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NOVO BICCIONARIO PORTÁTIL 



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Printed by Pillet & Dumoultn, 
Paris, rue des Grands-Âugustins, 3. 



NOVO 

DICCIONARIO PORTÁTIL 

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'' DAS línguas 

PORTUGUEZA E INGLEZA 

EM DUAS PARTES 

Portugaeza e Ingleza — Ingleza e Portugueza 

RESUMIDO ; 

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DO DICCIONARIO DE ^lEYRA , r / r, "' " •, 

NOVA EDIÇÃO 

Revista e consideravelmente augmentada 



VOL. I 
PORTUGUEZ E INGLEZ 




PARIZ 



V* J.-P. AILLAUD, GUILLARD E C^ 

LIVRKIROS DE SUAS MAGBSTADBS 
O IMPERADOR IX) BKAZIL E EL-RBI DE PORTUGAL 

Rua Saint*André-dea- ArtA, V\ 
IBIS 






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PREFACIO 











O favor com que o publico acolheu a primeira tenta- 
tiva da edição portátil de um Diccionario Portuguez- 
Inglez determinou os Editores a publicar o presente 
Diccionario, que mais se deve considerar como obra in- 
teiramente nova, que como segunda edição da prece- 
dânte, vistas as mudanças e numerosos melhoramentos 
que lhe dão o caracter de obra completamente refundida, 
ou nova. 

Consideráveis addições no numero dos vocábulos se 
fez à primeira parte, e muitas incorrecções nas accep- 
ções Inglezas se corrigirão. A segunda parte recebeu 
uma face inteiramente nova : na primeira edição os vo- 
cábulos inglezes, em muitos casos, erão meramente bx- 
plicados em portuguez; mas na presente os termos 
inglezes se achão vei*tidos por equivalentes portuguezes, 
o que facilita notavelmente a versão do inglez em por- 
tuguez ao traductor, que tiver de consultar um Diccio- 
nario. 

Sendo este o plano e o caracter do Diccionario portátil 
Portuguez e Inglez que offerecemos ao publico, supér- 
fluas serião quaesquer observações sobre a sua utilidade. 
Para os negociantes e viajantes tem sido, e conlvoLW^xk 
u a ser absolutamente necessário ; e pelo acWaMoTm^aXfò^t^dj 



VI PREFÁCIO. 

torna summamente commodo. Se nm tal Diccionario 
foi jugaldo necessário na data da publicação da prece- 
dente edição, quanto mais não será procurado hoje, 
quando, alem do antigo commercio com Portugal, ac- 
cresce o do Império Brasílico, para cujas transacções o 
conhecimento da lingua portugueza se torna indispensá- 
vel em um gráo muito mais extenso. 

Com este alvo, e afim de offerecerem um Diccionario 
portátil Portuguez-Inglez digno da aceitação geral, não 
poupáramos Editores trabalho nem despeza; e confiam 
na liberalidade e indulgência do publico para obter 
desculpa das imperfeições inevitáveis em obra d'esta 
natureza, e das quaes elles não podem lisongear-se que 
esteja inteiramente izento este trabalho. Persuadem-se 
todavia que o publico o acolherá como o mais com- 
pleto doesta natureza que até ao presente se tenha publi- 
cado. 



VvaJ. P. AiLLADD, GdILLARD E 0^*. 



EXPLICAÇÃO DAS ABREVIATURAS 



DSADAS NO DICCIONARIO INGLEZ-PORTUGUEZ. 



adi. 
aav. 


adjectivo. 


hist. nat. 


historia natural 


adverbio. 


impr. 


imprensa. 


alg. 


álgebra. 


interj. 


interjeição. 


art. 


artigo. 


joc. 


jocoso. 


aor, 
ah. 


agricultura, 
alveitaria. 


jur. 
lat. 


jurisdicção. 
latino. 


anat. 


anatomia. 


log. 


lógica. 


ant. 


antigo, antigui- 


mar. 


marinha. 




dade. 


math. 


mathematicas. 


archit. 


architectura. 


mech. 


mechanica. 


arith. 


arlthmetíca. 


med. 


medicina. 


artilh. 


artilheria. 


mil. 


militar. 


astrol. 


astrologia. 


mmer. 


mineralogia. 


astrou. 


astronomia. 


myth. 


mythologia. 


bot. 


botânica. 


mus. 


musica. 


braz. 


brazão. 


opU 


óptica. 


burl. 


burlesco. 


p. extens. 


por extensão. 


carp. 


carpentaria. 


pharm. 


pharmacia. 


cir. 


cirur^a. 


philos. 


philosophia. 


chim. 


chimica. 


phys. 


physica. 


eomm. 


commercio. 


pint. 


pintura. 


comp. 


comparativo. 


pi. 


plural. 


conj. 


conjunçSo. 


pões. 


poesia. 


coz. 


cozinha. 


poss. 


possessivo. 


dir. 


direito. 


pp. 


participio passa 

• _ * a 


encad. 


encadernação. 




do. 


esc. 


esculptura. 


p, prés. 


participio pre 


esgr. 
fale. 


esgrima. 




sente. 


falcoaria. 


prep. 


preposição. 


fem 


feminino. 


pret. 


pretérito. 


fiff- 


figurado. 


pnon. 


pronome. 


for. 


foro. 


rei. 


relativo. 


fort. 


fortificação. 


rhet. 


rhetorica. 


geneal. 

geoq. 

geol. 


genealogia, 
geograpnia. 
geologia. 


s. 
sup. 


substantivo, 
superlativo. 


tkeol. 


theologia. 


geom. 


geometria. 


va. 


verbo activo. 


! ffir. 


giria. 


vtt. 


verbo neutro. 


gram. 


grammatica. 


zool. 


zoologia. 



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NOVO DICCIONARIO 



DAS 



línguas portdgueza e ingleza 



PARTE I 



PORTUGUEZ E INGLEZ 



■o*«<«v»<«>- 



A, sm. the first letter of the Por- 
tuguese alphabet. 

A. B. artium baccalaureus, bacha- 
rel em artes^ bachelor of arts. — 
A. D. Anno Domini, no anno do 
Senhor y in the year of our Lord. 
— A. M. artiam magister, mestre 
em artesy master of tfrts. 

A, the feminine article the : A 
mulher y the woman. 

A is also a pronoun relattve : her ; 
vendo-a^ seeing it, or vendo-a, 
seeing her. 

A is a preposition denoting the 
place whither one is going as : 
eu vou á LondreSy I go to Lon- 
don. Voltar á França^ to return 
or go back to France. 

A% a and ás are also used in many 
different senses. A que horas es- 
tareis vós lá? &% what hour will 
you be there ? Andar a pé ou a 
cavallo^ to go on foot or on horse- 
back. Viver á Inçleza, to live 
after the Englisb fãshion. 

A denotes also theprice of thinirs. 

"^jij^^y^^^*, at eight sfiU- 



lings ; a denotas also the weight: 
á onçay by tJie ounce. It denotes 
also the measure : m^dir a pai- 
mosy to span or measure by the 
hand extended. 

A is also put before the infinitivos 
preceded by another verb, as : 
ensinar a cantar, to teach sing- 
ing : Ir a dormir^ to go to sleep. 

A, betveen two nouns of number 
signifies between or about : Um 
homem de trinta a quarenta an- 
nos, a man between thirty and 
forty. 

A is also placed between two 
equal nunibers, to denote order 
as : Dois a dois, two by two. 

A, in reckoning games, is used, 
in thia manner : Cinco a cinco^ 
fiveall. 

A' and A's, are used with a noun 
adverbially, as: A'pressa^\i«sM\* 
ly ; A's cegas, \))^aloW\ Aí » "oe- 
zes^ sometimes. 

A, is also an. màeftnWA «cW^^» «ft^ 
denotes the enô. ot \.«nsi <^* J^tJ 
action of the>íex\j,^\^«'^^«***^ 






ABA 



— 2 — 



ABA 



or thing it tends to, as likewise 
the end one aims at> to. Á Deus^ 
to God. Emprestei o cavallo a 
meu irmão, I have lent the horse 
to my brother. 

A also marks the dative case ei- 
ther singular or plural. A minif 
to me. A vós^ to you, etc. 

A sometimes is with : Defende- 
ram-se a unhas e dentes, they de- 
fended themselves with their 
nails and teeth. 

A sometimes is in or accordlng 
to : Ajuízo do doutor, according 
to the doctor's opinion. 

A is sometimes left out in English 
as Dize a João etc, tell «John, 
etc. Que tstais a dizer? What do 
you say ? 

Aain, sm. measure of liquids 
among the Dutch equal to 228 
English pints. 

Ab, sm. the eleventh month of 
the Jewish civil year. 

Aba, sf. edge, brim. Ckapéo de 
abas grandes, a broad-brimmed 
hat. — the skirt of a garment. 

— ififf-) protection, 
Ab-abrupto ou £x-abrupto, adv. 

unawares, unexpectedly, sud- 

denly. 
Abaçanado, a,pp. adj. darkened, 

tawny. 
Abaçanar, va. {med.) to darken. 
Abacellar, va. {plants) to lay the 

root of plants under ground for 

transplantation. 
Ábaco, sm. abacus^the upper part 

of the capital of a column. 
Abactor, sm. a stealer of cattle. 
Abada, sf. the skirt of a garment 

tucked up, and full of any thing. 

— the female of a rhinoceros. 
Abadado, pp. Y. Abbadado. 
Abade] o, sm. a fish called Poor 

Jack. — Spanish fiy or cantha- 

rides. 
AbadengOt sm. {ane.) abbotahip. 
Abademaa, sf pi. hooks, small 

Topes to make fírm the Unes of 

tie sArouds. 
-^Betado, a, jjp. adj, that seems 
baize, well corered vitb bcôze 



Abaetar-se, vr, to be dressed 

■with bai£e clothes. V. Enrou- 

par-se. 
Abaf adamente , adv. secretly, 

under hand. 
Abafadiço, adj. not ventilated. 

Lugar — , very close place. 
Abafado, a, adj. smothered. Ar 

— , a sultry and stifling air. 
Abafador, sm. name given to the 

small lappets of cíoth "which 

serve to soften the tones of a 

piano. 
Abafamento, sm. [sufbcation; 

oppression, calamity. 
Abafar, va. to choke, to overlay, 

— um negocio, to murder a bu- 

siness. — as velas (a sea term)^ 

to lower the sails. 
Abafas, sf. pi. terror, fear. 
Abafo, sm. Casa de — , afroom 

adjoining a warm bath. 
Abainbado, a, pp. adj. closed 

with a hem. 
Abainhar, va. to hem. 
Abaionetado, B.,pp. adj. charged 

•with bayonets. [bayonets. 

Abaionetar, va. to charge with 
Abairrado, a, pp. adj. divided 

into districts. [districts. 

Abairrar , va. to divide in wards or 
Abaixada, adj. {keral.) brought 

low or down. A águia — , eagie 

represented with its wings 

down or shut. 
Abaixado, a, pp. adj. lowered. 



brouffht low. 



[depressor. 



Á 



Abaixador, sm. {anat) abductor, 
Abaixamento, «m. lowering, fall-^ 

ing, abatement : depression. 
Abaixar, va. to puU down, to 

humble. Abaixar-se, vr. to fali, 

to sink, to decrease. 
Abaixo, adv. down. 
Abalado, a,pp. adj. shaken. (jig.) 

Estar -^y to be nearly resolved. 
Abalamento, sm, shock, earth- 

<]uake. {fig.) the act of depart- 

ing. 
Abalançado, a* pP' adj. moved. 
Abalançar, va. to move, to stlr 

any tlôíDig. Abaloaçaar-seN ur, to 



ABA 






ABA 



Abalar, va. to shake, to touch, 

to affect. — vn. to decamp, to 

march off. [tered. 

Abalaustrado, a, pp. a(2j[.l>aluB- 
Abalaustrar, va. to furnish ^geith 

balusters. 
Abalizadamente , adv. excel- 

lently, extremely, in the ntmost 

degree. 
Abalizado, a, pp. adj. surveved. 

— renowed. Autor — , a celebra- 

ted author. [lands. 

Abalizador, sm. a survevor of 
Abalizar, va. to survej lands. 

Abalizar se, vr. to acqmre fame. 
Abalo, sm. shake, jerk, concern, 

decamping; slight íit of disease. 
Abaloíado a, pp. adj. swollen, 

puffed up. [puffed up. 

Abalofar-se, vr. to swell, to be 
Abalroa, sf. grapplings. 
Abalroação, sf. grappling. 
Abalroado, a, pp.adj. {asea term) 

boarded with. grapples. 
Abalroar, vn. to soake or dash, 

to contend. •— oa. to board a 

ship. Abalroar-se^ vr. to run foul 

of one another (fwo ships). 
Abaluartado, a, pp. adj. forti- 

fied with bastions. 
Abaluartar, va. to furnish "with 

bastions or bulwarks. 
Abanado, pp. adj. fanned, sha- 

ken. 
Abanador, sm. a íir^-fan. 
Absoiadura, sf. the act of fan- 

ning; a shake. 
Abanar, va. to fan, to ahake. 

Abanar-se, vr. to cool one^s self 

vith a fan. [on a bench. 

Abancado, a, pp. adj. that is sat 
Abancar-se, w. to sit down at 

table. [dandy. 

Abandalbar-se, vr. to plaj the 
Abandejado, a, pp. adj. having 

the form of a tea-board. 
Abandoado, a, pp. adj. assem- 

bled in a band or party. 
Abandoar, va. to unite m bands. 

Abandoar-se, vr. to join in bands. 
Abandonadamenti, adv, ia a- 

iiandon. 

^^w^^J?''^'.^' JtJP'.^*. aban- 



Doente — >, a patient desperate- 

ly ill. 
Abandonar, va. to abandon, to 

forsake. Abandonar-se ^ vr. to 

give one's self up, to indulge in. 
Abandono, sm. abandonment. 
Abanico, sm. a wornan^s fan. 
Abano, sm. a fire-fan. — a fiy 

flap. 
Abaptista or Abaptiston (surg.) 

abaptiston (instrumeut used in 

trepanning). [like. 

Abaquetado, a, adj. drum-stick 
Abar, va. to cock. — um ckcqtéo, 

to cock up a hat. 
Abaratado or Abarateado, a, 

pp. adj. abated, diminished. 
Abaratar, va. to abate, to beat 

down the price. 
Abarbado, a, adj. quite close; 

vexe d, provokea, 
Abarbar, va. and n. to draw nigh; 

to vex, to puzzle. 
Abarbarizaao, a, pp. adj. barba- 

rous, that becomes barbarian. 
Abarbarizar-se, vr. to become 

barbarian. 
Abarca, sf. shoes worn by coun- 

try people. 
Abarcado, a, pp. adj. monopo- 

lized. [nopolizer. 

Abarcador, sm. forestalíer, mo- 
Abarcamento, sm. the act of 

monopolizing. 
Abarcar, va. to environ, to en- 

close; to forestal, to monopo- 
lize. — com pensamento, to com- 

prehend, to perceive, to seize. 
Abarracamento, sm. barracks. 
Abarracar, va. to barrack» to 

quarter. 
Abarrancado, a, pp. adj. that is 

put in the ravines. 
Abarrancar-se, vr. to put one's 

self ín the ravines. 
Abarregado, pp. adj. and deri* 

vated. Y. Amancebado and deri- 

vated. [with walls. 

Abarr eirado, j>p. adj. sucroraifiÀnà^ 
Abarreixax , «a. V> «x«xo\vsà^NJ^ 

'walls. 



Abarretado.a, pp. o^,- ^^^S^L 
AbarrlBOO, im. — de pwce. 
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ABB 



— 4 — 



ABE 



Abarroado, a, adj. obstinate. V. 

Teimoso. 
Abarrotado, a, pp. adj. fllled up, 

fiai. 

Abarrotar, va. to fill up. 
Abartioulação, sf. {anat.) abarti- 

culation. 
Abaa, sf. pi. the place -where is 

turníng the helm of a ship. 
Abassor or Depressor, sm. 

(anat.) abductor, depressor. 
Abasta, v. imp. it is enough. 
Abastadamente , adv. abun- 

dantly. 
Abastado, a, pp. adj. rich, weal- 

thy. 
Abastança, sf. abundance. 
Abastantemente, adv, largelj, 

copiously. 
Abastar, vn. to suffice. 
Abastardado, a, pp. adj, dege- 

nerated (animais and plants). 
Abastardar, va. to debase, to cor- 

rupt, to spoil. Abastardar-se^ vr. 

to degenerate, to grow worse. 
Abastecer, va. V. Bastecer. 
Abastecido, a, pp. adj. Y. Baste- 

eido and derivated. 
Abastecimento, sm. provision. 
Abasto, sm. provision, victuals. 
Abastoso, a, adj. abimdant. 
Abate, sm. abatement. 
Abater, va. to -weaken, to abate. 

— vn. to decrease. Abater-se^ 

vr. to fali or shrink down, to 

despond. 
Abatido, a, pp. adj, flatened, 

faint , debilitated , decayed , 

abased. 
Abatimento, sm. decaj, weak- 

ness, submissiveness. 
Abatinado, a, pp. adj. dressed 

with a cassock (ecclesiastical 

garment). 
Abatinar-se, vr. to dress one's 

self with a cassock. 
Abaulado, a, pp. adj. arched, 

incurvated or convexed. 
Abaular, va. to incurvate, to 

swelí, to bulge. 
-AjfjfacJaJ, adj. abbatiaJ, abbati- 
^ ^i^' J^^ionging to an abbey. 
^^acfarfp, sm. ãbbey, abbotship, 
elie digmty of an abíot. ^ 



Abbadar, va. to nominate an. 

abbot. [of an abbey. 

Abbade, sm. an abbot, the ruler 
Abbadessa, sf. abbess, snperior 

or governegs of a nunnery. 
Abbadessado, sm. abbotship. 
Abbadia, sf. an abbey, monastery 

of either sex. 
Abbadi&ho, sm. a little abbot. 
Abbarrada, sf. an earthen vessel 

for drinking : a flower-pot of 

China ware. [cassock. 

Abbatina, sf. the abbot dress. 
Abbra ou Abra, sf. a servant 

maid. 
Abbulusão or Abilusão, sf, a 

weight of two oboles formerly 

used in pharmacy. 
Abe, sm. abe tne alphabet or 

criss. ifig.) Elements or rudi- 

ments of mathematics. Sstd 

ainda no a 6 c, he is an abe 

scholar. 
Abcedar, vn. {surg.) to form an 

abscess, to imposthumate. 
Abcesso or Abscesso,5m.abscess. 
Abdalab or Abdallas, sm. {hist.) 

Abdals, religious enthusiasts in 

the East. 
Abdicação, sf. abdication. 
Al^dicado, a, pp. adj. abdicated. 
Andicar, va. to abdicate, to leave, 

to abandon, to renounce. 
Abdicavel, adj. 2 g. that may be 

abdicated. 
Abdómen, s. {anat.) abdómen, 

the lower part of the belly. 
Abdominal, adj. 2 g. abdominal, 

abdominous. 
Abducção, sf. {anat.) abduction. 
Abductor, sm. (anat.) abductor. 

— adj. abducent. 
Abeatado, a, adj. made a bigot. 
Abeatar-se, va. to grow a bigot. 
Abeberado, a, pp. adj. drenched, 

dipped, soaked. 
Abeberar, va. to make drink, to 

drench, to soak. Abeberar-se^ vn. 

to suck or drink in, to be imbi' 

bed. 
Abecedario, sm. a primer. Dis- 
posto pela ordem do abcced<m,o, 

alpbaDeXed. 



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Abegoa, sf. the wife of a farmer^s 

servant. 
Abegoaxia, sf. instniments of hus- 

bandry, farming implements. 
Abejaruco. Y. Abelheiro. 
A'beira, adv. loe. on the brink, 

near to the brínk. 
Abeirado, a, pp. that is near to 

the brink. 
Abeirar, va. to be on the brink. 
Abelha, sf. a bee, or honey bee. 
Abelhãó, sm. a wasp. 
Abelhar-se or Abemuar-se, vr. 

tohurry one's s^lf or make haste 

in the work. 
Abelhazinba, sf. a little bee. 
Abelheira, sf. a swarm of bees. 
Abelheiro, sm. midvall, bee-ea- 

ter. 
Abelhinha, sf. a little bee. — 

flor^ the herb dog^s stones. 
Abelhudamente, adv. inconside- 

rately, too hastily. 
Abelhudo, a, aaj. over-hasty, 

inconsíderate. 
Abelidado, a. pp. adj. having a 

pearl or web in the eye. 
Abelidar-se, vr. to catch webs in 

tiie eyes. 
Abélonianos, sm, Abelonians (a 

sect in Africa). 
A-bel-prazer, ado. loc. at ease. 
A bem or A bem de peito, adv. 

loc. favourably, in good part, 

"with favour. 
Abemolado, a, pp. adj. {pius.) 

soft, harmonlous, sweet. 
Abemolar, va. to sweeten the 

voice singing or speaking. — 

Ahemolar-s%^ vr. to grow sveet, 

effeminate. 
Abançoadeira, sf. a woman that 

gives "blessings. 
Abençoadíssimo , adj. sup. of 

Abençoado, the most blessed. 
Abençoado, a, adj. blessed, fa- 

vourable, happy. 
Abençoador, sm. blesser, he -who 

gives blessings. 
Abençoar, va. to bless, to -wish 

well. — to thank, to praise, to 

give blessings. 
ASeadiçoadOt a, pp, blessed. — 
«Ewr áeDeosI God bless you 1 



Abendiçoar, va. to praise, to 

thank. 
Aberração, sf. aberration, aber- 

rance , aberring , -wandering. 

{jLstr^ aberration, a small appa- 

rent inotion of the íixed stars. 
Aberrar, vn. to -wander. 
Aberta, sf. aperture. chap, cre- 

vice, crack; {f.g.) an opening, 

an opportunity* 
Abertamente, adv, openly, pub* 

licly , evidently , manifestly , 

freely. [spaces. 

Abertas, s. pL blanks, unwritten 
Aberto, a, pp. adj. opened ; set 

open. — frank, smcere. Homem 

de coração aberto^ an ope;i-heart- 

ed man. [of the hold. 

Aber tona, sf.{a sea term) the depth 
Abertura, sf. an opening, aper- 
ture, chínk, gape. — openness of 

heart, frankness. — opportu- 

nity, conjunctore. 
Abesanum or Abesano, sm. 

{med.) a kind of iron oxid. 
Abesantado, a, adj.{heral.) a coat 

of arms adorned with besants. 
Abesantar or Abezantar, va. 

(heral.) to adom with besants. 
Abespiííhadam^te, adv. -w&a- 

pishly, with acrimony, sharp- 

ness. [waspisn. 

Abespinhado, a, pp. angry, 
Abespinhar-se, vr, to be angry 

as a wasp. [wrong. 

Abesso, sm. {anc.) injury or 
Abestim or Abesto. V. Asbesto. 
Abestruz, sm. an ostrich or os- 

tridge. [turkev. 

Abetarda, sf. a bustard, a wild 
Abete or Abeto, sm. a fir-tree or 

deal-tree. 
Ab-etemo, adv. loc. everlasting, 

eternal ; endless. 
Abetumado, a, pp. besmeared 

with bitumen ; (fig.) heavy, sad. 
Abetumar, va. to besmear with 

bitumen; {fig.) to conceal, to 

hide, to disguise. 
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Abhoo or Abhao, adú, loe. eon- 

fusedly, at random. 
Abib. s. abib (the first month of 

the Jewish ecclesiastical year.] 
Abibe, sm. (om.) Upmng (a bird 

of passage). 
Abibliotbecado, a, vp» adj. 

placed, kept in a book^caae, 

a library, [book-case. 

Ablbliothecar, va, to place in a 
Abicado, a, pp. adj, touehed -with 

a beak. 
Abicar, vn. to come in a port, to 

touch the shore. Abicar, va. to 

bring a ship to the ooast. Abi- 

carse, vn. to be in a hurbonr 

with the prow or beak touching 

on the shore. 
Abietato, sm. {chim.) the salt 

formed by combination "wiih the 

acid of the resia of a fir-tree. 
Abiótico, sm. (ehim.) acid of the 

resin of a fir^tree. [fir-tree. 

Abietino, a, adj. relatinff to the 
Abigeato, sm. a robbery of flocks. 
Abildegar, sm. a kind of Ameri- 
can rocket fish. 
Abilhamento, sm. {anc.) attire, 

omament. 
AMlhar, va. to aUire. 
Abllitação, sf. a duty of 15 per 

cent on prizes. [etc. 

Abinba, sf. a Uttle skirt. brim, 
Abtnicio, adv. loc. from the be- 

ginning. 
Ablntestado or Abintestato, 

<uI;.abintestate.i7i^e{eiro— , heir 

of one that dies abintestate. 
Abloto, sm. {bot) name given to 

the hemlocK. [fit. 

Ab irato, adv. loc. in an angry 
Abirquajave, sm. {bot.) the tree 

that bears incense. 
Abirritação, sf. (med.) a want of 

irritation. (a biscuit. 

Abiscoitado, a, pp. adj. made as 
Abiscoitar, va. to bake or make 

like a biscuit. 
Abismado, a, pp. adj, cast into 

an abyss, ingulfed, destroyed ; 

C^:^.) astonisbed. fdeep. 

^/smal, adj. 2 ç. ofahyaa, very 

^A£smsr, Pa. to eaat, to tbrow 

^to an abjrs»; (/Sff ) uy aatonish. 



to surprize, to amaze. Abúrniar- 

«c, vr. to fali into an abyss ; Ulg.) 

to be astonisbed^ surprizea^ ar 

mazed. 
Abismo, sm. an abrss, chasm, an 

unmeasurable g^lf. 
Abisso, sm. {poet.) abyss, hell. 
Abita, s. the bits that ser\*e to 

belay the cable when the ship 

rides at anchor. 
Abitado, a, pp. layed to the bits. 
Abitar, va. [a sea term) to bit, to 

belay with bits. 
Abltas, s. bits. — de molinete, 

carnick bites. 
Abjecção or AbjelçSo, sf. àb- 

jection, abjectness, vileness. 
Abjectamente, adv. abjectly. 
Abjectissimamente, adv. sup, 

very abjectly. [abject. 

Abjectisslmo, adj. sup. the most 
Abjecto, a, adj. abject, low, con- 

temptible. 
Abjudicado, a, pp, adj. dispos- 

sessed legally. 
Abjudicar, va. {law) to dispos- 

sess legally. 
Abjuração, sf. abjuration, re- 

nunciation. 
Abjurado, a, pp. abjured. 
Abjurar, va. to abjure, to re- 

nounce upon oath, to abandon. 
Abjurgar, va» to reprimand, to 

cnide. 
Ablação, sf. the act of taking 

from the body "whatever is hurt- 

ful, the amputation of a limb. 
Ablactação , sf. ablactation , 

weaning. 
Ablactado, a, pp. adj. weaned. 
Ablactar, va. to ablactate, to 

■wean. 
Ablaqueação, sf. ablaqueation. 
Ablaquecer, va. to abíaqueate, 

to lay the roots bare. 
Ablativo, sm. the abl ative case. 
Ablectos, sm.pl. selected Roman 

soldiers. 
Ablegação, sf ablegation (ba- 

nishment). 
Ablegado, a, pp., ablegated, 

banisbed- \ViMi5ksSx. 

Ablegar, «a. to a\Afe^^XA> ^» 
[ Ableltado . a, adj. ^ew^^^. 



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Ablução, êf. ablotion. 
Abluent. adi. abluent(hayiiig the 

pover of cleaning). 
Abluir, va. to vasn. 
Abnegação, sf. abnegation, self- 

denial; {fig.)i renunciation, sa- 
crifico. 
Abnegado, a,pp. adj. renouBced, 

that is forsaken. 
Abnegador, sm. abnegator. '— 

adj. that forsakes, reDounoes. 
Abnegar, va. to abnegate, to 

renouncOf to forsake. 
•Abnepto, sm. a grand*child's 

grand-son. [cerely, truly. 

A' boa fé, adv. loc. honestlj, sin- 
A' boa mente, adv. loc. easily, 

"with a good "will. 
Aboar, va. to divide, to part< 
Abobaúla, sf. a vault, an arch«d 

vault, A—palatina^ {anat.) the 

roof of the mouth. 
Abobadado, a, pp. adj. arched, 

vaulted. 
Abobadar, va. to coTer with a 

vanlt, to vanlt, to arch. 
Abobadllba, sf. plastered ceiling. 
Abobado, a, pp. adj, arched, 

vaulted. 
Abobar, va. to iest. Abolmr-98y 

vr. to make one^s self a jester. 
Abóbora or Abobara, sf* â 

gourd. — d^aguãj pnmpkin. 
Aboborado, a, pp. simmered. 
Aboboralir sm, a place where 

gourds grow. [gently. 

Aboborar, vn. to simnier, to boil 
Aboboreira or Abobreira, sf. 

cncttrbitaceons plant, goTxrd« 
Aboborinha, sf. a small gourds 
Abocado, a, pp. adj. {mil.) that is 

near ef the mouth of a cannoií. 
Abocadiira, sf. an aperture for 

pointing a cannon. 
Abocamento, sm. {anat. arts) the 

junction of tiie orifice of two 

Tessels or tubes; (Jig.) inter- 

viev, conference. 
Abocanhado, a, pp. adj. bhten. 
Abocanhar, vo. to bite, to moxith ; 

{fig^ te censure, to carp. 
Abobar, va. to take to the momih, 

wk (a sea têrm) — o eslreito, to 

•^í» «o aaa thiei^ the Btrait, 



— as peças, to pat the gans in 
the port boles. 

Abooetado, a. adj. circular, 

round, oval, oblon^. 
Abochomado, a, adj. hot. Tempo 

— , very hot weather. 
Abodega, sf. a tavem, a cheap 

eating house. 
A bofe, adv. loc. certainly, truly. 
Abolado, B.tpp. adj. âoated, that 

is floating. 
Abolar, va. to cast into the sea 

a log of wood or barrei to show 

yhere the ancor lies, to buli, to 

float. Aboiar-êêt vn, to come to 

the surface of "Vrater ; {fia.) to bo 

light. 
Aboiz, sm. springe, nook to catch 

birds irith. 
Abolado, a, pp, broised, crushed, 

abolished. [to crush. 

Abolar, va. to bruise, to batter, 
Aboleimado, a, adj. flat. JRosto 

— an hollow or flat facíi. 
Aboletado, a, pp. adj. Çmil.) 

quartered (speakingof soldiers). 
AJDOletamento, sm. {mil.) quar- 

terifig. 
Aboletar, va. to quarter soldiers. 
Abolição ) sf. abolishment, abo* 

litioB. 
Abolido, a, pp. adj. abolished, 

annulled, rescinded. 
AboUmento, sm. abolition (én 

law)y the pardon and fuU dis- 

charge of a crime. 
A bolma, adv. loc. {a sea term) to 

sail close to the vind 
AboliJMir, vn. to go with a side 

wind ; to sail upon a boWline. 
Abolir, va. to abolish, to annul, 

to abrogate, to rescind. 
Abolorecldo, a, pp. adj. monlded, 

mouldy. fhoary. 

Abolorecer, vn. to grow mouldy, 
Abolorio, sm. ancestry, anees- 

tors, forefatiiers. 
Abolsado, a, adj. baving foMs 

or ^aits(a garment). 
Abohunado, a, adj. oveiyVi«á*A 

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Abominação « sf. abomination , 

abominableness, execration. 
Abominado, a, pp, adj. abomi- 

nated. 
Abominador, sm. one that abo- 

minates, or abhors. 
Abominando, a, adj. abomi- 

nable, detestable. 
Abominar, va. to abominate, 

to abhor, to detest. 
Abominável, adj. 2 g. abomi- 

nable, to be abhorred, to detest. 
Abominavelmente, ddv. abomi- 

nably, odiously. 
Abominosamente, adv. abomi- 

nably, jhatefully. [hateful. 

Abominoso, a, adj. abominable, 
Abonação, sf. the act of being 

bound for a bondsman. Y. Aho- 

nador. — esteem, respect for 

another man, or bis merit. 
Abonadamente, adv. with war- 

ranty, with security. 
Abonado, a, pp. adj. bailed 

Homem — , a nch man, a man 

of credit. 
Abonador, sm. guarantee,be'?rho 

is bail for another; he who 

commends, praises another. 
Abonamento, sm. JSxcepção de 

— , allegation of a privileged 

condition that "was exempted by 

law of suffering punishment. 
Abonança, sf. calm, fair veather 

at sea. [quiet. 

Abonançado, a, pp. adj. calm, 
Abonançar, vn. to clear up, to 

grow fair weather, to calm. 
Abonar, va. to be bail for a man 

that is already bail for another ; 

to show, to prove. — carta ao 

jogo, to franchise a card. Abo- 

nar-se, vr. to commend, praise, 

or extol one's self. 
Abono, sm. approbation, credit, 

Sraise, advantage. Fallar em — 
e alguemj to speak to one's 
advantage. [tract. 

Aborbitar, va. to break a con- 
Aborbulhar-se, vr. to grow. or 
to be pimpled. [flow. 

Aborcar or Boroar, vn. to over- 
Abordado, a, pp. adj. boarded, 
that comes near the shore. 



Abordador, sm. (a sea term) 

boarder. 
Abordagem or Abordada, sf. 

the boardin^ of a ship by force. 

— the runnmg foul of snips. 
Abordar, va. to board a ship ; to 

accost one. [accostable. 

Abordável, adj. 2 g. accessible. 
Abordo, adv. loc. V. Bordo. 
Abordo, sm. on board; the act of 

boarding, landing. 
Abordoar, vn. to go leaning on a 

staff. Abordoar-sCf to be leaned 

on a staff. 
Aborígenes, sm. pi. aboríginals, 

the original inhabitants of a 

country. 
Aborletado, a, adj. {bot.) pencil- 

shaped. 
Aborrascado, a, pp. stormy. 
Aborrasoar-se , vr. to gro^ 

stormy. 
Aborrecedor, sm. abhorrer, a 

hater, a despiser. 
Aborrecer, vn. to be abhorred, 

detested, abominated. — va. to 

abhor, to detest, to hate. 
Aborrecer-se, vr. to be angry, 

peevish, cross. 
Aborrecidamente, adv. odious- 
ly, abhorrently. 
Aborrecido, a, pp. adj. abhorred, 

hated, detested. 
Aborrecimento, sm. repugnan- 

cy, hatred, aversion, peevish- 

ness. 
Aborrecivel, adj. 2 g. detestable, 

horrible, dreadful. [ly. 

Aborrecivelmente, adv. odious- 
Aborridamente, adv. sadly, pee- 

vishly. 
Aborrido, a, pp, adj. sad, pee- 
vish, cross, morose. 
Aborrimento, sm. tediousness, 

sadness. 
Aborrir, va. to abhor, to detest. 
Aborrivel, adj. detestable, abo- 
minable, peevish. 
Aborso, V. Aborto. [failed. 

Abortado, a, pp. adj. abortive, 
Abortamento , sm. abortion , 

untimely birth. 
Abortar, va. vn. to miscarry, to 

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time; {fiff.) to fail, to prove abor- 
tive. 

Abortivo, a, adj. abortivo, 
brought forth in an inunature 
State. 

Aborto, sm. albortion, xniscar- 
riage — da natureza, a stupen- 
dous production. 

Abostelar, vn. to raake pimples. 

Abotinado, a, adj. boot-Iike, 
boot-shaped. i^^°Ç* 

AbotoaçSo, sf. the act of bud- 

Abotoadeira, sf. a voman tbat 
makes buttons. 

Abotoado, a, pp. adj. buttoned, 
budded ; close. Ter os olhos — «, 
to act as a blind. 

Abotoador, sm, a button-maker. 

Abotoadura, $f. a set of buttons. 

Abotoar, va. to button, to sew, 
to stitch buttons. — vn. {agric.) 
to bloora, to bud. Abotoar'se, 
vr, to button one's self. 

Abotocado, a, pp. stopped -with 
a bung. [witn a bung. 

Abotooar, va. to bung, to stop 

Ab-ovo, adv. loc, from tbe be^n- 
ning. [for ships. 

Abra, sf. a road, bay, or creak 

Alnaçado, a, pp. adj. that em- 
hrBces. Abraçadores {a sea term), 
spilling Unes. 

Abraçamento, sm. an embracing. 

Abraçar, va. to embrace, to hug, 
to clasp or take about ; to en- 
compass, to encircle, to em- 
brace, to comprebend, to con- 
tain, to include. Abraçar-se^ vr. 
to embrace one another, each 
other. 

Abraço, sm. an embracing, em- 
brace, clipping. — accolckde. 

Abrandado, a, pp. adj. softened. 

Abrandamento, sm. the act of 
softening. 

Abrandar, va. to soften, to mol- 
lifj, to alleviate ; to appease, to 
pacify, to calm. A chuva abran- 
dou o tempo, the weather is 
grown mild after the rain. — 
vn, to fali, to come down. O vento 
abranda, the \nnd falis. Abran- 
dat^, vr. to grow sweet, to re- 
jent, to be appeased. 



Abrandecer, va. to soften, to 
allay, to alleviate. 

Abranger, va. to contain, to 
comprehend, to include. 

Abrangido, a, np. adj. contained, 
comprehended. 

Abrasão, sm. Çsurff. and med.) an 
ulcer ; an irritaition of stomach. 

Abrazadamente> adv. ardentlj, 
-with flame. 

Abrazado, a,pp. adj. on íire, ali 
on íire, burnt. 

A]:n'azador, a, adj. burning, 
scorching, hot. Fogo — , the bur- 
ning iire. 

Abrazamento, sm. great íire, 
conflagration, inflammation. 

Abrazar, va. to consume, to in- 
flame, to burn. — vn. to burn, 
to be extremely hot. — Abrazar- 
se, vr. to take âre, to be infla- 
med (both in proper or figurate 
sense). Trace), burning. 

Abrazeado, a> adj. red-hot (the 

Abrazear^ va. to grov red as a 
live-coal. [horse). 

Abre-boca, s. a sharp bit (for a 

Abrego, sm. {anc.) the-wind south- 
west. [se, 

Abrenbar-se, vr. V. Embrenhar- 

AbrenunciaçSo, sf the act of 
rejecting with contempt. 

Abrenunciar, va. to reject vnih 
contempt. 

Abre-ilhozes, sm. (a sea term) 
an iron instrument used by 
sea-men for opening eyelet- 
holes. fdevil. 

Abrepticio, sm. possessed by the 

Abreviação or Abreviamento, 
sf. an abridgment , the act of 
abridging. 

Abreviadamente, adv. vith ab- 
breviation, compendiousl^. 

Abreviado, a, pp. adj. abndged, 
abbreviated. 

Abreviador , sm, abbreviator , 
abridger. 

Abreviar I va. to abridge, to 
shorten.. Para — , loc. adv^ ta b^ 
shoTt. 

Ahx«v\ata£^ Qt lfctocçr?\»âM;ra.v 
sf. a^i^iTÇiV\a^:vci^i^ tíwytv. V^aa.^ 



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Abridor, sm. sa eneraver. 

Abrigada, sf. sheíter, refuge, 
protection. 

Abrigado, a» pp. adj. sheltered, 
to be free from danger. 

Abrigador, adj. 2 g. sheitering, 
defending, protecting. — *. a 
protector, patron, onethat gives 
a shelter. 

Abrigar, va. to shelter, to de fend, 
to protect. — (a $ea tarm) to be- 
calm, to lock. Abrigar^e, vr. to 
get shelter; {fig.)eUê abrigeu-se 
a mim, he has ned to me for 
shelter. [refuge. 

Abrigo, sm. a shelter, protection, 

Abril, sm, April. [tened. 

Abrilliantado, a. pp. adj, brigh- 

Abrilbantar, va. to brighten, to 
cut iRrith facets (speaking. of 
diamonds). 

Abrimento, sm an opening. 

Abrir, «a. to open, to lay, to set 
or cut o])en; to engrava, to 
etch. — lojOj to set up a shop.— 
o appetite, to excite the appe- 
tite. — o eaminhOy to clear up the 
vray. — mão de^ to desist, to 
leave off. — agua, to spring a 
leak. — vn. to open, to disclose 
itself. Abrir-se, vr. Começa a 
abrir-se o dia, the day begins to 
break. — dos peitos to have a 
shoulder pight (a horse) — a 
boeca, to yawn. — a flor^ to open, 
to blo-w. [a brocade. 

Abrocadado, a, odj. that is like 

Abrochado, a, pp. adj. fastened 
with a dftsp. 

Abrochador, sm. a button-hook ; 
an instrument for clasping. 

Abrochadura, sf. clasping. 

Abrochar, va. to clasp, to fasten 
Ttrith a clasp. 

Abrogação, sf. abrogation, abo- 
lishment, cassation 

Abrogado, a, pp. adj, abrogated, 
annulled. [gates. 

Abrogador, sm. one that abro- 

Abrogar, va to abrogate, to an- 
uul, to àbollàh. 
^x-ocratorio, a, adj. thtX re- 
^£f^/i o^ abroe-ãte8. 
^^^olbado, a, pp. adj\ bndded. 



Abrolhar, tm. to bud, to tíossom, 

to bloom. 
Abrolho, sm. caltrop (A«rò) ; eat 

trops, crow^s feet to anno;^ an 

enemy's horse; — mariwmo , 

great caltrop. 
Abrolhos, sm pi. {a sea term) 

breakers, shelves, pointed rocks 

In the sea. 
Abrolhoso, a, adj. thorny, ha> 

ving caltrops. 
Abrozuseado, a, adj, bronzed. -~ 

pelo sol, sunburnt, taaned hv Ú» 

sun. [with a buckl«r. 

Abroqaelado, a, adj. covered 
Abroqaelar, va. to cover "with a 

buckler. Abroquelar-se, vr, to 

defend one'8 self, to beware 
Abrotal, sm. a place where daíTo- 

dils grow. 
Abrotano, sm. {bot.) abrotiuitim, 

southem-wood. 
Abrotanoide, sm abrotanoides 

(sort of coral). 
Abrotar. V. Brotar. 
Abrotea. sf. dalfodil. Flor de -* 

daffy-down-dilly. 
Abrotonite, s. (ckem.) a "wine 

impregnated ^fith abrotanum. 
Abrunheiro, sm. sloe or bullac** 

tree. [plume. 

Abrunho, sm. sloe, bullaoe, *wild 
Abrupção, sf. {surg) abruptioB, 

rupture, fracture. 
Abrupto or Ab- Abrupto» adv, 

loc. suddenly, bluntly, abruptíy. 
Abruso, sm. (bot) abrus, glycine, 

Angola seed. 
Abrutado, a, adj. blunt, coarse, 

brutish man. 
Abruteoer. V. Embrutecer, 
Abruteoido. V. Embrutecido, 
Abrutela, sf. land newly bro- 

ken up 
Abscesso or Abcesso, sm, abs< 

cess, imposthume. 
Absoisa or Abscissa, sf, (geom.) 

absciss, the part of an axis cut 

oflf by an ordmate. 
Absoisão or Abscisi^o, sf. [surg.) 

sbscission . 
AbBconçaa, .s. (astr ,] Estrellas — ^ 

the atara abscondeà.Va^^^SQXc' 

set time. 



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.AbBconderp va, to abscond». to 

concesJ. 
AbsooncUto, a. V. Escondido. 
Absconsa or Absoonoia, sf, a 

WMt of lantern used in tbe dor- 

mitories of monks. [stone. 

Abssctos, sm. a sort of precioirs 
Absencia, sf. (anc.) V. Ausência 

{med.)^ aberration of mind. 
Absantar, Abse&te. Y. Ausentar^ 

Ausente. 
Abside, 8. (ârcA.) vault, areh, 

nichd. {astr.) apsis. 
Absides, sm. pi, shrínes, reli- 

earies in which the relics of 

saints are kept. 
Absinthado, a, adi. absinthiated. 
Abslnthato, sm. (chem.) salt for- 

med by the composition of the 

absintnian acid. 
Absitijthico, B., adj. absinthian. 
Absintiiina, sf. {chem.) the bitter 

element of absinthíum. 
Absintlilte, sf. (chem.) a 'wine 

impregnated with worm-wood. 
Absintnio, sm. absinthium, worm- 

wood. — (Âg.) grief, sorrow of 

heart. V. Losna. 
Absogro, sm. a grand-father of 

a husband. 
Absolto, a, adj. absolved, dis- 

charged. [ment. 

Absolação, sf. absolving, acquit- 
Absolutamente, adv. absolatelj, 

imperiously, peremptorily. 
Abftolotlavko, sm. an absoluto 

government. 
Absoltit», a, ttdj. absoluto, arbi- 

trary, unlimited, independent , 

imperious, de^otical. 
Absolatovio, a, adj. {in law) ab- 

solutory, pertaining to a dis- 

chaarge. 
Absolver, va. to absolve^ to dis- 

ehaírge, to acquit; to dispense, 

to exempt. 
Absolvição, sf. absolution, dis- 

charge, acquittal, forgiveness. 
Absolvido, a, pp. adj. discharged , 

acquitted, absolved. 
Absolvimento, sm. absolution, 

disicharge, aéquittal, forgive- 

Al)8onOt.Êt, aèlJ,àb9oa<m9f ábsurd •, 



unmusical, dissonant, discor- 
dant. 

Absorber, va. V. Absorver^ etc. 

Absorp^ão, sf. absorption (the 
act of irobi^bing or swallowing). 
— {chem) the abaorptioa of a 
gaseous nuid into a liquid. 

Abaort», a, pp. adj. absorbed, 
swallowod up. — {/ig.) deep in 
thought, ecstatic , raptured. — 
êm extasi», wrapt in ecstacy. 

Absortos, sm. {anc.) ecstacy, rap- 
tuFB, ravishment^ 

Absorvsncia, sf. absorption. 

Ak>aoT79mt»f adj. i g. aosorbent; 
{chem,) absorbent, alkaline. Re- 
media — , an absorbent medicine. 

Absorver, va. to absorb, to sval- 
low up, to drown, to irabibe. Ah- 
sorver-se^ vr. to be absorbed; 
to be in an ecstacy. 

Absorvido, a, pp. adi. absorbed, 
drowned, deep in tnought. 

Absorviznento, sm. absorption; 
ecstacy, rapture. 

Absteimo, Bl, adj. abstemious, a 
perso& vrho has an aversion tò 
wine. 

Abstençilo or Abstena&o, 9f. 
abstention. — de herança, the 
keeping an heir from his inher- 
itance. 

Abster, va. to abstain, to keep 
from. Abster-se^ v. r. to abstain 
from, to refrain from, to keep 
one's self from. [mente. 

Absteramente, adv. V. Anstera- 

Abstergente, adj. 2 g. abster- 
gentr abstersive. 

Absterger, va. to abslerge, to 
cleanse by medicines. 

Abstersão, sf. abstersion. 

Abstersivo, a, adj abstersive, 
abetergent. 

Abstido, a, pp. adi. abstained. 

Abstinência, sf. aostinence, tem- 
perance, sobriety. 

Abstinente, adj. 1 g. abstiaent, 
sober, temperate. 

Abstracção, sf. abstraction, dis- 
tractedness. 



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tracted, absorbed, sunk in me- 

ditation. — sm. an abstract, an 

abridgment. 
Abstrsuiido, a, pp adj. abstract- 

ed. — fictitious, ideal. 
Abstrahir, va. to abstract, to se- 

parate, to lay aside — vn. to 

omit, to neglect. Abstrahirse^ 

vr. to abstracta to separate one's 

self. 
Abstruso, a, adj, abstruse, obs- 

cure, intrincate. 
Absurdamente, adv, absardly, 

senselesslj. [surdeness. 

Absurdidade, sf. absurditj, ab- 
Absurdo, sm. absurdity, foolish- 

ness, nonsense. — aaj, absurd, 

foolish, unreasonable. 
Abuhanes, sm. a bird of Egypt 

reitembling the ibis. 
Abuis, sf. Y. Abois. 
Abullado, a, pp. adj. (anc.) sealed 

"wilh lead seal or a bali. 
AbuUar-se, vr. {anc.) to obtain a 

buli 01- safeguard. 
Abuna, sm. tne patriarch of the 

Abyssinians. It slgnifies our 

fatner. 
Abundado, a, adj. abounded, 

that has something in abun- 

dance. [bonnding. 

Abundância, sf. abundance, a- 
Abundante, adj. 2 g. abundant, 

plenteous, fully, copious. 
Abundantemente, adv. abun- 

dantlv. 
Abundar, va. to abound in, to 

have in great plenty. 
Abundoso, a, adj. Y. Abundante. 
Abunhadio. sm. the obligation of 

an Abunhado. 
Abunbado, sm. (in Portugaese 

índia) he -who is obliged to till 

the lands of the manor 'vhere 

he -was bom. 
Aburacado, a, js|p. adj. pierced, 

with a hole. [holes. 

Aburacar, va. to pierce, to make 
Aburelado, a, aaj. (speaking of 

cloth) coarse, that is of a darkish 

coJour. 
.Aburrado, a, pp, adj. melan- 
- cboJic, peeviah, sad. 
-^Murrar-se, vr, to put on a sour 



countenance, to make one*s self 

sad or melancholic. 
Abusado, a, pp. adj. abused. — 

that believes m superstitions. 
Abusão, sm. superstition. (rAet.) 

Catachresis. 
Abusar, va. to abuse, to misuse, 

to deceive. [improperly. 

Abusivamente, adv. aousively, 
Abusivo, a, adj. abusiVe, offen- 

sive, iraproper. 
Abuso, sm. an abuse, misemploy' 

ment : grievance; error, mis- 

take. 
Abuta, s. box, snuff-box. V. Abita. 
Abutamar, va. {anc.) to conceal, 

to choke. 
Abutardado, V. Abetardado. 
Abutilon, sm. {bot.) abutilon, 

Indian mallow. [P^ey. 

Abutre, sm. vulture, a bird of 
Abutreiro, sm. the hunterof vul- 

tures. [Butua. 

Abutua, s. {bot.) wild-vine. V. 
Abydeno, a, adj. of Abydos, be- 

longing to Abydos. 
Abydo or Abydos, built upon 

an abyss. [Africa). 

Abyla, s. Abyla (a raountain in 
Abyssinio, a, s. and adj. Abys- 

sinian, or belonging to Abys- 

sinia. 
Abysso, sm. abysm, hell. 
A. C. Anno Christi. 
A cá, adv. loc. {anc») Para cá^ de- 
notes the time in which a thing 

had happened. 
Acabaçado, a, adj. having the 

form of a calabasn. 
Aoabadamente, adv, perfectly. 
Acabadiço, a, adj. that ânishes 

quickly. 
Acabado, a, pp. adj. finished, per- 

fect, excellent, accomplished. 

— irapaired, feeble, decayed. 
Acabador, sm. finisher, impro- 

ver. 
Acabamento, sm. the act of â- 

nishing, end, extinction. 
Acabante, adj. 2 g. that finishes 

or perfects. 
Acabar, va. to end. to terminate. 

Acabar-se, w. Xo W fixâ&\x^d.^ V> 

be extVnct, to YkQ o^et. 



ACA 

AMbellado, a, adj. of a safflroned 

blacki3ch colour. 
A cabo, adv. at last, at end. — 

de. near by. [mar. 

Acabraxnado, a, pp. of Acabra- 
Acabraxnar, va. to tie an ox's 

foot to his horn. 
Acabramo, sm. the rope "which 

ties the ox.'s foot to his horn. 
Acabrunhadamente, adv. de- 

jectedly, grievingly. 
Acabrunhado, a, pp. adj. dejec- 

ted, oppressed, overwhelmed. 
Acabrunhar, va. to afflict, to 

Tex, to oppress, to overwhelra. 

Acabrwfiharse^ vr. to afflict, to 

grieve, or disquiet one self. 
Acaburro, s. akind of millet. 
Acacalo, sm. {bot.) acacalis,^wild 

carob. 
Acaçapado, a, pp. adj. squatted, 

that lies close to the ground. 
Acaçapar-se, vr. to co-^rer, to 

stoop do-wn, to squat. 
Acachar, v. Y. Agachar. 
Acachoar, vn. to oubble. 
Acácia, sf. {bot.) acácia, a sort of 

Egyptian tree ; also the medici- 
nal juice of that tree. 
Acacianos, sm.pl. a sect deno- 

minated from their leader Aca- 

cius. [a chair. 

Acadeirar-se, vr. to sit down in 
Academia, sf. academy.— {paint.) 

academy figure, drawing done 

after a model. [cally. 

Aoademiahnente, adv. academi- 
Academiar, va. to vfnte in an 

academical style. [mically. 

Academicamente, adv. acade- 
Académico, a, adj. academicid. 
Academista, sm. academian, a 

student in an academy. 
Acadimento, sm. increase, ad- 

dition. [happen. 

Acaecer, vn. or — m, vr. (anc.) to 
Acaecimento, sm. {anc.) success, 

event, accident. 
Acaíelado, a, pp. adj. vhite- 

washed with lime, plastered. 
Acafelador, sm. plasterer. 
Acafeladura, sf. plasteríng. 
JkGafelar, va. to piaster, to "wasli 
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Acairelado, a, pp. adj. laced. 
Acairelar, va. to lace with a nar- 

row ribbon. [staff. 

Acajadar, va. to bang with a 
Acaju, sm. {bot.) acajou, maho- 

gany. [by chance. 

Acajuso or Galuso, adv. (anc.) 
Acalcado, Acalcar. V. Caícado, 

Calcar. 
Acalcanhado, a, pp. that is 

trodden down at the heels. 
Acalcanhar, va. to wrinkle the 

hinder part of the shoe. 
Acalentado, a, pp. adj. luUed. 
Acalentar, va. to luU, to make 

sleep ; to deceive by fair words. 
Acalmado, a, pp. adj. appeased, 

soothed, calm. 
Acalmar, va. and vn. to appease, 

to relent, to abate, to soften; 

to grow raild. 
Acamado, a, pp. adj. laid (speak- 

ing of com) that is brought 

down. 
Acamar, va. to lay (speaking of 

com). — to tame, to soften a 

savage humour. Acamar-se, vr. 

to be into a bed. 
Acamaradar-se, vr. to take a 

person as a comrade. 
Açambarcar, v. V. Abarcar. 
Acampado, a, pp. adi, encaroped. 
Acampainhado. Y. Campanutado. 
Acampamento , srrt. encamp- 

ment, encamping. 
Acampar, va. and vn. to encamp, 

to be encaroped. Acampar-se^ 

vr. to pitch one's camp. 
Acamuçado, a. V. Acamurçado. 
Acamuçar, va. to dress chameis 

leather. V. Acamurçar. 
Acamurçado, a, pp. adj. of the 

colour of chameis leather. 
Acamurçar, va. to prepare the 

chameis leather. 
Acanaceo, a, adj. {bot.) acana- 

ceous, acanthaceous. 
Acanallado, a, adj. channeled, 

fluted. [fluting. 

Acanalladura, sf. channelín^ 
Acanallax , "oa. VívTtb. >^ \.ci Oa»ssastów> 

to fLxxXe, . 5, . v\v 

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.Acsmaviar, va. to driv« a sbarp 

stick or reed, between the naá& 

and the flesh, a kind of torture. 
Aoancellado, a, adj. {bot.) twis- 

(ed, woven as a trellis. 
Aoanea, sf. an ambling nag. 
Acanellado, a, adi. of a cinnar 

mon colour, âutea as thepillars. 
■Acanellar, va. to dje with. the 

cinnamon. 
Acanhadamente, adv. fearfiillj, 

cowardly, timorously. 
Acanhado, a, adj. bashful, timid ; 

fearful; stingy; choked, over- 

shadowed (speaking of plants) ; 

too narro w (» close (shoes, 

clothes). 
Acanhador, sm. who that makes 

fearful, afraid or timorous. 
Acanhamento, sm, bashfulness, 

cowardice, backwardness. 
Acanhar, va. to intimidate* to 

inspire fear, difâdence. Aea- 

nhar-sCy vr. to grow timorous. 
Acanhonar and Acanhonear. 

V. Canhonear. 
Acanthico, a, adj. pertalning to 

the acanthus. 
Acanthio, sm. {bot.) acantha, 

spine of plants. 
Acantho, sm. {bot) acanthus. 
Acantilado, a, adj. steep « of 

difâcult ascent ' 
Acantoado, a 

comer. 
Aocmtoamento, sm. a place for 

the pasture of the cattie. 
Acantoar, va. to force into a 

comer, (/ig.) to separate, to put 

asunder. Acantoar-sey vr, to put 

one's self into a comer. 
Acantonadas, adj. {heroL) can- 

toned, cantonized. [toned. 

Acantonado, a, pp. adj. can- 
Acantonamento« sm. cantoning, 

cantonment. [cantonea. 

Acantonar, va. to canton, to be 
Acapellado, sl, pp. adj. over- 

whclmed, oppressed. 
Acapellar, va. to oppress^ to 

ovarwhehn. [into chapters. 
^oapJttaado, a, pp. adL díVided 
-AoapitMMlar, va. to divido iato 
captei:». 



mt fmountains). 
L, aàj. forced int 



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Aigyfty s. {nai. kii.) acaram a 

zilian fresh-water fish. 
Acaraia, sf. {nat. his ) acar»-aya, 

a Brazilian íish. 
Aoarão, adv. {anc ) near, just^by, 

over against. [seli a cap. 

Acavapuçar-se, vr. to set one s 
Acarapuco, sm. {nat. his.) aca- 

rapuco, a Brazilian fish. 
Acardnmado, a, pp. adj. accu- 
'mulated, that is joined together 

in shoals. [accumulate. 

Acardiunar-se, vr. to shoal, to 
Acareação or AcareamentOr sf. 

(tn kno.) confrontation, the con- 

fronting of witnesses. 
Acareado, a, pp. adj. confronted. 
Acarear, va. to confront witaes- 

ses. 
Acaricaha or Acaricoha, sf. 

{bot.) acaricaba, a medicinal 

plant of the Brazil. 
Acariciadamente, adv. iritli- c»- 

resses. [ilattered. 

Acariciado, a, pp. adj. caressed, 
Acariciador, adj. 2 g. caressing, 

endearing. [dle, to caresa. 

Acariciar, va. to flatter, to whee^ 
Acaridios, sm. pi. mites, ticks, 

acarus. [fondled. 

Acarinhado, a,pp. adj. caressed. 
Acarinhar-, va. to caress, to 

endear. [caressiag. 

Acaritativo, a, adj endearing. 
Acama, «. (bot.) a sort of garden s 

thistle with íarge yellow flow- 

ers. 
Ácaro, sm. mite, a cheese mite. 
Acaroado, a, adj. {anc.) near« at 

hand. 
Acarom, s. adverbial y/nsufá an- 

(^ently used in the Pbrtix^eae 

seçulchral inscriptions : it si- 

gniáes . in the sight, openJy, 

near. 
Acarrado, a, pp. adj overheated 

by the suo. — adj. dead drnnk. 
Acarrapatado , a, adj. like a 

tick. 
Acarrar, vn. to be overheated by 

the sun. — to be fast asleep. 
Acarrear, va. to bring aUmfç 

'witli one . to c«Ql^«,\a QccaaÀsK&* 
Acarretado, a, pp.adj . wovws^^. 



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.Aoarretador, sm. a carrier, a war 

goner. — por agua^ a barg«man. 
Acarretar, va. to convev in a 

cart. — to carry, to conduct. 
Acarreto, sm. the act €ft con- 

veying. 
Acarvado, a, pp. adj. charg>ed, 

loaded, oppressed. 
Acarvar, va. to burj in the mud. 

Acarvar-ge, vr. to be sunk in 

mud, sand, water. 
Aoascarllhado, a, adJ. a term 

of the hombre, a sort of game 

at cards. [tune, casual^. 

Acaso, sm. chance, hazard, for- 
Acastanhado, a, adj. of a che»- 

nut colour. 
Acastelhanado, a, adj. resem- 

bling to the CastUians. 
A.castellado, a,pp. adj. defended, 

strengthened. Elepkante •<-> , 

elephant bearing a castle. 
Aoaatellar, va. to fortify, to 

strengtben with castles. 
Acaaollado, a, adj as a husk, 

hnsk-shaped. [foUy. 

A.oatadainente , adn. respect- 
Acatado, a, pp. adj. respected, 

rererenced. 
Acatadura, sf. the act of looking 

attentively. 
Acatalectioo, a. adj. (poef.Vaca- 

tidectic, acatalectic verse. 
Acatalepsia, sf. acatalepsy. 
Acataleptioo, a, adj. acataleptte. 
Acatamento, «m.respect, esteem, 

reverence, veneration. -^ 

Acatar, va. to respect, to yene- 

rate, to esteem. 
Acatarrado or Acatarvoado, 

ےdj. ill with a coki. 
Acatasolado, a, adj. of a chan- 

gin^ colour. Seda acatasolada^ 

a kind of shining silk stuíf. 
Acathiflto, sm. a ceremony nsed 

forraerly in the Greek church. 
Acaudeladamente, adv. in or- 

der, in good order, -with a 

leader. 
Acandelado, a, pp. adj. that is 

led or commanded. 
AoandtfJar. va.(anc.) to comman^, 

UJ^a. [aleader. 

^Aoaudilbar-Be, vr. to be led by 



Acauteladamente, adv. prudeot- 

ly, visely, cautiously 
Acauteleido, a, pp. aãj, cautious, 

discreet, wise, prudent. 
Acautelamento, sm. cautious* 

ness. 
Acautelar, va. to caution, to 

provide. Aeautelar-se, vr. to be 

cautions, to guard against. 
AcaTallado, a, pp. adj. tnmed 

among mares (a stallion) 
AcaTaUar, va. to turn a stalHon 

among mares. 
Aoavaíleiradas, adj. pi. {bot.) is 

said of the leaves when they 

are much joined together. 
Açacal, sm. {anc.) a -water-earrier. 

V. Aguadeiro. 
Açacsladamente , adv. neatly, 

politely. 
Açacalado, a, pp. adj. polished, 

clear. [rer. 

Açacalador, sm. a hamess scon- 
Açacaladura, sf. scouring, fur- 

bishing. 
Açacaldr, va. to furbish, to brigh- 

ten. — a espingarda, to scour 

the gun. 
Açacanhão, sm. he that traraples 

under foot. 
Açacanliar, va. {anc.) to tread, 

to stamp upon. 
Aoadachao, sm. the hi^h cofista^ 

ble of the kingdom (m the In> 

dia). [wardrobe. 

Açafata, sf. a lady of the qneen'8 
Açafate, sm. a hand basket. 
Açaírar, vn. to grow diadainfol, 

untractable. 
Açafrão, sm. saffron. 
Açafroa, sf. bastard saffron. 
Açafroado, a, pp. adj. saflíroned, 

of a saffron colour. 
Açafroai, sm. a íieid of saíRroa. 
Açafroar, ta. to dye in saffron 

colour. [ (plant.). 

Açafroadeira, sf. (bot.) saffron 
Açalmamento, sm. {anc. fort.) a 

defence, any work of entrani»- 

ment. 
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Acamar, va. to muzzle. — {fig.) 
to overcome. [monopolize. 

Açambarcar, va. to forestait to 

Acamo, sm. a muzzle. 

Açarilhado, a, adj. {bot.) crossed 
(it is said of the branches of a 
tree). [rustic instniment. 

Accaro, sm. (anc. mus.) a kind of 

Acção, sf. action, deed, work, ope- 
ration; act; gesture; fight, en- 
gagement. — de graças^ thanks- 
giving. — Share in the public 
stocks. [agreeing. 

■ Accedente, adJ. 2 g. acceding. 

Aoceder, va. (m law) to accede, 
to agree. 

Aocedido, a, pp. acceded. 

Acoeitação, Acceitado/Accei- 
tar. V. AceitaçãOy etc. 

Aooeleração , sf. acceleratlon, 
haste. [in haste. 

Aooeleradamente, adv. hastilj, 

Acoelerado, a, pp. adj. accele- 
rated, hastened. 

Accelerador, sm. he that acce- 
lerates. — lanat.) accelerator. 
-— adj, acceleratory, accelera- 
ting. [ting, increasing. 

Accelerante, adj. 2 g. accelera- 

Accelerar, va. to accelerate, to 
hasten. — o passo ^ to mend one's 
pace. Acceterar-se^ vr. to fali 
out into a passion, to;be angry. 

Acoeleratriz, sf. e adj) Força — -, 
accelerating power. 

Acoendedor, sm. . \anc.) kindler, 
lighter. 

Accender, va. to light, to kindie, 
to inflame. — «n to augment, 
to increase Accender-se, vr. to 
be lighted, inflamed. 

Accendido, a, pp. adj. lighted, 
kindled, inflamed. 

Acoendimento, sm. the act of 
setting in flames. {fig^) burning, 
heat. 

Accensão, sf. \rarmth of passion. 
— {chim.) accension. 

Aooenso, sm. {in law) a sort of 
lease . 

JÍooensos, sm.pl. accensi, infe- 

ríor ofâcers attending the Ro- 

man magistrates. 
Aooento, sm. accent, tone, pro- 



nunciation, modulation of the 

voice. — i£ramm.) accent* 
Acoentuaçao, sf. accentuation, 

accent. [accentuated. 

Accentnado, a, adj. accented, 
Accentuar, va. to accent, to 

mark with an accent. 
Accepção, sf. signifícation, sense, 

acceptation, meaning. 
Acoeptação, Acoeptado, etc. Y. 

Aceitação, Aceitado^ etc. 
Aceso, a, pp. irr. oí Acender^ light- 
ed ; vehement, exasperated. 
Aocessão, sf. increase, augmen- 

tation, accession. [nal. 

Acoessional, adj. 2 g. accessio- 
Accessit, sm. {coll.) accessit, the 

next of the best. 
Accessivel, adj. 2 g. accessible, 

approachable. 
Accesso, sm. access, admlttance ; 

fit or paroxysm of disease ; pre- 

ferment, advancement in rank 

or dignity. 
AccesBoriamente, adv. accesso- 

rily, in an accessory manner. 
Accessorio, sm. an accessory, 

addition, appendix. — adi. ac- 
cessory or accessary, aaditio- 

nal, contributing. 
Acoidental, adj. 2 g. casual, acci- 

dental, fortuitous. 
Accidentalmente, ado acciden- 

tally, casually. 
Accidentariamente, adv. by a 

non-essential circumstance. 
Aocidentario, a, adj. accessory, 

aecondary. 
Aocidente, sm accident, casual- 

ty, incident, occurrence. 
Accioca, s. {bot )a Peruvian herb- 
Accionado, a, pp. adj. accom- 

panied vith gestures and ac- 

tions. 
Aocionador, sm. he who accom- 

panies his discourse with ac- 
tion. 
Accionar, va. to gesticulate, to ac- 

company speech with gestures. 
Accionario or Accionista, sm. 

actionary, actionist. 
'Aocipiter, sm. (surg.) a sort of 

bandageíor \YiôNío\«Aaviv\Jafò 
I nose . 



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Aoolamação, sf. acclamation. 
Acclamado, a, pp. adj. pro- 

claimed. 
Acclamador, sm. proclaimer, ac- 

clamator, one -who proclaims. — 

adi. that proclaims. 
Acclamante, adj. 2 g. that ac- 

claims. [acclaim. 

Acclamar, va. to proclaim, to 
Acclixnação, sf. (med.) modinca- 

tion experimented by a change 

of climate. [mated. 

Acclimado, a, pp. adj, accli- 
Acclixnar, va. to inure to a new 

climate. Acclimar-se, vr. to be- 

come inured to a new climate. 
Aoolive, adj. 2 g. acclivous, ac- 

clive. [Acometter. 

Accommetter and derívated. Y. 
Acooxnxnodação, sf. an expla- 

nation, conveniencjr, accommo- 

dation; reconciliation. Accom" 

modações., conveniencies. 
Accomxnodadamente, adv. ac- 

commodately, seasonably. 
Accoxninoâado, a, pp. adj. con- 

venient, fit. 
Accomznodaxnento, sm. settle- 

ment, place: reconciliation. 
Accoxnxnodar, va. to range, to 

order, to accommodate; to fit, 

to provido for. Accommodar-te , 

vr. to be quiet ; to be appeased ; 

to comply, to conform; to lodge; 

to be placed (sneaking of ser- 

vants). [aliegorical senso. 

Accommodaticio, a, adj. {theol.) 
Aocomznodavel, adj. 2 g. that 

may be accommodated, settled. 
Accoxnmodo, a, tidj. {anc.) ât, 

apt, capable. [Acompanhar. 

Accoxnpanhar, and deriv. Y. 
Accorrer, va. to help, to relieve, 

to fly to one in order to assist 

him. Accorrer-se^ vr. to fly to 

shelter. 
Accorrido, a, pp. adj. helped, 

assisted, favoured. 
Accorrixnento, sm. {anc.) help, 

assistance, protection. 
Aocrescentar, Acorescentado. 

V. Acrescentar^ etc. 

AeoumvOaç&o, af. accumulatiou, 
Amass, 



Accumuladaxnente , adv. in 

heaps or piles. 
Accaxnulado, a, pp. adj. accu- 

mulated, heaped up. [tion. 

Aoomnulaxnento, sm. accumula- 
Accuxnular, va. to accumulate, 

to heap np, to amass. Accvmu- 

lar-se, vr. to be accumulated, 

to increase. [mulatively. 

AooiuuulatlTamente, adv. accu- 
Accomulativo, a, adj. accumu- 

lative, additionaí, increasing. 
Accuradamente , adv. accu- 

rately, exactly. 
Aoourado, a, adj. accurate, in 

exact conformity to truth. 
Accnsação sf. and Accusaxnen- 

to, sm. {anc.) accusation , charge, 

indictment, impeachment. 
Accusado, a, pp. adj. accused, 

informed agamst. 
Accusador, a, « an accuser, in- 

former. — adj. accuser, infor- 

mer. 
Accusante, adi. 2 g. accuser, 

that brings a cnarge against. 
Accusar, va. to accuse,to charge, 

to inform against. Acctuar-se, 

vr. to accuse one's self, to con> 

fess. 
Accusativo, sm. (gramm.) the 

accusative case. — adj. accusa- 

tive, censuring, accusing. 
Acousatoriamente, adv. {in lawi) 

accusatively. 
Accusatorlo, a, adj. accusatory. 
Accusavel, adi. 2 a. accusable, 

chargeable, blamaole. 
Acear, va. to adorn, to set off. 
Acedia, sf. indifferency observed 

in several persons after some 

diseases. 
Aceiía, sf. Y. Ceifa. 
Aceiíeiro, sm. Y. Segador. 
Aceiradamente, aav. by hirin^. 
Aceirado, a, pp. adi. hirea; 

steeled. [steel, to steel. 

Aceirar, va. to hire ; to temper 
Aceiro, sm. a piece of land grub- 

bed up. — {anc.\ ate^l, ^^ ^\a«íV. 
Ace\.ta<;f&o , st* «^<i^«^^''»^<^^*'> ^'^* 

Aceitado. V TO. «Ai- ,.^^«^^«^^^ 



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Aceitador, sm. accepterj recei- 

ver. 
Aoeita&te^ adj* 2 g, accepter, 

that accepis. — «m. {eomm?j ac- 

ceptor. 
▲oeitar, va. to accept, to appro- 

ve, to receive. — uma letra de 

cambio^ to accept a biU of 

exchange. 
JLoeitavel, adj. 2 g, acceptáble. 
Aceite, sm. {comm.) aceeptance. 
Aceito, a, pp, adj, accepted, re- 

ceived, approved. 
Aceitosamentet oóm, Y. Insidio- 
samente, [beets. 
Acelgas, sf. pi. (bot.) be«t or 
Acem, sm. v. Assem. 
Acena, s. {bot.) a kind of rosa- 

ceous plant of BraziL 
Acenado, a, pp. nodded. 
Acenar, vn. to nod, to beckon; 

i/ig.) to threaten. [»pray. 

Acendalha, sf. a dry stick or 
Acender, va. to light, to kindle. 

Áecender-sey vr. to catch âre. 
Acendido, a, pp» Y. Aceso. 
Acendimento^ sm, tiie action of 

setting in flames» [purged. 

Acendrado, a, pp. adj. cleansed, 
Acendrar, va. to cleanse, to pu- 

rify, to refine. ^ [nha. 

Acenha, sf. water-mill. Y. Axe- 
Acenheiro, sm. the miller of a 

water-mill. 
Aceno, sm. — com a cabeça^ a nod. 

— com os olhos ^ a wink. 
Acephalia, sf. total absenoe of 

head. [Acephalites. 

Acephalismo, sm. the sect of 
Acephalitas, sm. pi. Acephalites, 

heretics. 
Acephalo, a, adj. acephalous. 
Acephalocardia, sf {anat.) state 

of a foetus having neither head 

nor heart. 
Aoephalochiria. sf, {anat.) state 

ef a fostus having neither head 

nor hands. 
Aoephalomia , sf. {anat.) state 

of^a fcetus having a monstrous 

Iieaà. 
^cepIíalopocUa, sf. (anat,) state 
fr A footua witAout head and 



Acephalorachia. sf. (anat.) state 

of a foetus witnout head and 

vertebral coluran. 
Acephalostomia, sf. {anat.) state 

of a foetus having not an appa- 

rent head or raouth. 
Acephalostralgia, sf. {anat.) ab- 

sence of the head, thorax and 

superior part of the venter. 
AoH>halot]ioraGhia, sf. {onaL) 

absence of the head and bireast. 
Aoepilhado, a, pp. adj. planed, 

made smooth. 
Aoepilbador, sm. one that smoo- 

tbes, planes ^th a comice 

plaae. 
Aoepilhadura , sf. the act of 

smoothing or polishing "orith the 

cómica plane. — «, sf, pi, sha- 

yings of wood. [plane. 

Acepilhar, va. to smootn, to 
Acéquia, sf. a sort of vali, a ca- 
nal to convej water to mills. 
Acerado, a, pp. adj, sUely, 

steeled ; {fig.) sharp, smart. 
Acerar, va. to steel, to temper 

iron. 
Acerbamente , adv. coughljr, 

sharply, rigorously. 
Acerbo, a, adj. acerb^ unripe, 

sharp ; {fip,) bitter, painful* 
Acerca, aS). near, about; nearly, 

next after ; touching, concern- 

ing. [near. 

Acercado, a, op.ac2/. s^proached, 
Acercar, va. {anc.) to surround, 

to enclose. Acercar-sSy wr, to 

draw near. [lowred. 

Acerejado, a, pp. adj. cheny-co- 
Acerejar, va. to burnish, to give 

the cherry colour to any thing. 
Acerrimamente, adv, pertioa- 

ciously, obstinately. 
Acérrimo, a, adj. sup. very sour, 

▼ery tart, (fig.) violont, obsti- 

nate. [])rudently. 

Acertadamente, adv. right, weU, 
Acertado, a, pp. adj. equitable, 

right, proper, vise. 
Acertador, sm. he vho does a 

thing ia time. 
Acertiar, va. to uícIl, to do In 

time. — vn. to \ÚX vi^Qí&^tA ^^> 

right. 



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^oerto or Acertamoito, am. 

reason, wisdotn ; good lack. 
Acervo, sm. a heap. 
Acesamente, acív. notly, flercdy, 

"with fervour. 
Acescente , adj. 2 g. acescent ; 

slightly soar. [hement. 

Aceso, a, adj. lighted, eskger, ve- 
Aoesor, sm. Y. Assessor. 
Aoesoado, adi. Y. Sazonado. 
Ac6soar, va. V. Sazonar. 
Acetabularios, sm. pi. (hist.) 

name used by thâ Romans for 

designing jagglers. 
Acetsu>ulo, sm. {anat.) a large 

oavity in a boné, acetabuhixa. 
Acetado, a, adj. (chim.) acetated. 
Acetato, sm. acetate. 
Acético, a, adj. (chim.) acetic. 

Acido — , acetic acid. 
Acetificação, sf. acetlfícatioiL. 
Acetifisar, va. to acetify, to con- 

vert into acid. 
Acetomel, sm. {pharm.) oxjmel, a 

kind of potion. 
Acetometro, sm. acetontéter. 
Acetoso, a, adj. acetona, sour. 
Acevadado^a, Dp.ad/. nourished, 

satiated with barley. 
Aoevadar, va. to make fat; to 

noarish with barley. 
Achacadlço, a, adj. sickly. ralè- 

tudinary. [letudinarj. 

Achacado, a, pp. adj. sickly, ya- 
Achacar, va. and n. to ^ow siek; 

(^.) to trouble, to distorb. 
Achacoso, a, adj. sickly, valetu- 

dinary. 
Achada, sf. the act of catching 

one in the fact; the act of 

finding. 
Achadego, sm. a reward for flnd* 

ing any thing lost. 
Acnadiço, a, adj. obvious, easy 

to be found. 
Achado, a, pp. adj. foiínd, con* 

trived, discoverèd. 
Achador, s. m. a finder. 
Achadora, sf. a woman vho 

finds out any thing. 

Afdiadoiiro, sm. the place "vrhere 

sometbing was foand, 

^obamJboadamente, adu. roíuth- 
2jr, ccurs&fy, rodaljr. ^ 



Achaxnboado, a, adj. dali, home- 

ly, awkward. 
Acnsunboar - se , vr. to gtow 

rough, coarse. 
Achamento, «m, a finding. 
Aohanado, a, pp. adj. leyelled, 

íiatted; (jig.) easy. [flat. 

AchanaT; va. to levei , to lay 
Achantado, a, pp. nailed. 
Achantar, va. [anc.) to nail, to 

fasten with nails. 
Achaparrado, a, adj. stunted. 
Achaque, sm. indisposition, iU- 

ness. 
A(^ar, sm. any sort of pickled 

roots, herbs or fruits. 
Achar, va. to ând, to meet with, 

to tíiink, to imagine. Achar-se, 

vn. to find one's self. — mal, to 

be ill. Ac?iou-se ser aquillo ver- 
dade, that was found to be txne. 

Achar-se presente, to be j)re8ent. 
Acharão, sm. (anc.) Chma var- 

nish. 
Aoharoado, a, j?p. japanned, var- 

nished like japan work. 
Aoharoar, va. to japan, to vai- 

nish like a japan work. 
Achatado, a, pp. adj. ilattened, 

made flat. [tening. 

Achatadura, sf. the act of flat- 
Achatar, va, to flatten, to flat. 

Achatar-se, vr. to be flattened. 
Achavascado, a, adj. roxight 

unpolished, rude, clownish. 
Ache, sm. a childish word for a 

little scratch. [help, aid. 

Aohega, sf. addition, increase; 
Achegadamente, adv. nearly. 
Achegado, a, pp. adj. near, 

neighbouring. 
Achegador, sm. {anc.) collector. 
Achegaxueaato, sm. proximity. 
Acfaeganças, sf. pi. appartenan- 

ces. 
Achegar, oo. and n. Y. Chegar, 
Achegar-se, vr. to approach; to 

seek help, assistance^ protec- 

tion. 
Acheronte, sm. kc^^xoxi.. 
AchieTOiitiQO^ «k> ad.j. ^«tHaòasM^ 

to A^cheton. j y- ^ 

AokieniSQL.sf. kcYieTxi^v*.^ %.^í«2 



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AohiaT sf. the confected Indian 

cane. [to drv up. 

Aohicar, va. {a sea term.) to drain, 
Achilleia, sf. Achillsea, an island 

in the Euxine. 
Actdlles, sm. Achilles. Tendão 

de — {anat.)y tendon of Achilles. 
Achixn, sm. a kind of bettel, ín- 
dia pepper. [blind-nettle. 
Aohixnne, s. (bot.) scrophularia, 
Achinado, a, tiaj. resembling 

to the Chinese. 
Achincalhar, va. to scoff, to 

mock. V. Chacotear. [pered. 
Aohinellado, a, pp. adj. slip- 
Achinellar, va. to put on shoes 

down at the heel like slippers. 
Achioti, s. {bot.) achiolte ; urucu, 

a dnig from America. 
Achirologia, sf. -words "wilhout 

deeds. 
Aohooalhado, a, adj. (heral.) in 

heraldry is said of an animal 

having a bell of a difierent ena- 

mel. [of Egypt. 

Aohoava, sf. achoava, camomile 
Aohores, s. pi. achores (running 

ulcer on the face). [tic. 

Aohroxnatico, a, tidj. achroma- 
Achromatisar, va. {opt.) to desti- 

tute of colour. [cally. 

Aohronicaxnente, adv. achroni- 
Aohronico, a, adj. {astr.) achro- 

nical. [ofweights. 

Achtographia, sf. a description 
Aohtographo, sm. one that de- 

scribes weights. 
Achtoxnetro, sm, Achtometer; 

instrument invented to know 

the -weight of the burdens in 

carts, etc. [lour of lead. 

Achuxnbado, a, adj of the co- 
Aoicate, sm. spurs which have a 

long broad point sticking out 

instead of rowels. 
Aoioular, adj. 2 g. acicular. 
Aoiculiforme, adj. 2 g. in the 

shape of a needle. [tion. 

Acidação, sf. {ekem.) acidifica- 
Acidar, va. (chem.) to acidify. 
Acidez, sf. acidity, acidness. 
Acídia, Sf. laziness, idleness. 
Aoldifero, a, adj, {chem,) acidif»- 

roua. 



Acidlficaçfto, sf. acidi/ication. 
Acidificado, a, adj. {chem."! acidi- 

iied. [acidifying. 

Acidificante, adj. 2 g. {chem.) 
Acidificar, va. {chem.) to acidify, 

to make sour. 
Acidimetrla, sf. acidimetry. 
Acidlxnetro, sm. acidimeter. 
Acidioso, a, adj. lazy, indolent. 
Acido, sm. acid. — , a, adj» acid, 

sour, having the taste of vine- 

gar. 
Acidrado, a, adj. citron-colour. 
Acidulado, a, pp. adj. acidulated. 
Acidular , va. to acidulate , to 

make acid. [ral 'waters. 

Acidulas, sf.pl. acidulse, mine- 
Acidulo, a, aaj. acidulous. 
Acie, s. sharpness, acuteness. 
Aciesia, sf. {med.) sterility. 
Acima, €idv. above, over-head; 

{fig.) beyond. 
Acimar, va. {anc.) to íinish, to 

conclude. 
Aclnace, sm. {anc.) acinaces, a 

Persian cimeter. 
Aclnaoifolio. a, adj. {bot.) having 

acinaciform leaves. 
Aclnaria, sf. {bot.) acinaria. 
Aciniíonne, adj. ig. aciniform, 

having the form of grapes. 
Aolno, sm. acinus (grape). 
Aoinoso, a, adj. acinous or aci- 

Dose. [adv. purposoly. 

Acinte, sm. spite, malice. JPor — , 
Aclntemente , adv. purposely, 

maliciously. 
Acintoso, a. adj. spiteful, male- 

volent, maíicious. 
Aolntro, sm. wormwood. Y.Losna^ 

Absynthio. 
Acipipe, sm. daint^, delicacy. 
Acipipeiro, a, adj. dainty, nice, 

delicace. 
Acipreste, sm. V. Cypreste. 
Aoirandar, va. Y. Cirandar. 
Aoirologia, sf. acyrology, an im- 

propriety oi speech. 
Adtara, sf. {anc.) a carpet, a 

curtain. [tron-colour. 

Acitrinado, a, adi. cider or ci- 
Adaração, sf. cfearing, clear- 

ness. 
Aolaradamonta, adv, clearly. 



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Aclarado, a, pp. adj. cleared, 

clear. Ter a praça aclaraday to 

receive a soldier^s pay. 
Adaramento , sm. the act of 

clearing. 
Aclarar, vn, to clear, to become 

clear. Aclarar-se^ ur. to inq^uire 

into a business. [priest. 

Aderizar • se , vr. to become 
Aclixnado, a, pp. adj. acclimated. 
Aclimar, va. to inare to a new 

climate. 
Aolinico, a, adj. a name given 

to a new invented opera glass. 
Aco, adv. {anc.) here, in this place. 
AcoaUiar, va. V. Coalhar. 
Aooar and derivated. Y. Coar. 
Acobardadamente, grfp.coward* 

ly, basely. 
Acobardado, a, pp. adj. dishear- 

tened, discoura^ed, shameful, 

fearfal. [discouragement. 

Acobardamentb, sm. cowardice, 
Acobardar, va. to discourage, 

to dishearten. Acobardar^e^ vr, 

to despond, to be afraid. 
Acobertado, a, pp. adj. harnes- 

sed, accoutred. [ness. 

Acobertar, va. to cover, to har- 
Acoçar, v. and derivated. V. Acos- 
sar, [squat. 
Acochado, a, pp. adj. croucned, 
Acoohar, va. to press, to weigh 

do^m. Acochar-se, vr. to cower, 

to lie squat. 
Acocorado, a, pr. adj. crouched. 
Acocoramento, sm. squatting. 
Aoooorar-se, vr. to cower, to sit 

squat. [dir. 

Aoodlr, V. and derivated. Y. Acu- 
Acolmado, a, pp. adj. mulcted, 

pumahed. 
Aooiíiiador, sm. he who con- 

demns to pay a íine. 
Aooimamento, sm. flne, mulct. 
Acoimar, va. to mulct, to fine. 

Aarimar-se. vr. to accuse one*s 

self: 
Acoitar, v. Y. Acoutar, 
Aoola, adv. there, yonder. 
Aooldboado, a, adj. wadded, 

qpiltod. — «. a quilted cloth. 

dor, sm. one that qwlts, 
r, va. to wad, to quilt 1 



Aooleijos, sm. phaselion, herb 

colombine. 
Acoletado, a, adj. having the 

form of a waistcoat. 
Acolbedor, sm. protector, har- 

bourer, welcomer. 
Acolheita, sf. a retiring place, 

asylum, refute. 
Acolheito, adj. sheltered, recei> 

ved, welcomed. [come. 

Acolbença, sf. reception, wel- 
Acolher, va. to receive. to enter- 

tain, to shelter. Acolherse^ vr, 

to fly to a place for shelter. 
Acolhida, sf. shelter, refuge. 
Acolhido, sm. a refuge. — , a, 

adj. received, sheltered. 
Acolhimento , sm. reception , 

welcome ; refuge, shelter. 
Acolytado, sm. one of the lower 

orders in the Roman church. 
Acol3rto or Acolitado, sm. an 

acolythe, an acolothíst. 
Acomas, s. a great tree of Ame- 
rica, [gressor, assailant. 
Acommettedor, sm. and adj, ag- 
Acommetter, va. to attack. 
Aconunettido, a, adj. attacked. 
Acommettimento, sm. aggrea- 

sioD, attack. 
Acommettivel , adj. 2 g. that 

may be attacked. 
Acommunar-se, vr. to get into 

partnership with one. 
Acompadrado, a, pp. adj. of 

one mind, familiarized. 
Acompadrar, va. to familiarize 

extremely. 
Acompanhadeira, sf. a woman 

that accompanies. 
Acompsmhado, a, pp. adj. ac- 

companied. 
Acompanhador, a, s. he or sho 

that accompanies. 
Aconij^anhamento, sm. accom- 

Sanying; train, retinue, atten- 
ance, accompaniment. 
Acompanhante, adj. 2 g. that 

accompanies. 
Acompanhar, va. to accompany, 
to foUow, to sort, to match. 
Acompanhar-se, vr. to be accom- 
panied, to accompany oiiea a^u. 
on the harp, etc 



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Aoomplelçoado or Aoomplei- 

cionado, adj. endo-wed with a 

good or ill complexion ; consti- 

tuted. Wong, to elongate. 

Aoomprldar-se , vr. to become 
Acondicionadaxnente, adv. ac- 

cording to the condition cr 

State, kept safely. 
Acondicionado, pp.adj. endowed 

"with certain conditions. Fazenda 

bem acondicionada, a marketable 

good. 
Acondicionar , va. to endow 

with certain conditions ; to pack 

goods. [cionado. 

Acondiçoado. a, adJ. V. Acondir 
Aconfeitado, a, adj. having the 

form of confits. 
Aconíeitar, va. V. Confeitar. 
Aoonhecer, V7i. [anc.) to know. 
Aconhecimento , sm. Y. Reco- 
nhecimento. 
Aconito,5r72. -wolfs-bane, xnonkV 

hood, aconite. 
Aoonselhadamentef adv. advi- 

sedly, purposely. 
Aconselhado, a, pp. adj. ad-vi- 

sed ; prudent, wise. 
Aconselhador, sm. adviser. 
Aoonselhadora , sf. a woman 

that advises. 
Aconselhar, va. to advise, to 

give advke, to counsel. . Aeon- 

selhar-se, vr. to consult. 
Acontecedeiro, a, adj. that may 

happen easily. 
Acontecer, vn. to happen, to be- 

fall, to chance. 
Acontecido, a, pp. aãj» hap- 

pened. — sm. event, succegs. 
Acontecimento, sm. event, is- 

sue, success. [vages. 

Acontiado , sm. he who takes 
Acontiador, sm. he yrho rated 

the income of every one. 
Aoontiamento, sm. estimation, 

ratting of the incomes of every 

one. [incomes. 

Acontiar. va. (anc.) to rate the 
Aoontioao, adj. that may be 
còarg-ed with the duty of ha- 
yJng^ a borse and arms. 
K0ope, s, precious stone. « — a 
reiaedjr a^ainat lassitude. 



Acordaçâo, sf. Y. Acoirdo. 
Acordadamente, adv. advisedly, 

with jndgment. {mus.) harmo-^ 

niously. 
Acordado, a, pp. adj. awaked. 
Acordamento, sm. awakening. 
Acórdão, sm. [in law) ludgment, 4 

decree or sentence 01 a court. m 
Acordar, va. to awake one out 

of his sleep : to determine, to 

resolve. Acordar-se, vr. to re» 

member, to call, to mind, to 

agree. — vn. to awake, to raise 

from sleep; to resolve. 
Acorde, adj. 2 g. harmonious, mu- 

sical. [ly, softly. 

