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COPENHAGEN. 
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Ubfenbetfen of benne ^elt omotbeibebe UbgQt)e tuibe bet bære 
^figttoæ^fiet noget nærmere at gøre {Rebe for be foretape Soranbringer. 
^oob ber førft falber i £lj|nene er io, ot be bdnfle £>rb nn ere opftillebe 
i ^nengt alfobetift Orben iftebenfor, efter gammel ©tit, unber ^ot^eborbene. 
Sen gamle Orbning ^ar unægtelig et mere t^ibenftabetigt ZUfnit, tigefom ben 
ogfaa fparer en 2)e( ^lab^, men er bog utt)tt)(fomt inblommet i t»ore Orb« 
(øger, fain forbi bet bar faa nemt fimpett^en at følge i SRofbe^id gfobfpor, 
fyn§ bonfle Orbbog fetofølgeltg attib ^ar bannet ®runUaget for oore Orb« 
bøger fra S)an{I tt( fremmebe @prog. SRen, fom Sittré figer, ber bør gøred 
Sorfttf meSem nationale og internationale Orbbøger; i be førfte, fom ere 
oibenftabeUge iSærfer, er ben bertil ft)arenbe Orbning ogfaa paa fin $tab$; 
be Rbfte berimob bør i mine Zanler betragtet fom rent praftifle ^icApt- 
mibter, ^oor alt bør gøred for meb ftørft mutig Set^eb at lunne finbe, ^oab 
mon føger, og aQe anbre ^enf^n fcetted titfibe berfor. Og i benne ^enfeenbe 
Ion bet Del iRc nøfgteiJ, at ben gamle Orbning taber meget tilbage at ønfle, 
ibet man jæontig maa føge to eQer flere @teber, før man finber et Orb. 
ititm Ian f. dU. i en ^aft og meb IBeftcmt^eb ftge, om et Orb fom 
Sinbebom fla( føged unber SSerbet Sinbe eUer unber ©ubftantioet; og faa^ 
bonne Xilfætbe foretomme ftabig. gor Ublænbingen btioer SSanflelig^eben 
noturfigDii» (angt ftørre, for itfe at fige uooerlommelig. 2)en ftrængt alfa* 
betifle Orbning f^ned ogfaa at oinbe mere og mere Snbgang og er inbført i 
flere n^ere foenffe Orbbøger, og blanbt oore egne i @tdd og Sr^nitbfeni». 

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($or ^bertigere at (ette ©øgningen ^or |eg f^tx, i ftørre Ubfføæhting enb i 
forrige Ubgot)e, føgt at gennemføre en alfabetif! Drbning ogfaa inbenfor be 
længere SlrtiKer, nat^nlig t)eb ^iætp af $ræpofttioneme, og bet uben ^enf^n 
tt(, om bidfe ftoQ foran eQer efter Orbet, og i bet ^e(e meb mere ^enf^n tt( 
SelDem^eb enb tit (ogiji eQer t)ibenflabetig @tringend. 

St anbet $unft, ^t^ori benne Ubgat)e abfliSer fig fra ben tibtigere og 
fra anbre lignenbe Drbbøger, er bet ftørre ^enf^n, fom ^er (ogfaa i anbre 
^enfeenber enb ben ooenomtalte) er taget ti( Ubtænbingend Xaro. Den ftabig 
tiltagenbe 3ntere«fe, ber i ©nglanb og i anbre 2anbe tjifeg t)ort Sprog og 
oor Siteratur, f^ned at gøre gforbring ^erpaa. %xt ben Snbe ^ar ieg ot^eralt 
angioet Orbened Søjning og bered betoning, ^dordeb bog dcefentlig er taget 
^enf^n ti( ben banfle @))rogbrug; ben norffe ^ar nogte 9ft)igetfer, naDntig 
en ftørre Ubbrebetfe af gftertadet paa er og ftonjugationen paa -te; men 
biiSfe 9[ft)tgetfer ^at)e iffe opnaatt en faaban S^ft^eb, at jeg ^ar funnet tage 
^enf^n til bem. geg t^ilbe ogfaa gerne gennemgaaenbe ^at)e angit^et Ub« 
taten; men bette t)i(be ^aoe Iræt^et en altfor ufor^olbdmædfig $tabd, faameget 
mere fom bet i en 9Rængbe Xilfodbe, for iRe at fige be flefte, Dilbe ^aoe 
oæret nøbdenbigt at angide en bobbelt Ubtale (banft og norfi). gmiblertib 
er ber igennem SRcenteme og paa anbre SRaaber giort en S)e( ogfaa i benne 
^feenbe. 

Ubdibetfen er meget bet^belig, og bet ^at)be oæret min ^enfigt at gøre 
ben enbnu bet^beligere, nat^nlig Deb en ftørre 9Rcengbe telnifle Ubtr^f i for* 
jfcttige gag; men ba bet iffe ^ar »æret muligt for mig — fom for anbre 
til (ignenbe Strbejber — at opnaa offentlig Unberftøttelfe, og bet uben en 
faaban iffe t^ar min Sejtig^eb i nogen ftørre Ubftræfning at (ønne SReb' 
arbejbere, ^ar bet maattet opgioed. Igmiblertib turbe Sogen maaffe, fom ben 
er, tilfrebgftiCe rimelige gorbringer meb ©enf^n til Wig^olbig^eb; faalebe« 
pnbe« ber blot af banffe (og norffe) Drb, efter et løft Ot)erfIag, omtrent 
50,000 pere enb i forrige Ubgaoe, af ^oilfe en meget por S)el iffe tibtigere 
^aoe oæret optagne i nogen banft Orbbog. S)ette 8iefu(tat ff^Ibed, foruben 
ben felofølgelige »en^ttelfe af atte tr^fte ftilber, naonlig min egen i en 
Slceffe af «ar fortfatte ©amterdirffom^cb, og bemceft en fulbftænbig ®ennem- 
gaaelfe af be to berømte Samlinger: 3. fleoin« (paa bet Store kongelige 

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8t6(iotef) og Statdraab SoIUniS, ^Dillen fibfte ben ofbøbe forfatter tneb 
uforglemmelig SefoUj[e og SiberaKtet ooerlob mig ti( Sen^ttelfe i Stemmet, 
og ^oori jeg ^or funbet iRe Ubet, notynKg af tefnifTe Ubtr^f. Seoind Sam- 
linger, ber for en noget ætbre XibiS, og naonlig for bette 9(ar^unbrebed førfte 
^altbtli Sebfommenbe ere faa rig^olbige, inbe^olbe for^oIbiSt)id Sibet til bet 
fgcntligc 9lutib«f^)rog, f om jo er benne Drbbog« nærmefte Oenftanb; Ubb^ttet 
af (iknnemgaaeffen ^ar altfaa t)tt iRe oæret faa ftort fom paattgatt, men 
bog altib bet^betigt, og oæfenttig beftaaet i mere og minbre ficelbne og for« 
ælbebe Orb, Set^bninger og Xalemaaber; faabanne ^ar |eg nemlig troet at 
6urbe optage, naat be forefomme ^od bet nittenbe Slar^unbrcbe« f tore gor* 
fattere, om l^oid Sonning ber for Ubtcenbtnge lunbe btioe %aU; fra ætbre 
Zib enb bette !(ar^unbrebe er intet faabant optaget, unbtagen af ^otbergd 
fiomdrter og ^JJeber $aar8 — formentlig be encpe ©frifter fra ben lib, fom 
en Ubtenbing (et oilbe fatbe paa at ftnbere. Sigefom @^alefpeared @prog i 
Sieglen ftnbeiS repræfenteret i be engelffe Orbbøger, faalebed f^ned bet at oære 
en ret rimelig gforbring, at ben mere enb ^unbrebe 9(ar qngre ^olbergiS ille 
ganfte flal fa»ne« i en banfl. — SHaar jeg i bet goregaoenbe ^ar talt om 
irObtænbinge'' , faa tænler ieg bert)eb ifle ubeluSenbe paa (Engtcenbere; ba 
Senbflab ti( Sngelfl nntitbagd er faa nbbrebt ooeralt i Serben, ^ar jieg 
tænb mig, at benne 83og, nnber ben nuoærenbe SRangel paa en banfE 
Drbbog, ogfaa for anbre enb engelffe Sæfere funbe tjene fom SRøb^jcelp for 
en foaban. 

^Dab tr^fte ^Iber angaar, maa bet oære nol at fige^ at j|eg, foruben 
be i forrige Ubgaoe omtalte, fiffert ^ar benyttet alle be fenere ttltomne, 
§oorom ber lunbe ocere Xate. gfor ben ©agf^nbige er bet næften ooerfløbigt 
at fige, at jeg førft og fremmeft ^ar ^aft ooerorbentlig ftor Slette af 
6nttbb^g og SaruéU banft-norff— franffe Drbbog; bernceft ^ar ogfaa 
Sr^nilbfend engeIfE*norfte Orbbog git)et iffe libet Ubb^tte. 

Bogen» Omfang er bog iBe ooteet i gor^otb tit Uboibelfen» Størrelfe, 
ibet ber paa mange SRaabcr er inbfparct Pab«, faalebe» oeb Mfffaffelfe af 
en aRoengbe ooerfløbige gnterpunftiondtegn, og naonlig oeb Ubelabelfen af bet 
oMigate 3nfinitit)»ma?rfe to, ber enbnu, mcerfclig nof, ftabig gaar igen i oore 
engdffc Orbbøger og Særebøger, uben at bcr fan fe« nogen fornuftig SKcning 

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bermeb; tuærtitnob er benne 9rug DilDlebenbe, ibet ben (et txdttt ben Srore« 
{HQing, at 3i^nitik)dmærfet ftulbe oære mere nøboenbigt eller 6mge(igt i 
(Sngelfl enb i t)ort @)n;og, ^t)ab ber ingenlunbe er Xilfcdbet. 

5q)til 1888. 

X fttrfm. 

3)enne, trebje, Ubgade er efter forfatteren« ?)øb gennemfet af unbcr» 
tegnebe, ber ^ar foretaget nogle 9lette(fer, gjort en 2)e( Zilføielfer og bragt 
{Retffribntngen i Doerenaftemmetfe meb ben af Sultuamtnifleriet befatebc. 
©lulbe bcr finbe« enfclte ©maamangler i fibftnæonte ^enfeenbe, fl^Ibe« bet 
ncermeft ^enf^n til Sogen« norffe Del. 

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%, a H -er (BofiDoto og 92obe) A, a; f^at man 
foQt fi, maa man oafaa ftge O in for a penny, in 
for a pound; en %('St)b a soand of a; — abbr: 
%. = ?raT year, a. = anben, anbet, anbre other, 
othera. 

& ft. prp-. 10 å 12 (from) 10 to 12; 5 å 6 tttonet 
5 or 6 crowns; 4 ^b. å 2 ftr. 4 lbs at 2 crowns. 

t« c -et (small) river, rivulet, streamlet; 
mange Safte fmaa gør en flor 9a many a little 
makes a mtckle el. («e) muckle, little and often 
fills the purse. 

Xalen a (ogfaa Jlo) open; Jiff frank; (©ret», 
$otfc) open, unclosed, unsealed; {%9i) thin, 
sleazy; . ©ciab open el. undecked boat; -ne 
9me letters patent: -t (£nbo8fement blank 
ia'lorsement; - Sjenbe declared (professed) 
enemy; paa > @abe in the open street; unber 
• ^immel in the open air; -t Sib open el. loose 
bowels; i . Watt in the open field; meb - 
Wnnb open-mouthed, gaping; « $Iab9 (i Sttlft; 
a blank, labe «lob« ftaa - HI . . . leave . . . 
in blank; I^nd $(abd fiaar . his place is vacant; 
fobien ^oibe« . foe itam the place is reserved 
for him; .. SHeb open el. wild road; gomle -ne 
€aat old discharging wounds; -t Sporgdmaat 
open question, moot point; -ne Steber (i 3^rtj!, 
Sfrift) blanks, (t 9fen) holes, (t 6foben) clear 
spots, glades; -t ©oar a frank el. candid an- 
^er; . @0 the open sea, the offing; ^olbe 
't taffel keep an open house (el. table); -t 
^nbe open el. clear water; fooe for -t iBinbue 
Bleep with the window open; meb -ne gine 
with (my) eyes open; fige nt i en« -ne fojne 
tty something to one's fi&ce. — 9la6eit|Dar 
« manifest, evident, obvious, plain {^eraf from 
thiaj; floa - 6hifte do public penance; — ado 
- 6at(t) t bore evidently (ofo,); otbele« - on 
tbe file« of it. -tore vt reveal, disclose, discover, 
numifest, unfold, make known; • en en ^em« 
«Mlta^b reveal a secret to one; jeg ^ooet -t bit 
^)m I have manifested thy name; (9ub ec -t 
I tfb Qod was manifest in the flesh; ben -be 
Sdialon revealed religion; ^enen« (£ngef -be« 
\n l|ain there appeared unto him an angel of 
^Lord. - trr f i fl (I fijnilg Sfiffelfe) appear, (flae 
wn man er) nuike one's self known (for to). 
"••relfe e -t manifestation, unfolding; (XilfJjne« 
»nt) appearance; (fUinbeftjn) apparition, -hating 
< -tt rerelatton; «en Oo^anne«^ «.) the Revela- 
^ (of St. John), t -iarlig a & adv fe tat, 
'Mit -lek e openness; (3^ei«) thinness, sleazl- 

Btti; Jig franknees. candour, -mtxitt, -^jertig 

£«tfm: f>anf!<<llngelfl Oibbog. 



a open(hearted), frank, confiding. -IjierHg^eb e 
openheartedness, frankness, -t^bt ado loudly, 
audibly, -liyd a manifest, undisguised; adv 
-lijft openly, overtly, in the fkce of day; 
avowedly; (om ftort) face upward, -ntttnb blab, 
tattler, -tititnbet a babbling, tattling, -ntuttbtt* 
lyeb c talkativeness, garrulity, -ftaaenbe a open. 

%a'hnt vt (ogfoa Jh) open (for to); (poo ^oj' 
tibelig Vtoabe, inboie) inaugurate; ~ igen, paa ni) 
reopen; - en ?lare open cl. breathe a vein; - et 
IBoI meb lead off a baU with; ~ en a^ittit set up 
a shop; ~ en Qi^lb lance a boil; . et ^b (floa - 
bet op) unhead, (ftifle bet an) broach a cask; 
- fit éiwte fot en, open one's heart to one, 
unbosom one's self to one; . fit 6u« foe en, 
throw open one's house to one; - Sfben open 
(the) fire (mob on); Qnbgongen -« ftl. 7 doors 
open at seven; jeg ^ar -t ^em en ftonto i 
mine ©øget I have opened you an account on 
my books; - ©cfebernc, SKottj ! rear rank, open 
order! march - ftonfurrence om throw open to 
competition; Oi ^ooe -t ^r. 9( en ftrebit poo i)ere« 
feu« we have opened a credit on your house in 
iiivour of Mr. A; - et 2ig open el. dissect a 
corpse; — vr fig open (for to); , fig igen el. poo ntj 
reopen; — oaonenbe a aperient; . Wibbel 
aperient. 

Ka'iniita c -et openin|f; (^ul) aperture, hole; 
({ Sto\)) glade; (^ojtioeltg) inauguration; (Sfof) 
opening; (©tolgang) stool, dejection, motion (of 
the bowels); Jar bu gob - are your bowels 
regular? jeg ^at ingen . I am bound, constipated; 
l^an ^aobc - to ©onge the bowels were open 
twice. — Habitingdfbag day of inauguration, 
opening day. -fel^ inaugural banquet. •ffB\» 
tibefigfyeb ceremony of inauguration, -ntibbef 
aperient, -tale, opening el. inaugural speech e(. 
address. 

mbo n Abo. 

Éabo c -er a dweller by the river-side. 

t^taiob c compensation (e«p for decay). 

Ka'Ibreb bank of a river, riverside, -iriitt 
steep river-bank, -ftr^ii, fe -bteb. -bagger, fe -ho. 

^a'åitn n Aix-la-chapelle. 

Va'brje vt, -Ing, fe «ate, «otlng. 

Kabfel n -«let (bob ftcop) carcass; (toabben 
fttop el. toobbent ftob of ^ot) carrion; ^oot -«let 
et, bet ffulle ptnene fotfomle« wheresoever the 
carcass is, there will the eagles be gathered 
together. ~ 9Iabfel|agt{g a carrion-like, -(itte 
sexton-beeUe, Necropkoru9. -(ftnt, fe Sanbbjøtn. 
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bird, -gleittc carrion-hawk, Milvago leucuruM. 
-øraoer, fe -6tIIe. -grii Egyptian vulture, car- 
rion yulture, Nephron peretwpteru». -title car- 
rion pit, fla3ring-place. -I«gt carrion-smell. -)i(aitte 
stapelia. -flørt carrion-eating stork, -abett^e a 
St)c carrion-eater. 

tC«g n, W =, (ogfoa fto) yoke, (til Cffft) 
oxbow; (SOflit.) pier, pile- work; fpotnbe i -et 
yoke, put to the yoke; fp<enbe fro -et unyoke; 
Jiff bxinqe unber -et bring under the yoke.^oke. 
subjugate, subdue; affafte -et throw oflf the 
yoke. — 9la'a|beit zygomatic bone, cheek bone. 
-%i«tlU cross-beam, -ottitbeit a yoked (together), 
t tCage vt yoke; - af unyoke. 

Vager o usury; bribe . practise usury; lebe af 
. live upon usury. — 9lager|agtig a usurious. 
-førretntng usury, usurer's business, -gcrib 
money one owes to usurers, -tarl usurer. -Iøi> 
usury law. -rmte usurious interest, -fag case 
of usury. 

Vtf'gfri a unsubdued. 

Va'gre vi practise usury, lend money upon 
usury; jUff ^ meb fit $unb make the most of 
one's talents, put one's talent to usury; — vt 
• ^enge famnten amass money el. enrich one's 
self by usury, -i- Vagrer c -t, fe Kagerfarl. 

Ma'^Wpanh yoke, f. (Sti. to . f>lint two yoke 
of oxen, 'ipanhi a yoked. 

Vafy int (Sorø, 9Rifi6iaigeUe, S9fit) Oh! 0! 
(9orunbdng, Smerte) Ah! Oh I . (Øubl O dear! 
. ilfe anbetl pooh! . pijtl pshaw! . aib mig 
Sogen ! pray (Just) give me the nook ! give me 
the book, (if you) please ! .. lab bftte meb bet ! 
stop that, please! (el. will you!); . ^tr! I say! 
Look here I « ja rather; well ves. 

tfatanbe c -r (^bib) water-lily, Nywphcea; gul 
- brandy-bottle, Nuphar luteum. 

*1laterbatr arctic raspberry, Bubut areticuf, 

Val e 't tvp bodkin. 

«al c (i £^ombre) stake. 

Val e, pi mx (%i^ eel; (p. ^efl) spinal stripe; 
faa glat fom en • as slippery as an eel; t f^ani 
SUampn ^ang i . his stockings hung loose e(. 
in wrinkles; t gjm «I -, fe -e, t blibe tif - be 
made a fool of 

Valanbi^eme the Aland isles. 

Vale vt reduce el. call to naught. 

Valelbam eel-pond, -fangfl eel-flshing. -frbt 
eeloil. -gaarb eel-dam. -føoeb eel's head; Jiff 
blockhead. 

Valefe n bed of a river. 

Valejtifle eel-box, -trunk, -føne fe -fbabbe. 
-trage cormorant, Carbo comwranw. -tuaibe 
Oviparous blenny, Zoarctt vivtparw. -waage 
sea-gull, Laru» marinu». -ntaOe (a kind oO 
sheat-fif^h, Beterobrancku» anffuillarU. -WøbfY 
fe -toabbe- -|iabbe amphluma. -rttfe eel-weel, 
-pot. -ftinb eel-skin, -flabe fe -gaarb. -flovg 
eel-spear, -flaiigitittg eel-spearing. 'Sv^pt eel- 
soup, -tene fe -rufe. -tlib fe -frage. -naab net 
for catching eels. 

Va|Ub current of a river, f -nimb fe 9løl. 

*9lame c -er. fe fiatbe. 

Kamiiibe n mouth of a river. 

Vanb et spirit; (®jæ(j soul; (Sbsgelfe ofb.) 
spectre, ghost, phantom; (f^otilanb, 9eni) mind, 
intellect, intelligcfuce, genius; -en oa Vtaterien 
mind and matter; brn menneftelige * the human 
mind; ben beQige . the Holy Ghost, the Holy 
Spirit; gobe, onbe -et good, evil, spirits; en« 
gobe, onbe, . one's good, evil spirit; en uren . 
an unclean spirit; en SRanb af . a man of genius, 
of high intelligence; flore -et great minds; en 
ftttftig el. birtfom - a vigorous el. active mind; 
en o<)b»iet - a master-spirit; ftarfc -et strong- 
minded persons; Rebene, S^ætlig^ebenS . the 



spirit of peace, charity: Sh:iflenbommen«, Sproget« 
.. the genius of Christianity, of language; fiot>cn«, 
Xibenft ~ the spirit of the laws, of the time el. 
age; be falige -et the blessed spirits; -etneS %\mt 
(SRibnat) the ghostly hour (of midnight); ol9øine 
•en give up the ghost, expire; fe Kebebon, Sebenbe* 
g»te. 

Vanbe e breath; btage (fin) . draw one's breath; 
^olbe fin . hold one's breath; ilbelugtenbe . foul 
t\. rank breath; ^ani * lugtet ilbe his breath 
smells; be ffuHe omiomme for (Kub9 « by the blast 
of God they perish; bringe en i - draw one out; 
^olbe en i ~ keep one at it; ^olbe ^nVt i ~ keep 
attention on the alert; f omme i . become warm, 
warm to one's work; bote i . be inspired, be 
in, be in vein; fomme ti( . take breath, (igen) 
recover one's breath. Vanbe vt k vi breathe, 
respire; « bbbt draw a deep breath; . tungt gasp, 
pant; . ficebn breathe vengeance, pant for re- 
venge; « inb draw in, inhale, breathe; + . op 
recover one's breath; • paa breathe on; . fig 
mat draw a long breath. 

Vanbelagtig a ghostly, -befbirrgelfelexorcism. 
•befbirrgeY exorcist. 

Vanbelbrag, -broet breath, breathing, respira- 
tion; Itgge i bet fibfle . be breathing one's last, 
be at the last gasp; til flbfle . to the last gasp; 
bu truet og fmigtet i et og famme . you menace 
and court me at a breath, -bratftbefbottliglie^ 
fe -nøb. -bnrtSbebicgelfe respiratory motion, 
•brfftgfliflem respiratory system, -i- -|eKt«iii9 
inhalation. -Inl spiracle, stigma (pi stigmata 
el. stigmas), -nemt a asthmatic. 

Kattbelig a intellectual, mental, spiritual; 
ghostly; . Oetbbnina spiritual reuse; -e Oettagt* 
ninget religious mecUtations; -e ^nn intellectual 
el. mental faculties; « ^abet spiritual e(. ghostly 
fother; . 9»be intellectual food; -e (Øabet spiritual 
gifts; { . ^enfeenbe intellectually el. mentally; 
-t Bib spiritual life; . (gubelig, opbbggelig) IRunf 
sacred music; -e Sange sacred el. ddvine songs; 
•e 6!riftet riraitatet) religious, holy el. sacred 
tracts; ^ Zrøft spiritual el. ghostly comfort; -t 
IBfffen spiritual being, -g^re vt spiritualize. 
-|eb spirituality, ghostliness. 

Vanbelbb c aspiration. 

Kanbeliere opneumatology, doctrine of spirits, 
(om onbe Vanbrt) demonology. 

Vanbel«9 a breathless, out of breath, -leb c 
breathlessness. 

Vanbelwaiier o -e coi^urer, necromancer. 
-manittg o necromancy. 

Vanbelwitfrier respiratory mtisdes Vaiibeii e 
breathing. t(aiibe|it4b dyspnoea, difficulty of 
breathing, 'puft breath, t & * -tfufleii a breath- 
less. -rebfYab respiratory organ. 

Vanbelrtge fe -betben. 

Slauber^r pi tracheæ, air-vessels. 

Kattbelrtfl ghostly e(. spectral voice, spirit 
voice, -feet, -feerfte visionary ghost-seer. 

Vanbeftant foul breath. 

Kanbelftenmte spectral voice. -J^n vision, 
apparition, -ftbtt spiritual sleep, -time ghostly 
hour, witching time, -trø spiritualism, -ncrben 
invisible world, ghost-world. 

KaMbfitlb a fe «aanbtig. «aiibig a spiritual, 
spirituous. 

Vanbing e breathing. 

VanblU» a spiritless, shallow, stultifying, 
dull, prosaic, insipid. -USI^eb e shallowness, 
dulness, insipidity, -rig a clever, highly in- 
tellectual, brillant, ingenlous. -rigl^eb o -er, 
cleverness, brilliancy; (concr) clever saying, 
flash of wit, conceit. 

t(a«bd|aii(<cg pi abilities, parts, -attflreitgeife 
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ezhaiuitiiig. -tntniht mental work, intellectual 
work el. labour, -«riftotrati Intellectual aristo- 
cracy, -tnnøb fe -fattigbom. -kebraf self-delu- 
tlop. -iejlagtet a congenial; c congenial ef. 
kindred spirit + -»ef»»itiiiø fe -f»be. -baviteffe 
mental el. Intellectual cultivation el. culture, 
dfedpline of the mind, -kaai spiritual baptism. 
-temieitbe a cultlyating, educating, -bannet a 
cultivated, -bligtig a capable, able-minded. 
-^M^0l>^ mental capacity, -egen flab mental 
qnality. -etittc (mental) faculty, -fattig a poor, 
empty, dull, -fattlgbøm Intellectual poverty. 
-lørlabt a shallow, -førlabtl^eb shallowness. 
•ffrwaal intellectual object, -førnt^rteffe be- 
nightednefs. -fømagteffe materialism, -før* 
■«gter materialist, -førnøbenl^eb intellectufd 
want. før1l%rrelfe, -førfllirret fe -fortrfttinø, -for- 
»irtet. -f ørtonreffe bihl vexation of spirit, -før» 
iffrcnbe a stultifying, tiresome, -fømlrretolorazy, 
insane, distracted, -førnirring crazlnesss, insan- 
ity, derangement, -fø^er production (of the 
mind) creation, lucubration, -fraøarelfe absence 
of mind, abstraction, preoccupation. -fra> 
tietenbe a absent (in mind), absent-minded, ab- 
stracted, preoccupied; et - S9IiI a vacant stare; 
Nn er tit . he has firequent fits of absence. -freni> 
Mngelfe fe fofier. -fri a free in mind, -fribeb 
mental d. Intellectual freedom el. liberty, -frifl 
a of a sound mind, -ftifl^eb soundness of mind. 
-frønibe congenial spirit, -franbftab congeni- 
illty (of mind), -flflbe richness of intellect. 
-f«ile fe -frænbe. -fibe intellectual el. mental 
fbod e(. nourishment mind-food, -gabe? pl 
parts, mental endowments, -bobbing master- 
spirit, -ibrat Intellectual pursuit, -inbffbbelfe 
inspiration. -larfl a sane, -flar a clear-headed. 
•Ilarbeb a clear head, -traft mental power el 
energy, -traf tig a strong-minded, of vigorous 
mind, -trebling Idiot, -«b intellectual el. 
mental life. -libfig a agile-minded, vivacious. 
•libligbcb vivacity. -magt spiritual force. 
-møben a ripe, mature, -ntøbenbeb 'intellect- 
nil) maturity, -nurte spiritual darkness, -nbbelf e 
Intellectual enjoyment, -ncrring food for the 
mlBd, fe -f»be. -nirrbiereffe presence of mind, 
Mlf-possession. -nirrbirrettbe a ready-witted, 
self-possessed, quick in emergencies, -øtiløfteffe 
elevation of mind, -øbl^ftenbe a elevating (the 
mind), exalting, -øbetlegen a sovereign, -øner* 
legenbeb superiority of mind, -brøbnit fe -fofier. 
•yrcg intellectual character, -renting bias, tend- 
ency; bent of the mind, -rø tranquillity of 
mind, -florgiftab congeniality, congenialness. 
-|tn a idiotic, Imbecile, obtuse, -ftabelfe stupe- 
fhction, hebetation. -ftabenbe a stupefying. 
•fUnbeb idiocy. Imbecility, -fmibig a versatile. 
•faibig^eb versatility. -Hemning fe -tiiflanb, 
-isrbeb greatness of mind, -ftbrle strength of 
mbd, fbrtitude. -fibrteitbe a invigorating (the 
mind), -^ivrt fe -troftig. -fbag a feeble-minded, 
imbecile, weak of mind, -fnageonftolt asylum 
for fanbeciles. -fnagbeb imbecility, weakness of 
mind, -fbirttelfe mental debility, -tilftanb state 
of mind, -trang intellectual craving, -tnong 
mental restraint, -nbbbtte intellectual profit. 
-ibbifling mental development, -nirlf øm a men- 
taUy active, -birffømbeb mental activity, -ncrrl 
fe -Mer. -biring manifoHtation of the mind. 

Var n pi i=. year, twelvemonth; et ^Ibt « 
dx months; forrige . last year; ^bert anbet ^ 
every two years, every other year; - og J)og jur 
a year and a day. p (lang Zib) an age; ^an er 
iRe tl)t)e . he is not twenty, he is in his teens; 
ab e n«fle - next year; f ^og ob -re this day 
twelremontb; -et eftet next year; for mange 
. fiben year« ago; - for - fro - til - year by 



year, annually, yearly: i - this year; i to - for 
two years; ^an ec i fine bebfte ~ he is in the 
prime of life, in the flower of his age, p in 
his prime; bet giber fig meb . that will come 
with the years; mellem ^ og %aQ in the course 
of a year; om -et a (per) year, per annum, per 
ann. om et . in a year; f $ag om et . this day 
twelvemonth: . om anbet every year on an 
average, (taking) one year with another; ^an et 
ober ti)be ^ he is above twenty, he Is out of his 
teens; loegge . til enft Wbet give one a new 
lease of Ufe; til -i advanced in years; et to -4 
9axn a two years old child; to -8 @tttbent student 
of two years^ standing; tre -8 ftngfttjenefte three 
years or military service. — Va'r|bøg year-book, 
(KardfTrift) annual, -b^ger annals. -bøgSførfatter^ 
•boo^flriber annalist. 

*«ia'rbnt c chub LeueiseM eephalut. 

Vore -r (i fiegeme, Slobe ofb. og M vein; 
($uI8>) artery; ben aijlbne . the hemorrhoidal 
vein, the piles, the hemorrhoids. Vare vi & vt 
(92al.) grain. 

Kare c -r (ti! ot ro m:b) oar, (minbre, til at 
^olbe en 1 ^bec ^aanb) scull; rrife -me toss the 
oars; tratte paa -me pull el. tug at the oar; lægge 
-me inb el. op unship the oars; lægge -me ub ship 
the oars; fiff lagge aue -r omborbe el. ub leave no 
stone unturned. — Vorejboanb fe -ftrop. 



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betøntbeife phlebitis, -blnbfel compress. 



-brnb rupture of a vein. 



brøt varicocele. 

brag fe -tag. 

tt(b a tall of veins. 

gaffel crutch, -greb oar-handle. 

binbe choroid, -betonbeifc choroiditis. 

Voretlombc rowlock-chock. 

Vare|fttttbe varix, varicose vein, aneurism. 
-tørttting tying of veins. 

Vorelobe vt bleed, let blood, blood, phleboto- 
mize; labe fig • have one's self bled, -binb 
bandage, -bcrtten, -tob blooding-basln. -fcrrn 
fleam, lancet, -fnebper lancet. Vorelabning c 
-et letting of blood, bleeding, bloodletting, 
phlebotomy, venesection. VorelabningiSar bleed- 
ing-mark. 

Voreiong a of (several) years; beb -t Vrbejbe by 
the labour of years. 

Vorejløm, -lømme loom (of an oar). 

Voremool term of years; ^orpoater poo ~ tenant 
at will; forpagtning paa langt -. long lease. 

Vorejpinb fe -tol. -ploften c splashing of oars. 

VorelpreSfe tourniquet, -rig fe -fulb. 

Voreftib galley el. ship with oars, -flog stroke 
of an oar. 

Vorefprøntgt a veined, veiny. 

Voreftrop oar-grummet. 

Vorelfbttlft thrombus, (^ulSoare-) aneurism, 
-fbftem venal el. arterial system. Varet a 
veined, veiny. 

Voreltog stroke; ^olbe .. keep stroke, -tøl 
thole, row-pin. 

♦Vo'retie c -t wedge, treenail wedge, fox-wedge; 
— vt wedge. 

Vorelbingebe, -binger pl membrane-winged, 
hymenopters. 

Vorebrø adv el. i . for years. 

*-Va'rfttgl grouse pi black game, Tetrao 
tetrix. 

Vo'rføfge chronological order, -gommel m a 
year old, of one year, -gong (af XibSfftift) annual 
series el. set, year's course, year's file; (of «or«« 
ftrift) annual publication; t crop (of the year). 
*-gang§!b«rtt mill with plenty of water all the 
year round, ^'-gongfbonb perennial supply of 
water, -grøn a evergreen. *-aøntgeIig a peren- 
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Va'rfyitttbrcbe n century; engang i bet 9be - 
sometime in the ninth century el. in the eig:ht 
hundreds Var^itnbrebflif tet the commencement 
of the new century. 

*9la'rlMiite fc Urfiøne. 

faring c -et yearling; pl years, seasons. 

Xarinø c (9RaI.) graining. 

Xa'rtof prov ie Urbane. 

Ha'rlang fe Sarelang. 

%å'xU adv (+ a) early ^in the morning). 

ttn'rliø a yearly, annual; —ado (t -Ilflen) yearly, 
annually. -aarS t & * ado every year. VorHttj 
c -er yearling. 

%a't\matte fe -ring, -(icitge annuity, pension. 
+-rifl a rich in years. -ri«(| circle, yearly ring 
(of a tree), •rcrtfe series of years. 

Sla'ffaa e -er cause, reason, occasion; af toiSfe 
-er, for m«fe -et8 ©!blb for certain reasons; of ben 
- for that reason, on that account; af ^oab . Tom 
ban ilTe? what was the reason for his not coming ? 
0t»e - HI give occasion for; -en tit at the cause 
why; bar »ceret « til at has heen (the) cause of; 
ingen . no matter, all right, you are quite 
welcome, no thanks required; uben .. without 
cause, a causeless. +9[arf«(|Clig a causal, causa- 
tive. ^SlarfageUgfyeb c causality. 

^arfagS t @mf. causal. ^ -begreb idea of cause, 
-binbeori fe -loniunftion. -førl)olb relation of 
CAuse, causation, -fornt causative voice. -lon- 
Innttiott causal conjunction, -foettting causal 
proposition. 

9a'rd|QitgibeIfe: mangier .. bears no date of 
the year, -arbejbe year's work, -barn infant (of) 
a year old; toi ere -børn we are of the same age. 
-beretttittg annual report. -biUetter pi annuals. 
•bag anniversary; f (rlrøbfelØO birthday, -feft 
annual festival, -gammel a a year old. -gr^be 
produce of a year, a year's crop. 

Sla'rftifte return of the year, new year. 

Va'rdlUn annual el. yearly wages. -m«be 
annual meeting, 'pvettt annual examination, 
-regning bill for the year, yearly account. 
•regn flab vearly el. annual account, -flifte fe 
«far-, -ffrlft annual, -finb year's growth, shoot, 
-tat year, date, -lib time of the year, season 
(of the year); be fire -ec the four seasons, -nnge 
yearling; fiø bon er ingen . he is no chicken. 
-oarig of one year's duration, -ixrfdt crop. 

ila'rti n -et decennary, t-tlb anniversary day. 
•tttfinbe millennium. 

tta'rbaagen a vigilant, watchful. -|eb o vigil- 
ance, watchfulness, wakefhlness. 

fla'r*bei crop of a year. -Hiå adv el. i - by 
the year. *-»tt a giving a good crop every 
year, unfailing. 

9la9 c -e (*et)j ridge; beam. 

tia'fteb n -et yur place of perpetration, spot 
in question, locus in quo. — Vaftebdl befaring, 
•førretning, -nt«be local inquest, -fag lawsuit 
requiring a local inquest. 

ttafbn n face, visage, countenance; for dJubS . 
in the face, sight, presence of God; bott fto mit 
> out of my sight; blib, biftet of . mild el. fierce 
looking. 

Vafcrbe n jttr residence; place of residence. 
Xaf «bedret right of residence t. e. right (belonging 
generally to the eldest son) of remaining in pos- 
session of the estate at a low price. 

*9lat food of fishes (small shrimps etc.); 
(nobntig paa $ift) parasitic insects. 

*^9iatt n bait, lure (for beasts of prey); food 
of fishes. 

*91abirle tft cut down (timber). 

Vb' mere f. StS. Seoetttan . S^tiftianio codliver- 
oil a Christiania. 



Vbanbon' [ft.] c ^ aban'doiunent; fia- 
-ne're vt aban'don. 

Vbbeb -et ab'bot. -l n -et ab1>ey. -iå'fe c 
•x ab'bess. +-(ig c abbat'ical. 

Vbbrebilatio'n c -et abridgment, abbrevla'tion. 
-e're vt abridge, abbre'viate. -c'ring c fe -ation. 

9ihc' -et (Wfabet) abc, alphabet; (©og) abc- 
book, spelling-book, hornbook, primer; åg tlie 
first rudiments, -barn abcda'rian. -bog fe 
«be. 

ttbberit' c -er Ab'derite, Abder'itan. -ifl a ab- 
de'rian. nonsensical. 

ttbbilce're vt & i ab'dicate. -tatio'« e abdlca'- 
tlon. 

Vbbnt'tor c (SlufCel) abductor. 

Vbe c -t monkey, (mefl fiø) ape (i Sool- ^ ciP® 
pitecii9, monkey ttmia); ^ mizenstaysail. Vbe 
eftet vt mimic, ape. — Vbe|agtig a apish, monkey- 
like, -anflgt monkey face, -art species of 
monkejrs. -btomft mimulus, monkey-flower. 
-br^btr« baobab, Adawonia digitata. -rgtril 
aye-aye, Cheirompt mad iffcucarienns. -ffttå fe 
-anflgt. -bn9 monkey-house, -fat monkey; fiff 
(C^f tetabet) ape, jackanapes; F tboele -ten wet 
one's whistle, -tatteri' n buffbonery. -lattefhreg 
monkey trick, -lattebftfen whimsical manners. 
-Icrrlig a doting, -fftrtig^eb doting love. 

9lbeImofI'n9 c musk-seed, amber-seed, HibUeu» 
abelmonchwt. 

9lbe|uober pi monkey tricks, -(ilntfdier monkey 
•pincher, Cani« grvphuv. 

ttber [t.] n bet et et ^ betbeb there is a but, a 
difficulty. 

9Iberi' n aping. 

Vberratio'n e aberra'tion. 

SbeSfi'nien fe 9(bb3{lnien. 

9lbe|f)»il, -ftreger pi foolery; bribe ~ meb make 
fun of. -nnge young monkey. 

tibitb e apple-tree, Pyrn» malut. -gaarb or- 
chard, -graa a dapple-gray. 

-i-Vbilbn'n fe Øppelfln. 

«bia't fe Oblat. 

Vblatii» c the ablative (case). 

«blet'te c fe Søiet (^fif!). 

SIbnorw' a abno'rmal, abnormous. -ite't c -et 
abno'rmity. -flolc school for defective children. 

Vbolitionift' c -et abolitionist, -iff a aboli- 
tionist. 

Vbonnelment' n -et subscription, -mentftaften 
subscription night. -ttentdbiOet season-ticket, 
pass-ticket, ^æmb. annual ticket, -ntentgiifle 
list of subscribers, -nt' c -et (paa 8(ab, Xeatet) 
subscriber; (øaa ^otl^flelfeftlleb, ^^atnbane o. I.) 
season-ticket-holder; (vaa ©pifeloattet) contractor. 
-'re vi subscribe (^paa to); (p. Splfefbattet) con- 
tract; ~ paa et Seiebtbliotef suscribe to a circu- 
lating library; -t 8oge private box; ieg ^at -t 
I have a private box el. seats in a private box. 
I am a subscriber (to the theatre); I have a 
season-ticket. 

Vborre c -t perch, Perca. -groed pond-weed, 
Potnmoøeton. 

SIbort' c -et miscarriage, abo'rtion. -e're vi 
miscarry, have an abortion. 

«brifo'd fe «prifo«. 

tibrob c southernwood, Ariemina abrokinum. 

Xbrns'éerne the Abruzzi. 

Kbfente're cr fig absent one's selC 

iLhfinttt' c wormwood, absinthium; (Sitften) 
absinthe, bitters (absinthiated spirits). 

9lbfoI|nt' a absolute; ado absolutely; perforce, 
needs; ban bit . goa he insists upon going. 
•ntio'n e absolu'tion. -ntid'nte c ab'solutism. 
•ntift' c -et ab'solutlst. -ntiflifl « absolutistic. 
•be 're vt absolve; . fin (Sftemen pass one's exa- 
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«*f»»Hf re vt abso'rb. •c'riiig c abso'rptlon. 

VUtrallC're vt abstract', -tf a ab'stract; adv 
in the abctiact. -t'ttt pi (Orgel; ab'stracts. 
-tHø'v e -er abstraction, abstract thought. 

Mfirk' a absurd. -Ite't c -er absur'dity. 

9»99fi'iiiieit n Abyssin'ia. -ier c -e -IcHiike 
c -t, -i^i a & n Abyssln-'ian. 

tnri'oKiu^ cashew nut. 

MM Ahab. 

%^to'pfitl Ahlth'ophel. 

Xi|«'|cr c 't, -ifl a Achæan; bet -e Sfor^unb 
ibe AchflBan League. 

l^i't [ft.] the lead; (sgoe . lead (off). 

lb PTP to, towards, along, by; at; . ^øjre, 
Mnflit, to the right, left; . ben Qei by the road; 
\t% tej^ HI S • ^ I went to A by the way of D; 
^ei . feien along the road; ^ . to flax near 
Oyj two years; ben . tlften towards evening; 
tab . Hattn, Sinbuet in at (el. by; the door, 
window; lang* . along; neb . down; op . 
up; op . ^^en in the course of the day, op . 
Sagaen against the wall; rejfe ^ Sonbon til go 
London way; bet Ugger . 9io«ti(be til it stands 
towards Roeakilde; goo . ^elbebe til go to the 
deril, be hanged (to you); . (Vangen at a time; 
fe Har, Snile o. fl. — adv fe ^»re, €p»rge, 6e. 

tb<tt Ad'am; ba . groo, og (hm fpanb, ^bor 
(onbteS ba en wbelnanb when Adam dolve and 
Ere span, who was then the gentleman. — 
fikamålfi^t» fe Sanan. -naal yucca. Yucca 
gioriota. »fkåp caper spurge. Euphorbia latkyrU. 
•fn son of Adam. -Irir Adam's wood (Zræfort), 
fe •^. 'ahU Adam's apple (ogfaa (Sitronen). 

9bcit|e're vt call, summon, -atiø'n o sum- 
mons. 

tV'btlirb c gesture; fe «bfærb. 

tbbirre vt add, cast up. -e'riiig, -itie'n c 
addit'ion. -itiøMdfiline example el. exercise 
el. sum in addition. -itionStegn sign of ad- 
dition, plus. 

flbel c (ogfaa fio) nobility; af . of noble birth. 
->«tteii, -pi^rbia, -f^bt o noble-bom. -^efte pi 
trae horses. Sbelig a noble, titled; be -e the 
nobles -t Qlob« nobleman's estate; -t £ebn feoff 
noble tVbeltUnet blue anemonia, Anemome 
htpatica. 

Sb(t8|ire» patent of nobility, -il^rb noble 
descent. -b««e, -frtie lady of title, noblewoman. 
-frøtoi nobleman's daughter, unmarried lady of 
noble rank, -gal mad about nobilitv, mad 
after a handle to his name, -gøbd nobleman's 
estate. -Inrte nobleman. ;;feevteb«niiiic power 
ri. rule of the aristocracy, tibrlflali n nobility. 
9bcl§|te|N caste of noblemen, -wagt fe -^erre« 
bfmme. -wmib nobleman, -wmblg joe lordly, 
•«anil x>oble name, -niitler aristocratic preten- 
sions, •pmitni fe -breo. -prirg stamp of nobility. 
•regifirr (book of the) peerage, -fflølb escutcheon, 
coat of arms, -flirgt noble family, -fløltlieb pride 
of birth, aristocratic pride. Sbelftanb nobility. 
«beUjtitel title (of nobUity). -ttirlbc fe -berre' 
bomne. -»H-iKrlkii a aristocratic. 

Sbeiit' e -er adept. 

V^forrb € (Opførfel) conduct, behaviour, de- 
meanour; (^nblemaabe) proceeding(s); unber . 
cftei £o»en at the risk of a legal execution, (he 
win be dealt with according to law). 

V'bgaug e -e Onblobelfe) admittance, admis- 
lion; (Xilgang) access, approach, avenue; faa . 
gain admittance, be adimtted; jeg fif iffe . I was 
not permitted to enter; let . til at (great) facil- 
ities for -Ing; oanffelig at faa . til difficult of 
•coev; )eg fiat ingen . til at I have no oppor- 
tamty of, eetafing af en Spaing giber . til a fee 
of a shilling wlU pass the visitor to; . HI ftøflen 
Qie of kl^en. - «Ugaitg»|tcrettigelfe fe ret. 



-etftoiHeii entrance examination, (beb Uniberfitet) 
matriculation examination. -lørtticketel. voucher 
of admission. -pri9 entrance-money, admission 
fee. -ret right of admission, admissibility, -til' 
(obelfe adnussion. 

Vbim' Ifr.] good-bye. 

Adjee'to: contradictio in • contradiction in 
terms. 

Vb'icttiP n -er adjective; font . adjectively. 
-if! a adjective, adjectival; adv adjectively. 

flbiMbant' fe «biutant. 

Mbmnøerc vt give as an assistant. 
. Vbfttnlt' c -er assistant teacher (of a public 
grammar school). 

tfbittfte'r»<rrt drawing-bench. 

8lb|tttaitt' c -er ad'Jutant (ogfaa fuglen, Lepto- 
ptito9 argali^), aid (-de-camp). 

Vb'jnøaitd H, méd adjuvant. 

«b|0d F fe «bieu. 

«btøwfl c -er (eteb) access; (9iet) title, right, 
claim; ^avt gob • HI have a good claim (etc.) 
to; meb ^oilfen - gør 5De . . . ? what right have 
you to . . . 'http, -bølttwent titie-deed, muni- 
ment. 

Vble vt ennoble, nobllitate; knight. Vbling c 
ennoblement, nobilltation; knighting. 

Vbl^be vt obey, yield obedience to; ifte . dis- 
obey; man bør ~ 9ub mere enb Vlenneffene we 
ought to obey (jod rather than men. 

tfbmiiiifirlatiø n o administration. -aH'b a 
admin'istrative, administe'rial. -a'tør c -ato'rer 
trustee, administrator, -e're vt admin'ister; -nbe 
director acting manager. 

Vbmlra'l c -er admiral (ogfaa 6nene og Som- 
merfugl); 4/ canvas- bucket, -ttt'be e -r admiral's 
wife; $ru . 8 Mrs. Admiral B. -ite'tct n the Ad'mi- 
ralty. -ite'tdffttg Admiralty flag, -ite'lfrct court 
of Admiralty. Admiralty court, -åflag Admiral's 
flag, -flak ad'miralship. -fHi Admiral's ship. 

nbmitie're vt admit'; ~ paa nl) readmit. 

tibølf Adol'phus. 

Vbø'itlid ^ birds' eye. -ifl a adoni'c; - »er« 
adonic (verse). 

tlbøpt|e're vt adopt', -r'riiig e, -iø'u e adop'- 
tion. -i'libani adopted el. adoptive child, -i'p- 
faber adop'tive ftither. 

Vbøttcere vt soften, temper. 

Vbredflont c -er mere adres'ser. -a't c -er 
addressee, person addressed, (Sabningft) con- 
signee. 

Vbred'fe c -r address, direction; . ^r. 91. 91. 
(to the) care of Mr. N. N.: beførge efter -n for- 
ward as per address, -abid advertiser, -løg 
directory, -breb letter of convevance. -bebat 
debate on the Address. -Ialf«ber fe -bog. -føntør 
advertising office, -re vt address', direct, (Sfib, 
»arer) consign, -febbel card of address. 

Vbrianø'pel n Adrianople. 

«briaterbabet bet abriatiffe ^ab the Adriat'ic. 

Vbrat' a nimble, agile, active, smart. 

9l'b{lia|c vt part, separate, divide, sever, dis- 
unite; cAem decompose ; (ftelne imeQem) distinguish, 
discriminate; - fig (afbioe) differ; -« part, sepa- 
rate, part company, -elig a separable, divisible; 
distinguishable, -eligbeb c separability, divisi- 
bility, -elfe c -r separation, disjunction, dis- 
union, schism; distinction, discrimination, -elfeft* 
tøntralt contract of separation, -'ig a consider- 
able, no little (t fe ftorfteflig); -e pi, a several, 
divers, various, sundry, • not a few people; -t 
several things; i g(t) adv rather, not a little. 

tl'bfbUtte vt scatter, disperse, dissipate, break 
up, (^cer) rout. -Ife c scattering, dispersion, 
dissipation, upbreak. 

Vbfbrejbe vt disperse, scatter, dissipate; fig 
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c scattering etc, dissipation, dispersion; distrac- 
tion; (^ocliiflelff) diversion, recreation, relaxa- 
tion; -r amusements; bibi fom ere i -n which are 
scattered abroad, -bt a scattered etc; fig absent, 
abstra^cted; . liggenbe scattered, straggling, -bt' 
IfCb c absence of mind. 

VbflMirge vt ask, interrogate; (raabfpørge) con- 
sult. -Ife consulting. 

Vbftabig a staid, steady, sedate, sober, -^eb 
c staldness, steadiness. 

Vbfhriiige'reitbe a astrin'gent; .. SRibbel astrin- 
gent. 

Vbtmrle vt warn, caution (om^ mob of, against); 
(paaminbe, formane) admonish; lab big • take 
wuiiing; — -en be a admonitory, cautionary; 

- Crb word of caution. -fe( c -flee, warning, 
caution; admonition; (lotoformeltgt forfqnbt) letters 
monitory; lab bette tjene big til . take this as a 
warning. 

Vbbeitt c Advent. — Vboeittdltirabiteti Advent 
sermon, -f^nbag Sunday in Advent, -tibeit i ~ 
during Advent. 

Vbtier'b|ittitt n -ier ad'verb. -ia% Aa'tft a 
adverbial; i alt a<<c adverbially. 

Slbuerd' fe Utoetd. 

9lbbi'i^ c mere advice, -('re fe Koifere. 

Rbtiota't c -er barrister, counsel, lawyer, ad'- 
vocate; -erne (loHettiot) the counsel, (fom Stanb) 
the bar. -ftanbeii <le/ the bar. -n't c ad'vocate- 
shlp. 

«birtba't a ad'equate. 

tCf prp; — bif: a\ en ^ænbelfe by chance. 
accideataUy; !enbe en af 9laon know one by 
name; SneDfer af $rofeiSfion a joiner by trade; 
gobmobig af fig good-tempered by nature, natu- 
rally good-tempered; af bete« Ubfeenbe tunbe man 
tto by (el. from) their looks it might be believed; 
(Ungelfl Orbbog af SSebfier English dictionary by 
W.; (oeb $agftto): gjort af en @tt«bber made by a 
tailor; ban agted af enboer he is respected by 
every one; jeg ^ar ^øxt fige af @øfott I have 
heard It said by sailors; — /on af mange @ninbe 
for many reasons; ban Deb meget af en IBonbe at 
bære he is well informed for a peasant; —from : 
jeg ^ac ^ørt bet af min @øfter I have heard it 
from my sister (I have been told so by my 
sister); erfare af learn from (el. of); (ibe af suffer 
from; flutte af conclude ftom (o. fl.); bet er Hart 
af it is evident from; of gfrtjgt for from fear of; 
af giøbbenbigbcb from necessity; — in: af ©a!»t 
©tjorrelfe, Var in stature, size, years; en af bun* 
brebe one in a hundred; bet er roSocerbigt af Sem 
it is praiseworthy in you — of: to af bem two 
of them; en af bem fom one of those who; of 
^igtig^eb of importance; a)2anb of gfotftonb man 
of sense; i ftroft of by el. in virtue of; beb ^jælp 
of by means of (o. fl.) gjort, bygget of %TCt made, 
built, of wood; ftonge of Sanmart king of Den- 
mark; Sere« ©reo of brn lObe your letter of 
the 10th; en Ben of mln Rober a friend of my 
fJEither's; of fig felb of one s self, of one's own 
accord, spontaneously: — off: bjælp« «n of if^to 
help one off his horse; baft @æben of bit unjigt 
wa^ the soap off your (kce; — on : blioe feb af 
fatten on; gore fig tit of plume one's self on 
(0. fl.); afpangig of dependent on el. of; fern af 
bunbrebe (i wente) five on the hundred; of ben 
Q^ninb on that account; — out of: langt of Bejen 
far out of the way; ni of tl nine out of ten; of 
Sortoiolelfe out of desperation; — <o: en Sen, 
§jenbe, Slobe of (fig) a friend, enemy, slave, to; 

— with: of ganRe éjerte with all my heart; røb, 
fort (ojb.) of rea, black with; ^olobøb of Xrat^eb, 
Sattcr half dead with fatigue, laughter; — (fc 
bcSuben »erber, «bjeltioer og Subftontioer forbunbne 



meb of): — ado fro føtfl of ftom the first; fra 
Sam of from a child: fro neben of ttom the 
t>ottom, from below; fro ooen of from the top, 
from above; ban bil (blibe) of meb he wants to 
be rid of; of og til off and on, now and then, 
frt>m time to ame; of meb gattene! hats off; 
bære of be off, * be broken; goo of go el. get 
off, * go to pieces; fiavom goor of the colour 
rubs off. 

Vfarbfjbe vt pay off by work. 

Vfort c -er variety. 

il'fboloitcerc vt balance. 

V fbantle vt beat out; (en) beat soundly, 
cudgel, thrash, -nitta o, -er thrashing, dnibbingr ; 
en otbentig ^ a jMund drubbing. 

9l'fBarI|e vt bark, decorticate, strip off the 
bark of; -et stripped of the bark, bark-bared, 
bark-stripped, -ning o -er barking, decortication. 

9'fbebe vt (^ocfeelfe) ask el beg pardon for; 
(noget onbt) deprecate, beg off, avert by prayers; 
(enj recall an invitation to; ctfbeb bine ^orfeelfec 
bo8 bam ask his pardon for your offences. -Ife 
c deprecation. 

«fbefoite fe «ffolCe. 

*9lfbeite vt graze off. 

9lfBettl)tte vt have the use of; babe -t have 
done with. -Ife c use. -Ifedret right of using. 

V'fbeftinie vt countermand, -inn c -er counter- 
mand, counterorder. 

V 'f letalle vt pay off; (afgøre) liquidate, -{nø 
c -er paying off; coner part-payment, install- 
ment; liquidation, discharge; mobtoge nt paa . 
take St on account, by anticipation el. in part- 
payment; tøbe et $ianoforie paa • buy a p. on 
the hire system. 

K'fbetle fc «ftlgge. 

Vfbebifle vt disprove, refute. -lig a disprov- 
able, refutable, -nittg c disproof, reftitation. 

»'fbilbe vt bite off. -bt a ^ abrupt. 

Vfbibflte vt unbridle, -ling o unbridling. 

Vfbigt e apology; gøre . apologize (boS en 
for to one for). 

tt'fbUjbe vt (SiOebb) form, firame, model; 
(9Wol. og fig) portray, delineate, draw, picture. 
-bning c -er representation, drawing, draught, 
delineation, (tun conor) picture. -Icbe n, -r 
image. 

t('fbinb|e vt bind; (»orte o. I.) tie off; (lømmer) 
trim; . et ^u8 join the timberwork of a house, 
put up the framework of a house, -ing e bind- 
ing etc. -ingSliIabd ground for Joining timbers. 

tCfbloble vt pluck, strip off the leaves of. 
-ttiitQ c plucking etc. 

9'fblonlle vt polish, burnish; fe Slante of. 
-nitta c, yfa cleaning out. 

Vfblelge vt bleach out, fade; — vi fade; — 
-get a discoloured, (ogfao fig) fkded. 

-fVjbletiett » blcoen of, fe ©lioc. 

9l'fbiømftr|e vi shed the blossoms; (biftne, 
folme) fade, wither, decay; ben bar -et it has 
done flowering; en -et ®tøn^eb a faded beauty. 
-ing c &ding, withering, decay. 

9l'fbl«f|e vt blow off; . en ftanon scale (el. 
blow off) a gun; — vi cease blowing, -ning c 
blowing off. 

Vfbltrdttingftla^paratblow-offapparatus.-tran 
blow-off cock. -r«r blow-off pipe, -bentil escape 
-valve. 

Vbøwnte vt take down from the loom. 

91'fbøne vt fe Sone. 

91'fbooe vt unbow (an anchor). 

91'fbrafe vt J, brace to; — w cease frying. 

91'fbrnb n pi >=. interruption, intermission. 
SIfbrnbt part of Qforbbe; a abrupt; her fracted; 
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l'flr«gt part done with; |atoe . have done 
with, 

fl'flmfe ti cease frothing et. fermenting; 
8cctot \iax 't ^oft ^am his anger has subsided. 

V'flr^^le vt break off, intermpt, break in 
open; (Qpt^øre meb) discontinue; . i Zalen inter- 
rapt, cat short; . en fdro cut off a bridge; doc 
€fli8tale hit» -bntbt our conversation was broken 
op el. broken off; . Omganøen meb break with. 
-«Ife c -T, -«ing c breaking off etc; interruption, 
intermission, break. 

%'fhtttt c k n detriment, prejudice. Injury, 
loss; til . foe fos the detriment of; aore . i in- 
jure, prejudice, mar; bet ^ac gjort mig ftort • It 
has been very injurious el. prejudicial to me, a 
great hindrance to me. -te vt break off. -«ing 
c -ec breaking off; (i ^uobe}) off-cut. 

S'flram^le vt bum, bum down; (Stonoit) fire, 
discharge; (Jhmbt) flash; - ^Jjrocerfect let off fire- 
works; -t 8in mulled wine, -ing e burning etc; 
m^ dip, pickle; dipping, pickling. 

tt'flKb n.p/B, countermessage, counterorder, 
fenbe . send an excuse; withdraw an invitation; 
ber lom . fra ^m he sent an excuse. 

9'flMgferet jmh «]; towed off. 

VftalMe vi fester away, be removed by sup- 
paration; cease festering. 

9'flttitbte vt divide into bundles. 

^ fl^gb c -et remote el. secluded district. 

Vflkgge vt min work. fVfblyggergaarb out- 
lying Bum, parcelled off fh>m a larger one or 
from a village. 

%'fh%x% e progeny, oflbpring. 

%'f%muin% -ec (®taf) exchange. 

X'ffefflge vt hull, husk. 

X'fWbe vt do penance for, expiate; (afbacge) 
ward off, parry. 

%'f%9\\t vt bend aside; (en Aflægger) layer; -S 
<om ftngle) deflect, -iiiiit c deflecnon. 

8'ftell e fe «fbigt. 

9L'fhnftt vt (6t0O) brush off; (ftlsber) brush; 
fig dust one's jacket, -iiiitg c -ec brushing; fiff 
drubbing, dreæing. 

tt'fcirf f e vt measure with a pair of compasses. 

**'fbal c -e remote el. secluded valley. 

9l'fbasi)i|e vt (tørre) air; (labe focbampe) evapo- 
me. -iiiiig e -er airing; evaporation. 

S'fbtafc vt cast off; -t (Solbat) dismissed, dis- 
duuged, (ftlftbec) cast off. 

9'f>aii9iiHig the last dance, -nitiggial the 
closing ball. 

tt'fbel|e vt (bele) divide, part, partition, parcel; 
. poa n)) redivide; (affonbre) partition off. -Ing c 
-er division, partition; (9him) compartment; (af 
6frift) section; (af Xxoppn. 9(aabe) detachment; 
mtt (of 6onate el. I.) movement. 

t'fbigje vt t dike off, embank; * drain, -iiing 
c -ec diking etc, embankment; * draining. 

%W§pntttt vt dispute, jeg (aber mig iRe . 
Bin Zro poa I am not to be argued out of my 
belief In. 

'fl'fbraatt c produce of a dairy. 

9'fbnig «, pi =», part-payment; (gcobcag, 
9la5at) deduction; i paa e(. fom .. on account, in 
part-payment; fommet til . i is to be deducted 
frooL ttfbragle vt (ticttU af) pull e(. take off; 
(afbetale) pay in part; (tnsRe fra) deduct, -elfe c 
fe Vfbrag. )lfbrag9l>i9 adv by instalments. 

t'fbrcJIc vt (OTibe af) twist off; ipaa S)cejefloO 
torn smooth; (bortbreje) turn off; — vi cease 
taming, -uiiig c twisting etc. 

X'fbHft e (ftugleS) deflection; «I^ lee-way; babe 
. make lee- way. — 9lfbrtft9|tiiabraiit drift 
compass. -»iMfel angle of lee-way. 

I'fbriffe vt drink off el. out; vt cease drinking. 

X'fbriole vt drive out. dispel, expel; (6tob) 



out down, waste; (VtetoHec) smelt; — vi cease 
lounging el. idling, -iiing c driving etc. -nlngft« 
^«gH felling, cutting do\vn. 
fl'fbni|i|4ie vi drip off, drain off. -tting o drip- 



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Of evaporate, «iiiitg c evaporation; 



9l'fb)yi|e vt deepen, make deeper, sink, -niiig 
e deepening etc. 

t('fb«t|te vt uncover; (Statue) unveil; - Corbet 
remove the doth; .. 6fat discover check, »iiing 
c uncovering etc. 

9'fham\mt vt dam up; vi . for dam out. 
-ning c damning up; coner dam. 

9l'f%ampt vt subdue, soften down, tone down. 

Vfb« vi die; . fca Stynben die to sin; . fta 
Secben die to the world; -b part deceased, de- 
parted, deftmct; ben -be the deceased, departed; 
min -be 9Ranb my late el. poor husband. 

Vffe'(ittni n aphelion. 

«ffa'bfl a aTfkble. 

fl'ffable vt draw off. -ulitg c drawing off. 

nffait n, pi s, (f. en. ISøOet«) &U; (Sfraaning) 
inclination, declivity, slope, fiftU: (^bab ber falbec 
af, i Vim.) refuse, waste, (oeb Slagtn.) offal(s), 
(i ^ul^olbn.) broken victuals, leavings pi, (i en 
^aoe) windfalls, (af 9Retal) refuse, dross, residue, 
scum; (af Sæber) cuttings; «t falling off: fløt for 
-! nothing off! keep her to! famle - i Sfoben 
pick up sticks in the woods. -t-V'ffotble vi fidl 
off; -ena emaciated; ^ bote . cany a lee helm; 
-enbe a (Øcunb) shelving; ^ deciduous, -em e 
fklling off. 

V'ffalbdlblittge (i Vim.) refdse-heap, scrap^pUe; 
orcAæ kitcnen-midden. -gøbft ^ shakings, «lørb 
field remote from a village, -prøbutt, -Hø f 
residual product, -fab shed grain, -bitttcl 
angle of reflexion. 

V'ffolntet a faded. 

Vffattge vt b. f. f. gibe ^ngfl, fe ^ngfl. 

fl'ffareitbe a $Iabf «t departure; . Ocebbe, 
Skengbe latitude firom, longitude from. 

S'ffart c departure, setting out el. off. 

V|farb|e vt decolour; -enbe a decolorant, . 
9RibbeI decolorant; -tt a decoloured; coloured. 

tS'ffafe vt (Xømc.) round off, bevel. 

Vjfatte vt draw up, compose, indite, word, 
couch. -Ife c drawing up etc, draught. -IfeS' 
maabe o style, composition. 

tVffebbe vt bind into skeins. 

Vffebte vt scour, get off the grease. 

V'ffeiie vt sweep off; -enbe a careless, flippant, 
slighting, cavalier, -iiitig e sweeping etc. 

itffett' -er excitement; emotion, (ftacfece) 
passion; fomme i ~ become excited, (fioerfece) 
fire, fly into a passion, -otiø'it c affecta'tion. 
-«'re vt affect', 't'ttt a affected, -lø'« e, med 
affec'tion. -iø'ngbcerbi sentimental value. 



Vfflce're vt affect'. 
S'ffille vt bi 



burnish, touch up (with a file); file 
off -ing c filing etc; (^ilfpoanec) filings pi. 

V'ffittbe fig vr compound, make a composition, 
come to an agreement, come to terms (meb 
with). -Ife e composition, agreement. -Ifeftfttiit 
sum of acquittance. 

VfHiie'rle vt refine. -Ing o refining. 

V'fflttlte't' c affin'ity. 

Vffire vt ^ ease off; . et @tøbe let fly a 
sheet: -be @føbec flowing sheets. 

91 ffifte vt draw, unstock (a pond); —vi: ^aoe 
-t have done fishing. 

V'fffere vt pluck off the feathers of, displume; 
. dampen cushion the piston. 

Vfflaa vt flav, skin; fiay off. 

VfRaab, Vffløb n drainage; discharge. 

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Vfll^ke Vi flow off. 

Vfflirllc vt cleave off; pare off. 

Vffltbe tt skirn (off the cream of). 

V'ffoblre tt fodder, feed; vi t)t (abe -t we have 
done foddering, -ring c -er feeding. 

Vfføltic vt depopulate, dispeople, unpeople. 
-ttino c depopulation. 

V'lforblre vt (m nt) demand, request, require 
(st from one), ask (one for st el. st of one), call 
upon one to give, show, pay st; jeg ftal latt 
fyim bet .. I shall send to him for it. -ring c 
demand. 

V'fformle vt form, model, shape, fashion, 
mould: . nt i SoI8 take the cast of st in wax. 
•tiittg c -er forming etc. 

Klfritte vt (rn nt) piunp (st) out of (one). 

-fVffrøiit' c affront. 

Vffr^fe vi freeze off; bft (at -o«fet the frost 
is over. 

Vffttd|le It defusel. -Ii«g c defusellng. 

Uff ut I a'ge c (gun-) carriage, -e're vt place in 
battery. 

il'ff^rle vt fire, let off, discharge, -ittg e 
firing etc. 

tCffcrlbig (ogf. «ffærbig) a decayed, decrepit, 
infirm, breaking up; 4, fe Vffalben. -(eb c decay, 
infirmity, decrepitude. 

V'ffarbige vt dispatch, expedite, send off; (en, 
fløbelløft e. I.) put el. turn one off, dismiss, 
dispose of. -Ife c dispatching etc, dispatch; 
dismission. 

«ffirrc c -r (i oDc ©et.) affair; gere øobe -r 
make a good thing of it; tage . take action, 
take the matter in hand. 

Vff«b|e vt give rise to. -niiig e -et offtpring, 
progeny; /iff outgrowth. 

\ part = fjjflet af, fe g^gc. 
I consequence. 

(en nt) divest (one oO; - bet gamle 
SRennefle put off the old man; . fig divest one's 
self of, pull off, put off; — vi purge; -rnbe a 
aperient, evacuant, cathartic; -nbe SRtbbel ape- 
rient etc. -clfc c pulling off etc. -ing c -er 
evacuation, purgation, -ittgdntibbel fe -enbe. 

Vfgaa vi (brage bort) go. set off, depart, start, 
leave, sail; (fra dmbebe) retire; (frabrage») be 
deducted; . beb 2)øben, die, depart this life; 
Qrebet, Stelegrammet afgit the letter, telegram 
was sent; -ebe 6ltbe sailings, departures; bet 
-enbe Vliniflenum the outgoing ministry; ^ 
-enbe (om (Øninb) shelving, ftættt -enbe steep-to. 

Vfgmg c setting off etc (fe oDf.), departure; 
(tlfffftninja) sale; (^orminbfFelfe) decrease, abate- 
ment; (afen Qante) slope; bøbeltg . decease, (om 
f!rt)rfer) demise; . fra Sifter og Wanbtol dis- 
engagement, expunction. — t(fgiiiigd|ieti{8 dis- 
charge, -bug day of departure el. sailing. 
-cfdaineit fe -prøoe. -|abn port of departure. 
-llnSfe first class, -niierfe ^ starting post. 
'pttvon departure platform, »pnuti starting 
•point. -)ir«be final examination (before leaving 
school), -fibc departure side, -fignal starting 
-signal, -ftatiøit station of departure, -ftcb^ -tib 
place, time, of sailing (departure). 

Sf'genite vt chase el. drive away. 

Vf'g^aii|er c -e -ifl a Afghan, -iftim ii Af- 
ghanistan'. 

«'fgift e -et (fiefe ofb) rent; (6rat, Xolb ofb) 
tax, impost, duty. KfgiftSiffi a rent-free, duty 
-free, -frit adv tree of rent el. duty, -ffi^eb 
exemption from rent el. duty. «(iKgttg a liable 
to rent el. duty; ben -e XonCorirgtigbeb the regi- 
ster tonnage. 

K'fgltre tt latUce off. 

VfgiUle vt (bbe) yield, produce; (aflebere) de- 
liver, hand, render, give up; . fiolt, 6oibater 



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ftimlsh men, soldiers; ftarlene blebc -ne til et 
anbet flfiegiment the men were draughted into 
another regiment . en (Irllcering, SetftntnitiQ 
make a declaration, give an opinion; . et ¥te» 
deliver, drop, leave, a letter; . et ©ebiS fbmisli 
a proof; . fin @trmme vote, give one's suflfrage; 
bette Srolf -er gobe €oIbatec makeb good soldiers; 
+ -' fig meb, fe ®ice fig af. -elfe, + -King c jrleld- 
ing etc. 

9'følørt a liked, made much of; — part (fe 
llfgøre^; . SiSbeb absolute certainty; . ftcnbft- 
gerning positive fact; . gjenbe decided enemy; 
. 3)ranTec confirmed drunkard; ante for «take 
for granted; brrmeb er brn €ag .. and there's 
an end of it; bona Sfabne er . his fate is 
sealed. 

V'fg(an9 reflection, resplendence; bibl ^er- 
ligbfben« - the brightness of his glory. 

«'fglnSlfe vt divltrlfy. -ning c devitrification. 

V'fg(at|te vt smooth, polish, -ning c -er 
smoothing. 

tV fgnaOc tt nibble off. 

V'fg«ab|e vt gnaw off. -ning c gnawing oflT. 



t('fpnib|e tt (borlgnibe) rub off; (rengere) tu\> 
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V'Tgrnbje tt spade, pare 6t with a spade: 



up, clean by rubbing, -ning c -er rubbing etc 
t('fgrab|e tt graduate, -ntng c graduation. 



level (with the ground); fe «fgrøfte; - et 6rel 
mark off a boundary by a ditch; .. en Va divert 
the course of a stream; - en Cej dig a ditch 
across a road, -ning c spading etc. 

Vfgrnnb c -e abyss, gulf, precipice; (an ub' 
tatrebe -en« 6anbe he dried the waters of the 
great deep; ber bar marit obenobec -en darkness 
was upon the face of the deep; Jiø %oihcnt>tl\tn% 
. the gulf of destruction. Kfgrnnbdlbrcb, -ranb 
fe 9laiib. 

ft('fgrmtf|( vt bound, mark the boundary of. 
•ning c bounding etc. 

Vfgradfe vt graze off. 

V'fgrtbe c -r crop, produce, production. 

V'fgr«ft|e vt ditch off, trench off. -ning e 
ditching etc. 

Vfgnb er false god, idol. Vfgnberi' n idol- 
atry; bribe ~ mrb idolize, idolatrize. Vfgnberiff 
a idolatrous. 

« fgnbdlbiOebe idol, -btorfelfe Idolatry, wor- 
ship of idols, -blirfer idolater, worshipper of 
idols, -blirtrrinbe idolatress, -øffer idolatrous 
sacrifice, »pvafk idol priest, -itmptl idolatrous 
temple, -tienev fe -barter, -tiencfte worship of 
Idols. 

Vfglybe tt pour off. 

V f garble vt fence off. -ning c fencing off. 

Vfgierc vt cease fermenting. 

Vfg«ire tt (fulbenbe) finish; (befiemme) decide; 
(oibne; betale) settle; part afgjort, fe obf. -(fe c 
-r finishing; decision, settlement; minbelig . 
compromise, -nbe c • %ont decided, peremp- 
tory, dogmatical tone; . ®Iag, €bar decisive, 
conclusive, final, battle, answer; . IBigtig^eb vital 
importance; ben . Stemme the casting vote rl. 
voice; i bet . {Sjeblit at the critical moment; . 
$rebe crucial test; • for conclusive of. 

Vf^aarje vt unhair. -Ing c unhairing, depi- 
lation. 

V'fbafe vt unhook. 

V'fBafte vt back off, (meb 9lab) peck off. 

V'fqanblle vt treat of, discuss, -ling c er 
discussion; cancr treatise, essay, dissertation; 
(fort, gubelig) tract. 

Vflfaime vt harrow off. 

tViiarne. Vffiaftle vt hull, husk. 

t('flfa9p|e vt wind off, (ogfaa fig) reel off. 
•nine e winding etc. 

Vftegle vt hackle out. 



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Vflrtale ci hedge off, fence off. -tug o 
bedgiog etc; eener Inclosure. 

9'flrate vt call for, go for, fetcb; lobe « send 
«or; Collet -# oberalt i vtttn parcels collected in 
all parts of the town. -He e calling etc. 

«'f^laffe fc «fioftc. 

S'fllcwile vt certiiy by oath. -Uno c certifying 
etc. 

Sf||«l||e vt (ft Cube) remedy, set (to) right; 
(6tabe, ftløflf) redress; (SRangel, Sranfl) supply, 
reHere, meet, -elig a remediable, -nitio c 
remedying etc. 

S'flkoU n fe -fHe; -en^eb. - «f^ø(b|e vt (en fra 
Bl; prevent, hinder, withhold, restrain one, 
bold d. keep one back, from st; • f^oifamlitigec, 
1R«brr 0. I. hold assemblies, meetings etc; > 
OBfofHiingente defray the expenses; — vr fig 
fro abatain from, forbear; . fig fra at forbear to, 
refrain ftom -ing; fan be iife . fig. ba gifte be fig 
bibi if they cannot contain, let them marry. 
-effe c prevention, hindrance etc. -e«i(be) a (i 
Kfib OQ Srilfe) abstemious, abstinent; (t ^ønå« 
mibelfe) continent, -cttteb o abstemiousness, 
abstinence, abstention; continence. -cn^cbS' 
fdflak Teetotal Society, -ning c ^ beaiing off. 
— *1lf|olbd|ferctting Teetotal Society, -manb 
teetotaller, total abstainer. 

8'f1|olbt a liked, popular, in favour, a iiEivou- 
rtte; ifTe • disliked, unpopular; nrget . af a 
great ftivourite with 

fl'flnble vt flay, »kin. -ning o flaying etc. 

B'flttggle tf cut (off), chop off. Ætæ) fell, 
cut down; t (0ts8) cut; . aid ^obeb strike el. 
cut off one's head, -tting c cutting etc. -iiiitgd 
fUibe cut. 

*%*f%mttt a A, unhooked, (om 9ior) unshipped. 

m-flKl n fe «flrofl. 

H'f^ttøåfe vt grind off, whet off. 

Hfdiyllle vt uncover, unveil, «ttiiig e uncover- 
ing etc. -fire vt uncover. 

m'ff^ølb II slope. 

S'rl<tlb|e tt pour off. -ning e pouring etc. 

V'fi«nib|e tt dispose of, make over, alienate. 
Vfir«ttbf fig a alienable. Vflfdnibeliflficb a aliena- 
bility. Vfqøiibelfe c alienation, disposal. 

-^M'^mug n slope. 

V'fliitiigle V« ~ af depend on, + hang upon. 
-I| a dependent (of on); -e of ^oeranbre (mutu- 
ally) interdependent, -ig^eb e dependence, -ig» 
kcMforloIb position of dependence. -ig^cb9ti(< 
tMb state of dependence. 

%'\%9t\€ tt hear, examine. -e(fe, -tug e hear- 
ing, examination. 

Wf%éfke tt reap, harvest; — w: ^ar -t has done 
harvesting. 

8'f|«»lle tt plane (smooth); plane off, away; 
Jiff polish, -(ing e -ec planing etc; polishing. 

•»^vHItje r( deoxidate, •ning e deoxidation. 

%fiit vt clear from ice. 

Vfjagc vi : ^ar -t has done shooting el. hunting. 
^Sflaget paft knocked up, jaded. 

Wffkftt vt slur over, perform carelessly, scamp; 
-t (em fflffbei) shabby, the worse for wear. 

Vffalb «, pi K, renunciation, release, quit- 
daim; gare el. gire . poo give up, relinquish 
(one's claim to), waive, (ffriftlig) sign away. 

V'ffaat c -et secluded, sequester^ spot. 

V'ffciite vt plane the edges of. 

Kfffa)i||ie tt cut (off), lop (off), -ning e -et 
eotting etc. 

VftaHic vt fe ftofle af; (inbbtinge) yield, pro- 
duce; Xoget bleb -t af Stormrn the house was 
unroofed by the storm, » en Q^rbe throw e(. 
fling off a burden; > 9Iaget shake off the yoke. 
•cffe e throwing off etc. -ning e b. f.; yield, 
profits. 



W'fMIe vt wedge off; (fJatte) wedge up; (ffære 
i Hiler) cut in wedges; . et étl^tfe S9cøb cut off 
a big slice. 

K'time vi; bet ^ar -t the bells have ceased to 

^'ffla4i|))e vi; faa -t have done applauding. 
•ttina c iau. of Snbffrift) squeeze. 

fl'friare vt clear, defecate, (iSin) fine, clarify; 
-t ©mat clarified butter. 

tt'fflorere fe ftlorere. 

Vffliifl I», pi », cliche, -ning c cliche-casting, 
dabbing. 

tt fllewaie vt pinch el. squeeze off; squeeze 
out. 

9L'^tUp\pt vt clip, shear, cut off, gaa neb fort 
•t ^oor wear one's hair close cut. -ning c -er 
clipping etc; concr cutting, clippings. 

«ftiabe tt undress, strip, unrope, disrobe; 
tX, (too) take off the service of; fig expose, 
make an exhibition of, demolish, -ning e -er 
undressing etc; exposure, demolishing. 

V'frUbe vt cleave off. 

W\tnapp€ vt pinch off, retrench; . i deduct 
from; ^on -be mia min Søn he diminished, les- 
sened (P sweated) my wages; . enf ftoft stint 
one in his meals. -Ife o -c pinching etc. 

K'frnibe tt fe «fllemme, 9i^tmppt. 

V'ftnngc fe 9(f))rfdfe. 

«'ftnirlte vt break off. 

flf foble tt (^unbe) unleash, uncouple, slip; 
(2)mp.) disconnect, -lingdinbretning disconnect- 
ing gear, -nittgewnffe disconnecting strap. 

«'ftog [ooj n, pi «, decoction. Vffog|e vt 
(ubfoge) boil out; (inbfoge) boil down; (raa ©ilfe) 
ungum; (foge tiiptcelfelig) boil; pharm decoct; — 
vi cease boiling, -ning e -er boiling etc; de- 
coction. 

tl'frøai [Tort aa] n (t c) issue, offspring, pro- 
geny; bin - bil jeg aibe bette fianb bibl unto thy 
seed will 1 give thu land. 

WiUpittt vt copy, transcribe (efter from). 

H'fforte vt abridge, abbreviate, shorten; (of* 
brage) deduct, curtail, retrench; . en nt i ^onS 
Eon diminish, lessen, curtail, one's wages; « et 
iBeføg shorten a visit; -et ftegle truncated cone. 
-clfe, -ning e -er abridging etc; abridgment, 
abbreviation; deduction, curtaihnent. -ningd^iUgt 
hotchpotch. 

nVofit [6] vt brush. 

Vffrailbe vt rase, -ning e rasing. 

9'ftrabf|e vt scrape el. scratch off. -ning o 
scraping etc. 

K'ffrebfe [é] fe «fclrKe. 

«f-fribte vt chalk off, line. 

Vffrige vt en nt despoil one of at by war; 
— vt cease fighting. 

Vftriftne vt dechristianize, unchrlstianize. 

*'nro§ [fltt] c nook, (by-)comer, by-place, 
recess. 

K 'f trifle vt press e(. squeeze out of. 

V'flrirftlcct weaken, enfeeble, enervate; (iBebid 
0. I.) weaken (the force of), invalidate, -rife c 
debility, enervation, enféeblement, exhaustion; 
invalidation, -et a weakened etc, exhausted, 
languishing. 

trftronigle vt pull el. strip off (by turning 
inside out), -ning c pulling etc. 

M'ittaPt vi fe «ffotSre. 

Vffnttie vt decarbonize; fe Øftribte. -Ing o 
decarbonization. 

Vftbifie vt lop off branches of. 

V'ffbitte tt deduct, set off, credit. 

-H«'fnife tt, fe «ffttOEffe. 

-HK'ff^éfe vt kiss away. 

il'ffønnnie vt comb off; m«( shoot off (the 
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H'^Uftc vt buy, parchase of e(. fk-om; + • en 
bay one off. 

9'ft«l|e vt cool, refrigerate; (i 3») ice: . fin 
Srebe cool one's anger; -ti cool. -e(fe c fe -ina. 
«fUIemafliiie, VfUlcr c -e refrigerator. 9lf' 
lulling o cooling (down), refrigeration, chilling. 
-ingdflabe cooling surfooe. -TngStiaitb cooling 
water. VfUlingSoøgit refHgerator car. 

91 f tore vt overdrlre (a horse). 

Vflaafc vt lock. 

V'llab n(Op^0T) cessation, intermission; (SijnbS« 
forlabelfe) indulgence. 

V'fiabe vt unload (a gun); let go the charge 
of (a Leyden Jar); (Barer) ship; fe flo*fe. 

V'fitbe vi fca leave off; . (meb) at cease -ing. 
•Ife c cessation, intermission; nben • without 
ceasing. 

Vflablcr c -e shipper, freighter, consigner. 
•ning c shipping; fe £o8ning. 

91 fltbdlaar year of JubUee. -ire» letter of 
indulgence. -fy«nbel sale of indulgences, -trani' 
mer seller of indulgences, -(lenge shrove money. 

V'flagre vt store; -be d^iøarer (o. fl.) well sea- 
soned cigars. 

«'«agt fe «floeflae- 

VnanbdUiiib o off-shore wind. 

tS'hang a oblong, -runb oval. 

Vnatie adv fe £at)e. 

9l'|(eb|e vt draw ef. turn off, turn away; 
(lanler, S^flbomrae) divert; (»anb o. I.) carry off; 
(Sonet) conduct; (Orb) derive; -enbe SRibler med 
derivatives, counter-irritants, -er o -e conductor. 
•et a mw derivative, - Orb derivative, formative; 
-. Xattart compound time, -ning c -er turning 
off etc.; derivation; teleg d.. partial earth, fiiulty 
insulation; fe -et Orb. -ttlngåtanal drain. -itiitgd< 
rtr discharge pipe, -ningdiegit accidental. -d> 
enbelfe derivative el. formative termination e(. 
ending, -ftørb derivative, formative, -dtøne 
chromatic tone. 

VHeie vt en nt hire st of one. 

Vflefrle vt deposit (strata, layers); ~ fig settle, 
form layers, -ing c -er stratification. 

Vllette vt lift off. 

V'nene vi ban ^ar -t he is no more. 

V'fleoerle vt deliver, leave; ~ et ©red paa ^oft» 
^ufet deliver, leave e(. drop a letter at the post . 
-ilia c -er delivery. 

«'flibe vi pass, elapse; afleben fe 9lfoigt. 

9l'fliggeii|be a remote, sequestered, out of the 
way. -f-(|eb c remoteness. 

»'flignlc v< adjust; . et StegnfTab balance an 
account, -ing e -er adjusting etc. 

V'flinierle vt rule. -Ing o ruling. 

Sl'lfire vt fio grind, rehearse. 

V'flifte vt en nt obtain st from one by arti- 
fice, trick one out of st; . en en ^emmelig^eb 
worm el. fish a secret out of one. 

9'fiioe vt put to death, deprive of life, slay, 
murder; - fig make away with one's self, 
destroy one's self. -Ife e putting to death, slay- 
ing, murder. 

tl'jiøblbe vt (afbele) parcel out, partition; ^ 
sound, -iting o parcelling etc. 

91 'fløtte vt coax el. wheedle out of, draw from; 
•be bam Zaarer drew tears from his eyes; . en 
en Xilfiaaelfe elicit a confession from one. 

9l'flo9|fe vt unload, -ning o unloading. 

81'flttge vt (®coe«) weed out; (Oeb) weed, -ning 
€ weeding. 

V f(nt|fc vt (S)ør 0. I.) lock: (afftiHe) partition 
off; (t)eb (Øxrbe) fence in; (8ei) stop, bar. -te n 
-r closet; Onb^egning) enclosure, -ning c locking 
etc. 

Sl'llnre vt en nt find out (by watching one). 

il'f (nt|re vt clarify, refine, -ring c clarification . 



S'fi^b c modification of the radical vowel, 
gradation. 

V fl9f|e vt proclaim; revoke; Oagttettain) pro- 
tect, fence; ^ en $anteobligation cancel a mort- 
gage (legally notified); — vn ber bleb -ft for beoi 
the bans were published for the last time, -ning 
c proclamation; revocation; protection; can- 
celling. 

91 flag I ge vt (lægge fca fig) lay down, put 
down, put off; (ben(ægge) put by, lay aside; 
(lægge for ©agen) exhibit, evince, display; (lønne) 
reward, remunerate; (paa ftort) lay out; ($(anter) 
lay, layer; (©ier) hive; typ distribute, - en ©eret» 
ning om give (in) a report of; - en et Oeføg 
pay one a visit; fe db; . en ^o^Ating make a 
deposition; . I^oct ^oft en leave a card at one*« 
house; « et Søfte make a vow: - Sfftet (om 
Slonner) take the vows; - bet gamle 9Rennefte put 
off the old man; .. en $røbe T^aa give a proof 
of; > 9iegnftab give in c(. pass one's accounts; 
~ Sorgen leave off mourning; . fin Zafflaelfe 
offer thanks; ^ en Zilftaaeife make a confession; 
~ en Sane leave off el. unlearn a habit; . Sibnei* 
bqrb bear witness (om to); gobt, baarlig, aflagt 
well, ill, paid; aflagte ftlæber cast off el. left off 
clothes, -gelfe e laying, paying etc. -ger c -t 
cutting, layer, -ning c layering, propagation 
by layers; tifp distribution. -9 a antiquated, 
worn out, behind the time, out of date. 

91'flcrnte vt unchain. 

%'fittxt vt (afrette) train; « en nt learn st 
from one (by looking on); — vi: ^an |ar -rt he 
has served his time. 

«'f («fie vt read off. (^anteobligaHon) fe «flufe; 
— vx ban ^ar -ft he has done reading, -ning 
[(angt æj reading etc. 

«Hftllfe vt unload, discharge, -ning, -felfe c 
unloading. 

VfUb n, vl », flowing el. running off; (Stebet) 
outlet; (9iefultat) result; fFaffe ©anbet ~ open a 
passage el. an outlet to the water. S'ftøic vt 
run off; (meb ^\\) smooth; — vi fe fifbe of + =» 
ubløbe; cease running, «fløbertnio (@tom.) cir- 
cular knife, «fiøintng c ^ launch. 

9l'1l0ining9|(aad «^ dog-shore, -(inber, -jliftrr 
^ bilgeways. -flabcr «t slidings-ways. -ftftter 



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Igr^t, -tønøl drain, -^nl tap-hole. 
•Iran escape valve, -renbe gutter, -r^r waste 



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[fort o] cjitain, piebaldness. 

ning c paying; pay, 



Sl'fiøf te vt ua' off. 

«jlønlne vt pay (off). 



wages. 

«'Pøfle vt ((øfe) unloose, loosen, untie; (8agt, 
«rbejbc) relieve; (lienbe) commute; t (of ©onb) 
absolve; fig (følge paa) succeed, displace, follow; 
^ . Sogten set the watch, spell, er- o -e 
reliever; successor, -ning «loosening etc.; relief; 
commutation; t (tlbfolution) absolution, -ningft* 
tib time of relief. 

9l'f(0oe vt strip off the leaves of, unleave. 

V'fmaafje vt measure (off), fi^f (afpaftfe) suit, 
adapt, accommodate: ~ en Sejr mark out a camp. 
-ing o-er measuring etc.; measurement. Vfmaidt 
a measured, precise, formal; meb -e Stribt with 
measured steps. 9lfmaaltl|eb o formality. 

Vfmagire vt emaciate, -ring e emaciation. 

Vfmagt c feebleness, debility, impotence; 
(©efoimelfe) a swoon, a fieiint, med a syncope; 
falbe i - fall into a swoon. 

Rfmalle (ogfaa fig) paint, portray, picture, 
depict, fig delineate, -ing, -ning c painting etc.; 
delineation. 

tS'fmaire vt milk dry. — vi ban ^oc -t he has 
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•IfC nnmftnnlng 

march, departure. 



•fXfWMke vt uomaxi. 

^V'fnurae vt dissuade 

S'faMnl c marchiog off, 
'ttt vi march (off), depart. 

•^S'faunrUe vt enervate. 

-^9'fmcile vt unmagk; . fig unmask. 

9'fnuille vt dismast. 

fl'fmttte ct exhaust. -Ifc o exhaustion. 

SI'ftte||e vt reap, cut down, -nitig o reaping 
etc. 

X'f»e||9Iep< chisel off; (^otteoi.) unhair. -ling 
e chiseling off; unhairlng. 

9'fmelbe vt recall, revoke, put off. «fe o -r 
rerocation. 

«H'fweKe fe «fmane. 

Vfiii«||ti§ a (tcaftlsi) powerless, impotent; (foag) 
&int, feeble, weak; 6(it)e . (6fft)ime) feint, go 
into a fit; t^ore . be in a [swoon, be in a fiaiint- 
ing fit -Ipek c Impotence. 

n'fmmtt\t vt mark out, off; «t beacon:. 
« marking etc. 

S'fm#Blllre irf discharge, pay off. 
discharge. -Htigibai day of discharge. 

S'fiiagle vt unnaU. 

X'fMitfe vt cut off the head of (fish). 



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9'fna|»|ie v< pluck off. 
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t'fneg e fe Opitrgc. 

%'ftu9p\pt vt burl, -ttinf c burling. 

%'fmtht vt extort from, force from; bet -r 08 
Seimbnng it compels our admiration. 

Xførift'Inu c -r aph'orism. -tiff a aphoris'tic. 

S'ftNinel|e vt board off. -ing c boarding off. 

U'P^tMt\t vt^tn fiani Sienbele seize el. distrain 
a person's goods (for debt), -ning c seizure, 
distress. 

Vf|iare¥|e vt parry, -ing parrjring. 

V'fiiarrle vt pair (off)- -ing « pairing. 

9'f|ia9|fe vt adapt, suit, fit, adjust; propor- 
tion; bu fiinbe ilfe ^abe -t iiben bebre you could 
not have timed your visit better; -fet ftjole 
dress piece with trimmings attached; -febe 8et< 
btetter napkins in the piece. -King c adaptation, 
suiting etc. 

Sf^ejlje vt ^ set. -ing setting. 

Vf^ne vt thin. 

^9 jptnHt vt paint, pencil. 

V f^rrflc vt press out, squeeze out. -ning c 
-erpressing. 

ff'fyibc vt Oagt) signal one to move. 

9'f^iffe vt tap off, peck off. 

M'^plU\t vt pluck off, pick off, peel off. -ct 
a (mager) emaciated, thin, «ing plucking etc. 

9i'fp\m$t vi: ^ar -t has done tippling. 

9l'f^ini)ie vt pumicate. 

Vf^ine vt en nt torture one out of st, extort 
st from one. 

V'fUifte vt (nt) whip off; (en) whip soundly. 
•et fiff diluted, wishy-washy, watery. 

M'fpltiuU vt partition off with planks. 

9l'fpUHt vt flatten. 

9'f^liir n picking. -le vt pick off, pluck off. 
•Rin| o plucking etc. 

M'}p\\ivh\tt vt (ubplljnbre) plunder, pillage; . 
en nt plunder one of st. -ring c plundering. 

S-f|pf#JIeirt plough off; —V«: ^ar -et has done 
plou^iing. -ning e ploughing off. 

%'fp9ttn vt polish, burnish, -ing c polishing 
etc. 

S'ftpofi|e vt pump off. -ning c pumping off. 

tt'f^raniittc vt discharge from a lighter; d. in 
lighters. 

S'ftnrelling c -er rebound. 

%'fpnmtit, -ning fe «fpræge. 

Vf^åife vt press out, squeeze out; fig en 
nt extort, force, wring st from one. -ning c 
presring etc.; extortion. 



%'^pt\t\U vt dotCoff, prick off; ^ beaeon. 
-ning dotting etc. 

n f|irø4i|4ie vt bottle, -ning e bottling. 

V'ftirøtfle vt dismount, unlimber, take bom 
the limbers, -ning c dismounting etc. 

%'^ptuttt vt beat down, cheapen; fobe fig ~ 
abate; . 10 {Sre (i $rifen) beat down el. cheapen 
the price (by) 10 6re; ^an laber flg intet - he 
will not submit to any abatement, fia he will 
not abate one Jot (of his demand el. 1.) 

V'f4irl|g(|e vt ;drub soundly, cudgel, -ing c 
drubbing. 

9L'^Pta% n, pi ss, impression, impress, stamp, 
-e vt impress, imprint, stamp, -ning impress- 
ing etc.; Impression. 

n'^pxatt vt en nt talk one out of st; — oi : 
^sr -t has done prosing e(. sermonizing. 

S'ftittbfle vt (pubfe) clean, polish, finish, (Vtux) 
dress, rough-coat; (foo bott) clean off, rub off. 
-ning c cleaning etc. 

+WfpntU vt fe «ftrobfe. 

9l'f|lnnt)i|e vt pump off. -ning pumping off. 

K'fpnUt vt blow off. 

9i'lpaait vt measure by half-pints. 

9i'fp(ti\t vt (afbe(e) pale off; (afmoerfe, ogfaayE^) 
stake out: ((Brunb) pile, -ing c -ec paling etc. 

-t-V fraabc vt dissuade (fta firom). 

tS'fraabne vi rot off. 

9i'ftti^\t vt shave off; * rake off. -ning e shav- 
ing etc. 

Wftaftt vt wear out; -t worn out, shattered, 
shabby; . en handle one roughly; fe 9iatte neb. 

Sf 'rante vt cut off the tendrils el. runners of. 

91 'f raf e 0» spend one's fury, exhaust one's 



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'fxa\p\t vt rasp off. -ning rasping off; 
coner raspings. 

91'frebe vt measure with a rope, -ning c 
measurement etc. 

91'frebe vt comb off; -bt ^aax combings. 

nfregne vi bet bar t it rains no more. 

9'fregn|e vi settle accounts, -ing settling 
of account, final accounts; fip gøre . meb en 
quit scores with one. -ingdl|n8 clearing-house. 

fl'frelfe vt chamfer. 

Vfreffc vi depart, start, set out, leave (til 
for), tifrejfe departure. 

9'frenfle vt clean off; (tenfe) clean, purify, 
cleanse, -ning c cleaning etc. 

91'fretlte vt train, (fiefi) break in; (ftanon) dis- 
part; (ailnr) level; (Sletalatb.) adjust; (Xemniet) 
side, -ning, -telfe c training etc. -ningdpndfer 
protractor, -ningftplobe {9lit>tU.) slide-vane, -ter 
c -e trainer. 

Vfreøne vi crack off, burst off. 

V 'tribe vt en Storm ride a gale out; (en ^eft) 
override; t - et ^axt^ti settle the boundaries 
by survey on horseback. 

V'fribd ni>/ s>, sketch, outline, rough-draught, 
(mat. og anben konturtegning) diagram, -e vt 
sketch, rough-draw an outline of. -ning e 
sketching etc.; fe «fribS. 

fl'friggc vt unrig, dismantle. 

9'frita n Africa, -'ner, -e, -nerin'be c -r, 
-'nfl a African, -reffcnbe e African traveller. 

91'ftinge vt call off by a bell; — tJi fe «ftime. 

Vfringe vt (tage diing af) unring. 

*^iti»pe vt strip off (leaves etc.). 

fl'friøe vt tear off, pull off, rend off; (paa 
nioejærn) grate off; smooth (a wall); strike (a 
match); grind (colours); (meb 8iioe) rake off. 

Vfrøbe vt rummage off. 

9'frøet part: er - has rowed off. 

V'frnb|6e vt rub off. -ning e rubbing off. 

V'trnOle vt unroll, -ittg c unrolling. 

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9('fritf(|c vt twitch, shake, jerk, off. -ning c 
twitching etc. 

V'ffnftc V« rust off. 

Vfrnflle vi disarm, -ttiiig c disarming, dis- 
armament. 

Vfr^b (fort ^] n clearings pi; (»rogrt gobet) 
leavings, -ke rr clear off; (rt)bt)e) clear, -itivo 
c clearing. 

Wfi^^afc «< evaporate; (SittiWtt) dry off; — tn 
cease smoking, -ning o evaporation. 

VfttftlU vt twitch off, pull off. -iting c 
twitching etc. 

Vfmftle v< shake off. -c(fc, -«ing c shak- 
ing off. 

V'frtge tt smoke completely. 

Vffabllr [langt a] vt unsaddle, ofi^adle. -(tug 
e unsaddling. 

•K'ffage fe «ffooe. 

tVffogit n rumour. 

tt'ffagt o - gjenbe sworn el. declared enemy. 

^V'tfomtt of gather off. 

Hffante tt gather (off), glean. 

Vffatd c -et (troppe-) landing(-place), resting 
•place; arch break, offset, set-off; (^obe-) terrace; 
4, (paa iRunb^oIt) stop, (paa Slapert) step. 

tt'ffaole vt saw off. «nittg o -er sawing off. 

Vffabit fe €abn. 

V'ffe vt do without, spare; . til spare for; . 
Zib til ot make el. find time to; -et fta without 
taking Into consideration; independent of, apart 
from, waiving. 

V'ffcflle vi sail; — vt take down the sails of 
(a wind-mill), -ing e sailing; før -en before 
sailing, «ingdflag blue peter, -inggørbre sailing 
orders. -iagSffttb sailing gun. -ingStib time 
of sailing. 

tCffcnble vt send (off), (fturer o. I.} dispatch; 
(meb ©fib) ship; (font befulbraototiflet) delegate. 
-elfe c sending, -ft o -e sender, dispatcher; 
(Uflober) shipper. -i«g c fe -elfe. -iiig c -et 
meit^enger, deputy, envoy, ambassador. 

«Jfibbe vt (Øøbe) work out. 

+m'fflbe e secluded spot. Vffibeg a remote, 
retired, out-of-the way; adv aside, apart. 

Vffi, *Vf{i!e vt strain off; (fie) strain, -niiig 
c straining (off). 

Wf1(gc vt (tilboflefalbe) countermand; (lobe fate) 
renounce, relinquish, abandon; + (gioe ffffalb 
poo) resign; - ®om give judgment, pronounce 
el. pass sentence; ~ Iib«ffnft ^ve up; leg bot of- 
foot bette XibSffrift, »lob I have withdrawn my 
suDscriptlon fk-om this Journal, discontinued this 
newspaper, I don't take that paper in any more; 
fe Vffogt. -(fe c countermanding, renunciation; 
passing. tVffigt c Judgment. 

V'fflgtie tt em off. -ning o sifting (off). 

♦« f8(|e fe «ffl. 

Vffiitb n madness. Vffiitbig a insane, mad, 
crazy, (tafenbe) ihintio, (fun om $etfon) distracted, 
cracked, deranged, out of one's senses; en . a 
maniac, lunatic; blioe ~ go mad; gøte . drive 
to madness; — adv Insanely, firantically. Vffin« 
bigj^fb Insanity, frenzy, derangement, lunacy. 

tll'ffipe vi ooze out; vt drain, -ntiig e oozing 
etc. -viiigggrtft drain. 

Vffiirlet a exanimate, lifeless. 

9'fffQffe vf abolish, do away with, discontinue, 
abrogate, -effe e abolishing etc., abolition, abro- 
gation, extinction. 

V'fffaae vt en talit fleet a tackle. 

Vfffarlfe vt slope, slant, -sing c sloping. 

Wfftat\U vt & i peel el. scale off. 'W— 



-tiittg peeling (off); med desquamatiou. 
V'fftap n scrapings pi •€ vt scrape off. 
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«'ffTcb c (9atbel) leave; («fffebigdfe) dismissal,, 
dismission, discharge; (ftibiQiø) retirement, resig- 
nation; toøe .. meb el. fto take leave of; Mb -en 
at the leave-taking; omfoDne til . embrace at^ 
parting; btifte et (Øloft fontmen til .. drink a part- 
ing glas together; re|fe uben ~ take French leave; 
gibe . discharge, dismiss, p give the sack; toge 
jtn - retire (from office), resign (one's office), 
leave service, (om Olficetet) throw up one's com- 
mission; fotlonge fin . tender el. give in one's 
resignation; ^an ^t faoet fin - he has beea 
placed on the retired list, i Koobe he has retired 
with his sovereign's fibvotir, t ttnoobe he has 
been dismissed in disgrace, joe poo gtoot $opir 
he has been turned away with scant ceremony, 
has got the sack; Officer, fom ^t toget . retired 
e(. (paa ®tunb of <tlbet) superannuated officer, 
^[fffebiae vt dismiss, discharge, discord, ioo give 
the sack, amr quit, (@olbotei) discharge, (9legi' 
ment) disband; -t dismissed etc., (fom ^t toget 
Slfffeb) retired; -t ttlffet discarded lover. 

Vfffcbd|a«f«giiiitg, •ieg<rri«p resignation, -a«- 
biettd audience of leave, -lefivg farewell visit, 
visit of leave-taking. -i(it parting look. •!?€»• 
farewell el. valedictory letter; fe -po«. -iager 
parting cup el. glass, grace cup. -boa day of 
parting, -bigt valedictory poem, -brit fe -bceget. 
-gilbe parting treat, farewell party. -lUfm last 
fiirewell. »t^i parting kiss, -ørb parting el. 
valedictory word, -pad letter of discharge, -pa* 
tmt oertiflcate of discharge, •prirbifeit farewell 
sermon, -folttt parting salute, -faiig farewell 
Fong. •feme parting scene, •feobel fe -do«. 
•fcl^oi fe -gilbe. -ffub parting gun. -ftttitb part- 
ing hour, -taore parting tear, -tale valedictory 
oration, -tine fe -flunb. -Pifit fe -beføg. 

9'fffe|e ot swerve, deviate, depart. -Ife c -t 
swerving etc., deviation, aberration. 

V'fflible vt ship, •tting o shipping, shipment. 
-iiittgdfieb place of shipping, -uingltib time of 
shipment. 

«fffifte tt divide. 

«fffiffe fe «ffenbe. 

«ffHlblre vt fe «fmole; -i- — «fffiOe. -ring c 
fe fffmaling. 

Øjflitte vt partition off. 

•fm'fffiM c reflexion. 

VfÅøtle vt count el. divide by sixties. 

«ftfølbe vt scald off; (ftolbe) scald. 

tCffføPe [oo] vt (Sonb) clear of woods, strip 
of Its forests; (6foD) cut down, fell. 

V'fffføple vt shovel off; dear with the shovel. 

il'fffraa, vt chamfer, bevel. 

V'fffraoet c -e cutter, hack-Iron. 

Vf{(raa|ite«be a shelving. -Mivg c shelving. 

Vfttralb n scrapings pi. -e vt scrape off. 
•Kina c scraping off, abrasion. 

V'fffreget part f^ax . has done shrieking (etc. 
fe 6ftige). 

V'fffribte vt measure by steps, pace. 

Vfffrift c -et copy, transcript; toge . of take 
a copy of. 

V'ffrrtpe vt copy, transcribe, write out; (fktbge) 
cancel; . en ®um write off a sum, credit one 
for a sum. -e? o -e copier, transcriber. -erfe|( 
error, -uiiig c copying etc. 
t e fe «ffftooet. 
Itni|ie vt scrub off. -iiiitg o acrubblng off. 
|e vt unscrew, -uivg o unscrewing. 
,. «ffe vt deter, fHghten, scare, (mllbete) 
discourage; (on (obet fig iffe . he is not to be 
daunted. -Ife o determent, discouragement, 
•elfedflyflemet •elfeSteørieii, the deterrent sys- 
tem, -iibe a deterring, discouraging, (ot fe tiQ 
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ttffTrøOle vt peek loff), (ØraMøttten) pare. -ing 
« peeling; paring. 

•^8'fftrannitte vt fe VffCrsHe; . en et Søfte e(. (. 
frUhten one into a promise. 

tt'fflKffe vt scrape dean; fe KfffoDle. 

X'fffiint [lott u] n p/ », (oflfoo >?(7.) scum, re- 
tuse, (om enfcit $erfoR) monster, brute, -mc er 
skim (off): -t 9Rce(t skim-milk, skimmed milk. 
•visa e -er skimming. 

%'rfhit\t vt scoar off; (fCure) scour, -ing c -er 
scouring. 

fl'fflQ vt detest, abhor, abominate, loathe. 
•ffh| c aversion (to, + for), abhorrence, horror 
(of el. for), antipathy (to), fmitbete) dislike (to), 
disguft; fatte, foa . take a dislike: ^oe, nore . 
for nt have an aversion to st, hold st in abhor- 
rence, abhor St. 

S finable vt (affyre) fire (offj, discharge, ($il) 
shoot, let fly; (fei)be af) shoot off. -itiitg e firing 
etc., discharge. 

9'ffhfbeiibe a sloping. 

ttf1f9 edg a abominable, detestable, odious, 
hateful, disgusting, sickening. -I^eb c detestable - 
ness, abominableness; concr horror, atrocity. 

V'ff^ilø^ vt shadow, (mrft om ^aroeooeraang) 
shade; ge«, - fig cast a shadow; blaat -t til fort 
blue shading into black, -nlng c -er shadow; 
shade. 

fl'ffri|(|Ie vt (ftQQe bort) wash off, wash away; 
(fEoQe ren) rinse out. -ning c washing. 

SffTcrfte vt take off the stock of. 

^Iftæntt vt pour off. 

*'fff«r|e vt cut off, intercept; (ifær ^olc) dock. 
- m »ejen intercept one; « en iilbogetoget cut 
off one's retreat; « en Orbet cut one short; ^ _ 
oDenborbd cut down; alt ^aaf> bleo niø afflaaret I 
was cut off ftom every hope, -tng c cutting 
off. -i«g9øesti( cut-off valve. 

M'^ætpt vt fe «fpenne. 

V'fftøiifCe vt ^ snape, flinch. 

9'filaa vt (flaa af) strike off, knock off, beat 
off, (®tæ«) mow, cut down; fig (en Segcering) 
refuse, deny; (Xilbub) refuse, reject, decline; 
(«ngteb) repulse, repel; ^ - paa Sponteloft lay 
down; -enbe @oac refusal; -ebe Qnbriter mallards 
in the moulting state. — 9f Bag n, pi =, refusal, 
rejection, declination, denial; repulse; fe Sfflafl' 
Ring; (fdiU.) rebound; 8øen9 . the heave of the 
sea; . i $rifen abatement, reduction of price, 
diseount; gioe en - refuse one; f aa ~ be remsed, 
rcf}eoted; beftemt . a flat refusal. 9f1lagitiitg c 
4r laying down; fe 9iftlaffning. Vfflagniiigdiøft 
fe 8ponteIoft. Vfflagdgrnitb reason for refusal. 

V'fftanme vt (ftanon) scale (a gun). 

fl'fneffe vt en nt wheedle one out of st. 

Sfflrtlte vt plane, planish; ^ dub fiiir. -ning 
planing; 4, dubbing. 

X'f1l»{e vt fflibe bort) grind off, fig wear off; 
(btJflrtfe) sharpen, whet; (g(atte) smooth, polish. 



•BhM e grinding etc. 
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iflfb n wear. Vfflib|e vt wear off; tear off. 
-Bint c wearing etc. -t a worn. 

«mine vt lick off. 

S'fftime vt rid of slime, (gHfO water. 

«fllittgre vt ^ roll out; -t rolled away. 

>S'fff«wret a (fallen) asleep. 

ft HlMtlte vt (fulbenbe) complete, (bring to an) 
end; f^or^bltng) close; (Xraftot) conclude; (Saan) 
contract; (9sger, Sifgn^abet) close, balance; • en 
^bel strike a bargain; -tet (part fe oof.) o se- 
parate, fixed; exclusive, -wing, -telfe c com- 
pleting etc., completion, -i- -telfpeb c exclusive- 
ness. 

ft'flnle vt unveU. -iitg c unveiling. 

ft fMHe vt blunt, deaden. 

ft'ffnuig e (tibe^elig @mag) tang, disagreeable 



taste: (Vtobb^beligbeb) distaste, disgust, dislike, 
disrelish; fsa . for take a dislike to; gioe en . 
for disgust one with, -enbe a unsavoury. 111 
-flavoured. 

ft'ffntalnenbc a tapering. 

ft ffntcitie vt melt, smelt (out, off), -ning c 
melting etc. 

ft'ffntergle vt rub el. grind with emery, glaze. 

ft'ffntigre vt en nt coax el. wheedle one out 

of St. 

ft ff møge vt slip off. 

ft f fntøae o»: bar -t has done smoking. 

ft'lfnotfc vt en nt talk one out of st; . en fra 
dissuade one from; — vi: ^or -t has done talk- 
ing. 

ft'ffne vii bet ^ar -t it snows no more. 

ft'ffnit n, pi «t, (af Q^irfel, «ue) segment; (af 
©og) section; (lib«») period; were appoint; fortif 
retrenchment, -te vt cut el. snip off. -ning c 
cutting off. 

ft ffno vt wind off. 

ftffnore vt measure el. mark off with a cord. 

ft'ffnorte vi: f^av -t has ceased snoring. 

ft'ffnnb|be vt curtail, cut short; (en) snub. 
-bet a curt, clipped, -betlieb e curtness. 

+ft ffnne fe «finorle. 

ft ffnnli)>e o. ft., fe ftffnubbe. 

ft'ffniylte vt en nt obtain st firom one by 
spunglng. 

+ft f fob [Tort aa] n decoction. 

ft'ffonjbre vt separate, divide; med secrete, 
secern; pAyt isolate; .. ftg sequester one's self, 
fra IBerben withdraw, retire, from the world. 
-brct a isolated, retired; leoe ~ live retired, lead 
a retired life, -bring e -er separation; secretion; 
isolation, sequestration, seclusion, privacy, re- 
tirement, withdrawal (from the world). — ftf» 
fonbrittgdinerbcr, -organer o. fl. secretory nerves, 
organs etc. 

ft 'f f on I e vt expiate, atone for; fe ftfflbbe. -ing 
c expiation, atonement, -ingdaltcr expiatory 
altar. 

ft 'f fortere vt separate; (fortere) sort. 

ft f fooe [aa] vi: Ijar -t has done sleeping. 

ft ffpabe vt pare off (with the spade): (fpabe) 
snade 

ft ffVarfc vt kick off. 

ft'Tf^cJIk vt reflect, mirror; . fiØ ^ reflected. 
•Ittø c reflection. 

ft'ffpitte vt play off; — vi: f^av -t has done 
playing. 

ft'ffliinbe vt spin off. 

ft'f f^ife vt eat (off); . en meb put one off with, 
amuse one with; — vi: f^at -ft has done eating. 

ft'fftilintre vt splinter off, break off in splin- 
ters. 

ft'fftiolle vt unspool, reel off; — w: bar -t has 
done spooling, -ing unspooling. 

ft'ffpring n, pi =, side spring; fig digression. 

ft ffiirnngen pan burst off. 

-Hft'ffpr«fle vi burst off. 

ft'ffprcrngic vt force off; blow off. -niiig c 
forcing etc.; met fe ftfbrænbing. 

ft'fflfrirtte vt rip off. 

ft 'ff pule vt ^ wash (down). 

ft'ffpornlbe vt unbuckle, unclasp; (93ue o. I.) 
unbend; Jtg unstring, -bing o unbuckling etc.; 
fi^ relaxation, unbending; med atony, -bt a, 
med atonic, unstrung. 

ft'ffporrlre vt block up, barricade; shut out, 
cut off; ØaOn) blockade, -ring c blocking etc. 
-ringdf^ftentet the prohibitive system, -ringø' 
ben til escape- valve. 

ft'fftaa vt resign, give up, yield up, cede, re 
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c transferability, -elfe e -t resigning etc., re- 
signation, rennnciation, relinquishment, (of Sanb) 
cession, -elfedfitm consideration, compensation. 

Vfftalble [langt a] vt divide into heaps. 

Vfftage tt stake off. 

V'fftaiitlme vi descend, spring, be descended; 
ffram be derived, -wetfc, -ninn c descent, nativ- 
ity, gram derivation. 

ft'ffiiiitb -e distance; i el. poa . at a distance; 
t lang .. at a long distance; t en - af at a dis- 
tance of; i liøe . equidistant; inb5l)rbe8 . distance 
apart; nteb en . af to Zommer meHent ^brr at inter- 
vals of two inches; ^olbe ftg i gob . fra nt give 
St a wide berth; ^olbe en i . make one keep his 
distance: Jig toge - fro keep aloof from. — «f» 
ftatib8|f{0iial ^ distant signal, -ttlnlel attr angle 
of elongation. 

Vffic'b [a] adv away, off; (freraob) on, forward; 
- meb big I get off, away with you, get you gone, 
make yourself scarce; Jeg moo ~ I must be off 
el. gone, F I am off; fomme « get off, be off; 
(+ B offtebfomme); lomme ~ meb get on with; 
nooT l^on funbe tomme . bermeb when he could 
manage it; aRatematifen funbe jeg ilte tomme . 
meb I could not away with mathematics; lomme 
gait el. ilbe . fiEire ill, get into a scrape, into hot 
water; tomme galt ~ meb get into mischief with; 
tage . leave; + ■> tage paa IBeje. -(omwe vt cause, 
occasion, work, bring on, bring about, be pro- 
ductive of. 

9l'ffteiit«ie vt (meb TOejfet) chisel off. 

Vfftentliite vi vote, (^emmelio) ballot, -ning 
c -er voting, (I $arlam.) division; (^emmelig) 
ballot; foette unber - put to the vote; tomme unbet 
-, ffribe til - come to the vote; foretage ~ (^atl.) 
divide; forlange ftriftlig . (oeb Salg) crave a poll. 
•iiittQftfaf division lobby. 

^'^fttmplU Tt stamp, cancel. -ling c stamping, 
cancelling. -linøSmævte cancelling stamp. 

Vfftit|Ie vt mark out, stake off, trace; (9Rut.) 
knock off; (aSin) rack off; (larb) cut; -8 ^ be 
unbent; — + r» = Stilte af. -lenbe a incongruous; 
(of gatoe) glaring, gaudy; /ig singular, excentrlc; 
bære . imob form a contrast to. -ler o -e detour, 
turn; (®a*ror o. I.) service-pipe; (i Xalen) digres- 
sion; gjøre en . til go round to. -niug c marking 
etc.; J, unbending. 

V'fftiti|e vt stay; (IBæg el. I.) shore up; (meb 
SRurooert) buttress. -tiiii|| [Tangti] o staying etc. 

Vfftøffe vt (et Unter) unship the stock of (an 
anchor). 

il'fftø)»4ie vt stop, cut off. 

Wmaå\U fig vr be reflected. -Hnø c reflexion. 

V'ffhriiffe vt punish, chastise, -ife c punish- 
ment, chastisement. 

Vffircgle [æ] vt mark off with lines; (liniere) 
rule; + = nnberftrege. -«ing marking etc. 

Vfftreffe vt sweep off, rub off. 
•^V'ffhreiigft a unstrung, unstringed. 

9'fftribe vt en nt contest el. dispute st with 
one. 

tC'fftrlfilc vt curry off; Jig (en) curry one's hide. 

SlffHrimle vt shred off. 



Vffttl^ge vt strike off, wipe away; (iRaaetnit)) 
trap; (^ot) clean and polish; (røaal) strike (level); 
(male ferfle (Bang) prime; . en ^l^rftille strike a 



match, -mcjfcl spectacles. — Slfftr^gniitg [langt tj] 
c striking etc. — tifflrtg n lead-scum. 

•K'fftiibbe fe «fftubfe, «fftumpe. 

V'f^ttbfie vt crop, clip, cut off, dock, curtail, 
(Iræer, i Xoppen) poll; et -et Xtoe) a pollard. 
-itliig c cropping etc. 

9i')ftnmp\t vt curtail, dock, truncate; Jig (flat») 
blunt, dull, -clff -niag c curtailing etc., cur- 
tailment. 



Vfftlirte vt shoot (out). 

«'ff»««e vt cUp (wings). 

8l'fil«tigje vt shut off, cut off; (ftænge) lock, 
bolt, bar. -itiitg c shutting etc. -ittiigdtrait 
stop-cock. 

tCfftirbne fe «fla))pe. 

9l'fftob|c vt cast, found, -itiitg [longt ø] c -er 
casting etc.; oøner cast. 

il'f^ble vt thrust off, knock off, break ofif. 
-ning [langt ø] o knocking etc. 

Vfft^tte vt shore, prop up. 

Vffløble vt dust, -ning [langt ø] e dusting. 

tt 'f fugle vt suck out; (pooe) ingraft by approach, 
inarch, -ning [langt u] o sucking etc.; Inarchiner, 
t ablactation. 

Vffbaje vt bevel. 

«'ffbale xt fe «Ifløle. 

SI'ffbilbe, Kffbie v% singe off, scorch, parcb; 
(om ftvfXi) blight, blast, -bning [langt ij c singe- 
ing etc. 

«I'ffbirc vi\ ^at -t has made an end of liis 
revels. 

Vffb0bl|c [langt QLfi\ vt sulphur (well); desal- 
phurate. -ing c sulphuring etc.; desuIphuratloD . 

Vffbcrrgr vt abjure, forswear, renounce. -Ife 
c abjuration, renunciation. 

flffbomne vi\ Qietne ^abe -t the bees have 
swarmed for the last time; Jig ^an ^r -t he has 
done with his day-dreams; he hias sown his wild 
oats. 

K'ffUbe fe «ffoge. 

«Iffb'ne fe @i)n. 

tt'ffbngie xt sing; — vi\ ^ -t has done sing- 
ing, -clfe, -ning c singing. 

V'ffbdle vi\ \fix -t has finished his work. 

Sl'ffirb|c vt soap, -ning [langt æ] c soaping. 

91'ffalbe vt sift away. 

«'ffftnlle vt sink, -ning c -et sinking. 

«'ff«t [fort æ] n, vl -=, fe «ffat«. - «ffottite 
xt (fra (tmbebe) remove, dismiss, discard, dis- 
charge, deprive of office, (ftonge) depose, de- 
throne; (fælge) dispose of. sell, put off, ^an tan 
itte ~ bet he cannot find a sale for it; (9Rærfe 
0. I.) leave; (^OiSi ftort) mark out, lay down, 
^ prick; cAtr amputate, cut off; cAem deposit; 
t\fp set up; (dfagt) station, -ning o sale; amputa- 
tion; sediment, deposit; -f fe tlffatS; itir sequestra- 
tion; ^be, finbe ^ sell; ftnber let .. sells readily; 
ftnber frembele« gob . remains in fiivour; ^n ^ac 
megen . paa fine ftlæbeborer his cloths sell well, 
have a large sale, are in great demand, -ningft« 
ømraabe, -ningftficb market, -tclig (og affcet'teiig) 
a removable; saleable, vendible, marketable, 
merchantable, -teligl^eb c removability; ealeable- 
ness. -tclfe o removal, deprivation of office; 
deposition, dethronement; (foreløbig) suspension; 
making etc.; amputation. 

tl'ff^fiis ^^ search; mil reconnoitre, -ning. 
[langt ø] o search(ing); reconnaissance. 

«'ffølbning c (of SiD) desilverizing. 

K'f førge 17« : ^ar -t has left off mourning. 

Vftagle vt take off; . en $let take out a stain; 
^ en Sorte, et Sinb remove a wart, a bandage; 
(portræt) ie Xoge of; — vi fall off, decay, decrease, 
decline, be impaired, (om @t)gbom, Wnb) abate; 
beb -nbe 9Raane when the moon is in her wane; 
-nbe @øm graduated hem. -dfe c taking etc.. 
removal, -en c falling off, decrease, decline, 
diminution; i - on the decline, -cnbe n decrease, 
wane; Vtaanen er i .. the moon is in her wane; 
Jig b«re i .. be in the wane, -ning [langt a] e 
fe -elfe; (i «ott) cut. 

il ftatlte vt discharge, dismiss, (Regiment o. t.) 
disband, -telfe, -ning c discharge, disbanding. 

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tjoiefte (on SM^ipb) in ordinary, -ting c un- 
rigglo? etc. 

Vffalerf agree npon, appoint, concert, arrange; 
-It DiBbe appointment, rendezvons; bet bar ft -It 
S^ it was a done thing between thorn, a con- 
ceited piece of acting. — 9lft«If e -r agreement, 
tppofntment; bet er fti • that is a bargain; brt 
MT ine -n that is not in the contract; efter . as 
agreed upon; trsffe . om agree on, om at agree 
to; gfie . neb en (on at ttaffe«) make an appoint- 
ment with one: tri nobteø efter . we met by ap- 
pointment eL (efter -n) according to our appoint- 
ment. 

X'ftaft rrongt a] part fe «ftale oø «ftalle. 

«'fta«|p|e, -Mi«g fe Vfpn^øle. 

t'fta|p|)ie vt draw (off), tap, (paa plaffer) bottle; 
-t pi bottled beer, -titiig o -er drawing etc., 
draught. 

fl'fiegit n^ pi ms^ (i £l)r9 Sfarbe) conspicuous 
mark, stain. — «fteaitlf or draw, delineate. 
-iti e -cr drawing, deUneation; fe Vfteøn (i %xct) 
curL wave. 

flfteit e -et evening, night; j)0€t (og om Hftenen 
fft^eOiaboø eDei anben fortientet Seøtoen^eb) eve; 
3iile . Christmas-eve, 9{Dtoar9 . new-year s-eve, 
n for 6laøet oeb tBatexIoo the eve of the battle 
of W.; en . one evening; en af be forQe -er one 
of these evenings; Siteti . the evening r(. vale 
of hfe; 00b « good evening; bet lalfer ab . even- 
ing draws nigb, it is getting dark; I .. tonight, 
this evening; i 92orøen . to-morrow evening; 
i(9ttr)fffteft last night, yesterday evening, over- 
n^ht; i ^orøaorS UfteS the night before last; 
nob . towards evening; on en in the evening, 
of an evening; fra SRoraen til . from morning 
to el. till night; bet et Zib at fpife til . it is supper 
time el. time for supper; b^be en til . invite one 
to rapper; blioe oø fpife til . stav supper; ^oab 
8él m ^e til . (S)? what shall we have for 
tupper? ub poa -en late in the evening; beb -8 
Zio towards evening. — 9lfteii|aiibaflt evening- 

ryers pi. -«»i« fe -Mob. i'håttt fe ^laøøermu»; 
Vatraon. -Iclttdttiiig evening light. •Icftg 
evening visit. -Mat n, poet blue evening sky. 
-Ilak evening paper. -iUbe evening shower. 
-Nrb fe Øftenftbotb. -M« evening prayer; fe 
-«ibagt. -ciffd evening circle. •Irit evening 
drink, -^«g evening dew. -f øker evening fodder. 
•ftgl fe -fMrtmer. -f^be evening meal, -gang 
evening walk. -gubStjeitellf evening service el. 
prayen. -gorfl evening guest, -bimmel evening 
Iky. -Iipllc evening rest, -fløtte evening beD, 
curfew, -tøfl supper. -trebS evening circle. 
•tMlbe evening cold, -tøling cool of the evening. 
-lanbftoli evening landscape. Kftcntia o evening; 
nightly. flftenJfMft evening air. -(itftning even- 
ing breeze. -I^fligoeb evening merriment, -manb 
one who keeps late hours, -f-niat a drowzy (in 
theevening). -weMnefte fe -manb. -weSfe evening 
service, vespers, -mnfit evening music. -««It 
evening milk, -«»be night-sitting, -«urfc 
^k of the evening, -rrg« evening rain, -røbe 
« (-Htøbt «) evening-red, evening sky. -falme 
evening hymn, -fang even-nong, afternoon ser- 
viee. Sfiendborb supper (uble). Sftenfelflab, 
tftciltilbc evening party, -fløte evening school. 
tftraåføft fe aftenloft. mftenlftnmring evening 
twilight, dusk of the evening; -ftbggr evening 
thadow. -{I«rr evening-tints p{. tlfieit9waaltib, 
Iftenlmab evening meal, supper; barn - meat- 
tea, ftftenlfol evening sun. setting ^un. -fowmer- 
fløt fe -fptmner. -fpife supper, •ftemuing eveu- 
ing mood; (Wafeti) evening tone. Hftrndtib 
^eoing, eventide. Vftenlftjeme evening star, 
Hesperus; fe Stotbiof. -flttMb evening, -fbaie, 
-fbaiing fe -tolinø. Vf tenSbotfcI one day's notice. 



SIfteitlfbomner hawk-moth, Sphinx, -time even- 
ing hour, -tut evening walk, -ttnberllotbtting 
eveningCs) entertainment; evening party; nufl« 
lalft « musical evening, -bagtftttb evening gun. 
-binb evening wind. 

ttfter 0, min residue, tail, tailings. 

V'ftigge tt en nt obtain st of one by begging. 

•«'ftftiet part .= «ftoet. 

V'tlinge vt fe «Ifprutte. 

V'ftleiie vt work out; . fin fBcemepliøt serve 
one's time as a soldier; —vt: ^r -nt has served 
his time. 

91ft« I e9 vd draw towards evening; bet beatjnber 
tibliø at . evening sets In early, -ing e twilight; 
p s «ften. 

• fto vt wash (off). -«Ife e, -iting c -et wash- 
ing, ablution. 

V'ftørbitc vi: bet ^at -t the thunder has ceased. 

9l'ftrap|pet a SRur built in corbie steps, Satte 
terraced, -uing c terrace. 

V'ftrøbfe vt en nl bully one out of st. 

if 'ftrue vt en nt extort st trom one by threats. 

tl'fttbgle vt en nt obtain st from one by sup- 
plications. 

il'ftt^t n, pi ■", impression, print, copy; (fat» 
ftilt) - of reprint firom. -te vt (tttjttc ub) press 
out, express (of of, from); (tttjfte) print, take off 
an impression of; (€eøl) impress; bee et tun -ft 
faa StSenplatet a few copies only have been 
printed; -!t eftet reprinted ftom; -. et ©ebat pull 
the trigger of a gun. -tet c -e trigger, -tiiiig o 
expression; printing, impression. 

n'ftrabe vt (ttabe IH) tread off; (ftattæbe) sur 
render, yield, resign, give up, retire ft^omj — 
vi (trsfte flø tilbaøe) withdraw, retire; ben -nbe 
Officer the relieved officer; en -nbe Qhnbebdmanb 
a retiring officer. -Ife c treading off; withdrawal, 
resignation, cession. -IfeiSbftvclfe place of call» 
occasional office, (one's) room In town. 

«'ftr«t n, pi -», (f. «t«. for Woø) outlet; tw. 
proof, pull; fe -tet. -te vt (ttæfte of) pull off, 
draw off; typ throw off, strike off; (meb 8") draw- 
flle, (9ø«fej file; (Sorb o. I.) smooth (with the 
spoke-shave); (Waøetnib'i set; (Ur) set right, min 
measure; (ftabtage) deduct, -tet e -e trigger. 
-tetblit trigger-plate, -iiiiig o -et pulling etc. 

8l'ftt«rne vt work off by drudgery. 

«'ftrfttte vt fe «fbilputete, «ffitibe. 

fli'ftnbe vi : |ar -t has done whining, piping. 

V'ftnffe vt en nt obtain st trom one by barter. 

tf'fttttie vt roll up in paper. 

tl'f tbiiige vi en nt extort el. wring st firom one, 
fe Vfnsbe. -Ife c extortion. 

-i-tt'ftbifie fe «fbiSputete, 9Iffhribe. 

Vftbcrtlte vt wash off; Jiff blot out. -uing o 
washing (off), ablution. 

«ftlylbe vt pour off. 

V'ftieøt annual allowance or pension reserved 
by one who surrenders his real property to his 
heir; boere poa > receive an „Qftæøt". — SftaøtSI« 
gibet one who pays ^Hftsøt". -bolig, -l|tt8 house 
of: -foil, -moitb, -tone people, man, woman, 
who receive an ^«ftæøt". 

fl'ftfftlte tt unroof, -uing e unroofing. 

9l'ft<rll(e et count oft (bSéforehand). -ing c 
counting off. 

aftOEtle vt, -ing e fe «Ifmaøte. 

8l'ftdrrft|e vt thrash (off); — vi: f^at -et has 
finished thrashing, -uing c thrashing. 

9l'ft0 vi thaw off; bet ^t -et the thaw hasceased. 

fl'ftøitje vt unbridle, -ing o unbridling. 

fl 'f tøjre vt tether off. 

V'ftømlme vt empty, -ning o emptying. 

«I'ftøttjc vt wipe up el. off. -ing c wiping etc. 

fl'fbabft |e vt wash off. -uing o washing, ablu- 
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St'fuaitble vt drain, -iiifi c draining. 

Vfuane c disuse; faa ~ tt(, tomme i . meb get 
ouc of the habit of. SlfOiittt a meb disosed to, 
out of the habit of. 

H'fttej c -e wrong way; tomme paa e (ogfaa >iflr) 
go astray, go wrong, get off the right path; f»re 
paa. -e mislead, misguide. 

9'foclie vt weigh off (and set aside), weigh; 
(nioeuere) level; fij (Ocb o. I.) weigh; (mob ^in- 
onben) balance, poise, -ning c weighing etc. 

%f»e|'cti adv fe Sei. 

V'foetdlle vi change, vary, alternate; - meb at 
(æie og Itrtoe read and write by turns; IBjcerge og 
^ale ^ meb ^tnanben mountain and valley sue 
ceed each other alternately; — vt vary, -(enbe 
a changing etc., alternate, various, (om fianbftab 
0. I.) diverslfled; ^ alternate; ^ fRim alternate 
rhymes; ~ fiptfe various el. varying fortune el. 
success; . meb relieved by; — adv alternately, 
by turns. -ling c. -er (Omffiftnlng) alternation; 
(Soronbting) change, variation, variety; bringe 
- i give variety to, relieve (the monotony el. 
sameness oQ; til en -, for en -« Sfljlb by way of 
variety, for a change; - frabet variety is charming, 

9'fvenbe vt avert, prevent; - fta en avert from 
one; . f^oitet fra betS %tonab seduce the people 
from their allegiance. -Ife c averting etc., pre- 
vention; (fjertet«) alienation, estrangement. 

9('fDettte vt wait el. stay for, abide, wait to 
see; m«f -nbe^e^anbiingSmaabe expectation, expec- 
tant treatment el. medicine. 

*'f*lø|c ^ (breje of, fteje ub) swerve, depart, 
deviate, diverge; (Ⱦre uoterenSftemmenbc) differ 
(fra from), disagree (with), vary, -elfe o -r 
swerving etc., deviation, departure; difference, 
disagreement: (ftompoSfet«) variation; art devia- 
tion; a»t aberration, -ning [langt i] ^ departure. 
•tc a, def last; flbft ~ last past. 

Vfl»it|(c vt unroll, unwind; - en forretning 
wind up el. settle a business, -(ing c unrolling 
etc.; settlement el. winding up of a business. 

91'fOiitbe vt win el. gain from; • nt 3ntcrc«fe 
make st Interesting. 

9('f»{itbe vt unwind, wind off, reel off. 

tt'ftiinge vt take off the wings (from the seeds 
of the flr-tree). 

W'foifc vt (en) refuse one admittance, turn one 
off, send one away, send one about his business; 
(iOegoettng) reject, dismiss; (^eft^lbnina) repudiate; 
(BeMel) dishonour; jur (en ^aaftanb) overrule, 
(?lnttage) throw out (a bill), (en Sag) dismiss (a 
cause); ~ meb gforagt scout; ^an laber flg itle • 
he won't be rebuffed; blioe -ft (meb en Ulage) be 
nonsuited, »tvifttu) c -e spur-post, guard-iron. 
-er(»«rl) dolphin (before the pier of a bridge). 

9('folfI|e vt wipe, dust (off el. away); - en Sta* 
non sponge a cannon, -ning c wiping etc. 

9(-fDldne vi wither, fall off. 

S'foidlitiiig [langt t] c -er dismissal, rejection; 
repadiation; rebuff, -ningdbønt nonsuit, -nittgd* 
grttnb exception. 

ft'ftfofde vi: ^ar -t Is full-grown. 

9I'f»ribif vt (f. «t8. »anb) wring out; («ten o. I.) 
wrench off. -nittg [langt i] c wringing etc. 

-^3^ fi»rf fte vt fe §taori]w. 

9l'fti<ri|ne [langt æ] vt disarm, -ning e dis- 
arming, disarmament. 

S'foftlte vt roll off, tumble off. be fanbt @tenen 
-t fra (Srabrn they found the stone rolled away 
from the sepulchre; - en ©eft^lbning exonerate 
one's self from a charge. 

9('fl>ftnnf vt disaccustom, disuse, wean (fta. 
meb from); man maa fao ^am -nt fta (meb) ben 
@tit he must be broken of that habit; ban ^ar 
albcle« nt fig meb at britle he has quite left off 
<lrlnkiDg. -Ife c disuse, weaning, breaking. 



9'ftiirrge vt ward off, parry; fia (of»enbe) avert, 
(fot^mbte) prevent. -If c c warding off etc., pre- 
vention. 

-i-9l'f9nbe vt disfigure, spoil the beauty of. 

V fæbe vt eat off. 

91 fanlbre ot alter, modify, -bring o -ec altera 
tion, modification. 

9f«'rc{i8 c apher'esls. 

Vfoeflle vt (en nt) iexact, demand, require (st 
from one), -ning c exaction, demand. 

9 'f ft tf c vt remove by caustics. 

V ftfjf vt lade, ladle e(. dip out; (9anb af 9aab) 
bale el. scoop out. -ning [langt ø] c ladling etc. 

9ga)>an'tl)ttd c agapanthus, AfHcan lily. 

«g«'t c -ct ag'ate; fort - jet; i«Ianbfl - obsidian, 
-tror agate- wood. 

9lga be c -r agave. -fiant)i pita. 

9lge vi drive, ride (in a carriage), •slide; — 
vt drive; ben -nbe $ofl the mall-coach, ••••ftc 
coasting hill, t-brott seat of a waggon, t-^ør 
cart-gateway. t-f«rc wheeling, t-b^nbe cushion 
for the seat of a carriage. t-l«ft cart-load, wag- 
gon load. 

9gen'bc c r agenda, ritual. 

SIgent' c et a'gent. -n'r c -et a'gency. -tt'r» 
førretnfng agency-business. 

*ger c -gte field; t ridge; coll fe -lanb; 6i6/ gif 
^en, ben eite paa fin ., ben aiiben til fit ^øbmanbftab 
went their ways, one to his farm and another to 
his merchandize, »ftrug agriculture, husbandry, 
farming, tillage; concr farm, farming business. 
-brnger husbandman, agriculturist, tiller. -Ibmgd- 
temi 0. ft , fe -bQttningS'. -bnnb soil. 

9(gerbo)>)ier pi valonia. 

9gerb9rt|enbe a agricultural; . got! agricul- 
tural nation, nation of husbandmen, -er agri- 
culturist, -ning agriculture. -ningSberetnlnn 
agricultural report. -ningStemi agricultural 
chemistry, -ningdiftre art el. science of agri- 
culture, -ningmbflab farming implement, 
-ningdfelffai agricultural society, -ningdbibeit' 
ffab fe -ning«l(ere. 

9(ge're vt Sl i act, play; jur plead; mil operate; 
- Sanbraanb play the farmer; - ^ojmobig play the 
magnanimous. 

9lger|fl9 dart, Agrotit. *-|l«t fe -plet. -fnre 
furrow, -goad bean goose, Awer arvenn$. »tftnt 
partridge, Perdix. fe lønbefnette. -l)«nefar»et a 
partridge-coloured, -^«uetr« partridge tree; 
-wood. -^ønS partridges. -Jorb fe -lanb. -Inai 
charlock {S inapt« arvenaia; Raphanu« raphani- 
ttnim), wild cabbage, Brasiica campettri«, -lank 
arable land. «-lap fe plet. Mø fe ^ieile. -lok 
lot of arable land. 

Sgerntaanc c ag'rimony, Affrimonia. 

9lgfr|ntar( field, piece of arable land, -nton 
fe -lanb. -nine field-mouse, Arvicola agrenti«. 
-ntttnte com mint, Mentha arvewU. 

ngem n, pl^^k *et acorn, -l^at calix el. cup 
of the acorn, -(affe acorn coffee, -ølle nnt-olL 
-fntter querclte. 

9lger|iilet little patch of arable land, -ra« 
field robbery, -ranuntel corn crow-foot, Ranun- 
cuiu9 arventit. -ren balk, head-land, -renbe 
drain. *r{tfte fe iBagtettonge. -rebning clearing, 
•r^g (highest part of a) ridge, -fennep charlock, 
Sinapit arventit. -ffel field-boundary, t-ffiftf 
parcel of arable land, -fnegl common slug, .6«- 
tnax. -fnerle corn-bind, uonvoloolut arventit. 
•ftenfrø corn gromwell, Lithotpermun oroente. 
-fnntp slough, •-telg ridge, -tlbfel corn sow- 
thistle, Gircium aroenne. -ngle dart, Aorotit. 
-nib fe ftætulb. -banbing irrlgatlou (of fields). 
-«r* field pea, Pimm aroente. 

tttgelflol seat of a waggou. t-t«| vehicle. 

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Sfl|rrg«'t n -et ag'urregate. -(iø'iii)førni, -til' 
Irak state d. conditioa of matter. 

flgflftifi» a agKres'sive. 

lifi agio Vølott'ge e a'giotage, stock- 
jobbing. VøUUr c -re stock-jobber. 

flgitfaHøii e agita'tion. -atør o o'tet agi- 
tator, -e're «/ & » agiute, stir up the public 
mind, make a stir, raise a movement; « for fine 
tteninper agitate one's views. 

•^Sgle VI stagger, reel. 

ftfB n bait; fætte . paa bait. 

IttM't o -er ag'nate. -iff a agnatic. 

ft|a|e ri bait, -gff bait fish. -|ofb (*-laIb) 
btrb. -Rfto bait-box. -mart fe Sanbomi; Kegti' 

OTH. 

*lf«ør c -er barb. 

*tttB|fr«f fe eiaomuftliiig. -tiae fe -tifie. 

tgr«f 0. Hgraffe c -fer clasp, brooch. 

ftfrswa'iier pi ornamental lace-work. 

Igrt'rifl a agrarian. 

ftgreaiekft' n -9 accessory. 

ftgritaUK't e agriculture, -trati fe «gerbt^rf' 

ftgrølBi'm e -er agriculturist, -vømi' o science 
of agriculture. -Hi 'miff a agricultural. 

Vgt e (^enflgt) intention, purpose, design; 
(Cpmorffom^) attention, care; (9(gtelfe) esteem, 
enimaaon; gioe . paa pay attention to, attend 
u>, take heed of, heed, mind; gib .! attention! 
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idUl tage i . take care of; toge fig i . take care, 
have a care, take heed (for or); tag big i ~ ! (bar> 
jlsnibe) have a care! have at you! beware! look 



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animation of. -tar a respectable. 

tgte vt ((oaøe %Rcetle til) mind, heed, regard, 
»ttcnd to; (bife «gtdfe) respect, reverence; (^olbe 
fn) regard, consider; agt mine Orb mind my 
«ords; . ^jt think much of; . ringe think el. 
make light of, joo think st small potatoes; ^ 
-c bet iire ea S>øit bcerb he does not value it a 
straw; ^n -r bet for ingen Zina he makes nothing 
of it; Ivor -r ^ »em ben? where are you going? 
^ -r fig til Ron he is going to Rome; — ot ~ at 
intend, propose to; . paa attend to, heed. %%• 
tttfe e respect, regard, esteem, deference: bane, 
bate . før have a regard for; ^n ^r tabt nn . 
be has lost his character; ftaffe fig . make one's 
»elf respected: meb - i)ere« yours respectfully; 
out megen .. youis most respectfully; af . for 
S^tcae in deference to the laws. 

Vgteaiffar ptxpp ^ abaft; . tbær« abaft the 
beam, -frt adv from astern, -øm praep astern of. 

flgter a k ado 4, aft, after, abaft, astern; -ft 
aftermost, aftmost, (ubenfor @libet) stemmost; 
M -fke 6lib the stemmost el. rearmost ^hip; bet 
9001 til -i for el. meb ^m he Is going down hill. 
•Ifsg crutch, -bel hind-part. -b«f atter-deck. 
•eher orfv aft. -eitbe stem, -flag ensign, -før* 
tstaiag. -fofle stem-Cast, -gafier pi afterguard. 
•loiBb; 4, i . at the tail-end; fia bare i -en be 
Inarrear. -|att ^ after-hood. -Inb a<<o «^ fh>m 
ootem. -la^Pl^e companion, -taflel (iRumoe) po- 
Keriors. -lanterBe stem light, -lafl after-hold. 
•SiBb (€Iib) rear-ship, -øtier tute astern. -)»art 
»fter-body. -rn» fe -lafl. -falo« after saloon. 
'fell afterHialL -ffari^eit the run of a ship, -ffib 
»fter-body. -f>e|l siern. -f^ill main capstan. 
miBg fe -foefle. -fla»B stem, -fting back-sUich. 
•Mile (p. ftanon) reinforce. -ftocbB stem-post. 
•UnpBitBie sterason. 'ftmpuåpaa\a% false-post, 
-fcbe stem-sheets, -tø» stem- fast. -trap|iecom 
panion ladder, -»b adv astem; fejle . leave 
ostem, fio distance, leave behind. 



fgtlpatgiBeBbe a mindful, attentive. 
gibeBHb c attention, heedfblness. 



-f sm a heed 



fhl, mindful, careful, attentive. -føm|eb e care- 
fulness, heedfulness, attention, -tuer'big a estim- 
able, respectable. -Hdrr'bigbeb o estimableness, 
respectableness, respectability. 

VgBrt' c -cr cucumber, (mtnbre) gherkin, (e)» 
falat sliced cucumber; ^bab forftoar Ssnber fig 
bao .? that Lb caviar to the general, -art fe 
iBorago. 

figttt'i c flgou'ti, Datyprocta. 

91$! ah! oh! «U'! aha! 

tlf|aiBC'r«9 Ahasuerus. 

SM c hardpan. 

M^me fe amt. 

Eljorm e maple, Acer; aim. ~ sycamore, mock 
plane, A. pteudotdatctnu»; tanbblabet • Norway 
maple, A. plattnoide«. -fatter maple-sugar. 

Vidret'te c -r egret. 

ttltle c liquid manure. 

Eid n, ihu§ A sharp, -id n A double sharp. 

føar nub abreast of. 

SioBme're vt adjourn. 

%V ! alas ! alack ! alackaday ! at ia ! (8ut) heigh 
•ho! 

Mta'dt c -r acacia; (Xræfort, af uægte -., fe 
Robinie) locust. 

Stabeimi' n -er acad'emy. -'mijter c -e acad'- 
emist. academ'ic. -'miffaacadem'ic(a1); .Sorger 
univmity man; . iBorgerbreb certiflcate of ma- 
triculation; > Sannelfe (a) university education, 
-mi fl' c -er pupil of an academy. 

tUam'tliBd e brankursine, bear's breech, (ogfaa 
oreA) acanthus. 

tS'taBet a awkward, clumsy; —adv awkwardly; 
precipitately, helter-skelter*. 

St ceat' e -er ac'cent. -U9 a unaccented, -ae're 
vt accent', accent'uate; /ig lav stress upon, em- 
phasize; mw accentuate, mark, . for ftoerlt over- 
mark. -BBtio% -ne'ring e accentua'tion. 

fltcc^t' o -er acceptance; fenbe ti( . send for 
acceptance, -tnt' e er acceptor, -bag day of 
acceptance, -c're vt (CefSel) accept, honour, pay 
due honour to; Jig ac(«pt: -t Setlel acceptance; 
er birben -t has had due attention, met due 
honour; ^ere« Xratte bleb itte -t acceptance of 
vour draft was refused, your bill was dis- 
honoured. 

Vtced'Ifit n second best premium, prozlme 
accessit, -fø'riff a ao'cessory. 

VtcibCBd' & n -er pkil ac'cident; mw acci- 
dental; pi (Sportier) perquisites, -artefbe ^p 
Jobbing, piece work, -ffttter compositor paid 
by the day. -trl|tfer Job-printer. 

Stci'fe c excise. -(etfeBt excise officer, excise- 
man, -(ob excise office, -fri a free of excise. 
-fri^eb exemption fh>m excise. -|ifigtig a liable 
to excise, -febbel permit. 

Sfctci'e columbine, culver-key, Aquilegia 
vulonrui. 

«Hnc9||«f Achilles' heel, -fene AchUles' 
tendon. 

mtter c fe «lætfpmt. 

tlttlamatiSB e acclamation. 

)iftlimBtife'r|eo<aocli'mate,accli'matize. -ing 
acclimation, acclimatisa tion, acoli'mature. 

Vftommsbe're vt accom'modate. 

Vftom)pagn|e re vt accom'pany. -at^'r. -ifl' o 
•er accom panist. -emrnt' n -er accom'paniment. 

Sftorb' -er agreement, bargain, compromise; 
muå chord, gore . om make an agreement about; 
gare . meb fine ftrebitorer compound el. make a 
composition with one's creditors; arbeibe paa el. 
i .. work by the Job; ubbbbe i « offer on con- 
tract; obertoge i . contract for, imdertake by 
contract, in the lump; fio gaa baa ~ meb make 
terms with, compound with; -enft 9(anb ttie spirit 
of compromise. Vttorbant' e -er compounder. 



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Vttørb|ar(e|be task-work, pieoe-work. Job. -cv* 
(cjbcr piece-hand, -e're v« (om) agree (on), 
bargain (for); (meb ftrebitorer om) compound for. 
Stfør'bioil n acoo'rdion. «Ilivbftfgmbc fe «Hlof 
bant. 

Etftcbi|te'rc vt (Q^efanbt, ffonful) accredit; M«ro 
^ en (ol open a credit for one with, -ti'» n -n 
letter of credit. 

Eftnra't a exact, ao'curate, (om $erfon) pre- 
dse, punctual; — adv (netop) exactly, precisely. 
Just so. Et(«ratci'fe a accuracy; punctuality. 

Etlnf 'a|ti» o -er the aocu'sative (case), -to'rtff 
a accusatory. 

Etrota't c -et ac'robat. -iff a acrobatic. 

SHronta'ltiff a achromatic. -tU'nte c achro'- 
matism. 

UUo'pnt^ n the Acrop'olis. 

«» n, d/ =, ear. ^ spike; »(p. ««flie) bit; 
ftaa i ~ be in ears; fætte . ear, set ears; fanle . 
glean. -Ilomt spicate flower, -bmiielfe earing. 
•bonitet a spiciform. 

Elde c axis; ^ rachis. 

Sltde|l|iti ^ glume, -f rani wreath consisting 
of ears of com. 

SItdel c -nier (6lulber) shoulder; {paa ft(æbninø) 
shoulder piece. 

Xtdel c -leiec (til ^jul o. f. t>.) axle, axle-tree; 
(p. Wailine) shaft, -arm axle-tree arm. 

VtdeKaanb shoulder ribbon, shoulder knot. 

fitdelbebftoelfe shaft-motion. 

Etdellten shoulder bone. -lUb shoulder blade, 
^ stipule; meb -e stipulate; uben -e exstipulate. 

Xticliblit cramp-iron, -(ølt gudgeon. 

Etdelibrnb fracture of the shoulder bone. 

Xtielodrr beam-tree berry, -r^ii, -tr« beam- 
tree, Sorbwi aria. 

UtitlfBt a broad-shouldered. 

Vtdelaavg shaft-alley. 

Etdelfaeliønig shoulder-belt, scarf. 

WM\iM neck of the shaft. -|oIber guiding 
-plate. 

%tM^nU armpit. 

fltåe(iftrii clout. 

MHtitMht short doak. 

«tdelUobd axle-bar. 

Vtieltlftbe amice. 

XtdcOager plummer-block. 

«tdeOeb shoulder joint. 

«MelllebniBg shafting. 
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Iioiibe shaft-brass. 



Etietlrcm fe -øebcenø. 

SItdclirivg axle-hoop, -mm shaft-trunk, -ffati 



XtdellfVierf fe -gebæng. -f «or shoulder-strap, 
-f^lielb gusset, -lliaet a ^ axillary, -fl^llc 
shoulder- piece, -fiirrl fe -før. 

UUtl\iip gudgeon, -ton» victual market, -tvor 
axle-tree; timber fit for axles. 

«tdeombrclning rotation. 

Etdelfaiitcr gleaner, -faiifiiiiig gleaning. -fVdrø 
beard (of an ear). 

nmiipptt (^Raftine) header. 

%mt vt shoulder; fe «(K«Ie. 

«t«pilBi«8 e fe «fftefantning. 

Eft c -et act, solemnity, ceremony; (i etnefpil) 
act; jur -er papers. 

SItft [t «[^t] : fætte i ØHgenit . put under the ban 
of the Empire. 

fittie -c share; stock, (forffeQige 6Iag«) stocks 
pi, fia credit, -haut Joint-stock bank. -e|er fe 
-^oer. «foretageiibe Joint-stock enterprise, -li«»' 
bel dealing in shares. -|a«blev share-dealer, 
-laber e -e shareholder. 'ttipUaX share capital, 
joint-htock. -morgfer stock-broker, -felffal Joint- 
stock company. -f|»ctit(a«t stock-jobber. -\pt' 
(«lation stock-Jobbing. 



Eftit'ii e -et ac'tion; jur criminal prosecution. 
-c're vt prosecute, -or'r e -er fe VrntlfOMt. 

Elti'b a ac'tive; i . Zjenefte in active servioe, 
on the active list. — 01'tib n, trr the aoUve 
(voice); mere property; -ec assets pi; -er og 9ai* 
floet assets and debts, debts due and owing, 
debts active and passive. Eltibite't e activ'ity; 
fætte i . put in activity, in action. 

Ettmieifig a documentarv. 

Vltor 'e -o'ret counsel for the prosecution. 
Vttora't n prosecution. 

Ettri'ce c -t actress. 

Ettfl^rtc n document. 

tUtnlalitc't o actuality, present interest, »m't 
-et actuary, -et' a actual, present. 

%Ue'x e -et ac'tor, player. 

Xtnfllif' c acous'tics pi. -'iter o -e aooustio'lan. 
-'iff a acoustic; 6alen et tilftebiflWenbe i . ^en« 
feenbe the acoustics of the hall are satls&ctory. 

VtuV a acu'te; — e the acute accent. 

il(ba|mari'ii e aqua marina, aqua marine, 
-rel' water-colours; painting el. drawing in 
water-colours; eoncr water-colour drawing. -rcI« 
malcr water-colourist. -'ri«m n -tier aquarium, 
•bit' a kind of gin or whiskey. 

%V a all; - »etben all the world, the whole 
world; boob i al »etben flal ieg gste what on earth 
shall 1 do? . ben 6tnnb in as much as; |an |at 
. (mulig) llatfag til at he has every reason to; 
of ^ 9Ragt with might and main; meb .. Wet with 
perfect Justice; til ~ Sbttt by grreat ffood luck, 
as good luck would have it; iiben . Zoiol with- 
out a doubt; uben .. Ønuib without a show of 
reason, without any reason whatever; i . 6til< 
beb (very) quietly; ftemfot -t above all, of all 
things; -t all, everything; -t oe( obetoejet all 
things considered; fotmoa -t ^o« en be all in all 
with one, have great influence with one; mit -t 
my all; ftani et og -t his all in all, all in all 
with him; i et og -t entirely, to all Intents and 
purposes; f-t) i -t altogether, all told; -t anbet 
enb anything but; -t |oab ieg ejet my all; -t (Engelfl 
everything English; naat -t tommet til -t after 
all. after all is said, when all comes to all, 
(when) all (is) said and done, in the end; meb 
t bet for all that; meb -t bet at ^n notwithstand- 
ing that he, for all his -Ing; |an et meb til -t 
nothing comes amiss to him (fe ogfaa flit adv); 
-U (dOe iRenneftet) all, everybody; -le og enbber 
everybody, each and all, (^oemfomiel^) anybody; 
-le anbte everybody else; Oi -le all of us, we all; 
-le tte all three, the whole three; -le fom en one 
and all, all and sundry, (all) to a man; -le Stanb 
every man; -le flRanb op ! «L all hands ahoy ! en 
fot -le og -le fot en Jointly and separately. 

*Ef e heart-wood, duramen. 

«HI c -et (a kind of primitive) one-horse 
plough. 

«I o fe %ffi. 

SllatafI' alabaster. 

Sllagner re e fe Øuette. 

ttllamo'biff a fashionable, modish. 

Xlamb e chavender, chub, Oyprinu» eepkolu». 

Eia'ver pi Alani. 

Elam e ^ elecampane, scab-wort. Inula He- 
lenium. -bin elecampane wine (o. fi.) 

VUrm' o (fiorm) noise, tumult, racket, uproar, 
hubbub, din, (ftnfiftlg) ala'rm; Minb . fl&lse alarm; 
gjste . (Vnfttig) give the alarm; blafe, flaa . 
sound, beat the alarm. Efarme're vt alarm, 
«(armltlotte alarm-bell, -pibe alarm (whisUe). 
-pfabd alarm-post. «fTnb alarm-gun. -flang sig- 
nal light, -tromme alarm-drum (o. fl.) 

EUtern' e al'atem, Rhamnuå cUatermui. 

Elba'ner c Al'ban. -biotrget the Alban Mount. 
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nftfniim AlbanfA. -e'fet c -e, -efeviii'be c 

r, -('fiff a Alba'nlan, Al'banese. 

lll«r»||fr'ti( a all-merciftil. -l|ek all-merci* 
fhlDeM 

tlittr»«(f e) o fer albatross, Dumédea {eamUau). 

80itai'frr(c) p^ Albigensee. -trigai the Al- 
Mfen^lkn war. 

IUIi'«|o e albino, -ii^'mc e al'binism. 

tlHirtal Albion metal. 

«ttrett Albert. 

MXknt e -X elbow; ))uff( mfb -en elbow; )mffe fiø 
frea neb -nu elbow one's way. «(eii cubit, ulna. 
•Id elbow-joint, -maal cubit. -{Vdrl limpet, 
FiitHa. -{M jog with the elbow; bruifle on 
tite elbow. 

Wkwm. e twelfth i>art of a »&(eQpt ^rtfom". 

Ctta« n -tx album; (fotografi«) photograph 
book. A'm n albu'men. -I'lMbf albuminous 
«afastance. 

tlc«iff a alcaic. 

titela'raii Aldeb'aran. 

tOcM^ » al'dehyde. 

ttoel(#a<fo quite, entirely, totally, absolutely, 
altogether, utterly; . ille not at all, by no (manner 
of) means, p not a bit of it; .. itioen none at 
«U; . intet nothing at all; . ingen wrunb, intet 
M>«il no reason, no hurry, at all; ~ fom on 
ffUite as if; for all the world as if. 

ttt(«|hmk fe 9(1 a. 

ttocr e 't age; ntrget %9i ^ extreme old age; 
bsB ^ -en he has the years; af fin . (at Done) 
^ hi« years; ^efle af aOe -e all-aged horses; t 
d . of at the age of; bøbe i en . af to flat died 
a«ed two years; i en ^sj .. at a great age; i en 
tj|(i| . at an early age, early in life; i en fUbig 

- late in life; t fin beb^e . in the prime of life; 
: ail . at my age; i ben . ot of an age to; i ben 
. b« of an age In which; ^n er paa ntin . he 
i« (of) my age; T^tusi fin gomle . old as he is. 

Uberbom c (old) age; -men old age. -»^E(bef> 
lisaella b. f. f. «IkevbemS- senile. -fUlber- 
Intfifafftrfflfeitadfe superannuation ftmd. 
•frftellgilck, -fnaglck decrepitude, indrmity of 
old) age. -Itottc stay of one's declining years. 

tfber«if«f«««b chairman el. president by 
«dority. -ferffel difference in years. -ff«((e fe 
Isdcnetet -grsnife limit of age, age-limit. 
•HtifBl age-clause, -«urrtc mark of age. ••¥< 
Wa fe «ncirnnetet. 

ttbertctm a aged, stricken in years. 

VIbetf |ti^, fta . ft-om time immemorial, time 
'fit of mind. -tiMl|driik immemorial right. •HI> 
l€| pay-increase according to length of service. 

-^ttberfvag a decrepit. 

tlM'«ere pi Al'dine editions. 

llbrleabe a elderly, oldish, declining into the 
^e of years, •-ed vd grow old. 

tibrig ado never; . mete no more; om ^ 
^obe . \^9l maxi^t though he had ever so many; 

- ^ fnoit . . . føt no sooner . . . than; man ftal 

- Røe - never is a long word; F ttt« fot - bet 
Bot iDr the world; nofien . hardly ever; bette Ittn 
■fl - Bone Sere« Atebet? these are never your 
dothet? 

*llf w plough with an ^VX". 

Vloaaii'iiler pi Alemanni. -iff a Alemannio. 

•tai e, vl «, ell, two feet; be ere to - af et 
5<*He tiiey are a pair el. of a piece; maale en 
■1^ neb fin egen . measure another by one's 
*^ standard; bibl Ian (ægge en • til fin CæfSt 
^ tdd one cuMt unto his stature, -(reb, -bl|l 

* two feet broad, deep. 

ale'te a alone, by one's self; ganffe .. all alone; 
••»-be alone el. private; Ulijlten fommet fjælben 

• Biifortune rarely comes single; — ado only, 



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tUemlgøM dry goods. -9«i a two feet high, 
-tram fe -gob». -Ung a two feet long. -«Ml 
ell-measure, -ribbet, -rlpttev counter- skipper. 
•ta(, -Hid, i ~ by the ell. -»aret fe -gob«. 

ElcMt'leme, be -iffe fDet the Aleu'tic e(. Aleu'- 
tian isles. 

I Elesaii'beY)ia^eø^e ring-paroquet, PakeormU 
Alexandri. 

EIesa«'bri|a, -en n Alexandria, -'«et e-e (Set«) 
Alexan'drine. -'«ff Alexan'drian. 



«if c -et elf, fairy. 
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ale't n -et al'phabet. -iff a alphabetic. 

«Ufaber c fiither of all. -far a: . Sej b. f. f. 
-famei high-road, highway. 

«lfe|tgtigaeian-like, elflsh, fiiiry-llke. -baml 
fairy- dance, -brønviiig fairy queen, -fovge 
fUry king, -laiib fairy land. -let a fatar-light. 
•rije fe -lanb. -ffare host of fiedries e(. elves. 

tiffønd Alphon'so, Alfonso. 

9l(fot(ar'iii|enbe a all-merciful. -eveiKiø/the 
alLmerciftil. 

S(ge c -t alga, pi aXgæ, sea-weed. 

Xfgetra c algebra, -iff a algebraic. 

«(gier n (Staben) Algiers; (r(. Wgetien) Al- 
ge'ria. -et o, p/ es, .ff a Algerian, Al'gerlne. 
I 9(1 gob a all-good, all-bounteous, all-bountiAil. 
I -føbqek supreme goodness, -nbck o totality. 
-■erren, -lerffere« the Lord of all. 

«(bibabc c t index, alidade. 

Eita'd adv alias. 

«lilii ft al'ibi; besife ftt . prove an alibi. 

VlitHøt'toiietp^, miMariquot- tones, harmonics, 
overtones. 

V(inientatio'ii(i(i>rag) allmen'tary allowance, 
(til ftaftilt ^ufhu) alimony. 

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EfiAOti'ii n aliz'arine. 

«Ifalli n -a1iet alkali. -lifatio'ii. -life'Hng e 
alkallza'tion. -(ife're vt al'kalize. -tiff a al'- 
kaline. -(øi'b n -et alOcalold. 

UttåM'ntnøh al'canet, orchanet, Anehma Hne- 
toria. 

Wfr vt waddle. 

tUtc c -t auk, AJca tarda; * faa fn(b fom en . 
as drunk as an owl, as a lord. Moiige Uttle 
auk; Mergmlua alte. 

Elfojfeøl e alcohol. -lølifCre vt al'cohoUce. 
-(ølifatiø% -(ølifering c alcoholiza'tion. -|o't 
(iff a alcoholic -^ølømc'ter n alcoholom'eter, 
alcohol'meter. 

