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forbidding the exercise of the Intermináto, adj. interminable, not long after they made their ministerial functions.-Inter- endless, boundless.

love complete. ditto, adj. forbidden, prohi-Intermissione,s.f. intermission, Interpósito, adj. interposed. bited, interdicted.

discontinuance, interruption, Interpósto, Ś -- Per interInterdiciménto, s. m. inter pause.

posita persona, by a third per-. diction, prohibition. Intermísto, adj. intermixed. Interdire, to interdict, to pro- Intermittente, adj. intermit- Interposizioneélla, dim. of Inhibit or forbid.-Interdire, to tent, discontinuing: ---Febbre terposizione. interdiet, to suspend from the intermittente, an intermitting Interposizione, s. f. interpoadministration of the sacra fever.

sition. Intermittenza, s. f. intermis- Interpósto, adj. interposed.-Interdizione, 3. f. interdiction, sion, discontinuance, inter- Interposti tilquanti di, some days prohibition. ruption.

after. Interessáre, to interest, to con- Internamente, adv. internally, Interpretaménto, v. Interpetracern or engage.

inwardly. Interessáto, adj. interested, con- Internáre, to penetrate, to go interpretáre, o. Interpretare. cerned or engaged. Interes- or to get through, or into, to Interpretativo, adj. interpresálo, covetous, selfish, self-in-! pierce into.

tative, that serves to interterested.--Interessato, party Internáto, adj. that has pierc- pret. concerned in a business of ed through, penetrated. Interpretáto, t. Interpetrato. consequence.

Interno, adj. internal, that is Interpretatore, ti IntérpeInterésse, s. m. interest, use of within, inward.--Interno, s. tre. money. - Interésse, interest, m. the intrinsic, the interior, Interpretazione, o. Interpetra. good, benefit, advantage. the heart.

zione. Interésso, loss, damage, disad- Internódio, s, m. the space be- Intérprete, v. Interpetre.

tween two joints or knots, Interráre, to daub or plaister Interessoso, addicted to inte-l internodium.

with earth.Interráre, to rest. Obs.

Intéro, adj. whole, intire, bury. Interessúccio, s. m. a little af- complete.--Intéro, perfect, Interrato, adj. covered fair or concern.

complete, full.-Intéro, sure, plaistered with earth.-InterInterézza, s. f. integrity, hc- certain, indubitable.--Intéro, ráto, buried. nesty, uprightness, sincerity. sincere, honest, plain, free, Interregno, s. m, interregInteriezione, s. f. interjection. open, downright, ingenuous, num. Interióra, s. f. pl. ?

entrails, candid.--Intcra amicizia, a sin- Interriáre, to daub or plaister Interióri, s. m. pl. s bowels, cere friendship.--Che fu all with earth. guts, intestines.

dire, e al far così intero, who Interriáto, pale. Interiore, s. m. mind, heart. was so sincere both in his Interrogare, to interrogate, to -Interiore, adj. internal, ins words and actions.--Intéro, ask a question or demand, to ward, inner, interior, intrin- sufficient, enough, entire.— examine.

Cwallo intero, a stone horse. Interrogativamente, adv. in an Interiormente, adv. internally, Andlare intero, to walk strait interrogative way. inwardly.

Interrogativo, adj. interrogaInterità, s. f. Interezza. Obs. Interpellazione, s. f. a legal tive. Interlineáre, to interline, to call before a magistrate. Interrogáto, adj. questioned, write between two lines.-In- Interpetramento, s.m.interpre- asked a question. — Interrogáterlineáre, adj. interlining; be- tation, exposition, explan- to, s. in. a question put to a tween line and line. ation.

man. Obs. Interlineato, adj. interlined. Interpetrare, to interpret, to Interrogatorio, s. m. an interInterlocutore, s. m. he that expound or explain, to trans rogatory, an interrogation or speaks in a dialogue, dramatis late.

exainination. persona.

