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GREEK AND ENGLISH

DICTIONARY,
COMPRISING

AIL THE WORDS IN THE WRITINGS OF THE MOST POPULAR

GREEK AUTHORS;

DIFFICULT INFLECTIONS IN THEM


AN'T) IN TUG

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DESIGNED FOR TIIE USE OF SCHOOLS

ANTi

UNDEP.GRABUATE COURSE OP A COLLEGIATE EDUCATION.

THE
EEV. JOHN GROVES.
WITH CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONAL MATTER,

BY THE AMERICAN EDITOR.

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PREFACE.

The object of the compiler of this work was to offer to the public
a Dictionary, which young Greek scholars could use with ease and
advantage to themselves ; but sufficiently full to be equally serviceable as
*hey advanced ; a Book that would answer for School, for College, and more
particularly, for nent and the Septuagint. It was
not without a conviction of its necessity, founded on experience, that this
work r it will answer the proposed end will be best
known to those who ma! - merits. To explain how that has
>een attempted is tl:>

To is for Greek words is the original principle


on which this Dicti compiled. The surpri with which
very young boj od the Gospels, with the assistance of Parkhurst's
Dictionary. d the commence] unit of this work. They translated
the Gospels with much more facility, than the Latin elementary books they
were reading at the same time ; although this Dictionary, then the only one
which vplanations for the Greek words, afforded by no means
sufficient assistance for beginners. The suo^rior ease with which Greek
could be thus learned, even under this disadvantage, suggested the thought
loving this difficult; publication of a Dictionary, which to
English significations, — would add the several assistances that this now
offers.

In the arrangement of the words, the alphabetical method has been adopt-
ed as best suited to the capacity and diligence of the young learner. In this
respect and in some others, this Dictionary resembles the Greek and Latin
Lexicon of Schrevelius, for a long time used in schools. The outline of the
plan of each is very similar ; but this differs from Schrevelius in many parti-

culars, some of which it is hoped will appear to be improvements.


Immediately after each word is placed its form of declension or conjuga-
tion, together with any peculiarity attending it ; such as the Attic genitive
of contracted nouns, the future, or perfect of any dialect peculiar to certain
verbs, &c.
Next is placed the derivation or composition of the word. Particular
attention has been paid to this part of the work. In most Lexicons the
bare theme is usually set at the end of the word, without any attempt to
show how it forms a part of the word to which it is thus attached ; and
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often without any signification in Latin or English. The incapacity or in-
dolence of the great majority of school-boys, is thus left without any thing to
excite the one or assist the other ; while industry and attention are damped
and discouraged. Here, the composition or derivation, generally followed
by the original theme, is set before the English signification, so as to catch
the eye. The English of these words is always given, so that the connexion
between them and the present word may be perceived, and a judgment formed
how the one is deduced from the other. Where a word is compounded
with an adverb, preposition, or other particle, an attempt has always been
made to give the meaning of that part, or to show the effect it has in alter-

ing the signification of the word to which it is prefixed. This has often
been difficult, and sometimes has remained unsatisfactory ; because the
word often takes several significations, from the different shades of expression
given by the various powers of the particle. In a few obvious instances this
effect has been noticed ; but generally all farther explanations have been
avoided, experience having convinced the compiler that young learners do
not attend to them : and scholars will require much more than can be given
in a work that beginners can use with ease and advantage.
The English significations of the Greek word follow next. These have
been selected from a careful comparison of the Latin of Stephens' Thesau-
rus, Scapula, Damm, Schleusner, and in many instances, other Lexicons
have been consulted with advantage. Some few very unusual significations,
occurring only in authors likely to be read by very advanced scholars, have
jeen omitted. In this part two or three synonyms have been given for each
signification ; and the most usual or vernacular expressions have been intro-

duced, that thus the Greek sentence may fall into familiar English. Several
also of the Indexes or Vocabularies annexed to new editions of school books,
have been looked into; so that, it is hoped, that the significations thus
selected, will be found correct ; and that the latter, having been chosen for

these particular authors, will catch the attention of the young scholar, while
engaged in translating their writings, as being well adapted to his imme-
diate reading.
After the significations are subjoined, any irregularities or varieties arising
from dialect, &,c. and some of the more difficult inflections of each word are
added.
Such is a sketch of the mode of arrangement pursued. It may be proper
to mention, by what additions this Dictionary hopes to claim the student's
attention.
A considerable number of new words have been introduced. These
consis* of words occurring in the authors usually read, and in the Septua-

gint, which are not to be found in Schrevelius. They are also taken from

the Greek tragedies now generally read at schools, from elementary books
latterly introduced, and from Mr. Walker's new selection of Lucian's Dia-
logues So that this Dictionary will be found to answer for the study
/

PREFACE.
of those introductory works alluded to ; for the New Testament, and the
Greek translation of the Old ; for Homer ; for most of Lucian's Dialogues
and his for the works of Xenophon for some of the orators ;

and Greek tragedians comprising a copious school course, and a larjie


;

portion of the Greek authors read in our Universities. A book of this


kind, applicable to so many authors, must be generally useful, though it
cannot aspire to the name of a universal Greek Dictionary. An attempt
to do so would extend it far beyond the limits of a companion for the school

boy, or the College student ; especially when the following addition is taken
into consideration.
All the inflected parts of words which are in Schrevelius are to be found
in this Dictionary, with many others. These consist of oblique cases of
nouns, pronouns, and participles ; of persons, tenses, moods, &c. of verbs,
and comprise all the difficult variations occurring in Homer, and those
other Greek books just mentioned. When it is considered that there are
instances of oblique cases, which retain but small resemblance to their nomi-
natives, and that in verbs, even those perfectly regular, there are parts unlike
their themes, both at the beginning, and in the middle, as well as in their
terminations, this must be acknowledged to be not only a useful, but even a
necessary part of a Greek Dictionary. And when the numerous varieties
and irregularities of words in most common use are taken into account, this
part of the work will appear almost indispensable. There is no English
attached to these parts and inflections, but a reference is given to the theme,
where all the significations will be found. This part of the work has been
particularly attended to, where it respects the New Testament ; for every
variation of case, gender, and number, and of mood, tense, person, &c.
occurring in that book, is inserted in this Dictionary ; except the forms of
the simple parisyllabic declensions. These were considered too obvious to
any one that had read the Greek Grammar, to require a place here but there ;

is a notification of this omission placed at the head of the list of abbreviations,


with a rule of direction when any of these inflections occur. So consider-
able an addition of words without any signification, was made from a con-
sideration, that, as the Gospels are very frequently used as an elementary
book in Greek, beginners would require more of that kind of assistance than
others. There was also another motive. There are many persons, who,
long aftet they have ceased to study languages, and have embarked in the
active pursuits of life, feel, at their leisure hours, an inclination to renew the

studies of their youth ; and a more intimate acquaintance with the Bible
is a favourite object with persons of this turn. A mind of this cast, thai

retains any recollection of the Greek Grammar, will, with the assistance of
this Dictionary, be able to recall all it has learned, with considerable add!
tions. By the use of it, every diificul y that occurs in the New Testament,
and in those books already mentioned, will be smoothed ; the student being
made acquainted with the nature of any inflected word, which iong disuse
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may have rendered him unable to analyse; while sufficient exercise remains
for the understanding, in being left to select an appropriate signification

from among the English given for the theme referred to. Thus, this Book
will be particularly useful to those who may wish to revive their knowledge
of Greek ; and especially of the New Testament. Should leisure enable or
inclination dispose them to extend their reading to the Greek of the Sep-
tuagint translation of the Old Testament, they will further find in this
Dictionary all the words occurring in that book. None of the inflections of
these words are directly inserted, except a few peculiar terminations, which
seem to be provincialisms, used by the Alexandrian Greeks, who are sup-
posed to have made parts of that translation ; but many of these inflections
may be found the same as in other books. These were omitted, because to
insert all that may be met with were an endless task it was unnecessary ;

to do so, because the books of the Septuagint are not used as an elementary
study ; and because the previous reading of the New Testament will give

sufficient practice of grammatical analysis to enable the student to trace the


inflections in the Septuagint. Thus this Dictionary will answer for the
t tudy of the entire Bible, of the New Testament in its original language, and
of the Old in a language into which it was translated by persons who cannot
be suspected of having been biassed by any of the schisms that have divided
the Church of Christ.
These additions have extended this work a little beyond the size of Schre-
velius, while nothing useful or material has been omitted. There are indeed
no references given or authorities cited, experience having shown the com-
piler that young students pay no attention to many of those assistances
which more advanced scholars look for in Die* •
laries ; while these receive
very little benefit from that scanty portion of references or quotations which
can be given in a book adapted to the use of schools. Accordingly, after
very mature consideration, every thing has been retrenched that did not co-
incide with the young scholar's capacity ; and the room thus made has been
filled up with what more usually catches his attention. He has here given
to him what he will notice at present, instead of what he may look for at
a more advanced period of his studies. He has laid before him what will
be immediately useful, for what might be serviceable hereafter. Very few
phrases are given, and that only when an indeclinable part of speech, joined
with another word, may be construed briefly by an adverbial expression.
All this plan could not be put in practice at first, for the propriety of some
parts of it occurred only during the progress of the work ; but it has been
very strictly adhered to in the course of two rigid revisals that the work
received before it went to the press.
Satisfaction respecting the execution of this work will be best had by in-

specting a few pages, opened indifferently in several parts of the book. There
ilwill be observed that the accents have been retained. The use of them
whether as a means of acquiring the ancient pronunciation, or of establishing
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a fixed one, is very questionable ; because tb^ tone, emphasis, or other in-

flection of voice implied by any mark, can hardly be conveyed by words.


Such modulations of the voice must be lost with the persons who used them.
The best method perhaps of fixing the pronunciation of the ancient Greek
would be to adopt that of their modern descendants. These still understand
the oldest books in that language more readily than Englishmen can read
Chaucer's works, or Wickliffe's translation of the Bible. Whatever marks
they use might be adopted, because the intonations of the voice implied by
them can be learned by oral instruction from this people. To say that the
ancient accents may serve a secondary purpose, and be useful as distinctive
marks of words otherwise similar, is but to make a stupid apology for the
indolence that will net endeavour to discover the signification of a word from
the tenor of the sentence, and the spirit of the context. However, that the
absence of such assistance may not be alleged as a defect in this work, they
are inserted according to the rules for their use generally followed.
The spiritus lenis, which only serves to mark the absence of the asper, has
been omitted, because ft expresses nothing ; and creates confusion to be-
ginners.
The Apostrophe, Dialysis, and / subscribed have been particularly attend
ed to; and the quantity of the doubtful vowels has been marked.
The type is clear and distinct, having been cast for the work: and the
paper is better than what is generally used for such books.
Under all these circumstances, the utility of this Greek and English Dic-
tionary is anxiously anticipated, as likely to be serviceable to the young
scholar and college student, in the acquisition of a language remarkable for
the extent of its use in ancient times, and for the extraordinary length of time,
that beyond all other languages it has existed, with some alterations, as a
vernacular tongue ; to the retired gentleman, who can find pleasure in recur-

ring to those early studies which are now considered as an indispensable


part of liberal education, and an ornament to the higher ranks of society ;

and to the thoughtful Christian, who may wish to imbibe the precepts of the
Gospel from their purest source.
NOTICE CONCERNING WORDS FROM THE NEW TESTAMENT
Every inflection of case, gender, or number of nouns, pronouns, or participles occurring
in the New Testament, has been inserted in this Dictionary ; except the forms of the
simple parisyllabic declensions. Therefore, if any such word is not to be found, its nomi-
native case ends in -, -, -as, -, -os, or -ov, and must be looked for accordingly.
Also every variation of mood, tense, person, &c. of verbs in the New Testament, may

.
be found here.

,,
Along with these may be found many other inflections from classical authors.

,,.
These inflections are not always put directly in column ; but several cases are sometime*
inserted under one, as may be observed in
In like manner, tenses, &c. of verbs that resemble each other, are frequently put to-
gether. Such words are always separated by a —
, and each begins with a capital letter

as may be seen in

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS.
PARTS OF THE VERB.
act. active mid. middle pass, passive

md. indicative opt. opative inf. infinitive


impr. imperative sub. subjunctive par. participle

pres. present 2 f. second future per. or p. perfect


nnpf. imperfect 1 a. first aorist pper. pluperfect
1 f. or f. first future 2 a. second aorist ppfut. paulo post future

1 sin. first person singular 1 du. first person dual 1 pi. first person plural

PARTS OF THE NOUN.

mas. masculine fem. feminine neut. neuter

sin. singular du. dual pi. plural

n. nominative g. genitive d. dative


a. accusative v. vocative
sup. superlative
comp. comparative

iEol. ^flEolic Anadipl. Anadiplosis col. collective


Att. Attic Apoc. Apocope cont. contracted
Bceot. Bceotic Apos. Apostrophe cop. copulative
Dor. Doric Aphrer. Aphaeresis dim. diminutive
Heb. indecl. Hebrew indeclinable Cras. Crasis enclit. enclitic
Ion. Ionic Dial. Dialysis impers. impersonal
Lat. Latin Ectas. Ectasis irreg. irregular
LXX. the Septuagint Epen. Epenthesis intens. intensive
Poet. Poetic Metapl. Metaplasmus neg. negative
Syrac. Syracusan Parag. Paragoge obs. obsolete
Pleon. Pleonasmus priv. privative
Prosth. Prosthesis redund. redundant
Syn. Syndesis
Sync. Syncope
Sys. Systole

asp. aspirate compos, composition Adj. adjective


fr. from redupb reduplication Adv. adverb
th.theme Prep, preposition
wh. which Subs, substantive
! )

GREER AND ENGLISH


DICTIONARY.

AAZ ABA ABA


A the
called
mark
of the Greek letters
first

it
As a numeral
alpha.
with a
signifies one, or
, , . . ,,
,
draw the
rise in

,
breath ; to exhale, steam,
vapours.
for 1 a. pass, of
Antichrist,
tion y perdition.
-,
Abaddon, deUrue•

a intens. and

, ,
f. (fr.
same as

,
dot underneath, a, one thou-

,
to talk) to extol, praise;
-, an instrument used

,
sand. In composition it is 1st, become Jamous.

,
>/, to
privative, or negative, as, bpa- in bird-catching. -, -,
,, , , (
, visible, invisible -,
b, , (fr. a neg. and and
d
b, h, (of a
depth) without t
,) ,
;

2d, intensive, as, to touch, or


to to shallow,

,, ,,
stare, from to strain 3d, hurt) that may not be touched, (Dor. for nom. pi. of

,
;

collective, as, all, all consecrated, dedicated ; strong, used adjectively it signifies

-
together ; 4th, redundant, or invincible, invulnerable ; that can

,
tender, delicate.
,
or

,, , ,
superfluous, as,
an ear of corn ;

tion it takes
vowel, as,
or

weak. In composi-
after it beioise a
sinless.
attack, or subdue others, victori-
ous.
Heb. indecl. The brother
of Moses, the first high priest of

, , ,
the Jews.

,
which see.

,,-
stilly.
fr.

(fr.
a intens. and

next) quietly, calmly,

-, b, , (fr. a neg.
from a neg. and
sin.
A, Dor. for , as,
A, Dor. for >), the article. Also
£ Dor. for jj, adv. whither.
A, Dor. for in g. ,
pi.
simple nouns, sometimes with-
of
to

for . for

,
, , ,. ,
pass, of

,
or
, ,
-,
;

;
-, 1
and
1 a. ind.
and
Poet, for

to hurt, th.
a. ind. act.

mid. Poet, for

1 a.
Poet,

ind.
and
still, quiet, calm.

1 a. ind. act.

-,
to be silent,
f.
to

f.

-/,
speak) mute, dumb;

Ion. for

-,
of
p.
(fr.a/JaK^jjSi'ent)
dumb ; to
3 pL

h e ignoranl
out an accent,

.
and some-

, ,
which see.
, of, not to knoiu.
-, ,

, , , ,,
times circumflexed. Also in 3 pi. pres. ind. act. fr. (dim. of a
-, b, (fr.
.
other cases as,

A, neut.
', ov.
In verbs, as,

pi.
forllo-

of ',
for

5), o, or of, 2<r,


the

(fr.
warmth of the

a neg. and
to breathe)
breath, breath-
ing ; exhalation, vapour, steam.
and
for
-, b, ,
table) a small table, propeiiyone
divided into lines or squares for
the purpose of calculation; a
draft, or chequer-board.
-,
b, (fr. last) a small

, adv. of admiring, complain-


ing,• wishing pitying ; oh ! ah
,
to

,
restrain) not to be endured,
intolerable ; grievous, vexatious.
square, or other shaped piece, of
winch the pavements called tes-

,- , ,. ,
alas ! "a, u, of laughing ; ha,

, . 3 sin. of pres. mid. selated, or mosaic, were co"vp(x*td;

-,
b
ha.

,
for
by a poetic pleonasm.
-, b,
being repeated

{],
(fr. a neg.
, ,, ,
or pass, of

b, fj, (fr.
But,
3 sin. pres. ind. mid. of
-, or
hurt, with a intens.) destructive,
to
a die.
adv. of wishing: Ohtliui!
would it were !
and Heb-

,
and to break) not to be bro- injurious, ruinous, pernicious ; the high place ; where the hea-

,,, .
ken, firm, strong.
3 2
greedy, insatiable ; ( with neg.
innocent, harmless that neither
thens and idolatrous Jews used
to sacrifice.
',
, .- , ,
for sin. a. ind. act. ;

<?,
of

formed
Dor.
f.

breathing)
or

-,
from
for

to
p.
the
breathe,
sound
(a word
of
pant,
receives,

,, f.
nor inflicts hurt.
to delude,
mislead, infatuate, bewilder. 1 a.
ind. pass, and
Heb. indecl. an epithet of
. deceive,
,
of a man.
-,
a. gin.

a bench, table, board,

Hsedfor calculation,
b,
or side-board ; a table, or board
the

chess, Sic.
name

)
,,, ABI
-, , , neg.

,
hved , *,
,^ .,
or
ABP
neg. and , a
ABP
Ion. for &

,
(fr. : (fr.

,,
and to dip) not to be bow) unarmed. pi. 1 a. ind. act. of last.

,,sunk, drowned, or overwhelm-


ed; floating, buoyant; unbaptiz-
ed.
a neg. and
-ov, b, fj,
dye) not dyed,
to dip, or
fr.

, -,
Heb. indecl. Abiud,
man's name.

without ,
-ov, b,
to
life,
live,
,
th.
lifeless,
(fr.

,
a neg. and

inanimate;
life)
a
act. of
Ion. for

-,
(fr.
b, , same as
3 sin. imp

delicate) tt

, colourless, untainted; untemper-


.8\,
,, , ,
short-lived ; grievous, sorrowful.
and
indulge in delicacies, to pamper

-,
ed, blunt. one's self, to live delicately.

, -, rb,
-,
?,

kpaprj, a. sin. r.a?
a kind of cake.
cont.
i>, >h (""•
of.
"eg.
not
cently

neg. and
(fr.

-,
next) harmlessly, inno-
safely, securely.
-«Cf, S, h, (fr. cess
f. -,
to nap)
nap, or slumber
of food, to
(fr.

to sleep
a intens. and
from ex-

,,
and weight) tight, hurt, th. after meals; or (fr. a neg. and

, ,
heavy ; trifling, volatile; easy to

,
be endured; not burdevaome, not
, to hurt) harmless, inoffensive,
innocent; safe, unhurt, unin-
jured.
same) toivake, be watchful, vigi-
lant, or active.

, -, -,

,
,. -, ,
cliargeable. b, , (fr. a neg.

,
Abas, a man's name.
',
-ov, b, , (fr. neg. and and to weigh heavy) light

.
, . ,,
Dor. for g. sin. of to hurt) unhurt, not to not heavy.
be hurt, secure; harmless, inno- 1 a. inf. act. of
-, b, , {fr.

,
1 a. inf. act. of cent. ten-

and

,
,, ,,,
-, b,

tried, not proved, or explored;


not examined by torture.
(fr. last) without trial,
,
a touchstone) un-
(fr. neg. -,
or shot; new,
pointed, sharp.
-ov, b,
b, ,

,
(fr.
to throw) not yet thrown,
fresh,

(fr.
a neg. and

,- ,
,
unused;

same) not
,
der,
walks
moving

cate,
and
softly,

and
stately.
-, ., ,
,
to
stepping

life)
walk) one wlva

(fr.

-, b, , (fr.same and
and
lightly,

deli-

,
or examination, unadvisedly. hit, or struck; unhurt, safe.
--,

,,
and
-ov, b, (fr. a neg.

a king) without a
king, ruler, or chief; indepen-
dent, free ; unlike a king.
(fr. last) without a
,

firm.

,
signify
-a, -bv, '(fr.

It is used by Pindar to
b,

weak) weak, feeble, in-

strong, where the a must


,
redun. and

, ,
luxurious,
rich.

and
diet) delicate
voluptuous;

-ov, b,
noise, th.
, (fr.
inmanncrs,
affluent,

a intens
to
king; unlike a king.
-ov, b, »/, (fr. neg. and
to go) pathless,untrodden,
be considered as neg.

, -,
pres. impr. act. cont. of
to sacrifice, offer.

,,
, roar) making a laud noise, loud,
noisy, roaring, clamorous.
-a, -bv, soft, delicate, tender,

,
unfrequented; impassible, inac- Poet, and Dor. for dainty, choice; mild, gentle,

,. ,
cessible, lofty, steep; not to be (which fr. a neg. and din) morous, effeminate; affluent, rich
trodden, or entered, holy; lone- without war; quietly, tranquil- fair, splendid, beautiful.

, ly, solitary ;
accursed.
-,
deserted, desolate ;

,,
ly.
-, , (fr. a neg. and to go astray in
-,(\ night)
the dark; to wan-

,
make

, . ,,
last) to to assist) want of der, rove, to ramble; mis-

.
f. (fr. aid, to err,

.
,, ,
desolate, lay waste.

