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A NEW

POCKET DICTIONARY
OF THE

ITALIAN AND ENGLISH


IN
.

ITALIAN

TWO

PARTS.

AND ENGLISH. II. ENGLISH AND

ITALIAN.

BY

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MANY NETF

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yVITH A COMPKNUIOUS

ELEMENTARY ITALIAN GRAMMAR,


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THE FIFTEENTH EDITION


In presenting the Fifteenth Edition of Graglia'.s Italian Dictionary to
the Public, the utmost care and attention has been bestowed
revisal,

and an exact accentuation placed upon the

Some hundred

verbs.

without, however^ increasing


nient, as a

and

of the e

when

close,

its

Pocket Dictionary.
o has

been pointed out, by a small

and without the said

double zz, when pronounced like


line z
ds.

zz,

which

The Editor

bulk, so as to render

The open and

is

omitted

flatters

line
is.

when

are also

when they

upon

been added,
it

inconve-

close pronunciation
line over the e

open.

The

marked with

are to be

and 5

single z

the

and

same

pronounced like

himself that these improvements will be of

the greatest utility to students of the Italian Language.

C.T.
London., Sept. 7,

its

infinitives of the

useful and necessary words have

1829

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ACCIDENCE
OP

THE ITALIAN TONGUE,


Br

J.

OUISEiVU, A.M.

CHAPTER

I.

ACCIDENCE OF THE

OBSERVATIONS
On
N.B.

the letters a,

t,

i",

and J

o, u,

and v

g, h,

c,

t, t, s,

m, and

n.

For

the sake (if simplicity and brevity, the translation nf the Italian n'oi
dispensed with, wherever it was judged not to be absolutely wanted. Should a
become necessary to the reader, the dictionary is at hand.

A is alwajs sounded broad, like a in


alarm, fathom ; thus, padre, madre, amare.
But a -with an accent at the end of words,
has a quick sharp sound; thus the a in
calamit, calamity, is sharjper than It is in
calamita, a loadstone.
has generally a close sound, as in the
English words pen, fen, y:enerous ; thus,
maledire, pede, bene.
But sometimes it is
open, as in there ; thus, teina, mnsa, pna.
No sure rule can be given on this point.

/ sounds Uke double

ee in sleep

from principe, prince. It is also


employed by some grammarians in the tenses
of verbs where two ii should meet ; but this
ought to be done only when the two ii form
but one syllable, as ch' io studj, che tu studi,
&C. but not io sentj, io udj, in which words
the letters ii form two distinct syllables.
O sounds sometimes open, as in the English
words globe,

cold .-^pvero, ppulo,

tlto.

Sometimes cioe, as in English come, some :


tornamento, volere. Practice alone can teach
the difference.
U has always the sound of u, as in the
English words "iuH, rule, or the double oo in

moon, soon unico, publico, nudrire.


U before
in the same syllable,
pronounced faintly: buono, fuoco, uomini,
:

o,

figliuola, suocero.

is

Except in duo,

tuo, suo,

which the u has its full soimd,


because then the and the o form two
distinct syllables. In any other case, vowels
combined together form but one sound, as in

virtuoso, in

sounds k,

I,

do in EngUsh,

accidente, read atshento, atshidente.


after ci follows another vowel, as

When

da,
one

eie, ci, ciu, they


syllable, and the

Ch sounds k
chi,

principi

a,

diritto,

J is always a Towel in the Italian, and


sounds like i, but somewhat longer, as y in
the English words you, yonder, yield. Its
chief use is to form the plural of nouns in io
short, that is, pronounced in one syllable; as,
tempio, temple, tempj ; principio, beginning,
principi
which otherwise would be confounded with tempi, from tempo, time and

before

C before e, i, sounds like ch in U>e English


words cAiW, cheek: cicerone,
In this case, when two cc meet, the first
takes the sound of a soft t ; thus, accento,

must be pronounced in
has a faint sound

chiodo, chioma,

chimico, che,

read kiodo, kioma, kimico, &c.


before a, o, u, sounds as in the English

words gadfly, goblin, gunner :

G before e

snd

found in the

1, ha.<;

gamba, gobbo,

the sound of dj, as


English words

soft g- of the

gender, agent, giant : genio, gesto, giro.


Gi, gio, gi, are pronounced dgia, dgio,
dgiu, in one syllable, and the i has a faint
sound
Giaccio, giostra, giubba.
Gna, gne, gni, gno, gnu, cannot be rethey are
presented by English sounds
pronounced like the French words Espagne,
Campagna,
campagne, mignon, lorgner :
agnello, incognito, ignudo, giunto.
G before li has a liquid sound, which the
English language has not, except perluips in
It is
the words million and vermilion.
nearer the French words Jille, bouillon,
But it
Figlio, megliori. medaglia.
famille
keeps the English sound in the words Anglicano, negligere, negligente, negligenza, negletto, and its other derivatives.
GG. Vhen two gg come together before e
or i, the first g has the soft sound of d, as in
the English word edge :oggetto, oggi.
The letter h between g and e, i, strengthens
the sound, which becomes then as the English
words get, gift : GhicKcio, ghigno, botteghe.
:

it appears that the letter h, although


has no sound of itself, contributes to alter
the sounds of other letters, namely c and g.
For thus che, chi, and glie, ghi, by the interposition of an A, lose the sounds of ce, ci, g,

Hence

it

V, which is a real consonant, is pronounced


as the English v ; verso, tavola, velo. "When
two I't come together, thev eire pronounced
like a single one;
thus, avvenire, read
ovenirt avventuri, lead aventura

It also serves to distinguish some words


alike in sound, though diflerent in meaning.

gi.

ITALIAN TONGUE.
as hanno, they have, and anno, year; ha, he
has, and the preposition a, to; /mi, thou hast,
and fl!, to the. Many persons write now
these words and some others witliout the h
thus, 0, ai, a, anno, instead of Uo, hai, ha,
hanno.
S. This letter has t\?-o sounds, one strong
with some hissing, and the other soft, somewhat like z. It is pronounced strong in the
beginning of words, as in English, safety,
tnon-y : sapere, santo, senno, subito. It is
commonly soft between two vowels, as in
Likewise before d,
caso, guisa, tesoro, rosa.
g, I, m, n, r, v as sdegno, sguardo, svelare,
disiiare. Yet it sounds harsh in cos thus,
1 yes, and roso^ tosa, from the verb rodere, to

vu

ZandZZ. This letter, as well single as


double, has two sounds ; one strong, like ts
in benefits, and the other soft, like ds
In Windsor.
The strong sound is the
most general: tlms, for nozze, fazzoletto,
bellezza, zana, zio, zucca, read uctse, fatsa&c.
The sound is generally soft in the word
ending in anza, enza, onza and in these
words, which, in Latin, and in English
words derived from the Latin, are written
with a z, a c, or a t, pronounced like a soft r.
letto,

Thus

for

costanza,

prudenread

Sc before a, o, u, sounds ska, skn, thu ;


thus, scabro, scolare, scusa, sound like the

English words scalp, score,


Sc before e, i, sounds like

words shave, shipping

The sounds
syllable only,

scurvt/.
sh, in the

scena, scinto.English
form one
has a faint sound :

scia, scie, scio, sciu,

and the

cesta n

pnidenilsa, &c.
No certain rule can be given to distinguish
when the s is soft, and when harsh ; for,

although most words written with a double


zz have a strong sound, many of them, however, have a soft sound; such are rezza,
mezzo, &c.

Remember

that in pronouncing words in


either strong or soft, a slight pause is to be
the somid t or d, by doubling them,
it were.
Therefore in pronouncing nozze,
bellezza, prudenza, azuro, tr; to pause thus :
2,

made on
as

T. This letter joined to ia, te, ti, io, in the


middle, or at the end of words, is pronounced
as Is in benejits
thus in gratia, naiione,
and other such words of Latin
derivation,
pronounce grattia, natsione,
patsienza. This orthography has now become obsolete, and the letter t is supplied
with r, which has also the sound of ts. The
/ is, however, kept in verbs, and in some
nouns ; and it is pronounced like the English
Thus read with t,
I in time, trusty, tulip.
portiamo, partiamo, &c. and malatia, questione, molestia, natio, in the sense of no/ire :
with some other words, perhaps, which
;

jiatienza,

ntt-se,

Indeed
letters
letters

prudnd-sa, dd-suro
bUett-sa,
this remark attaches equally to the
and n, and above all to the doubled
nn ; and even to every doubled

mm,

consonant, such as dd, II, tt, &c. between


which a slight pause must be made and
every sound, either guttural or nasal, ought
to be carefully avoided.
Thus in reading
immenso, parlammo, innocente, prudentemente,
addio, rebelle, attentare, mark the m and n,
nearly as in the English words, brim, fan,
dim, men, and read im-men-so, parldm-mo,
;

in-noc^n-te, pru-den-tcmn-ie.

practice will teach.

PRACTICAL TABLE.
A'nima casa d^za mtislca parla

Cecit felicit dar sar parler

e (dose)

Bne male pedne maledire crrere


Mnsa tma pna rba rndita

e (open)

(open)
o (close)

before o
uoi

iti,
i'

vv
ca
co

cu

.;.-....

Mirifico inimico chiavistllo cibo ripino


.Iaspide jculojaclnto gli studj i tempj
Pvero ppolo tlto ggi galppo
Tomamiito volre rdine chima cure
duo tuo suo
Buno fuco umini
Jlii tuoi suoi mietitura mite
Avna movvcle misventra viatre
Avventurso misawenlre avviso avvertnza
Castllo cattivo cavalcare incanto mancare
Cllo coprto accrto giocondezza fico
Cclo cpola accurato curvatura cur^a

b2

ACCIDENCE OF THE
Cervello cento infeUce faceto cce

ce

Cicerne pacifico cicalalrfre dici

ci

ce before
te btfore
eia

e, i

a,o,u.

.......
...,,.

eie

eia

eh

ga

go

gu
g
gi
gi
gio

.......

gi

gna
gne
gni

gno

^u

cfljo

Accnto cappuccino accecare accigliare


Accanto accncio accordare accusa
Cidncia ciarlatano ciascheduno mancia
Cielo ciecamente freccie ^ruccie
Cicca cioccoI<(ta cioncatre lccio
Ciurma ciurmglia ciiischero ciurmare
Chido chima duchezza chi che
Gamba garbato gareggiante ragazza
Gbbo gffo prgola rgola pago
Gusto gustso aguzzare egualmente
Gmma germano degenerato agvole
Girasle girlla agitatre digito legine
Giacimnto cervgia giardino giallo
Giostrare giovanzza regine prigine
Giunchiglia giumlla giudo digiunare
Campagna pugnare ragnatllo cagna
Agnlle degnvole magntico plgnere
Dignit incognito inggni rgni
Ragnlo indgno ignoranza sgno

Eagnulo ignudo ognuno isnudre


Figlia figlio mglio medaglia quagUa

gli
^g'

Oggetto ggi protggere leggerzza


Fatfghe lughi ghiccio gherfano
Sapere santo stdio snno snso
Sdgno sguardo guisa usurire
Scabro scacciare riscaldare invescato
Scolare scglio mescolato disclpa
Scusato scudo scucito scula
Scna scegliere discpolo scematre

ghe, ghi
, strong
3, toft

tea
SCO

scu
see
sci

Scilcco disciplina scinto fscia

scia

Scitica lasciato ambasciadre sciagura


Scinza scierpellne scientifico coscinza
Scioccamente scio discllto fscio

scie
scio

Asciutto sciugto prescitto sciugre


.
.
Nzze fazzoltto zucca zio
Zodiaco azro mzzo prudnza
.
anj other doubled letter, as bb, dd, JJ\ /ic.
Bambino fimbria immnso smma dnde danno inganno
dabbne addoppio diffuso ermellino frro gattne lppola
latte matto addolorato affacendto agguglinza baccante
ballando favlla gennjo lijipitdine mottggio.

sciu
22, 2, like ts . .
.
22, z, like da
m, mm, n, nn, or

CHAPTER

TI.

ACCENTS, APOSTROPHE, AND ELISION.

THERE

are two accents


Italian, the
grave (') and the acute (').
Orare accent. 1. It is put on nouns in ^i
and )i, which have the singular and ])lural
bont, viriti, gioventit. Such
nouns ended formerly in arfe and a<e, urfc and
u<e, and they are stili used in poetry.
2.
On the third person singular of the
alike; as

bclti,

preterj.erfect tense of verbs, of which the first


jierson ends in two vowels ; thus am, cred.
credei.
But write without the
grave accent, vinte, prese, from vinsi, presi
3. On the first and third person singular
of every verb in the future tense; thus,
amer, antera^ creder, creder, sentir,

from amai,

sentir.

ITALIAN TONGUE.
2.

Mi. a,

IX

ci, vi,

trojihe before a

there, /a, the and her,


,
l the and tliey; d he gives, da from; rfi
day, di of; si yes and so, si one's self; he
is, e and; per therefore, pero, a pear-tree.

Some

otlier

words are

also written

with the

costi and cost there, cosi thus, gi already,


ci that which; with many others which
practice will teach.
5. Wlien a word, having the grave accent,
is joined to anothel word, the consonant of
the latter word must be doubled, and the
accent be taker, off; tails <;i and d, joined
to mi. become dimmi, tell me, dammi, give
me; fur and lo are made farollo, I will do
it; pili and tosto become piuttosto, sooner,

&c. &c.
Acute Accent. This accent is used only on
the i of words ending in I'o and {a, whenever
iu

and

lables

(a are
:

Some

pronounced in two distinct

syl

as pazzia, desio, galleria, addio.


writers use it likewise on words

which have a double

signification ; as tenre
to hold, tnere tender; ancra again, ncora
an anchor ; nettare nectar, nettare to cleanse,

&c. but this nicety is not strictly observed


now, unless the sentence should offer an ambiguous meaning.
Apostrophe and Elision. The apostrophe
is a mark to show that one or more letters
are cut off; and the elision is the cuttini; oft
of those letters. They are used in the follow1.

After the articles

lo, la,

li,

gli, le,

and

their oblique cases, when they meet before


words that begin with a vowel, or when thev
are abbreviated ; as l'anima, Uonore, de' libri,
a' padri, &c. with the exceptions noticed in
tlie following chapter.
Vet, in poetry, several licences are taken,
and we find lo amore, lo eccesso, lo imperador, lo ingiusto ; and even lo'ngiusto, lo'mperadore.
The i of the arUcle i7 is cut off after a word
ending with a vowel, but not the vowel of
ihat word; a.s tutto 'I paese; mi dica 'I mo
:

ne. se, di, receive the apoas voi m'intendete,

vowel;

However, ei
no abbreviation before a and u, in
&c.

egli l'intende, s'inganner,


s'.iffers

order to avoid a harsh pronunciation.


3. The words which have the grave accent,
as dir, far, felicit, &c. are never abbreviated, except che with its compounds, perch, bench, sicclii, &c. perch' era, bench' cn4. These sis words, unn, bello, grande,
santo, quello, buono, before masculine nouns

that begin with a consonant, are abridged


a:i i
thus
un, bel, gran, san, quel, buon
un, beli', grand', sant'. quelC,
before vowels
buon' as un libro, un bel libro, gran cavallo,
an Pietro, quel soldato, buon pane, un amico,
-'" uomo, grand' ingegno, sant' Antonio,
;

uelP aof these words are abridged by


correcL writers, before feminine nouns, exccp't
grande : as gran barca, grand' armata.
Observe also that neither these words, nor
any others, should be abridged before an *
impura, that is, an s followed by a consonant; as jpeccAzo, <'u(/io, &c. therefore wiite
C!ontrary
bello specchio, quello studio, &c.
examples are to be met with, but they are
5. All words in the singular numl>er, wlch
have one of the liquid consonants, /, m, n, r,

vowel, may lose their final


vowel, unless they should meet before wortls
that begin with s followed by a consonant.
lost in the plural number.
The vowels after I and r are oftener lost
and n except in verbs,
than those after
for then the vowel after
is very often cut
off; as altendiam, andiam, Jtngiam, &c. for
attendiamo, &c.
6. Infinitives joined to mi, ii, ci, vi, si, ne,
lo, la, le, gli, or any other word to which they
are united, drop their final e thus, per vederlo, sentirsi, pentirci, &c. instead of pet
l)efore their final

Vowels are seldom

As

minute exceptions concerning the


apostrophe and elision they must be left to
practice, or to larger treatises: this was
thought enough for our present plan *it>
;oung students.
to

ACCIDENCE OF THE

CHAPTER
The Itlians have

III.

three deanite Articles,

;, lo, la.

Masculine.

la

Ablative

dal

dallo

tht

dalla

/roi .the

Plural.
Ifomiiiative i
gli
Genitive
dei or de' degli
Dative
ai or a'
agli

Accusative i
gli
Ablative
dai or da' dagli

The

and una for the feminine; alcuni,


alcune, f. for the plural.
Un is used before
uno, before an * followed

le

delle

ofthe

alle
le

the

".

from

dalle

the

Singular.

used before masculine nouns which begin with a


definite article

il is

A book, un libro
A scholar, uno scolare
A lady, una donna

litiok, libro.

Plural.

y.

iUbri

libro
G. del libro
D. al libro
A. il libro
-46. dal libro
il

dei or de' libri


ai or a' Ubri

Some
Some
Some

JUbri

books, alcuni libri


scholars, alcuni scolari
ladies, alcime donne

The

an

followed by

studio.

Zeal, scio.

Si

a consonant, and
beginning with s. Study,

prepositions di, a, and da, are used in


the indirect cases. Di is made d' before a
vowel or an h, and a is made ad in the same

circumstance; da suifers no change.

D'un

Plural.
JV.

lo studio

gli studj

G.

dello studio
alio studio

degli studj
agli studj
gli studj.
dagli studj

D.

Ab. dallo studio

signore

Roma
A Roma
Da Roma
Di

The definite article la is used before fL-mine nouns which begin with a consonant.
Singular.

sigTiore

Ad mi signore
Da un

Plural.

D'una signora
Ad una signora
Da una signora
D' Avignone

Ad Avignone
Da Avignone

Ri-marks.
1.
The article lo is never a
bridged in the plural, unless the following
noun should begin witli an . Therefore
write gl' ingegni, gt imtrumenti, but gli
2. The article la is never abridged in tlse
unless tli8 following word should
begin with an e, as Peloquenxe
but write
ombre, le anime, le invenzioni. &c. However, some nouns beginning with e, which
end alike in the singular and tlie plural,
receive the article le without an apostrophe.
Thus write le effigie, the images, to distinguish it from its singular, Peffigie, the image.
3. A\'henever the prepositions con, in, su,
ver, in the sense of tvith, in, upoii, for, or
by, meet with the definite articles 7, lu, la,
they are altered, as will be seen in tlie fol
loving table: ne/ for in il; nello for in lo,
&c.
The Italian words printed iu italics

plural,

li

vowel.

Plural.
gli

amici

degli ami(

The

article

la

before

Friei

have become

obsolete.

ITALIAN TONGUE.

As, nel giardino, nello spirito, nella camera,


' giardini, negli spiriti, nelle camere, &c.

"When the prepositions ijt ajnd fon, and


meet with a wor"
beginning witli an followed by a
4.

also the particle non,

an

Adjectives. All the Italian adjectives end


either in
or in e.
form their feminine
The adjectives in
singular in a, their masculine plural in i,
and their feminine plurul in e.
The adjectives ending in e in the singular,
form their plural in ;, and they have the
both nummasculine and feminine alike

is

added

dotta, fs. dotti,

mp.

dotte,

fp.

word, for the sake of

IV.

L'Asia

popolata

piit

dell'

Europa: Asia

more populous than Europe.


Questo giardino meno largo
garden

it

vostro;

del

not so large as yours.


The word than not followed by an article,
or meeting before proper names, is rendered
by di as.
this

is

Cicerone

Cicero was
.

to the

pronunciation.
Therefore, instead of in
strada, con spavento, non stare, yo\i will find
n istrada, con ispavento, non is

CHAPTER

~
Dotto,

SI

Plural.
nei or ne', negli ; nelle, in Me
coi or co', con gli o- cogu ; colle, nith tit
su' or sui, sugli ; sulle, upon the
pelli, pei or pe*, per gli ; pelle,/or the

Singular.
Nel, nello; nella,
Col, collo ; colla,
Sul, sullo ; sulla,
Pel, pello ; fella,

era

eloquente

piti

di Hortensio;

more eloquent than Hortensius.

Sono meno

ricco di voi

am

not so rich as

learned.

ind

{.

sing, cortesi,

plurclwi.

A djecti ves
JSuriiber

Vn

agree

with their

signore dotto

substi
e cortese

in
;

gender and
as,

donna dotta

'
e ortss.
Signori dotti e cortesi donne dotte
Vn prato verde ; una gonna verde ; i prati
verdi ; le gonne verdi : Meadow, '.own.
Comparatives. Adjectives become compaXHlives with the assistance of piit more, and
meno less; thus, caro, dear; piti caro, d.-arer,
meno caro, less d^ar.
The particles via or vie ; assai, mollo, in the
sense of iKcA, a great deal: are often added
to comparatives, to increase their energy.
Ex. Cesare stato via pi or assai pi, or
inolio piti, felice di Pompeio, Caesar was much
more tortunate than Pompey.
La sorella vie meno, or assai meno, or
t>io//o tnf Ko ostinata del fratello : tiie sister is
far less obstinate than the brother.

The word than

comparatives, followed by an article, or a pronoui' possessive.


Is expressed in Italian by del, dallo, della, de',
degli, delle, suitable to the gender and number of the noun ; as,
after

AVTien the comparison

is

made between

ad-

jectives, adverbs, verbs, or substantives, with


out articles, //laii is rendered by cAe as,
Mia sorella pi gentile che bella ;
sister
is more graceful than pretty.
Questo mi dar piti fatica che profitto ; inis
...
trouble than profit.
:

my

litely.

Siiperlative$.

The

superlatives are

formed

by changing the last vowel of the adjective


iiito itsimo, with the variation of oUier adjectives in gender and number; as,
Do-o, learned; dottissimo, dottissima , dottissimi, dottissime, most learned.
But if tne article the be joined to most,

then the superlative is exprssssed by il pi,


i pi, le pi
as, il piti felice, la pi
i pi felici, le pi felici, tlie happiest, or
the most happy.
Sometimes tie repetition of the positive is
enouijh to form a suijerlative as,
// temvo freddo freddo, the weather is very
la piit,

felice,

cold.
Sofia ia bella delle belle;
finest

woman

m the world.

Sophia

is

the

ACCIDENCE OF THE
Quello

tedioso tedioso

I think

the formation of their comnaratives and

sv,-

perlatives.

The

following adjectives

inregular in

Comparative.

Positive.

Buono good,
Cattivo bad,
Grande great,
Piccolo little,

One may

likewise say;

piti

Superlative,

megliore better,
peifgiore worse,
maggiore greater,

pessimo the worst

minore

minimo the

less.

grande, pi cat-

tivo, pi piccolo.

Observe that meglio and peggio, in the


sense of in a better, in a worse manner, are
adverbs, and cannot be joiiied to substantives.
Therefore say; un megliore libro, a
better book ; un peggiore temperino, a worse
penknife; and not meglio, peggio. But say.
far meglio, far peggio, he will do bette'r,

employ substantives.

learned, is formed dottissimamente most


learnedly; from santo holy, santissimamente
most holily, &c. but this manner of expressing one's self must be used cautiously ; and
instead of such long words, it is better to

Ragazza,

f.

librone, a very large book.


a girl; ragazzona, a stout

jolly girl.

a house; casotto, casotto, a good


roomy house.
Sata, a parlour; salciia, a good sitUngCiisa,

Ciivallo, a

Casa, a

horse;

house;

Genie, people;

cavatacelo,
casaccio,

a great ugly

an ugly large

gentame, a great crowd of

Observe that many nouns have a natural


ending in accia, accio, and ame, without
being augmentatives.
Observe also that the augmentaUves masculine often come from feminine nouns, as

for eloquentis.

lables to their termination.


....

The

augmentatives, reducible to rules,


^

0, ni. orta, f.
i,

in a

good

bul.'c.

The addition ame,


dance of any thing.

uccia

and

e.tpresses a great

abun-

uzzo, ,uzza, indicate something

small or contemptible as,


Casuccia, a small mean-looking house.
;

Votnvzzo, a puny little fellow.


Yet all these rules are liable to exceptions,
which nothing hut practice can teach; for
besides the terminations which we have just
given for augmentatives and diminutives,
many others are freely used in familiar conversation, and in books on light subjects.
Thus from rfonirt, a woman; casa, a house;
a book ; may be formed the following
augmentatives and diminutives ;
Donnone, a tall stout masculine woman.
Donnona, a tall strong healthful woman.
Donnaccia, an impudent shameless vilibro,

rago.

Donnetta, a pretty little prattling woman.


Donnicciuola, a mean-looking little wo-

The

diminutives reducible to rules, are


formed in ino, elio, etto, with the variations
incident to adjectives and substantives in o
2.

least

Thus,

aimamente, imprudentissimamente ; say rather, con 7nassima eloquenza con grandissima


imprudenza.
Augmentative! and Diminutives
The sijnification of many nouns, both substantives
and adjectives, may be either increased or
diminished, bv the addition of certain sylI.

Adverbs of the superlative degree are


formed by changing the last letter of the

Libro, book

ottimo the best

massimo the greatest

Carino, ms. carina, fs.


fp. dear pretty little create

Donnicina, a pretty little woman.


Donnaccia, a pretty, but vulgar woman.
Donnaccione, a bold impudent stout wo-

<

Poverello, poverella, poverelli, poverelle, poor


Liliretto, a pretty little book.
Acquetta, a
rlear small stream. Such diminutives denote generally endearment, and smallnets.
Other diminutives ending chiefly in uccio.

Casone, a very large house, a mansion.


Casaccia, a large ill-contrived house.
Casamento, a well-built roomy house.
Cosatone and Casolare, a large ruinous
Casolaraccia,

large

roofless

decayed

ITALIAN TONGUE.

Ill

Libraccio, an ugly large book.


Libricoln.

And so on,
all

but
are

CHAPTER
Possessive

V.

Relative; Demonslratiix

Pronoum

me, from

noi, of US
ne, to

Da noi, from

Di

voi,

of you

to thee
thee

ti,

Da

from thee

te,

VOI,

from you

Third Person masculine Singular


Beli,

et, e-, esso,

he,

Plural.

Belino,

it

him
him

lui, of
lui, gli, to

Lui,

Da
1

us

Plural.

te, ti,

Te,

Da

Di

Indetern

A noi, ci,

me

Second Person, Singular.

Personal,

Di

Da

Zh

him, it
from him

lui,

Da

Person feminine Singular.

Di

Da

loro,

Da

Loro,

from her

Di

they

them

from Ihem

loro, ot them
loro, loro, to them

lei, le, to her


Lei, la, her, it

The reflected pronoun te,

gli, li,

Plural.
Elleno, esse, they

it

lei

essi,

loro, of them
loro, loro, to them

Loro,

lo, il,

FMa, essa, she,


Di lei, other

one's self,

is

of

all

le,

loro,

them
from tliem

genders and numbers

se, of one's self, himself, herself, itself, themselves


se. si, to one's self, himself, herself, &c.
Se, si, one's self, himself, herself, &c.
tCf from one's self, himself, herself, &c.

Da

contempt!

with thousands of other -words,


the range of humour and whims ;
few augmentatives and diminutives
admitted in a style strictly correct,
beyond those in one,ame, accio for increasing,
and those in ino, etto, dio for diminishing.

in

Casina, a very small house.


Ciuino, a small neat summer house.
Librone, a bulky heavy book.

Libercolo, a small

Die pamphlet.
Libretto, a pretty neat little book.
Librettino, a very little and pretty boot;

Cosile, a poor thatched cottage.


Casella, a small low -built house.
Catotta, a snug comfortalile house.
Casella, a snug house, also a neat kennel.
Casetlina, a very little, but genteel house.
Casellino, in. Casetlina, f. a neat pretty cot.

VROSOVya Personal

and

ACCIDENCE OF THE

XIV

This pronoun acquires still r


strength
IO. stessa.
and elegance by the addition of
stessi, stesse, which are also often joined to
,

In effecting this union, u, H, ci, ti, and vi,


change the i into e, and become me, te. Sec.
is changed into glie
and luru reu^iiia the

gli

per se slesso,
the other personal pronouns
per se stessa, per se stessi, per se stesse, by
himself, herself, &c. Lo far da me stesto, I
will do it myself.
Wrth me, niith thee, with himself, herself,
:. take the Latin turn, and aie expressed by

Mene dar, he will give me some.


Tene dar, he will give thee some.
Sene procurer, he will get some.
Gliene dar, I will gire him or her some.
Cene dar, he will give us some.
Vene dar, I will give you some.

Ne prometto loro, I promise some to them.


The place of /oro, in the sense of to them,

placed wlth the prepo-

noun personal, and

i a pr

nd fer inine,
si

loro,

as

is

its

it is

plural

with them,

is

always after the verb.


The union with the articles

is

made

after

men
In reading the following lines, you have
only to suppose melo, mela, &c. to be ia
the place of the asterisks.
Thus
melo
dar, telo dar, &c. he will give it to me.

apartof,afit,&c.
Melo mela meli mele dar, he will give it to me, Sec.
Telo tela teli tele * mander, he will send it to thee, &c.
Glielo gliela glieli gliele dar, I will give it to him, &c.
Selo sela seli sele * procurer, he will procure it to himself, 4c.
Celo cela celi cele * dir, he will tell it to us, &c.
Velo vela veli vele * procurer, I will procure it to you, &c.

Pronount Possessiva,

The

articles sboi

Singular.

Plural

sufficiently the

gendar and number.

my, mine.

e,
',

thy, thine.

',

his, her, its.

la nostra

the

then the article


orella

wanted, but

il

be used with the plural

number; as,
Mia sorella, di mia
Vostro fratello, di
ther.
say, le

But

my
m

elle, i vostri fratelli.

The

pronoun may, however, be transposed, and

is

used

il

fratello mio, la

Obspjve also, that all possessive pronouns


English with the possessor ofa thing,
but in Italian, always with the thing possessed;
as, mio fratello ama sua moglie e le sue sorelle,
agree

brotier loves his wife aid his sisters. Mia


i suoi fratelli, vay

snrellaama suo marito, ed


sister loves her

husband and her

brothers.

Relative.

All pronouns have a relative signification, but the following ones are peculiarly so called.

Singular and Plural ; Masculine and Feminine.


who, that, which was speaking to you. /
Che di che, di chi, or di etti ; a che, a chi,
"r a cui da che. or da chi that, who, which
libri che compr, the books that, which he
of whom, whose, of which, &c. as, la donna
bought. i case che sono larg-'j*, the houses
ehe vedete, the lady whom, that, which you
that, which are large,
see.
// signare che vi parlava, the gentleman
;

ITALIAN TONGUE.

xv

madre di cui
mother you saw.

, is susceptible of an
as. Il signore il di cui

or la

avete veduta, tlio lady vliose

I soldati al di cui capitano, or al cui capitano,


or al capitano i cui parlammc, the soldiers
to tlie captain of whom we spoke.

padre di cui cnnotose father you know.


madre,

ir il

onoun$ Demonatrative.
,

mp.

qurste, f^. this, these.


quelle, f. that, those.

,1. and f. this, these he, she, they.


'
and f. that, those ; he, she, they.
;

Cului,

m.

colei,

f!

coloro, m'.

made

quel before a consonant ;


and quelli is often contracted into quei.
Quegli, in the sense of quelli, is singular and
plural.
Qui and l are sometimes added to give
more strength to tlie pronouns ; as, questo qui,
tliis one here ; jueWo /.I , that one there.
Questi and quegli are often used iu the sin-

Quello

is

gular number ; as. questi fit felice, quegli


sfortunato: this man was happy, and that
unfortunate,
Cotesto, cotesto, cotesti, coleste, in the sense
of (/>, Mwe, arestill in use ; but co</hi, this

man, and cotestoro. these or those, have become obsolete. Codesto, codesta. Sic. is a cor
ruption of cotesto.

Pronouns Indeterminate or
O^ni, m. and
tutta,

tutti,

f.

sing, each,

every. Ti(o,

tutte, signifies all,

every one, a

d'altrui,

totality.

Ciascheduno,
chedune ; and
ciascune, every
Qualche, m.
plural,

Indefinite.

Altro, altra,

which makes

ciaschedujui, ciascheduni, ciasciascuno, ciascuna, ciascuni,

one, every body.

and f. sing, some and in the


m. alcune, f. some, some
;

alcuni,

altre, other, others;


oblique cases ; as,
of other and others, to
;
Altri is often used in the
altri ride, altri
of altro

altri,

altriii, in its

ad altrui

other and others.

singular instead
piange, one laughs and the other cries.
Si, one, people, men, they, it is ; as,
one says, people say, it is said.
:

si diet,

Detached Observations on the Pronouns.


Veruno, veruna, veruni, verune, none, not
one.
Nessuna, nessuna, nessuni, nessune: and
niuno, niuna, niuiii, niu7ie, nobody, no one, no
ones.
Certo, certa, certi, certe, some, some one ;
certain one, certain ones.
Tale, m. and f. sing, tali, m. and f. plural,
such, such another, such others.

Chiunque,

m. and

f.

sing,

whosoever, who-

*>ver.

1. Ci and vi, which signify us, to us ; yov. to


when they are personal pronouns, are
likewise adverbs, in the sense of Aere and Mere,
'2.
A'e, without any accent, is sometimes a

ypu,

personal pronoun which signifies us, to us ;


sometimes an indeterminate pronoun, in the
sense of tome, any, o/iV, o/ Mem, &c. But n*.
with the grave accent, signifies not, nor, netiher ; and ne' with an apostrophe, is an abbreviation of nei, in the ; ne' campi, in the fields.
3. Si, an indeterminate pronoun, in the
sense of one, people, men, they, is of extensive
use in Italian, as will appear by the following
examples. Si is written se, when it meets

any.

Ae, some, of it, of them.


Si dicono incredibili cose,
Si sono prese molte navi,
Non si paria di pace,
Se ne sapr qualche cosa,
Vi si domanda del pane,

Witiimanv other turns which we shall have


occasion to notice more at large in our observations on passive ve bs.

with

ne.

they say incredible things.


they have taken many ships.
they say nothing of peace.
rve mill hear something of it.
they ask you bread.

AVTien the Italians


Remark.
show a piirticular regard, they
use of the tliird person of the Texb,

Essential

wish

make

to

ACCIDENCE OF THE
Singular, Masculine, and Femmine.
Ella or /, she- -you, sir or madam.
Di lei, of her- of you, sir or madam.
lei, le, to her
to you, sir or madam.
La, her you, sir or madam.
Da lei, from her you, sir or madam.
Plural, Masculine and Feminine.
lyOr signori, they you, gentlemen and ladies.
Di lor signori, 'of them of you, gentlemen

A
)r

ui voi

sometimes Votsipnorla takes the place


and run of vostra, for the singular,
;
men and women. Lor tignnri,

applied to

masculine and feminine, supply the second


person plural. Vossignora is an abbreviation
of vostra signoria, and lor signori, of le signorie toro
but ella or lei are now more
fashionable than vossignoria.
This manner of speaking -rill become quite
familiar, if we accustom ourselves to the idea
that we are speaking of a person, instead of
speaking to her, as will appear in the transposition of the following pronoun.
:

and

ladies.
lor signori, to

Lor

signori,

le,

them to you, gentlemen and

themyou,

gentlemen and

Da lor signori, from themfrom you, gentlemen and ladies.


The following examples will render these
observations plainer.

trarsi dagl' impacci, che viaggiar l Italia.


Re ella entrer da Venezia, vedr una citt
unica al mondo, per la sua situazione ;

ma

non

sar questa 1* unica cosa che la sorprender.


Ferrara le far vedere una bella e vasta
solitudine.
Bologna presenter a suoi occhi tin altro
bel prospetto.
illustre

Buon

mli di Jlodena, come patria


Muratori.
a ella

sar

eyes another

Good day, madam, how do you do f


Very mli, at your service, I thank you.
Pray, sir, do me thefavotir to be seated.
I shall almays be your most devoted friend.

sempre intimo

CHAPTER
VERBS '.Auxiliary

Ob. 1. The personal pronouns io, tu. Sec.


are placed above the tenses of the verbs.
In the following pages, to distinguish the
persons
but it will be better to conjugate
the verbs without them, except in the
three persons singular of the present of
the subjunctive, and the first and second
persons of the preterite tense of the same
;

your

sta-

come sta ella ?


servirla, la ringrazio.

Signore, favorisca di sedersi, la prego.


suo amico.

Le

vast solitude,
Bologna mill present to

dell'

giorno, signora,

Benissimo per

You cannot do better, sir, to divert rfoiirtelffrom affairs, than to travel through ItahjShould you enter it on the side of Venice, oh
mill see a toivn, the only one in the vrl,l >..r
Us situation ; but this it not the only thing
rvhich mill surprite you.
Ferrara mill offer to you a beautiful and

VI.

Regular

and Irregular
>t

of a similarity in the end-

ings.
2. As the persons who apply to the Italian tongue have commonly begun already
to learri either the French, the Latin, or
their own language by rules, we suppose
them able to conjugate an English verb ;
Uierefore, we hare inserted the first per-

ITALIAN TONGUE.
sirgular only, for tlie sake of brevity, and
he neatness of the tables.
3. For the same reason we give the first
erson singular only of the compound tenses,
s tliey aie merely the repetition of the verba
roe or easere, with tlie participle past of any
311

xvii

verb; Thus, when we have ho tiviilo, it is


easy to add hai avuto, ha avuto, abbiamo avuto,
avtte avuto, hanno avuto, &c. &c.
4. There are four tenses in all verbs, wheIher regular or irregular, which have the same
termination.

The Imperfect qfthe Indicative.

Futute of the Indicative.

remo

rai

rete

ranno

remmo

roste

rebbero

riamo

riate

Imperfect Conditional.

rebbe
Somilimes,

rest

chiefly in poetry
;

ria

ria

rianno

&

rebbono

Preterite of the Subjunctive.

is

the onlj verb \rhicb does not follow

tliis

scheme;

Conjugation of the Auxiliary Verb avere,

to

i;nd tliat onlj- in the

ii

have,

INFINITIVE.
Avere,
f.

have, to poitett.

to

Avendo, con avere, coll' avere, in aver


Avuto, ms. avuta, fo. avU, m. pt. avt

INDICATIVE.
Compound Tense.

J have.

voi,

eptino.

abbiamo, avete,
abbiamo, avete,

h.lnno,

noi,

egli;

Io,

fu,

Ho,

hai,

ha;

ai,

dnno.

I have had.

ho avuto, &c.
/ had had.

Imperfect.

I had

Aveva,

avevi,

aveva;

avevamo, avevate, avevano.

Preterite.

I had.
Ebbi,

avesti,

ebbe;

avemmo,

Future.

I shall or will have


Avr,
avrai.
avr ;
I rvnitld, could, should have.
avresti,
Avrei,
avrebbe;

Conditional.

aveste,

aveva avuto.

I had had.
ebbero.ebbi avuto.
I thall or will have had.

avremo,

avrete,

avremmo,

avreste,

avranno
avr avuto.
I would have luid.
avrebbero. avrei avuto.

SUBJUNCTIVE, OR POTENTIAL.
ch'io,

A'bbia,
Preterite.

Avessi,

dlibia

& abbi,

ch'egli;

che noi,

dbbia;

abbiamo,

che voi,
abbiate,

avesse;

avessimo,

aveste,

That I might have.


avessi,

* ^Ve likewise say vn, vi, va


first person from the third

the

that I may have had.

That I may have,


cheta

Present.

;
;

ch'eglino.

abbiano. abbia avuto.


that I might have had.
avessero.

avessi avuto.

and perhaps vo sliould be preferred to fa, as it distiiiguishoi


but custom lias prevailed, and va is now commonly used in-

ACCIDENCE OF THE
IMPERATIVE.
Abbi

or abbia tu, have thou

abbia egli, let him have abbiamo noi,


have ye ; abt>ino eglino, let them have.
;

Conjugation nfthe Auxiliary Verb ssere,

INFINITIVE.
Present.

Essere, to be. to exist.

Gerund.

Essendo,

Part. past. Stato, ms.

Fui,

let

to he.

ITALIAN TONGUE.
GENERAL PARADIGM.
INFINITIVE.

ACCIDENCE OF THE
SUBJUNCTIVE, OR POTEXTIAL.
e tu,

eh' egli

che noi,

che voi,

ch'eglino

IMPERATIVE.
,

love thou

ami

egli,

lei

him

love

amiamo

noi,

ii

Ali the Terbs in are are conjugated like anuire.


zm ilare, to remain ; with the verbi; ending in c
which will be noticed in their proper place.

II.

REGULAR CONJUGATION

INFINITIVE.
Credere, to believe, to think.
PresentCredendo, con credere, col credere, in credf-re, Del credere, believing
GtrundPart. past. Creduto, creduta, creduli, credute, believed.

crediamo

credete

ii

credon

rrALIAN TONGUK.
SUBJUNCTIVE, OR POTENTIAL.
Ch'io,

Prtsent.

Sent-a

Preterite.

Senli-s

IMPERATIVE.
a

egli,

Ut him hear

CONJUGATION

sentiamo

of

VERBS

ii

Among the verbs of the third conjugation, ending in ?><;, many are irregvlar at tl
of the indicative and subjunctive, and likewise at the irajierative. All their other
like .ie?itire; and these we present here by their lirst person singular only.
INFINITIVE.
Blandire, blandendo, tilandito, to caress.

INDICATIVE.
Present.
Imperfect, ^c.

Blandisco, blandisci, blandisce; blandiamo, blandite, blandiscono.


Blandiva; blandii; blandir; blandirei.

SUBJUNCTIVE, OR POTENTIAL.

Blandisci tu, blandisca egli blandiamo noi, blandite voi, blandiscano eglino.
of the verbs in ire, isco, end likewise in are, o; as, colorare and colorite, to colour;
1I.TH indurire, &c. to harden. Poets do not always observe the iiTegularity in isco,
write equally njpro and offerisco, mugge and muggisce, langue and languisce, fert and
;

Many

indurare

and

tliev

ferisce, '&c.

CONJUGATION OF A REFLECTED AND RECIPROCAL VERB.


Reflected and reciprocal verbs are conjugated alike in Italian. Si, joined to the infinitive,
answers to one's self: and the persons in the other moods are expressed as follows:
Sing,
mi, ti, si myself, thyself, himself, herself.
Plural, ci, vi, ti ourselves, yourselves, themselves.
the addition of the pronouns to, tu, egli, noi, voi, eglino.
;

They seldom have

ACCIDEiNCR OF THE
The

corapennd
d tenses
are conjagated with tlie verb ettere :
t(
myself, &c.
Sitig. mi sono divertito; ti sei divertito; s' dirertito.
Pltir,
ci siamo divertiti, vi siete divertiti, si sono divertiti.
And so for the other tenses m'era divertito; mi fui divertito; mi sar divertito, &c
For the feminine: mi sono divertita; ci siamo

REMARKS

on here

there

it,

is,

&c.

The English adverbs here and there, are expressed in Italian by ei and vi. Ci is commonly
used when we speak of a place in which we are, and ri of a place in which we ar aot, as will
appear in the following scheme:

, ci

V era

sono, there

stato,

is,

there are

v erano stati,

here

is,

here are.

'

there

had

been.

no stati ? had there been t


here f are there f
was there f taere there f
ino stati ? had there been f
sono, there is not, there are not,
Brano, there mas nut, there mere not.
Dn c' erano stati, there had not been.

erano, there

on

Non

c'

non

ci

v'

erano

sono ?

is

mas

mere not.
had not been.

not, there

stati, there

not there

are not there

Non vi fu non vi furono ? has not there


Non V* era stato ? &c. &c. had not t/
?"

been

have n

The tone of the voice marks the difference between a simple affirmation or a negation, and
interrogation. Thus: C del pane, there is some bread. C del pane? is there any
bread ? Non v'erano molle donne nel giardino, fhere were not many ladies in the garden. Non
v'erano molle -donne nel giardino f were not many ladies in tlie garden ?
an

REMARKS on the verb bisognare, in the sense of mutt and ought.


The verb bisognare is an impersonal verb of extensive use in Italian ; and its correspondent
English verbs, mutt and ought, not being impersonal, beginners fall into constant mistakes.
avoid this, let the English phraseology, / vtusl ffo, you must go, he must go, &c. be turned
into it must that I go, it must that you go, it must tliat he goes, &c. and then the following
examples will be readily understood and applied.

To

Bisogna eh' io gli parli, Z must speak to him.


Bisogna eh' impariate questo, you must leam this.
Bisognerebbe eh' io lo facessi, / should do it.
Ci bisogna morire, me must die.
Vi bisognava vederlo, you ought to have teen him.
Bisogner eh' egli mi paghi, he must i>ay me.

We see by these examples,

that che, after this impersonal verb, requires the subjunctive.

DETACHED REMARKS ON VERBS1.

The

Italians use frequently

tives of verbs instead of

nouns

si

fertile masculine singular; as,:/;...-,

is

frequently used instead

ITALIAN TONGUE.
of the imperative, chiefly in spealcing to
inferiors, or in poetry; as, non dir questo
alla moglie, do not teli this to your wife;
non chiudere il tene alla piet, do not shut
your breast to compassion; non ti lasciar

vincere dalC ira,

do not

let yourself

be con-

quered by anger.

The

3.

participle passive, conjugated with

essere, agrees a/n'oyj with its nominative; as,


il vizio tenuto a vile,
la virt lodata,
virtue is praised, but vice is despised

ma

The

conjugated

participle

with

dicono molle cose ;

che l'avete insultato;


loda l'uomo modesto ;
lodano gli uomini modesti ;
dir, or dirassi

Sieguansi

Mi
Mi

si
si

ama d'essere onorato,


grandi esempi ;

si
i

domanda uno scudo ;


domandano tre ghinee;

4. The pronoun they, when used in the


indeterminate sense of one, n-e, people, men,
it is, it was. Sec
is rendered in Italian by
si
but by se, when it meets with iie ; and
the verb is put in a reflected form, either
singular or plural, as happens to be the
:

noun

which

to

it

relates

Sometimes

the

employ a passive term, peculiar


with the help of the verb
which is often supjilied by venire,
the following examples be carefully
observed
Italians

to their language,
essere,

Let

many

things.

They will say that you insulted him.


One praises a modest man.
Modest men are praised.
One likes to be esteemed.

What
un spende-

will be said of you if you do sof


_
that you are a spendthrift.

One would say

We shall hear something qf it.

Se ne sapr qualche cosa ;


Non se ne parla ;
Cene sar parlato
Mi vien detto da molti

People say nothing of it.

They will speak of it to us.


I was told so by many people.
They will write it to you.
Somebody asks for you.
I received a book.
They wrote a letter to us.
You 7vill receive tnany letters.

verr scritto ;

Siete domandato
Mi fu dato un libro
Ci fu scritta una lettera;
Vi saranno mandate molte

had

che fur,

They ask n

Che si dir di voi se fate ci ?


Si direbbe, or direbbesi che siete

Vene

'

It is said so.
People report

dice cosi;

Amasi, or

Likewise, rvhen, at soon as, or such like


expressions, are not erjiressed in Italian,
they meet in English with the verb
to have, or to be, joined to a participle
past; as, fatto cW ebbe, as

when

avere,

agrees generally with its accusative, when it


is placed after that accusative ; but it remains in the masculine singular when it
precedes its accusative; as, ho ricevuto la
vostra lettera, I have received your letter;
la lettera che ho ricevuta, the letter which I
have received. Avevano fatto gran cose, they
had done great things le gran cose che
avevano fatte, tlie great things which they
had done.
The participle present having and being,
joined in English to a participle past, are
elegantly omitted in Italian ; as, detto questo.
Si
Si
Si
Si
Si

dalla camera, having said Uiat. he


went out of the room; finita la predica,
uscimmo dalla chiesa, the sermon being over,
we left the church; vedutolo, having seen
tisc

lettere;

IRREGULAR VERBS.
The

following obsen-ations will greatly


facilitate the general system of the Italian
irregular verbs.
1. \\'Tien a verb is irregular in the present of the indicative, it is always so in the
present of tlie subjunctive, and in tlie impe-

8.

Verbs are irregular chiefly in the present

of the indicative, the preterite of the same


mood, and the participle past.
3. Some verbs in nre, lre, long, and in
nirJ

and likewise some

in

nere and cere

verr, verrei ; porre, porrh, porrei ;


Fare,
condurre, condurr, condurrei &c.&c
dare, stare, take ar arci, instead of erh crei.
in their future and conditional; /ar,/arci,

venire,

&c.
4. Most of the verbs ending in lre and
nre long, and in lire and nire, take the
addition of a g- in their present tenses, and
hold.
as, tenere, to
in the imperative;

ACCIDENCE OF THE
ce, ticlgo,

vtRgo',
5.

In the tenses wherein will be


Caution.
found the first person sin^ilar only, the others
may be formed easily by tlie general paradigm
(pape xix.) Thus, when you have cresco, aioco,
amhissi, &c. you have only to observe their
proper tenses in the paradigm, and you will
readily form cretco, cresci, cresce, &c. &c.

dolga

venga

Some

verbs in rere a
present ten;
as parre, j>aio, t(

lel'.er r in tlieir

perative
moto, and muoiu, to die.
;

IRREGULAR VERBS

I.

in ara, f
e the only irregular of the

Gerund.

Infinitive.

Andare,

Parliciple.

andato,

andando,

Cli' io

id

fo gu.

Andava.

andiamo, anda
andate, vanno.
or to, vai, va
Andrei or anderei.
vada -vada, vada andiamo,
Va, vada andiamo, andate, vadano.

Vado

Andai.

vadino.

Andassi.

2.

Dare, dando, dato, to give.

diamo, date, danno. Dava. Diedi or detti, desti, diede or dette or die;
t
deir.mo, deste, diedero or dettero or dierono. Dar. Darei.
Ch'io dia, dia or dii, dia diamo, diate, diano or diino. Dessi.
Da, dia ; diamo, date, diano.

Do, dai, da

3.

Fare, facendo, fatto,

Faceva.
fai, fa; facciamo, fate, fanno.
fecero.
Far. Farei.
Ch' io faccia. Facessi.
Fa, faccia ; facciamo, fate, facciano.
4.

Sub.

The

Stare, stando, stato, to

to do.

Feci, facesti, fece;

Fo,

lie,

facemmo,

faceste,

to live, to stop.

Ch'io sUa.

verbs in

n the

ce

ti

7/.

Peccare,
Pregare,

pece mdo,
preg indo,

Pecco, pecc/ii, pecca


Prego, pregali, preg;

II.

!S

where the

Participle.

peccato,
pregato,

io sin.
to

pray.

pecchamo, peccate, peccano.


preg'iiamo, pregate, predano.
prcg/ier, pregherei, &c. &c.

IRREGULAR VEDBS

i:

Ob. There are but four verbs In re long, wnich are irregular in their participles; namely,
the others make
parre, parso: persuadre, persuaso- rimanre, rimase; solre, solito.
their participle
uto.

AH

The third person singular and the


N.B. Let this remark be attenttvely considered.
third person plural of the preterite tense of the indicative, are formed from the ./irj<
singular of that same tense; but th; second prrton lingular, and the Jirct and

pmon

ITALIAN TONGUE.

xxt
from

as,

dolemmo,

Dolti, dolesti, dolse;

dolere, giacere'

doleste, dolsero.

Giacqui, giacesti, ^acque ; gi


Conobbi, conoscesti, connobbe
,

Infinilive.

Gerund.

Participle.

Cadre, cadendo, caduto,

1.

Imp.

cadi, cade; cadiamo n


Cadeva. Cadd-i, esti, e; emmo, este, er
Ch' io cada or caggia. Cadessi.
Cadi, cada or caggia ; cadiajno, cadete, cadano.

Ind.

Mi

Sub.

Dolsi, dolesti, &c. Dorr.


Doleva
Ch' io mi dolga or doglia. Dolessi.

Imp.

Duoliti, dolgasi

Ind.

Devo

Silfi.

Ch"

Ind,

Sub.

2. Dolersi, dolendosi, dolutosi, to

dolgo or doglio,

duoli,

ti

si

duole;

complain,

ache.
si

doglio^

Dorrei.

Dovre, dovendo, dovuto,

io orve.

or debbo or de^gio, devi, deve


deono. Doveva. Dovei or dovetti, doves
Doves.si.
io debba.
Devi, debba; dobbiamo, dovete, debbano.

Giacere, giacendo, giacciuto, io U down.

4.

Ind.

Giaccio, giaci, giace; giacciamo, giacete, giacciono.


&c. Giacer. Giacerei.

<f6.

Ch- io giaccia.

Imp.

to

dogliamo, t dolete,

ci

dogliamoci, doletevi, dolgansi.


3.

Imp.

io fall.

Cado or caggio,

Giaceva.

Giacqui, giacesti,

Giacessi.
Giaci, giaccia; giacciamo, giacete, giacciano.
5.

Tacre, tacendo, tacciuto,

Taceva.

Taccio.
6.

Piaccio.

Piaceva.

io be sileni.

tacesti, Acc. like Giacere.

Piacqui,

liace^ti,

Sapere, sapendo, saputo,

7.

sa;

Tacqui,

Piacre, piacendo, piacciuto,

sappiamo,

io please.

&c.

to

Sapeva.

sanno.

like Giacere.

know.
Seppi,

&c.

Sapr,

Ind.

So,

Sub.

Ch" io sappia.

Imp.

Sappi, sappia ; sappiamo, sapete, sappiano.

Ind.

Posso, puoi, puj possiamo, potete, possono. Poteva. Potei and poletli, potesti,
Potr. Potrei.
pot, &i:.
Ch* io possa. Potessi. l'ivo imperative.; Poter and Poterei are the future and
conditional of the verb polare, to prune vines.

sai,

8.

Sub.

9.

Voglio, vuoi, vuole

Sui,

Ch'

voglia.

Potre, potendo, potuto,

Volre, volendo, voluto,

Ind.

io

sapete,

sapesti,

Sapessi.

io be n'illing, io tvish.

vogliamo, volete, vogliono.

Volessi.

f^o

lo be able.

Voleva.

Volli, volesti,

&c.

N'oiT.

imperative.) Volerti and volerei are the future and

conditional of the verb volare, to

fly.

ACCIDENCE OF THE

xxvi

Persuadre, persuadendo, persuaso, io periuade.

10.

i, e; iamo,
PersuadereL

Znd.

Pernad-o,

Sub.

Ch'

der.

ete, ono.

Persuader.

Persuasi, persuadesti, &e.

Imp.

io persuada.
Persuadessi.
Persuadi, persuada ; persuad-iamo, ete, ano.

Ini.

Tengo,

Ind.

Rimango, rimani, rimane; rimaniamo, rimanete, rimangono.

Sub.

Ch'

II.
tieni, tiene;

12.

Tenre, tenendo, tenuto,

teniamo, tenete, tengono.

Persil

to hold.

Tenni,

Tenera.

tenesti,

&c.

Terr,

Rimiinre, rimanendo, rimaso, and rimasto, io stay.

Imf.

Rimarr. Rimarrei.
a, a; rimaniamo, rimaniate, rimangano.
Rimani, rimzmga; rimaniamo, rimanete, rimangano.

Ind.

Paio and paro, pari, pare; pajamo, parete, pajono.

Ri

rimanesti, &c.
io

Rimanessi.

rimang-a,

13. Parre,

parendo, parso,

to

appear.

Pareva.

Pani,

&c.

paresti,

Parr.

Sub.

Imp.

Parrei.
Ch' io paja, paja, &c. Paressi.
Pari, paja ; pajamo, pzirete, pajano.

14. Solre, solendo, solito, to be uted.

Soglio, suoli, suole; sogliamo, solete, sogliono. Soleva or era solito, eri solito, &c.
and so of all the other tenses -which are corapoimded of the verb <rrtr, xaA the
participle tolilo, m. solita, f. thus, ero solito; sarei solito; eh' io sia solito; ch'io
fossi solito,

&c.
15.

Valre, valendo, valuto, to be rjorth.

Vaglio, vali, vale; vagliamo, valete, vagUono.

16.

Ind.
Sub.

Imp.

Vedre, vedendo, veduto, and visto,

Vedo and
and

Valeva.

veggio, vedi, vede; vediamo, vedete,


viddi, vedesti, &c. A'edr. Vedrei.

Valsi, valesti, &c.

Varr.

to tee.

vedono ani veggono.

Vedeva.

Vii

Ch" io veda and vegga. Vedessi.


Vedi, veda; vediamo, vedete, vedano.

The compound

verbs follow the conjugation of their mple; as, rivedere, like vedere, &c.

HI.

CHIEF IRREGULAR VERBS

in ere, shor^

All the irregular verbs in ere short, are reducible to one of the following terminations in

1.

Infinitive.

Cere; preterite

ssi, si, bi,

Preterite

qui; participle

to,

Participle.

ITALIAN TONGUE.
Irifinilhe.

ACCIDENCE OF THE
Participle.

Preterite.

Infinitive,

Difendere

Dipendere

dipesi and dipendei

dipeso

S^

dpenduto

Discendere
Distendere

Fondere
Impendere
Intendere
Na-scondere
Offendere

Prendere
Pretendere

Rendere

reso Jlc renduto


risposto

Rispondere
Scendere
Scindere
Sorprendere
Sospendere
Spandere
Spendere

Tendere
Tendere
Fendere, to cleave, and pendere,
5. Gere,

Present.

and ggere

preterite

ITALIAN TONGUE.

ACCIDENCE OF THE
Fraporre
Opporre
I'osporre

Prcient.

Preterite.

frapongo

fraposi

fraporr

oppongo
pospongo

opposi
posposi

opporr
posporr

11.

Infinitive.

Concorrere

Pere; preterite pi

Present.

Preterite.

corrompo

ruppi
ruppi

Kompere
Corrompere
Interrompere
Prorompere

Future.

Participi

fraposto
opposto
posposto

participle

rto.

PaHiciple,

ITALIAN TONGUE.
16.

An

contracted from Latin verbs

Traessi,
i;

Verbs of this kind take commonly a double

rrb,

and the conditional

So are conjugated

its ci

rrei.

Preterite.

Infiniti

traiamo and trag

" -ind traggano.

in the present of the indicative and subjunctive, and in the imperative; the preterite is made isi, the participle tto, the future

gg

Participle.
tto, to

dram

traiamo
Ind Trao and traggo, t
ie
and tragghiamo, traete, traono, and traggono.
:

Traeva. Trassi,

traesti,

&c. Trarr. Trarrei.

IV.

Ind.

dicono.

Dico, dici, dice; diciamo, dite,


Diceva. Dissi, dicesti, &c. Dir.

Ch'

Sub.

IRREGULAR VERBS

10 dica.

Dicessi-.

Imp. Di, dica; diciamo, dite, dicano.


Its chief compounds are; contradire, to
oppose ; ridire, to repeat ; mcdedire, to curse.
2.

Morire, morendo, morii, morto,

v.

Venni, venisti, venne,


vengono. Veniva.
ic. Verr. Verrei.
Sub. Oh' io venga, venga, venga; veniamo, venite, vengano.
Imp. Vieni, venga ; veniamo, venite, ven-

The

letter

in this verb
to die.

vegna,

sometimes found transposed

is

and

vegnono

its
;

Gompounds
instead

thus, vegno,
of vengo, venga.
;

Moro and muojo, mori, more; mo-

Ind.

The

iri,

&c.

Morr and

The future and conditional morrh and


morrei, are preferable to morir and morirei.
Morsi and morso are the preterite and participle of mordere, to bite.

salendo,

3. Salire,

Ind.
salite,
salisti,

salii, salito, io

Imp.
lite,

4.

Salissi.
io salga and saglia.
Sali, salga or saglia; sagliamo, sa-

Ch'

salgano.

Udire, udendo, udii, udito,

Ind

Odo,

Uscire, uscendo, uscii, uscito, to go or

Ind. Esco, esci, esce; usciamo, uscite,


escono.
Usciva.
Uscii, uscisti, usci, &c.
Uscir. Uscirei.

to hear.

I,

uscite, ei

2nd sometime gir and il


7. Gire and l
are chiefly used in poetry, and they have the
following tenses only.
Giva, givi, giva or giaj
Gite, you go.
givamo, givate, givano, / did go, &c. Gii,
gisti, gi or gi ; gimmo, giste, girono, I
Gir, girai, gira ;
tvent, I have gone, &i'.

ode; udiamo, udite, odoUdii, udisti, udi, &c. Udir.

odi,

Udiri

Ch'

6.

go up.

Salgo and saglio, sali, sale ; sagliamo,


salgono and sagliono. Saliva. Salii,
&c. sometiirua salsi, salisti. &c. Salir.

Salirei.

Sub.

chief compounds of venire are convenire to agree, revenire to return, sovvenire


to help, divenire to become, svenire to faint,
sconvenire to be unbecoming, pervenire to

io oda, oda,

Odi, oda

oda, udiamo, udiate.

udiamo, udite, odano.

enire, venendo, vermi, venuto, lo come.

Ven^o, vieni, vie

gissimo, giste, gissero, / miglU go, &c. Gito,


gita, giti, gite, gone.
Ire, or ir, tu go ; ito, ita, iti. ite, gone.
ira, he did go; ivano, they did ^o; irono

ACCIDENCE OF THE ITALIAN TONGUE.

xxxii

CHAPTER

VII.

LICENCES AND EXPLETIVES.


Grammarians give the name of

licences

men,

heroes. Sec.

some peculiar changes which writers


have made in the formation of certain words,
either by lenfrthening or shortening them, or
by altering their usual orthography.

which thousands

'l. The third person plural of the preterite


tense of the indicative, ending in arono, is
often contracted into aro ; as, amaro, legare,
andare, for ainarono, legarono, andarono.
2. The letter v is trequently left out in
some tenses, but chiefly in the imperfect of
the indicative
'ee, deono, b
I, deve, devono, beve,
poteva, fini
beva, &c.
3. The letters a<
cut off in the participle pEist of verbs ;
5, instead of colmato,
adornato, chinato,
iato, osato, we find
colmo, adonto, chino, domo, oto.
4. The letter e is often found added, in
ancient poetry, to the third person singular
of the preterite tense of the indicative, and to
some other words ; as, anwe, parloe, canioe,
fue, pine, giue, &c. for amb, parlb. cant, fu,
pi, gi, &c. Sometimes o is added to verbs
ending in ire as, rapio, finto, empio, uscio,
for rap, fin, einp, usci.
5. Sometimes g- and gg are used instead of
other letters; as, seggio, veggio, caggio,
reggendo, cheggio, veglio, speglio, &c. instead
of sedo, vedo, cado, vedendo, chiedo, vecchio,

in

to

,:'''''

cative
7.

The

the sake of greater emphasis, or more "eleThe Italians give to


name of Ripieno, which
up
The following words
are those which are more frequently used as

those expletives the"


literally signifies.^//

pure ardite negarlo

Ora sono pur

now

articles dello, della, degli, dei, delle,

are often written by the poets, de lo, de la, de


li, de le.
Besides these licences, the Italian poets

and do you dare

to

disposti a renire; they are

disposed to come.

Toma mai sempre

a dire di nuovo IHstesse


is always repeating the same things.
poi vero quanto mi diceste ? is noi
told me true ?
vorrei gi eh' egli partisse ; / would
not be glad that he should go away.
Non credo gi che ve n' avrete a male ; /
do not believe that you will be hurt by il.
Con ea lei, con esso loro; with her, with
cose

Ae

Non

Non

serbe for serba.

Pure, mai, poi, gi, cos, mica, non, via,


egli, ella, esso, mi, ti, ci, vi, si.
Dite pur quel che volete ; say rvhaiever you

nhat you

Latin words, of

fotmd in reading

gance and harmony.

as, cele for cela, celi

will be

Expletives. These are certain words which,


some particular locutions, cease to have
any real meaning, and are employed only for

6. We find e instead of a and i in the


second and third person singular of the indi-

Chiefly

the poets.

La

dottrina di pi gran prezzo che non,


of greater value than

le richezze; learning ft

pi dotto eh' io non credeva ; he is more


learned than I thought.
Io mi son giovinetta ; / am young.
Io mi credo che non vero ; / believe that

gli, de

employ many words seldom used in prose,


by which they form a language peculiar to
such are the following ones
Aer j'or aria, the air. Brando for spada,
a sn-ord. Canne for verso, verse or poem.
Ksca for cibo, food
Leguo for vascello,
Lumi for occhi, eyes. Palma for
ship.
mano, hand. Squilla for campanella, bell.
Unqua, unquanche, unquanco./or mai, ever.
Vate fur pi^ta, a poet. Viri for uomini.

themselves

I giovani sono via pi inclinati a' piaceri


allo studio; young people are more
inclined to pleasure than to study, Sec. &c.

che non

The limits
permit
nestly

me

of this short

to

grammar do not

be more diffuse

but

ear-

recommend

the idiomatical

to the learners to peruse all


sentences inserted in the

Dictionary, as this will greatly forward theii


progress in the Italian language.

ITALIAN AND ENGLISH

DICTIONARY.
PART

I.

pare, participle,
conj.
ititerj.

tell, Jell.

like

oi

Abb;

conjunction,
interjection.

d like

in open, oral.

rashl,,

r/c, tat.

Abbassato, pait.
,

towards

the

Willi; dolente
a morte,
grieved to death: a nome
(lei

R, in

the

name of

the

upon
a
crdito,
asptto a casa, 1
stay for you at hojne;
n tre giorni, in thres
days ; a for/a di braccia, by
strength of arms
.A;baca,/. a Icind of linen

Abbaiato, adj. barked, bayed


Abbaiatre, in. a barker; mal-

Abbaino,

t.

a dormer-mindoro

King;

.thall

Abballatdve, m. a packer
Abbalordire, to stun

da qui

Abbambagiare,

trust;

Abbasso, adv. below, down


Abbastanza, adv. enough
Abbate, m. abbot
Abbttere, to throw down, to
abate; abbtter la vela, to
abbttersi, to
meet rvith s'abbat i dire,
strike the sail

trim
with cotton
yioning
Abbandonamnto, m. abanAbbandonare, to forsake, ijuit,
give over abbandonarsi, to
give one's self orcr abbandonarsi a
to quilt, to

diminished.

declint

dicnte, a slanderer

he happened to say
Abbattimnto, m. weakness,
faintness abbattimnto del;

A badssa, /.

an ahbess
Abate, m. an abbot
Abatone, m.'\a fat, a big-bel.
lied abbot, a rich abbot
Abazia,/ (badia) an abbey
!

cloud

Abbatuftblare,
cuously

to

mix promis-

Abbell.-ire, to please, beautify

s,

Abbellimnto, an ornament
Abbellire, to paint, adorn
Abbellito, adj.painted, adorned

Abbench,
AbbandonatOre, m. deserter
Abbandno, m. leaviiig, forsaking lasciare in abbandno, to leave at random

adv. although, not-

withstanding
Abbendre, to bend, to croma
Abbeverare, to water
Abbeverato, adj. wai

ng

Abbacinato, adj. dazzled; aria


abbacinata, a foggy air
A'bbaco, m. arithmetic
Abbadiire (badare), to mind,
take cate; abbda a te, take
care of yourself
Abbadssa,/. an abbess
Abbadia,/, an abbey
Abbagliamnto, i. dazzling,
Abbagliare,

to dazzle
Abbagliato,. a</;. dazzled

PART

atify

confns

Abbachiare, to be beat
[cian
with a pole
Abbachista, m. an arithmetiAbbacinamnto, m. dazzling
Abbacinare, to dazzle, ditn,

Abbglio,

I.

daxxlins

Abbarbagliare, to dazzle
Abbarbagliato, adj. dazzled
Abbarbicarsi, to hike rout
Abbarbicato, adj. taken mot
Abbarrre, to fasten rvith a
[aaarrel
bar
AbbaruiTTamnto, m. a scuifle
Abbaruffare, to scuffie, dispute
Abbassamnto, m. fall, dimi-

Abbicare

temi

[pU

abbietto d'ai

Abbiezine,/

abjection

Abbigliamnto,!
Abbigliare,
Abbigliato,

to

trimmed up

Ji (ieri/, Jie.'s

adorn, furnish
furnished,

part,

ACC

ABE
Abborrimnto, m. abhorrence,

AbbioscWre,

fo fall

abbios-

cidrsi, to be dejected

Abbisognare, to want, to he
indigent; abbisogna eh' io
vada. / mutt go
Abbasso, m. an ribi/sa, a boitomfess puJf, or pit

an

?i.

mutiny
Abbottonare, to button
AbbottonahSra, /. bullon and
[draughl

button-holes

Abbituinare, to cement
Abbiurdre, fo abjure
Abbiurazidne,/. abjuration

Abboccamnto,

nbhorrency
Abborrire, to detest, loath
Abborrfto, part, abhorred
Abbottinamnto, m. plunder
Abbottinre, in pillage, rob,
plunder;
abbottinrsl,
te

Abbozzamnto, m.

inter-

the first

Abbozzare, to sketch
Abboszta,/. a rde draught
AhhoziaUccio,adj.lialf-sketch-

Abboccre,

to fill

carsi, to confer

up

con qualcheduno,

: abbocabboccarsi
to have an

Abbozrato, part, begun


[ed
Abbf zo, m. the first draught
Abbracciaboschi, tn. honey-

Abbcccatdjo, m. the mouth of Abbracciamdnto, m. an


Abbocconttie, to cut iiery rmall
Abbollre, to abolish
AbboIiSidne,^. abolishment

Abbominbile, adj. erecralile


Abbominazio'ne, /. detestation
AbbaminiSre, to detest, hate

Abbominto,

pati,

detested,

adj.

abomina-

hated

Abbominvole,

Abbraccldre,

tn

embrace,

emto

include, to under
take: chi molto abbr<(cria,
nulla stringe, all grasp, all
abbraccer tutte le
lose :
mill
take all opporiunitiei

contain,

[ble

Abbominevolnrinte,

adv.

a-

Abhomindso, adj. dete-^table


Abbonacciamnto, m. a calm
Abbonacciare,

tn pacify; abbonacciarsi, to grow calm :


il mar s'abbonaccia, the sea

Abbonacciato, part, calmed


Abbonamnto, m. agreement
Abbonare, to mend abbonarsi,
;

Abbracciata, /. S,- .Abbrccio,


Abbracire, fo set on fire
Abbrancare, fn sunfch. grasp
Abbreviare, tn abridge
Abbreviatrfre, m. nbridger

Abbreviatura,/, abridgment
Abbreviaiidne,/. abbreviation
Abbrivare, fo be under may
Abbrividre, .S" Abbrivfdire,
to shiver
[or sun-burning

Abbronzamnto, m. crisping.
Abbronzare,

to

tan,

scorch.

Abilit, Abilitde, Sr AblU.


tite, ability, address, art,
gli fece abilit al pagare, h

gave him time

lo

pay

Abilitare, to enable
Abilitato, part enabled
Abilmente, cdv. cleverly
Abissdre, to precipitate
[hell
Abisso, m. ahyss, obscurity,
Abit.ibile, adj. habitable
Abitcolo, m. habitation
Abitante, adj. an inhabitant
Abitare, lo inhabit; abjure ua
palagio, to live in a palace
Abitato, part, inhabited
Abitatre, n-ho inhabits
AbitaJionclla,/. a small hout
Abitazine,/, an habitation

Abitvole, rtrfi fon?'enii<


A'bito, m. dress uso, use, cui;

Abituale, adj. hahitual


Abittialmnte, adv. habitrutlly
Abituare, to accustom; abituarsi, to accustom one's self
Abitua'to, adj. acciutomed

Abitdine,/ a habit
Ablativo, m. ablative case
Abolire, to aMish, annul, r
peal, annihilate
Abolito, adj. abolished
Abolizine,/ abolishment

Abominabile,

adj.

see

Abbo-

mindbile)
Aborrvole, adj. abominable
Aborrire, to abhor
Abortire, Abortire, Sf Abortirsi, to miscarry
[tivt
Abortito, adj. miscarried, nltor^
Aborto, m. a miscarriage
Aboslno, n. plum-tree
Abrogare, (e Abolire)

Abbondamnto, m. abundance
Abbondante, adj. abounding,
phntifnl

Abigeato, m. eattle-tiealiitg
Abigeo, m. cattle-stealer
Abile, adj. skilful

[tifully

Abrogazine,/ abrogation
Abbondantemente, adv. plen- Abbruciente, adj. burning
Abbondanza,/, plenty
Abbruciare, to bum
[ing Abrostine, and AbrosU'no, m,
Abbondanzire, vi. a victual- Abbrunamnto, m. a darken- - the niild vine
Abbrunire, 4" Abbrunire, to Abusare, abn.<ie, mitute abuAtibondrCre. to abound
burnish, to hum bromn
sarsi della pazinza, to put
Abbondvole, adj. plentiful
out of patience
Abbnistii5re, to singe
Abusivamente, adv. abusivenj
AbbondeTolrante, adv. plen- Abbrustolare, to crisp
:

tifully

[ously

Abbondosamnte, adv. copiAbbondoso, adj. copious


Abbonire, to' perfect; abbonirsi, to improve
Abbordare, to board a ship,

to

Abbrustolire, to loasl, scorch


Abbucinare, to deafen, to stun

Abusivo, adj. ahusix^e

Abuso, m. (raal uso) an abuse


m. yelloro marsh-

Abiitilo,

Abbuiiirsi. to

grom dark

Abburattare, to bull, or sift


Abburattare, m. a bolter
Abdicare, to resign
Abdicato, part, abdicated
Abdicazine,/, abdication
Abeced.-!rJo, m. the A, B, C
AbetXja, /. a mood, or forett
Abte, m. aJir-tree[ofJir-trtes

malloro
Abuzz.-lgo, m. a buzzard
Acngio, m. brank ursine
A'caro, i. a tick, handn-nrm

Acca,/ the letter H non vaia


un acca, wt worth a pin
Accadmia,/ an acaditny
;

Accademicamente, adv,
demically

ae-

ACC
jiccadSmico, an aendeynist
Accadere, to happen, come (o
press : come tal volta accade,
as it sometimes happens;
non accede che Toi mi dicirfte il
tell

bile, adj. accessible


iine.f. accession
Accsso, m. access, admittance,
aft
[sorily

accessori amnte, adv. accesIcce^sorio, adj. accessory. H


prmcipale e l'accessrio, tilt
principal and the accessory

contrario, you need nut


the contrartj

me

Accaduto, part, happened


[Hon
Accaffare, to snatch
Accagionamnto, m. imputa
Accagionare, to imptits
Accalapp:-e, lo catch in snare.
Accalorire, to heat

Acctta,/, an axe
"icrettbile, at'j. acceptable
iccettirc, to accept: accct(<?re
una lttera di cambio, lo ac-

Accatto, Accattatura,an</ A(
catterfa.
a loan: (also)

cept

Accalorato, part, heated

Accampamnto, m. encampAccampare,

to

un buon

make

accatto, to

enee

camparsi, to pitch one's camp

Accanalare, to flute
Accanalato, part, fluted
Accanare, A ccaneggire, an 'I

Accavalciare. <o ride a straddle


Accavalci.-Jto, part, sit a strad-

AccettToIe,
agreeably

Accettevolmdnte, adiK nnllAccetto, adj. grateful: far


opere acctte a Dio, io do

Accapacciamnto, m.

Acccggia.^ a nmodcnck
Acceleramnto, V Acielern-

Accapigliare,

ni.

blindness,

mistake

Accetfre,

Acchetato, part, appeased

[teeth
to

snatch

Acchiappare, to catch, to cheat


Acchiappato, part, caught
Acchiocciolarsi, to sit squat

ti'ith

za. hurry, haste

upon the

burning;

icciappindre, to do any thing


Acciarfno, i. (.?ee Acciaiuolo)
'cci-Jro, {see Accidie) poelicaHy it means a sword

Accennamnto,
Accennare,

beckon : to
stdto accen-

to nod,

Accider.tdle,

io

fall foul on one

adj.

sual

accidental,
[dentally

identalmnte, adv. acciAccidnte, m. accident, chance ;


per accidnte, by chance
Accidia, f. laziness, sloth
Accidiosamente, adn. lazily
Accidiso, adj. slothful, idle,.

Accarezzafo, part. flattered


Accarezzvole, adj. flattering,

Accasamnto, m. medding

m.

\cciaiud!o, a steel io strike fre


rvith
[hastily

whee-

Accamre, and Accanare,

to
[indisposition
nfJVoni, niroug,

pound
Accia'cco,

icceadimnto, m.

[die, caress
to flolter.

tail

Acciabattare, to cobble
Acciabattato, pari, cobbled
Acciacc-ire, to
squeeze

pretend; m'
nato, / had a hiut

allurements
Accr-reSfare,

acceptnVe,
[iu^ly

oCrod

man

fall together
AccapitoMre, to make head-

AccappiatiSra,/. slip knot


Accappondre, io make capons
Accapricfire, aitd Accapricciarsi, to be struck rvilhfear.

adj.

Accec-ire, to blind; I'amdre


accica I'udmo, love blinds i

to

bands for bnoK-s


Accap]iat<5io,/i. atinrfo/cMnt
Accappi^-e, to tie tvilh a run-

of exchange

dle
[thread upon bobbins
Accaviglidre, lo n-ind silk or

Accecamnto,

Iieavi-

bill

partial jtuigc
Accettazidne,/". acceptance

Accanire, to uncouple, (chase


[ly
term)
Accanitamente, adv. fur' Accannellare, to rvind
skein or bobbin
Accanto, adi: aside, vear

AccapeZj^re, to finish
Accapigliamnto, in. pluckim:
by the hair
[by the ears

Accettato, part, accepted


Accettatdre, m. an acceptor, a

good bargain
Accattne, iii. a hrggar

ntudre, io accent
Accentuato, part, accented
Accerchiare, to surround, to

go around

sluggard
[sorrnnr
Accigliamnto, m. sadness,
Accglidrsi, to frown
Accfgnersi, and Accingersi, to

Accasare, to begin house-keeping : accasarsi, to marry


Accasato, adj. married, settled
Accasciamnto, m. dejection

A ccerchielldre,

and rreakness
Accascidre, and

far, I promise io do it
tento, m. prefarnt inn
Accerta; idne,/ assurance
Accileccdre, to allure, io deAccertello, a kesirel (a bird of
ceive with vain hoptt

Accascijfrsi,

and dejected
Accastellamnto, m. the quarto be dehilifaled

ter

deck

Accatarramnlo, m. a cold
Accatarrdre,

take cold
.Accatarrdto, part, n-ho has got
^

^acold

to
.

to

hoop
[Hon
confirma-

Accertamnto, m.
vcrrant;

v' accerto

che

Accessamnte. adv. eagerly


Accso, pari, kindled; accso
........ ,..
d'amore, inflamed n-ith love
S.

--one's

Io

self

Accento, adj. ready


Acc'd, adv. (accioch) thai, io
the end that
Acciottolare, /ofci'eMc rcjJ
|

rvHli flints

AS

ACC

ACC
AccompagnatiJre, companion,
one who accompanies (in

io

ad uno,

c.-irla

accocput a trick

'Lccordatura,

[niiy

sic)

munamnto,

commn-

accrdo, to

tiotch;

lo

Aacoccolrsi, to stonp dorvn


Accodarsi, tofilhni dose

[daiion

nienthj. politely

Accorgere,

Lcconciamento. m. accommoLcconciare, /.<./!/ : totnend; to


make ready acconciare il
capo, to dress the head ac-

Accorgvole, adj. crafty

conciarsi, to dress one's hair,


and t; be reconciled
[perly

Accorgimnto, m. foresight,
capacity

Accrrere, io run, io iasten;


crrer dietro, io pursue

a kind reception
Accjjliere, to receive, entertain to assemble
Accoglimentaccio, m. cool re:

Lcconciatore, m.'a mender


Acconciatrice, /. milliner
Acconciatura, /. the ornament
perder
\>f a rvoman's head

Accorrumo,

l'acconciatura, to miss one's

Accoglitre, m. receiver
Acclitc, m. acolyth
Accollare, to embrace; accollarsi un debito, io take upon
one's self another's debt

AccolpiSto, all), criminal


Accoltellare, '<o strike with a
[knife
knife
Accoltellata,/, a thrust jvith a
a'lj.

j-a-

received;

[Hon

irtare. io shorten

addicted

e tate, consider nhat you


: far accorto, io forewarn :
corto sene, he perceiving it

Acconsentiranto, m. consent
Acconsentire, to assent
chi
;

Accostamnto, m. approach
knock down
Accoppiamnto, m. copulation
Accoppiare, to match accopAccoi>pre,

Accostante, adj. supple, pliant: vino accostinte, pedo-

io

io approach; accostarsi, io come near


Accostatra./. conni-ciion
Accostvole, adj. accessible
Accsto, prep. near io
Accostumare, io tise : accos
tumrsi, io inure one's self

Accostare,

Accommezzirsi,

togetl
to unite in the

Accoppiatura,/. conjnnctio?i

Accoramnto, m. heart-grief
Accorare,

to grieve at heart
Accor.-tto, pari, grieved, vexed

lefve ofourjriends

Accommiatato,

part.

Accortzza,/, circam-ipection
Accrto, adj. wise, prudent,
'
'Kf'y; state accrto quel

Accncio, m. advantage
incio, adj. mended, dress-

Accomandagine, /. protecAccomandare, to recommend


accomandarsi, to recommend
one', self

interj. help

Accortamente, adv heedfully


Accortamnto, m. shortening

.-

Accoglimnto, m. reception

thered

make friends
make sensible;

to

accorgersi, to perceive; accorgersi del suo errre, to

Accoglinza,/. >eceplion; fare


accoglinza, io male; one

Accolto,

Accorda-

(see

mnto)
Accordvole, adj. that

may be
agreed, tuned, proportioned
Accordo, m. agreement, liar-

.Acciuga.^: anchovy
Accivire, iti furnUhyio procure
Acclamare, io exclahn
.Vccoccre,

Accordatre, m. mediator
Accordatrice,/. mediatrix

Accostumatamente, adv. chsiomarily

Accoratio, . disaster
Accorazine, /. (ice Accora-

Accostum4to, adj. accustomed,

mnto)
[ing
Accorciamnto, m. a shorten-

Accotonare,

good, honest, virtuous

to nap cloth
Accomodbile, adj. that
Accorcidre, to shorten, to di- Act-otonatre, m. he who naps
cloth
be accommodated
minish
[iarily
Accorciatamnte, adv. sur
Accomodamnto, n. an ag
meni far l'accomodamnto Accorciato, ]>art. shortened,
bridged
d' una querela, io make up
Accozzamnto, m. striking
Accordatre, m. abhrerialot
a difference
one against another
Accomodare, to amend, to a- Accoreiatura, J', decreasing
accomodarsi, to sii Accordamnto, m. Sr Accor- Accozzare, io butt at, like
sree
rams, to meet
dnza,/. agreement in tune
down, or in be reconciled
;

AccoraodatamiSnte, adn.

suit-

Accreditare, io give aredii

(in music), also conformity

cre<Utrsi, to get

Accomodato, adj.
of

attendants,

A crompagndre,

to

accompagnarsi,
panion. partner

accampani-

accompany
a com
[panied

Accompagnato, part, accom-

ac

creditable

trair,

io be

a name

Accreditilo, adj. responsible,

suitable

Accompagnamnto, in.

Accrescere, to increase
Accressmnto, m. improve
meni, addition
Accordate, m. the harmony <>f Accresciuto, adj. increased
all the parts in a picture
Accudire, to dispatch, to takt
Accordato, adj tuned, agreed

Accordatamente, adv. unanimously

j
'

ACQ

ADA

Accumulare,

in treasure up
j\ccumulatamnte, adv. abun-

danthj

Accumulato, heaped together


mento, m. and Accuraulanza, /.

accumulation,

heap,

ceuratdmeute, adv. diligently, exactly

a,/.

Accusare,

c<

?,

to accuse,

dilig,

impeach

ow

confessarsi colpvole, tn

one'sfauU
Accusativo,

Accusato

[cru
VI. the accusaliv
part, accused

Accusatre, m.

accuser,

in

former

Acqua

ADD

rdsa, or rosata, /. rest-

Acquartierarsi,

ic

take a lodg

Acquarzente,/. anua vifce


Acquatico, adi that lives in
water
[wine and wate,
Acquato, adj. vino acquato,

Acquavfta,;,,W'^/"Jer
Acquavite,/, brand.,
Acquazzne, a great shorcer
Acquerccia,/. ewer
Acquerllo, m. water-colour
Acquerei l.-ire, to paint in waAcquetta./. ,uine mixed with
Acquiclla,/, rivulet

Acquidtto,

a.jutduct

cd,

hj: bitterly, cruelly, too soon

Acquisto'

can ht

Adattamnto,

!. and
t.-inza,/. application,

tng, aptness
Adattante, ad), one
Adattcire, to 'adapt,

addat

Adatadapt[dapt-s

who
to

u-

fit;

i,

dar.

Addat
Addat. _.

"p'/.'y

ted

Addar.si, ,

Addaziare, <Lv<axi,o
Addebolfre, to weaken
Addebolimnto, m. weakness

Addecimare,
!.

Acquietare, to appease, pacify


Acquisizine, /. and Acquisacini

to lay,

the tithe

A<ldentare,

or gather

Ithe teeth
upon rvitk
iiif, bitten
to leave toothing

to seize

Addentato, part,
Addentellare,

ol,.

Acerbarante, adv. ohslinate-

Acerbzza,/, sourness.shyuess
Acerbitide,
and

Adasprfi-e,JoproioA:e
Adastiire, to envy
Adattbile, adj. that

Addt.

",'

..,.,

,.

,,.<,..

cafe; addestrarsi, to exercise,


practise
[usher

Acerbit,

Addestratre,
,

a gentleman-

adj. adjacent

Addi..,
addietro, J
addietro, t.

''^.fsharpne

Acroterio^

Acto, m. rine^'ur
Acetsa./, ssrrel fan herb J
Acetoslla,

Acetosit,

/.

pretty

Acetositade,

aiid

Acetositilte,/. acidity
A'cido, adj. sharp, sour
A'cino, m. the kernel

A'cori,

m. ringworm
/. water ; acqua soracqua

gnte, spring nmter

Addiniandare.^nrfemanrf, ask,

Iw

addimandare una grazia, te


"Javonr addimandiirsi,

^'^S

Acume, m. point, quick wit


Acutamente, adj. smartly
-"spondere

Aquacedrta,/ lemonade
Aquacchiare, to groiv weak

acutamente,

Addio, adieu, farewell


Addirimptto, prep facing

irill Vi
It

fevc,

ad Antonio, to
d uno ad une
Adacq"amiUo, m.^^w/e'rin
Adacquare, to water
Adacquato, part, watered
Adagiare, lo accomodale
adagiarsi, to be slow, to tak
'

Acquacela. J', muddy water


Acquafrte,/, aquafortis

'

ne)

qf a
grape
Acnito, m. rveifs bane
Acunzia,/. the darting serpent

Acqua,

nacles

salad.

AAA^L'^"m"da""^
Adagio, adv. letsurely, slnwiu
Adamante, m. a diamond

ADD
mhellis'i

ADO

ADI

addobbare

una ^ddottrinamnte,
I

0(^1'.

learn-

Addobbato, pati, adorned


Addottrinato, pflirt. imtruded
dress: Adduare, to double
[lege, cite
Addobbo, m. ^finery
addbbi di casa, houtehold Addurre, to brinir, coni-ei/, alAdeguare, to make equal, even,
Addolcimnto, m. mitigation.
to compare, to balance an ac;

Addolcire, to sn'eeten, anften, Adeguatamente, adv. equally


alleviate : temperare, to rule. Adempibile, adv. feasible
Admpiere, to accomplish, JiAddolcitivo, adj. lenitive
Addolcito, part, sweetened
Admpimnto, ni. accomplishAddolorare, to prieve: add
Ademp.'re, to fulfil, to execute

Adempitre. m. who executes

Adempiuto,

Addolorato, pari, affihied


Addomandare, to send for

Addomesticamnto,

i.

Adtntro. urfc. inwardly; trdppo

fan,

iiariiy

tame; a
befamilia
Addomesticatre^ m. he w

Addomesticdre,
domesticarsi,

part, fulfilled

to

to

adntro,

,^00

yartn

Adntro, adv. within


Adequare, (see Adegudrc)

Adequatamnte, adv. exactly


rispondere adequatamnte, to give a right an-

equal

disptto, prep,

tpite

of

Adito, l. (accesso! access; St


avr mai 1" adito di serrirla,
la servir, if ever I have the
opjMrtunHy to serve you, I

Adiunzinc,/ addition
Adiutre, m. helper, protector
Adizine, f.
t-rm)

accession

(law
[ogle

Addocchiamnto, m.
Adocchiare,

a' look.
to gasc, to stare

dolescnte,

>i.

a young'man

Adolescnza,/ youth

Adombramnto, m. shade
Adombrare, (ofluscdre) to overshadow, to shade, to fancy :
adombrarsi, to start back fur
fear
part, shaded
A dombrazine, /. a shade
A donare, to lower, to subdue,

Adombrato,
-

[spile

ss

adv. (a disptto) in

Adequato, adj. proportioned


Adequazine.^' equality
Addop}>iamnto,m. redoubling Aderbare, to feed witn^rass
Addoppiare, to donile
Adernte, adj. adhering, faAddopi'.iato. part, doubled
Addopjiiatura,/. re^^uubling
Addoppio, adv. doubly

[m. adherence

AdernSa.y. and Aderimnto,


Aderire,

to

adhere

Addormentamnto,!. slumber Afitaie.


Aildormenlare,

to lull in sleep,
to decoy, amuse ; addormentarsi, to fall asleep : lascidrsi

addormentire dalle
ghe,

lusin-

to lujjer oiu's self to be

deceived

Addormcntdto,

Addossamnto,

adj.

sleepy.

trouble, toil

Addossare, to lay upon one's


back; addossare la colpa ad
uno, tu lay the blame on another addossarsi la cwra d'un
,

to entice; i sensudli
lasciano facilmnte adescare, sensual men are easily
allured
Adsscdto, part, allured
si

Adescatre, m. and Adescatrice,/ a wheedler


Adesine,/, adhesion
Adesso, adv. non., at this instant; ddss' adesso, by aiid
by
[hand
A destra, ado. on the right
Adetto, I. an adept
[dering
Adiacnte, ndj. adjacent, bar-

nego'cio, to take upon one's Adiacenza,./', an adjacent pic self the cart of an nJTair
Adidntt
maiden hair (a
.
Addosso, adv. upon one's back ;
l'abito che ho addsso, the Adimdre, to lower, to descend
clothes I have on : mtter le
dio, adv. adieu, farewell;
unghie addosso, to lay hold;
dire a dio, to take leave

Adontdre,

to insult, to ojiiud.

Adoperamnto, m. usage
Adopeidre,

to

use,

employ:

adoperdrsi, to interest one's


self; voglio adoperarmi per
voi, / will speak in your be-

half
Adoperatre,

to. i7io

employs

Adoperazine,/ use

A doppiamente,!, drowsiness
Adoppiare, to give opium
Adoppiato, HI. an infusion of
Adordbile, adj. adorable
Adorare, to adore, worship
Adoratre, m. and Adoratrice,
/. adorer
A doratri o, m. a temple

Adorazine, /. and Adoramnto, i. adoration


Adordindrsi,

to get rea-ly

Adornamente, adv. elegantly


Adornamnto, m. ornament,
[finery
Adomdre, to adorn

Adomatamnte,

adv. 'neatly.

elegantly

Adomdto, part, \adomed


Adomatrc, m. and Adomatrice.f. one who adorns
anger, provoke; Adomatra, and AdomzZa,

mtter rocchio addsso, to A'Aipe,m.fat


cast an eye ; non ho dandri Adipso, adj. full iffat
addsso, / have no money Adiramnto, in. anger
about m.t

tenre addosso Adirdre, to


:
alcuna cosa, any thing at
adirdrsi, to be angry
/. decking, trimtning, elegance
Addmo, to. ornament
one's own expense
Adiratamente, adv. angrily
Adrno, adj. adorned, etnbelpart, brought or put Adirato, adj. angry
lished
Adire, to accept an inheritance,
forward
[against Adottamnto, m. adoption
AddottonSre, to take the highest
(law term)
or doctor's degree
dirimptto, facing, ovtr- Adottare, to adopt
AdctUtivo, adj. adopted
Addottorato, part, having ta- A diruto, adv. straightly
ken a degree
A dimisra, adv. beyond mea- Adottatre, m. and Adottatrice, f. one rvho adopts
Addottrindre, to instruct
sure, immoderately

Addtto,

AFF

AFF

Adottato, adj. chosen, adopfei


AdottazJdne./. adoption
Adottivo, adj. belonging to a-

A due a due, adv. ttvo and two


Aduggiamnto, m. a hurtful
tjmde

^shadc

AFP

Affabilmnte.adt). courteously, Affatichvole,


and AffaUcdso,
kindly
Aftaccendrfrsi, to be busy
Afi'accendiito, adj. busy
Affaccettare, iu facet, to cu
facet n'ise
[,or,
Affacchinare, to do porter\

Aduggire, to hurt plants by


to make,
Adulante, adj.Jlattering
iftaccidrsi, to look o
Adulare, tojlattcr, to fawn
..ffaldare, to fold, pi,
Adulate, part.Jfatteicd
AiTamare, to famis.
Adulatre, m. ^u7id Adulatn'ce,

f flatterer

fa sorceress

myfaith

Aftcmnamnt

AfTbrmare, to uffirm^assert"'
Afrennativamnte, adv. I'osilively

Adultera,/, adulteress
Adulterare,
to
counterfeit
forge, adulterate
Adulterato, pari,
mingled.

'

^''^'(^^i'ijo, adj.

Afl_ermatre,

Adulteratre, m. adulterer
Adulteratrfce,/. adultress

Adulterazine,/, cnrruvtio
'
Adultrio, ,. advllery
Adltero, m. adulterer
Adnltfvo, adj. growing
Adulto, adj. at full "age

A itatturatrfce,

Affazzor.amnto, m. ornavient

Am, adv. fai,


1

Adulatrio, adj. fiat ter ing


Adulazine, j: Jl-atteri/, adu

Affatto, adv. quite, entirely;


sono afiatto guarito, / am
_rjKfecih/ recovered
^iffatttirdre, to bewitch, charm
Affatturatre, m. a tnagiciait

vi.

airmative
he tvho af.

Affermazine,/, assertion

Aftrr.-irc, to holdjast, catch


Affettare, to cut to pieces hramare, to hunger o.fter af;

Affannato,

fettare

adi.

tressed

parlar Tfcano, to
speak Tuscan
Affettatamente, adv. with afil

affect io

"^
'

adulta, luarriageahle

Adunrfuza,/. avd
to, H.

Adunamn-

assembly, congrega
issemhle together

Adu.

./

Z,adj.

(see

Adunatr,

AdunaSine, m. (see Adi


mento)
Aduncare. to bend, crook

Adunco,

ndj. hooked, crook

Adunghiare,

to

take in c

Adiinque, covi. then, therel


Adustre, to burn, and criAdustzza, and Adu.stiune

Adustivamnte, adv. drily


AdustiTO, adj. drying, scorchtug
Adusto, adj. dry, scorched
Aere, m. (aria) the element
of

Areo, adj. airy, ethereal


Aerimante, m. he who div.

