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of Jerusalem.

BanmlguelAda, 4< (Prov.) Michaelmas.

BAiMv na, a. Bound, healthy, wholesome;
secure; sincere; discreet, wise; safe.

Binta, 9f. Female saint

B&nta B4rbara, ^ (Nan.) Powder-room.

Bantam^Dte, ad. Inously, religiously.

Banta8ant6rum, 9m. Sanctuary; priva^.

BantAzo, za, a. A gnat saint

Bant^lmo, 9m. (Nau.) Saint Elmo's light

8aot6ro, ra, «. Hermit; alms-begging; a
Jbundllng. [the Spaniards.

Bantiigo, 9m, 6t Jamoa. the war-wbo<^ of

Santlagu6fioi, fia, a. Applied to flruits ripe at
BtTames'B-day.

Bantiagu&sta, 9m. A knizht of Santiago,

Bantlam^n, 9m. (Ck>lL) Momont, twinkling
of au eye.

Bantioo, ca, 9, Little Image of a saint

B«itid4d, 9/, BaocUty, holiness, god'insas.

Bantiflcadon, ^ Sanotifloatlon.

Santificaddr, 9m^ Banotlfler.



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SantlfidUite, jMik Banctifyiag.

Santifld^, va. To sanctlQr; oless; Justify.

Bantiguida, ^f. Fara mi 9anUffuada, B|

my Ikith. [of the croasi

Santignaddr, 9, One who cures by the sign
SantiguAr, va. To bless; chastise.— «r. To

cross onels selC
Santigno, em. Making the cross. [gold.
Santim6nia, 4/: BancUty. (Bot) Com maii
Santisdbrio, «m. (0>1L) Caprice, whim.
Santisimo, ma, a. Most holy. M «a«U^

9imo^ The holy sacrament
S&nto, ta, a. and a. Saint virtaous ; slmpU;

sacred; just Santo ds pc^iarea^ Hy^i^

crito. [Watchword,

Sinto. ffik The image of a saint (Mil)
Saotoiina, 4(f. (Bot) Lavender-cotton.
Santdn, siik A hypocrita
Santoral, 9m. A church-choir book.
Saotuirio, 9m. Sanctuary.
Saot6cho, cha, 9. (ColL) Hypocrite.
San£urr6n, na, «. and a. (ColL) Hypocritaw

zealot
Santurronerio, f/C Hypocrl^.
Sintua, 9m. V. Sanctu9.
SAfia, V' Anger, pasalon, rage.
Safiosam6nte, da. Furiously.
Saideo, sa, a, Fortoui.
Safiudamdnte, ad. Furioaaly.
Sai&6do, da, a. Furious, ennged.

g , .« .V« .

B

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S Ik.

B

S

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S

S »loatad

swelled petson; dolt
Saponicoo, cea, a, Sapooaoeoua.
Sapon^tfla, ^. (Bot) ComtxMn soapwort
Saporifero, ra. a, Saporifl&
S4que, 9m. The act of playing out the ball
Saquead6r, ra, «. Plunderer.
Saque4r, va. To plunder, pillage^
Saqueami^nto, 9m. Y. Saqu^ Saoo,
Saqn^o, am. Pillage, plunder.
Saqa^ra, ^ A padUng-needle.
Saqueria, </! (collection of sacks.
Saqndte, Saqu6to, 9m. Little sack.
Saquilida, u. A amail quantity of grata to

be ground.
SaqulUo, ito, 9m. A small ba^
Sangatte, 9m. Hop, a danoe.
Barampl6n, 9m. Meaales.
SaFaoffdati, am. (Nau.) SaragostL
SarAo, am» Ball, entertainment puiy.
SarcAsmo,sm. Sarcasm.
Sardbtloo, ca, a. Barcastio.
Birela, H Load, burden.
Baicillo.«m.(Prov.)Ho«.
8are6eola, f/! Baroooolla, a gum.
Saro6fligo, anik Saroophagoa.
Sarcol6gia, ^ (Anat) Bai>oology.
8are6tioo, ea, a. (Sow.) Sarcotia
Sdrda, ^ (IchthO A kind of mackMti
Bard6sco, en, a. Bnde, ttntbom.
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BwdioA, tf. (Ichth.) Andiovjr.

