William Sewel.

A large dictionary English and Dutch, in two parts : wherein each language is set forth in its proper form ; the various significations of the words being exactly noted, and abundance of choice phrases and proverbs intermixt. : To which is added a grammar, for both languages. ... = Groot woordenboek online

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BLEEK, Pale.

Bleek worden, to Grow pale ^to loofe one's colour.
Bleekachtig, Somewhat pale.
BLEEK (F.), Bleekplaats , a Bleaching place ~
Bleekblaauw , Faint-blew.
Bleekelyk, Palely.
BLEEKEN, to Bleach, whiten.
Bleeker (M.) , aWhitfter, bleacher.
Bleek er (Adj.) , Paled, more pale.
Rynfche Bleekerd (M.), Renip Claret
Bleekery (F.) , a Bleaching-piace.
Bleekheyd (F.), Palenefs.
Blecking (F.), a Bleaching.
Blcekfter (F.), a Woman-Bleacher.
Bleek veld (N.), a Field to bleach.
BLEK^ fee Blik.

BLES (F ), a Lock on the forehead.
BLEU , fee Bloo.
BLEyN(F.), a Blain.

BLr.

BLIK(N.), Tin, iron tinned over.

Blikke plaaten, White plates.

Een blikke pan, a Tin pann.
CCj'BLIK (N.), a Twinkling of the eye ,^\£o the eye.
(Xf'Een paar blikken opflaan, To open one's eyes on

afudden , or in afearfull manner.
Blik-aers (C), a Sore breech .^ of riding on horfc-

back , a Galling.
BLIKKEN, to Shine fuddenly , to twinkle.

Blikken met de oogen, to Twinkle with the eyes.
Blikking (F. ), a Sudden pining.
BLIK" OOGEN, to Blmk ^ to twinkle with the

eyes.
BLIKSLAGER (M.) , a Tin-man, a workman in

tin.
BLIKTANDEN , to Show one's teeth.
BLIKSEM (M.), Lightning.

Van den blikfem geflaagcn , Struck with light'
ning.
Blikfemdrig (M.), Blikfemdraager , a Poetical de-
nomination oi Jupiter.
Blikfemitraal (M.) , « FlaJI:! of lightning,

ULIK-



BLI. BLO.

BLIKSEMEN, to Lighten.
Blikfcming (F.), aHalh'tng y lightning.
BLIND, Blind.

Steeke blind, Stark blind.
Blind gebooren , BUtJd-born.
OG" Da-: huys is van achteren blind, 7%at houfe hath

no lights at the back-fide.
BLINDE (F.) , ('t Zeyl van de boegfpriet) , the
Sprit-fail.

De boven-blindc, The Sprit-fail top-fail.
Blindachtig . Some what^ blind.
Blind'jlings, Blindfold.
Blindelyk, Blindly.
BLINDEN (verblinden) , to Blind.
BLINDDOEKEN, \ to Hoodwink., to hlind-
BLINDHO'KKEN, } fold.
Blindhcyd (F.), Blindnefs, cecity,
BLINKhN, to Shine, glifter.
Blink ende. Shining, glifter ing.
Blinkend maaken, (bruyneeren) , to PoUfj ^ fur-
bijh.
BLIXEM,/^^ Blikfem.

BLO.
BLOED (N.), Blond.
Bloed laaten, to Blood., to let blood. \

Bloed rpuuvren, to Vomit or fpit blood.
Bloed Hempen , to Stanch bloud.
Bloed ftorten , to Shed blood.
Dat zal quaad bloed zetten , That vjHI breed ill

bloud.
Met goed en bloed , JVith our lives ^fortunes.
BLOED (Subft. M.), a Simpleton , a filly fellow,
a true trout.

Een arme bloed, a Poor fellow.
BLOEDBAD (N.) ,' a Mafjacre.
Bloedbeuling (M.)? ^ Black-pudding.
BLOEDDORST (M.), Blood-thirftinefs.
Bloeddorftig^ Bloud-thirfty.
Bloeddorftigheyd , Bloud-thirjlinefs.
Bloedeloos , iVithout blood.
BLOEDEN, to Bleed.
Bloedgang (M.) , a Bloody ij/ue,
Bloedhond (M.) , a Bloud-hound.
Bloedig, Bloudy , fanguinary.
Bloedige ftreemen , Bloody Jlripes.
Een bloedig werk , a Bloudy bufinefs.
Bloeding (F.) , a Bleeding.
Bloedlaauw, Lukewarm.
Bloedloop (M.), a Bloody flux.
BLOEDRA AD (M.) , a Bloody Council.
BLOEDRECHTER (M.) , a Judge in criminal

matters , a Sherif.
Bloedrood, Red asl^loud ., incarnate,
Bloedryk, Sanguine , full of bloud.
BLOEDSCHANDE (F.;, Inceji.