Afatu
Affabile, aaj. ojiahle, courteous
Affabilit, Ai^abilitdde,
and
Affabilit^te,/.

Affascinatre

aSectio:

AGE

AFF

AGG
Agerolmnte,

tome noie; Tolto afGIto,

AfTortificire, to fortify

_n>ii:face

Afforzamnto. m. fortification

Affilatura,/, an edge

Afforzare, to fortify
Affinamnto, m. perfection, re- Affossare, to moat round
Affossatore, m. a grave-digger
Affinare, lo refine, rvhet, sharpen AffraKre, to nreahen
Affrancare, to make free : afAffinatrfio. m. a crucible
francarsi, to take courage
Affinature, m. refiner
Affrancato, part, freed
Affinch, conj. to the end that
Affine, atlj. 'a coimn, a kint- Affiangere, to break
Affranto, weakened, n'eary
Affratellamnto, m. AffratelAffinit,/. aff.nity, alliance
lanZa, /. intimacy, famiAffiocamnto, m. and Affioca|

Affiociire,

liarity
[Ihers
Affratellarsi, to live like broAffreddare, to make cold, to
grorv colder; affreddarsi, to
catch cold
Affreddto, part, grown cool

grow

to

f-iow weak
Affiocato, part,

hoarse, to
[gttishing
hoarse, lan-

Affissamnto, nu staring

and Affisare,

io stare
III
attaccare, to stick
Affisso, a -f /. fastened,fixed

Affissa're,
:

Affittaiu(jio,

Affittare, to
Affittd

m. farmer
let, to

hire, to

len out

<

I,

[lije

Agghiacciamnto, m. frost
Agghiacciare, to freeze, congeal, quake: agghiacciarsi,
to be frozen; mi s' agghiacci il sangue per la patir,
fear chilled my blood
Agghiacciato, adj. frozen
Aggliiaccio, m. a dote (for
sheep)
[ie

Agghiadamnto, m. benumb-

hastily.

speei

Agginocchi;

Affrettato, adj hastened


Affrica,/, .ijrica

A'ggio, m. agin, or change


-aggiogare, to yoke
Aggiogato, adj. yoked
fry
AftVontaranto, m. and Af- Aggiornamnto, . adjournfrontata, f. an attack
Affroi'.tare, to engage in front, Aggiornire, to appoint a time ;

cavallo daffitto, hncknev horse; pigliar ad affitto, '<o rent


AffiiVere. /.) afflici; affligersi,
to he afflicted

Affricano, m. an African

AWptteUare.

Afflittivo, adj. affiicling


Afflitto,
adj.
disajflicjed,
tressed
{tion

Afflizionclla,/ a

embellish

Aggettivo, m. a noun adjecAgghermi^liare, to hold tight

in. restraining
Agghiadfe, and Agghiadire,
AffrSnre, to restrain
to be benumbed
Affrettamnto, m. haste, hurry Agghiadato, pari, benumbed
with cold, wounded
take Affrettare, to hasten, make
Aggiacnia, /. places adja-

A^.:ttatamnte, adv.

'ho

easily,

Affrenamnto,

adj. let o,

>,

adt.

Agga-riinTe, to grasp
Aggelare, to make freeze
Aggelsimne,f freezing
-igsentilire, to enable, adorn,

to

to attack, provoke, or chalbe dayliglU


Affront^to, ad), attacked, af- Aggiornato, part, appointed
Aggiramnto, ni. and Aggifronted, almscd
[affer
rata, turning, going round.
Affrontatdre, m. who altackt
Affrnto, affront, abuse,
[en yvith stnoke Aggirare, to go about, to surrencnunler

little afflic-

Amzine,fsor'ow, grief
Afriuente, adj. abundant
Affluentemente, ade.
abun-

round aggirarsi, to wander,


Afflunza,/ abundance, plenty Affumare, to perfume, to darkAffocare, to set on fire
to lose one's way
Affumicamnto, m. and AffuAggiratre, n. and Aggira-'^^o^^^'-'ine. fstoppage of
micata, /. fumigation
trlce,/. cheat, deceiver
Affumicare, to smoke
Affoj;aninto, m. and Affoga- Affumicato, adj smoked
Aggiudicare, to adjudge, give
;

tura, f.

aftbi^Kr nell'

Affogato,
Affo!'

-Affuocare, (ce' .affocare)


Affusolare, to embellish, adjust
Afitto, {see Affitto)
[sUion

sujjbcalion, stran-

g ing
A ff i;;re, /o strangle,
r?;.

acqua,

to clioak;

to

drown Aforismo, m. aphorism, vropo.


Afrzza,/ sharpness
Afro. adj. sharp
Afroni'tro, m. aphronite
Agarico, m. agaric

AffoU
Affolt.-ire.

Affoltrsi, to rush

vpon.toeatgreulily
Affondninento, in.
sinking,

AffondUre,

|
'

AfTbrtiticam.into,

771.

vostra

fdiiia

aggigne per

[gate

A'gata,./'. (pitra prelidsa) aAgata,/. a needle-fidl

Aggiunta, /. increase, addiAggiuniloiie, /. and Aggiug-

Agente, m. agent, factor


Aggiustamnto, 711. agreement
Agente, adj. active
Agenzia. / agency
Aggiustare, to fit, to compound
Agevolamnto, m. facility
Agevolare, to facilitate
reconcile aggiusttre i conti
to settle accounts
Agvole, adj. easy to be done,
Aggiustamnte. cdv. in gooJ
swift, niriiblt
fortifica-

lo
sink; to he
drowned ; alla^re, to over[ginginto
fiom
Affondatara, /. sinking, digAffi5ndo, adj deep, hollow
Affndo, ndr. to tk bottom

Aggiugnere, and Aggingere,

Afretto. adj. souruh

strangled, stifled

Agtyol6zi.3,

f facility

AGN
AgpustatSza./. eracinets
AggiiistSto, part, adjusted
Aggobbire, to become liunch-

A ggrottfire,

to

frown

bucK-ed

4.ggomitoIre, lo

r.

clue, to entpti/ -Vggrumoldre, to hoard up


the sink nf
Aggruppamento, m. making a
a
,. ..ii;>
ship
Ag.iomitolato, part,
part. wound up
Aggottare, to pump water out -Aggruppare^ (.e Aggroppare)
Agguaglianza, /. nod A gguagafa ship

Aggradvole, adj. acceptable


Aggradire, to accept, to receive

hamnto, m.

equality, equity.

A'go, /. a needle
sola,

the

compass

ago ;da bus:


of a seuago da capo, a

needle

kintlhi questa casa in' ag- Agguagliare, to compare, In Agognare, to twist, to covet: In
gradisce, this hoise pleases
match agguaglidri,i, to comaspire
[dy
pare one's self
[ly AgognatiSre, m. desirous, gre'eAggradito, part, accepted
Agguagliatamnte,(Z</i). equol- Agdne, m. a large needle, a list
Aggraffare, and Aggraffire, -igguagliature, he who equals
for combats
Agguaglia/ione,/, uniformity Agonia, f. agony, horror
t clasp
Aggranre, to produce seed
Agguantare, to seine with quick- Agonizzante, adj. dying
Aggranchidre, to lienumh
Agonizzare, to he tit the point
Aggranchiato, part, benumbed -Vgguatdre, to lay in ambuswith cold
-igordio, m. needle maker.
Aggrancfre, to catch
sere In aggudto, to lie in
:

Aggrandimnto,

m.

prefer-

ment, advancement
Aggrandire, to enlarfre, advance one's self; gli udmini
of war
virtuosi
aggrandiscono -4gguindolamnto, m. winding
s'
colla loro propria virt-, men
to a skein, deceit, artifice
of learning raise themselves Aggustre, to give pleasure
A ghtta,/, litharge
by thAghtto, TH. a tagged point

Agnzzfno,m. a

species

ofbuck-

Agramnte. adv. sourly,

sf-

Agrste, adj. rural


Agrestezza^ ru.ttieity, acidity
.Agrestino, adj sourish
Agrsto, m. sour grapes man.
giar r agresto in giugno, to
spend one's rent brfore it is
:

Agiamnto,

ease, conveniency

Aggrapiiare, io,!
aggrapparsi, I,
Aggraticciarsi, I
Aggratiglidre, tc

Agrestme, m.

acidity, sharp-

Agrtto,
na.iturtium, cress
AgTtUn,a,li. sourish

Agrzza,/
cast

aggravdrsi,

dor,,;

to r,'rng one's self;

rare nella malattia,

.^l.aipui-.-s, tarine.^.,

peggio- Agibile, feasible


gron A'gile, adj. nimble,

to

-Agricoltura,/ husbandry
[swift Agrifglio, (alldro spinso)
.irtixe.

m-.

holly

Agilit, Agilitdde, and Agili- Agrigno, ad j. fierce, sour


tate, /. nirnbleness, srvift- Agrimensre, m. surveyor of
jury
[fully
laud
[ing
Aggraziatamente, adv. (;i
Agilitare, to render nimble
Agrimensura, /. land suroeyA'gio, m. ease, conveniency a Agrimnia, /. agrimony, c/r
Aggregare, to assemble,
tugethrr
[gnguted
vostr'agio, at ynur leiswe
se avr agio, if I can spare AgriOtta, /. agriot, (a sour
Aggregato, a a-tsembleil ag

Aggivio. m. impoaiiion, in-

.,

Aggregato, n. association
Aggregazione, /. and Aggrt
gamnto, in. admission int
Aggressre, i aggressor
AggreaZdre, to benumb,
freeze

AggrezSdto, part,
Aggrinzato,

aclj.

Aggroppare,

io

cherry)

Agrissimamente,
Agro. adj. tart,

[froze
benumlie.

'

most
;

Agrume, m. sharp fruita

wrinkled [up
knot, to

[sharplyadj.
so,',r

Aglia'ta,/. a t^urlic ragout


-Vglio, m. garlic

Agna,/.

{see

Agnlla)

-Aguaglidnza./. equaliti/

Aguarddre, to look sharp


Aguastdre, to spoil, watte

agre

AIU

ALI

Aguatdre,

to lie in nuii
.^guaulto, aJJ lyiri^ in ivAl
Aguatatre, Vn. insrmrer

AgucchiiSre,

set

Aguglia,/. an obeliak, a nee-

iizzatdre,

dogs to Jight,

m. Aii23trice,

instigator,

dle

al

one

to

pretend to more than one


ought
Albicante, and Alblccio, adj.
whitish
IbicBcca,/ apricot
Albiccco, m. apricot tree
Albiligstre, adj. as white as
a privet flower
Albo, adj. white
Albre, . ihe dawn of day
Albre, m. (albero) a'tree
Alborutto, m. rumour, commo-

/.

pro-

tvho

Agugliata,/, a needle-full

Agundre, (see Adunare)


Agra, and Agurla, /. a preAgutllo,

in.

a lack

{'age

AgutzSa,/. aharpnesx
AguZZaWre, m. a grinder
Aguzzatura,/, rvhetting
Aguzzino, ni. a tlave-keeper,

\1, to

ila,
d'

al

Re,

to the

King

nring, protection

primo clpo non cadel'

albero, Ihe tree will not fall


at the first strol^e ; andar sa
per le cime degli alberi, io

[provoke

ne

knit

io

she rvho helps

e, f.

ala

armata, the tving of an


; ala di remo, the blade

army

of an oar; ala d'una chiesa,


the aisle afa diurch tenrsi
su r ali, to stand upon one's
;

guard; far ala, to make


room star su 1' ala, to be
Just going
zata./, sharpness
Alabarda,/, an 6a//;fr<f
Albme, m. the white of an
Aguzzare, to sharpen, rvhet, Alabardiere, m. an halberdier
Alburno, to. a white hazelfile; aguzzar 1' ingegno., to Alabeistn'no, adj. made of alasharpen tte nil ; aguzzar
Alodldo, m. Alcade
baster
l'appetito, to whet the sto- Alabastro, m. alabaster

inspector
alayes

over

galley

Aguz2amnto, m. and Aguz-

.f. alacrilf/

Aguzfo,

ad. pointed, sharp: Alamanna,/, a kind of musaver l'occhio aguzzo, io be


[surtout
cat grape
clever, or cunninsc: ha I' Alamanno, m. a German, a
occhio aguzzo in questa sorte Alamaro, m. frogs (on a coat)
d' aliare, he is rveli versed in Alano, m. a large kind of
this
t of bus
English dog
Ah,
ah, alas! ah
Alare, m. an hand-iron
ggna,' ^/id fur sitarne! ali Alare, toj'asien on wings
lasso, alai :
Alatrno, m. privet (a tree)
Ai, to ai libri, to the books
Aldto, adj. n-iuged
Aia, /. barn, threshing-floor, Aiba,/ the dawn of day

chymy

Aine,

tx.

aine, io

Aia,

camp
aid,

to

lieve : Moii
M' aiti, I

help
si) lo

Alcuna
Alcuno,

me;
use,

re

assist,

ho nessuno che
have no one
aiutarci

make

Tolta, adv. sometimes


adj. somebody
to
spread one's

Alna,/, breath

['"ings

Alenamento, m. breath, breaUi-

ing
Albgine,/. whiteness
Alendre, to give or take breath
Albeggiamnto, m. lustre
Alepdrdo, m. leopard
Albeggiante, adj whitish
Altta,
Albeggiare, to dawn
o little wing; altte
de' pesci, .^ II*
Alberare, to set up: alber>ire
un lbero di vascllo, io set Alfa ed omega, the first and
the tasi
[eally
tip a mast; piantar diberi,
Allabeticam4ite, "" alphaltetito plant Ir--

Alfabtico, ad), alphabetical


Alfabto, m. alphabet

Iberato, p
lbercccav_

Albiccca, and Al-

Alfdna, /. a mate, (so called

Alberlla,/. aspen-free
little vast
Alberse,/, limestone
Albertto, m. a shrub
[go)

Altire, /. and Alfiro, m. ensign, standard-bearer, bishof


(at chess)

Allargamnto, m.

A'Igebra,/. algebra
Algebrista, m. algeltraisl
Algnte, adj. cold, freezing
A'igere, to freeze

n. (see

io

(servir-

use of

bird)

Aleggiare,

andar Albana,/, a white grape


Albatro, m. albatross fa bird)
wander about

Aiutare,

Albagia,./', ostentation, pride


Albgio, m. a kind of coarse
cloth
Albagiso, adj. proud

vagabond;

Alta,/, help fin poetry)


Aitante, adj. courageous, vi
goroas
Aiulo, m. a bird-net
Aiutante, m. assistant
aiu
tante maggire, an adju
taxU in a regiment: aiu
tante di campo, aide- de

[tic

Alcine, m. alcyon fan aquaAlcordno, m. the alcoran


Alcdvo, m. an alcove
Alcunamente, adv. by no

Aim, interj. alas!


Aio. m. governor, tutor

of alchy

trick

Alchemico, adj. belonging to


alchymy
Alchimista, m. alchymist
Alchimizzare, to practise al-

any Alberello, m. a

thing
Afutatlvo, adj. serviceable
Aiutato, adj. helped
..aiutatre, m. Aiuiatn'ce, /.
helper
Ahito, m. aid, assistance:
'

aiuto, aiuto, murder, murder ; il vostro libro m"


stdto d" aiuto, your ook has
oeen useful to me

Alga, and Aliga,/, sea-weed

(see Allier-

Albergdre, io lodge, lo dwell


Albergato, pari, lodged
AlheTg!Ltre,m.host,inn-keepei
AlbOrgo, n. imi, lodgings

Algre, m. hard frost, cold


Alberino, m. a shrub
Algso, adj. full ofsea-weei
A'ibcro, m. a tree: dlbero di Alia,/, wmg of a build7ig
vascllo, the mait qf a thip .Aice,f. anchovy
I

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ALL

ALL
dre allato, to sit h^
allato, hard by ; nulla

Alidamente, adv. drly

AUenhile, adj. alienable


Alienare,

to fiart vith; alienarsi, io rvithdra.; io part

Alien;!to, adj. alienated,


dering, straj/ed

wan-

Alienazine,/, separation, dii


traction, alienation (cession
cf one's property)
Alino, adj. foreigner; robba

enemy
winged
Alimentarnto, m.food
contrario, averse,

Aligero, adj.

Alimentare, to nourish, feed


Alimentrio, m. alimony
Alimentiito, pari, kepi, maintained

Alitici, adj. dnj


Alidre, {see Aridit)

[sustenance

al-

lato alle obligazini che


profsso, it is a trifle to wh,
I owe you
[of a child
Allattamnto, m. the sucking
Allattante, /. a nurse (who
suckles)
[to suck
Allattare, to suckle; poppare.

Alleanza,/, confederacy
Alleato, adJ confederate, allied
Allefirrirsi, to strike root

Allegagine,/ Allegamnto,
i. {see Allegazine)
Allegare, (citare) to allege,
quote, produce ; (also) to form
a confederacy
Allegato, adj. ally, confederate
AUegatre, r?i. Allegatrlce, /.

Allegazine,/, quotation

Alimnto, m. nourishment, Alleggerimnto, m.


Alimentso, ad nouiishing
fort
AliOsso, m. a cockle
Aliqudto, adj. an aliquot part

relief,

com-

Allettante, adj. alluring


Allettare, to allure, entice.
Allettativa, /.

and Alletatfvo,

\llet
er.iic,

Alletvole, adj. alluring

Allevamnto, m. and Allevatdra./. education


Allevare, to bring up, train
foster; i
to

Alleviamnto, n

relief, c

fort
Alleviare, fo relieve, alleviate:
alleviare il dolre, <o u*a-e
a pain
[ed
Alleviato, adj. eased, appeaaAlleviatre, m. comforter.

AU:A-Aza,f- an alliance
Aliso,m.(venti alisi) the traile
Allibire, to become pale through
Alitare, to pant
[winds
AlitjCre, m. panting, shortAllibrare, to hook
breathing
ically
A\Ue\Axsi, to grow up
A'lito, m. breath ; far buon Allegrico, adj. allegorical
lito, to sweeten the breath, Allegorista, m. an allcgorist
Alligatre, m. alligator
to va-)our, fume, steam
Allignare, to take root'.
Allegorizzare, to allegorize
Alivelce, adj. trvift-winged
Allindare, and Allindare, to
Allegramente, adr. joyfully
Alia, /. a public place, false)
star allegramente, io be merry
embellish ; allindarsi.
an ell (measure)
Allegrante, adj. cheerful
adorn
self
Alia, to the; alia casa, to the Allegritre, and Allegrarsi, to Allindatre,
an embellisher
house ; alia budna, adv. inAllineare, to draw up in line
genuously
alia Francse, Allgratfvo, adj. recreative
[chattering
of battle
Allegrzza, /. joy; giomd d' Allinguato,
praitling,
after the French fashion
adj.
Allacvole, adj. entanf^led
allegrzza, rejoicing day
Allividimnto,
m. lividity
Allacciamnto, m. tlte art of A\iegria,f.joy,glad7ies3
(black and blue)
Allgro, adj. merry
Allividire, to grow black and
;

Allenire,

woman

to

decay,

to

assuage

[toninf:

Allacciatura, f. binding, but- Allenito^ adj. softened

AUagamnto, m. and Allaga- Allen

AUagiSre,

to

lentzza,

Allampanato,

a,]),

thin

Allargamnto, 7)i. ampliation


Allargare, to enlarge, ampliallargare la mano, to
fy
vse lilieralitu: allargar il
frno alle passini, fo gratify
the passions
[plijied
Allargato, adJ. enlarged.
Allargatre, in. entarger

slow-

llentare, to loosen ; allentar


la briglia al cavallo, to let
loose the reins to a horse;
allentar la voce, to stop one's

Allentatilra,/. a rupture
'

Vllen-- s, to
bi
Allessamente, m. boiling
Allessare, to boil
AUestare, and Allestire,

Ano^'AuClgVi,
prep,

''

overflow

AUagdto, part, overflowed


Allampanare, to rage with

'^"

Alia, Alle,

to, at

Alloccire, to lie in wait


AUoccherta,/. the owl's holes
Allocco, m. an owl, a booby
Allodiale, adj. allodial (free)
Allodialita,/. allodialiiy

'

Alldio, m. allodial (any thing


free)
illdola,/. a lark
Allegagine, ,/'. and AUoga-

Allogare, to

let, to

fan

allo-

iogatre, m. landlord
Alloggiamnto, m. inn, lodg'
allestirsi, io prepare
ing levar gli alloggiaipenti,
to march off"; alloggiamnto
[ready
adj. prepared, got
di soldati, soldiers' quarto

Allarmare, io alarm
,
Aliar
Alletair.re, io dung [ticemeni
ters
"'"'
' -'.o,m.alturement,enAllat
adu.
about; se- '
Alloggiaute, adj. a lodscr
,

ALT
Atlosgiire, to lodge; star di
casa, to dwell
Alloggiatre, m. host, initkfeper
Alloggio, (see Alloggiamnto)
AilogliSito, adj. stupid
AUoTitanamiito, n. itnd
lontananza, f. distance, remoteness
Allontanare, to remove, to
drift amay allontanarsi, to
go from: allontanarsi dalla
virt, to forsake virtue allontanarsi dal vero, to be
dalla
allontanarsi
false

fox's

infdmie, u>m he pridi him

falling of the

evil, the

self in

Alpe,/, the Alps


ous, rocky: parle alpstri,

Alpigho, adj. K'ho inhabits the


Alps

some friends

alquantiinc

str.ida, to lose one's vay ;


alloTrtanarsi dalla patria, to
alfly from one's conrUry
lontanrlrsi dal suo soggtto,
to rambUfrom the stibject
:

te cast

Allda,/, sheep's lenther


Alludente, a,,';. aUuding
Alludere, to allude to
Allumare, to set fire to
AlluminaJine,/. (sec Illuini-

(Sod

Almighty

terrsi
2ngry
treble
Alteratamente, adv. furiously Altramente, adv. otherwise
Alterato, adj. changed, al- Altres, adv. also, too, likete red
wise
io ho altresi riceAlterazine,
/ alteration, vuto una lettera da lui, /
likewise received a letter from
Altercare, to wrangle, chide,
Altrettale, adj. such another,
Altercazine,/. chiding, alterthe same thing
Altrettanto, adv. as much, as
Alterzza, Altierzza, and Alterfgia, / ostentation, pride,
altrettanto ricco che voi, /
insolence, arrogance
wish I was as rich as you
Alternamente, adv. by turns
Altri, proH. other
Altemiire, to turn, to vary
Altrich, adv. (see Altroch)
:

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Allungare, to lengthen
Allungato, adj. lengthened
Allungatura,'/ prolongation
Allupare, to starve tvilh hunger
Allusing^re, to flatter
[enei
Allusine, /. allusion, refer-

m.

ii

Alloppio, nt. any thing that


causes a profound sleep
Alldra, adv. then, at that time ;
d'allra in qua. since ; allra
allra, ai the very time
Allro t. the I rrl-tr
Allucignoldre, to trri
Allucignarsi, to mistiiKe

.Altissimo,

chii

'-o.a'lj.re--^

Alloppiare,

your

Mthiidme.f. height
* "-vol.inte,
Altalenare, to swing
adj. any thing
Altaleno, m. a srving gate
,t flies very high
Altamente, adv. on high jirc
Alto, adj. high, tall pi alto
fondamente, deeply ad alta
di me, toller than I: alto
vote, loud nobilmente, noraare, high sea: voce alta,
bh), generously, splendidly
loud voice; di alto, from
A\tina.,f. a turret
above umo d' alto sapere,
Altare, m. altar
a man of great learning;
Alta,/ a sort ofmallon's
pericoloso, dangerous, haAlterbile,
alterable,
zardous ; panno alio, broad
adj.
changeable
cloth ;
mirare in alto, to
Alteramento, m. (see Alteralook above far alto, to halt
far alto e basso, to do as
Ai X
/_ _,/._ change; alone pleases alto, (in music,

'"

much honoured with

Altifronduso, adj. tvilh a tufted


top
Altiioninte, adj. (see .Sonro)
Altissimamente,
adv.
very
highlii, most deeply

Altalna, /. a srving for

pom-

poso, splendid, magnificent,


noble: io vo altiro" delle
grazie che ho ricevute da
voi, / think myself ,;er.y

Alpstre, ndj. mild, mountain-

W-

infamy!

his

'

Alternativa,/, alternative
AItri.n, adv. the day before
Alternativamente,
by
adv.
yesterday
turns
Altrimnti, adv. otherwise,
Alternativo, adj, by turns
else : non altrimnti, just
Alternazine,/, redoubling
Allusivo, adj. allusive
Altro, and Alter.io, adj. Altro, pron. rei, other, an
Alluvine,/, alluvion
proud, scornful, disdainful
A\m^,f the soul (in poetry)
Altzza, /. height, loftiness
Almanaccare, fo build catties
una statua dicci piedi d'altzza, a statue ten feet high
Almanacco, m. almanack, caprofondit, depth ; potixa,
Almanco, and Almno, adv.
power; sublimit, sublimity
Altzza, /. highness: S. A. R.
Almirdnte,
admiral,
the
or Sua .A.ltez2a Reale, his
an
royal highness
Almo, adj famous, excellent
Alticcio, adj. tipsy
Alci, m. aloes, (a kind of herb) AUieramnte, adii, proudly,
aloes fa shrub J
I

I
'

Alopecia, and .Alopzia, /. the

come

AMA

AM E

adv. tomenhcrt elte

Amiizonp,/.' amazon, a

tvar-

iffbio, adj. ampliitjiout

Amino,

' -nto, m.spotless


amianthus,

Ambage,^' preambles
Ambasceria,/ emluissy
AlTcdrio,
[ru
a canal, the bed ofc

Alveir

Hid

bee-h

m
AWmo.

adj.

Alunno,

from the Mh,


and Alunna, /

wi.

Ah.o"m. the beli/


Alzia,/, u cu Wf
Alzare, to raise,

Ambifscia,

lift

up

to

pant
:

advance

to

some

so,

full of grid-

</J.

mbdbsi

up

one's voice ; alzar


!e carte, to cut the cards ;
alzarsi, to rise up
Alzato, part, risen
Alzatura,/. lifting up
ajjiciionafe.
Ani.-ibile,
adj.
to

lift

both

chevole,
endly

nlmente, adi: amifritndly ; vi parlo

cably,

embassy
messggio, message
/.

alzar le vle, to hoist Ih.


alzar uno a qualche
sail
digiiit, to

ui/;

of

AmbasciadiSre.m. ambassador
Ambasciadortzzo, m a deputy
Ambasciadrlce, /. ambassa-

Ambascidre,
Ambasciata,
to

shortness

/.

amichevolmente, I speak

gallant

ambe

mani,

le

both

to

amicizia, jf'. friendship, amity


.mico,
m. friettd ; amico
strtto,
an intimate, a
;

amica

(amntel

fido. m. starch

Amistde, and Amis-

hands

Ambedue, Ambediii, Ambi-

friendship. alliance

duo, p,on. bolh


camnto, m. a conAmbiante, adj. ambling
Ambiare, to amble
Ambidestro, adj. ambiderter
mild(who
uses
both
hands
alike)
Amabilit,/, affability,
Ambidiie, Ambidi, Ambi- Ammacchidrsi, to hide one's
[ed ly
duo, pron. both
Amabilmnte, adv. amiably,
self beh ind a bush
Ambiente, ni. circumference, Animaestramnte, adv. learn.
friendly

Amaca,/, a hummock
A madre, m. a lover
AmadOtta,/ a kind of pear

Ambife-uita,/. double

Amaglidre,

Ambiguo,

'

to heat.flax

"

uialgamation

Ambipuamtnte,
doubtful;

aJv.'~ ambi-

meaning

ambig,ws,

adj.

Ammaestrare,

udmo ambiguo.

try)

\algamate

tenderly

Amanunse,
Amardccio,

to

Ambito, m. cabal
Ambizidne,/. ambition
Ambiziosamente, adv. ambi-

a copier

adj. disagreeable,

hitter

Amaramente,

Ambio, m. amide
Ambire, to aspire

[man

tiously

[grievously

Ambizidso, aj. an ambitious

bitterly.

Ambo, pron. (see Ambe)


Ambedue, Ambodo, pron.

adi)

Ambra,/, ar^iler
[bath
Ambracanto, adj. perfumed
'

with ambergris

Ambracane, m. ambcrgtii
Ambrre, to perfume with Ammagrdie, and A mmagrlre,
Amareggiare,
o.ffl"t

Amarzza,

/.

m. bitterness,
Amaritdine,

to

embitter, to

affliction
/.
bitterness,

Ambulatorio,

grievous,

Amenamente, adj. agreeably


' mendue, Amendni, Amen

discontent

Amdro,

adj.

Ambretta,/, amhret (ajlorver)

nith le:nes
Ambroglna, /. a kind of aland Amardre, Ambrdsia./. ambrosy [mond Ammaidto, covered or icckea

un-

dune
Amatfsta,/. amethyst

nende,

ambulatory

0(1;

both
(tutti

due) both

Amative,

A mdto,

adj. lovely
pari, beloved

meditate,

f.

pleasantness

lighffulness
^no, adj. pleasant, delight

Ammainare,

tZ

stri'ke,

or

Amml\re,'to gron< sick


Ammalaticcio, ad], sickly
Amn-.aldlo, adj. sick, ill; mi
ammalato, a sick person
Amnialiamnto, m. enchantment, Lctritchiug

AMM
Ammaliatre, m. a sorcerer
Ammaliatrice,/, a n'cA
Animaliatra,/. (see Aramayiciou

lia:nnto)

Aininalizito,

ailj.

Ammanettre,

mdre,

sink in a mire;
to
entangle

to

self in a hud affair


/. (risarcimnto)

o,ie's

grown ma-

'

Ammenciabile,

io

adorn, em-

claim,

behead with

prepare,

to

Ammansare,
Ammantare,

tame

to cover, to

cloak

Ammogliato, adj married


Ammogliatre, m. a malch-

good the

/o.!j

bere,

from Am-

3".l^re

mmsso,
covered,

defen

pari, admitted
to admit, receive ;
rnmi-ttere le giustificazini
di qualchedno, io give one

nmSttere,

spinage
'.,

divisimi,

is

loosening

le

or affect

Ammollito,

Ammezzamnto, m.
Amraarcimento, m.

to caress

ammendarsi Ammollare, to mollify, soften


to let go, to let loose
from
Ammollalivo, adj. moistening
Ammolliente, adj. vmoltient

refrain

io

Amiaollilto, adj.

ami hide any thing


adj.

make a

il

put

to

to soften, to

ddj. corrigible
correct, re-

to

indemnify
amdanno, to make Ammoinre,

to

mendare
dal

Ammanire,

amice (a priesft
gari ent)

Ainmoderncire, io
thing fashionable

Ammendare,

Ammannaire,

all'

ammnda, to fine incrre- Ammogliamnto, m. marriage


re 1" ammnda, to forfeit
Ammogliare, to mar>-y

hellishyn
; to

condandr

fine, penalty;

self

r, to (ire.

Ammissiirto, adj. temperate,

ammemrsi,

Ammnda,

adj. loosened

Ammonire, to admonish,warn,
reprimand
admonished

to, part,

piilrefac-

Ammonitre, m. admonisher

Ammarrire, in rot
Ammarginrsi, to
Ammartelldre,

to

Smmonizioncella,

[itse!f

cica'

mmonizine,/- admonition
to heap up

tormen

Ammontare,

give jealoiuy
iniccatre, . rvho

get together

Ammassato,

paternal

/.

ad),

heaped up

minks

minicolre, io prop, assist


minfcolo, m. support, help
ministrare, io administer,
anage, govern ; soramistrre, ^o supply, or ajford
ministrate, pari, supplied
ministratdre, m. adminis-

Ammassatre, ni. accumulator


ator, manager
Ammasso, m. a heap
\iratrix
--Ammatassare,
AmministratrCce, /. adminis-

Ammonticchiare,

to In

pel,pi
pilrd
iticcliito, heaped,

Ammorbidare, and Ammorbidire,

to

soften,

loosen

ammorbidirsi, io grow
feminate
imministrazine,/. adminis- Ammorsellato, m. a hash

Ammattfre,
ed

far

to

grow

distract-

divenir mitto, to

Ammaitlto,aiij,distracted,niad

Ammattonamnto, m. a pav
ing

rvith

square marble

Ammattonare,

to

pave

tiles
rvitl

Ammortamnto, m. extinction
tration, government
Amminutre, <o cui very small Ammortare, to extinguish
lirdbile, adj. wonderful, Ammortire, to extinguish, to
e,

excellent

AmmirabUit,

/.

marvel- Ammortito, pari, extinguished


Ammorzare, to quench, to re-

tlie

lous

mmirabilmt!nte,

adii,

rvon-

adj.
pavec
with square bricks, &c.
Ammaiamnto, n. slaugh

mazzarsi,

to

murder; am-

to kill one's self

Ammazzastte, m. a vapour
ing Hector

Ammazzatojo,
Ammazzatore,
Ammazzolaie,
Viucielmire,

[hous
m. a slaughter
i.

to

and

and

make

Am

nose-

Ammem-

ammorzarla

mmiraglito, m. office of admiral^, admiralty uiR


idmire,

Ammaliare,

press, mitigate

suprbia, io humble pride

derfully

Ammattonato,

ef-

wonder

stupirsi, to be amazt
lirativo, adj. admirit

Ammirato,

part,

__

admired,

izzicdre, to cut in pieces


ZZicilto, ailj. cut in pieces
iccliiare, to heap, amass
isre, to pout, to ineet

Ammiratre, m. Aramiratriitinamnlo,

Ammlrazitine,/. admiration
Ammissibile, adj. admiasible
Ammissine,/ admission
Ajuuiissurre, to measure

:o,

n.

adj.

mutiny.

raised

in

ANF

ANC
Ana, a nord used by physicians
Ammutinatre, m. a rtbel
in their preicriplions, signiAmmutolire, and Ammutolire, io he dumb, mute
fying an eiual quantity of
each
Amrautolto, ami Ammuto.4.nabatlsta, in. anabaptist
lito, adj. speechless, mule
Amnistia,^, a getterai pardon Anacorta, m. anchorite, hi
Amo, m. huok, a Jsh-hook
Anacoretizz^e, to live like on
Amre, j. love, iijection; Anacrentica, / Anacreontic

amor

proprio, self-love; por-

amre, to love
A moreggiamnto, m. rvoning
Amoreggiare, lo make love
Amorvole, adj. kind
Ammorevoleggiixe, io cajole,
tar

Ainorevolzza, f. friendship,
love: amorevolezzina, Arimi

ode

[tic

friendly
Araorostto,

adj. lovely, genteel

'

Andamnto, m.

depcri-

Andana, J', a rope-walk


Andante, going
Andantemente, adv. fluently,

easily, wilhout interruption


Anacrentico, adj. AnacreonAnacronismo, i. anacronism
Andare, to go andare a piede,
Anagdllide,
broo.klime,
to.
to walk andare alla lunga,
;

(herb)

elevation

[tically

Analisi,/, analysis
Analitico, adj. analytical
Analogia, f. analogy, resem-

Amorio, adj. amorous


Amorso, ni. lover, gallant; AnalOgico, and Anlogo,

draw

; andar
andarne la
andare
andare
andar
bene, to succeed; andar a
secnda, to favour ; lasciamo
andare questo discorso, let
us talk no more of this-; i

to

Anagallo, m. pimpernel (herb)


Anagnoste, m. a lecturer
Anagogia,/ anagogy, mystery,

nords
[friendly Anagogic.imnte, adv. mysAmorevolmente, odv. loving. Auagramma, m. anagram
Anagrammatizzare, to nuike
Amorino, m. a liitle lore
anagrams
Amorosamente, adv. amorous,
Amorosello, or

AncoTTJiggio, m. anchorage
Ancdine,/, .rnvil
Ancusa,^: orchanet fa plant)

a vela,

out in length
to sail

at stake;
ornalo, io dress well ;
vita,

life

a marito,

to

marry

vostri afifari vanno secnda, your business prospers ;


n tempi andati, in time
andar facendo, io go
past
about something; andare
:

adj.

analogous, alike
collera, to be angry andar
andaraltero, to be proud
Anarchia,/, anarchy
le, to t
gone
Anrchico, adj. anarchical
Andata,/, gait,
Anatma, curse of excommu[P-'rging
a purging
Andatacela,/, a very copious
Anddto, part, gone, past
Anatomia,/. anatomy
.Andatre, m a traveller
Andatura, walking
mically
Andirivini, m. tvindings, in
Anatmico, aJj analm
coherent discourses
Andito, m. passage, entrance
ist, a professor of Andrne, m. antechamber
Anddoto, m. an anecdote
latomizzare, to anatomize'
Anelante, and Aneldso, adj.
[pant
A'n
a./c iuck
panting, blowing
I,/, haunch, hip
Anelare, to breathe short, to
Anclla,/, maid, damsel
Anelazine,/. short breath
Anche, adv also, too, likewise ; Anelito, m. shortness of breath
per anche, yet, as yet: ne Anelltto, and Anellino, m. a
anche, neither, not quand*
small ring
anche, though, although; vi Anello, n. a ring; dar 1' asono stato anche, / have been
nllo, to betroth; a-illo di
;

Anands, m. pine-apple

heart

Amoretto, m. rising love


Amoscfca,^ a kind of plum
Amovibile, adj. removable
Amprio, m. hawthorn
Ampiamente, adv. amply, fuUy
Ampizza,/, extent, amplitude
A'rapio, adj. large, wide, spacious ampie promsse, grtoi
;

Ampioeiovdnte,

adj.

ft for

Ampioregndnte, one nlio reigns


Ampliare, to extend, enlarge
Ampliato, part, enlarged
Amiiliazine, /. ampliation,
[extol
( law term)
Amplificare, to ampUfij, to
Amplificato, adj. Ofnphfd
Amplificatre, m. amplifier
Amplificazine, and Amplia,

zine,/. amplif,eation
adv.

Amplissimamente,

at

there

also;

1'

a%Tei

fatto,

quando anche fosse stato


presente, I would have done
it though he had been there

caplli, /otfco/Aair

Anellne, m. a large ring


Anellso, adj. made like

Amplitudine./, trmplitude
Ancheggiare, to wag one's legs Anemone, m. a flower so called
[sense
Amplla, /. boHU, Jlagon, Anci^ere, to kill
Aneto, ni dill
Anelila,/, a maid
Anfanamnto, m. prating, non
Ampollina,/ a bubble
.Anco, adv. also, yet, rfifj
Anfanare, to ramble in disanfanarsi, to wau'
course
Ampollosamente, and Ampol- A'ncora,/. an anchor
lso, adv. bombastically
Ancra, adv. also, likewise,
Ampollosit,/, bombast
agai
Anfanatdre, m. prattler, blah
''
Ampollso, adj bombastic
la,/i|
Amputa2ine,'/. amputation
Amulto, m. amulet
;

Anfibologia,/, uncertain mean-

am-

Anfihologicamc-nte,

atlv.

Anfibologico, aHj. ambiguous,

An&sci.

Amphisciam

wi.

Annsjrfre,

m
m

com

Annebbiamnto, ni. dark

fiu-

uibitamt of the torrid zone)


amphitheatre
Anfiteatro,
A'nfora,/ kilderkin
Anfratto,
a narrow dark
[charme
place

to smelt, to

Annasato, adj smelted

Ann^i^re, to wind yarn


a Annata,/ ./.ar

[ubscire

AiVuoH./.v

Animale, adj animal


Animalesco, adj. beastly
Animaletto, m. animalcule
AnimaUno, m. animalcule

Annebbiare,

Annebbiato,

Animalit,/, animality
over- Animalone, m. a great

cloud: annebai

blasted

beast
Angariare, io force, tu
a dunce, an awkhiard fellon
Angariatore, m an oppressor
Animaluccio, and Anima
Angelica,/, a plant to called
12ZO, m. animalcule
Angelicamente, adv. like an
is
an
angel
Animante,
rvhat
animated
angel
[of

Annegamnto,

Annegare,
Annegato,

dromntd

to

drorvn, to deny

adj.

Annegaiine'.f. self-denial
AnneghitUre, and AnneghitAiigelich/za, /. tlie likeness Animare, io hearten, to aw
.iidtcfiLc^
tirsi, to grofir lazy
Angelico, udj angelical; viso
adj. nimated
Anneghittito, adj. idle, slighter.
angelico, charming face
*
A'ngelo, m. angel angelo cusf. ni><w?-jAnneramnto, fii. a '
tiira. f. black-ness
ttSde, guardian angel
^- to Mac

,gnei'
Aannerare,
I

'

'.,

I
I

tCompuUi
per angheria, / am

io fo ci

forced

do this
to compel, to op-

to

Anghcriare,

rn-agaii

AngiptirK

Anglicano,

adj.

Anglican

la

of England
Anglicismo, ni. Anglictsm
Anglo, m. an Englishman (in
poetry)

[nered

Angolare, adj. angular, corAngolarmnte, adj. angularly


A'ngolo, i. angle, corner
Angolso, adj. having angles

Angore,

j.i

grief,

pang

Aiigoscvole, adj. sorrowful,


painful

Angoscia, /.
Angosciare,
Angoscidtn,

lid

Ango

to grieve, to

udj.

v,

sorronful,

distressed

Angosciosamente, adv. sori


[fui
falhj
Angoscidso, adj. anxious, pain
A'ngne, m. a S7iake (in poetry J
Anguflla./. <c eel

Anguin jglia, f .groin, a


Angustia.

botch

distress, scarcity

ai:gust)a di

tempo, shortness

<fl,me
Angustiare, to afflict, to harass
Anunstiato, adj. Angustii5so,
adj. auxions, ve.red, grieved

Angusto,

adj.

nanorv,

close,

'

AM

ANO
Annoiamnto,

ni.

ANT

Ansamdnto, m. panting,

Antichrfsto,

sito

m. Antichrist

hreath

Ansante, adj. out qf breath


* - -re. to pant

iilata,/. antedate

Metto, adj. foretold

1./. perplexity
la,f. sorrow
A'nsio, adj s

Annoio:
Annoids
Annoiare,

A ntidlre,
,

Annorare,

to name, to call
Annna, f. provisions
Annoso, adj. old, ancient

Annotazine,/, a note, remark


Annottare, and Annottarsi, tu
grow dark
Annoveramnto, m. enumera-

to foretell

tdoto,

freight (as ships

to

m. antidote, counter

Antifona,/ anthem
itifonario, m. an anlheminger (also) a book of an;

precedency

Antifras^,/. antiphrasis
\ ntigiudicre, to prejudge
intiguardre, to foresee
intiguardia,/. vanguard
Intiniettere, to pilfer, to et-

Antelucano, adj. bfure dayight

itemurale, m. defence

Antenato, m. progei
>ndU,

Annovervole, adj. that may


le computed
Annovero, ?n. ccymputation

Annuale,
Annuale,

adj. yearly
rn.
(tutto

il

.adj.forenwst

corso

a,f. priority
lnte.aJr. before

anno) the year


Annualmente, adv. annually
Annugolare, In grarv cloudy
dell'

Annuvolato, clouded

Aiiteserrglio,

AnnuUagio'r.e, /. and Annullamnto, m. abolishing, suplullre,

siipprc

Annullato,

repealed,

jii.

ajicid gale,

a fore close
ntesignano,

ami Antessignano, 7<i. standard bearer


ntitaglia,/ antiquity, monu-

Anticmera,/, antechamber
aboliihing,

Annunziaiiiine,/. the an,

Ami<

adj.

Annuvolare,
Annuvolato,

annual
to overcast

oilj.

first

Sion tn

Antipatizzto, part, hated


A nti pensare, to premeditate
Antipensato,
premediadj.
tated

Antipodi, m. antipodes
Antiprre, to prejer, esteem
Antiporte, /. and Antiprto,
'

'

[hand

gate

AnliprCndere.

to

take hefore-

anodyne

Anmalo, a^lj. irregular


Anonimo, aij. nameless
Anatomia, f. dissection
Anotomistd, i. anatomist

Antisapre, to foresee
Antisapvole, adj. that

may

be

tell
Ihanc 'Antiserraglio, m. a
Anticipatamente, adv. beforeAnticipato, adj. anticipated
AnlicipaziSne,/. preveiitit>n
Antico, adj. ancient, grand'Antivedre, fo>r<

adj. cloudy
A'no.tn. the fundament

Anodino,

dishes

VI.

'

^,adj.t.
ntichita, Antichitdde, and
Anticliitate,/. antiquity
Aniicipare, to prevent, to fore-

Annnzio, m. message, ne

Annuo,

m. uHtipope

itipsto,

Antipatia, f. natural aversion


Antiptico, adj. aver.-.e
Antipatizzare, to bear anavev

Anticjuario, m. an antiquata
ments of antiquity
abro- Anticamente, adv. anciently, Antiquato, adj. obsolete, old

of old

AnnullzJne, /.

itipdpa,

[pole
forefathers
.ntnna, /. sail-yara, lun
Antepenllimo, adj before i
last but mie
Anteprre, to prifer, to esiti
Anteposizine,/, preference

' ',pnrt. preferred

.Anticrte,.r.

afore court

Antichristiino, adj. antichri

kind of

A PO

APP

Antirigflia, /. the evening be-

Antologia, anthology
Antrce, and An tracia, /. a
A'ntro,

m.

den, cave, grotto

PP

ApolUneo,

(di Apollo) ti \f Appantiamnto, and AppanApollo


natura,/. d7,ines.i
Apologtico, adj. apologeti:
Appanndre, to darken, io
Apologia,/, apology, defend
cloud; to tarnish, dull; to
Apologista,!, an apologist
fall into a snare
Apologo, in. apologue, fable
Appannato, pari, caught in
Apoplessia,/, apoplexy

Anulare, and Anulario, ndj.


pertaining io a ring
dito Apojiletico, adj. apoplectic
Appannatio, m. tvliat ditn
anulare, ie ring finger
Apostasia,/, apostacy
Anzi, adv. rather un the con- Apstata, rt. apostate, rette- Apparire, to learn
gado
trary, even, also ; non soiaApparito, adj. learned
mnte liberale, anzi pro- Apostafdre, to apostatize
Apparato. tn. preparation; con
digo, he is not only liberal, Apojtma,/. an imposthume
apparato, sumptuously
but even prodigal
Aposlemare, to suppurate, to Apparecchiamnto, m. prepaAnzi, prep, befirre ; anzi ch'io
andate Aposteraato, adj. imposthu- Apparecchiare, to prepare, to
moia, before I die
si che venga, go arvau
treat
apparecchiare la tare he CO
ApostotOjtn. aposlolate, aposvola, to lay the cloth; appaAnzi. conj. nay
tleship
recchiarsi, to get one's -felf
Aniianit;Sde, and Apostolico, adj. apostolical
ready, (also) to furnish one"*
;

AnZip.iiitite,

antiquity,

/.

Apostrofare, to put

A^a....o.

an apos-

Anziano, adj. old, ancteiit


Apostrolatamnte, adu. nilh
Anzich, adv. sooner, before
an apostrophe
that ; anzi pure, rather than Apostrotatura, and Apostrofazione,/. the art of putting Appareggire, to put in comapostrophes
Anzichno,arfti. rather, soencr
petition, to match
Anzinto, adj. first born, eldest Apostrofe, m. an apostrophe Apparentire, to nuttch,tomake
(in

Aolirfto, a. oily

>ric)

Aoncinare, in make crooked


Apostrofo,
apostrophe
Aorcare, to strangle, choak
Aorcato, part, strangled
ApOstumc, adj. posthumous
Aormre, tohasf term) to quest ApotCgma,
apophthegm, (a
otta, adv. often
sliort and pithy senlenee)
a tta a
tta, non' and then
Apotesi, / apotheosis (the
deifying of a man)
Appaciamiito, m. pacifying
;

pelita, jii. east wind


pen-lino, ,n. Apennine mcu,i.
taws in Italy

Ap.

'

o,

ApSrta,/.

and Apertfvo,

adj.

Apertiira)
Aperta:r!;.'nte,
adv.
openiy,
{see

AperUire, m. rvho opens


Apertura, and Aperzine, /.
hole, means, opportunity
A'pice, m. top, hciglii
A])Ucolo, 1)1. a little height
Apocalisse, and Apocalissi, /.
apocalypse
Apocrifo,
ad},
apocryphal
libri
apocrifi, the apocry-

[probahilUy

rently

Apparnza, /. outside slwm,


Apparre, to appear
Apparigliire,

v. to

Apparimento,

i.

pair
apparition.

satisfied

Appagare,

lo satisfy, to please

receive one tvith

to

adj plain, evident

Apparentemente, ade. appa-

Appagamento, and Appigo,


srnce, a fine cat-riage
m satisfaction and content Apparita, Apparizine,

to

A pparente,

Appatliu'lionare, to incamp
Apparire, io appear.
Apjiadiglionito, adj. incamped
Appag.'ibile, adj. that may he

d' altro non m' appago che


frankhj
della solitudine, solitude ia
ApSrto, adj. open, plain, hold
my sole delight
un flre aprto, a blown Appag-Jto, adj. satisfied
Jlower riavr uno a braccia Appaiare, to pair, io match

aprte,

one's selffamiliar
Apparentito, adj. related

appaiarsi, to join one's self

Appaidto, adj. matched


Appalesare, to discover,

to de-

clare : appalesarsi, to
one's self known

make

Appalesato, part, discovered,


to let, to

m.fami

Ai>paltciiie,

and

Appari-

draw
secretly

pmrt.

separated.

farm

Appaltatre, m. farmer
App;Slto,

{see

Appartatamente, adv. asunder,


Appartato,

revealed

Appal t.<re,

Apparsidne,
mento)

Apparito, part, appeared


Ap;>aritre, m. a bailifi'
Apparizine,/, apparition
Appartamnto, m. apartment,
lodgings
Appartare, to sever, to put
asunder ; appartarsi, to with-

m. intriguing, that

puts hinuelfforward
Apogc, m. apogeon, or apogee Appannaggio, m. appendage

Appartennte, and Appartrgnnte, adj. belonging, appertaining, suit alile


App.'.rtennza,
/.

appuri-

AFP

APP
AppiaoeToIire, to appeas,

tame
Appianare,

mount

confirm

to

to;

/ n-illfollvw your advice

remove, or sur-

difficulties

Appianato, adj.

levelled

adv. pas- A jipiastrdre, to o'eave tot appiastrdre un diamante, to set


a diamond; appiastrarsi, to
Appassionre, to make one sufappassioTidrsi,
fer, endure
to have a strong passion for ApiMastrdto, part, daubed niith

Appassionamnte,

Appierfrsi, to grow idle


Appillotrsi, to trifle amay
one's time
A'ppio. rv. parsley
Appiuiilo, mela ' appiu(5Ia, /.
golden pippin
'--' "
the tree that
golden npp,n

Applaudente,

aHj.
endured,
suffered, ajrcciionate

Ajipashionaio,

Appassire, and Appassirsi, to Appiastricciiire, and Appias-

Apjiiattament, m. t/ie act of


as paste
Appellbile, adj. that viny be
appealed
[pellant Appiattare, to lie concealed.
appiattarsi, to hide one's self
Appellante, m. appealer, apAppellare, to name, call, ac- Appiattarante, adv. by stealth,
secretly
cusi, impeach ; to appeal to a
Appiattato, part, concealed
Appellativo, adj. susceptible of Appiaccdgiiolo, m. a hook,

Appastave,

lidrsi,

appiglio al vostro consiglio,


to

to stick

pia ads
Appliiiidere,

adj.

and Applaudire,

to applaud,
Applaudirsi,

to
to

approve
have a jirvud

gait

Applaudito, part, applauded


Appluso, m. applause
Applausdre, m. who applaude

Applicamnto, m. application
Applir.-tbile, adj. applicable

Appli

>

ap

tenter

Aiipitcamt'nto,

m. hanging

at

fastei,ing to

appeal, a chal-

Appello, %

Appna, adv. hardly, scarce


Appenare, to svjjir, to be diaAppendere,

io

hang,

f.

appendix, sup-

"

tip

Appendice,

to

hayjg

[pleine7it

Aiipennecch'ire, <o Ji/i a dis[pose


t.ijr
Appensdre, to dcsif^n, to proA|>pensatamnte, adv. matiirely. seriously
[on
Appc'so, part, handed, hinig

Appestare,

to

infect, to

cor-

AppMcatamnte, adv.

atten-

tively

Appiccante, adj. viscou, glu- Applicato, part, applied


Applicattre, m. who applies
Applicazione, /. application,

Ai)piccre, to tie, to fasten :


appiccarsi, to keep close, to

diligence

stick, to catch, to thrive, to Api>, prep, tvith, by, near


slander; appiccarla ad uno, Appdco appco, adv. by little
to play one a trick
appiccar
la zuifa, la battaglia, to give Appoggi amnto, r>i. an elhotvbattle
Appoggiarc, to support, to proAppiccaticcio, adj. clammy,
sticky
male appiccaticcio, Appoggirfto, ndj. propped
Appoggiatilio,
a contagions distemper
Appoggiata.
and Appggio, 7>i. prop, supAppiccaticcio, m. a troublesomefelhw
port, defence
Appicc-ativo, adj. contagious
Appellai.
>ilh,
Appiccato, adj fast, sticking
App<
Appiccattira, /. the ironwork
;

Appicci.-ire, and Appiccicare,


to stick fast to
AjjpetSnza,/. appetite, desire, Appiccinire, to make smaller,
to lessen

affection

Appetibile, an), desirable

Apprre,

to

impute, to oppose,

appone

la

sua disgrazia, they

Appiccolamnto, m. lessening,
Appetitivo, adj. that provokes

Appiccolare, antZ Appicciolire,


to diminish, to retrench; to
Appetito, m. appetite, desire
you che potete apporre
Ajipetituso, adj. that provokes
questo? what have you to
Appi,an<? Appieda, adi). don;
the stomach
say to this ?
ut the foot
Appetizine,/, appetite, desire,
Apportante, adj. that brings
Appino, adv. fully, entirety
wish
Apportare, to convey, to proAppettare, to hare at heart, to A.i)pisionamnto, i. re< qfa
Apportatre, m. Apportatrice,
Appigioniire, to let, to hire
Appetto, adv. in comparison
dirimptto) over a- Appigionasi, m. a bill upon a Appositiccio, adj. postick
{for
f^ainsl. facing! combattere
Appositivo, adj. (hat may be
[addition
appetto apptto, to Jight a
jo7ied
Apposizidne, /. application.
;

APP
A pproccire,
,

Appostare, io spy,

to approach
Approccio, m. approach
Approcciato, adj. approached
Approdare, to arrive, to be pro-

Approfittare,
irsi, to

Appa

dire, to dig, to

olto,

(/or

Appropriarsi,
appropriare,

ponti-fice) the pojje

to

to

appropriate;
apply one

apprnderi

Appi

Appresso, prep.near, by, after. Appuntare,


to

a poco,

al-

adj. aperitive

Apritre, m. he that opens;


apritdre
di
case,
Itouse

to

set

to fix,

Aquarticire,

t;.

I,

to

a tign
quarter

troops

[ish

Aqutico, adj aquatic, rvaterAqueitk, Aqueitade, /. (set


Acquosit)
A'queo, adj. watery
Aquiddtto, i. an aqueduct
A'quila,/. eagle
Aquilino, adj hawked
Aquilonare, adj. north wind
Aquildne, m. the north
Aquosita,/ {see Acquosit)
Aqudso, !/;. ,e Acquso)
Ara,f. altar
Arabsco, adj Arabic
Arbile, adj. arable

Argna,

f.

Araldo,

tru

and Aragno, m. a

\ing
711. tillage, ploughArncia,/, an orange
Aranciata,/, a kind of cooling

a herald

Aramnto,

blame,

to sen', to

sharpen,

find fault,
iso

Apiico, adj. sunny


[ing
Aprimnto, . the ad ofnpenApripdrta, m. a door-keeper
Aprire, to open, io cleave;
aprirsi, io chop, io guage,

Aqurio, m. Aquo

nigh
.Vppvossimto, adj approached
Apprendimtlnto, m. learning, Approvbile, adj. laudable
skill, knon-/cdi;e
A]>provagine,/ approbation
Approvare, to approve, to conAppiendi'sta, m. an apprei
ApprenditcSre, m. scholar
firm
Approvatamnte, adv. in an
Apprensfbile, adj. to be
approvable manner
Approvato, adj. approved
Approvatdre, m. and Approvatrice,./'. approver, allvwer
Approvazione,/, approbation
Appresentare. to sherv, t(
present another
[thickened Approveccirsi, to get some
Ap]irso, adj. comprehended,
profit
Appressamnto, m. approaeli, Appuntainnte, adv. precisely
neighbourhood
Appuntamnto, m. agreemei '
restare in appuntamnto.
Appressare, to dratv near, to
adj. comyrehei

nnl

purify, to

appropri-

ated
[atioH
.Ai>propriAi(ine, /. appropriApprossimante,
adj.
nethi,i

Apprendvole,

to

Aprile, m. April

a propos. Apritivo,

appropriato, part,

to learn, to coi
;

Appres-

(see

ini

meudow-land
Ai>pren(lnte, adj. that learns
ceire, to ttack

ad-

deeper

pap;

Appstolo, m. aiioaile
Appratire, v. to form land

Apprndere,

draw

aci',

ailj. aiioslolical

m.

Approfit-

make

Appropinquarsi,

Appostolicamnte", adv
Appostlico,
Appostlico,

and

profit, to

inta^efrom
Approfondare, and Approfon-

AppostJccio, adj. added

Appurare,

dorvn, to

appoint

Appuntatamente, adv.

exactly,

diligently

Appressoch

almost

and Appresto,
7/1. prepara
Apprestare, to prepare,

lo

Appuntato, m. an
agreed upon
Appuntato, adj stitched, sharp-

m.

critic.

Apprestato, adj prepared


Apprezzdliile, adj. valnable
Apjit-uzriamento,' m. valuation,
[rale

Apprezzare, in appraise,
Apprezzato, adj. appraised,

to

Ajipuntellato, adj. stayed, or

ploughing

P''"'S''

and
Appuntatdre,

esi.matiuii

adj.
'"

make

^
Aratolo,

i.

Aratre, m, husbandman
Aratro, m. plough
Aratura,/, tillage, ploughing
Arazzerla, /. tapestry, viauu[upholsterer
faclory
Arazzire,
tapestry maker,

propped up
m
esAppuntino, adv. precisely, jusi
an esteemer, Appunto, adv. precisely; per Arliitrggia,/. arbitration
.:-..r appunto, exactly ; met- Arbilr'
Apprezzazidne, f. appraisiApprezzato're,

.t.

tersi

appunto, in rdine,

Approbre, io approve, to like


Ai>proMto, adj approved

to get ready ; sUvo per partire per V appunto quando

Al>probazi<5ne,/. approbation,

lei

venne. / u* i:oiug

the

moment you came

away

'

Arbitrare, to adjudgt
to judge, valie
Arbitrariamente, adv. arbi
rily, despotically

Arbitrrio, adj. arbitrary

ARC

ARC

Arbitrato, ptiru arlAt'oM


arbitration
Arbitrato,

Arbitrio, m, will, power; libero arbitrio, ^lee will


A'rbitro, VI. and Arbitra, /.
umpire, arbiter

Arcrrctcorale, adj. arehitfiit


copal

Arc\\\ie\.Vra.,f. architecture

arco trionfale.
Archivista, m.

A'rbore, m. irre

ARG

Archipdnsoio, m. a plummet

the keeper of.

Arboreo, adj. full nf trees


Arborto, m. a place planted
joke, a,
rcibeilo,

[so

adj.

inglywelP"'

rcicr.nsolo,

m. first consul

Arcidiaconto, m. archdeacon

No, the ark of Noah


Arcccia, /. an old trunk
A'rcade, and Arcadico, adj.
Arcadc5re,
deceiver,

Anale,

ni.

rcidiicono, m. archdeacon
rcidilca, m. archduke
Arciducato, m. an archduke

knave

iii

adv.

iepiscopdle, adj. belonging


secretly,

Arcire,

and

Arcire,

be

Ardire,

Arcifanfana, and Arcifnfano,


bend,

to

impudence,

wi.

fredom, courage
Ardimentso, adj.

bold, cou-

m.

Arcangelo, m. archangel

fi

n.

boldnt

,,

confidence,

arch, to

Arditamnte, a
Areata, f. bow-shot: tirar un

adj. arched, bent

courageons-

ly, stoutly

areata, to pump one ; tirar


in areata, to judge at ran-

Arcato,

velie-

love, to shine, to

Ardimnto,

arch, centre

privately

to

mently

bi.ckle

Arcarne, m. skeleton

Arcare,

A'rdere, to burn, to be

Ardigline, m. the tongue qf a

m. a bowman, a

Arcanamente,

Ardnte, adj. hot, burning^


violeiit, amorous, desirous
Ardentemente, adv.
veliemently
Ardnza,/, a great heat

Ardito, adj. courageous, Jar-

ignamtnte, adv. sharply


Ardre, m. heat, love, passion,
'- -Jging
ignZza,/. iharpness
Arcigno, adj. grim, sullen ; far Arduf
te, adv.
viso arcigno, to frown
Arduit," Aniuit^cie, and ArArcimaesUiso, adj. most maduitte, /. great diffici'lly,
jestic
great
(also) steepness of a moa[inaster
_
^

Arcavola,/, great-great grand-

Arcvolo,
m. great
[arch
grandfather
Archeggiare, to bend like an
Archeggiato, adj. like a bow.

rcimstro, m. first master


rcimentire, to tell a most im-

_'rduo, adj.

difficult, perilous
Ardiira,^'. ardour, heat

Arna,/, sand, gravel


Archetipo, m. first example, or
pattern
Archettino, m. a

rcine, m. saddle-bow
Arciplago, i. archipelago
bow (to play Arcipota, m. the first ofpoets
Arcipoltrdne m. very idle,

Archetto, m. fiddle-stick
Archibugiare, and Archibu-

rcipresbeterlo,
and Arcipretato, n. the dignity, office,

and jurisprudence of an archArchibugiata, and Archibusnta,./;' arquebusade


Archibugire, and Archibu- Arciprte, m. arch-priest
Aiciricchissimo,
adj.
very
Archibiigio, Archibio, and
Archibuso, vi. a hand-gun
Arcisquisito, adj. very exquiArchimandrita, m. leader, preArcivro, adj. most true
Arcivescovdo, m. a-chbishop-

Arenositade, and
Arenositte, /. sandy mai-

irenosit,

Areiidso, adj. sandy, gravelly

Areopagita, m. A .'eoiiugilc
Areopagitiro, adj. bttoiging
an Areopagite

Areopago,

to

Areopagus

Arfasatto, and Arfasatllo, a


mean, base, pitiful fellow, a
paltry ftllow
A'rgano. m. windlass, crane,

Argentaio,

t.

gold or fiVrer-

ARO

ARI

I'aimi, to declare tvar : Tat


d'arme, to fight : far il vis
delle arme, to look angry:
silver

plate,

sospension d'arme, cessation,

lestial si^ns
Arietta, /. a short air, at song
Ariettina, /. a little song, or

Arg&iteo, adj. eo!our of silver


Argenuarfa, /.
plait

Argentiera,/, silver nnite


siliersmith
Argentiere,
Argentino, uilj. silver-coloursuiino argentino, clear
ed
sound
ArgSnto, m. silver
Arcante fiWto, m. silver mire

2,

(in heraldry} coats of

Armeggieria, Armeggiata, /.

Armeggio, and ArmeggialEnto, m. jostling, tilting,

Aringa, /. discourse, speech;


aringa, herring

Aringamnto, m- discourse
ArgSnto solimto, or Argnto Aringre, to hat angue
Aringato, adj. harangued
vivo, guicksilver
Aringatdre, m. speaker
tvhit
Argilla,/,
ararf
Argiglia,

or tourtiament

Armeggiare, to jostle,
'": armeggiare ur
Armeggiatdre, Hu

Aringhira, /. chair, pulpU,


bar
Aringo, and Arringo, m. lists,

earth
clay, patte,
Argigl'iiso, and Argillso, adj.

pulpit, liar
Arginamnto, m. the making
Ariso, adj. lightsome, airy;
of banks, 7noles, Src

a jostler.

Armeggio, m. fighting

in plaxf

Armellino, m. rmine
Armentrio, m. a cattle-keep~

Armentrio,

adj. belonging to

Arginare,

{aha) preHy, graceful


Arista,/. cAineo/porfc
Aristarco, m. a severe critic
Aristocrtico, adj. aristocra-

to fortify,

lical

Argindso, adj. full of banks


Argnne, m. a kidney

Argomentare,

to

reason,

to

Aristocrazia,/, aristocracy
istolochia, and Aristologiaj
aristolochy (hartnort)
istotlico, adj. belonging to
.

argued

Argomentato,
Argomentatore, m. a reasoner Aritmetica,/, ar
Argomentazine,/, argument- .4ritiTietico, . ariKimtiiti"'
part,

Argomnto,
ment
Argomentso,

vincing
Arguire,

argil-

adj, expert, con-

argue,

to

repri-

Arma,

/.

arm

of Alma)

Armigero, adj. martial


Armflla,/. a'racet
Armillare, adj. like a

hollont

sphere

Armipotnte,

adj.

powerful in

Armoniosamente, adv. Iiarmo-

coat of mail,

/.

disputant
(see

Arraetremndo, adj. dreaaful

(in the ancient

Armacllo, adv. cross-wit

mand, to conclude, to infer


Argumentante, m. opponent, Armadura
Argnmentre,

cattle

Aritmetico, adj. arilkmetical


Arlecchino, m. harlequin
Arli3tto, m. glutton, devourer
poets, instead

to

cattle

Armnto, m. herd, drove of

Armeria,/ annour

Argomen- Armadurtta-,

/.

Armonizzare, to make harmom^


onizzto, adj. set in order

light ar-

sser bene in arnse, to be in


good order; sser male in
arnse, to be in a -disorderly

Armare, to arm, to put or


movr armare un vascllo,
:

to Jit out

dell'

armarsi, to

poor

Arnine, m. a kidney
Aromatario, rn. druggist
Aromatichzza, Aromaticit,
Aromaticitde, and Aroma_

Armrio, and Armdio,

Aridamente, adv. drily


Aridit, Ariditde, and Ariditate,/, dryness
A'rido, adj. barren,

a ship

rie,

Armatamente,
Armato, adj.

adv. rvith

arms

armed,

har-

nessed

Armatre, m. captain efa privateer

armour,

harness

/.
:

Aromtico,

adj.

<

muver

odoriferous.

Aromtico, m. a mixture ofaU


sneet-smelling spices

Aromatizzare,

Armattira, /. armour

Armej and Arma,

ticitte. f. aromatic, odoriferous quality of plants, Sec.

fo

emia/m, per[spicei

fume
Arraa'.o,

and

Armo,

m*

ARR
Arpa, nnd Arpe,/, harp
Arpeggiamnto, m. harping
Arpeggiare, io play upon the
harp
Arpia,/, an harpy
Arpiciire, to ctinib vp arpiclr
:

stretch

(speaking

(if piata)

m. a hin^e,
Arra.f.earneH

Arjiine,

hook,
[tenter

to

dye

mad-

r.'ith

Arrocdre, to grom hoarse


Arrecalo, adj. hna'se
Arroccare, (ci fll a disiafT,

to

ArrendevolmntCjdJi'. submit

astle (at chess)

Arrendebilit, /.
devolzza)

rocchiire. tna.hhle. to bungle


rofjantccio, m. a xx:ry insointfellow

col cervllo, to rejiact

Arpicordo, m. a harpsichord

Arrobbidre,

(see

Arrer

Arrendamnto, m. a surrende

Arrogante, adj. proud, haughtv

Arrogantemente,
Arrabiamnto, jn. ragiiigmad-

adv.

ur,.^

gantly
Arrogant(5ne, adj. very arroto arrest, to detain
i, to ftay, to tarry

jbir della fame,


k hunger
lite,
adv. oui-

angrij

Arrabbiata

la lncia,

to

couci

gant
Arroganza,/ arrogance, pride,
se/fsufficiecy

Arrogare,
Arrogiito,

Arrabbiaillo, adj. enraged,


mad, furious
Arrabiito, adj. mad, fierce.

Arrogere,

and ArrogKni,
part.

tr>

arrogated.

add, to giv^ to

to

Arrogimnto, m. addition

and ArrafEire, to
to catch, to tear luith

Arraffare,

match,
hnohs

Arroliire, to enlist;

Arroncre,

Arratfarto,
calched

Arramaccidre,

to

to

arro'.drti,

need
m. reddening.

>ssimnto,

mretted,

adj.

drive one in

e, to i/K.?

rvgfrle

A rram picare,

to

climb

uid Arrosi

Arrancare, to go lame, to limp


along
Arrancato, adj. voga arran^
Arrangolare,

to

Arrappre,

wring,

to

adj.

snatched,

_Arrapprfto,

(o

Jly in a pai-

mrest

Arrappatdre, m. a ravisher.

,.

Arringre,
its

(see

AringSre,

derivatives)

adj.

Arrischiamnto, m. risk, danger


Arrischiente, adj. bold, hardy
Arrischiare, to venture, to expose arriscyiiiirsi, to be bold
;

Arrecato, part, brought


Arrecatore, in. and Arrecatrice,/. one rvho brings, catArredkre, to prepare, to equip
Arrdo, jk. forniture, implements arrdo di nave, rigping of a ship
Arrenare, to run aground, to

parch

Arrfdere, to smite, to fan


la fortuna arride alle nt
imprse, /ortwne smiles o
ArriHfSre, to play at tneep-

usly
Arrischiato, part, ventured
Arrischivoie, adj bold, hardy
Arrisicare,
(see
Arrischiare,
and its derivatives)
Arrissare, and Arrissdrsi, to

Arrotature, and Arrottno. m.


[bull
a grinder
Arrotolare, to make vv ir.to a
Arrovellare, to be angry, i,>
make one mad with aoger
Arrovellamnte,
adv. furiDvellto, adj.

mad, furious

7iytr"''

Arrivare, to arrive at, fc


reach; arrivar bene, to suc-

desist

Arrendamnto, m. a

Arrivamnto, m. and Arrivata,

Arrigzare,

Arridersi, \o surrender,

AiTovesciato, part, orerthroin

arrival
Arrivato, part, arrived

lease
to

rai

to

S3

up-

Arrozzire, to maks rough,


harsh, rugged: arrozzirsi, to
grow rough ; il freddo arroi-

ASC
zlsce te mar.i, cold

makf

the

hands rungh

AnuRare. to entafigh,

or rnrd;

arruffarsi, to take one another


Ay the hair
Arruffato, adj. entangled., un-

cnmhed
Airutt"atre,

m.

[tangles
that cn-

he

Amiffianare, to pimp
Arrugginire, to grow rnsty
Arruotafrbici, in a isriiider
Arruotare, (see Arrotare)
Arruotolare,

{see

Artificidle,

and

AST
Arteiiciato,

adj. artificial, artfrd


Artilicialmnte, eidv. artfully
Artificio, m. industry, skill,
instrument, engine, imple-

Artificiosamnte, adv. tvorkmanlike, craftily


Artitciositade,
Artificiosit,
and Artificiositte, /. art,
skill
Artificiso, adj. skilful, subtle,

Arrotolare)

crafty

Artigiano, m. tradesman, arArtigidno, adj. of an artifcer


Artigliare, to seize, or scratch
mith the claws
Artiglieria, f. artillery, ord-

Asc'irore, to envy
Ascia,/, an axe, a hatchet
Asciatone, m. a bracket
Asciare, to chip, to square
sciogliere, to absolve, to re-

Ascilvere, m. breakfast
Asciolvere, to breakfast
Asciugggine,/, dryness
Asciugamnto, m. drought,
dryness, the drying of
Asciugtinte, adj. drying
Asciugare, to dry, to wipe
Asciugatio, m. towel
Asciuttamente, adv. dryly
Asciuttzza, /. and Asciutto
Asciutto, adj. dry
Asclto,/ and scoltamr.to,

m.
Artiglire,

and

listening

m.

Ascoltante, m. auditor, listen-

with

Ascoltare, to listen, to mind;


ascondere,
conceal, to
to
dissemble ;
ascondersi,
to

Artigliro,

gunner, matross
Artiglio, ?i. claw, talon
Artiglidso, adj. armed

A'rso, adj burnt, poor

Arsura,

'

/.

burning

heat,

drought, extreme misery


artfully,
adv.

Arutamnte,

A'rte,/. art, slyness

fire arte

a'una cosa, io folloni a husicon arte, a<l


; per arte,
iess

arte, on purpose, maliciously,

designedly
Artefatto, ad} artificial
Artfice, m'. rvor'kman, arti-

Artimne, m.

the

mizen

sail ;
the

artimne,

arbore dell'

Artista, m. tradesman, artisan


Artistamnte, adn. artfully
Artritico, adj. articular
diviner,

Amspice, m. augur,

listen

Ascoltazine,/, listening
Asclto, m. star in asclto,
hearken privately

Ascndere,
An>sp(cio,

i.

Arzaggo,

tn.

Arzlca, /.

a soothsaying
a kind of kite
kind of yellon

ficer
Arteficllo, Arteficiulo, and
AWeficiuzzo, TO. un unskilful

paint
Ai2igogol2lnte, adj. (see Fan.

Artemisia,/, mugrvort

Arzigogolare,

,.

A scone,

to

/.

ti

conceal

comet

with

tail

Ascosamente, adv. secretly


Ascso, part, hid, lurking
Ascostamnte, adv. secretly

A scsto, adj.
to

invent,

to

concealed
Ascritto, adj. in rolled

Artria., f.'artery
Arteridle, iidj arterial
Arteriologia,/. arleriology

Arteriilso, adj. arteriotts


Arleriotoinla,/. the opening

Aneriuzz./ a

Arzillo, adj. lively, bold

of Asce,/, an axe, a hatchet


Ascella,/, arm-hole, arm-pit
Ascendentale, adj. linea ascendentale, i. ascending line
Ascendente, adj. ascending,

little artery
ArtStica,/. Me gnut
Arttiro, adj. gouty
Articella, /. a business of a

[tinctty
them poie
to pronounce disArticolrfre, adj. articular
Articolatamente,
adv.
distinclly
Articolato, adj. articulate
Anicolazinei/. articulation

Articolare,

Artfcolo, m. article,
head,
point, clause
{care, art
Artificazioiie,/. (in painting)

duyUhi

Asia./. Asia
Asitico, i2({; .i4i(7/i<; ; costiim
Asiatici, Asiatic manners
loose customs
m. asylum, refuge
A'sima, /. the asthma

Asflo,

little profit

Artichiocco, m, artichoke
Articfjia,/ industry
A'rtico, adj. the arctic, or nor-

minous stone
Asfodlllo, i. the

Ascendenza./, rise, ascent


Ascendere, to climb, to mou
Asiendimnto, m.
:ending

Asinccio, afoot, a booby


Asinaggine, /. clorvnishness

Ascensine,/, ascei
nsre, m. he
ascent

who goes up

Asc&a,/.

Ascso, adj. ascended


Ascetico, adj. ascetic, practical
Aschismcfo,' adv. across, a-

thwart

Asinescamente, adv. stupi


Aiinsco,

and Asinfle,

stupid, dull
it,

ASP

ASS

Asinino, adj. of an ass

nitate, [see
i.

ass

071

sino

a wild ass
Asinne, m. a great

sa!-

vlico,

Asprago, m asparagus
Aspe, m. an asp, serpent

to exasperate, tu stir

Asperatria,/. the windpipe


Asperlla, /. horse-tail fa
plant)
Aspertto, adj. a little harsh
Asprgere, tu sprinkle, moisten; asprgere di sale, lii
ziicchero, &c. to strew with
talt, sugar, S(c
AspSrgitcire, m. he who sprin^
kles
Asi>erit, and Asperitiidine,

harshness, severity, adv,


sity, inconvenience
Aspersine, and Aspergir
welting, sprinkling
'part,

klea
Aspersrio,
Aspettbile,

dashed, spri,^[sprinkle
holy- water-

m.

adj.

respectable,

remarkable
Aspettare, tu exi
aspettare il ter
e; aspettar

conibttere

pramnte,

expectalio,

as-

aspramente,

AsprSggiamento,
provoking

the act

adj.

per assdio,

rugge

fierce,

"-

^.u.,.,.,
lingu
aspra, a satirical tongue

AssafeUda,/. assafcetida
isaggiamnto, m. the act
asting

^^^Hr
r*'
assaggiar
l'oro,
"",
~--r,a %

',"

'""P'-'

nssmi
assay

to

assaggiato, part, tasted


-xssaggiatdre, m. taster,

wine-conner,

(also)

Assif

an as

essay

pi.

nance,

primo

aspect,

counte
look, presence ; ne]
asptto, at first sigU

Aspide,

and Aspido,

7?i.

an

Aspirante, adj. trmba aspi-

/.n^.y.v..*
constitute

m. and Assalita,

/. assault, attack
Assalire, to assault

a place
Assannare, to bite, squeeze
Assanno, m. biting

io

"O'ign,

aUege,

'

Assegnatzza./ savingness
Assegnato, part, assigned
Assegnazine,/, and Assgno,
m. assignment
Assegnfre, (see Esseguire, and
its

adv. enough;
assai bene,
pretty well; ass^ pi, ynuch
more; assai per,
se?~'
times ; assai per tempo.
arly
iaissimo, adv. very much

m.

'^"^S^^^e^

larly, sparingly

Assalito, part, assaulted


Aspettato, part, expected
Assalitre, j. assaulter, agAspettatdre, m. and Aspett
gressor, robber
trfce, /.
expecter of any Assaltante, adj. assailant
thing
Assaltare, to attack, assault
Aspettazine,/, and Aspetta Assalto,
m. onset, attack dar
mento, m. expectation, hope
isslto a
Aspfitto,

to wish fat
~-'d to get it by hook

bye...

Assegnatamnte, adv. particu


c

^ ssaggiatura,/, and Atiggio


trial,

or

Assegnamnto, m.
ment, an income; iax asof
segnamnto, to depend up

gold

m. proof,

(see Ai

gli assedinti.

Assediare, io besiege, to beset


Assediato, part, besieged
Assediatdre, m. besieger
Assdio, m. siege ; volare ur.a

asprigno, adj. sourish


L'spro,

of Assediarne, adj.

[
Aspreggiare, to vex, exasi
Asprtto, udj. a little harsh
asprzza, f. harshness, sn
rity, hardship

bi,

dio)

i.

sit

Assediamnto, m.

<o

lerely

to satisfy
sat

to stcon,l

or
one
assedrsi, to sit o
self down

to fight obstinate-

...
.

Assalimnto,

As.pettatf\

Aspomiine.J. exportation
Assecondare
Aspramente, adv.
roughly, Assedre, t
severely;

A'solo, m. breath, (also a button-hole J

'cct

assassin, ruj^

^tj^:f^

rT^'sji]

Asmtico, adj. aslhmalie


Asolare, to breathe, roam, ramble about

Asperre,

A^oi^e:t;:xport

lo satiate
iole

ass,

stupidfeltotv
Asma, asthna

Asprso,

Assassino, m.

Aspirazione,/ aspiring
and Asi- Aspo, m. blades, yard-mi ndAssazire,
Asin^gine)

.^...litcle,

A'sino,

ASS

Aspirato, part, aspirated

hrutl,ruttic, silly

derivatives)

Assemblare,
...,^^,,.c to
.
assemble
Assembla, V.
rmbly

'-

bramnto, m. onset
Assembrare, to assemble, tc
appear ; assembrarsi, to vitti
together;
to
ai my in battle

draw up un

Assennare, to advise, warn


Assennatamente, adv. wisely
Assennatzza,/, sense
Assennato, adj. wise, judiAssnso, m. assent, consent
Assentamnto, m. absence
Assentre, to keep off
Assentarsi,
to
absent one"/
>elf

Assentatre, m. flatterer
Assapre, to let know
Assnte, adj. absent, missing
iporamnto, i. the act of Assentimnto,
m. consent, ap.siting

Assaporare,

to feel, to

prove

a pump that draws A ="5sare, to stone, to


pelt with
up water by attraction
to aspire, aim at
Assassinamnto, m. and Assas-

rante,

Aspirare,

Aspiratamente, adv. with aspiAspiratlTo, adj. that


must be

-^-atnra,/ assassination
ismre,

to

murder

pri-

Assassinito, part, assassinated

,/.

ogee, inattention
Atsn2io^ n~ *iiormn>ood

at-

AST
Asserrsi, io

grow

A ssiderazine, /.

late

Asserenare, to make clear


Asserente, adj. mho asserts

Asserrire, to press, squeeze


Assertre, m. a drfeuder
Assertrio, adj. affirmative

Assessre, m. a Justice, counsellor, assistant

Assestare,

to

counterbalance,

to adjust, to agree; assestar


uno schiaffo ad uno, to give
one a box on the ear
A&selrJre, and Assetire,tomake

dry; queste scarpe m'assettano bene al piede, these


shoes fit me very rvell
Assetato, adj. dry, thirsty
Assettare, to adapt, to settle;
assettarsi,

prepare one's

to

self

Assettatamente,
finely
Assettature, m.

adv.

neatly,

adjusts,

ornament
affectation

accommodation,

in.

mettersi i
setto, to make ready
Assevre, to thicken, to congeal,
;

to pant after
Asseverantemnte, adv.

Assimiglire, and Assimilare,


to compare, imitate, counterfeit

Assioma, m. axiom, maxim


Assfsa,/. tax, duty, excise
Assiso, adj., sitting
Assistente, m. assistant
Assistenza, /. presence, aid,
help
Assfetere, to be present, assist
Assistito, part, assisted
Assistit<3re, m. a helper

Assonnamnto,

ju.

sleep

Assonnare,

to lull asleep
sonnarsi, to fall asleep

Assorbimnto,

as-

swallow-

ni.

-.nd Assrbere, to
swallow, absorb
Assordare, and Assordire, t

Assorbire,

make deaf
Assortimnto, m. suit, assortment, election by lot
Assortire, to sort, to choose by
lot, divide
Assrto,
adj.

poetry)

(in

drowsy
Assottigliamnto, m. and Assottigliatura, /.
Isssening,
extenuation, perfection
Assottigliare, to thin, to diassolti
minish, sharpen
glirsi, to fall away, gron

ridtto in asso, to be reduced


to beg
lasciar in asso, to
,

Assottigliato, part, diminished.

to accompany ; associarsi, to associate

Associare,

Associaine,/. association

Assodamento, m.
Assodare,

to
blish, settle

make firm,

Assottigliature,

n.

one

r/io

Assozzre, and Assozzrsi,

to

make

solidity
esta-

nasty, to spoil
Assuefare, and Assuefarsi, to

Assodato, adj. solid, steady


Assoggettare, to subdue
Assoggettimnto,

stantly

m. subjection

Asseveranza, /. and Asseverarat^nto, m. affirmalion


Assererdre, to affirm, avouch
AsseverarfTO, adj. affirmative

Asseverazidne, /. (see AsseTeranza)


Assicella,/, a staffi
Assicuramento, m. and Assicurnia, /. trust, confidence, assurance,
certainly
Assicurare,

mise;

Assopito, adj. drowsy


Assorbente, "arfj absorbent

Assonanza,/, consonance

forsake quite

Assettatuzzo, adj. dressed with

agreement

compare; a

Assiepare, to inclose
Assillare, to rage, fume
Assnio, m. a hurscfiy
Assimiglinza, and AssimilaSidne, /. resemblance, com-

Assettatura,/, decency, beauty,

to

somigliarsi, to be like
Assommare, to finish, perfect
Assonante, adj. harmonious

Assiuolo, m. a horn-owl

who

follon-er

Assetto,

Assomigliare,

chillness

Assidere, to besiege
Assidersi, to sit down
Assiduamente, adv. assic
ously .
Assiduit, Assiduitde, and
Assiduitte,/. assiduity
Assfduo, adj. diligent, con-

to

aver,

-v'assicuro

to

pro-

che

m'

stato detto, indeed I hare


been
told
so ; assicurare
un vascllo, to insure a

Assolato, a. exposed to the sun


Assolcare, to furrow, to plough
Assolcato,
part,
furrowed,

Assuto, part, accustomed,

ii>

Assuetdine, /. custom, long

ploughed
Assoldare, to recruit, to enlist.

Assuggettlre, to subdue, -vbmit


assumente, adj. one who as

Assmere,

charge. finish

ssolutamnte, adv. absolutely


Assoluto, adj. arbitrary, abso-

to

ne, to c

Assnto, part, taken, assumed


Assnto, m. charge, care
assumption,
Assunzine, /.
assanzine. the
promotion
assumption of the Virgin
;

Lssurt,/ absurdity
Assurdo, adj. absurd, silly
'/sta,
and Aste, /. spear
lance

Assioui-azicine,/. insurance

AssWerrtre, io chill, to quake


Assiderato, adj. ehiUtd, ber.umieg, amazed

'staco,

Issomigli^nta,
girfne,

/.

Assomiglia-

and Assomiglia

mento, m. resemblance

m. a kind of lobster

stallamnto, m. abode
AstallSre, to stop, stay, rest
astallrsi, to fix one's

abode

AST
Astante, adj. auditor,

assiti-

Attecchimnto,

ant
Astata, /. a

stroke

with

Astato,

armed with

adj.

__j. ---.,,

--

[knavishly

Astutamente,
Astutzza,/, cunning
.Vstto, adj. crafty, subtle

Astergente, adj. abstersive


Astergese, te riib clean
Asterisco, . an asterisk (in
printing)
Asterfsmo, m. an asterisnu, or

Atomo, m. atom

constellation

Astersione,/, cleansing, purge


Astersivo, adj. abstersive
Astiare, to envy
A'stice,

m. a kind of lobster

Astinnte,

Astuzia,/ knavery, sagacity


A tante, adj. robust
A'tavo, m. the great-grandfather
Atelsino, i. athtis7n
A'teo, and Ateista, m. atheist
Atlta, m. wrestler
Atmosfra,/, atmosphere

aJj.

forbearing,

continent

in

ing
Attecchire,

to gro
thri
knit (speaking of
fruits)
Attecchito, part, grorvn
Attediare, to n-eary, to te
tedious; attediarsi, to grom
rveary
Attediato, adj. tired, importuned, slow, lazy

Aiteggvole, adj. mimicked

Atteggiamnto, m. gesture, deAttegginte, adj.

one full qj

un toino,

Atrabile,/. /acArcAo/fr
Atrabilirio, adj. troubled wif^
the spiceli
A'trio, m. a portico, vestibule
A'tro, adj. black, mournful.

Atteggiatamnte,
!ggiito, part,

adv.
well

being
reprt-

Astinnza, and Astinnzia, /.


abstinence, temperance
Astiso, adj. envious
Astre, m. goss harvk ; astori celestiali, the angels (by

Dante)
Astrarre, and Astrarre, to separate, abstract
Astrale, adj. starry, influenced
Astraniia,/. black hellebore

Astrattamente, adv. abstractedly


Astrattzza,
abstraction
Astratto, adj. separated, sever-

Astrazidne,

4 strtto,

f.

separation
forced,

part,

A ttempattto,
Atrocit,/, cruelty. fierceness
Atrofia,/, consumption
union, conAttaccamento,
nexion,
attachment,
pas-

adj.

oldish,

old

ttemperamnto, m. moderaAttaccre,

to

hang, fasten

the
attaccarsi,
to
apply
attaccarsi un male,
;
to catch
a distemper ; at-

sobernl

A tterajjerare,

to

gover

ab-

mind

taccar il fudco, to set on


fire: attaccar la gurra, to
kindle war; attaccarsi di
parle, to quarrel; attaccir

Attemperato, part, ruled, go-

Attendamnto,

A ttend^re,

to

m.

encamp-

encamp

engage in Attendato, part, encamped


to pick Attendnte, adj. who waits
Attendere, to mind, consider,
keep good a
to wait ;
to
Attaccaticcio,
adj. gummy,
promise
attndere a fare,
continue ; attndere il
Attaccato, part, tied, fastened
to
tempo, to watch the opporla

con-

somewhat

ttempto, adj. aged, elderly


ttempatotto, adj. old, but
vigorous

battiSglia,

battle

to

attaccar

lite,

up a quarrel

Astrignnte, atd Astringnte,


adj binding, astringent
Astringnza.and Astringnzia,
/. ad of binding
Astringere, and Astrlgnere, to

astro, unluckily
AstroWbio, m. an astrolabe
AstrologaitrO; m. a bad astro-

loger

Astrologare,

to practise astro-

mento)

tunity
attaccatura
del
Attenditdre, m. one that expane, the kissing crust
Attacco, m. sticking, cleaving
pects; attenditdr di donne,
fortune-hunter
Attennte, adj belonging to
Attennza,/ appurtenance
Attenre, to keep promise ; attenrsi, to holdfast
Attanagliare, to pinch, torment, to tear ojr the flesh with Attentamente, adj. carefully,
;

Astrologo, and Astrlago, m.


astrologer, furtune-teller

diligently

Attapinaranto, m.

lamenta- Attentare,

Astrologia./, astrology
Astrologico, adj. astrological
.-Vstronomla,/.

astronomy

Astronomico, adj. astronomi-

to

attempt;

atten-

tarsi, to dare, to be bold


ttentiito, part, attempted

groan

attapinarsi,

to

la-

Attentato,

m.

enterprise,

en-

Attraversato,

part.

Attraversa tore,
that a
)r thwarts
Attraverso, adv. across
m. ttirring Attrazine,/, attraction, conAttenuazMne, /. diminUhing Attizzamnto,
the Jire, provoking, incentraction of nerves
(in law) the diminution of a
sing
Attrazzare, to rig a ship
cnme
.ttrazzatre, m. a rigger
Attenzine, f. and Attendi- Attizzato, part, stirred, provoked
Attrzzo, m. and Attrazzo, inmnto,7n. attention, diligence
',
A'tto,
deed;
upon
m.
action,
ument, engine, tool
AtteTg.Te,totumthe back
star in
)
di partire, to Attribuimnto, m. accusation
Atterramnto, m. and Atterbe readi
Attribuire, to ascribe, to imiay.ine, f. casting, oi cutting
atto, to put
pute attribuirsi, io assume,
down

Attenuato,

part.

'

<

'

Aitenaxe,
humble,

--^-.

pull dorvn, debase,]


to submit : atterrar
gli occhi, to look down ; atterrr.!,
o pros ra e ones
to

Atterrito, adj.
overset
Atterratrfre, m.

pulled

Atterrire, to "Jfrght
Atterrato, adj. astonished, dis-

couraged
|

Atterzare, to reduce to a third


Attesamr.te, adv. attentively
Attso, aij. attentive
Attesoch, because, whereas
Attestare,
bear ivitness.
to
attest

attestarsi,

to

certificate

metit

m.

Attorniamnto,

compass.

circuit

Attorniare,

to

encompass,

t,o

attorniare altri
enclose ;
con benifici, to load with

kindness
Attrno, prep, about ; andar
attrno, or qua e l, to go
round about

Attestatre, m. a witness
A'tti, pi. acts, or deeds
Atticciato, adj. strong, welllimbed
A'ttfco, adj. Attic
Attignere,
to
dram, reach.
arrive;
attignere
I'intendimnto d'un autore, to pene-

Attributo, m. an attribute, or

fight,

dispute
Attestato, m. Attestazine, /.

AHribuito, part, attributed

Attrice,/, actress
agreeable
Attristaninto, m. and AtAttnito, adj. astonished
trist^zine, /. melancholy,
Attopato, adj fuli of rats
grief
Attorcere, and Attorcigliare, Attristante, adj.
vexatious,
to twist, to twine, wring
troublesome
Attre, m. maker, doer, a Attristare,
to
trouble,
to
plainti^-, an actor
grieve; attristarsi, io ./rrf, to
Attoria, /. conduct, govem-

down,

a destroyer

gestu,

stava ill atto come se volesse


parlarmi, he looked as if he
would speak to me : atto,
ad;,
proper. Jit, suitable,

Attortigliare, to wrap,
twist
Attortigliato, adj. twined
Attorto, wrung, twisted

roll,

grown worse

Attristito, adj.

vexed, grieved
Attrit4re, to mince; to dffeat,
Attritato,

part,

yninced,

de-

ftated
Attrito, m. an altrition
Attrizine, f. attrition
Attruppato, part, gathered to-

gether
Attuale, adj. actual, real
Attoscare, <o powo
Attualit,/, what is actual
Attualmente, adv. actually,
Attso, adj. wanton, waggish
really
. the act of
Attuare, to do, perform
Atturio, m. register, notary
Attigniranto, m. draught
Attossicare, to poison
Attignitio, m. a bucket, scoop. Attossicato, part, poisoned
Attuato, part, effected, perAttrante, adj. attracting, enpump
formed
Attuccio, m. a puerile action
Attillrsi, to adorn one's self
gaging
irate into the

'

meaning of an Attossicamuto,
\

foolishly

'

Attillatamente,
sprucely

adv.

finely,
1

Attillato, adj. nicely, elegantly

dressed
Attillatura, and Attillatzza,
f. neatness, spruceness

A'ttimo, m. a moment, an inAttingere,

to touch, to

air

Attraimnto, m. attraction
Attrappare, to catch, to over-

AttuiFamnto,

prised
Attrapperfa,/. deceit, fraud
Attrarre, to allure, to wheedle
AttratUva, /: power of cliarm-

m.

a plung-

plunge; attufattuflUrsi,
dive;
lie' vizj, ne' diletti, &c. to
give one's self up to vices,
and to all manner of plea-

Attuffre,
reach
farsi,
to
Attrappito, part, seixed, sur-

to

Attrattivo, adj. attractive


Attratto,
pari.
aitrc

Attiraglio, m. baggage
Attirare, to draw, to attract

attratto,

(storpiato)

Attuflevole, adj. apt to divi.

AUT
nthat is the mailer f
far
avere, to procure ; aver a

sdegno,

ira, to hale

A'va,/ grandmother
Avlle, adv. downwards
Avangurdia,/, vanguard
Avania,/. wrong-, mjury
Avannotto, m. a simpleton
Avanti, and Avante, prep.

part

poco

avanti,

aver in
;
aver in balia.

ivr

council

of

th*

Aumentile,

agio.
1

uno,

al

sle,

iver in
ed to ;

aver in grado,
accept :
aver in prgio,
esteem
aver pentimnto,
to repent
aver vdce, to
speak ; si ha vce, 't whisto h
.,

just

aulic

detest

to

Attutfve, to finpose silence


Attutatre, and Attutitdre,
m. a paeifier, an appeaser

before

the

Aumentativo, adj. increasing


Aumentatre, m. an improver
Aumentazine, /. increase,
improvement

Aumnto, m. growth, addiHon


Auncicre,

to take

away, ra-

Avanti,

adv. forrvard; pi
avanti,
farther,
deeper ;
avanti
che, adv. before ;
avanti, rather

Avanzamnto,

m.

advance- Avere, m.

Avmo,
Avanznte,

adj. surpassing,
abounding, overflowing

Avanzare, to get, to increase,


improve; avanzar tempo, fo
avanzarsi, to take

estate, riches

r,

!:;:"^j_

ind

hell

Aversine,/. aversion
Avrtere, to turn away, ave
A uffo, adj. gratis, for
thing: vivere a uffo, to
at free cost
vrosve.

lany

..

