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to inquire, to inform one's comingness,unsightliness, dis- Discordánte, adj. discordant. self. order.

Discordanza, s. f. discord, dis- Discreditáre, to discredit. Discomodità, s.f.inconvenience, agreement.

Discrédito, s. m. discredit, disincommoditv.

Discordáre, to dissent, to disa grace. Discónrodo, adj. inconvenient, agree.--Discordári, to be out Discrepánte, adj. disagreeing, uneasy, incommodious. of tune, to be dissonant. different. Discompósto, adj.discomposed, Discordatore, that is discordant. Diserepánza, s. f. variance, disdisordered. Discórde, adj. discordant, re

agreeing, difference. Disconciaménte, unhandsome

pugnant, contrary.

Discrepáre, to differ, to vary, to ly, without grace.

Discordévole, adj. contentious,/ dissent, to disagree. Disconciáre, to disorder. -Dise quarrelsome, discordant, con- Discréscere, to decrease, to decunciáre, to corrupt, to spoil. tradictory.--Discordevole, of cay, to grow less, to 'fade.

-Disconciársi, to miscarry. sundry colours, unlike. Discrescere, to wane Discóncio, adj. unhandsome, Discórdia, s. f. discord, dis moon does.---Liiscrescere, to uncivil, improper, unfit.-- agreement, variance, debate, decrease, to ebb.--I giorni disParlare disconcio, to talk ob- strife.

crescano, thedays growshorter. scenely.

Discordióso, adj. contentions. --Discré:cere,s m. diminution. Disconfessáre, to deny, to un- Discorrente, adj. running up Discretamente, discreetly. say, to disown.

and down.

Discrctézza, s. f. prudence, disDisconfidenza, s. f. distrust, Discórrere, to discourse, to crerion, waritress. mistrust, diffidence.

speak, to talk, to make a dis- Discréto, adj. discreet, wise, Disconfiggere, to defeat. course. - E cosi un discorrendo, prudent, sober, considerate, Disconfitta, s. f. rout, dcfeat. and so forth.-Discórrere, to Disconti'tto, adj. routed, de run about, to ramble about. Discrezione,discretion,wisdom, feated.

Discórrere, to reason, to dis-i prudence.--! ondi crezine, moDisconfortáre, to discomfort, course.

derately.--Senza discrezione, at to afflict, to persuade to the Discorrevole, adj. Neeting, mu random, inconsiderately.--Vicontrary.

table, inconstant, fickle. tere a discrezione, to live at disDisconforto, s. m. discomfort, Discorrimento, s. m. discourse, cretion. aifliction.

reasoning, talk.----! Discorri. Discriminatúra, s. f discriminaDisconoscente, adj. ungrateful, minto, running about.

tion. unthankful.

Discorsivo, adj. discoursive. Discucire, to unsew. Disconoscenza, s. f. ingratitude, | Discorso, s. m. discourse, rea- Discuojáre, to take the skin or unthankfulness.

soning:---- Discúrso, discourse, hide otro Disconoscere, not to know. conversation.--Disciirso, the Discuoprire, v. Discoprire. Disconsentiménto, 5.

act of running to and fro, Discusire, to excuse. Obs. ar ecment.

wandering course.

Discussáre, v. Discútere. Disconsentire, to disagree, to Discortése, adj. not courteous, Discussione, s. f. discussion. dissent.

uncivil, unkind), ill-bred. Discútere, to discuss. Disconsigliáre, to advise to the Discortesia, s. f. discourtesy, Disdegnamento, s. m. indignaContrary: unkindness.

tion, passion, wrath, anger. Idscontinúare, to discontinue, Discosceso, r'. Scosceso. Disdegnare, to disdain, to de

to leave off, to give over. Disco-ciare, v. Scosciare. spise, to scorn. Discontinuazióne, sf. discon- Discostamento, s.m.remoteness. Discegnánza, s. f. disdain.

tinuance, interinission. Discustáre, to remove, to prt Disdegno, s. m. anger, passion, Disconvenevole, adj. indecent, away, to part from.- Discos wrath. unbecoming.

tarsi, to remove, or go away, Disdegno,di-dain,despite,scorn. Disconveniente, adj. unhand to go from, to leave, to for- Disdegnosamánte, ady, disdainsome, misbecomin sake.

fily, scumilly. Disconvénienza, 5.1. indecency. Discito, adj. remote, far... Disdugnise, adj. angry, in a Disconvenire, to misbecome. to Nur discorda, to stand at a disa passion.---Disurarso), disdainbe unbecoming

tance-iliter discosto, tos qui, hangaltv. Discoperto, adj. discovered, dise! ir distance.

