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VTOODi J.RICHARDSON; HARDING, & Co.; A. K.NEWMAN, & Co.;

EN SIMPKIN k MARSHALL.



1824.

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Cedrukt le Cain»>erweU door J. B. G. Vof el,
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Trtanlpl



27s VBR

TrMtar^t ftlud, VemUrH

itaie, a^J. mm dt

Tr»BtUr*ate, e. Etwf n btrgen
IVaaiilTUdM, iah. £c««ii-

TreTM, c4t. lV<«r
]nrfl{lM, lab. Trofaam
Tro|«a, adj. Trojoanteh
Troy, cit. Trojt
TvrcolBMto, pr. Tmretmamii
Tarkej , enp. mrA4i;9
Tarkish, aiQ. TkrJbeA
Taac«n, iah. Toskmau
Tuscan, a4i. TMiUiaiMe*
Tatcaoy, d. ro#t«Mn
Trre, dt. IV~
Tyrian, a4}. rO'Hfc*



▼ AL, rank for ValcntiiM
Valau. c. IfkUU, Waltukmd
Valenciennes, ciu Valeneifn
Valenttne, n. m. Fdk«i(M
Valentinian^D. m. Val^ntinim

OHHt

Valerian* n.n. VaUritmui
▼alteline,c. ValMtma
Vtiidals, inh. Vamdalm,Wn'

d«n
VandaUa,c.raiiia<ra
Vttviatpr. WmtmtUmd
Pays de Vaad, pr. H Waai^

Su Ubes. dt. 8t, Vhei^tuval
Odina, du Wt^jd**
Venedan, adj. Vtueiiaanseh
Venice. dUFfiMta
Cape Ferde, d« Kaap Verdt
Cape Ferde islands, d« Zowft

Fersalllcs, cit.Frr«aI;«i



WHI

Fespaaiaa, ».in.F««|M«lMiil I
Flanden , cit. ViftmiiUi
Flenna, cit. Mmsn
Flncent; a. b. riacMliiif |
Flrr 11, n. m. VirgUimt
Firffinla,pr.Ftrfimi
Flstala, r. WeUMl
Ukraine, pr. Neder-Volk^jnil
Ulplan, n. m. Vlpianu$
Umbria, c. Vmbrien
FoIbynia,pr. VelhUna
Urban, n. n* Vrbantu
Urlab, n.ffl.f/ri<u



unsn, n

Ursallnes, rel. Un^intn
Usbant,isl. Heijsant
Vulcan, b. d. Vuieamut



Uzalab, a.iB. Usriaf



W.



_ A6RIE, pr. WatertoMd
Walacbia,_pr. WaUachiji*
Wales, c. WaUe$
Walloon, inb. Waal
Walter, n. m. Woater
Waradin.cit. Wardtijn,
Warneton, cit. Watttm
Warsaw, cit. Wartchaim
Wat, fan. for Walter
Welch, a(U.fFaI«c4
West, s. U Wetten
The Western isles, dtVlaam'

$che tilamdf
Wesmania, pr. Wetttiumii
Westminster, dt. fFeXman-

iter
Westphalia, c. Weitphalen
Westpballan, inb Wtstpka-



Ibtger
Westpballan,



a4i. W9$t'



pk

WetteraYia, pr. Wotttraw
Weymoatb, dt. W«\jiit>iijen



Hie WUte sea, tf« WiUt get

yi\m\kWUUWtgt

Win. WUly, Cuufor WUliaa«

WUUaj&TS'm. IF1U«M« IF»>

hebmnt
Wllllanistadtcit. Wittewuiud
WUna. cit.lFili/aw
Win,fani.for Winifred
Windemurk, pr. fFitwiiteA-

Winifred, n. w. Winifreda '



X.



AlfTiPPEJD.w.JEm<i/>p«
Xarier, n. m. Xavienu
Xicoce, isl* Tohot$i
Xlmo . isl. Bonto



X ARMOUTH, cit. Jar-
mtutk, Jarmmijtn
Yesd, cit. Jeued
Yla, isl. na
Ypres, dt. Ypertn



i^ACHARY, Zachariab, n.

m. Zoekariai
Sealand, pr. Zeeland
Sedeklah, n. m. Zedekiat
Cephanlah, n. m. Ztpkat^a.