_,

bird-

Aura,

g-u/e,"

Avoltre,

breeze

m.
ura

popolare, popular applause


Aurato, adj. goldlike, gilt
A'ureo, adj. golden
Aurtta./. a gentle breeze
Auricolare, adj. auricular

auricolare,
la
coifessiiie
Augelletto, and AugelUuo, m.
^fiffAvanzato, adj. in year
a little bird
Avanzo, m. remainder, resi- Augllo, m. a bird
Auricme, a. golden-haired
due, profit, gain
Augumntare, to increase
/.'
break of the day,
Avaraccio, m. stingy
Augumentto,
part.
aug- Aurora,
Avaramente, adv. niggardly
Avartto, m. a little miser
Augumentazidne, /. augmen- Au.<;re, to accustom
Ausiliare, adj. auxiliary
Avarfa,/. average (sea term)
Aurilirio.arfJ. auxiliary troops
Avarizia, /. avarice, grecdi- Augumnto, m. increase
Ausiliatre, m. helper, proAugurale, adj. of an augur
Avaiizre, to be niggardly
Augurare, to conjecture, to
Ausdnia,/. Italy (by poets)
foretell
Avaronaceio, and A Tar(5ne,m. Augurato, part, conjectured, AusOnico, adj'. lialian (by
ruretched miser

Audace,

Audcia,

/.

Bocc.)

foretold

adj.

audaciously,

presumptuously

Audacemente,

adv.

boldly.

Auguratre, Augura, Augure,


m and Auguratrice, /.
soothsayer, augur
Augrio, m. guess, omen, divi-

audacity, daring-

Audienza, and Audinzia,

/.

Audfre, to hear
Auditorato, m. an auditorship
Auditre, ni. inferior judg
Auditrio, m. a court, session-

Auspice, director of the rvedding (among the Remans)


Auspicio, m. presage, omen,
protection, guidance
Austeramente, adv. austerely,

Augurso, adj. superstilions


strictly
scrupulous, good-omened, ill- Austerit, /. sharpness, seveomened
Augusto, adj. sacred, impe- Austro, adj. grave.
rial
augusto in volto, a
countenance full of ma;

jesty

Avidamente,

adv. greedily,
eagerly
Avidit, Avidltde, Aviditte,

A' ve, (Latin) God save you


Avellino, f filbert
AveUAno,,filbert-tree
Avello, m. grave, tomb, sepul-

Avna, /.

to

be

glad

-'a^er

che

avete

adv.

au-

thentically
to authenticate
Auteiiticazine,/. aulheniiea-

A'vido, adj. greedy, covetous


Avito, adj. hereditary
Aula,/, a royal palace
Aulico, adj. belonging to the

reed, pipe

Averef'^tare

Autenticamente,

and Avidzza,/. greediness, Autenticare,

court

ii

cons/glio

uUce,

Autntfco,
original;

adj.

authentic,

per autentico, i

Autogrclfo, adj. autographical

AW

AW
adv. " be-

A Tvenentemute,
Autorvole,
imperious

adj.

creditable,

im-

adv.

periously
Autorit, /, auihorily, power
Autorizzare, to authorize
Autorizzato, adj. authorized
Autrfce,/. authoress

"vverdlre,

suitable
/.

ralJy
Avversrio,
opposer

because

l'avvnimnto di Cristo, the


feast of Advent
Avvenire,
happen,
to
to
turning,

ni.

non

burning,

Avvampare, to singe, to consume avvampar d' amore,


to burn with love; avvam-

qualche disgrazia, / noi


afraid lest some misfortune
should befall him

with

Avvampante,

adj.

inflaming
:

par

impazinza,

d'

Avvantaggire,
advantage
Avvantaggiato,

to be

have

to

adj.

imthe

erest

s>

benefit,
deli-

tggo, to improve the

dar

vantage;

dell'

trary

tageous
Avvantrsi,

adj.

in-

with violence
to
shoot, dart, Avvertimnto, m. admonition,
advice
fiing ; avventarsi, to run in,
Avvertire, to warn, advise,
to rush upon
Avventatggine, /.
to inform, take care; stare
impru-

ad-

guard
Avvertito,

custom
Avvezzare,

giddy-heada
Avventizio, adj. adve

foresight.

Avventura,
venture;

Avvedutamente, adv.

adj.

formed
Avvezzamente,

advan-

Avvedrsi,
to
perceive, ii
understand, find out
Avvnto, m. event, arrival
Avved^vole, adj. clear sighted A.vveitre, m. customer
i.

vvenXre, m.
future; per Avvertentemnte, adv. adr avvenire, henceforth
visedly
vventamnto, m. throwing Avvertnza, /. care, heedful-

avvan-

to boast

Avvedimnto,

ab-

adverse, conavverso, opposite, unadj.

A\-verso, prep, against


Avvertente,
adj.
cautious,

taggio, to give the odds

Avvantaggiso,

loathing,

f.

affliction

vvrso,

t'

advan- Avventare,

tageous

Avvantaggio, m.

adversary,

Avversit, /. sorrow, misery,

thrive, prosper;
avvenirsi,
to
light upon, find, meet

av\enga pi
di far ci, do so no more
temo che non gli avvenga

blading

m.

rversario, adj. contrary


tu', the devil
Ar\-ersat(5re, m.
an adver;V

Avversrio,

Awampamnto,

green, to be

grace,

Avvallam'nto, m- a cavity

rage

grow

comeliness

somely

Awengach, adv.

autumnal
autumn

adj.

i.

to

Avvenevolmnte, adv. hand-

Avvnimnto, m. Avvnto,
m. citante, danger, event,
Avvallire, to let down
arrival
a tutto avvniAvvalloramnto, m. valour.
mnto, rvliatever happens

Autunno,

ad-

adv.

verbially

Avvrbio, m. adverb

teel,

wenevolzza,

adj. adverbial

Avverbialmente,

tzza,/. beauty, grace


adj. fair, genagreeable, proper, fit,

Avvenvole,

Autorevolmente,

Autunnale,

Arrerto, adj. averred, pro-

Avvenen- Avverbiale,

and

vvennza,

to

warned, in-

m.

habk,

accustom

av-

vezzarsi, te inure one's self


Avvezzato, and Avvzzo, adj.

tf. accident,
all' avventura,

ad-

by

tvarily,

prudently, carefully

Avvedutzza,

foresight,

/.

Avviato, adj. forward,

n-ise.

consideration

Avveduto,

adj.

wary, provi-

dent

and Avvegnaadv.

Avvelenatiinto,

Avvelenare,
Avvelenato,

to

because,
I.

poisoning

adj. poisoned;
avvelenato,
transported with rage
Avvelenatre, m. poisoner

nimo

ing, alternately
Av\'icendre, to do

pily, luckily

Avvegnach,
dioch,

vventuratamnte, adv. hap- Avvicendamnto, m. succeedturn by


adj.
happy,
turn
vventuvevolmnte, adv. for- Avvicendvole, adj. one after
vventurato,

tunately, luckily

m.

aivetUu-

A wenturoszunnte,

adv.

vventurire,

luckily

AwtnturdsOj

adj. successful

Avvennte, and Avengnte, Avvenuto,


adj.
adj.
handsome,
genteel,
befaUen
agreeable
Avverare, to aver,

happened,
to verify

Avvicinamnto, m.
nnza,^. approach
Avvicinare,

to

Avvici-

draw near

avvicinarsi, to approach
Avvicinato, part, approached
Avvignare, to plant the vine
Avvignato, adj. planted with

AW

BAG

A^Tiiimnto, m. conslemalion,
Avvilire, to undervalue, vilify;
to desfond,
lose
avvilfrsii

Avy'ivHo. adj. revived


vvivatrtjo, m. a burnisher

Azzimina,/. a

coat of mail

(tool!

vvivatrfre,

m. Avvivitrlce,/.

a burnisher, one who bur-

minima

disgrazia, the least

misfortune disUeartens him


Avvilfto,

astonished,

adj.

amazed
Avviluppamnto, m.

nishes

Avvizzire, to fade away


Avvocare, to follow the law,

to

Avvocarla, /.

office

of an ad-

io

maim,

cripple

Azzulfamento, m. quarrel,

de-

bate

rvrap up, iniangte avvilupparsi, to perpUx,one-s self.


.
Avviluppatamente, adv. in-

Azzuffarsi, to come to blows,


driiik like ajish
"-''
Azzuftatre,
'lusly, pas-

to

a lawyer, protector
Lvvocatrice,/.
she\f. a she-advocate,

trUatdy

Azzulo,

Avviluppato, part, wrapt up,


covered.

Azzoppare,

Azzoi)pto,a(y. maimed, imied


disorder,

confusion

Avviluppare,

avvilupiita,

I'

adv. disorderly

Avvilupptre,

m.

disturber,

to wrap, to roll,
to bamboozle ; avvolgersi, to
lose one's self, to stray

vvolgere,

m.

Avvolgimnto,

dark blue

winding,

twisting

deceiver, glutton

adj.

Azzurriccio, Azzurrigno, AzzuiTlno, and Azzurrc'giiolo,


adj. coloured with azure, or

Azzurro, m. azure, blue

Avvolgitre, m. he thai wraps


Avvinaccidto, adj. drunk
Avvinare, to mix wine rvith

Avvindto, adj. mingled

Tvitk

Avvolontatamnte, adv. rashly


Avvolontato, adj. rash, strong

headed
Avvinazzarsi,

to

drink plenti-

Avvolpiiire,

dupe,deceive
part, deceived,

to

Avvolpinato,
drunk
caught
Avvincere, and Avyinchiare,
fully, to get

avviuchiiSrsij

Avvoltare, to encompass
Avvolticchiare,
wreath.
to

Avvinto, part, tied, tvrapt


Avvisglia,/, combat
Avvisamnto, m. advice, nevjs,

Avvolto, adj. wrapt, involved


Avvoltolatamnte, adv. Iiastily
iltura, /.
winding, ol

Avvisare,

Avi.culo,

to

tie

up, ta encompass, to

comprehend

scurity
der,

to

advertise, consito perceive, tc


;

remark

Avvisatamente, adv. circum-

Contratto a
babbo morto, a post obit
Babboccio, ad. rashly, inccnr
siderately

face booby
Bacalare, m. a great man, a
great wit (ironical)
Bacaleria,/. bragging, vaunt-

concern, claim, righi ,


tentar azine a qualchedno,
bring an action ; azine,
claim, right; ho azine
sopra questa casa, I have a
right to this house

ing
Bacare, to breed worms
Bacato, and Bacaticcio, adj.

Azzanipto, adj. that has paws

Baccanale, m. a tumuitiunu
crowd, a bacchanal
Baccanella,/. a rout, mob
Baccano, m. noise, uproar
Baccante, /. a priestess of
Bacchus
Baccellerfa, /. degree qf Ba-

to

Awisattra,/. look

blockhead
Babbo, m. papa.

irritated

prepared ; far avvisato, to Azinda,/, domestic affa


avvisato, adj.
give notice
mise, discreet, crafty
Avvisatre, m. monitor, prizer,

Babbac-

clne, m. a fool, a dunce


Babbeo, ?. blockhead , fool
Babbine, i.
dull fellow,

Babbuassaggine, /. stupidity

advertised,

part.

arul

-'

m, uncle
Babbuasso, adj. simpie,foolish,
Auzzamnto, m. making sharp
awkn-ard fellow
Auzzre, to sharpen, i,--'- Babbuino, m. monkey, laprovoke
boon babbuino, a monkeyAuzzato, adj.

spectly

Avvisato,

T) ABBACCIO,

.sickly, rotten

Bacca,/, a berry
Baccal, and Baccalare,

m.

stockjish

Awiticchiamnto, m. twist- Azzannato,


ing: knot
Avviticchiare, to twist, to en

adj.

caught with

the tusks

Azzardare,

Azzardare, and Azzardo, m.


hazard, danger
[bold
Avvitolto, ad;, rough
Azzardso, cdj. adventui
Azzeccare, to strike
Avvivare, to enliven, give vi- Azzicare, to stir, shake
gour; avvivarsi, to grow Azzimirsi, to aderii one's .
strong, to flourish
Azzimlla,/. unleavened L read
i

Avviticchiato,

adj.

twisted,

Baccellire, and Baccelliro,


m. bachelor of arts
Baccllo, 7(1. husk ; baccellne, shell, blockhead, dunce

Bacchetta, /.

rod,

mace-

BAD

BAG

comandilre a bacchtta, to
commajid imperioutly ; bacchtte, gantUl, a milUary
punishmtnt ; passiir per le
bacchtte, to run the gantlet
bacchtta da rino, a tavern
;

tign
Bacchettata,/, blow with a rod

Bacchettoncinoj

adj.

BAL
Bagiiatdre, m. a bather
[to)
Bagnatura,/, (see HagiiamnBglio, 7i.
a bath, bagnio.

Badaluccare,

to

iuse

enemy

the

skirmish,
;

idle

to

''s time away


bath
Badaluccatdre, m an idler
Bagnomaria, S,- Bagnomarie,
Badalucco, to. skirmish, play,
m. balneum marix

Bagnudlo,

little

hypocrite
Bacchett<5ne, m. and Bacchet-

Bacchettoneiia, /. and Bacchettonlsrao, m. hypocrisy


Bacchiare, to cudgel
Bacchiata, /. a blow with a

Bcchico, aiy. of Bacchus


Bacchinone, m. a fool, dunce
Bacchio, m. a ttaff, a cudgel
parlar a bcchjo, to talk

to.

little

bath.

Badaranto, to. delay


Badare, to amuse one's self, to
stand trifling, take notice of,
take care, to covet,

to

look

Bia, /. sham,

amorously upon
Baderla,/. a silly woman
Badessa,/, abhess
Badia, f. abbey
Badiale, adj. great, large
Badiglire, to yawn, gape
Badile, m. shovel, spade
Baffi, m. plur. whiskers
Eagaglia, /. Bagaglie, /. pi.
and Bagglio, 7n. baggage

Bacco, m. Bacchus
Bachca, m. a fine fellow, a
clothes
blockhead, a glass case
Bagagline, to. a soldier's boy,
Eacherdzzolo, m. a tvorm,grub
blackguard
Baciamano, nt. a compliment
Bagagliudle, tattered clothes
Baciamente, repeated kissing
Bagagliume, m. bag and bagBaciente, culj. kissing
gage
Baciapfle, and Baciapdivere, Bagscia,/, harlot

idle story ; dar


bia,
to
banter ; bia
(spiggia) a bay or road at
sea ; I'ar le baie, to wag

la

Baiare,

to

,,/.

bark
a trick

Baitta,/. estamine (a French


stuff)

Bailo, TO. a sort of magistrate


Bio, adj. bay or chestnutcolour ; bio scuro, brown

bay

Baiocco, TO. a piece of money


about three farthings value
Baionccio, m. an impertinent
fi'low
Baine, to. a scomer, banterer
tn. bigot, hypocrite
Bagascine, m. strumpet's man BaionetU,/. a bayonet
Baciare, to kiss: baciarsi, to Bagatella, f. trifle, toy ; ba- Baiiica, and Baicola, /. very
kiss one another ; baciar la
frivolous thing
gatelle, fa negative "expresscpa, to have patience
sicnj no such a thing, not at Bala, /. the banana tree
Baciato, part, kissed
Balanino, adj. of a whale
all
Baciat<$re, m. a kisser
Balastra, /. the flower of the
Bagatellire, m. a juggler
3aciatrice,f. a kissing woman Bagattelluccia, and Bagatelpomegranate tree
Bacfle, TO. a basin
Balaustrata, /. balustrade, rails
luzza,/. a very trifle, a toy
Bacinella,/, a tUl
Bagattlno, to. the smallest piece Balastro, m. a rail, a banister
Bacintto, m. a helmet
Balbettante, adj. stuttering
of money
Bacano, m. basin
Balbettare, and Balbutire, to
Baggo, TO. a simpleton
Bcio, m. a kiss ; un bcio di Bagginccio, to. a great btockGiuda, a treacherous kiss
Balbo, and Balbuzinte, adj.
tongue-tied, that stamtners
Bcio, exposed to the north- Baggianta, /. foolishly said.
wind ; a bacfo, towards the
Balbzie,/. *taTOmei-ing', stutnorth
Baggiane, /. pi. enti
Eaciocco, TO a simpleton
fair or kind words, false Balbuzzre, and Balbuzzire,
Balcne, m. balcony
Baciozzo, TO. a hearty kiss
Baldacchino, to. canopy; asBaciucchiare,
Baeiuecre, Baggiano, to. blockhead, fool
petre col baldacchino, to
to give many kisses
to
Baggiolre, to support,
look for homage
Baciuccio, m. a slight kiss
prop
Baldamente, adv. boldly
Baco, TO. a worm, maggots Baggidlo, TO. a stay, prop
presumption
mite bachi, worms
Baglire, m. lightning, dax- BaldSnza, /.
Bacdcca, m. apricot (by the
Baldanzeggire, to live merrily
Sicnese)
Baglfvo, TO. a bailiff
Baldanzosamente, adv. boldly,
Eacoh'uo, TO. a maggot
Bagnaiudlo, m. bather
[rash
valiantly
Bacucco, TO. a hood, a corvi
Bagnamnio m. the act of
BaldanzosttcarfJ. bold,hardy.
Bacccola,/. a nut
sprinkling
Bada, used as an adverb te- Bagnante, adj. moistening, Baldanzso, adj. stout, valiant
Baldo, adj. daring, courawashing, bathing
nre a bada, to keep at bay
star a bada, to stand tri- Bagnare, to >vet, to wash :
far
bagnarsi, to bathe, cr wash Baldria, flame, bonfire
fling star alia bada d'uno

&

to teatch, to

observe

one's self
adj. wet,

Badggio, m. an amorous look Bagnato,

baldria, to rivl,feast

washed

Baldrcca,/. harlot, drab

BAM
Balenamnto, m.

Iighhti7ig

Balenante, adj. shinivg, biigit


Balenare, to lig/iien, to stagger
Balno, m. lightning; in un
balno, in an instant ; far lb
scoppio e'I balno, to Jo a
thing at once arco balno.

Balletta,/, a little bale


Balltto, m. a ballet, a dance
Ballo, wi. dance, ball
[dance

Bamboccio, m. a simpleton
Ba'mbola,^: a puppet, doll
Bamboleggiare, to do chii.iisli

Ballnchio, ni.
a countryBalldne, m. a large bale
Ballonzre, & Ballonzolare, io
dance without rule

Bambolino, and Bambolo,


an infant, babe
Banca, an office, vihere

Ballottare, to ballot
Ballottazine,^', ballotling

Baloccdggme, and BalloccheBalstra,/, cross-bow ; caricijr


Baloc
la balstra, to Jill one's belly
Balestralo, i. a maker of

'rifles,

Banchire, and Banchiro, m-

blicklii'adness

Balrdo, adj dull, foolish,


Balsinico, m/J.

"""

addict one's self;


piacri,

darsi
to

tilly

'

tri

f?i.
a bench, a shop
metter banco, tc be
;
a banker; banco in una
ciisa, a pew ; banco
di

counter

rena, a sandy bank


altra

dall

banda, on the other side


metter da banda, to put abanda, ^'"g^, ic.iirf
company passai; da banda a
banda, to run through m'
sempre banda. Ae is alwayt
by me andare alla banda,'i'o
;

Blsii

side;

[bai

Baluardo,
Balusante, adj. dim sighted
Balza, /. a 'rock, hill, eliJT,

Banco,

Banda, sideways

"*

bi

balm

ml
Blteo, JH

Blia, f.,'mrse'^"" "


Balfa, /. pon'er, authority;
tener in balia, to K'eep one

are paid passar la bjMic?,,


to muster
Bancrio, m. a bank-bill
Banchettare, to give a feast
Banchetto, m. a feast, a little

mistake.

Baloccare, to arnuse
Balcco, m. a booby, simpleton
Baloccne, adv giddily
EalordiJggine.& Baldrderfa,/.

Balestrira, /. a loop-hole in a
wall (to shoot through)
Balestrire, m. a borv-man, a
shooter
Balestro, m. a cross-bo,v, or
stone-bow ; andare su bal-

soldiers

heedlessly

things

Barnboldn'e, ni a large child

dojvnfal, edge, border

Balzana,/, lace ovfrittge


Balzano, adj. giddy-headed ; Bandeggire, to banish
cervl balzano, a strange Bandeggiiito, adj. banished
Bandlla, /. <Ae hollow iron
Balzante, adj. bouncing, leavrvotk of a door or window
Balziire. to climb, bound, skip
Banderula, /.
a tveather-

in

fellow

pjeasun

BaliggiO;

ailiwiek
viles 'ipon

dal tuo,/u
:i balz

you

Ballato, m. power, authority


Ealio, m. a tutor, a husband
adj.
Baliso,
strong, hisly,

Bandira, /. a standard, banner a bandira, by chance ;


bandira, a whore, a prvsti:

Balzellare, to skip, to burden


Balzllo, m. additional burden
balle, to

BaizeWni, frisking, skipping


BaVzo,

pack away

Bambagllo,
Bambagia, /.

Ballare, to dance, to shake;


i denti mi ballano, my teeth
ballar sulla corare loose
da, io dance oh a rope bal-

col Uaston della bambagia,


to chide mildly allevai nella

Bandito,
nish'ed

adj.
;

published,

biz

tener corte bandita,

lare in campo aziirro, io be


bambagia, to bring up deli
io keep open house
baiidito,
caiely
hanged
Balata,/, a dance, a ballad; Bambagino, m. calico
highwayman
qual ballata, tal sonata, to Bambgie, m. (see Bambsigia
landitre, m. a common crier
give like for like; fornir la Bambagiso, adj. soft (like
dndo, m. a proclamation
ballata, to make an end of
bando di testa, a rejvard
any business guidarla bal- Bambttra,/. agame (at cards)
for taking a criminal: banlata, to have the management Bambina,/, a little girl
do,
banishment
dar
il
SambinSgine, and Bambine(if any thing
Bdndo, io banish; irar di
ria, /. childishness, childish
Ballatio, m. a gallery
bando, io recali from banishBallatore, and Ballerino, m. a
dancer
[dancing-rvoman
Bandolira,/, a bandolier
Ballatrice, and Ballerina, a
Bandolo, m. the head of a skein
Ballerino, m. daneing-master ;
Bara,/ a bier, coffin, litter
ballerino da corda, a ropeBarabffa, /. a J'iay, al'ercr
;

'.

'.

dancer

BAS

BAR

BAR

Barbicato, adj. rooted


a kind of clelfi
Baracdne,
Barbicella, and Barbiclna,
Baracca,/, a barrack, a tent
a little root
Baraccare, to pitch tent), raise
Barbira,/. a barber's nnfe

barracks
Baracchire, m. a sutler
Baraqciza,/. a hut

Barbire, ?. a barber
Barbieria, and Baiberfa, /.
shop
barb

Barii'e, to cheat, merreach


Bratro, m. dungeon, abyss,
hell

Bardita,/,

Brbio.
Barbogio,

taztne,/. exchange, truck


Barattare, to barter, exchangi
'
barattare
cheat;
to
mercanrfa, to run goodt
Barattat<5re,

Baratteria,

/.

Barbugliare,

far

n. truck, exchange,
deceit, truck
Barttolo, m. a pot for medi

/. beard : far la barba,


barbe, rout, princi;
alia barba, in spite

shave

ple

la vidi solamente
al barlume, I had only a
glimpse of her ; ne ho un
barlume, / know something
of it
Baro, and Barro, m. knate,

Baroceijo, m. a carter
a barge, a boc
BarOccio, m. a cart
andar uno in barca,
Barcco, and BarSccolo,
one angry: far u
sharking, spunging
to play a trick
Barmetro, m. barometer

BMS;cia,

/.

an

old barge

Barcar(51o, a
Barcaiulo,
Parcarudlo, m. bargeman,

Barcata, /. a Ziar^c
Barchetta, and .B

Barcollante,

B'rM?lio,

Barba-

and

reel,
barba- Barcollare, to wave.

adv.

rescamente,

Barne, m. a baron, a vagabond barne di campo fire,


a pick-pocket; barne di
Francia, one that has the pox
Baronssa,/, baroness
Baronetto, m. a baronet, at
:

adj.

dimness of sight

I.

t.

a baroness
Baronceio, m. rogue, rascal
Baronggio, m. fcarony
Baronre, to beg, to spunge
Baronta,/, roguery
Baroncello, m. vagabond,r.ama little baron
bler
Baroncio, ni. an idle slovenlif

Barna.,

boat

/. a little
Barbacane, m. barbican
nu a park
Barbaccia, /. o shabby long Barco,
Barcollamento, m.
beard
sima
owl,
Barbagianni, m. an

Barbaramente,

notion:

barca ad uno,

Baratto,

to

slammer

make

and Baratuero,

deceiver, cheat

Barba,

little cask
Baritono, m. a musical term
Barlcchio, adj addled
Barlettiio, m. a cooper
Barlette, m. a holdfast
Barlume, m. dusk, a hint;

Barca, /.

deceit,

guilt,

to

Barfle," a pipe, a hogJiead,


barrel; barile de ruta, the
stock of a wheel
Bariletto, and Bariltto, m. a

Barbuta, m. a helmet
Barbuto, adj. bearded, full of

a trucker

trick

Barattire,

_^

Barbne, m. a long beard, an


d dotard, a shaggy do
Barbugliamnto, m. cor.

^.
,
strife, quarrel, dis-

Barattamnto, m. and Barat-

m.

/.

Icnight

and baronet

Baronlsi, f. barony
Barcne, m. a ship
Barra, f. bar, harricado
Barda,/, a sort of saddle
Barrare, to bar: barrare la
Bardana, /. burdock
strada, to stop the way
caparisoned
and Barbersco, Bardito, adj.
Barrato, adj. inclosed, beset. _ ^
a
for
trapping'
Bardatura, /.
Barreria, /. a cheating,

horse
Bardella,/, a pack-taddle
'"
'"
a sadf
bardosso, adu. without

die

Brbaro,

adj.

hand-barrorv,
Barella, /. a
kali, saltwort
Barellare, to carry in a bar-

o kind of grape

Barbai(5ssa,/.
Barb.lta,/. roots
Batbatella,/. a slip of a tree
Barbato, adj. bearded, full of
JBargagnre, io bargain,
btard, roottd
cavil or Tvrangle; star

Barbaizle,/. _
Barbarsco, m.

Barbary

-i
-Hi^hc^ir^^^B^P'^^-^k
meet

ho,

'

.,..eqf the barbs

Brbero, i a Barbary horse


Barbetta, /. a little heard

Barbicamnto, m. the act


taking root
Barbicare, to take root

.'

harricado,

Barrira, bar, partition, barriers, (a martial s^ort) .

barbarous.

cruel

Barricata, /.

rvilh

bargll

pi.

cock's rattle;

Biro, a cheat at gaming


Baruffa, /. and Baruffo, fray,

BaruU/e,

io btiy

and

sell

at

retailers

Barllo,

m. a

retailer,

a fori-

staller

Barzelltta,/, a jest, a banter


Basalisco, m. a basilisk

Basa, and Base, base, boHom,

ground
Basamnto, m.
a pillar

the pattern cj

BAS
Basottiine, m. one mho has long
and fine mhiskers
Basilica, /. cathedral church,

Bast ardercelo, and BastardSIIo,


Bastardggine,

and Bastardtgia,/. .bastardy


Bastardlla,/, a copper pan
Bastardo, adj illef^ittmaie
Bastardume', m. bastardy
Bastare, io be sufficient basta,
io non -voglio vedrlo piu;
;

Basimnto, m. falliti
Basimentccio, m. a

adv.

Bassamente, m. a

toTver

look

basely,

fall, dimi-

bassr gli occhi, to


bassr la
;

downmards

down,

let

Bassetta, /. the gatne of bas-

Basstto, m. countertenor
Bassetto, adj. somewhat low
Basszza, /. jneanness, lowliness ; fare una basszza, to
debase one's self
Bassflica,/. the basilic vein
Basso,
adj.
low,
shallow,
base, mean ; mara bassa,
lorn water
paesi bassi, the
la gente
tow
countries;
bassa, the common people,
the vulgar ; il sole gi
basso, the sun is going to
set; di bassa nascita, of a

Eastire, m^ a saddler
Bastimnto' a ship, or vessel
Bastionare, to fortify with bas-

di basso inggno, a
nnted man basso discrso,
a fiat discourse
panno
;

m.

pi.

tiifficient,

Bastantemente,

adv.

ciency

an affront ; serrare il basto


adesso ad uno, to press, or

m.

Battaglio,

the clapper

of a

Battagline, m. a battalion
Battagliala,
and BttagHzza,/. a skirmish
Eatlelletto, m. a little boat
Battello, m. a small boat, a
skiff
Battnte, adj. beating, panting
Battnte, m. the rabbet qf a
door or window
Bttere, io beat; bttere alla
rta, to knock ai the door ;

E tter

campagna,

la

the country
to
le

to

bttere

scour
denti,

shake with cold; btter


palme, io clap hands ;

btter

grano,

il

io

thresh

corn ;
btter monta,
ta
coin ; btter gli ocelli, io
mink; bttere, io walk fast;
bttersela, to go away ; in

club

'tis
hot ;
rvkilst
btter il butirro, ti. chum ;
btter Tali, tojlutttr btter
n foot ;
'o tra
bttersi le guam.ie, to repent

Bastoncllo, and Bastoncino,


ft. a small stick or cudgel
Bastne, m. staff, support,
prop; bastni, jn. pi. club
at cards ; giuocr di bastne,

bttersi,

bttere una
town; btter
strike fire

Bastracne, a lusty man


Bastda,/. a sort of net
Batacchia, /. a blow with a
Batacchiare,

to

beat,

rlicel
fi^ght a
citt, tn batter a

to

fuco,

il

btter

io
re, io

Batteria,/, ij^eny
Battesimale, adj. b.iptvimal
il fonte battesimale, the font

knock

down
Batacchio, m. a cndgei
Batista,/, cambric
Batistro, m. the baptismal

Battsimo, and BattCsrao, ni.


baptism, tener a battBiir.u,

Battezzamnto,

;.

act of bap-

able
svffi

ciently

Bastanza, /.

Bastta.f fortress
Bs'to, HI. a packsaddle, the
ace of clubs da basto e da
sella, fit for many things ;
non son uomo a portar basto, I am not a man to bear

a mess of mac-

Bassotto, adj. stout and short,


strong-limbed
Basta, adv. enough
Basta,/, a long stitch, a trick
Bastbile, adj. lasting
Bastio, m. a saddler
Bastalna, (a) adv. with all

EasSnte, adj.

Bastionato, part, forti fied, S,-c.


Bastine, m. bastion, bulwark

urge one
Bastonnccio, m. a club stick
Bastonare, to cudgd, to reprove;
bastonare i pesci,
to row
mandar a bastonar
i pesci, to send to the galleys
Bastonato. /. a blow with a
stick; dar delle bastonate,
to cudgel
low- Bastonatura, /. blows with a

Basstti,

combatant,

fighting manner

Bastevolmnte, adv. enough,


rvell enough
Bastfa, /. a rampart, trench,

testa, to stoop

part,

m.

Battagliero,

Battaggliersco, adi. rvarlike,


valiant
Battagglievolmnte, adv. in a

fence

Bassato,

Eattaglidto, part, fought


Battagliatire, m. comlmtarU
soldier

to be at the point of
death, to be iti agoni/
little I hav.
Easfto, adj. expired, dead
Bastvole, adj. sufficient
Basdso, adj. stupid, dull

Basfre,

Bassamente,

Battglia, /. a battle, fight


battglia navale, a sea-fghi
Battagliare, to fight, to skir-

duration, suffibastanza,
e-

Batcchio, m. a blind man's


ctick ; a bell-clapper
Batsta,/, noise, bustle, tumult
Batostie, io contend, to quar-

Batte
Battezzare,
Battezzato,

adj.

that

chris-

to baptint

adj.

christened.

BEA

BEL

Battezzatre, m. a baplizer
palpitalion,
Batticure, m.

panting
Battifuco, m- a steel
Battfgia, /. the falling sick-

ridicnle,Jeer, banter.; bffa,


trifles, frippery
Beffardo, m. a jester, banierer

edty
Beatitvidine,/. felicity, bliss

Beffare, to ralhi, jeer, cheat,

Beato, adj. blessed, fruitful


Beato, m. biased
Becca,/, garter
Beccccia,/, a tvoodcock
Battilro, m. a gold beater
Battimnto, n. striking; bat- Beccaccino, m. a snipe
timnto di mani (per alle- Beccacelo, m. an old he-go
rascal, cuckold
grzza)
clapping
batti-

nerreach ; beffarsi,
'o laugh at

BattiUno, m. a carder ofrvool

ta scorti,

Beffato, part, jeered, laughed

mnto

cure,

di

palpita-

Battinzcca,

>. a coiner
Battisffia, and Bttisffiola,
f. fright, start, out of fear
Battistrio, and Battistro,

thefojitfir baptism
Battitio, m. {see Battnte)
Battitre, m. he that strikes;
oattitre di strade, a scout
Battitura,/. _i/oro, stroke
Battuta, /. time in music :
n'ay, road ; andar per la
battuta, ^0 follorv the course
of the world; battuta di
polso,
the beating of the

jggire,

butcher

via bat-

mock,

m.

{see

icojf,

Beffa-

tre)

cervello, to

Beffvole, adj. contemptible, to


b slighted
Beghino, m. one who vears a
religious habit, but living i

Beccarllo, and Beccherllo,

the world
BSi,le,f pi. trifles
Belamiito, ni. bleating
Belare, to bleat : (also J to cry

>p

beccarsi

il

zzle c

qualche

like children

Bel Bllo, hold! hold! not so


fast
bill

Beccatella, /. a hawk's lure,


Battiito, pati, beaten

to

Beffeggiatre,

BeccaUte, m. a litigious man


Beccamnto, m. a pecking
Beccamorti,, a grave-digger
Beccare, to peck, sn-allow,

Bel che, m. a fine thing indeed


Bellamente,
fairly,
adv.
bravely, slowly,

(also) a trijfe

eloquently,

Beccatello, m. a bracket
neatly
Beccatio, m. the trough of a Belltta,/, mud, slime
Belletto, m. paint, or wash
bird-cage
a heap
Bava, /. foam, drivel, thin, BeccKeggire, v. to pilch,
for the face; belltto, adj.
speaking of the motion of
pretty
coarse silk bava de' metalli,
Bellzzti, /.
beauty, pretti
ships
the dross of metals
Battt.0,

m.

Batffolo,

leads of a house

nt.

Bavglio,

ni.

bib

slabbering Beccher/a,/. sHambles,slaughter-house ; andare alla beccheria, to go to market


carne di beccheria, butcher'i

Bvero, m. the collar ofa cloak,


a Bavarian
Bavira,/, the vizor cfa head-

Beflicto, part, placed in the

m.

Becchetto,

prorv

Bellico,

m.

the

of a

Bale, m. a trunk, a travelling


Becchino, m. a grave-digger
chest
Bcco, m. the bill or lieak
Bavso, adj. slavering
mouth ; helm of a ship ; pipe
Bazza, /. good luck, a trick
made at cards ; esser di bdzza,
of a still ; buck, goat, cuckold
io get the better
drizzare il bcco agli
;

frivolous thing
Bzzica, /. conversation, con.
pany, things of smalt value ;
a game at cards
Bazzicare, to converse, fre-

'Ba.Z2.ec.ola, f.

sparviri, to atttmpt impos-

ho trovato il becco
pi duro mugnere di quel
sibilities

che mi pensava', I found th


fask harder than I thought
:

of
Bellicdnchio, m. navel-siring
Bellicne, ni. a pitcher
Bellicosamente, adv. in a
roarlike manner
Bellicso, and Belligero, adj.
martfal, warlike, valiant
Bellfno, adj. pretty fine, hand

some enough
Bazzicatre,/. pi. tr\fles
Bazzotto, cij. tomervhai hard,
Beccccio, m. the tpoiU of a
half cooked
Beare, to bhsi
Befana, /. a puppet, an ugly
Beatamente, ada. happily
Beatificare, to beatify
Bpatifictito, part, beatified
Beat-.ficatre, ni. and Beatificatrfce,
makes
that
/.

happy
Beatificazine,/, beatification

Befanccia, a frightful phan-

Bllo,
m. (belt) beauty
Bello, adj. convetiient, proper; aspettar il bello, to

nail for

for nothing

farsi bffe, to

opportunity

sul bel del discrso, in the


middle qf the discourse;
Bello, ailv. prettily, very

well
Bffa, /. trick, banter. Joke ;
giuocdr da bffa, to play

an

know

veder

il

bello,

to

opportunity

bello e nuvo, (juite new


bello e fatto, quite finished

the

BEN
umre,

BER

Benedicite,/, grace at meals


Benedicitre, tn. a blesser
rvho speaks well of
di bel mezzo d, Benedire, to consecrate; Dio
jiression
vi benedica, God bias you
belle dppie, it costs me Beneditdre, m. he who blesses
benediction
ten pistoles ; sul bello dell' Benedizione, /.
Dar la benedizine ad una

far

bell*

il

j^rotid

he

to

somelimei

bello

Sem\'Ognenza.f. benevolence
Lenivolente, adj. friendly, hu
Beiilvolo,

adj.

Bennato, adj.

Beldne
thai
Belzeb, m. Satan

bleats

Belt, j: beauty, fineness


Belva,/, a wild'beast
Benacconcianxnte, adv. very
reasonably
Benaffetto, adj. affectionate
Beiiaguratamnte, adv. with

Benallevato,

arfj

Bensi, adv. ce .inly


^
Benefattre, m. benefactor
Benservito, a servant's dia
Benefattrice, ni. benefactress
Beneficante, adj.
beneficial, Densi, adv. certainly
liberal, kind
Bentemito, adj. we'll kept
Beneficdre, to do good, to bene- Bentornato, adj. state i! ben
tornato, you are welcome
fit a person
Beneficato, part, benefitted
Benvolentiri, adii, very willBeneficente, adj. kind, oblig- Benvolre. m. favour, kindness
benvolre, to love si
fa benvolre da tutti, he is
;

rvell-brcd

Benandata, /. money
upon going away
Benavventuratami

affectionate,

Benlavorto, adj. wei, done


adj. well-mount

Benmontito,

given
Beneficidto, part, beneficed
Beneficio, m. kijulness, advan-

beloved by all
Benvoluto, adj. well beloved
Beone, m. a toss-pot, a toper
Berberi, Berbero, m. the bar

tage, profit

venturso,

adj.

fortunate,

happy

Beneficine, in. a church-liv- Bercildcchio,


ing
Benfico, adj. beneficial, libe- Bei-e, to drink

B5n

bene, adv. very well, entirely


non bene guarito,
'e well
;

Bench,

at

Beneffiio,

Beneffcio)
Benemernza,/ desert, merit
Benemerito, adj. deserving
. (see

m.

squint-

bore un uvo,

berla, /

must submit.

Benda,/, a band; a fillet;


aver una bnda avanti gli Beneplacito,

gli occhi, to devour with thi


m. good-will
leave io f'o a mio benepleves ; here 6 affogf '' ' '
obliged tc do a th.,.^
cito, I do us I please
Bene spesso, adv. very often
by pastion
bianco, to be disappointed
Bendare, to blind, to crown
Benestante, adj rich, wealthy
Bergamotto, m. the bergamoi
Bendatura,/, bandage
Benevivere, to live happy
Bendella, and Benderglla,/. a Benevoglinte, adj.
Bergolin^re, to pun, to quibbenev

be blind-folded; a
mist before the eyes ; blinded
ocelli,

to

littlefillet

Bendne, m. lappets
Bendiiccio, m. a child's neck-

Bergolo,

tn.

Berillo,

m.

Berlina,

/.

sort of basket
beryl, a precious

handlcerchief

Bene, m. good,
hap.

favour;

bene,

glinzn,

benefit,

satisfac

voler

del

have kindness for


un umo da bene, a reputable man ; chi fa bene
bene asptti, do well and
have well
pigliar par bene, to take in good part.
Bene, adv. well, right ; voi
dite bene, you say right
bene, an emphatic expleti
to

I'll

3/0"

ingly
beni stbili,
mobili, chattels
:

good-will, love,

kindness
Benevolo, adj.

kind,

affec-

'

f.

beni

Benedtto, adj. blessed


[ness
Benedetto, m. the falling sick-

Beneftto,

ben

adj.

well-shaped,

he was
turned out., he deserved it
Beneficnza,/, beneficence
ciato,

gli sta, if

the

pillory

Berlingccio, m. the last Thurs


day in Carnival
Berlingaraento, m. chit-chat
Berlingare, to drink freely ; to
talk at random
Berlingatre, m. a jolly fel

Berlinghire,

m. a greedy-gut

Benignamente, adv. courteous- Berliiighira,/. a talking gosly, kindly


sip
Benignit,/, tenderness, good- Berlingzzo, m. a
French
brick, a
small
loaf (of
Benfgno, adj. courteous, lovbread)
ing
Bernesco, adj. burlesque
Benino, adv. tolerably well
Bemia,/. a riding-hood
Ben' insime, m. the ivhole of
Bernoccolo, m. a swelling
Benissimo adv. very well
knob a hard kernel
;

BES
Bernoccoluto, adj. knobly
Berrtta, /. flat cap, or b
trarsi la berrtta, far
net
di berrtta, to salute iviit
the hat ; avere il cervelk
sopra la berretta, to proceed
rathly in an affair
Berrettio, m. a cap-maker
Berrettino, m. a small cap
Berrettuccia,/. a little cap
Berri"<51a,/. o night-cap
.

I,

:.:

ruffian,

beadle
Bersglio,
at,

highwaya verger.

m. a mark

laughing

to shoot
io
;

stock

sono il bersglio della fortuna, lam the sport of for

Berta, /.

foppery
joke,

to

trifle, ge?vgan\
dar la berta, to

banter

berta,

magpie, a gossiping moman,


beetle

Berteggiamnto, m. a laughing at, a mocking

andar in 'bstia, to fall into


a passion
Besticcia, /. a nasty beast ;
besticcia, a fool, a block-

Bestile,
ly,

adj. beastly,

heavi-

bestiality,

bier

(of wine)
/. and Beverggio,
drink, beverage, drinkig-money
one rvho keeps a Beveratio, m. a vessel for

Bertne,

t.

scot-

tutto,

,/. ripeness

Bevna,

mare biancheggia

bru-

Biancheria,/, linen
Bianchzza,/, ivhiteness
Bestialmente, adv.
beastly, Bianchimnto, m. a washing~\
nastily
Bianchire, to whiten, to grant
Bestiame, m. calile
hoary ; al bianchir del giorBestirio, m. a keeper of wild
no, break of day
Bianclilto,
pari,
whitened,
Besticciudia, juf Bestine, /.
washed
a liltle living creature
Bianco, m. white ; caplli
iestionnccio, and Bestila,
bianchi, grey hair; lotto
m.- a great beast, a brutish.
bianco, a blank in a lotfellow
tery ; lasciar in bianco, to
Bestiudia, /. a Utile creature
leave a blank
dar carta
(also) a blockhead
bianca, a carte blanche ;
Bttola, /. a cook's shop, a
restar bianco, to be at a loss ;
iippling-house
bianco, pale, wan
Bettoltta,/. a lo7V public-house Biancso, adj. very white
Bettolire, m. keeper of a cook's Biancospino, m. the hawthorn
Bianccclo, adj. whitish
Binte, m. a vagabond, a ram-

m. a mocker,

Bertolotto, m. a sponger

il

lumpish

Bestialit, /.
tality

Berteggiare, to ridicule, jeer,

Berteggiatdre,

Biancastronccio, m. at white

Biancastrne,
m.
excessive
whiteness
Biancheggiare, to turn white

;.

drinking
a net made of Bvere, to drink
Beveria,/, drunkenness
Bertccia, /. and Bertccio, Bvero, m. a beaver
m. a monkey, an ape
Beveronccio, m. a horse-beBertuccidne, m. a baboon
Berzzo, m. a clown's bt
Beverne, m. a drink, a drench
Bevibile, adj. drinkable
fast
Berza, /. the shin-bone of the Bevimnto, m. d'ir.king
leg
Bevitre, m. and Bevitrfce, f.
Berzglio, {see Bersglio)
toper, tippler
Bessgine, and Besserfa, /. Bevitura,/. drinking
foolishness, simplicity
Beuta, and Bevuta, /. drinkBisso, adj. simple, foolish,
ing boKt ad ogni bevuta, at
dun
every glass
Besso, I. one rvho stammers, Bezzicare, to peck, to scold.
or lisps
blasphemy, Bezzicato, part, pecked
Bestmmia, /.
cursing, bad language
Bezzicatura,/, a pecking
Besteramiamnto, m. impious Bezzi, m. pi. money ; non ho
language
bezzi, / have no money
Bestemmiare, to blaspheme, Bicea,/. white lead
Biada,/, corn, oats
Bestemmiato, part, blasphem- Biadaiulo, tn. corn-chandler
Biadetto, m. bluish paint
Bestemmiatorecio, m. a great Biancastro, Bianchtto, and
Biancheggiante, adj. whit-

Biascire, to chew with difficulty

Biasciamnto, m. chewing
Biasimare, to find fault with
Biasimato, part, blamed, comBiasimatre, m. and Biasima-

Bertovello, m.

Biasimvole, adj blamable


Biasimevolmnte, adverb, bla-

mably
Biasimo,

and

Bismo,

i.

blame, reproach, fault

Biasmre, (in poetry)


find fault with
Bibbia,/.

to

blame,

Me

BiA/e
Bibita,/ potion
Biblico, adj. belonging to the

Bestemmiatre,
phemer
Bestia, /.

m.

beast,

blas-

Bianeheggiamnto, m. whit-

a brute

Bibliografia,/, bibliography
Bibliomane, m. bibliographer,
a bookish man
Bibliomania, bibliomany (book-

Bibliotca,/, a library
Bibliotecrio,
m. a 'libra-

Vca,fa

BIP

BIL
Bicipite,

adj.

itvo-headed.

Bicocca, /. a Utile

ctulle,

BIS

ser in bilancia, to be irre- Birba,/, a wanderer, a loUerer


solute, in suspense ; bilancia,
la birba, to rnumf
a hoop-net, the splinter bar oj'
, (also) a phaeton
ai'.d Birbne, m. a
beggar
Birbonata, and Birboneria, f.

Birbante,

vitlage

Bic5mia,X

< rising anvil


BicSrne, Bicorno, and Bicornuto, adj. double-hotned
Bidllo, m. a beadle
Bidente, i. a pitchfork, a

Bidetto, m. a

little

lilanridio, m. a scale-maker
Bilanciamnto,

Silancire. to balance,

mine,

ponder,

to

bilanciarsi in ria,
in the air

pony

Birboneggiare,

i(

Biecamente, ado. squinting- Bilanciato, part, balanced


Bilancire, ni. the balance of a
}y
clock or watch
Bico, adj. grim, stem, sour ;
occhi bichi, squinting eyes ; Bilancino, m. small scales
rimirar con occhio bico, Bilncio, m. comparison, pato look n'ith an envious eye ;
rallel
atto bico, a bad action
Bile, /. choler, anger, passion
,

Bienmo, adj biennial


Bita, or Bitola,/, beet
Bietolone, m. a simpleton, a
Bietta,/, a wedge
Bifdglio, m. double leaf
Biflca,/. an acre of land
Bifolcerla, /. husbandry,

Bilicato,

fate

montar

la bile,

part, poised,

fork
Bifrme, adj. of two forms
Bifrnte, adj. double-faced
B'ga,/- a dung-cart

Bigamia,/, a bigamy
Bigamo, m. a man tvho has

beg

bailiJJ-

isaocia, /. a bag with two


pouches; esser alla bisccia,
to be reduced, to be very

level-

Bisnte, and Bisantlno, m. a


spangle
Bisarcvola, /. great-great'

til-

lage, the charge of a farm


Biflco, m. a ploughman
Biforcamnto, m. separation
Biforcato, and Biforcuto, adj.
forked, cloven ; piede biforcuto, a cloven foot
Biforco, m. a fork, a pitch-

Bigatto, m. a silk-worm.
Bigttolo, I. o worm

non mi

don't provoke me
Bilnco, adj. crooked
Bilia,/, a packer's stick
Binrio, adj. bilious
Bilicare, to set in equilibrium

to

Bircio, adj. near-sighted


Biri bisso, >n. a hazard game
Birilli, m. pi. nine-pins
Birccio, m. a cart
Biroccino, a one horse chaise
Bli-ra,/ beer
"jncchio, m. a year old
calf
BiiTjo, m. a brewer
Birresco, adj. wicked, impur
dent
BIrro, and Birrovire, m. a

grandmother

Biliottto,'arfJ. spotted

Bisarcvolo, m. great-greatgrandfather
Bisva, and Bisvola,/, great-

Billra,/. a Jest
Bilustre, adj. of ten years
Bimbo, a sucking bab*
Bimstre, adj. two months

Bisvo, and Bisvolo, m, a


great-grandfather
Bisbeticamente, adv. oddly.

BiUngiio, adj. deceitful


Biliso, adj. passionate

Bimmlle, m. a musical te
Binare, to pair, to twin
Binrie, adj. binary
Binascnza, /. the delivery of
a twin

that

fanta

kally

tng
Bisbigliare, to whisper, mutter
a whisperer
Bisbigliatre,
Bisbigliatrio, m. a parlour
grate (in convents)
Bisbiglio,
m. I whisper, ru-

dlia,/, a ribbon
Bindoleria,/, artfulness
Bindolo, m. a swing
pleton
Biccolo, m. a lock qf wool ;
Blsca, /. a gaming-place
lana in biccoli, a fleece
Bigherio, m. a Jester, a
Biscaiulo, m. a gamester
Biografia,/, biography
tnerry-andrew
Biscanlre, to sing repeatedBigherto, adj. adorned tvilh Biografo, m. a. biographer
ly
thread lace
Biondeggiare, to look yellow
Biscanto, m. a duet
Blghero, m. thread lace
Biondlla, /.
centaury,
Biscazza, /.
o gamblingBigia,/, the Jig-pecker
sponge-laurel
Biondello, and Biondello, adj.
Bigfccio, aJj. greyish
Biscazzare, to game
Bigio, arf; rtisset, grey, brown
Biglfa,/. the billiard-: "
BiondMza, /. a fair com- Biscazzire, m. a gamester
Biscazzo, m. and Bischnca,
Bigliardo, m. Miliardi
plexion
a dh-iy trick
Biglitto, m. a billet,
Bindo, adj. fair, flaxen ; caBischero, m. a pm, peg
Bigncia, /. a sort of great
plli bindi, light hair
Bischizzo, m. invention
tub
Biotto, m. poor
Bigotto, m. bigot
Biscia, m. a snake, adder
Bipartire, to divide in two
camminare a biscia, to mind
Bilancella, and BU&icia, /. Bipartito, adj. part*d in two
a balance, a pair of scales
Bipede, adj. that has two feet
Bipnne, /. a two-edged hat-

Bigerognulo, adj. greyish


Bighellne, m. a' booby, a sim-

chet

89

BOL
Biscoldre, m. motley, party
coloured
Biscottare, to bake fn'ice
Biscottato, adj ttvice baked
Biscottino, t. a little biscuit,
a fillip on tlie note
Bisctto, m. a sweet biscuit ;
entrdi in mar senza biscotto,
to go hand over head

BJslCrto, adj.

ful
Bisunto,

hopes

nasty

Biscroma,/, a musical term


Bisdsso, adv. bare-backed ;
cavalcar a bisdsso, to ride
Tvithout a saddle
Bisestilre, to be leap-year

Bivio, m. the highway


Bita,f. thick plaster

anno

and

Bisesto,

anger, rage

one
with fair
bcca d'un fiume.

la

river

la

bcca dello stomaco, the pit


bcca di
of the stomach
;

fuco,/re-<irm

Boceaccvole, adj. Boccaccevolraente,


Boccaccio

in

the

style

of

Boccccia,/, an ugly mouth


Boccale, j. a mug; egli

adj. bituminous

Bizza,

adj.

Me mouth qf a

bisunto, m. a sloven ;
a bisunta,/, a slut
Bitrzio, and Bitrzolo, m. a
swelling
Bitrzolto, and Bitorzoluto,
adj. full qf bumps, knotty,
uneven (of wood)

Bisestile,

enteHain

crooked, deceit-

adj. filthy,

scritto

boccali,

pe'

he

is

known by every body


Boccata. /. a mouthful, a box
on the ear
non ne saper
boccata, to know nothing of
the matter
Bocctta,/, a button, bud of a

mon

bisestfle, leap-year

BisfOrme, adj. (see BiKrme)


Bisgnero, m. a niece's hus-

band
Bislacco, adj. capricious
Bislungo, adj. longish
Bisnipte, m. great grand-

Bizzarfa,
conceitedness,
/.
briskness, whim, passion
Eizzirro,
adj.
whimsical.

Boccheggiamnto, m.
gaping
Boccheggiare,

to

{.anting-,

agonize

Bocchetta,/ Bocchino, m. a
small mouth
Bisncjnno, wi. great-grandfa- Bizzeffe, (a) ad. abundantly,
copiously
Bccia, /. bud, (also) a botther
Bizzcco, m. a rustic, a putle
Bisgna,/, business, labour
bigot;
ritan, a hypocrite, a
Boccinolo, m. a button
Bisognare, an impersonal iv
ivoman
una
bizzcca,
sing.
a
Bocconcllo,
used in the- 3d pers.
/.
and Bocconcino,
;
that lives like a nun
bisgna, it must ; bisgna
m. a little bit
ci Bizzocne, m. a clown
Boccne, adj. groveling ; m. a
ch'io vada, I must go
bisgna morire, rve must Blandimnto, m. allurement,
mouthful
buon boccni,
;

die ; mi bisogno partire, /


tvas forced to go ; vi bisc
gner farlo, you must do it
bisognerebbe che io gliele,
facessi sapere, / should let
him know of it ; se vi biso-

gnassero danari, if you should


tvant money
Bisignvole, adj. useful, need.ful

Bisgno, 1. want, neces..,^


aver bisgno di qualche cosa,
io stand in need of; al bisgno si consce un' amico,
a friend in need is a friend
indeed bisgno, convenience,
ease ho tutti i miei bisgni,
/ have ali my conveniences;
al bisgno, to the purpose,
opportunely ; a un bisgno,
.

upon an occasion
Bisoguosamnte,

adv.

need-

[si.
fully
Bisognso, adj. needy, ne
Bistent4re, to be in rvant
;

blandishment
Blandire, to flatter, decoy, ca-

m.

</ie

bison

Bisticci^re, to strive, contend


Bisticcio, m. a pun, a quibble
Bistndo^ adj, almost round

bits ; tagliare a boccni, to cut to pieces ; dar il

boccne, to brile
Blandizia,/, caressing
Bocconchitto, m. a tit bit
BUndo, adj. kind,JiaUering
Boccuccia, /. a little mouthBlasonare, t blazon a coat qf
fid
Bocire, to divulge, publish
Blasne, m. heraldry
Bofonchiare, to grumble
Bloccare, to block up
Bofonchino, adj. grumbling
Bloccato, part, blocked up
Bogia, / first appearance qf
Bloccatura,/, a blockade
the itch
bellowing
Boglinte, adj. boiling, bumBoato, m.
Boattire, m. a grazier
Boblca, /. a herdsman's,
Boirdo, m. a boyard
ploughman's wife
Bolcine, m. a battering-ram
Bcca,/, the mouth, the tasi
dire a bcca, by word of Eoldrne, m. blanket, covermouth piacvole alla bcca,
lid
pleasant to the palate bcca. Blgia, /. budget, bag, port;

people ho pi di dieci bcche a mantenre, / have ten


mouths to feed ; stdre a bc:

tively

metter di bcca,

te

add, invent; parlar a bcca


aprta, to speak too much
esser largo di bcca, to talk
''inconsiderately; io - to' por becca, I tvo'
die Tvilh it; esser di buna
bcca, to be a gt eedy eatt
;

Bisnte, Bissnte,

Bisticciamnto, m. dispute^de-

dainty

jole

bcca a bcca, /ace to fai


lasciare a bcca dolce,
*0

ground ; far blgia, tu make


provision : blgia, a horrible
dark place
Blla, /. bubble, blister, pimblla acquaiula, a
ple ;
watery
stamp,

llister

seat,

blla,

Pope's

bull

Bollare, to stamp, to brand

malefactor
Bollato, adj. sealed, branded
Bollnte, dj. boiling
Bollettino,

m. a bilUa note

BON
Bollimnto, m. a boiUng, the

Borgomastro,

snitlling nfl/ie sea


Bollire, io boil, btibble

Bria,

up,

m.

burgq-

haughtiness,

self-

conceit i
aver
ferment mille tose mi bol- Bonificalo, adj. mended, imbria,
to
lono neir nimo, I hav<
Bont, /.
ind
goodness, excel- Borire, and Boriarsi, to be
ilwu jnd thin
lence
per bont, for the
bolle,
bollire a
sake
upon
account Boriosit, /.
body grumbles
of,
vanity,
selfricorsio, to boil fast
of
Borbogliamnto,
m. noise, Boriso,
adj.
Bollito, adj. boiled
up,
puft
tumult
proud
Bollitura, /. boiling liquor.
Borbogliare, to mutter,
to Bornio, adj. one-eyed, short:

sighted

Borboglio,

m.

Borbottamnto,
Bdllo, m. a seal, a stamp
Bollre, m. bubbling, spouting
to
bollre d'animo, passion. Borbottare,

ni.

rumbling Bomidla, /.

mutter
Borbottato,

grumble,

part.

blun-

to stuff saddles ;
superfluous words
Borraccia, /. bad, bad stuff,

Blo, m. a pili
Blso, adj. short-tvinded
BolZonitr, to shoot at

mistake,

Brra, hair

nutterto

frarelHng
Brro, and

niutter-

m.

Borrone,

gutter tnadc by a water


jlood ;"
- ( also ) a great water.flood

olzondto, part, struck with

'

Bolzne,
or dart

Bom, m.
Bmba,

ni.

battering-r,

brsa

a boom
/. a mark, a bomb

thels

to

frequent

bro-

andar bordelldndo,

to
1

feasti

thels

/.

mortar-

piece

Borsio, ni. a purse-maker


Borsaiulo, m. a cut-purse
Borsellino,
m.
a
fob

Borzacchlno, m. a buskin
woods, forests,

Boscglia, /.

andare in bordello, go and


groves
be hanged fare il bordello, Boscaiulo,

m.

BombettiSre,

Bordne,

to sip

a pitcher
Bompresso, m. the bowsprit
Bonccia, /. a calm at sec

staff:

/.

wood

to banter, to be vociferously

Brdo,
Bombardre, to bombard
Bombardiera, /. Me place
where the tomb is mounted
Bombardire, m. a bombar-

Bmbola,

<

Bordello, m. a brothel, stews

joy

Bombardamnto, m. bomhard-

the

m. a hunter of

Bordellire,

Bombnla,

mercanti,

de'

Exchange

Bordelire,

Bombnza, /.

Brsa, /.
a purse
tenet
brsa strtta, io h: stingy
far brsa, to hoard money

fit.

fa

Boscto, adj. woody

ship-board,
the
ship ; andare

hem,

border,

m.

pilgrims

bordne, the sluynps

"f feathers in young birds


bordne, a prop of a build-

J nymphs

Boschettlno, and Boschtto,


m. a grove, a thicket ;
a tree limed to catch birds

Boschino,
BOsco,

happiness, tranquility

Brea,/. the north-wind


Boreale, and
Breo,

adj.

viera,

adj.

m.
to

(see

Bosche-

wood, forest

be Jit

Bonrio,

adj.

good,

m^ek

vil-

lage

Boscso, adj. woody


Bosforo, m'. straits

Borghse, and Borgse, m. a


Boncinello, m. the staple of

rgessofatown
Borghesia, /. the state of a

Bossolio, m. a box-maker
Bssolo, m, a box, a die

Borghetto, m. a hamlet

Borghegino,
Bonificamnto,
nificazine, /.

m.

(see

Bor-

ghse)
m. and Boa bettering, Brgo, m, a suburb, borough.

an improvement

for any

northern, northerly

Borgata, /. a borough, a

Bonariet,'/: kindness

Botnica,/, botany
Botnico, adj. botanicat
Botnico, !. botanist,

Mrb

ERE

BOZ
BozzoUre,

Botirc, to vow, or promise


botarsi a Dio, io devote one's

eelfto
B<5to,

Bozzoltio,

God

m. a vom

Brago, m. slime, mud, clay

pimple

botta- risposta,
a
proof ;
repartee ; botta, a pass in
fencing: una bella botta, a
fine stroke

fondness,

desire,

greediness

the

a
armatura di tutta
armour,
musket-

Bottaccfao, m. a flask
Bottaglie,/. boots
Bott^o, m. a cooper
Botte, /. a cask, a vessel

pick up

m.a little swelling, Brama,

weUini
of
norm ; tliat measure which
the miller claims for grinding ; a stone cut pyramidally a throng of people
Bozzolso, adj. fuU of tu-

Botola,/, a trap-door
Botta, /. a toad, a blorv,
stroke
botta,

to

cud

Bramante,
Bramare,

to

Bramato,

adj.

adj. wishing
desire, to

m.

quest

to

Braccheggiare,

to

(in

the

haunt, find

Braccheggio, m. quest
Braccheria,/. hounds
Bracchetto, n.
a setling-

Bottga,/, a shop
Bottegia, and Bottegaio, ni.
Bracchire, n. a dog-keeper
a shopkeeper
Botteghetta,/. Botteghino, m. Bracciale, m. a bracelet
Braccialetto, to. little bracelet
a Utile
Bottegne
m.
great Bracciata,^: an armful
a
shop
Bracciato, adj. fat, lusty
Botticella, /. a small toad : Braccire, m. a lady's usher
a small barrel, a small Brccio, m. an arm, a sort
star
colle
of measure
Bottiglia,/, a bottle
braccia in crce, to stand
Bottiglire, m.'a butler
nith one's arms across, to
Bottiglieria,
be idle
a forza di braccia,
a butler's
/.
place
with main strength
fai
Bottln
alle braccia, to ivrestle ; il
brccio secolare, the iem;

cry

the

of

beasts

Bramosamente, adv.
Braccare,

long

wished for-

coveied

Bramito,

greedily,

fondly
Bramosia, /. a longing

Bramso, adj. desirous ; eager ,


fond
Branca. / the fang, clam,
paw, gripe ; capitar nelle
branche, to fall into on^s
Brancare, to gripe, to seize
Brancata,/, a handful
Brnchie,/, the gills ofafsh
Brancicare, to handle, to feel
Brancicatre, m. who handles

Brancicne, adv. groping in


the dark, crawling
Branco, m. a herd, a drove,
S,-c.

Brancolare,

grope,

to

fumhle
Brancolne, and Brancolni,
adv. groping along

Branda,/, hammock
Brandllo, m. a

Botto, m. stroke, blow; botto


di campana, the toll of a
bell.
Di botto, adv. pre-

brandish
Brando, m. a sword
Brandire,

do, a bailiff, a catchpole ;


bracco da sguito, a bloodhound bracco da fermo, a
setting-dog ; bracco da leva,
a questing-Jog
Brace,/, burning coal
Brache, Brachsse, and Bra-

Bovicida, m. an ox-killer
Bovile, m. an ox-stable
Bovino,
adj.
of the oxen

ghsse, /. breeches
Brachierio,
m. a

Bovina,/, corn's dun^


Bozza, /. a swelling
bozza,
the
rough
draught

truss-

Brachire, m. a truss
Brcia, (see Brace)
Bracire, m. a brazier
Braciia, f. a steak

paint-

Bracne,
BozzochiBto,

shackles

or

piece, bit
piece, a part,

Bracco,
i.
a setting-dog
bracco da quglia, a spaniel
bracco di manigol-

sculpture,

to

Brandne, m.
Brano, m. a

a bra :iuU,a

chair

Bottne, m. a button ; hud


of plants;
sputar
bott'dni,
taunt ;
dar o gittar un bottne, to give a

ill

a small

bit,

Brandimnto, m. shaking

senihj

Bottonatura, /. the buttons of

m.

breeches

wagger
BraTamnte,

adv.

bravely.

Bravare, to brave, affront


Bravata,/, a bravade
Bravatrio, adj. threatening
Braveggiare, to brave it
Braveria,/ valour, courage
Bravo, adj. valiant, courage-

Bravo, m. a bully, a swag-

Bravo,
,

interj.

very

tvell !

coward
Bravura,/, spirit, courage
Brado, m. a bull
Breccia, /. a breach
questo
Bozztto, m. a button, rough Bradme, m. hulls and calves
non nil t'a brccia, this
Brage, and Bragia, /. (see
thing dies not affect me at
Bozzo, m. a cuckold
ill-shaped

adj.

deformed,

BRU

BRI
'

Brenna,/, a jade, a bad horse

Bronzino, adi. sun-lurnt


barren
Bronzista, m. a founder
ling
Brnzo, m. cast copper, ox
Brve, and Brieve, a brief,
a church- calendar. Brve, Jrillnt, m. brilliant
adj. short, brief. Brve, adv. Brillare, to sparkle, glitter, Brucare, to strip off leaves, io
leap for joy
go arvay
shorily in brve, in a short
Brillato, adj. cleansed
Bruciare, io itch, smart, bum
Brillatio, in. a sieve
Bruciata,/, roasted chestnuts
Brillo, m.joy, gladness
Bruciatio, m. a seller oj
Brtto, adj.

sterile,

Brillo, adj. tipsy

Brevetto,
a brevet
Breviario, m. breviary
Brevit, f. shortness,

Brina, and Brinata, /. tvhitebre-

Bruciato, adj butned


Bruciolto, adj. noim-eaten
frost
Brinato, adj. speckled, spot- Brciolo, m. a ivorm, shavings
ted

vity

Brindisi, m. far brindisi, to Brucire, m. burning, smartdrink somebody's health


ing
rinso, iidj. frosty, misty
Briachzza,/ drunkenness
Briaco, adj. drunk
rio.in. metti e,fu-e, life
Briacne, m. a drunkard
Brireo, m. Briareus, a giani
"-'-3amnto, m. a chillness,
r up
Bruli(
Bricca,/, a steep craggy place
ring
Brullamente, adv. poorly
Briccne, m. a knave, ~ Brivido, m. piercing cold
'Brzza., f. cold, rvindy misi
BrezzoMne, in a cold mind

Bricconeggiare,

Brizzolato,
spotted

lead

io

adj.

variegated,

Brullo, adj. naked, destitute


Brulltto, m. ajrc-ship

Bruma,/,

Brocca,/, pitcher, ivater-poi

rogue's life

Bricconerfa, /. knavish trict


Broccre, to spur
Brfcia, and Brfciola, /.
BrocG<ita,/. a blow, rencounter
small broken part, (also) a Broccato, m. a brocade
little crumb
Brocchire, m. a small buckler
Bricioletta,/ a morsel
Brocciare, to prick, to spur
Briga., f.
trouble, disquiet
Brocco, m. a peg, a stump of a
tree
dar briga, to be troublesome
dar nel brcco, io hit
briga, debate, variance, disthe mark
pute ; comprar le brighe a Brccolo, m. sprouts, broccoli
danari contanti,
io pick Broccolto,
adj.
full
of
quarrels
non viSglio t
sproi'-

the rviiiter

Bi-umle, adj. wintersh

Brunzzo. and Bmntto, adi.


"^
brownisk, swarthy

Brunzza,/ swarthiness
Brunire, to polish, burnish
Brunito, adj. polished, bur-

a burnishing

m.

Brunitio,

ing

mourning

Bruno, m.

setta broccsa, knotty

Brda, /. swill, hog-rvash,


mire ; versar la brda, io lay
the blame
Brodaiulo, adj. loving broth.

tar

il

brtino,

porivcar

to

mourning.
Bruno, adj.
brorvn,^ dark
una bnina,
a brotvn woman ; un bi'no, a brown man
bruno,
;

Brodettato, adj. done in broth


Brigare, io strive, io shift, Brodetto, m. fine soup, broth
to be busy
brigare una candar in brodtto, io feel
rica, to make interest for a
place
Brigata, /. company, troop,
brigata
cren, a brigade
di starne, a brood of pc
Brodolso,
adj,
slovenly,
tridges andar di brigata,
nasty
go to'rether
Brogliare,
to
embroil,
enBrigatife, m. a brigadier
tangle
Briglia, /. a bridle; crrere Brglio, m. tumuli, noise
a tutta briglia, to run fui Brncio, m. passion, vexaspeed ; a
briglia
scilta
tion ; fare il brncio,
io
tirar 1
headlong, rashly
briglia," <o keep one under
Brnco, m. conger-eel, tlu
tener in briglia, to bridle, i
stump of a tree
Broncne, m. a branch, a vineBrigliaio, m. a bridle-maker
prop
Brigso, adj. litigious, quar
Brontolare,
to
gruinble, t(
relsome
;

gloomy air

vista briJna,

melancholy
color
look ;
bruno, a dull colour
il
regno bruno, hell
Brusca,/, a brush

Bruscamente,

bluntly,

adti.

roughly
Bruschetto, adj. sourish

Bruschzza,

/.

sourness,

sharpness
Brusco, adj. sour, tart; vin
brusbrusco, rough wine
ill-natured.
harsh,
co,
Brusco, adv. soxirly perch
mi parlate cosi brusco .'
rohy do ycu speak so roughly
;

to

7)ie

Bruscolo,

m.

fescue,

Brustolare, to scorch, or toast

Brutale,
a.
brutale, a

clown
Brutalit, /.

Butirro, m. butter
Buttrga, /.
(caviale)
the
smoked sparvn offish
Buttare, to
throw,
fling,

another
Burchiello, m. a boat

Brchio,

m,

tvhtrry,,

lighter

Burlla, /. a dungeon, a piebald horse

m.

cturiasso,

braggadocio,
rald

Butteriito,"j>ied nith the small

boaster,
a
(also)
a he-

Burla,/, mockery, raillery


Burlare, to ridiculu, jeer, banburlarsi, to joke
ter
Burlatre, a banierer
Burlsco, adj. facetious, merry
Burletta, /. comic opera
Burlvole, adj. wretched
BuTloncco, and Burlne, m.

Cacchine, m. a certain worm,


or maggot, a drone
Cacchionoso, adj. full of maggots

Caccia, /. hunting, chasing;


prnder cccia, to fly away .
dar cccia ad un vascello,
to give a ship the chase ;
egli

ha

fatto

Buzzicare,

sneak away,

Cacciadivoli, m. a conjurer
Cacciaffnni, adj. merry
Cacciagine, game, venison,
bosco da cacciagine, a wood

for hunting
Caccjamnto, m.
turning out

Burrasca, /. a tempest ; crrer


burrasca, to run a risk
Burrascso, adj. stormy

to
r

cliff
soft as butter
to
deceive,

to

chctt
shift

/. knowledge of
secret things
Cabalista, m. a cabalisi
Cabalistico, adj. mysterious
Cabottggio, m. c'ruizi7ig (sea

Busbo, i. sharper, cheat


Busca, /. a search darsi alla
busca di qualchetiino, to be
in quest of somebndy andiir Cacalucchio
alia busca, to go a begging
ofwonder
Buscacchiare, (o procure
Buscare, to hunt after, to rvatch
Buscato, part, got, caught
Buscatre, m. searcher
Buschette, /. ft. little sticks,
or strarv tirar le buschette,
;

lots

Caco,

jrt.

(see

Cacapensiri,

or

Bussamnto, m. a knocking
Bussare, to knock
Bussato, part, knocked
Bussatre, m. he that knocks
Busse,/, pi. thumps, strokes
Busso, m. noise, box-tree

an

interjection

Cacciatrfce, / a huntress in
forma di cacciatrfce, in a
riding habit
Cccole,/, pi. hlearedness
Caccolso, adj. blear-eyed
Cacherllo, m. the dung of

Caccio)

m.

who

one

sheep, rabbits, Sfc.

raises difficulties
to void, to evacuate
Cacasngue, m. (dissenteria) a

Cacherfa,^: dalliance, wanton-

dysentery, a bloody flux


Cacasdo, m. a conceited

delicc
far il
cherso, to bi
Cachessia, f. a bad habit of

Cacare,

low, one

Buscchio, m. garbage
Buso, adj. empty, bored
Busna,/. a kind of trumpet
Elissa, /. trouble, grief, fatigue, labour ; a blow, a

Cacciata,/, expulsion
Cacciato, part, chased
Cacciatola,/, pincers
Cacciatre, m. a hunter, a per;

dram

occhi ad

Busbdcco, anrf Busbaccne, m.

to

gli

pABALA,

Bustaccherfa, /. craft, trick,

Buscine, a bush of thorns


Busco, ?n. (see Bruscolo)
Buscolmo, in. an atom,

expulsion-

Cacciare, io hunt, io pursue.

Burrattre,;<o discuss

Burrso, adj
Busbaccare,

cccia,

to

Burrne, m. a

buona

he has had good sport


Cccia,
(cacciaggine)
/.
game; andar in cccia, io

that affects

astecchi.
fellon

felto be

niggardly

Cacata, /. the easing of the


belly, a baffle

Cacherso, adj

quaint, soft.
:

Cachettico, ad. (etico) hecfive, consumptive


Cachinno, m. a loud laugh
Ccio, m. cheese
sser pane
;

Cacatamnte, ac^. slowly, awk-

Cacatura,/.<Ae action of easing

Cacua, f. flat round cheese


Cacofonia, cacophony
Cacografia, /. ihult in writing
Cacografizzare, to wi ite incorrectly

lacunie,

m,

top, height,

sum-

mit
ladavero, and Cadvere,

m. a

dead body
pass

prder la bssola,

to

;adavricb, and CadaveroO,

GAL
Cadente, sdj. faHing, declining
Cadenza, /. cadence in music
Cadre, to fall dutvn; far
cader morto, lo slriUe dead,
cader nell' niio happen
;

GAL

Cagnsco, adj. doggtsh, brutguarciare in cagnsco.


ish

to decay ; cader ammalato,


io fall sick ; se cadesse mai,

ever it should happen ;


non cade voi di riprendermi, it is not your busi-

Cagnoletto, Cagnolino, Cagntto, Cagnccio, and Cagnulo, m. a Utile dog, a

Calmine, m. caiman, a

species

of crocodile
Cafaa,/. a place in Dante's hill,
where traitors are punished
Cala, /. bay, road for strips
(also) ducking, a sea punish;

if

ness to correct

me

Cadetto, m. a younger brother,


perish-

adj. frail,

Calafatare, to calk a ship, fo


stop her leaks
Calafato, part, calked

ink-horn, or

sca7id

m.

destruction,

despondency
Caduceo, m. the wand of Mercury
Caducit, /./rat-7/
;

hopes mal caduco, the falling sickness


Cadta,f. fall, fallingCaduto, adj. fallen, abject, cast
;

&pr rvith dice


Caff, m. coffee, coffee-house
CaiTefeta, m. a coffee-di ink^r
Caffettira,/, a coffee-pot
Caffettire m. a coffee-house

Caffo, m. an odd number, singular, rare, extraordinary


Cagionaranto, m. cause, oc-

Cagionare,

to occasion,

impute,

ci, to

ptetence

Cagine,/, cause, reason, moCagionvole, adj. sickly, valetudinary


C%lia, {from Calre) ove non
caglia a te, provided you care

^tforit

[faittt

Cagliare, fo

Cagna,/, a
Cagnccio,

decay,

io

gran

bilch

m. a mastiff dog
Cagneggire, to show cruelty

t-'agnescamnte, odv. surlily

m. a kick

dar de' cal-

kick

m. the foot ; dar calci


alle
richzze, lo despise
riches : dar calci al vnto, io
kick the air, io be hanged,
foot-hall
Calcitrare, lo kick, in resist
Calc/o,

needle qfthe compass


Calamit,/, misery, distress
Calamitare, to touch iron tvith
the loadstone

Calamitato, alj. belonging to


the.leadstone

Calamitosamente, adv. unhap-

Calcitrazidne,/ kicking
Calcitrso, adJ. kicking
Calco, m. chalking (a design

Calamitso, adj. miserable, disCalanc, m. printed cotton


Calandra,/, the bird woodlark
Calppio, m. a sliding knot, a

or print)
Calcolaiudio, m. a weat-er
Calcolare, and Calculre, te
complete, calculate
Calcolato, part, reckoned, com-

Calare, to descend, decrease,


decay, to ebb and flow
Calata, /. descent of a hill,

Calcolatore, m. an accomptant
Calcele,/, pi. a weaver's treadle
Clcolo, and Clculo, n. com-

pily

[tressed

lessening, fall
Calca,/, crorvd, multitude

Calcagnare, to run arvay


Calcagnino, m. the quarter of a
shoe, the heels : andar a calcagnfni, to

malk

slipshod

Calcagno, m. the heel dar delle


calcagna, to spur pagar di
;

Ci^onsCto, fart, occasioned,


imputed
Cagionatdre, m. one that causes
Cagionceila, /. a Utile cause,

Calcinato, adj. calcined, redueed to powder


Calcinazione, and Calcinatura,
calcination, reduced to
/.
Clcio,

Calamandrf na, /. germander

fall, setting,

Caduco, ad) frail, perishable


caduche speranze, deceiving

Calcse, m. a step,in a ship


Calctto, m. a sock, pumpT
Calciere, to resist, to trample
Calcidnio, and Calcednio,
m. a sort of precious stone
Calelna, /. lime : calcina fiorita, slacked Ifme
Calcinccio, m. rubbish, ruins
Calcinjo, m. a lime-kiln
Calcinare, to calcine, to bum to

(also)

scuttle-Jish

Cadimnto,

of a gun

Calabrdne, m. a hornet

Calamia,/. Calamio, m. an
Cadvole,

a trampling under

Calce, Clcio, m. the but-end

puppy
tltoughtt; cader in discorso, to fall into discourse
cader in tglio, to fall out
for one's purpose; cadre,

Calcattira,/.

Clcolo, the stone in the bladder


Calcolso, adj. troubled with

Calculazidne,/ calculation
Calda,/, the ad of heating
Caldia,/, and Caldaio, or Caldro,

caidron, kettle, pot

wi.

Caldamente, adv. ardently,


pregar
eagerly, furiously
Calcamnto,m. pressing,treadcaldamente, to entreat earing npon
nestly
Calcara, /. a kind of oven, or
Caldana, /. a cold mid-day
furnace for vitrifying
;

Calcare, to press, tread upon,


[reous
fo oppress
Calcreo, Calcarlo, a. calca-

heat

Caldano,

i.

a brazier

to

warn*

Calcatamnte, adj. closely


Calcato, adj. pressed, crarvded;
via calcata, the king's high-

way
Calcatre, m. a trader ; calctor d'uva, a treader ofgrapes

calcatrfce,

f.

woman

tread-

Calder^o, m. a brazier,
tinker
Calderino,

m.

the goldfinch

Calderne, m. a great kettl*


Calderotto,

a^pot

CadeTU\a,f.askaiel

<

CAM
Calzettio, m. a hosief
Calzolio, m. a shoe-maker
Calzoleria, /. a shoe-maker'

appeased

Calmato, ad),

calmed,
Calo, 1. decay, diminution,
fall (of money, S;c.) ; also,
Caldita,/. heat
Caldo, m. heat
Caldo, adj. hot, Tvarm, kind,
Caldo calhearty, proud.
do, adv. in a moment, imme-

descent, stream

Calf ni, m. pi. breeches


Calzulo, m. the shape of a
" scabbard
Cama,/. a kind ofshell-fsh
Camaglio, m. a coat of mail

Calre, m. heat, rvarmth


Caloria, f. fierce heat
Calorifico,

ac/J.

warming,

heat-

tro, m. a thermometer
Calorosamente, ado. ardently

diately

Caldccio, m. a small heat


Caldura,/, sultry heat

Calorso, adj. hot, rvarin tem-

Camalene,/, the thistle


Camalente, m. a reptile,

Calpestare, to trample, slight.

Camamflla, and Camomilla,


/ camomile
Camangire, m. greens, dishes
Camarlingato, m. a high ch.ani

ca-

Calefetare, to calk ships

Calendrio, m. an almanack

Calende,/

pt.

calends,thejirst

days of the month


Calerne, adj. careless
Calepino, m. a calepin (a dictionary)
Calre, to care, to be concerned
for il vostro onore mi cale,
/ am jealous of your honour.
Mttere in non calere, to
neglect.
H messo in
calere ogni pensiero di
detta, I think no more o.
:

skin

Clibe, m. steel
Calibrare, to dispart (a piece

Cambelletto, m. camlet
Cambibile, adj. changeable
Cambiadore, m. a banker
Cambiale, /. a bill of ex_ change; cambiale pagbile
al latre, a bill payable tu

off-

Calterito, adj. sore, galled, impure ; conscinza calterita,


Calteritiira, /.

Calfa, /. gold-dust, a jot, no-

Camarlingo, m. chamberlain
Camto, m. a brush, stick
Camuro, m. the popifs triple

Calpestata,/ high road


Calpestatre, m. a trampler
Calpestio, m. stamping, clattering with the feet
Calterlre, to gall, to rub the

scratch, exco-

Calvre, to make bald; calvarsi. to become bald


Calvzza, Calvizie, /. and
" '
'o,m. baldness
Calugine, and Calluggine, /.

Cambiare,

cilice,

m.

clialice,

commu

m. a Calcinist

Calumare,

to veer the cable

entrance,

passage
Callidit,/, craft, cunning
Callido, adj. crafty
Calligrafia, the art of tvritin,
rvell

m.

exchanger

calumnious,

false

Cmbio, m. change exchange,

calvo, in.
adj. bald
the bald part of the head
Caluria,/. manuring
Calza,
stockings, a strainer.

cmbio, instead:
coin
glier in cmbio, to be mis-

taken
bill

lttera

cambio,

di

cmbio
of exchange
without al-

'" -'^nge

Calzacela,/, old stockings


Calzaiuolo, . a hosier
Calzamnto,7n. shoes andstcck-

ider il cambio.
to regnile, to be eren with

lomance
one

dare a cambio,

te

lend

at interest

{te

Calligrafo, m. a tvriting-mas
Callista, m. a corn-cutter
Callo, m. a corn, a hard skin
Galloria,/, dunging fields
Callosit,/, hardness offiesh
Callso, aaj. callous, hard

Calma./, a calm
Calmare, to ^uief, pacify

Cambiatre,

Calunniosamente, adv. falsely

Calvo,

and Callia,/,

passage
Callaiuls,/. a net, or snare
Calle, m. path, road, street

detract

Calunniato, adj. calumniated,


accused falsely
Calunniatre, m. slanderer

Calunniso, adj.

ignorance
Caliginso, adj. dark, misty.

change,

turn,

cambiarsi, to change
colour; cambiarsi in male,
to degenerate
Cambiato, adj. aitered, transformed tutto cambiato, he
is much altered, quite another
thing

Calnnia, /'. slander


Calunniare, to slander, asperse,

Calidit,/. heat, warmth


Cdlido, adj. hot, marm
Califfo, m. a caliph
Caligare, t grow dark, dh
Caligine, /. mist, blindness,

Calla,

money

Calvinismo, m. Calvinism
Calvim'sta,

to

alter; cambiare, to change,


to track, to drarv upon for

of ordnance)
Calibro, m. the stamp, parts^
S-c. of a person ; the bore of a

Cambista, m. a banker
lawn,
Carabraia, /.
Calzartto, m. pi. Iiaif-boots
Calzarino, m. buskin
Calzato, adj. having shoes and

cam-

Camera, /. chamber, room


camera locanda, furnished
lodgings
camera di letto
bed-chamber; camera c
udinza, audience chamber
;

CAN
camera

parlour

terrua,

Cancellamnto, m. cancelling,

camera di poppa, a cabin


Cameraccia, /. an ill shaped

pezi

Aver
Camerale,

adj. belonging to

Cancellare,
le

czunpane grosse,

to

be dull of hearing

Campanio, and Campanaro,


Camerata. /. club, society un
camerata, a companion
Cameretta,/, a little room
Camerira, /. a cliamber;

Camerire, m. a
of the charhbera

valet,

groom

Camerino, ni. close, small


room, a cabin (in a ship)
Camerllngo, m- a chamber-

in. a ringer, a bellfounder


Campanella, /. and Campanello, m.
a small bell

corapanlla,

the

fiomer
Campanfle, m. a

blue

bell

belfrey,

Cancello, m. pales, balustrade


Cnchero, i. a canker, sore
Campare, to preserve, to live
campare dalla mrte, to save Cancherso, adj full of sores
one's
campar dalla Cancrna,/, a gangrene
self;
;

giustizia, to fiy from justice;

lain

non ne camp uno, not one


Camerdne, m. a large room
escaped
Camertto, ni. a dungeon
Cmice, m. ^a priest's rvhite Campio, adj. escaped
Campeggiare, to encamp, to
garmant
Canitcia,/. a shirt, shift
shine,tosetoff
Camiciotto, m. a linen petti- Campggio, m. lognood
Camperccio, adj. wild, ruCamiciucSIa,/. a rvaistcoat
Cammello, m. a camel
Cammo, m, precious stone in

Camminante,

adj.

traveller.

Camperello, and Campicello,


?n. a small field
Campestre, ana Campestre,
adj. rural
Campidglio, m. the Roman

Campignudlo,
musliroom

Camminatre,

m.

nalker.

Cancrenare,

ney

a chimney

journey

road, jourmttersi
:
1

negzi

gangrei

Catidlemas
Candellire, m. a candlestick
Candellottjo, m. a tallowchandler
Candeltto, wi. and Candeltiz2a, /. a small candle
candelotto di ghiccio, an
icicle

Campionessa,/, a heroine
Campire, to paint the sky

hot,

adj.

burning, red-

shining

Oandidamnle, adv. candidly


Candidato, m. a candidate for
oi

Candidato,

Cammino, m. may,

to

Candla,/, a canJ/e
Candelabro, m. a candlestick
Candelia, Candelra, Candelra, and Candellia, /.

Candente,

Camminata, /. a rvalk , fare Campine, m. a champion,


journal, a shop-book
una camminata, to take a
Tvalk

cancel, deface,

to

yield, to close with rails


Cancellato, part, cancelled
Cancellatura, and Cancella.
zine,/. dash of the pen
Cancellersco, adj. belonging
to chancery
Cancelleria,/, chancery
Cancellire, m. clei-k, chan-

adj.

dressed

in

Campo, m.

afield, a square
campo, to decamp
dar campo, to give oppor

levar

il

tunity dar campo aperto, ti


campo della
give liberty
:

Candidzza, /. brightness, sincerity, candour, purity


Cndi<lo, adj. white, sincere.

Carao, m. a bridle, bit, rein


Camorro, m. a clown
Camosciare, to drest leather,
Canio;

Camzza,

m.
/.

tanned

lea-

a wild goat, a

chamois

Camp;igna, /. the country, a


campaign ; mttersi in campagna, to take the field
Campagnudlo, adj. rural un
campagnudio, a country-

Camuffare, io disguise,
Camuft'to,

adj.

to

mask

disguised,

masked
Camuso, adj. flat nosed
Canglia, and Canagliccia,/.

Candito, adj. zeccher candito, ugr-candy ; candito.

mob, rabble
Canale, m. a canal, kennel
Canaletto, m. a little canal
Cnapa,/, hemp
Canapia,/, a hemp field
Cnajie, and Cnapo, m. rope.

Candore,

Campale,

adj.

pertaining

to

the field ; battaglia campale,


gioi-nata campale, a battle.

Campamento,

m.

encamp

Canapino, adj. of hemp, hempen


Canapuccia,/, hemp-seed
Canarino, m. a canary-bird
Canata,/, scolding
Canatteria,/. many dogs
Ganattire, m. a dog-keeper
Canavccio, m. canvass, tornei,
48

since-

vi. whiteness,

Cane, m. a dog ; the cock of


a gun : dog-star cane livcane
rire, a greyhound
seggio, a setting dog cane
barboTie, or da acqua, a
shagged dog, a poodle day
;

Canes-a, /. and Canstro, m.


a basket
Canestrllo, nt. a little basket

CAN
Cangiabile,

Cangiante,
Cangiare,

ailj-

orf;.

changeahle

changing
change,

tu

tur

m' sempre a canto,

Canrmico,
Canonico,

tide;

Canonista,

(angolo), COI ner

mettetelo

Canonizzaiine,
tion, sainting

Canop, m. a canopy bed, a


Cannibale, m. a cannibal
Canicola, /.
dog-star ;
the
girni canicolari, dng-dayi
Canile, m. a dog-kcnnd
Caninamnte, adv. dog-like
Canino,
duggisli,
canine
fame canina, canine hunger
denti canini, the eye-

Canoro, adj. harmonious

'

Cantne, m. (sasso angolare) a

Canossa../-: the dog-fish

Canova,/, a celiar, a buttery


Canovio, m. a butler, a siure-

li

degli

'

Svizzeri,

the

rteen
cantons
the
of
Cansre, io retnoie, lo escape ;
cansr di pericolo, lo secure, Cantonira, /. a strumpet, a

prostitute

teeth

Canizie

Canna,

/. a enne,

gnllet

bso, the

canna

d'

a rerd

the

canna d'archiharrel of a gun:

un di

Cansato,

adj.

Cantbile,

arfj.

aniay

taken

cantabile

Cantdnto, adj. cornered


Cantre, m. a'singer
H. a pastry-cook

(mu- Canturciio,

sic t^rni)

Cantaccliiro,

sing badly,

to

rgano, the pipe oj

e,f.a
ter-pipe

Cantante, adj. a singer

praise
cantar il vespro a
qualcheduno, to rattle, scold
Cantaro, 7/1. a stone weight, a
;

Cannellato, adj. seasoned tvith

Canzona, and Canzne,/ .e


canzonet
dar canzne,
give fair words nietten
;

m. a place

Cannto,

Cantata,/, a poem set to music


Cantato, adj. messa cantata,
high mass
Cantatre, m. a singer
Cantatrice, /. a female sing-

where

Cannibale, adj. rustie, rough

Canterellare,

Cannocchidle,

Canterflle,

pi.

Cantennai

/.

and Canterino,

m.

chile,

glass

and
a

6anoc-

a telescope
Cannonata,/ a cannon-shot
Cannoncllo, and Cannoncino,
m. a little cannon, a rvatervpe

(see

cannne del

a./ a

ta

cannonade

through a poit-hnle
Cannonire, m. a gunner
adj. full of reeds

Cannica, /. the place rvhere


Canonicale, adj. canonical
Canonicalmente, ud', eanoni-

song of
lori'

to

Cntico, i. a spiritual song


Cantilenacela,/, bad singing
Cantilenare; to sing
Cantimplra, /. a great bottle,
to put in an ice-pM
Cantina,/, a care, a cellar
Cantintta,^'. o little cellar, an
Cantinire, and Cantinirb, m.

Cantino,

Canonicto, m. a canon's place

m.

capable, skilful.

ballad

Canticchiare, to sing

Cao, tn. a sea-calf


Caos, i. confusion, chaos
Capaccio, adj. obstinate, stubCa]ice, adj.

n. a chanter, songster
Cntero, m. a close-stool pan

collo, the

/. the

Cannoneggiare,

Cantacchicaniharides,

perspective

the

smaller

Capacitare, to com
cit<-si, tobeptis.
Capacitato, adj. cot

ottage

cajianna del caiii-

Capanniscondere, m. the gome


[cottage
of hoop

Capanno, m a thatched house,


Capa.mla, f. an assembly, club
Capanmtccia,/. a little totlage.

,lCap.-ni

a bonfirt

CAP

CAP

CAP

command of

the

rfa, /.

and Caparbiet,

Caparbieria,

one; tar capo, to oppote,


non aver altro in
capo, to think of nothing
else capo d'anno, ne'v year't
day capo di contrada, al-

to

resist;

obstinacy, rvUfulnes,

Caprbio, ad), ftoward, rvtiful,


stubborn; spirito caprbio,
fierce, brutish
'. and Caparramnm. earnest money

Caparra,
to,

Caparrare,

Capitanato, part, commanded,


headed
Capitaneggidre, to comtnand
troops

bespeak, to give

to

com-

m. captain,
" governor; minister

Capitano,

Caoarrcjne, ad), foolish, stupid


silly, foolish.

Capassne, adj.

Capata, f. a blow with the head


Capecchio, m. trash, orjlock
CapellatuCapellammo,
ra, and Capellira, /. head
of hair, periwig, false hair,
a hat-box

Capobandfto, m. chief of banditti, ofhigh-aymen


Capobombardire, ni. a com-

mander

oflioml)adiers

Capocaccia, i. a
Capitare, to,arriveat; capitare
male, to fall into misfortune
capitar nelle mani, to fall

into one's hands ; far cap


be der

-,//..

/*/,/,f;*A

r,

Capoclifno,

Capocrdce,

I'll

[stick

p^'(--'.,:~

Capocnso,

i'lk-

far

prijice'* chief

huntsman

Capcchia, /. the head of

rr.

street

Capello, m.AatV
Capocuco, m. a clerk of the
Capitato, part, arrived
CapelUito, adj. hairy
Capitazine,/, poll-money
Capelvnere, and Capelvnero,
m. the staggers
Capitllo, ii. the head of a Capogatto,
the kerb maiden-hair
m. giddiness
pillar, the head-band of a Capogirlo,
(see Vezzo,
Capestrerfa, /.
Capogiro, m. a frolic, crotchet.
bo.-ik
^
^
Propriet)
a
Capitolante, m. a member qf
Capestro, m. a rope, halter ;
Capolavoro, m. a masterpiece
a wicked fellow
the bed's head
Capitolare, to capitulate, to Capoletto, m.
Capestniizo, m. a rascal.
Capolevare, to fall the head
to divide into chaptreat

little head
Capvole, adj. capable
Capezzale, m. a band; ah,,

Capetto, m. a

capezzale, to
esser
ster
be at the point of drath
Capzzolo, m. the nipple
Cap:crio, m. a vestry-keeper
Capiculato, a. head to head
Capidglia, J-. and Capidglio.
al

Capifucc

t.

Capillare, adj.

Captolo, m. a chapter ; chapter, or as.'.eml>ly; a chapterhome, the head-band of a

liair

Chiner,/, and Capinre,


the blackcap (a bird)
Capip.-irte, and Capipopolo,
the head of th.' parly
to c.n.,chemi, nnd
stand, hold; non capfre
stsso, to be overjoyed
bounty, gralui
Capisoldo,
Capitale, m. capital, wealth,
stock, esteem: far capita

Capfre,

depend on

ad

Caponggine, and Caponeria,

Caponamnte. adv. obstinately


Capne, adj. obstinate
Capne, ni a stubborn man

to fall

Capitmbolo, m. a tumble
Capitne, m. a gull; coars,
silk

Capitso, adj. obstinate


Capitozza,/ the pollard oak

Capo, m. head; beginning at


Da capo, adv. again;
end.
da capo a piedi, from
top to toe; capo per capo,

.. i.i..

^t'^^;o
suffered deatk

Capitana,/, the admiraF.i ship


Capitannia, and Capitane-

capo,

chief.