Acordemente, adv. harmónicas- 
Acordo j sm. resolution, decree 

or sentence of a court of justi- 
ce; mind, opinion; sense, wit; 
Eresence of mind; agreement« 
armony of colours. 
Acordoado, a, pp. adj. fumished 

"with ropes. 
Acordoar, va. [a sea term) to fúr- 

nish a ship with ropes. 
Açore or Acero, sm. calamus 

aromaticus, sweet-rush, sweet- 

cane. 
AcoreS) s. pi. {a sea term.) stan- 

chions, props for a ship. 
Aoorl, sm. name given to the bine 

coral. ftite. 

Acoria, sf. (med.) a canine appe- 
Acomado, a, âdj. having the 

form of a hom. 
Aoomar,va. to pnnch with horns. 
Aooroçoado, a, pp. adj. hesort- 

ened, animated. 
Aooroçoar, va. to hearten, to en- 

courage. 
Acorrentado, a, j3|p. adj. chained. 
Acorrentar, va. to chain, to im- 

prison with a chain. «^ 

Acorrilhado, a, pp. adj. put or 

forced into a comer. 
Acorrilhar, va. to force into a 

comer. 

to a ^Vu^cXek oi t^x^^l. T«tt«áa 
— , a tooi '«NJiJsi. icwx iw:.»^. 



■■ 



ACO 



-ts- 



AÇO 



Acossado, a, pp. adj. persecu- 
ted ; vexed. [menter. 

AcoBsador, sm. provoker, tor- 

Acossamento , sm. the act of 
persecuting, tormenting, etc. 

Aoossar, va. to pursue, to Tex, to 
persecute. Acossar-se^ w. to 
trace one ; to go near one. 

Acostadamente, adv. in the man- 
ner of leaning upon. 

Acostado, a, pp. adj. protected, 
sheltered. [support, help. 

Acostamento , sm. protection , 

Acostar, va. to lean against, to 
set upon; to come near the 
coast. AcostúT-se^ vr. to rest, to 

Ífo to bed. — o alguém , to fol- 
ow one's advice. 
Aoostnxnadamente, adv. hábi- 

tuíjlly, customarily. 
Acostizniado» a, pj?. adj. aecosto- 

med, customary. [use. 

Acostumar, va. to accustom, to 
Acote, adv. every dav. Trazer um 

vestido — , to weax tne same suit 

every day. 
Acotiar, va. to nse daflj. 
Aooticado, a, adj. [heral.) ador- 

ned "with cotices. 
Acotonado, a, adj. that is co- 

vered with cotton. 
Acotovelado, a,j7p. adj. elbongf 

ed, hnnched. [bo\r. 

Acotovelar, va. to hnnch, to el- 
Acotyledone, sm. {bot.) acotyle- 

don. ftyledonous. 

Acotyledoneo, a, adj. {bot.) aco- 
Aoouceado, a, pp. adj, bmised, 

kicked. [ner. 

Acouceador, sm. kicker, spur- 
Acoaceamento, sm.^ the act of 

kicking. rby kicklng'. 

Acoaoear, va. to kick, to bruiae 
Aoontado, a, pp. adj. sheltered. 
Acoutador, sm. shelterer. 
Acoutamento, sm. censure, an- 

notation, note. 
Acoutar, va. to sèeJter, to pro- 

tect. Aeoutar-se, vr. to fly to a 
plãce for sbelter. 

^Tf^f' ?*^' ^J' discour- 



Acovardar, va. to disconrage, 

to dishearten. 
Aço, sm. Steel. Fivellas de acOf 

steel-lmckles. De aço^ tte^. 

Dar aço ao ferro, to steel. Ter 

eara de aço, to put on a brazen 

face. 
Açodadamente, adv. hastily. 
Açodado, a, pp. adj. hurriea» ra- 

pid, rash. [hurry. 

Açodamento, sm. over-hastiness, 
Açodar, va. to hurry, to hasten. 

Acodar-se, vr. to hurry one*s 

self. 
Açoetro, sm. a falconer. 
Açoíar, sm. brass. 
Açofeixa, sf. the fruit called ja- 

jube. 
Açofeifeira, sf. jujube-tree. 
Açomada, sf. irritation. Y. Asso- 
mada, [mado, etc. 
Açomado, a, pp. adj' V. Asso- 
Açor, sm. great hawk, falcon. 
Acerado, a, pp. adj. greedy, an- 

gry. 
Açorar, va. to inspire an anxiotts 

desire. Açorar-se, vr. to be 

anxious after something. 
Açorda, sf. food made of cmmba 

or bread, oil, and garlic boiled 

together. 
Açorenha, sf. bird of prey, of the 

D&vfk species. 
Açores, sm. pi. the Azores or 

Azorian islands. 
Açotea, sf. terrace. V. Sotea. 
Açougagem, sf. old duty paid in 

the market for sellin^ meat, etc. 
Açougsuria, sf. bawhng, noise; 

tumult. 
Açougue, «m. 8hambles,butcher's 

shop, market; {fig.) butchery, 

slaughter. 
Açoutadlço, a, adi. and s. one 

who deserves to be whipçed. 
Açoutado, a, pp. adj. -^x^v^^, 

l AçoutadoT,8m.-«\v\^^^^.^?^gg^- 
I tofiiap. 



ACR — 14 — 

Açoute, sm. a vhip-cord, lash. 
Acqoirido, pp. adj. acquired. 

V. Adquirir^ etc. 
Acquirir, va. to acquire, to pur- 

cnase. [chase. 

Aoquisição, sf. acquisition, pur- 
Acravado, a, adi. nailed; sunk, 

immersed. V. Cravado. 
Acnravar, va. to nail, to stick 

into ; to immerse. V. Cravar. 
Acre, adj. 2 g. tart, sour ; sharp, 

acerb. 
Acreditado, a, pp, adj. credible, 

having credit. 
Acreditador, sm. one bound for 

another. V. Abonador. 
Acreditar, va. to give authority, 

to believe, to credit. Acreditar- 

se, vr. to get into credit. 
Acredor, sm. a creditor. — adj. 

(fig.) worthv, desérving. 
Acredora, sf. a female creditor. 
Acremente, adv. acrimoniouslj'. 
Acremento, sm. [anc.) increase, 

addition. 
Acrescentadaxnente, adv. with 

increase, augmentation. 
Acrescentado, a, pp. adj. in- 

creased, augmented. 
Aorescentador, sm. increaser, 

enlarger. 
Acrescentamento, sm. augmen- 
tation, increase. 
Acrescentar, va. to increase, to 

augment, to improve. Acrescen- 

tar-sCj vr. to be increased, im- 

proved. 
Acrescer, vn. to accrue, to grow 

out, to augment. 
Acrescido, a, pp. adj. augmented, 

increased. As acrescidas, sf. pi. 

the additional costs at law. Os 

—Sy sm. pi. alluvial lands. 
Acréscimo, sm. addition, in- 
crease. 
Acretopoto, adj. that drinks a 

puré wine. 
Acridez, sf. V. Acrimoniaj sf. 

acrimony, sharpness. 

Jkarimonia, sf. Aoritude, sf. 

acrimony. fnious, bitter. 

f^^onioBo, a, adj. acrimo- 

ffT^^do, a, adj. reâned. 

-^^isoiar, va. to áne or refine 



ACT 



metais ; (fig.) to purify, to per- 

fect. 
Acrítico, a, adi. that is not crltic. 
Acro, adj. m. orittle (iron), that 

breaks easilj. 
Acroatlco, a, adj. acroatic. 
Acroaticos, s. pi. m. acroatics 

(Aristotle's lectures on philoso- 

. phy). 

Acrobata, sm. acrobate, rope- 

dancer. [hairy. 

Acrocomo, a, adj. long-haired*, 
Acrolitho, a, adj. Estatuas — o^, 

"wooden statues with stony ex- 

tremities. 
Acrologla, sf. acrology, investi- 

gation of the fírst principies. 
Acrologlco, a, adj. acrologic. 
Acromania, sf. incurable mad- 

ness. 
Acronlcamente or Acroâico. 

V. Achronicamenfe, etc. 
Acróstico, sm. acrostic. 
Acroterios, «m.p/. or Acroterias, 

acroters, pedestais supporting 

statues at the top of a írontal. 
Acrotlsmo, sm. {med.) total de- 

ficiency of pulse. [rolls. 

Actas, sf.pl. journals, records, 
Actinoozoario, sm. {nat. hist.) a 

radiated animal. [quickíy. 

Activamente , adv. actively , 
Activar, va. to hasten, to press. 
Actividade, sf activity, active- 

ness, quickness. 
Activo, a, adv. active. 
Acto, sm. deed, operation, act. — 

(theatre) act. Actos, a pultlic 

examination in the Úniversity. 
Actor, sm. actor, player. 
Actriz, sf. actress. 
Actuação, sf. actuation ; the act of 

coUecting papers. [in action. 
Actuado, a, pp. adj. actuated, put 
Actual, adj. 2 g. actual, that is 

actual, or in act, real. 
Actualidade, sf. actuality. 
Actualmente , adv. actually , 

really, in fact : now. 
Actuar, va. to actuate, to impei. 

V. Autuar. Actuar-sc, tt. t« be 

actuated or \>to\ig\iX.\Tv\o «^-cíCv^veu 
ActuosamenXe. od». ^ç.^iw^«^» 

with acúon. 



ACU 



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ADA 



Actuosidade, sf. activity, live- 

liness. 
Actuoso, a, adj. active, busy. 
Acuado, a, pp. adj. driven Into a 

comer. 
Acuar, va. to compel, to drive 

into a comer. 
Acubertado. pp.adj. caparisoned. 
Acubertar, va. to caparison. 
Aoubitorio, sm. [antiquity) a Ro- 

man dining-room. 
Acudia, sf. {nat. hist.) acudia, 

pyrolampis. 
Acudido, a. pv. adj. that has 

aided, assistea. 
Acudir, vn. and a. to hasten, to 

come to the call in assistance 

or help : to aid, to help : to flock 

to. Acudir-se, vr. to have re- 

course to. [over-measure. 

Acuguladaxuente , adv. with 
Acugulado, 9i,pp. adj. over-fiUed. 
Acugulador, sm. he that over- 

mis. 

Acuguladura, sf. over-fllling. 
Acugular, va. to over-âll. 
Acuxne, s. a sharp point; {fig.) 

subtility. [pointed. 

Acuminado, a, pp. adj. sharp- 
Acuminar, va. to make sharp; 

to set in the top. 
Acumular, va. Acumulado. V. Ac- 

cumular^ etc. [nhar. 

Acunhar, va. Acunhado. V. Cu- 
Acupunctura. sf. acupuncture. 
Acuradamente, adv. Y.Accura- 

damente. 
Acurralar, va. Y. Encurralar. 
Acurrimento, sm.{anc.) recourse, 

remedy. 
Aourtado, pp. V. Encurtado. 
Acurvado, a, pp. adj. incurvated, 

cppressed- 
Acurvaxnento, sm. curvity ; {fig.) 

humbleness. 
Acurvar, va. to bov, to crook. — 

vn. to bend, to g;rov crooked; 

to base one^s self. Âcuroar-se^ 



w. to gxow crooked. 
(■peaking of a horse). 



o gro 
Aoorvtmado, a, pp. adj. bended 



AouTiUiar, vn. to bend, to bov 
aown, tá kneel, 
Acaamêtro, sm. iiutmmeiít for 

íràaTB L 



measuring the extension of the 
hearing sense. 

Acústica, sf. acoustícs. 

Acústico, a, adj. acoustic. 

Acuta, s. pantometer, holometer. 

Acutangular, adj. i g. {qeom.) 
acutangular, acute-angled. 

Acutangulo, adj. igeom.) acute- 
angled. Triangulo — , acute- 
angled triangle. 

Acutenaculo, sm. {surg.) the han- 
dle of a needle K>r sewing 
wounds. 

Acutioomio, a, adj. {zool.) ani- 
mais having snarp - pointed 
horns. 

AcuUlado, a, pp. adj. slashed. 

Acutilador, sm. he that slashes. 

Acutilar, va. to slash, to cut, to 
strike vith the edge of a 
sword, etc. Acutilar-se^ vr. to 
slash, to cut from one sidc to 
another. 

Acutipennado, a, adj. {nat. hist.) 
bird that has a tail ending in a 
sharp point. 

Açúcar or Assucar, sm. sugar. 
— candi, sugar caudy. 

Açucarado or Assucarado, a, 
pp. adj. sueared, sweet; (fig.) 
affable, kinu. Palavras assuca- 
radas ^ sugar ed words. 

Açucarar or Assucarar, va. to 
sugar, to sveeten with sugar. 

Açucareiro or Assucareiro, sm. 
a sugar-basin, sugar-box. 

Açucate, sm. Y. Acicate. 

Açucena or Assucena, sf. lily ; 
{poet.) whiteness. 

Açude, sm. a wall with a scarp 
to strenghten a mill-dam. 

Açulado, a, pp. adj. set on 
biting. 

Açulador , sm. a setter on of dogs. 

Açulamento, sm. the act of set- 
ting dogs. 

Açular, va. to halloo, to set 
dogs. 

Açumagre, sm. Y. Sumagre. 

Açumar, va. Y. Assumor. 

AdlSja! sf. d?.^^w, «.iíaB^«^^'«^* 



\ 



ADD 



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ADE 



Adagiai, adj. 2 g. belonging to 

adages, proverbial. 
Adagio, sm. adage, proverb. — 

adv. {mus.) slowly. 
Adail, sm. lead er, guide. [dale. 
Adala, s . {a sea term) the pump 
Adalor, sm. {a sea term) term used 

for designing the west-wind cr 

south-west-wind. 
Adaxnado, sm. an efTeminated 

man. — adj. effeminated, wo- 

manish. 
Adamanes, sm. pi. a Moorish 

kettle-drura. 
Adamantino, a, adj. adaman- 

tine; {fíg.) adamantean.hard. 
Adamar-se, vr. to be beauish, 

foppish. [masked. 

Adamascado, a, pp. adj. da- 
Adamascar. va. to damask, to 

damasken. 
Adamico, adj. concerningÂdam. 
Adamitasor Adamianos, sm. pi. 

Adamites. [tion. 

Adaptação, sf. adaptation, adap- 
Adaptadamente , adv, easiW, 

with fitness. [fft. 

Adaptado, a, pp. adj. adapted, 
Adaptar, va. to adapt, to apply. 
Adaptável, adj. 2 g. adaptaole, 

suitable. 
Adar, sm. adar (hebrew month). 
Adarga, sf. a short square tar^et. 
Adargado, a, adj. armed witti a 

target. 
Adargar, va. to cover vith a tar- 
get; fig.) to protect. 
Adargueiro, sm. soldier armed 

wíth a target. [an ounce. 

Adarme, sm. the eighth part of 
Adarvado, a, pp. adj. {anc.) 

walled. 
Adarvar, va. {anc.) to wall, to in- 

close with walls. 
Adarve, sm. the flat top of the 

"wall of a fortress. 
Addeja or Andeja, adj. V. An- 

dejo. Jdensed. 

Addensado, a, pp. adj. con- 

Addensar, va. to condense. 

JLddição, sf. addition. 

^adicionado, a, pp. adj. added. 

-^^^pionador, sm. ie thatmakes 



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Addicional, adj. 2 g. additional, 
Addioionar, vá. to add, to make 

an addition. 
Addioto, a, pp. adi. addicted, 
Addido, a, pp. aaj. joined. — â 

legação ingteza, attached to the 

British legation. 
Addir, va. to add, to join. 
Additámento, sm. addition, aug- 

mentation, increase. 
Additar, va. to make additions. 
Addito, sm. augmentation ; an 

adjutant. 
Adducção, sf. {anat.) addaction. 
Adducido, a, pp. of Adducir, 

va. V. Adduzir. 
Adductivo, a> adj. adductive. 
Adductor^ sm. {anat.) adductor. 
Adduzido, a, pp. adj. adduced, 
Adduzir^ va. to adduce, to bring 

forward. 
Adeante, adv. Y. Adiante. 
Adebaixo, adv. Y. Debaixo. 
Adega, sf. cellar. [ler. 

Adegueiro, sm. cellar-raan, but- 
Adejar, va. toflutter the wings, to 

fly. 

Adela, sf. a woman 'who sells or 

cries old clothes for sale. 
Adeleve, adv. loc. lightly, super- 

ficially. 
Adelgaçadamente, adv. slightlv. 
Adelgaçado, a, pp. adj. mude 

thin or small. 
Adelgaçador, sm. one^homakes 

things sraall. 
Adelgaçamento, sm. lessening, 

diminution. 
Adelgaçar, va. to make thin» 

small, slender. 
Adelo, sm. havker, broker. 
Adem, sf. a duck. O macho da 

adem, a drake. 
AdemSes or Ademanes, sm. pi. 

motions, gestures of the hanas, 

head, etc., to express senti- 

ments. 
Adenalgia, sf. (med.) adenalgy. 
Adenologia, sf. adenology. 
AdentAo, a, pp. adj. adenoid, 

glandRorm. 
Adensado^ a> pp. adj. condeu- 

sated. 



ADE 



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ADI 



Aâentado,a, pp. adj. {henUd.) 

toothed. [teeth. 

Alentar, va. to teeth ; to cat the 
▲dentro, adv. within doors, at 

home. [bye, farewell. 

Adeos or Adeus, adv. adieti, good- 
Adepto, sm. adeçt. 
Adepucha, interj. hey-day l ty ! 
Adequação, ísf. adequacy. 
Adequadamente, adv, ade- 

qaately, positively. 
Adequado, a, pp. adj. adeqoate, 

categorical, positive. 
Adequar, va. to adeqnate, to 

adapt. [adomed. 

Adereçado, a, pp. adj. dressed, 
Adereçamento, sm. the act of 

adorning. 
Adereçar, va. to adorn, to set off, 

to trim up ; to attire. — to di- 

rect, to address. 
Adereço, sm. ornament, dress, 

attire. — de diamantes^ a set of 

diamonds. — address. 
Aderença, sf. Aderençado, a, 

pp. adj. V. Adherencia and deri- 

vated. [ing a horse. 

Aderenço, sm. the act of instruct- 
Aderlças, sf.pl. (aseai«rm)geaT8^ 

haliards. — da verga grande^ the 

xnain gear» etc. 
Adernado, a,pp. adj. Tety small, 

little. [down. 

Ademar, vn. to lower, to pull 
Aderno, sm. a small stake to keep 

the vines from breakiiig nith 

the weight of the firait. 
Adieahoras or Adebora, adv. 

beyond the hour, very late. 
Adestradamente, aao. dexte- 

rously, with dexterity. 
Adestrado, a, pp. adj. mstructeá, 

trained up. Cavallo — , an har- 

nessed horse. [structs. 

Adestrador, sm. one that in- 
Adestramento, sm. the act and 

efiect of instructing. 
Adestrar, va. toinstruct, toteach. 
Adestro, adj. dexterous. CwouUo 

— , a horse that is led nithoat a 

rider. {dWine. 

Adeusar or Adeosar, oa. to make 
^^•▼inJia, êf, divlneress, for- 

tnne-teUer. 



AdevinTiarflo, tf. divination. 
Adevinhaaor or Adevinho, «m. 

conjuror, forfone-teller. 
Adevinhar, vn. to divine, to pro- 

gnosticate, to foretell, to gness 

right : to have foreknowledge, 

foresight : to apprehend. 
Adextrar, va. V. Adestrar. 
Adgenerado, a, pp. adj. that gpt 

augmentatioD by nutrition. 
Adgenerar, va. to generate. 
Adherencia, sf. adherency, adhe- 

rence; {fig.) protection, patro- 

nage. 
Adherente, sm. a partisàn, fa- 

vourer of a party. — adj. 2 g, 

adherent, adhering; stickinç^. 
Adberir, vn. to adhere, to ratify ; 

to stick to. [rency. 

Adliesão , sf. adhesion , adhe- 
Adliesivo , a , adj. adheslve ; 

sticky, tenacions. 
Adhortar, va. {anc.) to exhort, to 

admonishi [íixed, settled. 

Adiado, a, pp. adj. appointed, 
Adiamantado, a, adj. adaman- 

tean. (jouroment. 

Adiamento, sm. citation, ad- 
Adiantadamente , adv. pre- 

yiously, with anticipation. 
Adiantado, a, adj. advanced, 

forwarded. 
Adiantamento, sm. aagmenta- 

tion, improvement. 
Adiantar, va. to hasten, to for- 

ward, to advance. Adiantar 'se^ 

vr. to advance one'8 self. 
Adiante, ado. before. Mais adUm- 

te, farther. 
Adianto, sm. {bot.) adiantum. 
Adiaphoro, a, adj. adiaphorous, 

neutral. 
Adiar, vn. to fix, a certain day, 

to summon, to adjourn. Adiar-se, 

vr. to be âxed a certain day» to 

adjoom. 
Adibe, sm. jackal. 
Adição, sf. (m law) the acceptanco 

of an inheritance. T. Adaiçíío. 
Adido, a, pp. adj. received^ aÂ- 

mitted. \> ^\jt\^N. íiss*^ 

Adie\as > «a. \» V^«^ íi. -çct^tío. v* 
AAIlkbAVt«jaLO,«.^ oAi. Tvtíti> xaar. 






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28 — 



ADO 



Adiposo, a, adj. adipons, fat. 

Adipsia, sf. {med.) vr&nt of açpe- 
tite for liquids. [receive. 

Adir, va, {in law) to accept, to 

Aditado, a, pp. adj. prospered , 
happy. 

Aditar, va. to make happy. 

Adito , sm. adit, entry. V. En- 
trada. [Adevinha, etc. 

Adivinha, sf. and derivated. V. 

Adjacência, sf. adjacency. 

Adjacente, adj. 2 g. adjacent. 

Adjecção, sf. adjection, addition. 

Adjectivado, a, adj. employed 
as an adjective. [ly. 

Adjectivaniente,ad!v. adjective- 

Adjectivar, va. to make use of 
a substantive instead of an 
adjective ; to conform one's self 
to something. 

Adjectivo, a, adj. adjective. 

Adjecto, a; adj. adiected. 

Adjudicação, sf. adjudication. 

Adjudicadamente , adv. vrith 
adjudication. [cated. 

Adjudicado, a, pp. adj. adjudi- 

Adjudicar, va. to adjudicate. 
Adjudicar-se, vn. and r. to as- 
sume, to arrogate. 

Adjudicatório, a, adj. that adju- 
dicates. 

Adjuncção, sf. adjunction. 

Adjuntar, va. and derivated. V. 
Ajuntar. 

Adjunto, a, €uij. adjunct, ad- 

Í'oined. — , sm. companion, fel- 
ow, partner. 

Adjuração, sf. adjuration. 

Adjurado, a, pp. adj. adjured. 

Adjurar, va. to adjure, to con- 
jure. 

Adjutor, sm. adjutor, helper. 

Adjutorio, sm. help; a priesVs 
accolyte. 

Adjuvante, adj. 2 g. adjuvant. 

Adjuvar, va. to help. V. Ajudar, 

Ad libitum, adv. loc. ad libitum, 
as you will. 

Adminiculante, adj. 2 g. adju- 
torjr, adminicular. [cular. 

Adnunioular, adi. 2 g. admini- 

AdmJnJculo, sm. ielp, aid. 
A-dmínJstração, sf. ad/ninistra- 

tiOD, direction. 



Administrado, a, pp. adj. admi- 

nistrated. 
Administrador, sm. an admi- 

nistrator. [nistratrix. 

Administradora, sf. an admi- 
Administrante , adj. 2 g. -who 

administers. 
Administrar, va. to administer, 

to administrate. 
Administrativo, a, adj. admi- 

nistrative. [bleness. 

Admirabilidade , sf. admira- 
Admiração, sf. admiration. 
Admirado, a, pp. adj. admired, 

astonished. 
Admirador, sm. admirer. 
Admiradora, sf. a female ad- 
mirer. 
Admirante, adj. 2 g. admiring. 
Admirar, va. to surprise, to 

astonish, to admire. Aamirar-se^ 

vr. to wonder, to be surprised. 
Admirativo, a, adj. surprising, 

amazing. 
Admirável, adj. 2 g. admirable^ 

wonderful; rare. 
Admiravelmente, adv, admi- 

rably, vonderfully. [nia. 

Admiromania, «/l admiring ma- 
Admissão, sf. admission. 
Admissível, adj. 2 g. admissible, 

allowable. 
Admittido, a, pp. adj. admitted. 
Admlttir, va. to admit. 
Admoestação, sf, admonition, 

advice. [nisher. 

Admoestador, sm. an admo- 
Admoestamento, sm. admonish- 

ment. freprimand. 

Admoestar, va. to admonish, to 
Admonitor, sm. admonitor. 
Admonitório, a, adj. admoni- 

tory. 
Adnato, adj. {bot.) adnate. 
Adnominação, sf. Y. Parano- 

masia. 
Adnotação, sf. annotation, re- 

mark. V. Annotação. 
Adnotar, va. and derivated. V. 

Annotar. 
Adoba, sf., or Adobe, sm. a kind 

of brick hardened in the sun. 
Adoçado, a> pp. adj. %^Q«VAii«âk> 
\ soUened. 



ADO 



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act of 



ADR 



Adoçamento, sm. the 

8'weetening. 
Adoçante, adj. 2 g. sweetening. 
Adoçar, va. to sweeten; {Aq.) 

to mitigate, to alliviate. Àao- 

çar^se^ vr. to grow sweet cr 

mild. 
Adocicado, a, jg)p. 0(2;. sweetened. 
Adooicar, va. to sTxreeten. 
Adoecer, va. to make sick. — , vn. 

to fali sick. 
Adoecido, a, pp. adj. fallen sick. 
Adoecimento, sm. the act of 

falling sick. 
Adoentado, a, pp. adj. sick, 

suffering. 
Adoentar, va. to make sick. 
Adoestado, a. pp. adj'. repre- 

hended, accused. 
Adoestar, va. to accuse, to re- 

prehend. 
Adolescência, sf. adolescency. 
Adolescente , s. and adj. 2 g. & 

young man, a joung woman. 
Adolescer, vn. to grow, to be- 

come an adolescent. 
Adonai,5m. Jehovah, God (among 

Arabs and Hebrews). 
Adonde, adv. V. Aonde, Onde. 
Adonico or Adonio, adj. adonic. 
Adonida, sf. {bot.) a kind of ra- 

nunculus. 
Adónis, sm. Adónis ; {fig.) an 

effeminated man. — {bot.) aaonis 

or eranthemum. 
Adoorado, a, adj. {anc.) fuU of 

pain,.sick. 
Adopção, sf, adoption ; choice. 
Adoptação, sf. Y. Adopção. 
Adoptado, a, pp. adj. adopted. 
Adoptante, s. and adj. 2 g. 

adopter, he who adopts. 
Adoptar, va. to adopt. 
Adoptivo, a, adj. adoptivo. 
Adoração, sf. adoration, woiv 

ship. 
Adorado, a, pp. adj. adored. 
Adorador, sm. and adj. adorer, 

that adores. 
Adorando, a, adj. adorable. 
Adorante, adj. 2 g. that adores, 

adorer. 
Adorar, va. to adore, to "worship, 
to esteem gre&tiy. 



Adorável, adj. 2 g. adorable. 
Adormecedcr, sm. and adj. that 

causes sleep. 
Adormecer, va. to luU to sleep ; 

to amuse. — , vn. to fali asleep, 

to slumber. Adormecer-se, vr. to 

fali asleep ; {fig.) to neglect. 
Adormecido, a, pp. ítcQ. lulled 

asleep. [drowsiness. 

Adormecimento, sm. sleepiness. 
Adormentado, a, adj. benumbed. 

V. Adormecido. 
Adormentador , sm, he who 

lulls to sleep. 
Adormentar, va. to lull asleep; 

to enchant. O vinho adormenta 

os cuidados, wine drowns care. 

Adormentar- se, vr. to grow 

numb ; to neglect. {eido. 

Adormido, a, adj. Y. Adorme- 
Adornadamente, adv. elegant- 

ly, with ornament. 
Adornado, a, pp. adj. adorned. 
Adornar, va. to adorn, to grace, 

to attire. Adornar -se, vr. to 

adorn one's self. 
Adorno, sm. ornament, attire. 
Adoudada, sf. a rash woman. 
Adoudado, a, pp. adj. foolish» 

fool. — , sm. a rash man. 
Adondar, va. and n. to make 

fool; to grow mad. 
Adoza, sf. [bot.) a kind of musky 

herb. [quires. 

Adquirente, adj. 2 g. that ac- 
Adquirição, sf. acquirement. Y. 

Adquisição. [gained. 

Adquirido, a, pp. adj. acquired, 
Adquiridor, aãj. that acquires. 

— , sm. an acquirer. 
Adquirimento, sm. acquirement. 
Adquirir, va, to acquire; to 

purchase. 
Adquiritivo, a, adj. having the 

power of acquiring. 
Adquirivel, adj. 2 g. acc[airable. 
Adquisição, sf. acquisition. 
Adrachne, sm. adrachne (kind of 

arbustus). 
Adrede, adv. purposely. 
Adregar, va. V. Aderqar, 
Adriático^ sm. mx^ aà.^ .Kíoíek K^\»«» 

Adrif^a, sf . \iíkíÀa.T^. 



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Adriçar, va. {a sea term) to kang 

tip the Doat of a ship. 
Adro, sm, a church-;^ard. 
▲âscripticio, a, adj. neyrly ag^ 

Segated into any society. 
cripto, a, adj. newly en- 

roUed or aggregated.^ 
Adspirar, va. and derivated. Y. 

Aspirar. [ness of taste. 

AdfiiricçSo, sf. astríction, sharp- 
Adstrictivo, a, adj. astrictive, 

astrictory. 
Adstricto, a, adj. astricted 

hned.) stopped, shut uç. 
Aostringencjla, sf. astmageticy. 
Adstringente, adj. 2 g. astrin- 

gent, astrictive. [up. 

Adstringir, va. to bind, to shut 
Adstringttivo or Adstrlnglvo, 

V. Adstringente. 
Ada, adv. -where, whither. 
Adua, sf. {anc.) people Tnrhose 

duty was to repair the valia, 

castles, etc. — a flox of oxen. 
Aduana, sf. the custom-hotise. Y. 

Alfaiidega. 
Aduanado, a, j?p. adj. that pays 

the custom-house dnty. 
Aduanar, va. to make an entry 

of goods in the custom-house. 
Aduaneiro, sm. custom-house 

ofíicer. [village. 

Aduar, sm. Moorísh camp or 
Adubado, a, adj. spiced. 
Adubador, sm. he who seasons 

tTith spices. 
Adubar, va. to season meat. — 

o couro^ to dress leather. — as 

terras^ to manure. — navios ^ to 

repair ships. 
AdUbiado, a, pp. adj. repaired. 
Adubiar, va. to repair, to mend. 
Adubio, sm. repairing, mending. 

— de vinhas, culture of vines. 
Adubo, sm. spices, aromatical 

drugs. 
Aduanado, a, jpp. adj. {a sea term) 

coiled (speaking of eables). 
Aduchar, va. {a sea term) to coil a 

cable. 
Aduchas, sf. pi. (a sea ferm) the 

turnÍDgs of a csíble when it is 

coUed. fflexible. 

^aucido, a, ^, adj. malleable, 



Aducir, va. to make the g^ld 

flexible. 
Aduelro, sm. a herdsmaB. 
Aduela, sf. a staff. — 5, staves to 

make casks, pipea. — {flrch.) 

the inward face of the stones 

of the arch under its chapiter. 
Adula, sf. shutter, a lattice; a 

flood-gate. 
Adufado, a, pp. adj. íuruished 

with lattices, etc. [tabour. 

Adufe, sm. a timbrei» sort of 
Adufeiro, sm. tabourer. 
Adulação, sf. adulation, flattery. 
Adulado, a, pp. adj. âattered. 
Adulador, a, odj. that âatt«rs. 

— , s. adulator. natterer. 
Adular, va. to Aatter. 
Adularia, sf. adularia (mineral). 
Adulatoriamente , adv. \ritii 

flattery or adulation. 
Adulatorio, a, adj. adulatory» 
Adulteração, sf. aduHeration, 

contamination. 
Adultera, sf. an adulteress. 
Adulter ad amente, adv. adulte- 

ratively. [adulterated. 

Adulterado, a, adj. adultered, 
Adulterador, adj. and sm. ene 

who adulterates. 
Adulterar, va. to adulterate» to 

adulter; to corrupt. Adulterar- 

se, vr. (fig.) to corrupt, to decay. 
Adulterino, a, oc^.adulterine. 
Adultério, sm. adultery. 
Adulterioso, a, adj. adulterioua; 

ifig.) falsified. 
Adultero, a, adj. adulteroua; 

(fig.) counterfeited. 
Adulteroso, a, adj. adolterous. 
Adulto, a, adj. adult. 
Adumbrar, va. to adumbrate, to 

shadow out. 
Adunado, a, pp. adj. united, 

assembled. 
Adunar, va. to gather, to unite. 
Adunco, a. adj. hooked, crookod. 
Adunia, adv. on every side. 
Adur, adv. scarcely, hardly. 
Adurente, adj. ig. {med.) biim- 

ing. 
Adussia, sf the place below the 

steeps of tVie high altar. 



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AdoBtivo, a. aãj, that bnrns. V. 

Ádurente. tburnt 

AdustO} a, adj. adust, adnsted ; 
Aduzir, va. and derivated. Y. 

Adduzir. [strangfer. 

Advena, sm. a foreigner, a 
Adventiciaxnente, adv. adven- 

titiously. accidentally. 
Adventício, a, adj. aayentitious. 
Advento, sm, advent. 
Adverbiado, a, adj. nsed like 

an adverb. 
Adverbial, adj. 2 g. (gtwn.) be- 

longing to an adverb. 
Adverbíalmente , adv. adver- 

bially. 
Adverbio, sm. adverb. 
Adversamente, adv. unfortu- 

nately. [sition. 

Adversão, sf. adveneness, oppo- 
Adversar, va. to adverse, to 

oppose. fsary, antagonist. 

Adversário, adj. and s. adver- 
Adversativo, a, adj. adversa- 

tive. 
Adversidade, sf. adversity. 
Adverso, a, adj. adverse. 
Advertência, sf. an advertise- 

ment, a vraming : attention. 
Advertidamente, adv. conside- 

rateljr. [advised. 

Advertido, a, pp. adj. wamed, 
Advertimento, sm. Y. Advet^ 

tenda. 
Advertir, va. to advertise, to 

wam. Advertir^e^ vr. to mind, 

to consider. 
Advocação, sf. invocation. 
Advocacia, sf. advocateship. 
Advocar or Avocar, va, to call 

for, to send for. 
Advocatnra, sf. shelter. 
Advogac^a, sf. advocateship. Y. 

Advocacia. 
Advogada, sf. she wbo takes 

cara of the interest of anotlier ; 

advocatess ; a mediatrix. 
Advogado, 5m. advocate. [te. 
Advogar, va. to plead, to adroca- 
Advogarla, sf. {anc.) advocation. 
AdTxutmla, sf. {meã.) atony, de- 

biHty. [trescent, patrid. 

Aãynamico. a, adj. [mea,\ pu- 
'Aayto,sm. aàytam. 



A eito, adv. toe. Y. Eito. 
Aereamente, adv. with aa aeti&l 

manner. 
Aéreo, a, adj. aeríal ; vain. 
Aerifero, a, adj. that bean the 

air. Conducto — , {anat.) trachea. 
Aerifioação, sf. aerifícation. 
Aeriíorm, adj. 2 g. aeritbrm. 
A^rizar, va. to aerate, to aerify. 
Aerod3rnamica, «/. [phys.) aero- 

dynamy. [graphy. 

Aerograpbia. sf. [phys.) aero- 
Aerolitbe, sm, aeroíite. 
Aerologia, sf. [phys. and med.) 

aerology. 
Aeromanoia, sf. aeromancy. 
Aeromantico, a, adj. belongisg 
. to the art of aeromancy. 
Aerometria, sf. {phys.) aero- 

metry. [meter. 

Aerometro , sm. [phys.) aero* 
Aeronauta, sm. aeronaut. 
Aeronáutica, sf. [phys.) aero- 

nantics. 
Acnroflcopia, sf. aeroscopy. 
Aerostação, sf. aerostation. 
Aerostatico, a, adj. aerostatic. 
Aerostatica, sf. aerostation, 
Aerostato, 5m. air-balloon. 
Aesmo, adv. Y. Esmo. 
Aethetica, sf [phil.) the tiíeory 

of sensations. 
Aetites or Etites, sf. aetites, 

eagle-stone. 
Aíacugadamente, adv, with ftr 

tigue. 
Afadlgado, a, pp. adj. fatigned, 

tired. [tigoes. 

Afadlgador, sm. he that fa- 
Afadigar, va. to tire, to fatigue ; 

{fig.) to affiict, to vex. Afaài- 

gar-se, vr. to -work very hard. 
Afadigoso, a, adj. that causes 

fatigue. [flattered. 

Afagado, a, pp. adj. caresaed, 
Afagador, sm. he vrho caresses, 

flatterer; 
Afagar, va to caress, to flatter. 

— um cavallo^ to stroke a horse. 
Afago or Afagamento, sm. car 

resses. 
AlagvLQiixo , «L^ adj . ^^\.\«tva.^. 



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Afaimar, va. to starve. 
▲famadamente, adv. celebrious- 

ly. [novrned. 

Afamado, a, pp. adj. famous, re- 
Afaxnador, am. he that speaks 

in praise of another. 
Afamar, va. to exalt the good 

qualities of another. 
Afanado, a, pp. adj. weary, tired. 
Afanar, va. to earn, to search 

any thing vrith g^eat anxiety. 

— , vn. to grow tired. 
Afanohonado, a, adj. libidinous. 
Afano or Aísin, sm. {anc.) toil, 

trouble. 
Afanoso, a, adj. painful, toilsome. 
Afastado, a, pp. adj. remote. 
Afastador, sm. he that removes. 
Afastar, va. to remove, to drive 

away. Afastar-se^ vr. to go away, 

to go from. 
Afatiado, adj. cut in slices. 
Afassendado, a, adj. rich, weal- 

thy. [wealthy. 

Afazendar-se , vr. to become 
A fé, adv. loc. truly, indeed. — de 

quem ftou, upon my faith. 
Afecção, Afectação, Afectado, 

Afectar, Afecto, Afectuosa- 
mente, Afectuoso, Afeição, 

Afeiçoado, Afeiçoar and aeri- 

vatea. Look for these words 

under Xff. [ugly manner. 

Afeiadamente , adv. with an 
Afeiado, a, pp. adj. disâgured, 

made ugly. 
Afeiar, va. to disfigure : to disho- 

nour, to stain. — a reputação 

de alguém, to blemish some one's 

reputation. 
Afeiçoar, va. to shape, to fashion. 
Afeitação, sf. Y. Enfeite and de- 

rivated. [and derivated. 

Afeitado, pp. adj. V. Enfeitado 
Afelio or Apheíio, adj. {astr.) 

higher, superior. 
Afelleado, a, pp. adj. tempered 

with galí. 

Afellear, va. to temper wiih. gall. 

Afeminação, sf. enemination. 

Af eminadamente , adv. effemi- 

nateJjr, [naXe, womanlike. 

Cominado, a, pp. adj. eflfenii- 

-^^eminar, va, to elfeminate, to 



AFF 



eraasculate. Afeminar^se, vr. to 
xqake one's self eífeminatc. 

Aferesis or Aferese, sf. {gram.) 
aphseresis; {surg.) amputation. 

Aferição, sf. the marking any 
measure or weight by the stan- 
dard. 

Aferido, a, pp. adj. stamped -with 
a public mark. 

Aferidor, sm. an offícer whose 
business is to adjust the mea- 
sures and -weights by the king^s 
standard. [mark. 

Aferir, va. to stamp ^ith public 

Afermentar, va. and derivated. 
V. Fermentar. 

Afermoseado, a, pp. adj. made 
fíner, handsome. [adorn. 

Afermosear, va. to embellish, to 

Aferradamente , adv. obsti- 
nately. 

Aferrado, a, pp. adj. grappled; 
ifig.) obstinate, fixed. 

Aferramento, sm. the act of 
grappling. 

Aferrar, va. to grapple — um 
naviOy to grapple a snip. Afer- 
rar-se, vr. to hold or stick fast. 

Aferretoado, a, pp. adj. stung or 

J)ricked. [or stings. 

erretoador. sm. he that pricks 

Aferretoar, va. to prick or sting. 

Aferro, sm. attachment ; tenacity. 

Aferrolhado, a, pp. adj. bolted, 
imprisoned. [bolt. 

Aferrolhar, va. to imprison, to 

Aferventado, a, pp. aaj. fervent, 
active. 

Aferventar, va. to parboil ; ijig.) 
to make haste. Aferventar-se, vr. 
to incite one's self. ffervour. 

Afervoradamente , aao. with 

Afervorado, a, pp. adj. hurried, 
hastened. 

Afervorar, va. to excite, to sti- 
mulate. Afervorar-se^ vr. to in- 
flame one's self with fervour. 

Affahilidade, sf aífability. 

Affabilissimo, a, adj. sup. extre- 
mely affable. [courteous. 

Affavel, adj. 2 g. affable, civil, 

Affavelmente , adv. affably , 

kmdW. 
1 Altec<}ao, sf. ft£^c\ioii. 



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Aífectação, sf. affectatlon. 
Aff ectadaxuente, adv. aã'ectedly. 
Affeotado, a, pp. adj. affected, 

formal. [aífects. 

Affectante, adj. 2 g. [anc.) that 
Affectar, va. to aifect, to make a 

pretended showof soraethÍDg,to 

desire, to aspire to, to please. 

AffectarsCy vr. to be affected. 
Aifeotivamente, adv. affection- 

ately. 
Affeotlvo, a, adj, affective; 

Oned.) that aíffects. 
Anecto, sm. affection. 
Afíectuoaamente, adv. affection- 

ately. 
Aífectuoso, a, adj. aífectionate, 

affectuous. 
Affeiçoar, va. to feel affection for 

one, to íove, to like, to move, 

to aSect. Affeiçoar-se^ vr. to ap- 

plv one's self to a thing : to 

take a liking to a person. 
Aifeitação, sm. {anc.) ornament, 

attire. 
Affeltadamente, adv. politely, 

vith ornament. 
Affeitado, a, pp. adj. attired, 

adorned. Y. Enfeitado and deri- 

vated. [ured. 

Aff eito, a, adj. accustomed, in- 
Afferrado, a, pp. adj. Y. Aferado 

and derivated. 
Afficar, va. to insist. Y. Affincar 

and derivated. [tion. 

Aífiliação, af. affíliatión, adop- 
Af filiado, a. pp. adj. affiliated. 
Affiliar, va. to affiliate, to adopt. 

Affiliar-sCy vr. to get affiliated. 
Affiin, sm. or f. a kinsman or kins- 

woman properly by marriage. 
Affinoadamente , adv. opinia- 

tively, earnestly. 
Affincado, a, jm. adj. nailed; 

vehement, resoluta. 
Aifinoamento, sm. the act of 

nailing; tenacity. 
Affinoar, va. to nail, to insist, to 

pursue obstinately. Affincar-se^ 

vr. to be bent on a pursuit, the 

act of insisting. 
Aífinoo, sm. great attachment, 

atttbbornneas. 
Afttnidad e, sf. afânity. 



Affirzuação, sf. afârmation. 
Affirmadamente , adv. reso- 

lutely. 
Af firmado, a, pp. adj. afiirmed. 
Affirxuador, sm. affirmer. 
Affirmamento. sm. afârmation. 
Affirmante, sm. (in the schools) 

he who maintains the afârma- 

tive.- 
Afflrmar, va. to affírm, to assert 

positively. Af/irmar-se, vr. to 

De confirmed. 
Affirmativa, sf afíirmative. 
AffirmaUvamente , adv. affir- 

matively. 
Affirmativo, a, adj. affírmative. 
AffiXRção, sf. fixation. 
Affixado, a, pp. adj, posted up, 

afíixed. 
Affixar» va. to fix, to post up bills. 
Affixo, a, €ulj. {gramm.) arfix. 
Af fiado, a, adj. blown, puffed. 
Afflar, va. to biow, to puff. 
Afflicção, sf. affliction, trouble. 
AffUctivamente, adv. afflic- 

tingly. 
Afflictivo, a, adj. afâictive, 

painful. 
Amioto, a, pp. adi. afâict, dis- 

tressed.— , s. an amicted man or 

woman. [tingly. 

Affligidaxnente , adv. afnic- 
Affligido, a, pp. adj. afâicted. 
Affligidor, adj. that afâicts, 

grieves. — , s. he or she that 

afflicts. 
Affligixnento, sm. Y. Afflicção. 
Affligir, va. to afflict, to vex. 

Affugir-se^ vr. to grieve, to be 

amicted. 
Affluenoia, sf. afâuence, abun- 

dance ; fluency of words. 
Af fluente, adj. i g. resorting 

with others to the same place. 
Af fluentemente, adv. with great 

afâuence. 
Affluido, a, pp. adj. that runs ; 

âowed. 
Afflulr, vn. to âow into the same 

place ; to abound, to âock. 
Amuxo« sm. Vjn^^i^ ^^ ^^"^ ^"^ 

AiÍTQtax, Dtt. N . Fretaf *sví^ «ksecv- 






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Affrontado, a, vp. adj. affronted ; 

tired; afflictea. 
Affrontador, adj. who afíronts. 

— , s. affronter. 
Affrontamento. sm. a preterna- 

tural heat -with redness in the 

face. 
Afírontar, va. toaífront, to abuse, 

to attack. — to outbid at an auc- 

tion. — vn. to have a preter- 

natural heat. — Affrontar-se^ vr. 

to take huff. 
Afírontosamente , adv. spite- 

fully, infaraously. 
Affrontoso, a, adj. outrageous. 
Affusão, sf. {pharm.) affusion. 
Afiação, sf. -wnettiiig, sharpening. 
Afiado, a, pp. adj. sharpened. 
Afiançado, a, pp. adj. oailed. 
Afiançador, sm. he who stands 

bail for another. 
Afiançar, va. to be bail for one ; 

to promise, to insure success. 
Afiar, va. to grind to sharpen. 

Pedra de — , a grind-stone, a 

hone. 
Aficar, va. to urge a reason. 

V. Afficar. 
Afidalgadamente, adv. noblj. 
Afidalgado, a, pp. adj. noble, ex- 

cellent ; {fig.) who falsely pre- 

tends to gentility. 
Afidalgamento, sm. nobleness. 
Afidalgar, va. to make noble, to 

nobilitate. JífidaU/ar-se, tr. to 

affect the manners of noblemen. 
Afiguração, sf. imagination, ap- 

prehension. 
Afiguradamente, adv. in âgure. 
Afigurado, a, pp. adj. fígurated. 

Homem bem afigurado y a fine 

man. 
Afigurar, va. to figure, to repre- 

sent. Afigurar-se, vr. to fancy, 

to believe, to imapiine. 
Afigurativo, a, adj. figurative, 

figurated. 
Afilado, a, pp. adj. delieate, vréll 

formed. Ter a lingua bem ~ a, to 

Jbave a nimble tongue. V. Afe- 
rzdo. 

^Ijftferfor, sm. V. Aferidor. 
ftff^ento, sm. ir. Aferição, 
-^*í^ax^y va. V. Aferir. 



Afilhada, sf. a god-daughter ; a 

"woman wno is protected. 
Afilhado, sm. a god-son; a man 

who is protected. 
A fim, con]. in order to. 
Afinação, sf. the act of giving 

the íull sound to every musical 

note. [tune. 

Afinadamente, adv. {mus.) in 
Afinado, a, pp. adj. refined, per- 

fected ; tuned. 
Afinador, sm. tuner. — {metal.) 

refiner. — V. Aferidor. 
Afinamento, sm. afina je, refín- 

ing of metais. 
Afinar, va. to tune a musical in- 

strument; to refine^metals. — as 

pastas^ (among boot-binders) to 

square the paste-boaiçds. — avoz 

to give the perfect soand to 

musical notes. — vn. tò pout, to 

look vexed. 
Afincadamente, adv. earnestly. 
Afistulado, a, pp. adj. turned to 

a fistula. 
Afistular-se, vr. to grow into a 

fistula. 
Afitadamente, adv. aiming con- 

stantly at a certain thing. V. Af- 

Rcadamcnte. [ribands. 

Afitado, a, pp. adj. adorned with 
Afitar, va. to cause indigestion 

in the children. 
Aflto or Afitamento, sm. {m£d.) 

indigestion. [emboldened. 

Afiusado, pp. adj. bold, rash, 
Afiusar, va. to inspire courage, 

to embolden. Afiusar-se^ vr. to 

confide. 
Afivelado, sl, pp. adi. buckled. 
Afivelar, va. to bucMe. 
Aflamengado, a, adj. fleming- 

like. 
Afiautado. a, pj). adj. sweet, soft. 

V. Flautado. [self, 

Afleimar-se, vr. to affiict one's 
Afleumar, va. to cause, to make 

phlegm. [forward. 

Afocinhadamente, adv. fallen 
Afocinhado, a, pp. adj. that fell 

upon one's face. 
AfocLiihar.va.to sXtWfe V\\Xi \.\!kft 
face. — vn. \ç> ^a^\ w^çou wi^^ 
face : to am^K. ot -çetvátk.. 



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Afofado, a, pp. adj. made soft; 

Ífig.) puffed up. [up. 

ofar, va. and n. to pufT, to swell 

Áfogadaxnente, aav in great 
haste. 

Afogadiço, a, adj. out of breath. 

Afogadilho, sm. haste, speed, 
hurry. 

Afogado, a, pp. adj. stifled, 
stewed. Ovos — 5, poached eggs. 

Afogador, adj. that stifles or suf- 
focates. — sm. a necklace. 

Afogadura, sf. suíTocation. 

Afogamento, sm. suífocation. 

Afogar, "iva. to stiile, to smother, 
to suffocate. — os cuidados no vi- 
nho, to drown one's cares in 
wine. — to stew, (speaking of 
meat, fish, etc) — to forbear. 
Afogar-s2j vr. to strangle one's 
sel^ to sink, to be on the point 
of being drovned. — U^ff-) ^^ ^® 
overcome by excessof business, 
to be in too great a hurry. 

Afogo, sm. torment, afâiction; 
hurry, pressure. [âercely. 

Afogueadamente , adv. hotly» 

Afogueado, a, pp. adj. burning, 
íiery, glowing. liatter o ferro — , 
to beat the iron while it is hot. 

Afoguear, va. to inflame, to make 
fiery. — uma peça, to load a 
gun "with powder only and fire 
U off to clean it. 

Afoitamente, adv, boldly, cou- 
rageously. 

Afoitamente, sm. boldness. 

Afoitar, va. to embolden, to make 
bold. 

Afoiteza, sf. boldness. 

Afoito or Afouto, adj, bold, cou- 
rageous. 

Afomadamente, adv. in the man- 
ner of dividin»^ arable çrounds 
into large portions. [fallow. 

Af olhado, a, adj. laid up, laid 

Afolhar, va. to divide arable 
grounds. — uma terraj to lay up 
a piece of ground. 

Afora, adv. (anc) beyond; except, 
but; out, "without. [lease. 

Aforadamente, adv, with along 

Aforado, a, pp. adi. that givea 
or makea ovee houaes or Unda 



to be passed for ever, upon c<mi- 

dition that a small yearly rent 

shall be paid to the proprietor. 
Aforadòr, sm. the lord of the 

manor who gives lands or 

hòuses upon condition that a 

small yearly rent shall be paid 

to hira. 
Aforamento, sm. the act of gi- 

ving or taking lands for a yearly 

rent. 
Aforar, va. to make over houses 

or lands to be posscssed for ever 

for a small yearly quitrent. 

Âforarse^ vr. to assume nobi- 

lity. [stuprate. 

Af orçar, va. {anc.) to violate, to 
Aforçurado, A^pp. adj. hastened, 

hasty. 
Aforçurar, va. to hasten, to press. 
Aforismo, sm. aphorism. Y.Apho- 

rismo and derivated. 
Aformoseadamente, adv. beau- 

tifully, bandsomely. 
Aformoseado, a, pn. adj. hand- 

some, line; made uner. 
Aformosear, va. to embellish, to 

make handsome. 
Aforquilhado, a, pp, adj. sup- 

ported, bifurcated. 
Aforquilhar, va. to support, to 

sustain. 
Aforrado, a, pp. adj. enfrcax- 

chisedj free; that carries but 

a light burdcn. or provisions for 

a journey. 
Aforramento, sm. enfranchite- 

raent; making free. 
Aforrar, va. to affranchise, to 

make free. Aforrar-se, vr. to rid 

one's self of. 
Aforro, sm. the act of sparing. 
Afortalezado, a,|)j). adj. fortmed 

with walls. 
Afortalezamento, «m. defense, 

any work of entrenchment. 
Afortaleiar, va, to fortify with 

walls. 
Afortunadamente, ado. happily, 

fortunately. 
Afortunado, a> pp. <id.\, \^a:%\i> 






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Aíontado, a, pp. adj. bold, em- 

boldened. 
Afoutar-se, vr. to dare. 
Aíouteza, sf. boldness. 
Afouto, a, adj. bold, daring. 
Afracado, a, pp. adj. weakened, 

failed. 
Afracamento , sm. slackness, 

disheartening. 
Airaoar, vn. to weaken, to fali ; 

to lose courage. 
Aframengado, a, adj. that has 

a fair complexion. [íied. 

Airanoezado, a, pp. adj. frenchi- 
Afrancezar, va. to frenchify. 
Airechado, a, adj. {bot.) that is 

like to a shaft. 
Aireguezado, a, pp. adj. accus- 

tomed, that has customers. 
Afreguezar, va. to get or procure 

customers. Afreguezar-sey vr. to 

become customer. 
Afreixnar, va. {anc.) to vex, to 

fret. Afreimar-se, vr, to fret 

ODe*s self. 
Aírescar, va. V. Refrescar, 
A fresco, sm. {paint.) Pintar — » to 

paint in fresco. 
Afretamento, sm. V. Fretamento. 
Afretar, va. V. Fretar and deri- 

vated. 
Africa, sf. Africa. 
Africanisxno, sm. barbarous locu- 

tion, a manner of speaking as 

the African people. 
Africano, a, adj. African. 
Afro, a, adj. and s. African. 
Afrodiseo , Afrodisiaco , adj. 

V. Aphrodiseo and derivated. 
Afronltro, sm. the flour of nitre. 
Afronta, sf. Y. Affronta and deri- 
vated. 
Afrouxado, a, pp. adj. unbent, 

slackened ; {fig.) -weakened. 
Afrouxamento, sm. slackness, 

looseness; (fig.) 'weakness. 
Afrouxar, va. to slacken. A- 

frouxar-se^ vr. to fail. 
Axrouxelado, a, adj. covered 

with soít feathers 
A±ronxo, aiv. onanimously. 
AAuitado, a, adj. ihiitfaJ. 
AA20entado, a, pp^^a^j, driven 



Afugentador, sm. he who puts 

to flight. 
Afugentamento, sm. the act of 

putting to flight. [to flight. 

Afugentar, va. to chase, to put 
Afumado, pp. adj. smoky, full of 

sraoko. {fig.) darkened. 
Afumadura, sf. the act of filling 

with smoke. [smoke. 

Afumar, va. to trouble with 
Afundado, a,/>p. adj. siink down, 

deep. 
Afundar, va. to sink. — um navio^ 

to sink a ship. — to cast anchor; 

to put the head to a cask. 
Afundido, a, pp. adj. sunk down, 

drowned. 
Afundir, va. to sink, to drown. 
Af uniladamente , adv. as a 

funnel. [formed. 

Afunilado, a, pp. adj. funnel- 
Afunilar, va. to give a funnel 

form. [a ferret. 

Afuroado, A^pp. adj. hunted with 
Afuroar, va. to let the ferret into 

the hole to drive the rabbits out. 
Afusado, a, pp. adj. spindle- 

shaped. 
Afnsal, sm. two pounds of flax 

made up into a small bundle. 
Afusão, sf. the act of mixing 

liquids. 
Afusar, va. to give something 

theshape of spindle, making it 

thinnest at one end. 
Afusilar, va. and n. to strike flre 

out of a flint, to sparkle. 
Afustar-ae, vr. (a sea term) to bo 

oveiÃoWed. 
Aga, tm. a colonel of janissaries. 
Acanhadamente , aJiv. crouch- 

ingly. 
Agaohadò, a, pp. adj. Squat. 

V. Acaçapado. [squat. 

Agaohar-se, vr. to cower, to 
Agaoho, sm. the act of sitting, 

squatting. [with violence. 

Agadanhado, a, pp. adj. stolen 
Agadanhador, sm. he that steals 

with violence. 
Agadanhar, va. to claw, to 

scratch, to lay one'8 hand uçon 

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Agalaotia, sf. {meã.) agalaxy 

(want of milk). 
Agalanado, a, pp. adj. made gal- 

lant, genteel. 
Agalanar, va. to make genteel 

ur gallant. Ágálanar-se. vr. to 

dress one's self genteely. 
Agalardoado , a, pp. adj. re- 

warded. 
Agalardoador, s. and adj. that 

rewards. [V. Galardoar. 

Agalardoar, va. to revrard. 
Agalato, sm. [min.) gallate (a 

neutral salt). 
Agalgar, va. to grind with the 

upper mill stone in a mill vhe- 

rein oil is made. 
Agalhas, sf.pl. {anat.) the tonsils 

of the neck. 
Agallegadaxuente, adv. in a Ga- 

lician manner; rougtily. 
Agallegado, a, adj. as a Galician ; 

rough, unpolished. 
Agaloado, a, jm. adj. laced. 
Agaloadura, sf. the act of lacíng. 
Agaloar, va. to lace, to bind wiâi 

galloon. 
Agalopado, 'a, pp. adj. galloped. 
Agalopar, va. to gallop. 
Agapathos, sm. {òot.) a kind of 

Bliaceous plants. 
Agapas, sf. pi. or Ágapes, sm. 

pi. ag[ap8e, love-feasts among 

the primitive christians. 
Agapetas, sf.pl. agapetae, vir- 

gins "who associatea tnemselves 

-with ecclesiastics out of a mo- 
tive of piety and charity. 
Agareno, a, adj. Moorish. 
Agarico, sm. agaric, a sweet 

smelling mushroom. 
Agamel, sm. V. Granel. 
Agarradiço, a, adj. that is cat- 

ched or holden fast. 
Agarrado, a, pp. adj. taken or 

laid hold of. 
Agarrador, sm. he that seizes. 
Agarrante, adj. 2 g. {heral.) is 

saíd of birds of prey. 
Agarrar, va. to seize, to lay hold 

õt Agqrrar-se, vr. to stick to. 

h BL,pp. a4í' pricked 
darts. 
»«. to gosíá or prick 




-with small darts called gordu- 
chas. 
Agarrotado, a, pp. adj. strangled . 
Agarrotar, va. to strang^le. 
Agarruchado, a, pp. aaj. bound, 

tied with cringles. 
Agarruohar, va. (a sea term) to 

bind, to tie with cringles. 
Açrarrunohar, va. (a sea term) to 

introduce the cringle in the bolt 

rope of a sail. 
Agasalhadeiro, a, adi. an enter- 

tainer, one that shelters stran- 

gers. 
Agasalhado, a, pp. adj. received, 

sheltered, lodged. 
Agasalhador, sm, and adj. he 

-who receives strangers ; hospi- 

table. 
Agasalhar, va. to shelter, to 

lodge. Agasalhar-se, vr. to resort 

to a place, to lodge ; to cover 

one's self well to avoid catching 

cold. 
Agasalheiro, a, adj. that shelters 

strangers. 
Agasalho, sm. a lodging; the 

manner of receiving a guest; 

good reception. Elle deu me máo 

— , he received me unkindly. 
Agastadamente, adv. angrilv. 
Agastadiço, a, adj. irascible, 

fretful, peevish. [hasty. 

Agastado, a, pp. adj. angry, 
Agastamento, sm. passion, an- 

ger, ill humour. Ter — s do coror 

ção^ to be heart-sick. 
Agastar, va. toprovoke, to ang^er, 

to vex. Agastar-se, vr. to fly into 

a passion. Agasta-se por dá cá 

a^uella palha, a little raatter 

rises his passion. 
Ágata or Agatha, sf. agate. 
Agatanhado, a, pp. aaj. scrat- 

ched, clawed. 
Agataiohadura, sf. scratch. 
Agatanhar, va. to scratch, to 

claw. 
Agaves, s. j>l. (bot.) liliaceous 

plants^ narcv&%\SL&. 

of a p\cV-\oc^. ^__ 

V. Amontoar. ^ í 



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Ageltadamente, adv, commo- 

diously. 
AgeltaoO, a, pp. adj. cottimodious, 

fit. 
Ageitar, va. tõ âl, to miig<e^ to 

dispose. Ageitar-se^ w. to place 

one's self commodiottsly, con- 

veniently. 
Ageitivar, va. &nd its âefivatòd. 

V. Adjectivar. 
Agencia, sf. agency. 
Agenciado, a, pp. údj\ nmtifiigòd, 

transacted. 
Agenciar, va. to manage, to pro- 
cure, to negociate cr transact, 

to help one to a thing-. Su lhe 

acendei aqueílepmto, I prootirdd 

him thát place. Ageneiar-^èy vr. 

— uma grande reputação, to çain 

a great reputation. [tive. 

Agencioso, a, adj. diligent, ac- 
Agenda, s. agenda, a certain 

church book, rilual. 
Agenesia, sf. sterility, impotency. 
Agente, adj. 2 g. acting) active. 

— , sm. an agent ; a factor, a de- 

puty (m laio), aproouratot. 
Ageolhar, va. ana its derivated. 

V. Ajoelhar^ etc. 
Ageometria or Ageometrosia, 

sf. ignorance of geometry» 
Agerasia, sf. vigorous <Aá age, 
Agerato, sm. {bot.) ageratum, 

maudlin. [oiated. 

Agermanadd, a, pp, údj, a»fto^ 
Agermanar, va. to make eqoal ; 

to associate. 
Agestado, a, adj. Bfstn ou «kU -^ 

vell or ill looking. 
Agenstia, sf. {med.) "«reakness, 

want of taste. 
Aggerar, va. (anc.) to aggerate. 
Aggingebrado, a, «<f;. seaso&ed 

with ginger. [tion, 

Agglomeração, sf. agglomera- 
Agglomerado, a, pp. adj. agglo- 

merated. 
Agglomerar, va. to ag^lomerate. 
Agglutinação, sf. agglutination, 

cohesion. 
AirsriutíBstâamente, ãdv, in a& 
a^g-Iutínated m&Dner» 



Aggiutinante, adj. 2 ^. a^luti- 

nant. 
Agglutinar, va. to agglutinate, 

to glue together. [native. 

Aggltttinativo, a, adj. ajggluti- 
Aggraduar, va. and derivated. 

V. Graduar. 
AggravaçSo, sf. aggravation* 
Aggravadamente, adv. offen- 

sively, injuriously. 
Aggravadõ, a, pp. adj. injured, 

aggravated. {v€U»s. 

Aggravador, adj, that aggra- 
Aggravamento, sm. aggravat- 

íng» 
Aggravante, adj. 2 g. aggra- 

vating. — sm. an appelant. 
Aggravar, va. to aggravate, to 

offend. — vn. to appeal from one 

judge to another. Aggravar-S9j 

vr. to be offended; to increase, 

to grow "worse. 
Aggravativo, a, adj. aggravable. 
Aggravista, sm. tíie name of 

certain members of the supreme 

tribunais of Lisbon and Oporto. 
Aggravo, sm. offence : appeal to 

a high court of justice. 
Aggravoso, a, adj. V. (rravoso. 
Aggradir , va. to attack, to charge. 
Aggregação, sf. aggregatlon. 
Aggrvgado, a, adj. aggregated, 

coUected. — sm, a supernume- 

rary professor ; an aggregate. 
Aggregar» va. to associate, to 

aggregate. — Aggregar-se, vr. 

to oecome associate. 
Aggregato, sm, an aggregate 

body. [ting. 

Aggregativo, a, adj. aggrega- 
AggressãO) sf. aggression. 
AggressíTO, a, adj. aggressive, 

offensive. 
Aggressor, adj. that is aggres- 
sive. — , sm. an aggressor» 
Aggriçar, va. {a sea term) to lay 

or put cordages. 
Aggriphado, a, adj. catched with 

claws (as a grifnn does). 
Agigantadamente, adv. giantly. 
Agigantado, a, adj. gigantic. 
Agisa&.\aiix«ix\o^ «nu «. i^5c,-vgl\31i& 

statute *, mox«bL «osi ^-pàfin^L Sxk> 

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Jjgigantar, va. to gire a^igmtíc 

strength. 
AqU, adj. S g. agile. 
Agilidade, sf. agility. [htj. 

Agilitadamente, aãv. -with agi- 
▲gilltado, a, pp* adj. açile, 

nimble. [^uick. 

▲glUtar, -va. to render nimble, 
AgUmeote, adv. nimbly, qaickly. 
Aglo, Ml. (comm.) ágio. 
Aglograpliia, sf. hagtographv. 
Agioçraplko, adj. hagiogra^hio, 

httgiographical. 
Agtologioo, a, adj, agiological. 
Agiologio, sm. legend; tbe lives 

of the saints. [tjrrology. 

Agtooiaohia, tf. holy -«rar ; xnar- 
Agiota OT Agiotista, sm. a gtock- 

jobber, stock-l»>oker. 
Aglotador, sm. jobber, broker. 
Agiotagem, sf. stock-jobbing. 
Affiotar, vo. to deal as a stock- 

jobber. 
Ag;ir, va, (júris.) to act, to prac- 

tÍM as an agent. {Vise. 

Agteado, a, adj. (ane.) prudent, 
Agita^U», sf. agitation. 
Agttadamwnte, adj, with agita- 

tíOD. 

Agitado, a, pp. adi, agitated. 
Agitador, sm. ana aaj, he who 

agitxtea; agitator, insnrgent. 
Agitar, va, to a^itate, to shake ; 

to troable. Agttar-se^ vr, to be 

tonneiitad, to feel agitation, to 

fret. 
AgitewL adj, i g. tfaatmay be 

agitated, xnoved. 
AglaotaçBo, sf. weaning. 
Agloaaia, »f. dumbnesa. 
AgloM»,», adi, dumb. 
AglQtiçfto, sf. impoBsibility <of 

swalkrving. 
AgiMuio, «f. agnation, eonsan- 

guiníty 
Agnado, a, adj, agnate, rolated 

by tfae fathera Bidé. 
Agnrtiirio, sm, he that ii ia the 

male Une. 
AgnaMoo, a, adi. Svecessa» — a, 

floccesBon in tne male line. 
AflMUBas. V- P^ (ok.) «gnels 

(piaeea oi ama). [sance. 

Agnlflo, sf, «gnUMD, racogai- 



Agnisterio, sm. a parification^s 

place. 
Agno, sm. lamb. 
Agnooasto, sm. a^nus-castus, 

the chast tree or vitex. 
Agnome, sm. the last suruama of 

a person. 
Agnominação, sf agnomination, 
Agnus Dei, sm. agnus Dei; a 

piece of WBX haviag the print 

of a lamb. 
Agoa, sf. and deriv.ited. V. Agua. 
Agoiro, sm, and derivated. v. A- 

gouro. [staff. 

Agolo, sm, {anc.) the pastoral 
Agolpear, va, and derivated. 

V. Golpear, 
Agoxnado, a, pp. adj. budded. 
Agomar, vn. {agric.) to bogin to 

bad. 
Agomia or Agnmia, sf. a kind 

of moorish poniard. 
AgomJxiado, a, pp. adj. budded. 
Agominar, vn. (anc.) to bud, to 

put forth buds. 
Agonia, sf. agony. [zingl}r. 

Agoniadsúnente^ adv. agoni- 
Agomiado, a, adj, aCflicted, 

vexed. [trouble. 

Agoniar, va. to teaze, to vex, to 
AgoniBadamente , ado. agoni- 

xingly. 
Agonisado, a, pp. adj. agonised. 
Agonisante, adj. 2 g. dying; 

ifig.) agonizing. . 

Agronisantes, sm. pi. agonizants, 

certain friars who assist those 

'who are in agonv. 
Agonisar, «a. to be in agony. 
AgonistarQha, sm. agonistarch 
Agoniatica, sf. agonistic (tho 

Science of combats of the an- 

cienta). 
Agonistioo, a, adj. agonistíc or 

agonistic aL 
Agonotheta, sm. agonotheta, an 

overseer of authority. 
Agora, adv. now, at this time. 
Agorentado, a, pp. adj. cut or 

pared about. V. Aguarentar^ and 

derivated. 
Agorantador, sm. he that cuts 

■or pares about. 
Agarantar, oa. to cxxt oi "^ax^ 



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about. Afforentarse^ vr. to be 

cut or pared about. 
Agosto. $m. August. 
Agouradamente, adv. with o- 

men, with presage. 
Agourado, a., pp. adj. presaged, 

augored. 
Agourai, adj. 2 g. of soothsajers 

or diviners. (jecture. 

Agourar, va. to presage, to con- 
A^oureiro, a, adj. that believes 

m omens. — , sm. a soothsayer. 
Agourento, a, adj. addicted to 

omination. 
Agouro, sm, divination by the 

nigbt, or singing of birds, etc. 
Agraciado, a, pv. adj. endowed 

with grace, witn beauty. 
Agraciar, va. to endow with 

grace ; to pardon, to forgive. 
Agraço, sm. unripe grapes, ver- 

juice. [addicted. 

Agradado, a, pp. adj. pleased. 
Agradar, va. and n. to piease, to 

be acceptable, agreeable. Agra- 

dar-sBy vr. to be pleased, to take 

pleasure. 
Agradável, adj. 2 g. pleasing, 

agreeable, pleasant. 
Agradavelmente, adv. pleas- 

antly, agreeably, CTacefuIly. 
Agradecer, va. to tnank, to give 

thanks. 
Agradecidamente, adv. grate- 

fully, thankfuUy. 
Agradecido, a, 2>p. adj. grateful, 

thankful. Fico-lne muito — , I am 

very much obliged to you. 
Agradecimento , sm. acknow- 

ledgment, thankfulness. 
Agradecivel, adj. 2 g. grateful, 

agreeable. 
Agradecivelmente, adv. in a 

thank-worthy manner. 
Agrado, sm. liking, attractive, 

charm, engaging manners ; kind- 

ness ; consent, approbation. 
Agraduar, va. and derivated. 

V. Graduar. froughly. 

A.grainente, adv. sourly; {fig.) 

^ffrapiai, sm. a cl&sp. 

-Afrrarío, a, adj. agranan, beloncr- 

^22^ to áelds. ^ [ãictive. 

^» adj. 2 ff, sour, bitter; af- 



Agreste, adi. 2g. rural, rustical; 

J/ig.) rough. 
Agrião, sm. Agriões, «m.^/. water- 

cresses, cress. [greste. 

Agriastico, a, adj. rural. V. A- 
Agricola, adj. 2 g. agricultura!. 

— , sm. a husbandman. 
Agricolar, adj. 2 g. agricultura!. 
Agricultar, va. to cultivate. 
Agricultor, sm. a husbandman, 

cultivator, agricultor. 
Agricultura, sf. agriculture, hus- 

bandry. [and sour. 

Agridoce, adj. 2 g. between sweet 
Agrilhado, a, pp. adj. fettered. 
Agrilhar, va. to fetter. 
Agrilhoado, a, pp. adj. fettered, 

chained ; [fig.) subjugated. 
Agrilhoar, va. to fetter, to chain. 
Agrimensão or Agrimensora, 

sf. surveying of lands. 
Agrimensor, sm. a land surve^ror. 
Agrimensorlo, a, adj. belonging 

to measurement or surveying oi 

lands. [liver-wort. 

Agrimonia, sf. (bot.) agrimony, 
Agriophago, sm. agriophagous. 
Agriote, sm. {bot.) agriot. 
Agripalma, sf {hot?} agripalma, 

cardíaca. 
Agripnia, sf. {med.) agrypnia. 
Agrisalhado, a, pp. adj. greyish, 

that is grey. 
Agrisalhar, va. to make greyish. 

Agrisalhar-se^ vn. to grow grey- 

headed. 
Agro, a, adj. sour, rough. AgrOy 

sm. tilled ground. 
Agrodoce or Agradece, adj. 2 g. 

half sweet, half sour. 
Agromancia, sf. divination by 

the ground. 
Agronomia, sf agriculturism. 
Agronómico, a, adj. agricul- 

tural. 
Agrónomo, sm. an agriculturist. 
Agropila, sm. segragrophile, be- 

zoar of goats. [graphy. 

Agrostographia , sf. agrosto- 
Agrumelado, a, pp. adj. clotted, 

grumous. [grumous. 

Agriunelar^ va. to c\o\.,\oiaiN5.^ 
AgnxmetfiLC . va. U. sea ternC\ \.q 



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Agrupado, a, pp, adj. groaped. 
Agrupar, va. to group. rness. 
Agrura, sf, roughness, snarp- 
Agua, sf. water. — da chuva^ rain- 
"water; — de poço^ weU water; 

— docCy fresn water; — viva^ 
nmning water. Aguas vivas^ 
spring tides; — mortas^ neep 
tides; — vertentes^ the stream 
that runs down a hill, the de- 
clinity of a hill by which the 
rain waters fali. Aguas envoltas 
or turvas, (fig.) times of trouble. 

— furtadas^ the garrets. Agua^ 
transparency of pearls, etc. — 
fcrte^ nitrous acid ; — regia^ ni- 
tro-muriatic acid. Agua-ras , 
spirit of turpentine; a flor or 
a/> lume d' — , oetween wind and 
water. Fazer — , to leak, to 
spring a leak; to take in fresh 
water. Agua arriba or acima, 
against tne current. Poeta de 
agua doce, a poet witbout ge- 
mus. Colher agua em cesto, to 
work to no purpose. Levar — 
ao mar, to carry coals to New- 
castle. Fazer vir — á bocca, to 
make the teeth weater. Trazer 
or levar aaua no bico, to conceal 
maliciously. Dar uma sede de — , 
to give the slightest help. Dar 
a agua pela barba, to be in great 
danger. Vir — d bocca, to be 
very desirous. Trazer — ao seu 
moinho, to bring grist into the 
mill, to turn things to one's own 
advantage. — o dá, — o levaj 
lightly come, lightly go. Aguas 
de namorado, the looks of one 
in love ; — de trabalhos, amar- 
^ra«, afflictions, pains. Coar — ,. 
to run in small drops. — vai! 
keep oíf! take care! notice 
given that water is thrown 
from a window into the street. 
Sem dizer — uai, without giving 
the least notice. 

Aguaçal, sm. a puddle. 
Aguaoate, sm, aguacate (tree of 

S. Domingo). 
Aguaceira, sf. a great deal of 

Wãter in the stomach. 
^mmoeiro, sm. a violent shower. 



Aguacento, adj. plashy, niarshy. 
Aguada, sf. the taking fresh 

water into a ship. Faz&r — , to 

take in fresh water. 
Aguadeiras, sf. pi. the large 

feathers of birds. 
Aguadeiro, a, adj. that screens 

from the rain. — sm. a water 

carrier. [âuid. 

Aguadilha, sf. limph, wateryr 
Aguado, a, pp. adj. waterea, 

sprinkled with water. Cavallo 

— , a benumbed horse. 
Aguador, sm. a waterin^ pot. 
Aguagem, sf. the rapidity of 

currents in the sea. 
Aguamento, sm. {veter.) the be- 

numbing of a horse, or other 

beast. 
Aguantado, a,pp.adj. supported. 
Aguantar, va. to support, to 

hold. — o panno, is said of a 

ship that can carry ali sails 

weíl. 
Agua-pô, sf. weak wine. 
Aguara-ponda, sf. {bot.) aguara 

ponda, viola martia. 
Aguar, va. to water, to sprinkle 

with water. — to benumb a 

horse. [for, expected. 

Aguardado, a, pp. adj. hoped 
Aguardadouro , a, adj. that is 

worthy of being kept and ob- 

servea by right. 
Aguardador, sm. keeper. 
Aguardamento, sm. the act of 

hoping or attending. 
Aguardante , adj. 2 g. that at- 

tends. 
Aguardar, va. to hope for, to 

expect, to wait. — to suffer ; to 

support. V. Esperar. 
Aguardentado, a, pp. adj. mixed 

or tempered with brandy. 
Aguardentar, va. to mix, to tem- 

per with brandy. 
Aguardente, sf. brandy, rum. 
Aguardenteiro , sm. he that 

makes or sells brandv. 
Aparelha, sf. aquarelle^ a ^aiQ.t- 

AiguareivXaAo.-a., v^> o-^V ^^^ 



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Agoaventar, va. to cut or pare 

about. 
▲gaça, s^f> {anc.) haste, speed, 

lightness. "V. Pressa, 
▲guçadamente , adv^ lig^^tlj, 

diligently. 
Agaçadeira, sf. grind-stone. -', 

adj. that grinds. [grinded. 

Aguçado, a, pp. adj. pointed, 
Aguçador, sm. grinder. 
A^n^içadura, sf. the act of grind- 

ing. 
Aguçar, va. to sharp, to point, 

to whet. Aguçar-se, t»r, to be 

sbarp at the end. 
Aguçosazuente, adv. âaSãgjmHj^ 

hastily. 
Aguçoso, a, adj. diligent, hasty. 
Agudamente , adv. sharply , 

shrevdly,. acutely. [uess. 

Agudeza, sf. sharj^neas, acute- 
Agudo, a, adj. pomted, sharp, 

aeute. [supported. 

Aguentado, a, pp. adj. endured, 
Aguentador, sm. ene \7ho holds 

the weight. 
Aguentar, va. to support, to 

hold, to regist, to bear. 
Aguerreado, a, pp. adj. used to 

war, disciplined, raartial. 
Açuerrear, va. to discipline, to 

mure to the hardships of war. 
Aguerrido, a, pp. adj. accas- 

tomed to war. 
Aguerrilhado, a, pp. adj, be- 

longing to a guemlha. V. Gí4er- 

rilha. {lhas. 

Aguerrilhar, va. to form guerri- 
Aguerrir , va. to inure to the 

hardships of war; (/Ç^.) to grow 

hard to dangers, pains, etc. 
Águia, sf. eagle. — imperial^ the 

imperial eagle. Olhos de — , 

piercíng ejes.Pedra de — , eagle- 

stone. 
Aguiamento, sm. a leading, di- 

rection. 
Aguiarado, a, adj. with many 

holes, ragged. 
Aguleiro, sm. a cross piece of 

timber to hold fast large bearas. 
Jkffuila^ sm. aloés wood; páo de 
— , &g-allochmm. 
-^entílhada, sf. a goad. 



Aguilhão, sm. a little iron sting 
nxed at the end of a goaá. 

Aguilhar, «n. to watch. 

Aguillio, sm. a kind of ornameat 
used by women. 

Aguilhoada, sf. the -wouad made 
by the goad. 

Aguilhoado, a, pp.adj. pricked 
forward, goaded ; {fig.) spurred, 
excited. 

Aguillooador, sm. he ^ho goads. 

AguiUioamento , «m. the act of 
goading or inciting. 

Aguilhoar, va. to goad, to prick 
forward. 

Aguisadamente, adv. reasana^ 
bly, in good manner. 

Aguisado, a, adj. of good man- 
ner, reasonable. 

Aguisalhado, a, adj. {herald.) 
that has a small bell of diffe- 
rent enamel (a hawk or falcon). 

Aguisar, va. to order, to dispose. 

Agulha, sf. a needle ; an obelisk. 
O fundo da — , the eye of a 
needle. Enfiar uma — , to thread 
a needle. — de enfardar^ pack- 
in^-needle. -^ de fazer meias^ a 
kmtting-needle. — de carpin- 
teiro^ puncheon. Buscar — em 
palheiro, it*s like looking for a 
needle in a bottle of hay. Peixe 
— , needle-fiah. 

AguUiada, sf. a needlefuL 

Agulhão, sm. a great needle of 
the sea oompass. 

Agulhar, va. and its derivated. 
V. Aguilhoar. 

Agulheira ,^ sf. the herb called 
shepherd^s needle. 

Agulheiro, sm. a needle-case. — 
a needle-maker ; a scafToLding 
hole, an air-hole. 

Agulheta, sf. the tag of a lace. 

Agulhetcdro, sm. one who makes 
tags, or points. 

Ah ! inter j. of interrogation or ad- 
miration; ah! oh! hah! Ahl 
sim/ is it so! 

Ahl, adv. there. 

Ahustado, a, j^. adj. hoisted. 

Ahustar, va. (a sea ierm) to hoist. 

AhuBt , sm^ [a. sea term\ \!axi\^\^vsÁ.. 

Al, úilerj. ot gciôi ox ^^íí.\ "V^^ 



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alas ! o ! oh ! ^, sigh. Dar aU^ 

to siçh. [bermaid. 

Aia, sf. nurse, governesa« chaB>- 
Aid de campo, sm. aid de camp. 
Ai Jesa, sm. Ser o — de alguém^ 

to be ODe's darling. 
Ainda, adv. yet» stUI,. as yet, 

more, again. [tutor. 

Aio, sm. governor of young mea^ 
Aipim, sm. machaxera herb ia 

the Brazils, whose roots sorve 

to make bread and wina. 
Aipo, sm. (bot.) celery. -' InrQVO, 

lovage (herb). 
Airado, a, adj. angry, ireful. V. 

JKirado. 
AirftOf sm. tbe bird heron; a 

plume or a buncb of its íeathêdrs 

'woTe as a bead-dress. 
Airar-ae, vr. {anc.) to be aagry. 
Airella, sf. {bot.) vitis idaa» vac- 

cinura. [tree. 

Airi, sm. (bot.) a sort of coco 
Airosamente, adv. with grace. 
Airo8idade> sf. grace flilness. 
Airoso, a, adj. graceful, comely, 

genteel. 
Aulado, a, adj. incompassed. — 

isolated, solitnry. 
Aivaca or Aiveca» sf^ tèe 

piougb-board tbat tums over 

the earth. [harnesaad. 

Alaezado, a, pp. adj. adomed; 
Ajaezar, va. to adorn ; to harness 

a horse. [diuner. 

Ajantarado, a, adj. tbat is as a 
Ajardinado, a, pp. adj. tbat is 

like a garden. 
Ajardinar, va. to make a çardea. 



AJoanetado, a, adj. having tbe 
deformed. [bumbled. 



luLuckle-bone of tbe thurabs 



Ajoelhado, a, pp. adj. kneeling, 
Ajoelhar, vn. to kneei; (âg^) to 

humble one^s self. AjQelkar-w^ 

vr. to kneel down. 
Ajoroa, s. a bracelet. 
AÍorcado, a, adj. adomed wítb 

bracelets ; (vulg.) Mal — , avk- 

ward. 
Ajomalado, a, pp. a^j* con« 

tracted by day^wages. 
A/omaiKr, va. to contract ty 



Ajomjad», a, pp. adj, ooapled. 
— , {hirald^ two dogs coupled 
togetber. 

Ajoujar, va. to couple, to match. 

Ajoujo, «m. a couple. 

AjoTiado, 9^tpp. adj. astonUb^ed^ 
admired. 

Ajoviar, va. to astoaisb, to ad- 
mire. -> vn. to be astonisbed^ 

Ajuagas, sf. pi. sores ia the 
horses. Y. Enxoadas. 

Ajuda, sf. help, relief, aid, aaais- 
tance. — , a glyster. Ajuda de 
eusto^ a gift o ver and above 
'«rages. Lanear — s ao mwira, 
(a sea term] to strengtben tlM 
mast witb wood pieces. 

Ajudadeira, sf. an old tax. or a 

{(ift tbat was given to tbe land- 
ords ^hen taey departed to 

tbe war. [sisted. 

Ajudado, a, pp. adj, helped, as- 
Ajudador, sm. and a^. that as- 

sits, helps ; helper, assistaat. 
Ajudante, adj. an adjutant. -^ de 

cozmheirOy undercook> a shifter. 

— de carpinteiro {a sea term), the 

carpenter's mate. 
Ajudar, va. to aid. to belp, to 

assiat, to favour. Àjudar-se^ vn 

to help oDe*s self. 
Ajudengado, a, adj. jev-like. 
Ajudloar, va. and its derivated^ 

V. Adjudicar. ["wisely. 

Ajuizadamanta, adv. pradentl^« 
Ajuizado, a, pp. adj. judgeo» 

prudent, wiae. 
A|uizar, vn. to jud^, to fona a 

judgment, an opinion, to appre- 

ciate, to estimate — de mna 

cousay to judge of a thing. 
Ajular, va. (a sea term) to drive 

to the leeward. [togetber, 

Ajuntadamyente, t^v. ^ointhr,, 
Ajuntado, a, pp, adj. joinea, 

assembled. 
Ajuntador, adj. and sm. be -vbo 

Í'oina or assembles ; coUector. 
untadouro, sm. a place -where 
are assembled the waters of 
raln« 

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tvi-.vS^ * lia. \ô *awsá^«^^ ^ 



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match, to coUect, to join tóge- 

ther. — to treasure, to hoard. 
Ajuntavel, adj. 2 g. that can be 

assembled or joined. 
Ajuntavelinente, adv, sociably. 
Ajuraxnentadaxnente, adv. hav- 

ing preceded an oath. 
Aloramentado, a, pp. adj. that 

ias been put to his oath, obliged 

by oath. 
Ajuramentar , va. to give an 

oath, to affirm by oath. Ajura- 

mentar-se, vr. to tie one's self 

by an oath. [of Brazil). 

Ajuratiba, sf. ajuratiba (a shrub 
Ajustada, sf. {herald.) a couched 

dart or spear. 
Ajustado, a, pp. adj. adjusted, 

stipulated ; proper, wise. ffo- 

mem — , a sober man. 
Ajustamento, sm. the act of ad- 

justinç; order, disposition, re- 

conciliation. 
Ajustar, va. to adjust, to íit a 

thing to another. — as contas^ 

to settle accounts. Ajustar-se^ 

vr. to agree, to make an agree- 

ment. — aos tempos, to conform 

to the times. 
Ajuste, sm. agreement, contract. 

— de contai, the settling of 

accounts. 
Al, adv. otherwise. — não disse, 

he said no more. 
Alá, adv. {anc.) there, yonder. 
Ala, sf. wing of an army. 
Alabado, a, pp. adj. praised. 
Alabanclosamente, adv. brag- 

gingly, boastingly. 
Alabanoioso, a, adj. boasting of. 
Alabão, sm. and adj. Gado — , 

milky ewes. [mend. 

Alabar, va. to praise, to com- 
Alabarar, va. and its derivated. 

V. Alapardar-se. 
Alabarda, sf. a halberd. 
Alabardada, sf. a blow of a 

halberd. [halbardier. 

Alabardeiro, sm. halberdeer or 
Alabastrino, a, adj. white as 

alabaster. [alabastrum. 

JÊJaJbastrJto, a, sm. aiabastrites, 

-AlahBster, sm. alabaster; (fio.) 

ereat whíteness, ' v/ y / 



Alacil, sm. the juice of granes 
and olives. [fat. 

Alacoado, a, adj. rubicund and 

Alacrae or Alacrão, sm. a scor- 
pion. [Lacrar. 

AÍacrar, va. and its derivated. Y. 

Alacridade, sf. alacrity, cheer- 
fulness. [that has wings. 

Alado, a, adj. win^ed, aliferous, 

Aladroado, a, adj. that is in- 
clined for stealing. [ingly- 

Alagadamente, adv. overflow- 

Alagadeira , sf. a prodigal wo- 
man, a spsndthrift. 

Alagadiceiro , adj. that grazes 
on the marshy ground (speak- 
ingofanox). [moory. 

Alagadiço, a, adj. marshy, fenny, 

Alagado, Aypp. adj. overflowed; 
{fig.) filled up. 

Alagador, sm. a great eater, a 
spendthrift. — , adj. that over- 
flows. [tion, overílow. 

Alagamento , sm. an inunda- 

Alagar, va. to overflow, to inun- 
date, to sink. Alagar-se, vr. to 
be overflowed, sunk, submer- 
ged. [Lagoa. 

Alagoa, sf. moor, fen, marsh. V. 

Alagoso, a, adj. sunk ; that over- 
flows or inundates. 

A la grande, adv. with magnifí- 
cence. Viver — to live sump- 
tuously. [moor. 

Alaguna , sf. lagoon , a little 

Alam, sm. a Dull-dog. 

Alamar, sm. a silken, gold, or 
silver loop to lace clothes with. 

Alambazadamente , adv. with 
gluttony. 

Alambazado, a, adj. shapeless, 
ill shaped ; bulky. [self. 

Alambazar-se, vr. to eram one's 

Alambel, sm. Y. Lambei. 

Alambicadamente, adv. as dls- 
tilled by alembic, exquisitely, 
affectedly. [refined. 

Alambicado, a, pp. adj. distillcd, 

Alambicar, va. to distil, to re- 
fine ; ifig.) to subtilize. 

Alambique, sm. alembic, still. 

Alambor, sm. the scarn of the 

1 Alamborado, a, pp. adj. ^\o^j^^. 



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Alamborar, va. to build a "wall 

^ith. scarps. 
Alazubra, sf. the black poplar. 
Alambre, sm, amber. 
Alazubreado, a, adj. amber-co- 

loured. 
Alameda, sf. a poplar grove; 

walk planted 'witn poplars. 
Alamedado, a, pp. adQ. planted 

with poplars, or any other trees. 
Alamedsir, va. to make groves 

"with regularity. 
Alaxuirô, sm. alamiré, the sixth 

note in the scale of music. 
Alaxno, sm. poplar-tree. — alvar, 

the beech-tree. [pada. 

Alaxnpada, sf. lamp. V. Lam- 
Alampadario or Lampadário, 

sm. lampadary. 
Alam.padeiro, sm. lamp-post ; a 

bar of iron for supçorting the 

lamp. [with a lance. 