Zepkanitu
Zninrllans, rel. Zwingliamtn
The Lake of Coricb, dt Zw

riekerxtt 1
Zweybruck, cit* Twcebruggen



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SCK

Tit^Btbinn, inh. deSMfMM
Sadducean, a<jU. Saduteeteh
SadteeecM, reT. SadduetH*
Sal, Sallj, fam. .for Sarak,
Sala^n&Ml [«uM;«

Sallast, n. m. Sallustina
SimJ&vmmi, fant.forSaarael
Samaria, lu StmarH
Samarifaas, TBhSanutriiatun
SaaiofciUa, pr. ^amogitii
Samoiedes, inb. SamojedeH -
Sfotiff Um, for Alcxioder '
SandYliet, cit. ZandvUet
Saracens, hist. Saruzijnen

Sarah, n. w. Sara
SarbracJ^,, ci£. Saarbruggen
Sanlam, iAuZatardam
Sardinia, iti. SdrdhiiH
Sardinian, Inh. ^rdhiier
Sardinian, adj. AMr(ftiw0&
Sargaemlnes, cIt. Saarge-

mund
SiiroMillia, c. Sartnqtd
Sarmatians.inh. de Sarmdttn
Saturn, b. d. Saiumut
Satv^nine, n. m. Saturninu'f
Savoy, d. Savoije
Saxon, adj. Saxiach
Saxons, inh. Saxen
Saxony, c- At«ni> Setixn h i u f
Lower Saxony, c. ffeder"



it. Alexandrette



Scandroon. cit. jnexanareiie
Scandinaria, c. Scandinatle
Scandinariao, ad^ Soemdina*

Scarpe, r. Schafp
SchMhoHiefCU.Sihaffhausm
The Scilly islands, (f«5orim-

gen
Sciavooia, pr. SclavonSi
Scot. Inh. Sehot
Scotch .Scottish ,adj.^(;Ad<MA
Scotia^coUaod, c. Schotland
ScoUsts, rei. ScolMen
Scythia, c. Sdjthien
Scythlao, a^. Scijthiseh
The Scythians, inh. de Scij-

then
Sebastian, n. m. Sel/astiaan.

Bastiaan
Segeswar, clt. Settburg
Semlgalia, pr. Semigallen
Senegal, r. Senegaal
Septentrion, »,UNoorden
Septentrional, adj. Ifoordsek
Serrla, pr. Strvii
Seville, «it. Stvim
Sbeemess,cit. Seheeruet
Shepey, ii 1. Sehapei
Schetland, Isl. HUland
Schetland Islands, Hitlmd'
tchi eitanOen



SWI

Shf epftliire, fu H Umiickap

Siberia, c.SUeHI
Siberian, md^k Siberuch

Sidonian, a^j. Sidoniuh .
SIglsAitiiiS, m tt. S^imun*

Silelfa, d. 9ileHe

filesian, a(^. SUl'etUck
im. fam* for Mmoo and
' Simeon

Sirias, t. 4W honde star
Bleswick, elt. SM$vHk
Sluice, «<t.9I«i;> ^
Bocinianisn^ s. 'I Soeini^

nendom
8ocinian8,rel. Shcinianen

8olears,clt. Sohthurn
Solfaterra, near Napias. 1^1-

canushoj
Sophia, cU.&n. w. Sofia
Sophy, fam. S6t Sophia
The Sound, tr. d> ZoWd
Sonth, s. H Zuidt%
Spain, k. SpanSi



TRA



nr



faard



Spain, k. SpaHji
Spai^ifd, Ihb. Sttaiu'aai
Spadn, adj. SpdtMtth
Spartan, inh. i^r«an
Spartan, ad(. Sp^laaHtek
Sbaw.clt. Spa
The Splcte islands, de Spe-

eereti eiUmden
Sprre,clt. Spiei-
Stablo, dt. Slovilo
TheStagirit^ ArUMeUt
.8m«to isiQnd, Sttden eiUtnd
'smH,M. St, Enstatius
Steenwick,«U. Steenwiik
Stephen, n. m. Steven, Sle-

phanue
Stetin, clt« StettiM
Stlria, |xr. Stieni^rk
Strasbargh, cit. STtraattburg
I Stygian, a<U. StifgUck
Sudermania, d. Suderman-

land
Soe, Sakey,fam.for Susannah

Santje
Sant, cit, Surntte
Surinam, c. Surinamt
Surrey, pr. Suroijen
Sussannab, n. w. Susanna
Swabia, c. Zwaben
Swabian, inh. Zioaab
Swablan, adj. Zwaabtch
Swede, inh. Zwetd
Sweden, k. Zweden
Swedish, adi. Zweedeeh
Swiss, a<U. ZwUzertek
Swiss, Switzer, Inb. ZwUzer
^yriii,clu Schweitf



Switstriaad» c. ZwUtertand

Sylvan, n.m. Silvanut
8kacine»> cit* Syraemea

fynkeasaa,adk SfpraeutUck
yria, c. SUti^
Syiiact i> ^ SifriMh
SyHan, inb. Sifrier
Syrian, acQ. 5^'ri«cA



-■. ABLE BAYjVuTafelJfmai
Table hill, m. de Taftlberg
Taborites, rel. Toborieten
Taffy, fiam. for Da^
Tagas.r.TMr
The Tarpeian rock, de berg

