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to make him come. -Ditemi ill in commendam.

able. come, tell me how, in what Commendatizio,adj.commend- Commisário, o. Commessário. manner.--Come, provided,pro- atory.

Commissione, v. Commessióne, vided that.--- Come non vi sia, io Commendatóre, he that com- Commistióne, v. Commestióne. ci verrò, provided he is not mends or praises.-Conmenda- Commisto, adj. mixed, mingled. there, I'll come.--Come, when. tore, a commendatory, one Commisuráre, to take measure -Come vedrollo gli parlerò di that enjoys a benefice in com of, to proportion. voi, when I see him, I'll speak mendam.

Commodézza, ». Comodezza. to him of you. Come prima, as Commendazione,s.f. commend. Commósso, adj. znoved, stirred,

ation.----l'ommerdazione, ho troubled, vexed. Comecchè, adv. although.-nour, praise.

Commotivo, adj. apt to move Commechė, because, as. Commendevole, adj.commend. Commóto, adj. moved, stirred, Comédia, o. Commedia. able.

troubled, chafed. Comentáre, to comment, to ex. Commensále, a guest. Commovimento, s. m. commopound.

Commensurabile, adj. that tion. Comentário,s. m. commentary.

which can be measured at the Commovitóre, a mover, a stirComentatore, commentator. same time with another. Coménto, s. m. commentary. Conimensuráre, to compare, to Commovitríce, feminine of Cométa, s. f. a comet.

set together, to confer, to Commovitóre. Cometário, adj. cometary.

make comparison.

Commovitúra, commotion. Cometaccia, s. f. a large ugly Commentáre, v. Comentáre. Commozione, s. f. trouble, dis

Commentário, o. Comentário. quiet, commotion. Comiato, v. Commiato. Commentatore,o. Comentatore. Commozioncélla, dimin. of Cómico,'s. m. a writer of co- Commercio,

Commozione. medies, an actor in comedy. Commerzio, s. m. commerce. Commuovere, to move, to stir, Comignolo, the roof-ridge of Commessa, s. f. commission, to trouble, to vex, to disquiet, a house. charge, order.

to provoke. Cominciaménto, s. com-Commessaria, s. f. commission-Commutaménto, s. m. commumencement. er's office.

tation. Cominciante, s. m, beginner. Commessário, s. m. commis- Commutáre, to change, to exCominciánza, s. f. beginning. sioner.--Commessírio,executor. change. Obs.

Commessione, s. f. commission. Commutazione, s. f. change, Cominciare, to begin, to com- Commésso, adj. committed. commutation. mence.-Al cominciare, at the Commesso,s.m. a seam, a suture. Como, adv. (poetical for come) beginning

Commessúra, s. f. seam, suture, Cominciáta, s. f. the beginning. chink, cleft.

Comodamente, adv. conveni. Cominciato, s. m. beginning. Commestibile, s. m. victuals.-ently, easily, with ease. Cominciatore, s. m. beginner, Commestibile, adj. eatable. Comodáre, to fit, to make fit. novice.-Cominciatore,forinder. Commestióne, s. f. a mixture. Comodatamente, conveniently. Cominciatrice, a female begin-Commettente,s.m. correspond-Comodézza, s.f.conveniency,

Comodità, S ease. ---Comodità, Comincio, adj. begun.

Comméttere, to enjoin, to com opportunity--Le comodità Comíno, s. in. cummin-sced. mand,to impose, to lay charge d'una casa, the accommodaComitáto, s. m.company, train, upon --Conmettere, to intrust, tions of a house. Comodità, retinue. torecommend.--Comméttere, to

riches. -Far le sue comodità, to Comitiva, s. f. train, retinue. commit, to do, to perpetrate.

avoid. followers.

--Comméltere, io inchase,to set. Cómodo, s. m. advantage, con. Cómito, s. m. an officer in a Commettimále, a mischievous venience. A vostro comodo, at galley, who orders the rowers fellow, a make-bate.

your leisure.-Comodo, adj. to work, or give over. Commettitore, he that commits convenient, easy.(amodo, Commédia, s. f. a play, a co-Commettitrice, she that com wealthy, that lives well. medy.--Commédia,

Compadróne, s. m. a partner in house.

Commettitúra, $. f. placing, the command. Commediájo, s. m. a comedy joining, or putting together.' Compáge, s. f. close joining or monger.