Alanceado, a, pp. adj. wounded 
Alanceam^ento, sm. the act of 

wounding with a lance. 
Alancear, va. to wound with a 

lance or spear. [sháped. 

Alandeado, a, adj. (bot.) acorn- 
Alanhado, a, pp. adj. paunched. 
Alan ti ar, va. to paunch, to pierce; 

to rip the belly. 
Alanos, sm. pi. Alains. 
Alantoides, sf. {anat.) allan- 

toides, one of the coats belong- 

ing to a child in the womb. 
Alão, sm. mastiff-dog, bull-dog; 

a large hunting dog. 
Alapardado, a, pp.aaj. crouched, 

concealed. [conceided. 

Alapardar-se, vr. to lie squat. 
Alar, va. to hawl, to ascend. 

Alar-sCj vr. to be hawled, to 

advance one's self to. 
Alaranjado, a, adj. orange-co- 

loured. 
Alardeadeira and Alardoa- 

deira, sf. she that flatters, 

boaster. [boasted. 

Alardeado, a, pp.adj. mentioned, 
Alaxtleador, sm. flatterer, boas- 
ter. [boasting, ostentatlon. 
Alardeamento , sm, the act oí 
Alardear, va. to represent» to 

boast, to mentiou. 



Alardo , sm. a muster ; shew, 

parade. [amply. 

Alargadamente, adv. largely, 
Alargado, a, pp. adj. dilated, 

enlarged. 
Alargamento, sm. dilatation ; 

the act of stretching, 
Alajc^ar, va. to stretch, to en- 

large, to widen. 
Alarido, sm. cry, clamour, shout. 
Alarif e , sm. {anc.) architect, 

master builder. [Arma. 

Alarma, adv. {loc.) alarm. Y. 
Alarvaria, sf. brutality, glut- 

tony. 
Alsirve, sm. a Moor, an Arab; 

a rustical , stupid fellow ; a 

glutton. 
Alastradamente , adv. in the 

manner as ships are ballasted. 
Alastradeira, adj. f. that covers 

aU over. 
Alastrador, adj. m. that covers 

ali over. 
Alastrar, va. to ballast a ship; 

to strew, to cover ali over. 
Alatinadamente, adv. according 

to the latin langua^e. 
Alatinado, a, pp. adj. latinized. 
Alatinar, va. to latinize. 
Alaudado, adj. lute-shaped. 
Alaúde, sm. a lute. 
Alavanca, sf. a hand-spike, a 

lever. 
Alavão, sm. a flock of female 

sheep that give suck. 
Alavercado, a, pp. adj. squat; 

(/ígf.) humbled, abased. 
Alavercar, vn. to humble one's 

self, to squat. 
Alavoeiro, sm. the shepherd of 

the flocks called alavões. 
Alazão, ã, adj. a sorrel horse. — 

tostado, a dark sorrel horse. — 

clarOy a bright sorrel horse. — 

aceso, a red oay horse. 
Albaoar, sm. a *kind of tower in 

the old fortiílcations. 
Albacor or Albacóra, sf. a iish 

like the tunny. [iish. 

Albafar or Alb^Q!c«.^ %V "a^ vkx:%^ 
AlbansL, sm. %sà. oAj» t^^vi'^ •^^ 

A>\%ft Tda., sf . a. ^íicaívs^^ «-^^^^^ 



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ALC 



Albardado, a, pp. adj. saddled 
vith a pack-sadale. JFatias — (zs, 
slices of'bread covered with 
flour, beaten eggs, etc. and 
fried. 

Albardadura, sf. or Albarda- 
mento, sm. the putting a pack- 
saddle upon a beast. 

Albardão, sm. a large saddle. 

Albardar, va. to put a pack- 
saddle upon a beast. 

Albardeira, adj. Rosa — » piony, 
hill ro3e. 

Albardeiro, sm. one who makes 

Eack-saddíes, saddler; ijig.) a 
otcher. 
Albardilba, sf. a kind of snare 
to catch hawks with ; a little 

Íjack-saddle. 
barra, sf. a wild onion. Y. Ce- 
bola. 
Albarrada, sf. flower pot "with 

two handles; a sort of water 

pot; a wall of stones without 

mortar. 
Albarrado, a, adj. that has any 

thing that serves to lean upon, 

having back (speaking of 

chairs, etc). 
Albarrana, sf. sort of tower. 
Albatroz, sm. {nat. hist.) alba- 

tross. 
Albena, sf. a kind of grane. 
Albergado, a, pp. adj. loaged. 
Albergador. sm. and adj, ne that 

lodges or shelters. 
Albergagem, sf. the right that 

had the patron of a monastery 

of being lodged in it. 
Albergaxuento, sm. the act of 

lodging. 
Albergar, va. to lodge. Alber^fcar- 

SBy vr. to resort to a place, to 

lodge. 
Albergaria, sf lodging, inn. 
Albergate, s. {ane.) a sort of 

light shoe. 
Albergue, sm. lodging, inn. 
Albergueiro, sm. a host, land- 

lord ; inn-keeper. 

Albemoz or AUiomoz, sm. a 

sort ofupper garment. 

-^ertinst. sf. (àoQ a «hrub of 
BraziJ. ' 



Albetoça, sf. a little ship used in 

índia. [beard. 

Albibarba, adj. that has grey 
Albicante, sm. (j/ard.) a kind of 

anemony. 
Albicaudia, adj. {nat. hist.) thajfc 

has a white tail. 
Albicerata, sf. a kind of ãg tree. 
Albicome, adi. 2 g. {nat. hist.) 

that has wnite antennjae or 

horns. 
AlbificaçSo or AlbaçSo, sf. 

{chem.) dealbation, whitening. 
Albiflore, adj. 2 g. {bot.) that has 

white flowers. 
Albimaculado, a, adj. {nat. hist.) 

that has white spots. 
Albinisxno, sm. {med.) congemal 

anomaly; partial or total ab- 

sence of colour. 
Albino, a, s. person nnnatnrally 

white. — , s. AJbinos, name gíyen 

to the white negrões of Airica. 
Albipedd, adj. 2 g. that has white 

feet. 
Albizo, 5771. fuUer^s earth, loam. 
Albor or Alvor, sm. the break 

of day. fexchanged. 

Alborcado, a, pp. adj. bartered. 
Alborcar, vn. to barter, to ex- 

change. 
Albores, sm. pi. beginning. 
Alborotar, va. and derivated. Y. 

Alvorotar. 
Alborqoe, sm. a barter, an ex- 

change. 
Albricoque, sm. apricot. 
Albrico(iaeiro, sm. apricot-tree. 
Albufeira, sf. a frith ; a meer or 

marsh full of sea water; the 

dregs or lees of oil. 
Albugem, sf. albugo; pearl in. 

the eye. 
AlbugUiea, sf. albuginea, con- 

junctiva; one of the coats of 

the eye. 
Albuglneo, a, adj. albugixieoiis. 
Álbum, sm. album. 
Albuxnina, sf. albumen. 
Albomo, sm. {bot.) alburn, albtir- 

num. 
Alcaçar, Alcácer or Alcazar, 

sm* Mooriah. palace; fortress^ 

castle. 



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AJoaçaria, sf. a place in Lisbon 

where the tanners live. 
▲Icacer^ sm. green barley» or 

grass cut for norses. 
Alcachofra, sf. artichoke. 
Alcachofrado, a, adj. artichoke- 

like, artichoke-shaped. 
AJcachofral, sm. the place ^çrhere 

artichokes grow. [or castle. 
Alcáçova, sf. an old fortress 
Alcaçuz or Alcassus, sm. lico- 

rice or liquorice. 
Alcadefe> sm. a sort of earthen 

pot used by vintners. 
Alcaicl]AS, sf. pL {a sea term) the 

spaces between the -wales. V. 

Álcaxas. 
Alcaidaria, sf. the ofâce and 

power of an alcaid. 
Alcaide, sm. alcaid, alcaid; a 

sort of magistrate; constable; 

bailif. [of censns. 

Alcaiz, sm. a registar; a book 
Alcaldamente, sm. a dutj paid 

ín the custom house for prohi- 

bited goods. [chant. 

Alcaldar, va. to traffic as a mer- 
Aloalescente, adj. 2 g. {chem.) 

alkalescent. 
Alcali, sm. alkali or alcali. 
Alcalico, a, adj. {chem.) that has 

the qualities of alkali. 
Alcamnetro, sm. alkalimeter. 
Alcalino, a, adj. {chem.) alkaline. 
Aloalisação, sf. {chem,) álkali- 

sation. 
Alcalisar, va. to alkaiisate. 
Aloaxnunia or Alcomunia, sf, a 

mixture of honey and flonr. 
AloanoaraLro , sm. a sort * of 

timbrei. 
Alcancasif sm. an antidote 

against fevers. 
Ali»nçadlço, a, adj, fhat xnay 

be easily obtained. 
Alcançado» a, pp, adj, obtained, 

ftNMshed. [obtains. 

Aloiiliçador, sm. and adj. he that 
Alcançadura, sf. a blov, hnrt, 

a wound -which horses receive 

by mbbing their feet one 

against another. 

Aloanpmnanto, sm. the acl oí 
obftíjimg. 



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Alcançar, va. to reach, to obtain, 
to get; to understand. Álcan- 
çar-se^ vr. to knock and rub one 
heel against another as some 
horses do. 

Alcance, sm. the act of oyev- 
taking; an express. 

Alcandora > sf. a perch for a 
hawk. 

Alcandoradamente. adv. inhi^h 
flown manner or style. 

Alcandorado, a, adj, perched; 
{fig.) exalted. [self. 

Alcandorar se, vr. to exalt one'8 

Alcaneve, sm. h^mp. 

Alcanfor or Alcamphor» sm» 
caraphor or caniphire. 

Alcaníorado, a, pp. adj. cam- 

Í)horated. 
canforar, va. to camphor. 
Alcaníoreiro , sm, {bot.) camt- 

phire-tree. 
Aloanna, sf. alcanna, alkanet. 
Alcantil, sm. {anc.) declivity. 
Alcantilada, sf. steep heignt of 

a place, slopeness. 
Alcantiladamente, adv. perpen- 

dicularly. 
AlcantUado, a, pp. adj. steep, of 

diflicult ascent. 
Alcantilar, va. to plough. 
Alcanzia, sf. a thin pot full of 

ashes or no^çrers, and formerly 

of combustible matters, a sort 

of grenade. 
Alcaparra, sf. caper; a shmb 

bearing capers. 
Alcaparrado« a, adj. seasoned, 

dressed with capers. 
Alcaparral, sm. a place "where 

capers grow. 
Alcaparreira, sf. caper-tree. 
Alcaparreiro, sm. he that sells 

capers. 
Alçar, sm. a sort of cistns. 
AlcaravSo, sm. bittern. 
Alcaravez or Alcaravlz, sm. the 

hoUow iron tube through Avhich 

the wind goes into the forge. 
Alcarccva, sf. a lake of rain 

water. [\n the aand. 

AloaorVa, sf . «u ^\w!i\. \hs»x. ^«^^ 



ALÇ — 48 — ALC 

birds of prey before clawing 1 ing heavy bodies; a pincer; 

"^'' a gin, a snare. 

Alçapremado, a, pp. adj. raised 
with the lever. ' 



their prey. 
Alcatêa or Alcateia, sf, a herd 

orskulk of wolves. 
Alcatifa, sf. a carpet. 
Alcatifado, a, pp. adj. carpeted, 

spread with carpets. 
Alcatifar, va. to carpet. 
Alcatifeiro, sm. a carpet-maker. 
Alcatra, sf. a rump of beef. 
Alcatrão, sm. pitcn and tar. 
Alcatrate, sm. gunnel, part of 

the keel of a ship. 
Alcatraz, sm. a sea-fowl ; a bone- 

setter. [rump. 

Alcatreiro, sm. that has a large 
Alcatroado, a, pp. adj. tarred, 

daubed with pitch. 
Alcatroar, va. to tar, to daub 

with pitch. 
Alcatroeiro, sm, one that makes 

or sells tar. 
Alcatruz, sm. an earthen bucket 

fixed to the wheel of a nora (a 

water ensine). [edlv. 

Alcatruzadaznente, adv. crook- 
Alcatruzado, a, pp. adj. crooked; 

furnished with ouckets. 
Alcatxuzar, va. to crook. Alca- 

truzar-se^ vr. to bend, to grow 

crooked. [Sisa. 

Alcavala, sf. alcavala (a tax). V. 
Alcavaleiro, sm. he that takes 

to hire the excises of a town. 
Alça, sf. a piece of leather to 

make the snoe a little wider. 
Alçacuello, sm. a veii formerly 

used to cover the neck, gorget. 

Alçada, sf. the juridiction and 

)ower which some judges in 

Portugal have upon such limits. 
Alçadeira, sf. braces, that which 

holds up. 
Alçado, a, pp. adj. raised higher. 
Alçador, sm. a bankrupt; he 

that lifts up any thing. 
Alçalâ, sf. an earthern cup. 
Alçaxnento, sm. the act of rais- 

ing higher. 
Alçapão, sm. a trap, trap-door. 
Alçapè, sm. a gin used by sports- 

men; trip. [hu| 



Alçapremar, va. to raise with 

the lever. 
Alçar, va. to raise, to raise 

higher. Alçar-se^ vr. to raise up 

one's self.' — com dividas ^ to 

turn bankrupt. 
Alce, sm. {nat. hist.) alce or elk. 
Alcea, sf. {bot.) alcea. 
Alcear, va. {a sea term). — um 

moitão^ to strop a block. 
Alcedones, sm. pi. V. Alcyon. 
Alchazar, sm. the place where 

grows the barley that is not 

eared. 
Alchechenges or Alkekenges, 

sm. winter cherries, alkakengy. 
Alchemilla, sf. [bot.) alchimula 

vulgaris. 
Alcherivia, sf. V. Cherivia. 
Alchixnia or Alquimia, sf. ai- 

chimy. [terated, falsified. 

Alchimiado, a, adj. false, adul- 
Alchimico, a, adj. alchymic, 

alchymical. 
Alchimista, sm. alchymist. 
Alcioneo, adj. alcyon, halcyon; 

ifig.) placid, quiet. 
Alcoceifa, sf. a brothel. 
Alcofa, sf. a âag basket ; {fig.) a 

pimp. 
Alcoforado, a, adj. anointed with 

antimony or alcohol. 
Alcoforar, va. {anc.) topaint. 
Alcohol, sm. {chem.) alcohol or 

alkool. 
Alcoholato, sm. liquid medica- 

ment resulting of the distilla- 

tion of alcohol. 
Alcoholico, a. adj. alcoholic. 
Alcoholizado, a, pp. adj. alcoho- 

lized. 
Alcoholizar, va. {chem.) to esti- 
lize, to alcoholize, to rectinr. 
Alcoholometro , sm. alcònolo- 

meter. 
«Alcolêa, s. aliment used by the 

Moors. 



me/j; irip. L^ug. Alconado, a, ae^'. fallow colour. 

■AlçapemsL, sf. trip, the corniâi \ AlcoT, sm. (astr!\ vv \v\X\<íí «Vax Va. 
-^çaprema, sf. a lever for mov- \ the \av\ ot Ú10 ^xe^xXi^w:, 



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JJcorana, sf. alcoran (slender 

and high turret in Turkey). 
Alcoranista, sm. alkoranist. 
AlooxSo, sm. alcoran or alkoran. 
Alcorça or Alcorce, sf. a paste 

or dough made of fine sugar; 

{fig) a very nice thing. 
Aloorcova, sm. a hunch in the 

back or breast. V. Corcova. 
Alcorcovado, a, pp.adj. hunched, 

crook-backed. 
Alcorcovar-se, vr. to bow down» 

to grow crooked. 
Alcomoque, sm. a cork-tree. 
Alcorovia, sf. carawav-seed. 
Aloorque, sm. a kina of clogs 

having bark soles. 
AlcoucOf sm. Casa de — , a bro- 

thel. 
Alcouceiro, sm. he that has a 

bawdy-house, a brothel. 
Alcova, sf. an alcove. 
Alcovetar, va. and derivated. V. 

Alcovitar. 
Alcovitado, a, pp. adi. procured, 

ofTered, disturbed oy a pimp 

or bawd. [to procure. 

Alcovitar, va. to pimp, to bawd, 
iúoovitaria, sf. tne act of pro- 

curing. 
Alcoviteira, sf. a bawd. 
Alcoviteiro, sm. a procurer, a 

pimp or pander. 
Alcoviterla, sf. pimping. 
Alcovitice, sf. procuring or pimp- 
ing ; a bawd's trade. 
Alcunha, sf. surname, nick-name. 
Alcunhado, a, adj. by-named, 

surnaraed. 
Alcupetor, sm. a kind of fish. 
Alcuscuz, sm. a paste or dough 

of flour used by th^ Moors. 
Alçuz, sm. a kind of camphor. 
Alcyon or Halcyon, sm. alcyon, 

haJcyon. 
Alcyoneo, adj, appertaining to 

the alcyon ; quiet, peaceable. 
Aldeã, sf. a countrywoman. 
Aldeado, a, adj. divided into vil- 

lages. 
Aldeamente, adv. in the manner 

of the couDtrj people. 
Aldeão ar AldeiaiOy sm. a coun- 
trymanf a vUlager. 



Aldèa or Aldeia, sf. a village. 
Aldear, va. to dispose, to divido 

into villages. 
Aldebaram or Aldebaran, sm. 

(astron.) aldebaran (star). 
Aldrahão, sm. (in a coach) tho 

piece to which the main braces 

are fastened. [pink. 

Aldramão, sm. (bot.) a kind of 
Aldrava or Aldraba, sf. the 

knocker of a door. 
Aldravado, a, pp. adi. shut, 

closed with a latcn. Aidravada^ 

sf. a knock or rap at a door. 
Aldravar, va. to latch, to fasten, 

to close. 
Aldrope, sm. V. Gualdrope. 
Alô {anc.)^ a word of joy. 
Alea, sf. a walk, an alley. — , s. an 

elephant without tusks. 
Alealdado, a.pp. adj. manifested 

in the custom-house. 
Alealdamento, sm. the act of 

manifesting goods in the cus- 
tom-house. [custom-house. 
Alealdar, va. to manifest in the 
Alear, vn. to beat, to clap the 

wings, to flutter. 
Aleatório, a, adj. eventual, ha- 

zardous. Contracto — , subject to 

chances. [mary. 

Alecrim, sm. {pot.) garden rose- 
Alecto, sf. {mythol.) Alecto one 

of the furies. 
Alectoria, sf. alectoria, the cock- 

stone or capon-stone. 
Alectoromancia, sf. alectoro- 

mancy. 
Alectridas, sf. pi. {nat. hist.) gal- 

linaceous fowls. 
Alectro, sm. {bot.) a kind of 

monopetalous plant. 
Alefriz or Alefrls, sm. {a sea 

term) a rabbet ; concavity made 

in building ships to place the 

side planks. [Altegação. 

Alegação, sf. and derivated. V. 
Alegrado, a, pp. adj. rejoiced, 

gladdened. 
Alegrador, sm. gladder. 
Alegramento^ «m. (^auc.\ i^^ ^<^^ 

oi Te\ovcm^. 
\ Alegrào, sm. í. ^«ti&.\. «?^!»»J^^ 



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Alegrar, va. to rejoice, to glad- 
den, to cheer. Aiegrar-se^ vr. to 
rcjoice, to be glad or merry, to 
enjoy one's self. 

Alegre, adj. 2 g. merry, cheerftil. 
Tempo — , clear weather. 

Alegremente» adv. cheerfullj; 
joyfully. 

Alegrete, adj. 2 g. somewbat 
merry. — sní. a case of vood, 
filled with earth vherein flov- 
ers are planted. [falneas. 

Alegria, sf. joy, gladness, cheer- 

Alegro or Alegreto, adj, {mus.) 
allegro, allegretto. 

Aleijado , a , pp. adj. lamed , 
mairaed, lame. 

Aleijão, sm. lameness. 

Aleijar, va. to lame, to maim, to 
cripple. — vn, to lose the usage 
of a member. [milk. 

Aleitar, va. to nourish witb 

Aleive, sm. a calunmy, ^se ac- 
cusation. 

Aleivosamente, adv. treacber- 
oualy, calumniously. 

AleWoaia, sf. calumny, treach- 
ery, slander. [treacherous. 

Aleivoso, a, adj. calumnious, 

Aleixado, a, pp. adj. remoto» se- 
parated. 

AÍeixar, va. {anc.) to separate ; to 
part. Aleixar-se^ vr. to separate 
one's self from another. 

Alè-larga, s. {a sea term). Cabos 
de — , cables with 'which is 
made the work. of a sbip. 

Aleli, sm. V. Goivo. 

Alem^prep. beyond, ou the further 
side. — de, besides. 

Alemão, sm. Y. Allemão. 

Alemeda, sf. V. Alameda. 

Alem-mar, sm. across the sea, 
beyond sea. [Aíamo. 

Alemo, sm. the poplar-tree. V. 

Alentadamente , adv. coara- 
geously, stoutly. 

Alentado, a, pp. adj. atout, cou- 
rageous, valiant 

Alentar, va. to animate, to nou- 
rish, to feed ; to incite. 

jUento, sm. breath, respiration; 
vigourt strengtb of body a&d 

miad. 



Alentos, sm. pi. an ornament in 

both sides ot the veil that cov«efii 

the bead of some nuns. 
Aleo, sm. a staff, stick. 
Aleonado, a, adj. ta\irny, mnrrey^» 

of a yellowish dark colour. 
Alequeado, a, adi. {bot.) having 

the leayes as a fan. 
Alerta, sf. Estar -^ to stand 

upon one's guard. — adv. care- 

fúlly. 
Alertar, va. to cry ont, to tako 

care, to give alarm. Atertat-^ 

vr. to be vigilant, prepared. 
Alesnordeste, adv. loc {at «oo^ 

for the east-north-east. 
Alestado, a, j9p. adj. quicktready, 

smart. 
Alestar, va. to make ready^, to 

clear, to remove incumbrance. 
Aleto or Aletho, sm. a kinâ of 

ha-wk. 
Aletria, sf. vermicelli. 
Aletriado, a, adj. rermleelli like. 
Aletrieiro, sf. vermicelli manu- 

facturer. 
Alevadouro, sm. a stick to set 

higher or lower the stone in an 

ass or horse mill. 
Alevantadiço, a, adj. tnrbulent; 

mutinous, troublesome. 
Alevantado, a, pp. adj. revolted; 

lofty, proud. 
Alevantamento, sm. the act of 

rising. 
Alevantar, va. Y. Levantar and 

derivated. 
Alexandrino, a, adj. alexaiíe- 

drian. 
Alfa, sm. Y. Alpha. 
Alfabaca or Alfavaca, sf. (bof.) 

a kínd of broad leaved garden- 

basil. — de cobra^ the berb pel- 

litory of the virall. 
Alfabeto, sm. and derivated. Y. 

Alphaieto. 
AUace, sf. {bot.) lettuce. — bmBUy 

a sort of "vrild lettuce. Alfacinha^ 

a small lettuce. — a nick-name 

^ven to the natives of Lisbon. 
AUaços, sm. pi. a sort of mush- 

room. 
Alfagenxe^ «m. b.e frho seta off 

swords. 



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Alfaias, sf.pl. housebold fúrni- 

tare. [adomed. 

Alfaiado, a, pp. adj. furnished, 
Alfaiar, va. to furnish, to adem. 

Alfaiar-^e^ vr. to furnish one^s 

house. 
Alfaiate, sm. a tailor. 
Alfama, sf. the most ancíent 

"ward of the city of Lisboa. 
Alfambar, sm. a covering of 

coarse red wool. 
Alíanado, a, pp. adj. combed, 

dressed ; {fig.) neat. 
Alfanar, va. to comb, to drets, 

to attire. 
Alfandega, sf. custom-honse^ 

Direitos de — , custoras or duties. 
Alfandegado, a, pp. adj. that 

has paid duties. 
Alfandegar, va. to custom, to 

pay the duty at the custom- 

nouse. [house officer. 

Alfandegueiro , sm. costom- 
Alfanecpie, sm. the hawk called 

a lanner. 
Alfemge, sm. cutlass, scimitar. 
Alfanfada, sf. a blow of a sci- 
mitar. [scimitar. 
Alfanjado, a, adj. {bot.) like a 
Alfaque, sm. a shelf or heap of 

sand in the sea. 
Alfaqnieqne, am. a messenger. 
Alfaqui, sm. fakir (a sort of deiv 

vise). [called gold-âáh. 

Alfaquim, sm. {nat. hist.) a fish 
Alfaraz, adj. CavaUo — , a Ught 

horse. 
Alfareme, sm. {anc.) a coif or 

veil amonç the Arabians. 
Alfario, adj. CavaUo — , a horse 

that lifts up the forefeet too 

much in paciug. 
Alfarrábio, sm. any old book. 
Alfarrabista, sm. a second haad 

bookseller. 
Alfarreca, sf. a -wig. [mau. 

Alfarricoque, sm. (vu^.) a little 
Alfarroba, sf. carob, carob bean. 
Alfarrobeira, sf. {bot.) carob 

tree. [path. 

Alfazar, sm. a spacious way or 
AlfagflTna, sf. [bot.) lavender. 
A lftiira i n ado, ti^pp, adj, perfoxaed 
witb JAvender, 



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Alfazemar, va. to perfume -wltk 

lavender. 
Alfeça, sf. smith'8 anvil. Y. So^ 

fradeira. [without milk. 

Aifeire, sm. a í!ock of ewes 
Alfeireiro, sm. a herdsman. 
Alfeizar, sm. the stick laid acroas 

in a saw to hold it fast. 
Alfeloa, sf. the paste of melasses ; 

sweet-meat made of sugar. 
Alfeloeiro, sm. he that makes or 

sells the paste of melasses. 
Alfena or Alfeneiro, sm. privet 

or prime-print. 
Alienado, a, pp, adj. that is of a 

privetrcolour. [privet. 

Auenar, va. to dye -veith aust of 
Alfenim, sm. a paste made of 

sugar. Hiniiiate. 

Alfeminado, a, adj. sou, effe- 
Alferce, sm. a mattock, or plck' 

axe. 
Alferena, sf. the standard that 

was brought by the ensign in 

the time of war. 
Alferes, wi. an ensign ; a stand- 

ard-bearer. uion, tumnl^ 

Alfetena, sf. (anc.) discord, sedi- 
Alfixn, cuív. at last, at the end, in 

fine. [pin. 

Alfinetada, sf. a prick witb a 
Alfinetado, a, adf. {bot.) Folha 

— a, a leaf like a needie or pin. 
Alfinete, sm. a pin. 
Alfineteiro, sm. a pin-maker. 
Alfitete, sm. a sort of ragout. 
Alfitra, sf. a duty paid by the 

Moors in former times (in Por* 

tugal). 
Altcwre or Alf orbe, sm. a fnrrow 

for llie conveyance of the watec 

in a garden. 
Alfombra, sf. a carpet. 
Alfonsim, sm. sort of silver coin ; 

a íish so called. 
Alforfião, «m. euphorbiuro. 
Alforfilhar, na. to sneak, to fly» 

to ron away. 
Alforge, sm. a Tirallet. 
Alfor ja, sf. [bot.) sengreen, a sort 

ofherb. 



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Alforjar, va. to âll a wallet with 

provisions. 
Auorra, sf. mildew. 
▲If orrado, a, pp.adj. blast (speak- 

ing of com). [blast (corn). 

Alforrar, va. to blast, — vn. to be 
Alíorrecas , sf. pi. sea-weed , 

varech. 
Alforria, sf. infranchisement. 
Alforriado, a, pp. adj. infran- 

chised. [give liberty. 

Alforriar, va. to iniranchise, to 
Alforvas or Alforfas, sf. pi. the 

herb fennugreek. 
Alfos or Alphos, sm. isurg.) al- 

phus, white spots on tne skm. 
AÍfostigo, sm. the pistach nnt. 
Alfoz, sm. [anc.) distnct, country. 
Alfridarla, sf. alfridary, a tempo- 

rary power which astrologers 

imagine that the planets have 

over the life of any person. 
Alfagera or Alfuja, sf. a narrov 

lane that serves as a common 

sink. 
•^g^i sf' ^S^i sea-grass. 
Algalia, sf. civet, civet cat; a 

f)robe or catheter; tent. 
gaUar-se, vr. it is said of 

people meeting for some amU' 

sement, pilgrimage, etc. 
Alganaxne, sm. {anc.) the fírst 

herdsman. 
Algar, sm. a cave. [flict. 

Algara, sf. military faction, con- 
Algaravia, sf. the Arabic tongue; 

gibberish, j árgon. 
Algaraviar, va. and vn. to talk 

gibberish. [metic. 

Algarismo, sm. algorism, arith- 
Algarvio, a, adj. and «m. native 

of, or belonging to Algarve. 
Algaz, sm. little date. 
Algazarra, sf. the war shout of 

W.Q Moors. 
Algazn, s. {anc.) a picklock. 
Álgebra, sf. álgebra; the art of 

bone-setting. [gebraical. 

Algébrico, a, adj. algeoraic, al- 
Algebrista, sm, algebraist; a 

bont-setter. [to álgebra. 

Alfrebrizado, a, pp. adj. relative 
■AJffebrizar, vn. to study aJg-ebra. 
— ikz. to speak upon álgebra, j 



Algedo, sm. {med.) algedoJ 
Algela, sf. a little encampment 

with few soldiers. 
Algemado, a, pp. adj. manacled. 
Algemar, va. to manacle, to 
shackle. [fetters 

Algemas, sf. pi. manacles, hand- 
Algente, adj. 2 g. {poet.) that is 

very cold. 

Algeravia, sf. a sort of morning 

gown. [of fishing net. 

Algerife or Algerive, sm. a sort 

Algerifeiro, sm. {anc.) he that 

fishes with a very long net. 
Algeroth, sm. algarot or algarel. 
Alçferoz or Algiroz, sm. a gutter- 

tile. 
Algibe, sm. a cistern. 
Algibebe, sm. a tailor who sells 

clothes ready made. 
Algibeira, sf. a pocket. Dinheiro 

para a — , pocket-money. 
Algibeta, sf. a kind of cassock 

worn by students. 
Algibetcuria, sf. the street or place 
where ready made clothes are 
sold. 
Algido, a, adj. cold, chiily, algíd. 

Pebre algida^ algid fever. 
Algirão, sm. the mouth or that 
part of the net through which 
the tunny falis into it. 
Algo, sm. something, anything; 

wealth, riches, fortune. 
Algodão, sm. cotton. 
Algodoal, sm. a plantatlon of 
cotton. [cotton. 

Algodoaria, sf. a plantation of 
Algodoeiro, sm. the cotton- tree. 
Algor, sm. {med.) algor, extreme 

cold. 
Algorabão or Algourovão, sm. 

{nai. hist.) a large crane. 
Algoso, a, adi. algous, pertainiug 

to sea-weed. 

Algoz, sm. hangman, the public 

executioner; Xfig.) he that is 

cruel. [man. 

Algozarla, sf. the office of hang- 

Alqozil or Alguazil, sm. {anc.) 

alguazil. [the tily. 

Algaale, «m. {bot.) a plant like to 

Alguém., pron. relat. qji^ ind^f. 

somebody, aome one. 



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Algnergo^do, a, adj. checkered. 

Alguergue, «m. a sort of play 
like draughts ; a large stone in 
an oil-press. 

Alguidaur, sm. an earthen pan. 

Algum, a, adj.part. some. — tan- 
to^ somewhat, a little. 

Algures, adv. somewhere, in 
some place. 

Alhada, sf. a kind of dishsca- 
soned with garlick; {fig.) any in- 
tricate affair [smootned. 

Alhanado, a, pp. adj, levelled, 

Alhanar, va, to levei, to smooth. 
Alhanar-se, vr. to humble one*s 
self. [snake. 

Alhanse, adj. t g. tortnous as a 

Alharoa, sf. a meeting of Moors 
for some expedition. 

Alhas, sf. pi. the straw of gar- 
licks ; ifig.) a thing without 
value. 

Alheação, sf. alienation. 

Alheado, a, pp. adj. alienated, 
transfered. — de seu juiso, dis- 
tracted. 
*' Alheador, sm. he that alienates 
by selling, etc. 

Alheamente, adv. with aliena- 
tion. V. Estranhadamente. 

Alheanar, va. V. Alhear. 

Alhear, va. to alienate. Alhear-se^ 
vr. — o sentido a alguém^ to grow 
mad. 

Alheio, a, adj. others ; improper ; 
remote; ignorant. O — , other 
people's property. 

Alheiro, sm. ne that cultivaten or 
sells garlicks. 

Alheta, sf. a sort of broad hem. 
— Sj sf. pi. the buttocks of a ship. 

Alho, sm. garlick — porro, leek. 
Dentes de — , the cloves of gar- 
lick. [place. 

Alhur, adv. elsewhere, in another 

Ali or AUi, adv. there, in that 
place ; thence, afterwards, from 
that time. 

Alias, adv. otherwise, in other 
things; else. 

Aliazar, sm. (anc.) a piece of land 
énclosed by water. 

-àJIOtania, sf, a sort of cotton 
cloth of tAefiast-Indiea 



Alihi, s. alibi (a terra of law). 
Alicaido or Alicahido, a, aJj. 

(poet.) that has fallen -wings. 
Alicantina, sf. a subtle trick. 
Alicantineiro or Alioantina- 

dor, sm. a sharper, he who plays 

subtle tricks. 
Alicate, sm. pliers. 
Alicerce, sm. foundation, the 

lowest part of a building; (fig.) 

ground, reason. 
Aucomio, sm. V. Unicórnio. 
Alicota. V. Aliquota. 
Alidada or Alidade, sf. {matk.) 

cross-staff. 
Alienação, sf. alienation, alie- 

nating; deliriam, insanity. 
Alienado, a, adj. alienated. 
Alienador, sm. alienator. 
Alienamento , sm. alienation , 

allenating. V. Alienação. 
Alienar, va. to alienate, to alien, 

to transfer ; to discord. Alienar- 

se^ vr. to be disordered in the 

understanding. 
Alienatario, sm. he to whom is 

made the alienation of pro- 

perties. 
Anenavel, adj. 2 g. alienable. 
Alienígena, sm. alien or for- 

eigner. 
Alinife, sm. a distemper that 

breaks out in blisters on the 

joints of horses. 
Aliíorm, adj. 2 g. (6o/.) aliform, 

like wings. 
Aligeirado, a,pp. adj. lightened. 
Aligeirar, va. to lighten: {fig.) 

to ease, to relieve. Aligeirar-se, 

vr. to relieve one's self of a 

weight. 
Alígero, a,ady.aliçerous, winged. 
Alijado, a, pp. adj. lightened. 
Alijamento, sm. the act of cast- 

ing goods over-board for the 

{>urpose of making the ship 
ighter. [disburden. 

Alijar, va. to castover board, to 
Alijo, sm. alleviation, ease. 
Alimária, sf. {anc] big cattle\«. 

btMte. ' 
AlVm.exi\A.*qr^o, sf- vXvscv«cv\.\»!C\«^« 
AlimentAdio, ^^ 1>^« o-^V ^^^* 



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Alimentar, va. to nooxish, to feed, 

to maintaui. 
Alimentaros, sm. pi. {boQ plan- 
tas -~, alimentai plantSt 
Alimentario, a, aãj.. alimentarj, 

alimentai. 
Alimenteiro, sm. {ane.) an officer 

of a royal honse. 
Allmentioio, a, adj. alimentai, 

alimentary. 
Alimento, sm, «liniexkt, food, 

nouri&hment. 
Alimentos, sm^. pi. a poxrtion sot- 

tled upon childjren,'wives, eto. 
Alimentoso, a, adj, alimentai, 

nourishing. 
Alimpa, sf. lopping, pruning. 
Alinapadeiras, sf. pi, tho oees 

which go bafore to order, lo 

dear the place -wken tbey are 

removing. 
Alimpado, a, pp, adj, made dear. 
AUmpador, sm. one that clears. 

^^das orelhas^ ear-plcker. — « de 

denteSy tooth-picker» 
Alimpadura« sf. chs^.^^demlhOj 

the bran of millet or any com. 
Alimpamento, sm. cleanliness. 
Alimpar, va. to dean, to deanse; 

to dear. — vn. to justify ; to shed 

(speaking of trees) Áiinmar-se, 

vr. to grow dean; to justiíy one's 

self. [genteel. 

Alindado, a, pp. adj. gentle, 
Alindar, va. to attlre, to make 

handsome. 
Alinevoso, a, adj. (poet.) that 

brings snow in tne wings. 
Alinguetado, a, adj, {bot) ton- 

Çue-shaped. [trim. 

Alinhado, a, pp. adj. trímmed, 
Alinhador, sm. he that forms in 

line. 
Alinhamento, sm. aquaring, l&j- 

ing óut a line. 
Alinhar, va. to form in line; to 

trim, to attire. 
Alinhavado, pp, adj. basted. 
Alinhavào, sm. a long stitch. 
Alinhavar, va. to baste, to sew 

slighúy. [by basUng. 

Alinhavo, sm. the sUtches made 
Alinho, sm. trim, dress^ ornament. 
AJionado, adj. V. Leonada. 



Alipede^ adj. 2 g. aUpede» TiriAg- 

footed. [per-irort. 

Alipivre» sm. the herb githi pep- 
Alipotente, adj.^ g. {poeí.) having 

strong wings ; {fig^ sublime. 
Aliqasinta, adj. and sf. allijoant. 

Parte — , aliciuant part. 
Alicjuebrado, a, adj. that hsus a 

broken wing. 
AUquota, adj. f. (math.) aliquot. 
Alisios, adj. m. pi. (a sea term) 

Ventos — , trade-winds. 
Alistado, a, pp. adj. listed, en- 

roUed. 
AlistaxnentQ, sm. enrolment* 
Alistsu*, va. to enroll, to list. 
Allstrado, a, pp. adj. and devi- 

vated. V. lÁstrado, 
Alistridente, adj. % g. {poet.\ that 

makes noise with wings. 
AUturgico, a, adj. {eccíes.) Dias 

— s, is said in the catholic 

church of the days having not 

particular prayers or offices. 
Aíivadoira, sf. (ane.) a kind of 

boat for unloading ships^ 
Aliveloz, adj. S g. that nies -viihr 

rapidity. [liviar. 

Aliviar, va. and derivated. Y,Al- 
Alizada, sf, {ane.) a sort of Moo- 

rish cloth. 
Alizado, a, pp. adj. smoothed. 
Alizadura, sf. the making 

smooth. 
Alizar, va. to smooth. 
Alizares, sm. pi. the in-ward posts 

of a window. 
Aljaroz, sm. V. Algeroz, 
Aljava, sf. a quiver. 
Aljazar, sm. a piece of dralned 

ground surrounded by sea- 

"water. 
Aljôfar, im- seed-pearl. 
Alíofarado, a, or Aljoírado, a, 

pp. adj. adorned víiib. seed- 

pearls. 
AÍjofarar or Aljofrar, va, to 

adorn with seed-pearls« 
Aljuba, sf. a Moorish garment. 
Aljube, sm. a prison for ecde- 

siastics. [above prison. 

Alliibetro^ sm. the ^aoler of tiie 
Allubeta, sf. a. sat\.o^ ç\^\íílVsi- 



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Al]a33eteiro, «a. be that makes 

aljubetas. [resia. 

Aljua or Allnz, sm. & sort of 
Allah, «m. Aifah, God (in arabic). 
Allantoides, sm, {anat.) aUan- 

toide. [witiL brass. 

Allatoado, a, pp. aaj\ adornod 
jfljlatoaxnento , snu ornamoAt 

wilh brass. 
Allatoar, va. to adom witb braas. 
▲llea, sf. an alley, a row. 
Allegação, sf. an allegation, a 

ouotatton. 
Allegado, a, pp. adj. alleged. — 

sm. (ín law) allegatioiu 
Allegante, adj. 2 g. that aUegea. 
Allegar, va. to allege, to afoxia» 

to declare ; to quote. 
Allegoria, sf. aliegory. 
Allegoricamente, am, alIegQri- 

caliy. 
AUegrorico, a, adj. aUegoriCf alie- 

gorical. 
Allegorista, sm. allegorist. 
AUegorizado, a, pp, adj. aJUego- 

rized. 
Allegorizar, va. to allegorize. 
JHegro, sm. allegro ; a tone to 

be played briskly. 
AUell, sm. V. Gotvo^ 
AUeluia, sm. allelujah (praise 

the Lord.) 
Allehiitioo, a, adj. {ane^ belong^ 

ing to praise. 
Aliem anda , sf. allemande; a 

brisk kind of dance. 
Allemão, ã, adj. and s. Gennan, 

of Germany. 
Alli, adv. there. 
AUiaceo, a, adj. {bot.) alliaceotts, 

pertaining to garlick. 
ATIlada, sf. a kinswomaiu 
Alllado, sm. an ally. 
Alliado, a, pp. adj. allied, unitad. 
Alliaga, sf. thori^broom. 
Alliagar, sm. a place "where 

thorn-brooms grow. 
▲lliagem, sf. {chem.) alloyage, 

alloy, alloying. 
Alliança, sf. alliance. 
AUiançado, a, adj. allied. — » sm. 

ak eonfeder&teSy aJiies. 
•éMUmr, va. to m&ke an alliance, 
» maâch. — , to alloy, to mix. 






ÁlUarsey vr. to enter into an 

alliance. [alone. 

ATTiaria, sf. {bot.) alliaria, sance 
AJUciação» sf. seduction, mis- 

leading. [mialed. 

Allioiado, a, pp. adj. sednced, 
Allffilador, adj. and s. seducer, 

deceiver. 
Allloiante» adj. 2 g. allnríng 

with caresses. [rapt. 

Aniciar, va. to seduce, to cor- 
AHigado, a, pp. adj. united, tied. 
Alligar, va, to tie, to bind. 
Alligator^ sm. alliçator. 
AlliteraçSo, sf. alliteration. 
Alllviaçao, sf. the act and effect 

of relieving. 
AUiviadamentetadv.easnr; yáúi 

ease, comfort. [iieved. 

Alliviado, a, pp. adi. eased, re- 
Alliviador, adj. ana s, that as- 

suages, an assuager. 
Allivuunento, sm. the act and 

effect of relieving. 
Alllviar, va. to ease, to relíeve; 

to soften» to mitigate. — vn. to 

be comforted, assuaged. AlH- 

viar-se^ vr. to comfort one's 

self. [mitigatea. 

Allivioso, a, adj. that assaages, 
Allóf adv. thither. thitherward. 
AlloouQão» sf. allocution, speech, 

address. 
Allodial, adj. 2 a. allodial. 
Allopathia, sf [med.) a ^stem 

of healing provoking a dinerent 

disease. 
AllucinaçSo, sf. hallucination , 

blunder; error. 
Allucinador, adj. and s. that 

blunders or mistakes. 
Allucinar, va. to dazzle, to of- 

fuscate. Allucinar-se, vr. to be 

dazjzled. 
Alludido, a, pp. adj. alluded. 
Alludir, va. to allude. 
AUtisão, sf allusion, a qnibble. 
AlluslTaxnezite, adv. allusively. 
Allusivo, a, adj. allusive, flgu- 

rative 
Allu-vi^o, sf . íí)\vjlsvíxí> iiSM:rfvsfla^> 

moiLdaJLioTi^ ^o^^. 
Alma, sf . ao\vV. .. » 



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the vater that falis down trom 

the -water-wheel. [boat. 

Almadia, sf. almade, an indian 
Almadraqae, sm. a coarse quilt, 

flock or straw bed. 
Alxnadrava, sf, a place into 

whicb the flsbermen drive their 

tunnv-fish. 
Alxnadraveiro, sm. be ihat nsbes 

in the place called almadraoa. 
Almafega, sf. a coarse woollen 

doth. 
Alxnafre, sm. an helmet. 
Almagesto, sm, almagest. 
Almagra, sf. or Almagre, sm. 

red ochre. 
Almagrado, a, pp. adj. marked 

"with red ochre. 
Almagral, sm. a soil abounding 

"with red ochre, 
Almagrar, vo. to mark with red 

ochre. 
Almalnha, sf. a valled garden. 
Almalho, sm. a young frisking 

ox, co-w, or sheep. 
Almanaoh or Almanak, sm. an 

abnanach. [buncle. 

Almandlna, sf. almandina, car- 
Almandra, sf. {anc.) a linen 

counter-point. 
Almanjarra, sf. a piece of wood 

to which a horse is tied in order 

to turn round the mill-stone. 
AJUnargeado, a, pp, adj. turned 

into a field. 
Almargeal, sm. a piece of un- 

tiiled ground by the banks of 

a river. 
Almargear, va. to turn (cattle) 

into the fields. 
Almargem, sf. a piece of un- 

tilled grouna. 
Almargio, a, adj. Besta —a, a 

beast that is turned into the 

íields. 
Almarinho, sm. a little cup- 

board. [board. 

Almario or Armário, sm. a cup- 
Almarraxa, sf. a small earthen 

vessel. 
JUmartagsL, sf. Utbarge. 
-AJmatricha or Almatrica, sf. a 
kjnd of blanket. 
Almazem, sm. Y. Armazém. 



Almea, sf. red storax. 
Almeas, sf. almee or alma, girls 

in Egypt, -whose occuçation is 

to amuse with singing and 

dancing. 
Almece, sm. ^whey, posset. 
Almeoega, sf. gum-mastich. 
Almecegado, a, pp. adj. of gum- 
mastich colour. [mastich. 
Almiecegar , va, to put gum- 
Almeoegueiro , adj. pertaining 

to gum-mastich. 
Almeciga, sf. a gum of an In- 
dian tree. 
Almeirante, sm. V. Almirante. 
Almeirão, sm. (6o^) -wild endive. 
Almejado, a, pp. adj. yearned, 

coveted. [passionately. 

Almejar, va. to covet a thing 
Almenaras, sf.pl. lights or bon- 

fíres upon the walls of a fortress 

to give signals. 
Almete, sm. [ano.) helmet. 
Almexia, sf. a mark worn by the 

Moors in their garments. 
Alxnez, sm. (bot.) a kind of nettle- 

tree. [mingle. 

Almezer, va. [anc.) to mix or 
Almioantarath or Almucan- 

tarath, sm. {ástr.) almacantars. 
Almice, sm. 'whey. 
AlTTillha, sf. a waistcoat. 
Almira, sf. {bot.) a kind of herb. 
Almiranta, sf. the admiral's 

ship of a áeet ; ílag-ship. 
Abnirantado, sm. admiralship, 

admiralty. 
Almirante, sm. an admirai. 
Almirantear, vn. to discharge 

the duties of an admirai. 
Almíscar, sm. mnsk. 
Almiscarado, a, pp. adj. musked, 

musky. [musk. 

Almiscarar, va. to perfume with 
Almiscareira,^m. (bot.) the herb 

stork's-bill. 
Almisole, sm. Y. Almíscar. 
Almo, a, adj. {poet.) cherishing, 

■vivifying. [foot. 

Almocademi', sm. a captain of 
Almocafre or Almoçafre, sm. a 

kind oí rake w^ftâ^. va. ^ox\lycv~ 

mines. \ptixv\3\ft-ôÀ'si«í 

^ Almoçaria, sf. l^atic^ x\vô oi^^ 



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Almocavar or Almocovar, sm. 

the place in Lisbon wherein the 

Moors were buried. 
Almoçado, a, pp. adj. break- 

fasted. [fasts. 

Alxnoçador, sm. he that break- 
Alxuoçar, va. to breakfast. 
Almoçarife, sm. the receiver of 

the king's duties. 
Alxnoço, sm. breakfast, ârst 

meai ; [fig.) a fácil thíng^. 
Almocouvar, sm. a shepnerd. 
AlmocreTar, va. to practise the 

trade of an Almocreve. 
Almocrevaria, sf. the occupa- 

tion of an Almocreve. 
Almocreve, sm. a mule-driver, 

a carrier. 
Almooreverla, sf. a tax paid by 

the mule-driver. 
Almoeda, sf. a public sale. 
Almoedado, a, pp. adj. sold by 

auction. 
Almoedar, va, to sell by auction. 
Almoíaça, sf. curry-comb. 
Almof açado, a. pp. adj. curried ; 

neat. [curry-comb. 

Almofaçar, va. to curry with a 
Almoíacilha, sf. a bit of tow for 

the curb of a bridle. 
Almofada, sf. a pillow, a cushion. 

— , {carp.) a pannel, a square 

of wainscot, — de estiva^ tun- 

nage. [ioned. 

Almofadado, a, pp:'adj. cash- 
Almofadar, va. to cusnion, to 

seat on cushion. 
Almof alia, «/.(anc.) encampment. 
Almofariz, sm. mortar of metal. 
Almofate, sm. a bit, an instru- 

ment to make holes in leather. 
Almofia, sf. a large earthen 

porringer. 
AÍmofreixado, a, pp. adj. put in 

an Almofreixe. 
Almofreixar, va. to bundle, to 

put in an Almofreixe. 
Almofreixe, sm. a bag made like 

a pillow ; portmanteau. 
Almogama, sf. the narrow parts 

of a ship towards head and 

Btem. 



mu^z^j í^ i^' **"• P^* ®1^ expe- 
rwAeed Ught troops. 



Almoçavaria, sf. inroad or ex- 

cursion o^ the Almogavares. 
AlmojaTenas, sf. pi. a sort of 

dish. [meat. 

Almôndega, sf. a bali of forced 
Almonjava, sf. a dish made of 

mutton, etc. 
Almorreimas, sf. pL the piles ; 

hemorrhoids. 
Almotaçadamente, adv. at the 

market-price. 
Almotaçado, a, pp. adj. rated; 

that has a price set on it. 
Almotaçar, va. to set the market- 

price of the provisions. 
AJunotaçaria, sf. the office of an 

Almotacel. [market. 

Almotaoel, sm. a clerk of the 
Almotolla, sf. an oil pot made of 

earth to pour oil in a lamp. 
Almoucavar or AlmonoaTar, 

sm. (anc.) herdsman. 
Almoxarifado, sm. the ofâce of 

a receiver of customs. 
Almoxarife, sm. a receiver of 

customs. [salt. 

Almoxatre, sm. {anc.) ammoniac 
Almozarabe, sm. a christian 

that is subject to the Moors. 
Almudar, va. to measure by al- 

raudes. 
Almude, sm. almude ; an almond, 

a wine measure holding 12 ca- 
nadas. A pipe of Port-wine 

holds 26 almudes. 
Aló, adv. then, in that time. 
Aloé or Aloés, sm.lbot.) aloés. 
Aloendro, sm. V. È loendro. 
Aloesnordeste, adv. loc. ia sea 

term) to the side of wina that 

blows between east and north 

west. 
Aloessudueate, adv. loc. (a sea 

term) to that part of wina that 

blows between west and South- 
west. 
Aloeste, adv. loc. (a sea term) to 

the east side. 
Aloetico, a, adj, aloetic, aloe- 

tical. 



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ters of an ariay, loflgmeiíít in a 

siege. 
Alojar, va. to lodge laoldiers, to 

àarbour. — vn. to reside, to 

dwell. tthe salt. 

Aloxnancia, sf. divinatkm by 
Aloxnbado, a, pp. adj. bent, ar- 

ched ; loin-shaped. 
Aloxnbaxnento, sm. the "state of 

having one's back brokea. 
Aloxnbar , va. to break one's 

back ; to set the back of % book. 
Alonga, adv. loc. {anc.) far, at a 

distance. 
AlongadeaBaente, ímíd. afar x/S. 
Alongado, a, pp. adj. proleii|red, 

vcíry <iistant. fâiens. 

Alongador, sm. «ne tbat feng- 
AloagaxneHto, sm. lengthening. 
Alongar, va. to prolanig, to elon- 

f^ate. AAongarsej tr. io grow 
onger. 
Alopeoia, sf. {meã.'S «lopecy. 
Aloucado, a, adj. foelish. 
Alomsado, a, pp. ndj. siated. 
Alousar, va. to slate. 
A]^NawHz, sm. the %nin -of a 

mat. {valcBces «f a bed. 

AlporavaiieB, sm. pi. the lower 
Alparoa, sf. a sundal. 
Alparqueiro, sm. sandal-maker. 
A^arvado,a, adj. silly, doting. 
Alpe, sm. (fOnc.) a foolster with a 

^Uow. — , s. pi. pastores for 

cattle. 
AlpeB(ftraãa. sf. a large pordi. 
Alpendre, sm. a porch. 
Alpevobo, svi, alberge (-sinsdl 

peach). 
A^ies, sm.pl. t^ Alps. 
Alpaetra, adj. 2 y. -vrild, mcran- 

tainous. 
Alpha, sm. Alpha, "the ftrrt lettwr 

in the tSreek «Iphabet. 
Alphabetado, a, ttâj. alpha- 

beted. [betically. 

JUpíhBlratteaineBte, «d/, alf^a- 
Alphabetico, a, adj. alphabetic, 

alphabetical. 
Alpnabeto, sm. the alphabet. 
-àJpiUtaaauxOa, ^f. -dJvkMtíoa 
by the bariey jSoar. 
^JP^^ tír^Of. (èaf.) Aipine. #%m- 



Aliihite, erm. or Alpista, «|^ al- 

pist, alpia ; the herb foxtau. 
Alpisteiro, sm. a little yessel, 

used to feed chlldren. 
Alpisto, sm. the juice of bard- 

pressed meat. 
Alpondras , sf. pi. títsej^lng- 

stones. V. Passadeiras. 
Alporcado, a, adj. scrofulous. — 

{agric.) covered with earth. 
Alporear, va. {agric.) to earth, 

to cover with earth. 
Alporcas, sf. pi. scrofúla, klng^s 

evil. 
Alporque, sm. a branch for co' 

vering with earth. 
Alporquento, a, adj. strumatic, 

scrofuloas. [somewhat. 

Alqucmto, adv. {anc.) a Bttle, 
Alquebrado, a, pp. adj. crookedi 

opened, bent. 
Alqaébrar, vn. to bend, to yléld 

(a ship) by the weight oi the 

gnns, the violence of the cur- 

rent, etc. 
Alquebre or Alquébranaento, 

sm. bending, openin^. 
Alqueirado, a, pp. adj. measured 

by an alquier. [alquier. 

Alqueiramesto, sm. measure by 
Alqneirar, va. to measure by an 

«Iquier. 
Alqueire, sm. alquier (Portu- 

guese measure for dry âiin^). 
ASquelvado, a, pp. adj. fallowea, 

laid up. 
Alqueivar, va. {agric.) to fallo^. 
Alqueive or Alqueve, .sm. {agròi.) 

rallow : ^ound ploughed in op- 

der to be plougbed again. 
Alque^enge, sm. {bot.) alk»- 

kengi, the fruit of one -of the 

night-shades. 
Alquermes, sm. alkermes. 
Alquice or Alcpiicer, sm. a kind 

of white Moorish mantle. 
Alquies, sm. .a measure xised in 

■selling tanned hides. 
Alquilado, a, pp. adj. bired. 
Abiuilaâorj sm. hirer, one that 

bircs. 
Alquilar, imi. to\àie>, \jo \a\ ws, 

Alq>]dlè, sm. "Ôiç» «cCl ot VvcVuís. 



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Alitoiífie, MM. ochimy, alehymy ; 

a mixed base metal. 
Alquimia, tf. and derivated. V. 

Alchimia^ etc» [mantle. 

AlquimiUa, sf. the fa^rb ladies' 
Alquirivia, sf. V. Cherivia. 
Alquitira, êf. gum tragacaath. 
AlqttitraTA, sf, {arch.) arch!- 

trave. [brawled. 

▲Irotado, a^ pp. ndj. mocked. — 
Alrotador, sm. a mockdr, a 

ieerer; a brawler. 
Airotar, vâ. to mock, to ridiculd. 

— • to brawl. 
Alrotaria, sf. mockery, nullery; 

cry, olamour. 
Urata, gm. (om.) a mid^irall, 

martlet. V. Abelheiro. 
Alsa, sf. (tt «ea ierm) the collar 

of a stay. 
Alsaclo, a, adj. and s. concern- 

ing AIsacia, Alsacian. 
Alta, sf» reintegration in the mi- 

Utary servioe. Dar •— , to pro- 
mete, [stroke. 
Altabalzo> «m. a do^xmright 
Altaforma, sf. a bird of prey, a 

ki&d of keBtlreL 
AJlaanMa or Altamalo, ndv. 

^tiiottt «ele<}tion. 
Altamanhã, adv. iw. In the 

tnorning. 
Altamente, «ufo. highly, l<yndly. 
AHaiiUa, tf. a sort of earthen pot. , 
AltKmdo, «i, pp. adj' prond, 

haughty. [nying high. 

Altaneiro, a, ndj. altivolant, 
Altanaria, sf. the Bport •tít ha'«rk- 

ing ; to soar high. 
Altar> ism. an aMar, shrine. 
Altareiro, sm. the person "who 

takes care «o adorn the altar. 
Altar0Bar,«f.<'an(*.) alterableness, 

alteratioa. 
Altarista, -tm. altaríst. 
Alteado, a, jpp. adi. raised, «ie> 

Tated^ maoe higne^. 
Altesãr, va. to make higher or 

deeper. Xn^ss. 

Alterabilidade , sf. a1terabh»> 
Alteração, êf. alteration, "pertur- 

batjofl. [ration. 

AltermdOÊBawíXé, ^v, iriih alte- 



Alterador, adj. that altera or 

disturbs. 
Alterante, adj. 2 g. {med.) alte- 

rant, alterative. — , s. alterant. 

Memedios —es, alterative». 
Alterar, va. to alter ; to change ; 

to corrupt; to perturb. Alterar- 

*e, V». to alter ; to grow angry, 

to be out of countenance. 
AlteratiTo, a, adj. {med.) alte- 
rative. 
Alterável, adj. 2 g. alterable, 

subject to change. 
Alteraveliuente, adv. alterably. 
Altercaç&o, sf. altercation , dis- 
pute, [ventilated. 
Altercado, a, pp. adj. debated, 
Altercador, sm. disputant, dis< 

puter ; ^Trangler. 
Altercar, va, to ventilate, to 

discQss, to dispute. — vn. to 

altercate, to contend. 
Alterca-ae, v. imp. it is debated. 
Alter ego, lat, loc. another as 

I am. 
AltemaçSo, sf. altemation. 
AHemadamente , adv, alter- 

nately. 
Alternado, a, i)p.a£?y. altemated, 

alternative. 
Alternante, sm. a person with 

the right of alternating. 
Alternar, va. to alternate, to do 

any thing by turns. Aliemar-se^ 

vr. to change, to alter. 
Alternativa, sf. altemateness. 
Alternativamente, adv. alter- 

natively. [alternate. 

Alternativo, a, adj. altemated, 
Altemifolio, cúij. (bot.) that has 

altemated leaves. 
Alterno, a, adj. altemated, by 

turns. 
Alterosamente, adv, in an ele- 

vated manner. 
Alteroso, a, adj. high, lofty; 

' _ ' altivolant. 
Alteza," «/*. Joftiness ; {(ig.) subli- 



ifig-) proud. 

Iteza, sf, Jottmess ; \^fíg. 

xnity, height. — hig^ne&s, a. 



title giveu to princett. 
ALtliea, sf. ^«t^ ^í^Sccsa^K ^^"^^ 



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Altibordo, sm. {anc. sea temi) a 

man of war. 
Alticolumnio, adj. {poet.) hav- 

ing high columns. 
Altiloquencia, sf. altiloquence. 
AltUoquente, adj. 2 g. altilo- 

quent. , ^ 

AltUoquo, a, adj, (poet.) lofty, 

sublime. 
Altimetria, sf. altimetry. 
Altímetro, sm, altimeter. 
AltlmuradOf adj. having very 

high walls. 
Altlsonante, adj. altisonant. 
Altisono, a, adj, altisonous, 

noisy, sublime. 
Altltonante, adj, {poet.) high- 

thunderer. 
Altlvago, a, adj. {poet.) that 

-wanders on the air. 
AltlTamente, adv. haughtily, 

proudly. 
AÍtlvar, va. to make proud. 
Altl-vez or Altividade, sf, haugh- 

tiness. [proud. 

Altivo, a, adj. high, elevated. — 
Alto, a, adj. high, tall; deep; 

lofty, superior; loud, dear in 

price; noole, illustrious; hidden, 

mysterious. Em voz alta^ "with a 

loud voice. flouder. 

Alto, adv. loud, loudly. Âfais — , 
Alto, sm. eminence, tne top of a 

hill ; halt. Fazer — -, to halt. De 

— a baixo f from top to toe. 

Passar por — , to omit or forget. 

Tratar alguém de — , to use one 

haughtily and contemptuously. 
Alto -sus, interj, or adv. loc. 

come on. 
Altriz or Altroz, adj. {phys.) 

nourishing, nutritivo. 
Altura, sf. height, altitude ; lati- 



tude. Vinte pés de — , twenty 

feet high; (fig.) pride, subli- 

mity; greatnese. 
Aluado, a, adj. lunatic; {fig.) 

headless. [mouKey. 

Aluate, sm, (nat. hist.) a kind of 
Aluchi, sm. alouchi, gum of the 

white cinnamon-tree. 
-Alugado, a, pp. adj. bired or let 
to nire. 
^AJuffador, sm. birer. 



Alugar, va. to hire; to let, to 
rent. Quarto para — , room to 
let. — um cavallOt to hire a 
horse. 

Alugueiro, sm. {anc.) hire. — sm. 
hirer. 

Aluguel, sm. hire, hiring. 

Aluído, a, pp. adj. shaken, 
"weaken. 

Aluir, va. to shake, to "weaken. 

— vn. to be ruined. 
Alumador, sm. a groom. 
Aluxnbrado, a, aâj. illuminated ; 

inspired. [cidation. 

Alumbramento, sm. {anc.) elu- 
Alumen, sm. {chem.) alum. 
Alumiadamente, adv. -withlight, 

brightness. 
Aluxnlado, a, pp. adj, lightened, 

illuminated ; {fig.) eminent, skil- 

ful man. 
Alumiador, adj, that gives light. 

— sm. eulightener, the person 
"who guides by light. [ment. 

Aluxniamento , sm. enlighten- 
Alumiante, adj. 2 g. that en- 

lightens. 
Alumiar, va. to enlighten or en- 

light; to explain. Alumiar-se,, 

vr. to clear; to light; to be 

enlightened. [mina. 

Alumina, sf.{chem.)áhimme^ alu- 
Aluminado, a, pp, adj, coloured. 

Pintura — a, coloured painting. 
Aluminar, va. {paint.) to colour; 

to give light. 
Aluminifero, a, pp. adj. that 

contains alum. 
Alumínio, sm. {chem.) aluminium. 
Aluminoso, a, adj. aluminous; 

luminous. [nous. 

Alumioso, a, adj. {chem.) alumi- 
Alumno, sm. a foster-son; pupil, 

scholar, learner. 
Alutado, a, vp. adj, clad in mourn- 

ing. V. Enlutado and derivated. 
Aluziado, a, pp. adj, brightened, 

sleek. [shine. 

Aluziar, va. to brighten; vn. to 
Alva, sf, the dawn of day ; the 

alb or aube (vestment* used by 

prieataV 
Alvaç^o, sf. 'vVi\\.vb\x co\o\a. 
Alvacento, a, adj.^wVvXÂsíti. 



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Alvadio, a, adj. whitish, of aí 

whitish colour. 1 

Alvado, sm. a cavitj', a hoUow 

space. — dos dentes^ alveolus. 
Alvaiadado, a^pp. adj. cerused. 
Alvalade, sm. ceruse, white lead. 
Alvalá, sm. {anc.) a charter. 
AlvanelorJUvaneo,«m abrick- 

layer, a rough mason. 
Alvão, sm. a bird like to a 

swallow. 
Alvar, adj. 2 g. white ; soft and 

tender (tree). 
Alvará, sm. a charter ; a king^s 

letter patent. 
Alvaraz, Alvarazo or íAlvara- 

zes, sm. pi. a kind of morphew. 
Alvarenga, sf. a sort of Brazi- 

lian ship. lalvartxz. 

Alvarizado, a, adj. affected -^th 
Alvarral, adj. 2 g. {anc.) a sort 

of bolter for sifting pollard. 
Alvasil or Alvazil, sm. alder- 

man. 
Alvearco, sm. a bee-hive. 
Alveario, sm, alvear^, bee-hive. 
Alveiro, a, adj, whitish. 
Alveitar, sm. a veteriuarian, far- 

rier. 
Alveitaria, sf. farriery. 
Alvejado, a, pp. adj. whitish. 
Alvejante, aaj.i g. looking white. 
Alvejar, va. to whiten, to make 

white. — vn. to look white. 
Alveloa, sf. {omit.) the wagtail. 
Alvenaria, sf. rugged or unhewn 

stones ; masonry. [ver. 

Alveo, sm. the channel of a ri- 
Alveolado, a, adj. alveolate, al- 

veolary. [lar, alveolary. 

Alveolar, adj. 2 g. {anat.) alveo- 
Alveolo, sm. {nat, hist.) álveole, 

alveolus. 
Alvéroa, sf a marsh or fen. 
Alvergar, va. and derivated V. 

Albergar. 
Alvião, sm. a mattock 
Alvlçaras, sf.pl. a reward given 

for good news, 
Alviçareiro, adj. and «. that gives 

or receives a reward fot a good 

D0W8. 

AlYííh9çao, êf, or AlYldra- 



mento, sm. the price or arbi- 
tration set by an appraiser. 

Alvidrado, a,|}p. adj arbitrated, 
lated. 

Alvidrador, sm. an appraiser. 

Alvldrar, va. to arbitrate, to re- 

f^ulate wages, rewards, or the 
ike. 
Alvidrio, sm. arbitration ; will. 
Alvidroso, a, adj. {anc.) arbí- 

tranr. 
Alviduco, adj. m. {ined.). Alvi- 

ducos medicamentos^ loosening 

medicines. 
Alvineo, a, adi. {med.) alvine. 
Alvinho, a, aaj. somewhat white. 
Alvino, a, adu alvme. 
Alvir, va. V. Aluir and derivated. 
Alvitana, sf. a kind of físhing- 

net. 
Alvitanado, a, adj. that part of 

a net that is knit with smaller 

meshes. [bitrate. 

Alvitrar, va. to contrive, to ar- 
Alvltre, sm. an expedient , way ; 

project. [deviserofmeans. 

Alvltreiro, sm. a contriver , a 
Alvitrlsta, sm.. a contriver. 
Alvo. sm. a mark to shoot at, 

(fig\ object, end, purpose. O — 

do Olho, the white of the 
Alvo, a, adj. white. 
Alvor, sm. the dawn of day. 
Alvorada, sf. day-spring^ dawn. 

•— aubade or morning music. 

— {mil.) general. — {poet.) the 
singing of birds. 

Alvorado, a, pp. adj. grown 

bright. 
Alvorar, vn. to grow bright. 
Alvoriçar or Alvorlzar, vn. to 

fly swarm of bees (applied to a); 

{jlg.) to run away. fportedly. 
Alvoroçadamente, aav. trans- 
Alvoroçado, a, pp. adj. trans- 

portea or ravished at the pros- 

pect of any thing good to 

come, etc. 
Alvoroçador, sm. a perturbator. 

— adi. he that traxk&^^^^tXSi qx. 
troxibW. . - 

AlvoTooar ^ va. V> ^iNetysfs^^ 



le eye. 



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elated, overjoyed.; to irise ^ to 
revok. 

Alvoroço, «m. aa ovac^oj or 
transport caused by the oros- 
pect of good to come 4 saraden 
emotion, alacrity; alana, tumuH, 
sedition. [turbator. 

Alvorotador, sm. and adj. a per- 

Alvorotar, va. to disturb^ to 
perturb, to disquiet. Aloerútar- 
se, vr, to raise a mutiny, to re- 
volt. [jnult, aeditloii. 

Alvoroto, sm. perturbatioA, tu- 

Alvura, sf. whiteneas. 

Alysso, sm. [bot,) alyssiija, JBftaâ- 
wort. [Antiod». 

Alytarcho, «m. the pontiff «f 

Ama, sf. nurse ; foster-aame. 

Amabilidade, sf. amabilUT. 

Amaçagafado, a, pp. acjf, re- 
volvei, stirred. [jstir. 

AwiaçRgaiar, vu. to revolTQ, to 

Amaçarocado, a, adj. that jshke 
an ear of corn. [softewMi. 

Amaciado, a, pp» cdg. smocthed, 

Amaoiax, va, to smooth, to sof- 
ten. [sweetheArt. 

Amada, sf. a beloved iroinan* a 

Amadiígo, sm. a sort of privile^ 
formerly grajQted in Portugal to 
a farmer -v^hose^wife had Aucsed 
a nobIeman*s child. 

Amadinsamante, /ubi. fseaoúj., 
mildly. 

Amadíoso, a, adj. tender^earted. 

Amado, a, pp. adj. loved, be- 
loved. £of íove. 

AmadoirOt a, adj. {ane.) vorthy 

Amador, adj. loving, that loves. 
— sm. a lover. 

Amadora, sf. sweethear^ «be 
that loves, a lover. fric. 

Amadomado, a, pp. adi. l«£luuv 

Amadomar, va. to lull Mleep; 
{/ig.) to mitigate. 

Amadorrado^ a, 4iãj. kthargic. 

Amadouras, sm. pi. {anc) a phil- 
ter, a love-potion. 

Amadurado, a, pp. adj. npea«d. 

Amadurar, vn. u> ripen ; to bnng 
to rJpeness. 
Amadurecer, va. to moturate^ to 

^pe, to ripen. — vn. to «ro^ 

'^Pe; to «ifípurate. 



Amadvreoido , a, pp, mãj, ri- 

pened, raaturated. 
Amadureoimento, sm. rip«ne«8. 
Aanaestsrar, va. V. Amestrar and 

derirated. 
Amaga, a/, a kind of 'eft>en-tree 

of tE« Pnilippine islands. 
Âmago, «m. <«pes^nng of Iterbs 

or trees) the pith or h«art, 

the snbstance ; {fig.) reality, 

essènce. [craggy gronnd- 

Amagotado,a, adj. Terra-- a, a 
Amainado, a, pp. adj. that haa 

forled sails ; Qig.) softened. 
Amainar, va. to slrike Bsdl. — vn. 

toreient, to yield. 
Amaldiçoado, a, pp. adj damned, 

caorsed, aocursed. 
A nm1<y coador, sm. curaer. 
Amaldiçoar, va. to curse, te 

damn, to blaspheme. 
Amalgaaaa, sf. amalgam. 
Amalgamaçfto , sf. amalgama^ 

tion ; mixing. [gamated. 

Amalgamaflto, a, pp. -o^'. annd- 
AwM^iqnTWf^r^ va. to amaígamate. 

Amalgamar-se . vr. to araalga- 

Aiate tx^ether. pcondied. 

Amalhado, a, pp. adj. lodged, 
Amalhar, vo. to trackwildbeasts 

to tfaeir coverts. 
Amalboar, va. {tmc.) to boimd, 

to set boonds to. 
Amaltliea, ef. Araalthea. 
Amnmpi, adj. Cavallo — , « ticnrse 

'with biack aad white spots. 
Amamentado, a, Dp.<zt2;. snclded. 
Amamentar, va. {anc.) to suckle, 

to give sock. [Turks, 

Ansan, sm. 4aily ablution of the 
Ara anca, sf. {ane.) love, ÍBclinar 

tion. 
Amancebado, a, pp. adj, t>ne 

that keeps <a mistrefss. 
Amanoebkmento , am. eoacn- 

binage. 
AmancebarHse , vr. to Iíto hi a 

stato of -concublBage. 
Aiwanha, adv. loe. V. ManhêL 
Amamãmdo, a, pp. <idj. ^\f;^ 

tílled ; jnended. [to «ir 

\AmaxihBS> ^a. Xo ^\%\ tía ♦•"»■ 



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ing forth. 
AmanlieGaeF, on. ta begia» te- af- 

pear (day-lig&t)^ 
AwwmhfKado, a, pp, adi that is 

day already. [aad áicging. 

A.manho, «m. tbe act of oulmg 

AmaninhadOra, PP- ot^Jh ^Mren. 
Amaninbar, víl to mak» any 

tiúng barren^ 
Amansado, a, pp aijs. faned, 

domestncated. 
Amansador, sm. <me -who tames 
Amansadox^ sf. tameness* 
Amansar, v€u t» tsune — vn,. to 

grow tame. [fokled 

Amantado, a, adj. (/Sg;) mToànred^ 
Amante, od/. i g. wfao loves, 

loying. — , s. 2 gr. a lover. 
Amanteigada, a, ad/. ^tiltev- 

like , {fig.) soft ; kind. 
Amantelado, a, adt {fèrt yvn^nàr 

fortified. [walls, to 'waiL 

»Iar, ««.. to fortify with 
ac^j. a&r a nrvaur. 
AmamkiUiaff-, vow (««ea^erm} to 

fbníish tbe yards -^iritít liâsu 
Amantillios, sm. pl^ (is & shrp) 

lifts, ropea pertaining to ma 

araisof allyards 
Amanuense,'^ ^ amoiweiiBia; 

"writep^lerk. 
Amoor, va. to lore, to be Hyaàí of. 

jlmar-<e,ei». to lo«ve ona axM* 

ther. [swoot marjotant 

Amaraco, sm. amaracus, toe berb 
Amavaonente, aào . YàUetly^ gxi»- 

vously. 
Admrantioo, adj^ amacantbka»» 
AmaraBto or Amavantlio> sm. 

(fiot.) araarantb,.the cock'8 comb. 
Amarar, va. (a sea term) to sail 

fár off from the laad. 
AmareUado, a, adj. yellowisii. 
AnoarellaGer, va. to ycUow, to 

render yellow. — vn» to gro>w 

yellow. [yenow. 

AxnareUejada, a, adj. thàtigv&ws 
Amarellejar, va. to grow yellow, 

to look yellow. [pale. 

Amareilento, a,^ adj\ yellowieh, 
AmarttUiflaa^ sf. (^c.) yellowbbr 

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Aaaanllidas, sf. yellow 
AmaraUo, a, adi. yellow,. p«le.«^ 

de CÊB», tixe ydík of an egi^ — -j^ 

sm. tíie jeVÍrw «oloinr* 
Amasgaaamettto, úix* bittcriy^ 

with sorrow. 
Aonargador, a^ m. oc^'. tkatfada. 

<w BcuSera gncs <w sorrow. 
Amargamente, «cí». bitterly, 

with grief. 
Adnargear, vn. to taste bittcr; 

(/^.) to caus» grief. — ^ a«. to 

siuMT, to jpay oear for. 
Ajnar.9aritao,»ft. Pdc de— yanar- 

garite, or pearl dust. 
Amargo, a, adj. bitter ; {fig^ aad, 

grievous, painfaL 
Ajanrgor, sm, bitterxuMs ; {fi§^) 

griei,. ftfflietion . 
iAmar9oaamente> adv. bitterly; 
! grievously. 
Amargoso, a, adi. bitter;, {fi§^ 

sad, grievous, amicting. 
Amargura, sf. bittemeas ;. {fig.) 

grief, sorrow. 

«dir^ 



rowfúlly, with angaish. 
Amsargi]xado,a,;7p.ad;. a£Sictsd^ 

troubled, sad. 
Amargurar j va. to make bitter; 

{fig.) to afâict, to trouble. Anutr^ 

gurar^se^ vr. ta diaquiet eaa*a 

self. 
A2Baricado, a,, adj eEenàxaie, 

woman-like. 
Amaridâo, sf. {ane.) bittenxeas» 
Amarlnhado, a, pp. adj. fbr- 

nished wkh sailors. 
Amarinlciar, va. {a sea term) to 

man a ship. Amarinhai^se^ vr.. to 

be furnished with sailors. 
Amarinheirado, a, pp. adj. fiir- 

nisheé with sailors. 
Amarinheirar, va. {a sea term) 

to man- a ship. 
Amarttudiíies sf. bitterneML 
Amarlotado, a, pp.adj. wriakled . 
Amarlotar, va. to wrinUe^ 
Amaro, a, adj. bitter, acrid. 
Amarrai, sf. {a sea term) a eafela. 

Estar sobre a — ,\çi\i%«asítvçit«Ss."\ 

soore — ^ \.o 'Sie^ooV^^ . 



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▲marrado, a, w* o^;- belayed, 

moored. [belays, ties. 

Amarrador, jmu •nd oâA. he that 
AznarradoiifO. m* ancnorage. 
Amarradnra , ^^^ a cabia for 

grappling. 
Amarrar, v€u{(í9Êa term) to be- 

lace, to belajT» to cast ancnor. 

— vn. to be tied. 
Amarrota, af. a small cable. 
AmarrillioB, «m. pi. (a tea ttírm) 

threads employed for securing 

some objecta of little value. 
Amarroquinado, a, adj, mo- 

roco-like. 
Amarrotado, a, pp. adj. filthy, 

wrinkled» corrugated. 
Amorrotar, oa.to vrinkle. Amar- 

rotar-set vr. to be "vrinlded. 
Amarrota, sm. (a sea term) a 

stream cable. 
AmartaUado, a, pp. adj. {fig.) 

dogmatícal, persuaded. 
Amartellar, va. to hammer ; {fig.) 

to persuade ; to persecute. 
Am8urajado,a,pp adj. bitterish, 

V. Amargado, 
Amarujar, vn. to be bitterish. 
Amarugento,a, adj. tbat bitters. 
Amarufo or Amaruje, sm. a bit- 

ter taste, bitterness. 
Amarulento, a, adj. that has a 

bitter taste. 
AmarylUdif orme , adj. {bot.) 

amaryllis-shaped. 
Amaryllis, sm. {bot.) amaryllis. 
Am as, s. amass, heap. 
Amasia, sf. a mislress, a kept 

wornaii. [of concubinage. 

Amasiar-se, vr. to live in a state 
AmasiUiado, a, adj impure, 

unchaste. 
Amasio, sm. a lover, a man who 

keeps a wornan. 
Amasonia, sf. {bot.) amazony. 
Amassadeira, sf. abaker-woman. 
Amassado, a, pp. adj. kneaded. 
Amassador, sm. one that kneads 

bread 
Amassadouro or Amassadoiro, 

sm. a place wbere any thing is 

kneaded . fbread. 

-Ajnaaaadvura . sf. Jmeadmg of 

^Joaaaamento, sm. (a sea term) 



tumbling home of the top tim< 

bers. 
Amassar, va. to knead. — as 
cartas, to shuffle the cards. 
AmoÃsar-se, vr. — com alguém ^ 
to agree together. 
Amassaria, sf. a place where is 

kneaded the bread. 
Amassilho, sm. kneading. 
▲ mata oavallo, adv. loc. with 

a full speed. 
Amatalotado, a, ppk adj. fur- 

nished with sailors. 
Amatalotar, va. {a sea term) to 

divide the crew of a ship. 
Amatar, va. {anc.) to kill 
Amatilhado, a, pp. adj. Cães 

— Sf dogs well broken for hunt- 

ing. [for hunting. 

AmatiUiar, va. to break dogs 
Amativo, a, cuij. that loves. 
Amatoriamente , adv. amato- 

rially. [tory. 

Amatorio, a, adj. amatorial, ama- 
Amaurose or Amaurosis, sf. 

{med.) amaurosis, ambíyopy. 
Amaurotioo, a, adj. concerning 

the amaurosis. 
Amável, adj. 2 g. lovely, amia- 

ble, agreeable, famiably. 

Amavelmente, adv. lovingly, 
Amavios, sm. pi. philters. 
Amaviosamente, adv. tender ly. 
Amavioso, a, adj. tender, gentle. 
AmazeUar-se, vr. to pity one's 

self. 
Amazilhado, a, adj diseased. 

sick; {fig.) impure. 
Amazonas, sf. nl. the Amazons 

(certain warlike woraen). Rio 

das AmxisonaÃ, sm. the Amazons 

(ri ver). [araazonian. 

Amazonloo or Amazonio, a, adj 
Ambâ, «. ambe. [labyrinth. 

Ambages, sf.pl. ambages. — a 
Ambagioso, a> adj. having am- 
bages ; {fig.) ambiguous. 
Âmbar, sm. amber. —gris. am- 

bergnris- 
Ambarlna , sf. substance es:- 

tracted of the ambergris. 
AmbarinOf adj . ^etXAJavoi^XA ^ 

ber, 
Anibaro, sm. ^bot.^ axcíowçk vjx^ 



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Axnbarval, adj. 2 g. belonging 

to the ambarvalia. 
Ajõibervales, sm. pi. or Axnber- 

valia, sf. ambarvalia. Sacrifices 

in honour of Ceres. 
Aznbi, s. {anat.) ambe or ambi. 
Aznbia, sf, ambia. 
Ambição, sf. ambition. 
Ambicionado, a, pp. adj. ambi- 

tioned, desired. 
Ambicionar, va. to ambition. 
Ambiciosamente , adv arabi- 

tiously. 
Ambicioso, a, adj. arabitious. 
Ambidexteridaae, sf. ambidex- 

terity, ambidextrousness. 
Ambidextro, a, adj, ambidex- 

trous. 
Ambiente, adj. 2 g, ambient. 
Ambiesquerdo , a, adj. that 

makes ali things in the wrong 

way. 
Ambigeno, a, adj. and s. bom 

of two different kinds ; a he or 

she-mule. 
Ambigua, sf. ambigu. [ly. 

Ambiguamente,aati. ambiguous- 
Ambiguidade, sf. ambiguity. 
Ambiguo, a, adi. ambiguous. 
Ambiparo, a, aJdj. Botões — «, the 

buds that comprehend at the 

same time both leaves and 

flowers. 
Âmbito, sm. ambtt. 
Amblose, s. {med.) abortion, mis- 



carriage. 



AmbloUco, a, adj. that causes 

abortion.Áewedío* — s,amblotic8. 
Amblygono, «m. {geom.) ambly- 

gon. — , adj. amblygonal. 
Amblyope,ac2/.having amblyopy . 
Amblyopia, sf, amblyopy. 
Ambo, sm. ambe. 
Ambos, as, relat pron. and adj. 

pi. both, the one and the other. 
Ambre, sm. Y. Âmbar, 
Ambreada, sf, ambreada, bas- 

tard amber. 
Ambreado, a, j^. adj. ambered. 
Ambrear, va. to amber. 
Ambre ta, sf. a flower that smells 

like amber. 
Ambrósia^ sf. ambrósia. 
AmbroaiBDO, a, adj. ambrosiai. 



Ambrosiano, a, adj. {eccles.) am- 

brosian. [ampulla. 

Amhiila, sf. a small vial of glass; 
Ambulação, sf. ambulation. 
Ambulância, sf. a field hospital. 

Cirurgião de — , a field surgeon. 
Ambulante, adj. 2 g. ambulant, 

walking. [ambulatory, 

Ambulativo, a, adj. ambulative, 
Ambulatório, a, aí/V. ambulatory; 

{in law) changeable. 
Ambulia, sf. {bot.) a very aroma- 

tical plant. 
Amea or Ameia, sf. a niched 

battlement in a wall. 
Ameaça, sf. threat, menacot 
Ameaçadsímente, adv. threaten- 

ingly. 
Ameaçado, a, adj. threatened. 
Ameaçador, adj. and sm. a 

threatener. 
Ameaçante, adi. 2 g. that thrca- 

tens. — {herald.) is said of a lion, 

etc, in a menacing posture. 
Ameaçar, va. to threaten. 
Ameaço, sm. a threat. — de doença^ 

the íit of a disease. 
Amealhado, a, pp. adj. hoarded ; 

parsimonious. [parson 

Amealliador, sm. a parsimonious 
Amealhar, va. to hoard up mo- 

ney. — vn. to haggle in buying, 

to bargain. [bean verses. 

Amebeos (versos), sm. pi. amse- 
Amec. sm. V. Diacolocynthidos. 
Amedrontado, a, pp. adj. ter- 

rified. 
Amedrontador, sm. affrighter. 
Amedrontar, va. to terrify, to 

aJfright. 
Amegado, a, pp. adj. squashed 
Amegar, va. to squash. 
Ameia, st a niched battlement 

in a wall. 
Ameiado, a, pp. adj, furnished 

with battlements. 
Ameiar, va. to fumish the walls 

or castles with battlemedts 
A meia rédea, adv. loc indife- 

rently, slenderly. 
Ameigado, a^ pp ad\ l<ycA\^^. 
AmeiQ^<âLOT, %m ioraâíkKi.» — oA-v 

Ame\Q«t » >3a AQ ^x?^^^ ^^ \Qtx^'!^« 



AME 



— «6 



AME 



▲meija or Amêijoa, sf. a cockla. 
Ameijoada, sf. pasturage ; anif ht 

spent at a gaming house. 
Ameijoado, a, pp. adj. that has 
passed the nightín a sheep fold; 
Ifig). that has passed the night 
at the game. 
Axneijoar, va. to lead cattle to 
pastore ; ifig.) to pats the xuight 
gaming. 
Ameixa, sf. piam. — s, pastadas^ 

prunes. 
Ameixial, sm. an orchardof plum- 

trees 
Ameixieira, sf* a plam-tree. 
Axnello gm, {bot.) wild lily. 
Ameloado, a, aaj.oí the shape 

and âavour oí a melon. 
Amelroado, a, adj. Cavallo ->, a 

black horse. 
Amen, adv. verily, so be it 
Amencia, sf* foolisbness. 
Amêndoa, sf. an almond. 
Amexidoada, sf. milk of sweet 

almonds : an emulsion 
Amendoado, a, adj. almond-like. 
Amendoal, sm. the place 'where 

almond-trees grow. 
Amendoeira, sf an almond-tree 
Amendoim, sm. a bulbous plant 
of Brazil. Lvity. 

Amenidade, sf. amenity; sua- 
Ameninado, a, adj as a child 
Ameniaado, a, pp. adj. that is 

made agreeable, pleasant. 
Amenisar, va. to make agreeable 

cr pleasant 
Amenista, sm. he that says al- 

ways amen to another. 
Ameno, a, adj pleasant, delight- 

ful, affable, kind. 
Amenomania, sf. {med.) oheerfol 

monomania. 
Amenorrea, sf. {med.) the sup- 
pression of the menses in a wo- 
man that is still young. 
Amenta, sf, {anc.) a prayer for 
the Bools of the deceased per- 
sons. 
Amentado, ai,pp. adi. enchanted. 
Amentador, sm. ne that en- 
cbants. 
Alentar, va. (among Aerdsmen) 
to enchoDt woJvea; to mention ; 



to exhort to pray for the souls 

of deceased. 
Amentas, sf. pi. the alms given 

by deceased persons. 
Amente, adj. fooly disordered in 

the mind. 
Amentilho, sm. {bot.) julus, 

amentum, flos amentaceous. 
Amentilhoso, a, adj. {bot.} amen- 
taceous. 
Amentre, adv. {anc.) while, as 

long as. [op's weed. 

Aoneos, sm. {bot.) the herb bish- 
Amerade or Emir, sm. emir. 
Amerceador, sm. that is mercifol. 
Amerceamento, sm. compassion, 

pity; {in law) amercement. 
Amercear-se, vr to pity, to com' 

miserate. V. Compadecer-se. 
Amerger, va. to sink, to imr 

merse , {fig.) to humble. 
Amergido, a, pp. adj. sunk, 

drowned ; {fig ) hurabled. 
Amergulhado, A,pp. adj. Y. Mer- 

gulhado and derivated. 
America, sf. America. 
Americano, a, adj and s. Ame- 
rican, [of lizard. 
Americina, sf. (nat hist.) a kind 
Amerim, adj. Fera — , a sort of 

pear. 
Amerino, a, adj, American. 
Amesquinhado , a, pp. adj. 

wretched, miserable, 
Amesquinbar, va to make miser- 

able. Amesquinhar-se^ vr. to call 

one's self poor. 
Amestrado, a, pp. adj. teached, 

instructed. [teacher. 

Amestrador, sm. hethat teaches, 
Amestrar, va. to teach, to in- 

struct. V. Ensinar, 
Ametade, sf. half. V. Metade 
Ametallado, a, adj. mixed with 

metal. {sm. amethyst. 

Amethista, sf. or Amethisto, 
Amethistea. sf. {bot.) a beautifol 

Slant oí the order of labiate 
owers. [irregularity. 

Ametria, sf. want of measure, 
Amezendado, a, pp. adj. unwil- 
ling to rise from bed or from a 
seat. 



ÁMI 



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AMO 



modtoua seat. Amezendar^se^vr. 

to sit áovm npon the groand 

unmannerly. 
Amezinliar, va. to prepace hoia*- 

made prescriptions, 
Amfiboiogia, sf. and derÍTate(l. 

V Avnpkibologia, 
AmfitlLeatro, sm. and denratad. 

V Amphitheatro. 

Axnial, sm. the place whcre the 
plants, small 'witfay or oaÍ9ra 
gTovr. [thxui. 

Amiantho, sm. amianth, amian- 

Amichellar, va. (a sea term) Hò 
belay the cable 'With the nippers. 

Amicto, sm. an amice. 

Amido, sm. starch. 

Amieira, sf. or AmieirOr gnu 
small "withy, or osíer. 

Amiga, sf. a female friend;. a 
concubine, a sweetheart. 

Amigado, a, pp. adj. that lires 
m a State of concubina^. V. A- 
mancebado. [cably. 

Amigamente, adv. friendly^amí- 

Amigar, va. to make ãnonds. And' 

ffttr-se, vr. to be íriends — to 
ive in a state of concnbinage. 
Amiga^vel, adj: 2 ff. amicahia, 

friendly. 
Amigavelmente, ado. amios^ly. 
AmigdiBias, sf.pl. Y. Amyfpiala»» 
Amigo, a, aaj. favorable, kind, 

friendly. Clima — , a "wiiolesome 

dimate — sm. fViend. Intima — , 

fiaitiniate friend. [friend. 

Amiguinlio, sm. dim,. a dear 
Amimado, «i. pp. adj, fondled, 

dandled. [sm. fondler. 