,
,
Syriac, indecl. father.
see
for or
3 sin. 2 a. ind. act. of
'
helplessness.

, - , .-
,
-ov, b, (fr. same) des-
,
titute, helpless ; deadly, incurable.

- -ov, b,
help, irremediable, incurable.
-,
, (fr. same) past
take, sin.

meet by night.

,
-, f.

inf.

-, , fr. a neg. and


-,
1
(fr.
a.
same)
ind.
to
act.

,
or to meet, encounter. mortal) an epithet of night,
-

, b, , (fr. neg. and Ion. 3 pi. 1 in which mortals do not appear,


firm) unstable, weak; a. ind. act. of last. night.

,
,
inconstant, flckle, wavering, ca-
pricious.
-,
weakness ;fickleness,inconstancy,
caprice.
b, Heb.
", (fr. last)

a
,
,
,,,,
flrst teeth,
mouth; young.

,
a neg. and
-ov, b,

(fr.
(fr.

to cast) that has not cast his


not lost the

neg. and
mark of
, -,-, ,
softness,
luxury, indulgence.

ernwood.
-ov,
a, (fr.
tenderness,

,
the herb south-
delicate)
delicacy

,
indecl. Abel, counsel) unadvisedly, rashly,
man's name. hastily, imprudently, inconside- -,
, (fr. a neg. and

,
b,

-a, -ov, (fr. a neg. and


/?f^rcpoi,better)siwpi(i,si%,(iuW,
foolish; a blockhead.
,
rately.

, -, ,
ness, folly, imprudence.
(fr. same) rash-
mortal) immortal, that
never dies, perpetual, never end-
ing; divine, ambrosial, balmy.

,
,
,,
dity,
-, ,
dulncss,
talent; folly, infatuation.
Heb. indecl. Abia, a man's
name.
Heb. indecl. Abiathar, a
man's name.
(fr. last)
want of
stupi-
sense, or

, . , -, b, , (fr. same) wnad-


vised, thoughtless,

,
imprudent, hasty, rash; unfore-

, , ,,
seen, unexpected.

see
sup. of

Ion. for g. of
inconsiderate, for
delicate,
-a, b, Dor. and JE61.

andthe hair)
ivho is exact about his hair; or
who has fine
feminate.
hair;

-,
delicate, ef-

t), (fr. next) drought,


-, b, (fr.

,,
-, b, (fr. a neg. and
unlearned.
a book) without books,
,, , or
-,
b, (fr. a neg.and
an ox) having no cattle, poor.
, (fern, of-, ,
thirst.

,,
-, b, %
to moisten) dry, not wet,
(fr. a neg. and

, -, , Abileni, tlic name

,
tender) Habra, or Abra,

,,
without rain; thirsty.
-, ,

,
of a country. a woman's name ; a maid of or delay,

, -ov,
a livelihood;
, ,
or
(fr. a neg. and
. honour, handmaid, servant.
Heb. indecl. Abraham, a
procrastination ; stop, hindrance.
f. -,
(fr. apb,e\\cv^.z^)

,,
strength) poor, indigent, neces- man's name. to adorn, dress, deck out, decorate.
needy; simple, innocent -, Abradates, a Mid. indulge one1»

,
sitous, b,
harmless ; weak, feeble : or (fr
a intens. and same)
•'.•.' ; strong, hardy, violent; long-
rich, weal
man's name.
-, and
redund. and which see.
fr. a ,-,,,-,^
self,

, (fr.
display, boast, vaunt, exult.

neg. and to cat)


(2)
— —— — — ; . —

,
,,
-, —
mruuh-n, not devoured, or cor- to do good, serve, to he of use tc,

-,
, .^
sub. mid. . pi.

,
roded, sound, tluit has not eaten, to assist ; to act rightly. I mas. cont. par. pres. mid. of
hungry; also, unfit to be eaten, -, , (fir. same) well- f. -,
idle, dot n g, dm n g good, acting rightly (th. to adorn) 1 a. ind.
-, -, -'
,
kfiooqvoft b, (fr. next) one of benefit, service. mid,
Abydos; treacherous, perfidious, -, b, , (fr. same) pass. and,
like them.

-,
well-doer, one who acts rigidly ; very much,
(fr.

-, ,
-, b, Abydos, the name a bene and to leap) to leap for

',,
of a city.

,-, —
2 pi. pres. ind. or joy, show delight by gestures, ex-
'-, ,
Ion. for
abyss, a deep; the receptacle of
thedead ; the bottomless pit, hell
an abyss of waters.
(fr. intens.
depth) an

Adj. 60/-
and

,
impr.
act.
sub.

—,
fern.

, . ^, ,
act.

,
act. —
2

a.
pi.

pi.
.
1 a.
cont. pres.

pi.
.
mas.
mas. cont.
inf.

pi.
ult, rejoice, triumph ; to adorn,
bedeck.

dian wood.
-ov,

-, p.
, an odorous
toadorn,
In-

,,
f.

\, ,
tomless, unmeasurable, vast.
for pres. irnpr. act. of
par. pres. act. of
-, ,
(neut. of next) a
decorate, embellish; to sacrifice,
consecrate, dedicate

-,
;
come, lead on. good, perfection; bounty, bless to glory, exult, triumph.

, , Poet. Pleonasm, for ing; wealth, property, good».

,
, -, , (fr. last) en

,
, .
,, , ,
pres. inf. mid.
same
pres. ind. or impr. of

,,,
Agabus.
for

-, b, a man's name, Lat.


Ion. for
2

Att. for
pi.
-, -, (fr. a intens. and
or fr.
to rejoice
to admire) admirable, for what-
ever may be the present subject,
excellent, surpassing ; good, pure,
correct in conduct ; bountiful,
;

,
, dow.

a
icnt, a decoration, finery ;
a delight, gratification ; an offer-
ing, statue, image; a form, sha-

little
-, ,
(dim. of last)
image, statue, or figure.
-,

,
2

, - , - -, ,
part. a. act. kind, benevolent, merciful; pro- b, (fr.

,Dor.
2 a.
for
for
inf.

,, \ , - ',, . -
,2
act.
2
-, -, Att. for
a.
Att. ror

inf. mid.
Att.
fitable, useful;
ivc; brave, courageous; skilful
ingenious , clever, active.
, -, ,
the good, the virtuous.
fertile, product an image, and
statuary, carver.

wonder)
f.

to admire,
(th.
to makej

wonder,
3

to

.
a. opt. act. and (fr. last) good- praise, respect; to prize, esteem;

, ,, ,
, ,
.
^
,
,
2
-,
a.
-,
ind. act.
by Apos. before an aspirate,
Att.
Att. and Icn.

for
for

for
.
ness,
nevolence
good conduct; bounty,
J courage; skill.

by Cras.
-, ,
-,
for
Ion. for
be- to envy
pass,
;

-, b,
1 a. ind. mid.

(fr. neg. and


>'],

wedlock) unmarried, sin-

, ,
a. v. du. par. 2 a. act. by Cras. for gle.

-
b,

,. , ,
-, -, Att. for 2 much, very, too much, is-

, ,,
,
a. sub. act.

. -,
&c.
and
-ov,
par. 2 a. act. of
-,
&c. Att. for
to
-,
do good to others
-,
f. -, and
(fr.

;
to act
good)
well
ceedingly.

(fr.
-, f. -,
very much, and
p.

,
(fr. or mvself to be glad, to be oppressed) to

,
f. ; to rejoice.
-,

, , .
to wonder)
angry, to be -iv, (par. a. grieve, or fret through anger; to

,
1
break out, exceed ; to envy, pass, of last) glad, rejoiced. be moved, or filled with indigna-
grudge ; to admire, wonder, same) tion, or resentment, resent, be in-

,
(fr. well, rightly.

,
gaze ; to venerate, look up to. -, , (fr. same) good- dignant, to stomach, take ill. pros,
-, ,
, , '.
good, (fr. ness. inf. act. cont.
and rule) the rule, or do- -,-, sup. of -, Att. -, , (fr.

, , , --, -
-,
minion of goodness, good govern- -', (fr. to break) last) resentment, indignation.
-,

, ,
ment. breaches ; a shore, or strand ; and b, , (fr. same)
-, -, (fr. last) rul- wounds. indignant, incensed, angry.
ing well, governing justly, wise. 3 sin. pres. ind. act. of -,
, and Ion. -, b,ij, -,
-,-.-, mas.

.
(fr. to admire) to in pi. cont.

,
(fr. very, and God)
divine; excellent, superior; no-
ble, illustrious.

-, , (fr. , good) ,
be

,' ,
angry
or spite, to envy
der.
; to entertain
; to

same)
a grudge,
admire, won-

elegant,
,
par. pres. act. of same.

Ion. for
b,

d. pi. Icn.
same as ,
d. pi.

&,
-a, -ov, (fr.
a

, ,-^,,
ball, or clew of yarn, or of last.

, ,
neat, fine, gay; envious, enviable.

, -, b, , [it.
thread. very (fr. ayavmuch,
-, -, -, and celebrated, th. and snow, th. to

. - ,, ,
f. p.

, ,
, ,
(fr. good, and work) to celebrate) and, snow) snowy, covered with

, -, -,
to do good, benefit, serve ; to b, , (fr. same snow.
do well, act rightly ; to do works and fame, th. to ce- -, -, (fr. a intens. ar.d
of charity, and mercy, pres. inf. lebrate) and, joy) mild, gentle,
act. cont. -, b, (fr. same, and soothing ; affable, agreeable .•

,
f),

, ,
-, and Ion. pleasing, desirable, dat. pi. aya-
, -, h, ("*•
bounty, active kindness; an ex-
same) beneficence,
famed,
celebrated, cried up, extolled, fc
th. to hear)
vo^ci
-, very, and
,2£\.
mous, renowned, eminent. -ov, fr.

,
ploit, feat. severe) cruel, severe, aus-

.
for

,
and cont. fern. a. sin. of '

Poet, tere, morose, inexorMc, hard


-, , (fr. same) or

,, ,
hearted ; or (fr.

,, - ,
b, beneficent, for (th.
benevolent, a benefactor ; a sena- to budd) well built. , to break) broken, mapped ;
-,
,

tor of Sparta.
-, , and, brittle.
-,
-, -, ,

%
b, and Att. (fr b, fj, (fr•

Xfli, -, -,
b, (fr. much, to exult) transport, ex- mild, the mind) mild,
and
and fame) Agathocles, a ultation, leaping for joy, ecstasy, gentle, tender,humane.

, man's name.
-,
good, and
f. -, -, p.
to do)
(fr.
delight.

mid.
2 pi.

(31)
cont. pres. impr
1 pi. cont. pres, humanity.
-, fi, (fr. same)
mildness, gentleness, clemency
,,,.. ,
^., Dor.
Heb. indecl. cup».
for
much
ing.
or violently

,
; loud roar-,
,
-ov, b, (fr. last,
to carry) the deliverer oj
and

,
, , —
see
3 and 2 sin. cont.
-, -bv, (fr.
mire) that may, or ought to be
to

,
ad- an oracular answer; a nuncio
or envoy.

. ,
ind. act. 2 pi. cont. admired, wonderful; desirable, -, -bv, (fr.

,
,, ,
, ,
,
ind. or impr. act. 3 enviable. messenger) of a message or mes-

-
sin. cont. impr. act.
ores. inf. act. cont. of
-,womb)
the
b, (fr.

an uterine
a coll. and senger ; angelical.

, -o,b,^LT^dAis,

,.
\,
of
. ,
,,
pies. impr. act.
Dor.
pres. ind. act. of
for

Poet, for
Dor. for
3

.
pi.

pi.
brother,
mother.
a brother by the same

Aa'\'i,-6,,Agasyllis,ln^
which yields the gum ammonia.
-, , and Dor.
(fern, of i^xt) Agave, a woman's
, act. Att. for
impr. act. of

delivera
, (fr.

f. -,
same) a messenger.
g. pi.

p.
message, threat, or
par. pres.
pres.

to

-, f. -,
p.
to be strictly united in affection,
to love, cherish, prefer, delight in,
name.
Aavb,-, -bv, (fr.ayau>,to admire)
admirable, fine, splendid; fa-

,.....
warning;
clare
news.
; to publish,
1 a. act.
to denounce, tell, de-
reveal ; to bring
p. pass.

.,
covet ; to entertain, welcome, treat mous, renowned, celebrated, 1 a. pass,
kindly; to be content, to agree, ac- proud, haughty. part, p. mid.
Aavpb, -,
,.
quiesce, pres. impr. act. -a, -bv, (fr. a intens. and
,, rb, (fr. last) a

, ',
-a• inf. par.l a. act.aya- \\aughty)haughty, proud, message, news ; a command.
par.per.pass. arrogant; daring, presumptuous; -ov, b, (fr. same) a mes-

ship,
-, ,

, ,
affection,
love-feasts, feasts

, , ,
pass, of same. ', .
(fr.

-n,
last) love,friend-
charity.

-,
of charity.
1

f.
plu.

ind.
vehement, outrageous, furious,
fierce; luxuriant, blooming.

, -ov, b, , (Poet. fr.


very much, and
to resound) loud, noisy.
senger ; envoy, legate, ambassa-
dor; agent; a messenger from
heaven, an ungel.

- -,,
d. pi of
Ion. forayy£<Ov.

, , ,,
-ov,
, -, rb,
thing loved, a delight, favourite,
(fr. same)
mire,
-, f. -,
p.
wonder ; to be lost in
to ad-
cask, pitcher, a basket,
rb, a vessel, tub,
&c.
darling. amazement; to gape with asto Aovpov,orovpov,acucmber

,
-, , nishment ; to envy, resent; ,

,
b, (fr. to Ayyf (fr. next) to irritate, pro-
te love, anda man) fond of stand aghast. joke to grieve, or pain.

,,
;
men : also, manly, high spirited, -, ,

- , ,- ,
(fr. a ,
grief, pain, irritation.

\. ,
brave. Also, Agapenor, a man's Persian post boy) stations, re- -ov,b, (fr. last) one that

,.. ,
name. lays, or stages of the post in an provokes, or irritates.
--
, . g. dent Persia. 2 sin. and by Apos.
,

,
d. sin. par, 1 a. act. and Ion. before an aspirate, for 2
2 impr. act. same) the Persian post pi. impr. act. of lead, con-

,
pi. I a. rb, (fr.

,
,
of

, ,
-,
,,,,
2
-, -,
pi. 1 a.

Att.
1

-:, ,
sub. act.
f. ind. act.

same
any post, despatch, or mail.
3 pi. pres. ind.
-,
-,
-i(,lf.ind.act.of
next)
act.
duct, bring, take.
verbially, come,
now, let us see.
Dor. for
Or, used ad-

,
come on

3 sin. 2
; come

a. act.

,
f. (fr. to
as press for public service ; to com- of ay .

,, ,, - ,
3

,
-, -bv, (fr. to pel another to go somewhere, or 3 sin. pi. pres.

,
love) beloved, well beloved, dear. to carry some burden ; to engage ind. act. pres. inf. act.

, ,, . ,,,, -
(fr. last) willingly, with as a courier, act as a carrier. — pres. inf. pass.
good will, readily. -, b, the bearer of the 2 pi. pres. ind. or impr.
1 sin. cont. pres. ind. or royal despatches among the an• mid. of same.
sub. act. nom. cient Persians; a.post boy, mes- g. pi. par. pres. Att.
a. pi. g. pi. senger, courier. for 3 pi. pres. impr.
cont. par. pres. act. -, f. -, (fr. last, act. of
-,
,
, ,
,
.
,
pres. ind. or sub. cont. pass.

, , .
1 pi.

-,
'.
,.
pres. or sub. act. of same.

.
-, Att. for
-,
3 pi. cont.
and to carry) to carry des-
patches, or messages.
,,.
-, ,
of v. pi.
( dim. of next) any
borrow ;
to
f.

to collect,
to
p.

summon,
assemble, come together, meet.
Att.
gather up, beg,
raise, levy ;

,
pres. opt. act. cont. of lesser kind of vessel, a cup, gill. 1 a. 3 pi. Ion. lor

,
,of

, .
fern. par. pres. pass,
understood, a
-ov, (fr. aves•
scl) any small vessel, a ewer, ba- per. pass,
inf.
1 a.

, ,,
man's name.

. , ,. ,
mistress, a sweetheart.

,
Heb. indecl. Agar,

,
a wo-

->, rb, agaric ; a fungus


arid
- -,
sin ; a tub, cask, cistern.
b, , (fr. same,
likeness) formed, or
used as a vessel ; sloped, like an
1 f.

-,
wrongful, injurious.
Dor.
b,
per. mid.
a wrong-doer;

3 sin. imp.

, , ,
, ,, ,,
growing on trees, and used in
medicine and dying.
-, -ov, , , (fr.
urn, or pitcher.

f. of
for 3 pi. 1
of
f. -,
a herd) tofloak
p. (fr.
together,

, -, , Ion.
very, and to flow) swift- and associate; to assemble.
flowing, rapid; boisterous, tumul- -, , (fr. to -ov, b, , (fr. same) herd-

..-
tuous, agitated. tell) the power or right of deliver- ing, or associating together, gre-

,
,, ., ,
Ion. for

1 a. inf.
1 a. ind.
m. of
m. —Aya-
3 pi. ing oracular responses, the de-
claration of an oracle ; a denun-
ciation, publication, or decla-
garious ; one of the flock, or
herd ; common, c -dinary, xmlgar;
a herdsman, shepherd.
-,

, , ,
pres. inf. of ration; a message, embassy b, (fr. same) the
mandate, commandment; news fold, the stalls or rstreal for the

,
1 a. par. pass.
Poet, for 1 and herd.
a. par. of Poet, and Ion. -, f. -, (fr.

same) a messenger, a herd, and rule) to lead the


-ov, b, , (fr.ayai'much, -ov, b, (fr.
ftnd to ^oan) groaning legate, ambassador. flock or herd ; to rule, govern.
(4)
;; — —

, ATI

,
,.
-ov,
herasman, shepherd; the lead-
er of the flock) a leader, ruler,
chief.
, (fr. last)

fern. par. pres. cont.


',
, ,
for, ,
,
, ,
.
-,
reward)
iEol. and

'Ayipaif, -toy,

.
Att.
(fr.
to neglect, slight.

-, ,
neg. and.

which see.
-, , and Ion.
(fr.
I
an
flock.
//, Poet. \', -, -. obs. hence mid.
-, ,
assemblage, crowa, troop,

man

, ,
of to collect) collection, (fr. manful)
-, , ,
(fr. a neg. and crowd, assemblage. liness, spirit, courage, bravery.

,
iXow laugh)to iw# not Ion. for Ion. for

,
1 d.
lugh, rough, rude, sullen, surly,
fan a. ind. of pi. of last.
morose, serious, sober, grave, to watch, lie awake; to -, , very

,
^, (fr.
harsh. lie in wait, hunt. much, and a man) manly,
-, , same) gra- -,

,
(fr. next)
{,,
(fr. manful, spirited, brave, courage-

, , .,
vity, solemnity, moroseness. haughtiness, pride, disdain. ous ; also Agenor, a man's
}
and Ion. (fr. -, , , (perhaps fr. name.
to drive, and booty) she intens. a reward, and by pleonasm for

,
that plundas. An epithet of to have) victorious, trium-
phant; proud, haughty, arro-
Att. for
-,
per. of

,
Minerva. b, , (fr. a neg. and

,
,, ,. , ,
-, , a herd, properly of
kine ; a drove, flock ; a troop,
crowd, assemblage; society.
(fr. last) by droves, flock
gant; daring, fierce; vain,
fickle ;boasting, vain-glorious
provident, careful.
(fr. last) proudly, &c. ,
, , , .,
old age)
exempt from old
age, undecaying, unimpaired by
age, ever young.
-, , (fr. same) the
by flock.

,
or herd.

,
.
(fr.

or
same) from

Poet, for
the flock,
according to the adj.
Poet, for
2 a. impr. or Dor. for
2 sin. imp. act.
pres. or

,
Ion. ,-
,
herb everlasting.

, same as
-,
, -,
and

wicked, ac- ,
-, ,

,
d. sin. of for 3 sin. imp. act. of cursed, polluted, abominable, pro-

,. , . ^,
, ,.., ,
-,

, .
, gregarious; one fane.
of the flock. -,
, to Dor.

,,
b, (fr. for.
Ion. for pres. inf. of drive, and people) Age- 1 a. inf.

,
silaus; an epithet of Pluto, and 3 sin. pres. ind. of
Dor. for the name of several men. -, b, Agesilaus, a
pres. inf. of (fr. Lat. aggesta) a mili Spartan king.

, Dor.
, Poet, and Dor.

,
for tary engine. for
Ion. for imp. and -, , >% (fr. to (fr. to lead,

,.,,. , ,
Dor. for pres. inf. of lead, and army) a cap and the chorus) tlie leader

,
Also, tain, leader, general ; an epithet of the dancers, or singers; or
Besot, for
pass, of or
3 pi. 2 a. of Minerva.
and by Apos. \ pres.
,
of any other theatrical perform-
ers.

-, , Dor.

, ,
-,
a family, and
without genealogy, or pedigree;
-ov, b, , (fr. a neg.
to tell)
impr. of
come, come on.
-,, (fr.
used adverbially.

to lead) a
,(fr.

conductor,manager; guide.
to won-
to lead)
for
a leader,

,,.
obscure. conductor, leader, guide. -, -ov, (fr.

,
,
neg. and -ov, b, , (fr. a neg. and der) admirable, enviable; won-

,-
-ov, b, (fr.
a beard) beardless, young. to taste) that has not tasted, derful, splendid.

, ,,
neut. pi. cont. of fasting, hungry ; who has not see
-, , a neg.
b, (fr. tried, inexperienced ; untasted 3 sin. pres. ind. act. —

- -,
'
and a family) of no de- tasteless, insipid. -ov, par. pres.
-,

, -., ,
pass. —
'
scent,whose family is obscure, -ov, b, hi (fr• a -ov,
of mean birth, ignoble, obscure, neg. and geometry) par. pres. act. of
base; childless. Comp. ungeometrical, ignorant of ge- -, (fr.