Commiato, s. m. leave, warn setting together.—l'anpage, Commediánte,s.m. a comedian, ing.-Pren tèr commiato,to take part, share, portion. a player.

one's leave.---Chiedler commi- Compágna, feminine of ComCommemorare, to commemo ato, to ask leave to go.--Dar pagno. Compágna, company. rate. cimmiato, to send away, to

Obs.-Compagna, a company Commemorazione, s.f. comme dismiss.

of foot. Obs. moration.

Commilitone, fellow-soldier. Compagnáccip, s. m. bad com. Comménda, s. f. commandry. Commischiare, to mixtogether. panion. Commendáre, to approve, to Commiseráre, to take pity. Compagnésco, adj. sociable. like.-Commendáre, to recom-Commiserazione, s. f. commi. Compagnéssa, a she companion, mend. seration.

a female partner: Commendatário, one that has Commiserevóle, adj. piteous, Compagnétto, a little compa

lounded or enjoys a benefice) miserable, lamentable, deplor- nion.

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Compagnévole, adj. sociable. Compendiáre, to abridge, to lect-Compilare, to order, to
Compagnia, s. f. company. epitomize.

dispose.-- Compiláre,to do with
Compagnia; corporation, soci. Compéndio, s. m. abridgment. too much diligence, to overdo.
ety, club.-Compagnia, con. Compendióso, adj. compendi- Compilatóre, s. m. a compiler.
gregation, confraternity.-
ous, concise.

Compilatúra, 2 compilation, Andar in compagnia, to go to- Compensacióne, s. f. com- Compilazione, Š collection. gether.

Compensáme, s. m. pens. Compimento, 5. m. finishing, Campagno, adj. companion, fel- Compensamento, s.m. ation perfecting, accomplishing. ow.-Campagno,fellow, equal. Compensáre, to compensate, to Dar compimento, to finish. Compagnone, s. m. companion, recompence.

Compíre, to finish, to end, to fellow, partner.-Compagnone, Compensazione, 5.f. compensa- close, to conclude, to perfect. a good companion, a merry tion.

--Compire con uno, to perform fellow.-Compagnone, a tall Compenso, s. m. compensation. one's duty with one.-Com

Cómpera, s. f. purchase, empo pire alla promessa, to make good, Compagnúzzo, dim. of Com- tion.

one's promise -Compire ab Mgno.

Comperaménto, s. m. emption, dovere, to do one's duty. Campanática, s. f.) meat, any purchase.

Compitamente, adv. perfectly. Companático,s.m.) thing that Comperáre, to buy, to pur-Compitáre, to compute. Not is eaten with bread. chase.

used in this sense.-Compitáre, Caparagione, s. f. the act of Comperatóre, s. m. buyer. to spell. appearing before a court. Cómpero, adj. bought. Compilezza, s. f. good-breed. Cemparáre, to compare.

Competénte, adj. competent.-- ing comeliness. Comparático, s. m. spiritualal. Un pezzo competente, a reason- Cómpito, s. m. task.-Dare il iance contracted by being able portion.

cum'to, to find fault with. russips to each other. Competenza, s.f. debate, strife, Compitore, finisher, ender. Caparátivo, s. mn. compara- quarrel.---Compelenra, compe- Compiutamente, adv. wholly: tre.

tency, conveniency. Compiuto, adj. perfect, finishComparazióne, s. f. compari- Compétere, to be competent. ed, ended. -Compiuto, come

-Compétere, to strive, to quar-/ plete, accomplished. lompáre, s. m. a man gossip, rel.

Complessionale, adj. complexad-father.-Compare, friend. Competitore, s. m. rival. ional -Ben complessionato, Craparigióne, s. f. appearance. Competitríce, fem. of Compe- strong, lusty:-- Mal complessiolisparire, to appear.-Compa- titore.

noto. weak, sickly. ne, to make a shew.

Compiacenza, s. f. complacen- Complessione, s. f. habit, con-
Capariscenza, s.f. appear. cy:Compiacenza, compliance, stitution of body.-Complessi-
Caparita,
condescension.

one,quality, nature, condition. leparsa,

side show. | Compiacére, to please, to hu- Complesso, c. Coinplicazione.Capárso, part. pass. of Com mour, to comply with.—Com Complesso, adj. burly, fat,

piacére, to delight, to take strongly formed. Cepartecipare, to partake pleasure in.

Complicazione, s. f. complicaCompiaciménto, s. m. pleasure, tion. (empartecipe, adj. sharer. delight.

Cómplice, s. m. accomplice, Compartimento, s. m. compart. Compiaciuto, adj. delighted, partner. pleased.

