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Lap, s. the loose part of a gur- Lengh, s the extent of any .

mezi,
Lap, v. 2. to lick up

Lent, s tre time of fasting
Lal, so the grease of a swine, Let, v a to suffer,

Vo ?, to sufi with bacon, Lick, v a to lap with the tongue,
Large, al. buiky,

Lick, s. a blow,
Lash, s. a stroke ofa whip, Lid, s. à cover,
Lash, v. me to beat,

Liege, s. a sovereign lord,
Laich, s. the catch of a door, Life, s. the union of scul and
Latch, V. io to thsten,

hoch,
Lat, 3. loudelave

Lift, v. a. to raise,s. art of rais-
Lare, ad. aiter a long time, ing
Latl, S. a small piece of wood Light. S. the quality of transpare.
S
10 support the tiles of a

ent medium by which we see house.

Like, a. resembling,
Lathe, s the tool of a turner, Like, s. a person resembling an-
Lave, v a to wash y n to bathre,

ochor,
Lauch, s. a convulsion caused Like, v. ii. to be pleased with,

by inerriinent, v a to dende, Lim, s. viscous substance, Launci, v nto iorce into the Line, s. a slender string,

Seat, v a to put to sea, Lie, v. a. to cover on the inside Lw, s a decree;

Linki,s a single ring of a chain, Lawns apce of land, fine li- Lisk, vi a to complicate, nn,

Lip, s. the outer part of the Lav, ü locso

mouth, Lar, r a to piace,

Lisp, v. n. to speak by striking Lav, v n to bring eggs,

the tongue to the tecth or Lav, s á song, ú, not clerica)

painte,
Lead. s metal,

List, V. a. to enlist,
Lead, v a to guide by the hand, Lo, interject. behold
Lead, yn to go first,

Londl, s. a burden,
Lean, a not fat,

Load, v. a. to burden,
Lean, s flesh ununctious, Loui, s. bread,
Lan, v n to jure,

Louhe, v. a. to heat,
Leap, s a jump,

Lock, s. a lake,
Learn, v a to gain knowledge, Lock, v. 1. to unite,
Leasc, sa coztract,

Lodg, v. a. to place, v. n. to
Lease, v n to glean,

reside, Leave, s a to quit, v n to leave Log, s. a piece of wood a man

'chine by which the pros Lee, s dregs,

gress of a slip is count Lerchy s a physician, a blood sucker,

Loin, s. the back of an animal Lacau, v a io give the use of any carved out by the buicher,

thing, in a while, Long a. not short,

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Long, ad. to a great distance, np, s. the itch of horses, Lgs. a mai cards, Niarch, 6, the third month, Loos. n. co behoic, Marei, v. n. to nove in inilia a sorry toit,

taiy order, s. movement, Lea, för 1 buitor,

Pir, v. a. toʻspoil, 100:-,**nut,

Ib, 5. å silmF2.
i n. 10 Cut i branches, Mari, s. a kind of clay,
Lerns *. 11. to rule disposin aily Mars, s. one of the pi.inets,
LOS,

Marsh, s. a bog,
Love, Cipeundry

Vasil, . the space between the El Pion between

threads of a net, v. yes,

Dix Louge,

Mask,s.

S. a cover, v', io disguise

si the team to which the

sails are fixed, the fruit of LOW, 7. des

the oak and bech, Lek, s. chat

Match, s. one equal to another, Lu, v. b. to che i the to, v. a. to make equal,

Mate, s. husband or wile,
Ly,Vi årta pul', s. nur, Maul, v. öi to bai,
L, Vi toepose ir sieep, Daw, s. the stomach,
Ln, s. d small mass of mater May, so the fifth month,
Lun, S. a large piece of any Niaze, v. a. to confuse,
thands to an

Meau, s. a driiik made of water Lura, i to pilfer,

and honey, LT, V. it to attract,

MENI, S. repast, Lust, s, carnal desire, v. n. to Meet, v. n. to come together, desire eagerly,

Melt, v. a to dissolsc, LIK, s. instrument of musick, 'Niend, v, a to repair, v. n. to Linph, S. water,

grow better; Lynx, s. spotted animal, Mere, s. this only, Lyre, s. a harp,

Merge, v. 1; to sink into,
M.