Didata, s. s. contradiction, declosed.

Discoverto, adj. discovered. Dial, Igats -Disdielta, Discopriniento, s. I. detection, Discovriineitis, $. 11. discon mi-tortur, ill-iucki---discovery.

disleit?, in havo ill-luck at Disc«príré, to discover, to dis-Discovrire, to discover, to lay gaminiga close, to open, to declare, to Open,

Diji, di forbidden, proreveal.

Disorritóre, a distoverer. bibitbistaetio, si m. ille. Discopritore, discoverer, dis- Discredenie, miscreant, un- luch, denial, negation. cioser.

iselieving, incredulon.-lur Dindie vole, adj. unberoming. Discoraggiáre, to discourage, itinerande vitr, to undeceive. Discue, to refuse to droto dishcarten, to dispirit. Discredenvid, s. f. incredulity. Disline i them's ti, to pire ro. Discoráre, -. Discoraggiare. · Discrátkere, iv disbelieve, to tice; and it is said of a depos Discordamento, s. mn. disagrecebetieve no more.com Districtori, siary, who will meddie ao

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more with what he had in Diserede, one that is disinhe-| Disfidánza, s. f. mistrust, diffiz hand. A law phrase.Di- rited.

dence. Obs. diri i depositi, to deny the de- Disereditáre, v. Diseredare. Disfidáre, to challenge, to defy. posit.- Disdire, to retract, to Diserráre, to open, to unlock. -Disfidare, to mistrust, to unsay, to recant.-----Disdirsi Diserrure, to gush out.

suspect. dalla promessa, to go from one's Disertagione, s. f. Obs.] deso- Disfiguráre, to disfigure, to deword.--Discáre, to misbecome, Disertamento,s. m. slation,

form, to spoil. not to become.

spoil, ruin, pillage, ransack- Disfi'ngere, to dissemble, to Disebriáre, to become sobering, waste.

feign. again.

Disertare, to ravage, to spoil, Distinire, to give the defini-
Diseccamento,6. m.exsiccation. to pillage, to desolate, to lay tion; also to cease.
Diseccáre, to dry, to dry up. waste.--Disertáre, to desert Disfinitúre, s. m. interpreter,
-Diseccarsi, to grow dry, to or run away from one's co-l expounder.

wither, to be dried up. lours.--Disertársi, to miscarry. Distioramento, s. m. deflora.
Diseccativo,adj. that has a dry- | Disarto, adj. wasted, desolated, tion.
ing quality.--Diseccáto, dried abandoned, forlorn.-lo son Disfioráre, to deflower.
up, withered.

deserto, I am ruined - Distrin, Discogíre, to evaporate, to Diseccazione, e. f. exsiccation. solitary, retired, lonely, lone- breathe out.---Disfogare l'ira Di secco in secco, adv. in cold some. -Diserto, wretched, un o la maninconia, to vent one's blood.

happy,miserable.--Usitiserio, anger or chagrin. Disegnaménto, s. m. a design. a blockhead, a dunce.--/s. Disfogliáre, to strip off the Disegnáre, to design, to draw serio, s. m. 2 desert, a desert leaves.

the first draught, io delineate, place, a wilderness, a solitude, Distormamento, s. m. the act to sketch, to mark.-Disex a solitary place.

of deforving, or the state of mure, to design, to intend, to Disertore, a deserter, a run being deformed. have a mind to. away soldier.

