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to press.

broil, to confound, to make a Incancheríto, adj. festered, pu- halter about a horse's neck. confusion.

trefied.

Incaponíre, to grow

obstinate Incalcáre, to press, to urge, to Incaníto, adj. exasperated, en or stubborn. follow close, haunt or dun, raged like a mad dog. Incappáre, to fall into the to importune.-Una strada che locannare, to wind silk or snares, to be catched.-Incap s'inculca con l'altra, a cross path, thread upon bobbins, or on páre, to meet with, to light, a cross way.-Incalcáre, to a recd -incannáre,to swallow. to fall,to hit upon.-Incappure, force or compel. -- Incalcáre, Incannáta, s. f. a stick of cher! to stumble. to trample, to tread under ries.Incannáta, intrigue, Incapp.to, adj. catched in the foot, to despise, to scorn. trouble.

snare.--Incappato, that has a Incalciamento, s. m. flight, Incannucciare, to enclose or

cloak on. chase. Obs.

cover with reeds.

Incappelláre, to put on one's Incalciáre, to chase or drive Incantagione, s. f. 1 inchant- hat, to cover one's self-Inaway, to put to flight, to Incantamento, 8. m. S ment, cappellárr, to crown, to adorn. pursue.- Incalciáre, to urge, charm, witchcraft.

Incappelláto, with one's hat Incantáre,to inchant,to charm, on, crowned, adorned. Incalcináre, to calcine or cal- to bewitch.--Incanture la neb Incapperucciare, to wrap up, cinate.

bia, to whet, to take a whet to cover or mulle one's head. Incalcitrare, to kick, to wince. in the morning. ---Incantáre, Incapperucciáto, adj.with one's

--Calcitrare nel pingello, to to charm, to ravish, to wrap head wrapt up or covered. kick against the spur:

in admiration.-Incuniare, to Incappiáre, to intangle, to tie Incaligináto, adj. caliginous, sell by auction.

with a knot, to knit, to fasten. dim. full of obscurity. Incantatúre,a sorcerer,a charm- Incáppo, s. m. stumble, fall, Incallire, to grow hard or er, a conjurer.-Incantatore, accident, hit callous.--- Incallire alla futicci, auctioneer.

Incappucciare, to cover with a to inure to labour.

incantatrice, s. f. an inchant- hood. Incailito, adj. hardened, inur ress, reeress, witch or she' Incappácciuto, adj. with a ed, accustomed. conjurer.

houd on. Incalvíre, to grow bald. Incantazione, s. f.2 inchant- Incapriccire, to fall in love, to Incalzáre, 7. Incalciare. Incantesimo, s. m. ment,

be smitten. lacalzonáre, to put on breeches. charm, witchcrait.

Incapriccirsi, to be possessed Incamatáto. or Incamarito,adj. Incantevole, adj. inchanting, or prepossessed, to take a as straight as a stick.

charming

thing in one's head. In cambio, adv. instead. Incánto, s. m. inchantment, Incarbonchiáre, to shine like a Incameráre, to contine/in charin, witchcraft.--- Incinto, carbuncle. room.-Incamerare, to confis. auction, public sale.--Vendere Incarcére, to charge, to load. cate.--Incomeráre, to lessen all' inconti, to sell by auction. Incarcato, adj. charged, loaded. the barrel of a gun by the

-Guastar l'incanto, to break Incarceragione, s. f. imprisonbreech.-- Incameráto, adi. that one's design.-- Andare cone la hasa chamber or small breech, biscua all'incanto, to do a thing Incarceráre, to imprison. said of cannon.

against one's will or inclina- Incarcerato, adj. imprisoned. Incamiciáre, to cover, to layl tiosi.

Incarcerarióne, s. f. imprisonaver, to daub, to plaister, to Incantucciare, to drive in a parget with mortar, clay, or

Incarco, o. Incarico. the like.