Eirora'neii dt/ the al'coran, the Ko'ran. 

Eifø'He e -t alcove. 

Eltiyiiii' c al'chemy. -fl' e -et al'chemist. 
-ft iff a alchem'ic(al), alohemi8t'ic(al). 

«Ifft'iff fe «(caifC. 

Eltonr'lig a all-loving. 

%Ué' c -t avenue (of trees). -It« avenue tree. 

Eflegolri' e -et allegory, -vife'rc vttvi alle- 
gorize. -rife'Hitg c al'legorizing. -'riff a alle- 
gor'lcTal). 

«Oe|(|aaiibe (ogf aa -^an'be) a all manner of, 
all kinds of. all sorts of; — « all sorts of things, 
(Iht^bbeti) allspice, pimento; Ifon fet ub ti( ~ he 
has a suspicious look; et . an omniumgatherum. 
•loaitbettdr pimento, Eugenia pimemta. -lef* 

8en(dbaf ) All-Saints, AU-Saints Day. •%tV%tit9' 
nøt All-8aints-bay. •leCgciiStrdr (a kind of) 
Brasil wood, -maiib fe m. -«aiib9tic« every- 
body's friend, -«fad» adv f, at all events, at 
any rate. 

Viler- (bCb Supetlotib, Xonen enten iMia aV- e(. 
paa bet anbet Dtb i Sammrnfatningen, Qoot bet ifte 
ubtti)VTe(ig anmotfe», at ben Inn Ian oæte »aa bette) 
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%\tixx) most, -adninbeligll a the very commonest, 
by far the most common, -bcbfl a the very best, 
by far the best, a k adv best of all; . font just 
as, at the very moment when, in the midst of. 
Xflcrcbe, «OerCbe adv (lun beb et «Præbilot) 
already; (cngonfl tibliflere) before now, ere now; 
. nu even now; . benganø even at that time; . 
i bet tolbte tlar^unbrebe as early el. as far back 
as the twelfth century; ~ tibltg quite early; . be 
aamle btbfie even the ancients knew; .. f amme 
2)as the very same day; . ben Cmftænbigl^b at 
the very fiswjt that el. of; bet et « meget that is 
something. 

% Etterlfiefl a by far the greatest number (of); 
biem er ber • af they are by fkr the most numerous, 
-fierteft a : be -e very few (people), -f^tjl a k, adv 
flist of all; fra . af fix>m the very first. -^cC* 
Htte (om $aben) most holy; ben -e the most 
Holy; bet e bihl the Holy of Holies, the Holiest 
of all, (eQeti») the sanctuary. -l|e(ft adv leg bil 
~ I should like best, I should greatly prefer. 
-Id'Hebcd a devilish; en . 9tax\ a very devil of 
a fellow. '%9it^ a highest of all; ben e the 
most High; i -e O^iob to the (very) last degree, 
to a degree; i bet -e b. f . f. -fi^vt adv at the (very) 
utmost, -titfjflfam'me His (el. Her) Majesty, -iit' 
bevftfednberft. -frift'elidfl most Christian, -tiercfl 
a dearest (of all), most beloved; bet ftulbe oore 
mig ~ I should like nothing better than, -te'rcfle 
a (|«b 0. 1.) moet charming, most lovely, dainty; 

— adv most charmingly. -latieft; ben -e $rift the 
very lowest price, -mefi a by far the greatest 
part; adv more than ever, -miiibfl a least of 
all; the very least; i bet -e at the very least; — 
adv least of all; less than ever, -nta'bigfl a 
most gracious; — adv graciously, -iidrriiieft a; 
mine -e my own family. -Mbigft ado; bet foa 
leg . I should like that least of all. -tKbt^enbigll 
a moet necessary (of all); bet -e the very neces- 
saries (of life), -gbfl a k adv last of all; oente 
til . wait to the very end. -fnarcfl adv\ jeg tror 
. I think nothing more likely than, -fønt- (meb 
6iU>ec(.) joe, verv. -tro'efic a {XiitV) most foith 
All. -nvberba'iiiafl a most humble; — adv most 
humbly, (Unbetfl.) Your Majesty's most humble 
and loyal subject. -#)»erfl a the very topmost; 

— aåo at the very top; « (oppe) i el. paa at the 
very top of. 

«aelfammeit altogether, -fldtlcl» S>ag All Souls' 
I>Ay- -ffttøji^ of all kinds, every kind of, all 
kinds el. sorts of, a variety of. various, -fiebå 
adiv everywhere, in all places, -flebdfra adv from 
everywhere. -fleb>iiftr)i«'retibe a omnipresent, 
ubiquitous, -flebåttcrnidr'relfe o omnipresence. 
-tibev F adv always, -begne adv everywhere. 
-t^egiie fra adv from everywhere. 

WKiait'ce o -r alliance, -trtttat treaty of a. 
Sllic'tct a allied; — o, ebe ally, %A allies. 

Efligatio'ni^rcgiiing alliga'tion. 

Ettlga'tør e -er alligator, -ffilbpabbc c alligator 
tortoise, Ckelydra. 

Vfli'gebel (oa bel') adv still, notwithstanding, 
nevertheless, for all that, all the same, (unber 
aCe Omft.) at any rate. 

tHttUe c -x jackdaw, Corvua immedula; faa fttib 
fom en ~ as drunk as an owl, as a lord. 

Vlli«gcr pi slender spars of pine-wood. 

+Iiaibet de/, poet (all) Ufe. 

Eflotro'gevne the Allob'roges. 

SUl0bi(iiim)n allodium, freehold (estate), -ia'l* 
allodial. 

Vflofntlo'ii c -er address, allocu'tion. 

Ellilt'gc e 'X mere allonge, -patttt fUU-bot- 
tom^d) wig. 

Enoli^a't c -er allop'athist. -pati' c allop'athy. 
•pa'tifT a allopath'ic(al). 



fWo'tria pi alien, irrelevant el. heterogenous 
matters el. subjects. 

VO«|bc'te allu'de. -flo'» c et allu'sion. 

«a«'b{|itiii n alluvium, -a't* allu'vial. 

Kim c fe 9(fi(m. 

Xlmagt c omnipotence, almightiness. Elmagt^ 
orb almighty word. 

tUmanat' c fer. aVmanac. 

fUmen a general, common, public, universal. 
-aanb public spirit, -befiiibenbe state of health 
in general, -banitelf e education of the (common) 
people, -i-boiii public opinion. -e|enbont public 
•property, -fattelig, -forftaaelig a intelligible to 
all, «to the meanest capacity», popular, -fattr* 
Iigi)Cb^ -forfiaaeliglyeb simplicity, popularity. 
-følclfe public spirit, philanthropy. -gaUit fe 
-ni)tte. -glilbia a generally binding, universally 
received, -gtilbiglyeb general validity, univer- 
sality, -leben c the public. -IteSning general 
reading, r. for the million. 

*Wiiieit«iitg c ff tllmtnbtng. 

flliiieit|it)|tte public good, p. utility, -niitftig 
a of p. utility, -faiii ye -oanb. -fitterleb public 
safety, general s.; joe -en (i ftb^aon) the hoose 
of detention, -ffolc board school; ^lere . pablic 
school, -ftemittiig general feelhig. -^eb (-i-), -f «t» 
iting common- place. -Pel public weal, common 
welfare. . tiigængelta a accessible to all. -Pøefeii 
public affairs, -piibefi popularity. -)|iibet a 
popular. «4BHI 

Élmin'bclig a (mobf. fiæ(ben) common, general, 
ordinary, (uben Unbtag.) universal; (mobf. fpedei) 
general, generic; - ©tøf vulgar fractions; -e 
6ætninger, $aaftanbe generalizations, generalities; 
~ 9RennefIefotftanb common sense; -t @IagSntaa1 
a ftee fight; en - Xto, et -t »tjgte a current be- 
lief, rumour; ben -e JMtfe the universal church; 
bet -e ©ebfte the public good; bet -e the public; 
til - 9otbaofetfe fot to the general surprise of; 
— adv commonly etc.; man trot . it is currently 
believed, -g^re vt make general; generalise. 
-g^relfe e generalization. -|cb e generality, uni- 
versality; i - in general, generally; ganfCe i - 
in a general way, broadlv, vaguely; Setben i * 
the world at large, -bid ado generally, in general. 

Snmtnbing e -et common; (p. ftttfegaotb) pau- 
per's side. SHminbiitgiret commonable rights. 

SUmiife c -x &1ma, charity; bebe om . ask an 
alms, beg charity, -blot alms-box. -(drltm 
alms-dish. -boHg« -IjnS alms-house, -iitbfatiilet, 
-{«bfamlerflc collector, gatherer, of alms, -iiib' 
famling gathering of alms, subscription, -lem 
pauper, alms-man. -ftiftelfe charitable institu- 
tion, -nbbelcr almoner. 

VImne o -t the common people, the peasantry, 
the poor, the vulgar, the lower orders, the ple- 
beians, ^(^orfamling) gathering, -bibliøtet people's 
library, parish 1. -bigter popular poet. -l«#ning 
reading for the million, -orb word belonging 
to the vulgar tongue, vulgarism, -fagn popular 
tradition, -fang popular song, -fanger popular 
poet, ballad writer. 91mnelfolI people of the 
lower orders. )llmne|flole parish school, board- 
school, common school, -flolelftrer parish-school 
teacher, -flrift book for the million. Vlmneft* 
tPinbe woman of the lower classes, fllmne^* 
manb plebeian. WmncSorb fe -orb. Vlmnelfprog 
popular language, vulgar tongue, -tribnn tri- 
bune of the people, -nnberbtining education 
of the common people, -»ben friend of the 
lower orders. 

fll|m«g'tig a almighty, all-powerful; ben -e 
the Almighty. *l|eb o fe Wmagt. Vrnatnren 



poet (all) nature. 
Xloc ^ aloe; med aloes pi. 



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a aloet'ic. -piller aloetlc pflls. -fi^re aloetic 
add. -trie, -Heb agalloch, aloes- wood. 

XUfc c ff ®tam{Ub. 

fLl^ata c (2)i)t Ofl %9}) alpaca. 

911 )»aH m«re at par. 

tUl^cime the Alps. fll|»e' alpine, -aflerd blue 
alpine daisy, ŻUralpintu. -bmneOe alpine lark, 
Aceemivr afpimti. -§Ub the glow of sunrise or 
sunset on the snow-clad Alps -Mre alpine hare, 
Legnu ntriabilii. »fiétn alp-horu, alpine horn. 
-itrblanrfeVatte'. -notte soldanel. -tf nil alpine 
club. -tT«f e choueh, Fyrrkocorax ffracwuå. -nei» 
Ule aJpfne pink, Diantkwi alpinua. -øft sapsago. 
-rmiBlltel mountain crow flower, Rmunculu» 
atpe*tri9. -rMit fe -trage. -rofe rhododendron. 
-rW< \^ dj«lb'. -fbietic wall- creeper, Tichodroma 
mwraria. -flr«(itt ibex, -flil alpenstock, -fnale 
alpine swift, Ovpttluå melba. -biøl sow-bread, 
Csrefamen europceum. 

tti;raabe«be a omnipotent, ^-rctfcrrblg a all 
righteous. 

«(niMe(rob) c mandrake, mandragora; pro- 
phetess. 

Elifammm altogether, -fceiibe a all-seeing. 
•fbig a manifold, multifarious; versatile, unl- 
Tersal; F all round. -{Iblgfieb e versatility. 

%mtetim$tt Alsike (clover;, Tri/olium kybridum. 

tniftabcten the Creator of all things, -i-flab> 
siageii the whole creation, fllfleitd, alfUidd a 
of all kinds, every kind of, all kinds of, a variety 
of, various, miscellaneous. Ellfltrenbc all- gover- 
ning, all-ruling ; p noa bu . good gracious me ! 
-torercii the Great Ruler. 

mlt ndv (tilt n ff 90 already; . efter according 
to; - eftet fom in proportion as; b. f. f. - fom; 
. for too, Oby) far too; . for ^øfliø. cont too civil 
bj half; . imebene all the while -ing; . mere og 
Biere more and more, > fom just as, according as. 

9(t c alto, contralto, rounter{teaor). 

«Itai Altai, «ttoi-, altaift a Altaic, Altaian 

tllta'ii c -er balcony. 

Site'« c althea, marsh-mallow. 

«Iter n -e altar. 

ftlteroti»'« c affright. 

fCUerlbitebe fe - tattle, -bog service-book, -bovb 
communion table, -bug altar cloth. 

Elterle'vembe a, mtd alterative; . SRibbet altera 
tive. -e'ret a frightened, agitated; jeg Uto faa 
. F it gave me such a turn 

«Iterlfob foot of the alur. -gang communion; 
. ^eibeS the Holy Communion Is celebrated. 
•oal» fe -fob. -gdtnger e t, -goefl conmiunicant. 
•fib sacrificial fire, -tar altar vessel, -tlftbe a. 
cloth, -tlttber canonicals, robes (of a priest). 
-IM a light. 

Bltentati'H n -er alter'native. 

Hltef Iffrnb fe -Ilftbe. -flage altar candlestick. 
-ttt»lf a. piece, reredos, (meb gfUJe) triptych. 
-tiesefie a. service, -tone cont unctuous tone. 
-frin a. step, -bin communion wine. 

«Itfolte counter-tenor flute. 

ftltfor fe «It for. 

«Itib adv always, in every case; p (oirtelifl) 
certainly: . mere more and more. 

Siting n legislative assembly in Iceland. 

«Iting n everything; for . by all means; fot 
. die on no account, not on any account; ^oorom 
. er any way, however that may be. 

«Itifl' e -er alto singer. 

%\in$fU alto clef. 

«lto«f<ttenbc a all-comprehending, all-em- 
bracing 

ftltfliofrenbe a aelf-sacriflcing. 

«Itfaa eonj consequently, therefore, so, then. 

«Itfratmcs all, altogether. 

tltfangCT, -inbe alto singer. 



-•■«(toiberi n, cont omniscience. 

«Itoiolin tenor violin, viola. 

Wtocbenbe a omnivorous. 

«Inmi'ninmnalumin'ium, alu'minum. -bron|C 
_. -bronze. -bl)bro|l|b alumin'ic hydrate, -forb 
alu'mina. aVumine. -tlorib alumlnic chloride, 
-ortib fe -iorb. -fnlfot aluminic sulphate. 

«Inm'nnd c -ner collegian. 

«'Inn n al'um. -agtig a alumLsh. «In'nie^ 
•e're vt alum, -bejbfe c alum-mordant. -eftlK 
alum-ore. -aarber tawyer. -garnevi, -garbning 
tawing, -lyorbig a aluminous. -|orb alum-earth. 
-Iftber fe -fttnb. -robt a. red. -ffifer a. -slate. 
-jllnb a -leather, whitlcather. -Hen stone-alum. 
-fbber e e alum-boiler, -banb a. -water, -nørvt 
a. -work. 

«Hber'ben all the world; ^borlebed i . (o. fl.) 
how in (all) the world, how in the name of 
wonders, how the deuce; -i %fi\t all the world, 
(and his wife), -bl'benbc a omniscient, all 
-knowing. -9t'beni)Cb c omniscience, -bii} a 
all- wise, -bigbont supreme wisdom. 

«Ibor [<xa\ c k n earnest; fe -lig^eb; meb ~ 

earnestly; bet oar mit - I was in e.; gøre - af nt 

set about st seriously; blioe til • become serious; 

bUber bet til - meb Jhrigen? will the war really 

break out? et ®pBø ofl et anbet ^, fe -lis talt; bet 

er bofl ifTe ®ere8 -? you don't say so? for - (mobf. 

for @p0fl) in earnest; (mobf. miblertibifl) for good; 

for ramme . in good, real el. sober earnest, in 

; very e. -blanbet a mingled el. blended with 

earnest. «l»o'rIig a earnest, serious, grave, sober, 

, demure; bolbe fig . keep a grave face; — adv 

' earnestly etc.; > talt joking apart, raillery el. 

Jesting aside, in earnest, seriously spealdng; 

I tage for .. paa take too much in earnest. «I> 

i borliglpcb c gravity, earnestness, seriousness. 

— «lb ori^lblif grave look, -bbfl serious encounter. 

-fnlb a earnest, serious, grave, -ntonb earnest 

man. -orb serious word, -tonte s. thought 

(0. fl.) 

«m ager n Amager, «mager |(bonbe> inhabi- 
Unt of A. -brob fe mab. -biettc fe ®torm^. 
-tone woman from A.; basket- woman, -mab a 
kind of sandwich (one slice of brown bread and 
one of white). 

«malctit'er pi Amal'ekites. 

«ntalgam n amal'gam, amal'gama. -e'rc vt 
amal gamate; . meb a. el. incorporate with. 

«waiie Amelia. 

«manncn'fig o amanuensis. 

«maranf c am'aranth, Amarawtku»; rob ~ 
love lies- bleeding, Å caudatu». 

«marlirUd c amarvllis. 

«mata 'r c er fe 2)tlettant. 

«ma^o ne o -r amazone, -bragt riding habit. 
— «moAonljlobcn the Am'azon. -mtorc amazon 
-ant, farmtca åanguinea. -paMgafc amazon 
parrot, Gkrynatin amosontca. -nen amazonian 
stone. 

«mbadfa'Ibc c -r emOwwsy. -bo'r c er am- 
bas'sador. 

«mbc c -r two numbers in the lottery. 

«mberlinc e ^ hambroliue, hamberline. 

«mbitio n o sense of honour. 

«mbligerc P vt employ. 

«mboina n Amboyna. 

«mbolt e e (ogfaa t fZ)ret) anvil, -l^om a. horn. 
-flot a -stock. 

«mbon c -er (i ftirte) amntx). 

«mbra c ambergris; fe «brob. -bnfl amber 
-tree, -bnft perfume of ambergris, -febt, -i'n 
e am'breine. -i'nfl|rc ambre'io acid, -olie oil 
of amber. 

«mbro'flia c ambrosia, -ia'nff IBobfang Am- 
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Etniiifait'ce c -t am'bulance. -telt a. tent. 
-nog» a. (cart). 
tlnie e -X amne, awme. 

Ibttei'Ha c er (^r6eii) ameiva. 

Um'tn a'men; Hft font . i ftttfen sure as fitte. 

%men%tmtnt' n amend'ment. 

Ewerila n America, -farev emigrant to 

, America, -»er o t, -nerin'be c -t, -'«fl Amer'- 

ican; %mtt\Umtt\nU ogfaa Amer'icaness. nfE 

Clie castor oil; -nfC fiaber American cloth, -iti- 

fe'rc vt amerlcanize. -«id 'me c -t Americanism. 

UmtM' 'tx am'ethyst. 

Sntfi'lfiin« n -in amphibious animal, am- 
phiblum. -tiff a amphibious, -lio'ber pi am'- 
phlpods. "ttattt amphithe'atre. -teatta'lfl am- 
phitheat'ricaL 

Emi'b n amid. 

Sminbelfc o memory, remembrance, comme- 
moration; til . om in remembrance of — fliiiiii' 
belfe>|tale commemorative speech, -tegit keep- 
sake. 

Vwme e -r nurse, timiite vt nurse, suckle. 
-l|olb keeping (of) a nurse. «Un wages of a 
nurse, -^lab» situation of el. as a nurse, -ftne 
nursery, -fkncfnal nursery tales e(. talk. -tlCMCfle 
fe -plab«. 

%mmon\tit' o ammo nia. -agtig, -alff a am- 
moni'acal. -gad ammonia gas. -g«nimi gnm 
-ammo'niac. -fpolbig a ammoniacal. -fait am- 
moniacal salt, -tuanb ammoniacal water. 

timmottit' e -ec am'monite. 

Vmwo'ttitini n ammonium. -l|l)brof«(fib n 
ammonlc sulphydrate. -farbonat ammonlc car- 
bonate (o. ft.) -0|t|b ammonlc hydrate. 

Vmtnovdborit ]t 9(mmonit. 

Vwrntmitio'it o ammunition. — flmmititi' 
tiandltarre a. waggon, -tadfe shot box. 

flmnelfte're vt grant (one) an amnesty, -fil' 
c am'nesty; (-befret) amnesty, act of oblivion. 

Vmititig trim, draught; ))aa . in trim. — 
9lntitiitg«|ta(, -mtttUx pi water-marks. 

«nior c Cu'pid, Love, -nA'mor. 

Vmorf ' a amo'rphous. 

Mmoti'nn pi Cupids. 

Emortil fe'rc tt sink, -fatio'tt, -fering c amor- 
tixa'tion. 

Emonrett'e e -c amou'r. love-affklr. 

Vm^el e 'pitx hanging flower- pot el. lamp. 

Vmi^fUM'be ^ am'plltude. 

Embntatla'tt c -et amputallon. ~ %mputa' 
Hind|befii( case of am'putating instruments. 
•fiii)» amputating knife (o. fl.). Vnt^Mte'rc rt 
am'putate. 

Unt n er district of a superior magistrate, 
county. -maMb superior magistrate, sheriff. 
•maMbfrab place el. function ofa superior magi- 
strate. 

flwidragronont government agriculturist for 
a county, t-barber surgeon-barber, t-foitb 
county treasury. M^tmanbffab fe -taab. t-for» 
baiter receiver of the public revenues (of a Ju- 
risdiction), -fbfttnd county physician. t-lnd 
residence e(. office of a superior magistrate. 
-Ieiitnt««e county (regarded as a self governing 
community), -fort map of a county. *-(drge fe 
-f^filue. t-^robfi dean of an ^Vdnt". -raab 
county coundl, c. board, -rebartitiondfivb fe 
-foiib. -ffale county school. fVmtfHie office of 
a receiver of public revenues. 

9imuUt' ter am'ulet, charm. 

Emitr the Amou'r. 

Slni«r fe Vtelotentløter. 
iHl)'I n am'yle. -fttcr amyllc ether. 
En' adv (f. (&f9. binbe an oft».) fe IBerbfrne; an ! 
fbri present, fire! 
Em' prcfp, mere to. 



Xnaøram' n -mer an'agram. 

Vnarar'bieitøb cashew-nut. 

Enaltolnti' c -er anacolu'thon. -latntlfV a 
anacoluthic. -(ore't o -er an'chorite. 

Ettafreon'Hfr a Anacreontic. 

Vnaltranid'wc e -r anach'ronism. -(e'g a 
anal'ogous. -Ugi' e -er anal'ogy. -logi'fliitmsa 
anal'ogism. -lo'gifl a analogical, -tiy'fc c -r 
anal'ysis; gram parsing. -Ibfe're tt an alyse; 
parse. -Ibtlf c analyt'ics pi. -Uyt'ilev c -e 
an'alyst. -(bt'iff a analytical; ben e Vletobe 
ehem the a. method, the m. of residues. 

fltt'attod c -er pine^apple, ana'nas. -|am|» a. 
hemp, -id pine apple ice. -|orbb«r pine-straw- 
berry, -tirfebdrr Peruvian Cape gooseberry. 
Phyåalit peruviana. -Iftrreb grass clolh. -Olte 
pine-apple oil. -^mt^ pine-apple punch. -t#f 
fe -lærreb. -bi« pineapple wine. 

Uuapitft' -er an'apest. -iff a anapes'tic. 

tinarti' n an'archy. Enarllff ana'rchical. 

Xnafla'tifl Xr^t anastat'lc printing. 

finate'wa n anath'ema. 

flnato'lw c -er anat'omist. -me'reo^ anat'omize, 
dissect, -me'riitg ^ anatomizing, dissection, 
-mi' c anat'omy. -mi tawmer dissecting room, 
anatomical hall, -'miff a anatom'ical. 

Enbefa(|e vt recommend, commend; . fig take 
leave, retire; jeg -r mig your servant; -et ^ret» 
registered letter, -f-eug, -elfeåbierbig fe -inga' 
oærbig. -cube a recommendatory, (om 9bre) pre- 
posseising. -ing o -er recommendation, reference, 
Introduction. 

VnbefatittgdlbreQ letter of introduction, re- 
commendatory letter, -gebiir registration, -fort 
business card, trade-card. -|iaategni«g recom- 
mendatory note, -boerbig a recommendable, 
commendable, worthy of recommendation. 

-t-H«bclange fe Vngaa. 

Enbetro vt entrust, trust e(. charge one with 
St, commit St to one's trust. 

Vnbore vt (Qfab) broach. 

flnbringle vt put, place, dispose, fix, apply, 
insert, introduce, (^en^e) invest, (Sorer) seU; . 
i Aanbelen settle el. place in trade; . et 6Iag bit 
a blow; oel -gt well applied, apposite; tti -gt 
@tøb home- thrust: br( -gt @Iag well planted blow; 
flet -gt misapplied, misplaced, out of place; -at 
til rette Zib seasonable, opportune, well timed; 
-gt til urette Zib unseasonable, ill-timed, -elfe 
c placing etc, application, insertion, introduc- 
tion, investment, -enbe n statement, -er c 
(OranbD.) feeder. 

Vnbrnb n fe ^rtembrub; min opening. 

Snbrntfeii part (Zolbt).) broken open. 

Enibttb n, pi =s, offer, tender. -bl|be vt ofter, 
tender, -blfber c -e party tendering. 

«n^o bid fe «nfjoS. 

flncienttete't c seniority, standing, mil date of 
commission. 

Enb c, pi Stfnber, duck; (^iflorie) hoax, mare's 
nest, canard. 

Sttbagt devotion; forrette fin ~ say one's 
prayers. — 9lnbagtd|bog book of d., devotional 
book, -ftilb a fUll of d., devout, -fleb place 
of d. -fhtMb, -time hour of d. -taare tear of 
d. -#beffe religious rl. devotional exercise, exer 
eise of devotion. 

E«bal«'f{|eii n Andalusia, -er o t, -erinbe c 
•X, -f{ a Andalusian. 

EnbelbagI duck shot -|bal beaked whale, 
Hvperoodon rottratM. -|agt duck shooting, am r 
ducking, -jftgcr duck- shooter. 

Vnbei -e share, pari, pf>rtion, quota; babe flor 
.. i have a large share el. part in, have much 
to do with; Ifbe en . i buy into; tøbe end . buy 
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- %m%ttå\%tiH. -fl)fl(« the system of proflt- 
«hATJng, apr ooopentiye farming. 

fU^taitk duckweed, dock-meat, Lemna; fulb 
«f - dnckweedy. 

tbi^m n -bet, pi -bte, o other; ord seqond (brt 
-bet Onb the third commaDdment}; en ., et -bet 
another, (uirtft ^Dem el. ^oab) some other; en ellec 

- some (. . . or other); en eDet - af Beme one 
or other of the islands: ^tiec ~ every other, every 
second, every altematø; i en ganfTe ~ Qettjbning 
in a very diflWrent sense; . 2)aø the following 
day, the next day; en . Sag another day; . %e{, 
. Øang the second volume, time; en . Q^anQ 
another time; . %gt. Øabe, l^rfra the next door, 
street, hut one; fra (inbe til . from end to end; 
. Sfiamen (nomnefl «) the Little Qo (Camhrldge), 
the Smalls (Oxford); pefnniare og onbre ^orbele 
advantages pecuniary and otherwise, paa . ^anb 
at second hand; ^oor er min ^ ^onbfle where is 
the fellow to my glove? ben , januar on the 
second of January; toge -bre fttober poa change 
one's clothes; i bet -bet £iti, i ben . IBerben in a 
fkitore life, in the next world; bet er en ganffe . 
fRonb he is a very different (sort of) man; meb 
-bee Ccb in other words; bet er en ganffe . 6ag 
that is ve^ different, that alters the case entii«ly; 
iltet -bet Steb nowhere else; ftjnge - Stemme sing 
a second; fomme paa -bre Xantrr change one's 
mind: ha Zib til ~ from time to time; — « en 
oiben another (person), somebody else; ingen . 
DO other person, nobody else; ingen . enb no- 
body but; en og - some people; en eUet • some- I 
body or other; noget anbet something e(. any- 
thing else; intet . nothing else; intet . enb no- 
thing but; ilfe .? is that all? ^oab . what else? 
for bet . secondly, in the second place; blonbt .. I 
for one thing, inter alia; fif - at tænfe paa got 
something else to think of; fil ^ at Oibe was un- 
deceived; alt . enb anything but: et og . some 
things; et elfer . something or other; bet fan iRe 
Mre . it can be nothing else, (unbgaa«) it can- 
not be helped, cannot be otherwise, there is 
nothing else for it; bet fan itfe oære ~ enb at it 
cnmot be but; jeg Ian iffe . enb I cannot but; 
icg ran iffe tro . enb at I cannot but think that; 
fM SRenneffer oil oare . enb tafnemmeliae for few 
people will be other than grateftil for; bet et 
■oget ganfte . that is another aflkir altogether; 
jfg 0^ iRe . (rettere) as fkr as I know, I know 
nothing to the contrary; bet oor iffe gobt . I 
shonld be very sorry not to believe it; — an bre 
oOier people, others; aHe . everybody else; tH - 
the rest of you; ingen - no others, nobody else; 
ingen . enb none but. — Vnbenjbaøilirliatt^ 
entertainment the day after a wedding, -bagd» 
fclr? ague, tertian fever, -bagømorgcit the mor- 
ning of the next day, the next day in the mor- 
ning, -tmttt snbmaster. -moiib somebody else; 
the second man. 'ftthB adt elsewhere, in some 
(t anv other place; ingen . nowhere else, -flebd* 
fr« atfr ttom another place, -ftebdl^m adv some- 
where else, to some other place, -f ttrab second 
joomeyman. 

V«beitttl duck's bill; duck's bill-forceps. 

V«berlcke9 adt (Fa) othervrise, in another 
manner, differently; blioe . til ®inbf change 
one's niind; ^ er iffe . that is his way; ganffe 
. loalibeiig fiar more trustworthy; 6agen er ganffe 
. the thing is quite different; F bet er en . 
Stib, fe anbcn. •tørarmbc pl such as think 
otherwiie. 

ftabcri Andrew. 

V«bc0(|flnrte«e, Evbcrite pi the Andes. 

Vabelff«! aoom-shell, barnacle, Balantu. »fkt% 
itttft dock. *-|le(( drake. -«( duck's egg. 



*llitbfttte9 acfo, prov: ligge ~ lie head and 
taU. . 
m«b|iit1leii a fe «anbelf«. 
VMbrage vt represent, submit; -t- amount to; 
— vi ^ paa, om apply for, request, ««be n -r 
representation, petition. 

««bread An'drew. -Isrf saltier, St. Andrew's 
cross, -ofbriictt the order of St. Andrew. 
tirbrefc vt twist on; -ft Uvist on. 
Vnbrif o er drake. 
tlnbritie vt (Soibler o. (.) raise, grow, 
^nbttnge, fe tSOing. 

9lnb«li|e tt k i ^ stand in for land, make 
the land, -ni«! o making (oO the land. 

EMbftS'tig a devout, devotional, pious, -(cb 
c devoutness, devotion. 
^■bBbe vt lie on the oars, 
«tie prov fe «nna. 

Øne vt k, imper. suspect, anticipate, guess, 
forebode, have a foreboding, presentiment, of; 
ieg -r el. bet -r mig, at I suspect etc. that; ieg -r 
intet gobt my heart misgives me; intet (onbt) -nbe 
unconscious, unsuspecting, unwitting, uuwot- 
ting; «r^ bet -c there is a cat's paw. 

ttnefbo'te c -r an'ecdote. -agtid a an'eodotal, 
anecdot'lcal. -ioegrr, -trdrmmcr anecdotist. 
-famliMg collection of anecdotes. 

Ønelfe c r suspicion, foreboding, presenti- 
ment, misgiving, anticipation, presage; ieg 6at)be 
ingen . om at I had no idea that. Vnclfedfftilb 
a tall of presentiment. -H-rig a auspicious. 

Snems'iie c -r anem'one, windflower. -fl|re 
anemon'ic acid. 
Mutt pi (noble) ancestors. 
ttnerilmbe vt acknowledge, own, accept, ad- 
mit, recognise; iffe. not etc.; disown, disclaim; 
— -fenbenbe a appreciative, appreciatory ; 
-fenbt a (generally) recognised; — adv. faa - 
bt^gtig of such g. r. ability, -fenbelfe e acknowl- 
edgment, recognition; appreciation; ^bc fin ~ 
pay el. bear tribute to; Pinbe . gain favour, 
-tmbelfedbierbig a creditable. 
Vneroi'bliaroiiietef aneroid barometer. 
Vnelftoit a proud of his ancestors, -tal num- 
ber of ancestors. 

Saf alb n, p/ OB, attack, assault, charge, onset; 
(af 6pgbom) fit, access: (libenfT. Ubbrub) trans- 
port, paroxysm; - af ^ortPiPlelfe fit of despair; 
. af %thn acoess of fever; fif et . af was taken 
with a fit of. Enfalbe vt attack, assault, assail. 
fUl upon, 
ttiifare vi min descend the shaft, 
«nforbriiig e demand. Slitfoirbri«g9|bcPi9, 
-febbcl note payable on demand. 

Vvfdtgte vt (angribe) assail; (paaoitfe) affect; 
(O^Dlbtgbeben af) dispute; (friflc) tempt; laber fig 
iffe • af is not affected by. -ifc e -r vexation, 
anxiety; temptation. 

9(iif#r|e vt (fom befalenbe) command, (goa i 
6pibfen for) head, lead; (pej(ebe) guide, conduct, 
direct; (inbfore) enter, book; (angiPe) state, give, 
refer to; (beraabe fig paa) allege, adduce, urge, 
plead; (citere) cite, quote; . til fin Unbifplbning 
allege in one's excuse, plead; . O^runbe state 
reasons; . fom (ifSempef quote as an instance, 
instance, -elfe o stating, statement, quoting, 
quotation; pleading, -et o -e (fispbing) leader, 
commander, chief; (grotet) guide; (f. (Stft. af 
Otteflet) conductor; (i et Opror) ringleader, -fet 
e command; direction, guidance; (Otf.) con- 
ductorship. -feUtcgn inverted commas pi, 
(sign of) quotation, quotation-marks; imellem ^ 
in quotation-marks. 

Engaa vt concern, regard, relate to, have 
reference to; ^oab -r bet mig? what is that to 
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it does not concern you; ^t)ob mig -t as to me, 
as for me. ^oab bet -t as to that, for that matter, 
ou that point Vnøtantbe prcep respecting, 
regarding, concerning, tonchlng, relative to, 
about, relating to, anent, as to. 

%n^httift\tt, -ig a asthmatic, -igl^cb c asth- 
matic affection. 

Xnflc e [ffoi ^fl) pussiness, pursiness. 

•fSlnøc c vapour. 

Vttgel e -glee (ftroø) hook; (poa Knit» o. (.} 
tang, tongue, -fiffer angler, -fifreri angling. 

Enøe'Ufa c angel lea; «i«« angelot 

Engc(||arit (a kind of) fox-trap, •mager hook 
-maker, -intti shrew(mouse), Sortx. 

Engelj;») n Angeln. -fai^fer c e Anglo-Saxon. 
-fadiHff a k9 Anglo-Saxon, Old English. 

Engelffaareii a ($Ian(e) feather-edged. 

tEngeltafVe fe ^aolitanb. 

Eager c repentance, remorse, penitence, con- 
trition, compunction, regret; føle . ODec repent 
of -fri a fe -Isl. -ftiU, -gil*^ o repentant, 
penitent, contrite, compunctious, -tob repented 
bargain; smart-money. -Ud a guiltless, blame- 
less. -Uåbeb c blamelessness. V«ger6ta<rc 
tear of repentance. 

Evgcfi a anxious, apprehensive, afraid; . for 
anxious el. uneasy about; afraid of; . foe at 
apprehensive lest; gøre en . og bange make one 
very uneasy. — Vngefl c fear, dread, apprehen- 
sion, terror; . for fear of el. (» for end 6fi)lb) 
about, on one's account; fixeoe i bsbelia * be in 
a mortal firight. -fttib a fearfhl. -falclfe feeling 
of fear, -raab, -ffrig cry of terror, scream, 
shriek, -fbeb cold sweat. 

EMgible vt state, mention, report; (en) inform 
against, denounce (for to); (bife) indicate; (til 
^ottolbning) enter (at the custom house); . en 
dntnb assign a reason; . Zonen «nut give the 
tone el. key, fio take the lead, (Vloben) lead the 
fiishion. -elfc e -r statement, declaration, re- 
port; information, denunciation, -cube n state- 
ment, -er c -e, -erffe c -t informer, denouncer, 
-eri n -er informing. 

Ettglai'fc e -x country-dance. 

9l«glc vt angle, -r e -e angler. 

Etigl|ifa'«ff a Anglican; ben -e IHrfe the 
Church of Bogland. -Ife re vt anglicize; fe dhtgli* 
fete, -ø-amerilaitll Anglo- American (0 fi.). -om« it 
c -er Anglo-maniac, -eniavi' e Anglo-ma'nia. 

Engoiatrdr barwood. 

Eiigo'raigeb Angora goat (o. ft.), -laor A. 
goat's hair, mohair. 

Engofht'ra e angostura 

Engre vt k imp repent of, repent one's self 
of, me. regret, be sorry for; |eg -t el. bet -t mig 
I repent ofo.; -nbe a repentant, penitent. 

tliigret n, pi =:, attack, assault, agression, 
onset, (beftigt, af Xtobber) chaige, (paa et £anb) 
invasion; (i Saa») (bolt-)toe; (6eibfe) mordant, 
blafe til . sound the charge, forobe -et (ogfaa 
iq) retam to the charge. Engre99|beiKéaelfe 
ofiensive movement. -Ir^itb mil welL -foriiitvb 
offensive alliance, -frant front of attack, -to* 
lOMite attacking body, -trig offensive war, 
aggressive warnre. -liiiic line of approach, 
-maal object of attack, -ml^kcl means of offence, 
aggressive means. -|ila« plan of attack. -^oUtil 
aggressive policy. -pmnU, -fleb point, place, of 
attack, -ftirtc attacking force, -t^aabeii offen- 
sive weapon, o. arms pi. 'M adv. goa .. til 
9ttxti act on the offensive. 

«ngribje vt (i film.) attack, assail, (9ienbe) 
engage, (qeftigt, fom ftabaOeii) charge; (oicte ficcft 
paa) afreet, (flabcliat) ii^ure, (tære) corrode; (tage 
paaj exhaust, shake (the nerves, the health); 
(befbibe) contest; (en ttapital e. I.) encroach upon; 



. Srintben i bani £ejr beat up the enemy's 
quarters: — -en be a fig trying, exhausting; ben 
. the aggressor, »er e -e assailer, aggressor. 

Xngroet P a rickety. 

ttngfi a & § \t «naefi. 

tingcrlbe fe ttngao. -nbe c the person in 
question el aforesaid. 

Vnbafebe Sfobei d^ sheets hauled aft. 

Vitqang n appendix; fe Zil^oeng. «nliaBgiflaf 
(.1 $iano) bridge. 

Enbi ma e screamer, Palamedea. 

tinbolb n ^ : tage et . take a turn. — %m- 
%olh\t vt apprehend, take up, seize, stop, (6rib) 
lay embargo on. — vi om apply for, solicit, 
-elfe e apprehension, seizure; fætte unbet . take 
into custody, -elfedorbre (writ oO capias, 
warrant. 

tinbitgge vt (@too) begin to cut. 

tinqiibri'b n -ec an'bydride. 

Enbdtngig a pendent; gøre en 6ag . el. -g<fc 
vt en @ag commence legal proceedings, bring a 
suit before the court, -garelfe c commence- 
ment of legal proceedings. 

ttinbare vt hear, listen to. 

ttitili '« aniline, -farber a. colours (o. f{.). 

tinima'lfr a animal. 

Eni mclgnmmi anime, courbaril. -trie anime 
•tree, Hj/menæa eonrbaril. 

Vnimlere r( an'imate. -erct a animated. 
'p^ti c animosity. 

VInivg c 4f cat's paw. 

Vnio'll c ckem a'nion. 

E'vii c anise (-seed), Pimpinella animm. 
-(r9^fMffer anise-seed lozenges. -Ircnbeni« 
anise-seed (cordial), -brab bread flavoured with 
anise- seed. Eniåct'te o anisette. flitii»|fr«, -fam 
anise seed, -tngler anise comfits. -liUr fe 
•brænbeoin. -olle anise oil. -fttlter sugared 
anise, -trie anise-seed wood. 

**%m\ n wailing; anxiety. 

Itale c (O^ulbfm o. ft.) thimble-stamp. 

Ente c -r complaint, grievauce. — Ente «t 
I paa, ooer complain of; • regret; • - fig wail. 
< -fri a blameless. 

Enid -Iter ankle. 

Etttclifte o list of grievances. 

Entclllibc anklebone. -Icb ankle joint, -fto 
ankle-Jacks, a. -boots, high-lows. 

Entc|maal, -yofi c complaint, grievance. 

Enfer c & n, -e (^b) anker. 

Enter tt -Ire «I^ anchor; (i Wui) brace, iron-tie, 
cramp iron; -et gaat méb the a. comes home; 
lappe -et cut the cable; lafte .a., cast a.; nppe 
-et fish the a.; tomme til •« come to an a.; lette 
« weigh a.; ligge til -« ride at a.; -et rippet meb 
the a. drags; -et et utlart the a. is foul, -arm 
a -arm. -bcbbing riding bitis pi, -bait fe Enfet 
(i 9Rut). -bra bul-boards pi. -Innb anchoring 
ground. -b<mb clinch, -bafc a. buoy, -bojlc 
a. shackle, -faft a at anchor, -fllg fluke d. 
palm of an a. -faring a. -lining, -gang a. 
escapement, -gangdnr watch with a. e. -gam 
crochet-thread, -grnnb fe -bunb. -bng^ \t filg. 
-lot» throat of an a. -bclg fe -bølle, -^ierte 
crown of an a. -bafb a.-hold. -tia fe -atm. 
-tiabg fe 6PinerPg. -tran cat-head, -triyb* crown 
of an a. -t«tttng -tftbc (chain-) cable. -loaf 
tumbler, -tanterne a. -light. -lef e fe -plab«. -let« 
ning weighing the a. -tigger ship at a. -ttrn 
shank of an a. -t<mae a.-8fing. -nieb, -pen bill 
of an a. -ptabd anchorage, anchoring ground, 
•pram crane-barge, -raring puddening of an 
a. -ftinlel fe -bojie. -fpit windlass; winch. 



-IHf 

clinch, -flat a.-stock; ♦ coarse brown loaf, -tø» 
cable, -pagt a. watch. -Parte a -nut. 
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llBn«8e«( accuse, charge; (attionere) protecute; 
. en for en gotbrtjbelfe accuse one of a crime; 

- en for ^« f^orefattc complain of one to his 
superiors. — Emtlagc c -x accusation, charge; 
Indictment; fætte en unber - fot accuse one of, 
prosecute one for. -alt hill of indictment. 
'httmfi paa -en in the felon's dock, -jurl^'it the 
Grand Jury, -matdimc«, -^rocedfen the accu<«- 
tory process. -Imntt count (of an Indictment). 
-r c -e accuser, complainant, (offenttifl) prosecutor. 
-r|)ierii prosecution, -fhrift fe -aft, -llfliib : i - 
accused; fcrtte i - accuse. 

Sntloiii e sympathy. 

Eiiføni|ntc vi arrive (at), come (to), reach (a 
place); -ne 6fibc Qiome) arrivals; — -men a (om 
Vtaboorer) taintea. -fl c arrival, coming; beb 
nin « at eT. on my a. 'ftpttxou arrival plat- 
form, -fitib time of arrival. 

EbItIc vi anchor, -ing c anchoring, •ingd' 
«fgifft anchorage, -ingdarbefbc anchor-work. 

^tliileklige it \t goranlebiøe. -ning c -et ooca- 
sioo, cause, reason; toge . til at take occasion 
to; t « af on (the occasion of), in con«iequence 
of, on aooount of, gitte - til give cause for, give 
rise to. 

EMliggenbe n -r aflbir, concern, business, 
matter. 

HnCiggmbc a Stuvi ^ the heading course. 

VnlMOitlitg e ^ lufHng. 

EMficg n. pi =, (Cpfsrelfe) foundation, con- 
struction; laying out (of streets, gardens); sett- 
ling, planting (of colonies'!; (Ubfafl) plan, design; 
<9abnt) works; (Slraantngd) drawing-hack; (Øaber) 
talent, turn, aptitude, natural gifts; (b. 67Qb< 
Bing) rest; (b ^Crejning) touch; mil present'; 
fætbig til . ready for the present; be nbe ~ i 
^tten the new improvements in the garden; bi 
«I nb i -gene we went into the (pleasure-)grounds; 
bar gobe . fot has a talent for; ^ar itte . for bet 
has no torn that way; ^t . til @binbfot has a 
disposition el. tendency to consumption. Vn« 
t«g|ge vf lay out (streets, gardens); set out, 
plant (g^ardens); make (roads); found (schools, 
towns); (^brifer) estahlish, erect, set up; fig 
plan; apply (a bandage); invest (money). - $enge 
t 9øget make investments in books; ~ @ag imob 
bring an action against; . @otg go into el. put 
on mourning; naot man -r benne 9RaaIefloI mea- 
sured by this standard; anlagt paa aimed at, 
før, tit (naturally) fitted for. -gelfc e founding 
etc., establishment, foundation; investment, 
-gfr e -e founder. 

Mnltt§i\hxo pier, -gartner landscape gardener. 
-tiltal funds, -maaf line for measuring the 
hei^t of horses. -|ifabd landing(-place). 

+Mmt9% n onset; start, ^ meb . af calling at. 
%9Uh[€ vt ^^ touch at. call at. (®taat) temper; 

— vi become oxidised , tarnished; labe ~ blaa 
Mue, labe en Jflint . bronze a gun. -Itivg c 
calling etc. — mnUh^lptaM. -fleb stopping place, 
place el. port of call, -tib hour of stopping. 

ftKWaril e advance; bære i . be approaching, 
advancing, coming on. 

Viimawfe fig vr arrogate, assume, usurp. -Ife 
e -t arrogation, assumption, usurpation, -nbe 
a arrogant, presumptuous. 

Vmnelkjc vt announce, notify, give notice of, 
(tit en «ntotitet) report, (tolbbligtige earer) de- 
clare: . ^totefl note a p., cause a p. to be noted; 
. et 9otflag give notice of a motion; . en ®oa 
notice e(. review a book; . fig (til Oeføg) send 
in ef. give in one's name, announce one's self. 
•dfe e -t announcing etc.; announcement, noti- 
fication; notice; (af 6og) review, notice, -er e 
't annoonoer; reviewer, critic. 

l«niek|c om vt request; . en om nt ask, beg. 



request st of one. -ning o -er request, desire; 
paa . af at the request of. 

Enmaerfje vt (mærle) mark; (bemætte) remark; 
(Optegne) note down, put down, -ning c -er re- 
mark; (92otr) comment, note, annotation, com- 
mentary; (i ttaraftetbog) special remark; gibe en 
en • put one's name down; gsre -er ober com- 
ment upon. -ningSbrøtø'ør (i Glolen) black 
book, -ningdtegn reference. 

Snna Anna, Ann, Anne, Annie, Nan, Nancy. 

tinnaier pi an'nals. 

9(nnali'n n unburnt plaster. 

llntiaiiinie vt receive, take; i^nbeit .... 
confound . . . -Ife c reception. 

tlnna'ter pi an 'nats. 

%nntH' n -er parish of ease. 

Hnnctgio'« c -et annexation. 

9litncfd|tir(c chapel of ease, -fogn fe SfnneH. 

flnnehe'rle vt annex -ing c annexation. 

fittneli'bcr pi an'nelids. 

titinon'celbnreatt advertising office, -maitb 
boardman, sandwich-man. finnoncc'rc vt adver- 
tise, -bogn advertising- van el. carriage. 

Vnitnite't c -er annu'ity. 

tinnnlllc're rt annul', render null and void; 
jur defeat, -atlo'n, -e'riitg o annul'ment. 
I tlni'be c, electr an'ode. 

Vnonia'l a anom'alous. -i' c anom'aljr, 
I anom'alism. -ifl'iff anomali8t'ic(al). 

flnoni)'in a anon'ymous. — o -er anonymous 
writer. -Ite't c anon'ymousness. 

Enarblne vt (otbne) arrange; (befale) order, 
ordain, decree. (Vlebidn) prescribe, -ning c -er 
arrangement, order, ordinance, edict, rule, regu 
lation; prescription. 

Vnorga'nift a inorgan'ic. 

Vn^art c -er, fe 9(nbel. 

tln|prif|c vt praise, recommend, -ning c praise, 
recommendation. 

tinraab tt, pi «, (af 6fi(boagt) challenge. En^ 
raable vt call to, challenge; (bebe) implore, In- 
voke; - ftongen om 9laabe implore the king's 
mercy, -elfe, -ning c calling etc.; invocation, 
challenge, -elfeéfamiel form of invocation. 
-nningdorb fe ^elttaab. 

Xnrctlte vt (betebe) prepare, arrange; (TOab) 
dress, {paa eorbet"! serve (up); (foraarfage) do, 
make, cause; bet et -t dinner is on the table; 
- 6fabe do damage; - fCbelæggelfc commit ra- 
vages cl. havoc, -ning c -et serving; (Samlins 
af flettet) course; lolb . a cold collation. -ninglK' 
borb dresser, tay-boy, tea-poy. -ningdffab plat 
ter. -telfe c committing. 

finribe vt, tech trace. 

9(nfani(|c fig vr accumulate, -ing c -et accu- 
mulation. 

tlnf at> c disposition; mus embouchure; . ttl 
^ale a rudimentary tail, a rudiment of a tail; 
$obbe . til %^mt was inclined to be stout, -fli 
safe-edge, -rtr conduit-pipe. 

9im\^o\'€patt ancho'vy pear, Gritu caulifiora. 

Enfe vt: - for regard, consider, deem. Judge, 
esteem, think, reckon, look upon as, take for; 
. for at consider to; .. meb en 9RuItt hnpose a 
fine upon; -i efter Soben be sentenced according 
to Uw. -ttg a (af Ubfeenbe) stately, portly; 
(flor) good-sised, (betbbelig) hand.some, consider- 
able, -'figbeb c portliness; greatness, -clfe c 
(Obre) appearance, exterior; (ftgtelfe) considera- 
tion, esteem, status, reputation; prestige; fenbe 
en af el. for - know one by sight: nbbet flor ~ 
is in high esteem; uben $etfon9 . without respect 
of persons; got iHe ^etfon» - is no respecter of 
persons, -enbe n appearance; eftet - to Judge 
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character. 

Xniga'v Ansgarius. 

Evfigt n -ft race; countenanoe, look, looks, 
mlen, visage; flæte -et ab en make (wry) faces, 
make mouths at one; t>\Q f ta mtt - out of my 
sight; fe en (lifle) i -et look one (full) in the 
face; foa ^am alDorligt inb i -et looked him 
eamestlT in the face; blxvt røb i et blush, red- 
den, colour (up), turn red; blibe lanø i -et look 
blank, make ef. pull a long fiice; flge en nt lige 
i -et tell one st (right) to his &oe; i bit -i €beb 
in the sweat of thy brow el. (bibl) face; fcette et 
alborligt . o)) put on a grave face; jeg fan fe bet 
paa bit . I see it by your looks; ^aa . ti( « meb 
stand £Bu;e to &ee with, be tnW front with. — 
flii{{gi«i(eit facial bone, -betiiegelfc facial move- 
ment (o. fi.). -bannelfe physiognomy, fe -form. 
-fart^c complexion, -førbrefeffe contortion el. 
distortion of the face, wry fi^ce, grimace, -form 
form el. make of f)&ce. -tfttber physiognomist. 
-ligleb similarity of features, -miiffcl facial 
muscle. -McriK facial nerve, -rifen facial ery- 
sipelas, -rnnbingen the oval form of the fB^e. 
•rtbmc red colour of the face, -fmertcr fiu?ial 
neuralgia, face-ache, -triet features, lineaments. 
-triefnlnger convulsions of the &ce. -«btrtit 
expression of countenance, -liinfel fiEUiial angle. 

flnfiø'()»i)i9 c -er anchovy, -bnitt keg of an- 
chovies, -fm^r anchovy paste. 

Vitflaffe vt (fig) procure, get, provide; - fig en 
(åfoipa^t set up a carriage, -ffe c procuring etc. 

Vvffretieii a-, er Del . (et Steb) is well seen, 
(^oS qam) is in great favour with him, stands 
high with him, is in his good books; er ilbe . 
^o# stands ill with him, is in bad odour with 
him. 

Vnffrig n, pi =, outcry, halloo; g»rc - give 
the alarm, cry out, call out, halloo. 

Enffne vt know by intuition. 

Enffit'clig o perspicuous, plain, intelligible. 
HWre vt render plain rl. intelligible, elucidate, 
illustrate. -Mrclfe e elucidation, illustration. 
-|cb e perspicuity. 

flitffitelfe c -r intuition, peroeption; (6t)n9* 
maabe, VIening) view; efter min . in e(. according 
to my view (of the matter). Vitffne(feå|ettite 
intuitive power, -mctoben the intuitive prin- 
ciple of instruction, -aoclfe object lesson. 

Sufhlbe vt wound (by a shot); — vt, chem 
cri^talKze, shoot into crystals. 

Ilitft^bfc vt, min turn (the water) on the 
wheels. 

Enffdnre tt (om Øagt^nnb) mouth. 

VMfiaa vt, mu9 strike: (burbere) estimate, rate, 
value, compute (til at); - for ^sjt overrate, over- 
value; ~ for lant underrate, undervalue, -mbe 
a taking, attractive. — 9(nf(ag n, pi «, mtu 
touch; mech impact; (p. Scerltsi) leader; (Sur» 
bering) estimate, valuation; ($Ian) scheme, plan, 
project, plot, design; bringe i . take into ac- 
count; gioe . paa refer to, suggest. — Eitflagdl 
(afHglc^ striking velocity, -tfiil (Urm.) strik- 
ing-wheel, -form hatchet stake, -traft force of 
impact, -linitit point of impact, -iiel (oeb $ort) 
gate stop. -luiMref ($rojeftiI#) angle of impact; 
(BærftBi) back-square, -«jelilit: i -fet at the 
instant of striking. 

Slitfliire vt spur on, stimulate, incite, instigate, 
urge, fire; . en til at gsre fit bebfte put one on 
e(. to his mettle. -Ifc c stimulation. 

Enf^miblc vt strain, stretch, put upon the 
stretch: . alle fine Ihæfter strain every nerve. 
•tiit, -tng straining, strain, exertion. 

mnfiaa vt (be^tge) please, suit, take one's 



fkncy: > e(. . fig for l>e suitable, proper, decent 
el. fit for, become, befit, beseem. 

Slitflalt cer (Sorberebelfe) preparation, arrange- 
ment, disposition; (©tiftetfe e. I.) etablishment, 
institution: gjøre -er til make arrangements, pre- 
parations for. *-mager c -e schemer, humbug, 
one who is fond of making a noise in the 
world. 

Vnflanb c deportment, grace; jur delay, ad- 
journment; paa . Oagt) upon the catch; meb ~ 
gracefully, with a good grace. — Vnfl««bg| 
bame chaperon, -grnnb caose for adjournment. 
-roOe dignified part. 

9lHfHft|e vt (Uli)ire) cause, contrive, work; 
(Uroligbeber) stir up, set on foot, raise, excite; 
(llomplot) hatch, plan, -elfe o causing etc.; paa 
band . at his instigation, -er c -t, -crffe -r 
author; instigator. 

Vnftigenbc fe Vnfoettenbe. 

«nfHffe vt (9ab) broach. 

Vnfiidic vt Institute, set on foot; . Unber' 
føae(fe(r) commence e( set on foot investigations; 
. §or^r ooer make an examination of; . gfot^'g 
make experiments; ~ betragtninger make, indulge 
in, reflections; . en ©ammenltgning draw a pa- 
rallel: -be fig fom om b<w bat nwwJe believe, pre- 
tended, afi'ected, to be: . fig bum (o. ft.) sham 
stupid. -Hug c, mere offer. 

Vnflretigle vt exert, strain, tax; . ^ne Pine for 
at fe strain one's eyes to see; . aOe fine ftræfter 
exert one's self to the utmost, strain every 
nerve; .. fig exert one's self; ~ fig ober done 
over-exert one's self -elfe c -r eflfort, exertion, 
-mbe a laborious, fatiguing, -t a: . Ørbeibe 
hard work; ~ 6tubium Intense study. 

«nflrlige vt paint, colour, brush, (meb Stall) 

white- wash, -farbcr pi house-painter's colours. 

9lnftrl)gnlng o painting etc.; coat, coating. KH' 

fhrtg n b. f.: Aa (Ubfeenbe) appearance, aspect, 

> colouring; (€mnlf) touch, tinge, dash, suspicion. 

I EvflieB'big a decent, proper; en . Selenning 

, a handsome reward; et -t $arti an eligible 

j match; en • $ige a decent, honest, girl; en . 

Sat a respectable hat: ^ar fit -e Ublomme can 
ve respectably, -bcb o decency, decorum, 
propriety. -luiiK <idv in (common) decency. 

VnfUb n (^inbring) obstacle, hindrance, im- 
pediment; (i Xaien) 1., hesitation, stammering; 
(f^orargelfe) ofifence, scandal; OHnfafb) fit, access; 
bceffe . give ofiience; tage . af take offence at. 
VnN belig a offensive, indelicate, indecent. 
fliifU'beligiKb c offensiveness. Vvftcbifleit 
stumbling block, s. stone. 

Xnfinar n responsibility, accountability; fhia 
til . DC responsible el. answerable, answer (for 
for; [oberforj to); paa eget 9(n* og tilfoat at one's 
own peril; Stage til « call to account; btageg til 
. (fot Sletten) be made amenable to Justice. 
Vitftiar|c vi fot answer for. -^ancnbe, «nfna't' 
Hg a answerable, responsible, amenable, ac- 
countable (for for; [oberfor] to, before). Un- 
fna'rllg^eb e responsibility, accountability. — 
Vnft^ardlfri, -Ud a irresponsible. -f«Cb a re- 
sponsible, full of responsibility. -ftflcCfc feeling 
of responsibility. 

flnffttning o (Smeb.) setting; ^ setting-up. 
— %n\att\€ vt (anflaa) value, estimate, rate; (til 
6Iat) assess; (i Smbebe e. t.) appoint, place; art 
ram (home); «^ set up; gobt anfat (f. 9(1. ^ole) 
finely set-on; fafi anfat permanently appointed, 
-elfe valuation, estimate; assessment; appoint- 
ment, engagement; nb . re- engagement, -mbe 
a: tom . came at full speed; tom . fot futbe 
6eil came down with all sails set. -er e -e art 
rammer, -erralbe rammer-head, -etflage ram- 
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9aføt|c vi om apply for, sue for. sollicit; — | 
vi en om petttion one for. -e? c -e petitioner, i 
applicant, supplicant, -nlng c -er petition, suit; 
sapplication, application. 

ftetage el (floblenbe) admit, receive, (noøet til» 
ftnbt) accept, (i Zjenefte) engage, (et Oatn) adopt, 
ten fiff re o. I.) embrace, espouse, adopt; (tro, 
fætte) suppoee. assume, take it; . for take for, 
set el. put down for; -i for at Offre is supposed 
to be: «en Irorm take el. assume a form; > 
Honøetitlen assume the regal title: . en SDtint 
pot on an air; . en ^rolurator retain a lawyer; 
. enS 9iaab take one's advice; . en Unbffi^Ibntng 
admit el. accept an excuse; . Sonet contract el. 
assume habits; - en Seffel, fe Kfceptere; — cr . 
f iø interest one's self in (st) el. for (one), take 
up el. espouse (a cause). Vnfta'geHg a accept- 
able, admissible, eligible; (trolig) likely; -e 8^ 
tingelfet acceptable, likely, terms: en . Størrelfe 
a Ikir e(. goodly size; — adv likely, probably, 
9iit«'øeliø|eb c aoceptableness, acceptability, 
admissibleness, eligibleness, eligibility. Vnta* 
fclfe e admission, acceptance, reception: en- 
gagement; adoption: assumption; supposition, 
theory. Vntaøeiibe n supposition. 

Vatagottid'inte o antagonism. -Hff a antago- 
nis'tic, aatag'onist. 

Smtal n number, multitude: i ~ in number, 
numerically; i et ~ af numbering^ to the num- 
ber of. 

Vntafle vi assail, attack. 

Vvteccken'Her pi antece'dents, foregoings. 

ftnttbate're rt an'tedate. 

ftntrbilnbia'Mff a antedilu'Tlan. 

tintegMle vt write down, put d., note (down), 
make a note of. -elfe c -r, -ing c -er writing 
etc.; note. 

9l«tid)»le'te tt anticipate, -aiio'u, -cring c 
anticipa'tion. • 

«BtilHett'fHfl a anUphloglstic. -fotti' c anU- 
ph'ony. -frittto'ttimetat antifriction metal. 

Vmi'gøite Antig'one. 

UutiV a anti'que; — e -er antique; en an- 
tiquity, ancient art. -tabinct cabinet of an- 
tiques. 

««tillirrcllg a Anti-Church. •tUmafd c anU- 
cUmax; ((attrrllg) bathos, •tlo'r n antichlorium. 
-frifl' e a'ntlchrist. -frifl'cUg a antichristian. 
-friHt' reply (to a criticism). 

StMtit't»« c Roman letter e(. character, -^a'v 
c -er an'tiquary, antiqua'rlan; (9og^.) second , 
hand bookseller, -»a'rbog^anbel second-hand | 
bookseller's shop, -ba'riogl^aitbler fe -oor. 
-M'rift a antiquarian; ab . 6ej at second hand. 
-Mftttft fe 9(ntitba. -Wvtt a an'tiquated. -9ite't ' 

-er antiq'uity. -oite'td^anbel old curiosity 



%ntipaH' c -er antip'athy. 

EitH|PO'|bc c -r antipode, pl antip'odes. -biff 
a antip'odal. 

nun\tpt\\V c antisep'tic method, -'iff a anU- 
septic. « 9Ribbel antiseptic. 

«iitUe'lfe -r antith'esis. -tiff anUthet'ic(al). 

Vntog n approach, advance; Si^nben er i > 
the enemy is approaching. 

flntologi' o -er anthol'ogy, choice collection. 

9inton, Vnio'nini An'thony. 

flntonømafi' c antonoma'sia. 

Vntracit' c an'thracite, glance coal. 

)(tttro)io|(o''g c -er anthropol'ogist. -logi' c 
anthroporogv. -morfiø'me canthropomo'rphism. 

4«ntrftbe fe liltræbe. 

9iitrftffe vt meet with, fall in with. 

*9inttttt n dress, attire. 

flntnertPCit n Antwerp. 

Until orbc vt deliver up. commit. 

9lnt1|b|e vt (i f^rmftiuing) indicate, shadow 
forth, give a hint of; (labe forftoa) intimate, in- 
sinuate, hint; (t^be paa) indicate, suggest, -ning 
o -er indication; intimation, insinuation, hint; 
(om noget tiltommenbe) foreshadowing, adumbra- 
tion; (Spot) trace. -ninginU adv by way of 
suggestion. 

«ntceti|be vt Olb ofD.) kindle, light; (noget 
btænbbort) Are. ignite, set fire to, set on fire. 
-'be({g a Inflammable, combustible, -'betigfyeb 
c inflammability, -beffe o kindling etc.; inflam- 
mation, igniUon. •belfediem^eratiir (^ettot.) 
flashing-point. 

Vnnenble vt (bruge) employ, use (til for); (Xtb, 
$enge) spend (in), expend, bestow (upon); (gsre 
nyttig) utilize; (teori, fiignelfe) apply (to), bring 
to bear (upon); ~ {(be misemploy, misapply; , 
fin Xib oel make a good use of one's time; labe 
fig . paa apply to; en oel -t llngbom a well-spent 
youth, -'belig a practicable, of use; . paa appli- 
cable to. -'bcligl^eb c practicability, applica- 
bility, applicableness. -belfe o employment, use, 
application; gøre (en) gob . af make a good use 
of; finbet en ubjltatt - is extensively used; finber 
. paa applies to. -bt (Watemattt ofo.) applied, 
mixed 

fln)iif|e tt (paaoife) show, indicate, point out 
(St to one); (tore) direct; (tilbele) assign, allot. 
mere assign; .. baa $anfen give a check on the 
bank; . tit Uboetaling pass for payment; . en 
ban« QKage give one an order for the payment 
of his salary; ^ en @um til (et lørug) appropriate 
a sum for. -ning c -ec mere assignment, order, 
assignation; (IBan(') check; (til at gøre nt) direc- 
tion, instruction; min indication, vein; gioe en 

paa give one the direction of. refer one to. 



sbcn>. -nitc'tdi^aitbier seller of antiquities, old I -niMgdloittor private inquiry office. 



curiosities. 

EiitiCIenie the An'tillef», the Caribbee islands; 
be fmaa -(er the Lesser A. 

Mmtitt'p{€) e -I an'tilope, antelope. 

tlMliniafaiK far e tidy, antimacassar. 

t[|ittni0'it(i«ni) n antimony, -agtig a antl- 
mo'niaL -blomft flowers of antimony. •%tini 
hydrlc antimonide, stibamine. -glani a. glance. 
-a(ai glass of a. -l|oIbig a antimo'niated. 
•IcirriM alloy of a. -ofdlpb antlmon'ic oxide 
rf. anhydride. -0¥crfitrt €alt peroxide of anti- 
mony. -|pe«tat(orl'b antimo'nious pentachlor'- 
ide. -fn^ butter of a. -(Mrt €alt antimo'niate. 
•fl|rc antlmon'ic acid. -triKorib antimonious 
chloride. *-»aiibflif fe -brint. 

%mHm9m\i9 me o Antinoznianism. -ift' o er^ 
•iflifl a Antino'mian. 

nmH'wmé Antin'dus. 

Mnti$'H\tn n An'tiocb. -fl o Antio'chian. 



Evafte'tiflc 9ntb(er pi anæsthet'ics. 

«f^palb prov fe Vbtlb. 

Hptna'\^t -r ap'panage. -gc're vt endow 
, with an appanage. 

V^ar'te a odd, out of the way; adv extra. 

Hpa\H' c ap'athy. -'Hff a apathet'ic. 

IM^atit' c ap'atite. 

9M>enit{'itertte pi the Ap'ennines. 

fl^er^n n pred's. 

9ptx\tnB n -'tia aperient. 

E|»be'(ittm n, a9t aphelion. 

tiplomb' e self-possession, assurance, 
I IMioblt'tiff a apodictic(al). 

Epoa«'nm n, a»t ap'ogee. 

fl^ofrtif (iff) a apocryphal; be -ifte ©øger. -ene 
pl the Apoc'iypha. 

I^ioflilta'rift a Apollinarlau. 

tl^ololøc't c -ft apol'ogist. -getif ' c apologet'- 
icsp/. -gc'tiff a apologet'io(al). -gi' c apol'ogy. 



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npopltlt'tlUx c -e, -ftlff a apoplectic. -Hi' 
c ap'oplexy. 

ttl^ofi'rl c -ftle & -fttet apostle; -^Itna ©er- 
ntnget the Acts (of the Apostles); rejfe meb -leneS 
4>efte, (ruge 9i. ftøretøj go on foot, trudge it, go 
on Shank's mare, -agtig a apostle-llke. -eiit= 
tebe apostleship, apostolate. fl^oftoiifl a 
apostoric(al); ben -e Zcodbetenbelfe the Apostles' 
creed 

9)»oftr|of' c -et apos'trophe. -o'te c -r apos'- 
trophe. ofe're vt apos'trophlze. 

%pottt n -tx chemist's shop, (paa Qlih, ^ofpt* 
tal 0. I) dispensary, -er c -e chemist, druggist, 
apoth'ecary. — ilpottUxfloq pharmacopoeia, 
dispensatory. -brena chemist's apprentice. 
-Irnlte gallipot, -fmtft pharmacy, »mt^iiittlpet 
chemist's assiBtant 'reotiiiis chemist's bill. 
-Iiarer drugs, -nlbenflab pharmacology. -)»lf{' 
ititi inspection of chemists* shops, -tiftgt apo- 
th'ecary's weight, troy-weight; apothecanr's 
scale. 

fl^oteo'fe c apothe'osis. -'tc vt apothe'osize 

Uppaxti't n -tx apparatus. 

%pptV c -let mil (roll-)caU; jur appeal; fia 
buovancy; ^unben ^t - the dog obeys the call. 
-It'bel a appealable. -lant' c -et apperiant. 
-lotion c appeal, appealing. -IoHo'it9frift time 
allowed for appealing. -tatio'ttStct court of 
appeal. -iatHi n -et (noun) appellative, -lete 
01 A t appeal (til to), lodge an appeal with; 
bet Ian -S fro ... til .. . from ... an appeal 
lies to . . . 'U'tinq fe -lotion. 

fl)i)ielfi'tt c -ei (sweet) orange. -ff«( orange 
-peel, -ft« orange tree. Citrus cmraruium 9i- 
nen»it. 

%pptn"%iH n -tt appendix. 

Vp^etit' c ap'petite, stomach; foo, øibe . get, 
give, an appetite; baRe -en whet el. provoke 
the a , give an edge to the a. »liQ a ap'pe- 
tizing, nice, delicate. -Udl|eb c want of a. 
-»«Ifetibe a appetizing. 

fUppiS^ a Appian. 

^)iUtt]bc're vt applau'd. -'d c applau'se, 
plaudits. 

VppHtotn'r c (the art of) fingering. 

fUpp^Xui' e, mere appoint. 

%pp9tit'x\t vt fetch and carry. -l|ttiib retriever. 

%ppoflitlo'm e apposition. 

9ippxt\it'X€ vt dress, finish. -t«'r e dressing, 
finishing, finish. -tBranfttlt finishing-laboratory. 

Wfpxohlt'xt vt approve (oO, sanction, -ttio'n, 
•e'riiig c approba'tion, sanction. 

tl|i)>rD'f&er pi approaches. 

lUfxito'B c -et a'pricot. -tr« apricot tree, 
PrunU8 armeniaca. 

flpri'l e A'pril; norte en . make an April foot 
of one; føtfle - all-fools' -day. -8 iBæbe et OonbenS 
®labe when April's wet and blows his horn it's 
a very good sign for hay and com. — V|iH(i}|- 
Mar April-fool, -»ejr April weather. 

Wfxh'xlft a a priori. 

%pxop9» adv by the bye, by the way, apro- 
pos; . om speaking of, talking of, lomme > 
come a., F come pat. 

tUlfi«, tllifl'be e ibet arch k art apsis, apse. 
Ulifibcliitieit the line of apsides. 

%pU'x\t vt fit. -iitger pi fittings. 

«MutHen n Apulia 

Er' n, pi as, scar, cicatrix, seam; ^ stigma, 
button 

♦«r, fe *«l c 2. 

Era c -et macaw, Macrocereu«. 

tira'b|er c -e AraOjlan, Ar'ab; (^eft) Arabian 
horse, -etin'be c -r Arab woman, -eft'(e) c -et 
ar'abesque. -itn n Arabia; bet Iliffelige . Arabia 



the Happy, -iff a Ara'blan, Arab'lc; « Arabic. 
•Ift' c -et ar'abist. 

Vrago'nileit u Ar'agon. -er, -erin'be Arago- 
ne'se. -fl a Arago'nlan. 

flraf fe «rtot. 

tlralfteii Lake Aral. 

flramoeift a Aramaic, Aramean. 

Eranta'rta c araucarla, monkey-puzzler. 

Erbefb, 9lrbe|be n -et (i «im., abtt 09 coner) 
work, (fun ahtt) labour; (©eftæftiflelfe) employ- 
ment; (fom f?al ubføteS) task, job; (noørt ubført, 
ifæt oonbeligt) performance, production; (gobt et 
fiet) workmanship; en grotfottet* -t the works of 
an author; -t beb bette Zøj et beunbtingSoscbigt 
the workmanship of this cloth is admirable; 
ophøjet ~ raised work, relief, embossment; cnb* 
(ogt .. inlaid work, mosaic; be offentlige -t the 
public works; offentligt - (©trof) hard laboar, 
penal servitude; ^t et ^ fot has a work in 
hand; ^n et i • he is at (his) work; { fulbt . 
hard at work; 6tobIeme et t .. the boots are in 
hand; fatte en t . set one to work; goo paa ^ 
go to work; ^olbe en fttccngt til - make one 
work hard, p keep one's nose to the grind- 
stone; bæte ub en ~ be out of work; bet et unbet 
. it is in hand, in progress of making. t>eb 
fine ^ænbetS « by the labour of his hands, by 
manual labour. 

Xtbejbc i7f A t work, labour, (fitomgt) toil; 

©inen -t the wine is working; ©tibet -t the ship 

labours; . en i jamberne work Into the hands 

of one; ..igennem work thoroughly; »inb force 

in; .op force open; ~paa work at, be engaged 

In; . paa at strive to; -t paa ebet« egen ®a(ig< 

gøtelfe work out your own salvation; . ub force 

I out; .. fig fl)g fall sick flrom hard work; .fig 

f tern work one's way; - fig iUéi work one's 

I self to death; ^ fig igennem, inb, inb i, neb 

I ofo. work one's «way through, In, into, down, 

struggle through etc.; - fig op fig work one's 

(own) way; .. ftg ub of make one's way out of. 

! Vrbejben c working 

I flrbcfber e -e (i 91Im., ogfoo om oonbeligt 9.) 
worker, workman; (Tun om legemligt) labourer 
{bib I), hand, operative; en . et fin £øn txetb the 
labourer Is worthy of his hire. -bcfoltnHia 
population of labourers, -boliger pl labourers 
dwellings, -bli town of labourers, -foreniita 
working men's association, trades' union, -floø' 
fen fe «tbeibl'. -Ybarter district inhabited by 
labourers, -opftanb rising of (the) labourers, 
-fapen fe -fpotg«moaIrt. -famfnnb fe -forening. 
Erbelberfle c -t work- woman, worker. Erbe|bet> 
fptrødmaaiet the labour question. 

flrbefbdlanflalt workhouse, -baab ^ pinnace. 
ski£P, dingy, -befparenbe a labour-saving. -M 
working bee. -borb work-table, -bmg work, 
-bijrbe labour, toil, -bag work-day, working 
-day. -bragt working dress, mil fatigue dress, 
-bpgtig a able to work, capable of working, 
able-bodied. -b)|gHgl|eb working ability, ikcnlty 
el. powers, -blfr working beast, -b^ (poo Don) 
working-door. -fag department of labour. 
-flaabe ^ floating stage, -fib Industry. -foR 
pi labourers, workmen, operatives, workpeople, 
-formanb foreman, overseer, •fortienrfle earn- 
ings pi. -fratte working coat, undress coat, 
-fvt a exempt fh>m work; en . Zime a vacant 
hour, leisure hour. -ffoeKe fellow-worker. -f#r 
a able to work, able-bodied. -f«rl|eb e ability 
to work; maturity for labour, -giber, -bcnre 
employer, -gnib jeweller's gold. -Ilct work- 
•horse, >?p drudge, -^nd work-house. -|bielirtng 
met tymparch. -inbfHlling strike, -inbtttgt 
eaminigs. -fori labouring man. -Kailfett the 
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pcutT of men on Tatigue. 'tømt charvroman. 
•frtft working- power, strength to work; number 
of handa. -Ivrli work-basket, -(eff hire of 
workmen. -Ilifl love of work. -Il|ftni a fond 
of working. -U« wages pl, hire; -nen {Høer 
wages are going up. -fød a out of work, want- 
ing employment; -løfe pl out-of-work men, un- 
employed: gøre . throw out of work. -U^l^cb 
c want of employment, -maabe working me- 
thod -ntaiib workman, labourer, -tnafrinc 
operator. -wfititelVe drudge, -nilire working 
•ant. worker-ant. -møragbf amount of work, 
work done, -ncbdrggelfc strike. 

flTM'bfim a industrious, hard-working, labori- 
ous. -|rb e industry, laboriousness. 

Utbtih^lftn^t wages. -|iHfer pi rates of 
wages, •fang workmen's song. -fe|{{ita ^ 
sennit, -f^ag df handspike. -fliarcBbe a labour 
•aaving. -flaabdiiiitg stoppage of work; (fro 
ftrbeiblgioeti 6ibe) lock-out. -ficb place of 
work, -fløf material (for working), -flol number 
of hands, -fine work-room, workshop; study. 
•#%lte block, material, -ftijrte fe -fiol. -tager 
employed, employe, -tallie ^ burton-tackle. 
-tafte work bag. -tegniiig working drawing. 
-db working hours; lort . short hours; efter -en 
after hours; rlltra . o ver- time, -time hour of 
work, -travg want of work el. employment. 
-tfd toiler. -tø| working clothes, -nbbafa 
working conmiittee. -bant a accustomed el. 
used to work, Inured to labour, "bogii (agri- 
cultural) cart el. waggon, -borrelfc fe -ftue. 

fivm' fe «tn<. 

Srbanitelfc e cicatrisation. 

Vrbe«'iiCT|»e pi the Ardennes, -flobcn the 
Forest of A. 

Sreat n -er a'rea, stretch, (i Zanber Sanb) 
acreage. 

Mtttm e areca(-palm), betel-nut tree, -fa«! 
eabbage-tree, Areca oleraeea. -tKb arecanut. 
-balmc fe fliela. 

9re'm e arena. 

tfreaiNi'g c areop'agus. 

tfrg o wicked, bad, arrant, * angry; io -ere 
Slaft, io bebre SbCb the greater rogue, the better 
luck; bet -efle Saab! the most wretched stuff, 
the veriest trash. 

tfrgalifaar n a'rgali, Ooit aminon. 

Srgasbfl Sampe A'rgand lamp. 

ttbrgcUJi cunning, craft, wile. 

ErgeMta'ii n a'rgentan, german silver. 

Vrgrmtiii'a (ben argentmfle 9te)>iiblit) c Ar- 
gentina. 

Ergoiiaii't c -n A'rgonaut. «ntiget the At- 
gonau'tie expedition. 

Srgi bet o, pi at, A'rgive. 

SrgMmmt' n -er a'rgument. -e'rf vi reason, 
argue, -atia'ii, -e'riiig e argnmenta'tion, rea- 
soning. 

Srg«9 c A'rgus. -fafaii A. pheasant, Arøu» 
ffignnt^ma. -fawawrfttgl silver - studded blue 
botterfly, Papilio Argw. ^|ttc the eyes of 
Akus, Argus-eyed vigilance. 

mriab'iietraab clew. 

Vfia'iilef c t. -fP a A'rian. 

tirie e 't air, aria. 

ftricf c -e Aryan. 

ftrilbéclb : fra . time out of mind, from time 
ImmemoriaL 

«ritort' e Ar'istarch. 

VriflP ' Aryan. 

«rita'faliiei Arlstoph'anes. -'irifP a Aristo- 
phan'ic. 

ErifNfra't o -er aristocrat. •{' n aristoc'racy. 
-if a adstocrat'ic(al). 



«Hflo'tellei» Aristotle, -'(iter o -t, -lifl a 
Aristotelian. 

Kritmeltil' c arlth'metic. - HIer c -e arith- 
metic'ian. «'tiff a arlthmet'ic(al). 

tVrl c ark; $agtenS . the ark of the covenant; 
9h)0^ . Noah's Ark. 

Vrt n, pi Es, sheet. 

Vrfa'be c -r arcade. 

Vrtabilc« n Arcadia, -er c-t, -jl a Arcadian. 

Vrtaldme c -r a'rchaism. -fl' Iff a archa'ic. 

Vrta'itnin n -na arca'num. 

ilrrebttlfa'bebaitb arquebusade. -fc're rt shoot. 

tlrtcH' n 4, gun-room. -<iort gun-room port 

«rf(c)|ffribe7 copyist. -fltribMivg copying (by 
the folio), -tal number of sheets. 

%xlttW e a'rchetype. 

Vriebiø adv by the sheet. 

Vrtimaitbrit' o -er archiman 'drite. 

Slrtimebift a ®frue Archimedes el. Archi- 
me'dean e(. Archimede'an screw. 

Vrtibc|la'g n archlpel'ago. -'lag»! the Archi- 
pel'ago. 

flrfitelt' c -er a'rchltect -o'liifl a architec- 
tural, architeoton'lc. -nro architecture, -n'r» 
maler architectural painter, painter of architec- 
tural subjects. 

Ertitra'b o a'rchitrave. 

Jlrfi b « -er archives pl\ (Stebet) muniment 
-room, m. house, record office, -at c -er 
keeper of the records el. archives, archive- 
keeper, -fager pl archives. 

Srfont' c -er a'rchon. -bierbig^b archonship. 

ErtdTols'g -er archæoroglst. -i' c archæol'- 
ogy. -iff a archæolog'ic(al). 

nr« a poor; fe Slibber. 

Vrnt -e (ogf. fig om tinter, ^ob, Sæneflol o. fl.) 
a'rm; (af ^abbugt) member; (p. 2)am^m., 6efd' 
tant) radius; *, i^dti en S^fefrone branch of a 
chandelier; ben Derbltige . the secular power; 
^olber ftøb for fin . maketh flesh his arm; $Iab« 
HI at race -ene elbow-room: . i . arm and (el. 
in) arm, vrith locked arms, F arm in crook 
together; fatte -ene i @iben set el put the arms 
a klmbo; meb -ene i @iben with arms a-kimbo; 
Tafiebe fia i -ene baa mig threw himself into my 
arms, fio took refuge with me; git meb ^m 
unber -en walked arm and arm with him; fig 
taoe en unber -ene lend one a helping hand. 

Vrmatn'r c a'rmament; phyt k met a'rmature. 
-fifle arm-chest, -fibttev pl armament. 

9inii|baaiib bracelet, armlet, -ben bone of 
the arm. -bebiegclfe gesture. -bi«b (arm)8llng, 
bandage, -bmb fracture of an arm. -bctfl 
cross-bow. -br^flboll cross-arrow. -biftiatHi« 
chevron. 

^rme ub vt impoverish. 

tlrwé' c -er a'rmy. -befalivg general order. 
-bnbget army estimates, -bebartemeiitet the 
War office, -lorb^^ army-division, army-corps. 

Hrme'iiileii n Armenia, -er e -t, -eriii'be e 
-r, -ff a Armenian. 

firme'ric vt arm. -i«g c armament. -i«gtf> 
rcglemeitt armament-book. 

«rmlfnlb o armful, -f^bbebc, fibber pi 
brachiopods. -1|«1 (Smp.) hand-hole. -^«I, -l|iile 
armpit. 

Vrmi«ia'«|cr c, -ff a Armin'ian. 

Vrm|*riiab sleeve-button, -fraft power of 
arm. -Icb brachial Joint. Atta, -Idrne arm» 
support for the elbow. -Iftagbc length of arm. 

Wratob e poverty, penury. — Slriiiobii^bani 
c poverty, ♦•folt poor people. -Hbirftlig o 
haggard. 

«rmlbite brachial bone, -bolbb hydra. -bHbe 
arm-cushion, -ring bracelet, arm-ring. -ffi«ne 
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'ipån bibl bracelet, -f^fdrlk gasset. '\p(tuh€ 
snap of a bracelet, -ftag^ branch caDdlestlck. 
-fiilliltg saw -frame, -flil arm-chair. -IhiiiMi 
stnmp of an arm. -fllirtc strength of arm. 
'fttttt a strong in the arms. -ftøb arm, support 
for the arms. -fUtte rest. -tøg stroke (in 
swimming); grapple; tage . grapple, -trie sleeve 
board, -tttt a thick as an arm. 

Utnau't e -tr, -iff a A'maut. 

Vme -t hearth. -Kb chimney tfire. -frog 
chimney comer, fireside, -flfb fe Vme; fig hot 
•bed, seat (fot of;. 

Kro'nui e aroma, -'tiff a aromatic. 

Sif^e e fnrftir, achor. 

Err at e arrack, rack. 

ErraiifCinieiif n -er arra'ngement. -'re vt 
arrange. 

Sirrcfl' -er (Oeflog) arrest, seisure; {paa 6(16) 
embargo; (5«ngfcl) custody, confinement, prison, 
fe -^ui; ffftte i ~ send to prison; betægøe meb > 
put under an arrest, seize, (éNbe) embargo; 

Silbe en i ftrenø . hold one a close prisoner. 
rreflaiit' o er prisoner. )irrcfl|befafiit( fe 
-otbre. -b#ie ^ bilboes pi. JInrefle're vt arrest, 
apprehend, take Into custody; faa en -t give one 
into c. Vrrcfte'rittg e arrest, arresting. Erreftl* 
fforretniva arrest, arrestation, seizure, -førbarer 
jailer, keeper of a prison, -bnd house of deten- 
tion, lock-up. -tenbelfe, -orbre warrant, mit- 
timus 

Sirret a scarred. 

Errle'regarbe rear, rearguard. 

Vrrig a ill tempered, ill-natured; fe Vrg; . 
ftbinbe ill-tempered woman, shrew, vixen, term- 
agant; . ^unb snappish dog; Mibe . paa get 
angry with, «leb, -ffab e ill-temper, Hi-nature. 

Vrroglaii'cc c arrogance, ar'rogancy. -««f o 
ar'rogant. insolent, -e're fig vr ar'rogate to 
one's selr. 

Erroiibe're vt round off. 

91x9 c p arse, -lalbe buttock. 

Srfena'I n -er a'rsenal. 

Erfe'«, «rfeulf c arsenic; bbib - fe fbtlino. 
-awafgam arseni'uret, a'rsenide. Vrfentta'lff 
a arsenical. Erfenttl brint bydric arsenide, 
arsen amine, -f araifttttvg arsenic - poisoning. 
•I^Ofblg a arsen ical, a'rsenal. -{am a'rsenate 
of iron, -fig arsen'ical pyrites, -fait -fnrt 
Salt a'rsenate. -fbifcr arsenic-eater, -fnr: . 
ftoli a'rsenate of potash (o. fl.). -flfre arsen'ic 
acid, bydric arsenate. -fl)r(iiig arse'nious add, 
white arsenic, •banbftof fe -bnnt. 

Ilrg|f«ber breech-leather, -mibfe (crupper-) 
dock, -liiffer bum-brusher. -biff bum-fodder. 

Ert c -er (iBafen) nature, natural disposition; 
(6laøl) sort, kind, fmobf. eiagt) species; maahe) 
fiAshion, way; bet ^at ingen . it won't do, it's 
not the thing; meb ... pat bet ingen (rigtig) . 
... is rather unsatlsfitctory. 

Urte vi åo r fia (fiao on) grow, thrive; - flg 
gobt promise well; turn out well; . (fig) efter 
take after; . ub, fe Ubotte. 

Vrterie c -t a'rtery. -Kob arte'rial blood. 

Erte'fiff a Otønb artesian well. 

Vrtig a (^flig) civil, courteous, polite; (mobf. 
uartig) well-behaved, good; (egen) rare, curious; 
bttr taa . (tilbpbenbe) (if you) please, there it is, 
F there you are; ja tæt f oa - (tiOabenbe) by all 
means, you are quite welcome; bær foo . at 
have the goodness to, be so kind as to, ... if 
you please, -^eb c -et civility, courtesy, polite- 
ness; fige en -er say civil things to one, pay 
one compliments. 

•rtif'lel -flft ioram, »ore-, tto«-) a'rtide: 
($oft) item, head, count; («fbeling ai et 6trift) 
section, clause; (SlabO article, paper, (Tort^ 



paragraph, -edbreb articles of war. -«tatio'it 
e arucula'tion. -ttle're vt artic'ulate. 

ttrtiOeri' n artiU'ery, ordnance; rtbenbe . horse 
a. -gobd, -inbeiitariitni ^ ordnance stores, 
•tor^ artillery. -turfMil cotirse of artillery. 
•Ujtnavt lieutenant in the artillery. ^ gunnery 
lieutenant (o. ff.). -ntaolefiot caliber-rule. -Ipcrf 
park of cavallery. -falbe salvo of artillery. -fNi 
gunnery ship, -ffile school of artillery, -fi' c 
-er artill'erist, arUUery-man; «L gunner, -bll^ai- 
ffab science of artillery, ••beifer gunnery prac- 
tice. 

Hrtiff at' c -fet (true) a'rtichoke, Cvnara %eoly- 
mu9\ f)Kinf( ~ cardoon, Cynara earduneulttå. -bnilb, 
•ftol artichoke bottom. 

ErtittiR, c atiamen ~ the matriculation exami- 
nation. ftrtiumfiopgoDe o matriculation paper. 

Vrtd|ntiertc specific character. -Bab» specific 
name, -rigbom number of spedes, -bafg natu- 
ral selection. 

SIrttm c cuckoo-pint, wake-robin. Arum. 

Erb c -e (a6«r & cone) inheritance; (Inn eonc) 
heritage, (ejftet ftoroelbre) patrimony; ttlttæbe en 
. enter upon an inheritance; toae . efter suc- 
ceed to, inherit from e(. of; gao fro . og (Sttlt 
renounce inheritance and debts; foo i . succeed 
to; goo i lige . succeed to el. come in for an 
equal share of inheritance; goo i .. til descend 
to; gioe til . og S|e bestow in fUll property; 
beb . by inheritance. — Vrbc vt & i (nt) inherit, 
succeed to; (en) be the heir of; . efter inherit 
from. 

Hrbe c chickweed, AUine media; t pimpernel, 
AnagailU. 

Xrbclabct hereditary nobility, -afgift legacy 
el succession duty, -begrabelfe Ikmlly vault, 
-berettigelfc fe -ret. -berettiget a entitled to 
inheritance, capable of Inheriting, -bet in- 
heritance, heritage, portion, share of an in- 
heritance, -beflttg division of an inheritance, 
-falb succession, -falbtret the king's right to 
unclaimed inheritances. -fe|I hereditary defect, 
•fteiibe, -flenbe hereditary el. born enemy. 
-fieiibftab, -ficnbftab hereditary enmity, -for* 
bring claim on an inheritance. -foreniRg com- 
pact about an inheritance, -fiyrfte hereditary 
prince, -fftfle heritable lease, emphyteusis, 
(omtr.) copyhold, -fiefleafglft emphyteutic rent. 
-firftebrcb heritable lease contract, -fdrflegaarb 
emphyteutic form, fee form, -forfler emphy- 
teutlcary, tenant by emphyteusis, fee-farmer, 
-firftcfttfbe deed of conveyance by emphyteusis. 
-f«bt a legitimate, -fafge order of Inheritance, 
(om ftonge o. I.) succession, (p. Øobl) entail. 
-ftflgetrig war of succession. -f^Igelob law of 
succession (0. fl.). -gaarb patrimonial e(. hereditary 
estate, -gang descent, succession. -gangSntaobe 
mode e(. manner of succession, -gobg (flro) 
inheritance, heirloom, heritage, patrimony; fe 
-goorb. -gielb hereditary debt, -flerre hereditaiy 
monarch, -bertng Hereditary Duke, -^n* royal 
line el. house, -fbl^^g homage, oath of fealty. 
-|orb hereditary land(8). -tonge hereditary king, 
t-tøb sum paid (by foreigners) for inheritance, 
-laber o -e testator, bequeather, devisor, -lober' 
fte c t testatrix, -lanb (9Hge) hereditary king- 
dom; fe -jorb. -leb generation, remove, -len 
hereditary fief. 

Srbelig a heritable, inheritable; et . i biffe 
9onitUet runs in fomllies. -lyeb o inherltabllity. 
(Stoturf).) heredity. -leb^Ioben the law of he- 
redity. 

Erbelllnie line of succession, -tab hereditary 
share, share of (an) inheritance. -leb law of 
succession. -U9 o disinherited; fe ogfoo VrtKng> 
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•l$itøttl\€, -Uilycb e disinherison, disinherit- 

tnoe. -WMbe le -øanølmaabe. -madfe estate, 
residne. -ntiblet hereditary fortune, fortune 
obtained by inheritance. -|laa|lftiib fe -fotbrtna. 
-Hgt H -forening, 'pittt fe -bel. 'iniuå heir 
presumptive (to the throne). -Iirinfeife consort 
of the .fltbrprin»'. -Tcaerivt hereditary govern- 
ment. Hret right of inheriting el. succession, 
helTBhlp. -retlig a -e Steglet rules of inherlt- 
tnce. -ri(C hereditary monarchy, -fag law- 
foit concerning an inheritance el. succession. 
•fhtt fe -afgift -ftifte partition of an inherit- 
ance, -flot hereditaiy state, -ftørlertvg Hered- 
itary Grand Dulce, -ftvib dispute about an 
inheritance. -fUlg embezzlement of inheritance, 
defrauding of co-heirs. -fl)8bom, -fijgc hered- 
itary malady. -fi|«beii original sin; grim, fibg, 
iom . as ugly as sin. -fiebe family seat. -f^Qtf* 
■cal fe -fag. -ftflu inherited silver, a silver heir 
-loom -tr» hereditary fitith. "ttttttt fe -ftrib. 
•Urgt entering upon, taking possession or, an 
inheritance. -«I ftineral feast. 

9nptn( -er heir, Inhentor, (Tbinbelig) heiress. 
Inheritress, inheritrix; .. efter Sooen hSr-at-law, 
rftaiHfIg . heir-apparent; for ISjeblitlet nsmtefie 
. heir presumptive; inbfatte ^m til . instituted 
him my heir. -(^)Ug a (om $etf on) without heirs, 
heirless; (ont titb) unclaimed, vacant. -iUilieb 
t vacancy. 

Unptager c -e Inheritor, heir. 

C»' n, mu» A flat. 

M c -er As, pi Ases (gods of Norse mythology). 

«falb e -tc\t «IlelbærrBn. 

9lfa|l«reii the religion of the Ases, Old Norse 
mythology. -t|ør Thor the As. 

tUbrfl c asbes'tos, asbestus. 

%U vi toll; . fig ftem toil onwards. 

Vfem n -er (oafaa fio) ass. -fole foal e(. colt 
of an an. -^«b hide of an ass. -in'bc e -r 
ibe-ass. -t«ft Jaw-bone of an ass. 

ftfclpH'tt M boradc add. 

Eif alf e asphalt, asphaltum. »Cre vt asphalt, 
bitnmenize. -fiU asphalted felt. 

VifelKl' e as'phodel, Atphodelw. 

Wf*f*' c asphyx'la, asphyxy. 

*9df a«rMre|eii Arthur's chase. 

%fm, Efie e -er (large) preserved encumber. 

EJi|c«»Afiia. -«'tev e Asiatic, -a'tiff a Asiatic, 
A'tian; bet a-ttf!e tbttt Turkey in Asia. 

9ff e er ash, /Voxtn«« exeeUior; af • ash, 
ashen. 

*9Lfi e -tx box. 

Effarfbe e -r as'caris, pi ascarides. 

Epe e ashes pi (i 6mf . og ekém ogfaa tino, f • 9U. 
bone-ash; ogfaa: the ash of a cigar); lagge 1 . 
lay in, el. reduce to. ashes; o))|tob af -n rose 
agSain from its ashes; fotbanblet til . incinerated; 
tonne af -n og i ^\Un plump out of the frying 
•pan into the fire. 'hM a baked in hot ashes. 
•IcMlkcr ash-pan. -befiaiibbele constituents of 
the ash. 

Efleitabet a (ftartoffel) ash-leaved. 

ftffc|il««bet a mixed with ashes. -»Il| fe 
SUnut. -brsnibiitt burning to ashes, incinera- 
tion, -(«gev ash-cup, ash-tray, -bigel crucible 
made of ashes, -b^r ash-door. -fa«g ash-hole, 
repository for ashes (in a fhmace). -favbc ash 
colour, -ffarbet, -graa a ashy, ash-coloured, 
ash-gray, aab-white, ashen- white, cinereous. *-fi9 
fe -labb. -Iiil asbhole, (Dmp.) ash-pit, (i d<trn) 
flaw. -fa(C cake baked in hot ashes, -tegtc 
oone of vulcanic scoriæ. -fmttc cinerary urn, 
ftmeral urn. -labb »Boots«, «e ashiepattle (the 
Toongest son In the Norwegian nursery taJes, 
a male Cinderella). -Inb lye of ashes, -ovdbag 
Ash-Wednesday. -|iit Cinderella, 'pøå ash- 



buoket. -regit shower of ashes, -rtg a rich in 
ashes, -rani ash-pit. 

SfTe'fe asceticism. 

Eflelflnffe (i ftatfelobn) ash-pan. -flianb ash 
-bucket. 

tlge't c -et, «ffe'tifl a ascetic. 

Effetr« fe «fl; ash-wood. 

tlffett«((cv (®ten) o ash-drawer. 

SI etibc v^ A-shlps. 

%ip c (%i\t) flnscale, Atpiw mpax. 

n\p c -er fe mp. 

Efl^artgi'it e aspar'agine. 

%\pn'^t9 {+ Vfparge) e pi =, asparagus, 
sparrow-grass, Atparoifw. -bcb bed of a. -b«««e 
a kind of kidney bean, -«rt winged pea, 
Tetmoonolobu». -Iløbeber tops of asparagus, 
-laal broccoli, Braitica olemeea atparoQotdeå. 
•filib, -fiitlera.-knife. -fliibfcr fe -^obeber. -f«rt 
6alt aspa'rtate. -fbre aspa'rtic acid. 

Vf^ett' o -er (ogfaa attr) as'pect. -ev pi con- 
figuration; antaje . configurate. 

flf|»e|I«> fe Wpt: ••maar fe ®Iob-. 

mptt'tø mm.) losing hazard. 

Efbie e (iRet) aspic. 

flf|iir|a«t' c -er aspi'rant. aspi'rer, candidate, 
-alio 11 <j aspira'tion. -e're vt as'pirate; — H 
til, efter aspire to. 

Xfbi>fl««gc asp, Naja kaje. 

fidfei'før c -er judge (where there are more 
than one), judge-lateral, puisne-judge. 

Edfiet' -tet (dessert) plate. 

Våfi(it|aicv t assignats. -aiti't e -er check 
•holder, -a't(itå) c drawee. 

SIdfiniilc'rc vt assimilate (neb to); . fig assimi 
late. 

Edfi'fler pi assizes, -vet court of assises. 

«dfiftlait'ce c assis'tance. -eiid'liH9 lombard 
(-house). -cnlliRlfebbcl pawnbroker's duplicate. 
-enØRV df assistant watch, -eiit' e -er assis'tant. 
-c're vtx i assist (oeb at el. in). 

tlificié c -er partner; bare ^ i participate in; 
optaat fom . take into partnership. 

Eøfartler'e vt assort, -imeiit' n asso'rtment. 

ttøfitraii'ce e insurance, assu'rance, (So») 
underwriting, marine insurance; tegne . effect 
1., (om tlMuranbot) underwrite the 1. -leUI fe 
-fum. -forniiiig, -tomiragiii fe -feiflab. -lotttor 
1. office, -magier i.-broker. -|»olice policy of i. 
•p90tt^ action on policv. -|irøbif{øit commission 
for effecting 1. "pxæmit premium of i. -fclffab 
i.-company. -fHW sum insured, -f big defrauda- 
tion on the underwriters, -»«fe» Insurance 
matters. — Edfuranb^'r o -er insurer, assurer, 
(naonl. 6») underwriter. — Vdfnre're vt Insure, 
assure; bet oat ilfe -t there was no insurance. 

Vdfb'HIm n Assyr'ia. -Cf c, -cHii'be c -r, -ff 
Awyrian. 

Vfta'tifl a astatic. 

%nn -• (KfNrØ -et) aster. 

Eflerøl'be e r as'teroid. 

EMwa e asthma, -papix antJasthmatio paper, 
touch-paper, -'titer e -e, -'tiff a asthmatic. 

tlflva'gcl milk vetch, AMtraoalu»; (fsb) wild 
liquorice, A. glyciphyllur, (vgte) goat's thorn, 
A. tragacanthut. -faffe Swedish coflfée, Attragaluå 
bceticuå. 

fIftrafa'itffiHb Astrakhan' ftir. 

%nta'Uampt as'tral lamp. 

Eflran'tle e masterwort, Aåtrantia. 

9fitvo|Ia'biitni n bier as'trolabe. -Ib'g c -et 
astrol'oger. -logl' e astrol'ogy. -li'gtff a astro- 
log ic(al). -no 'm e -er astron'omer. -ttbmi' c 
astron'omy. -itø'iniff a astronom'icaL 

%flii'r|lni n the Asturias, -iev e, -Iff a Astu- 
rlan. 

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-ffote charity school, -ret the right of an i 
asylum. 

nt' conj (foran Scetn.) that; (for) at ifte lest; 
meb minbie at unless; bet ftulbe ba oære at unless 
indeed: ieg toibler ilte om at I do not doubt but: 
ieg orb, at ^an er ævlia I know that he is honest { 
ft. I know him to be n.; bet unbrer miø. at bu torn 
I wonder at your coming; ben Omitænbiø^eb, at 
Ian lorn the circumstance el. fact of his coming; 
følgen af, at ^an font the consequence of his 
coming; efter at when, after; for at that, in 
order that; bet er intet onbt i at ^n . . . there 
is no harm in his . . . -ing; faa at so that; faa 
It)ft, at bet gør onbt t Øjnene so bright as to pain 
the eyes; 9(t)l^en er for gob til at ieg Ian tco ben 
the news is too good for me to believe it 

9lt' conj (foran inf) to; at fige that's to say: iea 
oil prøoe at gøre bet I will try to do it ( F and 
do it); bet er let at fe it is easy to see; ber er 
intet at fe there is nothing to be seen; for at 
to; for iRe at not to; eftet, i, meb, om ofo. at 
after etc. -ing; maa Jeg uleilige ^em meb at may 
I trouble you to; til at to; bi( 2)e ^aoe mig til ot 
tafle . . . would you have me (to) wash . . .; 
iRe tt( at beflrioe not to be described; oeb at 
atbelbe (Oltbbel) by working; oeb at fe mig om 
O: ibet) looking round; ieg groeber oeb at tcenle 
i^a I weep to think of. 

ntaliift'iste e at'avism, reversion. 

SlteUe r n -er studio. 

Xteildnt'e o a'theism. -fl' c -er a'thelst. 
-ifl'ift a athe'istic(al). 

9ltl|anafia'nfl a -. bet -e Sljmbolum the Athana'- 
sian creed. 

Xt^eit n Ath'ens. 

tttfje'iie Minerva, Athena, -temipel temple of 
Minerva (o. f{.>. 

VtbeKien'f |er c -e, -eriu'fte c -x, -iff a Athe'nisn. 

9(tqer.ff'itm n athenæum. 

9(t(ttKt'|er pi atlantes. -cr^alpet the Atlantic 
(ocean); Rejfe obet ~ over-sea voyage. -Ifl a 
Atlantic. 

9lt(a9 c k n -fer (ogfaa ^birbelben) atlas. 

9tlad(t)n satin. -M«b a satin-like, -ertd fibrous 
malachite, -fornttt large square folio, -fngl 
satin bower bird, Ptilonorkynchxu koloferioui. 
-gam satin wool. 

9(t(a9f|lPiriiel atlas. 

9(t(adite9 a satin. -Iffber glazed leather. 

9lt(a9UlPe Barbary lion, Leo burbaru». 

9lMtii\paplt satin paper, 'ipat, -fte« satin 
spar, -f^pinber atlas, -tr« satin wood, Chioroxj/lon 
StneUnia. 

«Itlet c -et, athlete. -Iff a athletic. 

«ItUnaaitb garganey, Anoå guerguedula. 

9ltistoffff'r|e c -r atmosphere, -iff a atmo- 
8pher'lc(al). 

nto'nt n -er at'om. -iff- -iftifl a atomic. 
•Itet c atomicity. -lonreit (the) atomic philo- 
sophy, -teoriett the atomic theory, -tol, -lP<egt 
atomic weight. 

*9lt)paa1Iffitg c cont appendage, tail. 

Sttai^é c -er atUché. 

Kttett eighteen, -be eighteenth. 

9ltteitt|a't n -er attempt: . paa nt an attempt 
at St; gøre . paa en, mob enl Sib make an attempt 
on, e(. attempt, one's life. 

fitter adv again, once more; . anbre still 
others, others still; . og atter again and again, 
over and over again, -(ub fe 9tfbub. -Kaitg 
0. ft. fe (Sen-. 

Vittefl' c -et certificate, testimonial. -a"t9 c 
graduation in divinity, in law; tage juribift . 
graduate in law. -e're vt certify (meb eHet uben 
to), attest, -e'riiig c certification, attestation. 



«ttll c fe @ommer^t)(b. 
ntHV, «Cttir« c att ic (story). 

«It tiller 0. -ift a Attic. 

Vttraa c desire (eftet oO, craving, yearning, 
longing (efter for, efter at to); fanfelig . sensoal 
desire. «Ittraa vt denire, covet, aspire to, yearn 
after, -liierbig a desirable, covetable. 

^tttap'ie) c -r trap, take-in. -ere vt seize, 
catch. 

Uttriftttt' n -er attribute. 

9(ttbien9' c -er audience; faa . ^o8 get an a. 
of. -gentat, -bærelfe audience room, presence 
■chamt)er. 

«iKbilto'rittiit » iet leoture room; (Xit^øreme) 
au'ditory, audience, -t^'r c -et Solicitor to the 
Royal Army and Navy. 

«iKgiadttalb Augean stables. 

tliigit' c au'gite. -porfljr augitlc porphyry. 

Kttgntent' n -et aug'ment. 

Kttgdbnrg n Augsburg; ben -f!e ftonfetfion the 
Augustan Confession. 

nngK'r c -er augur. 

ttnøKfl' c Au'gust; (9omabnet) Augustus. •• 
August'a. -c iff: ben -e Xibdalbet the Augustan 
age. -I'lt St. August'ine. -I 'ner c e- August- 
in lan. -i'KerntiiKl August'ine, Austin friar. 
-i'Kerorbeneit the August ine order. 

ttttftio'n c -er (sale by) auction, (public) sale, 
auction sale, vendue; fælge beb » sell by a.; 
fætte til . put up to a. muftiOKariKft c auc- 
tioneer. — 9(itItioii9|(eM fe -pcnat. -1Kb ($et' 
fon) assistant at an a ; (bet bet brjbti) bid. -ftcg 
day of the sale, -birelt^ director of public 
sales (in a district), -forretitiitg fe «Cuftion. 
•forbafter auctioneer, -geblir fe -omtoflninget. 
-tantnter auctioneer's hammer; lomme unber -en 
go to the hammer. -f)o(ber auctioneer, vendue 
-master, -tatalog sale catalogue. -lottbitioner 
conditions of sale, -(øfale auction room, auc- 
tion mart, saleroom, -ømlofliiittøer auctioneer's 
fees, -penge amount of an auction, -platat 
notice of sale. -pri9 a. -price, -regttiitg a. -bill 
-rctttirmt person who has demanded a sale by 
auction, -ftobe conveyance signed by the auc- 
tioneer, -fleb place where an a. is held. -lP«rfeK 
laws and regulations relative to auctions. 

♦«ur c gravel. 

Slurit'el c -fler auricula, bear's ear. 

ttnripignteitt' n o'rpiment. 

Mntp'ta Auro'ra; (Sommerfugl) orange-tip 
(butterfly), Anthocharif. 

Vnffnulaiit' o -er law student keeping his 
terms, -atio'it o auscultation, -e're vt examine 
by the stethoscope; — c» keep one's terms. 

tliifpic'ier pi aus'pices. 

9(ttftrali|eii n Australa'sia, Polynesia, (9h}^oI« 
lanb) Australia, -er e -e, -erinbe c -t, -fl Au- 
stralian. 

tttttenlti' c authenticity, -'tiff a authent- 
ic(al). 

tlnto|biografi o autobiog'raphy. -i^to'tt e -et 
autochthon. 

tliitobafe' e -et auto-da-fe (pi autos-da-fe). 

fltttobibalt' o -et self-taught man. 

tlKtogra'f c -et au'tograph. -e're vt au'to- 
graph -i' c autography, -iff a autographic 
•famler, -fantling collector, collection, of au- 
tographs. 

«tttonta't n & c -et autom'aton (pi -ta el. -tons). 
-ift a automatlc(al). 

tintor e -orer author, -ifatio'n e -et authorl- 
za'iion. -If e're vt au thorize, empower. -Ife'ret 
a authorized, licensed, -ite t o -et author ity. 
-ite'tStro unquestiouing fiEiith. 

SCnsiliff'r* auxiliary. 

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M^mm'tt c profit, advantage, advance, -ntettt, 
• -et advancement, promotion, preferment, -'re 
9$ (xtfltt fmn) advance; (focfcemmel) be promoted 
«I. preferred, rise (in the service). 

tUNUt'tiorte e vansiiard, van. 

W$e vt (toinge) check, restrain. — Vne e check, 
control, restraint; (Xugt) discipline, correction, 
chastiaement: ^olbe en i . keep one in check, 
under restraint. t-U9 a unrestrained, undis- 
ciplined. 

fK»e-9larUi «t Ave<BIary). 

WKmti'mtt%l<nttt Mount Av'entine. 

••<?)#' e -er obverse (side), -(lo'» c aver'sion. 
-iom«'lfMai sum of acquittance, -te've vt ad- 
vertise, -tiftfe'meiit' n -et adver'tisement; inb* 
T^Re et . advertise. — Vnertidfewentdlloittor 
advertiaing offioe. -owlofhiiitger expenses for 
advertiaements. -9th cautionary word, -liofi fe 
Wri^o-. -ti^enke advertiser. — mipevtif^gttt 
call-boy. 

tV»ct a awkward, clumsy. 

fKlite^ e envy: t (9taq) grudge, rancour; tore . 
til CB bear one malice, have a grudge el. spite 
against one, owe one a grudge. — «liiitMlfti 
« without malloe et. envy, »fntk a spiteitil, 
malignant, envious. 

fKinskffialb : fsre . nob ftongen bear arms 
«gainst the king and state. 

«9iiiMmatt^ e maligner, enemy. Vniilblflyg a 
envious. -fMt envy. 

*fbiili8 fe from. 

ftlH'i e Mere advice. 

fK)H'# c -er newspaper. Journal, public print, 
paper; Moa jeg fe ben . efter ^n? I will take 
that paper after you, please; ^olbe en . take in 
a p^;>er; fætte nt i -en Insert st in the news- 
paper, advertise, -tab A hoax, -artitel n article, 
<ffct) paragraph. 

flbrt'Mrc» fe «oifo-. 

S»i'9itab newsman, newsboy, -eftenretiiittg 
newspaper account. -efg)pebiti9tt newspaper 
ofllre; (p. 9oft^) ^- branch. 

ftiHfrrc we advl'se. 

ftsi'gfeibe newspaper war. -ftieH adver- 
tising for a wife, -totttar n. offioe. -Icefev 
reader of newspapers. -Iceftnfiig reading of 
newspapers, -ttlileb report in the newspapers. 

XiH'fa fe %m 1. ->aab advloe-boat. -Hm 
letter of advice. -btiR^t dispatch steamer. 
-ftrt«! dispatch vessel. 



fl[|pi'9)iaiiiv (til Voifer) newspaper, news; (af 
Voifer) old newspapers. 

9iiti'ip0fk post of observation. 

9bi'9ri)|te rumour in the newspapers. 

Vvi'dfliB dispatch vessel. 

tdpidlffriber newspaper writer, -flitgeiibe a 
news-devouring. -f)ptlte n. column, -telegram 
press telegram, -triflier printer of a newspaper. 
•Iponrelfe news-room. 

Å vista mere at sight. 

9»l c culture; (af S)br) breeding; (f)rift) hus- 
bandry, farming; (9csbe) crop, produce; bruge, 
btioe . fiBmn, manage a tiurm. 

•Hbl c -er forge. 

Øble vt (frembringe) beget, procreate, (me^ om 
^Qt OQfiff.) breed, generate, (mefl^.) engender; 
(af f^orben) raise, grow; . Qsm beget children; 
i mtn ^abe Ian bet -I gote ftartofler mv garden 
will grow good potatoes, -baab act of coition. 
•brift sexiial desire, -biygtig a procreatlve, able 
to procreate. -bMtig^eb capability of procrea- 
tion, -etme, -Irofit procreatlve power, -lem 
genital member (pi genitals). -M fe -btift. +'t 
e -e procreator; f hoarder, -rebflab fe -lem. — 
ttblfiig c ei procreation, begetting; fe 9lb(; t 
(arable) land. 

ttbUlbrmg fanning, agriculture, -ftrmger hus- 
bandman, nurmer. -bugnittger turn buildings, 
•brift f e -brug. -biyr breeding animal, -fsrbalter 
land steward, fiu-m-bailiir, $e grieve, -gttrb 
fiemn. -lorl farmer's head servant, steward, 
-t^maitb fe -bruger, -rebflab fiftnning implement. 
-»a(g natural selection. 

tKbttbtfg hornbeam, Onrpinme betulua. 

Vbtt|e c t cha£f. husk, -et a chafiy. 'tuUfpt 
common sedge, Cladimn mariteuå. 

Vlio'm n -et ax'lom. 

ttCiome'ter n axlom'eter. 

«C<<bfort axis( deer). 

IKSOlotl c axolotl. 

Usa'Iea c azalea. 

V'iimat n as'imuth. -lomH^ &• compass. 
-fHbe a. dial (o. fl.). 

Vsincait'rt n A'ginoourt. 

Øéø'riifl a A2orian; be e Pet el. -erne the 
Azores, the Western Islands. 

H^o't n az'ote. 

ai^obfl a : bet -fCe ^ab the Sea of Azov el. Azoflf. 

Véte'tler pl Az'tecs. -iff a Aztec. 

1ll§ttr e azure. -Maa a azure. 



B. 



9, % [9t] n er («og^.) B, b [bee]; mm B flat; 
— abr: 9. mB 9Hnb volume; Oet. «> Øetiybning 
sesse; b(. » blanbt among. 

Om» e e boat, (^ittt, letj skifT. (liOe, flabbunbet) 
pont. -«are, -ftef«t«ittg fe Oaab«'. -betr«! boat 
-Mttlle skid beam, -brag boat's gripes. 

._ ^ -*1M0^/ '^Hf^ing fe Boobe*. -b^fe boat 
booy. Oaabe vt boat, trtmsport in a boat. 

iHuibe e gain, profit, advantage. — Ooabe tt 
benefit, boot; bet r bia lun libt it will be of 
■aall use to you, it will not benefit you much. 

tOaa^ a fe Begge. 

B«aM 001^: . . . . og both . . . and; ban er 
torre enb « bn og leg he is taller than either your 
or L 

eaOej C i aOe bttfe 5nf. Qaab-) bro bridge 
Sarfen: !^anfE*(tngelfI Orbbog. 



of boats, -btygaer boat-builder, -byggeri, -bbg' 
gerbotrft boat-builder's yard. -bbg«i»g boat 
-building, -fart boating. 

tOaabelfalb a fe rig. 

9aab(e)f ann berth el. harbour for boats. -^«4 
fe -fhit. 

9aab|efer boat-owner, -etf^bitiott boating 
expedition. 

eaab(e)Iefe fe -boon. 

-(-9aabe|U# a unprofitable, ftuitless. -e-rig a 
useful, profitable. 

9aab(e)|ffMr boat house, shod. -traiiS)Port 
conveyance by boat, -tnr boating excursion. 
-tammer timber for boats. 

Saablfifleri fishing fh)m boats, -formig a 
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boatload, -f «tet boatman, -galøe boat-gallows. 
•facilt cuddy, -tanoit boat-service gun. -Iliii 
b. club, rowing club, -(eje fe Oaab«'. •Itntg^c 
boat's length, -(leitge boat-sling, -manh boat- 
man, 'ntth boat-bill, Cancroma. *-itøft fe Ooabr' 
fhtr. -)pro9» plug. *-ti)p sbeer-strake (of a boat). 

9aabd|atte boat's oar. nraltt boat anchor. 
-iefortKing boat's crew, »ftto skids p^ -btorg 
grapnel, -foil boatmen, -ftaøt boat's freight. 
•^age boat-hook. -^iiUct c -e boat-fender, -tatl 
boatman. 'tiavMttpi boat's chocks p/. -ttade 
gripe. -(abniKø boatload, -ntatib boatswain. 

Oaabdntanbdl balle boatswain's mess, -øafler 
boatswain's crew, -^cllcaat b.'s store -room. 
-hiøb reef-knot, -«lat b.^s mate, -piht b.'s 
whistle cl. call; ftøbe i-n wind the call. 

9aabdjmaft mast of a boat, -tebflabet boat's 
gear, »tibbet ledges of a boat, -tittge boat-rings. 
-toet boatman. 

9aa blffne boat-show, -ftage punt-pole, -ftl)' 
tet coxwain. *-fU hard, -fitttiita boat's gripes. 
•itlbtle boat-accident. -(9)li«gtet boat-keeper. 

^'wae o -r sunken rock. 

Oaat, Oaale c -i beacon. 

9aat n, pi «■, fire; (Sigbaal) pyre, (funeral) 
pile; bøbe paa -et was (tied to a stake and) burned 
to death, suffered death by fire el. at the stake; 
bømteS til . og $ranb was condemned to the 
stake el. to the flames. 

9aa'i Ba'al. 9aaldbl|tle(fe Ba'allsm. 

Øaaitb », pl s, (i Wm.) band, tie, bond, (fmalt) 
string; (tit ^!jnt, DtbenSbaonb) ribbon; (^onbe», 
^aat') flUet; (Stribe) band; (Xemt.) feather, truss; 
arch moulding, stringing, filet; (X«nbe> 0. I.) 
hoop; anat ligament; Mff band, bond, tie, (Xoaitg) 
check, restraint; (into^S . bond of union; Sen' 
ffab« - ties of fWendshlp; Icegge - »Mia check, 
restrain, lay a restraint upon; unber ., fe ftorft-. 
Oaanbiagat ribbon-agate, -agtig a ribbon-like: 
ligamentous, -beffftniiig : meb . trimmed with 
ribbon, -blomftet artificial flowers, -banitet a 
fe formig. Oaanbe vt hoop. Oaattblbtinet coo- 
per's driver, -fabtit -fabtilation ribbon- manu 
facture. -fabttfaitt ribbon-manufiicturer. -flfl 
ribbon-fish, -fotmig a ribbon-shaped; ^ ligulate. 
-gefimd string. -oo)p(e cestum. -gtffft ribbon 
grass, Phalari» arundinacta picta. -I^age turrel. 
-laiibet ribbon trade. -I|attb(et dealer in rib 
bons. ofittdifad ribbon- isinglass, -fi^lil hoop- 
shave. Oaanbiitg hooping. OtaiiblfadHd 
striped jasois. -Jfft« hoop-iron, -htib addice, 
adze, drawing-knife. -Icebe meek band-chain. 
•ligiteitbe a fe -agtig. -lorgge vt tie up. -{«ggelfe 
fettering. -Icete syudesmology. -Ub twisted 
barrel. -Ubet a with twisted barrels. -Ulle fe 
-fløife. -waal measuring tape, -maget o -e hoop- 
maker, -ntaftel streaked mackerel, Eiquulu». 
-itaale minikin pins, -otm fe Oænbel-. 'pW osier, 
Salix viminalU. -tOft rosette, -tlltte roll of 
ribbon, -fav, -*fog handsaw, endless saw. 
-fUffe bow of ribbon, &vour. -ftage hoop- pole, 
•ftof cooper's bench, -næb ribbon- weaver 's loom . 
-bffbet ribbon-weaver, -«fte band-box. -«Ide 
fe toengfel. 

Oaare c r (Sig*) bier; (til @l)ge) stretcher; * 
hand-barrow. 

l^aaxt c t prov fe 9øTge. 

tOaate e prov s Stafmarl. 

9aateK port (af ©æte) home; føbt og - boru 
and bred; i ftsbet - bred in the bone. 

9atii c e stall, (tutlet paa atle 6iber) pen; (p. 
Xatteaoft) berth, -e vt stall. 

9aba currant cake. 

f5atrti ^ Babel, -fl a Babylon 'ic. 

9abitti9'fe c -t babyroussa. 

9able rt babble. 



Babiti'lt o bab'uin baboon, Oynocephalu* ba- 
huin. 

9ably|(0tt ft Bab'ylon. -lo'ttie» n Babylonia. 
-(O'ltiet c Babylonian, -(o'ltifl a Babylonian, 
Babylon'ic, Babylonish; ben e ©tøge the Baby- 
lonian whore; bet -e ^angenftab the Babylonish 
captivity. 

Caccatott'tenft c bach'elor of arts. 

ØaciC e -Oet bacillus {pi i). 

0ab n -e bath; (Sabefleb) baths pi, watering 
-place, 8pa(w); tage et .. take a bath el. bathe; 
et i - is bathing; tejfe tit et . go to a watering 
-place; ligge beb et . stay, spend a season, at a 
watering-place; fe (JJenføbelfe. 

9abe vt k i bathe; (ft)ge Semmet 0. 1.) foment; 
- fig bathe; . fig i @oIen bask in the sun. •an« 
ftalt bathing establishment. -a^)iatat bathing 
apparatus, -tattie, fe -tar. -badfiit bathing-basiu. 
•btagt bathing-dress. -g<eft batlier, frequenter 
of the baths, -f^otel marine hotel, -^itd bathing 
house. -Iffftte bathing cap. -lontftK bath woman. 
•tantmet bathing room, bath room. -ta)p)pe 
bathing gown, •tax bathing tub. bath, -tart 
bath- man. -tjote bathing-gown. -Iiffbet bathing- 
dress, -tone bath-woman, -tnt the use of mineral 
waters; bruge ~ take the waters. -l<ege physician 
in a watering-place, -mottb, -mefiet bath-keeper, 
bathing-man. -oiibbel lotion, fomentation, -n 
c fe Sobning. 

Oabeit n Baden. 

Oabelttige fe -jomfru. Oabet e e bath-keeper. 
Oabe|teife Journey to a watering place, -fijotte 
bathing-gown, -flam bathing-mud. -fteb (til at 
babe fig) bathing- place; (font man rejfet tit) water- 
ing-place, -fvam)! bathing sponge, -forfo« 
bathing- season, season at a watering-place, -tib 
bathing- hours; fe -fatfon. -banb water of the bath, 
-bogit bathing-machine. — Oabtting c bathing. 

tOabff<et c -e barber-surgeon, surgeon-barber. 

Oabflue e bath-room, bathing-room; * drying 
-house (for grain), -manb bath-keeper. 

Oabitt' If yting vault. -f)nriitget vaulter, tum- 
bler. 



OaffiiiMitateit Baffin Bay. 
9aa c back; tale ' ' 



ilbe om en paa ^ani • speak 
ill of one behind his back; ^t mange tUt paa 
•en is well stricken in years; bat ftjrtetQbe 9Ur 
paa -en is turned forty. — 0ag prcep behind, 
at the back of, in the rear of; — adv behind. 
-af prop : falbt . Qoanen fell off the waggon be- 
hind; fig gaa .. ^anfen go to the wall. 

Oaga'ge c -r (^ætS) bag'gage; (»leifenbf«) lug- 
gage, amr baggage, plunder, -fane faniou. 
-bogit baggage-waggon. 

9ag|al9el c hind axle. 

Cagatb succession of ascendants. 

Oagaft'fe c bagasse, cane-trash. 

9agater c -Oet trifle, bagatelle; aa . ! never 
mind ! fiddlestick ! brioe liben ^n meb -let trifle 
away one's time. 

9ag|beti hind leg; teffie fig paa -ene rose on 
his hind legs, reared; fig foettet fig paa -ene is 
obstinate el. unpracticable, recalcitrates, shows 
fight, puts up his back, p rides rusty, -tiitbe 
vt pinion, tie one's hands behind his back, 
-iotb port (-1- larboard): > meb Rotet I port the 
helm; fejlet meb -ft ^olfe (ooet 6ti)tbotb) is on 
the port tack, -bob hind quarter. -bKe (S)mp.) 
back link, -btitit back shop. -bliguiKg back 
building. -b«ft ass, jack-ass. booby, -bel (T Wm.) 
hind part, hinder part; (Stumpe) backside, po- 
steriors, fbndament; (af QuISet) the behind, the 
seat of one's trowsers. -bolte back puppet, -bot 
back door, postern. 

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m ftnl) clinker, -lørb kneading board, -(rtmtc 
oTcn-wood. 

9tfrftrr pr<n>- k adv behind, (om Xib) after; 
(fut ffflt) too late; F bet et tU ^t. W. - Bfr. N. 
will haye to pay for It. 

øifrtml baking coal. 

Øifnibe e hind part. 

8Mni|for. ♦-fr«, -til fe ©ofl ( jwwp & arfr), ©ag« 
fu, eagtil. 

Otøc^Mge money paid for baking. 

Ctjcr e 't baker; gaa til -en go to the baker's 
«bop. -lam baker's child; gioe -børn ^bebebrøb 
cury coals to Newcastle, -tøk, •ftittit baker's 
shop. -brO baker's bread, -breng baker's ap- 
prentice. 

*Qt|cre eomft f hinder. 

9iger|fiaar^ bake-house, bakery. -|aaiibti«nrt 
baker's trade. 9«0fti' n -er b. f.; \t -goatb. 
Øtgeriftrl baker's man. Oagevltmili dough 
knife. •Iokc baker's wife. «(aiP bakers' company. 
•ICTt: er i . is apprenticed to a baker, -lot' 
Hm| bakers apprentice. -U» fe Oageoenge. 
•■rid (master) baker, -oipn (baker's) oven. 
^9ii|crft n bake-house. 9agev|flø«il peel. -fm«t 
baking butter, ftmb journeyman baker, -ørlle 
Uking apple. 

Øtfct. *lB«8er1l mp, a hindmost; — adv 
fimhest back el. behind. 

fkgejtHC bake-room, -»avntc heat of the 
oren -ticb oyen-wood. 

*9«ge»|e c eddy. 

Qrglfbiitc hind fin. -fjerbiiia hind quarter, 
9. liiiUnre Sur) hind leg. -fleet back board, tail 
botrd. -fit e heel-piece, heel-tap. -fiifte vt 
he^-piece, -tap), -ftitming e heelixiig. -fob hind 
foot -fta adv k prop fhmi behind; beal^nbe nt 
. begin St at the wrong end; tobe . load at the 
breech, -gaark backyard, rear-yard. 

9tnc|(r), -rt e. -waftiite fe SRubbennaftine. 

Otgignitb (9lal. 9^ fig) background, distance; 
tiaof back soene: inaatte trabe i -en foe was 
thrown into the shade el. eclipsed by. -gnittbd* 
tittifef flat scenes, flats. -Iiaatib («be«) hind 
bsod; -baanben (ftort) the younger hand; ^ fe 
IgieD; (^i) fe 9txxit^\ er i -en is the younger 
hand, the last player; ^aoe nt i -en have st in 
nterre. -|«mr back hair. -laU fig or ^ back. 
•lienK bind brain, cerebellum. -IJttl hind 
«neeL -|øl^ ambush, ambuscade; ligge i . fot 
IJe tal ambush e(. in wait for; («gge ftg i • for 
nylay. *-|øtt, -liittt (outside) slap, flaw-piece. 
•Nucb hind head, ocdpnt. -bud back house, 
Uck of the house, -i adv in the back; — prop 
m the back of. -iitb adv (in) from behind. 
•aMc« A Further (el. Farther) India, -{«nmter 
bsek room. •ta|i)pe quarter-piece. -If O hind claw. 
•Qoi a aflerwise, aflerwitted. -flogflab after- 
*its. -nflrbiti«! back. -trø|P hind-part (of the 
iiody); (p. 3nfeR) abdomen, -trøliøriitg abdo- 
Blotl »ectlon. -teb meat of the nind quarter, 
•(itge small back door. -Uar back parth of 
tbe thigh, -toaft: Søten et gaoet i . the lock 
bis slipped e(. caught; btefe i . slip the lock, 
fix the key; SRunben git i .. fot ^m he stopped 
>bon. '\a%tt, -(abeMabett breech-loader, -lab' 
»i iytge»«T, -Ubniiigfttaiiøit breech- loading gun 
'• f ). -faflet a loader by the stem, -lew n poste- 
Hor extremity; hind limb. Mi, -lib shady Ude 
''f t TaUey. hill-side with a northern aspect. 
«Stglig a backward. OagililP (3nf.) fe -trop. 
-UMMC back-pocket, coat-tail pocket. •lørbcv 
"^ -lippc. -Iflmb hindmost part of the loin, 
-tetl adv baokward(8). -lomftUb backward 
^>a- -tei back part of a cart-load, -««mb 
^*«-iank man. -m«r back wall; (i 9Raiotm) 
inerwall. 



(kigliiltg e baking. 

9ag|*0l(e) fe tkgtem. -øy adv up behind; fHge 
.. i en Sogn get into a waggon from behind: 
floa . kick, -oner adv backwards; F goa . af 
^entljttelfe be struck all of a heap with ecstasy. 
')^aa adv k v^cep behind; tomme ~ en steal upon 
one; foa bat fom . min ^aanb as bare as the 
back of my hand. -)plabe back-plate. -iPlabft 
back seat. -)pIoIi hind part of a plough. -)io«' 
ntem Further Pomerania. -)iort back gate, 
IKWtem. -)i0te hind paw. -taob to lock the 
stable door when the steed is stolen. *-re fe 
©agere, -rebe fe -oogn. -rem crupper, -ro (p. 
^eoærlaaS) hind notch (of the tumbler), -rum 
hind compartment. -fa( back parlour el. room; 
(Stofoærl) back floor, -fejle fig vr ^ take the 
wrong side of a point, -fibe back, backside; 
reverse (of a coin), -fitiit leg. -flo hind shoe. 
•flo vt fhmish with hind shoes. *-ftøt c stem. 
• tub straight away shot, -ftirfte butt end. 
- fob n tail, -flag reaction, -fwttt after-clap. 
-fmirfte fe fisl. -fttat after talk. '\p9X: iage 
paa . hunt counter. 

»Oogft c baking. 

Cagljlag «1/ preventer-back-stay. -flag#lH«b 
quartering wind. -flMit stem. 

*9agefle|bc]le, -llyae baxter. girdle, (of 6ten) 
back'Stone 

Oa'glftol (i Saa9) bridle. *-ftr«)i reaction. 
*-ft?otlper -e reactionist, -ftr^m (back-)eddy. 
-fhie back-room; (tttoge) back ground-floor. 
•fh|(fe back-piece, after-piece; fætte nqe -t i 
(«entl.) reseat. -fl«o« fe «gtet«. -f«be back 
seat, -fo backsweep of the waves, -ina hind 
toe. -tal last number of an „Smbe". -tale vt 
backbite, calumniate, slander, defame, asperse, 
malign, traduce, -taletfe c backbiting, calumny, 
slander, scandal, aspersion, defamauon, detrac- 
tion; -nf 6tote the School for Scandal, -taler, 
•talerffc baokbiter, calumniator etc. -talrtift, 
-talerfl a slanderous, defbnuitory, calumniatory, 
calumnious, scandalous, -tattb cheek tooth, jaw 
tooth, grinder, -tang (p. .^øPlebænt) hind-screw. 
'Umtt secret thought, underthought. F Uttle 
game, -til adv at the back, in the rear, posteriorly, 
-tof fe -trap, -tommel hind thumb. -trt^Mie back 
stairs, b. staircase, -troo, -tto)i rear, rear guard. 
-tang a heavy behind, back-loaded. -t<e|P|»e 
back curtain, back scene, -ttb ado behind; flaa 
. kick, -ttbtvomb n kick, -oabfte vt fe -tale. 
-pobflelfe, -nabffnittg fe -tatelfe. -9abfre«be a fe 
-taletift. -oabfler fe -toiet. -Oirab backwater, -oeb 
adv behind. -tic| fe 6nig'. -Oettbt a turned the 
wrong way, fig preposterous; — adv the wrong 
way. -Oenbtbeb e preposterousness. «Oinge hind 
wing. -Pititer after-winter. -Oogn hind part of 
a waggon, -pffg back wall. -|p«gt(ig^b) over- 
weight backwards. -Omelfe backroom. 

Oa'goonrt n pastry, pastry-work. 

Oaba'mooeritc the Bahamas. 

Oaj n (Xøj) baize. 

»at c (©ugt) bay. 

Oailrtit n Bava'ria. -ft c -e en (bain) . a half 
•bottle of Bavarian beer, -rtfl a Bavarian; . f&( 
e(. -erol Bavarian beer, -rer c -e Bavarian. 

»aitalfoett. Lake Baikal. 

9aireiitb n Bareuth. 

Coia'bere e -t bayadere. 

Øotad e -er buff'oon. -fhreg buffoonery. 

CajOBet' e -ttet bay'onet; tage mrb -ten carry 
at the point of the bayonet; gennembore meb -ten 
bayonet; meb -terne paa with flzed bayonets. 
-angreb bayonet-charge, -brint motion of the 
socket, -bone bayonet-socket, -fægtning bayonet 
-exercise, -bald neck of a bayonet, -^tflfe fe 
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bayonet-Stud, -rinø lockiDg-ring. -fleke bayonet 
scabbard. -f|»iM point of the bayonet. 

Oat' a Jc adv «^ aback, taken aback; (cafe . 
heaye to. 

Oalde) c 4f forecastle (ubt. aim. «foxl»)- 

Oalc e -c beacon. 

fkitlana't n, -iet bac'cbanals. — OaRant' c 
-et bacchant. OaRotititt'ke e -x baochan'te. 

Oolle e -t hill, rising ground, rise, eminence, 
elevation, slope; * (p. ftnio o. I.) back; opah ~ 
up hill; nebab . down hill; bet goat nebab . neb 
^am he is going down hill. 

OaRe c -r (Sine) night-line, long line, bultow, 
trimmer. 

OaRe c -T mech cheek; (HI SfruefTttcing) die. 

OaRe vt «1/ (Seil Vloiline) back; . 9l}tene bank 
the fires; » af back off; . on box off. | 

OaRe c -V (Oræt) tray, salver; ^ mess-kid; 
mess; (til at (cegge utiber) mat; bcece i fanne . 
mess together. — OaRe vi o)) serve out el. up; 
> op for en treat one sumptuously, -tørk dumb 
waiter. 

OaRebrat range of hills. 

OaRelU thin grooved file. 

0«Re|f«lb a hilly, ftiU of hills. -|«lb a 
deoUvlty, slope, hill-side. -iø?b(ørv Alpine straw- 
berry. Fraoaria eoUina. -umk hilly country. 

OaRcIfe o -t pastry, sweet cake. -(«11 fe Sag' 
boeft. «bela paste, -form pastry mould, -iimi 
dough- kmfe. ««ttSe roller. -f|»«re Jagging iron. 

tOaRewak pap. 

Ikiltentart c -er whisker; {p. ^nfelt) barba. 

OaReltteSife maiden pink, Diantku» deltoidet. 
-iPloiP turn-wrest plough, -ilbe fe -iKelb. -ftMr 
gully, -ffrtotttttg, 'fttamt fe -fiafb. -fl|cnu flea- 
bane, Briaeron. -fhrcflev pi hachures. tkiRct a 
hiUv. OaRetikfel carline-thlsUe, Carlima. 

OaRiff a Bacchic. 

9«Rtid Bacchus, -b^pvfer baochanaOian. -fefl 
baochic feast. -flaH thynus. 

Oatving e ^t (of waftine) backing, reverse 
motion; (unbec i^onfet) backing. 

Oatd|(|«aer forecastle beams. -(•» swinging 
boom. 

Ootdtrcrt ^ rack for the mess-kids. 

Oalfttomt bowsprit rack. 

Oafdbrettfi mess-boy. 

Ottfe vt (bælte) tumble, (meb fiaonbfpog) prise, 
(ftonon) train, -tow large handspike. — ll«fd* 
iting c training etc. 

Oatfe» fe eo!fe«. 

Oatdlfifl forecastle-deck partners. -gimgfHI 
fore-capstan, -gat forecastle man, f. jack. -§«t)i 
f. sole. 

ØatØIJititge mess boy. 'Ummevtt mess-mate, 
-(«a mess. 

OatSInge fore scuttle. 

Oatilwefkct caterer. -iPUbf mess berth. 

fdaWpBTt chase-port. 

9atdr«ne mess-book. 

Oalfiliriiig reversing gear. 

Oolte'riet pi bacteriums, bacteria. 

Oafterieblyrltiittg c cultivation of bacteria. 

fkir o -ler ball; gøre en • (OiHarb) pocket (el. 
hole) a ball. 

OaC n -let ball; goa poa . go to a baU. 

Oalon'ce o -v bal'anoe; (^mp.) beam; (p. ttnit) 
bolster; ^o(be -n keep one's balance; tonne ub 
af -n lose one's balance, overbalance one's self; 
oDgøce -n strike the b. -tog balance-book. 
Oatottce'rHaitg balancing pole; mech balance 
-veroe. Oalaticeltebel swing-kettle. -tmilP balance 
-knife. 'Umpt swing-lamp, -moftiite beam-en- 
gine, -opg^relfe balance-account, balance-sheet. 
valance're v< poise, (ogf aa mere) balance. Øatottce* 
toll centre gudgeon. 



*ett((0«i fe dngblonne. 

Oalbot programme. 

Oalbatt'tt c -et canopy. -titTet c.-bearer. 

Otlbawe lady at a ball; partner. 

Mbe c -t {p. %oUn o]tt., (Stab.) ball; tvi> 
dabber, ball. 

etlberfttraadog-gowan, May- weed, Matrieana 
inoolorai dog-fennel, Anthemie cotula. 

Oa(]birett#r floor-manager, -bvagt ball dress 

Oatbriatt c vale'rlan, Valeriana, -fttrt 6olt 
valerate, vale'rianate. -f lyre val'eric (valerian 'ic) 
add. 

Oottronitivg belle el. reigning beauty of the 
baU. 

Oalbitiii Baldwin. 

Oalbly're vt embroider. 

*eate vi prov toil. 

Oalea'rleme, be -ifte fSet the Bal'eares, the 
Balear'ic isles. 

Oalfeier dancing fever. 

Oalg c -e sheath, scabbard; fUtte t -en sheath; 
btoae af -en unsheath. 

Iki(g«|l person invited to a ball, -lerre dancer, 
ball-goer, -ittlpitttiott invitation to a ball. 

Ikil||«niifere [t] vt bowdlerise. 

Oalfe e -r tub. 

OaRon the Balkans. -|alMe« the Balkan 
Peninsula, -ftttrrttc the Balkan States. 

fkilltatitler fe -^ette: partner. -t|«U ball 
-dress. -Røtbt a drcMssed for a ball, in evening 
dress. 

Oalløit' e -et balcony; en (Seat.) the dress 
circle. 

OoRort fe Oalbog. 

Oalla'be e -t baU'ad. 

OalaSrtttitt bal'as ruby. 

OaSafI ballast; tage « inb ballast, take in 
ballast; loffe -n unballast the vessel, -ftlot pig 
of ballast. Oaatfle vt ballast. Oalafllfab bal- 
last-breaker. •\atn kentledge, -tite tier of 
ballast-boards. -towwUfUit Ballast-Board. -HK' 
Jett the ballast mark, -todning unballasUog. 
-loSfer ballast-heaver, -ttiiig e ballasting. -Iiettge 
ballastage. -|»«rt ballant port, -ttwht ballast 
shoot. -fe|l port-sail, -ftot ballast-boards, -ipøgn 
ballast-truck. 

*9aUt vt fannen bundle up, huddle together. 

Hole fe Oalje; Balbe. 

Oalle e -t (Sate«) bale, bag; en ~ ^^apit ten 
reams of paper. -gabS, -Iparer bale goods, 
-tflmoe bale sling. 

ØaDet' e -tet bflll'et. -baiifer b. dancer, -batifer' 
Me b. dancer, b. girl, -wetter b. master. 

øaitlit' e ballisUcs. -iffa ballistic. 

OaX«tt' c -et balloon; (ffia^t) demijohn, car- 
boy; ^ balloon-Jib. -f^rr balloonist, -pofl 
bfuloon-poet. 

fkiS^tfe're vt & i ball'ot, vote by ballot. 
-e'rtiigle ballot-ball. -e'rntafHite ballot-box. 
•e'ritt« o ballot(ing). 

ØalTal c ball-room. 

fM}tm, Oalftnt e -et balsam, (ogfaa.^) balm. 
-Mdfeb.-box. -bnftbalBamio odour. Øtlfanrre 
D< embalm. Oalfame'ring o embalming, embalm- 
ment. Oalfamgran b. flr, Abies baUamea. 0«(- 
fftWi'tte -t bal'samine, garden balsam, [wtpa- 
tieiu baleamina. Oalfa'atifl a balmy, balsamic, 
fragrant. Øalfamlpoppet b. poplar, tacamahac, 
PcinUue haleamifera. -trøt balsamodendron; 
balm-tree, Amtrrie giUadeneie. -ttble b.-apple, 
Momordioa baUamina. 

fkilfto pi dress shoes, pumps. 

Oalfl^'rig a ungovernable, unruly, refractory, 
untractable. -I|eb o refhtctoriness, unruliness. 

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9«1H1I a BalUc; bet -e Aati tbe Baltic. 

9«lit1lr«'ke e bal'astrade. 

S««kit# e, -vtfv bamboo'. «fUf bamboo(-cane); 
øltele æeb . bamboo'. 

9imfe c -T he-bear; -n Brain. 

S«ttft'( a common, hackneyed. 

Skut«'» e -er banana, -tr« banana, Mu9a 
•otnentmm. -ce^ev p]antain-«ater, Mutophaga. 

Øovb'nban, excommunication, interdict, ana- 
thema; fætte i . excommunicate; f site i 6am' 
finibft« . put out of the pale of society. 

Oavta'lgc -r bandage, -gift' e ex bandage 
-maker, truss-maker. 

9«i»|ftrc9, -(«He bull of excommunication. 

9«wbe c -t band, gang. 

9mht e -t (Sin.) cushion. 

9a«tie re swear at (one), curse; — vi swear, 
cone, use profane language; . paa swear to, 
take one's oath on; benne Sfinfe -x Hit this ham 
te not to be sneezed at; fe Zl)rf. -c« c curs- 
ing etc. 

tl««kfl«tfc? fe $enbeIoqiiet. 

*9a«b|wttk bound dog, bandog. 

fWmMt' e -tet ban'dit, pi -s el. banditti, brig- 
and, -»«fe« brigandage. 

9ra»llrfe vt excommunicate, anathematize; 
fio (fottoife) banish, -niug e excommunication; 
banishment. 

f5nh9tt'x n shoulder-belt, bandoleer. 

9t«bo(i'« (til ^aaret) ban'dollne. 

9aab|fat (part af -fcette); a confounded, cursed, 
damned; — adv confoundedly, deviltsh, -fhraale 
fulmination (ot an interdict), -fortte vt excom- 
municate, -forttdfe excommunication. 

Oa»e c (Søb) death, destruction; fe -manb; bet 
^ng (let) ftan% . that blow proved mortal to 
hhn. 

Dane c -t course, path, way, (ijctt Søbebane) 
career: art trajectory, track; (^planet«) orbit; 
^p. ^mmer, Vmbolt. ØtabfHffe) face; (6røit^) 
rink; (ficebbeUb«*) course; fe ^lioe*, ftegle*, 3am>; 
^beni .. the patH of virtue; bringe pact. . start, 
broach, open (the subject of); brtjibe en > beat a 
path, open a way; brlybe fig nl}e -r break new 
ground; flaa tnb poa en > enter a course. — 
Base vt level, smooth; . Sei ober et IBjarg 
dear a way across a mountain; -t 8ej beaten 
eL trodden road el. track; . fig 8ei make one's 
way; Jiff - Cejen for pave el. prepare the way 
for, be the stepping-stone to. 9<iic|aiil«tg 
construction of railwajrs; et nt)t ~ the construc- 
tion of a new railway, -betfent railway officer. 
•If1|be«»e a pioneering; bcrre . break new 
jcnrand. -bn^bet pioneer, -gaarb (railway-) 
sUtion, terminus. -Iiegit railway fence. 

Bavc^wg death-blow, death-stroke. 

Battel legemet the (railway) embankment, road 
bed, the permanent way. -Uttie railway line. 

Btttemottb slayer, destroyer. 

Battel mefter overseer. -«lU mile-run, train 
-mile, -flfbber, -(«vtmer cow-catcher. 

B««e|faaY mortal wound, -t-faaret a mortally 
wounded, -fat mortal illness. 
' BtttefhrøfttHig section. 

Bcttefløb death-thrust, mortal thrust. 

BaseltM train. -Ipogter signal-man, line-man. 
•bMtevI«^ signal-man's lodge. 

Btttfe n afraid, apprehensive, fearAil; gøre 
en . frighten et. intimidate one, give one a 
fright; blib {Re « don't be aftuid el. alarmed; 
r flf fig naturally thnid; »ate • foe (ftbgte) be 
afraid of, (fot en< 6tQlb) be apprehensive, 
nseasy, anxious, on one's account el. about 
one, (ombl^eKg) carefhl of; bu fCoI iRe bcere . 
ftr nig (fot min 8fb(b) never fear me; . for at 
(meb snf.) afraid to, (meb 6(etn.) afraid el. 



apprehensive that, of -ing; bu be^øoet iRe at 
Doete ~ foe at you need be under no appre- 
hensions that. Bottgfieb o timidity. 

Bonia'tttrff ban'yan(-tree), Ficm» indiea. 

Btttfer n, -bttt orlop deck, -ribber o. ledges. 
•Iporger o. clamp. 

Bottt n & pi h drubbing, a thrashing, a 
beating. 

Bottf c: obet en . in the gross, on an average; 
flijbe ooet - ftre in barbe el. over the parapet. 

Bttttf -I bank; lægge . op, bolbe . keep the 
bank, -aftic bank share; -t bank stock. -Ott- 
iPiftning bank-blU, check. -offi|le»t clerk in a 
bank, -befl^velfe governors of a bank, -bog 
pass-book (at tne banker's), -bagbolbev clerk 
in a bank, -bepofittttti bank-deposit. -birett«r 
bank director, -bifttøttto bankaiscount. 

Bottte e -t (6anb*, Xaage») bank; (foran ^abn) 
bar; bet |at ban fnnbet en gob . he has made a 
good hit there. — Battle vt bank, heap up into 
banks. 

Battle vt & i beat, (p. en !Døt) knock, rap, 
tap (at a door); (om ^iertet) beat, throb, palpi- 
tate; bet -t there is a knock (at the door): -nbe 
Xinbinget throbbing temples: « en (at) thrash 
one, dust one's Jacket; . et 6øm i drive a nail 
in; . nt tnb i en beat st inu> one; . en* op 
(baRe) knock one up, *a= - af; - en p. 3tutbeten 
tap, pat one on the shoulder; . ub beat out. 
Battle I aottb rapping sphlt. t-blyg peeled bar- 
ley, Scotch el. French barley, pot barley. -l#b 
stewed beef. t-I^He mallet. 

Bttttleatbebfttttattb officer employed in a bank, 
bank-clerk. 

Battlett knocking; throbbing, beating. 

Battletot' e -tet bank'ruptoy, insolvency, fidl- 
ure; fpiHe ~ become a baiikrupt, fail, break. — 
a bank'rupt, insolvent. Bttttlerot'^ c -er bank- 
rupt, insolvent. 

Battle) flaaittiel bucking-stool. -Høl fe ^ebing. 

Battle!' c -tet ban'quet. 

Battle! tierflet -tvæ batlet. 

Banl1tfl|er(fart«i) banker, -eri n banking. 

Banllforrettting banking business, -fttlbmatg* 
tig clerk in a bank, -beftelfe mortgage (granted 
to the bank), -lotber person who keeps the 
bank. 

BttttNe'r e ex banker, -forretttittg banking 
establishment; -et banking business. 

Battlllapital stock in bank, -lottto bank 
-account, -(aatt loan in the bank, -tobgibttittge« 
bank-law. -ttøte bank-note, amr bank-bill. 
-øbligatiøtt bank bond, -oltroi statute of a 
bank. 

Battlølmarl marc-banco, -febbel fe Santnote. 

Battl|)»apir bank-paper. -|pettge bank-money. 
-Iprolttra f\ill power for the transaction of bank- 
ing business, -prøbiflott banker's commission. 
•raab fe befil^telfe. -rebifor bank-auditor. 

Battlflfjte banker. 

Batttborfett banking-affiBdrs. 

Battner n e banner, -f^rer standard-bearer. 
-^erre banneret, -mierle banner, -flattg standard 
-staff. 

Batttittglttrett Banting's cure, bantingism; 
btuge .. F cio Banting. 

Bar n acicular leaves, pine-needles. 

Bar a bare; meb -e ^øbbet with his feet bare, 
in his bare feet; meb -e Ben bare-legged; meb -t 
^aat bare-headed; meb -t ^ooeb with his head 
bare, bare-headed (o. ft.); paa ben -edorb on the 
bare ground; paa ben -e Atop on the bare skin; 
i ben -e Sljotte in his (bare) shirt; -t £b* a naked 
light: beg^nbe poa - ©unb begin at the very 
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pore water, drink water only; af -e fReblibeit^ 
In pure pity; af -e SRiSunbeHe from mere el. sheer 
jealousy; bet -t @nabS the merest trash; fom -t 
^anbfti confounded, devilish. 

Øarat'te c -r hut for soldiers; anbragt i -r 
hutted. 

Caron'ter p/ Astrakan lamb-skins. 

OatttriKCt a with naked arms. 

9arla'kø9 Barbadoes. 

Øario'r c -er barbarian. 

9ar(areff'flatmie pl the Ba'rbary states. 

9ar(ari' n (tlfultui) ba'rbarism; ((^rufom^eb) 
barbar'ity, cruelty. 

Oarbari'et n Ba'rbary. 

9tr(ariferittg c barbarisation. 

Oatia'rifl a barba'rian, barbaric; (arufom) 
ba'rbarous. -iff^eb c ba'rbarousness, barbarity. 
-id'we c r ba'rbarism. 

Oarbe c t ba'rbel, C^prtmc« barbua. 

Øorie o (^aarptjnt) lappet. 

Carienet a bare-legged. 

9arle'r c eret ba'rber (and hair-cutter); (^j!) 
grouper, Serraiw. -tøttfflt. -fab shaving-basin, 
barber's plate, -brewg barber's apprentice, -tlsbc 
shaving cloth, -hiili razor, -foft, -tuafl shaving 
brush, -lære: er t - is apprenticed to a barber. 
-rent razor-strap, -fhte barber's (and hair-cutter's) 
shop, -fvenb Journeyman barber, barber's man. 
-fæbe shaving-soap. -t«| shaving-apparatus, 
8. -case. 

Oarbe'rc x>i (ogfaa Ao) shave; .. fig shave. 
-ring c shaving. 

fkirbettebatteri barbette battery. 

Oa'r^Kget » (om ^ifl) apodal. 

©orbe c -t (®falb) bard. 

Oarbe c -r whalebone. -^Ipal w. whale. 

Oarbeltnab bardic poem, -fang b. song. 

Oarbtt'tt F f« Xtenfe. 

9arbtt'n c -er ^^ backstay, -r^ft backstay 
stool, -ffiititc b. plate, -ftit overhand knot. 
-firfficrc whiskers. 9trb«tt^e b. collar. Øor* 
bmttattel guy-tackle. 

9arbti'9 adv bang! like a bolt. 

9are fig w forbear, help, refrain fix)m; ieg 
hinbe ine . mig for at le I could not help 
laughing; jeg lunbe iRe . mig I oould not 
help It. 

iHire adv only, mere, but; . ^n bar ^ if 
only he were here, (ønjtenbe) would that he 
were here! Oare^ecnft) p b. f. 

Ooret' e -tei bonnet, cap. 

*0a'r1leftet a : bet er . the snow Is off here 
and there. 

Oa'rlfobet Mob a bare-foot, bare-footed. -fob< 
Wttttl, -f^bbemtnnl bare-footed fHar. 

tOarfreb n belfry; asylum. 

Oa'rfrofI black frxMt. 

*lla'rfit|I grouse (i bibete ©et.). 

9a'r|fialtet a bare-necked, -lotiebet a bare 
-headed, -^«ubet *l|««bt a bare-handed. 

Oarittnt n barium, -tarbonat baric carbonate, 
-florib baric chloride (ofo.) 

9trf <j -er ^I, ba'rk. 

9art c ba'rk; (aage fiubec t . lay hides in 
tan. -«|Hg A barklike, barky. 

9iirldl', 9ttrtt9fe c -t «X^ launch, long-boat, 
(«bef».) barge. 

8arf|beb tan- el. bark-bed. -biflc bark-beetle, 
Bottrickus, -brage bark-cutter, -tmn a tanned. 
-bur steller, stellerus, Rkytina. 

Varle vt (garbe) tan; (afbarle) ba'rk, strip the 
bark from; -be 6ei( tanned sails; -t fig (om 
jaroen) tanned, weather-beaten, (gennembarfet) 
hardened, seasoned. 

Oarlebr^b bark bread. 

9arte|Iar tan-vat. -Inb ooze. 



fknrljfarne tan-colour, -faripet a tan-coloured. 
•gamntitg tanning. -|aorb a hard as bark. 

9trt|||0lt a -er 4, wale. -|o(tdgaitg strake of 
wales. 

9arl|faiitet a fe eanbfantet. -Indtrtt tan mill. 
-lag layer of bark. -l«b ooze, -(ud psylla. 

Øartnttfl ^ mlzen-mast. 

SarlliMlle tan mill. Ikirfviitg c tanning:. 
Oarf|o|Pfiidttiitg solution of tan. -ipobving crown 
-grafting. 

Øarf I rigget a 4, bark-rigged, -fejl spanker. 
-ffib bark. 

Sarffffolb piece of bark. -f9»ore lentioel. 
-flof tannin, -fnbflaitfeii the cortical substance. 
-torn prickle. -t#rl> tan cake. 

Oarftt'it c -er baulk, yuffer. 

Sa'riittb c yew, Taxu« baecata. 

Oarm c -e bosom, (om gormen) bust; ^ comer; 
griber t fin egen . loolu into, goes home to, his 
own heart, -lyiertig a compassionate, merciful; 
-e Crebre, S»ftte brothers, sisters of charity, 
ben -e Samaritan the good Samaritan; -e (9ud ! 
mercy on me! -bfertiglycb e compassion, mercy, 
pity; ^0 . meb oi ! have mercy upon us ! -Her* 
Hgbeb'^geritlitg labour of mercy. 

©o'm n pi ©om (' ofte p/ «) child, (f^webt) 
in&nt, baby, babe; . føbt efter ^beren« £øb 
posthumous child; ^n ^ar inaen . he has no 
flunlly; fta . af frt>m a child; ocere meb . be 
with child el. in the family way; outage i i 
Steb adopt; brænbt . ftQr 3(ben a burnt child 
dreads the fire, once bit twice shy; t>\i . i ©I) 
og gas felb efter if you want a thing done do it 
yourself; naar -et foar fin ©ilje^ graber bet iRe my 
mind to me a kingdom is; bet beb ^oert . that 
is familiar to every schoolboy, the merest 
schoolboy knows that; af ©om og ^avct ftal man 
^re 6an bueben children and fools speak the 
truth: ^n er iRe af ©orberre« bebfie ©om he is 
no better than he should be. 

©a'maal pine-needle, leaf of a coniferous 
tree. 

Oa'rnagHg a childish, puerile, In&ntine. -^eb 
e childishness, puerility. 

Oa'rttbont o childhood, (tibligfie) infancy; ^on» 
belene . the infancy of commerce; fra -men af 
from a child; i min tiblige ~ in early childhood; 

8aar i . is in his dotage; begijnber at gaa i . is 
iUing into dotage, Is fast verging on a state 
of second childhood. — ©ambontftlaar, -«(ier, 
•bage years, dajrs, of childhood; t mine . in 
the years of my childhood, -eg« place of one's 
nativity, -giffbe Joy of one's c. -(ilp fe ©am> 
bom. -ntittbe recollection of one's c. -nm, -imi' 
iitbe friend of one's childhood. 

Oa'melaanb child-mind, -aar years of child- 
hood, -albrt childhood. Infantile age. -«tt^gt 
child's face, -bant grandchild, -bantibam 
great grriiidchlld. -baab christening, baptism, 
(mobf. x>o:4ne< S)aab) pedobaptism, in&nt baptism, 
-f aber alleged flither, ubiagbe bom fom . fathered 
the child upon him. -fab child's foot. -f«^fe( 
childbirth: . i ^ølgftmaal concealment of preg- 
nancy, -f^t a bom; ^an er . i ft. he is a 
native of N. -gemiltg childish act. -tU^ a 
happy as a child, -f-gab a fond of chudren. 
-iairab, -lyierte, -iobeb child's hand, heart, head, 
•f tte child's cap, biggin, -iowfm nursery gover- 
ness, -fantwer nursery, children's room, -ffole 
child's lh>ck. -labrt pt childish manners. -leg 
(mere) child's play. *-lcge child's toy. -U» 
child's life, -wab food fbr InfiEints, pap. -«»bcr 
mother (of an illegitimate child), -«orb infanti- 
cide, child-murder, -ntorber, -«lorberffe infanti- 
cide. -iuU«Y child nature. *-ottbt pains of 
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maid, nurse maid ri. (Qnoie) girl, •ppttxæi por- 
trait of a child, -remff, -rint nursery jingle. 
-ret sonship. -ron kidnapping, -r^fl voice of 
a child, -roller kidnapper, -fena bassinet, cot. 
-fin» childlike mind; child-mind, -fjffl child 
-mind, -ffe child's spoon, -flit children's way. 
-ffo child's shoe, -fmil child-smile, -fnal 
childish nonsense. -f9»rog children's language. 
-Htntnc fe taft. -fhreg childish trick, -^ne 
nursery. -fMi swaddling cloth, -tanfer childish 
thoughts, -tro childlike faith, -ipift : paa . in 
the way of children, -tiife song for children. 
-90i|« perambulator. -Uteri child's work. 

9a nifig a childish, infantile, (ont IBotSnr) child- 
like; (i ^or^olb til Brorcelbrene) filial; t ben -t Wber 
in chUdhood. -leb c childish el. childUke sim- 
plicity ft. artlessness. 

JBcTHlUI'e Uttle child. Oa^ntfU» a childless. 
•Iti^th e childlessness. 

9a'rnd(en: fra ~ from childhood, from a 
child. *9aniMig fe Oatnlig, eamagtia. 9am9|> 
n«t : »cere i . travail, be in labour; {toa en ftone 
bi i - lay a woman, «-nnge little child. 

9ar«t' a odd, singular, grotesque. 

fkironte'ter a -tre barom'eter. -faib flail of 
the b. -fftibt fe -flanb. -iagttagelfe barometric 
observation. -faVfel cistern of a barometer. 
-tttripe barometric curve, -flanb height of the 
barometer. -f«|(m the barometric column, -trlif 
barometric pressure. 

9arø'it c -er barton. Oaroned'fe c -r bar'oness. 
Btronrt' o -ter baronet. ØaronetUffrbiallcb 
bar'onetcy. Oarotti' n -er bar'ony. Saronife're 
vt make el. create a baron. 

Oar'ratad Barab'bos. 

9«rte c -r (af 8ølb, (Stulb) bar, ingot; ^ bar; 
(Øqmn.) parallel bars. -form Ingot-mould. -for* 
vig a ingot-shaped. -gnib (gold-)bullion. -«oel* 
fer exercises on the parallel bars. 

Harrie're c -r bar'rier. 

Sarrifa'ke c -rbarr'icade. -'re vt barricade. 

9a'm|g c gymnotus. 

9arft e bass, Labmx lupu«. 

9arfel n -fler lying in, confinement; (Øilbe) 
(feast in celebration of a child's) christening; 
laMT til .. is in the family way; giocbe ~ was 
confined, -feier child-bed fever, puerperal fever. 
-fUub ie -renfelfe. -gilbe fe 9arfel. -tone,- Uiuht 
lying-in woman; p lady in the straw, -loft faal, 
•ina» caudle for lying-in women, -renfelfe 
eleansixigs, lochia, -feng childbed; !om i . (meb) 
was delivered, confined, brought el. put to bed 
(of): ligger i - lies in; bsbe i - died in giving 
birth to a child, -ftne lying-in room, -fhtefnat 
gossip of the lying-in room. -iPiRt lying-in 
visit. — 9avfle vi lie in, be confined. 

9arfl a harsh, stem, severe; (out Stemme, 
9afen) gruff, rough; (af Ubfeenbe) beetle-browed; 
-t 9ejr inclement, severe, weather, -^eb e 
harshness, sternness, gmffness, severity; in- 
clemency. 

9a'rfl0lP fe StooIefTob. 

9a'r|llibt a threadbare, -fvælg archangel, 
Galeobaoian luteum. 

•(9art c -er, fe ©teg. 

9art|oIont(e'n# Bartholomew, -natten the 
massacre of St. B. 

Oa'ttT« tree with articular leaves, conifer. 

t9«rtip(ier fe 9abftar. 

Oamt'fi^e c -r barouche. 

9ar1|t' e bary'ta. -Iliibt permanent white. 
-mgnet Bononlan stone. 

Oa'rl|t«it c -r bar'ytone. 

8a9' e -fer base, bass. 

Oa'# e master, boss; ^^ master shipwright; p 
\9åt . meb play et. trifle with, lord it over. 



9afalt' o basalt, -agtig a basaltic, -førmet, 
-forniig a basaltiform. -Ingle basaltic ball. |»or' 
fi|r porphyrite. -fløtte basaltic column, ba- 
saltine. 

9a'fatt n Ba'shan, Bas'san. 

9afa'r c -er bazar, bazaar, fancy-fair. 