Tarptjme
Tarsus, clt. Tdr$o

taarsch
Tartary , c Tartaric
jAfkod^itAUdSee
T^rgouw, cit. &emda
T%VAt aastralis* '< Zmdiand
Terra del Fuego»c.'< Farm*

Tertolen, cit. Tkolen
Tei'^^rfe, clt. 7'er»eM-«, Tetife
Tertullian, n.m. TerUMUtnu*
TeiilMie, a<V* TtntenUek,
1 DuUtck
jThames, r. Teimt
'TbeattMs.rtiTk FAeoftiaeis ^
'Thebes, cit. 9nbc^
iTbeobald, n. ni. Thibout
I Theodore, n.m. TkeodorUs,

Tfiksttly, c. Theetalif
Thierry, n.ro.i>i»(«riik
Tbionvitle, cit. JHeden1iov(n
Thntce, c. rArocig
Thuringia. c. Duringen
Tiber, n Tljber
Tim , fam. tpr Timothy
Timothy, n.m. TtmolAeuf ,
Tobiah. Tobit,n. m. Tobias
Toby, ram. for Tobiab
Tom, Tommy, fam. for Tho-
mas
Tongres, cit. Tongeren
Tony, fam. for Aqtbony,

Toontje
Tor let fhlsUKoningtgeziuden
Tortuga, isl. *i yarktntei-,

Touroay, cit. DtfofMirik
Tracy, fam. for Theresa

Treetje
Tnjan, n..m. Tfajanut
TrajanopolUt cit. Trajan^-

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PBft



Occident, t. U westm
OccideDtai, adk waHtrtcA
Ohio, r. dt Sckaoiu r^riUr
Oliver, a.m,onvUr
Olympic, adj. Ol^'mpiHh
The Onlaads, pr. cf« Om»<-

lauien
OraHiire, cit. Orintfe
Oratorlans, rel. Kdrthniier*
TheOrcades,or OrkoftysJsl.

"de Oreadiseh* HtanOen
Oreaoque, r. Orenoca

grfent, 8. 1 Ooifen • ,
rientaj, a4i. Ootte**eh
OrUBdo, n.m, RoUmS
OsnaArock, cit. i}knMn^gen
Ostent, cic OMende
Ostro^othia^pr. ,Oost€t'O0t'
4 tana

Otho, ti. m. Otto
Ottoman, adf. Ottonunniich
Orid,'D. m. Ovidiuq
Owen, B. m. jflMttntu$



JiACtnc Oceato,<iejTWXe

ZuideZte
Paddy, fam. for Patrick
Padire, fam. for Mornry
Vpper Palitinate, or Palatl-

aate of Bavaria, Pattt^

Beijeren, Btijer-Palt0
Lower Palatinate, or Pafatl-

nate of the R1iliie,<ie Jii^-

Palestine, c. PaUttina
Paliu Meotis; vt.H MeotUeke

meer
Pamphilla, c. Pamphma
Pandaar, n. m. PaiUUjhu
PanQonla,c. Pannonti

Patagonia, c. Patagonti
Patrick, n. m.Pairieitu
Patty, fam. for Martha
The Patrimony of St. Peter,
c, ;< er/koed turn 8U Peirus
Paul, n. m. Pautu$
Pays de Yand, pr. Met Wood-

Peg. Peargy, fato. forMarga-

Pe agians, rel. Pelagianen
Pelasglan,' a4J. Oriekich
PennsylTanta, pr. PmtHvm-

Pergamus, cit. Pergamm
PerTpatetict. phn. n«votgers
^n ^riitottUt I



PYlt

Perlicli, ink. b«tM*trt mm d«

bevrozene luchUtrektn
Pernel, n. w. P«fr«iieMa
Penia, emp. PirrvJM
Persian, inh. Persiaan, pi.

d« Per$em
Persian. a4j. I>ertiteh
The GuHpb ofPersfa, de Per-

sUche Zeeboaem .
Perurlan, inh. PemvUM%
Pekiivlsn,«cy. Peruviagauih
Peter, n. », Piettr, Pttrut
PbaWwlcaI,«dj. Pkaristeteh
Pharisees, rel. Pharitein
Phenlcte, c. PkenlcH
Pbenlcian, inh. PAcikJeler -
Phenldan, aty. PJunlcisch
Phil, fam. forPhillis
Philip, n.m. Phittppnt, PHp
Tlw %Ulpplne glands, tk

PfcUlBtine, Inbi Pkllatifn
Phosphorai, s. de morgen*

star

Pfcardy,pr. Piedrd^-i
Pila,te, n. m. pilaiut
Pindftr, n. n. Pinitanu
P atonic, adj. PtatonUch
Pliny, n. m. Plinivt
PiynioBth, cit. Pl\f$n<mtkt
^Ptetmuiien
Poddlla, pr. Podolien ^
Polacbia,pr.Po(acAi2^
Poland, k. Polen
Pole, inh. Pool, Pctak
Polish, adj. Poo/w*

Pomeranis, pr. Pommeren
^ Poropey.n.ai. Pom/ejFiu
Porphyry, n. in. PorpMJrims
Port, Port6, Port-a-Port,cU.