Incantucciáto, adj. hid, hidden, Incarica, s. f. a charge, a load Incamiciata, s. f. camisado, an| lurking, secret.

or burden, a bundle. attack made by soldiers with Incanutimento, s. m. hoariness. Incaricáre, to charge, to load,

their shirts over their clothes. Incanutíre, to grow grey,white to clog: - Incuricáre, to charge Incamiciacúra, s. f. a plaister- or hoary, to grow old. one with, to trust him with ing or daubing with mortar Incanutito, adj. hoary, grey- it.-Incaricoire, to charge or or clay. headed.

command.--Incaricáre, tu rail Incamminaménto, s. m. the incapáce, adj. incapable, un at one, to revile or vility act of putting or sending fit, not proper.

him. forwards.

Incapacitá, s. f. incapacity, un- Incarico,6. m. charge, burden, Iocamminare, to begin, to set fitness, inability.

load. ---Incaricu, imposition, on. -- Incamriinare in negozio, Incaparbire, to be obstinate or tax, burden.--Incárico, care, to set a business forward, to stubborn.

office, duty.-- Prender i'incarihegin it.

Incaparbito, obstinate, wilful, o, to take upon one's self. Incamminársi, to go, to set stubborn, self-willed.

I render l'incarico di esercito, out, to begin one's journey. Incaparráre, to bespeak, to i to take the command of an Incamuffato, adj. hooded, with give earnest.

army --Non coglio prendera hood on.

Incapársi, to be obstinate, to mene l'incarico, I won't meddle Incamutáto, adj. counterpoint- grow stubborn.

with it. Incárico, injustice, ad, quilted, stuffed.

Incapestráre, to put a injury, wrong: lacancheráre, to fester, to halter.-Incapestráre, to catch. Incarnánte, adj. taking flesh, Iecancherire, putrefy, incapestratúra, s. f. a tying a that takes flesh.

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tacarnkre, to take flesh.-In- in the bezel. - Incástro, a far fire, conflagration, combuscarnáre, to stick into the flesh. rier's buttress.

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Incenditívo, adj. kindling, inlife.--Ne col mio stile il suo bez facatarráre: to catch cold.

flaming. viso incarno, nor can I with Incatenacciare, to bolt. Incendito, s, m. a conflagration. my pen describe the charms Incatenáre, to chain, to clan in | Obs.eucindito, a burning in of her face. irons.-- Jnentendre, to fasten

one's stomach. Obs. Incarnatino, adj. carnation, with a chain.

Incenditore, he that lights a flesh-coloured.

Incatenatúra, S. f. concati- fire. Incarnativo, adj. that makes nation.-Inentenat :ra, joint. Incenditrice, fem. of Incendithe flesh grow..

Incatorzoliménto, the rotting, tore. Incarnáto, adj. incarnate, made or mouldering of trees or Incendore, s. m. ardour, smart. flesh.-- Incirnáto, flesh-colour- fruits.

Obs.-Incentlóre, division, dised. Incatorzolire, to spoil by a

union, discorsi, Obs. Incarnazione, s. f. incarnation, blast. - Incatorzólito, adj. Inceneráre, to burn to ashes.or assuming of flesh. blasted.

Incencruri, to convert to ashes. Incarognáre, to become car. Incattivíre, to grow wicked or --- Incinerare, to throw ashes rion. naughtv.

upon. Incarognársi, to fall foolishly Incattivito, adj. wicked, naugh-Incenerire, to be burnt or rein love with.

duced to ashes.--Incenerire, to Incarruccoláre, to put a rope incava!cáre, to put over, to set bring or burn to ashes-la

in the pulley, or to slip the or put upon.-Incarnlcare mm Cererito, adj. burnt to ashes. rope out of it.

cannone, to mount a piece of Incensamento, s. m. a perfumIncartáre, to wrap up in a ordnance upon its carriage.

ing with incense. paper.