Bloedfchande bedryven, To commit incefl,
Bloedfchandig, Incefiuous.
Bloedfchandiglyk, Inceflmusly,
IL Deel



BLO.



n



Rf^S??^^"^^^ (^^•)' '^' Guilt Of bloud.
gloedfchuldig, Guilty of bloud.
bJoedfpuuwing (F.) , a Vomiting or fpitting of bloud.
^\ocdihcn(M.), aBloud'ftont. ^

Bloedftempend geneesmiddel , a Remedy to ftanch

bloud.
Bjoedflemping (F.) , a Stanching of bloud.
Boeditorting, "^ (F.) , Bloud-Jhed , effnfion of
Bloedverg,eting,f blood. ^ UJ J

BLOED VERWANT (M.), a Kin by blood.
bloedverwantfchap (N.) , Kwdred by bloud , con-

fanguimty.
Bloedverwig, Red as bloud,
BLOEDVINCFO, aBoU.
Sl°r^fe°,Sd (M.), fee Bloedrechter.
BLOED VRIND (M.), a Kin by bloud.
m^Al^^l^.iS'^P (^"0 , i<-i-^dred by bloud or birth.
BLOEDWREEKER (M.), a Revenger of bloud.
bJoedzuchtig, Cruel., fangumary.
BLOEDZUYGER QA.), a tiorfe-leech, al-



of a blood-colour.



I > (M.), a Flower-garden.



fo « Grievous Exa£tor of other mens gain.
Bloedzweer (F.) , a Bloudy bile or ulcer.
BLOEM(F.}, a Flower.
Bloem van meel, Flower of meal.
De fynfte bloem, The fineft flower.
oJBloemen (maandftonden) , ^omens flowers,
oloemachtig, Like a flower.
Bloemhdf,
Bloemtuyn, j
Bloemkool , fee Blomkool
Bloemkrans (F.), a Garland,
Bloemperk (N.), a Plotfet with flowers.
Bloempdt (F.), a Flower-pot.
BLOEIJEN, toBlofom, bloom , flourijh.
De boom bloeijt, The tree bloffoms.
In 't bloeijen zyner jaaren , In the prime of his

age.
De Koophandel bloeide wel eer in die ftad,

Trade flourifhed formerly in that city.
De bloeijendejeugd, Ihe floiirifloing- youth.
Kl' Bloeijen (rood in 't aanzigt zyn), To be red in

the face.
BLOEIMAAND (F.), May (the month.)
BLOEISEL (N.),\ „, / ,,
Bloeflem(M.), j* Bbffom, bloom.
BLOESEMEN, to Bloffom.
BLOK (N.)^ a Log.
oj'Een bldk lood, a Pig of lead.
BLO'KHU YS (N.), a Blockhoufe, fconfe .wooden

fort.
Bldkje(N.), a Little log.
Bldkken (the Plural of Bldk), Logs^ blocks
BLO'KKEN (ftip bezig zyn) , to Plod , to Jludy
incejfantly.

Aan een werk bldkken , To plod upon a bufinefs.
A an een boek bldkken, To plod at a book
BLOKKEEREN, to Block up.
BLOM (F.) , a Flowery fee Bloem.

H BLOMKOOL



BLO. BLU. ELY.



To make one



BLOMKOOL(F.), Collyflovjer.
Blompdt (F.), a Bhwer-pt.

Bloodaard (M.), « Coward^
Bloodelyk, Cowardly.
Bloohartig, tuirithearted.
Bloohartighcyd (F.) , FaiMiheartednefs,
Bloohartiglyk , Faintheartedly.
r)looheyd(F.), Coivardtze, coivardlwefs.
BLOOT, Naked, bare.

Een bloot 2 waerd , a Naked pword.
De bloote huyd, The bare fkin.
Bloot maaken, To make bare.
Bloods hoofds, Bare-headed.
03- Voor 't gevaar bloot gefteld, Expofed to danger.
Vellen BLOOTEN , To Pluck the wool off jrom

Jheeps-fkins.
B\oothcyd(F.), Nakednefs, bar enefs.
BLOOZEN, to Bhip, to grow red m the face.
Bloozend, Ruddy, rofy.