Complimentáre,to compliment. Capartíre, to divide to share. Compiágnere, to bewail, to Compliménto, s. m. compliapartíre, to give part to Compiángere,) lament,to make ments, civility, good behaviather.

complaints, to condole. páscuo, s. m. a common. Compiangnitore, bewailer, Complire, to do what is fit.Compassáre, to measure with

Ciò mi comple, this is conveni(sariases.- Compcssáre, to Compiánta, s. f. v. Compiánto. Text in the mind.

Obs.--I 'ompiánto, s. mn.lament. Compónere, v. Comporre. Caspassionáre, to pity. ation, complaint, woe, condo- Componicchiare, to compose Cat passione, s. f. compassion. lence.

little, and with difficulty. - compassione, through Compiánto, adj. bewailed, re- Componimén:o, s. m. compogretted.

sition, mixture of several apassionévole, adj. pitiful, Cómpiere, to finish, to end, to things--Componimento, compopitsous, toucbing, moving. close, to complete, to accom sitio, writing.--Componimento, Ceapassivo, adj. pitying plish.--Compiere un rolu, to good behaviour, deportment, (izpásso, s. m. compartment. perform a vow. Compásso, a pair of com- Compiéta, s. f. complines, the Componitúre, a compositor.

evening prayers. In sit la Conpórre, to compound, to
Compatimento, s. m. pity. Compieta, towards the erening. / mix, to make up.-Compórre,
Compatibile, adj. compatible. Compigliársi, to thicken, to to compose, to write, to be
Compatíre, to pity, to commi-l coagulate.

the author of.-- Compórre, to
Compiglio, s. m. a bee-hive. concert, to contrive. ('om-
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dispose. ---Comporsi, to com-Comprensibile, adj.inteiligible.! múne,common,ordinary,indifpound with

Comprensióne, s. f. compre- ferent, vulgar.-In comune, ir Comportabile, adj. tolerable. hension.

common. -La modre comune, Comportare, in suffer, to al Comprésa, s. f. circumference, the earth.--Comúne, commonlow of, to let pass. cielo compass, circuit.

wealth. come il comporti? heavens! how Compreso, adj. comprehended. Comunella, s. f. people joined can you bear it?-l mio stato Compressionáto, adj. robust, of to have things in common.non comporta queste spese', these a strong constitution, stout. Comunella, a common trull. expences are not proportion- Compressione, s. f. compres- Comunemente, commonly, uniable to my circumstances. sion.

versally. ----Comunemente, comComportarsi, to carry, to de- Comprésso, adj. pressed close. monly, usually. mean, to behave, to comport -Nebbia compressa, thick fog. Communicabile, adj. sociable. one's self, to act, to do.

-Compresso, thick and short, Comunicamento, s. m. commu. Compórto, s. m. delay granted stout, strong-limbed.

nication, correspondence, inby the creditor. Comprimere, to press,

tercourse. Compósito, s. m. the fifth or squecze.-Comprimere, to re- Comunicante, s. m. communider of architecture, Compo- press, to keep under.

cant, one who receives the site.

Comprobáre, v. Comprovare. communion of the Lord's supCompositore, compositor, au- Comproniesso, s. m. compro- per.-Comunicante, adj. that thor, composer. mise. Mettere in compromesse,

communicates. Compositúra, r. Composizione. to expose, to hazard. Comunicánza, s. f. communiComposizioncélia,diin. of Com- Comprométtere, to compro

cation. posizione,

mise.--Comprométtere, to ex. Comunicáre, to communicate, Composizione, s. f. composi- pose or hazard. ---Compromet- to impart, to reveal.-Cumution, putting or setting toge. Iérsi, to engage, to promise. nicáre, to converse.-Comuni. ther.Composizióne, composi- Comprovamento, s. m. appro- cáre, to share with.--'omnition, writing.Composizione, bation.

care, to administer the come composition, agrcement. Comprováre, to approve, to munion.-Comunicarsi, to reCompósta, s. f. mixture, com allow, to admit.

ceive the communion. position. ---Composta di pere, Compúgnere, to vex, to grieve, Comunicativa, s. f. facility in preserved pears.-Composta di to put to pain.

making others comprehend fieri, preserved figs. Coinpugnimento, s. m. grief, what one teaches. Compostamente, handsomely, sorrow, pain, compunction, Comunicativo, adj. communineatly, finely, prettily, mo

cative. destly.