Incavalcatúra, s. f.the setting or Incensáre, to cense or perfume Incarteggiare, to write. Not laying one thing over an

with frankinceuse.-Incensuire, used. other.

to praise, to commend. Incartocciáre, to wrap up like Incavalláre, to furnish with Incepsiére, s. m. a censer, thu. a cornet of paper.

horses. -- Incavallúre, to ride, rible, or perfuming paa. Incartocciato, wrapt up like a to sit a-straddle upon a thing. Incéuso, s. m. incense, frankincornet of paper. - Inourra!lire, to put or lay a

cense.hr l'incenso altrui, to Incassáre, to put in a box or cross or cross-ways.

flatter, wlieedle, praise, or chest. Incaváre, to dig, to hollow.

commend.-Dar l'intenso a Incastagnáre, to wainscot, to Incaváto, dug. -Sasso incwanto, morti, to make almanacks for fortify with chesnut-tree. a hollow stone.

the last year.-Incenso, adj. Incusl 1, nari', to talk idly, to incavatúra, s. f. excavation. kindled, burnt, all in flames. amuse with idle stories.

Incavernato, adj. put or laid Incentivo, s. m. incentive, inIncastellainénto, s. m. battle in a cave or den.-- Incavernato, citement or motive. ment, a piece of fortification. hollow ---Occhi incavernati, Incentrársi, to go deep into -Iuastellamento, a scaffold, a hollow eyes, eyes sunk in any thing. stage. one's head.

Inceráre, to wax, to indue with Incastelláre, to fortify with Incaviccháre, { to tie to a peg war.-Inceráre, to grow yeicastles or forts.

Incavigliáre. or pin..In low as the corn does, when it lucastellársi, to fortify one's coro gliare, to peg or pin, to

begins to grow sipe.-Ince self. fasten with a peg or pin.

Táto, s. m. oil-cloth. - Incastellíto, adj. made like a Incávo, s. m. cavity, hole, hol- Incercináre, to put a roll upon castle.---- Dicastellato, fortified low place.

one's head. with castles or forts.-Incas- Incautamente, adv. unwarily, Incorconíre, to turn sour as tellito, shut up in a castle.- heedlessly, unadvisedly.

wine does. Ine-stellato, incastelled or Incautéla, s. f. negligence, ne. Incerráre, to join or fasten tonarrow-hoofed.-- l'utallo glect, carciessness.

gether.-interriere, to hire, io inistelluto, incastelled, Inc:zúto, adj. negligent, carc-give earnest for horse.

Incertezza, s. f. uncertain Incastità, 's. f. Obs. inconti- Incendere, tó kindle, to set on !ocertitudine, s. f. Szy, doubt. Dence, lust. fire.-Inrenulére, to burn.--In- Incério, s. m.

fulness, Incastonáre, to enchase, to set cender d'ira, to be in named suspense, perplexity, loss. in, or put in the bezel.-In- with anger.- - Incende re, to quandary. castonáre, to join or mortise, to make an issue in the neck.

Incerto, adj. uncertain, doubi. set close together.

Incendévole, adj. combustible, ful, irresolute, wavering, naIncastonatúra, s. f. enchasing apt to burn or to catch determined. or setting in the bezel. fire.

Incéso, s. m. a cautery, or Incasiráre, to enchase or set in, Incendiáre, io burn, to con

issue.--Incéso, adj. kindled, the bezel, to join or mortise,

inflamed. sume by fire. to set close together. Incendiario, s. m. an incendiary. Incespáre, to intangle one's Incastratúra, s. 1. enchasing, Incendimento, 6. m. fire,

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páre, to grow, to breed, in- Inchinévole, adj. inclined, in- Incircoscritto, adj. uncircumcrease or multiply.

clinable, bent, prone, ready, cribed. Incessábile, adj. incessant, con- willing.

Incischiáre, to mince, to cut in tinual.

Inchinevolménte, adv. casily, slices or bits. Incessibilmente, adv. continu- readily, willingly.

Incisione, s. f. incision, cut. ally, incessantly.

Inchino, s. m. a bow, a cour- Incisivo, adj. that has the virIncessante, adj. incessant, con tesy.

tue of cutting. tinual,

In chiocca, adv. abundantly, Inciso, adj. cut. Incessantemente, adv. inces- plentifully.