9aff&ibo5nI'eme pi the Bashi-bazouks. 

9af(B'tirer pi Bashkirs. 

9aWit -i bacheUc. 

'''9afe vi toil, tumble, make a noise. 

9afe -r chem base, -banner e -e basifler. 
9afeite't c basicity. 

9afet n Basel, Basle. 

9afe're vt base. 

9ad[fioi bass-viol, viola di gamba. -fi^fte 
courtal. -lyorn serpent. 

9aRflce're vt ba'sify. 

9an'(ita c basil'ica. 

9afi'tilonfa(iie basilicou. 

9a{i'li(ttni (Urt) c bas'll, Oeymum bcmlicum. 

9afilift' c -er bas'ilisk, cockatrice, -bill basilisk 
glance. 

9afi8 basis, base. 9afifl a bas'ic; . fulfurt 
3alt subcarbonate (o. fl.); . f^Iabe (Ihrbft.) basal 
plane. 9afi9maa(ing measurement of base-lines. 

9aft n pi >=», ((t)benbe ©lag) slap, thwack; 
(^rtjQl) flogging; • fe ©ajtetag. -e vt slap, thwack; 
— vt: ^ meb eingeme flap the wings. 

9aft|cr c -e, -Iff o Basque. 

*9afitetaa n brush, bout, set-to. 

9adlt(arTnct basset-horn, -dabid fe -nøgle. 

9a9lentaner pi (ridiculous) ceremony. 

9adJIntl) theorbo, -nobe bass-note, -nøgle 
bass-clef, -pl^t bassoon. 

9aSrcnef' n -er bas-relief, basso-rilievo, low 
reUef. 

9adfanger c bass-singer. 

9a9fe c -r wild boar; f bulky, stout fellow, 
whapper. 

9a9ferane c -r gossip; jollification. 

9a9fet' c basset, -^orn b.-hom. 

9a8{in' n -er ba'sin, reservoir. 

9a9|f{ft' c -er bass-singer; b. f. f. -ftPiOer bass 
-viol player, -ftentnte bass- voice, -flreng b. 
-string. 

9ai^ bast, bass; (%»i) foulard, biambonees; 
lægge en i 9aanb og - put one in irons el. 
fetters. 

9afla c (i S^ombre) basto; int enough! bermeb 
. there's an end. 

9aflarb' c -er bas'tard, (Tun om £t)r) mongrel. 
-agtia a bastard, -art hybrid species. -atUd 
Turkish satin, -ftt bastard file, -fo« mongrel 
nation. -frentHingelfe hybridization. Aaai 
back-spring lock, -nattergal sedge warbler, 
HypoUxit aalicarU. -orb hybrid word, -race 
mongrel breed, -netfel accommodation bill. 
-binbne Flemish window. 

9aWe vt bind, tie (securely). 

9aftl||at bast hat. 

9amnga'ge c ^ topgallant bulwarks. 

9aftio'n c -er bas'tion. 

9afl|niaatte, -matte bast mat. 

9aflOtta be o bastinado; gioe . b. 

9afl|reb coir-rope, -fcjl bast sail. -flWe raw 
silk, -too coir-rope, (fbærere) coir-cable. 

9aftt'n c -er trombone, sack-but; bibl trumpet; 
blafe p<k<k • play on the trombone; fig ftsbe i « 
for blow the trumpet for. -ftlæfer sack-but 
player, -engel: Jlinber fom en - cheeks like a 
cherub (on a tombstone)- 

9ataine' c -r battle, action, -lanterne fight 
ing lantern, -maleri battle-piece. 

9ataiOo'n c -er battarion. — 9ataiOon9|Iirnrg 
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9ata'te c -i batatas, sweet potato, Gonvoivoluå 
batata». 

9ata'»i|a n Batayia. An c -t, »iff a Batayian. 

Cot^'OrbrHett the Order of the Bath. 

ØoHfl' c cambrio. -bertet coarse cambric. 

9atte vi f , suffice, avail. 

*9atttni p^ 6 to 7 inches broad deals, «tort 
5 to 7 inches broad boards. 

9atteri' n tx bat'tery; ^ gun-deck, (ftanonenir) 
battery; nrbecfle - lower (gun-)deok; menemfte - 
middle (gnn-)deck; øoerfle . upper fgun-)deck; 
-er (©ttjiier) p bubbles: opiafte ft -erect a battery. 
-b<ef gun-deck, -faff ine battery fitsdne. -tKrn 
gabion. -Uaft flint-lock. -Itittenie ^ fighting 
lantern. -^Ife saudaøe. 

*9aita fe Son. 

*9attt Otitte ff »oote. 

9alpia'lt o -er baboon, Ovnoctpkaluå; ^ boat 
'keener 

i9M n twaddle. 9aiP(e vi twaddle. 

90IIII c -er beacon, cresset. 

OaiPtaften c (old Scandinavian) stone monu- 
ment. 

Oaiimnt bay-rum, bay-water. 

Veaav'te vt (aonbe )>oa) breathe, blow softly 
upon; fio inspire, animate. -Ife c inspiration. 

Oeariefbje vt work (up), Oorben) prepare, 
(©Ofl) revise, remodel, (for ©cenen) adapt, mu» 
rescore; - meb (ftafleftijt« o. I.) ply with; - tni 
9it)fl) belabour one's back; > en Jio work upon, 
practice on, manipulate, one. -elfe c -t work- 
ing; belabouring; revision; manipulation; (af 
®(uei))iO adaptation, -er c -e adapter, -r-Øiutine 
adaptative experience. 

BeatI possidente« possession is nine points of 
the law. 

Oeaumoifbett the ftwhionable world. 

tSetlan'be vt mix up. 

-H9e(tffl'tc vt besmear with ink, be-ink. 

9ebo' vt (6teb, fianb) inhabit, (^uft, SeiltgVb) 
occupy, tenant, -etig a habitable, inhabitable, 
tcnantable. -eliglyeb c habitableness. -elfe c 
habitation, occupation, -elfedleflig^eb dwelling 
-er c -t, •erin'bc, -erffe c -r inhabitant; occupant, 
occupier, inmate, denizen, dweller, resident, 
lodger (be tre ftbfte meb In, be øDtiøe meb oO. 

9e(re|'be vt upbraid, reproach (for, with st). 
-Ife c -t reproach, upbraiding, -«be a reproachftil. 

OetriU'Ct a bespectacled, spectacled. 

9ebrffni'nie vt border, edge. 

Ocbtt'bje vt announce, proclaim, herald, notify, 
foreshadow, forebode, indicate. -Jfe c -t an- 
nouncement, notification, -er e -e herald, 
harbinger. 

9e(IIOl'ge vt build upon, cover with buildings: 
(Colonifere) settle, colonize, -elig a to be built 
upon, -effe c building etc.; settlement, coloni- 
zation. 

9e(l|r'be vt burden, load, encumber; t meb 
Ubflifter til saddled with the expense of; leg 
»il iffe - ^em meb I will not trouble you with. 
-(fe e burdening etc.; burden, encumbrance. 

'^t^th^'t vt joe cry baa to, boot. 

Oecif're vt, mua figure, -rittg c figuring. 

9cb n -e (i en ^oe) bed, plot; goa en i -ene 
meddle with one^ afiUrs, poach upon one's 
ground. 

Øebaa're vt in&tuate, beguile, befool, delude, 
deceive: lob fig . af was infktuated by. -(fe o 
infiatuation, delusion, -nbe a infiituating, t>e- 
witching. 

9eba'ge fig vr lull, clear off, abate; bet -c fig 
she lulls, she is clearing off, the storm abates. 

9e'baaet a aged, stricken in years, super- 
annuated. 

Sebbfitg fe Oebing. 



9ebe o -r ^ beet, Beta. 

tCebe e -t (D^r) wether. 

t9cbe vt (^uber) tan; t (J)»>c) bait; — vi (tafle) 
bait. 

9ebe 6ab, beoet el. bebt vt beg, ask, desire, 
(inbflombig) beseech; . en om nt ask, beg st of 
one; .. en om at beg one to; moa jeg - Sem om 
6altet I will thank you for the salt; maa feg . 
Sem om at fotlabe Boerelfet I wHl thank vou to 
leave (el. for leaving) the room; . en fri beg 
one off; . en til SRibbag, Sconu)) Invite, ask, 
bid, one to dinner, to a wedding; bet •< 6em<ertet 
please to observe; ban lob fig iRe . to Øonøe he 
needed no second bidding; bab fig fntaget 
begged to be excused; — vi (^olbe Oon) pray; 
. om ask, beg for, (til <9ub) pray for; - foe 
intercede for, (til (Bub) pray for; - om W« 
miffe ask charity; - om Orbet ask permisilon to 
speak; om ieg tør ~ if you please; jeg -t don't 
mention it, no matter. Oebejbag prayer-day, 
ficMt- day. rogation day . -bagftanftg t wofiil, ruefbl, 
lackadaisical Uce e(. countenance; fatte ob et > 
pull a long face. -|nd house of prayer, chapel, 
-fawmer oratory. 

9ebefar macerating- vat. 

9ebe|larboii«be mutton chop. 

9rbel(otIe prayer^bell; cath Ave Maria. 

OebeUb (wether) mutton. -USe leg of mutton. 

Oebejniattb undertaker. -wmbSfHI balderdash, 
fustian. 

9eben e praying etc. 

OcbelrM, -fabel saddle of mutton. 

Oebeifal oratory, -febbel list of sick persons 
to be prayed for. -flawmel devotional stool. 

9ebefleb baiting place. 

9ebeileg roast mutton. 

9ebe|floI pew. -fhte oratory, -føfter devotee. 

9cbeHb baiting-time. 

Oebetiwe hour of prayer. 

Øebing o -er X (omborb) bitts; (om 9Rafi) fife 
-rail; (unber 2^) bedding; (til @lib«bbg.: Cp' 
bolerb.) slip. — 9ebinødlbfff((e cross-piece of 
the bitts, -bolt bitt-bolt. -^olpeb blU-head (o. ff.) 
-hiie bit^knee. -hiiegt (vertical) bitt. -pnht 
bltt-bolster. -fhtr ship-building shed, -ffog 
bitter; gore . bitt the cable. -f)pil heaving-up 
winch. -fto)p)per bitt-stopper. 

Oebra'a n,pl ==. fe -eii; (®ftfrelfe) delusion, illu- 
sion, fallacy. 9ebrag|c vt deceive, beguile, 
impose upon, take in. (for $enge o. t.) cheat, 
defhiud, trick; - en for cheat el. swindle one 
out of; . en i €bll cheat el. trick one at play; 
. fig be mistaken; SCinnet -er (ofte) appearances 
are (often) deceitful el. deceptive; Serben tiil -i 
the world will be taken in. -elig a deceitftil, 
deceptive, delusive; firaudulent. 4*e(ig|e^ e 
deoeitftilness. -er c -e deceiver; Impostor, cheat, 
swindler, -erl' n -er deceit, deception, imposi- 
tion. Imposture; fraud, swindle, -erlff, -erfl a 
fe -etig; i « ^enfigt with intention to defraud, 
for fraudulent purposes, -erffe e -r (female) 
impostor (ofb.). 

Oe'bre [ce] a (oomp af (Bob) better; til bet . for 
the better; gaa ooer til bet . go to a better 
world; . Ibalttet superior quality; oeb iOe . 
knows no better; forlanger ilte . desires no better; 
en - SHbbag a good (heavy) dinner. — 9ebre 
adv (comp af: ®obt, Set) better; blioe « mend; 
ftaar fig . is better off; Se gør . i at you had 
better; bt)be . bid higher; Sngen ..? going; gaa 
. frem go further on; . op rarther up, higher 
up. — Ocbre vt better, mend, amend, amelio- 
rate. Improve; (Bub . bet ah, welladay; -< mend. 
Improve, get better. -fHSet a better off; be be 
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Øekrift' c -er exploit, achievement; (ub. pi, 
9tennflS6Tug) trade, business. 

fk'bHiig (ce] c improvement, amendment, 
feft«: €t)^boin) convalescence, recovery; ber er 
inbtroobt en . there is a change for the better; 
ex { . is convalescent; gob . ! i hope you'll soon 
be better. Oektivgdtegn symptom of improve- 
ment etc. 

9ebri'tie n commit; f (befHDe) do, be about: 
. ^or commit adultery. -Ife o commission. 

9ckr#'ti|e vt afflict, distress, grieve, sadden; j 
p cs (efljale; bet -r mig meget at erfare I am very 
nrach grieved to hear; -« ooer be afflicted (etc.) 
at; — bebrabet a sorry, grieved, distressed j 
(obex at); bibl ^nbeS @j(el bar . i ^enbe her soul ; 
was vexed within her; min 6j«I er gonffe - ; 
inbtil Døben my soul is exceeding sorrowful, 
even unto death. -cHg a sorrowful, melancholy, 
atd, dismal; (bnlelig) sorry; . Zibenbe sad news; 
-t tinflgt melancholy face; -t l^eir deplorable 
weather; \e Sfiftelfe. -eliglicb c sadness, sorrow- 
fblne«. -elfe e sorrow, affliction, distress, grief, 
sadness, melancholy; -n efter <9ub godly sorrow; 
ffter ft|t» ©orger og otte -r after no end of bother. 

9cbfl [ubt. bceft] a best; i -e f^Ib at best; af -e 
Sort of' the best quality; jeg ftal gøre min . 
nrange ^ib I shall do my best, use mv best 
endeavours; fætte bet -e »en foron put one^s best 
leg foremost: i ben -e 9Rening for the best; i fin 
-e fttttt in the prime of life; V(t bor i ben -e 
9ana everything went on as well as could be; 

— (fiibllantirtff) : ben ©ebfte the best (of men); 
ben førfte ben e the first comer; min . ! my dear 
Sir (Madam); - bet Wiber bet ©ebfte it will be 
the best plan; bet -e of bet 6ele bar the best part 
of it was; bet -e er bet Øobe« grienbe striving to 
better, oft we mar what's well; let well alone; 
bet -e bu Ian gøre er your best plan is; ^on 
ft^nbte fig bet -e ^n funbe (el. ^obbe Isrt) he 
nuuHe the best of his way; itfe meb bet -e not 
very good, middling; poa bet -e in the best 
manner; 6eni)tte paa bet -e make the best of; 
nbttibe poa bet -e put the best construction upon; 
tit bet -e for the best, to the greatest advantage. 

— Øe^ft adv best; bu gor ~ i at you had better; 
. fon, ba ... forn . just as; ^ fom ban flreb in 
the middle of his writing; siting gil fom bet - 
hmhe everything went on at random. — Sebfta 
F granny. — tlebftc n: bet olminbclige - the 
pablic weal, the general good; gjorbe fit . did 
his best; til . for for the good e(. benefit of; til 
• fot mig for my good; babbe nt til - was in 
easy circumstances; ^bbe logt fig nt til .. had 
put something by (for a lainy day); fe en til - 
benefit one; ^oe en til . make fun of one; 
git^e til - deliver. — Ocbfte|(ørge( respectable 
citizen, •fctft grandfather, -faberlig a grand- 
fiitherly. -fabrrfiol reclining chair, -forfflbre 
grandfkther and grandmother, -ntanb the best 
hand, -ntober grandmother, f granny, -mober' 
lif a grandmotherly. — Øebflgøbd the best to- 
bacco leaves. 

9cbtta'fe vt bedew, -(fe o bedevring. 

9e>itrit c -er Bed'ouin. -ft a Bedouin. 

-^Oebnnlftet a fe Omtoaget. 

9ekirf'9ivgfl stallion, stone-horse. 

fkbfft'tfc vt cover (ogfoo mil oo om ^efl); 
(effortere) escort; ^bnen bar -t meb Slibe the 
harbour was crowded with shipping; toære -t 
(^nt gotten paa) be covered; ben -be Sei the 
covered way. -felfe c covering, -iiliig c -er 
covering, cover; (^orte) escort; a»tr occultation. 

BcfearfnittgftiattftaCt stud, -manbflab escort. 
-Hb covering season. 

9cb«T^|cl vd (om fearer) be damaged, (om 



ftøb) tainted, diseased, -elig a: let -e fearer 
perishable goods, -et a damaged etc. (fe opfr.). 

9eb«iit'|istc vt Judge, judge of. -elfe o Judg- 
ment, criticism. 9eb«iiiiiieife9romité price-Jury. 
Oeb^mmer c -e judge, critic. 

9cb^'Pe vt (beb ^log. Støj og fig) stun, stupefy; 
(føonbl^dfenbe) narcotize; -nbe Wibler narcotics. 
-ife c stupefi&ction , narcotization; (Xitilanb) 
stupor. 

Oee'bigc vt confirm by oath, swear to; -t ^or« 
llaring sworn deposition. -Ife c confirmation by 
oath. 

9eef c beefbteak. . 

Oeerff^aba n Beersheba. 

tOcfalb' -t, fe Qe^og. e. 

Oefa'le (imp t befop vt (bijbe) command, order, 
direct, bid, (gibe i SSolb) commit, resign; -be at 
aabne Sinbueme directed the windows to be 
opened; ~ ober command; §oob -t %>t? what is 
your pleasure? what are your commands (f^oob 
hi^al{h)n t fe ©eboge); fom 3)e -r? as you please; 
. fin 6}al i 0ub< IBoIb commit one's soul into 
the hands of God; i bine ^anber -r leg min Vanb 
into thy hands I commend my spirit; (Bub -t 
adieu ! God speed (you) I ^Oef a( n (body of) offi- 
cers. 9efa(|citbe a commanding; — o commander. 
-iwg c -er command, order(s), injunction, man- 
date, charge, behest; efter . of by order of; 
efter ^onS ~ at e(. by his order(s), ^abe ~ ober 
have the command of. -iKgSmaKb commander; 
officer. 

Oefamlle vt finger, handle, paw. -ing c 
fingering etc. 

Oefa'rje vt pass, frequent; survey; - en ®rube 
descend, examine a pit, mine; . en ^(ob o. I. 
navigate a river; ^ en ft^ft visit a coast, -m a 
J/: $el - Somonb able el. able-bodied seaman; 
^D . ordinary. -cii^eb(dg(ab) c rating, -ing c 
passing etc.; examination; navigation. 

9efat|t'e t>r fig meb have to do with, meddle 
with, (fun om Xing), deal in, engage in. *-ning 
c er dealing, concern, avocation, something to 
do (with). 

Oefefbe vt war against, make war on. 

Oen'le vt file. 

Oefiit'kle vt find; rigtig befunben found correct; 
-i at bære prove (to be); — or fig be; ftoorTebe« 
-r J)e 5Dem? how are you? how do you do? (til 
en ftjfl) how do you feel el. find yourself? ieg -r 
mig oel berbeb I find it agrees with me. -enbe 
n health, state of health; fpørge til end . inquire 
after a person's health; @agen ~ the merits of 
the case. +"flig « being, contained, present. 

Ocftnglve vt finger, thumb, handle. 

Oefiii'itet a finny, finned. 

Oefi^'plelfe e perplexity, flurry, -et a flurried, 
disconcerted, perplexed; gøre - flurry, dis- 
concert. 

-i-Oefifr'|e vt fish, -niug c fishing. 

9efic'bre [«] vt feather; -t feathered. 

Oeflitt'e vr fig poo apply one's self to, be 
studious of, strive after; (at) strive el. try to, 
do one's best to. -(fe c application. 

Ocfo('f|e vt people, populate, (bebo) inhabit. 
-ning c (J&anbl.) peopling; Onbbbggerne) popula- 
tion. -mngS ta( (number of the) population. 

9efor'b|re vt (fremfenbe) forward; (transportere) 
convey, carry; (fremme) further, advance, pro- 
mote, encourage; (til fcnbebe) prefer, promote; 
blibe -t (foo d^mbebe) obtain an office, (forfremmet) 
be promoted, t-crlig a: bære en - assist one. 
•rer c -e forwarder; furtherer, advancer, en- 
courager, promoter, patron, -ring c -er for- 
warding etc.; conveyance; furtherance, advance- 
ment; promotion, prefterment; fe ©eforbring«« 
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9ef or'kHitgdl maokc mode of convevanoe. -wib» 
bel (means of) conveyance, -reaier rules of 
promotion, -omfofhiinger costs of conveyance. 
-ret right of conveying travellers by post, stage 
-coach licence. -t#j Te 'inibbel. -itbaifter ex- 
penses incident to promotion, -ttef way to 
promotion. «iPdrfcn regulations for posting, 
posting establishment. 

ecfraøt'lc vt freight, charter, -et c -e freighter, 
charterer, affreighter, -itiitg c freighting, chart- 
ering, affreightment. 

Oefragt'itingftlageiit chartering agent, -betient 
chartering clerk, -(ontor chartering office. 
•tovfralt contract of afl^ightment. 

©efti' vt (tætte i ^i^eb) free, set free, release, 
liberate; .. for deliver el. save from, rid of, (fri- 
toge) exempt from, -elfe c feeing etc., deliver- 
ance, delivery, release, liberation, enfhtnchise- 
ment; riddance; exemption, -elfcåeb oath of 
purgation. -c(fe9(rig war of deliverance, -er t 
-e deliverer, liberator. 

Ocfrngt'le vt ($^orben) fructify, fertilize, (om 
planter og ^Ijr) fecundate; (fun om ^t)r) im- 
pregnate; fiff fructify, elfe, -tiliig c fructifica- 
tion, fecundation, impregnation, -enbe a, fiff 
fruitful. 

9tftti%t'\t r< apprehend, dread, fear; bet et at 
> it is to be feared, -t-clig a to be feared. 

Oefrlitt'fct a fringed. 

Oefngt'le vt moisten, wet. -elfe, -ttiitg c 
moistening etc. 

9efBlblltffgt'ig|e vt empower, authorize, com- 
mission, -et a authorized; . TOinlfler pleni- 
potentiary; — c agent, assignee, proxy, -elfe c 
authorization. 

9ef«Bg'c vt infect: -gt meb Utøi infested with 
parasites. -Ife c infection. 

9efatr'bet a f^queuted; crowded. 

Sefffftre vt (fsfie) fasten, fix, secure, attach, 
- igen; refiwten; (fl^rfe) confirm, strengthen; (en 
6tab 0. I.) fortify; for at - fig paa Xronen in 
order to establish himself firmly on the throne. 
•elfe c fastening etc.; attachment; confirmation; 
fortification, -clfcgmaabe mode of fastening. 
•niiig c fortification; ^immelenfi ubffrafte . the 
firmament of the heaven, -niitgdltiitft fortifica- 
tion. 

OeftfJIe vt entitle, authorize, warrant, -et a 
entitled, competent; (grunbet) well-grounded, 
just, legitimate, justified, sound, -elfe c author- 
ity, competence, title. 

9ef«r|e vt feel, finger, -ing c feeling etc. 

+Oef«rge vt follow. 

+©ef«'rc vt traduce, caliunniate. -ffe c ca- 
limmiation. 

9eg [ubt. t 9ei, *ee'g; ligefoa i aQe be følgenbe 
Smf. og «ft.] n pitch; ^tio fom røret beb - be« 
fmitte« bibl they that touch pitch will be defiled. 

Oegaa' vt commit, (oærre) perpetrate; .. fig 
get on, rub on; man (an ilte . ftp meb bam there 
is no living el. agreeing with him. -elfe c com- 
mission. 

9ega'be vt gape at, stare at. 

Oeg'agtig a pitchy. 

Sega'ble vt meb endow with, bestow st on, 
grant st to. -elfe e endowment, gifl(8), gifted- 
ness, capacity, intelligence, -et a gifted (meb 
with), talented, clever. 

9eg|(leitbc pitch-blende. 

9ege vt pitch, pay (with pitch). 

9egegii'e vt treat, behave one's self towards. 
•Ife c treatment, behaviour. 

9ege|'flire vt inspire, animate, -ret a enthu- 
siastic, ardent, in ecstacy. -rittg c inspiration; 
enthusiasm, passion. 



9cg|et o pitchy; be -be 2)renQe the tars, -fittel 
torch, link, -ftngrct a light-fingered. 

Segge a both, (^t)er af to) either; t\ . both of 
us, we both; -. to both; - ^Ic both; bt»ille - 
both of whom, who both of them; i . Xilfslbe 
in either case; en for • og ~ for en jointly and 
separately, -ftebd adv in Both places. 

9eggri|be pitch pot. 

Hegljar'bcr pi Begua'rds, Begha'ids. 

Oegfiar9»ilS stone-pitch. 

Ocgfei'ner pi Beguines. 

Oegliffttc pitch cap. 

Scginc vt give up; — w fig go, repair, pro 
ceed; (bænbe) chance, come to pass; ^ strain; 
* cease; . fig paa SSej set out; « fig ^ao en Weife 
set out on a journey, -n^eb c er event, occur- 
reuce, incident; rig paa -er eventfVil; fattig paa -n 
uneventful. 

9eg!(age pitch cake -lebcl p. -kettle. -I»|l [6 
p.-mop. -franS p--ring, pitched hoop, -(ttgfe 
^ logger-head, -lul jet, caking coal. 

IBeglo' vt gape, stare el. gaze at. -»--e« c 
staring. 

9eg|maitb pitch-burner; p gi»e en en • fiatten 
; one's nose. -ttMber pi ^ old oakum. 

+9egiii'be vt rub. 

9cg|olic pitch oil. 'Opal resinous qoartz 
•l^anbep.-pan. -)iiMi, -)pa|»ir tarred paper. -i^Ufler 
pitch plaster, 'pottt pitch-kettle, 'pvam p 
-boat. 

9egraiii'fle, -itiKg fe 9efamle. 

9egra'bc vt bury, inter, entomb; fiff bury. 
-Ife c -T frineral, burial, interment; inhumation; 
(^rabiteb) tomb, burial place, (muret) vault; 
tvp out, omission. 

9egralpelfed I afgifter burial dues, -bag day of 
(one's), burial, .burial-day. -gilbe fUneral (fieaflt) 
-f|f|tibelio|ebet obsequies, -faciei f eørat»«. -tøiiter 
undertaker's office, -owlofhiiiiger funeral ex- 
penses, 'plahi burial ground, -ret right of 
burial, -felffal burial society, b. dub. -ffflfe 
funeral rites, -fteb burial-place, -itbtiftlg : ^' 
oift til . postponed sine die, proposed to be 
read that day six months, -»«fe« burials, 
burial regulations. 

9egre'b n notion, idea, conception, concept 
(om of); ((Sone) apprehension, intelligence; tort 
. abstract, compendium; i tort . concisely, in 
a nut-shell; i -et notlonally; ^urtigt . quickness 
of apprehension; longfomt . dullness of a.; gøre 
fig et - om form an Idea el. notion of; bet itat 
jeg ilte . om I have no idea; bet obergaar alt ~ 
it is past all comprehension; flaar el. er i > neb 
at is going to, about to, ready to, on the point 
of, in the act of. 9egreb9|befleiitmelfe defini- 
tion, -enlyeb notion-umt. -forlpirring confUalon 
of ideas. -Ime logic. -mffSflg « rational. 
+-rigtig a logical, -itbliifliitg chain of reasoning. 

9egrt'b|e vt comprehend, understand, (tanle 
fig) conceive, -ellg a comprehensible, conceiv- 
able; F bet er -t I believe you, that goes with- 
out (the) saying; f øgte at gore ^am -t tried to 
make him understand, -elfgleb c comprehen- 
sibility, concelvableness. -elfglpif adv of course, 
•elfe. -tting c comprehension. 

•i-9egriKe vt grin at, laugh to scorn. 

9egrif9» c wax-end. 

9egro'et a meb overgrown, overrun with. 

9eamtt'b|e vt ((«gge 9runb) ground, found , 
establish; (giDe (Brunbe) prove, make good, make 
out; (ubgøre QHrunb) be the motive of, occasion; 
t (gmnbe ober) ponder on; er -t i el. paa is 
owing to; -t well-founded, -elfe e establish- 
ment; proof, confirmation; reasons, arguinent(s). 
-ee c founder. 

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adon; dfremis -xi 9ofl the lamentations of 
Jeremiah. 

9egr«K'f]e vt bound, limit, circumscribe *• ~ Itg 
draw the line, -et a limited, -ning e limita- 
tioD, restriction, circumscription; limits; lenber 
fm . has discovered his lixnitations, knows his 
depth; be menneffelige (KbnerS . the limit of human 
capacity, -ttiiigifuibe boundary plan. 

Segjffc paying-ladle, pitch-ladle, -fob shin- 
log aoot. -fori a pitch black, pitchy, -traab fe 
mp. -tMJe (Jack) tar. -Uv» bituminous turf. 

Oegittt'^igc vt favour, countenance, encour- 
age; -t af fevoured by, under favour of. -Ife c 
•r &Tour; preference, countenance (ub. p(). 

-t^Ocgli'be vt pour on. 

Segjivb'je, -btc, -bt, vt k % begin, commence, 
enter upon; - at tale begin to speak, commence 
Bpeaking; - ot, F take to el. fall to -ing; .. igen 
l>Bgln again, (f) recommence, resume; - paa nlj, 
poa igen begin over again, start afresh; fiben ieg 
engang ^r -bt my hand being in; bet -i at fne 
it sets in snowing; Sinteren -r tiblig the winter 
sets in early; - fbi egen ^u«^oIbning set up for 
one's self; - et n^t Sebnet turn over a new leaf; 
iHm -bte (fit Sib) fom fintpel ttrbejbSmanb he began 
the world as a common labourer; t>el -bt et I^Id 
fnlbenbt well begun is half done, a good be- 
ginning is half the battle; bfab ffa( jeg nu . paa 
what is to be done now? -clfe c -r beginning, 
commencement, outset; i -n at first, in the be- 
ginning; lige i -n at the very beginning; i -n af 
^Ittoget on opening the campaign; fra -n til 
Snben from beginning to end; -n til (Knben the 
beginning of the end; begt^nbe mrb -n begin at 
the beginning; tage fin ~ begin; gørr -n take the 
trtx step; a( ~ er focet the difficulty is in the 
outset. 

ØegipK belfcdjiøgflaii initial; -ec tvp capitals; 
ftott . initial capital, -grttitbe rudiments, be- 
ginnings, principles, elements. -||afKgf|eb initial 
Telocity, -(iitie initial line. 'pnnXi beginning; 
Offtnb.) terminus. -f)i«ttbigl|eb initial tension. 
-trirt opening move. — OegQnbenbc a incipient. 

Ocgiv'ber c -e beginner, tyro, novice; ©!oIe 
fat -e primary school; Xroen» - og Sulbfommcr 
the anthor and finisher of our faith. -arl»eibe; 
et . the work of a beginner, -tttrfud course of 
lesson« for beginners. 

Bcgft'r n desire, appetite, mere demand. Se* 
gcv|e tt (attraa) desire, (ogfaa bibl) covet; (fot' 
tange) request, solicit, ask for; Røbet -t imob 
*mben the flesh lusteth against the Spirit; - 1« 
t%te aslc, demand, In marriage, -e (ei. -iitgd) 



appetitive power el. faculty, vcgæring 
« -et desire; request, demand. Oegærtig a 
desirous (efter of); (graabig) covetous, greedy; 
»<w hi demand, in mvour; - efter ot eager el. 
«ixlousto. ©eg«tlla(r«) adw greedily, eagerly. 

OcganrHrte^ c -et («tttaa) desire; (eftet »Uenge 
»■ I.) cupidity, oovetousness; anxiety. 

9c|ta'ret a hairy. 

9c|a'g n pleasure, gratification, satisfiiction; 
(9nbe) grace; eftet (fit eaet) . at pleasure; eftet .! 
M you please, as you like; flnbe - i take plea- 
Jtire hi. be taken with; ^Di8 i eg finbet - i ^ora 
if he is to my liking; gøre en til ~ please one. 

Ocla'ge vi please; font S)e -t as you please; 
wb t? Sir? Ma'am? beg (your) pardon, Sir! 
(Ma'am !); p What? Eh? I)e -be at bemcetfe you 
were pleased to obeerve; be^ag at toge ^lob» please 
w sit down, ait down (if you) please; —vi^tt -be 
"IB at he was pleased to; bet ^ot -t (Kub ot it 
5«« pleased (Jod to; ^botfebe« -t bet Dcm? how 
JO you Uke it; -t »e Xe? will you take tea? — 

«'' . ft« i toke delight in, afifect. Iklagelig 



a agreeable, pleasant, pleasing, (beRommen) 
gratifying, acceptable; gøte fig - fot make one s 
self agreeable to, ingratiate one's self with; bet 
et mig meget -t at I am very happy to; ieg bar 
bet gonfte -t bet I am very comfortable here; jeg 
ubbebet mtg S)ere« -e røebbelelfet I request the 
favour of your communications. Sc^agflig^eb 
-et ((Kgenftab) pleasantness, agreeableness, 
amenity; -ft delights, comforts, amenities, (^t^ 

' ttinget) civilities, compliments, amenities; man 

I bat ben . at you have the advantage of (el. 

I that). — ee||agci(i)ft desire of pleasing, •ligllen 

I a desirous to please. -f)|g a over-desirous to 

, please, coquettish, -fijge excessive desire of 
pleasing, coquetry. 

I Oebot'lte vt hoe. -tting c hoeing. 

Oe^anb'llc vt (^oonbtete, omgaoS meb) handle, 
manage, deal with; (bel. ilbe) treat, use; (btofte) 

I discuss; (banblc om) treat of; (patient) treat, 
attend « en ilbe use one III, ilUreatone. -ling 

I c management; treating, treatment, usage; dis 

I cussion; cure. -lingdmaabe manner, mode of 

I treatment, mode of dealing with. 

' Oelyaitb'flet a gloved. 

9el|eit|ll«b ben(nut). Moring <% ptervoo*perma. 

1 -oUc oil of ben. -rob ben-nut root. 

, Ocberfl'lc vt rule (over), govern, sway, master; 
m»7 (om ©eliggen^eb) command; .. fine SJioenftober, 

I fig f (It), fin Stemme o. I. be master of, control; 
laoe fig - of be governed by, under the control 
of. -elfc c rule, sway, dominion, mastery, com- 

! mand. -cr c -e ruler, lord, master; be Xtoenbe* 
- the commander of the faithful, -crin'be c -r 

I mistress. 

I 9e^fer'tct a stout-hearted, dauntless, intrepid, 
resolute, -^eb c courage, intrepidity. 

I 9tt^\^\p'\t VT ftg meb make ra) shia with 

I -elig a oæte en . help e(. assist one, lend one 

! a helping hand, -elig^eb c assistance, -font a 
ready, shifty, -fomlieb c readiness, manage- 
ment 
Oeliolb' c: ^ot^e i ~ have on hand, In reserve; 

' et i . remains, is left; i gob .. in safety, safe 

, and sound, safe and well. — Oc^olblc vt retain. 

, keep; lobe tn . nt leave st to one; (abe en > 

! Stbet spare one's life; ~ &ii>et save one's life; 

I jon fiemte for at - bem he voted for their reten- 
tion; ^on hinbe ingen Xing - he could retain 

! nothing on his stomach; . fot el. bi>< f^O felt» 
keep to one's self; . gotten, fftatCen paa keep 
on one's hat, coat; . nt tilbage have st left, 

I remaining, -en a: (bet) « safe, in safety; ~ 

I ftut« course made (good), -er c -e reservoir, 
receiver, contoiner. -ttittg c -et (of JBotet o. I.) 

I stock (in hand), supply; (Weft) surplus, remains 
p/, remainder; (ftodfe ) cash balance. 
Oe^ob' (^-bo'o), n ka need, requirement, ne- 

, cessity; bet gøte« ~ it Is necessary; babe . tot 

I nt, ^aoe nt . need, lack^ have need of, stand 

I in need of, st; eftet . as occasion requires; 

I when required; l^at til . has a competency; 
gjvte fit . do one's business. 
©ei«B'ge «t rough-hew. 

I 9t%tt\'tt vt burden, encumber; -t meb ©bO^om 
afiiicted with disease; -t meb Sonftdigbebet beset 
with difficulties; -t (meb d^alb) encumbered 

; (with debt), involved. 

tk^øm'big (t 9e^nbe) n handy, adroit, dex- 

, terous, deft, (i 9ebæge(fet) nimble, -beb c handi- 
ness, dexterity, adroitness, nimbleness. -^ebi^' 

I (nnfl sleight-of-hand trick. 

Oc^ttnge vt hang (round); gobt et. ftættt gt 
(om éttnb) long-eared, with fine hanging ears; 

I * bli»e -nbe meb, fe ^ængenbe. 

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dne form, order; i ~ 6tanb in proper oonditioD; 
paa - 9Raabe duly; — adv duly. 

9tfi$'t9t vt need, want, require, stand in need 
of, have occasion for; bet -i iRe there is no 
need of it, no occasion for it; Ibt -t fun at befale 
you need only say the word; bu -t iWe at tomme 
you need not come; bet -r tWe at twete fanbt it 
may not be true; jeg -r to Ximer til at it takes 
me two hours to. 

Oell«t»'le vt plane. 

Cefa'e vt answer in the affirmative, assent to; 
-nbe a affirmative; — adv in the affirmative. 
-(ft c affirmation, assent. 

fdtUmtt vt bemoan, bewail, lament. 

9efbfe vt (%xct) stain; {Stotn) steep; (X»j) mor- 
dant. 9e|bfe e -r stain, wash: steep; mordant. 
-ttUt spirit printing. Orlbdniiig c staining etc.; 
fe Vfbrænbinø met. 

9t{i\t vi til make love to, woo, court; fie 
covet, court; - til en» (JJunft court one's fiivour, 
cnrrv fiivour with one. -e« c wooing etc., 
courtship, -er c -e wooer, suitor, lover. 

*©e|te vt \t «rct«fe; fc ©ejbfe (Xoi); - vi \e 
ØiaMe. — ^eftc n -t fe (9raSning; (fCfln) bait. 

9ejtcl c >er chisel. 

Iklafer c ^ tripping-line. 

9tta\tt vt \t »eHQbe. 

ectettb'lc vt (tilftaa) confess; (^arbe) follow suit; 
iRe at . not to follow suit, to renounce el. re- 
voke; bet maa leg . I know it to my cost; — 
vr fig tit en Steligion profess a religion; . fin 
ftljibifl plead guilty. -eJfe c -r (tilflaaelfe, Ito8o 
confession; (af Øieligion) profession; goa til .. 
confess, make confession, make a clean breast 
of it, p own up; brinae en til - make one con- 
fess. -clfedUS a religiously indifferent, -clfed- 
ftrifter symbolic books. -elfeSfhrt» controversy 
about the confession, -cr c -e professor, fol- 
lower; t confessor; (Sbbarb -en Edward the Con- 
fessor. 

9e(eitbt' a (well-)known, (fun om $ecfon> 
noted, (iRe om $erfon) familiar; et . ttnfiat a 
familiar face-, bet iQber . it sounds familiar, 
alminbeltg . (altfor) oel . notorious; bet ei al^ 
minbeltg . at it is common knowledge that; bet 
er mig . at I know that; (faa bibt) mig . at as 
far as I know; en af be mefi -e one of the best- 
known; fom ~ as is (well) known, as you know, 
it is well known that; ..foe fiunous for; . for 
at bftie known to be; . meb (en el. nt) acquainted 
with; tiOob mig at gøre $km . meb ^r. N. allow 
me to introduce yon to el. make you acquainted 
with Mr. N.; btioe . meb nt be informed of st. 
gøre fig . meb acquaint one's self with, make 
one's self acquainted with; gore fig- beb brinp 
one's self into notice bv; --- oil (Re ooerc bet - 
is ashamed to own it; jeg Tan iRe bare . at I 
would not have it known el. supposed that. 
iRe sine osre en . disown el. cut one; bu ffaii 
iRe bore ben ^at . you cannot show your fiæe 
with that hat on; bu fan iRe ixttt anbet « you 
cannot in honour do otherwise. — Oelenbt o -e 
acquaintance; en gob > a friend, -g^ve vt make 
known, publish, notiiy; (i Slab) advertise 
-g«re(fe e -x publication, notiflcation, (official) 
notice; advertisement. -||eb c notoriety, -iitanb 
fe ftenbtmanb. -flai n -er acquaintance; (SlenbfCab) 
knowledge; gore el. fHfte . meb get acquainted 
with, make the acquaintance of; gøre nærmere 
. grow more familiar, improve the acquaint- 
ance; beb nærmere . on more familiar acquaint- 
ance; jeg ^ar intet . til ^m 1 am not acquainted 
with him. -flaidfrcbd acquaintance. 

ecfig'c, Cetiffe vt peer at. 

Seftafi'« c -er snipe, Seolonax. 

CeCIa'gie vt lament, deplore, regret, (en) be 



sorry for, pity; .. fig ober complain of; jeg -r 

meget at I am very sorry that; bet et at . it is 

a matter of regret; ^an er meget at . he is 

greatly to be pitied; . fig for en ober complain 

to one of. -tUa a deplorable, lamentable, 

regrettable, -eligleb e deplorableness. -elfe c 

I -r regret; -r lamentations. -e(fc9tiar^ig a plti- 

' able, to be pitied; fe -lig. 

, 9tnat'U vt blot el. spot with ink. 

fStiiap'pf vt applaud, clap. 
I 9et(eitt'|mc vt oppress, -t a anxious, uneasy, 
! faint, heart-sick, down-hearted, -welfc <^. -t|e> 
anxiety, uneasiness, heart-sickness. 
I 9ent(1e vt cast a blot el. stain on. 

9ef(i'ne vt daub, smear. 
i etiiip'pe tt clip, cut, (^r 0. 1.) trim; fi^ 
\ curtail. 

OcRifl'rc vt paste over. 
I Scflnm'ret a close, oppressive, sultry, stuffy. 
9tiia'ht vt f. an. en Sæg, et $ayir meb nt 
paste, glue el. gum st on. 

Octia'bje vt deck, clothe, cover; .. meb ^Bapir 
I paper; . meb 9raber, planter board, plank; . en 
. 9Rur meb @ten line a wall with stone; . meb 
I 92eta(plaber case; . et Smbebe fill et. occupy an 
I office; iRatter -bte meb Olomftet fields decked el. 
' enameled with flowers; -bt meb en tSærbig^ 
I clothed, invested, vested, with office, authority; 
I 9Ragi^aten er -bt meb benne SRl^nbig^b this 
I power is vested in the magistrate. -Hclfe e 
clothing, -ttiag c (bet at b.) clothing etc.; wner 
I boarding, lining, casing, (inbb. t 6fib) ceiling. 
9et(iebniitgS|gettflMb article of clothing. 
i 'it\(tip relief in the shape of clothing. -tøSe ^ 
' serving-mallet, -mur lining-wall , revetment 
(-wall). -)plaitte textile plant, «fleit ftusing-stone. 
, -ftof textile fabric. -|ll|He fe -genflanb. -«rb 
! facing-sod. 

^etttc'b, 9etKi'b n : bære i . be at a pinch, 

I ^ Jammed (in). — Ochtib't vt stint, pinch; ^ 

jam, stop in; > fig «Ir get Jammed, 'tttn ^ nip. 

9ctoist'Jme vt get, obtain; agree with; benne 

9}et ^r iRe -t mig bel this dish has not agreed 

I with me, has disagreed with me; bet bil . S>em 

I bel it will do you good; bet befom ^am ilbe at 

^an he fared the worse for -ing; bel - ! you are 

welcome (to it) (iRe eftet 9orbet), iron much 

! good may it do you, I wish you joy of it. -f 

e sufficiency; faa fin . have one's fill, have 

I enough, (ftn 9tefl) be done for, served out. 

' Oetøft'lc pay el. defhiy the expenses of; jeg 

I ^r -t intg en nb ftjole I have been at the cost 

I of a new coat, -elig a expensive, costly, -elig» 

1 ^th c costliness, -iiing c -er cost, expenses, 

: charge; føre, fætte en i > put one to expense; 

I gøre . paa spend, lay out, money on; meb en 

'l . af at an expense of; paa min ~ {oa\aa fig) at 

my expense el. cost, paa egen . at his own ex- 

; pense; paa ^ a\ fio at the sacrifice of; paa Sonb« 

bebenS . at the sacrifice of truth. 

; ^9clrabf'c vt scratch, scrape. 

{ Oe(r«ti'f|c vt wreath, crown with a garland. 

I -Itittg e wreathing etc. 

9erri'ge vt make war upon. >lfe e making 
war upon. 

9tUæf'tt vt (ftabfæfie) confirm, oorroborate» 
bear out; (bejae) affirm; (bebibne) certify, (officielt) 
legalise: en -t Ørnpart a certified transcript, a 
legalised copy; SVbgtet ^r iRe -t fig the rumour 
has proved to be unfounded, there is no corro- 
boration of the rumour; ^ormobningen bar iRe 
-t fig the conjecture is not borne out by the 
facts: bet ^x -t fig at it has proved true that. 
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u-stimony whereof. -Kt c a ftf&rmatlve; — adv 
in the affirmative. 

tkftpe»' a (|w<ffnbe) fit, fitting, proper, suit- 
able; <6elrittø) coDvenient; (let) easy; (magelig, 
IlDøøeftg) commodious, comfortable; . til et Sm* 
bebe fit el. qualified for an office; gøre fig bet -t 
make one's self at home; tage fig bet -t take it 
easy; fpni bet falber 2)ein -t if it stiits your con- 
venience. -|cb c fitness; suitableness; com- 
modionsness. -mc vr fia tit nt persuade one's 
self to, submit el. oondeeoend to; . fig til at 
prevail on one's self to, persuade one's self to; 
(1- .. fig efter, fe Slette). fSiUtmmtUa a com- 
modious, convenient, comfortable. Oeflpewwe' 
Ug|et e -er comfort, convenience, accommoda- 
tion; ^ dwelling, apartments; elftet (fin) ~ Is 
fond of (his) ease; eftet fin . at his oonvenienoe; 
Støets -ec the conveniences el. comforts of life; 
tit . for the convenience of. 

Sc^si'lre vi grieve, trouble; — or fig f or be 
concerned about; . fig meb trouble one's self 
with; . fig on care about, trouble one's self 
about; tngen -t fig om at ncegte no one is con- 
cerned to deny; -i ebet berfov itfe foe ben ^ag 
i Shnrgen take therefore no thought for the mor- 
row, -ftt a (ot)er, for -t-om) concerned, anxious 
(about, for); bibl wntt itte -be for noget be care- 
ful for nothing, -rtitc c -er care, concern, 
anxiety; bibl bu am btg . og ttro meb mange 
Xing thou art careral and troubled about many 
things. 

ØctMB'f |e vt combat, struggle with, contend 
with, -effe o (of) fight (against), -cr c e ad- 
versary. 

Qem'ttt 9t encumber. 

fdtlåht a meb loaded, oppressed, (6))gbom) 
hifected, with. 

Øctogt' a loaded, ftirred, foul (tongue); veiled 
(voice), -^eb e foulness. 

Oclitfl'le vi load, charge; mere (en< ftonto for) 
debit el. charge (one et. one's accoimt for). 
•iiis§ c weight, load. 

9nm'}K vt prepare; — or . fig poa prepare 
(one's sell) for, make ready for; -t poa prepared 
for. «Ifc c preparation. 

Ode' vi laugh at, deride, ridicule. 

Odfi'fif a convenient, seasonable, opportune; 
nooz bet er $>tm -t when(ever) it is convenient 
to you el. suits your convenience; gtibe bet -e 
^iéblft take time by the forelock; udv oppor- 
tunely, just in time, -^eb e opportunity, op- 
portuneness. 

Scfei'rie vt besiege, lay siege to, beleaguer, 
•et c -e besieger, -ing c -et siege. 

OcIel'Hvøl^Ttrtefbet besieging operations, -at' 
ttøeri siege artillery. •bttteH siege battery. 
-iorv besieging army, -trig obsidional war. 
4mt$ art of besieging. -ff)|t9 heavy artillery, 
battering train. -tilHanb state of siege; title . 
petty s. of siege; erflare en 8t) i . declare a 
town in a state of siege, 'ttøpptt besieging 
forces, -»lertef ^preaches. 

9cleiBttit' -et belem'nite. 

9cleai'rie vt encumber, lumber, hamper, im- 
pede, burden, dog, (fun fig) saddle, -iitg e 
encumberment. 

OeIe'«|e vt entooft, invest, -itt^ e enfeofitaient, 
hivestment. 

Sdeto'ge o first floor. 

Oele'He« a polite, courteous, urbane, -^eb o 
politeness, urbanity, courtesy. 

8elgile« n Belgium, -et c t, -etis'be -t 
Belgiaxi. -ff a Belgian, Belgic. 

Oclgtab n Belgra'de. 

Mig'ge vt lie with. 

MIg'geiiibe a lying, situate, situated; nax . 



I fe næniggenbe. -leb c -er situation, site; (geogta* 
I fifr) podtion; (meb 6enf))n HI «eft, 6oI o. t.) ex- 
I posure, aspect; (SoerelferS inbb^rbef) arrange- 
: ment. 
I 9elifl'niitg o ^ fe Sift. 

Oeli'nie o< animate, -eta animated, spirited. 

OeScttifl' c -et belletrist, -iff a belletristic 

OeOid -et daisy, «o go wan, BellU perenm». 

Of to'bet [as] part promised. 
I Oeltet the Belt: SiHe Oelt the Leaser Belt, 

> LitUe Belt; @tote iBelt Great Belt. 
Oeltfasat Belshaz'zar. 
Oelttb'fi^jet o -e Biluchee', Belooche', Balochi'. 

•iftan n Beluchistan (etc.). 

Oetit'ga o -et fe AbibfifT. 

-«^Oclttgt'e vt smell at. 

OeItt't|e vt (secretly) watch et. listen to, keep 
• a watch on. -et e -e watcher, spy. -fug c 
: watching. 

I Oetli'fe vt light, light up, illundnate: fig throw 
t a light upon, illuminate, elucidate. Ocl^'ftiiittg 

> c lighting etc., illumination, light; i biffe -et in 
I some lights. — 9el)idni«g#'S|i)iatat illuminating 

apparatus, -god iUamLnating gas. -nbgiftet 

I lighting expenses, -bttbfle photogen. -|p«fettet 
the lighting of the streets. 
Oelty'be vt belie. 
9cl«'bte vt, mm» leather. 
OeI«g' n covering, coating; (i ^ofpital o. t.) 

! number of inmates et. hands. — Oe(<eg|ge vt 
cover, coat, case, overlay; (inboenbig) line; . meb 
Vtte^ put under arrest; « .. en Oaab make fkist 
a boat; (meb Oebifer o. t.) support; . meb Olt) 
lead; . meb Oroflen o. f. pave; ~ meb Otæbet 
board; .. meb Sitater support with quotations; 
. meb Sflifet flag; . en ffæfbhig invest a fortress; 
. en Øntbe employ workmen in a mine; . meb 
9t<Htstb sod, turf, . meb ftobbet copper, sheath 
with copper; . meb Ibitteringer mmish with 
vouchers; . meb Sænfet load with irons; . meb 
SRaatter mat; . meb Vlatmot pave with marble; 
. meb et 9laon give a name to; b^n oeb gobt at 
. fine Otb he is a folr-spoken man; ^oe viet tit 
at ~ en 6eng (poa et ^ofbital et t.) have the dis- 
position of a bed (at an hospital, almshouse); 
(meb Stoxpt et. t.) incrust; (Gpejte) silver; . meb 
en 6ttaf set a punishment on; betogt meb Zolb 
charged et. burdened with a duty; fe Oetagt. 
-getfe c covering etc. -itittg c -et covering etc.; 
Sfisbber« . stay, tape and buckram; fe Oetagt^b. 
Oeltt'tle vt inform, instruct, teach: labe fig . 
be taught, take advice; — -enbe a instructive, 
(Sone) didactic, -elfe, -ittg c information, in- 
struction. 

Oelad'fe vt load, charge, burden. -Ife c 
loading etc. 

Oeta'fi a well-read, conversant with books. 
-|eb o (extensive) reading. 

OeU'b n, pi », amount. ~ OeUle fig vr tit 
amount to, come to, make; bbot l^sit !an bet . 
what may it come to? 
OeUit'«|e vt reward, recompense, remunerate. 

I -et « -e rewarder, requiter. -i«g c -er reward, 

, recompense, remuneration, poet meed; ($ti8b.) 

' premium, prise. 

Oent'slte vt bepaint, daub, -iitg e daubing. 
Oemaifble vt i, man. -ing o manning; eoncr 

I complement, crew; ®Hbet qar fin fnlbflanbige . 

I the ship has her complement of men. -fugs* 
lifte crew's list. -ingøregitUititi scale of man- 
ning. 

! Oewelbf a said, aforesaid. 

I Oemefl'te fig vr make et. render one's self 
master of. 

; Oemib'tet a of means, well off, wealthy. 

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9cittl|ii'bioe vt authorize, empower, commis- 
Hion. -(ft authorizatiou etc., sanction; coner 
full power, power of attorney, warrant, author- 
ity; fftet - by authority; gitte - til authorize. 

Centang'e vr meb f meddle with. 

Scntffrrle vt ftægflc VlcexU HO perceive, notice, 
note, (oafaa i vet t^tre) remark, obeerve; -t- « 
betk)be: feø tiDabet mig at . I beg to remarlc, 
observe, mention; bet fortiener at -i it deserves 
notice; gøre fia -t make one's self conspicuous. 
•eHg a perceptible, perceivable, noticeable. -e(fc 
c -t signification, meaning, acceptation, sense 
•iiiiig e -er remark, observation; gøre er tteb 
remark upon. 

t9enua'c vt begrime, befoul. 

+9em^'t vt, fe Umage. 

8eii n, pi = (+ joe -e) (i Segemet) bone; 
(J?em, t>. WøMec, Cinfel o. I.) leg; gjorbe lange - 
made good use of his legs; et febt . a good 
prize; tage -ene ub af bone; benne (9ang er bet . 
af mine . bihl this is now bone of my bones; 
fpænbe ~ fot en trip one up; f ætte bet bebfte . 
foran put one's best leg foremost; atbejbe I - 
work in bone; bet er ingen ~ i bet it Is all plain 
sailing; ^ar - i 9l«fen (el. ^anben) has plenty of 
backbone, has a Oittle) will of his own; tage 
-ene meb fig, p stir one's stumps; falbe otter 
fine egne . stumble over one's own legs; ^n er 
altib Tpaa -ene he is alwavs on the move; jeg 
^r ttoeret paa -ene ben bele tag I have not been 
off my legs all day; ^ele ^ufet et ^a ene the 
whole house is astir; (omme paa -ene igen regain 
one's feet, recover one's legs; faa X)e et aQetebe 
ttoa -ene igen so you are come round again: 
^iælpe en paa -ene (oøfaa fig) set el. put one on 
his legs; bringe el. fttOe en ^st paa -ene raise an 
army; (an ille fiaa paa -ene cannot stand on his 
legs; ftaa paa foage ~ totter, be in a tottering 
condition; Haa paa egne . stand upon one's own 
bottom el. legs, stand alone, be self-sustaining 
el. self-supporting; man (an i((e gaa paa et . joe, 
P you must wet the other eye; gaat paa fine 
flbfte . is on his last legs; gitte en ~ at gaa paa 
make one find his legs; tage -ene paa 92a((en et. 
toge til -8 take to one's heels; et baatlig til -i 
is a bad, poor, walker; gore fig ub til -i become 
restive 

«9rH a straight; -t adv straight, right. 

9fttaa'b|e vt (en ^otbr^bet) pardon; . en meb 
nt &vour, grace, one with st, confer st on one; 
. en paa bittet pardon one his life, -elfe c 
favouring etc., mvour, grace, -niitg e b. f.; 
((Iftetgioelfe af ©ttaf) pardon, mercy. 

8enaa'biiftiod|aitf«g«i«a petition for mercy. 
-bre» letter el. charter of pardon, -gmitb mo- 
\ tive for pardon, -ret pardoning power, prerog- 
■^ atlve of mercy. 

. ^ 9cK|aare vein of the log. -agtig a bony, 
osseous, -antpitttret a with his leg amputated. 
-arbejbe bone articles, -arbciber worker in 
bone, -nftt bone-ash(e8). 

Ilc'n|befr«bigelfe injury to a bone, -betøni' 
belfe inflammation of the bone, osteitis, «bebot' 
gcife movement of the leg(s). -bot trepan, 
•braitb necrosis, -brub fracture, -brttbfbge fe 
-fføt^eb. -britfl ossein, -brirt ^ c bog-asphodel. 
Nartkeeium ottifraoum. -bbglliltg Structure of 
the bones, skeleton. -ceOe bone-cell, -bannelfc 
bone-formation, osteogeny, ossification. 

eeitbc c -X, Oenbittgftibe basket for catching 
~ ' snails on the bottom of the sea. 

9c'it|bre|ev turner (In bone), -bbttge heap of 
bones, -b^r vertebrate animal, -e vi a\ run 
away, bolt, leg It. -ebber caries. 

9eitebilt' Ben'edict, Ben'net. -c Benedic'ta. 

Oenebtfti 'ner I Hofter Benedictine monastery. 



-ntKttl Benedictine (monk). -Konite Benedictine 
nun. -orben order of St. Benedict el. Bennet. 

eenebilt'lrob, -«rt fe 9leni(etob. 

Oenefi'ce c t ben'eflt; bat fin forfle « takes 
her first benefit. -foreftiHiiig benefit, bespeak 
(night, performance), tlcket-night. Oeiiefi|ce'ret 
(Sobd lands appropriated to church livings or 
other public offices; ... 8ag suit in forma pau- 
peris, 'ticmi' c -er person who takes the bene- 
fit, -cia'rciitd) c ben'eficed clergyman, -c'iitm 
n fe ©enefice. 

Oenenbc e end of the bone el. leg. 

Oenlct u fe -agtig. 

9e'it|febt bone-grease, fe -olie. -fil bone-file; 
mer/ raspatory, surgeon's rasp, -fift osseous flab, 
teleost. -fllf(e) bone-splinter, -forbinbelfe ar- 
ticulation, -fri a boneless; -t Iløb boned meat, 
-flllb a bony. 

Oettga'ljen n Bengal; -e'fer o -t, -eferitt'be -r 
Bengale'se. -ft a Bengal; n (Sptog) Bengalee; 
. 3lb Bengal lights, blue fire; ben -e 9ngt the 
Bay of Bengal. 

Oengel c -gler typ bar, rounce; (Stcelbftorb/ 
brute, lout, -agtig a brutish, loutish. 

Oenlg^bning bones (as a manure). -tto9 
bone-glass, -(aarb c hard as bone. -||mbe 
periosteum. -||inbebetff«be(fe periostitis. -||oiieb 
anat condyl. -I^ttg cut to the bone. -(|nle. 
-iKllyeb anat cotyla. -I^Kd charnel-house. -|trb 
bone-earth, -feme centre of ossification, ossiflc 
centre, -((leber trowsers, pantaloons; (otte > 
breeches, small-clothes. -Habelonmtc trowseie' 
pocket, -dffbeffrffbber trowsers-maker. -nabt> 
tsi stufi* for trowsers. -fiiap bone -button. 
-hittbe protuberance on a bone; fe fttulft. •ttirit 
cancer In the bone. -ftU bone-charcoal. »la« .. 
nteøe fe -plabe. -(im bone-glue, -(«re osteology, 
skeletology. -Ud a twneless; legless; -e ^gle 
beef olives, pouplcs. -mel groond bones, bone- 
dust, -nulle bone-mill, bone-grinding machine, 
•oiie neat's-foot oil. -bonfer cuisse. -pifte 
cavity of the bone, -plabe scale el. lamina of 
the bone, -rab e A n, -et og -e skeleton, -ray 
a swift-footed, -fab surgeon's saw. -flMl co- 
tyla. -flabe ulcer in the leg. -flinner greavea. 
-fUrlyeb brittleness of the bones, -fmerter bone 
-ache, osteocope. -fort bone-black, -fpat bode 
•spavin, -fplint splinter (of a bone), -ftnniy 
stump (of the leg); firagment of bone. -Hlptte 
bony piece of meat. -fUb bone-dnst. -fnbflattå 
osseous substance, bony structure, -fbnlft exos- 
tosis, -fligbont disease of the bones, -flifte» 
osseous system, -font anat suture, -tang bone 
-nippers pi. -t*J f legs; gobt - strong el. well 
-made legs. -nbbfftH fe -foulfl. -nib gare. *-nrt 
fe fttagedo. ^-bcb c spindle-tree, Euonymui; * fe 
Ihrifltom; (fe ogfaa nbfr.). 

Øenob'let a uneasy, nervous, shaky, -elfe r 
uneasiness, nervousness. 

*9e'njbcb (af Sen a) fly honeysuckle, Lonioera 
xylotteum; fe ibaRtteb. -bef short cut. 

9e'n|baffl growth of the bones, -»«rt gout. 
-b<eb osseous tissue el. texture. 

9enbt'te tt use, make use of, employ: (ftm 
Ihlbe) consult, lay under contribution; . en Sej' 
ligbeb take, seize el. embrace an opportunity; 
. fieilig^eben improve the occasion; .. Ztben make 
good use of one's time, improve the time; ~ 
nn Xib paa bet bebfie make the most of one's 
time; — w fig af, fe JBen^tte; profit by, take 
advantage of, avail one's self of; . fig af Jin 
Corbel improve el. push one's advantage. 4fe 
c use, using etc., improvement. -Ifefntaabe way 
of using St. 

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•^npiié \t SSenaoe. -ølie benzoin oil. -furt 
5«!t benzoate. '[^vt benzoic add. -tinnur 
virgin-milk, -trie benjamin tree, -øtter benzoic 
ether. — 9tn^o'l e ben'zole. — Ocnsot^'I n ben'- 
zOTl, ben'zule. 

9niff0't|e vt deny, (ilfe titflaa) disavow, -elfe 
f -t denial, disavowal, (iut. QitWccfl) traverse. 
-dfctek oath of denial, -rube a negative; . 
Sftot answer in the negative; — adv in the 
iK^tive. 

©««»'Iwe vt name, call, designate; (t fe ©e« 
tonnif) -iielfe (+-iiiito) c -er appellation, de- 
signation, -lit o (+ = ©cmelbt); - Xal concrete 
ri. applicate number; Øbbition (ofo.) i -e Zal 
rompoand addition etc. 

SfMj'f fig. fe 9tBie Pfl. 

Iktr'^re vt order, direct; -t til 8eit^ under 
ord^s for Leith. 

8cyaf \U vt load el. fill with packages el. bag- 

%-ttivg c »»7 fe CppatninQ. 
««'f|re tft, -ring fe $anfre. 

8c)MS'te v« pledge, mortgage.] 

Bc^l'fet a dad in fnrs. 

Bcyif'fc «f bepiss. 

fk^fon'tle v< plant; ~ ^xiaiit) replant, -niitg c 
planting; ooner plantation. 

Bcyfet'te t:r spot, stain. -Ife c fig staining. 

'^9t^t^'U vt fe $n)be. 

Bcyu^'re r r bepowder. 

•f9c|Piir'^fe vt dress in purple. 

Øcraate vr fig )raa (en) appeal to, refer to, 
qinole, (nt) plead, urge; -nbe flø paa at under 
the plea that. •Iff c appeal. 

Berca'k n deliberation; meb - deliberately; 
9tttt, goa i . meb deliberate with; tage i ~ take 
Into consideration; jeg bar t « (meb mig felb) om 
leg ffnlbe goa I was irresolute whether to go or 
not. — ecTMk a: meb (bel) . ^u deliberately, 
advlaedly. -« (+-fFte) fig vr meb consult, t-fl«« 
St StoabfUia. 

■¥fB€vmm' m : paa (et) . at a venture, at random, 
at hap-hazard; paa eget . of one's own accord, 
on one's own authority, -we vt fix, appoint. 
-oulfe e appointment. 

Qera^'ye vt (SRui) roughcast. 

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i<ri9' c, -fcnff barberry- el. piperldgebush, 
BtrberU vulfforit. -ftiet barberry. 

9€Thttmu9 Barbary mouse, Mu» barbaru«. 

Øerfbe vt prepare; ~ et QJaaltib prepare el. 
dress a meal; « Saber dress el. curry leather; 
. Seien for en pave the way for one; ~ en nt 
cause one st, bring st upon one; . ^am Sanfte* 
ti||rbfc throw difficulties in his way; ~ en en 
Oecrrafeffe give one a surprise; - en til ®»ben 

Tre one for death; — vr fig paa prepare for 
ti( get ready for; — berebta paa prepared 
ibr. -Ife c prepairing etc., preparation. 

Herfben a mounted; gøre . mount. 

Iterr^llii«g e dressing. -fla> n : i . in read!- 
se«; lolbe i . hold in readiness; flaa i . meb at 
be in readiness to, on the point of. -t»ill'ig 
9|f. Trl>0 a ready, wiUIng. -oiU'igficb c readi- 
Dum, willingness, (frefbig^ g(ab) alacrity, prompt- 
itode. 

Beirg'ttie vt compute, calculate; (jHOe i 9leg> 
■iag) put el. place to account; - fig (i ©etaling) 
dksrge; jeg ^ar -t Sem biefe 93aret til I have 
«targed these goods at, -S fom 9lettelfer tvp is 
dkuged for as corrections; -t paa intended for; 
tHaat calculated to. -elig a calculable, -enbe 
« calculating, -ct c -e actuary, -et a cunning, 
politic, -ittg e -tx computation, calculation; 
*-i|e i . make allowance fpr, allow for; tage meb 



i -en count with; tog feil i fin ^ was out in his 
calculations, -ittgdwaabe way of calculating. 

©erej'Ife vt travel over, traverse, F do- -ft « 
travelled; en meget - ^anb a great traveller. 

9ereti'b|e vt, mil invest, -fng c investment. 

©etet'lte vt state, relate, report, record; - en 
@&g administer the sacrament to a sick person. 
-»Ittg c -er statement, account, report; aflægge . 
om make (draw up) a report, give an account, 
make a statement of, report. +-ningdnianb o fe 
-ter. -telfe o administration of the sacrament; 
• fe gortæHing. -ter c e relator. 

9erett'ig|e vt entitle; -t til at ^aafte at war- 
rants the hope that; -et til at entitled to, war- 
ranted el. justified in -Ing; — berettiget a 
legitimate, lawfbl; SereS Snbbenbina ec - your 
objection is sound, -elfe c right, utle. 

•©erg n, pi - , fe ©jærg. (5 ©ammen'octningec 
bruged oenne f^orm i 9{orge alttb, ^oor ber er Xair 
omloergoæfen, og meget alminbelig ogfaa i anbre 
Xilfælbe). 

Oergamot' c -ter bergamot. -olie (essence of) 
bereamot. -tt« bergamot. Citrus bergumia. 

*6erge vt fe ©jærge. 

Oergen n Bergen, (i ©elgien) Mons. t9ergefifr. 
»ergfifl fe fiubRfl. 

9erge're (fr.) c -r easy chair. 

9erg|fo(t miners; fe iBiærg«. -gnovbeitt assayer 
of a mine. -gtylte e ballan wrasse («c berggil), 
Lab^-us hergylta. 

9ergi'tte|bra9 ^ cross-jack (ubt. crodjec) brace. 
-raa cross-jack yard (ojt)). 

eerglfiattptmanb intendant of mines. *-liattd 
"tnait, -tnand hill-top, rock. *-tnop wall pepper, 
Sedum acre. -Tlfllbig a skilled in mining; — v 
mineralogist, metallurgist. -Uld fe ®It)fe, ^1' 
mule. *-l<ettbt a mountainous, -inattb miner, 
fe ©iærg». -mefler superintendent of mines, 
-mrbbe gold sinny, Orenilabnu narvegiciu. -ret 
bergmote. -ftab mining town; fe eiærg». *-fttgge 
fe -gijlte. -tørring drying on the rocks, -tiieet, 
-tKtrtSbrift o. fl. fe 83isTg<. -Httfett mining 
(matters). 

9eri'be vt break; (Sanbet) ride about. 

Oeri'ber o -e mil riding master, rider, horse 
-breaker, rough-rider; (IhinflO clrcus-rider, horse 
-rider, equestrian performer, -iaite, -clrfiid 
circus, 'foreftillittg equestrian performance. 
-fttttft circus-rider's art. -htttfter pl feats of 
horse-manship. -pift longe-whip. -felftai horse 
-riding etablishment, equestrian company, com- 
pany of riders. Veriberfte c -r (female) circus- 
rider (ofb.). 

Oerl'ge vt enrich. -Ife c -r enriching, enrich- 
ment. -Ifei^ntibbet means of enriching one's 
self. 

9erig'tige vt correct, rectify; (betale; settle. 
-Ife -r rectifying, correction, rectification; 
(offentlig, Srotefl) disclaimer; til - af in correc- 
tion of. 

Oering'et a bejeweUed, be-ringed. 

Oerittgdlftrirbet Behring's Btrait(s). 

9erta'ii n bar'racan. 

eerled|(ir«b) pi collars, daws, -fr^ poppy 

Serli'it n Ber'Un. Øerli'ner c -e Berliner. 
Oevliner 1 6(aat Prussian blue, -r^bt Prussian 
red. -traltaten the Berlin treaty, the t. of B. 

Verlof' c -!er watch- trinket. 

©erw(e) c mil berm, berme. 

Oermnbad^erne the Bermudas, Bermuda. 

©cm n Bern, Berne -er c Beme'se. -er« 
Wpenie the Bernese Alps. 

ventafelgaaå brant goose, -åtwcr leucopn». 

eernfyarb Bernard. — 9ernl|arb{'uer|m«nf 
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•trcM U ^emit'. ! 

Oemftem fe 9tat). 

8erø' o» (fiitbe«) be; (^e fit 9oc6IiMnbe) stand ; 
over, rest, remain in abeyance; -r (grunber fifl) ! 
poa is founded upon; -r paa (aftaget af) dejpendis 
on, (en) rests with; bet -r poa en SHSfoiftaaelfe ' 
it is dne to a misunderstanding; betbeb moa bet ' 
> there the matter must rest; labe bet . ti( en 
anben (Sang leave it for another time. Øers « : 
ftille nt i . lay st by for the present, let the 
matter rest. • 

Ocrø'liøe calm (down), quiet, tranqolllize, > 
compose, soothe, reassure, appease, set at rest 
el. ease, -«be a reassuring, comforting; med I 
sedative, composing; . SRibbel sedative, fig og | 
F calmer, quieter. -Ife e calming etc.; bet er , 
en . at toibe it is a comfort to know. , 

Oerfirrt e -er wild warrior of the heathen age, ! 
Berserk. Oerfirrl'erf a«fi ftiry of a Berserk; F 
gaa . run a muck. I 

Bertfca c Bertha; berthe, bertha. 

Oettlc vt edge, border, burr up. Oertettflmi 
edging-tool. 

Øertrcmvøb sneesewort, bastard pellitoiy, 
AekilUa ptarmica. 

Oem'fle vt intoxicate, inebriate; . fig get 
drunk el. tipsy, -elfe c intoxication, inebriation. 
-e»be a intoxicating etc.; . 2)riRe i. liquors, 
intoxicants, -et a drunk, tipsy, (ogfaa Jig) in- 
toxicated (af with). 

Oer^gt'ft a in bad repute, notorious; . ftbinbe, 
^ui woman, house, of bad repute, of ill-fame, 
•^eb o bad reputation. 

9tt^V -let ber'yl. -t»rb gludne, glucina. 

*9tt'tqt vt smoke, fUmigate. 

9tt9m'\mt vt laud, extol, commend, praise; 
. ^ af boast of, glory in. •mcllg a laudable,' 
commendable, praiseworthy, creditable, honour- 
able; illustrious, -metig^eb o praiseworthlness. 
-mclfe c -T (9toS) praise, eulogy, commendation, 
credit; (9{abnfunbta^b) celebrity, renown. 9e* 
r#«t' a celebrated, renowned, fiuned, ftunous. 
Oerfmtlcb c celebrity, renown; ($erfon) ce- 
lebrity. 

9ttt'v\t vt touch; fig (omta(e) touch on, hint 
at; . btnanben touch; -ite mig fmecteligt made a 
painful impression on me; -ite mia ube^geligt 
gave me a shock; ^tifeme -i iRe af prices are 
not affected by. -elfe, -ittg c touching etc., 
contact; fiaar tRe i nogen « meb has no connec- 
tion with. 

Ocr^'Hiiø9|elertridtet galvanism. -linie con- 
tingent line, -»la« tangent plane. -)i««rt point 
of contact, -binlel angle of contact. 

Oer^'be vt deprive of, bereave of, divest of; 
. en £ioet take one's life. -Ife c depriving etc., 
deprivation. 

Oe9' fi mu* B double flat. 

Øefaa' imp af Øefe. 

9t\aa' vt sow; jUg -et meb strewed, dotted, 
overspread with, -«ittg (+-elfe) c sowing. 

tøefa« fe Vlefan. 

Oefat' part fe ©efcette; — a : possessed; . af 
^cebelen possessed by (t oO the devil; . af Vtt* 
pemgtKb (0. fl.) possessed with ambition; ftnge 
fom en . scream like one possessed. | 

Øefe' tt view, inspect, look over; ♦ - fig pM. 
et 6teb take a look at, take a view of, see the 
sights of, a place; (Cienbommen) Ian ■% is on 
view. 

0efeai|e vt (ogfaa fig) seal, -ittø c sealing. 

0efefl|e vt navigate; - jmanp renavlgate. 
f-elig a navigable, -ing o navigating, naviga- 
tion; fe -ingStogt. -inøøtomtitidfion trial com- 
mittee, -inøtappott report on the sailing and 



other qualities of the ship, -imf ftsgt sailing 
expedition, trial trip. 

Oefc)'r|e vt vanquish, beat, (ogfaa ;Ctf) get the 
better of, conquer, overcome, SonfCelig^d^ sur- 
mount -er e vanquisher, victor, -ikg c van- 
quishing etc.; victory (af over). 

9e|lb'te vt possess, be possessed of; (bebo) 
occupy; . enS XiOtb possess e(. enjoy one's con- 
fidence; — befibbenbe a: ben . ft(a*fe the 
propertied el. property class(es). -(fe e -t (ogfaa 
coner) possession; occupation; ei^oyment; -r 
(Sanbe) dominions, dependencies: fomme i . af 
get possession of; toge i ., fatte fig i . af take 
possession of, possess (attei: repossess) one's 
self of. 

Oefib'be(fe#|for|ølb tenure. -US m unmoneyed, 
unportioned. -ret right of possession, -tagelfe 
occupation, -tager c -e occupant, -tlitieri 
unlawftilly taking away one's own goods in 
another man's possession. Oefib^r c -t, -in^'e 
e -r possessor. 

Oeflg'te vt inspect, survey. -Ife c inspection, 
survey. — 0e1iftelfed|forret«iM§ survey; survey 
•report, -geblir surveyor's fees. -lømaiiifUm 
board of surveyors e(. inspectors. -««Mb inspec- 
tor, surveyor. — Oefiftige fe Øefigte. 

tOefitt'lbe vt consider; — or ftg (flifte 6inb} 
change one's mind; . ^g poa recollect, call to 
mind, think of. -belfe e reflection; recollection; 
tabe -n lose one's senses el. one's head; Comne 
til . recover one's senses; come to sober r^ec- 
tion; bringe en ti( ~ bring one to his senses. 
-big a considerate, discreet, circumspect, sober; 
cool, -bigleb o discretion, circumspection; cool- 
ness. 

Oefialet a shawled. 

0efliri|e vt animate, -evbe a animating, -img, 
o animation. 

Øen a bitter, acrid, -^eb c bitterne«, acridity. 

Øefla'bige vt (om bsbe Xing) damage, (Semmet 
0. 1.) ii^ure, hurt; (ftærtt, beb ØefCDbning) batter; 
~ et Wonnment deface a monument; -t af Øonb 
sea-damaged. -Ife e damage, injury, hurt; de- 
facement. 

ØefTalfeii a conditioned; 6agen et faalebei . 
the matter stands thus; benne 6ag et anbetlebc« 
. enb man ttoi the case is different from what 
it is supposed to be; ^ootlebe« et bet >t meb bonS 
&aget ? what is the state of his afSEdrs ? SRenneffet 
et faalebe« -t man is so constituted. -|eb o quality, 
condition, description, nature; 6agenS . the 
nature of the case. 

Øeflat'Ite vt tax, assess, lay a tax upon; 
(ffienbe) lay under contribution; be ^sifl -be the 
highest tax-payers, -ning c taxing etc., taxa- 
tion, assessment. -nlttadtMSbe system of taxa- 
tion, -niitgdmliitbiglieb, -«ingdrct power of 
taxation. 

Øefle'be answer, information, (ti( unbetotbnebe) 
directions; g a o 9am ben .. at gave him for 
answer that; g ste . do good work, do one's 
work effectually; gste en . pledge one; fcnbe 
en . send one word, let one know; fige Xj^ 
neten . give the servant his directions e(. orders; 
ieo fagbe ^m (otbentlia) « I told him a bit of my 
niind; t) i be gob . meb be up to; be fom oibe . 
those who know; betom oeb jeg ingen ~ I know 
nothing about it; feg deb ~ I know what is 
what; betom oeb jrg . I know all about it; ieg 
t)eb bebte . I know better; bibe . i et ^ni know 
one's way about a house; ieg beb ingen ^ %n I 
am a stranger here; inbtil bio ete . till further 
orders; * meb « to good purpose, effectually, 
with a vengeance; • bet et ingen - meb ^am he 
has no energy e(. efficiency about him. 

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•^f% c modesty, humility. 

SeffflcT c -e Btnd-hone. 

ØcfR'Ike ot p shite on. -bf a f (ogfaa fig) 
dirty. 

Øeftiflffe vt order, arrange, dispose; (anfatte) 
appoint, commission, (i en anbettS ®trb) substi- 
tute; Jnr serve a notice upon; . fit ^ue set 
one's house in order. -Icifc c appointment; 
notice; + B Siliraiene. -felfedolbite t (private) 
witness to a notice, -«iag c met mixing the 
ores and fluxes. 

8eiR«'«e vt shine upon, irradiate, iUumine. 

Hens' vt shoe. 

Sefhrt'ie vt scrape (an oyster-bank). 

fleffri'lPle vt (oafaa ø«om) describe, (ubfsrligt) 
detaU; (folbe mth 6tnft) flU with writing; itte til 
td . not to be described; jur befCtcDft in writing; 
— -en be a descriptive, -elia a describable. 
•elfe e -t description, account; jur copy: fejlaøtig 
. misdescription; ober a\ . beyond aU expres- 
sion, -elfcégc^^t copying-fees, -er o -e de- 
scriber. 

tfkftak': iMia ^fte . F at haphazard. 

fBtftu'lt vt gaze at, view, contemplate, -elig 
a Tislble, perceptible, -clig^eb c visibility, 
cooflplcuousuess. -^-elfe, -en e viewing, inspec- 
tion, 'tt c -t viewer, beholder. 

■t9tftmp'pt vt swindle, cheat. 

OcAittl'^e vt beat e(. dash against, wash. 

Oefri|'k|e trf fire upon el. into, cannonade, 
batter; . lonøfKbi rake; StiQing ^borfra 9i(nt>en 
tsa -9 lanøfKbi a raking position; fra bette fiott 
laa ^(e ^atmett -4 this fort commands the har- 
bour, -niag c firing etc., cannonade; . langfKbft 
a raking fire. 

9cffi|g'|øe vt shade, overshadow, -øet a shady, 



Qcftef^'e vt for accuse of, charge with, tax 
with, lay to one's charge, -iting c -er accusa- 
tion, charge, imputation (fot of). 

OeffllS'e rt water, wash. 

Ocft^t'le vt protect, guard, defend; (Ihinfler 
0. I. M tron) patronise; . mob Slegnen shelter 
from the rain; . en Seffel protect el. honour a 
bill; — (eflljttenbe a protecting, protective. 
•Ife « protection, defence; patronage; (mobf. 
^li^iBnbel) protection: unbet ftanonetne« . under 
cover of the guns; finbe . find shelter; ISeffelen 
bil finbe ^^ompte . the bill will meet with due 
protection; toge nnber fin . take under one's 
protection, countenance, patronize; foge . mob 
seek shelter (from) 

Oefturtrlfeft I lig^eb protective likeness, -msiib 
protectionist, •mibbel means of protection; 
protective remedy -ret right of protection, 
protectorate, -fmntet the protection system, 
protection, -ts» protective, protectionist el. 
prohibition duty, protection. 

Bt^t'ttt c -e protector; patron; (i Ur) shook 
•protector, -ivbc e -x protectress; patroness. 
••toe patronizing air. -tsne patronizing tone. 

P c i teftlg c vt employ, (ogfoa aanbelig) occupy: 
't seb occupied in, with, busied in, engaged 
in, on, upon, taken up with; -be mig meget meb 
Um occupied myself much with mm. -Ife c 
'X occupation, employment, pursuit; uben . un- 
employed. 

9e|f«ni'»e vt shame, disgrace, dishonour; 
(ftre flamfnib) abash; (gøre til 6Iamme) put to 
uime, bibi ^aabtt -t itU hope maketh not 
aihamed. -Ife e shame, disgrace, dishonour. 
^ibe a shameAil, dlsgrac(9fiil. 
• t*efl«B'fle vt mx bebonrte, begobe. -et a fhd- 

|, died, tipsy, in liquor. 

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9eftir re (-oe, -t, + fom Stctxt/ allot (st to one), 
bestow (st on one). 

©eflie're, -f!ar, -ffaoret vt clip, pare, trim; fig 
curtail, reduce, pare; (©ogb.) cut (the edges of), 
(flærft) crop; (Xxcttx) prune, lop, trim. -%m 



plough, plough -knife, -hilb pruning -knife, 
(9oao.) edge-tool, -ntaflitte cutting machine. 
-Iireøfe cutting press. — Ocflirring c clipping 



etc. 

Oeftirr'«|e vt screen, shelter, shield, protect 
(mob from, against), -elfe o protection, -er e 
-e protector, defender. 

f&tMV c -et bis'cuit. 

9eflaa' vt mount, bind, (inbfatte) case, (inb> 
beiibia) line, (paa Unhen) tip; (et 9ab) hoop; 
(defie) shoe; . meb 6øm stud; ^ (€ei() ftirl, 
ivlof) strap; -et >S^ (meb 9enge) Uned, (meb Sæt« 
bom) well grounded e(. equipped, -fejfiiiø ^ 
gasket. 

Oefla'g n, pi », (ifæt ti( iptt)be(fe) mounting; 
(p. S>0t 0. I.) iron work, butts; (i-^o^m af tttng) 
hoop, (minbte, p. Sto! o. I.) ferrule, (p. ^Jnl) 
tlie; 4f (til 9(oI 0. I.) strap, strapping; (t. 3om* 
fruet) binding; (ttttefl) arrest, sequestration, 
attachment, seizure, (p. Stib) embargo; tægge . 
paa sequester, sequestrate, (ogf. om Sfibe) seize, 

glace et. put under an arrest, (beUsgge m. Sm* 
atgo) lay an embargo on, embargo, .fig (ogf. 
toge { .) take up, engross, engage, claim, oc- 
cupy, monopolize, lay an embargo on: Itegge . 
paa enft ®age arrest one's pay; Isgge fulbt ~ paa 
tax ... to the utmost, t-ea n fe ^otflagen. 
-Isiitiiier shoeing hammer, -løtgge vt seize (o. 
fl. fe obfr); fom fan -« seizable. -Iivggelfe e 
arrest (o. ft. fe obfr ). -liere farriery, -ntefler 
cavalry farrier. -fe|1i»0 f f ^tjiaa*. -fTole far- 
riery school, -ffat horse shoeing shed, -ftienb 
Journeyman fiiriier. 

+»e<lBt': «I - fe -ning. 

8ef(at'|te vt å i resolve, dedde, determine 
(at that, meb 3nf. to, nt st, on el. upon st): t 
■a flutte; . obet el. om decide on; — ©r fig 
come to a resolution, make up one's mind; . 
ftg tit, fe ©eflutte; - fig tit at (ogfaa) make up 
one's mind to. -t paa at determined et. resolved 
to. -ttiag c -et resolution, decision, (faH) deter- 
mination; fatte en -, fe «eflutte fig; tage - om 
decide on; bet et min fafle . at I am determined 
to, have made up my mind to. -alttgAb^gtig 
a : boete . be a quorum. -«i«a«f ri^eb liberty 
of decision, -atogfret right of decision. +-fø«i 
a resolute. 

Oeflirtet a trained. 

Øenivg'te vt ally; = flæate paa. 

Oejlivo'tet a related, akin, allied (meb to), 
kindred: be (Emnet kindred subjects; %tlite(tuten 
Ofi atle betmeb -be Ihinftet architecture and all 
the allied arts; . «Runbatt^ Sqb, Orb cognate 
dialect, sound, word; -ebe 6iæte kindred et. 
congenial souls; — c -ebe relation, relative, 
kinsman, -leb e relationship. 

+©efU'te vt veil. 

tøefmiale vt = ht\mpnt. 

Oefailtt'e vt (fmitte) infect, taint; (befubte) pol- 
lute, defile, contaminate, soil; -be fin iSte soiled 
his nonour. -Ife o pollution, contamination. 

Hefmabfe, Hefatafl'e vt dirty, soil. 

Oefm^f'Ic vt gloss over, colour, put a face 
on, palliate, extenuate. -Ife colouring, pallia- 
tion, extenuation; gloss, colour, -abe a pallia- 
te^, extenuating. 

eéfoiø're vt besmear, smear. -Ife c besmear- 

iefaal'Ie vt talk over et. round. -Ife c talk- 
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Ikfttit'te Pt )t øeftoete 2. 

IMiio'rft a laced, braided. 

Øefmi'fle vt sniff e(. snuffat. -ninø o sniffing 
(at). 

6cftta'r|e vt ensnare, inveigle, entrap, -elfe, 
•fng c ensnaring etc., :inyeiglement. -eit^e a 
ensnaring; fieucinating. 

ØefoU^c vt pay. -itiitg e pay, payment. 

Sefo'iie i>< lie with; fe «eftHmflte. 

flef)ia'v|e rt save, husband, economize, »tnhe 
a economic, -ctfe, -tilø o saving, economy. 



-inodf^flnn saving system. 
tBefliei'ke vt fe nbfoeibe. 
Orf^i'f If vt feed, -itlttg e feeding: .(^Mi) ftre. 



-itittøfinillaU, -niiioff ørenittø , ««iitgdfelflaft 

dinner -distribution establishment d. society. 
-«ingfteglniteitt dietary. 

Oef|»»'ret a spurred. 

9ef^ott'|e vt mock, scoff, deride, sneer at; 
. 0ub blaspheme (God), -eiia a blasphemous. 
•elfe -r mocking etc.; mockery; blasphemy, 
-er e -e blasphemer. 

Ocf^Hitg'e vt cover, leap, (om 9æber prov) 
tup. 

Ilef)nrint|'|e «< sprinkle (over), besprinkle. 
-xhig c sprinkling. 

Oef|»r«)'t|e o< squirt over, beipatter; (tranbe) 
water; (meb ^anbfptøite) syringe, -«ittg e be- 
spattering etc. 

9tip)9' vt bevomlt. 

Oefin^tt'e vt bespit, spit on. 

Oefiiinibe vt (fsonbe fot) put horses to; (om* 
Ttnae) surround, fig beset; -bt af 6otø oppressed 
with grief; -bt af «Rail distended with milk. 

6d$#rge fig or inquire; . fig meb consult. 

fMUita'hitm n Bessarabia. 

9ii\tmtt\m^tnat, -otm Bessemer apparatus 
el. converter. -Iivoceft Bessemer process, bes- 
semerizing. -flaal Bessemer steel. 

9tftMti' vt (tent til) subsist, exist, be in ex- 
istence: (Date) continue, endure, survive; ^nS 
9tetfærbtø^b -r altib his righteousness endureth 
for ever; . a f consist of, be composed of; »for 
en Mjete $tøbe(fe bear a close examination; ~ 
fot jetten stand before the Lord; . i consist 
in; bet Ion iRe . meb it is inconsistent el. in- 
compatible with; «mob hold out against; — 
vt (ub|o(be) sustain, stand, undergo, go through; 
((Stiamtn) pass; . en ^^t>e stand el. meet a test. 
-m e continuance. -CMbe a existing; bet . the 
existing state of things; en Omfhjrtelfe af bet . 
(oaf.) a stibversion of upstanding things. 

9lHla('|Hito e -er commission, patent of office, 
falge fin . sell out (of the army), -ter, •ttt u 
joe duly appointed, accredited\ 

9e|lattb' continuance, durability; (Stob*) 
growth, amount, stock, -bel ingredient, com- 
ponent part eL element, constituent (part); ubøøt 
en . af enters Into the composition of. 

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constant, perpetual; bibl ben fom blioec . inbtil 
(htben he that endureth to the end; 9atometetet 
^aat paa -t the barometer Is at fict fair; — ado 
constantly; fot « for good, (eolø) for ever, -lieb 
c durability; constancy. 

tOeflc'be vt fe 6tebe. t-lfe o situation. 

9tfttm'm\t vt (aføøte; b. oibenffabeliøt, att, ^ 
0. I.; beoaøe) determine; (oeb (Øronifet oø htf) 
define; natmete .. define more closely, qualify; 
(om 6Isbnen) destine; (faftfætte) appoint, settle, 
fix; -t (af 6tobnen) destined, fitted; . flø come 
to a determination; Sooen -t at the law pro- 
vides that; . for e(. ti( intend for, (til et fariiat 
©tuø) set apart for; « (beflutte) flø fot decide 
upon; - fotub (om Sfæbnen) predestine, pre- 
determine; . om e(. ooet determine on; . flø 



til determine el. decide on, make up one' i 
mind to; .. fia til at determine el. decide to; 
-mt til (om 9leife) bound for, ^ -mt til Ublonbet 
foreign bound, -t til ^jemftebet homeward bound; 
Oeøtaoelfen bleo -mt til %nhaa the ftineral was 
arraoged for Friday; — -enbe a determining, 
determinative (fot of); • fot en, conclusive for 
one. -etig a determinable, definable, -elfe e -t 
determination; (oøfoa 6teb) destination; (6tebne) 
destiny: (jSjemeb) purpose; definition; qualiflea- 
tion; appointment; ($o(iti* o. I.) regulation: 
SobenS -t the provisions of the law; bu maa toge 
en « you must come to a decision, make up 
your mind; toae anben . alter one's mind, 
-elfedotttttb motive, -elfedorb definitive word. 
-elfcdHcb (place of) destination. 

tkftemt' (pari fe 9efiemme); a (faflfat) fixed, 
appointed, stated, set, certain; (itFJaotiø) defi- 
nite, precise; (oø inøen anben) particular; (faft, 
ufotanbetliø) peremptory, decided, decisive, posi- 
tive; (om ftotattet) determined, firm; math de- 
terminate; ben -e tlttilel the definite article; . 
$tift fixed el. set price; -e timet stated hours; 
. 6oat positive answer; . %ont decided eL 
peremptory tone; . Vfflaø a flat refhsal; — ado 
definitely; peremptorily, decidedly; positively; 
ieø tøt ine tiøe bet . I won't be positive; I don't- 
know for certain, -l^eb e preiciBion; decision, 
determination; oeb bet meb . know it podttvely. 
— tOe|let»«t = eeflemt (fixed). 

t9e'fH|e e -t beast, brute, -alite't c besttal'lty, 
beastliness. -«'IfT a beastly, bestMal. 

OelH'øle ve (6eft) mount; (Qiætø o. U Txont) 
ascend; . en Vtux scale a wall; . en ^æbiteftol 
go up into a pulpit, -elig a ascendible, acces- 
sible, -eliglyeb c accessibility, -elfe, -MiMg o 
ascending etc., ascent, ascension; scalade, es- 
calade. 

Oefrtr n, pi K, case (of instruments); 4^ ((lt< 
maalet) day's work, (t Vim.) reckoning; teane 
-let do el. calculate the day's work; affatte -Tiet 
prick the ship's position; oate eftet e(. fotub fot 
fit . be astern el. ahead of one's reckoning; 
fiff øste fit . paa reckon upon; øøte aatt . reckon 
without one's host, be out in one^s reckoning 
el. calculations, -(rebbe latitude by dead 
reckoning, -lolb day's work; reckoning. 

Be^flle vt stick; (brobete) embroider; (unber* 
løbe) bribe, corrupt, F tip, fig gain over, cap- 
tivate; — -enbe a, >!a prepossessing, engaging, 
seductive, -elig a corruptible, venal, -ettgleb 
a corruptibility, venality, -elfedførf^g attempt 
at bribery, -elfføf^ftem system of corruption. 

fklHf' lUlaf ^ chart-house, -opm traverse 
table, -tegttivg reckoning, -febbel report on 
the ship's reckoning at noon, -tabeller traverse 
table. 

8efHll'|e vt (ubføte) do; gobe ubfote, fottonøe) 
bespeak, order, engage, (t. 9ti. en fitfii p. en 
Kafé) bespeak; . $labfec, Qatelfet take el. secure 
places, apartments; jeø bot -It bam til ftl. 8 I 
have appointed him to come ei. to meet me, 
at eight; bat nt at - has something to do, is 
engaged; bat meaet at . has a great deal to do, 
a great deal on his hands; ^t øobt at « has 
plentv to do; ^oab ^i !^ |et at •? what busi- 
ness have you here? ^be at . meb have to do 
with, have dealings with; bet bat Hbet meb Soøen 
at .. that is little to the purpose: t)il iRe ^oe 
nt at « meb will have nothing to say to ; ban 
flal faa meb miø at . I shall give it him; •► bet 
et flet -It meb bonft «Saøet he is but ill off, in a 
poor way; bet et fnatt -It meb bam it will soon 
be over with him. -iM c -et (f^ttetninø) busi- 
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commission {i^a fot); (dmhtt't) place, office; efter 
. to order, -ivgfminik functionary, employee. 

9€^n'ntt o Btarred, star-bespangled. 

9tfi\æ'U vt en for nt steal st fh>m one, rob 
one of St: jeg er 61et)en htft\aaltn for Senge I baye 
bad money stolen; ben beftjaalne the robbed 
puty. 

9€^9t*mt vt storm, assault; fio assail, impor- 
tune. -Ife storming, assault; importunity. 

9cfhrMl|e vt irradiate, illumine, -ittg irradia- 
tion. 

9r1lreiig'|e n string, -«iiiø e stringing. 

Uttri'^e vt (Mampt) combat, fio contest, im- 
pogn, dispute, deny; (ubfsre) do, perform, carry 
on, manage; (t9ftofhttnger) bear, defhiy. -(fe e 
combating etc.; management; expense. 

Bdhrf'gle rt coat, spread over, daub over; - 
net Ønnmi gum; (^ife) graze; lotteriet (effrøg 
%a\fn the battery raked el. commanded the 
valley; . tneb Wagneten touch with the load- 
stone, -«{«g e coating etc. 

Oefhr«'^ fig vr strive, endeavour, labour, 
study (for ot to). -Ife o -r endeavour, effort, 
exertion, aim. 

9e|hr«' vt bestrew, strew, (meb minbre l^artifler) 
besprinkle, sprinkle, powder; . meb ®anb, tPub> 
ber sand, powder, -elfe e bestrewing etc. 

OetM'Ule vt stow, -ttixg c stowing. -ttltto9> 
rcglrmewt stowing eL stowage regulations. 

9efnil'|teoe mount, arm. -ttivg o armament. 

*9tftit't n, pi =, ado, trouble; avocation. 

8ct9're re (fterfTe otier) rule; (Jlorretning o. I.) 
manage, conduct, direct; (Qhnbebe) fill, admln- 
i^er, perform the duties of; -nbe 9leber manag- 
ing owner. -Ife e rule, management, direction, 
administration; eoner (Selffabd) managers, board 
of directors, governing body, committee; melbte 
srig nb of -n resigned my seat on the committee. 

8ct9'telfef|tteii department, -fomité manag- 
ing committee, -meblnit director, «nt^e meet- 
ing of directors, -raab board of directors. -t»«lø 
election of directors. — • OeftlfveT e -e (i «Int.) 
manager; director; (af ©fole; head-master, prin- 
cipal; (of »0) trustee (to an estate), ^éfti^ttt' 
hi^ e -r directress, manager; schoolmistress. 

©ftllTfe re (bffroefte) confirm, corroborate, 
bear out; - en i confirm one in; t » -ftljrfe. -Ife 
r confirmation, corroboration, strengthening; 
til . of in corroboration of. 

9efn|rf |e vt amaze, disconcert, startle, dis- 
may, -elfe c consternation, amazement, dis- 
may, -ff. He* a amazed (etc. fe otrfr.). 

9f1hnit'ieoe besprinkle, sprinkle, -elfe, -King 
c sprinkling. 

9r1to'kf fil rough file, rubber. 

tUet^'lPCt a = ftsbet; - meb powdered with. 

fk1t«ii'!et a booted, in boots; ben -be ftat puss 
In boots. 

9f1l«'tmittg c tr pollination, fecundation. 

8ef«b I(e r< sully, soil, befoul, defile. -Ilttg e 
sullying etc. 

OffHtfvg're vt get with child, impregnate. 
-Ife e getting etc, impregnation. 

Øeftm're vt answer, replv to; (beb at gøre bet 
fimime, f. 9t%. ^Iben, en Ailfen, €alut, 3nbite) re- 
turn (the fire, a bow, salute, lead); (løfe) solve. 
•Ife e -r answer, reply; solution; (beftwret Opgaoe) 
theme, paper. 

ftefni'ge vt (for) defraud (of), cheat (of, out 
of). •Iff c 't defrauding, fhiud. 

Ocfurwe vi swoon, faint, fall into a swoon, 
be taken fiEdnt. -Ife c -r swoon, fainting fit. 

9tf\f0'§tlt [aa] rt ally by marriage; . fig ally 
oQe'8 self by m., become related by marriage 
^^^ to;; ;jeg er -t meb ^m we are related by 



marriage, -elfe, -{«g c connection, alliance by 
marriage. 

9eft»<r'r n trouble, inconvenience; gøre en . 
trouble, inconvenience one; bore el. folbe en til 

- be burdensome to one. 8eft»<rre vt (bettjnge) 
oppress; (ulejlioe) trouble, irive trouble; (plage) 
molest, vex; (^tnbre, gøre befborrlig) obstruct; bet 
-r Viatttn it lies heavy upon the stomach; bibl 
lommer ^b til mtg aQe fom orbeibe oa ere -be come 
unto me all ye that labour and are heavy 
laden; — rr fig meb trouble one's self with; - 
fig ober complain of. 

Oeftiivrg'le vt (Vanber) oon'jure, (bortmane) ex- 
orcise, lay: (bebe) cotju're, adjure, beseech; - 
Stormen lay the tempest, -elfe c coi\j uring, 
exorcism, incantation. -elfeffømtnUr (formula 
of) exorcism el. incantation, -er o -e coi^urer, 
exorcist. 

8eft»a'r|lttg c -er complaint, grievance, -lig 
a troublesome: (bljrbefulS) burdensome; (møifom* 
mdig) laborious, toilsome; bon ^r en . Ubtale 
be has a difBcult pronunciation; falbe . ■■ f. til 
©eftwpr; — t adv with difficulty. -Ilggtre vt 
Impede. •Hfleb e -er trouble, inconvenience; 
dlfflculty; toll, hardship; meb - with difficulty; 
tnberbommen« -er the inconveniences of old age. 

Hefli' vt sew. stitch. 

Oefl^tt'bcrlia a strange, curious, singular, odd, 
queer; (t ■■ foeregen); -t no! strange to say; — 
(Mdv strangely etc.; (t «= if«r). -^eb c -er parti- 
cularity, singularity, oddity; (t i - ■• i ©ær» 
bele<beb). 

Oefimg'f vt sing, celebrate in song. 

Oefv'ti c A n -er: faa fin . inbført, gibe ffai - 
meb (i Sagrt) put in a word or two, put in one's 
(feeble) oars, say also one's say. 

Mat n: i « beset by the ice. 

9tittt'niu^ e er (bet at b.) trimming; concr 
(Befianb) stock, (af ftborg) live stock; (Daa ftaabe 
0. I.) trimming; (i 6prsng^l) tamping; (i 2aai) 
garnishment, guards, wards; mu garrison; 4/ 
(9){anbftab) crew, (paa Zamp) pointing; Icegge « i 
garrison; ^r for ftor - 4^ is over-manned; ^ 
for liben . is short-handed; ^le -en omfommen, 
rebbet all hands lost, saved. — fkf(rtit<«g9l(Mtib 
braid, lace, ribbon (for trimming), -fomfni 
trimming-hand, -ret right of garrisoning. 

Oefirt'te vt (8anb, gæfhiing) occupy; (*Iab«, 
9{olIe) fill (up); fubfhjre, bbnte) trim; « StoQeme 
cast the characters el. parts; . et 6fib man a 
ship; ^ . en (htbe point a rope; « en ^if^ebam 
stock a pond; . et jlort stake money upon a 
card; .meb (t 9llm.) put st on, set with; . 
meb ftanoner mount with cannon; . et ^ufi meb 
9agt station a watch in a house; . meb -erler 
set with pearls; . meb «ulb« el. eølofnore lace; 
. meb 9tt)nfer fHnge; . ^nS $lab« meb en anben 
replace him with another; aOe ftani Ximn ere 
befatte all his hours are tåken up; fe 9efat a. 
•Ife c occupation; (af en tianb) possession; . of 
et dhnbebe appointment el. nomination to an 
office. -Ifcdtonr occupying army. -lfe»ret ad- 
vowpon. 

9ef0'0 n, pi ss, visit, call; (om Xeater, Zorb 
0. I.) attendance; baarligt . a poor attendance; 
aflcegge en et . pay one a visit, (lort) call on 
one; et . boS, t, paa a visit to; i el. paa . bo« 
on a visit to; oar tommen i . til ^erregatrben 
had come to visit at the manor; feg er tun paa 
. ber I am only visiting here; gøre en et ubentft 

- drop in upon one; et talrigt . a large attend- 
ance. — 9ef00|e vt visit, come el. go to see, 
call upon el. on, give a call; (et Steb ofte) fre- 
quent, (offentligt Steb) resort to, (groreletSninger 
0. I.) attend; . paanb revisit; Zeatret bar aobt 
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Virgin; forti bu iffe fenbte bin -« lib because 
thou knewest not the time of thy visitation. 
•enke c, |j/ =, -er c -f visitor; caller. 

9ef«T'ge vt take charge of, look after, (fom 
SteOemmanb) arrange, negotiate; (fenbt) forward; 

- nt fliort see st done. -Ife e charge, care. 
Oct c 'tt bast; gøre . bast; (libe . be basted, 

(i Xrefort) looed; fig fætte en -et nonplus, pose, 
one. 
Øeta'gle vt (om en R»TeTfe) seize, come over; 

- en nt deprive cl. bereave one of st; - en £t){ten 
til disincline one from: . en SlDbet dishearten, 
discourage one; . en Sloelet strike one dumb; 
. en en Xro disabuse one of an Impression; 
persuade one to the contrary; . en ffani ZtHttI 
remove one's doubts; - en Ubflgten obstruct 
one's view; fio ^ tn Ubflgten HI take away el. 
destroy one's chance of; .. en 9e|ret take away 
one's breath; « en ^n« Silbfatelfe undeceive 
one. -ett a overwhelmed, overcome faf with), 
excited; . of Ihilbf benumbed with cold, •m* 
tlt^. -rtlyeb e rapture, transport. 

Oetat'fe fig or beg to be excused, decline 
with thanks; jeg -r mig I'll none of it. 

Oeta'IJe vt pay; . en iBetfel pay el. answer a 
bill; % bajt fetch high prices; bet f!al $)t tomme 
ti( at ~ you shall pay for this, I will be even 
with you yet; - en lige for tige pay one in his 
own coin, + give one tit for tat; . for fig pay 
one's way; ti ftan ftal . ^oei efter f^ni Øeminger 
who will render to every man according to his 
deeds; . meb ®ulb pay in gold; bet Ian iffe -i 
mrb $enge it is invaluable, worth any money; 
. onbt meb gobt return good for evil; . fig pay; 
-It paid, (unbet Øiegning) settled, (paa ^ret)) 
prepaid; gøre fig -It repay one's self, reimburse 
one^B self; tage fig gobt -It charge a good price. 
•*«r, -ellg a payable, -er c -e, -erffe c -r payer. 
•iiig c (Aanbl.) paying; (ogfaa coner) payment; 
(£øn, @o!b) pay; tage « fot charge for; ftonbfe 
fine -er suspend payment. 

Oeta'IiiigØj bag pay-day. -f rifl respite, -mikbel, 
looligt . legal tender, circulating medium, -riaae 
pi ring-money. -floU voluntary school, -ftaitkø' 
nittg suspension of payment, -tcmiiii Instal- 
ment, -nb time of payment. •Ulllaar pi terms 
el. conditions of payment. 

•©rte fi fe ©eite. 

t©fte', Oetee' vt show; - fig behave one's 
self, bibl show one's self 

Oeteg'lne vt (mærfe) mark; (uhptat) point out, 
designate, indicate, characterize; (gore Xegn ti() 
indicate, signify; (beflriw) describe; (bettjbe) ex- 
press, denote, signify, represent. -neHg o de- 
scribable. -«ettkc a significant, suggestive: . 
for characteristic el. significant of. -ttetfe, -mag 
c r marking etc., dedgnation, indication; de- 
scription, -itiitgfmaabe mode of designation. 

©etel c, -^eier betel. Piper betel. -iMbtr« 
betel-nut tree, areca palm. 

*8etc9marf o pasture, pasture-land. 

Oetla'niett n Beth'any. 

ectlelfVi» fi beth'el-ship. 

etttiti'ha ^am the Pool of Bethesda. 

9etib9' adv betimes, in good time. 

Oetfmelig a timely, seasonable, well-timed, 
opportune; — ado in good time, opportunely, 
•tek timeliness, seasonableness. 

Octfng'lc vt (aftale) contract for, bargain for, 
condition, stipulate, (leie) hire, engage; (»cere en 
-elfe for) be the condition of, . nt af make st 
conditional upon; er -t af, -S af is contingent 
upon; - ^øje ^rifer fetch high prices; - fig 
stipulate for el. that; — betingenbea condi 
tlonal; — betinget a (begranfet) qualified; 



ffram . Waaoe conditional mood, -elfe e r 
condition, stipulation, proviso, qualification; 
pi terms; (^orbring) requirement, requisite; ^ 
et. opft)lber aOe -r for has el. fulfills all the re- 
quirements of; paa bm . at ^an on condition, 
with a proviso, that he, conditionally upon his 
-ing: uben -r unconditionally, -eifedfirhiiag 
conditional proposition. -elfc#ii(9 a conditional; 
adv conditionally. 

Oetit'lle vt (talbe) title, entitle, style, intitule. 
+ betitle. -let a (fom ^r en Xitel) titled. 

9et|e'|tte [æ] vt serve; . en ftanon work el. 
serve a gun; . Sletten administer Justice; ^r«^ 
-r be fQge the priest administers the sacrament 
to the sick; — or . fig af make use of, employ, 
-nittg e -er service, working: (Opoartning) attend- 
ance; (©efiiDing) office, charge, employment 
-ttt' c -e (Xiener) servant, domestic, attendant; 
(BefHOinadmanb) officer, functionary, employe, 
F ($oIttt-) policeman. 

Oetic of A t beg (om for); ask alms. 

Oetler e -e beggar (-man, -woman, -child), 
mendicant, -i' n begging, beggary, mendi- 
cancy, -tttttttf begging friar, mendicant. -|pige 
beggar-maid. Oetlerfre c -r beggar-woman. 

Oeton' [fr.] c concrete, beton, -artefbe con- 
crete masonry. 

Oeto'lne vt accent, accentuate; fiff ttnphasize, 
lay stress on; -t Stabelfe tonic syllable, -tttsg 
c accentuation, emphasis 

Oeto'nie c -r bet'ony, Betoniea. 

Oetragt'le vt look at, gaze at, eye, scan 
survey, (ogfaa fio) view, regard, (meft /ki) oon 
template; . fom look upon, regard, take, as. 
consider, esteem. ■^•eHg « considerable, -et < 
-e regarder. beholder, looker-on, contemplator. 
•ttittg e -tt looking at etc.; consideration, oon 
templaUon, (tanlenbe) reflection, meditation; 
(©emærfning) comment; anftiHe -er ober reflect el. 
meditate on; i . af in consideration el. view 
of, considering; tage i . take into oonsideTatlon; 
labe el. fstte ub af . leave out of consideration, 
set on one side; lomme i . be taken into con 
sideration, considered, remembered, enter- 
tained; itte !omme i . be disregarded; bet fommer 
minbre i . this is a secondary consideration, 
-ttittgøniaabe view 

Octts' vt en nt (iBaretcegt, ^oetb) confide st 
to one, commit st to one s charge, give st In 
charge to, (ogfaa om ftrebit) trust one with st; 
. en at tell one in confidence that; -r fig til 
mig måkes me his confidant, takes me into his 
counsel el. confidence -elfe c confiding etc. 
-et a (om $erfon) trusted, confidential; . 0ob? 
deposit, trust; . ©tilling position of trust. 

éetrlyg'ae vt secure. -Ife c securing; security, 
-ttbe a sufficient, satis&ctory. 

8etri)I' n distress, strait, pinch. 

Øetrot'be vt tread on, set foot on, (ttcbe tnb 
i) enter, fiff (©ane o. I.) enter upon; t jur catch: 
. ^rsbifeflolen mount the pulpit; . 6cenen tread 
the stage. -Ife c treading etc. 

eetrøff'c (ub. dmp.) of, -nbe præp fe Vngaa. 

etttaV n, pi =, (i Wm.) cover; (p. «ægge) 
tapestry, hangings, (af^apit) (print-)paper; wnu 
set of strings; ^cftebaarft « (paa Stole) hair seat- 
ing, -fe rf cover, tapestry; paper; -trutten ^im 
mel cloudy sky, sky overca«5t with clouds; -trutne 
mere the drawee. -IdTtreb sarplier. -mfiig c 
covering etc. -papir paper-hangings. 

OetriTttgt'a distressed, oppressed, hard pressed, 
in strait««. 

Oettelftap: bringe en til -en reduce one to 
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conftised etc. 

ftetnimf'le «< (ttsbnttrinflf) subdue, conquer; 
(^(bc i Xsmnie) repress, check, curb, control; 
. fiø control one's self, -etig a controllable. 
-dfe c subduing etc., subjugation, repression. 
-cr c -e subduer. 

fkt^iU'U [• -lie] vt doubt. 

ØetH'^le V« (fiouc eett)biiing af; i bemte 93et. mp 
•gf. betsb) slgniry, mean, Import, denote; (give 
•t fscftoa) glTO to understand, slguify, intimate; 
1Mb ^ol bet .? what is the meaning of that? 
%K meget at . is of great consequence; ^ar meget 
at . ^ has great interest with; ^r noget at . 
ifl of some consequence, goes for something; 
|tt Hbet at . is of little c, does not tell for 
much; kox intet at . is of no c, does not signify, 
goes Ibr nothing, (gør ingenting) Is no matter, 
•r ilte noget gobt is a bad omen, bodes ill; 
■sget fom ftulbe • en ^ofo^ an apology for a 
breakfast, -ellg a considerable; en « SRanb a 
man of mark, remarkable man; blanbt be -fte 
Scrtec among the works of chief mark; — adv 
eonsideiably. -e(ig|eb e importance, greatness. 
-cffe r, -»--enbe n, slg^ying, intimation. -t-Cttbe 
c important, of consequence, -emlpeb o signi- 
fkmnc-e, consequence, import, moment, con- 
sideration; inlet af . nothing particular, nothing 
of any consequence, «itliig e er meaning, signi- 
fication, sense, (antagen . af et Orb) acceptation; 
J^ import, bearings, significance, importance; 
fe øetqbenpeb: i onb « in a bad sense, i en biS ~ 
in A sense; i bibere . by extension; t . af in 
the sense of; Utgge en onb • t put a bad oon- 
stmetion on. 

Oct^'taimtilfMlb a significant, important, full 
of Import, meaningful; et -t i61il a meaning el. 
significant look. -l«d a insignificant, unimpor- 
tant. -I#i|eb insignificance, unimportance. 

9et^u§'t tt {ant tung) make heavy; (beborbe) 
burden, load; (befboece) weigh down; -t af 6sbn 
heavy with sleep; ftattt -t af heavily laden with. 
•Ife « burdening etc.; burden, weight. 

Oetonfbe vt inflame. -Ifc c -i inflammation; 
(i Zømmei) dry rot, foxey. -Ifeffeter inflamma- 
toTT fever. 

9ttmut"€ vt consider, think of, reflect on, bear 
in mind; « en remember one. . en meb nt be- 
stow St upon one; gioe en at . leave to one's 
consideration, put it to one to consider; noar 
in tet • r b^ on second thoughts; — »r . fig 
(fnftt 6inb) change one's mind, think better of 
it; . fjg poa think (twice) of, consider (meb el. 
lien of), hesitate about; . fig tKia at hesitate to; 
bet bar t»el -t af ^m at he was well advised to; 
iibe -t ill-judged, -eltg a (om Xing) critical, se- 
rious, problematical, unsafe, precarious, (ogf. 
•n $ecfon> doubtful; ^n blrb .. berbeb el. bet 
giftbe bom . it made him hesitate, waver, -elig* 
beb c (^erfonS) scruple, hesitation, doubt, uncer- 
tainty, misgiving; (6agS) difficulty, seriousness, 
doalMAilness; Qtre -er express one's doubts; ^be 
. bcb at gfte nt hesitate, stop, before doing st; 
Cogen ^ ben . there is this difficulty about it, 
what makes one hesitate about it Is. +Hn c 
considering, hesitation, -niiig o -er hesitation, 
scruple; rfagfonbig Srflsring) opinion; (^nbberet* 
sing) report; ftaa t .. hesitate; gwre ftjg . ober rl. 
we>, tage i . at hesitate, scruple, to; ieg taget ilte 
i . at enlsre I have no hesitation in declaring; 
btbbcBte en# . apply to one for advice; afgioe fin 
. ooer pais el. give one's Judgment on; uben ~ 
nnbesiutingly -«ittgøfrift respite, -ningdtlb 
Ume for considering, for reflection, •fom a 
drcumspect, judicious, dlscrt^et; (benfbnifulb) 
thoughtful, considerate, »fom^eb c circumspec- 



tion, fbrecast, considerateness. -t a (part fe tte> 
tante): bore • paa intend, contemplate; jeg maa 
bcere ~ paa at I must be prepared to. 

eetoii'biag o buoyage. 

9e«tt'blre vt admire, «ret e -e admirer, -ring 
admiration. -f-ringi^fxCb a flill of admiration. 
•rittgdbivrbig a admirable; — adv (t) admirably, 
to admiration. 

tOebaa'ge tt watch over, guard. 

9ebaa'gem a graciously el. favourably disposed 
towards. -Ipeb e favour, good graces. 

8eba« bret a (i) well versed, practised, skilled, 
travelled (in;, conversant, famiUar(with). -l^b 
Ocbaabrittg o practice (in), familiarity (with), 
experience (of). 

tOebttttt' a familiar. 

tOeba'r n keeping. 

Oeba'rle vt keep, preserve; 0ub ~ ftonaen ! God 
save the king! Sotberre . mig! God forbid! 0ub 
-S! of course, most certainlv; -et (i Oe^oib) 
preserved, extant, bære -t (ogf.) remain; -ittg e 
keeping. -i«g««ibbel preservative, -ittgfffinaer 
«X, whelps. 

9ebeiibt' a : bet et flet . meb ^m he is in a 
bad case; bet er ifte floct ~ meb ^anfi ftunbffaber 
his knowledge is not much to boast of, f no 
great shakes, not up to much. 

Øebib'xe vt tesUfy, affirm (begge m. el. ub. to), 
certify, attest, witness, bear witness to, (for fRetten 
ogf.) depose to; (ubtale) express; . ^m min iCSc 
bsbtg^eb pay d. present my respects to him. 
-Ife -r attestation; expresbion. 

8ebibfl' a ixere fig nt . be conscious of st; bæie 
fig felb . be in a state of consciousness; (faa bibt) 
mtg . as fiu' as I know; itfe mtg . not that I 
know of; bet -e Qteb the letter in question. -Ipcb 
consciousness; mind; tabe -en lose consciousness 
el. one's senses; become senseless; brinae en til 
. restore one to consdousuess; tomme ttl . igen 
recover one's senses; be^olbt en til bet ftbfte was 
sensible to the last; i en om conscious of: bet 
et gaaet ober i ben alminbelige . it is popularly 
believed. -Ud a unconscious, senseless, insen- 
sible. -U9l|Cb e unconsciousness, insensibility. 

Oebit'Ce cr enwrap, wind about. 

9ebil'|ge vt grant, concede, vote; ben -nbe 
Wbnbig^b F those who have the power of the 
purse, -ling e -er (til ^anbel o. I.) license; (XU< 
labelfe) permission, concession; (tfsr af $enge) 
grant, pari vote; tage . fom 83ilfetrammer take 
out a pedlar's license; uben . unlicensed. -Hngd« 
ret right to grant snpplies. 

-»-Oebitt'be vt wind about. 

Oebittg'c vt fig wing, give wings to. -t a (ogf. 
M) winged. 

Venir'fe tt efiiect, work, bring about. 

Oebi'd n -er proof, evidence (baa, for of); (-grunb) 
argument; (-foreife) demonstration; (SRobtagelfrd*) 
receipt, acquittance; (9ltteft) certificate; til « baa 
in proof of; et .. boa bet mobfatte a proof of el. 
to the contrarv; et . paa at a proof that; ber et 
intet . for at there is nothing to show that; bleb 
•et ftblbig for at fidled to prove that; f »re .. for 
demonstrate, -bi^rbe onus probandi, burden of 
proof, onus of proof. 8ebif|e vt prove, demon- 
strate, make good, show; bet et -t at (ogf.) it is 
in evidence that; . en en £irnefle do el. render 
one a service. .. en 9Sre do one honour, confer 
honour upon one; . fin $aaftanb establish one's 
case; . at ^n et en 9ebraget (ogf.) prove him an 
impostor; — -en be o convincing, conclusive. 
-f^Cff e (line of) argumentation, demonstration. 
-grunb argument, -traft demonstrative power. 
•h-traftig fe -enbe. -(e)(ia a demonstrable, capable 
of being proved, erideut. -liggere vt prove. 
•Ugl)Cb c demonstrableness; -et proofs, vouchers. 



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-nibbel evidence, means of proof, -moake mode 
of arguing, manner of demonstration, t-aittfi 
c -et proof, -fteb passage alleged in proof. -te»ri 
theory of evidence. 

Oevoflt |e vt watch, guard, -er c -e, »erffc c 
-r guard, keeper, custodian, -elfe c, -iting c 
watch, guard, custody; unftet ftreng -ning in close 
custody. 

8et»oId'|et a covered, (til 6!abe) overgrown, 
overrun, -itittfl c -er plantation, stock of trees. 

eebft'injc vt arm. -et a armed; -ebe • pi 
armed men. -inø o arming, armament; (Slufl' 
nina) armour, accoutrements. 

flfebft'øleotmove, stir; (focmaa) induce, prompt; 
. ^ib og bib agitate, ~ til %aaxn move to tears; 
^n lob fig ittt - he was not to be moved, re- 
mained inflexible; — vr fig move (om fin flUt 
on its axis, om ®oIen round the sun), mech 
travel, work, (tnoucrc fig) take exercise; — be» 
bægenbe a moving, motory; — bebaget a 
moved, affected; . Xib stirring period el. time(s). 
•t-aarf«o fe grunb. -e(ig a movable, (meft Jio) 
mobile; + moving, pathetic; let * impressible, 
susceptible, excitable, -eligfyeb o movableness, 
mobility, -elfe c -r movement, motion; (^»ce) 
stir; (STlotion) exercise; (SinbS') agitation, emo- 
tion, excitement; fatte t . put in motion, set 
going; fætte ^immel og 3o>c^ i ~ move heaven 
and earth, leave no stone unturned; fætte flg i 
. fio take action; gøre fig . take exercise; ben 
aatli^e . the annual i>eiiod; $(anteme fiatt Sib 
men tfte .. plants have life but not locomotion; 
tocere i beftanbig . be in constant motion el. al- 
ways on the move; forend -r the movements 
of the army. 

9et»<V'gcIfed!«Ide axis of rotation. -et»ttc power 
of movement, locomotion, -tvaft moving force 
el. power, motive force el. power, motor, -late 
dynamics, -h-tttanb progressist, -mættgbe mo- 
mentum, -neme motor nerve, -^arti party of 
movement, -rebflat organ of locomotion. 

Oet»ft gløtttiib motive, inducement, -traft fe 
9)ettægeljee>. -ftattg (Sampm.) main connecting 
rod. 

Øeniert'l e vt entertain, treat, regale, -tting c 
-et entertainment; b. f. f. -nittg^Tteb place of 
entertainment, refreshment room(8), tavern, pu- 
blic house. 

Øesoa'r n be'zoar. -geb b. el. mountain goat, 
Cktpra <Mffaøru$. -fteit b. stone. 

28cintgHe vt frighten, alarm, distress. -Ife o 
anxiety. 

ØCft're vt honour. 

9i c -er bee; lægge -ec til rear bees. 

8i adv. ftaa en . assist one; stand bv one; 
^1, fulb og - full and by; Ugge - lie to, lie by, 
for Xaflel og Xoo lie a-huU; lægge . lay to, bring 
to. -aarfag subordinate cause, -arbejbe by-work, 
byjob, parergon. 

want c bee-culture, apiculture, bee-keeping. 
-er c -e bee-holder, -master, -keeper. 

9i I begreb implied notion, secondary notion. 
-be|oIb n retention: meb . af retaining, •belpol'ke 
vt keep, retain, -peborbelje c retention. 

mux c -bier Bible, -bttb tract-distributor. 
•fa ft a well versed in the Scriptures; « 9)lanb 
textualist, textuary. -fafM|eb knowledge of the 
Scriptures, -fortitb Bible prohibition, -fortølt 
«ing biblical interpretation, sacred hermeneutics. 
-lyifitorie bibUcal history, Bible stories. Scripture 
history. -I)tifar joe textualist. •ttinut Serip- 
turists. -livrb fe -faft. -lædnittg reading of the 
Bible; ^olbe . give instruction in the Bible. 
-orb scripttual word, -»tierfættelfe translation 
of the Bible; bor . the authorized version, -fel« 
ff«ft Bible Society, -ft a biblical, scriptural, 



scripture, -f^nrog text, scriptural sentence, -tcb 
passage from the Bible, scripture passage. -fHerf 
fe -foft. -teologi biblical theology. -uH^Uic 
edition of the Bible, «ttbtrlit scriptural ex- 
pression. -o«rf Bible with notes, polyglot Bible. 

Oibcmierhtiitg c iucidental remark. 

Siber n a kind of duffel. 

eibemeCte c bumet, Poterium »anouiwrba. 

8i|beffftftigelfe secondary occupation, -fee- 
ftanbbel secondary element, -bet^btting sub 
-audition, connotation, by-meaning; ^oe ~ af 
connote. 

9ib(io|fl'I c -et bibOiophile. bibliophil'isi. 
-gra'f c -er bibliographer, -grafi' c bibliog'raphy. 
-man e -et biblioma'niac. -mani' c biblioma'nia. 
•tt't n -er library, -teta'r c -et' librarian. -tef«r* 
poft librarianship. -tcfdodii^ciit assistant libra- 
rian, clerk of the library. 'UHfUmptl stajup. 
-tcldftige book-ladder. 

8iboa beekeeper's manual. 

Oi'bnnge «< en en f^oteftiOtng give one an idea, 
convey an idea to one; . en en Stening impress 
one with an opinion; . en et 6Iaq deal one a 
blow; . en et @aat inflict a wound upon one; 
. en ®ift give one poison; (læte) instil into, im- 
part to, imbue with, indoctrinate with el. in. 
-Ife c giving etc. 

ei|bl)giti«0 annexed building, -bivgev ^ oa- 
lycle. 

etcelle cell of a honeycomb, alveolus. 

Oic^t'te c -r bi'cycle. 

Oib n, 2)2», bite; (iSa) edge; (p. «ibfel, Oor) 
bit; faa ~ get a rise. IHb' e -(b)et bit, morsel. 
8ibe, beb, bibt vt k % bite; (om Shtio o. I.) cat; 
(om gifT, fe . pan); (bræbe) kill; ^ ^t ^oerfen 
ot . el. btænbe he is starving, as poor as a church 
mouse; . ab en, - en af snub one, snap one up 
short; . efter snap at; « fra fig hold one's own; 
. i bite; beb mig i ^ngetrn bit my finger; beb fig 
i fiæbetne bit his lips; . fig faft i nt seize st with 
the teeth, fio seize hold of; . t ftg swallow, bite 
In; - i bet fure tSble swallow a bitter pill; ^ i 
(ØræSfet bite the dust; . ooet bite in two; ^pad 
(fttogen) swallow et. take the bait, rise (to the 
bait); ^an faac itte mig til at . i^aa he won't gel 
a rise out of me; ^ )^^a Xungen bite the tongue; 
gao $am nt cA . paa gave him a bone to pick; 
intet -t i^aa bam he is proof against anything, 
thick-skinned; .. Xænbetne fammeu set one's 
teeth (hard), clench the teeth; — btbe« bite 
each other; $an et ilte gob at -ft meb he is an 
ugly customer; -ft om nt have a fight el. tussle 
for St; — bibenbe a (ogf. figt biting, cutting, 
Uio) caustic; en ^ folb tBinb a nipping wind; brt 
et en . ftulbe it is bitterly cold. 8ibem««b mouth 
armed with jaws. Oiben c biting pain, sman. 
8iberl)bo6 a snappish, crabbed. 

Oibeoittb adv close-hauled, by the wind, on 
a wind, -er c vessel sailing on a wind. — 9ibf* 
binbdlfejlabd: t . when sailing on a wind, 
-feiler fe -et; so Portuguese man of war, physalia. 

Siblpoa» a very keen, sharp; fi^ fe Oibcr^ft. 

Oi'brag n, pi =*, contribution, addition, share, 
(tegnet) subscription; lepete . til (£ibf!tift o. 1.) 
contribute to. 9ibrage vt & i (ogf. fig) con- 
tribute; fig be conducive to. Instrumental in. — 
HibragftJiiUgtig a bound to contribute. -(•)l|btr, 
-lybcnbe contributor; subscriber. 

9i'bronnitig queen bee. 

Hibfel n -flet (SRunbbib) bit, (tøjle) bridle; 
lægge . paa, tage -flet af bridle, unbridle (a horse), 
•ftaag branch (of a bit). 'Pant a used to the 
bridle. 

Oibfl a snappish, -fjeb c snappishness. 

tetbfYen -et morsel. 

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t9i^ftnMP> Bedlam. Oik|lr»^9fmkibat bed- 
lamite. 

Øi^tMig e entting-nippera. 

flib#r baok-door. 

9ic W Btay, wait, tarry (taa, efter for); |eø ^ 
kcct at . I can wait; -enbe SDtant foar 9ør every- 
tl&ing comee to him that waits; — t f^ bide. 

OicfoMlaii c Beoondary el. additional qoalifl- 
cation. 

Oijclrr fe abler, -efffev bee&nder, apiarian. 

OieU fe Stfløb. 

Oini e waiting. 

Oiev [t.J : eenft . all one. Himlet (alehouse) 
fiddler -M«e cock. 

fHerlHem n extra source of profit. 

W c. fe »sf. 

Øifatt M approbation, approval, applause; 
(lliriø^) assent; f!<rnle fit « approve of, give in 
one's adhesion to; finbe alminbeligt . meet with 
general approbation. OifaUe vt approve (of), 
aiisent .el. subscribe to; t (en) agree with, -enb e 
« approving: fe 9ifalb^. 

Oifattålabrrife address of approval. 'tl9p 
plaudits f>i. -maaUeii hum el. murmur of appro- 
bation, -^f nod of approval, -ark word of 
approbation, -raaii applause, acclamation, -falne 
round of applause, -flofii roar of applause. 
-^trisg bravo, cheer, -ec applause, -oonrbig a 
worthy of approval. 

Qijfiig secondary branch (of knowledge), -fiøxr 
subordinate figure, accessory, -flab tributary, 
aflluent: •# . sub-affluent. 

IHfall n population of bees. 

9ii farket additional advantage, -fami by 
-form, -fanaaat by-end. secondary object, -for- 
tctmtag by-buslness. -fortieiiefle extra profit. 

mmt fe »sffteg. 

9it9r n secondary light. 

9i§aarb e bee-garden, apiary. 

Oiga'w <j -I- f e -i^. «l' n big'amy. -4fl' c -et 
biramist. 

Oifarreaii' o -er bigaroon, white-heart. 

Oiitot n ^ bull's eye. -gatåtlol bee. 

Oi'lfiemiiiii fe -beftoftiøelfe. 

Øigaf a big'oted; hypocritical, -teri' n big'- 
otry; hypocrisy. 

Ot'ltr««k secondary reason. -|a«b(i«g sub 
-plot. 

9l|atK bee-garden, apiary. 

ØitlKUra sub-port, -lenflgt by-end, by-design. 
•|e«f)|« secondary consideration. -||ertte cere- 
bellum. -Hal change wheel. 

Oi||«4, -ik^ttf shed for bees. -|ætte cap used 
when tending bees. -!)Ǥ pern, honey-buzzard, 

9iji«kt«it perouisite; f!affe fig -er eke out one's 
means, -hrtercåfe by-interest. 

fMaiiteri't»arfr pi bijou'try. 

Ottoge e honeycomb. 

Oifir e polypterus. bichir. 

«9iRe vi tilt, tip over. 

*9mfe e -I bitch. 

9itfa9 e lateral %oe. 

9ifli|«ge cluster of bees. 

Øitøwlni'» a bicon'cave. -neia' bicon'vex. 

ØitrawMob n ^ petal-like scale. 

*Oiffe e -x f mighty man, big wig, big gun, 
bir card. 

Qifmfte <• bee-hive, skep. 

9ftlHi>r|at M biquad'rate. -a'tifY a blqua- 
dmt'lc. 

ei'Mflrt« ^ additional keelson. 

9tt c -er bioad-axe. 

BUag a, pi M, voucher, appendix, (tit Qieo) 
in^losure. 

SUagtr n nuptials pi. 



eUaa'ce c wterc fe balance. 

OUanb n dependency, dominion. 

Oilarne o larva of a bee. 

OUkoaurt [ft.l c cup and ball. 

fdi'ibttit n ^ builder's certificate; certificate 
of registry. 

tStlb, eUbe e -tt pick. t9ilbe vt pick, dress 
(a millstone). 

Oilbe (te, t) inb vt fe ^nbbUbe. 9ilbeiibe a 
(ihinfiet) pUstic (arts). 

teUbelittm pick, -flaft pick-handle. 

9i(bi«o c dressed side (of a millstone). 

Øiieam Balaam. 

Oi'lffdtrbia a ready ftom the builder's hands. 

Oilliaøerffe c -r concubine. -Haniag ^ : utibec 
. in Ijong-to. -(iaie ma« leger line. 

Oiliæ'r a bll'iary. 9ili#'l a bU'ious. 

»illarb e k n tt (SpiO billiards; («oib) 
billiard-table; fpiOe . play at billiards; et 
$Qrtt . a game at billiards, -(al billiard-ball, 
•btufe pocket, -e're vi make a foul stroke; (om 
^efi) make an outward sweep with the fore legs. 
-fatritaat billiard table maker. -^«1 pocket. 
-tagle fe -baa. -qaeme cue. -fyil game of) bil- 
liards, -fliner billiard-player, -ftol cue. -not' 
relfe billiard-room. 

«iSe fe »ilbe vi. 

ØiUe -r chafer, beetle, -bo horsebane, water 
hemlock, Fhellafuirium agoaticum. 

Oillcb(e) n -er image, picture; portrait; (6inb«) 
emblem, typ^i, symbol; (tlbtrtyt) trope, figure, 
metaphor, bibl ubftoaret « graven image; 0ub 
ftabte aRennefTet i fh . God created man in his 
own Image, -orbeibe sculpture; arch tracery, 
-arr sheet of prints, -bibel pictorial Bible. -bUb 
illustrated page: fe tibenbe. -bog picture-book, 
-boaftab hieroglyph, -b^rfetfe image worship, 
idolatry, iconolatry. -barter Idolater, iconolater. 
-fabritant image-maker, -fabritation image- 
trade, -fob pedestal, -gaabe rebus, -galleri 
picture-gallery. -|a«bel image-trade, -l^aabler 
image-vender, picture-dealer, -l^aggcr c -e sculp- 
tor, statuary. -|aggerarbe|be sculpture, carved 
work, carving, -liaggcrittbe e -i sculptress. 
•bttggertttnH sculpture, statuary, -baggemianitar 
statuary marble. -Iraw all sorts of pictures, 
prints, -trirtittiier fe -banbler. Øilleblia a figu- 
rative, metaphorical; -t UbttQl figure of speech. 
8illeb|Iirre ioonology. -tof a imageless, uni- 
maginative, -bragt (splendid) imagery^ -rig a 
figurative, Aill of images, -rigbom fe -ptaat. 
•fal picture-hall. -fYaareii a carved, -ffrif t pic- 
ture-writing, -fratrer c -e carver, -fra« a pic- 
tuiesaue, lovely, -f^irog figurative language; 
fe -fCrift. -^en figure stone, -tlarmenbe a ico- 
noclastic, -ftomier c -e iconoclast, -flrib icono- 
clastic war rl. riot, -flaber caster of statues. 
-flaberi statue-casting, -flatte statue, -tibenbe 
illustrated Journal. -bi9 adv figuratively, -bttrr 
carved work, sculpture; (Oog) pictorial work. 

Oinct' c -ter ticket; (Qreb) note; tage . ti( take 
a ticket for, Oambane«) book for ei. to. -raf« 
ferer director e(. superintendent of the box-office. 
-rontør iZtot.) box-office, ($oftb.. ^arnb. o. t.) 
booking-office, money-taker's office, -^loft note* 

Siper. -fttlger fe eiQettar. Hillette're vt ticket, 
bel: — vi sell el. collect tickets. mUttU't e et 
money-taker, ticket-derk, check-taker; (^crnib.) 
booking-clerk. 

Oillig o (mobf. bQr) cheap, low-priced, inex- 
pensive: (rimelig) equitable, fair, just; « $rifi 
moderate, reasonable price; for en . Srifi cheap; 
et -t ^orlangenbe a reasonable demand: bet er ine 
mere enb -t it is but just, only fitir. 9illigie vt 
approve of, assent to. -elfe c approbation, ap- 
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nees, fidrness; meb . in fidmess; finbe ^a i . 
agree to what Ib fair and reasonable. -9ffM* 
folclfc sense of Justice, "tttnttnht a reasonable, 
impartial; — c reasonable person. -!»{• ado fldrly, 
in reason e(. Justice. 

tOiHing fe Silbina. 

tViUing -et Utile bit. 

Øillio'it c -ec bill 'ion. 

Qinon' e bill'on. -fi«(b base gold. 

9U<V8 fe Qilag. 9uftg|øe vt (forlige) adjust, 
compose, make up; (toebiagge) accompany with; 
. et Slegnffob (meb) be fomsbne Sebifer provide 
an account with the requisite vouchers, -gelfe 
e adjustment. 

tOiUter e under-groom; (^eft) third horse to 
a carriage. 

OiUfelic a: C)>gaben er ~ the problem has a 
second solution, two solutions. 

Otl«9tttag second solution. 

OioMMie c paraselene, mock-moon. 

Oiwaitb c hiver. 

•t-eimle vi Jingle, -n o Jingling. 

Otwobcv mother-bee. 

t6i«|»el c -plet keg, cag; f goa poa . go on 
the spree. 

9{|m^re bee-ant, velvet-ant, Mutilla. -«#( 
bee-moth. Galleria melionella. 

8i«ati« n surname; (Pgenobn) by-name. 

9iitb n, pi ss, tie, ligature, (for Pinene, ^ot' 
binbing) bandage; (paa 6oa) binding; (Dog) vo- 
lume; (i Sag) truss; borre Vnnen i . go with one's 
arm in a sung; meb . fot |Sinene with eyes ban- 
daged. 

eUibc, banbt, bunbet u k i (ogf. fig) bind, tie 
(b^tte); m^d bind, constipate; prw & * k ^Vtt\ 
. Vuletter make nosegays; . ffabe hoop casks; 
fig . enS ^«nber tie one down, fetter one; S)srrn 
•t the door sticks, shuts hard; ftallen -t gobt the 
mortar holds well; . itom bind grain; . ftofie 
make brooms; be £(enler bet banbt bem the chains 
that held them (bound); ~ of fe tifbinbe; ..an 
meb engage in contest, enter the lists, with, 
(ogf. om Zing) dose with; « for fS|nene blindfold 
one, bandage one's eyes; . fot en ®<et tie up 
el. close a sack; •« inb bind (a book), stall 
(cattle); . op tie up, t (om fto) dry up; « ^anbet 
og 9'øbbet pa a en tie one band and foot; . en 
nt paa tSrmet make one believe st, palm st off 
upon one; «til bind up; ^bbe intet anbet, bet 
banbt ^m til £tbet had no other tie to life; . 
fafl HI tie on to; bu ffol iRe . Vhtnben til poa en 
Clfie, naat ^n toetfCet thou shalt not muzzle the 
ox when he treadeth out the com; — or fig 
bind one's sell, tie one's hands; — binbenbe 
a (ogf. fig) binding, fig obligatory (for on); (3otb) 
stiff. 9i«be|(iftlie girder. «(ttC ohm bind, tie. 
•et»«e holding (power). -f»U binders (of sheaves). 
•ftttbig a (om ftotn) dry enough to be sheafed, 
-aal a raving mad, stark mad. -gar« string. 
•iixbe, -|«b (f^ietd) ooi^unctiva. -Inab chain 
dog, bandog. -|dmt cramp-iron, -tvaft binding 
power. -leb (oonnecting-)Unk. -Ife o constipa- 
tion, •wibbel cement, medium; (flæbenbe) ag- 
glutinant; vharm excipient. -n o fe iBinbina. 
-xaal needle used in making fishing nets, -tiagre 
wooden pin, peg. -iMgle« the binding of St. 
Peter, -orb conjunction, -pinb knitting-needle, 
-plabe (t. 9iæiret) tie-plate, -r e -e binder; 
(SRurfifn) header; (Xsmr.) intertie. -rem thong. 
•ftm binding-stone, «ftreg hyphen; (i 6rtibn.) 
upstroke, «tegit hyphen; mn» fe -bue. -traab 
binding-wire. -Iiirti fibrous el. connective tissue. 

9ittb|6age cramp-iron. Oinbig a meb (Zømi.) 
flush with, -ittg binding; (Sammenrøjning) 
Joining: mn» fe IBtnbebue. 

8iiibttigd|m«r frame wall, -fparre Ue-beam. 



•ftttt bonder, bond-stone. *-ftittc knitting needle. 
"tta bond- timber, -nonrl frame work, brick 
-nogging; -S ^uft fVame house. 

9iiib|Iit cement. -U9 a coverless. -pUfier 
sticking plaster, -rig fe -^«tf. -foat, -faale in 
•sole, -falot white curled endive. Otttbfel a 
-f(et bandage, ligature, band; constipation. 
9ilib|ftirrf a voluminous; fftite -e tBsget om 
write large volumes on. -^I^e smootbing-axe. 

8iag(e) e -et hutch, bin; (i ^l^u«) weU. 

Oingelitrt c dog-mercury, Merauriali» pertnui*. 

•©Iiittfe, ©lime c -t she-bear. 

OlttO^ntifl a binomial; . Stønelfe binomial. 

9iit9rc suprarenal gland. 

Oixir'r a bi'nary. 

Hinatriaf c secondary trade. 

Oiolgra'f c-et biog'rapher. -grafi' o -et biog- 
nphy. -gra'fifl a biograph'ic(al). -lo'g o -et 
biol'ogist. -logi' c biorogy. -(o 'gift a biological. 

8i|o«Ioftiiitiger accessory expenses, -omftim* 
bigfeeb subordinate circumstance, accessory. 

Oil orb adverb, -perfo« (Zeot.) accessory r(. 
secondary character. -i^Ianet secondary planet, 
satellite, -poll branch mail, -probxtt by-pro- 
duct, -pttxh accessory point, incident, -rmbe 
bv-channel. -ret comer dish, side dish, hors 
doeuvre. 

9irtitt'|e Brid'get. -i'«ere Brld'getines. 

Oirfbber ^ secondary ridges. 

tOirf o -et a small Jurisdiction. 

Oirt c -e birch. Betala; af . birchen, birch. 

9irle|barl birch-bark, -bncxbe birch-wood. 

tøirfelbomitier, -fogeb Judge of a ^«itT; baiJiff. 
-fribeb fe -tettig^b. 

IHrfelfofi [6], «-lime birch-broom, -olie birch 
-oil. 

tOirtelreprofeiitattt councilman in a „S^irf. 
-retHglpcb privilege of Jurisdiction in a ^Dttt". 

Oirtefaft c birch Juice. 

IMrfc«' fe »etc^e««. 

Hirtefloti birch wood. 

Oirtclflriner clerk of a J^iA". -ting court, 
assize of a „mtt". 

9irte|t|irre birch- tar. -tr« birch-tree; birch 
-wood, -»«lib fe -faft. -neb birch-wood. -9i« 
birch-wine. 

Oirwa n Birma, Burma, -'«cr o -e Burmese, 
-'itft Bir'man, Bur'man. 

Oirmimflpanier'Satet Brummagem goods. 

8i|rob $ adventitious root, -rollc subordinate 
part. 

mti%t Bridget. 

Oifag matter of secondary importance. 

Oifam (og 6mf.) fe TOofru«. -ft«, torn musk 
-seed, -punge cods of the musk-rat. -fliit^ skin 
of the musk-rat. 

Oifibber c -e assessor. Judge lateral. 

Hiffara Bis'cay. 9ifrai|er(lpai fe 9lotb(opet. 
HiJIajilfl a: ben -e Ougt the Bay of Biscay. 

Oifcop -per, fe Qifp; ordinary tobacco, -cifmf 
bishop-essence. 9i|lop'peIiga episcopal. Offtopft- 
fnette mitra. Oifloptianrf tobacco-cutting ma- 
chine. 

IMflxi't bis'cuit; (^otceQæn) biscuit (china), 
bisque (ware). 

*ei'ftotfcl fe »iaol. 

Oi'flag n, pi «, small porch eL verandah, 
pent-bouse 

Hi'flagtiiittg killing of the bees. 

tOi Hopperffc c t concubine. 

9i'fmag by-taste, smack. 

8i9mcr e -e steel-yard, prtm trone, -frog hook 
of the steel-yard, -(ob weight of the steel-yard, 
^'-pjixb 12 pounds, -jlltttg rod of the steel- yard. 

ØiØniittlp fe tBi«mutb. 

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9if9f e parhellOD, mock-sun. 

9if»«owe c biaon (i fimx. fejl -buflfklo»), Bo9 
biwm. 

W^ e -er (oøf. Srif) bishop; iKitoe -en til 9Rot< 
6robeT haye a friend at court: fibbe fom en . i 
en Øoafrrebe be in doyer. — eif|»e|kraøt biahop's 
robes. 'h9mmt n -r bishopric, diocese, see, 
(ogf. om Sflecbig^ben) episcopate. -ctSitmcii ex- 
amination of clergymen before taking orders. 
-cmfte^ office of a bishop, episcopate, -aaarb 
bishop's pcUaoe, -l|«f mitre; ^ mltella. •laate 
biahop's mantle. 8lf)ieUg a episcopal. 9if|ie|' 
ftkixatUii fe -bielfe. -ornat fe -bragt. -reflictiØ 
fe-f«b€. -ftM crosier, -ftol (bishop's) see. -foebc 
eplBTopal residence, -nielfc consecration of a 
t4^op. •nifitatiMi ylsitatlon of the diocese. — 
9ftf^m'e o -r bishop's lady, bishopees. 

Øt'fMTgdmaal n Incidental question. 

tOféfe c -r boor, cad, rough. 

9iåfe e -r i^erneSp) tooth (of a baby). 

t©l*fe vi gad. -tram pedlery. pedlar's wares. 
•trftmmer pedler, pedlar, huckster, packman. 
»Itthtt, Ifan ^r « i Ufoene his shoes are made 
of mnning leather. t-Iirge peripatetic doctor. 
^9 a fond of gadding about, -fiygc gadding 
disposition. 

Oi'flaa vt assUt, stand by, back. 

9i'flabe n bee-hive. 

Oi'furab c assistance, aid, support; tfbt en . 
give il. lend one assistance, render a. to. 

Oi'ftavclfe c subordinate syllable. 

Oi'flaBwe e secondary part. 

9{{lcr c (^rt»e) bistre. 

Siller a (otbcagt) exasperated, incensed; (barft) 
crim, gruff, stem, -gal a raying mad. -Ijcb c 
fierceness. 

Si'jfHf sting of bees, -flof bee-hive. 

8i|i««ri' c bis'toury, 

Oifire're vt bistre-wash, paint with bistre. 

Oi':fiMrrni svarm of bees, -fbirrmer sesia. 

Wtttu\n% c subordinate proposition, relative 
daose. 

Wmttt vt deposit ^ corpse) in a vault. -Ife 
e deposition etc. 

Oittc e lateral toe. 

9i|li«ie spare hour, leisure hour, -tixa fe 
-iog. -t9«e mtu aliquot-tone; ffram secondary 
accent. 

9itte a very small; en ItOe . (* .. liben) Wanb 
a Uttle bit of a man, a diminutive man; ifte bet 
-ifte not the very least, not a bit of it. 9itte o 
litde bit. 

Sitter a (ogf . M bitter, (om €mag efo.) acrid; 
• Snap«, ^am, fe Sitterfnapfi e; en ~ 6tunb an hour 
of biuemess. -ogtig a bitterish, somewhat bitter. 
-e»fe«9 bitters. -|eb e bitterness, (noonl. i Orb) 
animony; -er pi bitter words, sharp words. 
-)9Tb magnesia. Sitterlig adv bitterly; . lolbt 
bitter cold. 8itter|ma«bel bitter almond. -m<v(t 
ox'toogue, Pierit kiencioidtt. -fait Epeom salts. 
«fmcfeabe o of a bitter taste, -fitapf glass of 
Utters. -f^Nit bitter-spar, -flof bitter-prindple. 
•fcb a bitter-sweet, between sweet and sour. 
-ffb(e) bitter-sweet, Solanun» dulcamara, -f^erxe 
the Sitter Lakes, -tibfel bitter thistle, Centaurea 
benedick». -#I bitter beer. 

SitipiP e fe eaftarbnattergal. 

9i|«bgift additional expense, -tyoane tt be 
present at^ attend. -tKumelfe e attendance. 

SiMrfeiit' a ehem diatomic. 

9il»ej « by-way, by-road, by-path. 

Sine« e fe »ielfTet. 

9i|9i»fie bastard-wing. -t»irfiii«g secondary 
effect. 

9<|lHfer fe -bTonning. -bogter keeper of bees. 



Oibxat' e -tet biv'ouac. -e re rt bivouac. 
-lib watch-flre. 

9i|ii«rt fe -fage. -bttgeC brood of youne bees. 

SiÅar' a bizarre, odd. -reri' n -ec oddity. 

OifAbeitbe a bee- eating, -otber bee-eater, 3/«- 
rO|>* apioåter. 

Øiiolemeb by end. -t|tte ocelli, stemmata. 

Sjfff' It, pi 8, yelp, bark, -fe ti yelp, bark, 
cont yap; . ob bark at. -felt o yelping etc. 

8i<vlbe c -I Jingle, little bell; iQbenbe SRatm 
rllet en Ilinaenbe . sounding brass or a tinkling 
cymbal. -|a(#baaiib bell-coUar. -tappt fool's 
cap and bells. -Hang Jingling, Jingle, -to bell 
•cow. 'U\ harness with Jingles (little bells). 

ejielte c -r (oaf. SagtflaalS) beam, (ftor) balk, 
(if«r 3<tm<) girder; +. ogf. log; ker ordinary; (i 
Sliffel) land; (p. i^ibfel) branch, -anter brace, 
campoon. -baaiib bond, -braxb dry rot. -bugt 
round of a beam, -bygget a built of logs, -bog 
J, rafting dqg. -enbe beam-end. -fag bay. 
•flaabe timber raft, -bobeb head-piece of a beam, 
corbel, -^nd log- house, -lag, -rob tier of beams. 
-toft ceiling of rafters, -paaurg pad. -rxm space 
between the beams, -ftreng shelf. -t-SJftllct a 
raftered. 9joelte|iomt timber yard. -pe|er, -bdtger 
damp. -p«rf beams, timber work. 

8|«rg n 't, ^ ogfaa Oerg, pi «, mountain, hill; 
-et ($artirt) the Mountain. (Smf. ber ^en^ore ti( 
iBetgocefen, fe tBern«). -aaub mountain-goblin el. 
sprite, gnome, (toinbelig) oread, -aaft ridge, 
-atabemi mining school, -alitii rock alum, -onb 
scaup pochard, Fuligula marila. -arbejbe min- 
ing. -arbe|ber miner, -art rock, -afte fe -biaat. 
-bolfom naphta. -befodtting mountaineers, -beg 
aspbaltum, asphalt, -befitger Alpine climber. 
•beftigiiiiig mountain-climbing; ascent, -btaat 
n mountain blue, bice, -bo e -er, -boer c -e 
mountaineer, higblander. -bor bore, borer. 
•brug mining. -brxaeUe alpine accentor, Thxir- 
rkattue MontineUue. -bat glen, dale, -brift 
mining. 

9J«rge vt (lebbe) save; (emæie) fupport; (Voling) 
house, gather in; « geben support lifb, keep soul 
and body together, keep the wolf f^m the door; 
.. @eil take in sail; . fig manage to live, make 
both ends meet, -foil salvors. 

8i<ergegtt c mountain district, mountainous 
region. 

9j<rrge|gobd salved property, -tontraft salvage 
agreement. Oiørgelig a to be saved. Oiorrgel* 
Un, -penge salvage, -r c -e salvor. -riO Oforrger* 
lOP n salvage association. 

Ojirrget a mountainous. 

8{«rg|faar mountain-sheep, Ovit montana. 
-fafl a solid el. firm as a rock, -febt mountain 
tallow, -fin a native, -flnt -finte brambling, 
mountain finch, Fringilla monti/ringilla. -flabe 
table-land, -fiob mountain-torrent, -fob foot 
tt. base of a m. -folt » boete, -aanber; fe 9erg>. 
-fnib a mountainous, hilly, -fbr mountain pine, 
Pinu9 montana, -fanning mountain fieustness, m. 
stronghold, -geb mountain goat, Copra ameri- 
cana. -gmnb rocky ground, -grnppe group of 
hills, -grønt mountain green, -gnib mine-gold. 
-gttit n yellow ochre. -Ipnle mountain cave e(. 
cavern. -|ø| a mountain-high, mountains high. 
-Mr mountain flax, amianth. OJiergig a fe -fulb. 
Ofttrglirift yellow-beaked linnet. Fringilla flam- 
roetri: -talt mountain limestone, -tam crest 
(of a mountain), -tint cliff. -tUft cleft, ravine, 
chasm. -fUner mountain clover, Trifolium mon- 
tanwn. -tttolb hill-top, rock, -tnnbe knot of 
mountains, -tort mountain-cork, -trig moun- 
tain war el. warfkre. -trtyfial rock crystal, -tnr 
mountain cure, -tæbe mountain chain e(. range. 
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•Uttk moantainoas country. 'Uh, -Ube moan- 
tain-Bide. -løtontoHt» locomotive for gradients. 
-Ittft mountain air. -(«Mr m. leather. *'iæwht 
ft mountainous, -lorrte Alpine lark, Alawta al- 
pentru. -numk fe -aonb; fe Verø«. -mattkel drop- 
wort, Spircen /UtpenHvia. -mel, -mftll mountain 
milk, -miynte maijoram, Oriffanum vuloare. -IM 
fe -numfe. 

9|irrgnittg c salving, salvage. — 9\æt%uina»\' 
hampftth salvage steamer, -emter^irif e, -f ore«{aø, 
-førretninø/ -forlioratiott sal vage association. 
*f*tf<8 attempt to save. -løntratt salvage agree- 
ment, -omtoftttittøer salvage expenses, -faø 
sal vage case. 

9j«rø|ni)mfe oread. -oUe rock oil. -orbtting 
statutes for the mines, ^papix mountain paper. 
-Iiartfet the Mountain. »pa$ mountain pass, 
defile. -^lUttte mountain plant. -^raiitfttCtt 
the sermon on the Mount. -)iudlinø mountain 
goblin, dwarf, -ria fe -fulb. -rid mountain rice, 
Orvvi m<mtant. -nfe hill giant, -rttø mountain 
ridge, -nyle fe Stenoenber. -rør wood small-reed, 
Ca'amaffro'ti» epiatjo». -fait rock-salt. -^Ife fe 
•papir. -fYo alpine boot, -ffotte Highlander, 
•ftraottinj mountain slope, -ffrck mountain 
slide, -ffrfltttt precipice, brow of a mountain. 
-ffette tablp-land. -fXot mountain ca.stle e(. strong- 
hold. -fXdrke mountain-stedee. -fm^r rock butter. 
-fne mountain snow, -fuirørinø defile. 

Ofonrøføm a thrifty, acquisitive, plodding. 
-|ek e thrift 

f^ttt$\iplhé fe -tinbe. -flak mountain town; 
fe 6ei0'. -fti mountain path, -fløl alpenstock; 
fe-fnube. -ftrffhiinø range of mountains. -flr#m 
fe -flob. -fhirttting precipice, -fnoul native sul- 
phur, -firfre mountain soap, -fa mountain lake. 
•taøm a spirited off into the mountain, -tinbe, 
-to|P mountain-top. -tjirre mineral tar. -trøU 
gnome, -tr« rock-wood, -tart» mountain peat, 
•ttøte eagle owl. great homed owl, Strix bnbo. 
-nib fe -l^ft. -øanb fe ®nibe-. -øej mountain 
road el. path, -øin mountain wine. -Hinb m. 
wind. -0019 mineral wax. -øftø rocky wall. 
•b«rf mine. 

e{drrøiNrr»|biflrirt raining district, -brift 
working of mines, -rjer owner of a mine el. 
mines, -ttynbiø fe IBetgfbnbig. -fclflab mining 
company, -flole mining school, -øibcnflaø 
science of mining. -Hdrfcn mining (matters). 

Oiorrøløfttft fe -plantt. -irø mountain egg. 

*©lfltrl fe ©itf. 

•»{arf c ff »itf. 

Ol^'m c e bear; «t (i %kni) lubber's hole, 
(til at ftntbbe meb) bear, • fe ©pilflamp, t -c wind- 
lass-bitts; F (9iud) a brick in the hat; ben graa 
- the grizzly (bear); ben ftore « the Great Bear, 
Ursa Mf^or; ben lille . the Lesser Bear, Ursa 
minor; fslg ilte -end ^ub før bu ^at fanget ben 
don't reckon your chickens before they are 
hatched. Oiame vt ^ scrub (with a bear). — 
8famc|a(e howling monkey, Mveetea umimt». 
•■tiqH$ a bearish, -baoian pig-£ELceti baboon, 
Cvnoetpkafu« porcarivn. *-brob Scottish asphodel, 
To/Ulfiia horealiå. -borr bearberry, Arbutm uva 
•rW, • fe ftorbær. -birrfliittber fox-moth, 0<uiro- 
paehn rubi. -battd bear's dance, »-fat track of 
a bear, -febt bear's ^^rease. -fenniteC bald- 
money, Mettm (ithamantteum. -11 bear's winter 
-layer, -^ibdninø bear-baiting, -lynl ^^ lubber's 
hole. -Ipøail» bear's cub. -jaøt bear-hunting, 
bear-shooting, -fdtøer bear-hunter. -Ito bears 
foot. Belleborw foetidtu. (•-Ijflrt») cow parsnip. 
Beraclenm iij»handvlium\ arch acanthus. -frebØ 
mother-lobster, ScvUnnu arettu. -fab bear's 
paw. -iarøc, *-marf caterpillar of the tiger moth, 
Arctia. -(cjc bear's lair, -maar biturong, Are 



titi» albi/rcn». *-moff hair moss, Polvtriekum. 
•røb fe -fennitel. -ffinb becu-'s skin, -ffinbflne 
muff-cap, busby. -fHnte bear ham. -ffiitte fe 
-isget. -fømmerfttøl great tiger-moth, Arctia. 
•U, ©tore - Great Bear Lake, -tjenefle awkward 
el. unwelcome service, •trortlcr bear-leader. 
-nnae fe -tmXp. 

Oiaa a blue; -t %t{i azure; -t f&fe (af €(aø) 
black eye; . 9Hnge unber Pinene eyes surrounded 
by a blue circle; flaa en gul og . beat one black 
and blue; . 9)htnb(Bg, fe S9laa>; i bet . a airy, adv 
airily, at random, in nubibus. Olaa n : ^imlen« 
« poøt heaven's azure, -oaret n blue-veined. 
•^^% n bluish. -oM moor-grass, JSetlerin. -ioa«' 
bet m blue-banded, -boø Blue Book, -bnt (3nf .) 
violet callidium. -borr bilberry, whortleb^ty, 
«0 blae-berry, amr blue-b^ry, Vaeeinium m^rHl- 
Iw. -brødfel blue-thrush, Petrocincla <^ana, 
-fait merlin, Falro cetalon; ring-tail, Circwi cirai- 
netu; fe ^ue*. -farbe smalt, blue-glass, -farnet 
o blue; dyed blue, -farbeøftrt smal^hou8e. 
-fifl young Greenland seal, -frødf en a blue with 
cold, -øraa a bluish grey, blue-gray, ^ cæsious. 
-øran a bluish green, glaucous, -ønflen 'r livid. 
-ba| blue shark, Carchf%ria« ffiaucu»; picked shark, 
0aleu9 acantkia*. -l^ald blue-breast, tSvlvia 9ue- 
cica. -lalfet a blue-necked. -Ijat devil's bit, 
iSuec%9a pratentia; scabious, KtunOia. -IpCb c 
blueness. t-IHdClmet a (om ftoæg) bluish-gniy 
with a white head, -lyøibrab a blue, red and 
white, -irifl hedge accentor, Accentor modularit. 
•lelle fe -^alft. -nøffe bluebell, harebell. Gatmpa- 
nula rotundifoda. -tøbbtr blue copper(-ore). 
-fø<» fe -mejfe. -føm fe Jlomblomfl. •-fraafe fe 
-maage. -frøet « blue-crawed. -fnøtcr blue-cake, 
blueing, thumb-blue, -laben n bluish. t-(anb 
AfHca. -Icr potter's clay. Olaaliø a bluinh. 
9taa\ltfi blue light, -maaøe fe ©bartbctg. -maber 
fe -ftierne. -matet a painted blue, -manb kind 
of seaLskin; kind of tobacco: t blackamoor, 
-manbaø Saint Monday, -mabf picked dogfinh. 
-melfe blue titmouse, Pama eceruUtu. -mniUe 
sheep's scabious, sheepsbit, Jtuione; fe Stabtofe, 
ftomblomfl, ©torm^at. -mnMina mussel, MwHiuB 
eduli», 9\aant vi become el. look blue; — vt 
blue. Olaanc c -t bluish cloud. Oiaanclfe c, 
fe fKbelfe. 9Ua\papit carbonic paper. -Islettet 
a blue-spotted. 

tOiaar pi tow, hards; ftirte, fcette en . i einene 
throw dust into one's eyes, hoodwink one, draw 
the wool over one's eyes. 

Oiaalraaøe rook, Oorma /ruoiitffw. «-raotc 
fe (SUetrage. -ranbet a with blue maigins. streaks. 

9(aareøn c glycine. Victoria chincMi* 

81aar|et a towy. -øarn tow-yam. -lyeøte tow 
-hatchel. -l«rreb tow-linen. 

eiaajmbet a blue-checked, -rorb blue arctic 
fox, Vuipe9 laoop*»». -røb a bluish red. •fonb 
cobalt-sand, -fimmcr blue anemone, Anemom« 
hepatic^, -ffabf indigo-bird, Ovanopioa; a kind 
of pigeon, -ftimlet n dapple-gray, -ffimmcl 
dapple-gray horse. -ff«ø Bluebeard ••ff«I fe 
-musling, -flaaet n livid, braised, -ført a bluish 
black, -føt cyanosis, -f^aan logwood shavings. 
-f|i0l(f; fe «fb (giff). -fliroølet a speckled with 
blue. -flPiVttC nuthatch, Sitta europcga. -^ptttttt 
a spotted with blue, »ftaal striped wrasse, Lt- 
bru9 mixtu». -fttn blue stone, blue vitriol. -IH« 
belfe blue, blue starch, •fliøet a blue-starched, 
-ftf erne field-madder, Shemrdia arvenna. -Uribct 
awith blue stripes. -fhrnbefanøerfe-^S. -(lra«M»e 
blue-stocking, -f nr Vftcttt milk become sour with- 
out curding, -f^oe fe -fot -fi|re prusslc add. 
-tanb: ^axalh . Harold Bluetooth, -tantet a 
blue-chequered, »top purple melic, Enodivm 
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-tSTMCt a blue^heckered. -ntt fe ftom^Ionifi. 

*'Hiå fe -ftnuner. -ninge copper butterfly, Ly- 

ccena. 