ABiimador, adj. that fbndles; — 
Axuimar, va. to fondle, to dandle. 
Amingoado/ a, pp adj. de<- 

creased. [diecreasing. 

Amingoamento, sm. the- act of 
Amingoar, va. to deereasdw 
Amira, adv. loc. in sight, looking 

on. 
AmirSo, sm. a sort of tfaistle.. 
AmifSBibilidade, sf. {tíieoL) amia- 

sibility 
Amisai^el. adj. 2 g. amissiblei. 
Amistadoi », jfp. adj. recoiunled. 
Jtmiafyar, va. to recoacUiSfe 
Amito, sm. T. Ámiato, 



Amiadadamente, ad»,. cepeat- 

edly; frequently. 
Amktdado, a^pp^ adj. repeatod, 

frequent, done often, 
AmiudAr, va. to do often the 

same thinç. — vn. to be done 

often. Ammdar-se^ vr. to follow 

in rapid succession. 
AmiiMj^ or Amiúdo, aàx. ofiea 

times. 



«■in»>wUe, sf. friend shíp^ amíty. 
Ammooliryse, s. ammochryse. 



sm. cornu ammonil, 

snake-stone. [or ammon^ 

Ammonia, sf. {chem.) ammonia 
AjQcuxu>niaco, sm. ammoniacgiun. 
Ammoniaco, a, tidj. ammoniac. 

Sal — , volatile alkali, ammonia. 
Am moitiacad o, a, adj. ammo- 
niac. [niacaL 
Ammoniacal, adj. 2 a. ammo- 
Amnesia, sf. {med ) the depri- 

vation of memory. 
Amcáomancia, sf. thedivinatíoii 

from the amnios 
Aimiios or Amnion, «m. amniog. 
Amaistia, sf. amnesty. 
Amnistiado, a^ pp. adj. included 

in the amnesty. [nesty. 

Amnistiar, va. to grant an am- 
Amo, sm. a master , a landlord. 

Formesly a governor of yoiuig 

men. 
Amobilidade, sf. revocaiblenesB. 
Amocegado, a, pp. adj. notched. 
Amocegar, va. to notch, to jagg. 
Amodovradamente, adv» letliar- 

gically. [gical 

Aaaodorrado, a, pp. adi. lethar- 
Amodorrar, va. to lethargy,.to 

throw into & lethargy. 
Amod3rta, sf. {nat. hist.) a kind of 

snake; {bot.) plant that gro'«s 

in the sand. 
Amoedado, a, pp. adj. coined, 

stamped. Que não está — , un- 

coined. [to stamp money 

Amoedar, vo. to coin, to mint. 
Amofinação, sf. vexation, imea- 

siness. [grieyed. 

AJEnofisoadA, «., pp. aâ,'^. ^«v«ã^> 
AsaoS^OiâxÁ.^ sm. asv^ o.^^- ^^ 



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AMO 



to grieve. Amofinar-se^ »r. to 

grow angry, to oe grieved. 
Amojado. a, pp. adj. milked. 
Aznojar, va. to milk. 
Axnojo, sm. abundance of milk. 

Teta com — , an udder iilled -with 

milk. 
Amolação, sf. grinding. 
Amolado, a, pp. adj. sharpened. 
Amolador , sm. one tnat sharpens; 

a -whetter. [pening. 

Amoladura, sf. grinding, shar- 
Amolar, va. to grind, to snarpen. 
Amoldado, a, pp. adj. cast m a 

mould, moulded. 
Amoldar, va. to cast m a mould , 

(fig.) to adapt. 
Amolgado, a, pp. adj. sq^uashed. 
Amolgadura, sf. squashing. 
Amolgamento, sm. squashing, 

crushmg. 
Amolgar, va, to squash, to crush , 

(fig.) to stagger. 
AzaoUecedor, sm. and adj. he 

that softens. 
Amollecer, va. to soften, to mol- 

lify. — vn. to grow soft. Anuil- 

lecer-se^ vr. to be softened. 
AmoUecido, a, pp. adj. softened, 

weak. 
AmoUecimento, sm. softening; 

i/ig.) abateraent. [tened. 

Amollentado, a, pp. adj. sof- 
AmoUentar, va. to soften., to 

moUify. 
Amomo, sm amomum. 
Amontado, a, pp. adj. and Amon- 

tar. V. Importar and derivated. 
Amontoação, sf. the act of heap- 

ing up. 
Amontoadamente, adv. in a 

heap,accumulatively. [up. 

Amontoado, a, pp. adj. heaped 
Amontoador, sm. heaper. 
Amontoamento, sm. accumula- 

tion. [to conglomerate. 

Amontoar, va. to heap up . — vn. 
Amonturado, a, vp. adj. heaped 

up in a dung-hill. 
Amonturar, va. to heap. Amon- 

íurar-se, vr. to be heaped. 
Jkinor, sm Jove, affection, friend- 
ship. j>or — d^elle, for hís sake, 
on Hjs accovnt. Ter amores, to 



be in love. Amores y sm. pi. one*s 

love, flame. Os seus primeiros 

amores, his first love. 
Amor de hortelão, sm. {{bot.) the 

herb called burdock. 
Amor perfeito, sm {bot.) pansy, 

hearfs ease. [blackoerry . 

Amora, sf. a mulberry. — de silva^ 
Amorado,a,/)p. adj. ofmulberry- 

colour, {fig.) concealed. 
Amorar, va. (anc.) to conceal. 
Amoravel, aaj 2 g. that inspires 

love, loving. 
Amoravelmente, adv. lovingly. 
Amoreira, sf. mulberry-tree. 
Amoreiral, sm. the place where- 

in mulberry-trees grow. 
Amoricos, sm. pi. love tricks. 
Amorifero, a, adj. that has or 

produces love. [of pear. 

Amorim, adj. 2 g. Pêra — , a sort 
Amormado , adj. glandened 

(horses). 
Amomado, a, pp. adj. lukewarm. 
Amomar, va. to make lukewarm. 
Amomecer, vn. to become luke- 
warm. [lovingly. 
Amorosamente, adv. amorously, 
Amoroso, a, adi. loving, gentle 
Amorpha, sf. {bot.) amorpha. 
Amorpliia, sf. {bot.) amorphv. 
Amorpho, a, adj. {nat. kist.) 

amorphous. [shrouded. 

AmortaUiado , a, jm. adj. 
Amortalhador, sm. he that 

shrouds [into a shroud. 

Amortalhar, va to shroud, to put 
Amortecer, va. todeadeu — vn. 

and r to swoon. 
Amortecido, a, pp.ae/;. deadened, 

swooned, fainted away. 
Amortificar, va. to kill, to slake. 
Amortisação, sf. amortization, 

amortizement [tized. 

Amortisado, a, pp. adj. amor- 
Amortisar, va. to amortize, to 

redeem [able. 

Amortisavel. adj. 2 ç. redeem- 
Amossado, a, pp. adj. notched, 
jagged [notches. 

Amossar, va. to jagg, to make 
Amostra, sf. acatem, a specimen. 
Amiostraç^o, sf . t\ie accX ol ^q"^- 

ing, demoiiat.TaX\0Ti. 



AMP 



— 69 



AMP 



Amostrado, pp. adj. Y. Mostrado 

and derivated. [shows. 

Axnostrador, sm. {anc.) he that 
Axnota, sf. a sort of sluice for 

keeping the water of the Tagus 

from overflowing. [earth. 

Ainotado, a, pp. aaj. covered with 
Amotar, va. to earth up (trees.) 
Amotinação, sf. mutiny, aproar, 

insurrection. [tuously. 

Amotinadamente , adv. tumm- 
Amotinado, a, pp. adj. revolted. 

— sm. a rautineer. 
Amotinador, sm. a mutineer. 
Amotinar, va. to mutiny, to 

alarm. Amotinar-se, vr. to revolt. 
Amoacos, sm. pi. a sort of rash 

people in índia. 
Amouriscado, a, adj, as a Moor, 

in the moorish manner. 
Amover, va. [anc.) to remove. 
Amovibilidade , sf. revoca - 

bleness. [removed. 

Amovido, a, pp. adj. amoved. 
Amovível, adj. 2 g, removable, 

revocable. 
Amoxamado, a, pp. adj. lean, 

dry as dried fish or moxama. 
Amoxamar, va. to dry as a dried 

âsh or moxama. 
Ampaco, sm. a sort of Indian gum. 
Amparado, a, pp. adj. protected, 

sheltered. 
Amparador, ora, adj, that pro- 

tects or defends. 
Amparar, va. to protect, to shel- 

ter, to defend. Amparar-sCt vr. 

to fly to a place for shelter. 
Amparo, sm. protection, support. 
Ampelita or Ampelitis, sf. am- 

pelite, cannel-coal. 
Ampellia, sf. a plant that grows 

near the vine. 
Ampelographia, sf. description 

of vines. 
Ampeloprazo, sm. (bot.) a gar- 

lick that grows in the vines. 
Ampelusa, sf. a Greek vrorá 

signifying plenty of granes. 
Ampharistero, a, adj. awkward, 

clumsy of both hands. 
Amphiartlirose, sm. {anat ) am- 
phiartbroais . 
Amphibio, a, adj, and s. [zool.) 



amphibious, amphibial ; pi. am- 

phioia. po^- 

Amphibiologia , sf. amphibio- 
Amphlbolia, sf. amphiboly. 
Amphibologia, sf. amphibology. 
Ampbibologico, a, adj. araphi- 

bological, doubtfuí. 
Ampmbraco, sm. {poet.) amphi- 

brach. 
Amphicephalo, sm. a bedstead 

with two heads. [tyons. 

Amphictyões, sm. pi. amphic- 
Ampliictyonia, sf. right which 

the principal cities of Greece 

possessed of sending a deputy 

to the Amphictyonic council. 
Amphictyonlco, a, adj. amphic- 
tyonic. [fllce of the uterus 
Amphideão, sm. {anat.) the ori- 
Amphignry, sm. ludicrous põem 

or speech. 
Amphimacro, sm. amphimacer. 
Amphionio, a, adj. belonging 

to Amphion. [dragon. 

Amphiptera, sf. {herald.) winged 
Amphisbena, sf. {nat. hist.) am- 

phisbena or amphisben. 
Amphicios, sm. pi. amphicians. 
Amphismello, [sm. {surg.) am- 

phísmila. [trai. 

Amphitheatral, adj. amphithea- 
Ampmtheatro • sm. amphi - 

theatre. 
Ampmtryão, sm. {myth.) amphi- 

tryon, host, master of the feast. 
Amphitrite, sf. Amphitrite the 

daughter of Nereus ; the sea. 
Ampnora, sf. {anc.) amphor, am- 

phora. [an amphor. 

Amphoral, adj. 2 g. that bears 
Amplamente, adv. amply, fully. 
Amplastico, adj. {meã.) em- 

plasti<;. 
Amplexo, sm. {poet.) an embra- 

cing. V. Abraço. 
Ampliação, sf'. ampliation, am- 

phfication. [pliation. 

Ampliadamente, adv. with am- 
Ampliado, a, pp. adj, amplified, 

augmented . [prover 

Ampliador , sm. %xs\\V\^«t\«svvBsr 
AmplVdX^ "O a. \o ^\!K«è\\"^j ^ vç> -skkv.- 



AM\J 

AmpUdão, tf, MiipXeikeas, large- 

Bess. 
Ampllíioaç&o, af. anipliftcatksL. 
Amplitioadattoate^ adw, ytHk 

Aniplifíc&tion. _ 

Amplif ioadot a> H^* <»i^'* ni>9<^ 

fied, increaMd. 
AmpUfioador^ cra^ «. «m ãdj. 

amplifier. 
▲mplilioanta, adj. Ihãt u^lt- 

fies, aniplifying' 
Amplificar, «o. ío aapUficate, 

to amplify. 
AmpUfioav*!, adj. S ^. ibat may 

be ampliâed« [extends. 

Amplifico, a, adj. large, tbat 
Am.plitude, sf. amplitude, ex- 

tent {asir) «— ortivay eastern 

amplitude. 
Amplo, a, adj. ample, large, 
Ampolhar, va. to lav eggs Tit is 

said of the bees)< V. Empalhar. 
AmpoUa, sf. a bubble of \rater 

wnen it rains. [shaped. 

AmpoUaceo, a, adj. (6o^) vesiclo- 
Ampulheta, sf. an hour-glass. 
AxnpuUa, sf^ ampulla ísacred 

vesset nsed at tbe altar.) 
Amputação^ sf. amputation. 
Amputado, a, pp. adj. amputated. 
Amputar, va. {surg.) to amputate. 
Amuadamente, ado. angrily. 
Amuado, a, pp. adj. tbat looks 

angry, surly, sulky. 
Amuar, va. to make one angry 

— vn. to take a pet, to pout. 
Amulatado, a, aaj. like a mu- 

latto. 
Amuletico, a, adj. of or belon- 

ging to an amulet. 
Amuleto, sm. amulet. 
Amumiado, a, adj. mummiâed. 
Amuniciado, a, adj. V. Muni- 
ciado. 
Amuo, sm. sulkiness, a pet. 
Amura, sf. {a sea term) tne main 

tack. [witbin the ship. 

Amuradas, sf. pi. the high sides 
Amurado, a, pp. adj hauled or 

broQght aboard the tack of a 

sajl. 
Amurar, va. (a sea term) to baul 
or bring aboard the tack of a 
sail. 



— 70 — ANA. 

Amorolar, va. to emlt moistore. 
Amígdalas, sf. pi, {onat.) amig- 

dal»y tonsils. 
Amygdalario, a, adj. {geál.) it 

ia aaid of rock having fossils 

resembling the ahnond. 
Amygdaline, adj. 2 g. amygda- 

liue, 
lAmygdalite, sm. {hot.) amygda- 

Kte. — hned.) quincy, 
Amygdaloide, adj. 2 g. that is 

resembling the almond. — sm, 

[min.) araygdaloides lápis. 
Amylacer or Amylaceo, a, c^j. 

amylaceous. 
Amintyco, a, adj {pharm.) for- 

tifying, strengthemng. 
Ana, sf. an ell. 

Anã, adj, and sf. dwarf, V. Anão, 
Anabaptismo, sm. anabaptism. 
AnabapUstas, sm. pi. anabap- 

tists. 
Anablepse, sm, (med,) the reco- 

very of the sight after having 

lost it. 
Anabrochismo, sm. (surg.) an 

operation in the eye-hds. 
Anaca, sf. [hist. ncU.) a paroqnet 

of Brazil. 
Anacandaia, sf. {naf. hist.) ana- 

candaia, bubalinus. 
Anacardina, sf. the confection 

made -with anacardium. 
Anacardino, adj of anacar- 
dium. 
Anacardo, sm. anacardium, the 

cashew-tree. 
Anacathartico, a, s. and adj. 

(jned.) anacathartic , a medicine 

that works upwards. 
Anaçado, a , pP' adj. agitated, 

beaten. 
Anaçar, va. to beat or mix things 

by long agitation. 
Anacepbaleose or Anacepha 

leosis, sf anacephaleosis. 
Anacbronismo , sm. anachro- 

nism. 
Anaclase, s. {surg.) the bending 

of some fractured member. 
Anaclastica, sf, {optic.) ana- 

cVastÂcs. 

Aiiac\eíUfiO> Q^> adi. Canta — ^^ 



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ANA 



song nsed by the Greeks yrhem. 

they persecuted their encmies, 
Jinaoo, sm. a kid two yenrs old. 
Anacolutho, sm. iraram.) anaco- 

luton, a sort of ellipse. 
Anacoreta, sm. anacfaoret, anar 

chorite. [tical. 

Anacoretico, a, adj. anachore- 
Anaooreticaxnente, adv. as an 

anachoret. 
Anacoretismo, sm. tfae life of an 

anachoret; a solitary life. 
Anaçoado, a, adj. of a natlon. 
Anacreontico, a, adj. anacreon- 

tic. 
Auaddir, va. {ane.) to add. 
Anadel or Anlxadel, sm, a Moor- 

ish captain. 
Anadema, s. {anc.) anademe, 

crown of flowers. [sis. 

AnadiploEds, sf. {rhet.) anadipio- 
Anafa, sf. ibot.) melilot. 
Anafado, a, pp. adj. sleek, fat, 

that has a smooth coat («peak- 

ing of borses,etc.). 
Anafaim, sf. tbe :ôrsrt «ilk yam 

spun by tne silk-'wonn. 
Anafar, va. to aomb a horse. 
Anafega, sf. a kiud of finxit ealled 

jujube. 
Anafil, sm, alifoorish trampei. 
AnaíUeiro, sm. he that tHajs 

Anafil. [anapoora. 

Anáfora or Anaidiora, sf. (rhet.) 
AnagalliB, sf. {hot.\ anagaUis. 
Anaglyptaloo, a,aâf . anaglrpitic. 
Anaglsrplw, «n, \eseulp ) aaa- 

Aautgoa, sf. aákift, « -wmnaifs 

tmaer garment of Mnen. 
Anagogia, sf. [tkeol.) anagogj. 




Anagegloos, sm.pl. speeches or 

Sra^ers that «xaK tbe laúid to 
ivine contemplatioBB. 
Anagrannna, «m. anagram. 
Anagrasnmatisar, va. to ana< 
grammatise. [g^aamattsin. 

Anagrasunatiamo , sm. ana- 
■ABaipTimmmtftrta, <w. apaiyaai- 



Anal or Annal, acíj. asai, per- 

taining to the anus. 
Analcimo, «m, {min.) analcim. 
Analectos, sm. pi. analects : se- 

lections from authors. 
Analemma, sm. {astr.) analemme. 
Analepcia, sf. [med.) analepsis. 
Analeptica, sf. [med.) analeptic. 
Analeptlco, a, adj. analeptic, 

comforting. [mity. 

Analogia, sf. analogy; confor- 
Analogicamente, aam. analogi- 

cally . 
Analógico, a, adj. analo^cal. 
Analogismo, sm. analogism. 
Analogistico, a, adj. analogical. 
Análogo, a, adj. analogous. 
Analphabeto, sm. he that is 

ignorant. 
Analysado, a, pp. adj. analyzed. 
Analysador, «m. analyzer. — 

adj. analyzer, one who anaiyzçs. 
Anaiyaar, va. to analyze. [sis. 
Analyse or Aná^ynás, sf. analy- 
Analysta.«m. analyst. [cally. 
Analyticamente, adv. analyti- 
Analytico, a, adj. analvtic, ana- 

iytical. [iniallibility. 

Azxamartesia, sf. impeccability, 
Anamnesia, sf. reminiscence. 
Anamnetieo, sm. anamnetic. 
Anamorphose, sf. anamorphosis. 
Ananaz, sm. ananás or pine-apple. 
Ananazeiro, sm. the pine apple- 

tree. 
Ananicar, va- to make dvarf, 

ifi^.) to diminish. 
Anão, sm. and adj. m. dwarf. 
AnapetBtico, a, aaj. anapestic. 
Anapeoto, sm. [poet.) anapest 

Verso cem — «, an anapestic 

verse. 
AnaiArodisia , sf. {med ) the 

absence of Tenereal appetite^ 
Anapfarodito, a, adj. (msd) 

anaphroditical. {plerotic. 

AnapWrotico, a, adj. (stirg.) ana- 
Aaapneiisis, sf. (med.) breathing ; 

respiration 
Anaseida, tf. «ci&c<^;:} . 

1 «ii8cr^\c8\. 

l AnaxchtoUi, «m. Miy^Ms?^» 



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AND 



direction of the blood to the 

head. 
Anasarca, sf. [meã.) anasarca. 
Anasarco or Anasartico, adj. 

anasarcous, dropsical. 
Anassas, sm. anassas (a fruit of 

Africa). [health. 

Anastasis, sf. a recovery of 
Anastoxnatico, a, adj. anasto- 

matic. 
Anastomosar-se, vr. to anasto- 

mose, to form an anastomosis. 
Anastomosis, sf- {med.) anasto- 
mosis. 
Anastrophe, sf. (gram.) anastro- 

phe, anastropny. 
AnatadOf a, adj. covered -with 

cream. 
Anathexna, sm. anathema; {fig) 

a victime, a sacriâce. 
Anathematisação, sf. anathe- 

matization. fmatized. 

Anathexnatisado, a, adj. anatfae- 
Anathexuatisar, va. to anathe- 

matize, to excommunicate. 
Anathexnatisxuo, sm. anathe- 

matism. 
Anatocismo « sm. anatocism i 

usnrious contract. 
Anatomia, sf. anatomy; {fia.) 

anatomy dissection. [calíy. 
Anatomicamente, adv. anatomi- 
Anatomico, a, adj. anatomical. 

— sm. one who dissects bodies. 
Anatomisado, a, pp adj. anato- 

mized. 
Anatomisar. va. to anatomize, 

ifig.) to search, to examine. 
Anatomista, sm. anatomist 
Anatrope, s . {med.) inappetency. 
Anaudia, sf. dumbness. 
Anavalhaao, a, adj. razor- 

shaped [ammoniac. 

AnaTar or Anaxatre, sm sal 
Anca, sf. the hip or haunch. 
Ancado, sm (veter.) a horse^s 

sickness. [haaghty. 

Ancho , a , adj. broad , wide , 
Anohova, sf. anchovy. [nity. 
Anchura, sf breadth; (fig.) va- 
Anoia, sf. anxiety. pain» anguish, 
grief. As — sda morte, the pan&:& 
ofdeath, ^ 

•AnoiS, sf. aa olá woman. 



1 



Anelado, a, pp. adj anguished, 

tormented. 
Ancianidade, sf. ancientry, an- 

cientness, seniority. 
Ancião, sm. a venerable old man, 

an elder Os anciões^ sm. pi. 

the elders Ancião, adj. m. an- 

cient, old. 
Anoiar, va. to cause anj^sh, 

affliction ; {fia.) to wish for. — 

vn. to pant. Anciar-se, vr. to be 

panged, to be nauseated. 
AnoiUa, sf a -woman-slave, a 

servant. 
Ancinho, sm. a rake. 
Anciosamente, adv. anxiously. 
Ancioso, a, adj anxious, carefol, 

affiictive. 
Anco, sm. elbow ; any flexure or 

angle in general. 
Ancora, sf. an anchor; {fig.) hope, 

safety. E^a nossa — , a nossa 

esperança, it is our sheet anchor. 
Ancorado, a, pp. adj. anchored, 

that rides at anchor. 
Ancoradouro, sm. anchorage, 

anchoring, anchor-ground. 
Ancoragem, sf. anchorage, an- 

choring. [chor. 

Ancorar, va. {a sea term) to an<- 
Ancoreta, sf. stream anchor. 
Ancoreto or Ancorote, sm. a 

kedger, a small anchor. 
Anoylomelo, sm. {surg ) a curve 

probe. [sis. 

Ancylotomo, sm- {nwg.) ancvlo- 
Andía,tnícr;. go, go away ! — (oof,) 

anda, Brazilian tree. 
Andabatas, sm. pi. andabatse a 

sort of gladiators who fought 

hood-winked. 
Andaço, sm. contagious disease 
Andadeiras sf. pi leading- 

strings. Carecer de — , {fig.) to 

want to be led by another- 
Andadeiro, 9L,adj. a great walker. 
Andado, a, jTp. adj. walked. Meio 

caminho — , {fig.) that overcame 

a great part of a difâculty. 
Ancuidor, sm. a great walker. — 

adu summoner. 
Amasidoria., sf . ^e o^^ç.% ot «ossa.- 



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ANE 



Andaimada, sf. a scaffolding. 

Andaime or Andaimo, sm. scaf- 
fold, scaffolding for masons. 

Andaina, sf. a row. — de artilhe- 
ria, a battery. [one story. 

Andajem, sf. {anc.) a house of 

Andamento, sm. march, method 
of proceeding. [way. 

Andamo, sm. {anc.) a passage or 

Andança, sf. the adventures of 
the knights-errant. 

Andante, aJj. 2 g errant, vaga- 
bond. — , s. and adj. {music) 
andante. 

Andantino, sm. a less slow mo- 
tion that the andante. 

Andar, t;n. to go, to -walkytostep, 
to move, to De carried or con- 
veyed from one place to anoth- 
er ; to run, to elapse {time) ; to be 
spread , propagated (diseases, 
news) ; to continue in a certain 
State. — de saúde, to enjoy health. 
Construed with verbs of action 
or motion it indieates conti- 
nuance, and is rendered in En- 
glish by to be about. — dizendo, 
espalhando^ to go about saving, 
spread ing, etc. — para., to oe on 
tne eve of doing somothing. — 
a pé^ to walk, to go on foot. — 
a cavallo, em carruagem, to ride. 
— embarcado or a vela, to sail. 
'•^pejada {mulher), to be with 
child. — a passo, to pace. — a 
gallope, to gallop. — de trote, to 
trot. Com o — ao tempo, in the 
course of timo. — triste, to look 
sad. — bom, to look well. — 
atraz de alguém, to be looking 
for somebody. Ir se andando, to 
sheer off. — de pé, to rise, to be 
no longer bedrid. 

Andar-se, vr. to be in the act of 
doing. Anda-se em busca de, they 
are in search of. 

Andares, s. pi. loc. Tive com elle 
muitos — e tomares, I had many 
disputes with hira. 

Andarilho or Andarim, sm. a 
runnlng footman. 

Andari-ire2o5, sm. pi. (a sea term) 
MoahlBforhoistingajid strikiiig 



•P-Ajnaf 



Andas, sf. pi. a bier to carry the 

dead or rather the two polés 

belonging to it. 
Andavel, adj. 2 g. that walks. 
Andejo, a, adj. frisking, çood 

walker. ftains). 

Andes, sm.pl. the Andes (monn- 
Andillxas, sf. pi. a saddle for 

woraen to ride on. 
Andiroba, sf. {bot.) a sort of 

Braziiian plant. 
Andor, sm. a bier to carry images 

in a procession. 
Andorlnlia, sf. {nat. hist.) a swal- 

low. — {bot.) celandine. 
Andorinho, sm. swallow.— (a sea 

term) strop. — s. pi. small foggels. 
Andrajos, sm. pi. rags, tatters. 
Andrajoso, a, adj. ragged, tat- 

tered. 
Andrapodocapelo, sm. a mer< 

chant of slaves, or eunuchs. 
Andreolitha, s. {miner.) andreo- 

lite. — {bot.) the white jacinth. 
Andrino, a, adj. Cavalío — >, a 

damson-coloured horse. 
Andrio, sm. {nat. hist.) a kind of 

snake. [cious stono. 

Androdamas, sm. {miner.) a pre< 
Androgenia, sf. {med.) the suc- 

cession of male to male. 
Androgenesia, sf. {phil.) tho 

physical and moral scienco or 

developraent of humanity. 
Androgyno, a, s. and adj. an her« 

raaphrodite, androgynal. 
Androido, sm. android, automo- 

ton. 
Andromeda, sf. {astron.) constel- 

lution in the nortti hemisphere. 
Androminas, «/*. j9^. cheats, false- 

hoods. [to mankind. 

Androphobla, sf. {med.) aversion 
Androphobo, a, adj. he that 

hatcs ali men. 
Androsace, st?i. {bot.) androsace. 
Androtomia, sf. androtomy. 
Andurriaes, sm. pi. unfrequented 

ways or passages. 
Anecdota, sf. auucd.<^\.^. 
Aneodotico, «l, adj. ^tv^c^qM\«s^ 
An©odo\.\a\A, sm A^ ^íaax ^^^V^t 






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ANG 



Aziediar,va.to make amooth or fat. 
Anegaça, sf. V. Negaça. 
Anegado, a, pp. adj. sunk, 

drowued. 
Anegar, va. to sink, to drown. 
Anegociado, a, adj. {anc.) busy 

with aflairs. 
Anegrado, a, adj. made black. 
Anel, sm. a ring. V. Antiel. 
Anelectrico, a. adj. iphys. ) that 

cannot bo clectrined by a 

friction but by the communicar 

tion. [year old. 

Aiielho,5m.aslieep or ox, etc, a 
Anexnasis or Anemia, sf. aneiny. 
Anemobata, sm. a rope-dancer. 
Anemocordio, sm. a kind of 

harpsichord. [pl^y- 

Anemograpliia, sf. anemogra- 
Anemologia, x/*. anemology. 
Anemometographo, sm. anemo- 

meter adapted to a pendulum. 
Anemometria, sf. anemonietry. 
Anemómetro, sm. anemometer. 
Anemone, sm. anemone, ane- 

raony. 
Anemonina, sf. {chem.) substance 

extracted of tne anemone. 
Anemoscopio, sm. anemoscopo. 
Anepi^raplio, a, adj. -without 

inscnption. 
Anepitiiymia, sf. {med.) a defi- 

ciency ofthe sensitive appetite. 
Anesthesia, sf. {med.) a sort of 

palsy. [an anchor. 

Anete, sm. {asea term.) the ring of 
Aneurisma» sm. and f. {ined.) 

aneurism. 
Aneurismal, adj. 2 g. aneurismaL 
Aneurismatico, a, adj. aneu- 
rismal. 
Aneadm, sm. quibble. 
Anfião, sm. opium. 
Anfisibena, sf. a sorpent sup- 

poscd to have two heads. 
Anfractuosidade, sf. anfracluo- 

sity. 

Anfractuoso, a, adj. anfractuous. 
Angâ, s. a fruit ot Brazil that is 
like a bean. [seduced. 

Angariado, SL.pp. adj. ailured. 
Angariar, va. to allure, to seduce. 
Angel, sm. a bird as a partridge. 
AngeladOj a, adj. angelic 



Angélica, sf. {bot.) angélica, 

ling-wort. 
Angelical, adj. 2 g. angelic. 
Angelicamente, ado. angeli- 

cally. [angels. 

Angelicida, sm. a murderer of 
Angélico, a, adj. angelic, ange- 
lical. Agua — fl, {pharm. ) a kmd 

of purge. 
Angelim, sm. angelina (tree). 
Angerato, sm. {bót.) a medicinal 

plant resembling corianders. 
Angina, sf. angina, quincv. 
Anginosa, a, adj. {meã.) an- 

giiious. 
Angiographia, sf. angiography. 
Angiologia, sf. angiology. 
Angiorrliagia, sf. {rned.) bloody 

flux by excess of lorce. 
Angioscopio, sm. {anat.) an 

instrument for examining the 

capillary vessels. [sperma. 

Angiosperma, adj. {bot.) angio- 
Angiospermia, sf. {bot.) angio> 

spermy. [giospermous. 

Angiospermo, a, adj. (bot.) an- 
Angiotomia, sf. {anat.) anglo- 

tomy. 
Anglicano, a, adj. anglican, 

anglic, Anglicanos, sm. pi, an- 

glicans. 
Anglicism, sm. anglicism. 
Anglio, adj. anglic, English. 
Anglo, sm. English. 
Anglomania, sf. anglomania. 
Anglomaniaco , sm. angloma- 

niac. 
Angra, sf. a creek or bay. 
Angu, sm. angu. 
Angriia, sf. V. Enguia. 
Anguifero, adj. anguilliform. 
Anguipede, adj. 2 g. that has 

feet as asnuke. 
Angulado, a, adj. angulated. 
Angular, adj. 2 g. angular. Pedra 

— , ifiO-) síay or support. 
Anguiaridade, sf. aiigularity. 
Angulario, sm. an instrument for 

measuring the angles. 
Angularmante, adv. angulaily. 
Angulo, sm. an angle, a comer. 

— do olhOj the lachrymaL — (\k-itli 

printers) caret (A). [guiar. 

Anguloso, a, adj. angoloos, an- 



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Angurria, sf. (merf.) strangury. 
Angustia, sf. angustatlon ; an- 

guish, pain. 
Angustiadamente, adv, -with 

anguish, pain. 
Angustiado, a, pp. adj. an- 

guished, tortured. 
Angustiar, va. to trouble. to vex ; 

to anguish ; to niuko narrov. 

Angustiar-se^ vr. to be vexed. 
Angustioso, a. adj, with anguish, 

trouble. Anhelito — , a short 

breath. 
Angusto, a, adj. narrow, strait. 
Angustura, sf.[bot.) angustura; 

narrowuess of place. 
Anhalação, sf. {med.) anhelation. 
Anhelado, a, pp, adj. greatly 

desired, wished. 
Anhelante, adj. 2 g. that desires 

earnestly. 
Anhelar, vn. to breath short — 

va. to desire anxiously. 
Anhelito, sm. short ness of breath. 
Anhelo, sm. an earnest desire. — 

adj. {anc.) that desires earnestly. 
Anho, sm. a lamb. 
Anhoto, a, oÂj. {a sea term] Navio 

— , a ship that is contmnally 

upon a voyage to and fro, a 

packet-boat. [sweat. 

Anidrose, sf. the diminution of 
Anihilar, va. and derivated. 

V. Anif/uilar, 
Anil, sm. or Anileira, sf. anil, 
;.. Índigo. — adj. beionginç to old 

age. [with anil. 

Anilado, a, pp. adj. bluish, dyed 
Anilar, va. to dye with indigo. 
Anilhaçado, a, pp. adj, attached 

with rings, linked. 
Anilhaçar, oa. to link, to attach 

with riiijjs. 
Anilho, sm. ringlet. — {a sea term) 

a mooring-riu{j. 
Animação, f animation. —(alch.) 

fernientation. Ungly. 

Animadamente, adv, animat- 
Animado, a, pp. adj. animated, 

lively. [animatcs. 

Animador, sm. anitnator, one that 
Ajaimadveraão, sf. aniIDadve^ 

aJÍ^°'^ fmadverted. 

^àaimadirerUdo, a, pp. adj. ani- 



Animadvertlr,t.'n.to a D ima d vert 
Animal, sm. an animal. 
Animal, adj. 2 g. animal. 
Animalaço, sm. a grcat animal. 
Animalculo, sm. {nat. kist.) ani- - 

malcule, a little animal. 
Animalejo, sm. a little animal. 
Animalia, sf. {anc.) a beast, a 

brute. 
Animalidade sf. animality. 
Animalisação, sf. animalization. 
Animalisado, a, pp. adj. anima- 

lized. [of the animal. 

Animalismo, sm. nature. <iualíty 
Animalisar, va. to aniinnlize. Am- 

mnlisar-se, vr. to bo animalized. 
Animante, adj. 2 g. nnimating. 
Animar, va. to animate, to make 

alive; to givo 11 fe; {fig.) to 

enconrage. Animar^se. vr. to be 

stimulated. [animated 

Animavel, adi. 2 g. that may be 
Anime, sf. {pnami.) anime, gnm 

anime. [ofthesonl. 

Animioida, «m.(fA?o/.) amurderer 
Animista, sm. he that attributes 

to the soul ali the phenoraena 

of animal econom^. 
Animo, 5m. soul, spirit; courage, 

valour. Estar de — . to piirposo. 
Animosamente, aav. courage- 

ously, valiantly. 
Animosidade, sf. anímosity, 

valour, courage. [rageous. 

Animoso, a. adj. brave, cou- 
Anina, sf. an iron rinjílet. 
Aninado, a, pp.adj. lulled. 
Aninar, va. to luU. 
Aninhado, a, pp. adj. nestled. 
Aninhar, va. to nestle. Aninhar- 

se, vr. to make a nest. 
Aninho, sm. a young lamb. 
Aniquilação, sf. annihilation. 
Aniquilado, a, pp. adj. annihllr 

ated. 
Aniquilador, sm. and adj. that 

annihilates. [tion. 

Aniquilamento, sm. annihila- 
Aniqnilar, va. to annihilate, to 

destroy. Antq[uiíar-se, xr. Vi 

AxÚB ot Axk.\ao, sm. «cvv^«v. 



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Anisar, va. to strew over with 

auise-seed or aniseed. 
Anlvelado, a, pp. adi. levelled. 
Anivelar, va. to levei, to make 

even. 
Anjo, sm. angel. 
Axinaes, sm. pi. annals. 
Azmal, adj. of a year.V. Annual. 

— de missas^ an annat. 
Annalista, sm. aonalist. 
Azmata, sf. annat or annate. 
Annatlsta, sm. an offícer em- 

ployed about the annates. 
Anneiro, adj. precarious, even- 
tual. 
Annel, sm. a ring. V. Anel. 
Annelado, a, pp. adj. curled (the 

hair); having the form of a 

ring. [locks. 

Anneladura, sf. the ringlets or 
Annelar, va. to curl, to turn the 

hair in ringlets. 
Annexa, sf. dependency ; a small 

estate, ecclesiastic living or any ■ 

rent annexed to a more consi- 

derable. 
Annexação, sf. annexation. 
Annexado, a, adj. annexed, 

United . 
Annexar, va. to annex. 
Annexidades, sf. pi. annexes, 

annexed things. 
Annexo, a, adj. annexed, joined. 

— , s. a thing united to the main 

object. 



ANN 



AnniferO; a, adj. (poet.) that pro- 

duces fruit ali the year. 
Anntquilar, va. V. Aniquilar and 

derivated. 
Anniversariainente , adv. an- 

nually. 
Anniversario, a, adj. anniver- 

sary. 
Anno , sm. year. Dia de — bomy 

new-year's day. Dia de — «, birth 

day. 
Annojal, adj. 2 g. Leite — , milk 

of cow that has calved lately. 
Annoxninação, sf. annomination. 
Annoso, a, adj. old, ancient. Y. 

Ve/Ão. 
A.nnotsíçSío, sf. annotation, re- 
^^^' <^ommentaxY. (in law) — 
«? àe/is, an edict by which the 



guilty is obliged to appear be- 

fore the judge. [tations. 

Annotadamente , adv. with anno- 
Annotado, a, pp. adj. remarked ; 

{in law) summoned. 
Annotador, sm. annotator. 
Annotar, va. to annotate, to re- 

mark. 
Annua, sf. a letter refering the 

events of every year. 
Annual, adj. 2 g. yearly, annual. 
Annualidade, sf. quality of being 

annual. [nually. 

Annualmente, adv. yearly, an- 
Annuario, sm. a sort of work 

published every year. 
Annuente, adj. 2 g. that assents. 

— , sm. he that grants or ap- 

proves. 
Annuidade, sf. annuity. 
Annuido, a, pp. adj. assented. 
Annuir, va. to nod, to assent, to 

grant. [nulary. 

Annular, adj. 2 g. annular, an- 
Annullaçào, «/. annulling, annul- 

ment. [abrogated. 

Annullado, a, pp. aJj. annulled, 
Annullador , sm. and adj. he 

that annuls. [nuls. 

Annullante, adj. 2 g. that an- 
Annullar, va. to annul, to nul- 

lify, to abolish. 
Annullativo, a, atlj. {in law) that 

annuls or nullifíes. 
Annullatorio, a, adj. {in law) 

that has the power of annul- 

lating. [repealable. 

Annullavel, adj. 2 g. abolishable, 
Annumerado, a, pp. adj. annu- 

merated. 
Annumerar, va. lo annumerate. 
Annunciação, sf. annunciatiou, 

annunciating. 
Annunciador, adj. and sm. an- 

nouncer, one that announces. 
Annunciante, adj. 2 g. that an- 
nounces. 
Annunciar, va. to announce, to 

declare, to publish. 
Annunciativo, a, adj. that an- 
nounces, pubíishes. 
Annuncio , sm. Tumowiicci\xvfiTLt., 

^ ^ I pubUcaXion, môssív.^<i. 

>y which tho [ Axkirao, 8^ adj. aTitixw^, -s^^tVj . 



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ANT 



Ano. sm. anus, fundament. 
Anodynado, a, pp. adj. softened 

with anodyne medicines. 

Anodynar, va. to assuage with 

anodyne medicines. [lity. 

Anodynia, sf. {med.) insensibi- 

Anodyno, a, adj. anodyne, pare- 

goric. 
Anogueirado, a, adj. having the 

colour of the walnut-tree. 
Anoitecer, vn. to grow night. 
Anoitecido, a, pp. adj. grown 

night. 
Anoj adiço, adj. irascible. 
Anojado, a, pp. adj. that is in 

mourning ; {fig.) tiresome. 
Anojador, s. and adj. he that is 

nauseous, a nauseous thing. 
Anojamento, sm. {anc.) anger. 

— mourning. 

Anojar, va. to tire, to weary. 

Anojar-se, vr. to'mourn, to be 

sorrowful. [ness. 

Anojo, sm. displeasure, peevish- 

Anojoso, a, aaj. that is tedious, 

tiresome. [lism. 

Anomalia, sf. anomaly, anoma- 

Anomalistico, a, adj. {ostron.) 

anomalistic, anomalistical. 
Anómalo, a, adj. anomalous, ir- 
regular. 
Anomia, af. anomia. 
Anomias, sf.pl. anomise, fóssil 

shells. 
Anomocephalo, sm. with a de- 

formity m the head. 
Anon3rmb, a, adj. anonymous. 
Anordesteado, a, pp. adj. de- 

clined to the north-west. 
Anordestear, va. (a sea term) to 

decline to the north-west. 
Anorexia, sf. {med.) anorexy. 
Anormal, adj. 2 g. irregular. 
Anortear, vn. to turn to the 
north-west. [smell. 

Anosmia, sf. {med.) deíiciency of 
Anoveado, a, pp. adj. mulcted 
for paying nine times the worth 
of a stolen thing. 
Anovear, va. to multiply nine 

times the worth of a thing. 
AnováUado, a, pp. adj. wound •, 
í^-) offglomerated. 
.Anovellar, va. to agglomerate. 



Anq^iInhaB, sf. pi. hoop, farthin 

gale. [rope. 

Anriqfue, sm. {a sea term) buoy- 

Anseaticas^ adj. pi. {cidades) 

hanse-towns. 
Anseres, sm. pL {nat. hist.) the 
family of geese. [poral. 

Anspeçada, sf. {milit.) under cor^ 
Anta, sf. anta, tapir. 
Antacido, a, adj. antiacid. 
Antado, a, adj. tanned. 
Antagonismo, sm. (rned.) anta- 

gonism. 
Antagonista, sm. antagonist. 
Antalgiai, sf, the absence of 

pain. 
Antalgioo, a, adj. antalgic. 
Antalo, sm, antalium, antalus. 
Antanaclaase, sm. {rhet.) anta- 
naclasis. [goge. 

Antanagoge, sm. {rhet.) antana- 
Antaphrodisiaco, a, adj. anta- 
phrodisiac. — , sm. antaphrodi 
siac. [ditic. 

Antaphroditico , sm. antaphro- 
Antsxctico, a, adj. {astron.) an- 

tarctic. 
Antasthmatico, a, adj. {med.) 

antasthmatic. 
Ante, prep. before. Pé — pé^ foot 

by foot. 
Anteado, a, sm. and sf. son-in- 

law, daughter-in-law. 
Ante-aurora, sf. the break of 

day. 
Ante-braço, sm. fore-arm. 
Ante-camara, sf. antichambcr. 
Antecedência, sf. antocedence, 

antecedency. 
Antecedente, adj- 2 g. antece- 

dent, preceding. 
Antecedentemente, adv. ante^ 

cedently. 
Anteceder, va. to precede, to an- 
tecede; to exceed. 
Antecessor, sm. an antecessor. 
Anteoolumna, sf. {arch.) a sepa- 
rated column before a buildinç. 
Anteconhecimento , sm. anti- 

cipated knowledge. 
AntecoT, sm. qt K3D^ACiCst^^^^ 

AntecÒTO, sm. ^^^^-^"^^^5^* ^ ^si,^ 



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before he niarried herhad lived 
a dissipated life. [vian. 

Antediluviano, a, adj. antedilu- 
Antedito, pp. adj. foretold. 
Antedizer, va. to foretell. 
Anteferir, va. to prefer. 
Antefirma, sf. the words of civi- 
lity preccdiug the siji^nature of 
a letter. 
Antefosso, sm. the moats which 
surround the esplanada or gla- 
cis. 
Antegalha, sf. ia sea terni) a sort 
of rope for fastening the sails 
to the yards. 
Anteguãrda, sf. V. Vanguarda. 
Antehontem, sm. theday before 

yesterday. 

Antelaçãò, sf. preference. 

Anteloquio, sm. a prologue, a 

preface. [day. 

Antelucano, adi. early before 

Antemanliã , sf. before day- 

light. [previoiísly. 

Antemão, adu. with anticipation, 

Antemeridiano, a, adj. anteme- 

ridian. [previously. 

Antemover, va. to move, to stir 

Antemurado, a, adj. countcr- 

mure d ; {/ig.) defended. 
Antemural, sjn. a countermuro, 

a barbican bolbre a castle. 
Antemuro, sm. counter-mure. 
Antenna, sf. the yard of a ship. 
Antewias, sf. pi. {nat. hist.) an- 
tennse, feelers. 
Antennado, a, adj. {nat. kist.) 
having aiUeimíie. [tros. 

Antennal. sm. a sca bird, alba- 
Antenome, soi. a title before the 
rame of )):i|)tisra. [tial. 

Antenupcial, adj. 2 g. antenup- 
Anteoccupação, sf {rhet.) a li- 
gure by >vhich is foreseen au 
objectiori for destroying it. 
Anteoccupante, adj. 2 g. preoc- 

cupntin^'. 
Antepaixão, sf. a passion pre- 
cedi ng reason. [tored. 
Anteparado, a, pp. adi. shel- 
Anteparar. va. to sheltor, to 
se cure fiom ; {fig.) to repel, to 
oppose. — , vn. to stop. 
Anteparas, sf pi. [a sea term) 



partitioDS made of boards to di- 
vide deck and atore-rooms. 
Anteparo, sm, a portal before a 

door. [birth. 

Anteparto, sm. before the child- 
Antepassado, a, pp. adj. pa<t, 

past o ver. [forefatners. 

Antepassados, sm.pl. ancestors, 
Antepassar, va. to precede, to 

go before. 
Antepasto, sm. suoh dishes as 

are first served at table. 
Antepenúltimo, a. adj. antepe- 

nult, thft last but two. 
Antephialtico , a, adj. (med.) 

good against the nightrinare. 
Antepilectico, a, adj. {med.) an- 

tepileptic. 
Antepoimento, sm. {ane.) the 

act of anteponing. 
Antepopa, sf. {a sea term) the 

fore part of the stern. 
Antepor, va. to prefer, to antc- 

pone. 
Anteporta, sf. a folding-door. 
Anteportaria, sf. an outer room 

next the principal door of a 

convent. 
Anteposição, sf. the act and ef- 

fect of prefcring. 
Anteposto, Si,pp. adj. set before, 

preíered. 
Antepotente, adj. 2 g. {poet.) 

more powerful, potent. 
Anteprimeiro, a, adj. prelimi- 

nary. [speedily. 

Antequanto. adv. {anc.) (juickly, 
Anterior, adj. 2 g. anterior, for- 

nior. [precedency. 

Anterioridade, sf. anteriority, 
Anteriormente, adv. previously, 

before. 
Antes, ado. before; rather, sooner. 
Antesala, sf. anteroom. 
Antesignano, sm. {tnilit.) an en- 

sign. [before the time. 

Antetempo. adv. loc. untimely, 
Antever, va. to foresee. 
Anteverter, va. to go before. 
Antevertido, a, pp. adi. pre- 

ceded. [tne eve. 

Antevéspera, sf. the day before 
Antevidenoia, sf. foresight, pro- 
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Antevigilia, sf. fore-vigil. 
Antevisto, a, pp. adj. foreseen, 

presaged. [mintic. 

Anthelmintico, a, adi. anthel- 
Anthemis, .^. {bot.) anthemis. 
Anthera, 5^. ibot.') anther^ apex. 
Anthese, s. [bot.) this name is 

given to the phenomena pre- 

sented, by the opcning âo^srers. 
Anthologia, sf. anthology. 
Anthora, sf. (bot.) anthora, hel< 

met-flower. [buncle. 

Anthrax, sm. (anc.) anthrax, car- 
Anthroceros, sm. {bot.) a plant 

of genus alga. 
Antnropoíilo, sm. afríendofthc 

mankind. 
Antliropoforxne, adj. 2 g. having 

the human forra. 
Anthropogenia . sf. knowledge 

of the human generation. 
Anthropographia, sf. anthropo- 

graphy. 
Anthropographo , sm. he that 

■writes upon wie human race. 
Anthropolatria, sf. worship of 

the man. 
Anthropomagnetismo, sm. an- 

thropomagnetism. 
Anthropomorpliia, sf. anthro- 

pomorphy. 
Anthropoxnorphos, sm. pi. an- 

thropomorpha, [phagy. 

Anthropophagia, sf. anthropo- 
Anthropophago, a, adj. anthro- 

pophagons («.7)/.anthropophagi). 
Anthroposomatologia, sf. a 

descri ption of the human oody. 
AnthropoBophia, sf. anthropo- 

sophy. 
Antirroçotomia, sf. anatomical 

dissection of a man. 
Anthyllião, sm. {bot.) anthyllis. 
Anth3nioptico, a. adj. and s. an- 

thynoptic. [tihysteric. 

Antliysterico, a, adj. and s. an- 
Antisúsortivo, a. adj. {med.) goocl 

against the aboi-tion. 
Antiácido, a, adj. antiacid. 
Antiapoplectico, a, adj, antapo- 

plectic. [tarthritic. 

Antiarthritico, a, adj. and s. an- 
Antlasmatico, a, adj. antasth- 

matío. 



AnUcachectloo, a, adj. antica- 

chetic. 
Anticanceroso, a, adj. (jned.) 

good against the câncer. 
Anticeltico, a, adj. (med.) anti< 

venereal. 
Antichristôlo, adj. antichristian. 
Antichristianismo , sm. auti- 

christlanism. 
Antichristo, sm. antlchrist. 
AntichroniBmo, sm. mistake in 

chronology. 
Anticipaçao, sf. anticipation. 
Anticipadamente , aav. antiei- 

pately, previously. 
Anticipado, a. adj, anticipated. 
Anticipador, .vn. anticipator. — , 

adj. anticipating. [patinf^. 

Anticipante, adj. 2 q. antici- 
Anticipar, va. to anticipato. Ati- 

ticípar-se, vr. to precede, to 

come sooner ; to prevent, to be 

beforehand with. 
Anticonstitncional, adj. i g. an- 

ticonstitutional. 
Anticonstitucionalznonte, tvlo. 

unconstitutionally. [metic. 

Anticosmetico, a* adj. anticos- 
Antidata. sf. antedate. 
Antidatado, a, adj, antedated. 
Antidatar, va. to ant(>date. 
Antidemocrático, a, adj. anti- 

democratic. 
Antidemoniaco, a, adj. and s. 

he that denies the oxistence of 

demons. [the diabetes. 

Antidiabetico. a, adj. destroying 
Antidiaphoretico, "a, adj. good 

agí;iiist oxce; sivo hwoats. 
Antidoron, sm. a prcscnt. 
Antidotal, adj. 2 g. antidotal. 
Antidotar, va. to antidote. 
Antidotario, sm. antidotary. 
Antidoto, sm. antídoto, preven- 
tivo; (fig.) preservativo. 
Antidropico, a, adj. {med.) anti- 

dropsical. [dysenteric. 

Antidysenterico, a, adj. anti- 
Antiemetico, a. adj. antemetio. 
Antiface, sm. a veil for covering 

the ince. [febrile. 

Antifebril, adj. 2 g. {med.) anti- 
Antiflogistico, a, adj. autiflo- 

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Antigamente, adv. anciently. 
Antigar, va, to make ancient. 
Antigo, a, adj. ancient, old. 
Antigotoso, a, adj. good against 
H the gout, 
Antigrapho, sm. a mark to dis- 

tinguish the words we raake 

notes upon, from the explana- 

tion of them. [old. 

Antiguado, a, adj. antiquated, 
Antigualha, sf. &núc^mty. 
Antiguidade, sf. antiquitv. 
AntiEectico, a, adj. {mea.) anti- 

hectic. 
Antihemorroidal, adj. 2 g. and 

s. antihemorrhoidal. 
Antiherpetico, a, adj. is said of 

ali the remedies against the 

herpes. 
Antihydrophobico , a , adj. 

against the hydrophoby. 
Antihydropico,a, adj. antidrop- 

sical. [tihypocondriac. 

Antihypocondriaco, a, adj. an- 
Antilethargico, a, adj. and s. 

(med.) couhteracting lethargy. 
Antillias, sf. pi. the Antilles. 
Antilogarithmo , sm. antiloga- 

rithm. 
Antilogia, sf. antiloçy. 
Antilope. sjn. {nat. híst.) antílope. 
Antiloquio, sm. exordiura. 
Antilutherano, a, adj. and s. 

antilutheran. 
Antinieph3rtico, a, adj. and s. 

good against the mephitical 

emanations. 
Antiministerial, adj. 2 g. anti- 

ministerial. 
Antimonarcliico, a, adj. anti- 

monarchical, antimonarchic. 
Antimoniado, a, adj. {pharm.) 

antiraoniated. [nial. 

Antimonial, adi. 2 g. antimo- 
Antimonio, sm. (ínín.) antimony. 
Antimoral, adj. 2 g. opposed to 

the raorality. [tional. 

Antinacional, adj. 2 g, antina- 
Antinomia, £/*. {inlaw) antinomy. 
Antiodontalgioo, a, adj. antio- 

dontalgic. 
.Antipapa, sm. antipope. 
'AntipapadOy sm. the unlawful 
^li^nity of the antipope. 



Antiparallela , sf. antiparallel 

line. 
Antipathia, sf. antipathy. 
Antipathico, a, adj. antipathe- 

tical. 
Antiperistaltico, a, adj. antipe- 

ristaltic. 
Antiperistasis, sf. antiperistasis. 
Antipestilencial, adj. 2 g. anti- 

pestilential. 
Antiphen, sm. a mark to show 

that some letters or words that 

are joined together, ought to be 

separated. 
Antiphilanthropia , sf. defi- 

ciency of philanthropy. 
Antipfailanthropico, a, adj. an- 

tiphilanthropical. 
Antiphilosophico, a, adi. anti- 

philosophical. [phlogistic. 

Antiphlogistico , a, adj. anti- 
Antiphona, sf. antiphony, an- 

them. 
Antiphonario, sm. antiphonary. 
Antiphrasis or Antiphrase, sf. 

antiphrasis. 
Antipleuritico, a, adj. against 

the pleurisy, antipleuritic. 
Antipodal, adj. 2 g. antipodal. 
Antipodas, sm. pi. antípodes. 
Antipoliorcetica, sf. that part 

of military art which treats of 

the defence of places. 
Antipolitica, sf. antipolicy. 
Antipologia , sf. a writing 

against an apology. 
Antipsorico, a, aaj. (med.) an- 

tipsoric. 
Antiptosis, sf. (gram.) antiptosis. 
Antiputrido, a, adj. anti-putrid. 
Antipyretico, a, adj. antifebrile- 
Antiquado, a.ypp. adj. antiquated, 

old. 
Antiquar, va. to antiqnate. 
Antiquário, sm. antiquary. 
Antireformista, sm. he that is 

contrary to the reformations. 
Antirepublicano, a, adj. antire- 

publican. [tirevolutionary. 

Antir evolucionário, a, adj. an- 
Antirheumatico, a, adi. anti- 

rheumatic. [dragon. 

Antixrloina., 
Antiscioa, 



lBl, sf. tV*^ ^\wA «tva:^- 
k, sm. i-l. ku.úsa\%aa>w 



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inhabitants of the earth living 
on different sides of the equa- 
tor. [butic. 



Antisoorbutlco, a, adj. antiscor- 
Antiscrofuloso, a, aaj. antiscro- 

phulous. [septic. 

Antiseptico, a, adj. and 8. anti- 
Antisocial, adi. â g. antisocial. 
Antispasmodico, a, adj. and s. 

^{med.) antispasmodic. 
Ajitistroph.e, sf. antistrophe. 
Antistruniatico,a, adj. antistru- 

matic. [antis^philitic. 

AntiS3npl^itico, a, adj. and s. 
Antltetanico, a, adj. against 

the tetauus. 
Antithenar, sm. {anat.) the name 

^iven to the two muscles, ono 

m the palm of the hand, the 

other in the plant of the foot. 
Antltliesis or Antitliese, sf. an- 

tithesis. 
Antithetlco, a, adj. antithetic. 
Antitypo, sm. antitype. 
Antivenereo, a, adj. antivene- 

real. [vermifuge. 

Antiverminoso, a, adj. {med.) 
Antiverolico, a, adj. {med.) anti- 

variolous. 
Antojado, a, pç. adj. desired, â- 

gured to the sight. 
Antojar, va. to íigure to the sight, 

to fency. Antojar-se, vr. to long 

for, to covet, to desire. 
Antojo, 5771. imagination, fancy. 

— , {in pregnancu) a longing 

fancy. [bled, disguised. 

Antolnado, a, pp. adj. uissem- 
Antolhar, va. to dissemble, to 

conceal; {fig.) to fansy. Anto- 

Ikar-se, vr. to fancy; to desire 

earnestly. 
Antolhos, sm. pi. cye-ílaps, lu- 

nettes to placo upon the eyes of 

a vicious norse. [raasy. 

Antonomásia, sf. {rhet.) antono- 
Antonomasticamente, ado. an- 

tonomastically. [mastic. 

Antonomastico, a, adj. antono- 
Anfontem, ado. the day before 

yeaterday. [tho timo. 

Ânfora, adv. untimely, before 
AJOtorcha^ sf. a torch. 

sf. (bot.) antoxantum. 



Antracite, sf. (mm.) anthracite. 
Antraz, sm. a carbuncle. 
Antrefeito, adj. {anc.) a contract, 

a bargain dune botween two 

persons. 
Antrelinliar , Antremetter , 

Ante'esachar, Antreter, eto. 

V. Entrelinhar^ Entremetter^ etc 

and derivated. 
Antro, sm. antro, cave, den. 
Anuçar, va. V. lieuunciar, 
Anuduva, sf. {anc.) tho walls cr 

ditch of a castle. [Brazil. 

Anum, sm. {nat. hist.) a bird of 
Anus, sm. {a7iai.) anus, funda- 

ment. 
Anuviado, aL,pp. adj. shado-wed, 

darkened vi th cloiíils. 
Antiviador, adj. thiit clouds or 

darkens vitli clouds. 
Anuvlar-se, vr. to bo clouded, 

darkened with clouds ; (fig.) to 

grow sad. Anuviar, va. to shadow, 

to cloud. [medal. 

Anverso, sm. the rcverse of a 
Anxiedade, sf anxioty. 
Anzol, sm. a hook ; {/ig) allure- 

ment. [like. 

Anzolado, a, adj. hooked, hook- 
Anzoleiro, sm. ix houk-maker. 
Anzolo, sm. a hook. 
Ao, a word composod by the prfp. 

a with the articlo o (it is em- 

ployed with tho masculine na- 

mes), pi. aos, to the, at tho. Ir ao 

palácio^ to go to the palace. 
Aodonto, sm. {nat. hist.) asortof 
squalus. 
Aonde, advy whero, whithcr. — 

quer aue^ wheresoover. 
Aoristico. a, adj. aorisiic. 
Aorta, sf {anat.j aorta. 
Aórtico, a, adj. (anat.) pertaining 

to the aorta. [the aorta. 

Aortite, s. {med.) indanimation of 
Apachorrado, a, pp. adj. slug- 

gish, slow. 
Apachorrar-se, vr. to be wag- 

gish, to grow sluggish. 
Apaclbilidade, sf. aífability. 
Apadezado, a, pp. adL covet*i<L 

or armeò. mVYv ^ ^\Sà. 
Apadezax, »a. \ô í)ccm^ \.q q.^n«£x 



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Apadrinhado, a, pp. adj. pro- 

tectoil. 
Apadrlnhador, sm. protector. 
Apadrinhar, va. to protect, to 

secoml. 
Apagado, a. pp. adj. put out, 

cxtinguished ; dull, ílliterate ; 

dis.ippointed, obscuro. 
Apagaaamente , adu. faintly , 

romissl^'. 
Apagador, sm. an cxtingnisher. 

— , adj. that extinfruishes. 
Apt^raf anões, sm. pi. (a sea temi) 

leech-lines. [extinguishing. 
Apagamento, .^m. a queuching', 
Apagar, va. to put out, to extin- 

guish , to blot out ; to quench,to 

appcase; to tarnish, to darken. 

Apagar-se, vr. to be extinguish- 

ed; to vanish. 
Apage, interj. away, fie. 
Apagear. va. anc. to accorapany 

as a page does. [of a boné. 

Apagma, ?. (s^irg.) the dislocation 
Apagogia, sf. (log.) apagogy. 
Apainelado, a, pp. adj. adomed 

with pictures. [pictures. 

Apainelar, va. to adorn "with 
Apaixonadamente, adv. pash 

sionately. 
Apaixonado, a, pp. adj. pas- 

sionate, impassioned, fond ; 

partial. 
Apaixonar, va. to excite a pas- 

sion, to pnssionate. Apaixonar- 

se, vr. to becomo passionate,to 

feel a violent passion for a 

person. [apeasant. 

Apaizanar-se, vr. to become as 
Apalancado, Si,pp. adj. furnished 

with pallisades, barred. 
Apalancar, va. to furnish with 

pallisades,tobar; (;Ç^.)toshutup. 
Apalanquetear, va. to make use 

of a bar shot. 
Apalavrado, a, adj. betrothed, 

afliancod. [bespeak. 

Apalavrar, vn. to betrotn,- to 
Apaleado, a, pp. adj. cudgelled. 
Apaleador, sm. cudgellcr. 
Apaleamento, sm cudgelling. 
Apalear, va. to cudçel. 
Apalestrado, a, adj. {anc.) pa- 

Isestrian, palsestric. 



Apalhar, va. to make a stravloft 

Apahnado, a, adj. {bot.) pal- 
mated. [of palius. 

Apalmar, va. to palm, to make use 

Apalpadellas, sf. pi. groping. 
Andar ás — , to grope along. 

Apalpado, a, pp. adj. touched 
handled; (fig.) having a light 
touch. — ae doença^ anected by 
disease. — do clima., having eXí- 
perienced the iníiuence of the 
climate. 

Apalpador, sm. he that handles. 

Apalpamento, sm. the act of 
feeUng any thing, a touch. 

Apalpar, va. to feel, to touch, to 
handle ; [fig-) to try, to attempt. 
to sound ; to hurt, to aifect. 

Apan, sm. a shell. 

Apanágio, sm. appanage, the 
portion of a so verei gn prince's 
younger children ; [in lainSàorv&c. 

Apandilhado, sl, pp. adj. that 
makes part of a gang. 

Apandilhar-se, vr. to be assem- 
bled in a gang. [seized. 

Apanhado, a, pp. adj. gathered. 

Apanhador, sm. gatherer. 

Apanhadura, sf. gathering, the 
reaping of the corn. [ing« 

Apanhamento, sm. {anc.) gather- 

Apanhar, va. to take, to grasp, 
to pick up, to ^ather, to reap, 
to collect, to seize, to catch or 
overtake. — chuva, vento ^ pan- 
cadas, to receive or to be ex- 
posed to the rain, vind, blows. 

Apanho, sm. the reaping, gather- 
ing. 

Apaniguado, a, adj. and s. one 
that depends upon another\s 
patronage. 

Apanthropia, sf. apanthroçy. 

Apantufado, a, adj. as a slipper, 
slipper-shaped. 

Apapoilado or Apapoolado, a, 
adj. poppy-coloured. 

Apair, adu. near, nigh, just by^ 
compared, equal. 

Aparabolar-se, vr. {anc.) to speak 
uy parables. 

Aparado, a,/)/», «rf/.cut, Icssened ^ 
{fig.) correct, ele^ant. 

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Aparar, va. to cut, to diminish, 

to pare. 
Aparas, sf.pl. shreds, parings. 
Aparato, xmY. Apparato. 
Aparçado, a, pp. adj, associated, 

copartner. 
Aparçar. vu. to makc partnership. 
Aparcellado, a, pp. adj. fuU of 

nidden rocks. 
Aparcellaxnento,«77i. a place full 

of hidden rocks. 
Aparcellar, vfí. to divide in dif- 

fereiít parcels. [derivated. 

Aparecer, vo. V. Appareeer and 
Aparentado, a, pp. adJ. related, 

descendftd. 
Aparentar, va. to contract kin- 

dred. Aparpntar-ae. vr. to match. 
Aparentellado, a. adj. kindred, 

related. [a pen. 

Aparo, sm. — de penna, the cut of 
Aparochiar-se , vr. to fix one's 

residencc in a parish. 
Aparrado. a, adj. tortuons, lovr 

la. plant). Homem — , a low and 

big man. 
Aparreirado, a, adj. enclosed 

with vine-arbours. [ly. 

Apartadamente, adv. separate- 
Apartado, a,;?/), adj. soparated, 

aparted. [rates or parts. 

Apartador, adj. and s. that .sepa- 
Apartamento. fun. .separation, 

departure : divorce. 
Apsurtar, va. to scparate, to part. 

Apartar-se, vr. t*^ part vith one, 

to separate ; (fig.) to digrcss 

ftom the purpose. 
Aparte, adv. apart: at distance. 
Apascentado, a, pp adj. lod to 

the pastnre, nourished. 
Apascentar, va. to lead to the 

pastnre (cattle) ; to nonrish , to 

reed (men). Apascentar-se,vr. %o 

be nourished.— o gado, to graze ; 

{fig.) to indulge in pleasurable 

gensations. 
Apassamanado. a, p/). adj. laced. 
Apassamanar. va. to lace. 
Apassionar, va. V. Apaixonar. 
Apassivar, vn. {gramm.) to raake 

passive. 
ApBBtorado, a, pp. adj. that is 

Jwpt byashepherd. 



Apastorar, va. to keop sbeep. 
Apatetado, a, adj. silly, simplc. 
Apathia, .tf. apathy. [leni. 

Apathico. a, adj. apathic, mdo- 
Apatlilsar, va. to inako apathic. 
Apatita, sf. {mincr.) apatitc. 
A|)aulado, a, vp. adj. raarshy, 

fenny, moorisn; (fig.) fnll im- 

mersed. [fenny. 

Apaular, ra. to makc marshy, 
Apavezado, a, adj. nrmt^il -with a 

shield. Navio — , a ship with 

•waste cloths orsights to binder 

men from beinp- seen in fl^ht. 
Apavezar, va. to guarnisb a síiip 

with arniours. 
Apavonação, sf. the act of ador- 

ning with shining colours. 
Apavonado, a, pp. adj. adomed 

with brillant colours ; {fig.) 

proud, presumptuoTis. 
Apavonar, va. to adorn vritb. 

shining colonrs. Apavonar-te f 

vr. to be full of vanity. 
Apavorado, a^pp. adj. ãíTrighted, 

terrified. [rify. 

Apavorar, va. to affri^'ht, to ter- 
Apazignadamente, adv. quietly, 

calmTj'. [quiet.uaciílcd. 

Apaziguado, a, pp. adj. calm. 
Apaziguador, sm. pacifier. 
Apaziguamento, sm. pacifica- 

tion. fto appease. 

Apaziguar, va. to nuiet, to pacify. 
Apeado, a, pp. aaj. disroounted, 

nuniblcd. 
Apeanhado, a, adj. that is aet on 

a pedestal. 
Apear, va. to di.'«mount, to aet up 

a coach,to take the horses otit 

of it : to turn or cast out; to 

degrade ; (fíg.) to domolish. 
Apechema, sf. {anat.) a fracture 

in the skull. 
Apeçonhado, a, pp. adj. poison- 

ous. V. Venenoso. 
Apeçonhamento, sm. the act and 

effect of poisoning. 
Apeçonhsur, va. to poisou. 
Apeçonhentado, a, pp. adj. poi- 

soned. [give poison. 

Apeçonhentar, va. to poison, to 
Apodadas, adj. f, pi. {oot.) pedi- 

cillate (leaves). 



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A|)edeata, sm. apsedeuta; an 

illiterate person. 
Apedeutismo, sm, deâciency of 

instructioD. 
Apedicellados, adj. m. pi. {bot. 

pedunculato. 
Apedrado, a, pp. adj. adomed 

with precious stones. 
Apedramento, sm. (anc.) the act 

of adorning with precious 

stones. [stone. 

Apedrar, va. to besprinkle; to 
Apedrejado, a, pp. adj. stoned. 
Apedre jador, sm. one vrho throws 

stones. 
Apedrejar, va. to stone. 
Apegação, sf. {in law) the act of 

taking possession ot a thing. 
Apegadamente, adv. with vis- 

cousness ; with attachmcnt. 
Apegadiço, a.,adj. sticky ,viscous; 
{Hg.) that easilj^ talls in love. 
Apegador, adj. that falis at. 
Apegamento, sm. attachment, 

alfection. 
Apegar, va. to lay hold, to hand ; 

to make one aífectionate. Ape- 

gar-se^ vr. to adhere, to stick 

last. Apegam-se-lhe as mãos, he 

is given to thievery. 
Apego, sm. attachment, aífection. 
Apeia, sf. (Jbot.) a tree of Brazil. 
Apeirado, a, pp. adj. íit to be 

drawn. 
Apeiragem, sf. ali the harness 

Delonging to beasts that work 

in the country ; ali the furniture. 
Apeirar, va. to yoke, to put oxen 

to a plough. 
Apeiro, sm. a sort of strap made 

of a buirs hide. 
Apejado, Si,pp. adi, ashamed. 
Apejar-se, vr. to oe ashamed. 
Apellar, va. Apellidar, va. and 

derivated. V. Appellar, etc. 
Apellineo, a, adj. pertaining to 

the painter Apelles. 
Apello, adv. to the flowing of 

nair ; {fig.) to the purpose. Vir 

apello^ to come opportunely. 
Apenado, a, pp. adj. imposed 

with a penalt^. 
Apenar, va. to impose a penalty, 

to mulct. 



Apenas, adv. scarcely, hardly. 
Apendoado, a, p.p adj. guar- 

nished with banners. 
Apendoar, va, to furnish with 

oanners. [sulated. 

Apeninsulado, a, adj. penin- 
Apenliorar, va. {anc.) to pledge, 

to mortgage. [nines. 

Apenninos, sm. pi. the Apen- 
Apenteado, a, adj. {bot.) comb- 

shaped. 
Apepinado, a, adj. haying the 

shape of a cucumber. 
Apepsla, sf. (werf.) apepsy. 
Aperca, s. {nat. hist!) quadruped 

of Brazil. [rupture. 

Aperção, sf. an opening ; \med.) 
Aperceber, va. to prepare, to 

coUect; to provido, to supply. 

Aperceber-se, vr. to prepare one s 

self, to understano, to discover. 
Apercebido, a, ;)p. adj. prepared, 

provided. [tion. 

Apercebimento , sm. preparar 
Apercepção, sf. immediate con- 

science, interior. 
Aperea, s. {nat. hist.) aperea. 
Aperfeiçoadamente, adv. per- 

fectly, exceedingly. 
Aperfeiçoado, a, pp. adj. per* 

fected, improved. 
Aperfeiçoador, sm. improver, 

perfecter. 
Aperfeiçoamento, sm. improve- 

ment, perfectness. 
Aperfeiçoar, va. to perfect, to 

improve. Aperfeiçoar-se, vr. to 

grow or become perfect. 
Aperiente, adj. 2 g. {med.) ape- 

rient. 
Aperitivo, a, adj. aperient. 
Apermanente, sm. {anc.) coac- 

tion, force. 
Aperolado, a, adj. pearly. 
Aperolar, va. to glve the shape 

or colour of pearis. 
Aperreado, a, pp. adj. vexed, 

kept in svibjection. [hardly. 
Aperreadamente, adv. cruelly, 
Aperreador, adj. and s. an op- 

pressor, one who keeps others 

m great subjection. 
Aperreamento, sm. subjection, 

oppression. 



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Aperrear, va. to vex one, to use 
nim like a dog. 

Apertada, sf. a crowd; {fig.) 
anxiety, difnculty. 

Apertadamente, adv. closely. 
Pedir — , to crave. 

Apertado, a, pp. adj bound fast, 
pressed,squeezed; narrow,close, 
tight, pressing, urgent ; forced, 
compelled. Apertada necessidade^ 
extreme necessity. [band. 

Apertadoiro, sm. a band, a swath- 

Apertador, sm, he that binds hard 
or fast. 

Apertamento, sm. — da vida , 
austerity in a relig^ious house. 
— de coração, anxiety. 

Apertão, sm, a crowd, a throng. 

Apertar, va. to bind, to clasp, to 
nold fast ; to straighten, to x>ress 
close, to clench, to wring ; to 
shorten. — alguém, to urge, to 
presa hard. — a mão, to shake 
one's hand. — o coração, to afílict, 
to make sad. — com alguém, to 
urge. — vn. to grow severe 
Apertar-se , vr. to shorten i to 
stand or lie closely. 

Aperto, a, adj, clear, manifest. 

Aperto, sm. a crowd ; the act of 
tying fast; (fig.) urgency, press ; 
difflculty. 

Apertura, sf. tightness, a narrow 
place; {fig.) urgency, anguish. 

Apesentar-se, vr to grow neavy 
"Wlth old age. 

Apesepello, adv. loc. barefoot. 

Apessoado, a, adj a tall man. 
^em — , that has a fine size. 

Apestado, a pp. adj. infected, 
corrupted. V. Empestado 

Apestanado, a, aaj. having eye- 
lashes. 

Apestar, v. a. V Empestar. 

Apetalo, a, adj. {bot ) apetalous. 

Apetecer, va. V. Appetecer and 
derivated. 

Apezar, adv. in spíte of, notwith- 
standing. 

Apezarado, a, adj. sorrowful, 
oonstrained. 

Aphacer, sm. (bot.) a tree that 
orings forth two fruits. 

Aptiagia ,8f. {philos. ) indecisíon. 



Aphelio or Aphelion, sm. {astr.) 

aphelion or aphelium. 
Apnellan, sm. {astr.) the more 

beautiful star in the sign of 

Gemini. [rese. 

Apherese, sf. aphaeresis or aphe- 
Aphereto, sm. (miner.) phospnate 

of copper. 
Aphesla or Aphesis, sf. {med.) 

slackness in the muscles of 

locomotion. 
Aphidios, sm.pl. a kind of insects 

living in the dung. 
Aphldivoro, a, adj. aphidivorous. 
Aphilantropia, sf. \med.) aphi- 

lanthropy. 
Aphlogistico, a, adj. aphlogistic. 
Aphonia, sf. {med.) aphony. 
Aphonico, a, adj. aphonical. 
Aphorisxno, sm. aphorism. 
Aphorista, sm. aphorist. 
Aphoristico, a, adj. aphoristic, 

aphoristical. 
Aphrodiseo or Aphrodislaco, a, 

adj aphrodisiac, aphrodisiacal. 
Apliroaita, sm. {nat. hist.) aphro- 

dita. [petro. 

Aphronitro,«m. aphronitre, salt- 
Aphta, sf. {med.) aphthse. 
Aphtoso, a, adj. aphthous. 
Aphyllo, a, adj. {bot.^j aphyllons. 
Apiario, a, adj. pertaining to the 

oees. — sm, apiary. 
Apiastro, sm. [bot^ balm-gentle. 
Apicaçar, va. to sting^ to vex. 
Apical, adj, 2 g, that is ended in 

a point. 
Ápices, sm. pi. — da lei, the subtle 

points of law. 
Apicholado, a, adj. sprinkled 

with raany colours. 
Apioiadura, sf. the union of two 

Soints forming the shape of a 
ower. 
Apiciforine, adj 9 g. having the 

shape of apex or pomt 
Apicilar, aaj. 2 ç. {bot ) fixed in 

the summits of the stamina. 
Apiculado, a, adj. having apex or 

point, [ted. 

Apiedado, a, pp. adj. commisera- 
Apledador, sm. commiserator, 

that is compassionate. 
Apiedar, i;a. to move oaQ'& ^vt^> 



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to commiserate, Apiedar-se, vr. 

to take pity on one, to pity. 
Apiforme, arfj. 2 g. {nat. kist) 

Dee-shaperl. [with pepper. 

Apimentado, a, adj. seasoned 
Apincelado, a, pp. adj. painted 

with a pencil ; (bot.) pencil- 

shaped [pencil. 

Apincelar, va. to stroke vith a 
Apinel, sm. apinel. 
Apingentado, a, adj bob-shaped. 
Apinhoado. a, or Apinhado, 

pp. adj. clung', sticking close 

togethor. 
Apínhoar or Apinhar, va. to 

neap up, to stick close together. 

Apinhoar-se, vr. to be crowded, 

to croxvd. 
Apipado, a, adj. pipe-shaped. 
A pic[ue, adv. loc. a pealt, per- 

pendicularly. Estar a — , (fiff-) to 

be on the poiíit. [led. 

Apisoado, a, pp. adj. fulled, mil- 
Apisoar, va. to full, to mill. 
Apisteiro, s?«. a cup to give 

broths to sick pcrsons. 
Apisto, sm. siibstantial broth. 
Apitar, va. to whistle. 
Apito, sm. a "whistle. 
AplacaçSo, sf. appeasemenf. 
Aplacado, a, pp. adj. appeased, 

mitigated. 
Aplacador,.<;m. appeaser, pacifier. 
Aplacar, va. to ap[)ease, to miti- 

gate, to pacif}'. Áplacar-se, vr. to 

be appeased, softened. 
Aplacavel, adj. 2 g. appeasable. 
Aplaca velmente, adv. in an ap- 

peasable niaiiuor. 
Aplainado, a, pp. adj. planed , 
{fig-) smoothod, made easy. 
Aplainamento, sm the act of 

planting, smoothing. 
Aplainar, va. to plane, to make 

smooth. [made flat. 

Aplanado, a, pp. adj. levelled, 
Aplanar, va. to levei. 
Aplaso, adv. loc. {anc.) at case, 

byap-recinent. [aerivated. 

Aplaudir, va. V. Applaudir and 
Aplebear-se, vr. {anc.) to become 

aplebian. [concerning. 

Aples, adv Jane ) very nigh^ as for, 
Aplestia, *f.{med,) insatiableness. 



Aplumado, a^pp. adj. levelled. 
Aplumar, va. to levei, to plomb. 
A plumo. adv. loc. {anc.^ perpen- 

diculary Esta linha ca/ie — ,tMs 

line falis aplumb. 
Apnea, sf. {med.) apna;a. 
Apocal3npse, sm. apocalj^se. 
Apocalyptico, a, adj. apocalyp- 

tíc, apocalyptical. 
Apocapnismo, sm. (med.) famiga- 

tions with aroniatical vapours. 
Apocathartico, a, adj. is said of 

purgative substanoes. 
Apocenosis, sf. {med.) evacnation 

that is not natural. 
Apocine, s. apocynum. 
Apocope, sf. {gramm.) apocope. 
Apocriphamente, adv. apocry- 

phally. 
Apocripho. a, adj. apocryphal. 
Apocrisiario, sm. apocrisary. 
Apodacritico, a, aaj. and s. false 

critic ; ( med. ) a sort of sharp 

remedy. 
Apodado, ^iPP- o-dj- bantered, 

qnizzed, scoffed. 
Apodador, 5w. abanterer, scoffer. 
Apodar, va. to banter, to scoff ; 

{fig. ) to affront by roaking jocu- 

lar comparisons. [swailow. 

Apode, sm. {nat. hist.) apode, sea- 
Apoderado, a, pp. aaj. seized, 

invaded ; {anc.) powerml. 
Apoderamento, sm. possession, 

a taking. 
Apoderar-se. vr. to invade, to 

seize. Apoderar, va. to seize, to 

take possession, to give posses- 

sion. [feet. 

Apodia, sf. {anat.) absence of 
Apodíctico, a, adj. {didact.) apo- 

dict. apodictical. 
Apodioxis, sf. {rhet.) apodioxis. 
Apodixe, sf. (rhet.) apodixis. 
Apodo, sm. bantenng, jeer; (/ífif.) 

a j ocular comparison. 
Apcdo, a, adj. (nat. hist.) apodai. 
Apodrecer, va. to make rotten,to 

corrupt. — vn. and Apodrecer-ae^ 

vr. to grow corrupt, rotten, to 

rot . {fig.) to become enervated. 
Apodrecido, a, pp. adj rotten, 

corruptftd. [cormptlon. 

Apodrecimento, sm. rottenness, 



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Apogèo, sm. apoçee; (fig.) the 

nitíhest poiíit. 
Apogeusia, sf. {med.) disorder in 

the sonse ol' taste. 
Apo08tico, a, adj. {aatron.) re- 

lative to apoijoo. [script. 

Apographo, sm. apogrnph, tran- 
A^poiado, pp. adj. snpported, prop- 

ped. 
Apolar, va. to support, to staj, to 

nold up; {Jjg.) to favour, to 

protect. Ápoiuj'-se, v. r. to be sup- 

ported, propjicd, to rest npon, to 

rely ; {pff.) t«> be grounded 
Apoio, sm. su])port, prop, basis; 

Xfiff') protecliou, help, protec- 
tor. 
Apojado, a, adj. stretched out, 

iilltid up. 
Apojadura, sf. an extraordlnaij 

abundance uf niilk in a nurse s 

breast. 
Apojeotura, sf. (mus.) aipipofrgia- 

tura. [gaiters. 

Apolainado, sm. one who uses 
Apolainar, va. to give the shajpe 

of ffaiters. [a needle. 

Apolazado, a, pp.ndj plaíted with 
Apolazar, va. to plait with a 

needle. 
Apoldrado. a, pp. adj, a maré 

"with a colt. 
Apoleado, a, pp. adj. strapped. 
Apolear, va. to strap or punish 

"with the strappaílo. 
Apologado, a, pp. aiJj. handled, 

toucned. 
Apolegador, sm. one 'who nips. 
Apolegadora. sf. nippin^, the 

act of niakiufç murks with the 

thumbs. 
Apolegaxnento, sm. nipping. 
Apolegar, vn. to make marks 

"with tho thuiub, to uip. 
Apolentadeira, sf. she that nou- 

rishes with polanta. 
Apolentado, a, pp. adj. nourished 

with pólen ta. 
Apolentador, sm. he who uou- 

rishes or fecds with polenta. 
Apolentar, va. to nourish, to feed 

with polenta. 
Apolioe« sf. a government secu- 

Tàtjm'— de seguro, a policy of 



insurance ; anote of the govern- 
ment. 
Apollineo, a, adj. concerniu^ 

ApoUo. 
Apollo, sm. {myth.) Apollo. 
Apologação, sf. npolojj:ue. 
Apologeticamente, ado. apul«>- 

{r*»tioalIy. [apul«)^etic. 

Apologético, a, adi. apologeticalf 
Apologia, sf. apolojry. 
Apologioo, a, adj. {fine.) apoio* 

getical. 
Apologista, sm. apolopist. 
Apologo, xm. apolo^ue, fable. 
Apcltronado. a. pp. adj. l.»Hinír, 

leaning buck in u lar^t; ann- 

ohair 
Apoltronar-Be. nr. to Inll, to lie 

idly upon a lar^^e ariii-chnir. 
Apolvilhante, adj. 2 g. that pow- 

ders the hair. 
ApolTllhar, vn. and derivated 

V. Polvilhar. 
Apolysis ur Apolysia, sf (med.) 

uni>ending ot tht; liandagcs. 
Apol3rtico, 57». (lit.) a surt of 

verse. 
Apomathcsia. sf. (nifd.) forget- 

1'ulness (if a kiiowu thiiiir. 
Apomecometria. sf. (phys.) apo- 

oomctry. 
Aponevrose, sf. (aiuit.i aponeu- 

rosis. jpxuctly. 

Apontadamente, udr. ili^tinctly. 
Apontado, a, ///>. odj. siitchecl 

wiih u nocillc; ii«»iiited. noted, 

marked. Itdogio — , ro^riilated 

clock. 
Apontador, xm. an íibs<*rver. — 

di: relógio, th"! hiiud of a clock 

or wati.'h. 
Apontamento, a)/<. n thin^picked 

out; annottttion. — s.pl. the flrst 

draughts of any work, notes. 
Apontar, va. to point at a tfaiag, 

to liote, ti> in»rk with points. 

Apontar-sfí, vr. — com alguém, 

to nppoint a útiy. 
Apontoado, a. pp. adj. propped. 

supported. — sm. a parcel of 

thmgs loosí'ly stitched tugethor. 
Apontoar, va'. to prop, to shore 

up ; to Btitrh locsely. 
ApophlegmatlMur, na. (Jnv»L^^» 



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salivate with the help of certain 

medicines. 
Apophlegxnatisxno, sm. {med.) 

apophlegmatism. [thegm. 

Apopntegina, sm. an apoph- 
Apophyge, sf. {arch.) apophyçe. 
Apophyse, 5/ {anat.) apojphysis, 

the prominent parts ot some 

bonés [apoplectical. 

Apopléctico, a, adj. apoplectic, 
Apoplexia, sf. apoplexy. 
Apopnixia, sf. {meã.) suffocation. 
Aporfiar, vn. V. Porfiar. 
Aporismado, a, adj. fuU of mat- 

ter and corruption. 
Aperrear, va. to beat with a club; 

Xfig.) to vex. [arriving. 

Aportada, sf. arrival, the act of 
Aportado, a, pp. adj. arrived, 

landed. [rival. 

Aportamento, sm. arriving, ar- 
Aportar, vn. to come into port. 
Aportilhado, a, pp. adj. that has 

loop-holea. 
Aportilhar, va. to open gates or 

loop-holes in a wall or snip. 
Aportinhar, va. to open loop- 
holes, 
Aportuguezado, a, adj. that has 

the Portuguese manners. 
Aportuguezar, va to make Por- 
tuguese. [moreover. 
Após, prep. after that, behind. 
Aposentado, a, pp. adj. lodged, 

narboured. 
Aposentador, sm. he who pro- 

vides for lodgiugs. 
Aposentadoria, sf. the jurisdic- 

tion of an harbinger. 
Aposentamento, sm. the act of 

lodging; lodging, chamber. 
Aposentar, va. to provide lod- 

fings; to harbour, to lodge. 
posentar-se^ vr. to lodge at one's 
house ; to retire from a public 
service. 
Aposento, sm. an inner par- 

lour, etc, lodgings 
Apossa, sf. [med.) apozem 
Aposimado, a, pp. adj, apoze- 
mical. [zems. 

Aposimar, vn. [med.) to give apo- 
Aposiopese or Apoaiopeaia, sf, 
(rAeí) aposiopeais. 



Aposis, sf. {med.) diminution of 

thirst. 
Apositico, a, adj. {med.) that de- 

prives of appetite. 
Apospello, adv. loc. against the 

hsiir. Barbear — , to shave against 

the beard ; {fig.) violently. 
Apossado, a, pp. adj. that has 

taken possession. 
Apossar, va. to put in possession, 

to possess. Apossar-se, vr, to 

seize, to take possession. 
Aposta, sf. wager, bet. 
Apostadamente, adv. on pur- 

pose, resolutely, obstinately. 
Apostado, a, pp. adj. betted, wa- 

gered; obstinate. 
Apostamente, adv.{anc.] bravcly. 
Apostamento, sm. {anc.) orua- 

ment, spruceness. 
Apostar, va. to bet, to lay a bet 

or wager ; to asseverate. Após- 

tar-se, vr. {fig.) to vie with one. 
Apostasia, sf. apostasy. 
Apóstata, sm. and f. apostato, 

recreant. — adj. 2 g. that has 

apostatized. [tized. 

Apostatado, a, pp. adj. aposta- 
Apostatar, va. to apostatize; to 

revolt. 
Apostaxis, sf. {med.) the bleeding 

at the nose. 
Apostema, sf. {surg.) aposteme, 

emposthume, abscess. 
Apostemação, sf. apostemation. 
Apostemado, a, pp. adj. aposte- 

mated ; apostem atous. 
Apostemar, vn. or Apostemar-se^ 

vr. to apostemate, to be aposte- 

mated. 
Apostematico, a, adj. Remedia 

— , remedy against abscesses. 
Apostemeíro, sm. a lancet to 

open emposthnmes. 
Apostilha, sf. {anc.) a calumny, 

imposture. 
Apostilla, sf. a note, an addition 

to a writing, a postscript. 
Apostillado, a, pp. adj. postilled, 

explained. [notator, 

Apostillador, sm. postiller, an- 
Apostillar, va. to postil, to ex- 

plain, to e\\ic\àa\.e. 
Apostola, sf. an açoatoYvc^wiiasi. 



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Apostolado , sm. apostleship , 
apostolate. [gelize. 

Apostolar, va. to preach, to evan- 

Apostolioal, adj. 2 g. {anc.) apos- 
tolic. [cally. 

ApostoUcamente, ado. apostoli- 

Apostolloidade, sf. apostolical- 
ness. [apostolical. 

Apostólico, a, adj. apostolic. 

Apostolo, íím. aposUe. 

Aposte'ophado, a, pp, adj. apo- 
strophized. [phize. 

Apostrophar, va. to apostro- 

Apostrophe, sf. {rhet.) apos- 
trophe. 

Apostropho, sm. {gram.) apo- 
strophe. 

Apostular, va and derivated. 
V. Postular, 

Apostura, sf. presence, air. 

Apotaphlo, a, adj. (anc.) graye- 
less. 

Apothexna, sf. {math."^ a perpen- 
dicular Uno taken ot the centre 
of a regular polygon. 

Apotentado, a, pp. adj. made 
powerful. 

Apotentar, va. to make powerful. 

Apotheca, sf. warehouse. 

Apotheosar, va. to make an apo- 
theosis. 

Apotheose or Apotheosis, sf. 
apotheosis. 

Apotomo, sm. {math.) apotonie. 



Apotropia, sf. apotropy, 
' poucadamente, adv. 
sparingly 



meanly, 



Apoucado, a, pp. adj. limitod, 

scanty, pusillanimous. 
Apoucador, sm. that decreases, 

diminishes. 
Apoucaxnento, sm. meauness of 

condition. 
Apoucar, va. to diminish, to 

lessen i {fig.) to humble, to dis- 

grace. Ápoucar-set vr. to under- 

value one's self. 
Apouquentado, a, pp. adj. exte- 

nuated, reduced. 
Apouquentar, va. to reducc, to 

extenuate ; to vex. Apouqiientar- 

te; vr. to torment one's self. 
Apoomntar, va. V. Aposentar, 
ãnd deriv&ted. 