Disformáre, to disfigure, to de. Disegnatore, s. m. designer, Discrvicio, 2 s. m. ill office, i form.

drawer.--Dise, ratrire, 6.1. she Diservimento, unkindness, a Disformálo,adj.deformed,ugly, that designs.--Disegnatrice, shrewd ill turn.

mishapen, disfigured, il-lamodel, pattern.--La palla « Diservíre, to serve ill.--Diser- voured. disegn:trice dell' unicorso, the vire, to do an ill office to, to Disformazione, s. f. deformity, ball is the model of the uni- ! hurt, to do harm.

ugliness. Disfacimento, s. m. ruin, de-Disfórme, adj, unlike, irregu. Disegnatúra, s. f. design, sketch struction, devastation, deso- lar, different. of a picture.

lation.

Disformità, s. f. deforınity. Disegno, s. m. design, sketch, Disfacitóre, a destroyer. Disfornire, to unfurnish. delineation, the first draught. Disfamare, to fill one, to give Disfrancáre, to enervate, to en-Disegno, design, mind, in- him his belly-full, to satiate feeble. tention, intent, purpose, re him.--Disamare, to defame, to Disfrenamento, s. m. immode solution, project.--Disegno, traduce, to slander.

rate desire, unruly passion. design, enterprise, attempt.- Disfáre, to undo, to ruin, to Disfrenáre, to unbridle, to get Far idisegno sopra una cos', to demolish. Diep.irsi, to con loose. set one's heart upon a thing. sume, to waste away. Disfrenatamente, adv. rashly, Aver disegno, to be skiltul or Disfátta, s. f. a defeat, a rout. immoderately, fiercely. handy.-lon disegno, adv. in Disfaviliánte, sparkling. Disfrenáto, adj. unbridled, unorder to.--Disegno d'un edifi- Disfavvillare, to sparkle, to ruly,loose,immoderate, fierce, cio, the plan or draught of a cast sparks. Disfavilláre, to rash.---Disfrenata suetta, a building

proceed, to come from, to swift arrow. Dante. Diseguále, adj. unequal, un spring from.

Disfrodáre,to deceive, tocheat.
Disfavore, s. m. displeasure, Obs.
Disegualmente, adv. unequally. disfavour.

Di sfuggiasco, adv. hy stealth. Di seguente, adv.subseqüently, Distarorévole, adj. unkind, ad- Disgannare, v. Disingannare. immediately.

verse, contrary.

Disgiungere, ? to disjoint, to Diselláre, to'unsaddle. Disfavorire, to be against one, Disgiugnere, separate, to veDisenfilare, co take the swelling to oppose, to thwart.

ver, to disunite. :--Diseniársi, to ceasc Disfazione, s. f, ruin, destruc. Di-gingnimento, s. m disjuncswelling tion.

Disgiungininto, s tion, spaDisennato, adj. senseless, void Difernamento, s. m. confuta- racion. of reason.

tion. A rhetorical term. Disgiúnto, adj. disjointed, sepa. Disensato, adj unwise, stupid, Disfermare, to confute.-- Dis rated, sartid, divided. dull. Un disewato, a block firm.rr, to abhor, to detest. Disgiunzione, s. f. disjunction. head, a dunce.

Disferráre, to draw out the Disgoccioláre, to drop, to Disenteria, v. Dissenteria. iron.--Disferrare un cavallo, to trickle, or drop down.-- Disa Disentérico, v. Dissenterico. unshoe a horse.

goccio'áre, to fall away, to deDiseppellire, to unbury. Disfi'da, s. f. challenge, defi сау. . Diseredáre, to disinherit.

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of parting, leaving, or run-Disgústo, s. m. displeasure, af- Disistíma, s. f. contempt. birg away.

front, discourtesy:-Disgústo, 'Dislacciare, to extricats, to Disgombrire, to clear, to free, discontent, vexation, trouble, disentangle, to deliver, to to drugzqe, to get off.- Dis- grief, sorrow, amiction, dis- dislace. gombrare il paese, to leave the gusi.

Dislagire, to dilate, to enlarge, country. -Dizomresi, to dis. Di gustóso, adj. disgustful. to overflow like a lake. ombozuciteli-Disomituie, Disia, s. f. desire, wish, long. Disleale, adj. disloyal, unfaithto empiv.

ful, perfidious, treacherous, Disgradáre,io despie, to slight, Disiínte,adj.desirous, covetous, deceitful, faise. to underaluc---- Marudine, lover.