Oporto
Port, f . Pofto-wUn
Portagal, k. Portugal
Portugal, Portuguese, h^ii,

Porhigpol, Poifugeee
Portuguese, ad|. Portugeeteh
Prague, cit. Procw* ,
Precop, cit, Perehop
Priam, n. m. Priamm
Pris. Prissy, fam. for Pris-

Prisclan, n. »; Priae%ann$
Propontfi, w. deZee vanMar'

mora
Proserpine, h. d. Proterpina
Provence, pr. Pnoenta
Prussia, k. Pmysnn
Prussian, inh. Piniiis
Prussian, a4J. PruGteUeh
Ptolemy, n. m. PtMemeus
Punto Oallo; cit. Puntegaien
Pyreneaio a4j^ Pi/rentesch ,



The Pyrenees, m. U Pijrm*

neetch gebergte
Pythagoreans, phiU Piftkm-

gorUche



a*



^ ^ JAXBRS, reh^Kwalket,
Quintillan, n. m. QuamtUia-

Quietists, rel. QutetUten
attedl{ngburgh,clt^iie(UtN^«



Ralph, n. m. Roelof
^•"•fcon* at. Retenelmrg
Rechabites, rel. ««?Ao*^«m
Recollects, rel. RecoHletten
The Red Sea, de Roode Zee
Reynold, n. m. Redout
Rhe, Isl. Re, St. Marten
Rhetia, c. Rhetii
Rhine, r. BJtijn r

Rhinelleld, oit. Rhei^fkid
Richard, n.m. Rijkiwd
The RIpbean mountains, H

Rlpheeeeh gebergte
Rban, cit. Rouaan
RoMn, Am. for Robert
S<4K9rf n.m. Rutger
Rodolpfa, n. m. Roelof
Roldilc, cit. Hertogenrade
Roman, inh. B«meCn
Roman, a(U. Romeituek^

Roomeeh *

Romania, pr. Romttnii
»,ome,c\t, Romen
Rosamond, n. ra. Rotemond
Rose, n. w. Rosa
Rosicruciatts, pfifl. broederr
^vanket Rozenl&uis
Rowland, n.m. Roelemd
Russia, emp. Rnsiand
Red Russia, c. Rood RnOoHd,

Klein Riutand
Russian, inh. Rus
Russian, ad]. Russ^eh
Ryswick, vfl. Rfjswijk



^ABJEANS, reUaanbldders
van de Slaxren



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LACCABEES, t. atUae-

Maccabeafl, n. w. Maixobtm
Macedonia, c. Mdeedouti
Macedonian,. lBh,Mmetdonier
lUcedoiUan, acy. MaetdO'

nUch
Madeira, laL Madura
Bfodeira, i . MatUra w\fn
Madg[e, fam. for Margery,

Mardalen, n. w. Magdalena
Magdebarr, cit. MM^rfm.

Ttae%raltf of Ma^eUaa, d«

Siraai Mogellanes
MaffBCsia, c. Mafttii
MafiomeUD, rel.ir«A»M<fa(m
Mahometan, adj. Mahomt'
" tmmmsth
Maine, r. Jlftin
Malay, 1. H MaUiisth
MalayJMalayan,inb.iira/e*/«r
Malacbl, n. m. Malaekias
The Maidires, IrI. de MqldU

vesehe eilanden
Malta, isl. MtUtha
Maltese, adj. Matthteser
Manicheao, a^i. BtauMkeeseh
Manichees, rel. Maniekedn
The Minilles. isl. d« PkUip-

•ijjueke tilanden
Blansfleld,eit. Mantfttdt
MarcioDitei, rel. Marcionie-

ten
MarcMiaDs,reI. Marecsianen
Margaret, Margery, n. w.

Margaretha, Margriet
Margentheim, cit. Mariemt-

Tbe Marian Islands, de D'U'

9tn eiUmdtn,
Mark, n. m. Mareus
Maronites, rel. MaronUten
Marseilles, cit. MtntUje
Martin, n. m. Marti»u$,Mar-

Mary, n. w. Maria
MasoTla, c. MasovU
Mat, fan. for Matthew.TAi/f
Matthew, n. m. MaKAna,

MStUthuu, Matthij$
Maortce, n. m. Mauritt,

MaurUius [Matje

Maud. fam. for MatUda.