Capoparto, ni. the after-hrth


Capopide, m. a folly, error
Caporale, m. a corporal, capCaporine, ni. a commander
CaposOldo, i. a bounty
Caposquadra, ni. a commo-

Capovrso, m. the beginning of

leader, 'captai

CopovOlgeiB, and Capovoltare,


to turn upside down
Capovolto, part, upside down,
changed
Cappa, /. a cloak, the scalUy
cap
fish, a churchman's
capo del mese, at

pota di Ro..,<, ..- j


himself to be the best poet
in Rome ; mtter nel capo,

fiicci

vie'

m. handle
Capomastro, m. a master
builder, a chief, superin-

head-

'n tutto, di

m
Capi!

hole
Cilpolo,

Capitoli, m. pi. accord, conven-

Capimnto, m. capacinusnes
Capinascnte, m. a live-hi

to

apitol

Capitombolare,

afire

CapilUto, adj. /..... .V


Capillizio, 7(1 a head of

d'uno,

Capolino, m. a little head far


rapolmo, to spy through a

Capitol

month's

c'appare, to pick, choose

Cappato, part, picked, cuiied


j an end.
aprivate
or promon- Cappella,/, a chapel,
'a cape,
chapel musicians of a chamtter capo, to dis
maestro di cappella,
pel;
burden ; rimaner col capo
the head of a choir of singen
io have the tvorsl;
rotto,
in a church
far capo da uno, to apply
50

Capo,

toru

Cappellccio, m,

large bad

to

long

Carbne,
di

Capricci'osam^

Cspricciso,
('appellano, n. a chaplaitj.
Cappelltta, a:id Cappellina,
f. a small chapel
Cappelletto, and CappelUno,

Cappelliera,/, a hat-box
CappelIini(io, m. a rack (to
hang things on)
Cappello, m. a hat, a cardinal's
hat ; cappl di fungo, the top

Capi-icSmo,

iv. capri-

adj.

511.
coal; a misura
carbne, plentifully

Carcame, m. a carcass

(also)

humourCarcre,

to /ua<i

Carcisa,fakindofl,omb

Capricorn
a wild fig-tree

Caprifico, 7(1.
Caprifglio,
and Capriflio,
m. honeysuckle, or shrub

Carcsso,

ni.

quiver

for

trefoil

Caprigno, adj. goatish


Cprio, and Capriudio, m. a
n:itd goat, a roe-buck
Caprila, and Capriula, /. a
icild she-goat
caprila, a
caper in dancing

Carcerare, to imprison
Carcerato, 4i- imprisoned
Carceratre, Vn. lie mho impri-

Cappelline, m. a large hat


Cappelluccio, m. an old hat
Cappelluto, part- tufted, crest-

Cpperi

interj.

{see

Cilppero. m. capers
Capperne, m. a capuch, a
cap
Capperuccio, m. a camail,

Cnppietto, m. a sliding knot


Cappio, m. a running knot

Cdppita! iiiterj. heyday !


Capponia, f. a men) or coop,
(to keep fowls in)
Capponare, to capon
Capponato, part, caponed
CapponcCUo, m. a young capon
Cappne, m. capon
Capponira, /. a sort of trench
tvith

luop-hotes^ to fire out

Carcerazine,

hnprison-

/.

Capriolare, to cut capers


Caprioletto, m. afar.:n
Caprone, m. a he-goal, a cuck-

Ceppita)

Crcere. m. or/, a prison

Carcidfano, "'Carciofaio,

Carcifo,

and

artichoke

Carco, m. charge, burden, load;


questa nostra vita carca di

CAvabe.f a

sort of amber
Carabina,/, a carabine
Carabinire, i a carabineer
Caracollare, to wheel about
Caracollo, m. wheeling about
Caraffa, ajlagon, a bottle
Caraffino, i. a small Jlagon
Caraff'n, m. a large Jlagon

guai, this

Caramente, adv. dearly, tenderly ; vi prego caramente,


/ entreat you
me la pagherai caramente, you sitali
pay dear
Caramgio, m. a droarf
:

Carapignrsi,

to

juirfc,

life is

full of trou-

Cardare. to card wool


Cardato, part, carded
Cardatre, m. a carder,

der
'ded.
vilified

Cardelletto, and Cardellino.


m. a finch, a linnet
Cardinalato,
cardinal>n.

to

Cardinale,
ratre, to consider, to deli-

Cardinalsco,

Cappuccino, m. a

capuchin

friar
Cappccio, m. a

Capraio, atid Caprdro, m.

Capresteda,/. a frolic
Capretta, OHiiCaprttina,/. a

*W

part,

considered,

lizio,

adj.

m. a keg for liquor


Cardinali,
Carato, rrt. a carat ; un scicco
le virt
Caratllo,

di
ventiquattro carati, a
great fool
Carttere, m. character, mark,
print : hand ; letter; dignity,
quality
Caratteristico,
part, characteristic

Caratterizzare, to characterize,
describe

and Capraltfno, m. a

Capribarbicomj'pede, adj. goai^tiaie,

to

to

Capriccio, m. shaking in a
fevir ;
capriccio,
freak,
nhi,-^.
fancj/
aver ca-

adj. pi.

principal,

cardinali,
principal virtues ; punti cardi
nli, cardinal points ; nmeri cardinali,
cardinaC

numbers
Crdini, nu pi. and Crdine,
m. the hinge of a gate i crdini del mondo, the poles of
the earth
;

Cardo, m. a thistle a card for


wool
Cardosanto, m. a holy thistle
;

CaravSUo,/. a small ship


Carbonia, / u coal-pit;
ditch, a dungeon, prison

a
;

Careggiare,
wheedle
;

Capricciare,

and Cardinabelonging to a

pondered

corvi, a hood
cappuccio, cabbage-lettuce
Capra, /. a goat
salvar la
capra e i cvoli, do good
to one rvithout hurting an-

she-kid
Capretto,

Caratato,

Carbonaio, m. a coal-man
Carboncello, and Carbnchio,
ni. a carbuncle, a little coal
Carbonchiso,
adj.
burnt,

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coax, Jlaiter,
careggiare,
to

to

Careggiato, part, coaxed, ca-

Carena,/

the keel

of a ship;

Cargna,/, carrion, carcass


Caronnccia, fan old prosdluie

Carminare, io card moot


Carminato, par*, carded
Carminio, /. carmine (fine red

Carla.,/, dance, couniry-dance

Carolare, io dance countrydances


Carta,/, a carrot, a fib cac-

colour)

, io CI
Careizamnto,

Camccia,/. carrion
"
iacci:.o, adj full of flesh

m.jiesh-meat
Carnagine,/, the complexion ;
"~a carnagine bianca e
ce, a fair lively comlaggio,

ni.

JlaUery
Carezzare, to caress, cajole
Carezzato, part caressed
Carezzevole, aJj. caressing,
Jlatterhifr, alhn-ing
Carezzevolmente, adv. kindly
Carezzlna,/. allurement
Carezzoccia, /. clownish ca-

ciar carte, io He a me non


ficcherete
questa carta,
:

you shall not make me

m.

Carotio,

charge of a
crica

di

load

gun

charge of this ;
rica al nemico,

ho

io

the
la

/ have

questo,

dar

la c-

io attack the

Caricante, adj. charged


Caricare, to load, burden
caricare un archibso, to
charge a gun, to charge
;

carnale,

fratello

an

Carotare, io

stonate, io beat one severely


caricarla ad uno, io play
tricks tvith one
caricarsi,
to take upon one's self
Caricato, part, loaded
Caricatre, m. and Caricatrice,
/. he or she that loads
Caricatura,/, a caricature
Crico, m. burden, load, care,
blame; nave di crico, a
merchant ship ; dar il crico
di qualche cosa ad uno, lo
intrust a person ; crico di
;

ad],

rotten,

carrion, carca
Camascialre, io give up
unlawful
pleasure,
g

Carnasciale, m. the three


days of the carnival
amascialsco, adj. of

charity

give

alms

ritable

Carmeitno.
friB,

fat; far came, to slaughmtter troppa carne


ter ;
a fuco, io undertake toc
;

cher's

meat

carne
quick

viva,

grssa, buttagliar fin alla


to cui to tht

Carpobalzamo, m. the fruit qf

Carnfice, in. a hangman


executioner a bloody-minded
,

Crneo, adj. fleshy


Camesalta,/. salt pork

Camescca, /. salt neat


Carniere, m. budget, pouch
ter

the

place

Carmelite

Carpicelo, m. a great quantity ;


dare un buon carpicelo, to
bang, thrash one soundly
Crpine, m. a lime-tree
Carpine, m. a carp
Carpfre, to snatch
Carpitella,
a kind of light

came

much

m. a cartmright.

of execu-

a balsam-tree
Carpne, adv. crawling, andar
carpne, fogo crawling ; star
carpne, to sit squatting
Carradre, Carrjo, m. a earlw right, a carter
Carrata,/, a cart-load
Carratello, m. a kind of barrel
Carreggiare, to drive a cart
Carreggiata./, highway, road;
uscir della carreggiata, to be

adj. voracious,fleshadj.

car-

Camovalesco, adj. of the earCamiito, adj (tee Camdso)


nelCaro, adj. dear, costly
mi
come, grateful, beloved
sarebbe caro di vederlo, /
should be glad to see him
,

m' pi caro d' esser in citi.


eh' in cEunpagna, / loi-e bet
ter io be wi torvn than in ih
country

Carreggiatre, m. a carman
Carreggio, i. carts, carriage,

baggage

fleshy, plump
Carnosit, /. fleshiness,
nosity (a disease)
Carnovale, m. carnival

io snatch from , to
creep along, to walk upon

/. flesh, meat, pulp of


fruit; esser in came, to bt

Carlna, /. alla carlna, adv.


coarsely,
clownishly,
dially, openly

Carpare,

Cari)ntire,

CamosStto, and Carnso,

far la cariti, t,>


carit pelsa,
selfish charity
Caritatvole, adj. charitable
Caritatevolmente, and Caritativamente, adv. charitably
Caritativo, adj. merciful, cha/.

caravan

a kind of Grecian

i.

tvoim-

Carisma,/, a grace, favour


Carit, Caritde, n/id Cantate,

lie

Carpcco,

'.arnalit,/. sensuality, Inst

CamivoTo,
Cariso,
eaten

company of ships
Carovllo, m. a kind ofpear-tree

Carname, m.

Camificfna,/. vintder ; slaughCrie,/, rulfen .,


Carino, and Carina, adj. Utile

tell

Carnalmente, adv. sensuali;

Came,
memdiia, to clog the memory
caricar uno di ba-

fibber, liar, car-

rot-seller

Carovana,
Crica, /. burden,

be-

Carotccia,/. a rotten carrot,

CarrStta, a kind of cart


Carrettio, m. carman, carter
Carrettata,/ cart-load
Carrettira, the carman's wife
Carrettire, >. a carter
Carretto, m. a wheelbarror
Carrettne, m. a waggon
Carriggio, m. equipage, bag-

gage
Carrira,/ career, course, race
Carrino, m. a barricado, or
Carriuld,/ a truckle-bed
load

52

un

carro di liCno, a

C^sa, /. house, home, habitaove


tion, parentage, family
state di casa, nhere do you
live? star con l'occlii a
;

far il carro colla


shift the sail

tellatwn ;
vela, to

aprir casa, io take a house;


Carrzza, f. a coach
sser di casa, to be inlimate
Carrozzbile,
adj
a place
casa maladtta, hell andate
where a coach may no to
a casa maladtta, go to the
Carrozzaio, ni. a coach-maker
devil
Carrozzata, /. a coach-full
Casacca,
Carrozzire, m. a coachman
a coat : a great
voltdr caceat, a surlout
Carrozzino, m. a chariot
sacca, to be a turncoat
Carruba,/, a sort of bean
Gasacela,
an old ruinous
Carruccio, m. a go-cart

Casista,

Caso,

a casuist
chance, aceideut

1)1.

?(i.

'tis

fact
of c
caso di qualche

i,

scinz

cl"ico\ir{: V'inZre, over- Casccio, m. a strange accident


'reach

Carrucoletto,/. a small pulley


Carta,/, paper ; carte, cards
giuocare alle carte, to play
III cards ; dar le carte alla
scoprta,
to
speak one's
mind; far le ciirte, to deal
the cards : carta, a map ;
carta ila navigare, a sea
chart
carta, u page of a
book
carta ainmarezzSta,
:

Casale, vi. a hamlet, village


Casalingo,
adj.
domestic ;
donna casalinga, a !wuse-

nnfe

Casamatta, /. a sort of fortification: ajail for soldiers


Casamnto, ni. a large house,
far,
Casata, /. and Casito, m.

family
Cascggine,/, a drowsiness
Cascaninto, m. a fall

Cascamorto, m. far

casci

il

Cartastraccia, /. blutting-paptr

bethink one's self;


to fall into sin

Cart<

cascare,
denti mi

to the compass
to keep a
correspondence
Cartggio, m. correspondence
Cartlla,/, a book cover
Cartellare,
challenge by
to

cascano, / lose my teeth


Cascata,/, a cascade
Cascaticcio, adj frail, ruinous,
'
d: casa cascaticcia, a
ready to fall
Cascatolo, adj. one who easily

Cartllo, m.

Caschetto, m. a head-piece
,fapluce to keep cows
Cascino, m. a cheese-press

cdsa, to

make much

thing

that

umo

caso che, in case


a caso, a care-

less

7nan; questo

oj'

any

caso,

il

this is the point

Casolare, m. a paltry house


Casne, m. a great house
Casi5so, adj. anxious, pensive,
careful
Casetta, /. and Casotto, nt. a
snug house, a sentry-box
Cassa, /. chest, trunk, cask ;
'

cassi d'art'i^li'Jfa," a" carriage for ordnance


cassa di
a bedstead; cassa, a
;

ltto,

d'occhiali, Me case for a pair


of spectacles
Cassare, to blot out, cancel, raze
Cassato, part,
crossed out.

upon

mi5rto, to be street

Cartapcora, /. parchment, Cascante, adj. hanging djmi


vellum
Cartapesta./ macerated paper
Cartasugnte, /. sinking-paper
Cartata,/, a page

caso, by chance dato il caso,


put the case, suppose; casOj

Css<

ward wall, the upper deck


Casserla,/. a copper pan
Casstta, f. a box for cash, a
Cassettio,

ni.

box-maker

Cassettne, m. a great box


Cssia,/, the drug cassia
Cassire, m, a cashier, a cashper

Casso, adj. 'empty.

oid.

Vi

falls in love

a manifesto ;
libel, a lampoon, a chatlen.
Cartellne, ni, a placard^
play-bill

tall h

Cartira,/, a paper-mill

break,

blank

Canilgine, f. cartilage, gri,


Casellini, m. t
'ng posts
(at races)
Casereccio, adj. belonging to a
house ; pan casereccio, house-

hold bread

asSrma,/ a barrack
Casira,

/.

housekeeper,

the keeper

Cartolare,

Cartolare,

Castagntta. /. ca.itanet
Castagno,
Castagnfno, and
adj.

bay,

Casimfr, m. kerseymere
Casina, /. and Casino,

chestnut-co-

ured
Castalderia,
lailiffship,
/.
stewardship
Castaldo, m. baillffofa manor.

of a
Castamente,

nt.

or

adv.

chastely.

nestly
It

of a

CAV
:

Catapuzza,/, rparge (a plant)

Castellano, adj. belonging io a

Cattedrtico, m. a lecturer, or
professor
Cattivacelo, adj. wicked, lewd,
kniivish ; un cattivacelo, n.

Castrato, m. a wether sheep


Castrato, part, castrated

Catarrosamente, adv. rheuma cheat, a bravo


Cattivamente, adj. unjustly,
Catarrso, that which causes a
treacherously
c.-ild. he that has a cold
Cattivanula, /.
knavery,
Catarzo, *. coarse silk that
wickedness
cannot be spun, dirt
Cattivare, to enslave, to masCatasta,/ a pile of wood, <S-(
ter; to induce; cattivarsi 1'
a funeral pile ; a certain
animo di qualchcduo, to
whereby wood is sold
win one's heart
Catast(
Cattivato, vaH. captivated
roll
Cattivege-are, to lead a bad
Catastrofe./ catastrophe, fatal
life ; to grieve
Cattivllo, m. wretched ; contei,iptih>e; egli un catti
Tello, he is a crafty rogue
Cattivellccio, adj lean, weak
Cattivzza, /. knavery, ro
Catechistico, adj. instructi
gueiy
Catechizzive, to catechise
Catecmeno, m. one newly Cattivit, / slavery, distress ;
villany, mischief
Categoria,/, category
CatUvo, adj. captive, wicked;
logic
Categoricamente, adv. catein cattivo, a slave, a rascal
gorically
Cattolicamente, adv.
as a
Categrico, adj. categorical
CateiUno, and Catllo, m. a Cattolicit,/ Catholicism
Cattlico, m. a Roman catholic
little dog, a whelp
Catelln catellne, adv. step Cattura,/ catch, seizure
by step andar catelln ca- Catturare, to seize, arrest

Castratura./ the part curtailed


Castrnse, adj. pertaining to a

tellne, to go softly
Catna,/, a chain, a necklace

Castellare, m. an old castle


Castelltto, and Castllo, m.
Utile tnrvn, or castle : castllo della nave, the forecast!

<-

of a

shii,

Castelletto, i. a large borough


Castellccio, m. a little castle
Castigaranto, i. puiishtnent.

Castigare, lo reprimand, adCastit,./; chastity, purity


Casto, ar,. chaste, pure

Castne, m. that part of the

nng

ti'herein the stone is set

Castiirio,

Castro,

m. castor
and Castore, m. a

a beaver hat
[camp
Castrarne tazions,/. pitching a
Castraprci, and Castraporclli, HI. a gelder
Castrare,
to
castrate, cut ;
castrare un libro, to curtail

camp

Cava,/, a hole, a cave, a vault,


cava, a hidinga mine
place, a den
cava di metalli, a quarry, a mine; cava
del marmo, a marble quarry
CavaboUtte, m. pincers
Cavadnti,
Catendre, to chain
tooth-drawer
Cavalcante, adj riding
Catenato, part, chained
Catenlla, /. and Catenzzj
Cavalcare, to ride on horseback; cavalcar il pae.se, to
a little chain
take a view on horseback,
Cateratta, /. a flood-gate,
cavalcare il
shiice, a portcullis at a city
to rule, direct
bisdsso, to ride without a
gate, a fall of water, a cataract, disease of tite eyes so
Cavalcata, /. a troop, cavaicade
Catrva, / a multitude
tountingCavalcatolo, m.
Catinio, n. a potter
block
Catinlla, /. and Catino, m.
Cavalcatre, t. a horseman
an earthen basin
Cavalcatura, /. any beast for
Catrcio, m. a bolt
the saddle
Carrafosso, m. a precipice
Cavalcavia, /. an arcade, a
Catrame, m. a sort ofgum
Cattabrfga.tn. a liti^iousfellow
Cattano, m. a lord of a manor Cavalcire, to sit astride
Cattare, to get, obtain ; cattar Cavalcione, and Cavalcioni,
adr. astride
la limosina, to beg
a lightCattedra,/, a public chair; a Cavaleggire, m.
uscir di catna,

to

get loose
long

catna di monti, a
and Castrne,
m. a castrated lamb a blockHdge of mountains
head, a booby
a name of Catenccio, m. a bolt

Castronaccio,

contempt for the soprano


Castronerfa,/. dulness
Casuale, adj. accidental; una
cosa casuale, an accident
Casualit, f. casuality
Casualmente, adv. accidentally, liy chance
Casuario, m. the cassiorvary
Casccia, and Caspola, /. a
small house, a cottage
Casufsta, m. a casuist
Caszza,/. a poor little house

Catacmba, /. a vault where


martyrs were buried

Catafalco,
a scaffold
Catafuscio,(a) ad. rashly, topsy-

Catafratta,/ a coat qf mail


Catalessfa,/. catalepsit
Cataletto, m. a bier, a cojgin
Catalogo, m. a catalogue

Catapcchia,/, a desert

Cataplasma,/,

poultice, caia-

Cavalierato, ni. knighthood


CitteHra. the Papal Set
3.
Cattedrale,/, a cathedral
Cavalire, m. a trooper
Cattedrante, m. a master in a
kniglil a gentletnan, a platform ; cavalire, a nofc/eman
,

Catapulta, /. a warlike engine


to shoot darts, SiC.

CAV
a

cavalier servnte,
ci'

ailij's

sharper,

imlsuia,

Cavainnto, m. digging, undermining, trenching

draw,

'avare, io

Caviliso, adj.

carping, cap-

take

ivrest,

cavar di bcca un
;
segrto, lo get a secret ; cavar

anay
have the ad-

cavaliere, io

un
petty
m. a
gentleman, an esquire
Cavalla,/, a mare
Cavallccio, m. ajade ; a bad

C^valiertto,

dal fango, io astisi, io


-^

"

'

diri;

Cavallerescamente, uiiy. noby,


gallantly, genteel.'y
adj.

Cavalleresco,
free, noble

gallant,

dignit cavalle-

lake ovt stains


Cavare, io dig ; cavare una
fossa, io dig a g ave
Cavastrcci, m. a screm or
io

norm io tirdoad a gun


Cavasghero, m. a cork-screrv

knightiiood ; Cavato, pari dug


/.
cavallerfa, cavalry, horse
a Itole, a pit
Cavallerizza, J'. manege, rid- Cavatre, m. a digger, a
miner cavatr di dnti, a
ins-school
CavallerfZJo, m. a master of
the herse
avatra,f. a hole, a cave
Cavalletta, and Cavallino, / Caudatrio, 7n. a train-bearer
something ;
a Incus/, griisskopyer ; far Cavlle. f. pi
'-una cavalltta ad uno, io
hai cavlle, something

Cavalleria,

cheat
Cavalletto,

m. a
itto,
vallo

and

Cavallino,

litiU horse ;
cavala hobby-iorse ; ca-

a Barbary

Brbero,

ho>

cavallina,

norsejly
Cavallivendolo,

you
Cavrna, a den, a cave
Caverr.tta,f. a small cave
Cavernosit, f.
cavity

io

la sete, to quench thirst ;


cavar acqua, io dram rvaier ;
cavar sangue, io let blood ;
cavar gli occhi, io pull out
the eyes cavar le macchie,
iller

ervi, hollow eyes

cavar

.-lIo,

cavarsi la vgli ,
satisfy one's desire; cavarsi

death

Cavolfire, i. caulijlon

Cavretto, m. a kid
"avrila, /. a caper ; far cavriole, io cut capers
CiTioltta,/. a little caper
Cavriula,/. a she-goat
avriulo, m. a he-goat
ausa, /. cause, motive, tub'
Ject : a cusa di, o del, for,
on account of; a cusa che,
because ; per che causa, on
fi'hat account
Causare, to occasion
Causato, patt. caused
Causatre,
counsel.
m- a

Causidico,

m.

barrister.

Caustico, m. a caustic
Caustico, adj. caustic
Cautamente, adv. heedfully
Cautla,/, caution; tvariness;
security,
asslvere
bail ;
a cautla, to dismiss upon

con-

depth,

Cavernso, adj full of holes


Cavzza, /. a halter for criminals levar la cavzza, io

Cautelato,

cautious.

adj.

ai liberty ; romper la Cautrio, m. a cautery


to
cauterize.
cavzza, io addici one's self Cauterizzare,
io debauchery
Cautissimamente, adv. moti
Cavezzfna,/. a bridle
sei

dealer
ni. a horse: andar a
; cavallo di
a stallion ; cavallo
intiero, a ttone-horse ; cavallo marino, a sea^h.nrse ;

Oavllo,

cavallo, io ride

sort

of muzzle

razza,

Caviale, m.

>ecfa.

Cazjso, adj. captious

dar
lash

far

una

Cazza,/

avallo.

u ladle

Cazzare la sctta,
iminsilion : cavallo d'aftitt
hackney-horse ; sser
cavallo, neither to lose m

Caviglia, f. a pin, a peg, the


peg of an instrument ; caviglia del piede, the ankle-

Cavalmariiio,

m.

draw

vii,

the

so called

Cazzottare, to strike hard


far
Ca-ZzOtto. m. a blu,,'
:

Cavillare,

Cavalocchio,
man-.pettf.g^
Cavamaccliie, /,

to

Caziavla,/ a bird

to t

Cavillatre, ?. a caviller
Cavillazine, /. and Cavillo,

wrangle,
a
quirk
Caviliosamente, adv.

cavil,

capri-

Cazzula,/, a hull-head
Ce, (pron dai. plur.)
ce ne

mand,

some; qui ce

ously

56

to lit;

he sent to ut
la

godiamo.

CEN
Cendcolo, m. a supper-room
Cenrfre, to eat supper
Cenato, jmrt. supped

Ceo.-iggine^/wz!.7H, error
Cecre, to blind, to darken
le passioni

ccano

Celatone, m. a targe helmel


Celeberrimo, adj. very much

renowned
Celebramnto, m. celebration,

cattlTi,

passions Mind the wicked


Cecito, part. hlind.:d, darkened
Cece, m. vetches ; non pu
tener cece, he cannot keep a
secret ; insegnare rodere
cece, to shew one his faults
Cechzza, Cecit. Cecitide,
and Cecitite,/. blindness
Cecino, m. a wild swan
Cedente, arf; yielding
Cedenza,/. Cc Cedevolzza)
Cdere, to submit, to resign ;
non vi cedo in nulla, / do
vol yield to you ; cdere a
chichesfa, to comply with
any body's rviU ; to renounce

Cencereilo, m. a small rag


Ceiiceria.f. a hea^
if rags
'
Cenciaia./ rags

Cenciaiulo,

in.

dealer

celebrity, reputation

Celebrante, adj. celebrated il


celebrante, 'the priest that
:

Celebrare,

to

celebrate,

non aver cencio di che che


sia, to he destitute non prfsso
rovar chi mi desse fuoco

mend

Celebrato,

cncio, / have

Celebra t<5re.

he that

1.

help in the

710

cele-

Cenciso, adj. ragged


2i(5ne,

Cenerata../: lye-ashes

celebration

/.

Cnere, f.

ashes : il girno
delle cneri. Ash Wednesridurre in cnere, lo
:
destroy l.yfire

'"Jj. renowned,famon

dai/

grant
Cedvole, adj. flexible, pliant
Cedevolzza',/ suppleness
Cdola,/, a note, a schedule
Cedrne, adj. cedar colour
Cedronella,,/: balm, mint
Cedrire, lo season rvith le-

Celebritride, and
Celebrit.-ite, /.
solemnity

Celebrit,

tn

Cenerina,/, a slender supper


Cenericcio, adj ash-colonr
Cenerino, adj. greyish, ash-

Celere, adj. quick, swift


Celeste, adj. heavenly; celeste.
Celestiale,

heavenly.

adj.

Cennamo, and Cinnamo, m.

Cedrato, m. Cedrino, adj. made


of cedar ; tavola cedrina, a

dj
Cedriudlo. m. cucumber
Cedro, m. a citron, or cedar
tree
di cedro, 0/ cedar

be

to

cheerful,

^f;'Snijjem

bell

dare o far cenno d* una


mention a thing

cosa, to
slightly

Cennovanta,
ad.

m.

Cenobio,

Cenotfio,
Cfalo, tn. the mullet fish
Ceifta, /: a box on the ear
Ceffatelia, /. a slap on the
Ceffatto, m. a sot. blockhead
ceffo,
the snout of a dog ;
an ugly face: o che bel
ceffo! (I pretty figure indeed! far ceffo, to dislike a

CeffJn^, m. a cuffon the car


Ceffuto, adj. hroad-faced
Celamnto. m. u hiding, conccali-ig : celamnto di cose
rubate, concealment qf stolen
things
CeUre, to secrete, dissemble
Celata,/ casket, helmet

Oelatamnte, adv

secretiti

Ce\Aio, part, hid, or hidden,


concealed ; vi prego d te-

adj.

hundred

vrvei

cehbacy

monastery
notaph,

an

empty to
Cenquaranta, adj. a hundred
.^

nd

Celleriia,

m. a
I
'
'

cellarist (in

Celienti

a monas-

Celialo, CelK-irio, anrf Cellire,


m. buttery, cellar
Celletw, and Celluzza, /. a
little cell, or room
Celonio, m. a carpet-maker
Celdne, m. a carpet
Celsitdine, /. highness, ex-

Cembalo, and Cembolo, m.


cymbal;

(igiira

nd forty
isessanta, adj. a hundred
nd sixty
Censeftanta, adj. a hundred
and seventy
subsidy, recenso, m. tax
;

censre, m. a censor, critic


reformer, comptroller
Censoria,/, censorship
Censuario, adj. tributary

di crabaK,

Censtira, /.

Cenna-

Censurare,
reprehend

rei>ro<./,

criticism,

jnd
Cemban'a,
mella)
Cementiire,

v. to

Cemento, m.
Cena,./*.

/.

(see

cement
a I

cetnent,

suppeK^

"/

to

cens

chide.

OER

CER

Centellio, and CentSHo, m. a


tip, a small draught

Cercante, adj. searcher, a beg-

Centesima, and Centesimo,


adj. the hundredth
Centina,/, a frame for arches
Centinaio, m. a hundred
Centinre, to turn; 7nake an

Cercare,

gar
ramble

nodo
for

te seek, search, stroll,

cercar del pane,

cercar

difficulties;

partito, to look for a

Cento, adj. hundred mi par


cento anni di vederlo, I lou(;
:

Centogmhe,m. asoi/ rf cater-

to

bargain:

un Certificamnto, m. assurant',

good

cercar rogna,

io

seek trouble
Cercata,/, inquiry. search
Cercato, fart, searched, sought

pillar

Ccntomfla, a hundred thousand


Centrdle, adj. central
Centreggiare, to incline to the
cetUre, to fix one's thoughts

Cen trina,/ a

Certamente,'
Cenare, te combat
Certzza, /. certainty, assur

del giunco, to look out

confirmation
Certificare, to certify, ascertain
Certificato, adj. assured
Certificato, m. and Certifica-

zidne,/. a certificate
Certissimamente, and Crtissimo, adv. most certainly
Certissimo, adj. most certain
CerUtdine,./-. {see Certzza)
certo, adj.
:

Certo, pron. some

porpoise

l)i

<

al

centro, m. the centre, the depth


Centtmviri, m.

pi. the ceritum-

Certdsa, a Carthusian mcnas-

Centuplicdto, and Centuplo,


m. a hundred fold
Centura./, (e Cintiira)
Centria, /. a band of a hun-

Centurtno, m a n-aistbett
Centurine, m. o centurion ;
the captain of a hundred

Cenuzza,/ a poor supper


Ceppia,/. the root of a tree

Cerchiato, part, sur,


Cerchiatura, / act of encircling, hooping

CervelMggine,
Cercine, m. a

roll,

a porter's

Cercdne, m. sour wine


Crebro. m. the brain
Ceremdnia,/. ceremmixj
Ceremoniale, m. a ritual
Ceremonile, adj. ceremonial

anvil ceppo di case, a stock


of houses
Cera, /. ti-ax, vax-candte;
torches, taper; cra, (volto) face, mien, countenance,
far budna cera, to make one
welcome; di budna cera,
;

Carthusian

hair; compliments
Ceremonidso, adj. ceremonious

remony, rite
inire.flHd Ceremonire,
,

/.

whim, mag-

got
[sage
Cervellata, /. a kind ef sauCervelletto, and
Cervellino,
m. brainless, hare-brained
Cerrelliera,./: a light helmet
Cervellinaggine, /. tnvaeity,

blunder
ervelUno,

ervello,
cervello, to take ct
Mrsi il cervllo, io puzzle
one's brains : mtter il cer-

vllo a partito ad

tino,

to

make another think udmo


di cervllo, a wise man
Cervellne, >n. an extravagant,.
;

Cere-

moniosamnte, adv. conrie-

mernly

silly

Ceraiudio. m. a ivax-chandler
Ceralacca,
sealing-wax
Ceramlla, /. a pipe, a bag-

[monk
m.

Cerva, f. a hind

Cepperello, and
Ceppo, 1. the trunk, or
stump of a tree, a log, block
stocks fetters origin reppo Cerfoglio, i. Me herb cherril
d'incdine, the stock of an Cerfuglione,
m.
dishevelled

Ceppatello,

iery
Certosino,

Cerchietto, m. a small hoop


Cervellccio, m. harebrained,
Cerchio, m. a hoxp, circle;
stubborn, conceited; (also) a
cerchio di ruota, the circle of
great mind

Cema,/.

refuse, dirt,

ojffal

(aUo

power of mind
Cervtto, m. a young stag
Crvia, {see Cerva)
Cervitto, m. a fawn

Cerdna,/. a large fact


Cerso, udj

Cerbaia, /.

waxy

a plantation of Cerottino, m. a

Cerbero, m. Cerberus, the dog

Cerotto, m. a

stubborn man
Cervire, m. a lynx
Cerviro, adj.' quicksighlcd
Tiro, (
:

little

wax

n
,*c.
taper,

eyes

Cerpellne, m. an error, fault.

Cerretano,

Cerbottana, /. a long hollow


pipe to shoot with ty blowing
Cerca, /. search, inquiry andar alla cerca, to go a beg-

cervio, m. a stag, hart


Ceriileo, adj. sky-coUnired

m. a Juggler, a Cerume,

>h.

the

wax

of the

Cervo,

m. a wood of green

jn. a stag, hart


volante, a hoy's kite

agre,

oak

Ceru

urgeon

ccr

CHE
Cerussa,/, while lead
rvoodpecfcer.
the
Cerzia, /.
Cerzia murajola, j. the rvall
creeper

Cesare, m. Cessar
Cesreo, adj. imperial : operaSidne Cesrea, the Cesarian

CHI

Ctm, f. a cithern
Cetrina,/ balm, balm-gentle
Cetriulo,
cucumber
Che that, which, whom, what,
how, because, why, until,
whatsoever, otherwise, than

m'ha

scritto

che non poteva

me

Cesellare, <o tvork with a chisel


Cesello, m. a chisel
Csio, adj. that has blue eyes
Cesie,/, pi. a pair of^cissars
Cespo, m. turf, sod, bush

venire, he wrote io
he could not come:

Cespglio, m. bush
Cespugliso, and Cespugliato,
adj. bushy, thick

che volf'te ? what do


to do
you want ? ditegli che venga
da me, tell him to come to
me non ha che un cavallo,

Cess'agine, /.
interruption,
cessation, departure, distance
Cessarne, m. scum of the people
Cessamnto, m. cessation
Cessante, adj. ceasing, negli-

Chrico,

m.

clergyman^

clerk,

that
il libro
che m" avete mandato, the
book which you sent me ; non
so che fare,' I know not what
.

he has only one horse; che


piccoli
che grandi, both
small and great: che In-

Chermes, m. cochineal
Chermisi, m. crimson

; furbo,
matto, ignorante in chermisi, a knave, fool, ignorant

Chermisfao, adj. erimson-co-

Cherubino, m. cherub, cherubin

Chetamente, adv. by

stealth,

privately

Chetnza,/. an aci/uaintanct
receipt

Chetare, to quiet, silence


Chetzza,/. calmness, silence
Chetissimamente, adv. very

cljje Italiani, some Engquietly


and some Italiaiu; che
donna questa ? what Chto, adj. quiet, still: state
cheto, be quiet
ogni cosa
is this?
che
era chta in casa, every body
sarei feUce d'essere in camwas asleep. Chto, chto,
pagna how happy should I
adv. softly
be in the country! datemi
tempo che possa risponder- Chi, pron. who, whom, whogli, give me time that I may
chi , / know who he is &

glsi
lish

Cessa

oid,

escape, dispel, mitigate; la


pioggia cesser tosto, the
rain jvil be over presently ;
i

rimedi cessano

il

dolre.

bella

fne woman

venite oggi, ander


cause, if you don't
day, I shall depart;

Cessato, part, ceased

Cessazine, /. cessation

Hon

far cessine di beni, ta


resign one's property
Csso, m. a water-closet ; andar al csso, to go to the wa:

ter-closet

Cesso, part, given up


CSsta,/. baskri, chest
Cestccia,/. an old basket
Cestaio, 7n a basket-maker
Cestella, /. and Cestello, m. a
little basket
CasUto, and Cestito, adj. thick,
Cesto, m. a gauntlet: il csto
di Vnere," Venus's girdle
Cestne, m. a large basket
Cesura,/, a syllable in Latir

non

p.irii ?

why

che

do you

speak

? aspettate eh' io
ga, stay till I come ; finita

che avr questa

lettera,

aer, as soon as I have


written this letter, I shall

go; sia che che


soever

it

may

be

sia,
:

what-

un

bel

che per andare in cllera,


a fine subject indeed for anger : a qusto mi rispndi,
o che mi parto, answer to
this, otherwise I go; pi
ricco che dtto, he is rather
rich than learned che c' ?
what is the matter? Che,

and Cetereggire,

Ceteratre, and Ceterista, m.


a performer on the guitar
Ceteriztre, to sing to the guitar
Cetfna, /. a pit in which char-

(as a substantive) thing,


matter, suhjeet
, adv. often, now
and then
Chle, /. Me claws of a scorpion, lobster, and crab

Cherere,
Voler

(also)

rank,

{see

Domandare, and
[cn

Cherical mnte, adv. in a


rical

Cto, m. a whale
dignity

the commandments of God


shall be saved; chi diceva
una csa, e chi un' altra,
some said one thing, some
another: non vi sar chi
dica il contrrio, no one wili
say the contrary
Chicchiera,/, chil-chal

Chiacchieramnto, m.

prat

ttin^

Chiacchierare,

Ch" eh'

Ceterre,

chi avete parlato ? whom


did you speak to ? chi di
voi ha detto questo? who
of you said so ? chi osserva
i commandamnti di Dio
sar salvo, whoever observes

cle-

way

Chericto, m. clerkship, function of the clergy

Chiacchierata,

/.

chit-chat,

tattling

Chiacchieratre, m. a tattler
Chiacchierella,/. idle talk
Chiacchierino, m. a jeerer,
prattler, a blab

Chiaccherne, m. a long,

te-

dious talker
Chiacchillre, to tillle-tattle
Chiamamnto, m. invocation
Chiamante, part, invoking,
catling upoii
tn call, to name:
mandar a chiamare, to send
come vi chiamate?
what is your name? chii.

Chiamare,
for:

CHI
m^rsi contnto,
tented

he

sef;

marsi
dno,

); street,

dna

offso
to

ivrunged

chia-

(or lane

da qualche-

Chista,/, a request
Chisto, part, rcjuesled

Chiglia,/ Me

Clamcye,

think one's self


chiainiir furij io

Cmo,m.
Chiamata,/, vocation, calling;
batter la chiamata, io beai
a par let/
Chiamato, part, called
CliiamatcSre,

m. a

caller,

an

Chiana,/, a standing pool


Chiamare, to impose upon
Chiappa,/, buttock, breech
Chiappare, to snatch, pull,

to lock
Chiav,to, part, pitched, nailed,
locked

Chiavatra,/. a fastening
Chiave,
a kiy, authority,

hina,

idle silh.

Chiii

hor

a,/,
, a

e<

Chiarit,/, light, splendour


Chiarito, adj. lucid, shining,

:hinatiU-a, /. a descent
Chincglia, and Chincaglieria,

Chlcchera, /. a tea or coffee


cup

China, /. an ainbling nag;


china Inglse, a gelding
Chino, m. declivity, steep-

/
Chicchirillare, to cluck, toprate
Chicchirillo, m. nonsense

Chich, pron. whosoever


Chichessia, pron. whosoever,
any body
Chiedente, adj. requesting, or
Chiedere, to ask, beg, sue for ;
che chiedete what do you
want ? chiedere in prstito,
.5

Chiaro, adj. clear, luminous,

charming, famous, hearty.


Certain
io

far chiaro alcuno,


inform one ; chiaro di
:

luna, moonshine ; comincia


a far chiaro, the day breaks
Chiarosctiro,7M. (d'un ritratto)
the light of a shade (of a
picture)

Chiaro, adv. clearly, plainly


Chiarre, m. splendour, bright-

Cl;uistt<

hardware

Chino, adj. inclined ; bended ;


caminr col capo chino, to
walk with one's head down
Chino, adj. lorn, deep
Chiijcca,/. a sound beating, or
ippin,

Chioccare
Chioc a,/

rike

Chiocciare,

Chiedimnto, m. request,

peti-

he

io cluck, to

begin to

ill

Chiccio, adj. hoarse:


chccn,fobefaint!sh
Chiocciola,/, a snail, the

Chi

1;

stir
.ihcll,

Chri(
tike;

Chisa, /. a church: Chi


stta,
Chiesicciudla,
and
Chiesina,/. a little church
Chiesstra,/. a devotee
'^"-

Chi&ssatello,

yhintk,f. a descent
Chinatamente, adv. privately
Chinato, udj. crooked, bentf
colle ginocchia chinate, with
bended knees

Chiazza, /. a scab
Chiazzato, adj. speckled, spot-

clarified,

Chiartoa,/. clarion, hautboy


Chiarfre, to clear up, explain.

down ;

consent, submit ; chinar la


tsta ad uno, io boni; chi

Chia

btr.th

Chiarificazidne, /. illustration,
evidence, plainness
Chiarimnto, to. and Chiari-

\iso, to look

il

rliinr gli occhi, io cast down

ness, satisfaction, security, Chiavichetta,/. anfc


perspicuity,
nobleness
of Chiavistello, m. a bolt for a

adj.

lasciar

andar 1' acqua alla china, to


lei things go how they vill
Chinacliina,^: Jesuit's bark

cuor di costui, /
of that man as I

chinare

Chiarificato,

declivity;

el'

Chippolo, m. a denial, a refusal


Chiara,/, the white of an egf;
Chiaramente, ado.
clearly,

Chiarificre,io clarify, brighten.

the chyle
of the nature of

chyle

Chimera,/, chimera , fancy


Chimrico, adj. imaginary
Chimerizzrei to dream, to
fancy
Chimica, /. chymislry
Chimicamente, adv. chyrm
himico, m. a chymist
himico, adj. chymical

plainly
Chjarre. to explain, resolve
Chiarzza, /. light, bright-

0/0 jW

Chilciso, adj.

Chiavio, and Chiavaiudlo, m.


a turnkey, a locksmith
Chiavare, io drive in, to nail,

force to catch, overtake


Chippola, and Chiappolerfa,
/ a tor,, trijle
Chiappolare, to lay out one's

Chiappolinc

A-ecY

to digest

Chilificuziune,/ digestion
Chillndro, m. a n-aiir-snake

fna,/ac/ij.e/

scia

Chio(
lina,
shell

chicciola,
!

Chioccio-

Chiodaiulo,

m. a nail-ma-

CIC
ciarlante, adj. talkative
Ciarlare, to prate
Ciarlataneria, f. quackery, loquacity
Ciarlatano, m. a quack
Ciarlatre,
m. a talkative

ayer fsso
;
chi<5do, lo he resolved
/. hair, head oj hair ;
trarre la chioma alla rdcca,
to spin
Chisa, /. glosi, comment, ex-

Chido, m. a nail
il

Chima,

tlli,

Chiosre, to comment
Chiosato, part, interpreted
Chiosatre, m. a commenta-

Ur
Chiostra,/, an abode
Chistro, m. a cloister, a mochistro virginale,
nasteri/
the neck of the 7V07nb, or ma-

i,

io n

Cialtrne,

m. a rogue, a

vil-

Ciambel-

and

ir.

Manceiella, and CiancCtta,


trifle,

"

'"

"'i

toy,

story,

sillines;

/ foppery, jett,

chit-

chat

Cianciamnto, m. a Joke, prattling

Cianciare, to play the fool, toy,

palisado

prate, chat, prattle

Cianciatre, m. a mag, a bab-

pales

Chidere,

to shut, contain, 1,
bar, hide, coiicea/;. chidere
il pu^no, to clinch the fist
il dolre ini chide il cure
gritf presses my heart ; chidere gli occhi, tu dose the
eyes in death
Chiudimnto, m. conclusion
inrtosure
Chiunque, pron. n-hoever
Chisa, /. an inclosure, or

Chiusamente,

adv.

bler

Cianciatrfce,

/.

prating

clothes,

old

Jellow
Ciascheduno, and Ciascuno,

m.

bad, or

coarse

Cianciso, adj. full of play.

sip

'

Cibam.nto, m. nourishment
Cibare, to feed; cibar di speran?.a, to feed with hopes;
cibarsi, to live, or feed upon to please one's self; ci:

barsi di
fruit

iirutt, to live

upon

[libazine,/, (e Cibamnto)
Cibo. m. food, victuals
Cibrio, m. the pix in which
the host is kept
Cibso, adj. fruitful, plenti-

ful
Cibro, m. a made dish
Cicada, and Cicala, f. a certain chirping insect

/. chattering
Cicalare, lo chatter
Cicalata.
and Cicalccio, m.
babbling, prating
Cicalatre, m. a great talker
Cicalattio, adJ chattering
Cicalatrice, and Cicalira,
a prattling gossip
idle talk
Cicalio,
Cicalor.accio,
m. a great

Cianciosamnte,<j(/i'. pratingly

Ciaramella, /. a

non

Cibale, adj. nutritive, nourish

Cicalamnto, m. nrfCicalerfa,

Cidnta, (a) ad. slip-shod


Ciantellino, m. a sip in drinking
here a ciantelllni, to

so quel che
ci faremo, I know not n'I
me shall do; ci, oursclt:
;

i.

Ciarpre, to cobble, to babble


Ciarpira,/. a bad woman, a
drab, a slut
Ciarpire, and CiarikSne, i. a
bad man, a rogue, a shabby

Cicallccia,./-. idh- taller

Ciancicare, {see Cianciare)


Cianciro, adj. prating
CiancioUno, /. impertinence
Ciancine, m. idle talk,

Cianfrusaglia, f. trash, rifTrafT


Cinghelh'no,
adj.
naughty,

secretly

privately

Chiso, m. inclcsnre
Chiso, ad), dose, locked in
Chiusura,/, inclosure, a lock

he tnld US

Ciarpame,

food

Chiscire, to rake, weed up


Chitre, tu quit, forsake
Chitarra,
a guitar
Chiucchiurlia, /. a btizzini
/.

Cirpa,/. bandoleer
Ciarpe./, pi. rags, tatters

Cibccio,
t,

palmistry
Chiromanzia,/', palmistry
Chra
urgery
Chirurgo, m. i

Chiudnza,

CiarlatrJce,/. a gossip
Ciarleria./ talkativeness, chat
Ciarliero, m. a chatterer
Ciarlne, m. a tattler, a ro-

Chiovto, part, nailed


ChioTatra, / a nail-hurt in
a horse's hoof
Chivo, m. a nail
Chirgra,/. goni in the hand
Chiragiico, adj. gouty fingers
Chiragrafo, m. a bond iindet.

Chiromante, m. one skilled

love one another tike

Ciacciamellre, to chat idly


Ciacco, m. a hog, a swine, a
spunger, freebooter
Ciaccna,
a chaconne, (a
Spanish dance)
Ciiido, m. a n-afer
Cialdonio, ni. a mafer-scller
Cialdne, m. a wafer rolled

rtiglie,

we

brothers

Ciabatta,/ an old shoe


Ciabatte,/ pi. old rags
Ciabattaio, and Ciabattano, m.

bagpipe,

:alne.

talkat

e persoi

CIN
nVa

Cgnalccio, m. a large

Cinabro, m. cinnabar
Cinciallgra, /. the titmouse (a
Cinciglio, m. a bUt
[hird)
Cinciglidne, m. a large belt

gner
Cicisbea,/, a coquet
Cicisbeare, to dangle

la spada, to

gird on the

Cincischiare, to cut, hack; to

Cigno, m. a srvan
Cigndne, m. a large girth
Cignolamnto, m. the creeking
of a door, Src.

Cincischiato, part, hacked


Cincischio, ni. a cut tnade with

hesitate,

uhout

Cicisbeato, m. and Cicisl)eatdra, /. dangling with the

Cigolare, to creek
Cicisbo,

a dangler on

the

Ciclo, m. cycle

Ciclometria,/. cyclometry
Cicgna, f. a stork ; the beak

Cicognino, m. a young stork


Cicdrea,/. rvild endive
Cicuta,/, hemlocic, henbane
Ciecamente,
adv.
blindly.

Cigolfo, >i. a creeking noise


Cilestrino, adj. sky-colour
Cilfiitro, atlj. blue
CilSstro azzuro, adj. sky-blue
;iIiccio, and Cilicio, m. luiir-

Ciligia,/ a cherry
Cilimdnia, /. ceremony

concealed

ate,

dark, givo-

lantrna cica, a dark


lantern ; bastonate da cico,

life;

chi beiito chi ha un dcchio, IH a land of blind men,


happy he who has one eye ;
un cico, a blind man ; cico
d'un occhio, one-eyed
Cielo, m. the heaven, paradise, air, sky, country, climate,
il

the top, the ceiling;


cielo del letto, the tester
il cielo d'un fdi
s the i,
of an
cielo, the hir sof

of a bed;

cielo,

dt

(in

Cilindrico, adj. cylindrical


Cilindro, ni. a cylinder

ma,
top, summit
excellence, eminence
cima di

ribaldo,

cima.

cima

an arch

Cimare, io shear cloth, to cut


offthe head
Cimasa,/ {see Cimazio)
Cimato, part, shorn
Cimatre, m. a cloth shearer
Cimatura,/, shearing

Cimba, f. a'bark
Cirabalo, m. a tabor, cymbal
Cimbrli, adv. sser in cim-

Cinerizio, adj. ash-coloured

Cingere,
Cinghia,

(see

/.

Cignere)
a girth for

Cinghiala./, a vein in a horse,


near the girthing place
Cinghiale, m. a wild boar
Cinghiare, to encompass, sur-

Cinghiato, part, girded, envi-

Cinghiatura, /. the girthing


part of a horse
Cinghie,
VciiiV, a circle
Cingolo, >i. a girdle, sash

Cinguettamnto, m. chit-chat,
stammering, lisping
Cinguettare, to stammer, to

Cinicamente, adv.
with asperity

cynically,

Cinico, adj. cynical


Cinico, m. a cynic philosopher
Cinigia,f. hot cinder
Ciniglia,/, chenil

Cinismo,

brli, to be in consternation

CimbGtto, m. a fall, a tumble


Cimbottolre, to fall
Cimbttolo, m. (see Cimbotto)
Cimentare, and Cimentarsi,
to attempt, venture ; cimentare la prdpria riputazine,

stammer

m.

the

sect

of the

cynics

Cinnamo, and Cinnammo,


cinnamon
Cino, m a wild plum

Cinoglossa,/ hmtud's-tongue
Cinquanta, and Cinquantina,

f-.my
u do not look well
ra, and Cifra, /. a cypher
rista,

m. a writer

cimentarsi, to engage
Cimentato, part, attempted
Cimnto, /i. experiment:
say mtter a cimnto,
expose, endanger
;

in cy-

esto

ri

u surprise me: aguzzarle


ciglia

dfastly

have something in view


m. a ridge (of land

the crest

of an

aJj. five

to,

Cinquefoglie./, cinauefuil, fan


herb;
Cinquemila, adv. fire thousand

hel-

Cinquina, /. five datemi una


inquina d'ova, give me five
eggs
:

Chnfno,
to

Cimicine,

iredlk

d^^r

iul

the eye, the eye-brow.


eye-lid, sight, look: voi
late inarcar le ciglia,

lo,

Cinquantsimo, adj.fiflieth
Cinque, )H. and adj. jive
Cinquecentesimo, u<ij. tlie Jive

cummin

Cimltrio, attd Cimitro, m.

Cigline,

Cimurro,
Cigliuto, adj. that has

duna, f. a girth

thick

wild Oi
Cinabrse;

m.

the glanders
cim-urro, la sow one's

sash

Isi

cinta di spada,

belt

adj. girded;

cnte

di

far)

ti

Cipiglire, to look askew


Cipiglio, m. sourness, sullenness ; guardare non cipiglio,

lari thai bind a

ed
Cintola, /. the n'aist

tenrsi

le mani a cintola, to stand


idle strtto in cintola, covetous, niggardly ; largo di cintola, liberal, free

to frown

7)1. log, stump


CioccoMta,/ and Cioccolato,

physical herb : tagliar la cipolla ad uno, io cut off one's

Cfppo, m. a vtilestone, a ioml-

Cioccolatira, /. a choeolate-

Cipresstto, m. cypress-rnood
Ciprsso, m. the cypress-tree

Cio, adv. that is io say


Ciomperla,/. rudeness
Cimpo, m. carder, a clown, a

Cioncare,

to drink, carouse;
io cut, io fell, maim, man-

gle

Cioncato, part, cut down, in-

Ciprigna,/. Vtnus
Circa, prep. about; sono cir-

ago;

affair
Circaintellezione, /. a perfect

to

circumlimit,

to

Circonscrizine, /. bound,

li

mit
Circonspetto, adj. circumspect,

Circonspezine,

/.

cautious

Circo

ae,

Circonvicfno, adj. neighbour


Circoscritto, part, {see Circon

to circulate, to dis-

Circolare, adj. round; motto


circolare, a circular motion
Cir;;olarmnte, adv. circlewise,

Ciondolne, adv. danglingly


sser per ria ciondolne, "hang dangling in the air
Cinta,/. a bastinado
Cippa,/. an under-petticoat

Citola,/, a cup, a basin


Ciotolue, m. a large cup, a

pebble
Ciottolare, in sione in death
Ciottolata. /. a blow n-ith a
stime i dar delle ciottolate,
to throw stone
Ciottolato,
part,
stoned to
death
Ciottolone, m. a I 'rgefiint

Circostante, m. a bystander

za,/
round, circu-

Circostanziare,

tiate

Circolazione,/ circulation
Circoltto, m. a small circle
Circolo, m. circle, circuit
Circoncidere, to circumcise

Circoncidiranto,
cising
Circoncfnto,

part,

n.

circum-

surround-

Circuimnto, m a going about


Circuire, to encompass ; to ram
ble about circuire cogli oc
chi, to take a view
;

Circuito, part, sttrrounded


Circufto, m. circumference ;
circuito di parle, a compat

of words
sur

Circoncisine,

Circuizine, /.

Circoncfso, adj. circumcised

Circulre, {see Circolare)

Cirtondamnto, m. and Cii-

Circunclngere, to surround
Ciregto, m. a cherry or
chard
Cirigia,/. the cherry
Cirigio, m. a cherry-tree
Cirimnia, Cerimnia, /. cere

dottare,

to nViip
(zoppo) lame; Ciotto
Cittolo, m. a flint, a

Circosptto, adj. {see Circonsptto)


Circospezione, {see Circonspe

roundly
Circolato, adj.

that

floats, shakes, Jfc.

and

part,

Circonscrlrere,

cut,

Ciondolamnto, and Cindolo,


m. dangling
Ciondolare, io hang dangling
Ciondolino^ vi. anear-rtng

Ciotto

totic

comprehension

any thing

tion
Circonscritto,

ing, concerning ;
dirvi circa questo parti
lare, I know not what
say to you concerning this

I.

spread

adj.

Circonlocuzine,/, circumlocu-

Ciruonstante, adj. present, a-

maimed: lame rimase ci- Circolare,


6neo d'un brccio, he lost an

Cindolo,

Circonfiiso,

head
Cipollata, /. silliness, impertinence; non fa che delle
cipollate, he always acts like
a fool
Cipolletta,/ a scallion, chives
Cipollina,/, a shallot
Ciporro, m. blunder

Ciocco,

drunken,

circumflex.

passionate.

adj.

egli pi
:
doppio d'una cipolla, he is
a treacherous jllow ; ciplla squilla, sca squill, a

Ci, \tronome, that, this, rvhich,


Tvhat ; ci mi piace, that
jileases
me ; fate ci che
Ti piace, do tvhat you please ;
con tutto ci, nevertheless
Ciocca, /. a bunch ; ci<;cca di
firi, a nosegay ; cicca di
caplli, a lock of hair
Ciocch, pron. wliai

ailj.

of

turning round
Circonflsso, adj.

Ciplla, /. onion

Cintoilno, m. a small girale


Cntole,/, pi. garters
Cintura, Cintolo, and Cintu

Cinco,

Circonflessine, /. the act

upon

Cipigliso,

circuit,

rounding

condazine, /. the act oj


compa.^sing
Circondante, and Circondato,
adj surrounded
Circondare, to environ, encompass
Circonferenza,

/.

cirtumfe-

CLA
Cisoie,

ni.

a boundary, a land-

retta,/,

an

i'tta, to

lurk

ooc

orvl; far la ci-

Civettare, to play the


ijle, coquet
stteria,
coquetry
Civettino, >n. a vain

Ciscrnno,

tn.

thelf for

Cfcpa,/. blear-eijedness
Cspita, Cispitide, and Cis-

pitte, /.

disease of the

tice ; to quote, allege


Citarista, w. a minstrel
Citarizzare, to play upon the

Citilo, part, summoned, quoted


Citatre, m. one ivho quotes
Citatria, f. summons

mning Clausura,/, a

fellow
Ciuffagno, adj. ready to seize

Clemnt(

Ciuftare, to gripe, catch


Ciuffetto, aiid Ciuffo, m. a lock
of hair, a tounee
Ciuffble, /. pi. trifles, non-

m. alcind of shrub
Citrdggine,/. balm, mint
Citrinzza, and Citiinita, the
Citiso,

kindly
Civilt, and Civilit, /. civility, gentleness
Ciurma,/, the crew in a galley ; a crowd, a multitude
Ciurmadre, ajid Ciurmatre,

Cittadlla, /. a

little torvn,

Cittadina,/, a citizen's wife


Cittadinamente, adv. civilly
viver cittadinamente, to live
;

privately

Cittadinanza,/, a community
or corporation, privileges,
freedom, civility., humanity
Cittadinre, to people a city or
Cittadinllo, in.

a poor

Cittadinescamente,

adv.

citici-

villy

Cittadinsco,

adj.

citizen-

cloist<

adj.

gradi

Clementemente, adv.favoura'
bly, mercifully

Clementine, /.
slitutioHS
of

pi.

the

Clement

conthe

Clemnza, and Clemniia, /.


demand/, mercy
Clro, m. a clergyman
Clessidra,/, o vessel for measuring time by running of
Cliente, m. a client
Clientla, /. patronage, protection

a sharper, an Clima, TO. climate


impostor, a quack
Climatrico, m. climacterical
Ciurmaglia,/, mob, rabble
Clipeo, m. a shield (in poCiurmare, to cozen, to deceive
etry)
a

tvitch,

Ciurmarsi,

to get

drunk

Ciurmato, adj. accustomed

to

Jaundice
Citrino, adj. citron-colour
Citriulo, m. a cucumber
Citnillo, m. a blockhead
Citt, Cittade, and Gittate, /.

ciful

.ff'h

Civile, adj. civil, affable


Civilmente, adv. courteously,

ni.

Citerire, adi. nearer, nigher

tery

Civico, adj. of a city, civic


Civile, m- a register

Cltara,/. cithern, guitar


Citare, io cite, summon,

Claiisola,
and Clausula,
clause, condition

nag, Claustrale, adj. monastic


Claustro, m. cloister, monas-

Ciurmeria,/. tricks, deceit


Ciuschero, adj. tipsy, drunk
Ciacche,/, clogs
Clamare, to speak loud
Clamazine,/. the act if speaking loud
Clmide,/, the upper vest of a

Clistere, m. clyster
Clivo, m. the ascent, or descent

of a hill
Clizia,/ turnsol, afower
Cloaca./ a sewer, a sink
Co-, pron. (con li) with
Coabitare, to live together

Coaccadmico, m.

a fellow-

academician
Coacervare, to heap up
Coadiutre, n. an assistant
Clamre, n. clamour, outcry
Coadiutoria,/ coadjutorship
Clandestinamente, adv. pri- Coadiuvare, to help, assist
vately
Coadiuvato, part, assisted
Clandestino, adj. secret, pri- Coadunare, to assemble
vate
matrimonio clandes- Coadunazidne, / assemblage
tino, a clandestine marriage
Coagulare, to congeal
Clangre, m. clangour, noise of Coagulamnto, m. coagulation
Coagulativo, adj. coagulated
Claretto, m. claret
Coagulazine,/, coagulation
Clarificre, to clarify liquors
Cogulo, tn. eurd, rennet
Clarino, 7n. clarion, a sort of Coartare, to limit
trumpet
Coartazine,/ a straitening
Clarit,/. light, brighttiess
Coatavo, adj. coercive
Classe,
a class, rank, or- Coazine, /. coaction, conder : egli un briccne di
prima classe, he is an arch Cobalto, m. cobalt
rogue; classe, a fleet of Cocca, / the notch of an arships
a cock-boat ,
row, shaft
Classico, adj. classical
the tip of a spindle ; caeca
Clava,/, a club
del capo, the crown of tht
Claudere, to comprise,
Coccare, to put the bowstring

Roman soldier

life;

dino,

one

faithful

to

his

coiiniry

Civia,/, peas, beans,

SfC.

Ci^^nz^,fbenejit. profit
Civan-Zare, to_ provide, furnish ; civanzrsi, to procure,

Clavic6mbalo,a7i<i Clavicrdio,
m. a harpsichord
Clavlcola./, theclancula, (thi
clutnnil-tonc)

(also) to ridicule,

mock, scoff

corcarla ad uno, to trick


Coccheito,/. autUk

COD

COL

Cocchiiita, /. a serenade in a

Codazzo, tn. retinue


Codtta, a little tail

Coiio,

Cocchire, m. a coachman

Codiare, to watch, to spy


Codiatre, tn. an inquisitive
man, a spy
Codibgnolo, i. the waterwagtail
Codice, m. the civil law
Codicfllo, m. a codicil
Codimizo, adj. without a tail
Codine, and Codrine, m. a

Coiaine,

CocchigM^, /.shell of, fi4ii


Ccchio, m. a coach, or coachbox
[hole
Cocchiume, m. a bung, a bungCoccia, /. a pimple
coccia
d'ovo, the shell of an egg
;

Cocciniglia,/, cochineal
Coccio, m. broken earthenrvare.

Cocc

Coccodrfllo,

1-

albero del

crocodile
lgrime di coccodrfllo, treacherous tears

Coccola,/, a berry
CoccoUna,/ a Utile berry
Corcoldne, adv
(coccolni)
star coccolni, to sit squat

TorooTggia,/. an owl
Coccoveggidre, to move

leather, hides

Col, adv local, yonder, (here:


vedi col queir umo, see
there that man col un poco
dopo, a short lime ajer ;
;

Colaggi, and ColaggisOjOdy.

Codiito, adj. that has a tail


Coeguale, adj. coequal
Coerde, adj. coheir
[ing
Coerente, adj coherent, agreeCoernza, /. coherence
Coesine,/ cohesion

Colamnto, m. a purging

Coetneo, adj. cotemporary

Coetemo,

Colare, to strain, melt, liquefy ;


gli occhi gli colano. Ai eyes
drop colar a fondo, to sink
Colagine,/. running through
Colascine, m. a sort of guitar
Colassi!, adv. there,
above,
:

adj. coefernal

Cofaccia,/. cake, bun


Cofanaio, m. a trunk, or has
Cofanetto, m. a small trunk

Cocnte, adv. violent, burning ; CSfano, m. s aakei, chest


doMre cocnte, smarting pain COfTa,/ the round top in a ship
Cocentissimo, adj. most ar- Cogifabndo, adj. petisive, sad
Cogitativo,

Colauvo, adj strained, fluid


Colato, pari, strained
Colatio, m. a strainer, cullender, melting-pot
Colatura, /. remainder after
being strained
Colazine,/ breakfast
Colcare, and Colcrsi, to lie

thoughtful.

adj.

Cdcere', {see Cucere)

Cochiglia,/

m.

Codirsso, m. a species of wood-

ket-maker
like

and Coiro. m. a tai^

coejcle-jish

inflammation

Cocito,
a river in hell, Cocyte
Cocitura./, and Cocimnlo, m.

Cgliere, to gather; cglier il


frutto delle sue fatiche, to
reap the fruit of one's labour ;
cogliere il suo tempo, to take
time : cgliere in iscambio,
to take one thing for another :
,

dressing, scalding
Cocleria,/, scurvy-grass
Cocolla,/, a cowl
Ccoma, /. a tea-kettle,

take

to

all'

irapro-

Coli, pron. rei.


she : questa
coli 1 h'in odio hai tanto,
this is she that you hale so

Colendissimo,

your

Clere, to honour, revere


Coeane.f. breakfast
Colibr, m. the humming-bird
Colica,
the cholic
Colico, adj. cholic
Colla, prep, with ; colla vostra

(or

boiler)

Cocomerio, m. a nater-meCocomerello, m. a small water-

bastne, he hit me on the


head with a stick; il vostro
pittre v' ha colto

molto bene

VOI"
painter has made your pi
ture a great likeness
Coglitre, m. a gatherer

Cocmero, m. a water-melon
Cocuzze, and Cocuzzolo, m. Cognata,/, sister-in-law
pale, noddle, top
Cognato, m, brother-in-law
Coda, /. tail, train ; coda di Cognazine./, kindred
f.avilo, a horse's tail
coda Cgnito, part, known
di pavne, a peacock's train
Cognizine,/, knowledge
guardar colla coda dell' occhio, to leer upon ; lisciar la Cognominare, to surname
coda, lo fialter nella coda Cognominato, part, surnamed
'
know, fin taw)
sta il velno, the venom is in "
:

'

the tail

U,

take

'.eof

sorlla, with

your

sister

Clla,/, glue
Collana, /. a necklace ; collana di perle, a pearl neckCollre, to glue, to pasts together ; to let down a rope ;
to torture, rack, give the

strappado
Collare,

and Collarino, m. a

collar, a band
Collai-ettio,
ni.

sellar-

Collaterale, adj. collateral


Collaterale, tn a paymaster :
a .judge, delegate, commis-

sary
Cognoscenza,/. knowledge, acCoUatre, tn. a patron (that
quaintance
f. cowardly
has a living in his gift
Codardo, adv. cowardly, timid Cognosci'ble, ad], that can be
known
[nrted
un codardo, a poltroon, a
CognosciutJssimo, adj. most

Codardamente, adu. cowardly


C.Ddardfa,

COL
lonnllo d'un

lilir

y a child upon
ir allungare il
, io make one
Clle
a hill
Collga, m. a colleagtie
Collegamnto, m. union,

Collocamnto, n. disposing
of things in order
Collocare, to place, settle ; collocdr una fJiflia to marry a

Colleganza,/. co/eJfr<r.v

make an

Collegre, to

daughter
Collocato,

alliance,

to connect, to Join

>

Color
bad colour
Coloramnto, I. dying

in

placed,

part,

m.

Collegato,

allied,

ally,

Collocazidne, /. placing,
dis"
posing

unit-

ConocuHdne,^/

confede-

communica-

CoUoqufntida,

/.

Coloratamente, adv. feignedly,


\

certain

falsely
Colorato, adj. coloured
prohable, false,

likely
"''

sent

of

the

Collegiare,

college, in

com-

consult,

con-

to

Jlr

'

ended

Collegaiidne,
alliance
/.
league
Collegialmente, adv. with con-

the

to colour, dye, paint,


stain, to adorn, beautify , to
cloak, to disguise

Collegature, m. a plenipoten-

d?m"o/

Colorra,

set-

tled
I

Collegato, part,

occhi,'

eyes
\

Colloquio, m. a dialogue

lordto,

<
\

'

Collorso. adj.

choleric,

bili-

Colorazine,
embdlishnu
Colre, m.

<

Collegiata,

/.

collegiate

church
CoUegidto, adj. collegiate
Collgio, m. a college:

'

adv.

collu-

done by

collu-

.ivamnte,

far
j

Ivo, adj.

tively

Colle
Collettrzio,

coljectii;

and Colletto, adj.


Colltto di cuoio,
a Jerkin
Colletto, in. a hill
Collettre, m. a collector
Collettorta./. office of collector.
collected.

Colotanfa,/. hard r<


Colomba,/, a dove.
Colombaccio, ni. a

se,

they

un

colsso, a giant
:olpa,
sin, offence: c
lessare le sue colpe, lo <

dar la colpa, to
aver la ce
:
di che che sia, to be in

fess

with a fault

Collez

B,

/.

collectioi

Colombo, m. a pigeon
colmbo selvtico, a mood-

lOipa,

CoUibto, m. a collection
ColliciSrsi, to lie

Colligiano,

down

m. a mountaineer,

highlunder
Collimare, to aim at
CoUinn, f a hill
Colline,/, pi. a row of hills
Collinetta, /. a Utile hilt
Colliquare, to liquefy
Collirio, m. an i-ye salve
'.,f. collisio7i, striking
<e again.
mother
.
the neck, shoulder.

pigeon
Cdlon, m.
eut

celen,

great

the

Coloni
/
support
.

;rcole,

:-sfaul
adj. guilty,

cul-

Colpabilmnte, adv. guiltily,


>lony

le

Colpbile,
pable

'

nillar.

le

'.

pi-on,

colnne

Herciiles's

colnne d'un

culpably
Colpre, to blame, tasin. to fall

d'

pillars;

letto, the bed

posts

Colonnata, /. and Colonnato,


Colonnello, m. a colonel; co-

olptpgia

Coljietto.

Colpvole
Colpevoli!
nally
Colpire,

, to strike

COM

COL

Combiilatre,

ha
(riuscire)
to
tucceed;
colpito in quel che desiderava, he succeeded in hit
Colpo, m. a b!orr, a stroke
colpo di fortuna, a lucky
colpo,
;'a/i(5ne)

un

attempt:

avete

ac'

fatt

you hai
colpo,
done a fine thing ; nn co
bel

istlbile.

a guilt, counterpane,
a pull, rod, perch
Collrlce.J'. a feather-bed : wife ;
Cltre,

woman employed

who

con

combitK

/.

Iccola,/.

hit

deed,

he

to.

Combinazine,
c

ble

Combustine,

in hus-

Combsto,

feather-

Come, adv.

confiagra-

/.

burnt,

adj.

con-

p da mastro, a masterly
stroke

rnder

il

colpo,

tu

requite ; di colpo, a un colpo, at once ; colpo di tglio, a cutting Iilctv ; colpo

mortile, o mortai rvound


colpo di mare, a billorv,
surge, or a mighty sea ; colpo di digriSiia. a nisfortune colpo di disperazione,
;

Clta,/, gathering, levying of


a tax; far colta, to strike,
n-ntind
Coltella, /.

Coltriclna, /. a

tittle

bed
Coltro, m. a plough
Coltrdne, wi. a counterpane
Coltura,/, culture, tillage
Colubrina,/, a culverin
Colubriutta, /. a small cul-

Coltelliiccio,

TO.

an adder, a snake

is

he that spoke to you t


TO. colure

Coma,/, a head of hair


Couiandamnto,
and
mando, n. command,
hanger,

if h.

and per

thoi

il

how so ben io il come, I


know what way come non
;

t sia, io ci verr, proride'd


he is not there I shall come .
come yedrUo, when I see

him,

coulter (plough-

m.

air ar

had

ditemi
Colubro,

Collii, pron. he, or that : clii


collii che vi parlava ? who

Coluro,

as, like, how , because, when, Src:


come!
lion volete venire? how >

<S'c.

come prima, as

Coorder.

Comecch, and Comech, con;.

Comandante, and Comandatre, m. a commander, commandant


Comandare, to command
Comandata,/, the king's com-

Comentare, to expound
Comentirio, and Commento,
m. a commentary
Cementato, part, commented
Comentatre, m. a cimimen-

chopper

although, b'ecause

Coltellata, /. a blow, a cttt :


far a coltellate, to fight with

Coltellira,/, a sheath, a case

of knives
Coltellinio, m. a cutler
Coltellino, TO a small knife,

tator

command-

a Comandito, part,

Coltello, 1. a knife; coltllo da cccia, a mood-knife,

Gomandlgia, /.

recommend-

Comare,/ a godmother, a

harger
Coltelldne,

m. a great knife

Cementazine,/, a comment
Comta., f. a comet
ComirCto, to. (see

umico,

ation

TO.

Commiato)

author of a co-

gos-

midwifi
Colti-.-amnto, m. husbandry, Comasco, m. a kindofplutn
tillage
worship
Cornato, adj. hairy
Coltivare,
till,
to
manure, Combaciare, tofit
improve: coltivar le arti e Combaciarsi, to kiss one anole scinze, to promote arts
ther
and fscicnces ; coltivar la Combattnte, m.
combiUmemria, to exercise the mesip,

Cmico, adj. comic


Comignolo',

to.

the top, OT ridge

ofah
Cominciamnto, m.

begin-

Coltivto,
tivato)

part.

{l\i6go

col-

a cultivated spot of

Coltivatre, . a ploughman,
a husbandman, an encou-

rager

Conibiittere, to fight, attack,


besiege, to agitate, disquiet,

oppose
preprie

comb.^ltere le sue
passini,

to

tesisi

Combattimnto, m. fight, confiict

Collivatra, /. tillage. Col- Combattitre, to. a combalti vazidne,/. husbaiidry, culture


orabattiito, part, combated,
Coltivo, adj. cultivated, ploughfought
ombiatre, to dismiss
Colto, m. ploughed land, tvor-

Combinamnto,
Culto,' ad), gathered,
cil

mi

to.

cotnbina-

'ginmng

'omincito, part, commenced

Cornino, m. cummin seed


Comit^lnle, adj. attending
Comitato, TO. company
Comitiva,/, attendants
Cdmito, TO. a certain officer in

Commacolre,

Commdndita,

to

/.

stain,

ble-

sleeping

Commdia,/, a play, a cmnedy,

eollect-

cheated: surprised; se
vien colto, if I have

Commediio,

to.

a comedy

(contemptuously)

COM

COM
Commedi^re,

m.

Commediante,

viake

to

COM

Commestfbile, adj. eatable


rommestine,/. a mixture

Coramovitre, m.

Commettente,

part,

Commo'vitiira,
Commovizine, and Commozine,

Commettente,

m.

enjoit

or get then acted

,lies,

Commemorabile,

ailj.

Commettere,

corri

Commemor
morated

ajrairs to

cine,

you

alla fortuna,

sin

Coinm5nda,_f. a command
Coinmenddbile, ailj. commendable

commttere

hazard,

to

commtter

to

Commuovere,

dis-

vex,

ione,

to

stiy,

auger, profright ; commu-

disturb,

voke

to

versi,

agitated,

be

to

discrdie, to

Commntamnto,
Commettimiile, m. a firebrand
of sedition

C ommend amnto.
Coramendftre,

disquiet,

command,

to

charge intrust; Vi commetto i miei aflFri, / leave my

Commemor

a disturb'

commotion,

m.

he

Commutante,

i.

change.

changing.

adj.

that

Commutare,

change, exto
change, barter, truck, chaf-

to

commend

Commettitura,/, joining
'"ommidto.i
prnder c

Commendatrio, a
mendatdre, m.
holds a benefice

'

leave

Commendatfzia,/. a

letter

dai
bid

,s;

of

recirmmenJation

Commendatizie,

piacri, to
aij.

Commilitne,

Commendiito, part,

adieu to

com-

m.

fellorv-sol-

pena, coinmutation of punish-

praised,

approved

minatria,

CommendatiSre, m. and Commendatric, /. one that approves

Commendazine,/, eommend-

m.

commi-

ment

Comodamente,

tory

Comminazine,

adv.

conve-

threaten-

/.

ing
!ommischiamnto, m. a mixture

Commendvole,

ruorthy

adj.

io he praised

Commensale, m.

f. a guest at

afeast

Commischidre,
jumble
Commischito,

mix,

to

part,

to

min-

gled

Commensurare,
Commentfire,

measure

to

(see

Tomentdre,

adj. piteous,

Commessaria,/ a commissionCommissionrio, m. a commit-

er-s office

and Commis;

commessane

/.

debauch-

ery

opportunity

thief;

la

makes a

comodit

d'

order

Commisto, part, mixed, jum


bled

Commessazidhe,

comma-

Comodit,

and

conveniconveniency,
/.
oppoitumty ;
e'ase,
ence,
la comodit fa 1' umo ladro,

Commissine, /. a commission,

a commissary

Comodevolmite,arft'.
dioiuly, comfortably

Comodzza,

di citt, a judge by commis-

niently, ha,idsomety, n-ell


part, (accommodto) flit ed, furn isUed, dress-

ommiserabilmnte, adv. laComodato,


I loan (a law
mentably
Commiserdre, to take pity
term)
miserazine,/. pity, com- Comodatore m. a lender
Coir.miservole,
etched

Commessfco,

Comodatamnte, adv. conveComodato,

../

ho;

(b-

[adjust

Commisurare,
Cmmodo, m.

to measure, to
(see Comedo,

Cmodo, m. advantage, gain,


landat
Commesso, part, appointed,
assigned
Commesso, m. a deputy

Commesse, m. and Commessrtva./. a

suture

seam, a chink; a

lavro di commsso.

Mosaic trork
Commestfbile, m.food

profit,

benefit,

vostro

ceraodo,

interest; H
your
at

Cvmoo, adj commodious, pro"'ible, good. rich, rveaitfiy

Commotivo,
'

adj.

apt

to

bt

Try

novimnto, m.

disturb-

Com

tociahle,

adj.

of good com-

complaisant,

tendant, or dumb figure, in


plays, operas, dfc.

Comparso,

pany
Compagnfa,

company,

f.

cor-

poration, lociett/, club, cunconfraternity ;


gregation,
compagnfa di soklati, a
company qf soldiers; (di
cavalleria) a troop of horse ;
andar in compagnia, to go

Compendioso,

part, appeared

participre,

pensagidne, j:

Compartcipe, adj. sharer


Compartimnto,
m. partition,
division,
compartpartake,

to

Compensato!

di-

commu-

vide, share, impart,

'

Compagnne, m. (u(5mo

pio-

a good companion,
merry fellonf, a Jovial

ilc)

'

Compensaziu
partn

Compartito, part, shared, divided, imported unto


Compascuo, m. a common
Compassare, to measure with
to ponder, cou-

i.

food, meat,

Compenso, m.

chase, bargain,

Com passito,
by the

part,

measured

compass,

pondered,

/.

amends.

expedient, re-

Cmpera, Comperazine, f.
and Comperamnlo, m. pur-

sider

Companatico,

recompense.

Compensare,
mends

pigna
fel!w

comptn

Compensamnto, m. and Com-

partake

to

adj.

Comjiensabile, adj. thai can be


compensated

Com-

and

Compartecipare,

Compartire,

Com-

and

m.

Compagno,

COM

COM

COM
Compa^ivole,

Comperare,

buying
buy,

to

pur-

Comperito, part, bought, purcomparthat may be com-

Comjiirble,
able, tike,

adj.

Compassionamnto, vu

com-

Comperatdre, part, purchaser


Competnte, adj. convenient,
fit, suitable : ora competente,
a seasonable hour
Competentemente, adv. ho da
vivere competentemente, /
lune enough to live compe-

Comparagidne, /. the act of


"
appearing before a court

Compassine,/ pity
Compassionvole, and Com-

Judicature

Comparare,

to

compare,

gether, confer
to

compare

set

comparai

passivo, adj.

moving,

piti-

one's selftvith;

tently

Compassionevolmente,

Competenza,

adv.

pitifully

/. debate, quar-

competency,

rel,

conceni-

Compasso, m. a pair of com-

ency

Competere,

Comparativamente, adi: com- Corapatimnto,

m.

to

be

competent,

compas-

paratively

Comparativo, m. comparative.

Comparato,

compared.

part,

Compatlbile, adj. compatille,


agreeing
Compatibilit,
compatibi-

I mill have no competition


i

<

liiy

Comparazine,/, comparison, Compatimnto, m. compassion,


patience, indulgence
parallel
sen/a comparazine, nnthout, beyond com- Compatire,
to
commiserate,
to pardon
parison a comparazine, in
mi compatisca
:

Compiacenza, /. complaisance,
condescension

Compiacre,
ply:

Compire, m. a godfather, a
Comparigine

appear-

Comparire, to appear in public,


go out, to appear before the
iudge, to make a show, citt a

excuse

me

that

Compatito, patt.

si

to humour, comcompiaccia, be pleased.

I did not
pitied,

Compiacvole, adj. agreeable.


charming
exCompiacimnto, . pleasure,
delight

Compiaciuto, part, delighted,

Compidgnere, and Compinfigure


gere, to ben-ait. lament
Compariscnza, f.
beauty,
Compazientemente, adv. pa- Compinto, part, rtgretled.
figure, appearance
tiently
Comparita,/, appearing
Comparizine, /. (see Com- Compendiare, to abridge, to Compianto, m. lamentation,
parigidne)
Comp.-irsa,
/.

outside-shom
sa,

to

short)

condolence

appearance,
far

make a
(also)

appear in

comparor

figure,

a summons
court;

an

to

at-

Compiere, to finish, aecotnplish, perform


Compieta, / evening prayers
in su la compieta, SomarJi

'

COM
Compiglire,
Conipilre,

to
to

embrace, excompile,

to

collect

Compilato,
,,osed

Comi.ire,

part.

collected.

CON
munemnte),

Conchiglia,/, shclt, sea-shell

generally

Conchidere,

commonly, Concavit,/. hollorvness


Cncavo, m. concavity
Comunanza, /. corporation, Concednte, part, granting
company, society, community Concedere, to grant, permit,
conacknnrvledge
cedere la sua liglia, to
marry a daughter
Concedibile, adj. allowable
Concedininto, m. concession,
bestoTV,

Comune,
Comune,

. the

ad}

commons
common, uni-

versai, usual, trivial, vulgar

commonwealth
Comunglla, /.

Comunemente,

common

a
adv.

Conceditre, m. granter
granted,
part.
given
Concnto, m. harmony

common- Conceduto,

ly, vtilgarly

ComuniciSbile,

adj.

sociable.

nu

Concentramnto,
imparting,

munication,

Comuni-

Corauniere, lo con

comunicarsi,

io

concentre

the

Concpere,

Concepire,

Comunicatore, m. ke who communicates


Coraunicazidne, /. communi-

to

conceive,

conceive,

to

to

to

adulterate wine ;
pel di delle
ruin,
(also)
to

uno
to

spml
Conciattti, nj. a tiler
Condito, part, mended, fitted,
<^c.

Catholic

Concilibolo,

an,d

may

be

Concilii-

bulo, m. a conventicle
comprehend ; conrcconcilcepire speranze, to enteHain Conciliamnto, m.

vole, adj. belonging

a consecrated wafer, Concernnza,

the host

Conciro, m. menrling
Conclglio, a council
Concilibile, adj. that

breed, to

Concepito, part, conceived


Concernnte, part, concern-

common

Roman

the

church

vini,

to

ing
Comunichino, m. the consecrated wafer administered Concernnte, and Concemin

conclusion,

Conciacalztte, m. and f. a
butcher, a stocking-mender
Conciare, to meiul, fit, dress,
trim, abuse, tame, castrate,
to
adjust, agree
conciar

feste,
to

infer, to fi
; to resolve

end. inference

conciar

concentrarsi, to abscond
Concentrato, adj. concentred
Concntrico,
adj.
concen-

to

convince

Conchiso, adj. concluded


Cncia,/, tan, bark ; a tan-vat,
or pit

tration

Concepibile,
Comunicato, pari, imparted
adj.
conceivComunicativa, f. facility in
Concepimnto, m. conception.
making others comprehend
Comunicativo, adj. communi-

of making

to

tric

reifeal,

irrpart,

Concentrazione, /. concenConcentrare,

intercourse

Comunicante, and

and

nish

Conchiusine, /.

f.

Conciliare, to reconcile : conciliarsi,


to be
reconciled :
conciliare il sonno, to obtain
sleep

Conciliato, adj. reconciled


relation,

affinity

Comunine,

f.

Comunit,

/.

to concern
Concertare, to contrive

sacrament of Concernere,

community, Concertato, part, concerted


i\

nit, io teli publicly, oi in

Concertatre, m. a contriver
concert, harConcrto, .
mony : far una cosa di concrto, to act by consent
Concessionrio, m. a grantee

cil
I.

Concimar^

to

sy: lod

dung land

Concimato,
dunged,
part.
marled
Concime, m. muck, marl.

Concinnit,/, ornament
Cncio, adj. dressed, mended,
Comiino, adj. cntnmoti
(Ian erm)
used ; mal cncio, abused ,
Comnque, adv. however ; Concessine, /. permission,
assettato, fine, trim, comcomnque si sia, however it
dispensation
pact : in concio, readinest
be
Concsso, adj. granted
Con, prep, with; con che, so Conctto, m. conceit, fancy, Conciofossecosach, Conciosiach,
and Conciosiacothat
ha perdute
esteem, repute
sach, conj. (perch), beCnca, f. a large vessel ; sliell,
il concetto apprsso di me
eing that
sea-shtll
with me he has lost his credit
Concatenare, io join
Concatenato, part,
dotto, he is esteemed learned
linked
un disco'rso concatenato, a
also
witty repartee ;
jest,
L'j^ical discourse
un libro pieno di belli cor
ConcatenaSidne. /. and Concelti, a book full of fu
;

ihouirhis

Concettso, adj- full ofjestt


conception,
Concezine,
f.
comprehension

Concistoriale,

adj.

cons

torial

Concistorio,

ni.

consistory

CON

CON

Concitamnto, m. incUemeni,

Conconrimnto, m.

Condecnte,

Concrso,

Condecen'temente,

and

Condec-

vole, adj. decent, becoming


adv.
de-

cently

Concotto,

adj. digested, con-

Condegnamente,

adv.

wor-

thily, deservedly

m.

disturber.

Concozine,/. digestion
Concrere, to create, to beget

Concreato,
citizen
ConcI<i''e,

m. a conclave
Conclvio, m. a closet
Conclavista, m. a conclavUt
Concludente, adj. concluding
Concludentemente, adv. filly,
properly
Concldeve,

io finish,

part.

Concrdere,

to

Conclusivo,

and its derivatives J


Condensamnto, m.

thick-

con-

Condensre,

Condnso,

Concubina,/, a concuhine
Concubinrio, and Concubino,

adj.

thick,

CondescendSnte,

adj.

con-

com-

deter-

conse-

conclusive.

adj.

crdersi, lo agree
Concrto, n. concrete
ConcreZidne,/. concretion

m. concubinage

:ubindto,
Conclu'sine, '/.
end,
quence, inference

created.

believe

Condegnil,/. desert, merit


adj. worthy
Condenniire, Cce Condannare,

Condgno,

Condescendnza,/.

atid

Concubinsco, adj, belonging


descendiranto, m.
to a concubine
Concbito, m. coming ioge- Condescndere,
to

Conclso, part, concluded

Cond.iscensidne,

Conconde
conde-

conde

f,

tiitiiite.

panying;

culcare,

grazia^

tread

to

Condescensivo,

Conculcatre,

adj.

easy

Condimnto, m. sauce, piekle


Condire,
'.o

to salt, to

preserve, to

desi

pi^cnzia,/. concupiscence

Concordare, to agree,
cile, to conform

to recon-

and Concu-

Concupiscvole,
piscibile,

adj. concupiicilde,

desirable
Concordatamente, Concordamnte, and Concordevol- Concupiscivo, adj.
mnte, adv.
unanimous-

concupis-

Concupiscibilita, /. unlarvful

ly

Concordato, m. a concordat.
issare, to

Concordato, adj. agreed upon


Concorde, adj. unanimous,
peaceable ; di concordo parre, cfthe same opinion
Concordemente, and Concordevolmnte, ad. agreeably,

shake

Concussioniirio,

Condizionare,

lously

ColidUionio^'

Concordvole,

mitable.

agreeable

Concordia, f.
many, peace

Condannbile,

adj.

Condannamnto,
Concorporato,

adj.

m.

Concorrente,

running
Concorrnza, /.
Concrrere,

concurrence.

agree
optnw'i. concrrere alle
*pe.e, to yay one's share

to

m.

Condoglinza, /. condolence
Condolrsi,

incorpo-

competitor.

Concorrnte, adj. concurring,

concur,

to

Condescso, adj. condescended

pressor

Concudcere, to
Concupire, to o
Concupiscenza,

Condannatdre,

m.

con-

io contphiin

Condoluto, pari, cond.led


Condonbile, adj. pardoned
Condonare, /.. forgive
Condonato, part, pardoned
Condonatre,
m. he tv.
pardons
Condonazine, f. forgireneis
Condtta, /. conduct, cu,

cox
Confermilto, ^

t. monfirmed
Confennatre, m. a rvarrant-

er.

voucher

Condtto, part, conducted


Condtto, m. conduit, pipe
Conducnte, adj. conducting
Condcere, (set Condurre)
Conducvole, adj. conducting^

Confermazine,

Conducfbile,

Confessatre, m. a confessor
bat
Confessionale, and
Confes- Confluente, m. conflux
sionario,
m.
conjissional Confndere, to confound, to
destroy, to waste ; confondersi, to be confused
Confondimnto, >n. confusion
Confonditre, 711. rvho cotf
Confessre, and Confessro,
.fuses
Conformare,
m. a conlissnr
to
conform
Confettare, to preserre : far
conformarsi, <u conform one's
Slima, to cherish confettare
self

J",

on fire
conflagra-

confirma-

tion

r.

Confessamnto, m. confession
Confessare, to confess ; con- Conflato,' part, joined
feisirsi,
to
confess to a

m.

Conflitto,
adj.

Jit,

pro-

P^
conduct,
vioiir,

Conduplica

de-

repeti-

f.

Condurre, to conduct, lead,


guide
Conduttre, and Conducitre,

conflict,

toge-

com-

Conduttura,

/.

Conformatlvo,

journey,
'

Confettato, part, preserved


Confetttore, and Confettire,

conform-

adj.

and

Confrme,

adv.

according.

Conformato,

informa"

Conestabilerfa, f.
the high
constable's jurisdiction
Confabulare, to talk together
Confabulatrio, adj. of con-

confarsi,

to

answer,

Conformemente, adv. pursuant


suitable,

agreeable

Conformista,

Conformevole, adj.

Conficcdto, part, nailed, fastened, convinced


Conficcatura,/, a fastening
Conficere, to consecrate

Confidanza,/, trnst, confidence,


hope ; abbi confidanza, despair not

Confacvole, adj suitable


Confiire,
to
become,
to
be
suitable ; il vino non mi
confa, n ine is not good for
agree ; questo discorso
si conf ad un par suo,
rvay of talking does

'

Confacnte, adj. convenient


Confacnza,/. agreeableness

ta

Confrme,

'

Contabulazine, /. confabula-

me

Confetto, adj. preserved


Confetto, 7. Confettura, and
Confeiine, /.
preserves,

t/i.

a confoi-mist

'onformita, /.
conformity.
In conformit, adv. confortnably
Confortagine, /. and Con-

fortamento,
fort;

7n.

(see

Con.

3nc)

Confid.-ire, to trust, confide;


confidiirsi, to depend 'upon
I

idto,

non

part,

trusted, con-

fided
Confidente, m. confident
Confidentemente, adv. confi-

Ihit

you

Confortativo,
Confortatrio,
and Confortvole, adj. comfortable
Confortatre, m. and Confor-

denily
I

Confidenza,/, confidence, boldI

'

gingerbread-

Configere, (see Conficcare)


Configimcnto, m. a nailing
Configurato, part, fashioned
Configurazine, f. configura-

Confortin^io,

Confinante, adj. bordering

Confrte, and Confratllo, m.

7rt.

Confortino, m. gingerbread
Confrto, m. (see Conforta-

!,

'"

'

to border, to limit;

'

Conferire, to confer, impart

Confrma, and Confermagine,/. confirmation

to
,

Confraternit,/, fraternity

banish

part, confined

Confine, and Confino, m.

li-

Confermare, and Confirmare,


/..

confirm,

establUh, rati-

Confiscabile, adj. confiscable


Confiscare, to seize upon
Confiscalo, part, conjiscaled

72

CON

CON

ContrJnto, m. confivn

ferring. A

Congiu

Confusidne,/.

Confuso,

Congiunzione,/,

confounded

Confutabile, adj. confutable

Confutamnto, m. confutation
Confutare, to confute
Confutatre, m. a refuter
Confutazine,/, confutation
Congedare, to give leave
Congdo, m. leave, permis-

Congiuramnto, m.

plot,

a compin

conjure,

to

spire, plot

Congiurato, part, conspired


Congiuratre, m. conspirator
Conglobazine, /. congloba-

Conglomerato,
Conglutinare,

part,
to

heaped

le. f.

knit,

and Conongluti-

/.

aasemblage,

Congegnare, io connect, joi


Congegnato, part, connectt
Congelamnto, m.freezinCongeirsi,

lo

congeal, freze

-'

Congelato
frozen

cougea

^e,f. congelai.

-j.-^^-^, hoard
o
Congettura, and Conghiettiira
/ guess
Congetturale, adj. conjectural
Congetturalmrite,
adv.
by

Congetturare, to conjecture
Conghietturle, adj. conjee
Conghietturto, part, guessed
Conghietturatdre, m. a conjee-

Congiugdle, adj. conjugal


Congiugare, {see Coniugare)
^^S^"Sa2i'5ne, /.

Congignere,

and

conjuga-

Congin-

gere, to join close ; congignersi, to approach

Congiugniranto, and Congiungimnto, m. conjunc-

Congi

tive

.,

.^^

Congiuntivo, and Conginto


adj. joined

Conginto, m. kindred

PART

Concchia,/, rock, distaffi


Conoscente,
adj.
knowing,
thankful, acquainted

Congratulatre, m.

Conoscnza, /. acquaintance
Conscere, to know; darsi a
conscere, to make one's

who

con-

CongratuIa2ine, /. congratu-

Congrega, and Congregazine,


/. a congregation
Congregamnto, n. an assetnbly
v^ongiegare, to assemble
Congregato, part, assembled
Congresso, port, congress, meet-

riconscere, to

;
;

ment,

adj.

cognizable

experience

loscitdre,

ously

m. a skilful man.

Conosciutamente,

congruence,

/.

known

Conoscimnto, m. and Conos-itra, / sense, wit, judg-

COn|rua,/. a sufficient income


ongruamnte, adv. congru-

Congruenza,

ieif

tcknonledge far conscere,


prove ; conscersi, to un-

.0

Conoscfbile,

Congrunte, aij. suitable

Conosciutfssimo,

conformity

known,

adv. Judiadj.

skilful

Congruo, adj. congruous, pro- Conosciuto,


part, ktwi
ed

Congnaglire, to equal
Conguglio, 7/1. a levelling
Coniare, to coin, to bind

Conquassamnto,

-- yf
and

Coniglio,

''

(see

'^onquassazidne, /. and Con


qusso, m. havoc, destruc
tion ; andar in conquasso, to

Congettura)
Congettu-

gotoiuin

(see

J...--.-*

'"""f".'."'
Coniglieria, /.

a rabbit
Cdnio, ?i. a stamp for coir
(monta) money
oniugale, adj conjugal
v^oniugare, to conjugate
Coniugato, part, conjug

splitting

lo pieces

Conquassare, to destre
Conquassato, part, destroyed

, part, coined
Coniatre, m. a coir
Conicalmnte, adv.

rare,

mood

Connbio, m. marriage
Connumerdre, to enumerate
^""^""erto, part, enume-

Conoscentemente, adj. knom

a,/>m

L,ongiuntamnte, adv. jointly


Congiuntivo, m. the connine

Connest.1bile, m. a constable
Connttere, to connect, join
,
non connettere, to speak non-

Congratulato, part, congratu-

Conietturre,

Congiugnitdre,

sympathize

v^onnivnza, /. connivance

glue,

v-uiigraculrsi, to congratulate

gegnatrc

v. to

Connazionale, adj. national


Connessine,/, connexion
Connessila,/, affinity
Connsso, adj.
connected,'-'ioin"^
ed

con

e,

Congegnam

"oningazine,/. conjugaUon
Conigio. i. marriage
Conintivo, adj. conjunctive
Connaturale, adj. con-natu-

Connaturare,

ingd
posso dar quel

gedo, /

co:

nspirc

d,

Congiurare,
aJj.