Interpetrato, adj. interpreted, Interrogazione, s. m. interroIntermédio, s. m. interlude in expounded, explained. gation, examination. a play, that which is sung or Interpetratóre, interpreter, ex- interrompere, to interrupt, disrepresented between the seve pounder.

turb or break off, to hinder ral acts, intermede.

Interpetrazićne, s. f. interpre- or stop, to leave off. Intermentíre, to grow

stiff tation, exposition, explan- Interrompimento, s. m. interbenumbed, to grow stark ation, translation.

ruption, discontinuance. with cold.

Intérpetre, s. m. an inter- Interrottamente, adv. in an inIntermentíto, adj. benumbed, interpétro,

terrupted manner, interruptstark with cold. expounder.

edly. Intermésso, adj. left off, inter- Interponiménto, s. m. interpo- Interótto, adj. interrupted, dismitted. sition.

turbed. Interméttere, to intermit, to Interpórre, to interpose or put Interuttóre, one that interleave off for a while.

between.-- Interporre, to inter- rupts. Interminabile, adj. intermin- meddle.- A dare al loro amor Interruzione, s. f. interruption, able, boundless, endless. compimento molto non s interpose, discontinuance.

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Intersecáre, to cut in the mid-1 Intiepidáre, to cool, to grow Intitolamento, s. m. the giving dle, to intersest. Intiepidire, 5 luke-warm.

a title to a thing; Intersecato, adj. intersected, Intiepidote, to cool, to make Intitoláre, to intitle or gives cut in the middle.

cool.-Intiepidire, to relent, title to, to call, to name.--InIntersegáre, e. Intersecare. to abate or grow less, to di- titolare, to ascribe, attribute Interstizio, 6. m. interstice, a minish. Il suo amore comincia or impute a thing to one, to distance or space between. ad intiepidersi, his lore begins father it upon him.-IntitoInterténere, to entertain, to to relent, or grow cold. lársi, to assume or take upon

Intiepidito, adj. cool, luke- one's self, to arrogate to one's Intertenimento, s. m.entertain- warm, lented, diminished. self, to challenge. Intitolare, ment, amusement.

Intignáre, to grow moth-eaten. to dedicate or address.--Intia Intervalláto, adj. that has an Intignáto, adj. moth-eaten. tolore un libro, to dedicate a interval.

Intígnere, to dip, soak or book. Intervallo, m. interval, steep.-Intignere, to be con- Intitolato, adj. intitled, called, space, distance.

cerned or have a hand in. dedicated. Intervenimento, s. 11. accident, Intignosire, to make scurvy or intitolazione, the giving a chance, fortune.--Interveni- scald-headed.

title, title, dedication. ménto, assistance, help. Intimatamente, adv. intimate- Intollerábile, adj. intolerable, Intervenire, to intervene, tolly:

insufferable. happen, to befal, to come to Intimáre, to signify, to give Intollerabilmente, adv. intole. pass.- Intervenire ad una cosa, notice, to summon.

rably. to be present at a thing, to Intimazione, s. f. intimation, Intolleránte, adj. intolerant. assist at it.

Intonacáre, . Intonicare. Intervento, s. m. consent, ap- Intiaidire, to grow timorous Intónaco, v. Intonico. probation - Intervento, medi or fearful, to frighten. Intonáre, to tune or sing, to ation, interposition.---Inter- Intimidità, so fi resolution, sing in tune.--- Intonáre, to ténto, presence, assistance. courage, heart, boldness, dar- begin. Intondre, to resound, Internúto, adj. intervened. ingness. Not used.

to ring:— Intonato, adj. tuned, Interzáre, to come in as a Intimidito, adj. heartless, fear- resounded, third.

ful, timid.

intonatóre, a tuner, he that Intésa, s. f. intention, intent, l'ntimo, adj. internal, iuward, tunes or sings. purpose, design, mind. interior, intrinsic.— Iddio solo Intonazione, s. f. tune, tuningd Intesamente, adv. attentively, vede l'intimo del cuore, God A musical word. with attention.

alone sees man's heart.- Inti- Intonchiáre, to grow full of Inteschiáto, obstinate, stub mo, secret, recondite, hidden. mites, speaking of pulse. born.