Swdindra, or Yerba SiMxUkera, «/, (Bot)

Btinkiiig gooM-foot
BtrdiB^ n, «. Dealer in anchoTles.
Bardln^ro, n, a. Belonging to anehoviea.
B«rdin6u, a^ A small aocfaovy; knittlo.
84rdlo, SiUuov «)•*• Sardine, a preciooa stone.
SanMnlz, «C Sardonyx.
Birga. J^: Bergeu
Sargftdo, da, a. Serge-like.
Bargiso, wi. (Bot) Sea-weed.
S^vgo, 9m. (lobth.) Sea^tmcb or tea-bream.
8arga6ro, mK Painter of serges
8arga6ta, ^ A tbin serge.
BarQla, ^, (Bot) TbTmbnu
Baij4r, uk To scariQr.
Sariteta, ifi Isj mm; halberd, [manner.
SanenteAr, «a. To act in an overbearing
Sanenteiia, ^f. Place, dnty of a SMgeant
Ba^entia, tjf. OfBoe of a sergeant
Baijtoto, «m. Sergeant
Saiientdn, 9m. A stronc^ mascallne woman.
Baijia, 4(f. ScarlOeaUon.
Sarmefttad^r, ra, «. Pruned rine-sboots.
flannenti^, «a. To gather proned Tine-

sbootBL
8arment6ra, {/T T. SarmmUar,
Sarmentkio, da, €k Bomed with the slow

fire of vine-shoots.
Sarmentillo, snik A saoall vine-shoot
8«rment6so, sa, a. Fnll of vine-sbootai
Sarmlteto, mn. Yine-eboot
Steia, ^, Iteh. mange; violent desire^
Samizo, mk A malignant itch.
Sam^eo, sa, €k Itchy, mangy.
SarpnlUdo, mn. Flea-bite ; rash.
B«|Nillir, Mk To be flea-bitten.
Sarnekia, ^. A tomnltnoos contest
Skria, ^, A large basket
SarrUlo, sm. Death-rattle.
Sino, am. Inomstatlon of the tongne in

fevers; sediment; foulness.
Barrteo, sa, a. Inerosted with sediment
Mrta. lustring of beads; lUo; series.
flttUl, a. Stringed.— «m. String of beads, dsc.
Sartal^, Mk A small string of pearls or

precloas stones.
Saitto, c^ Frving-pan. [hold.

BarteoAda, ^f. As mnch as afiylng-pan csn
Barten^a, Sartenica, Ula, ^. A smallfrying-

Suno, Mn, y. Zarzo.

BflMfrfa, em. (Bot) Sassafras.

BAstra, f< Wife of a tailor.

Blatre^ sm. TaUor. Stv^humtattf^Ut

is a onnnlng blade.
BastreciUo, am. A petty taflor.
Baatreifa, ^t. A tailorlB shopu
flat in, Satania, sm. Satan.
Batinloamtote, ad, Satanically.
6at4nioo, ea, a. SaCanIo, devtHsb. [ilto.

Batttte, am. Baittfl;eon0tabl& (A8lf.)8ate-
Baterl6n, 9m. Y. SaUrion.
8Atlra,^fl«ltre.
flatlrtcamtota^ ad. Satirically.
Satirioo, am. Satirist
Batlrlco, ea. a. SatiileaL
BatiiiHa, 9f. A sneering instnnatioa
SMIrfHot smw A mtle aa^.
faUrfo, «m. Kind of water-rat



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8atiri6n, am. (Bot) Orchis.

Batirteinte, iHi. Satirizing;

Satirlzior, va. To satirise, HbeL

SAtiro, am. Satyr, a sylvan god.

Satisdaoldn, ^. Y. Fiatua,

Satlsfkcd^n, ^ Satisfiiction, recompense
apoloffy; gratification, [expiate ; IndnlMi

Satlsftcer, tM. To satisfy ; content, gratify

Satisflu^rlam^nte, ad, Satis&ctorU/.

Satlslkctdrio, rla, a. Satisiketory.

SatisCtolKS eha, a. and pp. irr, itt SaiU
Jiicer. Satisfied, arrogant, oonfideot

Sativo,va, a. Sative, that which ia ealUvated.

S&to, 9m, Corn-field.

86trapa, am. Satrap; a sly. crafty fellow.

Satrapia, ^ Dignity of a Persian satrapw

Satniible, & Saturable.

Satnraei^n, «r. Batority ; saturation.

Saturir. «a To saturate ; glut [umalia.

Saturaal, a, Batnmaltan. JSaiwmalett Sat-

Satnmino, na, a. Melancholy, sloomy.