Bloo'z.cnde wangen, Rofy cheeks.
Bloo2endheyd(F.), Ruddinefs.
Bloozing (F.) , a Bluping,
BLO'S (F.) , a Blujh.

lemand een bids aanjaagen
Bldsie rN.) , a Little bluJh.

BLU.
BLUSSCHEN, to Quench.

Brand bluffchen, to Quench afire,
0:1= Zyne luft bluflchen, Tofatisfy his lufl.
Bluflcher (M.), « Quencher.
BlulTching (F ), a Quenching.
BLUTS (F.), aBruifie. , , . .

CS*Hy is bluts , He hath loft- all viith playing (as

boys fomtimes.)
0^ BLUTS, Blutskoorts (F.) , the Spited feaver.
BLUTSEN, toBruife.
Blutfing (F.) , a Bruijing.

BLY.
BLY(F.), aBkak (afifh.)
BLY, blyde, G/<2^,>^//^//. ^ ^^ ^.

C^-Blyde (F.) , a l Machine formerly ufed to fling

great fiones ivith.
Blydichap (F.), Joy, gladnefs.

Vol blydfchap, Full of joy.
BLYF, Star or tarry, the Imperative of Blyven.
BLYGEESTIG, Cheerfully gay, merry.
Blygeeftigheyd (F.) , Cheerfulnefs , gaynefs.
BLYK (N.), Evidence, appearance, proof.

Daar is geen blyk van de zaak , There is no evt-

dence of the thing.
Hy gaf groote blyken van 'zyne geleerdheyd, He
gave evident proofs of his learning.
Blykbaar, Evident, apparent.
Blykbaarheyd (F.) , Appearance,



ELY. BOB. BOCH. BOD. BOE.

BLYKEN , to Appear.

Laaten blyken , To pew , fignify.
BLYHAR'IIG, Gay, merry, cheerfull,
Blyhartigheyd CF.) , Gaynefs, merrincfs.
Blymocdig, Cheerful.
Blymocdigheyd (F.), Cheerfulnefs.
Blyfpc-. (N.) , a Comedy.
BLYVEN , to P.emain , flay , tarry.
ccl' Blyven, (vergaan als een fchip op *^ee), T'o g^
to wrack .^ to founder.

Het fchip is met al het vdlk gebleeven^ Thejhip
is loft ivith all the men,

Uyt blyven, To ft ay from home, to tarry.
Blyver (IVl.)? ^ Remainer , flayer.
Blyving (F.) , a Remaining, flaying.

BOBBEL (M.) , a Bubble. '
BOBBELEN, to Bubble.
Bobbeling (F.)j a Bubbling.

BOCH.
BOCHGEL (M.), aBofs, bunch.

BOD.
BO'D (N.) (bieding) , a Proffer.
BODEM (M), Bottom, ground.

De bodeni van een vat , The bottom of a tun.
Op 's vyands bodem, On the enemies ground.
Aard-bodcm, ^^f? Surface of the earth, the world.
Bodemery (F.), Bottomry.
Bodemloos, hottomlefs.
Cct'Bodemlooze baatzucht, Infatiable covetousnefs.

BOE.
BOEDEL (M.), Boel, imboel , Houfehold-fluff ,

alfo m Eflate left behind by thofe that are

deceafed.
BOEF (M.) y a Rogue, knave, wag.
Boefachtig, Roguijh , -waggip.
Boefachtiglyk , Roguiply.
BOEG (M.) , The Prow, flem, or bow of a ihip



O^Ovcr een en anderen boeg vvenden , To take

another coiirfe.
Boegfprict (N.), aBow-fprit.
BOEGSEEREN , to Tow away with a boat.
BOEI (F.) (kluyfter), a Shackle.
ffS" De boei van een anker, the Buoy of an anchor.
Boei-anker, The fmall Bower- anchor.
Boeijen, Shackles, fetters, alfo the Prifon.

lemand na de boeijen brengen , To carry one to
prifon,
BOEIJEN (kluyfteren), to Shackle, fetter.
BOEIJER (M.), aHoy ,z kind of fliip.
BOEK(N.), a Book.

Een Engelfch boek, an Englifj book,
^ Een boek papiers , a Quire of paper.
03* Boek (F.), (vrucht van eencn boekeboom),

Maft of beech.
BOEK-BINDEN, to Bind booh.
Boekbinder (M.) , a Book-binder,
iBoekdeelfN.), <«re/«»?.

BOEK-



BOEK BOEL.BOEN.BOER.BOET.