, sup.
or -, b, ,
ometry.
-ov,- b, , (fr. a neg. tify,
holy)
f•

to
separate, or set apart;
p.
consecrate, sanc-
to

), .
(fr. neg. and to be) and to cultivate) uncul- esteem, or revere as holy, or

, ,
hating no origin, not made, or tivated, neglected,
-, ,
barren, waste. sanctified; to purify, cleanse

,
done, unborn ; unfinished, imper- to wonder) from pollution ; to expiate, atone,

,.
(fr.

,
fect, defective;

',

, .
,
Dor. and

, ,. ,
,
mean, ignoble.

, - Ion. for
pres. impr. of
admiration,
ment; or (vr.
a fracture,
wonder, astonish-

rupture,
to break)
breach ; a
appease; to hallow, sanctify,
make
1 a.
holy : per. pass,
1 f.

, ,
,
Dor. for rock, precipice, strand, beach; 1 a. impr. m.

. Poet, for pres. a wound. 2 pi. 1 a. impr. act.

,

par. pass, of

,
,
and

., , ,
, , , , -, , , a neg.
reward) unrewarded,
(fr.
Ion. for
pass, of or
Att. and
3 sin.

Ion.
2 a.

for pass.
3 sin. 1 a. sub. act.
3


sin. 1
-,
a. impr.
-,

,, , , . ,
not remunerated, or recompensed. 3 pi. per. pass. 1 f. ind. mid. 1 a.

. , . -
Poet, for
Att. for ind. act.
Att. for
Att.
per.
for
impr. act. of last.

-,
-, ,

,
pres. pass, of per. pass, of same) sanctiflcation,

,
inf. (fr.

Ion. and Sync, for inf. — par. of sanctity, holiness, purity.


, ,
, . »
3 pi. 1 a. pass, and 1 a. act. of -, (fr. same)
-, -, much, and sanctuary, a holy place.

,
-, Ion. for (fr.

1 a. ind. pass, of to drive) to chase, drive -, ), (fr. same) holi-


- , (fr. to col- away ; to fly or flee, escape. ness, purity; ceremony, wor-
lect) a collection, gaining, as- -, (fr. accursed, ship.

,,
semblage.

.. Poet,
2 a
or
/nd.
Ion.
mid.
^r
Oil
and same) to expel or banish any
poUvied person, or thing ; to pu-
rifi; -rpiait.
and
-, b,
witi
understood, grapes with
a
^, (fr.
kernel)
a neg

I'^ywa. -, rd, (tr. to lead) out stones.


,
,
.
same as

-, imp.
.
Dor. and Ion.
act. of
, ' for
, for -cairo.
-, (fr.
3 sin.

and
opt. -
±, -,
,

j
to corns to an anchor , 1o fix,
confirm, establish.
b, the elbow, any

,, for
-,
-,
and also

rb, (fr.

,
next) a holy

, -^,
a sanctuary;
Poet hasten)
bour, to
urge, hasten.
-, -,
to
toil,
work
to
diligently, to la-
exert; to drive,
bendnig of the body or limbs ; th«
fore-arm, tlie arm, a cubit, tlie
horns, or handle of the lyre ; an

.-
place, or thing, rb, a valley, angle, corner.
-, , -, ,

, ..
,
and glen, dale a precipice, crag.
; (fr. last) to elbow,

,the holy of holies ; the upper


, re- Macedonic, for tlcrust with the elbow, to hint, or

,
gion of the heavens. 3 pi. per. mid. of signify by touching with the el-
-a, -ov, holy, sacred, sanc-

, for bow; to hold in the arms, em

,tified; hallowed,
sin, consecrated to

,, ,
pure;

ness.
and
pious, devout.
-, ,
(fr.
set

(fr.
God;
apart from
chaste,

last) holi-
choke)
-,
button; rope, halter.
-,
for

strap,

, a thong, loop, or
b,

strap, used for throwing the dart;


tie,
(fr.

buckle, clasp,
to

,
,
brace, clasp ; to encircle, bend
round ;

bright, and
to crook,
-ov, b, (dim. of
a small elbow, a knuckle, joint.
-ov, b,
make an

. (fr.
the hair) hav
angle.
same)

aab

, ,
atonement) to venerate, revere, a kind of dart ; a hook, handle ; ing beautiful

,
hair.
-, ,

,, ,
respect; to purify, sanctify; to the bend of the elbow, or knee; same)

,
(fr. bright-

. ,
celebrate, solemnize. a sort of cup; a defect in the ness, splendor beauty orna-

,
; ;
-, ,

,
or (fr. tongue; the yard-arms, or ends ment ; joy, delight ; excellence

,
same) ante, ceremony. of the sail-yard. Aglaia, one of the Graces.

,
-, ,
sanctification, sanctity, holiness.
(fr. holy)
throw a dart.
(fr. last) to

, ',dart,
pi. of last.
for g.

,
.
hold in the arms, to
(fr. an arm)
embrace ;
to
to darter, one
, b,
who fights
(fr. same)

, ,,
a
with a 1 f. inf. mid. of
Att. for

,
cherish, foster, nurse. dart. or (fr. same)
-, rb,

,
-, Poet, for 3 (fr. to shine, glitter, gluten ; to beau-

.
,
sin.
2 a.
pres.
act.

-, ,
ind.
ind.

an arm)
act.
impr.
crooked, and

an impediment
the
tongue) a defect in the tongue,

g. Ion.
in speech.
of
, ,
-,
tify,

and Poet,
and
adorn.
Ion., and
for
Ion.
d. sin.,

,
(fr.

an arm. It is generally used


, -, -, b, and Ion. for d.

,
,.
plural

, , the arms ; the clasping,


:

or folding of the arms, in order


to hold, or carry any thing.

,
last) same as
scrutable
skill)

ligent, skilful,
;
, (fr. same, and
of deep design, in-
sagacious, wise, intel-
knowing ;
pi.

,
of ayXata.

-ov, b,
ornament, decoration.
-, (fr.
rb, and
same) splendor,
'-

,
(fr. artful,
-,

,
crafty, politic, insidious. b, fj, (fr. same,
-, , (fr. same) an -ov, b, , crooked, not and a limb) well made,
awry ; hooked; curved, who forms

,
armful, a bundle, parcel, packet. straight, well shaped; fine
-, b, (fr. last, bent, round; perverse, wily, limbs.
and to take) and artful, crafty. -ov, b, , (fr. same,
-,
,and

,
to carry)
(fr. Same,
b,
a porter. the tongue-tie, and
-ov, rb, (fr. and
shady.
a tree) bearing fine

,
to trees,

,, . , , ,
, .
arms.

$ pi.
(fr.

of
Poet, for
Poet, for
an arm) in the

-
divide) a surgical instrument to
remove that

crooked, and
defect.
-,
a bow)
equipped with a bow, an archer.
-, ,
b, (fr. 6<,
and

seats,
-ov, b,
a throne) and
,
-ov, b,same,
a seat) having splendid
or abodes; spoken of the
>), (fr.

(fr.
same,

, , ,
d. pi. of «pas. f. and Muses.

the
hug.
,
&., -, ,
arms;
the arm;
an embrace,
pi. Ay/cat,
clasp,
(fr.
bend;
hurl a dart.
to
crooked)
twist, distort; to fling,
to crook,
and
-ov, b,
the wrist, or fruit)
with fine wrists, beautiful ; or
fj, (fr. same,

,
, , ,
/, -, ,
-,
rb, (dim. of
valley) a vale, glen.

-
-,
a

a hook, a fish-
ing hook ; a bait ; enticement.
Ay
,
(fr. last) fishing,
same) a bending,
edness,
(fr.
indirectly, perversely.
-,
perversion
distortion,
same) crookedly;

Att. -,
twisting, crook-
f/, (fr.
bearing fine fruit.

and
-ov, b, , (fr. same,
Ion. for, young)
having fine, or famous children.
-ov, b, , (fr. same,

,
vnth the hook, angling. the shot of an arrow, or dart. and festivity) who lays

a hook, to
(fr.
angle.
same) to fish with
, -, , -, (fr.
and
same and
out or adorns a banquet ; festive,
jovial; splendid.

.,
,
Aab, -,
(fr. same) to catch with the lip) having broad lips, or a b, #, bright, shining,

, - -, -- -,
a hook, to fish. wide mouth, or a crooked beak. sparkling, radiant, guttering
b, , (fr. -ov, and b, beautiful, admirable ; joyous, de-
same) shaped like a hook, hooked, , (fr. same and a claw) lightful; ornamental; splendia\
barbed. with broad or bending hoofs; illustrious, noble, majestic, grand.

', ,
for (th. with crooked claws, or talons. -, b, (fr. last,

, .
tentatious.

,
act. of
to celebrate) boasting, os-

for 1 a. par.

,.
-,
, an anchor, grapnel,
hook ; a stay, support, protection ;
steadfast hope. a. sin.
a. pi.
and
the bright trident ;
Neptune.
AyXao>i^, -07irj,
a trident) he with
an epithet ol

b, , (fr. same

,, .
',
the arms, the bosom.

, &.
arms

C01I
; to
-,
, Poet, the

for
par
(fr. last) to
embrace.
Inf.
1 a,
arm;

carry in the

mid.
down ;

-,
-ov, rb, (dim. of last)
small anchor, &c.

to trip
remove by intrigue.
(fr.

(fr.
same) to knock
up ; to supplant,

(6)
same) to anchor,
a

, and

neg. and
the e\e) having spark-
ling eyes; animated,
blazing, shining.
- -,
lively,

sweei) not sweet,


new
b, ,
wine, of
(fr.

bitter,

» ;
ing, foul
tasteless, insipid;
; harsh, disagreeable,
stink-

,,,

-, -ov, par. pres. pass, cont
par. pres. act. cont
forum ; where, r*.
ket-place, or
cording to the Greek and Ro-

, man
morose ; sad, grievous. of same. customs, the markew
-,

,
-, ,

, /, , ,
kyXto, a kind of sore on the ?, pebbles used as courts of justice, and public
eye. weights to part of the machinery assemblies, were held, and aH

,
-,

,
a't, heads, or cloves in weaving. kinds of public business trans-
of garlic. or acted ; an assembly held there ;

,
f.

-ov, b, (fr. a neg. and , p. ,. to break, bruise; dash a speech or oration delivered
the tongue) without a forcibly
,; to wreck, shatter; vio there.

, -, . ., , .
, ,
tongue, speecldess, slow of speech, late,infringe. 1 f. Att. and Poet, for
incloquent, dull. per. Att. 1 a. act. >', cont. pres. inf. mid.
,
, , ,.,
(fr. to Att. 2 a. ind. act.

,
of

,
, -,
break) a fragment, shard, splin- -•, -, pass. Att.

.
f. p. (fr.
ter ; piece,
-,
place, a precipice
b,
part
(fr.

;
same) a
shore.
steep

, mid.
and .
2 a. pass,
par.
Att.
Att.
per same)

,
trade;
to buy and
purchase, procure;
to
reeleem. perf. pass,
sell, traffic,
to
1

,, ,, , ,'. ,
-, b, , (fr. neg Ion. and Apos. for a. ind. pass,
and to bend) not pliant, , imp. pass, of last. -ov, , , (fr. same) re-

,
stiff; not to be bent, rigid, in- and contracted from luting to the mrirket, vulgar,
flexible inexorable ; stubborn mean, common; disorder-

,
; loose,
obstinate. foolish) to belonging

,
(fr. ly ; judicial, to the
and -, b, act foolishly , do silly things. courts ; viz. those days

,
(fr. a neg. and (fr. same) foo-ixh.'y, when the courts sit, court deiyx,
or to full) unfulled, stupidly ; unreasonably, ungrate- also epith. of Jupiter and ot
undressed, uncombed ; new, fully ; rashly, unadvisedly. Mercury whose statuos were

', -,
, -,
, (fr. next) fol-
fresh. placed in the market place.
, (fr. chaste) ly, silliness ; eiwkwardness, igno- -ov, b, (fr. same, and

, ,
chastity, continence ; purity. rance ; rashness, temerity ; rude law) one who regulates the
-,

,
,
, ,
rify, cleanse.

. - -,
f.

live chastely, be continent; to

. , , JE.o\. for
(fr. same) to
pu-

1
ness, roughness, pervcrseness, ob-
stinacy
behaviour.

and
;

-,
ingratitude

b, ,
;

(fr.
uncoutli

a neg.
meirket,
ket.

late the
the

-,
clerk

market, act as
-, ,
(fr.
of the mar-

last) to regu-
clerk.

.
pi. per. act. of judgment, th. to (fr. same) the
b, »/, see know) foolish, silly ; imprudent, duty uf the clerk of the market.
-, f. (fr. pure) indiscreet ignorant ; unreason,
; Dor. for

, .
^ ,
to

,-,
cleanse, purify, sanctify ; to

,
able, unjust; unmcrriful; sin- pres. inf. of

,
consecrate, set apart. 3 sin. pres. ful, wickeel ; ungrateful, unfeel- -, , and
ind. act.

. , , ., ,
last.
,
,,
2

-, ,
pi. 1 a.

3
-,
1
impr. —
par. —
impr. pass. —
a.
pi. 1 a.
-tv,
act.

sub. act. of
ing,

Ayi , -,
inhuman.
(fr.
innocently, purely.
(fr.

know) ignorantly,
a neg.

b, ,
chaste) chastely

and
unskilfully.
(fr. same) igno
to
Att.

,
-, ,
ket) buying
trade, dealing.

(fr.
-, , and
(fr.
and

same) merchandise.
-,
-ov, b, (fr. same)
the mar-
selling, traffic,

-,

.
and' rant, awkwarel, uninformed ; also dealer.
-, , pure) cleansing, unknown, uncertain, obscure. in 2 -, impr.
(fr.

pi.
-,1 a.

.,
purification, expiation. Ion. for 3 sin. act. 1 pi. 1 f.

-,
',
,
-, ind. act. of of

\
f. p. (fr. 1 a. ind. act.

and

.. , , ,
neg. and
the mind

, •
to know) not to know,
; or
to think, th.
fr.
t

neg.
skilfulness.
-, ,

-,
a neg. and
(fr.

to know) ignorance, un- same as


-,
Apos.
(fr.

for
the market,

pres.

,
to be ignorant of, not to under- f. and impr. or Ion. and Apos. foi

,
stand; to err, or sin through (fr. same) to
ignorance. Imp.
Ion.
be ignorant, not to know, not to , Ion.
imp.
for
ind.
pre*,

-
-ovv, 1

,-,',
a. par.
mis-
(fr. last)
acknowledge, or recognise.
-, b, , (fr. same)
inf. of
f. (fr. the

,take, error ; a sin or fault through unknown. market) to adelrcss a public as-

,
rance,

. ,
ignorance, g.

,
skilfulness

,,
.,
sin.

, , ,. ,.
,
,Poet, for
;
pi.
-cf, , (fr. same) igno-
want of knowledge ; un~
imprudence, error,
and

from charms.
a neg.
-ov, b,
a wizard) unaffected by
charms, over wliom enchantments
have no effect.
(fr. last)
,

.
(fr.

in security
sembly, harangue ; to relate, de-
clare, tell, show, expleiin
nounce, publish, proclaim.
-,
generally used in comp.
Ion. for
f.

g.
-. the
;

same,

pi.
an.

of

, ,
Ion. for 3 sin. Ion. for 3 pi.

-, , Ion.
,pres. sub. of
-, , a willow, also a fish.
pres. opt. pass, of
-, -ov, par. pres. pass, (fr.
for
the market)

. ,
-, -, chaste, pure; un- to war els the

, ,
of same. to, or market.

,
mixed, unpolluted, unelefiled ;< -ov, b, , (fr. a neg. (fr. same) at, or in tht
clear from sin, or guilt; sepa-\ and a nail) loose, incom- market.

,, . -,
-,,
.
rated from sinners ; innocent.
(fr. last) chastity,
|
pact,
", ill united, frail.
Ion. or
.Dor. for

,
2 a.

, 1 a.
Ion.
par. pass.
for

5
purity;

, .,
sin. d. sin.

pres. act. of
holiness,

neut.

Spl. pres. ind. aot.


nom.

1 pi.
sin.

cont.
pi.
aversion from\



cont.

-,
cont. par.
ind. act.

be)
-ov, b,
of

offspring, th.
past bearing, incapable of
procreation ; barren, childless ;
unborn, never born.
-,
,

hi a piace, square, mar-


(fr. a neg. and
to
,
sin.

,
1 a. ind.

market) a speaker.
-cv,

-ov, b, same.

- -, ,
-,
mid. of
b,

, (fr. same)./?uen-
cy of language, eloquence.
veneration , re
(fr. the

(7)
tpec.t; an expiation, atonement, , (fr. a field) ,, ^ , - oij

,
,
'
satisfaction;
pollution.
-, ,
"leader, head, chief;
(fr.
crime, guilt, sin

to lead)
a captain,
;

a
,
from the field
-,
-, ,
(fr.

to rusticate, live in the


; in the field.

(fr. same)
rustic)
country.
rusti-
and

,
and
-, b, ,
a woman; single, un-
married, a bachelor, or maid.
-,
Att. -,
, a compa-
(ft. a neg.

general.
-, b,
hand; the back of the hand ;
the palm of the
the
,
city, vulgarity, ; a
country house, a farm house, a
villa, a country seat.
roughness ny, assembly, assemblage, crowd
gathering of people ; the vulgar
a rendezvous ; a heap, collec-

,. ,
a grasp; the forearm; the -ov, b, ,
,
fist, (fr. a tion.

, ,
arm.
-, a draught offishes ;
>%
game, prey, a capture ; a trap ;
the chase, hunting, fowling, &c.
-,
b, , (fr. a neg.
field,
tic,

awkward
and
wild ;
a habitation) rus-
clownish, uncouth,
; rude, surly.
-, b, (fr.

,
same) see
to
-,
assemble,
and

-,
collect,
b,
quack-doctor, a mountebank, jug-
meet.
(fr.
(fr. U.st)

some)

,
gler, fortune-teller ; imp* sior.

, U
and a letter) illiterate, -cv, b, ~, (fr. same, (fr. last) vAlect a

, ,,
unlearned.

(fr.

a residence)
-, f. -,
the country, and
to live in the
p.

coun-
and

country.


tumult) rioting, or
causing confusion through the

d. pi. with

'
-, . ^.
-- , , ^,
added
crowd, or money, like
tebank.

,
Poet, for
moun

,, . ,
try ; to abide in the fields, pro- Poet, for

,
g. sin. (fr.

, ',
perly by night. g. pi. Ion. for and Vfuch see.)
-, b, , (fr. same) -, -, of Dor. for pree.
abiding in the fi elds. (fr. a field) to the impr. of

,
'

,
Ay•,
, and
and
-, , , (fr.a neg. and
to write) unwritten.
same as
, and
, for
field, to the country.
-, ", (fr. same, and
a law) regulation, or divi-
sion of land. ,
,
and
-,
air)
,
near, nigh x sbse, at hand.
-, b, {'ft.
'fr.
tw i-,ght, dawn.
;

last, and
near,

,
-,

,
pres. impr. of to o\, (fr. same) offi- the sea) maritime, bordering on

, on the shore. A\so, An-


hunt (th. a capture) come, cers to regulate, or divide land ; the sea,

, , ,,
come on ; up, hasten, rouse. surveyors. chialus, the na«ie of a man, and
-, , -,
(fr. to b, land, a field, farm, a city.
- -,
,
hunt, th. a prey) game, country seat ; the country. b, , (fr.
prey, booty, spoil. -a, -ov, (fr. last) wild; same, and depth) deep,
-, -,
,
Att. rural, rustic ; a tenant of the nether, near the earth, here below
-, ;

-,
,
and -, , (fr. wilderness, inhabitant of the steep, precipitous.

,, ,
same) a
sportsman.
f.
hunter, a huntsman, a

(th. a prey)
country

(fr.
; a hunter, or huntress.
-, and b,
same) a rustic, clown ; wild,
-, and
to approach.
f.

to go) to
(fr.
come near,
same,

,
,. ,
to hunt, chase; to take, catch;

.
to ensnare, inveigle.
fierce, savage.
2 pi. cont. pres. impr.
-, b, a com-
panion, an attendant, a fellow
(fr. last)

.
Ion. for a. sin. of act. of traveller.

, ,, and
wild) wildly, fiercely, savagely.
(fr. less)
wake ;

,-,
to
-,
to be
lie
(fr.
awake
watchful, or guard-
; to
sleep-
watch,

\l
-,
Dor.
(fr.

for
last)

-,
same a»

per.

. -$,
(fr. wild, th. ed against sin.

$
,
,
a

,
field) to irritate,
exasperate ; to fret, agitate ;

,
heighten, aggravate, embitter.

', -, ,
provoke, teaze,
to -,
f), andIon.aypu7ri/t?7,
fj, (fr. same) waking, watch-

ing ; watchfulness, vigilance, cir-


near, and
-,
or obs.
to die) just dead, almost dead.
, >/, (fr.

,
(fr. same) rustic, cumspection, d. pi. -, b, , (fr. same, and

,
rural. -, b, ';, (fr. a neg. God) near to, or like a god,

, , ,
-, an atom, and
(fr. same, and sleep) sleep- godlike.

,.
£,
the olive-tree) the wild less ; watchful, vigilant ; diligent, -, b, , (fr. same, and

, ,
see

/, . ,
olive-tree ;

,
(fr.
a barren
same)

-ov, b,
to
tree.
exasperate.

same,
assiduous, incessant.

pres. act.
pi.

cont. pres. ind. act. of
.
cont. par.
3 pi.
$vpa the door) neighbour, neigh-
bouring, adjoining, near.

-, b, (fr.
and
same, and
-
,
(fr.

,
and an acorn) the holme- (fr. land) to hunt, to fight) fighting near,
oak. pursue, prey. at close quarters.
-, -, , Poet, a huntress. next) near, nigh,

,
(fr. same, and (fr.