Sattimo, am. jAstr.) Saturn. llead.

Sa6oe, am^ (Bot) willow. [willowa

Saucedil, sm. Sanc^'ra, fi^. Plantation of

Saooillo, 9m (Bot) Y. Sanguinaria,

Siiaoo, if. (Bot) Elder or alder-tree: second
hoof of horses. [absent

Saud&da, ^ An ardent desire of any thing

Sauquillo, am. (Bot) Dwarf elder.

Sauserla, ^ Laraer in a palace.

Sausi^r, 9m, Chief of the larder in a palaea

Sa6z, 9m, (Bot) Y. Saves,

SanziU, 9m. Y. Sauotdal and Salceda,

Sauxgatillo, am. (Bot) Agnos-castus tree.

84via,a^ V.&iWa.

SaxafWx, iff. (Bot) Y. Samtfraga.

SaxstU, a. Applied to fiah brooding among
stones.

S&zeo, ea, a. Stony.

Saxift-figa, SaxilHgoa, tf. (Botj

Sax^ stLO. Stony. [Cbbiese silk.

S&ya. ff. Upper petticoat 8aya 9aya^

Sayil, am. Sackcloth.

Sayaleria, ^ Shop Ibr weaving coarse doth.

Sayal^ 9m. Weaver of coarse stuifl

SayaMsoo, ca, a. Made of sackdoth.

Sayal6te, am. A thin stulH

Sayiza, 9f. An outward coarse petticoat

Saydte, Sayito, 9m, dim. A tbin or slight
stnfll

SAyo, 9m. A sack-coat

Bay6n, am. Bailiff; executioner.

Sayonazo, 9m, otSayon.

Sayo^h^ ^ Woollen shift; kind of fig.

Saya61o, 9m. Little fh>ck, small jacket

SazsatUlo, 9m, (Bot) Y. AgnocoMlo,

Sazon, ^ Maturity; season; ilavor; occa.
sion.

8azonadam6nte, ad. Seasonably

SazottMo, da, a. Seasoned, mature, mellow.

6asonad6r, ra, a. Beasoner. [ripen.

SaxonAr, va. To season; mature.— w. To

So, 9tty^ A pronoun, possesdvo to the pei^
son or thing that governs the verb; used
belbre the pronouns m«, fa, la, it refleets
the action of the verb on the ob|ect whl<A
they represent iSSs represents fkeqnentlv
the pasaive fbrm of a verb ; as as diee^ It
ia sdd. [To separata

Se, prep, used in composition, aa 99parar
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Uft qii«, ad. Whether.
Beb&to, nuK (Cbom.) Sebato. [P«lea>

B4be, «/ (Prt>v.) Pfaoe laclcsed with high
Bebteta, Sebeetiino, 9tn. Sebestan-ft'alt, m-

bastiiM.
Sebast^ «m, (Bot) 8eb«Bten-trML
Babillo, miK Paste made with saet; kind

ofaoap.
B^bo, *m, Td]ow, candle-grease ; grease
BebMO, sa, a. Fat, greasy.
86cai f/: Drought: mint; sandbank.
SocacAl, am. (Bot ) Y . JSringe.
Becadil, 9m. A dry, barren sronnd.
Secaddro, sm. Place where milt is dried.
8eead4ro, ra, & Capable of being dried.
Becadillo, sm. A sort of dry, roond biscnit
8ecam6nte, ad. Drily, morosely; peerishly.
Secino, tm. Dry, onirrlgated, araSle hind.
Bee&nsa, ^ Ajnime at earda
SeeAnte, sm. Drier, a drying oil used for

painting.— «/ 8ecant
Seci^, wk To dry, ibde.— «r. To be dried

ap ; become lean ; decay.
Secaril, $m. Dryness, drought
8ecat&ra,4< Insipidity; flatness; coolness,

indlfferenosk
Seccidn, »/. Section.
Becino, na, a. Sixteenth,
geeesidn, ^f- Beoeasion.
Secdso, 9m, Ezerement, stooL
SeelAso, sa, a. Bcdaded, separated.
B^cojca, a. Dry; barren; lean; bare. A'