^ Oteite V» fe plapre. 

eUk n 't (af %m. fdoq, «orb o. I.) leaf; (af 
ftniø, eati o. 1.) blade; (mare») wash, blade, (p. 
6(ntr) blade, arm; r6feo bowl; rSa»«) web, blade; 
(Spun) head; (Ineforb.) scarf; (i 8«») sley; (p. 
^jort.) shoulder; (Void) newspaper, paper, print; 
btife -e (0. I. ont en Son) these pages; et . $apir 
a slip of paper: libet ~ leaflet; bet Panbrenbe . the 
walking leaf, PkyUium ncci/oUum, naac «vgen 
^r -e when the beech is in leaf; fQnae, fpiQe tta 
•et sing, play, ofl*. s. el. p. at (first) sight; 6pngeii 
fia -et sight-singing; tage -et fta Vhinben speak 
ont. speak one's mind; -et (on »enbe ftg the tables 
may turn. — 8(ak|aare fe-neroe. -agtiø a folia- 
ceooa, resembling a leaf, -attmelbelfe notice In 
the newspapers, -mrtitd newspaper-article. -Mile 
chrirsomela. «feølt holdfast. -kH^ newsboy. 
-k«Mielfe foliation, -bannet a formed like a 
leaf, -kcjø pus'-pante, -bnfl ^ coma. Olobe 
«t A «: turn el. run over the leaves; (om ^jort) 
uoat; . af, fe Vfblabe; . efter turn over the 
kaves for; - I turn over the leaves of; - igen» 
nem run over; ~ om turn over (the leaQ: — 
blabeS vd shoot out leaves, come out in leaf; 
mød d; min exfoliate. 8(abeM|g green barley; 
Ntge poa . eat the calf in the cow's belly. 
9Ui^e)|ang foliage. Olaben c turning over the 
leaves etc; troating. 8(abefftt¥ leafing. 8(abet 
a foliaceous; fe -rig. ' 81ab(e)tobaf tobacco in 
leaves, loaf tobacco. — eiabjfiig lobe (of a leaf). 
wforam a fe -bonnet, -fnlb, fe -rig. -f^bbebe, 
-Tffe^cf p^ phyllopods. -gr^nt chlorophyl. -gnlb 
leaf gold, gold-leaf; uagte . leaf-metal, -bang 
loUage. -lilt agaric. -Ipj^rne axil, -ffslber 
subscriber, -domcbe pi lamelllcoms. -^n^Mai 
leaf isinglass. -Inepf saw-fly, 74 eiifre<to. lurng* 
fct foliaged hinge. «Jorb leaf-mould, -taal 
borecole, -fsftnf leaf cactus, Pkyliooaehu. -la* 
^itcef foliated capital, -tnop leaf-bud. -trand 
crown d. garland of leaves, •tvabeband. -trekS 
glass crab, PkyUotoma. «fttl foliated coal, -to»! 
newspaper polemics. »U^ parenchyma, green 
pulp of leaves. -UfT flat scarf, -(iteratnv Jour- 
nalistic literature. -lOMe psylla. -tnd plant- 
louse, puceron, aphis. -Ui a leafless, aphyllous. 
-nM»e manifold, -msd foliaceous moss, -neger 
penny-a-liner, paragraphist. -neme nerve, vedn. 
BUtefng c (bet at blabe«) leafing; fe -en. eiab|- 
mstiti paragraph. -n<rfc phyllostome. -otnt 
caterpillar -plobe Umb. -plante foliage plant. 
-yrngt leafy splendour -ranb margin. Hiab're 
vi fe QIabe. Olabltebafttr editor of a newspaper. 
«referent reporter. -rUte ridge, -rig a leafy, 
-rløsni leaviness. -rsfet rosette. -faUt coss 
lettuce, -iibe page; side of the leaf. -fUb her- 
ring in the second year, -flebe sheath f of a leaQ. 
-fmyer writer for a newspaper. Journalist, -flie« 
rer (Qi) leaf-<mtter, MegaehtU. -finger voracious 
newspaper-reader, -fmntte wood-wren, Sylvia 
•ibilatnx. -fuMrer newspaper-scribbler. *-fop 
fe -foomp. HHIf leaf-stalk, petiole -fnger fe 
-loppe, -fueffe vt lap- weld, scarph-weld. -f«(p 
lesJ silver; forgplbt . party gold, -tang laminaria. 
-top pivot with cheeks, -tin tin-foil, -tobat fe 
eiabe«. -tøm prickle, -nbgiper fe -rebattør 
-ncsber book-nuurker. -Piller tortrix. -pintel 
fe -|»jfme. -Pii adv leaf by leaf, -pifer fe Ihi« 
flobe. -#|e fe -fnop. 

Of of n ^ cat's paw, slatch of wind. Olaffe, 
blafre vi (ont 89«) flicker, (om 6ejl) flutter, flap. 

Olaffert e -ec pop-gun. 

Øfar, -fet a fallow, pale, (om ^) dun; *-Ien 
the dun horse. 



Ulatefløpper ^ stopper. 

tHIatte: falfle .1 fiEUse villain. 

Oiame [fr] e -t censure, -'re vt disgrace, dis- 
honour; . ftg make one's self ridiculous. 

Ulandet' c -ter busk. 

eianbe vt mix, mingle, blend; (ftort) shuffle; 
(^RetaQer) alloy, amalgamate; > ftg i anbref Soger 
meddle in the affairs of others; b 1 a n b e t a mixed 
etc., promiscuous; . ^nb^olo miscellaneous con- 
tents; -ebe @trifter miscellaneous writings; 6unb 
of ~ woce mongrel: «1/ . Siuft cloudy el. mixed 
air Ulanben c mixing. Oianblfober mixed 
provender, maslin. -Mbnlng. *-gøbfel compost. 
*-gøbfXe V« manure with compost. Oianblng c 
-er mixing etc. ; mixture, intermixture, compound, 
blend, eont medley; (of 9letal) alloy, amalgama- 
tion; (9tace) hybrid; -ei miscellanies; mfb en . of 
^oab og >Hbgt with mixed hope and terror. 

Ulanbingiljbrab maslin bread, -be! ingredient. 
-bHf mixed beverage, -biyr hybrid, mongrel. 
•farpe mixed colour, -folt mixed race, -forlolb 
proportion (of parts), composition, -form hybrid 
form, -gobf unassorted goods; 'boorligt) trash. 
-Ipagl mixed shot. -lom mangcom, mixed com, 
maHlin, meslin. -tnl through-and-through coal, 
-maabe mode ei. manner of mixing, -winiflerinni 
coalition-ministry, -orb hybrid (word), -reg' 
ning alligation, -fprog mixed language, -barer 
fe -gob«. 

91anb|tom, fe Qlonbingfi'. -fllb herring taken 
in January, -fotb fe 93(anbingStom. 

Olan! a (ogf. om %€bmt) shining, (ifæc om Sletal) 
bright; F (pengeløf) cleaned out, tight; ~ @ibe 
blank page; -e Soaben swords and bayonets; ti 
-e ^lete ten silver dollars; . fom et ©pejl smooth 
as a mirror; labe ftoo « leave n blank; træffe « 
draw; be -e the white el. whites. — *91anf c -er 
smolt (two years old). 

eianla Blanche, Blanch 

eianflaal fe ®aatb*. -brtmbing glase-bakiug. 
-(e)barfte poUshing-brush. Olantc vt poli«*h, 
brighten, burnish, furbish, . @tøp(et clean boots; 
p' . en af clean one out. 

91antefiett (^^) pagellus. 

8Untet' o -tet form, (ogf. SR^ntP.) blank, (Wet) 
white frioassee, blanquette. 

9Iant|fifI sea-monster. Ckimeera mon^irom. 
-gnibning furbishing, 'kat glased hat. -lyeb c 
brightness, polish, -loeber sleek-leather, patent 
leather. Ulanfnina e polishing etc. (fe mante). 

eianfo- blank; «n bianco in blank, -atcept 
acceptance in blank, -fnlbmagt authority in 
blank, blank-charter, -trebit blank credit, -tratte 
draft in blank. 

eionllopn glazing oven, -ftnre vt scour to a 
shining whiteness, -flifre vt polish, -fob shining 
soot, -ført a shininfif black, -fpiene, -noli 
blacking -fpiertefabrtfant blacking manufac- 
turer, ^«rreb fe eiont a. 

9(ad' [t.j a wan, pallid. 

Ulafe'ret a blase, Jaded, sated. 

01adfe|mi' blas'phemy. -'»ftfl a blas'phe- 
mouB. 

eiaflnf Blaise. 

Ole -et child's napkin, diaper, swaddling- 
clout. 

Oleg [t F ril o pale, palUd, (bobbleg) white, 
(of fpgeligt Ubfeenbe) wan; blioe . turn el. grow 
pale; . of 6fræt pale with terror; ^n bleo ooabe 
røb og . his colour came and went, he turned 
all manner of colours; be -e Vnfigter the Pale 
-fieuses. Oleg c -ec fe eiegebom; fe -ntna. Olegjblaa 
pale blue, -bani fe OIeg^. -e c -r bleak. Abra- 
mi» blicea. *-t e -x whiting, Oadtu merlaniftf; 
fe •»lonl. 

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bleachers, -talt chloride of Urne. -Ua bleach 
-money, -ntoiik bleacher, -mibkct bleaching 
agent, -iitøbd fe -bam. -gulnet bleaching powder. 
-r c e bleacher, -ri' n -et bleachery. -Hb bleach- 
ing season. -t<f bleach-clothes, bleach-linen. 
-baitb bleaching liquid, -nelr weather for bleach- 
ing, •-bolb fe -plab». 

SØleglfeb. -fcbtet a flabby. -fi9 p tallow &oe. 
-gr<« a pale-green, -ønl a straw-coloured. -Ijeb 
paleness, wanness, (-^bibt feQIt)). -tiabeta 
paJe-visaged. -laben a palish, somewhat pale. 
-labea^cb o pale-focedness. 

tOIeaa e -er bhUn, blister, bleb. 

9(coTne w grow el. turn pale, (am %at\)t og 
^iijr) fSade. -aca c growing etc. Ole'gaiag c 
bleaching. 

Ølfølaoebbet a pale-loolcing. -r<b a pink. 
-feneti common celery, -fot green sickness, 
chlorosis, -fottig a chlorotic. 

•©lei c er wedge. 

•©lefe -r fe «le. 

*»!ete c -t fe -»lefle. 

*8(eaime c c fe leiegn. 

Olcable ^t dazzle; deceive; lobe fig . af be 
deceived by. -elfe, -ea c dazzling, -eabe a 
dazzling; - fit}« d. el. fierce light, -ct c -e, -ing 
c -et eye-shade, -lag c -er arch recees, niche. 
-iQgte dark lantern, -raatnte blind frame, -»dtrt 
illusion, delusion, phantom. 

Oleabe e, min blende. 

Olcnbe're, Ulenbiag, fe «linbete, «linbinø ,arek). 

8(ed|fe're vt wound, -fa're o -x wound. 

Olib a mild, gentle; (milb, oenlig) bland; (lottg) 
placid. 

9Iibe c -r catapult, mangonel. 

eiibeUg, blibt 'idv mildly etc. (fe »lib). 

tOlibemaaneb February. 

tSlibed vd fe »libne vi. 

91i'b|g«re it soften, mitigate. -Ipeb c mild- 
ness, gentlenef^s; blandness; placidity, -ne vt 
grow mild; soften, relent; — vt mitigate, soften. 

©lit' I», -fe look, glance (of the eye), fiff eye; 
aQeS -fe all eyes; par . for has an eye for; meb 
et - (^en) paa with an eye to, 

mit n fe mini n. 

©lit' n f^ctm') white iron, tin, tinplate; (i Wm.) 
sheet-metal, -affalb tin clippings, scissel. -bldt- 
fere pi brasses, -baafe tin (box;. 

eiitgulb refined gold. 

©litriyaninter great hammer for beating wrought 
-iron into plates, -fftfttt sheettiron) forge, -in» 
flmntent brass wind-instrument. 

Olitte vi glance: (om (&iani) twinkle, shine, 
(6øfD) lighten. -t-Slifte o -r, fe fiaiet c. 

©littrnfXttøer tin-man, tinker, -i n tinning. 

©litlataal tin-pot, dipper, -ntager c -e, fe -fmeb. 
-ntlyat, »mønt bracteate. -iilabe tinned iron plate. 
-faI9 plate-shears, -fnteb tin-smith, white-smith. 

SUtfkiOe a cahn, stirless; bet bleb ^ it fell a 
dead calm; — n a dead calm. 

8Iltf«fo lightened silver. 

-eiilltfl tin articles, -balfebmrt rolling mill. 
-oarer tin- ware. 

©linb a blind; ben -e the blind man (woman); 
be -e the blind; græbe fig . cry one's eyes out; 
.for blind to; .paa bet ene {Sje blind of an 
eye; . 9((arm f^^e alarm; gøre . Ulaxm raise a 
flEklse alarm; -t 9Ingreb feigned attack; . i)ør 
blank r(. mock door; . ®abe blind alley; labe et 
Øebær -t load a gun with a blank charge; . ^øne 
lan ogfoa ftnbe rt S^om a blind man may hit the 
mark; . ftarlig^eb fond love; -e ftltpper, @Iær, 
»rag sunken rocks, shelves, wrecks; . fiomme 
simulated pocket; - fitjbigjeb implicit obedience; 
> fiQffe mere chance; . vlalfec^ ben -e S9lanb the 



blind man, dummy; fptOe meb ~ 9K. play dummy; 
. »aSfager stow-away; t 6Iub blank shot: . 
ZiQib^ Zro implicit confidence, &ith; -t »inbue 
mock el. wall-eyed window; — blinbt adt, - 
ben blindly, heedlessly: enber -t has no outlet. 
»Unblb^ fe obfr. Olinble: i .. in the dark, 
blindfolded; fig blindly, heedlessly, -e ^. e 
spritsail; fe -eting, -e vt blind. *-(e)(ertcI blind 
mole. 

OHnbe|(nf blind man's buff, hoodman- blind, 
blind Harrv. -goffel ^ sprit-sail gaflf. -|»flpital 
blind hospital, asylum for the bund, -iawtnt 
educational establishment for the blind, -mank 
fe blinb Vlattn. -raa spritsail yard, -taoaøf 
spri tsail-y ard arm. 

81inbe'r|e vt, mil bUnd. -ing o blinding; 
blind, blindage, mantlet. 

»Hnbelfl^båtaøt^fSpritsaU sheet knot, -tribfe 
spritsail topping-lift. 

»(iabennbermfningen the education of the 
blind. 

8({nb|f«bt a bom blind. -l|eb c blindness, 
cecity. Oliabiag c blinding, »linbiag e -er 
(Xømr) dowel(-pin); arch facing: «o cleg, Chrp- 
•tip« cascutien». »littb|l«b buying a pig in a 
poke. -lanterne, -ll)«te dark lantern, -moa^ 
f e b U n b Vtaftet. -mnl blind rat, Spalax typhlut. 
-ramate blind frame, -fliit blindfold play, 
-fpifler (®faf) blindfold player, -tana blind 
gut. -trnt blind tooling, -trot ground, -ainbar 
fe »Ilnb. 

*OUnofe ct* squint. 

OUnt n, pi «. glimpse, gleam, (af fit^nilb, 6Cub) 
flash, (meb øjnene) twinkle. *8unt o -et bnll'a 
eye, the white. 81lnl|e vi gleam, twinkle» 
glimmer, (meb jCjnene) blink, twinkle; - ab wink 
at. -en c twinkling etc. -er e -e mil skirmisher. 
-fl|r revolving el. intermiuing light; fe »laalbd; 
. meb »luft revolving light with flashes, -fur« 
flage blue light holder, -fjinbe nictitating mem- 
brane. *-fIlrtter dead shot, -e-aid ado fe Ølimt*. 
••je c blinker, blinkard. -«jet a blinking. 

-»-Slire rt, fe »lire. 

»(id' ck n blaze, -anb widgeon. Ana» peme- 
lope, -bne blazed pigeon, -falb a f disguised 
in liquor, foggy, -gaad white-fronted goose» 
AnAcr »tlbi/ron». -Ifilie common coot, /Wica 
atra »lidfet a blazed, with a blaze on .the 
forehead; fe -fulb. 

»lifter e common hake, JfeWitcotu« vulgaris. 

»aner M (^laflet) bUster. 

*»liftre ct fe ^loflte. 

»lia n, poet command. 

Otiae, bleb, bleoet vt (^jalpeb. t. »a«fib) be 
(bleo etftet was loved ofb.); (fotblioe) stay, stop, 
remain, tarry; (Ooergang til en anben Xil^onb, 
©tiding) become, (plubfelig et. uanet ODerooag) 
turn, (fun beb Vbj.) grow, get (bet fibfte ogf. m. 
%axt.)\ (betegnenbe Qutuium) shall el. will be; 
(opflaa) arise, ensue, come on; (omtomme, nabni. 
tilføe) perish, be lost; blib ^er tarry el. stay here; 
^Dot længe bleo bu bet? how long did you stop 
there? ^an er og -r en Wot he is a fool and ever 
will be (to the end of the chapter); - fiaaenbe 
continue el. remain standing; . fianbmanb, 9Hlt* 
tat, ftøbmanb, Snte, tigger ofo. become a larmer, 
a soldier, a merchant, a widow, a beggar: • 
ftonge become king; , gonæbet turn (a) traitor, 
. ^rotefiant, ftriflen turn protestant, Christian; 
~ bleg (blegne) turn pale; . fur turn sour; ~ rig, 
fattig ofb. grow, get, become rich, poor etc.: - 
oreb grow, get el. be angry; blio i!!e breb don't 
be angry; . ftjg fall sick; bet t fent it is growing 
late; bet -t ti ^alet it makes ten dollars; |eg -t 
20 %ax t røotgen J shall be twenty years to-morrow; 
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bet? when is it to be? ber hltv et Uoejc a storm 
came on; bee b(eb en ifbrbarSIenbe Xaod^ an 
omioons silence ensned; <Bub faøbe: borbeSqft 09 
bft B(eb 21^ God said. Let there be light, and 
there was light; 500 Vtanh bleb paa iBalplobfen, 
t 6Iaget five hundred men were left on the field, 
fell in the action; ber bleb ilfe noøet af (bet) it 
came to nothing, was given up; ^bor -r ffcm af? 
what is he about? ^oor er f^an blebett af? what 
has become of him? ^bor er min Sog bteben af? 
where is my book got (el. gone) to? ~ af meb 
(tabe) lose, (. fri for) get rid of, (affatte) dispose 
of; .borte (ubeblibe) stay away, absent one's 
self, (tabe«) be loet, disappear, . efter be left 
behind; &11 behind, hang back; .fra shun. 
eschew; blio miø fra Stbet stand off; for at . I 
£iøKeIfen to carry out the metaphor; bibl ^bo 
font -r t Bom whosoerer abldeth in him; . iøen 
remain, be left; (ab bet . imellem oi let us 
keep it between ourselves; bette -r imrOem oi 
this is to go no ftirther; . ober tarry, be delayed; 
fe Oberblioe; -til (nt) become, (fomme til Serben) 
come into existence el. life; . til ^i, ®ten ofb. 
turn to ice, stone; . til intet come to et. end in, 
nothing; før iBf (ergene blebe ti( before the moun- 
tains were brought forth; .tilbage remain, be 
left; - ube stay el. stop out; . (flaaenbe)bcb(nt) 
persist in, adhere el. stick to, abide by, fmeb nt) 
go on. proceed, with; blib beb go on; . beb at 
oontinne to; bet -r beroeb it is agreed el. deter- 
mined; bet Meb iffe berbeb that was not all, the 
matter did not stop there; bet er bfeben beb ;U9ftet 
it has remained a promise unfulfilled; bleb flabig 
beb at goa kept moving; (ob bet . beb Zrubfelen 
confincNd himself to the threat; alt b(eb beb bet 
ffltale everything went on as before; — bfioenbe 
a lasting, permanent; bibl bt babe ber itfe en . 
6tab here have we no continuing city. 9Iibe|« 
tcfe permanent abode; %tøtt maa faa« paa -et the 
seed must be sown on the spot where it is to 
grow, -tlb stay. 

9(0b n blood; (ubgbbt, flørfnet) gore; ubgbbe . 
shed blood; et ungt . a youngster, a damsel; 
rob font et . scarlet; fstte onbt . make bad blood, 
breed ill-blood; -et er albrig faa tijnbt, bet er io 
tqffere enb Sanb blood is always thicker than 
water; close sits my shirt, but closer my skin; 
-eti Soanb the ties of blood; en $rin8 af -et a 
prince of the blood (royal); en 9)lanb af l^ibfiat . 
a hot-headed, hot-tempered man; ftoa IBanb t -et 
be oool; fbemme i . swim, welter in blood; bet 
liggfr i -et it is bred in the bone; er goaet bem i 
-et has become their second nature; fstte en 
Bttat i -et give one a fdght; ^an9 . fom i l^og 
his blood was up; meb lolbt . in cold blood; 
ban tfox foaet . paa Xanb he has tasted blood; 

Een til -9 draw blood of one: mit . bleb til 
my blood ran cold. — Sloblaare vein, -aavt» 
b venal blood, -aarebrot fe -brof. -aotefnitlft 
varix. -«føaiiii loss of blood, -aoer bibl field 
of blood, t-aue vel red murrain, -aitfamlitia 
accumulation of blood, -ø^ptifiu blood-red 
orange, -bab carnage, slaughter, massacre. 
•bcb«net a covered with blood, -t-beflirgtet a 
related by blood. -brf|»r«ttat, -beflivnrt, -be« 
fibfet a bespattered, sullied with blood, fig 
blood-stained -betftubetfe phlebitis, -blanbet 
a mixed with blood, t-blegn red pustule, -brof 
hematocele. '^mUnpti the Bloody Wedding. 
•br«fii{ng vomiting of blood, -bnie, -bl)lb an- 
thrax, »btg bloody beech, »baab blood-baptism. 
•ban«elfe sanguification, -battneabe a blood 
-making, sanguigenous. -bctiner e -e sangnifier. 
-bo« sentence of death -braabe f' ^lobft«. 
•brb|iye«be a dripping with blood, -eg scarlet 
otik, , Querem ooccinea. -faiic red flag, -faroe 



c blood-red colour, -faroe vt stain el. dye with 
blood, -famet a blood-stained, ensanguined. 
-fattig a bloodless, anæmic; [t.] excessively poor. 
-fattigbo« bloodlessness, anæmia, exsanguinity. 
-ferffeit nectarine, -flenbe, -fieabe deadly et. 
mortal foe. -flM 4, red flag, -flob hemorrhage; 
bibl issue of blood, -forgiftclfe, -foraiftafim 
blood-poisoning, pyæmia. -fronbe bloody foam. 
-ftigl, fe «obfllsrt. -falb, -ftilbbeb fe rig. -f«< 
teitbe a sanguiferous, -ganf dysentery, blood 
•flux; bibl the issue of blood, -aentiitg bloody 
deed, -gertia, -orifl. -gertigb*^ 1« -torflig, -torft. 
-beflfe^lDb«'. -btbfeitbe a blood-heaUng. -birfe 
cock's foot finger- grass, Pmicum »caiffuinale. 
-bofte coughing up of blood, -bitnb blood-hound ; 
fig bloody tyrant, -bø^tt revenge for bloodshed. 
-birbner avenger of blood. Olobig a (i aQe 9et.) 
bloody; (blobbcfubtet) gory; fe -torftTa; en - ttamp 
a sanguinary struggle; SRaria ben -e Bloody Mary; 

— adv -t: b«bne ftg -t take a bloody revenge. 
9(ob|igIe leech, Hirudo. -lafbid bloodstone. 
-fage crassament. -far blood-vessel. -livteC 
ductless gland. -flaiiM» dot of blood. -tUber 
crimson clover, Trifolium inoam'Mtum. -loagler 
pi ooagula. -loitgefHoacr pi congestions, -fob 
cupping glass; fatte -ber cup. -lorat isis. -font^ 
•tagle globule of the blood, -fnt animal char- 
coal, -legene blood corpuscle, -tub blood-lye. 
-litbfalt (gult) potassio ferrocyanide, (robt) po- 
tassic ferricyanide. -(u9 American blight, Apki» 
lanigera. -Mb fe -omiob. -(«9 a bloodless, -tod» 
beb bloodlessness, exsanguinity. -mabbite fe 
-orm. -ntaltnina, *-mcIniiitg blood-milking. 
-manb man of blood, blood-shedder. -mattgel 
fe -fattigbom. -madfe mass of blood, -memiefte 
fe -manb. -mibe tick, Ixodea. -owUb circulation 
of the blood, -obiaf^nittg vomiting of blood. 
-obftewMing venous hyperæmia. -orm larva of 
a midge, CMrontmuf. -oberfttlbniRfi hyperæmia. 
-beitge blood-money, 6t6/ the price of blood. 
*'plMtt rudiments of feathers, 'pii hæmatnria. 
'put bloody stain. -bCettet a blood-stahied, 
spotted with blood, -bvid exorbitant price, 
-bvob thrombus, »p^t, -b«( pool of blood. -b^Ife 
blood-pudding, black pudding, -regn rain of 
blood, -renfeabe a that purifies the blood; 

- røibbet abluent, detergent, -ret sanguinary 
court. -tIbS red-flowered currant, Ribe9 mntfui- 
neum. -rig a plethoric, -rigbcb e plethora, 
plethory, fiiUness of blood, -rob septfoll, tor- 
mentil, -røb a blood-red, (om SRøbme) scarlet. 

8(ob9|braabe drop of blood; til fibfte . to the 
last drop of my blood; ftrifH - fuchsia: ber er 
iffe en gob . { f^am there is not a particle of 
good in him. -forbaabt, -fræabe blood relation, 
-forbaabtffab, -fraabfYab consanguinity, -befl, 
'koppt blood-horse, -mare. 

eio'blfYam incest; i - incestuously. -ffab 
lumbago; fe -ubtrabe.fe. -ffblb (6trofffb!bipbeb for 
uboft eiob) blood-guiltiness; ((Irorbrbbeire, fom 
flraffe« p. Sibet) capital crime, -ffblbig a, bibl 
bloody, -flaaber c -e incestuous person, -flæabe' 
riff a incestuous, -faiittet a blood-stained, -fottig 
a dysenteric, -fbat blood-spavin, -fbor track 
of blood, -fbraagt a blood-shot, -fbbtaiag 
spitting of blood, hemoptysis, -fbieabing fe 



HRibbel. «fraft styptic, styptidty. -Hjflert fe JHob». 
-ftraale jet of blood. -ftHbe, -ftvime (black and 
blue) weal, -fhr^m stream et. current of blood. 
-ftb^^ittø violent hemorrhage, (fra Siomobrcen) 
flooding, -floaft fe -beftanlt. Olobdabgbbetfe 
bloodshed, efiHision of blood, -t-^loblfage vt 
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vampirism, -f »a«i|p bleeding cancer, •føeb bloody 
sweat, -ftiitlfl varlz. -ftygboni disease of the 
blood, -fijttb, \t -fttjlb. grievous sin. -fttftem 
circulation. -fonifiiiMg hypostasis, -«^ftfie v% 
sully in blood, -tat loss of blood, hemorrhage, 
-tr« blood-wood. Hæmutuxvlum. -tørH blood- 
thirstiness. -tørfHg a bloodthirsty, sanguinary, 
bloody-minded. -vbtrttkrlfe, -«itkertofeiihid 
extravasation of blood, -«btømnielfe fe -tab. 
-«nberUim a livid, -««g a [t.] very young. 
-oalle, -tiaitb serum, -»afwe blood-heat, •»eb 
\t -tttt. -»ibMC martyr, -»ørte ambury. -»«blfe 
liquor sanguinis, plasma. t-#nt blood-eagle. 
-«fie Am< Bloody-Axe. 

91et' c -fe ri Vim.; oøf. 6uofl^, 6fat))tetterv 
^atte* 00 ^) block, (fun ttcmohi, Søminec) log; 
(WlmiSfeO alms-box; (Sromageift) boot-tree; fatte 
paa • tree; ^ ~ om • block and block, chock 
-a-block. 

Øleta'be c -r blockade; brtibe -it run e(. break 
the b. -tntb breach of blockade, -triibet 
blockade-runner, -fart^ blockading vessel 
(0. ft.) -tilflanb a state of blockade. 

9(ot|irf(aø ^ block-strapping. -(Ill pig-lead. 



-iaa block-book. 

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Biofe'lre vt blockade, block up, typ turn, 
-ring o -et blockade. 

9ioflforiaitbt block bond, old English bond, 
-bfitl wheel made of a single piece of wood. 
-Qitd log-house, mil block-house; ^ shell -id 
block ice. -farm bond-timbers. 91atte vt (op) 
put on the block, stretch. 

^91of(fe)ittv fe Vlo\eb9Ue. 

Øløttebrefer, 9(ef|niager blockmaker. -«agte 
pin for the sheave of a block. -Ipexge money 
collected in a poor-box. -^øft Oacnb.) block 
-system, -faø pit-saw. 

9(ofiif ttvg : 0ib bu fab paa . I wish you (were) 
at Jericho 

9i0t|fHi block-ship, hulk. -ffUie sheave. -Hen 
unhewn stone, -flf onrt tail of a block. -H« block 
-tin. -trin curtail-step. 'tttt, -tømmer unhewn 
wood el. timber, -øøg« truck, drag, -øieg log- 
wall, -»«rt blocks. 

9(øm|taal catiliflower, Bnmioa botrvtu, (fRet) 
cauliflowers, -farfe Indian cress. 

*fllomme e fe ^omme. 

9lømme e -t (i 9(Ea) yolk; poet ■> «(omfi; fepe 
font -It { et i(S9 live in clover. 

9lømme o -i (^nigt) plum; gtøit . green gage; 
gul . mirabelle; t»ilb . bullace plum, -møg rob 
of plums, -^ttnge (p. Xtcttc) bladder-plums. 

Olommet a flowered, sprigged. 

91ømmetrtt plum-tree, Prunu» domeHica; oilbt 
. bullace. 

9(omraabbeii a rotten to the core, thoroughly 
putrifled. 

9lom1l e -er flower (ogf. fie) blossom, (fBIom* 
firing) bloom; (t ittble o. I.) core; (^arenS) tail; 
^ugttTserne ftoa i . the fhiit-trees are in blos- 
som el. bloom. 

tSlomflet n, pi », fe 9Iomfi. 

91omfler|aitf<eg parterre of flowers, -ioiie 
flowery path, -bcb flower-bed. -begottia flower- 
ing begonia, -blab (llton') petal; (9(ab oeb d. 
meaem IBlomflei) floral leaf, -børb flower-stand. 
-b«fct nosegay, bouquet, -bviib fe ^gtbunb. 
•b«fl flowering shrub, •haatx calyx, -bttiit 
garden-frame. -ba( flowery vale, -bavnelfe flori- 
flcation. -bragt flowery-garb, -biift fiagranoe 
el. scent of flowers, -bnfl (en oi« -ftanb) thyrse; 
fe -bnfet. -blygtig a floriferous. -biyr s*l anthozoa. 
-b||rtMi«g culture of flowers, floriculture, -btttte 
perianth, -elfffer lover of flowers, -evg flowery 
mead, -fabrifavt maker of artificial flowers. 



-feft floral fete, -flor show of flowers. -Use 
syrphus. -fr« flower-seed, -nfttlb a fe -rig. 
-gartner florist, -gfag flower-vase, -grtn flower- 
ing branch, -groet a covered with flowers, 
flowery, -amlii^c group of flowers, -gnbinbe 
goddess of flowers, Flora. -|anb(er ntirsersrman, 
florist, -lyanblerfre flower-seller, -fpaøe flower 
-garden, -lolber nosegay-vase, -^i greenhouse, 
-iimget garland of flowers, -f ørb garden-mould, 
-fait calyx, -fenber florist, -t-floffe flower-bell. 
-(flange cluster of flowers, -tfttbe vt deck with 
flowers. -tno|p flower-bud. -tøft nosegay, -franå 
garland, wreath ei. (ont 6ooebet) chaplet of 
flowers; -trone corol, corolla, -tnr» basket of 
flowers; ^ head, -fnorter fe -anlsg. -flinkig 
u skilled in the knowledge of flowers. -lr|e 
flowery couch, flowery bed; ^ receptacle. -Umte 
poft chain of flowers, -tog flower-root, flower 
-bulb. -Ui a flowerless. *-maa«eb May. -malar 
flower-painter, -maleri flower-painting, -f-mnlct 
a painted with flowers, -mel fe -ftop. -|rige 
flower-girl, -^inb prop. -|plan(e fe -Pæflt; phane- 
rogamous plant, -^øtte flower-pot. -Iiragt, -|pri^ 
flowery pride, -^rlibet a decked with flowers, 
-regn rain of flowers, -rig a flowery, -rlge 
floral kingdom. -r«r Indian shot, Oaima. -fom* 
ling anthology, -grater flower-work, -fteft 
peduncle, -ftebe spath. -fmiytfet a fe -)>ti)bet. 
•fnor garland of flowers, -fllrog language of 
flowers, floral language, -fianb inflorescence. 
-fHIt flower-stalk, peduncle, -tot prop, -fhr« vt 
strew with flowers. -Ulitte flower-pieoe. -toraget 
stem. -ft«P pollen. -tolPnng anther, -fcrlger' 
inbe flower-girl, -tegning drawing of flowers, 
-tib flowering season, -tor» flower-maricet. 
•tra^^c flower-stand el. -stage, -tornipe carpet 
of flowers. -nbfliØing flower-show, -nr flower 
-clock, -øafe flower- vase, -øen lover of flowers. 
-ørimmel profusion of flowers, -btttgt flowering 
•plant, -»«rt flower-work, -«je flower-bud, 
flower-eye. 

91omft|re vi flower, blossom, bloom, blow, 
fip (florere) flourish; . af go out of flower, -ren 
e fe -ring, -renbe part fe oofc.; a (fpottenbe, om 
Ubfeenbe og 6tiO florid; (floretenbe) flotirishing; 
en ung . ^e a young blooming girl; i brn . 
Wber in the flower of age. -ret a flowered, 
-ring o flowering etc. -ringgtib flowering season; 
fig flourishing age. 

91ønb a fair, Dair-haired, fiOr-oomplezloned, 
blonde. 91ønber pl (Silf^) blond-lace; (ægte) 
thread edging-lace: fuagte; cotton edging-lace. 
Ølønbine c -r fair girl, blonde. 

9Ioomerid'mc c bloo'merism. 

91ot' a bare, naked; (bar, lutter) mere, pure, 
sheer; meb . fiooeb, -te 9 en bare-headed, bare 
-legged; en . Raarbe a naked sword; ft meb -te 
Pine see with the naked eye; meb -te ^ontbec 
with his bare hands; tio en paa ^nl -te Orb 
believe one's bare word; ben -te Xante at the 
bare idea that; af . VMtante trom mere suspi- 
cion; ^ for ^enge destitute of money; gibe fig . 
expose el. commit one's self, lay one's self open. 
Vlot adv only, merely, but, (meb 9tBh) barely, 
(ene og alene) solely; itfe . not only, not merely; 
naat . so that, if only. 

tSlø't n sacriflcial banquet. -boOe sacrlflcial 
bowl. 91ote vt Sl i sacrifice, make a saorifloe 
(to the heathen gods). 

-t-9l0t'l»eb e bareness, nakedness. 91øtl«gge 
vt expose (to view), lay bare. 

tt)lo'tmanb heathen worshipper. 

9l0tfHlle vt expose. 

9Iotte vt (gøre bar) bare, denude, lay bare; . 
^ooetiet uncover (one's head); meb -t éobeb un- 
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Sfinbrt was stripped to the skin; -t foe destitute 
A, devoid of; -t for a\ ^ligtfslelfe lost to all sense 
of duty; . fiø fot ^^Qt come short of money, 
leave one's self without money; • et Sanb for 
^nb^øgrre depopulate a country; . fin Uoibm^eb 
betray one's ignorance; ~ eni Uoiben^eb expose 
one's ignorance; . fig expose one's self. •Ife e 
-t baring etc.; destitution; betrayal; exposure. 
Qltttet|(b e nudity; want. 

91« e shame, bashfulness. t9f« a fe 911) a. 
9f«e(fe e shame. 8(«eft vd blush, be ashamed. 
{loet, over at for). 91m|f«v'big a bashftil, modest, 
coy. -fier'Mtlet o bashAilness, modesty, coy- 
ness, padlcity. 

ØfttortH' e -er florist. 

8l«sb n & e, pi (+) a, wink, snatch of sleep, 
nap; faa fiø et . take a nap; *3on et. ^oaten . 
the dustman. 8t««be vi nap, dose, slumber. 
9f««b€« e dozing, slumbering, nap. 

*9I««te tn wink; Aq flinch (for from). 

9tM9' n, pi ■>, (?iaUt\) torch, flambeau, link; 
(31b) blaze, flash, flame; ^ flash; ftonoe fial oeb 
• spear eels by torchlight; meb . paa SNitb with 
rosy el. glowing cheeks; F ^n ^ar . paa Qampm 
he is mellow. 

Øtafc e -r 8mock-fh>ck, blouse, blowse. -for* 
lUebe pinafore, -tjele morning gown, -tliebt a 
bloosed. -n«bte, -monib pi blouses. 

HUif'eC c shame; (ftsitSb.) genitals pi, bibl 
nakedness. 

91«»'|f1|7 flashlight, -ilb blazing fire, -foil' 
tfnie, -llyfltc flash pan. 

*l^tm\9m a bashiul. 

OIttå'|v#^ a fiery red, flaming red. 9Itt9fe vi 
blaze, flame; (i tlnflotet) glow, bum: prov make 
booflrea; . op flare up, leap up, Jiø flre (up). 
Qlm^fc« e blazing etc. 9(«ifeitbe a blazing 
etc.; hXttt • røb blushed to the roots of her 
hair. 

91^ a bashfta, coy, retiring. 

911| n lead; af . leaden; toefk meb . lead, 
-ttte vein of lead, -acetat plumbic acetate, 
-aatig a resembling lead, plumbeous. 

iHl|a«t e (og n) -er OJHiteral) plumbage, black 
•lead; (iBllyantipen) (black-) lead-pencil, -dhte 
red cedar, Juntperu» Virginiana. -|ø(beY port 
•crayon. -9Mgel black-lead crucible, -fpibfe? 
pencil-pointer. 

mt9imi»\ptm, -fttft fe 9ItHmt; (Slør) pencil-case. 
-tveg pencil-stroke, pencil-mark. -teg«iitt pencil 
-drawing. 

9lly|ar§e|ke plumbery, -otiejbev plumber. 
-aftc lead-aahes. -ciMMSlev minium, -ebbife 
vinegar of lead, -ett« lead ore. -favue leaden 
colour, -fcmet a lead-coloured, -forgiftving 
lead-poisoning. 

•^9l9f «rbifieb f e Slufftrbig^b. *91lm a bashfhl. 

919' I glAii» lead-glance, galena, -glad l.-glass. 
-glaf«? l.-g1azing. -fliette, -gtob litharge, -graa 
u leaden, -gvmie lead-mine. 

*9II|'flf tm u bashftil. *91l|g'fel a bashfblness. 

9Ii»lg«ft yellow lead. -|at F ^rick in the 
hat, p tight case. 

9Ilp|eb e basbftilness. 

9l9|lp0lbit a leaded. -Iitiibt white-lead, ceruse; 
Møe meb . white-lead. -Inibtfolkie white oint- 
ment -|9brosl|b plumbic hydrate. -|l|lfler 
leaden coating. »Ii^ttt house for smelting lead 
ne. t-ilte oxide of lead. -i«bfat«iita leads (of 
a window), -jsbib iodide of 1. -fall oxide of 
l -famaief 1. -chamber. -Horib chloride of lead. 
-tIm«M^ lump of lead, -telil 1. -colic, bellon. 
-htmat pltunbic cromate, o. of lead, -htgle 
bollet, -lob plump, plummet, -malm fe -ertt. 
•«Ive fe -grube, -autit 1. coin, -monrfe 1. tally. 
-aitrtt plumbic nitrate, -onevilte, -sbevosiib 



peroxide of i., plumbic p. -es9b oxide of 1., 
plumbic oxide, -»labe 1. plate, -plafter dia- 
chylum plaster, -plombe l.tally. -pnlbev 1. 
powder, -rot glazier's vice, -ritlle roll of 1. 
-r«g 1. fUme. -fait fe futter. -fa«b a kind of 
grey heath-sand, -fegl leaden seal. -ftr«e fe 
•rot. -ftttm fe -plsb. -i«or plumb line. 

•i-9Ilifoni a. -|eb c, fe 91b, -l^b. 

9I9'|fpat fe tromat. -fpife lead-spelss. -Hoiig 
1. bar; balancing-pole. 

*9l9ftre vi whistle. 

9l9'|fiUiber plumber. -lUberi plumbery. -f«tter 
sugar el. salt of lead, sal Satumi. -fvlfat 
plumbic sulphate. -fMt pi lead nails, plumber's 
nails, -tog 1. soof, leads, -tamp life-preserver. 
-table plate of lead, -traab 1. wire, -tr« arbor 
Satumi -tririe 1. Jacket. -ttt«g heavy as lead, 
leaden, -ttttter plumber. -ba«b Goulard's ex- 
tract. -piMbe fe -rot. -Pitriol fe -mlfat. -»«gt 
leaden weight. -Ponrt lead mine. 

9Iirbe vt strip off the leaves of. 

9laKb)e et (om ^iort) troat, bell; (om -fager) 
imitate the cry of the female roedeer. 

9lttt n ink; tlart fom « clear as mud. -agtig 
a inky. -Hft fe -fptutte. -flafte ink-bottle, -bom 
-bttB inkhom, inkstand, (i et 6toleborb) well. 
9Iiefre vt ink; . fig til black one's self with 
ink. 9(ief mat -flat spot el. blot of ink. -Iflante 
New-Zealand ink-plant, Coriaria thyinifolia. 
-plet ink-stain, ink-blot. -piUper ink-powder. 
•fnurer scribbler, oulll-driver. -fprvt -fpmtte 
cuttle-fish, squid, -tift indelible pencil. -f«gev 
blotting pad, inkpad. 

*9(««me c r, fe 9Iegn. -flaal fe 9Icer^. 

*91anite / 1 (Xraer) blaze. 

91««ter o -e skirmisher, eclaireur. 

91ttre -r (£uft) bubble; (9abfe) blister, 
vesicle; (Uriii') bladder; (t ^cem, Staal) flaw, 
blister, (i QbXai) bleb; (9erfoii) bnigger, boaster, 
strutter. 91«re fig vr swagger, vaunt; talk big 
el. high, -agtig a vesicular, -bctonibelfe in- 
flammation of the bladder, cystitis, -(«ft fe 
-boelg. -bttger winter cherry, alkekengi, Phwali» 
Aikekmoi. -balg, -bttOe bladder-senna, Colutea 
arhorwcen». -bannet a vesicular, -fob thrips. 
-fri a flawless, -f^bbebe physopoda; (^nf.) 
læmodipoda. -gmd gravel, -grbnt sap-grt^en. 
-bali neck of the bladder. -l|oldtirtel prostate. 
-xatarrli catarrh of the bladder, vesical c, uys- 
tirrhæa. -t(#r fe -tong. -toral Sertularia. -nbb 
bladder-nut, Siaphylea. -orm hydatid, Echino- 
oooom; fe ftoæfe, Zinte. 9Ittreri' n braggardism, 
rodomontado. 9lftre|tob bladder-wort, Utri- 
cmluria. -rofen oedematous erysipelas, -mm 
vesicular cavity. -fm«lbe catch-fly, SiUneimflata. 
•fiiegl, -fnette wood-digger, Bulla, -flaal blister 
-steel, -flar bladder sedge, Carex vtncaria, 
-ften stone e(. calculus in the bladder, -fntter 
scum sugar, -firl crested seal, Cytto/oru cri- 
9tata. 91ftret a vesicular, bladdery. 91ttre|tang 
sea-wrack, varec, Fucu» veaicultmu. -tr« fe 
-bælg. -trttttenbe a epispastic, vesicatory, blister- 
ing; .. SRibbel vesicant, vesicatory, epispastic. 

9Iftfe, -te, -t, vt & i blow, - flætlt blow hard; 
. 9alb^om play the bora; . en 9rilte (i ^m) 
huff a man; lobe fig . stand the huff; bet -fte 
ficertt i 9tot it was a high wind to-night; jeg r 
ob ^m^ ieg -r ^am et Stbtte, . oare meb ffam a 
ilg for him, I don't care a pin for him; • af 
blow off; fe «fblæfe; bet -r af Cflen it blows from 
the East; > bort blow el. carry away, be blown 
el. carried away; bet oar fom -^ bort there was 
no trace of it to be seen; -r 9inben fra ben 
ftant! oho! that's what you want; . iXrompeten 
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blow down, overtom; • op blow up, inflate; 
bet -fte op it came on to blow; . paa ^Ujte 
play on tho flute; • ti( ^Iben blow the fire; 
.til Vngreb sound the charge; -nbe ^nftru« 
ment wind Instrument; bet et font -ft it is as 
clean as a new penny. -(o(b balloon. -Iiirlo 
(pair of) bellows. «Ipitl (goalen«) blow-hole. 
-iiiftntiiieitt wind-instrument. -mafHne met blow- 
ing-engine; (til ttoxn) winnowing-machine. -n e 
fe iBIadning. -pibe glass-blower's pipe. 9(ttfere 
pi, mu9 brass(es), wind-players. 9ittU\t$t blow- 
pipe. -Peittil snifting-valve. 9(«9iti«g e blow- 
ing. fditt% c wind, blast, blowing weather; 
gøte ~ (af) brag, boast (of), make a ftiss (about), 
VfttfHirfr blowing weather. 

8Ub a (mobf. ^arb og /h) soft; (om loner, 
€pcog) sweet; -t 6finb soft, smooth, delicate skin; 
- %tnq\ s , mellow fhiit; -e ^roet s , mellow, 
delicate colours; -t ®emqt gentle disposition; -t 
fjerte tender heart; bltoe . om ^fertet fbel one's 
heart touched; . at føle paa soft to the touch 
9Ub c: lagge i . soak, steep; lagge fit ^ooeb t 
. cudgel el. rack one's brains, -ag'ttg a effemi- 
nate, enervated, -ag'tigg^re vi effeminate, ener- 
vate, -ag'tioo^relfr e enervation, -ag'tiglirb 
c effeminacy, »blir pulpy animal, mollusk, fdiéht 
c (©Uge) drenching shower (of rain). 9Ube, -te, 
-t vt soak, steep, (opløfe) macerate; — vi ^ wet. 

©Ube. -te, -t vi bleed (ogf. fig.); - fig f^iel 
bleed to death. 

•i-9(«b{eUø adv softly. -e(fe o soaking, mace- 
ration. 

9Ube« c bleeding. 9Ubetc p^ persons suffer- 
ing fk-om hemophilia. 0(«berf9abeiii hemo- 
philia. 

9W%\^nntfiJtt malacopteryglans. -fiitiiet a 
soft-finned, -fifl (mobf. tørret) fresh fish. •§«€ 
vt soften, mollify, -gtrett c softening, -gtrettbe 
a emollient. «Iieb c softness; - i ^ietnen soften- 
ing of the brain. -Ifertet a soft el. tender 
•hearted; t cowardly. •l)fertet|eb o softhearted- 
ness. -l)«bet a smooth- el. soft-skinned, -fagt 
a soft-boiled, -labeii, -f-lig a softish. -stttlfet a 
easily milked, -mnnket a soft- el. tender-mouthed . 
•niMiiketlifb c tender mouth. QU'bite vt & i 
soften. 

9U biiiita e bleeding. 9UbMi«o9fcft bleeding. 

Sto'^flallet a soft-shelled, malacostracous. 
•ff iitbet a fe -^ubet. -f^ben fe -togt; fig imbecile, 
sottish, maudlin. *-t{flel fe 6binemalf. -kiekbet 
a soft-wooded. 

9o vi live, dwell, reside; . til Seie live in 
lodgings; . til Seje ^08 en lodge with one; ~ 
fammen cohabit, f (om ftammerotet) chum to- 
gether; bu -t fmuTt ^er you are nicely lodged 
here; jeg -t meget billigt the rent is cheap; leg 
beb ifle 9bob bet -r i ^m I don't know what is 
in him. 9o e (9oIig) abode, fatte, fofte . settle, 
establish one's self. 80 n -et Onbbo) furniture; 
((tftetlabenftab) estate; banS . et fotfeglet his 
effects are sealed up; flbbe i uftiftet . retain 
undivided possession of the estate of a person 
deceased; fe Cpgibe. 

Ooa c -et (ogfaa ^eKttabe) boa. 

fdoai Boaz. 

Sobi'lne c -t bobbin. •Met' n bobbinet. 

f6ohlt c -t bubble. 8o((e vi bubble, -n c 
bubbling. 

OoboreO'e e -t fe Øfatebaget. 

99d$t strong Bavarian beer. 

Sob c (Bebring) amendment, correction; (ØfMgt) 
penance; (9«be) fine, mulct, penalty; * (Sop) 
patch; taobe ^ paa remedy, correct, amend; 
gøte . do penance; ibomme en en flor .. fine 
one heavily; (obebe « og Sebting promised to 
turn over a new leaf. 



Oob c -et (t^iaiebob) booth, stall; (iButtt> shop; 
Infte fin .. shut up (shop). -Mft counter, -toremg 
shop-boy. 

9obe«f« Lake Constance. 

Oobfttr'big a penitent, repentant, contrite. 
•I|eb c penitence, repentance, contrition. 

«øbife fe «ubbife. 

9ø'b(eje shop-rent. 

Oobmeri' n bottomry; laane $enge p. . take 
money on b., (ubiaane) advance money on b. 
-attefl oertlflcate of b. •bren biU of b. -beMttr 
borrower on b. -ferbrUg b. claim (0. fl.) 
•glper, -frebitar lender on b. Awm b. loan, 
-pvimiie b. premium, -ft' e -tt, fe -ftebttor. 
-tooer fe -bebttot. 

9o'b9| (og 9ebe)baa day of prayer and repen^ 
ance -fttngfrl penltentiaiy. -gr«b degree of 
penance. -pvttbttcMt preacher of repentance. 
-pVAbife« penitential sermon, sermon on re- 
pentance, -falwe penitential psalm, -frførtc 
hah*-shirt. 

eo'bf»e«b shopman. 

9o'bd|triii fe -grab. ««Pelfe penitential exer- 
cise, act of moraflcation. 

^0oe fe ^aae. 

9oeitf fe 9øf. 

Oofafl a established. 

9øfifl c -et puck-fist, puck-ball, Lveoperdom 
hovinti. 

t©ø8 [ao] c, pi =, (©øgefniot) mast. 

8og [aa] e, pi tBøgetbook; liben ~ booklet; en 
^ $apit a quire of paper; éogernef . the Book 
of books; tale fom en . talk like a book, talk like 
print; fe Suffet; ieg ^at !^m ifle i mine Oøaet your 
name is not on my books; ^olbe. bet keep an 
account of; føte til ~(«) book, enter in a book d. 
on the books, make an entry of; ftaa til •• for 
be booked for; bleb ^olbt til -en was educated at 
a public school; buet iffe til -en is unfit for study, 
•attftion book-sale. -mipI literature, -feeflffg fe 
-fpanbe. -Wttb book-cover. 

80 gbinbcr o -e bookbinder. -Ii^lpf plow-knife^ 
-i n fe -ptofeffion. -U« cost of binding, ^nm 
binder's boards -preøfe bookbinder's press, 
-pvefedfieii bookbinding, trade of a bookbinder, 
-fpenb Journeyman bookbinder. 

9o'g[b«rer book-distributor, -bemmer critic, 
•«(ffer lover of books. 

80'gfilifc e -t chaffinch, FSringilla eæUha. 

Oø'glforni: i . in the shape of a book, •ftr^ 
raab stock of books -fortegMClfe catalogue of 
books, -f^e vt enter, book; ligeliybenbe -t passed 
in conformity. -f«rev book-keeper. -ftfrfaM, 
-f^rfel bookkeeping. -g«Ib leaf gold, -gm 
book-debt, -bowbei book-trade, bookadling 
trade; (Qutif) book-(seIler*s) shop; booksellers; 
9tøbtene fR.'t « R. brothers, booksellers; til* 
gangelig i -en accessible in the bookselling trade, 
et iffe langet i -en Is out of print. 

Oo'gljanbfev bookseller, •forming bookseller's 
union, -tatcfog bookseller's catalogue, -tøwmil 
bookseller's clerk (0. fl ). •rabat trade discoont. 
t9og|a«bIiiig fe Sog^anbel. 

9o'g|l)0(ber book-keeper. -lyoIbeH' n book 
-keeping: enfelt og boppelt . book-keeping by 
single and double entry. 

Oo'gllbebe e buckwheat, Polwtowwm fagopyrum. 
•grtpii b.-groats. -grtb boiled b.-groats. 

9o'g|l)lylbe book-shelf; »fe -teol. -Mcr second 
-hand bookseller, book-hawker, -lammev b.- 
room, -texber connoisseur of books, biblio- 
grapher. -Irirmmer fe -^øfet. -fviibffci know- 
ledge of books, bibliography. •tl^Mbig a versed 
in books; e fe -fenbet. -Uber book buyer. -I«bc 
bookseller's shop, amr bookstore. »IcbClPril 
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ftconer published at 8 crowns. Oeølif a lite- 
niji -e Ihtnller letters. -t-ØoaUglek e literature. 
ØøfjliidpsocTis. -lirr^ a book-learned. Aathøm 
book-learning, -lore; booklshness. -maal ff -fpioø. 
•»«flet c -e book-maker, book-wright, literarv 
mannflætorer. -mMcri' n book-making, -marfn 
book-market, 'mttrit book-mark, (book-)marker, 
register, -nul ptinus; death-watch, Anobium. 
-smr bibliomaniac, »nt^t new publications. 
-ifW book-worm (oøf. no); fie book-hunter. 
HMtfe book-parcel. *-|Nmtt b.-cover. -rafevi 
Mbliomania. -veal bookcase, -mile roll (of 
writing), -fat library, -fowler coUeetor of 
books, -fawling collection of books, -ffai 
book-press, -flat yaluable collection of books. 
•|l»r|Pi9« chellfer, book-scorpion, -f-ffrift c 
letters. -flH»e«ke a book-making, literary. 
•ftriner writer of books, book-maker, -ffritievi n 
book-making, scribbling, -finrog book-language; 
ouelfF « book EngUsh. -^pttnht clasp. 

B«fftat» « & c -er letter, character; et fhimt ^ 
a nrate; ^te -tx capital letters; -en i^elfloat, 
BCD Vonben leoenbeøør the letter killeth but the 
q>iiit gireth life; efter -en literally; meb latinfte 
-ec in Roman letter(8); forfbne (mstfe) meb -er 
letter. -H«f aUebraic firaction. -bwe partridge 
bronse-wing, Geopkajf aeripta. e»flfta'»eUg 
a literal; — ado literally, in a literal sense, 
(fnibtaibig, oq\.) positiyely, in literal earnest; 
. fonbt stricay true. 8egflc'kient^eb c literal- 
nos. ØogflcM'Ye vt spell; ~ fejl misspell. Qof 
ftot'erhig e spelling. HegfUnlfell literal error. 
-ftrfivkelfe letter-combination. -fartoItMliit 
literal interpretation, -fttge alphabetical order. 
-|Mbe logogTlph. -^ittinev nephrops. -iaa^ 
letter-lock, -urrba«! literal knowledge, -om- 
fcimi»§ tranipositton of letters, •orbe« fe -følae. 
-••ertaiii transmutation of letters, -imiifel 
tetter punch. -refpHng algebra -ret, -Høtig a 
literaL -riM alliteration, -rirne alphabet, -frrift 
(writing in) letters, alphabetic writing, -tre 
literal belief, -tr« letter-wood, A'rattiMra. -f-nid* 
Hm pedantry. 

Øa'gjftoK^l book-plate, -ftol reading desk. 
•Ihie study, library, book-room. -fUti dust of 
books. 

Øe'gttlpfter e (master) printer, typographer; 
(^nf.) t. beetle, -bveai printer's apprentice. 
-foripe fe -ftxette. -fareMnig printer's union, -i 
% -ec prlnttog; (Stebet) printing office, printing 
house; (^twb bet ^srec ttl at tn^Re) printing ma- 
teriab. -(m«fte« the art of printing, typography, 
-^fcftfe printing press, -tet tall-piece. -f»eiib 
Journeyman printer, -ftianrte (printer's) ink, 
printinig-ink. 

8e'g|t1|» book-thief. -t1»»evi stealing of books. 
-^Ktbtn world of letters, -bil adv by the quire. 
-Mrfe« book-matters, literature. 

ØøWlie n fbmiture, (naøelfaft) fixtures. 

9oi fe 9a\ n. 

8i|c'ii e -ec demJJohn. 

Bafc'r e -ec boiar, boyar. 

9øt<r fe Sufoc. 

9affe Of, -g vd box. -Itiibffe boxing-glove. 
-Icatf, -n c boxing; (IBabbe*) boxing-match, 
prize-fight. -tMVfte« the pugilistic art. -|»labfeii 
the pri«e-ring. -e o -e boxer. 

9efg«img e boxing, sparring. 

tOal n, pi B, hide of land, small fiarm; * (om 
^Mfe 0. I.) nest, (om 6biii) litter. 

Oeteg H, pt 'M, partnership, company. 

9slb m bold, intrepid. 

ealb (t oof. Oølbt) c -e ball; fpiOe . play at 
b.; . i ^ot egghat; bcere en . foe be the sport 
of. -gabe: mere poa ftn Men . be as at home, 
hi one's own sphere el. element. -I^Mg racket 

Sorfen: SanfC*(lnQeIfr Crbbog. 



-court, tennis-court, -tafter bowler, »tte^ bat, 
racket, -fal tennisoourt. -fpil ball-playing; 
ball-game, -tr« fe lap. 

tOele vi have illicit intercourse, -r c -e 
pumnour, gallant, -ri' n fornication, -rift a 
bawdv. -rfte o -t paramour, mistress, leman. 
•bife love song. 

8aUg c -ec dwelling, habitation, abode, man- 
sion, r min Robert ^u< ece mange -ec in my 
Father's house are many mansions. 

*©olt -er partition- wall. 

9one -c ml ^^fteoacec) bowl, bssin. 

Øelle -c (9cøb) bun. muffin, (ftøbO dumpling. 
-befg forced meat, -mttlt boiled milk with 
dumplings. 

ØeOe«, 8ø(iie fe IduIIen, Oulne. 

+9øU€t a dumpy, chubby. 

6o(eg«e'fer o -e Bolognese. -flafte Bologna 

{>hial. -liMiib Bologna dog, spaniel, -fie« Bo- 
ogna stone. 

t9ølfi|er pl lozenges, sugarplums. 

teo'l9«t««b small fttrmer. tOolfleb fe 9oI. 

Oalfler n (* c) -fttt t og * « %ttnt) bolster; 
(Soar) bedtick, ticking. f-lUb a soft, downy. 
-b||«e feather bed covered with ticking, -flylb 
stuffing for bolsters. t-Iefe soft couch. 

Bolt c -e bolt, iron pin; ^1^ (i SeiO band; 
(Øcmbcøfl«) cross-arrow; (©tcuae-) heater; læoge i 
. og 3æcn put in irons. 9olie vt bolt. — Boite|' 

Sang bolt-strake. -lammer, -tlubbe maul. -|obeb 
olt-head. -maftive bolt-screw. -|ilabe washer. 
-fab iron bow saw. -ftttremaftine bolt-screwing 
machine, -taitg shackle-crow. 

•©oltlte c -c dotterel-plover, Charcuiriu» mori- 
nellus. 

Ooltre vi k % roll; . fig roll, gambol. 

eoltftittc c (9cab<) round sculper. 

Ool«9 c bole, med bolus. 

Oolbftrt n -ec (beb fiabn) pier, wharf; fort og 
fig bulwark. — 8oIbttrl9|bttmiti«g Jetty. -|ieitge 
pierage. 

0om' [6] -me (Sfconle, ®tangfel) bar; {i^aa 
en 8ei) turnpike, toll-bar: {pcai )Bogn) cheek; 
(fBoebet') beam; Ao fatte . fot put a stop to. 

*Oom' {6] e -mec miss; ftbbe . miss (the mark). 

Oomo«! husbandman. 

0ombarb'(e) e -t mit k «mm bom'bard. 

Oombarble'rbiOe bombardier-beetle. Braehi- 
nua crepitant, -erffealn^, -ergaliot bomb-ketch. 
-emeat' n -er bomda'rdment. -e're vt bomba'rd, 
shell; joe pelt, -e'rer c -e bombardl'er. -e'ring 
e bomba'rding. 

OombarbMn [6] e ^ boom quarter-guy. 

Oombafiit' [ft.] n bombazi'ne. 

Øombafl' bomlNist, rant, ftistian. -ift a 
bombastic, high-sounding. 

Hombe [6] c -t shell (+ bomb): fafle -t throw 
shells, shell. -i|aIiMP fe Oombarber. -fafl. -fri 
a shell-proof, -famon shell-gun. -ta«o«baab 
mortar vessel, -tafi, -tafHiing throwing of shells, 
shell-firing; be blebe fotbtebne fta i9t)en beb « they 
were shelled out of the town, -tifle bomb-chest. 
•loggcri shell-box. '^re shell-handle. 

Oomibirt [6] d, boom topping lift. -ffor|iagter 
toll-keeper. -gaTer ^ lazy guy. -luller holes 
for the capstan-bus. -|«0 toll-house, turnpike 
house, «trabe mast-rim. -Ittrte bunting, Em- 
beriza miliaria, -mailb turnpike man, turnpike 
-keeper, toll -keeper. 

Oomme [61 vt roU on the beam; ^ . an set 
to (the planks). 

*Oomme [6] vi miss (the mark). 

Oomme [6] e -t sort of wooden box with 
handles. 

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r; Dtaaa en ~ make a blonder. 



Øomnter [(V 
-et blunder; 

Sommefan [6] c 4^ »paDker, mlzen. 

iBommeft' n fustiau. 

^omntitg [6] c rolling on the beam. 

S9om! nøffe] boom-end. -olie sweet oil. 

+IB0111P [6] n (c) thump. 

©oraijctifle [6] turnpike money. 

Somre [6] vi blunder, t (P<w «1 JDøt) thimder. 

®gmlfabei [6] stuffed saddle. ^ boom saddle. 
-f«It>e cement for trees, -fejJ boom-s&ll. -fefler 
vessel with boomsaiii (mobf. square-ri^ed). 
•fto shoe-plece. -Hftole fe Scft^ole. •fEøb(e) 
boem-sheet. 



*Oom|t«b [6] n miss. 
Oomlllag [6] (SRoI.) foIia«e. 
-rope. 



-{[«iet ^ gaess 



ØomftiHe [61 a stone-still. stock-stllL 

OomlfUrrf [o] a exceedingly strong, herculean. 
•ten ^ swifter. 

Oom'ttlb c ootton, c. wool. — OoniMlbdl* 
affalb waste cotton, -ogtig a cottony, 'm, 
-kitning cotton oultiyatlon. -iattifl cambric. 
-fcirif fe -binberi. -Itojl 0. velvet, Manchester 
velvet, -fvmger cotton-seed cakes, -øcmootton 
(yam), -inbvllvi cotton industry, c. trade. 
-Imbt gun-cotton. -Iimeb ootton fobrlc, c. -linen, 
c. doth, long doth, calico, 'piantt cotton-plant, 
Oonvxnuin. -ftKnlevi ootton fcunory, c. mill. 
•tot bit of cotton, -traab c. thread, -tiri fe 
-Isneb. •ttaeet cottons. -»«Heri cotton mill. 

9oiiiirrte mark (instead of name or signature). 

©on' rfr.] c -« bond; check. 

Honafi'be bona fide. 

9oiia|»art|i9'me e bonapa'rtlsm. -ifl' c -er 
bonapa'rtist. -ifift a bonapa'rtean. 

Sott'ion [fr.1 II -I sugar-plum, bonbon. Ooii' 
loMØirfte comnt-box. 

9o«be [6] e, p^ tBønber^ peasant, countryman, 
rustic, &rmer, eoni boor, clown; * yeoman 
(flEurmer), freeholder (of the uneducated class); 
(i @fat; pawn; -i- « Ihisgt (i ftoit); bet bilbe bære 
at fatte -n paa ^enemanben that would be rather 
a downfiOl; fla^^ec bu -n, faa nopper ^an biø (omtt.) 
put a beggar on horseback and he will nde to 
the devil; bet fan bu Bilbe 9ønbet inb go and tell 
the marines!, Walker 1 Ooitbelagtit a boorish, 
clownish, rustic, -agtiglyeb o boorlshness, dow- 
nishnees, rustidty. -alntMe peasantry, -aviejie 
rustic work, country work, -iant {jpl ogf. 
eønberbøm) peasant child, -iritb rustic bride. 
-ima husbandry. t-(l| village, -iirfl boor. 
•kavS rustic dance, -batter daughter of a pea- 
sant el. yeoman, -kifltet peasant poet. -bo«t 
fe -atbeibe. -bvaot rustic garb, dress of a peasant. 
•breng peasant boy. -fowger flat-catcher, amr 
confidence-man, fool-fiajrmer. -flaaer fe -plager. 
t-fogeb village bailiff, -freb peace concluded 
privatdy between the countzy people on the 
border, -frebrit fe -fnolb. -frt^eb freedom of 
the peasantry. *-f«I a sharp, cunning (in the 
way of rustics). *-fMl^eb rustic cunning, low 
0. -f«be fe -loft. -f«bt a bom of peasants. 
-qaark {pi ogf. Oønbergaarbe) fium, (mefi om Oi)g- 
ntngeme) farmstead; ^freehold estate bdonging 
to a yeoman, -genting fe -arbejbe. -gilbe mstic 
feast e(. merry-making. *-gnt country lad, 
young country-fellow, -bane cottage garden. 
-Iiefl fhrm horse, -lonntoo peasant arrogance, 
-^nnb cur. -I)n9 house of a peasant, frurm-house, 
cottage, 'timtit hut, oot. •%ax army of yeomen 
and peasants. . -Iiirnbet jd: f omme i ~ come into 
the hands of uneducated farmers el. peasants. 
-l^ffole fe golfe.. *'\tnU fe -pige. t-Joue fe -iai. 
t-)orb £ELrms. -taar the conditions of a peasant. 
-fav( {pi ogf. Øønberfatle) countryman, rustic. 



•Hrte village church. -Hobg country bumpkin, 
c. clown el. lout. -Hog a fe -fut. -Rieber fe 
•bragt. -tt«bt a clad like a peasant el. yeoman. 
-tno(b boor, churl, country bumpkin, •tone {pi 
ogf. Vønbetfoner) p. el. country woman, f a im er ei«. 
-fofl rustic fare. -Irant ware used by the pea- 
santry, -frig war of the peasants, -fro country 
alehouse el. inn -fttlling old country woman, 
•fttr a fe -benlig. -loter cur. -leg rustic game 
el. sport. -letonet, -Uto rustic life, life of a 
peasant. -ItylHglieb rustio merriment. •!«§ pea- 
sant's cart- et. waggon-load. -Untntel fe -tnolb. 
•maaf fe -fprog. -numb peasant, countryman, 
-manerer rustic manners, -meniglieb village 
congregation. -oiPtank insurrection of the pea- 
santry, -pige {pl ogf. 9ønbeipiger) peasant girl, 
country lass, -plager oppressor of the peasantry, 
•plageri oppression of the peasantry. -l^ritH fe 
Sonbftbi)'. -rtab rustic remedy, f-rebfel rent 
and taxes paid by a peasant, -rofe peony, /%eoina. 
•fagen the cause of the peasanéy e(. fiarmers. 
-fang rustio song, -ftaoren a A, feather-edged. 
•fW rustio el. country custom, -^rttkber country 
tailor, t-ft^tb rent, -flogter country batcher. 
*-fIanMi fe -biolb. -fliegt race of peasante e(. 
yeomen, -fmag rustic taste, -fprog rustic e(. 
country dialect, -flabft rustic finery, -ftonb 
peasantry, yeomanry, -ftoltljeb rustic pride, 
•fl^gfel rustic occupation, -f «ber rustic manners. 
-f«n son of a peasant el. yeoman, -tjencfle 
service of a peasant, -total wild el. Syrian 
tobacco, English tobacco, Niootiama ruadea, 
-trttlfeZrælbonbe. -tølper fe -tlobS. -tøft country 
lass el. wench. -Pen friend of the peasantry, 
-»enlig a friendly to the peasantry, -»ig : poa . 
in a country-like way, after the fi»shion of 
peasants. -Ptfe country ballad, -pogn peasant 
e(. country cart el. waggon. -Pttfen boorishnen. 
'ta Jade; (6falb§.) lout. 8onbfl, *»onb8lig fe 
obfr. -agtia. 

*Oonbf(e vi affect to speak like a rustic. 

Oonbfl^eb fe Sonbeagttg^. 

9one vt i>oUsh, rab with bee's-wax. -fofl 
polishing brush, rubber. -Pof9 polishing-wax. 
-n, Zoning e polishing etc. 

eonifa'eind Bonifiace. 

9onit' e -er boni'to, Tkmmuå pekmv. 

Oonifte're vt value, 'tt'i e quality. 

eonfon'r [fr.] c -er frock-coat 

Honmo't [fr.] n -I Joke, witticism, bon'mot, 
epigram, good thing. 

Sonne c -r nurse, dry-nurse; nursery gover- 
ness. 

Sonnet' c -ter A bon'net. 

SonPiPant' [fr.] c good-liver, fl?ee-liver. 

fdon^t -r bonze, -flofler monastery of 
bonzes. 

OopAl e (place of) residence. 9op«(gforan* 
bring removal; (tlberHSf.) notice of removal. 

Oor n, ckem boron. 

©or n (* ogf. c) pi «=, bore, (tit SRet.) drill; 
title Srib* gimlet, flort auger, @bingel* wimble; 
ehir perforator. 

Oora'go, 9o'ralurt o bor'age. 

Oorax e borax, -ioøfe soldering-box. 

»o'rbib n bit. 

Oorb e -er bo'rder, edge, edging, trimming. 

Co'rl n -e table; ^ board; ♦ (pi «=») board, 
(fun om Øran og %t^x) deal; boelfe -et lay the table; 
lay the cloth; fluttet -. dining club; gioe en frit 
. board one gratis; ^abe frit . boi en board 
at one's house; fotbt ^ a cold luncheon et. 
dinner; føre et gobt . keep a good table; gøre 
rent . make a dean fidd, (meb) make a dean 
sweep of; tage of -et take away, dear the table, • 
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(09) fra -et rise from table; ftUM fta . 09 Seng 
be separated from bed and board; ^ fra -e 
from alongside; off, (om $<<<) ex ship; f ør -et 
before dinner, i -e J^ In the side; tegøe fltoret 
t -e pot the helm hard over; fætte ftanoneme i 
•e nm the guns out; inbeit -e onboard, within 
aMp; om . onboard, aboard, * . om « board 
tod board; fig ^/io. flsrft om -e meb en press one 
hard; fe Sare; goa ooer « go over board, by 
the board; ooer -et fe nbfr. : »eb -et; fætte (f. «W. 
toOeiteiietj paa -et lay out (the plates); Staben 
ec paa -et dinner is served; øoa t i ( dhtbS^ fierrenS, 
. partake of the Lord's supper; fibbe tt( -l sit 
at taUe; fotte fifl til -8 sit down to dinner el. 
supper, ait down to the table; føte en 9ome til 
4 bring (take) a lady down to dinner, hand a lady 
to dinner; (fffe til -8 say grace; ^ til -e along- 
ride; fstte ^ben unber eget . estabUsh ones 
sdf in life, have one's feet under one's own 
mahogany; brilfe en unber -et drink one under 
the table; oeb -et at table, during dinner el. 
mpper; ooxte op oeb -et wait at table; oeb fluttet 
. in private. — 80'fkiie« leg of a table, -felab 
top el. board of a table, -itfit grace (before 
meit). -Mtfle table-brush, crumb-brush, -bame 
dinner partner, -ktiid table-turning, -krit 
tabie-drfnk. -I«t table-cloth. -ktt(iti«g laying 
the table. Oo'vbe vit ^ board, lay alongside. 
Øorkeim'ciii« e claret. 

9ø«^I' a -let brothel, bawdy-house, -titett, 
•Mtttiiite keeper of a b. 

«9'fklfilbe head el. foot of the table, «-flaake 
raft of deals, -flage, Itoj leaf of a table, -føl 
fe -6en. -faff messmates, -fmgt table i^nit. 
•fcfe messmate; fellow-boarder, -garft dinner 
guest, -ftiit edge of table, -tar pi table 
•plate. -tl«4^. *-tutff flap of the table, -tfotte 
rten ^aor ^qol Sorbet) hand-bell; (gtablloRe) 
dinner-bell, table-bell, -tittle n table-cover, 
table-doth, «-tlirbe v( board, (panele) wainscot. 
*<II«taiaø lining, -ttti» table-knife, -tun t. 
•basket, -fampe foot-lamp, -lenainaer leavings 
<tf the table, broken victuals. -Itviiel table 
4taien. -l«»«ittg saying grace. '^MiMt, *-matte 
taUe-rugr. -Wttfil fe Zaffel-. -nalø neighbour 
at table, -øpf oti centre-piece, centre-ornament; 
croet-stand. -penge fe ZafffI-. -plale table 
tlab, table top. *-pram deal-lighter. *-reb«t- 
tiø« calculation of the solid contents of deals. 
-fait baaket-salt, table-salt, -famtafe table-talk, 
•faaø convivial song, -f elftai dinner el. convivial 
party, -fcmlce service of plate (for the table). 
•ftlf manners at table, behaviour at t.; ^olbe ~ 
behave one's self at table. *-ffHtier overseer of 
a timberyard. -ftnfe table- drawer. *-ftarrer 
sawyer, -fwlytte decoration el. garniture for 
the table. Mpiire strip of board, -fpidning 
dtntng (at a table), -flolpe leg of a table. 
•-tag roof of boards, -tale table-talk; dinner- 
epe^h. *-tø»t [61 timberyard. -XttH^l^t fe -flabe 
1. -tøj table fttrniture, t. utensils. 
9ørlv's e drone; d. bass. 
9ørHi'r|le« e edge-stone, cheek-stone. 
^Oa'rfevel e slabs sold as ftiel. 
9ø'ffe|lP«i table friend, parasite, trencher 
friend. -»I« table wine. -•! t. beer. 

9øre »# bore, pierce, (i Wetol) drill; (fjerne« 
lal) trepan; (Xønbe) broach, (for at fHæle) spile; 
'666) scuttle; . en »rønb sink a weU; . i éænl 
(%d ^oafeilinø) ran down; -be lenioen i \^xA 
^exte plunged the knife Into his heart; -r fig 
nb \, neb i penetrates, makes Its way into; 
Iti op Harbttfen ! ^ prime ! .. ub bore out, up. 
•Mle aaobium. -Iriet drill-plate, -ir^b bored 
»tn. -tme drill bow. -bamt boring-lathe. 
-løMk boring-block. -^«1 bore, auger-hole, (i 



9R{ne) blast-hole. -Iirni bit; (til SDhnedng) borer; 
fe -Pang. -Iflle heaving-mallet. -mofTiae boring- 
el. driuing-machine. -tiieller boring-engineer. 
-mttøliag pholas. Mn^Oe borlng-milL -arm 
borer, ship's worm, oopper-wonn, Teredo natx»/«. 
-r c -e borer; «o oossus. -ffraue ratchet-drill, 
-fwek fe Sor*. -fptoit borings. -fpiM boring 
-bit -fpfitbel drill-box. -ftang boring-rod el. 
bar. -fnllitta, -flol boring- el. drilling-firame. 
-tl[p boring thief. -Potrt fe -mølle. 

Oørg o ^ sling; (til 8ant) shroud-stopper; 
(^ialpetoo) preventer. 

Oørø e -e castle; oor 9ub |an er faa fafl en . 
(}od is our refoge In distress. 

eorg e credit, trust, F tick; tage paa ~ take 
on credit, borrow; . gør ®org he that goes a 
borrowing, goes a sorrowing. Oorge vt (tage 
paa ©.) borrow; (frebitere) credit, trust; w - for 
vouch el. answer for. 

Oorgelleb castle-gate. f-Iei^ » garrison; fætte 
flg til « sit down at one*s ease. 

9orfi(e)«e|t'er mayor, alderman, «e provost, 
(ont ublanbet) burgomaster, -biyb: ^orfigttgl^ 
er en . discretion is the better part of valour. 
-emiebe mayoralty, aldermanship, -in'be c -r 
mayoress, -maage burgomaster, Xarue fflauau. 
-mane a big belly, -mine a lordly air. 

9orgeit ball, surety, security, caution, 
guarantee, (fun jur) mainpernor; mOe ~ give 
security, find bail; gaa i . for en be surety for 
one, bail one; blioe løSIabt mob . be bailed out. 

9orger e -e dtlsen; (^eoimeb, fom l^ar faaet -ret) 
denizen; (i en i8t)) townsman, tradesman, free- 
man of a city; (mobfat 9lbelig) communer; (t & 
jur) burgher, burgess; t (IBranber) pun; atabemift 
. university man; Blioe . i en S9i get the free- 
dom of a city; gore en til . i en 89t) make one 
free of a city. 'aan% fe -flnb. -Slab blood of 
citizens, -breki freedom of the city, certificate 
of citizenship; fe Ølabemiff . "'btia^ patriotic deed. 
-batter daughter of a tradesman, -biyb dvic 
virtue, -eb citizen's oath, -ente widow of a 
cltLsen el. tradesman, -foil citizens, dty folks. 
-fore«i«a union of dtizens. -fribeb fe «orgerltg. 
-aarbe dvic guard, -belb national prosperity. 
-|«S house of a dtlzen el. tradesman. Oørger< 
iifbe c -r (female) dtizen. eøraerltoptoj« cap- 
tain In the town militia. -tlttSfe fe -flanb. 
•torn dtizen's el. tradesman's wife, -longe« the 
citizen king- -traitd^ -trone civic crown, -trig 
dvil war. Horgerlig a civil, civic; (fom t«b!. 
»orgerne i en Stab) municipal; (jætmj homely, 
plain; bet -e 0ar the dvil year; bet -e S)rama the 
mingled Drama; . !Døb dvil death; . 9ti^eb 
civil liberty. 1. of the subject; - Skæring trade ; 
tale et -t Orb meb en speak earnestly with one; 
. ©tilling position; ftoa op, gaa til Sengft, i . Xib 
keep good hours; -t ^teffab dvil marriage; 
en > a commoner; — adv. ~ bøb dvllly dead.. 
Oorgerligbtb e homeliness. 9orger|maitb fe 
SBorger. -mefter fe IBorge». -militS town militia. 
-mob courage of a good dtizen. -pat plebdans. 
-pige girl of the middle class, -pligt duty of 
a citizen, -reprttfentant munldpal represenU- 
tlve, town-councillor, amr townsman, -repr«« 
fentaittftab town council, -ret dtlzenship; 
(Sorgerftab) freedom of a dty; ^ar ^ i has got 
the freedom of, is free of; Crbet bor faaet • the 
word has been naturalized, -rettigbcb right of 
a dtizen; Zab af -er civil death, -famfnitb com- 
munity (of dtizens). -fttterljeb civil security. 
Oorgerftab n fe -ret; ooncr dtizens, dtlzenry, cor- 
poration, community, commonalty; tage .. take 
out one's freedom; tage . fom Urteframmer (omtr.) 
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city; f »ceTge ~ take the oaths oi a citizen ; Dort . 
ei i ^imlene our conversation is in heaven; ^ -et 
the idlers. Horøevjflole middle-school, middle 
-claw school. -foUat militia-man. -flanb middle 
•class (of towns), commonalty, -f«» son of a 
tradesman, -tiaat city ^ard, guard of citizens. 
•orl public weal, -tieti Mend of the people. 
-Dordting city el. town militia, civic guard, 
train-band, -tiorvb worth as a citizen or patriot. 

Oorgefliie c servant's hall. 

øorøleier fe -^ette. -fogeb steward of a castle, 
seneschal, -fvve lady of the castle. -ftåHn 
damsel, -forngfel dungeon, -gaarb castle court. 
-jre»e burggrave. -gvctoivbe burggravine. -øte»» 
ffah burggravate. -Iperte lord of the castle. 

9orøf«ttiitg c ^ sling chain. 

fd9t%mtft'n St Soigemeftec. 

9oro|raa ^ spare yard, -ftobe^ -flag, 'toit 
fefiiaipc». -taljc Jigger- tackle. 

ØorølDaøt castle guard el. watch, -norgter 
warder. 

Oorivg c boring, sinking; coner bore. Seringd' 
biameter diameter of the bore. 

*8ortet a pale-yellow with a tinge of red, 
dun. 

8o'rfna)i c auger-head. 

9ovne'vet a narrow-minded, strait-laced. Oor- 
nt'tttith c narrow-mindedness. 

©owe c -r fe ©urte. 

©o'riflaft stock of an auger, -ftiieb bore- 
smith, -fitcffe terebellum. 

Oo'r|fit(fib boric sulphide, -fitv a borac'ic; -t 
92atron borate of soda. -fl|re hydric borate. 

©o'rfttiitgel (breast) brace. 

©art c fe ©orb e. 

Oovt [Ua, *6, ogfaa i aHe be følgenbe @inf .] <idv 
away, off; * fe ^en; (omme . (fli^Jpc 6.) get away, 
(gaa tabt) be lost; ^an maa ~ he must go; . I 
away I be gone ! avaunt ! . meb fingrene I hands 
off! fe ©«Q. 

©artaanbe vt breathe el. wiff away. 

©ortaffotbere vt contract for. 

©ovtblirfe vt blow away el. off. 

©ovtbviitge vt bring away, carry away. 

Oortlbrlybe, hxætU vt break off. 

OortbrorMbt part burnt away. 

©ort| blotte vt exchange. -btftniMg c exchange. 

fdoxthtnt vt carry off. 

©ovtlbamlie vi evaporate. -batii|»«i«g evapora- 
tion. 

Oortbanfe vt dance away. 

©avtbrage vt move off, draw off; vi withdraw, 
retire; -i fro fine @^«Iet be diverted ftom one's 
pursuits. 

©ortbrift e drifting away. 

©ortbrioe vt drive away, chase away; — vi 
be carried away. 

©ortbr^mme vt dream away. 

©ortbMvfle vi fe -bampe. 

©ovtb« vi die away, -m c fea ©tjnb dying 
to sin. 

©ovtb^fe vt doze away. 

©o'vte [aa]. »©arfe [6] adv away; absent; * fe 
^enne; nære . be lost el. gone; blibe ^ (ubeblibe) 
stay el. remain away, (gaa tabt) be lost; ^olbe fig . 
fra keep el. stand aloof from; langt • far away, 
far off, bet Ugger noget . it lies some way off, 
bobbelt faa langt . at twice the distance; jeg 
blioer itie Isnge « I shall not be long; fig Blioe 
. t bet be ready to die, near fisdnting; bibl be 
^oe berei £øn . they have their reward; bøb og 
.. dead and gone. 

©artebleben part never heard off. 

©ortel»(ibe(fe^ -b(i»eit fe Ubeblibelfe. 

©ovteflamotere vt spirit away. 

^©ovteft a furthermost. 



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©ortjfalb n, fe -falben. -fclbe v% be dropped 
el. omitted, &11 to the ground, become null 
and void; bet -r we drop that, -falbm e omis- 
sion, being dropped. 

©ortfavge vt catch (away). 

©ortlfave fe ^re bort. 

©ortifefe vt sweep away. 
awav. 

©ortfilc vt file away. 

SBørtfiffc vt fish away el. 

iit^ortfjafc vt trifle away. 

fBort I fjerne vt remove, put out of the way; 
- [ifl withdraw, go away, -fiemelfe c removing, 
removal. 

i^ortflane vt fiirt away. 

©ort fin vi flee, fly away. 

©ortfliibc ni run off, flow away. 

»urtflnflte fe -flXf. 

©ort fit) ttc fe fjf()»tte bort. -Illytitiiig c removal 

it5ort|fIi)Uc fe glQbe bort. -{li|»eit c flying away. 

bortfor!! arc vt explain away. 

liBort I forpagte vt farm, rent, let, lease out 
-forpatitninn e farming etc., location. 

iBBrt*iirtiiife vt Interpret el. explain away. 

"i&ov: »utward freight, freight out. -fragte 

vt cii. .. -frcgtiti«g c charter. 

©ortlfrlyfe fe ^fe bort. -fm^ttiAg c destruc- 
tion by fh)st. 

©ortforrb c departure. 

©ortlforfte fe ^æfie bort. -forfHiiitg c hiring; 
leasing. 

Oortlf^re vt carry off; (flQgte meb) run away 
el. elope with; labe fig - af run away with; d 
Sffigteffab, ^por ^igen er bleoen bortført a run-away 
match. •f«relfe e -r carrying off, (uloblig) ab- 
duction, (ftpinbe«) elopement (with), -f^rer ab- 
ductor, -førfcl c carrying off. 

©art I gaa fe (Raa bort. -gong e departure; 
(!Cib) decease, demise, -gangen part gone away, 
departed. 

©artgemme vt hide away. 

©artgenne vt drive el. chase away. 

©artgifte vt give away in marriage. 

©artfgiae vt give away (to), bestow, confer 
(on), -giaelfe c, -giaen c giving away. 

©artglibe vi glide away, slide away. 

©artgnaae vt gnaw away. 

©artgraae vt dig away, (©anb) drain oflf. 
-graanfng c digging etc. 

©artgrabe vt cry away, weep away. 

©artgl9be vt pour away. 

Oartg^gle vt juggle away, trifle away. 

fdomiaipe vt help off. 

©artbngge vt hew away, cut away. 

OartDlyre vt hire out. 

©artMble vt plane away. 

©arttte vi hasten away, speed away. 

©artjage vt chase away, (Xjener) turn away. 
(fra 6!oIe, UniP.) expel. 

©artfatbe vt call away; fig blibe -bt pass awa}', 
be taken: ®ub ^ar -bt ^am God has taken him 
to himself. 

Oarttapjie vt cut (away). 

©artltafie vt throw away, discard; bet er -be 
$enge that is (so much) money thrown away, 
-taflelfe c throwing away; or elision. 

©artlMotte^ vt *-f(atre fritter away; muddle 
away, waste. 

©artniynfe vt whine away. 

©arttage v boil away. 

©artfantttie fe ftomme bort. 

©artflyfe vt frighten away. 

Oartflyéfe vt kiss away. 

©artUbe vt buy up; (en) buy off. 

Oartløre vt carry el. cart away; — vi drive 
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ØtrtlMttC vt lend. 

9ørt|Ieke vt (Sonb) drain off; (en gfob^ Xantn) 
dlyert; (SRiWtnfc) ward off. -trbniitg c draining 
etc., dlyeralon. 

9ottlrte vt trifle away. 

Sørtlcfe vf let; . iaeit relet. 

9ovt|(fdte?e ot fe Sicitere. -lidteriMg « con- 
tracting, awarding to the lowest bidder. 

Itortlif tmbe a distant, remote; lænøft . re- 
motest. 

Otrtlitc vt steal away. 

99rt|(øMe vt dispose of by lottery, put up 
in a raffle, put np to raffle. -lelniitg e dis- 
posing etc., lottery, raffle. 

Øsmøtle vt lure away. 

9iftf0|pe 9t promise away, engage. 

9tttliige vt weed away; . Ufmbtet fro weed. 

Ssrtlttage vt lay by, put aside. 

QørtUwni part runaway, Aigitive. 

9Pttmumt vt coqjure away, (en onb Vanb) 
ezordae. 

9art»«bve vt dredge away. 

9ntusU vt dawdle away. 

tBortsante vt pawn. 

9art^l«ffe vt bang el. pop away. 

99tt^inftt vt pluck away. 

9øH^Uje vt plough away. 

9ørt^ittte vt put away. 

9ortra«^e vi rot away. 

9»rtf«ge vt scrape away; shave away; *rake 
away, 

9ø?tra»e vt fe Stane. 

* <l » r t rr a further. 

89rt|re|fe c departure, -reffcnle jxut going 
away, departing. -re|fl a gone away, departed. 

9«rtHii>e fe ØHnbe bort. 

Otftriipe vt tear away, carry away, sweep 
åway, carry off; f rake away. 

99ttTmftt vi rust away. 

Øørtjni^be vt dear away; /ig remove, -r^b' 
bclfe, -rl|biii«t e clearing away etc., removal. 

9»rt|n||e, -røge oi smoke away. 

Oortrlilf e «e pluck away; (om !fiøben) carry off. 

OørtTlpfle vt shake away, shake off. 

Otrtf ftfetiMere vt reason away. 

Oørtlr^mmc fe fltømme v«; — -t- vtfe -rl)bbe. 
•c^msittf e escape. 

e»rtv«iie fe Sivbe. 

titrtfalg n sale. 

Øørtfat jMft put away. 

Øortfe vii . fra set aside, waive, look at it 
apart from; -t fro setting etc.; -t fra gølgeme 
oonaequenoes apisirt. 

tlmrllfejlet part sailed; (tabt) carried away, 
gone, -feiliiig c sailing off, departure. 

tlartlfeii^e vt send away, despatch, -feiibelfe^ 
•fniWwé e sending etc. 

Hvrtjllcffe vc remove, clear away; tnat elimi- 
nate. -Øaffdf^ <^ removing etc.; elimination. 

ØørtfNbe vt ship off. 

9ortfnfte Tt exchange. 

««rtlftiftc fe -fenbe. 

tOørtfføipe vt cut down, fell (a wood). 

Oørtfmifee v< scrape away el. off. 

9»rtfrHbc tn vanish. 

9ertffrttSe v< pare off. 

g ørtg rg w we fe OoitTpfe. 

gtrtff at c vt scour away. 

mtortflMdle vt fe Sottnotte. 

9mrtffl|be vt shoot away; (ubt^bbe) destroy (by 
«hooting); (fotbmøe) expend; fe «f»ife. 

ØartjIÉpne vt wash away. »fttiUin^, -1111111(111 
e washing away. 

^orHfitttt port spoiled. 

8»ftfr«iite vt give away, bestow. 



vt drag away, haul a.; (bare) 



9ovtft9Vt vt cut away el. off. •fTørriitg c 
cutting etc. 

99tfff$ht vt convey. 

eortflaaet part thrown away; (af ©sen) carried 
away. 

9ort]Iabv« fe «ortfnaffe. 

Øomibe vt wear away. 

9art([iffe vt lick away. 

Boxinupptn part escaped. 

9ott\LttU 
carry off. 

eovtn«iige vt fling away. 

Oovtfmeue vt k i smelt away, melt away. 

9ovtfmile vt smile away. 

eevtiwitgle vt smuggle el. spirit away. 

eert|fm«((br)e, •fm«((br)e9 v moulder away, 
crumble away. 

9ovtfitaffe vt talk away, chat away. 

99Xt\\nappt vt snatch away, snap a. -fita^' 
^elfe c snatching etc. 

9ortfo»e vt sleep away. 

Oartf^iUbe vt fe Spilbe. 

Oorti|)ine vt play away, gamble away. 

99Xi\ptå!t vt Jest, trifle el. toy away. 

BottH\mt vt steal away. 

Oortfhrl^øe et (meb etnygeiomi) iron out; (feje 
bort) sweep away. 

9ottftt$ vt disperse, scatter. 

8ertfhibe vt stow away. 

Oevt|fl«be vt thrust away, spurn; (en) repulse. 
•1l9biii«g e wtwi desquamation. 

Oovtftfbe vt dust off. 

Sortfttne vt sigh away. 

8artfbi«be vt (fbinbe bort) dwindle, fUl away; 

Soifoinbe) disappear, vanish; ben -fbunbne Ungbom 
eparted youth. 

Oovtlftiire, -fbAfwe vt spend in revelling, 
riot, dissipation. 

99tii»tmmt ti float away; swim away. 

Oavt^^Mge vt sing away. 

Øortfirfge vt sell. 

9ovt tage vt take away, remove, -tagelfe o 
taking away etc., removal. 

Oarttinge vt let out, hire out; promise away 
(at an agreed price). 

9ovtto vt wash away, wipe out. 

tSerttog n departure. 

OarttratMge vt force away, dislodge. 

9ortt«fte vt barter away. 

Oarttnirtte vt wash away. 

Oort|tlybe vt explain away. -tlybiti«g o ex- 
plaining away. 

Oarttttte vt wear out, consume. 

Oortt^ V thaw away. 

99Xtt9xtt vt dry up; wipe away. 

Oavtoaage vt spend in waking. 

Øovtbavbre fe Sanbre bort. 

Oøvtbaffe vt wash out. 

^Hovtoef fe ^enoei. 

9ovtbe|re vt blow away, scatter. 

Oottloenbe vt turn away, t. the other way; 
fe 9lft>enbe. -umbelfe e turning etc. 

Horttiifte vt fan away, waft away. 

Oortjbtge vt move away, depart, retire. 
-biaeife, -Higm c moving etc., departure. 

vovt|b(fe vt dismiss, refuse admittance, turn 
away; reject, «tiiditiiig c dismissal, n^ectlon. 

9ott|bWtte vt fiade away, wither. -biØMeii e 
fiEullDg etc. 

Hortborlte vt roll away. 

Oavtorbe vt eat away, corrode. 

Oort|«be^ "«båle vt squander (away), waste, 
dissipate, '^båleit, •«bØHttg e squandering, 
wasting. 

9o'rbiiibc o (breast) brace. 

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lished; tKsce . i reside in. 4-libkeIfe o settle- 
ment, •ftai n, fe -^atie. 80'Msb share of com- 
mon property, portion, (^ufhuS) dower. 

9o0iii|eit n Bosnia, -a'f e -ex, -ft a Bosnian. 

Oe9^ortt9 n the Bosporos el. Bosphoms. 

eaftfef c -rr (Ihtgle i fteøleft)tt) bowl. 

9ødfe e -r boss, -'ve vt boss, emboss. 

9ø'fteb n -et residence. *9eflek9teaitbet the 
disability of non-residents. 

OøflOA e (6pil) boston. 

8sfart|te fig vr establish one's self, settle, 
take up one's abode, -nittg, -tclfe e establish- 
ment, settlement, domiclUadon. 

8ota|iiit' e bot'any. -'«iter e -e bot'anlst. 
-«Ife'vtadfe botanical collecting box, b. case, 
botanizing-boz. -«ife're tn bot'anize, herborise. 
-sife'rittø e bot'anizing. -nift a botan'ioal. 

Oøtelttr fe 9tttelut. 

^øtmibbel n remedy. 

Høtfelbfl fRoe navew, French turnip. 

•©øtfø'r Jao] c et over-boot. 

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Øønboi'r [ftO n -et bou'doir. 

9ø«gi'e [fie.] c -er bougie. 

9011(110«' [fr.] c beef-tea. gravy soup, 
soup-kitchen, -faøer portable soup. 

Oønteøa'rb e -er boulevard. 

OøttVøeøiØ e tvp bourgeois'. 

9øM9føle -t box-compass. 

9øttt c ^ tack, board; qaa . tack, go about. 
8ø«te vi beat to windward, tack. 

SottteiO'e e -t bottle, -'ve tft bottle, -'rinø 
e bottling. 

800 e -e ipaa %\ix) shoulder; ^ bow. -Mtfet 
bower(-anchor). -icank «L breast-hook, -ic« 
shoulder-bone. -Kak shoulder-blade, -imbt a 
galled in the shoulder. 8øtte vt (et Snietj af 
take the anchor off the bow. 

9ø»eii>9ø»eitfri|bd- ^ mizen-royal. 

8ø»eii(r«m ^ royaL -itfb«ii r. backstay, 
-kreietei r. tye. -f«I¥ r. halyard, -rt« r. yard, 
•ralle r. parralrope. -felt royal. -fMe r. sheet. 
•ftaø r. stay, -ts^ileiit r. lift, 'lumt r. shrouds. 

Oøøe«fvlybd< ^ mizen top-gallant. 

Oøøenøirgt top-weight. 

»øø^olft e 4. fore-hood. 

Oøtoift fe 9dm- 

9o\t\iaan ^ bow-chaser, -latii a chest-foun- 
dered, -leb shoulder- Joint, -line fe Suø'. 

t9øime vi bellv, swell, bulge out; ^enbeS IHnbei 
~ af Sunb^ her cheeks are bursting with 
health. 

8øø|fetiter pl ^ harpings, -fmrøntgt fe -lam. 
-fUrøb fe Qugf^rt^b. -ftag pi bowsprit shrouds. 
-fløMer^ stopper, -fh^tfe shoulder, -fø head sea. 

«Ova adv fe 9tat). 

*6raa a quick, hasty. 

9raab' fe Srob. 

Uraab' 0, ^n fe Vtoabfø; *shred. 

tOraabe fe Ørage vt. 

tOraabe e heap of féUed trees (fe Otaate). 

Øraablfvø n 0. fl. fe Stob*. 

Øraabfø -ei heavy sea, breaker. 

*eraa|bl|b fe 9iabbt)b. -døft a done in a 
hurry, hurried. -|afl great hurry. -HfHg a 
kv, precipitate. 

Broof fl bustle, ado, ftiss. Urtof |e vt bustle, 
Aim, worry; fe 9rage vt. -fønt a bustling. 

*9raa«e vi melt. 

^raajHø a suddenly grown rich, -fliibt fe 
Øiabfhibet. -#aiibfe stop suddenly, «ftm^ preci- 
pice. 

*8raatc c -t heap el. abbatis of felled trees 
(for obstructing the passage of an enemy); 
land on which the trees are felled and burnt. 



and com sown in the ashes; heap, mass; 
btombe . dear the land by burning the trees, 
amr bum brush, -irøntøing c burning of 
«©raatc". + sartage. -vnt rye sown in 8. 

<t)raatt fe ^aabfø. 

*Oraa|batler a pretty at first sight. -»CMbc vi 
turn abrapUy. 

9rabaitt n Brabant, -ev c Brabant'er. -ff c 
Brabant'ine. 

tHrab c 't joint (of meat). 

terab a fe 9rat 1. -b^o a ste^-to. -bib 
sudden death. 

8vabfe)b«iif 4^ careening place. 

t9vabovbet a hasty el. intemperate In speech. 

9rab(e)|)a«be dripping-pan. 

SrabRnbet a hasty, touchy, testy. 

Orabnib n spit. 

Orabf|)U n windlass; )Biøm paa . bitt. 

Orag n, pi ==, crash, crack. 9rage vi crash, 
(f^Tage) crackle. 

Orage c r brake. Ørage vt brake. 

Oraaeborger n, poet toasting cup. 

Ora^gMing e braking. 

Uratt bragte, fe Øringe. 

9ra9in|ai9'iiie e Brah'manism, Brah'minism. 
-a'tt, -i'« o -er Brah'man, Brah'mln. -«'«ft, 
•i'«fl a Brahman'ic, Brahmin'ic. 

Oraf imp af Øcaffe. 

8raf' a (om 8anb) brackish. 

9xaV a (om 3otb) fiiUow; ligge - lie fiedlow. 
©ral' c ftdlow; ten • bare (aUow; beniyttet - 
green f&Uow. -aar fallow-year. -aget fidlow 
field. 

*9ratal o alder buckthom, Bkamnnf /rantnUa. 

Oraf |fr«gt ikllow-crop. -I^of b(e) break-hanow, 
drag. f6tant vt fallow. 

OraHe o fe S3arotfe. 

Otaf|la«b fiEiUow-Iand. -mtrl tfe -aget; *|e 
-lanb. OrahiiNg e fiEdlowing. 

Øv«f|««fe fiat nose, -««fet a flat-nosed. 

Oratl|)(ør|e vt break up. -fbale pratincole, 
GlareoCa pritineola. 

9tt^ta't e -er brac'teate. 

8rat|ba«b brackish water. -bOttbSfift fish 
that lives in b. w. 

tOraf n F <tis8, big words. OroOe op vi 
rattle away, talk big; . ub o< rattle out. 

Urani' ostentatious d^play, show; meb 9taft 
og . with flourish of trumpet. 

Oram'' ^ topgallant (ubt. F togallant). 

OramaiØaic 0. fl. fe Oto^m*. 

Orama'^ifl 1^ti$, Ora'«ia|iUuif Bramah lock. 
'ptt$U Bramah-press. 

Otam'arbaft -et braggart, -e're vi brag, 
talk big. 

Orambarb«« e topgallant backstay. 

Orambtrv fe Otombæt. 

Orambrefenb n topgallant tye. 

8ramb«a » fltabnbug. 

Oranifalb n topgallant halyard. 

OvantfH a unostentatious. 

Oramgaavbittg c topgallant buntline. 

Oramgaad e bemacle goose, Bemida Umooptii. 

Ocantaiøtøb n topgallant clewline. 

Oramr« fe Ota^moti. 

Orantlftfejt n topgallant studding-sail. 

Oranune vi meb boast of, make a show of; 
diQ>lay; -nbe a ostentatious, -n c boasting etc. 

Oramlroa topgallant yard. -roRe t. vtfrel 
rope, -fell t. sail, -ftøbe t. sheet, -fog t. 
stay. -Hoxg t. mast, -battt t. shrouds. 

éra«i|e e -t line, department. 

Oranb e -e fire, conflagration; (btcenbenbe 6t. 
£tce) brand, firebrand; (i ftom) blight, blast; 
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*(€tol) stock, beam; *r devll of a fellow; 
f«tte, fliffe i . set on fire, set fire to, (oaf. fig) 
fire; lomme i ~ catch fire, take fire; flåa t . be 
on flie; 6o(eiiS • the scorching of the sun; tF 
ten ^T en . he Is drunk; et en . i 9lafen paa 
%oM Is an abomination to him, is a thorn ln 
his side; * ^e fottet fiob i i9caat oø . the sea 
was all feather-white. -««re illac artery, »tfd 
blighted ear of com. •«! an« f. -alarm, -anb fe 
-^uA. -ctiOfbMhia statute of fires and arson. 
Hntt«lt fire etabUshment. -adfttftiice fe -foi* 
fUintg. -Met», •Mttre blister, -iowie incendiary 
Bhen. -ire» Incendiary-letter, begging-letter, 
-tocber sheets of pasteboard, -inrlbnm. -blplb 
carbuncle, •bdtøc« groundsel, Senecio mtlønri». 
-^ireft^T fire-warden, -bragt fireman's dress. 
-krog fire grapnel. 9rciible vt snuff (a candle), 
-cr c -e (6rib) fire-ship; (eittiø^.) quibble, pun; 
(-et tint) fire-back, fire-pigeon, -ftf lei firebrand. 
-ffmre danger of fire, -farltg a inflammable, 
liable to catch fire, -fafline dipped bavin. 
-^htt inflammatory fever. *-feb brand-iron. 
t-føgeb Tillage fire-warden, -felt firemen, -for' 
Mr examination in a case of fire, -farflmng 
fire-insurance. -for1llri«gdfelftcb fire-insurance 
company, -fri a fire-proof, ø»te - fireproof. 
-f M» brand goose, Anas ttd^ma. -gabe fe Zelt*. 
-ft^l stone partition wall (above the roofj. 
-føbi ^ rombowllne. -graMat incendiary shell. 
-iml a orange-coloured; le -t laugh grimly, -loge 
fiie-faook. -lave fire-plug, f -cock. -l)JirM» relief 
to a sufferer by fire. -Iittl fbsee-hole. -lyttd fe 
SptBite*. 8ra«iig a, meof gangrenous. 9raitb|> 
f^ flie-tub. -ttri fireman, -laftfe f. -insurance 
ftmd. -fleffe fire-bell, alarm bell. -toiitiAgeitt 
premium of insurance, -fom blighted com. 
-lon^ fire-brigade. -Ingle fire-ball. -Ubt a 
inflbrer by fire. -lilie orange lily, LUium bul- 
bi/erum. -I«gt burning smell. -(I|gtc signal 
lantern in cases of fire, -major chief of the 
firemen, -«anb fe -lati. -mvr fire-proof wall, 
party-wall. -mtt9 field-mouse, Mwi atnrariua. 
-oHe fe Øranlet. -orbiti«a fe -anoibning. «liU 
flre^tfrow. -|plabe flame-plate. •pUi bum; old 
fireplace, place of buming. -|»oHti fire-police. 
^tm assay, -raai cry of fire, alarm of fire. 
^olrt coogreve rocket, war-rocket, -rebftab 
flie implement, fire aflDaratus. -ret court for 
trying cases of fire, -mile fire-bill, -rtb fe 
dibcsb; .. flefntblilanec red-hot republican. -r«r 
mxe, ftazee. -rørbar fbze-auger. -r^rtit lute 
for the fiize. -rtrftbontbe time-fiized shell. 
«r«r9fati ftize composition, -r^rtroffer fuze 
-engine, -faorbum. -f alne ointment for bums. 
•fat« composition, -fell fire-saU. Jigtial signal 
of fire, •ftei fire-alarm (-box). -Ifabe damage 
by fire, -ffat forced contribution, -ffatniiig 
levying contributions, -flatte levy a contribu- 
tion on, requisition, -flib fire-ship, -ffifer coal 
•■late. -ffUt badge wom by firemen, -fforpe 
eschar. -fPrig fe -taob. -fhtb flre-signalllng gun. 
-Iter gleam of (the) fire, -ftømtt fire-screen. 
-fosge fe €«c0|te'. -flMRer fire-extinguisher. 
-PMfRivfårcbfEas fe -rebftoB. -fnaiib fire-bucket, 
leathern bucket used at fires, -flirøfte fire 
•engine, -ftotian fire-station, -fleb place of a 
fl^ -fttfter inoendiarv. -fHftelf e incendiarism, 
azBon. «tige fire-ladder, fire-escape, -flof p 
ihrew. -Imrm ftirioua hurricane, -fbenb fe 
-Bad. «fUffrmer rocket, -fol» refined sUver. 
-tooge blighting fog. -toffl insurance value. 
-ttni fe -fmt. -telegraf fire telegn^h. -tomt fe 
-1m. -tTMSwe fire-dram, alarm drum. -ta| 
nlphnntted doth. -Hagt watch el. guard of 
mnen; (enleit Vlanb) watch, watchman, -bftfeii 
fire^oflOoe, fire regulations. 



flranle vt (brune) brown; (foibe) singe: -t Olie 
empyreumatic oil; -t Sugt, ®mag empyieuma. 

era» n (fil)b) crash, crackle. 

9rad e -et ^ brace; lub . weather b.; (or . 
lee brace, -ami bumpkin, -blof brace-block 

(0. n.). 

9rafe m F crash; . imob knock against; 
~ neb come down with a crash; « fammen 
collapse. 

9rafe vt ^ brace; . an b. to; . baf b. aback; 
. bibeiiinb, . op b. in; . ^atbt an. (ftotpe) b. 
sharp up; . fulbt fill; . om brace round el. 
about. 

Urafe vt tty, roast, cook; bet -S og ftege« 
beflonbio i bet ini there is cooking from mor- 
ning to night in that house; — vi fry; . op 
for en meb regale el. feast one with, -it c fry- 
ing etc. 

Orafe« e -er bream, Ahrami* brama. -fabe 
quiU-wort. låoétet lacwtriå. 

9rafl'l|te« n Braz'il, the Brazils, -ia'ner c -t, 
-ia'tiff Brazll'ian. -ietr« brazil-wood. 

9rafl c show, display, fe Oram, -e vi make 
a show, a dash; .. meb make a parade of, pa- 
rade, t-er c boaster. 

9rafl indeo, ftaa Saft og . meb share good or 
bad luck with. 

Øraft imp af SSrifle. 

Orat' a (plubfelig) abrapt; faa en . (hibe come 
to an untimely end; — adv suddenly. 

8rat' a (flejl) steep, precipitous, -(eb o 
steepness, abruptness, precipitousness. ^-fønibe 
n steep groimd. Mornbt a with steep acdivltles. 
Uratiiiiig, <t)ratte o steep place. 

Oratf4 e -er viola, tenor violin, -ift c -ec 
plaver on the Tlola. 

OraH a (mobiø) brave; (fliftelig) honest, worthy; 
(anfelig) sufficient, goodlx; — adv not amiss, 
sufficiently, rather: bravely; bet ec .. no! that is 
all very well, -feo o uprightness, honesty. 

8rabo int bravo l -raab cry of bravo. Ora* 
bU'fimo! bravissimo. 

9rabtt'r c bra'very; Mtt« bravu'ra. -arie bra- 
vura, -cabexce brilliant el. ornamental cadence. 

Øreceie e brecda. -ogtig a brecdated. -war* 
mor pebbly marble. 

Ore^e o -c breach; gore, fll)be .. make a 
breach. 

Oreb' e -bet border, edge, margin; (of 9tob) 
bank; (af ^ob) shore; (of 9Ia8 o. I.) brim, edge; 
t (of 9og e(. eiab) mugln; ØcabenS . the brink 
el. verge of the grave; oeb fiaoeti» . on the 
seashore; gif obec fine -ber overflowed its banks; 
bet ec bebce at f pace poa -ben enb poa tBunben it 
is too late to spare when the bottom is bare. 

8reb a broad, wide; (om 6tilen) dlfiFUse; F bet 
-e ftaax tilbage the worst remains; fefft ^ob lang 
oa flee ^ six ftet by four; got fig . looks big, 
gives himself airs; focec en ~ $enfel is lavish of 

his colours; 1 adv broadly etc.; Oibt og -t 

tu and wide; (oibtloftigt) at great length, -lite 
fe -ofSe. -blabet « broad-leaved, (ftnio) broad 
-bladed. -brittget, -br^ftet a broad-chested. 
-bnget a broad-bellied, -blogget a broad-built. 

Ørcbbe [é] o c breadth; (6H(enl) diflhseness; 
geoff latitude; + ss Øceb; unbec nocbtig .. in north 
Utitudes. -cirtel drde of latitude, -forffel 
difference of latitude, -grab degree of latitude; 
mtbec bote -ec in our latitudes, -iagttagelfe 
observation for latitude, -trebd fe -ciclel. -parol' 
lel parallel (unbec on). 

Orebe -te, -t vt spread; . fig square e(. spread 
one's self; 4, bceb foe I square away the head 
-yards! . ub, fe ttbbcebe. 

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square sail. 

«vebMfitlb, +-fl»(bt a brimfaL 

9ve'b|fttret a broad- ftirro wed. -firlget a broad 
•fellied. -gang ^ spirketing. -jammer flatten- 
iog-bammer. -I|eb c broadness, -fivtelig broad 
-cburch. -lAftet a cross-chap (hand-vice). -me|» 
fe( broad chisel, -morfel morel, Morchella e$cu- 
lerUa. -mniibet a wide-mouthed. 'Utthhtt a 
latirostrous. -nttidfngl boat-bill, Euriiatnwå. 
'Uttatt a (@Io) square-toed; too platyrhine. 
•|)aiibe broad -nosed eel, Anauilla latirottrif. 
-ragget « broad-backed, -faa vt sow broadcast. 
•fcantaftine broadcast sowing-machine, -f oanlng 
broadcasting, -ftbe broadside, •fttttbret a broad 
•shouldered. -fiMget a broad-brimmed, broad 
-leaved, -flttbe sledge with a seat for two. 
•fttitbet a square-toed. -f|)øret a broad-gauge. 
-flOYfeil square mainsail. -H-»eb prcep beside. 
•tioføra a square-built. -^Øe broad axe. 

9regite o -t (i «tm.) fern; (if»r jBtneB.) brake, 
prov bracken, -frtt brake, -fcantme stipe. 
•tr« tree-fern. 

Hreidgan n Brisgau, Brisgow. 

OveloR'er fe ©erloBer. 

9retit|cii n Bremen. -Cfllatt Bremen blue. 
-iff a Bremen. 

9remd^ Hremfe c -t gadfly, horsefly, hornet, 
Oertnu; (til fieft) barnacles: (til Sogn ofD.) brake, 
skid. 9renife v< brake. fBxtmjtlnppattii brak- 
ing apparatus, -y e -e brake(8)xiian. -Ho brake- 
shoe, -ftattg brake lever, -toogit brake-van. 
•»agter fe -r. — Ørmiditiiig o braking. 

9tt^lan n Breslaw. 

Hretagtt'le n Brit'any. -er e -e, -iff a Bret'on. 
tOretlanb n poet Britain. 

9rcki n -r letter, epistle, missive, (minbre) 
note; F (i St)frt) letter in the candle, cabbage 
•head; $auli -e the Epistles of St. Paul; betSIe 
-e meb en correspond with one: gine .. ^aa give 
in writing; et . ftnappenaale a paper of pins. 
0reb|aabiier e -e letter-opener, -alel patent 
nobility, -obelig a of patent nobility, -tog 
letter-book, -irvb breaking of letters, -itrvev, 
•braaer letter-carrier. -b«e carrier (pigeon), 
homing pigeon, •farm epistolary style; T . in 
the form of a letter. -^mitiicUglebcit the 
inviolability of letters, the privacy of corre- 
spondence, -lalber letter-dip. 

9rekiia'Hiitii n breviary. 

9re'b|fadfe letter-box, (offentlig) pillar-box; 
(i 9t)i8) correspondence, -fifle muniment-chest. 
-tlennne letter-dip. -tort postal card, post-card. 
•ma^Ppe portfolio, -naale pi paper-pins, '^htat 
wafer. •øwbeUiig delivery, -emflag envelope. 
'papit letter-paper, note-paper (8tt»ul)>apir fiuioy 
-paper), -»erto postage, postage rate. -|)oft letter 
•post. -lireMer paper-weight, -fnwtliig collection 
of letters, t-f ainliiigdfleb receiving house el. office. 
-flai n -e press for letters, -ftcier pi papers, deeds. 
•fhflber writer, correspondent, -ffrtoning letter 
-writing, epistolary writing, -forterer letter 
-sorter. -fevteri«g sorting of letters. "fUmpti 
stamp, -flil epistolary style, -ftriyger paper 
-folder, -ftef letter-bag. -taffl postage rate, 
postage, -tofle letter-case, pocket-book, wallet. 
-H-toetøet ss -toelSltng. -»eføle correspond, -toelø* 
leiibe, -HefØIer correspondent. -kieT8Utt| corre- 
spondence; floa i > correspond, cultivate a 
correspondence, -kiifer bearer, exhibitor of a 
letter, -»«gt letter-balance el. -scales, letter- 
weigher; fe -pxti^et. 

9ribo«' [fr.1 e bridoon. 

9ribff e mil platform. 

9ribitYt rupture-wort, ffemictria. 

©rig' c -get ^ brig; rigget forn - brig-rigged. 



Sriga'be e -i brigade, -^ef, -general, UrigokCr 
c -eter (brigadier) -general. 

Sdgavti'ne c -r brig'antine. 

Origlbom main boom, -gaffel trysail-gaff. 

eriggifl a Briggian. 

Origttta fe S^irgttte. 

OriglfeK boom-mainsail. -fe|ldiøm (»rfgbom) 
boom-mainsail boom. -fef(0gaffe( boom-main- 
sail flaff. 

fdm, Srifle c -c wooden plate: (i @)riD man, 
(noont. Officer) piece; (af ^ot) bottom; (Sftottto.) 
blank; -r f ($enge) tin. 

Orifd -ec Harlequin's wand; (fiefe) pallet, 
couch of boards. 

Qriflant' a og e -et brill'iant. -gam tinsel 
cord, -lib egre^fire. 

SriOer pi spectades, glasses; 4^ hawse-pleoes. 
»ritte (©rejeflj horse-shoe, (i ®fon fork; (Solum) 
seat; -f- B »riner. ~ »ritte |bel fork- chuck, 
-better Jackass penguin, JSphmiieu» dewiermt». 
-foberal spectacle-case, -glad spectacle-glass el. 
•lens, -i-iage nose-saddle, -inbfatning fe fhni* 
ger. -faiman spectacle-alligator, Ckawtp^a oete- 
ropt. -mager spectade^maker. -fUmge hooded 
snake, cobra de capella, Noja tripiidien». »ftttm» 
ger pi spectade-frame. 

»ringe^ bragte, bragt vt (i Ølm.) bring; take, 
fetch, carry, convey; - en ^otbel benefit one; 
bet bragte %am Vht og ^otbel it redounded to 
his honour and profit; . et Cffer make a sacri- 
fice; ~ bet oibt be very succesml, achieve great 
things, go fiur; .for fit)fet bring to light; . en 
fta nt divert el. dissuade one fix>m; . 2Xf% i 
clear up; . i (Irforing learn, ascertain; . i 
®))^em reduce to a system; ~ inb bring in, 
yidd; . en inb (i 6pil) put the lead in one's hand; 
. nt ooer fit 6inb bring one's self to, find in 
one's heart; . en paa nt remind one of; « en 
poa ben Xante lead one to fancy; . en paa anttie 
Sanfer make one change Ms mind; ^ en paa 
9obe igen retrieve one's afffedrs; -til fiiybig^ 
reduce to obedience; .. til gottDiolelfe drive to 
despair; . til laoftbeb silence; . en til at . . . 
make one . . .; . nt til @ibe hide, conceal some- 
thing; . en til at gste nt make one do st; . bet 
(bei)til ot bring matters to such a pass that; . 
nt ub iblanbt f^ll spread abroad; ban -r meget 
ub af ben Øaarb he makes a good deal by that 
fium; . en ub of bet put one out. 

»Hnge o -t {paa 5S)tft) chest, -imbt a galled 
on the chest. 

*»tinget«r n & e, pi «, raspberry, »teft r. 
bush, Rubuå icUeua. 

Ortngebrøf a broad-chested. 

»ringer c -e bringer, bearer. 

»ringejrem breast-strap. -fmne brisket. -Hsrt 
fe brs|. -Uf breast-harness. — 8ring|febbel pole 
-straps. *-føtt brisket. -flliHe (6elet.) breast 
•plate, •strap, -fele fe »ringetsi. 

»rinf e -er brink, edge, verge, (ftejt ttth »anb) 
bluff, »rinfet a steep, predpitous. 

t»rint c hydrogen. »rint|e(flpre) hydradd, 
-Inft fe »rint. -onerilte peroxide of hydrogen, 
hydric peroxide. 

»risil'e [ft.] e (a kind of) bun, briodie, light 
sponge cake. 

»rianett'er pi briquettes, patent fuel. 

»riø(e) e breeze, »rife vt: bet -t op there ia 
a breeze, a b. is coming up. 

»rif! c -er, fe »ri». 

♦»riff o Juniper fe dne». 

•»rijle flg vr meb show off. 

»riffelborr Juniper berry, 
ofl. 

»riØling c -er sprat, Cl%ipea 9prattu9, 
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9ri8fef c sweetbread, pancreai. 

*Bri»fel e brazil-wood, sapan-wood. 

thrift e -ec & ==, break, rent; fig defect. 

fhrifte, Øiofl, bruftet (ogf. «be -t) t» burst, crack, 
break (oøf. fio om pifttet); (Dinene . the eyee 
grow dim; bet moa . ener Ei<ere it must break or 
bend, come weal come woe; færbig at . af 
Sottei ready to split his sides with laughing; . 
vb { £attet, Øraab burst out (a) laughing, crying. 
Brille vi fflaa fejl) fåX\\ bet -r ^m paa Ub^olbeit' 
^ he wants perseverance, -ftttbig a ready to 
bust 9rifHii«É c bursting etc. 

Qriti««'ie« n Brit'ain. -ift a British, -te e 
-r Briton. 

fhra c -ec bridge; (Aatmebto) pier, Jetty; (i 
ftcbel) fire-bridge; (SteitDio) pavement; . . «rille 
(8q)) the king and his train, thread-the-needle, 
the bells of London; floa ~ ooet throw a bridge 
oyer, bridge over. -aaiMiMf cut. -acg pier, 
-oslieg fe -bpgninø. -iaowk pontoon. -(aAe road- 
way. -i«e arch (of a bridge). •(lygMiMø con- 
struction of bridges, bridge construction. 

9rai||e e t brooch, -e're vt sew, stitch, 
•«'re e -t pamphlet, -«reoriejbe book-sewer's 
work- 

fhrab e -be oa -bet sting; *($p{re) sprout; ftam^e 
mob -en bill kick against the pricks. 

9itP%%t, ^rab e -bet (h>stnail. 

Orakke vt rough-shoe, sharp-shoe. 

Støkke« a brittle, fragile, brobne Sanbei broken 
beads, bxobne ftor i alle Sanbe every country has 
its drawbacks; there are black sheep in every 
flock. 

Oraket e, nl Stø'bie^ brother; pi i relia. @til 
brethren; (VhinO friar; Ipftig - merry fellow, 
Jolly blade; bul . cunning dog; . Sibertig rake; 
borm^ertige Otsbre charity-friars; 10 ^alet oærb 
neflem IBisbre 10 dollars and cheap at that 
(price); Otøbrene R. røitma) R. Brothers. •aa«b 
brotherly spirit, •ar» fe -lob. -(00«^ tie of 
brotherhood, -ktm child of a brother, -batter 
niece. 

Urekffe vt embroider; fig adorn. 9roberi> 
f cm embroidering-thread. -st««|ter pattern for 
onbroldering. •ramme embroidering-ftame. — 

Vrakere« o embroidering. Orolererffe c r 
embroiderer. 

Ørakerlf elt sister nation, -farkttttb fjntemity. 
-|ac«k fhitemal hand. -I^ab ft^temal hatred. 
•lilfe« brotherly greeting. 

tirakeri'' n -et embroidery; mus ornaments, 
embellishments, -lyattkel Berlin shop. 8rebe'> 
ri«« c embroidering. 

fnraker ita«e brother's wife, -rtrrlig a brotherly, 
fraternal, -torrligkek f^temal d. brotherly love. 
•fipi firatemal kiss. -la«, -lag firatemity. 9re< 
kesli$ a brotherly, fraternal. 8roberIigl|ek c fe 
•Hub. OrekerlliR'e fe 9cor. -lab brother's share 
of an inheritance. -M a brotherless. -morb 
fratricide, -marker, -«lorberlfe firatricide. •mar* 
kcr(i)ff a fhttriddal. •)^ti%i brotherly alliance. 
•k«rt fe -lob; tage -en take the lion's share. 
•Iiliat o brother's duty, duty as a brother, -ret 
brother's right, •rige sister kingdom, -fittk 
fraternal spirit, •ffaal: briRe . drink eternal 
friendship, -flak n brother-hood, fraternity; 
tatet .. i xottUrfl I would cheat my own father 
at cards, -fklik/ -flrik dissension between bro- 
thers, -f^ nephew, -tkift fe -fpiib. -ke«flak 
brotherlv friendship. 

Orakjfri, «M a stingless. -fr« bur- weed, 
louse-burr, Xomtkium «trumarivm. •f«Ik a, væt 
(tinging. 

9ra'|kr«ger girder (of a bridge), -kttfle plat- 
(bxm, road-wav. -fag bay (of a bridge), -fartøj 
pontoon, -ftofe p/ water-wings. 



Qrog 1 breeches; ^ breeching. -k^Ie breech- 
ing-bolt. 

Qraget [cm] a pied, party-coloured, motley, 
variegated; -be Sfarbet gaudy colours; en - ^ 
a piebald horse; . Ifo a brindled cow; bet fet « 
ub it has an awkward look; %n gaat bet « til 
these are strange goings-on; ^an gjotbe mig bet 
fot . he was rather too bad. -I^ek e variega- 
tion. 

9ra||ammer cross-beam, -lokek mil tete-de 
•point, bridge-head. 

9re{' c badger, fe (^tabling. 

9raf' n rupture, hernia. 

9tafa'ke o brocade. 

SBrolIaker commission-agent's reamer, -far fe 
-Iriae. 

9ratika««k, -ki«k truss, suspensory, hernial 
bandage, -kttlte hernial belt. 

erotf«g( c t, fe ^JeJIe. 

9ralb««k, fe Qhneoling^nb. 

Orafkttkelfe e swelling caused by a rupture. 

Orottadfe e waste-basket. 

8raffe c -t firagment. scrap, bit; (atinfte -t 
scraps of Latin. Srotie «f break; . fammeti 
piece together. -ki9 adv in fhigments. 

Hre'lf«^ e leaf, flap (of a bridge). 

SBronorge e surgeon for ruptures. 

9rofor« n pontage com. 

Oref||iatie«t sufferer fh>m hernia. -ff«rer, 
•fniker, -faitter operator for hernia, -tilfttlke 
rupture, case of hernia. 

Oralef erne n platform. 

Orelorglge vt pave, -ger c -e pavior. -ger« 
Jomfm paving -beetle. -«i«g paving, pave- 
ment, -«ivgdlammidflene« the Commissioners 
of Paving. 

9rom' [6] n brome, bromine. 

eroJma«k tollman (of a bridge), -materiel 
materials for ponton-bridges. 

J8remkrittt e hydric bromide. 
Iremkftr [6] n blackberry, bramble-berry. 
-kttft bramble(-bu8h), blackberry bush, Rubu» 
/ruticonu. -fommerfttgl brimstone butterfly, 
Oonepteryx. 

Sremefler c superintendent of bridges. 

Oromlforkittkelfe compound of bromine; pi 
bromides. -tafi«m bromide of potassium, po- 
tasslc bromide, -metal bromide. »Uftt bromlo 
acid, -falk bromide of silver. -ka«kilof fe -bdnt. 
-ceter bromic ether. 

9ro«i|'|ier pi bronchise. -iai bronch'ial. 
'U'i» c bronohl'tiB. 

Sronae e bronze, (hard) brass, -alkere« the b. 
age. -farke b. colour, -farket a b. -coloured, 
-faff people of the b. age, bronze people, -far* 
gkfktttiia wash-gilding. -t«lt«r bronze-culture. 
-mekaile b. medal, -knlker b. powder, -'re 
vt bronze. -'ri«g o bronzing, -fager b. articles 
(0. fl.). -fkgkom bronzed-skin, Addison's disease. 
-fam cast brass^nail. -karer bronze articles. 
-korefakrifant bronzist. 

9ra|kmge bridge-toll, pier-money, pontage. 
-kiVe pier of a bridge, -kloke mil bolster-plate. 
-k«! pile. 

Orar F fe 8tober. -titt'e good brother, brother 
mine. 

9ra'|fta«fe fortiflcatlon of a bridge, fe -^obeb. 
-flelet fhune (of a bridse). -fliane bridge- rail. 
-f[ag«t«g fe -bygning, -fliker o -e lounger. 

Sroftme c -t torsk, tusk, Brotmiv» vulgarii. 

Sro'lften paving-stone, -taam barbacan. -tr«« 
ponton- train, bridge-train. 

*8ratt n, pi =, shred; breakers. 

Oralkei road-way (of a bridge), -kirgt plat- 
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Hrokite vi brag, Tapoor, make a boast (oEc: 
af of), vaunt (ub. prcep). 9re»te? c -e bragger, 
braggart, braggadocio, ▼apooier. tirøkiteri' n 
bragging etc. 

Orrl tni (9i)feii o. I.) ughl; fe $Tt. 

Oma'« c Blalay bear, Helareto» Maiairanut. 

8nib' n, pi B, breach, rupture (btaat oof. ^ 
Ueniø^), firacture (om ^aarbe (Øenfl., vm, vHll^ 
ralier); (Sten») quarry; (Coectiæb.) breach; fri for 
. møre free from breakage; ber gif . paa ben it 
waa broken; bet ec fommet til et . meaem bem 
thev have ftdlen out, quarrelled. 

Omb o -e bride, to weasel; flaa . be married. 
— 9ntbe|a«b summer duck, wood duck, Aix 
•poiua. -ilttØ bridal el. nuptial torch, -fearb 
wedding -table, nuptial board, -idraf bridal 
seat, -broat bridal dress, -felt p/ bridal couple, 
•fanrb fe vnjQu))«'. -f^Ige bridal procession, 
•f^ver he that gives the bride away, -fane 
bridal el. nuptial present •&«• bridal house. 
•i-toiiifT« fe -^ige. -(aminer bride-chamber, nup- 
tial chamber, t-farl bride'sman. -ffole bridal 
el. wedding gown, -tlttber bridal el. nuptial 
garments, -loite married bride'smald. -tvani 
nuptial wreath. -tro«e bridal crown, -f)^ 
bridal Uss. 4e|e fe -fenø. -t^å ^ flowering 
•rush, Butomu* umbeHahu. -motil wedding 
march, -uat fe ertjQu^a. 

Omb'eii a broken, fractured; -bne %oi frac- 
tional numben. 

Øvvk'ettber pl ends of the fractured bone. 

ØmbeJ^ar bridal pair, new-married couple, 
'•"^cnøe fe -gaoe. -liige bride'smaid. -^iiyMt bridal 
attire. -HMg wedding-ring, -f attg nuptial song, 
epithalamlum. -fettg bride-bed, nuptial bed. 
-floiitiiiel : føre til -flomlen many. -fNve bridal 
procession, -ftat dower, -ft««! fe -gabe. *-ftoat 
fe -morc^. -fuir bridal veil; chalk-plant, Cfyp- 
•ophila. -fmi^Re bridal ornament. -flobS fe -^^nt. 
•fneitb fe -fatl. -tale nuptial discourse. -Hteme 
fe-pige. -«bfh^r wedding outfit trousseau, -nerd 
fe -fang, -nielfe nuptial ceremony, -nife n. 
ditty. 

Ombflabe surface of fiiicture. 

Umbgoin c -me bridegroom. 9rtibtomimaiib 
groom's-man. 

Omblørttttfe (f. (iti. 3æmd) breaking strain, 
•ten quarry-stone. -flliRie fHkgment. -fh^Reagtig 
a ftngmentary. Ombt part af 9rt)be. 

9nig e use, employment; (6tiT) practice, 
custom, usage; t (Sebrift; trade, business; Otbene 
og beref forfteQige . the words and their dif- 
ferent uses; gøre . af make use of; til ^ for 
use; til . for for the use of; ingen . foe no use 
d. occasion for; bet er ^ @(it og . it is the 
custom here; goa af . go out of use, &11 into 
disuse el. desuetude: (omme i . get d. come 
into use. 9r«t n, pi bs, works, manu&etory; 
business, -iar a fit for use, usable, serviceable, 
efficient; i . ®tanb serviceable, -par^eb e fl^ 
ness for use, usefrilness. 

8r«tbe e -t fe »rtygbe. 

Ømge^ -t'e, -t' vt use, employ; (forbruge) con- 
sume, (^enge) spend; (pleje) be in the habit of; 
. fin Sib bet make a good use of one's time; . 
nt mob en Spgbom take something for a com- 
plaint; ^ %obat Slebidn take snuff, medidne; 
. 9ac^( wear a wig; . en fh^eng ^«t observe a 
■trict regimen; .. ^otben till e(. cultivate the 
ground; . 9hinb, * . ^ use bad, impertinent, 
abusive, language; ~ venene make use of one's 
legs, p stir one's stumps; noor bet f(al -8 when 
wanted for use; bet (an ^n . that is in his 
way: oi -te to S)aøe til at It took us two days 
to el. we took two days to; ^ lang Sib til at be 
■low of -ing; . op consume, expend, use the 



whole; . ftg exert el. bestir one's self; bet -4 
i((e ^ til 8anb« it is not the custom in tills 
country; brugte ftlaber second hand dothes; 
-gt Qhititetbaxi spent tan-bark. Bnigelit a fit 
for use, (alminbelig) customaiy, usual, in use; -t 
^^t mortgage of personalty. Omger e -e user; 
fe 3orbbruger, forbruger. 

6rttg9|a«kii9«iiit directions for use. -ejer 
owner of a manufiictory. -forfKina supply 
association, -lyaber usuflructuary. -vefl woric 
•horse. -^Oib prescription, -waabe method 
of using; (om ^orb) mode of cultivation, •pa* 
tYOK f e -ejer. -ret right of using, usufruct, -fbile 
fi&ctory school, -tlibevl trespass, -bttfbi value 
for use el. as an article for use. 

Hmm' n growl. -»a9fe c growler; (Scaetsj) 
humming-top. 9nuKle vi (fumme) hum, buzs; 
(fmaaffcrnbf) grumble, growl. Ommleit e growl- 
ing, tinimme vi growl; Af grumble. 

tømnitiieii de/ f Joe the black hole, durance 
vile. 9niiiimet«r «: en 9Xaanebl . a month In 
the black hole. 

9rttn a brown; en . ^efi a bay el. brown 
horse; -en Brownie; bet -e paa 6tegen the crust. 
-agtig a brownish, -alger pi fticaceæ. -ild a 
fe -rsb. -ililfet a brown with a white blase. 
9r«iie 1^ brown, embrown, (^uben) bronze; 
(ftøb) brown, fry; -t Smør browned el. burnt 
butter; -i, « fig become brown, turn brown; 
8inb og Bejr V^be -t ^m he was weather 
-beaten. 

f^vnutV n lasting. 

9nuteS'e e ^ self-heal, Prunella; fe deem* 
fpuro. 

Oraae're vt brown, burnish. 

9r«Ket' a dark-complexioned. 9niiiet'te c 
-r brunette. 

Hm'algal a brownish yellow, (om ^eft) sorrel, 
-laaret a brown-haired, -i« mow-burnt hay. 
-ittrttfleii limonlte, bog Iron, -(aal borecole. 
-nil lignite, brown-coal, -laben, -lig a brown- 
ish. -Ubet a of a brown colour, -male vt 
paint brown, -malt brown el. kiln-dried malt. 
•ita((e widgeon, Anatpmelope, fe Xaffelanb. -røb 
brown-wort, Scrophularia. -r«b a sorrel. -r#bt 
red ochre. Indian red. -fpaati brazil- e(. sapan 
•wood, -fpat dolomite. 

8niiift c rut, rutting season. 

Orv'alflegt a done brown, -fie« manganeae. 

8rn«fHg a rutting. In heat, in must. 

9rtt'iiflribet a brown-striped. 

9nt«fltib e rutting time, rut. 

Ørung'big n Brunswick. 

8ni'«|tfgret a brown-striped, -«let a brown 
-eyed. 

9ni9 n rushing sound, roar; «aerated waten. 

8ni9, 8nife c -r (paa fBanb(anbe o. ben.) row. 
Omfle, -te, -t vi effervesce, froth, foam; (^obct) 
roar, rush; ^anen -r fig op the cock pufEb him- 
self up: StaXt 'X m^ Slater lime effervesces with 
acids: qan -t (et ob he is apt to fly out, fire up; 
•en be a effervescing etc.; Jlo Impetuous, tur- 
bulent, -c« e effervescing etc.; effervescence; 
(Aaoetft) roaring, -lane e m£^ Macketee pugnax, 
•$okieb hot-headed person. -9Me reeve. 

fdxnft e gristle, cartOage. -agttg a gristly, 
cartilaginous, -ietsmbelfe inflammation of the 
cartilages, -boger whiaow^grass, IUeo^>rmm. 
-biyr cartilaginous animal, -et a fe -agtig. -Ilff 
chondropteryginons fish, -^nbe perichondrium, 
-lint chondrine. -plabc cartHaginons lamina, 
•fbalfl enchondroma. 

Hm'SIIitttonab« effervescing lemonade, -niiit 
c fe Orufen. -pnlner effervescent powder. 

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Omtal a bzutal, churliBh, ballying; en . 
t^e« a boUy. -itc't o bratalitr. 

9nitt»>(cl#i grocs-amonnt. •effcf t gross effect. 
-fraft gross-freight. -iMbtant^ -«blQtte gross 
amount of receipts, gross earnings. -tia||t gross 
-w^ght. 

*9m f fe »ttjbe (ploge). 

Wnm% te enjberi. 

Øv^'^ior a €pt refrangible, •iek o refrang- 
IbDlty. 

9r^^, (røb, (ntbt vt k % ((tttSe) break; (om 
S^fet) refract; (om 6øen) break; (plage) plagae, 
troable, annoy; ^ fit ^oMb puzzle, rack, cudgel 
one's Ivain; . A»v break flax; ^ @ten quarrv 
stone; . 9ta dig out ore; . Saden ^ break 
bulk; . fit 2øfte, fin 9t break one's promise, 
oath; 6abelen -i ^e^ the saddle gaUs the horse; 
» trebfen^ Soget part company; . 3fen break the 
Ice (ogf. M; . Zaof^ben break silence; . af « 
break off; • (i ^olen) stop; meb Kobei til ^ire, 
it^b of! right file! .fcem break forth| emerge; 
Sagen 6tsb fcem dav broke, dawned: . iøennem 
break through; . tnb break In, force an en- 
tnnce; . inb i Sanbet Invade the country; . inb 
i et ^vA break Into a house; . inb obei break 
in upon; . tttt break; . løj» break loose; . 
■el en break with one; . meb en Sane break 
(one's self of) a habit; ~ neb break down; .op 
(o^bchhe) break el. force open, (afmarchere) march; 
(oil 6oar) burst; Selftabet, ^orfamlingen btsb op 
ikkb par^, meeting broke up; ^fen -r op the ice 
is laeaktng up; ^ 6taben ooer condemn; . paa 
bet Znfle have a (German accent; . nb (af 9ftnø> 
fei) break (out of) prison; . nb i Sattet burst out 
laughing; 3lben, ftrigen Btøb ub the flie, war 
broke out; — vr fig meb trouble one's self 
with; . fiø om care about, mind: aa, lr))b!fiem 
ftle om betl don't trouble yourself, never you 
mind; httth big me om mig never mind me; ieg 
• r Brig ine om bet I don't care about It el. for 
it; leg -t mtg tffe om at gaa I don't care to go 
<t about going: — bttjbe« be broken etc., 
(ftomp) wreeae. tevtlbe|fea#fe wrestler. 'Ump 
wrestling-match, -fnat the art of wrestling. 
-kg wrestling. Ibx^Uiiq a frangible, that may 
be t>roken. Ilr)|bc« e breaking etc.; wrestling. 
Oriibe||iUib8 wrestling-place. -H' n -er trouble. 
pother, bother, -taim crowbar, -tag (grasp in) 
wiestUng. 

9r9'^|niiig e breaking etc.; wrestling; fig oon- 
fliet; S^troolemei . refraction of light. -nittgØ' 
»hdcl angle of refraction, -f om a troublesome. 

*9tif€ e -r fe Img. 

Ømt' « brewing. 

Br^gkc o -c basldng shark, sun-flsh, SeiaekM» 

Ønpttc ^ hnyr. 

9t1f$§t n (9t)) Bruges. 

9nit0^ ^ -< wharf, quay, (ubløbenbe) pier, Jetty. 
-««I«f wharflng. »eier wnarf-owner. -fof pier. 
-mrHar wharfinger. -Icle, «prage pier-money. 
-ylaM wharfktge. 

OfllfgeMcl brewing copper. 

9nMget e -e brewer, -gaorb brewery, -fycfl 
brewer^ horse, dray-horse. • (el. Ort^gO^ttØ 
beew- el. brewing house, scullery, -tar orew- 
ing vat. -Carl brewer's man, drayman, -lebel 
brewer's copper, -tiiagt brewer's servant, dray- 
man. -Ian brewer's corporation, -norrina 
brewer's trade, -oim brewing-frimace. -rebffao 
brewing-utensil. Oniggerft n scullery. Or)|g- 
gcrl'fttfe sled, -fimib Journeyman -brewer. 
-•m draycsrt 

*m9|ieffaiper c quay porter, lumper. 

9rMTfM# fe ØttHiger-. -mefler master brewer. 
9i%gmKf e brewing. 



I Ør^nap a -per wedding, nuptials, bridal, 
marriage; ^be^ ^olbe . celebrate a wedding, be 
married; gøre . pay the expenses of a wed<Ung; 
Oftte til . be at a wedding; -pet i (lona the mar- 
riage In -Cana. — 9rlyaitpd|»orb wedding din- 
ner, -ireti invitation to a wedding, -bog wed- 
ding-day. -braat weddinff-dreés. nuptial gar- 
ments, -fefl fe -bøjtib. -følt wedding el. nuptial 
guests, -fttrb wedding festival, bridal, -gitbe 
wedding(-féBst). -girfk wedding-guest, -fafét 
de/ the house in which the wedding is cele- 
brated; bibl . bleb fulbt af Okefter the wedding 
was furnished with guests, -^jtib nuptial 
festival, -tiole wedding gown, -f («bev nuptial 
e(. wedding garments, -narbning bibl wedding 
garment -nat bridal night, -pttnt wedding 
finery. -re|fe wedding-trip. -JiiRe wedding 
ceremonies el. customs, sponsal rites, -tierl 
nuptial verse, epithalamlum. 

9n|ii ti, pi «=, (af en ^øi) brow; (om Ølet) 
eyebrow; (om ^abet) expanse, surface of the 
ocean; fe 6loO'. 

ØYliNbe heat, passion, lust; bet er bebte at 
gifte ng enb at libe . bibl it is better to marry 
than to bum. -t^mabig a fervent. 

*Orlyne m whetstone. Or^ne vt (ogf. t prov) 
whet, sharpen, -fieii o whetstone. 

8r)ni|e e -r coat of mail, cuirass, -liefer pi 
mail-nose, -flttbt a mall-clad, -frane gorget. 
-fat a without a coat of mail. 

Uniologi' c bryol'ogy. 

9n|ff a blunt, churlish. 

emdfet n Brussels. 9r||8felev|riiipliager, 
•torpper Brussels lace, carpets. 

Ovtlft n tx (meft om bet ubbenbige) breast, (om 
bet inbbenbige og bet ^ele) chest; (SnfeftS) thorax: 
(paa 9o(t Sfrue o. (.) shoulder; (p. 9togle) stamp; 
(p. IRapert) transom: -er breasts; gioe . give suck, 
togae til -et suckle; flaa fig for -et strike (smite) 
one^s breast; ^obe fbagt, fteertt « have a weak, 
strong chest; ^oe émecter i -et, onbt for -et have 
a pain in one's chest; bet falbt bam for -et it. 
staggered him; > mob . breast to breast, -arki 
succession in the descending line, -arming de- 
scendant, -leu breast-bone, sternum, -ietoni' 
beffe Inflammation of the chest, pleurisy. -bil> 
Icbe bust, half-length picture, -iiof ^ shoulder 
-block, -bøtt shoulder-bolt (o fl.). -bom yam 
-beam, -ittgfinnebe pi thoradcs. -il|Ib abscess 
in the lungs, empyema -birlte breast-band. 
-hat, -iirvtr« Jujube, ZitypkuB vulgari». -braa* 
htx pectoral essence, -brif pectoral decoction. 
•bma under waistcoat, bosom-firiend. 9n|fte fig 
vr draw one's self up, bridle up, (af ntj boast 
of. 9ri|fli flane pectoral fin. -forlalelfe cold on 
the chest, -førtajntag, -f «fie breastrfast. -gang 
thoracic duct, -garage adv headlong. -I^aatmer 
lift hammer. -Ijamift armour for the breast, 
breastplate, corslet. -Ipittbe pleura. -^nb€' 
betonbelfe pleurisy. -||n( breast-wheel, -late, 
-Inlleb cavity of the chest, thoracic cavity. 
-bHiniet dorsal vertebra. -Mi a breast-high. 
-ialbe: i . breast-high, -tablorg shirt-front. 
•laae pectoral lozenge; joe blow on the chest, 
-falfe chest, -tatavrl catarrh on the chest, 
bronchitis, -firtet manmiary gland. -Ilemmelfe 
oppression at the chest, -trampe spasm in the 
chest, -trane shlrt-ftont, half-shirt, -lap fe -bug. 
-tomme breast-pocket, -mibbel pectoral remedy. 
-mar breast- wall, parapet, -maftel thoracic 
muscle, -naal breastpin, shirt -pin. brooch. 
Or^taing fe -mm. erl»ft|v'niag9)paitei back of 
a window, -plabe breast-piece, (tkimpm.) breast 
-plate, ^lon breast-plough, -rem breast-strap, 
poltral. -dag Oaf.) section of the thorax, -faft 
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-plate; (3nf.) thorax. -fUjfe breastknot. -ftot 
a nnn's stomacher, -fmerte pain In the chest. 
•\matU stomacher, -ftemnte natural voice, chest 
voice, -ftrfmntel tucker, modestv-pieoe. -fitytte 
(af fJtjt) breast, brisket; (3nf.) thorax; (-biDebe) 
bust; (-IjatnifO breast-plate; ^anU)m.) shoulder 
-piece. -i-fotHø fe -f))i. -f niter sweet kisses, 
barley-sugar, -ftoag a weak-chested, -fnaglieb 
weakness of the chest. -f»iii|i brace. -f9f a 
having a complaint in the chest, -ftyøbont, 
-fl|iie disease of the chest, chest-complaint, 
•fttf pleura, -tat (Vtpbn.) hug. -ta|» shouldered 
tenon, -te pectoral tea. -tiifirlbe chest affec- 
tion, -tone chest note. -Hatterfot dropsy in 
the chest, water on the c. -tifnbne fe 9at>h. 
"ifottt nipple. -»KWrt, -»«m breast -work, 
parapet. 

8r<r c -et (39*) glacier, (®ne>) snow-fleld, field 
of eternal snow, neve. 

9ta%t vt tar. 

tOrttber pi boards; -ne (©cenen, ogf. *) the 
stage, the boards: txete paa -ne be on the stage; 
fig ^an ei brfionbig paa ^ he is constantly on 
view. — erttbelfeter stage funk, -anto deal 
floor, -flillernnt partition of boards, -fhtr 
shed of boards, -toeøn cart, waggon, -»arg 
board-partition. 

Storge vi bleat, baa; eoru (om Vt\tt.) bray, -n 
c bleating, baaing. 

fdvaV c & n, pt as, (Brub) break, rupture, 
breach, crack, rent; (©effttbioelfe) breakage; 
(SXangeO defect, imperfection, -jjamnter mason's 
hammer, -jam fe -fiang. 

Hvirtta'oe c brealcage. 

'^9tatU c -t steep ascent (etp in a road). 

9tæt\U [imp ogf. btaf] vt break, fracture: vi 
break: .. ^alfen break one's neck; . ^o^ir fold, 
crease paper; . ftanten paa snape, flinch; -. Aul 
paa en ^lafle crack a bottle; . Saften break bulk: 
« et ©te» break open a letter; - fta break off; 

- om, fe DmbtæKe; - o>) break open; (tofle op) 
vomit up, throw up; tage inb at ~ paa take an 
emetic; w fig vomit, puke, p shoot the cat. 
UttttlteUg a apt to break, frangible, easily 
broken. -tHarm crushing-mill, -mibbel emetic. 
•ning o breaking etc.; vomiting etc.; Øntetet et 
i . the anchor is apeak. -n<b vomic-nut. 
•tonlner emetic powder, -vob ipecacuanha. 
•ttang iron crow, crow-bar. -fntter sugar boiled 
to candy height, -f« Te S3taabfø. -ttanb solution 
of tartar emetic, -tifn antimonial wine. -Iiin« 
ften tartar emetic. *-Dogn break- van. 

9vam\ Ovimtnte c -t border, edging, trim- 
ming; (ffttjnfe) fringe. Svttntme vt border, edge, 
trim. 

9vttm$ fe 9tem9. 

8r<mb|atberett the burning age, the age of 
flre. 'hat a combustible, inflammable, -iarlieb 
e combustibility, inflammability. 

9tauU, -te (* Of ogf. Btanbt, btanb), -t vt 
bum; scorch, sear; commit to the flames; vi 
bum, be on flre; (brænbemætfe) brand; (Big) 
cremate; (ætfe) chir cauterize; (om 92(elbet) sting; 

- Ihjl char wood; - pottet, Xeglften bake pots, 
tiles; .. Otænbeoin distil spirits; . ftaffe roast 
coffee; - og ffcenbe destroy with flre and sword; 

- »unben of et ©fib bream a ship; « of ©egæt« 
lig^eb, 9tebe bum with desire, anger; jeg -bte af 
Iragcrmob I was fired with military ardour; bet 
-t i Conen there is a fire in the stove; bet ^t 
-t i Slat paa to ©tebet there was a fire last night 
in two places; ^ufet -te a f the house was bumt 
dovm; - af (Sf»Jtb. o. I.) let off; - eftet hang 
fire; - efter at bum with desire to; .fot flash 
In the pan; ^n(8 gjette) -t fot ^be he dotes 
upon her; bet ^at -bt fot ^m there has been a 



fire at his house; - inbe t fe dnbebtænbe; i 
perish in the flames; ~ inbe meb be left with 
. . . on one's hands; .neb burn out; . op < 
bum, i be burnt, be destroyed by fire; - paa t 
bum to the pot; i (^toe ^Ib) fire; . f amm en I 
fUse together, set. t decompose, diminish by 
decomposition; . fig ^S^ bum one's fingrers; — 
btanbenbe a buming etc.; -nbe iloetItg))eb ardent 
affection; ^ scarlet lychnis, Lvchniå chaicecUmica; 
-nbe ©pøtgSmaal burning question; btænbt ©labe 
a bum, scald; fe 9atn; fig jeg et Bleoen -bt I 
have bumt my fingers. Ororabe n f fire-wood; 
«fuel; ^ugge . chop wood; en 9obn ~ a cord of 
wood. t-affa(b chips, ©ronbelbve» fe VStaoif 
Bteo. "hwctt carrier of wood, -fang supply of 
wood, -glad fe JBtanb«. -goiiU sea-nettie. 
Oyanea eapillata. -^cnbter firewood-seller. -Ipng' 
ger woodcutter, hewer of wood. -|n9 wood 
-house, -lam (til at Btanbe 9R(etfe) branding 
iron; vet oauter; (ShrøIIeiætn) curling tongs. 
-foSfe firewood-box. -tnrP firewood -basket. 
-tttUer wood-cellar, -hole. -Joft wood -loft, 
-mangel scarcity of wood, -material fe etanibfe(< 
emne. -mefter fore-man. -mocrfe brand, stigma. 
•m«rfe vt brand, stigmatiEe. -m«rfKt»g e 
branding, stigmatizing. Orimbeln c burning 
etc. -nttlbc nettle, UrHoa. -olb fe ©tænbolbet. 
-oplag, -plabØ wood-yard, -ptnbe crucible. 
-|»rtt price of fire-wood, ©rontber c -e burner; 
^ portfire, ©roenberi n fe ©toenbeoinftbtænbeti, 
Zegl% ftalf' ofb. ©rornberitorl distiller's man. 
©rornbelflo» fe ©tanbfelftob. -ftferer sawyer of 
fire- wood, -ftaiel pile, stack of fire- wood. 
-»«Me fe -gople. -Peb firfe-wood. 

©ronbebin n & c spirits, etp whiskey, gin, 
ardent 8pirit(8), (nabnl. ftanfl) brandy; gennemtntffet 
meb . brandied. — ©r<mbePind|(r<mber distiller 
of spirits, -krimberf distillery. -Inmbin g distil- 
ling, distillation. -g(a9 dram-glass, -tetoet stOl. 
-fnr alcoholism. ^ -fttlber spirit-room. -U§t 
smell of brandy, -manb (-otænbet) distiller; 
(-^nblet) dealer in spirits, -ponbe still, -mr^per 
alcoholmeter. *-ret licence to sell spirits. -t»(b 
duty on spirits, -tdi distilling apparatus. -nb> 
falg selling of brandy; eono gin-shop. 

©roenbelPorrbi value as ftiel. -«fSe wood 
cutter's axe. 

©r«nb|g(a9 buming-glass, sun-glass, -geple 
fe ©tanbe*. -lyeb a buming hot. -bebe buming 
el. scorching heat. ^'%<ettt fe ©tænbenælbe. 
8r«nling o buming etc.; (mob ©ttonb el. fttippe) 
surf, breakers. 8rirNb]finie caustic (curve). 
«•nc8Ie fc ©tænbenælbe. -offer bumt ofFeiing, 
holocaust, -offeralter altar of bumt offering, 
-opn ftimace, kiln, -pnnlt focus. 

©rttnbfel n fhel, firing, -iefparelfe saving of 
Aiel. -iefparenbe a fuel-savingf. -emne Aiel, 
combustible matter, -forbrng consumption of 
friel. -n^ scarcity of ftiel. -ftop a wood in- 
tended for fdel. -f|i{(b(e) waste of fuel, -flif 
fe -emne. -(ft)»«»^! value as tael. 

©rontb|fpe|( bumlng-mirror. -flaal blister 
steel. -Paole fe ©tanbegople. -Pibbe focal length 
et. distance. 

♦©r«t' c og « tumed up (el. down) edge, brim 
el. end; lagge . i en ©og turn down el. dog's 
-ear a page; fig lægge . paa lay stress on. 

Cr«t' n -tet og ©tæbet board; (©aWe) tray: 
paa et . at once, off-hand; paa bft fotte ~ in baa 
odour, on the black list: fpille føtft af -tet play 
the losing game. -IrætS waste on the work 
•table, «fpu draughts, chess. 

^tttttt vt ^ op tum, el. double up; - neb 
turn down; undouble. 

<t)rir(te|gnlP fe ©tæbe. -lorgøe vt board. 

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Bt$% n,p2 «. bread; ft Ocøb a loaf (of bread); 
bet ail af font tHtnnt . it sold like penny rolls, 
it sold like wildfire; fortjene fit . earn el. make 
cme's bread; flbbe i et gobt * have a good busineBS, 
a snug place e(. berth; tcttt i enl . eat one's 
bread; tage -et af 9Runben )Mia en take away one's 
bread; een 9Ranb# ~ en anben 9Ranb# $øb one 
man's breath another man's death; flaa et fiort 
. 0)) lay an ambitions plan; fe 8anb. lHr«b|«ff«lb 
waste bread, -(ager baker. -(agMiMg baking 
of bread, bread-making. -iaHc oread-basket, 
A, bread barge, -tab baker's shop. -(oOe 
dmnpling, little ball of bread. 

Orebe e £anlt, blame, gnilt. -(eti|»get -ienibH 
a conscious (of one's guilt) guilty, -(enibfll^eb 
coDficiousnéss of gnilt. -fri a faultless, blame- 
less, guiltless, -fiilb a foulty, guilty, culpable. 
-fmlb|c% goutiness. -hUS fe -fiH. 

BtåfUmMt breadstuff. 

Or«beifh|Ib guiltiness, -fntittet a guilt-stained. 
•Htmvg a guilty. 

llm[fortia«bU»g transubstantlatlon. -fr«gt 
bread-fruit, -fmattr« bread-(fruit) tree, Arto- 
carjmø inciaa. -febe food (etp derived from 
bread-stuff^), sustenance, -febe tft & r supply 
with bread-stuflb; maintain, support; fianbet fan 
Ole . fig cannot supply its own population with 
bread, -^erre employer, master, -fantmer 
bread-room, -tnib bread -knife, -foiie bread 
•woman, -lam bread-corn, -fnittiite crumb of 
bread. -tttTli bread basket, pannier. -Ui ^ 
fe -fammer. -leb flat-cake, -wf a breadless, 
without bread; -f Ihinfiec unprofitable pursuits. 
-mcagel scarcity of bread, -««rtf e baker's mark. 
•«ib (professional) Jealousy. - og 9in-^eiige 
sacrament-money, dominicals. »pltmtt cereal. 
•<p»fe bread-bag. 

Bvrbte fe »vobeT' -lag fe Orober*. -nteitig' 
Icbm the United Brethren, -ffifte division of 
inheritance between brothers, -flrlb fe OtobeT*. 

9vtf'k|fm( rye for bread, -faiice bread-sauce. 
-{Iben the klssing-crust. -fHttincl mould, musti- 
nesfl (of bread). •fKbc slice of bread, (riflet) 
toast, -florae crust of bread, -ftfiftef usual 
{»inting-letters. -flftrer bread-cutter, -fntiile 
fe -tntmme. -farg fe Storbialforg. -ftof fe -emne. 
•fhUim« professional study, -ftt^lpc panado, 
panade. -tafft bread-rate, -traiig fe -manaef. 
•t^lP (unbttig 5tiener) useless servant, drone; (ben 
font toget 9lætinøen fra anbte) spoil-trade, -tonr* 
»ing cipet. -bc«b toast and water, -bibciiflai 
learned profession, •bog» bread-cart. 

Br«t c -er firaction; uæate ~ improper fi»ction. 
•tel fractional part, firacuon. -feg«i»g fi-actions. 

Br«I n, p/ s, roar, bellow. fdtøU vi roar, 
bellow. BvtUwe preacher monkey, Myoetå». 
9tst€U e roaring etc. Breie? o -e roarer. 

9tmh e -e well (ogf. i SKftelbafe oa til 6fnie), 
draw-well; rejfe til -en go to the wells, waters; 
bet er fot fent at lafle -en til, naot Batnet et 
btulnet lock the stable-door, before the steed 
is stolen; after death the doctor, -«are well 
-spring. -ciiftaU watering place, -iorcr well 
-borer, well-driller, -gvaøev well-digser, well 
•«inker. -araHMiMg well-sinking. •g<rt visitor 
at a watering place, -lage fe -ttoa. -Ifiil wheel 
eL pulley for drawing water, -iiibf «timig, -form 
brick work el. parapet round a well. t-lMMØf fe 
-fponb. -farfe water-cress, Niuturtium officinaU. 
•Hfie basin, cistern, -frotii case of the basin. 
•frog sweep-hook, -fur: bruge« take, el. drink 
the waters. •!««« cover of a well. -Ifrae phy- 
sician at a watenng-place. -Iititfe well-chain. 
•«afffmc ^ trunk engine, -ttefter conduit 
master; (o^ 6ttnb^blbt«nb) inspector of the 



pump-room, 
pump-room. 



•iniMC well, -reb well-rope. -f«l 



Breilbfcl c bur-marigold, Biden» tripartita. 

Br«itb|fiitaftc welled smack, -f^ottb well 
-bucket, . well-pail, -flage, -flaiig well-sweep. 
•fte« compass-bricks pi. -flo^^er cable-com- 
pressor, -ffttiiiiig, -ffrttcr fe -gtatming, -gratier. 
-tib season (for using the waters), -bftiib well 
-water, -biiibc windlass, -niii^c fe -flang. 

Brefic fig vr look big. -ig a haughty, arrogant. 



-igbcb c arrogance. 



>r«fl c (Vlangef) fault, defect, flaw, imperfec- 
tion; (STabe) hurt, damage, detriment, prejudice. 
•firlbig a decayed, ruinous, dilapidated. -f<rl* 
bigl^cb c decay, ruin, dilapidation, -i-liolbc vt 
prejudice, -^olbe« a aggrieved, prejudiced, not 
satisfied. -l^olbe«l^cb o prejudice, disadvantage. 

B» I tnf bo ! ban fan boeifen fige . eOer Ba he 
cannot say bo to a goose. 

Bubo'» o -et bu'bo. 

BiiAari'et n Bucharia. 

BviffHll n buckskin 

Bub n, pi ■>, (Befaling) command, command- 
ment, order, behest; (9wtinbe) message; (Senbe», 
ftontot«) messenger; (ZilO offer; (beb llnltion) 
bid, bidding; (9ietl*) sergeant, beadle of a court 
(of Justice); be ti . the ten commandments; gaa 
. go on errands; -et oentet bearer waits; ^be . 
til fe Ziltale vt iig\ fenbe .. eftet send for; fenbe 
el. iiia'^t « til en send to one, send one word; 
lab bet gaa ~ eftet ^am let him be sent for; 
Vtunl ^ the dictates of honour, -brivger, -i<rrer 
bearer of a message. 

Bmbbl^a Buddha. -iS'tttClt def Bud'dhism. 
•iH' c -et Bud'dhist. -Ifl'ifl Bud'dhist, Bud- 
dhistic. 

tBltbbitc -t box. 

^itbcfe c -t milkmaid. 

Biibbiiig o -et pudding, -forin pudding-form 
el. -shape, -ftcn p.-stone. 

tBii'bff gcb messenger (of a country Jurisdic- 
tion). 

Bmbget' n -tet bud'get. (financial) estimates; 
fe ^nanMob. -Mr, -(otttlé fe ^nanl*. -tc're vt 
estimate. 

B»'b|Ieje, AMn messenger's fee. -orb com- 
mandment, -fenbe fe: fenbe Bub til. -fenbiiig 
message, -flab a -et tidings. -fliRc fiery cross, 
gathering token, -fhte messenger's el. door 
•keeper's room, -tleiiefle service of a messenger. 

B»bt fe Bbbe. 

B»c c -r (til at fftjbe) bow; (Biolin) bow, F 
fiddlestick; (^bæloing) arch; ((EitteM arc; (Irum 
Stnie) curve; (i BiOatb) port; (p. Bugge) head, 
arched top; mas tie; fpænbe -n bend the bow; 
fpænbe -n rot ^oit aim too high, make too great 

Sretensions; ^imlenl . the vault of heaven. 
lue flg vr bow, arch, •bottiiet a bowed, curved, 
arched, arcuate. -fU bow-file, •forwig a fe 
•bonnet. -f«ti»g, -ferfcl e bowing, -gavg arcade, 
piasasa, portico; hibi porch. -bb<r(liiiig arched 
vault. -Inttt fe -bonnet. -fmwMiiia arcuation. 
-Ia«Mie arc(-lamp). -linie curve, -loft vaulted 
ceiling, -mager o e bow-maker, bowyer. -ttti* 
««ter pi minutes of arc. -pa9f^ bow-compasses, 
wing-oompasses. -fab bow-saw. -fctttttber se- 
conds of arc. -ftoft bow-handle, -fhib bow 
-shot; aH random shot. •fn|b«i«g archery. 
-fh|k«i«a»felftai tozophiUte society, -ffbttc 
archer, bowman. -fp««ber rack for bending a 
bow. -f^antbtag span of an arch. -fHlli«g oroA 
cradling; (®ab*) saw-firame. -flrc«g bow-string. 
-fhreg drawing of the bow, bowing. -fll|ffe 
(^nip.) link, -fiiflctttet tlttA the arc system. 
B«c'Jt a fe -bonnet, -tag arched roof, -btabuc 
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8iiffcv fe «uffet. 