Compulsare, to compel, to con- Comunicatóre, a communi. Compostézza, s. f. modesty, strain.

decency of behaviour. Compúngere, r'. Compignere. Comunicazione, communicaComposto, s. m. composition, Compúnto, adj. touched with tion.--Comunicazione, commumixture, compound. --Compés- compunction.

nion.-Comunicazione, thestate "to, adj. composed, made, set to- Compunzióne, s. f. compunc- of being or making common. gether, ordered, set in array; tion.

Comunichino, s. m. a --Parola composia, compound Computaménto, s. m. compu- crated wafer. word.-Rinedio coinposto, a tation.

Comunióne, s. f. communion. composition. Compostei, tran-Computáre, to compute, to Comunità, community, corpoquil, sedate, composed.

reckon.-l'omputare, to enu ration, company, society. In Compra, s. f.

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merate, to put into the num comunità, adv. in common. Compraménto, s. m. I chase, ber.

Comunque, Zadv. how. emption.

Computista, computant, ac- Comunquemente, Compráre, to buy, to purchase. countant, book-keeper. however, how.comunque si Compratore, buyer, chapman, Cómputo, s. m. account, com- sia, howsoever it may be.--topurchaser. putation.

munque, as soon as. Comprendere, to comprehend, Computrire, to rot together. Con, prep. with.--Con che, so to conceive, to perceive. Comúna, s.f. corporation, com that. ('omprendere', to take up to pany, society.

Conáto, s. m. effort. take in.--c'omprendere, to com- Comunále, adj

. common, usual. Conca, s. f. a vessel to wash in. prise, to contain.

-Comunále, s. m.corporation, Conca, a pan, any large ves Comprendimento, s. m. com company, society.

sel.-Conca, shell. Essere una prehension. --Comprendimento, Comunalménte,commonly usu conca fessa, to be sickly. district, precinct.

ally.—Comunalmente, in com- Concatenáre, to link together. Comprenditore, he that under

Concatenazione, s. f. concatestands or comprehends. Comunánza, communication. nation. Comprenditrice, fem. of Com- Comunáre, to make common. Concavato, adj. concare, holpienduóre. Comúnche, v. Comunque.

low. Comprendénico, adj. apt to Comúne, adj. common, that Concavità, s. f. concavity, bolcomprehend.

belongs to all.-('omúne, com lowness. Comprendónio, s, m. eompre- mon, public, general. -Co- Cóncavo, adj. concave, hole bension, brains, wit.

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Concavo, s. m. concavity, hol- clude, to resolve upon, to de- | Concíso, adj. concise, suclowness.

termine.-Conchiudere, to in- cinct, brief. Concédere, to grant, to permit, close, to shut in.

Concistoriale, adj. consistorial. to allow.--Concedere, io give, Conchiusióne, conclusion, end, Conciscório,

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-s. m. consistory. to bestow.--Concettere,to grant, close.-Conchiusióne, conclu- Concistóra, to acknowledge.- iulio eon. sion, consequence, inference. Concitamento, s. m. incentive, corerer!o, I will grant it. Conchiúso, adj.concluded. motive, emotion, provocation. Coacedimento,s.m. concession. Cóncia, s. f. tan, bark of oak; Concitáre, to stir up, to proCodecditore, s. m. che person a tan-vat or tan-pit.

voke, to incite, to spur on. who makes a grant.

Conciáre, to mend, to repair, Concitatóre,s.m.stirrer, causer, Conceditrice, fem. of Concedi to fit, to make fit, to dress, to disturber.

trim, to furnish.--Conciat uro, Concitatrice, fem. of ConcitaConcedúto, adj. granted, al to abuse one, to thrash him. tóre. lowed.

-Conciáre,totame.-Conciáre, Concitazione, s. f. iccitation, Coacéato, s. m. harmony. to geld, to castrate.-Conciáre incentive. Concentrare, to concenter. uno pel di delle feste, to use one Concittadino, fellow citizen. Concéntrico, adj. concentric, as ill as possible.-Conciáre le Concláve, s. m. conclave, the that has one and the same pelli, to dress leather.Con room where the cardinals center.

ciáre, to adjust.-Conciar vini, meet to choose a pope. Concepere, to conceive. to sophisticate wine. Concludénte, adj. concluding. Coscepire, 5 Concrpire, to Conciatore, merder.-Concia- Concludentemente, adv. to the comprehend, to understand. tore di pelli, tanner.

purpose, suitably, pertinente Concepimento,s.m.conception. Conciatrice, fem. of Conciatore. ly. -Concepimento, notion, judg- Conciatura, s. f.meading, dress. Concludere, to conclude, to fi

ing.-Conciatura di teste, head- nish, to end.-Concludere, to Concepito. } adj. conceived. dress.

contain, to inclose, to conConciéro, s. m. 3. Conciatura. prize.--Concludére, to conConcernénte,prep.concerning. Conciliábolo, s. m. an assembly clude, to infer, to draw a cos-Concernente,adj. concerning, of schisaiatic prelates, a con sequence. belonging:

venticle.