•soos, Solely ; rude.
Seereeion, t^ jMed.) Secretion. [oloeet
8ecr6ta, s/T Private examination ; water-
Secretamente, ad. Secretly.
BecretAr, «a. (Med.) To secrete, separate.
Secrot^a, «/ (CoIL) Confidante; secretary

of a nnnnery. ['^^P-

Seoretaria, ^f. Secretary's office; secretary-
SecretikriOiSm. Secretary; ascilbe; notary;

clerk.
Becreteir, tn. (Coll.) To speak in private.
BecretSco, illo, ito, sm. dim. A trifling secret
Becretlsta, 9m. Nataralist; secretist
Becr^to, ta, a. Secret ; dark ; oonOdentiaL
Becr6to, sm. Secrecy ; secret, areaniun ; caa-

tion, silence.
Beerston, 9m. Fine dimity.
Socret6rio, ria, a, (Med.) Secretory.
B6cta, 9f, A sect ; doctrine.
Sectador, ra, «. Sectarist
SectArlo, rla. a. and s. Sectarian, sectary.
Bect6r, 9m. (Geom.) Sector. [tendant

8eca4s, a. and s. Sectary; following, at-
Seca61a, ^ Seonel, continnatlon.
Beco6ncia, »f. A seqnenoe said in mass.
Becuestracion, ^. Sequestration.
Seeuostrad6r, 9m^ Sequestrator.
BeeaestH^, «a. To sequestrate, distress.
Saoaeetriirio, ria, a. Belonging to sequea-

tration. [umpire.

Bacntetro^ sm. Sequestration; arbitrator,
Beeolir, a. Secular; lay, laloaL
BaealaridH •/ SeeuUrity.
Beeniarizaei^a, ^f. Seoularization.
Beonlarizir, 9a. To secolariae.
Beonndariam6nta^ ad. Seoondarlly.
daeond&rio, ria, a. Secondary subordt-

Bate; accessory.



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Beeandlna, «/: Afterbirth.
B«o6ra. 9K Drynesa; indiillBreneu.
Bed, 9f, Thirst; eage r nes s ; violent
8Ma,«rsllk. i6tefo^<i,FloasBilk.
Sedadera, ^ Haekle fl>r dressing flax.
SediL 9m, AiigUttg*line; seton.
Sadadvet, va, a. (lUd.) BedaUre^
S6de, ^. Bee, the seat of episoopal powair

La 9ania sede. The holy see.
Sedeir, va. To clean JewM, gold, Acl
Sedentirio, ria, a, Bedentaiy. (soeh taw.
Seddla, 9f. Fine tow of flax; doth made «•
Seddfio, na, a, BUken; made of hair.
Sed6ra, 9f. A brush made of hair.
SederSa, ^ Silks, silk stnflk; silk store.
Sed6roL 9m, Sllk-meroer.
Sediddn, ^. Sedition ; an InsanvetieB.
Bedldosam6nte, ad. Bedltloosly.
Sedidteov Mi <*• Beditioos, mntinoo^
Sedi^nto, ta, a. Thirsty, drr; anxioui
Sedim6oto, sm. Sedfaneiit, fees.
Bednod6n, ^. Seduction, dacelTlni^
Sedndr, «a. To seduce, eormpt
SodoetlTo^ va, a, Bedoetive; ou ii upifld .
Bednct6r, la, «. Sedooer, deceiver; t *



bto be reaped.
te«>lng-hook.
k Fit to be reaped.
Beaper, harvester,
reap; crop; mow.
arveat season,
s. Worldly; seoolar, laieaL
id. Becalariy.
.Begmeol

f. BegregatioB, separatlOB.
a. Segregated, aeeredtloiiai
To segregate, set apt
a, a. That wbleb sei
ilk stnli; dooble taftty.
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B< icoession; eonUnnatioii.

Sc A merry Bpaolah tnaa aa4

«.-.,^ [dOrnti

BegaUUll^ ^ Singer and dancer efas^ l

Seguido, da, a. Continued, snccsssive, fol-
lowed. [Ibot

Segnklo^ 9m^ Narrowing a stocking at tba

SegQid6r, ra, «. Follower.

8egnlmi6nto, 9m, Pursuit, hunt; conttnna*
tionofalawii'vt

Seguir, «a. To follow, pnrsae; proaecata;
profess.— <er. To ensne; saooaed ; iaaacw

Scg61lo, 9irk, The flrst stratom of a gold-
mine. [Joat aa.

8eg6n, pm. According ta Seffm^y^omm^

ScgAnda,^ Second in moslo; double Baaan
ing. (sacesd.