Distcalmente, adv. perfidiously, todivide into degrees or steps. Disiánza, s. f. desira, wish. unfaithfully, treacherously. --]ingrado il nonno a farne ud Obs.

Dislealtà, s. f. disloyalty, unttttints, I defy any body to Disiáre, to desire, to wish, to fairhfulness, treachery, pertido as much. long for.

diousness, false dealing, vila D graticoláre, to take away or Disiderabile, adj. desirable, to lany. break the bars. be wished for.

Dislegíre, to loose, to undo. Disgráto, adj. unacceptable. Disiderinte, adj. desirous, long- Dislegare, to disengage, to Obs. ing, covetouis.

disentangle.--Dislezáre, to Disgraváre, to unload, to dis. Disideránza, s.f. wish, longing, declare, to explain, to unraburden, to ease. desire.

vel, to open. Disgravidamento, s. m. deli- Disideráre, . Desiderire. Dislechévole, adj. dissoluble. very, the act of being brought Disidério, 1. Desiderio. Dislocáre, to put out of joint, to bed.

Disiderevole, adj. desirable. Dislogare, $ or of its place. Disgravidáre, to bring forth, Disideróso, adj. desirous, desir- Disagíre, to mislead. Obs. to be delivered, co be brougiit able.

Dismagliáre, to undo the mails. to bed.

Disigelíre, to melt away, to --Dismagliáre, to tear the flesh Disgrazia, s. f. misfortune.--consume. Obs.

with one's nails. venire in disgrazia altrui, to Disigilláre, to unseal. Dismaláre, to cure, to male lose one's favour.

Disiguále, v. Diseguale. well again. Obs. Disgraziáre, to dislike, con- Disimparáre, to unlearn, to Dismantársi, to take off one's temn, undervalue, despise, forget.

cloak or mantle. slight.

Disimpedire, to give a passage, Disinarriménto, s. m. consterDisgraziataménte, adv. unhap- not to hinder, to let go. nation, dejection of mind. pily, unluckily, unfortunate- Disimpegnáre, to disengage. Dismembráre, to dismember, ly, unpleasantly, disagreeably. Disimprimere, to take the im to pull in pieces. --lirsgruziitaminte, by chance.! pression away.

Disinentáre, to forget, Obs. Disgraziato, adj. untörtunate, Disinenza, s. f. termination, Dismenticamento, s. in. forget unlucky-Disgraziato, un?c-:ending of a word.

fulness, oblivion. Obs. ceptable, unpleasant.-- Dis- Disinfingere, to disserrible, to Dismenticanza, s. f. forgetfuigraziuto, awkward, graceless. I fegn, to disguise, to cloak. | ness, oblivion. Obs. Disgrazioso, adj. ungrateful, 'Disintinta, adj. dissembled, Dismenticáre, to forget. Obs. ungenieelqunm innerly, 1 ude,' feigned.

Dismentire, to lie, to tell a lie. clownish.

Disingannáre, to undeceive, to Obs. Disgregamento, s.' m. separa

disabuse.

Disancritáre, v. Demeritare. tion, disgregation.

Diringánno, s. m. the act of Dismésso, adj.dismissed, left off. Disgregare, to separate, to se- undeceiving, or the state of Disméttere, io dismiss, to leave ver, to part, to divide, to put being undeceived.

off. asunder.

Disinnamoráre, to forsake love, Dismisúra, 2 s. f excess, imDisgregazione, s. f. separation.

to be free from love. Dismisuránza, s moderateness, Disgrignáre, to grin, to show Disinteressáto, adj. impartial, superfluity. the teeth, to laugh cortemp not influenced by interest. a dismisúra, adv. exceedingly, tuously.

Disinvolto, adj. fréc, dextercus, excessively, extravagantly. Disgrojpáre, to undo, to untie of an easy behaviour, we!!- Dismisuráre, to exceed or go a kuot.

mannered. ----Disinculto, noul beyond. Disgrossáre, v. Digrossare. wrapped up.