BOEKDRUKKEN, to t-rint books.

Hy gaat op hockdrnkkcn y He learns i>ook'^riftttfig.
Bookdrukker (M.)y a Fritter.
Boekdrukkery (F.), a Printer's ^Jop.
BOEKEBOOM (M), a Beech-tree.
BOEKEN ( te boek ftellen ) , To Enter into a



Boekekas (F.), a Shelf for books.

Boekekraam (F.) , a Book-pop.

Boekcry (F.)^ ^ Library.

BOEKHOUDEN, To keep merchants accounts.

Boekhouder (F.) , a Book-keeper , one that keeps

merchants accounts.
Boekhouding (F.), a Book-keeping.
hotkkzmQT {¥.)., a Library.
Boekoefening (F.)? Book-reading, Study.
Boekfchryver (M.) , a Writer of hooks , an Author.
BOEKSTAAF (F.) , a Letter , charader.
(t)Boekftaaven, (fpelden), to Spell.
Boekverkooper (M.), a Bookfeller , Jlationer.
Boekwinkel (M.), a Stationer'' s pop ^ book-pop.
Boekzaal (F.), a Library.
BOElvWEYT (F.), Buck-wheat. "
BOEL (inboel), /^e Boedel.
BOEL (C), a Concubine, and alfo an Adulterer.
BOELEEREN , to Play the harlot., to ly with a

concubine, to go whoring.
Boelecring (F,), Concubinage.
BOELHUYS houden , te Keep an open fale of

hoHshold-fluf or cattle.
Boelkens kruyd , Bajiard-agrimony , or liver-wort.
Boelfchap (F.) (by2.ir) , a Concubine.
BOELYNS (zekere touwen aan een fchip), Bow-
lines.
BOENDER(M.), a Rubber, rubbing-brip.
BOENEN, to Rub with a brupj.
BOER(M.), a Country-man^ atlown.
Boerachtig , Clowniply.
Boerfch, Clownip, ruftical.
Boerheyd (F.) , Clownipnefs, rufticity.
Boerenhuys (N.), ^ Country-houfe,
Boere-kers (F.), Treacle-mujlard.
Boerin (F.), a Country-woman'.

Een Melk-boerin , a Milk-maid^
BOERT(F.), >y?.
BOERTEN, to J eft, boord.
Boerter (M.), ajefter.
Boertery (F.) , a Merry je ft.
Boertig , Facetious , jocofe , jocular.
Boerting (F.) , a Jefting,
BOETE (F.), Pennance, penalty.

Boete doen, to Repent^ to turn penitent.
CC^Bdete (geldboete), a Fine, penalty.
lemand in boete beflaan , to Fine one.
BOETEN, to Make amends , to fatisfy^to atone for.
Met den hals boe'ten, To pay with one's life.
Zyn hals zal 'er voor boeten , His neckjkal pay
for''t.



BOET.B0EV.B0EZ.BOF.BOG.BOH.BOK.B0L. f^

Zyne luft boeten , to Satisfy his luff.

Zynen dorlt boeten , to Quench his thirft,
(drNettcn boeten, to Mend nets.

Een ketel-Boeter (M.), ^ Tinker.
Bocting (F.), Expiation, atonement.
BOE1 SEEREN , To form images of wax ^ U

counterfeit.
BOETVAERDIG, Pe'nitent.
Boetvaerdigheyd (F.) , Repentance.
BOEVE,;^. Boef.
Boevejagt (F.), a Roguip crew.
Boevery (F.), Roguery, knavery,
Boeveftuk (N,_), a Piece of knavery.

i^eSar^'} ^^■) ■> ^Womans fafeguard,
BOEZEM (M.), Bofom., hreafl.
Een Zee-boezem, a Bay.
EOF.
BOF (M.) , a Shock.

BOG.
BOGT (F ), a Bend^ turning, winding.
Bogtig, U'inding, crooked.

Een bogtige rivier, a Crooked river,
BOH.
BOH A (M.), a Noife, a bo aft , ado.
Eenen grooten boha maaken, To make a grea%
boaft of fornethivg.

BOK.
BOK (M.) , a He-goat.
Bokachtig, Goat-like, incivil.
Bokachtigheyd (F.) , a Sturdy incivility.
Bokje(N.), a Kid.
Bokkeftal (M.) , a Goats-ftable.
Boksbaard (ftuyfbloemen) , Goats-beard.
Boksboonen (drieblad), Buck-beans, water-trefoiL
Boksdoorn, Goats-thorn.
BOKSEN, Breeches.
BOKKING(M.), Red herring.
cct" Een bokking (fchimpfcheut) , a Dry jili,
BOKKEN,/.^Bukken.