Incisura, s. f. incision, cut. santly, continually.Incessa- Inchiodare, to nail.-Inchiodore Incitaménto, s. m. incitation, tamente, adv. incessantly, con un cavallo, to prick or nail a provocation, incitement, intinually.

horse in the shoeing-Inchi- ducement or motive. Incestáre, to lay any thing in odare un cannone, to spike a Incitáre, to incite, to egg, to a basket, and shut it in it.

spur on, to move, to persuade, Incésto, s. m. incest, carnal co-Inchiodatúra, s. f. a spike in a to induce. pulation with one who is near horse's foot.

Incitativo, adj. inciting, movzkin.

Inchiostrare, to daub with ing, stirring, inducing. Incestuoso, adj. incestuous, ink.

Incitatóre, an inciter, a proguilty of incest.

Inchiostro, s. m. ink. Scrivere voker. Incéttá, s. f, bargain, purchase. ad uno di buono inchiostro, to im- Incitatrice, fem. of Incitatore. Incettáre, to buy in order to part one's mind freely.-Il tuo Incitazione, s. f. incitement, in.

inchiostro non tigne, your credit ducement or motive. Inicettatore, an ingrosser, re is not good. --Raccommandare Incivíle, adj. uncivil, unman. grater, or forestaller, that di brono in chiostro, to recom- nerly, clownish, rude. buvs up corn or other com mend one earnestly.

Incivilire, to grow civil or pomodities to sell them dear. Inchiovatúra, o. Inchiodatura. lite. Inchésta, u. Inchiesta.

Ritrovar l'inchiovatura, to find Inciviltà, s. f. incivility, unInchiaváre, to lock.

out the truth of a thing mannerliness, rudeness. Inchiavelláto, adj. nailed. Inchiudere, to inclose, to in- Inciuscherársi, to drink excese Inchiavistelláre, to bolt. compass, to include, con sively. Inchiedere, 2 to enquire tain or comprehend. inclemente, adj. merciless, auInchiérere, Obs. S or make an Inchiuso, adj. included. stere, rigorous, severe. enquiry, to ask

Inciampáre, to stumble or Inclinábile, inclinable, that Inchierimento, s. f.? inquest, Inciampicáre, s trip-nciam- can lean downwards. Inchiesta, s. m. Ś enquiry, páre, to stumble, to fail, to Inclinaménto, s. m. declination. search. err. Incinpáre, to light up

-Inclinamente del sole, the setInchinamento, s. m.inclination, on, to meet by chance.-Oh ting of the sun. proneness, propensity, bias. come male inciampo, oh what a Inclinánte, adj. inclining. Trachinaménto, bending, bowing. bad rencounter for me. Inclinantemente, adv. easily, -Inchinamento, humiliation. Inciámpo,'s. m. stumbling or readily, willingly. Inchináre, to humble, to cast tripping.

Inclináre, to incline, to bow or down, to depress, to debase. Incidente, s. m. incident, acci bend, to lean downwards.---Inchinare l'altrui fierezza, to dent, adventure, event. Inclinare, to incline, to bend abate one's pride.--Inchinare Incidentemente, adv.by chance, to, to have a propension il capo, to submit, to yield.-accidentally, by the way. Inelinure, to condescend, com- Incidenza, s. f. digression. Inclinato, adj. bent, inclined. ply, submit, or yield.-Inchi- Incidere, to make an incision, -Inclinato, inclosed, dispose nare le orecchie, to give ear. to cut, to gash or split in ed, prone, apt. -Inclinare, to bow.-Inchi- two.-Incidere, to engrave, to Inclinazione, s. f. inclination. náre, to nap.--V'into del sonno grave.--Incidere, to digress, -- Inclinazióne, declination.in su l'erba inchinai, being very to make a digression, to go Versare per inclinuzione, to pour heavy with sleep, I took a nap from the subject in hand. gently. upon the grass.-Inchináre, to Incieláre, to place in heaven. Inclinevole, adj. u. Inchinévod, to assent, to affirm with Incignere, to get with child. vole. a nod.-Inchinare, to bow, to Inciaquáre, to come to the inclito, adj. noble, excellent. bow down, to bring lower, number of five.