Segondir, vn. To repeat over again ; bt

Segondirio^ ria, a, V. Seetmdario,

B^nadilla. ^. Bnow-water ih>Mn mbI»;
small beU. [Bemftana

SegundUlo, 9m, Second porHon. (Mas^

Beg6nda da. a. Second. Segunda guar'
aia^ The dog-watch.

SegAndo, 9m^ Second of time.

Segnndogtolto, ta, a. Second-bom.

Segand6n, sm. The asoond son of a hmStf
younger brother.



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\ f^ Axe ; rtckl«.
lor, «!». Seenrer, MMrter.
' cuk Secarely, certainly.



Segonm^ta, odL Secarely,

Seguritf; va. V. Ateawar.

Beiniv^a. «/ A mull hatchet [bdL

BegnridAd, «/ Secorfty, oertalntf ; enstodj;

Sesnro, ra, a. Secnre; easy, confkle&t'
nros constant

Segiiro, tm, Tnmbler of a gon-lock ; per-
mission, license ; ittsnranca

8effiir6n,«m. ▲ li«ce axe or hatchet

8eM» a. SbL'-mK The flgnre A. [angles.

BetoarMo, da. a, UaTing six aides and six

SeisAro, «m. The sixth part of a nnmhor.

8ei8ci6ntos» tas, a. Bix hundred.

Seisin, WK Silrer coin worth half a real

Solatoc^ na, a. Blxth.

Beleodoo, ^f, Bdeetion, drafee.

Bel^to, ta, a. Select, choice.

Belenltes, ^. Belenites, crTstalllMd gypsam.

Belenograna, 9f. Belenographj.

8ellad6r, mn. Sealer.

8ellad6ra,«^8eaUag.

BeliAr, «& To seal ; stamp.

Bellteea, ^. Kept-mistress. [Cocket

86II0, an. Seal, stamp. Sello de adfinna,

Stiva, iff. Forest 8eliM mpemiy Thicket

SelTitico, ca, a. Forest-born, wild.

Belvatiqaiz, iff. Rostictty, saTageness.

8eiv6so, sa, a. Belonging to forests.

Semina, »/. A week. Semana tanta, Pas-
sion-week.

Semanill, a. Hebdomadal.

flemanalmtote, ad. Weekly. [tlon.

flemanirio, ria, a. and «. Weekly pnbllea-

Semaneria, ^ Work done in the coarse of
m wedc [1y Ainctinns in his torn.

Semaniro, sm. One who enters upon week-

Seman^ ra, a. Persons engaged by the

— •- pook.

mntenance;

[seed,
r sowing of

[seeds,
rored with

owing seed.
propigAte.
ss; mark.



pik<
j^nformity;
>le.

p^>wth.

Sementir^ vo. To sow.

Bementfea, ^ Bowing seed; land sown;

seed-time; orisln, cansei
Bement6r«, em. Beedlip or seedlop.
Bementilla, 4< dim, of S(nUenU» [ttmsi
BementSno, na, a. Belonging to seed or seed-
Bem^etre, sm. Bnaee of six months^
B^ml, «. BemI, almost
BflBOfer^re, tT (Mns.) Semlbrerei
Btmlcabr^n, SemlcApro, tm. Satyr



SEN

Bemidrenlir, <x. Semicircular.
Semidrcnlo, sm. Semidrclo.
Bemioorch^ f/! (Hu&) Semiqnaver.
SemieromitlcOiCa, A (Mn&) Semichromatla
Semic6pio, sfiK (Med.) Semicupiom.
Semiddsi 4/: Demlgoddesai
Semidto. am. (Poet) Demigod.
Semldl&Auio, na, a. Semidlaphanoua.
Semidiimetro, em. Semidlameter.
Semidlapas6n, sm. (Ma&) Semldiapason.
Semldiwdnte, sm. (Mus.) Semidiapente.
8emldfaitesar6n, sm. (Ma&) Semldiat es e ar o i L
SemidifKinto, ta. a. Almost dead.
Semldlte, tn. Demigod.
Semiditono, am. (Hub.) Semlditone.
Semlddble, tm. and a, Semidooble.
Semld6ct(i, sm. Sciolist
8emid6cta ta, a. Ualf-leamed.
Semidormldo, da, a. Sleepy.
Bemidragdn, sm, Bemidragon.
Semiesfuico, ca, a. SemisphericsL
Bemifiaecalo, mn. (Bot) Semifloret
BemlfloscuMso, sa, a. (Bot) Semlfloecalar.
Semifluido, da, a. Semlllald.
Semifusa, ji^(mos.) Double dendsemiqaatw.
8emis6fa^ tf. (Fort) Demigorge.
8emln6mbre, am. Iialf-man.
Semilla, 4/: Seed ; origin, cause.
Semllldma, »f. (Bot) V. MantaniUa.
SemiU^ro, am. Seed-plot, nursery.
Semilunir, a. Bemilunar. [quarter.