BOL.
BOL (zacht) , Plump , fquab , fpungy , foft.
BO'L (M.) , (kloot) , a Boul, globe.
Bdl (broodbdl) , a Sr/2all loaf.

Een halve ftuyvers bdl , a Half-penny loaf,
(Xt" Bdl (kdp) , the Head, pate.
Een Harde-bdl , a Hard-head.
Een Lds-bdl , a Loofe fellow.
Een Schudde-bdl , One that fkakes his head ver^

often.
Een Zdtte-bdl , a Sottip fellow .
Bdl-worm (M.). ^ Maggot in the pate.
55" Bdl, (alsvan een tulp o^ hyzcim), a Bulb, a co*
ted root , as that of a tulip , or hyacinth-flower,
Een Tulp-bdl , a Bulb of a tulip.
Bdlbaan (F.) , a BouUng green.
Bdlgcwas (N.)i a Bulbous plant.
BO'ivKV ANGER (M.), a Seamam coat , a thick
H 2 rough



<5o



BOL. BOM. BON.



rough coat.
BOLKORSTIG brood, BreW whereof the crujl is

pfiffed up.

Bdllen, Boules., fmall loaves.

BO'LLEN (Verb ) , To Knock upon the head.

Eenen o's bdllen, To knock an ox down.
(O' Bdllen (behaagen), to Pleafe.

Dat bolt hem , He is hugely pleafed therewith.
Bdilctje(N.), aS-mallloaf.
nS" Een bdlletje kndflook , a Clove of ?arlick.
BO'LSTER (M.), The green pel of a walnut, a

hufk or cod.
BO'LSTEREN, to Shell walnuts.
BO'LWO'RM (M,), a Maggot in the pate Jrenfy.

Met den bdlwurm gequeld, Maggot-pated , mag-
got-headed.
BO'LWERK (N.) , a B,ulwark.
Bebdiwerkt, fenced about with bulwarks, blockt up.

BOM.
BOM ( F. } , a Bung , alfa the found of an empty

barrel.

Bom , "^ ,17 V xj /
BOPvlBE, MF.), «B^»^^.

BOMI3AZYN (N.), Bumbajl,fuftian.
BOMHARDEEREN, to Bombe, bombard.
BOMGAT (N.), a Bung-hole.

't Bomgat in een toren , the Hole in a fieeple

through which the fotmd of ringing bells doth pafs.

BOMMEL (M.), as De bommel is uytgebroken,

The plot is discovered.
BOMMEN, To found like an empty barrel.
* Een leeg vat bomt meeft, An empty barrel founds
mofi, i, e. FooUjh people will chatter mefi of all.
BON.
BOND (N.) (verbond), Covenant.
Bond-breeker (M.), a Covenant-breaker.
Bond-aal, Small bundles of eels boiPd with herbs.
BONDEL CM.), a Bundle, trufs.

Een bondel pylen, a Sheaf of arrows.
Bondeltje (N.), bondelken , a Little bundle.
BONDGENOOT (M.), an Allie^ confederate.
Bondgenootfchap (N.) , Society , alliance., confederacy.
BON DIG, Firm, valid, fur e, Concife.

Bondige redcnen, Strong arguments .
Bondigheyd (P\), Firmnefs, validity — Concifenefs.
J^ondfglyk , Firmly,

BONDKIST (F.) , the Ark of the Covenant.
Bondlchrift (N.) (Ubligatie), a Bond,
Bondtcken (N.), Sacrament.
BONDVERWANT (M.), a Confederate.
Boiidvcrwantichap (N.) , as Bondgenootfchap*
BONK(F.), aBove.
Boiikiir , Bo-ny, full of bones..
BONNET CM), a Cap.
EONS (Cj.), a Sh'g^ bounce, thump.

Den bons krvi;eii , To be cajheered.
BON',EM (>/''.), or Bonling, « Polcat ox (lot e.
BONT(N.), FHrr,fkin. ^ ^



BON. BOO.

Bonte vcllcn , Furred fkins.

Een bonte rdk , a Furr-coat.

Een bonte tabberd , a Furred gown.

Een bonte mantel , a Furred cloak.
BONl^ (gevlakt) , Pyed.

Een bonte koe, a Pyed cow.
Bont (kakelbont), Offundrycoulours, variegated
\is Bont aaudellen. To commit extravagancies.