Includere, to include, to com. to lower.-Inchinare gli occhi, Incinta, adj. f. big with child. prehend. to look downwards, to cast Inciprigníre, to grow malig- Inclusivamente, adv. inclusiveone's eyes

down.-Inchinare, nant, tc exasperate, to grow ly: to set, to go down, as the sun worse.--Inciprignire, to grow Inclusivo, adj. inclusive. at night. Inchináre, to bend. angry, to fall in a passion. Inclúso, adj. inclosed.-L'incluInchiner l'animo a qualche cosa, Inciprignito, adj. exasperated, sa, the inclosed letter. to bend one's mind to some angry.

Incoccáre, to put the bow. thing. In circa, adv. about.

string into the notch of an Inchinazione, s. f. inclination, Incirconciso, adj. uncircumdisposition.

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grow faint-hearted. Incomniutabilmente, adv. con- shaked, firm. Incogitabile, adj. anthought of, stantly, iminutably. In confúso, adj. confusedly, that cannot be fully compre- Incomodamente, adv. incom- without order. hended or conceived. modiously, without necessary Incongiúnto, adj. disjointed, Incogliere, to catch, to over conveniences.

parted, divided. take. Incogliére, to catch in Incomodáre, to incommode, Incongruente, adj. incongruthe fact or in the deed doing, to disturb, to be troublesome.

ous, absurd. to take, to surprise. Incogli- Incommodità, s. f. inconveni- Incongruenza, s. f. incongruére, to happen, to befal, to ency, incommodity, trouble. ity, absurdity. come to pass, to fall out. -Incomoditá, ailment, indis- Inconocchiáre, to wind upon Incognitamente, adv. incog-position.

a distaff. nito.

Incómodo, s. m. inconvenien- Inconsiderabíle, adj. inconIncógnito, adj. unknown, cy, trouble.--Incómodo, adj. siderable, of small account. strange.

troublesome, inconvenient, Inconsideratamente, adv, ine I'ncola o Incolo, s. m. an in- incommodious, uneasy, grieve considerately, rashly, unadhabitant. Obs.

vibedly, imprudentie. Incolláre, to glue, to paste to-Incomparabile, adj. incompar- Inconsideráto, adj. inconsidergether. able, matchless.

ate, rash, foolish, unadvised, Incollato, adj. glued or past- Incomparabilmente, adv. in- indiscreet, imprudent. ed.

comparably.

Inconsiderazione, s. f. incon. lacollerire, to grow angry, to Incompassione, s. f. cruelty, sideration, imprudence, rashfall in a passion.

inhumanity. Not used. ness, imadvisedness. Incolieríto, adj. angry.

Incompatibile, adj. incompa- Inconsistente, adj. inconsistent. Incolieráre, to fly in a passion, tible.

Inconsolábile, adj. inconsolto put in a passion.

Incompatibilitá, s. f. incom- able, that cannot be comfortIncoloráre, to colour.

patibility, inconsistency. ed. Incolpábile, adj. unblameable, Incompensabile, adj. that can- Inconsumabile, adj. not to be blameless.

I not be rewarded or recom consumed. Incolpánte, adj. that blames. pensed.

Inconsútile, adj. not sewed. Incolpare, to blame, to lay the Incompetente, adj. incompe- Incontaminábile, adj. not to tent, not duly qualified.

be contaminated, incorrupte Incolpatore, a blamer, an ac- Incompetentemente, adv. in- ible.

competently, improperly, Incontamináto, adj. undetiled, Incolpevále, adj. umblameable, Incompetenza, s. f. incompe-, uncorrupted. blameless.

teney, insufficiency, inability. Incontanente, adv. incontinenIncolto, adj. untilled, unmanur- Inconipiúto, adj. not finished, cy, presently, by and by, imed, not cultivated.