^junction
Congiui<i<..one,
izine, j.
/.

f:n,i,rira,
I

CON
cmjunciure,

coiafrd

in comparison
Confusamente, adv. mfusedly
Confusgtto,
a liti
fu.
confai

mg

d.

Conquidere, to affiict
Conquiste,/, conquest
Conquistare, to conquer
Conquistato, part, subdued
Conquistatore, ,n. a conqueror.
Consacrare, and Consagrre,
Consacrato, and

Consagrto,

part, dedicated

Consacrazione, and ConsagTA


gidne, /. cgnsecrcitifTi

adj.

CON

CON

CON
Consanguineo,

related,

Consanguinit, /. relationship
Consapvole, adj. conscioiu ;
far consapvole, lo iinpart

>

notice
Consapevolzza, /.
knowledge
Consapevolmente, adv. rvith
;

'

reflection

try : far consrva, to make


provision ; consrva d'acqua,
a water-house ; andar di conserva, fsea term) to keep Consistere^ to consist
company together
Consistdiio, m. a consistory
Conservbile, adj. preserved
Consobrlno, m. a cousin-gerConservadiJre, and Conservatore, support
Consociazidne, /. association,

Conservamnto, m.

alliance

Hon

Consocile, m. a companion
Consolamnto, m. comfort
Consolante, adj. comfortable
Consolare, to comfort, \comole
Conscritto, part, (registrato)
enrolled, registered, written
Conservativo, adj fit to keep ;
si
consola facilmnte
di
(registrare)
Conscrlvere,
to
questa perdita, he is not much
m. a keeper, protector
troubled for this loss
write, to pen, to register
Conservato, part, preserved,
Consecrire, {see Consacrare)
kept, saved
Consolare, adj consular ; diConsecutivamente, adv. one Conservatolo, m. a reservoir
it
consolare,
consular
rnity
after atiother
Conservatrio, nt. a workConsecutivo, adj. one after
olarmnte, adv. consulhouse, a nunnery
Conservazine, and ConserConsecuzine,/, acquisition
vagidne,/. preservation
Consegnare, to deposit, con- Conservo, m. a fe.'low-sertmfort-

Conscinza,/. {see Coscinza)


Cnscio, adj knowing of, con-

sign, intrust, to deliver


Consegnato, part, consigned,
delivered, described
Consegnazidne, /. deposition,
delivery
Conseguente, part, consequent.

'

Conseguentemnte,

adv.

by

auiy
Consolatfvo, adj. comfortable
Consesso, m. assembly
Considerbile, adj. considera- Consolato, m. consulship
adj.
ble
Consolato,
comforted ;
Considerabilmnte, adv. conquesta pioggia vien consosiderably
lata, thU rain is cmnfortable
Considerante, adj. considering
Consolatore, m. comforter
Considerare, to think, to medi- Consolatrio, part, comforting
Consolazine,/, comfort
Console, and Consolo, m. a
Consideratamente, arfi.
i

Uely

Conseguenza.

/.

consequence,

inference, conclusion, sequel

Considerato, part, considered


Consideratdre, m. who consi-

{impoTtnz3i)momenl, weight:
(termine in logica) consequence

Conseguimnto, m. adoption,

1
1

getting

Conseguire, to obtain, -gel,


gain, succeed in the pursuit
(succdere) to
of a thin_g
succeed, follow, come next
Conseguitare, to follow; (also)

tion

Consiglinte, adj. advising


Consigliare, io advise ; consigliarsi,
to consult
lasciatevi consigliar

Conseguitatdre,

Considerazine, /. and Consideramnto, t. considera-

take my advice
Consigliatamente,

with

da me,
ad-

adv.

visedly
adj. fit to advise
Consigliato, part, advised
Consigliatdre, m. adviser
Consiglire, m. counsellor, an
under-pilot
Consiglio, m. resolution ; prn-

m. who o6- Consigliatlvo,

tains

Consnso, and Consentimnto,


m. consent, approbation
Consentneo, adj. agreeable.

Consentimnto, m. consent
Consentire, to consent
Consentito, part, consented
Consentitdre, m.
mho con-

der consiglio, to resolve stai


a consiglio, to talk secretly ;
consiglio di stato, a council
board ; consiglio d gurra,
;

a eourt-martial
Consigndre, m.

Consolida, /. rvallwort, comfrey, btigle (herb)


Consolidamnto, 7n. soldering
Consolidare, to consolidate, to
confirm, corroborate : consolidare l' amicizia, to strengthen friendship
Consolidativo, adj. consolidating

to conform
Consonante, adj. harmonious

Consomiglire,

C onsonantcrante,

ioint-lord,

Consimiglire, to resemble
Conslmile, adj. resembling
Consistnte, adj. consistent
7*

con
;

together

coin

e.,

suitable to

adv.

formabty, pursuant
Consonanza, /. harmony vivere in consonanza con qualcheduno, to live in good understanding with somebody
Consonare, to agree, to sing
this

my in

consono, adj. agreeable


Consrte, rn. and f husband,
wife

ambo

band and wife


/

Consorteria,

consrti, hussociety,

[pany
com-

CON

CON
Conserto, m. a ecmpumon
Consrzio, m. fellowship, company, familiarily
Cnspfcere, to discern
Conspfcuo, (see Cospicuo)
Conspirre, lo plot, conspire
Conspirato, part, conspired,

Consumante,

adj. wasted, eon

sumed, accomplished

Consumare,

waste, destroy

to

Consumativo, and
n5a*"^'-

Consume-

lyning;

ta,

sapiperfect

nited
Conspiratcire,

Conspirazidne, /. conspiracy
Constre, io appear consta
tutti, every body knows
Consternazine, f, consterna:

Consumatore, m. waster, con-

Consumazidne,

consump-

/.

tion

Constipto,

Consumo, m. waste, decay


Consuntivo, adj. consuming

dose,

adj.

Constitufre, to constitute, apconstitufre alcuno


point :
in dignit, to prefer to ho-

Constitulto,

part,

constitut-

Constitutre,

m. he

rvho

Consunzione,

consumption

Contdre, <
Contilo, part, reckoned, told
Contatre, m. a computisi
Contatto, i. touch, contaet
Contazine,/, an account
Cnte, m. earl, count
Conta,/, county
Conteggiare, to compute
Contgna, /. a grave, proua
countenance
Contgno,, appearance: cainr in contgno, to walk
ih gravity
Contegnso, adj. sober, grave

Contemperanza,

/. proportion.

de' scoli, the

Contemperazione,

Contemplamnto,

Consustanzialmente, adv. conConstrignere,

and

Costringere, to constrain, force

Constrigniinnto, and Cosni.


tringimnto,
compulConstrufre, fo build, to c(
strue words
Constrtto, part, built
Constrtto, . profit, gai
Non so olle sar il construtto
di quest" affare, / do not
knot what will be the result

Consustanziazine, /. consub-

Contemplativo,

adj.

eontem-

Contadinlla,

/.

Coiitemplatre, m. a centem-

country-

Conteraplazine,/. contempla-

Contemporneo, adj. canlemporary


Contemprre, to temper, mo-

Contendevolmnte, adv.

u-

Consuto,

accus-

Contgio, m. and Contagine,

plague

/. infecti07,

Contagiso,

Contendente,
ing
Contendnza,

contend-

adj.
/.

conten-

Contndere,

to quarrel, debate,
fight, to strive
liti-

giously

contagious.

adj.

happen

Contendmnto, m. contention,
strife

Consuetudinrio,
ordinary

usual.

adj.

Consuetudine,/ custom, use


Consulta,/, consultation
Consultare, to consult,

take

Contamente, adv. properly,


handsomely
Contaraento, m. an account
Contaminbile, adj. what may
be contaminated

Contarainamnto,

m.

pollu

to

to

<

refrain:

contaminate,

self

m.

Contenimnto,

infect

adj. Jit

Contenditre, i. a qua-rreller
Contenente, adv. directly
Contennte, adj containing
Contennza, /. continence, capaciousness, gravity
Contenre, to contain, comprise,

iion, defiling

Contaminare,
Consultivo,

contemn-

contemplate.

io

cnuntry-ruo-

as

framing

Contemplare,

stantiation

Contadina, /.

Consuetamente, adv.

of that affair
Construzine, /. construction,

usual,

temper
contem-

substantially

Contadinllo, m. a countrylad
C outadinescamnte,a(i donnishly, rudely
Contadinsco, and Contadino,
adj. rustic, rude
Contadino, m. a countryman
Contado, m. fields, shire, country (also) the vicinity of a

adj.

rn.

adj.

plating

constitu-

/.

/.

plation

Contemplante,

stitutes

Constituzine,

modera-

Contaminatissimo, adj, quite

Contaminato,

adj. infected, de-

filed

Contaminatre, m. mho pollutes


Contaminazine, /. contami-

Contgnnere, to despise
Contentamnto, . content, delight

Contentare,
voglie,

to

to

content, please,

gratify the indi

D2

CON
be

Contingnza, /. contingency,

Content4to,a(//. tatisjied, pleas-

Contlngere, to happen
Contingibile, adj. casual
Contingibilit,/ casually
Continovre, {see Continuare,

nation

contentarsi,

to

Contentatura,/, content
Contentvole, adj. pleasing
Contentzza, /. content, plea-

Contrabbilanciare, to counter-

Contraccambire, to recompense, reward, to truck


Contracciinibio,
m. mutual
exchange
rendere il conContinuamnto, m. Continua,
traccmbio, to be even with a
and Continuazine,/, conliperson
Contnto, adj. contented, pleasContracchive,/. a false key
Contraccffra, and Contractcnto se non lo vedo, I shall Continunte. adj. assiduous
Continuare, to continue, to last
ci'fera,/ a key for deciphernever be easy if 1 do not
Continuatamente, adv. pering
petually
ContraccWglia, /. the keel of a
Contnto, m- contentment
Continuato, part, continued
Gonteniito, pait. contained
Continuatre, m. a continuaContenuto, m. the contents
to r
dir tutto il contenute
Continuazine, /. continuashall tell you the story
Contenzidne, /. debate, disContrada,/, country, province,
Continuit,/ continuity
street
ContenSiosamnte, adv. con- Continuo, m. a close body
Contraddanza, /.
countryContfnuo, adj. continual fbtentiously
bre contnua, a continual Conlraddtto, n. contradicContenziso,
adj.
quarrelDel, or Al continuo,
tion ;
snza conuaddtto,
fever.

,ntly
without dispute
Gonteria, /. glass of lariotu
Contraddicnte, adj. contra
colours to form necklaces,

Contentibile, aj. contemptible,

and its derivatives)


Continuamente, adv.

conti-

nually

crorvns, S(c.

Conterminale, end Contermino, adj contiguous


Conterminare, to border upon
Contsa, /. striving, struggling, quarrelling

Contso, part, hindered


Contssa,/, countess
Contssere, to join, tvarp
constable
Contestbile,
m.
gran contestbile, (in tin
order of St. Stephen) thi
grand prior

Contestare una lite, to bring


an action of law
Contestazine,/, contention
Contsto, adj. woven
Contzza,/, information, news;
non posso darvene maggfor
contezza, 1 cannot tell you

non
persna, io esteem
cnto di nessuno, he vali
di cnto.
nobody
aireat n
;

cnto, cheap ; per che conto,


for what reason f far i cnti,
io settle accounts; conti chit,
amici cari, even reckonings
make long friends voi mne renderete conto, you sita
be accountable to me for it ,
non mi toma conto, I do
notjnd my account in i
Contrcere, io twist, w
writhe contrcersi, io
wry faces
;

Contorcimnto, m. contai
Ttomre, v. io delineate, deign, to sketch
Contornarsi, io have recourse
Contornato, part, turned about

Contfguo, adj. contiguous


Continnte,
adj.
continent.

picture
Contorsine, /. a convulsion,

Contrno,

precinct, circuit ;
contrni, the contours of a
i.

fii

Continentemente, adv. chaste-

contin enee, ^firmness


Contingente,"ad;. accidental
Contingentemente, adv. cott$ally

contradicts

Contraddire,

to contradict, oppose ; contraddirsi, to falter


ContraddirXtto, m. fine, j>enalty
Contraddistnguere, to distinguish, to signalize one's self
Contradditre, m. antagonist
Contraddttoriamnte^adu.co.v-

iradictorily

Contraddittorio, adj.

contra-

dictory propositions

Contraddivito, m. prohibited

Conticlno,
a small bill
Contfgia. /. ornament
Contigiato, adj. adorned
Contiguit, /: neighbourhood,

Continnza, /. circumference,

Contraddicimnto,a<J Contra
dicimnto, m. contradiction
Contraddicitre, ni. he who

Contrto, adj. twisted, crooked


Contra, prep, (cntro) against
Contrabbandire, in. smuggler

Contrabbando,
goods fai
to s^nuggle
;

il

i.

prohibited

contrabbando,

Contraddizine, /. and ContraJdicimnto, m. contradiction

Contradire,

and

{see

Contrariare

all its derivatives)


{see Contraddire,

Contradi're,

and

all its derivatives)

Contrere, {see Contrarre)


Contraffacimnto, m. counter
feiting
Contraftcitre,
fatre,
tator

m.

and Contraf-

counterfeiter, imi-

CON

CON
Contraffattra, and Contraffazine,/, counterfeiting
Contraffrte, m. a buttress, a

Contrrio, adj. contrary. V


contrrio, adv. on the cc
trary. Al contrrio, au
quite contrary
Contrrio, m. the contrary
Contrarre, and Contrere, 10
contract, covenant, to unite.
contrarre debiti, to
Join
run into debt
contrarre

prop

ContraWga,

counterfiigue.

/.

Contraggnio, m. antipathy
Contraimento, m. contraction

Contrafre, to oppose, 7 esist


Contralettera, /. a counter-

Contrnunre, to run against


Contravvallazidne, /. countervallation

ContravTedre,

to look at

with an evil eye


Contravvelno,
m,

one

counter-

poison, antidote

Contravvenire,

infringe a

to

mand
Contrarispndere, to rejoin
Contrarispsta, f. a rejoinder,
or duplication
Contrascambiamnto, m. a

Contrallme, m. a false light


Contralto, m. a counter-treble
Contrariialia, /.
a counter-

charm
Contramdrca,

/.

counter- change
Contrascrpa, /.

counter-

m-ark

Contrainmandre,

Contrawersilh,/. con
Contrazine,/, contri
Contribuire, to contri
Contributre, m. wh

Contribuzine,

to counter-

/.

mand
Contrammand;(to, m. a coun-

Con trascrivere,

Contrammdrca,

Con trascritto,

gainst

a counter-

/.

[sign

(for,

Contrlrsi,

indon.')

te

Contristamnte, adv.

Contrassegnare,
Contrassegnato, pai. countersigned
Contrassegnatra,/. a countersignature

Contristamnto, m. and Con-

Contrammiraglio, m. a rearadmiral

Contristare,

Contrammomnto,m.

Contrasslgillre,

Contristatlvo, adj. afflicting


^MUtristto, adj.- aj/icted
:ontristatre,
i?i.
one who

Contraoperazidne, /.
trary effect

m.

to

counler-

a conm. o counter-

Contrassiglllo,

and second

the

lex

rvith con-

ajfiction,

grief

ia-

limb for limb


Contrappelo, m. against the
grain
Contrai)pesamnto, m. equi-

con-

affiicts

Contritamente, adv.
Contrastbile, adj contentions
Contrastamnto,' m. a dispute
Contrastante, adJ. resisting

Contrapolnza,/. resistance
Contrappiisso,

/.

to affiicl ;
tristarsi, to be afflicted

counter-

poise

Contrai\-irte,/./M<

tristaZine,

jviih con-

trition

Contritre, to mince
Contrito, adj. minced

(also^

lionis,

Contrappso, m-. a counierpoise, weight


Contrapponirnnto, m. oppo-

destiny
Contrastatre, m. opposer
Contrasto,
and Contrastanza,/, debate, quarrel
Contrata, /.
(in
cou,Ury,
poetry)

Contrappdrre,

Contrattamnto, m. and Con- Controvre,


trattagine,^'. dealing, trad- Controvato,

Contrappesre,

to

cotmter-

Confrattre, to contractH'ar-

Contratempo, m. mischance
Di contratmpo, adv. unseasonably

ContrappiSnto, hi.
counterpoint : far il contrappunto,
to

adv.

fare

contratmpo,

to

Controstmaco,

adv.

to invent,

part,

umvill-

feign
invented,

devised
Controversia, /. debc.te, dispute
Controverslsta, m. a contro

una cosa
do a thing

unseasonably
Contratto, m.

accompany (in music)

Contrariamente,

sorrow fur

oppose contrapporsi, to be against; to


intcfere
[tion
Contrapposizine, /. opposiContrappSsto, m. the oppoto

Contrizine,

Controverso,

adj.

coiUroi-er-

deed, instru- Controvertere, to dtba/e


ment, agreement
contrat- Controvertibile, adj. douilful.
to di donazine, o deed of

con-

trarily

Contrariare, to contradict
Contrariet, /. opposition, disagreement tribolazine, ad-

gift

shrinking

COP

CON
/. and Contu7vilfulne,s, stub-

Contumcia,
n.dce, m.

ContumeUa,/

affront, abuse
out-

Contumeliosamente, adv,

rageously
Contumeliso, aij. aeronave
Contundente, a. bruising, that

Convento,
convent,

auembly

monastery, house

m. an

Conventuale, adj. frate conConveniito. part, agreed~ rtvenzionle, adj. conveniivenzionarsi to agree

Conturbamnto, m. Conturbagine, and Conturbazine,

Conversa, a lay-sister
"
ersbile, adj. sociable
fersaraente, adv. on the

/. disturbance
to disturb, vex, to
tkrorv into a confusion
disturbed.
adj.

Conturbare,

Conturbato,

Contusine,

/.

contusion.

adj. conversant

Conversare,

,_

sociable.

Con versa tlvo,

Contso, ad), bruised


Contuttoch, ce>ij although
Contuttoci, conj. however, yet
ConTalescSnte, adj. recovi
ing; sser convalescnte,

aJTubh
Conversato, pari frequented
Conversatre, m. mho con-

ConvalescgnSa,/. recovery
to
confir,.,,
Convalidare,

tbiy

adj
adj.
Con versi' vole,

strengthen ; convalidarsi, to
get strength.
corroboConvalidato, fart,
rated
ContWe, f. a valley
ConvenSnte, m. deed, agreement ; osservare il convennte, to keep a promise

Convenenza,

/.

reasonable; fare i convenvoli, to make compii-

it

io

stand

versamnto,

upon

cere-

and

m.

pari.

ConvGlto, adj. dirty, tumbled


Convlvolo, tn. convolvulus, a
plant
Convulsionclla, a slight convulsion
Convulsine,/- convulsion
and Convulso,
Convulsivo,
adj. convulsive

Con- Cooperamnto, m. co-operation


Cooperante, adj. marking togtCooperante, m- co-operator
Cooperare, to co-operate
m. a feUotvCooperatre,

si

^u,,^^.

..,

appr
to

discourse,

Converso,
changed. Per convrso, adv.
on the contrary
Converso. i. a lay-brother
Convertibile, adj. transform

agreement.

conveniadj.
Convenvole,
ent; convenvoT cosa , it

Toli,

onversazine, /.

to lire together
Conviviale, adj. belonging to a
feast
Convocare, to call together
convoked,
part,
Convocato,
assembled
Convocatore, m. rvho convokes
and Convo''on vocazine,
camnto, wi. convocation
Convogliare, <o convoy, attend
Convoglio, m. a conro/
Convolare, to marrjj again
ConvOlgere, io tvalloiv, tumble,

Convivere,

marker
Cooperazine,/, co-operalwn
Coordinato, adj. set in good

Coordinazine,/, order
Coorte,/, cohort of soldiers
Coperchiella,

/.

eunning

shift, trick

Coperchio, m. a cover a lid


coperil soperchio rompe il
chio, too much of any thing
Convertitre, m. a converter
is good for nothing
cover ; coprta da
a
Coprta,/
Convesso, adj- convex
coprta di
ltto, a coverlet
Oonvidre. to convoy, guard
lana, a blanket coprta d
lonviato, part, convoyed, atuna casa, the roof of a house :
tended
the
vascllo,
coprta di
Convicino, adj. neighbouring
deck: sotto coprU, under
^Convincente, adj. convincing,
:

o oe converted
part, converted
,

Convenevolzza,/. conveniency
Convenevolissimamente, adv.
most comfortably

Convenevolmente, and Convenientemente, adv. commodi^-usly, conveniently

Conveniente,

ni.

decency.

Convenienza,/, decency
Convenimnto, agreement.

clear

[dently

convicted,
part.
Convfnto,
Convinzine, /. conviction
Convitare, to invite to keep ar

Convenire, to agree, to meet,


part, invited
assemble: to be necessary; Convitato,
Convitato, m. a guest
ci conviene partire, tve must
[doctor Convitatre, m. an inviier
part
banquet; and Con
Conventire, to make one a Convito,
living togeth
feast,
livio,
m..
Convenla/ine, /. coronation
Cot
poets)
(of
CoTivenUcoIa,
venticole,

and Con/.
m. private me2t

pretence

[closely

adv. secretly
Convincentemente, adv. evi- Copertamente,
Copertina,/, coverlet
Convincere, to convict, eonCoperto, adj covered; dark,

.aiX"'

obscure ; parlar coprto, am


discourse
biguous words,
mttersi al coprto, io shelter

Copertio, I. a cover, roof; a


double net
Copertura,/ (see Coprto)
Cdpin, /. plenty, copiousnfss ;
far cpia di se, prostitution ; copi (raplilre), a
extract
copy, tran.icr:pt,
qusto ci dar graii copia
.

di

ragianare,

this

n'U

tu great matter for

Cortacchiiio, m. a silly felloni


Corbccio, n. a tort of raven
Corbre, to puff with pride
Crba, /. curbs corba d'una

Coricare, and Coricarsi, to lie

Copiglia,/, a linchpin
Copiosamente, adv. copiously
Copiosissimo, arf;. most pientiCopiosit,/, abundance
[fui
Copista, m. a copyist, a tran-

Corhel'mre, to make a jest of


Corbellatdre, he that jests

Corimbo, m. ivy berries


Corintio, m. Corinthian order
Cdrio, m. the skin ; (out of

Copistccio, m. a scrawler
Cojipa,/. the nape of the head
Tiso, a cup : servir di cppa,
to be a cup-bearer
Coppardsa, /. copperas, or

Corbzzolo, m. arbuttts-tree
Corbicino, m. a young crorv
5rbo. m. a crutv; aspettar

afford

down, stoop down


Coricato, adj. lying
Corifo, m. the chief, princifol

Ofyist

vitriol

Cppe,/, plur. cups, a


certain cards used in

suit

Italii,S;-e.

di copplla,.^?ie silver ; mettere alla copplla, to put to a


trial

Coppellare, to try gold or silver


by the coppel
Coppetta./, a cupping-glass
Cppia,/ a couple, a pair
Coppire, m. a cup-bearer
Cppo, m. pitcher, a cup

Coppdni, /i. pi. chips


Coprente, adj. covering

ha coprimnto addsso, he
semble,
hat

io
si

cover, hide,

Corbdna,/. a purse
Corcare, to go to bed
of Corda, / a cord, line

Copplla,/, o coppe/: argnto

Coprire,

Corbellatura,/ scoffing
Corbelleria,/ idle stuffCorbllo, m. a basket'
Corbezzola,/, the arbutus

is

dis-

copra, put on your

Copritore, m. a cove-er,aiiler,
thatcher

corda

the rig

Cordeggire,
even

to be in a line,
[cord
Cordlla,/, tape, riband, small
Corderia,/, a rope-yard
Cordiale, adj. iiiicere, affectionate : nemico cordiale, a
declared enemy
Cordiale, m. a cordial
Cordialit, /. cordiality
Cordialmente, adv. heartily
Cordiclla, and Cordicina, /.
a small cord
Cordigliro, m. a cordelier, (a
Franciscan friar)
Cordiglio, m. a band, He,

Cordogiidre,

tin. to

grieve, be

Cordglio, m. grief, sorrorv ; si


Copritura,/, a covering
fatto gran cordoglio della
Cpula,/, coupling, conjunction
sua morte, his death has been
Copulare, to couple
greatly lamented
Copulativamente, adv. copulaCordogliosamnte, adv. grief
iively
Copulativo, adj. copulative
of heart, sorronfully
Cordoglidso, adj. sorronful
Coraggio, ni. courage, valour
Coraggiosamente, adv. vali Cordoncino, ni." a small string
[bold Corddne, m. a string
anlly
Coraggiso, ad}, stout, brave. Cordovanire, m. a tanner, a
shoemaker
Corallino, adj coral colour
Cordovano, >n. cordovan leaCorallo, m. 'eorul
thi-r
tirar il
cordovano,
Coralmente, adv. cordially
to use thifs, to play fast and
Corame, n. dressed leather
:

the liver

Cornamusa,/, a bagpipe

Comamusre,

lo play on the
bagpipe
Cornare, lo sound a horn
Cornea,/ a portion of the eye
Corneggiare,
to
toss
about
the horns ; la luna corneggia, the moon is in its in-

Corntta, /. a musical instrument a standard, a troop of


;

Corntto,

a small horn

Cornicione, m. a large frame


Comicoldto, part, horned
Cornila, /.
berry,
hedgefruit
Crnilo, i the corn il-f ree
I.

horn

far le
:
C1,ckold

adu

coma

a ad

Comucdpia,/. plenty
Cornuto, adj

horned, a cuckold
Cdro, m. chorus, choir; coro.

public,

openly
Coraravdbis, m. a lusty felloiv
Corata, f. the pluck
Coratello, /.

Cma,/, pi. of Como, horns


Corncchia, / a rook
Cornacchiamnto, m. prating.

del collo, the tendons

Cordame, ra. cordage,


gingofaship

afflicted

CorampGpolo, adv. in

Joke) io ti trarr il cdrio, l


ivilljlay thee alive
Corista, m. a chorister
Corizza,
a pose, a rheum
stopping the nose

of an

Cdre, m. heart (in poetry)


Corggia, and Coregina,
a
strap; tirdre una corggia.
eak wind
Coreggiaio, m. a ttrap-n
Coreggito, m. ajlail
Coreggidne, i a large strap
Coregrafia,/ chorography
Coriandolo, and Corindro, m.

Corografia,/, chorography
Corogrico, adj. chorographiCorollrio,

m
it,

kingdom.

cosa, to take the advantage <\f


anything
an',
thinsCoronalo,
oronio, .
m, a ch
chaplet maker
'.nrnnA]f>. a<^.
nrli of
nf n rrnm
Coronale,

COR
corrdersi

Correo,
Corona2ii5ne,/. coronation
Ccrpaccita,/. a belly full ; far
una corpacciata, to stuffone's

i.

Crrere,
psta,

an accomplice,
run;

io
lo

crrer la
crrer
ur;

ride post

cure, io

a dying

al fine, io be

lelf

il

flarv

Corrompvole, adj. corrupti-

Corpaccio, m. a bulky body

member; crrer voca, they Corrompimnto,

Corjiaccito, adj. corpulent


Corpetto, m. a rvaUtcoat
Corpicello, and Corpicino,

m.

a weak body
Corpo, m. body,

so-

far crrer voce,


io
say
spread nervs; crrer dietro

aduno,
shape;

bello

egli

io entreat one crrer


io fall on.
:

addsso altrui,

corpo, tvellil divolo


is in him ;
combttere corpo a corpo,
io fight ; andar del corpo, io
void ; nascere ad un corpo,
ciety

shaped;

ha

Correrla, /. incursion, excur-

in corpo, the devil

Correspettivarante,

adv.

spectively
Correspettivit,

relation,

/.

re-

affinity

son nati ad un corpo,

iliey

Corporale, adj. corporal


Coiporalit, and Corporeit,
/. corporaliiy

Corporalmente, adu. corporally


Corporatura, and Corpulnza,
/. bulk, size, plichi
Corpreo, adj. bodily
Corpulnto, adj. corpulent
Corpulnza, /. corpulency
Corpscolo, m. a corpuscle
Corpusdmini, m. a certain
festival,

called

m, corrup-

Corpus-

Christi-day
Corp\ito, adj. bulky, big-bel-

Correspttlvo, adj. equivalent,

corresponding
Correttamente, adv. correctly
Correttivo, adj. corrective
Corretto, part, amended
Correttre, m. and Conrettrice,

Corrompitre, m. a corrupter,
falsifier,forger

Corrosine,/, corrosion,

gnan-

Corrosfvo, pr.rt. corroding


Corrso, adj. corroded
Corrottamente, adv. corrupt
ly
Corroltibile, adj corruptible
Corrtto,
pari.
corrupted,
bribed; corrtta fede, broken faith; testimni cor
rtti, suborned, or bribed nit

Corrtto,

ni.

weeping, mourn-

ing
Corruccirsi, io be in a pas-

Correttorla,/. a correctorship
correction,
Correzine,
/.
punishment, reproof: correzine degli abusi, refbrmaiion of abuses
orridio, nt. a gallery
Corridre, m. covered nay,
scouts, a horse

Corruccito,

adj.

provoked,

ComiCL-io, m. anger, passion


Corrucciosamnte, and Corrucciatamnte, adv. angrily,
peevishly
Cornicciso, adj. passionate
Corrugare, io bend, contract
one's brorv, to rvrinkle

Corrimnto,
a race cor- Corrusco, adj. sparkling
rimnto di vnto, bloiving of Corruttla, and Corruzione,

Corpiizzo, m. a corpuscle
Corre, isee Cogliere)
Corredare, to equip, furnish.

the

wind

/.

Corrispondnte,

adj.

Corrispondnte,
respondent

m.

Corrispondentemente,
Correggente, pari, correcting
Corrggere, io correct, io me
Correggvole, adj. corrigibli

Correggmnto,

m.

corruption,

spot,

ble-

agree-

Comittibile,

Corredato, pari, equipped


Corrdo, in provision, feast
corrdo di nave, rigging.

adj.

corrupti-

ble

Corruttibilit,

adv.

aptly, fitly

Corrispondnza,/, correspondproporzine, proporence

/.

corruptibi-

lity

Corruttre, m. corrupter
: corsa di cavalli,

Corsa,/, race

corree-

Corrispndere, to agree
to match, to deal

Correggitre, m. reformer
Correggiulo, m. a crucible
Corregnre, io reign together
Correlativo, adj. mutually re-

niith,

Corrispsto, part, ansrver


Corritio, m, a corridor
Corritre, m. a scout
Corrivo, m. a silly fellorv

Corroborante,
Corroborato,
and Corroborativo, pati,

Correlazine,/, a mutuai relation, correlation

Corrnte,/, a stream
Corrnte, adv. fluently

corroborated, or corroborat-

ing
Corroborare,
strengthen,
io
confirm
Corroborazine, /. confirm1

"^'

~.

Corsale, and Corsare, m. corsair, pirate


m. (corazza) a
Corsaletto,

Corseggiare, io rob at sea


Corseggialo, adj. piratical
Corsia, / a current, stream
Corsire, m. a courser,

steed

adv. running
passar corsivamente una cosa, to take mo
notice of a thing
Corsivo, adj. running; Tersi
verses
corsiivi,
flowing

Corsivamente,
full speed

COR
stile cors ,vo.

Crso, m.

COS

t smooth tlyle

carditeli __

i,

italic types

cotti

far

Cosmogrfico,

pher

CosmoUbio, m. an instrument

in corsoT to pirate;
cdrso dpgli studj. io make a Cortina,/, a bed-curtain
Cortinrtggic
course of studies
Crso,
part, passed
run
Crt
l'anno crso, last year
Crto, adj. short
Cno, ad j native nf Corsica
crto di
vista, short-sighted. Di crto,
Corsio, adj. rumting cppio
adv. shortly tener crto, to
keep in legar crto, to deal
Cortldo, m. a cropt horse ; a
Crto, <ii>. shortly
Cortamente,
shortly, Corvtta, /. curvet
adv.
Corvettare, to prance
rlejly
Corvettatre, m. a horse that
te,/
'

like the astrolabe

Cosmologia,/, cosmology
Cosmolgico,
adj.
cosmolo

"

gical
li tdno,

irte,

Cso, m.

accompany
bark,

Cospergere, and Cosprgere,


to disperse, sprinkle
Cospetto, m. presence
Cospetto, interj. xookers!
Cospettne, hi. a vapouring

small

f.

crust

Cospicu

gunza, a serious matter

Corteggiare, to attend, court

cose

and

CortCcKio,

Corteggia-

da

trifes
Cosaci-hi,

m.

Coscndere,
Cortegiar.esco,

adj.

Cortegianfa,

/.
train,

m. a

of

Corto,

court-in-

or

re-

nulla,
pi.

Cortse , adj. courteous, affable


Corteseggiamnto, m. generosity, living
at a high
Corteseggiale, to spend high.
adv.

courie-

Cortcs'fa, /. courtesy ;
cia la cortesfa, be so

mi

fac-

kind

plotted

Cospiratre, m. conspirator
CospiraJine,/. plot, comlina-

Condescn-

dere)

Coscia, /. a thigh ; cscia di


pnte, the Jhot of a bridge :
cscia di castrato, a leg of
mutton ; cscia di manzo, a
leg ^beef
Cosciale, m. cuisses fan armour of the thigh
Coscienza, /. conscience; far
coscinza, to make conscience, or scruple of any
thing
Coscienzidto, adj.
conscien-

Coscienziosamente, adv. ton-

tier-like

Cortigianeria, /. (see Cortegianfa)


Cortigiansco, adj.
belong-

complimnti
fair

cor-

empty

ho detto cosi fatte cose, /


did not say so ditegli cosi
e cosi, tell
just
si lettamente, adv. i
this
'

/.

m. a

courtier,

Costantemnte,
adv.
duously
Costanza, / consfanty
;

caro

mi

assi-

csta,

tion

Costernazine,

courtier's

Cosmetico,
Cortigiano,

Costante, adj. constant, steadfast ; per costante, for cer-

Costass, adv. there, above


Costato, m. side, ribs
Costato, part, cost
Costeggiare, to coast along
Costi, pron.f. she, or this
Costellazine,
constella/.

egli
mi disse
;
cosi, Ae told me so ; cosi,
I rvish : cos, cos), so, so ;
cost fatto, such like ; non

manner

Cortigiania,

Coita, adv. there, thither; via


di cost, get you hence
adv. here, below.

Costaggi,

/ pay dear
costare, to be
plain ; csta a tutti, every
body knows

Coscintto, m. a bag
Coselllna,
Coserella,
and
Costta,/. trif.e
Cosi, adv. so. thus, after this

mnie,

tigiansclii,

COsso, m. a wart, hunch


Costa, /. a rib; spiaggia, a
coast ; andar csta csta, to

Costare, to cost

scieutiously

Cortzza,/, brevity
Coriicma., f. a sinall yard
Cortigiana,/, a common n'Oman, (also) a court lady
Cortigianamente, adv. cour-

clear.

Cospirare, io conspire
Cospirato,
part.
conspired,

Cossacks

(see

adj.

fest

baubles,

Cortesemente,

nny, silly fet-

low
Cosprso, Cosprto, and Cosperso.par*. strerfed,natered.

to

m. a cosmopolite,
inhabitant
the
of

world)

bride
Corteccia, /.
corteosiu i51a,

and Cosmopo-

Cosmopolita,

Cortedre,

cosma-

adj.

Cosmgrafo, m. a coanogra-

il

Cortigiano, adj. of, or belonging to a court


Cortile, m. court-yard
Cortilitto, and Cortiluffo, m.

/.

'.

adj.

(beautifying)

Cosmografia, f. cosmography

there,

in

that

GOV
Costire,
Costinci,

m. a coasting
adv. thence

Costumato,

pilot

customed

uscfte

CRE

used, acff^rt.
di buoni costumi,

nell-bred

Costipare,

to

Costipato,

actj.

strike, to contend

Costumazine,/. instruction
Cozzata, /. and Cozzo, m. s
Costume, ni. custom, usage, use
6/on' with a horn ; che giova
nelle fata dar di cozzo ?

constipale,

bound,

Cozzne,/, boiling, dressing


Cozz^e, to butt, as rams ; to

cos-

wltat

Cosfipazidne,/ costii'enets
Costitute, to constitute, ap-

Coti, and Cot^li, pron. m. pi.


Cotale, pron. such ; in cotl
modo, in such manner

point, to raise, prefer


appointed,
Costitufto,
part,
established
CostituitcSre, and Costitutre,
m. a constitutor

Costi

Cotale, m. a dunce
Cotanto, so much, so long, thus

much

deer e, law
charge, expense

i.

snza cdsto,
expense

rvithout

stato

Cotenna, and Ctica,,/,


skin of the head

any

Costola,/, a rib
Costolati\ra,/. all the ribs
Costolire, m. a wood-knife,

siete

try)

CCsto,

perch

cotanto a venire ? why were


you so long a coming f
Cte, /. a nhet-stone (in poe-

ttitutioi

the

Cotesti, pron. this, this man


Cotesto, adj. this, that
Cotesti, pron. this ; pi. Cotestro, these

Cotidino, adj daily


Cotgna, jr. a quince

Cotognto, ni. marmalade


Cotgno, m. guince-tree
Costrettfvo, adj. astringent
Costretto, part, constrained, Cotne, m. corto
Cotomfce, and Coturnice, /.
forced
Costrfgnere,
a quail, a partridge
and Constrlngere, to cotistrain, oblige : Ctta,/, a coat, a surplice
la necessit mi costrigne Cotttccio, adJ. half-baked
fare quel che non vorrei, Cotto, adj. cooked
necessity forces me to do Cottura, dressing meat
what I would not
Coturno, ni. a buskin
Costiignimnto,
and Cos- CTa,f. a tortoise-shell
tringimnto, ni. compuls
Covacelo, and Covacciolo, m.
'

Costrizine,

/.

Covante, atlj. hatching


Covare, to hatcti, brood ; covare il fuco, to sit close to

conttrici

Crapulne, m. a glutton
Crapulosit, gluttony
Crassezza., f filth, grease
Crasso,
adj.
greasy :
fat,
ignoranza crassa, o gross
ignorance
Cravatta, / a cravat, a stock
Creante, adj. creating

Creanza, /. civility; non sarebbe buona creanza se voi


faceste questo, il would not
be civil in you to do such a

Cotidianamnte, adv. daily


Costollna,/. a small rib
Costro, proa. m. pi. these,

striving

signifies

against fate t
Cozzne, m. a horse-dealer
Crnio, m. the skull
Crpula, /. drunkenness, debauchery
Crapulare, to eat and drink to

Creanzato,

adj.

polite,

tvell-

Crere, to create

creato, ill-bred

Creatre,

nt.

creator

in-

ggno creatre, an original


Creatura, /. creature
Creaturina, and CreaturSlIa,
/. a little creature
Creazine, f. creation
Crbro, adj. (in poetry) thick.

Credente, a<Ij. believing ; i


crednU, the faithful
beli^,
faith,
Credenza,
prder crednza, to
credit
far crednza, io
voglio sapere il costrutto,
hatching
lose credit
1 will know the bitttom
Coverchiare, to cover
trust: dare a crednza, to
credit: pigliare a
Costrutto, part, built, made
Coverchio, m. a coverlid
sell on
Costruttura,/. building, struc- Coverli'na, /. a housiitg, a
crednza, to buy on credit
Credenzira,/. a cupboard, a
horse-cloth
Costru2iune,/. a Imilding
Coverta, /. a cover, pretence
beanfet
Costui, pron. m. this man
Credenzire, m. a btitler, c
Covertamnte, ado. secretly
Costumanza, /. Coverture, to hide, conceal
Costuma,
fidant
and Costume, m. custom, Covertto, part, concealed
Credere, to believe, trust
Credvole, adj. credulous
Covertfna,/. a horse-cloth
Covfglio, m. a bee-hive
Credibile, adj. credible
Costum.-ire, to be customary
Cidibilmnte, adv. credibly
costumare alla crte, to Covile, m. a den, a cave
costumare Cvo, and Covolo, m. a den, Crdito, m. credit, trust, name,
fregne
ssere iu
hole, lurking-hole, the form
esteem, interest
rallo.
\
horse
crdito, _
of a hare
= . J
mtter in crdito, to put itk I
Covne,
a shea f of corn

Costruire,
st

to

build,

to

con-

me

Cosn-utto,

interests,

thefire

m.

Covata,/ eggs for a brood


Covatura, and Covazidne,

profit, gain,
contents, bottom ;

/.

Covrire, (in
I

prire,

and

r"'l'ry)
its

(see

Co-

derivatives)

C-editdi

Crdo, m. ike creed


Credulit,/, credulity

Crdulo,

lose

credulous,

adj.

Cricca, /. a

Credulo, part, believed,

sup

rout, a

Crma./, cream
Crmisi, m. crimson
Cremisino, adj. crimson

co-

game

at cards

company

Cricche, m. crick, creak


Cricchio, m. whim, caprice

Critichtto,

Crime, m. a crime
Crimenlse,n. a crime against
majesty
Criminale, and Criminso,

Critico, m. a critic
Critico, adj. critical
Crivellare, to sift, to bolt, to

Crolo, adj. Creolian


ninal.
adj.
cracked,
Crepacci'to,
gaping
criminale.
nalefacCrepccio, m. crevice, gap
Crepacure, m. grief, sorrorv
Criminalista, m. a lawyer in
Crepare, to burst, chap ; crepar
di sete, to be thirsty
Criminalmente, adv. crimiCrepato, part, burst
Crepatura, /. crevice, chink. Criminre, to prosecute, to
rupture
Crepitare, to crackle
Criminazidne,/. accusation
sin,
Crepolare, to burst
Crimine,
crime,
n.
Crepscolo, m. truilight
fault
Crescente, adj. growing
Criminso, adj. criminal
Crescenza,/, growth, increase Crinale, m. an ornament for
Crescere, to grom, increase,
the hair
Crine, m. hair
Crescvole, adj. disposed to Crinira,/, a horse's mane
Crinito,
and Criuto, adj.
m.
increase.
hairy
Crescimnto,

ignorant

find fault with


Crivellato, part- sifted
Crivllo, n. a sieve

Croccare,

snap,

to

crack

chatter

Crocchiare, to strike, tattle


Crocchio, m. prating, chat'
ting
Crocchidne, m. prattler, blab
Croccia,/, a crutch
Crocciare, to cluck
Crdce, /. a cross ; tormnto,
supplizio,
torment,
pu-

nishment
fliction

afflizine,

af-

a occhio e crdce, at

Crceo, adj. saffron-colour


Crocesignto,
marked
ad^
with a
Crocevia, /.
s-tvay.

Crescine, m. mater-cresses

m. increaser, apCrisolito, m. a chrysolite


Crisopazio, m. a ckrysopaze
Cresciuto, part, grorun
Cristallino, adj. bright, crysCrsima,/, consecrated oil
Cresimare, to confrm
Cresimatdre, m. he that con- Cristallo, m. crystal, transparent ; il mormorar de'

Crocetta,/, a small cross

Crescitdre,

Crspa,/
Crespamn
and Crespezza,/ rvriJtrtiiJtg
,

Crespare,

to crisp, or plait
Crespllo, m. a kind of fritdelle
ter ;
tar
cresplli
ciglia,
contract
one's
to

Crociamnto, m.

Crociato,

crossed,

croak

clyster

Cristianccio,
tian,

(also)

m. a bad chris- Crocifiggere, to crucify


a good plain Crocifiggimnto, m. an<f Cro-

cifissine,
crucifixion
Crocifisso, adj. crucified
Crocifisso, m. a crucifix
Crocifissre, m. the crucifier
Crocidne, m. a large cross
Crco, m. crocus, saffron
Crogiolarsi, to dress, or boil
cocker,
to
nicely ; (also)

pamper, or make much of


one's self

Crestaia,/, a milliner
CrestiSso, and Crestto, adj.
crested

Crta,/, chalk
Cretso, adj. chalky
Crire, (see Creare, and

its

af-

flicted

and

wrinkled

part,

liquidi cristalli, the mur- Crociato, m. torment, suffering


Crocicchio, m. a cross-way
muring (if the clear stream
Cristo, and Cristre, m. a Crocidare, and Crocitre, to

Cristianamente, adv.
chrisCrespso, adj.
tian-like
cappellatura Cristianella,/. a silly woman
Cristianllo, and Cristiandne,
crspa,
coloured
hair
viso
crspo,
a wrinkled
face
Crsta, /. crest, top, height
crsta di gallo, a ctckS
Crspo,

affliction

Crociare, to torment, offici


Crociata, /.
crusade, holy

Cristiano, m. a christian
Cristianissimo,
adj.
most
christian
Cristire, and Cristiro, m. a
clyster
Cristo, m. Christ
Critrio, m. geod sense
Critica, and Criticazine, /.

Crogiuolo,
Croio, adj.

-'-

CroUamr
jogging
Crollante, adj. shaking,,folting
Crollare, to shake, jolt, jog
Crollo, m.
a shake, toss,

jerk
1

Crma,/,

crotchet,

quaver

cuo

cue
Cromtico,

Crnaca,

cinto

adj.

Cronica, /.

aiid

Crudo,

chronicle

Cronicccia,/. a bad chronicle


Cronista, and Cronlchfsta, m.

an historian
Cronico,

adj.

chronic,

adj.

chronolo-

unr

Cucrbita,

/.

distilling

CucrZa,/. a gourd
Cucuzzolo, m. the top of the

frightful

tedi-

Cruna,/
OronolOgico,

raw,

adj.

Cruentare, to make bloody


Crunto, adj. bloody, horrible,
the eye of a needle

Cffia,/, a cap
Cuffire, to eat immoderately

Crusca./, bran, the Florentine Cugina,

a,id

Cugine, m.

academy
Cronolotrfsta,

Cruscante, m. one who aims

m. chronologist

CronOm(5tro, and CronOscopo,


m. a chronometer
Crosciare, to pour, to rain
hard, to fling, throw, strike.

language

Cruscita,/.
Cruschllo,
fi
Cruscne, m. eoa
crushing, Cruscso, adj. full cfbran
squashing crscio d'acqua, Cubttolo,
to catch
a shower, tempest
Crosta, /. crust, scurf, scab
Cbico, adj. cubic, or citcrsta Francse, the French
disease non intndere che Cbito,
ni.
the
elbow,
a
la crsta d'una cosa, to have
but a superficial knowledge Cubo, m. cube, a solid body
of a thing
Cuccagna, /. the tiame of an
Crostata,/, a kind of pastry
Crostatiira, /. pavement, in- Cucchiaia, /. a charger (for
great guns), a shovel
crostino,
toasted bread
Cucchiaiata,/, a spoonful
Crostso, and Crostuto, adj. Cucchiaira,/. a spoon-case
Cucchiio, m. a sjwon
Crostellino, m. a small crust
Cucchinone, m.
a
soupCruccvole, adj. passionate
Cruccevolrante,
Crucciate- Cucchire, /. a trowel, (also)
mnte, and Crucciosamente,
a charger for great guns
adv. passionately
Cccia,/, a couch
Cruccia,/, a mattock
Cucciare, to lie down
Crucciare, to anger, provoke ; CuccioUno, m. a young whelp
angry
Cucciolo, and Cuccio, m. c
Crucciato,
and Crucciso,
aner, nrovoked
(for uvo) m. c
egg
,
passion, anger,

m.

Croscio,

Cui, pron. wlwse, of which,


of whom ; di cui la bellza, whose beauty a cui ris-

psi, to tvhom I
voi, cui fortuna

answered
tanto

fa-

vorisce, you, whom fortune


da cui
favours so much
:

una favorevol risposta,


from whom I had a favourebbi

Cruciamnto, and Cruciato, Cucc,


Cruciare, to tor7nent
Cruciato, part, tormented
Crucifiggere,
(see
Crocifiggere)
Crudamente, adv.
bitterly,
cruelty, bluntly, rashly
Crudelaccio, adj. cruel
Cru.Ile, adj.

barbarous

Cucina,

buona

and Cclo,
/.

cruelly

Crudelissimo, ndj. most cruel

Crudelmente, idv cruelly


Crudelt, f. cruelty, inhttmnnity, barbarity
Crudetto, adj. almost ran

m.

kitchen

di

good for

breech,

and Culo, m.

bum

culatta,

the
the

bottom of a church lamp


culatta d'un cannne, the
breech of a gun
Culiso, m. an amphitheatre at
Rome, the Coliseum
Culla./ a cradle
Cullare, to rock the cradle
Cultivre, (see Coltivare, and
;

Culto, m. worship
Cumino, m. the herb cummin
Cumulare, to heap, hoard
Cumulatamnte, adv. abundantly
Cumulativamente, adi, accumulatively

Cumulativo, adj. accumulative


Cumulato,
heaped,
part.
hoarded
Cumulatre, m. mho accumulates
Cumulazine,/, and Cumulo,
m. accumulation
Cuna,/ a cradle
Cneo, m. a wedge
Cunlculo, m. a mine; far cu(conlculi, to undennine
niglio) a rabbit
Cuca,/, a female cook
(afCucere, to dress meal
;

inhuman, fierce, Cucino, m. a


un crudele, a

Crudelissimamente, adv. most

cucina,

cooking
Cucinare, to cook
Cucinato, part, dressed, cooked
Cucinira, /. and Cucinire,

Culatta,

cttshion, pillow

fliggere) to vex, fret

cuoce

Cucito, part, sewed, stitched


Cucitre, n. Ae that sews
Cucitrice, / a sempstress
Cucitura,
and Cucimnto,

bleeds;
digest

(also)

Cuculiatxa,/. raillery

scoff,

to

me ne
heart

concoct,

Cucersi, to get drunk


icire,

Cuocitra,,
Cuculiare, to laugh at,

my

cure,

il

ing, baking,

CUR
m. Itatker, sk!n, parch'
ioi(; tirar le cuia, to the
ire, m. heart, life, mind
[iio,

ada

far cure, to cheer

up

aver

heart

cure,

to

Uingly.

Curvare, to curb, bend


Curvato, part, curbed, bent
Curvatura,
Curvzza,
ana
Curvit, /. curve, crooked-

questo no

da,

da

fare, things

di

Home

A ma

Cupzza, /. depili
Cupidamente, adv.
fondly

(dilettante
rare) a virtuoso
;

Con gran cud

coHuti^eously.

man

Curro,
a roller
Cursre, m. a courser, a kind

preRiSr di cure, to

n
:

to
ilve

not fit to
D, (/roni dare) he gives, or
give thou
Da che voi volete cosi, since you will have
it so : da banda, aside ; da
bffe, IH jest ; da indi intm.i , heucefor rva rd ; daindi
additro, llience backward ;
i indi i
in poi

gladly,

Cupidfgia,/. covetoutness, lust,


greediness

CupJdfne, m. (in poetry) Cupid


Cupidissimo, adj moit desirCupidilh, f. fondness, covetout-

Curvilineo, adj. curvilinear


Curvi'pede, adj. curve-footed

Curule,/. a c'urule chair


Curvo, adj. arched, bent
Cscia, /.' a hotbed
Cuscintto, m. a small pillotv
Cuscino, m. a cushion, a pillom
Cuspidato,!!, cuspidated, sharp

Dabbenggine, /.

simplicity.

Dabbne, good, honest; da


umo dabbne, as an honest
Dabbrid, m. a psaltery
Dacb, conj. since
Daddovrd, adv. in earnest

Cupido, n. Cupid, love


pointed
Cpido, adj. desirous, eager
Cspide, m. cusp, point
Cupo, adj deep umo cupo, Custde, m. a keeper, a guara cunning man: nel cupo
del mare, in the depths of

Daga, a dagger
Din

Cupola,/, a cupola

D' allra innanzi, from that

[doe
:

Din

Dallato, orfu. aside, n.^


keepihf;

Cujiresso, m. {see Ciprsso)


Cura,/, care, diligence ; darsi

cura, to mind. Cura, parish


cura d' anime, cure of souls
cure amorse, amorous tor;

Curabile, adj. curable


Curagine,/ cine, curing

Curandio, m. bleacher
Curante, part, caring, minding
Curare, to value, esteem ; non
curo di voi, / esteem you not ;
medicare, to cure, attend,
protect, defend
Curasnetta, /. a

buttress

Custodire, to keep guard


in qua, hithertn;
dalla, of, from ; da lungi,
at a distance, far off; da
volta in su, more than
A' allra

Custodito, part, kept, secured

Custoditre, m. a keeper
Cutaneo, a. cutaneous, relating to the skin
Cute, /. skin, bark
Culrzola,/. a species of wing-

una

ed ant
cuticle, skin
CutrStta, Cutrettola,/. a frag-

Cuticola,/

Damare,

rai"/

Cuvidso, adj. greedy


Czar, TO. the Czar f emperor of

or

buttrice

the fine lady"'^'


to king (at the

v.

game of draughts/
ainaschlno, adj. damasked
Damasco, (see Dommasco)
Dameggiare, to court the ladies

Curata,/, the pluck


jella,/ a ymtug /ady'
Damigllo, m. a page
Damma,/, a doe (in poetry)

Curatella,/. the liver


Curativo, adj. physical
Curato, m. a curate, a parson
Curato, part, cured
Curatre, m. and Curatrice, /.
keeper, a guardian, a trustee
Curazine,/. cure
Crcuma, /. a kind of Indian
plant employed by dyers

Curerta,

/.

administration,

guardianship
Curia,/, a court of justice
Curiale, adj. of the court, or
council-house
Curialita, /. kindness, civility
Curiandolo, m. coriander
Curiosamente, adu. curiously

Dam'zza,/. a low

Da

nwwan

molto, adj. of worth, of

prep, from; da, about;


DA,rano
da venU, they were

Da meno, of

about tnienty.
less tvorth ; da pi,
da,

to, for to
mangiare, good

have
of more
buno da Danaiso, and Danarso,
eat; da
tonied
;

to

'

adj.

'

Danaresco, adj. ready

Da

mall money
ninte, adj. worthless : un
'

'

an

insigni-

DAR
Dannbile,

DEC
DSio, m. custom, toll
Dazine, /. donation, surrendering; dazin dell' anUo,
rvedding-day
De', art. (for delli) of the.'

damnable,

adj.

blamalile

Dannabilmente, adv. damnably,

dangerously
to condemn,

Dannare,
to

blame

to erase.

to damn,
Dannare

la ragidne, to cancel a debt.

to full

dar compimento, to
dar bando, to banish
De', (for deve) he mutt
dar da dormire, to lodge
Dea,/, a goddess
dar fondo, to cast anchor
Debaccre, to storm, to fiy in
dar il buon viggio, to vish
a passion
a good journey dar in uno, Debaccatre, . a furious man
to meet one ; dar la bia, to Debbiare, . to burn the stubble, to manure by burning
jest; dar la corda, to give
the strappado dar la mano, Debellare, io overcome
io consent ; dar a credere, to Debellato, part, vanquished
make one believe ; darsi ad Debellazine,/, conquest
uno (parlando d'una donna) Dbile, adj. feeble, n-eak
io prostitute herself; darsi Debilit, and Debilitamnto,

upon

finish

;
:

Dannato, part, damned, conder/\ned

Dannati, pi. m. the damned


Dannatore, m. a condemner
damnation.
Dannazine, /.

Danneggiamento, m. damage
Danneggiare, to damage, to
Danneggiato, part, damaged,
hurt

Danneggiatre, m. he that does


hurt

Dannvole, adj. shameful, infamous, prejudicial


Dannevolrante, adv. damna
bly

Dannificre, to damage, hurl


Dannificto, part damaged

Danno, m. cost, hurt, damage


a m(o danno, to my cost
Dannosamente, adv. hurffully
Dannso, adj. hurtful
Dante, adj. giving

dante,
e'l ricevnte, belrveen giver
and receiver dante, a kind
;

tra'l

of leather
Dantsco, adj. in the manner
of B^nte, the poet
Da nulla, adj. good for nothing
Danza, /. a dance
sser in
danza, to he talked of; entr.<r in ddnza, to do as others
do
Danzare, tu dance
Danzatre, ni. and Danzatrice,
;

Danftta,/. a short danct


Da oggi innanzi, adv. for the
future ; da parte, aride, secretly: da parte a parte,
through; da per se, by himself; da per tutto, 'every-

Dappi, adv. from the foot


Daopociggine, atid Dappochezza,/. ignorance, idleness

pace,

to

quiet

one's

ni. feebleness ; debilit d" animo, faint-hearted ness


Debilitate, to rveaken, enervate : debilitarsi, to grow.'

self;

darsi buon tempo, to live a


merry life; darla a gambe,
io run arvay
dar che dire,
;

io
le

give occasion

to talk

dar

treak

carte, lo deal ai cards;


dar (aver qualche somiglinz) io incline io ; questo
panno d nel rosso, this cloth
inclines to red, or is reddish ;
non si d tutti d'entrare,
it is not permitted to every
body to go in

Debilitato, pati,

Dbito, m. a debt
Dbito, adj. dice -vi sono debito per tutti questi favori,
/ am obliged to you for all
ihes favours
tma del porto) a rvet-dock
Debitre, m. a debtor
Da scherzo, adv. in jest
Debitiizzo,
Da senno, adv. in earnest
a trifling sum
D'assai, adj. (sufficinte) suf- Dbole, adj. feeble, wecik
teni
Deboletto.'and Deboluzzo, adj.
ficient, very able;
'"
weakish, faintish
d'assai, to think
self
Debolzza,/, weakness
DasseZzo, adv. lastly
Debolmente, adv. ^veakly
Data,/, a date
Deca, decina,/, decade, ten
Dataria, and Dateria, /. thi DecacBrdo, m. a psaltery
Decadnza,/. decline,faU
datary's office (at Rome)
Datrio, i. a Roman officer
Decadere, to decay, decline
Decadimnto, ni. a decay
Dativo, ni the dative case
Dativo, part, rvho gives
Decaduto, part, declined
Decgono, m. a figure of ten
Dato, part, given
angles
Dato, o dato che, conj. supDeclogo, nu the ten command!, *c.
Datre, m. and Datrice, f.
Decanato, m. a deanery
Decano, m. a dean
Decantare, to publish, to de-

Drsena, f.

(la

parte pi in-

cant, to boast, to ertol

Dattrno, prep, aboi


about

Dappco, adj. idle, coward


Dappoi, adv. since,after, after-

Davntc, or Davanti, before ;


pararsi davnte, to runem-

Dappoich, conj. since thai


Dapprsso, prep, near, just by
Da prima, adv. at first
Da qua innanzi, adv. for the

Davvantggio, adv. more,

'

Jnirdeggiare,

to dart., cast,

weakened

Debilitazione,/, weakening
Debilmnte, adv. weakly
Debitamente, adv. deservedly.

Davidico, adj. nf David

Decantato, part published


Decapitare, to behead
Decapitato, part, beheaded
Decapitazine,/. Micuding
Decennale, adj ten years old
Decenn.irio, adj. pf'ien

Decnnio, m ten years


Decnte, adj. decent
Decentemente, adv. decenih,
Decenvirto, ni. decemvirate
Ueceuviri, m. pi. decemviri

DEL
m. a

Decnza,/, decency

Decotto,

Decvole, and Dicvole, adj.


decent, becoming
Decevolzza,/. decency

bankrupt
Decozine, /. decoction, bankruptcy (in law)
Decremnto, m. a decrease
Decrepit, and Decrepitzza,
/. old age
Decrpito, adj. decrepit, de-

to

;.

:cide

Deciferare, fv deciph
Deciferto, part, deciphered

Dcima./, and Dcimo, m.

tht

decoction,

Defraud^e,

to defraud
Defunto, adj deceased
Defunto, m. a dead man
Deggna,/ a dragnet
Degenerante, adj. degeneraf

tythe. tenth

Decimbile,
tytheable
adj.
(laru term)
Decimale, adj. decimal ;
' decimale, decimal

Decrscere, to decrease; le
acque decrescono, the waters
ebb ; i girni decrescono, the

'>

to g

Decretale, m. decretals

Decimati

Decretalista,

Decurine, m.
ti.

to cut

and Ddica,

Declinare, to decline, decay ;


abbassare, to humble, depress ; il tempo declina verso '1 freddo, the weather
grows cold; la bellezza declina coir et, beauty decays

ing,

Deh

Declivo,

Deicidio,

Defalcare, to abate, deduct


Defatigare, to fatigue
Defensre, m. a defender

ofot

Deficinza,/ deficiency

Deismo, m. deism

decorous,

Delatre,

DL-formazine, /." deformity

Delegare, to depute
Delegato, ?i. a delegate
Delegazine,/, delegation
Delettabile, adj delectable

Delettamnto,

Deformita,/. deformity
87

informer.

ally

>

an

Del

m. flowing, illapse
Deformare, to disfigure
-eflusso,

Defrme, adj. deformed


Deformemente, adv. deform-

m.

^spy

Deflorazine, f. defloration, or
ddlon

de-

cour.v, the end ;


the last

campagna decrsa,

Deista, in. a deist


Deit. /. divinity ; deity
Del, art cfthe
j

ably

deicide (the dsatU

Defesso, part, wearied, tired


Deficinte, adj. deficient
Defintre, to define
Definizine,/.(ee Diffinizine,
and its derivatives)
Deflorare, to deflower

Decorazine,/. decoration
Decro, m. grace, decorum
Decorosamente, adv. honour-

Savio

Deificamnto, to. (see Deificazine)


Deificare, to deify
Deificato, part, deified
Deificazine, /.
deification^
(apotheosis)
Deifico, adj. divine
Deifrme, adj. god-like

for you

adJ.

Dei, (for
Dei, (art.

m)

of the
Deicida, m. a deicide

Defernza,/, deference
Deferire, to defer, to delay,
to esteem ; io deferisco molto

Decollaz'ne,/. beheading
Decorare, tu adora, emiel-

campaign

dt-

'.

devi) thou must.


pi.

wt. decline

adj.

degrade,

to

inteij. alas
interj. gods!

^ei!

dedursi, to resolve

e,/, decline, decay.

m. a

make worthy

deservconvenient, jit, tuH-

Degradare,

/.

Deduzine,/, inference
Detalcamnto, m. deduction

Declivit, /. and DecUvio, m.


declivity, descent
Decollare, io behead

Decoroso,

lo

Degnila,/, dignity
Degno, adj. worthy,

across
consedevote

Dedicazine,/, consecration
Ddito, adj. addicted
Dedizine,/, a surrender
Dedtto, part, deducted
Dedurre, to deduce, reduce;

Declinamnto, m. declination

and

ajffh-

(ironically)

declama-

tion

la

Degrivole, adj. gentle,

over

to dedicate,
crate ; dedicarsi, to
one's self

Declaratrio,
adj.
declaratory
Declinbile, adj declifiable

Declinazi(
deck

captain

Degnificre,

Decussare,
Dedicare,

Dedicatria,
/.

company
Degnazine,/ complaisance
as

Degnevolmnte, adv. worthily

Decisivo, adj. decisive


Deciso, adj.' determined
Decisore, i. rvko decides
Declamare, tu declaim, inveigh
Declamatre, wi. a declaimer
Declamatorio, adj. declama-

Declamazidne,

m. a canonist

Decretare, to decree, enact


Decretato, part, decreed
Decrto, i. decree, order
Dcuplo, adv. ten timet

torilr,

to

vouchsafe, to value; se degnerete favorirai, if you


condescend to favour me ;
non degno la vostra compagnia, / do not value your

decree,

Pecretalmnte, adv. decisively

jiait

Decisine,/, decision
Decisivamente, adv. peremp-

Dec<5rso,

Degnare,

iythittg-

Dcimo, m. a tenth
Decfna,/. ten

Declino,
Declive,

eracy
iegene-

Degnamnte, adv. worthily


and Degnarsi,

days grow shorter


Decrescimnto, m. (see Decremnto)

irithm

plsasure

m.

delightt

and

Di-lettre, (see Dilettire,


iU derivatives)

Deietto, m. a choice
Delfino, m. the dauphin, (also)
a dolphin, (a,fish)
Deliberare, to deliberale
deliberaadj.
Delil eratvo,

Denigrazine,

Depl orare,

slandering

deplore,

io

tive

Denominatre, m. a denomi-

DenominaSine,

denomina-

/.

Deponimnto, m.
Denotante, adj. signifying
Denotare, to denote, remark
Denotazine,
significa/.

Delicatezza,/. delicacy
delicato, adj. delicate, weak
Delimdre, tu corrode

m.

Delineamnto,

delinea-

Delinere, lo draw, delineate


delineated.
part,
Delineato,
Delineatre, m. a designer, or

m.

Delirio,

Densit,

/.

density,

ihick-

Dentccio, in. a bad tooth


Dentale, m. ploughshare
Dentime, m. and Dentatura,

io

look fierce

pigliar

il

stinate; stare a denti secchi, lo be idle; to be very

Dentecchidre,

and

Deliziare,

Deliziarsi,

to

t>

adv.

deli-

ciously
Deliziso, ad), delicious
Del pari, adi), even
Del tutto, adv. entirely, guile
Delucidazine,/ clearing up
Deludere, to delude, mock,
deceive

Deludimnto, m. and Delazine,/ delusion, cheat


Deluditre, m. a deceiver, de-

dented,

Dentello, m.
lace
notching
Dntice, m. a shark

powder
Dntro, prep, within
Denudare, <o sttip naked, ex-

Demeritare, to do amiss
Demeritvole, adj. unworthy
Demrito, m. demerit, punish-

Depositeria, /.
the
depository
Deposito, m. trust, charge

Deposizine, j: a deposition,
degradation, evidence
Depsto, part, deposed, put
out of place
deposto ogni
timore, laying aside
all

Depsto, m. attestation,

testi

many
Depravare,

to

corrupt,

vi-

Depravto, adj. depraved, spoil-

Deprecazidne,/. entreaty
Depredare, to ptey upon
Depredatre, m. a rubber
Depredazine, /. and Depre

damnto, m. depredation
Depressine,/ depression
Deprsso,

Deprimere,

Denudato, adj. naked


Denunzia,/, a declaration
Denunziare, to infortn against

m.

an

in-

mock-

Demente, adj. mad, frantic


Demenza,/, madness, f illy

deprive.

in-

denting,

Dentifricio, m. dentifrice, tooth-

Denunziatre,
deluded,

Delso, part,

deposition.

depose,

to nibble

Dentellato, pari,

make merry
Deliziosamente,

lo

Dentilo, adj toothed


Dnte, m. tooth ; tener l'animo co' denti, io be almost
dead
mostrare 1 denti,

mad-

delirium,

Deprre,

Densre, isee Condensare)


Densto, and Dnso, adj. thick.

fasetofteelh

Delinqunte, m. an offender
DeUiiquere, to transgress
Dclfquio, m. afaintingjit
Delirante, adj delirious
Delirdre, to rave

6e>

Denominare, to name
Denominativo, adj. denomina-

Dependente, adj dependent


Dependentemnte, adv. de-

depressed,

adj.
to

deprei

de.

Depurare, to purge, cleanse


Depurato, part, cleaned, purified

Depurazine, /. depuration
Deputare, to depute, appoint;
a questa sorta d'alberi bisogna deputare un terreno
grosso, we tnnst chou.se fat
ground for tiat sort of

pendently

Dependenza,/. dependency
far
Depndere, to depend
tutto quel che depende da
me, / will do whatever ties

Deputato,

part.

deputed.

Demo'fre. io demolith
Demolizine,/, a demolishing

Demoniaco,

adj. furious,
possessed of a devil

Demnio,
Denaio,

devil,

rn. {see

Dewgrare,

to

mad,

demon

Danio)
darken,

Deplorbile,
ob-

adj.

lamenta-

Deputazine,/, deputation
Derelitto, adj forsaken
Derelizine,/. forsaking
Deretano, adj. behind, back-

DES
Derisivamente, adv. conitmpti- Desiderosamente,
bly
Deriso, fari, derided, laughed

Derisore, Deriditdre, and Dirl-

DestruJine, /.

adv.

Desiderso, adj. desirous

Desviare,

to

Desidia,/

idlene.'ss

Designare,

to

prave
Detenre,

to

Desinare,

lu

Dislni
de-

detain
one that keeps
wrongfully another man's

design, assign

Designazine,/ design
Derisdrio, adj. derisory

(see

dram away,

Detentore,

dine

i.

Derivante, adj deriving


Tizi
derivano
idleness is the

dall'
root

oio,

of

all

Derivativo, adj. derivative


Derivato, part, derived
Derivazine,/, derivation : derivazidne di voce, etymology
ofrvnrds
Derogabile,
adj. disparage-

Desiosamente, adv. ardently


Desiso, adj. desirous
Desirre, to desire, rvish
Desistere, to forbear
Desolare, to desolate
Desolato, adj. desolated, ruin

make

determine, to

DespOtico, adj. (see DispoDescendente, adj descending


tico)
Discendenza, /. (see DiscenDspoto, m. a despot
Dcscendere,
DiscSn- Dssa, pron. f. she, she her(see

Desrenso, m. a descent
Deschtto, m. a footstool
Dsco. 7(1. a table stall
;

Descritttbile, adj. describable


Descrittivo, adj. describing
Descr/tto, part, described
Descrittre, m. a describer
Descrivere, to describe
Descrivibile, adj. that can be
cribed

Detestazine,/, abhorrence
Detrarre, to detract, slanUer
Detratto, part, slandered

dsso, / do not think


this IS the same

Destamnto, m. awakening
Destare, to awake, revive
Destato, adj. awaked
Destatolo,
m.
alarm-clock,
Destatre, m. maker
Desterit./ dexterity
"
'
Destinare

Destinazine,

led
/.

n. destiny,

appoint-

fate

Deserzine,/ desertion

Destitiito,

Desiare, to desire (in poetry)


Desiato, part, (in poetry) dt

prived, abandoned
Dsto, adj. awaked, sprightly

adj.

destitute,

de-

Dstra,/ the light hand


Destramente,
adv.
dexterously
Destreggiare, to
de-

Desiderativo, adj. desirable


Desideratre, m. a desirer
Desidrio, jn. desire
desidrio di vendtta, resenl-

manage dex-

terously

[ness

Deuimentdso, adj hurtful


Detronizzdre, to dethrone
tagliar la
Dtta,
a debt
detta, to cume to an agree-

dictates, precept*

Dettare, lo dictate
Dettato, ni. diction, style
Dettato, part, dictated
Dettatre, m. the dictator
Dettatura,/, dictation
Dtto, m. word
Dtto, part, spoken, called;
dtto, fatto, said and done
Deturpare, to disfigure
Devastamnto, m. devastation.
destru
estroy
Devastare, /

Destrzza,/ dexterity, eiaftiDestrire, m. a horse; desDstro,

m. opportunity;

subito, che

the

mi vedr il destro,

an opportunity
Dstro, adj. dexterotu
Desti liggere, see Distrggere)

Detrazine,/ detraction
Detrimnto, m. loss, damage

Dettme, m.

ment

sirably

abominate,

Detestre,

mi par

Destino,

Desiderante, adj. desiring


Desiderare, to desire
Desiderat/ssimo, adj. most de-

Detersivo, adj. cleansing


Detestabile, adj. detestable
Detestabilmente, adv. detcst-

self

to, pa:

Desrto, m. a wilderness
Desrto, pari, abandoned
Desertdre, m. a deserter

lutely

Determinazine,/, resolution

tically

to

Determinatamente, adv. reso

Dcrog,-ire, to derogate, lessen

adv.

Deteriorre, lo grow, or

Determinare,

Derogatrio, adj. derogatory


Desperazidne,/. despair
Derogazine,/, derogation
Derrata, /. ware: questo a Desptto, m. spite, malice
bucina derrata, this is very Despoticamnte, adv. despo-

Desiderabilmente,

Detergnte, adj. detergent


Detrgere, to scour, rub off
Deterioramnto.
m.
and
Deteriorazine, /.
depra-

Deviato, part, deviated


Devoluto, part, devolvea
Devoluzine,^: devolution
Devotamente, adv. devoutlv

DIE

DIC
Devto,

devout, qffietion-

ni.

Devozine, /. devotion
Di, prep. of; di, n-ilh. than,
from, to pi ricco di me,
richer than I; di girno in
girno, from day to day:
godo di vedrla, / am glad
;

Dravollto, TO. a yoitni^ denl


DiavoUni, Diavoloni, in. ugar

plums
Divolo, m. devil, evil spirit
far il divolo, to play the
divolo
devil ;
scatenato,

Dichiaratamente, adv. plainly

shape of a
man sapere dove il divolo
tien la coda, io be cunning
divolo di mare, the sea-cor-

Dichiarato, part, declared


Dichiaratre, m. a declarer
Dichiarazione, /. and Dichiaramnto, m. declaration,

devil

in the

Di, m. day

di d(, day-time

morant
di fra di, the afternoon ;
di df in di. from day to day
Di, (from dire di arditamente,
tpeak boldly
il

Diabte,/, diabetes
Diaboiicamnte, adv.

diabo-

Di.iconto, ni. deaconship


Diaconessa,/, a deaconess

Dibassare,
Dibassato,
Dibastire,
Dibastato,
Dibttere,

Dialettica,/, logic

Dialetticamente, adv. like a


Diafettico, adj. dialectical
Dialettico, a logician
Dialetto, m. dialect
Dialoghetto, i. short dialogue
[n'riter
Dialogista,
i.
a dialogue

Dilogo, m. a dialogue

Diamantccio, m. a bad dia-

fall, abase-

to debase
part debased
to unsaddle
part, unsaddled
to shake, to beat,

Dianzi, adv. before


Dirio, m. journal, diary
Diarra, and Diarria, /.

Discolo inierj. the deuce


Diaspro, m. jasper
I

the
'.

Distole, f.'the heart's dilata-

Divola,
DiaTolccia,
and
Diavolssa, /.
a ferinadiavolccio, a good-natured
fellow
Diavolerfa, /. a devilish qf-

tere

un umo

decay,

in dichino.

Me

teen

Diciannovesimo, adj. the nineto

teenth
Diciasette, adj.
teen
Dicibile,
adj.

and m. seventhat

can

be

collision, striking

Dibattitre, m. rvho debates


Dibtto, m. a debate
Di bel nuvo, adi', again
Di bisgno, adj. necessary

Dibonariet,/. affability

Diboscamento,

m.

felling

Diciferre, to decipher
Diciferto, part, dtciphered
Dlciferatre, m. decipherer
Dicioccare, to break offfruits,

oijlowers
Dicitto,

m. and

adj. e-.ghteen

Dibtto, adv. immediately


Dibrancre, to dilate, spread
Di brigata, adv. altogether
Dibrucare, and Dibruscre, io

Dibruscto, part, pruned


Dibuctire, to peti bark
Dibuccito, part, peeled, bark-

Dimetro, m. a diameter
Diana./, the morning star

stooping

down

Dichino, m. decline, decay :


non bisogna molto per metleast thing disrders a man
Diciannve, m. aiui adj. nine-

Dibattimnto, and Dibttito,

m.

i.

down, descent, decline


stoop

mano,

mean

Dibssamnto, m.

Diagonalmente, adv. diametri-

up

di bassa

Diabolico, adj. devilish, mick-

Dicono, m. a deacon
Diadma, m. diadem, cromn
Diafanit,/ transparency
Difano, adj. transparent
Diagonale, adj. diagonal

Dichinameiito,

Dichinire, to decline,
to root

Di bassa lega,

adj. base, low,

lically

flaw term)

interpretation

Diavolne, m. a great devil


Di balzo, adv. at once

Di bando, adv. gratis, far nothing


Dibarbre,

Dichiarativo, adj. declaratory

Hi buon ria, adv. cheerfully


Di buon ria, adj. jovial, merry
Di buon mattino, adv. betimes
Dfcco, m. bank, causeway
Dicembre, m. December
DicSnte, adj. saying
Diceria, /. discourse, speech ;
tener diceria d'una cosa, to
talk much of a thing
Di certo, adv. certainly
Dicervellarsi,
to
think in-

consrva, adv. together


continuo,
continually
crto, adv. shortly
crso, adv. in running
Costa, adv. close by
udt>.

Dictto, part, withered, dried


Dicrescere, to decrease, nane
Dicuccre, to make a decoction, to dry in the sun
Di cure, av. heartily
Di dentro, prep, within
Didiaccire. io thaw
Didiaccito,pnr<. thawed
[ten
Di ditro, prep, behind
Dice, and J>ici, m. and adj.
Diesis, m. a musical tone
Dita, /. diet, a diet, (assetnbly>

Ditro,
farsi

back;

prep, behind, after;


in ditro, to draw
tirar ic ditro un

affare, in pvi off an affair ;


tirarsi dietro qualche dis
grazia, io bring some mis-

Dietrogurdia, /.

guard
Di fatto,

the

rear-

adii. eJTectively

Difndere, io defend, protect


Difendvole, adj. dffensible

and Difensre, m.

Ditendit<5re,

defender
Ditenditrfce,

Diffidre, to mistrwt,
peel
Diffidato, pari distrusted
Diffidnte, adj. mistrustful

Diffidnza,^, diffidence
Diffinire, to define, or decide
Diffinitamnt, and Diffinitivamnte, adv. definitively
Diffinitfvo, adj. definitive
Diffinitre, m. a definitor in
convents, (also) one who de-

gi di veder costui non


son digiuno, / do not wish to

proteo
Diffinitrio, adj. definitive
Diffinizine,/. definition

DifenslTO, adj. defensive


Difsa,/, defence, support
Difso, part, amended

fasted
Digiundtore, m. a faster
Digiune,/, pi ember weeks
Digiuno, m. fast, fasting.
digiuno, arf;./s^-g-

Diffndere, to pour out


Diginto,
part,
disjointed,
Difformare, to deform, spoil
parted
adv.
de- Dignissimo, adj. most worthy
Dignit,/ dignity, greatness
Diffbrmato, part, disfigured
Dignitso, adj. worthy
Diffrme, adj. deformed, ugly
lively
Digocciolrei to drop
Difettivo, ad], defective
Difformit,^, deformity
Digozzare, to cut the throat
Diftto, m. default, defect
Diffusamente, adv. diffusive- Digradamnto, ni. a degradly
Difettosamiite, adv,
ing, degradation (in paintdefectively
Diffusine,/ diffusion
ig)
Difettso, adj. defective
Diffusivo, adj. diffusive
Digradare, to shorten, io deDifettuccio, and Difethiizo, Diffuso, adj diffuse, ample
scend by degrees,
to
deDifimre, to file off
m. a small fault
grade
Difilato, marchfd off
Difettuosita,/. imperfection
Digradatamnte, adv. graduDi filo, and Di "filato, adv.
Diffalcare, to abate., cut off
Diffalco, m. defalcation
rvithout intermission
Digradato, part, degraded
Diffalta,
crime : Ditinimnto,
fault
Digradazine,/, (see Digradadefinition
/.
per mia diffalta mi trovo Difinire, (see Diffiire and its
mnto)
[degreet
derivatives)
Di grado in grado, adv. by
Diformare, (see Difformdre, Di gran lunga, adv. by fa'r,
much rather
Di fresco, adv. lately, newly
Digrassare, to lake offfat
Di furi, adv without
Di grazia, ,7(/r. jray.prilbee
Dfga,/. a bank, mole, or pier
Digenerdre,
(see
DegeneDifettare, v. to be defective, to
be Tvithout
Difettivamente, adv. defec-

Difformatamnte,
formedly

Diffamazine,

/.

and

Diffa-

rare)
Digerire, to diaesi, discuss ;
digerire un affrnto, tobrook
"'?;

Differgnte, adj different


adv.
ferently

Differentemente,

dif-

Differnza,/, difference
Differenziare, io distinguish
Differenziato,
part,
dislin-

Ditterimnto, m. delay
Differire, to differ, to defer
Differito, part, delayed,

put

Digestions,/, digestion
Digestlre, to arrange, order

ic

Digestivo, adj. digestive


Digsto, adj. digested
Dig.sto, m." digest of civil law
Dighiaccire,
(see
Didiac

fi

Digrignai
''"""erf
snailed
igrossamnto, m. forming,
sketching
Digrossjire, to form, fashion
Digrossato, part, fashioned
Digrumare, io chew, ruminale.

Digrumato, part, ruminated


Digruminre, to ruminate, consider

Differmdre,

Diguazzamnto,

to refute

Difficile, adj. hard, diffcult

Diguazzare,
Diguazzato,

Difficilmente, adv. diffxuUly

lo,

Difficoltare, to start diffculties


Difficoltso, adj. difficult
Diffiddnza,
and Diffida-

adv. by day

prep, below, beneath


ii gi,
adv. up 07

m.

[shaking
motion.

to siiake, to stir

part.

sitaken

Digusciate, lo shell
Digusciato, part, shelled
Di l, prep, heyfnd, from
thence; secondo il costunre
di l. according to the cuslo^n.
of that country

DIL

DIL
Di qua, di

l,

adv. here and

Hilaceraranto, m. laceration
tear,
rend,
to
Dilacerare,

moniste
Dilacerato, pari, rent, torn
Dilagare, to overjlon.
impeDilagatamente, adv.
tuously
Dilagato, part, overjlon
at
directly,
adv.

folly
Diletto, m. delight, pleasure

andar a diltto, to go
Liltto,
ing prndere a dili
laugh at

and

dassra,
night

adv.

Diliberdrsi, to tumble, trip


Dilicatamnte, adv delicately
delicateness,
Dilicatzza, /.

voluptuoi
adj.

Dileggiare, to deride, scoff


DileggiaiezSa,/. effrontery
Dileggiato, part, bantered
Dileggiatre, jester, banlerer
Di leggieri, adv. easily, pro
bahly
a spark, a fop
Dileggino,
Dilgine, adj. weak, soft
Dileguare, io run away; Ai

go off: si di
legu come da corda cocca
he ran away as swift as ai
to

disappearance

Dileticire, to divert, flatter


tickled,
part.
Dileticto,
pleased
Diltico, m. a tickling
Dileticso, adj ticklish
Dilettabile, udj. delightful
Dilettabilit, /. delight
Dilettabilmnte, adv. delight-

^gnla,f.

ani,

laughing
Dimensine,/, dimension
Dimentare, to make mad,

dilige!

Dileggiare, lo

to

bewitch

Dimenucnza, and Dimenti-

remove, to steal

'.way

Dileggiato, part, removed


the
break
to
Dilombarsi,
back
Dilombato, part, broken-back-

;idre, to clear, explain


explana;idazid:ie,
/.

cggine, /. forgelfulness
Dimenticare, to forget
Dimenticato, part, forgotten
Dimentcatio, m. oblivion ;
lasciare nel dimenticatio.
1 oblivi
! put
>ntichvle,

and Dimn-

co, adj forgetful


Dimentlre,' Co give the he, lo

Dimessine,/ resignation
Dimesso,

part,

laid

left,

aside

Diluente, ad), diluent

miMire, V. to dilute
Dilungamnto, m.

agitation

Dimenare, to sliake, agitate


Dimeno, adv. without, otherwise non posso fai dimeno
di non ridere, I cannot help

liquidare, to liqui
liquiddto, adj. explained
Diliscare, <o ica/e, r
Diliticre, to tickle

Dimesticamnte, adv. famidistance.

absence

Dilungare,

to stretch, e.Tlend
ramble, ti
to

dilungarsi,

fully

Dilettamnto. m. delight

Dimenamnto, m.

soft.

rveak
Diligente, adj. diligent
Diligentimnte, adv. carefully

ed
Di lontano, adv. at a distance
"" ;idamiite, o<iu. p/ain/r/

Dilemma, m. dilemma

removed
part,
Dilungato,
mi son molto dilungato da
mio proposito, / have tmid
a long digression from mt

Di
.ziiie, f. delectation

to-morront

adv.

Dimandatre, m. rvho demands


Dimandagine,/. a demand

derately
Diliberatlvo, adj. deliberative
Dilibeito, part, determined
Diliberazine, /. determma-

"licto,

Dilettante, m. a lover of

growing

resolve,

Diliberatamnte,

the

Dimanda,/, demand, request


andante, m. petitioner
andare, (see Domandare)
Dimn da sera, and Diman-

Dilettso, adj. delectable


Delezine,/, benevolence
Diliberamnto, m. deliverance
Diliberare, to set at liberty,
deliberate,

make lean, dimi-

Dimagrazine,/.

diletto, adv. on purpose


Dilettosamnte, adv. agne-

Dileggiamnto, m. and Dile


gidne,/. mockery, scorn

to

to

to

,iiih, lessen

Diletto, part, beloved

Dilavare, tu tvash arvay


Dilavato, part, washed arvay
Dilazioncella,/. short delay
Dilazine,/, delay, stop

Dilguo,

DimagTJtre,

Dilavamnto, m. washing

legursi.

"

Dilapiddre, to rvatte, squander


Dilargre, to thin, rarefy
Dilata,/ delay
Dilatamnto, m. tvtjening
Dilalatlvo,
Dilatante,
Dilatato, adj dilated
Dilatare, to dilate, spread
Dilatazine, f. extension
Dilatrio, ari';- dilatory

delight-

adv.

tosamnte,

Pilaccre, va. to tear to pUecs


Dilaccire, to unlace, untie

Diluviare, to run hard: to


overflow, to devour
Deluviatre,
a glutUn
no, m. deluge, great rain,

Dilettvole, adj. delightful


Dilettevolmente, and Dilet-

l'ungi,

adi!,

far

off.

lungo, adv. continually


Dilusine,^; delusion

Dimesticare,

to

tame ; dimesti-

carsi, to fiimiliarize

Dimesticato, and Dimstico,


sono
adj. tamed, familiar
dimestico alla fatica, I am
inured to labour
Dimestichezza, /. familiarity.
;

DIP

DIN
Pimezzto, pari, divided

Diminuimnto,

decrease

Diminuire, io diminish
Diminuito, adj. diminished
Diininutfvo, adj. diminutive
Diminuzidne,^. diminution

Dintdmo, m. adjacent plac

Dimissdria, /. dimissorij: lttera dimissdria, dimissory Dinudre,


display
letter

DI modo che, adv. so that


Di molto, adv. very much

contours,

the

(also)

drawing)

naked,

strip

to

to

Di poi prep, after


Dipopolre, to dispeople
Diportarsi,

Dinumerre,

to

number

divert

to

one't

self

Diportvole, adj. diverting


Dijidrto, m. diversion, sport
Dipositre, fsee Depositare,

Dimra,/, delay, abode


Dimorzione, /. Dimoro, m. Dinunzia,/. declaration
drvelling-place delay ; senza Dinunziire, to charge, accu
Dinunziativo, adj. denou
dimoro, without delay
Diraoraranto, >n. residence
:

Di posta, adv. at once

prsso, prep, near by


prima, adv.,
before

Dimordnte, jiart. living, dwelling


Dimorare, to dwell, reside
Dimorsare, to break with one's

first,

qua, prep, this side

teeth

Dimostrbile, adj. demonstra

DIO, m.

GOD

Diocesano,

ble

adj

diocesan

Dimostranza,/. demonstration
vscovo diocesano, a. dioDimostrare, to show, testify
cesan bishop
Dimostrativamente, aiitv de- Dicesi, m. diocese
monstratively
Dipanare, to reel, to wind
Dimostrativo, adj. demonstra- Di jjri, adv. alike, equally
Dipartnza, and Dipartita, /.
Dipartimnto, m. a parting.

quando

qua
qui,

in

si>,

di quinci,

demom^ra- Dipartire,

/.

to

divide, separate,

ter ; come dissi dinn?!, as


I said before
dinanzi che
venga, before he comes
Jinasato, adj. without a nose
Diiiascso, adv. secretly
Dinegare, to deny, refuse

Dipelldre, tojlay, to skin


skinned,
DipelUto,
part.
fiayed
Dipendnte, adj. depending

Dnegazine,/. 'denial
Dinervre, to weaken
Dinigo, m. denial

Dipendnza,/, dependence
to
depend on
Dipndere,
questo beneficio dipende

Dinigrre,

to blacken,

Dipendentemente,

defame,

Diradare,

Dinominare,

to

gift

ci

name, men

is in ihf

dipendi

by

a knot

tion

Dinnminto,

da

named,

grow

Di rado, adv. seldom


Di ragine, adv hy right
Diramare, to spring out
Diramato, adj. pruned, lop-

hitnself.

Bite, to speak, talk, relate


voler d(re, to mean ; che
vuol dire ci ? what is the
meaning of that?
Diredre, to disinherit
Diredto, part, disinherited
the
DiretiSno, n. the last,
ro,

adv.

apart
adv. is always joined
dar di piglio,
;
take hold
I'glio,

part.

thin
thin

to rarefy, to

Diradato,
p-att.
rarefied,
thinned
Diradicare, to root up, to over-

Diramazione,/, branching

lai r, this living


ing's

to untie

adv. froT%

qui poco, adv. in short

de-

pendently
;

Dinoccare, to break the head


Dinoccolarsi, to break one'
Tinodre,

adv.

adv,

from henct

quindi, adv. from thenee


Diradarsi, to

Dimostrazine,

Dindnzi^ prep, before ; l Temo Dipelare, to tnake bald


dinanzi, the preceding win- Dipelato, adj. bald

quando,

adv.

with dare

DinorainaJidne, /. denu.

Dipfgnere, and Dipingere, to

Dinotare, (see Denotare)


Di notte, adv. by night, night.

Dipinto,

point, describe
part.

Dipinto,

painted.

m. painting, a

Direttamente, (irJ IV directly


DiretUvo, adj. directing
Dirtto, ad), straight, right
Direttre, m. director

Direzidne,/. direction
Dirigere, to direct, rule, gc

pie-

Dintomamento, n
Dintornto, part,

Dipintre, Dipjgnitdre
Dipingitdre, m. a pair,
Dipintura,/, a picture

Dirimnte, adj. impedimnto

Dirdpo, and Dinip^tOt

a Disamatdre,

v>.

'

hater,

to.

en

precipice

Dirimere, to divide
Di rimptto, di rincdntro,
ud;,

mith oppoti

Diripte,/. a precipice
Diritta, /. straight road ;
diritta, on the right hand
Dirittamente, adv. directly
Dirittzza, /. squaring, or
Diritto, m.

Disaccncio,

Disaminante, adj.

adj.

disorderly,

Disaccordire, to be out of tune


Disacerbare, to assuage, ap-

the right, justice,

truth of it
Diritto, adj. straight, direct,
just, crafty
Diritto, and Dritto, adj. rightly ; la diritta di' restare

m. an old fox,
cunning rogue

Dirittrfne,

Disacerbto, part, assuaged


Disacquistre, to loose, free
Disadattgine,/. impropriety
Disadattamente, adv. foolishly

Disadrno, adj. careless, unDisatificarsi, to rest one's self


Disaffezionare, to alienate

Disagvole,

adj.

Disappassionatzza,

si

Dlroccat<5re, m. a destroyer
Dirocciare, to fall down from

Dirmpere, to break, to soften


Dirompimnto, ni. interrup.
Dirtta,/, a shower
Dirottamente, adv.

immode-

pingere

dirotta-

to

f.

inequa-

sily

shed a shower oj

Disagiso,

adj.

inconvenient,

Dirugginre,

to polish

oJTrvsi

Dirupamnto, a

fall from a
precipice, a precipice
to precipitate ; diruparsi, to throro one's self

adj.

inatten-

Disapprgndere, to unlearn
Disapprensine,/, courage
Disapprovare, to disapprove
Disapprovazine, /. a disapprobation
Disarborare, to unmast
Disarginre,
demolish
to

banks
Disarginto,

adj.

nithout

Disarmamnto, m. disarming
Disarmare, to disarm
Disarmato, part, disarmed
Disarmonia, /. discord,

ir-

regularity, fault

Disarmnico,

uneasy
Disaiutare, to trouble
Disaiuto, m. hindrance
Disalberare, r, to dismast
Disalberato, a. distnasted
Disalbergre, to remove
Disalbergto,
adj.
without

Dirozzale, to polish, smooth


Dirozzato, adj. polished, in-

Disapplicato,

lily

Disagguaglidrsi, to differ
Disagguagliatamnte, adv. differently
Disagguglio, m. difference
Disagiare,
to
trouble, disturb
Disagiatamente, adv. inconveniently
Disagiato, adj. troublesome
Disgio,
m.
inconveniency,
poverty, want ; stare a disgio, 0 be uneasy
Disagosamnte, adv. urua-

demolish

destroyed,

Dirogre, to derogate
Dirogatrio, adj. derogatory

rately

inten-

Disapplicre, to live lazily


Disapplicatzza, and Disap-

Diroccamnto, m. dismantling
part,

adj.

light

Disagguaglia!

to destroy,

in-

/.

difference

Disappassionato,

DirizSnte, part, directed


Dirizzare, to direct, to maki
itraight, to addrttt one'i

made

Disamordso, adj. insensible


Disanimare, to discourage
Disanimato, adj. lifeless, discouraged
Disapparre, to unlearn, for'

difficult,

Dirittura, /. integrity

), part,
Dirizzatdre,

Disamre, m, hate, grudge


Disamorvole, adj. unkind
Disamorevolzza, /. insentU
bility

Disadatto, adj. unapt, unfit

DiriSfamnto, m. direction

mente,

who exa-

un-

obscene

Diroccare,
Diroccato,

adj. disagreeable

Disamiclzia,/. enmity, grudge


Dismina,/, examination

civilly

niuno ne sa il diritto
vero, noivdy knows the real
tar

Disamno,

Disarainamnto, m. examina-

groiv ugly
Disabitire, to depopulate
Disabitato, part, deserted
Disacconciamnte, ado.

prep. over against

Di rintppo,

biriSto, pari, demolished


Disabilita, /. incapacity
Disabellire, to make ugly, or

adj.

discor-

Disascndere, to discover
Disasprire, to appease
Disassedi to, adj. no longer
besieged
Disastrare, to toil, to cause

lodging
Disalloggire, to dislodge

Dirupare,

Di

headlong
Dirupato, part, fallen

salto in salto, leaping


Disamare, to hate
Disamato, part, hated,
liked

from a

precipite
,

salto,

<idij.

immediately

di
Disastroso, adj. disastrous

dis-

Disattnto, adj inattentive


Disattenzine,/, inattention
Disavanzare, to Le a >V(ef

DIS

DIS
flisnvaiizo

molto in questa

DisciSiiito,

loss

ho

fatto

con discapito in queste, I


by these goods
Disavanzo, m. detriment, lost
Disautorare, io degrade
T^:
taggiiire, to wrong.
loser

injur , hurt
Disavvantaggio,
vantage
Disavvantaggioso,

disad-

>n.

adj.

dis-

Disavvantaggiosamnte,

adv.

lost

a great deal by that


and Disc-

Discidto, adj vntied, freed


Disciorre, (see Disciosliere)
Discipare, (.lee Dissipare, and

DiscipUnju, /. education,

Discaricare, to unload, ease


Discaricato, part, discharged
Discarnre, to pick the Jlesh

advaiilageous

dis-

Disciplinire, to instruct, to
scourge
Disciplinato, adj. disciplined
Disciplinvole, and Discipli.
nbile, adj.
docile, teach'

disadvantageoiisly

Disavvedimnto,

adv.

in-

imprudent.

