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acer acerbus afferre afficere agere alicujus aliquid aliquo animi animo animus aptus aqua arum asper bere capere casus causa celeritas cere chief city Comitatus componere copia country cura dare dere dicere dignus dium dubitanter ducere edere exemplum expeditus facere ferre festivus gere gravis habere Hebr homo inducere inferre ingenuus inter latio legatus littie loco locum locus mahe manus mentis mentum mittere modo modum molestus movere munus nare natura natus navem nefarius nere one's onis opus ordo oris ornatus orum pannus pars peritus pertinens plenus ponere potest prep producere proferre pron Prop quod ratio reddere remittere rerum saccharo sibi signum sine solvere struere summa tare tegere tempus tere thing tium tollere town usus v. a. Alicui v. a. Aliquem v. a. and n v. a. Rem verbis verbs vestis vita
Page 134 - The door of a city, castle, palace, or large building; a frame of timber upon hinges to give a passage Into enclosed grounds.
Page 311 - EXERCISES in LATIN PROSE COMPOSITION. For the use of Eton, Winchester, Westminster, Harrow, and King's College, London. 12mo. 5s. 6d. 4. EXERCISES for LATIN VERSE OUT of "OWN SENSE.
Page 39 - The side of a ship ; the volley of shot fired at once from the side of a ship.
Page 24 - What is laid cross a passage to hinder entrance ; a bolt ; obstruction ; a gate ; a rock, or bank of sand, at the entrance of a harbour...
Page 1 - Nor does he think it just to conclude without some tribute of acknowledgment to the Printer, Mr. Watts, for the accuracy and clearness with which the typography has been executed. EAST-INDIA COLLEGE, HAILEYBUKY, November 5th, 1851. ENGLISH AND SANSKRIT DICTIONARY A. As an indefinite article before nouns singular, for the most part not expressed in Sanskrit ; as, ' a lion,
Page 311 - Edition. 8vo. price 14s. ZUMPT's SCHOOL GRAMMAR of the LATIN LANGUAGE. Translated and adapted by Dr.