MVS
MMdtai. fim. for MagdiOn,

Letm^f*
Mawttaoia, e. aUrnUmd
MaaUiniUan,n. m. Maximmm-

niu
Maxiadn, n. m. MaximUtm*
Mase, r. Maes

Media, clfetia^

The Mediterranian, w. d»

MMdeUandKkezte
Mediterranian, a4). MidM-

laudsek
Melchitef , rel. MelehUtm
Mendicanu, reU btdttmum'

nikhen
Menin, cit. Mmen
Meotian,adi. jr«o(iM»
Pains MedOs, w. *« ~



lehg metr
Mercury, h. d. Mercutiui,

Mtreuur
Meridional, adj. tuiderlijk
MesopotaBBia,cJr«M|i«taaii}
Mexican, inh. Mexieaan
Mexican, adi. Metieamuck
The Gnlph of Mexico, de

Mexicaamscke zeeboezem
Micl^ael, n.m.ArtcAae^ Jfi-

ekel
Middlebarghxit. Middelbmrg
Milan, cU. Mitanen
Minerella. pr. Mlngreia
Minims, rel. itinnebrotdere
Misnia, c. Meisun
The Great Mogul, d» groott

Uogol
Moldavia, pr. MisMeviM
Mollhlsu, rel. Moli*Ute»,

Jesuiten
Moll, Molly, tun. for Mary,

Mie. Mietje
The Moluccas, isl. d« Mduc

ea eilandtUf de l^eeerij et-

landen ^
Mons, cit* Bergen inHeene-

gouwen
Montauists, rel. Manlanisten
Morat, cit. ilfvr/«t
Moravia, c Aforaoicis, d$

Martk ,
Moravians, rfel. Hemkutlen
Morlachia, pr. Morlaekien
Morocco, emp. Morocco
Mosaic. Mosaic&l, a^j. Mo-

saUch
Moscow, cit. lf(M0o# Moseou
Moselle, r. Moezel
Mnrcia, pr. Muraien
MnscQvian, adj. AToccovucA
Muscovy, emp. Museovii
The Muses, b. d. de Mueen
Mttsielman, rel. Mahometam



N.



OBA 973



AMUR, cit. N«M AS
Nui, Ilancy, Nanny, fam. for

Hanta. dt t/nuer^
Naples, £ ti cit. tTopoU
Nassau, e. & cit. NauM
Nat, fam. for Nathaniel
Natolia. pr. Nataa
Neapolitan, inh. NapatUaan

ward
Nefffoland, c. Nigrum
NeEeniab, n. m. Nekentiae
Nel, Nelly, fam. fbr Eleanor
Neptnne, b. d. NeptmMue
Neneia, pr; Neriea
Nestorians, rel. Ne$tori«me%
The Netherlands, c.:d« tie-

derutnden
Neustrla,c.JV««##rtl
Newcastle, cit. NieuwkaMeel
Newfoundland JsL Nieuwland
Newport, €it. Nietopport
Nice; ciu Nizza
Nichola, n. w. CUuuima
Nicholas, n. m. Nicolaat,

CtaaSf Klaai
Nick, fam.forNicholas, Klaat
Nlgrltia. c. Nijrrtm
Nife,r.Ar(;l
Nimegoen, cit. Nimwegekt

Niekmegen
Nluove, eft. NieHkoven
Noah, n. m. Noach
Nobs, fam. for Obadiah
Nol. fam. for Oliver
Norbertins,rel. Prementtia-

tenien
Norman, inh. Normandier «'
Norman, at^* Noomumtck
Norniandy, pr. Normandije
North, I. mord, Noorden
The North Sea, de NoordeZee
Norway, k. Noorwegen
Norwegian, Norwejan, inh.

Noor, Noormon
Nova Scotia, c. Nieuw,Sckot

land
Nubia, c. Nuba
Nubian, adj. Nubiseh "
Numbers, s. '< boek Nmmeri
Numerian, n. m. Numerianut
Nnmidla,c. Niimt<<i»
Numidian, inh. Numidier
Numidlan, adj. NumidisL..
Numps, fam. for Hurophery



Numidlan, adj. NumUhsek
Numps, fam. for Hump'
Nikin, fam. for Isaac



o



-^ BADIAH, n. m. Obodja,



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Jerry, ftm, for Jereateh
JeMT, fam. for Jcsaica

Jew, ittb. TmnI
JewcM, t. JM<»
Jewltli,£b.J«odMA
Jewry, •• *l Joodemijk
Iraance, n. m. hnatimt

India, c. ImdUn

Indian, iah. Indiatm

The Bast India Company, dt

OMt'indiMclU mmUsekiApf
Indian, adj. IndUeh
Rut-lndlaM(U*OM«-/N(fb«*
WMt:indlaB, adj. We$t-ln-

dUck ■

The Indiaa sea, die Indiwke

ate. d» groott Opttxet
TheTiidies,c<ieJWl»
The Basi-liMHes, c. Oesl-Zn-
_,<«#» [diJtn

The West-Indief , c ffFcrsf-Zn-
ladostan, enp. *t rV* vm

dnOrMtmMnol
Inffrtof pr* IngermoMtamd
iDDOceot, n. m. hmoemfimt
loachlflB, ■• ■• jMchim,