Semil6nlo, am. Half-moon; moon at the
Semimetdl, am. Semlmetal.
Seminil, a. Semina]; radical [gin

Semin4i1o, am. Seminary, school; root, ori-
Seminar&sta, A A scholar In a seminary.
Semlnlma, ^. (Mus.) Crotchet [rhymes.
SemioetiTa, v* Vora verses In alternate
Semiordenida, rf. (Math.) Semiordinate.
Semipedil, a, Semlpedal, half a foot
Semipl^na, a< Imperfect proof half-proot
SemlpMno, na, o. Half fbll, half finished.
Semipo6ta, am. Poetaster. [evidence.

Semlprobflua, tf. A half proof; Imperfect
Semlpni^ba, am. (Law) SemiprooH
8emlp6trido, da, a. Half putrid.
SeailqnintiL am. (Astr.) SeraiqutnUle.
Semlracional, a. Stupid, Ignorant
Semlr6cto, a. Of foity-fivo degrees: appUeu

to an angle.
Semis, am. Haifa pound. V. S^mL
8emls4blo,bla, a. and «. Half learned, pedant
Bemlsalv&ge, am. Semisavaoe.
Semisestiirsm. f Astr.) Somlsextile.

Bemlt6no, am^QJbaM.) Semitone.
Bemltraspar^nle, a. Almost transparent
8emivlbrMi6B, ff. Half a vibration of a pea

.Semlvivo, va, a Half alive.
Semlvoeti, a. BemlvoweL
Bemlvfilpa, af. Animal like a wolC
Steiola, ^f. Groats or gritsi
Bemovitete, a. Moving of ItselC
Semplt^ma, tf. Sort of serge.
Bemplt^o, na, a. EverUnting; semptterml
Bin, S6na, tf. (Bot) Sena, senna.
Benido, am. Benate, parUamoot ;
Sonadoeoas6]to, am. Decree of a senator
Senaddr, sm. Senator.

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Sonim, ^f. Qroond Mslgned to scnraots as

IMtrt pajznont of wages. [six lambioa.
Benario, Mk ▲ aenanr nnmber; averse of
Bdaaa, ^f. pL BUes la the game of back-

gammoa
fienatdrio, ria, a. SeoAtoriaL
BendSnte, pa. and a. Bentient
Bendllam&ite, cut Ingenaonalf, pbdnly.
Bendll^ ^ Simplidtv ; alUinees, Ignorance^
BencUlo, 11a, a. Bimple; light; ingenuous;

artless.
Btoda, «/ Fath, footpath. [footpath.

Benderiir, «a. To make a path ; walk on %
Sendereiu*, «a. To guide on a footpath.
Benddro, wm. Path, footpath.
Bendica, ilia, it% f/! Little pathway.
S6ndoa. das, a. Each of two^ either.
Benectad, ^ Old i^pa
Benescikl, sm. Seneschal
Benescalia, tif. Office of • seneschal.
Senil, a, Benne.

Benites, ^ CrystalHied gypsnm. [ngei.

B^Bo, SRk Breast, bosom; heart; lap; ref-
Senogil, «m. Y. Omagil,
Sensaddn, ^ Bensatlon, feeling.
BensAto, ta, a. Benslble, prudent wise.
BensibiUdH «/ BenalbiUty. [sendtire.

Benslble, a. Bendble, perceptible; painfull,
BensiblemSnte, ad. Bendbly.
Bendtiva, {^ (Bot) Sendtive plant
BoidtiTO, va, a, Sendtive; sensud.
SensMo, tm» Sensory; scat of sensation.
Bens6rio, rliL a. SenaoriaL
Bens6d, a, Bensoal, lewd; camaL
Sensndid&d, ^f, Bensoalitj, lewdness.
SensuaUn^nte, ad. Sensually.
BentMn, ^ Stone put In its proper place.

y. A^eniada. [hanging on one stdoi

SentadilhM (A'X oA, Biding with both legs
B^tddOida, <k Sedate, Judidous; fitted.
Bentamitoto. am. (Arch.) Y. .isimlo.
BentAr, «& To fit, become, suit; establish;