Conclusione, conclusion, conCozeérnere, to concern, to re- Conciliamento,t.Conciliazione. sequence, inference.--In congard, to belong to.

Conciliáre, to reconcile.-Con- clusione, in short. Coacertáre, to sonert, to con ciliare il sonno, to cause sleep. Conclúso, adj. concluded. trire, to bring to pass.

Conciliatore, a reconciler. Concoide, s. f. a concboid. Concertatore, contriver. Conciliatrice, fem. of Concilia- Cóncola, s.f. a little shell, bow!, Concertatrice, she that con

bason. trives.

Conciliazione, s. f. reconcilia- Concomitante, adj. concomi. Concerto, s. m. concert, har- tion. moay.- Esser di concerto, to do Concilio, s. m. council.onei- Concomitánza, concomitance. a thing unanimously, to go lio, a general assembly of bi- Concordagione, s. f. . Concorhand in hand in a business. shops.

danza. Concesióne, s. f. concession, Conciliúzzo,s.m. a littlecouncil. Concordánte, adj. agreeable, grant, permission.

Concimáre, to muck, to dung unanimous. Coacésso, adj. granted.

land.

Concordánza,s. f.concordance, Concestora, s. m.v. Concistoro. Concíme, muck, dung. agreement.--Concordanza,conConcettino, s. m. an acute, but Concinnità,s.f.neatness,spruce cordance, a term of grammar. boyish and false thought. ness, compactness, quaint. Concordáre, to concord, to Concetto, s. m. conceit, fancy,

agree together, to hold togeopinion.conception, thought. Cóncio, adj. fitted, dressed, ther.-Concordáre,to reconcile, -Concetto, esteem, repute, mended, used. -- Mal concio, to make friends. fame, credit, name.Ila per- abused, manglel.--Concio, Concórde, adj. agreeable, unaduto il concetto, he has lost his fine, trim, quaint, spruce.mnimous, peaceable, quiet.credit.

In concio, adv. ready-Concio, Di concurde parere, of the same Coucettúzzo, dim. of Concet s. m. a polished stone-Cond opinion.

cio, dung, marl, muck.-Con-Concordeménte, adv. by one Concezione, s. f. conception, cio, agreement, peace. breeding.-Concezione concep-Concionáre, to barangue. Concordevoliérite,adv. by one tion, comprehension, thought. Concióne, s. f. sermon, oration, consent, unanimously. Conchéita, dim. of Conca. harangue.

Concórdia, 9. f. concord, harConchiglia, 5. f. shell, sea-sheil. Conciofossecósa, adv.be- mony, peace, unanimity, good Cachillo. Obs. v. Conchiglia. Conciofossecósa che,

understanding.–Di pari cone Conschiudere, to conclude, to Conciossia che, coasi. corica, by one consent.-Metinfer, to draw a consequence. Conciossiacosa che, dering lere a concordia, to reconcile. Concludere, to conclade, to Conciossiecosa che, that. -Di concordia, adv. by one finish, to end-lonchiudere,to None of these adverbs in use accord. convince--Conchiudere,to con- any longer.

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| condition. competition, rivalship. Condannazione, s. f condemn. Condoglienza, s. f. condoConcórrere, to run with others. ation, sentence, dooin. Condolónza, I lence.

--Concorrere in una opinione, to Condannevole, adj. to be con- Condoiérsi, to complain, to be of the same opinion or demned, to be blamed. bewail, to bemoan.--Condomind.-Concorrere alla spusu, Condégno, adj. worthy, suit-lersi, to condole. to pay one's club.---''oncórrere, able.

