An Universal Etymological English Dictionary Volume 2

An Universal Etymological English Dictionary Volume 2

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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. 1737 edition. Excerpt: ...Legs or Sides only equal, and the third is called the Base. ISPED, dispatched. 0. ISPENDED, considered. 0. IS'RAEL ttf-ir- of m W he acted the Prince, and 5&1 God, Heb. i. e. prevailing in the Lord a Name given to the Patriarch Jacob. IS'SACHAR-0tfI/ of "OW k hired, H. i. e. Wages a Son of Jacob by Leah. IS'SUANT in Heraldry is when a Lion er other Beast n drawn in a Coat of Anns just issuing out as the Bottom Line of any Chief, Fesse, &c. F. IS'SUE, a Passage or Outlet; aa Event or End. IS'SUE in Late are Children begotten between Man and Wife; also Profits from Fines, or of Lands and Tenements; also a Matter depending on Suit. To IS'SUE Aar/. to stream cr spnng.forth, to come out. To CSUE firth Ail. to publish or disperse abroad; also to difturse. ISSUES in Pharmacy small artificial Apertures in a fleshy Part of the Body, to drain off superfluous Moisture, or give Vent to some noxious Humour. ISTALLED, placed. 0. ISTH'MIAN Gamei, certain Games held every sixth Year in the Isthmus of Corinth, by tie ancient Greeks. BTH'MUS isthme, F. of Mfio'c, Gr. a little Neck or Part of Land joining a Peninsula to the Continent. ISTH'MUS among Anatomists' are such Parts as in their Situation have any Resemblance to an Ijlbmus of Land; as that Part which lies between the Mouth and the Gullet 5 and the Ridge that separates the Nostrils, fg.e. ISTOCKED, put in the Stocks. Cb. 1STOND, stood. Chaucer. ISTRAINED, tied dose. 0. ISWONK, laboured. Chaucer. IT hit, Sax. tytt, Dit. id, . that Thing. ITAL'IAN Italiaue, F. of Italicus, ITAL'ICK J belonging to Italy. ITAL'ICK. Letter among Printers that Letter which stands not upright, but leaning. ITALY Italia, L. a famous Country in Europe. ITCH, a certain Disease of the Skin. To ITCH, to...show more

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  • Paperback | 544 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 28mm | 962g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236553624
  • 9781236553621