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atos cloth colour conj dress fellow fish hair herb indecl interj ment ness ñí ntos one's oỡ opos ovos prep pron s. f. a female s. f. want s. m. a person s. n. a little s. n. a small s. n. pl ship sort stone tion tree v. a. to break v. a. to cut v. a. to give v. a. to take v. a. to turn v. n. to become v. n. to go v. n. to speak wild wine ἀπὸ ας ατος άω δὲν διὰ δν εἶναι εἰς τὸ ες έω εως ης ητος ίδος καὶ κατὰ μὲ νὰ ον ονος ου τὰ τὴν τῆς τὸν τοῦ τῶν
Σελίδα 372 - :-//•. où, s. ni. tenesmus, a continual inclination to go to stool without being. able to void any thing.
Σελίδα 3 - AB. .¿Л . a, alpha, is the first letter of the Greek alphabet, and corresponds with the English A. It is generally pronounced hard and open, as in fat fier. When used as a numeral, a. stands for 1; ¿for 1000. In Rev. I: 8, 11, it signifies the beginning. A, often denotes negation от privation ; as aójelo« , invisible ; from a negative and ¿¿aró«, risible.
Σελίδα 261 - ... omicron, is the fifteenth letter of the Greek alphabet, and as a numeral stands for seventy. In form, sound and power it agrees with o in English. It has sometimes a more open sound as in go, and at other times a shorter sound as in not. These two...
Σελίδα 248 - Cut oil' the neck, strike the back. Nir.,,., S. n. Í theback thebuttockg. NWTOC, a, I. Ш. } NwTofiopo(, or, adj. carrying on the back or shoulders. , ¿[/ч- or «ч», бцг, vn to be slow and lazy at work. , £, xi, the fourteenth letter of the Greek alphabet is uniformly pronounced as x in English. As a numeral £ stands for sixty.
Σελίδα 370 - Z, t sm a scarf, a veil. i'X«,, adv. perhaps, may be. This word is often used when no corresponding one is adopted in English, as rá^aí!
Σελίδα 179 - КаЛох<нта£»г, a or о», £л, va to view with a favorable eye, to look favorably on, to look at attentively.
Σελίδα 184 - ... sn J bowl used by shepherds for milking their flocks, a milkpail, a fourth part, a quarter.
Σελίδα 416 - ... vn to be bilious, full of bile, have bile, to be hot, pettish, angry, enraged, in choler, to pout, be incensed.