Disavvediito, adj.

Discolamente,

careless-

ni.

Disawedutamnte,

Discendenza,
Disavvenente,

tiously
Discoletto,

Discavalcare, io alight
Discdere, to depart
Discendente, part, descended

Discoloramr
Discendere,

to

to

Discolorare,

descent,

grow pate
Disrolorato,

descend,

springfrom
m.

declivity

Disavventurosarante,

Disavventurato,

adv.

Discensdre, m. mho descends


Discente, m. learning
Discente, cedj, and s. scholar
Discepolato, m.
a scholar-

adj.

un-

Discpolo, m. and Discpola,

Disavvertenza,
iency

Disawezzare,
Disawezzato,

disaccustom

to

itiadver-

part.

customed
Disavvisamnto,

disac-

ind
ir

Discendimnto,

Disavventura,/, misfortune

Discolorare,
discolorarsi, to

and Discolorfto

uted, pale
DiscoIoraZidi le, f. paleness
Discolpa, /. and Discolpaexcuse, justijica-

adj. discerning

Discemvole,

adj.

quick-

Discompagn^re,

m.

impru-

Discernimnto, m. act of

dis-

Disbandeggito, aJj. banislied


Disbarbare,
shave
the
to

disbrigarsi,

to

disentangle

Discacciamnto,
Discacciare, to expel
Discacciato, part, expelled
Discacciatdre, m. an expeller
Discadre, to fall away
Discadimento, m. waste, deDiscadiito,

part.
rvasted aniay

Discalzare, io pull

decayed,

off shoes

Discalzo, part, barefooted

Discetre, to pick, separate


Discsa,/, a descent
Discesso, adj. descended, detcendent
Discettare, to dispute
Discettazine, /. a dispute
Disceverare,
to
separate ;
disceverarsi, to part with
Dischiarre, to declare
Dischiattre, to degenerate
Dischiattdto, part, degtnerai-

Dischiavre, to unlock
Dischierre, to disorder
Dischiomare, to cut hair
Dischidere, to open, discover

Dischiumre,

to

skim

Dischiuso, adj. open


Discigliere, to unite, dissolve
Discioglimnto, m. loosening,
the discovery of a plot
Discioglitdre, m. he that interprets, explains, unites

95

to

separate

Discompagnato, part, unaccompanied


Discompagnatiora, /. separaDiscompdrre,

Disbarbto, adj. beardless


Disbarcre, to land
Disbramre, to gratify
Disbrancre, to sever, to part
Disbrandre, to disarm
Disbrigare, to dispatch, hasten

licen-

Tvaggish,

'

'

/.

unplea-

adj.

adv.
adj.

knavish
Dfscolo, adj. dishonest, lewd,

(see

Scora-

part,

dtscom-

prre)

Discompdsto,

DiscompotzZa,

/.

unbecom'

ingness, negligence
adv.

Disconciamnte,
handsomely

va

Disconcidre, to disorder
Disconcio, adj. unhandsome
Disconclso, adj. broken
Disconcrdia,/ discord
Disconfessare, to deny
rout, </eDisconfggere, to
feal
Disconfftta,/. rout, defeat
Disconfftto, adj routed
Disconfortare, to afflict
Disconfdrto, m. ajjliction
Disconoscente, adj. ungrate-

ful
Disconoscenza,/, ingratitude
Discondscere, to take for on

DIS
Disconosclutamnte, adv. un-

m.

Dist:onsentimnto,

dainfiilly

Disdegnso, adj. disdainful,


irritated, furivus

dita-

Discortse,

dissuade
Disconsigli^re,
DisconsiglJto, adj. dissuaded
Discontinure, to leave off
Discontnuto, pari, discon
tinued
Discontinuazidne, /. discon

adj.

Disdtta./, contradiction
Disdtto, adj forbidden
Disdiccito, adj. unlucky

Disdicvole, adj. unbecoming


Disdicevolzza, /. indecency
dis.
Disdire, to refuse, deny

Discorteseinnte,
sfa,/, discourtesy
so, adj. steep : dis-

dfrsi, to

disdire

io, m. a precipice
Discostamnto, m. departure.

veniente, adj. indeceni

Disconvenevoimnte, adv. I

Da

Disconvenre, to misbecomi
disconveniensi signor d
esser si parco, it is unh
coming a gcUieman to be i

adj.

DisGoraggiante,

Discredente,

to
discredersi,
one's self; tutto

di

non mei' avrebbe

adj.

Discordante,

ditagret

adv.

discord, strife, debate^

Discrde,
jarring

mondo

contrary
Discreditare, io discredit
Discreditato, adj. discredited
Discrdito, m. discredit, dis-

Discrepanza, /. distension, a
contrast ofopiniens
Discrepare, to disagree
Discrescnza,/. decreasing
io

Discretamnte,

decrease,

adv.

dedis-

creetly, wisely, warily, pruclearly.


dently, distinctly,

te

ic)

adj.

sa, to set one's heart

fatto dir
scrdere, ali the rvoild could
not have made me believe the

Discrescere,

Discordanza, and Discrdia,/.


Discordare,
gree

il

discordant

Discordemente, adv. disagree


ing'v
Discordrole, adj. conteniwus
Discordia,/, discord
quarreladj.
Discordiso,
Discorrnte, adj. iattling
e
Discrrere, to discourse
cosi va discorrendo, and so
forth
rvanderadj.
Piscorrvole,

Disegnare, to design, sketch


Disegnatre, m. designer
Disegnatura./. ('e Disegno)
Disegnetto, m. a sketch
Disgno, m. design, sketch ;
far disegno sopra una co-

upon a

-,

undeceive

di

wam-

Disegnamnto, m. design

incredu-

adj.

fatto, to give

afai

DiscredSnza,/. incredulity
disbelieve
to
Discrdere,

Discoraggiare, to dishearten
Discorre, to frighten
N. B. Such words as cannot be
found by Disco, look for Sco
Discoralo, adj. discouraged
Discordaranto, m. disagree-

Discordantemente,

rt

Discovirto, adj. discovered


Discovrimnt, m. discovery
Discovrlre, io discover

Discoperto, adj. discovered


Discoi>rimnt, m. discovery
Discoprire, to discover
Discopritre, mdiicotwer

m.
Discoraggiamnto,
couragement, affright

discsto, adv. frc

go from one's word


il

Di'sefcamnto, ni. and Diseccazine, /. drying up


Diseccare, to dry, to rvither
Diseccatlvo, adj. apt to dry

and Discon-

decently
,
_
^
Disconvemenza,/. indecency

at

piny

kind

io

Disconvenvole,

dit

adv.

Disdegnosamnte,

Discorrimnto,

knowingly

Disegule, adj. uneven


adv.
Disegualmn'te,

vne

Disellare, to unsaddle
Diselldto, ad), unsaddled
Disenfiare, to reduce a swell-

Dsenfito, adj. not swelled

Disennato, adj. senseless


Disensto, adj. unwise, stupid
Disenlerta, and Dissenteria,/.
bloody, flux
Diseppellire, to unbury
Diseppellito, part, unburied
Diseredare, to disinherit
Diseredato, part, disinherit-

ed

Disederazine, /. disinheriting
Diserrare, to open, unlock

Diserrato, pari, opened


Disertatre, m. a destroyer
Discretzza, and Discre^ne,
Disertazine, / and Diserta/. prudence, wisdom
mnto, m. desolation
adj. discreet, pru-

Discrto,
dent
Discucire, to unseni
Discuoiare, to skin

Disertare,

to

ravage,

spoil,

waste
Disertito,

part,

spoiled,

pit-

Disrto, adj. desolated, abanmiseraunhappy,


doned,

Disdegniire, to disdain, scoi


disdegnarsi, to be angry
Disdegnato, adi angry
Disdegno, m. anger, disdaif

Disertre, m. a deserter
Diservfgio, m- an ill office
disserve.
io
Diservlre,

DIS

DIS

Biservfto, part, disserved


m.
destnie-

Disfacimnto,

Disfrenato,

m. a destroyer
fierce
Disfamamnto, m. defama- Disganglierre,
Disfascitdre,

Disfarnire, to fill, to
defarne, traduce
Disfiire,

to

undo,

DIS

Disfrenare, to unbridle
adj.
to

unruly,

unhinge

si

DisgittiCrsi, to

rui..

mi lasciar tosi disfatto"d


not leavt me in this misera,
state

be

dishearten-

Disgitngere, to disjoin

Disgiungimnto,

Disgiuntamente,

separa-

7i.

adv.

sepa-

Disginto, part, disjoined


Disgiunzidne,/. separation
Disgombramnto, m. part-

^^f^vorevolmnte, unfuvour

Disgombrase,

Disfavorire, to oppose, cross


Disfavorfto. adj. out
of fa<

enervate
Disferrr, to draw out iron
disferr^re un cavallo, io ur,
shoe a horse
Disferrto, part, unshod
Disfida,/, challenge
Disfidante, adj diffident
Disfidnza,/. distrust
Disfidare, to challenge,
defy
Disfigurare, to disfigure
Disfigurato, adj. d,-fo,:med

Disfigurazidne,/ disfiguring
Disfingere, to dissembli
Distngimnto, m. dissimula

brdrsi,
clear

to

air

the

Disfiorare, to deJlo4
Disfiorato, part, deflowered

Disfrenamnto,

PART

I.

,n.

profit.

)isii,Yparre, to forget

lisimpedfre, not to hinder


isimpegnare, to disengage;

disimpegnarsi di sua parola,

Disgradiinnto, m. contempt
Disgradire, to
dislike
displease
Disgrto, adj disagreeable
Disgravamnto, m.
unload-

Di^imnt^"i'J
Dis
mpiegdto,

a.

^"'"^"^'"^
unemployed
f.

aversion

Disinfmto, adi.
sincere
'
'

pie

tlm
"""

)isingannre, to undeceive
)isingann<ito, part. undeceiV'

Disgravare, to unload, ease

Disgravidamnto,

m.

deli-

Disinteressato,

adj.

bring forth

to

disaster.

Pei

DisinterSsse, m.

adj.

impar-

disinterested-

Di"fnvitre, io disinvite
Disinvolto, adj. free, dexter-

un-

Disinvoltura,/, dexterity, vi*'

Disgraziato, adj. unhappy, dis-

/.

Disfornfre, to unfurnish
DisfomXto, part. ^ unfurnish-

u.,ly

iderso, adj. desirous


^.oigillare, tou7,seal
Disimpacciato, adj. disintri-

Disinffgnert
Disinffrigert,
to feign, d.^^emuic
Disinfintarante, adv. sincere-

Disfortunto,
ad.
unfortu'
'
"
nate
Disfrancre, to weaken

Disidrio, m. (see Desidrio)


Disidervole, adj. desirable
Disiderosarante, adv. desir.

t(

-'ity, skill
^.o., m. desire

uncivil,

Disiosamnte,

Disgregare, to separate
Disgregato, part separated
Disgregazine,

ai

de

adj,

Disgradato, part, disliked


Disgradvole, adj. disagree

Disgrazidso,

Disformare, to disfigure
Disformato, part, deformed
gisformazidne,/ deformity

to

and Disiderbile,

"'"'

Disgra?ire, to disgrace
Disgraziatamente, adv.

relief

sue, wish, long for


Disiato,

DismclinaziBne,

Disfogare, to evaporate
Disfogliare, to strip oJTleavc,

of

beeins
^

disgrzia, adv. unfortunate-

Disfioramnto, m. dehorati

Disformit, i'.dejhrmUy
Disfornare, to take out

remove;

disagreea-

and Disiderlre,

Disgradare, to
dislike,
de
sptse, scoru: io te ne disgrado, I do not thank you

Disgravidre,
Disgrzia,

Disfi nfre, to define, e:rptain


Disfinitre, m. mho defines

Disfogamnto, m.

Disgiu'ntlvo, adj. disjunctive

adj.

Disgusto, m. displeasure
Disgustso, adj. sad, grievous

Disiare,

Disgnio, m. aversion

Disfatta,/, a defiat, a rout


IJistavillante, adj sparklins
Disfavillare, to sparkle
^
Disfavre, m. displeasure
Disfavorvole, adj. unkind,
adverse, contrary

Disferm^re,

^i^Sn^ivoe,

Disfrenatamnte, adv- fiercely

adu.

desirous-

Disidso, adj. de-tirous


Disistancrsi, to
rest

Jissipa-

one't

disgregazine di spia wandering of the Dislacciare,


Vo extricate

Ditgrignre,

Disgroppare,

to

Dislagre, to spread, to extend


Disleale, adj. unfaithful, treacherous, false
Dislealrante, adv. perfidioiu-

grin
undo

to

Disgrossare, to sketch
Disguagiiante, adj. unlike

Disguaglinza,/',-eyuumy
Disguaglire, to be unequal
Disguaglito, a,lj. unequal

Dislealt,/ dislpyalty
|Dislegre, to untie, loose;
to
explain, to discover
Disleghvole, ad^. dissolubln

-'---
*" aispiease,
Di.sgustre;
-'B^o^'^^j, iu
vex;\
disgustarsi, tojegin to loath
j

DIS
Dislocitre,

DIS

displace,

io

re-

DIS

Disobbligantemnte, adv. un'


politely

Disordinato,'

<!<(; tofcy, intodebauched


Disardine, m. confusion
Disorganizzato, adj that hat
tke organs disordered
Disorrvole, adj. aishonoura-

lent,

Dislogare, and Disluogdre, to Disobbligcire, to acquit, discharge, displease, disoblige


mU out ef place
Dislogazine, /. and Dislo- Disobbligazidue, /. requital,
reward, displeasure
gamnto, m. putting out of
Disoccupare, to free from care ;
joint
disoccuparsi, to free one's
Dismagire, to draw, to entice
out of the right road
Dismaglire,
open
the Disoccupato, adj. at leisure.
to

Me

Disraantrsi, to uncloak

Dismarriranto, m. comterna-

Dismembraranto,

Dismembrare,
Dismemorto,

to

die-

dismember

adj. stupid, for-

getful

Dismenticntc,

euij.

Dismentiejiza,

/. forgeiful-

forget-

Dismenticre, to forget
Dismsso, part, dismissed
Dismettere, to dismiss ; ho dismsso di bere, / have lift off
drinking
Dismisura, /. excess. A di
misura, adv. exceedingly
Dismisurire, to go
beyond
the bounds, to act rvithout

Dismisuratamnte,

adv.

excessive

Dismodiito, adj. disorderly

of a conveid
Dismontare, to

dismount, a-

Disolto, part, desolated


Disolatra, /. the cutting ojf
the sole of the shoe
Diiolaziiine,/. derastaiion
Disolfire. to ejeiract the sulphureous parts out of a body
Disonest, f. dishonesty, ob-

DisoTol<ito, adj. dislocated


Dispaccare, to cnt asunder

to love

to

no more
change tut

Disnaturto, adj. unnatural


Disnebbiare, to gran' fair
Disnebbiato, aJj. unclouded
Disnerrre, to enervate
Disnerrto, part, weakened
Disnidir, to leave the nest
Disnodare, to undo, untie
Disnodevole, adj. easily unDisncire,

to

/.

ly,

much

Disoppitto, adv. secretly


Disoppilre, to loosen the belly
Di sdpra, or Disdpra, prep.

Di soprappi, adv. over and


Disorbitante,

atlj.

Disorbitantemtnle,
travagantly

a<lj.

nmero
number

dispert-

vi.

d'et,

dispari,
;

i'e

odd

an

noi siamo dispari,


are not o/ the same

adv.

unequal-

ly
Disparire,

and Disparre, t
disappear
Disparisc^nte, adv. unsightly,
disfigured
Disparit, f. inequality; disparit d'opinini, contrariety
of opinions
Disparito, adj. altered, pale
Disparfamnte, adv. here and

exorbitant,

adv.

ex-

Disordinare, to disorder; disordin^e nel mangiare, to coi

ditoUig-

Disordiuataoir.te, adv. diter-

immoderately
Disobbligute,

ih.

Dispdri, adj. unlike, uneven

Disparimnte,

ble

disobedi-

to slrip

Disobbediignza,

clear

Dispargimnto,
dishonour
Disonorre,
Disonorato, adj. dishonoured
Disonre, m. and Disonorna,
f. dishonour
Disonorvole, adj. dishonoura-

m. (in ptetry) dU-

honour
Disnudre,

much

Dispacciare, to dispatch
Dispaccio, m. dispatch
Dispaiare, t unmatck
Disparre, io forget
DiS5>aato. part, forgotten
DisparScchi, pron. pi. #

Disparecchiire,

fully
Di soperchio, adv. superfluous-

Disnaturire,

idv. too

Disonestre, to dishonour
Disonestarsi, to be dishonest
Disonestto, adj. dishonourable
Disonsto, adj. hrvd, disho-

Disonorevolmente, and Disonoratamente, adv. disgrace-

Disnamorire,

unbury

Disc

im-

moderately
Dismisurdto, ad.
invneasura"^
ble,

to

Disolamnlo, m. desolation
Disolre, to ruin, lay waste

asun-

Dispartitamnte,

adv.

Dispartito,

parted,

at'

mho

di-

part,

Dis]iartit()re,

Disparu.tZza,

m.
/.

slender

Dispaiiito, adj. thin, slttdtr

DIS

DIS

DIS
Dispassionamnto,

m.

apa- Dispiacnte, adj. displeasing


Dispiacenza, /. and Dispia-

Dislfastoire, io take oj- the


fetters frmn a horse's leg

Dispendere, to expend
Dispndio, m. expense, cost
Dispendiosamente, adv. cost-

row

dispiacenza
take something

pigliar

d'una cosa,

to

'-

Dispensa,/.

nntry

Bispensdbile,

adj.

fully, disdainfully

Disprzzo, m. contempi, scorn


Disprigionre, to free from

"-

Dispiacvole,
sant

lardet
dispei

distribute,

di-

Dspensatfva, /. the dispensa-

Dispensto, part, distributed


Dispensatdre, m. dispenser
Dispensazine, /. and Dispen-

samnto, m. dispensation,

"f
Dispen(re,

adj.
to

despaired

despair

deh

perche mi fate disperare?


ft'/i^ do you tease me so f
Disperatamdnte, adv. desperately

alia disperata, rash-

'y

Disperato, adj. despaired

of,

Disperazidne, /. and Disperamnto, m. despair


Disprdere, to consume

Disperdimnto,

m.

disper-

Disprgere,
to
scatter,
squander, disperse

unplea-

ously
Dispiacevolzza, /. and Dispiacimnto, m. discontent
Disjiiaciuto, jMrt. displeased
Dispianre, to explain ; dispianrsi, to lay end's self

Dispianto, adj. plain, explain-

li-

Dispensiro, and Dispensire,


Disperbile,

adj.

Dispiacevolmnte, adv. griev-

ble

Dispensare, io

Disprezzato, part, contemned


Disprezzvole, part, contempii-

DispreZzevoImnte, adv. scorn

Dispendiso, adj. chargaahle


Dispeiinto, ad), featherless

Disprezzativo, adj. confemptti-

to

Dispergimnto,

i. scattering,
ruin, rant, defeat
Dispergitore,
a destroyer
Disperse, adv. separately
Dispersione,/, dispersion
Disperso, part, dispersed
Dispettdbile, adj. despicable
Dispettre, to despise
Dispettto, part, vexed, slighl-

Dispiccre, to pull up
Dispiccire, to dispatch
Dispiegare, to
display, set
forth
pispietatamnte, adv. cruelly
Dispietdto, adj. unmet ciful
Dispodestare, to put out of
power ;
dispodestarsi,
to
resign one's porver, authority

Dispogliare, to undress
Dispogliato, part, undressed
Disponiranto, m. disposition,

Disponitdre, m. mho disposes


Dispopolatdre, m. a destroyer
Disprre, to dispose, prepaie
Dispositre, m. a dispo'ser
Disposizine,/, disposition
Dispostamente, adv. orderly
DispostZZa,/. disposition
Dispsto, part, disposed
Dispoticamente, adv. despotically

Dispotico, adj. arbitrary


Dispotismo, m. despotism.
Dispregvole,
adj.
despica-

DisproporZiorito,
proportioned

part,

dis-

Disproporzine,/, inequality
Disprovvedutamnte, adv. un-

Disprovvedto, part, unprovided, unfurnished


Disprunre, to rut thorns
Dispulzellare,

to

dcjlimer

Dispumato, adj. frothy


Dfsputa,/ dispule, debate
Disputabile, adj. disputable
Dispiitaninto, jn. anil DispU'
tazine,/. disputatian
Disputante, adj. disputant
Disputiire, to dispute, debate
Disputativo, adj. disputable
Disputito, part, dispnted
Disputatre, m. a disputant
Disquisizine,/, disquisition
Disradicare, to root up

Disramre,

to

prune

DisredSre, disinherit
Disredato, part, disinherited
Disregola'tamnt-e, adv. disor
derly
Disruvidfre, to smooth, polish,

Dissagrto,' pari, polluted


Dissalare, to unsatt
Dissaporfto, adj. insipid
Dissavorso, adj. insipid
Dissecazine, /. dissection

Disseccdre, to dry up
Disseccativo, adj. apt to dry
Disseminare, to sorv, spread

Dispregevolmnte, adv. scornfully

Dispregiamnto, m. contempt
ble

Dispetti vamn te, adv. disdainfully


Dispetto, m. an affront, spite :
avere in or a disptto, to
despise.
In disptto, adv.
in spite of
Dispettosamente, adv. {spitefully
Dispettso, adj reproachful

Dispregiare, to despise, scorn


Dispregiato, part, contemned
Dispregiatore, and Disprezza-

m: despiser
and
Disprezzamnto, m. contempt, scorn
tre,

Dissenteria./, bloody Jlux


Dissentrico, aij. one that [it
troubled rvith the bloody Jlme

Disprgio,

Disprezzbile, adj. despicable

Disprezznte, adj. disdainful


D!prezzantemnte,adv.proudDispreizare, to detpise, flight

Disseparre, to separate
Disserrare, to open, unlock
Disserrato, part, unlocked
Dissertazine,/, dissertation
Disservtgio, m. disservice
Dissest^e, to disordrr

DIS
OUsetire,

and

Dissetarsi,

to

Disiezine,/. distectwn
Dissigillare, io break a seal
Dissillabo, m. dissyllable

Dissimigliante, adj. unlike


Dissimiglidnza,/. difference
Dissimigliare, to differ
Dissimile, adj. unlike
Dissimililiidine,/ unlikeness
Dissimulare, to dissemble ; dissimul la moneta, he debased

DIS

Dissuria, /. difficulty in

mak-

DistinzixSne,/. dist'metion

ing water
Distgliere, to divert from
Distaccamento, m. a pulling Distoglimnto, m. the act oj
away, a detachment, (in
diverting
war)
Distonire, to go out of tune
Distaccare, to dram by forcf
Distrcere, to twist, wreath
distaccarsi, to part
non Distomamnto. m. hinderarut
""
posso distaccarmi da questo
inder
luogo, / cannot leave this Distrre, to dissuade, rcm^
;

place

Jistaglire, io cut in pieces, to


I

Distagliatra,

Dissimulatamente,

adv.

/.

separation.

co-

vertly

Dissimulato, part, dissembled


Dissimulatre, m. a dissem-

Distante, adj. distant


Distanza, and Distanzia,

/.

bler

'

Dissimulazidne, f. hypocrisy,

Distrtta,/ distress
Distrettamente, adv. rigorous-

Dissipamnto, m. and Dissi- Distemperamnto, m. diste


paZidne, m. dissipation
per
Dissipare, to scatte.
la neb- Distempernza, and Diste
bia si dissipa, the fog disperatezza,/. intemperanci
perses
Distemperare, to dissolve
Dissipatfvo,
and Dissipato, Distemperatamule, adv.
;

part, dissipated, dispersed

Dissipatre, m. a waster
Dissipazine, f. a squander-

Distemperatura, /.

disord

adv.

disso-

lutely

Dissolutzza, /. excess, licen-

DissoluzicSne,/. dissolution
Dissotnigliante, adj. unlike
Dissomigliiaza,
unlikef.

tinctly

extirpate
Distsa,/, a stretching. AUa
distsa, adv. at large
Distesamente, adv. extensive-

Distso, adj. large, long;


distso, spranUiifg
Distico, m. a distich

Distillamnto,

ni. distillation

cervello sopra qualche


cosa, io puzzle one's brains

il

Dissontiiglivole, 'adj. different

Dissonante, adj disagreeing


Dissonanza,/, jarring

about something

Dissonarsi, to awake
Dissovvenlre, to have forgot-

Dissuadre, io dissuade
Dissuasinp,/. dissuasipn
Dissuaso, part, dissuaded

Dissuggellato, adj. unsealed

Distretto, adj. pressed, crowded ; amico distrtto, intimate friend, parenti distrtti, near relations
Distrtto, m. district
Djstribuiranto, m. distribu-

Distributivo,

Distenebrare, to clear up
Distensine,
extension
Disterminre, to exterminate,

Distillante, adj. distilled


Distillare, to distil: distillarsi

Dissomigliare, to differ, vary


Dissomigliato, adj unlike

Dissuasrio, adj. dissuasive


Dissuetdine,/, disuse
Dissuggellare,
break
to

Distrettatezza,/ severity

Distribuire, to divide, share


Distribuito, part, distributed
Distribuitdre, m. distributer
Distributivamente, adv. dis-

up.

plough
Dissolubile, and Dissolutivo,
adj. dissolvable
Dissolvente, adj. dissolvent
Dissolvere, to dissolve

Dissolutamente,

Distorto^ adj crooked, bent


Distrare, and Distrarre, to
avert from ; quando uno
invecchia in un vizio^ difficilmente sene distrae, ai
old sinner seldom repents
Di strafro, adj. by stealth
Distratto, adj. absent
Distrazine,'/, distraction

Distillato, part, distilled


Distillatio, m. a still
Distillatre, m. a distiller
Distillazine,/, distillation

distinguish ;
to
distinguersi, to sigrtalizt one's
self
adv. distinctly
Distintiva, /. and Distintivo,
m. mark, sign, token
Distinto, part, dlstingtiished

Distinguere,

Distintamente,

adj.

distribu

Distributre, m. divider
Distribuzine,/, distribution
Distrigare, to disintangle ; to
unfoljt:

distrigarsi,

to

dis-

Jtit angle one's self


Diitrlgnere, to tie : bind : ssere distrtto di paura, to be
in a fright
Distrignimnto, m. binding,

tying
Distruggere,

/(> destroy; distruggersi, to melt


Distruggiranto, m. and Dis-

/. destruction, over-

throw
Distruggi tlvfl

destrttc-

Distniggitre, wi. j dtsiroyer


Distruttivo, adj destructive
Distrtto, port, destroyed
Distruttre, m. a destroyer
Disturre, to unstop
Disturbamnto, m. and 'Disturbnza,/. disorder, confa-

Disturbare, to disturb
disturbed,
Disturbato, part,
disordered

DIT

DIS
Disturbatre, m. a disturber
Disturbo, m. disturbance

Disviscer*re,

Di S. prep, above, upon


Disvalre, to prejudice
Disvalre, m. weakness
Disvantilggio, m.
disadvai

Disvischirsi, to get rid of a

to

unbowel,

Disvjtirchire, to disemba

Disvariaranto, m. variation
Disvariire, to differ
Disvaridto, adj. different
man ; disumanarsi, (u
Disvario, m. difere,ice, co,
troversy, a mistake ; v'd gran Disunianiito, and Disumai
disvrio fra questo e quello,
adj. inhuman, cruel
Disiinfbile, adv. divisible
there is a great different
between this and that
Disunine,
a disunion
Disubbidinte, adv. disohediei.^ Disunire, to disunite, divide.
Disubbidientemente, adv. disPerche, crudo destine
obediently
Disubbidienza,/ disobedie
stringe ? why, cruet destiny,
Disubbidire, to disobey
do you part us, since In
Disubbidito, part, disobeye
unites us f
Disudire, to pretend 7101
Disunitamente, adv. separai

hear

Divagamnto, m. a wandering
Divagare, to wander, rove
Divallamnto, m. a descending
Divallare, to descend
Divampare, to flash, flame
Divanzare, v. precede
Divano, m- the divan (in Tur-

key)
Divantggio, adv. more
Divariare, (o vary, differ
Divrio,!, variance': grande

'

to

Disvelare, to unveil
Disvelato, part, discovered

Disnto, adj. lean

il

Disvolre, to refuse
Disusanza, /. disuse;
av
disusnia d'un luogo, to be
a stranger to a place
Disusare, to disuse
Disusatamente, adv. unusually
Disusato, adj. unusual

Disvelat(5re, a discovere:

Disvllere, to pluck, to pull


up, mrin^, get out
Disventre, to faint, rvaste,

Distile, adj. useless

cay
[hap Disutilit,/, uselessness
Disventura, /. misfortune, mis- Disutilmente, adv. unprojita-

Disv
fortun

Disventur^to, adj. unhicky


Disvergindre, to dejlorver

Di

adv. with the edge


Dita, m. j,l. the fingers
Ditale, m. a thimble
Di tanto in tanto, adv. nor

DisuggelUire, to unseal
Disuggelldto, part, unsealed

Disuguaglianza, and Disugualit,/, inequality


Disuguale, adj. unequal

Disugualmente, adv. unequally

Dif viamnto, m. a wandering


Disviare, to draw out of the
;

disviarsi,

tazine,/. devastation

young
Divedre,
dare

show,

to

divedere,

vince

vince

you

convince;
conto

dar divedere

vi

that

you are

in the

wrong
Divellere, and DivSrre, to pluck
up, root up

Divelto, part, plucked out


-^i^enire, to become: to befall
il

nmero

grande,

the
'

vili bl

divenne

pi

number g>ew

'

:>?

7vhat

eofm
w: diventar

)iterminto,' adj determinate


)iterminazine,/. resolution
)itestazine,/ detestation
)ito, m. the finger, the toe
il
dito grosso della mane
the thumb; dito, an invi.

a finger's
at one
su la

breadth;

nille

Diventato, pmt. become


Div&bio, i. a dialogue
n: ^,,
,..
;
;^/^^

punta delle

i^^ff^.

; adv. diversely
Diversificamnto, m. dijjer-

mos

aver qualche cos

Diversificre,

and Diversare,

'

ficio,

part,

diverti-

Jled

Diversificazine,/ variation
Diversifico, adj. different

ppre, to steal

Di tratto, adv. suddenly


Di tratto ir. tratto, adv.

and then

to

dita, to

Disviatamnte, adv. wanderhave a thing at one's finger


ingly
_
Disviatezza,/. a straying
Ottono, adj. of two parts i
Disviato, ad wandering
Disviatdre, m. and Disviatrfce,/. a wanderer, debaucher
Disviluppre, to disentangle.

divrio, the difference is

Divastimnto, m. and Divas-

Divecchamnto, m. growing

Divelllmnto, m. plucking

l^glio,

Disvestire, to undress
Disvezzare, to disuse
Disvezzato, part, disused

nay, to degenerate
to wander

Ditra5i(5ne,/. detraction
Ditrincire, tu cut in piece
Dittamo, m. dittany (herb)
Dittare, to dictate
Dittato, m. a dictate, a precept
Dittatre, m. a dictator
Dittatorio, adj. diclaiary
Dittatura,/ dictatorship
Dittngo, m. a diphthong
Diturpre, to disfigure
Diva,/, (in poetry) a goddess,
a mistress

noi

DIV
Diversi,

pron.

pi.

DOL

DOt)
avert,

Di verso, prip. towards


Diversdrio, m. inn, tavern
DiT3rtere, to divert
DiTerticoIo, m. a digressicn
Divertimnto, . att of diverting, diversion
DiverWre, to divert, interrupt ;
divertirsi, to take one's pleaDivestJre, to undress
Divetl^re, to beat tht rvool
Divettfno, m. beater of

the

Divisine, /. division, diiunionj


discord
Divisivo, adj. separable
Diviso, part, divided
Divisre,
a divider
Di vista, adv. by sight
Divizia, /. plenty, a_ffluence ;
i firutti quest' anno sono in
gran divizia, fruit is this

'.

Ddga, /. the side-board, clap

Doganire

custom-house-

year very plentiful


Divizidso, adi. plentiful
Divino, adj. heavenly
Divo, adj. (in poetry) divine,
excellent, heavenly

ogre, to
put, or

gird

mend

about, to
clapthe

hoards

Ddge, m. doge, eaptain-gene-

Divolgamnto, m. divulging
Divezzare, to mean
Divezzo, part, unaccustomed
D' ivi, adv. from thence
Divire, (see Deviare)
Diviatamente, adv. nimbly,

Diveltare,

to divulge, publish
to translate intc

Di volgari zzare,

vulgar language
Divolgato, part, divulged
Divolgazine,/. divulgation

Dividente, adj. dividing


Dividere, to divide; dividersi,
Dividitdre, m. a sharer
Divietamnto, m. prohibition
Divietare, to forbid
Divietato, part, prohibited
Divietazi<5ne, /. and Divito,
prohibition
Divinamente, adv. divinely.

excellently

Divinamnto, m. divination
Divinare, to divine, guess at
Divinatre, conjurer
Divinamnto, in. and Divinazidne, /. conjuration
Divincolamnto, m. and Divincolazidne,/. con<<r/iou
Divincolare, to wrest
Divinit,/, deity, a god, a god-

/ gluUw,y
Divoramento, m. greediness,

^g

msam

Dogliso, adj. grieved

Divoraradnti, m. hector, quarreleome fellow


Divorante, adj. devouring
Divorare, to devour
Divorallvo, adj. devouring
Divota'to, part, devoured
Divoratura, and Divorazidne,

/ ,!cvoa,ig
Divdrzio, m.
ture

depar-

divorce,

Divotamnte, adv. devoutly


D'vdto, adf. pious, godly
Diuretico, adj diuretic
Diurno, adj. daily
Diuturnamente, adv. diumal-

Diuturnit, /.

long

eontinu-

Diuturno, adj. lasting


io

Dogma, m.

tenet, doctrine

Dogmtico, adj dogmatic


Dogmatizzare, to dogmatize
ogni intdmo, adv. on eveny

side

Dolce, adj. sweet, fresh, pleasant, agreeable. D.olce dolce,


adv. agreeably, little by little : partirsi a bocca dolce,
to retire quite happy ; came

what a

dolce parla!

Dolcemente, adv.

Divozine, f. devotion

Divulgare,

diottre,

ytifc-

lish

Divinizzafidne,/. a deifying
Divino, adj. divine
Divisa,/, division, a livery, j
coal of arms
Divisamente, adv. separately
Divisamente, m. separation,

Divulgato, part, divulged


Dizionrio, m. a dictionary

thought, project
Divisare, to think, imagine, to
describe, divide: share, determine, diversify
Divisatamnte, adv. distinctly
Divisato, part, disfigured, altered : tutto divisato, Ae is

Doccia, /.

Divisibile, adj. divisible


Divisibilit,/ divisibility

(in child birth)

Doglinte, adj. grieving


Ddglio, m. a tun, cask

quickly, readily
Diviito, adj. quick
Dividendo, m. a dividend

D' oggi in domani, adv. eveiy


Ddglia, and Doglinza, /.
grief, pain, complaint
Ddglie, /. pi. labour, travail

street

softly, gent-

ly, foolishly

Dc-Zza,/. sweetness, charm,

pleasure
Ddlcia,/. snnne's blood
sweet,

Dolcito, adj.

charm-

Dolcicandro, adj. melodious


Dolcificare, to calm, appease
Dolcificazine, /. a sneeten-

Dizidne,/. diction, dominion

Doina,/.

(see

Dogana)

Dobla, /. and Dobldne, m.

an earthen

adj. 'mild', (of ivealher

J)
Dolentemente,

adv.

doleful-

ca
rable.

Dolere,

dolente!

mi dudle

la

ben
testa, my head aches
di voi onde mi doglia,
/ have good reason to complain of you
Dolorato, adj. abided, vexed.
:

DOcile, adj. tractable


Docilit,/ tractableness
Documnto, m. instrvction
Dodicsimo, adj the treelflh

_.-

grieve, suffer

ho

DOM

DOP

DoMre, m. pain ;

i dolrfri del
parto, pangs in child-birth
Dolorosamente, adv. grievously, mrrorvfully
Dolorso, adj. painful, sorrowful, imhappy, rvicked
Dolosamente, adv. deceitful-

ly

Dolso, adj deceitful


Doluto, part complained
Dolzafna, /. Dolzaino,

m, a

hafitboy

Domabile,

adj. tameable

Domanda,/.
Domandare,
quest

Dimanda)

,ee

demand,

to

inquire

padrone

vi

il

re-

vostro

domanda, your

Damine !

DoppiatCira,/ the act cf di


I'ling, avgmeniution
Doppire, and Doppiro,

Dommaschino,

adj.

rose

Do,.piezza,

slyness,

ci

Dommsco, m. damask
Donagiiine, /. and Donamnto,
m. a gift, present
Donante, adj giving
Donare, lo give
Donatario, m. a donee {law

term)
Donativo, m. and Donazine,
gift, present, donation
Donato, part, given
Donatre, m. a giver

Dnde?

whence? don-

adv.
ron.

deuce

inteij. the

Dominicale, adj. dominical


Dominio, m. dominion
Dmma, i. a dogma

relai.

rohereof,

.of whom

to

Dondolare,

to

swing,

:o

pi riccu

dT<

you; duplicity; (also) in


chimes of bells
Dppio, adj. double, deceitful donna dppia, a pregnant woman febbre dppia,
a continual fever. A il, or
;

al dppio, adv. doubling, at

much again

il doppio pi.
ricco di voi, he is as rich
;

again ae you
Doppine, jn. a Spanish

pis-

loiter

Domandassra, adv. to-^mor- Dndolo, m. the thing fwing, adv. every n


rom niffht
volre il dondolo, to
love
Dorare, to gild
Domandato, part, demanded,
Dondolna,/. and Dondolne, Dorato, adj gilt
m. a loiterer. A dondolni, Doratre, tn. gilder
Domandatdre, m. a demander,
adv. dingle-dangle
Doratura, /. and Doramnto,
Domandazine, f. a request, Dnna, f woman, wife, mistress; Nostra Dima, the Dor, adj. of gold cc
1''/- 1'
Virgin Mary; donna noJ plate
Domane, m. {see Dimane)
Doman l'altro, m. the day after
nalfuco, m. a sleepy idle

to-morrorv
to tame, humble, conquer

Domare,

Dc>rmentrio,Dormentro, and
Dormit<5rio, m. a dormitory

Domato, part, subdued


Domatre, m. conqueror
Domattina,
to-morrorv
m.

Dormicchiare,

and

Dormi-

Donnescamnte, adv. effemii. (Dio) God


Domnica,/; Sunday
Domenicale, and Dominicale,
adj. belonging to Sunday;

Doraenedlo,

l'orazine domenicale,
Lord's prayer

friar
Domesticare,

{see

^Dimcsti-

white

Doniestichgzza, /. familiarity,
kindness, love
Domstico, 7(1. a servant
Domestico,
adj.
familiar,
tameable, do-

Domicflio, m. habitation
Dominante, adj. reigning
Dominare, to domineer ;

Dorminte, adj. sleeping


Dormigline, i. sluggard.
Dormigliso, adj sleepy, dull

Dormire,
fuco,

to sleep
to he

dormire

negligent;

al

non

pu dormire e far la guardia, one cannot do ttvo tliings

Donno, m. master, lord


Dnno, adj. gentle, happy

si

Dnnola,/, a weazle
Donnne, m. a jolly woman
Dno, m. gift, present ; in
dono, as a gift
Donz70, m. a small gifl

Dormtre, m.

{see

Dormigli-

Donzlla,/, and Donfello, m.


bachelor, knight, bail^, esquire, tipstaff

Donzelletta,/ a damsel

Dopo, prep,

after,

since,

be-

Dorso, m. the back of a beast


piegare il dorso, to submit
Dosa, and Dose, /. a dose cf
physic
Dossi, m. pi. skins oj squtr-

un

monte che domina la citt,


a hill commanding the tnrvn
Dominatre, m. ruler, lord
Dominazine, /. and Dorafnio, m. dominion, power,
authority

ejffeminaie,

ench

m..

adj.

adj.

the

Domenicano,

Domvole,

nately

Donnsco,

Dopo

che, conj. after that

Dppia,

/.

pistole,

hem,

Dossire, and Dossire,


blanket, coverlid

m. a

m. the back; dar il


dsso, lo turn one's back;
levarsi da dsso, to gel rid

Dsso,

DUO

DOV
Do^re,

to jninfure, to endorv,
to bestow ; la natura 1' ha

doWta d'una gran

bellzza,

nature has endowed her rvith


great beauty
Dotilo, part, \endorved, adorn-

'

Ognuno il suo dcviUo, to DuMtamnto, m. doubt, ;u<give every one his due
Dozzina, f. a dozen ; tenre
a dozzina, to board
mettersi in dozzina, to intrude
one's self; poeta da dozzina.
:

ly

Dote, and
Dotta,

'/.

Dota,

portion,

f.

an hour, a favour-

able opportunity

nere in dotta,

to

fear;
keep

te-

in

Dottamente, adv. learnedly


Dotto, adj learned
Dottorale, adj. doctoral
Dottorare, to lake or give the
degree of doctor
Dottorato, m. doctorship
Dottre, m. teacher, doctor
Dottorello, Dottorzzo, and
Dottorccio, VI. an ignorar
doctor
Dottrina,/ doctrine
Dottrinale, adj. instructive
Dottrinare, to instruct, teach
Dottrinato, part, instructed

Dozzinante,
a boarder
Dragante,/, gum-dragant
Draghinassa,/, a rapier
Drago, m. a dragon
Dragom.-inno, m. interpreter
Dragondto, part, dragooned
DragcSne, m. a dragoon
Dragonta, /. grass plantain

Dramma,
bit,

/. a
piece: a

Drammtico,
Drappelldre,

dram

to

rveighi

tragedy,

adj.

dramatic

display the co

Drajipelletto, m. a small troo}


Drappllo, m. a troop, a flag
Drapperia, /. drapery, sii,

Dubitato, part, doubted


Dubitazine,/, uncertainty
Dubitevolmnte, adv. doubtfully
Dca, m. a general, commander, chief, a duke
Ducale, adj. ducal
Ducalmente, adv. like a duke

Ducato,

i.

dukedom,

Ducatne, m. a

ducatoon, a

Duce, m. (in poetry) a captain,


general

officer

Duca, /. a dukedom, duchy


Dcere, to lead, conduct
Ducha,/, the territories of a
duke
DuchSsco, adj. ducal, (of a
Duchssa,/, duchess

Duchessina,/ a young duchess


Duchino, m. young duke
Due, m. and adj. two tra le
;

mercante di drappi,

due, cosi, cosi, so. so; indifferently; stare intra due,


to be irresolute

going

Duecento, m. and adj.


Dugnto)
Duellante, m. a duellist
DuelUre, tofght a duel

t dve, whereas, when


D(5ve, m. (lugo) a place.
sapete il dve ? do you knorv
the place t La dve, adv.

Doverh, adv. any where


Dovechesfa, adv. wherever
Doventre, to become
Dovente, adj. owing
Dovre, to owe must ; dev
'

Duellatre, and Duellista,


dueller, or duellist

Dullo, ni. a duel


Duetdnti,
adv.

Drga,/, a drug
Droghetfa,/. drugs
Droghire, m. a

DuEtto,

as

{see

m.

many

a duet (in music)

ssere cosi, it must he so


druggist, Dugencinqunta, m. and adj.
che dobbiamo fare ? who
grocer
two hundred andjifty
must we do? devo andare Dromedrio, ni. a dromedary
Dug'nto, m. and adj. imo
in citt, I am forced to go Druda, /. a sweetheart, a nilshundred
into the city
ci scudi,

he

crowns
Dovre, m. duty

mi deve diones me ten

Dnido, m.

lover.

DriSdo,

adj skilful, valiant


;

far

dovre, I'll do my best;


pi del dovre, more tha.
necessary
dovre, adv. in earnest
Dovizia, /. store, riches
fa

t/ity

Da

,^

dovizia, to

Dulcicanro, adj. melodious


Dulcificnte, a<y. softening
Dulciicre, to soften

Dumfla, or Duemila, m. and


adj. two thousand
Dubbiamnte.Dubhiosamnte,
and
Dubbitativamnte, Dumo, m. (in poetry) bush,
Druido, m. a Druid

il

briars, brambles
plains, downs
then,
adv.

Duna,/,
Dnque,

Dnque non

make presents

Doviziosamente, adv. pienti

doubt mttere ii
dubbio, to doubt
)ubbiosit, /. uncertainty
Dubbiso, Dubitso, and Du
bitativo, adj. dubious
DubiUbile, adj. uncertain
i04
Dubbio',

di farlo

Duo, m. and

what.
son io capace
am I not
!

what
adj.

(in poetry}

EBB
Puomo, m,

a cnthedral

fooU

to double

Duplicare,

Duplicatamente, adv. doubly


Duplicato, part, doubled
Duplicazine,/ a doubling
Duplicit, Duplicitide, and
Duplicitte, /.
dissimula-

Ebdomadrio, m. head of
convent for the week

grow weak

E'bere, to

Ebete, adj. weak


Ebollimnto, m.
.

Durbile, adj. durable


Durabilit,/, continuance
J)rrabilmatc, adv. continually

and Ebol-

lizione, J.
ebolenoioo-.iing;
lizidne di sangue, heat of
;

siaslically

Durcine, adj. hard (said of Ebraismo, m. Hebraism, I


Ebro, adj. Hebrew, Jew
fruit)

Duramente,

adv.

cruelly,

Durare,

Ecclesistico,
cal
Ecclesistico,

get

adj.

ectlesiasti-

m.

clergy-

cT^"

to last, to continue, to

hold Ota

il

suo dominio dura


dominions extend

fin l,

Ms

io that

place

E'bro. anrf Ebridso, adj. arunk-

Ebmo',

Durata, /. duration
questo
tempo non avr lunga durata, this weather rvil not
:

hng

last

to

Ebnto, ad], drunk, fuddled


Kbrz?a,and Ebriet,/, drunk-

roughly, difficultly
Durante, adj. during, lasting

Old Testament)
Ecclesiasticamente, adv. eccle-

Ebrico, adj. Jewish

Durativo, adj. lasting, steady


Durato, pari, continued
Duretto, cdj. hard, tough
Durvole, ailj. durable
Durvolmente, adv. corUinuaily_

and febmeo,

adj. hard, firm, strong,


robust, cruel, obstinate, laborious, harsh ; capo duro, a

blockhead
DurStlo, adj. somewhat tough
Dttile, adj. malleable
Duttilit,/, ductility

Duttdre, m. a leader, guide

Duumvirato, m. duumvirate
Dumviri, m. pi. duumvirs,
(magistrates in the

Roman

Eccednte, adj. exceeding


Eccedentemente, adv. exceedingly

Eccidgnza,/

excess

Eccdere,

to surpass, excel
Eccellfnte, adj. excellent
Eccelentemhte. adv. excel-

Eccellnza, and Eecellnf la./.


excellency.
Per eccellnza,
adv. excellently
Eccellere, io excel
Eccelsr.mr.te, adv. loftily
Eecelsitudine, /.
h'ghness
(title of a prince)
Eccflso, adj. high, lofty
Eccentricamente, adv. eccentrically

Eccentricit, /. eecentncity,
deviation from the centre

Eccessivo, adj. excessive

Eccetera, /. note of abbreviation.

'

ed, con;, and; questi


quello; this and thai

E,

is

egli ,

E-bbrio,

and Ebbrioso,

cS-C.

Eccetto, and Eccettoch, conj.


but, except
Eccettuare, and Eccettre, to
J

Ebanista, m. a worke
ebony, a cabinet-maker
E'bano, m. ebony
Ebbr2a, Ebbriet, and Ebbriachzza,/. drunkenness
Ebbrico. adj. drunk, drunkadj.

here

l,

>

am

ready

white as ivory

Eccentrico, adj. eccentric


Eccessivamente, adv. excesa-

republic}

pronto,

adj.

eccolo

Ecatmbe, and Ecatmbe, /.


an hecatomb (a sacrifice of Echio, m.
herb)
a hundred cattle)

lenilo

Vwro,

book;

Eccettuato, adj. excepted


Eccettuazidne, and Eccezine, /. e-rcep/ion, ./(^rence

Ecchegginte, a. echoing,

re-

Eclessre, to eclipse
Eclissalo, part, eclipsed
Eclisse, and Eclissi, m.

Eccitare,

ti

~-

(an

an

eclipse
Eclittica, ecliptic line

Eco, and Ecco, m. and

f.

the

echo

Economato, ni. stewardship


Economia,/, economy
"'^
'"
^'
m^clly^"'^''

Economico,

adj.

"

sparing,

saving

Economo, m. an economui
Economa, /. a good housewife

converso, adv. on the con-

Ecleo,
m.
of torture

an

instrument

Ecumnico, adj. general


Edace, adj. voracious
Edacit,/. greediness
Edera,/ ivy
Ederso, and Ederceo, adj.
full of ivy
Edificamnto, m. a building,
edifying
Edificare, to build, edify
Edificato, part, built, edified
Edificatre, m. a builder
Edificatrio, adj. edifying
Edificazine,/, ediiication
Edificio, and Edifizio,
m.
edifice

m. a sort of magistrate
Edilit. /. the i^ce of edile
Editore, ni. editor
Editto, ni. edict, decree
Edile,

Ecclieggire, to echo, to
Eccidio, i. ruin, slaughter

hart's tongue

EGR
Eligl^ile, adj. Jit to be chosen
Elisio, m. Elysium
Elistre, TO.
elixir,
quintet'

Edizine,/, edition

Educare, to educale
Educato, part, educated
Educalidne, /. education

iffe, f. the letter

Eguale,

Effemride,/ ephemeris
EfFeminamnto, m.
effeminaey

and

Effeminatzza,
natpgine.

adj.

equal,

impai

Eutropia, /. c
f a green c

Eutropio,

Eff'emi-

/. eff'eminacy

rvith

Effeminato, adj. effeminate


Efferatamente, adv. cruelly

Eim,

EfferaleZZa,/. cruelty
Efferato, aj. fierce, cruel

Elaborare, io take pains


Elaborato, adj. elaborate

EfieTith,/., fierceness

Elstico, adj. elastic


Elasticit,/, elasticity

Elmetto, and Elmo,

Elazine,/. haughtiness
Elee,/, the holm-oak

Elocuzine,/. elocution
Elgio, m. eulogy, praise
EloquSnte, adj. eloquent
Eloquentemente, adv.

Effervescnza, /. heat, vigour,


force
Effettivamente, adv. effectively
Effettivit,/ efficacy
Effettivo, adj. effective

Elefante, m. an elephant
Elefant/no, adj. belonging to
an elephant
Elefaniia,/. a kind of leprosy
Elegante, adj. elegant, fine
Elegantemente adv. elegant-

'

In
Eff'etto, tn. effect, success.
efftto, adi;, in fact; l"h
fatto a quest' eff'etto, I did it
rvith this intent ; in effetto
come voi dite, really it is as

you say
Enettre,

m.

maker,

ahi

ly

Eleganza, /. elegance
Eleggere, to elect, choose
Elegia,/, an elegy

Elegiaco, adj. elegiac


nriter
Elegiaco, in. a
lually
Effettuare, to

Eftezidne,

/.

effecting

Efficace, adj. efficacious


Efficacemente, adv. effectually

EiBgito, part, drawn, pmrUEffKgie,/. image., picture


Effluvio, m. an overflowing
Effondere, to pour out
Effrenatamnte, adv. excessively, rashly

aJJ.

immoderate,

unruly
Effusine,

/.

and

elo-

quently

Elsa./, and E\to, m. a hilt, or


handle
Elucidarlo, adj. explaining
Elucubralo,
part. carifiUly

composing

in the night-time

elements

Effbndl-

Eftmera, /. a one-day fever


an animal which lives bttt one
.

day
Egli, pron. he, it, they
E'glino, pron. pi. they
Egli stesso, pron. himself
Egloga,/, pastoral poem
Egramente, adv. grievously
Egregiamente, adv. egregi-

Emanare, to proceed from

Elementito, part, composed of Emancipare,

to set at liberty

Emancipato,
Elemnto, m. the element
Elemsina,/, alms, charily
Elemosinarlo, and Elemosi-

Effiodcia, /. efficacy

Eff"reniito,

hil-

Eldere, to elude
Element4Ie, and Elementare, Emaciare, to make lean
adj. elementary
Emaciato, part, emaciated
Elementare, to compose qf Emaciazine,/. leanness

miplish

i.

Eloqunza, and Eloqunzia,/

nir ought
Elucubrazine, /.

of

red

the herb turn-

Ella, pron. she, it; vuoi ella


venir meco .' mill you com
with vie. Sir, or iladatn t
Elli, egli,pron. he
Ellboro,
hellebore
EUera,/ ivy
Ellisse./ ellipsis
ElUtico, adj. oval

nire, adj. almsgiver


Elnco, m. catalogue, index
EletUvo, adj. elective

part,

Emancipazine, /.

emanetetnanet-

Ematlta,/. a bloodstone

Emblma,

emblem
Emblemtico, adj. emblema'
m".

Eletto, part, elected, chosen,


tic
Wmhiice, f. tile- trifle
fine
Elettorale, adj. electoral
Embrine, m. an embry
Elettorato, m. electorate
Embroccre, to make an em
Elettre, 711. an elector, title of
Emnda,/, emendation
a prince
Emendbile, adj. eaey to 6*
Elettrice,/, an electrix
corrected
E!ttrieo,a(y. electrical
Emendare, to correct, mend
Elettro, m. amber
E-menddto, part, corrected,
Eletturio, m. an electuary
amended, improved
Elevamnto, m. elevation
Elevare, to raise, exalt, be Emendatre, m. a corrector

proud
Elevatezza,/, elevation

Elevazine./ exaltation
Elezine./, election
Elidere, te retrench
Eligente, m. e/e<or

Emendazine, and Emendamento, emendo, t. correction, reparation


adj.

Emergente,

emergerti ;
necessit emergente,, pr*t

ing necessity

ENC

.EPI
Encotnfato, pari, praited

fan Into a passion ;


questa cosa non m'enti,
do not comprehend thii

io

I
Endice,/, mark, token
Endivia, /. endive

Emtico, adj. and m. emeticai,

'Energi?i,f. energy, force

Energmeno, m. one possessed


of a devil
nfasi,/, emphasi
Enftico, adj. emphatical

Emk-rnJa, and Emigriiiaj /.

Eminente,

adj.

eminent,

ap-

Vroaching

Entrata, /. entrance, income,


rent, beginning
Entrato, part, entered
Entrature, ni. a man making
an entry
Entratura,/, enfrancf, access;
acquainted with

Kminentemnte, conspicuoiu- Enfiagine, EnCatOra, /. and Entro, prep, in, within


Enfiata, m. a swelling, iu- Entusiasmo, m. enthusiasm
'i)
Entusiaste, m. an enthusiast
Kmin5n5,.f. eminence
Enula, /.
Eniisterio, and Emisfro, m.
elecampane
(a
plant)

hemisphere
inis5A:io, m. an emisaary, a
stallion, spy
Emissine, /. emtsswn, vent.

Emitrito,

vanity
Enfiare, to swell; enfiarsi, to
be puffed up
Enfiatmnve, adv. proudly
Enfiatfccio, adv.
something
swelled
Enfiatlvo, adj. swelling
Enfidre, m. imposthume
Enfiteusi, ni. a grafting, ot

semitertian

Enigma, and Enimma, m. a


riddle

Enigmtico, and Enimmtico,

)r tetter

Empiamente, adv. wickedly

fill,

Enunciazine, /. expression
Eo, adj. eastern
Eptica,

/.

Uier-woH

(a

ente reale,

gidne, an imaginary proud

Epifania, /. twelfth-day, epi-

adv.

griev-

nte, m. a being

to sa-

accomplish

Empiet,/, impiety
EmpiezJa, /. impiety, (also)
an accomplishing, perjbrm-

phany
Epigramma,

E'Sf.

existence
Entdmato, m. an tnsect

Empimnto, m. a filling, stuff- Entrambi, Entrambe, and Eampio, adj. impious


Empireo, adj. empyreal;
elo

Enunciare, io declare
Enimciatlvo, lulj. expressive
Enunciato, part, proclaimed.

Eptico, adj. hepatic (belongs


ing to the liver)
Evtta, f. the epact
Epicdio, m. a funeral song
E'pico, adj. epic, heroic
Epicuro, adj. epicurean
Epidemia, /. epidemic dis-

Enormit, and Enormzza,/.

tisfy,

tion

Enumerare, to enumerate
Enumerato, part, enumerated
Enumerazine, /. enumera-

plant)

Empiastrre, to plaster
Empiastrto, m. a plasterer
Enormemente,
impiastro, Jrt. a plaster
ously
Empima, m. gathering cf

Empiente, adj. filling


Empiere, and Empire,

Enumeramnto, m. enumera-

empireo,

the

trmbo, adj. both


Entramnto, m. an entering
Entrante, adj. entering; (ardito) bold: ragini entranti,
convincing arguments
del
mese,
air
entrante
beginniiig of the
in the

ci-

highest

Empireumtieo, ad. smelling


offre
Empirico, m. a quack
month
Enipfto, m. impetuosity
Entrare,
Empitura, filing, sttrffing,
tvola,

to enter; entrare
io sit ac table; encammino, to set out
entrar in ballo, io lead the
dance: entrar in altro, io
change discourse
entrare
in parle, to begin a discourse; entrare ne' fatti d*
altri, to meddle with
another's ajuirs
entrare

trar in

Empiuto, adj. full


Emprio, m. a market-place
Emulare, to vie with,

to

religine, to go into a convent ; enure in collera,


i

107

n.

an epigram

Epilessia, and
Epilesla,
epilepsy, falling-sieknets
Epilettico, adj. epileptic

Epilogare, to sum up
Epilogazine. /. concluiion^
Epilogo, ni. an epilogue
Episcopale, adj. episcopal
Eiiiscopato, ni. a bishopric
Episdico, adj. episodical
Episdio, m. digression
Epistola,/, an epistle
Epistolare, adj. epistolary
Epistolrio, I. htter-book
Epitffio, m. epitaph

Epitalmio, m. nuptial-tong
Epiteto,

m.

epithet

Epitomare, to abridge
Epitome, m. abridgement, ah-

EQU
Eplttimslre, to

ERO

makt or apply

Epittimazjdne,/. the application ofepithenu


E'poca, /. epoch, an 'epocha,
cera, period of lime
Epuldne, m. a glutton
Equbile, ad), equal, like

E'rba,/. grass
pace.

Equatre,

adj.

moderate

m.

equator,

Non

ogni mal erba

erba dal vos-

doing.
Far fascio d'ogni
erba, to go through thick

Equabilit, i: equality
Equalit,/, equality, evenness,
uniformity
Equanimit, /. eqtiantmUy,

Equnimo,

ESA

Eradicare, to eradicale
Eradicatre, m. a destroyer
Errio,
m. the exchequer,

epith^ns

Eroicmico, adj. burlesque


Eroina, /. a heroine
Erpicare, to harrow
Erpicato, part, harrowed
Erpice,/, a harrow
Errante, and Errtico,

adj.

and thin
Erbccia,/, rveed

the

Erba colombina,/, vervain


Eri'ggio, m. kitchen-herbs
Erba gilia, / sweet maud-

equinoctial line

Equazine,

equation,

an Erbio, m. grass, pasture


^rre.fthe letter R
[ly
Erbaiulo, m. an herbalist
rro, >n. a hook, brace
Erba trastulla, /. ribaldry, Erroneamente, ud', erroneout-

Equestre, adj. equestrian, belon^ng to a horseman, or


knight
Equingolo, adj. equiangular
Equicrre, adj. ejiiicrural

idle words
Errneo, adj. erroneous
EThSlteL,f fine grass
Errre,
error, fault, sin
Erbolaio, m. an herbalist
Erroruccio, m. a small fault
Erbso, adj. grassy, full qf rta, and Ertezza,/, declivity :
stare all* erta, to stand on
adv.
equidisErbucce, /. pi. imall herbs.
Erto, adj. steep, upright ; fra
parsley
Equidistantemente, zdy. equidistantly
Erde, m. andf. heir, heiress
l'erto e piano era un sentiero
Equidistna, /. an tqual Ereditggio, m. and Eredit,
sghembo, between the hill
and the plain there was aa
/. inheritance
Equiltero, m. equilateral
Ereditare, and Eredre, to
oblique path
Equilibrare,
Erubescenza,/, bashfnines
to
equipondeEruca, /. the herb rocket, a
Equilfbrio, m.
caterpillar
equilibrium
mttere
Erudimnto, m. learning
equilibrio, to Eremitggio, and E'remo,
poise tener 1' equilfljrio, to
Erudire, to teach, instruct
Eruditamente, adv. learned
Eremitico, adj. solitary
Equinoziale,
ly
adj.
equinoc- Ereniitdrio, and Eremit<5ro,
'
^
tial
Erudito, adj. learned, skit
m. solitude, hermitage
Equinozio, m. equinox
Eresia,/, heresy
fui
Equipggio, m. equipage
Eresiarca, m. chief of an army Erudizione,/, learning
Eruttare,
Equiponderre,
to break wind, to
Ereticale,
Ertico,
and
a^j.
to
7veieh
equally
belch
heretical
Equisto, m. horse-tail (herb)
Ereticalmente, orfu. heretically Eruttatre, m. a belcher
Equit,/ equity
Eruttazine,/ belching
ErSUco, m. a heretic
Esacerbare, to provoke
Equivalente,
adj.
equiva- Ertto, part, erected, raised
Esacerbato, part, irritated
Erezine,/ erection
Esagerante, adj. exaggerating
Equivalentemente, adv. egui- Ergstolo, in. a prison
valently
Esagerare, to amplify
rgere, and Erigere, to en
Equivalnza,/, equivalence
Esagerato, part, exaggerated
build, raise
atnplijcaEquivalre, to be eqiiivalent
Erlne, or Erinni,/. p/. erinnyt Esagerazine, /.
Equivocale, and EquivoccSso,
(the infernal furies)
adj. equivocal
!. the sixth part of an
Erisamo,
wild-cresses, Esgio,
m.
Equivocamente, adv. eauivohedge-mustard
agitate
c.Llly
to
Ermafrodito, m. hermaphro- Esagitare,
Esagitazidne,/. agitation
Equivocante, adj. equivocalEsagonale, and Esgono, aji
six-sided (having six sides)

Equidistante,'

Esgono, m. hexagon
Esalare,

lion

Equivoco, m. and Equivocazine, /. equivocation

Equivoco,

and

EquivocdsOj

adj. equivocal

E'quo, adj. Just, ejuilcblt

to

exhale,

steam,

recreate ; esalare gli ultimi


spiriti, to breathe one's last
Esalato, part, exhaled
Esio, and
Esalazine, /.
Esalamnto,/. exhaUition

ESP
Escoriazine, f. and Escaria-

Esalbimnto, m. preferment
Esaltare, to exalt, extol
Esaudito, part, exalted
Esaltatdre, m. he that prais-

Esaltazidne,/ advancement
Esame,
an examination,
(also) a swarm of beet
hexameter
Esmetro,
m.

""'

J^aying
Escrementale,

Escreand
mentzio, adj. feculent, dreg-

gy
Escremnto,

m. excrement,
dregs
Escreraentdso, adj. excrementi

Esequito, adj. buried


Esquie, /. i>l. funeral obsoguies. funeral
Esercitante, adj. exercising
practice
Esercitare,

and Esrcere,

to

fious

Escrescnla./ excrescence
Escusabile, adj. excusable
Escusare, to excuse, justify
Escusdto, part, excused
Escusazidne,/. an excuse
Esecrando,
Esecrabile, and

Esaminrfto, part, examined

Esaminazidne,

examitu

f.

Esecrare,
Esecrato,

of life

to curse, detest

execrated.

part.

Esercitatdre, m. exerciser
Esercito, m. an army, a number of people
Esercizio, hi. and Eserckazidne,/. exercise
Esereditilre, to disinherit
present;
Esibfre,
to
offer,
m'esibisco di serrirla, I of-

ffr

my

services to

you

Esasperare;

Esibita, /. presentation, (lato

Esasperato, part, irritated


Esasperazidne, /. irritation
Esattamente, adv. exactly
Esatzza,/. punctuality
Esatto, adj. exact, strict, careful
Esattdre, m. a collector

that offers
Esibizidne,/ offer, proffkr

Esaudvole,

adj. entreated

Esaudimnto,

n.

and Esau-

dizine,/, a hearing
Esaudire, to ^ant
Esaudito, part, granted
Esauditdre, m. he that grants
Esausto, adj. empty, exhaust-

Esibltdre,

Esigenza,/, exigency

Esecuzidne,/. execution

m.

Eseguimnto,
punishment
Eseguire,

execution,

to execute

Esempigrzia, adv. for exam-

Esemplare, adj. exemplary


Esemplarit, / equity, justice.

Esemplarmente, and
plativamnte,

Escara, /. Me
rvound
Escardtico, adj.

scab

of

Esem-

adv.

exam-

plarily

Esemplatvo, adj. exemplary


Esemplato, part, drawn, co-

a going out.

Esemplificare, to exemplify
Esemplificato, part, exempli
Jied
Esemplificazldne, /. exempli-

bringing

pied

tn.

ment
Esimere, to eiempt,free
Esimio, ad. ch-osen. singular

Esmpio, m. example, model.

copy-book

sca, /.
bait,
allurement:
avvicinar 1' esca al fudco,
to expose to danger
Escandescnza,
anger.
f.

Esigere, to exact, require


Esile, adj. thin, slender
Esiliare, to banish
Esiliato, part, banished
Esilio, or Esfglio, m. banish

Esistente, adj. existent

ple

Esemplare, m. a copy, model,

Esazidne,/ exaction

m. he

Esitare, to sell, to hesitate, te


doubt, to vend
EsitaSidne,/. hesitation
E'sito, m. issue, end, event,
sale
metter qualche cosa
nel libro dell' esito, to givi
:

a thing for

lost

Esiziale, adj. destructive


Esizio, Ml. destruction

Exodus
E'sodo;
Esdiago, m. the throat
Esorbitante, adj. exorbitant
Esorbitanza, /. extravagancy

fication

Esemplo, m.

Esclre, to go out
Escfta,/. a ,vay

Esclamare,

c\

to

and Esempio,

exemplar, copy
Esentire,
to
exempt,

dit-

part.
Esentato,
exempted,
freed
Esente, adj. exempt, free
EsenzionSre, to present one
with a freedom
Esenzidne.X- exemption
Esequiale, adj. funeral
Esequiare, to perform obsequies

109

ble

Esortare, to exhort, persuade


Esortativo, and Esortatrio,
adj persuasive
Esortazidne,/. exhctiation
Esdso. adj. odious, hateful
Espanzid'ne,/. expansion
Espediente, adj. expedient

Esr*

ESP
Espedizidne, expedition
Esperien temente, adv. experimcitally
Esperienza, and Esperinzia,

Esprobre, to reproach
Esprobazidne, f. reproach
Espugnbile, and Espugnato,
taken by force, or that may

adj.

experi-

to experience,

Esperimentatdre,
of experiments

wj.

a maker

Esperimnt<\, m. experience,
experiment, trial, proof
spero, m. the evening star
Espertamente, adv. expertly
Esperto, adj. expert, skilful
Espettinte, adj. expecting
mail
Espettare, to
expect,
Espettatlta, and Espettazidne,
/. expectation
Espiare, to expiate, atone
Espiazine,/, expiation
Espirare, to die, expire
Espirazine,/', expiration
Esplicbile, adj. explicable
Esplicare, to explain
Esplicatdre, m. commentator
Esplicazine,/, explication
Esplicitamente, adv. explicitly

EspUcito, adj. explicit


Espldere, to explode
Esplorare, to explore, search
Esploratre, m. scout, spy
Esplorazine, /. an exploring.

cfuUi, to expose children;


esprre alle fire, to expose
to rvild beasts

Espositivo, adj. explaining


Espositre, m. expositor, inter

Esposizine,/, interpretation
Espsto, part, expounded
Espressamente, and Espresso,
adv. expressly, clearly, eviEspressidne,/. expressive, sig/.

an

exprei-

exhauxt-

rre.adj eriernal

Espugnare, to conquer, force


Espugnatre, m. a conqueror
Espugnazine, /. a conquering
Espulsine,/, expulsion
Espulsivo, adj forced out
Espurgare, to purge, cleanse,

E squisitamente,

adv.

r-sieriorit,/. the outside

Esteriormente, adv. outwardly

Esterminre, to exterminate
Esterminto, part, destroyed.

exjtti-

Esquisitzza./. exquisitenets
Esquisfto, adj exquisite
Esquisitdre,m. observer, nearch-

Esternamente, adv. externally

Estemo,
i^^se,f. the letter S
Essecrazidne, /. execration

Essgrapio,

adj. external,

of yes-

terday
EsterslTo, adj. detersive, cleans-

an example

Essnza, and EseSnzia, /. es

ing
Estesamente, adv. extensively
Estso, adj. extended

Essenziale, adj. essential, necessary

Essenzialmente, essentially
Essere, to be, to exist, to be-

come

pu

Estimare, to esteem, value, fo


examine, appraise
Estimativa,/, discernment
Estimato, part, estimated, va-

essere, perhaps,

it may be ; che sar di lui ?


Tvhat null become of him ;
sar da voi domani, / rvill
come to your house to-mor-

m. elate, condition ;
di grand' essere, of great
quality ; le cose sono in
budn essere, things are in

JEssere,

a good nay; non conviene


Esponente, m. expounder
Esprre, to expound, explain;
esprre l'ambasciata, to open
an embassy esprre i fan-

forze,

ed

be,ifc.

/. experience

Esperimntale,
mental
Esperiment^re,

Espressiva,

tenuto di

Estenuazine, /. extenuation,

air sser mio, not suitable to

Essiccante, and Essiccativo,


adj. apt to dry
Essiccazidne,/. a drying
voi, along with yon
stasi, /. ecstasy, rapture
Estate, and Est,/, summer
Esttico, adj. ecstasy
Estemporneo, adj. extempo-

Estfnguere, to extinguish
Estinguibile, adj. quenchable

Estinguimnto,

m. and Es

tinzidne,/. extinction
Estinguitdre.
extinguisher
Estinto, adj. extinguished
extirpation
Estirpamnto,
Estirpare, to extirpate
Estirpatdre, m. extirpator
Estirpazidne,/ extirpation
Estivo, adj. estivai, summer
EstoUnza,/. pride
Estdrre, to except, exempt
Estorsine, /. extortion
Estraneamite, adv. strange
ly
Estrneo, and Estrnio, adj.

m
m

rary
Estndere, to e-vtend, stretch,
enlarge; non m'estndo
dir pi sopra questo sog- Estraordinariamente, adv. ex
traordinarily
getto, / will not dwell any
Estraordinrio, adj. c.rtraor
longer on this subject
dinarjj
Estenzidne, /. extension, extent

and Esterno,

Espressfvo, adj. expressive


Espresso, adj. plain, manifest,
a positive order
Esprimente,
adj.
exprest-

Estensivo,

I'spn'mere, to express, uller

Estenuato, adj. lessened;

adj.

es-

Estrarre, to extract
Estrattivo, adj. extractive
an extract
Estratto,
Estratto, part, extracted
Estravagante, adj. extrava-

Estravagnza, /. extravaganci

Evangelizzante, an txpoundei
of the gospel

poetry) adj.
smiths, or to

belonging

Estrmo,

extremity, mi-

adj. extreme, last

Jistrmo, m. extremity
Estrinsecamente, adu. extt
sieally,
ly

evidently,

external-

porazine, /. evaporation

Esuberante,
Esuberanza,
abundance

Eucaristico, adj. encharistical

Evenimnto, and Evnto, m.

luxuriance,

f.

Eufrbie,

EtSmo,

adj.

trno, adv.

E'tica,/. ethic, hectic fiver


Eticamente, adv. morally
E'tico, adj. consumptive

Etimologia,/, etymology
Etimologico, adj. efymologi-

nisfor-

Fabuleggire, to recount,
compose fables
Fabulso, adj. fabulous

at

euphorbiua (a

i.

business;
far
faccnda, to be in business
Faccendiere, m. an active

ly

Evidnza, /.

per-

evidence,

spicuity
Evirato, a. emasculated

Faccnte,

adj.

active,

Facchinccio, m. a
Facchineria, /. a

ler

Eviscerare,

to

busy.

Faccetta, f. facet

Evirazine,/, emasculation
Evisceratre, m. an embowel-

mean

fel-

work for a

embomel
Facchino, m. a porter, scoundrel

Fccia, /. face,
outside

appearance,

far fccia, to dare ,


fccia, to be aIn fccia, prep.

non aver
shamed.

over-against
Facciata, /. front, face
(in poetry) a torch,
splendour, light
Faclla, and FaccelUna, /.
flambeau, taper, link

Face,

Eterclito, adj. extravagant


Eterogneo, adj. heterogene-

,eofo

forger.

man, a busy body


Evidentemente, adv. evident- Faccenduzza, /. small busi-

Evizine, f. eviction

Ab

eternal.
ethe begin-

from

c.

smith,

Evidnte, adj. evident, clear

Eternare, to eternize
Eternit, / eternity

the

Faccnda, /.

adj. exuberant

E^sula, /.
milk-thistle,
(a
plant)
Esulare, to banish
Esulcerare, to make ulcers
EsuIcerazicSne,/. exulctration
E'sule, m. an exile
Esultante, adj. exulting
Esultare, in exuir, rejoice
Esultazine,/. cxjiHalion
Et. /. cifje (scolo), one hundred years, century
E'teve, m. the pure air, ether
Etreo, adj ethereal
Eternale, adj. eternal
Eternamente, adv. eternally

poetry)

Eucaristfa, /. eucharist, sacra-

ment

Estrinseco, ad.j. exterior


Estro, 1. pneiic rage
Esti-udere, to thrust out, to extrude

and Fabro, m. (in

Fabbro,

Evaporare, to evaporate
Evaporatlvo, adj. evaporating
Evaporatdrio, m. evaporation

to

any manual

Evaporamnto, m. and EvaKatierait, /.

Evoluzine,/ evolution
Eupatrio, m. liverwort
Euro, m. the east ivind
Europa,/. Europe
Evviva,

Ex
Ex
Ex
Ex

interjec.

Facetamente,

long

live!

culo, merrily
Facto, adj. facetious, c-ami-

abnipto, adv. abruptly

Facezia, /. merry conceit, at

profsso, adv. by profession

saying
Facialmnte, adv. facing, face

proposito, adv. on purpose


tempore, adv. in an instant
Eziandio, ado. also, even
Eziandio che, adv. although

to face
Facibne, m. a good child

Fcile, adj. easy

uomo facile,

a good-natured -man
Facilit, f. facility
Facilitare, to facilitate
FaciLnnte, adv. easily

Facimale, m.
Facimnto,

Evacunmento,

n.

evacuation

Evacuare, to evacuate, void


Evacuativo, adj. evacuating
Evacuato, part, evacuated

pA'BBRICA,/. building.fa-'-

brie,

workshop, manufac-

tory

Fabbricare,

Evangelicamente, adv. evan


getical/y

Evangelico, adj. evangelical


Evanglio, m. the gospel
Evangelista, m. evangelic

to

build,

form.

Fabbricato, part, built


Fabbricatre, m. a builder,

Facolt, and Facult,/. power,


faculty, riches
Facoltso, adj. rick, wealthy
Facondamente, ado. eloquent-'

workman,

Facndia, and Facondit,

intriguer, liar

Fabbricazine,/, construction,
building
Fabbrfle, and

Facondiuso, adj fluent


Fabrile,

(in

Facndo,

adj. eloquenf.JlueM.

Famigliarit, ami FamUibritS


familiarity

raggelo, m. a place full of

beeck-trees

Tiggio, m. beech tree


nheatani ;
Fagiano,
a
guastar la coda al fagiano,

to

leave oul the beet

FalUre,

offend, err,
di poco fall eh' io
omit
non cadessi, I n-as very near
to

fail,

of the

m.

fagot;

Famosamente,

Famso, adj. famous, known


Famccia, /. a small appe-

ran(be, ad), fallible


Fallibilit, f. fallibility

Falange,/, phalanx
Falngio. m. a tarantula
Falbo, arfj. yellow, tarvny
Falcare, to bend, to crook,

Fallimnto, m. fault, failing

tite

Falltre, io fait, sin, transgress.

m.

Fallire,

io

error,

fault,

Fanale,
a lantern
Fanatico, adj. fanatic
Fanciulla,/, a girl
Fanciullaggine,
childithnest,

bankruptcy
Fallfto, pari failed
Fallitdre, m. offender
Fanciullia,/. many boys
Fallo, m. fault, error, ires- Fancinllerla,/. childishness
ntter il piede in Fanciullescamente, adv. child-

'off

h\
Falcistro,
m.
a
staff
Falcato, pari, hooked.

Falce, /. a scythe, or sickle;


mtter la falce nella biada
d' altrui, to meddle with ano-

ishly
'

ther's business
Falcetto, m. a little sickle

FalOtico, adj. fantastical


Falsamente, and Falso, adv.
falsely
Falsamonte, t. a false coin
Falsiirda,/. a tviick
Falsare, to falsify
Falsariga, /. aiack-lines

fancy

and Fanclullzzo,

Fanciullo,

a chile
Fandonia,/, a

Fanllo,
a linnet
Fanfala,/. {see Farfalla)
Fanfalcca, /. spark, whim,
(for

wfiting on)
FlcolE,/. and Falcoltto, m.
a n'ox-candle
Falconare, to hunt with a fai-

Fanciullesco, adj. childish


FanFanciulietta, /. and
ciuUtto, m. a giri, or

bay
Fanciullezza, /. childhood, in-

m. a young fal-

Falchetto,

a small fc^

adv. publicl}/

Faraosita./ fame, report

tax

fagotto, io bundle off


Fafna,/ a pole-cat

taker

Famigliula, /.
mily

Fagiiiolta,/. silliness
Fagiulo, m. a French bean

Fagotto,

Famigliarmnte, and Familiarmnte, adv freely


Famiglio, wi. a servant, thief-

Falsrio, and Falsatre, m. an


impostor, forger
Falseggiare, to falsify
Falsetto, m. a false treble (in

fancy, gewgaws, trifles


Fanfano, m. a romancer
Fanferina, /. jesting,

mock-

ing
Fang^ccio, m. and Fanghiglia,
/. mire, puddle

F<ngo, m.
Falcne, m. harvk, falcon
Falconeria,
falconry
Falconetto, m. a young falcon, (also) a piece of artil-

Falsfdico, adj. deceitfid


Falsificamnto, m. a falsity
Falsificare, to falsify, counterfeit, forge, adulterate, em-

sue

dirt, clay; fer delle


parle fango, to break

one's

word

Fangso, m. and adj. dirty,

miry
Fantaccia,

Falconire, m. a falconer
Falda, a fold, or plait, flake
flo.r.

skirt,

falda

del

of a

hill.

border,

hem';

monte, the side Falso, adj. false mettere il Fantasia,


Falddne, m. a
piede in falso, io make a
;

large fold
Faldato, adj. folded

wrong

bad servant-

f.

fancy, imagina-

step

Falta,/. want, fault

Fai tare,
ed
Faldiglia./, a hoop-petticoai
Faldistorio,
an elbom-chair
Falegname, m. a carpenter
Falimbllo, m. a rvag
scupper hole (in a
hip)
Fallaci adj. deceitful, crafty

1
,

girl

Falsificto, part, falsified


Falsificatre, m. a falsifier
Falsificazine,/, falsification
Fa.\ihk,f. falsehood, lie

to

want

be deficient

Fama, f fame, report


Fame, /. hunger, scarcity

Famlico, adj. hungry


Famigerato, adj. fatnout
Famiglia, /./amiVy
Famigliare, and Familiare, m.

and

adj. servant, foUotver,

bailiff,

intimate
lis

Fantasticamente, adv. fantasFantas'ticre,

to

devise,

in-

Fantasticatdre. m. a thinking

FAT
m

Fantastico, adj. fantastical

Fante,

and

Fanteggiare,

f.

to

man-servant,

perform do-

'"'-
Fantic
FantoccSria,/. childi
Fantccio, ni. a simpleton
Farchetola,/. a teal fa hit

I,

and

Faticato, adj. rreary, tired


Faticlivole, adj. laborious

Faticosamente, adv. laborious

Fasciata, /.

ligatur
Fasciatoi

m. a sort ofti
Farda,/. spittle
Fardggio, m. bagftage
Fardllo, m. truss, bundle; far
Fai-ciglidne,

fardllo, to

Farsetto,
a doublet
Fascetto, i. a little bundle
Fscia,/ a hand, fillet : h
bin tnero in fscie,
infant in smaddling cloth
Fasciare, to bind, tu tie
swaddled
Fasciato,
part.

Fasciat
Fascina,/, a fagot
Fascinare, to fagot mood
Fascinata,/ a ynce
Fascinazine, /. and Fascir

pack off

Fatticcio, adj. fictitio:

Fare, to do, make ; farsi, to


approach fatevi a me, come
near me farsi alla finstra,
,

and Fastllo, m.
andare in fscio,

Fscio,

bundle

to

Fasciame,

a heap of rubbish
i
fa,
F!^&chilR,f a little band
al far del girno, l,reak of Fastel lccio, m. a large bundle
r>

day

the

al far della notte,

eveuiu!,'

late, far

dusky

grow

farsi tardi, to

sembiante,
.tto,

faraj

to, to

!.

to

Fastidiare, to molest, disturb.

dis-

men- Fastidiato,

to

Fara,/. a sort of serpent


Fartra,/, a quiver
Farfalla, f. a butterfly
^'"-"""- "
Farfall
a little butterfly,

part.
molested,
troubled, scorned
Fastidio, m. and Fastidiosgtion

sser

i'n

fastidio, to be

Fatto, m. fact, deed,

andar pe'

fatti

action ;
suoi, to go

fatto, so large; un pomo


cos fatto, an apple so large ;
umo fatto, a full grown
ho inteso iiarlre
;
molto male di fatti vostri,

man

I heard you very ill spoken


of. Bl fatto, adv. really so
Fattoino, m. one' that rvorka
at an oil press, (also) a busy-

laggot
Farfallui

f,b

farfallne, /o A/i

Fdrfaro, m. footstool, coltsfoot,

Fastidiso, adj. tedious, loath-

Farfna, /. meal, ,flour; questo

Fastid/re, to detest,

non fa
tu non

abhor,

ic

farina, this is useless


sei farina da cialde,
;

you are a cunning fdlom


Farinccio, m. a die marked

the

171.

pride, poynp

Fastosamente, adv. vainly,


witchcraft, charm
proudly
Fatturato, part,
bewitched ;
Fastso, adj. proud, haughty
vino fetturto, adulterated
Fata, f fairy

Farinello, m. an assassin
Fariso, m. pharisee

Farmacia,/ pharmacy
Frmaco, m. a drug, remedy
Farneticare, to jave
FarneticliCzza,/, dotage,

point
Fattucchira,/, a witch
Fattucchieria,/, witchcraft
Fattura, /. fashion, make,

m. height, elevation

Fastigio,

Fasto,

Fatale, adj. fatal, destined


Fatalith,
fatality

Fatuit,/, stupidity

Fatalmente, adv. fatally


Fatiippio, m. a sort of bird

mad- Fatare,

Ftuo, adj. stupid


Fava, /. 'a bean, a vote, pride,
presumption; pigliare due

to destine

Fatatamente, adv. (see FatalFarntico, adj. delirious


Faro, m. a light-house, strait
Fatatura,/ a charm, sorcery
Farrgine,/ mixture of grain, Fatica, /. fatigue, toil
mia
mixture of, rords
{corn
fatica,
my rvork, mages,
Faricllo, i. spelt, a kind of
reward; le mie fatiche, m^

colombe ad una fava,

to kill

Favagello, m. the herb

celati-

'""

dlubiT^"'

" '"' ^'

Farsettio, m. a iarket

maker

Fatic^bile, adj. laborious


Faticaccia,/, labour
Faticare,
to
tire,
fatigue
affaticarsi, to labour

Favata, /. a ragout made with


beans, foolish pride
Fauci, /. ;-;. throat, gullet,
river's

mouth

Favellare, m. and Favella^


speech, discourse, lan/.

guage

FEM

FEB
Favellamnto,. m.

Femminlla,/, a poor tvomanf

word.

Favellare, to tpeak, diicourae


favellar con le mani, io

strike

Febbricso, adj. feverish


Fel.brifugo, m. febrifuge
Febbrile, adj- belonging to

Femmineo,
i

adj. belonging io

minilmente,

Favellatre, m. a talker
Favellio, m. cajoling, chat
Favnia,/. a spark offire
Favillare, to sparkle
Favillzza,/. a little spark
Funo,
m. farvn, Syh

Femminescamente, and Femadv.

effemi-

Fccia, /. dregs excrement


la fccia del ppolo, the mol
Femm\nzzzi,f. female sex
Fecciia,/. bunghole of a cask Feraminira, adj.
woman't
apartment
Fecciso, adj full of dreg,
ill-natured, tiresome
Femminile, and Femminino,
adj. feminine
Fecondamente, adv. fruitfully
Femminzfa, /. a despicable
Fecondare, to fructify
Favo, TO. honey-comb
little n'ornai
Fvola, /.
a fable ; sser Fecondatre, m. one
Fendnte, m. cut
fvoia al p<5poIo, to be the
makes fruitful
Fecondvole, adj fruitful
Fndere, io cleave, split, cut,
common talk
sever,
Favolare, and FavoleggUre, Fecondit, /. fertility
plough
fendere 1
Fecndo, adj. fruitful
campi, io grub up the
to tell stories, banter
Favoleggiatre, m. a teller of Fede,
dar fede, to
ground la HI osa e'I Reno
faith
stories
give credit di buna- fede,
fendono l'Olanda, the Meuse
Favolfsco, and Favolso, adj.
sincerely
and the Rhine go through
umo degno di
;

'

fictitious, fabulous
Favolane, m. a romancer
Favolosamente, adv. roman-

fede, a credible

man

Fedecoramessrio, m.
he rvho

Holland
feoffee,

infeofied
pari,
mitted io care

Fedecomraesso,

tically

Favolso, adj. fabulous

Favnio,/ rvest wind


Favre, m. favour,

benefit,

favorevole,

heaven prosper

Fedecommttere, tofeoff
Fededgno, adj. credible
Fedle, adj faithful,

/.

crack,

clift,

com-

Fedecommsso, m. feoffment.

Favoreggiante, adj. favouring


Favoreggiatre, m. favourer
Favorvole, and FavonSbile,
adj.
favourable
lettere
favorevoli, letters of re

Fenditio, m. a cleaver

Fenditura,

is

Fenestra,/ (see Finstra)


Fenice,/ a phcenix
Fenicntero, m. a sort of bird
of a crimson colour
Fenile,

a hay-loft

to.

Fenmeno, m. phenomerwn

tonest

a wild

Fedelmente, adv. faithfully

Fera, /.

Fedelt, f. fidelity
Fdera,/, a pillow-case
Fedilk, ffillhiness
Fegatlla,/, liverwort
Fgato, m. the liver
Fegatso, adj. diseased in the

FerAce, adj. fruitful


Ferale, adj. deadly, mortal
Feretro, to. a coffin, tomb
Fria, TO. a festival, holiday
Feriale,

(in poetry)

common,

adj.

'

ordi-

nary, trivial
Ferialmente, adv. commonly
quercina, /. polypody Feriate, adj. vacant ; girno

Yece,f.fem (an herb)


Felce
Favorire,

and Favorire,

favour, assist

to

mi favorisca,

do me the favour
Favorito,
a favourite
Favorito, adj. and m. favoured, a favourite
Favoritre, m. a favourer
Fusto, adj. fortunate
Faustre, m. a favourer

Favule,/, a bean field


Fazine, /. fashion, action;
faction : ssere in fazine, to
be on duty
Faziso, adj. factious
FaSzolletto,
handkerm.

Febbrio, m. February
Fbbre, /. fever ; febbre terzana, a tertian ague
febbre pericolsa, a hard fe:

ferito, festival

(a plant)
Fele, m. (in poetry) gall

FeUe,

adj.

Ferimnto, m. a wounding

happy

Ferino,

Felicemente, adv. happily


Felicit,/, happiness
Felicitare, to felicitate
Felicitatre, m. one that makes

happy
Fellne, and Fllo, m.
poetry) a thief
Fellonescamente,
adv.

(in

fe

loniously

Fellonsco, adj. felontout


Fellonia,/: /e/on^
Flpa,/, plush, shag
Feltrare, io filtrate, strain
Fltro,

m. fell

Feluca, a small ship


Fmmina, f. female,

Femminccia,

/.

adj.
wild, savage,
fierce, cruel
Ferire, to wound, strike, hit;

la

barca

sopra

'1

lido,

Fermglio, m. a buckle, clasp


Fermamente, adv. firmly
Fermamnto, m. and Fermanza,/ the firmament, sky

Fermare,

woman

a large ivo

feri

the boat struck upon the shore


Ferita, f. a wound, hurt, cut
Ferita, f. fierceness, cruelty
Ferito, part, wounded
Feritia,/: a loop-hole
" re, m. a striker

to stop, slay ; fermarsi, to pause : mi ferdi non partire senza


vederlo, 1 was resolved not
go away without teeing

mai
to

FES

FIA

Fermata,/, rest, pout e


Fermdto. part, stopped
Femientre, to ferment
Fermentato, part, fermented
leaven,
Fermentazidne, /.

Fsso, part, chopped, cleft


F*sta,/. festival, holiday, joy,
mirth: far fsta, to feast:
far fsta a qua-lcheduno, to
use one kindly
Pestante, and Festeggiente,

yeast, fermentaiion

adj. merry,

Fermnto, m. ferment, yeait


Fermzza,/, flrmness
Fermo, adj. jrin, fast
Ferce,

adj.

/.

fierceness, cruelty

Ferrccia, /. a fish rvith a


poisonous sting
Ferrccio, m. bail iron
Fehragdsto, m. lammas-day
Ferrio, m. a farrier
Ferraindlo, m. a cloak

Ferramnti, m.
Ferrare,
ferrare

to

un

pi.

bind

iron tools
rt'ith

iron;

cavallo, to shoe

Ferrata,/, an iron gats


Ferrato, adj. done rvith iron
Ferratre,
a farrier,
m.

fiamma di vascllo, streamer


Fiammante, adj. flaming ;
nuvo fiammante, quite new

Festvole,

Fiammaslsa,/. a dry-itch
Fiammeggiante, adj. blazing
Fiammeggiare,
to
glitter.

Fiammella, and Fiamtta, f.


a little fiame

Festeggiare, to feast, desert,


solemnize, celebrale
Festerccio,
adj.
holiday

Fiancata,/, a blow on the side,

Fianchtggire,

to
support,
assist, to coast along
Fiancheggiato, part, defend-

festercei,

Sunday

clothes

Festichino, adj. sea-green


Festinamente", and Festinatamnte, adv. hastily
Festinazine, /. hatte, dili-

gence
Festino,

m.

Fiancto,
adj.
broadsided,
having large flanks

entertainment,

hM,feast

Fisca, and Fiaschtta, /.

Festivamente, adv. solemnly,


Ferratura,/, iron work
Ferravcchio, m. a broker
Frreo, adj. <ifiron
Ferrtti, m. small iron tools
Ferreria,/ a quantity of iron
Ferrira,/ /org^f
Ferrigno, adj hard
Frro, n. iron ; venire a'
ferri, to come to the fact ;
mtter a' ferri, to chain ;
battere il ferro mentre
caldo, to strike the iron while
it is

hot

Ferruglgno, and Ferrugineo,


adj. iron like
Fertile, adj. fruitful
yett\\t.,f fertility
Fertilmente, adv. fruitfully
Ferventemente, adv. ardently,

eagerly

Fervnza,/ fe
Feniggin hfr
Fervidan
Fervidamente,
adv. fervently

pleasantly
Festivit,/. Joy, gaiety
Festivo, adj. festive, solemn

the bottle

girno festivo, holiday


Festne, m. a festoon
Festosamente, adv. merrily,

Fiaschtto, m. a small bottle


Fiasco, m. a flask
Fiascne, m. a large flask
Fiata,/, time; una fiata, once,'
spesse fiate, often
Fiatamnto, and Fiato, .

jnyj'ully

Festso, adj. merry, gay


Festuca, /. fescue, straw, mote
Fetnte, and
Ftido, adj.
stinking, nasty
Fetidamente, adv. stinkingly
Fto, m. thefcetus
Fetre, m. slink, stench
Ftta,/, slice, cut, bit
Fettccia,/, ribbon
Feudale, adj. of the manor
Feudatrio,
feudatory
Fudo, m. feud, fee, fief
Fiaba, f. fable
Fiacca,/, a noise

Fiatante, adj. breathing


Fiatare, to breathe
Fiato, ni. the breath
p'llibia,/. buckle, clasp

Fibbiagglio, and Fibbile, -n.


buckle, clasp
Fibbire, (see AfEbire)
Fibbietta,/ a small buckle
Fibra, /. fibre, filament
Fibrso, adj. fibrous
ricaccio, ni. a little fig
Ficia./, the fig-tree
Ficebile, adj. that may be

Ficeamnto, m.
tiira, /.

adj.

weak,

self;
fibs

ficcar

carote,

to tell

Ficcato, part, driven, thrust in


Ficheretto, and Fichto, m. a

faint,

neary
Fiacco, TO. ravage, ruin
ficcola,/. torch,fiambeau

and Ficca-

thrusting, driving

Ficcare, to fir, drive ficcar


gli cchi, to fix the eyes
ficcarsi, to introduce one

day
Fiacco,

Fiascheggire, to buy wine by

flat bottle

Fiascio, 1. a bottle-maker

Fervidzza,/. /ertene^
Frvido, Fervnte, and Fer- Fiaccare, to break, bruise, cut.
vorso, adj. fervent
Fiaccato, pari, broken, tveakFerula, f. palm, (a plant)
Fervre, m. fervour
il fervor del sole, the heat of Fiacchetto,
adj.
little
a
the sun; in sn'l fervore del
Fiacchzza,
giorno, J the middle of ih
weariness.
/.
Fscera,
nhite vine, (i
plant)
Tesso, m. and Fessura,/, chop,
crack, chink

m.