Dismisuratamente,ady.exceeda Disguaglianza, s. f. inequality, Disinvoltúra, s. f. dexterity, ingly, excessively, immodo Obs.

cleverness, freedom, easy mana rately. Disguagliáre, to be different,

Dismodáto, adj. immoderate, to be unlike. Obs.

Disio, s. m. desire, wish, long-! unreasonable, intemperate, Disguiglio, s.m. inequality, un ing.

disorderly. evenness, disparity. Obs. Disiosamínte, adv. desirously. Dismontáre, to alight from Disguisato,adj. disguised. Obs. Dis:óso, adj desirous, covelous, one's horse.- Dismuuntáre, to Disgustáre, to displase, to vex, loving.

come down, to descend, to go to abger, to grieve.--Iiigresa Disiráre, to desire, to wish. down.--Dismontáre, to land. táre, to take away one's sto. Disire,

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la incoln, under the Dsnamoráre, i forsake iore, Disonorévole, ses. disionour- tavie. to love no more. abe.

Di soverchio, too much, superDisnaturáre, io change or ulter Disonráre, e. Di onorare. Ob' abundantiy. one's nature

Di soperebio, adı..speitlious-; Divovolito, adj. unframed, put Dissaturato, adj cruci, inhu- 1 y. -Bere la superstw, to driok out of joint. man, barbarous. too much.

Di so'ra, c. Di sopra. Disnebbiáre, to grow fair, to Disopeilire, to unbury. Oir. Di sovrappii, r. Eyi soprappii.

Di soppiatto, adv. secretly, Dispaccaro, io cut asunder. Disnerváre, to enervate, to privately.

i Dinpacciúre, to dispatch, to weaken.

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hasten, to speed, to expeDisnervazione, s. f. the act of to loosen the bellv.

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- Vespucciáre, to disweakening:

Di sopra, or Disopra, adv. patch, to send. Disnétto, adj. uncican, dirty. above, over.

Dispaccio, s. m. dispatch, Not in ure,

Di soprappiu, adv. over and letier.-l'on grandispario, with Damodare, to undo or untie a above.

great haste. knot-Disiwdire, to unfoid, Disorlvtante, adj. exorbitant. Dispajare, to unmatcłı. to discover, to unravel, to re- Disorbitánza, exorbitance, ex- Disparare, to unlearn, to forsulve.

travagance.

• get. Disnodevole, easy to be untied. Disordináccio, s. m. a great Disparenza, s. f. disappearDisnuie, Obs. r. Disonore. di order.

Obs. Disnudáre, to bereave, to strip. Disordinamento, s. m. disor- Disparere, s, m. variance, disDisobbligánte, adj disobliging. der, coafusion.

cord, disagreement, contrary Disobbligáre, to arquit, to dis- Disordinanza, s. f. disorder. opinion or sentiment.

charge an obligation.--- Dis Disordinire, to disorder, to: Disparévole, adj. une en, odd, obbligúre, to disoblige, to dis- confound.--- Dispruimare, io be unlike. Obs. please.

extravagant.--- I risordinare nel Dispárgere, to spread abroad, Disoccupáre, to free from care manviure, to eat immoderate. I to scatter, to disperse. or business.

1 ly. -Disordinársi, to fall into, Dispargimento, s. m. the aet Disoccupato, adj. at leisure, diorder.

of scattering, or the state of free, retired from business, Disordinatamente, adv. disor being scattered. Disoccupazione, s. I. leisure. i deriv, without any order.--- Dispari, adj. unlike, uneren, Disolapiento, si m. desolation.. Disorden teminte, excessively, í not to be compared.-Dispa

--Disolamento, the act of un intemperaiely, immoderately. ri, different, unlike.- Numero doing a floor

Disordinato, adj. disordinate, dispari, an odd nimber. Disolare, i desolate, to lay: inordinale, disorder :-Dis- Disparire, to disappear.

waste.-- Disolare, to cut the endrrat", insolent, licentious, bispariscente, adj. unsightly, sole of the shoe.--Disulare, to dissolutt

that appears not to advanundo or take away it floor. Disordinacióne, s. f. disorder, tage. Disolatúra, s. f. the cutting off

