Barat's Pronouncing, Etymological, and Pictorial Dictionary of the English and of the Bengali Language; English to English and Bengali, Bengali to Bengali and English Volume 1

Barat's Pronouncing, Etymological, and Pictorial Dictionary of the English and of the Bengali Language; English to English and Bengali, Bengali to Bengali and English Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ...3. To pretend, to show pretext.--v. n. To shew colour; to blush. (L. color.) Col'-our-a-ble, a. Having a fair appearance; designed to conceal. H Com'-et, -. (Astron.) A member of the solar system with a very eccentric orbit and a nucleus surrounded by a coma or hairy-like appearance and a lumin-Comet, ous tail. (Gr. Jcometes, long-haired--kome, hair.) Cji I Com'-e-tar-y, a. Pertaining to a comet. Com-et-og'-ra-phy, -. A description of, or a treatise1 concerning comets. Com'-fit, i n. A dry sweetmeat; Com'-fit-ure, 'a confect. (Fr. confit, confiture--L. eonficio.) s ftittftft5" Com'-fort, v. a. To strengthen; to relieve from pain or distress; to cheer, to console. (Fr. conforter--L. con, and fortis, strong.) solation inwardly felt or applied to the case of the sufferer /--hence, the verb to solace denotes the using of things for the purpose of affording relief under sorrow or suffering. Com'-fort, n, 1. Strength; relief; encouragement; ease. 2. A state of quiet enjoyment; freedom from annoyance: whatever gives ease, enjoyment, fcc. "tfY, Syn.--To cheer; solace; console; revive; encourage; enliven; invigorate; inspirit; gladden; recreate; exhilarate; refresh; animate; confirm; strengthen. To Comfort, Console, Solace. Console is confined to the act of giving reJjef to the mind under affliction or sorrow, and points to some definite source of that relief. Comfort points to relief afforded by the communication of positive pleasure, as well as the diminution of pain. Solace is from solatium, which means con Syn.--Comfort, Consolation. Comfort has two meanings, fa.) Strength and relief received under affliction, (b.) Positive enjoyment of a quiet permanent nature together with the sources thereof. Consolation points to...show more

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  • Paperback | 42 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236573536
  • 9781236573537