-Intimo, intimate, familiar. Intonicáre, to plaister, to do letiso, adj. atientive, heedful, - Amico intimo, an intimate over with plaistering. miodful, intent, bent upon a friend

Intonicáto, adj. plaistered. thing-lice turba 'al vil Intimorire, to terrify, to fright Intonicuíto, e. in. plaister when gurdugno intesa, says the mul or make afraid.

on a wall. titude that minds nothing Intimorito, adj. terriñed, fright- Intónico, s, m. plaister. but their profit or interest. ed.

Intoppamento, s. m. obstacle Inteso, understood, compre- !ptingere, t. Intignere. hindrance. hended.

Intingolo, s. m. a ragoo, a Intoppáre, to meet, to-meet Intessere, to weave, to inter-dish high-tasted.

with mingle, to twine or twist one Intinto, adj. dipped, concern. Intóppo, s. m. a meeting or with another, to interlace. éd. Intinto, immerged, in-| rencounter.-Intóppo, an oby Intessúto, adj. woven, twined, mersed, plunged.--Intinto nelle stacle, accident, Chance, ad, interlaced.

sensualita, plunged in sensu renture, rub. Intestáre, to be prepossessed, ality.

Intoráre, to grow angry like to be obstinate. Intintúra, s. f. dipping or div.

a bull, Intestato, adj. prepossessed, ing into.

Intoráto, adj. angry, mad, in a obstinate, stubborn. Intes- Intirizzamento, s. m. a stiffen. great passion. tato, that died without making or growing stiff. Intorbáre, to trouble, to make ing a will, intestate. Intirizzare, to grow stiff, to chick or muddy. lntestinále, adj. of or belong-stiffen...Inlirizzáre, to grow Intorbidaménto, ... m. a trough ing to the guts.

stiff with cold, to be be- blingor makingthick or mudo intestino, &. m. intestine, the numbed.

dy, disturbance. extrails or bowels, the inward Intirizzáto, proud, haughty:: Intorbidáre,to trouble,to make parts of any living crcature. latirizziménto, s. m. growing thick or muddy.-- Intorbidar -Intestino, adj. intestine, in- stiff, stiffening.

l'acqua, to trouble the water. ward, within-Gueri ir- Intirizzíre, r. Intirizzare. intorbidáre, to trouble to destine, intestine war, civil Intirizzíto, v. Intirizzato. disturb, to vex, confound of

Intisichire, to grow consump-embroil. Infestge adj. weaved, twisted, tive Intis.chire, to throw Intorbidarsi, to grow thick or inte-lated Poet.

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levercast, to grow cloudy. Intradimenticare; to forget be- Intrattenimento, s. m. delay, Intorbidáto, adj. troubled, tween this and that time. stop, let, hindrance. *thick, muddy.

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Intraveníre, ? to intervene, to Intorbidazione, s. f. trouble, Intra due, adv. doubtfully, in Intravvenire, ) happen, to bedisturbance.

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---Essere intra duc, fall, to come to pass. Intorbidire, to grow thick or to be irresolute, to be in sus. Intraversáre, to cross, to lay muddy. Intorbidire, to dark- pense, not to know what to across.--Intraversare, to lead en, to grow dark, gloomy, or do.

astray, to go astray-intraovercast, to grow dim. Intrafátto, adj. quite.

versáre, to oppose, to with Intorbidíto, adj

. darkened, Intrafinefattó, adv. quite, tho- stand, to hinder. overcast, dim, dark,

roughly, altogether, entirely. Intraversatúra, s. f. opposition, Intormentire, v. Intermentire. Intralasciamento, s, m, inter resistance, Intormentíto, adj. stiff, be- mission, pause,discontinuance, In travérso, adv. across, cross. numbed with cold.

interruption. Intorneáre, to surround, to en- Intralasciáre, to interrupt,leave Intreársi,' to become three. viron, to encompass about. off, to interpose or inter- Obs. Obs.

meddle.