Apoutado, a, pp aâj. come to a 
pouta. V. Apoutar. 

Apoutar, va. said by watermen 
when thev cast stones instead 
of an anchor. 

Apozema, sm. an apozem. 

Apparado, a, pp. adj. prepared, 
adorned. [adorn 

Apparar, va. to prepare, to 

Apparatado, a, pp. adj. guarn- 
ished, adorned. 

Apparatar, va. to adorn, to dcck. 

Apparato, S7n. preparation, sump- 
tuousness. 

Apparatosamente, adu sump- 
tuously, splendidly. 

Apparatoso, a, adj. sumptuous, 
splendid . [pearing. 

Apparecença, sf. the act of ap- 

Apparecente. adj 2 g. [anc.) aj[)- 
parente, visible. 

Apparecer, vn to appear, to be- 
come visible. 

Apparecido, a, pp. adj. appoared. 

Appareoixnento, sm. the act and 
eÔect of appearing 

Apparelhadamente, adv. pro- 
paredly. 

Apparemado, a, pp. adj pre- 
pared, fítted, matched. 

Appareihador, sm. one -who pre- 
pares or âts up. 

Apparelhamento, sm. appara- 
tus, preparations ; tools, equip- 
ment. 

Apparelhar, va. to prepare, to 
get or make ready, to match, to 
nt, to dispose — uma vela, to set 
a sail. Apparelhay^-se, vr. to pre- 
pare one's self; (fig.) to be dis- 
posed. 

Apparelho, sm. apparatus, prepa* 
rations; tools, equipment, am- 
munition; {surg.) dressing of 
wounds. [side. 

Apparencia, sf. appearance, out- 

Apparente, adj. 2 g. apparent, 
certain, evident, conspicuous. 

Apparentemente, adv. appa- 
rently, likely, evidewtVj. 

spectxe, >í\avoTv. ^ ^^^ 



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tingrs, etc. of galleys and small 

craft. 
Appellado, a, jyp adj. appealed. 

— sm he that is appealed. 
Appellamento, sm, {a sea term) 

appealing, the set of oars, net- 

tmgs, etc. 
AppeUante. adj. 2 g. appealing, 

he that appeals. — sm. appealer. 
Appellar, vn {in lato) to appeal, 

to bring in an appeal. Appellou 

o enfermo, is saia of a sick man 

TTho, being given over by physi- 

cians, recovers. 
Appellatlvamente, adv. appel- 

latively. 
Appellativo, a, adj. appellative. 

Nome — , common name. 
Appellatorio, a, adj {in law) ap- 

pellatory. 
Appellavel, adj 2 g. {in lato) ap- 

pealable. 
Appellidado, a, jm adj sur- 

jiamed, nick-named. 
Appellidador, sm. and adj that 

surnames. 
Appellidar, va to snrname, to 

cry out; to alarm, to call to 

arms. Appcllidarse^ vr. to he 

called, surnaraed- 
Appellido, sm. a snrname, cogno- 

men, an alarm. 
Appello, sm. V. Appellação, 
Appendlce or Appendix, sm. 

appendix, addition. 
Appendlculo, sm. appendicle. 
Appensado, a, pp. adj. suspen- 

ded, joined. [ment. 

Appensão, sf addition, supple- 
Appensar, va. to hang, to sus- 

pend. — um feito a outro, {in law) 

to join a documentwith another. 
Appenso, a, adj. suspended, 

joined. [ter. 

Appetecedor, sm. and adj. cove- 
Appetecer, va to covet, to long 

for . [desired. 

Appetecido, a, pp adj. coveted, 
Appeteoivel. adj 2 g desirable, 

appetiblft. [tousness. 

Appetencia, sf. appetency, cove- 
Appetente, adj. 2 g. {anc.) that 

excites the appetite. 
Appetibilidade, */. appetibility. 



Appetltar, va. to appetite, to ex- 
cite the appetite. 
Appetite, sm. appetite, desire, — 

s, sm. pi. any passion in general. 
Appetitivel, adj. 2 g. that excites 

appetite. [tive- 

Appetitivo, a, adj.{phil ) appetí- 
Appetito, sm. V. Appetite , 
Appetitosamente , adv, vriUh 

great appetite. 
Appetitoso, a, adj relishing; 

(ng.) tempting, desirable, he 

tnat has a fancy for every thing 

he sees. 
Applaudente> adj. 2 g. he that 

applauds. — sm. applauder. 
Applaudido, a, pp . adj. api>lau- 

ded, approved. [praiser. 

Applaudidor , sm. applauder, 
Applaudir, va. to applaud, to 

approve. Applaudir-se^ vr to be 

clapped ; (fig ) to praise one's 

self for. 
Applausivel, adj. 2 g. applausive, 
Applauso. sm, applause. 
Applicabilidade, 5/ applicábi- 

lity. 
Applicação, sf application, at- 

tention , care ; destination , 

appointment. 
Applicada, sf. {geom.) applicate. 
Applicadaxnente, ado. appli- 

cably, attentively. 
Applicado, a, pp. adj. applied, 

adapted; attentive. Um homem 

— , a man of close study, 
Applicamento, sm. that mnst be 

applied. 
Applicante, ac^y . 2 p'. thatapplies.. 
Applicar, va to açply, to design , 

to adapt, to suit Applicar-se, 

vr. to be united, joined. 
Applicativo, a, adj applicable. 
Appllcavel, adj.l g applicable 
Appôr, va. to set, to appose 
Apposição, sf. apposition, set- 

tiug. [able. 

Apposito, a, adj apposite, snit- 
Apostaxnento, sm. (anc.)-an ao- 

cessory thing. [lating. 

Apposto, a, pp. adj. added, re- 
Apprecativo, a, adj that sup- 

piicates. [der. 

Apprehendedor, sm. apprehen* 



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Apprehender, va. to apprehend, 

to arrest ; (fig.) to conceivo, to 

imderstand. — to bo apprehen- 

sive of. 
Apprehendido, a, pp. adj. ap- 

prehended, arrosted, ifig.) un- 

derstood ; feared. [fear. 

Appreheneâo. sf. apprehension, 
Apprehensibilidade, sf. appre- 

liensibltíness. 
Apprehensiva , sf. {phil.) apprc- 

oension, pcrception. 
Apprehensivamente, adv ap- 

prehensively. [sible. 

Apprehensivel, adj. apprehen- 
Apprehensivo, a, adj. appre- 

hensive. 
Apprehenso. a, V. Apprehendido. 
Apprehensor, s^m. apprehender. 
Apprehensorio, a, adj. (in law) 

that serves for apprehendin^ 

something. 
Appremado, a, pp. adj, tied, 

pressed. 
Appremador, sm. {anc.) he that 

ornds. 
Appremar, va. to bind, to press, 

\fig.) to oppress. 
Appremiar, va. V. Premiar, 
Apprensão, sf V. Apprehemão. 
Appresâo, sf. or Apresso, sm. 

(«nc.) oppression. 
Appresso, a, adj (anc.) leamed. 
Approbativo. â, adj approba- 

tive, approbatory. 
Approbatorio, a, adj. approba- 

tive, 
Appropinquaçào, sf, approach- 

ing, appruximation. 
Appropinquado, a, pp. adj ap- 

propinqimted. 
Appropinquar-se, vr. to appro- 

pinquate, to approach. 
Appropriar, vn. V Apropriar. 
Approvação, sf. approbation. 
Approvadaxnente, adv vith ap- 

probation. 
Approvado, a,pp adj. approved, 

praised. Jiemedio — , aa experi- 

mented remedy. 
Approvador, sm apçrover. — 

ãaj. approving, praisin^. 
Approvar, va. to approve, to 

wtify, to justify . 



Approvativo, a, ndj. approba- 

tive, approviíitf. 
Approvavel, adj. 2 g. approvable. 
Approxiznar, va. V Aproximar 
Appulso, sm. [astron.) appulse. 
Aprasmar, va. {anc.) to vitn- 

perate. 
Aprasxno, ^i. V. Prnsmr. 
Aprazado, a, pp. adj. appointed, 

settlod. L^r íixes. 

Aprazador, sm. he that sctties 
Aprazamento, sm. assiguation, 

«ppôintiiiir. 
Aprazar, m. to appoint, to íix a 

day. to adjourn. Apraxar-sej vr. 

to be appointed. [sant. 

Aprazedor, sm. plaaser, pleor 
Aprazente, a/Ij. 2 g. pleasant, 

pleasinjj^. [sare. 

A preizer, adv. at euse, at plen- 
Aprazer, vn, to please, to be 

a^reeablfl. [a^eeable. 

Aprazerado, a, adj. {onc.) merrj-, 
Aprazibilidade, sf. pleasantiiefis, 

affability . 
Aprazido, a, adj. pleased. 
Aprazimento, sm. pleasure, con- 

tentinent. 
Aprazível, of//. 2 g. pleasant. 
Aprazivelinente , adv. pleas- 

in<íly, gcntly. 
Ai>re, interj. a word of excla- 

mation, hey-day ! [rated. 

Apreçado, a, pp adj. prized, 
Apreçador. a. sm. and. f. he or 

she that settlos a prico upon 

«roods. [prriising, ratmg. 

Apreçamento, S7n {anc.) ap- 
Apreçar, va. to prize, to rate , to 

cheapen , {fig.) to esteem. 
Apreciação, sf. apprcciation. 
Apreciado, a, pp. adj. appro- 

ciatod, valued, esteemed. 
Apreciador, ora, sm. and / ea- 

teomer, rnter. 
Apreciar, va. to appreciate, to 

esteem, {/ir/.) to cheapen. 
Apreciativamente, adv. vnth 

appreciation 
Apreciativo.a. adj appreciatiníí. 
Apreciável, adj. 2 g. appreciable: 

valuablo (preeiation. 

Apreciavelmente, Qav. with aij- 



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Apregoado, a, pp. adj. published, 
proclaimed. 

Apregoador, ora, sm. and f. a 
crier, one who proclairas. 

Apregoar, va. to proclaim, to cry, 
to publish. [self laz^. 

Apreguiçar-se, vr. to make one's 

Aprexniar, va. V. Premiar and 
derivated. 

Aprender, va. to learn. — de cór, 
to learn cr get by heart. 

Aprendido, a, pp. adj. learned 
or learnt. 

Aprendiz, adj. 2 g that learns. 
— sm. apprentice. [ship 

Aprendizado, sm. apprentice- 

Aprensar, va. V. Imprensar. 

Apresado, a, pp. adj. captured. 

Apresador, adj. and s. that cap- 
tures a ship in war ; captor. 

Apresamento, sm. capture. 

Apresbyterar-se, vr. to take 
orders of a presbyter. 

Apresentação, sf. presentation. 

Apresentado, a, pp. adj. presen- 
ted. — sm. [cânon law) the clerk 
who is presented by the patron. 

Apresentador, sm. presenter. 

Apresentar, va. to present, to 
tender; to oífer. Apresentar-se, 
vr. to present one's self, to ap- 
pear. [table. 

Apresentável, adj. 2 g. presen- 

Apresilhado, a, pp. adj. looped, 
triramed. 

Apresilhar, va. to triín, to bind 
•with loops. 

Apreso, a, adj. annexed, close. 

Apressadamente, adv. hastily. 

Apressado, a, pp. adj, hastened, 
quick. [hastens. 

Apressador, sm. and adj. he that 

Apressar, va. to press, to hasten. 
Apressar-se, vr. tobe expeditious 
or quick. 

Apresso, sm. {anc.) urgency. — 
adj. learned. [ly, quickly. 

Apressuradamente, adv. hasti- 

Apressurado, a, pp. adj. haste- 
ned, hnrried. [haste. 

Apressuramento, sm. celerity, 

Apressurar, va. to press, to 
nnfíten. 

Apreatação, sf. ali thmgs that 



are of utility or pleasure to a 

man. [ready. 

Aprestado, a, pp. adj. prejpared, 
Aprestamado, a, pp. adj. that 

enjoys the aprestamo . 
Aprestamar, va. {anc.) to presti- 

mony to one 
Aprestamento, sm. {anc.) prepa- 

ration, apparatus. 
Aprestamo, sm. {anc.) presti- 

mony. [ready. 

Aprestar, va. to prepare, to make 
ApresUmo,5m. (a/ic.) prestiraony, 

church living. ^ [ratus. 

Apresto, sm. preparation, appa- 
Aprico, a, adj. {poet.) sheltered. 
Aprimoradamente , adv. per- 

fectly well. 
Aprimorado, a, pp. adj. fine, 

skilful, perfect. 
Aprimorar, va. to make nice. 
Aprincezada, adj. princely. 
A priori, ado. loc. a priori, with- 

out investigation. 
Apriscado, a, pp. adj. housed in 

a sheep-fold. [cattle. 

Aprlscar, va. to stable, to house 
Aprisco, sm. a sheep-fold; {fig.) a 

grot. [made prisoner. 

Aprisionado, a, pp. adj prisoned, 
Aprisionador, sm. captor, that 

prisons. 
Aprisionar, va. to prison, to 

make prisoner of war. 
Aprisoa.do, Si, pp. adj. imprisoned. 
Aprisoar, va. to imprison, to in- 

carcerate. 
Aproado, a, pp. adj. steered. 
Aproar, va. {a sea term) to steer 

a ship. [to explore. 

Aprofundar, va. to deepen ; {fig.) 
A prol, adv. loc. profit, advan- 

tage. 
A prologo, adj. that has no pro- 
logue, [long. 
Aprolongar, va. {anc.) to prcv- 
Apromptado, a, pp. adj. pre- 

pared, disposed. 
Apromptar, va. to prepare, to 

make ready. 
Aproplietar-se,ur. {anc.) to make 

one's self a çro^bet . 
Aproposltad.Míveii\.ô» oAo . x» "Cci% 
1 purpose, oT^T^oxtxxxiQX^ . 



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Apropositado, a, pp. adj. oppor- 

tune, proper. [to fit. 

Apropositar, va. to proçortion, 
Apropriação, sf. appropnation. 
Apropriadamente, ado. with 

propriety, opportunely. 
Apropriado, a, pp. aaj, appro- 

priated, suitable. 
Apropriar, va. to appropriate; 

Xfig.) to adapt. 
Aproveitadamente, va. proíi- 

tably, usefully. 
Aproveitado, a, pp^ adj. im- 

proved ; saving, sparing. 
Aproveitador, adj. and sm. one 

that spares. 
Aproveitamento, sm. proíicien- 

cy , utility, proíit. 
Aproveitante, adj. i g saving, 

sparing. 
Aproveitar, va to proíit. to put 

to good use. — vn. to be use- 

ful, to improve. Aproveita?'-se, 

vr. to improve, to proíit by, to 

turn to aavantage. [ble. 

Aproveitável, adj. 2 g. proíita- 
Aprovisionado, a, pp. aaj pro- 

vided, furnished. [supply. 

Aprovisionar, va. to provide, to 
Aproxado, a, pp. adj approach- 

ed. 
Aprozar, va . {mil ) to approach 

in a siege. 
Aprozes, sm pi. (fort.) the ap- 
proach in a sie^e; ali "Works 

made by the besieger. 
Aproximação, s/*. approximation, 

approach, [proximation. 

Aproximadamente, ado by ap- 
Aproximado, a, pp. adj. ap- 

proached. 
Aproximar, va. to approach, to 

come near to. Aproxtmar-se, vr. 

to draw near [mative. 

Aproximativo, a, adj. approxi- 
Aprumado, a, pp. adj. plumbed. 
Aprumar, va to plamb, to set 

perpendicularly. 
Apsides, sm. pi. {astron.) apsides. 
Aptamente,a(/v. aptly, properly. 
Aptar. va.Y, Adaptar. 
ApteroB, m,pL {nat. Ust) ap- 

'àpOdõOt sf, aptness, aptitude 



Aptificado, a, pp, adj. habili* 

tated. 
Aptifioar, va to habilitate. 
Aptitude, sf. aptitude, aptness 
Aptitudinsd, adj. 2 g put in 

aptness. 
Apto, a, adj. apt, capable, íit. 
Apuado, a, adj nailed, fastened 

with iron points. 
Apudacta, adv. loc. {in 2au;) joined 

to the process [dust 

Apulverisar, va to powder, to 
Apunohar, va. {anc ) to stitch. 
Apunliado, a, pp. adj. ^asped 

in a íist. moniarded. 

Apunhalado, a, pp aaj. stabbed, 
Apunhalar^ va. to stab, to po- 

niard 
Apunhar, va. to grasp in a ílst. 
Apupada, sf. hiss, hoot, hootinff 
Apupado, a, pp. adj. hootea, 

liissed. 
Apupar, va. to hiss, to hoot 
Apupo , sm. hiss , hoot ,* a sea 

shell. 
Apuração, sf. reíinement. 
Apuradamente, adv. exactly, 

perfectly. 
Apurado, a, pp. adj puriíied, 

neati perfect, accomplished. 
Apurador, sm. one that reílnes ; 

improver [improvement. 

Apuramento, sm. reíinement, 
Apurar, va. to purify, to polish, 

to reíine. — a paciência, to put 

a mau out of patience. Apurar- 

«e, vr. to do one's best ; to grow 

polished. [rative. 

Apurativo, a, adj. {med.) depu- 
Apuridar, vn to whisper Apurir 

dar-se, vr. to be whispered. 
Apuro, sm. reíinement, improve- 
ment. 
Apurpurado, a, adj purpled. 
Apyra, sf. {mm.) argil, porcelain. 
Apyrexia, sf apirexy. 
Ap3rro, adj . apyrous, incombusti- 

ble [meration. 

Aquadrelamento, sm. list, ena- 
Aquadrelar, va. to asaecvVsl^. 
AqyiaâxVâiaâLO, ^, -p^. ^V J^^"* 



AÔuaecInu 

Aquarella, 
Aquaria. • 

AqaartalHdo, B, adj. Cavallo • 

Aenutrtelado, a,pp- ailj. billatoJ-, 
(AETflJ.] djvided in quirterings. 

AquortelBiueiito . ma. (mil.) 
lodgnienl, Larraclis. 

AiTBSTtelar, ca. ia liillsL aoldierr. 

AquartUbado, a, pp. iàj. tdíí 
Aquartilhador sin. a retailBr. 
AquortlUiai;, na to caUúl, to 

aaU bv piala. 
Aquatíoo, a. a-tj. squatic. 
Ai^atil, ailj. -1 g. aquatUe, aqua- 



Aqoeoido, a, pp mlj. grovn 

Aq^eolmenta. sivi. wannuaiia ; 

Aguaducto, sm. aquedunt. 
A ijuebna roupa, Bitu. toe, dose 
to, vorj naiir. [queicm: 

Aauelvar, ua. to fallow V. Al- 
Aipiebcadaraente . ais. (onc ) 

A^Bixamento, tm. boate, ipead; 



AõaaUe. a. (/«n. ivon. niuj ãdi. 
lh.a (ma.i or ihíig), thM ÍÍS- 
mUQ or that IhiOft. [otiior. 

Aqaell'oatro, a, Jem. rron that 

Aquém. o'íc. on ihii siíe. 

Aquautado. a. pp, adi. waimod, 
Diada hot; (/ij,) ikvourad 

Aquentamento, ma u hsating 

AtfueDtar, m. tu 



irm ; Wí-Jto 



— ■ AR.V 

Aaaentelanos, mi. pi. people on 

tliis sido of lhe ÍRguí, 
Aqaeo, p, údr. aqtieou^ 
Aôni, o.lo. hero, harpi;i ff- , 

Aquiescer, \n'. lo bl-.juIpsc*. ló 



Aquilatado, a, pp 'idj. v'hni'i! 

etcj. "" ^[(™^"1<i í°.). 
AqaliBtador, Jtn. (ajif. psiinyor 
Aquilatar, ca. to deivrmini! lha 

AqniliieTOrd^/j. H-i^uita-hearar 
AqnÍUTio,â, oi^j- aqnilíne. 
Aqulllo, praii. H. that thiiig. that 
Aãollonar, iii(f. a j. uotthorly, 

AqullODlo, a, adi. nurthcrly. 
•—'-'— -"o, a.íp.Wj. Bharwl, 



Aquosldad«, if. uquoousne 

Bqii..silv, [*iit.v 

Aquoso, a, onj. uqucnus, afiitii 



j.E»no ib — . ftlky Couia feita 
na --. a Ihing done ai randoin, 
íighlly. Pele,arei, (fs-) brishW, 

Ara,'^^''^ dtar-sio,,,; (asír.) a 
southoin cousOiWsiWw. 



■"•f 



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>, a, adj. of Arábia. — *, 

tm.pl. {paint.) arabesque or arar 

besk. 
Arabi, sm. a title ^íven to the 

ralibiu that ^'■■•veruAd lho Jows 

xehen they -«-hero tolerated in 

Fortufral. 
Arábia,' a/*. Arubia. 
Arabioo, a, adj. arabical, arabic. 
Araoa, nf. arack, arrak or rack 

(liquor). 
Araça, s(. a fniit of Brazil 
Araçazeiro, sm. Drazilian trce. 
Aracari, sm. urucari. 
Arado, sm. a plough. Ferro do 

— , pIough-shfir«í. 
Aradoiro, sm. {anc.) the plouf^h. 
Arador, atij. he that ploughs. — , 

sm. plougner. 
Aradura, sf. plou^rhing, tilling. 
Aragem or Arage, sf. brecze. 

blast. i^ing to Arragon. 

Aragonez, a, a<(/. acd s. pertaín- 
Aral , sm. {uf/nc.) a piece of 

incult ground that has been 

pioughed. 
Aralhá, sf. .1 two years calf , the 

stoiu or stalk of the garlick. 
Arame, sm. brass. 
Arandela, sf. a sort of funnel 

fastouod to the thick end of a 

lanço. 
Aranea, sf. arachnoid. 
Araneiforme, «'// 2 g. spider- 

lik(í. 
Aranh a, sf. spider ; a sort of crab 

lish. 'lâfi d' — , a cobwed 
Aranhento, a, adj that has spi- 

ders. 
Aranhiço, sm. a kind of spider. 
Aranhol. sm. a K;)idor's hole 
Aranhoso. a, adj. spider-like. 
Aranzel, sm. roll, register, rule. 
Arão, sm. {bot.) unim. 
Arar, va. to plough, to till. 
Arara, */. arurauna, macaw. 
Arate, 5 a bird of America. 
Aratica. sf. aratica (bird). 
Aratorio, a, adj. aratory. 
Aratriíorme, adj. 2 g, ploagh- 

shnpcd. 
Arauto, j»2. iieraid 



"\ 



Arável, adj. 2 g tillable. 
Aravia, sr arabic languaf^e, 

{íig ) gibberish. [labe. 

Arbalestrilha, sf. Kmath.) untro- 
Arbim, sm. a sort uf coarde 

cloth. 
Arbitra, sf. an arliiirtjss. 
Arbitração, sf. url)itration, arbi- 
trem e 11 1. [regulatcíl. 
Arbitrado, a, pp. adj arbitrated. 
Arbitrador, sm. arl.itrator; ap- 

praiser. 
Arbitragem, sf. aiKitration. 
Arbitral, adj. 'i g. uri li trai. 
Arbitramento, sm. ar)jitremt*nt, 

arbitration. ;«"ide. 

Arbitrar, va. to arbitrate, u» de- 
Arbitrariamente, adc. arbitra- 

rily, despoticallj' 
Arbitrariedade , sf. arbitraria 

ne.ss 
Arbitrário, a, adj arliitrary. 
Arbitrativo, a, //^// arbitra ry. 
Arbitrlo,.«fm.arbitrariness;<;lí»iiotí, 

■will.determinatioií. /^/yrr — ,fr{*o 

■will [trivor 

Arbitrista, sm. ar})iiratrir: a rt)n- 
Arbitro, sm. arbitruior, arbiter. 
Arbor, sm {anr.) V Arvore. 
Arbóreo, a, adj. arlioreons, ar- 

borary. [borescent. 

Arborescente, adj. -2, g. (hnt.) ar- 
Arboribonzo, sm. au orrant boDze 

(ludia). 
Arboricultura, sf. troe-ctiltiin». 
Arborisação, sf (min.) arborisa- 

tion. 
Arborisado, a, adj. arijorized. 
Arborisar, va. to arbori/e. 
Arborista, sm arborist, iiatu- 

ralist. 
Arbuaculo, sm. arbiisclo, shn.'). 
Arbusteo , a , adj. conceruinij 

the shrubs. [shapoií. 

Arbustiform, adi. 2 g. shriib- 
Arbustivo, a,'aaj, concerniu^ 

the shrubs. 
Arbusto, sm. {bot.) a shrub. 
Arca. sf. a chost; ark, coffcr. 

Veia da — , {anat.) the innor 

vein of tbô wm. — -jV^ca^i^ >\\fc 

AxoaboxM^o^ sm \a.■^c^ ^^ ^'^^ 



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ARC 



Aroabuzaço, sm. the shot of an 
arquebuse, arquebusade. 

Arcabuzada, sf. arquebusade. 

Arcabuzado, a, pp. adj. killed 
•yrith the shot of an arquebuse. 

Arcabuzar, va. {tnil.) to shoot, to 
kill with a shot of arquebuse 

Arcabuzeiro , sm arquebusier, 
^ gunsmith. 
'-"^ ATcabuzeria, */"■ a body of muske- 
teers or arquebusiers. 

Arcada, sf árcade, arched vault , 
piazza. [stellation). 

Árcades, 5 {astr.) Árcades (con- 

Arcádia, sf. Arcádia. 

Arcado, a, pp. adj. arched, bent. 

Arcadura, sf arching, bent, 
crookedness. 

Arcano, a, adj. secret, concealed . 
— , sm. arcanum. [saddle. 

Arção, sm the pommel of a 

Arcanson, 5771, colophonia. 

áircar, va. to arch, to bow. — pi- 
pas, to hoop casks. — com al- 
guém, to hug, to clasp — , vji. 
to breathe short. 

Arcaria, sf. the arches -which 
support auy building. 

Arcaz, sm. a great chest 

Arcebispado, sm. archbishopric 

Arcebif^al, adj. 2 g. archiepi- 
scopal. 

Arceisispo, sm archbishop. 

Arcediacono. sm archdeacon, 

Arcediagado, sm archdeacon- 
ship. [to the archdeacon. 

Arcediagal, adj 2 g belonging 

Arcediago, sm. {anc.) archdea- 
con. [the archers. 

Archa, sf a kind of arm used by 

Archaico, a, adj. {poet ) ancient, 
obsolete. 

Archaisnao, sm. archaism. 

Archanjo, .sm archangel. 

Archeiro, sm. archer ; one of the 
king of Portugal's guard. 

Archelogia, sf^ treatise of the 
first elements of medicine. 

Archeo, sm. archeus . — , {chem.) 
central fire. 

Archeographia, sf, description 
of old moD umen ts. 
-^oheographOfSm he that makes 

aeacriptiona ofold monuments. 



Archeologia, sf. archeology. 
Archeologico, a, adj arcneolo- 

gical. 
Archeologo, sm. archeologist. 
Archet3rpo, sm. archetype, mo- 

del, original. — , adj. archety- 

pal. [lothist or acolate. 

Archiacolyto, «m. the fírst aco> 
Arobiapostata , sm. archa{)o- 

state. [principal chair. 

Archicadeira, sf the fírst, the 
Arcbicaxnarista, sm. arch-cham- 

berlain. [chancellor. 

Archicancellario, sm. the lord 
Arcbicantor, sm. arch-chanter. 
Arcbiclavo, sm the regent or 

superior in a church . 
Arcbiconfraria, sf the principal 

brotherhood [archducny. 

Arcbiducado,5m- archdukedom; 
Archiducal, adj. 2 g. archducal. 
Arcbiduque, sm. archduke. 
Arcbiduqueza, sf archduchess. 
Archiepiscopado , sm. archbi- 

shopric. [piscopal. 

Archiepiscopal, adj 2 g archie- 
Arcbimandrita, s7h a superior 

of religious men. 
Archimla, sf [chem.) the part of 

chimistry employed for trans- 

inuting metais. [minister. 

Arcbiministro, sm. the prime 
Archimosteiro, 5m the fírst mo- 

nastery of an order . 
Archipadre, sm. a bishop. 
Archipelago, sm. the Archipe- 

lago. [presbyterial. 

Arcbipresbyteral, adj. 2^ arch- 
Archipropheta;5m archprophet. 
Architecta, sf. architectress 
Arcbitectar, va. to build, to raise ; 

{fig-) to exalt. 
Architecto, sm architect 
Architectonico, a, adj. archi- 

tectonic ; {mec ) Machina — a, a 

machine for raising-weights^ 
Architectonographia, «^ archi- 

tectonography [chitect. 

Arobitector, íffi. architector, ar- 
Architectoral, adj 2 g archi- 

tectural. 
Arobitectuxa^ sf. archltecture. 
AròbithxoxiOx sm. \^<^ ^fv&sà;^ 

thxone. 



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ARD 



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ARE 



Arohitrave, sm. architrave. 
Arohivado, a, pp. adj. kept, col- 

lected in the arcbives. 
Archivar, va. to keep, to gather 

in the archives. 
Arcliivista, sm. archivist. 
Archivo, sin. archives; a place 

■where records are kept. 
Archontado, sm. {aniiq.) archon- 

ship. 
Archonte, sm. archon. 
Archote, sm. a flambeau. 
Arcipreste, sm. archpriest. 
Arco, «m. bow; an arch; {geom.) 

are. — de pipa^ a hoop or circle. 

— da velha, rainbow. 
Arcobotante, sm. arc-boutant, a 

buttress. [brass. 

Arcote, sm. {miner.) dross of 
Arctação, sf. arctation. 
Arctar, va. {anc.) to bind, to 

strain. 
Árctico, a, adj. arctic. 
Arcturo, sm. {astr.) Arcturus 

(star). 
Arcaal. adj. 2 g. arcuate. 
Arcumferenciisi, sf. the space 

that is taken by a circle. 
Ardego, a, adj. {anc-i íiery, ar- 

dent. Cavallo — , a liery horse. 
Ardência, sf. ardency, ardour, 

fire; spontaneous incalescence 

or blasting of fat resinous bo- 

dies. 
Ardente, adj. 2 g. burning, hot, 

blazing, ardent. Agua — , brau- 

dy ; [fiÇ') pasaionate, violent. 
Ardentemente , adv. fiercely , 

passionatelv. 
Ardentia, sf. ignis fatuus; the 

phosphoric light of the sea. 
Ardentoso, a, adj. that stings as 

a nettle. 
Arder, vn. to bum, to blaze, to 

be consumed by fire; to blast 

(com, barley, etc); (fig.) to 

rage, to be inflamed ; to desire 

ardently. 
Ardidamente, adv. bravely. 
Ardideza, sf. bravery, boldness. 
Ardido, a, pp. adj. bumt, blazed, 

flamed.^ortnAa— a, musty flour. 
Ardiforo, adj. {poet) that has 

ardour; hot, aroont. 
PabtbL 



Ardil, sm. a stratagem, contri- 

vance. 
Ardileza, sf. ruse, stratagem. 
Ardilosamente, adv. craftily, 

knavishly. [cautious. 

Ardiloso, a, adj. subtle, crafty; 
Ardimento, sm. boldness. 
Ardor, sm. ardour, ardor, heat, 

eagerness. [slnte-pencil. 

Ardosia,í/'.(m7n.) slaXe.Lapis de — , 
Ardosieira, sf. slate-quarry. 
Arduamente, adv. difíicultly. 
Arduidade, sf. arduity, uifíi- 

culty. [lofty. 

Árduo, a, adj. difficult, arduous, 
Arduosidade, sf. arduousness. 
Are, sm. are. [stern. 

A ré, adv. loc. {mar.) towai"ds the 
Área, sf. {geom.) área; {meteor.) 

área. 
Areação, sf. {med.) the act of co- 

vering a sick person "with hot 

sand. 
Areado, a, pp. adj. ventilated ; 

astonished ; seized -with a palsy. 
Arear, v r. to ventilate ; to be 

astonished ; to be seized '^'ith a 

palsy. — va. to cover with sand. 
Areoa, sf. an Indian fruit. 
A redonda, adv. loc. about, rouud 

about. 
Aroeira, sf. sand-pit. 
Areeiro, sm. he wno digs sand; 

a sand-box. 
Argento, a, adj. sandy. 
Arefacção, sf. {pharm.) arefac- 

tion. [humbled. 

Arefeçado, adi. {anc.) abased, 
Aregon, sm. (pharm.) unguent 

againt the palsy. [gravei. 

Areia, sf. sand. — s, sf. pi. (med.) 
Areiado, a, pp. adj. sandeu. 
Areial, sm. a sandy place. 
Areiar, vn. to sand, to cover with 

sand. [sand-like. 

Areiamento, a, adj. that airs ; 
Areioso, a, adj. sandy. 
Areisco, a, adj. sandy. 
Arejado, a.,pp. adj. aired,blasted. 
Arejar, va. to air, to ventilate. 
Arejo, sm. airing, ventilation. 
Arelhana, sf. a girdle. 
Arena, sf. arena. 
Arenação, sf. arenation. 



ARG 



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ARG 



Arenaoeo, a, adj. arenaceous, 

aronose. 
Areziato, a, culj, {nàner.) staad- 

stone, quartz. 
Arenga, sf. harangue, speech. 
Arengado, a,i3p. adj. harangued. 
Arengador, sm, haranguer, 

speech-maker. 
Arenicola, sm. a sea maw-worm. 
Arenlfero, a, adj. that carnes 

sand. 
Areniforme, adj. 2 g. sand-like. 
Arenoso, a, a^j. sandj, gravellj. 
Arenque, 5m. herring. — dafuma- 

dOy a red herring. — comovas, a 

har4-roed herring. 
Areol, sm. {bot.) a plant of the 

family of long roses. 
Areola, sf. areola; (anat.) areola; 

{gard.) a little bed or quarter in 

a garden. 
Areometro, tm. areometer. 
Areopagita, sm. areopagite. 
Areópago, sm. areopsígus. 
AreoBo, a, adj. sandy. 
Areostylo, sm. [arch.) areostyle. 
Areotectonica, sf.{arch,) areotec- 
, tonic. 

Areotico, a, adi. areotic. [tree. 
Arequeira, 5/1 {bot.) cachoa, arec- 
Aresta , sf. awn of corn ; the 

coarsest sort of flax; {earp,) 

angle. 
Aresteiro, sm. a lawyer that cites 

sentences of a court. 
Arestins, sm. pi. arresta, a disease 

in a horse's pasterns. 
Aresto, sm. (in law) a sentence 

given upon a cause. 
Areatographo, sm. a compiler of 

sentences. [or angles. 

Arestoso, a, adj. that has awns 
Aretologia, sf aretology. 
A revezes, adv. loc. altemately. 
Arfagem, sf (a sea term) th« act 

of pitching. 
Arfar, vn. {a sea term) to pitch, to 

plunge sometimes a-head aad 

sometimea a-stern (ship). 
Ajrffaznaixáel, sm. babbler, talker. 
-Argamaasa, sf. aldnd ofpla&ter- 
ing, mortãT. 
'^ganxsLSBSLão, a, tm. tidj, im- 
Pãated, covered -with mortar. 



Argamaseador» »m. he who pren 

pares clay for puddling. 
Argamassar, ta. to cover ^th a 

kind of plastering. 
Arganaz, sm. a dorraouse. 
Arganel, sm. {anc.) ring. 
Arganeo, sm. {a sea term) ring- 

bolt ; rings which serve to push 

a cannon backwai*ds and for- 

wards. 
Argranizea, sm. pi. differaut kixids 

of wooUen cloths. 
Argâo, sm. a piece of reed to 

draw wire ; a sort of gown. 
Argel, sm. Algiers. — , a great 

noise. — , adj. 2 g. Cavallo — , a 

horse with his off foot vhite, 

and no other white spot. 
Argelino, a, adj. and «. pertaining 

to Algiers. 
Argema, sf {surg.) ulcer in the 

globe of an eye. [silvered. 

Argentado, a, pp. adj. plated, 
Argentar, va. to silver over, to 

plate. [plate. 

Argentaria, sf. plate, ailver- 
Argentario, sm. {ane.) cupboard 

for keeping silver-plate. 
Argentear, va. V. Argentar. 
Argênteo, a, adj. of or made of 

silver, argent; {fig.) cienr, 

bright. [roQS. 

Argentifero, a, adj. argentife- 
Argentifico, a, adj. that changes 

into silver. 
Argentina, sf {bot.) argentina. 
Argentino, a, adj. argentine, 

lijLe silver. [mercnry. 

Argento, sm. (poet.) silver- — vivOy 
ArgiUa, sf argil. çotter^s clay. 
Argillaoeo, a, adi. argillous. 
Argillifero, a, adj. areiUiferous. 
Argilloso, a, adj. ar^iUous. 
Argola, sf. an iron ring, a ring ; a 

knocker. [knocEer. 

Argolada, sf. a blow with the 
Argolão, sm. a great mw ssive ring. 
Argolar, va. to make rings. 
Argolelro, sm. workinan that 

makes rings. 
Argonauta* »m. argonaut. 
AraQa, sm. (,aitr .^ kc^o (constella- 

tionV 



ARI 



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ARNI 



Argndar, va. to trcat -with ar^- 
tie. [tiee. 

Argaoiosamente, adv. yrith argu- 

Argucioso, a, adj. that uses ar- 
gntise. 

Argaeireiro, sm. {anc.) he ^-ho 
stg.nds upon trifles. 

Argueiro, sm. a straw, a mote, a 
pin^s point. 

Arguente, s^n. arguer, disputant. 

Arguição, sf. blame, reproach. 

Arguido, a, pp. adj. reprehended, 
accused. 

Arguidor, a. adj. and s. that 
reprehends : blamer, disputer. 

Arguir, va. to reprehend* to ac- 
cuse, to reprove. — tm. to dispute. 

Arguitivaznente, adv. (ane.) ar- 
gumentatively. [mcntation. 

Argumentação, sf. (loff.) argn- 

Argumentado, a, pp. adj. argued, 
proved by arfruments. 

Argumentador, sm. arguer, dis- 
puter. 

Argumentante. ndj. 2 g. dispu- 
tant, the opponent in ádisputa- 
tlon. [to argue. 

Argumentar, va. to argument, 

Argumento, «ni. arírument. 

Argutamente, ado. smartly, 
briskly. 

Arguto, a, adj. sharp, loud ; (/ig.) 
subtil, injreriuous. 

Argyrosis, sf. (min.) a kind of an 
argentiferous mineral. 

Ária, sf. ária, air, song. 

Ariadna, sf. {astr.) Ariadne (star). 

Arianismo, sm. arianism. 

Arianos, .«f?». pi. Arians. 

Aridez, 5^. andity, drynoss. 

Árido, a, cdj. dry, sterile. 

Aridura, «A aridit}', dryness. 

Aries, .sm. [astr.) Aries. 

Arieta, sf. an ariotta. 

Ariete, sm. (viil.) a batteringram. 

Arietino, adj. (poeí.) belonging to 
a ram. 

Arilhado, a. adj. (bot.) arillated. 

Arilho, sm. [hot.) aril, arilus. 

Arinque, sm. {a sea term) the 
ancnor-cable. 

ArJoJo, S9n. diviner. V. Adevinho. 
-^^Pfr vn. to exca vato the ground 

^or takmg up seod-pearl£ 






Aripeiro, tm, a nian that searches 

soed-pearis. 
Aripo, sm, the vork of searching 

seed-peariB. [austere, coy. 

Arisoo. a, ac(/. taW. of sand ; {fig.) 
Arissaro, sm, {bot.) aruni. 
Aristado, a, adj. {bot.) furnished 

vith aristas. 
.^istarcho, sm. aristarchus. 
Aristocracia, sf. aristocracy. 
Aristocrata, sm. aristocrat. 
Aristocraticamente, ado. aristo- 

cratically. 
Aristocrático, a, adj. aristo- 

cratic, aristocratical. 
Aristocratisar, va. to give an 

aristocratical form to a govem- 

ment. 
Aristodcmocracia, sf. aristode- 

mocra cy. [ todemocratical. 

Aristodemocratico, a, adj. aris- 
Aristolochia, sf. aristolochy, 

hart-vort. fbeards 

Aristoso, a, adj. that has many 
Aristotélico, a, adj. aristotelic. 
Aristotelismo , sm. aristote- 

lianisin. 
Arithmancia, sf. arithmanoy. 
Arithmetica, sf. arithmetic. 
Aritlimeticamente, adv. arith- 

metically. 
Arithmetico, a, adj. arithmetical. 
Arithmographia, sf. the art of 

"writing nuinbers. 
Arithmometria, sf. the art of 

making logarithmic divisions. 
Arlequim, A-m. harloquin. 
Arlequinado, «f. harlequinade. 
Arma, sf. arm, \vea[>ou. — de fogo, 

a lire-ami. Armats brancas.^ the 

sword, the pike, the bayonet. 

Armas, sf. pt. Doixar as — , to 

Icavo the ariny. ]*ruça de — , the 

exercisc ground. — da serra., 

{carp.) that part of a saw by 

"which it is hold. 
Armação, sf. fumiture, tapestry ; 

a set of things propor to flt up 

apartments, churcnes, ships ; 

fishing apçavftl. 
Armada, sf . ^ Ç^<í c\.,t>. xisc; TÍ^-arroL-^ . 
ArmadVUda^ sf . a swvv^^a,"». íp^^_^ 
Armaudílkio, sm. ^.uat.lxxat^ w^»»«- 
àiUo. 



ARM 



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ARP 



Armado, a, pp. adj, armed ; har- 

nessedjfortiíied; (/!^.) adomed. 
Armador, sm. he vho adorns 

churches, honses. 
Armadouras, sm.pl. (a sea term) 

laths that are set in the ship's 

sides when the ship is building. 
Armadura, sf. arms, armour, 

weapons. 
Armamento , sm. armament , 

arming; the sails and tackling 

of a ship, etc. 
Armar, va. to arm, to furnish 

with. — ci7acía5,to lay an ambush. 

— uma bateria, to mount a batte- 

ry. — um navio, to equiç a ship. — ' 

vn. to make preparations tor a 

war. Armar-se, vr. to arm one's 

self, to take arms. 
Armaria, sf. armory, arms or 

coats of arms. 
Armário, sm. a cup-board. 
Armas, sf. pi. arms, weapons, 

armour; {heral.) field or snield 

of an escutcheon. 
Azmatoste, sm. a rack (to bend a 

cross-bow). 
ALrmazem, sm. ware-house, ma- 
gazine. 
Aamazenagem, sf. the act of 

keeping guods in a magazine. 
Armazenar, va. to keep goods 

in a magazine. 
Armeiro, sm. a maker of armours; 

a gun-smith. 
Armella, sf. a staple for a lock. 
Armellina, sf. ermine. 
Armellino, a, aâj. of ermine. 
Arménio, a, adj. and s. Armenian, 

belonging to Arménia. 
Armental, adj. 2 g. armental. 
Armento, .sm. {poet.) a herd of 

black cattle. 
Armentoso, a, adi. rich in cattle. 
Armeo, sm. — de lã ou de linho ^ a 

rack full of yarn or flax. 
Armeria, sf. armory, heraldry. 
Armigero, a, adj. armigerous. 
ArmiUia, sf. a bracelet. 
Armilheiro, sm. {carp.) a sort of 

chisel. 
Armillar, adj. 2 g. armillary. 

Espkera — , {flstnm.) armillary 

iijDhere. 



Arminado, a, adj. Cavallo — , a 

horse that has i^hite spots by 

a hoof of a black colour or vice- 

versa. 
Arminhado, a, adj. {heral.) the 

íield of an escutcheon when it 

is argent and the powdering 

sables. 
Arminho, sm. {nat. hist.) ermine. 

— , adj. (fig.) soft, gentle. 
Arxnino, sm. the white or black 

spots by the horse's hoof. 
Armipotente , adj. 2 g. armipo- 

tent, pow^rful in arms. 
Armiscara, sf. a sort of penalty. 
Armisono, a, adj. armisonous, 

rustling with armour. 
Armista, sm. he who is skilled 

in heraldry. 
Armisticio, sm. armistice. 
Armo, sm. temper, natural incli- 

nation of the mind. 
Armões, sm. pi. [artil.) the fore- 

wheels in the carriage of a 

cannon. 
Armoles, sm. pi. golden herb. 
Armomancia, sf. {antiq.) a sort 

of divination. 
Armoraria, sf. {bot.) cochlearia. 
Armoriai, sm. a book of armory. 
Arneiro, sm. a barren, a sandy- 

ground. 
Aniella , sf. the root of a broken 

tooth, that remains in the gum. 
Arnez, sm. harness, armour ; {fig.) 

protection, defense. 
Arnezado, a, adj. furnished with 

armour or harness. 
Arnica, sf. {bot.) arnica. 
Aro, sm. an iron or wooden hoop. 
Aroeira, sf. lentisc. V. Lentisco. 
Aroma, sm. an aromatic drug; 

{fig.) smell, scent. 
Aromático, a, adj. aromatic, aro- 

matical. 
Aromatita, sf. aromatite. 
Aromatização, sf. {pharm.) aro- 

matization. 
Aromatizado, a, pp. adj. aroma- 

tized. 
AjTomatizar, va. to aromatize. 
Arpa or Harpa, sf. harp. V. Har- 
pa and derivated. 
Arpão, sm. harpoon, hook. 



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ARR 



Arpar ^ va. to grapple, to board a 

snip. 
Arpejado,a,;:»p.a(í;. arpeggiated. 
Arpejar, va. to arpeggiate. 
Arpejo, sm. {music.) arpeggio. 
Arpente, sm. arpent. 
Arpeo , sm. harpoon y hook ; 

grapnel. [pling. 

Aipoação, sf. the act of grap- 
Arpoado, a, pp. adj. grappled. 
Arpoador, sm. harpooner. 
Arpoar, va. to grapple cr strike 

with the harpoon. 
Arpoeira, sf. narpoon, hook. 
Arqueação, sf. gauging, mea- 

surement of ships. 
Arqueado, a, pp. adj. arched, 

bent, crooked. Navio — , a ship 

measured by the gauger. 
Arqueador, sm. gauger. [ing. 
Arqueadura, sf. arching, bend- 
Arqueamento, sm. the act of 

bending; (a sea term)j measu- 

rement of a ship. 
Arquear, va. to make crooked, to 

arch ; (a sea term), to gauge a 

ship. — as sobrancelhas^ to draw 

op the eye brows in gazing at 

any thing with admiration. 
Arqueira, sf. a .bow-woman. 
Arqueiro, sm. a bownian. 
Arquejado, a, pp. adj. short- 

breathed. 
Arqueiante, adj. 2 g. out of 

breath, panting. 
Arquejar, vn. to breathe short, to 

blow. • [ing. 

Arquejo, sm. short breath, pant- 
Arquelha, sf. a mosquito-net. 
Arqueia, sf. a small chest. 
Arrajaalde, sm. suburb; vicinity. 
Arrabil, Rabil or Babel, sm. a 

musical instrument. 
Arrabileiro, sm. a player of ar- 

rabil. 
Arrabique, sm. V- Arrebique. 
flLrrabujar-se, ur .(a/?c.) to grow 

covered with mange (dbgs). 
.Arracixnado, a, pp. adj. covered 

with bushes. [chy. 

Arracixuar-se, vr. to grow bun- 
Arraçoado, a, pp. adj. that has 

ration. [tion. 

Arraçoar, va. to distribute ra- 



Arraia, sf. {nat hust.) a skate. 
Arraiado, a, pp. adj. enligh- 

tened. V. RaicMo. 
Arraial, sm. the field where two 

armies engage. 
Arraiamento,f m. tapestry, hang- 

ings. 
Arraiano, sm. and adj. a bor- 

derer, a neighbnurer 
Arraiar, vn. to shine. V. Raiar. 
Arraigado, a, pp. adi. rooted, 

old ; ifig.) inveterateu. 
Arraigar, va. to produce roots, 

to take roots. — {fíg-)^ vr. to 

grow incurable. Arraigar-se^ vr. 

to take root, to stick fast in 
Arrair, va. (agric.) to dress a 

vine. [of a boat. 

Arrais or Arraes, sm. a ma.stcr 
Arralba, sf. a young heifer two 

years old. 
Arramado, a, pp. adj. that brings 

forth branches. 
Arraxnalhado, a, pp. adj. that 

is in the uet. 
Arramalhar, vn. to agítate the 

branches of a tree; it is said 

also of the fish in the nct. 
Arrazoar, va {anc.) to be scat- 

tered. Arramar-se^ vr. to bring 

forth leaves 
Arrancada, sf. sudden impetno- 

sity or impulse; a jerk; the 

drawing of swords; a sudden 

pull. [tuously. 

Arrancadaxnente , adv. impe- 
Arrancado, a, pp. adj. pulled 

away, slipped off. 
Arrancador, sm ho that pulls 

violently , extirpator. 
Arrancadura, .sf. the act of 

snatching away. 
Arrancar, va. to pull violently, 

to root up. — vn. to start, to 

rush. Arrancar-se^ vr. to be root- 

ed up, to strive, to part frora a 

place, thing or person. Arrancar 

a vida^ to tear out one's soul. 
Arranchado, a, pp. adj. lodged, 

quartered. 
Airanchar, va. to lodge, to make 

a messmate. AtTanchar-se, vr. to 

become a messmale. 
Arranco, sm, violent impulsa; 



*.*. 



ARR 



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ÂRR 



(fig.) anguish. Arremcos da morte^ 
agony. [rous. 

Axranoorar-se, vr. to be ranco- 

Arrançoado, a, pp adj. ransom- 
ed. [soner. 

Arrançoar, va. to ransom a pri- 

Arranliado, a, pp adj. scratcned. 

Arranhador, a, adj. that scrat- 
ches. — , sm. scratcher. 

Arranhadura, sf. scratch. 

Arranhar, va. to scratch. — vn. 
and AiTanhar-se^ vr. to scratch 
one's self. [plant. 

Arranhosa, fif (bot.) a tnomy 

Arranjado, 9L,pp. atí;'. arrangped, 
disposed. [hient. 

Arranjamento , sm. arrange- 

Arranjar, va to arranco, to ac- 
commodate, to conciliate Ar- 
ranjar -se, vr. to settle one's 
aífairs. 

Arranjo, sm. arrangcment, order, 
method. 

Arranque, sm. {agric.) a plucking 
away of herbs. 

Arrão, .sm. (bot.) an herb socalled. 

Arrapazado, a, adj. bojish, boy- 
líke. 

Arraposado, a, pp. adj. that 
foigns to be a dead body as 
the fox does. 

Arraposar-se, vr. to feign to bo 
a dead body. 

Arrarado, a, 7)/). €u1j. rarefíed. 

Arrareur, va. to rarefy. 

Arras, sm.pl. a wife's poition, 
eariiest money , the adyantages 
given to tho infenor player at 
the tennis-play. 

Arrasado, a, pp. adj. demolished, 
destroyed. Navio — , (a sea temi) 
when a .ship goes right before 
the wind. 

Arrasador, sm. demolisher ; a 
strickle. 

Arrasamento, sm. or Arrasa- 
dura, sf. demolition. 

Arrasar, va . to levei, to demolish, 
to destroy. Arrasar-se, vr to 
be Itívelled , to be covered ali 
over. Arrasaram-se-lhe os olhos 
de lagrimas, the eyes overflow 
with tears. [bly. 

Arrastadamente, adv. miserar 



Arrastadelro, a, adj, that draga 

or trails along. 
Arrastado, a, j^. adj» dragged, 

trailed along ; (fig.) fatigtiea. 
Arrastadura, sf. dragging. 
Airastamento , sm. dragging, 

trailing. 
Arrastão, sm. effoct of dra^iag. 
Arrastar, va. to draw, to drag, to 

trail. — aza, {fia.) to court. — , 

vn. to trail on tho ground. 
Arrasto, sm. dragging, trailing. 
Arrátel, sm. a pound "waight. 
Arratelado, a, pp. adj. divided 

into pounds. 
Arratelar, va. to weigh, to sell 

a thing pound by pound, 
Arravesar, va. \. Arrevessar. 
Arrazes, 5771. pi. arras-hangmgs. 
Arrazoadamente, adv. reason»- 

bly. [considered, debated. 

Arrazoado, a, pp. adj. reasoned, 
Arrazoador, sm. reasoner, ar- 

guer. [rcason, argument. 

Arrazoamento, sm. reasoning, 
Arrazoar, vn. to reason, to con- 

sider, to debate. 
Arre, inter j. hey-day! away! 

away with. 
Arrear, va. to dress, to adom. 

— as velas, to lower the sails. 

— a bandeira, to strike the flag 
Arrcar-se, vr. to adorn one's self. 

Arreaz, s^n. a sort of buckle. 
Arrebanhado, a, jTp. a<2J gather- 

ed by flocks. 
Arrebanhador, sm. he ^vho ga- 

thers together ; shepherd. 
Arrebanhar, va. to gather the 

âock. Arrebankar-se,vr. to flock 

together. [tately. 

Arrebatadamente, adv. precipi- 
Arrebatado. a. pp. adj. snatched, 

carried away by force. 
Arrebatador, a, adj and s. that 

carnes oíf by violence. 
Arrebatadura , sf. snatchinç ; 

hastiness; {fig.) rapture, ravish- 

ment. 
Arrebatamento, «m snatching; 

hastiness ; {fig.) rapture ravish- 

ment. 
Arrebatar, va to snatch, to ppll 

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lence ; {fig.) to charm, to pleose, 

to transport. 
Arrebeçar, ATrebesar or Re* 

beçár, va. V. Vomiiar. 
Arrebentadiço , a. euij that 

bnrsts or cracks \s'ith a great 

noise. r])roken, opeu. 

Arrebentado, a. pp. aâj. burst, 
Arrebentazuento , sm. burst , 

burslin^r. 
Arrebentar, r.a. to biirst, to 

brcíik suddenlj'. — cn. to break. 

to open nnd spread as the 

flowers ; imfíd.) to have erup- 

tions on the body. 
Arrebento, sm. (agric.) sprout- 

ing. —.9, lhe first shoots of a 

troe. 
Arrebicado, vl. pp. atlj. palnted , 

[fig.) adorned, ileckod. 
Arrebicar, ra. to paint , to put 

whito or rod coh>nr on tho face. 
Arrebique, i^m. jiaint, varaishiag. 
Arrebitado, a, pp. adj. raised, 

lifted. Ter o nariz — , to bo 

disdainful. 
Arrebitar, m. to raise, to lift. 
Arrebol , sm. tíie rcdness of 

clouds. fgloiring. 

Arrebolado. a, adj. {poct.) tíerj-, 
Arreburrinho, sm. a sort of play 

nmon^- bovs. 
Arrecadação, sf. exaction, col- 

Ufctiiifr, ^'atln*rinjr of money. 
Arrecadado, a. f>/}.a<// rcceivod, 

k«.'pt, lak<Mi. [oollector. 

Arrecadador, sm . a receiver, a 
Arrecadamento, sm. exaction, 

collortiiifr. 
Arrecadar, va. to rcceive , to 

«■■•ll«;ct. to gnther taxft.s. 
Arrecadas, sf pi. car-rings, a 

peiídant. (fig.) ornanients. 
Arrecife or Recife, sm. a ridge 

of rock.s alonfr tho soa coast. 
Arreda, sf. {ann.) disheriting, 

dishíTison. 
Arredado, a. pp. adj rcmoved, 

distant; [in law) a distant 

'witncs». [inoving. 

Arredamento, sm. removal, i*e- 
Arredar, va. to remove, to (>anish, 

to put away. Arredar-se, vr. to 

\íithdraw, to leave. 



Arredio, a, adj. straycd (heasts) ; 

retired, lonosome (penon). 
Arredo, adc. far. — vd de nus, fai 

be it from us. 
Arredondado, a, pp. adj. round- 

ed, round. 
Arredondamento, am. roundiag, 

roundness. 
Arredondar, va. to round, tu 

make u ihing ruiintl. 
Arredor, adv. arouiiil. ahout. 
Arredores, sm. pi. firecincts : the 

adjncont parts of a town. 
Arredouçado. a. pp. adj. that 

âies furwar.i. and iiuckward on 

a ro|»e. 
Axredouçar-se, vr. to kwíh;?, to 

fly forward and backxrard on a 

rope.. [drivor. 

Arreeiro, sm. nmletccr, a mule- 
Arrefanbar, va. to pull or tear 

away violently. 
Arrefecer, va. to cool. — vn. t..» 

gro"NV oool. Ayfpfffcr-st;, vr. to 

get cold ; (fig.) to slacken. 
Arrefecido, a, yp. adj. cold, 

coolM; (fig.) slack, iuditferent. 
Arrefecimento, sm. coulness, 

coldne.«ís. [^cooled. 

Arrefentado. a, pp. a/Ij. cold, 
Arrefentar. mi to cool, to make 

cold. (tucked ui>. 

Arregaçado, a, pp. adj. girdcd. 
Arregaçar, ca. ti> tuck. to turn 

or trathor np. Arregarar-se, vr, 

to tuck oncs irowu. 
Arregalado, a. pp.adj. stared. 
Arregalar, vu. to st aro. — os 

ol/ios, u> lifi lhe eyc I)niws too 

much. * (snarled. 

Arreganhado. Si^pp. adj. ^rrined, 
Arreganhar, ca. to frrin, to anni. 

Arreganhar-so^ vr. to shew one^s 

teeth .<<iiiiling. 
Arreganho, sm. a good militar}' 

countenanoe. 
Arregimentar, va. to bring to a 

military body, a military disci- 
plino. 
Arregoado, a, pp. adj. furroved. 
Arrelado, a, vp. adj. arraycd, 

dccked out; harnessed, 
Arreiar, va. to array, to dress^ 

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Arreigada, sf. the root of a 
tongue. — da unha, the root of 
a nail. 
Arreigado, a, pp. adj. rooted, 
that has taken root, (fig.) radi- 
cated, inveterated. 
Arreigaxnento, sm. (ín law) cau- 

tion to an estate or lands. 
Arreigar, va. to produce roots 

as a tree, to root. 
Arreio, sm. array, dress ; horse- 

harness. 
Arreio, adv. continually. 
Arreia, inter j. (of aversion)away] 
Arrelentar, va. to dew. 
Arrelhada, sf. the irou in a 

plou^h-staff. [tened. 

Arremangado, a, {anc.) threa- 
Arremangar, va. {anc.) to threa- 

ten, to menace. V. Ameaçar. 
Arrexnansar-se, vr. to he in the 

calm or still water of a rivor. 
Arrematação, sf. auction, out- 

hidding. 
Arrematado, a. pp. adj, that is 

bought in auction. 
Arrematador, a, adj. and s he 

that bids most. 
Arrematante, adj. 2 g. the high- 

est bidder in an auction. 
Arrematar, va. toseU bv auction, 

to bid most ; to tie fast (hair). 

— vn. to be the end . 
Arremedação, sf. the act of mi- 

micking. 
Arremedado, a, pp. adj. coun- 

terfeited, imitatea. 
Arremedador, a, sm. or f. mime 

ormimic; imitator. 
Arremedar, va. to counterfeit, 

to mimic, to copy ; to imitate. 
Arremedo, sm. the act of mimick- 

inç , imitation , pretence, dis- 

guise. [patches. 

Axremesquinlios, sm. pi. paint, 
Arremessadamente, adv. in- 

considerately. 
Arremiessado, a, pp. adi. thrown 

away, cast forth; bola, rash. 
Arremessador, a, adj. and s he 

orshe that íhrows stones, darts, 
grenades. 
'^^^'omesaamentOj sm. the act of 



Arremessar, va. to throw, to 
cast; {fig.) to thrust upon one. 

— o cavatho, to turn back the 
horse. 

Arremesso, sm. a throw, hurl or 
cast. De — , adv. loc. impetuously. 

— 5, sm. pi. strokes. 
Arremiettedura, sf. {anc.) the act 

of assailing. 
Arremettente, adj. 2 g. that in- 
vades, assailing, invading. 
Arremetter, vn. to assail, to in- 
vade. — va. to fali upon. 
Arremettido, a, pp. adj. assailed, 

attacked, invaued. 
Arremettidura, sf. {anc.) the act 

of attacking. 
Arremettimento , sm. aggres- 

sion, an impetuous charge. 
Arremlnado, a, pp. adj. angry, 

ire fui. 
Arreminar-se, vr. to be angry; 

to assault, to run against. 
Arrenda, sf. the ploughing. dig- 

ging or delving of ground. 
Arrendado, a, pp adj. hired or 

rented ; laced. 

Arrendador, sm tenant, renter. 

Arrendamento, sm. and Arren- 

dação, sf. rent ; hiring, renting. 

Arrendar, va. to let, to hire, to 

rent, to take by lease. 
Arrendatário, adj. and s. tenant, 

renter. 
Arrenda vel, adj. 2 g. that may 

be rented. 
Arrenegação, sf. abjuration of 

the faith, apostasy. 
Arrenegada, sf. (a game at cards) 

ombre. 
Arrenegado, a, pp. adj. aposta- 
ted; (Jig.) angry, cross. — sm. 
apostate. 
Arrenegar, va.andn. to apostate, 
to detest, to abominate. -In-e- 
negar-sCj vr. to be angry. 
Arrenego, sm. abjuring, detesta- 
tion. [ruin. 

Arrenhamento, sm {anc.) loss, 
Arrepanharp va to snatch, to 
plunder. [hair. 

ArrepeUaQSLo^ sf. a tu^ by the 
ArrepeUado, a, pp. ad^. ^>3^%^ 



lug by tho ha! 



Arrependido, a, pp. o^j. ra- 

An^eodimento , itn. rapen- 

Airepeso, údj. (ojh.) repenled ; 

Arrepiar, aa. V. Xrrípíar. 
ArrepolhculQ, a, ailj. iluu ia like 

AiTBBtado, a, pp. nãj. arregted, 

Arrestar, ca. la nrrsst; tin faa) 



ArreyBiar.iin.ffluc.) V IlfBPsar. 
Arreioar na. V. Arpasniv and 

deriTined 
Arriado, a, pa. ailj. abatei, re- 



Arrtata or Arreata, af. a haller. 



pnck anddle uf (iiat 
I. V. ííenl 



Arrlaz 

horae-na 
ArrUjELpi 



.e IkIou^ds t 



-, strauge 
Arribada, êf. the putting iniu a 
Arrlliado, a. pp. orfj. landcd, piit 



Arrlhar, m. to pnt into s har- 

Airigado, a. nn, n.íí. liird. )»und 

fssl with roíies. 
AiTlcer. ra. (anc.) (a sn imn) to 



Arrlfar su. (o bti uiiiuT''l9(mifl. 
Arrlmadlço, a, aij. ihnt is iin- 

Arrlmado, a. pp. ^j. undarne^ 
propi.ed: (/íj.5 favoutod. — u 

Arrimar, do. tn prnu. lo nphnlil. 

lo rcly. ' ■ ' [fcEiel 

Arrimo, nu. prap. snpporl: do- 
-Arrtooar^BO, cb. V. Amníoior-H 

Arrlnho, im. a liay vhi>re aie 

llahad ahads and Laiiiprcya. 
ArrloBCa. >} a cheat. shani. 



Arrlplado, a, PP a^j- toiriâed, 

frighlenfd. . 

Arrlplamento. sm. a shlTcrinB 



'haeárded." 

. lo «ndanger, 






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Arrobado, a, VV* adj. -weighed, 

nioasured. 
Arrobaxnento, «m. the act of 

moasuring I»y arobes. 
Arrobar, va. to "weigh or to 

measuro by arobe ; to cure and 

preserve small wines by putting 

into them sodden "wine. 
Arrobe, sm. sodden "wine. 
Arrobustar-se, vr, to grow ro- 

bust, strong. 
Arrochada, sf. a blov of a stick. 
Arrochado, a, ;)p. adj. packed 

or tíed -with a stick. 
Arrochador, sm. a necklace of 

pearls. [with a stick. 

Arrochar, va. to pack up close 
Arrochellado, a, adj. incastel- 

lated. 
Arrocho, mm. a short stick with 

vhich carriers "wind the cord 

that binds their pack. 
Arrodear or Arrodeiar, va. 

V. Rodear and derivated. 
Arrodellado, a, pp. adj. armed 

with a shield or búckler. 
Arrodellar, va. to bucklor. Arro- 

dellar-se, vr. to be bucklered, 
Arrodilhado, a, pp. adj. kneeled 

or knelt down. 
Arrodilhar-se, vr. tokncel down. 
Arro^ação, sf. lhe act of arro- 

gating ; (í/í law) affiliation. 
Arrogado, a. pp. adj. arrogated ; 

{i/l laiv) atíiliated, adoptea. 
Arrogância, sf. arrogancy, pride , 

arrogance. 
Arrogante, adj. 2 g. arrogant, 

j)roud, hauçhty; (in law) that 

adopts or aííiliates. 
Arrogantemente, adv. proudly. 
Arrogar, va. to adopt, to afíiliate ; 

ifigT) to arrogatc. Arrogar-se^ vr. 

to arrogate to one's solf a righi 

or title. 
Arroio, sm. a little stream ; tho 

herh white nettlo. [rashly. 

Arrojadamente, adj. boldly, 
Arroí adiço, a, adi, missilo that 

is thrown violently. 
AjTojado. a, pp. adj. thrown, 
ca8t;(/if/.)rnsh, boJd, audacious. 
^^ojadura, sf. a píece of wood 
in an ass-milL 



Arrolamento, sm. boldness, au- 

dacity; impudence. 
Arrojar, va. to cast, to throw. 

Arrojar-se, vr. to cast one's self 

from a high place, 
Arrojeitaij va. to give a blow. 
Arrojo, sm. the act of throwing 

with violence; {f^.) boldness, 

audacity. [enlisted. 

Arrolado, a, pp. adj. enroUed, 
Arrolador. sm. he who enrolls. 
Arrolamento, sm. listing, enrol- 

ment. 
Arrolar, va. to list, to enroll; 

to lay or lull asleep a ])aby. 
Arrolhado, a, pp. adi. corked. 
Arrolhar, va. to cork (bottlos). 
Arrollo, sm. a tone or singing for 

lulling a baby. 
Arromba, sf. (culg.) great, won- 

áGTÍu\. Jantar de — , great dinner. 
Arrombada, sf. a pai't broken in 

a building or wall. [broken. 
Arrombado, a, pp. adj. opened, 
Arrombador, sm.ahouse-break- 

er;burglar. [o^en. 

Arrombamento, sm. a breaking- 
Arrombar, va. to force, to break 

open, to drive down. 
Arroseira, sf. a place where rice 

gr o ws. 
Arrosetado. a, adj. {boU) shaped 

as a rowel of a spur. 
Arrostar, va. to come in sight, to 

defy, to bravo. 
Arrosto, adv. {anc.) over-against. 
Arrotado, a, vp. adj. beiched ; 

that h;is beiched. 
Arrotador, a, sin. or f. he or she 

thr.t bolches. [boastof. 

Arrotar, vn. to belch. — va. t(» 
Arrotea, sf. a piece of ground 

I)loughed for tne íirst time. 
Arroteado, a. pp. adj. ploughed 

for the llrst timo. [er. 

Arroteador,.<:»2. grubl>er, plongh- 
Arrotear, va. to grub up an un- 

tilled piece of ground. 
Arroto, sm. a bolching. 
Arroubado, a, pp. adj. rarished, 

enraptured. [ture, transport. 
ArrovihaiiieTit.o^ mi. i^nc.) rap- 
Arro>ibax-sQ^ or. Vi wi "E«NSásiSÈ^> 
' eiixaT^lvaetà.. 



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Arroupado, pp. adj. coveredwith 



a jrood cloth. 



Arroupar, va. to cover with a 

frood cloth. V. Vestir. 
Arroz, sm. rice. [grows. 

Arrozal, sm. the place where rice 
Arruado, a, adj. disposed into 

streets. 
Armador, a, sm. or f. a fanfaron, 

a swaggerer. 
Armamento, sm. a distribution 

or division into streets. 
Armar, va. to range or distribute 

into streets. Arruar-se^ vr. to be 

divided into streets. 
Arruda, sf. {bot.) the herb rue. 
Armdão, sm. {bot.) rue, ruta. 
Arruella, sf. {heral.) torteaux, 

besant ; {a sea term) a small 

iron ring in ships. 
Arruellado, a, adj. {heral,) that 

has besants. 
Arrufadamente, adv. angrily 

with displeasure. 
Arrufadiço, B.,adj. peevish.that 

is easily offended. [fended. 

Arrufado, a, pp. adj. angry, of- 
Arrufar-se, vr. to be angry, to 

pout. 
Arrufianado, a, adj. that has the 

countenance or air of a rufian. 
Arrufo, sm, pique, grief, trouble, 

pouting. 
Arrugado, a,pp. adj.wrmVlcá. 
Arrugamento , sm. wrinkle , 

"vrrinkling. 
Arrugar, va. to -wrinklOfto shri- 

vel. Arrugas/^se, w. to be wrin- 

kled 
Arrugia, sf. {min.) a conduct for 

running out waters. 
Arruido, sm. uproar, bawling, 

tumuU. 
Arruinado, pp. adj. mined, un» 

done. — em costumes^ perverted. 
Arruinador, sm. and adj. des- 

troyer, spender. [ruin. 

Arrainamento, sm. destniction, 
Arruinar, va. to ruin, to destroy, 

to demolish; (fia.) to undo, to 

spoil.— »n. to fali, to go to ruin. 

Ãrruinar-se, vr, tiy decay, to go 

^nojaítar, va, tocJeave,to open 



ArrulTado, a, aàj. reddishbrowa. 
ArmivaBcado, a, adj, reddlah 

brovm. 
Arrulhar, va. to coo like a dove. 
ArrulliOi sm. cooing; children*B 

playthings. 
Arrullar, va. to lay or lull to sleep. 
Arrumação, sf. apnointing in 

^eographical chart; {fig.) setting 

in order. [lovers, spitei. 

Arrumaços, sm.pl. piques among 
Arrumado, a, ji». adj. disposed, 

set in order. 
Arrumador, sm. stower; {fig.) 

he vrh.0 sets in order. 
Arrumar, va. to set in order, to 

dispose ; to mark the rhumba or 

bearing^ on the chart. 
Arrumo, sm. setting in order. 
Armnliado, a, pp. adi. ruined ; 

pared or cut (shoemaker). 
Arm-vidSo, sf. the nist of iron. 
Arsão, sm. V. Arção. 
Arsenal, sm. arsenal. 
Arseniado, a, adj. arsenicated. 
Arseniatado, a, adj. {chem.) ar- 
senicated. 
Arseniato, sm. {chem.) arseniate. 
Arsenical, adj. 2 g. arsenical. 
Arsénico, sm. {miner.) arsenic, — 

amareUOf orpiment. 
Arsenite, sm. {chem.) arsenite. 
Arte, sf. art, skill, address, craft, 

ability. Boas artes, humanities. 

Arte, manner, means, method, 

vay. 
Artefacto, sm. workmanship. 
Arteficial, sm. artificer. 
Arteirice. sf. ruse, artiflce, art. 
Arteiro, a, adi. cunninç, sharp. 
Artelho, sm. tne ankle-oone. 
Artemagioo, sm. magician. V. 

Magico. [mug-wort 

Artemisia. sf. {bot.) artemisia, 
Artenna, sf. artenna. 
Artequlm, sm. fruit of índia. 
Artéria, sf. an artery. 
Arteriaoo, a, adj. belonging to 

the arteiy. 
Arterial, adj. 2 q, artftTxai.. 
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Arteriologia, sf. arteriology. 
Arteriotomia, sf. arteriotomy. 
Arterite, sm. innammation in the 

arterios. 
Artesão, sm. artisan, artiôcer. 
Artesiano, a, adj. artesian. 
Artetica, sf. [med.) gout. 
Artetico, a, adj. belonging to the 

gout. 
Arteza, sf. a kneading-trough. 
Artezão, sm. sofíit, vaulted roof. 
Arfcezoado, a, pp. adj. worked in 

soffíts. [sofiits. 

Artezoar, va. (avch.) to work in 
Arthanita, sf. the horb called 

sow-bread. 
Arthralgia, sf {surg.) arthralgy. 
Arthrifugo, a, adj. Çmed.) is said 

of the remedias agamst the gout. 
Arthritico, a, adj. arthritic, 

gouty. 
Arthrodynia, sf. {med.) arthritis. 
Articulação, sf. {anat.) articula- 

tion. 
Articaladaxnente , ado. articu- 

lately, clearly. 
Articulado, a, pp. adj. articu- 

lated, articuiate. 
Articulante, adj. 2 g. that arti- 

culatcs. 
Articular, adj. 2 g. articular. 
Articular, va. to articuiate, to 

{»ronounce the sounds articu- 
ately and clearly. Articular-se^ 

vr. {anat.) to be articulated or 

jointed. 
Articulo, sm. (gram.) V. Artigo. 

— , [anat.) articulation. 
Articuloso, a, adj. (anc.) artful. 
Artífice, sm. artincer, mechanic. 
Artificiado, a, pp. adj. worked 

vith art. [artful. 

Artificial, adj. 2 g. artificial, 
Artificialmente, adv. artiâciaUy, 

with skill. 
Artificiar, va. to vork vilh art. 
Artificio, sm. artiíice, art. 
Artificiosamente, adv. artiâ- 
ciaUy^ "with artiâce; cunningly, 

sagaciously, craftily. 
Artiíioo, a^, adj. [anc.) artful, 

fallacioua. 
Artigo, sm. articJe, clause, ac- 
couQt, trenty, condition. — , 



(gramm.) article. — {anat.) arti- 

culation, joint. 
Artilhado, a, adj. furnished or 

mounted "with artillerv. 
Artilhar, va. to furnish with ar- 

tillery. 
Artilheria, sf. artillery. 
Artilheiro, sm. an artiliery-man ; 

gunner. [cheat. 

Artimanha, sf. artífice, fraud, 
Artimão, sm. {aseaterm) mizzen. 
Artista, sm. artist. 
Artistamente or Artistica- 
mente, adv. artfully, skilfully. 
Artístico, a, adj. artist, skilful , 

belonging to the arts. 
Artizar, va. to work with art. 
Artolitho, sm. {min.) kind of mi- 
neral. 
Artomeli, sm. a cataplasm of 

bread and honey. 
Artophago, S7n. and adi. one that 

feeds oue's self with oread. 
Artus. sm. pi. {anat.) the joints ; 

the limbs. 
Aruga, sf. a small canal or pipo 

for the conveyance of water m 

the mines. [ceous. 

Arundinaceo, a, adj. arundina- 
Arundinoso, a, adj. arundiueous. 
Arúspice, sm. arúspice. 
Aruspicina. sf. aruspicy. 
Aruspicino, a, adj. belonging to 

arúspices. 
Aruspicio, a, adj. belonging t<.> 

arúspices. — sm. aruspicy. 
Arvaes, sm. pi. arraies. 
Arval, adj. 2 g. {poet.) rustic, 

campestral. 
Arvicola, adj. 2 g. that is a 

country-man or woman 
Arvlcultura, sf. the science of 

husbandry. 
Arvoado, a, pp. adj. giddy, dizzy. 
Arvoamento, s/n giddiness, diz- 

ziness. [giddy. 

Arvoar, va. to stun, to make 
Arvorado, a, pp. adj. raised up, 

lifted up. 
Arvorar, va. to set upright, to 

raise, to hold up. 
Arvore, sf. Xte^. 
Arvoreoer , *on. \o\iei<iotCkfò ^ \xefò. 

Arvoredo, sm. ». çcw^ oWx^íí^íã. 



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Arvorejado, a, pp. adj. covered 
with trees. " pwith trees. 

Arvorejar-se, vr. to oe covered 
Arvorescente, adj. 2 g. V. Arbo- 
rescente, [shaped. 
Arvoriforxne, adj. 2 g. tree- 
ArythOQoides, sm. pi. arythse- 

noides. 
Arsrtlmio, sm. {med.) arythmus. 
Arzolla, sf. a green almond. 

the article of the plural for 
nouns of the feminine gender, 
l, sf. V. Aza. [the. 

A sabendas, adv. loc. wisely. 
Asalveado, a, adj. [bot.) Corolla 
— a, corolla resembling a sal- 
var, [gris. 
Asamar, sm. green grey, verdi- 
Asambenitado , a, ãdj.. that 

vrears a sarabenito. 
Asaphia, sf. {med.) hoarseness. 
Asaptains, sm. pi. {antiq.) the in- 

terpreters of dreams. 
Asar, sm. V. Azar. [spikenard. 
Asaro, sm. {bot.) asarum or wild 
As avessas, adv. loc. the wrong 

way; (fig.) preposterously. 
Asbestino, a, adj. asbestme, in- 
combustible. [bestos. 

Asbesto, sm. {min.) asbestus, as- 
Asoa, sf. aversion, repugnancy. 
Ascarento, a, adj. íilthy. 
Ascendenoia, sf. genealogy, an- 

cestry. 
Ascendente, adj. 2 g. ascending, 
ascendant. — sm. ascendant su- 
pfcriority; ancestor. 
AsoenO/sntes, sm. pi. ancestors, 

Ibrefathbrs. 
Ascender, vn. to ascend, to move 

upwards. — va. to U<2^ht. 
Ascendimento, sm. ascent, as- 

cendaut. 
Ascensão, sf. ascent, ascension. 
Ascensional, adj. 2 g. ascen- 
sional. 
Ascensor, sm. he who ascends. 
Asceta, sm. ascetic, hermit, ana- 

choret. 
Asceterio, sm. monastery. 
Ascético, a, adj. ascetic. — .9, 
sm.pl. asceticSjDookson devout 
exercises. [inatic. 1 

AsGimar-se,» r. to become schiS' / 



Ascios, sm.pl. Ascii, the inhabi- 

tants of the torrid zone. 
Ascites, sf. {med.) ascites. 
Ascitico, a, adj. ascitic, ascitical. 
Asclepias or Asdipias, sm. 

{bot.) asclepias. 
Asco, sm. loathing. 
Ascorosidade, sf. ôlthiness. 
Ascoroso, a, adj. loathsome. 
Ascoso, a, a.dj. loathsome. 
Ascripticio, a, adj. obliged to 

inhabit and cultivate an estate 

or country. 
Ascriptivo, a, adj. supernume- 

rary. 
Ascripto, a, adj. enrolled. 
Ascua, sf. a burning coal. 
Ascunha, sf. {anc.) a weapon. 
A selha, sf. V. Azelha. 
Asellos, sm. pi. {astr.) two stars 

in Câncer. 
Aserrilbado, a, adj. that has 

sei^ilha. V. Serrilha. 
Aserção, sf. V. Asserção. 
Asestar, va. V. Assestar. 
Asevia, sf. dab, a sort of âsh. 
Ásia, sf. Ásia. 
Asianio, a, adj. Asian. 
Asiático, a, adj. and s. Asian, 

Asiatic, relatiug to Ásia. 
Asido, a, pp. adj. seized. 
Asilo, sm. V. Asylo. 
Asinha, adv. quickly, hastily. 
Asinino, a, aaj. asinine. 
Asir, va. to seize, to grasp. 



Asito, a, adj. situated, set. 
Asma or Asthma, sf. {med.) 

asthma. 
Asmático or Asthmatico, a, 

adj. asthmatic, asthmatical. 
Asmo, a, adj. unleavened ; {fig.) 

undigested. 
Asraodeu, sm. Asmodeus; {nat. 

hist.), asmodai (snake). 
Asna, sf. a she ass ; {carp.) a eros 3 

p ece of timber. 
Asnada, sf. a drove of asses. 
Asnal, adj. 2 g. {anc.) belonging 

to an ass ; silly, foolish. 
Asnalmente, adv. foolishly. 
Asnar, adj. 'ia. silly, foolish. 
Asnaria, sf. Tecto de —, a roof 

supportea wlth raftcra. 
Asnas, sf.pl. ^heral.") Wu^s^Vív-x-íi, 

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Asneira, sf. nonsense, folly, fool- 

ery. 
Asneirão, sm. booby, fool. 
Asneiro, a, adj. belonging to an 

ass. Cardo — , kind of herb. 
Asnidade, sf. simplicity, non- 

sense. 
Asno, sm, ass. — montez, a "wild 

ass ; ifig.) a clownish feílov. 
Asnoga. sf. V. Sijnagoga. 
Asoberbar, va. V. Assoberbar. 
A solas, adv. loc. [anc.) only, man 

to man. 
Aspa, sf. St. AndreVs cross. 
Aspalato, sm. {bot.) aspalath, 

rose-wood. 
Aspar, va. to tie, to nail one to 

St. Andrew^s cross; {fig.) to 

plagne. 
Aspargel, adj. 2 g. iintilled. 
Aspargo, sm. V. Espargo, 
Aspas, sf. pi. the wings or anus 

ofa wiud-mill. 
Aspectavel, adj. 2 g. visible. 
Aspecto, ,çm. aspect, look, appear- 

ance. 
Aspeito, sm. f^anc.) aspect; ifig.) 

respect, politeness. 
Asperamente, adv. harshly, se- 

verely. [ness. 

Aspereza, sf. roughness, harsh- 
Asperijes, sm. Capa de — , the 

vestments vhich the Roman ca- 

tholic priests wear in the so- 

lenin festivities of the church. 
Aspergido, a, pp. adj. sprinkled, 
Aspergimento, sm. aspersion. 
Aspergir, va. to sprinkle, to 

a5?perse. 
Aspergoute, sm. {bot.) asperugo. 
Asper idade, sf. asperity. 
Aspermasia, sf. deíiciency of 

seed. 

Áspero, a, adj. asperous, un- 
even; unpleasant, rough. —a 
artéria, the trachea. 
Aspors -o, sf. aspersion. 
Asperso, a, pp. adj. sprinkled. 
Afirpersorio, sm. aspersory, as- 
per^illum. [tuminous. 

■Asphaltico, SL, adj. asphaltic, bi- 
^sphaltOy sm. asphalte, asphal- 
tum. 

-^smhodelo, sm. {bot.) asphodel. 



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Asph3rxia, sf. asphixy. 

Asphyziado, a, pp. adj, in a 
State of asphixy. 

A8ph3rxiante, àdj. 2 g. that oc- 
casions asphixy. 

Asphyxiar, va. to occasion as- 
phixy, to suffocate. Aspkyxiar- 
se, vr. to die a voluntary death 
by suflfocation. 

Asphyxico, a, adj. concerning 
the asphixy. 

Aspiciente, adj. 2 g. that looks. 
Veias — s, temporal veins. 

Áspide, sm. aspic. 

AspUota, sf. {miner.) a precious 
stone. 

Aspiração, sf. aspiration. 

Aspirado, a, pp. adj. aspirated, 

Aj^iral, adj. V. SpiraL 

Aspirante, adj. 2 §/. that aspires 
after God. — , sm. a candidate, 
aspirant. — de marinha^ a mid- 
shipman. 

Aspirar, va. to aspirate. — , vn. 
to favour, to assist, to aspire to 
a thing, to aim at. 

Aspirativo, a, adj. {gram.) prO' 
nounced with full breath. 

Asqueado, a, pp. adj. nauseated. 

Asquear, va. to nauseate, to loath. 

Asquerosamente, adv. loathing- 
ly. [dirtiness. 

Asquerosidade , sf. nastiness. 

Asqueroso, a, jsp. adj. loathsome. 

Assa, sf. a gum. 

Assa-fetida, sf. assa-fnetida. 

Assaborado, a, pp. adj. relisitíd. 

Assaborar, va. to relis^í {fig.) 

to enjoy. . 

^Assacado, a, w- «».;• imputed 
slandercuí^y- [^«^r. 

Assaoador, sm. slanderer, impu- 

Assacar, va. to impute, to attri- 
bute, to accuse falsely. 

Assacios, sm. pi. {pharm.) medi- 
cines prepared by roasting them 
upon a hot tile. [ed. 

Assadeiro, a, adj. fit to be roast- 

Assado, a, pp. adi. roasted. — no 
(orno^ baked; {fig.) excoriated, 

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Assadura* sf. the act of roasting; 

the pluck of a beast. 
Assafrâo, sm. Y. Açafrão. 
Assalariado, a, pp. adj. salaríed. 
Assalariar, r>a. to pay, to aUofW 

a salary. 
Assalznonado, a, adj, as a sal- 

_mon. Truta — a, salmon-troat. 
Assaloiado, a, adj. peasant-like, 

rustic. 
Assaltada, sf. an assault. 
Assaltado, a, pp. adj. assaiúteâ. 

attacked. [sailant. 

Assai tador, sm. assaulter, as- 
Assaltante, adj. 2 g. assailant, 

assaulter. [to attack. 

Assaltar, va. to assail, to assault, 
Assalto, sm. assault, attack. 
Assalvajadamente,ac2v. sava^e- 

ly. * [like, rustic. 

Assalvajado, a, pp. adj. savage- 
Assalvajar-se, vr. to grow as a 

savage, brute. 
Assalveado, a, adj, [bot.) shaped 

as a salver. [roasting. 

Assamento, sm. the eifect of 
Assanhadaxueute, adv. furious- 

ly, madly. [angry ; soured. 

Assanhado, a, pp. adi. furious. 
Assanhamento, sm. the act and 

effect of souring. 
Assanhar, va. to enrage, to pro- 

voke ; to sour. 
Assanho, sm. rage, fury, anger. 
Assar, va. to roast. •— no forno, 

to bake ; ijig.) to inflame ; {sura.) 

Ví cauterize by fire. [ íherb). 
Assaxabacara, sf. assaraoacca. 
Assaria \»va, sf. a sort of grapes. 
A8sarilhaao,a, adj. {bot.) reeled. 
Assas, ado. enougb, sufficiently. 
Assassinado, a, pp. adj. assassi- 

nated. 
Assassinar, va. to assassinate. 
Assassinato, sm. assassination, 

murder. 
Ass&S3inio, sm. assassination. 
Assassino, sm. assassin. 
Assassino, a, adj. killing, mur- 

dering. [Sazonado. 

ABsazoado,a, adj. fit, apt. Y. 
fssazoar, va. V. Sazonar, 

^^azoe, 8. (boi) eàiopianherl) 



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Assazonar, «o. V. Sazonar, 
Aflseadamente , adv. cleuly, 

ueatlv. 
Asseado, a, pp, adj. neat, cl«ao. 
Assear cr Asseiar, va. to oeat, 

to clean ; (/ígr.) to adorn, to deck. 
Assedadeira, sf. a ilax-(lress«r. 
Assedado, a, pp. adj. hatcbellfrd. 
Assedador, sm. hatcheller, âax- 

dresser. 
Assedar, va. to hatchel. to comb. 
Assedenhado, a, adj. {surg.) tbat 

has a seton. 
Assediado, a, pp. a/JJ. besieget^ 
Assediador, *m. besieger. 
Assedio, sm. a siege. 
Assegiindar, va. (anc.) to repeat 

twice. [sarely. 

Assegoradamente, adv. surely, 
Assegurado, a, pp. adj. assured, 

iiisurred ; {fig.) quiet. 
Assegurador, sm. an insurer, he 

who assures. 
Assegurar, va. to assure, to in- 

sure ; to certify, to secure. 
Asseio, sm. cleanliness, neat- 

ness. [deceit, fraud. 

Asseitamento, sm. {anc.) snare, 
Asseitar, va. {anc.) to lay suares, 

to cheat. 
Asseitosamente, adv. treach- 

erously, falsely. 
Assellado, a, pp. adj. sealed; 

ifig.) approved, ratiíied. 
Assãllador, sm. sealor. 
Assellar, va. to seal, to set a 

seal ; {fig.) to approve, to ratify. 
Assem, sm. part of the surloin of 

heef. [ing. 

Assemhléa, sf. assembly, meet- 
Assemelhar, va. Y. Asswúlhar 

and derivated. 
Assenhoreado, a, pp. adj. do- 

miuated, governed. 
Assenhoreante, adj, 2 g. domi- 

neering, that governs. 
Assenhorear, va. to lord, to con- 

quer. — , vn. to dominate. Asse- 

nhorear-se ., vr. to laaJÈA wiá^ 

se\í ma&Xex ot. 
AsBono, sm. N . A.ceuo. 
Asaenona, «t- VP^^^ ^^^^^- . 
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inquiry of witnesses. De uma — , 
ali at once. [steadily. 

Assentadamente, adv. firmly, 

Assentado, a, pp. adj, seated, 
sitten , set , placed ; settled, 
agreed. 

Assentamento, sm. the act of 
sitting down ; a pension. 

Assentar, va. to piace, to settle, 
to set down; to think, to be- 
lieve, to resolve, to decide on. 
— , vn. to rest, to settle, to sub- 
side, to become sober. — ôewi, 
to íit, to suit. Assentar-se^ vr. to 
sit down, to rest; to pitch a 
camp. 

Assente, adj. 2 g. setting, quiet, 
firm. Um rapas — , a steadv 
young man. [agreed. 

Assentido, a, pp. adj. assented^ 

Assentimento, sm. assent, agree- 
ment, consent. 

Assentir, vn. to assent, to agree, 
to consent. 

Assentista, sm. one that keeps 
a register ; a receiver ; a con- 
tractor, a victualler of the army. 

Assento, sm. chair, seat; resolu- 
tion ; statute ; decree ; support ; 
bottora; abode; a note, memo- 
randura, record; decision of a 
court of law; the clearing of 
liquids by sediment; serenity. 
Homem ae — , a sober, tempe- 
rate man. [venientiy. 

Asseosamente, adv. aptly, con- 

Asseoso, a, adj. apt, ât. 

Asserção, sf. assertion, affir- 
mation. 

Asserenado, a, pp. adj. exposed 
ali night at the dew. 

Asserenar, va. to exposa ali 
night at the dew; to calm, to 
render serene; to clear up, to 
grow fair. 

Asserrilhado, a, pp. adj. with 
points or teeth as a saw. 

Asserrilhar, va. to furnish with 
points or teeth as a saw. 