not accomplished, imperfect. mediately, strait. Incombustibile, adj. incombus- Incomplésso, adj. not compli- Incontestabile, adj. indisputtible, that cannot be burned cated, without mixture, in- able, incontestible, unquesor consumed by fire. complex.

tionable, most certain. Incominciaglia, s. f. an imper- Incon portabile, adj.insupport - Incontentábile, adj. insatiable. fect beginning, a rough draft. able, intolerable, grievous, Incontinente, adj. incontinent, Incominciaménto, s. f. ? be not to be sustered or borne. unchaste, that has no comIncominciánza, s. f. Obs. S gin- Incompósto, adj. simple, unaf- mand of himself.--Inconti

ning, commencement. fected, natural, incomposed, nénte, adv. incontinently, imIncominciare, to begin or en

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mediately, presently. ter upon, to commence. Incomprensibile, adj. incom- Incontinenza, 8. f. incontiIncominciáta, s. f.? begin prehensible

nence, lustful inclination, inIncominciáto, s. m. S ning, Incomprensibilit., s. f. incom- temperance. commencement.-Incomin- prehensibility.

Incontra, prep. against, oppociáto, adj. begun.

Incomprensibilmente, adv. in-site, on the contrary. Incominciatore, a beginner, a Incomprensivamente, Incontramento, s. m. meeting, novice.

comprehensibly, inconceiv- interview, conference, para Incominciatrice, femin. of In-ably.

ley. cominciatore.

In comúne, adv. in common, Incontráre, to meet, to meet Incomincio, s. m. beginning, jointly.

with, to find.---- Incontráre, to commencement.

Incomunicabile, adj. tha: can happen, to befal, to come to Incommensurábile, adj. incom- not be imparted to others. pass, to fall out. -incontráre, mensurable, that cannot be Inconcludente, adj. that has no to confront, to compare tomeasured.

conclusion, that draws not gether. Incommodo, v. Incomodo, and to a conclusion.

!1.contrársi, to hit, knock, or its derivatives.

In conclusióne, adv. in con dash cne another. Incommutabile, adj. immut- clusion, in short, finally. Incontrassábile, adj. indisputable, unchangeable, constant. In concluso, adj. 100 cunclud- able, incontestable, unquestiIncommutabilità, s. f. un. ed.

onable, most certain. changeableness, constancy.

Inconcusso, adj. inconcuss, un. Incontro, s. m. uceting, rene

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counter.- Andare all'incontro, reity, the condition or state Indótto, p. p. of Incuocere. is go to meet.-lucóntro, acci- of that which has no body. Increáto, adj. increate, not dent, chance, bit or adven- Incorpora'ménte, adv. with- made or created. ture. Incóntro, occasion, op out body.

Incredibile, adj. incredible, not portunity.--- Incontro, prep. Incorporaménto, s. m. incor- to be believed. againsi. - Incontro, over a poration, an uniting one body Incredibilmente, adv. incredigainst, opposite.---Incúntro, or thing to another.

bly. towards.-farsi murro, to go Incorporare, to incorporate, Incredulità, s. f. incredulity, farther, to advance.uscire to mix or unite the particles unbelief. all' incontro, to go to meet. of one body with another.- Incrédulo, adj. incredulous, Se urdirai di furti loro incontro, Incorporáre, to incorporate, to that believes not. if you dure to oppose your receive or admit into a suci. Incremento, s. n. increment, self to them.

ety.— Incorporáre, to confis- improvenient.., Incontrovertibile, adj. that can- cate, to incorporate, to annex Increpáre, to increpate, to not be put in question, in de or unite.

chide or rebuke. Obs. bate.