Intrecciamento, s. m. tress, 2 Intorneáto,adj.surrounded, en- Intralasciato, adj. interrupted, knot. vironed, encompassed about. left off, intermitted.

Intrecciante, adj. weaving, Obs.

Intralciamento, s. m. embarras- twisting. Intorncamento,s. m. enclosure. ment, entanglement. atrecciare, to weave, to twist. Obs.

intralciáre, to interuningle, to -intrecciare i capelli, to braid Intorniárc, c. Intorneare. interlace, to interweave, to

hair. Intorniáto, r. Intorneato. entangle or involve. Intrecciato, adj. weaved, twistIntárno, prep. about, concern- Intralciato, adj. perplexed, in- ned. ing, touching.-- Intorno alla tricated, puzzled, cumbered. Intrecciatójo, s. m. attire, orcitti, about the city. Intorno Intralice, adv. obliquely, awry, nament of a woman's head. al nostro negozio, concerning sloping, across. Not in use. Intrecciatúra, s. f.a tress, our affair.-L'ho comprato m- Intrámbo, adj.? both, both garland of flowers, a knot. torno a dieci scudli, I gave about Intramendúf, } together. Intróccio, v. Intrecciamento. ten crowns for it.--Intúrno, Intramessa, s. f. interposition, Intreguare,. to make a truse. 'adv, round aboutGuardare mediation.

Obs, intorno, to look about or Intraméttere, to put between, ntremire, to tremble or quake round about.---intorno, to inclose.

for fear, to shiver. Obs. thercabout.

Intramettersi, to intermeddle Intrepidamente, adv. boldly, Intorno intorno, every where. or meddle.

without fear. -V'ho certato intorno intorna, i Intramésso, adj. put between, Intrepidézza, s. f. intrepidity, have looked for you every intermeddled.

fearlessness, courage, resoluwhere.-D'ogni intorno, from Intramischiáto, adj. mixed to tion. all sides. gether.

Intrépido, adj. intrepid, bold, Intorpidire, to grow heavy, Intrapórre, to interpose. fearless, dauntless, courage. stupid, sleepy or dull. Intraprendere, to overtake, to Intorpidíto, adj. slow, dull, catch.--- Intruprénuere, to un Inrescárę, to perplex, to instupid, sleepy or drowsy. dertake, to take in hard, to volve, to intricate, to trouble, Intorticciato, adj. r. Intorto. Lake upon one's sel.

to entangle, to confound. Intorto, adj, twisted. Intraprendimento, undertak- 'nt rescato adj. perplexed, inintossicáre, po poison..

ing, enterprise, attempt, de tricáte, coniounded. Intossicato, adj. poisoned. sign.

Intricáre, z. Intrigare, and all Intozzáre, to grow clumsy, or intraprenditore, he that over its derivatives. thick and short.

takes. Intraprenditore, an un- Intridere, to temper, dilute, or Intozzato, adj. clumsy, thick dertaker.

allay.--Intridére, to foul, to and short.

Intràpréso, adj. undertaken. soil, to dirty, to spot or Intra, prep, between, amongst. Intrare, to enter, to come in. stain. -Intra gli altra, amongst the Obs..

Intrigaménto, s. m. intrigue, Intrarómpere, to interrupt. intricacy, entanglement, diffic Intrabeşcársi, to fall in love. A : Obs.

culty, perplexity, confusion. cant word.

Intrassegna, s. f. ensign, the Intrigare, to intricate, tò eme Intrabiccoláre, to mount on arms or cognisance of a gen- broil or confound,to entangle, any thing with a danger of bstleman, a, coat of arms, al perplex. falling or letting any thing, badge. Obs.

latrigatamente, adv, intricatefäll.