Disperità, s. f. inequality, unthe sole of the shoc. Disordine, s. m. disorder, con-, likeness, unesemness, disproDisolazione, s. t. desolation, de- tu 101. ----Disordino, disorder, portion.-Disparità d'opinioni, vastation,

exiess, debauchery.-- lar dise contrariety of opinions. Disonestà, s. f. dishonesty.

orice, to live a disorderly Disparito, adj. discoloured, Disonestamente, adv. disho- lifc.---''ssere in disordine', to bei that has lost its colour. Not nestly.

in bad circunstances.--Diá' in use. Disonestáre, to dishonour, to dine, damage, prejudice, de. Dispartamente, adv. here and disgrace, to debase, to dispa-' triment.

there, up and down. rage.--Disonestirsi, to grow Disorganizzato, adj. that has : Dispírte, «side, apert, asundishonest or impudent. the organs broken, spoiled, sier.- Parlure in disiarte, 10 Disonésto, adj. dishonest.-Di out of order.

taik secretly. sonesto, great, immoderate, ex- Dissorráre, to dishonour, to. Disparure, io part, to share, cessive, huge.Spendere viste disgrace. Obs.

10 divide, to separate.--Ilis. nesto, great or excessive ex- Disorrevole, adj. dishonour- partire l'amicizia, to break pence.----Disonista, unjust, able. Obs.

friendship. wrong, unreasonable.- Disc Di sorta che, adv. in a manner, Disparuitamente, adr, asunder, nesto, ignominious, sbameful.! that, so that.

separately. Disonnársi, to awake from Dissossáre, to take out the, Dispariilore, he that separates, sleep. bunes.

or causes separation or inisDisonoraménto, s. m. disho- Disott.ino, inferior, lower. I understanding,. Obs. nour, disciedit, infamy. Obs.

Dispárto. s. m. division. Disonoráre, to dishonour, to Di:vttérra, adv. from under Disparurezza, s. f. slenderness, disgrace, to discredit.-- Diso- ground.

smallness, leanness.-Disputururare, to despise, to slight. Disotterráre, to unbury.

lezen, s. f. ill-look. Disonore, s. m. dishonour, Di sotto, prep. under-Di Dispaventire, i'. Spaventare.

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piejáre, to display, to Obs.

Dispérgere, to scatter, to dis- forth, to muster, to spread, Dispendio, s. m. expence, cost, perse ---Dispórgere, to squancharge, loss, damage.

der, to waste, to cunsume. Dispietanza, s. f. cruelty, inhuDispendiosamente, adv. Disfurgere, to rout, to defeat, manity. Obs. pensively, costly.

to overthrow.

Dispietatamente, adv. cruelly, Dispendioso, adj. costly. Dispergimento, s. m. disper- inlıumanly. Dispennato, adj. without sion.

Dispietato, adj. unmerciful, pifeathers, featherless.

Dispergitúre, $. m. a waster, a tiless, cruel, barbarous. Dispensa, s. f. distribution, squanderer.

Dispígucre, to bloi out, to portion.--Dispensa, a buttery, Disperse, by one's self, alone. cancel. a pantry, a larder. Dispensa, Obs.

Dispittáre, v. Dispettare dispensation, licence, 'per- Dispersióne, s. f. the act of dis- Dispitto, v Dispetto. mission. persing, dispersion.

Dispod stáre, to take away the Dispensábile, adj. that may be Dispérso, adj. dispersed, scat power.-Dispod'stársi, to redispensed. tered.

sign, to surrender, to abdis Dispensagióne, s. f. 3. Dis. Dispettáre, to contemn.--Dis cate one's authority, Dispensamento, s. m. $ pensa-l petture la murte, to brave death. Dispogliáre, to strip naked, to zione.

| Dispettársi, to fret, to be pull off, to undress. Di pensare, to distribute, to angry or frerted at.