Incorporazione, s. f. incorpo- Increpazione, s. f. increpation, Inconturlyábile, adj. imper-ration or mixing together. rebuke. Obs. turbed, undisturbed, serene, Incorpóreo, adj. incorporeal, Increscenza, s. f. grief, trouble, calm.

bodiless, without a body. vexation. Inconvegnenza, t. Incouveni- Incorporeo, s. m. incorpora- Incréscere, to grow tired, to enza. Obs. tion.

think the time long, tedious, Incorvenevole, adj. inconve- Incorre, v. Incógliere. wearisume, or irksome, to Inconveniente, 5. nient, Incorreggibile, v. Incorrigi- weary, to be wearisome, to indecent, unbecoming, un biie.

be tedious. --Increscere, to bandsome, unbefitting --In- Incórrere, to incur, to fall un pity, to coinmiserate, to take convenienie. s. m. inconveni- der, to run upon or into, to pity of.—M'incresce della vostra ence, trouble, cross, accident, draw upon one's self.- Incor- disgruzia, I am sorry for your difficulty, disturbance. rere in erruri,' to commit misfortune.- Per l'amor di Dio Inconvenientemente, adv. in- faults.

t'incresca di me, for God's sake couveniently, unseasonably: Incorrétto, adj. incorrect, faul- take pity on me. Inconvenićnza, s. f. inconveni- ty.

Increscévole, adj. pitiful, tedi. ence, trouble, difficulty, dis- Incorrigibile, adj. incorri- ous, wearisome, tiresome, iskturbance.

gible, obstinate, ihat cannot Inconvincibile. adj. invincible, be reclaimed.

Increscevolmente, tediously, uot to be overcome or con- Incorrigibilit., s. f. obstinacy, incommodiously, in a tedious quered.

stubbornness. Incoraggiamento, encourage- Incorrigibilmente, adv. past Increscimento, s. m. weariness, ment, incitement. hopes of correction.

trouble, sorrow, grief, vex. Incoraggiáre, to encourage, in- Incorrótto, adj. incorrupt, un ation. cite or stir up.-iucuriggiato, corrupted, untainted. Increacióso, adj. 2. Incresceadj. animated, encouraged. Incorruttibile, adj. incorrupt- vole. lucoraggire, e. Incoraggiare, ible, not subject to corrup- Increspamento, s. m. curl or and its derivatives. tion.

curling: Incorare, co have a mind, to be Incorruttibilità, s. f. incorrupt- Increspure, to curl.--- Ineresresolved or determined. --In- ibility, integrity,

páre, to shrink. Ouráre, to put in mind, to in- Incorruttibilmenie, adv. incor- Increspáto, adj. curled, shrunk, spire, to put in one's head, to rupribly.

frizzled. persuade.--Incoráre, to encou- Incorruzione, s. f. incorrup- Increspatúra, t. f. curl or curl, rage, to incite, to give cou tion.

ing. rage, to spur.

Incorso, auj. incurred, fallen, Incretáre, to cover or daub Incordáre, to be benumbed, to committed.

with clay. grow stiff through cold or Incortinátu, adj. surrounded Incristallare, to appear like other diseases. Incordure, to with curtains.

crystal, as the eyes when full string an instrument.-Incur- In coscienza, adv. upon any of tears. dáto, adj. stiff, benumbed. conscience.

Incroccicchiare, to cross, to Incordatúra, s. f. a crick in the Incostánte, adj. inconstant, lay cross or cross-ways. neck.

fickle, wavering, changeable, Incrocicchiato, adj. cross, laid lucorniciáre, to put a frame unstable, uncci ain.

cross. --Colle braccia rcrucnc chiIncostanza, s. i. inconstancy, ate, with one's arms across. Incoronáre, to crown.

tickleness, levity,changeable- Incrojarsi, tu grow hard, to Incoronazioac, s. t. coronation. ness, lightnc», uncertainty, haruen. Obs. Incorporabile, adj. that can be instability:

Incrojáto, adj. hardened, inincorporated.

Incostantemente, adv. iacun- tractable. Obs. Incorporale, adj. incorporeal, stantly, lightly.

Incronicare, to meddle in afbaving no body, bodiless. Incoverchiare, to cover, to put fairs. kucosporalità, $. £. incorpo- a cover or lid upon. Incrostáre, to form a crust

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