Assertivamente , adv. asser- 
tively, boldly. [sitive. 

Assertivo, a, adj. assertive, po- 

Asserto, a, adj. asserted, af- 

Hrmed. 



Assertor, sm. an assertor. 
Assertoriamente, adv. afârma- 

tively. [sertory. 

Assertorio, a, adj. (m lavo) as- 
Assessor,a, sm. or f. an assessor. 
Assessoria, sf. the ofíice, the ad- 

ministration of an assessor. 
Assessorial, adj. 2 g. pertaining 

to the assessor. 
Assessorio, a, adj. pertaining to 

the assessor. 
Assestado, a, pp. adj. mounted 

(a cannon) ; {fig.) aimed. 
Assestar, va. to mount ot plant 

artillery, to place guns in a 

battery; [fig.) to aim. 
Assesto, sm. {artil.) mounting of 

apiece; {fig.) aim. [pressed. 
Assetinado, a, pp. adj satin ; hot- 
Assetinar, va. satin ; to hot-press. 
Assetteado, a, pp. adj. pierced 

with arrows. 
Assetteador, sm. he who shoots 

with a bow- [rows. 

Assettear, va. to pierce with ar- 
Asseveração, sf. asseveration. 
Asseveradamente , adv. affir- 

matively. [verated. 

Asseverado, a, pp. adj. asse- 
Asseverador, sm. or /. he who 

assevers. [severs. 

Asseverante, adj 2 g. that as- 
Asse^^erar, va. to assever, to 

affirm. [tive. 

Asseverativo, a, adj afhrma- 
Assi, adv. V, Assim. 
Assiduamente, adv. assiduoiif ly, 

continually. ftaality. 

Assiduidade, sf. assidaíty, pune- 
Assiduo, a, adj «asiduous, dili- 

gent. [pointment. 

Assignação, sf assignation ; ap- 
Assignado, a, pp. adj. signed, 

subscribed. 
Assignador, sm. subscriber. 
Assignadura, sf. signnture. 
Assignaladamente, adv. reraar 

kably. 
Assignalado, a, pp adj. agreed 

upon, appointed, noted; illus- 

trious. 
Assignalador, sm. he who marks. 
Assignalamento^ sm. the act of 

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Assinalar, va. to mark, to pre- 

scnbe. Assignálar-se ^ vr. to 

sigDalize one's self, to become 

famous. 
Aasignamento, sm, {anc) signa- 

ture, sign, mark. 
Assignante, sm. subscriber. 
Assignar, va. to sign, to assign; 

to make a settlement ; to ap- 

point ; to subscr?be. Assignarse^ 

vr. to subscnbe or set one's 

narae. 
Assignatura, sf. signature. 
Assignavel, adj. 2 g. assignable, 

that may be assigned. 
Assixu. ado. so, thus. — como^ as 

well as. — como assim, after ali. 

— na paz como na guerra, both 

in jpeace and war. Para — dizer, 

as it were. 
Assimilação, sf assimilation. 
Assimilado, a, pp. adj. assimi- 

lated, compared. 
Assimilar, va. to assimilate. 
Assimilhado, pp. adj. compared. 
Assimilliar, va. to compare, to 

liken, — vti. to resemble, to be 

like, to imitate, Assimilhar-se, 

vr. to be like. 
Assimulação, sf. {rhet.) assimu- 

lation. V Apparenaa. 
Assinte, sm Y. Acinte. 
Assisadamente, adv. prudently, 

judiciously. Jprudent. 

Assisado, a, adj. made judicious. 
Assisar, va. to make prudent. 
Assistência, sf. presence; assi- 

duity, assistance, aid ; {med.) the 

woraen courses. 
Assistente, adj. and s. that as- 

sists,thatlxelps,assistant; {eccl.) 

adjutor. 
AssíÍErtido, a, pp. adj. assisted, 

aided. Mulher — a, a wornan in 

her courses. 
Assistir, va. to assist, to help ; to 

attend. — vn. to be present, to 

dwell or reside in a place. 
Assoado, a, pp. adj. wiped. 




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Assoalhamento, sm. the act of 

publishing any thing. 
Assoalhar, va. to dry or expose 

in the sun ; {Carp.) to floor, to 

plank ; {/ig.) to publish, to di- 
vulgo, [nant. 
Assoante, adj. 2 g. {poet.) asso- 
Assoar, va. to wipe, to blow the 

nose. 
Assobarcar, va to put some- 

thing under one's arm. 
Assoberbado, a, pp. adj. that 

was treated proudly. 
Assoberbador, sm. one who is 

proud, haughty. 
Assoberbar, va. to insult, to use 

proudly. Assoberbar-se, vr. to bo 

haughty, proud. 
Assobiaoa, sf. hiss, railing. 
Assobiadeira, sf {nat. histT) whis- 

tling-bird. [hissed. 

Assobiado, a, pp. adj. whistled , 
Assobiador, sm. -whístler, hisser. 
Assobiar, va. to whistle, to hiss; 

to whiz. — ás botas, to run away. 
Assobio, sm. a -whistle , hissina* 

(of serpents, etc ) ; -whizzing (of 

wind) 
Assobradado, a.,pp. adj. floored . 
Assobradar, va. to âoor 
Assocegar, va. {anc.) V> Soce- 

gar. [nership, society. 

Associação, sf. association, part- 
Associadamente, adv, in part- 

nership, in society. 
Associado, a, pp. adj. associated. 

— sm. partner, copartner. 
Associar, va. to associate. Asso- 

ciar-se, vr. and — vn. to asso- 
ciate, to join, to go in corapany, 

to get into partnershijp. 
Assognilhar, va. to trim -with a 

lace called Soguilha. 
Assolação, sf. wasting, devasta- 

tion, destroying. 
Assolado, a, pp. adj. ravaged, 

destroyed, wasted. 
Assolador, a, sm. or f. one that 

wastes, destroys, — adj. l\v«^. 

waates. 
AasolamAXilo^ sm. -^^'aMvsi^- 
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Assoldadar, va, to wage. to p«j. 

Assoldadar-se^ vr, to serve for 

vages. 
Assolhado, a, pp. adj. floored. 
Assolhar, va. to floor a room. 
Assolver, va. V. Absolver. 
Assomada, sf. an high hill or 

"watch-tower. [suddenly. 

Assoxnadamente, adv. iointly; 
Assomado, a, pp. adj. rasn, head- 

strong. 
Assomamento, sm. a joining or 

meeting together. 
Assomar, vn. to appear, to look 

out. — va. to sum, to gather, to 

recapitulate. Assomar-se^ vr. to 

appear, to peep out; (anc.) to 

be angry. [feariull. 

Assombradiço, a, adj. that is 
Assombrado, a, pp. adj. asto- 

nished, frighted- [ror. 

Assombramíento, sm. fear, ter- 
Assomíbrar, va. to fright, to as- 

tonish, to move admiration ; 

[pai7it.) to shadow a picture. 

Assombrar-se^ vr.to be aflfrighted. 
Assombrear, va. to shadow a 

picture. [admiration. 

Assombro, sm. fright; surprize, 
Assombrosamente, adv. -von- 

derfully. 
Assombroso, a, adj. terriôc ; ad- 

mirable, vronderful 
Assomo, sm. the act of coming 

in sight V. Apparencia. 
Assonancia, sf. assonance^ 
Assonjo, sm. (anc.) cataract or 

great fali of water. 
Assoprado, a, pp. adj. blown; 

ifig?) mspired, suggested. 
Assopradura, sf. breath. 
Assopramento, sm. blowing. 
Assoprar, va. toblow ; to breathe; 

ifig-) to puff m>. 
Assopro, sm. breath; blowing, 

puff, blast. [prey 

Assorenha, sf, a kind of bird of 
Ab sós, adv. toe. ali alone, only. 
Assocegar, va. V. Socegar and 

derivated. 
Assovelado, a, pp. adj. prickéd 
wítJi a cobler^s awl. 

'^?7^/^"'' ^^- to prlck with a 
^bler'a awJ; Çfig,) to vex. 



Assovinado, a, j^p. aãj. pricked, 

stinged ; (/í^.) vexed. 
Assovinar, va. toprick, to sting, 

{fig.) to vex. [uproar. 

Assuada, sf. a mischievous gang, 
Assuar, va. to join by bands in a 

mischievous gang. 
Assacar, sm. sugar. [sT^eet. 

Assucarado, a, pp. adj. sugared, 
Assacarar, va. to sugar; (/fp.) 

to mitigate. 
Assucareiro, sm. sugar-box. 
Assueto, a, adj. {<mc ) accustom- 

ed. V. Acostumado. 
Assumacprado, a, pp adj min- 

gled -with sumach. 
Afisnmagrar, va to minglewith 

sumach. 
Assumido, a, pp. adj, assumed. 
Assumir, va. to assume, to tako , 
Assumpção, sf. assumption 
Assumptivel, adj. 2 g assump- 

tive. 
Assum|)tivo, a, adj. {in law) as- 

sumptive, extrinsicai. 
Assumpto, a, adj assumed, ar- 

rogated. 
Assumpto, sm. the subject of a 

discourse, of a comedy. 
Assunar-se, vr. to be joined by 

bands with uproar, 
Assuperiorar-se , vr. (anc.) to 

make one's self superior. 
Assustado, a, pp. adj. frightened, 

terrified. 
Assustador, ora, adj. and s. 

frightful, fearful 
Assustar, ua. to fright, to terrífy, 

to alarm. Assustar-se^ vr, to 

grovr timorous. 
Assutilar, vn. (aftc.) to discourse, 
Assyria, sf. Assyria, Syria. 
Assyrrisno, &, adj. ^and s. Assy- 

rian. 
Assyrio, a, adj. and 5. Assyriai:, 

belonging to Assyria 
Asta, sf. V. Jffasta, Hastear, etc. 
Astella, sf. (surg.) splint, bolste:-. 
Astereometro, sm. [astron.) au 

instrument for calculating the 

lismg aud settmg of the stars. 
Astexia^ sf. Vif^in.^i a.9.\.^Y^«k- 
AsterVBOO^ sm. ívs\.eT\^\s.. 

Astexismo^ sm, í^cistron.'^ Ba\«t\sai. 



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Astemal, adj. 2 g. that is sepa- 

rated of the stemum. 
Asterite, sf. asterites. 
Asthenia, sf. {med.) ^eakness. 
Asthenico, a, ac^j.asthenic, weak. 
Astilha, sf. a long splint or chip 

of wood. 
Astragalo, sm. {arch ) aatragal. 
Astral, adj. ? g. {astron ) astral. 
Astrança, sf. ipot.) the herh mas- 

ter-wort. [triferous. 

Astreo, a, odj. (poet.) starry, as- 
Astres, sm pi. gooa luck; for- 

tune. 
Astrifero, a, adj. astriferous. 
Astrifico, a, adj. that makes 

appear stars. 
Astrioto, sm, a precious stone. 
Astro, sm. constellation , atar, 

planet. [star. 

Astrocinos, sm. {astron.) the dog- 
Astrolábio, sm astrolabe. 
Astrologia, sf. astroloçy. 
Astrologicamentes aav* ostro- 

logicaily. 
Astrológico, a, adj. astrological. 
Astrólogo, &m. astrologer. 
Astronomia, sf. astronomy. 
Astronomicamente, adv, astro- 

nomically. 
Astronoxaico, a, adj. astrono- 

mical, astronomic. 
Astrónomo, sm. astronomer> 
Astrosia, sf. (ane. ) naughtiness 
Astroso, a, aaj. unlucky, unfor- 

tunate. 
Astúcia, sf. subtility, craft. 
Astuciado, a, adj, dodged, 

shifted. 
Astuciar, vn. to shift, to double. 
Astuciosamente, adv, saga- 

ciously. [pert. 

Astucioso, a, adj. sagacious, ex- 
Astur, sm avultur,abirdofprey. 
Asturiano, a, adj. and 5. Asturian, 

belonging to Astúrias 
Astutamente, adv. cunningly, 

diligcntly, expertly 
Astuto, a, adj. subUe, cunning, 

sagacious. 
A gylo , sm. an asylanu 
^^yatptota, sf. and adj, asymp- 

^**' fasymptotical. 

a^ adj. {math.) 



AsyndetOB, tm. (oramm.) asyn- 

deton. [oured; snufTy. 

Atabaoado, a, adj. snuff-coi- 
Atabafado, a, adj. tvcU covered ; 

hushed up, concealed. 
Atabafador, sm. he 'who sup- 

presses any ruiuour. 
Atabafar, va. to cover ; to sup- 

press; toput a stop to a report. 
Atabale, sm. atabal; a kettle- 

dram. 
Atabaleiro, sm. kettle-dnimmcr. 
Atabalboadamente, adv. disor- 

derly, confusedly. 
Atabalhoado, a, pp. adj. con- 

fused; (fig.) rash, temerarious. 
Atabalboar, va to do thÍD;.'.s 

confusedly. 
Atabão, sm. V. Taiulo. 
Atabacnie, sm. a kind of Indlan 

drum. 
Atabucado, a, pp adj. enter- 

tained, amused. 
Atabucar, va to cntertain, to 

amuse. 
Ataca, sf. lace ; ribbon ; a taggod 

point. 
Atacado, a, pp. adj. attacked; 

laced, as 'womon's stays, fas- 

tened. Vender por — , to sell by 

the whole. 
Atacador, sm. lace ; stay-laco. 
Atacar, va. to attack, to invest , 

to lace, to fasten. 
Atacoado, a,//), adj. heel-pieced, 

mended. 
Atado, a, pp. adj. tiod ; (Jig) per- 

plexed, aiULward. 
Atador, sm. he who tios. 
Atadura, sf. a tie, a band, a ban- 

dage. 
Atsifal, sm. a crupper. 
Atafera, sf. a list or selvago 

made of mat-weed. 
Atafona, sf. an ass or horso-mill. 
Atafoneiro, a, sm. or /. a millor 

of a horse or ass-inill. 
Atafulhado, a, pp. adj. crammed, 

stuffed. 
Atafulhar, va. to ç.t«KvTív Ao» %x>síS. . 
Atagu.enxãx^ wi. «^^^ Ci«t\Ní>\.«i^- 
1 Y. AtemonxaT. , ^ ,^- , 

lAtaSmado, oi. adj. Ví^txj^>k ^^"^ 



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Atalaia, sf. a watch-tower, sen- 

tinel ; a sort of boat. 
Atalaiado, a, jip. adj.. watched, 

cautious. 
Atalaiador, sm. he who watchs. 
Atadaiar, va. to stand sentinel, 

upon a high place, to observe . 

Atalaiar-se, vr. to be cautious. 
Atalliada, sf. a plece of land 

which has been ^rubbed up 

round a grove of pme-trees. 
Atalhado, SL.pp. adj. interrupted, 

disturbed. 
Atalhador, sm. explorator ; (Jig.) 

adj. that abridges. 
Ataihamento, sm. the act of 

shutting up. 
Atalhar, va. to shut up, to stop 

the passage, to interrupt. Ata- 

Ikar-se, vr. to be perplexed, ir- 

resolute. [ment. 

Atalhe, sm. corapendium, abridg- 
Atalho, sm. a by-path. 
Atamado, a, adj. by the -whole. 
Atamancado, a, pp. adj. mended, 

patched. 
Atamancar, va.to mend, to patch. 
Atamarado, a, adj. of a reddish 

colour. 
Ataxnento, sm. {anc.) the act of 

tying; bandage; {fig.] timidity, 
Atanado, a, pp. adj. tanned. 

Couro — , tanned leather. 
Atanar, va. to tan, to dress with 

tan. 
Atanario, a, adj. that has not 

changed its feathers the prece- 

ding year íbird of prey). 
Atanasia, sf". {bot.) the herb tansy. 
Atanazar, va. to pinch. Y. Ate- 

nazar and derivated. 
Atangimento, sm. {anc.) the act 

of touching. 
A tanto, adv. loc. so, so much. 
Ataque , sm. attack , assault ; 

{med.) attack, fit. 
Atar, va. to tie, to bind, to fasten ; 

{fig.) to subdue, to compel. 
Atarantado, a, pp. adj. per- 

plexed, confused. 
Atarantar, va. to perplex, to 

confuse. Atarantarse^ vr. to be 
confused. 
-Ataraxia, sf. (phiios,) ataraiLy. 



Atarefado, a, pp. adj. tasked. 
Atarefar, va. to task, to charge 

one with the performance of a 

task. [natural. 

Atar cucado, a, adj afifected, nn- 
Atarracado, a, pp. adj. tied or 

bound fast. 
Atarracador, sm, he who binds 

fast. 
Atarracar, va. to tie or bind fast ; 

{fig.) to afflict one. 
Atarrachado, a, pp» adj. fast- 

ened with a screw. 
Atarrachar, va. to screw. 
Atarrafado, a, adj. wrapped up 

in a casting net, 
Atascadeiro, sm. a puddle, a dirty 

plash. [in the dirt. 

Atascado, a, pp.adj. mired, put 
Atascar-se, vr. to stick iu the 

mire. [pieces. 

Atassalhado, a, pp. adj. rent in 
Atassalhador, sm. one who tears 

in pieces. 
Atassalhadura, sf. the act of 

tearing any thing. 
Atassalhar, va. to tear or rend 

in pieces; {poet.) to vex. 
Ataúde, sm. coffin. 
Atauxiado, a, adj. damasked. 
Atauxiar, va. to damask. 
Atavanado, a, adj. Cavallo — , a 

flea-bitten horse. [tavern. 

Atavemadamente, adv. as in a 
Atavemado, a, pp.-^adj. sold in a 

tavern. 
Atavemar, va. to sell in a tavern . 
Ataviadamente, adv. with ornar 

ments, fineries. [trinuned. 

Ataviado, a, pp. adj. adomed, 
Ataviador, sm. he who adorns or 

attires. [spruceness. 

Ataviamento, sm smugness. 
Ataviar, va. to smug, to trim. 
Atavio, sm. smugness, spruce- 
ness. 
Atavonado, a, adj. that is like 

the gadfly. 
Até,prep.tiil, even, as faras,from. 

— onde? how far? — guando^ 

how long, till when ? — gue, until. 
Ateado, a. çp. a^j- vaaasfta^^ 



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Atear, va. to kindle, Atear-se, vr. 
to take fire. [tude. 

Atechnia, sf. incapacity, inapti- 

Atediado, a, pp. aaj, tired, wea- 
ried. 

Atediar, va. to tire, toweary. 

Atégora, adv. till nov, hitherto. 

Ateigado, a, vp. adj. full fed. 

Ateigar, va. (anc.) to measure by 
a teig^» [obstinately. 

Ateimado, a, pp. adj. insisted 

Ateimar, vn. and va. to maintain 
a thing obstinately, to insist. 

Atemorisadamente , adv. af- 
frightedly. [ed, alarmed. 

Atem,orisado, a, pp. adj. affrigbt- 

Atemorisador, sm. and adj. be 
"who frightens. 

Atemorisamento , sm. fright, 
sudden fear. [alarm. 

Atemorisar, va. to aíTii^^ht, to 

Atempação, sf. (m law) the time 
given for an açpeal to the supe- 
rior judge ; adjournment. 

Atempadamente, adv. with ad- 
journment for a prefixed time. 

Atempar, va. {in law) to give 
time for appeal to the superior 
judge. Atempar-se, vr. to be ap- 
pointed for a prefixed time. 

A tempo, adv. loc. opportunely, 
in time. 

Atenazado, a, pp. adj. pinched 
with red hot pinchers; {fig.) 
tormented. 

Atenazar, va. to pinch with red 
hot pinchers; to torment. 

Atenças, sf. pi. {anc.) a thing in 
which we trust. 

Atequi, adv. hitherto. 

Aterecer, vn. {anc.) to grow stiff 
with cold. 

Atericiado, a, pp. adj. icterical. 

Atericiar, va. to cause the yellow 
jaundice. 

Atermado, a, pp. adj. {anc.) ap- 
pointed. — aaj. extreme ; con- 
tent. [to prefix. 

Atenuar, va. {anc.^j to appoint. 

Aterrado, a, pp. adj. terrined, af- 

írighted ; thrown on the ground. 

Atemunento, sm. alarm, sudden 
feãr. 

Atarrar, va, toterrífy, to fright; 



to throw down ; (a sea term) to 

take land. 
Aterro, sm. the act of fílling up 

a ditch, pit, etc, with ground. 
Ater-se, vr. to keep, to stand, to 

stick to a thing. 
Atesado, a, pp. adj. bent, stiff. 
Atesar, va. to stretch ; to bend (a 

bow). 
Atestar, va. to fill up. 
Atheismo, sm. atheism. 
Atheista, sm. atheist. 
Atheisticamente, adv. atheisti- 

caUv. [atheistic. 

Atheistico, a, adj. atheistical, 
Athenas, sf. Athens. 
Atheneu, sm. Athenaeum. 
Atheniense, adj. ands. Athenian, 

belonging to Athens. 
Atherino, sm. {nat. hist.) atherine. 
Athermasia, sf. a morbifícal heat. 
Atheroma, sf. {med.) atheroma. 
Athesourar, va. y . Énthesourar. 
Atheu, sm. atheist. 
Athleta, sm. athlete, wrestler. 
Athletioo, a, adj. athletic, vigor- 

ous. [dijfferent. 

Atibiado, a, pp. adj. cooled, in- 
Atibiar, va. to cool, to make cool. 
Atiçado, a, pp. adj. poked,raked; 

snuffed (the candle); (fig.) in- 

cited. 
Atiçador, a, adj. that pokes or 

rakes ; (fig.) that incites. — sm. 

poker; snuffers. 
Atiçar, va. to stir the fire, to 

poke, to rake. — a vela^ to snuff 

the candle ; {fig.) to inflame per- 

sons in a quarrel. 
Atiçoado, a, pp. adj burnt with 

a firebrand. [brands. 

Atiçoar, va. to bum with fire- 
Atido, a, pp. adj. trusted upon. 
Atigrado, a, adj. spottea as a 

tiger's skin. [spiritually. 

Atiladamente, adv. perfectlv. 
Atilado, a, pp. adj. fine, adornea ; 

{fig.) witty, acute. 
Atilamento, sm. the act of per- 

fectionating. 
Atilar, «a. Xo ^«tlekC>:\atv»X^\ ^s^ 

I adoTU. 



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Atlxuar, va. to fiaish, to con- 

clude ; to undertake. 
Atinadamente, adv. right, well. 
Atinado, a, pp. adj. guessed 

right; witty, subtile. 
Atinar, va. cr wn. to guess right ; 

to ând ; to remember. 
Atino, sm. {anc.) reason, wisdora. 
Atirado, a, pp. adj. cast, shot, 

thrown. 
Atirador, a, adj. that draws, 

shoots or casts. — sm, {mil.) 

rifleman, sharp-shooter. 
Atirar, va. to shoot, to cast, to 

throw. — uma cousa á cara de 

alguém, {fig ) to throw a thing 

in one's teeth. Atirar-se^ vr. 

to âap, to play its wings with 

noise (a bira). 
Atitar, va. to pip, to chirp. 
Atito, sm. the piping or chirçing 

of birds. [a title. 

Atitular, va. to entitle, to give 
Atlante, sm. {arch.) atlante^ statue 

employed as a column ; {fig.) pro- 
tector, defender. [çantic. 
Atlântico, a, adj. atlantic, gi- 
Atlantides, sf. pL atlantides or 

plêiades. 
Atlas, sm. atlas; {anat.) atlas. 
Atmidiatrica, sf. {med.) the ap- 

plication of vapour forhealing. 
Atmidometro, sm. {med.) a ves- 

sel for evaporating the water. 
Atmometro, sm. atmometer. 
Atmosphera, sf. atmospher«. 
Atmospherico, a, adj. atmo- 

sphenc. 
A toa, adv. loc, {a sea term) in 

tow; {fig.) inconsiderately, at 

random. 
Atoado, a, pp. adj. towed. 
Atoagem, sf. {at sea) towage, 

towing. 
Atoalhado, a, adj. that is fit for 

table-clothes. 
Atoar, va. {a sea term) to tow, to 

drag a ship. Atoar-se, vr. to be 

bina with a tow-rope. 
Atoardas, sf.pl. reports,rmnours. 
Atochado, a, pp. adj. fastened. 
Atochador, sm. fastener. [fast. 
Atochar, va. to fasten or máke 
jAtqohOt *m. & -wedge. 



Atoladamente, adn, dirtily. 
Atolado, a, pp. adj. stuck in the 

mire, bemired. 
Atolar-se, vr. to stick in the mire, 

to get dirty. 
Atoladiço, a, adj. murrj, miry. 
Atoleimado, a, pp. adj. that is 

silly, blockhead. 
Atoleimar-se, vr. to grow silly. 
Atoleiro, sm: a marshy place; 

{fig.) an obstruction. 
Atombado^ pp. adj. thrown. 
Atombar, va. to throw down. 
Atomismo, sm. atomism. 
Atomista, sm. atomist. [mical. 
Atomistico, a, adj. atomic, ato- 
Atomo, sm. atom, corpuscle. 
Atonia, sf. atonv, debility. 
Atonico, a, adj. (med.) debilitated. 
Atontado, a, pp. adj. doting, 

stupid. [stapia. 

Atontar, va. to stupefjr, to make 
Atorado, a, pp. adj. made orcut 

in pieces of wood. 
Atorar, va. to cut in pieces of 

wood. [like. 

Atorçalado, a, pp. adj. twisted- 
Atorçalador, sm. {anc.) he who 

twists silk. 
Atorçalar, va, to twist silk. 
Atorooado, a, pp. adj. that is not 

well ground. [fectly. 

Atorçoar, va. to grind imper- 
Atordoadamente, adv. inconsi- 
derately. [giddy. 
Atordoado, a, pp. adj. stunned. 
Atordoamento, sm. the act of 

stunning. 
Atordoar, va. to stun, to deafen, 

to make giddy. 
Atormentado, a. pp. adj. tor* 

mented, tortured. 
Atormentador, a, adj. and s, 

torturer, one who torments. 
Atormentar, va, to torment, to 

torture ; ijig^ to vex- 
Atormentativo, a, adj, tor- 

menting. 
A torto, adv. loc. {anc.) wrong^ 

fully. [having a coif, 

Atoncado, a, adj. [anc.) coif like, 
I AioxLClxúxaÂQ^a^adj.laxdaceoTis, 
\ fat. \N . En-oeneTWW. 



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Atrabalhado, a, pp. adj. full of 

troubles. [to trouble. 

Atrabalhar, va. {anc.) to work, 
Atrabiliário, a, adj. atrabilarian, 

atrabilarious. 
Atrabilioso, a, adj. atrabilarious, 

atrabilarian. 
AtrablllB, sf. {med.) atrabilis, 

black choler. 
Atracação, sf. {a sea term) an- 

choriug ; the act of grapplmg a 

ship. 
Atracador, sm. {a sea temi) a 

cable for moormg; he \rho 

grapples. [pling* 

Atracadura, sf. the act of grap- 
Atracar, va. {a sea terrr^ to 

grapple. [bustLing. 

Atrafegar-se, vr. to be in a 
Atraiçoadamente, adv. treach- 

eroosly. 
Atraiçoado, a, pp. adj. betrayedj 

treacherous, unfaithful. 
Atraiçoar, va. to betray, to be 

false. 
Alxaxuar, va. V. Tramar. 
Atrancar, va. to bar. — a casa, 

to encamber a house with fur- 

nitare; {fort.) to cross a pali- 

sade. [woven. 

Atraxnado, a, adj. that is ill 
Atrapalhação, sf. disorder, con- 

fusion, bnngling. 
Atrapalhado, a, pp. adj. bungled , 

confoanded. 
Atrapalhador, sm. bungler. 
Atrapalhar, va. to bungle, to 

confound ; to dress with rags. 
Atrato, a, adj. dressed in black 

moorning. 
Atravancado, a, j^. adj. incum- 

bered, obstructed. 
Atravancar, va. to iucumber, to 

obstruct. 
Atravessadiço, a, adj. irksorae. 
Atravessado, a, pp. adj. iaid 

across, crossed, stuck throngh. 
Atravessador , a, adj. and s. 

monopolist. 
Atravessadooro, sm, a cross- 

▼ay, a by-road. 
Atravessamento, sm, the act 

Bnd effect o/cpossing, 

' va, to cross, toroB 






through, to pass over ; {fig.) to 

vex, to oppose. — as velas, to 

flat in the sails. [after. 

Atraz, adv. and prep. behind, 
Atrazado, a, pp. adj. retarded; 

that is behind nand cr indebted ; 

slow, backward. Atrazados, sm. 

pi. arrears; {gram.) rules. 
Atrazador, sm. hinderer, retar- • 

der. [hinderinç. 

Atrazamento, sm. retarding ur 
Atrazar, va. to retard, to hinder. 

Atrazar-se^ vr. to stay behind, 

to go àíow. (Iiardment, 

Atrazo, sm. backwardness, re- 
A trechos, adv. loc. by spaces, 

interruptedly. 
AtredLar, va. {anc.) to accustom, 

to inure. 
Atreguado, a, pp. adj. that is in 

truce with the eneiny. 
Atreguar, va. to make a truce 

with the enemy. 
Atreiçoar, va. V. Atraiçoar and 

derivated. * [ject. 

Atreito, a, adj. accustomed, sub- 
Atrellado, a, pp. adj. carried 

awav by a leash. 
Atrellar, va. to carry b^ a leash. 
Atremar, va. to ffuess rií^ht. 
Atrenado, a, aJj. {anc.) three« 

fold. 
Atrever-se, vr. to dare, to ad- 

venture, to be saucy. 
Atrevidaço, a, adj. very bold. 
Atrevidamente , adv. boldly, 

daringly. 
Atrevido, a, pp. adj. bold, daring, 

fearless; inconsiderate, impu- 

dent, insolent. 
Atrevimento, sm boldness, da> 

ingneas; irapudence. 
Atribulação, sf. tribulation. 
Atribuladamente, adv. afilie- 

tively, with tribulation. 
Atribulado, Oijpp. adj. afSicted, 

distressed. [flicts. 

Atribulador, a, adj. that af- 
Atribular, va. to trouble, to af- 

flict, to disquiet. — vn. to be 

troubleaoma. \^ss»a. 

AtxlcVa, sf . V!n^ed^ ^^W^e^^v^^J. 



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Atrigar-se, vr, to lofike haste ; to 

grow pale. 
Átrio, sm. court-yard, vestibtde. 
Atro, a, adj. (poet.) black, dark; 

(fig.) sad, raourniul. 
Atroada, sf. a great noise. 
Atroado, a, pp. adj. stunned with 

thunder cr noise. 
Atroador, a, svi. or /. and adj. 

fhnndering; troubler; the person 

who thunders. 
Atroamento, sm. disease in a 

horse's hoof. 
Atroar, vn. to thunder, to stun, 

to make a great noise. 
Atrocidade, sf. cruelty, lier- 

ceness. [shaped. 

Atrombetado, a, adj. tnimpet- 
Atropar, va. {anc.) to assemble, 

to levy soldiers. 
Atropelladaxuente, adv. con- 

fusedly. [fused. 

Atropellado, a, pp. adj. con- 
Atropellamento, sm. the act of 

treading under foot. 
Atropellar, va. to tread under 

foot ; to oppress. 
Atrophia, sf. (med.) atrophy. 
Atrophiado, a, pp. adj. wasted, 

-.withered. . j 

Atrophiar, va. to waste, to 

wither, to occasion atrophy. 

Atrophiar-se, vr. to fali into a 

State of atrophy. 
Atrophico, a, adj. {med.) wasted, 

"withered. 
Atropos, srn. American reptile ; 

(fig.) death. [cruel. 

Atroz, adj.2g. atrocious,heinous, 
Atrozmente , adv. atrociously, 

heinously. 
Atrutado, a, adj. speckled, 

spotted like a trout. 
Attalico, a, adj. {poet.) sump- 

tuous, excellent. [gated. 

Attemperado, a, pp. adj. miti- 
Attemperante, adj. 2 g. miti- 

gating. 
Attemperar, va. (med.) to miti- 

gate. 

Attenção, sf. attention, respect. 

A.ttencio30j a, adj. attentive, 

kind ; polite. [pectating. 

-Attenda, sf. expectation, ex- 



Attender, va. to consider, to at- 

tend. 
Attendido, a, pp. adj. attended, 

considered. 
Attentadaxnente, adv. carefully, 

visely. 
Attentado, a, pp. adj. cautious, 

"wise. — 5771. atterapt, attack. 
Attentaxnente, adv. attentively. 
Attentar, va. to consider, to 

mind, to provido; {in law) to 

innovate any thing in a law 

suit. 
Attentatorio, a, adj. {in law) 

unlawful, outrageous. 
Attentivaxnente, adv. attentive- 
ly, carefully. [fui. 
Attento, a, adj. attentive, care- 
Attenuação , sf. attenuation , 

wasting. 
Attenuado, a, pp. adj. attenuat- 

ed, wasted, spent. 
Attenuante, adj. 2 g. attenuant, 

attenuating. 
Attenuar^ va. to attenuate, to 

make thin, to weaken. 
Attestação, sf. attestation, certi- 

acate. [testiâed. 



Attestado, a, pp. adj. attested, 
Attestanf 

testing. 



a, pp, 
, adj. 



2 g. and s. at- 



Atteettar, va. to attest, to certify, 

to testify. 
Atticlsxno, sm. atticism. 
Attico, a, adj. attic ; elegant. 
Attlcurgo, a, adj. attic. Atticurga 

ordem^ the attic order. 
Attlnente, adj. i g. concerning, 

pertaining. 
Attingido, a, pp. adj, attained, 

toucned lightly. 
Attlngir, va. to attain,to reach; 

(fig.) to obtain, to comprehend. 
Attingivel, adj. attamable ; {fig.) 

comprehensible. 
Attitude, sf. attitude, posture. 
Attonitamente, adv. astonish^ 

ingl;^. [prized. 

Attonito, a, adj. astonished, sur- 
Attracção, sf. attraction, attract- 

ing. [tionist. 

Attr accionar lo ^ a, adj. attrac- 
Attractiva^ sf. (^anc.^ aXVcwáCvcsvi. 
AltractWo, ai, adj. »«x«tóòN«u 



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Attracto, a, c^j. shnink, con- 

tracted. — sm. attraction. 
Attrahente, adj. 2. g. attractinf , 

attractive. [allured. 

Attrahldo, a, pp. adj. attracted, 
Attrahir, va. to attract ; {fig.) to 

allure, to invite. 
Attraotivo, a, adj. attractive; 

alluring. [tribute. 

Attj:'ibiiição, sf. attribution, at- 
Attj:'ibaido, a, pp. adj. attributed, 

imputed. [butes. 

Attribuidor, sm. he -who attri- 
Attribuir, va. to attribate, to 

impute. Attribuir-sef vr. to as- 
sume, [table. 
Attribuivel, adj. 2 ^. attribu- 
Attrlbutado, a,pp. adj. subdued, 

made tributary. 
Attributador, a, sm. or f. he 

who charges with tributes. 
Attributar, va. to subdue, to 

charge with tributes. 
Attributivo, a, adj. attributive. 
Attributo, sm. attribute. 
Attrlção, sf. attrition ; a rubbing. 
Attricionario, sm. and adj. that 

follows the system of, attrition. 
Attrito, a, aaj. attrite. — sm. 

Iphys.) rubbing, friction. 
Atuado, a, pp. adj, theed or 

thou'd. [thou. 

Atuar, va. to thou, te thee and 
Atulhado, a, pp. aaj. âlled up to 

the top. 
Atolliair, V. a. to fíll up to the top. 
Atum, sm. {icht,) tunnv. [neer. 
Atumultuador, sm. {anc.) muti- 
Atumultuar, va. (anc.) tomutiny, 

to cause tumults. 
Aturadamente, adv. patiently, 

constantly. [suffered. 

Aturado, a, pp. adi, endured, 
Aturador, a, adj. that endures 

or suffers. 
Aturaxnento, sm. the act of 

suffering, persevering. 
Aturar, va. to sufTer, to bear, to 

endure. [amazed. 

Aturdido, a, pp. adj. stuned, 
Aturdimento , sm. stunning , 

glddiness. [to astonisQ. \ 

Aturdir, va. to stun, to amaze, \ 
-Aodàote, sf. andãcity, intrepidity . \ 



Audacioso, a, adj. audacious. 
Audaz, aaj. 2 g. audacious, 

daring. [boldly. 

Audazmente, adv. audaciously, 
Audição, sf. audition, audience. 
Audienoia, «f. audience, hearing. 
Audiente, aaj. 2 g. that hears. 
Audimetro, sm. an instrument 

for measuring tho reach of the 

hearing [auditory . 

Auditivo, a. adj {anat.) auditive, 
Audito, sm. {anc ) audit, the act 

of hearing. 
Auditor, sm auditor, hearer. 
Auditoria, sf. court, auditorship. 
Auditório, a, adj. {anc.) auditive. 

— sm. auditory, audience; {in 

law) session house. 
Audivel, adj. 2 g. audible. 
Auge, 5771. {astr.) top, height, 

summit. 
Augmentação, sf. augmentation. 
Augmentado, a, pp. adj. aug- 

mented, increased. 
Augmentador, a, adj. and s. 

augmenter, orne who augments. 
Augmental, adj. 2 g. {anc.) aug- 

mentable. 
Augmentar, va. to augment, to 

improve, to increase. Augmentar- 

se, vr. to grow larger. 
Augmentativo. a, adj. {gram.) 

augmentative. 
Augmento, sm. augmentation; 

augment, increase. 
Augueiro, sm. a furrow, sluice. 
Augur, sm. augur. V. Agoureiro. 
Augurado, a, pp. adj, augured, 

guessed. 
Augurai, adj. 2 g. augurai. 
Augurar, va. to foretell future 

events. to vaticinate. 
Augúrio, sm. augury. 
Augustal, adj. 2 g. belonging to 

Augustus. [cally. 

Augustamente , adv. majesti- 
Augustinho, sm. {printing term) 

English, a sort of letter. 
Augustiniano . a , adj, angus* 

tiuian. 
Augusto, a, adj, ■a.M^xiaX., ^kaí- 



AUS 



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AUT 



.Aolico, a, ãdi. aulic. 
Aulido, sm. nowling. 
Aulista, sm. student that learns 

in an aula. 
Auna, sf. anln, ell. 
Aunado, a, adj. nnited, made by 

unity. 
Aunar, va. to unite. 
Aura, sf. gale, breeze ; {fig.) ap- 

plause, ftivour. 
Áureo, a, adj. golden; {fig.) 

happy. 
Aureola, sf. aureola, a luminous 

crown. 
Auricalco, sm. aurichalcum. 
Auricidia , sf. covetousness , 

desiro of gola. 
Auricomado or Auricomo, adj. 

(poet.) that has golden leaves 

or golden hair, flaxen. 
Aurícula, sf. (ana^.) auricle ; (bot.) 

aurícula. [culate. 

Auriculado, a, adj, (bot.) anri- 
Auricular, adj. 2 g. auricular. 

O dedo — , the little finger. 
Aurifactorio, a,- adj. that makes 

gold. 
Aurífero, a, adj. auriferous, gold- 

bearing. [smith. 

Aurlfícla, sf. the art of a gold- 
Aurífico, a, adj. changing into 

gold. 
Auriflanmia, sf. oriflamme, (the 

standard of the kings of France). 
Aurífrísio, sm. {naf. hist.) a sea 

eagle. 
Aorífulgente, adj» 2 g, (poet.) 

shining as gold. [ter. 

Auriga, 5m. (as/r.) auriga; car- 
Aurígero, a, adj. gold-bearin^. 
Auriphrigiato, a, adj. embroid- 

ered with gold. 
Aurirosado, a, adj. rose and 

gold coloured. 
Aurísto, sm. aorist : two tenses 

of the Greek verb. 
Auríto, a, adj. that hears well. 
Aurora, sf. aurora, dawn of day. 
Aurum-musívum , sm. aurum 

mosaicura, sulphuret of tin. 
Auscultação, sf auscultation. 
Jíasencia, sf. absence. 
AaaentadOf a, pp. adj, absent, 
retired. 



\ 



Ausentar, na. to absent. Ausen" 

tar-Ky vr. to absent one^s self. 
Ausente, adj. 2 g. absent.— ,«»». 

one that is absent. 
Auso, sm. boldness. Y. OuÃCKÍia. 
Auspicar, va. to auspicate, to 

promise. 
Auspícina, sf. {antiq.) divinatioD 

by the omens. 
Auspício, «m. augury, diyination. 
Auspicioso, a, adj. auspicious; 

prosperous. [tie. 

Auste, sm. {a sea term) a knot, a 
Austeramente, adv. austerely, 

severely. 
Austeridade, sf. austerity, sever- 

ity. [rigid. 

Austero, a, adj. austere, severe, 
Austral, adj. 2 g. austral,aastnne. 
Austríaco, a, s. and adj. Ao- 

strian, belon^ng to Áustria. 
Austrifero, a 'adj. rainy, shov- 

ery. [stral. 

Austrino, a, adj. austrine, au- 
Austro. sm. the south-wind. 
Austromancía, sf. divination by 

the vinds. 
Auta, sf. paper or -writings be- 

longing to a law-suit. 
Autarcia, sf. [pathol.) coutent of 

one's condition, quietness. 
Authentica, sf. {eccles ) certifi- 

cate for testifying the identity 

of reliques. [autbentic. 

Authenticado, a, pp. adj. made 
Authenticamente, adv. authen- 

tically ; authenticly. 
Authenticar, va. to authenticate. 
Authentícidade, sf. authentical- 

ness, authenticness. 
Authentico. a, adj. autheutic, 

authenticaí. 
Author, Auotor, sm. Y. Autor. 
Auto, sm, action, deed. Autos {in 

lato) papersbelongingto a law- 

suit. [pby. 

Autobiograpliia, sf. autobiogra- 
Autobiograplio, sm. autobiogra- 

pher. 
Autoceplialo, sm. autocephalus. 
Autocracia, sf. autocracy. 
Antoorata, sm. autocrat, auto- 

er&teT. \\«. 

Antoocatciz, sf. a. ^\iç»-^^>^wi<ix^ 



^ff^^m^f 



9P 



AUX 



— 1Í3 — 



AVA 



Autodldaoto, a, adj, and s. that 

learns without teachers. 
Antodidaxia, sf. capacitj of 

learning wíthout teachers. 
Autodinamico, a, adj. that is 

produced by the strength of the 

same object. 
Autognosia, sf. self-kno-vledge. 
Autographia, sf. autography. 
Autographo, a, adj. autographi- 

cal, autographic. 
Autographoinania, sf, the ma- 
nia of collectiug autographies. 
Autozuatario, sm. he -who makes 

automatons. [tically. 

Automaticamente, sf. automa- 
Automiatico, a, adj- automatical, 

automatic. 
Automatismo, sm. antomatism. 
Autómato, sm. automaton ; {ftg.) 

stupid, blockhead. 
Autonomia, sf. autonomj. 
Autopsia, sf. autopsjr. 
Autor, sm. author, inventor, ma- 

ker; (m law) the plaintiff. 
Autora, sf. authoress ; {in law) a 

wornan that impleadeth another 

at law. 
Autoria, sf. the act of one ■who 

demands justice. 
Autoridade, or Authorldade, 

sf, authority, command, legal 

poyrer, rule. — s, sm. pi. autno- 

rities. [authorizing. 

AutorisaçSo, sf. authorisation, 
Autorisadamente, adv. authori- 

tatively. [zed. 

Autorisado, a, pp. adj. anthori- 
Autorisador, sm. he -who autho- 

rizes. 
Autorisar, va. to authorize, to 

give authority, Autorisar-se , 

vr. to be authorized. 
Autoritativò, a, adj. anthorita- 

tive, positive. 
Autuação, sf the act of draving 

a written statement. 
Autuado, a, pp. adj. reduced to 

the form of a written statement. 
Autuar, va. to raake a verbal pro- 

cess, an inguest. 
Auttuíanal, adj. 2 g, autumnal. 

?^Í^\ ^*PP- ^J' "ded, as- 
aisted^ helpecL 



1 



Auxiliador, a, adj, and s. alder, 

helper, protecter. 
Auxuiante, adj. 2 a. helping. 
Auxiliar, va. to aia, to assist, to 

favour. [liar, helpfiõ. 

Auxiliar, adj. 2 g. auxiliary, auxi- 
Auxiliariamente, adv. with help, 
Auxiliario, a, adj. auxiliary, 

auxiliar. 
Auxilio, sm. help, succour, aid. 
Auxometrico , a, adj. (phys.) 

auxometric. [ter 

Auxometro, sm. {phys.) auxome- 
Avalanoha, sf.{phys. ) avalanche, 

a snow-slip. [tion. 

Avaliação, sf. valuation,estima- 
Avaliado, a, pp. adj. appraised, 

rated, estimated. 
Avaliador, sm. appraiser, valuer ; 

ifig.) esteemer. [mation. 

Avaliamento, sm.valuation, estv- 
Avaliar, va. to appraise^ to rate, 

to estimate. 
Avanbraços, sm. pi. bracelets (a 

piece of an armour). [tempt. 
Avançada, sf. [mil.) attack, at« 
Avançado, a,j9p. aaj advanced, 

Sentinella — a, forlorn sentry. 
Avançamento, sm. the jutting in 

a building; projecture. 
Avançar, va. to advance, to 

hasten, to set forward; to jut 

or stand out; {fig) to exceed, 

to surpass. — vn. to mar eh on. 

Avançarse, vr. to throw one's 

self. 
Avance, sm. (mi7.)assault, attack. 
Avanço, sm. profit, gain; ad- 

vancement; advance. 
Avania, sf. wrong, injury. 
Avantajadamente, adv. advan- 

tageously. 
Avantajado, a, m>. adj. advanta- 

ged; superior, better. 
Avantaj amento, sm. advantage. 
Avantajar, va. to advantage, to 

proíit; to advance, to improve, 
Avantajoso, a, adj. {anc.) advan<^ 

tageous, useful. 
Avantal, sm. V. Avental. 
Avante ^ aàt>, "Xiçi^oit^ ^ iorss^sí^. 

Passar — , \o ^<i lwV\v«t. 1^«^^ 
a sua — ,to m^v^x.. — >».\cr^- ^^ 



AVE 



— 124 



AVE 



Avaqueirado, a, adj. rustic. 

Avaramente, adv. avariciously, 
covetously. fthe fríars. 

Avarcas, sf. pi. sandals used by 

AvEirentaiuente , adv. cove- 
tously . 

Avarento, a, sdj, avaricíous, 
covetous. 

Avareza, sf. avarice, covetous- 
ness. 

Avaria, sf. average, damage. 

Avariado, a, pp. adj. damage d, 
that has average. 

Avariar, va. to damage. Avariar- 
se, vr. to be damaged. 

Avaricia, 5/*. V. Avareza. 

Avaro, a, adj. and s. covetous, 
avaricious. Terra — a, {fig-l steril 
ground. [subiected. 

Avassallado, a, pp. adj. subdued, 

Avassallador, a, sm. or f. and 
€tdi. subduer, he or she that 
subdues. [sallage. 

Avassallamento, sm, (anc.) vas- 

Avassallar, va. to subdue, to 
conquer, to subject. 

Ave, sf bird, fowl. Aves de arri- 
bação, migratory birds. — inter j. 

Avêa or Aveia, sf. oats. Farinha 

de — , oatsmeal. 
Aveaco, sm. oats-bread, jannock. 
Aveal, sm. an oats-fíeld. 
Avedouro, a, adj. {anc.) that is 

"Worthy of being obtained. 
Aveiado, a, adj. mad, lunatic. 
Avejão , sm. a man of a nlons- 

trous size , a ghost. 
Avela or Avel^,5/. toasted rice. 
Avelã, sf. hazel-nut, filbert-nut. 
Avelado, a,j3p. ad/.withered, dry. 
Avelanado, a, aaj hazel-colour, 

hazel-nut coloured. 
Aveleira, sf. hazel-tree. [trees. 
Aveleiral, sm. a grove of nazel- 
AveUiacado,a,j7p. adi. despised. 
Avelbacar , va, to aespise , to 

contemn. [old. 

Avelhentado, a, pp. adj. made 
Avelhentador, sm. that causes a 

prematuro old age. 
Avelhentar, va. to make old 
prematurely. [glass. 

-Airelorios, sm.pLsmáa. beads of 



Aveludado, a, pp. adj. velveted. 
Aveludar, va. to velvet. 
Ave-Msiria, sf. Ave-Mary. Ave- 
Afarias, sf. pi. the toUing of a 
bell, at the dusk of the evening; 
the small beads of a chapiet^ 
Avena, sf. reed, pipe. 
Avenca, sf. {bot.) maiden-hair. 
Avencadura, sf. V. Enxárcia 

real. 
Avença, sf. {anc.) agreement, con- 

tract, convention. 
Avençado, a, pp. adj. agreed. 
Avencadura, sf. {a sea term) the 

main shroud. 
Avençai, adj. 2 g. that has made 

an agreement; ijig.) humble. 
Avençao, sm. a kind of herb like 

maiden-hair. 
Avençar, va. to agree upon the 
yearly rent that is to be paid in 
com, "wine, oil, etc. 
Avendar, va. {anc.) to disinherit. 
AVendiçca, adj. adventicious. 
Avendo, sm. {anc.) a disinherit- 

ing. 
Avenenar,va. {anc.) to poison. 
Avenhir, va. {anc.) to agree , to 

concord. 
Avenida, sf. avenue, passage. 
Aventado, a,j}p. adi. exposed to 
the air, fanned ; {fig.) divulged. 
Avental, «m. an apron. 
Aventar, va. to ventilate, to fan. 
— o trigo y to -winnow; {fig.) to 
discover, to smell. 
Aventiço, a, adj. {anc.) adventi- 
cious. 
Aventura, sf. adventure, event, 
accident. [venturous. 

Aventurado, a, pp. adj lucky. 
Aventurar, va. to venture, to 

adventure. 
Aventureiro, a, sm. and f. ad- 
venturer or adventuress; a 
volunteer. — adj. adventurous, 
venturesome. [rina. 

Aventurina, sf. {min.) avantu- 
Avânturosamente^ adv. adven- 
turously. [venturous. 

Aventuroso, a, ocí/.aaventurous, 
Aver, TJtt. V. Haver, 
Averbado^ a^ pp.ad^.^^inrvVAXL vcl 



«p 



AVI 



— 125 — 



AVI 



Averbar, va. (in law) to write in 

express words. 
Averdugada, sf. petticoat. 
Averdugado, a. adj. that wears 

a petticoat called verdugada. 
Avergar, vn. to bend. [ed. 

Avergoado, a, pp. adj. flagellat- 
Avergoar, va. to flagellate. 
Avergonhar, va. {anc.) to shame. 
Averiguação, sf. examination, 

search. [certainty. 

Averiguadamente, adv. for a 
Averiguado, a,;)p- adj. to search 

diligently. [miner. 

Averiguador, sm. inquirer, exa- 
Averiguar, va. to search dili- 
gently, to examine; to decide. 
AvermeUiado, gi,pp.adj, reddish 

Côr — a, redaishness. 
Avermelhar, va. to redden. — 

vn. to blush. 
Avemo, sm. hell. — adj. {poet. ) 

belonging to the Avemus. 
Aversamente, adv. unwillingly. 
Aversamento, sm. {anc.) contra- 

riety. 
Aversão, sf, aversion, opposition. 
Averso, a, adj. averse, opposite. 
Avessada, sf. {falcon.) the thong 

or leather to tie the ikavk to the 

perch. [contrary. 

Avessado, a, pp. adj. made quite 
Avessamente, (zdv. the wrong 

way. 
Avessar, va^ to overthrow, .to 

turn topsy-turvv. 
Avessas (A's), aao. loc. the wrong 

"way. Tomar tudo ás — , to mis- 

contrue any thing. Virar ás — , 

to turn upside. 
Avesso, sm. the "wrong side. 
Avesso, a, adj. cross-grained, 

cross, iintow.ard. 
Avestruz, «m.V. Abestruz. 
Avezado, a, pp adj. accustomed, 

habituated. 
Avezar, va. to accustom, to use. 
Aviado, a, pp. adj, despatched, 

made ready. 
Aviamento, sm, preparation. 

Dar —-, to make ready. 
Aviar, va. to make ready, to 
desp^tcb. Aviarse^ vr. to prepare 
one a self, to m&ke haste. 






Aviário, sm, aviary. 
Avioenia, sf. {bot.) aviconnia. 
Avicennista, sm. a physician 

foUower of Avicenna. 
Avioeptologia, sf. aviceptolo^y. 
Avictualhado, a, pp. adj. vic- 

tualled. 
Avictualhar, va. to victual. 
Avidamente , adv. greedily , 

hungrily ; {fig.) covetously. 
Avidez, sf. greediness, avidity. 
Ávido, a, adj. greedy, hungry, 

{fig.) covetous, desirous. 
Avieirado, a, adj. that has shell 

âshes. [what rustical, 

AviUanado, a, pp. adj. some- 
AviUanar-se, vr. to grow rustic. 
Avlltação, sf. abasement, abjec- 

tion. 
Aviltadamente, adv. with abjec- 

tion, in a base manner. 
Aviltado, a, i^p.ac?^'. abased, de- 

graded. [humiliating, 

Aviltador, a, adj. thatabases. 
Aviltamento, sm. abasement, 

abjection. [to disgrace. 

Aviltar, va, to abase, to debase, 
Avimento, sm. advent, arrival. 
Avinagrado,a,|>p.ac?J. seasoned 

or mixed with vinegar. 
Avinagrar, va. to season vith 

vinegar ; {fig.) to anger. Avina- 

grar-se, vr. to be angry. 
Avincular, va. {anc.) to entaii 

an estate. [ticious. 

Avindiço, a, adj. {anc.) adven- 
Avindimar, va. to vindemiate. 
Avindo, a, adj. unanimous, of 

one miná.Bcm avindos, agreeing. 

Mali — , discordant. 
Avinhado, a, pp. adj. that has 

the savour of wine, mixed "with 

vintí or of a wine colour. 
Avinhar, va. to mix or season 

with "wine. Avinhar-se, vr. to get 

drunk. 
Aviolado, a, adj. violet-colour; 

shaped as a guitar. 
Avir, va. to agree together, to 

concord. — un. \<i \\a:ç^«w^Xç» 

AviBadam«n.\»> oAii -^N^^^^^;^^ 
Avlaado, a, pp. oA^.^^^^^- 



AVO 



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AXI 



Avisador, sm. warner, he who 

warns. 
Avisamento, sm. waming notice, 

prudence . 
Avisar, va. to warn, to advise. 

Avisar-se, vr. to take a prece- 

dent care. 
Aviso, sm. advice, -waming, mlnd, 

advertency. Navio de — , aiâiig's 

packet-boat. 
Avistado, a, pp. adj, perceived, 

seen at distance. 
Avistar, va. to see at a distance 

before, to perceive. 
Avititado, a, adj. {anc.) Prazo 

— , life-time, that is not perpe- 
tuai, [of ancestors. 
Avito, a, adj. ancient, that comes 
Aviva, sf. vives (a distemper 

among horses). [lively. 

Avivadaxuente, adv. briskly, 
Avivado, a, pp. adj. excited, 

quickened. [nisher. 

Avivador, sm, çolisher, bur- 
Avivar, va. to excite, to quicken, 

to encourage, to promote; to 

enliven, to invigorate ; to make 

brisk. Avivar-se^ vr. to be ex- 

cited. 
Aviventadeiro, sm, he vrho vi- 

vifies or animates. 
Aviventado, a, pp. adj. viviâed ; 

{fig.) animated. [fies. 

Aviventador, sm he who vivi- 
Aviventar, va. to vivify, to ex- 
cite. 
Avizinhado, a, pp. adj. neigh- 

boured, adjacent, next. 
Avizinhar, va, to ueighbour, to 

adjoin to. — vn, to be a neigh- 

bour Avizinhar^sej vr. to be ad- 

joined to. 
Avô, sm. a grand-father. 
Avó, sf. a grand-mother. 
Avós, s.pl.^ m. or f. the plural of 

Avó and Avó. 
Avo or Avos, sm. {arithm ) a sort 

of fraction. 
Avoaçar, vru to flap the win^. 
Avocação, sf. {in lav>) avocation; 

the taking ãwav of a law-suit 
irom anotber'8 jurisdiction. 

1^ o-v^oked, csãleáfor. 






Avocar, va. {jxi law) to evoke, to 

call for. 
Avocatorio, a, adj. (inlaw) a 

summons to appear D«fore an- 

other higher court. 
Avooatura, sf. the act of evoking. 
Avocavel, aaj. 2 g, {in law) that 

may be evoked. [wings. 

Avoejar, vn. {anc.) to clap the 
Avoengo, a, adj. belonging to 

ancestors. [ancestors. 

Avoengos, sm. pi. forefathers, 
Avoengueiro, a, adj. that comes 

from ancestors. 
Avogar, va. (anc.) V. Advogar 

and derivated. [crodked. 

Avolto, a, adj. wrapped up, 
Avolumado, a, pp. adj. over- 

loaded ; voluminous. 
Avolumar, va. to over-load. — 

vn. to make a great volume. 
Avolver-se, vr. to be transported 

or ravished. 
Avolvimento, S7n. {anc.) over» 

joy, return. 
Avondo, adv. plentifully. 
Avozeado, a, pp adj. proclaimed 

with loud voices. 
Avozear, va. to proclaim 'with 

loud Yoices. 
Avulí^o, sf. {med.) avulsion. 
Avulso, a, adj. separate, uncon- 

nected ; different. 
Avultado, a, pp. adj. corpnlent; 

ifig.) considerable. 
Avultar, va. to increase, to aug- 

ment. — vn. to look big, to 

grow; {fig.) to be considerable. 
Avultoso, a, adj. bulky, of a 

great volume. 
Axar, sm. dish used in Ásia. 
Aze, sm. (phys.) axis, axle-tree. 
Axl, sm. Guinea-pepner. 
Axifugo, a, adj. {phys.) centri* 

fugal. [axil or axilla. 

Axilla, sf. {anat.) axilla, {bot.) 
Axillar, adj. 3 g. axillar, axiUary. 
Axioma, sm. {philos.) axiom. 
Aziometro, sm. {a sea term) tell- 

tale. 
Azipeto, a, adj {phys.) that is 

apçToachm^ ot me «a\%. 
AziB, «nu ^nat, HsX>i vú& «k^\A 
of staig. 



Mi 



AZE 



-i27 — 



AZI 



Azorar, va. (a sea term) to drive, 

to expel, to oeat off. 
Azorcas, sf. pi. metal bracelets 

or rings used by Moors. 
Az, sm. ace. 
Aza, sf. wing. A — de um v<iso, de 

uma bilha, the handle «>f a ves- 

sel, of an earthen pot. 
Azabomba, interi. hey-day ! 
Azado, a, pp. adj. ât, proper ; 

having handles. — , sm. a fcind 

of vessel with two handles. 
Azador, sm. he who gives occa- 

sion or motive. 
Azáfama, sf. haste, uproar, noise. 
Azafamado, a, pp. adj. hurried, 

over-hasty. — sm. a medler. 
Azafamar, va. to hasten, to make 

haste. [spear. 

Azagaia, sf. zagaye, a kind of 
Azagaiado, a, pp. adj. struck 

with a zagaye. 
Azagaiar, va. to strike "wilh 

a zagaye. 
Azamboado, a, adj. hard, rough. 
Azambujal, sm. a placo where 

wild olive-trees grow. 
Azambujo, sm. {anc.) wild olive- 

tree. 
Azaqrol, sm. a kind of tithe paid 

to wie kings or Portugal in for- 

mer times by the Moors. 
Azar, sm. (bot.) a kind of anemo- 

nv, a cast at dice losing ali; 

111 luck. [pose. 

Azar, va . to give occasion, to dis- 
Azarcão, sm. minium, red lead. 
Azareiro, sm. {bot.) laurel- cherry. 
Azaria, sf. an excursion, a íight, 

a battle. 
Azarve, sm. {anc.) a trunk or pipe 

for the conveyance of water. 
Azebro, sm. {nat. hist.) a wild 

horse of Ethiopia. [sour. 

Azedado, a, pp. adj. soared, made 
Azedador, a, adj that irritates 

or provokes. 
Azedamente, adv sourly, sharp- 

ly, bitterly. [sharpness. 

Azedaiueiito , sm. soumess , 
Azedar, va. to mákv sour or 

***^/ 0^-) to irritate, to ppo- 

- ^^«- , [sorrel. 

^àzadaa, s/. pi. (àot,) the herb 



Azederaqae, sm. {bot.) azede» 

rach. 
Azedia, sf. sottrness, acidity. 
Azedo, a, adj. sour, sharp, acid. 
Azedume, sm. soumess, sharp- 
ness, roughness ; acidity. 
Azeitado, a, jstp. adj. oiled, oily. 
Azeitar, va. to oil, to season vrith 

oil. [oiL 

Azeite, sm. oil, olive oil, salad 
Azeiteira, sf. an oil-pot made of 

earth or tin. 
Azeitelro, a, adj. belonging to 

the oil. — , sm. an oilman. 
Azeitona, sf. an olive. — s em 

conserva, pickled olivas. 
Azeitonado, a, adj. olive-co- 

loured. 
Azeitoneira, sf. olives-seller 
Azelba, sf. ring-handle. 
Azemel, sm. muleteer. 
Azemela or Azemala, sf. a ba^ 

gage or sumpter mule , a stupid 

ielIo"w. 
Azemelelro, sm. the superinten- 

dant of baggage-mules. 
Azenha, sf. a water-mill. 
Azerar, va. to give steel colour. 
Azeredo, sm. a grove of lauréis. 
Azereiro, sm. Q>ot.) a tree like 

the laurel. [mediar. 

Az^rola, sf. azarola, Neapolitan 
Azeroleiro, sm. {bot.) azarolus, 

Neapolitan medlar-tree. 
Azervada, sf. a palisade. 
Azerves, sm. pt. {agric.) large 

stones fixed upright round tne 

threshing floor. 
Azeviohado* a, pp. adj. that has 

the colour of jet. Met. 

Azevichar, va. to make black as 
Azeviche, sm. jet. Negro como o 

— , as black as jet. 
Azevieiro, sm. a wencher. 
Azevinho, sm. holly, petty-whin. 
Azevre, sm. aloés. 
Azia, sf. the longing of women 

with child; heart-burn. 
Aziago, a. adj. unlucky, un- 

happy. 
Aziar , sm. «L'\5«civ«Ltív^ . 

A»ma, 8f. a»it\ wv >^^^^^^í^^ ^ 



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BAB 



Azimbro, sm. {bot.) juniper, a 

sort of shrub. 
Azimiith, sm. {astron.) azimuth, 

an arch of the horizon. 
Azimuthal, adj. 2 g. azimuthal, 

azimuth. [passage. 

Azinhaga, sf. a narrow path or 
Azinlial, sm. a grove of holm- 

oaks. 
Azinhavre, sm. verdigrise. 
Azinheira, sf. scarlet-oak. 
Azinheiro, sm. scarlet-oak. 
Azinhoso, a, adj. full of scarlet- 

oaks. 
Azo, sm. motive, occasion. 
Azoado, a, pp. adj. giddy or 

dizzy. 
Azoar, va. to dizzy. 
Azoinado, a, pp. adj. stunned; 

dizzy [to make dizzy. 

A2oinar, va. to stun, to deafen, 
Azoreiras, sf. pi. wood, forest, 

thicket. [whip. 

Azorragada, sf. a hlovr with a 
Azorragado, gL,pp.adj. scours^ed, 

whipped. [wnip. 

Azorragar, va. to scourgc», to 
Azorrague, sm. a scourge. 
Azotado, a, adj. containing azote. 
Azote, sm. {chem.) azote. [cury. 
Azoth, sm. (chem.) azoth, mer- 
Azotico, a, aaj.{chem.) azotic, per- 

tainmg to azote. 
Azougadamente, adv. tr(>uble- 

somely, rashly. 
Azougado, a, pp. adj. trouble- 

some ; a restless person. 
Azougar, va. to tin, to give mer- 

cury; {fig.) to excite, to make 

one unsteady. [cury. 

Azougue, sm. quicksilver, mer- 
Azul, adj. 2 g. blue. — sm» blue. 

— escuro, dark blue. — celesto, 

skv colour, — ferrete, dark blue. 
Azulado, a, adj. bluish. 
Azulador, sm. he vrho blues 

swords. [blue. 

Azular, va. to blue, to colour 
Azulejado, a, pp. adi. adorned 

"with azulejos or dutcn tiles. 

Azulejador, sm. he wlio makes 

oradorns with dutch tiJes. 

Adejar, va. to adom with dutch 
a/es. 



Azulejo, sm. Dutch tile glazed 

usually of a blue colour. 
Azulino, sm. a bird of Cayenne. 
Azumbrado, a, adj. someyrhat 

bunched or crooked. 
Azurracha, sf. a large barge in 

the river Douro. 
Azurrar, vn. {anc.) to bray. 
Azymitas, sm. pi. Azymites. 
Azymo, a, adj. unleavened, azy- 

mous. — fSm. unleavened bread. 



B, sm. is pronounced as in Enr 

glish. — {music.) be-fa-si. 
Baalita or Bsialista, sm. a 

"worshipper of Baal. 
Baba, 5/*. foam, siabbering, drivel, 

salivation. — da serpente, the 

slime of a serpent. 
Babado, a, pp. adj. slabbered, 

slavered. [bib. 

Babadoiro, sm. bib, siabbering 
Babão, adj. m. Babona, adj. f. 

one that slabbers ; {fig.) dotara. 
Babão, interj. to rali at one. 
Babar, va. to slabber, to foam, to 

drivel. Babar-se, vr. to falter. 
Babareo, sm. babbling, scoâBlng. 
Babeira, sf. that part of the 

helmet that covers the chin. 
Bablar, sm. the bark of an Arábio 

acácia. [simple. 

Babooa, adj. 2 g. foolish, silly, 
Babordo, sm. {a sea term) the lar- 

board of a ship. 
Babosa, sf. the herb of yrhich 

aloés is made. 
Baboso, a, adj. that slabbers. 

— , s. he or she who slabbers; 

(fig.), a stammerer. 
Babugem, sf. siabbering, drivel. 
Babuino, sm. {nat. hist.) baboon. 
Babujado, a, i^. adj. slammered, 

slavered. [to befoul. 

Babu^ar, na. to s\wM!ftsc\ VjP-aN 
1 Babylonia, sf . BábN\ou. 
IBabyloidco, a, adj.^aXiiViTsÀft, 



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BAF 



Babirloniense, adj, 2 g* Baby- 

ionian. 
Babylonio, a, ad^» anà s. Baby • 

lonian or pertainmg to Babylon. 
BacaUiào, sm. cod, codíish. 
Bacalhoada, sf. a blow with a 

lash. 
Bacalhoeiro, sm. a ship for the 

fishlng of codíish. 
Bacamarte, sm. akind of ^^n. 
Bacaro, sm. {hot.) baccbaris. 
Baccalar, sm. farm house. 
Baccalaureato , sm. baccalau- 

reat. [taining to Bacchus. 

Baccalaoreo, a, aaj. {poet.) per- 
Bacchanaes, sf. pi. the baccha- 

nalian, bacchanals. 
Bacohanal, sm. bacchanal. 
Bacchante, sf. bacchant. 
Baccliico, a, adi. bacchic. 
Bacdiista, sm. oacchanalian. 
Baccb.0, sm. {myth.) Bacchus. 
Bacciano,a, (laj. {bot.) berries- 

like. [rous. 

Bacoifero,a, adJ, (ôoí.) baccife- 
Baceira, sf. a kind of disease in 

oxen. [vineyard. 

Bacellada, sf. a new planted 
Bacellar, va. to plant voung 

vmes. — , sm, a new planted 

vineyard. [young vines. 

Bacelleiro, sm. he who plants 
Bacello, sm. a layer, a shoot of 

the vine. 
Baclia, sm. bashaw. 
Bachalia, sf. territory governed 

by a bashaw. 
Bacharel, sm. a bachelor of arts ; 

a prattling fellow. 
Bacharela, sf. a tattling woman. 
Bacharelado, sm. bacnelorship. 
Bacharelar, va. to prattle. 
Bacharelice, sf. prattling 
Bacia, sf. bason, basin. — the 

púlpitos pavement. 
Badada, sf. the liquid contained 

in a bason. [helmet. 

Bacinete, sm. (anc.) a kind of 
Bacinica, sf. a little bason. 
Bacio , sm. a chamber-pot ; a 

close-stool pan. 
Baço, sm. the spleen , the milt ; 

one of the viscera. 
Baço, a, adj» blackish, dull. 



Bácoro, sm. a little pig. 
Bacular, adj, 2 g. belonging to 

a staff. 
Bacular, va. to flatter. 
Báculo, «m. staff, orosier; (Jig.) 

support. 
Baculoxnetria, sf. baculometry. 
Badal, sm. [surg.) forked instru- 

ment to keep the mouth open 

and depress the tongue. 



Badalada, sf, the stroke of a 
clapper; 
pression. 



a foolish ex- 



Badalado, a, jpp. adj. striken 

(speaking of a bell). 
Badalar, va. to tint a bell. 
Badaleira, sf. a ring for the 

clapper of a bell. 
Badalejado, a, pp. adj. that has 

trembled with cold. 
Badale j ar, vn. to shake or trem- 

ble with cold. — to strike the 

clapper of a bell. 
Badaxue, sm. a kind of chisel. 
Badameco, sm. port-folio, {fig.) 

a prig, a puppy. V. Pasta. 
Badana, sf. an old female sheep. 
Badejo, sm. a kind of íish. 
Badernas, sf. pi. (a sea term) rat 

lines. 
Badiana, sf. [bot.) badiana. 
Badinguiz, sm. Persian saffron. 
Badulaque, sm. bullock's lights 

hashed with a thick gravy. 
Baeta, sf. baize. 
Baetal, adj. 2 g. that is made of 

baize. 
Baetão, sm. coating or beaver. 
Bafagem, sf. a gentle gale of 

wind. 
Bafar, va. to pufl, to breathe in. 
Bafari, sm. a oird of prey, hawk. 
Bafejado, a, pp. adj. breathed; 

(fig.) favoured. 
Baiejador, a, adj. that breathes 

in ; ifig.) that assists. 
Bafejar, va. to breathe in or 

upon; ifig.), to favour. 
Bafejo, sm. oreath ; breezo ; (fig,) 

aid. 
Bafio, sm sraell from mustiness> 
Baforada, sf a strong sraell of 

the breath \ whiff. 
Bafordar, sm, a kind ot ^ome. 



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Bafordo, sm. a short spear. 

Baforeira, sf. a wild fig^rsee. 

Baforeiro, a, adj pertaining to 
the wild fig-tree. 

Baga, sf. bernr. 

Bag[aceira, sf. a place where are 
laid up the husks of grapes. 

Bagaceiro, sm. he vho lâys the 
husks of grapes in a recep- 
tacle made of vicker. 

Bagaço, sm. murk, husks of oli- 
vas, grapes or other fruits. 

Bagageiro, sm. baggage-dríver, 
muleteer. 



Bagagem, sf. baggage, carrlage. 
Baganha, sf.X' 
the linseed. 



^: 



enclosing 



Bagatella, sf. a trifie. 
Bagatelleiro, a, adj, thaA only 

is busied with trifles, 
Bagaxa, sm. and adj. «alamite. 
Bago, sm. the grain of corn; 

grape. 
Bagoada, a, adj. bernr-like. 
Ba^e, sm. {nai. hisC) bagre, a 

kmd of long fish 
Bagulho, sm. a grape-stone. 
Bagulhoso, a or Bagulhado, a, 

adj. that has keruel, íish. 
BahEir, sm. a -weight of three 

hundred and eighty-six ponnds 

in the East-Indies. 
Bahia, sf. bay, gul£. ; a large 

cit^ of Brazil. 
Bahiense, s. and adj, 2 ^. a na- 

tive of Bahia. 
Bahú, sm. trunk. 
Bahuleiro, sm. trunk'-maker. 
Baia, sf. a partition-bar. 
Bailadeira, sf. a dancing girl. 
Bailador, a, sm. or sf, dancer. 
Bailar, va. and vn. to dance. 
Bailarino, sm. a dancer. 
Baile, sm. bali. 
Baileo, sm, scaffold; an open 

gallery. [quick. 

Bailheiro, a, adj, {anc.) light, 
Bailio, sm. the name given to 

the knights of Malta that ob- 

tain that benefice , bailiflf, ma- 

gistrate. 
Bainha, sf. sbeath, scabbard. 
-oainheiro, sm, she&tht «cambará 
or case-msLker, 



Baino^ «771. (anc.) publication, 

bans of marriage. 
Baio, a, adj. bay, red or reddish. 

Cavallo — , bayard, horse. 
Baioco, «m. baioco, coin used at 

Rome. 
Baioneta, sf. bayonet. 
Baionetada, sf, a blo^ -with a 

bayonet. 
Bairão, sm. 'bairam. 
Bain^bsta, sm. an inhabitant of a 

ward i neighbour 
Bairro, sm. -vard, district. 
Baiuoa, sf. taveni, chcap eating- 

house. [an eating-house. 

Baiuqu^ro, sm. the keeper of 
Baixa, sf. cÚminution, decrease, 

abatement; lessening fali ; 

lowering in price or value. Dar 

— , {miL) to cashier, to dismiss 

from the service. — , a plain ; 

quick sands or fords under 

"water (a sea term). [dovn. 

Baixado, a, pp. adj. lowered, let 
Baixamar, sm. low-water 
Baixamente, adv. basely, lowly. 
Baixfio, sm. bassoon. 
Baixar, va. to let down, to lower ; 

(/í^.), to decrease, to diminish. 

— vn. or ur. to bow down, to 

grow crooked, to issue. 
Baixel, sm. ship. 
Baixella, sf. the plato for the 

service of the table. 
Baixete, sm. a curved form upon 

which casks are placed. 
Baixeza, sf. lowness, meanness, 

baseness, vileness ; a vile, base 

action. 
Baixia, sf. or Baixio, sm. shoal, 

sands in tiie sea. 
Baixinho, a, adj. of a small size, 

low, short. — , arfu. softly. 
Baixios, sm.-pl. shoaJs, shallows, 

sands in the sea. 
Baixo, sm. low place or ground, 

shoal shelf, sand bank in the 

sea. A — , oAv. below, under. 

De — , jpor — , under, underneath, 

Ficar de — , to be "worsted. — 

de i3iola,\ias.a"^\ol.-r-,sm. (rniwtc."^ 

Baixo ^ a., adi. Vy», ^ot^.^ «ia»íX\ 
de©ç', «►Ww3f7i\ Taawi, "toaiM^^. 



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BAL 



Preço — , low prioe, cheap. 
Estylo — , vulgar style. 

Baixote, adj. is saia of a man 
that has a little but strong 
slature. 

Baixara, sf. lowness. 

Bajear, va to shoot husks, 

Baje, 8. V. Vagem. 

Bajoujice, sf. silliness, stupidtty. 

Bajoujo, a, adj. sill^, stnpiâ. 

Baju, sm. kind of shift nsed by 
the IiwJian ladies. 

Bajulação, sf. âattery. 

Bajulado, a, pp. adj. flattered. 

Bajulador, a, sm. or f. fiatterer, 
adulator. 

Bajular, va. to flatter. 

Bala, sf. ballet, shot, bali. Canhão 
que leva — de vinte arráteis^ a 
gun of twenty poiínds shot. — 
de impressor, a prmtcr's bali. — 
de papel, a bale of paper. 

Balaohe, sm. balass. 

Balaço, sm. the hole or stroke 
maae by a gun-shot. 

Balador, sm. anacardium. 

Balaes, sm. pi. instraments for 
cleaning horses. [basket. 

Balaio, sm. hamper, a small 

Balança, sf. balance, a pair of 
scales. Por em — , [fig.) to weigb. 

Balançado, a, pp. adj. balanced, 
s"wung, poised. 

Balançar, va. to balance, to 
swing, to poise. — uma conta, 
to regulate an account. 

Balance, sm. balance (dancing). 

Balanceado, a, pp. adj. swang. 

Balanceamento, sm, swinging, 
waving. 

Balancear or Balancear-se, vr. 
to swing, to wave, to be a^- 
tated i ifig.) to hesitate, to ba- 
lance. 
Balancete , sm. (comm.) the 
abridgraent of a general ac- 
count. [lance. 
Balanoim, sm. pendulum, ba- 
Balanço, sm. (6o^) darnel, cockle. 
Balanço, sm. swinging, rocking; 
[eomm.) the balance of an ac- 
count. £star em — , to be in 
anapenae, 

SaJaadra, sf. biJandep (ship). 



Balandrão, sm, a great cloak. 
Balão, sm. balloon ; a kind of 

ship in índia. [sheep. 

Balar, vn. to bleat, to cry as a 
Balata, sf. ballad. 
Balato, sm. bleat. [cissns, 

Balauso, sm. (bot.) a kind of nar^ 
Balaustias, sf. pi. the driod 

blossoms of pomegrenate. 
Balaustrada, sf. balustrade ; the 

rails of a stair-case. [tered. 
Balaustrado, a, pp. adj. Dalus- 
Balaustre, sm. baluster. — 5, sm. 

pi. the feet of a bed. 
Balax, sm. balass, kind of ruby. 
Balazio, sm. the shock of a can- 

non-ball ; shot. 
Balbo, a, adj. stamraering. Ser 

— , to stammer, to lisp. 
Balbuciação, sf. the act of stam- 

mering 
Balbuciado, a, pp adj. stam- 

mered, stuttered. 
Balbuciante, adj' 2 g. stammer- 



mg. 



Balbuciar, va. and vn. to stam- 
mer, to lisp, to balbutiate. 

Balbuciencia , sf. stammering, 
stuttering. 

Balbudente, adj. 2 g. stammer- 
ing, stuttering. [sion. 

Balbúrdia, s/". disorder, confu- 

Balcão, sm. balcony; counter. 

Balda, sf. defect, imperfection, a 
foible; the suit wanting in a 
player's hand. [in vain. 

Baldadamente, adv. uselessly. 

Baldado, a, pp. adj. useless, 
frustrated ; disappointed. 

Baldão, sm. a reproachful word; 
aífront. 

Baldaquino, sm. baldachin* 

Baldar, va. to frustrate, to disap- 
point. Baldar-se, vr. (ín a game) 
to lay out an useless card. 

Balde, sm. a bucket. De — , adv, 
in vain. 

Baldeação, sf. the act of wash- 
ing or pouring ths deck of a 
shiç. \xwvx<^^- 

i Baldeado, av pp a-dj. -«^^«5^^ 

\ Baldear, 13a. wi^ w . \q T^J^^^Sa 



\ 



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BAM 



Baldio, a, adj. uucultivated ; 

conamon, open. 
Baldo, a, adj. unprovided. 
Baldoado, a, pp. adj. insulted. 
Baldoar, va. to insult, to affiront. 
Baldrejado, a, adj, handled, 

touched. 
Baldreu, sm. small pieces of old 

gloves to make glue-. 
sâdroca, sf. truck,bartering.V. 

Troca. [ter. 

Baldrocar, va. to truck, to bar- 
Balea, sf. V. Baleia. 
Baleato, sm. a young whale. 
Baleeiro, sm. a whaler, a whale- 

ship. [or boots. 

Balegões, sm. pi. a sort of shoes 
Baleia, sf. -whale. Barbai de — , 

barbs of a whale. 
Balela, sf. repute, noise, ramour. 
Baleiuas, sf. pi. ropes, cables. 
Balesteiros, sm. pi. barbicans, 

loop-holes. 
Balestilha, sf. the cross-staff for 

taking the sun's altitude. 
Balestro, sm. {anc.) an engine to 

cast great stones against th& 

enemy. 
Bailia, sf. enumeration, mention. 

Trazer íí — , to publish, to make 

known, to quote. 
Balhestear, va. to bunt with a 

cross-bow 
Balhesteira, sf. loop-hole. 
Bailado, sm. a benefíce among 

the knighta of Malta. 
Balista, sf. {anc.) balista. 
Ballstario, sm. {anc.) he who 

made use of the balista. 
Balística, sf. balistics ; the art of 

throwing bombs, etc. 
Baliza, sf. a land-mark, or light- 

bouse. [limited. 

Balizado, a, pp adj. buoyed, 
Balizador j sm. (a sea term) water- 

bailiíf. 
Balizar, va. {a sea term) to buoy to 

Bet a land mark. 
Ballestar, vn. {anc.) to cast with 

a cross-bow [hoarhound. 

JBallota, sf. (bot.) horehound or 
Balnear, va. to bathe, to take a 
-, ^^í-&- £for bathing. 

-Baineavel, adj. 2g, convenient 



Balneographla, sf. a treatise on 

baths. [neum Mariae. 

Balneo Maria, sm. {chem.) bal- 
Balo, sm. {anc.) the bleating of a 

sheep. [ttabby. 

Balofo, a, adj. puffed up, swollen, 
Baiona, sf. a sort of band for 

men. 
Balonas, sf. pi. a kind of 

breeches form«rly used. 
Balordo, sm. a numskull, a dolt ; 

idle. [swung. 

Balouçado, a, pp. adj. balanced, 
Balouçador, aaj. C avalio — . 

trotting horse. [nel. 

Balroa, sf. grappling hook, grap- 
Balsa, sf. hedge, bush of thorns, 

briars ; a float, a raft ; a case 

made of straw, to put round 

glass vessels. 
Balsâmico, a, adj. balsamic 

balsamicai. 
Balsaxnina, sf. {bot.) balsamine. 
Balsamineas, sf. pi. {bot.) a far 

mily of plants havmg the type 

of a balsamine. 
Balsaminlio, sm. {bot.) a balsam- 

apple. 
Baísaxuita, sf. {bot.) tenacetum. 
Bálsamo, sm. balsam, balm. 
Balsana, sf. a sort of lace, 
Balsão, sm. {anc.) the standard 

used by the Templars. 
Balaeiro, a, adj. wild, bushy. 

Uva — a, the fruit, of the 

briony. [sword-belt. 

Balteo , sm. {anc ) a girdle , &. 
Báltico, sm. and adj. Baltic, per- 

taining to the Baltic. 
Baluarte, sm. bulkwark, citadel , 

{fig.) defence, guard. 
Bambaleado, B.,pp adj> waved, 

swung. [waving 

Bambaleadura, sf. swinging, 
Bambaleante, adj^ 2 g. that 

swings. 
Bambalear, va. to shake , to 

wave, to widdle wnddle. 
Bambalhão, ona, adf/.very slack. 

A bambalhona, adv. slackly. 
BaXívbinQlla.a, sf. pL oviiameuts 

Baxábo^a, adj. a\"a.aV^\oo^'ò,>Mv* 
beiit. 



mm 



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BAN 



Bambcx^ata^^/l {paint) scene of 

low-life ; {fig.) amusement. 
Baxnbolina, sf. the upper part 

of the scenery. [flounce. 

Bambolins, sf, pi. furbelow, 
Bambu, sm. {bot.) bamboo. 
Baxubual, sm. the place where 

bamboos gro"w. [bamboo. 

Bambucada, sf. a blow with a 
Bambueira; sf. bamboo. 
Bamburral, sm. pasture, pasture- 

ground. 
Banal, adi. 2 g. common, trivial. 
Banalidade, sf. triviality, tri- 

vialness. [coward. 

Banana, sf. banana; sm. {fia.) a 
Bananal, sm. the píace wnere 

banana-trees grow. 
Bananeira, sf. banana-tree. 
Banca, sf. desk, table, board. 

Jogo da — , pharo, basset. 
Bancada, sf. seats for the musi- 

cians in the church. 
Bancai, sm. a carpet to cover a 

bench. 
Bancaria, sf agency ; bank. 
Bancário, adj. pertaining to the 

bank or stock of money. 
Bancarrota, sf. bankruptcy, fail- 

ure. 
Banco, sm. bench, seat. — da 

igreja , pew. Bank of sand ; 

stock of money, bank. Nota do 

— , bank-note. 
Banda, sf. side. Pôr de — , to lay 

aside. Scarf; faction, party. 

— de musica^ regimental oand. 

Fillet, border ; (jherald.) a piece 

representing a shoulder-belt in 

the escutcheon. — de artilhe- 

ria, broadside. — dafarda^ fa- 

cings. 
Bandado, a, j>p. adj. banded ; 

(herald.) ornamented with a 

band. 
Bandalbice, sf. foppery. 
Bandalho, sm. a coxcomb. 
Bandar, va. {herald.) to face the 

garments ; to adorn \fith bands 

an escutcheon. 
BandarUhar, va. to &ght the 

buUs on foot. 

^darmeíro, sm. hQ who fights 
tne bulia on foot, 
P.irtTE I 



Bandarra, sm. a coxcomb. 
Bandarrear, vn. to ramble ; to bo 

like a coxcomb. 
Bandarrice, sf. foppery. 
Bandeado, a, pp. adj. that was 

brought to a party ; confede- 

rated. 
Bandear, va. to draw into a party. 

Bandear-sey vr, to be united to a 

party. [standard. 

Band!eira, sf. an ensign, banner, 
Bandeiro, a, adj. flexible, easy 

to be bent ; {fig.) inconstant. 
Bandeirola, sf. a little ílag. 
Bandido, PZ), proscribed. — , sm. 

outlawed banished ; banditto. 
Bandir, va. {anc.) to banish, to 

outlaw. 
Bando, sm. ban, public proclama- 

tion. — company, band, ganir. 

— de pássaros, a flight of birdb-. 
Bandó, sm. headband ; diadem. 
Bandeias, sf. pi. a shoulder-belt. 
Bandoleira, sf. bandoleer, shoul- 
der-belt. 
Bandoleiro, sm. a vagabond, a 

highway-man. 
Bandolim, sm. mandolino. 
Bandoria, «/". disorder, confusion. 
Bandulho, sm the belly. 
Bandurra, sf. mandore, a musical 

stringed instrument. 
Bandurrilha, sf. small mandore. 
Bango, sm. (bot.) bangue. 
Banha, sf. hog'8 fat, the fat of 

animais ; pommatum. 
Banhado, a, pp. adj. bathed, 

wet; {fig.) vr ater eá. 
Banhar, va. to bathe; to \^ash. 

— , vn. to bathe, to wash. Ba- 

nhar-se, vr. to bathe; {fig.) to 

be delighted. 
Banheira, sf. a bathing tub. 
Banheiro, a, sm. or f. bather. 
Banho, sm. bath, batning. — Ma^ 

ria. V. Balnean Maria, {chem.) 

balneum. — s, bans or publica- 

tion of marriage. — , an order of 

knighthood in Englaivd. 
Banianes^ sm. pi. Ti^m^\i^. 
Banido, a, pp. adj. \i^xí:\^e^^, 

ouUaweà. w^^-o- 

i {Jíg .^ lo eLtWô a.^M ^ ^^ e^^wx 



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Banivel , adj. 2 g. that may be 

banished. 
Banqueiro, sm. banker. 
Banqueta, sf. a little table; 

ifort,) banquette. 
Banquete, sm. banquet. 
Banqueteado, a, pp. adj. ban- 

queted, regaled. 
Banqueteador, sm. baDqueter, 

feaster. 
Banquetear, va. to banqnet. Bcm- 

quetear-se, vr. to regale oue*s 

self. 
Banquinho, sm. foot-stool. 
Bantim, sm. a kind of Indian ship. 
Banza, sf. a small guitar. 
Banzado, a, pp. adj, stupefied, 

astonished. 
Banzar, vn. to be stupefíed, to 

be in a violent passion. 
Banzear, va. {anc.) to be swing- 

ing. 
Banzeiro, a, adj. Mar — , the sea 

when it is neither calm nor 

stormy. 
Banzo, sm. melancholy, sadness. 
Baobab, sm. (bot ) bahobab. 
Baoneza, sf. Maçã — , a kind of 

apple. 
Baptisado, a, pp. adi, baptized. 

— , sm. christening,baptisin. 
Baptisamento, sm. baptizing. 
Baptisando, a, adj. ne vho is 

to be baptized. 
Baptisante, adj. 2 g. and *. bap- 
tizing. — , sm. baptizer. 
Baptisar, va. to baptize. 
Baptismal, adj. 2 g. baptismal. 
Baptismo, sm. baptism. Nome de 

— , the christian name. O — de 

um sino, the baptizing of a bell. 
Baptista, sm. St John the Baptist. 
Baptistério, sm. baptistery. 
Baque, sm. a fali ; the stroke a 

man gives on the ground when 

he falis ; a sudden disaster. 
Baqueado, a, pp. adj. fallen, that 

has decayed. 
Baquear, vn. to falL — va, to 
coavince. Baquear-se^ vr. to 
stretch on the ground. 
jaqueta, sf. drum-stick. 
-Bar, sm, (de ouro) tho vátae of 
*»500 pounds* 



Baraça, sf. the string to tie the 

flax or hemp to the distaff. 
Baraceio, sm a sort of matweed 

to make mats, etc . 
Baraço, sm, a rope or cord; a 

bond, a tie. 
Barafunda, sf. tumult, disorder; 

a sort of needle-"work that 

looks like lace. 
Barafustado, a, pp. adj. that has 

struggled. 
Barafustar, vn. to stniggle, to 

toss up and down. 
Baralha, sf. the stock at cards; 

ifig.) tumult, disorder. 
BaraÚiadamente, atZu.orderless» 

confusedly. 
Baralhado, a, pp. adj. con- 

founded, shufâea. 
Baralhador, sm^ he who shufSes 

the cards; (^^.) a troubler. 
Beiralhar, va. to confound, to 

disturb. — as cartas, to shuffle 

the cards. 
Baralho, sm. — de cartas j a pack 

of cards. 
Barão, sm. baron. 
Barata, sf. beetle , moth. 
Baratamente, adv. cheaply 
Baratado, a, pp. adj. that is sold 

with detriment. 
Baratar, va. to make cheap. Ba- 

ratar-se, vr. to grow too cheap . 
Barateado, a, pp. adj. fallen m 

price, cheap. 
Baratear, va. to cheapen. 
Barateiro, sm. he -who sells 

cheap; (yí^.Y liberal. 
Barateria, sf. exchange of goods , 

fraud. 
Barateza, sf. cheapness 
Barato, a, adj cheap. Haver por 

— alguma cousa , to thinK a 

thing to be better. — sm. com- 

pensation. 
Báratro, sm. gulph, pit. 
Baraza, sf. fathom, cord, rope. 
Barba, sf. beard. Fazer a — a si, 

to shave one's self. Dar a agua 
pela — , to be in a great dançer. 