Intrattábile, adj. intractable, 'ly. Intrachiudere, 10 inclose, to 'ungovernable, unruly. Intrigáto, adv. intricate, eme shut in, surround or encom- Intrattenuto, adv. interim, in broiled, confounded, perplex puss, to fence. the mean while.

ed, jumbled. Ingrachiuso, adj. iħclosed, sur: | Intrattenire, to entertaid or Intrigatóre, a shuffling fellow. rounded, encompassed,

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plot, secret contrivance. Intuitívo, adj. intuitive. versato nel sonno, buried in intrinsicamente, adv. inward. Intuíto, s. m. intuition. sleep.--Invasálo, amazed, ai..

Intucnáre, v. Intonare, and its tonished, wondered. Intrinsicáre, to grow familiar derivatives.

Invasazione, s. f. passion. printimate with one, to fami- In tutto, adv. 2 quite,in- Invaselláre, to put into a vere liarize one's self.— Intrinsicáre, In tutto e per tutto, s tirelyal- sel. to make or get acquainied. together.

Invasióne, s. f. invasion. Intrinsicato, adj. intimate. In rutto in tutto, adv. in short, Inváso, adj. invaded. Intrinsichézza, s. f. familiarity, in a word.

Inubbidienza, s. f. disobefriendship, intimacy. Intuzzáre, to repress, to re

dience. Intrinsico, adj. inward, inter- strain, to keep under, to stop. Inubbriacáre, to make or get nal.-Intrins

insico intimate, most livagáre, to fall in love, to be drunk. Obs. dear or familiar, entirely be desirous, to be inflamed with Inudíto, adj.unheard of,strange. loved. Amico intrinsico, inti- love.

Invecchiare, to grow old. mate friend.

Invaghicchiare, to fall slightly Invecchiáre, tô weaken, to Intriso, s. m. hodge-podge.-- in love, to be smitten. make weak, to debilitate, to Iniriso, adj. diluted, allayed.

Invaghiménto, s. m. desire, enervate, to enfeeble. Intristáre, to grow wicked, love, appetite, affection. Invecchiaio, adj. grown old, Intristíre, s knavish, or me- Invaghíre, to inflame, to give grown out of date. lancholy..--Intristire, not to a desire, to set agog:

Invecchiuzzire, to waste, to thrive. ---Intristire, to rot, to Invaghirsi, to fall in love. decay, to diminish, to grow perish, waste or pine away. Invaghíto, adj. in love, smitten, Intrócque, adv. at the same

amorous, desircus.

In vece, adv. instead, in lieu. time,' in the mean while. Invajáre, to grow or become Invecería, s. f. silliness, foolish, Obs.

brown, swarthy, tawny, or ness, sottishness. Obs: Introdotto, introduced.

blackish.

Invéggia, s. f. envy. Obs. Introduciménto, s.m. introduc- Invalidamente, adv. without Inveggiare, to envy. Obs, tion.

validity.

Inveleníre, to irritate, to exasIntrodúrre, to introduce, to Invalidáre, to make null or perate, provoke, incense or bring in. invalid, to annul.

anger. Introduttore, he that intro- invalidità, s. f, invalidity, nul- Inveleníto, exasperated, irriduces. lity.

tated, provoked, incensed, Introduzione, s. f. introduc- inválido, adj. invalid, void, of angry: tion.

no force, that does not stand Invendicato, adj. unrevenged. Intróito, s. m. entrance, entry, good in law.