Fiale,

Fiala,/ vial, bottle


"^imma, / flame, splendour,
blush
mttere a fuco e

Festeggevolmnte, and Festevolmente,


adv.
cheerfully
Festeggiamnto, and Festeggio, m. exultation

panni

and

honeycorr.b

gay

Pestare, to revel
Pesteggvole, and
adj. feasting

fierce,

horrid, rough
Ferocemente, adv. fiercely
Ferocit,
Fercia, and

FIC
Fiadne,

fig-garden
,

Fico, m.

fig-tree,

a fis

FIL
fichi firi, green ftgs

fi

Fidagine, /. "a pledge,

Fidanza, /. confidence,

FgliuoInSa,
Figliuoltoo,

Filnio,

filioi

m. a

little

child

Ffgnere, to feign, forge


Ffgnolo, m. a bile, felon
Figura, /. figure, fashion,

irui

sdtto fidanza, with promii


dar fidanza, to gite bail
Fidanzare, to warrant, to p

Poniam

firm.

figura,

us

let

suppose
Figurbile, adj. figurable
Figurale, adj. mysterious

Figuralmente,

figura-

adi',

tively

Fidata,/ an oath offidelity


Fidatamente, adv. confidently
Fidato, and Fido, adj. trusty,

Figuramnto, m. a figure
to figure, fancy
Figuratamente, and Figura-

Figurare,

tme, adv. figuralive-

faithful

Fidecomrafsso, m. (see Fede-

commsso)
Fidelit, /^tiVj/
Fido, a. faithful
Fidcia,/, confidence, hope
Fiducalmnte, adv. boldly
Fiduciario, m. a trustee
Fiele, m. gall ; non aver file,
to be good-natured
Fienio, and Fienale, adj. belonging to hay falce fienia,
/. a scythe
'"ienfle, m. hay-loft, rack

Figurativo, adj. figurative


Figurato, part, figured
Figurazine, /. figure, form.

m. hay

little

image

FUa,

row.

Ala

/. file,

Fieramente,
cruelly
adv.
fieramente acceso
fiercely
:

Fierzza,

'

fierceness,

and

Fierit, J.
dexterity,
ala-

Firo, adj. cruel, savage, wild.


Fivole, adj. feeble, weak,
faint
Fievolezza, /. frailty, rveak-

Fimbria,/, hem, edge


Fimbriato, part, bordered
Fina.\e, adj final, last

fila,

adv. together, one after another


Filalro,

Finalmnte, adv. finally


Finanze,/. ;;/ finances
Finemente,

Finamente, and

m.

a gold

tvire-

fiUr dell'
o dell' argnto, to wire-dram
gold or sitve
Filare, m. a r

Filre, to spin

Fira,/, a rvild beast, a publi

Filosomfa,/. physiognomy
Filugello, oi. a silk-morm
Filunguello, m. a chaffinch
FiluZzo, m. a fine thread
Filza,/, a row, string

Ffme, m. dung
Figurina,/, a

/"ino,

t of eledtf

Filosofale, adj. phibisophical


Filosofante, and Filosofo, m.
phib'sopher
Filosofare, and Filoteggire,
to philosophize
Filosofastro, m. a smatterer in
philospphy
Fil osofi'a, f.ph ilosophy
Filosoficamente, adv. philosophically
Filosofico, adj. philosophical

ado. perfectly, excellently

Findre, to desist, finish


Finattantoch, atid Finche,
conj. until, as long a*
Ffne, <t. and f. end; giiignere al fine, to come to an
end io 1' ho fatto a buon
;

fine, / did it tvith a good


Filastrcca,
Filastrccola,
Filatra, and Filattra,/. a Fine, aij. cmfty, subtle, thin,
story, tale, trifie, prolixity ;
fine, ejrcellent
dire delle filastrocche, t
Finstra,/, a window
Finestrate, adj full of mintalk idly
Filaterfa,/. philactery
FinestniZza, /.
Filatessa./, a confused rank
Finestrlla,
Filaticcio, m. a thread made of
Finestrino, and Finestrii-

Fila

1.

part,

colo, m. a little window


Finestrdne, m. a large win-

spun

Fievol mnte, adv. weakly

Fifa,f a lapwing
Figgere, (see Ficcare)
Ffglia, and FJgUu(ila,

Filiale, adj. filial

/.

daughter
V.iglire, to

a Filiaine, f filiation
Filira,/, a goldsmith
drawing instrument

Fingente, adj. pretending


Fingere, to feign, forge, dit-

bring forth, pro-

FiUggine,/. soot

/ and Figliastro,
m. a daughter-in-law, son-

Figliastra,

Figliatlccio, adj.
proper to
beget children
Figliatura, /. th! time a fe-

male goes with young


Ffglio, and Figliulo,
snn, a child

Filigginsq. and Filiggindto,


adj. full of soot
Filo, m. thread ; filo di perle,
a striig of pearls ; filo di
ferro, wire : mandar a ll di

with a sword

spada,
per filo, exactly filo delle
reni, the backbone
Filologia,/ philology
to kill

m. a

Filologo,

phitooger

Filomna,/, a nightingale
the
principal
m.

Filne,
Figliuoldggio, m. infancy

threcd, S^c.

Fingimnto, m. fiction
Fingitre, m. a dissembler
Fininte, adj. finishing

Finimnto, m. conclusion
Finimndo, m. a great ruin,
thei

"- -'

FLO

FIO
f^nftimo,

ail), cnse,

Fittamente, and Fittivamnte,


adi: feignedly

Finfto, parl'.fmished
Pino, adj. fine, pure, ^

Fitter'ccio, 7n. solid measurt


of corn, S,-c.
YiMvo, adj. feigned, formed

yino, finra, jirep. and adv.


until ; fin addsso, till non.
Jin
a Roma, as far

Kittiziamnte,

i,

Rome

fin dal

tempo, fro>

and

Finocchfn(

r'innOccio,

m. fenn-d ; Toplio la mi
parte fino al findcchio, /
/. dissimulation, guise,

thing

Fiscale, avvocato fisciSle, n


the attorney-general
Fiscella, and Fisclna, /.
basket
Fischiare, io whistle
Fischiata, a whistling
Fischiatre, m. a whistler
Fiocaggine, and Fiocagidne,/. Eischio, m. a whistle
hoarseness
[faintly Fisco, m. an exchequer
Fiocamente,
adv.
weakly. Fisica,/, natural philosophy
Fisicdggine,/.
caprice
Fioccare, to snom
Fiocco, m. and Fiocca, /. risicale, adj. natural
snow: a tassel, tuft of Fisicdre, to invent
hair ; un abito coi ficchi, a Fisico, m. physician
Fisico, adj. physical
fine suit
Fioccso, ad], full offtakes, risicso, adj. difficult, scrupu.

Fittuario,

feint

m.

Fintamente, adv. feignedly

Fiumle, adj.

Finto,
pari.
counterfeited,
disguised
Finzine, f.Jiction, invention
Ffo, m.fee pagar il fio, to pay

Fiumana,

Flagellamnto,

and Fis
phyMognomist

Fisionirao,

Fiochzza./, a hoarseness
Ficina, f. a Itook, or harping-

Fisionomia, and Fisonomia,/.

Ficine,/ a grape-Mone

Fiso,

Fico, adj. hoarse


Fico, adj. flint, feeble; acque
fioche,' stili

water

FioraUso, blue-b 4tle,Jlomer


Fiorcapccio, m. larkspur
Fiordaliso, i. lilly, Jloner-deFire, m. ajlorver, bloom, blos-

som

un

fior

di latte, cream ;
fior di farina, Jlour ;
se
tu mi volessi un fior di bene,
if you loved me a little ;
fior

non fa primavera,
make

a swallom does not

Fiorellino, and Fiorello,


little, flower

m. a

Fiorante, adj. blooming stato


fiorente, a flourishing con;

Fiorentinamente, adv. like a


Fioretto, m. a little Jlower ;
<also) a foil (io fence with)
Fiorino, m. a florin (a coin)
Fiorire, io blossom
Fiorito, pari, blossomed; elect-

m.

flagella-

Flagellatre, m. a scourger
Flagellazine, f. a whipping
Flagelletto, m. a little whip
m.
punish-ment.

Flagello,

physiognomy
(in poetry)

adj. fixed.

Flagrante, adj. notorious

FWmula,
Fiso, adv. fixedly, attentively
Fisonomia, /. physiognomy

Fisonomico,

Fionda,/, a slng

(see Fittaiulo)
river, coin
a river, rvhirl-

Fiutare, to smell, to scent


Fiuto, m. the smell

tufts, S;c.

hoarse

/.

Fiumtico, adj. of a river


Fiume, m: a iiver
FiumicEllo, Fiumicino, and

Fiochtto, adj

feigned.

Fitto, part, drove, thrust; a


capo fitto, the head down
Fittone, m. the principal root

Fisre, to fix one's eyes on

farthing"

f nta,

adv.

adj.

/.

heart's ease

(an

herb)
F\ani:-na,f. flannel
Flato, and Flatuosit, m./.
wind in the body, in the

physiogno

Fisonomfsta, m. physiognomist
Fissamente, adv. attentively
Fissare, to fix one's eyes
Fii&o, adj. fixed, steady occhi
fissi, a steady look
Fistella,/. a wicker basket

Flatudso,

adj.

subject

to

Flobotomre, to bleed
Flebotomia, and Flebotomia,

Fistiare, to whistle, hiss


Fistierlla, /. a kind of bird

catching
Fistola,

/.

fistula,

pipe,

Fistolare, adi, belonging to a


fistula
Fistolazidne, /. fistulation,
ulceration
Fistolo, m. a demon, devil
Fit'jne, m. spirit of divination
FitonPssa, and Fitonissa, /. a

Fitonico, m. a conjurer
Fitta, /. stitch, acute pain
guagynire
Fittaiulo, m. farmer, tenant

bleeding

Flemma,/, phlegm, patience


Flemmaticitk, /. the nature,
quality of phlegm
Flemmtico, adj. phlegma~
FlesslTiile,

adj.

pliant,

ten-

der

F\eshima,f flexibility
Flessine,/, a bending
Flsso, part, hent, declined
winding,
part.
Flessuso,
binding, crooked
Floride, adj. flowery, florid

FON

FOG
FlSscio, adj. faint, weak
f a Jteet
Fluidezza, and Fluidit,

m. a leaf of paper ; Fndaco, m. a warehouse,


dare ad uno il foglio bianco,
p: fondacbtto, a smaA
to give one full po'wer

Fglio,

r\5tt:i.

/.

.flu'dity

Flido,

adj.

Jluid,

fluent.

FlusElbile, adj. fluid, fluent,


loose, slothful

Flussine,/, defluxion
Flusso, m. flux flusso e riflusso, ebbing andfiotving
Flutto, m. a nave
Fluttuamnto, m. floating, a
:

Fluttuso, adj. stvelling rvilh


the waves, stormy
Fluviile, adj. like a river'
Foca,/, a sea lion
Focccia, /. a cake ; render
pane per focccia, to requite

Focia,/, a flint
Focaiulo, adj. flinty
Fce, /. the throat

Un

fiume,

foce d'

the vioiith

Focherllo,

Fogliso, and Fogliuto, adj.


with
full of, or covered

Fgna, /. a common server


Fognare, to
make sewers,

Flido, m. a fluid
Fluire, to flow, run

of

Focolfao,

and

Foconcfao, m. a little Hre


Focne, m. a steel to strike

or

conduits

fognare

adj.

funda-

Fondamentalmente, and Fondatamente,


adv.
fundameniully, learnedly, iound-

le

Fondamnto, m. foundation,
Fognato,

dug,

part,

dived

Fia,/, lust
Fla,
story, a tale, a cronrd,

basis, principle, beginning


Fondare, io lay foundation
Fondato, part, founded: discorso fondato,
a learned

Verno fondete,
discourse.
fa
the middle of winter
Flaga./ a coot, a moor-hen
Fondatre, m. founder
FoUla, a flight of birds, a pvff Fondazine, /. foundation
Fondllo, m. a button-hole
of wind
Folgorante,
dreadful
Folgorare,

adj.

thundering,
thu-ider.

to

Fndere, to melt
Fonderia,/, afoundery
Fon'digliulo,

m.

lees,

dregs qf

Flgore, or Fulgure, m. Zander, lightning


Folgore, 1. brighine
Fndo, m. depth, bottom
Folgoregginte, Wj. thunder- Fonduto, part, melted
Fontana, / fountain
ing
Folgoreggiare, to thunder
Fontanella, /. a little foun
Folla, ^^ crowd, multitude
Flle, adj.

mad, foolish

FoUeggiante, adj. playing the


Fol leggiamnto, m. folly.

fire

Fondamentale,

and

m.

Fnte,

tpring:

Fco, m. (in poetry) fire


Focolare, m.
a hearth,

f.

fountain,

levare al fonte

cambino,

un

stand godfather

to

chafing-dish

Focne, m. pan of a gun


Focosamente, adi', ardently
Focso, adj. unruly, furioui

Follemente, adv. foolishly


Folltto,

lining

Fdero, m. a scabbard

Fog^,f fury,

m. hobgoblin

FolUa. f.fo/ly
FoU/cola,/. a(f Follicolo, n
husk, sheU
Follne, m. a dyer
Folia,/, a company, cromd
Foltamente, adv. crowding-

Fdera, f alining
Foderare, to line
Foderato, part, lined
Foderatura,/, a lining, a fui

ly

Flto, adj. thick

impetuosity

folte tenebre.

Foracchiare, lo pierce through


Foracchiato, adj. pierced
Foraggiare, to forage
Foraggire, m. a forager
Forggio,
m. fodder, fy-

Forare, to penetrate
Forasipe, m. a tort of

littlt

Foghctta, and Foghetttoa,/. a


bonnet
FSggia, /. fashion, form ; se tu
fil questa foggia, if you go
little

on

in this

manner

Fglia,/, a leaf: la fglia delle


parole, the literal sense of the

Fogliame, m. leaies
Fogliare, to leaf
Fogliato, adj. full of leaves
Foglietta, /. a small leaf,

Fomentare, to foment, soak


orata,/, a hole
ForattCrra,/ a dibble
Fomentato, part, fomented
"
!
Fomentatre, m. afomenter
auget
Fomentazine, fomenlalion
Fomnto, m. a poultice, a
plaster
Foratre, m. one that make
holes
Fmite, m. an incentive, tin-

Frbice, and
Fnda, f. a purse
Fondacio, nt. a warehouse- FerbicBtte, /.

Frbicia,
pi.

/.

small cib-

keeper

Fondccio, m. and Fondata,


/. Itts, dregs
Fondachi^re, m. a draper

ici,

/.

scHsara

pi.

scorpion

Tetc

(al

un*

FOR

FOR
nelle
.

vmier

forbici, to
one's thumb

have

Forbiciata./, d cut, a snip


Forbire, to furbish; forbirsi
gli cicchi, to rub one's eyes ;
forbirsi le lgrime, to tvipe
cway tears

Formggio, m. cheese
Foime, adj. formal
Formalit,/, ceremony
Formalmente, adv. formally

Fornulo, m. a lantern
birds

to

hunt

night

l)y

world

Foro, m. a court of justice,


forming
a market-place, a hole, a
Formare, to form, make
Forbito, part furbished, cleat
ed, polished
Formatamente, adv. formal- Forostta, /. and ForosCtto,
Forbitdio, m. a furbishing
m. a nie countryman

Form

Ite, adj.

Frse,
adv. perhaps, why
forse di si, may be so; forse
di no, may be not; fer.se
non bello? tvhy not hand-

tool

Forbottare, to beai again


Forbottato, part, beaten

Frca,/, a pitchfork, a prong


Forcata,-/, a fork-fiUl, tin
apeningofihelegs
Forcato, part, forked
Forcatra,/. the parting of the

Formatre,

j.

former,

Formazine,

/.

forming, foi

fn
Forsech, adv. perhaps, that
Forsennatggine, and For
sennatza, /. foUy, ,nad-

Formella,/, a furrow, ditch

Formentre, to ferment
Fermentato, part, leavened
Fermnto, m. corn, ferment
fork to eat rvith ; favellare in Formica, and Formicola,/, a
punta di forchtta, to speak
ant
rvith ajfectalion
Formicio, m.
ti-hiU;

Forcella, /. a little fork


Forcellto, adj. JbrRed
3"orchEtta, and Forcfna, /. a

Forchettira, /. a sheath for

fork

throng, a croy
formicaio, to

Forte,
adj.
desidero t

Forte,
i

Formicolio, m. a

mad-

Forsennato, adj. mad, extravagant

fa forte tempo,
iveather

il

Forchiiidere, to exclude
Forcne, m. an iron fork
Forcutamente, adv. like

Forsennatamente, adv

m.

Jlowe:

swarm of

fork
Forcuto, part, forked
ForelUno, m. a littte hole
Forense, adj of the bar
Forse, m. a rustic country
Foresdzzo,

m.

countrt

lad
Forsta,/, a forest
Forestire, adj. strange, fo
reign
Forestierla,
a quantity of
s franger, (also) an inn to

Forestierainte,

adv. stran-

ger-like

Foresto, adj. savage, wild


Forfattura, /. cheat, imposi-

Forfecchia, /. a sort of
rvith a forked fait

worm

Ferfice, s. shears, scitsars ;


ssere tra le firfci, to be in
Forficctte, and Forficie,/.p?.
little scissors
Forficita, /. a cut with the

Formicolaranto, m. a pr
ling in the body tike the
slinging of ants

Formicdne, m. a large ani


Formid.-ibile, adj. terrible

titude;

Formidine, f. fear

tzza

Fdrmola,

arui

Formula,

/.

t'ormosita,/ beauty

and

Forforggine,

scurf, dandrifofthe head

Formbile,
.

formed

adj.

nhich

may

be

/. steadiness, for.
a fortress;
for-

nimo,

conslan-

Fortificare, to fortify
Fortificatre, m. a fortifier
Fortificazine, /. and Fortifi-

Fornicare, to commit fornica-

Fortume,' and

Fornicatre, and Fomicatorllo, m. fornicator

Fortuna, f.fortL.

imgs
Fornicatrice,/ a harlot
Fornicazine, /. fornication
Fornimnto d'un bito, trimming nf clothes fornimento
di slla, the harness
Fornire, to finish,

Forire, m. fore-runner
Frma,/ form, shape, fgure

d'

Formso, adj beautiful


camnto, m. fortification
Vomce.f. kiln, furnace
Fortino, m. a small fort
Fornaciio, m. a kiln^man
Fortitdine, /. fortitude
Fomacella, and Foniacctta,/. Fortre, m. force, sharp-furnace, a kiln
rnia,/ a baker's wife
Fortuitamente, adv. casualFornio, m. a baker
ly
Fomelle, m. a small oven, a Fortito, adj. accidental; caso

Frfora,

usly
izo, adj. rather strong

Fortzza,

ongly

Fortre,

m.

la

Fortunale, adj. ca.^ual


Fortunre, to make fortunate,
to try one's luck
Fortunatamente, adv. luckily

to expire, to

furnish

FomiW,

part, furnished, en-

Fortunosamente,

dowed, adorned
Frno, m. an oven, a baker't Fortunso,

a-irf

adv.

by

FortunTol,

FRA.
flrfj.

putrifac-

haxard-

fortuitoui,

1
j

ii'jtl

Frdicio, adj. mei, rotten


Flagellare,
(see
Fragellre,

Forrdglia, adv. agaimt one't

Frza, f. force, power a forza,


adv by i^rce; far forza, io
:

atid in
Frgi-,

de; ivatives)

Fragile

a,

compef

frail
Fragilit, /.

idi. brittle,

and

Frnto, adj. broken


Frappa, /. lappet
jag,
Frappare, to

Forzamnto, m. for

feebly

adv.

sharper,

boaster

Frappeggire,

paint foh-

to

prre, to interpose

senza

dim,

Frale, adj. rveak, feeble


Fralzza,/, (see FragUzza)
rveakly,
adv.
Fralmente,
feebly

intermedi
died

Frasca, /. a bough, a bush,


branch, an idle story, a vain
man al buon vino non bisogna frasca, good wine needs
gle
no bush
l thing i
Frammesso,
a
arbour,
m.
Frascato,
serted
shade
Frammesso, part, ptit beFrascheggiare, to hustle, rnurthe
fool
play
to
mur,
putting
Frammettente, adj.
Frascheria, /. wantonness, jeet.

Forzt5vole, adj. forcible

Forzevolrante,

m.

Frappatre,

Frgnere, to break
Fragola,/, strarvberry
Fragre, m. noise: fragrancy
Fragrante, adj- fragrant
Fragranza, /. fragrancy

ForZdto, part, forced


Foriate, VI. a galley slave
Forzatre, m. he that e

ed

rveakly.

Fragilmente,

Forzatamente, adv. by fon

Frapptto, part, jagged, cheat-

Frammnto, m. fragment

violent-

Frammescolare,

Forzire, m. chest, trunk

to

mix, min-

and

adj.

Forzso,

Fraschetta,/, a small branch


Fraschettlno, m. a hare-brain
Fossa, /. ditrh, trench, grave

Frammis(

s,

mix

to

rvith

inconstant

Fraschire,

giddy peri

Franare, ._^

Frasconia,

freely,

adv.

Francamente,

fowling

openly

Fossaccia,/. a ditch

m.

Francamente,

birdingf

dead branches

pi,
Frascni,
to burn, (also) silly thing o

safety.

delivery

saying
Francare, to free, release
Francescaninte, adv. French Frase,/, phrase

any thing dug

Fssile, adj.
sal fssile,

Fosso, m. a ditch
Fotti vento, m. a kestrel
Fra, prep, (tra) between,

mongst.in, fra me,


self:

Frasinila, /. fraxinella (bastard dittany)


Frassinetto, m. an ash-.grove.

like

Francescano,

mineral salt

tn.

Francis-

Francesco, adj. French


o-

FranFrssino, m.

."

Fra, m. (for Frate)


,nonk lazy rogue

brother,

m.

clutter.

llngisa

fracida,

Frastagliantv.;

Frastagliatamente,
fnsedly
Frastagliato,

to

break, split

venomous

brtUie, fra-

FrngihWta.

f frailty

cutting,

part,

adv. connotched.

Frastglio, m. a cut, gash


FrsistornJe, to disturb, in
terrupt : frastornar uno dal

Frngia., f. fringe
adj.

cutting,

Frastagliare, to cut, -vftch


Frastagliata,/, confusion, dis-

si;

Frangibile,

a^j.

notching

vilege

Franco, adj, free, bold,


Fracassare, to destroy, break
Fracassato, paH. broken
Fracassio, m. crash, ruin
Fracasso, m- crash, ruin, havoc,

Frngere,

/. boldness,

grity, freedom, liberty


Franchigia, /. franchise, pri

Fracidre, to rot, putrefy


Fracidezza,/, rottenness
Fracidiccio, adj. rotting
putrefied
pari.
Frcido,

ash-tree

tagliatura, /.

Franchezza,

Fracassamnto,

an

Frastagliamnto, m. and Fras-

Francheggiare,

to rny.

fra qui

cammino, <o mislead


a tomnA,

Frangimnic
,

'rastuno, n.
fused noise

od-

Fratccio, m. a wicked friar

FRE

FRE

Fratanto, adv. meanwhile


Frate m. friar, brother, fath.,
Fratellanza, and Fraterfa,

Frga,

hrutlierhood
Fratellvole, adj. hroiherly

FRO

lust

Freschtto, a.

Fregacciolre, to marie, trace

'"

Fregagine,/an</ Fregamnto,

/.

^^coot''

m. rubbing, friction

Tre^t^,

Frl^o7"rfJ.

fa frigate

Fregrito, part, rubbed


Freg:in\y!i,f. friction

Fregianinto, m. ornament
^reg,dre, lo embellish, adorn

Fratllo, m. Lrolher
Frateria,/ nntkerkood

^ regidto, part, adorned

traternle, adj fratcmnl


Fratei

fS

Ff^^emalnu^nje, and

ora,ner,t.

lace.

'spa"!^;J,,p'!'/2g

fancy gli veime la frj


d andare alla campagna,
:

Fratfsmo,*!. monkery, monk,


lTtta,.f. a place, or bush

Frattaglie,/ the entrailt


e, a(i

FraUrr/a/;^7,,

Fremire,

;o

adv. fraud:c-

lently

Fraudolnte, adi. fraudvhni


^raudolentemnte, adv. fran'

Frenesia,

Fraudolnto, ad) fraudulent


Fraudolnza, ami Fraudoln^i}^,f. fraud
Frivola./, strawberry
Frazine, f. breakin'r
Frccia,

/:

fren::v

Freneticamnlo,

Freneticante, adj.

anarro?,,: darla
frccia, to borrow from every
one, or to affront every
one
Frecciare, to. hoot a da,i
Frecciata, /. the mowid
an

of

Frecciatre, m. an archer
Freddamente, adv. coldly

Freddare,

to i;et cold
non la
lasciate freddare, make haste

conduct; rdere
fret

il

frno.

Frequentare, to frequent : frequentare con qualchdunc


Frequentativo, ad), freque.

Freddato, adj cold

Freddzza,

Frequentato, pari, frequented


t requentatre, ni. a freque

'

/. coldness,

indif-

^"''i- '^oldish

v{Z7"-

Frequentazine,

Freddicelo, and Freddolso,


Freddo, m. COM; frddo,

/.

usage.

"

Freddura,

/
.

Frequnte, adj. frequent, usual


^
requentemnte, adv.

cold, violent cold.

idle7t,

Frequnza, /. frequency.

fregamnto, m. and Fregagine,.^ rubbing, frictio,

FreeaK.torub,toplay

,.s

di frsco,

Frettolso, adj.
a. friable

".{"""'''
Frl^'erf '/
FrigkJlja^/.'cPWn.M
Fx,gHhva,f frigidity
-

rigido, adj. impotent

Fri

Fraudato, part, cheated


Fraudare, to cheat
Fraudatre, ,n. a cheat
Fraucf. fraud, cheat

dulenlly

with

Frescamente, adv. newly,


Ju

or.
I

TTeich2a,J. freshness
121

adu

ncwly, lately; arrivato


di
tresco, he is lately come
Fretta./, haste, sp^-ed

frettolosamente, adv. hastily


hastu

of

a riffcpd
rugpd place:
piai

FT^^fe^oUnme,

fresh; ,,an

/-co ^ stinTo'frschri^
7s
hard

Friabilit,. r-.^>,/7,V

Frgola,

e frjfrte, to be

eoo.,

FriAhWe.

FratemitaVj-'iVoMerAooS'
ratemo, adj. brotherly

Fratsco, adj. of a -nmik


Fraticda,,./,.<.,w</e

cooli.-<h

"'"' ^'*"'^"''2. /

Frontale,

/.

Frufre, to enjoy
Fniizne,f fruition
Frma, f a trifle, toy
Frullare, to roar:

wind

frulla, the

of Frullo,

pcantity

frontlet,

Fugace, adj. twift, fugitive


Fugamnto, m. rout, disor-

of wood, a blorv nith one's


fist

shoot forth leaves


adj.
Pifondso, and Fronduto,

Fronidra, /.

FUM

FUG

FRU
Frondeggiare, and Fronddre,
to produce leaves
Frondifero, ad), leaf-bearing
to
Frondfre, and Fronzlre,

il

hlon-s

Fugare, to cha^e
Fugato, part, chased
Fugatre, m. he that chases
Fuggnte, and Fuggevole, adj.

vento
hard

flying

a whizzing, nothing

in.

at all;
frullo,

head-

der

away

adv.
non ne darei un Fuggiascamente,
stealth
I fvould not give a
adj. fugitive

oy

Fuggiasco,

Fugglbile, adj. unavoidable


FruUdne, m. a bolter to sift Fuggifatica, ni. an idler
the forehead, head,
T fonte,
flight
alia fronte dell
Fuggimnto,
face front
Frumentirio, adj. of corn
the
Fuggire, to fly away, shun,
armata, at the head of
Frumentire, m. a sutler, puril
avoid: mi fugge 1' ammo
army portar in fronte one
veyor
di vederlo, I have not the
suo pensiero, to speak as
wheat
nome tuo nel Frumnto, m. com,
s'il
thinks
yielding
adj.
fronte, tf you FrumentiJso,

mondo tegna

Fvigg(ti,f flight

world
enjoy the esteem of the
Frontegrire, to resist

Frusco,

Frontespizio,
Fronticpfzio,
and Frontesplcio, m.frontis-

Frssi, m. a kind of

Front

I,

f. frontier

Fro

adj.

bold,

of

a,

and

game

at

l-rusta,/. a wmy, u. .->'- sFrust


Frustgno, m. fustian, dimuy
Frustamat<5ni, m. a lounger

an

brazen-

idler

Fronzuto, ad), green, leajy

ar
Frosne, and Frosne, m-

FrXf/c,oti-infrdtta.a^
together

Fuggito, part, fled away


a runaway
Fuggitre,
Fio, adj. obscure, dark.
Fulclre.'<o underprop
_
thtning,
adj.
Fulgente,

_
^
whip ; frustare un
Fulgfdzza, and
wear out clothes

to

Frustale,

faced

bito, to

Frustato, part, whipped, used,


frustrated, deluded
Frustatre, m. a whipper
Frustatdrio, adj. vain, useless

Frustatura,/, a whipping
Frusto, m. a piece
Frusto, adj. worn out
Frtice, m. shrub, sprout
Frucne, m. a blow with the Fnittaiulo, m. fruiterer
Fruttare, to yield, bear, pro
Frugacchiamnto, i. a sound-

Frugacchiare, to sound with a

sick

tificante,
fertile

hunter

Fragollno, m. a child full of


tricks

and

noise

Frugolare, to poke, /""^'j


frugolare il fuco, to stir the
Friigolo, m a waggish boy
Frugone, m. a broken piecu

to

thunder, rage,

nee, to be

Fulminto,

part,

Fulminazine,

in

a pas-

fulminat

/.

fulmina

Flmine, m. thunderbolt
Fulmineo, adj. thunder-like
Fulvo, adj. yellow, ruddy
Fumcchio, m. fumigation, a
Fruttuosamente, adv. usefully,
coal which smokes much
Fumaiulo, m. a smoky coal,
F^^li^osi^, ffruUfulness
,

and Frulluare,

to

fructify

vUtto,m. fruit,

Fruttuso,

F,

rent, interest

profitable,

adj.

adj. deceased
kin:

il

fu re, the

te

Frugnulo, m. a hunting Ian-

Fulminare,

and Fruttifico, adj.

Fruttificare,

F^fat<51o, m. a long pole,


(such as bargemen use)
Frugatdre, m. one that tries
rragifero, adj. fruitful
FrugnuoUre, to go a bird
Ianina-, or fishing with a

Frugnuolatdre,
with a lantern

m. splendour
Fuliggine,/, oof
Fuligginso, adj. smoky
thunderadj.
Fulminante,
Fulirre,

Fruttito, part, frudi lied


Fruttifero, Fruttvole, Frut-

Frugalit, /rug^a^iVy
Frugare, to grope, sound, to
seek impatiently
Frugata,/, a groping, souna-

Fulgiditi, /.

Frgfdo,"^*?;. shining, bright


Fulgorato, adj brilliant

Frottola,/, a fioZiflil
Frottolre, to compose baHads
to banter

ing, probing

Fuggitivo,

Fuggiticelo, and
adj. fugitive

m.

Fruscolo,

Fucato, par*, painfed, disguii


strike

Fucile, I. the steel to


archibgio
fire fucile dell'
fire-loek

Fucina,/, a forge
Fucinata,, r. a great number

mt-

flight, escape :
"
tersi "iu'fuga, to run away;

Fu-'a!

f.

in music
fugue
^

193

the chimney-top

Fumale, adj. smoky


Fumante, adj smoking
Fumare, to smoke
Fumata,/ a smoke madejor a

Fuma,/, smoke

Fumicante, adj. tmnking


Fumicare, to perfume
Frado, adj smoky

Fumicazine, Fumigazine
/ and Furalgio, m. fumiga-

Fummre, (s Fumare, and


all its derivatives)

FUR

GAL

Forno, m. smoke, fume

Furfanteria,

/.

nickednets.

Gabbiano, m. a sea-mew,

cob.

gull

fume, vapour

aver fumo,

to

Furfantdne,

,.

a great rogue.

Fumosit,/, fume, steam


Fumdso, ad) fumy, hntif^hty

Fiiria, /. fury;
passion;
furia, adv. furiously

FumostSrno,

Furibondare, and Furiare, to


rage like a madman
Furibdndo, and Furiso, adj.
furious, raging mad
Furibdndo, and Furiato, adj.
full of madness

m..

fumitory,

(i

Funailo, m. a rope-maker

many people tied


fare una funata, to
prisoners

Funata, /.
together

make many

Funditdre, m. a stinger
Fune, /. a rope, rack,
keep

sus-

Funebre, and Funreo,


*
funeral

adj.

to

Funerale, m. funeral
FunSsto, adj fatal, unlucky
Fl'ingo, m.'

Fungdso,

mushroom; fngo

adj.

fungous

mani

al

fudco,

troppa came
undertake too

Furiosamente,

madly

adi',

Furidso, adj. fierce, mad


Furdre, m. madness
Furtivamente, adv. secretly
Furtivo, adj stolen ; furtivo
desio, unlanful desire
Furto, m. robbery ; di furto,
adv. privately
Fusdggine, /. the spindle-

Fusio, n. spindle^maker
Fusaiudio, m. a whirl for a

Funiclla./: a Utile cord


Funicolo, m. a small cord

Funzine,/, duty
Fudco, m. fire, passion,

clotvnish,

un-

Glblnta,f afidi cage


Gabbire, and Gal)bit;ro,jn. an
Gabbiollna,/ a small cage
Gabbi onata,j; a bulwark
Gabbidne, m.. a large cage;
mettere nel gabbidne, to
allure by flatteries
Gabbo, m. jeering prender a
;

tor-

one in

fune,
pense

Gabbiano, odj.

dii-

could take

al

fudco, to
things

many

Fuscllo, m. strarv, a skewer,


(also) meal, mill-dust
Fusciacca,/ a silk sash

Fusco, adj. dark, brown


Fusidne, f. fusion, melting.

gabbo, to baniei'
toll duty, tax
Gabellare, to pay duty
non
gabello quel che dite, T da

(iabma,f.

not believe a

Gabellire,

word of what
custom-house

officer

Gabinetto, m: fl^set
Gaggia, /. the skuttle of

ship

Gaggia,/, acacia, (a tree)


Gggio, m. hosfage; pledge
Gagliardamente-, adu. briskly,
boldly

Gagliardzza, and Gagliardfa,

/ strength, courage, prowess


Gagliardo, adj. stout, strong,
far del gagliardo, to brave

Fuso, m. a spindle, shaft of a


pillar

m. rennet,

Gaglio

that turns

Fudra, and Fudri, adv. and Fuso, part, melted


prep, out, ahrad,from home
Busdne, m. a sort of stag ; a
fudr di mdno, out of hand
fusdne, adv. plentifully
Fusta,/. a sort of light galley
fudr di misura, very much
Fuorch, prep, except, only
Fustagno, m. fustian
Fuorchiiidere, (see Forchi- Fusto, m. stalk, stem, shank.
;

Fuormisdra, adv.

excessivelfj

Fuorso'.amdnte, adv. except


FurascJto, m. an highway.

Furace,

and

Furante,

Futuramente,

adi,

for the fu-

ture

Falro, adj. future


,, iudlo, m. end, husk, shell
Ggno, m. a plate abounding

adj.

hurtful

th

Furdre, to steal
Furato, part, stolen
Furatrire, m. a thief
Furbccio, n. rogue, knave
cunningly

beasts,

(also)

Gagnolamnto, and Gagnolio,


m. the howling of a dog
Gagnolare,

to

howj, roar

Furbamente, adv.
GABBADE'O, m. a hypo- Gaiamente, adv. ttierrily, plea
Furberia, /. a cheat
crite
sanity, gaily
Furbescamente, adv. roguishly Gabbamnto, m. a cheat. Gaizza, /. gatety, cheerfulFurbsco, adj. deceitful
Furbetto, m. a knavish man
Furbo, m. a knave, a rogue
Fu
aferr
Furfantaocio,
a scoundrel
Furfantare, to live the life of

scmtndrel
Furfante, m. a rogue, rascal
Furfant-IIo, and Furfantino,

m. a

little

rogue

Gabbanlla,

/.

ridinghood, or

Gabbano, m. a felt cloak


Gabbrfrc, to deceive

gabbarsi,

G-abbato. part, deceived

Gabbatdre, m. deceirer
Gabbia,/, <i cage, a jail
Gabbiio, m. a cage-maker
123

Gio, adj. gay, joyful


Gala,
ornament,

'SS

finery^

star siine gie, to ft-

'

GAM
Gambettare,

Galantemente, adv. genteelly


Galanteria,/. civilUy, bravery
Galantine, ailj. preti}/, delicate
un galanU'no, a beau, a spruce
fellow
(jalantuiimo, m. a gallant man
GaliSppio, I a trap
Galassia. X. the milky rray
Galeno,, thegi.m galbaniim
Galea, and Galra./, a galley
Galeazza,/, a double gatiey
Sale(}i)e,
a galleon
Galetta,/, a small galley
Galetto -. a galley-slace
Galra,/ (;ttf Galea)
GdUa, /. an acorn, gall-nut
luck
Essere a galla, to get

lo

play tvith one's

Gamb'tto, m. a trip up dare


il gambtto ad uno, to turn
;

Garpa,/. spavins
Garrevole, adj. scolding

Gambire,/, harness for

the

Garrimnto, and Garrito,

Gambo, m.

Garrire, io chide, blame,

stem, stalk

Garabuccia./. a small leg


Gambuto, high stalked
Gana, /. fare di gana, to do
7piltingty, tvith a good lieart
Ganscia,/, the Jaw
Gncio, m. a hook
Gangherare, to set on hinges
Gangherato, arlj. on hinges
Gnghero, 7i. a hinge, pivot :
dare ne" gngheri, to take
uscir de' gangheri, to
blunder

7.

ti

rmaj' nock,

a,"/.

a jay, (a

'

'''

Garbat2za,/. gracefulness
Garbato, adj. un umo garbito, a tnan if address
(I s</f Aen
Gallinaccio, adj. of a hen
Garbino, m. t!ie svulh-rvest
Gallinccio, 7. a kind of.
tvind
mushroom, (also) a turkey- Gdrho, m. garb, carriage ; con
cnrJc
bel garbo, civilly
Gallinio, m. a poufterfiGarbglio, m. tumult : confaGilo^ r,i. a code; gallo d'Insion ; mettere in garbglio,
dia, a turkey
to put in di.mrder
_

Gallin.-lccia,/.

'i

GailJne, m. galloon, lace


Gallria,/, transport qf joy
far gallria, to

make a

(areggiamnto, m.

'holt-

day
'

Galoppare, to gallop
Galoppatre, ni. a galloper
Galppo, m. a gallop
Galuppo, m. a poor object
Gambci, /. leg; dolersi di
gamba sana, io complain
without
gambe, to run arvay
Gambale, m. a stem of flowers
Gambarulo. and (xamberulo,

m. {see Gombira)
Gambata,/, a gambol, a kick
"JfS
.

of

lad, ter-

(.?es

Gara)

Garzonzza, /. childhood, fanGarzonlle. adj. boyish, childish


Gcirzulo. ni. tire heart of
herbs, *<:. CiU>bage, lettuce,
^-c.

(also)

sort

of hemp

GasOmetro, m. a gasometer
(ia.stigagine,

gamnto,

/.

ni.

chastisement,

and Gastipunishment,
(also)

educa-

tion

Castigante, adj. chastising


Gastigre,
chastise,
to

to

Gastjgatre, m. punisher, cen-

Getiegsiinte, adj. striving


Gareggiare, to contend ; gareggiare nello stdio, to study

;.

Gall.za, and Gallzzola, /.


It-gall (also) bub
.s for,,

soi-t

igpie)

:oncco, m. a stout lad


Garzoncllo, and Garzoncino,
a young lad

Hf',"""''

fare a gara, to be rivals


Garabullre, to cheat
Garbare, to smile upon, please,
{^iho) to have a gent el air
Garbatamente, adv. graceful-

(also)

Galliclnio, cock-crowing time


of the night

si

Grrulo, adj. prattling, chat-

Garzne, m. a boy, a
Galleggiante, aJ]. snmming
Galleria,/, a ^ary
Galltta, /. i kind qf grape.
Galletto,

legs

Gareggiatre, n. a rival
Gareggiso, adj. a litigious
person
Gartto, m. the Ihigh, the ham
<;argapIire,<o murmur
Gargagliata, /. a paddling,

dabbling
|

GarganUglia,/. a necklace
Gargarismo, /i. ^ar^/<
Gargarizzare, to gargU
gzzo, /. atiil Gargozzle,

m. rvindpipe, throat
iariandro. n. a sort of pre-

Gatt^jo, m. a cat's meat setter


Gattaiula,/ a cat's hole

Gattria,/, catsmiui (herb)


Gatto, m. and Gatta.

plain

GatUno, m. a kitten
Gattomammne, m. a kind of
Gattne. m. a large cat fare
il gattne, to connive at
Gattozibftto, m. a civet cat
Gavazza, /. Gavazzo, and
Gavazzamnto, in. shout for
:

Garofanare,
rofanc

he-cat, a she-cat ; vnder


la gatta in sacco, to sell a

pig in a poke ; far la gatta


morta, io dissemble; voler
la gtu, io be in earnest:
chiamar la gatta, to speak

J'-.V

Gavazzale,

to rejince

much

GER

GEM
Gavazxiiire, m.

lie

nation, men, peocron-d, kindreil, fala gnte del re, the


king's soldiers ;
gnte a

GSnte, /.

that rejo'icea

ple,

Gaudentemente,

adv.

mily;

joy-

fnlbi

(aiio.m. joy, mirth


Gaudioso, ailj.jnyjul, glad

!?.Iogfa,/.

cavalle, horsemen ; buna


gnte,
good people
di
bassa gnte,
of "u mean

pene

Genterella,

f.

Generalato,
ple
generalsMi
Generale, adj geieeral
Gentildnna, /. a gentlervoGeneralissimo, m. and adj. the
supreme commander, very Gentile, and GentilPtto, adj.

Gavi'gne,/. pi. kernels in the


(5avill.-ir. (see

Cavillare,

cofnmcn peo-

and

genteel, noble, vice

gentili,

Genera\Hh,f. generality
gentiles, pagans
Generalmente, ado. generally; Gentil!?sco,
adj.
handsome,
generalmente iiarlandojcojgenteel
Gentilsimo, m. heathenism
Gener;lnte, adj. begetting

sort of eel
t offish
zera, /. a jay,

a,/ a

Generare,

to

beget,

bring

Gentilire, to make nnUe


Gentilit, /. heathenism, no-

(7azztta./. gazette

bility

Gazurro, m. noise, thundering


-

Gelamnto, m. and Gelata,

Gentilzza, /. gentility, courtesy, kindness

/.

Gentilizio, adj. common to a


country, or family
Gentilmente, courteously, rich'
ly, splendidly

m.

GenalCtto,

frost

country

GeUre,

to freeze, to be frozen
tviik cold ; gela, it freezes
Gelatam-nte,
adv.
coldly,

cUU!^,fiarfully
Gelatina, and GelerSa.f jelly
Gelato, and Gt'Iido, adj. frozen,

Gentiludmo,
Gctitiiccja,

Genericamente, adv.
neralmente)

(see

Ge-

f.

enlle-

rabide,

mob

Genuflessine,/ gennf.e.Tl
aflrsso, adj.

knee':ng

Genrico, adj. generical, comGklr, j: rabide, mob of people


Geliti'dio, m. flosty weather

Gelidzza, /.
'j\o,m.

ice,

Grnero, m. a sonin-larv
Generosamente, adv. gene- Geografia,/, geography
Geografo, m. geographer
Generosit,/. generosity
Geomante, m. geonumcer
Geomanzia, /. a kind of

cooling, fresh-

frost, cold

(elosamnte, ado. jealously


Gelosia,/, jealousy; a lattice.

di-

Genesi, /. Genesis, (the first Gemetra, m. geomrtrician


.
Book of Moses )
Geometria,/, geometry
Gengia, aied Gengiva, /. tht Geometricamente, adj. geome-

adj. jealou

trically

Geomtrico, adv. geometrical


'

m.clli,'

m.

pi.

the celestial

'

.manie, adj. groaning


I

spirit; ,ril, lafents, part


and<Sre a gnio, to please
Genitale, adj. genital
Genitivo, m. the genitive cc
(in grammar)
Genito, adj. begotten

'

Genitore, i./uMcr
Genitrice,/, mother
Genitura,
birth
la prir

birthright;
men, casting one's nativity

Gennio, m. January
( en tccia.
1

Gentglia, /. and

Gentme, m.

Gerrchico,

adj.

of heaven,

GTrgo, and Gergne, m. the


obscure ca,:t of thieves, slung

fa

dosser
CZrXa,
Gern-.nico, arfj. German

geniiiira,

i^o'nl^'rrooi

[Gerarca; "L'i// "P""''rV../

rabble, -noi

german
Germano,

aJj.

right, proper.

GHI
a

m.

Germinare,

budding,

shooting forth

GerminaUvo,

adj. Jit to engen-

der

Germogliamnto, m. a bud-

Ghiacciia,/, an ice-house
Ghiacciare, to freeze
Ghiacciato, adj. frozen
Ghiccio, I. ice
Ghiacciudlo, ni. icicle
Ohiacciso, adj. of ice
Ghiac<nto, m.
a stone

Ghironda,/, a musiealin>tru-

so

Gi, adv. formerly, already :


gi la sera venuta, it ii
already night
Giacch, conj. since
Giaccher,/, a play, a roguish

called

Ghiado, m. extreme cold


Germdglio, m. bud, blossom
Geroglificre, to
Geroglffico,

make

hiero-

m. hieroglyphic

Gerott'iffico, adj. hieroglyphical,

Ghiaggiulo, m. corn-Jlonier,
smord-grass
Ghiera,
liiia,
/. gravel:
Giaita,/. 1 g-rat)e/-p/ace
Ghiaiso, adj. sandy, gra-

Gicchio,

order

/.

of

tie

Ghidnda, / the acorn


Ghiandia,/, a jack-dam
Ghiandlfero,

adj.

bearing

te,

Giacre,

and

Gessso,

adj.

Ghindola, /. kernel in the


Jlesh, glanders
Ghiandccia, and Ghiandzza,

m. chalk

Gsta,/.
Gcsteggii
use too much gesture
GEsto, m. action, gesture
Gesuita, m. a Jesuit
throw,
shoot,
Gettare,
to
sospiri,
to
hurt ;
gettar
fetch sighs ; gettar \ia, to
throw away ; gettar motto,
gettare, to bud,
to mention
bloom : gettar la sorte, lo
east lots ; gettir a male, to
consume ; gettar il tempo, to
spend time ; gettare, to cast
in a mould; gettarsi ad una
cosa, to apply one's self to a

GhirabalSnza, and Ghieral-

thing
Gettata,/, a cast, a throrv
Gettito, adj. thrown, cast
melted
Gettatre, m. caster founder
Getto, m. throw, cast canndm
di gtto, a brass cannon

Ghignatdre, ni. a grinner


Ghignazzare, to laugh, grin
Ghignettlno, and GhignStto,
ni. a smile, simper
Ghigno, n. a smile
Ghitta, /. a dripping-pan
Ghiottamente, adv. greedily
Ghiotterellfno, and Ghiotterello, adj. dainty, nice
Ghitto, m. a glutton

Gheppio,

ni.

kestrel

lodging
iacimnto,

m.

lying

Giaco, m. coat of mail


Giallamina, and Gial'ionnina,
/. lapis calaminaris
Gialleggiante, adj. yellowish
Gialleggiare, to grow yellorv
Giallttto, and Gialliccio, adj.
yellowish
Giallzza,/, polene
Giallo, adj. yellow, pale
Giallgno, and Giallgnolo,
adj. yellow, pale
Gialios^nto, m. a light yel-

.ttne, m. a glutton
Ghiottoneria, and Ghiottmia,
/. gluttony, daintiness, )
gishness, knavery
Ghiva, /.
clod,
turf </
Giammi, adv. never, ever
earth
GiammEngola,/. a small mutGhizzo, ni. a bit, morsel,
ter, or Mingblockhead agudgeon, {ajish)
Giannetta,/, a sort qf arms,
Ghiribizzare, io devise, forge

far

ghppio, to die
Gherblno, m. the south'
Gherlino, m. a hawser
Gherminella,
juggling
/.

stick

tricks

Ghermire,
Ghermfto,

situated, seat-

'"ltto,aJ). greedy

gtto di pietra, at

adj.
to

down,

dmi,f.trijles, nonsense
Ghiazzertno, m. a coat of mail.

ad un

sweep-net,

be indisposed, io
to
be situated:
Londra giace alla ripa del
Tamigi, London is situated
on the Thames
iacre, m. a hare's form,
lie

G6<;so,

velly

obiciire

Gerretiia,

Gessato,
chalky

1.

uhio tondo,
spare no
lo
person ; gittre il gicchio
sulla sipe, to do a pteju-

Ghiribizzatdre, m. a faniasti
cat whimsical fellow
GliJribizzio, m. a device, in

part.

tnatchtd,

Gherofano, m. a giUyJlo
or elove, pink
Gherone, m. gasset
Ghtto,
m. an abode for

Ghzzo, m. a

nioor,

a negro

Ghiribizzso, adj. fantastic


Ghirigro, m. a dash, a stroke
of a pen
.

Ghirlanda,/, garland
Gliiro, 1. a dormouse
126

Giannettirio, a soldier amiti


with a pike
Giannettta, /. a blow with a

GIO

GIO

Giardino, and Giardintto, m.

a garden

m.

Glarfjdne,

ttone

so

calleii

Oiarro, m. ajar
Giattanza,/.' brag, boast
Giva. f. magazine, ttoreGiavvelltto, m. a javelin

Gibbo, m. a hump
Gibbso, and Gibbuto, adj.
Gibrna,/, a scrip
Gilo, m. ice, frost, cold
Giga,/, a jig
m" a giant
Gigantescamente, m. gianl-

Giocolarmnte, adv. merrily


Giocolatdre, i. a juggler
Giocolo, ni. game, sport
Giocondamente,
joyadv.
fully
Giocondto, adj.
contented,
.pyful
Giocondvole,
adj.
joyful,
agreeable

Giocondzza, and Giocondit,

mirth, jollity

Giocndo, adj. merry, gay


Giocosamente, adv. merrily
Giocso, adj. gamesome, S}iortfui
Giogia, /. the dew-lap of an
ox; ridge of hills
Gioglito,

mixed

adj.

tvith

<Tigante,

Gigantsco, and Giganto, adj.


Gigliato,

m.

fiorentine

(piece

of money)
Gigliato,

ttrerved

adj.

rvith

Giglio', m. darnel
Gigo, m. a yoke, slavery,
bondage ; top of a moun-

tain
Giia, f.jervel, joy, mirth
Gioiante, adj. cheerful
Gioiellato,

adj.

with

set

lilies

Giglito, m. a lily garden


Giglitto, m. a S7>iall lily-

Gioielliere, m. a jerveller
Gioi-llo, m. a jewel

fringe
a lih
Oil
Gineprio,
and

Gioiosamente, adv. joyfully


Gioiso, adj. meity, cheerful

Gineprto,

rvhere juniper

m. a place
grows

Ginpro, m. a jumper-tree
and Ginpra,/' the berry

a,/

4m

Ginestrto,

n.

Gin

Gingia./

the

a place

chee

tvliere

Giornale, m. journal, diary


Giornale, anil Giornaliro, adj.

gums

Gingillare, to be fantastic
Gingillo, m. a subtle but fantastic invention

Ginnstico, adj. belonging

to

Giornalmnte, adu. daily


Giornata, /. a day girno di
lavro, a day's rvork. Alia
giornata, adv. daily, now-a;

Ginnetto, m. a Spanish horse'


Ginnico, adj. of a rvrestler, of Girno,

i.

day,

day -light

buon
Ginocchiello, m. a hog's foot,
or knee-piece
Ginocchio, m. a knee
Ginocchine, adv. kneeling-

girno, good morrow.


L'
aspetto di giorno in
giorno, I expect him every

day
Giostia, fjusting^ilting.Jight,

^'^
merry, jo-

Giochevolmnt

adv.

Gio'c'o,

m.

(see

m.

Giostrante,

vjiocre, to play
Giochvole, adj.

vier-

Gindco)

Giocoforza,/, necessity, force


Giocolare, adj. jocular, mer-

justler,

ijustler

Giovamnto, m. good, benefit


Giovancci, m. an unexpeGiovangiia,/. youth, quantity
of young people
Givane, m. and /. a young
person
187

Givane,

GI

vicissitude

Gire, to t'o
Girli la, /.
a tmall rvheel,
rveathercock. pi<//ey, turnitile; dar nelle girlle, to
Girellalo,

pulleys
Girllo,

Giudicare, to judge
Giudicativo, and Giiidicatro,
adj. judicial
Giudicato,
m. jurisdict _,
office of a judge, judgmetU,

m. a maker nf
Giudi
an inconstant pei
irete,

71

rveather-

(a

harvk)

Gixo.m. a turn, tour


adj. hy turns. Per

la,/, defraud, deceit

Giuocatre,

g-reat

a gamester

the end

tvill see

of

thie

unavoidablt
/.
cessity
icolare, to play, toy
icofurza,

and GiucU?.io, m.
justice, judgment,
sentence, decree, reason, un-

Giudtcio,
or

o,

cially

circle,

ni.

Giudiciale,
Giudizi>ile, and
Giudiciario, adj. judicial
Giudicialninte,
adv.
judi-

comi nf
Girne, m. a

i,f joint, seam


to play for trijle,

GiuociJre. to sport

^f-.V

Ghiicazine,/. judgment
Giudice, m. judge
Giudichevolrante, adr. justly

m.

Giuocoiatre,

toyer

derstanding, opinion

Giudiciosamnte, and Giudiziosamente, adv. Judicious-

Gfta,/. going, Tvalking


Gittare, tn throw, cast
GitttSi,

throw
fa cast,
"

Gittate, adj.

thro
Gitto,

and

throw,
gitto,

'y
Giudicicjso,

'

and

Giudiziso,

Gigero, i. an acre of land


a Giggiola, /. the fruit of

{he

damage.

loss,

adv.

'

Gittaninto,
exactly,

to

a Giuggiolino,

muddy

Giuratre, m. a swearer
Giuratrio, adj smearing
to be swnrn {law term)
i. law, right

adj.

red

colour;

(also)

sirup ofjujube
Giggiolo, in. a jujube-tree

Gignere,
Giubba,

Giuridicamente,

J"!/

Giugnimnto, nu union
Giugno, III. month of June
Giuladro, m. a bujffhon

jiuridizion.iie,

Giumenta,

Giucire, (see Giuocre, and

GiuraenUre, m. a driver
Giumnto, m. a labouring

its

derivatives)

ing

Giulebbe, and Giulcbbo, m.


julep
Giulivamente, adv. jnyfully
GiulivEtto, adj. joyjul
Giulivit,/, gaiety, mirth
Giulivo, adj. merry, gay
Giumlla,/, trvo handfuls
/.

to

imitate

the

to

cutj.

belong,

a judge, or jadg.

meat

G iuridizine, /. jurisdiction
Giusrma,
used

'

a sort of hatchantong the au-

/.

nts

Giuso, adj. down, belato


'Jista, prep, according
Justly.
iustamnte,
adv.
agreeably
GiustzJa, /. exactness, jv

breeding

Giudico, adj. Jeroish


Giudaizzare,

adv. 'legal-

ly

Giuridico, adj. lanful

Giubilazine, /. and Gibilo,

Giudaismo, m. Judaism

or

to arrive,join, reach,

petticoat.

/.

Giubberllo, and Giubbtto,


m. a little doublet
Giubbilo, m. a jubilee
Giubbne, m. a doublet, undercoat
crrere in giubbne,
to run very fast
Giubilare, to rejoice
Giubilatre, m. one leaping for

Giure,

Giuncia, /. and Giunchto,


m. a place full of rushes
Giuncare, to slrerv flowers

Giasxfc.lie,

Giuncato, adj.

GastUcaVimnte, adv. Justly,

tice

coverea

adj.justfying

Giustificare, to justify ; gius


tificrsi, to clear one's self

Giudaesco, adj. Judaic, qf the


mith

Giudo, wi. and Giuda, /. a


justifiably
Jew, Jewess
Giustificativo, adj.
justifiaGiunch(gIia,/>,i7Hi7
Giudo, adj.
Judaical,
ble
of Giunco, m. ru-xh, bulrush
the Jews, obstinate, unbelicv- Giuncdso, adj. full of rushes
itificto, part, justified
Gingere, {see Gignere)
stificazin'e, /.* ju'stifica
?nto, m. judgment, Ginta./, addition, increase;
m. gund measure; prima
clUa
Tuii^, f. justice;
- cdj. judging
ginta, adii, immediately
<

Via

GOM
drop, a

GOR

crack in the

Gndola./, a Venetian hoot, a


gondola
Gondolire, n ^
Gonfalne, n. a l
Gonfalonieratico, m. the dig

rvall.

Gocciare, and

GoccioUre,

fall by drops
Gocciolamnto,

right
ailj.
just,
Giusto,
questo abito trojuJO giusto,
;

iht coat

U lw>

m.

Giusto,

Giusto, adv.

Glaba.

/.

tight

an honest
jii.-tly,

a'

young

man

precisely
plant, ci

cile, a,y. o/ice

m.

gladiator.

Gianduia./, kernel, gland


glnndlovs

GlanduMso, adj.
Glba,/ glebe, clod of earth

the;
gli
scolari, the
scholars^ gli, io him : gli
dissi, Itold him ; gli parlai,

Gli,

l spoK-e io

to

a drop-

ping
Gnfia, m. a glas.
glass-blower
Gonfiagine, m. a sw
Gonfiamnto, ni. pt

Gocciolante, adj. dropping


GoocioMto, part.
dropped.

.lil

Gladiatre,

m.

him

m. a globe
Globosit,/, ronndnfts
Globso, adj. globular
Glria, /. glvry, honour ; aspettre a glria, lo tvait
with patience
Gloriente, adj. boasting
Gloriare, to praise, extol, to
boast, praise one's self
Gloriato, adj. glorious ; and
Goriso, fanwns
Glorific-ire, (see Gloriare)

GItfbo,

Glorificatre, m. glorijier
(ilorificazine,
and Gloriaz.6ne, f. glorification
Glorio'samnte, ado. glorious-

Gocciolatio, n. gutter, drain


Gocciolino, J', a small drop
Gcciolo, m. a drop
Gocciolne, m. a duice, a
blockhead
(jocciolso, adj. dropping
Godente, adj. rejoicing ;

to behai-e

a balloon, a cannon
Gonfiatre,
n.
a srveller.
fill

Godimnto, m. enjoying
Goditre, m.
luxurious

proud; parle gonfie, boasting, swelling words


GonfiOtto, m. a bladder
Gongola,/, sore throat, smelt

pe'son

Goduto, pari, enjoyed


Goffaggine,
Gofterra,
and
Goffzza, /. dulness
Goffamente, adv. foolishly
Goffo, adj. foolish

ing in the glands

an iron collar,
/.
string, net, embarrassment
Gogna, m. a villain
Gla, /.
the
throat; lust,

gown,

Ggna.

passion,

petticoat

Gra, /.

a canal, aqueduct,

conduit

mouth

Grbia,

Goleggire, to wish
Goltta,/, a gorget, a stock
Glfo, m. a gidf, a bay anly, n'ith honour
dare a golfo liicito, to sail
Gloriso, adj. gloriotis
straight to a place
Glsa,/. commentary
Golosamente, adv. greedily
Glosdre,
to
comment,
ex- Golosit., f gluttony
pound
Golso, adj. ravenous
Glosdto,
part.
commented Golpato, adj. bad, spoilt
Golpe, /. a fox, rust which
dosatre, m. commentator
falls upon corn
Glossrio, m. a glossary
Golpne, m. a large fox, a
Gltine,/, glue
sagacious, crafty man
Glutinso, adj. glutinous
Gmblto, and Gmito, m.
Gnaffe inlerj. faith !
elbow, a cubit
Gnatone, m, a parasite
Gmma.,
cable
Gomitata, /. blow with the
Gnaulare, to mem as a cat
Gncco, m. dunce, blockhead,
a dumpling
Gomitolo, m. a ball of thread
Gnomne, m. a gnomon of the Gomitnc, adv. star gomitne,
sundial
to lean upon the elbows
GnSrn, adj. ignorant
Gmma, /. gum, a sort of

proudly

Gonfiato, part, swelled; gonfiato di suprbia, concciltJ


Gonfiatio, an instrument to

wi.

order of knighthood
to enjoy, rejoice; del
presente mi godo, e meglio
aspetto, I evjiiy what t have,
and hojefr better times
Goderccio, rrdj. agreeable
(lodvole, adj. pleasant

Godere,

/.

a ferrei

the point

Grga, and Grgia,

/. throat
tirar di g<irgia, (o /arer

Gorgheggi.-ire, to quaver

Gorgneggiatfre,
'

m. a war

Gorghidra, f. a neck-piece,
rnjr
Gorgine, m. a drunkard

Gorgogliamnto,

i.

gar

fa

Gobba,/, hump
disorder
Gobbctto, m. humped
Gommarbica, /. gum arahic
Gobbo, m. and adj. hump- Gommifero, adj. producing
backed ; (also) a Spanith

Gommso,

adj.

gummy

Gorgogliante, ndj. thai grumbles in the brw'tls


re, io t:ar.gle, bubble,
I

>

Goreoglidto, ad. gncrved by


n-ievils, or mils
m. a warbling.

Gorgglio,
I

GRA

GRA

graduat
Gradualmente, adv. gradually
Gradudre, to distinguish by

tea crab; pigliare un g>n


cipdrro, to mistake
Grancire, to snatch, to grub
Grancito, part,
hooked in,
snatched
Grande, m. a nobleman, lord

GRA

Graduale,./?^;,

i,f.gou
<(5tto, m. a glass, a cup
Gottso, adj. gouty
Governale, m. helm, rudder
Goveniamnto, m. government, conduct
Governante,/, governess
Governare, to govern, rule
Governalo, part, governed
Governatre, m. governor
Governazidne,/. governme,it
Govemfrae, m. dung
Governo, m. regimen, care,
conduct, government senza
governo, at random.
Far
n.al governo, to spoil a thing
Govrno, m. government, a
rudder of a ship
Gozzaia,/. a men
Gozzo,m crop of a bird
;

Gozzoviglfa,

mirth

far

pleasure,
gozzoviglia, to
/.

make merry

degrees, to confer degrees

Graduatamente, adv. gradually

Grande, adj. great, large,


high
Grandeggiare, to play
Graffiante, adj. scratching
(Jraffiare, to scratch
Graffiasanti, m. an hypocrite
Graffiato, part, scratched
Gr;Sffio, 7)1. a hook
Gragnula,/. hail, drizzling
Grama gli a,/, mourning

great

Grandtto, adj. somervhat big.

Grandzza,/, largeness
Grandicciulo, and Grandi-

dog-grass

Gramignato, part, overgrown


tvith rveeds

Gramigne, m. a

sort

olive-

qf

the

Grandemente, adv. greatly

Gramre, to make unhappy


Gramigna, and Gramignudla,

tall,

man

tree

Gramignso, adj full of dog-

cllo, adj. pretty big


Grandigia, grandeur, greatness, vanity
Grandinare, to hail
Grandinata,/, a hail-storm
Grndine,/, hail, calamity
Grandinso, adj. tempestuous
Grandiso, adj. great, haugh-

ty

Grandfre,

grass

augment,

fo

to

Grammtica, /. grammar
prefer
Grammaticale, adj. gram- Grandlto, part, augmented
matical
Granduca, m. a great duke
Gozzovigliata, J", mirth, good
living, revels
Grainmtico, m. grammarian Granducato,
nu
a great
duchy
Gozzuto, adj. wide-throated
Grammaticalmente,
adv.
grammatically
Granduchessa, /.
Gracchia. /. a rook; m. a
a great
Gramo, adj. wretched, poor
Grmola, vi. a brake (for Granello, m. grain, com.
Gozzovigliare,

to

be

inerry

together

flax)

Gramolare, to bruise flax


Gramolato, part, mashed

G racchiatdre, andG racchidne, Grmpa,

the

/.

pam

of a

Granftto,

adv.

so

much,

certainly

a prattler

Grcculo, m. a jackdarv , jay


Grina.f. grain, cochineal
Granio, adj. of corn, wheat
croak
Gracidatdre, m. a babbler, Granio, m. granary
Granaiudlo,
chatterer
m.
comchan-

Granigine, and Granitura, f.

Grcile, adj. small, thin


Gracilit,/, thinness

Granito, part, grained


Granito, m. granite

<;raciclare, to

dler

Granare,

Gradare, to go step by step


Granaro,
Gradatamente, adv. by de- Granata,

to

grain
of wheat
a broom, a gra-

adj.

grees

Gradazione,/, gradation
Gradella, / a grate, hurdle
Gradvole, adj. grateful
Gradevolmente, adv. loving-

Granato, m. pomegranate
Granato, part, grained
Granatuzza,/. a little broom
Granbestia, /. a certain beast,

an elk
Gradimnto, m. favour, kind- Grnchio, m. a
Gradinita,/. a flight of steps
Gradino, m. steps
Gradire, to accept, approve, to

mount up
Gradito, part,

accepted

tviih

lobster, crab,

crayfish, Cancer, one of the


twelve signs of the zodiac ;
pigliar il granchio, to catch

Tartar

to

be

'.aught

i granchi voglion morder le


balene, they give themselves

pounding seed
Granimnto, m. becoming seed
seeding,

Granmastro,

?n.

grand-mas-

adv.
rranmerc,
I give
thanks
Grano, m. wheal, grain
Granso, adj. full of grain
Grappa,/, the stem offruit
Grappare, to g-apph, seize
Grappo, m. grapling
Grappolino, and Grppolo, m.
srrmll hunch of grapes, a
uster : nuovo grappolo, a
ckhead
provision;
a
Grscia, /.
court of justice, a Roman
edile

Grado,

dignity
Grnca
CIO mi viene grado, Hiat
Tpleases me
mio mal grado.

m.

degree,

the

rascino,

m. a commissary oj

Grassamente, adv.

with fat-

Grassatre, m. highwayman
Grassello, m. a little piece of
fat, (also) a sort of very fine

Grave,

adj. heavy, majestic.


grave, serious, firm

Grassftto, adj. somewhat fat

Gravecmbalo, m. a

Grasszza, f. fatness
adj.

(JriSsso,

fat,

Gravdine, catarrh

fruitful
Grdsso, m,

Gravemente, adv. grievously,

stare sul
fat ;
easy circumquesto fu un jiatto
grasso per voi, this njas a
f/ood bargain for you
Grassccio, adj. fat, one in

Grav5tto, adj. rather troublesome, hard, difficult

Gravzza, /. heaviness, disquiet, weight


Gravicmbalo, and Gravicm-

good condition
Grassne, m. a very fat man
Grassotto, adj. pretty fat

bolo, jn. harpsichord

GraUccia, /.

a how

a hurdle,

Gravit./, gravity, authority,


majesty, weiglit
Gravosamente, adv. grievous-

net, or

ly, severely

Gravoso, adj. heavy, ponderlaltict

grate.

vork

Grazia,

Graziare, to favour
Graziato, adj.
loaded
kindness,
gratified,

(in voetry) heavij,

adj.

weighty, grievous
adv.

Grevemente,

heavily,

grievously

Grezzo,

adj. coarse,

clownish

Griccilo, m. caprice, fancy


Griccine, m. a kt-id of waterforvi
Grida,/, edict, rumour, report
Gridare, to cry, scold, murmur

tvith

Grido, m. cry, clamour


Grieve,
adj.
heavy,
dull,
grave, serious, majestic

gra-

Grievemnte,

Graziosamnte, adv. grace


fully, for nothing
Graziosita,/ gracefulness
Grazioso,

graceful, agi ee-

((;.

adv.
heavily,
grievously
Grifagno, adj ravenous
Grifre, to rub snout against

m. snout, fece of a
deliberar tutti tre
;
trovar modo d'ugnersi
alle spese di Calandrino, ali three resolved
lo find means to have a nice
dinner at the expense of

Grifo,

man

grattare, scrape grattar gli


orecchi, to.flatter
Grattato,
scratched.
part.
:

Grecamdnte, adv.

after

the

Grecian manner
Grech-sco, adj. Grecian

di
il

Grattatura,/ a scar
Grattgia, /. a grater
Grattugiare, to grate
Grattugiato, part, grated
adv.

Gretso, adj. gravelly, sandu


Grettamente, adv. r.-.ggardy
Grettzza, and Gretti tdine.

grace, agreeableness :
di grazia, I desire you ; mi
dica di grazia, pray tell me :
far grazia, to forgive ;
le
grazie, the gracts

Gratificare, to gratify
Gratificazine,/, gratuity
Gratis, adv. for nothing
Gratitdine,/, gratitude
Grato, adj. grateful, agreeable
Grato, m. mill, desire, pleasure
Grato, adv. voluntarily
Grattaca'po, m. itching of the

Gratuitamente,
for nothing

m. a sandy ground,
marshy, swampy ground

Grto, aJj thick

Grve,

Gravidzza, and Gravidiinza,


/ pregnancy
Grvido, adj. full, pregnant

Grassume, m.fat things


Grata,/, a grate
Gratamente, adv. gratefully
Gratlla, and Gratfcolo, /.

Graticcio, m.

Grto,

Grtola,/ bar of a cage ; way,


means, opportunity; trovar
la grtola, to find the oppor-

seriously

gi-dsso, to be in

stances

Itarvsi-

chord

fertile,

grifo

Calandrino

and

Griffo,

Gregario, adj. of the flock


Gregge, m.jlock, herd, drove
Gregeia,/, sheepfold
Greggio, adj.
rude,
unpo-

freely,

Gratito, adj. gratuitous


Gratulante,
adj.
congratulating

lished

griffin

dare

Grifne,

?i.

griffo, face, mouth;


griffo, to grin -

trcere

il

un

grifne ad uno, to
give a box on the ear
Grfgio, adj, grey, grizzle

Greggiulo, m. a Utile flock


GrilHre'

Grembiata,/ a lapful
Grembiule, m. a woman's

Gravaccio, adj. dull, heavy


Gravame, m. weight, burthen

apron, a riding apron

viness,

duty,

tax,

middle,

aj'ront.

Gravante, adj. heavy, weighty


Gravare, to aggravate, trouble
mi grava molto della
vostra disgrazia, / am very
sorry for your misfortune

to

Gremito,

adj.

trigger of a gun
a cricket, gross-

Grilloso, adj. fantastical

hold

locked.

GrimaMillo, m. a picklock
Grinza,/ wrinkle
Grinzso, adj. vninkled

man-

Grisliti, TO. chrytolite


'-risopzio,
TO.
a tert

riUotalpai/i-nsecf

gripe, lay
thick,

simmer

maggot, rvhim

lap,

womb

Gremire,

iper.

Gravamnto, m. weight, hea- Grumbio, and Grmio, m.

to

Grilletto,
'^-'"o, m.

Grppia,/, rack,
ger
131

stall,

of

GRU
Grisplgnoo, m. sow-lliistle
0'-Tnn\z..f. tartar,

and

Gronda,

mud

Grondia,

m.

/.

gutter, the eavei of a house,


a tori oftle
Grondante, adj. dropping
Grondare, to drop, lo Jlow in
gutters
Grppa, /. ciupper, rump :
portare :n grppa, to taks
up behind on liorsebuck

Groppira,/, crupper
GrOpjJO, m. kni'l, bunch, knob
solvere il grppo, to clear a

3,

Groppne, m. group, crupper


Grssa,

/.

Grossacciulo,

gross,

aJj.

tn-eire

ill-buUt,

tnout
pout

far

il

Guantira, f. a silver basin.

Cinirno, i. clotted blood

Grmolo, m. a cnhlmge,
tuce, the

let-

Guardacorpo,

head of greens

Grumso,

(juadagnire, to gel, gain, de-

Guadagno,

part.

mer

ri'holesale

dir

grss(

grsso,

rvholesale

rvilt tell

it

you

ii

guadagno,
adj.

profitable,

coarse

thick
;

stce^

guado,

to

rompere

il

prnder

i.

of a

keeper, guar-

Guardinfante, m. a hoop-pel ti-

Guardingamntc,

adv.

cau-

blast

me

inter), fvae! alasi


trie to me
!

gui

.'

Guio, m. ,ni!:f,rlune
'iuaire, (iuaioMre, and Guaiolfre, to hnn-l like a dog
to
bewail, to bark (as a dog)
:

Gualcliira,

/.

calender.

Guardo, m. regard, look


Guarenttgia-, and Guarntia,
guarantee,
/.
safely, d^efence
Guarentire, to narrant, de

adv.

Guari,

many

Gualcito, pari, rumpled, crush'

much, long,
tempo, a

gviri di

great while ; non guari,


not long since ; questo libro
non guari pi hello del
mio, this book fs not much
fiuarigidne,/. cure, recovery
cure,
io
heal,
to
to recover; guarirsi, to he

Guar&e,

Gualdrappa,/ a horteclolk
crane, a bird
Grccia,/, a stick, crutch
Grufol<ire, to grunt, to grub

guard

(also)

Grovigliola,/. trvisting, rvind-

Gr.ftke

regard,

/.

gu;lrdia, to have a cars


Guatdianria, /. office

undertake a thing

before ajiy body else

Guadso, adj fvrdabU


Guafme, m. after-grass,

cloth-

vily

Gurdia,

Guardiano,

(iuaddre. to ford, trade


sort offishing.net

Grr,ttn,f. grotto, cave

to

Giiafna,/. a sheath
Guaip.ato, m. one that makes,
or selh slieatlis

ishly, coarsely
Grossol#.no,
adj.

(Juardaraba,/ wardrobe
Guardarba, m. a yeoman of.
the wardrobe
Guardatre, m. a keeper, in-

Guade./ a

Gui!

inpgnc

body-

gunri

gain,

Guado, m. a ford
vendere in
liy

in grsso,

gotten,

Guadagna- Guardatura,
guard
profit;

aiid
I.

Guadagnso,

t.

Guadajjnatre, m. a gainer

rante

Guardamacclii

Gu{rdan",,o
a napkin
Gruzzo, and Grzzolo, m. a (Suardarifdio,
ieap, quantity, a heap of Guardare, to look, to behold:
keep
to
guard, defend :
Guad.ngii;4bile, adj. to be atguardate a' fatti vostri, mind

severely, rigidly, in a great


quantity
drotseria, f. blackness
Grosszza, /. a:id Grossume,
m. bigness, thickness, preg-

army

a
the

Guardadnna,
saffron
Gruppetto, T<i. a knot, hnnp
Gruppo, in. a group, knot
I.

Guadagn^to,

io sell

m.

part, doited, thick-

Grossn|rna,/ a sort of stiifT


Grossamente, cdv. ilorvnishhj,

Grosso, m. the biggest part ;


il grsso della
gdmba, the
calf of a leg: il grsso

Guanciata, /. a box on th*

Guancine, m. a sound slap

tulle,

Grum<Slo, m. a sort of mttsh-

Grugo,

doul^t

to

adj.

drowsy, benumbed

Gudncia, /: cheek bdltersi la


guncia, to repent of some:

thing

Guarito,
covered

part,

cured,

re

GUE

GL'I

Guarnitccia,/. night guivn

Guamimnto, m.

aga'nsl

faction

Guamalletto, m. a tlii7i veil, or


summer's garment
Giiarnello, m. fustian
Guarnigine, j; garrison

Empe

the

(juidonerfa,/. rogftery
Gufn<lo!o. m. a reel, sjiinite
Guin7%lio, m. a cane-knot,,

Guercio, adj. squinting, one-

Guirmlnll'

"

*-i'i-

furniiure,

(iuamfre, {see Gernfrc)


GuamiGuarnitura,
and
2i<5ne,
trimmi,is for
/.

f clothes,

clothes

Gui22dnte, adj. gliding,

defence,

slid

foriifc

Guasc.-tppa, /.

Guemfre,

to

munition
Guasclierino, adj. young,
(as birds in a nest)
_

with am-

'ore

stored,

little,

Guasco, and Guascne, m. a


Gascon

id

Guastalla,/, a decanter
(iuastafgsta, m. a disturber

soldier

adorn

Gueniitura,

ur,

Guastamestire, m. one who


undertakes rvUat he knows

strife,

-|Gust^bile,

spoil,

to

Gustaccio,

'

Guerregivole, and
giso
warlik

de-

reaten

Guefreggievolmnte, adv.

ter
j

/.

m.

spoil,

il

guasto,

tiare

Guerresgiamnto, m. a

battle

de-

qlarrei] dispute

to

lay waste
Guasto, adj. spoiled
Guataranto, m. and Guatatra, /. a prying, watch-

m.

Guer

one iha t

'

'j/

Gustso, adj. relishing


(iutto,

m.

<i

ciuola, /.

sllg

tu see

Gustosamente, adv. pleasant

Guerreggiatre,

am glad

you

Guerreggianle, adj. fighting

and

Guasto,

Gtiastannento,
solation

depraved

tasting, the

CuitAre, to tasle, relisli


Gustdto, part, tasted
Gu.-itatiire, m. a taster
Gustvole, adj pleasant
di vedrvi, I

Guastatura.

til.

Gustamnto, m. a

Guerre;

.sijunnder,
destroy
guastrfrsi, to hurl one's self
Guastato, adj. spoiled
Guastatre, 'm. a squanderer ;

adj.' iatta'bU, that

gurra.

di

odiare u

tally'

Guastare,

Guizzare, to slide along


Guizzo, m. the sliding of c
jLsh ,n water, or of a s,uik,

to

cruet fur oil

Gutturale, adj. guttural

tish

and Guerrsco, adj.


warlike, brave
Gufdre, to mock
Gufo, m. an owl
GtS^Iia, /. an obelisk, a nee
Guerrlt^ro,

Guatalura, /. look, eye,

rpHE

die

Gugliata,/, a needleful
Guida,/ guide
Guidaiula,
the
leading
beast ofihejlock
Guirialrco, m. a fraction
(uidamnto, m. conduct
Guidante, adj guiding
Guidare, to guide, govern
Guidato, part, conducted
Guidatre, m. and Guidatrfce, /. a guide, director,
governor,
governess,
con-

and Guatteraccio,

Guazzare, to shake, loss ; to


wade, ford; to rejoice
Guazzato, part, shaken, nadGuazzatio,

watering-

place

Guazzerne,

fragmei
t

Guazzto, m.
:

formerly

claimed its place in the


Italian as well as other
languages
Modern writers,
however, discard it as affording no increase of sound
to tlie vowels, and therefore
useless. For instance huonio
I

pronounced

tame rule

uomo.

The

is observed in ali

words beginning with this


; but by pvtling it with
the letters C and G. and the
vowels E, I, the H between

letter

GuiderdonfSre, and Guidardonre, to ren-ard, gratify

Guiderdondto, part,

reward-

G uiderdne, and Guidardne,


j

teller

in. reward
Guidne, m. a rogue,

cheat,

snnants are Joined with A,


O, U, as "Chino, Cheto,
Gherone, Ghiro, which musi
be pronounced thus, kino,
ketc, <*!c.
It should, how
ever, be used in the begin-

the ear,
ai, to the

from
;

ILL

IGN

IDO
ning f tome nordt, at in
ho, / have, hai, thou, hast ;
hanno, thetf
ha, he has
have; in order to distinguish
them, more to the eye than
o, or

a, to

also anno,

ni. idolater
I'dolo, .. idvl, image, or
statue offalse deities : idolo,
an object that one is fund

.doWtro,

Idoneamente, adv. sufficiently,


conveuiently, aptly
lonetk,f.fitness, aptness

year

Idneo, adj., fit, proper


Idra,/, hydra, a fabulous serpent
Idraulica,/, hydraulics

Idromnte, ni. a conjurer


Idromanzia, /. hydrumaney,

I'ade, /. pi. the hyades

hydromel, c
_^ honey and fvai
adj. hydropical
f.

Ialppa,/.ja/ap
iambic (said of

IdrCiii

adj.

winterly,

hye-

of medicinal

lra
confection

Iato,

m. (apertura)

hiatus,

opening
Iattanza, /. jactation,
lattlre, to yelp,

vai

squeak

lerarchla,/ hierarchy
lertte./. a precious stone
Ieri. m. yesterday
before yesterday
leraltro,

lennatuna,/. yesterday mornlenTotte, /.

Icneumone, m. the ichneumon


Iconoclasta, m. iconoclast
Iconmaco, adj. averse to
images, iconoclast
Icre, m. ichor
Iddtide,/. a bubble, or blister
Iddio, m. (Dio) God: Iddio
non vglia, God forbid
Idea, /. idea
Ideale, adj. ideal, of, or belonging to an idea
Ideare, to imagine from ideas
Ideato, part, imagined

yesternight,
cipher,

the

a kind of

lersra,/ last night


Ignaro, adj. ignorant
Ignatne, m. a great eater, a
man of no worth
Ignvia,/, ignorance
I'gneo, adj. igneous, fieri/
Ignlcolo. m. a spark offire
Ignito, adj. flaming, burning.

Identit,/ identily, the sameness of a thing


Idi, m. ides, certain days in the

month
Idima, m. idiom

Ignominioso, adj.

Idita, mdj. idiot, silly, foolish; un idiom, an idiot, a

Ignorantigg^ne,/. folly, igno-

fool, a

ninny

I diotaggine, /. foolishness

Idiotismo, m. idiotism, vulgar


speech, expression
Idolatra, m. {see Idolatro)
Idolatramnto, t. idolatry
Idolatrare, to idolalrize
Idolatria,/, idolatry
Idoltrio, adj. qf, or belonging

Ignorante, adj. ig

igrutmini-

unknc

adj.

Ignudare, to strip
Ignudato, and Ignudo, adj.
Iguana,'/ a water-rfl
II,

him

the,

horse

him:

sort of pitcher
Idrleo, i. a sort of medica-

Vana,f. a

laculatrio, adj. a short, fer-

Ignto,

they
count

nare,

il

cavallo, the

consco, / knoTO
di cui)
(il
sa il perche ? do
say upon what acil

cui,

il

ti'hose

si

adj.

merry, joyful

Ilarit./, mirth
II di che, adv. wherefore
Illaccire, to tie, embarrass,
entangle, to be entangled
Illanguidire, to languish, to
be sick, or faint
languid.
adv.
Illanguidito,

1MB
(Imbarcatre, m. a sea captain
),

Illustrissimo, adj.
II

perch, aav.

tnost

i.

embarkation

illiis-

tvh

rviy,

Imbardare,

io allure, captivate, procure a friendship

Imbarrre,

mblanc
Imagine, /.

rdre

la

to

bar

strada, to

imbar-

stop

the

Immgine,

(see

Imberettito. n'ith a cap on


Imbertonarsi, to fail in love
to
become
<t
beast ; mad, or cruel, brut-

Imbestialire,

ish
Imbestialito, adj. like a beast
Imbestiarsi, to be like a beast

Imbre, and Imbvere,


bibe,

to

im-

inspire,

infuse, to

drink up
Imbevuto,

part.

to

imbibed,

Imbarrto, pari, barred

atid ali its derivatives)


Imbaccolato, adj. bearing

a Imbasamnto, i. a basis
Imbascerla,^'. embassy
Imbacuccare, to disg^iise, io Imbasciaddre, and Imbasciat<5re, m. ambassador
mask, (also) to dress, cover
Imbacuccato, part, disguised, Imbasciata,/, embassy
Imbasciatrlce, /. an ambassamasked
Imbagnito, adj. net, sagacious, cunning
Imbalccnato, adj purple, (said
_ of a rose)

Imbiacciamnto, m. a painting
Imbiaccare, to paini tvith
Imbiadto, part, sonin

Imbiancamnto, m. a

rvitk
rvhiie'

n-ashing

Imbiancare,
chire, to

and
Imbianwash, whiten, to

grey,

ibastare, to pack-saddle

>

suborn.

ImImbalMre,

to

bastitilra, /. a basting
piece of cloth, serving

pack

Imbalordire, to stun
Imbalordito, pari.

JmbalsimAre,

to

spread

bai-

in cotton

Imbambolre, to be ajfecied
Imbambolato, part, affected,
itaving tears in one's eyes
in.

bandigine, /.

washer-man

slightly

Imbambagiato, part, wrapped

Imbandimnto,

Imbiancato, part, whitened


on Imbiancatore, m. a whitsier,

and Imdish,

or

Imbastire, to baste, or sew with Imbiancatura,/, washing


long stitches, to lay a table, Imbietolire, to be affected, to
begin an affair
Imbasto, i. a pack-saddle
Imbiettare, to put in the
Imbttersi, to meet with
wedge
Imbtto, m. an obstacle, kin- Imbiondire, and Imbidndere,
to grow fair
Imbisaceiare, to put in a

bag
Imbizzarrimnto, m. waspishImbavagliato, part, having the
fate covered
Imbizzarrlre, to fall into pat-

m bavre, to slabber

Imbeccare,

Imbandire,

to

get

dinner

lit

to bill as birds,
a horse, to give one his

Imbandito, pari, dressed, pre- Imbeccata,

Imbizzarlto, adj. very angry


1 mboccre, to feed, cram ; to
discliarge,
disembogue,
to

a bill-full;
instruct
pigliar r imbeccata, to be Imboccato, part, fed, dis,imbara2zre, to perplex ; imbribed,
to
swallom
charged, instructed
Vte
barazzarsi, to entangle one's
bait
Imboccatura, /. a horse-lit,
Imbeccato,
self
part, fed with a
the entrance of a street,
^
bill, deceived
imbarazzo, m. confusion ; emmouth of a river
barrassment, intricacy
Imbecherare, to suborn, cor- Imbolare, to rob, steal
rupt
Irabarben're, to grorv barbaImbolatdre,
i.
a robber,
/.

Imbecille, adj. weak


Imbecilil, j: feebleness
*mbarberlto, adj. cruel
Imbarbogire, to grow chilalsh Imblle, adj. cowardly, fearthrough, age
Imbarbottato, adj. made like a

Imbarcaranto, m. emharka-

thief

Imbollicamnto, m.
blistets

Imbolsimnto,
Imbolsire,
io

Imbarcdre,
barcirsi,

io
to

embark;
engage ;

barcarsi senza bisctto,

imim- Imbfrbe, adj. beardless


hand mbercire,'fo hit, stick
tnberetescre, to fortify with

Imbarcato, part, embarked

parapets

blister

Imbollicre, to break out into


i. itraiiness

to be

of

short-winded

grow pursy

Imbolsito, adj. pursy


Imbonire, and Imbuoirfre,

61

IMM
ito, ad,.


Iml>runire,

Imbrunire, and

urrow briinin, black, d<


suir imbrunire, about dusk

Immalsanire,

io

neaken,

tth-

to

Imlios

re, io

li,

Imboscata, /. and Imboscamnto, m. ambush

tempo comincia ad im-

il

brunirsi, the Tveather begint

Imbosciito, adj. in ambush


Imboscliire, to rom wild
Imbosclifto, adj. grown rvooiy
Imbossolare, to lay the bsi

to

grow cloudy
to grow sharp

Imbruschlre,

Irabruschfto,

sharp,

adv.

'irl

Imbottare, to put in a cask


Imbottatio, m. a funnel

Imbucatire,

rvash

to

tvith

lye

Imliufonchiare, to grumble
Imbuire, to become ignorant
Imbullettare, to dram a bill

Imraarginto, ad), joined


ImmasLherarsi, to mask
Immascher^ito, adj. disguited.

upon
Imbullettdto, part, that has a

Inibrattamdndi, m. a
frude: a busybody

Imbrattare, and

spoi,

Imbuondato, adv. abundantly.

Imbruttilre,

snU. to slain

/->

Imbrattato, part, soiled


Imbrattatre, m. a dauber
Imbrattatura. /. and I

m.

brattaranto,

Imbrattc

Jilthi-

food

Imeno, m. nuptials
Imitabile, and Imitativo, adj,
imitahle
Imitinte, adj. imitating

Immelre,

to

give the taste of

honey

Immeldto, adj.

siveef,

agree-

able

Immelatura,/. a mixing with


Immeniordbile, adj

and Imbriacamnto,

f.

past

Immensamnte,

igamento,

nu perplexi-

adv.
mens.ly. iufinitcly

to

igdrsi,

Immaginamdnto,

rn.

imagina-

Immaginare,

perplex

to

shift,

endea-

to

imagine ; im-

raaginrsi, to believe

imbrigar de'

Immaginariamente, adv. ima-

fatti miei, <7,) not trouble


yourself about my ajfuirs
Imbrigliare, to bridle, to keep

Immagijiario, adj. imaginary


Immaginativa, f. imagina-

vour

non

t'

ImbrigIic-(to, part, bridled


I mhrocciii'e, to oppose

Imbroccato, part, opposed


Imbroilolitto, part, daubed

Immensit,/, immensity
Immenso, adj. immeuse

'

Imb

me-

wi.

Imbriacdne, m- a drunkard
Imbriconire, to grorv kttav-

gina'rily
.

m meritamente,

ado.

unde-

servedly

Immeritvole, adj. undeserving


Immrito, adj. unworthy
Immersine,' f.
dipping,
pl-'nging

mraerso, adj. immersed


Immaginatlvo, adj. imagina- Immezz.-ire, and Immezzire,
to grow flaggy
Imminente, adj. immin'nt;
Immaginato, adj imagined
pericolo imminnte, a threatImmagina/ine',/, fancy

Immagine,

/.

itnage,

pic-

Immirienza, /.

declivity, pro-

pension, threat

Imbroglio!'''

Immisurbile, adj. unmeasur-

aVd ^ImbrogliaImmaginevolmnte, adv.

in

able

Immbile, adj immoveable


Imbrogline,

m.

Imbroncidre,

to be

trijler,

angry

Immdgo,

/.

(in

poetry)

Le,to^^o.

an Immobilit,/, immobility
Immobilmente, adv. immovt'

IMP
Immodernza, f

IMP

incontinence,

Impaduldre,

marshy, or

to be

intemperance

Imraoderatamnte, adv.

Immoderto,

adj.

ir.

.excessii

Impaduldto,

become

part.

packed with

Imp.-.-lito, adj.

'.0 be
divided, indivisible
adj. that cannot

Impassibile,
s,,ffir

Immodestamente, adv. imm

Impalandrandto,

adj.

cloaked

Impassibilit,/ impassibility

desthj

Immodestia,/, immodesty
Immodesto, adj. immodest
m. a sact

Immolamnto,

Impastnidre,
upon one
Impastoiato,

Jice

Immolare, to sacrifice
Immolato, part, sacrificed

to

put shackles

having

adj.

sfiuckle.,, tied

Impastura, /. a pastern, the


dipping, soaking

Immollare,

net,

io

Immondzza,

di

Imjiatlbile, adj. in.tvfferable


to return tu one's

Immon-

and

dizia, /..//M, dirt


Imm.ijndo, adj. foul, dirty

Impatridre,

shake

he

mpalmdto,

promised,

part,

betrothed

mpalpbile,

not

adj.

to

be

felt

Impalpabilmente,

mmor
Immto,

Immune,

im-

adv.

Impaludarsi, to grorv marshy,


fenny, moorish

adj. immoveable
adj. ixetnpt,free

Impancare,

to

down

at

table

birdlime

Immutabilit,/, imimilabilify
Immutato',

jiart.

changed

Immutabilmente,

adv.

to
to

daub

with

ensnare

al-

lure
Impani.-ito, ad}, entangled in
birdlime : in'love
Impanniccire,
to
plaster.

Impanio,

m.

trouble,

the

bottom,

impaccianiento,
; to

cio,

lon-est

Impannata,

paper-wtn-

/.

smmo,

Impannto,
embar-

m.

O!?;.

Impantanare,

having paper,
be

to

mired

slough

r.dcr..

/ do not trouble
bte

my

hea.
head

adj.

grow mad

to

mad,

atid
IrapaJito,
distracted

Impecciibile, adj. that cannot

Impeciare,

to

dovunque va
is

pitch,

Impantanato, adj. muddy


Impappoldto,
adj.
dirtied,

Impeciato, part, pitched


Impeciatura,^: a pitching
Impedalare, to gather strength

Impedimnto,

iii.

hindcrance,

baggage
Imptdire, to hinder
Impeditivo, adj. hindering
Impedito, part, hindered
Impedildrc, m. one that hin-

impeto pawn
gnane. In engage : inipegndr la fede, to give one's

ImpegnJJre,

Impacciatlvo,

adj.

Impacciatre,

m,

trouble-

Imparacchiare,

to

learn

lit-

tle

one

n'ho

Impacciato, part, hindered


Impaccio, m. hinderance, oheiricle,

pain, vexation

d'impaccio u:io,

to

trdr

relieve

from
Imparonfrsi, and

Imparadisare, to make happy


Imparagonbile, adj. incomparable
Imparante, adj. learning
Imparare, to learn, teach
a,li

lea

glue.

s'impecia,

vi

no getting rid of

in-

Immutazine,/ constancy
part
da imo a
from /.aid to foot
Imo, adj. Ion,, deep

Impazzare,
Impazzato,

there

un-

chageably

m.

Impaurito, part, frightened


Imp^iienie. adj. impatient

p'alpably

Impaniare,

Imo,

Impattare, to be quite clear,


free
Impaurire, and Impaurire, to

farlo,

I promise you I

Impegnato,

ai!J.

will

engaged,

promised, pledged

>ied

Impareggidb
Iinpadro-

Impegolato, part, pitched


Impelapare, to embarrass, to

IMP

IMP

Imperiso, and Imperante, Impetratlvo, adj. obtainable


aJj imperious, ruling
Impetrato,
part.
obtained,

Imperitamente,

a garment iliade of skina


IinpendGnte, adj. duliioua
Impenetrbile, adj. impenetraIinpelliccire, to put on

adv.
ignorant ly
Imperito, adj. unskilful

Imperizia,/ unskilfulness

petrified

Impetratdre, m. svpplicatot
Impetrazine,/, entreaty
Impetricto, adj. hard like a

Imperlaqualcsa, adv. tvhereImpettito, adj.

ble

Impenetrabilit, /. impenetra-

Imperlre,
pearls, to

lility

to

embellish tvitk

ornament

straiglit,

up-

right, erect

Impetuosamente, adv. impe-

Impenitnte, adj. impenitent


Impenitnza,/, impenitence
Impennacchiato, adj. plumed

Imperniisto, adj. unmixed

Impennare,

Impermutabilit, /. immuta- Impiagare, to rvound, hurt


bility
Impiagato, part, rvounded
Impernare, to tveigh, poise
Impiagalura, /. a wounding
Impemto,
part.
poised, Impiallacciare,
to
tpecMe,

to

Impermutbile,

un-

adj.

changeable, constant

be jledged, to

nation

Imper, adv. therefore


Imperocch, adv. because

Impensato, adj. sudden, un-

Impersevernza,

give a stroke

ceivable

stancy
Imperseverre,

/.
to

be

Imperare, to command
Imperativo, adj. imperative
Impercettbile,

adj.

made

Impersuasibile, adj. not to be


persuaded
Impertnto, adv. horvever
Impertinnte, adj. imperii

Impertinentemente, adv. im

imper-

pertinently

Impertinenza,

ceptible

Impercettibilit, /. imperceptibUity
Imperch, nt. the reason nby
Imperch, adv. because

Imperci, adv therefore


Imperciocch, adv. rvhereas,
because

Imperfettamente, adv. imperfectly


Irapertetto, adj. imperfect
Imperfezidne, /.
imperfec-

Imperile, adj. imperial, emi-

Imperialmnte, adv. imperi-

/.

inlaid

Impiastrare,

Impersonale, adj. impersonal


Impersonato, adj. corpulent,
fat, well

inlay
Impiallacciatura,

incon-

stani.fickle

Impepto, part, peppered


Imperadore, and Imperatre,
m. an emperor
Imperadrlce, and
Imperatrice, /. an empress, queen.

make, render

Impianellare, to pave tvitk


square tiles
Impiantarsi, to place one's self,
take a stand
incon- Impiastragidne, /. and Impiastramnto, ni. ingrafting.