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Sefid^Ja, ^f. A little sign or mark.
8efid6ro, «m. Soyal ensign bearer.
SeA4r, «a. (Prov.) To make signs.
Se&dra, ff. Andent signd or pendant
Sefiolear, wi. To catch birds with a lure.
Sefidr, sm. God; lord; sir; gentleman; mas

ter; mister.
Sefidra, ^f. Lady ; madam ; dame: mistreM
Seiior^zo, zai «. Pretender to nobility.
Befioread6r, ra, «, Domineerer.
Befioreije, am. Seigneurial
Sefloreante, pa. Domineerer.
Sefiordb*, ixi. To master, domineer ; oxcaL
S^iia. ^ LordshipL laaysbip ; seigneoiy.

ril, a. Lordiv, genteel.

rilmdnte, oo. Nobly, lordly, [control

rio, M7K Dominion; command; sel^

rita, ^f. Miss; young hKly.

rito, Mk Master ; gentleman's son.

r6n, na, «. Groat lord or lady.
8efiu61o, am. Lure, enticement
S60, 9j, Cathedrd church.
Se6r, wm. Lord, sir.

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Bent^nda, ^ Bentenoe ; Judgment; maxim.

Bentendir, «a. To aentenoe; condemn ; do-
dde.

BentendMo, am. CoUeotlon of sentenoeai

Bentenddn, ^ A severe sentence.

Bentendoeamtete, ad, Bententioudy.

Sentend^ao, sa. a. Sententloua.

SentenzudA, ^f. Bli^t sentence.

B«ntidam6nte, a<t FeeUnglv, pdnfully.

Bentido, da, a, Bendble, fSseling.

Sentido, am. Sense; reason: aooeptMion.

Bentimentdl, a. Sentimental. [judgment

f)entimi6nto, wm, Benttment: peroeption;

Oentina, 9f. Sink, drain.

Bentir, «rx. To feel, perceive ; judce ; grieve.
— rr. To be moved, be affectea ; be sen-
sible of; resent

Bentir, am. Feeling, opinion, Judgment

86fi«, am. Blip, token, nod.

Befidl, am. Sign, signature; vestige; symp-
tom ; landmark ; standard, banner.

Befialadamdnte, ooL Bigndly.

BefidAdo, da, a. Famous, eelebratod, notable.

Baftalamifento, am. Assignation.

BaftdAr, va. To damp, mark out; name;
make signals.— er. To distisgutsh one's
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Sept^nx, am. Coin weighing seven ouncoa;
8eptuplic4r, eo. To multlDly by seven.
Septuple, pla, a. Sevenfold.
Sepulcrdl, a. Sepulchral
Sep61en», &m. Sepulchre, grave.
Bepvltacron, ^ Interment
Bcpn1tad6r, «ik Grave-digger.
Sepu]t4r, tNi. To bury, inter; conceal.
BepulUm, ^ B^mlture; grave, tomb. ^
Sepultor^ WK Grave-dlggec
Beqneddd, ^ Aridity; at^ity: asperity.
Beqnedd, Beqnerd, mk, A dry, barren soU.
8eqn6ro, am. Dry, arable nound; arid.
SequerMo^ aa, a. Dry, aria. [lent abodE.
Bequito, am. Dry bread; harshness; n via
Sequia, ^f. Dryness; drought
SequUlo, •m. Biscuit mado of flour and to^tja
Sequio, am. Dry, unirrigated ground.
Bdqnito, 9m, Betinue, auite; popularity.
Sequizo, sa, a. Dry: applied to fruits.



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Itar, ffn. To be; «xtet; happen; beeome;
belong; be worth. Tistence.

Ber, am. Btlng^ entltf, essence ; viuae; ex>

B6n, ^. A lai^e pannier or basket

Serjido, 9m. A parcel of panniers or baskets.

BeHUtco, em, a. Serapbie, angelic

Serafin, sm. Sen^ih, angeU

SeraTina, ^. A sort of swanskin.

Ser4]e,«!rk Panniers of charcoal

Berancolin, sm. Marble of the Pyreneee.

Borai^o, am. Oom from the fennet-glant

&er^ nf. Chintz.

Herasqnlii^ am. SeraaUer.

S^ba, ^ Serrice, a wild pear.

Berbal, Sdfbo, «n. (BoL) Servioe-troe.

Berenam^nte, ad. Serenely. [serene.

