A Latin-English and English-Latin Dictionary; For the Use of Schools

A Latin-English and English-Latin Dictionary; For the Use of Schools : Chiefly from the Lexicons of Freund, Georges, and Kaltschmidt

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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. 1859 edition. Excerpt: ...vulgatus, pertajatua; ordinary), usitatua, consuetus, quotidiaDus; (mean), plebeiue, vilie; (of sacrrd), profanus; fl. Ufe, vita quotidinna: no mind, hand mediocre internum; to makec. ause with one, concilia jungere i um alqo; in c, communiter, promiscue; the c. p-'ple, plebe, plebeii; vulgus; plebecula; a comi.i-mplactbook, adversaria, commentnrius; a scwi r. cloaca; a c. soldier, mil!s gregarius; to btcomt c, iilgo fieri; to lie c, incuHum jacere; to make c, divulgare, in medium alTcrrc; of the c. sort, gregarius, plebeiue; it is very c, pervulgatumest; with c. con"if, communiter, communi suflragio or consensu, riioeorditer. COMMON, subst. (common pasture), agcr comPmcuu9, pnscuum publicum. COMMONAGE, subst., jus compascuum. COMMONALTY, subst., plebe, plebeii; (iAe many), multitudo. COMMONER, subst., plebeiue, homo de plebe. COMMONLY, adv., vulgo, vulgoriter, fere, magnil ex parte. COMMONNESS, snbst. (cguajparticipation among many), communio; (frequency), i'requentia. COMMONPLACE, adj., vulgaris, tritue, contritue. COMMONS (allowance), subst, demeneum; short commons, demeneum tenue; (a living at the same table), convictus: to live in commons, conviverc. COMMONS (House of), subst., eenatus inferior. COMMONWEAL, COMMONWEALTH, subst., r.spublica; eenatus populusque; to rob the comvionwraUh. publicara pecuniam compilare, pcculari. depecular!. COMMOTION, subst., commotio, molus, seditio, tumultua, turba; to stir up a commotion, tumultuar!, tumultua excitare. COMMOVE, to, commovero, turbare, disturbare. COMMUNE, to, nlqd cum alqo commuuicare; de idqa re colloqui, confabulan. COMMUNICABLE, adj., quod cum alqo communicari potest. COMMUNICANT, subst., qui ad encrammensam...show more

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