Joehtm
Joan. D. w. Johnmm
Joe, ran. for Joseph
John, II. a. Jam, Jokan, Jth

8t.Jobn,isl.«r./ai»
Johnny ,na. for John, Jaaf;>
Jonah, JoBiis. n. m. /onor
Ionia, c. ItntSt
Ionic, adj; /onUrA
Jordan, r. Jordaan
Josceltn, n. m. Jo$e*linnM
Joscellne, n. w. Jo»cclia«

iosoa. B* i^ JosiM
osla&,n. a. /Mia«
Jove, b. d. Jwiutt J«j»V»

iovlan. n. m. Joviumm
reland, isL lertmmd
IrishTadi. lertek
The Irish Chann^lf A" v«r-

Irishnan, Inb. /«r, lerUmder
Isaiah, n. b. is«M«
laavria, c. /scnrril
Isenach, clt. JSiMneeA
Isidore, n.m. Itidomt
Isaene, a. w. Inutm
Israelite, Inh./srMlieC
stria, pr. Utfil
MaUan, Inh. liitiaam
italtan, ad). lioliMMc*
N#lc, ad). Aa«Mii«e4

JjtfiaMi,s.^l/«4eMlMn



Jadea. e. Jnika, H /•odteh*

Jadoif oe, clt. €^9ld*nak*
Jar, nm. for Joan
Jauan, a.m. Jtiliamiff
Jaiian, adi. JuUaamseh
Jaliers.dTandclt. GaUi^
Jaliet. tt. w. J«<ia. JuiitUm
July, fam. for Juliet
The Ivory coast, d* Taml

ku$t
Japiter,h. d. JupiUr,Ju»ifn
Jast, Jaatas. n. oJTfdffi, Jus-

tu$
Jastin. n.m. Jnstimu
Jastinian, n.m. Juttiniamu
The Juttts, inh. de JuUen
J a rei^al, n. m . Jnvcna lit



K.



ATE, fam. forCatherlaje,
Katrifn, Kaatje
Kildown, Isl. Kilduim
Kiow. cit. Kioff
Kit, fam. for Cbriscopher,

St. K}tt*8, isl. 9<. Ckristoffel
Kitty, fam. for Catherine,
Kaatje



JLJaCEDEMONIAN, inb.

Laeedemomitr
Laoadimoniaii, a4j. Laetde-

mvmiKk
Laconia, e» fiumtSi
Lacontsp, s. I^e«m,i$ek«

tprtekm^xe
The Ladrones, isl. dsINrven

siloadeis
Lamber^, a. n. LamherhUg

Lancashire, pr. *t Aertsf-

The Land's End, pron. B»»

gtUaidt *nd
Laodlcea. cit. IMfcsTm

Utln,* inh
UHnlsm,!

spV««
Lawrancei



Letbom, cit. Xi»ini# ^

vsr-SM

Leonard, n. m, htvmmtdJUt^
umrduMf Ltfndert



Leoj



a. m. Leilpsfilttr



_ jopold. n

Letitia, Lettice, n. w. LMHim
LeUonia, pr.£e/f eiUatu|,l««-

iMMd

Letty,fam.forUtitia, £«Cf«
The Leirant tradie, d« X«MH|f'

scA« kandel
Levite, reL £afi<f
L«warden, cit. LeewnwfrJtoi
Lewis,n.m. I«<f<wO'A <
Libanon, Libaaas, m. Xste-
Lybia, c. Libien imttk

U^n^tkUlMiik
The bishopric of Ltcf e, *l

£Ki;A«rfaMd
The people of Uefe, dtlMi^

kenuar$
Uraria, c. £if«ril
Ugnrian, a<U. Ligmtttk
LiTy,B.w.iS;<i«
UsbOB.cit. L Ut a h t m
U«l«, clt. Rtjtial
Uthuania, e. LttlAawvMi
Lithuanian, iuh. LiUkvmnr
LiTadia,pr.£iMidi»
Liverpool, cit. Leverv^gt
Lironia, pr. HiMamd
Uvonian, inh. L{f/lamdn
Livy, n. m. LMut
Llaard,piom. Letard
Lombard, inh. 1



Lombardy. c. Lombat^ijem
London, clt. Londem
Loretto, cit. LorHUn
Lorraine, d. l^tkarimgtm ^
Louvaln, clt. Ltuven
The LowCountrieSfdrDTsder-

The Lowlands, pr. *t xnidier

gedetUe vuu Sekatland
Labeck, dt. Lubek
Lec^ ,«; m. Lmeamu



SLLawrei
Lack, r. J



Lucifer, s. d« wsry oi si a f
Leconia,!^. Lmtofi
Lucy, faas. for Lucia
Lufqna,clt. Lufa»o,Jn u mtr < a
The Take of Uganot d» le«-
«cr>Sfr-zctf
I Luke. n.m.Liic«e

%i pr. Lmtotimjmtmtt
91a, c LutUmmm '

M,*ad). UlAsTidk
rans,rel. dUMhmeki,



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OKI

t&ke de Gard, H fM«if ww

ly, nr. Gtvcmiitf
in,iDh. GcMctny'et; ,

QiSS, c. 6aU»

Gaols, inb. OMp% > ^

<Md«rs» clt. Gtldtren

Oeoap, cU. Gemappg

Tha Lake of Geneva, il« G«-

Ueoffry, n. m. GoOefridtu
Georfre, n. m. Gtorgf, JTfiris
St. George del Mina, dt.