Mew, v. a to shut up, to cry as Mace, s. an ensign, spice,

a cat,
Nod, a. disordered in mind, Mien, s. air, look,
Tiaid, s. a virgin,

Might, s. power,
Mail, s. armour, post-bag, Milt, S, the sperm of a fish,
Maim, v. a. to cripple, Mime, si a buffoon,
Niain, a. principal,

Mine, pron. belonging to me, Maze, s. Indian carn,

Mint, 5. the place where money Make, v. a. to create,

is coined, a plant, Male, s. the he of any species, Minx, s. a goonz pert girl, Mali, vi a. to beat with a ham- Miss's. a title of honor to

mer, Mall, s. a kind of hammer, Moan, v, # to grien

young girl

Ode. s. a poem

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Mopc, v. n. to be stupid,

O.
More, a. in greater number Oaf, s. an idiot
More, ad. to a greater degree Ok, s. a tree
Morn, s. the first part of the day Oath, s. an attestation
Mosque, s. a mahometan temple Oats, s. a grain
Mess, s. a piant

Oxid, a. not even, particnlar
Mould, s. soil

Odlus, s. inequality
Noult, v n. to lose feathers
Nourn, v .nio grieve

On, ad. signifying absence
Much, ad.

in a great degree Oil, s. unctuous matter,
Mug, s. a cup to drink oui of On, prep. signifying by or upon
Mumps, s. a disease

Once, ad, one tiine
Iluse, s one of the nije rod- Orb, s. sphere
i deses who presiile over Ounce, s. a name of weight:
the liberal arts

Cust, v 3. vacate
Mute, a, silent, s a letter without Cad. not within
sound

Cos', a. to be indebted.
My, pron. Lelonging to me Corv, a. to acknowledge
N.

O2, 3. a castrated bull
Nag, s. a small horse
Name, s. appellation

Dece, s. a step, v n. to more
Nape, S. the joint of the end slow.y
behind

Tack, s. a bundle, v a. to fit for
Nest, s. a clase habitativa

carri.ge
Nib, s. the point.osapen, F:6, s. one side of a leaf
Nice, a. accurate

int, s. colours
Nick, v a. to hit

Paint, 1. a. to celour
Nigh, ad. at no cent distance doll, s. a cloak
Node, s. a kot

Puin, s. a trce
Noon, s. the middle bomo Pan, s. a vessel
day

tang, s. part
Noose, s. a running lost Lant, v 19. to saipitate
Nor, conjunct. signit ja meie Beerse, v a. to resolve a sentence :
ther

Dirt, S. 2 portion
North, s. a point of the compass Part, ü. to divide
Noce, v a. to remark

185, V. ?. to go by
Nought, s. nothing

Ta, S. Reage
Noun, s. a name

Pine, s. cement
Now, ad, at this time

ph, s. a was, road
NL ya lo maki rod

Pinch, s. the belly
Nunili, d. torpid,

Lase, s. å stop
Nu, S. one wie Erings ur á V n. to wait

child, v a. toisid the sick 'art, s. the foot of a beast
Nymph,s a goddess

Putih, v a. to pledge
sig S, hire, v.a. to atone

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Post,

Peace, s. quiet

Poor, a. indigent Peach, s. a fruit

Porch, s. an entrance Peal, s. succession of sounds Port, s. a a harbour Pear, s. a fruit

Post, s. a hasty messenger Pearl, s. a gem

v n. to trave with speed Peck, s. the fourth part of a Pour, v a. to emit bushel

Price, s. value Perch, s. a measure, v 1. to șit Pride, s. insolence as a bird

Prine, i, principal Pest, s. a plague

Print, v a. to impress Pbiz, s. the face

Priz, s. reward, v a. to valuePick, v a. to cull

Probe, v a. to search Piece, s. apart

Frobe, s. a surgeon's instrument Pierce, v a. to penetrate Prone, a. bending down Pike, s. a fish, a lance