Barbas, sf.pl. age, years. Dizer 

alguma cou&a nas — Ae o.lg•ttJem^ 

to Sôi^ aoTfitóttàw^ VoL^ícvek l-aRfò ^1 
oue. Ter — çoíra faser «Xtjwno. 



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cousa^ to dare. Fazer a — , to 

shave. 
BarbacS, sf. bcurbacan. 
Barbaçote, sm, kind of barbacan. 
Barbaçudo, a, adr. bearded. 
Barbada, sf, the lo-wer jaw of a 

horse. [does. 

Barbadas, sf. pi. (geog.) Barba- 
Barbado, a, pp.ací; bearded. Co- 

meta — a, a eomet vith a ílappet. 
Barbalbos, sm. pi. beards, the 

small fibres of a root 
Barbalboste, sm he ^ho is good 

for nothing. 
Barbante, sm. packing-thread. 
Barbar, vn. to begin to have a 

beard. 
Barbara, sf. Santa — , {a sea term) 

powder-room. 
Barbaramente, adv. barbarons- 

ly, cruelly. 
Barbaresco , a or Barbarlsco , 

a, adj. belogging to Barbary. 
Barbaria or Barberia , sf. Bar- 

bery or Barbary. 
Barbarice, sf. barbarity. 
Barbarlco, a, adj. barbárie. 
Barbaridade , sf. barbarity, 

cruelty. 
Barbarismo, sm. barbarism. 
Barbarisado, a, pp. adj. that is 

made barbarous, 
Barbarisar, va to make barba- 
rous , to corrupt the language. 
Barbaídso,' sm .humming. 
Bárbaro, a, ac2;. barbarous, cruel, 

ferocious , (fig.) uncivilized , 

ignorant. 
BarbarrSo, sm. a long beard. 
Barbasco, sm. {bot ) eow*B lung- 

wort 
Barbata, sf. Y. Bravata, 
Barbatado, sm. (heral.) is súd 

of a âsh with nns of dijferent 

enamel. 
Barbatana, sf. the fin of a físh. 
Barbatear. V. Bravatear, 
Barbato, sm. lay-brother. 
Barbeado, a, pp. adi. shaved. 
Barbeadura, sf. a shavin^. 
Barbear, va. to shave, tobarber. 
Barbearia, sf. a barber*s shop. 
Sarbeohado, a,pp, adj. fallowed 
BarboGhar, va, to fallov, to 



piougb a piece of ground un- 

tillea for some years. [ing. 

Barbeoho, sm. the ârst plough- 
Barbeiro, sm. barber. 
Barbella, sf, a curb of a bridle. 
BarbelISes, sm. pi. barfoles, a 

horse disease. 
Barbeta, sf. (/brí.) barbe, barbet. 
Barbicacho, sm. a halter. 
Barblforme, adj. 2 g. beard- 

shaped. 
Barbilhão, sm. inat. hist ) a kind 

of beard that hungs under the 

beak of some birds. 
Barbilbo, sm. a muzzle 
Barbilimpo, adj. beardless 
Barbilouro, sm. ipoet.) he that 

has a fair beard. 
Barbinegro, adj. that has a 

black beard. 
Barbipoente, adj. 2 g. he that 

begins to have a beard. 
Barbiruiva, sf a bird called red- 

tail 
Barblruivo, a, adj. red-bearded. 
Beirbiteso, a, adj that has a stiff 

beard ; (fig.) a rough man. 
Barbo, sm. a barbei. 
Barboneo, adj and s a capu- 

chine friar. 
Barbote, sm. the part of the 

hehnet that covers the chin. 
Barbuda, 5/!. an ancient coin. 
Barbado, a, pp. adj. bearded. — 

sm. {nat. hist ) a kmd of bird. 
Barbusano, sm. a kind of tree. 
Barca, sf. bark, great boat, craft 
Barca, sf. a wattled cover for 

envelopping some glassy ves- 

sels. 
Barcada, sf. a boat-load. 
Barcagem, sf. the fare paid to 

the waterman. 
Barcarolla, sf barcarolle. 
Barco, sm. boat. 
Bar colas, sf.pl. {a sea term) — das 

escotilhas, coamings of the 

hatches. 
Barda, sm, fence or hedgOo Em 

— , adv. a great deal 
Bardado^ a, pp adj. ctvcJvQ^».^ 

\ Bardar, ua, \o ftii<i\<i^^ ^^^^^ *• 



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^ — i36 — 



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thorn edge, to make a sheep- 

fold. [apoet. 

Bardo, sjn. a fence, an edge, oard, 
Bareja, sf. V. Vareja. 
Bareta, sf. (anc.) a cap, a bonnet. 
Barga, sf. a tatched nouse. 
Bargadas , sf. pi. the upper and 

inner part oi the thign of a 

horse. 
Barganha, sf. barter, bargain. 
Barganhar, va. to barter, to bar- 
gain, to chop. [bond. 
Bargante, sm. a knave, a y2i.s9L- 
Barganteado, a, pp. adj. that nas 

had a dissolute life. 
Bargantear, vn. to ramble, to 

have a dissolute life. 
Bargan teria, sf. knavery. 
Bargueiro, sm. he who makes 

lishing-nets. 
Barilha, sf. {bot.) barilla. 
Barinel, sm. small ship used iu 

the Mediterranean sea. 
Barjoleta, sf. a leatherpurse. 
Barlaventeado , a, pp, adj. 

worked to the windward. 
Barlaventeador, a, adj. that 

plies to the windward. 
Barlaventear, vn. (a sea term) to 

ply to the windward. 
Barlaventejar, vn. (a sea term) to 

abandon a ship to the mercy 

of the wind. 
Barlavento, sm. (a sea term) the 

windward. 
Bamabitas, 8m.pl. Barnabites. 
Barometrioamente, adv. baro- 

metrically. [rometrical. 

Barometrico, a, adj. {phys.) ba- 
Barometro, sm. barometer. 
Barometrographia, sf. a des- 

cription of barometers. 
Barometrographo, sm. barome- 
ter adapted to a pendulum. 
Baronete, sm. baronet. 
Baroneza, sf. baroness. 
Baronia, sf. barony, baronage. 
Baroscopio, sm. baroscope. 
Barqueiro, sm. a water-man or 

boat-man. fin a boat. 

Barguejado, a, pp. adj. carried 
Barquejar, vn. to govern a boat, 
to go in a boat. 
sarra, sf. a. bar at the entrance 



of a harbour. — de prata^ a bar 

of silver ; {herald ) bar. 
Barraca, sf. barrack, tent. 
Baxrachel, sm. an offícer to carry 

fuilty soldiers and deserters 
efore the provost-marshal. 
Barrado, a, pp. adj. clayed. — 

{heral.) barry. 
Barrai, sm clay-pit. 
Barramaque, sm. a rich stnff 

used by the bishops. 
Barranceira, sf. the bank of a 

river. 
Barranco, sm. ravine, slough, 

precipice , {fiÇ') an obstacle, 
Barrancoso, a, adj. hollowed, 

full of ravinesi {fig.) hard. 
Barranhão, sm. a small earthen 

vessel for diflferent uses. 
Barrarios, sm.pl. the inhabitants 

of the same ward. 
Barrar, va. to clay, to cover with 

clay, to make into bars , to 

trim, to put a tape or hem in 

a woman s gown. 
Barregã, sf. a concubine; a 

strong woman. 
Barregana, sf. barracan. 
Bsirregão , sm. a. large man , a 

man who keeps a concubine. 
Barregar, vn. to bawl as a child. 
Barreguice, sf. concubinage. 
Barreira, sf. oarrier, rail field- 

gate í {fig.) limits, bar, obsta- 
cle. [with barriers. 
Barreirado, a, pi>. adj. furnished 
Barreirar, va. to furnish with 

barriers. íif^ff-) ^ deceit. 

Barreia, sf. lye-washing, lie , 
Barreletro, sm. lie-ashes dried 

up. [clayish. 

Barrento, a, adj. full of clay, 
Barretada, sf. capping, cringing. 

Fazer — , to flatter. 
Barrete, sm. cap, bonnet. — de 

dormir., a night-cap. 
Barreteiro, sm. a cap-maker. 
Barretina, sf. a sort of military 

cap. 
Barrica, sf. cask, barrei. 
Bfurricada, sf {fort.) barricado. 
Barricadado^ a^ pp. adj. barri- 

caded. 
Ba3CTioaâaX) wa. \íí \iwn^<5»aa• 



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Barricadar-se^ vr. to barricade 

one's self, to stop the passage. 
Barriga, sf. belly, paunch ; prer- 

nancy. — da perna, the calf 

of the leg. Estar com a — para 

o ar, to look on the sky. 
Barrigada, sf. belly-full. 
Barrigudo, a, adj. big-bellied. 
Barril, sm. barrei, cask. O que 

fajs barris, cooper. 
Barrilada, sf. a naughty trick ; 

confusion. 
Barrilete, sm. a joiner^s hold- 

fast; the barrei of a watch; 

(a sea term) a hold-fast. 
Barrilha, sf. barilla, potash. 
Barro, sm, clay, potter's earth. 
Barroca, sf. a gutter made by a 

■water-flood. [ravines. 

Barrocal, sm. a place full of 
Barroco, sm. arough or Scotch 

pearl. 
Barroso, a, adi. clayey, marly. 
Barrotar, va. [carp.) to settle the 

beams. 
Barrote, sm. a rafter, a beam. 
Barruntar, va. to guess at a 

thing, to foresee. 
Barrunto, sm. {anc.) suspicion, 

conjecture. [partrldge. 

Bartavella, sf. {nat. htst) the red 
Bartldoiro, sm. {a sea term) a 

boafs skeet. 
Barulhado , a , pp. adj. con- 

founded, embroiled. 
Barulhar, va. to confound, to 

embroil. [marplot. 

Barulheiro, sm. a bnsy-body, a 
Barulho, sm. noise, uproar, ta- 

mult. 
Baryta, sf. baryte. 
Barytono, sm. {music.) barytoue. 
Basal, sm. {bot.) basaal. 
Basáltico, a, adj. basaltic. 
Basalto, sm. basalt. 
Basanite, sm. basanite. 
Basbaque, sm. a stupid fellow. 
Basbaquice, sf. simpliclty, non- 

sense. 
Basòolejar, va. V. Yascolejar 

and derivated. 
Baaoulhador, sm. eira, sf. he or 

^^tít&t sweeps. 

r, va, to sweep. 



Basculho, sm. a broom to sweep 

the dust. 
Base, sf. base, foundation ; [arch.) 

base, pedestal; {mathem.) the 

bottom of any íigure. 
Basear, va. to found, to útl or 

set. Éasear-se, vr, to be âxed 

or set. [base. 

Basifixo, a, adj. âxed by the 
Basilar, adj. pertaining to the 

base. 
Basílica, sf. basilic, cathedral; 

(anaí.Jthe inner vein of the arm. 
Basillcao, sm. basilicon. 
Basilicario, sm. an ecclesiastic 

that assists the pope when he 

says mass. [tutions. 

Basílicas, sf. pi. basilic consti- 
Basilisco, sm. \nat. hist.) a basi- 

lisk. [hautboy. 

Bassanello, sm. kind of Venetian 
Bassoura, sf. V. Vassoura. 
Basta, sf. quilting of a mattress. 
Bastaznente, adv. Y, Bastante- 

mente. 
Bastança, sf. V. Abundância. 
Bastante, aaj. sufficient, enough. 
Bastantemente, adv. suMcient- 

ly, abundantly. 
Bastão, sm. stick, staff, cane. 
Bastar, vn. and vr. to sufâce, to 

be sufficient. [nerated. 

Bastardeado, a, pp. adj. dege- 
Bastardear, vn. to degenerate. 
Bastardia, af. bastardy. 
Bastardo, a, adj. bastard, ille- 

gitimate. 
Bastardo, sm. a bastard. Yinho 

— , a kind of sweet wine. — (a 

sea term) the largest sail of a 

galley. 
Basteado, a, pp. adj. quilted. 
Bastear, va. to quilt a mattress. 
Bastecedor, sm. purveyor; one 

who proTides. [tual. 

Bastecer, va. to provido, to vic- 
Bastecido, a, pp. adj. provided 

"with victuals. 
Bastecimento, sm, the act of 

providing. 
Bastião^ sm. \^9t.'aM\o\v. 
BasUda, sf. "^llç^ç^âL ot \Msísi«t ^aRk^ 
togetlaet. 

BaBítiâiãiO, sf. ^ôTAvVj- 






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Bastido, a, adj. clungorattickisg 

close together. 
Bastidor, sm. an embroiderer^s 

frame. — a straining frame for 

a picture. Bastidores de tkeatro, 

sm. pi. the wing of a scene in a 

theatre. 
Bastilha, sf. bastile. 
Bastimento , sm. ali sorts of 

warlike provisions. 
Basto, a, adj. thick, close (Jlg.) 

copious numerous. 
Bastonada, sf. bastinade. 
Bastonário, sm. (anc.) staffman, 

beadle. 
Bastura, sf. thickness, densíty. 
Batalha, sf. a battle, fig-ht. — na- 
val — , a sea fight. Cavallo de — , 

a war-horse. 
Batalhado, a, pp. adj. fighted, 

disputed. 
Batalhador, sm. a great comba- 

tant. 
Batalhante, adj. 2 g. {herald.) 

said of beasts represented in a 

fighting posture. 
Batalhão, sm. battalion. 
Batalhar, va. to battle, to fight ; 

ifig.) to dispute. 
Batata, sf. potatoe. 
Batatada, sf. sweetmeat made of 

potatoes. [potatoes. 

Batateira, sf. the plant tnat bears 
Batateiral, sm. a plaee where po- 
tatoes grow. 
Batavo, a, adj. and s. pertaining 

to Batavia. — , s. Hollander. 

Dutchman. 
Batea, sf. {rniner.) a vessel to 

wash gold m. 
Bateada, sf. the portion of gold 

contained in a batea. 
Bateado, a, pn. adj. washed in 

the vessel called batea. 
Batear, va. to -wash gold in a 

batea. 
Batecú, sm. the stroke a man 

gives on the grotmd when he 

falis on the breech. 
Batedoiro, sm. a place for beat- 

jng- any thiDg. 
Batedor, sm. beater, one that 

afjSxed to the door. 



Batedora, sf. beating; pnlsa- 

tion ; a knock. 
Batefolha, sf a gold-beater. 
Bátega, sf. — éTagua^ a snâden 

shower. — do campo, a scout. — 

do trigo na eira, a thresher. 
Bateira, sf. a boat ; a bark. 
Batel, sm. a Itttle boat. 
Batelada, sf. the load of a boat. 
Bateleiro, sm. waterman, boat- 

man. 
Batente, sm. the side çosts of a 

door. Porta com dois — *, a 

folding-door. 
Bater, va. to beat, to strike, to 

hammer. — com o pé, to stanç 

with one*s foot. — moeda, to 

coin money. — com as mãos, to 

applaud. Bater-se, vr^ to fight, 

to combat. 
Bateria, sf. battery, beating as- 

sault. Plantar uma — , ifortif.) to 

raise a batterv. — de cozinha, 

kitchen ntensils. 
Batibarba, sf. gentle blow under 

the chin. 
Batida, sf. beating, venery; a 

carrier of a horse. 
Batido a, pp. adj. beaten, beat. 

Navio — ^elo vento, a ship tossed 

by the wind. 
Batimento, sm. the act of beat- 
ing against a thing. 
Bato, sm. a, kind of game. 
Batoca, sf. a great rammer. 
Batocado, a, pp. adj. stopped 

vith a bung. [chain-bolts. 

Batocadnras, sf. pi. {a sea term) 
Batocar, va. to bnng, to stop with 

a bung. 
Batocfue, sm. the hole in a pipe 

wherein the stopple is put ; tne 

stopple or bung. 
Batorelha, sm. a foolishman. 
Batraca, sf. [med.) batrachus. 
Battologla, sf. {gramm.) batto- 

logy; babbling. 
Batucar, vn. tol)eat often. 
Batuque, sm. a kind of Afirican 

dance. 
Baunilhas, sf. {bot.) vanilla. 
Baatlzax, va. and derivated. V. 

Baptisar. VV?^^^^V 

; Baozeax^ "on. ^a sea teni\\^^V^^^ 



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Baviera, sf. {geog.) Bavaria. 
Bavaro, a> aaj. and s. Bavarian, 

native of Bavaria. 
Baxào, sm. bassoon. 
Baxete, sm. a bench for the 

casks and pipes. [ravine. 

Ba3rancay sf. a break in land, 
Bayoneta, sf. V. Baioneta. 
Bazar, sm. bazar, market. 
Bazamco, sm. Indian com of 

small value. [laris. 

Bazilar, sm. (anat.) artéria basi- 
Bazofia, sf. boast, boastins^, 

bragging. [bragged. 

Bazofiado, a, pp. adj. boasted, 
Bazofiar, vn. toboast, to brag. 
Bazofio, sm. braggart, boaster. 

— adj. boas tf ul. 
Bazze, sm. a coin of Germany. 
Bdellio, sm. bdellium. 
Beata, sf. religious woman; fe- 

male bigot. [beatifically. 

Beatamente , adv. bigotedly, 
Beateira, sf. a woman that likes 

the conversation of the bigots. 
Beateiro, sm. he who likes the 

bigotry. 
Beatice, sf. bigotry, big^otism. 
Beatifico, a, adj. beatifícal, besr 

tific. 
Beatificação, sf. beatiíicatíon. 
Beatificado, a, pp. adj. beatified, 

blessed. [fies, beatifier. 

Beatlficador, sm. he who beati- 
Beatificamente , adv. beatifi- 
cally. 
Beatificar, na. to beatify. Beatt- 

ficar-se, vr. to be beatined. 
Beatificavel, edj. 2 g. {theol.) 

that may be beatified. 
Beatilha, sf. linen to make white 

veils for "women. 
Beatltude, sf. beatitnde, bles- 

sedness. 
Beato, a, adj. blessed, happy. 

Falso — , a bigot, bypocrite. 
Bebedice , sf. drunkenness , 

ebriety. 
Bêbedo, a, adj. drunk^ drunken. 
BebedoirO) sm. cnp for birds to 

drink in ; a watefing>-place, a 

horse-pond. 
Bàbedaty aiy sm. or f. drinker. 



Beber, sm. Beberes, sm.pl. drink, 

drinking. 
Beber, va. to drink, to imbibe, to 

qpaff. — de mais, to out-drink. 

Èeber azeite^ to be very sly. 
Bebera, sf. a black long fig so 

called. [draught, drmk. 

Beberagezn , sf. beverage . 
Bebereira, sf. the fig-tree that 

bears beberas. [drink. 

Beberete, sm. small dran^ht or 
Beberrão, ona, adj. and s. btbber, 

drunkard, toper. 
Beberraz, sm. bibber, drunkard. 
Beberrica, sm. drtmkard. 
Beberricado, a, pp. adj. sipped, 

tippled. 
Beberricador, sm. drunkard. 
Beberricar, va. to tipple, to sip. 
Beberronia* sf. a drinKing gree- 

dily ; a company of drinkers. 
Beberrote, sm. árunkard, toper. 
Bebida, sf. drink, drinking. Loja 

de bebidasj coffee-house. 



Bebido, a, pp. adj. drunk 
Bebra 

dart. 



o, a, wp. c 

, sf. [anc. 



) a short spear or 



Beca, sf. a magistrate' s gown ; 
a welt or scari worn by fellows 
of coUeges. 

Becabunga, sf. {liot.) becabun^a. 

Bechico, adj. ano s.inied.) Medtctp- 
mento — , becchic medicine. 

Beco, sm. alley, lane. — com sa- 
hida, a thorough-fare. — sem sa- 
hida, a blind alley. [chiseL 

Bedame, sm. {carp.) a kind of 

Bedegar, sm. bedeguar. 

Bedel, sm. beadle. 

Bedelbo, sm. meddler. 

Bedelia, sf. beadleship. 

Bedem, sm. Moorish cloak for 
rainy weather. 

Beduinos, «m. pi. Bedouins. 

Beguina, sf. beguin, nun. 

Begninaria, sf. a recluso life. 

Beguinos, sm. pi. friars, monks. 

Bemiquella, sf. {bot.) a medicinal 
pTant. 

Bebexnotb, sm. hippopotamns. 

Befaen, sm. (jEkot.N^içJtv^i^y^t^k^vk.- 
ing to \ta^\i, tw^e» ix^Tti\à?a^^ 



j 



i 



BEL 



— 140 — 



BEM 



its lord whom it pleases. — {fig.) 

Dover-court. 
Beiça, sf. a blobber-lip ; çout. 
Beiçada, sf. thick and nanging 

lips. 
Beiço, sm. lip. — rachado^ hare- 

lip. Dar a alguém com o mel 

pelos — s, to amuse one with fair 

premesses. 
Beiçudo, a, adj. blobber-lipped. 
Beijado, a, pp. adj. kissed. 
Beijador, a, adj. and s. kisser. 
Beijamão, sm. the kissing of a 

sovereign's hand, levee. 
Beijar, va. to kiss. Beijar-se, w, 

to kiss each other. 
Beijo, sm. kiss; salute. 
Beijoca, sf. a loud kiss. 
Beijocar, va. tobe always kissing. 
Beijoim, sm. benjamin cr benzoin. 
Beijoinico, a, adj. benzoic. 
Beijú, sm. kind of paste made of 

the flower of the root of man- 
dioca. 
Beira, sf. bank, shore; brink, 

edge. 
Beiraxnar (a), adv. on the sea- 

coast. — s, and adj. the sea- 

coast. [cloth. 

Beirame, sm. a sort of cotton 
Belbate, sm. cotton velvet. 
Beldade, sf. {anc.) beauty, a 

beautiful woman. 
Beldroega, sf, {hot.) the herb 

purslane. 
Beleguim ,5 m. a bailifiTs foUower. 
Belexnnita, sf. belemnites. 
Belfo, a, adj. blobber-lipped, ha- 

ving a hanging under-lip. 
Belga, adj. and s. 2 g. Belg^an, 

pertaining to Belgium. 
Bélgica, sf. [geog.) Belgium. 
Belgico, a, adj. Belgic, Belgian. 
Bellião, sm. {anc.) a sort of coin. 
Belho, sm. the shooter of a lock. 
Belhó, sm. a dough made of eggs, 

butter, etc, a mtter. 
Beliche, sm. {a sea term) any small 

cabin in a ship. 
Belida, sf. a white spot in the eye. 
Belis or Beliz, adi. 2 g. subtUe, 

ãcute of mina ; [fia.) rascai. 
Belladona, sf. (bot.) belladona or 
deãdljr night-shsáe. 






Bellagarça, sf. {nat. hist.) a bird 

of Ásia. [fulljr. 

Bellaxnente, adv, fairly, beauti- 
Belleza, sf. l3eauty. 
Bellicamente, aav, bravely, va- 

liantly. [martial. 

Bellico, a, adj. (poet.) bellicose, 
Bellicosazuente, adv. with a 

martial spirit. [tial. 

Bellicoso, a, adj. warlike, mar- 
Belligerante, adj. 2 g. bellige- 

rent. 
Belligero, a, adj. warlike, mar- 
tial, belonging to war. 
Bellipotente, adj. 2 ^.bellipotent, 

powerful in arms. [nipped. 

Belliscado, a, pp. adj. pincned, 
Belliscadura , sf. pinching ; 

scratch. 
Belliscão, sm. pinch, nip. 
Belliscar, va. to pinch, to nip. 
Bellisono, a, adj. {poet.) that has 

a warlike sound. 
Bello, a, adj. fair, beautiful, 

handsome, ime, ^aceful. Uma 

— a morte^ a glorious death. 
Bellona, sf. {myth.) Bellona. 
Belluino, a, adu beíluine, beastly. 
Belluoso, a, aaj. {poet.) abounding 

with beasts. 
Belluta, sf. {hot.) belluta. 
Belxnaz, sm. a nail with a golden 

head ; an escutcheon knob. 
Belomancla, sf. belomancy. 
Belsazuão, sm. (6o^) aname given 

to the balsam of Gilead. 
Beluca, s. (nat. hist.) a kind of 

white dolpnin. [(fish). 

Belugas, s. {nat. hist.) beluga 
Belveder, sm, belvidere, cheno- 

podium. 
Bem, sm. good, beneiit, adyan- 

tage, happiness, satisfaction ; 

{fam.) sweet-heart. Homem de 

— , an honest man. 
Bem. adv. well, right, just, much, 

very, exactly. A — • dizer j as it 

were. Fatiar — , to speak a good 

language. [accomplished. 

Bem-acabado, a, adj. perfect, 
Bem-acondioionado, a, adj, in 

good condition. 
Bem-aooBtaxQQcdo , a^ ojí^ ^^c^^m^^ 

-with. good m.8iiiii«x^. 



wm 



BEM 



— 141 — 



BEN 



adv. 



Bem - afortunadamente , 

happily, prosperously. 
Bem-afortonado, a, adi. fortu- 

nate, lucky. faarling. 

Bem-amado, a, adj. beloved; 
Bem - aventoradamente , adv. 

happily. 
Bem-aventurado, a, pp. adj. 

blessed, fortunate, happy. 
Bem-aventurança, sf. happi- 

ness, good-luck. 
Bem-aventurar, va. to make 

happy, lucky. 
Bembel, sm. {alch.) mercury. 
Bemcriado, a, adj. well man- 

nered, courteous. 
Bemdado, a, adj. — com todos^ 

kind, loved hy ali persons. 
Bemdito, a, pp. adj. blessed, 

praised; prosperous. [nate. 
Bemditoso, a, adj. happy, fortu- 
Bemdizente, adj. 2 g. toat speaks 

well of one, discreet; eloauent. 
Bemdizer, va. to praise, to bless. 
Bem-estar, sm. well-being, ac- 

commodation. 
Bem-estreado, a, adj. well-look- 

ing. [spoken. 

Bem-fallante, adj. 2 g. well 
Bemfazejo, a, adj. beneâcent, 

kind; propitious. 
Bemfazente, adj. 2 g. benefícent, 

kind; propitious. 
Bemfazer, va. to do good to 

another. — sm, beneât, good Of- 
fice. 
Bemfelto, a, adi. well performed, 

well favourea. — sm. benefít, 

favour. 
Bemfeitor, sm. benefactor. 
Bemfeitora, sf. benefactress. 
Bemfeitoria, sf. an improve- 

ment. [proved, bettered. 

Bemfeitorisado, a, pjp. adj. im- 
Bemfeitorisar, va. to improvei 

to better. 
Bem-intencionado, a, adj. well- 

aflfected, well-minded. 
Bem-me-queres, sm. {bot.) raari- 

gold. [aescended. 

Benmado, a, adj. -well-born, well- 
Bemnascido, a, adj. well-born, 

weJl-descended. \ dei 

«w. (mus.) bemol, flat. | to 



Bemolado, a, adj. that has the 

flat. 
Bemparecido , a, adj. well- 

favoured, well-lookinff. 
Bemposto, a, adj. well-looking, 

elegant. [thougn. 

Bemque, conj. though or tho\ al- 
Bemquerença, sf. kindness, be- 

nevolence. 
Bemquerente, adj. 2 g. aífec- 

tionate, benevolent. 
Bemquerer, va. to love, to wish 

one well. — sm. affection. 
Bemquerias, sf, pi, {anc.) lover 

V. Amores. 
Bemquistado, a, pp. adj. well- 

beloved; conciliated. 
Bemquistar, va. to conciliate, to 

reconcile. 
Bemquisto, a, adj. well-beloved. 
Bemsabido, a, adj. notorious, 

kno-wn, manifest; wise. 
Bemsoante, adj. 2 g. that sounds 

well; melodious. 
Bemtere, sm. a bird of Brazil. 
Bemtevl, sm. {nat, hist.) a bird of 

Brazil. 
Bemvinda, sf. welcome. 
Bemvindo, a, adi. welcome. 
Bemvlsto, a, aaj. well-beloved. 
Benção, sf. benediction, blessing, 

prayer. 
Benedicite, sm. grace. 
Benedicta, sf. {pharm.) a benedit 

electuanr. 
Benedictmo, a, adi. benedictine. 
Beneficência, sf. oeneficence. 
Beneficente, ao;'. 2^. beneâcent, 

kind. 
Beneficiado, a, pp. adj. bene- 

fíced. — sm. he who holds a 

beneflce. 
Beneficiador, a, adj. beneficiai, 

kind, beneficent. 
Beneficiai, adj. 2 g. beneficiai, 

respecting benéficos. 
Beneficiar, va. to do good to 

another; to cultivate, to im- 

prove; to confer a benefice. 

jBeneficiar-sey vr. to get a bené- 
fico. 
BeneUoiaxVo, Qi> ad,j . Vju\owSMlw- 
deiro — , \í€í ^\ío Vwí ^ -fgtvi^í^síf^ 



BEQ 



— U2 — 



BES 



Benefldov sm. benefit» advan- 

tage, profit. — ecclesiastieOy a 

benefice, aliving. — simples^ si- 

necure. [kind, liberal. 

Beneficioso, a, adj. b«neficent, 
Beneíicivel, adj. 2 g. that may 

be improved. 
Benéfico, a, adj. beneficiai» bene- 

ficent, liberal. 
Benemerência, sf. desert, merít. 
Benemérito, a, culj. -well-deserv- 

ing, very worthy. 
Beneplácito, sm. leave, permis- 

sion, consent. [the altar. 

Benesse, sm. altarage, profíts of 
Benevolamente, adv. benevo- 

lently, kindly. [kindness. 

Benevolência, sf. benevolence, 
Benévolo, a, adj. benevolent, 

gentia, kind. 
Bengala, sf. cane or stick. 
Bengalada, sf. a blow or stroke 

•with a cane. 
Bengaleira, sf. canna, rattan. 
Bengaleiro, sm. he who makes 

or sells canes. 
Bengali, sm. {nat. hist.) ben^alee. 
Benignamente, adv. benignly, 

kindly. [goodiaess. 

Benignidade, sf. benignity, 
Benigno, a, adj. bonntiful, cour- 

teous, kind. 
Benjamim, sm. darling. 
Benjoeiro, sm. a tree from which 

by incision is distilled the ben- 

zoin. 
Bens, sm. pi. estate, chatteis, 

riches. — moveis, moveables. — 

de raix, landed property. 
Benta, sf. {bot.) herb-bennet. 
Bentixiho, sm. a sort of scapulars. 
Bento, a, adj. consecrated, holy. 
Benzedeiro, a, sm. or f. a kind 

of conjurer; impostor. 
Benzedura, sf. the act of conse- 

crating. [bless. 

Benzer, va. to consecrate, to 
Benzido, Si^pp.adj. consecrated, 

blessed. [sing. 

Benzimento, 5771. the act of bles- 
Benzoico, sl, adj. benzoic. 
Betjuadro, sm. (micsie.) mnsieai 
si^n for putting a note again in 
Hs natural tone. 






Beque, tm. {a sea term) the beak, 

the head of a ship. 
Berbeqiiim, sm. a thrill, drUI. 
Berçada, sf. a shot of an ancient 

sbort-cannon called berço. 
Berço, sm. cr adie ; an ancient 

cannon ; a sort of vault. 
Bergamota, sf. bergamot-pear ; 

a sort of lemoD. 
Bergantim, sm. (a sea term) bri- 

gantine, brig. [plant. 

Bergia, sf. a caryophiUeated 
BerUlo, sm. beryl. 
Beringela, sf. mad-apple. 
Berlina, sf. berlin, a sort of tra- 

velling chariot. 
Berma, sf. (fort.) berm or space 

of gronnd let at the foot of a 

rampart. [sense. 

Bemardice, s. simplicity, non- 
Bemeca or Bernaca, sf. bar- 

nacle, a soland goose. 
Bemeo or Berne, sm. âne red 

cloth. 
Beroes, sm. pi. {nat. hist.) beroes 

(marine animal). 
Berra, sf. the rut of deer. 
Berrado, a, pp. adj. bellowed, 

bawled. 
Berrar, vn. to bellow as a kine; 

to blare as a cow. [do. 

Berregar, va. to cry as children 
Berreiro, sm. bawling, the loud 

cries of a child. 
Berro, sm. the bellowing or 

lowing of kine, etc. [rinha. 

Beryllo, sm. beryl. V. Agua mar 
Besantado, a, adj. {herald.) fuU 

of bezants. 
Besante, sm. bezante (coin.) — 

{herald.) a round piece of gold 

or silver. 
Besbelho, sm. the arse. 
Besbelhoteira, sf. a vile voman. 
Besbelhoteiro, sm. a base man. 
Besoartico, sm. bezoardic. 
Besoiro, sm. the great hom beetie 

or butterfly. 
Bespa, sf. wasp. 
Besta, sf. beast, brute. — domeS' 

tica, a tarae beast ; {ftg.) an ill- 

breÁ f eWo^ , «l ^.vVl^ , brutish man. 
Bèatdi, sf. cTo^s-\io^. \5N^i% 

BeStscavsDXA, ad-o. loo\\ái^^ ., ?!Ga- 



BEX 



— J43 — 



BIC 



Besteira, sf. {bot.) wild black 

hellebore. 
Besteiro^ sm. a cross-bow man ; 

a sort of fluttering ínsect. 
Bésteria, sf. soldiers armed with 

cross-bows. 
Bestiães, sm. pi. works with em- 

bossed figures of animais. 
BesUagem, sf. beasts, horses^ 

mnles. 
Bestial, adj. bestial, beastl^. 
Bestialidade , sf. beastliness , 

bestiality. 
Bestialmente , adv. bestially , 

brutishly. 
Bestião, sm. apiece of \70rkwith 

embossed figures of beasts. 
Bestiarios, sm pi. {anc.) bestiarii. 
Bestidade, sf. beastliness, bestiar 

lity. 
Bestilha, sf. a fleam. 
Bestunto, sm. a duU understand- 

ing, a narrow mind. 
Besuntado, a, pp. adj. anointed. 
Besuntar, va. to anomt ali over, 

to besmear. 
Beta, sf. a vein of metal or \p^ood. 
Betado, a, pp. adj. striped. 
Betar, va. to stripe with coloors. 
Betei, sm. betei. v. Bethel. Troot. 
Beterraba, sf. {bot.) beet, oeet- 
Betesga, sf. V. Bitesga. 
Bethel, sm. {bot) betei. [band. 
Betilho, sm. a muzzle, a Aose 
Betonioa, sf. {bot.) betonj. 
Betral, sm, the place where beteis 

gro-w. 
Betulaceas, sf.pl. [bot) family 

of plants of wnich the birch is 

the type. 
BetuUa, sf {bot.) birch. 
Betumado, a, ;3p. adj. besmeared, 

bituminated. 
Betumar, va. to bituminate, to 

besmear with bitumen. 
Betume, sm. bitumen. 
Betuminoso, a, adj. bituminons. 
Bexano* sm a cat; {fig,) a mean 

fellow. 
Bexiga, sf bladder, — do fel, gall- 

bladder. Bexigas, sf.pl. {dise<i8é) 

smaU-pox. Signaes das —, pock 

hojes. [of the small-pox. 

Bexigoso, a, aá(jf. tliat has macks 



Bexiguento, a, adj. and s. that 

has marks of the smíall-pox. 
Bey, sm. a Turkish govemor of a 

town. 
Bezerra, sf. an heifer. 
Bezerro, sm. a bullock, calf. 
Bezoar, sm. bezoar, 
Bezoartico, a, adj. bezoardic. — 

s. a medicine compounded with 

bezoar. 
Bialado, a, adj. that has two 

wings. 
Biangulado, a, aâj. biangulous, 

biangulated. 
Biangular, adj. 2 g. biangulate. 
Biaristado, a, adj. {bot.) having 

two beards. 
BibUa, sf. the Bible. 
Biblico, a, adj. biblical. 
Bibliographia, sf. bibliography. 
Bibliographicamente, ach. ac- 

cording to the bibliography. 
Bibliographioo, a, aaj. biblio- 

graphical. 
Bibliographo, sm. bibliographer. 
Bibliolatha, s. and adj. that has 

many books without under- 

standing them. 
Bibliomancia, sf. bibliomancy. 
Bibliomania, sf. bibliomania. 
Bibliomaniaco, «m.bibliomaniac. 
Bibliophilo, sm. bibliophilus. 
Bibliopola, sni. bibliopolist, book- 

seller. 
Bibliotheca, sf. library [cary. 
Bibliotliecario , sm. bibhothe- 
Biblista, sm. biblist. 
Bibo, sm. anacardium. 
Bibulo, a, adj. bibulous, spungy. 
Bica, sf. the end of a spout. 
Bicàcaro, sm an arrogant, proud 

countenance. 
Bicada, sf. pecking ; beak-fall. — 

de uma serra, tne point of a 

mountain. 
Bicado, a, adj. {herald.) it is said 

of a bird having a bili of diffe- 

rent enamel from that of its 

body. 
Bical, adj. 2 g. sourish^ beaked. 
Blcaliáiio.. sm. «.^tAc^í^^nk^^^"^- 

\Bloapkd\ai. ad^, ^ q.VJí^^A'^^ 



BIP 



— 144 — 



BIL 



Bicha, sf, leech ; serpent, snake. 

ff erva — , (ôoí.) hartwort. 
Bichancros, sm. pi. gestures of 

lovers. [low. 

Bichano, sm, a cat ; a mean fel- 
Bicharia, sf. ali sorts of worms 

and hurtfiu animais. 
Biciharoco, sm. any loathsome 

animal. 
Bicheiro, sm. a long polé to sbôve 

forth a vessel into a deep ; gaff. 

— adj. givinç too much attention 

to trifles ; mmutious. 
Bicho, sm. worm, grub, animal. 

Planta que mata os bichos, worm- 

grass. Pós contra os — «, worm- 

seed. — da cozinha f a scollion. 
Bichoca, sf. a boil or blotch. 
Bichoso, a, adj. -wormy. 
Bicipite, adj. 2 a. two-headed. 
Bico, sm. beak, bill, neb. — dos 

peitos, the nipple of the breast. 

Cala o — , be silent. [beak. 

Bicogrossudo, sm. {ornith.) gross- 
Bicoloreo, a, adj. having two 

colours. 
Bicorne, adj. 2 g. or Bicomeo, 

a, adi. (poet.) bicorn, bicornous. 
Bicubital, adj. 2 g. having two 

cnbits. 
Bicudo, sm. {nat. hist.) a sort of 

fish. — adj. beaked. 
Bicuiba, sf. bicuiba. 
Bicuiheira, sf. the tree that bears 

bicuibas. [in the top. 

Bicúspide, adj. 2 g. slipt, cloven 
Bidenteado, a, or Bidentado, 

a, adj. having two teeth. 
Bidete, sm. poney, galloway. 
Biduo, sm. the espace of two 

days. 
Biennal, adj. biennial. 
Biennio, sm. the space of two 

years. 
Bifar, va. to steal, to steal away. 
Bife, sm. beaf-steak. 
Bifendido, a, adj. cleft, split in 

two parts. 
Bifero, a, adi. {^poetry) biferous, 

that bears fruit twice a year. 
Bífido, a, adj. biâdy bifidate. 
Binoro, a, adj. biflorous. 
Sf^rme, adj. 2 g, biform. 
^iíronte, aãj. 2 ff, double-: 



Biíurado, a, adj. having two 
bores. 

Bifurcação, sf. bifurcation. 

Bifurcado, a,j3p. adj. bifurcated. 

Bifurcar-se, vr. to be bifurcated. 

Bigamia, sf. bigamy. 

Bigamo, a, adj. bigamist. 

Bigemeo, sm. bigeminate, twin 
forked. [twice. 

Bigenito, a, adj. having bom 

Bigle, sm. beagle. 

Bigodes, sm.pí. mustachio, mus- 
taches. Bigode^ sm. the name of 
a game. [mocked. 

Bigodeado, a, pp. adj. scoffed at, 

Bigodear, va. to scoíf, to mock. 

Bigodéira, sf. a tie to keep mus- 
taches in. 

Bigorna, sf. a smith's anvil. 

Bigorrilha, sm. a good for no- 
thing fellow. [eyes. 

Bigotas, sf. pi. {a sea term) dead- 

Bigoto, sm. {a sea term) a dead- 
eye. 

Biguairim, sm. a porter in Ásia. 

Bijugadas, adj. f. pi. {bot.) biju- 
gous ; having two pairs of 
leaflets. [biate. 

Bilabiado, a, adj. {nat. hist.) bila- 

Bilaminado, a, adj. bilaminated. 

Bilbode, sm. hurly-burly. Fogo de 
— , a bonfire. 

Bile, sm. V. Bilis. [pot. 

Bilha, sf. pitcher, an eorthen 

Bilhafre, sm. V. Milhafre. 

Bilhão, sm. biUon, brass-money. 

Bilhar, sm. biUiards. 

Bilharda, sf. a game called cat ; 
tip-cat; a little stick to play 
with. 

Bilhardeiro, sm. he who plays 
at cat or tip-cat. 

Bilhardar, va. to strike a baJl 
twice. 

Bilhete, sm. billet, note, letter. 
— de camarote, a box-ticket. — 
de loteria, a lottery-ticket. — de 
enterro, a funeral letter. — {he- 
rald.) billet, a long square. 

Blliario, a, adj. {meá) biliary. 

Bilingue, adi. t g oilinguous; 



\ 






faced. \ BlUa, sf . \>t1ô, da.o\«c. 



BIP 



— 145 — 



BIS 



BUI, sm. bill ; a \a.w presented to 
the parliament of England. 

Billião, sm. {arith.) biluon. 

Bilrado, a, pp. adj. woven with a 
bobbin. [bins. 

Bilrar, va. to weave with bob- 

Bilro, sm. bobbin. 

Biltre, S7n. rascai, scoundrel. 

Bilustra, adj. {poet.) having two 
lustres. 

Bixnane, adj. 2 g. bimanous. 

Bímar, adj. {poet.) that is among 
two seas. [margins. 

Biinarginado,a, adj. havinç two 

Bimbalhada , sf. a continuai 
ringing of bells 

Bixnbarra, sf. a sort of lever 
made of wood. 

Bimembre, adj. 2 g. composed 
of two parts or limbs. 

Bimetro, a, adj. {poetry) that 
has two sorts of metres 

Bimo, a, adj. that is two vears 
old. 

Binar, va, to dig again. 

Binário, a, adj. binary. 

Binascido, a, adj. that was bom 
twice. 

Binocular, adj. 2 g. binocular. 

Binóculo, sm. binocle. 

Binomino, a, adj. binominous. 

Binómio, adj. and s. {alg.) bino- 
mial. 

Bioco, sm. a veil or mantle under 
which women conceal part of 
the face. 

Blographia, sf. bio^açhy. 

Biographico, a, adj. biographic, 
biographical. 

Biographo, sm. biographer. 

Biologia, sf. that part of physio- 
logy treating of the life in ge- 
neral . [tapestry. 

Biombo. 5m. scrcen; hangings, 

Bipartição, sf. bipartition. 

Bipartido, a, adj. bipartite. 

Bipartivel, adj 2 g. bipartible. 

Bipatente, ac(;. 2 g. that is patent. 

Bipedante, adj. 2 g. {poet.) hav- 
ing two feet . [rooted. 

Bipedal) adi. 2 ff, bipedal, two- 

Bhfedm, adj. 2 g. bipedal, two- 

^<>oted. ftwoedges. 

*f «w. a poie-axe vith 
Pártu L 



Bipinnulado, a, adj. {bot.) bipen- 

nated. [nated. 

Biplume, adj. 2 g. {poet.) bipen- 
Biproa, s. a ship having two 

prows. 
Buiuadrado, a, adj. that is twice 

square. — sm. {malhem.) biqua- 

drate. [quadratic. 

Biquadratico, a, adj. {alg.) bi- 
Biquejar, vn. to stumble, to trip 

in walking. [beaks. 

Biqueira, sf gutter. — «, f. nl. 
Biquintil, sm. [astr.) biquintille. 
Birbante, sm. a vagabond, a vile 

wretch. 
Bireme, sm. {anc.) biremis. 
Biribi. sm. biribi (game). 
Birimbao, sm. a jew's harp , {fíg.) 

a mean fellow. 
Blrostrado, a, adj. birostrated. 
Birra, sf. obstinacy, pertinacy. 
Bilrar, vn. to be stubborn. V. 

Embirrar. 
Birrentamente, ado. with stub- 

borness, purposely. 
Birrento, a, adj. stubborn, opi- 

.niative. [the head. 

Birro, sm. biretum, a covering for 
Birro01ha, sf. {a sea term) a 

kind of stitch. 
Bisagra, sf hinore. 
Bisalho, sm. a bundle of rougli 

dinmonds. 
Bisannual, adj. 2 a. biennial 
Bisannuo, a, adj. biennial. 
Bisarma, sf. a kmd of large two- 

edged hatchet. [ther. 

Bisavó , sm. a great-grand-fa- 
Bisavó, sf. a great-grand-mother, 
Bisbilhoteira,«/'. atell-tale, ahus- 

sy, a slut. [a Nisy-body. 

Bisbilhoteiro, sm. an intriguer , 
Bisbórria, sm. a ridiculous man. 
Bisca, sf. game at cards. 
Biscato, sm. the food that birda 

put in the mouth of their young 

ones. [a biscuit. 

Biscoitado, a, pp. adi. baked as 
Biscoitar, va. to bake as a bU- 

cuit. \^í?^«^. 

Biscolt©teo^sm.^i\^c^J^vav^i^íw^^ <2ft 
Biscoito, sm. Vvscmt.. 
BÍBdona,sf. «^'^^^-«^^^^^^SoSi 



BIV 



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BLO 



Bisegre, «m. shoemaker's tool. 
Bisel , sm. basil (in a printing 

press). 
Bisexual, adj. 2 g. bisexous. 
Bisiphite, adJ. 2 {/• haviníç two 

siphons. [inuth. 

Bismutho or Bismuth, sjn. bis- 
Bisnaga, sf. visnaga, a sort of 

wiW fenuel. [ter. 

Bisneta, sf. a great-grand-daugh- 
Bisneto. S7n. a great-grand-son. 
Bisonharia , sf. inexperience , 

iguorance; awkwardness of a 

recniit. 
Bisonlio, a, adj. raw, inexpe- 

rienceíi. Soldado — , a new-rai- 

sed soldier. 
Bispado, sm a bishopric. 
Bispai, adj. V. Episcopal. 
Bispar, va. to discover. — tm, to 

outain a bishopric. 
Bispo, sm. bishop. 
Bispote, sm. a cnamber-pot. 
Bispo teira, sf. a maid servant 

that pours out the piss-pots. 
Bissecção, sf. [geom?) bisection. 
Bissextil, adj. 2 g. bissextile. 
Bissexto, a, adi. bissextile. — sm. 

the additional day to the leap- 

year 
Bissulcado, a, adj. havisg two 

furrows. — sm. cloven-footed. 
Bistorta, sf. {bot.) bistort, snake- 

weed. 
Blstre, sm. bistre. 
Bisturi, sm. bistouri. 
BisyllalDO , a , adj. having two 

syllables. 
Bitacola, sf. {a sea term) bittacle. 
Bitafe, sm defect. V. Defeito. 
Bitesga, sf. a lane. Metter o rocio 

na — , to do an impossible thing. 
Bithynia, sf. {geog.) Bithynia 
Bithynioo, a, adj. and s. belong- 

ing to Bithynia. [rule. 

Bitola, sf. standard measure; 
Bivac, sm. bivouac. 
Bivaoar, vn. to bivouac, to en- 

camp without tents. 
Bivalve, adj. [nat. hist.) bivalve. 
SJvalvTilado, a, adj, bivalvxir 

Jous, bivalve. 
-B/raro, sm. (nat hist.) a qn*- 



Biviario, a, adj. bivious. 
Bivio, sm. a place termining two 

ways parting of a road. 
Biza, Sf. a straw-mattress. 
Bizarramente, ado. fairly, íine- 

ly ; generously. 
Bizarreado, a. pp. adj. that is 

brave or gallant. 
Bizarrear, va. to play the gal- 
lant; to be fine and gay. 
Bizarria, sf. personal bravery, 

comeliness, [comely. 

Bizarro, a, adj. brave; gallant« 
Blandícias , sf. pi. blandish- 

ments, caresses. V. Afago. 
Blandicioso, a, adj. that makes 

caresses, gentle. 
Blandifluo, a, adj. {poet.) that 

flows softly, gently. 
Blandiloco, a, adj. that speaks 

gently. 
Bláo, adj. {herald.) bine. 
Blasão, sm. (anc.) Iilazon. 
Blasmo, sm. {anc.) blame, repre- 

hension. [boasted. 

Blasonado, 9., adj. blazoned; 
Blasonador, adj and s. aboaster ; 

boastful 
Blasonar, va to blazon a coat of 

arms. — vn. to boast of. 
Blasphemado, a, pp . adj. blas- 

phemed. [phemer. 

Blasphemador, a, sm. or f. blas- 
Blasphemamente, adv. blasphe- 

mously. [phemmg. 

Blasphemante, adj. 2 g. blas- 
Blasphemar, va. to blaspheme, 

to revile God 
Blasphematorio, a, adj. blas- 

Íhemous. 
isphemia, sf. blaspheroy. 

Blasptiemo, a, adj. blasphemons. 

Blataria, sf. (bot ) yellow moth- 
mnllein. 

Blende, sm. blende-ore, 

Bleneophtalmia, sf. {med)jai ge- 
neral denomination of dinerent 
ophthalmies. 

Bleao, a, ad^'. {anc ) stuttering. Y. 
Gago. íof silk lace. 

BloAda^ sf. {comm.) biond, a kind 



dmped and amphibious aainuiLVBlQqiasvc., txu Vi ^Aaoís. ^, v» 



BOC 



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BOF * 



Bloqueio,* sm. blockade, block- 
ing up. [f. V. Bom. 

Boa, sm. {nat. hist.) boa. — adj. 

Boal, adj. 2 ff. Uoa — , a sort of 
grapes. [fully. 

Boamente, adv. willingly, Joy- 

Boanova, sf. a -vhite butterfly. 

Boas-noites, sf. pi. (bot.) mira- 
bilis. [fame, report. 

Boato , sm. rumour, common- 

Boavinda, sf. welcome ; kind re- 
ception. 

Boaz, sm. hantboy. V. Oboé. 

Bobage or Bobagem, sf. buffoon- 
ery, jesting. 

Bobamente, adv. buffoonly. 

Bobear, vn. to buffoon, to behave 
like a buffoon. J®''^* 

Bobice, sf. bilífoonism, baffooB» 

Bobo, sm. buffoon, j éster. 

Boca, sf. mouth, entrance, open- 
in^; passage, aperture. — da 
nmtey night fali, dusk of the 
evening. Bocas^ sf. pL notches, 
jags (in cutting Instruments). 

— rfe fogo^ pieces of cannon. 
A' boca cheia, loudly. Andar na 

— de todosy to be the subject of 
talk. Fazer a — doce^ to allure 

— aberta, gaping ; (/ífl' ) a booby. 
Pela — pequena, slily. Abrir a 
— , to gape, to yawn, to gaze. 

Bocado, sm. a mouthftd ; bit. 
Bocadura, sf. the mouth or 

muzzle of a cannon. 
Bocal, sm. bocal ; the mouth of a 

flask , the brim of a well ; herb- 

stone. [mouth. 

Bocal, adj. 2 g. belonging to the 
Boçal, adj. 2g. ignorant, rude, 

raw. 
Boçar. va. {a sea term) to stow 

the anchor upon the boxr. 
Bocaste, sm. an engine to break 

minerais. 
Bocaxim, sm. buckram. 
Bocejado, a, pp. adj. yawned, 

gaped. 
Booejador, sm.. gaper, yavmer. 
Bocejar, vn. to yawn, to gape. 
^ooejo, sm. jrawning, gaping. 
MooelorBooeliniw, sm. (archit.) 

— *-*'ó7/? ^"^^ ^^^^ ^^ 



Bocelado, a, pp. adj embossed ; 

chased. 
Booelar, va. {arck.) to emboss; 

to chase. 
Boceta, sf. box. Ter alguém n'unia 

— , to take special care of one. 
Bochecha, sf chcek; the hollo^ 

part of the choek. 
Bochechada, sf. a mouth fui. 
Bochechado, a./jp. adj. that was 

taken in the cheeks. 
Bochechão, sm a stroke on tho 

cheeks. 
Bochechar, va. to take somo li- 

quid in the cheeks. 
Bochechado, a, adj. blub- 

cheeked, chub-faced. 
Bochornal, adj. 2 g. burning, 

suffocating. 
Bochomo, sm. a warm Tyind. 
Bócio, sm. a swelling in the 

throat. 
Bodalha, sf. [anc.) a littlo sow. 
Bodas, sf. pi. -wedding, bridai. 
Bode, sm. a buck-goat. 
Bodega, sf. a low eating-house, 

a public house. 
Bodeguelro, sm^ a man '^'ho 

keeps a bodega. 
Bodiao, sm. {nat. hist.) a sea-ilsh 

like a tench. 
Bodo, sm. a holy-day feast. 
Bodoque, sm. a pellet of clay 
Bodumi, sm. lho rank smeU of 

the buck-goat. [ing star. 

Boeira, adj. Estrella —.the motn- 
Boeiro, sm. a -vater-pipe 
Bofa, sf. a ree. [boasted. 

Bofado, a, pp. adj. lunged , {fig.) 
Bofar, va. to cast, to throw out 

of the lungs ; {fig.) to boast. 
Bofe, sm. {anat.) the lungs. Bofes- 

ifig.) courage, heart. Deitar os 

— s pela boca, to be excessively 

fatigued. Homem de mãos — í, a 

mischievous man. 
Bofe or Bofelha, adv. faith, trtúy. 
Bofetái, sm. fine cotton cloth. 
Bofetada, sf. «í.\Aonr cít ^«^ ^t^ 

the cheék-, \S^^^ a^i vavarj. 

BotetSLo, sm. a sXtotx^ ^\«ç.^ ^ 

Boiete sm. \>xvfi^x. ^^O^ 
coviiitor. .«J-^^^«ft- 



BOL 



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BOL 



Bogueira, sf. a hole whero takes 

sEelter the íish called boga 
Bohemia, sf. {geog ) Bohemia. 
Bohemiano, a, adj. and s. Bohe- 

mian [Bohemia. 

Boheinioo, a, adi. belonging to 
Bohexnio, a, adj. Bohemian. — 

sm a short cloak. 
Boi, sm an ox. Carne de — or 

vacca, beef. Ser pé de — , to be 

a prudent man. 
Bóia, sf. a buoy . 
Boiada, sf a herd of oxen. 
Boiadeiro, sm. herdsman, ox- 

driver. 
Boiado, a, pp. adj. floated. 
Boiante, aaj.2g. floating. Navio 

— , a ship that is light laden; 

(/íflr.) liappy. [two handles. 

Boiao, sm. an earthen vessel with 
Boiar, vn. to íloat. 
Bolardo, .swí. boyar. [ninga. 

Boicininga, sf. («aí. hist.) boici- 
Boieiro, sm. a herdsman. 
Bojado, B., pp. adj. jutted. 
Bojador, a, adj. that juts. 
Bo jante, adj. i ^. jutting. 
Bojar, vn. to jut or stand out. 
Bojarda, adj. f. Pêra — , a sort 

of pear. [slanding jib. 

Bojarrona , sf. (a sea term) the 
Bojo, sm. the belly of a bottle ; 

projecture, prominence. 
Bojado, a, adj. round and promi- 

nent. [a bowling-green. 

Bola, sf. bowl, bali. Jogo da — , 
Bolactaía, sf. sea biscuit. 
Bolada, sf. a stroke of a bowl. 
Bolado, a, pp. adj. overthrown 

with a bo-wl. 
Bolandas, sf.pl. Andar em — , in 

great haste, hurried. 
Bolandeira, sf. a wheel of the 

sugar-engine. [bolary. 

Bolar, va. to tip pins. — adj. 2 g. 
Bolarxuenico, sm. bolus, arme- 

nian bole. [ferous. 

Bolbifero, a, adj. {bot.).) bulbi- 
Bolbiforme, adj. 2 g. {oot.) bul- 

bjforju» 
Bolho, sm. bulb. [ceons. 

Solboao, a, adj. bulbous, bulbar 
Bolpado, a, pp, adj. that has vo- 
mited tàe milk (ciúldren). 



Bolçar, vn. to vomit th6 milk. 
Boldrié, sm. a belt or baldrick. 
Bolôa, s. splinter-bar. Cavallo da 

— , the near horse. 
Boleado, a, pp. adj. rounded, 

made round 
Bolear, va. to make round. — vn. 

to mount the near-horse. 
Boleeiro, sm. coachman, pos- 

tilion. 
Boleima, sf. a coarse cake. 
Boleo or Boleio, sm. the act of 

rounding. — the flight of a bali. 

Dar Mwi — , to get a fali. 
Boletim, sm. bulletin. 
Boleto, sm. a soldier's billet 
Bolha, sf. blister. V. Empola. 
Bolliante, adj. 2 g. bubbíing. 
Bolhelho, sm. dirt from the rub- 

bing of the hands. 
Bolhoso, a, adj. bubbly. 
Boliçoso, a, aaj. restless, turbu- 

lent. [stone. 

Bólides, sm. {phys.) a meteoric 
Bolina, sf. {a sea term) bowline . 
Bolinado, a, pp. adj. that sails 

upon the bowline. 
Bolinar, va. to sail upon the bow- 
line. 
Bolineiro, a, adj. that goes with 

a side wind. [capstan. 

Bolinete, sm. {a sea term) a 
Bolla, sf. {anc.) a leaden bali or 

seal with wnich were sealed 

diplomas or charters. 
Bolo, sm. cake. — s, sm» pi. 

strokes with a ferula. 
Bolonio, a, adj. stupid, foolish 

sm. a simpleton. 
Bolor, sm. mouldiness. 
Bolorecer, vn. to mould, to cover 

with mould. 
Bolorento, a, adj. raouldy. 
Bolota, sf. the fruit of the holin- 

tree ; a sort of instrument to 

punish malefactors 
Bolotada, sf. a stroke with the 

instrument called bolota. 
Bolotado,a, adj. fattened with 

acorn. [grow. 

Bolotal, sm. aplace where acorns 
Bolsa, sf. çMXÃ^, ^wílOb. , ^a^V"» 

môeXVa, A-s bolsos, ^^ ^ew^saau 



BOM 



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BOQ 



Bolsaria, sf. the purse of a com- 
munity. 

Bolseado, a, pp. adj. puckered, 
gathered up (clothes). 

Bolsear, vn. to pucker, to gather 
up (said of clothes that do not 
sit well). 

Bolseiro, sm. purse-maker. — 
purser, treasurer. 

Bolso, sm. a pocket. 

Bom, adv. -well, right, well done. 

Bom, adJ. m., Boa adj. f. good 
(in ali its sensos). — homem cr 
homem de bem^ a good man. Um 
homem — para tudo, a man flt 
for every thing. Boa comida^ 
"wholesome food. Elle tem bom pé, 
— olho, he is brisk and vigorous. 
Armo — , new year. A — tempo, in 
time. — tempo, diversion, plea- 
sure. — tempo, fine veather. 
De boa vontaae, 'willingly. Andar 
bom, to be in health. Esta é boa, 
{iron.), this is a fine thing in- 
aeed. Escapar de — , to be out 
of the scrape. Pregar-la boa a 
alguemy to play one a slippery 
trick. [boom. 

Boma, sf. (a sea term) the main 

Bomba, sf. {artil.) bomb, shell ; 
pump , engine. — de vapor, 
steam-engine. — para os incên- 
dios, fire-engine. 

Bombachas , sf. pi. {anc.) a sort 
of wide silk breeches. 

Bombarda, sf. bombard ; a great 
gun, a mortar. [bomb. 

Bombardada, sf. the stroke of a 

Bombardeado, a, pp. adj. bom- 
barded. [ment. 

Bombardeamento, sm. bombard- 

Bombardear, va. to bombard, to 
attack with bombs. 

Bombardeira, sf. bomb-ketch. 
V. Canhoneira. 

Bombardeiro, sm. bombardier. 

Bombaria, sf. a great deal of 
bombs. 

Bombazina, sf. bombazin; corded 
velveteen, thickset. 

Bombeado, a, pp. adj, bom- 
harded. 

BonábesuPi ^O' to bombard. 
Bombeiro, sm. bombardier. 



1 



Bombicia, sf. (&oí.)akind of cane 

or reed. 
Bombloo, a, adj. (chem.) bombic. 
Bombix, sm. a silkworm. 
Bona, adj. f. good or immoveable 

possessions. [man. 

Bonachão , sm . good - natured 
Bonaoho, sm. good-natured man. 
Bonança, sf. calm, prosperity. 
Bonançado, a, pp. adj. that is 

calm, quiet, fair. 
Bonançar, vn. (a sea term) to be 

calm, fair. 
Bonançoso, a, adj. calm, quiet, 

fair; (fig.) happy. 
Bondade, sf. goodness, exccl- 

lence. — de uma terra, fruit- 

fulness of a country. 
Bonduque, sm. {bot.) nickar-tree. 
Boneca, sf. doll, babv ; puppet. 
Boneco, sm. doll; (Jig.)B, puppy, 

a fop. 
Bonet. sm. bonuet, cap. 
Bonicos, sm. pi. the dung of a 

horse. [improvement. 

Bonificação , sf. amelioration , 
Bonificado, a, pp. adj. improved, 

ameliorated. 
Bonificar, va. to improve, to ame- 

liorate. Bonificar-se, vr. to be 

improved or ameliorated. 
Bonifrate, sm. a puppet. 
Bonina, sf. daisv. [nas grow. 
Boninal, sm. a place where Aomí- 
Bonitamente, adv. íinely, beauti- 

fuUy, prettily. 
Boniteza, sf. prettiness, fineness. 
Bonito, a, adj. pretty, fine, 

geuteel. — adv. prettily. — sm. 

a kind of tunny-nsh. 
Bonneta, sf. (fortif.) bonnet (a 

kind of revelin.) 
Bonomia, sf. good-nature. 
Bonzo, sm. a bonze. 
Bootes, sm. {a^tr.) Bootes, tho 

evening star. 
Boqueirão, sm. a gulph, a whirl- 

pool. 
Boqaeiras, sf. pi. little -wounds 

in the cometa Cií V\v^ tsirtoSícv. 
Boquo\ado^ a, i»p. a,<V\. %^^«&5^> 

mo\it\iea, \i=A\.et»^\ Ví>.g>i ^^- 
&v\r ôà "^ 

Boqu.e\aà.\uca, sf . %^\N^^^ 




BOR 



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BOR 



Boquejar, vn. to gape, to matter, 

to open the mouth. 
Boquelho, sm. a little hole near 

the mouth of an oven. 
Boquiaberto, a, adj. gaping. 
Boquiardente, adj. 2 g. that is 

very sensible of the mouth 

(horse). 
Boquicheio, a, adj. Fallar—^ to 

pronounce distinctly. 
Boçniiduro. a, adj. hard-mouthed. 
Boquifranzido, a, adj, that con- 

tracts the mouth. 
Boquim, sm. the mouth-piece of 

a wind-instrument. 
Boquimolle, adj. 2 g. tender- 

mouthed (horses). [mouthed. 
Boquinegro, a, eidj. black- 
Boqroirasgado, a, adj. th&t has 

a large mouth. 
Boquirbto, a, adj. prattling, 

great tulker. 
Boquiseco, a, adj. Ficar — , to be 

at a stand. ímouthed. 

Boquisuxuido , a, aaj. sunk- 
Boquitorto, a, orf/.wry-mouthed. 
Boracico, a, adj. boracic. 
Borate, «m. {chem.) borate. 
Bórax, sm. {chem.) bórax. V. Tin- 

cal. 
Borboleta, sf. a butterfly. 
Borborinbo, sm. a shouting. 
Borborismo or Borborigxno , 

sm. (med.) borboryçm. 
Borbotão, sm. bubblmg up, gush- 

ing out. Borbotões, sm. pi. 

violent gushing of water out of 

a pipe, etc. 
Borbulba, sf. piraple ; bud. 
Borbulhado, a, pp. adj. pimplod, 

budded. 
Borbulhante, adj. [poet.) bub- 

bling. murmuring. 
Borbulhar, va. to gush violently, 

to bubhle up. 
Borbulho, sm. foam, bubble. 
Borbulhoso, a, adj. {poet.) that 

bubl)les up. [rinded figs. 

Boroej otes, adj. pi. Figos — , hard- 

Borceio, sm. {anc.) a part broken 

froin a wh (de. 

■Barco, sm. Ihi —-, with the face 

^^oeá to the ^^Tound. 

'' sf. edge, aide. — do rio. 



the bank of a river. — do mor, 

the sea shore. 
Bordada, sf. tack. [derer. 

Bordadeira, sf. a feraale embroi- 
Bordado, pp. adj. embroidered. 

— sm. emDroidery. [derer. 
Bordador, a, sm. or f. an erabroi- 
Bordadura, sf. edge, border. 
Bordage, s. {a sea term) the ship- 

board. [ian. 

Bordalengo, a, adi. stupid, fool- 
Bordalo, sm. a fisn Uke a stur- 

geon. 
Bordamento, sm. embroidery. 
Bordão, sm. a stick; the base 

string of an instrument ; {fig.) 

help. 
Bordar, va. to embroider. 
Bordegão, sm. a clown, a rustic. 
Bordejado, a, np. adi. that has 

tacked forwaras and backwards 

at sea. 
Bordejar, vn. totackaboutat sea. 
Bordel, sm. a brothel. 
Bordo, sm. shipboard ; tack. Jr a 

— , to go aboard a ship. Narrio de 

alto — , H ship of the line. 
Bordoada, sf. blow, stroke vith 

a stick. 
Bordoado, a. aidj. {herald.\ Crus 

— a, o. cross vith a piígrim- 
staff. 

Boreal, adj. 9 g. northern. Aurora 

— , aurora borealis. 
Boreas, sm. {myth.) Boreaa, the 

northwind. 
Borgonhão, sm. Burgundian. 
Borjaca. sf. a brazier's bag. 
Borjaçotes, sm. pi. and otf/. 

Figos — , hard-rinded fig.«í. 
Borla, sf. a tassel. 
Borlantim, sm. a tumbler; a 

dancer. 
Bomeado, a, pp. adj. {artiU.) 

pointed, levelled. 
Bomear, va. {artill. — uma peçOy 

to levei a cannon. 
Borneio, sm. the end of a lance. 
Bomeira, sf. a millstone. 
Borneiro, a, adj. Trigo — , the 

com ground by the black mill- 

stono cctWeò. BomexTa. Vkít. 

BomVr, «o. a.Ti<iíifcTVNa.\ft^.^ . Bi«r- 
Boroa, sf . \ . Bro€u 



BOR 



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BOT 



Borra, sf. dregs, lees. 
Borraçai, sm. a marsh, bog, fen. 
Borracha, sf. borrachio or leather 

bottle ; Indian rubber. 
Borrachão, sm. a drnnkard. 
Borracheira, sf. drunkness, e- 

briety. Cozer a bm^raeheira^ to 

sleep one's self sober. 
Borracheiro, sm. he -who makes 

leather bottles. 
Borrachia, sf. a little vessel used 

by goldsmiths. 
Borrachice, sf. drunkncss. 
Borrachico, sm. a drusken man. 
Borracho, sm, ayoungpigeon. — 

adj. and s. drunk. Éomem bor- 
racho, a drunken man. 
Borrado, a, pp. adj. blotted out. 
Borrador, sm. minute or first 

draught of any writing; a 

day-book ; a dauber. Pcepel — , 

blotting paper. 
Borradora, sf. blotting, blot. 
Borragem, sf. [bot.) borrage. 
Borrainas, sf.pl. tne stufíing of 

the panneis of a saddle. 
Borralheiro, a, adj. Gato — , a 

cat that lies in the ashes. 
Borralho, sm. embers. 
Borrão, sm. a blot ; a spot of ink. 
Borrar, va. to blot, to olur. 
Borrasca, sf. a squall. storm, 

tempest. 
Borrascoso, a, adj. stormy, tem- 

pestuous; {fig.) violent. 
Borrasseiro, sm. the fali of the 

dew. 
Borreco, sm. a leading ram. 
Borregada, sf. a ilock of lambs. 
Borrego, a, sm. orf. sheep,lamb: 

{fig.) good-natured. 
Borregaeiro, sm. a shepherd. 
BorreUio, sm. a coot, a moor hen. 
Borrento, a, adj. having dregs, 

grounds. 
Borreteado, a, pp. adj. blotted 

out. 
Borretear, va. to blot. 
Borricar, vn. to shower ; to fali a 

small rain. 
Borrifado, a, pp. adj. sprinklcd. 
Bwgj MT, va. to aprÍDkle. 
JBorrííOf sm. tòe acc of sprinkling. 
-Storrtooadii, sf. (anc.) a stonn. 



BoRisco, sm. stidden and heavy 

shower. 
Borro, sm. a lamb. rmaker. 

BorsBeguieiro , sm. a buskin- 
Borzegtdm, sm. bnskin. 
BoBcagetn, sf. a wood ; grove. 
Boeeado, a. pp. adj. spoken, 

carried by the voice of a nerds- 

man. 
Bosear, va. {anc.) to speak to 

animais (to carry them to some 

place). 
Bosel, sm. {arch.) tore, torus. 
Bosphoro, sm. (geog.) Bosphorus; 

channel, strait. 
Bosque, sm. wood, forest. 
Bosquejado, a, pp. adj. sketched ; 

rough-he"wn. 
Bosquejar, va. to sketch; to 

rough-hew. 
Bosquelo, sm. sketch; the first 

draugnt. [protnberance. 

Bossa, sf. (pathol.) nunch, homp ; 
Bosta, sf. dung. 
Bostado, a, pp. adj. dirtied vriih 

dung of cow. 
Bostal, sm. {anc.) an ox-horel. 
Bestar, va. to soil, to dirt^ "with 

dung. [teral mseci. 

Besteiro, sm. {nat. hist.) coleop- 
Bostella, sf. a pimple, a blister. 
Bostellento, a, aaj. pustulous, 

fuU of pimples. 
Bostello, sm. grove; territory. 
Bostelloso, a, adj. pustulous. 
Boston, sm. boston (game). 
Bota, sf. boot. Correias das botas, 

boot straps. — 5 grandes, jack- 

boots. Calçar as botas, to drav 

on boots. — sella, {mil.) signal to 

horse. 
Botado, a, pp. adj. blunted, thick. 
Botafogo, sm. (artil.) a long stick 

with a match-rope to fírc off 

cannon; {fiff.) incendiary. 
Botafora, sf. the departure of a 

ship. 
Botalõs, sm. pi. (a sea term) stnd- 

ding sail-booms. 
Botânica, sf. botaiv^. 
Botânico, a, odi . \io\afi\t, \ícív».- 

nical. ^'''^^'S^^ 

BotanograpkâaL. st- «^^^^*^^^- 
Botaikogr«s»kúco^ ^, .aà:|. '»™' 



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BRâ 



cerning botany and vegetal 

physiology. 
Botanographo , sm. he -who 

makes the description of plants. 
Botanologia, sf. botanology. 
Botanologo, sm. he who writes 

upon plants. Hmancy. 

Botanoxnancia , sf. ootano- 
Botanophilo, sm. he who is fond 

of botany. 
Botão, sm. button; bud, gem. 

Casa do — , a button hole. — 

{gunsmith) knot, sight. — de 

fogo^ (jsurg.) cautery raade by 

fire. — de prata , {bot.) sneeze- 

"wort. 
Botar, va. to cast, to throw, to 

pour out. — a perder^ to spoil. 

— o juizo ifig.) to dull or biunt 

the brain or wit. 
Botareo, sm. [arch.) an arch or 

prop to hold up a wall. 
Bote, sm. i)ass, trush; {fig.) force, 

impetuosity ; a long boat of a 

Elhip. 
Botelha, sf. bottle. 
Botelharia, sf. butlership. 
Botelheiro, sm. butler, an upper 

servant in great houses. 
Botelho, sm. a sort of measure. 
Botica, sf. pharmacy. 
Boticão, stn. pineers to draw 

teeth. 
Boticária, sf. a nun that takes 

care of the pharmacy of her 

convent. 
Boticário, sm. apothecary ; phar- 

macopolist. 
Botija, sf. an earthen vessel with 

a great belly. 
Botilhão, sm. seed weed. V. Alga. 
Botim, s. half-boot. 
Botinas, sfpl. half-boots. 
Botiqueiro, 5w.(anc.) shopkeeper. 
Botiquim, sm. {anc.) coffee-house; 

shop. [lampreys. 

Botirão, sm. a leap for catching 
Boto, a, adj. blunt, dull, set on 

edge (speaking of the teeth. — 

sm. kind of fish. 
Botoeira, sf. a button hole; a 
woman that makes buttons. 
Botoeiro, sm. button-maker. 
•Botcqae, sm. stopple, bung. 






Bottos, sm. pi. priests of the East 
Indies. [buboes. 

Boubas, «/Ip^. venerealpustules; 

Boubento, a, adj. having babões. 
V. Gallicado. 

Bouceira, sf. tow. [oxen. 

Bovicida, sm. he who slaughters 

Bovicidio, sm. the slaughter or 
sacrifice of an ox. [to oxen. 

Bovino, a, adj. bovine, belonging 

Brabante, sm. V. Barbante. 

Brabantez, a, adj. and s. belong- 
ing to Brabant. 

Braça, sf. fathom. [thom. 

Braçada, sf. an armful or fa- 

Braçadeira, 5/. brace. — da ro- 
della^ the handle of the target. 
— s de coche j the main braces 
of a coach. [fasciculiis. 

Braçado, sm. an armful; {bot.) 

Braçal, adj. 2 g. concerning the 
arms. — sm. bracelet ; bracer. 

Braçalmente, adv. wiúi the arms. 

Braçalotes, sm. pi. (a sea term) 
brace pendants. 

Braoamarte, sm. cutlass, a short 
and broad sword. 

Braçaria, sf. the act of throwing 
the bar. [braced. 

Braceado, a, pp. adj. [a sea term) 

Braceagem, sf. coinage. 

Braoear, va. (a sea term) to brace. 

Braceiro, a, adj. {anc.) concern- 
inff the arms. — , sm. a lady'8 
usher. 

Bracejar, va. to exercise the 
arms, to move. [the arms. 

Bracejo, .sm. the act of moving 

Bracelete, sm. bracelet. 

Brachial, adj. 2 g. brachial. 

Brachiologia, sf. brachiology. 

Brachypnea, sf. {med.) brachy- 
pnaea. 

Braço, sm. brack, setting dog. 

Braço, sm. arm; ijig.) power, 
strength. — de terra^ a neck of 
land. — the neck of a fiddle, etc. 
A força de braços^ with maia 
strength. — ecclesiastico, the 
clergy. — secular, the laity 
power. — 5, sm. pi. {a sea term) 
ntaces. — do cavmllo, \Vl^ fore- 
legs oÇ «."ViotEe. Cabirem 0% — a 
alguém^ to íl^s^oxiA.. 



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BRA 



Braçolas, sf. pi. (a sea term) the 

coamings of the hatches. 
Braçado, a, adj. sinewy, brawny, 

strong. [claimed. 

Bradado, a, pp. adj. cried, pro- 
Bradador, sm. he ^ho cries or 

proclairas. 
Bradar, vn. to cry out. 
Brado, sm. cry; shout, clamour. 
Brafoneiras, sf. pi. armours for 

the arms. 
Bragadas, sf. pi. the upper and 

inner part or the thigh of a 

horse. [rent colours. 

Bragado, a, adj spotted of diffe- 
Bragadura, sf. the inner part of 

the thighs oi horses, etc. 
Bragal, sm. {ojic.) coarse cloth; 

an iron ring fixed on the slavc's 

leg. 
Bragas, sf.pl. a sort of hreeches. 
Bragueiro, sm. a truss for rup- 

tures,' (a sea term) the rudder's 

rope. 
Brahxua, sm. Brahma. 
Brahmanes, sm. pi. Bramins. 
Brahmanismo, sm. Braniinism. 
Brama, sf. the rut of deer. 
Bramadeiro, sm. a place where 

deer are joinod together. 
Bramado, a, pp. adj. that has 

roared. [roars. 

Bramador, a, adj. {poet.) that 
Bramente, adj. [poet.) roaring, 

bellowing. 
Bramar, un. to roar, to boUow, 

ifig.) to demand earnestly. 
Bramido, sm. roaring. 
Bramidor, a, adj. and s. a roarer. 
Bramines, sm.pl. V, Brahmanes. 
Bramir, vn. to roar. 
Branca, sf. [anc.) a place full of 

bushes. [ursine. 

Branoa-ursina, sf. {bot.) branc- 
Brancaoento, a, adj. whitish. 
Brancagem, sf. a tax upon the 

bread. [pale. 

Brancal, adj. 2g. (anc.) whitish, 
Brancas, sf. pi. grey hairs. 
Brancliial, adj. 2 g. [nat. hist.) 

that pertains to the gills of a 

fish. 
IBranoo, a, adj white. Que tem. 

caàeUos àrancos^ grej-haired; 



(Aí 
ore 



\g.) pale, afraid. Dar carta 
tranca a alguém, to give one 

full power to do what he pleases. 

De ponto em branco, adv. en- 

tireíy. Armado de ponto em — , 

arraed from top to toe. Cabo — , 

(a sea term) an untarred rope. 
Brancura, sf. whiteness. 
Brandaes, sf. pi. {a sea tenn) 

back-stays. [ly. 

Brandamente, adv. softly, geut- 
Brandão, sm. a torch. 
Brandido, a, pp. adj. brandished. 
Brandiloco, a, adj. (poet.) that 

is expressed with tenderness. 
Brandimento, sm. brandish. 
Brandir, va. to brandish. 
Brando, a, adj. soft, charmíng, 

kind. [tleness. 

Brandura , sf. softness , gen- 
Branqueado, a, pp. adj. whited. 
Branqueador, sm. he who makes 

white ; bleacher. 
Branqueadura. sf -whitenin^'. 
Branqueamento, sm. whitening. 
Branquear, va. to -whitcn; to 

bleach. 
Branquearia, sf. a bleach-yard. 
Branquejar, on. to,whiten, to 

grow white. 
Branqueta, sf. (prmting) blanket; 

{sugar refining) blanket. 
Branquidao, sf. whiteness. 
Branquidor, sm. he who blanches 

the piocGS to bo coined. 
Branquimento, sm. act and 

effect of whiteniog; the wasli- 

ing to whiten silver. 
Branquir, va. to wash silver. 
Bravamente , adv. flercely , 

bravely. 
Bravata, sf, bravado, brag. 
Bravateado, a, pp adj bragged, 

boasted , [bravados. 

Bravatear, vn. to brag, to say 
Bravateiro, sm. a fanfaron. 
Bravejar, vn. V. Esbravejar, 
Braveza, sf fierceness ; bravery. . 
Bravio, sm. {anc.) a price or 

reward . 
Bravio, a, adj. untilled ; untamad^ 

•wild, fetocioxis. 
Bravo, a, adj . íJti^ s .-'«^^^'aa.-í ^^«^N 



5 



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BRI 



Bravosidade , sf, arrogaace , 

pride. 
Bravura, af, l)ravery, courage. 
Braza, sf. live-coal. í^erro em — , 

red hot iron. [mory. 

Brazão, wi. blason, heraldry, ar- 
Brazeiro, sm. a fine-pan; foot- 

warnier; chaffing^disn. 
Brazido, sm. many burning coals. 
Brazil. sm. [(jeng\) Brazil. 
Brazileiro, ã, aaj. and s. Bra- 

zilian, portainiDfr to Brazil. 
Brazilete, sm. Brazil vfooà. for 

dyinjr. 
Brazilico, a, adj. or Braziliense, 

adj. 2 ff. Brazilian. 
Brazonár, va. to blazon, to drav 

a coat (if nrms. f tarred. 

Breado . a , pp. adj. intched , 
Breadura, sf. thc act of pitching. 
Brear, va. to pitch. to tar. 
Breca, sf. sort of disease in goats; 

cramp ; [fíQ.) weariness, fury. 

Estar lenado da — , to be reduced 

to extreniities. 
Brecha, sf. breach; {fig.) gap, 

dairíHfíe. 
Brechil, sm. a spear. 
Bredoega, sf. a great deal of 

blites. [beet. 

Bredos, sm pi. blites, a kind of 
Bregado, a, adj. ]*ão — , a very 

baked brcad. 
Bregma or Bregmate, sm. {anai. ) 

bregma; sagittal suture. 
Brejeiro, sm. a blackguard, a 

rascai. 
Brejo, sm. the sweet broom. 
Brejoso, a, adj, oozy, fenny, 

niarshy. 
Brelho,*.<fm. a small stone. 
Breloque , sm. bagatelle , toy ; 

triflo. 
Brema, sf bream (fisli). 
Brenha, sf. a i>lace fuU of bushes. 
Brenhoso, a. adi. bushy, woody. 
Bretanha, sf. [geog.) Britanny 

(France). Grã — , Great-Bn- 

tain. 
Bretão, ndj. and 5. Briton, na- 

tive of Britanny (France). 
Brete. sm. gin or snare for birds. 
Breu, sm. ship pitch and tar. 
Breve, sm. a orief cr pope'8 let- 



ter. Breves, sm. pi. ábbrevift- 

tions. Breve (nume), breve. 
Breve, adj. i g. short, brief, sae- 

cinct. Py. 

Brevemente, adv. brieiiyt short- 
Brevia, sf. vacations, holydays 

(in ecclesiastical orders). 
Breviário, m. breviary i orevier 

(type). 
BrevidadQ, sf. brevity, speed. 
Breviloco, a, adj. {poet.) concisa, 

laconic. 
Brevilocruencia. sf. laconic and 

sententious style. [viped. 

Brevipede , adj. 2 g. [geol.) bre- 
Brial, sm. a garuient formerlv 

worn in Spain. [sei. 

BrihigãOs sm. a íish like a mua- 
Brlca, sf. {herald.) the chief point 

of thft field , in which the crés- 

cent is placed. 
Briche, sm. a coarse kind of 

vooUen cloth. [úiS* 

Brida, sf. tho bridle used for rid- 
Bridado, a, pp. adj. bridled. 
Bridar, va. to bridle ; {fig.) to 

restrain. 
Briga, sf strife. 
Brigada, sf. brigade ; body, band 

of soldiers. 
Brigadeiro, sm. brigadier; one 

who conimands a brigada. 
Brigador, sm. quarreller, sqnab- 

bler. [ancient armoor. 

Brigandina, sf. brígandina; an 
Brigão, «772. quareller, -w^arlike. 
Brigar, vn. U> íight, ti> combat. 
Brigoso, a, adj. ^'arUke, quarrel- 

aome. 
Brigue, sm. brig. 
Briguento, a, adj. warlifce. 
Brilhado, a, pp. adj. that has 

shone; glistened. 
Brilhador, a, adj. [poet^ that 

shines or glitters. 
Brilhante, adj. 2 g. briUiant, 

shining, bright. — sm. brilliancy, 

splendour ; a diamond. 
Brilhantemenie, adv. brilliant- 

ly. [splendour. 

Brilhantismo, sm. toilliancy, 
Brilhar, vn. to shine, to glitter, 

to sparkle. 
Brilho, «m.brilliancy, bri^tness. 



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BRO 



Brim, sm. a sort oí canvass. 
Brinca, sf. {bot.) hog-fennel. 
Brincadeira t sf. plaj, sport; 

jest. [embellished. 

Brincado, a, j^. adj. adoraed, 
Brincador, a, sm. or f. a sporter, 

a j éster. [-waggish. 

BrincSo, adj. jocular, playful. 
Brincar, va. to play, to sport, to 

to^. — vn. to tnfle, to sport 

"Wlth ODB. 

Brinco, sm. sport, play, jest; a 
plaything for a chila. Èrincos^ 
sm. pi. ear-rings. Estar um — , 
to he elegantly dressed. 

Brindado, a, pp. adj. that has 
been invited to drink a toast. 

Brindar, vn. to drink to, to toast. 
Drindar-se^ vr. to drink to ene 
another. [sent, gift. 

Brinde, sm. toast, health ; çre- 

Brinie, sm. meat and rice boiled 
together. 

Brinquedo, sm. plaything, toy. 

Brinquinharia, sf. the toy-trade. 

Brinquinheiro, sm. toyman, one 
who keeps a toys-shop. 

Brinza, sf. {hot.) peucedannni. 

Brio, sm. honour, pride; mettlo, 
garb; A-alour, bravery; liveli- 
ness. Abater os brios, to humblc 
one. [lines. 

BriÕes, sm. pi. {a sca term) bunt- 

Briosamente, adv. bravely, no- 
bly. [noble, generous. 

Brioso, a, adj. brave, proud. 

Britado, a, pp. adj. broken. 

Britador, sm. {anc.) breaker; 
{fig.) an infringer. 

Britamento. sm. (m law) break, 
breaking out. 

Britannico, a, adj. British or 
Britannic , belonging to Great- 
Britain. {Britannic. 

Britanno, a, adj. and s. British, 

Brita-ossos, sm. {nat. hist.) the 
osprey (eagle). 

Britar, va. [anc.) to break. 

Brisa, sf. breeze, fresh gale of 
"wind. [of millet. 

Broa or Boroa, sf. bread made 

Broca, sf. an anger, a -«nrimble. 

Brooadillio, sm, an inferior sort 
of brocaáe. 



Brocado, a, pp. adi. bored with 

a wimbíe. — sm. orocade. 
Brocal, sm. {blaz.) fillet or Iist«l 

of metal. 
Brocão, sm. {bot.) the tree that 

bears the bdellium. 
Brocar, va. to bore. [cal. 

Brocardico, a, adj. problemati^ 
Brocatel, sm. brocatel; linsey- 

wolsey. [ble). 

Brocatello, sm brocatello (mar- 
Brocha, sf. a clasp ; tack, peg. 
Brochado, a, pp. adj. stitched. 
Brocliar, va. to stitch- — um li- 
vro, to stitch or scw a book. 
Broche, sm. brooch, breast-pin; 

clasp. 
Brochara, sf. a stitched book; 

a pamphlet. 
Brócolos, sm.pl. broccoli. 
Bródio, sm. pottago given to 

bcggars. [feasts. 

Brodista, sm. he who makes 
Broma, sf. {nat. hist.) a little 

worm ; {fig.) a stupid fellov. 
Bromado, a, pp. adj. gna\red 

(the wood) ; burnt (the sugar). 
Bromar, va. to bum ; to gnaw. 
Bronchial, adj, 2 g. {anat.) bron- 

chial, bronchic. 
Bronchio, a, adj. {anat.) bronchic, 

bronchial. [chise. 

Bronchios, sm. pi. (anat.) bron- 
Bronchitis or Bronchite, sf. 

bronchitis. 
Bronchocele, sm. {med.) bron- 

chocele ; tumour in the broncbite. 
Bronchotomia, sf. {surg.) bron- 

chotomy. 
Bronco, a, adj. rude, coarse ; {fig.) 

rough, awkward. 
Brontologia, sf. brontology. 
Brontometro, sm. (phys.) an in- 

strument for verin'ing the in- 

tensity of the atmospheric elec- 

tricity. fcopper. 

Bronze, sm. bronze, brass, cast 
Bronzeado, a, pp. adj. bronzed. 
Bronzear, va. to bronze ; to gíve 

the colour of brass. 
Brônzeo, a, adj. made of bronze 

or brass. 
Broqae, sm the conduitpipe of 

the bellows in a fonndery. 



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mm 



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BUP 



Broqneado, a, pp. adj. bored, 

drille^. [to drill. 

Broq[ueãr, va. to bore, to pierce, 
Broquel, sm. a round target. 
Broquelado, a, i7p. adj. covered 

•with a taryet. [se. 

Broquelar-se, vr. V. Ahroquelar- 
Broqueleiro, sm. [anc.) a tar^et- 

maker. [fistulas. 

Broquento, a, adj. full of cracks, 
Brotado, a, J9p. adj. budded, ger- 

minated. 
Brotamento, sm. {bot.) the act 

of budding, geriuination. 
Brotar, va. to produce, to bring 

forth. — vn. to bud, to shoot. 
Brotoeja, sf. a kind of breaking 

out like the itch. [ground. 

Braços (de), adv. loc.fí&X on the 
BruÚio, sm. murk ; husks of olives 

after the juice has been pressed 

out. 
Brulote, sm. a fire-ship. 
Bruma, sf. foggy weather; the 

winter. 
Bruxual, adj. 2 g. winterly. 
Brumário, sm, the secoud month 

of the French republican calen- 

dar. 
Brumo, sm. matter of a putrifíed 

sore. 
Brumoso, a, adj. foggv, hazy. 
Brunal, adj. 2 g. dark, dusky, 

sad, unhappy. 
Brunduslo, a, adi. sad, sour- 

looked, melancholy. 
Brunido, a, pp. adj. burnishcd, 

polished. 
Brunidor, sm. burnisher. 
Brunidura, */. buruishing, po- 

lishing. 
Brunir, ca. to burnish, to polish. 
Bruno, a, adj. brown, dai-k. 
Brusca, sf. (bot.) kuee-holly. 
Bruscamente, ado. roughly, 

blountly, coarselv. 
Brusco, a, adj. olount, rough, 

over hasty, rude. 
Brutal, adj. 2 g. brutish, brutal, 

beastly. [tishness. 

