A Dictionary, Spanish and English, and English and Spanish; Containing the Signification of Words and Their Different Uses Together with the Terms of Arts, Sciences, and Trades Volume 1

A Dictionary, Spanish and English, and English and Spanish; Containing the Signification of Words and Their Different Uses Together with the Terms of Arts, Sciences, and Trades Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1809 edition. Excerpt: ...E-pondilio, s. m. a aow parsnip. Esponja, s. f. a sponge; (me taph.) who gains another's friendship, and lives upon his property.--Piedta esponja, pumice stone. Espcnjado, adj. spongy, that will suck liquor 'ike a sponge, or that has. sucked in liquor. Esponjadura, s. f. soaking. Esponjarse, v. r. to grow spongy, to suck in liquor; (mr taph.) to jrow proud, vain, and hau.hty. Esponjoso, adj. spongy, that will suck in liquor. Esponsales, s, m. pi. espousals; the contract of betrothing. Espontaneamente, adv. spontaneously, voluntarily, of one's own accord. Espontaneo, adj. voluntary, of one's own accord. Eponton, s. m. the spTke which captains carry. Esportear, v. a. to carry out in baskets, or measure by baskets. Espc-rtico, s. m.? a little bas Evportilla, s. f. ) ket. Esportillero, s. m. a porter that plies wi h a basket; also a basket maker. Esportillo, s. m. a basket to carry home necessaries from market. Esporton s. m. a great basket. Esportula, s. f. a fee paid to the officers of justice, Esposa, s. f a spouse, a bride.--Pspvsas, s. f. pi. fett-rs, ' manacles, shackles, or hand-cuff for prisoners. Eposayas, s. f. pi. (obs.) a w dding. sposo, s. in. a spouse, a bridegroom..., Espotatico, adj. (obs.) free, vo'untary. Espueln, s.f. a spur; (ipetaph.) advice.--entar la espuela, f. to be grateful, or sensible of the advice.--Espuelas, para el Deb, skajts to slide on the ice. ESQ--F.spuela de cabalUro, the herb cumfrey, good against Duxes.--J-m6zo de espuela, a lackey, a footman.--Tenet las espuelas cdzadas, to be ready for a journey.----Dar de espuelas, to spur a horse--Arrimar las espuelas, to spur; to nress on an affair, that goes but slowly, Espuerta, s. f. a great basket. Espulgadero, s. m. the place here to go to kill fleas. Espulgador, s....show more

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  • Paperback | 450 pages
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  • English
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  • 1236529200
  • 9781236529206