Hy maakt het tc bont, He is toofaucy.
BONTEKRA Al (F.) , a Crow.
bONTWERKER (M.), a Fmrier, fkinner.
BONZEN, to Shog, boi;.nfe , thur/ip.

BOO.
BOQDE (M.), a Meffenger, pojl.

Dienft boode, a Servant.
cc> De booden , the Servants.
Boodenbrood ^ (N.) , Wages or reward given ft-
Booden -loon , j one that brings news.
BOUDSCHAP (F.), a Miffage , errand.

Een boodfchap doen, To do (or to go upon) an
errand.

Ik heb om een boodfchap geweeft , / have been
on an errand.
BOODSCH APPEN , To bring word, to bring news ^

to annunciate.
Boodfchapper (M.) , a Meffenger , a Nuncio.
Boodfchapping (F.), a Delivering of a meffage^an^-

nunciation.
BOOG (C.),^B<?n;.

Den boog fpannen , To bend the bow.
€t Boog (welffel) , an Arch.
BOOGAAKD (M.), an Orchard:
BOOGKOKER (M ) , ^ Bow-cafe.
Boogmaaker (M.), a Bowyer , bow-maker.
Boogfcliutter (M), an Archer., bowman.
Boogswyze, Arch-wife, buw-like.
Boogzaam , Flexible.
BOUGb:N (pochgen), to Boafl, vaunt.
BOOM(M.), a Tree.
Boom ( I'chipboom ) , a Boat-pole , [as bargemea

ufe. ]
Boom, dwarsboom pTdraaiboom., a Bar.
Boom, draagbooni, a Pole.
Boom, handboom, c-Lea-ver.
Boom, weeversboom, a lFeaver''s beam, ozrjU.
Boom, bierdraagers boom , a Brewers fling.
Boom, daar de hennen op zitten, a Ronfi.
Boom, havenboom, a Beam that lyes in th -water

to put the haven.
Bo6m , fee Bodem.
BooiTtachtig , Like a tree.
B(30MEN , een fchuyt voortduuwen , To.fct a

boat along with a pole.
BOOMGAARD (M.), an Orchard.
Boom-mufch (M.) , a Sparrow that keeps in trees.
Boom-oli (F.), Salad-oyl.
Boomvyk., Full of frees.
BOOMSNOEIJER (M.), a Pruner,

Boom-



BOO. BOR.

Boomfnoeijing (F.), a Lopping of trees:
BOOMSLU YTER (M.) , One thatjhuts the ha-
ven.
BOOM-VAREN, (een kruyd) , Folypod;^ of the

oak or vjall.
Boomwol (F.) , Cotton-vjool.
Boomzwam (F.) , a Spungy excrcscency upon trees.
Bo6mtje or Boonipje (N,) , a Little tree.
BOON (M.), a Bean

Tnrkfche boonen , French beans.
fS^ Hy is in de boonen, (in den dut) , He dotes.
Boon-akker ^M.) , a Bean-field.
Boon-halm (M), a Stalk ivhereon beans grovj.
Boone meel (N.), Meal of beans.
Boontje (N.)» « Little bean.
Boontjes hdlwortel, Hartvjort.
BOOR (N.)) <i Piercer y wimble., anger.
BOORD (JVl.) (zoom), a Hem, welt.
Boord (M.) (rand) , a Brim , margent., brink , border,
Boord (N.) fcheepsboord, Ship-board.
Aan boord , A-board.
Binnens boords , H^ithin pip-board.
Boordcvol , As full as it can hold.
BGORDEN, to Hem, lace, edge.
{•"'Oordfel (N), Lace .^ galloon.
BQOREN, to Pierce, bore.
B^ Een fchip in de grond booren , To Sink a jfjip.
Boortj-e (N.), a Little piercer, gimblet.
BOOS, Wicked., angry, mischievous.
Boosaardig , Malicious , fpitefull.
"Boosaardigheyd (F.) , Malice , rnaliciotisnefs , ill-
nature.
Boosaardiglyk , Maliciously.
J^oosdoener (M,), a Malefador, felon.
Boosheyd (F.) , Wickednefs , mischievousnefs , ma-
lignity.
Booswicht (M.) , a Mifchievous rogue , a defperate

wretch, a villain.
Booswillig, Ill-willed, malignard.
Booswillii;heyd (F.), Malignity, Ill-will.
BOOT (M.) , a Boat.
air Boot (F.) (borrtjuweel), a Breajl-jetvel,
Bootje (N.), a Little boat.
Bootsgezel (M.), a Seaman, ■.nar'mer,
Bootshaak (M.), a Boat-hook, a Boat-man'' s pole,
Bootsman (M.), aBoat-fvoain, the Maliefs mate.
BOOTSE (F.), a Farce, drollery, jeji.
Bootfemaaker (M.) , a Buffoon , fack-pudding , wag.
BOOTSEEREN, 7o Counterffit in plaijicroxwax.
BOOTS VO'LK (N.>, the Ships crew , the feamen.
BOOZE menfchen , Wicked rnen.