,
/},

the tamarisk) the wild -, b, and at hand.


tamarisk. -, b, (fr. same) a hunter; a -, b,%, (fr. near,

, . ,
-a, -ov, (th. a field) rustic, peasant, clown. and to come) from the
rustic; wild, fierce, turbulent, -, //, (fr. same) her- same country, neighbourhood. &c.

,
boisterous
vilized,
; rude, untaught, unci-
savage ; untractable, hurt-
ful, noxious; mad, raving, fran- ,
bage, grass, pasture ; dogsgrass.

, Poet, for
-,
, a road, highway,
also coming near, approaching.

acuteness;

-,--,
-as, {],
(fr. next) wit,
ingenuity; subtilty,

,
tic ; also, Agrios, a man's name. street; village. craft.
-, f), (fr. last) rus- -, b, ", (fr. last) liv- , '/, (fr.

,
,
ticity ;

to let
-,
wildness, fierceness,
(fr. same) to grow wild,
grow wild ; to exasperate.
-, and -a, b, Agrippa,
a man's name.
- -, b, , (fr.
&c. ing in the same
a neighbour.

, -, ,
to exercise)
negligence, indolence; want of
discipline, or cultivation.
street,

(fr.
or village,

a neg. and
disorder,
near, and

,
same, and
-,
the mind) witty,
acute ; ingenious, sagacious, cle-

- -,
ver ; artful, crafty, cunning.

to flow) flowing
together, whose streams are near.
',
?, , (fr.

Aypfo?»
wild) wild, fierce, savage.
<fr. same) uncouthly, sa-

•«*?«y, fiercely.
-,
not taking exercise ; unpractisedA
undisciplined, inexperienced. I
b, rj, (fr. same)
',
name.
JE,o\. for
-, b, Anchises, a man'-'
g. of

(8)
;

. ,
, ,, ft*
1
sup.
very near, next ; extremely, very
much, must, ~nostly.
-, ,
; education, training, rear-
of life
ing, discipline; comfort, conso-
lation; amusement, inducement; ,
untaught, ignorant; soothing,
lulling, rendering insensible.

, , -,
b, , (fr. a neg. and

,
ana a lawsuit, appeal; conduct, be- to divide) whole, entire, un-
-, rb, near) nearness;
(fr. haviour. divided ; indivisible.
-, and

, ,,
relationship; propinquity t con-
sanguinity.

same) a near
man ;
-, Att»
relation, a kins-
a protector, avenger.
-,
-, b, (fr.

,
-, , ,
to be led, docile, tractable;
able, to be carried.
-, ,
den, a carl-load.
(fr.
(fr. same) easy

same) a bur-
port-

,
b, , (fr. a neg. and

,
a tear)
without a tear, tearless ; unpitied,
unlamented; unrelenting, pitiless.

, (fr. last) without tears.


-ov,

,
same)
(fr. to -ov, b, (fr. same) a guide. indecl. Adam, the first man.
be nearly related,
f.

to next of kin ; -, b, a contest, spectacle, -, -ov, (fr. next) ad-

,,
succeed to the rights of inherit-
- games; the scene, course, circus,

, -,
amantine ; hard, solid; firm,

,
ance ; to act as a kinsman. amphitheatre, where such
are strong; hardy, resolute, invincible.
to have a claim of performed; assemblage of
the b, (fr. a neg. and
propinquity set aside. spectators there ; a temple ; the to tame) adamant, dia-
or -, -ov, concourse attending any cele- mond.
(fr. close, and to bration there ; a concourse, or -ov, b, (fr. same)

,
f/,

set) standing close, pressed to- assemblage of any sort, as of unsubdued, unconquered ; refrac-

', ,
,
gether, crowded, thick.

*tfle nearest,
-, b, ,
next.
(fr.
(fr.

next)
near)

quickly,
, . ,
ships ; a circle, circuit ; strife,
contention, contest,
rivalry; a lawsuit; peril, danger.
-, , a contest)
(fr.
competition,
tory, untameable; implacable, in-
exorable.

inf. act.
-, same as 1 a.

,
,
smartly.

near, and
to sudden
-, b, , (fr.
to turn) liable
alterations, changeable,
fickle; quick, active; sudden. ,
. ,- ,
., .
,,
,
strife,struggle, contest, conten-
tion; anxiety, agony, anguish.
-, (fr.

and
same) see

, Ion.
to
,
-ov, b, neg. and
expend) without
charge, or expense, gratuitous;
not chargeable ; thrifty, frugal.
(fr. last)
(fr.

without ex-

.',,, , ,, .
(fr. same) hither, hither- for and 3 pense, gratis, thriftily.

,
,
,
ward, near, hard by.

gle)
noose, halter.
same
-,, (fr.
as
to stran-
strangulation, choking; a
and

,
, -,
pi. per.

Att. for

mid. —
and pper. of
Dor. for

2 pi.
1

pres. ind. or im-


f. mid. of
-,

in salt marshes
sea water collected

for
b,
to evaporate in order to get the salt;
a matter gathering upon plants
; pickle, brine.
which the Laco-

,
choke) suf- pr. 2 sin. pres. nians use for much, very,

, - ,,
(fr. to
focation, choking, strangulation. impr. mid. — par. and 1 a. ind. act. of
-, -ov, (sup. of pres. pass, of -ov, b, »/, (fr. a neg. and
near) nearest, next, close. but more usually, to divide) undivided, indi-

,
(fr. last) most nearly, f. p. visible; whole, entire.

,-,
very closely. (fr. a contest) to contend, to excite itching; to scratch,

,
, . ,
near) nearer, closer.
-ov, (comp. of struggle, fight ;
vour ; to risk, or to be in danger ;
to strive, endea- scrape ; to tickle.
-a -ov, or , ,
,
(fr.

, , , , ..
Poet, for to agonize ; to act, perform. Laconic for very, and
-,

,
pres. impr. pass. of. b, , (fr. same) relat- dry) very dry, arid, parched.

,
f.

, -, p. strangle, ing to public games; toilsome, Poet, for

,
choke, suffocate; bind tightly, dangerous, hazardous. Poet, for
-, ^.

,
compress; restrain, manage, or rb, (fr. same) a Poet, for
curb ; to silence. contest, fight ; competition, trial; -,
>/, (fr. next) vora-

-, a race, match ; a dispute, suit

, ,,
b, , (fr. ciousness, greediness, gluttony.
near, and ba\b even) equal, an exploit ; risk, peril, danger. -, b, , (fr.

even; nearly of the same age, -ov, b, (fr. same) a much, and to eat) greedy,

, , ,
stature, or rank. wrestler, boxer, champion, prize- gluttonous, ravenous, corrosive.
p. to bring, lead, fighter ; a competitor, rival, actor.

. indecl. Addi, a man's name.

,
f.

conduct, escort; carry, bear; to -, -bv, (fr. same) a measure of four of the

,,
introduce, bring in; to move, concerning public games ; fitted, About a gallon.
drive, impel ; to draw, drag, rob, prepared, or trained, for them Dor. for
ravage, plunder ; to weigh, con- controversial.
,
,
there she is herself.
.
,
explain, interpret; -ov, b, (fr. a pub- Dor. for imp. of
sider,
value;
to
pro- he game, and to arrange) Dor. for ,
,-
esteem, to utter, here.
nounce; to marry;
pass, to an umpire, arbitrator, judge, or Dor. for from /.
spend, celebrate ; to induce, pre- steward at the games in Greece. -, b, ,
(fr. neg. and
vail on, move, affect; to govern, -, f. -, (fr. same) /? fear, th. 10 fear) fear-

, ..' ,,
rule, train, educate ; to convey

, .,
to preside at the games, adjudge less, intrepid, bold; stubborn,

,
oneself away, go, depart, p. Att. prizes ; to urge, instigate, excite. headstrong; haughty, insolent;

, . ,,
.
and 2 ind. Heb. indecl. a crane. shameless, impudent; safe, secure.

,
a.

, ., ,
sub.
Att.
inf.
impr.
per. ', Dor. -, , a woman's name Ada.
,
for
-,
d. sin.
-, .
.
of
3 sin. of
cont. <57, Dor. for

,
pass, 1 a. 1 f. and Ion. d. sin. of

',
,
to break,
-,
see

to lead) a leader, guide,


conductor ; a halter, bridle.
,, -, ,
Att. -, b, (fr.
ness,

,
-, ,
want of art or ingenuity.
-,
(fr•

knowing,
b, ,
next) unskilful-
inexpertness, inexperience,

(fr.

th.
, ,. .
a neg. and
to
,,
from
-, , (fr.

fear, security, safety ; in


trepidity, courage, bravery.
Poet, for
Ion. for
AlsoAie/••
g. of.
next) freedom

ing, or leading away, carrying


(fr.

off", carriage, conveyance ; a road,

highway ;
same) a

a course, or manner
driv-

,-
learn) unskilful, ignorant, rude,
simple, unlearned, unexperienced.

and
-,
to
b,
learn)
0)
, (fr.a neg.
unlearned,
fi, (fr.
and
neg. and
to fear) fearless,
ed, intrepid, bold.
-ov, b,
fear, th.
undaunt-
, ..
,'
But

\,
pres.

from ,
-,
inf.
same from

b,
supper) supperless.
or
>/,
ont. of

(fr.
Poet.
a neg. and
And
J

, and the sweet juice of


the grape) bitter; disagreeable.
unpleasant ; unwelcome.
-, b, ,
(fr. a neg. and
cook) raw; not well
to
cooked, sodden, rare; untanned,
a neg. and to see) a dark,
obscure place; a place unseen,
or not to be seen by mortals
hades, the receptacle, or region
of the dead, containing all the
fabulous mansions of the hea-
;

, ,
(fr. neg. to
fear, and a god) regard- not dressed. then ritual. According to the
less of the gods, irreligiously, im- '
-, f. -,
please, delight, give pleasure ; to
p. to christian doctrine, the invisible
piously, irreverently. world of spirits, the unseen place
-, , a neg. and

,, , ,,
,
flatter, sooth; to prefer, choose;

.
fa (fr. of souls ; the place of the dead

,
, ., ,. . ,
. ,
rupt; honest.

, ,
to bribe) unbribed, incor-

justly, honestly.
(fr. last)

-, -, -, cases of
incorruptly, ,
, . 2
2 f.

a.
(fr.
per. mid.
Poet, for

wearied, fatigued.
and
for
and
par.

to satiate) to be tired,
1 a. opt. iEol.
-, -,
generally, but vulgarly a place
of torment; the abode of the
damned,

and
hell; death.
see
-, b, fa (fr.
to distinguish)
a neg.

, , , , ,
Ion. for

ther) a
-,
and

fa
(»*•

according to the
sister,
Poet, and

a bro-
",
",
for

ly,
(fr.

undauntedly.
2 a. sub. act. of
",
fearless) fearless-

",
indistinguishable,
doubtful.
indiscernible,

-ov, b, fa (fr. a neg.


to separate) inseparable,
and

,
several senses of which d. of closely attached.
". V. g.
-,
see.
- -, b, fa (fr. neg.

same)

,
or
,
.
,
sister,
the
-,
daughter of a brother,
a niece.
-, -, b, (fr.
,

same)
(fr. and
.
-ov, b,
pi.

, (fr.
Ion. for
par. per. act. of

neg. and
and
to
to distinguish) not
be distinguished, indistinct,
confused; peaceable, not litigi-
ous ; undistinguishing, impar-
the son
nephew.

,
a

,
ther.
, .
little

,
,
,
of a brother, or

-,
brother,

f. -,
rb, (dim.
a dear

(fr.
sister,

of same)
little

same)
a

bro-

to
or
to bite) not apt to be cor-
roded, or wasted, nor feeling de-
cay, lasting, durable ; not bitten
gnawed ; unenvied, unmolest
ed; sup.
-, , , neg. and
to hurt) unhurt; sound,
(fr.
tied.

and
-, b,
to intermit) un-
fa (fr.

ceasing, continual, without inter-


mission.
(fr. last)
a neg.

continually,

,
or adopt for a brother, to

,
take, incessantly.

,
address, or entreat as a brother. whole, entire, safe. -, b, fa (fr. a neg.
-, -bv, (fr. same) bro- -, b, , (fr. a neg. and and to reconcile) ir-

therly, fraternal. clear) unseen, hidden, la reconcilable, adverse, discordant.

,
and , ,
brotherly.

',
,
(fr.

-,
last) like brothers,

to kill)
same,
b, fa (fr.
a murderer of
concealed; obscure, mean,
tent,
ignoble; doubtful, dubious, un-
certain.
-, and -, fa
-, b, ,
indissoluble ; binding, firm.
-,
(fr.

to melt) not to be melted^


a neg. and

next) an

,
rb, (fr.

,
a brother, a fratricide (fr. last)uncertainty, obscurity herb, maiden-hair.

^,
, -,
JEol for inconstancy, flckkness. b, fa (fr. a neg. and
-,
b, (fr. a together, and (fr. same) uncertainly, ob- to sprinkle) not sprinkled,

'
the womb) a brother pro• scurely, dubiously ; impercepti or moistened, dry; rigid, un-
perly by the same mother ; a bro- bly. bending, strict.

, ,, , ,
ther generally ; a kinsman, cou- -, b, , (fr. neg -, b, fa (fr. a neg.
sin ; one of the same tribe, cast. and to constitute) in and to decay) firm,
profession, or country; one of effectual, inefficacious ; weak, lasting, durable; infallible, cer-
the

brotherly.

, , ,. , ,
same faith, a christian; adj.
twin, related ; similar, congenial,

-, ,
relation of brothers,
a brotherhood, fraternity ; a
(fr. last) the
or sisters;
so-
feeble,

of

to
-,
pres.

f. -,
languish, faint, sink with la-
inf.

p.
act. cont
par. pres. act. cont.
tain.

and

,
-,
verted, invariable.

and
-,
to
b,

b,
,
to distort) unper-

fa (fr.
pervert)
(fr. a neg.

a neg.
un-

,
ciety of brethren in Christ. bour or fatigue ; to grieve, de- moved ; immoveable, firm, unal-
-, b,
fa
(fr. a neg. and spair ; to be overwhelmed with terable.
the body) without a body, sorrow, or anxiety, 1 a. act. - (fr. last) immoveably,

,
bodiless; incorporeal, spiritual; firmly.

, .-, ,,
dead.

,,
see.
Or, for

Ion. for
-, b, , neg. and
wh.

-,
the tonsils,
and
dantly, sufficiently.
b, a
enough, abun-

gland
kernel,
or almonds of the
rity
-, fa
of manners
-, , fa
;
(fr.

ruptness, integrity, honesty


sincerity.
neg. and
next) tncor-
; pu-

,
(fr. (fr.

,. , , ,
a tree) without trees; tongue. corruption, th.
bare, barren open, clear.
; (fr. next) artlessly, awk to corrupt) incorruptible, uncorm
Dor. for
- -,
,
wardly.

,
neut. of rupt, pure, honest, sincere.
b, , Poet. (fr. -, , fa (fr.a neg. and

,,
neut. of for wh. neg. and design) unde- to differ) indigent,
see.
-, b, fa (fr. a neg. and
,signing, artless, simple; unskil-
ful, stupid, dull.
middling, neither
trifling, insignificant.
good nor bad ;

,
ter,
a lord) without a mas-
without authority, or
free ;

,
fa (fr.
-, and
a neg. and a fight)
-ov, b,

,
and
-, ,
to deceive) that
;/,
(fr. neg.

,
recommendation ; unauthorized, without dispute, amicable, peace- cannot be deceived, or imposed on.
unwarranted ; without a lord, or able; irresistible, not to be op- -, , fa (fr. a neg. and
to teach) untaught, ig-

,
ruler. posed.
(fr. preced.) freely, at (fr. last) indisputably, norant, illiterate, inexperienced;
liberty, at large.
-ioc -, , fa (fr. neg. ,without dispute, unquestionably.
and Poet, ,
-ov, b, (fr,
(10)
natural, spontaneous.
-ov, b, fa (fr. a neg,

I
;;

,
,, ,
,
iui through, and
mine) unsearchable ; inexpressi-
ble, inrflable.
-, b, (fr.
to exa-

a neg.
name.

, , ., .
neg. and
-, , Admetl, a woman's
or -,
intelligent) igno-
), (fr. a
thet of Nemesis ; envy, malice,
revenge ; fate, destiny.
-,
b, , (fr. neg. and
to flee) that will not flee,

,
f),

,
and to relate) not to rance. or fly; 'firm, resolute, faitli-

,,
2 .
be told, beyond expression, tnex-
preanole.

pi. cont.
Ion.
act. —
and i£ol. for
pass.

- , (fr.
ly, unawares.
a. opt. act.

next) unexpectedly, sudden-

-, b, ,
and

(fr. a neg. and


ful.
name.
Also Adrastus, a man's

abundant, and
-ov,

sharing) success, prosperi-


rb, (fr.
for
pb
-

•.
,
a neg. and

.
-,
1 a. inf. act.
f. -,
justice) to injure,
wrong ; to annoy, hurt, damage,
p. ',
of

,
(fr. unthought
consideration,
to

-,
consider)
of, sudden; of no
mean, worthless.
unexpected, ty ; the full attainment
ject,
sublimity.
-,
good

-,
fortune;

'
of an ob-
boldness^

,
, (fr. a neg. and

.
b, f. p. (fr.
-,
harm. Par. pres.
- approved, th. to same) abound, be plentiful, be
to

. . .
a. sin. 1 a. ind. consider) disapproved, rejected, large; to grow, increase. Par.

, , ,
impr.

- ,,
-. pres. pass.
per. ind. pass.
cast off;
senseless,
undiscerning, silly,
stupid ; unqualified,
per. act.

Adrastus.
-, , the daughter oj

.
1 a. unfit, barren, worthless.
-,— -, -,
, , g.
-,
par. -, f. (fr. Ion. for

,
1 a. pass. -, abundance, and conver- d. of
1 a. sub. pass, of last. sation) to converse freely, to chat, -, b, Adria, or Gulf of
-, same) an

, ,,, , b,
rb, (fr. togossip together. 1 a. inf. act. Venice.
of injustice; injury, hurt, -a, -iv, ripe, mature, full

,
act
-,

,
wrong, damage ; crime, offence ; b, (fr. same) a grown; rich, abundant, plenti-
disgrace, scandal. talker, a gossip. ful; great, powerful, mighty;

, -,
t], (fr. same) talka-
par. 1 a. act. strong, fat, large.

,, -, ,
1 a. inf. act. 3 sin. tiveness; conversation, chat. (fr. last) same
a. impr. act. — 2 -, , (fr. same) as next.
1

sin. and -, 2 pi. and -, talkative, loquacious, chatty.


b,

-, , (fr. same) abun-

,
3

,
pi.
-, -,
.
,
, ,
, ,
1 a. sub. act.
1 f.

-a, -ov, (fr.


injured &c. ; hurt cannot
avoided, wrong must be done.
ind.

act.

same)
of -
to be
be
-, b,
deceit) candid, ingenuous,
sincere; pure, innocent; unmix-
ed, unadulterated.

Dor.
f;,

(fr. last) sincerely.

},
imp. ind. act.
for
(fr. neg. and dance, plenty;
strength, xngour, maturity ; great-
ness.
1.

-,
of
wealth; power,

last.
Att.
to increase) youth, pu-
-, ", (fr.

,
-, , (fr. same) injustice, of or neut. of par. berty, manhood, maturity.

, ,
;

-,
, .
partiality, wrong, injury ; false- pres. of same verb ; but
pb abundant)
f. p. (fr
hood,

,
, . ,
iniquity, vutuny.
deceit ; unrighteousness, "A<5ov, Dor. for
of or
2 a.
opt.
ind. act.
large, extend, aggrandize

to increase,
;
en-
rear,

\
-, (jr. unjust, Dor. for fatten. to grow, to
and fame) to seek fame by -.
b, , fr. neg. and beume great, to act proudly ; to

,
,
bad means ; to thirst after glory ; to disturb) immoveable, arrive at manhood.

, ,
.,
to decree
unjustly.
. , .. iniquitously , determine unshaken, firm; unmoved, mo-
tionless, still, calrr, quiet.
Dor. for ^<3.
Dor. for
-,
partial, corrupt
b,
justice) unjust, iniquitous,

cious; iujurious, hurtful; un-

,, .
righteous, sinful, wicked ; inade-
{],

;
(fr. a neg. and

deceitful, falla-

'.
'

of
-,

-,
.
, same as

(fr.
pi.
3 pi.
par. pres. act.
pres. ind. act.

neg. and 6 ,
, ,
-, ,
. Dor. for
Dor. for
Dor. for
-,, and Ion.
(fr. a neg. and to
quate, unfit, improper.


, ,,
1 sin. cont. pres. ind. act.
. mas. cont. par. ,
,
fame) to live inglorious, to be of
no account ; to vilify, defame.
-, , (fr. same) infamy,
be able) impossibility, impotence.
-, , (fr. same) impo-
tence, weakness, inability, imbe-

,
pres. act. of ignominy, disgrace, dishonour. cility ; simplicity, silliness.

,
ly,

,
(

wickedly, &c.
JEdl. for
-,
fr.

g. pi. of
unjust) unjust-
rious,
ble,
-, , ,
mean, infamous, contempti-
obscure.
(fr. same) inglo-

,, - -, f.

be unable, to be impotent; to be

,
impossible. 1 f. ind. act.
-, -.
(fr. same) to

,-
-bv, dense,thick, copious; -ov, b, (fr. to please)
crowded, numerous ; strong, har- joy, delight, pleasure. -, b, (fr. same) un-

,
t),

,,
dy > -, , able, incapable ; impotent, weak

, fierce, violent
cessant; fat; noisy, clamorous.
,
; ceaseless, in- (fr. to sa-

-.
impossible, impracticable. Comp.