Seren&r, 9a. and n. To dear np; become

BerenAta, ^ Serenade.

8eren6ro, am. Nlffhtrall

Beren^ fnn, A awlft boat ; a 3rawl.

Serenidid, ^ Berene hlghnesa; serenity,
meekness.

Serenislmo, ma, a. 9up. Most serene

Ber^o, am. Klght dew: watchman.

Bertoo, na, a, B«rene, <aear; calm.

B6rga8, a/ pi Exploits.

Beriament^ ad. Sertoody.

B^rloo, ea. a. Silken.

S^e, t(f. Series, order, sntte.

BerlecUd, ^ Berioosnesa; sternness; sim«
pllcttr, nnoerlty. [palm-ieavea.

8en)0| Berlllo, am. A small basket made of

B^rlo, ria, a. Serious; important; grand;
solemn: plain.

Bermocinal, a. OratorleaL

Bermdn, am* Sermon, homily.

Bermon4rio, ria, a. Relating to a sermon.

Bermon&rio^ am. Collection of sermona

Bermoncico, Ulo, ito, am, BhOTt address,
brief advioe.

Sermoneir, i>a. To lectnre, reprimand.

8ermonl2acl6n, a< Harangue ; conversation.

Ber6)a, Ser^ a. A withered leaC

Ber6n, am. Hamper; crate. Senm oamU
iMTo, Honei>annier.

Seron^ro. ank Maker of frails or pannlen.

BerosldM, ^ Beroslty, aeronaness.

Ber6ao, aa, a. Beroos, thin, watery.

B^rpa, a^ Prorlna

Berpeir, m. To aerpenttne. creep ; mcuider.

Beipentiria, af. (Bot) Snake-root

BerpmtArto, am, A northern constellation.

BerpenteiUv vn. To serpentine.

Berpenttdda, a. otmk Serpent-killer.

Berpentlgero, ra, a (Poet) SerpentigeitMU.

Sarpentin, am. Serpentine stone; mnaket-
look: serpent [(OhenL) S«^>entinei

Serpentina, «f.Oock of a gnn-look; obhrerln.

Serpentlnam^nte, a A In a serpentine man-
ner, [tongne; a kind of marble.

Berpentlno, na, a. Serpentine ; a slandennis

3erpent6n, am. A large serpent; anrasioal
toatrament

8erpezu61a, af. Little, ^Itefbl, nsly woman.

Bdrpia, af. (Pror.) Gnmmy or vlaiooaa mat-
ter of a Tlne-etoclt.

Berpi^nte, a. Serpent ; Satan. SerpienU da
campafUUa^ Battle-snake.

Berpl^n^* >*> ^ (Med.) Serplglnona

Mrplgo^ am. (8a?g.) Tatter, rmgworm.



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S^rpol, am. (Bot) Wild thyme.

Serradilla, af. Bastard hatcnet vetch.

Serradizo, za, a. Fit to be sawed.

SerrMo, da, a. Dentated, toothed like a aaw

Serrad6r, am. Sawer or sawyer.

SerradOraa, ^f. pL Sawdust

Serr411o, am^ SeragUa

Serrania, ^ A mountidnons country.

Serrani^go, ga, Ow Y. Serrano.

Serranil, am. Kind of knife. [tGndM:

Serr4no, na, a. and a. Monntalne«, hlgh-

Serrir, va. To saw.

Serr&to, ta, & (Anat) Denticulated. [ya&

Serr^tas, ^.pl (Nau.) Pieces of tarred cao-

Serrezoela, ^ A small saw.

8errl)6n, am. Short chain of monntatna.

Serrm, am. Sawdust V. Aaerraduraa,

Senino, na, a. Belonging to chains of monn-
tains. [foot

8eiT6nefl, am. (Bot) EngHsh mercury goose-

Serr&cho, am. Hand-saw. JSerrucAo bra-
guero^ Pit'saw.

Serraddr, am. Preserver: ^pUed to Jupiter.

Serv^ am. (Bot) V. JSrvato.

ServentMo, am. (Poet) Qnartetta

Servlble, o. Fit for acrvlce. [dues.

Servidad6r, am. Colleckorofthedieep-walk

ServidAl, a Obaequieos, obliging, compli-
ant— «»k Clyster.

Servidalmtet^ a<l. Bervlceably.

Servidir, «& To collect dues.

Servioks atm. Service ; ftvor ; utiUty, benefit



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