Invénia, s. f. worship, humilia- Intróito, beginning: Invalorire, to grow strong, to tion, reverence, res

ect. Intromésso, adj entered or let recover one's strength. Inrénia, superfluous words. in intermeddled.--Intromesso, Invaníre, to become vain, to Inveníre, to find, to find out. s. m. intermesses, courses set blast the corn.Invanire, to Obs. on table between other vanish, to vanish away, to Inventáre, to invent, devise, dishes.

come to nothing.-- Intanire, find out, contrive. Introméttere, to let in. to grow proud, hauglay, or Inventariáre, to make an in. Intromettersi, to meddle or in- vain-glorious

.-nvenire, to ventory: meddle.

debase, disgrace, disparage, or Inventário, 8. m. an inventory. Intronamento, s. m. stunning, undervalue.

Inventáto, adj. invented. tingling in one's ears. In vano, adv. vainly, in vain, Inventatóre, inventor, author, Intronáre, to stun.

to no purpose.

contriver. Intronatello, diminitive of In- Invariabile, adj. invariable, im- Inventatoréllo, a poor sorry intronato.-intronato, adj. stun- mutable, unchangeable, conned. Intronáto,stupid, block

Inventiva, s. f. invention, cona ish, dull.

Invariabilmente, adv. firmly, trivance, device. Intronatúra, o. Intronamento. stedfastly, constantly. Inventore, inventor, author, Intronfiáre, to swell.

Invasáre, to invade, to attack! contriver. Intronfiato, adj. swelled, swol or seize, to be possessed with Inventráre, to penetrate: len.

the devil. - Invasársi, to be inventrice, s. f. an inventresg. Intrudere, to intrude or thrust astonished,amazed,surprized. Invenzióne, s. f. invention, in.

-Invasáre, to dip or immerse, | contrivance, device.--Innen Iatruonáre, v. Intronare. tu plunge.--Invasiirsi quaciel zićre, trick, device, way. Intrusione, s. f. intrusion. cosil nella memoria, to imprint Inventurato,adv.happy,lucky, Intruso, adj. intruded, thrust a thing in one's mind.

fortunate. in.

luvasato, adj. possessed with Invér, prep. towards, also, ip Intruársi, to become another

or by the devil. -- Incasato, truth. thy self, to enter in thy self. plunged, dipped, involved.-- !overársi, to be likely.

Invasato ne vizi, plunged in Inverdire, to grow green, Intuitivaménte, adv. intuitive vices.-Inva atunel gioco, given Invergegnáre, to defame, di ly,

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employ or lay out money up- Invigorire, to strengthen, te Invergognatamente, adv.

on any commodity or lands. encourage, to support, to fa. shamefully, disgracedly, ig Investire, to become, to be vour, to back. nominiously.

proper, suitable or agrecable, Invigorirsi, to grow strong Invergognato, adj. defamed, io fit, to suit with.-- Incestire, and vigorous,

dishonoured, disgraced, de to hit or strike, to wound.-- Invigorito, adj. strengthened, based, discredited.

Incestire, to charge or fall supported, favoured, vigorInverisimilo, adj. unlikely, im upon, to attack.--I mestire un probable:

vascello, to board a ship, to Invilíre, to discourage, to disInverisimilitudine; s. m. un come up with her.

hearten or dispirit. likelihood, improbability. Investita, s. f. investiture.--In- Invilirsi, to be discouraged or Inverminaménio, s. m. a breed. restia, purchase, bargain, disheartened, to despond. ing of worms. emption.

Invilito, adj. frightened, diso Invermináre, to breed or bring Investito, adj. invested. couraged, disheartened, out forth worms, to grow full of Investitira, s. t. investiture. of heart. worms, to be corrupted. Inveterato, adj. inveterate. Invilupparnénio, s. m. involu. Invermináto, adj. corrupted, invetráre, /to work like a tion, confusion, disorder, infull of worms.

Invetriáre, $ glass, to thicken, tricacy, embarrassment. Inverminire, o. Inverminare. to congcal.

Inviluppare, to wrap up; to Inverminito, v. Inverminato. Invetriata, s. f. a glass window. envelope, to fold up.--Intia Invernáre, to winter.