Disponiménto, s. m. disposidivide, to share,'to bestow, to Dispettévule, adj. despicable. tion, order. part.-- Dispensáre, to dispense Dispettivamente, adv. scurn- Dispopolatore, he that carries with, to excuse, to exempt. fully, wih contempt.

away or destroys the people, Dispensatore, dispenser, dis- Dispetto, adj. despised. ---cuc a destroyer. tributer-Dispensatore, ciali del ciel gende dispetta, o Dispopolatrice, fem. of Disposteward.

you vile rabble, vanished polatore, Dispensatrice, s. f. she that from Heaven.-Dispetiv oli per- Disporre, to dispose, to fit, to dispenses, shares, or bestows. sona, of a mean presence.- prepare, to make ready.Dispensazione, s. f. dispensa- Dispetto, s. mn, contempt, af Disporre, to order, to set in

tion, licence, permission. front, abuse, taunt, spite. order.Disporre, to persuade, Dispensiére, a butler, a yeo- In dispetto, in spite.--Dispetto, to engage one to do Dise man of the larder, a steward. contempt,

scorn.suere in púrre, to depose. Obs.--DisDispénto, adj. extinct. Obs. dispetto, iodespise,to contemn. jómve, to dispose of.-Dispórre, Disperagióne, s. f. ?

- Per disputki, out of con to transpiant.-- Disporsi, to Disperamento, s. m.

v. Dispe- 1
razione.
tempi.

prepare one's self. Disperanza, s. f.

Dispettosamente, adv. scorn- Disposamento, s. m. marrying, Disperáre, to despair, to have fully, disdainfully, spitefully., betrothing. no hopes, to give over for Dispettuso, adj. spiteful, abu- Disposare, to betroth, to esa lost-Disperáre, to put out sive.-- Dispotiúso, scorníul,dis-pouse. of hope, to give no hopes.

dainful.

Dispositórc, a disposer. Disperuirsi, to grow angry, to Dispertosúzzo, adj. somewhat Disposizione, s. f. deliberation, fret. frovärd, peevish, crabbed.

resolution, mind.--DisposiDisperatamente, adv. despe- Dispiacente, adj. displeasing. zióne, disposition, temper, hurately. Precipitarsi disperatro! Dispiacenza, s. t. displeasure. mour-Disposizione, dispusimente, to cast one's self head. Dispiacere, io displease... lun tion, condition, state, situaloug into.

zi ulisiacciu, don't be angry, tion, quality--bisposicione, Disperáto, adj. despaired of, be pleted.--Dispiacere, s. n. disposition, inclination, aptpast hope, given over, for-í displeasure, vexation, trouble, nesu.-Essere in cattiva dispusiloro.-Esser disperato da' me- grief, sorrow, atiriction.-

zióne, not to have a mind, not dici, to be given over by the Dispriucire, displeasure, uffront, to be dispxsed tu. physicians.-----lllu disperata, discourtesy.

Dispósta, s. f. o. Disposizione. adv. desperately, rashly. - Dispiacevole, adj. unpleasant, Dispostamente, adv. in good Disperato, immoderate, great, disagreeable.

order, orderly. excessive, violent.-Un disa Dispiacevolmente, adv. griev- Dispostezza, s. f. disposition, pornto, a desperate fellow. ously, discontentedly, dis- readiness. -Dispósto, adj. disDisperazione, s. f. despair, agreeably,

1 posed.--Dispósto, exposed, in desperation. ---Disperación, Dispiacimento, s. m.discontent, danger. obs.---Bon dispe to trouble, grief, vexation. vexation, sorrow, grief. di corpi, strong, robust, lusty. Disperdere, to consume, to Dispiaciuta, adj. displeased. -Esser disposto del corpo, to waste, lo squander, to throw Dispianare, to explain, to ex have the body well disposed. away, to disperse, to scatter. pound, to make plain or Dispoticamente, adv. despoti. -Disperdere, to miscarry.-smooth,

cally, in an arbitrary manner. Disperdersi, io mistake' the Dispiccáre, to pluck up or out, Dispótico, adj. despotical, absoway.--Disperelitore, a squan to pull away.

luie, arbitrary, derer.

Dispiegare, to explain, to ex. Dispoto, a despot, an absolute

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