Verlds ons van den booz-en , Deliver as from
the evil one.
Eoozelyk, wickedly.

BOR.
BORAT (N.), a Certain light ftufofSilk and fine
wool. I

BO'RD (N.) , a Board, pelf. i



BOR. ^l

i> Hy heeft een bo'rd voor ^t hoofd , He has a bra-
zen face.
QCj' Bo'rd, uythang-bdrd, rti^/Vw, which is hung out.
BO'RDEEL (N ), a Bawdy-houfe.

Bdrdeel houden , To keep a iawdy-heufe.
Bdrdeel-hoer (F.) , a Publick whore, a projlitute,
BORDIG, Stiff, hard.
BO'RDPAPIER (N.), Pafl-board.
BO'RDUUREN, to Embroider.
Bdrduurder (M.j, an Embroiderer^
Bdrduuring (F.), an Embroidering.
Bdrduurfel (N.), Embroidery.
Bdrduurfter (F.), a Woman-Embroiderer.
Bdrduurwerker (M.), an Embroiderer.
BO'RG (C), a Pledge, bail., furety.
Bdrg blyven , voor iemand bdrg ftaan , To pafs

his word for one, to bind himfelffor another.
Ik ftaa u bdrg, III be your pledge.
Bdrg neemen. To take furety.
Bdrg ftellen, To give bail, ''to give fecurity.
(X^Bdrg (uytbdrging), Credit, truji.
Te bdrg, Upon trufi , at loan.
Te bdrg koopen , To buy on credit , to buy upon
truJi.
BO'RGEN, uytbdrgen to Lend, credit, trufi.
Iemand bdrgcn voor mecr dan hy kan winnen-,
To trufi one for more than his fubfiftence doth
amount to.
Bdrgen , afbdrgen, to Borrow , to take upon trufi ^
Bdrger (M.), One that buyeth on trufi.
cj'Bdrger (poorter), a Citizen, fee Burger.
Bdrgftelhng(F.), a Bailing.
Bdfglter (F.) , a Woman that tifually buyes upo»

trufi.
Bdrgtd,;t (F.), Bail, furety.

Op bdrgtdgt ontflagen, Releafed on bail.
BO'RNPUT (M.) , a Well , fee Bron.
Bdrnwater (N.), Well-water.
BORREKIKKEN, to Croak as frogs.
BORRELEN, to Bubble up.
hct Borft (Verb.) It burfi, {from Barften.)
BORST(F.), theBreafi,
De borft fmecrcn. To greaje the breafi , to make

good chcar , to drink great draughts.
Tegen de borfl: zyn , To go againjl the grain , ta

offend.
Het is my tegen de borft , It is againfl my mind.
Hec was hem. zeer tegen de borft , It was mmh
Ggainji his ivclinaiion.
^ Een jong boift (M.), a Toung-man.
Een braaf of dapper borft , a Brave or valrant

yoHKg-man.
A del- borft, a Gentleman-Souldier,
(Xj' Borft (pram), the Bubby , breafi.

Hci kind de borft geeven , To give the child tl^

breafi or bubby.
Een Kalfs borft, a Breafi of veal.
BORSTEL (iM.) (Verkens haair), Brijlle.

H 3 Kj-Borftel



62, BOR. BOS. BOT

Cj-Borftel (fchuyer), a Br up ^ brijlle-brftp,
Boriklmaaker (M.), a Brnjh-maker.
BorReltje (N.) , ^ LutU brup.
BORSllG, Large-breajled, broad-chejled.
Borllharnas (N), an Armour ^ breaft-plate.
Borllje (N.) (voorlleeklel), a Stomacher.
Bor(tlap(K.), a Breaft-chnh.
Borrtrok (M.) , a i'l' Oman's onchiWs wajl-coat.
Borftwapen (N.)i a Breaflplatc ^ armour.
Bordweer, "^ CF.)i Breajl-vjorks , parapet^ the
Borllweering,j Batlements 0/ ^ w«// Jsreaft-high

to defend from the enemies fliot.
BORZE,/f^Beurs.