9nfft't [fr.j o -er sideboard; refreshment-room. 
-løtttfrK bar-maid. 

fBn^ c -e belly, abdomen, paunch; (af 9flb) 
bilge; (af SfofCO belly; (paa éeii) bunt: • mob • 
^ bilge and bilge; aøvt -en til fin ^ub make a 
god of one's bellv; bibl ^bil 9ub et -en whose 
God is their héaj. -«iitef bow-anchor. -ir»( 
gastrocele. Oiiøe vt op ^ bulge up. IHiøet a 
bellied. big-, swag-bellied. 8ttg|fiiiiie abdominal 
fin, ventral fin. -fbmctoS a apodal. -f|er belly 
feather, -flabe ventral surface; ^ commissure. 
•fl|(be repletion, surfeit, -ftfbbcbe pi gasteropods. 
•gaarbiiiø ^ bunt-line. -g|øf b belly-band, girth. 
-Diitbc peritoneum. -|i»bcbet«rabelfe peritonitis. 
•Iiilc abdominal cavity, -fvf i mesentery. 

0»Sle fe Oule. 

811'gliiie o ^ bow-line. Ovgliitf U|ert e bow- 
line cringle (0. fl.). 

8ttg|Ui9 diarrhea. -Mert ^ buntllne cringle. 

8iig|iic vi bulge, bend; be -nbe 6eil the belly- 
ing sails el. canvass; (Ørenen -r af ^gt the 
branch bends under the weight of the fruit; 
OoTbet -T af Slettet the table groans under the 
weight of the dishes; . ub swell out. -lie« 
bulging etc. -iiiiig o -et bulge, bend, convexity. 

Oiiglontt belly- worm, -rent belly-band, -fej« 
fiM bunt-gasket. 

Øiigfc're vt tow. tug. 0»gfe'r|iaab tow-boat, 
tug(-boat), -bomber (steam-)tug. -enbe fe -tob. 
>fart^ fe -baab. -foil towers. -Irøg towing 
-ontfofhtiMgCf towage. 
tjenefte towage service, 
hawser. 0»gfe'H»g e 



-hook. -Hue towlihe. 
-iPttllevt towing post. < 
-tøb, -trtSfe tow-rope, 
towing. 

OVglflalbet a (om S< 
•ftiø(b »o ventral shiel 



on the belly. 

•fult incision 

of the belly. 



in the abdomen, t-forg care 
-fpnpb bowsprit. -f|i9t pancreatic juice, -fpl^t' 
f trtel pancreas, -f iia«gef flab extrauterine preg- 
nancy, «f^nt ^ ventral suture; m^d gastro- 
raphy. 

Oiiat c -et bend, turn, curve, sweep, winding; 
(&at)') gulf, bay; (\ %gmmn) round; (af tob) i 
bight, (opfhibt) fuLe; flaa . make turns; Sejen 
gaot { -et the road winds; faa (-t-taabe) . meb 
manage, master, get the better of. get under, 
prevail against, have one's wiU of; ban bit ^be 
-en og begge (Enbeine he wants to have it all his 
own way, he wants both ends and the middle. 

8»'g|talefe-ta(eti. -talet ventriloquist, -talev* 
agtig ventriloquial. -taleri' n ventriloquism, 
ventrilocution. 

tungte vi k r bend, turn, wind, meander. 
Oitgtct a curved, winding, sinuous, tortuous, ^ 
sinuate. Qugtebif adv in bends, turns. Oiigt' 
|Ml compass-plane. Øiigtiiiiig -et winding 
etc.. sinuosity. 

Oiigliilb underlocks; - og 8enulb locks. -Mt* 
tevfat ascites, -nippe ^ bunt whip. -iiHb 
gripes, p mulligrubs. 

*iBitl^iiiib c shepherd's dog, colley; ao triton. 

8iif' c -re ((ikbeb.) he-goat, ram-goat; (Sftbet) 
ram; (Waab.) buck; (Sfrat>e) horse, trestle; ^1, 
(tit at I»fte meb) sheers; (Ihifte») box; (tfenetfæbe) 
dickey: (i Qolbfpil) feeder; (Kambuf) ram; » 
(infeltbeflafln; fptinge . play at leap-ftx>g; flaa . 
make, give, profifer a back; flaa . fot en g^ve 
one a back, g. one a leg up; begaa en ^ commit 
a blunder; bibl ffiOet 9<uitene fta -lene divideth 
his sheep fh>m the goats. 

ØKf n, !>/ », bow; gate et . make a bow. 

*©«'! fe «atbul. 

tOitfar c woodroof, An>erula. 

Ouf'avefl n Bucharest. 

Ottfbfeffe« n hammer-doth. 



Bulet' -tet bonque't, nosegay, -løfber bou- 
quet-holder. 

Qiille vt (Sæle) ram, drive. 

Øiille vt k r bow, bend; ~ inb (i 6bntng) turn 
el. tuck in; . fig stoop. 8»lle vi bow, bend 
the head, incline the head; . fot en bow to 
one; . bbbt lx>w low, profoundly; . mtbet suc- 
cumb (to), p buckle under; - unbct for (nt) 
sink beneath, be overcome by. 

Øitllclbeitct a goat-legged, capriped. -Iltb 
buck -bean, bog bean, Menymihet trifoliata, 
-irø trestle-bridge, t-biev Solomon's seal, Pi>t^ 
Qcnatum. -l^ørti buck's horn: ^ fenugreek, 
Fænum Orcecum. -bøpcb ^ monkey, -lib he-kid. 

Hitllel -Itet fe itceUt. 

Snilcii bowing etc.; « og SItaben bowing 
and scraping. 

Ilitlfe|{li»b buckskin. -fl«g goat's beard. 
•f pirer j, sheer-lees, -fprtitg caper, capriole, 
•torn box-thorn, Lifcium. 

Bullle vt curl, -et a curly, -er c buckler. 



9itl«iii|[^ c -et bowing. 
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•lee -e bucolic 



8iil0'UTl« the Bucol'ics. 
poet, -fl a bucolic. 

ØttlSiøin c box, BtKtu», -Iftl boz-hedge. 

Hiilier pi (« oaf. fBuHt -t) trousers, panta- 
loons, F pants, (eg. fun om Ihiæbufiet) breechei, 
small • clotJies; fnoebte . tights; ^entimmeis 
8øtn^ pantalets; gjettet fant bam neb t -ne hit 
heart went down to his heels, to his shoes; 
ftonen ^t -ne paa the wife wears the breeches. 
— Øiilåc|ieii leg of the trousers, -feber F foa 
. show the white feather, -fille fob. -flif, 
-Hob, *-n«ff flap -iKOp trousers' button, button 
of the trousers, -laar cannon. -liiiiHag waist- 
band, -lomnte trousers' pocket. -M a nn- 
breeched. 

9»liN|reni fe -^p. -feler braces, gallowses, 
suspenders. -flr<ebber trousers-, breeches-maker, 
•fplit front opening. -fHrop trouser-strap. -trø^ 
child newly breeched, -tøf trousering. 

9»lfpri»g»i»a c leap-frog. 

Øur -le (af Zts) trunk, bole, stem, stump, 
log; (af 6øile) shaft; (af 6tjotte) body. 

Oiilbiber 't bulldog. 

ØMlbrø log bridge. 

^»Ibaii a kind of canvass. 

Bulber n noise, crash, uproar, turmoil, hurly 
-burly; (af Bogne 0. (.) rumble, rumbling. -S«ife 
blusterer, -pørm v blustering, boisterous. 

Bttlbøg fe Bulbibet. 

Bttlbre vi roar, rattle; (flænbe) scold, bluster, 
storm, race; . paa ^vten thunder at the door; 
•nbe a rumbling, -ii roaring etc. -r 
blusterer. 

Bule c -t (Ihtop paa Otetalatbejbe) boas, em- 
bossment; (6bulfl) bump, lump, protuberanoe: 
(iubfltbt) dent; (i ^at) knock; F low place of 
amusement, -blobet a with convex leaves. -Ht 
(battered) wide-awake, billy-cock, -rmmb a con- 
vex, -t a bossed, embossed; dented. 

Bmlt «'rile« n Bulgaria, -er 0, -ifl a Bulgarian. 

B«nr c -et btmip. knot; (Bogb/) swelling, 
*(inbfl0bt) dent. Bulle vt make dents in: — vi 
ub puff out. Bullet a rugged, knotty; ^dented. 

tBnOe c -t castrated bull. 

Bulle c -t (paoelig) bull. 

BttOen a swollen; . ^met swollen el. sore 
finger, felon, whitlow; . Sfobe swelling, tumor. 
-l^eb c swelling, -flab b. f.; pus. 

BMØetin' [ft.] e -re buU'etin. 

Biiliite(itrt) henbane, Hyvcyamu» niger. 

Budiiober core (of a boil). 

Bttliie vi swell, fester. Bndiiiig swelling. 

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B«IiMmte mitten, -»«nrl bulwark, ««tie wood- 
man's ftze. 

Om»'! tut bangl (Xtomme« £l)b) rob-a-dub, 
rat-a4at, pit-a-pat. 

«Qmunik o husbandman. 

fhimlaiil c bmnboat. 

t9m«Ie, Onmrc vi carouse, make merry. 

Q«»lp c thump, -e vi thump. 

9maA adv bangl dash I slap! — -t-n fe 8nmp. 
-c vi neb come bang down. 

Ømib c -e bottom; (af Slib) bottom, floor; (af 
ftenon) breech; (af Xønbe) head, bottom; (i ZsJ) 
ground, groundwork; *<af en 9ioTb) inner end; 
head; noa . (meb 9øbbeme) feel the ground; {Re 
naa . be out of one's depth; faa ~ (meb Sobbet) 
sound; fcettc . i head; flaa -en inb el. ub paa 
break the bottom of, stave in; fe IBor; meb -en 
i Seiret bottom upwards; HI -i, til -en to the 
bottom; /ig thoroughly; tomme til -I i get at 
(ef. to) the bottom of; i . og (Sranb utterly; -la? 
widening bit. *-iarb, -if<rt bottom board. 
-trcMe breadth of bottom. IHiiibe vi reach the 
l>ottom; Jig -t i rests on. 

Ihmbai part of Oinbe; . earmc latent heat. 

IHiMblfalb sediment, deposit, precipitate, 
grounds, -fmie ground-colour, -fafit a (om 3^) 
finn to the bottom, -fattig a utterly destitute. 
-feke vt fiatten up. -febntag fattening up. -flabe 
under surface. -føfb<m»et a utterly depraved. 
-farftetteiiig (p. Shmon) reinforce, -frife (p. 
toion) base ring, -fr^yf c o« freese to the bottom. 
-fcUe vt precipitate, throw down; •%, « fig be 
precipitated. -f«lbiii»g precipitation. -f<rlk< 
Mteglttibbcl precipitant, -forfle n, /h firm hold. 
"qmn seine, -gameriag ^ ceiling of the floor. 
-ftn bottom. -|aa? fe 9ntnb<. -Ingae fe fRob«. 
•w ground-ice, anchor-ice. -famii fe -fotftort' 
niag. -fUrbitf«g ^ bottom plank, -(aliier copper 
bottoms, -frat bottom -angle, -lag bottom 
layer; aor (hard) pan. -(afl cargo next to the 
floor. -f-I«rb fe Øntnb*. -later fe SiReonb. -laS 
a bottomless, unlkthomable; ocere i . (Øælb be 
over head and ears in debt; . Ubiben^eb bound- 
koB ignorance, -raabbe« a completely rotten. 
•cckcftg a thoroughly honest -regit regular 
downpour, -rikere i floor-riders, -fenter ^ 
floor ribband. 

OmnMførl»aiikt o -e ally, confederate. -Irige« 
the Social war. -flat n alliance, confederacy. 

Bnnblfhraie(r) dredge. -tt<eliet»aab trawl-net. 
-fbnpar bottom staves, -flof ^ floor-timber. 
-ffartlUiie rising line, -flatftob floor-head, -flat- 
Meger bilge-plank, -tré« under-current. -ftl|tte 
bottom piece, (af Shinon) breech, -hfttltc» a 
ravenously hungry. -H-fl^g a thoroughly ill. 
-fctming e precipitation. 

Oniibt n re) -n bundle, bunch; (af 6traaler) 
pendl; et « ^s a truss e(. bottle of hay. 

evmktor« fe (fnbetarm. 

0«sbte 9t btmdle, make up in bundles; . op 
^ make up (a sail). QitabteHii adv in bundles. 

Onm^iHlfe^ floor-board, bottom board, -taoi' 
«cr sunk timber; ^ floor-timber. 

Bmie e -T groin, breakwater. 

*Oiinf c -et fe Vnle. 

Onaffaorer sweeps pi. 

9mmU e hair-grass, Aira. 

Oaiife e -c heap, pile; famle til . hoard (up 
money); — vt ^ fammen heap up; . fig op aocu- 
aalate. 

*9wife e -T milk-pan. 

Omiet « fe Broget. Oii«terab : i . 'ladles and 
fentlemen) alternately. 

^mwmakn e -t fturier, skinner. -l^aaMblianrf 
ftnrier'B, skinner's trade, -»arer fhrs and skins. 

*Oaar« e -e ringed snake, Coiub^r matrix. 



Our n -e cage; fætte i . cage. 

8iirbe fe »ør. 

8iirbit'8 adv bangl like a bolt. 

Oiircaii' n -er office; . eerita< the Bureau 
Veritas; fReuterl, fRi|aul . R.'s Agency. -<^ef 
chief clerk of a government-office. Siireaitl Ira't 
c -ex bu'reaucrat. -tratf ' n bureauc'racy; (-fratiet) 
officialdom. -Ira'tifl a bureaucrat'ic; joc red 
tape. 

Barett 'c e -r burette. 

Ba'rfttgl cage bird, cagellng. 

Oargiå 0, tvp bourgeois'. 

Ourjaab, -'ie« n Bur'gundy. -'er Burgundian; 
(Stn) Burgundy, -'ifl a Burgundian. 

*oiirff«e c male fern. Polytidrnm JUix nuu. 

0«'r(«ai «L overhand knot. 

Oarlefl' a burlesque. 

Ottm»8 o -er bumoose. 

Bnrre c -r burdock. Lappa; (grntgten og fiø) 
bur. -røb burdock-root, -faerre cleavers, Oa- 
Hum Aparine. 

tOarfl a boorish. 

e»i c ^ (i 6eiO beUy; (p. 9ab) bilge. 

Oitft adv slap, bang; Isbe . paa bounce against. 
8nff ri ^ pitch; Jiff .^ paa he precipitate, go 
in head foremost; « ub meb blurt out. 

♦«ud ie »uM. 

^ufemftab fe Quifemanb. 

^iit^gat n ^ side-pipe; stem-pipe. 

'^11 f f ' e bush, shrub. 

^uftii bd n -er thicket, (plantet) shrubbery. 

^uffagtig a bushy, shrubby, arbuscular. 
'^uftap -ec live stock; cattle and sheep; herd. 

iPuft c ilg ©r, -ei vd bush, (om 9tct%, ftom) 
tiller, -ei a bushy. 

Oaffet' n -ter, fe Ouffabl. 

Oiiff|fl|r New Jersey scrub pine, J\nu» inop«. 
-$æUtt a with tufted gi]}a. -dagger hedging-bill. 
-m fe earølec. -boae brush turkey, Taleøalla 
Jjatkami. -tttftMb jM Bushmen. Bo^jemans. -aellif 
sweet-william. Dianthus barhatw. -f«iijer pine 
-pine, Drymotca. *-fl)i«t c stone-chat, Saxicola. 
-{matte golden ruffled pheasant, Thamwdaa. 
•fHia wart-hog, Potamockmu. -tttt shrub. -HU 
adv in bushes. -Hftlft fe Bnfl. -Hdtrf shrubbery. 

tOalttt<effer e gout-wort, Ægopodiwn poda- 
ffTtnta. 

*OaH c -ec quid (of tobacco). 

•©«•fe c -r: gobe -t great friends. 

*ea9fe vt fe »slfe. 

8a9feotattb c bug-bear, bogie. 

fdni[t\tuV, -raa'be o -er smock-frock, Jumper. 

eadfejtralb fe manb. 

8ttfie [ft.] c -r bust. 

*eaftell|ag heather, heath, ling. 

•OafHuel e -er hedgehog, land-urchin, Erina- 
eeu9 europteu», 

fdut' a (affhimpet) stubby, short and thick; 
(muO sulky, surly, snappish. 

•Bttt' c -tec tub (with a cover). 

Oatif -lec shop, amr store; ^olbe . keep a 
shop, amr run a store. 8atif(å)|bre«g shop-boy. 
-efer shop-keeper, -ittneatarittot trade fixtures, 
•føtttfr« shop-woman, -prid selling- price, -ffnffe 
till, -fueab shopman, salesman, -tlyli shop-lifter. 
•tl^t»ert shop-lifting, -niabae shop-window, (bele 
^orfiben) shop-front. 

OatfafI e ^ butt. 

Otttleri' n ^ steward's room. 

Oatfaabe c dolphin, Corvphcma. 

Oatteftt'r c ^ bumpkhi. -ilof b.-block. -ffiafel 
b.-pendant. 

Øaiterbejg fe Smsrbejg. 

Oaitet a chubby, dumpy. 

01) c -er town, city; bo I -en live in town; ^an 
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er i -en the maid is gone an errand; gaa i -en 
go on errands, t p be on the spree; gaa fe|I t 
•en be in the wrong box; tron gaa gobt i -en go 
on a fool's errand; gaa omfrtng -en walk round 
the town, Qaa omfcing i -en walk about the town. 
-«^el town-gentry, •iefolhtiiia townspeople, 
town population, -tø, -(øef fe -manb. -vtt^ 
(ticket- jporter, commissionaire, «o cady. 

fB^ht, bøb, bubt el. bubet vt (befa(e) command, 
order, bid. charge; (inbb^be) ask, invite: (tilb^be) 
offer, proffer, tender; (gøre IBub) bid, offer; - 
Xxohi bid one defiance el. b. d. to, brave, dare, 
defy; . ©pibfen make head against; . en 0ob* 
morgen wish one a good morning; og bet tør ^e 
~ mig dare you take such liberty with me? 
dare you say that to my face; ^an fabet fig alting 
~ he puts up with anything; .op raise the price 
of; . en op til Sanfi ask one to dance; > opet 
et ftongerige rule, sway a kingdom; ^ opec (ot)er> 
bpbe) outbid; - poa bid for; - fio til feXtlbpbe 
fig. -iitaabc the imperative (mood), -«be a com- 
manding, imperious; . $Iiat, 92øbPenbigbeb im- 
{)erative duty, necessity; bet blep en - W. for ftam 
t became imperative upon him. -Mbe e bidder. 
•itbe n dictates pi. 

Ol)'|bre«0 errand-boy, message-lad. -enbe end, 
extremity of the town, -f øøeb town judge, -føll 
townsfolk, townsmen; t villagers. -fHfieb charter 
el. privilege of a town. 

olyg' n & c barley, Hardeum. 

©li'g c buck, bucking. 

OQløabc street, -gaiig (running) errands; friot, 
dissipation. 

9^^'\aW ear of barley, -ir^ barley bread. 

8l)0b c -er country district, parish. — Øl^gbcl* 
fø(f parishioners, -(ag district, nelghbourhooa, 
county, -manb parishioner. -)iølitit vestry 
-politics, -pel parish road, cross-road. -Poegter 
p. beadle. 

890C -r (9legn*) shower; (fBinb') squaU; 
(SorbenO thunderstorm; bet troeRer op til en « a 
squall is brewing; fit en . over fig was caught 
in a squall. 

89ge vt buck. Q^gejfar bucking-tub. -Iitb 
buck, -faa, -t^ttbe fe -fat. 

O^gepcfr showery el. squally weather. 

OlPØfoØl wryneck, Yunx torquilta. 

8pa[f«Uig a dilapidated. -f<rlb(ig4eb) c decay, 
dilapidation. 

Ølyøøe vt build, construct; . og bo take up 
one's abode; -t af (Eg, ^ætn «^ oak-built, iron 
•built (0. fl.); -t i Ubionbft foreign-built; Pel -t 
(om 9Rfte) well-built, well-knit; ..op igen rebuild; 
^ pac^ fia rely on, trust to; .til make additions 
to a building. -arie|be building work; building 
enterprise, -baitf fe -felftab. -føiib building ftmd. 
-gmttb fe -plobft. -øftlb debts contracted by 
building-enterprises. -6ittlp aid towards build- 
ing, -laait loan for building purposes. -lop fe 
8&gnina«<. -iPfi purnion for building, -ntaabe 
fe aS^gntnaSmaabe. -wtterialievbuildingmaterials. 
•It e building. -øpe?f(«ø builder's estimate. 
-plabS building ground, plot el. lot, site, -r o 
•e builder. -r«feri fe -fpge. -ri' n building. 
-felftøb building-society, -fteb (8pggepIabA) place 
for building; (8oIig) abode, dwelling place, 
-fpge rage el. mania for building, -tib time of 
building. 

Opølørp» barley groats; * ogfaa Scotch barley, 
pearl-b. -greb barley-meal porridge. -|«Int b. 
straw. 

Qpgl^erre o builder. 

Bpølføtb barley soil, -fønt barley oom; (poa 
ISiet) sty; (^e|el) quilled linen, -malt b. malt. 
-met b. meal. 



OpømeHer c builder, master builder, architect; 
oven bird, Furtuxritt«, 

Øpøiiiitg c -er (bet forn er bpgget) building, 
structure, edifice, pile, fabric; (9pgninglmaabe) 
build, frame, construction; ^ufet ei unbec . the 
house is building, is being built, in prooeos of 
construction; et ^fortøi af banft . a vessel of 
Danish build; ^n er af en fpag, ftorf . he is of 
a delicate, robust frame. — BptiiiitøØI afgift tax 
on buildings, -arbefbe building work, -bel 
structure. 'tMttpnutt master-builder, -fcg 
building trade, -fhrtaitt block of buildin^gs. 
-følt workmen employed In building, -før^ølb 
(Seaemeft) structure, -gritø rubbish, -l^aaiibpærfcr 
builder's workman. -l^i«Ip fe 8pgge'. -%ori* 
f 0»t ground-level. -i»fpcftøv building-inspector. 
-fømmiSfiø» board of works. -ffø»k»Hør OTer- 
seer. -toiitraft building contract. -I«ii|l archi- 
tecture, -mitbiil a skilled in architecture. -løP 
building-regulattons. -tore anatomy. -auMke 
style of building, architecture, build, -moiik 
bibl builder. -fMCbler joiner. -fpctMlomt jeny- 
bullder. -fieit buUding-stone. -teøiti»a drangfat, 
working-drawing, -tømt fe 8pøae»IaM. -tr«, 
-temmer wood el. timber for building, -mbfot 
plan (of construction), -mbtrpf architectural 
term. -itbPalg buildbig committee, -toørfeii 
(matters relative to) public works. 

tOpgfaab c season for sowing barley. 

*O90f r( c lease-hold, lease (e«p for life), -tvcp 
lease, -mattb leaseholder. Ol^gfle vt lease; take 
on lease. 

ØPØlftttb barley-stubble, -fttpt^e barley broth, 
-paeafttg barley boiled in milk. 

8tt0P«rt n building. 

tOpløøntøcr c F dissipated fellow. 

Opllørb ground belonging to a town el. village. 
-fømmttMe township, -{parter quarter of la^e 
town. 

Jep(b(e) c -er boU, blain. Bplbemober core. 

SpliiP town life. -føP mimidpal law. 

Bplt c -ec bundle, parcel, -e vt bundle, tie 
up in a bundle; + . paa, fe Scedfe poa. 

8p|maiib townsman, town-liver, t-marf field 
belonging to a village. * o6mmon belonging to 
a town, -menigleb town congregation, -me»' 
»cflc town-bred man, oockney. -»aP» name of 
a town. 

Opal e mugwort, Artemuia. -fttgl whin-chat, 
Motaeilla tube^a. 

Øpliipt town news, news from town. -patieiU 
out-patient, -pofl town-post, town delivery, 
-raab town-council. -raaifmePIem town-coun- 
cillor. 

Oprb (9øbfeO birth, descent; t («ftom) off- 
spring, progeny; (Slægt) relationship, kindred. 

Oprbe c -c burden, load, charge, nurdel; Sipet 
er ^am til . life is a burden to him; falbe til . 
be a burden to; fom ^pe baaret ^agenS . og ^ebe 
who have borne the burden and the heat of 
the day. -fitlb a burdensome, onerous, grievous. 
+-paiti a accustomed to burdens. 

eprbig a bom, entiUed by birth (to). BprP»« 
abel nobiUty of birth. 

Oplret fe -top. -rpgtc town report, t. rumour. 

8p'd|Pam native of a town; Pi ere -børn fammen 
we are fellow-townsmen, -toer (fellow-) towns- 
man, -føll fe IBpfoR. 

8p'|flat town rate, t taxes, -firaa fe -loo. 
-firiper town clerk, -flabber, -fnat town talk, 
•fiflePiie meeting, place of meeting in a village 
el. town. -fPale martin, Hirumdo urhica. -fpenb 
constable, policeman; t F f ^ -gænger. *-f<elter 
local agent, -telegraf town telegraph, -ttkg 
court of a township. 

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Ottle H ezehAnge; (lhig#«) booty, spoil, prey; 
tfl . for, i . mob ln exchange for; gøre • make 
l)ooty; gøre et boartigt . change .for the worse; 
»rø et - for >8a be a prey to. fB^tU vt change, 
exchange, barter; « fig nt til get In exchange; 
. en Sebbel change a note; . ^t meb en (ez)Ghange 
bats with one; * . ligt cry quits; jeg bilbe iRe . 
neb ^am I wonld not change places with him, 
would not be in his shoes; . (Øoorbe, . 6æbe 
(£(g) puas in the oomer. -f o? (ivbelfe : floa i . 
exchange their publications. -gettfUiMb (-ntibbeO 
mediom of barter, «føbf goods taken in exchange. 
-iM^el exchange, -mibbef medium of exchange. 
•Hcrl value in exchange, exchangeable value. 

— Ø^ttem c (ex)changing. BlpttiMg o -er change- 
ling, oaf. 

vmttmtt fe -flat, t-tl^f parish bull. -I»«»! a 
acquainted witn the town. t-)ie| road from one 
Tillage to another, -»ftfcii (lUtliggenber) muni- 
cipal concerns; (6ttber) town mannen. 

9mtM\tå' n Bjrzantium. -ti'iifl a Bjrz'antine, 
Bysan'tine. 

BiHrremte n town-errand. 

Ikr! (enegen) baa I (fl)) flel (hanligt) ugh; 
(Børn.) gøre . cack. 

dttgef n -e cup, beaker, goblet, chalice; 
^ cafirx; -et (06 obec the cup was fhll to over- 
flowing; bringe -et til at fyht ober fiff break 
the camel's back, -o^i^arat eUot orown of cups. 
•bla% sepal. -(«Ig ^ glume, -glad goblet. 
fU lucemaria. -lunid ringing of glasses, 
■ft a ^ cup-lbrmed. -ftiavM* cup-mushroom, 

mim. -Mftrittter toper. -»Bargfe vt tope. 

te«f« e batch. 

Ikrt' o -te brook, rill, beck, «c bum; liOe « 
brooklet, -ame waterwort, ^tohii«. Mitilt brook 
-lime. Veronica beocabtmoa. -bfOifel, *fbctttt* 
faoL fe Bonb^cet. Ikrtlebtat watercourse. 

ikritem n -er (metal) basm; anat pelvis; mm$ 
cymbal; (i Stitte) box; ^^ørenbe til -et pelvic. 
-Mtig a resembling a basin, -ie« bones of the 
pelvis, -bal basin. -førf»aniri»g contraction 
of the pelvis, -f^tiirnel sacral vertebra, -ntaolev 
pelvimeter, -rttm pelvic cavity, -flager cymbal 
•player. 

^ktmth c trout, Salwu> /<trio. 

ipmt^tt a (om 9ugle) bald, callow. 

9«Ig e -e shell, pod, cod, legume; « af et ^l)r 
ddn taken olT entire, case; (Bom) belly; (Blefe*) 
beUowB. 9<rlge vt swill; t («Carter o]b.) shell; 

- i fia* " H nt^ ^P> Bwill. 9<rlac» vd pod. 
0<r(aetrirbrr bellows-blower. 9<rlg|frtt|t pulse, 
podding grain, -fntt a brimful; p dead drunk. 
-^åMhflt leathern mitten, driving-glove. -^iKb 
bellow»-head. -fa|»fcl follicle, -nwrf a pitch 
dark, -mortr n pitchy darkness, -^ite^ -ror 
bellows-pipe, -fob fe -frugt. •pUmit, -urt 
leguminous plant, -boate mitten. -t»attil dack. 
•btrrf bellows of an organ. 

te«Ie e -r fe 8alg. t9<rlle vt fe ®tt(ge. 
Bcf|««rt^ 'WiøtU fe tBoIge'. 

9<rlt fe »eltet. 

Bttlte n -r belt (ogf. fiff), girdle, band, sash, 
dncture, baldric: geog sone; 8enu<'A . the girdle 
of Venus; C'rionI . the belt of Ori'on; ^be 8am 
saber . be in the funlly way. 8«lte vt belt, 
girdle, dncture; -t- . fig, fe 6(bnae fig. -bl|r arma- 
dillo, Daanmå. -loge, -troa belt-clasp, -ntitf 
cfalamyphore. -Ipmiig pouch attached to the 
belt, -rofe» fe ^eIbebe4Ub. -fyømbe buckle of a 
beh. -M waist. -#e« archa oval whetstone. 
-tafte fe -pnng. 

*9Mib n ^ bend. Qimbe vt bend; . inb 
torn in. 

0«skcl n -bter tape, -ntaal fe »aanb*. -orw 
t^>e-worm, Tcana, -ftribet a striped, -tang 

Sotfen: S)attfE'(lngeIfl Otbbog. 



grass-wrack, ZoHera marina, Øørablf vt (Bofl) 
Form into ribbons. 

Bombfel -er ^ seixing; tage -et af unseize. 
Sintbfle vt seize, pass a seizing. 

Øititf e -e bench; seat, ((ang 6IoIe*) form; mil 
barbette; fpiHe for tomme -e play to empty 
benches; f barme -e sit out the dance; fætte en 
til -9 p floor one, do for one; ffQbe noget paa 
ben lange ., spin out, protract; fibbe ober », fe 
eanl. -batteri barbette battery. -bo)i fe -^ae. 
Børafe vt seat, bench; * «^ . ^tiunt bank the 
fires; . fig seat one's self, take one's seat. 

*e«iife vt straighten. 

0intfe|biber woodlouse, Oniécuå. -brm deed 
not legally published, t-blyiie cushion for a 
bench. *-fprfiaa ofif-hand motion, -lilyiibe fe 
-bbne. -traner silent, inactive person el. member. 
t-b«nina hotch-potch. 

Bsnflbage hold-fiuit. -f^awaier bench-hammer. 
•I^bl cooper's plane, -oielfei cold chisel. 

C<rr' ['ogf. ©æ'r] n, pi =, berry, 't^nft baccl- 
ferous shrub, -bonnet a bacciform, berry-formed. 
-4»Iiiliiiiig berrying. 

8«re, oar, baaret of bear, carry, support; (taale) 
endure, suffer; (ftlæber) wear; (om fto) bear; 
. let (om £efl)-ride light; ^ 9rugt bear fruit; . 
®oig, ftaarbe wear mourning, a sword; « et Stobn 
bear a name; ~ $rifen carry off the prize, bear 
the bell; + . SbibI om entertain a doubt of; . 
Bibne om bear witness el. testimony to; — m . 
a f ^ bear away, bear down, bear up; « fri of 
^ pass clear of; * naar flal bet . af @teb? when 
are you going? bet -g mig foe I have a presen- 
timent, something tells me; * ^bor -r bet ^en? 
where are we going? .neb taa ^ bear down 
upon; . oppt i, (vt) bear (up); . ober meb bear 
with; . ^aa et fbgt Segeme be of a sickly con- 
stitution; -r paa en 6bObom has a disease latent 
in him; . paa en ^emmeligbeb have a secret; 
9inben -t paa ^ufet the wind blows upon the 
house; ~ runbt ^t^ wear ship; tigeren -t bel til 
the field promises a good crop; part fe 93aaren; 
— w - fig pay, succeed; -. fig felb fig stand on 
one's own legs, be self-sustaiziing; • fe 3amre 
fig; " fig ab behave, act, go about it; faalebeg -r 
^n fig altib ab that is the way he always does; 
. fig bel carry one's self well. 8<rre|baar(e) 
litter, -bar hand-barrow, -bbgtig a ^ that 
carries well; (Xræ) fruit-bearing, -ebne bearing 
strength; 4^ capacity, -flabe bearing, -l^iininel 
canopy, -qfiil (^(emb.) trailing- wheel, -faabe 
baby's cloak, -farm horse-litter. -Iroft strength 
to bear; ^ buoyancy. -Iroai fe -pube. -firb 
dosser, hamper, -lager, -lefe carriage. -Ian fe 
-penge. -« c carrying etc. -peld baby's cloak. 
•penge porterage, -pnbe pad; * (6eftg) collar. 
•r c -e bearer, carrier, porter; fiff vehicle, -rem 
fe fete; (en ^ame9) shawl-straps, -fcle porter's 
braces, -feng litter. -Hang bearing-bar. carry- 
ing-pole, -ftcb portage, -ftøl sedan-chair; ^ 
traveller. -fll|l(e (p. Sljorte) yoke, -tib time 
of gestation, -bibbe bearing; fiff range, bearing. 
-bogn fe -!arm. 

Øonrlfomtig a fe bannet, -fmgt baccate fruit, 
berry, -gnlt buckthorn-yellow. -gr#ni sap- 
green. 

Ooering c cairying. 

OftrjfMrfc fe dnbianft ft. -Hafe, -llbnge cluster 
of berries. *-tI«be tammy cloth. 

Oonrme c dregs, lees; (IBrænberi«) grains, -bab 
grain- et lees-bath. 

Oftrlfoft berry-juice; (tiOabet) berry-syrup. 
*-1lrie tammy cloth, -iftgc garden-bug, Penta- 
tomm oleraoea. -bin wine made of native ftuit, 
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8<r'ft n -er beast, brote, -{ft a bestial, beastly, 
brutish, brutal. 

Oflene vi tremble, shake, quake, quiver; . af 
9i))gt shake with fear; . foe dread. -Ife, •» e 
trembliug, tremor; tn^ 9tt^Qt og . bibl in fear 
and trembling. 

0«l»er c 't beaver, Carter fiber; (løj) beaver. 
-(o, -ittflttiiiø beaver-hut. -f«Ue beaver-trap. 
'Math beavery. -§cit -øiel castor, -l^otr beaver, 
•fat beaver(-hat), castor, -fagt b.-hunting. -totte 
b.rat, Fiber Mtbethieu»; coypu, MyopoUxmua oov 
pu8. -ftiiik beaver's skin. 

Idamt vi \t fdæ^t. -af)i aspen, Populma tre- 
mula. -øriCØ quaking-grass, Brina media, -»aaf 
egrette, trempling-pla. 

fd$% imp afe\bt. 

fdøhhtt -biet hangman, executioner, P Jack 
Ketch; fiff tormentor, bloody tyrant, -agtiø a 
hangman-like; (gntm) barbarous, 'tumhtt the 
executioner's hands, -tnoegt fe -foenb. -lienge 
hajigman's fees. -fliK lanterloo. -fueitk hang- 
man's assistant, -fnirvk executioner's sword. 
-«(9e executioner's axe. 

99U vt (iftanbfætte) mend, patch, botch; (gilbe 
et ^unbJjt) spay; (ftetale ©jjbe) pay (a fine); + = - 
fot; — w ~ fot pay el. suffer for,. make up for; 
- fot flQ (meb) defend one's self with; - meb fiiuet 
•p&y with one's life, suffer death; . poa en 9R(mgeI 
supply a want, remedy a defect. fdBht c -t fine, 
penalty. 

0«bler e -e cooper, -a? iefbc cooper's work, 
-iititf cooper's bench, -ilfrf stave-wood, -gobfet 
As the cooper's stores. -Iiaaiibiiirrt cooper's trade. 
-ntib cooper's knife. -U» cooperage, -mefter 
(master) cooper. -fbfKb journeyman-cooper. 
•bonrffteb cooper's shop. 'ittttfUi cooper's tools. 
•«»e (coopers) adze, titobfrc vi do cooper's 
work. 

e#f 0, e^fflcg beefSsteak. 

0«ffel c -et & -flet buffWo, Boe bubalus; fig 
boor, -agtig a boorish, -^nb bufHsilo's hide. 
-tø buffalo-cow. -(«bet buff (skin). 

8«g e -e beech, Fague. 

tBf ge vi bellow, low. 

Bøgelafte beech-ashes. -ir<rnbe beech-wood. 
t-brO0fcI song-thrush, Turdue mueictu. -tnttbe 
knotty lump of beech, -(tat beech- thicket, 
underwood of beech, -lunb beech-grove, -olbeit 
beech-nut. +-rig a rich in beeches, -ffob forest 
of beech-trees, -fpiiibef tussock moth, Daev- 
ekira. -tt« beech-tree; (-beb) beech-wood. +-# 
poet island full of beeches. *0«gtro|l fe Støb* 
binae. 

fd9tim\t» n Bohe'mia. -er o -t, -erin'be c -t, 
•iff a An Bohemian; -ifVe 6tene paste diamonds. 
Oiøllttcrtpalb the Bdhmerwald. 

Wi'f c •« (SflnflO bilboes; ^ buoy; fotfijne 
(^atbanb) meb -t buoy, -petige buoyage, -vei 
buoy-rope. 

O^e ot bend, (^obebet o. I. o^fio) bow: ^rom 
inflect; - 9tafU bend one's neck; - fit Sinb yield; 
. enl 6toIt^eb bring down el. lower one's pride; 
. Sletten decline the course of Justice; . fit pre 
til give ear to; — w (af) turn, deflect, trend 
(offO; - flfl (om ^etfon) bow, submit, defer (fot 
to), (om tina) bend, (om glob o. I.) turn, jwje- 
tig a flexible, pliable, pliant. OeieHglyeb o 
flexibility, pliability, pliancy, ©øjelfe c r (bet 
at boie) bending etc.; (Ougt, fttummna) bend, 
curve, curvature. B^elmitfPel flexorfmuscle). 
•tang plyers. 

fdeiU c -t bow; (til ©efttjttelfe, f. ««. ». ®eb«t) 
guard; (»oa Sboctb) bow, bar; i (tit fiæfei»f<){tet 
0. fl.) boom-iron, (Ibmp.) link, strap. 

9a|iiittg c -er fe Søjelfe; gram k opt inflection. 
e«j»i»gdiettbe(fe termination, -foftlieb trans- 



verse strength, -form case. -(<ere accidence. 
-iitaabe declension el. coojugation. •mctttt gram 
characteristic, -ffirog inflectional language. 

t©«l' fe »uDe 1. 

•©«le c -t bin, crib. 

Balge c -t billow, wave; ^ sea; en • flog oMt 
6libet a sea broke over the ship. Oolge vi dcr 
wave, undulate; @øen -t floettt the sea runs hln^; 
ben -nbe @Iette the undulating plain; -nbeSoRec 
flowing locks; -nbe IBatm heaving bosom, •agtiø 
a billowy, wavy. -(eHftgelfe undulation, wave 
-motion, -(fovg summit of a wave. -BHl cor- 
rugated plate, -(ntb surf. -itl|be? breakwater. 
-(»gter, -iiigtiiingev undulations, -bal trough 
of the sea. -batmet^ -fanRig a undnlating, 
wavy, -bfleniliet wave-subduer. -blji po«t deep 
of the ocean, -gang swell, sea. -iontfiMil 
whelk, BwicvMm ttmiatum. -(an wave-creet. 
-(aft fr -flag. -linie wave-line, undulating line. 
-Ittiigbe wave-length, -firat wave ornament, 
•fhiitt)) dash of the waves, -flag beating el. 
dashing of the waves, (fbagt) ripple, -ftogi* 
monrfct ripple marks, -t a undulated, wavy, 
•tearieii the undulatory theory, wave-t. -teii 
fe -lam. -biS adv in waves. 

*eaU»g c -et fe Oufla)). 

tSaOe -t fe ©utle 1. 

tØaOe -t whortleberry, Vaceiwmm\ eep marsh 
wh^ V' uliginoeum. 

teatte -t (i i>aatet) buckle. 

tØaOe o -t (®fælb4.) rough. 

Oon' -net (i 9Um. e(. til O^ub) prayer; (Bmi« 
falbelfe) entreaty, appeal; ($aa(albelfe) supplica- 
tion; (inbftoenbig) solicitation; (ffotlangenbe) request; 
(ftteoen) suit, petition; ben fstfte . (i gobetbot) the 
first petition; jeg ^ en . tit big I have some- 
thing to ask you. 

Oonber pi af 8onbe. -ioeit o. fl.^ fe .Bonbe«. 
-gobg .lease-fiurms of an estate, -fmov ordinary 
butter". 

Sanfalbe vt entreat, beseech, implore; -nbe a 
entreating etc., suppliant; en . a supplicant. 

fBtntu^ e -et bungler, dabbler. 

eoitl^e grant (a prayer el. petition), hear, 
listen to (one); blibe -t gain a hearing, find fiivour, 
be successftd (in one's suit), -lorelfe c granting 
etc. Øaulig a suppliant, imploring, pleading, 
appealing. 

eoitite -t bean, Faba; (^1 6eflen) lampass, 
lampers; pl dung (of hares etc.), t (ftaffeO coffee, 
berries; f b(aa -t nuts, -aget bean-fleld. 

Ø^naeiøg o prayer-book. 

Oaiiiie|b<elg bean-cod. -lyalm b. -straw, -wol» 
pea-ore. -«el b.-flour. -Hage, -ftaiig bean-pole, 
•fltetigel bean-stalk, -tr« laburnum, Oytteua 
laburnwn. 
•itrt fe ®at. 

9aitf(Hft n petition. 

Øao'jtie« n Bæotia. -iet o, -iff a Bsdotian. 

Bar' vi btttbe, butbet ought; bn « gøte bet you 
ought to do it; bet « gøtef it ought to be done; 
fom bet fig ^t og ~ as is meet and proper; fom 
ieg burbe as I ought (P ought to); bet bør m^t)et 
at it behoves every one to. 

Bat c -e barrow; *(-er) burden; t a hat fit 
only for a scarecrow, tile. 

Bat (SDlebbinb) e fklr wind. 

Bat (goflerleie) o womb, uterus, -^tttnbelfe 
inflammation of the womb. 

Batfafi a windbound. 

Batfl^alg neck of the womb, -ftieiigitiiig pro- 
lapsus of the uterus. 

Ba'tit pi children; ^n ^r ftone men ingen . 
he has wife and no &mily. — Bamelaat pi, 
-aCbet infiuitile years, years of childhood, -at» 
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-acylum. -«|»I, -Mliiig procreation of children. 
-M children's ball. -ieg meconium, -(øg 
children's book, -i«?« grrandchildren. -bMe» 
Innocents' Day. -enent^f nursery-tale. -Høl 
crowd of children, (large) fiunily. -føft<rniii| 
children's tale, -gmiiiia childish act. -ga^i 
1»roperty of minors, -lyatitcv children's clothing. 
-Ictpe kindergarten, Infiuit school, -bient fe -afDi. 
•Mf^ittl children's hospital. M^«» (i ttbfjion.) 
house of correction. -Illnige fe -flot. -lo^lper 
p^ smallpox. -fftY a fond of children. -let child's 
play. -Iirrbaiit what is learnt in childhood; 
catechism. -I«i a childless, -marb massacre ot 
inflmts; M btttfitm. . the mnrder of the inno- 
cents, -oipbrageffe education of children, child 
training, -orw maw* worm, Aåcari9 vermietUariå. 
-Hlfffffe e -X dry-nurse, -^etige money belong- 
ing to wards. 'pkUtr composing powder, -rait 
kidnapping, -ttht brood of children, -felflai 
child's party, children's party, -ffa : ^at ttoobt 
fixe . is no chicken, is past childhood, has put 
off childish ways; iffe at ^M troabt Une .. to be 
in leading-strings, -flole school for children. 
Ihrifter Juvenile publications, -firaal, -fhrig 



crying of children. -fiiiUe -lea. -f^»g children's 
language. Hhrcg childish trick el. fireak. -Ihie 
nursery; (poa ^oTpital} children's ward, -foøm» 



bevy of children, -fligbøtt children's disease, 
chQdhood's maladv. -tank fe aRælfetonb. -tugt 
education of children, -ttn kidnapper (of 
children), -t^neri fe -ran. -u| baby Imen; ar- 
tidee of infi&nt wear. -iikf<rttclfe exposure of 
tofluits. -»e« friend to children, -netbetieti the 
children's world. -Hid: poa. childishly, -nogti 
perambulator, in&nt-propeller. -nttti child's 
work. -<rbc?ogre. - 0«nt(Ule! dear children l 

Øø'ri e -ec exchange, 'change; (^ung) purse. 
-émMcu sale on the exchange, -(ag pocket 
ledger, -bag exchange-day, 'change-day. -fof 
retttiage? exchange- business. -io((ert stock 
-jobbing. -*løniité board of trade. »tuH ex- 
change, -monb exchange man. -moeglef stock 
•broker, -»rid exchange. 

Oftfmrdnte c vulva. 



fd$mtH^ report on 'change. -fpefttUmt 
speculator in the stocks, (i flet Oet.) stock 
•Jobber, -fpefttlatiø« speculation in stocks. 
-flpU stock-Jobbing. 

e^rft pi F licking, thrashing. 

«•Hie t (^oac) bristle; (til ftlæbet) brush; 
F boor, caitiff; rejfe -c bristle up. fbøtfit vt 
brush; • Stapler clean d. polish boots; « en of 
thrash one. -aftfoef brush-proof, -agtig a 
bristly; Jig boorish. -fønRft, -formig a ^ seta- 
ceous, -bolber o tidy, •ntager brush-maker. 
-mam»e bruahing-milL Otmiiiiitber brush 
-maker. OttflciiiiMberi n brush-making. Hør« 
ftcnbe a bristly. Båtfit\9vm ohætopod. -l^tnM 
painting-brush made of bristles. -?««biieii wud 
•Are, -f gte brush bolter, -liti moss-rush, Jun- 
cuå 9quttrroåH9. -fHne brush-wheel, -f Pi» tenrec. 
-t a bristly, bristled. -tcaP chætodon. -Polfe 
fe -fNpe. wrUiiiMg o brushing. 

Otf'fdtib c 'change time. 

-ftbS'ri c smack. 

ettilt fe «ectle. 

fbø9 a F grim. 

OøØniiig o -et box, bush, bushning. fd$9' 
itiiig»(0lt bush bolt. IMfe vt box, bnsh. 

0«9fe -r box; ((Øepæi) gun; fpptte i -n be bled 
(freely), shell out. -(ør rifle-borer, -(ami ^ 
lower sill, -lane cock of a gun. *-^ølP gun 
-reach, gunshot, -blilfter gun-caae. -(øKe but 
•end of a gun. -fmb^ -Imbt gunpowder. -Ivgle 
musket ball, musket bullet, -load gun-lock. 
-labiiittg charge of a gun. -tob fe -piU. *-iitaaI 
fe -^olb. -wager o -e gun-maker. -pa»be pan 
of a gun-lock, -pibe gun-barrel, -ligte sight of 
a gun. -flub gun-shot, -flette rifleman, -flieft 
-fiftfte gun-stock, -ftoefter (gun-)stocker. -fmeb 
gun smith; ^ armourer, -fppb bayonet, -ftaal 
steel of a gun-lock, -fie» gun-flint. 

*9e9fiua fe QøSninø. 

Oafle rfe JBatfle. 

tOotte -c (5ift) fe ^Iflboor. 

fBtitt c -t tub, coop; 'pan, bucket; (^aPitf.) 
vat; F (^t) tile; F ^olb bin - ! hold your jaw ! 
-(iiniiig sizing in the vat. -papir hand paper. 



Ctb, font iRe finbed unber d, maa fageS unber it. 



€, ej(le] n -er (Coflfl. & mt«) C, c [cee]. abbr: 
^ a (iQtifnanl^pn (suburb of Copenhagen). 

(Sabøla'ge e cab'otage, coasting. 

dailøt' e -et cell, dungeon. 

<labe«'ce e -t ca'dence. -'re vt cadence. 

(Sabic n Cadiz. 

•moiølfre vt cajole. 

(UpetiM'geme sU the Cape'tians. 

Cap«i|0ii' o -n hood, capo'ch. 

Corowbofla'ge o -t, (IBillarb) cannon, carrom. 
-e'er vt cannon; /iff clash (with), run foul (of). 

Ca'rl Charles; . ben 6tote C. the Great, Charle- 
msgne. 

(Urøliiig'ler c, -if! a Carlovlngian. 

fEortellrafl a Carte'sian. 

9å^øumMh e ctahew nut 

SoteAa « catechu, cutch. 

CtiibI'Mff a: bet -e $al the Caudine Forks. 

fbuifleri' n chat, -evfe e -r settee. 

<te^'tK|iebef Cayenne pepper. 



(Seber e -bre cedar, Pinus Cedrut. -tut Spanish 
Juniper, Junipenu oxycedma. -fitgl cedar-bird, 
Bombyeilla cedrorum. -^arpifi c^ar-gum. 

Gebra'ttr« n cedrat, Oitnu medioa. 

(SefaU'er c staff-tree, CeUutnu. 

Gelebre're vt cel'ebrate. 

(Sette -r (i aOe Set.) cell, -baimelfe cell 
-development el. -formation, -bannet^ -formig 
a celltOar. -fttiiafel prison on the separate 
system, -bitibe cellular membrane. -^«1 bucket 
-wheel. -lamu nucleus, -ilitt protoplasm, -fp* 
fientet the solitary conflnement system, -bøg» 
prison-van. -PM ceU wall. -p<ep cellular tissue. 

CTelliilo'fe cell'ulose. 

GelfiiiStenitøiiteter centigrade thermometer. 

(Se(t -ec arckæ celt; fe ogfoa llelt. 

((embraf pr c Siberian stone-pine, Piwiu Cembra. 

CTemeitt' n cement, -e're vt cement, -e'riiig 
c cementation. -e'røPit cementing frimace. 
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powder. -Haal cemented steel, -tttmh cement 
-water. 

(Senere a ash-coloured, sandy. 

(Setiflor e -o'xtt censor; (of trt^Ue Sagfc) censor 
el. licenser (of the press). (itn\u't o critical 
examination, censure; (i 6IoIen, S3ibne«(t)rb) cha- 
racter, certificate; (bol flUotneme) censorship; 
($ceSfe') censorship (of the press); f«tte unbet . 
subject to a censorship. 'Mtt'tt vt review, 
examine; (bab(e) censure, -«i o census. 

dtntaut' c -n cen'taur. 

Senter, fe (JUnttum. -feor oentre-drUl; -bit. 
•hoxh ^ sliding-keel. -{»flntiiteiit ^ centre 
-finder, -»an, -fHiRe (^mp.) oentre-boss. -tal» 
main centre. 

Getitilfolievøfe cabbage-rose. Bota oenti/olia. 
•fram' n -met cen'tigramme. -lit'ev o cen'tiliter. 
•me'ter c cen'timeter. 

(Setttner n, pi », hundredw^ht, Cwt. -fit <rd* 
fat red gourd, pumpkin, Ouourbita tnaæima. 
'tnna a heavy as lead, -tilløbe, 'tta^i leaden 
weight. 

CTetitrai a oen'tral. Ctestval« central, ttcti* 
ttalife're vt cen'tralize. Gestralife'rtitg c cen- 
tralization. ttctitt«'l9»»ft central point; focus. 
(UmtWtt vt centre, 

Crentrilfttøa'irraft o centrifti'gal force, -ftt'øe 
-r (Danish) cream separator, -ketalite't o een- 
tripe'tency. -^eta'Ilraft e centripe'tal force. 

dtnttnm n -tree centre; the Moderate party. 
-(9)6or centre-bit. -i)iartiet fe (JUntrum. -f ntoitb 
centrist. 

(teriemf Cerberus; fto dragon. 

(Setea'Iier d^ ce'reals. 

CTeremotti' o -er cer'emony, rite, observance. 
Ceremonier n&a oeremo'nial. Geremoni'ttefler 
master of the ceremonies. 

(Seri'n n cerine. 

Ckme're vt surround, invest. 

Qero'n c -et seroon, ceroon. 

(Serte^iarti n -ec charter-party; i %»\^t . as per 
charter; (tgger unbet . is under charter. 

(Sertifita't n er certificate. 

Getnt'tet pi cheroots. 

(Utoela't^effe o saveloy. 

CM' n mu» c flat, -ei c double flat. 

detlace'eme the ceta'cea(n)s. -øls'g o -et 
oetol'ogist. 

(SeBen'neme the Cevennes. 

dbåblc'u e et fe Slabelon. 

Gqaarin' n shagreen. 

CPyatfe e -t chaise. -løttgtte o -t long-chair, 
chaise-lounge, couch. 

CUiafo' -et shak'o. 

9li<i(b«'|a n Chaldæa. -er c Chaldean, -iff 
a Chaldaic; n (6pt09) Chaldee. 

dMoui' n (61000 %B\) shaloon. 

malup' c .pn (S^eflO barge; fe ^oQe. -roere 
barge-men. 

&am bibl Ham. 

Gqama'bc o chamade; fUta . beat the c 

iSåamMt'tt c -t longe- whip. 

GoavMiaoit'en Champagne; e (-bin) champagne. 
-gUé champagne-glass (o. fl.). 

CP)««Miigtt0'n -et (meadow) mushroom, A^a- 
rieu» campettria. -oilfer ^ muahroom-anchor. 
-faitce ketchup. 

Gbance o -t chance (for, of). 

(uoitg leant', -e'renbe a shot(-coloured). -e're 
vi (ihbn.) change hand, change the horse. 

Gbanfer o chancre, shanker. 

Qnttptnnhaf^ e opera-hat 

dunahwt* e break, sociable, waggonette. 

Gnarae'lre vi mil charge, -ring o charge. 

Giorialta'n o -et cha'rlatan, Iquack, mounte- 



bank, -toneri' n cha'rlatanism, cha'rlatanry, 
quackery. 

Gbnrlot'tefage c trifle. 

(SDamtant' a cha'rming. 

Wftitult't, Sl^arne'r n -ec hinge. Joint, -fil 
Joint-file. -Ifrm Joint-tool, -fln^ Joint-gauge. 
-Iiagfer Joint-compasses, -ftift Joint-wire, -tomg 
Joint-pliers. 

dftMi' c lint; pille . ravel lint 

(uaftfé (^^onl) figure in. 

(SQnnifé' e -ec (built, macadamized) road, 
turnpike-road. (Efianife'ret a causeyed. 

(SnanHiniSnte o Jingoism. 

({Qef o -et chief, head; mil commander; (fot 
^onbell^ul) principal; (fot Otloglmanb) captain. 
— (l^e'f9|iMi«^ barge. *-g«ark e captain's e(. 
coloneVs residence, -fo^l^t great cabin, •farther 
the captain's store-room. 

C^bemi'fe c -t chemise, shift. 

(Sqenill'e e chenille. 

C^ica'nle c - 1 chicane, -e're vt chica'ne, spite, 
-eri' n -et chica'nery. -•'• vexatious. 

Gbiffonie're c -t chest of drawers, cheffonier. 

(Soignøn' c -et chignon. 

G&ilifalpeter n nitrate df soda. 

GninMmn'fe o chimpanzee, Simia troglodutet. 

Gnae' n onset. 

^ofala'be c chocolate, -fairitnnt chocolate 
-maker, -fortiet a chocolate-coloured, -foge 
tablet of c. -fanbe chocolate pot. -pifter c. -stick, 
muUer. 

(Sicero e typ pica; . ftutflo small pica. 

(Eicero'ne e -t cicerone, guide. 

CTiceranin'nff a Cicero'nian. 

diber o cider. 

Gif', -falg mere c. i. f. (cost, insurance, flight). 

(Siffer n -fte figure, -iog arithmetical book. 
-(reb letter in cipher, -ntgle cipher-key. -ffrift 
cipher, cryptography. 

Sigar' c -ec ciga'r, sega'r. -arfeejber cigar 
-maker, -affe cigar ash. -b«ger dgar-cup. 
-bfffØMab wrapper. 

Sigaret' c -tec paper cigar, cigarette, -wafrine 
apparatus for making cigiirettes. -papir smoking 

(Ugar'Ifoberal cigar-case. -lianSiertobacconlÅ. 
-llølber cigar-holder, dgar-tube. -fadfe dgar 
-box. -Nib cigar-cutter. -ntMer, -»ogerlle 
cigar-maker, -minina twisting of cigars, -r^ger 
cigar-smoker, -rlpgnviig smoking cigars, -r^r 
fe -^olber. -fpibd cigar-tip, cigar-end. -finnip 
cigar-end, topper, -taffe fe -føbetal. -tinker 
cigar-light, vesuvian, fhsee. -bifler pZ fillers. 

Gifa'be e -t harvest-fiy. Oieada. 

Gifa'rie c succory, chlc'cory. 

<Sintb|rer c -e Cimbrian. -riff a Cimbrian, 
Cimbric; et « ^^I a fUrious war-cry. 

Gitttttte'riff a Cimmerian. 

Ginna'ier c & » cin'nabar. 

Sircenfiff a clrcensial, droensian. 

dirfa adv about. 

((irfa9'fi|er c e, -erin'be e -t, -ff a Circassian. 
-en'ne o woollen cloth like cashmere but lighter. 

(lirtel e -Het circle; jloa en . draw a c, 
describe a c; en ølimtenbe « a brilliant circle, 
-affnit segment. ->ne arch of a circle, circular 
arch, -bannet a circular, -flabe ciroie plane, 
-gang circulation, rotatory motion. -l|ttg flourish. 
-fbabrant quadrant of a circle. -line ^ rudder 
•rope. -linie circular line. -U> fe -gang, -pro* 
lettipn circular projection, -mnb a circular; 
. ^udtsRe circus, -fan, (*-fag) circular saw. 
-tantnte circular inch, -n^fnit sector, «-neb 
waste from the circular saw. (Itirfle vt circle. 
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lAte. (Sirhil«'rc n -r dr'ctilar. divtnltt't^^Ut 
diea]*r traTelling draft, drctilAr note. 

Sirtainlllftf' c -ec cir'cmxiflez. -^øto'rHjenie 
circampo'lar star. -HftSatiø'iiSUiiie circumvalla'- 
tion. 

(Kirfmf e -tc circns, ring. 

fM' n muå C sharp, -td C dooble-Bharp. 

Sifelie're vt chase, chisel, -ø't c -ft chaser, 
chiseller. 

(SiØføi'be c -c ds'soid. 

(Sillercieii'fcrCttMitD e Cister'clan. -Ilolte« G. 
monastery (o. fl.). 

SiHer'Me c -t cis'tem, tank. 

(Sifhi9f»fe c rock-rose, Oittut. 

9iUiUV n -let, cit'adel. 

fRitmV c -er plaintiff. (5it«itt'ft«feet the plain- 
tiffs. 

Sita't n -er citation, quotation, -io'» c elta'- 
tion; (etætmtnø) summons. -io'iiØtegtt inverted 
commas. SUe're ot cite, quote; (for Ketten) 
sommon; . af quote from; « urigtig misquote. 

(Siter c -e cithern. -fHUIer player on the 
dthem. 

Hitto'n e -ft lemon, citron. -loOev lemon 
dumplings. -Høb lemon biscuit, -fttøl colias. 
-|tl a lemon-coloured. -tMe lemon-cake, -lintø' 
■tkc citron-water. •nteltSfe common balm, 
Meliua o/Jicitialié. -olif oU of citron, -inrfifer 
lemon-squeezers, -f aft lemon-juice, -flai lemon 
-peel. -fHiie slice of lemon, -fontmerfiigl 
1>rimstone-butterfly, Oonoptervx rkamni. -fttr 
ftan citrate of lime (oft».); -t 6alt citrate, -flivc 
citric add. -tr« lemon-tree, citron-tree; (S3eb) 
Jamaica rosewood. 

Siii'I a clv'il; txere Hæbt ~ be dressed in plain 
clothes ei. p in mufU; . ^oat -btaøt mufti. 
•^rsUr dyU engineer. (SinUifatiø'ii o civiU- 
ation. Sinilife'fe ot dv'ilize. (SiHiUn' e -ei 
dTil'lan. 6il»ii|taiiiiitev court of common pleas. 
-Qcbt a fe (Sitril; . $oIitibetient plainclothes 
man. -liflc civil list. -|itøce§ civil proceedings. 
'ttntu dvil law. -fag dvil suit. 

SlaiYlioiiaa'ce c second-sight, dairvoy'ance. 

CItil'iie c, maqntu'ttt pi claque, claquers. 
Idled applauders. 

(Kli<|é c -er cliche, matrix. -'re vt dab. 
-'riag e cliche-casting, dabbing. 

((•(lemiU'e e coch'ineal. 

Soco«' e cocoon. 

Smac e cognac, French brandy. 

(Sotffm're o head-dress. 

9o(o9feti'fer p/ Colos'sians. 

(Eø»«e'M|ralet Congreve's rocket, -trlyt Con- 
greve ImpreBsion. 



CoBtuia'dam: in . by default. 

Sonlattt' a easy. 

H9Up' c k n hit, stroke. 

iicnpé' e -er (railway-)carriage; compartment 
(of a r. c); (trin) coupee. 

SoiilPøti' c -f el. -ft cou'pon, interest- warrant. 

((oitra'ge o courtage, valour. 

(Søiirta'ge e M«ro brokerage. 

(Sølirti'lie e -t/art cur'tain. 

Cltøntii'tte e usage, custom; bet et . at it is 
customary that. 

dtremørtar'tari c cream of tartar. 

drente o custard, -farnet cream-coloured. 

Cl(roq»i'§ n (rough) sketch. 

Utomt't -ei crou'pier. 

dacitrø c flre-fly elater, Pifrophoru» noett/ucu«. 

Gnl-de-sae c turn-again-alley, cul-de-sac. 

Sitraca'o o curaooa. 

Sttmc« trogon, (Xtrugua. 

(Slya'ti n cyan'ogen. t-irittt fe -banbflof. -for* 
(ittbelfe fe -metal. -lønmtaliMiit red prussiate of 
potash, -faliiiw cyanide of potassium, -metal 
cyanide, ^-noakflof hydrocyanic acid. 

(JtofliU a cyclic(al). ii^tloi'U e x cy'cloid. 
(Slinø'ii c -et cy 'clone. 

dlfUo'p c -ft Cyclops, -førlattbt cyclopean 
masonry. (Sl|no>ifl a cyclope'an. 

CPlttnd -lift cycle. 

gjjlitt ber e bre tV i .. -Mftfer, -b<rl§ 
blowiuK cyliuiier. -bfetfel (Simp ) cylinder-cover, 
-liobe surface of a cylinder, -form cylindric'ity. 
-formet, -formig a cylin'driform. -gOMg cylinder 
escapement, '^at chimney-pot hat, stove-pipe 
hat. -lommer art cylindrlc chamber, -oøn 
round !«tove. -fibcftaiig (^mp.) cylinder-side-rod. 
-^gttal drum signal, -foibning singeing on cyl- 
inders, -tap (Dmp.) cylinder trunnion, -tr^l» 
ning cylinder-printing, -ur lever watch. Slyliii* 
brif( 'l cylindric{al). 

(?t|mbel c -Her cymbal. 

Ki) 'n I iter c -e cyn'ic. -if! a cynic(al). -ii'iite 
c cyn'icism. 

6t)p'crgræi « gallugale, Cupent». 

Ktjp'crti n Cyprus. €l)^ertoiit Cyprus wine. 

C^tjprcå' c -fet cy 'press. 

(55ar c -er Czar; ^eter * the Czar Peter. -Hibe 
c -r Czari'na. 

(Si\ed)[er c, pi =, -iff a Czech, Tchek. 

^(Tfa'lrifl a cesarean, «rid'me« o oe'sarism. 

(5ttfu'r c cr cæsura. 

(fotcfti'it » cel'esiine. 

(I^lffti'nctmnttf cel'estlne. 

efllcftj'ricn u Cælosyr'ia, 

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t, b [SeJ n -er (8ogfl. og mug) D, d [dee]; abbr 
%. B ^og day, %aio date; b. *> ben the, bob 
dead; b. «. B bette Hat this year; S)bg. ^ S)anne' 
feoo; b. e. OS bet et that is; ^fitt. = Messrs.; 
%. ft. ^. IB !Cete« ftongeliae £«i^b Your Royal 
Higbneas; S. 9R. = %nti aRajfftat Your Majesty; 
^- Vt. a benne Vtaaneb this month; bl. « benne« 
inst; b. f. s= bet famme the same; b. f. f. = bet 
wnmf fom the same as; ^. @. 9. ^anfle @tatØ* 
•«fr Danish <3overmnent Railways. 

^ adv then; ooitf (paa ben %ih, ha) when; 
(jftetfom; ibet) as; (ubtt^ffe« ogfaa meget ofte beb 
tJt«f. *«t.;: . Jeg oat ftabætenbe, funbf if g being 



absent I could; . bftte fot^olbft fig faa this being 
SO; nu . now that; . jfg oat 9axn when a child; 
bft oat . motfeligt! that is strange now! og 
^oiS be . fanf when if they sunk; t » {lont. 

Sat c -et, fe ^aabt)t. 

*^aa fe l^aat. 

^Mh c baptism, christening; (døbefont) baptis- 
mal font; ^olbe ooet -en present at the font. — 
^aa'69|att act of baptism, -attefl fe 2)«be*. 
-Prober one baptized at the same time with 
another, -bag day of christening, -forwnlar 
form of baptism, -line christening-cap (6ruge9 
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vow. 'paqt baptlBmal covenant. -ritKalet the 
Baptismal Service. -oibBf fe jabber. 

$aab e deed, achievement, exploit, act; i fftøah 
09 . in word and deed, -fiilb a active, deed- 
fhl. -I«8 a inactive. «Uifeb e inactivity, -rfg 
f? -fulb. — ^a«'b*|fmft energy, enterprise. 
. -traftiø a energetic, -litt life of great activity, 
of great deeds, -ntattb ((Øeminglm.) doer: (^elt) 
hero, -trang restless activity, desire of achieving 
great things. 

^aablir deer, fUlow deer, Cervu» dama. -ffillb 
buckskin. 

Saae c ^ hemptnettle, Oa wptU. 

^aall^iiib doe. -Ijørt buck, -fadi, -fib fawn. 

^aaiie vi swoon, fi&lnt. -f«?bij a ready to 
faint. -Ife, -11 c swoon, fainting ilt. 

-f-^aaragtig a foolish, nonsensical. 

9aare c -t fool; SSor^erte ft alle -rS Sormbnber 
fools have fortune. %tL9Xt vt fe Sebaare. •«»> 
fkalt lunatic asylum, madhouse, -foerb folly. 
-fttttmer lunatic's cell, -tiftc fe -anflalt. t-fifle* 
forlibt a madly in love. -fiHe |«( a raving mad, 
mad as a March hare, -tif^talffal raving mad- 
ness. -nUelein bedlamite. -rTUffnaf foolish talk, 
nonsense -I<rge alienist. -laegebibettflab psy- 
chiatry. -f<>i(, -b«rl folly, -bfrfeii matters rela- 
tive to lunatics. 

^M'rlig a (taabelig) foolish; (flet) bad, poor, 
sorry, worthlessy useless, (f. «#. om TOatertaliet) 
unsound, (&artsi) cnuy, shattered; (fbg) ill, un- 
well, poorly, bad; -t ve\x bad weather; en - 
Unbfhjlbninø a lame apology; -t Aobeb a poor 
head; be -e Somfruer the foolish virgins; bet et 
fun ~ meb bam i 2)ag he is but poorly to-day; 
— adv foolishly etc.; jeg bilbe fun - trffe ofb. I 
should poorly show etc. -bøm e folly; com- 
plaints, -beb c -et folly, fooUshness; Ihtfhtl font 
et Sabeme en gototgelfe og (»tæletne en - Christ, 
unto the Jews a stumbling-block, and unto the 
Greeks foolishness. ^««'vfTab -et fe ^atlig^. 

^Mvlig c saddle of venison. 

S«afe -t box; *($taaS) dip, F soft fellow, 
nincompoop. -liDeOc box level, -«tab potted 
meat etc. *-iiiiReI fe ♦JJoafe. -»ibeait fe -ttbeHe. 
-fKIb^abbe terrapin. 

^aabilbt n venison. 

^aca'^o ! encore ! fotianøe . encore, re-demand. 

Racier c -t, bacifl a Dacian. 

Saba' e smack (bottom), toco. 

Sabbcl c -biet date, -frngt date fhilt. -nalnte, 
-tr« date tree, date palm, Phcmix dactylifera. 

Sab'cl c blame, censure, blemish, -fri a 
blameless, irreproachable, unblamable, -frifeb 
blamelessness. 'U% fe -fti. -fbøtmii vote of 
censure, -børrbia a blamable. reprehensible. 
•boerbigl^fb blamableness, reprenensibleness. 

Sable vt blame, censure, reprehend, find fault 
with, -(bft oaptiousness. -it blaming, etc. 
•r c -e fitult-finder, censurer, -fug a censorious, 
captious, (ieiult-finding. -fbge censoriousness, 
oaJDtiousness. 

Sag c -e day; ben ^ele . all day, the whole 
day; ben ^ele ubfiogne ~ the livelong day; i ^le 
. all this day; jeg giber ^am en gob . (-t- btbbet 
oiig en gob . om ^am) I don't care a fig for him; 
gjøte fig en glab . make a day of It: $bet anben 
~ every other day; fe «at. Støn, ©berft, i Sag; 
aDe -e any day; ^abe gobe -e live at ease, have a 
good time (el. happy days) of it; i gobe og onbe 
-e throu^ good and evil report; enbnu et iRe 
aHe -H (inbe the end is 3ret to oome; enbe fine -e 
finish one's days; Ilart fom -en dear as noonday; 
bet atbt ab . the day dawns (breaks), it dawns 
(is dawning); bette Oatn et gfabeten o)) ab -e this 
child is the picture of his Iktber, his f. all over; 
en of -eie one of these days; paa benne Zib af 



-en at this time of day; btinae, tage af -e put el. 
do to death; tage en Ci\ -t fig put el. take one 
down, cut one 8 comb; lomme af -e oome by 
one's death el. end; fe 9Rat; . eftet « day by 
day, day after day; -en eftet on the morrow, the 
next day; anben -en eftet on the second day; - 
fot el. fta . ftom day to day; tomme for -en, 
fot en . oome to light, transpire, turn up; bringe 
fot -en bring to light, lay bare; ^rmmelig^ben 
et nu tommen fot -en the secret is out now, the 
murder is out; Icegge fot -en display, manifest: 
fe Siben; fta - 1« -, fe: . eftet ^ i Wife -e lately, 
latterly, in these days; i mange -e for many a 
day, these many days; i aamie -e in days of 
yore; albrig f mine -e never in my life: i bore -e 
in our day, at the present day, at this day; bet 
gaat itle an i bote -e . . . it won't do at this 
time of day; m -en by day, during the day, in 
the daytime; 2 6^iII. om -en 2 s. a day el. per 
diem; t .. om otte -e this day week; om nogle -e 
in a few days; *^n om -en the other day; paa 
-en to a day; bet bat langt nb (|øit op) paa. -en 
the day was fkr advanced; til ^olt op poa -en 
till late in the day; ^bab Zib et bet paa -;n? what 
time of day is it? nu til •# now-a-days; til -ene« 
(Snoe to the end of time; . u b og .. inb day after 
day; beb ^ø| Ibl ~ in broad day-light; beb -enA 
^tembtub at dawn of day. Sag|arbejbe day 
work, day labour, -blab dally (paper), d. print, 
•blibe the sun's meridian heat (in winter). 
-bliiib a day-blind; en . a nyctalops. -Ifiiib^eb 
day-blindness, nyctalopy. -log diary, Journal. 
•br<rtKiiig daybreak, -bue a$t diurnal are. 
-cirtel oH dav-circle. -briber idler, lounger, 
saunterer. -bttberi lounging, sauntering, idling, 
dawdling. -bribcrliP life of idleness, -brms 
day-dream, -bttr diurnal animal. Saged vd 
dawn. SMCtal number of days; i . day by 
day. Sa'glllob day-tide, -frøfl day-fbost. -gaw* 
met a one day old. 

Saggeb c ie ©irfetjære. 

Saggert c -et dagger, dirk, poniard. 

Sa'glgUwt peep of day. -griy fe -btætnina; 
beb . at break of day. -(øne char- woman, -lefe 
daily hire, -leier day-labourer. 

Sa'glig a daily, quotidian, diurnal; (alminbe* 
lig) ordinary, common; til - every day; ibr e. 
d. use: . tBeoogelfe a»t diurnal rotation: . Øang 
a«f (fttonometet) daily rate; . ^ø|> og fiaobanbe 
daily flux and reflux of the tide; . Zaie flMnlllar 
language; i . Zaie colloquially; -e ftlæbet every- 
day clothes. — adv dally; tte Øange . three 
times a -day. -a»fer small bower, working 
anchor, -bagi adv daily, every day; a common- 
place, -lieb c daillness. -fættiMg, -tøb small 
bower cable, -fhte c parlour, sitting-room, 
living-room. 

Sa'gjlilie day-lily, Hemerooallis. -h-I1^ shelter 
for the day. -U^i daylight; a bright as day. 
-Ibftitittg daylight. -U» daily wages. Asmntt 
fe lejet, t-ntejttiiig, -httilb»i»g fe -blibe. -ntøber, 
-mør poet fe 9Rorgentøbe. -niMlft dally fine, 
-iitffrfe day mark, -nufe daily toU. Sag«ing 
dawn. Saglørt mm air-shaft, -(laafmgleale 
peacock butterfly, J^xinlio lo. -penge daily 
"■ * rap^ørtdaUy 

' dly account. 
<lfty; (Sag«« 
tejfe) day's Journey, -rcttøbatiø« dust, -raiø« 
batiø»8bebø(ber dust bin. -rmøMtiøiiipfabd 
dus^yard, dump, •reitte dally interest, -rø 
rest by day. 

SagSlarbeibe fe -boetl. -befaling cwder of the 
day. -blabet today's number a. impresjon, 
-frifi day's respite, -gmtiitg fe -bætt. 

Sa'gflgital day-signal. 



peacocK Duiieiny, x^xgnito 10. -pmg 
pay, day's pay. -pøfl day-mall, -rap^s 
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•(•SaøØtøUe c quotidian fever. 

9a'|flø(e c day school. 

Saø«jto|l day's food. -liirS late of the day. 

3>t'g[fh| a shomilng the light, -flanr (SaøgiQ) 
dawn; (oeb 6oInebøanø) evening twilight, cre- 
poscular light. 

1bÉ^\iitt€tnt»ttn corrent literature. 4l^ day- 
light, -tttarll march, -awket today's sitting. 
-mmBcret fe -filobet. -»lyl^eber^ -niit news of 
the day. 

3>t'tf0«i«ierfiigl diurnal butterfly, day but- 
terfly. 

ScHijorke« order of the day: (ben opHaaeht) 
the notice paper, the business p. (for the day), 
the docket, we agenda; fio ftaa paa -en be the 
order of the d. -pisftiUia one day's ploughing. 
•HøH day's maU. -Hreffe daily press. -re|fe 
day's Journey, -fløle fe !^ø>. -ff«? fe Saqari). 
-flrtlbc loM of a day. -H^ (mebenl bet et Sag) 
daytime; (oiø Zib ))aa Sagen) time of day. «^e« 
«efte day duty, 

SrglHjeme c (i begge Oet.) day-star. 

S«gd[tøgct today's train. 

Sa'fiftTaalc ray of daylight, ^-ftgbt adv every 
day, day after day. 

SagdUdtrf n day's work; (Robert) a day's soc- 
csge. 

3btt'glfl»«tinev fe -fommerfugl. -t^^at sunset. 
-time hour of the dav; -me the hours A-om 6 
a. m. to 6 p. m. -Htinge negotiate (of peace). 
•Htiagnitig negotiation. -t|eiirfle day duty, -tiyn 
Idler. -t<rrfler thrasher by the day. -t« sun 
-thaw. 

SagMerrø|tt)|p' n -et daguer'rotype. -tiplpc're 
of dfliguer'rotype. -tlylie'Hiig c daguerrotyping, 
daguerrotypy. *it^V c -er b. f.; fe SaguerrotQp. 
'tMift' -et daguer'rotyper, daguer'rotjrpist. 

SD«'gl»«B* day-watch; i morning- watch; (^oli» 
tietg) ward. -IMnik surface-water, -nig adv by 
the day. -nogii stage-coach. -»«Iger observer 
of times. -iKrirf day's work. 

Sa'g«lbeiibe a then in force; prevalent at the 
time. 

Saft9l e n dactyl. S«ftl|l{fl a dactvl'ic. 

S«I e -e valley, vale, dale, »c strath. Saløriie 
Daleca'rlia. Sallto, -(oer, -(ligoer dalesman, 
glensman. -iuiib bottom of a valley. 

Sale vi sink, go down; . neb paa descend 
upon; ^ng £i)fte bea^nber at . his fortune is on 
the wane, -m o slnldng, descent. 

Saler c -e rizdollar, dollar fc. 2 sh. 8 d.l; 
•spede- dollar (2 rizdoUars). «-febbel spedfe 
•dollar note. 

Saletienbe a then living, contemporary. 

Sa'dfere n -t (long) valley, basin (of a river). 
-gramb bottom. 

Salilit Delilah. 

Stf'Ilatf Dalecarlian. 

S«fma'|He» n Dahnatia. -ter e -e, -tifl a Dal- 
matian, -tifa e dalmat'ic(a). 

Saljnilie willow grouse, Laoopu» 9tthaljnna. 
■< Ugf»iM g valley (of some extent). -Ilreg direc- 
tion of a valley; fe -fhatntng. -(«rnliiiiig bottom. 

^clle Of dangle. 

Sam' rSpil) draughts, checkers; en . a king; 
f^e . play at draughts; faa ., træRe i . go to 
Ung: Qjnt tU . crown. 

Sam' e -me pond; t og ''^ (Sontning) dam, dike, 
embankment. 

Soma'a o -er hyrax, rock-rabbit. 

Samafce'tteviilottine c damson, dam'ascene 
plum, -fitof e Damascus blade, -røfe dam'ask 
rose. -fUuU diamask steel. Samofce'reot damask, 
dam'askeen. Samofce'rtitg c damaskeening. 

Somafr^ Samofl n damask, -ed- damask-. 
•foMI damask-linen fieu^ry. -mgnfler damask 



pattern, -nioiet damask -weaver. -)i<r)ieri fe 
-fabtil. 

Saml bf it -britfe draught-man. 

Saiitbnib n breach of a dam. 

Sainbrftt n draught-board. 

Saute c -i lady; (i ftort) queen; mine -t! Ladies I 
en -g 8æfen, et 8. fom en . ladylike manners; 
min . (i Sand, beb IBotbet) my partner; f^iiOe . 
afifect the airs of a (fine) lady, -agtig a lady- 
like. -biOarb the rocks of Scilly. -bf agt lady's 
dress, -fabber female sponsor, -forming ladies' 
— '--1. -tjflflnb lady's hand, -l^ailbfle lady's 
^1 . o. -t)ot Uouuet. -Mft palfrey, -jafct visite. 
-Jeanne demijohn -taabe lady's cloak, -faiinct 
lad\ s private room. -lafé café for ladies. 
-taimt ladies' cabin. -IjDie lady's dress. »-Infte 
fe jafet. 'tnpé ladies' compartment, -linncb 
cheuitBe. -nobeOc lady's novel, 'pålttot ladles' 
paletot, -tierfonate sUff of ladies, »pnttttti 
lady's portrait, -ptfnt finen*. -fabel side-saddle, 
-fager })/ ladies' things, -falott ladies' saloon. 
-f clff ab ic foment immer', -ff o lady's shoe. -ffrcb> 
ber, -ffrocbberinbe, -ffrccbberfre mantua-maker, 
dri'SH mil k I' r -ftot lud v s f hai r. -ftOble lady's 
Luoi. taitcwoi^ ^^. -iiiije id -iatet. •-t<elfe: 
^n bat . he is a fitvourite with ladies. -)iejr 
queen's weather, -ben ladies' man. -berbrne« 
the fkir sex. -nefl cardigan. -b<rrelfe ; ladies' 
room. 

Santl fifl pond-fish, -fifteri poad-flshing. -grnbe 
(foundry-) pit. -forb (6tøbn.) pit-sand, -ntltvr 
piscicultuxa (in ponds). 

Santma'rbar^ifS e dam'mar, dam'mara. 

Santtttniling c f^eeh-water mussel, Anodonta. 

Sa»of'(fdfb«rb: fom et . like Damocles' 
sword. 

Sam^ c -e (Sanb«) vapour; (af logenbe Sanb) 
steam; (Vtgq, Sunft) smoke, fame, exhalation; 
for fulb • fhll speed; flippt -en blow off the steam; 
flippe -en paa turn on the steam; aabne for -en 
open to steam, -aabning steam-port, -affl«' 
rtngSalPlparat expansion gear. -afffdtringØnenHI 
expansion valve, -agtig a vaporous, -abling 
fc -bannelfe. -laab steamboat, steamer, -bab 
steam-bath, vapour bath. ' -barometer elatero- 
meter. -beforbring conveyance by steam-ship. 
-bcbolber steam chest, -blegning bleaching by 
steam. -Ingferbaab steam tow-boat, steam-tug. 
-ciiUnber steam-cylinder, -bannelfe generation 
of steam, -blyrfning steam culture. Sample vi 
steam, reck; (gaa meb Samp) ^ steam; (røge) 
blow clouds; — vt steam, -en c steaming etc. 
-er c -e ^ steamer, -fart steam navigation, 
-faria) steamer, steam vessel. -fto|te steam 
whistle, -førm: i» in the form of steam, -for- 
tsetning expansion, -fregat steam-frigate, -foerge 
ferry -steamer, -gang steam port. -Isammer 
steam-hammer, -bane steam-cock. 4tat steam 
-dome, -lydfeinbretning steam-hoist, -^nl steam 
-hole, -inblabning induction (of steam), -tanon« 
baab steam gunboat. -faSfe steom-klln. -febel 
boiler. -tebeXpnmpe donkey, -tilbe fUmarole. 
-logning steam-boiling, -lomet steam sloop of 
war. -nraft steam-power. -Iran (til Rejfning) 
St. crane; fe bane. -Ingle eoUpUe. -Inl steam 
coal(s). -InJPpel steam dome. -Ullen steam 
kitchen, -linieffib steam line -of -battle -ship. 
-maaler st.:gauge, manometer, -mantel steam- 
jacket, -mafline steam-engine, -maftinlftre 
steam-engineering, -malle steam mill. Samp' 
ning c steaming etc. Samplpalet steam-packet. 
-pable steam goDg. -pibe st.-whlstle. -plob st. 
•plough, -prelfe steam-press, -prober apparatus 
for tiying the power of steam, -pnmpe steam 
-pump, donkey, -pnfier aeolipile, eolipile. 
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-min Bteam-chest; steam-space, -rer steam 
•pipe, steam-tnbe. -fa» st. saw-mlU. -ftaareti 
a mill-sawn, -fftt fe -baab. 

^a«MifH(»|rt9^ebiHoit steam-boat office, -eti* 
ipebiUr a steamer's agent. -Itoabe steam fleet, 
steam navy, foriiitbrlfe steam communication. 
•fører captain of a steamship. -tom^aøMi steam 
-navigation company, -føntrøl inspection of 
steamships. -I«! steam coal(s). -le|Itgl^eb oon- 
yeyance by steam, passage in a steamer; meb 
føtfle . by first steamer. -litiic steam-line. 
-mariiie steam navy, -min steam tonnage. 
-fdlabi steam-naviffation. -felftoi fe -tom^oønt, 
-fme steam propeUer, screw propeller, -trafit 
steam traffic. 

Sant^lflørftm waste-steam pipe et. funnel, 
•fhrttclot», -fTraeffib steam screw ship, screw 
boat, -fh^ vaporous cloud, -f^ornej tram line, 
•f^ømøgit steam tram-car. -forlite steam fire 
•^igine. -f^ttitkiMg steam -tension, -ftcgc vi 
braise, stew, -ftrtile steam Jet. -Jhirtitø slide 
-sweep, -to)! steam trunnion, -trlyf steam pres- 
sure. -tr^Idinatler manometer. -tn^tflaU scale 
of pressure, -tønifrmafliiie steam -thrashing 
machine, -tørret a steam-dried. -Urrtagd* 
a^toarat steam-drying stand, -itbliittitig gene- 
ration of steam, -»off steam-boiling, -»afleri 
steam -laundry, -nmtil steam -valva -Høgtt 
steam-carriage, -»«bber steam-ram. -«bmbe a 
wasteful of steam. 

^twlrenbe water-course, -røfte apus. -flitfe 
sluice of a pond. A^t^fpt long-shanks, Totawuå 
atatnuttilu. 

^«tttfttil n draught-board and men. 

Mantille« dam-stone, bridge, -tttge hydro- 
metra. -øcab pond water. 

^oitbty c -er dandy, exquisite, amr masher. 

^aue -r Dane; -nte the Danes, the Danish. 

^otteam o unclaimed succession reverting to 
the kinff, escheat. 

Sø«eorøg (Oiben) Danish order of knighthood; 
(9100) Danish national flag. — Saite>røg8|f«i|fla 
white Aichsia. -lørf cross of the order of Dane- 
brog. -numb one who is honoured with the 
silver cross of the order of Dbg. -ørben order 
of Danebrog. -ribber knight of Dbg. 

Søøef« n treasure trove. 

Sauelgalb Ena. Bitt. danegelt. t-^of diet. 
-I^ier Danish army, -(r)! øøge king of the Danes, 
-bang poet Denmark. 

^øøale vi dangle, bob. 

Xonife're vt Danise. 

*Sattf c -er F copper (-coin). 

•^oiil: bribe * F loaf, idle. 

^mmtørt n Denmark. 

^ame vt (forme) form, shape, mould, ibshion; 
(bibriitøelhtltur) educate, cultivate, poUsh, refine; 
gram -t ^tumm boa makes el. forms the future 
in; — or fig (op^a) form; . fig et Oegteb ont 
form a notion of; en bannet Stonb a well-bred 
man, a gentleman. ^atmeUg a pliable, flexible; 
Improvable, cultivable. Sa»»e(løl|Cb e pliability. 

^aimelfe o -r (Ø^eminaen) forming, etc.; (9omt) 
fbrm, shape; (ttbbannelfe) breeding, refinement, 
polish, (liberal) education; bette Ctb er en enaelff 
. is an English formative. — ^omtelfeiiaMflau 
educationiu establishment -brift turn for im- 
provement el. refinement, -ebiie educability. 
-fe|( malformation, -førw form of culture. -lag 
cambium-layer, -føø law of iormation. -inibbel 
means of refinement, -firøced process of forma- 
tion el. development, -tri» grade of civilisa- 
tion, -bdtb cambium. 

^«»nelinattb c -mænb gentleman, -tbiube 
woman of unblemished reputation. 

•t-^««»er c -e former. 



^anøig a upright, worthy, excellent, brave. 
-Iieb c uprightness, excellence, worthiness, sner- 
llng worth. 

Xaitd c -e (ben enlelte j^anl) dance; (^anblingen) 
dancing; føre en . op lead a dance; gaa bog ^ 
-en go down the wind, go to the wall. 

^aiife vt k i dance; (om ^eft) prance; . ^ 
ober Oøtøeme skim (over) the waves; « efter en» 
^be dance as one pipes: fe fRofe. ->al p dance, 
•bløm dancing bear, -øob low dancing-house, 
-bame (enS) pc^er. -bragt dancing-dress, -gal 
a madly fond of dancing, -gtobe pleasure of 
dancing, -befl inde&tigable dancer. -taii«Ier 
dancer, partner. -f«iift art of dancing. -I^ 
passion for dancing. -U^fleii a fbnd of dancing. 
-Idtrer dancing-master, -mefler b. f.; tech inside 
and outside calipers, -øteløbi dance tune, -onijil 
dance music, ^ottfeii e dancing. ^anfe|»teM 
dandng-place; room for dancing, faster e -e 
dancer, ^anferivbe e -r (female) dancer, 
^aiifelfai dancing-room; (offentlig) casino, -fto 
pump, -flole dancing-school, -fl^g a passiona- 
tely fond of dancing, -fbflt rage fbr dancing. 
•itiH time in dandnjgr. 'umt dancing-lesson, 
.-tri« (dancing) step, -tvr figure, -øbelfe danc- 
ing-exercise. 

^aKf( a Danish: en » a Dane; be -e the Danes; 
)>aa . in Danish; bet bil paa gobt . fige the Bng- 
lish of this is; -e Sob the old Duush statute 
•book of 168S. *9a»fle vi speak like a Dane, 
^awftleii the Danish language; the Dane, -ct 
c -e Dane, -lyeb o Danishness; Danism. -Rerff 
Dano-Norse. -ftiibet a of the Danish party, pro 
-Danish. -Sllfl Dano-Oerman. 

^ait|ig fi Dantzic. 

^arbaneU'erMe the Da'rdanelles. 

^arre vt liquate (copper), -øbii capelllng A. 
eliquatlon-fUmace. 

Sa'noinlfl a Darwin'ian. -ig'øten Da'rwinism. 
-ifl' c -et Da'rwinite. 

^afe vi F fe 25øfe. 

^afl n (*e), jU =>, slap; (om 6eil) clout; . t 
9loeoe (en Seg) Hot Cockles, ^afle vt slap; ••' 
dangle, bob, flap, taften o dangling etc. 

^afttine'ter n dasym'eter. 

%at' fe 25ft. 

9ata'r(in8) c da'tary. 

^ate'rje vt date; . fig date. -i»g o dating, 
date. 

^atib c that age; t gram imperfect (tense). 

^atib -ei gram the dative (case); fkoot i . 
is in the dative, ^otibienbelfe termination ot 
the dative. 

%tAn fe t^otum. 

Matter o, p/ %fs\xt, daughter, -bant daughter's 
child, -batter granddaughter (by a daughter). 
•ly jerte daughter's heart, datterlig a daughterly, 
filial, batteri Iø8 a daughterless. -maitb son-m 
-law. -f^rog daughter language, -følt grandson 
(daughter's son). 

^otmat c -ei date; n, pi %a!t&, datum {pi data), 
fiEict; (unbec) 2)agft 2)ato tUs day; til Sato up to 
the present date; tre Otaaneber fra 2)ato three 
months after date; et fBteo unber Dato ... a 
letter bearing date . . .; .^ af gommel .. of long 
standing. 

DatttPøefleii Burchell's zebra, Eqmu motitcm«». 

Dabib o -er ^ davit. 

Dabib David, F Davy; t>eb, bbot . tabte l&Oet 
p is up to snuff. Dabibibarlpe fe ^otpefneRe. 

Dabre c breakfast, -lørb b. table. 

Dab<rreitbe a of that time, at that time, then; 
for the time being; ben . (Efer the then owner. 

%t pron per« they; (tiltolenbe) you; be felo they . . . 
themselves; {%t, i Siltale) you . . . yourself; %t 
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^barte'ite vt disembark, -ring dlBembarka- 
don. 

^eiot' c -tee deba'te. -te're vt deba'te. 

Sctavilere fe Sttit ub. 

Sebet »Ae deb'it; .. og fttebit debtor and 
creditor, -fibe deb'it- el. debtor-slde. Uthiit'tt 
vi debit, (en for nt) carry el. place to one's 
detdt; fig allege, pretend, tramp up. ^elitør 
c -o'tet debtor. 

9elMl|c're vi mil debon'ch. 

Sciii't c debnt, first appearance. l^thuitmV 
c -tt debutant. ^e(»tattnii'be e -r debutant'e. 
Sdxtt'rc vt make one's debut (on the stage), 
oome out. 

l>tttmrktt e December, -tcvmiiie« the D. 
settling-day. 

9t(tm\Pi't e -et decem'ylr. -nira't n decem'- 
Tixate. 

Secm'aittm n -iet decade, decennium. 

Secoitratifc're vt decen'tmllze. 

9ei|it'rte c discharge. -l^li«Ilii»g discharging 
arch. 

1ttMfftrt\t vt ded'pher. -tag c deciphering. 

Semrre vt decide, -t a dedded. 

^chBit'l a decimal; — c -et decimal, (d.) 
place. 'hv9t d. fraction. -regiHttg d. arith- 
metic, -»«gt d. balance (o. %.). 

^dttc c -X muå tenth, ^eciine're vt dec'i- 
mate. Dcdnte'riiig c dedma'tion. 

Scci'fof c -o'tet decider. 

%thict'tt vt, ^thiUHo'n fe Zilegne, -Ife. 

ttim\tt'tt vt deduce, -ce'vittg. -ftto'» c de- 
duction. -tiaiiiiti^Iag declaration. 

Meft' o defective, imperfect; — c -et defect, 
deficieni^. 

^cfcvlflø'tt e defence. -fiondliMie line of de- 
foice. -li'» a defensive; fot^lbe fig . stand el. 
act upon the d. -'for c -o'tet counsel for the 
defence. -føt«'t n defence. 

!De1icit n deficit, deficiency. 

9efu|é' <3 -t defile. -enie«r n defilement, 
deflla'ding. -e're vi file off. -e'ri»g o filing olT; 
march(ing) past. 

%t^\t'tt vt define, -itiø'» c -et definit'lon. 
•itf» a defln'itive. 

^ønKite't e -et, fe SRiSbonnelfe. 

!Dcgesni«ti«'M c degenera'tion, degen'eracy. 
-Cre vt degen'erate. 

^egc? n -e (10, om ©flnb) dicker, diUcer. 

^eggmt fe 8ttTetiæte. 

tSeg« e -e (pari8h-)clerk, deacon, «e precentor. 
— 9egi»|(oitg clerk's house, -entlebe fe -lalb. 
'l9th clerk's lot of ground. -f«Ib clerk's office. 
-•ffer oblation to the c. 

JDegt«' c spent fish-oil in shamoy. 

JDegtcble're o« degra'de, (tun ^) disrate: .. til 
Stong reduce to the ranks, -ertiig, -anø'ii o 
dMnrada'tion. 

jOt\, Scfg c dough; (cegge « prepare the dough. 
•et a doughy, -rottb watery streak; Idtobet l^ot 
. the bread is water-streaked, dough-baked. 
-««8e past^roUer. -flrale scraper, -trug knead- 
ing-troogh. -trvgwitf Ii»g mactra. -«rltemafliiie 
kneading-maohine, dough-kneader, -mixer. 

Seflifi a beautiftd, beauteous, charming; tron 
nice, fine. -Iieb c beauty, beauteousness. 

-^Seilte vt knead (douffh). -ttitg fe Sejgttng. 

Scjf |e vi tumble, topple, pitch, ^ make stera- 
wav. .tti«g c nh stemway. 

ti\ii'me c deism, -ifl' c -et dCist. -iH'ifl a 
(M8tic(al). 

Ma'be c -et deca'de. 

^cfoim'ce e deca'dence, decay, decline. 

%tUt^tt n -bte decahe'dron. 

MAlo'gni the deCalogue. 



^elalna't n deanship. -nt' c -et dean, -itt' 
bifhritt, -»tUdtrbigl^eb deanery. f^t'Umni c dean. 

^etate'lf e vt sponge (cloth). -? iug c sponging. 
•vingiiitaflitie spon^ng-machlne. 

^eflamlatio'it e -et declama'tion, recitation. 
-atioiidmaabe elocution, -ationdiiiiiitiiter subject 
of declamation, declamatory theme; oont spout- 
ing-plece. -a'tar c -et dedaimer, reciter, -ata'* 
riff a dedam'atory. -e're vt declaim, recite, 
eont spout. 

Sefiaflatio'n c -et declara'tion. -e're vt de- 
clare, (f. (iHl. ^tlooelfe) publish, make public. 

^cflaSfe'rct a degenerate. 

^eHinla'bcI a decli'nable. -atio'» c -et øram 
declen'sion; <utr declination; (Staønetn.) varia- 
tion, declination. -atiø»icit(el circle of declina- 
tion, -atiøndtalfl table of declension, -e're vt 
k i decline. 

^cfott' fi -et decoction. 

SctoOete'ret a fe 9{ebnnget. 

^eloiiMPøiie're vt decompo'se. 

^efotjatio'» c -et decora'tiou; -et ih« scenery. 
-otioiigroraitbHiig change of scenery, -otiong' 
moler ornamental painter. -atioiig^Iaitte orna- 
mental plant. .-aU'r c -et decora'tor, ornament- 
ist. -e're vt dec'orate. 

^ef ort' c deduction, discount, -e're vt deduct. 

^eto'miit n propriety, decorum. 

^etrefiite're vi decrep'itate. 

^etre't n -tt decree. 

^etn^'r c -et cutter, carver. 

^ehi'lrie c -t dec'ury. -rio'ti c -et decu'rion. 

^el c -e (of et ^elt) part, portion; (of ©og) 
volume; (9(nbe() share; (of en Sonate o. I.) move- 
ment; en - some few; en - betof part of it; en 
^ot . (Slængbe) a great deal; en ^I . a good 
deal; en of -ene one or the other, (^t^illenfoni' 
^Ift) either; ingen af -ene neither; oegge -e both; 
be -e that sort of thing; ^abe . i have a share 
in; toge . i (bæte deltaget) take part in, partake 
of, be a party to, share in, (bife Seltogelfe fot) 
interest one's self for, sympathize with; ieg fot 
min . personally d. for my part, I; I for one; 
for en - partly, in part; fot en flot . in a great 
measure: for ben ftotfie « for the most part, 
mostly; for ingen . by no means; blibe en til « 
fkll to one's lot el. share; tit -d partly, -ag'tig 
a (i) (belenbe) partaking of, sharing in; (tagenbe 
. 1) concerned in, interested in, a i^arty to, 
accessory to. -ag'tigg^re vt give a part in. 
•ag'tigl^eb participation, (i gotbt^belfe) com- 
plicity, -iar a divisible. 

^elcte'bere delcred'ere. 

^ele, be'Ite, belt vt divide, part, (^be %t\ {) 
partake of; (meb el. imeOem) share; . enS %9\t{\rc 
share one's feelings; ~ en vRening concur in an 
opinion; ~ af, fe Vfbele; . i to lige Sele divide 
into two equal portions, halve, gecm bisect; . i 
fite tige Sele quarter; .imellem divide e(. share 
between; ^n ftal . od imeQem he shall decide 
between us; . faalbt meb go halves with; . ub 
fe Ubbele; — w ng divide, (i »tene o. I.) branch, 
ramify. ♦Sele n \t 25eitng«linie. 

^eleglatio'» e, jw delega'tion. -e're vt del'e- 
gate. -erebe pi deregates. -evetnube assembly 
of delegates. 

beleilig a divisible. -ligDeb c divisibility. 
-tttafKne dividing-engine, (Utm.) watch-wheel 
cutting-machine. %t\tt c, oiblx Sommet eøet ~ 
a Judge or a divider. Selejflioe division plate. 
-flteg fe SelingMinie. 

^elft'» o -et (^ogf. p. ftanon) dolphin, (^un) 
dolphinet, Delpktnua delphi«. 

^elfifl a Delphian, Delphic. 

^c'lbaoet -e sharer. 

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Xtlita't a (fin, fhitfølenbe, t^anfTelig) dencato; 
(om Småøen) delldouB, dainty, choioe; en ~ Saa 
a delicate subject; bet er mig en « @aa at I feel 
some delicacy in el. about -ing. ^eltttte're fig 
meb feast on. — ScUfateije e -t (gfaWfe); delicacy; 
(Wet) delicacy, dainty. itliiatt$\t\^inAtl -l|»d 
Italian ware- house, -fianhltt Italian warehouse- 
man, -»orer Italian* warehouse goods. 

Sflitig e -er dlylslon; mil subdlylsion, platoon; 
$oIene ., the partition of Poland; f^iille paa ~ go 
halves. ^fling9|artitel partitive article, -citfef 
mech pitch circle, -fell error of division, -før« 
tetniKg (deed oO partition, -ftre? lieutenant. 
-(eb divisional member. 4iiiie division, dividing 
line. -lob lot. -niMbe mode of division. -iPiiMft 
point of division, -regcl, -regiHiig rule of divi- 
sion, -ret right of partition, -fhreg fe -tinie. 
'tal divisor, 'tt^n tvp break. -Hii adv in pla- 
toons. 

^ctinfuettt' c -et criminal, culprit, -fog cri- 
minal case. 

^eli'vinin n delirium, p horrors. 

^elif! a Dellan. 

^e'(8 adv in part, partly. 

Seltafomtitt a deltoid. 

^e'ltagje m (i) take part el. share (in), partake 
(of), participate (in), -enbc a sympathising, svm- 
pathetlc. -clff o (Zagen ^el i) participation; 
(?D*ebfoIeIfe) sympathy, -er c -e, -erinbe, -erffc c 
-r sharer, partaker; (f. «W. i ftonfurrence, C«bbe« 
lamp) entrant. 

^cltamiiflel c deltoid muscle. 

Se'Ibid adv in part, partly. 

Ibtm' pron per» them; (i Ztltale) you; pron dem 
fe 2)en. 

^emaaiietifc're vt demag'netize. 

^emaføog o -et demagogue, -gogifl a dema- 
gogical. 

^tmant' fe ^amant. -»e a, poet diamond. 

IttmatUnt'naUnU e line of demarka'tion. 

^emafle're vt unmask. 

^emeet fe ^imiti. 

^emetite're vt disclaim, disavow. -H' n: gitte 
en et - give one the lie. 

^einilcait'ne c -t dem'ijohn. 

^emimoii'be c demi-monde, -bame demi-rep. 

^emidfio'tt c: inbgibe fin . give in one's re- 
sl^niatlon. 

Memoir a't o -et dem'ocrat. -i' n «et democ'- 
racy, -iff a democrat'Ic(al). 

^emole'lre vt demolish, -ring e demolit'lou. 

^emottfllratiø'» c -et demonstra'tion. -ratin 
a demonstrative, -re're vt demon'strate. 

^emoiitle're vt dismount, -e'rlatteri direct 
battery, -erffiib direct fire, -e'rtitg o dismount- 



inff. -e'finflfgobd dismounting gear. 
^entoraUrcite vt demor'allze, corrupt. 



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e demoraliza'tion, corruption. 
^eiitøfl6e'iiiff a Demosthenic, 
^emo'ttfl a demot'ic. 
^en' pron dem, n bet that; pi be, be« those; 

— («tbjeftibetne« befi. «ttifel: be», bet be) the: 

— pron per» be« it (om ^^t ofte he el. she), bet 
it, pi be they; -t- pron rei fe 6om; ben (bet) . . . 
fetb it . . . itself; ben fom he el. she that; he el. 
she who; ben ^anb fom the man who; bet fo» 
that which; ben Rat I fool that he is; ben og ben 
so and so; F b^ g<u>t i^c ((Øranbetg) it's no go; 
F ben oat battel that beats all. 

^ena'r o -et denarius. 

^enbf it' c -et den'drlte. 

^eii|ga»g adv then, at the time; that time; 
bet oat ben gang times alter, you see; eonj (ben 
Øang ba) when; . bet ^cenbte at the time of its 
occurence. -Htii« fe ^ctUHUn. 

Senile pron dem, n bette, this: pi bUfe these; 



(brn, be, fibflncetmte) the latter; ben 6te -< the 
6th instant (Inst); benne ^anl 9ej( this fkolt of 
his. 

^etttje vt (^anbfSet) tambour, stitch, -mittg c 
tambouring. 

^e»H|l' c -ft dent'lst. 

2Deit»ttei|aiit' o -et denuncla'tor, informer, 
-atiø'n e denunda'tion. 

^e^artentent' » -et department. 

Se^pe'ile o -t dispatch; (Xelegt.) message, tele- 
gram. 

^elpenbe're v* depend (of on). 

^e^Ucemeiit' n dlspla'cement. -ftcmtniw 
centre of d. (o. fl.). 

^e^Ul^e'lre vt deploy, -'viiig e deploy, d^loy- 
ment. 

1^tp9\nt'tt vt ({ Sfocbating) deposit, lodge; 
(oibne) depose; t be matriculated (at the uni- 
versity), ''ntni n deponent. "UtuV c -er de- 
positor; (fiibne) depo'nent. -ne'ring c deporit- 
ine. 

vtp9tt\aH9"n c transportation. -Tre vt trans- 
port; blibe -t (ogf.) go over el. across the water. 
-e'H»g fe -ation. 

^e)i0'|l|tKiit n -ta deposit. -t»>iml bank of 
deposit. -ta'vittS c depositary, t-ti' e fe Vzttav. 
^e|»o't n -et depot. 

^e)irab|atio'ii o deprava'tion, depravity, -c're 
vt deprave. 

^e^itt|«'t n -et allowance (granted to a pabUc 
ftmctlonary). -«tiø'ti e -et deputa'tion. -r'ret 
e -tebe dep'uty. -e'retttnmtev (French) legislative 
chamber. 

^er [æ] pron rei who, which, that. 

^ee [oe] adv there; t oonj = Iba, ^bor : . i 
Sanbet in that country; ^oem .? who is there, 
who goes there? . et 9an there he is; . et mange 
there are many; . mH it Is said; . tot figel 
meget much may be ssld; ^bo . whoever; bDab . 
what. -Ob adv at it. -af cutv of It, of this, of 
that, thereof; . følget thence (It) follows; . at . . . 
følaet ifte from the Uxt that ... it does not 
follow, -ait' adv ilbe . badly off, in a strait. 
-efte? adv (betnæfl) after that, afterwards, sabse- 
quently, thereafter; (ooetenlflemmenbe bermeb) 
according to that, accordingly; — » eftet bette. 
tlatet . ue next el. following year; fort . shortly 
(afterwards); bet bleb ogfaa . the result was as 
might be expected. 

^ere« pron per» pi (abjeft.) their; (abfolut) 
theirs; (ZUtale) (abieltibift) your, (abfobit) yours. 
— pr dem of those: . Kntal fom the number of 
those who. 

^e'rlfor oonj for it, for that, therefore; on 
that account, for that purpose; bet et . at this 
Is why; (■> for bette). -fsrlf ocfv past there, -fca 
adv thence, from thence; te^fe ~ leave there; 
(a fta bette). -fee« adv thither, there; (abe ^oa . 
leave undecided; jeg atbejbet, fttæbet . at I make 
it the object of my efforts that; fottlaiebe bet . 
at explained it to the effect that; fotanbtebe fin 
9(an . at changed his plan in so fiEur that, 
-benab adv in that direction, '^tntttttnht fe 
Sib-, -benne adv yonder, there, -l^si adv (tot* 
beb) by It, hard by; (beSnben) besldee, withal 
•i adv in it, in that, therein, -ilfimbt txdv 
among them, including, -igennem adv through 
it; through there, -intellent adv amongst ef. 
between them, -intob adv (tmob bet) against it; 
(paa ben anben 6ibe) on the other hand, on the 
contrary; jeg ^t intet . I have no oli(}ectIon. 
•inb adv in there, therein, into it. -inbe ad» 
in there, in that place, -inbefrn adv from 
within there. 

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•MTtmK fi -to deriifatlve. 

SenMtoUøi' e dermatol'ogy. 

^'tmt% adv With it, with that, with this; 
therewith; (meb biife Orb) so sayiDg, at this; 
^Mtb menei Se .? what do you mean by that; 
- jDtl ^ httet ubvette he will gain nothing by 
that; . bar Sagen afgjort that settled the question. 
-veto adv down there. -Beke adv down el. below 
there, -mekniføv adv below there. -ne»e«fra 
mdm from below there, -nebentil adv there at 
the bottom, -»«t adv next, in the next place, 
then. *-nmft(mtl) n middling, -ont adv abont 
it, about that, on the subject; of that tact; ffan 
. that's his affair, •«nitrtitg adv there about. 
-•aMM adv round there. -ø|p ado up there. 
-«VIM up there, above there, -onm^a« up there. 
-onev adv (obet til et Steb) over there, across 
there; (ober bet) of it, for it, etc. ; ^nbrebc og . 
hundred and upwards; ^bab bet er . what there 
is more than that, -«»re ad» across there, round 
there, over there, 'pan adv (paa noget) on it, 
on that, thereon; (bemæfl) after this, after that, 
then, next; Sagen . the next day; . foareft to 
that the answer is. 

Berrit c -et (tron) derrick. 

S)erføw eonj if, in case. 

SCflfleM adv there. -HI adv to It, to that, 
to that place; for that purpose; besides: . tommer 
fit moreover, add to this that; noot fiejtet et . 
when the weather is favourable. t-ti(web ado 
moreover, -nb adv out there, -»be adp without 
there, out t. -mbefra adv trom out there, -ub" 
øner adv over there, across there, ferther than 
that; fe -obet. -ttitbev adv under it. below there; 
less, -neb adv by it, thereby; by that means; 
vttt . close by, hard by there; lab bet blibe . 
let it (the matter) rest there; .. et intet at gste 
it cannot be helped ef. remedied; bet et ingen 
ftanfi . that is easy enough; bet gobe . et the 
beauty of it is. 

Xttwi^ e -et dervish, dervis. 

fbfnttttwht a of the place, there (present). 

!De'i : bcete • be on terms of Jit", say „vt" 
(you, not thou) to each other. 

Sd' ft. mttf D flat. 

XH' [é] fe !S)eflo. -Mvfog adv on that account, 
for that reason, -angaaettbc adv respecting it. 

^åoiøiie'lre vt disavow, repudiate, -ring c 
disavowal. 

ScØbe'brc adv so much the better. 

^Mcnibciit' e -et desoen'dant. 
'. t€^ttt\t'tt 9i dese'rt -iø'M c deee'rtlon. -ø'? 
c -et dese'rter, runaway, (tun ^) straggler. 

Sei'et n, mu» D double flat. 

^ctlføfiiibfii adv before that time, -føtaiebclfl 
Joe fe -oatfag; . at for the reason that, -f ømbe« 
adv besides that, moreover, withal, over and 
^ve. 

^ilett'ere adv the rather. 

%tfk§m\titi9'n -et list, speoiflcation. "t'ttt a 
designated (til for el. to). 

^eiialicf 'Ire vt destnfect; deodorise; -nbe VKbtet 
desinfectants. -ring e desinfection. 

MMpH't» a descrip'tive. 

MMIIge a such, such like, similar, the like. 
•Ujetc adv likewise. 

9tåmtm e desman. MygaU motchata. 

INimer e dvet, musk, -«gtig a musky, -boøfe 
pouncet-box. -bl|t fe -tat. 

^cfttCft adv the more. 

MwerlgrirA fe utt. -tot civet (zibet, genet) 
cat, rtoerre, eivøtta.ktnbHha. -tagle musk-ball. 
•f«gt smell of musk. -iPftre musk-pear, -røfe 
musk rose, -røtte musk-rat, Mw piioridm. -ntt 
moschatel, Aaoxa motekatellimM, 



^eiminbr e adv the less; iRe . never the less, 
notwithstanding that. 

^e9øraa»i|fe'fe vt diso'rganize. -fe'rtiig, -fa* 
tiø'» c disorganisa'tion. 

Sedørievte're vt put out, conftise. 

Sedør»be're, «viMg fe «filte. 

Xeflielt' e disrespect. 

Ttipna't a des'perate; fbrious. -iø'n c despe- 
ra'tion. 

^Iiø't -et des'pot. -i' n des'potlsm. «ifl 
a despot'ic(al). -ii'me o des'potlsm. 

a>eifei» fe i)eifln. 

^eife'rt c dessert. -Inib d. knife, -ffe d. 
spoon. -taOetfen d. plate. 

Sedfia' [ft.] n A c design. Se9fi»«t#'r e -et 
designer. Utifiu'tttmh figured wire. 

XefKnaltiø'» c -et destilla'tion. -tø'r c -et 
spirit-dealer. 

^efHle^re vt destil'. -tat^ -ffebel still, -følbe 
alembic, retort, -øbii distilling ftimace. 

SefHttata'r c -et consignee. 

3Deflo (følget eftet: jo) the; ~ bebte^ mete^ minbte, 
bætte, fe: S)eibebte ofb. 

Seftnte'te vt destroy. 

^e8' I uagtet adv notwithstanding this el. that. 
•ttbe« adv besides, ln addition, -øaerre adv un- 
fortunately, I am sorry to say, alas ! more'« the 
pity, p worse luck. 

Set' [F bel f« 25«; (m>etfonI. $ton.) it; bet 
tegnet It rains; ^borfot bet? why so? ^oorfot 
giotbe bu bet (meb (Jftertrbf ^jao ^bet") why did 
you do that? {paa «giotbe") why did you do so? 
bet bat hani Otb such were his words; bat bet 
ban» fibftc Otb? were those his last words? bet 
tan ieg ogfaa gøre I can do as much; bet tænfte 
jeg nor I thought as much; og ^bem bat ifTe bet? 
as (el. and) who has not? bet et (flgtenbe til et 
fotegaaenbe pecfonl. 6ubiett el. Cbjelt) he is, she 
is, they are: bet er en flet ftatl he is a bad 
feUow, etc.; bet et mig it is I; bet et (oil fige) 
that is; bet et bet, fom jeg bit bibe that is what 
I want to know; fa bet et bet yes it is: bet et bet 
ogfaa so it is (indeed); iffe bet jeg beb not that 
I know of, not to my knowledge; iffe bet ieg 
ttot not, I believe; oa bet en Same and a lady 
too; gtæbe, bet maa bt itfe weep we must not; 
ja leg oeb r>tt yes, I know; got bet ! do ! bet at 
tejfe (the act of) travelling; bet, at ban Ijot teijt 
the fact of his having travelled; fe 8otte, <5ibbe. 

SetaAelineiit' n -et detachement, -'re vt detach. 

Seiair e og n -let detail, particular; fælge i . 
retail; ^ble en gro9 k en detail deal whole-sale 
k retail; gaa i . enter into details el. particulars. 
-bonbel retail trade. -l^Mibler retailer. -f»»b- 
fla» knowledge of (all) details. SetaiUc're vt 
detail, particularize, »etaille'ret a minute, ex- 
plicit. Setaillift' o -et -^blet. Setailøtmøa- 
lim) a minute survey. 

Setcvtiø'» fe 8atet(egt. 

Sctcrmittlerft a deter'mined. Ai'mt c deter'- 
minism. 

Setøliie're vi det'onate; miw go out of tune. 
-iie'ring, -»atiø'tt c detona'tion. 

Setrøiiifc'Ire vi dethro'ne. -riiig c dethrone- 
ment 

'^ttit pron dem n this. 

Scøiatiø'» e -et devia'tion. Seøiatiø»8|fliøc, 
•røfe deviation card. Seøie're vi de'vlate. 

SeøiS c -et 4* davit 

Seøi'fc c -t devicet, posy. 

Seøo'mifl a Devonian. 

Seøøtiø'» c devo'tion. 

Sectri'ii c dex'trine. 

Siaba'» e di'abase. 

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dia«:nost'icate a disease. 

^iagona'l a&c-n dlag'onal; efter -en diagon- 
ally, -laanb ^ diagonal brace (o. fl.). -Iliøgct 
a diagonally bullt. -rei ^ balance reef, '\pauttt 
diagonal timbers, -flag, -fHnev, 'ftwttbtt (Sm)).) 
diagonal stay. 

Siagram' n -mer di'agram. 

^iato'ii c -et dea'con. -«'t n -et dea'conry. 
-iø'fc c -t dea'coness. -idfeanflatt -iøfeftiftclfe 
deaconessCes') institution. 

Xiaftirifl a dlacritic(al). 

^ialelt' c -et dl'alect. -forffev dlalectol'oger. 

2iale(|til' o dialectics pl. -'tifev c -e dialect- 
ic'ian. -tiff a dialectical. 

2)ia(o'ø o -et dialogue. 

^iol^'fc c dial'ysls. 

^iummt' n -er di'amond. -ogtig a diamond 
-like, -iorb diamond powder, 'hvtflinp diamond 
wedding. -f«gt spotted manakin. Pardalotu» 
punctatus. -gloSffttrct pencil diamond. -gr«lc 
diamond mine. -Ijaarb a hard as diamond. 
-lialølaattb d. necklace (o. ft.), -liolbig a con- 
taining diamonds. -tHol d. knot, -itaal d. pin; 
(Xeleø.) d. needle. -Hug d. ring, -ftrift diamond. 
-flange fe Vrøu9'. -ffioev diamond-cutter, -flil« 
tting grinding of diamonds, -f »l|(f e set of dia- 
monds, 'jpat adamantine spar. -ft«lf diamond 
powder el. dust. 

Siome'lter o -e dlam'eter. 'tta'l a diamet'- 
rlcal; -t moDfat diametrically opposed to. -tro'l- 

S Ian ^ longitudinal midship section, -triff a 
lam'etral, dlamet'ric(al). 

^iana|Vlc dlana monkey, spotted m., Cerco- 
tnthecu» Diana. -t¥« tree of Diana. 

2)iarté c diarrhoea. 

SiaHa'fe c dl'astase. 

Siaflli'le c di'astyle. 

diatomé c -r di'atom. 

^iato'nifl diaton'lc. 

^iatrilir c di'atrlbe. 

Side vt dibble, -niaffine dibbling machine. 

Sib adv thither, there; ^ib oa . to and fro. 

Sibatltir didactics, -'tiff a didactlc(al). 

Si'blben adv thither. -I^tenbe a relative d. 
appertaining thereto, -inb adv in there, -fontft 
c arrival (there), -o)) adv up there. 

Sic (mother's) milk; aide .. suckle, give suck. 
Sir vt suck. -Dtobcr foster-brother, -gibenbe 
a suck-glvlng. -gibning c suckling, giving suck. 
-falb sucking-calf. 

Sirs fe SitteS. 

Sieftfflev c foster-sister. 

Sifferen'ce o -r difference, mere balance, -for« 
tetninget pi speculation for account. 

SifferenB' e -er diff'erence. -temtonteter 
differential thermometer. 

Sifferentia'I n -er differen'tlal. differential' 
differential, f. CK. -metanidme dlfteientlal gear; 
•regning d. calculus, etc. 

Siffetentic'Irc vt differen'tiate. -ring o diffl3- 
rentla'tlon. Siffere're vt differ. 

Sifterit'li» c diphthe'ria. -iff a diphther'lc, 
dlphtherit'lc. 

Siftong' c -er fe Xbeli|b. 

Sig jnvn, aceu» of bu, (bøftibeliø Sale, i 
bibelen, af ftbafere og prov) thee; (otra.) you; 
r^ yourself, f. (EfS. baf! big! wash yourself. 

Sige n -r t (optaftet Oolb) dike, dam, amr 
levee; *dltch. tSiac vi dike, raise a dike. 'M%' 
ning breach in a dike. -anlieg construction of 
dikes, -imb sea-breach. -legning fe -anlag. 
-frcb dike-laws, -graber dike-digger, -grebe 
dyke-grave, -gr^ft ditch. 'injptUfv super- 
intendent of dikes, -fam top of a dike. 

Sigel c -gler crucible, melting-pot; typ platen. 



Sigelob c dike-laws. 

Sigeljobn crucible-fhmace. "ptéPt assay of 

metals, -fmeltning melting in a crucible, -tcsg 
c.-tongs. 

2)fgeo<)f^tt n superin ten dane« of dikes. 
tJigcr a thick, big. -bøben the black-death. 

^tgerc'rc vt digest. 

Sige Iff at dike- tax. -flnfe dlke^uice, dike 
-drain, -fmutte chat, Saxicola. 

Sigeft'lerne the digests, -ot e digest'er. 

Sigel f bale dike-swallow, Hirundortparia. -f^ 
survey of dikes, -bej dike-path, -vcrfcn dike 
-estalAisliment, matters relative to dikes. 

Xtgnita'r, Sigwitæc c -er dig'nitary. 

^igrcSfio'n c -er di^ess'ion. 

Sigt adv 4^ dose, ohock. 

Sigt n -e poem; (C^Jbigtelfe) fiction, -art spe- 
cies of poetry. » _ 

Sigte vt (tætte) chinse. 

Sigte vt (opbigtc) invent, romance; (ffribe $9ff{) 
make poetry et. verses, compose verse, -ftinll 
(art of) poetry. Sigten c : af l^nS ^ og 2:tagteB 
gaar ub paa his every thought runs upon. 

Sigter c -e poet. -aanb poetical genius, -matt 
poetic vein, -ebne poetical talent eL turn, -fag 
department of poeliy. -fjttlb Parnassus, -ffttgt 
poetic flight, -frilieb poetic license, -goie fe 
-ebne. -gnb god of poetry, -^aanbbørrtet the 
poet's craft, -^elb success as a poet, -tfb poetic 
fire. Siaterin'be e -r poetess. Sigterinbjfii^effe 
poetical inspiration. Sigterifl a poetical. Sigterl« 
lalb poetical vocation, -fraft poetical power, 
-trani poetic wreath, the bays. -Ub poet*8 life, 
life poetic, -minbe fe -rb. -natnr poetical na- 
ture, -nabn fe -rb. olbing venerable poet, 
-rod, -rb, -rbgte poetical fame el. renown. -m£ 
poetical trance, -fang poetic song. -fonØ taste 
for poetry, -ffiei poet's soul. -fniUe poetic 
genius, -flirog poetical language, -talent poetic 
tident, -bid: boa . after the manner of poets. 
-b«rt poem, poetical el. Imaginative work. 

Sigt] ning c -er poetical composition, poetry, 
-famling collection of poems. 

SiRe vi (om Ur) tick. 

Sitteba'rer pi F antics, capers; gore . (Osp 
be|e) mince the matter. 

Siffebiltebif! ketcher l ketcher! 

Siffen ticking. 

Sitotblebo'ner pi dicotyle'dons. 

Sitlta'nien n dictation, -ta't n -er dictation; 
ffribe efter . write to el. trom d. -tato'riff a 
dictatorial. -ta'tfHl wilting to dictation, -totn'r 
dicta'ture, dictatorship, -te're vt dic'tate; . es 
en S3øbe impose a fine on. -te'ren c dictation, 
-tio'n c dic'tlon. -tionie'r c -er dic'tionary. 

Silb c dill, AneOum orttveolen»; Inbl anise; 
• fe Sine. 

Silent'nia n -er dilemma. 

Silettant' e -er amateur, dilettante. -fm«< 
fHOing private theatricals, -ntttøfig a amateurlah, 
dilettantish. 

Siligen'ce o -er dil'igence, (stage-)coach. -(•rer 
guard. -Ijefl stager, -fontor coach-office, -tro 
coaching inn. -Inff stage-coachman. 

*Sine sowthlstle, Sonchu». 

*Silt n slow trot, -e vi toddle, dangle. 

Siinbia'i' dilu'vial. 

Simenfio'lner pi dimensions, proportions; ^ 
(af Xøraraer el. Qam) scantlings, -nøtalel scale 
of scantlings. 

Siniin'ntib n -er 4: a diminutive, -enbelfe 
d. termination. 

SimiØ^irftbifen e probational sermon. 

Sin'iti n dimity. 

Sinitte'lre vt (i «llm.) dismiss; (HI en (Sftamen) 
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^ijNli«! c -et treenail, trennel; cotter. 

1tiwmein%t c Holy Week, Passion Week. 

^imarf' a dimo'rphons. 

^ta pnm pot«, n bit', pi bine (^«itibefig Xole 
M i eitelen: (abiefttoill) thy, (abfolut) thine; (bgl. 
Xile): (abjft.) your, (abfol.) you«; - 9tei you 
fool, ft>ol that you are; bu er -e tt)»« tUr you 
are twenty yean (if a day); bu og -e you and 
your fianily. 

^af clbcHgfl n (dangling) gewgawi, bobs. 

^llgcttafi n dlngdong. 

SHngCe vt dangle, bob, swing to and fro, (i 
•alaen) swing, -n e dangling etc. -^ rickety 
fellow. 

%fm$9 c dingo, OmU dingo. 

•ffmittf c spelt. 

^o'fevcimibie « hermit-crab, OænobUa Dio- 

0€Mft- 

SUlP'ter ft 8ight(yane), diopter. -Itaecl alidad 
role. 2)ia4itrifl a dioptric. 

^Ufit' e di'orite. 

9ia*ftt'feme the Dioe'curl. 

^iplt'm H -er diploma. •obeC patent nobility. 
•«'t e -er diplo'matist. -ota'riMit n -in collec- 
tion of documents, -tti' e di^o'macy; n di- 
plo'macy. -atif e diplomacy; (^obeogr.) diplo- 
maflcs. -a'tffr a diplomat'ic(al); et . 9if a stroke 
of Dolicy. 

Ski^MUallc e Dippelli-oil. 

^i^iføWMii' dipsoma'nia. 

Vi^tmm e dittany, IHekmnu$. 

^irel'ite a direct; adv d., directly, -tia'« o 
•er (fletning) direc tion; (eefHytelfe) board of di- 
rectors, governing body, committee, -to'riet 
the Directory, -tti'cc e -r directress, directrix. 
•M'r e -er direc'tor, manager. ^iHge'rc vt con- 
docL ^iHiCirt' c -ei (i «Int.) director, (of SUbe) 
chairman, wnu conductor, band-master. 

Sirif, Sitt c -er picklock; ^ fe »ontbirt. 
Siftf vt (en £aal) pick; ^ (en Oom) top. -fri a 
not to be picked, thief-proof. 

Sim W quiver, vibrate; -nbe Sober quivering 
Upa; étxængen -r the string vibrates, -n « quiver- 
ing, vibration. 

abi9' n, mu» D sharp. 

Sid fe Se'l. 

Sii c -ei myth goddess. 

Si8 e haze, -battfc fog-bank. -hUm a basy 
blue. 

Sifci|»'iel c -pU pupil, scholar, disd'ple. -li'« 
c -cT (Zngt) dis'cipline; (gag) branch of knowl- 
edge, -ttwa'r (d. na¥)farfeelfe breach of dis- 
cipline, -nva'rfltaf discretionary punishment. 
"imttt vt discipline, -livc'riiii e discipline. 

Sifet, Silii a hazy. -||eb o haziness. 

SiiMnwiHC're vi be discordant -ni' o -er 
disoOTd, diahar'mony. •'nifl a discordant. 

Si9|raorc've vt (iBeliel) dishon'our. 

SiA'iA », «nw D double sharp. 

Siiis«fHlP a di^unc'tive. 

Sift e -e (ZoOerten) small plate; (ttaW) paten; 
(i thitil) counter; fCiueA fca Sug og . be separated 
from bed and board. 

Siitost' e -ei treble, soprano. -Mgle soprano 
def. -ftevrau canto. 

Sifte vt ^ 9p dish d. serve up. 

Siftelbramttiit P* shop-woman, -no^ flap 
(of a counter). -««abM^ftiiiaer oounter-Jumper. 

SiifanltracI a discountable, «te'te vt dis- 
count -trtiHf discounting. 

Siitovtiase'rlif a wuUh discontin'uous. 

Siftmi'ta -et dis'count. -bant bank of dis- 
count, -fab rate of discount -forretiiivfer dis- 
counts, discounting, -laife office of discount. 



-Uon loan on discount SiålOMtt'r o -ei dls- 
coun'ter, money-lender. 

Sifttob'enBalfiiic o discover-engine. 

Sifttrc't a discreet; -e Gtarrelfet discrete quan- 
tities, -io'ii c discret'ion, (Xabftbeb) reticence, 
•ioiitt'r a discretional, disciet'ionary. 

SiMiilbc'rc vt discul'pate. 

Sif titr|rc've vi disoou'rse. -#' o -er dlscour'se, 
conversation. 

Sidl«|dfio'ii c -er discussion, -ffioiiøfclftab 
debating society, -te'tc vt discuss'. 

Siffb<Kgt sbop-balsnce. 

Sia^ia'Qe c -ei statement of average. -Ijabii 
port of aiiUustment. Sii^iaiM'v o -er average 
stater, average a4juster. 

Sif iieitl fatta'» c -er dispensa'tion. -fe'rc vt 
exempt, grant dispensation. 

Sif))0|iie'tc vt dispo'se (obei oO; — vt dispose 
(til to); flet -t in bad humour, -neiit' c -er 
(acting) manager, -ni'bel a available, «fitio'n 
c -et disposition; outline, skeleton; (Stoobig^.) 
disposal; til Secef . at your disposal; mil tu • 
unattached. 

Sif ))«t' e -er dispu'te, argument, -a'tor e -ec 
dis'putant. «a'tf o -et disputa'tion; (Qf^anbl.) 
dissertation, act, thesis, -e'rc vi dispute, reason, 
argue (the point), moot; ^olbet af at . is fond of 
argument. 

Siffe proa dem, pl af Senne, these; oont . 
meget fromme %oVt your very pious people. 

*Sif fe -T swing," « vi swmg. 

SiffellCre vt disseot. -tio'ii o dlssec'tion. 
•tio«fbe|iit case of dissecting instruments. -tio«f« 
twin scalpel, -tioiif fhic dissecting roouL -'tor 
c dissector. 

Siffeiif ' e difference of opinion. Sif fev'tCY 
e -t dissenter, non-conformist; f chapel-goer p^ 
chapel-folk. 

Sif frat«f ' -er dis'sonance, discord. 

SifUm'ce c -i dist'anoe; Stwd oa . course and 
distance, -fragt rateable freight, ddstance-frelght. 
-moaler distance-meter, -iiørrtc bench-mark. 
-obferbatioii astr (orb 6oI) sun lunar; (oeb 6tjeme) 
star lunar, 'ptnqt fe 9HI^. Siftancc're vt 
dist'ance. SifUmceribt ride against time. 

SifHtoii n -la distich. 

SifHiiløbc'rc vt distinguish, -gbc'rct a dis- 
tinguished. -It' a distinct. -Itiø'ii c -er distlnc'- 
tion; mark of distinction. -ltio«f ffag distinguish- 
ing-pendant. 

Siftf |a|rte vt distract, draw away, disturb, 
-ai't [fr.] a absent. -attia'H e absence of mind, 
absent-inindedness. 

Sifhpilt' n -er district. Sifhrittf rforfawIiHt 
meeting of electors. -Mfl cavalry horse, -tiege 
district-physician. 

Sit' fe Sin. 

Sit' og Sat one thing and the other, sundries, 
odds and ends, odd snatches. 

Sitmarfteii n Ditmarsh, the Ditmarshes. 

Sit'o ditto, the same. 

Sitte vt say «you* to; -f say you to each 
other. 

Sitl|raitt'|bc e -r dith'yramb, dithyram'bic. 
-biff a dithyrambic. 

Siba'ii c -er divan'; — a -et the Divan, -borb 
sofa- table. 

Sibergle're vi diver'ge. -emf' o diver'gence. 

SiberTc a sundry, -foitbel general shop, amr 
variety store. -IpaitblCY sundryman. 

Sibertif fement' n -er diver'tlsement. 

Sibilbmb' c -er dividend, -ben'be o -r div- 
idend, -be'tc vt divide; . 16 meb 2 (. 2 i 16) 
divide 16 by 2; a -t meb b, a by b. -'f c, typ 
hyphen, -flø'« c -et divis'ion. -fio'iifilef A, 
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-fiottøtcg« sign of division, -'før e -n divisor; 
typ visorium. 

♦»Ijelje lænflfel. 

Sitt'refid diær'esis, dier'esis. 

Xia't c di 'et; regimen; fhenø . low, strict diet 
el. regimen; ^olbe » be under diet, diet, (fhenø) 
be on low diet; -er pl subsistence money, allow- 
ance. -e'Hff a dietet'ic(al). -fe|I mistake in 
one's diet. 

2)ioiifc -I junk. 

SfcrtH a bold; min compact, -dig adv boldly, 
-^eb c boldness, -tolmbc a free-spoken. 

^jamel d, -'ole deVil, fiend: en A ttatl a devil 
of a fellow; 'i Sifi diabolical art el. cunning. 
•iii'be -r she-devil. -0 lib devil's bit, Seabiota 
aticeiw. -ff a deVllish, diabolical; ben -e ^unb 
(Ooa) the Dog Fiend, -fttb fe -I t«i. -0 titt ^ 
timber-dogs. -0 pUmttt ^ shifting-boards. -0 
ttf n devilry; infernal stuff, abomination, -itiige 
e devlVs imp. — 2)jttble|ieflMergclfc e exorcism, 
-befbønrger exorcist, -befttttelfe demoniacal 
possession, -bldrabta P devilish, deuced; con- 
founded, -blirtelfc devil-worship, -numet exor- 
cist, -maiinig exorcism, -toaeii Satanstoe. 
-troen the belief in the Devil, -mige fe IbictMH». 
-biØ: paa . diabollcallv. 

Sobbc -r (paa gifTefn^ float. 

^obbef e game of hasard, gaming, gambling. 

^tbbeft a double, twofbld, -t-doal; . Spil double 
-dealing; . Ooø^olberi book-keeping by double 
entry; -e fieb rickets; — ado double, doubly; 
twice; fe . see double; . foa mange twice as 
many, double the number; . faa meget twice as 
much, as much again, -oare paddle. -0 double 
flat, -beff a^n common snipe, Soolopax Oaliinaco; 
•solitary snipe, S. major. «biOet return ticket. 
-but double plate, -bogftab ligature, -bøvbc 
doubled pawn, -brbbitfiig double refraction. 
•birger dice-box. -børttct \s^t%at double-banker. 
•b#r folding-door, -flimet o ^ bipinnate. -fiHit 
double-barrelled guM. -fbiibre double, -fibbebe, 
-f«bbcr p/ amphlpods. -greb double stop, -gam* 
gcr alter ego, double, fetch, -^age double chin. 
-liatfe double pick, -^ar^pet a twice screened, 
^«bbeftbeb e doubleness, (htn M duplicity. 
^«bbeIt|bcDi«g ^ midshipman's bend, -bjnl« 
gang duplex escapement. -l|#bl double plane. 
^crr« double iron, -tittcrt binocular, binocle, 
(minbre) opera-glass. -fita|»(peT) double buttons, 
sleeve-links. •rita|»|iet a double-breasted, -tirabe 
double knot. -fontroKen the Dual Control, 
-frone double crown, -tntm a of double curva- 
ture, -frbbø mw double sharp, -tbartet double 
quartet. -(org«et folders, -tbb fe Zbelt)b. -Ub 
fe -flint, -(«ber amphisbæna. -ubct a double 
-barrelled, -maner double-headed mauL -iMitt' 
fob bimetallism. -^iHiitt mal double-point -rebet 
a double-reefed, -fait double-salt, -fibig a two 
•sided, bilateral, -ffoet a ^nnqie double-piston 
pump, -flag mM turn, -fbat (Iceland) calcareous 
spar. -fblHrt ^ spring forelock, -fbor double 
track, -fteg (af ^aac) haunch, -frttig d. stitch. 
-ftjente double star. -flr««get a ($iano) bichord. 
-fbii diplopy. -f«be two seats back to back. 
-taft Persian. -trIDe double shake. *-troft missel 
•bird, Turdw viteivonu. -tbbig a equivocal 
-tbbe logotype, -birfevbe a double-acting. -<I 
strong beer, ^fm ker double-eagle. 

$oble vi gamble, game. 2)obCer c -e gambler, 
gamester. 

Soc|e«t' c -et teacher, tutor (at a university). 
-e're vt lecture on, teach; — vi lay down the 
law. 

Jobber e gold of pleasure, Cctmelina. 

Sobetae'ber n dodecahedron. 



^9htnt9p n caput mortnum. 

^obøliobeb n ^ bowsprit cap, (af 9æm) crance. 

^og [aaj COM however, yet, still; though (F 
00 altib ftbft f Stttninaen) bet ei . failigt it's 
dangerous, though; lul . ben iDer do shut that 
door; bu par . ^et Breoet? you have received 
the letter, I hope? og . (and) yet; nej .? you 
don't say so? ^bab ec bet .? what can it be? 
fe ~ I only look ! bet ec ., for gait it really is too 
bad; bet flal io . engang gøreø after all, it must 
be done sooner or later; ^bor ei ^n . ifte ijnb^ 
how lovely she Is, to be sure; . alligebel for all 
that. 

^oge e -t doge, -bcrbig^eb o dogeate, dogate. 

Sogge -c mastiff. 

Sbggerfifler(-fart«f) dogger(boat). 

Sogueb c dewlap. 

Sogmaitif e dogmatics, -'tiler c -e teadier 
of doctrinal theology, -tife're vi dog'matixe. 
-'tifl a dogmat'lc(al). Sogiae n -c dogma. 

2)or, Softe -fet ^ dock; tor . dry-dock, 
graving-dock: boob . wet dock; 6tibet treenger 
til at lomme i . the ship requires docking; goa 
i . dock, go into dock; tage ub af -ten undock. 
-afgifter d. dues. -««Iirg dock-works (o. fL.). 
Softe vt dock. 

Sotfe -c (i Sceiejtol) puppet, poppet, mandrel. 
-brejeftot mandrel-lathe. 

Sotlitiiig ^ docking, 'pttl boUard. -ffl^ite 
fe Done vt. 

Sottor e -ei doctor; . i Xeotogien doctor of 
theology; blibe ~ become a doctor. Sottøravb' 
c -ei candidate for the doctor's degree. Softarj« 
attefl doctor's certificate, -bi^to« doctor's di- 

Sloma. -bif^mtatØ thesis for a doctor's degree, 
»ottore're vt doctor. Sottorjflff surseon^flih, 
Acanthurttå. -grab doctor's degree, doctorate. 
-|at doctor's cap el. hat. -i-Sottoriifbe o -i 
doctor's wife. Softorlmiiie doctorial air. -^o* 
motion graduation (of a doctor el. doctors), 
-bign doctor's brougham, joe pill box. -b«rbig« 
^eb doctorate. 

Sottri'n e -ei doc'trine. -«'r a doctrinaire, 
viewy; o doctrinarian. 

Sotnwent' n et doc'ument, deed, paper, in- 
strument. -bebiØ documentary evidence, ^oln* 
mente're vt substantiate, verifV; . fig prove 
one's self, prove one's identitv. Sotnntente'ring 
substantiation. Sotnntentfalft n forgery (of 
documents). 

Sotbttgter ^ dockgate man. 

•Solborb n gunwale, planksheer. 

Solfi'n •et (^ft) dol'phin, Corppkema; ^ 
dolphin buoy; dolphin striker. 

SoI^nØ n mad^house. 

tSi(l|<eebet a prov caae-hardened. 

Soiifliocefaliff a doUchooeph'alous. 

Soit e -e dasffer, noniard. — So(te|tItnie 
dagger-blade. -Hit, -ffbb stab with a dagger. 
Soifliale sword-tail, Limmlu: 

SoDar o -l dollar, -fngl dollar bird, Austra^ 
Uan roller, Euryrtomut paei/ieu$. 

Solman o -et dollman, doliman. 

Solomit' c dol'omite. 

So»' o -me sentence; judgment, doom; (fttn* 
belfe) award, decision; (SRening) opinion; pkiJo» 
proposition, Judgment; faa fin . receive sentence; 
falbe, affiae . pronounce, pass sentence; fibbe til 
-0 sit in Judgmeut; i bijte -me at an exorbitant 
rate, at extortionate prices; boa -menø Sag in 
the day of Judgment; abet oa btiltet fig felo til . 
eateth and drinketh damnadon to himself. 

*Sonb|ttIber [6] fe Snmbjalbet. 

Son I boa record of judgments, -breb f e SomØoft. 

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9m|f«Uc tft condemn, convict; ben -bte the 
ooodemned party, the convict, -fttlbelfc^ -f«I^* 
■isg e condemnation, conviction. -f#r a com- 
petent to pass sentence, -^alicf e -e obtainer 
ofjodgment. 

t9m^tm canon, -»«rkfflifk canonlcate. 

IDtttisi n Judgment hall, coort-houae. 

Smsici'l n domicile, address, -ie'rc vt, mete 
make payable (at); -t 8elfd addressed bill. 

Sa»tti]amf e -tt dom'inant. -««talfotb dom- 
inant chord. -MitfciPtiwcaffork dominant chord 
of the seventh, -tsltvetfaiig dominant triad. 
-TR 9t domineer, lord it over, bully: mil com- 
mand, -e'ren o domineering, -ereme a com- 
manding. 

^awisUa'nef e -e Domin'ican, D. friar, «ftafe 
American cardinal, /Wfi^2a domtittcatia. ^omie 
D. nun (0. fl.). Smi'iiitiid Dom'inic. 

Sfwteo e -ct dom'ino; (Spil) dominos. -Itit 
domino. 

Smltc^itel chapter, -ttrte cathedral. 

Saailar n cathedral chotr. 

Sa«»ctet « ^e d^y of Judgment, tdoomsday. 
SMmc^atSlmftcjbe endless work, -flag stun- 
ning blow, stunner, •nef« judgment weather. 

Smwer e -e Judge; (i SStebbefbib) adjudicator; 
(i ^det 0. 1.) umpue; -en el. -ne (mobf. Sutijen) 
the Bench; -nc9 Ittog the Book of Judges, -cb 
Judicial oath. -twAtU office of a judge. -Inevn 
judicature, -fatt vocation of a Judge. iMgt 
jndidal power. -«Hue Judicial air. «jplabd 
Judges' box. -)ili§t duty as a jodge. -4idri win- 
oing-post, betting-post -rettiglefe fe Somlret. 
'^taiHm the Bench, -finrrb sword of a judge, 
-isbc Judgment seat. 

%twt$i^^ [6] c -pec bollflnch, P^rrhuia. 

Sfsi^tiitc pi judge's flBes. 

%mm^99ft o dean. 

fJNatring e Judgment-ring. 

^•»•aft e copy of a sentence. 

-^Savfal o court-room. 

S>a«|ffntttisg condosion of a sentence. -tc¥ 
place where a court is held, -ftol tribunal; Ubl 
lodgment- seat. 

%tmttMt e 't (public) domain, crown-land. 

ftnuti c accidence. 

JNmatia'« o -ec dona'tlon. 

tmum e the Danube. -f^tfeiibøwiRcnie the 
Danubian principalities. 

9t»e e -t snare, gin. -fangft snaring (of birds). 
HH line el. series of snares. 

*9aml«t e Implements, tools. 

9imfe|||maffi«e donkey engine. -|m»|pe don- 

ia'afraft e -er Jack-screw; (Slattolubtc.) Jack 
•In-the-box. ^»irftaftifavttf dumb-craft. 

t^asscmard fe !^n^mmer. 

tSoimcr, ^amtcft e f brick in one's hat. 

Sasmerft «to F : tale . til en blow one up. 

9a«a«is*'tift a qulzoVic. 

%9Ufi a : be -e ftofalfet the Don Cossacks. 

^amt e task, business, work; poSfe fin . mind 
one's business. 

1t9p, -ffo, fe 5Dn9^ 5^upfto. 

*lt9r fe Som. -e ot punch; . o|> put a fid into. 

^Wtm'he e -t dorado, Corvpkæna kippuru». 

^arg c trollingllne. -e vi troll. 

Warier c Dorian, -ff a Dor'ic, Do'rlan. 

^tU c sea-lemon, dorls. 

•^nmt vi dose. 

9«fs [6] o punch. 

infi a indolent, sluggish, slothfhl, dull, 
UMjdd. 9ørft|e vc A « idle, .^ck « indolence, 
dullness, etc. 

battle Dorothy. 

!^0fU c fee dose. 



Sedmer o -e dunce, dolt, -agtig a stupid. 
-agtig^cb dullness, stupidity, «fioifeb, -)ia«be 
booby, noodle, blockhead, -fcbbel f reminder. 

Stdfc'Hiig e -er sloping. 

*Xo't e «iporr death, death halloo; interj mort! 

*^øt' o -tet tuft, handltil; dough-£&ce, fellow 
without backbone. 

9ot|atio'ii -er endowment, -e've vt endow. 

^ø'tftMi o dram in celebration of the death. 

Vanille (IB^ifi) double game, -lé' e double. 
-Ce'tc vt k i double; theat under-study; ^ . 
ftienben double upon the enemy, -let' o -ter 
duplicate; (Qsife) double-barrelled gun. -lo'n o 
-'er doubloon. 

Soacc a soft, gentle. 

SDancen'v o -et (Øabe) gratuity; (9elønntnø) 
reward. 

Sane« [aa] a laay, idle, slothftil, sluggish; 
(01 0. b.) flat, stale, vapid, -ale loris, Stenope. 
-bl|r sloth, Bradvpue. -fagi Jacamar, Oalbula. 
-|ek e flatness etc. -tre|i, -Uv9 F lAsy ^og, 
sluggard. Soaeiiffab e sloth, laziness. Satnie 
Of (bribe) idle, loll, lounge; (blibe boben) become 
flat el. stale; ^(om Srm el. 8en) be asleep. 

*f)ainiiiig e -er meeting of neighbours, toget 
some Job done in a hurry, (omr) bee. 

2)ai9la9 n dowlas. 

Sos^øaeb ^ fe S)obB^obeb. 

Sraalie o -r drop; en . i Aabet a drop in the 
bucket, t^aake vt drop, -falb dropping, drip- 
ping, trickling, drip, -flafte vial. -fli|bettbe a 
liquid, -formet^ -fonnig a droplike, -^ilettct a 
guttate. -ftittelfe form el. shape of drops, -tal: 
r. in drops, drop by drop, -tilflaiib liquidity. 
-tttSet dropping-tube el. -glass, -ail adv ie -taL 

•t-Sraailfaib fe Sroabe-. -fri a f^ee ftom drip 
el. dropping, -tar vessel for receiving drops. 
•reiibe fe Xaatenbe. -rat. spout, -tag coping. 

^ai n, jM as, manslaughter, hoiniclde. 

Srabaiit' e -ei halberdier, yeoman of the 
guard; oont myrmidon; astr satellite. 

^aictig a doughty, tremendous, p woundy. 

%tii'W\mttpi fine for manslaughter, -manb 
homicide, manslayer. -fag suit for manslaughter. 
•Ilcb place of a homicide. 

Stag n, pi «, itxctt) pull, tug; (af 9«et) draught, 
haul; (61oa) blow, stroke; (af (Jigot) whiff, puff; 
(i Sbømn.J stroke; ^ slatch (of wind}; back 
•sweep, surf: (6laft af fie) handle; * fe Xrftf; 
*{paa Jraretai) shafts; t Isthmus, portage; tamme 
i eet . drink at a draught, -laonb ^ axle-tree 
hoop. 

2)rage^ brog^ braget vt draw, pull, drag; f ^ 
Za))etfeie; — vi go, pass, march, move; en -n 
@abel a drawn sword; . et 6ut draw el. fetch a 
sigh; . Øatnet draw the net; eierne . Conning 
the bees draw el. extract honey; ~ en Slutning 
draw a conclusion; « Sanbe draw one's breath; 
. af^ fe 0f brage. « ^tbel af derive advantage 
fh>m; . af(6 1 e b) set out; • b o c t go away, leave; 
vt fe 9oTtbtage; . efter follow; ^ nt eftec fig 
draw St on, lead to st; fe Cmfocg; .fra deduct; 
. fta ^inanben draw asunder; fe I|t em brage; . 
^ en til go to, leave for; . i Zoibl call in que- 
stion; ~ i %tltm take the field; . igennem pass 
through, traverse; . inb i enter: vt fe ^nbbioge; 
• Obex blow over; vt cross; -i- (lc(aber) paa put 
on; . fig en UlfiRc poa ^alfen bring mischief on 
one's own head; *. Ilenbfel paa recognize; .til 
iRegnftab call to acccoimt; . til fig attract; .til* 
bage retire, retreat; . ub march out, sally forth; 
vt fe Xxctttt fftn: . en ^emmelia^cb ub af en draw 
el. worm a secret fk-om; — or age 9 dep fight, 
quarrel; . mcb be afflicted with; . meb Saben 
be in the last agonies. 

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mebn.) kite, life-kite; fl^oenbe ~ (£uftft)tt) boUs; 
tætte -c 0)) fly kites «agtlg a dragonlsh. -Kob 
drain's blood. -MoMtne dragon-tree Z^mcoena 
draoo. -Il|iiff tarragon, dragon's wort, Artetnina 
draeunculu: -btttfc propitious fiilry. ^ff dragon 
-flflh, Peo€uu9 draeo. -toHCb (ogf. Slante, Draeo- 
oephcUum. og 9tfC, Seorpctna draco) dragon's head. 

Sraglcife o bias, bent, leaning, -ente a attrac- 
tlye, irresistible. 

^vaøer c -e porter; areA traverse-beam, smnmer. 
•Mg yoke. -Ull, 'ptuM porterage, -fele porter's 
braces. -Hong porteres pole. 

Sraøejftib ship of war with a dragon's head 
on the stem. -f{||«giiiiiget worm-ornaments. 
•f«b fc -tonbec. 

t^raget a (om ftMeg) broad-striped el. streaked. 

Srageltoiibev dragon's teeth, -itrt fe -blånte. 

^ra'gl II«! water-wheel, -tifle chest of drawers. 
-I»«be running knot. *-fierve handcart. *^st 
fe -Dob. 

2)rag0'ii e -et dragoon; fe (iSbtaaon. -iMbe e 
-r dragonnade. -offlcev officer in the dragoons. 

Sra'glrent ridge-band. *'\n, -f«g surf (on a 
flat shore), sucking motion of the waves. 

^ragt c -ex (8i)rbe) load, burden; (ftlabning) 
dress, garb, costume, (beO suit of clothes; en . 
9tt)gl a sound thrashing; -er (poa fito) heel(s). 

Sra'gHn fe ^lobtifl. 

^ragtmalev o costume-painter. 

Sra'gtob n rope for hauling el. hoisting. 

SragtbiØ adv in loads, by the load. 

Sra'gttf n harness. 

^ragtt'H fe (Eftbragon. 

t^ra'gnob n drag-net, sweei>-net. 

^ratoe o. fl., Sraifiiic fe %xat-. 

Srat imp of Shnfte. 

Srafnte o -r drachm, drachma. 

Srafo'iiiff a draconlan. 

%xtLV n twist (of a rifle). 

%ttim' -me dram. 

Vranta n -met drama, -'titev o -e dramatic 
author. -Hfe're vt dram'atize. -'tiff a dramat'- 
ic(al). -tMtgi' dram'aturgy. -tur'gifl a drama- 
turgic. 

I^xant e r^arme) grains, distiller's wash; fe 
Sutter c- f natt forn ~ as clear as mud. 

Sraitlet c -e drunkard, inebriate, toper, drinker, 
tippler, -galfhii delirium, -méfe tippler's el. 
drunkard's nose, portwine-nose. 

^Vttp' n drab. 

f^tapu e A n heroic, laudatory poem. 

^roiilc're vt drape, hang (with drapery), -eri' 
ft -ex orapery. 

^rallbanrc c oat-grass, Avena elaticr. 

^tufnft c drastic; fio strong(-flavoured), racy. 

t^rat' a scrap, slop, little bit; — fn< slap-bang I 
crash! -flnarct -lantbct, Svattcnom a butter 
•fingered, a^ratte vt k i drop. 

*$ra«g c -er bogie, sprite, w drow, kelpie. 

Srab n fe Srant; €oen brømmei om . the 
dream.s of cats are always about mice. 

^rano't c thunder-gust, sudden gale (and the 
hard work in consequence). 

Sra'btar n mash-tub. 

*SraiiU curds. 

^r<'bt¥«g n mash-trough, pig-trough. 

•®rel c p blow. 

%xtit vt turn; f a Starre; vi ^ (regneS) count, 
run; ban forflaat at ~ fine Orb he knows how 
to twist and turn his words; . en en ftnap F 
gull one; ~ af turn aside, ^ bear away; . af 
Seien strike off firom the road; . bi .«t bring to; 
. Zaien ^en paa turn the conversation upon; . 
om ^ round, double; . om ^i«met turn the 
comer; . 9toglen om turn the key; .til IBinben 
^ haul the wind, come to; . til, fe - bi; 8inben 



%ox 'i fig the wind has shifted, veered; . fig 
om (ogf. fig) turn upon; forben -c fig om fin VXtt 
the earth revolves on its axis; . fig om poa ^oelcm 
turn round on one's heel; Santalen -r fig on . . . 
the conversation turns upon . . .; om bette ^^ilt 
alene -r 6|>«rgSmaaIet fig the question hinges on 
this single point; bet -r fig om |borbibt the que- 
stion is whether, -bfttife draw-beam, -km 
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-idrat fe 1)te]er-. ^r revolving light, -fli«« 
fe ftattttfel. -loge (2)re|n.) hook-tool. -^«If I 
Senbe-. -f«ni turner's chisel. -IMW« swlvél 



fe ftattttfel. -|age (l)re|n.) hook-tool. -^«If fe 
-f«ni turner's chisel. -IMW« swlvél 
-ttt«fl art of turning, -fuppel revolving 



-gun. 
cupola. 

dreiel n -er diaper, huckaback. 

Sre{ctab n turning-lathe, turn-bench. SveicHg 
a revolving. Sreiewaffiite self-acting lathe. 

Svefer o -e turner, ^ heaver, (fRebecb.) laying 
hook, -avbcibe turner^ work, -boiif fe i)ceielab. 

Sreietcb i, tie, tye. -fHt hitch on the Mght 
round a yard. 

Sre|cr|baaiibli<et( turner's trade el. craft 
-tove: ftttte i . apprentice to a turner, -løerliwg 
turner's apprentice, -iteflev master tamer, 
-fpeitb journeyman turner. 

^reientlle c ferrule, ferrll. 

^relcrtittrtlleb n turner's workshop. 

^reiclfrinc {pMi dæcnbanen) turn-plate, -table, 
turning-platform; (^ottem.) pallet; fe SoItefiaL 
•ffi^lp turning gouge. -fpMncv turnings, -f»^ 
cheval-glass, -fpiell rotary valve. -Haoltumen 
tools, -ftift screw-arbor, -fløl turning chair; 
fe -lab. -fl|gc tum-slck, staggers, sturdy. -tMmi 
revolving turret. 

jiejlTe Drejel. 

^r^niiig -et turn, turning, rotation. — 
2re|iiiiig8h<M»pafat turning gear. -lafHgleb ro- 
tatory velocity, -lob (fot winb) law of gyration, 
-nonent momentum, -imiitt fUlcrum. 

%xt*0L e -e boy, (fløtte) lad; ^ k * (servant-) 
man; (Scetebteng) apprentice; gamle . old boy: 
ba jeg Mt . when (I was) a boy; fta . af tKoa. 
a boy; ieg bil ilfe bcete S>eieS . I won't be voor 
fiEkg. — ^reitgc|aav boyish years, years of boy- 
hood; flaa fine . ub serve el. serve oat one's 
apprenticeship el. time, -agtig a boyish, puerile. 
**øHg^eb e boyishness, pueriu^. -albere« boy- 
hood, -ovidbe boy's work, -iam male child, 
-ban; fom lige ^t ftubt -men who has Just out 
his eye-teeth, budding. -taab|eb boyish wan- 
tonness el. petulance, -ttober boy's clothes, 
-leg boy's play. *-l«ii servant-man's wages, 
-fftitiie ^ preventer plate, -ftole boys' school, 
school for boys, -ftimne boy's voice, -flra 
boyish trick el. prank, -fhie servant's liau. 
•fMie boy's whip. -b«rf boy's work. *9rait* 
fan old bachelor. 

*^ref« -et suit (of clothes). -t«| suiting. 

Sreøfie're vt train, (natml. @oIbater) drill; -t 
6a(^unb (0. I.) performing seal. -e'Hitg« -H'r e 
training, drill. 

%tt» imp af ^Dtibe. 

%ttit' n, pi a, (^iul) pinion: *(fBoet() oakom; 
^snowstorm; *tport beaters pi. *-bot piece of 
oakum. 

^rcneii a expert, versed, -^eb o ezpertneas. 

SvcHlfU pinion file. *-fvøg ^ rave-hook. 
*'mtik i, shakings, -ftoal phiion wire, -fløf 
trundle-staff, -taiib leaf el. tooth (of a pinion). 

^Hft -er Instinct, impulse, bent, Inclination; 
(Sititming) working, conduct, management, con- 
trol, economy; (Img) drove; t « Oebtift; g^ 
drift; i drift, («fbtift) lee-way; a f egen • of 
one's own accord el. firee will, unbidden; gaa i 
~ 4f ¥^ ^ ^^'^^^ f^^ i . set a going; i fulb ^ 
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sive business, much upon his bands; btinøe ^orb 
i . put land in a state of cultivation; bee er 
inoen . i %am he has no energy, enterprise, go. 

2>tifte vt winnow. 

^^Shriftelloiibf owner of ^©riflefæ*, drover, -f« 
tstray beast; *(drove of) cattle fattened on the 
mountain pastures. 

^riftclf •» ydnnowing sieve, -trug winnowing 
trough, -van winnowing machine. 

Smftff a active, stirring, driving, pushing, 
enterprising, -^eb e activity; fe Slrbejbfom^b, 
8mbiri6eliø$eb. 

^xiftf^mpai n drift-eompass e(. -qoadrant. 

^iftdlMr business year, «leflliret manager; 
traffic manager, -ftmtne fe -tapital. -f|f mmctig' 
|0 trade-secret, -(errc employer. -inf^iettM 
C3ami6.) inspector of the plant and roUing stock. 
•i9tb land under tillage, -lanital stock, capital 
(for carrying on a business), trading capital. 
-Um business loan, -maabe mode of husbandry. 
•nuiterici rolling stock, -omf ofhtinøar, -ubgif ter 
working expenses, -obcrfhtb net profits, -tib 
time when land is in tillage. 

Srit' e 'fe drink, draught, beverage; (£anM.) 
drinking; flatTe -le (ardent) spirits, spirituous 
liquors: fetfalbe, flaa fig til . take to, addict 
one's self to, drinking, -f lelbia a given to drink, 
addicted to drinking. -f«(bigqcb c drunkenness, 
addictedness to drinking, addiction to drink, 
intemperance. 

trifle e drink. 2)H(ff, beat bruRet vt drink; 
. Ze take tea; . et 9Xai Sin take a glass of 
wine; . fom en SbanM) drink like a fish; ^an -r 
he is addicted to drinking; . tni @IaaI drink 
(to) one's health; . tæt drink hard el. deep; ^ 
fig fitib get drunk; . en fulb make one drunk; 
. af ^Utfren drink from el. out of the bottle; « 
boTt drive away by drinking, drink down: ~ 
fig i^ i el kill one's self with drinking; .. et Q>Ia8 
neb en take wine with one; ^9p ($enge) spend 
in drinking, drink out; . ober Xørften take a 
drop too much; ^ paa enS Selgaaenbe drink to 
one's health; . fig en Skæring paa ^alfen drink 
one's self into a consumption; . en til drink 
to one; ~ u b drink olf. -brobet pot-companion, 
toper, -iøts^r drlnklng-cup, goblet, -fab drink- 
ing.trough, A, grog-tub. -fttlic pot-companion. 
"Piht drinking-bout. -glad drinklng-glass. 
-MI pump-room, -bom ^nking-hom. -fanM» 
drinking-match. -for drinking- vessel, -lag 
drinking-bout, ^riffelig a drinkable. Srilfe* 
Ugle^ e drinkableness. ^rtfte|I1|fl love of drink- 
ing, -n e drinking, 'ptuat consideration, drink 
-money. -H' n (hard) drinking, -fana drinking 
-song, -felftab drinking-party. -fraal drinking 
•bowl, -ffiaiiig fe -penae. -fhif tap-room, -ft^g 
fe S)rtffalbia. -f $gc passion for drink, dipsomania. 
4n% drinldng-trough. -bonb drinking water. 
•vane habit of drinking, -barer drinkables. 
-•ifc drinking song. I^rititiiig o drinking. 
Mf'ofer drink offering. 

DHl' e drill, Papio leueoj>hceu9. 

tttr e le drill. 

9tii* : paa ~ on purpose. 

Mlagtig a teasing, irritating, -lycb e bother. 

^rUlior drlU. -»He drill-bow. -^arb d.-har- 
row. -I»ft«r d. -husbandry. Grille tft (bore og 
aør) drilL 

SriXc vt (plage) tease, irritate, F roast, -piiib^ 
•bofe, -r c 't teaser, -rt' n -er teasing, irritation. 
4h. -vom a given to teasing. 

Sri Hie vi paa -hrely on, trust to; vr fig til pre- 
^ome, dare, venture, -ig a bold, hardy, daring, 
iwladous; bære faa .. at make bold to; be -^c 
Snbentntnaer the most sanguine expectations; 
— adv boldly; fe Sobe. -ig|cb o boldness, hardi- 

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ness, hardihood, assurance, daring(ne88), auda- 



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blaal fe (Baarb-. -a(9c driving axle, -aafer 
floating anchor; drag-sail, -leb forcing frame, 
hot-bed. -bolt punch, -bceitt fe -beb. 