Impensatamente, adv. sudden-

Imperscrittfbile, thai cannot be


prescribed
Imperscrutbile, adj. incon-

to

to

agreeable

tveigfied

Impennatura,/, fine, condemImpennellre,

ImpiacevoUre,

/.

to plaster, pacify
part, plastered,
pacified
Irapiastrazine, /.
unction,
applying a plaster
Impiastricciare, to apply a

Impiastrato,

plaster, to

daub

Impiastricciato, and Iinpiastriccicto,


part,
daubed,
perplexed

imperti-

Imperturbabilit, /.
unconImpiccato,
pari.
hanged
Imperversnte, adj. waging, in
ognuno ha '1 suo impiccato
a passion, disturbed
all' uscio, every body has his
Imperversare, to rage, rave
fault
Imperversato,
adj.
exaspe- Impiccatolo, adj. old enough
for the gallows
Impervertlto, adj. possessed, Impiccatilra, /. act of hangcruel, furious
Impervertfre, to pervert
Impicciare, aid Impicciarsi,
Impestare, to
to intermeddle
corirtfeci,
rupt
Impiccio, m. incumbrance
Impetgine,
a tetter, ring- Impiccolire, to become little, to
.

Impericoloslre,

to be

in dan-

Inipericolosfto, part,

hazard-

ger

Impro, and Imprio, m. emprio, adv. imperiously


Imperiosit, /. pride, arr

Impetiginso,
adj.
having Impidocchire, to breed lice, to
tetters, ring-rvorms
Impetuosit,/, impetuosity
Impidocchito, adj. lousy
Impetudio, adj. impetuous
Impiegare, to employ ; imImpetragine, /. an obtainpiegar
male,
to
mit-

IMP

IMP
Impietosire, to assuage
Impietrire, and Impietrire,

Imporrare,

Imprre,

and

Impietrito,
a.:],

mould,

to

gram Imprcgnamnto, m. and

to

impose a tax,

to

to

Impietrito,

Ira

pregnatura,/. pregnancy
Impregnare, to impregnate
Impregnato, part, impreg-

retrificd

stop, take, to
embroil, to bustle, put one's

Imprendente, m.

Impigliare, to

trouble, care

implgnere,

to

impel,

push,

Importare,

import, denote,
mean to amoant to ; questo
importa a me, that concerns
nte non impdrta, no matter
il tutto impdrta dieci scudi,
to

.-

the whole comes to ten crowns


Importazine, X- importation

Importunamente, and ImporI mpigrfre, to grorv idle


Impigrito, part, grown idle

Impilaccherire,

to

Jill

tunanti!/

with

scholar,

Imprendere, to learn,undertake
Imprendimnto, m. under-

Importna.X consequence

lmligno,m.

able

Importante, adj. important

aelfforward
Impigliato, part, taken, arrested, embroiled
that
Impigliatdre, m.
one
arrests, or embroils, a busy-

Importunare,
Importunato,

importun

to

part.

taking, enterprise

Imprenditre, t. he that begins


Imprsa, /. undertaking, enterprise, attempt, design,

an

emblem, a device
Impresrio, m. one who undertakes a public job, a manager
of a theatre
Imprso, adj. undertaken
Impressionare, to insinuate,

ir

Impinguare, to fatten
Implnto, part, forced, impelled
Impinzare, to Jill over ; '~

liced"
Impressine,/, impression
Impresso, adj. printed
ImpretendCiite,
adj.
indif-

pinzarsi, to be filled

Impio, adj. cruel, wicked


Impiombare, to colour

Imprezzbile, adj. inestimable


Imprigionare, to imprison
Imprigionato, part, imprisonImplacabile,

adj.

Implacabilmnte,

implacaadv.

im-

entangle,

per-

to

Implicdto, part, embarrassed,

Impostare
witidow
Impostato, adj. placed

gler

Implicazine,

Imprigionatre,

he

that

im-

Imprima, and Imprimamnte,


Impossibilmente, adv. itnpos-

placably

Implicare,

Impossibile, adj impossible


Impossibilit,/, impossibility
Impossibilitare, to render im-

adv first, firstly


Imprimere, to print
Imprimieramnte, adv, first
qfall
Improbbile, adj. improbable
Improbabilit,/: improbability
Improbit,/, wickedness

to jne't

Impromessa, and Impromes-

liking

Implicitamnte,

adv.

impli-

Impostatura, /. posts, door-

citly

Implicito, adj. implicit


to
implore,

Implorare,

be-

Impostemlre, to imposiumate
Impsto, part, ordered, com-

manded
Impoetarsi,

to

Impolminato,

become a poet
adj. pale, yel-

Impromesso, part promised


Improraettere, to promise
Imprnta,/, a print, type

Improntamnte,

adv.

with

nity

Impostre, m. an impostor
Impostura,/, imposture
Impotnte, adj. impotent
Impotnza,/, impotency
Impoverire, to grow yior,

Improntamnto,

m. impres-

sion, importunity

Improntare, to print, stamp,


to importune, to request ; to
to

impoverish.

Impoverito, adj. reduced to


poverty
Impraticbile, adj. impracti-

Imprnto,

adj.

importunate,

troublesome

Imporporato,

adj.

in

pur-

Impratichito, adj. conversant,


accustomed
Imprecare, io curse
Imprecativo, part, cursing
Imprecazine, /.
imprecala

Imprnto,

print, stamp,
image, request, demand
Improprio, m. a reproach

Impropiamente, and Impropriamente, adv, improper

IMP

INA

Impropriet, and Impropiet,


/. impropriety
Imprprio, and Imprdpio, adj.
improper
Improspeifre, to he Imppjj
Improsperlto,
become
part,

Impunito, part, unpunished


Impuntire, to point, to break

-"

discourse, to forget
's self
Impuntito, adj. stuck in,
stopt

Impuramente, cdv.

happy

in

"arfj.

Inalbnninto,

ni.

a making

impure

Improvatfvo, adj. that does not


prove,make good
Improverare, to reproach

Improvidamnte,

Inaiare, to spread the sheaves


upon the barn floor

Inalberato, adj. up in a
Inalidire, to grow dry

incon-

siderately

ImprSvido, adj. unheedfid


Improvvedutarante, adv. imImputare,

prudently

Improvveduto,

part,

to

impute

denly

In

with

adj.

Inamidavo,

reproacher

ImputaZidne,/ imputation
Imputridtre, to rot
Imputridito, part, putrefied
ImpuzzoIIie, and Impiizzare,
to stink
Impuzzolito, adj stinking
In, prep, in,' in the, into,
at, for,
upon ; sar in

/ shall be at home

movendo
turning

lud^-es

Impbe, and Impubere,


Impudente,

impudent,

saucy

in
his

me

gli

eyes

Impudnza,/, impudence
Impudicamente, adv. wantonly, obscenely

/.

to

Inanellire, to curl, put


rings
Inanellato, part, curled

ia

Inappellabile, adj. not


appealed .from

be

orchi,

up.

Inabitabile,
adj.
uninhabitable
Inabilito, adj. uninhabited.
Inaccessibile,

adj.

oppose
seized, op-

Inaccordibile, adj.

inaecessi-

disagree-

Inacerbire, to exasperate
Inacerbito, part,
exasperat-

Impugnatdre,

i.

Impugnatra

'di

he that opspada), /.

rough,

frowns
Inaridire, to dry up
Inaridito, part, dried up
In.iniicire, to climb
Inarrivibile, adj. inconceii

the hilt of a sword


Impugnazine, f. opposition.
adj.

riglia ad uno, to astonish


Inarcato, ndj bent, crooked
th
Inarcatre,
m.
one

Inargentare, to silver over


Inargentilo, part, silvered

posed

Inarsicciito,

un-

part.

n'roughi, unpolished

Impunemente,
punity
Impunit,

/.

to

Inappetente, ed;, squpamish


Inappetenza, /. inappctency
Inarbordre, to plant trees
Inarborato, part, planted with

loose, obscene

Impugnato, part,

Impulito,

Inamendibile, adj. incorrigi-

wantonness,

imtnodesty

Impugnamnto, m. grasping
Impugnare, to seize, gripe,
grasp,

to starch

Inamistdre,
enter
inti
to
friendship with any one

towards

Inabile, adj. incapable


Inabilit,/, incapacity
Inabilitare, to disable
Inabissare, to
swallow

dently

Impuuico. m.

in alto

adj.

Impudentemente, adv. impu-

Impudicizia,

alto, ado. highly:

as

it

sud-

casa,
enclose

to

take

to

an honour
Imputato, part, imputed
making of Imputatre, m. an accuser,
adii,

Improvvisante, adj.
verses extempore
Improvvisare, to make rhymes
extempore
Improvvido, part, uncrpected
Improvvisto, part, unprepared
Imprudente, adj. imprudent
Imprudentemente, adv. imprudently
Iinprii.'lnza, y.
imptudence.

Imprimere,

impu-

unpreputire ad onore,

Iinprovvisamnte,

adv. ruith im-

impunity, indul-

Inacquito, part, mixed,


luted, watered
Inadditro, adv. formerly

di-

Infigguagliiiiza,/. inequality
Inagrire, and Inagrcstire, to

grow sour ^^

Inarticolato,
part, i
luted
Inassinfre, to he a fool,
Inasperrire. to t-ex, exi

burn

INC

INC
Inaspettato,

pare,

unexpecl-

Incamiciatura,
Incamiciata,

/.

INC
rough- Incappato,

assault

/.

by

mght
Inctlmbio, adv. instead
Inasprito, pari, exasperated
avanti, ail, before ; d' or in
avvinti, hermifter
Inaudibile, adi.
not to he

Incaminamnto, m.

haard
Inaudito, part, unheard
Inaurato, adj. gilt, of gold

Incamuffato, f
Incancherre, and Inoanche-

Inavvedutamente, udv.

Incancherito,

Incapperucciare,

imjjrii-

Inavveduto,

adj.

unwary,

Il

In<

5,

begin, to
port.

guised,

si

part, festered,
putrefied
Incanito, jmrt. enraged
Incannare, to wind bobbins, to

Inavvenentemnte, and Inavvertitamente, adv.

inconsi-

catched

putting

In

denlhf

part.

Incappellare, to put on one's


hat, to caver
Incappellato,
part,
covered
be

to

dis-

masked

Incappiare,
tofas

to entangle, to tie.

,.t. entanglea
,.,
,
lnc\>\-,o,m. .stumble, fall

Incappucciare,

to

Incappucciato,

jiart.

put on a hood.

hooded

Incapriccirsi, tu fall in love


Incarre, to make dearer, to

Ine"'"

IncarbonchiiSre, to take the


..,ic..,jue.,. uncle
Incarcre. to load, to charge

derately

Inavvertenza, /. inconsidera-

Incarcerato,

imprison-

part,

Incarcerazine,

and

Incar-

ceragirfne,/. imprisonment
Incrco, m. (in poetry) charge.

Incagliare, to stick to ; to be at
a stand : to run aground
Incagliato, jiart. stopped
Incalappiare, to snare, to confound, to plot, embroil
Incalcdre, to trample under
press,
squeeze,
to
foot,

gua>

l'incinto, to

ncaricto, part, charged


ncrico,
m. charge, load,
tax, affront, offince; non
prendermene 1 nivoglio

"air
incanto,

Incalciaranto, m.JligUt

to

do a thing agaii

Incantucciiire, to hide one's self

Incallire, to grow hard


Incallito, vart. hardened

Incalvare; and Incalvire, it


grow bald
Incalzare, to chase, pursue
Incalzato, part, chased, pur-

Incauutaninto, m. grey hai


old age
incmutire, to grow grey
Incan\Uito, hoary, grey
Incapace, adj. incapable
Incapacit,/, incapacity
Incaparbire, to be obstinate

Incamatino, m. flesh-coloured
Incamativo, adj. incarnative
Incarnato, part, made Jlesh,
flesh-coloured
Incarnaziiine,/. assuming the
Jlesh
Incarognire, to become carrion
Incarrucoldre, to get out of the

Incaparbito, adj. obstinate


Inca])iri, tube obstinate
Incaparrre,
t,

Incalzati^re,

argam

m. a persecntor

Incalzon^re,

Incamerdre,

to

put

confiscated

part,

of

0 a muzzle, (also)
of a muzzle, or

/.

Incancire, to tvhite.vash a
nail, or house again

thirt

mrap

in paper

set

part, haltered
a, /. manner

Incamerato, part, impris

Incamicidto,

Incartdre, to

on

Incappare,

to

stumble.

I,

to

INC

INC

Incastellare, to fortify
pari, fortified,
Incastellato,

censita,/, a perfuming niith

Incastrato, part, enchased


Incastratura,/, enchasing
Incdstio, n. buttress
Incatarrire, to catch cold
Incatenacciare, to fasten a door

nith a bolt
Incatenare, to cliain
Incatenato, part, chained
Incatenatura,/. cluiining.Joining together
IncaCorzolimnto, wi. ynottldering offruits
wither aIncatorzolire,
to
Incatorfolfto,

faded,

part,

Incatramato, part, tarred


Incattivire, to gro7V wicked

to

incense, praise,

commend
Incensire,

m. a

censer, per-

fuming pan
Incenslvo, adj. inflaming
Incnso, part, kindled
Incnso, m. incense ; dar 1' incnso, toflaiter
Incensurbile, adj.

Incavare, to dig
Incavato, adj. dug, holloro
Incavatura,/, hollowing
Incavernato, part, laid in a
lnca\icchito, part, joined, set
Incavigliare, to peg, or pin
Incavigliato, part, pinned, tied,
joined together

Incavo, m. cave, hole, ditch


Incautamente, adv.
unnirily

Incauto, adj negligent


Incndere,' to burn,

in-

to

flame
Incendvole, adj. easy

be

to

biirtU, combustible

Incendiare, to burn
Incendiario,
m. an incendiary
Incndio, and Incendimnto,

m. conflagration, burning
Incendentfvo,

adj.

kindling,

Incenerire,

an

incendi-

and Incener^e,

Incentivo, m, an incentive
IncentTcirsi, to

Inceppare,

m.

and

io

enclose,

con-

meet in a centre
put in

to fetter, to

Inciampare,

Inciampi-

and

care, io slumble

Inciampo,

m.

stumbling.

Incerare, to tvax
Incerato, part, waxed
Incerato, m. oil-cloth
Incerconire, to grow sour (as

wine does)
Incertezza, Incertitudine, /.
and Incrto, i. uncertainty
Incrto, adj. uncertain
Incso, part, kindled, burnt
Incespare, to entangle, to grow.

Incessbile, adj. continual


Incessabilmente, and Incessantemente, adv. incessantly

Incessnte, adj. continual


Incessanza, /. and IncessabilZza,/. continuance
Incestare, to lay in a basket
Incsto, m. incest
Incestuosamente, adv. incesiuously
Incestuso, adj. inastuous
Inctta,/, a purchase
Incettare, to buy (to sell again)
Incettatore,

to grave, to cut
Incielare, io place in heaven
Inciferto,
Incifrto,
and
part, made, or written in
ciphers

Incfgnere, io impregnale
Inclto, adj. pregnant
In circa, prep. about
Incioccre, io knock, or run
Incipriato, pari, powdered
Inciprignire, to exasperate, to
fly in a passion
Incirconciso, part, uncireum-

Incirconscrltto,

adj.

bound-

Incichire, io mince

m. an ingrosser,

ne,/

Inchiavre, to lock
luchiavistellre, to belt
Inchiedere, to ask
Inchista,/, inquiry
Inchinamnto, m. proneness
Inohinre, to humble, to submit,
to affirm with a nod
Inchinata, /. humiliation, a

Inchinato, part, humbled


Inchinazidne,/. humiliation
Inchinvole, adj. inclinable
Inchino, m. a courtesy
Inchiodare, to nail inchiodare
;

to

nail

up a

piece

of ordnance
Inchiodato,
part.

to

In-

Inchidere,

fetters

Inchiod
Incensamnto,

'"!!)

able

un cannne,
Incenditre,

slur

to

Inchistro, m. ink-, scrivere


ad uno di budn inchistro,/
rvrite sharply : il tuo inchistro non tigne, your credit is

unblame-

Incattivito, adj. rvicked

Ine
o pio
Incaralcto, part, laid upon
Incavalcatura,/, a laying one
thing over another
Incavallre, to provide oTie's
self nith horses, to mount a

Inchiostrare,

ink
Incensare,

Incastonare, to enchase
Incastonato, part, enchated
Incastonatura, /. enchasing.

nailed.

tirrtng, pro

Incitare, io incite, egg on


Incitativo, adj. inciting
Incivfle, adj. uncivil
lncivi[iie, to

grow

Incivilmente,

polite

adv.

uncivil-

Inclemnza, f.iCfenVy: incle-

mnza
&c.

dell' aria, di vento.

inclemency of the a

INC
Inclinato,

dU-

benf,

part,

Incomodamente, adv. tncom

Inconsiderbile,

adj.

incon-

modivusly
Inclinazine,/: inclination
Inclinvole, adj. inclinable,
l'ncUto, adJ. famous, noble
Includere, to include
Inclusa, /. the enclosed

Incomodare, to incommode
Incomodit,/, inconveniency
Incmodo, m. trouble, disad-

Incomodo,
let-

adj. incon
adj.

intlu-

adj.

Incomparabilmente, adv.

in-

lively

Incompatibile, adj.

Inelso, part, enclosed


Incoccare, to notch, stammer
Incoccarsi, to be obstinate
Incodardire, to despond
Incoerente, adj. discordant
Incoerenza,/, disproj^oriion
Incogitdbile,

di

ency

In'""

Incompetente,

siderately

Incompetentemnte, adv.
Incognitamente,

in-

competency
adv.

incog-

Incompetenza./, insufficiency
Incompiuto, adj imperfect
Incomplsso,
adj.
jvith
Incomportabile,

and Incom-

portvole, adj. intolerable


Incoraportabilmnte, adv.

Incollerire, to be angry
Incollerito, aJJ. angry

Inconsulto, adj. inconsiderate

Inconsumbile,

Incognito, adj. unknotvn


I'ncola, m. an inhabitant
Incollare, to glue
Incollato, part, glued

inconsidera-

Inconsistente, ad. inconsistent


Inconsolbile, aJj. inconsolable
Inconsolabilmente, adv. inconsolably
Inconstnte, adj. inconstant
Inconstnza,/. inconstancy
Inconsuto, a. unusual, extra-

Inconsultamente, adv. incon-

adj.

inconceiv-

adj.

dgliere, to c
cO happen, btfu.^

Inconsiderato, adj. rash


Inconsiderazine, aiul Inconsideratzza, /.
tion

Incomparbile,
parable

ter

Inclusiramnte,

Inconsideratamnte, adv. in.

inconsum-

a.

able

Incontaminbile,

adj.

incor-

ruptible

Incontaminatezza,/, purity
Incontaminato, part, undefiled

Incontangnte,

incontinnte.

tolerably

Incompdsto, adj. simple

Incolorare, to colour, dye


Incolpbile, adj. blameless
Incolpare, to biame incolpare
un altro, to lay the fault

Incomprensibile,

adj. incom-

Incontentbile, adj. imatiable


Incontentabilit, /: insatiable-

prehensible

Incontest^ile,

adj. indisput-

Incontinente, adj. unchaste


Incolpato, part, blamed
Incolpatdre, m. an accuser
Incolpvole,
adj.
unblame-

nency
Inconcepibile, adj.

ii

able

Incoltamnte, adv. carelessly


Inclto,

part,

uncultivated

IncombattfliUe, adj. incontest-

liable

Inconcludente,

able

Incombnza,

Inconcepibilit, /. incompi
hensibleness
Inconciliabile,
adj.
incom

/.

Incombustlbile,

a
adj.

and

Incon-

Incnto, part, unadorned


Incontra, prep, against
Incontrainnto, n. a conferIncontrare, and Incontrarsi,
to meet, to happen
Incontrastbile,
adj.
indis-

commisincom-

Incomlncinte, m. a beginner
Incominciare, to begin
Incominciato, part, begun
Incominciatdre, m. a begin-

In conclusine, adv. finally


Inconcusso, part, unshaken

Incontrasto,

Inconfusamnte,

Incntro,

gruous
Incongruentemente, adv. im.

Inconveniente,

adv.
confusedly
Incongiungibile,
adj.
that
-mot be Joined
ngiunto, part, divided
IncongruSnte,
adj.
incon-

part,

m.

incontest

rencounter,

cntro, to advance
Incontrovertibile, adj.
be questioned

venvole,

and

adJ,

not to

Inconincome-

properly

Inconimensurbiie, adj. incommensurable


Incommensurabilit, /. ineom-

IncGmmodo, m..{see Inotfraodo,

Incongruenza, /. incongruity
Incongruit,/, disproportion
" icongruo, adj. incongruous
iconnocchiare, to rvind a
distaff-

iconquassbile,

Incommutbile, adj. constant


Incommutabilit,
eoa/.

part,

Inconvenientemnte, adv. inent/y

Incor

enza, /.

inconveni

Incorraggiamnto,

m. encou

un-

Inconsegunza, /. in conte-

Incorraggiare, to encourage
Incorraggito,
pari.
ani

IND

INC
Incorare, to persuade,

to

take

Incordare, to be hennmbed
Incordato, part benumbed
Incordatura,/, a stiff neck
tofram.

Increspare, to carl, to shrink ;


icrespre la fronte, to con-

Incoronazine
]

InoresccTolm-nte, adv. tediousty


Increscinnnto,
rvearim.

ncorpor'.e.

Indebolire, to grow weak


Indebolito, part, treakened

Indecente, adj. indecctit

act one's e</e-bri>ms


part.

Increspato,

curled,

Indecentemente,

ade.

inde-

cetttly

daub with clay


Incrinare, to crack
Increttre, to

IncoTjjorare, to incorporate
Incorporito, pati, incorporated
IncorporaziiSns, /. incorporation

Incorpreo, adj. incorporeal

Incrociare,

to

{a sea

cruise

term)

Indecnza,/, indecency
Indeciso, part, undetermined
Indeclindbile, adj.
indeclin'
able

Incrociato, part, laid across


IncrocicchiJre, to cross
icchidto, adj. cross

Indecoramnte,

adv.

sitarne

ftUly
Indcore.

(in

poetry)

aJj.

unbecoming

o%tatra,f. a CTtistim;
Incrudei;re, to grow cr-uel
Incrudelito, port, bec-.nne cruel
Incrudire,
to
make harsh,

Indecro, adj. indecent


Indefessandutp,
adv.
fatigably

inde-

Indefsso, adj. unwearied


Indeficinte,
adj.
not deji-

Indeficientemente, adv. conti.


Indeficienza,/, abundance
Indefinito, adj. titUimitcd
Indefinitamente, adv. undeter

Incorruttihilmente,

adv.

in-

Inculcatamnte,

corruptible

Incortiiidre,

to

cvriaim

set

round
Incortinalo,

In

adv.

ear

Inculcato, vart inculcated


Inclto, part, uncultivated

thiiy

Incurabenza, f. charge
as
smersi 1' incumbnza, I
;

surround-

part.

cinSa,

adv.

in

con-

take upon one's self


boil, or bake

Incucere, to
little, to

Iiicostante, adj. inconstant

scold

Incuorale,

to

take

in

one"

and iHcost^zia,

/..fickleness
part,
Incjtto,

ed;

baksole, sun-

boiled,

inctto dal

Incurbile, adj. incurable


Incria,/, negligence
Incursine, J', incursion
Incurvrfre, to bow, bend; in
to prostrate one'
self

Ine

ility

Increato, adj. tut created


Incredibile, adj. incredible
Incredibllmnle, adv. inci

Incurvito, part, bent, crooked


Incurvatura,
and Incurvazine,

/.

incurvation

s.i2ine, hotv tired


cti'.'ersation

I am oj hi

Increscvole, adj. tedious

cancelled, or blotted out


Indelebilmente,
adi:
inde-

Indeiicatire,

become

to

dcli-

Indemonialo, part, jtossessed


with a devil
Indenne, adj. titihvrt, safe
Indennit, attd Indemiit^de,

ittdetnnily

Indennizzare,

to

indemnify

or

Indennizzaiine,/. indemnification (law term)


Indentro, prep. wilUiti, iii-

Incurvo, adj. bent, crooked


Incusre, to accuse, blame
Ine
Iiicrepazine,/ a reprimand
Increscere, to be tired ; to commiserate, to be sorry quanto

Indegnazine,/. itidignaiion
Indegnit, Indegnitde, and
IndegnitXte,/. indignity
Indgno, adj. unworthy
Indelebile, adj. that catmot le

libly

Incostantemente, ado. inctmIncostrlnza,

Indefinito, adj. indefinite


Indegnamente, adv. unnor-

Incustodito, adj. not guarded


Inctere, to tllrnst loith vio-

Independcnte, adj. itidepend-

lence

I'ndaco, m. indigo, (blue

to-

Independenterante, adv.

in-

dependetitly

Independenza,
dency

/.

indepen-

IndetenTiinatain<!nte, ado
determinatively

minatinn
Indettare,

in

IND

IND

IND
Ihidetermindto, ailj. undecided,
naveiiiif^, doubtful
Indeterminaziijne, /. indeter-

Indirettamente, adv. indirect-

Indizine, /. indica

InairCtlo, adi. indir


Inirilzire, to direct

ludo, adj. Indian, from India


Indocile, adj. indocile, dull
Indocilire, io render docile
Indocilit,/, indocilily

agree, resolve

Indevto, adj. ungodly


IndcTozine,/. ungodliness

frmn thence after,


aflemards Indi poco, a

Indi, adv.

Utile after ; indi poclii di,


aferv days after
Indiamantire, to counterfeit
diamonds
Indiana, adj. Indian stuff',

Indisciplinbile,

adj.

undl

ciplinable, indocile

Indisciplinato, adj. unruly


adv. indis-

Indiscretamente,

lu<io\en-7.a,f.'indolence

Indolenzire,

printed cotton
Indiarolre, to fall into a
passion
Indiavoldto, adj. mad, furi-

Indicre, to shew, indicate


Indicativo, m. the indicative

mood

(in

grammar)

Indicativo,

demonstra-

adj.

Indicato, part, indicated


Indicazine, / and IndicaI'ndice, m. index, contents,
forefinger
Indicere, to imitate
Indicibile, and
Indicvole,
adj.
unutteraineffuble,

benitmb

to

Indombile, adj. uutameable


Indomandto, a. unasked
Indmito, aJj.jince, wtruly
Indonnarsi, to seize upon
Indoppire, to donhle
l'Inghilterra s' indoppia colla
:

Indispensabilit, /. an indispensable necessity

Indispensabilmente, adi
dispensably
Indisposizine,

/.

indisposi-

Indoratra,

Indisputabilmente,

adv.

contesiably
Indissolbile,

indissolu-

adj.

Scozia, England and Scotland are contiguous ; la


vostra bellezza va indoppiando, you groru
more

/.

and Indora-

'"t'ofajy.'f

Indor
Indicibilmnte,
bly
I'ndico, adj.

inexpressi-

Indissolubilit,

/.

indissolu

bility

Indian, of In-

Indissolubilmente,

adv.

in

dissolubly

Inditro,

adv.
backrvards :
volgersi inditro, to look
back ; crrer inditro, to run

Indistintamnte,
fusedly

adv.

con

Indotto. adj nnthout

Indistinto, adj. indistinct

Indistinzine,/ confusion
Indivia,/ endive

Indifferentemente,

adv.

in-

differently

Indifferenza,/, indijffirence
Indigeno, adj. indigenous
Indignte, adj. indigeni
Indignza,/, indigence
IndigesUbiie, aJj. indigestiIndigestine, /. indigestion
Indigesto, part, indigested

Indignalo, part, provoked


Indignazine,
indigna/.

Individuale, adj. individual


Indiridualit, /. individuality
IndividualniC-nte, adv. individually
Individu:ire, to specify
Individuazine, /. a speci-

Indimostrbile, adj.

not

rable

e,tcU

de-

dowry

Indtta,/ inducement
Indottamente, adv. unlearnedhj
Indottivo, adj. persuasive

Indot

adj.

Indottrindbile, a. indocil
Indottrinare, io instruct

Indovinare, to divine.foreiell
Indovinatre, m. a diviner.

Individuo, adj. inseparable ;


\m individuo, an individual
Indivisamente, adv. insepa
Indivisibile, adj. indivisible
Indivisibilit, /.
indivisibi-

oitlfio^lTan
Indovino,

"*y.

Indi
IndigrOsso, adv. one with another ; compr<ire, or vendere
indigrsso, to buy or sell

Indormentlre, to stiipify
Indormlre, to care very little
Indonnito, adj. drowsy
IndSsso, adv. upon the back

ilmnte,

adv.

eni-^

conjuT

ji

indi-

visibly

Indiviso, adj. undivided


Indi vto, arf;. irreligious
Indivozine,/. irreligion
Indiziare, io give suspicion
Indizio, m. sign, token, no-

Indovino, adj. prophetical


Indovutamente, adv. unduly
Indovuto, adj. undue, unlawsorcery,
m.
bewitch, to faU

Indo^zamnto,
IndozZare,

anay

to

INE

INE
Indragre, and IndracrCj t.
grorv furious, io rage
Indragonlto, adj. furious, mad
Indrappie. io make cloth
Indrappellare, io drarv up an

Inefficace, adj. ineffectual

in
Indrito, prep, behind
Indrizzrsi, (see Indirizzarsi)

Inefficcia,/ ineffcaciousness
Ineguaglianza, and Inegualit,/ inequality
Ineguale, adj. unequal
Inelegante, adj. inelegant
Ineligibile, adj ineligible
Ineluttbile,
adj.
unavoid-

Indrudire, to grow amorous


Indubitbile, adj. indubila-

Inemendbile,

Indubitabilit, /. certainty
Indubitabilmente, adv. undoubtedly
Indubitilo, adj. undoubted

Inentro, adv. within


Inequle, adj (see Ineguale,

Indcere, (see Indurre)


Induciranto, m. inducement

Inequivalnte, adj. not equiva-

army

bailie

Inducit(5re,

m. an

able
adj. incorrigible
Inerrabile, adj. not to be rtlated, told

and

its

derivatives)

enticer

Indugvole, adj. slon:, late


Indagia, /. Indugio, and Indugiamnto, m. a delay,
hinderance
senza indugio,
without delay
Indugiare, to delay, hinder
Indugiato, part- delayed
Indugiatre, m. a delayer
;

Inerbare, to cover with grass


Inernte, adj. inherent
Inernza,/, inherence

Inrme,

adj.

unarmed

Inerpicre, to climb
Inrte, adj. sluggish
Inerudito, adj ignorant
Inrzia,/, sloth
Inesauribile, adj. inexhausti-

Inestimabilmente,

Indurbile,

adj.

that

grows

Inetumo, adv. for ever


Inettamente, adv. foolishly
Inettitudine,/, incapacity
Intto, ailj. inept, foolish
Inevitbile, adj. inevitoMe
Inevitabilmente, adv. intvito'

bly
Inzia, f. folly
Infaccendato, adj. very busy
Infacto, adj insipid, cold ;
umo infacto, a sorry jester
Infallibile,

to force

bly

In

fallo,

colpi

ble

Infme, adj. infamous


Infmia, dud Infamit,

'

Inescusabilmnte, adv.
cusably
Ineseguibile, adj. not
executed
Inesercitbile,
be
crted ;

adj.

ine
to

not

Industriosamente,

adv.
in
dustriously
Industrldsol and Industrio,
adj. industrious
Induttivo, adj. inducing
Induttre, m. an enticer
Induzine,/, induction
Inebriare, m. (see Imbriac&re,

an

impracticable

Inesiccbile, adj. inexhaustible


Inesorbile, adj. inexorable
Inesorabilmente, adv. inexorably
InesperiSnJa,
inexperi/.

Inesprto, adj. inexperienced


Inespibile, adj. inexpiable
inexpliInesplicbile,
adj.

and its derivatives)


Ineclissto, part, eclipsed
India,/, a iiet, abstinence

Inesprimibile, adj. inexpretsi-

Indito, adj. unprinted

Inespugnbile, adj. impregna-

Ineffbile, adj. ineffable, un


ufterahte
Ineffabilit, /.
unutterable-

dirt

grow fan-

tastical

Infante, m. an infant, a child


Infante, adj. infanto, title of
the children of the kings cf

Spain and Portugal


Infanteria, /. foot soldiers
Infantile, adj. childish
Infanticidio, m. infanticide
Infnzia, and Infantilit,

infancy
Infarcire, to stuff
Infardare, to besmear, foul
Infardato, adj. foul, dirty
Infaretrto, part, armed with

Infarinare,

to

pender

with

Inessiccbile, adj. ineihausti'


ble

Inestimbile,
Jnefi'abilmnie, adv. ineffably

/. in

famy, disgrace
Infando, adj. frightful
Infangare, to dirt, mire
Infangato, part, dirtied, full of
Infantastichire, to

to dofo'r ih? best

adv. in vain; tutt


cadevano in fallo,
upon the

ground

of

citbile,

Indstria,,
Industrir,

infallible.

Imamre, to defame
Infamato, part, defamed
Infamatre, m, a defamcr,
calumniator
Infamatrio, adj. defamatory
Infamazine, /. and Infama-

ticed

adj.

Infallibilit,
and Infallibi\2.za,f. infallibility
Infallibilmente, adv. infalli

all his strokes fell

Inesusto, adj. unexhausted


Inescamnto, m. allurement
Inescare, to entice
Inescato, part, allured, enInescogitto, part, unthought

Induramnto, m. hardness
Indurire, and Indurire, to
harden Indurarsi, to grorv
hard-hearted
Indurato, part, hardened
Indurito, adj. obdurate
Indurre, to induce
indurre
a tumulto, to stir up a rebellion
indurre per forza,

in-

adj. inexiirguishaJile
Inestricbile, and Inestrig^
bile, adj. inextricable
Inestricto, part, entangled,

ble

forgiveness, pardon
Indlgere, to indulge, grant
Indulto, m. pardon
Indumnto, m. a dress

adv.

Inestinguibile,

adj.

inettima-

Infarinato, part, whitened with


meal ; who has a superjiciat

knowledge qf a thing

INF
Infarinatura, /. small know-

Infervorato, adj. fervent

Infestamnto, m. and Infes-

kdge
m.

Infastidiranto,

neari-

tagidne,

molestation,

Infignimnto,
and Infingk
mento, m. dissimulation
Infignitre,

and Infingitdre,

trouble

and Infastidiire, Infestamente,

Infastidlre,

Iiiastidfto, part, nauseated


Infaticabile, and Infatigbile,
adj. indefatigable
adv. inde-

adv.

impor-

Infestdre, to infest, annoy


Infestalo, part, infested
Intestatre, m. a disturber.

and Infilzare, to
thread, string ; infil2r un
discrso, to tell a long story ;
infilare le pntole, to fail ;
infilzarsi da se, to fall into

Infilare,

Infaticabilmente,
faiigahiy

Infilzata,/, a ribblercm
Infilzato, and Infilato, part.
fatti, adj. in fact
threaded
Infatuare, to become stupid
Infatuato, part,
infatuated, Infestuto, m. the foundering of l'nfimo, adj. lamest, extreme.
bewitched
inaus- Infettare, io infect, taint
Infaustamente, adv.
Infettato,
and
Inftto, part.
piciously
infected, tainted
Infusto, adj. unlucky, omiInfettatre, m. a corrupter
Infinch, and Infinech, adv.
Infeudare, to infeoff (lam
since, until
Infecondit,/. barrenness
term)
Infin da ora, adv. henceforInfecndo, adj. barren
Infeudazine, /. infeoffment
Infedle, adj. injidel
Infine, adv. in short
(lam term)
Infedelmente, adv. unfaithInfettivo, adj. infectious
Infingardaggine, and Infia
fully
garderla,/ laziness
Infedelt, and Infedelit, /. Infezine,/ infection
Infiacchimnto, m. aneaken- Infingardire, to grow idle
infidelity
Infingardito, and Infingardo,
Infederare, to put on a pillorv

In

adj. lazy, idle

Infelice, adj.

unhappy

Infelicemente,

adv.

Infingardo, m.

the

quadruped)
to feign
Infingimnto, m.

unhap-

sloth

(a

Infingere,
Infelicit,/, misfortune
Infellonire, to grow cruel
Infellonito, adj. cruel
Infemminire, to be effemi-

Infemminito,

adj.

Infiammatarante,

e^eminate

Inferire, adj. inferior


Inferiorit,/, inferiority
Inferire, tu infer
Infermamente, adv. rveakly

Infermare, and Infermarsi,

adv.

ar-

dently

Infiammatlvo,

adj.

infirm, feeble

infirmary, a

Infermiccio, and Infermdccio,


iickly

Infermit./, infirmity
Infernale, adj. hellish
Inferno, m. hell
Inferno, adj. infernal,

Inferrato,

Infidamente, adv. unfaithfully


Infidelit,/. (see Infedelt)
Infido, adj. faithless
Infielre, to make bitter mith
gall
Infievolimnto, t weakening
Infievolire,

and InfieboUre,

Infino, prep, till, until ; fci


fino dal principio, from the
beginning ; inuno ad ora,
till nom,from that moment,
inflno allra, /rom this time,
till then, until then ; infine a
quando, until, when, horn
long ; and meco inflno alla

to

Infinoattantoch,
hell-

m. and Inferriata,

Inferrato, part, changed

infervorare, and Iniervorire,


to animate

Infinito, and Infinitivo, m.


the infinitive mood (in gram-

to

fall sick

/.

In-

inflam-

Infermato, and Infrmo, adj.


Infermeria,

and

fingitudine, /. dissimulation
Infinit,/, infinity
Infinitam.nte, adv. infinite-

Infievolito, part, weakened


Infiggere, to nail, or drive

adv.

until

that

Infinocchiare, to impose
Inflgnere,
to
feign ; infl- Infinocchiatura, /. deceit
deceitgnersi, to disguise one's self ; Infimamente,
adv.
s' infinse di non saper nulfnlly
la di queste cose, he pre- Infintnto, and Infiatantoch,
tended to know nothing of
adv. till, until
the matter
and Infinto, wt.
Infinta,
Infignvole,
duplicity, dittimUafion, iif
part,
feigned,
dittembled
gfise

1*7

G2

ING

INF

INF
Infinto, pari, feigned
Infintine, /. simulation
Infiorare, lo blossom, to adorn
Tvithflowers
Infiorire, to bloom, or blorv
Infirmit./. infirmity

Infirmo, adj. infirm


Infi scire, ia confiscate
'InSiiso, pari, fixed
into
InfisK
"

unforInnately
Infortunato, adj. unfortunate
Infortnio, m. misfortune
Inforzare, to strengthen ; to

Infrequnza,/, unfregueney
Infrescamnto, m. refreshment

Inforzato, adj. strong


Infoscato, part, darkened
Infossare, lo bury
Infossilo, pari, laid in the grave
Infra, prep, betrveen, among,
amidst, in, about; infra il

cool, frigid
Infrtgno, part, rvrinkled
Infrlngere. to infringe

Infortunamnte, adv.

fis.

tula

Inflazine,/, swelling
Inflessfbilc, adj. infiexible
Inflessiliihnnte, adv. obsl

infra

me, within

myself;

Infracidamnto, and Infradiciamnto, m. corruption

Ii^essione./. inflection
Inflettere, to bend, curb
Inflitto, part, inflicted
lT&unzz,f. influence
Influire, and Influere, to

a cooler
Infrescatdio,
Infretta, adv. in haste
Infrigidente, adj. cooling
Inft-igiddre, and Infrigidfre,
to cool, to

InfrondKi,

Infracidatiira,

profitably

Infruttuso, adj. nnfrmtful


Infunare, to tie with ropes
Infunatiira, /. a binding rviln
ropes

Infundfbulo, m
Infuocare, (see Infonire, and

and Infradici

all its derivati

Infocamnto, Infuocamnto,
m. and Infocazine, /. conflagration, hea
Infocare, to he

Infirrsi, t

red-

.Jh^
Infragnimnto,
firagnitra,/.

Infocato, adj.
nd
Infocazine,
dne,/. heat.
Infndere, to i
i

Infragrnti, ad
Infralii
dejection
Infralire, lo

Infuocazi-

Infondimnto, m. infusion
Inforcare, to fork, hang
xaforcato, adj. caught tvilh a
pitchfork
Inforcatura, /. a body cleft,
(also) a forkful

Informare,

/o

inform; infor-

branches,

entangle.

to

ihould do

strengthen

il

brisk,
adj.
Ingagliardito,
strong
Ingallappire, to catch in a
trap
proud
IngalluZzrsi, io be
Iga!luzzato. adj. proud

Ingambre,

to

'

run away
to

put, or

hang

Infrazine, /. rupture, fraction, (also) a breach, viota-

Ingannbile, adj. deceitful


inganIngannare, to cheat
narsi, to mistake ; s'io non
m' inganno, if 1 mistake

Infreddare, to take cold


Infreddativo, adj. giving cold
Infreddato, pari, having gut

Ingannato, part, cheated


Ingannatre, m. a cheat
Ingannvole, and Ingann-

know whether I

to

to

be prolonged
Ingabbiare, to put in a cage
in
Ingaggiare, to engage
gagi^uire a usura, to pawn
Ingaggiato, part, engaged
Ingagliardia, /. weakness
Ingagliardire, to grow strong

Ingangherare,

oven-full

in doubt, in danlasciare una cosa in


to leave a thing at
random : io era in forse se
dovessi farlo o no, / did not

Infuso, part, infusi


Infuturarsi

(see Infragni-

underpart.
Infrascritto,
written, subscribed
Infrascrivere, to subscribe

forse,

Infusamente, adv confusedly


Infusine,/ infusion

Infrascamnto, m. a stripping
of leaves
with
cover
Infrascare,
to

forse,

ger

mnto)

Infomito, part, baked


Inforsre, io put in doubt

In

...

grow weak

Infrantra, /.

put in the oven

InfomaU,/. an

liiftiriatamnte, adv. furiously


Infuriato, adj furious

breaking
in the fact

termeddle
Infranciosato, part, diseased
Infrngere, to break
Infrnto, pari
oil-mill,
Infrantolo, m

Infrme, adj. formless


Infornapane, m. a baker's
to

mad

m. and In-

Inframssa, /. and InframSsso, m. interposition


InframSttere, to insert, to in

Informto, part, informed


Informatre, m. informer
Informazine, /. information,

Infornare,

un

adv.

Irifruttuosamnte,

arvo.

md

forth

Infruttifero, adj. unfruitful

Influsso, part, influe


Influ
Infliis
influen

shoot

to

frtta, adv. in a company


Infiruscare, to confuse
Infruscato, adj. dai

In

Infracidare, and Infradiciare,


infracidare
'.0 putrefy
i

grow

adj.

r,

adv.

Ingannev

de-

ceitfully

Inganno, and Ingai>.namnto,


I. cheat,

trick

trar d' in-

giivao, <c undeceive

ING
and

Ingarabu.Iire,
buglidre,

Ingar-

deceive,

to

per-

plex
IngastigtCfo, pari. unpunUlted
Ingastigidiie,/. impunity
Ingegnamnto, m. craft, cun-

Ingegnarsi, to endeavour
Ingegnere, arid Ingegner, m.
engineer

ery body doe3 what

Ingegnosamente, adv. ingeniously


Ingegn<5so,
witty
Ingegnurflo,

ingeinous,

adj.

ii
malice, craft
Ingelosire, to grow jealout
Ingelosito,
adj.
become jea-

Ingemmamnto, m. an adorning with Jewell

Ingemmare,

to

deck

with

jewel.

Ingemmato,

adj. adorned with

jewels

In generale, adv. generally


Ingenerare, fa engender
Ingenerazidne, /.
and Ingeneramnto, m.
generaIngenito, aJj innate
Ingentilire, to become noble, to
Ingentilfto, adj. ennobled

Ingenuamente, adv. sincerely


Ingenuit,/, sincerity

Ingenuo, adj. ingenuous, free


Ingerirsi, to intermeddle

Ingessato, part, chalked


Ingessatura,/, a chalking
Ingsto, adj. inserted
Inghiottimnto, m. a swallow-

ing ; pool, pit, abyss


Inghiottire, to swallow, absorb; inghiottire altrui, to
surpass
ingliiotUre
one;
un' injuria, to put up an
Inghiottito, adj swallowed
Inghiottitdio, m. the throat

Inghirlandamnto,
m.
crowning with a garland

up
a

Inghirlandare, to crown with


garlands fuor di quel mar
che la terra inghirlanda, out
of that sea which encompasses
;

Ingiae

INN

INO

Inimicfzia, /. enmily

Innamoracchiarsi,

Inimfco, m. an enemy
Inimico, adj. unfriendly

Innamoramnto,

Inimitbile, adj. inimitable


In infinito, adv. infinitely
Inintelligibile, adj. obscure
Iniquamente, adv. perfidiout-

Innamorre, to fall in love


innamorarsi al primo s-

morazzaraiito,

Iuiziat<5re, in.

and
m.

Inna-

Innoltrrsi,

Innominato, adj. nameless


Innondare, {see Inondare)

in love at first

sight

(also)

Innamorata,/, a mistress
Innamoratamente, adv.

lov-

ingly

ed

Innamorazfire,

lo be in love

Innanellre, to curl, to give the


nuptial ring
Innanelijto, adj. curled
Innanimire, and Innaniralre,

a beginner

Inlacciare, to fall into snaret


Inlaccidto, adj. ensnared
Inlanguidlre, to become Ian'

euid

Innanimto, part, heartened

Inlaqueire, to entangle
Inlaudbile, adj. unniorthy qf

Inlecitamnte,
fully

adv.

let cloth

Innovare, to innovate
Innovatre, m an innovator
Innovazine,/, change
Innovellare, to renew
Innumerbile, adj. innumerable, numberless
Innuzzollre, to excite a desire
Inobbedinte,
adj.
disobe-

Inobbedinza,

disobedi

/.

Inoculare, to inoculate
Inoculazine, /. inoculation
Inodorlfero, adj. without any

Innanti, prep.
{in poetry) {see Innanzi)
Innantich, adv. before
Innanzi, m. a model, origiInoliare, to oil

InInnnzi,
prep, before.
nanzi, adv. rather, better,
andare innanafterwards
zi, to grow ; Tenure innanzi,
to present one's self; pi
mttere
innangi, farther ;
innanzi, to propose ; non
andate pi innanzi, say no
;

Inle^ttimit,/. illegitimacy
Inleglttimo,/. illegitimate
Inletterto, adj. unlearned
Inlibtare, to balance
Inlividlre, to bruise
Inlilnga, Inlungo, adv. mandir
in lunga, to procrastinate ;
in lungo andie, in process

Innanzi

of time
Inmalinconlre, Inmalinconichlre, and Inmalinconicare,
to be melancholy
Inmarclre, to rot, putrefy
to

advance, exceed

lo

Innssio, adj. harmless


Innostrre, to cover with scar-

Innnto, ajid

unlarv-

Inlcito, adj. unlawful


Inleggiadrlto, adj. embellish'

Innabissre,

Innocenza, and lunoc'nZia,/.

tourt;

cio, to fall

Iniquit, /. iniquity,
inequality
Iniquitdso, adj. wicked
Iniquo, aJj. unjust
Injuria,/, injury
Injustlzia,/. 7iju>tice
Iniziale, adj. initial
Iniziare, to initiate
Iniiiato, adj. instructed

in

to fall

be

Inltro,

and

Innltre,

adv.

Inondare, to overflow
Inondazine, /. and Inondamnto, m. inundation
Inonest,/, dishonesty

Inonesto, adj. dishonest


adv. first of Inonorato, adj. dishonoured
I'nope, adj. indigent
Inpia, f.' indigence
Inopinbile, adj. credible
una^
Inopinatamente, adv.

Innarsiccito, m. a burning
Innascndere, to hide
Innascso,
adj.
hid,
con

srvallowed

Inoliato, j)art. oiled


Inoltrarsi, {see Innollrrsi)

Inopinato, aAj. unthoughl qf


Inopportunatamnle, adv. unseasoruibly

Inopportuno,

adj.

unseason-

able

Innacqn^e,
sprinkle ;
vino,
to

to

tvater,

Innato, adj. innate, natural


Innaturale, adj. unnatural
Imiebbirsi, to grorv dark
Innebbiire, to make drunk
Innegbile,
adj.
incontest-

soak,

imiacquare
il
mix wine niitfi

Innacquato, adj. watered


Innaffiare, to mater
Innaffiato, part, watered
Innaffiatio, m. a watering-

able

Innestare, to ingraft
Innestato, adj. ingrafted
Innestatura, Innestagi<5ne, /.

and

grow sour
Innalberire, to gel up a tree
Innalzamnto, m. and lunal-

Innagresslre, to

zattra,/. exaltation
to exalt, raise, ad-

Innalzare,

Innamdre,

to

dai \

Innestamnto,

m.

Inorare, to gild over; to honour, beseech

Inordinatamnte,
derately

aifiv

immo-

Inordinatezza, /. confusion
Inordinate, adj. out <f or-

InorgogUre,

to

make proud;

inorgoglirsi, to groiu proiid

Inorpellamnto, m. a painting.

graft, a scion grafted

Innesto, m. a graft
Inno, >n. an hymn
Innobilit,/. ignobilily
Innocente, adj. innocent
Innocentemente, adv. innocently

Inorpellare, to counterfeit,
with false t

InorpelUto,

adj.

to

unterfeil-

iNR

INS

inhospitable,
Inospitale, adj.
barbarous, cruel
Inospitalit,/, inhospifalify
Inspite, uninhabited
Inosservbile, adj. itnobservable

Inosservanza,/. unoLsetvance
Inosservato, adj. unobserved
Inottusfre,
to
become dull,
obtute, without taste
In palse, adv. publicly
In paragne, adv. compara^
tivelx) to

In
In

parte, adv partly


particolare, adv. particularly
perpetuo, adv. perpetually

Inrevocal)i]it, /. irrevocabilily Inscusbile,


Inricchfre, to enrich
able
Inrigidire, to grK,tv sti^l hard
Insgna, /.
Inritrosfre, to grow unruly

Inruvidrre, to mark hard


N.B. For all the above and
other words beginning with
Inr, (see Irr)
Insaccare, to sack, to bag
Insaccato, part, bagged, sack-

Insa

a,/ a

intxcut'

arms,

stubborn
Insegnamnto,
Inriverente, adj.
{see Irreverente)
Inrossare, to dye with a red
sly,

In
In

persna, adv. personally


In piedi, adv. on foot
In protfilo, adv. in profile
In pnto, CUV. ready; sono in
pnto, T am ready
In qua, adv. since, this side ;
da allra in qua, siitce that

adj.

colours.

m. document.

Insegnato, part, taught


Insegnatre, m. a teacher
Insegrto, adv. secretly
Inseguire, to pursue
Inselicito, part, paved
Inselicito, m. pavement
Inselvre,
and
Inselvatlcre, to grow woody; inselvarsi, to take refuge in a

s,

1 have Insensatamente, adv. foolishly.


Insalato, wij. salt, salted
Insalatura, /. a salting,

or

Insensatggine, atjd Insensatzza, /. stupidity, folly.

pickling
Insaldare, to starch, (also)

to

Insensato, adj. foolish, tense-

sa-

Insensibilmente, adv. imperceptibly, by degrees


Inseparbile,
adj.
insepa-

In quanto, and In quanto che,


adv.

in as

much

for my part
Inquietamente, adv.

Insensibile, adj insensible


Insensibilit,/, insensibility

con-

as,

tinquietly

Insalvatichfto, adj. mild,

vage

Inquietare, and Inquietli'e,

to

Inquietazine, /.

Insalbre, adj. unhealthy


of Insanbile, wlj. incurable

the

act

Insanamente, adv. foolishly


Insanguinare, to make bloody
Insanguinato, part, bloody
Insnia, /. madness, folly

Inquietzza,/, uneasiness
Inquieto, adj. umjuiet
Inquietdine,/, disquiet
Inquisire, to accuse
Inquisito, part, accused
Inquisitore,
inquisitor,
m.
[search
sheriff, coroner
Inquisizine, /.
inquisition,
Inraccontabile, adj. that cannot be related
Inragionvole, adj. (see Irragionvole)
llirazionbile,

Inregolare,

a'dj.

adj.

Insanire, to grow mad


Insanito, part, mad.
Insano, adj. insane, mad
Insaponare, to soap, flatter,

Irre-

(see

Inserenre,

to

elear

inse-

ttp,

to

Inserento, adj. serene


Inserire, to insert
Inserito, part inserted

Inserrre, to shut up
Inservinte, adj. good, tueful.
fi*

nsetre, io

wrap up with

silk,

(:iho) to graft
nsetaZine,/. grafting

'irrational

golare)
Inreiigiosit,/ irreligion

:nseparabilmnte, adv.
parably
'nseplto, adj. unburied

Insaziabilmente,

adv.

insa

nsetto, m.
nseverlto,

an

insect
adj.
grown

te-

Hal.ly

Inscampbile,

adj.

unavoid-

Inreligiso, adj. irreligious

Inremediabile, and Inrimedibile, adj irremediable


Inreprensfbile, adj. irreprehensible
Inreprobbile, adj. irreprovIiu-epugi\bile,

adj.

Insidiato,

Inscinte, adj. ignorant


Inscrivere,
inscribe
to
write, or to engrave ai

tinittet-

,dv.
vith.
:i;lto.

Inretrattdbile, adj. irrevocable

adj.

engraved.

pati,

slotted.
p,

Insidiatre, m. a traitor
Insidiosamente, adv. treachc'
rously
Insidiso, adj ensnaring
Insime, and Insiememnte,

Insi.

together,

likewite.

INT
harm- Instigazine,

Inciepiirsi, to hide one self in

Ins<5nte, adj. innocent,

Insfgne, adj. renomned, excel-

Insopportbile, adj. insupport-

Insigniticinte, adj.

able
Insordire, to deafen, to become

insigiiifi-

Instiltre,

deaf
Insorgere, to rise against
adj.
insur-

Insignemente, adv. noiabiy


Insignire, t decorate, adorn
Insignito, part, adorned
Insignorire,

io

make

matter

to

imintiale

in-

Insrto, part, risen up


Insospettire, to groro

Insipidezza, /. insipidili/, jiat-

luspi-

Insistere, to insist, persist, to


I'nsito, adj. innate, natural
Insoave, adj. unpleasant

Insociabile, adv. unsociable


InsofBciente, aJJ.
In(see
sufficinte, and its derivatives)
Insoffribile, adj. insufferable
Inseggettabile,' adj.
untame-

InstruttlTO, adj. iiistructive


Instnitto, part, instructed
Instruttre. m. a tutor
Instruzine,/. instruction
Instupidlre, ta be surprised
Instupidlto, part,
stupified.

Inspettre, m. an inspector
InspeZine,/. inspection
N.B. The letter n in the following words, as far as Instupidlto, may be left out,
(see Ispezine)
Inspirare, lo inspire with, to
suggest, to prompt
Inspirato, part, inspired
Inspiratre, m. he who inspires
Inspirazine, /. and Inspiramnto, m. inspiration
Inspontiieo,
involunadj.

In

S, adv. above ; andare in


S e in gi, to go up and
da due in su, except
:

'

'-

'

la tvola,

upon

InsufficifnZa,/ insufficiency

In

SUI, adv. upon ; "in sul fa


del d, by break of day ; i
su'l bel del discorso, in il
middle of the discourse
JnsAiso. adj. foolish
Insultare, to insult
Insultato, adj offronled
Insulto, m. an insnlt, affront
perInsuperibi'

able

Insuperblre, to grow proud


Insuperbito, adj. proud
Insrgere, to rise against, to
resist by force
Insrto, part, risen up
not subInsussistnte, adj.

Instantemnte, adv. instantly


Instnza, and Instan2ia, /.

ad
instance,
eolicitation ;
instnza vostra, at your request
Instare, to urge, in.tist, press
Insterilire, to
Instigre, to

grow barren
instigate,

sug-

at last

to lull asleep

down

ficiently

Instbile, adj. unstable


Instabilit,/, instability

solubly

In&onnre,

Instrumnto, m. instrument

indis-

Ini
jntal

strumetital music

insolence
Insolito, adJ unusual, rare

InsolUre, to ^tow sitft, to di


minish, weaken
InsoUIre, to rise up in arms
Insolbile, adJ
imlissoluble
argomnto, problma, iVc.
insolbile, an argttment, o
problem, S;e. that cannot /

Mitute

Instrumentdle, and
mentdrio, adj.

adv. unexpectedly
Insperato, adj. unexpected
condenwi.
Inspessamn'to,

Insperatamnte,

InsUncbile,
adj.
indefatidream, fancy
gable
Insolcare, to draw the plan of Instancabilmente, adv. indea building
fatigably
Insolente, adj. insolent
Instantaneamnle, adv. immeInsolentemente, adti. insolentdiately
ly
Instantneo, adj. momentary.
Insolentire, to grow saucy

In smma, adv.

insti-

Instruire, to instruct
Instrulto, part. instKueted

ni.

adv.

it\fusc,

Instituine,

Insognrsi, to dream, fancy

Insolubilmente,

Instiga-

ititules

Institute, m.
Institutre, i

Insospettlto, adj. suspicious


Insostenibile, adj. unwarrantable
InsoJire, and Insozzile, to
foul, stain, grow dirty
unhopedInsperbile,
adj.

sity

Insipiente, adj foolish


Insipienza, and InsipiSnfia,/.
ignorance,J'oolishness
Insistenza,/, obstinacy

Insolnz, and InsolSnzia,

and
instil,

somebody one's heir


Initituta, /. institutes
Instituttsta, m. a reader if the

sinuarsi, to steal, creep in

Insinuazine,/, insinuation
Insipidamente, adv. foolithly

Insegno,

/.

Insormontbile,

one

Insinattanto, Insintnto, In
Insfno, Insisintantoch,
noch, and Insinch, prep.

Insinuare,

to

Instilldto, pait. instilled


Instlnto, ni instinct
Institulre. to institute:

sistenU not snl<siating


Insussistinza,/. the invalidity
of any thing
Insusurrre, Io murmur
Intabaccarsi, to fall in love,
{:xHo) to g,ve one's self up
^
Intaccare, to jag, juilch,

INT

INT

INT

Intendevolmnte, adv. ieanx'

tiffcn^, hurt, injure, contract

edit,,

m.

Intagliamnto.

incisior

carefully

Intendimnto, m. understand'

Intaccato, part.Jaggeil, note!


ed, injured
Intaccatura, /. a notching, c

nnte, adv.

Integramente, adv.

honestly,

exactly
Integrare, to

make entire
IntegriSto, part, made entire
Integrit,
integrity, perfec

ImenSitdre, m. an understanding man a budn intendi ti5r


poche parle, a word to tks
;

Intagliato,
engraved
i>art.
carved, jiroportioned, nel

Intenebramnto, m. a darken^
Integro,

whole,

a/j.

entire

Intenebrare, and Intenebrare,

honest, Just

m. an engraver

Intagliatre,

and Intagli

Intaglio, m.
/.

an engraving,
d'acqua

intglio

'"g:

ea
frte,

ar\

Integumnto, m. integument
Intelaiare, to put upon the toon
Intelaiatura, /. the skeleton of
a building, jj-c.
Intellettfva, /. and Intellato,

m. understanding,
Jntagliuzzre,

to

Intamburre,

to

Intamburazidne,
Intandre,

and

mince
im-

impeach-

Intanarsi,

te

Intellettivo,

adj. intellectual,
rational
adj.
Intellettuale,
intellectual
Intellettualit, /. intellectual

faculty
Intellezine,/, intelligence
Intelligente,

adj.

intelligent,

well knowing, skilled, learn-

Intantoch,

adv. whilst, so
asiiettatemi qui intanto eh' io venga, stai/ here
that

Intelligibilmente,

adv. intel-

Intemerata,

perplexity, conadj.

Intemperante,

ra,

ther, to fill

Intascare,

slits close toge-

with tartar
pocket up,

to

Intassre, to bend a bom


Intatto, part, untouched
Intavolare, to wainscot,
rail

in,

(also)

a drawn

game

to

to

Intensamente, adv. intensely


Intensivo,

and Intnso,

adj,

intense, excessive

Intentamente, adv. attentivety

Intentare, to attempt
Intentato, adj. atttmjited
tempted

TKt

Intento, adj. attentive, ready.

Intenzionale,

adj.

adj.

intempcr-

to

Intenzine,/, intention

/.

intempera-

Intempestlvo, adj. unseasona-

make

Intercaldre,
Intercalare,

to

adj.

intelligent,

knowing

Intndere,

luke-

add,

to insert
intercalar, <X

m.

Intercettare, to intercept
Intercetto, part, intercepted
Intercezine./ intercepting

to understand, to
design, intend, to agree together ; intnder gli dcchi,
to fix one's eyes
153

to encli'-e

Intercidere, to divide in two,


to hinder
IntercoICnnio,

IntendSnte,

grow

to

Inter^me, m. the entrails


Interamente, adv. entirely

grow temper-

Intemperato, adj. immoderate.

ski/led,

intention-

Intenzionalmente, adv. intcK-

Interchiudere,
or

affect-

mollified,

Intemperrsi,

Intemprie,

at chess,
draughts, J<fc. to set in notes,
to place boards ; intavolare
un negzio, to propound an
affair
Intavolato, parf. wainscoted
Intavolatura,/. watnscof,rule,
instruction,
a
tablature,

(mu4i< term)

part,

undpfiled.

IntemperdnJa, .and Intempe-

Intasare, to set

Intenerito,
softened

Intepidire,

Intarsi<ito, part, inlaid

Intarsiatura,/, inlaid rvork


Intartarito, adj. covered with

obscured.

be

to

tionally

ligibly

inlay

Intarsi.-tre, to

pari,

intenerirsi,

Intentazine,/ attempting
Intelligenza,/. knowledge, correspondence, learning ; intellignza secreta, a colla-

till I come
Intarlamnto, m. n<orm-hole
Intarlare, to be muth, or worm- Intelligibile, adj. plain, easy

IntaiMto, adj. moth, or tvorm-

darken

Intenerire, to mollify, soften

intellect,

capacity

accuse,
/.

to

Intenebrato,

m. space

be-

interdiction,
Interdtto,
m.
suspension, prohibition
Interdire, and Interdlcere, to
prohibit, forbid
Interdizine, /. and Interdicimnto, m. a sutpen-

G3

INT

INT

Interessante, adj. interetlitig


Interessare, to inlenst
Interessato, part, interested,

Inteachi^to, adj. stubborn


Intso, part understood
Intssere, to rveai-e
Intessuto, part, woven
Intestarsi, to be obstinate
Intestato, adj. stubborn ;

concerned

and

Interesse,

Interesso,

interest,

profit,

prejudice

m.
loss,

(also)

badare

mind

one's

interssi, to

own Interponimnto, m.

Interzza,/, entireneas
Interiezine, and Interghiezine,/. interjection (a sud-

interposi-

Interpdrre, to interpose
Interpositre, m. intercessor
Interposizine, /. inierposi-

m.

Intestino, adj. intestine


Intestini, m. pi. intestines
Intiepidire, and Intiepidire, io

and

and Intiepidito,
lukewarm

Intiepidito,
adj. cool,

den exclamation)
Interiora, /. pi.

in

suoi,

Intfgnere, to dip, soak, steep

Interidri,

Intimamente, adv. intimate'

pi. entrails

ly

Interiormente, adv. infernally


Interlineare, io interline
Interlineare, adj. between tine

Interlineato, part, interlined


Inter!ocut<3re, m, a speaker.

Interpretto, part,

Interpretazine, f. interpretaIntrprete, and Interpretatre,


m. an interpreter

Interpunzine,
Interlocutrio, adj. interlocutory

Intermdio,

an

m.

inter-

interpret-

f.

punctua-

Interrare, and In terriere, to


do over with clay, (also) to

Intimare, to signify
Intimazine,/, intimation
Intimidire, to grow fearful
Intimidito, adj. timid
Intfmido, adj. bold, intrepid
Intimo, adj. inward, intiIntimorlre, to terrify
Intimorito, part, frighted
Intingolo, and Intinto, m. a
ragout, sauce, gravy
Infnto, part, soak.d, plun-

lude

Intermdio,

interme-

adj.

diate

Intcrmentlre,

benumb-

be

to

Interrgno, m. interreign
Interrogare, to examine
Interrogato, part,
question-

ed

IntermSsso,

intermit-

part,

Interrogatrio,

to.

Interrmpere,

to

and

In-

ted

Intermettere, to interrupt, dis-

Intermettimnto,

Intermzzo,

interrupt,

m. discon-

adj.

intermedi-

Intirizzire, and Intirizzire, ti


stiffen, to be benumbed
Intirizzato, part, stijflned
Intisichire, to grow consump
tive ; far divenir tisico, ti

Intitolamnto, to a

Interromplmnto,
Intemizzine, /.

m.

and

interrup-

intitolarsi, to

Interniinito,

adj.

bound

title

a
a

Intitolare, to entitle
to, to inscribe, give

thin>,
title

assume

Intitoldto, part, entitled


Intitolazine, /. title, dedica

Intermissine, and IntermitIntollerbile,

Intermlsto, part intermixed


Intermittente, adj. intermitting
Intermittnza, /. intermilten<y
Internamente, adv. internally
Internare, and Internarsi, to
Internato,

Interno,

part.
adj.

Intertenre, to detain
Interteniranto, m. entertain

'

Intonatdre, m. a tuner, sing-

in'

Intsa,
entire,

Intollerante, adj. impatient


--^-- Ic
Ir"
Intonacare, and
d Intonicdre,

tnico, TO. plaster


Intonare, to tune, to sing
Intonato, part, tuned, resound-

InT""^

ailj.

intolera

Intnaco, Intonicto, and In-

pierced

internal,

adj.

ble

Intersezine,/ intersection

perfect,
1

/.

intention,

under-

i'anding
niesamnte, ado. attentively

Intonazine,/, tune
Intonchiare, to be eaten
with mites

up

Intonicaliira,/. rough east

Intoppamnto, m. hinderaiKt

INT

INT
Intcppdre, io meet with
Intoppo, m. a meeting
Intorare, to put one's

intramttersi,

Intramsso,

INV

to

tnlermed-

put

adj.

be-

embroil, confound, mingle,


perplex
Intrigatamnte, adv.
intricately

IntramischiiJuza, /. a mixture
Intramischidto, adj. mixed
Intorbidare, Intorbidare, and
Intorbiare, to make thick,
or muddy; to disturb, vex,

Intrigato, adj. intricate


Intrigatore, m. a shvjffling

together

Intramissidne,/. mediation

confound
Intorbidato, adj. thick, muddy,
troubled

Intrapdrre, to interpose
Intraprndere, to undertake

numb- Inuraprendimnto, m. enterprise, undertaking


benumb, make Intraprenditdre, and Intra-

trinsicato, adj. intimate,

fa-

Intormentimnto, m,
ness, stiffness

Intormentire,
Intorniare,

to

and Intomeiire,

surround, encompass
Intomiainnto, m, a

to

prnsore,
taker
Intraprsa,

t.

an

under-

undertaking,

f.

turn,

Intorniato, part, surrounded

Intrno, prep, about,


concerning ; air Intdrno, round
about ; guardar intdrno, to
intdrno,
look
about ;
l
thereabout d' ogni intdrno,
from all sides v' ho cercato
intdrno intrno, I have look-

Intraprso, adj. undertaken


Intrre, lo enter
Intrardmpere, to interrupt
IntratSssere, to ititermix
Intrattabile, adj. intractable
Intratt^nto, adv. in the mean

Intrattenre, to entertain
delay,
n.

Intrattenimnto,

trinsichzza,/. familiarity,
trtnsico,

and Intrinseco, adj.

Intrfnsico, and Intrinseco, jr.


an intimate friend
Intrfso, m. a hotch-potch
Intriso, part, kneaded, ternIntristfire, to
Intristire, to

grow nicked
dry away, not to

Introcque, adv. (by Dante) gi


the same time
Introdtto, part, introduced

Introducimnto, m. an introIntra venire, to happen, befall


IntraTersre, io cross, to lead
astray, go astray, to opIntraversto, adj. laid across,
Intossicre, io poison
Intossicato, part, poisoned
Intozzre, lo grow thick
Intra, prep, between, amongst
Intrabescare, to fall in love
Intrabiccolre, to clamber up
Intrachiudere, to enclose, encoinpass
Intrachiuso, adj. shut up
Intrade, adj. doubtful, un-

Intralasciare, to interrupt, to
intermeddle, leave off
Intralasciato, part, interrupl-

Introdurre, io introduce
Introduttre, m. introducer

Intraversatiira, /. opposition,

Introduzine,/, introduction
Intrito, m. entrance
Intromessidne, /.
introduC'

Intrecciatdio, m. ornament for

Intromesso, m. dainty dishes


Intromesso, part, introduced
Intromttere, to let in intromettersi, to intermeddle
Intronare, and Intruonre, io

the head

Intrecciatura, /. a tress, garIntrSccio,

Intraftto, adv. entirely


Intralasciamnto, m. interrup-

duction
Introducitdre,

and

Intreccia-

mnto, m. mixture,

tress,

Intronato, part, stunned


'ntronatra, /. and Introna-

mnto, m. stunning

twist

Intrementfre, to shake for


fear
Intrementfto, adj. shaking for

Intronfiare, to put one's self in

a passion

far
Intrepidamente, adv. intrepid-

Intralciamnto,

m.

an

in-

Intralciire, to embarrass, in-

ly

Intrepidzza,/, intrepidity
Intrepido, adj. intrepid
Intrescre,

Intrambo,

Intrmbe, and Intramendue, adj.

io

involve,

intri-

Intr.-imbi,

both, both together

Intramnto,
Intrainssa,

m
/.

entrance
interposition,

Intricre, [see Intrigare)


Intridere, to temper, dilute,
allay, soil, dirty, stain
Intrigamnto, m. intrigue,
perplexity, difficulty
Intrigare, and Intricare, io

135

Intrusine./, intrusion
Intriso, part intruded
Intuitivamente, adi,

intui-

tively

Intuitivo, adj. intuitive


Intito, m. a looking upon
), adv. quite, entirely
Intuzzre, to blunt, abate, repel

INV
Invaghimnto,

INV

INv

Invaghiccliidre, io be

m.

Invericdndo, adj. immodest


Inverislmile, adj. improbable

Utile

Inviare, to tend
Inviato, part, tent

m. an

Inverislmilitudine, f. unlike-

dtsire,

Invidia,/, envy

love

Invermiglire,

Invaghire, to inflame rvilh de


Invaghirsi, and Inlire

to

redden,

to

Invemiinamnto, m.

vaghirsi, to fall in love


adj. in love

Xnva;Wto,

Invidiare, to envy
Invidiato, pali, envied
Invidiosamente, adv. enviously
Invidiatdre, m. an envious

tion, breeding oftvor

Invaiare, and Invaiolre, to


grow black
Iiivalidamnle, adv. vainly
Invalidare, to annul
Invalidit,/, invalidity
Invlido, adj. rveak, invalid,
of no force
Invalorfre, to grow strong
Invanire, to grorv proud
In v^no, adv. vainly
Invaribile, adj. invariable
Invariabilmente, adv.
con-

Inverminire,

breed
part.

to

Inverrainto,

Invernare,

to

winter

avemta,/. a winter

'

.verniciare, to varnish
Inverniciato, part, varnished

In

adv.

towards.

Inviluppamnto,

stantly

Invasare,

to
invade, attack,
possess, to be surprised, dip,

plunge
cosa

luvididso,. and I'nvido, (in


poetry) adj. invidious
Invietare, to grow obsolete
Invigorire, tu strengthen
Invigorito, part, strengthertInvilire, to discourage
Invilito, part, affrighted

vero, adv. in truth

Inverso,

Invididliile, adj. enviable


Invidiente, adj. enviuu

thing

on

one's

Invincibile,

Invasato,

part.
possessed,
stupid
invasato,
nel giudeo, addicted to gam-

amaxed,

ing
Invasazidne, /. obsession,
Invasellare,

to

'

put

confu

Inviluppare, to wrap up
Inviluppato, wrapped up
'
liliippo, m. bundle, parcel

invasarsi qualche
nella
memdria, io
:

imprirt a

m.

Invertere, to invert, to ov

into

adj.

unsonquera

lirr

Invescato, part, entangled


Investigbile, adj. not to

be

be-

Investigamnto, m. an inves-

tigation
Investigare, to investigate
Investigato, part, investigat-

Invincidire, to soften, to groro


soft,fiabby
Invio, m. direction, address
Inviolbile, adj. inviolable
Inviolabilmente, adv. inviolably

archer
,tigation,

Investire,
ludtto, adj. unheard of
ivecchire, to grorv old, to

tire

un

invest ; invesvascello, to board a


to

Investimnto,
ivecchito, part, grorvn old
iverchiuzzre, to rvaste, de-

gidne,

ni.

Investi/.

and Investitura,

Inviperrc, and Inviperire, to


rage, to be fierce, cruel, to

swagger
Inviperito, part, enraged
Inviscre, to ensnare
Invischerre, to penetrate the

bowels
Invischiare, to daub with bird-

vold
i

vece, prep, instead

i,

superfluous words

Inveterato, adj.
Invetrre, and Invetriare,
reduce to glass
Invetriata, /. a glass win-

Invisbilmente,
bly

adv.

iuvin-

and

[nventre. to invent, desire


Inventariare, to make an jn-

nveutrio, m. an inventory
r. ventato, ;;ar/. invented
nventdre, and Inventatre,

Inverdire, to grow green


Invericdndia,/. impudence

Invisibile, adj. invisible


Invisibilit, /. invisibility

Invettive, adj. railing: parle invettive, abusive words


Invezidne, /. invective, excla-

mation
Inuggiolire, to set one a long-

Ingnere, to anoint
Inugule. adj. unequal
Inviamnto, m. a way, or

Invitato, parr, invited


Invitatre, m. an invitcr
invitaloInvitatdrio,
adj.

IRR
InJaccherre,

(o

eovtr

Irascibile, adj. passionate


Irascibilit, 7: wrath, anger

tvilh

dirt
ilire, io wither,

nanamente,

decay
cruelly,

adi',

Inzaccherato, adj. dirty


InSampognre, to impose upon
InZavardare, to soil, to grease
InJavarddto,
part,
dirtied,

Iratamnte, adv. angrily

Inumidire,
Inumidito, part, moistened
Invocare, io cali upon
Invocato, pari, invoked
Invocatre, ni. he that invokes

angry

Irate, adj.

I'rco, m. a he-goat
Ire, to go

spotted

Inieppamnto, m. a heap, an
eggins on
Inzeppare, to gather up, amass
Inzibett^to, part, perfumed
InzoccoUto,
adj.
having
wooden shoes

I'ride,

iri,

(in poetry

Ironia,/, irony

Ironicamente, adv. ironically


Irradiare, and Irraggiare, to

Inzotichire, to grow awkward,


Irradiato, part, irradiated

Invoglia,/, a wrapper
Invogliare, io give a desire
invogliar 1' appetito, io whet
;

Invogliato, adj. with longing.


desi
vrapt Vi
Invoglio, m. bundle, parcel
Involare, io rob, steal; invoIrfrsi, to

disappear

InvoUto,

adj. stolen

Involatre, 7rt. a thief


Involgere, lo wrap up,

Involgimnto, m.

to cover

able

in-

'nvolun-

ydeed

adv.

tably

Irra^onat
ablenese

Irrazionabilmnte,
reasonably

Isa, a iosa, ad. abundantly


Idta, m. iota, ><; non vene
darei un ita, / would not

give you a tittle for it


IoZzo,m. a seajish of greenish

volmnte,

Irragior

ionico, adj. the Ionic order

un-

adv.

Irreconcilibile, adj. irrecoitcileable

Irrecuperabile, adj. irrecoverable

Ipecaquna,/. ipecacuanha
adv.

--' ntarily

--

Irradiazine,/, irradiation
Irraggionvole, itdj. unreason-

a beating

about the Irush


Involio, m. theft
Involontariamente,

Involon-"^--

Inzuccherare, lo sugar
InSuccherto, part, sugared
InJuppamnto, m. soaking
Inzuppare, to sop, or soak
InSnppito, part, soaked
Io, pron I, myself

Iperbole, and Iprbola, /.


hyperbole
Iperboleggiare, to exaggerate
Iperbolicamente, adv. hyperbolically

and Iprbole,

Irrefragbile, adj. undeniable


Irregolare, adj. irregular
Irregolarit,/ irregularity
Irregolatamnte, adv. irregularly
Irregolato, part, disordered
Irreligine, f. irreligion
Irreligiosamente, adv. irret-

Involontre, adj. involuntary


Involpare, to be blighted

Iperblico,

Involpire, to grow cunning


In Volta, adv. about, here and
there ; anddr in volta, to go

Iperico, ni. Saint John's wort


Ipocistide,/ the herb cistus

Irreligiso, a. irreligious

Ipocondria, /, melancholy
Ipocdndrico, adj. hypochon-

Irremissibile, adj.

adj.

cai

giously

Irremeabile, a. irremeable

unpardoa-

put iojlight
Involtare, to wrap up
Involto,
wrapt,
part.

Involtura.

/.

Irremiisibilrante,

round-about

Ipocritdne,

m. a great hypo-

Ipos^rca,/. a sori of dropsy


Ipostitico, adj. hypostatical

luziOne, /. a
craft, deceit;

di lingua,

an

wrapping up,
involvimnto
idle story

Inurbanit,/ incivility
Inurbano, adj. uncivil,

dis-

courteous
Inusto, and Inusitato,

adj.

Ipotca,/, mortgage
Ipotecare, to mortgage
Ipotesi,/, hypothesis
Ipottico, adj. suppositiiiuus
IppOmane, m. a bit ofjlesh on
the forehead

Inusitatamente, adv. uncsm-

of a calf

Ippopotamo, m. a sea-horse
Ipsoftto, adv. presently, immediately
and Iracndia, /. anger.

Ira,

Iracondamente, adv. angrily


Iracondo, Iracndo, IraconInvulnerbile, adj. invulnera
ble

Inulolire, (see Inuggioiire)

adv.

pardonably
Irremunerbile, adj. not

in-

diOso, and IracundiOso, adj.


hasty, passionate
Irre, to be angry

157

unio

be

rewarded
[ed
Irremunerato, (tf//. not rewardIrrepar<ibile, adj. irreparable
Irreparabilmente, adv. irre-

parably

[ble

Irreprensibile, a. irreprehensiIrreprobbile, a. irreproveablc, irreproachable


Irrequito, adj. restless, uneasg
Irresistibile, a. irresistible
Irresoluto, adj. irresolute

Irretito, part, caught in a net


Irrevernte, adj. irreverent
"

ently,

^jy^

irrf

dely

I,/,

rudeness

Irrevocbile, adj. irrevocable'


Irricordvole, adj.unminf^fut
Irrigare, to wet, moisiea

LAI
Irrigatre, m. he that waters
Irrisione,/, derision
Irrisre, n. a mocker, jeerer,

Irritamnto, m. irritation
Irritare, io incense
Irritativo, aij. provoking
Irritato, part, irritated
Irritatdre, m. a provoker
Irritazine,/, irritation
Irrivernte, adj. (lee Irrevernte, and its derivative!)

Irrugginfre, to rust
Irrugginfto, adj. rusty
Imigiadare, to sprinkle
Irsuto, and Irto, (in poetry)
cJj. rough, bristled
I'schio, m. a holm-oak
I'sola,/. island, isle

Lacciulo,

Itterfzzia,/. the Jaundice


f. St. John's rvort

Iva,

Iugulare, adj. Jugular


Ivi, adv. there
lure, m. lam
luridicamnte, adv. lan'fully
lurldico,
lurista,

Lacerazine,/, a tearing
Lcero, adj. torn, ragged
Lacerto, m. a sinew in

to

and

all its derivatives)

Lacuna./, a fen, or marsh


Lacunle, adj. like a marsh
Lacunso, adj. full of fens, or
marshes
Ladano, m. laudanum
Laddve, adv there, where
Ladrino, m. a pilferer
Ladro, m. a thief, a robber
Ladro, adj. bad, nasty; non

dig

Isspo,

m.

an

hyssop (an herb)

and

its

derivatives)

I'spido, adj. rough, bristled


Ispfgiiere, to efface, put out

Ispressamnte, adv. expressly


Istantaneamente, adv instant-

Istantemente, adv. instantly


Istanza, /. instance, entreaty,
solicitation

Istre, to insist
Istrico, adj. hysterical
Istesso, pro, (see Stsio)
Istigare, to instigate
Istinto, m. instinct
Istria, /. history
Istoriale, adj. historical
Istorialmente, adv. historically
Istoriato, adj. set out tvith

figures, painted
Istericamente, and

tlie

Lco, m. a lake
Lacrima,/, (see Lgrima, and

lusquiamo, m. henbane
Izza,/, anger

Isolano, m. an islander

Isoscele, adj. isosceles

tptinge tv

Iurisperit<

m. a lawyer

lurisdizine, /. Jurisdiction,
authority
lus, m. lam, or right
luspatronato, m. patronage
lusqueslto, m. acquired right

Izzapre,

Ispezine, /. (see Inspezitfne,

Lacerante, adj. tearing


Lacerare, to lacerate,
: to
defame, slander
Lacerato, part, lacerated, di

Isolato, part, surrounded tvith


water, that stands by itself
Is<5po,

m.

catch birds

Laceramnto, m. a laceration

A, art. and pron. her, she ;


donna, the rocimin; la
redo, / see her.
L, adv.
there
andate l, go there ;
l gi, belorv ; qua e l, here
and there; correr qua e l,
io run up and down ; passar
pi l, lo search into
Labarda, /. halberd
Labbile, a. labial
Labbidto, a. labeated
move the
Labbreggire,
to

fu

mai

vista la pi

ladra

--' la

disgracing affair
Ladronia. /. a set of thieves,
gang, (also) mal-adminis'

tration

Ladroncello,

lips, to pray rviih the lips


a lip, brim, edge
Labbrtito, adj. lipped
Laberlnto,
maze, trouble
Lbile, adj. sliding, slippery
Laboratrio, m. laboraicry
Laboriosamente, adv. lobo-

Labbro,

young

Lantro, adv. there, within


Lagna,/, afiagon
Laggi, and Laggiso, adv,
down, yonder
Laghetto, m. a lake

Laboriosit,/, labour, trouble


Laboriso, adj. laborious
Labrace, m. 3 pike (fish)
Labrsca, /. a wild grape

m,

thief

Ladrne, m. a robber
Ladroneggio, m. robbery
Ladronesco, adj. of a rob'

Lagnamnto, m. and Lagnanza,/ complaint


and Lagnarsi, to
grieve, moan, bewail

Lagnare,

Lagnvole, adj. plaintive


LagnosamBte, adv. with com
plaints

Lacca, /. a bank, descent, a Lagnso, adj. plaintive


mente,
leg; lacca di salvaticlna, a Lago, m. a lake, concavity
Istrico, m. an historian
haunch of venison lacca di Lgrima,/ a tear
IstoriStta, /. a little story, a
Lagrimle, m. the corners oj
tale
the eyes from which the tears
Istori5grafo,m. historiographer Lacche, m. a tunning footproceed
Lagrimre, to weep
Istrine, m. a comedian
Lacchtta, /. a racket, leg, Lagrinivole, and Lagrima
Istupidito, part stupified
bile, adj. deplorable
buttock, haunch
tveeping,
Itiiliro, adj. Italian
adj.
Lacchezzfno, and Lacchz2o, Lagrimso,
Iterare, to do over again
m. a dainty, or savoury
woeful
Iteratre, m. he that doe a
Laguna, /. and Lagume, m.
thing
thing over again
Lccia,/. a shad-fish
,noor,fen.bog
Itinerrio, m. itinerary
Lai, m. pi. moans, plattrft
Ittrico, adj. having the yelloro
uscir dal laccio, t gei out
Istorialadii, historically

(tf

trouble

Laicale, adj. secular

LAR
liaicamnte, and Laicalmn
profanely,
adv.
te,
learnedly

Lno, adj. made of wool


Lanso, adj. woolly
Lanterna, / a lantern : mostrar altrui lucciole per lantrne, to make one believe

Lico, adj. secular, ignorant,


silly

Lico, m. a layman
Laidamente, adv. ugly,

basely,

Lampeggiare,

to

shine, blaze,

flash

filthily

Laidzza, and Laidit, f. de- Lampeggio, and Lampo,


flash, blaze, lightning
formity
Lampne, m, raspberry
Lamprda,/, a lamprey,

Laidire, and Laidire, to foul,


soil, dirty
Laidfto, part, btfouled, dir-

Lido,

adj.

ugly,

deformed.

L'altro iri, adv. the other day


'Lama., f.
a blade, a - thin
also)
plate of metal,
a
plain open field ; venire

Lambiccato, part, distilled


Lambicco, m. a still

Lambimnto, m. a lapping
Lambire, to lick, to lap
Lambitlvo, m. an electuary

Lambrusca.
3,

/.

and Lambr-

Lana,/

i.

Lanaiulo, m. a clothier
Lanato, adj. rvoolly
Lnce, /. a balance
Lancetta, /. a lancet, a
lance, (also) the

m,

Lanternio,

lantern-

Lanterniito, adj. thin, lantern-

eel

jawed

rvooljleece

Langine,/, down, wool,

cof-

Lanugindso, adj. downy


woolly

Lai'ilito, adj.

little

gnomon of a Lanzo,

dial, hand of a watch


Lncia,/, a lance, a spear
Lanciare, to hurl, dart, throrv,
shoot, to strike, or mound
with a lance
Lanciata,/ a darting, a blow
with a lance
Lanciato, part, hurled, darted
Lanciattire, m. a lancer
Lncio, m. 2 jump, rousing a deer, starting a

m.

Lande,

a Cei-man
ado.

therefore
La ove, adv. there,

Lapida,

/.

foot-

whereupon,

where

stone, tombstone^

tomb
Lapidare,

to stone, pelt

with

Lapidrio,
idary.
jeweller
Lapidato, part, stoned
Lapidatre, m. a stone, one

hare, unkenneling a fox ;


di primo lncio, at the first

m. mild grapes

that stones

Lancionire, m. a thrower of
a dart, or javelin
Lanciottare, to wound with a
Lamentabilmnte, adv. ladart
Lanciottta, /. a mound nf a
mentably
dart
Lamentnza,^, lamentation
Lamentare, and Lamentarsi, Lancitto, m. a dart, or Ja(also) a lancet
Landa, /. a plain, common
Lamentato, part, lamented
Laraentatdre,
a lamenter
field
Lamentatdrio, adj plaintive
Land, m. a landau
Lamentazine,/, lamentation
Landra, /. a strumpet
Lamentvole, adj. plaintive, Lnfa,/ orange water
lamentable
Languente, adj. faint, feeble.
Lamentevolmente, adv. lamentably
Languidzza, /. faintness,
Lamento, m. complaiitt, groan.
weakness
Lnguido, adj. languishing
Lamentoso, adj. lamentable
Languire, to languish, pine.
Lmia,/, a lamia, (sea dog)
Lamicare, to drizzle
Langure, m. weaktuss, fee-

Lapidazine, /.
lapidation,
stoning to death
Lpide, m. a stone, a tombstone, a precious stone
Lapfdeo, adj. stony, hard
Lapidso, adj. stony, full qf
Lapillre,

to

cut

LapilUto, adj

into

small

into tmall

Lapillo,
m.
stone,
trnall
flint
Lapislzzalo,
Lapislzzari,
Lapislzzi >li, and LapisE-.
zuli, lapts lazuli, a sky-

Lppola,/, burdock, bur


Laqueto, part, piled, board.ardatiira,/. a larding

Lardellare, and Lardare, <>


/ a cuirass, an iron bleness
plate
lard, grease
Lamato, part, mangled, torn
Lmina,/, a plate of metal, a Laniatdre, m. he that mangles, Lardello, m. a lardoon
blade
Lardo, m. lard
tears to pieces
Laminso, adj. made like plates Lanire, m, a lannier, a star- Lardne, m. bacon
Largamente, adv. largely,
of metal
Lara
Lanlfero, adj,
freely, fully
vitch
employed in
.a fairy, a nymph
the woollen business, lani- Largare, to enlarge
Lampa,/, a light
Largato, part, enlarged
Lmpada, and Lmpade, /.
Largheggiare, to give Itavt, tft

Lamiera,

deiU bountifulln

LAV

LAS

milk; latte rapcurdled milk ; vidi latte, a sucking


calf: fratllo di latte, a
brother ;
latte
fatter
di
gallina, the best : la bocca
gli puzza di latte, he is very

Largheggiatre, m. a spetulJ.arghetto,

arf;

Larghzza,
nfjr,

rvide

prsilo,

tlla

abundance, liberty, leave


Largo, adj. broad, wide, large;
farsi far Idrgo, to make one'telfto be retpecled. Al largo,
adv. largely ; parlar largo d'
una cosa, to speak at large

young
lastrico, to

come

to

beggary

Lastricatura,/, a paving

Lastrne, m. a
upon a thing
slab
Largo, m. iargenett, space,

slab,

a marble

Ltbra, /. obscurity, lurking-

latitude

Largo, adv. largely, abundantly;

to

avoid

m.

Lari,

pi.

all diffieulliet

lares,

adj. secret, hiddt


vately

Laterale, adj. side-way


adv. on
household Lateralmente,

Ldrva, /. a ghost, phantom, a

Laterlna,/. a sink,prit'y

Latinamente,

adv.
largeh,
comfortably, like the Latins
Latinit,/, the Latin tongue
Latinizzare, and Latinre, (
speak or write Latin, to play

Larsigna,/. a kind of paste


the pedant
Larsagnio, i. one that makes Latino, m the Latin tongue,
language, speech ; Latino di
Lasagnne, m. a coxcomb, a
blockhead
Lisca,/, a mullet
Lasciamnto, m. a leaving
Lasciare, to leave, to forsake,
to
abandon ; lasciatemelo
vedre, let me see it ; lasciate
stare, let that alone
Lasciato, part, left, abandoned
Ldscio, m. a legacy, mill
Lscito, and Lscio, m. a le-

Lascivamnte, adv. mantonly


Lascivia,/, wantonness
Lasciviente,
adj.
lustful,

grow wanton

Lascivo.
adj.
lascivious ;
parle lasc/ve, obscene words
Lassa, /. a collar for hunting
io

weary,

tire

Lassativo, adj. laxative


Lassato, part, wearied
Lasszza,/, lassitude
Lasso interj. alas
Lasso, adj.
wearied, tired,
fatigued, unhappy, miser.'

able

in.

(speaking

of

scurf

tn

guds

Lastre,

milky

plants)

Lattlme,

extent

Larfce, m. the larch-tree


Larictoo, adj. of the larch-tree
Laringe, m. the larynx, or
throat

Lascivfre, to

Lattegginte, adj. milky


Ltteo, adj. lact'eous, rriuky
Latterulo, m. curdled milk
Latticinio, m. milk food
Latticinso,
and Lattifero,
adj.

andar largo da che che Latente,

si sia.

Largura,/ mildness,

m.

Latte,

[thrift

breadth, wide(also) liberality, bounty,


j'.

Latino,

Latin,

adj.

intelligible

plain,

(also) spacious.

Latino, adv. of Latin


cantavano gli augelli ciascuno
in suo Latino, the birds sang
every one in their way
;

Latitare, to hide one's self


Latittidine, /. latitude, (also)
largeness, breadth
Lato, m. side ; lasciare da Mto,
to leave aside.
lato, and
Allato, adv. by, near
Latre, m. bearer ; latre di

leggi, legislator

Latramnto, m. barking
Latrare, to bark, to cry
Latrato, m. a barking
Latrato, part, barked, bayed
Latratre, m. a barker
Latria./, worship {due only to

Lavagna,/, a

slate

Lavamne,

m.

mash-hand'

stand

Lavamnto, m. a mashing
Lavanda,/, lavender (herb)
Lavandia, and Lavaudra,/.
a washer-woman
Lavare, to wash lavar la testa
ad uno, to speak ill of one
;

lavar la testa all' sino, to


lose one's labour

Lavascodlle, n. a seuUion
Lavativo, m. a clyster
Lavato, part, mashed
Lavatio, m. a laundry

Lavatura,/, a mashing, bathing

Luda./, an hymn, praise


Laudbile, adj. laudable
Laudare, (see Lodare, and

/.

dunghill,

bly
kettle.

privy
Latrocinio, m. theft, robbery
Latrocino, adj. detestable
Latta,/, tinned iron, tin
Lattaiulo, m. young tooth
Latt.-inte, adj. tuck-ing ; nu-

Lass, and Lassuso, ^in poetry J adv. there, above


Listo, m. a load, a last fmtatrice lattante, a wet nurse
Lattare, to give suck
Listra, /. a fiat broad stone ; Lattata,/, orgeat
porre uno in su le lastre, io Lattato, part, suckled
kill one upon the spot
Lattatrice,/. a nurse
ISO

its

derivatives)

Laudato, part, praised


Laudvole, adj. laudable
Laudevolmnte, adv. laudaLavaggio,

God)
Latrina,

eking calf
Lattovre,
Latturio,
and
jatturo, m. an electuary
Lattuga,/, lettuce
Lavacapo, m. a rebuke
Lavacci, m. a blockhead
Lavacro, m. a bath, bagnio,
font

LavSndola,

/.

lavender,

(herb)

Lavoracchiare,

to

work slow-

ly

Lavoracchio, m. clumsy mark


Lavorare, to mark, labour :
lavorar a giornate, to work
by the day ; lavorare di sotto, to

work

Lavorativo,

tinder hand
adj. arable;

gi-

LEG
lavorativo,

Imo

Lavorato, pari,

tilled,

'

work- Lecconeria,

plaugh-

worked
Lavoratre, m. rvorkman, hused,

Lavorerfa, atid Lavorira, /. a


cultivated land
Lavro, and Lavorio, m.

roorfc-

manship
J.anrea,f. crown of laurei
Laureato, adj. laureate pota
;

laureato, poet laureate

Lureo, adJ. of laurei


Laurola, f. spurge-laitrel
Laurto, m. a laurei grove
Lauro, m. laurei

Leccomfa,

/.

Legamnto, m. and Legatura,

Lautamente, adv. gallantly


Laut(5zza, /. gallantry,

arni

gluttony, daintiness
m. a dainty, or Legine, f. a legion
tit-bit, (also) an excitement
Legislativo, adj. legislative
Lecitamente, adv. lawfully
Legislatvlta