BOS.
BOS (N.)i a Bunch, bundle, trufs, tuft, bujh.

Een bos druyven , a Bunch of grapes.

Een bos ftroo, a Bunch of fir aw-

Een bos wortelen, a Bunch of carots,

Een bos koorns , a Sheaf of com.

Een bos pylen, a Sheaf of arrows.

Een veder-bos , a Bunch or tuft of feathers.

Een takke-bos , a Faggot. ^

Een haair-bos , aBup of hair,
c5= Bos (F.) , a Box , Jee Bus.
BOSBOOM (M.), a Box-tree,
BOSCH (N.), a IFood, forrej}.

Kreupel bofch , a Green bup , Ticfxt.

Bofchachtig, Woody, bupy.

Bofch-goden , The Heathen Gods of the woods.

Bofch-man (M.) , One that lives In the vjoods.

Bofch waarder (M-)? aForreJler.

Bofchje (N.), ^ Small grove, a bujh.

BOT(plomp), Blunt, dul,Jloiv, heavy , blockijh
(Xj'Op een bot, Ok afudden.

Op een bot vcrftuyven, To vanip on afudden.
Bot ftil zwygen , To become quite filent , or as
mute as a fip.
cS'Bot geeven , (vieren), to Tield, to give way.
BOT (F.) (vifch) , Flounder.

Een ioo bot , a Parcel of flounders.
ICj'De bot vergallcn , ( 't werk verbrddden) , To

fpoil the bujinefs.
V>OTEK{Y.), Butter.
Boteram (C.) , a Piece of bread and butter.
Boterbloemen , Crow-foot, a plant.
BOTEREN, to Butter , to fpread butter ^ to do
over with butter,

Een ftuk bdter^n, To fpread a piece of bread with
butter.
Boterkarn (F.), a Churn.
Boterkooper (M.), a Butter -met chant,
Botermelk (F.) , Butter-milk.
Boterpdt (F.) , a Butter-pot.
Boterfchotel (M.), a Butter-dip.
Botertanden, The foremoji teeth.



BOT. BOV. BOU.

BOTHEYD (F.), Bluntnefs, dulnefs ,hlockilh»en.
BotmuylA (M.), a Blunt ov dull fellow , a tlam-
Botterik, J per ton.
Bottigheyd, fee Botheyd.
B01TE(F.)(kndp), a Bud.
mTTEi.]E{¥.), a Bottle.
BOTTELERY (F.), a Pantry.
Bottelbier (N.) , Bottle-beer.

Bottelier (M. ) , The Steward of a pip , — a Buttler.
-De Uotteliers kamer , The Steward's room itt 4

BOTtELYK, Bluntly.
BOTTEN, to Bud.

BOV.
BOVEN, Above.

Boven al , Above all things.
Bovenaard, Above the ground.
JXi'Het lyk flaat nog boven aard , The corps is yet
unburfd.

Boven draagen, to Carry up, Support.

Boven dryven, to Swim or float on the top of the

water: alfo To be fuperior , to have the

whip-hand of one.
Van boven, From above.
Te boven gaan, to Surpafs, exceed.
Te boven komen, To Overcome.
De Boven Ryn , the Upper-Rhine.
Een Kaap te boven zcylen, to Weather a Cape,
13ovenaardfch , Supramimdane.

Boveraardfche vcrmaakelykheden, //^^r-ew/y/^/fa..
fures.
Bovengemeld, Above-mentioned.
bovenmaate , Exceedingly.
Bovennatuurlyk , Supernatural, preternatural,
Boven Itaande , Above-written,
Bovenwaards, Upward.

£0U.
BOUT (M.), yzerebout, a Bolt,iro»-harr,fpeeh
^Dtn bout op 't hoofd krygen, To loofe the day.

to be quash'' d or routed.
BOUT (M.) fchaapen-bout , a Qiiarter or Joint
of mutton.

Een voorbout, a Shoulder.
Een achterbout, a Lez.
Ct)BOUT, ftout, Bold.
BOUVVCM.), Building.

Tempel-bouw, the Building of a Temple,
Land-bouw, Husbandry, tillage.
Bouwkonll, 1 ,r-. ^ ,• ^
Bouwkunde,j>' ^f^-)' ^^^'^'^^'^«'-^-
(t) BOU WEN (F.) (zekere ouderwetfe vrouwen
tabberd), An old fort o/Womans gown , out



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