Deimiaa
Gerard, n. m. Qtratd, Qt-

r^rdut, Gtrrii
German, inb. Mttfiher
Gwraaib 4. << lD>Ni<fffA. ?/ ,

Uoog'DuUseh
German, adj* IMUeh
Germany, emp. DuUtchUmd
Gertrude, n. w. Geeriruijd*,

Truif
Geryate, n. m. Servam
Gestricia, pr. Gettritt
Getulia, c. GetnlH >

GbenW cit. G«»t lSU>«rt
Gilbert, n. m. G'dbtrtuti
Gil^, D. m. GiilM
Giliea, n. v. Juliana
Gislebert, d. m. G,(;s6er<
GoMtict, reL Qmnlitlun
Godirey, n. m. Goimt
Godwin, n. m. GodtvAniu
The Gold Coaat,.4e Goud

hUMt

Tfae cape of Good Jlope, de

kaap de Goede Mwp
Gordtan. n. m. Gordiattut
Gordian, adj. GordiaoMaek
Ooiicia, ciC. Goritt
Goth, inb. Got
M» Gothard,m.itt. GHkardg-^

btrg de Fogelberg
Gotbfc, ad). QottiscA
Gothland, pr. Ootibiui
Gradisca, clt. Gradkk
Gratian, n. m. Graiiantu .
Gravelio, cit. Grevetingen '
Greclam, a. Grieksehetpretk*

Ofecian, Greer, tab. Griek
Grecian, Greek, •dj.GrieAich
Greece, e. Grukeuland
Grctt. 1. *t Griehsek
Greealand, Ul. SpUtbergen
Gregorian, ad^. OregoriMch ,
GI«gory, n. n. Oregoriaui
- Jwriaan^ Jorden
The Grisons, c. het Ortumw

bunderland
The Qjrltona, ink. d§

GraauwkwudtrM



Grotias, n, 'm.'Hwro de GroH
The Groyne, cit.cf«riMina
Ga^rs, d. & cU. Getderen
Gaelph, n. m. tVo^
Gaemsej.itl. Garnfty
Galnei', c. Guinee
GuTf'n.m. Guido



UaQPE. cit. *h iiav.V

Gta^enHagen ^'

Hafnault, pr. Htnegomwm
H^i, fan. for HenrT, Ad*
Hamsbire, pr. '/ hwUchap

Hants
Hannab, n. ^.Hanna,Han$je
Haonoveriao, inb. Hanno-

vraan
RanoTerian, aiQ. B ^ i wer a eh
The n%ikfioyiin%^Anteetche

eteden
Hmueatte, ad}. Aneeeech
Herman, n. m. MermMtJ^er-

manue
Harriet, fan. for Henrietta,

Harry , fam.for Henry, JTein,

Haitre deGrace, cit. Havrm
Hebrew, \Qh.Mebreef
Hebrew, adj. Hebreeuwtek
Hebraism, s. Hebrtemmtehe



1. de EhudUehe



of Weetelifke eUander
Helena, n. w. Helena. Lema
HQlIefdsm, •• GrldkMAe

epreehtotjxe
Tbe Hellespont, w. de etfwl

van GaUgoli, de St. Joris-

Helvetiaii, inb. ZviUzer
Henrietta, n. w. BentUtta,

Hendvina, BendriAa
Henry, n. w. Hendrik
The Hercynkui' forest, H

Hartzwald
Herod, a. m. Herodee
Heslod, n. m, Heeiodmt
He8peria,cHe«pcrkti,ANHi|tf
Th^Hesperidea, UWde<SrS6-

ne eitanden ^

Hesperus, $. de antemdaat
Hease, c. Hessen
Hai«lan,iab.Het
Hessian, adj. HeetUch i
HeMkiab, n. m,Miekiat
Hibeniia, ill. /<riaiM(
T



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HiNntop,inh./«<M^
Uibefniao, a^j. tertmndeeh
fleiwpe.n. ra. Hisrenimme
HigUander8,ljUi. B^ttekot-

