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adorn Anat ancient animal applied Arch augm beasts belonging birds birds of prey blow body burthen cards cattle Cepo cloth coarse coin Coll colour comun contract corn cotia cover cross-bow dress Echar fall fastened favour fish flowers formerly fruit give grain ground grow hair head hemp hole Hombre honour horse Ichth instrument iron kind l.To labour leather linen liquor Littl manner meat ment metal mules nail navio ness one's ornament passion person Phillyrea Pict piece plants plied Poet proa pron Prov quadruped resembling rope sail ship silk silver sort Spain Spanish stone stuff thing tiling timber tion trees vessel wind wine woman wood wool words worn wound га гл ля шт
Page 333 - Discourse. The act of the understanding, by which it passes from premises to consequences.
Page 62 - A point in the heavens, in which the sun or a planet is at the greatest distance possible from the earth in its whole revolution.
Page 78 - Artery, a cylindrical canal which conveys the blood from the heart to all parts of the body.
Page 272 - Tratar como cuerpo de rey, To feast like a king. Hacer del cuerpo, To ease the body, to go to stool. Tomar cuerpo, To increase, to enlarge. En cuerpo y en alma, (Fain.) Totally, wholly.
Page 57 - AORTA ; the great artery, which rises immediately out of the left ventricle of the heart.
Page 289 - The tracing of a word from its original ; the tracing of any thing from its fource ; in medicine, the drawing of a humour from one part of the body to another.
Page 344 - A great circle, whose poles are the poles of the •world. It divides the globe into two equal parts, the northern and southern hemispheres.
Page 126 - A loud noise; a hollow iron ball, or shell, filled with gunpowder, and furnished with a vent for a fusee, or wooden tube, filled with combustible matter , to be thrown out from a mortar.