,
tiate) satiety, disgust, loathing;

, ..
Dor. for neut. comp. lassitude, weariness, fatigue sup.
).
. weakly, feebly

,
of plenty, abundance. (fr. last)

\.$, ,

,,
(fr. a neg. "Aicu, g. of foolishly.
to correct) incorrigibly. -, -bv, of the city Dor. for
-, b, , (fr. neg. and of Adramyttium. Dor. for
,
,-, , -,
thirst) not thirsty, moist, &nd -, , (fr. a (fr. a neg. and
cool; quenching, cooling, allay- neg. and for to act) or to enter) a sacred,

,,
ing thirst. weakness, feebleness ; sloth, indo- or consecrated place, a part of
-, b, Dor. for the Temple into which none but

,
Admetus, a man's name.

-, ,
same as
a neg. and
lence, languor.
-,
or indolent
- -,
(fr.
;
same)
to neglect, fail.

,
to be weak,

same) ,
the priest
a shrine.
-ov, b,
was allowed

, (fr. same)
to enter,

inac-

,,
b, (fr. b, (fr.
to subdue) untamed, wild, un- weak, feeble, infirm barren im- cessible, not to be approached J

, ,
;
broken ; uniractable, fierce, sa- potent ; slothful, lazy, indolent consecrated, holy, hallowed.

Q vage. destitute. f. -, to satiate, fill, glut,

-(, , same as last. Ion. an epi- gratify ; to injure, hurt, harm*


()

- -
, , , , ,,, , ,, .
AEK AEP

,,, ,-,
Poet, fern. par. pres. act. (fr. a neg. and wiB

,
f. p.
*ing } warble ; to prophesy, to — par. pres. mid. or ingly) unwillingly. •

.
utter oracles ; to praise, celebrate. pass. — Ion. for -,
.
-ov, Poet, for

",
1 a.

, -, .
$,?, per.
see
to please,
pass,

-ov, (2 a. par. of last)


1 a.

,
imp.

,-
, , ,,
act.
par. pres. Dor. for
pi. pres. ind.
-ov, par. pres. act. of


dat.

-,
sin.
3
Poet, for

-,
rapid as a storm.
>/, a storm, whirlwind.

b,

-,
, (fr. last) swift,

,
.
pleasing, agreeable; willing, rea-

,-,-,
dy.
. f.

Poet, same as in prose, to


p. and

, ,
stormy, tempestuous, boisterous,
b, , (fr. same)

,
, name. a.
f), Dor. for
b, Adonis, a man's

,
,
sing, warble ; to prophesy, ut-

.
' . -,
ter oracles ; to praise, celebrate.
a. act. ind. opt. JEo\.
roaring ; violent, turbulent, fu-
rious, rapid.
-ov, b, , and

, , ,-
-ov, b, , (fr.neg. and -, -' sub. 2 f. b, >/, (fr. same, and rots a
a ungifted, not re- ind. per. ind. pass.

.
gift) act. foot) swift-footed, fleet, rapid.
warded. and per. ind. mid. (fr. same) Aello, a woman's

,- .
-ov, b, , neg. name.

,
(fr.
a gift, and to take) -ov, (fr. next) the herb <5>7, -, , (fr. same)

,
b,
that will not take a bribe, incor- houseleek. stormy, &c. see
-,
,, '
rupt, upright, honest. -ov, b, , (fr. always, b, , (fr. neg.
-ov, b, ", (fr. a neg.
a gift) without presents;
ungifted, without reward ; incor-
and

,and
ing, eternal..
-, ,
life) immortal, everlast-

and Ion.
and

for ;
hope) unexpected, un-
hoked for ; sudden, unprovided
despaired of, hopeless.

, rupt, upright, honest. Also who

,-, indecent) in-


(fr•

\
n. pi. of (fr. a

,. , ,-,
»/,

does not give, niggardly. dignity, contumely, affront, out- neg. and to expect) de-
-
, ov, b, (fr. a neg. and rage, insult. spairing, desponding.
to give) who does not give, -ov, b, , (fr. same) un- for neut. pi. o)

, -
,
ungenerous, covetous. becoming worthless, despicable,
-, ;
. p. (fr.

,-
contemptible; loathsome, foul,

,
-, and Ion.

,
contest) to contend at public unlucky. ", (fr. same) want of hope, de-
games to fight ; to contest, -, b, , (fr. a neg. spair, hopelessness.

-
;

strive, dispute, vie, emulate; to and to become) unbecom•

.
,suddenly, unexpectedly.

, , ,, ,
, strive, labour, toil. 1 a. opt. jEoI. ing, indecent, unseemly ; harsh, (fr. same) Poet, for

-, -.

,
severe, cruel.

last.
Ion. for same as
last)
Att.
to insult,
f.

affront,
-, (fi

treat
,
,
, .
-ov, b, , (fr. same) un-
hoped, unexpected, improbable.

, , ,, ,. , ,
-, same) one
(fr. cruelly ; to act indecently ; to and Dor. and

>
who .
fights at
b,
public games ; a
champion, prize-fighter, pugilist,
befoul, soil, pollute ; to disgrace,
dishonour.
Ion. for
and
', pres. inf. of
Poet, for

, , ,
wrestler. (fr. same) shamefully, in- and
and~A0Xov, -ov, decently, unbecomingly. Poet,

,
for

,
rd, (fr. same) a prize, premium, Poet, for Dor. pres. inf. pass. cont. of
reward of victory.
-ov, b, (fr. same) a cham-
for pres. inf. of
and
-, (fr.
to flow) to stream,
always,
-ov, b, , (fr. al- is-

, ,,
pion, prize-fighter, pugilist. ways, and to remem- sue, flow constantly ; to be

-, , , .,
skill ;
-, ,
victory) victory, success,
or triumph, in public games.
-ov, b, a contest, trial
of
a fight, skirmish, battle ;
(fr. same, and ber) ever to be remembered, not
to be forgotten, memorable.

-, -ov,
-ov,
to flow) ever flowing, con-
b,
always, and
(fr.
, and
sprinkled, or moistened, be wet.

pass, of
Ion. for
Ion.

-ov, b,
for
for
3

(fr.
sin. imp.
imp,

to in.

,
risk,

distress.
,
danger, hazard; a con-
troversy, dispute; public games,

,
tournaments, or martial exer-

,
cises ; pains, labour, toil,fatigue,

-ov, b, (fr. a
,tinually running ; perennial, un-

of
,
ceasing ; ever living, everlasting.

, , , Ion. for

f.

raise, elevate; to
p.
1 a. ind. act.

carry, convey,
to lift,
crease, and

atirbv
a limb) invi-
gorating, strengthening; train-
ing for combat.
-ov., b, , (fr. same, ancf
a plant) rearing plants,
fertile, fruitful.

.
prize, and

' , , or to car- bring ; to hang, suspend, tie or Ion. for

, ,
g.

,
, . - .
ry) who carries the prize, a con-

. .. ,
queror at public games victorious. ;
fasten to ; to take upon, to under-
take. 1 a. act. ind. impr.
par. pres. pass, of
f. Poet, for

,
always, ever, aye ; frequently, mid. par.

' .
continually, perpetually.

g. pi. of.

, .- , ,,
JEioL for pass,
2

sub.
a.
1
par.
a. pass. ind.
pres. -ov, b, ", (fr. a neg. and
iVw to speak) not to be spoken
to ; fierce, violent, haughty. Or

, and
,
,
-ov, b, (fr.
to be) everlasting,
always, ", -, -, par.
3 pi.
pres. act.
pres. ind. act.
— (fr. same, and to fly) not
able to fly, young, unfledged.
- -,
, , ,.
-, -bv,

, and Apos.
eternal, immortal. Ion. for

,
.

neg. and , and -,


. 3 mid. or Apos. for b, (fr.

.
, .,,
(fr. to to, sin. 1 a. b, fj,

. , ,
see) Poet, same as 2 pi. 1 a. impr. act. of neg. and work) same as
Dor.

,, ,
for pres. inf.
act. — Ion. for at Poet, for -, , and Ion. -,
pres. impr. pass, of -, -ov, (par. pres. , (fr. same) idleness, laziness^
-? -, b, ~, (fr. neg. pass, of next) compelled, forced, inactivity, sloth, dulness.

, ^
and

,
,
to see) not to be seen,
invisible ; dark, obscure, gloomy.
constrained ; adj. unwilling,
loath, not inclined, averse.
and
to raise) to raise, lift; it
Poet. (fr.

Also

,
(fr.

Ion. for
sub. act. .*
deformed, uncouth.


shape) shapeless,

3. sin. pres.
Dor. for willing.
(fr. unwilling) to
foree, oblige, compel, constrain.
to be forced, be un-

(12)
hang, be suspended
flutter ;

,
lute, or uncertain.
3 pi.
; to vibrate,

to fluctuate,
Imp.
be irreso-

,
, , .,
. ,- , , -
Bccot. for
a. pass, of
3 pi. drought)
cracking,
dry,
(fr.
parched,
enough, and
brittle,
1

one's
used to,
self, or in another
feel strange.
-,
; be un-

, Ion. for
of same, par.
1 a. pass. to hold) united, connected,
cohering, continuous; continual, unaccustomed, unacquainted; un•
b, , (fr. same)

\ ,, -, - ,
-ov, , $, (th. aty, air) constant, incessant. usual strange; irregular, vio-
aeriaZ, airy ; high, lofty ; light, -, , , -, lent,
7
ill, evil.
-, , , and ,
,
unsubstantial. ), ,, (fr. (fr. to

, -,to
, walk)

,
-,
,
air, be in the clouds.
(fr.
to
same and
move through Z/iej
neg. and
yoked, loose; single,
-, (neut.
to yoke) un-
unmarried.
pi. of
blow)
breathinsr.
Dor.
breath,

for
blast
}
breeze;

for aivat,

,.
, ,
v.isty,
low, gloomy.
.,
, -, (fr.

dim, obscure; deep, hol-


same) dark, o)unlcavened cakes, bread with-
out leaven, barm, yest, or fer-
ment ; the feast of unleavened
pres. inf. of
see
ed as from
This verb is form
like from

, ,
Ion. for 2 a. act. bread which lasted seven days, 3f ; but it constantly retains

,
,
-,
, ,
-, 2 a. sub. act. of on the first of which the Pass-
over was sacrificed.
the long vowel, and takes no
augment.

,.
-, , -,
. Dor. for Poet, for -ov, b, , (fr. a neg. and the air; but

, ., an exha-
leaven) unleavened, see /, darkness, obscurity ;
-, , ,

, , .
(fr. air, lation, mist, cloudiness.
or to raise, and the -ov, b, , (fr. same) un- 3. sin. — and atXni y 8
foot) airy -footed ; swift, fleet, leavened, unfermented ; pure, pi. pres.
• nimble. simple, unmixed, unadulterated, -, -ov, see

,
same and
-ov, and -, , ,
to fly) flying
(fr. unsopfiisticated.
to make
', dry, drain ; to dry, to
-ov, b, , (fr. air, and
draw) panting blowing ;

,
,
high, soaring, floating through

?, -,, . ,
,
the air ; lofty, towering.

, .,
-5£ol. for

raise) to raise,
f.

lift,
1

(fr.
f.

elevate.
of
to
parch, scorch.

, and ",
worship, venerate.
to grow
dry, exhale; to grieve, fret; to
pine with sorrow, or vexation.

Azor, a man's name.


Zo respect, fear,
, ,
floating in the air, airy, light;
active, nimble, agile.

,. , ,
-ov, b,

gust, gale.
to
and
blow) a


-, ,
blast,
(fr.
breeze,

,
1 a. inf. act. of or du. pres. act. pi.

, ishness, folly
stancy ;
-, ,
rashness.
-,
;

, ,
(fr.
fickleness, incon-
next] fool-

(fr.
)

to
,of a
-ov, b, , (fr. a neg. and
a girdle) ungirt, loose.
-ov, , Azotus, the name
city.
.
, ,
pres. mid.
of
and

-ov, b, , (fr.
same) exposed to the wind, blown,
imp. pas»,

,
blow, and the mind) foolish, 3 sin. pres. sub. act. of blasted ;stormy, violeni ; firm
fickle, inconstant; inconsiderate, -, (fr. a neg. and ivind; windy, miff-
to resist the
rash. sweet) to perceive no sweetness
,
ing, panting. Or, (fr. a neg.

,. ,
-to , , (fr. next) a young or flavour ; to disrelish, dislike; and to satiate) insatiable,

,
eagle, eaglet. to be cloyed ; to be overcome with greedy, voracious. Also Poet,

, , \,
Ajjdj, and Poet,
eagle; the Roman
^, -, , an irksomeness, weariness, or la- for
and
military en- bour ; tobcftitinucd. -ov, b, ,
, sign.
, -, Poet, for par. (fr. neg. and to sub-

,, - -,
or , drought, thirst, per. act. of last. mit) invincible.
barrenness from want of mois- b, , (fr. a neg. Apos. for 5.

,
\,
ture ; foulness, flllhiness ; moo-
diness, rust, canker; soot, reek.
same as .
,
and sweet) unpleasant, dis-
agreeable; palling, cloying; taste-
less,
-.
insipid, comp.
(fr. next) fearlessly, un-

- -,
dauntedly, intrepidly.
b, fj, (fr. a neg.

,, ,
-a, -ov, (fr. to parch) sup. and amazement) unter

,,
dry, burnt, parched, torrid ; wi-
thered, blighted,
hausted, g. Ion.
decayed, ex-
\. —
, ,
,
-, f), (fr.

santness, inconvenience, trouble,


vexation ; rancour, grudge, vari-
same) unplea- rifled,
intrepid.
undaunted, fearless, bold,

Dor. for

,
3 sin. pres. ind. act. ance, spite. &C
-, ,
. 3 sin. pres. sub. pass. (fr. same) to be disagree- (fr. next) im-

,.
,
of
Ion. for , pres. impr. of

,
, , ,
able, or vexatious, to trouble, vex,
plague ; to weary, torment, imp.
mortality, endless life; the herb
tansy.

,
, (fr. neg. and
-ov, b,
emulation) unenviable, un-

,
/.
act.

, , ,
-,
for
for

and -, , (fr.
pass.

-
deify,
death.
f. -,
(fr. next) to
immortalize, free from

,
worthy of imitation, worthless, a nightingale) the young of a -ov, b, t), and -, -ov, (fr.
a neg. and death} im-

. ,
vile, insignificant. nightingale.
-,

,
-or,
damage)
, ,
punished, unavenged ; unhurt,
uninjured, safe, whole, sound.
(fr.
not fined,
a neg. and
un-
,
,
little,

.
, (dim. of
pet nightingale.
-, , (fr.
the nightingale.
same) a

to sing)
mortal, ever living, never dying,
perpetual,
Ion. for

without same)
-,
,disagreeably, Dor. for

,
(fr. last) safely ; (fr.

, hurt, danger, or
-, ,
punishment. vexatiously
', by ;

, ,
., ,
reluctantly, hardly. -ov, b, ,
(fr. neg. and

,
-, -ov, (fr.
august reverend, venerable, aw-
the beard.
' to revere)
,imp. pass, of
-, ,
Apos. for

Ion.
reg.

,&,
-, ,
-, ,
to bury> unburied.
a puuding, or pot-
tage of meal, eggs, and cheese.

,,
(fr. neg. and custom) Heb. indecl. spies.
fid.

-
next) with noise, shout-
(fr. disuse strangeness, unusual con- -ov,(fr. a neg,
b, fj,
;
ing, &c. loudly, clamorously ;
; duct; misconduct, error. and see) unseen^ to
unperceived, unnoticed, invisible.
incessantly.
^nXhSj - -, b, fj, (fr. a in-
imp.
same
-
for
as Also who does not see, or ob-
tens, and
great sound, loud, noisy, clamor.
ous ; clashing, crashing, (fr.
sound) uttering a
tom) to
change
(fr.

the
a neg. and
disuse, disaccustom; to
manners
(13)
either
cus-

in ,
serve ; without seeing or per.
ceiving.
-, hi (fr• a neg. and {
,
God) impiety, irreligion, athe- va) Athens, the name of a city
, ,
, & -ov,
AI
b, (h. a neg ,

,
ism. of ancient Greece. and to break) not to ot
(fr. last impiously, irreve- -, ', the Athenians. broken; strong, solid, firm;

, ,
J
rently ; unaided by the assist- to, or towards Athens. whole, entire, perfect, sound.

.
of ,
, , , - ,, , , ,
ance, or grace of providence.
Poet, for neut. pi.
from Athens.
Athens.
fj, -,
at, or in

as if -,
intens.
-,
and
f. -, -,
Sync,
to behold) to look steadfast-
p.
for
(fr.
$•

, -,
and from , ly, gaze,
stare; to look into,

,
-,
quisite;
b,

,
fi, delicate,
also trivial,
choice,
worthless,
ex- ), -,
Athene, the
name of a heathen female deity,
examine, scrutinize; to discern,
descry.

,$. , ,
-,

.
vile, contemptible. called also Pallas, and by the

- ,. ,
,
(fr.

,,
f. p.
f. -(, p. to milk. Latins Minerva. crowded) to collect, clus-
See
-, -, -,
, - -.
or
b, ,
or

(fr. a neg,
also
and
beard
-,
any thing
A0»?(3?7i,
an
which grows on
of b, ear

worthless, or trifling.
-, b, ,
it

see
corn, the
; chaff;
ter,
late.
crowd ; to gather, accumu*
1 a. inf. act.

-,
-, , and
b, (fr. same) a gather-
and

,--, ,
, law) unlawful,
iniquitous, wicked, unjust,

,
ful
tural.
; abominable, impure, unna-
illegal
wrong-
3

(fr.
ther) a fan, a
chine.
or
chair, and '^
to ga-
winnowing ma-
-, b, ing, crowd, assemblage ; a meet-
ing, congregation, collection.

assembled;
-a, -ov, crowded, collected,
close, dense, thick;

& $
,
-ov, (fr. a neg. and
b, %, and -ov, continued, constant ; frequent,
?,

,
forsaken by God.

and
,
God) ungodly, denying
God, an atheist; impious, irre-
verent, without God; haled, or

\ , .,
, -,
b, ~, (fr. a neg
to serve) incur-
b,
toucn)
pure
ed, or
.
;
moved.
(fr.

Apos. for
and
a neg. and
untouched,
to
unsullied,
unaffected, not to be touch-

-,
pi.
f.
of
-,
repeated.
and
indistinct.

versality, the
-,
completeness, fulness.
to
Also (fr. a intens.
clamour) confused,

whole
, (fr.

;
last) uni-
entirc^ess,
.

. ,
p.

,
,
able ; unattended, neglected. Also

, ,
negligent, careless, disrespectful.

. , see

-
strive,
games of Greece
(fr.
contend, as in the public
to struggle,
contest) to (fr. same) in crowds, thick-

ly, all at once; continually, re-


peatedly.

,
;

-, same as fight ; to work, labour, toil. -, b, fi, (fr. a neg. and


-,
,. f. p. (fr. 3 sin. cont. pres. sub. act. S to enervate) unimpaired
the beard of grain) to de- — 3 sin. 1 a. sub. act. of by excess, or luxury, sound,

, ,
spise, contemn, disregard, slight
to set no value on.
& -, ,
hale, healthy.
-, -,

,
(fr. a f. p. (fr.

,&. , -,
f), (fr. neg. and^fVtj
a settlement) inconstancy f fickle-
ness, perfidy, breach offaith.
-,
contest) a combat, fight.
Att. -,
same) a contest, combat,
-, , (fr.

strife,
a neg. and de-
spond, despair, be discouraged, or
dispirited.
spirit) to

, , ,,& ,
b, , (fr. a neg. and struggle, fight. -a, -ov, (fr. last) to be
a law) lawless; wicked, -, same) a cham-
b, (fr. despaired of, it is all ov<r, it is
bare, vile; illegal, unlawful, g. pion, in the Grecian games, a past recovery.
pi. of wrestler, a combatant, a prize- -, , and Ion.
-, b, , (fr. a intens. fighter. -, , (fr. next) dejection, de-
and oracular) ineffable, -, fj, (fr. next) spondence, despair ; reluctance.

,
unutterable, unspeakable; extra-
ordinary,

,.
excessive, vehement,
vsretchedness, misery,
ness, misfortune.
unhappi- -,
b, , (fr. a neg. and
spirit) dejected, downcast,

, -. ,, ,
violent ; oracular, sad, desponding.

, ',
prophetic. -a, -ov, (fr. or
Very seldom accursed, impi- distress) struggling, striving; (fr. last) dejectedly, &c.
ous. unhappy, wretched, miserable, 3 pi. cont. pres. sub. act.
, f. -, p. (fr. unfortunate, distressed, comp. of
unsettled) to set aside, re- sup. -, , (fr. to
ject, despise; to abolish, annul; -, , (fr. a con-
1
play) child splay, sport ; a play-

,
to disappoint, fail, frustrate ; to test, and to order) the thing, a toy ; a delight, pleasure.
-,

, ,,
violate an engagement ; to speak care, management, or regulation and b, , (fr.

,
or act deceitfully.

,&
-,
edness, treachery, deceit.
-,
same) a putting away,
ing, abrogation.
rb, (fr. last)

Att. -, fj,
wick-

abolish-
(fr.
of public gamee.

-,
judge,
-, (fr. same) to exhibit,
regulate, or conduct public games.

b, (fr.

or
-ov, and
same) a president,
umpire, at public
,
a neg. and Svpa a door) without
a door, open, unclosed, free, pass-
able, pervious.
(fr.
dren abroad,
frisk ; to sing,
same)
to
to

warble,
play as chil-

,
gambol, sport,
for
-,
settled, th.
b, f), (fr. a neg. and
or
games

,-, ,
of such games.
; manager, or conductor
,-, 3 imp. ind.
sin.
fi, (fr. a neg. and
b,

,
to place) unsettled, unsteady; (fr. next) the prize to sacrifice) unfit for sa-
mutable, changeable, fickle ; vain,

,.
void, invalid; disapproved, re-

,
at public combats ; a premium,

", -,
reward, recompense.
b, same as . &,
crifice, profane, polluted,
minable.