Hillg^uid, isl. /f0il<|reia«tf

»«£•&«

Hodie, jam. for Roger
Hoflanrfs, s. Ho«aii4»cA« ge^
,»•««•, HolUmdaek t^nnA:
The IfoijrUnd, >< keUieland
Ho«ier,n.n. Aommtt
Horace, Horatio, n.o. J7o-

ratiuM IHoem

Cape porp. pron. JCaap
The Isles ofHorn.^e aoorn-

tehe exUmden
Rosea, n. m. Haaea* ,
Habert, a. m. Huberlut,

«^j6retM^
Hugh, p. m. Afw
Hi^anot, relT Hugeneot,

Hnng%riaa,lnb. Hemgaar,
Hungarian, a^. Hongaartch

HusSS,* rel.TK3Zf» *
Hyrcania, c. B^nanii



Jacobiaes, hist. Jacebifnen
Jaeobltes> hist, aankangere
, van koning Jaeobm dell.
Iambic, adK/a»M«eA
Janies, a. a. Jacobme,
Jane, a. w. Jaaaa
Janissary, hist. JanUatmr
Jansenism, rel. V JaneenU^

tendom
Jansenists, ret. JaneenUten
Japtoese,tab. Japmeee
Jasper, n,m. Jasper, Casper
Iberia, c Iberien, SpanJe
Icela*iil,isl. Ysland ' "^
Icelander, lab. YsUmder
The lee sea, de Vstee
Jecbonlah, n. m; Jeekonia



Jemmy, fkm. for Jaact, Cm
Jempda, pr. Jemerkmd
Jenny, fapi^ for Jane
Jeieafla, Jeremy, a. bk /#-



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Tb« €yxsl»des 1»1. dt Ckfcia-

ditehe eilentien
Cyprian, n. m. Citpriama
Cypru», isl. dpert



Da



_ rACIA,cBac»
DalecarlU, pr. Drnleearten
Dalmatia, pr. Dalmata
DalmietU, clt. Damiettt
Dane, Inh. Deeh
Daniah, adj. Deenach
DanUick, clt. DanUtg
Danube, r. I><mai0
Tbe Dardanelles, cit. at

Uordanellen
DardaDia,c. Dardmit
Daviii*s Straights, Straat

Davis , ^

T)M DanpUn, de Daupkyn
Davy. fam. for David
Daaphipv, pr. D««pA*i»4
The Dead Sea, d« doode zet
Deal, cit. Deel^ ^
Deborah, d. vr. Deboro
Denmark, k. Denemarken
Deuteronomy^ ». DeuteronO-

mittM r^"*

Deuxpontt, cit. Twefbrug -
Dick.Dicky.ikm. for JUchnrd
Diocieslan, n. m. moclesi-

Dltmartcb, pr. Ditmartehen
Dixnude, cit. Dlxmijdtn
Doll, Dolly, fam. for Doro-
thy, />oor, Doort/c
DemlntcaQ*, rel. Ihmitiika'

ntr monnikhen
Dominick, n. m. DominieUB
Domltian, n. m. Domitiantu
Donatlsta, rel. J>on»tUtm
Doric, a«y. DotUck
Dorothy, n. w. VtmAMta
Dort, clU Dordrecht f Dordi
Dover, clt. Doeveren
The Straiti of Dover, de

The Down*. ir. Dniiu
Dnre, r. Dravus
Daokirk, cit. Duinkerkm
Dutch) a^. N*dtrduU$eht

WoWtndaeh
Dutchman, inh. NederdUit-

tcktr, HbUkmdtr



JbiAST, f . Ootttn, Out
Katt I|i4ie«t c. Otrnt-Inda



Eait Indian, adj. Oo$i In-

diseh
Ebioniles, rel. EbionUen
Bcctesiastes, a. de prediker
Tbe Eecclestaatic State, dt

kerkelijke stoat
Ecclealasticna. i. het both

van, Jesus Strach
Edinburgh,, cit. Edenburg
Edward, o. m. Eduardus
Egbert, n. ra. Egbsrtus
The Egean sea, de BgeUcht


Egypt, c. Egijpts



Egyptian, inh. Bgijptei
Esryptian, adj. BrtjplL-
Elbogen, cit. MalMuljen



ptisck



Eiieck, fam. for Alexander
Eisinore, cit. Elseneent
Etaingburg, cit. Elssnlbmtg
EmilUn, n. m. Emiliafsus
Emily, fam. for Amelia,

MeeUje
Ems, r. Eems
England, k. Engeland
Engiiah, adj. Engelseh
The English Channel, het

KanaaJ
Englishman, inh. A»fcla>i-

aeVf Engelsehman
Epicurean, phil. Bpicwreer
Epheaua.cit. Bpkesen
Ephesiana. inh. Epheteu
Epire, c. JBpirus
Erenbreitatein, cit. Herman-
stein
Ernest, n. ro. Smestns
Esop, n. m. Esmms
Eatber, n. w. Hetter
Estonia, pr. Eslent Sslland
Etbiop, Ethiopian, inh.
Ethiapier Irenland



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