Xrtoc, breo, breoet, vt (bebæge, ogf. fio) drive, 
(toinge) force, impel, (tun fig) urge, prompt; 
(Sletan chase; (faffotre) caulk; (Slafftne) work; 
— vi lounge, saunter; ^J^ drive, drift, be adrift; 
drag the anchor; (^»e Hfbrift) have lee-way; 
ber et brebet et SShcag paa Stronben a wreck has 
drifted el. has been driven ashore; @neen -t the 
snow drifts; . et ^iul o. b. move; .. en (SWiorb 
manage a fkrm; ~ en Oeflaftigelfe, @tubier pursue, 
follow, carry on an occupation, studies; ~ en 
9toring9bei carry on a trade, business; -c bett)belig 
^anbel og ^abcif birtfom^eb is largely engaged in 
trade and manufactures; . Sceldter force plants; 
. bibt carry fea-, ~ bet bibt i noget make a great 
proficiency in something; . af rt fe ttfbrite; vi 
slink away; ^ drift off; Slåerne . af @. 18. the 
clouds are drifting ftom the S. W.; ©beben -r af 
Ibam he drips with perspiration: . Xiben boct 
while away the time; -r for anferet drags her 
anchor; . en fra en (&aarh eject one from a farm; 
.. Sleben fra fin $ofl dislodge the enemy; . 
frem propel; - igennem (egl.) force through; . 
tgennem en 6igte rub through a sieve; ban bteb 
bet igennem he carried his point; bet -i meb 
2)anibtraft it is worked by steam power; . noget 
meb fibft prosecute a thing with ardour; - 6pot, 
Spøg meb make sport, ftin of; . i mob, inb- paa 
drive against, foul; > inb fe ^nbbtibe; . o m go 
idling about; . Silbt op start game; . SBanb op 
force up water; - noget op (paa Slbltion) force 
up the price of; . fjxaqttmc op raise the freights; 
Ubejret -r o oer the storm will pass over; fig labe 
Uoeitet . oDet let the storm blow over; «paa 
(en) urge on, (nt) hurry on; •- paa nt be occu- 
pied el. engaged in; . paa ^lugt put to flight; 
. et Oaanb paa drive a hoop; « bet til Stolelatec 
attain the rank of a schoolmaster; . bet til at 
ftaa op manage to get out of bed: . tilbage 
drive back, repel, repulse; ~ Sisbleub cast out 
devils, exorcise; bet gaar bribe nbe it goes on 
swimmingly, like a house on fire; ^n ^r en 
-nbe Siftring he has a brisk trade; -nbe baab 
dripping wet; *-nbe bbib white as the fiilling 
snow; oare bre ben i noget be well skilled, 
practised in; btebet Slrbefbe embos.sed work, 
chasing. SHbe c -x drift, -ambolt fe 2)riofiot. 
-bro fe ^l^bebTo. -fieber fe Ibvith. -tegle triblet. 
-tile wedge, -tit cement for chasing, -traft fe 
Sdo-. -iHgle ((S^nlbfm.) pitch-block, -tnibbel 
cathartic, -n o driving etc. t-p«loer purgative 
powder. -to«itfel chasing chisel, briber o -e 
lounger, idler; (fto<eg-) drover; (IMopi.) beater, 
^ (Sell) rlng-taU fe ftalfatrer. Sriberiotn ^ 
ringtail boom. XribcH' n -ei (^rio^f) hothouse, 
forcing-house; (paa Qtoben ofb.) lounging, saun- 
tering. SHbert o -er idler. Xribf|rntR .^ sea 
-room, -nel drift-way. -biegt weight (for im- 
pelling machinery). 

^H'biflfber spring; fig incentive, spring of 
action, incitement, motive, impulse, -fonrge 
flying-bridge -gam drift-net. -f|an»er chasing 
-hammer. -Ijf ttl driving-wheel; >v motive power. 
-bolt setter, typ shooting-stick. -b«9 fordng 
-house, hothouse, -lindfmgt forced fhilt. -lind' 
plante, -liudbttlfl hot-house plant, -id drift-ice, 
floating ice. -jttm caulking iron. -taSfc ((Svartn.) 
forcing-frame; (p. ^or) swing centre. -Iraft 
moving power, motive power, -mool (Urm.) 
pinion gauge, -mur espalier wall, -ning c 
driving etc. -obn refining furnace, -pnnfel fe 
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-band. -fottb drift sand. -fttø bursting charge. 
-fe|I drag-sail. -ffv«e A, screw, screw-propeller. 
'fti scud, rack, -fnor oriTing-oord. -^ang con- 
necting rod. -Hol chasing stake, case-stake. 
'tap punch, -tt« wooden setter, -temmet 
drift timber, floating timber, -noab n trawl-net. 
-øaab a dripping wet. -neb drift wood, -tiirrblø 
a worth working e(. carnrlng on. -ndnrf ma- 
chinery. 

2)rsg iwtp af 2)Tagf. 

^og [aa] n, p/ ss, good-for-nothing, useless 
fellow. 

^rogbe« the Grounds. 

^00« jet [aa], -txi'^tøxtv pl drugs, -c't n 
drug'get. -ifl' c -cr drug'gist. 

Srøntcba'v e -n drom^edary. 

t^rontniib c large ship of war. 

^rone c -t drone, -cette d. cell; -t d. comb. 
•Ilog killing of the drones. 

Srotmiiiø c -er queen; -tn% ftbortrt ^ the port 
watch; øfte til . (@faT) queen; IQaQetS . the 
belle of the ball, -bonbe« the Queen's pawn. 
-ilytte change of queens. Srotitiiita|liø, -ntttdfiø 
a queen-like, queenly. -fto|en (Stat) the Queen's 
side. -biØ : paa . in a queenly manner, -bivb 
wind right aft. 

Srottte dodo, Didu» in^p9. 

*^topltt pi dapples, ^røpltt a dapple. 

SropØ pl drops. 

SrofTe c -r cab, fly, fourwheeler, F growler. 
-leH cab-horse. -^olbe^iUbØ cab-stand, -fitft 
cabman, -taløt cab &re(s), (tr^ft) table el. book 
of (cab) flures. 

SrøØfel o -»let thrush, Turdw. -fo«8|l catch- 
ing (of) thrushes. 'tXåp throttle-yalre. -iitofn«e 
fe -Hoi. -f anger reed-sparrow, Sylvia arwuiinaeea. 
•fiol throstle-f^ame. -ftcrt rose-coloured grackle. 
Potior roteu». 

t^roH -et Lord High Ck>nstable. 

irot' e -ter poet lord, king. 

^tnt -T grape; (paa ftanon) button, grape. 
-aøtiø a resembling a grape, botryoidal. -blob 
juice of the grape, -bor wimble, -bronibebin 
brandy, cognac, -birr grape. -b4|(c art neck 
-ring, -eg chestnut oak. -fonttig a grapelike. 
-f«Ib a covered with grapes. -I^agel grape-shot. 
'kaU art neck, -biltbe uyeous coat. -(|l|aci«t 
grape-hyacinth, Byacintku» botryoide: -|l|lb 
red-berried mountain elder, SamhMcut raeemota. 
•Mft vintage, -fa» grape-stalks, -feme grape 
-stone. -firteC conglomerate gland, -tlafe cluster 
of grapes, -fur grape-cure. -fboØ husks of 
pressed grapes, -lirtige <t neck-sling, -moft 
unfermented wine, must, -mnnte bane-berry, 
Aetcea tpicata. -on» vine-flretler, vine-grub, 
Eumolpwviti». -))(iiffer grape-gatherer, vintager. 
-robltiø phylloxera, -foft Juice of the g. -fnw» 
»ef grape-mould, Botryti» tmloarU. -ffnb grape 
-shot, -fbrit spirit of wine. -1HR, -fiongel 
grape-stalic. -f«ffer sugar of grapes, grape-sugar, 
glucose. -fbamiP vine-mildew, Oidium Tuckeri. 
•fbnlH grape-swelling, -fijre racemic acid, -balfe 
CO botryllus. -OiØ adv in dusters, in the form 
of grapes. 

^rttrber pi I>ru'ids. 

^rvffeit a drunk (pT«bitot.), drunken (attribut.), 
tipsy, intoxicated, (disguised) in liquor, the 
worse for liquor; . af ®Iæbe intoxicated with 
Joy; balb» -. half drunk, nearly intoxicated, half 
seas over; brtfte fig . get drunk; naar ban bar ~ 
in his drink, -bolt drunkard, -bibrif tosspot. 
-h-^eb b. f. f. -Jfab drunkenness, Intoxication, 
Inebriation. Xntffet ntp af SriHe. 

Sntfne vt drown; vi be drowned; -be pi 
drowned i>er8ons; ben -r ej fom ^ænged f(a( he 
who is bom to be hanged will never be drowned; 



fe ^almftraa. -^«0 morgue, ^ntfttitig e drown- 
ing. 

^rnmmoiibff Ztfi Dmmmond-llght. 

^ntntc vi lag, loiter, -r c -e lagger, loiters. 

^r«fe|(|«l, -mm druse. 

^mfer c Druse. 

2)rba'be o -t Dry'ad. 

*^ri|g o fe ^tsf. 

^rl»' e -bet oø n, pi t«, drop, drip, -ttixg c 
dripping, -nirfet a snivelling, sniveily. 

^rbbbe vi A t drip; . en 6teg baste a roast 
-bab drop-bath, -fab, -panbe dripping pan. 
-Ife, -II e dripping etc. -rt o -et clap, gonorrtiea. 

Sriib Irmbe gutter, -flag one beat of the drum. 
-ftm stalactite, -botrt drying-house. 

SrbØfc vt sprinkle; vi drop el. ML (in small 
particles), t-ffe fe 6tt*». 

t^r« vi flower, be in flower. ®r<r c flower 
ing (season, etp of the rye), florescence. 

^r«b|e, -te, -t vt kill, slay, put to death; . 
meb 6naf bore to death with talking; ~ Ziben 
kill time; -nbe mortal, deleterious. Jig tiresome. 
-tr c -e fe !Dtab9manb; ^ norman. -Hnittg c 
killing. 

Srirø' o -at ^ grapnel, creepers, drag, -gc 
vi drag. -tUr claws of a grapnel. 

tSratgt -et (ftulh) litter; (^tt) Impetus. 

^rirgng a with young; ^ (font lafter oobt) 
burdensome; 100 XonI . of 100 tons boraen. 
•beb c state of being with young; tonnage, 
burden. 

^rtegtob n ^ grapnel-rope. 

tSrime vi hum, buzz. 

t^rdrale. *-e'rc vt drain, -ing, -ertitg o drain- 
ing, -ertngør^r fe Stoentot. 

t^roiiiiig e fe Uttt. 

tSr«nf|e vt tread, -niitg o treading; (t tSg) 
treadle. 

^ta'n\ttt draln(ing)-tile el. -pipe, -tpoiib drain 
-water. 

t^rsperiobe fe S)tce c 

^rcrfi'ite o -t velodpede; Ooraib.) trolly. 

^rort' e&n (^iffe«) draught, haul, take; (gober) 
lining; OBoanft o. I ) draught; fe Opbtftt. 

t^rirtib fe tirct c 

^xetttt vt line. 

Sr«be vi drawl, -n c, -ri' n drawl, -«be, 
-bom a drawling. 

Sr^bel, ^r^el e -et uvula; (Ibmp.) throttle 
-valve, .falb relaxation of the uvula, -bmtil 
fe ^robel. 

Sr^ftle vt inquire into, sift, canvass, talk 
over, compare notes on; fe Stiftf. -elfc, -iiliiø 
c -et inquiry, sifting etc. 

^t9\ a (fDst) substantial, large, heavy, stout; 
(fom tftffet lanat) that goes a long way; (fsIeHfl) 
hard, smart; ftge en -e Otb use strong language 
to one; et -t vltbeibe a tough piece of work. 
^te\ht c heaviness, stoutness; ^an bat bet i -n 
he makes up in breadth for what he lacks in 
height. 1ttt\t vt k i make a thing go far; go 
a long way. Srojelfe c: bet et ingen > i it goes 
but a little way. Srtf||eb o substantiality; 



Sr^tit' c -me dream; i -me in a dream, in my 
dreams: (igefom i -me like one in a dream; 
-menef £anb dreamland; baagne -me day-dreams. 

^r^mnic, -te, -t vi dream, be in a dream; 
btsm bebageligt! pleasant dreams to you. 

^r^titmelagtig a dream-like, -bllleb vision, 
phantasm, -bog book of oneiromancy, dream> 
ing book, -fri a dreamless. -f«gt white-backed 
barbet, Chelidoptera tmebrota. "f^ltm fe -oetben. 
•Hfcrr a fond of dreaming, -fib dream-life. A9% 
a dreamless, -n e dreaming, -nbe a dreamy, -r 
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•dream, -rige fe •tterben. ^tmnmttifl a dreamy. 
9MiKitte|f))U fe -Murf. -f^itib chimera, -fim 
vlsiOD. -taoar mistiness, dreaminess, -tanter 
rererie. -tUfmib dreamy state of mind. -tl|ber 
c -€ interpreter of dreams, oneirocritle. -ttfberi 
% -tl|biiing interpretation of dreams, oneiro- 
mancy. -i^iia«brer(fle) fe Satrnqanqn. -øerbe« 
dieam-land. -bcrrt vision. 

^tMmptX c pier ^ upper (port-)8lll. 

^r#ii n, pi :». boom. ^r^e vi boom. 

!Sr««nert c -ei drone, sluggard. 

!Srffe ri dawdle, -fiinb dawdle, dawdler, -ri' 
n dawdling. -bOm a dawdling. 

^øtt n cud; ttjgge . chew the cud, ruminate; 
fi^ harp (paa on). 

^•oef ie drøbel. 

^^«belfe fe 9ebtøt)elfe. 

^«ble vt i'^mp.) throttle (the steam). 

^roltiyøge vi ruminate; fio harp on. -tiyg- 
fembf a ruminating, ruminant, cud-chewing. 
•nigger c -e ruminant, cud-chewing animal, 
-t^geri' n harping, -tligget a ruminated; fig 
hackneyed, often repeated, -tligniiig o chevring 
the cud, rumination. 

!H(4ig<ktai o dziggetai, Equua htmumM». 

tf(ii«0i8fa« Genghis Khan. 

^n pro» per« (i ^jtibelig Zole, i Bibelen, af 
ftiHeleme oø prcv) thou; aim. you; bn . . . felD 
thou . . . thyself; you . . . yourself; bu gobe (Bub I 
great heavens I 

^al)i9 e the dual number, -iø'me o du'al- 
ism. Aft' « -er du'alist. -ifk'ifl a dualistlo. 
-itr« e duality. 

*S«ibe vi nod; fe ftnifSe. 

•^»Hl n fe »Ibb^olt. 

^Mc(, 2)nblet o. ft. fe f)ou>. 

!D«ftU'd a doubtful. 

S«Mriit bibl mandrakes. 

t^sbe c darnel, Lofium temuUntum. 

tSttbelfof o fe 6æRet>ibe. 

Sttbs fe ^onte. 

!D«e vi be good, be fit; bet -r ifle til noget it 
is good for nothing, f it is no good; bet -c itle 
at it doesn't answer, it won't do to. 

S«e e -r pigeon, dove, Columba: fpanft . runt. 
-tgtig a dove-like, -art species of p. -etfler 
pigeon Amder. -fall fe Sanbre*. -flot flight el. 
flock of pigeons, -fob pigeon-foot, Geranium 
molle. -frifaftfé stew of pigeons, -fro» a gentle 
as a dove, -fttglme the columbidæ. -IjnØ pi- 
Keon-house, dove-cot. -l|«g goshawk, Attur pa- 
ItanbortM: -tr«ninier dealer in pigeons, pigeon 
•lancier, -(«rren cooing of doves. 

^el' c -let du'el (poa with). 

^elig o fit. apt, able, capable; . til fit for, 
capable of. -9eb c fitness, aptness, ability, ca- 
pability. -|cb9atte^ certificate of competency. 

^elj'lant' c -et dn'ellist. -le're vi duel, fight 
a duel el. duels. Atxtu, -le'rittg o duelling. 
-'roferi mania for duelling. 

^ejat^g pigeon's dung, -par pair of pigeons. 
•bof: meb - by carrier pigeons, -boflef pigeon 
•pie. -rebe pigeon's nest, -ftabiofe small sca- 
biouB, Sottbiota ooiumbaria. -fitfbniltg pigeon 

match, -fag fe -bn». -fleg roast p. 

tntt' e -ter duet'. 

S^nertrofi misselthrush, Turdut vi9civonu. 
•nge young pigeon, -nrt willow-herb, Epilo- 
ffim; fe %teb\9i; Øulbbuft. -irg pigeon's egg. 

tuft c -et firagrance, odour, perfume. ^«ft|e 
w exhale odour el. fragrance; bet -be af Wofet 

there was an odour of roses, -e» c (exhalation 

et breath of) odour el. fragrance, -enbe, -fulb, 

'+^1), -rig n fragrant, odoriferous, balmy, 

odorous, -oanbebiue eont sentimental operetta. 



^na c -e cloth; (SeiO canvas; btebe -en spread 
the cloth. 

^ng' c dew. -braabe dew-drop, pearl of dew. 

^nge vt spread; «^ . op bunt. 

*Sttge vi fe 3)ue. 

Sttg'lfalb dew( fWl). -fmlb a dewy, -ge vt 
bedew; vi, imper$ bet -r the dew is falling. 

^ttgge vi op imob Sinben bibl bear up into the 
wind. 

^nglget a dewy, -ntaaler drosometer. 

^ngmager cloth-worker, clothier, -fbenb 
clothier's Journeyman. 

Snglberie fe -braabe. -pit violet willow, ScUix 
daphnotde«. -pnntt dew-point, -rubber surfkce 
roots, -r^bttiiig dew-retting, -flaaet a dewy, 
steamed. 

t^« gfoenb c sewer. 

^ngt c -er strand. 

^nøloaab, -biebet a moistened with dew, 
bedewed. 

^ttt'anb fe Sbfanb. 

Sttta't c -et duc'at. -giitb ducat gold. 

2>ntte vt duck, plunge, souse; vt (blotte) dive, 
.. ftem pbp out; . op rise to the surfkce, emerge, 
turn up; • meb ^ooebet stoop. 

^tttle c -t (fiege.) dolf; (tWenneftefigur) dummy; 
(TOarionet. og i Dteictb.) puppet; (^iHe) baluster; 
(traabO skein; J, (p. ©angfpil) drumhead, ^ntte 
vt wind up into a skein, -ogtig a doll-like. 
-anfigt doll's fiice. "hatn, -binebe doll. -b|em 
fiff doll's house. -l|00eb doll's head. -b«9 baby 
house, doll's hou.^e. -leg play with dolls. 
-mager c -e doll-maker. 

Gutter c -e fe Suttett; unkumbi, CephcUopw. 

^nttert e -et p, header, gioe en en . duck 



one; tage fig en . take a header. 

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Snttelftab press for doll's clothes; (^^gaeliat 
SJæreIfe) snuggerv. -ftoit puppet-show. -Itabø, 



doll's perambulator. 

^ntnattet a stooping, poke-neck. 

^ttl* c -er head(-boy;, captain: (Stolen«) senior; 
. i fjette ftlatfe head of the sixth. 

^ntøbobeb d, bull's eye; fe I)ob9'. 

^ntfte« c tufBi. 

^tttt fe ^gt. 

^ttlcia'n c -et duldan'a; kind of old-fiishioned 
bassoon. 

^ttlat (part af ^otge); a reserved. 

tSttl^ørbet a case-hardened. 

3)tttte p c -t doxy, trull. 

inline vt assuage, allay, soothe; vi abate, sub- 
side, -tt c abatement, alleviation, -vbe a sooth- 
ing, -f-r c soother. 

sDh»' u stupid, stolid; (baatlig) foolish; fduU, 
dim; - Stteg folly, fooUsh prank; - 6nal stuff, 
nonsense; meget . a great fool; . not til at fool 
enough to; bet oar -t af mig at I was foolish to; 
ittt faa -t not half bad; itte faa . fom ^ fet ub 
til not such a fool as he looks; t (bibl) -me {Sjne 
set eyes. 

^Hntbjttlbe e -t harness Jingle, sleigh- el. 
sledge-bell, -frand string of sleigh-bells. 

Snmlbriftig a foolhardy, rash, -briftigljeb c 
fool-hardiness, rashness. -f|eb c stupidity; (bum 
Stteg) folly, foolish thing, blunder. -Htlog a 
sage, f^tttttme vt dull. Sumnerlobeb n fe 
S)umrian. 

«SHmp c fore-end, bottom of a sledge el. 
carriage. 

^ttmp a (i Wm.) dull, (tun om Si)b)low, hollow. 

^nmp c thump, plump, -e vi thump, plump; 
F (til wtftam.) be plucked el. ploughed; — ut- 
en Itanon dip a gun, 

-i-Sttmpbeb dullness. 

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$H»|ria« c -ft fool, dunderhead, blockhead, 
loggerhead, -ftolt a bumptious. -1lølt|fb bump- 
tiousness. -Hiøtig a consequential. 

Sttti c og n, p^ =, down. -i(«ket a downy 
-leaved. -sUb a downy. 

^Hitberd ad« F : tale . til en blow one up. 

Stttibre vi thunder, rattle; . løl {paa Xromme) 
leather away; en -nbe Søgn a swinging lie; en 
-nbe ^ot)ebpine a splitting headache, -n e, ^niibev 
n rumbling sound, roar. 

S«'ii|bl|tte down-bed. Snnje vt make downy. 
-et a downy, -fjcbet downy leather. -f«a( bird 
from which down is obtained, -baarct a downy, 
pubescent, -^aøct a haying down on the chin. 

^ttttlamtner reed-mace, cat'stail, Twpha lati- 
folia. 

Stt«t -e itone bottle el. Jar; (af Xræ) keg. 

Stt«f n k e.tl ^, thump, knock. $«ltfe xA 
k i thump, knock; vi (ont $uI9 o. I.) throb. 

Sttntcl a dark, dim, obscure; en . (anbring 
a dim. faint el. vague recollection. -Ilaa o 
dark-blue. -øMit a dark-green (o. f(.). -^eb e 
darkness, dimness, (ogf. cone) obscurity. 

^utiterque n Dunkirk. 

*Stt'n(feblf fe 3)un^mmer. 

IStt'titraft fe Donlraft. 

-i-Sttnfc v< thump. 

Sii'nlfe«8 down bed. -ffieg down. 

Snnik c -er vapour, exhalation; (^agl> dust 
•shot; -ec effluvia, -lab shower-bath. ^«tifl|e 
vi (bort, ub) evaporate, -fri o free from vapours. 
•jKlb •« vaporous, -^aøl dust-shot, -lul pore. 
-irebd atmosphere. -ntoSff volume or vapour, 
-r« fe ttm». •fttj cloud of vapour. 

*Stt'nbier n place where down is gathered. 

^Holbe'cime o -c twelfth, -bedmat' duodeci- 
mal, -bee (gonnat oa l6og) duodecimo (12mo). 
-beé' duodecimo, -besfiirllc princeling, -bcéftot 
petty state. 

!D«<»' c -pet tack, knob, button, (of %m) dowel, 
coak; (i Stoxttpai) cap. 

*^«<i' n nod; curtsey. 

^Vipt'tt vt dupe, impose on. 

StMiletdøang o duplex escapement. 

3>iM»Iit' c fet rejoinder, -«'t n -et duplicate. 

Duplo : in « in duplicate. 

Sh)iU0 a buttonless. 

*Sitp^e vt dip (bread in sauce etc.); — vi nod; 
fe llniKe. ^uppt c dipping sauce, dip. 

$H)i||>c vt stud with tacks, -pti a knobbed, 
studded, -fto ferrule. 

Snr c, mu» major; ^ 2)ut B major; f flaa obet 
i en anben . change one*s tone. 

^ut c roar (low thundering noise). S)«vc vi 
roar. 

Sitraliel a du'rable, lasting. 

^nrll c -fet cock pigeon. 

Xutl adv f : . igennem straight through; løbe 
- run away, -brene« a arrant, thorough(-paced). 
(Sitrfl^)-lattfl^'tiø^eb o Highness. -Ub diarrhoea, 
-neje vt double-stitch, -flaø, -ffoger punch; fe 
S)0tflag. -fitit punching-machine. 

Xitrra c durra, Guinea com. Sorghum. 

^it'r|tonort major key. -trcflftttg m. chord. 

!Dttd: (ebe i ®ul og ~ lead a life of riot, of 
revelry. 

Sh8: txete ~ meb en say thou and thee to 
one, thou one, be on terms of intimacy with 
one. -brober intimate friend (with whom one 

is ^%vin- 

Sttfd^ e -et douche. 

*S«fe vi doze. 

^ttfl'ti n, pi a el. -et, dozen. -arbe|bc trum- 
pery, -niø adv by the dozen. 

^«fr -e tuft, (til 6tab9) tassel, -et a tufted, 
tasseled. 



Sit'Øtamnetat fe ^ulbtobet. 

S«ff|e, -teøne vi drizzle, -reg« drizzle, minl- 
ingraln. 

*^uft : itte en . not a particle. 

Sttf^r fe 2)ouceut. 

^ttte, b«tte vt (flge bu tii) thou; - en noget paa 
father something on one, saddle one with, hi 
c thouing. 

^nHm'bilter pi duum'viri. -ra't n -tt duum'- 
vlrate. 

Sitbie «X^ vi pitch; (ffttte, ftambe i 6øen) send; 
— vt drive, push; . on, fe «nbutie. -«iwg c 
pitching. 

•2)ttbf n, fe ^Ibb^ott. 

Sba(c c lethargy, torpor; (unatutlig, magnettfC 
el. beSI.) trance; ligge i . (ogfaa fig) lie dormant, 
(om ®bt) be torpid, faJbe i - become torpid, 
-bttr mandrake, -brit soporific, -tigneiibc a 
lethargic, -lib dormant life, -tib season of 
torpor, -tilflaiib torpid el. dormant state. 

^tiaff a dull, indolent, supine. -|eb o dull- 
ness, indolence, supinoness. 

Sbdl e fe Dbftl. 

^bttle vi tarry, linger; fig . oeb dwell (up)on. 
-II tarrying etc. -f-r o loiterer, lingerer. 

2)biel, Sbttig c ^ mop. 

^b«tg n buckram. 

^bttrg o -e dwarf, -agtig a dwarfish, -«titi* 
Upt bush-buck, Cephak^ut. -iirt dwarf-birch, 
Bøtuta nana, -battue French bean, PkoMolm» 
compretttw. Sbttrgentaal «dwarf-talk», echo. 
SbønrgeborfØt dwarfish growth. Sb«rg|f«R 
merlin, Faloo ce$al<m. -flagetiitttØ pipistreL 
VetpeHilio pipiatrellw. -gaaØ white-fronted 
goose, Anter emthropu». -glente harpy, OinmM 
cerugino9U9. -gre« stunted branch. -qe|re crab 
-eater, Ardea minuta. -Iibieiie aard-wolf, Pto- 
tele9 (Lalandii). -|^ne bantam, ^bdtvgill'be o 
-et female dwarf. Sbdrrg|toiit nassa. Jtmwiptt 
(^ane) game bantam, -tnibe water-bear, tardi- 
grade, -mifbeldwarf-auince, MetpiUu cotmeatter. 
-ntttØ little mouse, Mui minutu$. -ttCttobll æso- 
theles. -balme dwarf Can-palm. Chamogrop§ W 
tnili: -bopeg^e love-bird, Pnttaeula. -^IcHte 
dwarf plant, -rble little stint, Trintm mimda, 
-filfeatib little grebe, Podicept minor. -fHttelfe 
dwarfish figure, -tente lesser tern, 'tt^ipt) 
field-duck, Oti« tetrax. -tr« dwarf-tree. -«gCe 
fe @)>utbe<. -bagtel hemipode. 

^b fig vr be quiet, restrain one's self. 

^^a'^ifl a : . Xalfbfiem binary arithmetic 

^^% a deep, (mefl fia) profound; biioe -ece 
deepen; en . ^emmelig^eb a profound secret; . 
SaoSb^b deep e(. profound silence; . @øtm deep 
el. fast sleep: . 6otg extreme grief, (bbte) d. 
mourning; > tfotagt profound, sovereign, supreme, 
contempt; . (Kenbig^b extreme misery; et -t 
Slanbebtag a long.drawn breath; et -t Out a low 
el. profound bow; et -t @ut a deep sigh. 9b^ 
n deep, depth; -et the deep; bibl C 9Hgbom9 
^ O the depth of the riches, -blaa a deep-blue. 

^b^be c -t depth; profundity; ^aoets . the 
depth of the sea. -forbolbene «L the soundings. 
-Inrbe curve of soundings. -lobfe^bblob. -nuitl, 
-maater sliding square, -baab, -bab fe Sbboab. 

^tfitt vt deepen; chase, emboss, •^•mmer 
chasing-hammer. 

Sb^d c dowel(-pin), treenail. 

^b'blfab deep dish, -goaenbe a (om 9løbbet) 
striking deep; i, deep-drawing, deep. -g<te«be 
n ^ draught, -lammer chasing-hammer. -|eb 
c -et, fe Dbbbe. -(«lt«r deep culture. -It|let a 
«I^ deep e(. heavily loaded. 

^ti%U vt dowel. 

SDb'b|*Iiiie night-line. -lob n ^ deep-sea lead. 
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deep, -ni«! c deepening; chasing, embossing. 
-rMfft a saddle-backed, -rabbet a deep-rooted. 
^%m9a$m hook and line for deep-sea fishing. 
S^ftlfembe a, fe f)bbt*. -finb fe finbiø^eb. -Utfbig 
a profound. «fUi'Mglifb e depth of understanding. 
909Iob ?e i)D6Iob. ^^bdbob fe 3)t)atKib. 

1t^ht adv deeply, deep; . inb i €toben ftir into 
the wood; etibet mRer for . the ship bears; fig 
ban IHfter itfe . he is no coi^urer. he will never 
Kt the Thames on fire; fuTfe .. heave a deep 
sigh; f«Ie ~ feel keenly; bøie fig . bend low; 
fljile . i enS Vgtdfe sink low in one's esteem. 
•fMcn^e, -(«Het fe 2)bb-. -tigøeiibe a (^ine) deep 
•set, deeply recessed. •fee«bc a penetrating. 
•IHftenbc fe 2)t)b'. -ftrgenbe a deeply afflicted. 
-t««nibc a deep-sounding, -toiileitbc a profound, 
meditative, contemplative. Sl|'b|baab, -bab 
deep-sea fishing-net. 

^iptlpawbdlbot deep-water dock, -fiflrr deep 
•se« fishing vessel, -^ablt deep-water harbour. 
-løbniKger deep-sea soundings. 'U%, -tenbc 
deep-water channel. -tetiMøiiieter submarine 
th. -«nbetf^QClfCY deep-sea explorations el. re- 
searches. 

^^% e -ft virtue; -en virtue; bet er jufl -en berbeb 
that is just the beauty of it. Sl|befiilb, Sl|big 
a virtuous. Siybiglcb c virtuousness. — Sto'b0|* 
left, -«Kttfler pattern el. paragon of virtue. 
-))Y«bif «It moralizer. -^rttbitCH moralizing ser- 
mon, 'ptamit prize for virtue. 

Djffef e dufnsl. duffle. 

•t-^MI^ ^ sprinkle, bedew. 

^^onq' e dugong, Indian walrus, Halioore 

%^%^% a clever, able, capable, efficient; (on* 
fefig) goodlv; . i aRatetnatif clever at mathema- 
tics; en . ftone a notable woman; en . portion 
a goodly portion; ban fll . fdant he got a sound 
drubbing; torn « 6uRer i S9nbbingen put plenty 
of sugar in the pudding; adv very, remarkably; 
sufficiently; • fioc el. flærf bouncing, strapping; 
ban bleo . boab he got a complete soaking. 
•f^ve vt render capable (til ofj. -I^eb o fitness, 
aptness, ability, efficiency, capacity, •^ebøattefl 
certificate of competency. 

XifVjtmh e sea-duck, «(e fe %nftc vi k t, 

%^ttet pi, fe ^bRetter. 

^Ipffrt o -e diver; (gruøO diver, bibl cormorant. 
'tppnat diving apparatus, -bragt diving dress 
(0. fL}. •ebbettob water spider, Argyrxmeta 
aqttatica. -i' n diving, •nøttc diving-bell of». 

^^ftetitt pi brads, sprigs. 

^I^tiiagel e nail-driver. 

^tnittg e diving. -^ fe XtiTltX'. 

^Ic e -c dowel-pin, treenail. 

*Sl|Kc fe 3)tae. 

^9ii<nt|if' dynam'ics. -ife^feft gross eflfect. 
•it' c dyn'amite. -itotteittat dynamite outrage. 
>it»cmb dynamiter, dynamitard. -ome'ter n 
dynamom'eter. 

^iinaflii' ft -et dy'nasty. -'iff a dynastic. 

$^b n mire, mud. -agtig^ -et a miry, muddy. 
-M mud-bath, -ttttling sea-gudgeon, Perioph- 
tkalmu9. (-^«0 t). -b9t, -)M( slough. -ftilbl»abbe 
mud-turtle, -fmerlisg mud- fish, Cobitujotnlis. 
-utt mudwort, Limotelfa. -bitltaii mud volcano. 

^nc e -I (Sanb*) dune, -me pi (i ben brit. 
tonal) the Downs. 

S^me c -t feather-bed, down-bed, eiderdown, 
duvet; fomme fra -n i ^Imen foil out of the 
frying-pan into the fire, -fttlb stuffing for a 
feather-bed. -b<at case of a feather-bed; (Xøjet) 
bed -tick, bed-sacking. 

tim%t c -r heap, mass, pile. Sbnge vt op 
heap, amass, accumulate; . $enge fommen hoard 
up money; . fig op accumulate, -baiittere archce 



mound-builders, -tal: i -, -»iS adv in heaps. 

2)bna><ab a wringing wet, drenched. 

Sbtitiig fe 2)ønntng. 

XtinU prov & • fe »bgge. 

t^btttiite vf plaster, stucco, -bonrf stucco work. 

^bt'l)'' ^^ ^P: pltmge, immerse, -nittg, -^clfe 
c dipping etc.; (til 6tege) sauce for roast. 

Xbv a dear, expensive, high-priced; en * Sb 
a solemn oath; pan ec « he is dear; gøre -ere 
raise the price of; ^ er -t it is dear living here; 
bet et -e Xibet bi leort i it is dear living now-a 
-days; ^eften foflebe 100 $unb, og bet bot ilfe -t 
and was not dear at the price; fe fRaab, Som; 

— bbtt adv: bet lom ^m . at flaa it cost him 
dear, he had to pay dear for it; fbætge ^øit og 
. take a solemn oath; fe ^otfilre. 

Sl|t n pi —, animal; (ntefl out fløtte ^attebbt) 
heast; (af ^jottejlttgten)deer; (fitføbbet) quadruped; 
(meget liOe) animalcule; oont brute, beast; bibl 
i)bTetS Xal the number of the beast. — Sbvejart 
species of animals, -tab animal bath. 

^\iVthw a (t foflbat) costly, sumptuous, ex- 
pensive; fig dear, dearest. 

^bi^cji^l^lttelfeøforettiiia Society for preven- 
tion of cruelty to animals. -epoØ beast epic. 
-f<Kgtitiiig baiting of wild beasts, -gam net to 
catch deer with, -gtiab gnawing of animals, 
-gtob pitftOl (for catching wild beasts). -6ag( 
buck-shot, -lobe zoological garden; (^nbeiuire 
til eilbt) park, -^abdmott^re sham-fight, -bi* 
Horie fe -late, -^obeber animals' heads, -bnb 
fe -fFinb. -liiite den of a wild beast, -find pen. 
•fanM» fe -foratning. -tcmi animal chemistry, 
zoochemv. -urt a fond of animals. 

Sbte|f laøf c class of animals. -frebØ att zodiac. 
•tampn beast fighter. -Uht a dearly bought 
el. purchased; bibl 3 ete -e ye are bought with 
a price, -tob venison. -t^De haunch of venison. 
-(eje lair. -lig«eiibe a brute-Uke, animal-like. 
-libct animal life, -natur animality, animal 
nature, -nabii animal-name. 

^brrak^tl c -et joc trusty sword, parap. 

SbvcloHe animal oil. -rige animal kingdom. 
-mg saddle of venison, -flar« »p fumets. -fTif> 
feife form el. shape of an animal, -ftittb deer 
skin, -ffirgt genus of animals, -fieg roast veni- 
son, -fienimc voice of animals, -be» friend of 
animals, -berbe» fituna; -en the animal world 
el. creation, -bogter game-keeper. 

Sb''l5^ <^ deamess, expensiveness. 

^briff a animal; brutish, bestial. -|eb o 
brutisbness. 

*X\i'vlalt» reindeer calf. 

Sbttjbat a arable. Sbrt|e vt (forben) cultiv- 
ate, till; (Potn ofo.) grow; (ftunpet of») study, 
cultivate; (Q^ub) worship. Sbi^teltg a fe I^btfbat. 
^tftUiit c cultivation, culture. Ullage; study, 
pursuit; worship. 3>bn|e9 o -e cultivator; tiller; 
votary; worshipper, devotee, -«ing c cultivation. 
-ningømaabe mode of cultivation . -ningøtilflanb 
state of cultivation. 

SbrrtoOe hind. -Ugnmbe fe fJbte». -libet 
animal life, -tirge veterinary surgeon, fiairier. 
-I«ge(ttnfl veterinary art. -IsgefTøIe veterinary 
school, -(onre zoology, -ntalet animal-painter. 
-btaget tormentor of animals, -blageri' cruelty 
to animals, -(e)blante zoophyte, -fine cattle 
-show, -fiblte painting representing animals. 

^b'vtib dearth, scarcity, high prices; ber et 

- paa 9Sg eggs are scarce. — ^bftibØlbtifer 
fiimine prices. -tiOtfg increase of salary (in 
consideration of high prices). 

^b'tltdtmnter tamer of wild beasts, -bogtet 
fe SJbte«. •nbfkopptt taxidermist. 
tSb'tbierbig a precious. 
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XMtp\^' e dyspep'sy. -'Hier c -e dyspep'Uc. 

3)l|ffe c -r barrow, caim, (feltif!; dolmen, 
cromlech. 

Sl|Øfe t( lull, hush; . i €øtin hush el. lull 
asleep; fig send to sleep; . et ffttiqtt neb hush 
up a report, -n o lulling, etc. 

Sl|ft c (Slamp) combat, fight, tilt. Joust; brush, 
bout; (Sammenfiiøb) set-to, shock, brunt; fig 
battle; oooe en . meb en venture a bout, run a 
tilt, try a fkll, with one. 

•i-Stffi c (fint ^tl) fine flower el. meal; en . 
Slegn a shower. ^l|ftc vt sprinkle. 

-t-^tofie vi, fe 3)9ftrenbe. 

^lifter a sombre, gloomy. 

^ilftjUl, -renbeii, -tibt tournament, tilting. 
Jousting, -teitbe vi tilt. 

*Stftte vt stop up, stuff. 

2l|be(d|br«( e asa foetida, stinking assa. -tUr 
^ Se Di<B»eI8'. 

Sttfløf vt (opfoftte beb fientmeb SRalf) cade; fig 
. for coddle, -(am foster-child, •^om sucking 
-bottle, -lam pet lamb; fig darling, pet. -i-ttaliit 
pet name. 

^at n, pi as, deck; forfbnet meb . decked; 
uben . undecked. 

Sttf |i(|bf eresist. -ilab J/ bract; (Støar) wrapper, 
•farbe body-colour, -fjeber covert, pi tectrices. 
-fr^fbe pi » anglosperms. -grnnb ground. 
•^aor dog-hair, overbair. 

^«fle vt cover, fUbgifter) meet, cover, (6fa!) 
protect, (en ftant) overlap, (om (SeosT) fe @amle; 
• Oorbet lay the table; . S0libbaa9', ^rofoflbocbet 
lay the dinner, the breakfast; bet er bæffet fot 
20 $rrfonet the table is laid for 20; -t af under 
cover of, -t i Slt^ggen af backed against; . fig 
reimburse one's self; - fig fot tob secure one's 
self against loss; bet bil nappe . fig it will hardly 
cover the expenses; — vi: - o f take away; - 
op fot en treat, regale one; - til, o ber veil. 
Sølte n -r cover, covering; (Bag) layer, coat; 
t, fe Xæppr; fptlle unbet . collude; @piQen uubet 
~ collusion; fptlle uubet ~ meb ^inanben play into 
each other's hands. -f«b dish-cover, -gam bird 
net. -furl» table basket. -I o fe Stubel. -Ife c 
covering, reimbursement, -n n -er horsecloth. 
Sftttengiorb o girth. 3>ttfteitt^ n (horse-)rug. 
S«tfet«T table linen. Xatttajt (aRol.) covering 
power. 

SttfUd a without a deck. 

Stttlnitig c covering, (SuW.) claying; føge -. 
mil seek cover, mere reimburse one's self, -piabe 
cover-plate; (p. ^obQ break-iron. -* fe -blab. 

S<efd|iaab decked boat. -iaa«b deck-hook. 
-b|<eltf deck-beam, -irebbe breadth of beam. 

Stftfel n cover; (ooet ^æna^ul) apron. 

^at^lfavUl decked vessel, -fifrp/ partners. 
*1labf area of deck. -g(aØ deck light. -I|tt0 
deck-house, round-house, «f^be freeboard. 

^«(firttp treacle. 

StttØ I labilt poop, -(titt deck-knee, -frabel 
carllng. -lafl deckload, deck-cargo, -naab, -nob 
deck-seam, -poøfaaer deck passenger. -pUttfe 
deck-plank. -p«rt side-port, (i ©oben) bow-port. 
-|p«9 wash-deck bucket, -ribbe ledge, -rttf 
round house, -fpr^te wash-deck pump. -fUtte 
stanchion. 

Stftlften cover. -fUttiiig covered position. 

S«tå ! b oterborb waterways, -bttgev deck clamp. 

^«tlbaaben weapon of defence. -bi«ge wing 
-sheath, elytrum. -bærl covering. 

Sftmltne vt dam. -nlng c -et (6anbt.) dam- 
ming; cone dam, embankment; fig fætte en « fot 
put a stop to. 

S«mon c -et demon. %æmo'nifl demo'niac, 
demoni 'acal. 

Sftmple vt quench, suffocate, smother, (Vatet, 



Xtomme) muffle, (en £Qb) deaden, (et ^v^x.) 
mute, (@e|I) spill; . ^Iben subdue the fire; . et 
Optøt quell an insurrection, suppress a riot; . 
fine fiibenfCabet subdue one's passions; . enå ^oo* 
mob humble one's pride; .. ^eben moderate, 
temper the heat; meb -t SZøfl in a subdued el. 
muffled tone, in an undertone, -er e -e «m« 
sordet, sordine, mute, fogf. Spjælb og^) damper, 
-aaatbing e -et ^ spilling line, -niitg c quen- 
ching etc., suppression. 

3>ieiittRerff<rv n poet fiednt glimmering. — 
2<nn|re vi grow dark, darken; dawn; — vt, 
poet dim. -rcttbe a dim. -mg c twilight; 
(9Rotgen') dawn. -tlng0(l|0 faint light. 

Sontge vt heap, pile; . en til^ . poa cn^ .en 
thrash one. 

S« vi -be, -et, part -b die; .- af , ^en (om IBinb) 
die away; . af ftoleta die of cholera; . af Sottet 
die with laughter; . bott die eL drop ofif; . 
fot 5ti^eben(8 Sag) die In the cause of liberty; 
. ^en, ub, fe ^enb«, Ubbo; ^an flat iffe > i 6i)nben 
he will catch it; jeg oil . paa at bet et fanbt let 
me die, if it be not true; en -en be a dying man 
(woman). 

Stfle, -te, -t vt baptize, christen; ^ (Sfib) 
name, Christ n, (beb 2inien) duck; Joe (gioe pgr* 
nabn) dub. -atteft certificate of Imptism, bcq>- 
tismal certificate, -log fe IHtlebog. -bragt 
christening-gown, -fab baptismal basin. -fø»t 
(baptismal) font, -liatiblitig christening, baptiz- 
ing, -litte fe DaabS«. -tapel baptistery. -Qsle 
fe -bragt. 

^ic( c dobule, Leudtcut dobula. 

Stfbe|tiabii christian name, baptismal name, 
•r e -e baptizer, baptist; ^oiannc^ ben . John 
the Baptist, -febbel fe -attefl. -ftni fe -font, 
-banb water for baptizing. 

Xel death, decease, demise, end; ben ebige 
~ perdition; ben fotte - the black-death, the 
plague; ban fit en let ~ he died an easy death; 
ban tog fin . betooet it was the death of him; 
finbe fm - meet one's d., perish; ben bl«fe - cer- 
tain death; bi et fSot^ette en . fitbCbige we all 
owe Heaven a death; . oa $Iage! zounds I the 
deuce I by Jove! S)u et -fen9 you are a dead 
man; -fen« Sugt bibl the savour of death; Itgoe 
fot -en be on the point of death, at deau% 
door; ieg tan fot min . itte ubftaa ^m I can't 
abide him for the life of me; gaa i -en meet 
death; tto tnbtil -en (6t60 faithful unto death; 
mob -en grot ingen Utt there is no medioine 
against death; græmme fig tit -e grieve one's 
self to death, die of a broken heart; tebe en til 
-e bore one to extinction (death); afgaa oeb -en 
depart this life. 2)#b a dead, inanimate; en . 
a dead body, a corpse; be -e pi the dead; ben 
-e the dead man, the deceased; ligge fom ~ lie 
as one dead, lie as if dead; be -rS Kige Hades; 
~ ^roe dull colour; . ®ang mee end-play; . 
UMnfel unflanked angle; -t @tib abandoned vessel; 
-t StBh, $untt fe Døbløb, -puntt; -t Søb dead heat; 
obetbtage tit ben -e fiaanb transfer in mortmain; 
bet -e ^ab the Dead Sea. -bagt a dough-baked, 
slack-baked, -biber drone, snail, fogie; ^l, slow 
sailer, -blaa a livid, -bleg a deadly pale, with 
blanched cheeks, -blttiib sleep of death, -brf«' 
genbe a fatal, lethal, -brøttbt a overbumt. 
-brntten a dead drunk, blind-drunk. 

Stfbe vt put to death, kill; fig mortify; (Kub • 
mig I upon my wordl 

Stfbelbag day of death, -baitfe« the Danoe 
of Death, the Dance Macaber. the Dutch series. 
Stfbelig a deadly, mortal; (bøbbtin^enbe) ftital; 
-t Saat mortal et. lethal wound; . f^enbe deadly 
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in lore, (i) dying for. fMht\l\§hn c (Slottalitet) 
(»te of) mortality, death-rate(8); (at taxt brsbenbe) 
deadUneas. -ligtebftforliollenc the death rate. 
-liglcMtaiel bill of mortality. -lifle list of the 
dead, death-roll, obituary; (obrt i)«be i en bif 
%ih) bill of mortality. -Ife o mortification. 
•f«mø death-song. 

S^'klfome Uvidness. -fovtiet a livid, cadaver- 
otia. -frøøfm a frozen to death. -f«bfef still 
birth, -ftbt a still-bom, dead-bom. -l|eb c 
deadness, heaviness. -Aøneb (Støb.) runner, 
féediDg-head; chem fe Sobenlop. -^oticbct a dull. 
'Uth a deadly cold. •tHDer, -(itlvet fe ShiQec, -ft. 
-fø^ proud flesh; ^'Jig tyitt . i fig be of a sluggish 
disposition. -nøtteitbe(-t-(ig) a death-like. -Hmaitb 
fe løbning, -nt^rte darkness of death, -nielbe 
fe ^0ih. 

Søkning o -er (Sig) corpse, dead body; (®en* 
flonoer) ghost, spectre. -(Cjagtig a cadaverous. 
-«iillgt cadaverous (kce. -t-laare bier, -ie« 
bones of a skeleton, dead men's bones; (lord« 
loøte) cross-bones, •(lie church-yard beetle, 
JBUapø mortitapa. -Ilcg fe 2)øb-. -bait? fe ^øbe«. 
-fame cadaverous hue. -Ipaoitb ($h>xai) dead 
man*s toe, Aleyonium digitatun. -liMc cemetery. 
•ftønek death's head, scull; so death's head moth, 
JSiAimx *ttropo9. -i|liib a white as a corpse. 
•Rte. -nøffe, -ffttber fc 8lg«. -fnoflet fe -ben. 
•lugt cadaverous smell, -rob skeleton, -ret: 
^(be . Bit in iudgment on the dead, -ffil fe 
^«bifeiler. -ffrtn poet coffin, -fffltr cadaverous 
Ught. -flag dead-stroke, -t-ftt^ shroud, -nr 
death-watch, Anobium. 

^-bllilabe (S)m9.) dead-plate, -^itiiift dead 
-point, centre. 

^bålHtun n year of death. 

^'kfaoret a mortally wounded. 

S#Miaarfag cause of death, -angft (Vngfl for 
Søbcn) horror el. dread of death; (bøbeltg V.) 
mortal dread el. fear, -onmelbelfe obituary 
notice, -ottefl certificate of death, -oetragtititig 
meditation on death, -lo estate of a person 
deceased, -iøgen the Book of the Dead, -bnb 
(Bsbflab) tidings of death; (btMb ber bebubec ^.) 
forerunner of death, -bag day of death, dying 
day. -00» sentence of death, death-warrant. 
•%lMfe death-like sleep e(. lethargy, -bømt a 
sentenced to death, jia doomed, -efterretnitig 
news of the death. 

^'^ifeJCet c ^ fe bibet. 

9«Mje«geI angel of death, -fafbfe^øb. -fate 
danger of death, mortal peril, -fietibe, -fjenbe 
mortal enemy, -forogt contempt for death. 
^fn^t fear of death. -f-f«nrb fktal errand, -gone 
donation mortis causa, -f ««t|i (6ttib meb Søben) 
agonies (of d.); (ftamø for Sioet) mortal strife, 
deadly struggle. -trtnMie convulsions of death. 

4^'ølffMb filtal shot. -Hffttbt a shot dead. 

fbø^lfntU chill of death, -flial pangs of death. 

Srølffiylb capital crime. -fTlplbig a guilty of 
a capital crime. 

Sm(le|e death-bed. -waabe manner of death. 
-«ib^l means of death, -»nlm poet, fe 2)øb* 
nørle. -«at night of death, -itøb fe fate, -^a« 
^irmg the Book of the Dead, -øtocest death 
-rate. -eoQen death-rattle, -ret fe Søbntnø*. 
^nme obituary, -faar mortal wound, -fag 
mortal ofTence. -folme fe fiifl«. -fang death 
-song -fejler phantom ship, -feng bed of death, 
deathbed, -fmg death-shriek, -ffrttf fe -onafl. 
•ft^gge shadow of death, -fmerte fe -tDal. -føtre 
death-germ, -ftitlfeb dead silence. -ftiOe a silent 
as the grave, -fnø^eb cadaveric rigidity, -ftraf 
capital punishment; unber . on pain of death. 
-Imb fe -fttmp. -ftaMb hour of death, -ftøb death 
-blow, -stroke. -f«f dying groan, -føanger a 



deleterious, lethal, -føeb sweat of death, death 
damp. -fl|g a mortally ill. -fttgbo» mortal 
illness, -fiytib mortal sin, deadly sin. -føø« 
sleep of death, -taitfer thoughts of d. -teg« 
si^ of d. -tib fe -fiunb. -tibe«be fe -eftervetni^. 

^ø'blftiHe a silent as death; — it ^ dead 
calm. 

Søbfltime fe -ftunb. -trøft consolation in death. 

^0'bflig a fe !i)0bS<. 

3)øbd|øarfet forerunner of death, -ejeblif 
moment of death 

^ø'b|taøØ a silent as the grave, -trttt a dog 
-tired, -nib wool of diseased animals, -øonb, 
-øanbe dead-water; fig lioae i -et hang fire, -øeir 
^ calms, -øinb ^ : faa nne Sejl i -en of et Snb 
be becalmed by a ship, -øøgt dead weight, 
-øjet a duU-eyed. 

^genigt c -et good for nothing (fellowV 

^0'gliag -et beaked whale, Uvperoodon to- 
etratu». 

Søgn a. p/ "^ day and night, 24 hours; fire 
%\mn i -et four hours in the twenty tour; -et« 
Smag the £eishion of the moment, of the day. 
-ilob ephemeral print, (-nblir), -fine ephemera, 
-fliløtiø a ephemeral, -ganmet a a day old. 
-lang u of twenty-four hours, ephemeral, -lite» 
ratnren current literature, -liø ephemeral life. 
-orb ephemeral word, -øreøfen fe ^ba^h. -ffrift 
paltry pamphlet, -ffriøent -ffriiler, -ffriøer 
paltry pamphleteer, -flabber gossip el. rumours 
of the day. -øarig a ephemeral. ^-øUb a uncer- 
tain whether it is night or day el. what day of 
the week it is. -borrb ephemeral worth, -øiéfeii 
e. being. 

^e vt (flnbe fig i) brook, put up with; (libe) 
endure. 

^t doit, fiirthing. 

*^0'l -et dalesman, daleman. 

^0l' fe S)øae. 

^ølg n fe Sølgftmaal. 

Sølge, bulgte, bulgt vt conceal; Slotb fan ej -d 
murder will out. — 2ølg9|ntaa(n concealment; 
laegge . paa make a secret of, conceal; føbe i . 
be delivered under concealment of pregnancy; 
^øbfel i . concealment of birth, concealing birth. 
•manb concealer; (^celet) receiver (of stolen 
goods). 

Sølle -t socket. 

^0»»e, bømte, bømt vt Sc i (bebømme) Judge, 
form a Judgment of; (om IDom^l) vt pronounce 
Judgment, pass sentence, vt sentence, Judge; 
(fftlbe) condemn; bøm felb Judge for yourself; 
faauibt man fan bømme af el. eft et bet UbDotteS 
to Judge from appearances; . en f ta Sibet pass 
sentence of death on one; . i Oøbet fine; . en 
i en ®øbe af femti $unb fine one fifty pounds; . 
om Judge of. -traft e Judgment. -fl|g a cen- 
sorious. 

Søtt' n rumbling, booming. Søne vi rumble, 
boom. 

Sønittg, Søttning e -et swell. 

Sør' adv ^ : ^le ~ haul in the slack, haul 
handtight, (Xalje) round up, round in. 

Sør' e -e door; ^ (ftanontiott) port-lid; bet et 
-en you know where the door lies; btfe en -en 
show one (to) the door, man fan ^oetfen fe - eEet 
Sag it is dark as a pit; fig floa for -en be at 
hand; luffe -en fot 9tofen af en shut the door 
upon one ; feje fot fin egen • sweep before one's 
own door; fot luffebe -e with closed doors, pri- 
vatelv; fot aabne -e with op«i doors; gaa en« « 
fotbi .^ give one the go-by; man fon tenbe -e 
inb (el. op) meb ^am he is a dunder-pate, a 
beetle-head; inb en -e within doors; fibbe umt 
inben -e be in easy circumstances; foette fin 9oi> 
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•en inb i ^ufet drop in upon one like a bolt, in 
an abrupt, unceremonious manner; 60 . om . 
mfb en live next door to one, be one's next 
door neighbour; loge paa -en turn one out of 
doors; battle paa -eit knock at the door; renbe en 
paa -tnit) pester, bore one with visits; følge en 
ti( -en see one out. -aobnittø door- way. «atftel 
fe {label, -attffaø door-folding, -ieflag mounting 
of a door, -brinet door-securer, door-weight, 
-falb, -fang Jambs of a d. -fUj leaf of a folding 
d. -fiylbing panel of a d. 

*1bet%t fe torøe. 

^øtanh n door-handle. 

tst^alt J/ fe Sør adv. 

^#r] gommer knocker, rapper. -Ijaitf door 
-handle, 't^aipt door-hinge, -lyitl fe -aabning. 
-^ttitgfcl d.hlnge. -Utbfaming door-case. 

Itm c the gunner's store-room. 

^«vlfamt door-case, frame of a door, -ninfc 
latch of a d. -tloffe door bell, -nttbiiiitg fe 
-fijibing. -lob d.-weight. -mootte, '-matte door 
-mat. -iPlabe door-plate. -))Oft fe -\totpt. 

Xntt fe I^orge. 

^rlffraber scraper, -^um bolt. 

^#r|tlag n, pi =, sieve, colander, -flag, -flagev 
fe Sut:!', -flagbaniter flattener. 

%et\\ptii fe -f^lbinø. -f^fttttfe ohink (of the 



door). -Hale! pivot of a d. *-flol fe -tcccfW. 
'fiolpt door-post, -ftlitfe painting over a door, 
t-fbettb fe -tjogter. -tribfc pulley for a d. -tri« 
fe -tærfTel. *-trl>ffet fe -greb. -tr« Ifaitel. ^imppt 
door-curtain. -t«rffel threshold, -ninbiic window 
in a door, -bogter door-keeper, porter, janitor, 
•nogterfle portress, Janitress. -uriber fe -||te6. 
-biegt fe -lob. 

Stfd c (state of) drowsiness. Stf|e 9* A i 
doze, mope; . bott, ^en dose away, -e» e dozing, 
-ig a drowsy; ~ 3lb smouldering flre. -iglc^ e 
drowsiness. 

Stftre pi af Matter. -ffoU ladies' school. 

^H a deaf; . 9løfl, ftloKe dtill-toned voice» 
bell; - tQa dull edge; L for deaf to; twcte - f©t 
nt, »enbe Bet -e JZJre til, twere ^ paa het pre turn 
a deaf ear to st; ~ paa bet ene $Sre deaf of an 
ear, deaf in one ear. Smc or deafen, (bcenqie, 
linbte) deaden, (flooe) blunt, (SeiO spill, smother; 
(3lb) spill, smother, ^«bebrtt anodyne draught. 
^#b|r(fe c deafening etc., apathy, torpor, -^t 
a bom deaf, -g^c vt deafen, deaden, dull, 
•beb c deafness, surdity. -HttUe dead netUe; 
Lamium album. -fhtiR a deaf and dumb, deaf 
-mute, -fhtmmeaitfialt deaf and dumb institu- 
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9, t n (16oafi. & mu$) E, e [ee]; abbr: e. <« 
ftet after, et is; (tft. = (»ftermtV 
p. m.; el. ■■ eHec or. 



efter after, er is; d^. — (Sftermtbbag afternoon, 



dbbe c ebb, ebb-tide, low water; - og glob 
flux and reflux (of the tide), tide; bet er . the 
tide goes out; ber er . i ftaftfen I am low in 
Ainds. dbbc vi & imper» ebb. -^ort tail-gate. 
•fhrem ebbing stream, -tib ebb-tide; bet er ~ 
the tide is ebbing. 

dbiiiiit'et pi E'bionites. 

dbottit' c indtirated India rubber. 

dbrtt'er c -t He'brew. 

atlluppu'U -r slip. 

^ttpptmtnV n esca'pement Hdittpptrntuii» 
M«( scape-wheel. 

Mo If CRo. 

d4a«ffe'ret a hot. 

dcla't c noise, show, flourish, edat. "ttni' a 
striking, startling, conspicuous; leb et . 9lebertag 
was signally defeated. 

db -er oath; falfl . peijury; afleegge . take 
one's oath, swear, be sworn; afloegge ~ paa (til) 
ftonflitutionen take the oath to the constitution; 
gøre fin . paa at swear that; ieg oil gore min . 
wtpaa I'll take my oath of that, I'll be sworn 
to that; gore falft - perjure one's self; betræfte 
meb « afnrm by oath; tage en i . take one's 
oath, put one to his oath, swear one in; unber 
-4 Xilbub upon oath. -Inibev violator of oaths. 
-ittnben a bound by oath. 

dbba the Edda. dbba* Eddio. 

dbber e ((Bift) venom; (Waterie) matter, pus; 
ffttte . matter, fester, suppurate; ^ fpi) . og 
^oraift vent one's venom, -agtig a purulent, 
-blilb boil, -bamielfe formation of pus. 

dbberfttgl fe Cber'. 

<ibber|fl|lbt a venomous, -hiof quittor-bone. 
•toll spider, -fo^iitrt spider-wort, Anthericum 
ramontm. -ttU^ red ant, Formica rubra, -flange. 



-fitog venomous serpent. -ft»<nibt a venomous, 
-fietititig festering, supptiration. 

dbbite, *ogfaa dbbif, vinegar, -aal micro- 
scopic eel in vinegar, -aattrt gherkin, -feofe 
acidiflable base, -briigger vinegar manufacturer; 
surly fellqw. -brtigoeraitflgt surly countenance. 
-brDggeti v. manufactory, -banticlfe acetifica- 
tion. -banner acetifier. -fabritation fe -bryggeri, 
-ffaflc V. bottle, (liben) v. cruet, -gotrtng acetous 
fermentation, -bonning oxymeL -Hrfebotr cher- 
ries preserved in vinegar, -trnffe vinegar jar. 
-ntaatet acetimeter. -nafta fe -æter. -tof e French 
rose. Bota gallioa. -f alntiat acetate of ammonia, 
-fait acetate. -finMi oxysaccharum. -f^irit ace- 
tone, -fnr a sotir as vinegar, acetous; okem 
acetic; m vinegary; -t €alt acetate: -t Oil) ace- 
tate of lead, etc. -fbobtfiite sulphacetic acid, 
-ftfte acetic acid, -tønbe vinegar barreL -leter 
acetic ether. 

dbbre fig, dbbteg vd fester, suppurate. 

dbelig a on oath; « gornoring deposition, 
(ubenfoi fRetten) affidavit; ~ adv. . beft«ftet of 
verified upon the oath of. 

dben n Eden. 

dber pron you. -# adj your; a^ yours. 

dbet|bnn eider down, -fngt eider duck, amr 
St. Cuthbert's duck, Somateria moUitnma, -tonge 
king eider, S. tpectabilis. 

d'blfæfle vt swear, swear in; oone -t be upon 
one's oath, -fttflelfc c swearing-in. 

dbllt' n -er e'dict. 

d'binborg n Edinburgh. 

dbomit'ev c -e Ed'omite. 

dbred vd fe Sbbre«. 

d'bd|a1l(rgoeIfe taking one's oath, -ivnb viola- 
tion of an oath, -forbnnb (Helvetic) confederacy, 
confederation. -fomiHlat formulary of an oath, 
oath-formula, -^agt contract, sealed by a solemn 
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(i'kflPOtlai a sworn; c Juror, Jurynutii; -meS 
toibclfe verdict, -»etet o jury. 

d'b^lPflctriiig e refusal to take the oath. 

9'Ua§\€l\€ administering of an oath, -en 
a sworn. 

Htm, nt, 00 6inf. fe (En. 

fi^mt't a \t -ift. -t'bev pi, att & lit ephemer'- 
idee. -iff a ephem'eral. 

(if elflii n I^hesus. -'fct c t, -'flff a Epheslan. 

9fcw c ivy. 

Melt' effect; for -end Sf^Ib for effect; jage 
(ftei . strain after effect. -€r p/ effects, chattels; 
(C61<9.) stocks, -fitib a ftiU of effect, impressive, 
telling, -fu a efl^c'tiye, efficient. -ttiUe't e 
efltectlT'lty, efficiency, «iagcvl straining after 
effect, sensationalism, claptrap, -tonto stock 
•account, -nttøev o -t performer. >fteb telling 
passage, -ne're vt effect, mere execute, -tte'rivg 
execution. 

(MPeii a even; - efler u« odd or even. 

Sill 'gle: tu . in effigy. 

(«•r -ec eph'or. 

dftet prop (Stfb, lib, Solgc) after; (bog) be- 
hind; (nce^efter) next to; (fom (Efterfelger) after, 
in soccessdon to; (ifølge) according to; ben ene • 
ben onben in sucoession; tl^petit ~ appetite for; 
tnbfinbe fig ~ et SloectiMement call in answer to 
an advertisement; . Oefaling by command; be* 
QflttUg ~ desirous of; . »e^g as you please; at 
pleasure; . @agen9 IBeftaffengeb as the case may 
be; . Ooo^oen literally; . Siltat to dictation; 
bømme . bet Ubbotte« Judge by el. from appea^ 
ances; .. bet ^anile from the French; . Øobt* 
bcfnibenbe at oUscretion; gribe ^ catch at; ^ble 
. et $nnci)> act up to a principle; ^b 3obn ^ 
fin gaber was called J. after Ms father; 8 S)age 
. bnianben 8 days running el. in succession; . 
Auommelfen from memory; . ^bab ieg ^ac ^srt 
by el. ttom what I have heard; Var . imfH 
flbPbfrl in the year of our Lord; . Sejlig^eb as 
suits your convenience; libt . (ibt by little and 
little, by degrees; . £oben according to law; 
^Iffte en . fSrene lift one by the ears; . min 
IReinng in my opinion; ^n et en ^ax . he has 
a mania for; . 92atuTen fh>m nature; fqnge . 
fiobet sing by note; gaa . 92æfen follow one's 
nose; . bette $rinci|} upon this principle; . benne 
Kegel by this rule; fige . repeat; floa . aim a 
blow at; flaa 2)øren i . en slam the door on one; 
. min émog to (el. in) my taste; fKIIe Uret .... 
regulate the watch by; tale . speak in imitation 
of, mimick one's speech; . Xur by turns; . mit 
tx by my watch; . S^ægt by weight; ^n oar . 
ttoM he gave it him; politiet bar . ^m was on 
his tracks; o«te . Ønfte answer one's wishes; 
ronbre Seroei, 6ubft. og Vbi. i Botb. meb (Efter, 
(e biSfe); — adv : %axei . next year; aøte nt ., fe 
cftetgøre; bab Sønnerne . repeated the prayers 
(after him); fejle Kotb . stand to the north; — 
conj: eftei at ^oe . . . after having . . . (dftetat, 
fe nbfr.); (alt) .fom according as ((Efterfom, fe nbfr.) 

Cftct«ar n, pi =», autumn, amr fall (of the 
year), -lig a autumnal. — (Sfteraatd|aatig a 
antnmnal. -oriejbe autumn work, -blontft au- 
tumnal flower, -bag autumn day. «itf^tib^rgii 
intumDal equinox. -j«bttb#git8jpiiitft autumnal 
point, -føl autumn sun. -ftonn autumnal 
gale, -trort autumn flight, -bejv autumnal 
weather. 

9fter«k< vt ape, mimic. -Ife o aping etc. 
•f c -e aper, mimic 
Cfterat ooiu after, when. 
merlrHilllttg second order. 
«ftcrteul|e vt pay in addition, -ing addi- 
tional payment 
ttftcttltue vi remain; be -nbe the survivors. 



(Efterblømfhring second blossom. 

(EfterlUbititig secondary hemorrhage. 

•i-Sfterborb dessert. 

(Sftetbrlig small beer. 

(lftcvbrl|llH|i fe Vnbenbagl*. 

^tttfftmthiu^ hanging fire. 

(EftcrbMb bid after the fall of the hammer. 

(Sftcrbqrb after-birth, secundine. 

@ncrbagd adc henceforth, in future. 

(Stt(tba««c vt counterfeit. -Ife counterfeiting; 
ffram development. 

CHterbatetjc vt overdate. -iMg overdating. 

drterbi' cotkj since, as, whereas. 

dftctbigtle vt imitate, copy (poetry), -niiig 
imitation. 

(Sfterbrøii after peal. 

tdftetbtfntmc n example, pattern. 

(EftcrbM fe -btøn. 

(Efter'<Sttbo9fctReitt subsequent endorsement. 

(Sfterfore r(, min explore. 

dfterforfllc vt investigate, explore, scrutinize, 
search, -«ing investigation, exploration. 

ferfrofi unseasonable frost. 
erfi)tbe vt fill, add (wine) ta 
embnittg c late bom child, posthumous 

<Sf tetf#lelfc (af et Saar) pain of a healed wound. 

(Efterftfllge vt (følge ogf. fio) follow, (i (Embebe) 
succeed, (føge at ligne) imitate, -gc o succession. 
-gelfe following. Imitation; imfti ., Imitation 
of Christ, -gclfeibttrbig a worthy of imitation. 
-genbe a subsequent, -get o -t, -gerivbe, -gerfte, 
-I follower, successor; Imitator. 

dfterf^rfel o carrying after. 

Wtvaaa vt inspect, examine. 

iEftcrrgibe vt remit, pardon, excuse; (obgioe) 
give up, yield; t be inferior to. -gibeitg a 
remissible, dispensable; venial, -gibelfe c remis- 
sion, -gibcnbe a indulgent, yielding, pliable, 
compliant, -gibeit^cb c compliance, Indulgence, 
flicllity. 

(Eftergloiid reflection, reflex. 

merglatte vt smooth over. 

dfterglimt after glimpse. 

(Sftetgraitftle vt, -niitg fe (Efterforfte. 

(iftcrgrao|c vt dig, excavate, -nftig c er dig- 
ging, excavation. 

(rftergrunbc vt ponder, meditate. 

^ergrord after-math, rowen. -nitig grasing 
on a mowed field. 

(fftcrgr^be after-crop. 

CHtcrgmittg second fermentation. 

^tergtrfe vt counterfeit, forge; (efterabe) im- 
itate, ape; -gjorte ©orer counterfeit articles, -elfe 
forgery, forging, imitation, aping, -or c -e 
counterfeiter, forger, imitator, -lig a that may 
be counterfeited, Imitable. 

(Sfterlbaanbe«, -l|M«b9' adv by degrees, 
gradually, by and by.- 

"'tcrbome tt harrow over again, 
terqcbe after heat. 

erljigc vt covet vehemently. -H c coveting. 
tt^\etip e after-help, -e vt touch up. 
fterbHg^ second felling. 
Ifterbbert' adv regularly, successively, by 
little and little; - fom according as. 

(ffterb««geitbe a importunate. 

mtthé aftergrowth of hay. 

Wttmeft after-crop. 

(j^ftetfage vt chase, pursue, hunt after, -n o 
chasing, pursuit. 

(Eftertlatig resonance; fig re-echo. 

autttlint fe ZittUne. 

(Sftertlog a afterwlse; bet er ingen &aa at ocere 
• if things were to be done twice, all would 
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9^tcttommt vt comply with, perform, observe; 
ifle . disobey. -Ife c complying etc. -nbc a 
succeeding, subsequent, -r c -e successor; (fsbelig) 
descendant; -e pi posterity. 

dftettran after claim; 6eteønr Omfofhtingeme 
font ., tage . take charges forward. 

dfterfttfbe unseasonable cold, May cold. 

dfterUbe vt&r leave, leave behind, (eftnqint) 
remit, (forfømme) neglect, leave undone; -bte 
€frtfter posthumous works; be -bte the survivors. 
-Ife e remission; neglect, omission. -Ife9fl|iib 
sin of omission, -n a negligent, remiss, -tilieb 
e negligence, remissness, -«flal n -n property 
left, effects; literate -er posthumous works. 

vfterlebe vt (Tebe efter) search, seek after, look 
for;jr©»fler) look over, turn over. 

tvftetleit arriere-fle£ 

dfterlfne vt fe -tomine. -Ife o compliance, 
observance, -«be a surviving; be - the survivors. 

aUttUtttxlM later supply. 

tdfterlebrrfTe c -t relict. 

(Kftertebtting fe Seoning. 

dfterdgnle vt imitate, copy, -elig a imitable. 
•e(fe imitation, copy, -effeøbtfvbiø a worthy of 
imitation, -eiibe a imitative, -er o -e imitator, 
copier. -{«8 fe -elfe. 

vfterloblbe vt resolder. -nlnø resoldering. 

Cmerlttgttitia second weeding. 

•i-vfterliiae fe -ntjnne. 

dftertqb c after sound, echo. 

dfterll|f|e vt advertise, -nitiø advertisement. 

tdfterlcntøte vt long for. 

(ifterlcrf |e vt peruse, read over. -tii«ø perusal. 

dfterUlnitiø e (af Staai) subsequent colouring. 

dfterUn c pension, -«c vt pension, -ninø o 
pensioning. 

dfternaaije vt re-measure, -ing re-measure- 
ment. 

dftcnitiioldmonb c prosecutor. 

dfterntooltib after-meal. 

dftermob second dish; meat. 

dftevmalle vt (male om) paint over again; 
(loptece) copy, -inø c painting etc.; copy. 

dftemtMb follower, ((Efterfslaer) successor, (i 
(Øe(eb) rear-rank man; {p. fSeUet) subsequent 
endorser. 

dftermiblbaø afternoon (b. e. 2:iben efter HI. 2 
ellet mellem lunch og Slibbagen); bet ftete ftl. 3 • 
it happened at three o'clock P. M. -bagd* after- 
noon; post-meridian, after-dinner. 

-t-dftermittbe fe Sftetmsle. 

dftermobtte, -% vi ripen in the sheaf. 

dnetmo^ ciderkin. 

dfternittle posthumous fame, renown, name. 

(ffteniMrltie vi darken, grow darker. 

CHternabH surname, family name. 

dftcvtti|be(fe after-enjoyment. 

dftemiintte vt hum after. 

dftetn^ier laggard, straggler, marauder. 

*dfterttaa adv afterwards. 

dfteri»ufle vt plough over again, -ninø second 
ploughing. 

(fftertegtile vt count over, -inø counting over; 
after-account. 

dfterret third dish, dessert. 

(ifterretitiiiø o -er (intelligence) (uben pi), ac- 
oounts, advice, notice, information, news; en . 
a piece of intelligence; ben flbfte . fra ^talten 
the latest news trom Italy; . fot ^ublifum, fot 
6øfatenbe notice to the public, to mariners; til 
bereft • for your government. 

(ifterret'(te)Iig a to be relied on; ^olbe fig en 
Oefaling .. observe an injunction, attend to an 
order. 

dfterrlineiibe part marching after, following. 



dftevfaa vt sow over again, resow. -«tag 
resowing. 

dfterfaø« fe (Jftetmorie. 

dfterfMtle vt pick up, glean, -er c -e gleaner, 
-ttittg c gleaning. 

dperfe vt inspect, examine, see to. 

dfterfenbe vt send after el. later. 

dfterfiøe vt repeat; say after one. -ffe c repe- 
tition. 

dfterftøtbefdel bill payable after sight 

dfter lobe vt create in imitation. 

dfter (in reflection. 

dfter ffrift e postscript, -ffribe vt Imitate (a 
handwriting); forge, counterfeit; . enl Czh, fucåt 
take down one's words: -fttebne the following, 
the subsequent, -ifrlbitiiiø imitation of hand- 
writing, forgery. 

dfter] fittb after-payment. -ffttbSboai supple- 
mentary sentence. 

dfterlflaa vt (TOøntet) forge, counterfeit; (i en 
Ooa) look for. -flag after-note. 

dfterfliegt posterity. 

dfterflttng train. 

dfterniet c after-math. 

dftenataa after taste; tang. 

dfterfmttl n (*ogfaa c) after-dap. 

dfterftiaf o after-talk, -(e vt echo, copy, par- 
rot, -ter repeater (of what has been said), 
copyer, parrot, -te» c, -leri » echoing, parrotry. 

dftetfom conj whereas, as, since, inasmuch 
as. seeing that. 

dfterfontmer end of the summer; after-summer, 
Indian summer. 

dftetfora aftercare: ^otfotg et bebte enb . a 
stitch in time saves nine. 

dfterfl»eibe vt spy after. 

dfter|t))U after-piece, after-play, conclusion; 
mtM poetlude. -f^itDe vt play over again, imi- 
tate 

dfterf)ior|e tt (ogf. M track, JIq trace out. 
-elfe, -e«, -ing c tracking etc. -t-er c tracer. 

dfterf)ltfra|e vt inquire after, ask for, make 
inquiry; bidfe Satet ete meget •f))utgte these goods 
are in great demand, request, favour, are much 
run after, -fel o inquiry; demand; gøte . øm 
make inquiry about; bet et tinge . eiftet there is 
small demand for. 

dfterftoaenbe a remaining; following. 

•hdfterflattb remainder, arrear. 

dfterflaiielfe afflz. 

dftetlfHt copy (of an engraving). -fHRe vt 
copy (an engra^ng): touch up. 

dfterflittg back stitch. 

dfterfhriebe vt (fhrsbe eftet) aim at. aspire to, 
afi'ect; (forfølge) persecute; . en9 SiD plot against, 
attempt one's life. -Ife, -n o aspiration, plot, 
g**^^^t ^t-'-t .y c -e perseoator. 

CvMciMuitiuuo r^x >md stretch. 

(^ftcrfturtc aaerpi«.'ce. 

Gftcrftffr secondnry cataract. 

Gftcrftob after thrust. 

(Sfterfoærm after swarm. 

(^ftrrfnbning c re evaporating wash. 

^ftcrftjgbom .seodiidary disease. 

(Sftcrfun inspect ioQ; til - for inspection, on 
view, to l>e viewed. 

(fftcrftjngc vt sing after. 

(fftcrfitb late sown seed. 

O^ftcrfcetning consequent claose, apodosis. 

(ffterfocttc rt pursue. 

(gftcrføgle t;( search after, -clfe, -e«, -Itiag c 
searching etc., search. 

^ftertale ill repute el. report; (til 0og) final 
address, posUcript. 

dftcrtante reflection, meditation; gøre flg . 
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<lfteflc§tt|e rt copy (a drawing), -tug oopying 
etc.; ©owe copy. 

(Efterfik after times, after ages; fot -en in 
fature. 

tdfterttaa vt covet. 

dfttrtvflitle, -Kins fe -fttabt. 

dftcrtTOH rear. 

CftrrtTO|i small party in the rear. 

dftertr^I n (^tmb, betoning) emphasis, stress; 
(af eoø) piracy; .(æøøe . )Kia lay stress upon, 
emphasize, accentuate, -fe vt pirate. -Icr e 
pirstical printer, pirate, -fclig a empbatic<al), 
fioreihle. -itimt e piracy. -iKkoatic pirated edi- 
tion. 

CHert««Ibe vt succeed, -bar e -e successor. 

merttflmtembe part pressing on (behind). 

9ftert«t|le vt count over, re-count, -ling 
counting over, recounting. 

tfftertdmtle vt reflect on, consider, ponder, 
weigh, t-eliø a dubious, problematical, -e«, 
-mtiig reflection, consideration, •fom a thought- 
ful, circumspect, pensive, «foml^eb though^ 
Ailness. 

g ftc r U r U thirst consequent on hard drinking. 

Wenpaof second spring. 

(fftenialg second election. 

gft < t »€ Ci after-pains; fig after-cost; føle . efter 
suffer fh>m the effects of. 

CftcrlKjIe vt weigh over again. mUig weigh- 
ing etc. 

«ftemetbe« posterity, after-ages. 

^crbHi after-wine. 

H fi tni mtt t end of winter, after-winter, second 
winter. 

dftcrbirtnittg after-effect, secondary effect, 
afteroperation. 

•fOftenifc of, -lig a \t $aat)ife. 

-fdftenircnige vt caricature. 

gftc fiwem after-growth. 

gjuni i gr ci i bc a succeeding, Aiture. 

*éfmgl fe dDer*. 

^g e -t oak, Quercu». 

Qfa'f a equal, even, -ite't e evenness. 

#ge c -r spoke; fatte -r i et ^inl put spokes 
to a wheel. 

Qge e -t canoe, punt. 

CgflioH oak-bark, -blab oak-leaf, -btrboak 
table, *(OTat) oaken board, -garbct a tanned 
in oak -bark. -t7t«ll wreath of oak -leaves. 
-Imb grove of oaks. -Ub oak-leaves, -«gift 
a oak-painted, wainscoted. 

ttgen a, n eøet, pl egne, own, proper; (ejcn* 
bomneliø) peculiar (for to); (foregen) particular; 
bet bliber fTreoet i en . 9oa It is written in a 
separate book; et -t IRennefCe an odd character; 
*bct er -t it is strange; ^ er fbt . egen ^erre he 
is his own master; %m ^t (fit) -t ^ui he has a 
house of his own; i^oa ^ Betoftning at one*s own 
coat d. expense: et -t Ubtnyf i et eptog an idiotism; 
e« . 6flQ, foa fin .. 6ag an awkward thhig; fe 
^oanb, ^krfon. -Mnrt peculiarity, •artet a pe- 
culiar, -bfbørgclfe proper motion, -farbe self 
-oolour. -farbd self-interest, -laiibcl business 
on one's own account. -I^eb o -et peculiarity, 
oddne«, singularity, idiosyncracy. -bcnibig a 
done (written) with one's own hand, in (one's) 
own writing, autograph; . Unberltrift one's own 
cignatore, sign manual: . 6tdoeIfe autograph 
(l^ter), holograph; ntaa tnbaibe . Unføgning must 
apply in their own hand el. writing. -Imibffab 
fe Selii'. 'ittt, -Ittrlig a selfish, egotistical. 
-I«ffltleb selfishness, egotism. t-«arb fe 6e(D'. 
•«Ipiibig, -«inibig^ fe -mogtig, -mogtig^. 
-Mftig a arbitrary, absolute, despotic, mgh- 
handsd; — adv arbitrarily; . at fteffe fig Wet to 
take the law in one's own hand, -megtigl^ 



arbitrariness, arbitrary el. high-handed pro- 
ceeding, -iiabii proper name. -iibficseU^iDterest, 
selfishness, self-seeking, -iiljttig a selfish, 
interested, self-seeking, -niyttigvirb fe -nDtte. 
-«aabig a wilM. self-willed, arbitrarv. -«aabig' 
beb wilfalness, arbitrariness, bibl self-will, -«et« 
farbiglieb. -rod fe ©elo«. -^-fittbet fe Sær>. -fiii« 
biji a wilfal, self-willed, obstinate, -ftnbigljeb o 
wilfulness, self-will, obstinacy, -flab e -er 
quality, property, point; gubbommelig > divine 
attribute; i . af in the capacity of. -ffabgorb 
adjective. fi%tnii\% a proper, real, precise: 
ben -e 9ærbi the intrinsic value; bet -f ^anmarf 
Denmark proper; be -e Vbec the monkeys, pro- 
perly so called; i Orbet« -e Oetbbning emphati- 
cally, in the true(8t) sense of the word, lite- 
rally; bet 't ^rama the legitimate drama; — adv 
properly, really, by rights, after all; ~ talt prop- 
erly el. strictiy speaking; itfe - not precisely, 
not ezactiy, not quite, scarcely, wgenlttolie 
self-conceit, -barwe specific warmth, -»cfåel 
promissory note, -bitje (egen iBilje; freedom 
of will; ((Sgenraabigl^b) wilfulness, t-binil, 
-biOiglcb fe -raabig, -raabig^eb. -bagt specific 
gravity el. weight, -i-barl original. 

Q^gel^b acorn. -|»Uiiife oaken plank. 

H^ttm n -er squirrel, -abe squirrel monkey, 
Calitthrix »ciureu». 

(igelftob oak wood, oak forest. -flam«e trunk 
of an oak. -flart a strong as an oak. -fbawb 
oak-Hgaric, Ågaricu» guereimu. •tttt (da) oak 
tree; (9eb> oak wood, (ubenlanbft) wainscot. 
-t#«mer oak timber, -»ilfer leaf-rolling cater- 
pillar, Torlrix viridana. 

(E'gllort stag beetle, Lucanuå eervu». 

(fan c -e country, region, parts, neighbour- 
hood; ^er paa -en in these parts; en Vlanb bet 
paa -en a man of those parts. 

<N«e vt k impen beseem; . fig or (for, til) 
be fit for, adapted to. lend itself to; -t til at 
calculated to. 

<Ego|ig'me o eg'otism, eg'oism. -ifl' e -et 
eg'otist, self-seeker, -ifl'iff a egotistic(al). 

QEareme'rliigfmafriiie cotton-gin. 

wi adv not; ef beiler nor, neither; ef alene not 
only; ef engang not even. 

9\\ int ah! oht aha! why! etgh! ef, ef! 
indeed ! bless me ! 

<E{«! hey I hey-day! 

(S b n, pi OB, isthmus, neck of land, spit of 
land. 

d^l'battevafl e Dutch cheese, Edam cheese. 

<E bevem o the Byder. 

(Sfe n, 1 0, possession; gibe noget i Krb og . 
grant in heritable possession. C|e vt own, 
possess; alt l)bab leg -r og ^ all my worldly 
possessions, -famt c (the) genitive (case). 

d^jegob a sweet-natured, tender-hearted, be- 
nini. »leb e tender-heartedness, mUdness. 

«{e«bel e 't property (ub. pC), possession. 

<E|eH|ba« o -me possession, property; engelfT, 
tbft . (om 6ttb) British-, Ocrman-owned ; bibl 
9 fCuHe oære mig en . ye shall be a peculiar 
treasure unto me; ail ober til at bære 91 « . was 
appropriated to N. -bawmelig a peculiar, 
cnaracteristic(al), individual, -bam'weligl^cb c 
-er peculiarity, (peculiar) feature, characteristic, 
distinction. — (S|eiibomd|beflbber proprietor, 
lord of the manor, -foil bibl peculiar people, 
-frilcb ftill and free rig^t of possession, -fafied' 
flab community of goods, -gaarb allodial el. 
freehold fiurm, freehold, -gobi allodial ei. .free- 
hold estate, -grømfe boundaries el. limits of an 
estate, -(errc lord of the manor, -inbgreb 
trespass, violation of the right of possession, 
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-«aglcv estate agent, -onet^taøelfe fe -falø. 
-•oerøaiio appropriation. -|»(Oiiø«eii possessive 
pronoun, «vet right of possession, ownership; 
Sotoen om ben literære . the Copyright Act; -ten 
til Xinøen the property in the thing, -falg 
estate sale. -flat property-taz. -ftobe deed of 
conveyance. 

C|e( c -e owner, proprietor, t)«te . af be the 
owner of, possessor of; ftifte . change hands. 

*(S|C(ø«t)ii semoule, semolino. 

(iferiii'be c -r owner, proprietress. 

<iiev|Uf a unowned, unclaimed. -ntMib fe 
«jet. 

d^ieftcborb n possessive pronoun. 

(ijitlirriev mv<A dead warriors. 

(Sid mttf E sharp. 

^fenjfveøfer o braggadocio, swashbuckler, 
fire-eater, -aant lustred yarn. 

*«itel fe jFettel. 

««t «Ic fe do, (foe. 

<H(cI'ti|fcv c -e, -ft a eclectic. 

(ftati'ife -t eclipse, -til'm the ecUp'tic. 
-titffraajjebe« the obliquity of the ecliptic. 

v(Io n echo. 

atlampfi' edamp'sy. 

(Stlo'øe e -r eclogue. 

^tonøe fe dberfugl. 

*CF(orti c 09 n -er, fe (faem. 

(Stu« 'fe ecstasy; falbe i . go (off) into 
ecstasies. 

ati' (for^t^ærenbe) ex-, late. 

(Stdattjatio'it c over-excitement, «c'ret a over 
excited; wild, ihntastical. 

9t^a'mtn c -er e(. -mina examina'tion, +exa'- 
men, f exam; unbecfafte fig, toge ~ pass (an 
examination). (Etdameitdlattefl passing oertl- 
flcate. be|»iitatioit fe -tommidfion. -febcv ner- 
vousness before examination, -geb^v fee on 
examination, -taraltcv mark, class. -lømiitid' 
{ion Examination el. Examining Board, B. of 
examiners, «oi^gabe examination paper. -f)i«rgg' 
mail examination question. 

atinminlanh' c -et examinee, candidate. -«• 
tio'it c examina'tion. -a'tø« -o'rer examiner. 
•«'re vt exam'ine, catechize, try; ((it^e -t (|Hia 
Stolen) be on, be called up. 

fHHt vt & t shift, warp. 

■tUtit vt fe ^oomefterere. 

Q^tdcflittio'it -er distress, attachment, seizure, 
(ogfaa om ^øbftfhaf) execu'tion; g«re . put in an 
execution, a distress; gøre . i distrain. -mtiøMd' 
bo« fieri fiBKsias. -Mtioiidftvretiiiiig distress. 
-Mti'O a executive, -nti'iiiitagte» the exec'utive 
(power), -itto'r (testament!) -et exec'utor. 
'Utt't c -et performer, exec'utant. -»a'tnr n 
exequatur, -»c'vc vt ex'ecute. 

atitm'ptt n -pier example, instance, (tibligete) 
precedent; uben - fe -I0«; for - for instance, for 
example, say; et . paa bet mobfatte an instance 
to the contrary; anfote fom . Instance, exemplify; 
opIt)fe oeb -plet exemplify, illustrate; tage ~ af 
take e. by el. trom; flatuete et . paa en make 
an example of one; fslge -plet follow suit. -Ud 
a unparalleled, unexampled, unprecedented. 
-»19 adv as an example, dtiitmplti't n -er (af 
8og) copy, -hcxem'plar; (f. (EtS. af Slante) speci- 
men; (Sxonflet) exemplar. Ulitmpla'tift a ex'- 
emplary. dUtmpla'tifttith ex'emplariness. 

(itderce'rie vt k i ex'erdse, drill. -l)ii» drill 
-room, -meftev drill-serjeant, master at arms. 
•patron dumb el. blank cartridge. -pUM drill 
-ground, -rrglettciit drill-book, -ffib drill-ship. 
aWttd'i c ex'ercise, drill. 

amt n -er exile. 

<Kf9ifleiid' exist'enoe. •ntibbel means of 
subsist'enoe. (Stfifte're vi exist. 



<itiflii|be're vt expel, af IHnb unelub. -bC» 
ring, -fio'« e expulsion, -fl'be adv exdu'- 
slve of. 

<SfdIo««iiiii|ce're vt excommu'nicate. -cr* 
riiijg, -latio'ii e excommunica'tion. 

miremett'tcr pi ex'crements, fteces, excre'ia. 

<S(dt«r|9' e er excursus, -fio'ii e -et excuf- 
sion. 

(Hdigc'ii a exog'enous; . glante er'ogen. 

(Hdotc'riff a exoter'ic. 

(Stdo'tiff a exot'ic. 

(Sf9p«ii|lo'iid|«pl»ar«t expan'sion-gear (0. fL). 

(Sfdpcb|e're vt aispatch, ex'pedite. -iraf e 
-er clerk, -it' a expeditious, prompt, busineaa- 
like. -itio'ii er expedit'ion; (bet at etftpcbece) 
forwarding, sending; (ftontor) oflQce. -ttie'si» 
afgift duty of expedition, -itiomdforretaimg 
commission-agency, -itionflotttor office. *-lti«iii* 
fctretftr Secretary (of a Government Office). 
»its't -er agent. 

(SMpcltaii'Ice o -r expectancy, (paa Srt) lerer- 
sion. -t' c -er expectant; reversioner. 

<S(9peftor|atio'ii e -et med expectora'tion; pi 
fiff outpourings, -c're fig vr unburthen one's 
self 

<Sf9peri«e«t' n -er exper'iment (meb on), -«l' 
ftlfit experimen'tal philosophy, -c're vi ex- 
per'iment. -e'rittg e experimenta'tion. 

d^ttplibCrjc Of explode, -mbe a explo'aive; 
. eager explo'sives. -ing e explo'sion. 

(Støploitc're vt make capital out of; (SHxie) 
work. 

(ifdplolflo'ii e -et explo'sion. -flo'«9frl a un- 
explosive, -fio'iiteiiittt explo'sive point, -filler 
pi, ffram stops, -fl'bftof explosive. 

iiHp9n\tnt' -er index, expo'nent. -rati«!- 
ligning exponen'tial equation, -e're vt expose. 

Stdport' e exporta'tion. -e're vt expo'rt. 
-forretning export-house, -«'r c -et expo'rter. 
atipui' -let express; meb . by e.; ~ odv 
expressly, -tnglcr pi Jacob's shells. -to§ ex- 
press train. 

<Sf dpropri I atf i'n, -c'ring e dispossession, -rre 
vt (en) dispossess; ((SrunD) appropriate to public 
uses. 

(Efftem'pore a extempora'neous, extem'po- 
rary. — adv extem'pore, off-hand, on the spur 
of the moment, -'re vt k % extem'porize, 
speak extempore, -'ring e extemporization. 
(TtdtenMforalfHl unseen el. sight translation. 

(S(dtintt«'r e -et fire-extinguisher. 

(ftdttrpa'tor e -et grubber. 

(Sfdtra adv 3c a extra, (j^tftra* extra, -affift 
additional dues, -arbefbe overtime work. -lUb 
supplement; fly-sheet. 

vtdtrabe're vt surrender. 

dtdtrafin a superfine. 

dtåtrafee're vt extract. 

(gmtAUl e bilge keel. 

dtdtraft' -er ex'tract; (Ubtoa) abstract. -U'n 
extraction, -{'bflof extractive (principle el. 
matter). 

(ftdtramanbffab n extra hands. 

dtdtra'nffole e day-school. 

(Stdtralorbinor'r a extrao'rdinary, exceptional, 
-pofi : reije meb . post, -ret Jmt a special sitting 
(of the court), -tib over-time, -tillag gratuity, 
-tog special train, -nbgifter pi extraordinary 
expenses, -nteri'nfbangerfrab extrauterine preg- 
nancy, -nagon'ce c extiav'agance. -nagant' a 
extrav'agant. 

awtttn n -tt & a extreme, -ite't e -er ex- 
trem'ity. 

<IHbip| a'ge c -t eq'uipage, carriage, -ageweter 
4, master of ordnance, -e're vt equip, fit out. 
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Irakcl outfitting etablishment. -(oiiblcr out- 
fitter. -Imtøc outfit. 

(Hnilitt' a equiv'ocal; indelicate. 

(R%t'm n ec'zema. 

t«l' c -let alder, il/nu«. 

SCci'm e ela'lne. -fiire elaid'ic acid. 

(Hamh e eland, Antitifpe orotu. 

Sfofl' e elastic string e(. band, -idte't e 
elasticity, sprlngine«. -icite'tdgrønife limit of 
elasticity, 'it c fe dlaft; caoutchouc tissue, -iff 
a elastic, springy. 

dltm e the Elb. 

9itfMUt' e -et el'ephant; øjne en ^lue til en . 
make a mountain of a mole-hill. -f#rcT ele- 
phant-driver, -arkett order of the Elephant. 
•riMer knight of the Elephant, -fnaiel trunk, 
proboscis of an e. -ftyfe elephanti'asis. »tanh 
eJmhant's tooth e(. tusk. 

dleglaiit' a el'egant. -and' e el'egance. 

dlefi' o -n el'egy. -kigtev, dle'oifev e -e 
writer of elegies, el'egist. HU'^ifl a elegiac; -e 
Ba% elegiacs. 

Slettrtdte't c electricity. '4htntt electro- 
ph'orus. -flcker conductor. -Ømaaler electro- 
m'eter. 

<Hcf 'triller c -e electric'ian. -fe're vt dec'- 
trify. -fe'ring e electrifica'tion. -femtafHiie o 
elec'tricCal) machine, -ff a elec'trio. 

(HtUfU e electrode. iiUUxo\hpiam\V 
electrodynamMcs. -fo'r e -er electroph'orus. 
■ft«!' electrochem'istry. -Ilj'fe c electrol'ysis. 
-•flgse't electro-mag'net. -magiie'tiff a electro- 
magnet'ic. -«agiiettd'me o electromag'netism. 
•«•ta'rift electromo'tive. »pttt* electroplated 
work. -|i»«fte'rlttgelectro-punctura'tion. -flo'l» 
»I elec'troscope. 

9UwiiuV n -er el'ement. -(a'r)aaiib elemental 
ipliit. -a'riag primer, -a'rittrer teacher of 
the rudiments, -a'rffale primary school, -fleii 
precious opal, -«'r a elementary, primary. 

(Eiev'Ibe e (+) fe -biø^. -big a wretched, 
miserable, piteous, -bigl^eb e wretchedness, 
misery. 

Cleomo're Eleanor. 

IHenfi'iifre ^x^fterkt the Eleusin'ian mysteries. 

9Unt e -ft pupil, scholar, learner; min . my 
pupil {iOt s. e!. 1.). -arbelbe pupils* work. 

•teiNttio'tt e orf eleva'tion; meb flor . at high 
elerations. — Q^Ini«tiaitd|cl|({|iber tangent-sight, 
•ffnie elevating screw, -ffub tangent flnng. 
•bislel angle of elevation. — (Elebfa'tor c -er 
el'evator, lut. -e're vt el'evate. 

ilHe'bltiicert students' concert 

ClfewiCB n ivory; funfHgt . protean stone. 
•#• ivory. — <EIfr»be«flIlMleii the coast of Ivory. 
•««b ivory-billed woodpecker, Gampephaga im- 
perialu. -nth ivory-nut. -^la^r ivory paper. 
•^(t«lc phytelephas. -fort ivory-black. 

•ig c -er elk, (ametilanfl) mooee(-deer), Cervuå 
aicet. -MHiloiie fe d^tanb. -to female elk. -atfe 
male elk. »(Hgfblaf (om ^efi) grey like the elk. 

Cli'a» EUas. bibl EUJah. 

tiibere vi elide. 

«ilfir e -er eliz'ir. 

CttMimrrc vt eliminate, exterminate. 

•O-fa Elisa, bibl Elisha. 

tlire e pick, elite, «file picked, F crack. 

imt fe &I. Wt' alder. 

tdclboi^ e fiUry dance; ((Øcæ<plet paa (Engen) 
&try ring, fe SteaitefMinU). -((IIoet)folt fairies, 
elves, fkys. -<(E(bei)tøiiae &iry king. 

t«le|Ir«ge roller, Uoraeiat gwrrula, •Uai 
•Ider-grove. -wafe bog surrounded with alders. 

tIc((IIoeT)|»isc fairy. 

Mcr 001^ or; . ogfoa or else; enten b<ui . jeg 



either he or I; ^berfen ban . ieø neither he 
nor I. 

(Stterf adv else, otherwise, (for øbcigt) for the 
rest, (til anbte Xiber) ordinarily, generally; (i 
mobfat i$alb) or; . %eX thank you all the same. 
. ingen, intet nobody, nothing, else; er bet . nt? 
anything else? 

t^tte^libt a elf-shot. 

tdaetntnte e stump of an alder; man feal (ænge 
^uQge paa en ., inben man foar en Oifoftrm beraf 
it is hard to make a silk purse of a sow's ear. 

ttOebe elev'en. -««rig, -aarf a eleven years 
old. -tant endeoagon, hendecagon, -tantet a 
hendecagon, -ftoiielfeft hendecasyllabic. «ttebte 
eleventh; bolb . ten and a half; ben -te Vuguft 
the eleventh of August, August 11th. (Samtebel 
eleventh. 

«Oebilb a crack-brained; . af (Ølobe mad 
with ioy. 

«lli)l'|fe e -r gram ellipsis, p«om ellipse, -fo« 
gra'jf e -tt trammel, -forbe e -r ellip'soid. 

aim o fe ISIm. 

«Intfilb c Ebno's-fire. 

tSIritfe c minnow, Oydrinu» phoxinu*. 

dlfaf n Alsa'Ua, Alsa'oe. -er, -erin'be, -iff 
Alsatian. 

«Ifb^r n fe dig. ••' fe dig-. 

*«IfI o: lægge « paa take a fancy to. 

aiftt vt love: ■♦• - op, fe OpeIf!e; ^ajt -t dearly 
beloved; gste fig -t af win the love of, endear 
one's sdf to, ingratiate one's self with; min -be 
my darling, my lady-love; be -nbe the lovers. 
-tnttH art of love, dlffelig a amiable, lovely, 
bibl beloved; til O« -e . . to our well-beloved . . 
«Iff eliglieb e amiability, loveliness, ami&bleness. 
— «Ifrer c -e lover, (af noget) admirer, -faget 
lovers' parts. «Iflcrin'be e -r sweetheart, mis- 
tress. «Ifferlpar couple of lovers, -totte lover's 
part. 

«Iffob e love; fatte . for el. tit fttll in love 
with. — «lffoM|baaiib tie el. band of love. 
-barm love-child, -blit amorous glance, -breb 
love-letter, billet-doux, -brbttbc lust, -bigt 
love poem, erotic poem, -brit philter, love 
•potion, -bnttteii a glowing with love, -br^nt 
dreun of love, -ertlarlmg declaration of love. 
■Hfa«geii a in the fetters of love, -feber amorous 
fever, -ffamnte love-flame. -forl|Olb amour, 
intrigue, -fitlb a amorous, -gar« love-net. 
-glob amorous ardour, -gnb god of love, Cupid. 
-gMbiabe ffoddeas of love. -Iiaiibel amour, love 
-afikir. -qeb a burning with love, -(tftorie 
love-tale; love-afliedr. -ilb fire of love, -tiage 
amorous complaint, -tmifl fe dlffe*. -fbab fe 
-bigt. -Ibal torture of love, -(ue fe -flamme. 
•(«ni|fe( lovesickness. -mibbel aphrodisiac. 
-ntiiiae memorial of love, -ntabe lovers' meet- 
ing, -orb pi words of love, loving words, 'pant 
pledge el. token of love. -)Hf love-shaft, -rib* 
ber knight-errant, gay Lothario, -rig a amor- 
ous, -ntd love raptures, -f aaret a love-stricken . 
-fager love affairs, -fang love-song, -fmerte fe 
-tbal. -ftraalenbe a beaming with love, -fat 
love-sigh, -fbg a love-sick, love-lorn, -fbge 
love^ sickness. 'iaXt the language of love, 'ttnt' 
ter love thoughts, -bana a glowing with love. 
-bile love ditty. 

«Iftbar'bia a lovely, amiable, lovable, attrac- 
tive, sweet, likable; (om en Vtanh) genial. -I|eb 
e loveliness, amiability, lovableness, attractions; 
genialness. 

«(«be're vt elu'de. 

«It» e -e river. «Ibe* river . — (i(be(CI(b)lbreb 
margin, bank of a r. -brttb n overflowing, inun- 
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r. -tøiite fe ØanbfisT; ^ reed meftdow-gmss, 
Olyeeria aquatica. -Ut coane of a river; river 
-channel, -ntiiiibiiiø mouth of a r., estuary. 
«-«<el (steep) river-bank. *••# fe -mnnbinø. 

d^lUcvlaøttQ a ftlry-Uke. -kamd o. fl., fe (E0^. 
-1^ fairy-hillock, .ff»» elf-ehot. 

(itoelfeiig bed of a river. M«» fe 6no. -flrø« 
stream, -fiif murmur el. (ftorfece) roar of the 
river. 

m^'\\\%m n elysium, -iff, -«'ift a elys'ian. 

9'm c vapour. 

<Hia{'I((c) c enamel, -e'røim fe Shiffet'. •farlK 
enamel-oolour. -maler enameler. -wauitag 
enamel (painting), -'re vi enamel, -'rer c -e 
enameler. 

(Niaiiatio'ii c emanation. -9«leoriett the doc- 
trine of emanation. 

<Hi«ttei|»| attom c emancipation, -e'er vi 
eman'cipate. 

dmane're vi emanate. 

^'mauft n Em'maus. 

<HilalI|a'ge c packing, -e're vt pack (up). 

dntiar'øo o emba'rgo; lægøe . paa lay an 
embargo on. 

<Hilar(e'r|e vi embark. -iMø e embarkation. 

<Hifeebe n -r office, place, post; ^tlæbe et . 
hold, flU an office; fsge et . apply for an office; 
foreflaa et . discharge el. fill an office; affatte« 
fta et . be dismissed from office; anfætte< i et . 
b« appointed to an office; ube af .. out of office. 
— «wlebdlaar years of being in office. «aUer 
age requisite for obtaining office, -amftføer 
candidate for (the) office, -vame official career. 
•terrt«imø official report, -tefortteffe appoint- 
ment, •••fig official residence, -ire» official 
letter, -(rafter colleague. -Ilyrke burden of 
office, charge, -braøt official costume, -bneliø' 
(eb official ablli^. -eb oath of offioe, official 
oath, -eføanteii degree examination. -fe|I offi- 
cial mistake, -fall men in office, -farretiiiwø 
ftinction, official duty, -f^rtabelfe discharge 
(from office), -f^reffe discharge of office, -øaorb 
fe -bolig, -øentinø, -libcr» fe -foiretninø. -inb* 
fontfl emoluments of offioe. -iber official zeal, 
-{«øer place-hunter, -jaøt -jftøeri place-hunt- 
ing, -loiitor, -(atate office. -leXø^eb vacancy. 
•Ud a unplsiced. -mamb functionary, (public, 
government-) officer, placeman, (civil el. public) 
servant, office-bearer; en (øf . one high in 
office -manbiø a authoritative, -ntoiibiølieb o 
officialism, •tnme official mien, -«if bmø abuse 
of authority, -mbnbiølieb official authority. 
-tidøt official duty. -ra«a official rank, -relfe 
official tour, -faø official business, «feøl seal 
of office, -i-ffrift official document, -ftribelfe 
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public (hnctionaries. -ftil official style, -flttti«! 
(an) official situation; uben . unplaced. »WU 
fe -forretninø. •tib period of offioe. -tiltrabelfe 
entering into office, -troffab fidelity in the 
discharge of official duties, -beøme: baa > in 
virtue of one's offioe, officially, -be] official 
career, -berbeneii the world of officialdom, 
-birffoml^eb official labours, -bfltfe« cont offi- 
cialism. 

9m%\t'm n -n em'blem. 

Q^mboiMioiitt' [ft] n stoutness. 

(Nibrtiolaøi' embryol'ogy. 

iHibrboit n -er embryo, -niff a embryonic, 
embryonal. 

dhitbe c -T orf, ide. LmdBcw Idu». 

dmt vi steam, reek. 

C^ntenblatio'ii e -et emenda'tion. -e're vt 
amend'. 

Ohne'ritnd a retired. 

Hmt'tift a emet'ic. 



iHifa'Ife e em'phasis. -tift a emphatic. 

iHiftittiiø '« sensitive. 

iHifbfe'« n emphysema. 

(S'mw o ventilator. 

iHiiøraiit' e -et em'igrant. -«øeHt emigration 
agent, •befarbriiiø conveyance of emigrant«, 
-forte« the emigration trade, -tobrer emigrant 
•runner. -f^wntiffUii Emigration Commission- 
en. -ftib emigration ship, -biefeiiet emigration; 
the Government Emigration Commissioners, 
d^ttiøre're vi emigrate. 

iHii'l EmU'ius. •ie Em'ily. 

dwfmeii'lee e Eminence, -t' a eminent. 

<Hi{'r -et Ameer, Emir. 

iHiiåf lio'm c emis'sion. -«'r c emissary. 

<E'«| tabbe fe -^t. -flob yentUator-valve. 

9vKmt c & vi \t dm, 9mt. 

*9mmtn « mawkish. 

dimmer pi embers. 

dmmert e -ei (i 9uinbe) lower box. 

<Hiiie n -r subject, theme, matter, snl^Ject 
-matter; ^material, stuff. *<Emiie vt intend (fbr). 
*<i«iiiliiø9|tr«, -beb wood for implements. 

«(Smolet' o F multiplication-table. 

<i«io(tt«e«'ter pi emol'uments. 

<l«bi|ri' c empiricism, -'rifer e -t, -'riff a 
empir'ic. -rif 'me e fe -rt. 

vmblbi' employment, -e're vi employ. 

(S'mrtr n ventilation-pipe. 

+<imfiø [t.] a fhssy, bustling. 

t<imter pi chaff. 

(Smm c er emu, Canutri^t» ew«M. 

dm art, n et, a, an; for en tbbe Vai flben »ome 
twenty years ago. 

Unkttn card num k pnm ind, ntt, ttt one: 
. (Øanø once; .. (Øanø . er . once one is one; 
. (Øanø to et to once 2 are 2; . for . one by 
one; 100 fot . a hundred if one; . oø tl^be 
twenty one; . imob . og to imob ffanben two to 
one \b odds; > nnbetlig . an odd fish; . poa 
Ptet a box on the ear; betfommer ub pda eet it 
is all one, it comes to the same thing; eet er 
fotnøbent one thing is needfhl; (0nb9 8ob er eet, 
9Rennef!et« Sob et et anbet there is God's law and 
man's law; ret et bet at . . . et anbet it is one 
thing to . . . another to; eet af to take your 
choice; at Zing løbet i eet fot mine (Dine my head 
is all in a whirl; meb eet all at once; unber ect 
together; be fælgen unbet eet they are sold in a 
lot; mit ene tJSen one of my legs; ben ene meb 
ben anben one with another, on an average; bet 
ene meb bet anbet one way and another; og bet 
ene og bet anbet and what not; fe Kl. -«grig a 
one year old; annual; . Sætfl annual, -ofti' 
one-act. -ormet a one-armed, -boore» a only 
begotten, -boflff a monobasic, -beaet a one 
-legged, -blobet a one-leaved. (Ih»ne) mono- 
petalous, (IBæget) monoeepalous; (9cetnøi) one 
bladed, single- bUded. -blomfhret a unifloroos. 
-(• monoecia. -boiiUiitte monoedan. 

(Ncbelico o encyclical letter. 

<Sitcl|C(oba|b{' c -et enoyclopæ'dia. -^ifl a 
encyclopedic, -bifl' o -et encydope'dist. 

Sttb eon} k adv (eftet ftompatatio) than; (foran 
ftomb.) still, even; b. f. f. enbnu; anbte . others 
than el. besides; . om what if. suppose; . Oil* 
letterne? how about el. with the tickets? ifte 
anbet . nothing but; ^oab anbet . what else but; 
ingen anben, ingm anbre • none but; bbab ber . 

Sat ^nbed happen what may. whatever may 
appen; ^bor meget jeg - tefet however much I 
read; om ^n . bob mig nol faa meaet even If he 
offered me ever so much; . en Zina maa ieg 
omtole one thing more I must mention; . me 
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aothiog of, not to mention, let alone; . bibece 
moreorer, again, -ka' «ao even, still, even 
then; iOe • not even then, not yet; (Snbm ec 
iOe . the end is not yet; ilte faa ga( . not 80 
bad after all; (iHI ^n .... if he only, -bo'g 
md though. 

C»be e -X end, teimination: (t^berfle .) extrem- 
ity; F (Saøbel) ftindament; tp antler; ^ rope, 
rope's end: fpuibe en . spin a yam; 9etbmi . 
the ends of the earth; bet faac oel en 9ana en . 
it is a long lane that has no turning: not Xoiol 
^I en . our doubts were set at rest; taae en 
jnpeltø . come to a sad end; naar -n er gob, et 
aSttoQ aobt all's well that ends well; fra . til 
anben ftam end to end; fe JDbecenbe; bet tetter (el. 
giMi) fig i -n in the end things will mend; paa 
. an-end, on end; gjnre . paa put an end to, 
make an end of; givte m ^ paa fine Sibelfer put 
one's self out of pain; faa . paa en lebfommeliø 
^ get through a tedious day; ban fit fnart . 
pea fm gormue he soon ran througn his fortune; 
til ben . for that purpose, to that end. to the 
end; Mere ti( . be at an end; %bx mia til . hear 
me oot, hear me to an end; ban tilnotppt lebe 
benne %m til . he will hardly live the day out; 
tomoie ttf . meb, btinge til . finish, terminate, 
conclude, bring to an end, put an end to. 
HfKht vt ki 'it, -t end, finish, close, terminate, 
conclude; F ^ootban man r og oenber bet what- 
ever way you turn it; . meb result in; . meb 
ttt flge finish by saying; ^paa end el. terminate 
in. -crtitef suffixed article, -tanegaarb ter- 
mtiins. •BofHa» last letter, finai letter. -Bolt 
butt-bolt -Met a, ffran terminally infiected. 
-itjaiiiS bend tt, curve at the end; grcm ter- 
minal Infiection. «flabe terminal &ce. «-frem 
a. fe Sigeftem. -^afHø^cb terminal velocity. 
-test extreme edge, t-tlcmt a in a mortal 
funk, -fttot» terminal bud. -fmibe knot at 
the end. 

CttbCl a a deal of, some; — adv rather, 
somewhat. 

<Nbe|leb (ogf. Jig) last link, extreme Unk, 
Onf.) tarsus. tfiibeUg a (begrænfet) finite, 
limited; (til eintning) final, ultimate, definitive; 
— adv at last, at length, finally, in fine, ulti- 
mately; (forreflen) indeed; ^ bil . rejfe he 
most needs go; ^n bilbe . ^aoe, at ieg ftulbe 
trine inb she would absolutely have me step in, 
insisted upon my stepping in; bet maa ^e . itte 
aleainie be sure not to forget. (Enbeligl^eb e 
Bniteness: end, conclusion, dttbejliøt n end, 
deaih. -Ife c -c termination, desinence. -Uf a 
endless, interminable; . Øabe blind alley, -nuuif 
end, object, aim, goal. 

ibtbe'mif! a endem'io(al). 

<E»be|»»Tinie terminal moraine. -|»ttiitt ex- 
treme point, terminus, -rim concluding rhyme. 
-ffibe top-cut (of a loaf), -ftation terminus, 
-jhmelfe final syllable, -flittet a terminal. -fh|Ife 
end piece, -ta?« rectum, -tittfeg suffix, postfix. 
-tr« end-grain, -benbe vt turn upside down, 
capsize; pnt the back part foremost, A, turn 
end for end. -birliiittø final efi^ect. -boFol end 
Towel. -»«t end-wall. 

^hlbi'bie c en'dive, Cichorium endivia. 

tt«b|nii»bre adv still less, -mn' adv yet, as 
yet, still, even now; .. en Zing one thing more; 
. en 9aaq once more, once again, over again; 
. ea Øonø faa ^ot as big again; . i dftermibbag 
ftBe I«nøete flben) only this aftemon, (allerebe) 
this very a.; .. i forrige Karb. as late as the last 
century; . minbre stUl less, even less, -o'ø, 
-NTfaa even. 

iNbo^mo'fe e endosmosis. 



<iiibo9fe'|vc vt endorse, back, -mettt' n, -'vittø 
c endorsement, -nt' c -et endorser. 

iiiibra'øtiø a harmonious, -l^eb o harmony, 
concord. 

*<|iibffab end, termination. 

9vh\fttuV conj though, although, notwith« 
standing, albeit, -'bibere rarther, again; -'bbcr* 
mere still farther, stUl more. 

<ilie -t juniper, JunipevM» oommunu. -bav 
J. leaves. 

Unt a k adv alone, by one's self; (Inn) only; 
. 00 alene solely; . og alene fot at for the sole 
purpose of. -bejfalenbe a sole In command, -be' 
vettløet a: b«te . til have the monopoly el. 
exclusive privilege of. -bo n fe -bolig, -boev o 
't anchorite, hermit, recluse; (^al) solitaire, 
Didu» Bolitariu: -bocrfib solitary life, hermit's 
life, -boerffe o -t hermitess, anchoress, -balig 
hermitage, -bruø sole use. 

iSnthat n Juniper berry, -buff fe dne. -brombe* 
bin gin, (bebfie) Hollands. -oHe juniper-oil. -rig 
fe 9nt: -trie juniper- tree. 

<iiie|fo(|attbIev sole seller el. vendor, -(anbef 
monopoly, 'htttt sole master, autocrat. -Iierre* 
b^ntme, -(crfiab sole sway, autocracy. -I^etffer, 
•i^erffrrliibc absolute monarch; sovereign, -jagt 
exclusive right of sporting, -fantb single combat. 
-tonge sole king, -fib solitaiy life, -ntagt 
sovereignty, -ntegtig fe -raabig. 

Untmittttt pi precincts, domain. 

(Untpl^t c maid of all work, general (servant). 

*«iter (Ztoe) fe «ne. 

<iiie|r -e one, unit, -raabmbe, -raabfg a 
uncontrolled (master), -««abiglieb independent 
power, -ret, -rettigl^eb monopoly, exclusive 
right el. privilege, -retdbcbitting monopoly. 

Untxqi' e en'ergy. (incr'giff a energetic, 
earnest: — adv energetically. 

(inerqeber o sole owner. 

iiiicrif n juniper twigs, «dhterlong decoction 
of juniper. 

^erbe'r|e vt ener'vate. -ing c enerva'tlon. 

(ined vd agree. 

dnclfamtaie private conversation, -flaaeiibe 
a solitary; (enefle i fit ©I.) unique, exceptional, 
phenomenal, isolated; et . stands by itself. 

dntftt a only, sole, single; ilfe en • not one; 
i!te en - ©tjetne not one (single el. solitary) 
star; en - (Øang only once; ben - the only (one), 
the one; be . the only (ones); . i ftt 6(ag8 
unique, only one of its kind; ^bet . every 
(single); ^wt -. en every one, (all) to a man; 
bet . the only thing; bet . mætlelige beb the 
only remarkable thing about; Bet ^ ban nu babbe 
at tt) til the only (el. one) recource left to 
him; ban bat ~ ©atn he was an only child. 
t-gaorb isolated farm (outside of the village). 
t-fHttiiig fieirthing. 

iiiielfttic private room, -ftbnnonb only mate. 

(inetagcf a one-storied. 

(deltale soliloquy, monologue; fe -fanttale. 
-Kbfalg sole vendors, -boiibrittg solitary walk. 
•bolbdqerre absolute monarch, -bolbf^erre» 
b^ntwc absolute rule, autocracy, -bolbdtomge 
absolute king, -bofbømagt absolute power. 
•botbdregerimg absolute government, -batbe fe 
-boIbSmagt. -bafbig a absolute, uncontrolled. 
-birrelfe fe -flue. 

d'njat^tt a one coloured. 

dhtftle're vt enflla'de. 

CE nifolb (Holkigleb) o simpUcIty. -fal'bia a 
simple, silly; en . @talfe( a simpleton; -e fom 
Suet bibl harmless as doves, -forbigl^eb o sim- 
plicity, silliness, -fr^bfabet a monocotyled'on- 
ous. -frøet a one-seeded, monospermous. -tab- 
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(ing a Darrow; -ere fio restricted, drcum- 
Bcribed. 

dng c -f meadow. 

<iiigagc|meiit' n enga'gement, (af 6agføret) 
retainer, -'re vi engage, (Sagføret) retain. 
•'ring c fe -ment. -Hiigdtttrcaii general agency. 

(inaang' adv (en enlelt (Øang) once, on one 
occasion; (i ^o^^nt) once, one day, sometime; 
(een Zib) at one time; (t Bhremtiben) one day (or 
other), sometime; bet bar « once upon a time 
there was, e(. there was once; forefiil %tm . 
well! imagine; ifte - not even; tænf - only 
think; f ommer ^e enbelig . here yon are at last; 
. imellem now and then, sometimes; . faa meget 
as much again; fe (Øana. 

(ingjBlomme globe flower, Trdliu» twropoem». 
-Bfontft meadow flower. 

dnglrtyflet o. fl. fe «ng*. 

dnglbttttb meadow land, t-bronirittg fe 9Ri«b' 
urt. -bttrfnittg meadow culture. 

(Sngel c -gle angel. 

dngeUborg the CJastle of Saint Angelo. 

(Sngclff a English; paa . in English; . Obet< 
fætteife £. translation, Englishing; ben -e IHrfe 
the Anglican Church, the Church of England; 
-^ Sorb rotten-stone; . fiocbet sateen; ^ $Iaflei 
court-plaster, sticking p.; . 6alt (Epsom) salts; 
• 6beb sweating sickness; • ®Qge rickets; fom 
libet af . 6i)ge rickety; . Xæppe British carpet. 
•amerila'itff Anglo-American, '^i^t^t a china 
blue, -^aitft' a Anglo-Danish; . Orbbog English 
and Danish dictionary, -^raiift' Anglo-French 
(0. fi.). -»«9 thrift, Armerta, 

ChigctfTlmanb Englishman, amr Britisher; ^ 
blackwall hitch. -v«bt brown-red. -fiiilet a 
Pro-English, k c Anglophil. 

t^ttgelffon; angelica. 

(ingellftfb c polypody, t-mrt fe -ffæt. 

(Nglgntnb fe -bunb. -gvad meadow grass. 
•ba«»(e) bush-harrow. -I|a»e enclosed meadow. 
-QaHre meadow oat -grass, Avena pratenn: 
-f't^Btm plot of grass land. 

(Ng^» o contracted feet. 

(Sttgll^ (natural grasses-)meadow-hay. -^ø»! 
mole-plough, -tarfc cuckoo-flower, Octrdamine 
prateMit. •noftcv water-avens, veum rivale. 
•fUDev meadow trefoil. -lanb fe -bunb. 

dnglanb n England. 

(inglclagtig fe (ig. -iant little angel, -front, 
-gob a good, sweet as an angel, -frowlicb, -gob* 
(eb angelic goodness e(. sweetness. -I^oiicb areh 
cherub's head, -tor chorus of angels, (ingle • 
llg a angelic, dngfejjfi» blissfta life. -loren 
auffelol'ogy. -magcrfce o -r baby-f)armer(ess). 
•ntUb a angelically mild, -ren a pure as an 
angel, -r^ angelic voice, -fang song of 
angels, -ftaf angelic soul, -ffare host of 
angels, -flon a angelically beautiftil. -fniil 
angelic smile, -flemnte fe -cofl. -»inger angel's 
wings. 

dngfiferje vt (en 4>efl) dock, -ing e docking, 
dnglirnber e t, -in'be e -r Englishman, English- 
woman. 

dnginanrte fe ©ang». *-Uf streaked field 
•garlic, Allium oleraeeum. -nettu(e) ragged robin, 
Lvckme Jlo9 cueuli, -nettilerob fr -nafter. 'p\%tt, 
•piifiiatU titlark. -)i(antc meadow-plant. -riMP* 
grietf smooth meadow grass, Poa pi^eneie. 

(ingro 'f I forretning wholesale business, -(anb* 
Icnbe w. dealer, 'ptit w. price, trade-p. 

(Inglffifte meadow lot. •(e)ftirr saw-wort, 
Serratuia. -fnarre fe 9agte(fonge. -ft|emc bird's 
eye primrose, Primula farinoaa. -fh|tfe fe -ffifte. 
-foingel meadow fescue-grass. Feetuca prateneie. 
•f9re common sorrel, Bumex acetosa. -nfb 



cotton-grass, Eriophorum, -»anbing irrigation 
of meadows. 

dnglbiol marsh e(. bog violet, Viola pahiMri$. 

^'nbannet i mouandrous. 

dnlcrmo'niff a enharmon'ic(al). 

Q^'nlbcb e -ec unity; ((tgenftaben) oneness, (1 
ftomporttionen) fUslon; (Qhiet) unit. -|»eMti«rt 
work of unification, -(eftg* one-horse. *-^nIer 
c -e unicyde. -^ming c unioom; fe Stat^. 
-(omet a unlcomous. -(otict a whole-hoofed. 

(Snl)tier' pron every; (nabni. en^oec ifær, enl^wi 
af 6(flgO each; (tun fubflantibifT) every one, 
everybody, any one, anybody; alle og .. every- 
body. 

UnftætnUt a one-handed. 

(inig a (om flere) unanimous; tea et . meb ^ 
I agree with him, am at one with him; bsre . 
(om, om at) be agreed (about, that); blitM . 
come to an agreement el. to terms; bltoe .. on 
agree el. contract for; bære . meb ^g felb have 
made up one's mind; bleb . meb mig fdb on 
resolved within myself. -|^b e concord, har- 
mony, union, agreement. 

dning e agreement, -i-dningdorb paxole. 

dnlanfllit' o encaust'io. -'ifl a encaustic. 

dnte c -t widow; widow-bird, Vidua; fibbe . 
live in widowhood; efterlabet fig .. leaves a 
widow, -aar years of widowhood, -io vridow^i 
estate, -bolig widow's e(. dowager mansion; 
widows* asylum. -Bmb widow bride, -bngt 
widow's weeds, -bronning queen dowager, 
(JNngen« TOober) queen mother, -fme widow 
-ladv, dowager (iRe fom Xitel), -tadfe widow's 
fhnd. -Ibinbc bibl widow woman. 

*(intef a simple, plain, -(eb o plainness. 

dnlett a single; (tffe fammenfat) simple; (feet* 
egen, pecfonlig) individual; (enfom) solitary; . 
SRennefte single man; en og anben ^ ftbinbe in- 
dividual women; et . IBinb (af en fRafte) an odd 
volume; en * 9ang once in a way; bo« - every 
single el. individual; -e some, a few; ingen . 
SRanb no one (single) man; -e Oemænninger a 
few (stray) remarks; nogle -e (Bange occadonally, 
ben -e the individual; i ^bert -t xilfælbe in each 
individual case: i bette -e Zilfælbe in this partic- 
ular case; gaa i bet -e enter into details, -ieff«' 
fin t jack snipe, Judcock, Soolopax oallinula, 
«common snipe, S. gallinapo. -billet single 
(Journey) ticket, -bren single letter, -kirmr 
single-decked vessel. -birRet a single-decked. 
•gam single yam. -(eb e singleness, simple- 
ness; (pi -er) detail, particular, incident, -^be 
4, single altitude, 'fnupptt a shiglebreasted. 
-ntanb the individual, -rebet a single-reefed. 
«-ftining fe dntftt'. -flaaenbe a isolated, -til 
the singular (number), -birf enke a single-acting 
e(. -action, -bid cuiv singly, -bøtfen individual. 

(inte|nianb widower. -manbSfhinb widower- 
hood, -nianbffltb knock on the Ainny-bone. 
•nenion widow's pension, -feng widowed bed. 
•flano widowhood, -fabe dowager seat el. man- 
sion; t fe -ftonb. 

(S'njHmblabet a fe -frøblabet. -Hong unison, 
concord. -Unnet a unisexual. 

(Sntla'be o -t part shut in by foreign territory. 

dntiivift a enclitic; . Orb enclitic. 

0'n|tn{)l|»ebe pi ^ monadelphia. -Tom one 
-grained wheat, Triticum monocoecum. 

(i'niig a lone, solitary, single, lonely, lone- 
some; ben -e Stanb the single state, celibacy, 
joe single blessedness; to -e ffoll a married 
couple without children, -(eb c ((infom^j 
loneliness, solitude; (ugift Stanb) celibacy. 

Q^'njntafiet a single-masted, -mcegtig a, chem 
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Eb passsBt ln passing, by the way; « @Iaø 
(SfaO taking in passing. 

^ttlnt« privacy; i • In private, privately. 
-ntmttft a ^ one-^^lled. 

(fad a<(/ & adv Identical, the same; fe (Sniq; 
bet er miø øonffe . It is aU one to me; alle Søt* 
nene øoa . flsbte the children are all dressed 
alike; * . VSrenbe particularly, on purpose. 
-«Ttrt a homogeneous, of the same species. 
•onrtipcb « homogeneousness. -beligfciibe a 
(tSmfler) opposite (angles), -bettibettbe a syn- 
onymous. (-HbonX 'htmntt, -fomtet a uniform. 

CNfott'bfe n ensemble, whole, entirety, ag- 
grmte. 

v'ttiifomet a of one colour; . 1S)Tdgt dittos. 
•føTWig a unllbrm, monotonous, same, un 
diTersined. -fønuigljeb c uniformity, monotony, 
sameness -(eb o sameness, unity, identity. 

(S'v'flbet a one-sided, «^big a partial, one 
-Bided, unilateral, f all one way, (om ^ecfon 
ogf.) of one idea; ^ unilateral, secund. -fibig« 
|rb c partiality, one-sidedness. 

CNIiia'ge c en'silage, storage in pits of fodder 
for cattle. 

9'u\ftétLtt a univalve; be -be the univalves. 
^frUliag fe dhtefte*. 

Hi'méH% fe QrUig. 

d'ttdlliggrsbe fe -betiggenbe. -Itybenbe a of a 
simiUr sound, consonous. -Ubet a of one 
colour 

d'ttlfo« a lonely, lonesome, lone, solitary; 
bee bliber foa -t, noar we shall be so lonely 
when -fømlicb c solitude, loneliness, '\ptnihtt 
e -e (^eft) a single horse (put to a vehicle). 
-f|»««beniogtt one-horse el. single-horsed chaise 
el. cart. 

Ø'iiifittbet a of one mind. 

d'nlfliibclfed' monosyllabic. -HabelfeSorb mo- 
nosyllable, one-syllable word, -ftebd somewhere. 
-#mfg a unanimous; mut for one voice; unison, 
in onLson. -ftentntigt adv unanimously, with 
one voice eL accord; mut in unison, -^entwig' 
|cb e unanimousness. -Htcget, -Ihr^get c middle 
e, e with one stroke. 

^Ii9|t1|big a synonymous, convertible, -ttfblg- 
|cb c synonymy, -bimget a homopterous; -ebe 
pi homopters, homoptera. 

d'ttfirbet a having one seat. 

9muhltmtut' n entablature. 

d'mtal n the singular (number). 

9mttu eonf either; (^bob) . bet er rigtigt el. 
gait whether (it be) right or wrong. 

fctbolbe [t.J joe, fe «fboibe. 

9mna'% e gentian, baldmoyne. 

CNtlrbigc, -Ife [t.] fe «fftebige. 

^ii|Uiitr»c]g a one-inch. 

(i«loniB|l9'a e -ec entomol'ogist. -logi' o en- 
tomol'ogy. -lo'giff a entomolog'ical. 

^mtBiiig a monotonous, -leo e monotony 

9nt9UUti'å [fr.l o sun-shade, small umbrella. 

9ntrt vt k i (flatre) ascend, climb; .«2^ • op i 
Hejsningen mount the rigging; . ub Coaa en 9iaa) 
lay out (upon a yard); ^ tnb ^aa, en dtaa) lay in 
(oiT a yard); ret f)enbtligt Sttb) board; fom fan -8 
boardable. -Hf(e) pole-axe, tomahawk, -bom« 
■cr fire booms, -britg grappling*iron. 

(Htré c -er (gorfhie) entiy, (entrance-)hall, 
lobby; (flbgang) admission, admittance; admls- 
eloomoney; <9ai i -en hall gass. -billet admis- 
sion-ticket, -lurgte latch-key. 

9«ttv<btt't [fr.J n crora-caper, cut. 

Qstrega^ pi boarders, -bage grapple. 
-«MbfTobet the boarders, «net boarding-nett- 
hig. -yig, -Irtte boarding-pike. 

«mtrc»o't Ifr.] n bonded-warehouse, entrepot. 

99Xtt\pxtuani* a enterpri'sing. -)nretu'r c -er 

£arfen: 2)anft«(lngelft Orbbog. 



enterpri'ser, undertaker; (af Vrbejbe, fieberance) 
contractor. -I^rl'fe c -r en'terprise. 

(Entring c -er J^ boarding, -dforf^g attempt 
at boarding. 

(S'nitiirig a ^aa% single lock, t-bangdbntg 
one-course system. •-bW a fe dgenfinbig. 

dhttnflag'lmc e enthu'siasm. -t' c -er enthu'- 
slast. -tiff a enthusias'tic. 

(Sttbobé c -er en'voy. 

dnlbarblg fe -mægtig, -ejet a one-eyed, 'ttti 
a one- eared. 

(Spat'tc -r ep'act. 

QptmXtt' e -ter ep'aulet, shoulder-strap, 
shoulder-knot 

C^paulettcftor e red-winged starling, AgéUnw 
phænieeus. 

C^bicbf'lel c -ner eplcy'cle. -(øfbe o -r eplcy'- 
clold. 

(Spibclnti' c -er epidem'ic. -'mift a epldem'- 
ic(al). 

CEpiber'mfg e epide'rmis, ep'iderm. 

dpigo'ner pi eplg'oni. 

(Ebigram' n -mer ep'igram. -bigter epigram'- 
matist. -ma'tifT a eplgrammat'ic(al). 

apittt e -e ep'ic poet. 

Qpitnta'ln c -e Ep'icure, Epicu'rean. -iff a 
Epicurean, -if 'mc c ep'icurism. 

(EbUeblfi' c ep'ilepsy, &lling sickness, -'titer 
c -e epilep'tic. -'tiflf u epileptic(al). 

(Ebuo'g c -er ep'ilogua 

9p\ft a ep'lc; . S)igt epic (poem). 

Q^b{HO|»a'i « episcopal. 

(|^i»ito'b|e c -r episode, -ift a episod'ical. 

C^pifl'et c -filer epistle. 

dpita'f n -er epitaph. 

(E|»itbc'( n epithelium. 

ebiti'etott n -ta ep'ithet. 

dpo'be c -r ep 'ode. 

dpo'fe c -r ep'och; gøre - form an era. -g«- 
renbe a epoch-making. 

^opé c -er epopæ'ia, ep'opee. 

9'pi>i n ep'ic, ep'os. 

dr [ff] iea er, fe Ⱦre. 

(Er' c fe ^v. 

drag'tc vt rule. (Eragtnlttg c rule. 

CErbar'melig [t.] a miserable. 

(Erettioiidpateiit deed of entall. 

(Eremit' c er he'rmit, anchorite, -bolig her- 
mitage, -frcbg hermit-crab, Pagurw. 

iSx^a'tt (imp ogf. erfor) vt experience, (faa ot 
bibe) leam, ascertain, understand, -u a ex- 
perienced. -Hlicb c experience. 

(Erfa'ring c -er experience, practice; -en ex- 
perience; tomme til « om, bringe i - get informa- 
tion of, come to the knowledge of, learn; tale 
af ^ speak from e.; ieg beb af forgelig ~ I know 
to my cost. — (Erfaringdl begreb empirical idea. 
-beoiø proof from experience, -gev^anb subject 
of experience, -treb» sphere of (one's) experi- 
ence, -tnnbflab empirical knowledge, -mieffig 
a empirical, -fittiiiiig empirical maxim, -ber' 
ben external world, -oibciiflab empirical science. 

tdrgang'en o [t.] passed (judgment). 

^rbotjb'c vt obtain, get; ~ fig b. f.; (mobtage) 
receive, -bell g a obtainable, (gorbring) recover- 
able, -belfe c obtaining etc., obtainment. 

(Erljberb' n trade, livelihood; f fe elfe. (Er* 
(berb|e vt acquire, earn, gain, -elfe o acquiring, 
etc., acquisition, acquirement. — (Erl)berbg|brift 
instinct of acquisition, -gren branch of Industry. 
-HIbe source of gain, means of livelihood e(. 
subsistence, support, dependence. -U9 a un- 
employed. -Udl^eb c want of employment. 
-birffømbcb industry. 

(Erielf^en Lake Erie, -fanalett the £. C^nal. 

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dtita o ^ eri'ca. 

(tvildgale o royal progress. 

iitinhlttvt remember, recollect, call to mind; 
(om) remind, put ln mind (of); faatiibt jeg tan . 
to the best of my recollection; ^at>e nt at - 
have St to say; man maa . let it be remembered. 
(+-reii), -rimg c -er remembrance; recollection, 
leminiscenoe; (^aaminbeUe) admonition (aHe : om 
of); (®at)e) keepsake; tit . om in memory of; 
^aDc t . bear in mind; bringe i . remind of, 
bring to memory. — dtinhtina^lbca memoran- 
dum-book, «traft memory, -frrimelfc monitory 
letter, -tegn memorial, token of remembrance, 
keepsake. 

imiit'it^etiie the Erinnyes. 

Me» pro/ (forlioerlenbeS arrant, the veriest; 
(førfl el. fomemft) arch. Mftop, -lifl» arch-bishop. 
•iiiiø|»|»elio a archieplBCopal. -tif)leb«««e arch- 
bisnopric. -begn ajchdeacon. -Imit a amaz- 
ingly stupid, -bmiitlieb amazing stupidity, -otgcl 
archangel, -flettbc, -flenbe archenemy, -f« 
arrant fool, •falveiie the patriarchs. -ga»t^» 
airant knave, -l^ertitg archduke. -l)ertitgb«»me 
archdukedom, -lertitgclig a archducal. -^ertug« 
iMht archduchess, -tviom arrant coward. 'tttU 
ttittg fe -gat)tt)t). -ffrtter rank heretic. -Ugne« 
arch-liar, -«at arrant fool, -ftalnt arch rogue, 
•ilift archdiocese, -ittbt archiepiscopal see. 
•totfe fe -fæ. -tt)» arrant thief. 

(htenh'\t vt acknowledge, own, admit, le- 
oognise, (for Hg felo) feel; (fatte) apprehend, com- 
prehend, -elfe acknowledgment, admittance, 
cognition, recognition; apprehension, compre- 
hension, understanding; oringe en ttl • af nt 
bring st home to one. -t-cit o apprehension. 
-tfig a thankfhl, grateful. -tligl)el o gratefulness, 
thankftilness, acknowledgments pi. 

i$ttiat'\t vt declare; . en foe declare one to 
be, post one as; -4 alminbelia fot is generally 
voted; - fig (fri) propose, declare one's self; - 
fig for en declare for e(. in ftivour of one; - fig 
ff^Ibig, itte ftqlbig plead guilty, not guilty; . 
img declare war; -be (Englanb img declared war 
against el. on £.; . i ØMgete Wt put under the 
ban of the empire; en -t ^abet af an avowed 
enemy to. -ing o -er declaration; opinion; certi- 
ficate; bipIomattfC . note; offentlig . manifest, 
public declaration, statement. 

QttttfU'^iqt (t vt inform) vr ^g om Inquire about 
el. into, make inquiry after. 

fOtttam^'t [t] fe dima. 

QttU -t wagtail, MotaciUa, 

QttUtq'%t vt pay down, disburse, -ffe c pay- 
ment, disbursement. 

<ifiia'r|e vt maintain, support, (ft)fifO nourish; 
F cater, -elfe o fe -tng. -et c -e supporter, 
maintainer, breadwinner, -ing o maintenance, 
support; nourishment, med nutrition, -ingdlioet 
nutrition, -inggørgatt organ of nutrition, -ingg* 
tilftanb (state of) nutrition. 

(Eiro'ire v( conquer, -t^ft fe (EtobringS«. (JNoBvev 
c -e conqueror. (IhrobHttg c -et conquering, con- 
quest. — QrobHngdjtrlg war of conquest. -Hfl^ 
-ft)ge passion for conquest, -ret right of c. 
-toj invasion for conquest. 

drofio'« ero'sion. drøfU'mØbol valley of 
erosion. 

Qtto'\tift a erot'ic(al); - S)igt erot'ic (poem). 
•tit love, love-making. 

Ctrta'Hfi a errat'Ic(al). 

(jfrre vt dtttt, fe 3tre, 3rret. 

(Ktftat'ltc vt (bet manglenbe) replace (the want 
of); (aioe draining) compensate (one for el. 
something), indemnify (one for), make good, 
make up for. -telig a reparable, -nlttg c -et 
compensation, Indemnification, damages. — 



Ctrftatittngtltralii claim for compensation; g«ie 
• gælbenbe sue for compensation, claim damages, 
•tiligt liability. -pll%U% a liable (to make com- 
pensation), -ftfgdntaitl action for damages. 

*^iittt vt tease, -ttol, -fHtfe o teaser. 

(Stii c ore, metal, -acre metallic vein, -lølbig 
a containing ore, metalline. 

Srlyt^e'm n eiythema. 

(Kg- n: i fit . in high spirits; tfle i fit . out 
of sorts, not himself; feg et itte tigtig i nth . I 
don't feel quite myself. 

Sd n (* ogf. o) -fet ace; fet ode ambsaoe; -fet 
fjerbe ace three small ones. 

a»' mtu E fiat, -ed E double flat. 

Qfai'a» Isai'ah. 

Qihuat (Xømt.) 8-rounding, 

(Sfdiel n zaffir. 

ddbrago'« dragons wort, tarragon, ArtmMa 
Dracuncultu. -ebbile tarragon vinegar. 

Sfing fe d^Sfing. 

(SfTa bte c -t ^ squad'ron. -i|ef commander 
-in-chief, commodore, dftabro'tt e -et squadron, 
dftabroiid'i^ef major. 

(Sflamøte're vt fe IBott'. 

Pat'pt c -t esca'rp, sca'rp. 
into' c -et Esquimau, pi -auz. 
orte c ea'cort. -'re vt esco'rt. -'ring c 
esco'rtlng. 

(SSo'terift a esoter'ic. 

d^l^aUe't n -et espalier; (om Vtftt.) (doable) 
row. <Sf|»aIie'r|e vt espal'ier, nail, -fmgt wall 
-fhiit. -»«g fhiit-wall. 

(Sf|»arfet'(te) e sainfoin, OnobrychU »ativa, 

døHlona'be c -t esplanade. 

dgfe c -t forge, ftimace. -tofi sprinkle, "ftmtå 
sweepings of ramaoes. 

(Sdfenl' c -et es'sence. 

(fdfetrng n smithy-trough. 

t^dfig a P ftissy, sharp. 

(Egfing -et gunwale. -SpUmlt sheer-stiake. 

(Eflata'be c -t stockade. 

(Sftflanb n Estho'nia. -(anbft a, -tonbet e -e 
Esthonian. 

(Eflrabe c -t estra'de, stand. 

dftragon fe SSbtogon. 

9t k eet fe (£n one. -aarig a of one year, 
-aard a one year old. 

Qtablteee vt establish; . fig settle, -(e'ring e, 
-liéfentent' n -et establishment. 

Vta'ge c -t story, floor, flat; i neber^ . on 
the ground- floor; anben . the first fioor, amr 
the second story, ({ Zeat.) second cir<de d. 
tier, upper dress-circle; øvétfle . fia (6obcbet) 
the upper story; en fnnit . a fine suit ofrooms. 
-'te c -t canterbury, etagere, whatnot, (til Robet) 
music-stand. 

diamXW [ft.] n tammy. 

9itLp[pyt -t halting-place. 

^ia't -et service, vtatteaob o -et (titular) 
councellor of state. 

(itb«r n herb paris. Pari» quadrifolia. 

m^i^tti fe (i^^oet. 

(Stif c eth'ics pi. (j^'tift a eth'ic. 

dtitet'te e etiquette, conventionality; (SebbeO 
label, -'re vt label. 

Otniaal n ^ 24 hours; (fBefHI) day's work. 
^tmaa\&ptn$!t day's pav. 

(StnolgraT o -et ethnog'rapher. -fttfi' • 
ethnog'raphy. -gtafift a etnograph'ic. 

Cttnt'lriff, -ft'iff a, -ft'ev o Etruscan, Etrurian. 

Q^tfct (f^Ioben) the Adige. 

(Etiflebf adv somewhere, -tal (number) one, 
unit. 

dtn'be e -t stud'y, exercise. 

dtni' n -et case. 

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a etymolog'ical. 

(fnfcmidjm'c c -r eu'phemism. -ft'ifr a eu- 
phemi£t'ic(al). 

9mUt%ia c ^ spurge. 

(i«fT«t c the Euphra'tes. 

iSn^e'u Euge'ne. 

Chmrafbeme the Furies, the Eomen'ides. 

9uunV c -er eu'nuch. 

itut9'p\ti n Eu'rope. -«'et c -e, -øtiflaBuro- 
pe'an- . 9iudIoii( RussIa in Europe. 

Unna'^ifl 8{øT Eustachian tube. 

Htfa Eve. -bMler daughter of Eve. 

<Hcr«c'|re vr evac'uate. -ring '- evacua'tlon. 

(Honøe'iliff a evangeric(al). -(ifl' c -etevan'- 
gelifit. -lUi» n -ier gospel; WattiKci ~ the 
gospel according to 8t. Matthew. 

(iymtn.a'titer adv even'tually. -afitc't c -et 
contingency, -el' a even'tual. 

99tuV9t n, p^ =, (^ænbelfe) adven'ture; (gof 
taOingj (Cairy-, nursery-) tale, (flre-side) story; 
ioa ub paa . go in search of adventures, go 
seek adventures; t paa eget > at his own risk. 
•flgtiø a fimclftil, unreal, -biøtev story-teller. 

99tnitt'\tt vr fig venture, -rer c -e adven'- 
turer. -'rerffe c -t adven'turess. 

C!iemtt)r|f»rfaiter, -ftrtfrntr \t -bigter. -tømebie 
laiiy comedy, dnmtli'rfiø a romantic, marvel- 
loos Untnt^'tUakth e adventurousneas; (^or- 
mibeiltø^b) marvellousness. (Sneiitlyrlferbeii fairy 
land. 

9*ttt e -et wherry-boat. 

dtH^jnid' c obviousness; til . to demonstra- 
tion, -ent' a ev'ident. 

*^'ie c -r eddy; creek. 

ittia a eternal, perpetual, everlasting; bet -e 
Sib lile eternal el. everlasting; ben -e ^orbøni' 
Btelfe perdition; ben -e 3ib everlasting fire; ben 
-e 6ne perpetual el. perrennial snow; ben -e @tab 
the eternal dty; ben -e ^»be the wandering 
Jew; . 6fal perpetual check; til . Zib to all 
eternity; gaoet til fit -e |>jem, ben -e ^oile gone 
to his long home; bet Dilbe Doere en > Stabe It 
would be a thousand pities; for . for ever (and 
ever), eternally; ^wt -e en ievery mother's son 



(of them); ^oer -e Wat every mortal night; — 
adv (og altib) eternally, for ever; F ben er - gob 
that will do wonderf^il. -ølab a P Jolly, -gr^it 
a evergrreen. -I|cb c eternity; ^oot i al * et bet 
muligt? how ln the name of wonder Is It pos- 
sible; en (^e() > an age, (untold) ages; albtig i . 
never; bibl i oDe -et, inbtil -ei9 . world without 
end. -Iiebdfeløntll everlasting, goldylocks, Ona- 
pkalium. -^cbdftme endless screw, -tiarenbe « 
everlasting, eternal. 



SoiM'bcuø a continual, perpetual; adv eter- 

.. all ■ ' ■ ■ 

for ever. 



nally, 



eternity, -l^eb c fe Soig^eb; i en 



(Sølic c -t ability, power, faculty; (92aab) means; 
^ . til at has the faculty of ing, has it in 
him to; gobe -et good parts; bet obetgaat min . 
that exceeds my ability, it is beyond my reach; 
eftet - according to one's means; to the best of 
one's ability, dmiie vt k i he able, have the 
abmty. -U9 a without ability; without means 
el. fortune. -U91)eb incapacity, -rig a gifted, 
talented. 

HitøinHø'n -et evolution, -tcørieii the e. 
theory. 

9iantftt'm n exanthema, -a'tift Xt^fuS spotted 
typhus. 

Qfsccfjleii'ce c ex'cellence, ex'cellency. -lent 
a excellent. -I e re vi excel'. 

QEscen'terjrittø exoentric ring, -ffine e. (wheel). 
-flang e. rod. -»«ttbrinø throw of e. 

(Esceiijtricite't c eccentric'Ity. -ri!' c eccen'- 
tric. -rtCfltmø fe djcentet«. -rifl a eccentric. 

dlttptio'u e -et jur demurrer. 

(i£cer|»|e're vt extract', -c'ring c extraction. 
-t' c -et ex'tract. -tiog commonplace-book. 

d^ced'fer pi outrages. 

^£ci|>e'rc v% demur. 

Osege'ife e exegesis, -tiff a exeget'ic(al). 

(Eser'øue o exergue. 

(Estøi'tel a exigible. 

Exteiso: in . in detail; at length, at large. 

(iSterritoria'iret exterritorial'ity. 

iS^rtHitl Eze'kiel. 

ig^ttiai Hezekiah. 



i. 



&. f [«D « -fw OBogfi. & mw) P, f; abbr: f. — 
Ifbt born; f. «. = forrige «at last year; f. d. -» 
for (Itiemyd for instance, e. g.; ^bft. a 9ietbing> 
tot; ff. «s følgenbe the following; fftb. ■« forften» 
Merenbe late; f. 91. >« forrige Waaneb last month, 
nit.; %m. » ^tmibbag forenoon, a. m.; f. n. «b 
ft« neben from bottom; f. o. :» fta oben from 
top; %x., ^. «= 5t«fen Miss. 

9kui a few; forte fewer; fættefl fewest; nogle - 
a few; aie . not a few; nogle • uboalgte a select 
d. chosen few; nogle ganffe - a very few; - eHet 
^aatn few, if any; meb . Otb in a few words, 
briefly. 

JM«, fif, faa(e)t vt (i «Im.) get; (mobtage) re- 
ve; (opnaa) obtain, gain; (et^oetoe) acquire; 
F 5Du ffal - 1 have at you ! lob o« - libt ghrofofl 
let us have some break&st; jeg fit et IBreb I had 
t letter; *^ fig take; - Unoet bring forth, pro- 
duce young; - Aoatoe whelp; - 5«! foal; - (Prife 
pig, fiwrrow; - Sam lamb; - 8»n fom forftplbt el. 



fin fottiente Bøn be rightly served, get one's 
desert; . 9ob^b, «fftt) for take a liking, an 
aversion to; . £t)fi tit take a fletncy to; jeg ^ 
-et min ^afte tepotetet I have had my coat 
mended; naot jeg -t IBogen læft when I shall 
have read the book; jeg -t bel (at) gøte bet I 
suppose I shall have to do it; bet -t bære fom 
bet bif be that as it may; bet -t at bcete let that 
pass; bet -t boere tiUabt at it must be allowed 
to; . at fe get a sight of; bi -t at fe we shall 
see; * ^an -t fpife ^ he is allowed to eat fish; 
** bu -t bltbe ^iemme you must stay at home; . 
nt at bibe el. ^te hear, learn st, be informed of 
St: ^n tunbe flet itte faa ben Xante a f Aobebet he 
never could divest himself of the idea; . en 
fta nt turn one's mind from st; . et Otb ft em 
utter a word, get in a word; - igen recover, 
regain, (@maapenge) receive (in) change; .meb 
not to leave el. omit; fif ^am meb made him 
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one do st; . til at If set one laughing; |eg (an 
il(e . bet til I cannot get on with It; jeg (an 
i((e . nt ub af bet I can make nothing of it. 

^arfotngt a vain; adv ln vain. «Icb c 
paucity, fewness- -Hfiinbig a Ignorant. +-llnibig' 
^eb c ignorance. *-iitaU a \t -orbig. ^-ntcnibt a 
fe -taøiø. *-itt)tte: til ^ to little purpose, -orblg 
a taciturn, chary of words. 

^Mt n, pi =, sheep, (^unbt^ret) ewe; et bræg« 
tiat . a ewe with lamh. — ^avt\tt%ti% a sheep- 
ish, -onfiat sheepish face. 'Wft breed of sheep. 
-ao( breeding of sheep. -Ion shoulder of mutton, 
-bremd trumpet-fly, Oestnu ovit. t-breng shep- 
herd boy. -fio! flock of sheep, -ftynber fluke, 
DUUma hepaticum. -fo(b sheepfold. -gradgang 
sheepwalk. -g^bitlKg, *-g«bfeI sheep's dung. 
•l)iorb flock of sheep. -l)o(b sheep-fiu-mlng, 
breeding of sheep; number of sheep kept. -l|obeb 
fiff blockhead, ninny. -^UKb shepherd's dog, 
sheep-dog. ffui sheep-cot. -l^lyrbe shepherd, 
-fl&tbinbe shepherdess, -(tiiming sheep-shearing. 
-tlt|i)ier sheep-shearer, -(tone sheep-bell, •flitbev 
bibl sheep's clothing, -tcpptv tag-sore. -(^Hing 
cricket, Oryllu«. -tob mutton. t-(4lle leg of 
mutton, 'taax fe -(»ne. t-IegW thrift, ilrmerta. 
•tCbcr sheep's liver. -lud sheep-tick, Hippohonca 
OVX9. t-maaueb April. -ntffK sheep's milk. 
-nqre sheep's kidney, «oil sheep's milk cheese. 
'pti% (^aaretS $eie) fleece; (fJfaarefrinbSpelS) sheep- 
skin Jacket el. coat, -race breed of sheep, -fabct 
saddle of mutton, -fatd shears. -f(ab scab (on 
sheep), -ffiitb sheepskin, t-fx April snow, 
••fob polyporus. -itafb, -fH sheep-cot, -pen, 
-fold, -fteg leg of mutton, -fblngcl sheep's 
fescue-grass, Feituca ootna. -f l|ge (^08 fjootet) rot; 
(bod 9]^enneflet) mumps, -nt a sheepish, «taljl 
mutton tallow, -tunge sheep's tongue; t fe IBei* 
breb. -tqb sheep-stealer. •tbberi sheep-stealing. 
•t«ge fe -Uxi. -tt(b sheep^s wool. -HaflniKg 
sheep-washing. 

Oraa'^lftlyrc oligarchy. -tateRbe a fe -orbig. 
-tallig a small in number, -tolligbeb fe gfaa^eb. 
-batbe oligarchy. 

^abel c -bitt Cable; fig story, tale, -ag'tig a 
fabulous, -ag'tigbcb c fabulousness, -aloev 
fabulous el. mythical age. -bigt poetical fable. 
-bigter fabulist, writer of fables, -bqt fobulous 
animal. -l)aiid story-teller, -»erbeit world of 
fable. -bar( &ble. Idle tale, -birfeii fabulous 
being. ^ahU vi table. 

Ofabri(' c -(et manuflEictory, (flor) factory. Or«* 
^titant' c -et manufacturer, maker. — 9abri((d)- 
arbcjbe factory-work; mill-labour; (literært) hack- 
work, -arbcjbet factory-hand, f. operative. 
-at n -er manufacture, -atio'n c manufiEtcture, 
manufietcturlng. -befHirer manager of a fkctory. 
-bq manufacturing town, -btygmittg factory 
-building, -brift manuflEictures, manuflftcturing 
industry, -ejer owner of a manufactory, -ere 
vt manufacture; fiff, cont fabricate, -gttlb strong 
gold-leaves. -lanb manufacturing country. 
-mefler overseer in a m.; ^ surveyor of the 
navy, -ntarte fe -flempel. -ntadfig a & adv 
wholesale, in a manufactory way. -pige factory 
girl, -prid manuikcturer's price, factory price, 
prime cost, -fforftett factory-chimney, -^ab fe 
-bQ. -ftempel trade mark, -ubfalg wholesale 
depot el. warehouse (for for [the sale ofj). 
-barer manufactured goods, -baft washing at 
the manufactory, -birfeii manufacturing in- 
dustry, 't't c -er fe -ant. 

^a^a'be c -r flpont, frontage, -ften facing 
■stone. Face: ea • f\ill face. 8racet'(te) c -t 
fac'et. 

9*c{t c og n answer. -bogTanswers, key^ 



^^011' -ei shape, make. cut. -me'ret a 
figiired. -ften fe ^ornt*. -tran figured wire. 

^b a vapid, insipid. 

^b n -e (ftor XaIIer(en) dish; (tønbe) cask. 
butt, hogshead, puncheon; * fe Unbertop; f&I fra 
-et beer nrom the wood, draught beer; (owne 
til -et come in for a share; føbe af . >£^ pull 
together. -bHiber cooper. «Briet shelf for piktes 
and dishes. 

^bber e -e god-fiather, god-mother, spoiHor. 
flaa, Mere .. til et 9am stand el. be god-ikther. 
god-mother to a child; bebe en til . ask one to 
stand god-father etc. -breb christening card, 
-gape christening present, -gfike christening 
party, -ffab sponsorship. t9*bkerffe e -r god 
•mother, ftabberj flabber, -fnaf gossip, gossiping 
-fTiT^' 'f -qltbe. 

^■ahc rt harrel. 

t^abelbur pantry, -burøpige hou8ekeQ>er. 
-laag dlf^h-cover. -Icmge ^ casksllng. 

$aber c, pi ^bre, father, parent, (poet og ov 
^efte) sire; f^æbre pl father«, ancestors; . til the 
fJB I hp^ i^f Pv '^tiaet tit fine ^æbre has been gathered 
tc ^o i.^4.^.i.::i, p has Joined the majority; gsbccae 
our fathers, -olimb^eb fatherly blindness. -inHI 
paternal breast. -Bub father's command, -faihi 
paternal embrace. -frDb paternal delight , 
father's Joy. -f^Ielfe paternal feeling. -gUebe 
fe -fri)b. -l^aattb fatherly hand. -1^ sire. -Ifm 
parental home. -(|erte father's heart, patornal 
heart. -In fe -finb. -nl^ttlb a kind as a &ther. 
-(arrlig^eb paternal love, ftaberlig a fatherly, 
paternal, parental, ftaberligbeb e fiatherlinesR, 
parental kindness. 9aber|I)ytte paternal happi- 
ness. -U9 a fatherless, bereaved, -»agt paternal 
authority. -«Ubl)eb fatherly gentleness, -«orb 
parricide, -morber, -morberffe parricide, -«or* 
bere pi f side-boards. -worberfT a parriddaL 
-«aPK name of father, -ombii paternal solicitude, 
•pligt duty of a father, -fliib fatherly afRectioo. 
-floulieb fatherly pride, -»or n the Lord's prayer. 
tro font fit ~ believe like gospel; funne nt fom fit 
. have St at one's fingers' ends; fan mere enb fit 
. is up to snuff, up to a thing or two. -tffe 
fatherly eye, father's eye. 

Sfabepart n casks pi. — 9«'b|ftt(bt n di^fol. 
'tiati quarter of a cask, -l^iylbe fe -brcet. 

ftobing c -et body (of a carriage). 

9a'b|tinb fe Hatflub. -furp basket for dlsbee 
and plates, -maalittg gauging of casks. -siM 
c barreling, -fmag taste of the cask. -IHf u- 
harness hitch. 

ftoba'fe c -t blunder, solecism. 

JMetoii c -et phaeton. 

«ag n, pi B, (i ^Dgnhig) bay, window; (t 9tn\ 
0. I.) pigeon-hole; (i @(o(e) subject; (Omraobe' 
department, line, subject, province, profession; 
typ bojL; to . Qinbuer two windows; et . 0ar< 
binet a set of curtains for a window; af . by 
profession; bet er ubenfot mit - it is out of my 
way e(. line; otbnet eiftet . arranged according 
to subjects, -baiineffe professional education. 
-bannet a professional, -bommer professional 
Judge. 

S|age a poet quick, fleet; — adv quickly. 

$ager a fair, beautiful. -gaa9 shelduck. Am» 
tadoma. -tfth c fairness. 

^aglforetiing trades-union. -(uKbfTab profes- 
sional el. special knowledge. -tliKbig a expert. 
-(arb c professional student, -(«rer spedal d. 
professional teacher, -manb professional fman). 
-mædfig a special, professional. 

^got' c -ter bassoon, -fpitter performer on 
the b., bassoonist. 

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-fKoIe special school. -f|i^ø9iitaal professional 
question. •fhibiKiii professional stady. 

Setter pi (•*■ SfAØtc c) grimaces, antics. 

9^\nhtr^t technical term, -oikmflat special 
bmzicb of science, -»if adv by compartments. 
-»flcrt fe Qinbinø«'. -Uttrtdtro lattice-bridge. 

^MIlA^tr shaft- leather, -malm fUilens. 

Mjcv'ce e crockerv, Delft-ware. delf. -fatrit 
dcdft-mannfiftctory. -^oiiblev crockery-ware man. 
lit Me hatter's bow. -Mlber bow-bat. 
Vx c -et flikir, fkkeer. 
5«fte vt catch, nab, take np. 

9<ttel e -riet torch, flambeau, link, cresset. 
-tfltrcr torch-bearer, link-boy. -boitd dance with 
torches, -brager fe -bsret. Atfi, -ftfii (glare of) 
torch-light, -tog torch-light procession. 

ft€f«tii9 e (pattern.) bowing. 

9affim'ttc n fac-simile. -'re t;< fac-simile. 

Mfta'getftgii parcels-delivery cart. 

MlHo'm e -et fieu^'tion. 

goftiff a founded on fkct; bet et . 't Is a 
&ct; et . OkiutMag a snbstratom of fiBKst, a found- 
ation in fact; ben -e Sjet the virtual possessor; 
— adv as a matter of foct. ^attor c -o'ter 
tector. (9o0tt.) overseer, ^attorr n -et fisc'tory. 
9au'tmm c A n all hi all, factotum, graftitm 
a -A fact. 

^•ftv'ra c -ret invoice, -bog invoice book. 
•belft amount of i. -|»rtt i. price, grattiire're 
ti invoice. 

galsl'itatib a optional. 'Wi n -et ftui'ulty; 
bet tvTibifte . the faculty of law (ofb.). 'it'th 
bef tusimg resolution of the f. 

i9M a A. adv for sale, to be sold, venal (fe 
tOfo»). 

*ftai e -et (poa 6pDb o. b.) socket. 

Mltmrø c -et pha'lanz, phal'anx. 

Mlaffe c white ashes. 

9«(b(e)Ube e -t fUrbelow, flounce; befætte meb 
•t furbelow, flounce. 

9«Ib9be vt offN for sale, expose to sale. -Ife 
e offerings for sale. 

*^b c -et hem, welt. 

Mb n, pi «, &U, down&U. (obetenbe) tumble; 
(tUfttlbe) case; (Zonefalb) cadence; ^ haliard, 
(^ en ZoIieUbet) fall, (af Stæbn, Vtafl) rake; gore 
et . have a fisll; bet« . bat ftott bibl great was 
the fall of it; ftaa pM . be on the point of fall- 
ing, i . in case, in the event; i \aa > in that 
case; i atibet . otherwise; t at . at all events, 
at any rate; i mobfat . on a contrary supposi- 
tloD, if not, on the other hand; i baalommenbe 
. on an emergency- -bebdtgelfe falling motion, 
-bo« portcullis, -borb folding-toble. -bro draw- 
licidge. -b«r fowling-cage. -brirotig ^ fe Kf' 
falben. -b^ trap-door. 

*Mbe vt hem. 