5 -,
abo-

b, f), (fr. a neg. and

,&
jected.
pres. ind. act. cont.
par. pres. act. cont. of

-ov, b,
to behold) unseen,
f), (fr. a neg. and

neg-
,
,
prize,

&>
to carry)
a
-ov,

-ov, b,
sediment)
b,

,
who
victor, conqueror.
(fr.
(fr. last,
carries the

a neg. and
limpid, clear,
and
!

,
,
pee;

exempt,
a fine) notfined, unpunished,

-,
innocent, guiltless.

-,
f.

clear,
-, absolve,
to
(fr. last)
acquit
he innocent.
to
;

,&
lected, disregarded;not to be pure, transparent, bright. -, , Mount Alhos.
-, -,
,
seen, invisible ; unforeseeen, sud-

, ,
den, unexpected.
(fr.
ously, irreverently.
-,
impious) impi-

al, (fr. Miner- making matches.


-ov, b,

quiet, calm, peaceable.


tumult)

-, ,
, (fr.

a tree
same, and
undisturbed,

good for AU nom.


fern, of
not fined) exemption
solution, pardon, acquittal.
phi. of b,
.
Att.

— At, nom.
,
;
(fr.
ab-

jti»
— ; — ;

A?, oh ! alas ! ah me ! ,
,
-ov, b, (fr. a goat) an revere) awful, venerable, r&

,
A«, Dor. for n, if— AT, Ion. for

, , -, that — vmil'l that —


herb of which goats are fond.
Aigilos, an island in the Tuscan
verend, respectable, compassion

,
oil ate, pitiful.

,
, , ,
ATu, for

,
.,
kjp2b). f.
hartal, lament,
-, or

g. of
Ion. ibr
h Poet, for
i

mourn,
(fr.

,L
r
.
alas)
ri( re.
sea railed by the Latins Capra-
ria, now Caprara, or Cabrera.
Dor. for


g. of - secret,
scure,
seen.
-,

dark
-ov, (fr.
concealed; ob-
private,
unexpected, unfore-
;
Or (fr. a intens. and
unseen)

-
, . ,
SEacidcs, the
son or descendant of
-ov,

-ov, b, JEucus, a man's


b,
and
b, (fr. a goat,
the eye) a fistula in
the corner of the eye, called
clear) manifest, apparent,
bright. Or (fr. ever, and
to hurt) hurtful, consum-

, ,
name. JEgilops, from occurring fre- ing, destructive, devouring.
-,
, -,
Alav, ace. sin. of Or voc. of quently in goats ; wild oats ; a b, , (fr. to

,
name.
-,
b, f), (fr.
, -ov, and
alas) mournful, la-
mentahle; heavy, weighty ; grave,
,
,- Ajax, a man's
. du.
-,
mast-bearing

tives
tree.
-, ', JEginetans, na-
of JEgina.
-ov, Ion. -oio, b, (fr.
a goat's hide, and to hold)
revere) reverent, respectful, dif-

and
- -,
fident, bashful, timorous, modest.
b, h
7
(fr. neg.
to see) invisible, un*
seen, antiquated, past, gone.
serious, severe, reprehentive agis-bearing ; an epithet of Ju-
piter, who is represented with a
', -ov, b, (fr. a neg. and

, ominous;
direful, portentous, to see) Poet, in prose which

, , .
,
perpetual, continual, lasting. shield, covered with the cegis, see. Pluto, death, hell,'lfie grave.

,, , ,
fy ! shame! too ! edas ! It or skin of the goat Amalthea
;
d. of ', for

, , , ,
expresses anger, and sorrow. on which was mounted the Gor- -ov, b, {j,
(fr. ever) per-
Dor. for gon's head. petual, continual, everlasling
a.
gen.
sin.
pi. of . -, b, , (fr. a goat, eternal.
-,
t

, Aiyrr,
,,
, ,
Dor.
>/,
for
or ), ,
from
,
and
-,
a foot) goat-footed.
, (fr. a goat) a tuity, eternity.
f/, (fr. last) perpe

,
JEgee, the name of a town. goat's hide ;JEgis the or skin (fr. ever) continually,
,
, under- of the goat Amalthea
-ov, which ttirnally.

, , ,
,
JEgean -.

, - ,, .,
stood, (fr. last) the sea. suckled Jupiter a breastplate, -bv, (fr. neg. and
-, b, JEgcon, the a shield. Also (fr. to
;

to see) dark, dusky, shady,

,.
name of a sea monster. rush) a storm, tempest. gloomy, Ion. for at&vutt
-, f), and -, Dor. for d. pi. fern.
,
,
,
(fr.

.
a dart, javelin.

,
ly, quickly, hastily,
«'-- to rush) sudden-
unexpectedly;
from
and

-, , lustre,
and

brightness, sup. of
d. sin. cont.

,
of
Poet, for

, ,
violently, with impetuosity , furi- splendour, brilliancy. -ov, (neut. of next) the

,
ously.

, , , , ,
-, ,
a goat's skin.

,. ,.
-ov,
Ion.

,
(patronym. fr. Ai-
iEgeus) JEgidcs, a man's
(fr. a goat)
did, brilliant.

-a, b, Dor.
-,
bright, shining, glittering, splen-

-ov, b,
for
-,

and
(fr. last)

-ov, b,
groin, the reins, the privities.
AcVof,
reverend,
lemn,
-a, -ov, (fr.
venerable,
retired,
chaste, modest.
secret,
respect)
awful, so-
private

name.

,
,,
and -ov, b, , (fr.
(fr. a goat, and
feed) a goatherd.
-,
to for par. pres.

,
a goat) of or belonging to a b, (fr. same, and g. sin. cont. of
goat, a goat's, goatish. Also a horn) having goat's -, and Ion. and

,
,
jEgeus, a man's name.

,
; -,
alder tree.

,
, ,
-ov,

. ,
.-,
, the black poplar, or

'j, uiEgialea, a wo-


horns; Capricorn, an imaginary
animal, with the head of a goat,
and tail of a fish.
-ov, b, same as a
rudeness,
ence,
-, , (fr.
ignorance,
unskilfulncss,
ness, simplicity,
,
rude)
inexperi-
awkward-

, ,
man's name.

, . ,,,
the shore. , -,
shore) a fisherman who

-ov,
b, (fr.

living on the shore, or by the sea.


b, (fr.
lives

next) one
the
on
vulture

Egyptian.

^,
; an
-a,

-ov, b,
-ov, b,
eagle.
-ov,

Egypt.
an owl.
(fr. next)
of

neg. and
g. of
Ion. for

-, Att. -,
prudent) rude,
simple ; ignorant, uneducated
for

b, ,
d. pi.

(fr.

', ' a goat) a


b, (fr.

, fold, pen, or stable for goats. inexperienced, awkward.


and ' -ov, (fr.
the sea) a scabeaten rock,
a storm,
. of -ov, b, (fr. ig-

., ,
g. pi. fj,

-,
,
, , ., promontory
strand, beach, a.
for
;

a. sin.
the seashore,
sin.
of
J
name.
A rfao, iEol.
b, JEgon, a man's

for atcOv, g.
norant, and
able, unjust
able,
; partial,
justice) inequit-

wrongful, injurious, mali-


unreason•

,, ,
, , -. ,.
goat) a kid, a
-ov,

-,
,
young
(dim.

-,
fr.

goat.
same)
a n.
enclitic
pi. fern,

Ion. for
.
cf with the

of
cious.

of
a. sin. — . a. v. du

, -,/,
f. p. (fr. g.
-, or -, AU. -,
(fr.-,
to herd, feed, or keep goals. Also
to rush) to blow vio- p. f
f.

(fr.
and
(fr. hell) Aldoneus, the
b,

, ,
lently, tear, rend. respect) to revere, reverence, re- king of the heathen realms of

, ,,..,,. ,,
-ov, b, a bird living on spect, regard; to be ashamed; the dead; Pluto, death, hell.
bess and insects ; a titmouse. to fear, obey; to pardon, forgive, -6 -,, modesty, besh-
-ov, b, the name of an un- remit, pres. inf. pass. cont. ai- fulness ; shame, decency ; respeel,
known veneration,

,
bird. pres. impr. mid. 2 pi. reverence, d. aico*
-ov, b, , (fr. a goat cont. -o7, a. -.

, ,.,
and a leg) having legs neut. of Aui, and Poet, and
,
«
.£-/.
and

,, . ,
UL• a goat ; a satyr.
-,
b. , (fr. a goat,
to desert) inaccessible,
«yen to goats high, lofty, tower-
4
ing. Aigilips, the name of a town.
;
pass.
pass.

for

1 a.

-, , ,
1 a. impr.
Poet, for ai-
imp. mid.
(fr.
3 pi. 1 a.

to
Cret. for

for
-ov, b,
always.
f}, Poet, foraii-

2E.o\. for
Ion.

()
;, -, ,
,, Poet, for . >/,
(fr. next) warm,
,
,in the
-,
morning,
AIM
-bv, (fr.
early.
a calm) ,
' , -, ,
AIN

or rather an epithet of it.



(fr.


same) a sword,

, fervent, glowing

,
young, youth- -, b, fj, (fr. same) calm, caacs

,
;

',
,
fair, in the open air. of same.
~,
ful, blooming. serene, still,

, '
fr.
and
ati always, and

,.
a youth, a young person.
-, , (perhaps
to glow)
,
,
-, ,
hoarfrost, bright air.
-,
(fr. same) white or

fj, a cormorant, a sea-


bleed;
blood.
(fr.

to
same)
stain,
to let blood
or cover with

-
,
,, .'/
from ala
g.

JEo\. for
;
d. Ion.
for
g. ofAt>;-
JEetes, a man's name.
-,
see
for
Poet, for
aiq

,
fowl.

shine, glow;
(fr.

excite, disturb, rouse


next)
to warm, heat;

-ov, (par.
to

pres. of
sparkle,
to
,
,-, b, ,
and
(fr.
likeness) like blood; bloody.
-, -,
- -,
blood-stained, bloody, gory.
same, and

(fr. same)

,
', by apos. for pi. fern, of . next) burning, blazing, fiery, b, , (fr.

\, -,
,
'oar . hot, glowing, shining, bright, same, and to trickle)

,
,
(fr.

warm,
-,

hot,
fj,

JEthalion, a man's name.


-,
and
to burn) smoke, soot
embers, cinders, ashes.
-, sunny, b, ff, (fr. same)
basking;
b,

,
gleaming

dusky.

dle,
f.

inflame;
-, p. -,
; warm,
ment, violent ; high-spirited, met-
tlesome, hot, impetuous; tawny,

to
eager,

to
shine,
burn, kin-
vehe-

glitter
dripping with blood, gory.

as

',
\.-,
-, (fr.

the face)
blood) same

b,
gory-visaged,
bloody-faced ; with bloody looks.
(fr. same, and

-, same)
, ,,
glow.
, -,
b, , (fr. same, and

,
(fr.
'
~ttbt, warm, burning ; omoky, apos. for Dor. for food) living on blood, blood-
sooty, burned; glittering, shin- same as (fr. ai Dor. for sucking; sanguinary, cruel.

,
ing, bright.

burn)
burn, consume
dle, set
-, f.

to blacken, cover

on fire.
,
-,
; to
(fr.
with soot,
inflame, kin-
to

,if, and truly) if truly,


indeed, if only, if by chance ;
whether.

flatter, wheedle,
f. -,
fawn,
to sooth, coax,
caress.
if
if, try of
-, , Hazmonia, a coun-

blood, and
Greece.
-, f.

to burst) to
be afflicted with a discharge, or
-, (fr.

,.
\,-,
, '', -, ,
Dor. for g. pi. of b, (fr. last) a flatterer, flux of blood.

Dor. for
-ov, b,
. , (fr. air)
sycophant, toad-eater.
', -, ,
assault, attack;
(fr. to rush)
violence, force,
an
-, (fr.
(fr. last) a dis-
charge of blood, bloody flux.
next) to have a

,
ethereal, aerial, pure, light ; high,
lofty.

air ;
-,
walk) to move through the

- -,
to walk on air.
(fr. same, and
, - , .,
,fury, impetuosity;
bound, recoil.

, ,
wound,
-, ,
-, , , see
and
stroke, cut, stripe.
-,
spring,

-,
re-

'
',
discharge of blood, either habit-
ual, or temporary,

-
par. pres. fern.

blood,
-,
and
a flux, th.
-, , (fr.

,
b, fj, (fr., f. (fr. for to ilow) a menstrual woman.
same, and likeness) airy ; unmerited) to beat, strike ;

,
.
'. fern. cont. par.

, .
wound, maim
maim,

,
light, unsubstantial, trifling cut, mutilate; pres. act. of
fickle. break, shatter ; torture, treat] -, , (fr. blood)
-, wood,

, ,,
b, the air, atmosphere; cruelly, treat shamefully ; to thicket, grove,
fern, serene weather, a calm. waste, desolate, ravage, par. pres. -, , same,
>% (fr.

,-
, man

-
and
or

^Ethiopian.
-,
-, ,
-, ,
of JEthiopia.

the

-, ,
b,
(fr.
(fr.

and

countenance) an
next) a wo-

to scorch,
pass,

wound,

,
-, ,
cut,
-, abuse,]
a wounding, beating, striking ;

,,
scourging, torturing.
blow
b, (fr.
;
(fr.
torture.
same)
last) a
and
with
raw.

mirth
blood,

,,
to smear) stained
nixed with blood,

cheerfulness,
flattery, caressing.
(fr.

festivity
kind)

warmth, heat,
(fr. same)
burning; the
.
, , ',
,Neut.
-, , ,
the
evening,
evening meal, supper.
late. (fr. same)
wheedle, banter, flatter, deceive.
to cajole,

,
,
warmth of summer, glow of a
furnace.

fl,

burned;
black.
-,-,
Poet. (fr.

dusky,
andAtGuiv,
same) burning,
brown, dark,
-, b,
, for

fully, sadly.

shake, and
Ajpa, -, ,
Poet, for

-, , (fr.
the tail) a cat.
blood, gore ; blood-
mourn-

to
teous

', -,
tering

and
;

;
-, ,
design) fair-spoken, cour-

artful, deceitful.
b, ,
(fr.

imposing, persuasive,flai-

(fr.

to agitate) thrilling,
same, and

blood,

-, ,
Also, par. pres. fern, of
, -,
(fr.
porch, piazza, corridore, gallery.

b,
the countenance) hot, warm ;
,
same)

(fr.
aportico,

.
same, and , shed, murder;
guinity, descent, relation; seed,
offspring, race.
-, , and
to satisfy) obsequies, fune-
blood,

(fr. last,
consan-

,
cJiecring,

artful.
animating ; kind, cour-
teous ; soothing, flattering, coax-
ing ; cheerful, merry, jovial,
hearty, jolly ; delusive, deceitful,

-,
,
and

,
scorched, burned ; brown, dusky, ral ceremonies. PI. victims sa# (fr.
dark, sometimes bright, shining. crificed on such occasions, of- blood, and a tooth) to

,
-, and Ion. -, >), ferings to the infernal deities, or

, -,-,
have the teeth set on edge ; to be

,, ','.
(fr. the air) serenity, a to the dead. amazed, astonished, stunned.
-, -,
clear, or bright sky,
-,
calmness; aflame.
fj,

--,-, ,
(fr.
calm weather.
last) sereneness,
',of
-, ,
par. 1 a.

blood) a
act.

, bloody, gory ;
b, ,
murderous.
. knowing,
(fr. same)

intelli-

,
(fr. b,
made

.
f), and tliorn hedge, a fence of, or gent, skilful, clever, ingenious,

calm, and
, (fr.
to cause)
a
',set with sharp stakes.
Att. -, f. -, p. -,
expert.
Ana, Poet, for
bringing fair weather ; calming,
cooling, refreshing.

and
in the open air.
-,
a bed)
(fr.

to lie,
a calm,
or sleep,
',(fr.

and
same)
or stain with blood.
to sprinkle,

to pour out) a pour-


ing out or shedding of blood.
-, . (fr.
besmear,

same,
verse,

, ,
-,
and
abuses his talents, perverse,
probate.
and
, (fr. atvfc pet
virtue) who

,,^3,
re.

(16)
— — — —— ; ;,

Ion. ,.
a man's name.
A1N
g. JEo\.
Atviav, v. Aui'i.
, ,-.
?-
ed,
sup.

,
hiinoue. comp. ,- -, « vi» fern, of
-,
AIP

-bv, (fr. high*

,
.»,

,
,2
act.
prrs.
pi.

of an
inf. act. cont.

cont. prcs. ind. or impr.

Att. g. of
-, Att. -,
.
(fr. ' to ,,
and
-ov,

srrcrc labour.
to
-, ,
,

take,
Poet, and
(fr. severe,
to travail) who has

carry seize,
,
high, lofly, elevated; lowering
arduous; heavy, overwhelming
grievous, oppressive ; terrible.

Dor.
.
for
pi.

, fern,
where.
of '. Also

, '
off,
praise) praise, commendation.
,-,,, (fr. last) praise-

,
deprive,
3 sin. imp. ind.
Ion. for jjwro,

-
-, a goat, and
(fr.
to be engaged about) to
worthy, commendable, laudable.

,
-,
(fr.
f. -, and -,
praise) to praise,
p. jjve-
,,
'.
par. pres. act. cont, of

Heb. indecl. JEnon, the


, keep, herd, or tend, goals.
-, -bv, (fr.
concerning, or like a goatherd.
same) about,

,.. ,?,^,
commend, glorify in worstiip ; to name of a place. -ov, rb, (fr. same) a
applaud approve, , ^Eno?7,the name ot a city.
,,
celebrate, ; to flock of goats.
<7£,-,,(•. same) a goatherd.
consent, agree, per. pass, (fr. dreadful) wretch-
edly, grievously ; dreadfully, hor- - -, ,
' .
1 a. act. ind. Ion. -oj, (fr. high)
impr.

,
opt. ribly ; greatly, mightily. Height, altitude, elevation; an
-,
2E.o\.
-'
Am/,
inf.
and Poet,

-, , (fr. last) praise, com-


par. , -, b, and >), a goat.

, (fr. to rush)
swiftness, speed, celerity ; impe- , eminence, a mountain.
-, -bv, same as
-f?a, -•, high, lofly ; ardu-

\. ,
mendation; honour, celebrity; a

,
, .,
story, fable, proverb.

/,' , .
tuosity, violence, force; an as-
sault, attack ; a wave, surge.
ous, hard, severe, difficult; rougi.
rugged; great,

• large, mighty,

,
same
Apos. for as d. pi. of
7,
overwhelming.

,
Dor. for par. pres. same as or relating

of . \,-, Ion. for


or of
-,
d. pi. fern,

', ??, b, jZEolides, a man's


to

-ov, b, ^Epytus, a man's


rb, and name.
\, -, name.

, -
-ov, b, (fr. to hint) an
enigma, a riddle, an obscure
', , . ,—
and Poet.
JEolia, the name of a country.
, -,
, Aloa,
tares
-,
;
fj, the herb darnel or
a mallet, hammer, axe.

,
; an allegory, metaphor,
question Poet, for Sync, for
- f. 1 a. pax.

,
parable. p. (fr. varied) to ran/, act. of

, -, -ov, and
, ,^.
diversify, variegate; to change,

-
.?, pres. impr. act.
— —

, - ',
, enigmatical, alter; to vibrate, quiver; waver, sin. and 3 sin. and
(fr. last)

/,
,,.
obscure, speaking in riddles or fluctuate. 2 pi. pres. ind.act.

,
, ,
parables.
(fr. same) obscure-
ly, darkly, enigmatically.
same as to praise, ',
and

,,', ?'.,','.
-ov,
-a, b, (fr.
and Dor.

thunder) the quick


thundcrer, an epithet of Jupiter.

$
-,
swift,
3 sin. pres. ind.
Ion. for

Ion. for
',
mid. ofcipu).
3 sin. imp. of

sub. of

,, , ,,
wonder, admire. b, >'/, (fr. 1 a. pass, of

-, -bv, (fr. next) enigma- varied, and a breastplate) Ion. for 3 sin. 1 a.
obscure; hinted, alluded armed with a coloured breast- past.

,
tical, part. A'tptthj-
to.

-, -, plate.
-,
1 f. of

', .
Att. f. and Ion. for aipov, pres. impr.
p. (fr. a fable) to -ov, and Dor.
- -a, b, mid. of

,/
,, ,
hint, intimate, allude, refer in- (fr. same, and counsel) of . a. v. pi. cont.
',
directly
to
couch a meaning,
; to
convey more than is express-
extensive thought, of deep de-
signs ; sapient, wise, sagacious, '.
',
g. Att. a. sin. cf

,
,
ed.

ly,

,?
from bad

ble,
(fr.

severely ;

and
-,
aivdj severe) grievous-

to
very, exceedingly.
grievously severe,
worse.
b, (fr.

a lion) a
^ terri-
terrible
provident.

loured girdle or

aiid
same, and
-ov, b, (fr.
a girdle) wearing a co-

-ov, b,
belt.

a young horse) driv-


ing pied, or different coloured, or
, (fr. same,
', -,
,
easy
-ov, h,
to be taken,
Att.
>/, (fr.

-,
election, choice, preference ; adop.
lion, opinion, tenet; heresy; c
sect,
-a, -ov, (fr. same) to fs
schisma.
to take)
or captured.
^,(fr. same)

,
furious savage lion.

lot)
-ov,

- -,
nate, wretched, miserable.
, ,
hard-fated,
(fr.

b,
same, and
unfortu-

(fr. same,
,
swift horses; also active, expert
in horsemanship.
-,
variegated, party coloured; agile,
nimble, active, swift; waving,
chosen, preferred, &c.

,
A^Ti'£u,(fr.same) toselect, choost,
-ov, varied, diversified, prefer ; to inhabit.
-ov, b, (fr.

chooses or adopts some particu-


same) one who

,
>/,

and to suffer) suffer- floating, quivering; chargeable, lar course or opinion ; a sectary
ing misery, enduring hardship, a

,
fickle, flexible ; subtle, artful, sly ; heretic.