Intrinto, adj. glazed.-In- luppári, to cumber, to intriInvernáta, s. f. a whole win- vetriáto, shining, smooth. cate, to perplex, to hinder, to

Fronte incetriata, impudent, pester, to trouble, to con. Invernicáre, to varnish. brazen-faced.

found, to puzzle, to entangle. Invernicáto, adj. varnished. Invectiva, s. f. invective, viru- Inviluppo, s. m. bundle or parInverniciare, o. Invernicare. lent words.

cel. Iniluppo, confusion, Inverniciáto, o. Invernicato. Invettivo, adj. railing, abusive disorder, embarrassment, in. Inverno, $. m. winter.

Purple 'invettive, abusive tricacy, perplexity: In vero, adv. in truth, truly, words.

Invincibile, adj. 'invincible, indeed.

Invezione, s. f. invective. unconquerable, not to be Inversáto, adj. opposite, con- Inuggiolire, to make one's conquered. trary. Obs.

Inuzzolire, s mouth water, Invincidire, to grow soft, weak, Jrvérso, adv. towards.- Inorit to make one long for.

flabby. so casa, towards home.--In- Inviamento, s. m. 2 way, a Inviolắbile, adj. inviolable, not vérso, in comparison to.-In means to bring a thing about, to be broken or violated. verso, against.

instruction, introduction.. Inviolabilmente, adv. 2 invio. Invértere,to turn upside down, Dar invimento al alomu, to Inviolatamente,

lably. . to confound, to overthrow, to instruct, or give one instruct- Invioláto, adj. inviolate, not turn the inside out, to invert, ions how to go on.---lnoja- violated or corrupted. to change.

mento, business, affair, em. Inviperáre, to rage, to be fierce Invescáre, to entangle, toploy.

and cruel, to swagger, to Inveschiáre, 3 ensnare, to

Inviáre, to send.--Inviáre, to bluster. catch or daub with bird- direct, to shew.

Inviperáto, adj. enraged, mad, lime.-A voi non graci, perch'io laviáto, adj. sent.--Inviato, adj. provoked. un poco a ragionar minceschi, instructed, experienced, vers- Inriperire, u. Inviperare. don't be angry if I enlarge a ed. - Inviato, s. m. an envoy. Inviperito, v. Inviperato. little in my discourse. Invidia, s. f. envy.-Invidia, Invironáre, to environ, to en. Investigábile, adj. that cannot v. Indivia.

compass, or surround. Obs. be investigated.

Invidiabile, adj. to be envied. Inviscáre, e Invischiare, v. InInvestigamento,s. m. investiga- Invidiánte. adj. envious, jea-vescare. rion, diligent search. lous, that envies.

Invisibile, adj. invisible, not to Investigare, to investigate, to Invidiare, to envy.

be seen. trace or fir.d out by steps, to Invidiáto), adj. envięd Invisibilit:1, s. f. invisibleness. search or enquire diligently. Invidiatore. an envioua man. Invisibilmónte, adv. invisibili Investigáco, adj. investigaced, Invidiatrice, an envious woSarched, enquired.

Irvitaminic, s. m. ?

invitation. Investigatore, a diligent search- Invidiosamente, adj. with envy. Invitánza,

Invidiósu, adj. cnvious, je--| Invitáre, to invite, to derire, Investigatríce, she that inves- |I'nvido,

Slous, that en

to come.--Iivitáre, to give a tigates. vics.

mind or desire.--Initúre, to Investigazione, s. f. investiga- Invietáre, Invictire, so grow invite, allure, or entice. tion.

old or obsolete.

Invitársi, to intrude one's self Investigióne, . f. } v. loves- In vigiláre, to invigilate, to in a place or compary, to lavestimento, s. m.} titúra. waich, co be vigilant, to stand invite one's self. Jovestire, to invest, to put in upon one's guard, to miod Invitáta, s. f. invitation. possession of Indeslire, to or take care of.

inritto, adj. invited.

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