Proot, s. trial Pile, s. a heap

Prop, v a. to sustain Pile, v a. to heap up

Prost, s. opposed to verse Pimp, S. a pander

Proove, v a. to cvince Bine, s. a tree, v ni to languish Prune, v a. to lop Pink, s. a lover

Puff, s. a quick blast of wind Pipe, s. a tube

Puise, s. the motion of un irtePith, s. the marrow of a plant ry, v n. to beat as the pulsa Place, s. local relation, Punch, s. a pointed instruinent. Place, v a. to fix

Put, v a. to place
Plague, s. pestilence
Plain, a. smooth

Quack, s. a bostful pretender Plait, s. å fold

Quaint, a. nice, artiul Piade, s. a level surface Quake, v n. to shike Plank, s. a thick board

Qualm, s. a suddes fit Plant, s. vegetable production Queer, a, odd, strange Plat, v a. to weave

Quell, v a. to crush Play, v n. to sport

Quick, 2. swift Plea, s. an excuse

Quill, se a strong feather Plead, y il. to argue before a Quilt, s. a cover for a bed! judge.

Quit, v a. to forsake Please, v a. to delight

Quite, ad, completely Pledge, S. any thing in pawn

R. Pluck, v a. to pull

Race, s. a family Pluny, v a. to sound

Rack, s. the engine for torturo Plump, 2. fat

Raft, s. alioat of timber Poach, v a. boil slightly Rago, vnto be in tury. Point, s. sharp end

Rail, v a. to encios, Poize, s. weight

Rail, v n. to us. insolent lane Pond, s. a small pool of water glage Poop, s. the hind part of a ship Raise, v 2. to lift

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Rik, v a. to gather

Rough, a. not smooth Ram, s. a male sheep

Round, a. circular Ri, v n. to leap ibout Rouse, v a. & n, to wake froin Range, v 2. to piare in order rest Tuge, v ni, to rave at large Rout, v a. to dissipate Rape, s. violent deforauon of Route, s ro, way chastity

Row, v a. to drive by cars
Rar?, s. source

Rule, s. connmand
line, v. a. to blot cut by rasure Rule, v a. to govern
Pasp, v a. to rub with a rasp Rush, s. a piant
I, s. affixed price

Rush, v n, to move with vior Beach, v 2. to touch with the lence hand

Rust, s. the corroded surface ef I, s. a kingdom Peam, s. a bundle of

paper Rye, s. a kind of grain Reap, v ů. to cnt corn

S. Rear, v a. to raise

Sack, s. a large bag Reed, s. a plint

Safe, a. free from danger Reck, s. smoke, a pile of corn Sige, ai wise, s. a plant or hay s. a frame

Sail, s. a sheet, v n. to pass by Hecl, v. n. to stagger, Rins, S. the kidneys

Suint, s. a holy person Rend, v a. to tear

Sake,

So cause Rent, s. annual payment Sale, s. the act of selling Rhyme, s. consonance of verse Şalt, a. a bounding with salt huice, s. a kind of grain Salve, s. an emplaster Rig, v a. to dress

Sane, &. sound Right, s. justice

Sap, s. the juice of plants Ring, v ni to sound as a bell Sash, s. a silken band Rense, v a. to wash,

Sauce, s. something of high relkip, v a. to tear

ish Rise, v n. to get up

Scab, s. a disease of sheep Risk, s. hazard

Scald, v a. to burn Roach, s. a fish

Scale, s. a balance, v a. to climb Roam, v n. to ramble

Scalp, s. the thescull Roar, v n. to cry as a lion Scar, s. a mark of a wound Robe, s. a gown of state Scate, v n. to slide on scates Rock, s. a great mass of stone School, s. à house of education Rock, v a. to shake

Scope, s. intention Rogue, s. a vagabond

Scorch, v a. to hurn Romp, s. a rude girl

Scour, v 2. to clean Rood, s: the fourth part of an Scout, s. one sent to observe the

ene inny Roge, s, a flower

Scream, v.2. to cry as in terros kot, v no to putrife

Sear, v a. to burn

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