\, -,
wretched, afflicted.

vere, and \}'/


b, , (fr. ?
to strike) lash-
se-
,
complicated, involved; wreathed,
tortuous, twisted.
-or, , jEolus, the king of
,
-?, ,
a sweetheart.
(fr. same)
chooses, prefers, loves ; a mistress,
she who

-,
ing, cutting
exorable.
; austere, morose, in-

(fr.
to render) to give praise,
" praise, and
the winds.

ried,and
-ov, b, (fr.
the mane) with a
waving mane, or adorned with a
va-
-, -bv,

ferable, eligible, select.


-,. -,
(fr.
chosen, preferred ; desirable, pre-

,
same) to b(

,
p. to tctke.

,
to sing praises, to celebrate, to
laud.
-ov, b, a fable, an apologue,
,
coloured crest of hair.

'-,£ -, Ion. for imp. of


to sprinkle,
. wet,
bear, carry
catch, take as a
; receive

or war ; overtake ; overpower,


prey
; seize, grasp
in hunting,

a moral, allegory, proverb; an


argument, discourse; praise, ce-
lebrity.
6,-, -bv, severe, harsh, austere;
grievous, painful ; cruel, unre-
lenting ; dreadful, terrible ; wick-
c
,
moisten, bedew, dash.

, .
-,
Att.
ling, moistening.
-?,
f), a sprink-

a Scythian word signi-


fying manslayers.
a. sin. fern.
(17)
exhaust, wear out, subdue, drive,
ruin ; to gain a lawsuit ; to
convince, convict, condemn; to
take off, or kill; to choose, select,
prefer ; to adopt, assume ;
elect ; 2 a. from the obs. i\u
u
AI2 AIT

,'''', ''
ind.
ind.

-
impr.
impr.
&c. mid.
opt.

,waste,
-, -, -,
wear away;
f.

to consume,
Aia^poj, -a, -bv, (fr.
p. :!-
to
ness) ugly,' hideous ; base, vi!c,

,.
sub. inf. expend, lay out, disburse. mean, shameful, disgraceful ; in-

,
par.
mid.

,
>/<, -, -,
,-,
,-,
pper. act. oflast. . Ion. for
2 f. ind. act.

{,
1 f.
3

ind. mid.
'"
sin.
,
,
,
-,
b, , (fr.

son of JEson.
-ov,
fate) pro-
pitious, favourable, lucky, for-
tunate, prosperous.
b,
decent ; scandalous, opprobrious,
contemptuous, comp.

JEsonides, the
, sup. -•
as if

,
from
also

(fr. last) ugli-

,
of same. imp. pass, of ness, deformity ; ignominy, dis
-, -, -, to move
,"
and b, , (fr. f. p. with grace ; vileness, fllthiness, obsc»
tares) of tares, or darnel. violence, to rush, dart, charge, nity, indecency.

/, , f.
-,

p., ,
b, , (fr.

,-,-,.55
intens. and
a beggar's name) beggarly,

, .
wretched, miserable.
>7,
<o raise, ii/i,
elevate ; to ex-cite, impel ; to sus-
pend, hang up ; to hold in sus-
spring ; to assault, attack, invade,
assail; to break out, burst forth ;

',
to fly, flutter, vibrate,
-ov, b,
to
a neg. and
know) not
,
known,
or recognised; vanished, gone;
(fr.
quiver.

to be
(fr.
basely, indecently.

Ion. for
impr. pass.
pres. impr. pass, of
same) meanly, vilely

3
pres,
sin.

, , ,,
pense, keep in doubt ; to height- indistinct, obscure, faint, imper- -, , (fr. dis-
en, exaggerate, aggravate ; to ceptible. grace ) modesty, bashfuln ess, chas-

, , -
take, bear, carry ; to conceive,
perceive ; to take off, cut off, de-

, .
stroy ; to weigh anchor, strike
tents, start, set off.

' -
undertake, commence ; to bear,
suffer, endure ; to bear off, car-

'
ry away.
to
-,

to

to rush)
gorous youth,
(fr.
waste, ravage, so as not to be
known
-, -, ;
to obliterate.
last)

vanish, to disappear.
b,({r.
an
to desolate,

a intens. and
able-bodied, vi-
duty)
tity ;

inf.
any

Dor.
pass, of
offence against these
shame,disgrace, scandal, infamy,
dishonour.
Ion.
for

-,

and
1 a.
;

.
1 a. act. ind. rjpa• (fr. -bv,
,-,
'•
inf.'
impr. apov opt.

/ ,-, par.
sub.
per. pass.
-
orderly,
(fr.
regular,
to hasten)
well-behaved.
a shepherd
,-,-,
-bv,{ir.
modest, diffident, bashful.
shame)

'
, ,
1 a. ind.

1 f. pass,
-,
f

,
impr. who follows his flock from place
to place ; a chief, leader, prince. ful, disgraceful ;
(fr.same) shame-
shamefaced^

, ,,.
— ', 3
-ov, par. pres. act. b, >/, unjust, wrongful; bashful.
pi. pres. sub. act. wicked, impious, ungodly ; hurt- -,
, .
f. p. (fr.

,
oflast. ful, mischievous, noxious ; slight- same) to abash, confound, shame,

,
. , same as
A<ft ing, contemptuous. dishonour, disgrace ; to deform,

, d. pi. fern, of . -, f. to govern, -^, disfigure; to despise, contcmn,vi~

decree
-, , fate,
fortune,;
- destiny,
allotment,
supreme
lot,
rule, reign, preside.

-,
-, and
lify.
to feel awe, to revere,
be ashamed;
respect.

, .
portion, share ; place, room, b, (fr. last) a ruler presi- per. pass, 1 a.

,, ,. ,
sterul; duty, office, engagement; dent, umpire, conductor oi public 1 f.

-,
-,
reason, equity. sports j an ancient epithet of rb, (fr. same)
-, a kind of hawk. kings. a mark, brand, stigma any cause

,, ,, - ,,. ,,, ,
b, ;

name of a river. -, ^Eschines, of shame ;

,
-ov, b, the b, a the privities.

for ,-,
, Dor.

-ov, b,
1
for
f. mid.
JEsepus, a
which

river.
man's name.

-,
b,
-ov, sup.
, comp.
from next,
— name.
-, b, jtiEsop,

-a, -ov, in the style of


a man's

or f. see
- -, iEsop.

,
p. to be afflicted, rb, vileness, base- -a, b, Dor. for 1:.

• '
). . -
feel, perceive; to remark, dis- ness, meanness ; reproach, shame, Dor. for whether, if, or,

. -- ,-,-,(.
cern, comprehend, think ; to disgrace ; deformity, ugliness. either.
learn,
ind.

,-,
,
understand

,,,-
inf.
opt.
; 2 a. mid.

par.
-<5>"/,cases

-, ,
of

(fr.
be entreated, asked,or
,-, pres. impr. act.
to ask)/o
demanded.

, -,
vile, and profit) profit by -tiv, pres. inf. act. Dor.
-, ,

,
Att. vile means; wages of vice; ava- and jEoI. for pres. impr.
, -, , (fr. last) a sense rice, meanness.
-,(. same)
mid.cont.
,&.
-, -, . -,
perception, sensation ; thought, f. pres. mid. cont. of
knowledge, judgment. gain by vile means

'
to to prosti- to ask,

' .'
;
,

, - -,
-ov, (fr. same)an tute, to pander. request, beg, entreat, solicit; to

,
organ, instrument, or means of b, , (fr. require, demand. 1 a. act. a'
same) making
, -'
,
sensation, as the eye of seeing, vile gains, pursu- impr. imp. pass, ni /6~
&c. ; or of perception, as the ing scandalous traffic, trading in

, perf. 1 a.

, -, , and ,-,
mind sense, faculty, talent.
;
vice; covetous. 1 f.

-,-, (fr. same)/ee/- (fr. last) for or by


ing, sensible, sensitive ; intelli- scandalous profits. Att. -, , (fr. last) petition,

, gent, shrewd, sagacious.

sensibly,
(fr. last) shrewdly,
&c.
vile, and
talk, obscenity.
-, , (fr.
talk) vile, indecent
request,
suit.
', -, b, (fr.
entreaty;

to breathe)
a demand,

, ,
.,ceive

,-,
;
-, -ov,(fr.
feel) palpable, sensible, that

.
be seen, heard,
for

3 pi.
&c.
to feel,
also, to expire, die.
2 a.
perceptible.

"
hear, per-

sub. mid. of
to
may

,and

oneself.
' to do)

who does mean

',-,
-, same,
meanly or
indecently ; to demean, or debase

-ov,
f.

things ; vile, piti-


-,
to act

b, , (fr.
(fr.

same)
a companion, acquaintance, in-
timate; a gallant,favourite ; or,

,-,,
(fr.

,
titioner.
2

,. -,{. '-
to beg) a beggar, pe-

sin. sub. act. cont.


la.
-, par.
inf. act. —

— Ai-

,
ful, base, scandalous, indecent. 1 a. act.

b, , (fr. fate)/a- , (fr. -, 1 f. ind. act. —


tal, fated,decreed ; just, upright, vile, and to speak) indecent of
equitable, pious. conversation, obscenity. -, -bv, to ask)A>
(18)
;

, . ,
be asked, entreated, Sue.', desira-

,
AKA
the spear, captured in war, a cap- -, b,
AKA
fi, (fr. a neg. and

, ,
ble. tive,a prisoner, a slave. t to restrain) not to be re

, ,
Atria,

,
-,and Ion.

,,- , ,
,

ment ; an accusation ; blame,


fault, enme; a conditon, state,
,
a c\use, reason, motive, incite-
-, -a, b, Dor. for
-,, a spear ; the point;
a weapon ; spirit, courage.
-,,
(fr. last) a spear-
man, a soldier, a warrior. Adj.
strained
bulent.

(fr.
;

and Ion.
licentious, unruly, tur-

a point) a goad ;
-,
a
f),

staff,

,
situation, case. pole.

,. .
Poet,

,
for warlike, hostile, g. and (fr. neg.
pres.inf. pass. cont..of Dor, Bceot. Mo\. and and apb
opportunity) unsea-
-.
accusation

, (fr.
-, ;

same)
blame
rb,

f. -, to
(fr.

;
next) an
a ime.
p.
ascribe, or
and

spear, and
g. pi.

-,
2\.

to carry)
voc.
b,
for

\
(fr. a
a ,
sonably, untimely, unfitly, awk-

,
wardly.
-, -,(fr. same)
f.

to
,
want

, -., , ,
impute blame ; to accuse, crimi- spearman, a soldier, a lifeguard. means, or opportunity to miss,
?, ;

, pres.
--'
nate, impeach ;
inf. pass,
to chide, reprove. and by Apos. immedi-
ately, directly, forthwith, quickly,
fail.

, -, f-„ (fr. same) unsea»

,
imp. pass, 3 pi. speedily. sonableness, inconvenience, awk-
-a, -bv, (fr. last) quick, wardness ; embarrassment.
-, same) ac- -, , same) mo-

,
b,f}, (fr. sioift. b, (fr
cusing, criminatory. -, b, , (fr. last, mentary, transitory, slight, tri-
-, , and

,
(fr. same, and a road) quick on the vial, transient.

,
,
tion,

accusation.

cause
talk) excuse, plea, extenua-
apology, defence.

-ov, rb,
;
-, ,
fault, blame.
(fr.
(fr. same) an

same) reason,
,
road, speedy, fleet.

to
Poet, to hear, listen, attend

.
learn, know, perceive ;
breathe forth, expire, die. par.

,
, -, .
pres.
Dor. for
to
,
,awkward;

seed.
-ov, b, ^,(fr.
sonable, untimely,

-,
-,
unfit, unqualified.

i,
,
(fr.
same) unq§a-
inconvenient,

an Egyptian

a neg. and

,,
-, , ,
effective, operative, efficient ;
faxdt, guilty, culpable, accused;
(fr.same) causing,
in
ever, and
b, (fr.
being), eternity; an age, life;
duration,or continuance of time ; ,
,
bad) innocent, guiltless,
harmless; benign, benevolent.
-, , (fr. same) inno-

,. ,
sub. a cause, source, origin, au-

,,-.
thor,
sup.

pi.

,
mover,

3
Poet, for
cont. pres. ind. pass, of Ai-
comp.
a period ; a revolution of ages ;
a dispensation ofprovidence ; this
world, or
to come.
-, -,
-, cases of
life ; the world, or life

-, -, ', ,
cence, simplicity, integrity.
-, b, , (fr.
cent, harmless, simple,
ing, artless, g.
-,
pi.

b, ,
same) inno-
undesign-

(fr.

, ,
cause) relating
- -, to
b, , (fr.

causes, motives,
a (fr. last)

petuate, immortalize.
last.
to eternize, per-

,
,
quiet, and to llovv) calmly
flowing, gently swelling, smoothly
gliding, g. JE.o\. '.
,
or origins. -, b, , same) eternal, -, , a nettle ; a

,
(fr. sort of

-, -, , u32tna, a volcano in immortal, perpetual ; former,


- -,
flsh, or shell.

.
Sicily. past, ancient. a neg. b, (fr.

,, . -.-
fj,

-, -, &c. -, , ab
,
Att. for (fr. next) a raising, and fair) without beauty,

, opt. of
Dor. for
lifting,
up
suspending, or hanging
a vessel, bucket, or thing
plain, ordinary.
-,
; b, , (fr. last,

,, ,
-, b, , JEtolian. suspended; an image hung up

,and sacred) unpropitious,

,
d.sin. cont. and — among their vines, according to unfavourable.
. fern. sin. cont. of heathen superstition. -, -bv, (fr. quietly)
mid. or pass, and -, -, -,
, f. p. to lift, quiet, calm, still.

,,

-,
act. 1 pi. cont. pres. sub. raise, exalt ; suspend, hang up. -, a neg. and
b, (fr.

,
, . \
ft,

par. pres. act. cont. of feel exalted, to cover) uncovered,ex-


same. to boast, vaunt; to scorn, dis- posed, bare ; open, unconcealed.

, , ,
same as
-,
den, unexpected, unawares, un-

, ,{.. ,
,
foreseen.
.
b, ), (fr. last)

suddenly.
sud-
dain;
dangle.

last.
to be suspended,

pres. ind. pass. cont. of


hang,
unwearied, and

courageous,
a spear)
unwearied at the spear, brave,
-, b, (fr.

g.

,
suddenly, all
(fr. last) Poet, for or pi. Dor.
at once ; unexpectedly. 3.,-,, -, same,

,
(fr. b, (fr.
1 a. inf. pass, of next) the Academia, a school of and to fight) unwearied

- and Poet.
a spear) to brandish, or
use the spear ; to fight.

,. -, . ,
-, , (fr.
philosophy at Athens.
the English, Academy.
-,
supposed founder of the preced-
b, Academus, the
Hence in
ble.

and
the fight, valorous,

-,
a foot) unwearied of
b, (fr.
invinci-

same,

, -- ,, , .,
a captive) bondage, captivity; foot, active, swift, nimble.
a captive multitude.
ing.
-, and -£, an -, , neg.

,
(fr. b, (fr.

(fr. same)
-, to lead,
p.
or car-
edge)
f.

to
voke, irritate
whet,
;
sharpen,
to fret,
to pro-
distress.
and to tire) unwearied,
indefatigable, not fatigued, not
ry away captive, to enslave. per. pass, tired; incessant, constant; vio-
f. -, p. -, ,
(fr. neg. and lent. Also Acamas, a man's

), ,
xa,(fr.same)<o take,lead into cap- cleanse) pollution,
to name.
tivity, enslave,subdue; to restrain, foulness, impurity ; uncteanness, -, b, §, (fr. same)

-,
same.

,
repress, subdue, passions or pro- filth; lewdness, incontinence. g. sin. Ion. d.

.
pensities, per. pass, -,
, (fr. same, as pi. fern.
- -, Ion.

,,-, -. 1 f. ind. pass,


3 pi.
b, , and
if by Sync, for
cleanness, impurity, lewdness.
-, b,f), (fr. same) im-
un-
-, ,
to
f), (fr.
bend) unbending, unyielding ;
and
neg. and

, -,
and
, (fr.

to
a spear,
take) taken by
pure, unclean, defiled, unfit for
receiving the rites of religion.
stiff, rigid, inflexible ; having no
return.
(19)
, ,
,, ,,,
AKA AKA
, -, , and -, , . .-
and Poet. fora«0•

,,
wrest\e)unconqueredinwreslling,
a point, and to invincible, matchless; not to be par. Dres. of

,
(fr.
flourish) a thorn, a brier; the thrown by art or feint. -a, b, Dor. for
spine. -ov, b, , (fr. a neg. -ov, b, (fr. a intens.

- -, , ,
-, -ov,
- and and to check) inces- to clip, and the hair) wear-

,
a thorn)thorny , made of'thorns,
or briers, prickly ; pungent, irri-

,
(ft. sant, ceaseless, restless ; not to be
restrained.
(fr. a neg. and -
,
ing the hair short, shorn, crop-
ped, cut short.

,
Apollo.
An epithet of

,
tating. to terrify) undaunted- indecl. Heb. a field of
-, ,
,
(fr. same) a bird ly, intrepidly, bravely. blood.
fond of thistles a or a neg.
; linnet, -ov, b, fj, (fr. -ov, b, , (fr. a neg. and
goldfinch. and to swallow) that to goad) untamed, un-

,
-ov, h, («*•
thus, bear's foot.
-, (fr. same)
same) acan-

to set with
cannot be swallowed
food.
-ov, b, f},
; unfit for

(fr. a neg.
goad.

, -, f. -
broken, not used to the spur, or

and --

,.
and mark) un-
thorns, or stakes. to to cure, heal ; to remedy,
-
',
-ov, b,
a thorny prickly shrub.
fj, (fr. a thorn)

,-,
marked
guished ;
; unsealed
indistinct.
; undistin- repair, mend. 1 a. inf. mid.

,
-ov, b, f), (fr. a neg. and ,, (fr.aneg. -ov, b, >% (fr. neg.and

,
clear ,
Ve.
smoke) free from smoke ;
pure; easy, without trou-
and to adorn) un-
furnished, unadorned, unfinish-
ed; rude, barren, uncultivat-
, to mix) pure,
unadulterated ; simple, sincere,
innocent, harmless.
unmixed,

,-
-ov, b, a neg. and
fj,

feeling, insensible; stupid, dull,


senseless.
-,
(fr.
the heart) heartless, un-

, , ,.,, ed.

and
-,
motion, sedition, tumult,
",
to arrange)
(fr. a neg.
com-
riot:
damage ;
nificance.
-, ,
profit)
(fr.
loss,
same, and
harm, hurt,
unprofitableness, insig-

,
b, , (fr. next) inconstancy, fickleness. and Dor.
short ; small, little, minute ; tran-
,
-ov, b, , (fr. same)
',
same as

,
sient,

,
momentary.
a moment, an instant, an atom.

, ,
tumultuous, riotous ; unsettled,
changeable, fickle ; unstable, in-
-,
'•, -, -,
,
, Att.
and
and Poet.

any thing very minute; a

, -, ,
constant. to cure) a

.
(fr.

,
mote, mite, atom. -ov, b, ft, (fr. neg. cure, remedy.
-a,-ov, (fr. last) small; and to check) not to be Poet, for 1 f.

,
trifling, trivial, insignificant, restrained, turbulent, unruly, of

, ,,
worthless ; minute, little, short, lawless. -, -bv, (fr. to

,
momentary. -ov, b, , (fr. neg, cure) curable, that may be healed,
-, , a plant so call- and to belie) not remedied, repaired, or mended.
ed. belied, falsified, or counterfeited;
, -,, needle, bodkin.

,
, ,
fitable,

,
unfertile.
-ov, a neg. and
b,

unproductive ; barren,
fi,

fruit) unfruitful, unpro-


(fr. unfeigned, true.

and
-ov, b,

unfinisfied, rude, defective;


,
to
a neg.
(fr.
complete)
im- ,. ^Eol. and Dor. for
par. pres. pass, of

-ov, b, , (fr. neg. and

,
&c.

, ,
female name.

and

,
(fr.

-ov, b,
last)

and
Acastus, and Acasla, a male and

-ov, b, , (fr. a neg.


unfruitfully,

to condemn)
-, ,
perfect.

and
accused
innocent.
;

-ov,
(perhaps fr.
-ov,

unblamed,

b, f/, and
to drive) a
kind of light ship, a frigate ; a
,b, a neg.
to accuse) not
(fr.

-,
blameless,

,-,, , -, ,
,
,
a head) headless; without
a beginning, leader, or chief;
mutilated, maimed, defective.
-ov, (.
silently)
listening, silent, mute ; still, quiet-
ly ; simply, without parade.
the edge, the point ; a
spear, dart, javelin, weapon; a

,
irreprehensible, blameless.
-ov, b, fj, (fr. a neg. drinking vessel. -ov, , splinter, sharp piece ; the extre-
and
not veiled, uncovered,
to cover up)
exposed, :,,
its din-

-ov, , , (fr. intens.


mity, utmost degree, height.
-ov, b. f), (fr. next, per-
revealed.

and
-ov, b,
to condemn) un-
condemned, absolved, acquitted.
>';, (fr. a neg.

,.,, - ,
and
ed, incombustible
not to
to burn) not to be burn-

be extinguished.
Ion. and
; unquenchable,

Poet,
haps its sup.) unburied, unla-
mented, unmourned, unhonoured,
neglected.
- -. ,$, (fr. neg.