Mbe, -bt, -bet vi fall, drop, tumble; (i l^ria) 
fcll. be killed; fttnegfølbet -t the mercury is Rul- 
ing; Zappet -r the curtain descends, drops; bet 
filbt en Øær( Regn there was a heavy fall of 
itfn; b^ falbt nogle Orb some words i>assed; 
bini fttebit -t his credit is falling; bet et -n ^om 



quarterly; tage bet font bet -t take it as it comes; 
bet -t gob 6ab t benne (Jgn this country produces 
ftne com; 9htgen -t moabelig, iæbn, ganfte gob the 
rye turns out but indifl^ent, ordinary, pretty 
.Itfr; Betfet -t tungt the line is heavy; iHoIrn t 
tSe gtbt { 8ti)ggen the coat does not fit well in 
the back; bet falbt mig fotunbettigt I thought it 
■ttange; bet t nig let I find it easy; bet falbt 
Bcoet bi)tt it came very expensive; felUang; labe 
a e«g . drop an afBUr; labe et ^otfot . relinquish 



a design; jeg lob nogle Ctb . betom I let fiall rl. 
drop a few words about it; labe Vlobet ^ lose 
heart; nt. tab .1 keep her off! . af fall off, (om 
^aat 0. I.) come off, (afmagtef) fall away; ^oab 
bet -t af leavings, shavings, remnants, (dnotagtet) 
extras; > af ^ fhll off, keep away, keep on, (i 
Setning) cast; bet -t af fig felb it is a matter of 
course, that goes without (the) saying; fio . 
bagooet be taken aback; . bott cease, drop; 
bet -t (ott meb flatene it wears off with age; 
.for ^enben« 6b<etb fall by (beneath) the 
sword of the enemy; . for occur, happen, turn 
up; fe ett)ft; naar SeteS 9ej -t fotbi when you 
come my way; . fta desist firom; (bttoe optotfl) 
rebel; (fta fin %xo) apostatize, fall off from; (bo) 
die, drop off; . ^en (ttO take to, addict one's 
self to; (ft)gne ^en) fall et. pine away; . i (paa 
3«) fall through; . i ^ænbeme paa en fall into 
one's hands; -t gobt i ^aanben is handy; bet -t 
i bet fotte It has a shade of black; bet -t i bet 
pøbelagtige It savours of vulgarity; bet -t i min 
Smog it suits my taste; bet -t ganfCe t iKtn« 6maa 
it falls in with et. is quite in his taste; . i 
ISjnene ~ strike el. catch the eye, be conspicuous: 
~ i Zanfer fall into a revery; . i 9otunbting, t 
@tabet be struck with astonishment; — tgen» 
nem (blibe forloftet) be rejected; (9otflag) be lost, 
defeated; (oeb Salg) be thrown out; (beb IBallo* 
teting) be blackballed; (oeb dfiamtn) be reflised, 
rejected, plucked, ploughed. &il; . inb happen, 
occur, fall; (meb Otb og mu«) come in, strike in, 
fall in. (meb Otb) interpose: SluIebag -t inb paa 
en £øtoag Christmas-day falls on a Saturday; 
. en inb enter into, come into, cross, one's 
mind; bet -t mig inb it strikes me, it occurs to 
me; bet lunbe albtig l^abe falbet mia inb it could 
ueyer have come into my head; bet folbt mig 
plubfelig inb It flashed upon me on a sudden; 
~ en ino i ban! dmbebe interfere with another's 
official duties; . en inb i ^an« Zaie interrupt 
one; > inb i et Sanb invade a country; . inb paa 
fall upon, charge (an enemy); ^ inb unbet fall 
under; fe Sot; ~ neb come down; ~ om fall 
down, (om Zing) tumble over; -bt mig om ^alfen 
threw himself about my neck; . ooer fall 
upon; . paa hit upon, think of, bethink one's 
self of; han falbt paa at aifte fig he took It into 
his bead to marry; ^otiebe« -t bu paa bet? what 
makes you think of that? ba folbt en 9labfel t>aa 
^m then a dread came over him; 9latten -t paa 
night is coming on, closing in; Gfi^Iben oil . 
twa i)em the blame will be laid on you; • 
(am men collapse; ~ fammen meb coincide with; 
be identical with; . tit (f. CItt. en ^bbor) shut, 
close; bet -t mig tit it falls to my lot; . en tit 
IBeftKet be troublesome to one; . tilbage fall 
back (om @9gbom) relapse; . titbagir paa fiff 
recoU upon; Senet -t tilbage til Stongen the fief 
reverts to the crown; . ub fall out, come out; 
fig turn out, fall out; . ub i (om ^lobet) 
fall Into; ben et n unbet ^ingfien ft. og en 
bonfC ^oppe he Is by A. from a Danish mare; — 
vr fig fall, come, chance, happen; naar bet -r 
fig foa in good time, when occasion offers; — 
falben (Engel fallen angel.- -n $ige ruined girl; 
fatbenbeS^geJe^otbfot. ^Ibe|f«rbig a tumble- 
down; in a state of decay, ruinous. -H>grab fe 
Bfatbgtube. -(at fe ^Ib*. tfMtUn o falling, fall. 

^albjgerria a X, fe Sffalben. -gitter portcullis. 
-gmbe pitfall. -(afNgbeb falling velocity, -bat 
(child's) pudding-hat, pad. -ffajbe height of a 
fiOl. 

^Ibifiolitt« n faldstool. 

9alb|fIobd monkey, -traft gravitation. -laag 
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pawls. -Iport large trapdoor, 4/ hanging port 
-lid. -(e)reli ^ gangway; et (&lai paa -et a 
parting cup, stirrup-cup. -rcHbrnta side-boy. 
•rctdtnob manrope knot. -rcMIelbcv ^de-ladder, 
-rctdfce|iter manrope stanchion. -vcBdtom man 
•rope. '(t)tthitttippt accommodation ladder. 
•reødtrim steps for the side, -tøt waste-pipe. 

éalbdlkami ^ head. -B(ot ^ halyard block. 
-Bolt ^ head-lining, -^om ^t head, ^alb* 
ffdnrin parachute. ffaM\Uittt ^ head-cringle. 
-ntaal », -ntaafdbøbc fine for contempt of court 
el. contumacy. 

ftafblfot epilepsy, falting-sickness. -HfoUiø a 
epileptic, -fltitfe, snare, trap, -ton ^ middle 
rope; man-rope, -tro^lie trap-stairs, -»infeue sash- 
window. -Otrrl stamp(ing). -«Ide guillotine. 

$a'I|l)0lbc vt ff -bt)be. 

9aII c -e fUcon, hawk; (p. Stanon) sight; of* 
rette en • reclaim a h.; fætte hætten paa el. taqt 
ben af en . hood e(. unhood a h.; loRe en . 
lure a hawk; Minbe en . seel ah.; labe -en ftiøe 
cast the hawk; inbfætte en . mew a h.; -en flaor 
neb the hawk pounces. 

PfOiU be c falcade. 

9atU\h\«lU hawk's beU. -Mil hawk's eye 
el. glance, -fømgev e -e falconer, -gaorb hawk- 
ing establishment. '%ut mew for hawks, -lørtte 
hood, -laøt hawking, -jirger &lconer. 'tUp 
\t -ffattt. -tlo talon of a h. -mcfler chief fal- 
conet. 

9ralttnt't c -necec falconer. -mifUt \t %aUf 
meiter, -tuuft fieaconry. -tafTc hawking bag. 

jaltntterd e worm, wad-hook. 

^alte'rc vi make fUcades. 

^alteltem^ -ffo jess, -flaø pounce, swoop (of 
a nawk). -ftong perch for a hawk, -fi)« fe 
-blif. -««ae young hawk, eyas, -bogter keeper, 
feeder of hawks, «ølae hawk's eyes. 

MtlanMtnnt the Falkland islands. 

Mltotter fe ^olfenei. 

Mltoitct' c -ter fiLl'oonet. 

lotte c -r bolt. -laaø trunck-lock. 

pattent' c -er bankrupt, ^tte're vi Ml (in 
business), become bankrupt, break, fttttti^e- 
ntntt' n -er, grottit' e -ter fkllure, bankruptcy, 
insolvency; qaa, gøre, f^HOe ., fe %QXittt. ftattit' 
a bankrupt, erflæte flø . file a declaration of 
bankruptcy, file one's balance-sheet; erftore en 
> (om Wetten) adjudge one (a) bankrupt; focUmøe 
en ecllaret . present a bankruptcy petition 
against one. 

ftonitrbe^Ottbfittg bankruptcy-inquiry; ^S 
unbet . bætenbe IBo his insolvent estate, -bo 
bankrupt's estate; Ihrebitoreme i ^ni . the 
creditors under his bankruptcy; IBeftt^rer af . 
liquidator. •erldtHitg declaration of bankruptcy, 
schedule; fio confession of ignorance el. in- 
competency, -lob insolvency act, law of bank- 
ruptcy, bankrupt law. -lobgibiiittgeii the bank- 
rupt-laws. 

jfatto'liilTc Kør Cidlopian tubes. 

^alinc vi fiEule; ^anS Knfigt -be bibl his counte- 
nance fell. -It c fading. 

tSfo» c, fe Sfalfr. 

^(d c -er (iBoøb. og ftobberfl.) fold; (Xømmecorb.) 
groove, channel, notch; (dlanqt) flange, -ben 
folding-stick. 

Mfe vt fold; groove, notch, -brort (fBogb.) 
folding-board; (®atb.) wooden leg. -l^onimer 
soldering-hammer, -lømi groover; folding-tool. 
•moffiKC folding machine. 

ftatfet' c fidsetto, head- voice. 

Mø^bl c notching-plane, fllli8ter(-plane). 

9alff a fidse, (uoegte) spurious; (efteioiOTt) 
counterfeit, forsed, amr p bogus; (urigtig) raise, 
wrong, unsound; ^ flRønt fiilse, base, counterfeit 



coin; -e 6eblet, fStKltz forged notes, bilis; -e 
ffiihhtn bastard el. fisdse ribe; -e IKnbtcenber pre- 
molars, .e diamanter mock diamonds, paste; et 
-t 9Rennef!e a double-dealer, a fi&lse man; ^ ®p{Scr 
card-sharper; . @pil card sharping; føte . ^og 
carry &lse colours; -e Xaaret sham tears; -e Xonec 
discordant notes; ^ 91ngi&elfe, Ubtljbnina miastate- 
ment, misinterpretation; — adv fidsely, wrong; 
fpille . cheat at plav; foærge . peq'ure one's 
self, swear falsely; fønge . sing out of tune, 
grolff c ub pl (§orbr.) forgery, falsification: 
(^f!^.) falseness, duplicity; . floor ftn egnt &ettt 

§00 4>o(8 treason does never prosper. ft^Iiie fe 
forfofffe. 9^fttXi% adv falsely. gralfTfieb e (Imi 
om $erfon) fidseness, duplicity. (Urigtig^b) fals- 
ity, fallacy. ^IfTlmtoiiter, -iMtttner c -e (counter- 
feit) coiner, p smasher, -mbttteri, -ni^vtxeri n 
coining, -ner c -e forger, fiUsifier. -meri' n 
forgery, fi&lsification. 

gadiiittg c folding etc. (fe %al\t). 

^(fit« n forgery. 

Øpomiiic c -r fomily; i . meb related to, a 
relation of; of gob . well connected; i min -< 
8løb by my own fireside, -tugaaenbe fe -fog. 
-baaiib funily-tie. -begraoelfc fe -groofieb. -fcber 
father of a £unily, paterfomllias; -fabre heads 
of families, -fejl family failing, -forblnbclfe 
connection, -forliolb fiunily relations. ^oM 
fiEunily-estate. -grabfteb family-vault. -mM 
domestic circle. -ligleb family likeness. -lib 
domestic life, home life, -mabii family-name, 
surname. -|»agt fsunily-compact. -|»ara^Ib fiunily 
umbrella, joe Mrs. Gamp, -vaab f. council, -fag 
flunily-aflfair. f. concern, -famnteitloinft family 
-reunion, -frab n relationship, -forg mourning. 
-f»oItl)eb family pride. -fD|Re (en ^I SaniBe) 
fleunlly piece; (0to) heirloom, -fbgboni fiunily 
complaliit, hereditary disorder, -tbifl fiunily 
discord, -»aabe« fiomily-arms. ^f^militt'x a 
flEimil'iar, tree and easy. 

gfcmfe vi grope, fbmble (eftec for); (i Solen) 
fklter, hesitate; . oeb ftimble at, finger, handle. 
•II e groping etc., hesitation, -bom, fottwel' 
fiiigrct a who has itching fingers. 

$a«itltt9 e amanuensis. 

ftonu'd a InfiEimous. 

9tiia'ti|tev o e fiEinat'ic. -fere vt fimat'idze. 
-ft a fiuiatic(al). -fine e fiuiafidsm. 

9<rabeii the devil, the fiend, the deuce, old 
Bbxtv; for . 1 confound it I . og ^oni Olbentober 
the devU and his dam; . ti( %rtt the devil of a 
fellow; bet bor fom .( the deuce; fefot fom boie. 
deucedly tough; fHitlec fom bore > stinks like hell; 
ingen . the devil a one; ft) foe .! tyl shocking! 

r. i Solbl go to the devil; yon be hanged! 
hanged to you; tof ^om .! small thanks! 
. ^eUer devil a bit; bet gør ^on . iRe, . ^er 
the deuce he does; . toge el. gole mig, om jeg 
gør I will be hanged if I do, I will see you 
hanged first; . er (øl the devil to pay; noor 
mon toler om . (molei .. paa Saggen) er bon 
nærmeft talk of the devil, and he will either 
come or send, and his imp appears, and he is 
sure to appear; ieg ttor . ploger (riber) big I are 
you stark raving mad? bet btt)ber ieg mig . om 
a don't care) a fig for itl bet moo goo til meb -4 
ftunfter the devil must be in it; før . foot 6Io 
poo at an unearthly hour In the morning, at 
some unholy hour; . ff^tttt el. ^jælner fine el. 
noor mon ^r . til 9Rorbrober ... the old Gentle- 
man helps his own; noor mon oioer . ben liQe 
Singer ofb. give the devil an inch and he wHl 
take an ell; noor mon toger . poo 9taRtn ofb. he 
that has taken the devil into his boat, must 
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bands to do; fnalle . et fSre «f talk the leg off 
an iron pot; — ^an^^nS devlll8h, diabolical; 
en -i Statl, étøi a devil of a fellow, noise; t -S 
ftentemalt (9orteuTt) spurge; -i SRælfebøtter (Søtoe* 
tanb) dandelion. -ikioUff a f dare-devil. -iDotblT' 
%eh e recklessness, fire-eating. 

Srovbt imp of ^nbe. 

*Sf«tte fe %ann. 

^mmt c -t banner, standard, colours, ensign, 
gonfiUon; (|Hia tj^en) beard, vane; ap tail; 
^ standard; t . gobfolt, 9it)ttert company of 
soldiers, troop of horsemen; fbaroe til -n take 
a military oath; meb flt^benbe -r og ningenbe @pil 
with colours flying and drums beating. -Iietrart 
cue for the colours, -haxtx, -brager standard 
-bearer, «cb military oath, «iubbietfe benedic- 
tion of the colours, -fiinler non-commissioned 
officer, who carries the standard, colour-sergeant. 
-le« feofifby knight's service. -U0 a bannerless. 
-m«74 nuutdi played when the colours are 
lodged. 

^onerøøa'ni a phauerogam'ic, phanerog'amous. 
-tt pi p. plants. 

%tmt\fi9 sheath for a banner, -ftaiig, -ftof 
staff of a standard, -tog procession with flags. 
-•«ft colour-guard. 

9«iifa'|re e -r fiem'&re, flourish, -rotraabe c 
&n&ronade. 

*ittn% n handle. 

*9m% n, fc Sf»b; \e galbfot. 

Shbigjcnit tentacle, -lett prehensile palpus. 
«bMcr cup (and ball). -(c)b«iitit{iig batterdeau, 
eofler-dam. 

^«raae vt catch, capture; t fe %aa; ^olbe, fringe 
fB -n seep, bring one prisoner; er -n ^ is in 
the toils; gamte ^ugle ere ilfe \aa lette at . old 
birds are not to be caught with chaff; Oorbet -i 
any card that has touched the board, is deemed 
to be played. . ^luet catch flies, fig stand 
gaping; - of = gioe %anQ% fe Sfangfl; ^ an f 
begin, take to, go about, gr^ttge e -r prisoner, 
captive; tage en tfl . make one prisoner; blibe 
togen til . become a prisoner; ooitfsre font . 
carry away prisoner; ^n gab fig til . he surren- 
dered himself prisoner. ^grOitgc n -r armful. 
«bbrre (Greenlander's) buoy, -bolig prison, -bolt 
«If norman, -brat pin-rack, -oitr cage (for 
confining prisoners); fio dungeon; (til ^ugle) 
fowling-cage. -bag: bet et ^ber ^og 3ogebag, 
■en ittt bt)et ®ag - you may hunt long before 
you cateh. -f ogeb Jailer, turnkey, -bnl dungeon. 
-|mg fe -boHo. -janni irons, fetters pi; (til ^gft) 
steel-trap, -nambe A. thumb-cleat, -toft prison 
diet el. tare. ^Kgcllg a to be caught. Rangel* 
IHic line for catching; ^ pcdnter. -lib prisoner 
hfe. -lomfe chain, fetter, -net (spider's) web. 
^OKgesffab n captivity, confinement, imprison- 
ment, -ffibprison ship, -taam prison-tower. 
-troobe {p. iRebnfer) filaments. -bogRr fe -fogeb. 

goager e -e sealer. 

9«iig;i{iie fe %(mqt*. -ming o ^ stop, seizing. 

^^aaginiib fe et^bfHnb. 

Mmgnior mil (helmet) line. 

Langli e (bet at fonge) catching, taking; (Q^tte) 
capture; (af %i^) catch, draught, haul, take; 
Ae windfkll, hit; (^unbeneS vtl) quarry; gibe 
gotten . 8^ve (the deer) the knife, -baab 
whaling-boat. -eTSbcbitioii fishing expedition; 
whaUng e(. sealing e. -farttf whaling el. sealing 
rtt»e[. -felt fe -plob». -fiiib hanger, -frog gaff, 
•c clip, -mcmb whalers; sealers, -blabd whaUng 
d sealing ground, -rebffaber fishing gear; 
vbaUng ef. sealing gear, -tibeii thejvhalingel. 
NaUng season, -tur whaling el. sealing ex- 
pedition el. voyage. 

*9atta c -et diih (of snow). 



*9<iMt c -er tramp, gipsy; F » A (xdj impecu- 
nious beggar, not worth a fBirthing. 

^amtalfc're vi (paa ^nftrument) play yolun- 
taries; rove, extemporise; (i Bilbelfe) rave, be 
delirious e(. incoherent, -fereii e raving. 

^tttafi' c -et f&n'cy, fkm'tasy, imagination; 
(paa 3nftrument) fiEmta'sia, voluntary; eftec -en 
from imagination. -biHcbc chimera, -bragt 
fancy dress, -gam fancy yam. -U# a unimagi- 
native, -fitlb, -rig a imaghiative. -rigbo« 
imaginativeness, -antall' c -er visionary, fancy 
-monger, ^ntaftcri' n fantast'lcalness; fiemcies. 
Sfantaftiff a CEtntastic(al), whimsical. 

*gfaitte|ftf(ac n gang of gipsies, -gut gipsy 
boy. -tj<rrrtit| old gipsy woman, -orb taunt. 
-ri n fe 9lorren. 

ftanto'« n -er phan'tom. 

*^r n, p/ a, track. 

Srar F fot: gabet; nej, min gat I (t %axin, 
•gatmin) no, old fellow! 

9arao Pharaoh; (Spit) fiiro. -rotte ichneumon, 
nems, HerpettcM Pkaraonit.. 

^'rbar a passable, practicable; navigable, 
-g«re vt make passable. 

Sfarbrober o -btebte ffe^ther's brother, paternal 
uncle. 

garce e (ftsbO. fe gat« 

Øfarce c -r thtat farce, -agtig a farcical. 

^a'rbag (glatte-) removing day; (6fift^) hiring 
-day. 

t^fare w* (om ©oen) fiurow. 

»ore, for (+ -be), -t vi (teife) go, travel; (om 
©Kb og @0foir) sail; (ft^tte, ile) rush, dart, dash, 
bolt, bounce; lobe . desist from, drop, abandon, 
relinquish, give up; - ilbe suflter; ftonen for ilbe 
the woman miscarried; lomme -nbe come fUll 
speed; lomme -nbe inb rush in; Otbet fot ^am 
a f Shinben the word slipped out of his mouth; 
- fot »ejfen ^ be engaged by the run; . for (el. 
fom) ftot i be engaged as cook; + - f ott go on; 
« f tem >!^ behave, act, proceed; . i 9Rag go on 
leisurely; * I gteb hibl depart in peace; - Sanbet 
igennem traverse the country; - langS meb 
ftqfien coast, sail along the coast; . meb ftotn 
be engaged in the com trade; . meb et @tib 
sail in a ship; ^ meb Søgn, @anb^b tell Hes, 
trath; • Pel, ilbe, lempelia meb deal well, m, 
gently with, use well, ul; ^un fot ^om om 
^alfen she threw herself about his neck; .op 
start up, spring to one's legs, (i gotf!tæ!telfe) 
Jump, (i 9tebe) fire up; ^øten fot op the door 
fiew open; .poo fiDftetfsen, (Øtsnlanb trade to 
the Baltic, Greenland; ..poo en rash at one; 
^ fommen start, get a start; . til 60I be a 
sailor, be at el. to sea; . til Aimmel« ascend 
into heaven; . til ^elbebe go to hell. 

^are c -t danger, perU, Jeopardy, hasard, 
risk; ftoa (t) - fot be in danger of; løbe - fot 
run el. incur the risk of, stand the change of; 
gaa -n i 9løbe fiice the danger; btinge, fætte i . 
endanger, peril, hazard, place in Jeopardy, 
Jeopardize; bet bat ingen . there is no danger, 
no fear; meb . fot at the risk; uben . without 
danger, with impunity; out of danger; -(- poo 
egen - at his own risk; forbunben meb « perilous, 
dangerous; -fri a f^e from danger, safe, -fri^eb 
safeness. -fnlb a fe gatlig. -U9 a vrithout 
danger. 

ireit a bet, ilbe - w^ll, badly off. 

trel+ftebt a in danger, -trneiibe a perilous. 

Taber o grandfather, 
a'rgobd n luggage. 
ari'it n (@uRet) bastards, moist sugar. 

„^Hfir'ler c -e phar'isee. -ifl a pharisa'ioal. 
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*^'r|tofl ie -tøi. -Icl c course, track, direc- 
tion. 

9^'ttia a dangeroBs, periloas, hazardous; 
F en . ]poben $cnge an awftil lot of money; — 
€uiv dangerously; P immensely, excessively. 
-9#ve vt endanger. Imperil. -I^eb c dangerons* 
neøs, perilousness. 

t J«r(iI(U) jc 8fot 2. 

*9anii cargo, load. 

8rctiiia|ceii't o -ei pha'rmacist, pharmaceu'tiBt. 
•cem'Hft a pharmaoea'tic(al). «cr e phar'macy. 
-t»Ugi' pharmacol'ogy. -(o)ié o pharmaco- 
pæ'ia. 

ftrrmaitb o traveller. 

^^vntobc« e grandmother, 
imc'flft a Famese. 

irf c forced meat, «c've vt force, fkrce. 
j'rfot e epidemic. 

f^tittttnaftint e sausage machine. 

%a'tt (og %axt') -er (et étiU) head-way, way; 
(9. not til at 1it)ce) steerage-way; (Søfart) naviga- 
tion, trade; (^affig^b) hurry, rate, speed; im- 
petus, momentum; (Stejfe) voyage; meb en ., i 
en . in a hurry d. trice; meb en . af at the 
rate of; ^n lom inb meb en faaban . at with so 
much way upon him that; i fulb ~ (at) full 
speed, F ftill tilt; i jhljgenbe ~ at a flying ef. 
dashing rate; lomme i ., flt)be ., 6egt)nbe at ft&be . 
put on the pace, ^ gather way, fetch headway; 
oør gob . ^ has good way on her; Stibet^ 
Strømmen lob meb f^b VtiM . the ship, the 
tide, went at the rate of seven miles; fætte et 
^m))ftib i -en commence running a steamer; 
benne . opfører nafie 9Raaneb this service will 
cease next month; bære poa -en be on the move. 
9«rt|e vi (omlring) gad about. -linie route. 
•wcalcv ^ sillometer. -)ilait time table, -tiben 
the season (of sailing). 

ft«'v|t«| boat, vessel, craft; -ei (ogf.) shipping. 
-W|d1Iag boat's flag. 'Uiiptcp (boat's) plug 
(0. fl.). -»aitb waters, sea, seas, seaway; ^olb 
^em mibt i -et keep in the middle of the 
channel, in the (lEdrwav: -et er fiit Ae the coast 
is clear. -btmbMeflrbcIfe sailing direction. 
•tia»b9««r(e fairway-mark. 

ft«r»e c -r colour, hue; (^aibeflof) dye; (Staling) 
paint: (i ftortfp.) suit; fe Selenbe; meb gløbenbe -r 
in glowing colours, fCtfte . change colour; ^be 
en fmut Kn{igt8< have a flne complexion; fætte ^ 
pQA fio colour. Sfdtbe vt dye, colour, stain; (om 
£e) face; ~ op new-dye; en -t a coloured man, 
a man of colour; -be people of colour; fig -t af 
tinctured with; — w - af rub oflf, lose colour, 
be discoloured, -abtprcbeffe dispersion of the 
coloured rays, -afømbring, -anflrtfg tinge. 
-blanbct a of mixed colours, -blanbing mixing 
el. mixture of colours. -Ilea a pale-coloured. 
-bUitb a colour-blind, -biinb^eb colour-blind- 
ness, daltonism, -log treatise on dyeing. -brt|b* 
itiitg refraction of colours, -brimbt a stained. 
-b«at pallet, -eg quercitron, Quercut tinctoria. 
-%uU tanagra. -fotografi coloured photograph. 
-ffi a colourless. -gibiiiKg colouring, -attm^ 
vividness of colours. -gUb glow of colours. 
-f riiKb priming, ground. -IjaRbel colour shop. 
•lanblcv colour-man. -|o(b earth coloured by 
a mixture of metal, -latfe paint-box, colour 
•box. -lebci dyer'b vat. -fitib hom-spattle. 
•tiiKft art of dyeing. 

ftarber int & n good-bye, adieu, good-day, 
(^tib. og fH>€t.) farewell, F bye-bye; . faa længe 
good-bye for the present el. till we meet again; 
ftge . til bid farewell to. 

Øarbclfabc fe -laefe. -Ib^ning light, -fønre 
science of colours. -Uit cost of dyeing. -Ud a 
oolourless; (om optifTe (Bla«) achromatic; fig neu- 



tral. -Udl)eb colourlessness; neutrality, -mob« 
fattiiing contrast of colours, colour-contrast, 
-m^lle colour-mill, -nuance, -obergong shade 
of colour, -potte pot of paint, -pragt brilliancy 
of colour(8). -t-pragtlg a rich, bright, -prøbe test 
of colours, ^rbee e -e dyer. ^rbe|tanb iris, 
^rberbreng dyer's apprentice, ^arbejri n -er 
(©tebet) dye-house; (ftunfl) (art of) dyeing, -rig 
a richly coloured, -tigbom richness of colour. 
-ringe coloured rings, -riber c -e colour-grinder. 
•ribning c.-grinding. 

9arberiUn cost of dyeing. -r«b, -r^be madder, 
-fbenb joumejrman-dyer. 

ftarbeifand sense of colour, colour-sense, -ffol 
colour-shell. -fTafa scale of colours, -ffiftmng 
change of colour. -flbfiKing (htt at flottere) 
shading; (Schattering) shade, -ffier tinge, -fpif 
play of colours, -fprebenbe a dispersing the 
colours of the light, -flen painter's grinding 
•stone. -fHft crayon, -flof dye, dye-stuff; pig- 
ment, colouring matter, -ftraale ray of colour, 
-fitr^g laying on of colours, -fnppe bath. dye. 
-tibfet -tiftel safflower, Cartkamw tinetortu$. 
-tone tone of colour, -trbt lithocromy, colour 
-printing, -trblt a printed in colours), colour 
-printed, -tr« dye-wood, -t^j stufl' dyed el. to 
be dyed, t-nrt fe Qortemæll. -nrter dyer's weeds, 
-bajb woad, låoti» tinctoria. -barer drysaltery 
goods, -ban weld, yellow- weed, RtMeda luteota. 
-birfning efi'ect of colour, -bitfe green-broom, 
green-weed, Genista tinctoria. grarbning e 
dyeing. 

ftafan c -er pheas'ant; ung . pheasan^powt. 
^aneri' n, gfafa'n|gaarb pheasant walk, 
pheasantry. -jagt phea8an^8hooting. -niefler 
breeder of pheasants. 

gaftbinber fe tlabbinber. 

waidt'tt c -flet bundle. 

wife c -r phase. 

^affi'ne o -r fascine. 9affin|arbe|be, -binbing 
fascine work, f. -making, -baanb fagot-band. 
-bnt -birnt tressel for fiucines. -totb biU-hook. 
hand- bill, -bfltrf f.-work. 

^fong fe 9acon. 

•H^ft ad9 fe 9læfien: prov k * fiut, quickly; 

— eonj although. 

Øafl a (ogfaa fig) Ann; (mobfat fibbenbe) solid; 
(tæt) compact; (fianb^ftig, ubeoægelig, befoeflet) 
fost; faftfat, beftemt afgiort) flxed; en . Unfættelfe 
a permanent situation, a regular employment. 

- Vrbeibe regular el. permanent work; -e Vrbejbece 
regular el. established labourers el. hands; be 
•e ^le the solid parts; -e Qjenbomme real pro- 
perty; fætte i -e djenbomme put out at mortgage; 
. 9ob a firm footiog; et . 9o^æi & Ann el. fixed 
purpose; . ^ortøimng a firm mooring; . got 
^ flxed light; en . line %)9t a tight littie fellow; 
. ^øbe solid food; . (Ørunb firm ground; en . 
^aanb a steady hand; meb . ^obeb (om KoaO 
close hearted: paa -e ^ænber in saf^ hands; . 
^i firm ice; ben -e ftøT the main keel; en . 
ihtnbe a regular customer; bet -e 2anb the main 
land; -e Seaemer solids; . Søn a fixed salary; 
•e SRebarbeibere (oeb Slab) staff-writers; . JDbrr* 
beoiftning firm conviction; ^ ben -e $att the 
standing part; -e $r{fer fixed prices; -e Kegler 
established rules; en . Stab a well fortified 
town; et . Steb el. $unft a fortress, fiastiess, 
stronghold; bet er ^9 -e Steb his usual haunt; 
. Zro firm belief el. (relig.) fiiith; ((ioe . peb 
persist in; blibe . hH fin ^nflru bibl cleave to 
his wife; gøre . fasten, make fast; ^ make 
fbst, belay; ^olbe .. beb e(. paa (^olbe fig i) hold 
on by, Ao adhere, stick to; fibbe . stick rCbst), 
i Sabelen have a firm seat; flaa ^, fe gKwloa: 
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eetablished laet; fiaa ~ paa insist on, at 1. that; 
fotte . commit to prison; fig puzzle, non-plus, 
pose; fætte flg • setUe one's self, mil lodge one's 
self: fatte ftg mere oa mere . i ^nS ^nbeft 
ftrengthen^ ber hold on his affection; — adv 
firmly, ^fllbiiibc vt tie. -loenle a haying a 
fixed habitation, 'lottet a secured by bolts. 

^'Ht (oq %afl't) vi fast. 8r«fte o fiut; (f^ne> 
tiben) lent, qnadrageslma. -bag fiistday. -toft 
lenten food, -tringler lent-cracknels. 

Mlclaøii f*-a'»iij c Shrovetide; («Be . mask 
and mum at Shrovetide. — 8rafleIaiiiit9|bolIe 
cross bun. -manbag Shrove-Monday, Collop 
-Monday, -(eg, -Ulen, -Ufev shrovetide-sports. 
-aar merry Andrew, -f^nbag Quinquageslma, 
Shrove- Sunday. 

^^e|Mke a leg et . I have not yet eaten 
anything, I have not broken my fast; paa . 
djerte on an empty stomach, the first thing in 
ue morning, -^vøtlileii lent-sermon. 

%€fttT o -t father's sister, paternal aunt. 

MflclfiMniter pi ^ frame- timbers, -flag fore 
and-aft stays, »^^pptt deck-stopper, -^drager 
topmasts, -flientten the main post. 

kaftetib time of fasting. 

9«ftifro#feit « frozen fast, -fur fixed light. 
•«TOet a grown Cost, rooted, -gauele pi having 
the gUls fixed, -gøre vt make fast, secure, fasten. 
-M e firmness (ogf. om ftaratt.); solidity; com- 
pactness; fastness: -fixedness, -^ofbc vt (Cp* 
nuetffompeben) fix (the atteniion); (^oaflanb o. \.) 
stick to, insist on; . at insist that. -l)o(be(fe 
c insisting (af on), -bolbev cramp, -l^fffte vt 
£uten. -f|«nignt c clinging (beb to), -file vt 
wedge tight, secure by wedges. 'Int^iiti a tied. 
-ffKicbc pi plectognaths. -Ut^tt a brawny. 
-Icsl main, mainland; (ftørre %., Qerbenebel) 
eontinent; bet euro))s{fte . the continent, con- 
tinental Europe. -laiibd continental, -naale 
1^ nail Cut; -t fig rooted to the spot, fixed (with 
horror), -ne^ -ned vi consolidate; -<- vt fe %ct^t. 
•nt#et a fixed by corrosion. *-fIoIe permanent 
d. regular school, -ftmet a screwed, fastened 
by screvrs. -flat vt fix, secure, fig etstablish; et 
(ogf.) conventional, stereotyped, -flaaetibe a 
stationary, -furte tt lash, secure; -fatte vt (en 
Zib) appoint, fix; (en $iiS) fix, settle; (S9etin> 
gelfer) stipulate; (Steglet) establish, lay down; . 
:;0imen til fix the wages at. -firttelfe o appoint- 
ing etc.; appointment, fixation; settlement; 
stipulation; establishment, -famine vt nail. 
-triplet a charmed to the spot, -ootdct a grown 
fiMt. 

giif adv. bet et iSe faalebe« . that's not the 
way of it; ^oottebe« et bet . meb ^m how Is it 
with hhm? bet et gait . meb ^am all's not right 
with him; gtibe, tage . paa. catch hold of, (om 
Øtbejbe) turn to, set to work with; flaffe . paa 
fetch, produce; faa . i get hold of; ieg beb \flt, 
^ot in ftal faa . paa ^m I don't know where 
to find him; ^ot ^t £e foaet ^ paa bet where 
did you come by it? 

ftatc pi fortunes, adventures. 

waia'l a unlucky, unfortunate, calamitous; 
(ttoe^gelig) odious, -id'me c fa'talism. -ift' c 
-et fa'tallst. -Ite't c -et calamity, adversity. 

ftatiocre vt mix (salad). 

iHitiniig e composure, self-possession; bringe 
ub af . disconcert, discompose, put out of 
eonntenance, (beb Slitte) stare out of coun- 
tenance, outfiice; meb ^, uben at tabe -en with 
composure, composedly, coolly. 

%iktt vt (gtibe) catch, apprehend; (fotfloa) 
comprehend, understand, conceive, imagine; 
leg -t iHe I cannot conceive; -r let is quick of 
apprehension; • fig compose one's self, be com- 



poeed, F come to; ~ 9Rob take courage; > Xil« 
bsielig^eb fot form an attachment for (el. to); « 
ft(etlia&eb, Ubilje take a fimcy, a dislike (to); 
~ en «eflutning come to a resolution; . et ^otfoet 
form an intention, resolution; for at . mig i 
ttott^eb to be brief: . om clasp round, -eme 
apprehension, capacity, -tvebd reach. ^tteCig 
a comprehensible, intelligible. ^tteugl)Cb o 
comprehensibility, intelligibility. 

Sfottcr c F paterfamilias, the governor, the 
ola man. 

l^attetclffaB n prehensile organ. 

%aiit^ vd (mangle) lack, want; (fabned) be 
missing, wanting; bet . meget i it is far from; 
bbab . Sem? what ails you, what's the matter 
with you? bet -beS ^m itie paa S^gtig^eb he 
was not wanting in capacity. 

%iAiti a composed, collected. -l)eb c collect- 
edness, composure. 

Sfattifl a poor, needy, indigent, portionless; 
ben -e the poor man, person; be -e the poor; 
be -e i Kanoen bibl the poor in spirit; . paa de- 
ficient in, destitute of; gote - impoverish; eftet 
~ Sejlig^eb to the best of my poor ability; fe 
Stibbet. -onflalt fe -bus. -Befotfitliigeii the poor 
(people). -Hot -l^dfe poor-box, alms-box. 
-Borgerweftev alderman for the charities (in 
Copenhagen), -Itytbe rheavy) poor-rates, -bi* 
fm(t poor-law district, union, -bom c poverty, 
penury, indigence, -fogcl (parish-) beadle, -foil 
pi the poor, the Indigent, -fomcw a shabby 
-genteel -fotflatibev overseer of the poor, re- 
lieving officer, poor-law Inspector. -forf«rgc(fe 
provision for the poor, -gaatb fe -^uS. -leb o 
poorness, poverty. -f^tt^Ip parish relief, (i gjemmet) 
out-relief, out-door relief. -|ofpitaI hospital for 
the poor. -l)ttd poor-house, alms-house. -(a9fe 
(tind for the relief of the poor, -»livfegaotl 
paupers' side (of the churchyard). *-tj«trt«g 
(old) beggar woman, -toloni colony of poor 
people, -lowtnidfioii Board of Guardians, -mr' 
tcv poor quarter. -lent pauper, -loigiiningeii 
the Poor Laws. -I<rgc parish doctor, -maul 
poor man. -tnattbdlaRelf c, -manb pi fiead-cakes. 
•Ottbet pauperism. -)i(eie care of the poor, -flat 
poor-rates, -ffole charily-school, ragged-school. 
*3rattigd(ig a shabby, threadbare, seedy, grat« 
tigifliftelfe fe -anfialt. -umberft^ttelfe fe -^ialp. 
•bccfeii institution for the relief of the poor, 
the charities; Unberftøtteife af -et^ fe -^iælp. 

SJatnnt n fote. 

Sfamt c Faun. Øamna o founa; SanmattS . 
the fauna of Denmark, ftamiale sapig'ou, Cebtu 
(/atuellwt). 

ØaittefMat dead freight. 

^9*^ntt, faut, fabev a fe ^get. 

Pfkpn c -e (Sfabntag) embrace; (9RaaI) fothom 
{pi fathoms og fothom); en ~ ^tænbe a cord of 
wood (cord «=8x4x4 gob; goon «=6x6x2 
å Vi feet); paa 9 -e S^anb in nine feithoms (of) 
water; ftqtte fia i enS . rush into one's arms; 
tog bam i . took him into his arms, gfabiic vt 
embrace, clasp, hug; 4^ . inb fothom in; . op 
fothom. 

{jrainejBritKbe cord-wood. 3f<i^tt(e)(aiig a a 
fathom long, -maai fathom; cord; cord-piling 
fhune. -xammt cord, -fttytte piece of cord 
-wood. 9tt>>K(c)<^' o ft fathom thick, -beb fe 
-btænbe. -oid adv by fothoms. — ^abnftctte 
vt cord (wood). -(e)f attet wood-measurer, corder. 
-tag embrace, hug. 

8rabor|a'lei a fo'vourable. -ife'te vt fa'vour. 
-it', -itin'be c -et, -t fa'vourite, minion, -it'« 
bafen fa'vouritism. ^aPt't c mere: i min . 
to my credit; tage ~ gain fovour, take well 
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*8f«5 »»/ pl «»■, mane. 
8f< fl -et felry. -aøtiø a falry-llke. 
Ørfitr c -bre fever; let • febricula; foo - take 
a féver. -aq,ti^ a feverish; i - ©pænbino In a 
fever of expectation, -anfalb i>aroz3r8m of fever. 
-tanlenbe a feveriiWy throbbing, -bttrt Peruvian 
bark, Jesuit's bark. •HblMdfen feverish glow. 
-bag day on which the fever comes on. -biort 
fever diet, -brinenbe fe -fHHrnbe. -brtfm feverish 
dream, delirium. -btfS fe -flummer. -fantafi 
feverlflh hallucination, -fontemmelfc feverish 
symptom el. sensation, -fri a tree from fever. 
-glffen shivering fit. -I|afi feverish haste. -I|cb 
a feverish. -I|cbe, -ilb fever-heat. -lulbe cold 
fit. -mibbcl febrifuge, mifdtttr cooling mixture. 
-£atieiit fever-patient. -^mlS feverish pulse. 
•ffttmmer feverish sleep. -fHUcttbc a febrlfhge, 
antifebrile, -fliag a debilitated by fever. -f))g 
o fever-sick; c fe -patient; Ⱦre . be 111 (sick) of 
a fever, -tilftaub febrile state. -Urfl feverish 
thirst, -urt skull-cap, Scutellaria; fe SfoD* 
anemone, -iiilbclfc delirium. 

^brua'r c February. 

geb' [el n (low) isthmus. 

$€b' [é] n, pi =s, skein, lea; measure of yam, 
288 yard; (Webfl.) haul. 

Qfeb a fat; tt»f 0() • stout; - Shift large, heavy, 
fat faced, type, blacker type; « ftofl rich diet; 
high living; ben 9ttt er mtg for . that dish is 
too rich for me; et -t Smbebe a lucrative office. 
- :3otb rich soil; bu er en ~ ftati you are a nice 
fellow (you are); lige -t f all one; blioe ~ flitten 
(af on), -aøtiø a flittish. 

Sfebbe vt bind into skeins, -baoiib thread 
-end. 

^bbel fe 9ebel. 

(febe vt fatten, fot (meb on), -eiyne fattening 
power, -øaarb grazing farm, -tall» fatted el. 
fattening calf, -ful baking coal, -tucrø fat el. 
fattening cattle. 

-f^gfcbet e fiddle; t kind of pillory. 

8fcbe|ftittb skin of a fat calf, -fhte fat-cattle 
show, -ftalb, -fti fattening stall, -fhib &t el. 
fottening bullock, -fttiu fat el. fottening pig. 
-tib fattening season. <^rdbaø fe ^bttrlbag. 
•Oarer Ikt goods, provisions, chandler's wares. 

ge'bllyeb c fotness. -labeii fe -ogtig. 

»eble fe ?]rele. 

Sfeb'me [é] c fotness; SanbetS . bibl the fot of 
the land. 

^'bttinø e fottening. 

iw'broiiitiita c fairy-queen. 

Brebt [é] n fot, grease; faa fit . catch it; bt)ppe 
en t ^and eget ~ pay one in his own coin, -af' 
Iclrinø layer of fot. -affcttttinø fe -beoeneration 
-aøtiø a fatty, -bille bacon-beetle, DermeHet 
lardariw. -trof steatocele. -bnnb cake of fot. 
-cede adipose cell, -baunelfe formation of fat. 
•beøeiieratioii fotty degeneration, -braabrr (t 
9Relf) oil-globules. Ofebte vt grease, besmear 
with grease; t in dally, trifle. 

t^ebtejtob paltrv shop. -tv9b greased bread. 
-faar fat sheep; fe -pet. -fab: fomme i -et P 
get into a sad mess e(. scrape, -alab a Joyou.«, 
Jubilant, -ørener pl greaves. -Intffe grease 
-pot. -tr«nimer skinflint, -law : F 6æte - carry 
a child on one's back. -Ife c grease, fot. -|ier, 
•lirittd ftimbler. -ri' n bungling, botchery. 

Sfebtet a greasy; (om Ulbøam) in oil; t fig 
sordid. 

^btJfUbe lard-cream, -fnøl guacharo. Stea- 
tornie earipenne. -gaad penguin, Aptenodyte». 
-Iialet a fot-tailed. -fyinbe adipose membrane. 
-Illerte fotty degeneration of the heart. -Iiont 
grease- horn. 



*8fe'btirdbaø Shrove-Tuesday, Pancake-Tues- 
day. 

^ebtllirtel sebaceous gland; oU-bag. -tlsw^p 
lump of fot. -fttøler oil-globules. -Irr bole. 
-letter fatty degeneration of the liver. -Isbmel 
silicated soap. -Icrber greased leather. -|plet 
spot of grease, -pubefaar fat-nimped sheep, 
Ovig tteatopvffa. -ften elaolite. -ftof fotty sub- 
stance el. principle, -flreiiø lock (of wool). -f«r 
a Rali sebate of potash (ofo.). -fbuIH steatoma, 
11] -fOøe obesity, corpulence, -fljre sebadc 

el acid, -sib wool in the yolk. -noIS 

ac i. -bftb adipose tissue. 

iJc bucb resinous wood. 

I^eeri n -et fairy-scene. 9eebevt))r n foiry-tale. 

*i^et c: i en - F in a twinkling, with great 
dispatch, 

?^fibc c -t quarrel; (mettem Stammer, ^omtltet) 
fe-.i (i^ig) war; (l^tetæt) controversy), grejbem' 
m — , ...J-. -breb (letter of) challenge, -nfftrb 
a warlike expedition, -t-^aiibffe glove, -tib 
time of war. 

8re|e vt sweep; (om feiort) rub (off the skin of); 
. af sweep off; f send (one) about his business; 
slur over; • af Steb sweep along; - ub sweep 
out, /iff sell, pawn. •bi«ø(e) dust-hole, dust-bin. 
-btfrfke dust-brush, -fone woman hired for 
sweeping, -loft broom, besom, -l^n pay for 
sweeping, -nbe a (af Ubfeenbe) dashing; bet git 
. it went on swimmingly. 

♦Qfeier c -e country-dance. 

^eielfanb scouring el. fine sand, -ffarn sweep- 
ings, -fluff e, -fliaoit. -fpabe dust-pan. -Køle 
feather-brush. 

ftejø a cowardly, dastardly, recreant, craven; 
t 4 • foted to die (»c fey). -I|eb c cowardice, 
poltroonery; oife ^ f show the white feather, 
-«ertet fe gcjg. 

^efl c, pi K, foult, (^ejltagelfe) error, mistake: 
(legeml.) defect; (^o8 ^efte) blemish; for en -f 
®tqlb for a safety; iron as It happens, it is 
true. 8fe|l a wrong, erroneou.««, incorrect; file 
faa . r not amiss, not half bad; . tlfleoeriiig 
misdelivery; gøre - Wegning fiv be out in one's 
calculations; nete ffllinutet - several minutes in 
error, »ejl culv amiss, wrong, erroneously, F 
little; aneoere .. misdellver; affhibe ~ misoopy; 
tage ~ mistake, be mistaken, be wrong; 5De togec 
fiotlig « you are grossly mistaken; tage ~ of Xiben 
mistake the time; tage . af en be mistaken d. 
deceived In one, mistake one; jeg tager . I am 
wrong; ^an tog ifte meget . he was not for wrong 
el. out; om tea ille agtet .. if I mistake not; bet m 
iff e flaa ~ at ban lommet he will be sure to come; 
batete . misdate; gaa, føre, tibe . go the wrong 
way, miss the way; ^ugge « miss; bote ~ mis- 
hear; fe . be mistaken; opgioe . misstate; ffpbe 
.. miss (the mark); træbe ~ make a folse step, 
slip; flaa > foil, miscarry, prove abortive; ftm 
ittt min ^ulommetfe flaat mtg . unless my memory 
play me folse. Sre|l|aø'tiø a foulty, erroneous, 
mistaken, wrong; -t Opgioenbe misstatement; 
•I- Ønoenbelfe misapplication (o. fl.); — adv mis- 
takenly, In error; ftemfHQe, obfatte . misrepresent, 
misooncelve (o. ft.}, -aø'tiøfyeb c error, incorrect- 
ness, -bar a fallible, -bar^eb o folUbility. -bo« 
tere vt misdate. ^il|e vi (begaa Uagtfom^eb) err, 
(9RaaIet) miss; (fatteS) want, be wanting; bet fos 
ttte . at ban l^r . . . he is siure to have . . .; 
bet -be meget i at ffan bat ... he was for ftom 
being ...—©« aU; (fotfejle) miss; bet -be bow 
itte paa he was not wanting in; ^bab -t tm 
(el. 3)e?) what ails you, what is the matter with 
you? -er c -e F miss; mistake, -fri a foultless, 
without a foult. -fri^eb foultlessness. -f«lb a 
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-f rtft error, mistake, slip. -liMffniitø slip of the 
memory, «ttfl miss, -fiwe source of error. -(«8* 
«{■§ misreading, -reøning miscalculation, feii' 
M\e missending, -fenbt part missent. -fftift c, 
•ftrtttiiiRII slip of the pen, misscript. -fftt> miss. 
-Ilag (^Iffp.) miss, -flaaet, -fiaøeit a disap- 
pointed, baulked; . ^OT^aa^ning disappointment. 
-flvtsittg erroneous inference. +-f)ior fe iBilb-, 
-1K«§ wrong stitch, -ftljriiiø wrong steering. 
•fl0^ (OiaoTb) miss, -f^n error of the eye; Jio 
misunderstanding, error in Judgment, -taiel 
table of «Tors. -taaclfc c -r mistake; of en - 
by mistake; gtibe en i en ~ catch one tripping. 
-trhi fiilse step, slip, -tr^t foul impression. 
-trorf (6lal) wrong move. 

9€f>itl0 e sweeping. 

t^c|r a fair, blooming, beautiftil; i fin -ettngbom 
in the bloom of youth, in the flower of his age. 

8fc|re vt celebrate, solemnize, keep, «t a 
popolar, much admired. 

KCfanb n fiedry-Iand. 

9€thtteh\tt c -t currier, leather-dresser, -ning 
c leather-dressing. 

*%tX^ c -et large skin with the ftir on; pelt; 
bed-cover made of skins. 

fte(bf)iat e felspar. 

^%flit c -r F fiddle. 

{eftel e long- poll, feather- shag. 

9e(t n, 2>^ B, A«r field, compartment; (i SRiffeO 
land; (i Orstfpil) square; fig department, pro- 
vince, sphere, field; i bloat - azure; i I^bibt - 
argent (ofo.). 

gfelt c field; brage i -en, tt( •« take the field; 
Høge til -I lie in a camp« -o^otet medicine 
cheat of an army, -artilleti field-artillery. 
-i«ger army-baker, -iagcri military bakehouse. 
-frnbMb pontoon. -Hafre canteen, -fob: bare, 
9aa poo - be on the war establishment; lebe 
pQtL . live as in a camp. -gttbdt{ctiefte divine 
leryioe in the camp, -^frte commander, gene- 
ral. -fpetrebl)gHg|eb generalship. -Iierretttitll 
itrategic art. -f|0f|iital field-hospital. ^^VLt 
foraging cap. -|iyttc hut (for a soldier). -|<eni 
band cufi^. -tenon field-piece el. -gun. -foplie 
ci^)ote. -faØfe military chest, -tiner t field-glass. 
-lebel camp-kettle. -tot army- cook, sutler. 
-totlen field-kitchen. -lofaret fe -^ofpitol. -Ie|r 
camp, -(ittft camp life. -I«ge army-physidan. 
-■malier sham fight, -marjtal field-marshal. 
-Hrt camp park, »p^fi army-post, -mrorfl army 
•efaaplain. -raab watch-word, pass- word, parole, 
(nefl fig) legend, -feng camp-bedstead, -flanfe 
fidd-redoubt, field-work, -ftole camp-school. 
'ft%t% field-pieces pi. -ft«t c -et, -fliever, sur- 
geon. -f[«g battle, pitched battle, -flange culverin. 
-fniebie lorge of an army-blacksmith, -folbat 
soldier of the line. -Hoi camp-stool. -fk^Re 
field-piece, -tegn sword-knot, -teiegraf field 
-teiemph. -tjeneftc active service, service in 
the field, field-duty, -tog campaign. -togS)i(int 
plan of operations, plan of campaign, t-tøf 
army-ttores. t-tujmeflcr master of the ordnance. 
-tagt outpost, -bogn ammunition waggon. 

Mnt'(e) c -t felucca. 

|fni' num five, (i JCcemingfp.) dnq; ^n ton ifle 
tttfle HI - he doe« not know B from a battle- 
door d. a hawk fh)m a handsaw; labe ~ oone 
Uge care about nothing; gaa fra ftne ~ stray from 
one's five wits; ^n er ifle beb fine fulbe . he is 
not in his right senses el. mind; be . ^obne (i 
tnglanb) cinque-ports. 9ent|aar lustrum, quin- 
quennium, -aorig a five years old; (font inb* 
tReffer ^bcrt femte eller barer fem %.) quinquen- 
nial, -aartng c -et five years old (horse). -aarS> 
tcmntag five-yearly report, -attd a five-act. 
-«met a five-armed, -blabet a quinquefoliated. 



five-leafed. *-b^ing c -et ten-oared boat. -beJt 
a ^ quinquepartite. -bobbett fe -folb. -bobte 
vt multiply flve-fold. t-fingemrt cinquefoil, 
five-finger, PotenHUa reptana, -fingret a quinate. 
-fobet, -f^bet iBerS pentameter, -folb, -folbig 
a five-fold, quintuple, -grenet a five- pronged; 
ben -be ®affe( the fingers, -lyannet a pentandrian. 
-fynnnet a pentagynian. 

^emininnm n the feminine gender el. form; 
et - {pi -na & -net) a feminine noun; et - af 
is the feminine of. 

ftemltant pentagon, -tautti a pentagonal. 
-toblet fe -fingret, -tort pope-Joan. Mt^ptt a ^ 
five-lobed. -ling c -et knotted spurrey, JSpergella; 
-et five children at a birth. 

gemmet c fimble-hemp. 

9em|iner e -e five, -ogtbbetfve 3Vt d. -|iland* 
(egente pentahedron. -|innbig a ftanon, -pun- 
binger c -e five-pounder. -|innbd Wote five-pound 
note, -ribbet a five-ridged, -flbet a pentahedral. 
-fiabelfei^ a of five syllables, -ftemmig a for 
five voices el. parts, -ttti the number five. 
-tald)»lanter pi dicotyledons -tanbet a five 
•toothed, quinquedentate. ^rtntte c num fifth; 
bet . SBub the sixth commandment; . 9Rofeboa 
Deuteronomy; fot bet • fifthly, in the fifth 
place; (fom) bet - ^jul til en ©ogn one too 
many; ftonqe, ^ame . King, Queen, three small 
ones; Ihtegten - i Rletttt four clubs to the knave. 
{^mtebet o fifth part, a fifth, grcntten num fifteen, 
ffemtenbe the fifteenth, ^entte^iart fe -bel. ^entti 
fifty. Sfenttifttbe fiftieth. ^em|tfre, *-«ring copper 
coin worth 5 JCre or */• d. 

^renber c -e ^ fender, 'pnht skid, -fHt cuck- 
old's neck, ^enbre af vt fend off. 

genier c -e Fenian. 

Rennet c fennec. Cam» /ennec. 

t^enner pi fens. 

^ennitel c fennel, Fænieulum anethum. -olie 
f. -oil. -banb f water. 

PttpataM n fidry-palace. 

Sferie, Oferier pi vacation, holidays; (i en «et) 
nonterm; (parlamentet« > recess; l^bet ~ every holi- 
days; rejfe bjem t -tne go home for the holidays. 
-beftfg holiday visit, -bag holiday, -gftft visitor 
during the holidays. -Iftdning study during 
vacation, -rejfe vacation tour, 
le c -r ferule. 

m a smart, clever (i, til at). 
'emta't(e) c -r pause, hold. 
ent' n -et fer'ment. 
lyeb cleverness. 
mambnt e brazil (wood). 
nid c -fet varnish, -bal ball for varnishing 
the copper-plate, -fe're vt varnish, -fe'ring c 
varnishing. 

Øerriltlorib ferric eWorld, -fait ferric salt. 

9erro|c))an ferrocyanogen. -tarbonat ferrous 
carfc>onate (o. ft.) 

gferff a fresh, sweet; • fe ogf. griff (ntj, ube« 
bætoet); fiø green, verdant; en . @ø a freshwater 
lake; -t Xjwnmet unseasoned timber; gribe, an» 
^olbe paa . Øeming take, seize in the very act, 
red-handed. ^crfTe vt fe Jhrtfte. 

Øerflen c -et peach, -bfonifl p. flower; (ftav 
tone!) peach-blow -ntanbel nectarine, PerHea 
lcevi9. -tr« peach-tree, Amygdalu« pernca. 

^erftlfyeb e freshness, sweetness, -ning fe grift' 
ning. -banb fresh water, -banb«* fresh-water. 

ged' n, mua F flat, -eft n F double flat. 

ge'flot n fiEiiry palace, enchanted castle. 

9cft c -er feast, festival, fSte, celebration; 
bebsgelige og ubebsgeltge -et movable and im- 
movable feasts, -aften festive night, -arran- 
genr master of the ceremonies, -bag festival 
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attire. •forefHaina special performance, -glabe 
festive joy. -gr«i holy-grass, Uierockloe. 
fteHiliiJ te't o -n festiv'ity, entertainment. 'itU* 

far fe msox. 

^fl| tastate festival cantata, -fomité fSte 
committee, ^eflliø a festive, festal, solemn; 
adv ~ fmt^rfet festively decorated, (jreftliøiieb e 
-n festivity. gfcftUøfiotte of celebrate, ^ftj- 
maaltib feast, banquet, festive entertainment. 
pPal marshal, -ntibbaø festival dinner. 
fton' [ft.] c -er festoon, 
ptlosbertsre festival overture. -blabS place 
of festival, -iproøram programme m the enter- 
tainment, -fal banqueting hall; UnioerlltetS . 
the University Festival Hall, -foiiø festal song. 
•flaal principal toast, toast of the evening. 
-ftrift commemorative writing. »itAt principal 
speech, -tog procession. 

Vitit'u vt make much of, flte. 

||ctid|b))rlelfeit c fetichism. 

WtiUta% n purlin-roof. 

9eit [ft.] c: ^n ^c faa tneøet i . he has so 
much each time he plays. 

^nbai a feu'dal. 

^citinctoit' c -er «fenilleton*. literary portion 
of a newspaper. 

^bcrben c fisdry-wotld, fairy-land. 

ma'Ut c -r cab. 

9iaS'f c failure, fiasco; gøre . tail (egregiously, 
disastrously). 

ftibcl c (6efteft)gb.) vives pi. 

mbet c, -brort primer, hornbook. ' 

m\htx c bre fibre, -ti'ii c fibrine. 

9id|u' n (three- cornered) neckerchief. 

tgribbet fe ijcbcl. 

StbciloiitBiid' n fer entail, feo£taient in trust. 
-befibber feofffee in trust, -fa'rtfl a of entail. 

gibe t n joUy. 

«»ibibttS c -et paper-match, spill, (candle-) 
lighter: pipe-light. 

tgibfel c -jler fibre. 

♦wl'etibe, ft'enbtlig o. fl. fe Srienbe. 

m' n, pl^j contrivance, craft, finesse. *-baiite 
fietshlonablc ei. stylish lady. *-fe vt dress, make 
smart, -fig a sly, crafty, cunning; ^mart, stylish. 
-fitttd c cunning dog. 

*Sfig c fe pie^gen. %\^t vi box one's ears. 

Rigest c pl ^ k -tx fig. -bUb fig-leaf. -|iarr 
fig- pear, -tt« fig-tree. 

9igtt'r c -er fig'ure, shape; (fiinietegning) dia- 
gram, figure; $octtæt i ^el . full-length portrait, 
i bald - half-length portrait; (i Itottfpil) court 
-card, honour. gfigiira'Ifaiig ornamented chant. 
ftiflttrlant'^ -anttn'bec-eT opera dancer, figurant'; 
fe ©totift. -e're vt & i fig'ure; - for (i ©on«) set 
to; bet maa . fom it is posed as; -be Xal figurate 
numbers, -atio'it, -e'ring e, mu« flgura'tion. 
-iffcrt shoot for flgruring. -labc figured warp, 
^lanrtig u figurative. 9igiir|iredtitttg goffering. 

Sif imp af %ca. 

-^Øritfe c -r fob. 

^U a fixed; F smart; .. ^bé fixed idea, mo- 
nomania, crotchet; en 3Ronb meb -e ^beet mono- 
maniac, F crotcheteer; » og fcerbta quite ready, 
trim and tight, cont cut and dread; . £uft fixed 
air; p « eQer nis either or. fjrilS o (^unb) fe 
@pibd. 9it$ati9'n c, chem fixation. Ofilde op 
vt F dress up, make smart, (amr) fix (up). 

fjritder c -eter puzzle, -oiuebe photographic 
puzzle, -bftger Tantalus' cup. -baafe puzzle 
-box. -glad anaclastic glas. -(aa9 puzzle-lock. 

Øildle're vt fix; stare at, look hard at; trick, 
dupe, -fatderier pi, f tricks, dodges. -'fl|cnte 
fixed star. 

^iltio'n c -et fic'tion. 

m c -e file. 



^ilotttro'li e -et philan'thropist -iff a phllan- 
throp'ic(al). 

^ile vt file, fig polish; F - (jiø) snatch, pilfer. 
-bævl vice-holder. -I|ttg cut. -ittgger file-cutter. 
-Ko, -Hob, hand-vice, -maftine filing-machine. 
-mudUttg lima. 

^ilc'te vt net. -t n net- work; c (9let) undercut, 
fillet: (Sogb.) back-tool. 

ftilett« n filing-board, -block. 

fti'lfra» fe 9|e(bftad. 

grill barmo'nifl a philharmon'ic. -benener 
philheirenist. 

fi'Ung, -fnugger fe ?5ile'. 
ilia'I c -et subordinate institution el. establish- 
ment, branch (office), -banf branch bank, -f ei' 
flab branch society, affiliation. 
'*"'■" rn 'n "'rtrbef be) n fiHirrec, fillgrane. -gUiS fe 

$Uing c ruing. 

SiCip Philip. 

l^tlipenS' c et pimple; fu lb of -et pimpled. 

;t'ttitJlJcn'ferne bibl the Phillp'pians. 

rViltp pifa c phlllipic. 

^^itippi'ne e -r philopene, filipeen. 

^J-iltppi-nerne the Philippines. 

f^iltft'er c -e (ogf. fia) Philistine, /io cit, snob, 
n&i.^., ialiLilcdp^i^oi.. -afliig a narrow-minded» 
matter-of-fact, -agtigbeb c, -i' n philistiniBm. 
-bcrbenest Philistia. ^iliftr^'d fe -aotig. 

gi'llfarbe file-card, -flo, -flob fe Brtie*. 

•jJfiHe c -t rag, tatter, -etibe feg-end. -f««t 
c tatterdemalion. -gaiit|» worthless nag. -grefer 
useless traps. -ImI paltry el. nasty place, -fhtbe 
paltry craft. fttUet a ragged. 

fti'ltting c filing. 

filolog c -et philol'ogist. -i' c philol'ogy. -iff 
a philolog'ic(al). 

ftilofo'f c -et philos'opher. -e're ©t philos'- 
ophize. -i' c (mental) -philos'ophy. -iff a pbilo- 
soph'ic al). 

8fi'l|ffme hand- vice, -fmeb fe -^gget. -f|»aa' 
ntt filings, -ftttfg file-stroke. -fUb file dust 

^ilt c felt, ^ilte vt felt; . fig become matted, 
entangled. 

Skilter n -e filter, strainer. 

^iltleri' n f entanglement, bother, ^iltiet a 
^ felted, tomentose. ^iltebalfer pi ($ap.) felted 
cylinders. f)rilt| lyat felt-hat. -|(rnt basin, -ficebe 
felt-cloth, -mager c -e felt-maker. -mafXine 
hardener, -ning c felting, -re vt entangle, 
mat. 

filtrat n -et filtrate. — filtrer |a4>)»arat, 
-maffine filtering machine, -papir filtering 
-paper. -|ilabe rose, strainer, -bofe filtering 
-bag, Hippocrates' sleeve, -flen filtering-stone, 
^iltre're vt filter, strain, percolate, ^iltre'risg 
c filtration, percolation, ^iltntnt n filtering 
-substance. 

^iltlfaal felt-sole. -(S)bttg parting cloth, -fto 
felt-shoe, 'tttppt felt-carpet; (SengeO blanket, 
-nib wool for making felt. 

Sfiltt'r c -et sly dog, wily rogue, -eri' n wile(s), 
trick(s), dodge(8). 

^intre vi vibrate, quiver, -bebcrgelfe ciliary 
motion. -ceOe ciliary cell, 'tpittl ciliated 
epithelium, -lyaar pi (vibratile) cilia, -n e 
ciliary motion. 

t^imfe P vi fizzle, -t P a stinking. 

^tt' -net Fin, Finn, Finlander; ^Laplander. 

mn a fine, delicate; ben -e SSetben the fiAshlon- 
able, polite world; society; -t Qæfen elegant 
address, genteel manners; en . diplomat a subtle 
diplomatist; en . ^entt)bning a sly allusion, hint; 
en • Siftinltion a nice distinction; -t (9ulb pure 
gold; et -t ^aanbtlæbe a smooth towel; -t $abit 
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- 3Æ8ttaøer a shrewd observer; F en - ftonbitot 
a knowing hand, a deep one. 

tiita'Ie c -r finale. 
iitav'fcr pi finances. 0fiiiait9|aar fiscal el. 
financial year, revenue-year. *-<08 XoIb'))>^<<v* 
tcme»t ff -minifieriuiit. -entiebSmait^ financi'er. 
•id' a finan'cial. -lømfté committee on ways 
and means, t-løoeii the budget; noot . n oeb' 
togft when Supply is voted, -manb finand'er. 
-mtitiller minister of finance, finance-minister; 
(i ISnglonb) chancellor of the Exchequer, -mini' 
ftcriv» ministry of finance, treasurv. -|i(aii 
financial scheme. -poUHt financial policy, -ub' 
irata fe -lotnité. -Oibenffai science of finance, 
political economy, -ttorfeti finance, finandal 
ooQoems. 

fti'stir<mbe vt refine. 

JMittt, fanbt, funbet vt find; « ^rtig Øffstnhia 
m&sx a ready sale; . 2)sben meet one's death; 
. Støbere meet buyers: . Sejligbeb meet with an 
opportunity; ~ 6teb take place; ^ %ih til make 
time to; > Zilflutnina meet with encouragement; 
beifont f)e r for gobt if you think proper, if 
yon choose, see good; *. frem fetch out, bring 
to light; . iøeit recover; .. inb find one's way 
in; ^ paa think of, hit upon, bethink one's self 
of; ban fanbt poa at he took it into his head to; 
• til find one's way to; t-t libet til does not 
mind much; ~ ttlbaae^ ub find one's way 
back, out; . ttb (ubfhtbe) make out; . ub af make 
out. unravel; (an ^berfen . ub eQer inb can make 
nothing of it; — w - fifl i put up with, ac- 
quiesce in, submit to; Jeø tan ttte ~ nttg 1 1 cannot 
away with; ^ fanbt fig bel berbeb (bet betont ^om 
wl) it did him good, (bet foarcbe Wegn.) he found 
his account in it; ~ «p bet finbeS . . . there is, 
are ... ; Ctbet -i enbnu i ^t^Uonb the word re- 
mains (survives, is still to be found) in Jutland; 
si fCal not -S we shall meet again; ben oirtetige 
Vefoftning tan -S beb at the proper cost may be 
arrived at by. ^inbegoM fe ^itteøobS. Øin^elig 
a to be found. 

tVmhetin^ e comminution. 
ittbejUn finder's fee. 8fiitbe|r o e finder. 
-1M finding-place; habitat, station. f)rittbista e 
finding, ^tnbitmilret finder's right Øinblfitø 
c -e erratic block. 

fi'abribitiiiQ c cupellatlon. 
fule* r c -eter veneer. -etfab veneer-saw. 
-ere vt veneer, -erer c -e inlayer. -eritig e 
veneering. 

fttnedTe c subtlety: (jd -r) nicety. 

ftinllfl c rorqual, Balænoptera. 

mnftUlie c delicacy. 

iRiiØClittg e ^ gudgeon, pintle. 

iin^tt c -gre finger; ^be lange -gre be light 
-fingered; »il tftc røte en - for at will not lift a 
finger to; gib ^am en . og ban taget ^ele 6aanben 
give him an inch and he will take an ell; pege 
-gte a b point at: -ne af ^betl hauds off! paws 
off! flifK -tene eftet, gøre tange re eftet whistle 
(br; fioni -gte tiøt eftet at he is dying to: faa -e 
i lay hands on; ^be en ^ i Suppen^ meb t SpiOet 
have a finger in the pie, in it; fe igennem -gte 
neb connive at, wink at; 6een igennem -gte meb 
condonation of; ilte lægge -tene imellem handle 
(one, something) without mittens, not spare 
one; fnot bam om fin (ille - turns him round 
her little finger; faa o bet -gtene get a rap on 
the knuckles: tftlle paa -ne count on the fingers; 
^n beb bet paa ^ne -gre he has it at his fingers' 
ends, be Is letter-perfect in it; fe en paa -ne 
watch one closely, have an eye upon one; ^at 
et |Cie paa ^bet . has all his eyes about him; 
floa en paa -gtene rap one on the knuckles, -af S 
finger-grass, Digitvria. -breb a of a finger's 



breadth. -(9)brcb c finger's breadth, digit, -btfl 
n, -b^ne c thimble; ^ fox-glove, Diøttaliå p¥r- 
puret I. -belt a ^ digitate, finger-parted. 

flinge're f)t feign. 

QfingCTlenbe finger's end, finger tip. -e're vt 
F fe ^ngte. -formig a digitate, -flinf, -f«rbi|| 
a dexterous, -fcerbiglieb dexterity, »iti« skill of 
execution. -Ijaiibffe Jfingered) glove, -fy^tte, 
-fyortte finger-stall, -tlampe thumb-cleat. -Hfe 
itching fingers, 'ttfi blown kiss. -leb finger 
-Joint, -lebeben pi phalangeal bones, phalanges. 
-nem a handy, -nemlieb handiness. -peg hint. 
-ring finger ring, -fplb« fe -enbe. -fpreg finger 
language, dactylology, manual alphabet. -flt|rle 
strength of fingers, -ftærl a strong-fingered. 
-fbamlp^ -*f«p clavaria. -fittning (paa Siano) 
fingering, -ftttte vt finger. 'Up;n sign wiUi the 
finger. *-tep, -tnp fe -enbe. -tipt a thick as a 
finger. *-baatt, -bante wollen glove, -«belfer 
pi finger exercises. Srittflte «e finger, fingret 
a digitate. 

^i'nlfyalfet a chopped small. -I|eb e fineness, 
deUcacy. -I|nbet a bære . have a delicate skin. 

lin^bal c finback, finner, rorqual. 
>i'n|iorb fine mould, -fam small-tooth comb. 
pinle e -t finch, FrinoiUa. -Iji^g sparrow-hawk. 
finfel, F -iotnm c bad brandy. 

_pinfettet n ^ netting. — ^tntenetdincrbet 
hammock-cloths, -liftet quarter-rails, -nttte 
topgallant-rail, -feptete hammock-stanchions. 

øinfet pl minced liver and lights. 

pittlevibbrr e braggadocio. 

^^inMcrrring c Lapp woman. 

Øt'nJ totnet a fine-grained, -(tnfet a finely 
rippled el. rulfled. 

0in|lanb Finland. -lonbft a Finland. -lap 
•Laplander, Lapp, tFinlander. t-loppettat 
wooden utensils made in Finland, t-loppet* 
ffnbe Finland bark, -lombet c -e Finlander. 
-matfen n Finmark, -matfepofi ^ fe $oft. 
*-mttt, -mnbb ftu*-cloak with the flir turned 
out. ^inne c -t Flnlander. 

$inne, *9intt c -t (i «Infigtct) pimple. 

$inne c -t fin. -I|bal fe ^^oa(. -fttaale fin 
-ray. ^finnet a ^ pinnate, pinnated. 

finnet a (i «nftgtet) pimpled. 

8in|ff a Finnish; n (the) Finnish (language); 
ben -ffe SBugt the Gulf of Finland, -ffp Laplander's 
moccasin, *-ff«8 mat-grass, Nardw Hricta. 

^i'njfftne adjusting screw, -fnebfet cabinet 
-maker, -fpnnben a fine-spun. 

(jrinftetc pi J/ stem-windows. 

^i'nl^bt a finely powdered, -tonbet a fine 
-toothed. 

Jrintjbiigget a finely moulded, -bannet a 
ned. 

Sjrinte c -t (i SKegtetnnft) feint; (Sifl) trick, fetch; 
(6tofe) wipe, sneer, skit; gioe en -t sneer at. 
^inte vt sneer at. 

^intjfotmet o finely moulded el. chiselled, 
-ftflenbc a sensitive, -martfenbe a sensitive. 

^into : ftonto ~ pro forma account sales. 

9i'ti|ttlbet a fine-woolled. -baft washing of 
fine clothes. 

3flo'I c F = Siofin; tabe en føtge F drive dull 
care away. 

j^ib'le c -t phi'al. 

moti'ngt«! fi'orin-grass, Aorostit utoUmifera. 
ip' c -pet tip. -ff«g chintuft. (ftwre, paa 



^ouaen) goatee. 

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\aatti a ^ four-oared, -aatig a four years 
(old); (fom gentaget flg bbett 4bc ellet oaret i 4 
War) quadrennial, ^-aating c -et four years old 
(horse), -ben lizard, Lacerta. -benet a four 
-legged. *-blab herb-paris, one-berry, true-love, 
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phyllons, (ftrone) tetrapetalous, (©æger) tetra- 
sepalous; (@fnte) four-bladed. -bele vt quarter. 
-beling quartering. -htU a quartered, -bebbelt 
a quaoruple, fourfold, -boble vt multiply four- 
fold. 

Øire vt A/ ease off, lower, veer, veer away; 
fiff (for) yield, give way, give up (to); - af cast 
off; fit neb! lower amain 1 fittof!! lower cheerly; 

fit faa fmaat! lower handsomely I . paa 8{anb 
ower on the cap; - ^nUttt for Rranen cock-bill 
the anchor. 

9ire num four; en ~ (i ftortfpil) a four; paa oUt 
. on all fours; tore meb ~ drive in a coach and 
four, (om ihiffen) drive four in hand; ftcere i ~ 
^ele quarter, -aariø/ -aard four years (old). 
•belt (0. fl.) fe fjif; - 2;att quadruple time, -foib 
fe ^ixhohhtlt. -øanødliaiie four-way cook. -ttia|id 
éonbfter four-button gloves, -manbd (XB^ift) four 
•handed (whist), -mattbdftem^el four-handled 
rammer. 

9fittu c easing etc. 

^ireleøfeldtienbebelS 92obe semi-demisemi-qua- 
ver. -ogfefdtievbebeld $auje semi-demisemi- 
quaver rest, -rabaaret ®fio quadrireme. — 
f)ri'r|fobet fe -fabbet; - )8ei8 tetram'eter, verse 
of four feet, -folb fe -bobbelt. -frtfet a tetra- 
spermous. -ftfbbet a fourfooted; et > St)t a qua- 
druped, -ørenet a four-branched, -lyatiitet a 
tetrandrous. -bjttlet a four-wheeled, -^obebet 
a four-headed, -^ttgaet a square, -f^ttstnet a 
tetragynous, tetragynian. -fyombet a quadruma- 
nous, four-handed, -bombiø a fe -^ænbet; mu9 
for four hands; — adv fpiQe ~ play duets. -Ijj^jene 
the corpora quadrlgemina. -taut square, qua- 
drangle, four-sided figure; ti gfob i . ten feet 
square, -font cuiv «X^ square; brafe en Kaa « 
square a yard, -tantet a square, quadrangular, 
-lantfil square file, -tantidmi square-iron, -tlang 
chord of the seventh, -tuber four-leaved clover; 
fig quartett. S^^rlinQ a pearlwort, Sagina. ^\x» 
linger vl four (children) at a birth. ^firUbet 
a fe -traabet. 

ftirma n -er firm. 

firmament' n fir'mament. 

firman n firman. 

tfjrirme tn, vrov fe SSimfe. 

0t'r|*menttitto o -er third cousin, -iiaotig 
^ a tetradynamous; chem fe -bæcbig. -bland- 
legente tetrahedron, -bnnbiø a of 4 pounds 
weight; en ~ ftanon (f^tepunber) a four-pounder. 
-rebet a four-reefed. -S F fe -flnbst^oe. -(e)flbet 
a four-sided, quadrilateral, -flnbdtbbe num 
eighty, fourscore. -finbStbbenbe eightieth, -finbd* 
tbbeaarig a of eighty years; en . Olbing an oc- 
togenarian, -ffaaren a (om Xømmet) square; fig 
square-built, squarely built, thick-set. -Hftaaren« 
^eb c squareness (of build). -Jtaft(et) a twilled. 
-flat four handed chess. t-ftiUing silver coin 
of 4 „Stitting". -flibet a (©lot) four-fold, -ffoet 
(om 2)t)T) shod on each foot, -flaaet fe -tiaabet. 
-fbaltet a in four columns, -fbanb team of four 
horses; føre mcb - drive four-in-hand, -fbring : 
i . at a gallop, at ftiU speed. -fb«nb fe -fpano. 
-fbænbt a drawn by four horses; . Ilaret coach 
and four, -ftabelfedorb word of four syllables, 
tetrasyllable, -flentntig a four-part, -ftolet fe 
-fæbet. -ftrenget a four-stringed, -fhrtfgne C, C 
with four strokes, -fcrbet o having four seats, 
seats for four, four-seated, «taaet a four-toed. 
-tal number four. -tont(mer)d a four-inch. 
-traabet a of four threads, -binget a four-winged, 
tetrapterous. -bintlet a quadrangular, -bierbia 
a, cketn tetratomic. *-flmng c -et four-oarea 
boat, four-oar. -^e anableps. 

ftid' n mu» F sharp. -i9 n F double-sharp. 
^${0 e fizzle, -e v% fizzle, fizz, foist. 



(Jifet'tr« n fustic. 

^ifl e -e el. pi b, fish (ogfaa i Stort); «^ (i S«et 
etcj partner; typ pie; -ene a»t pisces; faa frtft foot 
en « as sound as a roac^ el. trout; *en ful . a 
sly dog; tage -en play at cat's cradles; *tage for 
gob - F put up with, be satisfied with, be put 
off with; ^oetten gugl ettet « neither fish nor 
fiesh (uor good red herring), -agtig fe ^iffe«. 

fjrifta'l c -et prosecutor for the crown: (i dng» 
lanb) Attorney General, ^ifla'l a fls'cal. 

^iffe vt fish; angle; (£eg) play at ducks and 
drakes; « (eftet) %ot% 9lbottet ofb. fish for cod, 
perch; - i rørt SJonbe fish in troubled waters; 
^1, - et «nter op fish an anchor; - eftet et %. 
sweep, drag for an a.; . nt (tomme utlot of nt) 
foul; ^ Sejlet inb, . fammen paa ©ejlet trice up 
the bunt of the sail. ^\\lt n fishing, fishery. 

gfiftelatfalb offal of fish, -afteg fish water, 
-agn bait, -agtig a fishv; fish-like, ichthyoid. 
-anb (ftot) goosander, Afergu» merganter, (lille) 
redbreasted merganser, Mergu» ferrator^ O^trib) 
smew, white nun, Mergu» albellu». -art species 
of fish, -abl fish-culture, pisciculture, -onlcr 
pisciculturist, -ben fishbone; (tilberebt 4&balbatbe) 
whalebone; ^bibt . cuttle-bone, -benøflørt hoop 
-petticoat, fiu-thingale. -beftribelfe ichthyology. 
*-b|ferg « fish-mountain >, enonnous shoal of fish. 
-b|«rn fish-louse, Æga. -blirrc fish-bladder. 
-bUber preparer of stockfish, -bolle fish-ball, 
-bouillon fish-stock. *-brbgge fish quay. -ft«b- 
bittg fish-pudding, -bnafnnne belly-rail, -bog 
fish-day; fishing-day. -bam fish-pond, -bo^ib 
fish-davit, -brftt draught of f. -fab fish-dish. 
-fangft fishing, fishery, -farø minced fish, -ftac 
fishing fiy. -fritabetter fried fish-balls el. -cakes, 
-gaarb wear, -gam fishing-net. *-grefer p( 
fishing-gear, -grnnb fishing-ground, -gmon» 
fish-guano. -g«lie gill, -gøbning fe -affalb. -|a( 
fishmonger's shop, -bale fish-taiL -lialebrøniber 
fish-tfdl burner, -f^anbler fishmonger, -bintb* 
lerffe fishmongeress. -I|e|re grey heron, Ardea 
dnerea. *-l)|elb fish-fiake. -bob landing-net. 
-fjttb (@l)gb.) ichthyosis. -I|tt0 fishmonger's shop, 
-iale fish-leech, Pitcicola. -jagt fishing smack. 
*-|ott fe etn. -tager fe -fntabeOet. -tebel fish 
•kettle, -tifte cauf. -trabbe fisherman's wooden 
grapnel, -trog fish(ing)-hook. -tnnften the pis- 
catorial art. -tnrb fish-basket, creel, -tbafe 
well-boat, -tbnbig e ichthyologist. -leg spawn, 
-lint isinglass, -lob share of a take of fish. 
•Ingt fishy smell, s. of fish, -ntaage, -ntMfc 
common gull, LaruB conu«. -ntaaneb September. 
-ntab fish diet, -ntabing bait, -ntel powdered 
fish, -ntefter superintendent of a fishery, -nurtt, 
-m«lte milt, -obber otter. Lutra, -part fe -boai. 
-pattebbr pi aquatic mammalia, -benfel fitch 
-pencil, -plabd fishing-ground, -poftei fish-patty. 

gifter e -e fisherman; angler; zo fe ^ifteboefeL 
-baab fishing-boat, (minbte, flabbunbet) coble, 
-breng fisher-boy. 

^iftelrebftab fishing-tackle, -ret, -rettigleb 
right, privilege of fishing. 

($rifler|fart^ fishing-vessel e(. -craft. -fUabe 
fieet of fishing-vessels, -fbr fishing light, -gam 
fishing net. -gnt fisherboy. -I|n0 (gHftetS ^.} 
fisher's house el. hut; ($. ^bot bet fcelgeS ^ft) 
fish-house. 

Sfifleri' n fishing, fishery; angling, -bebrift 
fishing trade, ftiff'frig a abounding in fish. 
(Srifleri'ttbflining Fishenes Exhibition. 

^ifterltone (Sifters ft.) fisher's wife; (ft., bet 
fælget f^iff) fish-woman, -tbaft fe Bfffte-. -taOing 
(©fælbSotb) fish-wife, fish-fiftg. -Itfe fishing-village 
el. hamlet. -Ingger fishing lugger, -ntanb fe 
Bfiftet. 

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Mfterl^ige fisherman's daughter, -rinø papal 
seaL -Ime fishing vessel, dogger, -fmaffe 
flihlxig-Bmack. -fHt sheet-bend. -ftønler fisher- 
man*« boots, -frå son of a fisherman. 

^ifrnntfe fe «nfe. -felfTai fishing-company. 
-lie fish-slire, flsh-trowel. -ftifev cupriferous 
slate, -ffinb fish skin. -fr«l scale of a fish. 
-fr«r fishing-bank, -fiior, -fiMre fishing-line. 
•(liske fe -fee. -f|»lfe fc -mob. MI»or, H|»ore 
caudal fin. tail, -ftanø angling-rod. -ftation 
fishing station, -fleb flshlngplace. -frtffe giftet«. 
-IHfli, -ftisu^ -IHmwel shoal of fish, -fhitfe ^ 
coamlog (of a mast-coat), -\mppt fish-soup. 
-t«I|e fish-tackle, -tffit fishing-ticket el. permit. 
•tmc fe S^ene. -Ilk flsliing season, -tieiibe fish 
-tltbes. *'tHt common sandpiper, Totanu» hypo- 
Umco». -tør^Kbo fish-torpedo, -tøm flsh-marlcet. 
-tva« cod-liver oil, fish-oil. -tra^^e fish-ladder. 
-tanøe sole, Solea. 'tut fishing expedition; 
fishing excursion, -t^ti black-fisher. -tljDeH 
black-fishing, 'isnht fish barrel, -sttnartitiaø 
fiih-hatching. -M»^ fishing- water, -oatet fish. 
'hM^ fe 8ob. *-iiiev fishing station. -ti<rfe( 
wood-shock, pekan. Marte» oamadauU. -Qttøet 
try, yonng fish, -a^eitke a piscivorous, -aber 
ic^thyophagist. -«øle ichthyosaurus, -øie feld- 
spctf adular. ^øm osprey, b€dd eagle, Pandion 
kaiiaHms. 

ftWnd e fisc. 

9ite m p backbite. -» c backbiting, -ri' n 
•oandal. -r c -e, p 9i0felt«b scandal-monger. 

MUcI c -tier fistula, -aatig a fisttdous. -fiiU 
syringotomy. -fvslft fistulous ulcer. 

MUeKftcwwe) o fiOsetto. -tøne fidsetto tone. 
9iralc're vi sing fiOsetto. 

^•nte e -r fool, silly person, fjante vi be- 
have like a fool, -a^tt^ a foolish, silly, -ri' n 
foolery, tomfoolery, foolish behaviour. -f»at 
nonsense, stuff, -t -t»ont fe 'oatia. gfiaiitet|eb 
e foolishness, ^jcmlciitrfnt foolish manners. 

^c9 n foolery, nonsense; p bet er « meb (am 
(^clbtrb) he is poorly, {Stoat) he is poorly off. 
§iafe 9» trifle, toy. 

ftfeb n, pZ s«, step, (6poi) foot-print. 

mt{U)x [*ot] e -bre feather, plume; (gjeber6uft) 
plumage; (paa 2aai, IBoati ofb.) spring; (goblet) 
tongue; -bre pl (guøf^) plumage; lige lommen ub 
•f -ne Just turned out; træRe -en af el. ooer over- 
wind the watch. -Mliø a feathery, -ortejber 
lieather-maker. -iebflmiiitø,-ften(rbitiitø plumage. 
4[tib a soft as a feather, downy. -6olb shuttle 
-cock; f^Qe . play at battledoor and shuttle 
-cock, -iøit hold&st. -ft«fl tuft of feathers, 
plumage; willow-leaved dropwort, Sjnrcea tali- 
tifolia. -^«mtet a pennlform. -braøt plumage. 
•Mpite feather-bed. -fil spring-file, -fliøet a 
pinnatifld. -fi^lb stuffing for feather-beds, -fal* 
U»ø fe -tab. -^øe spring-trigger, -lyaw feather 
-dress, wings; Aer allerion. -|aiibel feather-trada 
•Mabler dealer in feathers, plumassier. -lyat 
hat With feathers, -line plumed cap el. bonnet. 
-%tti (i Ur) barrel, -lotbt stone-alum. -l)4b( 
tongne-plane. -tiabt a feathered; meb . 9Reaem< 
fob braccate. -toft feather-brush, -fraft elasti- 
city, -tratie collar of feathers, hackle, -freatur, 
•Iwr poultry, -traaoi poultry-breeding. -load 
ipring-lock. -la)i|iet a ^ sinuate, -let a feathery, 
ngbt aR a feather. -Ud q featherleas, callow. 
••uiteaø spring-mattress, -nul pterophorus. 
-•clllle (common) pink, Dianthua plumariu». 
•pÉåStt spring-divider, -^eliiifrrt feather-ftirs. 
-)Ma.Quill(pen). Dutch pen. -yol9|i sertularia. 
-pofe feather-bag. -|iraat brilliancy of plumage. 
-leMø featherbed, -ffifte moult, -fh» clrrhus. 
•|m( spring-steel, -fkøoler side-spring boots, 
elastic boots, congress-boots, -to» moulting. 



-toitø corn-tongs, »top tuft of feathers, crest. 
-liifte feather fkn. -bilbt wild fowl, -tiinøe 
feather-broom, duster; fe -mal. -ttoøn spring-cart. 
-Hftøt spring-steelyard, -øtt (^gl) ptUotis. — 
^iebre vt feather; vi • el. - fig be springy el. 
elastic, bend; -9 get feathers, -nbe a elastic, 
springry. 

^jenbe, t & * Qfi'etibe c -r enemy, foe; bære 
en . af be an enemy to; ftabe el. fTaffe fig -r make 
enemies: aøre en til fin ~ make an enemy of 
one. -bløb the blood of enemies, -aaitt the 
gift of an enemy, -fyaanb: falbe i ~ fell into 
ihe hands of an enemy. -|ar hostile army. 
'Umh a hostile country, -tielb fe -^anb. %itti!bft, 
fievbfl a inimical, flrjenbflat n enmity; (eoe i . 
meb live at enmity with. f)rieiibtliø a hostile; 
(fjenbff) inimical; be -e @{ibe the enemy's ships. 
SrienbtHølieb o -er hostility; opføre meb -erne 
cease hostilities. 

tier, fe Rieber. 
irrbe [a] mm fourth; bet . 9nb the fifth 
commandment; . SRofeboa Numbers; fot bet . 
in the fourth place, fourthly, -bel fourth part, 
fourth, quarter: -^ 92obe crotchet, quarter- note; 
-» $aufe crotchet rest; tre -4 laft three crotchets 
time, -maitb the fourth (man); oære ~ make a 
fourth, 'part fe -bel. 

flrie'rbiiia [ce] c -er quarter; »(Norwegian) 
quarter-mile; en . Smør a firkin of butter, -«or 
quarter of a year, three months; fern ~ fifteen 
months, -aarliø a quarterly; adv quarterly, 
every three months, -far half a peck, -ntu 
(Dan. el. Norw.) quarter-mile. -if1|rftc tetrarch. 
"»pnnh quarter of a pound, -bej fe -mil. 

{Me'rlbraøt o. fl., fe gjebet.. 

T$|frwet a (^eft) oflF (horse). 

mttn a far, fiEkr-off, distant, remote; i bet -e 
in the distanæ; bet et en . Stulig^b for at it is 
remotely possible that; itle -efle dbé om not the 
remotest idea of; itfe i -efte SRaabe not in the 
least; itfe -efte (9mnb not the shadow of a reason. 
9|eni|e ©< & r (- fla) remove, retire, withdraw. 
-H-e n distanoe. -eife c removal, withdrawal. 
-iieb c remoteness, distance, -f^n prospect. 
-fiptiet a far-sighted. 9|enit adv £eur, feir off, 
remotely, distantly. 3fienit|bøetibe, -liøøenbe a 
distant. 

ftie'rjliadfet o. p., fe Rieber«. 

ett c-e fart -e vi fut, break wind. 

^9|cttret a spell-bound, laid under a spell. 

moø [aal n dolt, booby. -et a doltish. 

^iolle vt F. behave like an idiot. *($r|oa n 
nonsense. moUtt a idiotic(al), slUy, sottish, 
^løflet^eb imbedlity. tf)r|ol» «i fooL 

firioiiø a stylish, smart; — t: fætte. paa make 
smart 

tiør indee: i . last year; i . ^øfl last autumn. 
lO'rb o -e bay, frith, Qord, estuary, inlet. 
-fart frith navigation, »-lefl pony of the sea- 
side breed, -id ice on the frith, -mniibitta 
mouth of a frith, estuary. -fa( (common) seal, 
Phoea vitiUina. 

f)r|o'r|øa«t«eI a a year old, (om Si^t) yearling. 
-falD yearling calf. 

Øiø'rten fourteen; om . ^age in a fortnight. 
-«ariø, -aar9 a fourteen years old. -baøltø a 
fortnightly, -baødftrift fortnightly, -be four- 
teenth, -bebel e fourteenth. 

gfjotte vi drivel, Qfjottet a sUly, drivelling' 
Sfløttetlfeb e sUliness. 

fieri -e & le (thin) board, 
{ftlb n -e mountain, hill; (om ©runben) rock; 
til -i on the mountains, 'aa» mountain-ridge. 
•-belte m. pasture. -befHøer Alpine climber. 
•(0, -bøttbe moimtaineer, highlander. -bl)øb 
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graphy. -kal m. valley, -bele» (af Zinbinabenet) 
the petrous portion (of the temporal bone). 
•bom^Ol» pine bullfinch, CarvtkuM enucleator. 
-brodfel fieldfare, Turduå pilarit. -bue rock 
dove, Columba livia. *-bttff ie -ftuf -eg» m. 
region, m. tract, -elb \e -ftTøm. -gfin fe -ia^. 
*'^oi Jacob's ladder, PoUmonium cctruleum. 
•fraø glutton, Gulo lutcu». -frue navelwort, 
lady's cushion, Saxi/raøa Cotyledon. -gaaS fe 
S^DsrggaaS. -gang ascent of a. m. -geb moun- 
tain goat, Copra ibex, -qxæi mountain grass. 
•grftblista hyrax. -fyamwrr crag. *'ttitxpt fe 
CJeile. -raabe Alpine lady's mantle, Alckemilta 
alpina. -fam crest of a m. -tUft ravine, moun- 
tain cleft el. fissure. *ofit«t crag, -lay mountain 
Laplander. -lib mountain life. *-lo fe hjejle. 
-manb mountaineer. *-iito(r) ^ grass-willow, 
Salix kerbacea. *-llttt fe -tinb. *->ift, -)i(bftre 
fe ^ieile. *-raffe fe -ræb. -rejfe excursion in the 
mountains, -ribi^ m. currant, Ribe« alfnnum. 
*'X0U fe -frue; mountain avens, Dn/a* oetopetala. 
-rotte fe Semming. -n|g ridge of a m. -rt)|ie 
ptarmigan, Lagopu* alpina. -ræb polar fox. 
Catii« iagoptu. ^-flar mountain-pass, glen. 
*-ftarb fe -rt)pe. -flreb mountain slide, -ftromt 
clitf, precipice, -flette table-land »iuæppt [t 
f^oibtlice. *-foUj buttercups, Banuncuiu» bul- 
oo«M. -fti mountain-path, -ftratnitig mountain 
range, -fhrtfm mountain-torrent, »ftut m. sta- 
tion. *-fbre mountain sorrel, Oxyria. -tinb(e) 
m. peak, 'icp m. top, hill-top. *-traIt fe -egn. 
*-trofk fe -broefel. *-baag(e) rough- legged buzzard, 
Buteo iagopu». *-baitb m. lake, -bef m.-road. 
*-bibbe vast mountain wilderness, -bftg rock 
wall, bluff, -bortte mountain sprite 
tain desert. 

-^9læle vt hide, -fteb hiding-place, 

^ial(X)t\hot booth (of boards), 
farce, -bebdteater canvas-theatre, 
booth, penny-gaff, -bre bridge of boards, -gmlb 
deal floor, 'tftttti booth, shed, -loft ceiling of 
boards, -bogn cart made of boards. 

g|«r fe Sjebet. 

*m(ttt c ebb, ebb-tide; beach, strand, sands, 
-malt c lug, lug-worm, Areniool/i piieatorum. 
•mud, -bifl purple sandpiper, Trinøa maritima. 
-nrt Dover catchfly. Silene nutans. 

5J«'r|fblb 0. fl., fe gieber». 

gjirrfiiig fe Siæflna. 

OifVd n, p^ », F > nu!e, physiognomy, F phiz. 

t^rlæfe vt hang in shreds. ^\øtSit pt shreds. 

guefiug c -er sting-bull, Trachinut. 

*»!<* w, pi «, b3rre, cow-house. 

tSUfe fe %\ct\t. 

Srlaa vt flay, skin; fig fleece; « at strip off. 

*^iaa a shallow, -bbgget a flat-built, shallow. 

^laab' n flux; {p. ^ftefnøre; float; bet ^tHbe « 
the whites. 

tSflaabe c -r CKntal Sfibe) fleet, squadron; (en 
6tatd) navy; (S^offarbtfl.) fleet of merchantmen; 
liDe . flotilla; (Xømmern) float, raft; («rbeib«f.) 
floating stage; — t>f float, rafl. -afbeling divi- 
sion of a fleet, naval armament, -bro floating 
bridge, -bronibe floated firewood, -bagger raft 
•builder, -bemonftratioti naval demonstration. 
-ftfrrr raftsman, -fyage raft-dog. *-bo(ber ^ 
slow ship; fiif mediocrity, -inf belter inspector 
of the navy. -Icrtting raft-chain, -leje roads, 
-materiel materiel of a navy, -minifter fe 9Ra< 
rine*, -manftring, -rebb naval review, -ftation 
naval station. ^X^xU naval force. 

^faab'IgaOe wind-gall, vessignon. -l|o(t float 

Sflaajer c -e usurer. *'%alU vt pare (grass 
-laud), -fyalfe c mattock for paring, -lyaltting 
paring. -Inib seal knife, -ning c flaying etc. 



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^^laad c -er malapert, -et a malapert, haram 
-scarum. 

S^laate c -r tick, Ixodes rieintu. 

9iah (og ^lah'J c chaps; ^olb . P none of 
your Jaw; en . F >Ea a malapert, -et a mala- 
pert. -Ob c p Slap in the face. 

j^facon' [fc] c -er small (scent-)bottle. 

^(ab a flat; F (flob) blank, nonplussed, sheep- 
ish; fø(e fig . feel sat-upon; ben -e fiaanb the 
palm of the hand; -t Sanb level land; -t 8anD 
shallow water; flaa . flatten; falbe -t neb C&U 
flat, -agtig a flattish. -baab punt, flat-bottomed 
boat, -brbftet a flat-breasted, -br amber flat 
flame burner, -br^ flat-cake, bannock, -ftnnbet 
a flat-bottomed. *-bbgb flat, open tract, -bijgget 
a flat- built, 'hætq, -bfttte sweet-pea, Lathyru». 

gfabbermine c rougade. 

9labe c -t flat, plane, plane figure; (ben flabe 
6ibe) flat side; -n af Sablen the flat of the sword, 
-^^rliibe ftg (af) vr flatten, -inbfyolb superficial 
content, area, -(bti sheet-lightning. >maa( 
surface measure, -maoling planimetry, -mm 
fe -inb^olb. -bentil disk-valve. 

^(a'blfil flat-flle. -fiff flatfish, -fobet a flat 
-footed. -Ilammer set hammer. -Iiamre vt flatten. 
-I|eb e flatness, -lyobeb scupper-nail. -I|0brt a 
flat-hoofed. -i«m flat iron, -font (of IBjalle el. 
®ten) broad side, -tnob butterfly orchis, Pla- 
tanthera. -frabet a ^ salver- shaped, -(anb level 
country, plain, -linie level line. -Ini crab 
louse, Pediculuå pubiå. -lanbet, *-l(rnbt a flat, 
level. -Ub flat race. f. racing, -ning c -er bot- 
tom, -norb tody, T<Miu». -nafet a flat-nosed. 
-orme pl planaria. -bnllet a flat-crowned, -feng 
shakedown, -fiben the flat (side), -ffinne plate 
-rail, flat rail, -flembel flatter, -ftiffe flat scooper, 
flat sculper. -fting broad stitch. -fHerike stitch- 
wort, Stetlaria. -fbtting broad stitch, -ftfm flat 
seam, -taget a flat-roofed, -tang flat(- nosed) 
pliers, 'topptt a flat-tooped. -traabt a fig hack- 
neyed, -trbfning, -trbftlyeb e flattening, com- 
pression; ^ocbenft . the oblate form of the earth, 
-trbft a flattened; mafi oblate, f-bonb shallow 
water, f-banbet a shallow. 

Sflag n, pi =, flag; (ftanH)aanefIag) J, ensign; 
(«RationSfl.) colours; ^ejfe - hoist, heave out the 
flag el. colours; firtoge . strike, lower the flag 
el. colours; føte faljt . wear false colours, -bng 
bunting, gflage vt hang el. put out a flag el. 
fl(i!7=:. ,1, dress a ship, display colours; bet -t i 
©lun tlu t<->wn is decorated with flags, is flagj ' 

;vtagc c c, *»(ag «, pl =, flake; (jlot 3«fl 
fl(R'. fleb hurdle-gate. 

A-iagcIlant' e er flag'ellant. 

^i-tflflfolet' c -ter fli^'eolet. -tone f. tone. 

;>Iftgermn« c bat, vetpertUio. -ben pterygoid 
b<Mi' -briettber bat's wing burner. 

~ ' 4b ensign- haliard. -gaffe! flag-gaff, 
m^.—wy odff. 

flagge fe Oflage vi. 

$la glfobtafn flag-captain -ftfte colour-chest. 
-fnab truck of the flag-staff, -ma^er c -e flag 
-maker, -manb ^ signal-man; fe fftb. 

*Srlagne vi flake, peel el. scale off. 

jTagofficer c flag-officer. 

flagrant' a flagrant; in flagramti In the very 

flagre vi (uroligt ^ib og bib) flicker, (ogf. fig^ 
flutter, (flaa meb Btngeme) flap; (flamme uRabiat) 
flare; en -nbe Hiue a flickering flame; &t)fet -i the 
light flares; -nbe SJof tct flowing, dishevelled locks, 
-abe flying lemur, OaUopit/Uctut. -baanb flow 
Ing ribbon, -egem fe giDoe«. -onlb fe glitter' 
-Iftnbe, -linb flying-membrane, -ibfi, -fbge flck 
leness. -bnngabe flying phalanger, /Vtattm«. 
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^U'Ølflift flag-ship, -fmttlfet a befiagged. 
•ftiirt(tc) woodpecker, 'ipil, -ftang flag-staflf. 
•fliilftta«!» tiruck of the flagstaff. 

^Uit' a flat; .X> flat, shallow, shoaL SfUC n 
4^ flat. 

M«ltc vt room, rove, ramble, -«• [t.] flicker. 
•tipft runbling propensity, -n c roaming etc 
*le vi flap: - meb {Bingeme flap the wings. 
»{•(te fe ^Icene. 

; flamingo, FAceniooptenu. 
' c 't Fleming. 

-T flame {o%\. fio Xilbcbte), blaze; 
(i %M\) wave; (i Iræ, ©ten) vein, streak, wave; 
ftnenbe meb • bom with a flame; float i . is in 
flames; brinøe i « inflame. %XwMmt pi flame, 
bUze; en -nbe dib a roaring, blazing fire; ^ i 
Sejret flare up. -fttbiiiitg fe -^I. -ilif flaming, 
flery look. -Mb, -grat vott death in the flames. 
•Imp ocean of fire. -Isl flre-hole. -t«tto(fc( 
fluke. -«^ a flaming etc.; k«r Inflamed. -o|ial 
flre-opal. -OM carbonatins ftimaoe. " " 
indelible characters, -fnibiuita gassing, 
veined, waved, streaked, curled. 
' BfT a Flemish. 
f I« n Flanders. 
■e e 'X giddy girl, 
Be vi flirt. 
Moscl' fe flonel. 
mmt'tt 9% lounge. 

9Unic|ri' n, -»«fe« levity of manners. -i»«ni 
c ^ddy-headed, coquettish. 
mmft e X flange. 

9lcale e -X flank; folbe i -n take in flank. 
•«atcck attack in flank, -batteri flanking bat- 
tery. -birtviMt flanking. ($rliiitte'r1il thinning 
file ^««fe'ee vt flank; F «• lounge. 
Sttmø'v e -er loafer, man about town. 
^M«9 n dandriff. 

9ui|le e -t bottle, flask; (Upoteterf.) phial; 
tome i>aa -t bottle. grUffe o<: . op (et IBam) 
bring up by hand, dry-nurse; . fig F succeed; 
bet bU iRe . fig it's no go. -agitrf calabash 
•btffe bottl^-tray. -breb i, bottle-paper, -bng 
belly of a bottle. -b«rfte bottle-brush, -baitiiet 
o bottle-shaped, -fsbee bottle-case, oellaret. 
-fsraiet fe -bonnet, -groåfar calabash, OttettHnta 
togmaria. -gMV a bottle-green. -^alS neck of 
a b. -^Iilftev, -ttufet capsule for bottles, -taut' 
f4«f raw caoutchouc, -titrb bottle basket. -lat 
lealing-wax for bottles, -tufte bottle-stopper. 
må^t belly of a bottle, -moben a ripe (for 
bottling). 'pt9p cork, stopper, -febbef ^ bottle 
-paser. -jlMr pi broken bottles, bottle-ends. 
•fNu label. -fripl«i»g bottle- washing, -ftattb 
bottle-stand, -tol fe -prop, -tra sweet-sop, 
Bweet-ai>ple, Anona •<ruamata; calabash- tree, 
Crmeeniia cnjeU. -tr«t tackle, block and pulley. 
^tct|e lapeUed bodice, -cble (a kind of) me- 
km-apple. -tl bottled beer. 
'%Utt fe ^loote. 
ftCatte'rc fe emigre. 

%U^i9t\t fto w surrender real property for 
t pension, -eife e commutation of real prop- 
er^ for a pension, -tug o -ec one who has 
nrrendeied etc 
Megel c -giet lout. 

^Icf»« e & M phlegm, dullness, IndiiTerenoe. 
•'tm e phlegmat'io person, -'tift a phleg- 
matic. 

Iiiftalbet a fe ^Imftotbet. 
"*€ r -t non-corporate town, borough. 
t'tt vt inflect. 
: e -e prong, tine, 
fe fturage. 
^ Mfle vt flense, -ee o -t flenser, -iiitig c 
flensing. 

Sotfen: ^nfE-Cbtgelft Otbbog. 



fVIe'nftalbet a bald-pated. 

9Ut, fiete (eompar of Wonge) more; iffe - no 
more; (obffiflige) several; (forffettige) various; - 
drange, liftfonet several times, persons; ^oem <.? 
who else? efter . aRaonebetS ^oboetelfe after 
months of absence; fe ftomme fro. — ^lerlaorig 
a of several vears, several years old; .. $Ionte 
perennial, -bafift a polybasic. gfleeeftebS culv 
in several places. 9ltt\$nttvi' n polytheism. 
-^eb c majority, plurality^ generality; ben ftote 

of the general run (F ruck) of. -toiitet < 



polygonal, 'tnipptt a ^ polyadelphian, polya- 
, . . . . * - fti' n poly- 

fibet, -fibiø 



delphous; be be polyadelphia. -toiieri' 
gamy, -ploiidleøeine polyhedron, 
a many-sided; fiø varied, multifisrious; (om $et< 
fon)ver8atlle. -ftabetfedorb polysyllable, -fte«. 
miø a polyphonous; . Song part-singing; (Song 
ubfot for fleie Stemmet) part-song, descant, -tai 
gram the plural (number); fe -beb. -taldbatbe 
the rule of the msjority. -tb^ig a of different 
meanings, ambiguous, -t^biøfyeb o ambiguity. 
•barbig a. ehem polyatomic 

téJefe fe 8K«fe. 

#e'fl [ogf. fléft' & flæftl a, npert of SWonoe, 
most; fom 9olI et . like the common run, the 
generality of people, the rank and flle of 
hiunanity; be -e most people; mine -e 9f get most 
of my books. 

^Uttt vt plait, plat, braid; . en fturb make a 
basket; . en Stxani wreath a garland: . et (Kætbe 
wattle a hedge; . tnb, fe 3nbflette. *SfIette e -t 
plait, braid, -iaoiib braid, -gierbe hurdle, 
wattle, -tome, -|iige plaiter, braider, -l^j braid. 
-bart plait, hurdle-work. ^letuint c (bet at 
flette) plaiting etc.; (bet Briettebe, pT-er) plait, 
braid. 

Sficrio'ti c -et inflexion. 

*8flt vt, fe gib vt 2. 

tlibnffier c -e filibuster, freebooter. 
lib diligence; (Vtbejbfombeb) industry, 
(VonbtenRtengelfe) application; meb .. on purpose, 
purposely; gete fig megen • take g^i^eat pains. — 
^li'bdlarbejbe painstaking work. -beUaniiig^ 
-liraratie prize for diligence. 

OriieS c & n bet el. ben gblbne ~ the golden 
fleece. 

Øiig o 't lAp; corner; (p. ^obebtsD lappet; (p. 
«nfer) fluke, (p. Storage) arm. -et a ^ lobatQ, 
lobated. -labe twa^blade, Littera, -lore pepper 
dulse, Ltmrtntia ptnnaHfida. 

%{iV c -let patch. 

mitflat n cross-caper. 

Hflitte vt (loppe) patch, piece, botch, vamp up, 
(Sro) cobble: . inh fig insert, wiU foist in. 
-orb expletive. gfHttejr o -e patoher. botcher, 
vamper, -ri, -bart n patching, patchwork. 
^Utaing c patcbdng etc. 

JUmmeeopaf c Oriental opal. 

^lioire vi glimmer. 

t^lin n p grin. ^liue vi grin. 

^liat a smart, quick, brisk, active: clever, 
able; . i ^tftorie clever at history. %i\ut\t (op) 
vt brush up, make smart, -fyeb o smartness, 
quickness, briskness, activity; cleverness, ability. 

(Jrliiit e -e flint; oæte noer beb ot fpiinge (rl. 
fiboe) t . be bursting with rage. 

^Ifnt ((9eb(er) c -et gun, musket, fowling-piece. 
— gftintelb^Sfe b. f. -tolbe butt-end of a gun. 
-tttgfe bullet, musket-ball. -laai flintlock. -Ub 

Sin-barrel, -ftnb musket- shot, gun-shot; paa -4 
fftonb within gun-shot -ften guo-fllnt; flint. 
ftlintlfliS, 'fktttU spall, (regelm. tilbannet) flint 
flake. •(e)0lad flint-glass, -boarb n hard n» 
flint, -terse archæ flint core, -tiiib f. knife 
(0. fl.). 
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-collar; . af et Xøttlæbe corner of a handkerchief. 
-(rane fistlse-coUar, gills; ($Iante) candy-tuft, 
Iberi«. 

fritte c -x yonng bream. 
Wire vt f langh, grin. 
ftliS -et splinter, flinders pl. 
ØHfe -t flag (-stone); (i Q)IaS oft).) flaw; fe 
%M\ btlctqat mrb -r flag, ^life vt & i splinter. 
-ielaøt a flagged. -ferolaMing flagway. -gttlii 
floor of flagstones, flagging. -Iffgøe vt nag. 
-raffe flagging, footpath, -fleit flagstone; kerb 
-stone, -t a splintery. 

flitSiiie c cross-bow, boy's bow. -f ølbc stock 
a cross-bow). -|iil arrow. 
tutte e' -r fleam. 
litter c tinsel, -atd melio-grass, Melioa. 
•f-^tober p^ sham virtues, -gnlb leaf-brass, -fram, 
•flabd, 'ttmt tinsel, -»ib fiilse wit. 

Ølittiøa diligent; studious; industrious, sedu- 
lous; - ioeføget fbequent visitor; — adv diligently 
etc.; flubere . study hard. -I|eb e fe glib. 

ftlob' n f c %laat)'. 

9Ieb o (mobf. Sbbe) flood-tide, flood; (Sanbfl.) 
inundation; bet bat >(-tib) the tide was in. 
ft(0b c -er river; beb en « on a river, -aiifer 
flood-anchor, -an« branch (of a river). -i«ab 
river-boat, -iab river-bath, bathing in a river. 
•ireb river-bank, river-side, -inat winding of 
a r. -iætfeii basin (of a r.). -(«løe tide wave. 
-ba«|ier, -bamtofffi river-steamer, -belta river 
delta, -biøe dike, embankment of a r. ^toh\t 
vi «X^ flow; naav øil bet . i 3)ag? what time will 
the tide flow to-day. -fart r. -navigation. -fart#j 
river-craft, -flff river-flsh. -f^r tidal light. 

ftloblaafle fe ^laah: 

Ølobfoebet river-basin, -giib river-god. -gnb* 
tube r. -goddess, -f^eft river-horse, hippopo- 
tamus. 

moblHoIt fe 9Iaab*. 

9lo'b|^iiiniel eddy, vortex, -fiber mink, Vuan 
lutrtola, -inft^eftør inspector of a river. -fre(S 
crayfish, .Affacu« fiuviatilit. -lamiiret river-lam- 
prey, Petromyzon ftuviatili». -leje river-bed. 
-løbø r.-pilot. -Ub river-course, -(e)waal high- 
water wark. -ntaaler tide-gauge, -ntmibiitø 
mouth of a river, •wotrte high-water mark. 
-iieøeiit{eii fe -lampret, -nijnife water-nymph. 
-kerlentiidliMø f^esh-water mussel, Unio. -Iieliti 
river police, -renbe channel of a r. -riø a 
abounding in rivers, well-rlvered. -foiib river 
•sand. -fe|Iabi$ river-navigation, -feiiø fe -leje. 
-fiønal high water signal, -ffilbliabbe marsh 
tortoise,- Trionyx. -f bin wart-hog, Potamochcerut', 
fe ftapitmri. -fliflew river system, -tib flood 
•tide. -«If miller's thumb, OoUtu gobio. -banb 
river-water. -be| passage by a river, -»r« osprey, 
Pandiim haliaetm». 

Slot' e -fer (om Ulb) flock. 
Ut c -fe flock; (ffuflle) flight, wisp, (b. 9fot. 
ben) pack, (Saatler) bevy, (f. df«. «oerbøn«) 
covey: (Store) swarm, troop, party; i . og Srøløe 
in company. 

*$Iaie c -x tangle, snarl; •— vt tangle, snarl; 
•S tangle, get tangled, -t a tangled. 

tlone c fe glof 1. 
lofte vt gather, collect; . fig or, -fci vd 
flock, crowd, throng; gufllene l^oe begt)nbt at . 
fig to pack, -tal : i . in crowds, flocks. *-trøfl 
fe ^iælbbtoSfel. -bid adv in flocks. 

mofrøbt n naoarat of red flock. 

*8fIof», ffloffe [6] e romp, -e vi romp. 

IHoflfIRe floss- (flock-, flox-) silk, -tolieter 
flock-paper hangings. -«Ib flock-wool. 

SflbW f*6] e -met water-meadow, swamp; 
waterflood. inundation, freshet, owerflow. 
vi be flooded, swollen. 



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Sflomne e -r leaf, inside fat, prcv flead. -fUb 
matie. 

^lomtib c season of freshets. 

flonel' n flan'nel. -#• flannel. 

glor n crape, gauze; (iBceon.) pile. 

^lor e bloom, flowering, blossom; fig flourish- 
ing state, prosperity, success; ftaa t .. bloom, be 
in full blow. $)fIora c ^ flora. 

^gflore c ^1, tier. 

jMorence n (Zøi) Flor'ence taffieta. 

^lørenld n Flor'ence. -ti'ner c -e Flor'entine. 
-tinerHaffe Florentine receiver, Florence-flask, 
-tineritt'be c -r Florentine, -thierlof round lake. 

ftløre're vi flower; fig flourish. 

pløret' c -ter foil. 

møretjbaovb gauze-ribband, -fille floes-silk. 

9l0'r|finer fe -Dinger. 

*f)rIør<ttQ fe fjflore. 

ftlø'mtel n fine flour. 

ftlørømbnnben a draped with crape. 

9l0'rd|baanb n gauze-ribbon; (til 6org) crape 
-band. -lyat gauze- (crape-) bonnet. $Ior|løte 
fine sieve. %\9t9\iti\»)ft gauze-cap. -ftor gauze- 
(crape-)veil. ^lørbinge lace-wing fly, Bmne- 
robius. ^lørbcrber gauze-weaver. 

«■ftløg' n (i fiaaret) dandriff. 

9I0»' «I -fer, (Zoj) plush; (X»l Su) shag; (M- 
flibte Zroabenbet) fhtyings. 'Iiat plush hat. 

jjløjfel e -fler mere phrase, set phrase. 

^løøfe vt shag; vi fray, fuzz. 

mot' a ^ afloat; (tBæbn.) loose; fig free» tne 
and easy, cavalier; Jauui^, dashing, smart, 
rakish, fast; . ^aaftanb off-hand assertion; — 
adv 4, afloat; cavalierly etc., &st, extravagantly; 

fløte et ®fib « set a ship afloat; leoe . live 
uxuriously; bringe . vt set afloat. -|eb e non- 
chalance, Jauntiness, extravagance. *-|øIt n 
float, {jfløtte vi mth, fe fSbfle; — or fig spread 
one's self; . fig meb sport. 

ftløtifl'e -t floUlla. 

mottø'v c -et float. 

g^løb a flat, vapid, insipid; mere dull, flat; 
ben -e Zib the dull, silly el. slack season; . 9inb 
light wind; . «ittiabeb bad Joke; gøte . em- 
barras; blioe . be ashamed, feel sheepish; en .. 
$etfon a siUy, insipid person; fe . ub look 
sheepish, blank, small, foolish, sold'; Jeg er 
ganfle « I feel quite (kint. grføble vi: 9inben 
-be (af) the wind fell light; — -k »r fig øeb ot be 
ashamed to. -beb e flatness, vapidness, insipid- 
ity; dullness; faintness, fidntlRhness. -fer jd f 
impertlnendes. 

*»105 fe »lof«. 

ǤIn e et half-tide rock; bait. ^In vt bait 
(the ground). 

9Ine -t fly; fe Sbanftflue; floa to -r meb ect 
Bmctl kill two birds with one stone, two flies 
with one flap; ^be -t i fiobebet have a bee in 
one's bonnet, have one s head ftiU of wasps; 
foette en -t i Aobebet turn one's head; bøbe fo« 
-t died like flies. *-aat limacina arctica. ->cn 
fly's leg. -blømfl fly orchis. Orchis bifoli^. 
•bttffcn fe -net. -fanger ^ fly-trap, I>ian<m 
mtucifmla', fe -fnapbet. -fifler fly-flsher. -fiflrri 
fly-flshlng. -gift fly-poison, -iøb, -fetfer fly 
•catcher, butterfly-net. -tbaft fly-flap, -ntaøer 
-e fly-tier. 'Utt fly-net. 'pt^it poisoned paper 
for flies, fly-paper. -)»Iafler blister, (langfomt 
troeftenbe) blistering plaster, -flab meat-safe, 
meat-screen, -ffam fly-specks. -fmieRe fly-flap: 
fe -fanget ^. -fnojilier fly-catcher, Mmteioapa. 
*'\9p fe -\wanp. -f|ib fly-blow: belagt meb ., 
fotbatbet (om gøbemiblet) fly-blown, -flev me- 
tallic arsenic, -fvant^ fly-mushroom, toad-stool, 
Agaricut mMoctriw. -trøt quassia, -bifte fly-frui, 
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9ISft e (UnbØiMt^ Wømnino) escape; (^iDatrtt, 
%b9t>m) flight; ^b] %., ^m^atn i Sejtet; oøfaa /h) 
soaring; fig spirit, vigoar, taae -en take to ODe's 
heeU, take to flight; i irilb . in rout, completely 
rooted; flaa ^enben paa . put the enemy to 
flight ftQbr m 9ugl i -en shoot a bird flying el. 
OD the Wing; ørtbe i -en fig catch by the fore- 
lock; øglene ete poa . ^ele 3)aaen the birds are 
on the wing the whole day; i . meb flush, 
level, even, in a line with. $(«at|e vi (meb) be 
flash (with); run (parallel), -ftttb flying shot. 
•fl^kimig flying sboto, shooting on the wing. 
-f«ar line, -ftol lady's chair, -tib art time of 
flight. *-lpef»«i a fledged. 

Mnibtt« n ha fluid. 

»InM' adv immediately, straight, forthwith. 

9talttt|Mio'ii -er fluctua'tion. -e're vi 
fluc'taate. 

^it»te vi sparkle; -enbe n^ flre-new, bran-new, 
^ck-and-span new. 

%im9T n fluorine, -alttwiviitiit (ofto.) fluoride 
of alnminlum (etc.). t-iriiit(e} fe ^u«U)re. -for* 
6te»c{fe fluoride, «-vmbflof fe Bfln^f^re- 

grliti' e flux; ckem calcined potash, -ntibbef 
flax. -fMt fluor (spar). -fUial flowing steel. 
-f^ hvdrofluoric acid 



ftlMSiom^regiiiiiØ e fluxions. 

*ftl9 e -er moor. 

919 vi flee, fly, run away, e« 



escape; — vt flee, 
avoid, shun, eschew. 

919 vt hand, give; t set in order, trim, make 
trim. 

Mbc (fløb, flDbt) vi flow, run; (paa Sanbet) 
float; . af result, follow fh>m; ber toil . Olob 
Mood will be shed; (9ult>et -i meb Sottb F the 
floor is overflowed with water: . ober run over, 
overflow; • op rise to the surfkce; Zaien t gobt 
fsT ^om he has a good flow of words; ^eraf -r 
benoe it fbllows; . fammen fig run into one 
another, -ftatteri floating battery, -iom (floating) 
boom. <•§» floating bridge, -bøf floating dock. 
-b«s«i«0 floating dam, caissoon. -evne buoy- 
ancy, «fijr floating light. -lert cork-float. -miiK 
booyant mine, -s e flowing, -»be a (mobfat 
fot) fluid, liquid; (Xole ofo ) fluent; en . |)aanb 
t cnrrent hand; i . Silftanb in a liquid state; 
. £(gemer fluid substances, fluids, liquids; — 
odv fluently. ^I^bm^eb e fluidity; (om Zaie) 
fluency. ^fHbejr e -e float, -foiib quicksand. 
•9a|tr, -iHurbe floating beacon, -»«gt hydro- 
meter. -• floating island. grl9b|elt n float. 
90)btti«g e flowing; floating. 

ØUlgel n -øler grand (piano), -boiitcr, -|e(t 
harmonious blacksmith, -f^ont bugle-horn. 

ftllpftle vi flee, fly, run awav (for before); 
- fia Sanbet flee the country, -(q a (fli^atenbe) 
fugitive, vagabond; (let bortbunftenbe) volatile; 
(ibctonbiø) inconstant, fleeting, transitory; (om 
tnatt.) giddy; f^ofHø) hasty, cursory; et -t Oefog 
a flying visit; et -t Ubfat a rough sketch; — adv 
cmsorlTy, hastily, in passing; betroøte ~ take a 
eoraory view of. -iglicb c volatility, giddiness, 
•«iifl c -er fugitive, reftigee. 

9(%«ber c -bre flounder; fig block-head; ^ log 
-chip, (til Rot) yoke, (til 6olfriO euphroe, avniing 
-flsh -tli fe Sifte*. -f^øe core. «9I)|nbre c -r 
fe ^bnbei. *9tnn^tt vi play at ducks and 
drdtes. 

9l^t*%n a fe ^Dttelig. -iotleb e removability. 
•UttfCT pi nomadizing Lapps. *-mtiib ferryman. 

PltiiMf c -er moving, removal, transfer, 
Bore, flitting. 

Mttc vtA i move, remove, shift, «e flit; 
'rai Zjeneftefolf) leave, quit; (I 6fal 0. I.) move; 
^ttqge, fetfl^tte) transfer; bet et ^m fom fToI ~ 
V. is yoor move; . inb take possession, move 



in; »neb (6ubtt.) carry; • til (oøf.) go to live 
in e(. (til en) with; . (poa) fiø move, make room. 
•barbnner travelling guys, -benid certificate of 
changed residence, pass-note, -bag removing 
day. -folb movable sheep-fold, -jfolt porters 
(for removing fUrniture). -friiycb right of emi- 
grating, -firrbiø a ready to move, -aobd ftiml- 
ture a-moving. ^lljtteliø a removable ^tttU\' 
taé waggon-load of furniture -omnibttø nimi- 
ture van. -ri' e (bustle and trouble of) moving. 
-Høv moving dust, -tib moving (el. leaving; 
time, -boøn spring-van. 

JH^be, fløt nojct vi fly; . ^t soar; 6Iibet floj 
uften the ship blew up; ~ fjm paa fly on to; 
> op (t!fu0l) take wing el. flight; Zeten floj op the 
door flew open; ^n floi op he started to his 
feet; . paa en fly at one. -blob pamphlet, fly 
-sheet. -bl«f ^ fly-block, -bur aviary, flight. 
•eøem flying-squirrel, Pteromv» voUm». -ebne 
faculty of flight. -Hfl, flqoenbe grift flying flsh, 
Exoeetut volttan», -fob fore Umb specially modi- 
fled for flight, -firrbiø a ready to fly; (om l^fuale' 
unøer) fledged, -ffv a fledged, -gigt flyms 
rheumatism, -grille fimcy, whim, caprice, -fya} 
chimsera. -Iiajl violent el. headlong hurrv. t-l^brc 
wild oats, Avena fatwt. -I|ebe sudden f^ver 
•heat, -biib wing-membrane, -f^ul entrance of 
a beehive. -I|titib fe -nbe. -uibfalb passing 
fancy, conceit, -fmtr flying gurnard. Dactyl- 
opteru9. -fKflfr mad staggers, ^timil art of 
flying. -fiKYUglifb fleeting passion. -Iljft sud- 
den fancy, transient desire, -«affine flying 
-machine, ^lljbeii c flying, flight; . 1 Semmeme 
shooting, shooting pain. 9I)|beiibe a flying; 
her flotant; . Ønørrb (fiaa9) movable toe; .. 
9ro flying-bridge; . ^anet flying coloius, colours 
fljrlng; i « ^att, ^w in a great hurry, post 
haste: ~ %ttx^t flying ferry-boat; . gal in a 
towering passion; . ^unb, Victt fox-bat, Pterojm»; 
. lllQber Jib -topsail; . ftorp« flying party el. 
camp; . @eø( flying seal; . 6meTter shooting 
pains; . 6ommer gossamer, gribbe Ipttngegem 
flying phalanger, FetauruM foiureu». -reblfab 
organ of flight, -rbgtc idle report, -fanb quick 
-sand, -fmft pamphlet, -fnittc, -fflyttel fly 
•shuttle, -fprhig full gallop, flill speed, -taltel 
single burton, -tante passing el. fleeting thought. 
-Hbenbe fe -rt^øte. -nif fe -tnur. -øgle pterodao- 
tylus. 

flrlitb n fe -ft. ^labe vi pule, blubber. — 
9fabe|bigt puling poem, -v -e puler, blub- 
berer. -rl' n puling. 

t91«g 0, pi tB, (0ul Softrblilie) yellow flag, 
water-flag, Jriå p*etidacorui; fe fta(amu9. 

♦»Iflrt' c -!et, fe ^let. 

mat pi fe »øblef. 

91<rtfe (OQfaa flafte, flalt) vt split, cleave; 
(Zomr.) chamfer; flalt fSm spread eagle, ^lortle 
e -r archæ flake. 

S'rlatU e fe %\eXt, 
grlftftrbat a fe Oarflatlrt. 
9l<rtfe|fUb split-herring, -øtrtcr split-peas. 
ftlcrhiiitg splitting etc. ^(artiiiiigdplavle ^ 
false post, 
tgicrtt fe Wen. 

Irlcmg « : t ~ indiscriminatelv, promiscuously. 
lomge e -r slash, gash. f)rlfmge vt slash, 
jrlare. %ltnxt e -r tear, rent, -t a torn. 
^I«fe c plaited flounce. 
91 «fl n pork, bacon, t^rlirfle ot F : > i mangle, 
lacerate, slash; . op swear, blaspheme. — 
^lieflelagtig a resembling pork, -bob shoulder 
of a hog. t-fantc (®taIMorb) beast, -febt fkt 
of pork, -fage omelet with bacon, -flovnet 
bacon beetle, Dermtate» lardaruu. -olie lard 
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chine of pork, -fike side of bacon. -{liitfe 
ham, gammon, -fteg roast-pork, -fhrimmct slip 
of bacon, 'jnppt pork-sonp. -fttotr, (*-fttor) 
bacon-rind. 



*8rU vi fe Srlobc. 



I t»«) af grltjbe. 

*AfUb( vt float (timber down a river). 

Ølabe c cream; fætte . cream; fom en ~ as 
easy as kiss hand; fhintme -it af (ogfaa Jh) cream 
off; — vt fe Øffløbe. -aff «tving creaming, rising 
of cream, -ftostbe mlUc-man. -id ice-cream, 
-laae cream -cake, -faiibe cream -Jng, -ewer, 
-tøler cream -cooler, 'lap fe -loøe. -»UMlet 
cream-meter. «-ntMfge, *-itabbf fe -tanbe. -bft 
cream cheese, Bath c, rush c. 'poUt c. -pot. 
-Iittbbiitfl doated cream, clotted cream. 

♦ftUber c -e (omr) river-driyer. 

J^bclfattce bechamel, -fie cream-ladle, -ffiitb 
Q of boiled cream, -fhtnt whipped cream, 
whip, -flag milk-sop. -flaøøet n beardless, 
effeminato. -tarte cream-tart. -«bflUlet cream 
-separator. -«bfHlIiiiø separation of cream. 

«(ifltf'bitiiiø floating, flotage. ^UbvingSbej 
flotage way. 

$leg a, prav fledged. 

8Uf c (+ n) -e («inbO vane; (of gloobe, ^ctx, 
JBQgninø) wing; (af 9ot\>. 3)ør ofb.) leaf; (beb 
^o) water-wing, -«bjittattl ald-de-camp. -b«rb 
folding table, -bliøitiitø building with several 
wings. -b«r folding door, double-leaved door. 

tUi, fUjet imp & part af ^Iboe. 
Uleniii e ^ jib-topsail. 



'^Uifille c street wench. 
9m\fiit dragonet, 



Callionymw. -fuåp aoom, 
truck.' '-manb fugleman, flugelman, file-leader, 
comer man. -ntttr wing-wall, -nutrlt, «fhnu 
thumb-nut, winged screw, »pntt folding-gate. 
•f))iitbe( vane-spindle. -fl«im vane-staff; vane 
-spindle, -tali fe -fpinbel. 

$U|1 n velvet. — f)rUjI9|afiHø a velvetlike. 
-anb velvet-duck. Ana» /woa. -baaiib velvet 
ribbon, -befatviitø velvet -trimming; meb . 
trimmed with velvet, -btowft velvet flower, 
French marigold. Tagete». -bl«b a soft as 
velvet, -btfrffe velvet brush, -braøl v. dress. 
-fngl pipra. -gr«d soft- grass, Holcu» kmahu. 
•ørøb (a kind of) hasty-pudding of flour and 
butter, -^anbflev pi: toøe meb ~ paa handle 
very leniently. -I|«t velvet hat. -line v. cap. 
-IJble velvet coat; v. dress, -mibe taint, Trom- 
btdium. 'Uaai deanlng-pin. -fort velvet black. 

+^lsit n whistle. 

OrUftc c -t flute; ($tbe) whistle; F ftore, fæløe 
en ~ take one in: ^ vi k t whistle, pipe; .. ab 
en 6unb whistle for a dog; ~ for f curry fSeivour 
with. -blofer fe -f^jiUet. -fif? tobacco-pipe fish, 
FiHularia. -ftløl piping crow, organ bird, 
CfyntwirAina tibicen. »Itap flute-key. -maøer c -e 
flute-maker. 

ffUJIten fe «fpinbel. 

Øløiten adv f gone off; qaa . be lost. 

SUjteln o whistling. -Kbf adv f utterly, 
excessively, t-nift o -er, fe -fpiQer. -otitlatiest 
flute-grafting, -^tbe (Org.) labium-pipe. -nfMia 
flute-like song, -flolc tutor for the flute, -^tl 
playing, performance on the flute, -fl^ilier 
player on the flute, flutist, flautist, -ftetnme 
flute part, -tone tone of a flute, flute-Uke note, 
•botrl flute-stop. ^UitfTib flute. 

SrUjbtttbttf n French window. 

^^U»' n dandriff. 

t^U'd c -e gaping mouth; Jig puppy. Jacka- 
napes, -ct a stuck-up. 

$U'fra( limpet, Patella. 
*9UI n; pi «, float. 

^UlS c -ei stratum, layer, fletz. l-bjttvg moun- 



tain formed in horizontal strata. -fooMtltm 
fletz-formation. «fait common limestone. -fMb* 
fteit new red sandstone. 

^nat' n itch, scabies, psora, -iulb peoiic 
pustule, -mibbel cure for the itch, psoiic. 
-ntibe itch mite, Sarcoptef tcabiei. -falbc salve 
against the itch, »tti a itchy; . Ubflcet scaUoiu 
eruption. 

grstife V« titter, giggle, -st e tittering, titter, 
etc. 

Jnof ' e ^ pappus, -nrt sky-flower. Cineraria. 
Kng' n, pi a, flue, mote; fe ^nof. -fct o 
y. -let a light as thistle-down. 'piUtt e -t 
precisian, -famle« tMd flocdllation, tllmus. 
•i-^itttfhrcøit p drizzle. 

Srttlife, fnø« (fnijlte), fntjfl (fnUfet) vi snort, 
snuff; Jig fret and fume, chafe, -it e snorting 
etc. 

fob' mere tte& on board. 
Ob e, pi gøbber (VtaåL paa «=) foot; (Sotb) 
leg; (9\ai) stem; (Slaft) heel; «p scent, foa . 
find a scent; taqt ~ i ^aanb (^ben paa 9tafta) 
quicken one's pace, take foot in hand; gibe 
gøbbec at gaa paa make one find his legs, (om 
$enge) run through; fæfle » make a fbot-hold; 
fætte fin ~ i set foot iu; .. for .. slowly, step 
by step, at a foot pace, foot by foot: ieg tofl^ 
mig fot ^n8 ^øbber I threw myself at his fbet; 
^uøøe neb fot -e cut down indiscriminately; goa 
paa fin . go on foot; lomme paa -t recover 
(from embanrassed circumstances), retrieve one's 
self; ff\æ\pe en paa -e help one on his legs, set 
one up; paa ftaaenbe « off-hand, out of hand, 
extempore; flaa paa en gob, flet . meb en be on 
good, bad terms with one; paa en forttoliø . on 
terms of intimacy; paa en meget fottrolig . <m 
terms of great intimacy; flaa paa foage Øøbber 
be shaky; tomme paa frt ~ be set at libera, be 
released; Ottte baa fri . be at large; leoe paa ex 
ftot . live in high style, in a magnifloent style; 
bæte paa lige • (meb) be on an equal foot^, 
on a footing of equality (with); fHQe paa lige « 
meb place on an equality with; folbe til -e sub- 
mit, yield, humble one's self; til -4 on foot, 
afoot; Ddere raft, fbag tit -9 be a good, bad wal- 
ker; tiene til -i serve in the infiemtry; tcæbe 
unbet 9«bbet trample under foot: fe IBotb; 
•ebæt beb .1 beb -en gkbcer! ground arms! 
-angel man-trap, caltrop; (§^Iante) hen's foot, 
Caucalie. -bab foot-bath, -balbe baU of the 
foot, -bebbing ^ bowsprit-partners. -bebotfiHat, 
-ben«bninø Tc tøj. -blab fe -faaf. -Wof^ 
leading block, -bolb(t) foot-ball, -bolt ^ foot 
band, -bveb (-^breb) foot-breadth, -bro ^ 
sholee pi. -brcrt foot-board (of a waggon); fe 
•lifle. -batten foot-basin, -t-grobie vi set foot, 
-oibe foot. 

fjrOber % fbdder. provender, forage; et . ^obte 
a teed of oats; fatte, ^olbe en ^efl paa ^ put 
out, keep a horse at livery; bi flanbfebe fot at 

gioe £eftene et . we stopped to bait; gatt fea -et 
} oflfhis feed. 

gober fe ^oet. 

grobrral n -et case, casing, -mager e -e 
(watch- )ca8e- maker. 

$ober|art species of fodder, -bebe, *-iete cattle 
beet, -bruøfe-bbtfning. -b^nne horse-bean. Vi- 
da /aba. -bbrtnina culture of fbrage. -emne fe 
-fiof. -gang foddering passage. -ar«9 herbage, 
-l^abre oats of fodder. -l^«t rac&. -tori fbd- 
derer. -tifre bin. -tnap fe -trang a; -t Vat year 
of scarcity. -tnapHeb fe -mangel. -Inagt fe -tact. 
-Irbbbe manger, crib, -trbboeri seasoning fat 
the fodder. -tb«g stall-fed cattle. -Icbe want 
of appetite. -le|e fe -løn. -lo, -loft haylolt. 
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-manager, -ni^^ef fe -flof. -Iilaitte fodder ((. 
firaage plant; green el. forage crop. -|i»fe nose 
•bag. -to^ forage root; root crop, «røe tnmip. 
-Itaii^ oondHion. -ftof feeding-stnff. -fhib stall 
-fed Imllock. -f«( fodder-bag. -ttaiig fe mangel. 
-ttasg a deficient in fodder, -itrt fe -plante. 
-iKIfc common vetch, Vieia mttiva. -Iiatft fe 
-pbuite. -ttrt fleld-pea. 

^Ø'^lf*!^ prostration; qtxt « fot prostrate 
one's self befbre. -fo^ a sure-footed, -folt pi 
foot, infiuitry, foot-soldien; en Zcop ffobfoR a 
body of foot, -fotfle footixig, foothold, -goiig 
foot-paoe. -gmr^ foot-guards, -gigt gout in 
the feet, podagra, -gittton ^ foot-brail -gam» 
tor e -e pedestrian, (foot-)pas8enger, man on 
foot; ^ntfifl . fiut walker. -Iiammet chasing 
-hammer. *^æt infiuitry. «fømi iron anklet. 
-Itc»iatmv pedals pi. -fo(b a feet -chilling. 
"iuSbe cold feet. -li|d foot-kissing, kissing the 
(Pope's) foot. Mag action, -lager, fe -leje. -Je> 
ankle-joint. -(e|e step. -let a nimble -footed. 
-HUe skirting-board, -lonite fetters. -Ud a 
footless, •waal foot-measure, -ntttffel muscle 
of the foot, -«totrtcr ^ fe «mning«'. 't^anht fe 
-Ie|e. 'pantt fe -lifte. -|ia9fet inside calipers. 
'^UAt foot-plate. -poU footbag, foot -muff. 
•i»*t foot-post, town-post, -iiitbe foot-cushion, 
-inm» foot-pound, "pmntt cut nadir, ffwm foot 
(of a perpendicular), -tap fe -fnat. 

fi'bte n fe gore. 
$'htt, fete vt fodder, feed; - vi feed; - af, 
ffobre. 

^9'%\tti\t Journey on foot, pedestrian J. 
«rnfaiM e pedestrian. 

^•'»riiig e feeding. 9ebtiiigi|forftfg feeding 
experiment, -mi^^et fe ^obetftof. 

Qfo'^itob tarsus, -ntfttina greaves pi. »v^å 
upper part of the foot. Ørokønklck. ftoMAal(e) 
sole of the foot. ^oMIreb fe gobbteb. $ebfe 
9t kick. 

^'bi*|U a reaching down to the fiset, -flabe 
a bad foot, -flammel foot-stool. -fNftf pace. 
-fffaie (p. 38le) (posterior) sucker, -ffratet scra- 
per. -fPme foot-screw, -flag foot-fall, -fnar a 
swift-footed, fleet, -folbat foot- soldier, -fparl 
kick, -fpor foot-step, foot- print; ttsbe el. Qoa i 
tni . walk in el. follow (in) one's footsteps. 
•fH foot-path, -fhilte foot; (Zømmet) ground 
-plate ei. -sill. -Mb support for the feet, -fur« 
rittg Jf heel-lashing, -fpeb sweating of the 
feet, -fdrf fe 9ofe. -talie heel -tackle, 'tap 
lower gudgeon, -to* heel-rope, -tri« footstep, 
foot&U, tread, -tttt ground-plate, -tur, fe oan* 
bring, -tipøtt washing of the feet, 'tappt carpet, 
fioo^cloth. -Ul boots, shoes. -t^fSMabel shoe- 
maker's shop, 'tømmex timber for ground 
-plates, -»obfhihig, fe -ttxet. -»anb water for 
(washing) the feet, -oaiibrtv, fe -øsnøet. -iiaa- 
kriag Journey on foot, pedestrian tour, walking 
tour, -panae«*« e foot-stove. -Darmer foot 
-wanner, foot-stove. -OeuHt (a)nn>.) foot- valve. 
•»rin instep. -Ptttl pain in the foot. 

ftog' n spray, shower, drift, storm. 

ffog^eri' n -et bailiwick, vogtship. 

m|cP c -et baHiff; '^nænnete sheriff; ftonøenS 
. King's Bailiff, -førretning distress, -tjenefle 
ofnæ of a bailiff. 

ftøf e -fe ^ foresail, forecourse. 

9afa1bi1laMce fo'cal distance. 

9afte|ftraå fore-bnce. -baggaarbiag fore-bunt- 
hn». -iaalhie f.-bowline. -brcjereb f. -Jeers. 
-falb fore-halyard, -ginto» f.-dewgamet. -|a(S 
f-tack. -«afl foremast, -aotgaarbiitg f.-leech- 
Itoe. 'pttt fore-yard footrope. -tao f. yard. 
-caife f.-tmas. -cat fore-chams. -ftobe f.-sheet. 



-tagfeil f.-staysail. -toplent f.-U(l. -itant f. 
shrouds. -afef|eOeb fore-cap. 

ftotnd n focus, pi foci k focuses. 

ftelb e -e (9aatef.) fold, pen. 

^olb pi: flftte fern ~ yield five times the seed 
sown, t yield five „lønbet" a „Ijsnbelonb". 

%oih, 9oIbe c -et fo'ld, plait, crease; ^ paa tt 
9\at doubling-down of a leaf; toøge i et plait; 
faa -et take creases; flaa -et pucker; fig flaa fhte 
-et disport one's self; (ceøøe fit Ønfigt i altootliøe 
-rt put on a grave fiftce; ^iættets bemmrltøfle -et 
the inmost recesses of the heart; (omme i fine 
øamle -et iøen settle down (once more) in one's 
old ways; t loflfle . til lay strees on. -itaP 
white-hellebore, veratrum. ^olbe vt fold, plait; 
• ^ontbetne fold, clasp one's hands together; .. 
ftlsbetne op om fig gather up one's clothes; . 
et 9 ten f a mm en fold up a letter; . nb unfold. 
— ^lbe|lafl folding of drapery. -IniP clasp 
-kmfo, spring-knifo. -ttaDe ruffle, plaited trin. 
-ntape tripe, -rig a richly folded, -feiig fold- 
ing-bed. -fueal, -fartfe volute, -ftol camp 
-stool. -taPte folded tablet, diptych. -Hid adv 
in folds, fjrotbft« white gentian, laser-wort, 
Lanerpitium. ftolbf^Ot fUse morel, Belvella. 
^olbning e folding. 

Sfole c -t colt, tøole vi foal, -tib foaling 
season. 

pliant' c -et folio. 9oUt e foil; tiene ?om - 
fot fiff serve as a foil to. ^liepatllettev pi 
foils, ^lie're vt (IBoq) folio; (^ejl o. I.) foliate. 
-e'titto e folioing; foliating. 

ftofwg e foaling. 

ftolie folio; ({ IBanlen) account, -format 
foUo. 

9o(f a, pi =, («Rotion) people; (^Renneffet) 
people, folk; (lOefatnina) crew, hands; (tttbejbete) 
hands; (X|enefl^) -ene the servants; ^ manøle .., 
^oe fot faa . be short-handed; . ftørt people 
say; iea fenbet mine . [ know whom I have to 
deal with, whom to trust; baoe oaret iblanbt . 
have seen company, the world; naat fligt fRQgte 
tommer ub iblanbt . if such a report should get 
abroad el. transpire; ^"bet blioet albtiø - af ^m 
he will never do good, ^^olle fig vr get more 
mannerly. — ^ollelaoab national spirit, -of' 
fleataing vote of the people, -befftttnittg decree 
of the people, plebisdtum. -ieotbfllicb popular 
instinct el. mind, -fteiitfgelfe national move- 
ment, -blab popular newspaper, -blaabiag 
commiztion of nations, peoples, -tog popular 
book, people's book, -boiinelfe civilization. 
-bigtet popular poet, -bigtaing popular poetry. 
•bom lynch law. -bragt national dress el. 
costume, -bab pestilence, -cgevfycb, -eletibom' 
meliglleb nationality; national peculiarity. -et%' 
molagi popular el. folk-etymology, -fattia a 
thinly populated. -feU national festival, public 
rejoicing, -fortenb confederation, -fereniag 
popular association, -forfarer seducer of the 
people, -formerelfe increase of population. 
-farllHIelfe popular amusement el. sport, -for* 
famling assembly of the people, public meeting, 
-frilleb national liberty, -fotrb tribe, -fabe 
food of men. -falelf e popular feeling; national 
feeling, -gaoe gift of the people, -gaim public 
weal, -ganft popularity, popular favour, -fyab 
public hatred, -lerrebammc democracy. -l^|«rp 
assistance, hands. -|ob crowd of people, -fyolb 
number of servants el. hands. -Iplbing public 
homaae. -Ipre wages for the crew, -f^crbcr 
natiorial glory, -llallfole «Popular High School», 
school for young men of the agricultural classes. 
-fcapbiag chief of a people, -taaren a fe -oalgt. 
-laleaber people's calendar el. ahnual. -fammer 
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character, -tirte national church, established 
church, -tladfe class of the people, -tomebie 
popular comedy, -tøncert people's concert. -f«r 
a popular, beloved by the people. -lebfT dem- 
aROgue. -(C0 popular Kame. gr^Itelig a popular; 
^decent, mannerly, fjrolteligqeb c popularity. 
f)roUc|U1ke muster roll. •Ho manners, customs 
of a people, -(nøar forecastle. -Inrafente jtl 
the men's berths, -(ijtte national prosperity. 
-lorrer teacher, Instructor of the people. -Iffd« 
ttittS popular reading. •løn servants' wages, 
-magt democracy, »«atigel paucity of inhabit- 
ants, -marleb statute fair, -madfe crowd. 
•meniitg public opinion, -minbe memory of 
man. -mtiitbe : tctxt, lomme i . be, become the 
common talk, -manigbe population -nube 
popular meeting el assembly. -iiaDtl gentile 
noun, fjroltend! F ^ysl SroIte|Mb public 
distress. *-øiib o (om tJuffe o. 1.) vicious. -o|i- 
brager educator of the people. •9^\tfinin% en- 
lightenment of the p. -obertro vulgar super- 
stition, -^arti popular et. democratic party. 
-<>oefl fe -btgtning. -race race, -reøerinø demo- 
cracy, -reidning rise of the people, -retigioit 
national religion. -re^rafeiUattt deputy, re- 
presentative of the p., member (of parliament). 
-re^iraf entatioK legislature, -ret law of nations, 
international law. -rettig a of international 
law. -rettigleb popular right, -rig a populous. 
-roi -popular applause, •rnnt ^ crew space. 
-rare fe -(et^cegeffe. -fag national affair e(. 
question; national cause, -fag« popular tradi- 
tion, legend, -famfsnb community. -fa«g 
national song, -fanger popular bard, -feng ser- 
vant's bed. -flare crowd of p. -ffit national 
custom; ^good) manners, -ffofe (offentlig St.) 
public school; (eogneffj parish school, -ftribeiit 
popular writer, -flrift popular book. -fh> a 
shy. -fhylieb shyness, -{lag. -»--II««! people, 
nation, tribe, -flftgtttinge kindred nations. 
-fnat idle report(s), (town)talk. scandal, -forg 
national mourning, -f^preg popular language, 
-ftamwe tribe, -ftemniitg popular feeling. -fHiif 
ttiel crowd, throng, -five servants' room, -fhi* 
reffe popular government, -fhyrer ruler of a 
people, -fløtbite fe -m«be. -fuberoniitet sove- 
reignty of the people, -fbamt swarm of p., 
-crowd, -fiigbom epidemic, -tater public orator, 
F stump orator, -tarb public requirement el. 
interest, -tibeiibe national gazette, -ting lower 
house (of the Danish parliament), -tinaøwanb 
member of the lower house, -teg pubuo pro- 
cession, -to« a depopulated, deserted, -tribun 
tribune of the people, -tro popular belief. 
-taHittg census. -taHingdli^ census paper. 
•nbgabe people's edition, -batg public election. 
•balgt a elected by the people, -oanbring 
migration (of nations, tribes), -oant a accu- 
stomed to associate with people, -bet public 
weal. -oetfUinb national prosperity. -oenfHend 
of the people. -Oitie national will. *-Oid : paa 
. decently, like rational, civilized people. -Oig» 
bom popular wisdom, -bife popular ditty. 
-bittigqeb popular humour. *-bonb fe -onb. 
-brimmet throng of people, -babning arming 
of the people, -barbig^eb national dignity, 
-birrge defender of the people, -bnbeft popular- 
ity. *8foIffom Aill of people, much frequented. 

%m\rti c -Her foU'icle. -fnta'r a foUio'ular. 

*f)ronb c fe &onn. 

gonb n Slc-% fund, stock; back, back-ground. 

^onbd|bor9, -marteb stock exchange. 

$one|t{t' e phonetics, -'titer o -e phono- 
logist. -'tifl a phonet'io. 

*$onn c -er field of eternal snow; fe i^ann. 

Sfottt font, baptismal font. 



ftontanelt'e c -t issue. 

j|ont«'ne e -c foun'tain, Jet, Jet d'ean. 

§or imp af gaee. 

9or, gføber n, %>l s, lining; (Oøffrm.) frame. 
-lattnn sarsenet, -tcerreb (linen for) lining. 

^or' præp fo'r, before, to (o. fl.); t = f»r; — 
for-, en d^ang ~ aDe once for idl; .. flebfe for ever; 
iRe . albrig bet, itle . alt i Secben not for the 
world; agtet . fin 9(STlig^eb respected fbr lils 
honesty; funbe itle taie . 9raab for tears; ^tnn: 
meget ffal 2)e ^oe .bet? what do you chuise 
for it? . mit fBebfommenbe as for me. for my 
part; — before : lige . mia straight before me; 
~ en let I6rid before a light breeze; mvbe . ex 
Sommer appear before a judge; forfbtnbe . vanish 
before; — to: Wat (ooet) - right opposite to, 
over against, fJEicing: bet er let . bam it is easy 
to him; bet er bet famme ~ mig it is all one to 
me; fremmeb . a stranger to; af Sigtigbeb . of 
importance to; flt^be . ^ugle^unb shoot to a 
pointer, shoot over a dog; tog ^tten af . took 
off my hat to; —at: . min ^aanb at my hands; 
. noeroarenbe at present; ~ mine gobbet at my 
feet; . en $ri« af at the rate of; — of: \ 9lorb . 
north of; bange . afraid of; Q^enflanb . sul^ect 
of; til 9un^ . in favour of; Mioe fd ^ get rid 
of; —in: . foa bibt in so fitf as; .bet fsifle, 
anbet in the first, second place; . en 3>el in 
part; ^n talte . qam he spoke in his behalf; 
finbe 92aabe . enS {2)ine find fiivour In one's slgiit; 
. Wbor in earnest; — 6y: ^ bor . fig he lives 
by himself; . fig felb by one's self; ibaq ^ Sag 
day by day; . alting by all means; — from : 
beoare . save fh>m; ftjule . conceal from; — 
over: 3ogt . ^unb sport over dogs; — om: InHe 
Seren . (92afen af) en shut the door on one, in 
one's face; — oé : anfe . afgiort consider as sett- 
led; tjene . Stuepige serve as house-maid; — 
^bab ec bette . nt? what is this? ^oab er bette . 
en $etfon? what sort of person is that? jeg 
l^olber bet itle . raabeligt I don't think it ad- 
visable; . mig genie with all my heart; nt . nt 
give and take; jeg er ille meget . bet I doo't 
much like it; . længe fiben long ago. 

9or' adv (foran) before; ^ (mobfat, agter) fore; 
(altfor) too; . fangbinfl too sanguine el. over 
•sanguine (o. fl.); babe noget . be about some- 
thing, have something in hand el. afoot; (t 
Stolen) bi bar tre 6tber . our lesson is three 
pages; meb Q^atbinetne . with the curtains drawn; 
ben 6ag, fom nu ligger . the matter now before 
us el. in hand; @agen bat . (i Ketten) the case 
was heard; jeg tan iRe gøre . I cannot help, it 
is not my CEtult; jeg er iRe meget . at I do not 
much like to; ber er iRe anbet . enb there is no 
alternative but, nothing for it but; ^ fortøjet 
agter og . moored head and stern; @(«bet ct . 
the sheet is home. 

firot' cor^j F (forbi, t^i) because, for; . at that, 
in order' that, (meb 9fnf.) tOj in order to: . at 
{Re lest: • iRe at not to; . at ^otfogene fCal blibe 
tilfrebSfHIIenbe, er bet nøboenbigt for the experi- 
ments to be satisfactory it is necessary. 

^or imp of Sflte. 
or'aar n, pl'=, spring; om -et in the spring, 
oraarfa'ge vt cause, occasion, 
ormonb c carrier. 
orb«rt n ftir. 

or'aarg|agtig a vernal, -arbejbe spring* work, 
-bfbttber harbinger of spring, -btomfl vernal 
el. spring flower, -feber spring-fever, -frlft a 
alting et -t there is the fk^shness of spring about 
everything, -jieonboa«, -i<ebiibogtti)iiiiimt the 
vernal equinox. -Inft vernal air. -regn spring 
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hibition, •ttejr spring- weather. 

^ørcgf e contempt (fot for [ifsr om ^erfontr], 
of); disdain, »com; nære - for en hold one in 
contempt; nrb . for in contempt of. 9oraøte 
of despise, contemn, disdain, scorn, hold in 
contempt; itfe at . not to be despised, (jfor* 
cøteliø a (font fortjener 9otagt) contemptible, 
despicable: (font oifer foragt)) contemptuous, 
soomfUl, dlsdainftil. 8føraøteuø|fto e contempt- 
iblenesa. f^erofitelfe e fe ^ragt. foragter o 
-e despiser, contemner. 

j^'atøfl c fore axle. 

i^t'mm pnrp before, in front of, in advance 
of; — odv before, in front, in advance: - i 
Oogen somewhere in the earlier part of the 
book; tKere « lead; gao . take the lead; Tomme 
. get the lead. 6oIbe fig . keep the lead. 

%9xmn'\%tx\\^ a changeable, variable: fickle. 
Inconstant, be -e Sinbe« 6trBQ the variables; -t 
(^. BoTom.) change, -kerligfie^ c changeable- 
nesB, variableness, mutability, -^te t change, 
alter, convert, shift; . fiø change, alter; p 
marry, alter one's condition; Sinben ^r -t fig 
Uie wind has shifted; . Srebbe, Sonflbe, make 
northing, southing, easting, westhig. -bring c 
-er alteration; (OmbefJIina) change; (Hfbigelfe) 
variety; (nij ^nweininfl) innovation; gere -er i 
innovate on; pl fe VloaneMflob; til en . by way 
of a change el. variation, for a change; . frtjber 
variety is charming. 

8rtr«mf'|re vt anchor. «rlMø c staying; cone 
stavs, grappling-irons. 

^««fe'tlige xft occasion, give rise to, initiate; 
ieg ftnber mig ille -t til at I see no occasion to, 
I don't find myself called upon to. -niiii o -cr 
occasion, cause;- beb mlnbfle - on the slightest 
provocation. 

9anrafla(t'|c fot cause to be done, see done, 
arrange, direct -ntiig o -er Onbreining) con- 
trivance; (^or^olblreget) provision, measure, ar- 
rangement, plan, preparation; (Sirren, Crbning) 
agency, direction; i^a min - by my directions; 
»0« . af through the instrumentality of; træffe 
. take el. adopt measures, take action. 

%9it'at%t\%€ n -r preparatory el. preliminary 
work; -me the p. work. 

^•raricf^e vt work, manufkcture, make. 4fe 
e working etc.; manufkcture. 

9orlar'øe vf scandalize, give offence el. scandal 
to, bibl offend; '% (.. fig) ooer be scandalized 
at; bihl be -be« )>aa ^m they were offended in 
him. -aroelig a scandalous, oftensive. -argelfe 
e -T scandal, offence; baffe . give scandal; tage 
. of take offence at, be scandalized at. 

%9t'wnm e forearm. 

ffmt M t'mt vt impoverish. -Ife c Impoverish- 
ment 't a impoverished. 



ftora'fe vt knock up, jade. 
9«rafl'iiiiifl 



iniiiø e incineration. 

^rM'øe vt (bage ob) consume, use for baking; 
(toe for meget) overbake. 

9ørtaii'be vt damn, curse, execrate; . fig baa 
swear to el. that. -Ife c r curse, imprecation, 
execration; l^fe « ober imprecate, execrate, curse, 
InvcdLe el. Imprecate evil upon; mtt £ib4 . the 
bane of my existence; forbanbet a damned, 
coTMd; f a & adv confounded, deuced, devil- 
ish. -lfc#»ietbiø a execrable. 

%9t^€mmy n bond. 

9or^r'aie f[g «** ober pity, commiserate, oom- 
pamonate, (i (Sfeminjg) take pity on; bibl have 
mercy on; (Sttb . ftg, i^ bu -nbe (0ub)! God 
bless me I (God) bless my soul! faa Øub moa fig 
« Bhocking(ly), to make one's hair stand on 



end. -Ife e compassion, commiseration, pity. 
•r c commiserator; ben ebige « the God of mercy. 

^orbav'lfe vt amaze, astonish, astound; — 
-fenbe a amazing etc.; — adv amazingly, 
wonderftilly; -fet a astonished, amazed, -fetfe 
e amazement, astonishment, (ijbeclig) stupefSeic- 
tion; fatte en i . set one wondering. 

ftor'beber c -e intercessor, mediator. 

9orbe'|ber(ig a improvable. +-bfrUøl|eb e im- 
provableness. Improvability. -bre vt better, im- 
prove, amena, ameliorate; ^ftembringe noget bebre 
enb) Improve upon; F (et (»lai) replenish, refill; 
. fig Improve, amend; ~ fit Setmeb mend one's 
manners, reform; . fine 3nbfomfler increase el. 
better one's income, -brer c -e improver, re- 
former, -bring (+-brelfe) c -er improvement, 
ameUoration, amendment. -brincSonflalt re- 
formatory, -brittgdittd house of correction. 
-bringdf^ttSarbejbe fe toangS*. -btingdfni re- 
formatory ship. 

torbefyanbltng c preliminary treatment. 
orbe|i|olb n reservation, salvo, clause; (IBU* 
laar) proviso, restriction; bemmeligt . mental 
reservation; meb « af reserving; uben . un- 
reservedly; ieg figer bet meb (alt) - I speak under 
correction; toge . imob take exception to. -fyolb'f 
vtien. fig) reserve, keep (for one, to one's self); 
. fig at make It a condition that; bibl l^bilte 
9aberen ^ber bt fin eaen Wagt hath put in his 
own power. -Iiorbelfe e reserving, -bolben a 
reserved, dose, reticent. -Hol'benfeb c reserve. 

^orbejbfc c weak mordant. 

^orbemcfbt a before mentioned, alx>ve men- 
tionfd, aforesaid. 

•(■Øforbenifrttninø c preliminary remark. 

ftorbr» 11 fore leg. 

^erbe'|tt(9 vp ossify, -nixg c ossification. 
-tttnø9)innft centre of ossification, ossific centre. 

^orberebf tt prepare, arrange; . en til el. poa 
nt. prepare one for something; (paa en Zitenbe) 
break the news to one; . @aaen break ground; 

- fio til prepare (one's self) for; . fig get up 
one^s lessons; . fb )>aa en Zale prepare a speech. 
-Ife e -r preparation, preparative, arrangement; 
ulben - off-hand. — ^orlerCbelfedlaar year of 
preparation, -ef damen fe ^reliminar*. -flodfe 
elementary form el. class, -fignal preparatory 
signal, -jfole preparatory school, dame-school. 

— firorberebenbe o preparatory, initiatory. 
9orbet)|b|e (-i-) vt foreshadow, -ntnø c forebod- 
ing, omen, prognostic. 

^orbi' prav k adv past, by; adv (til (inbe) 
over, at an end; lomme . pass; labe en Seflig^b 
goa . let slip el. neglect an opportunity; gaa .. 
(beb Øoancement) step over the head of; bet er - 
meb ^m it is all over with him, he is a dead 
el. gone man; gore bet ~ (om ^otlobelfe) break 
it off; ffbbe . miss. f)rorii c -er miss; ftob flece 
-er i 9iab missed several times running. 

Øorbilbe vt bite severely; -bt af Sopper flea 
-bitten. 

ftorii'e vr fig prov lose time. 

^rbi'lfarenbe, -flipoenbe a o. fl. going, firing 
past, by. -fart: i -en in passing. — gforbilgaa 
vt (fpringe ober) pass (over); (obetfe) overlook; 
(ubelufle) omit, leave out; « nt meb XaMb^b pass 
by St In silence, -øaaelfe, -øaaen o neglect, 
omission, -øaaenbe a, fio temporary, transitory, 
transient; en - (ogf. forM'-) a passer by; i - In 

Sassing. as I pass, by the way, incidentally. 
•erbi gong o passing by. fjror'bigangen a past, 
by-gone; lab o« iffe tale mere om bet -gangne let 
bygones be bygones; bibl bet gamle er -tt old 
things are passed away. ^erbi'Urenbe a pass- 
ing, driving past. 
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protot3rpe; (9Røn{)er) model, pattern; tage en til 
. take one for a model; bibl biSfe Xing ere blet^ne 
-T for 08 these things were our examples. -Uø 
a typical, significant. 

flf9th\ny\t vt connect, combine; - et 6aar 
dress, bandage a wonnd; ~ paanp rebandage; 
ieg -t ingen bfflrmt ^oreftiHina bermeb it conveys 
to me no (very) definite idea; - fig meb league 
one's self with; . fig til bind one's self to, 
pledge one's word to; -bunben meb (f. (Std. ^re) 
attended with; ben bemteb -bunbne ^re the 
danger Involved in it, incident to It; Jeg er S)em 
meget -bnnben I am very much obliged to von; 
be -bnnbne the allied, -clfe e -r {at forbtnbe) 
combining etc.; (forening) connection, combina- 
tion; (Sorbunb) league, association; (©amfætbfel) 
communication: chem compound; i benne « in 
this connection; i . meb together with, coupled 
with, concurring with; fcette i - connect; fatte 
vb af ~ disconnect; foette fig i . meb communi- 
cate with, establish a connection e(. communi- 
cation with. — ^rilttbetfedl^oiie link line. 
-le^ link of connection. -Iittiitt point of union. 
-flanø (t)mp.) connecting rod. -ftoUe thurl. -»pej 
road of communication. -Otfgt fe Vtom'. 