Condolúto, adj. condoled. to concur, to pretend to the Condennáre, v. Condannare, Condonábile, adj. pardonable. sanie thing as another.

and all its derivatives. Condonáre, to pardon, to for Concorrimento, s. m. concur- Condensamento, s. in. thick give. rence, concourse! oncorri ness, closeness, condensity, Condonazićne, s. f. pardon, mondo, increment of flesh so as hardness.

forgiveness. to stop the orifice of the Condensaire, to condensate, to Condácta, s. f. conduct, mawound. condense, to thicken.

nagement.-l'ondilta,conduct, Concorso,

concourse, Condensársi, to grow thick. command.-Condiito,conduct, crowd.Concorso, concur-Condensazione, s. f. condensa- behaviour, way.---'ondóttar, tion.

conduct, forecast, prudence, Concotin, adj. digested, con- Condenso, adj.thick, hard, con wisdom, discretion.-loudótcorted. dense.

ti, carriage. Conenzióne, 5. f. concoction, Condescendente, adj. conde- Condottiere, s. m. captain. digestion.

scending, cuinplaisant. Condotticre, a carrier. Concrçáre, to create together. Condescendenza, s. f. conde-Condótto, adj. conducted, Concréto, s. m. concrete; any scensiun.

guided.- fordótto, s. m. conquality cousidered with its Condescendere, to go down duct, command..--Condóilo, subject.--corunito, adj. grown together -- l'onuiescerulere, to conduit, passage, pipe. together,

condescend, to yield to. Conducente, adj. conducting.' Concrezionc, s, f. concretion. Conde céso, adj. condescended, Conducere, v. Condurre. Concubina, a concubine, a kept complied.

Conducevole, adj. conducting, Condimento, s. m. sauce, sea- leading Concubinário, one tha: keeps soning.

Conduciménto, 3. m. manage, a.concubine.

Condire, to season, to sauce. management. Cordiciminiu, Concubinato),s.m. concubinage. (undire, to scason, to sweeten, conduci, behaviour, way. Concubinésco, adj. of or, be- to embellish one's words or Conducitóre,s.in. leader.guide. longing to a concubine. actions.--( 'ondire, to pickle, Conducitrice, a she leader. Conculíno, s, m. concubine, to preserve,

Condúrre, to conduct, to lead, keeper.

Condiscendere, v. Condescen- to guide, to bring, to carry.-Concúbito, s. m. the act of ly- dere.

Condirie, io induce, to pering together.

Condiscendimento, s. m. con- suade, to bring to.--' und irre Conculcamento, s. m. concul descension,complaisance,cum- a casa que cuno, to cation, the act of treading pliance.

home --!'ondurre, to reduce, under foot.

Condiscensióne, s. f.condescen to bring ---Loniursi in quulche Conculcáre, to conculcate, to sion.

Ivogo, to arrive at, to come Oppres.

Condiscepolo, 6. m.condisciple. io. Conculcatúre, oppressor. Conditore, maker, founder.- Conduttore, leader or guide. Conculcatrice, fem. of Concul- (orelióre, s. m. he that inakes Conestabiie, constable, high catore. or builds.

constable. Concuocere, to concoct, to Conditrice, fem. of Conditore. Conestaboléria, s. f. the high digest.

Condicúra, s. f. seasoning: constable's jurisdiction. Concupire, to covet, to desire. Condizionale, adj. conditional. Confabuláre, to contabulate, Concupiscénza, s. f. concupis. Condizionalmente, conditional to talk together.

Confabulazione, s. f. confabu. Concupiscévole, concu-Condizionáre, to prepare, to lation. Concupiscibile, adj. S piscible. dispose, to fit, tó adapt, to Confacente, adj. suitable, like. Concussáre, to shake.

condition, to bargain. Contacénza, s. f. suitableness. Concussatore, he that shakes. Condizionáto, adj. conditional, Confacé vole, adj. meet, conveConcussione, s. f. con oncussion, limited.

nient, suitable. shake.

Condizioncélla, dimin. of Con- Confacinćnto, v. Confacenza. Condánna, z: Condannagione, dizione.

Confáre, to become, to be Condannábile, ü. Condanné-; Condizione, s. f. condition, proper, to be suitable, to fit, vole.

state, nature, circumstances, to suit withi, 10 agree.--Il vino Condannagióne, s. f.condem-; disposition, qualiiy---l'ondi non mi corfà, wine is not good ation, sentence, doom.

zióne, condition, article,clause, for me. resto discorso non si Condannáre, to condemn. proviso, terms.- fondizione, confi ad un par costro, this way Condannatore, he that con ofler, proflcr.----Condizione, of talking does not become demns.

mind, opinion, meaning, such a man as you. Condannatrice, fem. of Con- thoughes.---- condizione, upon Conicderaméutó, c.m. confedon

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