,, , , -
Also untried, condemned without for 3 pi. pper. pass. and care) careless, negli-
trial. of or imp. ind. of gent, unmindful; unconcerned

,
^.^,, -ov, b, \, (fr. intens. heedless, thoughtless ; inattentive,
ahd to define) well de- by redupl. for indifferent, contemptuous ; neg-
fined,
nothing
exact,
is
precise ; to which
wanting, perfect, com-

,
grief)
, and
to sadden, distress, agi-
(fr. lected,
buried.
slighted, unheeded, un-

-, -,

.
plete. tate. In pass, to fret, pine, and , (fr. last)

, , , -,
-ov, b, , (fr. a neg. grieve. negligence, neglect ; indolence,

,
and to reconcile) ir- part. pres. mid. or sloth ; sadness, grief, mourn-

, ,., ,-, ,,.,,


reconcileable, implacable, vindic- pass, of ing.
tive. Ion. for pres. f. -, p. -, (fr. same)
-ov, , f% (fr. a neg
.
impr. pass, of see to be indolent, idle, lazy ; to

,
and to dissolve) indis neglect, slight ; to mourn, pine,
soluble, firm, stable, binding. by Sync, grieve, fret.
, for

and
vincible,
quered.

neg.
-ov, b, %, (fr. a neg.

impregnable

against, and
to subdue) in-

-, b,
;

»%
uncon-

(fr. a
to
,3 .
Or, for
of
,, 6^
par. pres. mid. of

par. per. pass, of

*
Or,

sin. pres. opt. pass, of


-,
(20)
par. per. pass,
for
mid. of

,
pper.
Att. for

per. mid. of oxoiu.


or
Att. for
inf.
per. ind.

%
par.

, , -, , a neg. and
//,
(fr. , -, ~, same as . ,- -,',,
AKO
(fr. neg. and

,-,^}},
, . ,
, ', , , ), , .
spotless, pure.
-, , same
to soothe) implacable, in
exorablc, vindictive.

to tarnish)

,
(fr. same, and
immaculate,

as
implacable.
-,

and
in vain, fruitlessly.
b, , (fr.
to overtake )not to be over-
taken, unattainable, out of reach
neg. and

(fr. last)
inflexible,

see
or

-,
Att.
to bend)
unbending, unyielding

~, the
spine, the backbone, the back.
-,

,, ,
and Poet, or (fr. c (fr. to feign a re A-koji, -, , and Dor. -as,
neg. and to gape) silently, fusal, refuse what is wished, to a, (fr. to hear) hearing,
mutely; quietly, calmly, be coy,

,, , .
stilly, listening; the ear; rumour, re-
placidly. -,
b, (fr. same) coyness port relation, account, news ; at

,

and -, b, , false shame, affectation, refusing tention, obedience.


,
same, and Kcoau to mix' what wished for.

,
(fr. is Ion. for 2 a. pass.
unmixed, pure, unadulterated,
}
-, %,Acco, a woman, whose 2 f. pass, of
inviolate, untouched. Or (fr. ( silliness gave rise to the two -, b, ", (fr. a neg. and

,, ,
neg. the heart, and ma• former expressions. to lull) sleepless, waking,
lice) sincere, true, honest. Also -,
b, a, Dor. for watchful, inextinguishable.
a neg. and death) im- -, b, , neg. and -, ,

,
(fr. (fr. b, (fr. same,
mortal, undecaying, perpetual, a lot) portionless. and to impart) incom-
-, b, municable

, ,
everlasting. or ~,
; not to be shared, im-
-, b, , (fr. neg. and (fr. a neg. and to bewail) parted, told; unsocial, soli-
the heart) heartless, dispirit-
/cijp unwept, unlamented, unmount- tary.

, ,
ed; lifeless, dead. Also (fr. a
neg. and

,
fate) immortal, ever-
lasting; enlivening, animating;
ed, unhonoured by funeral cere
monies.
3.,- -o,b,
,,
-ov, b, fi, Dor.
(fr. a coll. and
-a,
a bed)
a husband, a married person of

, , , , ,
undecaying, safe, unhurt.
(fr. next) without a
herald, unproclaimed, not
lemnized.
so-

-, , , (fr. a neg. and


(fr. same, and

birth.
(fr.
fame) in.
glorious, mean, low in rank, or

-, -,
last) ingloriously.
and
either sex, a bedfellow.

same) a
-, Att.
wife, a bedfellow.
-,
to restrain)
f], (fr.
-, /J,

a neg. and
(fr.

,
irregularity,

,,
herald
to proclaim) not cried,
or proclaimed, unpublished by a

, obscure, not celebrated.


;

-
-, b, f), (fr. a neg. and
shut) unbarred, open.
-, f. -, -, p. (fi
to licentiousness,
temperance, excess.
-ov, b, ", (fr.
incontinence, in-

same) un -

,
Ion. for 3 pi neg. and a portion) to be chastised, undisciplined, licen-

.
from

,
pper. pass, by Att. redupl portionless ; to have no lot, share,
or inheritance ; to live in poverty,
tious, irregular; immodest, in-
temperate.

.
,, .•, , or Ion. for or obscurity.
-, ,
-, f. -, p.

,
3 pi. per. pass, of , same, and a follower)
-"~ b, (fr. (fr to

,
to call) not called, unin- follow, attend, accompany; to
or same as vited.
~ -, imitate, follow after, conform to,

,
, -, , ,
, , or

-
-, b, £,(fr. a neg. and

mixed with dross) un-


alloyed, clear, pure, sincere,
nest, incorrupt, innocent.
(fr. last) sincerely, ho-
ho-
and

right.
-, b, ,
(fr. same, and
wash) unwashed, not
to
b, ", (fr.
to lean) firm, steady,
unbending, resolute; fixed, up.
same obey, serve ; to pursue, perform,
discharge ; to reach
cessive train.

, g. pi. par.
1 a.
n.
1
to, in

inf. act.
pi.
a. act.
and --
a suc-

of last.

,
nestly, &c. overflown, or deluged, calm, un- -, -ov, (fr. same)
-, -bv, (fr. a neg. and ruffled. following, succeeding, conse-
-,
, ,
,
to
weak, infirm.
, -,-.,
,
sup.
move) unable to move,

b, (fr.
Comp.

a point,
f.

bloom of age) to come to


maturity, to bloom,fiourish, ripen.
it is time.
p. (fr. quent, proceeding from
ent, attentive.

-, f),

suit, chase ; attendance ; a reti-


(fr.
;

same) pur-
obedi-

,
and
ened ;
spear.

,, , an ear) pointed, sharp-


shaped like the head of a

-, b, a scimitar.
riant
-a, -ov,
blooming, vigorous; ripe, luxu-
; mature, perfect.
-,
b, (fr. same) bloom-
(fr. same) adult, nue, company, procession ; train,
series; consequence.
-, , ,
the road) a companion,
(fr. coll. and

,
, , ,
to
,
, -, b, , (fr. a neg.
danger) safe, secure, free

, , , .
from harm ; unfit for, or unable
bear danger.
(fr. last) in safety, safe-
and ing, flourishing, vigorous.

moment,
-, , a point, edge ; point,
time; flower,
critical
bloom, vigour, maturity of age;
highest degree of increase, or im-
follower, attendant; an acolylh,
or young priest.
congruous,
Adj. suitable,

pondent; consequent.
coincident,

3 pi. cont. pres.


corres-

ind.

,
ly, securely. provement. act. or d. pi. cont. par. pres.
-, b, , and-?7,-oi', Poet, Dor. for
1
act. of
and in fern, g. -, d. now, at this moment, yet, still. (fr. attend-
Dor. (fr. a neg. and -, bloom) ant) consequently, suitably.

,
-a, to b, ", (fr.

, ,
move) immoveable, firm, steady ; mature, full-grown ; fasting,
and
-ov, b, t), (fr.
swim)
a neg.

,
fixed, unmoved; undisturbed, at hungry, dry, thirsty. to that
rest. -,
, , (fr. a neg. and cannot swim, that will not float.

, -, , the stones of berries, to toil) unwearied, fresh, -, , (fr. same, and

. , , , , -,
&c. a plant. vigorous, strong. to regard) negligence,
and
-a, -ov, b, , -, , (fr. an an- carelessness ; want of equipage,
(fr. a neg. and a maggot) vil, and to set) the block provisions, &c.

,
uncorrupt, sound,

worm, and
-, -, (fr.
to flow) worm•
eaten; decayed, frail, weak.
whole,

a intens.
sup.

a
on which an anvil is set.

, -, b, Dor.
, , the son of Acmon.
-,
b, (fr. a neg. and
to weary) an anvil. ,
and
(fr. a neg. and
-ov, ,»;,
ostenta
tion) without boasting or osten•
tation.
-, b, '/, (fr. a neg. an.
(21)
, AKP AKP

,,- ,
ostentatious) unassum- (fr. to hear) to and to appear) bright,

,
ing, modest, unqualified.

whet,
-,
quicken, excite.
(fr. a whetstone)
sharpen, grind ; to ,hear,

-,
to

pres. impr. act.


listen,
invitation, to be invited.
sin.
to

and

attend on

-, 2
-
an

pi
clear, distinct; pure,
lively, active, swift.
-,
, , (fr. neg. and
to complete) imperfect,
unmixed;

,
-ov,b,
a thump) without blows,
, (fr. a neg. and

,.,
2 3 sin.
pi. pres.
and -,—-,
ind. act.
, .
,
unfinished, defective, fr ail ; vain,
fruitless, ineffectual.

,
,
unpunished.

whetstone.
-,
, a grinding-slone,
(fr. a neg. and dust) ,Ion. for
of
-, , same as
-, , , (fr.neg. and
pres.

.
inf. act.

,
see
-, ,
strength) inability to re-
strain the appetites ;

-
intempe-
(fr. neg. and

,, . ,
, ,
without toil, easily, readily. to shave) unshorn, untrim- rance, excess ; incontinence, un-

,, ,
-,
to, the herb aconite, med, rough, unseemly ; beard- chastity.
or monkshade; poison. less. Or (fr. Ion. for f. (fr.

,,
fr. a youth) childless. intemperate) act intemperaie-
-, •. to

,, . -, (fr. ,
a dart)
serpent, called in Latin Jaculus.
f. -, p. -,
-
-,
(fr.
pass, of
see

(fr. next) to force, com-


-, 1 a. par.
,-,
ly,

,-
to live dissolutely ;
indulge, pamper.

solute, intemperate.
,
to exceed,

q,(fr. last) dis-

,
-,
h
same) to throw the javelin; to
hurlf dart, discharge. 1 a.
Ion.

a smaller kind
-, ,
(dim. of same)
javelin, &c.
-,
,
pel.
to act
to be forced ;
unwillingly, be reluctant
to shun, avoid, loathe, decline.

neg. and
-, , , and -, -tov,
willing) unwill-
(fr.

,and
-,
strength) unable to
curb the appetites, intemperate,
dissolute, debauched, unchaste.
-, ,
b,

y),
,

(fr.
(fr.

same, and
neg

, ,, ,
-,
Att. , (fr. ing, involuntary, loathe, discon- to restrain) not to be

, a dart) a throwing of the


javelin, darting, hurling, shoot-
ing ; a volley.
-, , Dor.
tented, reluctant.

luctantly.
(fr. last)

-,
unwillingly, re-

,
,
checked, restrained, or kept with-
in bounds; ungovernable, licen-
tious.

,
rb, (fr; to (fr. unmixed
-, , and
(fr. same) a javelin-man, a lan-
-, , hear) a hearing, the thing heard,
a sound fame, report.
wine)
breakfast.
to carouse, indulge; to

;
-, ,

,. - ,
cer,

,
,
weapons.

,
who is armed with missile

clever at the dart; sup.


-, -bv, (fr. same) ed.
-a, -ov, (fr. same) that
must be heard, attended to, obey-

-, b, (fr. same) an au-


(fr. same)
breakfast : an early meal taken
by those who cannot restrain
their hunger.

, ,
ditor, hearer, scholar. -ov, b, (fr. last)

, , -,, (fr. same) dex- -, -bv, (fr. same) re- who breakfasts, having break-
terity in
lin ;

,
a
using the dart, or jave-
trial
with missile weapons.
of skill, or a fight
lating to hearing, or sound
ening, attentive, obedient.
-, b, , (fr. same)
; list-

to be
fastea.
-,
pure or unmixed wine.
, (neut. of next)

, and

,, , . ,
dy. ,
^

actively.

^,
,
-, , ,
(fr. a neg.
fatigue) unweaned,
fresh, vigorous, able, active, har-

, , -, , , see
(fr. last) vigorously,
heard, audible, distinct.

same)
attend.
&c.
f.
to

p.
f.

-,
1
-,
cause
f.

hear ;
to hearken or listen to, attend
Att.
p.
to hear, to

to
make
-7,
(fr.
simple ;
-,

perfect, complete, just.

, >),

?) anger)
(fr.

-,
Dor.
b, ,

for
(fr.

to mix) unmixed, pure,


unsullied, untouched ;

•\, -,
neg. and

extreme, and
irascible, passionate.

'- ,
-, , , and Poet. /*- to comprehend, learn, under- b, (perhaps fr.

, , ..,,
,. ,
. ,
or

dy, ravenous, voracious.


and
(fr.
to satisfy) insatiable, gree-
neg. and

-ov, b, »/,
stand ; to regard, obey ; to be
called, or said to be. imp. act.

opt.
la. Ion.
high, and to hang)
a large branch, or arm of a tree;
a bough ; a shoot, sucker.
(fr. extreme, and

.:. ,
same, and sweep)
.
-, -' par. evening) late in the even-

,
JR61.

.
(fr• to

. ing, dusk.

., -
unswept, unbrushed, unpolished, per. pass, 1 a.
dirty, neglected. 1 2 a. -, , Ion. for
.
f.

, - -,
-, , the herb sweelcane,

.. .
act.

.
ind. 2 f. ind. act.
treme, and
-, , , (fr.
' ex-
youth) young,

,
cr galingale. 1 f. ind. mid.
to 2 sin. Ion. boyish, childish.

,,
rb, (fr.

, -, , -, Ion. for

,
cure) a cure, medicine, remedy; per. mid. Att. 2
expiation, atonement. mid. (fr. unmixed,
-, , , (fr. a neg. and
f.

-,
,
-ov, par. pres. act. and drink) strong drink;
— drinking plain wine; a drinking
adorn) unadorned,

, 3
to pi. pres. sub. act.

,^
plain, not ornamented.
-, , same, and
(fr.
order) want of ornament,
of last.

,
height,
-, , (fr.
summit, eminence; a fort,
highest) a

,
bout.

toper, drunkard.
-, b, (fr. same) a

, . ,
plainness, simplicity ; irregula- citadel, fortress ; a cape, pro- -ov, b, , (fr. a neg. and
rity, confusion, disorder, tumult. montory ; beach, shore; extre- to mix) unmixed, pure,

,
-ov, , >/, (fr. same) plain, mity, verge. plain; sincere, honest, innocent,

, - -,
unadorned; irregular, disorder- Poet, for chaste.
ly, undisciplined, tumultuous. b, , (fr. f. -, p. -, (fr.

high) high, elevated, on an emi- exact) to examine, try,

,
(fr. last) disorderly, dis-
gracefully, indecently. nence ; on the surface, superfi- prove, inquire, search, scrutinize.
-,

, ,
-, fr. (fr. next) to cial. -,
, (fr. same) exa-
-, , , same) high- mination, trial, scrutiny, search;

,
feed on barley ; pamper, fat-
to (fr.
ten. est, loftiest; extreme, last. Or a limit, boundary, restriction.

-, , barley, food in ge- (fr. a fort) of the castle. -, , (fr. same) exact-

neral, victuals. --^, , (fr. same, ness, accuracy, nicety.


(22)
. ;

,
, , comp. sup. of , -iv, o,(fr. same) askir-
. ,
,
cliff, comp.
AKT
sup. mxnt

, , ,, ,
~fot -»3f| //, accurate, « ,tixlur, light-armed soldier.

',
exact, nice, correct, strict, rigid ;
per/at, finished, complete. and
-, (fr. extreme,
to cover) to have not
-ov,
wise) a complete pttilcM.
b, (fr. last, and

, -, , (fr. last, and been circumcised, pher ; (dl-uise, sage.


law) of law, rigid, -, , same) -, ,
,
strictness (fr. the (fr. same) n
foreskin, or prepuce unciicum- promontory
right.

/ -, (fr. same, cision.


; height,
or outward part.
; an extremi-

,
ty,
and
curately
to count) count ac-
enumerate, define, circumcised.
-ov, 6, (fr. same) un- -,, same)
(fr. height;
summit ;

,
; to the top, ridge, perfec-

,.
describe, discuss. -a, -ov, (fr. tion, completion

(fr.

to

,
explore;

, ,
-,

to
f. -,
exact) to search out,
inquire diligently; to examine,
learn accurately,
to know thoroughly ; to finish,

,
complete, execute in a masterly
p. extreme, and
coin) at the corner of the founda-
tion, of the corner or foundation ;
the lowest,

extreme, and
fundamental.
-, ,
a corner or

(fr.
a finger)
see
-,

-, , .
a sinew) a wart.
-, ,
b,
to cut) precipitous, steep
rough, rugged, abrupt, craggy.
, (fr.

(fr.
same, and

same, and
;

',
, ,,
manner. the thumb. Dor. for g. of
same) diligently, ac- -, , (fr. same, and

,,
(fr. b, (fr. ex-
curately, exactly. an oak) acorns, mast, nuts, treme) on end; the extremities of
-, , and berries.

,
(fr. next, the limbs.
$< to catch) a trap to catch
Sh
-, rd, (fr.
or $iv, sand heaped on the
same, and (fr. high) on the sur

,
locusts. face, superficially, slightly, light-
-,
, -,
-, Att. -. ,
fi,
cases of
the locust.

,$ ,-,
shore) a heap of corn, the first
fruits of it ; a heap of spoils,
that part of them dedicated or of-
ly.
f. -, -, p. (fr.

,
(fr. a fragment) to cut rff
high) a summit, ridge, or top of fered. the extremities; to maim, lop,
a mountain ; a cliff, crag. -, , , same, mutilate.

,
(fr.

-,
fi, (fr. un- and the breast) tipsy, b, (fr. last) am-

,
want jf judgment or warm-hearted, full to the throat.

',
tried) dis- putation ; maiming, lopping, mu-
crimination, confusion, uncer- -, (fr. same, and tilation, disfiguration.
tainty. black) to have a black -ov, to, (fr. the
-, b, , (fr. next, and hue, to be black externally; to extremity) apiece cut off; a lop-

, ,
speech) hasty in language, look dark, or sternly, to frown. pingf a fragment; a wreck; the
indiscreet in speech, rash, imper- -a, -ov, (fr. same, extremity, end ; a pinnacle, bat-
tinent. and

, , darkness) evening, ment ; prow, beak, ornament


tle

, .
-ov, a neg. and
;, (fr. twilight, dusk. of ships.

,
to judge) rash, hasty, in- -, b, (fr. same, and -, , Aetata, the name of
considerate ; irreg u!ar, perplexed, the hair) long-haired ; with a nymph.

, ,,
confused, indistinct ; boundless, sprtudin g foliage. and -a, -ov, (fr.

, - -,
extreme ; untried, not judged, see the shore) on the shore,
who has not pleaded. , (fr.same, near the coast, maritime.
-, b,{],
a leaf) with branches in-
(fr. last,and and
distracted, outrageous.
to
b,

be mad) mad, -ovo?,and


-, , (fr. to break)
-^,^.
terwoven, intertwined, leafy. -, , (fr. same, and coast, shore, strand, beach; a
-, b, , (fr. same, for the teat) a rock, reef, cliff; grain, corn; the

', -, , ,-,
,
and to mix) indiscrimi- nipple. elder tree.
nately mixed,
in confusion.

,
rashly ;
(fr. same)
huddled together

indistinctly, confusedly ;
unjustly, without
indiscreetly,
,
,
tip,
end.
summit;

Ion.
-,
for
,
(fr.

edge,
same)

same, and A kWv, and


(fr.
a ship) the ^sunbeam
the top,
extremity;

, .,
gent, needy.
b,
to possess) poor, indi-

, -,
fj, (fr.

f\, a ray, a

a flash, brightness
neg. and

,
trial. ;

- -, prow, head, or stem of a ship.

,
rb, (fr. next) a Ion. for d. pi.
sound, a voice; that which is -, b, »/, (fr. , -ov, see

, same, and
heard, or listened to as a play, grief) extreme- Aquila, a man's

,-. - ,
; -ov, b,
a musician, &c. ly sad, mournful, dispirited. name.
-, -:, f. p. (fr. same, and the -, b, , (fr. a neg. and

,
tend, obey. par. pree.

-,
to hear, listen;

Att.
last) hearing, listening ; an hear-
-,
to at-

$, (fr.
foot) on tiptoe.

same, and
a citadel, a
-,

-,
city.
Att. -,
a city) a

same, and
), (fr.
castle, ,
,
to roll) that will not roll,
cannot be rolled ; steady, firm.

, -,
b, the acorn of the Ilex,

or scarlet oak.
-, and -,
,
b, fj, (fr.
ing, an audience ; attention, obe- to be) elevated, lofty, tow- b, , (fr. a neg. and a wave)

,-,,
dience, respect.

,
,
audience-chamber, a public
or court.
-, b,
(fr. same) an

same) an au-
hall,
,ering, high ; on high, on
summit; turning, or revolving
above, reaching to the pole.
-, b, >/, (fr.

to pierce) piercing, sharp,


same, and
the calm, unruffled.
-,
to be with child) barren.

void,
-, f.
and
b,f], (fr.

-, -, p.
same, and

(fr.

speak)

,
(fr. to
ditor, a hearer, scholar.
(fr. high, and ,-,
pointed.
>'/, (fr. same, and
to speak incorrectly, improperly,
or without authority.

or dart,

^,
eminence
to skirmish.
to throw)
in volleys, or
; to fight

-, ,
to shoot, throw,
from an
with missiles

(fr. last)
;

a
, the foreskin) the foreskin,
or prepuce ; the gland, or nut.
-a, -ov, high, elevated, lofty,
topmost ; raised, or drawn to a
point, sharp; extreme, outward,
force or
-ov, b,

-,
,
force) void, invalid, of no
effect ; vain, ineffectual ;
obsolete, abrogated, null.
f. -,
(fr.

p.
a neg. and

,(.
shower of weapons, a volley ; a external; perfect, consummate, same, and to confirm) /*

skirmish, skirmishing. finished, sub. a height, summit, abrogate, revoke, repeal, an nul
(23)
,
, , ,
-, , . ,, (same as ) the to speak) inexpressible, -, ,
-,
-,