^ortinkiBØ c (af ®aar) dressing, bandaging; 
(af Xømmei) binding. — ^oriinbinaSlielt brace 
-bolt, -f«« (binding) knee. -Iiirtf cock-pit. 
-flimier diagonal riders. 

^oriinb'lfager pi dressing-apparatus, -fioffer 
dremlngs. «taffe dressing-case. 

^ritnbt'Iiø a obliging, complaisant; — ligf t 
odr (Unbetflr.) yours truly. -Iieb c -er (gfotpiig« 
telfe) obligation; (^eflig^eb) obligingness, com- 
plaisance; jeg f!t)Iber ^am megen . I am under 
many obligations to him; paalogge en . lay 
one under obligation; uben . mere without pre- 
judice. 

%9thi'[pti9\ettn%t a passing; be ~ the passers 
-by. -rejfe c Journey past (a place), -felfeiibe 
Start passing, -f ejdnø : unber -en in passing; 
6Tibe i . passing vessels. 

Sftriifl'ret a (focbanbet) confounded, dashed; 
1 8B forbitret; — adv confoundedly, desperately. 

^9th\t'\tt vt (gøre bitter og Jio embitter; 
(opffgge) exasperate, provoke, -relfe e exaspera- 
tion, -ret a exasperated ipaa against, ot>et at), 
enraged, ftirlous. 

9ovt|ærø n promontory, cape, headland, fore- 
land. 

tori|cerøer e foreman of the salvors, 
oriloiib'lc vt confound, -clfe, -inø c con- 
founding. 

f^erMinb'le vt bUnd, hoodwink. -«Ife c (»et« 
ningen) blinding; ((i^genftoben) blindness, infatua- 
tion, -et a bUnded, In&tuated. ^ortlinbetl^eb 
e infatuation. 

^orili'lie vi remain, stay, abide; berbeb maa 
bet ., ^be fit -stbe there the matter must rest. 

^9thl9m'mtt part expressed by innuendo, 
covert, ambiguous; . Xale enigmatical speech; 
gibe ot forfiaa poa en . Vlaabe hint darkly. 

tirblt?'iiinø leading. 
orttontb'lc vt face, -inødfleii fkcing-stones 
el. bricks. 

ftirlilafer e bandmaster. 

0orb(«'b|c vt . fig or bleed to death. -iH«ø 
e hemorrhage. 

ftorlftltfffle of take aback, disconcert, bewilder, 
p nabberghast; uben at (abe fig . nothing daunted; 
•bløffet a disconcerted, taken aback, aghast, 
-ittfffclfe e bewilderment. 

ftorbob'we vt (mortgage by) bottomry. 

^orioaflali n initial. 

^orbørne fe ^orbulne. 

mt^oVtt vt bolt. 



J^orber n pitching-borer. 

^ertorø 1:>astIon; fiff bulwark. 

hørbor' øen a hidden, concealed, occult. •%€% 
e concealment. 

Jorbøb c fore part of the shoulder. 

i|orbr«fer pi ^ head-braces. 

^orbroø c ^ fore-book, breas^hook. 

^orbnt'ø c consumption. ^9thtn%\t vt (0^ 
bruge) consume, use up; (opflibe) wear out. -ft 
c -e consumer, -nisø consumption. ~ 9*^ 
ftntø9|artiner articles of consumption; ^ stores, 
-forevivø cooperative society, -flat excise, -t^or' 
brttøtlyeb triteness. 

^orbr^'be vt (fortabe) forfeit: bbab bar jeg for« 
brubt? what is my offence el. crime? — w • 
fig oflf^nd, trespass. -Ife c -r crime, -r e -e 
criminal, malefactor, wrongdoer; ^olitifTe -re 
political offenders. — ^rftr^bcrlavlløt hangdog 
fiatce. -ftaiiett evil courses, -entve imp of de- 
pravity, -totøni convict colony. -Hoet criminal 
life, 'ft a criminal, guilty; bet -e beri the crimi- 
nality of it. f)rtrbr)|berfle e -x criminal, fføv 
briiberftib convict ship. 

^orbrQfi (p. ftwea) brisket; (5ug0 upper part 
of the breast; (3nf.) first section of the thorax. 

^otbrænb'le vt bum, scorch; — o» be destroyed 
by fire; forbranbt a burnt, adust, (of 6oleB) 
parched, -eliø a combustible, -isø e (bet at 
fotbrænbe) burning etc.; (9ranb) oombustioii. 
-iitød))roce9f en the process of combustion, -ing*' 
barme heat of c. 

^orbttb n, pi BE, prohibition, interdiotton; 
(^borbeb nt flanbfe«) inhibition; gøre e(. neblorgge 
. imob^ fe ^orbbbe. 

Srttinb N, pi •«, order for (e(. messenger for 
ordering) relays of horses; (flfammerfourer) har- 
binger, (93ebuber) forerunner, precursor, harbinger 
ipaa, for of). — *^rinb9|l«9 load of loggage 
sent OB „Sforbub". -febbel written „gforbub". 

ftortnf'Iet a bent, distorted. 

»ortttl'lne vi suppurate, -ninø e suppuration. 

g^ørinnb n, pi «=, alliance, league, confede- 
racy, confederation; ($agt) covenant; inbgaa, 
flutte, bri)be, opl^abe et . enter into, form, bruftk, 
dissolve a league etc.; bet tpbffe .. the (German 
confederation. 

^orbnnben part (^ør^nn'^en fe SrotHnbe) : meb 
-bne (Sine with (my) eyes bandaged. 

firorinnbd I bmb breach of alliance, -boø (Ger- 
man federal) diet, -førfatninø federal oonstita- 
tion. -førfantlinø federal assembly, -ftirte 
prince of the Ck>nfederation. -fafle ally, con- 
federate, -fffftninø federal fortress. -|n>«flbent 
president of the Union el. Confederation, -veøe- 
rinø federal government, -ftab federal town. 
-flat federal state. -tto|i|ier federal troops. 
+-tten fe -fælle. 

^rinnb(t)' n indentures of an apprentice; 
flaa i . be indentured; plante Xtser t . plant 
trees In a quincunx, -ter c -e turn-over. 

grtrbli'be vt forbid, prohibit, interdict, inhibit: 
. en at forbid one to; . ^m mit Aui totiAa 
him my house; bet -r fia felb it Is simply im- 
possible, out of the question; -bubne 9arec pro- 
hibited goods, contratMiua (g:ooas}; -buben ^ragt 
forbidden ftult; ben -bubne Zib close time. 

ftørblj'be fig vr bid too much. 

$ari))0'ae vt . £9»mngen, Ubfigten for en SfUbo 
shut out the light, prospect from a neighbour 
(by building); — or - fig build to bod purpose, 
waste money in building. 

^rbljøninø e Aront-buildlng. 

9orb^t'|te vt change, . fig make a bad ex- 
change, -ninø. -telfe e changing, change. 

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$øri«'re flg vr injure one's self by carrying 
too heavy a load. 

tørMI'ttiaa o -er bow. 
orM« c intercession, mediation; qnt ^, øaa 
t - for intercede for fl. In favour of. 

$ørce e force; ^ (of 6€il) press, crowd of 
canvass; (i ftort) strong suit, great suit; fig forte 
(tmnt e), strong point, -'re vt force; - S}f\Utt 
win the game by force; ^ (€fil) press, crowd 
(saJte). 

^rk««>|e vt evaporate, vaporize; v% evapo- 
rate, -ahif e evaporation. -iiiaøiatPtParat eva- 
porating apparatus, -aiagfetitie evaporative 
power. 

g» r » a«« rifc c preparatory instruction. 

^•r^cii'fe ftg or dance to excess, overdance 
one's self. 

%mt%mmStx e leader of a dance. 

9ørkcii'1f|r vt translate el. do into Danish; 
(øvre bonff) Danize. -tiitif , (-Helfe) e translating 
etc.; eonc Danish translation el. version. 

ffåthti e (forrefle ^el) fore part. fh>nt; (Wnbing) 
gain, advantage, profit; (Øunfl) behalf, favour; 
meb . profitably, to advantage; til > for for the 
benefit of; oife fig til fin . appear to advantage; 
^IK . for en anbeit have the advantage of 
another; («He . of derive advantage el. benefit 
from, profit by; altib at ]t paa fht . always to 
have an eye to the main chance; jeg fer min . 
D^ of I see It to my interest to; foronbre fig til 
fin . change for the better, -tg'tig a advan- 
tageous» profitable, lucrative; bife fig fra ben -fie 
6lbe appear to the best advantage; -e Qetingelfer 
Uberal terms; et -t 9bre a prepossessing appear- 
ance; — adv: . (elrnbt favourably known, -ag' 
tiglc^ € profitableness, advantageousness. 

9»rke'|fe vt (nbbele) distribute, apportion, 
divide, . paantf redistribute etc.; (fptebe) dis- 
sipate, disperse; med discuss; . SfloIIeme assign 
the parta; . fig disperse, -enke a med discus- 
live, discutlent; . SHbbel discutient. -ing e -er 
distribution, division, api>ortionment; disper- 
sion; discussion. 

^r^IBfag e object of profit. 

9ør¥e9i«k adv before the wind, -ffeller vessel 
ninning before the wind. 

%9tW conj because; |eg bennbrer ^m, . ^n 
er ... for being . . . 

■¥%9it%\a'io\ti a & adv fe ^rbanbet. 

%9tbob'\U vt double, redouble; ^ line; . fig 
double, -(ing, -Hlelfe e doubling; lining. 

ftørkoffr e front- el. fore-puppet. 

fortørn e -me prejudice, prepossession. Øor« 
b»ai4|fH a unprejudiced; unconventional, -fri* 
%th unprctJudicediiess. freedom from prejudice. 
-falk a prejudiced. -fitlbl|(b c strong prejudices. 

^ørbraabrr pl singlings, low wine, strong 
fidota. 

ft#rkra'g n, !>/■>. convention, compact, treaty. 

9ør|br«'ge vt bear, endure; jea Ian iRe . Sin, 
fSktfi I have an aversion to, a aislike to wine, 
pork; foa 3 . ^oeronbre i Itorlig^eb t^bl forbear- 
ing each other in love; -brageS vd agree. 
•kragetif a tolerant; -i-bearable. -bmgeliglieb e 
tndYugence. toleration. 

%9tM vt claim, demand, require; (meb 9Rt)n> 
btg^) exact; . fot Stetten cite, summon; . en 
nb, fe Qbforbre; . IRegnflab af call to account. 

99X%tti*t vt egl. og fig distort, twist; (!un fig) 
pervert, misrepresent, put a false construction 
on; . (Djnene roll one's eyes; . ^obebet paa en 
turn one s head. -Ife e -r distortion, contortion; 
fig perversion. 

W9ihtim§ o -er (ftrab) claim, demand, debt; 
(til fine TOebmtnnefter, ^tætenfloner) pretension; 
(bMb ber ubforbtei) requirement; Xibend -r the 



exigencies of the times; asre . paa lay claim 
to, put In el. advance a claim to; gøre . paa at 
ooere claim to be; gøre altfor flore -er til exact 
too much from el. of; gøre fine -er gftlbenbe 
prefer el. put in a claim. — ()r0rbriag9|fri a 
unpretending, unassuming; unambitious; -i- «■ 
iøælbfri. -fttib a full of pretensions, preten* 
tlous, assuming; exacting, exigent; ambitious. 
•fvlbiieb pretentiousness, exactingness. -lyatiev 
e -e creditor. -to9 a unpretending, unostenta- 
tious, unambitious, quiet. -I«ibtb unpretend« 
ingness. -ftetnittg postulate. 

^brbrlfl'e fig vr make bold, venture, presume. 

9orbri'tie vt drive away, expel, oust; mil (fra 
en ©tifling) dislodge; (abfprebe) dispel; (planter) 
over-force; bleb -breben of fin Shixi was driven 
out of her course; - liben while away, pass 
(away), time, beguile time; - et Softer procure 
abortion; . en ©bO^om remove a disorder; . 
fl^arveme blend el. soften the colours; . Køgen 
drive out the smoke; fe Cnb. -Ife o (bet at for» 
bribe) driving etc.; expulsion, -r e -e softening 
-brush. 

Ororbrttl'ten a drunken, sottish. -Ipeb e drunk- 
enness, addiction to drink. t()rbrbrttl'iie vi be 
drowned. 

^ørbrvWiiiei vp, min throw off branches into 
the rock. 

^orbttf'te vt evaporate; joe vanish (into thin 
air), make one's self scarce. 

t orbit« adv anciently, formerly, of yore. 
prbttWme vt make stupid. -4 vp become 
stupid. -Ife e stupefaction. 

^rbMinft a former, quondam; i . Xib fe 
f^xbum. 

Srorbttttt'lle vt (gøre bunM) darken, obscure; 
(beb flarfere fib*) eclipse, outshine, throw into 
the shade, F take the shine out of. -liwg o 
darkening etc. 

Øorbttttfl'ie vi evaporate; fe ^orbufte. -»i«g o 
evaporation. 

Sforbly'b|e vt deepen; — or .. fig i lose one's 
self in, be absorbed In, absorb one's self In, 
dive Into; . fig i en 6loo dive into a forest; . 
fig i fig felb be wrapped up in one's own 
thoughts; -et sunk, dished; fig -t i deep in, 
buried in; -t t lOetragtninger lost in meditation; 
-t { en 9og intent upon a book, -elfe e deep- 
ening; absorption. 

ftorbiy'bliag c (Zømr.) pegging. 

^orblf'bttittg -er deepening; eonc groove, de- 

Sression, (oeb 6tøb, Xrt)I) indentation, dent (i 
Isg) recess, (i ^lob«, ^abbunb) pool. 

Qrbrbly're vt enhance tbe price of;; -reS become 
dearer, rise (In price), -ring o rise In price. 

gorb«a'Hg [t.], fe SRiStænieHg. 

gorb«! ft fore part of the deck. 

^rb«ft' a og adv covertly. 

^orbonn'ine vt dam (up), -«ing o damming 
up, (of Sprcengbul; tampiug. 

Sforbierb o A n fe elfe. grbrbøtrti'e of spoil, 
damage, (moralf!) corrupt, deprave; (©lobet o. I.) 
vitiate; (TOoben) disorder, derange; W«U o. I.) 
disturb, mar; . bet meb en get in bad odour 
with one. -eUg a (fom tan forbærbeS) corruptible; 
(ftabelig) pernicious, ruinous, fatal; let -e Oarer 
goods easily spoiled el. damaged, perishable 
goods, -eife c (fSbelæggelfe) ruin, destruction; 
(lilfl. at bcere forb.) corruption, depravation, de- 
pravity; (©efmittelfe) vitiation; flprte en i - ruin 
one. -er c -e spoiler, corrupter, depraver, -et 
a (moralfO depraved, corrupted, demoralized; . 
ftøb tainted meat; flaa - hurt severely (by beat- 
ing), maul; 1e fig . be ready to die with laugh- 
ing; arbejbe fig . work one's self to death. 

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^ek c digestibility, -elfe c digestion; baarlig . 
indigestion. — t!f9t^\tlU^\lt\9atUqtitUt in- 
digestion, dyspepsy. -tatial digestive tube, 
alimentary canal. -Iraft digestive power, -mibbei 
stomachic, -orgaii, -vebftab digestive organ. 
-^rocei process of digestion, -fiyfient digestive 
apparatus, grorbofev c -e digester. 

^orb^l'øe ©t conceal (for from). -Ife c conceal- 
ment. 't e concealer. 

^ot^em'lmt rt condemn, doom, bibl damn; 
forbømt a (bømt) condemned; (fotbonbet) con- 
founded, damned; > 1 damn it ! confonnd it ; be 
-te the damned, -melig a condemnable, cul- 
pable, -meliglieb c wickedness, -melfr e con- 
demnation; bibl damnation. •melfeSbom vote 
of censure, -melfrftfiyge censoriousness. 

tfifpre c guise, presence. 

gfor|e vt line, (meb $eUbarI) ftir, (meb ^at) 
wad. 

Sforf' [oo] ^ fore. (9rb løbenbe el. flaaenbe 
0ob8, bet btuøeS faabel paa Stor« forn paa t^or> 
top^n. Tan matt i 92efllen, ttoar ttian ^ar feloe 
Ctbet, foEtte «fore* fotan, i)bor bei paa ^attfl ftaar 
»i^ote"). -Oøtimtroiit' fore-royal. -OoiPeiitraiii' 
fejl fore-royal. -Ørant' fore- top-gallant-, -trafet 
head-braces. 

8rore| bringe [aa] vt advance, state; beterMebett 
ntig -btogt at I have been told that, -bringrnbe 
n statement. -Ilegge vt prevent, obviate, pre- 
clude; -nbe TOibbel preventive. -Ilyggetfe c pre- 
vention. -ilygge(fe9iitibbel preventive; prophy- 
lactic, -brag n p( =, (Waabe) delivery, elocu- 
tion, diction; mu» execution; (i^orelftdmng) dis- 
course, lecture; paper, frit . extemporaneous 
discourse; ^olbe . ober deliver a discourse, lec- 
ture upon, -brage vt deliver; mi** execute; (f 
= SoretræWf). -bragSforeniiig lecturing society. 
-bragdl)o(ber c lecturer, -t-btntnie n example. 
-falbe vi happen, occur, take place, pass; (fQitrd) 
appear; tJiUtg til at gøre ^bab bet -t willing to 
make himself generally useful.; tyeb -nbe Sejlig^eb 
as opportunity offers; bet -bne what has taken 
place, -fittbe vt find, meet with, fall in with. 

far'eftetr adv 4, forward. 
oregaa [aa] vi take place, go on, be in pro- 
gress; - vt, ^ anbte meb et gobt dUtrnptl set a 
good example to others, -enbe a (forubgaaenbe) 
preceding, foregoing; ben • ©ag the ^y before. 

09re@affel* [aa] ^ fore-spencer-, fore-gaff-. 
-9affe(fe|I fore-spencer. 

-t^oregaiig [aa] Incidence, fact. 

Øorelgibe [aa] vt pretend, allege, give out; 
-n pretended, sham, supposed, -gtbeitbe « alle- 
gation, assertion; (^aaitub) pretence, -grlbe vt 
anticipate, discount, forestall; . Sefbarelfen af 
6b0tgdmaalet prejudge rl. (petitio principii) beg 
the question, -gribelfe e anticipation, fore- 
stalling, -gtgle vt (en nt) delude (one with st), 
conjure up st before one. -Iiabenbe part in- 
tended; — n -t intention, purpose, project. 
-Ipplbe vt represent (to one), expostulate (with 
one for), tax (one with), reprove (one for), re- 
monstrate (with one against el. on. -boibelfe 
c representation, -lafle vt (en nt) upbraid (one 
with), -tafkelfe c upbraiding, -fomme vt ((omme 
i gortøbet) anticipate, be beforehand with; 
(^nbre) prevent, hinder, obviate; — vi (inbtræffe, 
flnbe«) occur, be met with, be found: (ftjne«) 
seem, appear; -t meoet ofte is of very frequent 
occurrence, -fontnielfe c anticipation; preven- 
tion, -fontmeitbe a obliging, complaisant, -font* 
menlpeb c obligingness, courtesy, kind atten- 
tions -lomfl c occurrence. -ligge vt lie, be, 
be placed before; ben -nbe @ag the matter at 
issue, in question, in hand, now before us, 
onder consideration; bet (noermeft) -nbe Spørgft« 



maal the immediate question; bet -r tntet Ba»if 
there is no evidence forthcoming; i bet -nbe Xil- 
fcelbe in our case; fom bet (Qarfet el. t.) nu -t mm 
it now stands, in its present state. 

ftoreO'e c -t trout, ijalmo /ario. 

^oret'ffe fig (i) vr (+-e») fall in love (with). 
•elfe e -r love, fiaJling in love, love- rapture, 
love- sickness, -et part in love (with), smitten 
(with), enamoured (of. with). 

^ore'Ilybe [aa] vt palm (a lie) upon. -l«g it 
fe -loggelfe; ^statement. -Iiegge vt produce, 
present, (en) bring, place el. lay before, submit 
to; t repeat the summons; > en et 6pørgdmaal 
put a question to one. -Ife c bringing etc. 
-f«fe vt read, recite (to). -Icefer c reader, lec- 
turer. -Iieinitig e reading; lecture; amr recita- 
tion, ^olbe -er ober give lectures on, lecture on; 
gaa paa -et attend lectures. -Iffiai«gdf«taUf 
university programme, lecture list. -U^ig « 
prelimitiary, provisional; (Qeoift 0. I.) prima 
facie; ado temporarily, pro tern., proviaionally, 
for the present, -male vt draw, paint before 
(one); Jig depict, represent (to one;. -flRerd n 
J, fore-top. -aRerfe* fore-top-, fore-topsail-. 
•8Rerdfe|I fore-topsail. 

ftor eitbe front part; ^ head, bows. 

Horettbt' part, 9p dead. 

$ore'tt|e vt (famle, forbinbe) unite, Join, com- 
bine, connect; (forfone) reconcile; . fig unite; . 
fig meb join; labe fig ~ meb be consistent with, 
stand together with; alting -r fig om at every- 
thing combines to; -e« (ene«) agree, (^lobet, 
Stnier) meet, -ebe étatet, be, the (United) Slates. 
-etig a reconcilable, consistent, compatible 
(with), -etiglieb c consistency, compatibility. 

*8for'eti|tor præp before, forward of -fr« adv 
trom forward. 

Sroretting e -er union, combination, function; 
association; felffabelig - society, club; i . com- 
bined, jointly, in concert, between them; JSø i 
. meb coupled with. — ^otruin^^latwh spirit 
of association, -aft act of Union. -attligfCK^ 
affair of the society, -baonb bond of union, 
-(otale club-room(s). -mibbel means of union, 
uniting medium, -^ttttlt point of union; «tal 
commissure; pA]^« focus, -ret right of association. 

^^or'enont præp ^ forward of, ahead of. 

PrOttptatt [aa] vt f din into one's ears. 

Horerinbriitg c preface. 

$ore|raafejI [aa] head squaresalL *-re|cl fore 
-royal. 

^ørerti'le vt mineralixe. -«ing c mineraliza- 
tion. 

Sforelfat [aa] e -it superior, superior offic«. 
-fige vt dictate to. -flribe vt (fldoe for) show 
one how to vmte; (©efalingcr) prescribe (fit to 
one), order; Soben -t the law provides; -frrtbct 
prescribed, (obenfCcebet) above written, above 
mentioned, -fhybe vt plead, allege, -flaa vt 
propose, move; ~ en til et (tmbebe present one 
to an oflQce; . en ti( Optagelfe recommend one 
for admission, -fttaffe vt talk (a great deal) to 
one about, din one's ears with, talk one into 
the belief that. -fpe|le vt hold out (the pro- 
spect of st) to one. -f^ei(i«a illusion, vi^on. 
-fpiOe vt play to. -fptrge vt & r inqtiire; ^ fig 
bo« en om nt inquire of one about st. «f^i^vger 
questioner, inquirer, -fp^rgfel c -flet inquiry. 
-ftaa vt (ftaa i 6pibfen for) manage, conduct, be 
at the head of, in charge of; ~ et Cmbebc; fe 
«eflæbe; — vi (bocte n«t) draw nigh, be at hand, 
approach; be imminent; ogfaa t : ^bab ber -r mia 
what awaits me, is before me, in &tore a. 
reserve for me. -flaaenbe a ensuing, approaching, 
forthcoming, (truenbe) imminent, -flane vi sped 
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■ent (to); Introduce (to); (fHOe til ©fue) exhibit; 
(fore6oIbe; forelHae en ^crjon) represent; ^»ttb ffol 
bet -? what does it (all) mean? - fig conceive, 
imagine, picture el. figure to one's self, realize; 
^ tan not . ^em you may easily imagine. 
-IHSiag e -er presentation, introduction; exhibi- 
tion; representation; Onbflgelfe) remonstrance; 
(fCrtftlia) memorial; (SfuefpH) performance, play; 
(Beøteb) apprehension, conception, percept, 
idea; -en (eapnber HI. 7 to commence at 7; falfl, 
«Tiøtiø • misrepresentation, misconception; gøre 
fio en . om form a conception of; gøre en -t 
renoonstrate with one; tKtUt -en om be suggestive of. 

^•refHfliMgilkM [aa] day of representation, 
•crae, -trtft apprehensive fkculty. -fvebf range 
of ideas. 

PF0te-6tflnigrfl«gfr{I [aa] foretopmast-staysail. 

^ørclfticrtie [aa] vt flit el. be before one's eyes, 
wander before el. be present to one's mind; bet 
-r mig (bunlelt) at I have a dim notion that. 
-f^«fe r« en nt sing st to one. -fætte vt (frem- 
fatte fot) set before, place before; (beftemme) 
prefix, appoint; - Jig propose (to one's self), 
determine, -tage vt & r undertake, institute, 
make, go through, take in hand; @ogen ftal -d { 
SXorgen the cause will come on to morrow; ieg 
toil intet . i Sagen I will take no action (in the 
matter), -tagelfe e undertaking etc. -tagelfef* 
«a«k (spirit of) enterprise, -taaelfefllyfl enter- 
inrife. -ttgntke n -t undertaking, enterprise, 
venture, -tiigfoiii a enterprising. -tagfom||eb e 
enterprise, -teelfe o -r phenomenon, appear- 
ance. 'Xopitfl square-topsail. -tr«be n, fe 
Vnbieni. -trcrfte vt (for) prefer (to); er at - is 
preferable. -tl|gge vt repeat, explain over and 
over again (to one), t-tienbe vt \e -gioe. +'ittu> 
Mttf c pretext, t-t^ibenbe n foreknowledge, 
preecience. 

9«re'»ige vt eternize, immortalize, perpetuate. 
-If e e eternizing etc., perpetuation, immortaliza- 
tion. 

^øTClHfie foo] vt show, exhibit, -er o -e ex- 
bibiter; (of ^rofe^fion/ omtfjfenbe) showman; (af 
Sren 0. I.) bearer, -stag e -et (bet ot f.) show- 
ing etc.; (ttb^Hing) exhibition, -ttittgdpaategtting 
Tiaa, vise; forfpne meb . visa, vise. 

^infath ft impediment, hlnderanoe; jur ((ob* 
ligt) . (sufficient) excuse; faa, ^be . be pre- 
vented. 

^ørfalk' H (bet, at noget forfalber) decay, dis- 
repair; fig decline, decadence; et Send . escheat, 
reversion (of a feoflf); en SefSeU . expiration, 
«oatarity (of a bill); i . in a state of decay, on 
the decline. 99t^atk\'t vi (gaa tilgranbe) decay; 
Cbjemfalbe) be forfeit; (9dM etc.) become due, 
ftdl doe, expire, mature, come to maturity; ^ 
make the land; . ti( take to, addict one's self 
to, give one's self up to. -e« « ruinous, de- 
cay^, delapidated, out of repair, payable, due, 
matured, (ooer Xiben) overdue; addicted, given 
to ^ esp to drink), -mlieb c decay, delapldatlon, 
ruinous sute; addiction to drink. — 9orfa(b9'|' 
%a% mere day of pajrment. -)pertobe period of 
decadence. -tik maturity, time of payment; 
tpcb . at ntaturlty. 

gri^alff'jr vt &lslfy, forge, (naonl. om iBarec) 
adulterate, sophlsticat«, F doctor, (me^ om 
IRant) debase; . en Xotming cog a die. -er o -e 
fclsifler: forger; sophlsticator, adulterant, -aiag 
« er (klaification; forgery; adulteration, sophist- 
ication, -«lagimfkbel adulterant. 

9«rfMig n (p. SKftefnøre) bottom, footlength, 
■lood. 

^•rfmif ' n injury, detriment, -eit a (om ^efte) 
firandéred. gforfasgntliek o founder. 



(Jrorfoiigfl c first catch, -ret right of first 
catch. 

^orfa'rle vt (prøbe) examine, fleam, be ap- 
prised of; — vi ^ fieet, shift; f (^nble) deal, 
proceed, -en a experienced, versed, tried, ^ov 
farenljeb e experience, t-ing c knowledge. 

Øørfat'tting c -er (Zilftanb) state, condition, 
plight; (®tat9<) constitution, ^on er i maabelig .. 
he is in poor circumstances. — (Srorfattiittgi|br«k 
infringement of the constitution, -fjeiibff a anti- 
constitutional, »tamp constitutional struggle. 
•Ion constitutional law. -wieftfia a constitu- 
tional, -partiet the constitutionalists, -ftribig a 
unconstitutional, anticonstltutional. -ftribigQek 
unconstitutionalty. -tro e constitutionalist. 

forfat 'te vt compose, write, pen, Indite. -Ife 
e composition, -r c -e author, composer, writer. 
— forfatter I f orfflnige(igl)eb author's vanity. -Ipo- 
ttorar author's fee, seigniorage, -i' n, cont book 
-writing. -iK'be c -r (lady) author, woman 
writer, authoress, -(ef Ail ott : ^anft : . dictionary 
of Danish authors, -(lytte luck as an author, -natm 
author's name, -rettigljeb author's rights, -ftat 
n authorship, -talent literary powers. -Pirt- 
fomlieb literary efforts 

Sforfej'lle vt miss, tall In, &11 short of. -et a 
mistaken, a fiiilnre -ing e missing etc. 

ftoriil e bastard file. 

forfine vt refine, -(fe o refinement. 

gorflpp'let, -elfe, -etljeb c fe «eflppet. 

9orT|aiit'|fr, -ftt vt conftise, bewilder; -ftet 
a confused, bewildered. -Itelfe, -ftttiiig e oon- 
fbslon, bewilderment. 

n ^rM'T"*ig c fore quarter, shoulder. 

;^Ln'f)Ljr i . the year before last. 

J^'orflrtbf c ftont. 

^f^orfltt be vt fiatten. 

?>orfIc re vt multiply. +-lfe c multiplication. 

+JVot'fiii 't vt patch up. 

ijorflim tige vt A « (+ - jig) volatilize, -tfe o 
volatili/ation. 

iVorftntt'c or(en Viilop) translate, ((Smbebftmsnb) 
reiuu ve, (iKraeringen« Sæbe oib.) transfer, (tropper) 
dislodge; bitoe -t til (om Officerer) exchange into. 
•Ife e translation; removal; transfer; dislodge- 
ment. 

ØorflQ'Pe fig (+) vr stray. ffotfU\'tn a giddy, 
heedless; volatile, harum-scarum: en . ftugle a 
random ball; en - String a heedless word; en 
~ ^hé a whimsical idea. 

^orfob c forefoot. 

*8forfo'be vt fe ^orfobbe. 

gorforbelle vt prejudice, -ing c prejudice. 

ftorforrig a: -t Uge the week before last. 

forfra ado (moblat bagfra j from before, in 
ftont; (om igen) over again, from the begin- 
ning; ^ flrom forward; from ahead; labe . load 
at the muzzle, begijnbe fiibet . begin the world 

§orfrag'tJe vt charter, -«ing chartering. 

9orfrøtt'ft|e vt frenchiiy. -niiig e ftenchlfying, 
frenchiflcation. 

{Jrorfrent'me vt (fremme) farther; fbeforbre) ad- 
vance, prefer, promote. -Ife c -r promotion, 
advancement, preferment, -r c promoter. 

99vfrift'|e vt refresh, recreate; J, - IKpbfet 
freshen the hawse; -enbe a refreshing, -elfe c 
-r (bet at forfrifle) ref^hlng; (Opmuntring) recre- 
ation, -ttlttg c -er refreshment. 

QrOtfrod'fea a frozen, benumbed with cold; 
chilly, shivery; (til Slobe) frost-bitten. -Ipek c 
chilliness, grorfriydiiing e frost-bite. 

t^ørfn'Ie vi putrefy. 

irørfttftre vt bungle, botch, -«ing o bungling 
etc. 

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ftørftl'ret a eaten away by dry-rot. 

^orfæbre pl forefiithers, ancestors. 

9orf«r9'|te tft defend, assert, maintain, vindi- 
cate, advocate, champion. -Ife c defence, vin- 
dication, maintenance, «r e -e defender, asser- 
tor, vindicator, advocate (of), stickler (for). 

Øorfflnig'eHg a vain; tage ((VuM 92ami) . take 
in vain; toære . af pique one's self on. -l)r^ e 
vanity. 

Øprfønr'ble vt terrify, appal, affright, dismay; 
-« (+ - flø) be terrified etc.; fioa ganfte -t stand 
aghast, be struck aghast (over at), -elig a 
terrific, appalling, frightful, horrific, dreadftil; 
(umaabelifl) monstrous, tremendous, -eliglieb o 
mghtfulness. -etfc (4-«) terror, horror, fMght, 
consternation, dismay; bet tog en (tnbe meb . 
the end was terrific. -f*r e affrighter. 

Øorføtt'bige vt make, manufacture. -Ife c 
making, -r o -e maker. 

grOtf«b'|be vt foot, refoot, new-front, new-foot, 
-«ittg o footing. 

^ørføMc fig or repair, betake one's self (to a 

§l»ce); (flugte) be oflr, decamp. -t^-iiiHg c -et, fe 
oranftaltning. 

ØorftfCgle 1^ (iage) pursue, (en 6ag, en for 
Sletten) prosecute, (en i 9Um.) persecute, (@t)oc 



0. I.) trace, (brioe igennem, itte opgioe) follow up; 

mia the idea haunts me; -fulgt af fire 

Golbater witn four soldiers in pursuit; . tilbage 



til trace to. -elfe (+-eii) c -r pursuing, etc.. 
pursuit; persecution. -elfedaoHb, -elfedllyft spirit 
of persecution, «er -e pursuer, persecutor. 
-erfie c -r persecutrix. -King proceedings 

fjførftf're vt (ftoinbe) seduce, debauch; . en 
til at gøre gale Streget lead one astray. -Ife c 
-t seductiou. -Ifeflnttfl art of seduction, -ttbe 
a seductive, -r c -t, -rffe e -r seducer, debau- 
cher, -rift a seductive, feiscinating. 

Sforgta' Of (om Xtben) pass away, elapse; (gaa 
til (Øtunbe) perish; ^. fig offend; Xaalmobig^eben 
-r mig I lose all patience; . af Ihilbe, @ult 
perish; starve with cold, hunger; . af ^ebe die 
of, expire with heat; . of 92i)dgertig^eb die with 
curiosity; er færbtg at .. af 9li)ftgetttg^eb eftet at 
oibe is dying to luiow; 6metten -r meb Xiben the 
pain will wear off in time; forgangen ^ag the 
other day; forgangen Uge, Vtaaneb last week, 
month, -elfe e offence. 

irotgatrb -e anterior court, fore-court; hibl 
(Xemplet«) court. 

Øorgaorft : i » adv the day before yesterday; 
i . ilKotge«, i . SRibbag the day before yester- 
dav in the morning, at noon. 

0or|ga|ke fig vi (-»--d) i dote on, be foolishly 
fond of; -gabet a (i) doting upon, taken with; 
-gtbelfe, -gatetlyeb c infieituation (i for>. 

ftorgaffel e ^ fore-gaff. 

90Vga«g i-^) e precedence; *^be faa meaet til 
-fl be so much ahead, have so much on hand. 

ftorgottg'eit a fe grotgaa. -tfth fe Øottib. 

ffargtue^orti n handicap, match, game at 

torgewal n antechamber, anteroom, 
orgentt' kept too long; (om IBaret, SRab og 
vtttte) stale; -e Barer f shop-keepers. 

ftorgift' fe (Øift. gførgiftje tt poison, envenom, 
•elfe c poisoning, -et a poisoned, -nig fe (Øtfttg. 
-ai«g c poisoning. -iiiHgØforføg attempted poi- 
soning. -iiittgAtuffflbe case of poisoning. 

Sforgi'be vt (meb (Øift) poison; . fig, « ftortene 
make a misdeal. 

t^orgfet'tc fe forglemme. 

torglai'lfe vt vitrify, -iiiitg e vitrlftu^tion. 
arglew'liiie vt forget; ifte at . last, not least. 
-melig a to be forgotten, -ntelfe e (Ølemfom^.) 
forgetAilness; ((Vlemfel, (VIemme) oblivion; oeb en 



. inadvertently, -i-iiie« forgetAilness. -«igef 
e scorpion-grass, Mpototit; ((^g*) forget-me-not, 
M. paivttri». 

SrargU'bliiiMg biscuit-baking, first fire. 
-«{«gloiPii biscuit-kiln. 

^orgttatie vt gnaw, corrode. 

^orgobt'tefittbeabe: eftrr . at pleasure; ^onble 
efter eget . use one's pleasure, discretion. 

gøe'grab a fore moat. 

^argre'ttle fig vr ramify, branch (off), -et a 
ramified; otbt • ten branching, -hit o ramifica- 
tion. 

^orgri'be fig vr (paa fremmebe« ^enae) make 
tree (with the money of others); (paa ^eOige Ztog) 
profEine; (paa en) lay hands on, outrage, use 
violence against, -(fe outrage, Tiolenoe. 

^orgro' vi (om Ur) fill up. 

^orgrvitb foreground; (af 8hie))Iabfen) fhmt 
of the stage. 

torgrcebt' a red with weeing. 
orgrffm'met a worn out with a grief, grief 
-worn. 

Srorgn'be vt deity; /h idolize. -Ife e deifica- 
tion, apotheosis, -r e idolizer. 

9or|glyl'be vt gild; . op reglld; -gt)Tbt a gilt; 
60IP -t silver gilt. -gl^Iber c -e gilder, -g^l« 
berbettf el brush for gilding. -g)|(b«uig c gildiiig; 
oaob ~ water-gilding. 

ftorgfflbet a in debt, involved in debt. 

^orgflnig'eng a perishable, transient, transi- 
tory, passing. -Ipeb e perishableness, transitori- 
ness. 

SforgffMger e -e -ffe e -r predecessor, fofre- 
runner. 

gorgie'beØ a vain; — adv vainly, in vain. 

^arg^'re vt bewitch; -»-. fit Sib forfeit one's 
life. 

Øorl^aa'bje vt expect. -entHg adv it is to be 
hoped, -ttiiig e -et hope, expectation; imob of 
. contrary to all expectation; gore fig . om 
expect; bet et ingen . om Qefrielfe there is no 
hope of deliverance; en una 9Ranb, bet gioet be 
bebfle -et a young man of the fiedrest promise. 
-«iHg9f»lb a hopeftil. 

Sfarliaanb e (i ftort) lead, elder hand; (p, ^, 
Vb() forehand; l^abe, oære . have the lead; >C# 
paa . beforehand, in advance, by anticipation. 
(a priori) at the outset. 

9orl|<iaii'beit adv (oeb ^anben) at hand; (met* 
foteftaaenbe) approaching, -btnreitbe a at hjand, 
present, existing, extant. 

gorl|a«ttb9|bttgt ^ range, -bø« prejudgment 

^orliaa'ae vt scoff, mock, insult. -Ife e -r 
insult, contimiely. -r -e scoffer, mocker. 

ftorljaar n fh>nt hair. 

ftorbobt' a (frabet) hated, detested; abhorred; 
(ube^gelig) odious; gore fig . bo4, af make one's 
self odious to. 

ftorbaf'le vt hack. 

9orl|aI -let entrance hall, vestibule. 

^orlja'lle vt protract, prolong, retard; ^ shift, 
move, WMp away; — + vi stay, -er c -e 4f ^UT- 
-tag e -rr protraction, retardation; 4> shifting 
etc. — 8rorl|a(ittgi|gobd warping gear. -Hamiier 
transporting chocks, -bffl warping-post. 

ftorbal9 fore part of the neck; ^ fore-hood. 

9orb<iiime( e fe ^orffftt. 

tOforlyammer -e sledge-hanmier. 

^orlyaiib'lle 'i (af^nble) transact, treat, nego- 
tiaie; (foElge) sell, dispose of -lev e -e vendor, 
vender. -Img e -et transaction, negotiation; 
sale; (2)tøftelfe) discussion; -et (f. <ttft. ^»otta* 
mentetft) proceedings; ^aoe Qarer til . have goods 
on commission. — ^r||a«bliiig9|e«iite. -fes- 
fiavb subject of discumion. -svotolsl minutes. 
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^orlpcfl'e flfl »r be In too great a hurry, be 
too hasty, overhorry one's self; -be fia ide meb 
at was in no great haste to. -(f e e precipitation, 
overhastiness. -t a precipitate, hasty, prema- 
ture; . (Kfterretntnø premature report; « 6lutnina 
hasty inference; gøte -bf 6Iuttittigei Jump at el. 
to conclusions. 

^t'%tmt e garden before the house. 

99tfttf'tt vt stitch wrong, .(fe fe »el^elfe. 

t9*r|cj'le vt fe ^ott<at. 

9irf»ct#'|e vt bewitch, enchant, -elfe^ -niiiø 
c bewitching, enchantment. 

^rlcsacto formerly, before, heretofore. -»«' 
Tcs^ a former, quondam, sometime, past, (n^Iiø) 
late. 

Jør^crlige vt glorify. -Ife o glorification. 
Tkcrptmbf fe ^^etn^etftenbe. 
xiku'\htt vt hinder, prevent (i fh>m), Im- 

de (tne meb S^ecf. fom Obi.), -kring o -er 
ierance. impediment, obstacle; meb -n Joo 
imder difficulties; Øæbbeløb meb -er. -kringdut 
steeple-chase. 

9sr|M»^'|et a (»oa) eager, eagerly desirous of, 
bent upon, intent upon, mad about, -elfe e 
over-anxiety. 

^•r|i|l0|rie c pierious history, -rift a pre- 
hliaorlc. 

; J'e vt fe Sfotjafte. 
ijcnic a fore-brain. 

[ «• fore-wheel: (p. 9lapeit) fore-truck. 
i'pt vt help (til in obtaining). 
M€ M fore comer. 

n, piwmti. -t, (^anblemaabe) conduct, 
ayfonr. (m. ^ t. Gtsrrelfe) proportion; (6I«Qt«» 
foT^olb ofo.) relation, connection; (Omftænbigoeb) 
faet, ciicumstance; pl (Zil^anb) aflfUrs; oondi- 
dons. circumstances: -ene )»aa ^aftlonbet (the) 
continental afbirs; tnath rate, ratio; genflbtgt . 
oorrelations; i . til in proportion to, propor- 
tionate to; 9aa i « til be proportionate to el. 
commensurate with; (et 9nientimmer) have a 
love intrigue with; flaa i et gobt . til be on 
good et. friendly terms with; ^oottebe« oat -et 
ioKllcn? what were the relations between? bort 
. ft oenflobfliat we are upon ftiendly terms, 
upon a friendly footing; -et meHem ^erre og 
Xieiicr the relations of master and servant; -et 
et at the Cact is that; og . . . i . bertit (i famme .) 
and ... to match, corresponding; efter oore fmaa 
. in our little way. 

^•t%%Wt vt (bolbe tilbage) withhold (en fh>m 
one); — vr . ftg (b<ete fig ab) behave el. conduct 
one's self; 6agen -i fig faalebe« the matter stands 
thus, naai bet -t fig faalebe« when that el. such 
is the case: bborban mon Sagen egentlig -r fig? 
I wonder what are the real fiEUSts of the case; 
. fig tolig keep quiet; ^an bat -t fig meget fop 
figtig he has acted verv prudently; - fig til ^in* 
onbcn fom Kaifag og Vittntng stand in tne rela- 
tion of cause and effect; 10 -r fig til 5, fom 16 
til 8, 10 is to 5, as 16 to 8; r fig btrefte, omoenbt, 
ft« ftsobiatenie is in a direct. Inverse, ratio to 
the squares -Ife o retention, withholding. 

^t%%i%n%wmmit t holdlng-up hammer. 

99r|ofMi«ttefl character, -iefsling directions, 
instructions pi. -fortn case, -micdfig a pro- 
portionate, proportional, compcurative; . Vnbel 
quota, -srk gram preposition. -Ofbre fe -befO' 
nng. -regel measare. -rigHa a proportionate, 
proportional, -fhiffc (ftanon^) stopper, -ftia« 
tniM fe -moeftfig. -tat number of the ratio. 
-tatinalf proportional representation. -iHi adv 
proportionally, proportionately, in proportion, 
comparatively: . faa comparatively few el. a 
comparative few. 
%iit%$'ttt a debauohed. 



ftorbo'rnet a homy. 

gorb09 e toe. 

$orlio9eb n fh)ut part of the head; aso^ sin- 
ciput. 

Sforlnb e foreskin, prepuce; fig undrcumci- 
sion 

grorHn'ble vt sheathe, metal (a ship), -tting 
sheathing, -ningitiiaber sheets of metaL 
-ningftfsm sheathing nails (etc.). 

^9t%n%* n, pi B, barricade, (of felled trees). 
-ge vt spoil by cutting, hack; . en Sei barricade 
a road (with felled trees), -ning e spoiling etc.; 
fe gorbug. 

wnkml n ^ stay-hole. 

9or||tiiig'ret a fiunished, hunger-bitten, (hun- 
ger-)starved. 

gorbnå n flront building. 

^or^tiff'c fig vr mis-remember, -tfe e lapse 
of memory. 

%Px%nt'\U vt spoil, bungle. -ling e spoiling 
etc. 

9or|tier'lie vt fe (Sr^beibe. 

%9XMm't\t vt ^ hire, engage, ship; . paant) re 
-engage; * fig ship (one's self), -er c -e ship- 
ping-master, -ing o engagement, -ingdlontøv 
shipping office. -ingSlontroft shipping artiolea 
pi. -ingfttiidsar terms of engagement. 

Sforljantg n, pi », curtain; bibl (Xenqilet») veil. 
Sforl^antgøfeng fr Omtong«*. 

trbontgt' o (ftøb) hung too long, 
rljorrk e fore-hearth, 
rllfttr'bc vt harden, Indurate; -^stbet 
rdened etc., obdurate, case-hardened, cal- 
lous, -birrbeffe c induration; fig obduracy; (af 
^uben) callosity. 

%9x\%9\'t Vt (gøre ^ece) heighten; <Bsn, Ijprift 
ofb^ raise, enhance -l^iet a mu9 rf. (StS. ibart) 
fe ^orfisrret. -Ipsietfe e heightening etc.; en- 
hancement. -lMi|ning o -er (tSaffe, b^it 6teb) 
rising ground, eminence; (i Stue ofb.) platform. 
%9x%9't n, p« B, examination; tage i « examine, 
•e vt examine, interrogate; vi f ask, inquire, 
make inquiry; • fig make inquiries: mis-hear. 
-I^ribommer examining Judge, e. magistrate, 
examiner, -bsvd^rotofol record of evidence, 
process verbal. 
t^oritte n protoxide. 

tor'inb adv ^ ahead, 
orinben ado (om Ziben) before, ere (that 
time), first; (inboenbtg) within, inside; — fprcep 
within; — con; before. 

tor'inbien n India. 
oring o lining, ^ ceiling, foot-waling. 
9oring99lanfe ceiling-plank. 

forivre fla vr grow too warm, fire up. -Ife 
c heat, fit of anger; hotheaded blunder. 

Sførja'ge vt fe 9oi^t>noe; over-ride. Jade; -t (ogf.) 
hurried. -Iff fe ^rbtibelfe. 

orjaft'e vt soil, tumble, rumple, 
orjling'e vt diminish, contract, 
„orifft'te vt promise; bet -be Sanb the land of 
promise, the promised land. -Ife o -t promise. 
•Ife^fnlb a Aill of promise. 
Pfoxf e 't pitchfork. 
$srfsblyt e fore-cabin. 

forfalt'] e vt calcine, -ning 'c calcination, (i 
Harerne) ptilebolite. 

torfamme pi (Qoeon.) lowering-healds. 
orfammer n antechamber, anteroom, lobby; 
^jftTtetft -mre the auricles of the heart. 
gortont fore-side, 
forfar C e foreman. 
%oxfaH n first cast, f. throw. 
9oxUW\t vt reject, (gotflag) negative, (Sobf.) 
throw out; gorflaget bleo -t (ogf.) the motion 
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long since exploded, -elig a objectionable, im- 
proper, -eligljeb c impropriety. -c(fe c rejec- 
tion, -elfrdbom condemnatory Judgment. 

^otUtt a wrong, preposterous, absurd; bet 
er ben -e Setben it is the world turned upside 
down; — adv wrong, the w. way; beoDnbe - 
beigln at the wrong end. -l)eb o absurdity. 

grprfi'lle vt wedge, key. -liHg e wedging. 

t^orfUff e vt calumniate. 

Srortta'ge vt prefer a complaint against, com- 
plain of, tell of. -Ife o complaint. 

Prottiam'pt vt chock (off). (Sfo) cleat. 

^prfla'lre vt explain, escpound; (for Sletten) 
depose, give evidence; (^liggøre) glorify, trans- 
figure: Jeø Tan ilte . mig bet I cannot account 
for it; pan -be (for Ketien) at babe fet he spoke 
to having seen; -tenbe a explanatory, illustra- 
tive; -ret tt beatified. -re(fe c transfiguration, 
glorification, -rer e explainer, commentator. 
-ring c -er explanation; (Sø*. (EtfloEring) declara- 
tion; (9ibne') evidence, deposition, -rlig a ex- 
plicable. 

^ottiti'mt vt disparage, belittle. -Ife o dis- 
credit, reproach, disparagement. 

ftprnent'nie vt jam, pinch. 

^orfli^^c vt spoil in cutting. 

*erorfufr'rct a effeminate. 

^orflP o fore claw. 

jf prflog a provident, -flat forethought. 

$orfIo9 fore-hoof. 

9orf(ttb'|re vt bungle, murder, make a mess 
of. -riag bungling. 

gfprtlffbe fi -r apron, (I9ant9) pinafore; neb . 
aproned, pinafored. -(«a«b apron-string. 

8rPrUff'b|e vt disguise; -bt fom in the disguise 
of. -ttlttg e disguise; unber benne . in this d. 
prfttal» c ^ fore-truck, 
orfnift're, 8rort«it'rr o« decrepitate. 
prfntt'ge vt hurt by squeezing, pinching. 
orhi« fie ti crush, -ntng e crushing. 
orlntit' a dispirited, cowed, ftdnt-hearted. 
fain^heartednes8. -te vt (ant moblaS) 
dishearten, dispirit; (flanbfe i ealSt) stunt (the 
growth of), 'tti a stunted (in growth). 

gortnie n knee. 

^prtob're vt copper. 

9ørfo'ge vt overboil. 

$ørfogie vt bewitch. 

i^ottomlmtvtki (foricegge) mislav; (bitoe borte) 
be lost, miscarry; (omforame) be dymg, starving. 
•metfe e miscarriage, -meit a exhausted, starv- 
ing, overcome (of with), (af ftulbe) benumbed 
(with cold); (af ©ult) fiunished. 

forfor« n light grain. 

tgrorfprt' fe tilfort. 

grPrfort'le vt shorten, abridge, (ogf. om SStøf) 
abbreviate. (Xegn ) foreshorten; . Xiben beguile 
time, -elfe, -tttitg o -ei shortening, etc., abridg- 
ment, abbreviation; foreshortening, -niiigitegit 
sign of abbreviation. 

ftortrab'f |e vt scratch; -et a ftiU of scratches. 
-ntRg c scratching. 

gorfram'me ct ruffle, squeeze. 

9ortrifrcIig « pre-Christian(ic). 

^or'tro^ c fore part of the body; Onfeltetft) 
thorax. 

PrOtltttm'ptt a Stunted. 

99ttttip'ptt a bent to right angles; . 6taal 
(^rejn.) hook(-tool). 

PfOxttttft't vt hurt by squeezing. 

^prtrim'telllg a corruptible, perishable; brite 
-e this corruptible. -Ugqek, -Ife c corruption. 

ftorfr^'teit a hidden. 

9ørtr«b'IIe vi, -g vp shrivel, become stunted 
el. dwarfed; -let a stunted, scrubby. 



^ortr^O'le vt crumple, rumple, tumble, -isg 
e crumpling etc. 

9dr|f«'e vt stunt in growth; (tue) cow, keep 
under; -luet a (fotlni)t) cowed; (Mmtceben) 
stunted, -tnelfe c stunting etc.; oppression. 

-»^Oforlitlb'et a, fe 5orfto«fen. 

OfortttO'le vt carbonize, -et a charred, -tag 
carbonization. -ingitPrPeei process of carboni- 
zation. 

Sforf RMbffab o foreknowledge, previous know- 
ledge; pi -et rudiments e(. elements of Imow- 
ledge, preparatory knowledge, precognlta. 

^prfttnfl'lle vt over-refine; -t over-refined, 
affected. 

^orftiaf'lle vt mismanage, bungle, spoil. -Ihig 
c mismanaging etc. 

grPrloif ttittg, t 9Pr(t>«g'liitig e amalgamation, 
mercurifieation. 

^orflpii'be, -te, -t vt announce, proclaim, jtir 
serve (on one); - Drbet preach the word. -Mfc 
-t announcer; prophet; preacher, minister. 

t^orfli'fl part frightened. 

^orflyd'fe vt kiss to excess. 

fforfff '(e vt spoil (by indulgence), pet. coddle; 
. jtg nurse one's self u>o much; -t 9am spoiled 
child. -Ife o petting etc 

^orfff utløer c -e champion, advocate. 

^prfierltglyeb o predilection (for), partiality 
(to), prejudice in favour of. 

^ortirrre fe ^loblftrce. 

9ortot'|re vt (anHage for ftatten) accuse of 
heresy; (en fiare) stigmatize as heretical; (nebfætte) 
decry, disparage, denounce, »relfe, -ring e aocn- 
sation of heresy etc. -relfe9fl|ge zealotism. 

^otUlt M, pi ^, (grorløbftrrt) pre-emption; (9or* 
prong y forestalling; lomme en i -et forestall one. 
be beforehand with, gain a march on. 

gør(<'be fig tr buy too dear. 

»ot'UMttt (right of) pre-emption, reftisal- 

vtOttth n meat of the forequarter (should«^ • 

$ort«'I|e vt chill; . fig catch el. take (a) oold; 
•et a blioe . catch el. take cold, get a cold; ieg 
er . I have (got) a (bad) cold, -elfe e -r cold, 
chill. -elfeAfeber feverish cold, catarrhal fever, 
-elfeiflygboiii disease arising from oold. 

frotte'tt vt overdrive. 

fortabe vt (goa bort fro) leave, quit; (fbigte) 
forsake, abandon, desert; (et Chnbebe) vacate; 
Oortoi i @øen) abandon; (titgioe) pardon, forgive; 
. bette 6teb leave here; « bette £ib depart this 
life; ^ermeb -r oi . . . (et (fmne) so much for . . .; 
forlob 0« oor SD^Ib forgive us our trespasses; 
^bem 3 * S^nbeme, bem ere be -bte whose soever 
sins ye remit, they are remitted unto them; 
ftttt 8etben f^at -bt iam he is forsaken by every- 
body; alt -bt ! all right i (fe grortabt). 

Sforla'be fig vr paa, -ftil, rely el. depend on, 
trust to. 

PfOtlaht\M(tt, -foiiPit muzzle-loader. 

^orlt'belfe e pardon, forpriveness; 6Dnbeme4 . 
the forgiveness of sins; (leg beber) om « (I ask 
el.) beg your pardon; jeg beber tufenbe (iange om 
. I beg you a thousand pardons. 

portabel r e -e, -riffel, -tiaoten muzzle-loader. 

^orUbttiaa e -er wadding, wad. SforUbitiiigii< 
getiier o. fl. fe f^orlab«'. -net wad-net. 

^Prlabt' a forsaken, abandoned, (®lib) dere- 
lict, («Irb) unclaimed; . 6lib derelict. -|eb o 
desertion. 

gfprlag n (of »øger) publishing; fe -lortiner; 
ehém receiver; ubgibe poo eget . publish at one's 
own expense; poo gforfatterenft . printed for el. 
published by the author; benne S9og er ubfommen 
poo f^ani . he is the publisher of this book; 
løbe -rt purchase the copyright. — ^^'^M^l* 
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his publication stock, -tpglankel publishing 
•firm: publishing-business, -løal^attblev pub- 
lisher. -bHrean, -foreitiRg publishing company. 
-fahUfg publisher's catalogue, -omlo^itiøcr 
publisning expenses, 'ttt copyright, -firift fe 
-tfttiW 

ft«rltab n foreland, headland. 

^Tlmnq'\t, -it -t vt (beaftre) ask, demand, ask 
for. call for. (attraa) desire; ban -gte 2 $unb (of 
Kig) for brt he charged (me) 2 pounds lor it; 
^a frrbeliø font nogrn tan . as peaceable as need 
be; bet rr itfe for meaet -t for ban they are not 
dear at that price; bet er for meget -t, at it is 
an unreasonable demand that; f \t.] bet fCat ~ 
vrig I wonder, -ettke n -r request, demand; oaa 
• when required, if demanded, -febbel order. 

ftorlal»'|»tt a Aill of patches. 

»orM e Af fore-hold. 

^ørlaflet, forlafHø a trimmed e(. loaded by 
the head. 

ftorlek n, mat antecedent. 

^rle^e vt beguile, mislead, seduce. -Iff o 
misleading etc. 

%9xU'b€U a (Sag) the other day. 

Mtfc'et a exhausted with laughter. 

99tU'§tm [a] a (nflRei) embarrassed, at a loss, 
puzzled, perplexed, put out; (af 9(tfen) shame 
-&ced; (begarlig) anxious, eager (efter at to); ocere 
. mrb et ellfi anbet not to know what to do 
with a thing: . for $enge in want of money; 
dbtig . for SMr neyer at loss for an answer. 
•M e (SoTtnning) embarrassment, perplexity; 
(Inibe) dilemma; (Xrangj want; txere i - be at 
a lofls, (for $enge) in want of money; fstte i . 
perplex, puzzle, embarrass. 

»•Tie« n fore limb, anterior extremity. 

trie's] e vt (giw til Sen) enfeoflf; (ffante) grant. 
•Wf e -fc enfeoffment; fief. 

t9«rfet'tc fe Sette. 

9<r|li'(e fig vr i take a fancy to. -litelfe e 
fkacy. •(ibf a smitten (with), spooney (on). 

ftorli'^e m elapse. 

førlig n ^ fore-leech, luff. 

Mrlig adv before the beam, ahead. 

99rti'g A, jU s>, agreement, adjustment, re- 
conciliation, accommodation; art dispart; gore, 
ftntte, inbgaa . meb make up a difference, come 
to an agreement with: bet torn til . matters 
were accommodated. ^rli'g|e, it, -t vt recon- 
cfle; - ftg meb be reconciled to; -ti vd agree. 
•dig a placable, -elitlpeb c placability, -elfe 
e reconciling, reconciliation, -elfe^fømntiftfier 
commissioner of a Court of €k>nciliation. -(elfe)9' 
iMiaiiAfloa Court of Conciliation (ifte i (inglanb). 

^rlig ge Of: -nbe (om Sarer) lying on hand; 
-be 6<xriér stale goods, old goods spoiled by 
keeping, shop-keepers. 

^•rlfgillUige declaration (before a Court of 
0>n<;iliation). -trcbd Jurisdiction of a Ck>urt of 
C. -»«g(ev mediator, -ntotgliiig mediation. 
HM^e appearance before the Ck>urt of C. -|»r«tie 
attempt at conciliation, -tiiffaar vl terms of 
accommodation. -ti«feit CTonciliaUon system. 

%9tn'fi n, pi B. (Zab) loss; (eiibbr.) shipwreck. 
^•nifle, -te -t vt lose, (6tang o. I.) carry away; 

— vt be loet, wrecked. •iriKg e shipwreck. 
^øtIøM adv in advance, beforehand, by anti- 
cipation; ^n ftal ^oe . faa meaet af voet he is 
to have so much paid him before the division 
of the estate el. in priority to idl other claims; 

— n reference legacy. 

^trUft'e vt entice, (nabnl. ${ge) seduce. -Ife 
t -T enticement. 
t9*rIo're vt lose. 

IrMCø'rc« a (fortabt) lost; (falff) fidse, mock, 
ben -me 6fn the prodigal son; -t ^aar 



fiOse hair; . 9lttfe sham e(. false nose; « ©tilpabbe 
mock-turtle; . Støbeform broken mould. 

Sførto'b [aa] e&n leave, permission; ftirlough, 
leave of absence; meb - with (el. by) your leave. 

Srorlo'oe [aa] vt{txo\o)9t) betroth, aifiance, engage 
(to); (nt) forswear, abjure; jeg ^r -t at lomme ber 
ttete I have made a vow not to go there any 
more; -t meb engaged to (marry); f^ni -be his 
promised bride, his intended, his sweetheart, 
-Ife o -r betrothment, engagement. — f|orIooe(> 
fe9|baa day of betrothment. -gflbe feast of be 
trothal. -fort card of betrothal, -i-iiiaal en- 
gagement, -ring espousal-ring, engaged-ring, 

Bforlooer [aa] o -e sponsor; he that gives the 
bride away; (Qrubgommend) best man, bride- 
groom's man. 

grorlttge o -r foie-hatch; (llabningen) fore 
-hatchway. 

j^orlitfaf n forecastle. 

^orllyb c, gram initial articulation; i . at the 
beginning of words, when initial; b i . initial b. 

§orIly'be V imp bet -r it is reported, understood; 
(abe fig . meb hint, intimate, give to understand. 
-nbe n: eftet (flftert) - according to (authentic) 
report. 

Sforllifl'e vt delight, divert, gladden; or . fig 
amuse one's self (meb^ oeb in, with). -Ife e -r 
delight, amusement, recreation; offentlige -r pu- 
blic amusements. — ^orlQfletfedlfieb n place 
of amusement, (p. of public) resort, -flyg a plea- 
sure-seeking; -t SRennefCe pleasure-hunter, -flyge 
pleasure-hun ting. 

j^oriieber n splash-leather. 

^orlftg'ge vt (fli)tte) transfer, remove; (paa 
utette Steb) mislay; (et éftift — i benne ©et. ogfaa : 
fot lægge) publish. -Ife o -r removal; mislaying. 
^or Ilegger e -e publisher; (Stein.) rest. 

9orlftgger|€fe^ *-«fe soup ladle, dividing 
-spoon. 

forlief'ttittg leakage, 
ørlceng'e vt lengthen, elongate, prolong,^ 
øeom produce. -Ife c lengthening etc., prolonga- 
tion; production. -IfeSfebbel mere rider. -If ed' 
fhytte lengthening piece. 

^orlcmg'ei vd fe Scengel. 

ftorfcmaft fe ^orloenS. 

^orlflnil adv forwards; fibbe . i en Sogn sit 
on the back seat of a carriage. 

ftorlceitgfl' adv long ago. 

^orlff'fe fig vr read too much, overread one's 
self. 

Sfoelod'lfe vt overload, surcharge, -niitg o 
overloading. 

Øorliefl' a knocked up with reading; over 
-stuffed* with reading, the worse for excessive 
reading. 

JørUb n, §p fore-leg. 

9ørU'b n expiration, lapse; (^ng, f. dti. 
6t}gbomd) course, progress. ^oxt$h\t vi (om 
Xiben) pass away, elapse, expire: bill pocket 
one's own ball, make a losing hazard; — vt 
(lømr.) overlap: overlaunch; - Safterne give 
shifts to the scarphs; — or . fig put one's foot 
in it, commit one's self, blunder; (lobe fot meget) 
hurt one's self by running; . fig mob fin Ober- 
manb happen to offend a superior (by presump- 
tuous manners el. language), -elfe e -t blunder, 
indiscretion, -ea a (Vtenneffe) vagabond, vagrant; 
(IhKeg) stray, -er o -e bill losing hazard, 

Orortober e -e forerunner, precursor; (om ^e^e) 
leader; ^ stray-line, (til ^at^un) foreganger. 

ftorU'bnlMg c (Somr.) overlapping. 

llorUffte n -r surety; ball. 

^orUf'te fig or overstrain one's self by lifting; 
fig ^ fiQ paa break down in. -Ife o strain; fia 
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•^9^vl9\'tt a sham. -Ijeb o sham, pretence, 
humbng. 

^orU'fle vt release, (ogfaa om %Bh\e\) deliver, 
(naonl. ret) redeem; bHoe -t meb be delivered of, 
brought to bed of. -er c redeemer, deliverer. 
-«itig c redemption, deliverance; (Sieblomft) de- 
livery. 

f$orU'9e 1^ farlough: . en fro fit dmhtU grant 
leBve to retire ftom office. t-Ife c ftirlough. 

^oxm e -er fo'rm; make, shape; (Stø^ef, ogf. 
Jig) mould; typ form, chase; (i ^Ib^eb) twyer; i 
-en in form: for end 6t9lb for form's sake, as a 
matter of form. 

^otmM' vt ebe, -et (at) be able (to), capable 
(oO; (fn) prevail on, persuade, induce, bring; . 
meget ^od en have great influence e(. interest 
with one; att ^oab man -t all in one's power; 
ilte .. at be unable to; jeg -r iHe at fe, inbfe I 
fail to see, understand; bu maa tage ttltalle meb 
^bab ^ufet -r you must take pot-luck, -en o 
ability, -cube a influential. +99tmaatufit% o 
Influence. 

j^pmtaal n, pi b:, object, aim, end. 

^orntatic vt measure wrong; « fig measure 
to one's own prejudice. 

-^^omtaaUloarfag e final cause. -tjeiiHg^ 
-tjentiglirb fe ^enflgtftmæ«flg. 

tornitb first dish; (®øbemab) spoon-meat. 
orma'Ic vt grind. 

tdfom^tl'^i'^ct a » Sorbanbet. 

iromtt'lUer pi formal'ities. -life're fig or obex 
find fault with, •lifnte e fo'rmalism. -IffI' e 
-et fo'rmallst. -'(iter [I.] adv formally, in form. 
-lite't -ei formality, ceremony, (matter of) 
form. 

ftpmtaiib o -msnb, (doTQanqn) predecessor; 
(beb ^anboarf) foreman, head man; (i ^orfam» 
ling) chairman, president, leader: (i Unbet^ufet) 
speaker: (paa SSeKel) preceding indorser; *coundl- 
man (of a division, town, connty), member of 
the local government board, -flak n presidency, 
leadership; *(town-, division-, county-) council, 
local government board. 9omuiiiki||»pfl, -tiftr« 
biglieb presidency; speakership. 

9fpr«a'ii|e vt exhort, admonish, warn, -er c 
-e ezhorter, admonisber. -itta c -n exhortation, 
admonition. 9oriiitiiitt|i|ffme(fe, -tale admoni- 
tory letter, speech el. discourse. 

ftomttfl e -ec foremast. 

jf omtafl'le fig vr presume, have the audadty. 
-ens <* presumptuous, audacious, •eligleb/ -elfe 
c presumption, audacity, efl&ontery. 

fovmn't n et size (of a book). 

IprmaHp'it e -er forma'tlon. 

tortnane e anteetomach. 

fotmitttt n moulding-board. 

^ornie vt (banne) form, &shion, shape; (fløbe 
efter 9RobeI el. i 9otm) mould; ~ or . fig form, 
take form. 

^oraie'beCfl proep on account of, owing to. 
f ørmeeOMf e forming power. 
lomte'gel adv too much. 
Ipr'niei c -miet fo'rmula, form. 
wrmer a fo'rmal. 

jpmeCb'e vt announce, report; . en ^ilfen 
give el. present compliments. 

^otmtUq a fo'rmal, in due form, (bitlelig) 
actual, positive, regular; — adv formally, in 
due form: F absolutely, fairly, positively. 

ftonnet^ fe ^orml^e. 

Mfpnne'tte vi (mene) deem, hold, opine, be of 
opinion. 

Sfortne've vt (fotbt^be) forbid, prohibit. -Ife o 
prohibition. 

ØorwfMiMg c opinion, Judgment; efter min . 
in my opinion; ieg fiob i ben . I was under the 



impression; ieg er af ben beflemte ~ at I am of a 
decided opinion that. 

JonneitMeffelig a pre-human. 

^ornte'nt, -tig a presumed, supposed. -Ifg 
adv I believe, I think, I presume, I submit. 

t ormer c -e ($apirf ) vat-man. 
prme've vt (banne) form; . (Bdtha, &inie taM 
in ranks, in line. 

Ofotme're vt & r (forøge) increase, multiply. 
(6ær«ter) propagate, raise. -Ife c increaae. 

j^pmte'rittg o formation. 

^orme'rittg c increase; propagation. — gr**' 
«erittgdleiPMe powers of multiplication. -Imå 
aunneotation-house. 

gromtrd'fliiie vt coat with brass. 

^ormlfeil informality, -fitfle flask. -f»r> 
attbrittg ^ change of figure, -t^fut^ a courteous, 
•fiilbntbt a formally perfect, finished, artistic. 

t-fiti«ittg e foshioning. -|«gl mould-shot. -|af 
(glbft.) twyer-hole, 
ømtiba'tel a fo'rmidable.' 
omtfbbag e forenoon, morning, A. M.; i ., 
i -4 this morning: tti. ti om -en at ten (o'clock) 
in the morning, 10 A. M. — Sfønitik¥agå|t«M« 
tjenefle morning service, -nwkc morning sitting, 
-pr^oe morning rehearsal (etc.). -Mft «I^ fore- 
noon-watch. 

gromtib'lfe vt mediate, -ler c -e mediator, 
-ling e mediation. 

^prmil'bc vt soothe, soften, mollify, appease, 
assuage, alleviate, temper, mitigate; -nbe Oa* 
flænbtg^b extenuating circumstance, extenua- 
tion. -Ife e mitigation. 

^rtnfnk'fde vt diminish, lessen, extenuate, 
take firom, detract from; -er tffe takes nothing 
from; . fine Ubgiftec retrench one's expenses; 
-et a mu§ diminished; -t Waaleflof reduced scale: 
i -t 9RaaIeftot on a small scale, -elfe o diminu- 
tion, reduction, retrenchment, abatement, -effe^ 
enbclfe diminutive ending. 'ti\t^Ui$ diminish- 
ing-glass. -elfeforb oram diminutive, -niag e 
fe -elfe. 

gromtirsife art moulding-box el. -flask, -fit 
moulding-clay. -Isbe fe -laftfe -liglefe simila- 
rity of form. -Ini mould(-candle). -Iiere pram 
etymology, accidence. -Ud a formless, shape- 
less, amorphous; informal, irregular, immethod- 
ical. -Uilieb c formlessness: informality, -«age? 
-e form-maker. ^ormMiiig c forming, etc. 

^ornto'ble vt suppose, surmise, coi^ectnre, 
presume; -t €eIbmorb constructive suicide, -eatlig 
a probable, likely, -eittlia(eii) ado probably, 
presumably, most likely, m all likelihood. I 
suppose. -niHg c -er supposition, surmise, im- 
presaion, guess, coi^ecture, theory: tmob ol ^ 
contrary to all expectation; bonne fla et 6Iagf . 
om form some guess at. -HKinggød adv oon- 
Jecturally, by guess. 

9onit||»re9fe goldbeater's press, -romme fyp 
chase, -reot tvp form-rack, -rig a rich in forms, 
-rigbom richness in forms, -fag matter of form; 
(gore nt) fom en ren . in a perfunctory manner. 
-fa«b moulding-sand, -fang sense for beauty 
of form, -fte founder's scoop, -ftorer carver. 
-flftterlMiifl art of carving in wood, -jls« a 
beautifully formed, beauti^ in form, -flsaleb 
beauty of form. -f|»iitbel (Støbn.) spindle. 
•f)Mrg4maaI question of form, formality, -flea 
mould-stone, form-piece; (Xegl.) clinker, moulded 
brick, -traab ($ap.) wire (of the mould). 

^prmne e (IRibler) fortune, property; (Ctme) 
ability, power; babe en • paa 10,000 $nnb be worth 
10,000 pounds, -abe a wealthy, opulent. {*v>Men< 
l^eb e wealthlness, opulence; -t- ability, ^orwncl« 
f«lle9f(ab community of goods, ftormneflit 
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stmnces. -rttbifllieb power of managing one's 
omi estate, -oiltaar circumstances. — ^omntC' 
fflMf fine, -tah loas of property. 

^ørwttla'r e -ei fo'rmnla, form, -log fo'rmu- 
lary. 
jøramU'ite tfi, -4 vd moulder, crumble. 

^ormtile'rle vt fo'nnulate. -fng e formula' tion. 

^finnMWIiiie vt mask, disguise, -ntelfe, -«i«8 
e masking, disguising, mummery. 

Jorniar c -t front wall; fig bulwark. 

^mu»«feii n formality. 

^»9'I n fo'rmyle. 

^ørméttber c -e guardian. -iefNRclfe appoint- 
ment of a guardian; guardian's warrant, -i' n 
fe CoftfonnQnben. -reaeri«g regency. -f«l«r 
guardian's salary. -ffO n guardianship, ^ør« 
«I9iikfr1le e x (female) guardian. 

^9nK«'(|e vt espouse, -ittg e nuptials. 

w^tmtn'U vt perceive, notice. 

Hormirlletar n steeping- trough. 

^ormr'te vt darken, obscure, eclipse, -tfe e 
darkening; (om Solen, Vloanen) eclipse; (on 
€timieT) ocoultation. 

%9tn%%'\U vt (tilfpigre) nail up; . oi ^efi prick 
a norse in shoeing; . en ft anon spike el. nail 
a gun. -CHig o nailing; pricking; spiking. -liiigi* 
fliiger spikes for nailing guns. 

l^ømaiPK n christian name, first name. 

»onie'knt adv below. 

9orme'br|e vt lower, debase, abase, degrade, 
humble; 600 ftø felo op^et, ffal -i whosoever 
shall exalt himself shall be abased; -enbe a 
degrading, -elfe e abasement, debasement, de- 
gradation. -e(fcdtf(flaiib state of degradation. 
-tej. fe -elfe. 

%9xntm a of quality, of distinction, of posi- 
tion, of rank, p swell; en . 9Ranb a man of 
rank el. quality, p a swell; Ie»e -t live in style; 
. VHne an air of superiority, a stately el. 
superior air; ben -me 8etben the fioshlonable 
world, (high) society, high life; %an )>aatager fig 
et -t Væfea he plays the fine gentleman; -fte 
tuperl chief, principal, main. 

^omewme (oøf. nam, -nummet) vt (føle) feel, 
be sensible of, (ctfaic) perceive, notice; f inquire. 
•weliø a perceptible. 

ftøf«eiit'iiieli§ adv chiefiy, principally, mainly. 

9ønie«'»clfe c -er feeling, perception; (^ocubf.) 
presentiment: fine -et high notions; fine-ladyism. 

%t'tntt a fe frønnet. 

Mniil'l Ic vt nickel-plate. -Uiiø c nickel-plating. 

So'mlciiaitiger p/ antiquities 

»oraør'fle vt Norwegicize, Norweglanize. 

9oni«ft c reason; ben funbe . common sense; 
tale . talk sense; bringe en ti( > bring one to 
reason el. to his senses, restore one to sanity; 
tage imob . listen to reason; txere oeb fin (fulbe) ~ 
be in one's (right) senses •(egret idea, -tetiii 
rational proof. -b«b, fe -lob. -øiftennaal marri- 
age of convenience, -gmtib rational argument. 
•ig a rational, reasonable, sane, sensible; dis- 
creet, judicious; et -t %tn, Stofen a rational ani- 
mal, being; intet -t Vtennefte no one in his 
sens«: bftre faa . at have the sense to; — adv 
rationally etc. -igljeb e rationality, -igtiid adv 
reasonably, in reason. -I0O law of reason. -Icrre 
logic. -U# a irrational. -todlKb irrationality. 
•BMCifil a rational -«crffigliek c rationality. 
•|»«rti fie -giftermaal. -f-yrieg stamp el. colour of 
rationality. -reCigiøn rational religion. -fa«bl)eb 
troth founded on reason. -flHtiiutg syUoglsm. 
•Urikif a contrary to reason, -trø rational be- 
lief, -»ikeitffai speculative science, -tiftfe« 
rational (being). 

%9tW9'i,t) vt renew, renovate, (9ef»el) prolong, 
(Sottedfebbel) renew; . Ilngcebet return to the 

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charge; -t Cbetbefelfe reconsideration: tage unber 
-t C. reconsider, think better of. -Iff c renewal, 
renovation. 

tornil'Iig, ^ømiyd', fe 9^Iig, ^\^. 
ømftg'tle vt (nftgte, ej oiQe tilftaa ofb.) deny, 
disown, disavow, disclaim; (forfage, ej oebfenbe 
fig) renounce; bibl (om $eter) deny: - fig fel» 
deny one's self, practice self-denial. -Ife c 
denial; (Aub«-) atheism, -et c -e denier; (af 
Qlub) atheist. 

ØrørMOfntle vt offend, (flcertere) insult, affront. 
•elTg a insulting, offensive, -elfe c -r insult, 
affront; bet er en . imob (ogf.) it is a libel upon; 
•ev c -e offender, insulter, -et a offended («ma 
with, obet at); biibe . ooer take offence at. 

gømøctiMt a before-mentioned, aforesaid. 

^ønt^'ben a requisite, needfUl, necessary; 
^oe . be in want of; gøreft • be needed; ^abe 
bet -ne have a competence; nagte fig bet -ne deny 
one's self the necessaries of life; i -t '^cXt in 
case of need, if need be; gøre fit -ne ease one's 
self. -Ipek e -er necessity, requirement; SibetØ -ec 
the necessaries of life. 

SrøtMi'le vt (tilfteb«fiille) content, please; (gloebe) 
delight, gratify; . fig enjoy one's self; . fig meb 
amuse one's self with; ~ fig ooer be delighted 
with, at: bet -er mig at I am glad (to hear) that. 
-elig a (bergelig, morenbe) delightful, pleasant; 
■¥ (nøifom) contented, -eltglicb c delightfulness; 
contentment, -elfe c -r pleasure, gratification; 
delight; (9or(l)fieI{e) diversion, amusement; finbe 
. i take pleasure in, delight in; ^aoe . af derive 
satisfaction fh>m; gøre fig en . af have pleas- 
ure in; bet er mig en ftot . at it gives me great 
pleasure to; jeg ^r iffe ben . at tenbe ^am I 
have not the privilege of knowing him; (ja) 
meb ~ with all my heart, by all means; gob .! 
I wish you may enjoy yourself, -et a delighted, 
pleased, happy (at), glad (oO; (tilfreb*) content, 
contented; betfom man ilte ec . meb bem if they 
do not give satisfaction. 

ftor'lowntclbt, -o«ta(t a fe ^o^æbnt. 

%wc'9th n (fortale) preface, prefatory note; 
(^otbe^olb) proviso, condition; meb - with a 
proviso; - brl)ber (ingen) Xratte contract makes 
the law void. 

^ørorb'lite vt ordain, order, (om S<egen) pre- 
scribe. -itiMg e -er ordinance, edict, order in 
council. 

tørø'ne» adv above, at the top. 
or'øner adv forward, ^ Xeht (lægge, ligge) 
^pnten) weather the point, -i^jiting c bending 
forwards. 

tør^aa adv in front. 
ør)pagt'|e vt farm, rent, take a lease of. -er 
c -e tenant, (tenant) f&rmer, lessee; -ne the 
tenants, the tenantry, -evgtarb farm, holding. 
•erffe c -r farmeress, -«ing c -ec (bet, at foc^j.) 
fiGLrming; (llfgift) rent; booe, tage en 9aacb i . 
rent a farm; ^onS . ec fnact ube his lease will 
soon expire. -niHgdafgift farm-rent, -iiiitgd' 
føatralt lease-contract, -ttiitgitib term of lease. 

$ør)patfe vt over-pack. 

9ør|»trt c ^ fore-body. 

$or|»td'fe vt (et Spil; throw away a game by 
passing; •¥ (6acec) provide a permit for (goods). 

{)rør|»a#'fct a : ftjolen ec . the coat does not 
fit well, is a misfit, a bad fit. 

ftør^e'tre vt pepper too much. 

9or|iefl'|e vt poison, infect, -nittg c infection. 

^ørpiø c ^ fore-peak. 

^^wrfilitt a fe ^or^ippet. 

t^ørpim'pet a sottish (with drink). 

9otpviit a tortured, racked; (om ^ocb) ex- 
hausted. 

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scourge the soil, -tap jaded, fiitigaed; hack- 
neyed. 

9ttpinfi'\€ vt tumble, rumple, -iiiiig c tumb- 
ling etc. 

§9tptant't tft (omplante) transplant; (ubbrebe, 
formere) propagate; (ooerføre^ tjene fom ®ennem' 
øanøSIeb for) transmit; -i, ^Wqvt (om ^^r) breed, 
propagate, (om Zing) be transmitted, spread, 
-clfe, -Ring e transplantation; propagation; trans- 
mission. — 9ø^l<ttttititta9|brtft Instinct of pro- 
pagation, -bl^gtig a capable of procreation, -mne 
procreativeness, power of propagating its kind. 
-tebflaket sexual el. reproductive organs. -fl|> 
jlewet the reproductive system. 

Øørjilel'le vt (forførøe) maintain; (pleje) nurse, 
attend, -niiif o nursing, attendance; mainten- 
ance. —. 9or^(efiiitt0dif(a9fe class of patients. 
-Iør^9 commissariat, -omtoftnlnger costs of 
maintenance, -tiirfeii commissariat. 

^r^Iiøt'e vt bind, engage, oblige; — vr . fig 
pledge one's self, engage, covenant; -t (in 
duty) bound, -ffc e -r obligation (imob, ooerfot 
to), engagement, liability; -r responsibilities; 
^be en . Jpaa fia) til at be under an obligation 
to. -«be a binding, obligatory. 

Øorplo» o -e plough-head. 

+^ov»lttiii'^c vt vulgarize. 

9orpl«iii'|rc vt render muddy; Jiq confuse, 
disturb, mar, make a mess of; ~ fig entangle 
one's self, get conAised, make a mess of it. 
-ret a perplexed, -ring c conAision; perplexity, 
embroilment. 

-^^9rp(tif('ct a fe @forpjuf!et. 

gprpMittinø e -er headland. 

ftprpomnterit n anterior el. nearer Pomerania. 

»otpott c troni gate. 

9prpofl outpost, advanced guard; poa . on 
outpost duty, -fftgtttiitg affkir of advanced 
guards. -Iirbc line of outposts. -tiCMCfte out- 
post duty, -»tgt picket. 

ftorpPte e fore paw. 

ftoryrtttg c forestalling, -n o -e forestaller. 

^prpvop'^e vt stuff, cram. -Ife o stuffing. 

VfOtpmfCt vt (fisbe) bu£E^t severelv. 

^prpttf'lfe vi ehem detonate. -«f«ø c -er de- 
tonation. 

ftarpttp'lpe fig vr pass into the chrysalis state. 
-«niø c -er pupa change. 

fif9tput't\t vt frustrate, foU. -clfe^ -ing c 
frustration. 

^otpnft'tt a breathless, out of breath, blown. 
-|eb e breathlessness. 

tprpttt'te vt mislay. 
ør^ffljc vt pile, -ing o -ec piling. 

+^otpa'nt vt fe SSefrnpRe. 

grPrrtab n (& «), pi =, supply, store, provi- 
sion, ^abe i . have a store of, have in hand. 

SrPrraa'be vt betray. +-tfc c betrayal. 

ftørraab'lne ri fe Øiaobne. -nelig a putres- 
dble, corruptible, -nelfe o putrefaction, corrup- 
tion; forn forbinbrer • antiseptic; gaa i . putrefy. 
— ^pnraabnelfeilbalterier bacteria of putre- 
fiEiction. -febev putrid fever, -girring putre- 
factive fermentation, 'ptotti, -^robnlt process, 
product of putrefaction. (JrPtrtabnet a rotten, 
putrefied, corrupted. 

^ørroabiibttd magazine, store, -fontniev store 
•room, -tftlber store-cellar, -ftcb store. 

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IrOtrtng o precedence; babe -en for take p. < 
«gonrtnglct a knocked up (with revehry). 
tSfonrafre vt take by surprise. 

? rørte» >^ fe ^xt». 
gfønrebe n (^orplob) plough-head; (^orbogn) 
fore-carriage; (af ^bc) fore part (of an animal). 
9*nreg'|tte fig vr miscalculate, misreckon; bu 



fiox -t big you are out in your calculations, 
-netfe^ -ntng o miscalculation. 

tor're j9ttlng c -et ^ fore-rigging. 
orrejfl' a knocked up with travelling; -*■ fe 
»ortreift; ©erejfl. 

gonrenbt' a tired with running, jaded. 

9prrenl'|e vt pay interest on; . meb 6 ^locatt 
pay 6 percent on; — vr . fig yield interest; . 
fig gobt yield good interest el. a good return. 
-ning c payment of interest; Interest. 

OrOYveft a foremost, front; ben -e the leader; — 
adv foremost. 

Sfortefl'en ach for the reet, as for the rest, 
otherwise; however, be It said, by the bye. by 
the way; .. ogfaa indeed; iRe bet^ forre^ ^bob 
3 bil not that, anything else. 

^tttt (ftlbre 9tet) prior right; (l^rcecogati») 
prerogative, privilege. 

fortet c -tet first dish, entree. 

^orvet'tting c -er (i mm.) business; (^aaib* 
tenng, 9{ftring9bei) trade: (ftalb^ Qefteftig., ^aanbt.) 
vocation; (®ag^ Wfcete) aflSsdr; (Cmbeb«') ftinctlon, 
duty; fe Hxxtft; Vuftionlv @bnS'; en ffanr . a large 
concern; gøre -et do business; ^be mange -et 
have a great deal of business; ^ to -et has 
two businesses; i -et on business; gøte gobe -et do 
a good business; ^n gøt en gob . beb at he is 
making a good thing (for himselO in -ing; -enie 
(i Kim.) trade (and commerce). %9ttttmimt^\'^ 
onliggenbe affkir. -tret» b. letter, -banie money- 
taker, -bttgtigleb ability for b., busitiess quali- 
fications, busmess powers, -f plf men of b. -fpt- 
l|p(b : fiaa i . fammen be in business relations with 
each other, -f^vct manager (of a b.). -gang course 
of b., routine (work), -gten line of b. -Ipacnt 
b. hand, round hand, -(øartet b. quarter, 
-ftottbig skilled in business. -Ittalc shop, office, 
-lib business (-Ufé), trade. -Ud a dull. -M^ 
trade-depression, -manb manofbuslneeB. -nurg* 
fig a business-like. -Ptben fe -gana; ^parlamentets 
. Parliamentary Procedure, •teffe commercial 
trip, -fag b. aflhir, matter of b. -|Hf offidal 
style, -fnrtg b. neighbourhood, -tib business 
hours, -bant a experienced In business. -Mn 
b. friend el. connection, -bittelfe fe -lofale. 

jprPrtet'te vt perform, discharge, execute; — vi 
officiate; ben -nbe $rafi (ogf.) the celebrant; ^ 
lom ^iem meb bel -t 6ag he returned home after 
having fullv accomplished his purpose. 

tpttettigvcb c prerogative, privilege, 
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^ortibev e -e (fom tiber foran Sognen; out-rider; 
(fom tiber paa bet fotrefte €panb ^e^) poetilllon. 
*8fbrrig c «L f e Sfovrei^ning. 
ØPttige a <(</ former, previous; . «tot, Qoe 
last year, week; ben 4be i « iRaaneb the 4th 
ult(hno). 
•t-grotri'gelfe o enriching. 
^Pttittg'c vt (om Viønt) debase; (nebfcette, fo^ 
minbf!e) disparage; detract ftom, derogate fh>m; 
-ft deteriorate; qam bor at boI2e men mig at -i he 
must increase but I must decrease. -Ife e de- 
basement; disparagement, derogation. 
^•ptti'be vt tear, scratch, -r o Onb.) flatten«-. 
-PttP c ((»eb.) fore notch, 
rotto'be vt (om ®bin) damage by rooting. 
•Pttomerft a pre-Roman. 
>otto'fl a bepraised, belauded. 
•otntm n «^ fore-hold. 
rPttttfl' e vt rumple, tumble. 
.rPttttfl'lc vi rust; -t rusty, «ning o rusting, 
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99tn$V\tt vt displace, disturb, start, -tetfe, 
•KUig O displaoement; min flooking, thrum. 

99tt^U' a crazy, cracked, crack-brained. -Ipeb 
e crazineM. 

^•mr'bler e -e traitor (mob to), betrayer (oO. 
-m' n treason, treachery, -erfl o treacherous, 
tzaltorous, treasonable; — adv treacherously etc. 
•crffr c -x traitress, betrayer. 

^•mrer p/ fore-yards, head-yards. 
Urvfltf'te 9t strain. -Ife o strain. 
fOtt»'^tt a smoky, impregnated with smoke. 
ørftoije vt sole, -ing o soling. 
orfottiibt' eonj in so far as; provided that; 
t • any &rther than. 

^rft'cc m (tabr 9Robet) despond, lose heart; 
t . on despair of; t ~ paa forego. 

^•rfa'se vt forsake, abandon; . ^jceoelen 
renounce the devil; t ~ fig be self-denying. 
-Ife, t«« resignation; renunciation. 

ffttrfagem e despondency. 

t^orfagt' a aforesaid; • atbejbe }faa . work 
by the lump. 

9orfaft' a despondent, disheartened, dispir- 
ited, -tlpeb c despondency. 

forfat e -e antechamber, anteroom, lobby. 

W9Tiålt'€ vt oversalt. 

MrfaWCc vt assemble, congregate, gather to- 
«wer; . igen re-assemble; . ^g meet, assemble. 
9«rfamltiif e -er assembly, assemblage, meeting, 
ooorention, gathering. — SforfamtiMgdlbag day 
of meeting, -frifteb right of public meeting, »time 
boose of assembly, meeting-house. -^labf meet- 
ing-place. •{•! meeting-hall, -fteb meeting-place. 
-ttt time of meeting. 

tgorfa«b' for f Mb adv truly. 

99tjtmh't§ vp be filled el. choked up with 
■md. 

t^f^rfaiig e proem (in verse). 

»•HmMtr e leader of the choir, precentor. 

^itft\M\hUh flyleaf, blank leaf. 'Ut double 
-door. -Mir end-paper, -tiiabiie inside window. 

%9t\f fig vr do amiss, do wrong, make a 
mistake; . ftø T^^a look too long at, ftJl in love 
with, (unbfc SoangerfC.) take fright at, get a 
shock fktmi; oel -t ^ in proper condition. -e(fe 
c -I mistake, oversight, fault, error, slip; ingen 
.! no ofl'ence. 

^rfeg'llc vt seal; seal up. -(iiig o sealing; 
snoet . under seal, sealed. 

forfeit n ^ fore-sail, bead-sail. 

^orfcl'Ie 9% shift, move, sail. 

^orfmb'e vt send off, dispatch, forward, 
transmit, -(fe c sending etc., transmission. 

ft«rfe'»t adv too late. 

^Hlb'be vt press down by sitting on. -t a 
tired with sitting. 

^orfibe o front, fore part, foreslde; (HoetS) 
the obverse (side). 

^•rflg'tfg a cautious, circumspect, prudent, 
trary, gmurded; . meb ^oab . . . cautious in 
what . . . ; bet er beb{l at oære . it's as well to 
be on the safe side; .! (VaafTiift) with care. 
•Icb e caution, circumspection, prudence, wari- 
ne«. -^cM||eitfl|ii pi prudential motives. -iKbd« 
rtgel e (measure of) precaution, precautionary 
measure (tt«ffe take), -i-tiii adv prudently. 

^orfU'lre vt assure, protest; . ^øit oi b^rt 
TOW; . en on assure one of; . fig enft yj^m 
lerore one's person; ~ et ^ui, €fib insure a 
house, ship; ben -be the insured, the insurant. 
•cet e -e underwriter, insurer, «ret a insured. 
•ri«g « -er assurance, protestation; (mob ^Ib ofo.) 
insurance, assurance. — %9t%U\MfA\a%tMi agent 
of an insurance-company. -aii|ta(t insurance 
office, -tenift fe -police, -laticre« the insured 
'party), -^ott cc insurance-policy, p. of insurance. 



-grannie premium of insurance, -fclffat insur- 
ance company, -fniii insurance-sum. -tiftfeit 
insurance matters; system of insurance. 

*ftov{im'^lc tt simplify. 

«grorflttle vt fe gorfanfe. 

Ororfiitf'c vt retard, delay; -t (om Sfib, «ofl) 
late, belated, behind (its) time, after its tune, 
overdue, -tfe c -t delay. 

9orfi'r|e vt ornament, decorate, -ing c -er 
(®em.) ornamenting etc., (ogf. cone) decoration, 
embellishment, (fun cone) ornament. 

{^orflaa'tic vt spare; (en foe) exempt (one 
ftom); forflaan mig for flig tole! pray, forbear 
talking so to me, spare me frt>m such language ! 
-I(e e sparing; exemption. 

-h^orffa'tet a affected. 

torffaff'e fe Sfaffe vt. 
9x\ta\Vt fe @IaRe. 
tSfovflal'lIe vt board, line el. cover with 
boards. -ling c boarding. -Ii«g9(rftbcr boards. 



gorffanl e shin. 

9orfTaiif'|e vt intrench (ogf. fig), barricade. 
-ttitig e -er intrenchmeut, barricade, pi defences. 
•nittgdntiic lines. 

grorffe vx i inquire into, investigate, explore; 

- eftet search for; -nbe a searching (look), 
inquiring (spirit). -Il|ft love of research, -r e 
-e inquirer, searcher, investigator, philosopher. 

— Sforffer|aa«b spirit of inquiry, -ilif searching 
glance, -^e searching eye. 

grorftet c -le difference; (llbfliaelfe) distinc- 
tion; - i Wbet difference of age; - i «or differ- 
ence in years: til . fra in contradistinction to; 
Søre . )faa eder tmeQem distinguish, make a 
istiuction between; uben - indiscriminately; 
bet et mig uben - it is indifferent to me; bet et 
liben . there is little to choose between them; 
til - fta by way of distinction from, -fig a 
different (from el. to); (befiemt, tåbelig abfWt) 
distinct; (abfttllige, oHe^onbe) various, miscella- 
neous; bære . differ; paa . SRaabe differently; 
pan -e Vtaabet in various ways. — ^or^el'ligj* 
artet a varied, heterogeneous, heterogeneal, 
diversified, -fartiet a of different colours, -for« 
met o diversiform. -l|eb c -et diversity, f c gfot« 
flel. S^orffeldU9 a indiscriminate. 

^rnert'fe vt forfeit, lose by one's own fkult. 

ftornii n head, fore-part of a ship. 

^orfftiittg c ft inquiry, investigation, research. 

Srorfto fore- shoe, grorffo vt shoe the fore 
feet of (a horse). 

-f^^rlTotb'e vt fe €IoIbe. 

gorftole c fig preparation, training. 

^orflit i, fore bulkhead. 

^orffraa'Ie flg vr bawl one's self hoarse. 

^orffrc'ge« a (6temme) over-strained. 

^orffrift c -et (i ©fole) copy, copy-slip, copy 
-head; fig directions, instructions pi, precept, 
(S«gf8) prescription. 

^orffri'gc fe gorjjtoale. 

$orffri'9|e vt (Satet) bespeak, order, write 
for; (ooetbtage fom $ant) mortgage, pledge, 
pawn; (fftfoe feil) write wrong; — w fig make 
a slip of the pen: . fig til 2)iabe(en make a 
compact with the devil, make a bargain with 
the evil one; . fig (til noget) bind one's self by 
bond, enter into a bond, -elfe, -niKg c order; 
bond; slip of the pen. 

Qforffrit'le vt over-screw; . ^obebet p9ia en 
turn one's head; bun et -t of 9lomanla8ning her 
head is turned with novel-reading, 'tt a fig 
excentric, extravagant, high-flown, -elfe, -etl^eb 
extravagance, excentridty. 

Srorffrirf 'l|e vt frighten, terrify, -elig a fright- 
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me such a turn. 

j^orffnentt' a scared, frightened. 

^otttnh'ht fig w shift, be displaced. 

fforftnb n, pi =, advance (of money); (paa 
gugl) rocketing shot; g«re « advance (money); 
ffaa i . come et. l>e under advance, gri^'f'nbdl' 
formittg loan society, -^riemfe premium to be 
paid in advance, -tiid ac^o as an advance, by 
way of advance, by anticipation. 

^otftum^'\tt, "Ut a shalLen to pieces. 

(Sr»rfni'b|e vt (fra fin $Iabe) displace; fiff east 
off, disown, repudiate, put away; - $enge ad- 
vance money; ben @ten, forn lOtjgntngdmonibene 
-f{øbe which the builders rejected; fregatten bar 
albefee forflubt the fHgate was cut to pieces, 
crippled; ©froget »at forflubt she was cut up in 
the hull; iBefcetningen ^oobe fotfhtbt ftrubt og 
EuQier the garrison had spent all their powder 
and ball; ~ w - fig get out of his place, get 
displaced, ^ (om Saften) shift. -cUg a sliding, 
shiftable. -e(fe e repudiation. -Hing o shifting. 
-nitigSltiebal soft pedal. 

9orfIt)(b'|e t>t (fortiene) deserve, merit; (en 
noget) reward, remunerate; ^an fit fin -e 6traf 
he suffered condign punishment; Sen font -t; 
F serve him right, -t a well deserved, richly 

*9fOt\ht'>t\t vt displace, -etfo a fe gorfnjbettg. 
-ttitig c displacement, min flooking. 

gforflfffte n fore end of the stock. 

t^orflftr n master-bar. 

^pvffff're vt spoil in the cutting, (93og) crop; 
(8m) adulterate; — • ©r . fig (om ©aob) sheer 
across the sea, broach to. 

gorffirrer c -e carver, -gaffel carving fork. 
H carving knife, carver, -fitnfl art el. science 
of carving, -faff tendon separator. 

PiotHtt'tiuq e spoiling etc.; adulteration. 

ftorfløber pl ^ head-sheets. 

Ørorftoti'ne vt embellish, grace, beautify, 
-(fe e -t embellishment, beautification. -(fe9' 
ntibbel n cosmetic. 

^orflaa' m suffice, be sufficient, avail; faa 
pengene ti( at . make the money go a long 
way; - meget tibt go a very little way. 

ftprflM' vt bruise, hurt (by beating); ^ Xiben 
kill time; ~ Sorgen drive away care; > en Zalje 
shift a tackle; -et (af ©inb) blown off (her 
course); — w fig hurt one's self. 

^ornag n, pi =, proposal, (om, til for, of), 
proposition; (ifsi i raabfl. (Jrorfaml.) motion; 
(SooO bill; (førfte @Iag) first stroke; . mu» 
appoggiatura, grace-note; or f wad; gøre en ct - 
make a p. to one; bringe i . propose, (i ^arla» 
ment) move; fHOe et . make a motion; er paa ~ 
tit is in nomination for. 

Øorfta'g ft, bet er intet « i pengene the money 
goes but a little way. 

Sforfta'gm a cunning, subtle, crafty; (ogf. « 
SoTflaaet). -||eb o cunning, subtlety, craft. 

Jorflag'gc vt scorify. 
orftagdlvet right of proposing, initiative. 
let c mover, 
ftprffain'lmed vp, art get foul, -niiig e foulness. 
ftorfli'te vt spoil by grinding. 
f|ror{li'|bc fig vr overwork one's self, -bt a 
worn out; yS^ hackneyed, stale, trite, well-worn, 
&tlgued. 

fifotfti'ntle vt fill with phlegm, mucus, -»ing 
e filling, stopping with phlegm et. mucus. 

9o?Kti'ge Tig vr gorge one's self, -tfe o sur- 
felt. -« a greedy (paa of), voracious. grOrHngeii« 
^eb c greediness, voracity. 
Øovftff'te fig w overwork one's self. 



^orfmao' vt slight, disdain, refuse; bet er ilte 
at . it is not to be sneezed at. 

^orfntag c foretaste, earnest, installment 
(paa of). 

Sforfmttrirc vi crumble, moulder. -Hag c 
crumbling. 

Sforfnift'bedil a disgracefta, Ignominious; in- 
supportable, -ffe o ignominy, disgrace. 

^orfmirøt'e vi languish, pine away, starve, 
die (af with); bibl naat TOennefTene - of ^rijgt 
men's hearts failing them for fear. 

^ovfmtttte c front-board of a cart. 

^rfnablifc're fig vr f fe ^orfnafte fig. 

^orfttal'fe fig vr (tote fejl) mistake, err In 
speaJdng, make a slip of the tongue; ^an -be fig 
his tongue tripped; (fige, ^bab man iHe ftutbe) 
babble out et. let out a secret, let the cat out 
of the bag. -tfe c -t slip of the tongue. 

fr^rfttø' vt twist too hard. 

9prfiiftb'r|et a (^oo) contracted (feet), -hig 
med contraction. 

-oviuå'tt vt lace too tightly. 

oxioff'tn a F drunken, sottish, vinous. 

orfolb'et a fe gotfoiret. 

•orfontnier c early (part of) summer. 

„'Otfo'ii|e vt (fortige) reconcile; tformitbe) pro- 
pitiate, conciliate, appease; (©tjnber) atone (for), 
expiate; — w fig meb en be reconciled to one; 
.- ftg meb (nt) reconcile one's self to; labe fig - 
relent, -nbe træl redeeming feature, -ere -e 
atoner, ezpiator. -Itig c -et reconciliation, pro- 
pitiation; atonement, expiation — ^orføniwgdl« 
bag day of atonement, -b^b expiatory death. 
-fe|t, -ififftib feast of expiations, -lirre doctrine 
of atonement, -mibbei expiation, atonement, 
-offer sacrifice of atonement, -trang need of 
atonement, -»«rl work of atonement. — ^prf mt* 
Ug o placable, conciliatory. -l|eb c placability. 

^prfp'ren a f rakish, dare-devil, swaggering, 
-^eb c swagger. 

Jorfprg € (provident) care. 

$orfo'be fig w over-sleep one's sell -t a 
(were) have slept too much; fe ~ ub look drowsy, 
sleenv 

grorlf^OMb n, pi », team; (fortefte 6efle) leaders; 
(til at ftifte meb) relay, -fpanbgbe^ additional 
horse; (frifl ~) relay. 

^orfpil n (ogfaa fiff) prelude; (baa £eatret) 
introductory piece; ^ fore capstan. 

Hlfarfpitb'e vt (for fig fetb) forfeit, lose; (for 
anbre) spoil, mar; et -t Sib a life run to waste. 

SforfbiOe vt (fine ttott) spoil (one's hand); - 
fig blunder (at cards). 

PtOt[piUtt c leader of a band of music. 

^orfpittb'e vt spin, consume in spinning. 

^orroittbe vt rove, -wafline (roving-) billy. 
SrPrf|»inbittg o roving. 

torftPi'fe fig vr overeat one's self. 
orfpriag, <'()rPrf|»raitg n start, lead; ^obc . 
for have the start of; faa > for get the start of, 
steal a march upon; faa et barters . for en get 
the start of one by a quarter of an hour; be^lbf 
-et keep the lead. 

^rfyriiig'e fig w hurt one's self by a leap. 

^orfpnmg'e vt overstrain. 

i^prfpnrngt' a mil routed, scattered. 

^prfpcrnb fe Qrorfpanb. 

øorfbæitb'e vt overstretch, overstrain, -ing 
c overstretching, etc. 

^prf^flnib|itlg e putting-to. -t a put to; bet 
et - the horses are put to; en meb fite ^efle . 
6ogn a carriage and four. 

$prf|»ftr'riiig c lock-security. 

»0t\p9vq't ftg vr ask blundering questions. 

9orftaa' vt understand; -t ^e bet? do you 
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at . give to underaUnd; ^tah -x man oeb? what 
is meant by? boa i(!e foa at . at It does not 
on that acoonnt follow; efter alt ^twb man tan 
- to all seeming; — vr. bet -t fig I of course I 
bet -T fig af fifl felo that's a matter of course, 
that goes wishout (the) saying: -. flfl pM under- 
stand about, be a Judge of, have a knowledge 
of, be skilled in; . fia paa ^efie F he a Judge 
of horse-fleeh; labe ftg - meb hint, Intimate. 
-e(i| a intelljgible: gøre ftg . make one's self 
understood, -eliglpeb o intelligibility, -elfe c 
understanding, intelligence; tomme til . come 
to an underatanding; leoe i gob . meb live on 
good terms with; $an oat t » meb ^ienoen he 
Intrigued with the enemy. 

t«rfl««iic vt steel, -hig c steeling. 
ørUA^ c suburb. — ftdvfl«M| suburban. -Je» 
t^er e suburban, inhabitant of a suburb. 

^•rflOQ n ^ fore-stay, head stays, -fefl head 
•staysails. 

ftoTHciU' e understanding, intellect, sense; 
(Stening) meaning, sense; min • ftaar ftiOe I give 
it up; gob, funb . good sense, common sense; 
en 92anb af ~ a man of sense; gob til at faa . af 
foil of meaning; efter min ringe . in my 
humble opinion, gaa fra -en lose one's senses, 
wits, go out of one's mind, run mad; oære fra 
. be deranged; f egentlig . in the proper sense 
of the word; i en ml . in one sense; ^an ^blebe 
meb megen . he acted with great judgment; 
bet gaar o ber min . it is above my comprehen- 
sion, is beyond me; bet gaar ooer min . ^oorlebel it 
passes me to understand how; ^aoe . paa be a 
Judge of: tage 6Iabe paa fin ~ take leave of 
one's senses; bn taler f om bu ^r . til you 
sijesk. according to yotu* lights: elever fellow! 
a bright idea! bon er ilte oeb fin fulbe . he is 
not in his right senses, not of sound mind. 

^ørfUmkev c -t manager, director, super- 
intendent, -fle c -r directress, superior. -f(«k 
n direction, management; directors. 

^ørtmfbif a sensible, intelligent. -^ e 
sensibleness, good sense. — ^orflaabdl begret 
intellectual notion, idea, -enite intellectual 
fiaonl^, intellects. -meKticffe matter-of-fact per- 
son, unimaginative p., hard-headed man, 
woman, »mm^fi^ a rational. -f|»il intellectual 
game, «ønelfe mental exercise. 

ftørHang c ^ fore- topmast. 

»prfriraorbnfM ordinance relative to woods 
and foreste. •alffUmt, fe -betient. 

ftørftctielfe c prefix. 

Mrfr«»« e bow, fore end, prow. 

9pril|befieiU forester, forest-offioer, ranger. 
•HiRe zo prionidæ. 

tørfteae vt over-roast. 
ørfrielcii c student of an academy for 
fbrestry. -ewicbe office of a ranger (of a royal 
forest). 

^grlllew'me wt mistune, (ogf. fig) put out of 
tune; benne (efterretning -te liete Selflaoet this in- 
telligence cast a gloom over the whole com- 
pany, -ftemning, fe -ftemt^b. -flentt a, mw out 
of tune: fiø bære . be low, out of tune, out of 
spirits, in low spirits, -ftcmtleb « low spirits, 
dejection of spirits. 

SrorflCMlc vt (f vi) petrify, turn to stone, fossi- 
lize; /ig 't (of 6tr«r) petrified, (om «nftuelfer o. I.) 
fossilized. -KClfe o fip fossilization. -ing c -er 
petrifaction, fossilization. -iitg9f«renbe a fossili- 
ferous. 

^^•rlHf'fe vt sting all over; — rr fig hide 
(away). 

9orfH11e (+ vt disguise) vr fig dissemble, 
feign, simulate, sham. -Ife c dissimulation, 
•Ifedt««^ dissimulation. 



dfarllHIliiig art limbers. .fHttiiigifadfe limber 
-box. 

S^ørfHir a feigned, sham, -t^beb o fe Ofor< 
elfe. 

ftorftiitg n running stitch. 

9orfl|ta»bibat graduate in forestry, -lo atorct 
the Office of Woods, -mavb forester, one versed 
in forest-matters, forest-engineer, -mefket ver- 
derer, inspector of woods and forests, -flole 
school of forestry. 

^orfloflfet a hardened, obdurate, callous. 
-elfe obduracy. 

PtOtftoipt e fi-ont post. 

9orfto^'^e vt choke up, obstruct, stuff; . 
Unoerlibet bind the bowels; oære -t be costive, 
bound, confined in one's body, -(fe c obstruc- 
tion, constipation, oostiveness. «t a fe oofr.; 
darned all over. 

^•rftraob commissioner in the office of 
woods. 

ftoefhroWme tt overstretch. 

$or|fivaiib c foreshore, sea -shore, beach. 
-fhrattbdejer lord el. proprietor of the shote. 
-fhrattbdret right to stranded goods. 

8rorfirr<rf'|fe vt (flrcetfe for meget) overstretch; 
(en fLtm ofo.) strain, sprain; (^enge) disburse, 
(en meb) advance (to one), help one out in. 
-lelfe, -viiig o strain, sprain, elongation; ad- 
vance. 

gorftfibiev jU preliminary studies. 

fforfliibtriyt term in woodcraft. 

^orftn'e vt strain, sprain. 

^onhi'e -r entry, (entrance-) hall, lobby, -b^ 
hall door. -fiiaCe house e(. chimney swallow, 
Hirundo rtutica. 

Øorfhmi'me vi (om $erfon) be mute, be struck 
dumb; (om £l)b) die out; bnnge til at . silence 

SrtrfhtmiP o close-reefed fore-topsail. 

Sfoefht'oje vt strain, sprain; 4» stow away, 
cover up. -xina o sprain. 

9orfl|btbeitf(tP science of forest matters, 
forestry, forest science. -Pttfen woods and 
forests, forest matters, woodcraft, forestry. 

*$orfti)a'ge vt render ugly. 

^orftliffe n ft-ont-piece; (paa ftanon) chase; 
(paa 9{aft) ^nt-fish, paunch, (paa @IagteI.) fore 
-quarters; theat first piece. 

^orflt|r'|rc vt (afbrbbe, ^inbre) disturb, inter- 
rupt, interfere with; (bringe i Uorben, foroirre) 
disorder, derange, discompose, ruffle, distract; 
^ et llnflog fhistate a plan; t (øbelorøge) demol- 
ish; ieg goober, jeg itfe -r I hope I don't in- 
trude; -nbe (Sfterretnmger cross-associations, -relfe 
c -r disturbance, interruption; disorder, derange- 
ment, distraction; bringe - i derange, throw 
into disorder, -ret c -e disturber, interrupter; 
deranger, -ret a conftised; (i ^ooebet) distracted, 
deranged, light-headed. 

^otfttttt'lt vt strengthen, fortify; (gore tal' 
rigere) reinforce; (Ubtrijl) give force to. -ttimg e 
-ex reinforcement; (bet at f.) strengthening; mil 
militia: gaa ober til -en joe (bo) Join the major- 
ity. -nmg9(«e binding-arch, -nmgdlap ^ band, 
-ningimanb militia man. 

^orftftbtt e ^ stem. — gr^tftftPiidlfob stem 
foot, -trær stem pieces (o, ft.). 

gorjUb n (Stræb.) edging. 

^orfltf'be vt (forflaa) bruise, batter; (forffbbe) 
cast off. disown; - fin ^uftru repudiate one's 
wife, -(fe c bruising etc.; repudiation. 

^orfl^r're vt enlarge; (ogfaa: forogc) magnify; 
-t muå augmented, -(fe c enlargement; unber 
ftært - under high magnifying powers. -Ifed» 
g(ad magnify ing- glass, magnifier, microscope. 

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shore (up), -ttiitg c steadying etc. -ttittø9l)pvtt 
4, outrigger, -ntitødfitrceber ^ pointer. 

^otfU'ttet a dusty, covered with dust. 

$orfu('tni a starved, fjamished, hungered, 
ravenous, sharp-set. 

-t-grorfu'vc vt embitter. 

^orfuar n defence; toge en i - undertake 
one's defence, stand up for one; labe fts til . 
prepare for defence; fig« til - for say in defence 
of; til fit - in el. for his defence; inbfltænfc fig 
til . stand on the defensive. 

^ørfua'rle vt defend; (retfsrbiggøre) Justify, 
(en TOening) advocate; jeg fan if!e ~ at I cannot 
in conscience, I am not justified in -ing; fan 
tfte -9 is unjustifiable; oi paatage oS tt!e at . 
(ogf.) we hold no brief for; - fin ^lab« stand 
one's ground, hold one's own. -ct c -t, -ttin'ht 
•r defender; (XalSmanb) advocate. -Hg a defen- 
sible, warrantable, justifiable; (orbentlig) credit- 
able, unexceptionable, f (antagelig) goodly; -t 
9(r6eibe warrantable el. creditable work; i . 
©tanb in proper condition; — adv properly, 
warrantably, unexceptionably. 

^orftiardlattftaltet measures of defence, -etme 
defensibillty, defensive power. -forbttHb defen- 
sive alliance, -gntnb defensive argument, •t^ttt 
defending army, -lantti defence, -fraft fe -eune. 
-friø defensive war. -Httie line of defence. »US 
a defencele.ss. -Uftljebcdefencelessness. -ntibbet 
means of defence, -plan plan of defence, -ret 
right of self-preservation, -fivift apology, -ftatib 
state of defence; fætte t - put into as. of d. 
-ftiflittø posture of defence, -tait apologetical 
discourse, -titabett defensive weapon, weapon 
of defence, -tiif adv in defence; gaa . til ^cttU 
act on the defensive, -tiærfet pl defences. 

$orftieb'be vt ^ shore off. 

^orfuebt' a perspiring all over. 

^orftien fie vt Swedishize. 

grorftitnb'le «• disappear, be lost to sight, 
(plubfelig) vanish; forfbinb ! make yourself scarce ! 
-en^ -»--elfe c disappearance, -ettbe a vanishing; 
fiff infinitesimal, evanescent, minimal, -inøl» 
puntt vanishing-point. 

^ørftii'ret o knocked up by revelry, dissipated, 
debauched. 

Øovfticer'øe vt forswear; jeg bilbe ^abe fotfooret, 
ot bet bar ^am I could have sworn it w^as not 
he; man flat ingenting . let us swear no oaths 
about it; vr fig peijure et. forswear one's self, 
(tit 2)jæbclen, f c ^orfJribe). -Ife c (bet at forfb.) 
forswearing; (faip (£b) peijury. 

J^orftKerm c first swarm. 

$orft)ti M providence; et Providence. 

•8forfl>ii c bottom, foot-length, snood. 
Jrorfmtb'e fig vr sin, offend, -tfe c -t sin, 
onence. 

C^orftj'ttle vt supply, furnish, provide, (meb 
Sebnetdmibler) victual, provision, (beb S3orbet) help 
(meb to); forftjn S)em ! help yourself; bel -t (meb 
®arer) well assorted; -t meb (Xilbc^øt) fitted with; 
gobt -t meb ^ well found in; gobt -t meb JMæber 
well set up for el. with clothes: Del -t meb @toltbeb 
well equipped in pride, -eife, -Iwø c supply, 
provision, -tig a provident, prudent, cautious, 
careful. -Uølieb c (Omforg) providential care; 
(fiforflgtig^eb) circumspection. 

gørfQtidtro belief in Povidence. 

worfli're vt sour, make too acid. 

Jovfa'btlittg e saponification. 

Srørfæbe n -x front seat; presidency, chair- 
manship; ^abe ~ preside, take the chair; unber 
. af en 9tbbofat a barrister presiding, with a b. 
in the chair. 

torfftCae fig vr sell with loss. 
orf««r|e vt sink, (unber Sanb) submerge; 



tech counter-sink, -er c -t, -erbor counter-aink 
(drill), -ttitlø c sinking, submersion; counter 
-sinking; (^ul) counter-sink el. sunk, -ttiitgdbor 
fe -et. 

^orlffft n -ter (+p^*=) purpose; meb - on pm-- 
pose, purposely, of set purpose, -f æt'Iig a int«n- 
tional, wilftil, studied: jur prepense; meb - 
OnbjTab with malice prepense. -fcet'Iigleb c 
premeditation; deliberateness. 

^rørffftitittg -er gram & log antecedent. 

$prf«t'iii«g c ^ drift, deflection; («olet«) 
heading. 

Oforffttttinødteøti vl, mtu marks of transposi- 
tion. 

Oforf<etdb(ab n fly-leaf. 

ftorfat'te vt (fcette fejO misplace; (forflptte) 
remove; (om Strøm) drift, (om IBinb) blow off 
(her coursej; - ftobber (meb Jin) alloy copper 
with tin; . en gob fBin meb en ringere dilute good 
^vine with an Inferior sort; -« i fin fBælft be 
stunted In growth. -Ife c misplacing etc. 

Jorf letter c -e (3)rein.) rest; fflft - slide-rest. 

9orftf 'be v< make sweet, edulcorate, (ogfoayi^) 
sweeten. -Ife c sweetening. 

&orfø'ø n, pi ■=, trial, experiment (meb on, of), 
attempt (paa at), essay; bet er et - bærb the 
attempt is worth making, ^orf^ge vt try, essay, 
attempt; - paa, b. f.; - fig i try one's hand at. 

— ^ov\${ii\' trial-. -anftiOer, -(eber c experi- 
menter, experimentalist. -bt|r experimental 
animal, -mart experimental plot el. field. 
-rffffe series of experiments, -ftation experi- 
ment station, -bid adv experimentally, by way 
of experiment. Sforftgt a experienced. 

^ot\$itt'\t vt plate, silver rover), -et c -c 
silverer. -ning c plating. 

fjrørf^m'lme vt neglect, (unblabe) omit; - fig, 
* ben belejlige 3;ib let the opportunity pass el. 
slip; - en lime miss a lesson; benne fieerer -r ofte 
fine limer this teacher is very remiss in his 
attendance; ber et ingen Xtb at - there is no 
time to be lost; — vr fig miss the opportunity, 
•meliø a negligent, neglectful, remiss, -mefigbeb 
c neglectfulness, remissness, -melfe c neglect, 
negligence, omission, -t a neglected; inb^ente 
bet -te make up for the lost time. 

Srørftr'ge vt provide for, take care of, main- 
tain, support; faa en 35atter -t get a daughter 
off one's hands, settled (in life), well married. 
-Ife c provision, support, maintenance. — grør« 
f«rge(fed|attflalt charitable institution, asylum. 
-berettigelfe fe -ret -berettiaet a entitled to 
parish relief, settled, -forettlttg provident so- 
cirty. -forftaitber overseer, -bfem, -fomrnvfte, 
-fjcb pliKo of settlement, -ret settlement — 
gforførflcr c -e, -in 'be, -fie -r provider, supporter, 
mmiitainer, breadwinner. 

J^orfør'get a worn out el. bowed down with 
grief, 

f^ort n -er fo'rt. 

f^ort [*o] adv off, on, forward; (^urtig) fost, 
qi ire - continue; Ice« oiberc - go on; o(| 

fau ^.^v»v ^ and so on, and so forth. 

^ørtaa c fore-toe, toe antecdly directed. 

^ørta'jbe vt (tabe) lose; -e» bibl perish; — vr 
. fig i he lost in. -belig a losable. -beligleb 
amlssibility. -belfe c loss; ebig > perdition, 
damnation; jur unber fiibS og 9@reS . on pain 
of forfeiting life and reputation; bet er Stbl 

- it Is as much as your (my, his) life is 
worth, -bt' (part fe obfr.) o (^enfunfen) lost (in); 
(moblofi) disheartened, dejected; ^n et . he is 
lost; jeg gitter -I I give It up! be -e ^ar af 
dSraeld ^uS the lost sheep of the hoose of 
Israel. 

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■train one's self; (om @oiø o. I.) pass away, 
Tanish, wear off. 

fttrtal n first number of an «Urnbe^. 

fortale c -x prefiu». 

9otim'U vt fe 9aøta(e; — vr f tø fe SorfnaHe 
fig; man Ion fnoiere . enb foitie flø least said 
stfest, 1. s. soonest mended. -Iff c -x slip of 
the tongue. 

-^9*ir't«Ier c advocate. 

ftortoab e front tooth, fore tooth. 

ffortcab'tag c dove-tailing, scarfing. 

^tttma ((|0t)I.) large screw. 

9ortc r6] vi bet -r itte for ^m he makes slow 
pttwrees; — *rr fig (om Ur) gain. 

*99tU [6] fe gutte. 

ftirtc adv mu» fo'rte. 

^ortegH n, p/ a, miM sharp or flat, signatore; 
math sign. 

^•Hcg'tte o« fe Opteøne. -(f c c -r catalogue; 
Inventory, list; optaqt ^ ooer make an inven- 
tory of 

9«rtcp'ii|e vt draw incorrectly, -el a incor- 
rectly oiawn, out of drawing, -itig c -et in- 
correct drawing. 

Jorteg«ittg e -er drawing copy. 

%otU\pthai damper pedtd. 'pi'ano fe $iano* 
forte. 

ftørtttovg [*<)] progress, dispatch. 

^rtu time of yore, olden time(8), times 
past, the past; lebe i -en live in the past; ^anS 
. his past life. — $ortib9|IetiRittøev pl an- 
nuities. -nifMbe monument of antiquity. 

^rti'e vt conceal (for from), keep secret, 
suppress, be silent on; — i;r fe ^xtalt fig. -tfe 
e concealment, suppression. 

^rtifitaltio'n c fortifica'tlon. -tiondorieibet 
Ibrtiflcations. 

99Titt adv before, in front. 

-^rtilfffl^ n precedent. 

^•rtiu'lMe vt tin, (meb Xinamalgam) platinate. 
•«cr e -e tinner, -nfttg c tinning. 

^•^e'a|e vt (f. &i. $enge) earn, gain, make; 
(gsie ftg tMerbig til) deserve, merit; . mange 
fkiige make a good deal of money; nbber -t 
tigtelfe is deservedly esteemed; (fe -t). -efce c -r 
earnings, gain, profit; merit, desert; ^abe aob . 
of make a good deal by; ^ar ftote -x at has 
rendered great services to; bette bat ^ele mtn . 
that was all I made by it; bet er itte bin . it 
is not your merit; regne fig nt til .. make a 
merit of; be^nble en efter . (iron) give one his 
deeerts; beifom bet gil oS efter > if we had our 
just deserts; ooer . beyond his desert. — Øor- 
tiat$\fmU, -lig a desdving, meritorious. •»€' 
tolfe medal of merit, -orbm order of merit. 
^ntltnt a, en meget . 9Ranb a man of great 
merit: a»Te ftg - af deserve well of. 

j^Hioeitbe [*6] a progressive, continuous. 

wttmt [*6] vt accelerate; fe flforte vi. 

»9tt9H e grass-plot in front of a house. 

Mtl«rlc e fore thwart. 

9«rlplk'|e vt pay duty (for), pay the customs 
el. duties on. -ft c -e the party paying the 
duty. -€t a duty paid, -«lag e payment of 
duty; angibe til . enter at' the custom-house; 
Sngfoelfe til . duty entry. 

9»rtpa'jc vt interpret, expound, (ubtbbe) 
oonstnie. -ev c -e interpreter, expounder, -tting 
e -ei interpretation, exposition; construction; 
- of Stbden exegesis. -iiiiigdfit«ft science of 
interpretation, theol hermeueutics. 

9«tt«'|iic + vt slur; — or fig loom, appear, 
stand out; + die away. -»i«g c -er looming, 
appearance. 

tr*9\top c ^ fore-masthead; fore-rigging. 
-l»Hg*#(v pi fore-top men. 



gorlong. ^ørlPti n ^ fe gortroftfe. 

forlob n, pi =, footway, footpath, (flifebelogt) 
(foot-)pavement, running pavement, amr side 
-walk. — 9oti99i\fliitt fiagstones. -rel right to 
keep one's way on the pavement (having the 
roadway on the right hand. 

^ovtttiXA'ptt a trampled imder foot, down- 
trodden. 

torlron n fe ^rttop. 
onri« n. pT«, (gibet en) preflerenoe; (jjof 
rang) superiority, advantage, preeminence; (for- 
ret) privilege; («genftab) advantage, excellency, 
merit, -itg a superior, excellent, capital; — 
adv eminentlv, preeminently; capitally, excel- 
lently, -iigqek c preferableness, superiority, 
excellence. — 9orlttii#|rel right of preference, 
especially, above all others, emphatically, by 
way of eminence. 

^pr|lro' vt intrust, confide; fe Øetro. -ItPlig 
a, en ~ Webbelelfe a confidential communication; 
en . Sen an intimate el. fiimiliar friend; lomme 
paa en ~ 9oh meb become £Eimiliar with, on 
intimate terms with; gøre fig ~ meb make one's 
self fomlliar with, ftunilianze one's self with 
el. to. — c -e confidant; jeg gjorbe ^m til min -e 
I made him my confidant, took him into my 
confidence. -ItPUgbeb c confidence; familiarity, 
intimacy; ^e . HI have confidence in; i . in 
confidence, confidentially. 

+dfpvlrpn'c vt fe 5or^!de. 

^prlfPP c -ber vanguard, van (of an army). 

^prtrpøfe e -r bow fast, head-fiut. 

^prlntf'feit a distorted, fe ^orttaffe. 

^PtlrQ'ble^ -trøb. -trubt vt rue, repent, regret, 
be sorrv for; . paa take ofi)ence at: - PM en 
anbenø mlU grudge one his good fortune, -ellg 
a offended {paa with), vexed, hurt, piqued; b«re 
. paa, ogf. sulk with one; tage . op take ill, in 
bad part; joe ^abbe melbt fig . was not forth- 
coming, was conspicuously absent. -neUglieb o 
resentment, -elfe o (%nger) regret, repentance; 
(aRidfomøjelfe) displeasure, resentment: uben . 
without offending, by your favour; af megen 
Zaie lommer . silence is gold. 

^otttttV n oppression. ^prltl|f'le vt (trt^TIe 
ftttxtt) press, crowd; (unbertHjWe) oppress, grind; 
(trtjHe fejl) misprint, -lelfe c oppression. -1 a 
oppressed; (i Sinbet) depressed, bowed-down; 
i -he ftaac in straitened circumstances. 

SrPVlrl|fl'e vt charm, enchant, fascinate. -Ifc 
c -r charm, enchantment, fiiscination; bæbe -n 
disenchant one. -it^e a charming, enchanting; 
etc. -1 a charmed, enchanted, etc, 

grPVltir'b harm, mischief, hurt; trouble, 
annoyance, vexation; gøre ~ do harm; bolbe • 
annoy, cause annoyance. 

%ottta'U vt tread down; . goben sprain one's 
foot. 

^prl?ft'b|elig a (tilmobe) cross, out of humour; 
(ube^age(ig) troublesome, vexatious, -eliglieb e 
ill -humour; pi -er vexation, trouble, annoyance. 

c vt hurt, annoy, injure, vex, interfere with. 

"Prlrie'bttittg c spraining. 
øxtta'té vp become wooden, lignify. 
'prlvttff'eUg a excellent. -||ek c excellence. 
>orlramiittg o affair of advanced guards, 
•prlræl n ntst move. 
ottxttftt c series of forts. 
orlrftt'lfe vi (bribe ober) pass over; (brage 
bort) depart; l^an maatte . he was obliged to 
withdraw, to take himself off; — vt distort, 
twist - Ønfigtet make a wry face; uben at . 
en 9Rine without wincing, without moving a 
muscle of his fSetoe. — vr fig (i »r«tfb.) make 
a wrong move; (om «nfigt) be distorted, -nliig 
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gføvtnefdøorbiit n short bedroom curtain, 
straight curtain. 

gfortrinip'e tft (briof ub) expel, dislodge, dis- 
place, (og uibtage $Iabffn) supplant, supersede. 

+Srortr«'bni a unwilling, loath. 

99ttt9ft'\t vr fig trast, put oonfldenoe (paa, 
til in), -tiinø e confidence, trust, reliance (in). 
•ningdfvU a confident. 

^øvtfotte vt continue, prosecute, cany on, 
proceed with, (^bor «t anben fUM))*take up; . 
fin aUfifc proceed on one's journey; (tlrtitlen) 
-e to be continued. -Ife c continuation, prose- 
cution, pursuance; «t . af (f . dt^. en anben 9ionion) 
a sequel to. «r e -e continuator. 

*9førtnll'ef a bewildered. 

^øttum'itt a oonAised, perplexed; (er af @tøi 
el. Glag) stunned; bære . i ^obebet (fotoirtet) be 
out of one's mind, wits, (raoboilb) not know 
which way to turn, what to do. 

^9ttu'na Fo'rtune; iJrni « Dame .. -'tit9^«nø 
Fortunatus's purse. 

*%9ttntnn [t.] e leader (of gymnastics). 

^ortnio'lle tn despair (om oO; til at . enough 
to drive one to despair, -et a desperate; (af 
€org) broken-hearted, disconsolate, in despair; 
(obfutb) preposterous; — tidv desperately, heart- 
brokenly, -elfc despair, desperation; -ni 9Rob 
the courage of despedr; bringe til • drive to 
despair, -i^clfedfvlb a despairing. -cIf»9fIHø ti 
cry of despair. 

*99tttat ado incessantly. 



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'Ortt^a'ae vt spoil by chewing. 

ort)9r|le vt thicken, inspissate; ~ -t- or | 



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thicken, -telfc e thickening, inspissation. 
e fe Zbfning. 

Srortt^itb'le vt dilute, thin; (tømr.) diminish, 
beard; . Sutten rarefy the air. -clfe c dilution, 
attenuation, rareikction. -et a dilute, diluted. 
-isiø o ^ scrape-strakei) p/. 

90ttti\t'\t vt (gøre ttfft) germanize; (ooecfcette) 
translate into German, •ntnø o germanization; 
translation. 

-t^ortud'fc vt hush up. 

fottaU't fig or miscount, misreckon. 
ortdtO'c vt tell, relate, narrate, recount; 
. igen repeat; fort at . to shorten matters; ^n 
-r gobt he tells a story well; Rimtene . <0ubd 
tStt declare the glory of God; -en be @til nar- 
rative style. -Hmoobe« the indicative (mood), 
-r c -e teller, narrator, relater. ^wtaUtV' 
b)|0tifl|eb power of narrative, ^rtdtllinø o 
•er tale, narrative, narration, relation. 

ffOttæni't vt (en i) blame one. find foult with 
one (for), ^^ørtonirt a puzzled. 

tøx'tiéppt e curtain, act drop. 
orttt'r|e vt (øbelogge; forbruge) consume; (op' 
ftbe) devour; -ft (om ^etal o. 1.) waste, be eaten 
away, -clfc e consumption, -inø e consump- 
tion; expenses; betale . og Sogift pay board and 
lodging. 

Prøxim'fttt a hackneved, trite, well-worn. 

ffortitr|tii«0 condensation; solidification. 
•ntn^iappatat condensing apparatus. •ninø9> 
^«nd^e pneumatic condenser, -tiinødtiatib waste 
water, -te vt condense, -ter e (Smp.) condenser; 
g^affine mrb . condensing engine. 

Jort^l n breast-strap. 

9ort^'|e vt ^ moor; (Oaab) make fifist; . 
pacmtt remoor. -tiinø c -er mooring. — ^9t» 
tøi«{tiø8|oføift moorage, -flob», -ittbretvinøer 
moorings, -tarttinø moormg chain (o. fi.). 
-Ittitø9pe«øe moorage. -^Ub9 moorage, -^ort 
bridle-port, -tob Cut. 

9rort«mme o -r (p. 6nøre) bottom, foot-length, 
mood. (p. Aarpuntine) fore-ganger, (tit ^ortøin.) 
mooring-bridle, collar, casting-line. 



^orUw'Jre vt ^ repair (extensively), -rimø s 
•et (extensive) repairs; Unberlag sleepers. 

^9tt0t'u\t vt oflTend, provoke, anger, exaspe- 
rate; -H, blioe -t be offended, take offence (put 
with, ober at). -H-eliø a provokable. -clje 
e resentment, displeasure, -et a exasperatel, 
irate. 

gførttr're o* dry up, parch. -Ife c drying ex. 

-^^f9ti$'9t fe løbe. 

^or'vb odv in advance, ahead, before, before- 
hand; (i ©fib) forward; - for ahead of; (m 
fttonont.) fast of; en Sejler .! a sail aheai! 
legatten er . for oé the frigate is ahead of us; 
gaa, rejfe . go (on) before; betale . pay in ad- 
vance; gioe en nt - give one odds; foa I« 
$oint . receive 100 points start; . for ftn Th 
in advance of one's age; font tigger . for anteria 
to; en Xing ^abbe ftan . for ntig one thing ha 
had before me; ^an ^ar bet ~ at ^an er ng he 
has the advantage of being rich; abbare ~ fore- 
warn, -oiielfc presentiment, -bereøne calculau 
beforehand, -bereøtiinø previous calculation. 
-bcfkenne foreordain, preordain, predetermine^ 
predestine, predestinate, -beftemmelfe foreo^ 
dainlng etc., predetermination, predestiiiatioc. 
-beHetnt a foreordained etc., predestinate! d), 
predeterminate. -befHIIc bespeak, secure, (n) 
pre-engage. -bcfHninø previous order. -ietoCc 
pay in advance, -bettlinø payment in advance, 
prepayment; mob . on pr. -betolt pre-paid, 
-betbbititiø fe ^rbetijbning. -botete of antedate. 

gfotit'beit acUf (ubbenbig) outside, without; prorp 
(uben) without; (beb 6iben af) besides, in addi- 
tion to, independent of; (eftet S^oegtelfe) but, save; 
bcere nt . do without st; . at besides that. 

Sf0t'«b I fottet a preconceived; . SRening pre- 
concelt, prejudice, -fortlynbe vt prophesy, -før« 
t9«belfe prophesying, prophecy, -føle anti- 
cipate, -føulfe presentiment, anticipation. 
-øooeitbe part foregoing, preceding, antecedent. 
-ø««øe« part former, previous, (bob) departed, 
•f-ørtoe fe foregribe. -Iiølb mu» suspension, syn- 
copation. -i«ltoøe (for el. imob) prepossess, 
prejudice (in favour of, against), -løøe vt pro- 
mise beforehand. -«9be antidpate. -HOiitaoc 
anticipate, -fot at provided el. supposing (that), 
if, if so be(that). -fe foresee, -fe'eltø a that may 
be foreseen, -fee« e foresight, -feembe a fore- 
sighted, provident, -fembeb o foresight, -fenbc 
fe flitte. -fløe vt foretell, predict, prognosticate, 
-fiaelfe, Jiøe«^ c prediction, -fliffe send on 
before; Ao premise; . ben Qemcerfning, ot pre- 
mise that. -f9n foresight, -fdrtnina e suppo- 
sition, assumption, presupposition, hypothesis, 
theory; (fom trsbeft) qualification, -fdttnino^uf 
a unbiassed, unprepossessed. -f<rt«tnøéøii adv 
hypothetically. -fdttte suppose, presuppooe, 
assume, (meb 9løbo.) postulate; bette -r this 
implies; jeg -r (fom gioet) I take it for granted. 
-tilbtttelfe pre-exlstence. -t^bibe foreknow, -ni« 
beitbe a prescient, -bibe«^ -bibenleb c prescience, 
foreknowledge. 

9ot«Iei'Ugc vt trouble, incommode, incon- 
venience. 

^ømleoi'pe ot annoy, molest. -Ife annoying. 

Sfømllit'Jfe ot, -cd vd fail, miscarry; értbet 
-beft the ship was lost, wrecked, -et a (miSIbtlet) 
unsuccessful; (omfommet) perished; (mora(fl) gone 
to wreck, decayed; ^n er • poa Sejen he perished 
on the way. 

^mn forum, pi forums & fora. 

^ørmn'be vt grant, vouchsafe. 

9øntti'berUø a wonderful, marvellons, strange, 
surprising; (unberlia) singular, odd; — ado 
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.|ck c mairelloiuness, Btrangeness. qualntnees; 
sinjirulAiity. oddity. 

Sør'mnberf«øelfc c preliminary inquiry. 
omn'lbre vt surprise: ^t -r mig at I am 
Eorprised that; — vr \iq (otitr) wonder, marvel, 
be surpriaed (at), -bring c wonder, surprise; 
falbe i . be struck with surprise. — ^orvn* 
bTist#(f«lb a filled with wonder, -teø« sign 
of Eurprise. -ttbbmb exclamation of surprise. 
•f-H^rbig a remarkable, surprising. 

gømre'lne, -ti'fe vt foul, pollute, oonUminate. 
If- -tifelfe, -ndninø o pollution, contamina- 
tion. 

^9tnttt'tt vt wrong, Injure, aggrieve, pre- 
judice. -Ife c -X wrong, ii^jury, grievance, -r 
e injurer. 

fi^mvtlige vt make uneasy, disquiet, alarm; 
• Brienbm harass the enemy. -Ife e disquiet, 
uneasiness; harassing, -itbe a alarming. 

ftonpoa'gct a exhausted with watching. 

t^ørvalfje vt administer, manage, -ev o -e 
steward» manager, agent; ^ paymaster (and 
purser); bibi ben utio . the uiijust steward. 
•si«9 e administration, management, steward- 
ship, •ntagdomtølhtiiigar costs of administra- 
tion. 

99n§Mh'iU vt transform, change, convert, 
transmute, metamorphose, (til €!abe) reduce; 
•4 be transformed etc., change, -ting o -er 
transformation, transmutation, methamorphosis. 
•finjåf cme transformation-scene. 

•»^orbanbn -H«* [tj fe »fitegtet, 6I«gtftab. 

99VHM*\ftt Vt distort, disfigure, misrepresent; 
(bfttoft 9ob«) embezzle; . en f elM doctor, garble 
a text; Xrfdten n -t the text is cormpt. -ning 
c -er distortion, misrepresentation, perversion. 

*9«n»a'r n fe Srotbarinfl. 

9oma'r|e vt (pemme) lay by, keep safe; (bebare) 
preserve: — w fig mob beware of, guard against; 
qon ei ifTe oel -t his head is not quite sound. 
-hif c keeping, (safe-)custody, safe keeping, 
charge; preservation; Qioe en nt i . commit 
d. intrust to one's keeping etc.; babe i . have 
in charge, be in charge of; fætte i - take into 
custody, -er e -e custodian, -ingdfteb reposi- 
tory, place of custody. -t^Iig a cautious. 

^•ilNmnev o -e {^mp.) feed-heater. 

^mnrlfel n presage, omen, foreboding; pre- 
monitory symptom. -#Ie vt fe Sarile. 

^rneb adv before, in front. 

§9npc|m: i . (6teb og lib) before, (lib) be- 
fbreband, ^ttbligece) previously. 

^•meti'jle vt mistake (meb for), confound. 
-lUi§ e -er confounding; mistake of identity. 

^menb'e vt (forbreie) distort, wrest, pervert; 
fbetroet <Bob#) divert, (tilegne fig) embezzle: « 
Sletten pervert justice: > fit Vtæle disguise one's 
voice. -Ife e -t distorting etc., distortion, per- 
version. 9ønie«bt a (f. (K«. Sinb) perverse. 
^•nMnbtleb e perversity, perverseness. 

^•mai'tle vt expect, -nmg o -er expectation; 
fhmet - disappointment; bet footebe ilfe til mtn - 
it fell short of my expectations; imob « contrary 
to my (his etc.) expectation(s); ober . more 
(better etc.) than could be exspected; i . af 
awaiting. -nUigSfnIb a expectant, full of ex- 
pectation; en . ZatAfteh a hush of expectation. 

^omctbe» o -er former age(s), former world, 
antediluvian world. 

^•tlPit'lIe vt entangle, complicate. -ling o -er 
complication, intricacy. 

9r»niilbje vt (bttnae paa SilbfpoT) lead astray, 
mislead; (bringe i IBuberebe) bewilder, perplex; 
— tjp A r -* el. - fig lose one's way, stray, go 
astray, -fife c leading astray etc.: bewilder- 
ment, perplexity; tlngbomd -r aberrations of 



youth, -et part run astray etc.; (bteben trflb) run 
wild, unmanageable; feg er ganffe -t i ^obebet 
my head Is quite bewildered. 

S|on)<I'tret a wild, run wild. 

9or'b<n c fore-runnings. 

^orbinb'le vt recover, overcome; (Sorg) get 
the better of, live down; - et %ab recover a 
loss; . en Spgbom recover fh>m an illness, -»(ig 
a recoverable, retrievable, -elfe c recovery. 

^ominge c fore-wing, anterior wing, firont 
wing. 

-i-9rOtnintet early winter. 

^ornir'lre vt conflise. (bringe i Uorben) derange, 
(en epiOenbe) o. I.) put out. -relfe, -Hnge con- 
fusion, bewilderment; derangement; brinae . t 
nt throw st into oonfhsion. -ret a confosed, 
etc. 

^rni'fe vt banish, exile; . til (ogf. fig) rele- 
gate to. 

^ornlfl'c vt rub, fia obliterate, effiioe. 

•fgfømid'nellig a perishable, -fife o decay. 

^orbi'dntttg e -er banishment, exUe. -Iflcb 
esde, place of banishment. 

^omid'lning c -er assurance, ascertainment. 
•fe vt assure; . fig om assure one's self of, 
ascertain, make sure of; inere -t (om) be sure 
^of); ^ tan bære -t om at you may rest assured 
that. 

^orolfl', for nifk adv for certain, for a cer- 
tainty. 

%9ni'\ttt vi weather, decay, be dednte- 
grated (by the operation of the atmosphere). 
-tring c disintegration. 

gørboon o the fore part of the vehicle. 

9orbocd n bee-glue, propolis. 

9orbotd'Je vi fe gorgro : ct -et 9atn a deformed 
child. -ettQtb, «ning c deformity. 

^molb'e vt occasion, cause, be the oocasion 
of; . en Ulejligbeb give one trouble. 

^orøor'pe« a depraved, reprobate. -|eb o 
depravity. 

9ørøø'øe« [aa] a adventurous, venturesome, 
daring, rash, audacious. -I^eb c rashness, temer- 
ity, daring, audacity. 

^ørbri'ble vt (ogf. fig) twist, (af fleb) dislocate; 
fig warp, pervert, -iting o twisting etc.; disloca- 
tion, luxation. 

^orbrang'le vt distort, twist, -er c -e dis- 
torter, -ning c distortion. 

^orbrMl'e vt throw into a hopeless Jumble, 
make an absurd mess of; — vr fig blunder, 
make a mess of it. , 

'^Qførødtll'e vt parboil. 

^orbttN'Ine vt spoil (by Indulgence), coddle, 
-«elfe o spoiling, -t (forfælet, om Søm) spoiled; 
(9U)petit, emaa) pampered, dainty; (om ^elbtebenj 
effeminate, ^ørbimtlieb o pampered taste; ef- 
feminacy. 

gorbdtrelfe n anteroom. 

ftorodcrf n outwork. 

ftorbirrt fe ^oerværf. 

9oroarr'ire vt make worse, deteriorate, (en 
Sag) aggravate, med exacerbate, -red fp grow 
worse, deteriorate, worsen, -relfe, -ring c (bet^ 
at f orbærre) making worse etc. ; (Xilfionb) deteriora- 
tion, worsening; exacerbation. 

9for)|Ng'e vt make young, rejuvenate, renew. 
-9 vp grow young again. -Ife c renewal of 
youth, rejuvenescence. 

gørsinf'le vt zink. -ning c zink ing. 

Ifrorir'lbe fig vr overeat el. gorge one's self. 

^orie'blle vt refine, improve, ennoble, elevate, 
(om 9iace o. I.) improve. -ling e refinement, im- 
provement. 

gfororbt' a over-fed, over-gorged, pampered, 
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^ørielb'led vd become antiquated, obsolete, 
-elfe c obsolescence, obsoleteness; jw extinction, 
•et a antiquated, obsolete, out of date; cont 
(!Q8fetet) exploded; jur lost by prescription, 
extinguished, ^orftlbetlieb c obsoleteness. 

^oriel'bre pi parents. -Ud a orphan; et -t 
83am an orphan. 

^orie're vt en nt make one a present of, 
present one with st. 

torfttø'rft a worried, fretftil. 
ortt'ring c -er present, gift; faa til - get 
as a present; gøre en en . meb make oqe a pre- 
sent of. 

Sfortf'ble vt (i 9(Iin.) waste, (fun om $enøe o. I.) 
dissipate, squander, consume, -elfe c wasting, 
dissipation, consumption, -er c -e waster, squan- 
derer, spendthrift, -nittg c fe -elfe. 

Øoy«'øe vt increase, augment, add to; -» in- 
crease; -t 3niereSfe additional interest; -t UbgaM 
enlarged edition. -Ife c -r increase, augmenta- 
tion. 

gor^nft'et a wlshed-for, desired. 

$or<'tic vt commit, perpetrate. -Ife c com- 
mission, perpetration. 

Jor'tfOelfe c preliminary exercise. 
ror^'rigt fe Øbtig. 
r09 c -er losing card. 
rO§' c -fet waterfall, cataract. 

|rOfe vi fe f^obfe. 

|odfo't n -er phos'phate. 

$oSfor c phosphorus; forbinbe meb . phos- 
phorate, -agtig a phosphor'ic. t-(r<ttt hydric 
phosphide, -bronse phosphor-bronze, -eøcere 
m phosphoresce', -forbittbelfc phosphide, -for» 
fiiftitiiig phosphorus-poisoning, -ilte, '^itft 
oxide of p. -fnr a phosphorated; . ttoXt, 92atron 
of», phosphate of lime, p. of soda el. calcic 

f>hosphate, sodic ph. (etc.); -t Salt phosphate; 
urt -t ©alt superphosphate. -fJ|te phosphoric 
acid. -f9reoitl|))brib phosphoric anhydride, -fttr« 
littø phosphorous acid, -oonbftof fe -brint, -kiiii* 
f«rt @alt phosphovinate. -oittf)9re phosphoTlnic 
acid. 

**^9i\loat vi boll violently, -fe vi stream in 
torrents, foam, boil. — ^odfelbttr roar el. hum 
of a cataract, -folb n waterfall. -sHm c nick, 
water-sprite, •-fott c fe SSanbfiæt. 

|^o8ii'( o fos'sil. — n -iet fossil. 

$oft|brobey [*6] fe «Joftet»; sworn brother. -Iro» 
berUg, -broberffob, -br«brclog n sworn brother- 
hood. 

Qfofier [*6] n -ftre fetus; (umobent) embryo; ^i^ 
production; et ~ af ^anS 3nb6i(bningSIraft a phan- 
tom of his imagination; *paa >, fe: i ^leje. -bont 
foster-child, -brober foster-brother, -batter foster 
-daughter, -faber foster-father, -forbribelfe feti- 
cide, criminal abortion, aborticide, -forbribeitbe 
a abortive, -forftlbre foster-parents, -f^bettbe 
a viviparous. -øe««e fe -leje. -Ijinbe anot. 
(9(ate^tnben) chorion; (Samme^inben) amnion. 
-iorb native soil, n. land, -(onb native land, 
n. country, -fanbfl a native. -leje uterus, 
womb, -lib life of the fetus, -lore embryo- 
logy. -Utt pay for an infSmt put (out) to nurse. 
-«ober foster-mother, -«orb fe -forbribelfe -)ietiøe 
fe -Ion. -ftiaing presentation, -fo^b fe -^inbe. 
-fm foster-son. -f«fter foster-sister, -tilftonb 
embryo(nic) state, -battb amniotic fluid, liquor 
of the amnios. Sfofftre fe Opfoftre; breed. 

^otoøra'f c -er photog'rapher, photog'raphist. 
-e're vt phot'ograph. -T' c ub. p« photog'raphy; 
n -et phot'ograph, F photo, (i Btfitfortf.) carte; 
(i «Prof« meb ftætlt inbfaCbenbe ©elDSning) a Rem- 
brandt. -C'SKbitm piiotograph-book. -iff a 
pbotograph'ic. 

Sfotolørobtt'ye c photo-engraving, -litoørofi' 



photolitog'raphy. -ffie'ye phot'osphere. -tlpbi' 
c phot'otype. 

^itro'øe e for'age. -'re vi forage, -'risg t 
foraging, -'ritiød* foraging. 

Sfonre'r c -et (^of-) harbinger; (Unbeioff.) quar- 
termaster. 

Jonntere vt Aimlsh. 

^ot^e'r e (SfuefbiQeme«) greenroom; (^ublitumS) 
refreshment-room, foyer, lobby, saloon. 

$ra prcep fh>m; . oben fh>m above, fjrom on 
high; . neben ttom beneath; ban et .. fteben^tm 
he is fsom Copenhagen, a native of C; . Zib 
til anben trom time to time; - i 2)ag of fh3m this 
day; . ben Xib of since (that); - nu af hence- 
forth; ^øifl 12 Qlen fta Sinbuet within 8 yaids 
of the window; . min Ungbom af from my youth 
up; bcete - fig fclb be beside one's self. - W' 
anben asunder, in two; ftiOei • ^inanben sepa- 
rate, part; — adv\ . og til to and ft-o; bet gfi 
^oetren . eQet til that is neither here nor there; 
trætte fto deduct (i from el. of); — conj. - ieg 
bar 4 9Utt gammel since I was four years old; 
- ieg oat ®atn from a child. 

gfroobe c (t Stoob n) froth, foam; -n flob ^n 
om SRunben he foamed at the mouth; — tt 
ftoth, foam. 

traob^e« c calcareous tufif. 
raafe vi gormandize, gorge one's self; fig 
> i revel in. -re -e gormandizer, glutton, bnge 
feeder, -ri' n gormandizing, gluttony etc. 

^rabebe flø vr (forbljbe) deprecate, prohibit; 
(aftlaa) decline; maa jeg . mig bet en anben 9ang 
take care not to do that again; maa )eg . mig 
bine Uforffammetbebet a truce with your inso- 
lence 

^rabo'rbe, fta «orbe, fe Ootb. 

-H^rrabrifbe vt break off. 

$ra 'brief tet jxxrt broken off. 

9ro'bro0 n, vl ^, deduction, abatement; eftec 
. af Omtoftninget deducting expenses, grrabrtge 
vt deduct, abate, -elfe c deducting, deduction. 

(jfrab^tnme vt condemn one to lose el. forfeit; 
fiff fe f^rafenbe. -Ife c condemning etc. 

Sfralfalb n, pi =, falling off, defection, (fta 
9{eligion) apostasy; -i-= Øffalb. -falbe vt (oogtoe) 
give up, abandon; (træffe ^g tilbage fta) withdraw 
el. secede from, -folben a & c apostate, rene- 
gade, -fatbelfe e abandoning, giving up. 

^ttt'flii\tt vt leave, remove firom. -«itiø e 
removal. 

gfraøta vi (ftobtageS) be deducted; — vt (iffe 
bebgaa) disavow, recede ftom; (benægte) deny. 
•elfe c disavowal; (af fotegaaenbe Zilftaaelfe; de- 
nial (of a previous confession). ••e«be a (fto« 
ttæbenbe) retiring, ^raøanø c (||tabtag) deduc- 
tion; (gftattæben) retirement. 

+($fro'ønbe vi glide away fh>m. 

f^raøtneitt' n -et ftag'ment, scrap, -a'rifl a 
frag'mentary, scrappy. 

+8rf<i'0W« ^^ dig off- 

^raøLe -et freight, (tiOanb«) carriage; (Sabntng) 
cargo, freight; (for $aSfaget) fare, passage money; 
til ^øj . at a high rate of flight, -odfnroiice 
insurance of flight, -(e)baab lighter, barge. 
-beUb amount of flight, -beretnftiø treight 
•report, -betinøelfer terms of fireight. -ioø 
cargo-book, -breb (tiHanb«) bill of carrfage, amr 
way bill; ^ bill of lading, ^roøte vt freight, 
charter, '^roøtetnimb barge-man, master of a 
barge. ^raøtJ*forer d/ carrier, -fart carrying 
trade, -fart«] trading- vessel, -forbrinø claim 
for f. -f orliolbene the state of the fteight^max^et. 
-forl)<|e(fe increase of f.; rise of freights, 
-forretninøer freighting business, -forflfriitø fe 
-aSfutance. -fri a freight-free; (tiOanb«) carriage 
•free, -øobd goods (on freight); @tt)ffe . package. 



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•|««kel fe fort. -f ontraft ^ contract of afifreight- 
ment, charter-party. -f«{I carrier, waggoner. 
-tørfel carriage of goods by land. -(cbig a 
unengaged. -liflc list of freights. -US a 
freightlesB. -notib fe fuf!. -narfeb freight 
market, •««røler chartering broker. -Ning c 
freighting, chartering, -«ottringer quotations 
(of rates). -o^igaDev fteight-reports. -falbo 
balance of fteiight earned, -fatfer rates (of 
freight), -frit trader, merchant-man. -flntliittø 
chartering. -f«gciibe a seeking (freight), -oejc«: 
i - in the carrying trade. -OOøit (carrier's) 
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»raqmgge vt hew off, cut off. 

gwr c * & t c= SraHe. 

^tå'temht vt en nt pronounce one destitute 
of; man (on ifte . ^ant St^gtig^eb his ability is 
nnqneetionable, undlspuuble; fe ^robømme -If e 
c disputing. 

^raffe e -er (frock-) coat, -flftbt a dressed in 
a frock-coat, frock-coated, -frabe coat-collar 
(0. fl.). 'Opfitiq cuff. -fl0b(e) coatlap. -t«i 
cloth for a frock-coat, coating. 

^ta'tliplpt vt cut off, detach, -tiing e cutting 
off etc. -ningdbebid interest warrant. 

^vafowme vi be lost, Vogen ei ntig -n I have 
lost the book. 

ftraftio'n e -er ftac'tion; section. 

ftrafni'r e Gothic letter, black leUer; med 
(pT -er) fhujture. -feitg fracture bed. -ft«e 
surgical ward. 

•(-^«iltfte vt purchase from; ~ fig purchase 
freedom el. exemption (from). 

9r«Iavbd a : . @Iag sea-board; . @trstn offset; 
- ^^b land-breeze. 

I^Tafitgeiilbe a distant, remote. -Iieb c distance. 

»taivht vt trick (one) out of; . en en ^emme« 
ligbeb draw (out) a secret from one. 

9? Al^bbe vt unsolder. 

^raloRe vt en nt wheedle one out of st. 

-^SrV•()|lle vt en nt cheat one out of st (by 
lying). 

^r«I«gge fig vr disavow, disclaim, clear el. 
exculpate one's self (from). »Ife c disavowal 
etc., disclaimer. 

^muattt vt en nt dupe, gull el. trick one 
out of St. 

Jrancai'fe e -r quadrille. 

^nnieifl'a Fran'oes, Fanny. 

9r«Beiffa']iet c -e Fiancis'can (monk). -flofteT 
convent of Franciscans. -m«tit fe Sftandftaner. 
-Mtmie F. nun. -orbeneit the order of St. Francis. 

%umi a : . og fri (quite) independent, free and 
onrestrained. 

ftrsnl e p/ ss, franc. 

^ranfieii n Frankonia. -er e, pi =, Frank. 

^rmfelre vt frank, pre-pay. -ring c prepav- 
ment (of postage), -rtng^frtfyeb c payment in 
advance optional. 

ftrtiitfttrt om iRatn n Frankfort on the Main. 
-enort German black. 

wttntifl a Franconian, Frankish. 

itøMtw adv (om lOretie) (post)paid, prepaid; 
(on Matter) carriage-paid, -tbang payment in 
advance compulsory. 

9nrafrig n France. 

9r«iid fe Stants. 

9ranff a French; paa . in French; oberfætte 
boa . translate into French; . ^rænbebin, Øulb^ 
fe nbfr.; . Uant (Zrslafi) balk; . iiaa% French 
lock, -btger baker of wheaten bread, -bittb 
calf-binding. ^lot - half-binding; inbbunbet i - 
bound in calf, (^elt) . whole-bound, -btietibcbitt 
(French) brandy. -bt#b French roll, -eng'elff a 
Franco-English. +H» vd speak French, -gnlb 



similor; (®Iabg.) bindhig-gold. -monb French- 
man; -mcenbene the French, -maiibiti'be French- 
woman. -t))fl' a Franco-Germcn. -finbet^ -benUg 

ro-French. -bin French wine. 

rantd Francis, Frank. 

•ranfto'fer pi syphilis, the pox. 

•ran^be vt extort from, wring from. 

robille vt pluck off, pick off. 

>rabblttnt' a striking, -e're vt strike. 
jta pvti\\t vt press from, express, -ning e 
expression. 

^raraabe oe en nt dissuade one from st. -Ife 
c dissuasion. 

trarane vt en nt rob e(. despoil one of st. 
rarcgne vt deduct, abate, -t without taking 
into account ei. consideration, excluding, apart 
from. -Ife c -r deduction. 

^rarenflc vt clear from, clear away, -ning c 
clearing etc. 

groribe vt tear el. wring from. 

t|rarøntme vt run away from. 

|fror«be fe ^tarane. 

Orafagn n legend. 

-i-J^rafe vt set aside, disregard. 

♦$rafe vi crackle, sputter. 

^rafe c -r empty phrase, set phrase, fine 
phrase; -r cant, words of course p^. -ogtig a hol- 
low, mouthy. *-flom torrent of empty phrases, 
-fnlb a ranting, frothy. -Iielt, -moger phrase- 
monger, ranter, maker of fine phrases, would 
•be fine speaker, -mageri' n rant, -otogi' e 
phraseol'ogy. -rig, -ftoett a fe -fulb. 

grafebareret a divorced. 

grafe're vt mark the phrases of. 

gratie vt strain off. 

-•-Sfrafige vt en nt deny st to one. 

Ørafige fig vr renounce, relinquish, resign. 
•Ife c renunciation, resignation, relinquishment. 

grafiate vt sia off. 

9ro'fflft|e vt divide et. partition off; change 
(one's situation); en -t Xieneflepige a servant who 
has changed her situation, -ning o partitioning 
off, separation. 

^ra'ffiljle vt separate, part; -t (om %(SgtefoIf) 
divorced. -lelig a separable. -Iclfe c separa- 
tion, divorce. 

gfrofhribe vt fe gtatenbe; — ©r f ig sign away, 
renounce. -Ife c renunciation. 

t^rajlrdttte vt fe «ff!ræl!e. 

ftra'flblle vt wash away. 

gro'flftrc vt cut away. 

^ro'fftfbe vt, jur convey et. transfer fh)m; -- 
vr fig make over, convey (real property by 
legal deed). 

^ra'flaa vt ^ unbend (sails), unlash (a block), 
knock off (a plank). 

^-ra'flibe vt tear away. 
ro'fnaffe vt en nt talk one out of st. 
ra'fno^b^ ^^ ^ nt snatch st away from. 
ra'fnige vt en nt trick one out of st. 
rrafortcre vt sort off. 

_-ra'fb«nb|e vt (^efl) unharness, (fta «oget) 
unyoke; (S^ogn) unhorse, -ing c unharnessing 
etc. 

+?vrn ftart ?' resign, renounce, relinquish. 

Ørn ftniib r (listance; i « at a distance. 

girt ftitfcé rj} ^ be slipped. 

grn niiTtr r f en nt steal st from one. 

+r ^ ! ing c outflow. 

9— iw-i» i'i repel, repulse, -enbe a (ogf. nunn) 
repellent, Jiff repulsive, -ning c repulsion; (af 
S9aab^ shoving off. 

"■- niftrfle fifi vr deny on oath. -Ife c deny- 

i^raffrfnino c ^ disconnecting (of a paddle 
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gftiHage t^ en nt take st away from one, 
deprive one of st. -Ife c deprivation. 

^yoteniife're vi frat'emize. 

»ta'itttht vt retire from, withdraw from, leave, 
reUnquish, resign. -Ife e retirement, withdraw- 
ment, resignment. 

Pfta'Uttf\tt vt deduct, -iting e deduction. 

^ro'tydntge vt force away. 

9ro't)»itiøe vt en nt extort el. force at from 
one. 

tyatftOe vt count off. 
ronttlioferfl a; be -e fiiniet the Fraunhofer 
lines. 

%taiftn^t vt (bortt)enbe) avert, turn away; . en 
nt defraud one of st. 

gfrakPige it depart, deviate trom-, (Zjenejle) run 
away from, abandon. -Ife e departure, devia- 
tion; abandonment. 

ftyotiinbe ot en nt win, gain st from one. 

9ra'tirifte vt en nt wrest, wring st from one. 
•Ife c wresting etc. 

ftrooontne vt disuse, disaccustom; (IBani) wean, 
ablactate. -Ife e disusage; weaning, ablactation. 

9xatKtt\ti\9 c (* ogf. Sfroodtr n) absence; (Ube* 
bltMlfe) non-attendance; gtimre beb fin . be con- 
spicuous by one's absence, be conspicuously 
absent, -enbe a absent; be - the absent, those 
absent; en . (font itte butbe txece bet) an absentee; 
be • ftat)t altib Uret the absent are always at 
fiftult. 

^xth c peace; en -mi ![Ranb a man of pecu^; 
bet et . imellem bem they are at peac