Brutalidade, sf brutality, hru- 
Brutalisar, va. or vn. to brutalize, 

to make brutal. [tishly. 

Brutalmente, ado, brutally, bru- 



Brutamente, adv. beastly, bru- 
tally. Ipôiisheâ. 
Brutesco, a, adj. rough, ua- 
Bruteza, sf. roughness, brutality. 
Bruto, a, adj. rough, unpolished, 

coarse. — sm. * orute, bestial- 

man. 
Bruxa, sf. (anc.) witch, gipsy; a 

shriek-owl. 
Bruxaria, sf. witchery, sorcery. 
Bruxeado, a, pp. adj. uewitched. 
Bruxear, va. to bewitch, to throw 

a spell over one. 
Bruxo, sm. sorcor, wizard. 
Bruxolear, va. to unfold a cart 

by degrees, (/?5'.) to guess, to 

divine. 
Bryonia, sf. bryony. 
Buama, sf. a kind of sea íish. 
Bubalo, sm. {nat. hist.) bubalus, 

buífalo. 
Bubão, sm. {surg ) bubo. 
Bubonis or Bubonia, sf {bot) a 

kind of medicinal plant. 
Buboncele, sm. {surg.) bubono- 

cele. 
Buçardas, sf. pi. (a sea term) 

breast hooks. 
Bucentauro, sm. Buccntaurus. 
Bucephalo, sm. Bucephalus. 
Bucha, sf. wadding for guns. 

Aturar a — adv. loc. to swallow 

the pill. [monda. 

Buchela, sf. pincers to hold dift- 
Bucho, sm. the craw or maw of 

birds ; the stomach or paunch. of 

animais. 
Buço, sm. the hottern of a ship. 
Buoolica, sf. l>ucohc. 
Bucólico, a, adj. bucolic, buço- 

lical. 
Buço, sm. down, soft hair. 
Bucre, sm. ^anc.) curl, ringlet. 
Buddhismo, sm. buddhism. 
Budget, sm. budget. 
Bueiro, sm. a water-pipe or con- 

duit. V. Carteiro. 
Buena dioha, sf. Dizer a — , to 

tell peopie's fortune. 
Bueta> sf. {anc.) a box a chest, a 

coíler. 
Bufa, sf. foist, fizzle. — de lobo, 

{bot.) a puff-ball. 
Bufado, a, pp. adj. fixzled. 



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BUR 



Bnfalino, a, adi. belonging to a 

buffle or buffalo. [buffle. 

Búfalo, sm. {nat. hist.) bufTalo, 
Baião, sm. abuffoon, a low jester. 
Bufar, vn. to puff, to blow (as a 

horse or ox). [n?ieiro. 

Bof arinheiro , sm» V. Bofari- 
Bofete, sm. buffet, cupboard, 

coimter desk. 
Bufo, sm. (nat. hist.) an owl. Ser 

— , {fam. loc.) to be greedy. 
Bufonear, va. to play the bimoon. 
Bufoneria, sf. buífoonery. 
Bugalho, sm. the gall-nut. 
Bugia, sf. wax candle; [nat. hist.) 

an ape. 
Bugiado, a, pp. adj. that has 

gesticulated like an ape. 
Bugiar , vn. to ape, to mimic. 

Vai — , go about yoar business. 
Bugiarias, sf. pi . triiles . 
Bugiganga, sf. a sort of ridi- 

calous dance. [little boy. 

Bu£^nico, sm. a lively, brisk 
"Bngio^sm.lnat.hist.) an ape, bugee. 
Buglosa, sf. {òot.) bugloss. 
Bugula, sf {bot.) Duegle. 
Buido, a, pp,adj. polished, olear, 

bright. 
Buixmo, sm. a rush. 
Buir, va. to polish, to briffhten. 
Buitra, sf tne shelf or tiil of a 

printing press. 
Bujamè, 57)1. the child of a black 

and a mulatto woinan. 
Bujarrona, sf. {a sea term) the 

standing jib. 
Bujões, sm.pl. {a sea term) spiles. 
Bulbo, sm. (oo^} bulb. 
Bulboso, a, adi. bulbous. 
Bulcão, sm. a black cloud. 
Bule, sm. a tea-pot. 
Bulei)ule, sm. a sort of herb ;' a 

restless fellow. 
Bulha, sf. quarrel, noise. 
Bulhado, a, pp. adj. quarrelled. 
BulhafrOf *w» V. Bilhafre. 
Bulhão, sm. {anc.) a spring, a 

source. 
Bulhar, vn. to quarrel, to wrangle; 

to bubble. 
Bulhento, a, adj, quarrelsome. 
Bulicio or Buliço, sm, tumult, 

noise. 



Buliçoso, a, adj. restless, turbu- 

lent. 
Bulido, a, pp. adj. moved, stirred. 
Bulir, va. to move, to stir. BuUr- 

se, vr. to be disquieted. 
Bulia, sf. a buli or lettor patent 

from tne pope. [form. 

Bullado, a, adj. authentic, in due 
Bullar, va. {anc.) to seal with 

buli or leaden seal. [of bulis. 
BuUarla, sf. bullary; collection 
Bulleiro, sm. he who roceives the 

alms produced by the cruzade- 

buU. 
Buirão, sm. a fraudulent inan. 
Bulroso, a, adj. fraudulent, de- 

ceitful. 
Bumba, sf. a bang. — iníerj. to 

express tne fali ofa heavy body. 
Bunda, sf. big buttocks. 
Bupreste, sm. {nat. hist.) bu- 

prestes. 
Buracar, va. V. Esburacar, 
Buraco, sm. hole or s^ap. — da 

amura, {a sea term) the eyelet 

hole of the mairi tack. 
Burato, sm, & ílne silk stuff. 
Burel, sm . a coarse dark colour 

cloth. 
Burgalez, sm. a sort of old coin. 
Burgalhão, sm. small shells 

mixed with pehbles. 
Burgandina, sf. burgandine. 
Burgo , sm. burg ; a kind of 

locust. 
Burgomestre, sm. burgo-master. 
Burguez, sm. burgess, a citisen. 
Buril, sm. burin, gravor; (a sea 

term) a toggel. [the burin. 

Burilada, sf. a touch mado -with 
Burilar, va. to engrave. 
Burla, sf. a jest, dcrisiou; atrick. 
Burlado, a, pp. adj. duped, 

cheated. [^erson, 

Burlador, sm a scoffíng, jeering 
Burlão, S7n. a chcating ][)erson. 
Burlar, va. to jesl, to trick. 
Burlaria, sf dupery, trickery. 
Burlescamente, adv. comically. 
Burlescaria, sf. burlesque lan- 

guage. 
Burlesco, a, adj. burlesque, 00* 

mical. [lesqued. 

Burlescnieado, a, pp, ckZj.Asqs^ 



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Barlesqaear> va. to trarlesqne, 

to turn into ridicule. 
Barra. sf. a she-ass, an iron chest 

to keep money , {a aea temi) a 

mizen rope. 
Burrada, sf. a drove of asses. 
Bnrrão, .çm.pouting; angry look 
Barricada, sf. a drove of asses , 

{fig.) senselessness. 
Barricai, adj. 2 g. pertaining to 

asses ; {fíg.) beastly. 
Barriqueiro. sm, ass-driver. 
Borro, sm. ass, he-ass; jackass. 

— montez, a wild ass ; [fig.) a 

blockhcad, an ignorant. 
Bursal. adj. 2 g. pecuniary, fiscal. 
Burundangas , sf. pi. trifles , 

things of small value. 
Bosardo, sin. {nat. hist.) boziard. 
Busca, sf search, quest. 
Buscacaixas, sm. a custom-house 

ofíicor. [quested. 

Buscado, a, pp. adj. searched, 
Buscador, sm. a searcher, a 

seeker. [airy girl. 

Busoamante, sf. a coqnette, an 
Buscante, sm. hewhowas search- 

ing, a king's officer. 
Buscapé, sm. a sort of squib. 
Buscar, va. to scck, to search, to 

look for. — a vida, to seek one's 

livelihood. 
Buscavida, sf. [artil.) an instrn- 

ment foropeningthc tonch-hole 

of a cannon. [the difficulty. 
Busllis, sm. the difíicult point, 
Bossola, sf. a sea-compass ; (fig.) 

guide, direction. 
Btusto, sm . bust. [busts. 

Bustuario, sm. he who makes 
Bustuarios, sm. pi. Bustuarii 

(gladiators). 
Batido, Si, pp. adj, hit, aimed. 
Butim, sm. booty, pillage, cap- 
ture. 
Bútio , sm. {nat. hist.) bittem, 

bittour, ifig.) a stupid man. 
Butir, va. to hit the mark. 
Butua, sf. vrUá vine , medicinal 

root. [rous. 

Butyroso, a, adj. buttery, buty- 
Boxa, sf. stopple, — de espingarda, 

the wad of a gun. ftrees. 

Bozal, sm. a place set with box- 



Bazo, sm. {bot.^ box-tre«, Imkk. — 

de sé^ateiro, tne mollet used by 

shoe-makers. 
Buz, interj. hush, hokl yoor 

tongue. 
Buzarate, adj.2g. fatuons, stupid. 
Buzeno or Búzio, sm. a diver. 
Buzina, sf. cornet, horn, trumpet; 

(a sea tertn) speaking trumpet. 
Buzinar, va. to blow, 'wind or 

sound a horn. [darkish. 

Búzio, a, adj. brown, dusky. 
Byss3, sm. byssus. 
Byzantino, a, adj. byzantine. 



G, sm. the third letter of tbo Por- 

tuguesf» alphabet. 
Cá, adv. b^re, hither. A dois amum 

para — , two years ago. — {anc.) 

oecause. 
Cãs or Gans, sf.pl. grey haira. 

Com — , hoary. 
Cabaça, sf. gourd. pnmpion. 
CaJsaceira, sf. calabft.^h-tree. 
Cabaço, sm. a dry hollow goinrd. 
Cabaia, sf. a sort of silk of China. 
Cabal, adj. 1 g., just, complete, 

exact. 
Cabala, sf. cabal or cabala. 
Cabalar, va. to cabal. 
Cabalista, sm. cabalist, plotter. 
Cabalístico, a, adj. cabalistic, 

cabalistical. 
Caballino, a, adj. [poet.) that 

pertains to tho horse. 
Cabalmente, odv. exactly, com- 

pletely. 
Cabana, sf. cottage, hut. 
Cabaneira, sf. a low prostitute. 
Cabaneiro, a. sm. or f. a man cr 

wonian that livcs in a cottage. 
Cabano, a, adj. that has the horas 

or the ears placed horiíoiitally 

(bulis, horses, etc). 
Cabaz, sm. a basket of tTrigs, 

pannier, etc. 
Cabe. sm. V. Palheta. 
Cabeça, sf. the head; mind, 

thought: source, origin, top.— 

do dedOf tip of a finger. Queorar 



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a — , ifiç-) to weary , to tire. 
Faser — o navio j to go a head. — 
Chief town, capital. ífeWer na — , 
to make one oelieve. Ter mar- 
tello na — , (1^9-) to be sorely tor- 
mented. EUe não sabe onde ha de 
dar com a — , he does not know 
which way to turn himself. Da 
— até os pés, from top to toe. 
Um homem sem — , a man o£ no 
brains. 

Gaúbeça, sm. chief, head, mover. 

G8Ji>eçada, sf. a blow -with the 
head, a nod when one is asleep; 
head stall of a horse. 

Cabeçal, sm. compress, bolster. 
Cabeçaes^ sm pi. four pieces of 
wood used instead of springs to 
a coach. [cart. 

Cabeçalho, sm. the beam of a 

Cabeção, 5m. the cap of a cloak, 
a printer's border. 

Cabeceado, a, pp. adj. beckoned. 

Cabecear, v». to beckon, to nod. 

Cabeceira, sf. the bcginning, the 
top ; chief, nead. — da cama, the 
bed'8 head. — de um livro^ the 
head-band of a book. 

Cabeço, sm . the top of a hill. 

Cabeçudo, a, adj. headstrong; 
{fig ) obstinate, stubborn. 

Csubedal, sm. capital, stock, for- 
tune. 

Cabedelo, sm. a heap of sand. 

Cabeiro, a, adj. one that makes 
hafts . [hairs. 

Cabelladura, s(. the natural 

Cabelleira,s/1 hair, head of hair ; 
wig, peruke. 

Cabelleireiro , sm. hair-dresser, 
peruke-maker. 

Cabello. sm. hair. Ferro para en- 
crespar o — , a crispinç-iron. 

Gabelludo, a, adj. hairj, long- 
haired. 

Caber, vn. to contain, to comprise; 
to become, to be proper. Não 
— em si de alegria^ not to be 
ablo to contain one's self for joy. 

Cabide, sm rack, to set or hang 
things on. [favour. 

Cabido, a, adj. gracious, in great 

Cabidoal, sm. iane.) principal, 
capital. 



Cabidola. adj.2 g. Letras — «, capi- 
tal letters. 
Cabilda, sf. tribe, pack ; a number 

of Arabian famifies living in the 

same place. 
Cabimento, sm. access, favour. 
Cabisalva, sf. a bird of prey. 
Cabisbedxo, a, adj. hanging aovm 

the head, sorrowful. [bled. 

Cabiscaido, a, adj. heavy ; num- 
Cabistorto. sm. hypocrite. 
Cabo, sm. the extreme part, tho 

end; cape; handle; haft. Dar 

cabo. to destroy. Levar ao — , to 

conclude. Ir ás do — , to come to 

extremities. — de esquadra^ a 

corpornl. 
Caboclo, a, adi. copper-coloured 

indian (Brazil). 
Cabo-lamar, sm. (a sea ierm) cap 

into thtí sea. [the acti<m. 

Caboral,.nn. the head that directa 
Cabotagem, sf. coasting. 
Cabouqueiro,. wi.V. Cavouqueiro. 
Caboz, sm. a kiud of ílsh. 
Cabra, sf. a she-goat. — de agua^ 

a water spider. — cega (a sort ot 

play) blind-raan's buíT. 
Cabida, sf. a flock of goats. 
Cabramio. sm. a sinall rope by 

'Vhhich the foot is tied to the 

horn of an ox. 
Cabrão, sm. he-goat. V. Bode. 
Cábrea, sf. crab, gin ; a hulk. 
Cabreiro, sm. goátherd; Uig.) a 

rustic man. [stern. 

Cabrestante, sm. capstan, cap- 
Cabresteiro, sm. haltfír-maker. 
Gabrestilbo, sm. a little halter. 
Cabresto, sm. halter; [a sea term) 

ropes, cables belongmg to the 

bowsprit. 
Cabril, sm. sheepfold; stable for 

goats. 
Gabrilha, sf. crane, crab, gin. 
Cabriola, sf. caper, skip. 
Cabriolado, a, pp. adj. capered, 

skiped. 
Cabriolar, vn. to caper. 
Cabriole, sm. cabriolet (a kind 

of coach). 
Cabrita, sf. ancient machine of 

\rar. Levar ás cabritas^ to cany 

upon the shonlders. 



CtAucUO, im 
a siigHivloitf 
Caca, if. caca. 
Cava, !/■, hunt, ehasa lawkiuB 

Caoabomtda. '[■ evacuation ; a 

pTAíabliinder 
Cagada, sf. a Jinntine-mBtoh. 
Caçado, A.íP adj. huated. 
Cafador.ST>i.a)iuiitar, sportaman, 

fúvier. Caçadores, tm jjf.aliarp' 

ahooters, llght-troopa 
Caçadora, s^a hunlreis. 
Caçanta,acij'.í ff. (/lecnW.) thal is 

reareaenlea as jjreying upon. 
Caçào.JtH. sea-Umproy 
Caõapo. (nt. a vuunK rabbit. 
Catar. ta. tohnnl, to ehase. tu 
j. /fíW nfl.ío caai 



'•!" 



■»,) íl.« 8l.il. 



n.pJ.oldrurDÍlure. 
«, jlace planlãd wi 



Caçoado, a, pp. adj. drii 
Caoeta, af. a cDlan^er oi 



asortof tnilig,ndoth. 
Cachaça, s/: rum. 
CaoIíaçãa.jni.aculTonlheneck. 
Oaoliaço, sm. nape. [clothed. 
Cachado, a, pp. adj. coiend, 
CetJiagenB, sf.pl. (anal.) the pia- 
SHÊ-es ivf [fienDSti-ils. 



Caòfaaado, s 



pp. orfj. haiÍDg 



b'low. flai- dB . 
owi verj quLok. 
, a, aifj- cã<:iiòti( 
t;-. eadiEiy. 



CaohlmliEicliSB, si , 
Cachimbado, a.^p.oilj, 

Cachlmbador, 



CachlQjhar. uu. 



amoke; ^/í^,) 



Caohoplce, f/. childishnes*. 
Cachopo, »n. aud ilerivatãd. V. 

Kapa:. 
Cachopos. Jm. uí. reefa, rocks. 
Cacliorra, s/. V. CmíeWo—, a aort 

Dl' fish. 
Cachorrada, i/". a pnck of don; 

ft brai^ket; (A^.) mgb. labble. 
Cachorrado, a, niíj. supported 

Caoliorreím, sf. » band oaed by 

CaiiiorTO. £Tii. a íiW» io%. 



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Ga<dxaoho, sm. a awt of sea- 

bream. [tree. 

Ca<^uxnbo, sm. a sort of cocoa- 
Gacia, sf. or Cachia.V. Acácia. 
Gaoifeiro, sm. a dignity in the 

cathedral of Coimbra. 
Cacifo, sm. coffer, box for money. 
Cacimba, sf. pit made on the sea- 

shore; dew. 
Cacique, sm. cazic or cazique. 
Gaciz, sm. a Moorish priest. 
Caco, sm. a piece of broken 

earthen-ware. — s, sm. pi. baub- 

bles, lumber. 
Caço, sm. a fryinff-pan. 
Caçoada, sf. mockerj^, raillery. 
Caçoado, a, pp .adj. jested. 
CaçoEur, va. and vn. to jest, to 

banter. 
Cacochylia, sf. (med.) cacochylia. 
Cacochymia, sf. {med.) cacocby- 

my. 
Cacoch3nno, a, adj. cacochyroic. 
Caoodoxo, a, adj. a bad man or 

woman. 
Cacoete, sm. tick, mania, vice. 
Cacoetico. a, adj. Y. Cachetico. 
Caoographia, sf. cacography. 
Caoographo, sm. he who writes 

with a bad orthography. [pot. 
Caçoila, sf. a perfuming pan or 
Caçoleta, sf. bammer (in a fusil) ; 

a coppel. [qaail. 

Cacolim, sm. {nat. hist.) Mexican 
Cacologia, sf. cacology. 
Cacophonia, sf. caoopnony. 
Cacophonico, a, adj. cacopbonic. 
Cacophragia, sf. {med.) deprava- 

tion of the entrails. 
Caoophyxia, sf {med.) irregular- 

ity of the pulse. [throphy. 

Cacotrophia, sf. {med.) caco- 
Caçouro, sm. a round piece of 

wood. 
Cada, pron. and adj. every, each. 

— vez giiCy whensoever. 
Cadaço, sm. a ribbon of silk. 
Cadafalso, sm. scaffold, stage ; 

scafiblding. 
Cadaque, adv. whensoever. 
Cadarço, sm. cappadine, ferret. 
CaáaatB,sm. tbe stern-post of a 
-, ^P' [of lands. 

caaoBtro, sm. terrier or register 



Cada um, a, pron. adj. Y. Cada. 
Cadáver, sm. corpse, dead body. 
Cadavereo, a, aãi. cadaverous. 
Cadavérico, a, aaj. cadaverous. 
Cadaveroso, a, adj. cadaverous. 
Cada vez, adv. every time, as of- 

ten as. pock. 

Cadeado or Cadeiado, sm. a pad- 
Cadeia, sf. chain, gaol, shacKle. 

— de montanhas, {fia.) atractoí 

hills. 
Cadeieiro, sm. ^aoler, jailer. 
Cadeira, sf. chair, seat. 
Cadeixo, sm. an old-worm-eaten 

book. 
Gadella, sf. a bitch. 
Cadello, «m. a piece of a mill. 
Cadencia, sf. cadencc, quiver- 

ing, trill. [harmonious. 

Cadenciado, a, adj. cadeuced. 
Cadenciar, va. to give a ca- 

dence. 
Cadencioso, a, adj. numerous, 

harmonious. 
Cadenetas, sf pi. a sort of an- 

cieat ncedle-work like lace. 
Cadente, adj. dropping ; harmo- 
nious. 
Cadernal, sm. {a sca term) a large 

block with more than one 

shiver. 
Caderno, sm. quire ; loose sheet 

of a book; a small stitched 

book. [in the army. 

Cadete, sm. cadet or volunteer 
Cadexo, sm, a portion of silk 

that is fit to be weaved. 
Cadi, sm. cadi. 
Cadilhos, sm.pl. the shagged end 

of any thing that is woven. 
Cadimes, sm. pi. certain pieces 

of a ship. 
Cadimo, a, adj. expert, dexter- 

ous. Ladrão — , a notable thief. 
Cadinho, sm. a crucible, melting- 

pot. Passar pelo — , {fig.) to re- 

âne. 
Cadmia, sf. calamine, calamite. 
Cádmio, sm. cadmium. 
Cado, sm. a great versei \v&çí^V\r> 

keeç mne. 
Gadoz, sm. a. \io\fe% -^^ávx^v ^'^" 






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Caducado, a, pp. adj\ doated. 
Gaducamente , aav. ireakly , 

feebly. [wavering. 

Gaducante, adj. S p. reeling. 
Caducar, vn. to be decrepit, to 

doat. 
Caducario, a, adj. Lei — , a law 

that iiiakes to escheat an inhe- 

ritance. 
Gaduceador, sm. cadnceator. 
Caduceu, sm. caduceus, cadu- 

cenni. [ness, decrepitude. 

Caducidade, sf. caducity. cra2i- 
Caducifero, a, adj. that nas a ca- 
duceus. 
Caduco, a, nãj. doating ; weak, 

decrepit. Caducas esperanças^ 

vain uopes. O mal — , epilepsy. 
Cães, sm. Trharf, the key of a 

river. [in the Holy land. 

Cafarreiro, sm. a receiver of tax 
Café. um. cortee. 

Cafeeiral. sm. cofTee-plantation. 
Cafeeiro, sm. coflfee-tree. 
Cafeteira, sf. a coffee-pot. 
Cafezal, sm. a coffee-plantation. 
Gaíila, sf. caravan, convoy, fleet 

of tradincr merchants. 
Catralmente, adv. in the man- 

ner of Cafres. 
Cafraria. sf [geog.) Cafraria. 
Cafre, Cafra. sm. ot f. and adj. 

Cafre, pertaining to Cafraria. 
Cafrice, sf. an action of Cafre; 

{Jig.) brutality. 
Caftan, sm. caftan. 
Cafurna, sf. a cavem, a dark and 

loathsome place. 
Cagada, sf. evacuation. 
Cagado, sm. a tortoise. 
Cagado, a, pp. adj. beshit. 
Cagalhão, sm. turd. 
Gagaluxne, sm. glow-worra. 
Caganeira, sf. fhix of the belly. 
Caganitas, sf pi. dung. 
Cagão, onai, sm. or f. shiter; 

{fig.) a co^rard. [to stool. 

Cagar, ra. •» shit, to cack, to go 
Cagarola, sm. coward, chicken- 

hearted. 
Ca£ratorio^ sm. water-closet. 
Càhimana, sf. (óot.) medicinal 
pJant ofBrsuil. 
CaJiique, s?n. cãic, kotcb. 



\ 



Cahiz, sm. a sort of measare. 
Caiadeira, sf. a white-washer. 
Caiado, a, pp. adj. whitened. 
Caiador, sm. white-washer, he 

that whitens with lime. 
Caiadura, sf. whitening. 
Caiar, va. to vhiten, to "white- 

Jirae. — o rosto, to paint one's 

face. 
Caibros, sm. pi. the four pieces 

of tiraber at the top of the fonr 

corners of ahouse. 
Caiçalha, sf. a pnck of dogs. 
Caida, sf. fali; ruin, mismrtnne. 
Gaidlço, a, adj. apt to fali; fVail, 

decrepit. 
Caldo, a, pp. adj. fallen, tombled ; 

ifig.) humbled. 
Caídos, sm. pi. arrears. 
Caimacão, sm. caimacan. 
Caimal. .sm. the title of the prin- 

ces of Malabar. 
Gaimão, sm. [nat. hist.) caiman. 
Caimha, sf. felley. 
Caimbra, sf. cramp. 
Gaimento, ;?m. fali, min, decay; 

{fig.) loss, hurt. 
Calnçada, sf. the noise of the 

dojrs yelping. 
Cainçalha, sf. a pack of dogs. 
Cainho, a, adj. stingy. 
Caipora, sf. phosphoric light into 

the woods of Brazil. 
Cair, vn. to fali, to tumble, to 

fali down. Como caio eUenHsso? 

how carne he to do that? — na 

opinião de alguém^ to be of one^s 

mind. 
Cairel, sm. lace, galloon. 
Cairelado, a, pp. adj. laced , 

hemed. 
Cairelar, va. to lace, to edge, to 

hem. 
Cairo, sm. the outwai^d shell of 

the nut of the cocoa-tree. 
Caixa, sf. box, casket, chest, 

case; drum. — , sm. cashier, 

cash-keeper. 
Caixão, sm. great-box. 
Caixaria, sf. a great qnantity of 

boxes. Contas dt — , commer^ 

ciai aT\\YvTne>Àc. 
Caixeiro^ sm. cX^tV*, Q.«:^-^^«^wt, 
caabieT •, >50"X.-m»58.«t. 



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Caixetim, sm. printer's box for 

one sort of letter. 
Gaixillio, sm. frame, -window- 

sash. — de uma porta, a door- 

case. — de uma janella, a frame 

for a window. 
Caixote, sm. a sort of long box. 
Gaja, sm. a fruit of Brazil. 
Cajadada, sf. a blow with asheep- 

hook. [(/í//.) protection. 

Cajado, sm. sheep-hook, crook; 
Cajante, adj. 2 g. {anc.) V. Cam- 
biante. 
Cajão, sm. V. Desgraça. 
Cajazeira, sf. [hot.)' a íree of 

Brazil. [a misfortune. 

Gajoar, vn. {anc.) to experience 
GajCi, sm. the cashew-nut. 
Cajueiro, sm. cashew-nut-tree. 
Gajuri, sm. a tree resembling 

the palm-tree. 
Cal, sf. lime. — viva. quick-lime. 

Derreter a — , to kill lime. Pe- 
dra de — , lime-stone. 
Gala, sf. opeuing. V. Calha, 
Galabaça, sf. V. Cabaça. 
Calabouço, sm. a dungeon; pri- 

son. 
Calabre, sm. a cable. 
Galabriada, sf. a mixtnre of dif- 

ferent wines ; {fig.) cheat. 
Galabriado, a, adj. mixed. 
Galabriadura, .s/l a mixture of 

diífereiit wines; [fig.) falsifica- 

tion. 
Galabriar, va. to mix wines. 
Calabrioo, a, adj. pertaining to 

Calábria. 
Calaçaria, sf. idleness, truantism. 
Calaceado, a, pp. adj. he who 

playa the truant. 
Calacear, vn. to truant, to plaj 

the tniant. 
Calaceiro, a. adj. and s. lazy, 

idle. V, Vadio. 
Calada, 5/!. silence, stillness.A — , 

insensibly. [citly. 

Caladamente, adv. silently, ta- 
Galado, a, pp. adj. silent, quiet, 

reserved. 
Calafate, sm. calkor. 
OBOafefaK^o, s^. caUÚDg, coakmn. 
;g»tofcjado, a, pp. adi. calked. 



Calafetagem, sf. calking, coak- 

um. 
Calafetamento, sm., calking. 
Calaíetar, va. to calk or cauik. 
Calaim, sm. indian tin. 
Galaluz, sm. a large Indian ves- 

sol with oars. 
Calambâ or Calambaco, «m. a 

valuable sort of wood. 
Calamburo, sm. calamba or ca- 

lanibac (wood). [mint. 

Calamentha, sf. (bot.) cala* 
Calamidade, sf. calamity, mi- 

sery. ístone. 

Calamina, sf. the calamine 
Calaminar, adj. 2 g. calaminar. 
Calamintba, sf. [bot.) calamint. 
Galamistrado, a, pp. adj. curled, 

crisped. [crísp. 

Calamistrar , va. to curl, to 
Calamita, sf. a load-stone. 
Calamitosamente, adv. unhi^H 

pily, unfortunatcly. 
Calamitoso, a, adj. calamitous, 

unfortunate. 
Calamo, sm. straw, stalk of com; 

reed, pipo. 
Calamocada, sf. a blow in the 

— head ; (Jig.) loss. 
Calamocadò. a, jip. adj. wounded 

in the hea']. [head. 

Calamocar, va. to strike m tiie 
Calandar, sin. calender. 
Calandra, sf. calender; press. 
Calandrado, a, pp. adj. calen- 

dered, mangled. 
Calandragem, sf. calendering, 

hot-pressing. 
Calandrar, va. to calender, to 

raangle. 
Calandreiro, .9m. calenderer. 
Calão, sjH. an Indian eai'then 

vessel. 
Calar, va. to conceal, to keep 

secret; to suppress. — a baio- 

neta, to fix the bayonet in the 

musket; to pierce throiigh. — 

o melão, to cut out a piece of 

melon to taste it. — vn. to be 

quiet, silent. CaZar-sc, lar. \.<i 

hold oiie'& \oli^'fe^ \.o Ya«^ «v- 

lence. .,. 

Calatrava, sf. C&\«axb.^«^\ ^\a.^v- 
tary orOLer va. Ã^«2utt.» 



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Caloa, sf. the act of pressing- 

down or treading. 
Calcado, a, pp. adj. pressed, 

weiy:hed down; {fia.) despised. 
Galcador, s)n. {artiL) stopper, an 

instrument servlng as a ram- 

mer. 
Calçador, sm. a shoe-horn. 
Calcadouro, sm. the threshing- 

floor. [ing- 

Calcadura, sf. the act of tread- 
Galçadura, sf. that part of a spur 

that surrounds the heel. 
Calcamares, sm. calcamar or 

calcamarus. 
Calcanliar, sm. the heel. Mostrar 

os — es a alguém^ {ãg) to betake 

one's self to one's neels. 
Galcaneo, sm. {anat.) calcaneum. 
Calção, sm. breeches. 
Calcar, va, to tread upon. 
Calçar, va. to shoe, to put on 

shoes. Sahio com utn pé calçado 

e outro nú, {fig.) he scampered 

away in haste. — arvores, to 

earth up. — uma rua, to pave a 

Street. 
Calças, sf.pl. breeches, trowsers. 
Calce, sm. a wedge, a prop. 
Calcedonia, sf. chalceaony. 
Calcedonio, a, adj. chalcedonic. 
Calceta, sf. a fetter, chain for 

galley-slaves. 
Calcetaria, sf. a street or qaarter 

of paviours. 
Calceteiro, sm. paviour. — {anc.) 

breeche s-m aker. 
Caloez, sm. {a sea term) step in a 

ship. [cining. 

Calcinação, sf. calcination, cslI- 
Calcinado, a, pp. adj. calcined, 

calcinated. [calcine. 

Calcinar, va. to calcinate, to 
Calcinatorio, a, adj. that cal- 
cines. 
Calcinavel, adj. 2 g. calcinable. 
Cálcio, sm. calcium. 
Calcites. sm. chalcite. 
Calcitrapa, sf. {bot.) calcitrapa, 

caltrop. 
Calções, .sm. pi. breeches. 
Calcorrear, vn. to run very fast 
on foot. 
Calços, sm,p!, sioes. 



Calçota, sm. or Calçote, sf. a 

kind ot breeches. 
Calonlação, sf. calculation, com- 

putation. 
Calculado, a, pp. adj. calculated, 

computed ; {fig.) fit, proper. 
Calculador, sm. ealculator. 
Calculeur, oa. to calculate, to 

compute, to reckon. 
Caloulavel, adj. 2 g. calcalable, 

computable. 
Calculista, sm. ealculator. 
Calculo, sm. calculation, compn- 

tation ; — (med.) calculus. 
Calculoso, a, adj. calculous, 

gravelly. [joumey. 

Calcurrlada, sf. a (^uickened 
Calcurriado, a, pp. adj. trotted. 
Calcurriar, vn. to trott, to run. 
Calçudo, a, adj. with hairy feets 

(birds). 
Calda, sf. the juice of fmita 

seasoned with vine^ar. 
Caldeado, a, pp. adj. made hot 

(iron). [melt iron. 

Caldear, va. to make iron hot, to 
Caldeira, sf. kettle. 
Caldeirada, -tf. a kettle full. 
Caldeirão, sm. a Inrge kettle; 

{music.) cadencc. 
Caldeiraria , sf. coppersmith^s 

ware, copper ware. 
Caldeireiro, sm. brazier, cop- 

per-smith. 
Caldeiro, sm. boiler, kettle. 
Caldo, sm. broth. 
Caldo, a, adj. hot, burning. 
Caldoso, a, adj. having plenty of 

broth. [-wheelea chaiso. 

Caleça, sf. a travelling two- 
Caleceiro, sm. chpise-driver. 
Calef acção, sf. calefaction. 
Calefaciente, adj. and s. cale- 

facient, heatin^. 
Calefrios or Calafrios, sm. pL 

shivering, cold rits ; {fig.) horror. 
Caleiro, sm. lime-maker. 
Caleja, sf. a little street. 
Calejar, va. V. Callejar and de- 

rivated. [nak. 

Calendário, sm. calendar, alma- 
C8lendati<a\.Qk., sm. >[i« ^2Ei»X\sa&(j«A 
ca\endaTs. 

Cáiendas, sf. pi. eííieii^^. 



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Calentura, sf. calenture. 
Caldpino. «n. vocabulary, note- 

book. [Ásia. 

Galeu, sm. a wild animal of 
Galexe or Caleche, sm. calash, 

chariot. [millscuttle. 

Calha, sf. trench, drain, gutter; 
Calhadoiro, sm. a place at nine- 

plns. [linen-cloth. 

Calhamaço, sm. a sort of coarse 
Calhamhõla, s. a fugitive slave 

in the BraziL 
Calhandra, sf. lark. 
Calhandreira, sf. a woman that 

cleans the close-stool pan. 
Calhandro, sm. the male of the 

lark; close-stool pan. 
Calhar, vn. to open a road or 

passage ; {fis-) to succeed. 
Calhau, sm. nint stone, pebble. 
Calhe, sm. a garden waik. 
Calheta, sf. a small creek. 
Calibrado, a, pp. adj. sized 

(bullet). [size a buUet. 

Calibrador, sm. instrument to 
Calibrar, va. to size a bullet. 
Calibre, sm. caliber ; "w^eight of a 

bullet; (fiÇ') sort, auality. 
Caliça, Sf. ruoble, ruobish. 
Cálice, sm. V. Caliz. 
Calioiado, a, adj. {bot.) that has 

a cálix (flower). 
Calicinal, adj. i g. {bot.) belong- 

ing to the cálix. [ing. 

Cálido, a, adj. hot ; warm, burn- 
Callduoto, sm. caliduct. 
Califa or Calife, sm. caliph or 

calif. 
Califado, sm. caliphate. 
Calificar, va. and derivated. Y. 

Qualificar. 
Caliga, sf. a kind of shoes. 
Caligem, sf. {med.) dimness, 

darkening of the sight. [dim. 
Caliginoso, a, adj. aark, misty, 
Calim, sm. calin. 
Calippico, a, adj. {anc.) a period 

of 76 years. 
Callelado, a, pp. adj. hardened, 

made callous. 
Gallejar, va. to make callosity. 

CàUejar^e, vr. to wax hard; 
^■Jáí'J ^ Aarden. 
Camdwie, 9f. orafi, cunning. 



Callido, a, adj. sagacious, cun- 
ning. 
Calligraphia, sf. cali^aphy. 
Calligraphico, a, ú»//. caligra- 

phic. 
Calligrapho, sm. caligrapher. 
Calliope, sf. Calliope. the muse 

of eloquence; {fig.) eloquencjr. 
Callo, sm. callus, com. Ter feito 

— s na paciência, to be inured, 

to suffer. Ter feito — s no viciOt 

to be hardened in vice. 
Gallosidade, sf. callosity. 
Calloso, a, adj. callous, har- 

dened. [ness- 

Calma, sf. hot, heat, -warm, hot. 
Calmado, a, pp. adj. appeased, 

calm, quiet. 
Calmante, adj. 2 g. and s. calm- 

ing, anodyne. 
Calmar, va. to calm, to quiet, to 

appease ; to strike, to beat. — , 

vn. V. Acalmar. Calmar-se, vr. to 

to become calm. 
Calmaria, sf. calm. — podre^ a 

flat calm. 
Calmo, a, adj. calm, quiet. 
Calmorreado, a, pp. adi. strikedf 

beated ; {fig.) deceived. 
Calmorrear, va. to beat, to 

strike ; {fig.) to deceivo. 
Calmoso, a, adj. warm, very hot, 

bum ing. 
Caloiro, sm. a student newly 

come to the univcrsity. 
Calomelanos, sm. ealomcl. 
Calor, sm. heat, warmth. Com — , 

fervently. [citjr. 

Calorioidade, sf. {chem.) calori- 
Calorico, sm. caloric. 
Calor ificação, sf. caloriíication. 
Calorífico, a, adi. caloriâc. 
Calorimetria, sf. calorimetry. 
Galorimetro, sm. calorimeter. 
Calorosamente, adu. -warmly, 

hotly, eagerly, [fervid. 

Caloroso, a, adj. hot, warm, 
Calote, sm. trick. Pregar um — , 

to put a trick upon one. 
Caloteado, a, pp. adu ttvcke^. 
Calotear, "oa. \o XtVâfc.., \s> tíasax. 
\ Caloteiro,^, «m. ot \. ^>^2; 



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Caluda, interj. silence! hush! 
muin ! 

Galuxnnia, sf. calumny, slander. 

Galuxuniado, a, j^. aaj. calum- 
niated. 

Calumniador, a, sm. or f. ca- 
lumniator, slanderer, a slande- 
rous man or woman. 

Calumniar, va. to calunmiate, to 
slander. 

Galumniosaxnente, adv. calum- 
niously, slanderously. 

Galumnioso, a, adj. calumnious, 
slauderous. 

Calva, sf. baldncss. 

Calvar, va, to make bald. 

Calvário, sm. Calvary. 

Galvejado, a, pp. adj. made bold. 

Calvejar, cn. to grow bald. * 

Calvete, sm. a poiuted stake to 
impale people. 

Calvinismo, sm. calvinism. 

Calvinista, sm. calvinist. 

Calvo, a, adj. bald, bald-patcd. 

Cama, sf. bed ; ali that is laid on 
a bod ; litter of horsos. 

Camada, sf. laycr, stratum, row. 
— de sarna^ (med.) tbe itcli, an 
eruption, otc. 

Camafeu, sm. cameo, camaieu 
(precious stone); {paint.) ca- 
maieu. [beads. 

Camaldulas, sf. pi. a chaplet of 

Camaldulense, adj. 2 g. camai- 
doli, a religious order. 

Camaleão, sm. cameleon. 

Camalhão, sm. a ridge of land 
betweoii two furrows. 

Camanho, a.,adj.{anc.) how ^eat. 

Camão, sm. {nat. hist.) a bird so 
called. 

Camará, sf. chamber, room, bed- 
chamber. apartment. Moço da 
— , a valet de chambre ; to"wn- 
house, public council. — do 
comm^rcio, the chamber of com- 
merce. A — altay the upper house. 
A — dos deputados, tho house of 
commons; {a sea term) cabin. 
Camarás, sf. pL evacuation, 
diarrhura. [girdle. 

Camarabando, sm. a sort of 

Camarada, sm. companioni com- 
ríide. 



Camaradagem, sf. companion- 

ship, iutimacy. 
Camarão, sm. shrimp, pra-vrn; 

a sort of grapes. 
Camarária, sf. the charge or of- 

fice of a valet de chambre. 
Camarata, sf. a dormitory in a 

coUege. 
Csmaarção, sm. a little copse. 
Camarço, sm. capot. Uar — , to 

get ali the tricks. 
Camareira, sf. a lady of the bed 

chamber to the queeií. 
Camareiro, 5m. valet de chambre, 

chamberlain. 
Camarento, a, adj. lax of bocly. 
Camarilha, sf. a sort of powerful 

faction at the court. 
Camarim, sm. a jewel-house, an 

elegant closet. cabinet; cabin. 
Camarina, sf. Mooer a — , to do a 

hard thing. [so called. 

Camarinlias, sf. pi. a wild froit 
Csimarista, sm. a lord of the bed- 

chamber, chamberlain. 
Camarlengado, sm. office and 

dignity of a camerlingo. 
Camarlengo, sm. camerlingo. 
Camaroeiro, sm. a surt of net to 

take. shrimps. 
Camarote, sm. a box in a play- 

house; cabin in a ship. 
Camaroteiro. sm. he that sells 

the box-ticktíts. 
Camartellada, af. a ])1u-\a' with a 

quarr3'-man's hammer. 
Camartello , sm. quarry-man*s 

hammer. [pope. 

Camauro, sm. a cap used by the 
Cambada, sf. things threaded, 

that hang together. 
Cambado, a, pp. adj. straddled; 

changed. [knock-kneed, 

GamJiaio, a, adj. or*. bow-legged, 
GamJial, sm. a wood pieco about 

a inill-stone. [change ; fraud. 
Cambalacho, sm. truck, ex- 
Cambaleado, a, pp.adj. stag- 

gered, reeled. 
Cambalear, vn. to stagger, to real. 
Cambaleio, sm staggering, reelr 

ing. 
Cambalhota, sf. caper, skip, 

tumbling; summeraet. 



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Gamito, sm. a piece of timber 

in a cart. [heels. 

Gan)l>apè, sm. a trip up of the 
Cambar, vn. to straddle. 
Cambarcado, a,pp. adj. barred, 

chained. 
Gaxnbarcar, va. to bar, to chain. 
Gambaz, sf. pi. fellies or felloes. 
Caxnbetas, sf. pi. staggerings. 
Caxnbetear, vn. to sta^ger, to 

reel. [excnanged. 

Cambiado, a, pp. adj. chaDg;ed, 
Cambiador, sm. a mpney-cban- 

ger, a banker. [exchange. 

Cambial ^adj. 2 g. belonging to tne 
Cambiante, adj. 2 g. shot-colour- 

ed. [Furíacores. 

Cambiantes, sm. pi. {paint. ). V. 
Cambiar, va. to chauge, to ex- 

change; to give bills of ex- 

chan^e for money ; (a sea term) 

to shift. 
Cambio, sm. exchange, cbange, 

trucking; (bot.) the nutritious 

juice of vegetables. 
Cambista, sm. cambist, money- 

changer. 
Cambo, sm. hook, fork. 
Gamboas, sf. pi. a físh-garth. 
Cambolim, sm. a cloak. 
Cambota, s. a crooked piece of 

timber. 
Cambra or Caimbra, sf. cramp. 
Cambraia, sf. canibric. 
Gambraieta, sf. canibric of an 

inferior quadity. fwav-thorn. 
Cambrões, sm. pi. buck-tborn, 
CambudOja.ad/.nooked, crooked. 
Gambxilhada.sAa bunch of things 

of the same kind. 
Gamedrios, sm.pl. {bot.) anherb 

called water-gerraander. 
Camela, sf. a sne-camel. 
Camelão, sm. camlet. 
Cameleiro, sm. camel-driver. 
Gamelete, sm^ a sniall cannon. 
Gamelina, sf. {bot.) camelina, 

myagrum. [the camel. 

Gamelino, a, adj. belonging to 
Camélia, 5/1 camélia. 
Gamelo, sm. camel ; {/ig.) a booby, 

a fool; [ttrtil.) an ancient can- 

non. 

Camelopardal, sm, cameleopard. 



GamenaB, sf.pl. ( poet.) the Mvsea. 
Gamerariamente, aav. in a pri- 

vate council. 
Gamerario, sm.aji ancient dignity 

in the episcopal churches. 
Camilha, sf. a couch. 
Caminhada, sf. long -walk, vay, 

stretch. 
Caminhado, a, pp. adj. walked. 
Gaminhador, a, sm. or f. foot- 

passenger, walker. 
Caminhante, <f7/{.traveller,a Vf&y- 

faring man. 
Caminhar, vn. to walk, to travei, 

to go, to step ; (a sea term) to 

sail. 
Caminheiro, sm. an express, a 

courrier on foot. 
Caminho, sm. way, road, space, 

track. Um dia "iie — , a day's 

journey. A meio — , half-way. — 

de S. Ttàago (astr.)^ via lacten. 
Camisa, sf. shirt, shift. — de 

homem., shirt. — de mulher^ shift ; 

ifort.) the chemise of a bastion ; 

a plaster or plastering. 
Caznisola, sf. under-waistcoat ; a 

smock frock. 
Gamisote, sm. a fine shirt -with 

ruffles. 
Gamoez, a, sm. or /. pippin, cal- 

villo. 
CamomiUa, sf. Y. Macella. 
Gamóte, sm. a sort of ofíicer in 

the Portuguese índia. 
Gamouço.jsm. a hoap, a pile. Pt/r 

em — , to heap up. 
Campa, sf. a grave-.stone. 
Campado, a, j)j7. adj. encampnd. 
Campainha, sf. a bell, a littlu 

bell. 
Gampainheiro, sm. he vho car- 

ries funeral bills. • 

Campal, adj.ig.Y. Rural. Batalha 

— , a pitched battle. 
Campanado, a, adj. campani- 

form, shaped like a bell. 
Campanário, sm. a steeple, a 

beliry. [expedition. 

Campanha, sf, camçai^iv^ i&ftS& 
GaxnpanbiviVA, sm. c«>xu^«^\sca^% 

an o\d soVdvôT. iutax 

[ GampaxiiioTme^ adj. ^ Q- v!«**^ 



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Gampanil.ím. copper, metal used 

to make bells. 
GaxnpaniUia, sf. {hot.) bell-flower. 
Gampanudo, a, adj. fine, excel- 

lent. Palaoras campanudas^ big 

words. 
Campânula, sf. {bot.) campânula. 
Campanulado, a, adj. {bot.) cam- 

pauulate. [colours. 

Gaxnpão, sm. a marble or several 
Gampar. vn. to encamp ; to shine, 

to dash. [shined. 

Campeado, aL,pp. adj. encamped ; 
Gamipeador, sm. Y. Campeão. 
Gamipeão, sm. champion, chief- 

tain, combatant. 
Cstmpear , vn. to encamp ; to 

command ; to shine. 
Campeche, sm. and /. a city in 

America ; campeachy--wood. 
Campesino, a, adj. rural, rustic, 

silvan. [pestral, rural. 

Campestre, adi. 2 g. rustic, cam- 
Gamphora, sf. camphor, cam- 

phire. [phorata. 

Gamphorada, sf. Ibot.) cam- 
Gamphorado, a, adj. campho- 

rate. [rated salt. 

Gamphorato. sm.(cAem.) campho- 
Gamphoreira, sf. {bot.) campnor- 

tree. [phorated. 

Gamphorico, a, adj. {chem.) cam- 
Campina, sf. plain ; campaign. 
Gampinho, sm. countrj^-man ; 

herdsman. [in a picture. 

Campir, va. to put the sky parts 
Campo, sm. íield camp, pieco of 

ground, country./rjjara o cam- 
po^ to go into the country. As 

armas são tim leão de oiro em — 

azul {herald.), the arms are a 

lion on a field azure. Ter o — 

livre, to have a clear stage. 
Gamponez, a, sm. or f. a country- 

man, a country -woman. 
Gamponez, a, adj. rural, rustical; 

{fig.) siuiple. 
Gamponio, a, sm. or f. acountry- 

man, a country-woman. 
Camurça, sf. chameis, wild-goat. 
Camz2rpado, a, adj. of the colour 

ofcbamois. 
Cana, sf. Y. Canna. [berry. 

C^oaberge, sm, (jbot.) vhortt© 



Canabil, sm. canabil, a medicinal 

earth. 
Ganabraz,fm. {bot.) cow-parsnip. 
Canada, sf. a measure or iiquids 

in Portugal. 
Canafistula, sf. purging cássia. 
Canafreclia, sf. lennel-giant. 
Canal, sm. pipe, conduit ; channel; 

canal strait. O— da uretra^ {anat.) 

the urinary conduit. 
Canalha, s/l the rubble, the mob. 

Vil — , misei^able scum. 
Cansilicio, a, a4j. in a manner of 

canal. 
Canallcula, sf. {bot.) canalicula. 
Canaliculado, a, adj. canalicu- 

late, channelled. 
Canalisação, sf. canalisation. 
Canalisado, a, pp. adj. openod 

into channels. 
Canameiro, sm. a piece of ground 

where hemp grows. 
Canamo, sm. V. Cânhamo. 
Canapé, sm. sopha, couch. 
Canarim,sm. a sort of low Indian 

officer. 
Canário, sm. canary-bird. 
Canastra, sf. a great basket, 

dorsel, dorser. 
Canastreiro, sm. a basket-maker. 
Canave, sm. or adj. Linho — . V. 

Cânhamo. 
Cancaborrada , sf. V. Parvoíce. 
Cançacento, sm. a very tired 

mau. 
Cançaço,.vm. weariness. [ness. 
Cançadamente, adv. with veari- 
Cançado, a, pp. adj tired, fati- 

gued. 
Canção, sf. a song. 
Cançar, va. to tire, to fatigue, to 

weary. Tudo o cança^ {f^Q-) 

every thing annoys him. 
Cançativo, a, adj. that tires. 
Canoeira, sf. weariness. 
Cancella, sf. an iron or wooden 

barred gate; herse. 
Cemcellado, a,pp. adj. cancelled. 
Cancelladura, sf. stroke, dash. 
Cancellamento, sm. rescission^ 

obliteration. 

avrr\\\Tig. 



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Ganoellavel, adj. 2 g. that may 

be cancelled. 
Gancello, am. V. Cornélia. 
Câncer, sm. câncer, canker; 

{astrmi.) Câncer. 
Ganoerado, OL.pp. adj. cancerons. 
Canoerar, va. to cancerate, to 

have a câncer. 
Canceroso, a, adj. cancerons. 
Cancioneiro, sm. a book of songs, 

songster. 
Cancionista,5m. a ballad-makcr. 
Cançoneta, sf. canzonetta, a 

little song. 
Cancrescente, adj. 2 g. that 

tends to cancerate. 
Cancro, sm. câncer. 
Cancroso, a, adj. cancerons. 
Candar, adj. 2 g. iron-colour. 
Candearia, sf. ali the lights used 

in a house. 
Candeeiro, sm. lamp. 
Candeia, sf. lamp. Estar de—s ás 

avessas com alguém^ to be at 

variance. 
Candelabro, sm. a candle-stick ; 

chandelier. 
Candelária, sf. candlemas ; {bot.) 

woolblade. 
Candeliça,«/'.(a5ea term) a singie 

tackle block. 
Candenoia, sf. (phys.) incan- 

descence. 
Candente, adj. 2 g. candent, 

incandescent. 
Candl, adj. 2 g. candy. 
Candial, adj. 2 g. Trigo — , the 

best wheat. 
Candidamente, adv. sincerely, 

candidly. 
Candidato, sm. candidate. 
Candidez, sf. whiteness, can- 

dour. [sincere. 

Cândido, a, adj. white; candid, 
Candieiro, sm. V. Candeeiro. 
Candil, adj. 2 g. candy. Trigo — , 

the best wheat. 
Candisação, sf. candying. 
Cando or Candado, sm. cornet 

(of a liorse). [plaisance. 

Candonga, af. a pretended com- 
Candaogueiroj sm, âãtterer, — , 

a, mff. âAttexíng, 



Candor, sm. whiteness; sincerity, 

candour. [whiteness. 

Candura, sf. candonr, sinceríty; 
Caneca, sf. mug, can. 
Caneco, sm. a large jug. 
Canejo, a, adj. resemoling to a 

dog. [shin. 

Canela, sf. cinnamon. — dapema. 
Canelada, sf. a blow on the shin. 
Canelado, a, adj. dyed with the 

cinnamon. 
Canelão, sm. a sort of parsley. 
Caneleira, sf. the cinnamon-tree. 
Canelo, sm. a piece of a horse- 

shoe. [íits. 

Canelões, sm. pi. great long com* 
Ganemo, sm. hemp. 
Canequim, sm. a thin sort of 

cloth or muslin. 
Ganga, sf. a yoke for oxen ; por- 

ters polés. 
Gangações or Gangaçães, sf. pi, 

old furniture for a slavo in the 

Brazil. 
Cangado, a, pp. adj. cheated. 
Cangalhas, sf. pi. frames to 

carry great pitcners. 
Cangalheiro, a, adj. belonging 

to cangalhas. 
Cangalho, sm. a little branch 

with three, four or more pears, 

apples, etc, on it. 
Cangalhos, sm. pi. two pieces of 

wood on both sides of the ox's 

neck, to keep it fast under tho 

yoke. 
Cangar, va. — os bois, to pnt the 

oxen under the yoke; {fig.) tu 

cheat. 
Cangarilhada, sf. V. Trapaça. 
Gangioa, sf. a sort of meat mado 

of flour of millet. 
Gangirão, sm. a iug for winc. 
Congoèra, sf. a kind of ílutc. 
Gangosta, sf. a steep lane. 
Cangue, sm. a heavy wonden 

cofiar worn by convicts in Ásia. 
Canguru, sm. {nat. hist.) kan- 

guroo. [cloth. 

Canhamaço^ sm & eotI c^t c(^^^%« 
Canhaxneira ot C^xiQciaxívcXx».^ 

GanhaxneVxaX^ «m. «c-çVa.Ci^^^^^ 
hemp gro^a. 



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Ganhamiça, sf. the straw of 

hemp. 
Cânhamo, sm. hemp. Panno de 

— , hempen cloth. 
Ganhão, sm. a cannon, gan. — 

de vinte e quatro ^ a twenty-four 

pounder. A tiro de — within 

common shot. Culatra do — , the 

breech of a cannon. Canhões^ 

sm.pl. — de bota^ boot-tops. — ' da 

farda, do vestido^ coffs. Canhão 

do freio, the cannon of a bit. 
Ganhas (ás), adv. the wronç way. 
Ganhenho, .sm. book kept for re- 

marks. 
Ganho, a, adj. left-handed. 
Ganhonaço, sm, the shot of a 

cannon. [cannonade. 

Ganhonada , sf. cannonading, 
Ganhoneado, a, f^. adj. cannon- 

adcd. 
Ganhonear, va. to cannonade. 
Ganhoneira, sf. {fort.) embra- 

znre ; {s/tip) port-hole. 
Ganhoneiro , sm. caunonier , 

gunner. 
Ganhoto, a, adj. left-handed. 
Ganibal, sm. cannibal. 
Ganlçalha, sf. a number of dogs 

together; the rabble. 
Ganica, sf. ^ild cinnamon. 
Ganicie, sf grey-headedness. 
Ganicula, sf. the dog-star; the 

dog-days; canicule. 
Ganioular, adj. 2 g. canicular. 

Lias — es, the dog-dnys. 
Ganiforme, adj. 2 g. having the 

form of a dog. 
Canlfraz, adj. 2 g.a, person lean 

liko a skeleton. 
Ganilha, sf a weaver^s quill. 
Ganinamentef ado. in a manner 

of dog, dogly. 
Ganino, a, aàj. cnnine. 
Ganipreto, a. adj. Cavallo — , a 

horse with his black tibias. 
Ganistrel, sm. a basket made of 

twijrs. 
Ganlvete, sm. a penknife. 
Ganja, sf. rice that is oyer- 

boilod. 
Ganjado, a, pp. adj. advanced. 
Ganjar, vn. to advance, to get oo, 

to saií. 



Ganjaro, sm. crid, a Itfalay po- 
niard. 

Ganna, sf. a cane, reed — de aS" 
sucar, the sagar cane — do trigo^ 
milho, etc, stalk — de pescar, a 
fishing «od. — da pema^ the 
shin. [canes grow. 

Gannaveal, sm. a place where 

Ganneta, sf. pencil-case. 

Ganniçado, a, adj. fuU of reeds. 

Ganniçal, sm. a place planted 
vrith canes or reeds. 

Ganniço, sm. thin reeds. 

Ganniçoso, a, adj. full of reeds. 

Gano, sm. water-pipe, conduit, 
tube, funnel. — da chaminé, the 
shaft of a chimney. — da Um- 
peza, common sewer, gutter. — 
de espingarda, the barrei of a 
gun. — da penna, the stalk of a 
quill.— da bota, the leg of a boot. 
— da columna, the snaft of a 
pillar. Canos do órgão, the pipes 
of the organ; {fig.) chanuel, 
means, way. 

Gano, a, adj. white. 

Ganoa, sm. canoe ; boat. 

Ganon, sm. the cânon of the 
niass. 

Ganonarcha, sm. an ecdesiasti- 
cal ofíicer in Constantinople. 

Ganonical, adj. 2 g. canonicaL 

Ganonicalmente, adv. Y. Cano- 
nicamente, [call^. 

Ganonicamente , adv. canom- 

Ganonicato, sm. canonry, ca- 
nonship. [nesi. 

Canonicidade , sm. canonical- 

Ganonico, a, adi. canonical. 
Direito — , cânon íaw. 

Ganonlsação, sf. canonization. 

Ganonisado, a, adj. canonized; 
{/ig.) approved. 

Ganonisador, sm. canonizer, he 
that canonizes. 

Ganonisar, va. to canonize. 

Ganonisavel, adj. 2 g. that may 
be canonized. 

Ganonista, sm. canoniirt. 

Ganonisa, sf. a canoness. 

Ganopea or Ganopo, sm, {astron.) 
Canoput (itir.). 

Ganoro, a, «i^. oanorons, time- 
able; melodkwM. 



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Ganotillio, sm. pnrl, gold or 

silver purl. 
CaDonra, sf. {dosmoinhos) hopper, 

mín-hopper. 
Cans, sf. pi. white hairs. 
Cansar, va. Y. Cançar and deii- 

vated. 
Cantablle, sm. {music.) cantabile. 
Cantadeira . sf. 'woman "«'ho 

sings for hire. 
Cantadora, pp. adj. sung, cele- 

brated. Missa — a, grana mass. 
Cantador, sm. sínger. 
Cantante, adj. 2 §. singing, thnt 

sings. 
CantíLo, am. canton, district; 

{herald.) canton, square, portion 

of «scutcheon. 
Cantar, va. to sing ; to chant, to 

celebrate in ver«e. — tm. to 

chirp, to crow (birds). — sempre 

a mesma cantiga^ to 8aj still the 

same thing over and over. Hei 

de fazel-o — , 111 bring hlm on 

his marrow-bones. O — the 

singing. 
Cantara, sf. V. Cântaro. 
Cantareira, sf. a placo to set 

pots on. 
Cantarejo. sm. song, chant. 
Cantares, sm. pi. tne canticles 

in Scripture. 
Cantaria, sf. masonry. 
Cantarlna, sf. songstress, female 

singer. 
Cântaro, sm. a \rater-pot. 
Cantsurola, sf. a song sung by 

many yoices in a disaonant 

manner. 
Cantarolar, vn. to trill, to hum. 
Cantata, sf. cantata, little põem. 
Cantatriz, sf. chantress, fexnale 

singer. [be set to mnsic. 

Cantavel, adj. tunable, easy to 
Canteira, sf. a comer stone. 
Canteiro, sm. a hewer of stone ; 

the stand to pnt barreis upon. 

— de flores^ a bed in a garden. 
Cantharida , sf. cantíiarides , 

Spanish ilies. 
Oantica; sf. a satirícal song. 
Cântico, sm. canticle, song.' 
Cantiga, tf. eong, ballad. Eis uma 

outra — , that is another story. 



Cantil, sm. a sort of plane nsed 

by carpenters. 
Cantilena, sf. a song, a tune. 
Cantimplora, sf. a vessel mado 

of copper to cool wiuo. 
Cantina, af. cantão n. 
Cantfneiro, sm. canteon keeper. 
Canto, sm. singing. song, vocal 

music. — chtio, a plain singing 

l)y notes. 
Canto, sm. cornor, nngle. nook. 

coin. — do olho oanthus or cor- 

ner of the eve. JíUe vice em \nn 

veoueno — , íie lives in a sranl! 

hole.iV//* a um — , (/fgr.) todespise. 

Fazer sir/nal com o — do olho, to 

tip ono tho -wink. [hook. 

Cantoeira, sf. cramp-iron, cramp- 
CantOes, sm. pi. Os treze — aa 

Suissn, tbe thirteen cantons of 

Switzerland. 
Cantonado. a. adj. {herald.) can- 

toned, cautonized. 
Cantonal, adj. 2 f/. cantonal. 
Cantoneira, sf a street-walker ; 

a triangular cupboard. 
Cantor, sm. singer. 
Cantora, sf. a female singer, 

chantress. fdulation. 

Cantoria, sf. singing, music. mo- 
Cantolia, sf. a tribute that v^clh 

paid in Goa. 
Canudo, sm. tube, pipe. — dos 

foles, a bellows-nozzle. 
Cânula, sf. {surg.) cânula, canivle. 
Canzis, sm. pi. V. Cangalhos. 
Canzoada, sf a great niunber ot 

dogs. 
Canzoal, adj. 2 p. belonging to 

the dogs. Matilha—., (fiff-) tl^o 

meaner sort of people. 
Cão, sm. dog. — de gado, u shep- 

herd's dog. — de fila, a buli 

dog. — de mostra, a setting dog. 

— fraldeiro, a lap dog. — de caca, 

a hound or beagle. — de agua', n 

shock-dog. Vivfír vida de — , (fiff.) 

to live a miserable life. — de 

espingarda, the cock of a mus- 

ket. [tica. 

Caoutchone, sm. V. (romTna elas- 
Capa, »f. cloak. cope. — de Uvro, 

the binding of a book. — <le unw. 

fardo, tbft Nít«íç^« ^ ».\«iS». — 



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de cartãy the cover of a letter. 
Pôrse á — , {a sea term) to lie by, 
to back the sails. Jffomem de — 
€ espada, fit to bear arras ; [fig.) 
appearance, mask. 

Capacete, sni. helmet, head- 
piece. 

Capacho, sm. mat. 

Capachos, sm. pi. a religious 
order tbunded oy St. John of 
God. 

Capacidade, sf. capacity; ex- 
teusion, capauiousness. Homem 
de grande — , a very able man. 

Capacitado, a, pp. adj. con- 
vinced. 

Capacitar, va. to convince, to 
persuade; to enable. 

Capada, sf. capade (certain quan- 
tity of wool). [ing. 

Capadeira, sf. a knife for geld- 

Gapadeiro, srn. {anc.) a gelder. 

Capado, a, pp. adj. gelded ; that 
has a cloak. — sm. a kid ; a 
castrato. 

Capador, sm. gelder. 

Capadura, sf. gelding, castration; 
(hot.) the cutting olf of the an- 
thers. 

Capão, sm, a capon. 

Capapelle, sf. a furred garment 
foriuerly iised. 

Capar, va. to geld, to castrate ; 
{boi.) to cut on the eyes of luxu- 
riai! c plants. [hood. 

Caparão, sm. [fale.) a hawk's 

Caparazão, sm. a caparisou for 
a horse. 

Capar oeiro, a, adi. Falcão — , a 
liax^-k that has a hood. 

Caparrosa, sf. copperas. 

Capataço, sm. a blow in the 
horso's hoof. 

CapatãQ, sm. a fish so called. 

Capataz, sm. a warden of a Cor- 
poration of mechanics. 

Capaz, adj. 2 g. capable, capa- 
cious ; able, íit, sufncient. Fazer 
— , to make known. Homem — , 
an honest nian. [capacity. 

Capazmente, adv. skiliuUy,mt,bL 
Capciosamente, adv. captio\is\y, 

insidiously. [dious. 

Capcioso, a, adj. captious, msV 



Capeadamente , adv. secretlr, 

without noiso. Fez isto — , £• 

did that underhand. 
Capeado, a, pp. adj. diagoised, 

concealed. 
Capeador, sm. cloak-stealer. , 
Capear, va. to make a sign wiíb. 

a handkerchief; {/ig.) to dis* 

guise, to palliate, to conceal; 

to steal cloaks. 
Capeba, sf. {bot.) bitter root of a 

plant of Brazil. 
Capeiro, sm. he who brings the 

cope in some procession. 
Capelhar, sm. a sort of garment. 
Gapella, sf. chapei ; meetiag- 

house. — de flores, a goiano, 

crown. [church beneflce. 

Capellania, sf chaplainship, a 
Gapellão, sm. chaplam. 
Gapelleio, srn. an old head-dress. 
Gapelliço, snu {anc.) great coat 

'\^ith a hood. [met. 

Gapellina, sf. a sort of iron-hel* 
Capellista, sm. haberdasher of 

small wares; milliner. 
Capello, sm. cawl, hood> capuche. 

— de cardeal, a cardinal^ lut. 
Capelludo, a, adj. capuched, 

hooded. [a vagrant 

Cap'eincõllo, sm. a vagafjond, 
Gapendúa, sf. {bot.) the ahort 

shank apple. [of diah.^ 

Gaperotada, sf. a capilotade (sort 
Gapibara, sm. {nat. hist.) capibar. 
Gapi-catinga, sf. {bot.) a plant of 

Brazil. [university. 

Capigorrão, sm. a servitor in tiSe 
Gapiguará, sm. {tmt. hist.) an 

animal of Brazil. 
Capilé, sm. capillaire. 
Gapilhas, sf. pi. {printmg) the 

exemplars given to the authon 

and printers. [pillaceons. 

Capillaceo, a, adj. capillarv, oa- 
Gapillar, adj. 2 g. capiílary. 

Artérias — es, (anat.) caçillary 

arteries. [being capillajrj. 

Gapillaridade, sf. the quality of 
Gapillato, a, adj. {poet.) capillary. 

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Capinado, a, pp. adj. clear of 
capim. 

S^pinar, ua. to mow the capim. 
apineiro, sm. he that reaps 

capim. [small cloák. 

Gapinlia, sm. a bull-fíghter; a 
Capirote, sm. a hood, capuchine. 
Gapisaio, sm. a kiDd ot ancient 

garraent. 
CSapiscol, sm. capiscolus, dean of 

certain chapters. 
Gapistèiro, sm. V. Crivo. 
Capitação, sf. capitation. 
Capital, adi. 2 g. capital, chief, 

leading. Inimigo — , a mortal 

eneray. 
Capitai , sm. capital , money , 

stock, principal. — sf. chief city; 

[impr.) capital letter. Capitães^ 

sm. pi. funds, cash. 
Capitalisação, sf. the act of 

realizing capital. 
Capitalisar, va. to realize capital. 
Capitalista, sm. capitalist. 
Capitalmente, adv. capitally. 
Capitanea, sf. capitana, the ad- 

miral-ship. 
Capitaneado, a, pp. adj. com- 

manded. 
Capitanear, va. to command in 

chief. [taincy. 

Capitania, sf. captainship; cap- 
Capitão, «m. captam, commander, 

chief. — experimentado, an ex- 

perienced officer; [fig.) fore- 

most. 
Capitel, sm. {arch.) chapiter, ca- 
pital ; head, top ; pillar. 
Capitiluvio, sm. a bath to the 

head. 
Capitoa , sf. a she - captain ; a 

wroman that is the head of a 

sedition, etc. 
Capitolino, a, adj. capitoline. 
Capitólio, sm. Capitol. 
Capitula, sf. a portion of scrip- 

ture. 
Capitulação, sf. capitulation. 
Capitulada, sf. the articlcs of an 

accusation. 
Capitulado, a, pp. adj. capitu- 

lated; (anc.) aboreviated. 
Csmitvilador, sm. he who signs 

tbeãrtícJes of an accusation. 



Capitulante, adj. 2 g. and s. ca- 

pitular. 

Capitular, va. to capitulato ; {Jig.) 
to compound. — os erros de al- 
guém, to accuse articles of ao- 
cusation against oiie. 

Capitular, adj. 2 g. belonging to 
a chapter. — sm. the person 
who has a vote in any commu- 
nity. 

Capitulares, sm. pi. capitulars. 

Capitulario, sm. a book contain- 
iníç the capitulum. [larly. 

Capitularmente , adv. capitu- 

Capituleiro, sm. a book contain' 
ing the capitulum. 

Capitulo, sm. chapter (of a book) ; 
chapter (of achurch). Casa do — , 
the chapter house ; {fia.) siibj^ct, 
matter of discourse ; nead. Plis- 
semos sobre este — ,let us waivo 
that subject; urticle. conventiou. 

Capnomancia, sf. captiomancy. 

Capnomantico. a, adj. belonging 
to capnoiíiancy. 

Capo (da) stul [mus.) term In 
music which means that the 
ârst part of the tune should be 
repcated. 

Capoeira, sf. cafre, coop; (fort.) 
capoiíiore. 

Capoeirão, sm. an oM man. 

Capoeiro, sm. a thief that stcals 
heus from the coop. 

Caporal, sm. V. Cabo de esquadra. 

Capote, sm. a lar<^e great coat, 
a capote. J9ar — , {game) x*) capot 
one. [druped. 

Cappa, s. {nat. hist.) a wild qua- 

Capribarbudo, a, adj, having 
beards as a buck. 

Caprichado, a, pp. adj. that has 
made a point of honour to, etc. 

Caprichar, vn. to pride one'8 
self, to make a point of honoiu: 
to, etc. 

Capricho, sm. fancy, caprice, 
whim, humour. Fazer — de al- 
guma cousa, to boast of a tMng, 
to glory; {music.), capricio. 

Caprichosamente, adv, ca^rv- 
ciously, ía.ivXa^\\çió3^^ . 

Csmrlchoao, a, ad3. t-o.-çrcvwsv», 
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Capricórnio, sm. Capricom ; {nat. 

hist.) cerambix. 
Gaprificação, sf. capriâcation. 
Gaprigeno, a, cuíj. born of a she- 

goat. [oroatorbuck-goat 

Caprino, a. adj. belonging to a 
Capripede. adj. 2 q. capriped. 
Gaprisaltante . adj. S g. tbat 

leaps us a jjfoat. 
Capro. sm. a buck-goat. V. Bode. 
Capsula, f>f. {hot.) capsule, pod; 

(chem.) capsula. Capsulas ^(anat.) 

capsula^. 
Capsular, adj. 2^. {bot. and a/iat.) 

capsular, oapsulary. 
Capsulifero, a, adj. {bot) that 

has capsules. 
Captação, sf. captation. 
Captado, a, pp. adj. inveigled. 
Captador, sm. au inveigler. 
Captar, va. to inveigle, to capti- 

vate. 
Captivar. va. to captivate, to 

captive. Capiioar-se cr. to be 

churnied. subdued. [dage. 

Captiveiro. sm. oaptivity, bon- 
Captivo. a. adj. captivc. 
Captura, sf. capture ; arrest. 
Capturado., a, pp. adj. captured. 
Capturar, ra. to capture, to ap- 

prohond. to arrest. 
Capucaia. sf [bot.) a fruit aud 

tree ot' Brazil. 
Capucha, f>m. he who uses a hood. 

A' — , \^adc. lot'.) -\i'ithout osten- 

tation. [friars. 

Capudiinhos, sm. pi. capuchinc 
Capuchos, sm. pi. franciscan 

friai*». 
Capulho, sm. — da rosa^ i'ose-bud. 
Capuz. sm. a hood. 
Caqueirada. t-f. a blow \«-itIi a 

picce oi" au earthen vessel. 
Gaqueiro, sm. a pieco of an ear- 

then vessel. 
Cara. sf laco.vi&aíre : appearaiioe. 

couutenance. — He aço, a brazeu 

face. Humem de duas — jí, a de- 

ceitful lello-w. Xuo ter — para 

fazer uma eou.ui, to be ashained. 

Jíostrar mà — . to look upon one 

pourlv. Fazer — , to face. Fazrr 

caras, to luake moutlis; \Jíg.) 

appearance, outside. 



Cará, sm. cara; a kind of íjihaiBe 

of Brazil. [ber. 

Carabe, sm. karabe, yellow am- 
Carahico. a, adj. Acido ^^ Uie 

acid of karabe. 
Carabina, sf. carbine, rifle. 
Carabineiro, sm. carabineer, ri- 

fleman. 
Caraça, sf. an ugly face ; a mask. 
Caracal, sm. {nat. hist.) caracaL 
Caracol, sm. snail. Escada de — , 

(arc/i.) a winding stair case; 

(anat.) cocblea; a curl of hair. 
Caracolado, Si,pp. adj. caracded. 
Caracolar, vn. to caracol. 
Caracoleiro, sm. {bot.) anail 

flower. 
Caracter, sm. character; amark 

luade by cutting, chiselUng, 

writing; lettcr, type , print; 

dignity. Bom — de homem, a 

good-natnred man. Sahio do seu 

— , hc lost his teinper; {fig.) 

mark, token. stamp. 
Caracterisado, a, pp. adj. cha- 

racterized. 
Caracterisar, va. to characterize. 

Caracterisar-se^ vr. to characte- 

rizft one's self. [ristic. 

Caracteristica . sf. characte- 
Caracteristicamente, adv. cha- 

racteristioally. 
Caracter isticõ, a, adj. chiirac- 

toristic. 
Garáfo. sm. an usurer. 
Caramanchão or Caraman- 

chel. sm. a bo\v'er: an arch 

niado o í' polés. 
Carambano, .vm. a piece of ice. — 

df neve. a bali of snow. 
Carambola, sf. a cheat, a fraud, 

a trick : oarambol. 
Carambolado, a, pp. adj. caram- 

boled : caunonod. 
Carambolar, vn. lat billitirds) to 

caraml>t»l: to canhou. 
Caramboleiro, sm. be that ca- 

rambols : \fig.) a chicaner, hypo- 

crite. 
Caramelo.-^m.ice. a kInd of sw^eet- 

nieat made of porous sugar. 
Caramente, adv. dearly. 
Caramilho. sm. V. Enredo. 
Caraminhóla, sf. the top of tho 



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hair woand ^th a purple lace 

on the croirn of the head. 
Carampão , am. a piece of a 

printing presa. 
CSaramnJo, sm, {nat. hist.) a shell- 

ílsh like a periwinkle. 
CaramanhaB, sf. pi. children^s 

whimperíngs. 
Garamura, sm. akind of sea-fish 

of Brazil. [gaff. 

Carangueja, sf. {a sea term) a 
Caranguejado, a, pp. adj.^&Weá 

very slow. 
Garangnejeiro, sm. he that takes 

and sells crabes. 
Garangnejo, sm. crab. 
Caranguejola, sf. a large crab ; 

a 8ort of balustrade. 
Garanha, sf. an aromatic resin 

of China. [face. 

Garantonha, sf. a vizard, an ugly 
Garantulas, sf. pi. magic cna- 

racters. 
Carão, sm. complexion. 
Carapão or Carapau, sm. (nat. 

hist.) stickle-back (íiah^. 
Carapeta, sf. the fruit ot the leda 

"which when dried serves as a 

top for children to play "with ; 

an idle tale. 
GarapetSo, sm. a great lie. 
Carapeteiro, sw. a v,''úá pear- 

tree ; one \sho tells tales. 
Carapeto. sm. a thom found in 

the oranches of the carapeteiro. 
Garapina, sm. a carpentor (in 

Brazil). [of the blacks. 

Carapinha, sf. the wooUy hair 
Caraplnhada, sf. a sort of sher- 

bet or ice. 
Carapó eléctrico do Par&, sm. 

{nat. higt.) an electric eeL 
Carapuça, sf. a cap. 
GarapuçSo, sm. a Moorish cap. 
Carapuceiro, sm. a cap-maker. 
Carapulo, sm. {nat. hist.) the 

flower cup. 
Cararú, sm. (bot.) a plant. 
Caratules, sf.pl. typographical 

characters. 
Caravana, sf. caravan, convoy. 
Caravanas, sf. pi. cruise, cruises; 

a sea expedition of the new 

knigktt of Malta. 



Caravaneiro, sm. caravanier. 
Caravanista, sm. caravanist. 
Caravançará, sm. caravansarj-. 
Caravela, sf. caravcl or carvel. 
Caraveleiro, sm. a sea-man of a 

caravel. 
Caravelha, sf. the wooden pin 

or peg of any instruxneot. 
Caravo or Crevo, sm. a little 

caravel used in the Mediterra- 

nean sea. 
Caravonada. sf. a carbonado. 
Carbaso, .sm. (poet.) lincn for sails. 
Carbonado, a, adj. carbonated. 
Carbonairio, sm. carbonaro. 
Carbonarismo, sm. carbonarism. 
Carbonato, sm.irhnn.) carl>onate. 
Carbone, sm. {chem.) car))on. 
Carbónico, a. adj. carbonic. 
Carbonisação, s/. carbonisation. 
Carbonisado, a, pp. adj. car- 

bonized. 
Carbonisar. va. to car]>onize. 
Carbuncleo, a, adj. bright, shin- 

infr. 
Carbúnculo , sm. cnrbnnele : 

hnfd.) carbuncle, a plagne-sorc. 
Càrbunculoso, a. adj. {med.) cax^ 

buncled, postilential. 
Carbureto or Carburo , sm. 

(c/tem.) carburet. 
Càrcajão, sm. {nat. hist.) carcajo. 
Garção, S7n. inatrix nr niatrice ni 

gold in u gold-niine. 
Carcassa, sf. caroaas. 
Carcassão, sm. {ginnwry) carcass, 

iron case, etc, lilled wilh gre- 

nadoes. [defense. 

Carcava. sf. (fortif.) atrench for 
Carcavado, a, pp. adj. excavatcd. 
Carcavar, ta. to excavate, to 

ditch about. I^bomb. 

Carcaz. .^tm. quiver; a kind nf 
Carceragem, sf. carcella^e, pri- 

son fees. [derivated. 

Carcerar, va. V. Encarcerar and 
Cárcere, sm. prison, gaol, iail. 
Carcereira, sf. jailor s wife. 
Carcereiro, sm. jailor, gaoler. 
Carcinomatoso, a, adj. carclno- 

matous, cancorous. 
Garcoa, sf. a sort of indian ship. 
Carcoma, sf. the TA'orm in wooav 

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Garcozner-se, vr. to be worin- 

eaten. 
Carcomido, a, pp. adj. worm- 

eaten. 
Caroóva, a/, (fort.) a covered way. 
Carcunda, sf. hunch, hump. 
Garcundo, a, adj. hunched, 

hunch-backed. V. Corcovado. 
Carda, sf. card, au instrument to 

comb wool. 
Cardada, sf. a card full. 
Cardadeira, sf a -vroman that 

cards wool. 
Cardado, a, pp. adj. carded. 
Cardador, sm. a carder or "«^'ool- 

comber. 
Cardadura, sf carding. 
Cardai, sm. a place "^'here tliistles 

grow. 
Cardamina, sf. {bot.) cardamine, 

meadow-cress. 
Cardazno or Cardaznozno, sm. 

tho seed cardamonmm. 
Cardão, sm. (6oí.^ inangrove-tree. 
Cardar, va. to card, to comb. 
Cardeal, sin. caráinsLl ; [nat. hist.) 

cardinal (bird.) 
Cardeal, adj. 2 g. cardinal. 
Cardealado, sm. V. Card inalado. 
Cardealina, sf. {bot.) cardinal- 

flo^^er. 
Cardeiro, sm. he Mcbo makes 

cards to card wool. 
Cardenilho, sm. V. Verdete. 
Cardeo or Gardeno, a, adj. pale 

and -«'an. 
Cárdia, sf. {anat.) the superior 

oriíice or the stomacli. 
Cardíaco, a, adj. (anat.) cardiac, 

cordial. 
Cardialgia, sf. {med.) cardialgy. 
Cardialgico. a, adj. belonging to 

the cardialjJTV. L^^^Çy* 

Cardialogia, \s/. (anat.) cardia- 
Cardice, sm. a stone repres^ntiug 

a heart. 
Cardinal, adj. 2 g. cardinal, 

ohi(?t', principal. 
Gardinalado, sm. cardinalship, 

cardir.alate. 
Cardinalício, a, adj. cardinal. 
Cardinalista, sm. a sorvaut of a 

cardinal. 
Clardo, sm. a thistle. — bravo. 



sow thistle. — manso, the arti- 
choke.— santo, the holy thistle. 

— morto, grounaeL — corredor^ 
sea-holm, sea-holly or sea-hid- 
ver. — penteador, fuller^s thistle. 

— leiteiro, the white milkj 
thistle. — matacão, comb-wool 
or white caraelon thistle. 

Carduça, sf. cardass ; a thistle to 

card cloth with. 
Garduçado, a, pp. adj. carded 

with a cardass. 
Carduçador, a, sm. or /. he or 

she that combs or cards with a 

cardass. 
Garduçar, va. to card yrool "with 

a tliistle. 
Cardume, sm. — de peixes , a 

shoal of íish ; {fig.) a great mui- 

titude. [tion. 

Careação, sf. (m law) confronta- 
Gareado, a. pp. adj. (in lau>) con^ 

ironted ; allured. 
Gareador, sm. allurer, seducar. 
Garear, va. {in law) to confront, 

to allure. 
Careca, sm. a bald man. 
Garecente, adj. 2 g. wantinA 

deprived. [príved. 

Carecer, vn. to want, to be de> 
Carecido, a, pp. adj. wanted, de- 
prived. [sity* ne«d. 
Carecimento, sm. want, necea- 
Gareio, sm. allurement. 
Gareiro, a, adj. he or she who 

sells at a dear price. 
Carência, sf. want, necessi^ 

need. [dnm. 

Carepa, sf. dandrilf, scurf, dan* 
Garepento, a, or Careposo, a, 

adj. full of dandriff. 
Carestia, sf. dearness, high price, 

scarcity. 
Carestioso, a, adj. dear, costly. 
Careta, sf. grimace, grin. 
Gareza, sf. dearness. high price. 
Carga, sf. load. burden, freigh^ 

Itcsta de — ,a beast of burden. A 

— , heavy, ineoinmodious. Nea/io 

de — , a loadintr ship. — de arma 

de fogo. the charge of a gun; 

{milit.) charge. 
Cargo, sm. post, charge, oíAca^ 

place, employmeat. 2«* a «01c — ^ 



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to take charge of ; accnsation, 

imputation. 
Cargueiro, a, adj, that carries a 

"burthen. — , s, a mule-driver. 
Carguejado, a, pp. adj. that is 

carried in the mules. 
CSarguejar, va. to carry in the 

mules. 
Cariado, a, pp. adj. rotten. 
Cariar, vn. to make carious, to 

rot. [tides. 

Gariatides, sf. pi. {arch.) carya- 
Garicatura, sf. caricature. 
Cariciar, va. to caress. 
Caricias, sf, pi. caresses, de- 

moDstrations pt kindness. 
Garicioso, a, àdj. V. Carinhoso. 
Caridade, sf. charity, love of 

God ; alms. Casa ae — , alms- 

house. 
Caridoso, a, adj. charitable. 
Carie or Caries, sf. caries, ca- 

riosity. [shrunk face. 

Carifranzido, a, adj. that has a 
Caril, sm. the juice of tamarinds. 
Carizná, sm. mandioca or manioc 

prepare d in cakes. 
Carimbar, va. to seal. 
Carimbo, sm. seal. flove. 

Carinho, sm. kindness, aífectton, 
Carinhosamente, adv. aífection- 

ately, fondly. [kind. 

Carinhoso, a, adj. affectionate, 
Carioso, a, adj. carious, rotten. 
Cariredondo, a, adj. that has a 

round face. 
Carisma, sf (íAeoZ.Ygrace, favour- 

able influence of God. 
Caritativamente , adv. chari- 

tably, kindiy. [merciful. 

Caritativo, a, adj. charitable, 
Caritel, sm. (anc.) a cry of sor- 

row or distress. [heaven. 

Cariz, sm. — do céo, the cope of 
Carlequim, sm. a jack, a hand- 

screvr. [(a silver coin). 

Garlim or Garlimino, sm. carlin 
Carlinga, sf. carlin í^, the step of 

the mast. — s, carliugs, timbers 

Carlino, sm. carlme. 
Carme. sm. a põem. 
Carmeadeira, sf, awoman that 
combs -wooL 



Garmeado, a, pp. atlj, disen^ 

tangled, combed. 
Carmeador, sm. a man that 

combs wool. 
Carmear, va. to disentangle the 

wool to be carded. [wool. 

Carmelina, sf. superfine vigonia 
Carmelita, adj. 2 g. carmelita. 
Garmelitano, a, adj. carmelitc, 

belonging to carmelites. 
Carmelitas, sf. pi. Carmolit«?8; 

an order of friars. 
Carmesim, adj. -2 g. crimson, 

grain colour. [colour. 

Carmim, sm. carmine, a linr* red 
Õarmina, sf. carmine. 
Carminativo, a, a^^. {med ) oaV- 

minative. 
Carmo, sm. a religious order. 
Gamadura, sf. complexion, ilesh, 

skin. [cama^^e. 

Gamagem, sf. siaughter, slain, 
Carnal, adj. 2g. carnal, sensual, 

libidinous. — , sm. flesh-days, 

flesh-time • [cupiscence. 

Gamalidade, sf. sensual ity, con- 
Camalisar, va. to carnify. 
Carnalmente, adv. carnally, sen- 

sually. [BraziL 

Carnaúba, sf. {bnt.) a tree of 
Carnaval, «m. caruival, carnaval. 
Carnavalesco, a, adj. belonging 

to carnaval. [leather. 

Gamaz, sm. the Heshy side of 
Game, sf. flesh, meat. — de vacea, 

beef. — de carneiro, m\itton. -- 

de vitella^ veal. Cortar até á — 

viva, to cut to the qiiick. Dia de 

— , a ílesh-day. Sifr unha c — 

com alguém, to be a very grcat 

friend to one; — the puTp of 

fruits; — man. O Verho se fes--, 

the Word bccame man. 
Gamecoita. sf. a sort of plum. 
Gamefioação, sf. the carnifíca- 

tion of bonés into ílosh. 
Carneira, sf. sheep-skiu to bind 

books. 
Gameirada, sf. a large ílock of 

sheep; a very dangerous dis- 

ease in Africa. [herd. 

Gameireiro, sm. herdsman, shep- 
Gameiro, sm. mutton, sheeç. — 

castrado, a ^eítíMit -, «^ tíosotkA. 



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house; (astr.) tho first siçn of 

the zodiac ; a great hornea sea- 

fish. 
Cárneo, a, adj. fleshy. 
Carnerino, a, aclj. nesh-colour. 
Carniça, sf. a great quantity of 

meat, carna^e. 
Camiçal, adj. 2g. carnivorous, 

voracious. 
Camicão. or Gamegão, sm. the 

thick malter oí* a tumour. 
Camiceiramente, adv. cruelly, 

mhumanly. 
Carniceiro, a, adj. carnivorous, 

voracious ; (Jig.) inhuman, cruel, 

brutish; flesh-eater. — , sm. a 

butcher. 
Camiceria, sf. butchery, slaugh- 

ter-house, market. 
Camificação, sf. {surg.) carniii- 

cation. 
Carnificado. a, pp. adj. carniíied. 
Carnificar-se, vr. to camify. 
Camifice, adj.2g. that torments 

as tho haug-man. 
Carnificina, sf. murder, alaugh- 

ter, carnape. 
Camivoro, a, adj. carnivorous. 
Carnosidade, sf. carnosity. 
Carnoso, a, adj. fleshy, carneous. 
Carnudo, a, adj. íieshy, plump. 
Caro, a, adj. dear, costly; dear, 

beloved , grateful , esteemed. 

Tmmar — , to endear. 
Caro, adv. dear, at a hi^h price. 
Caroatá, sf. a sort of thistle. 
Caroavel. adj. 2 g. friendly. Ser 

— de alguma cousa, to like a 

thinp:. 
Carocha, sf. a painted pasteboard 

cap, set on the head of a bawd. 
Caroço, sm. nuclcus or stone in 

fruit. 
Carola, sm. a bigot or hypocrite. 
Carolice, sf. bigotry, hypocrisy. 
Carolim, sm. a sort of gold coin. 
Carolo, sm. the dashing of t\ro 

bowls together ; a blow with the 

knuckles; a spike of maize 

stf ipped of its grains. 
Caronada, sf. [artil.) caronade. 
Carótidas, sf. pi. the carotid ar- 

teries. 
Caroucha, sf. a chafer, a beetle. 



Carpa, sf. a carp. 
Carpe, sm. {botT) hom-beam. 
Carpear, va. V. Carmear. 
Garpentaria, sf. carpentry. 
Carpenteiro or Carpinteiro, tm. 

carpenter. [carpenter. 

Garpentejar, vn. to work aa a 
Carpideira, sf. mourner, a wo- 

man hired to mourn at a faneraL 
Carpido, a, pp. adj. cryed. 
Carpidor, sm. weeper. 
Carpidos, sm. pi. tears, moum- 

ings. 
Carpimento, sm. Y. Pranto. 
Carpir, va. to weep, to tear avay 

or off ; to mourn , to lament. Car- 

pir-se, vr. to scratch one'8 face. 
Carpo, «m. {anat.) carpus, the 

\rrist. [balsamtun. 

Carpobalsamo, sm. {bot.) carpo- 
Cai^oUtJios, sni.pl. carpolite pe- 

tníied fruits. 
Carpologia. sf. carpology. 
Carpophago, a. adi. frugivoroos. 
Carqueja, sf, the lesser groundr 

ivy. 
Carraca, sf. a carrack. 
Carraça, sf. a crab-louse, mite. 
Carraçaria, sf. a great quantity 

of mittís. 
Carrada, sf. cart-load. 
Carranca, sf. frown, grimace, 

wrinkled look, look of displefr* 

sure ; rough, ugly countenance ; 

horríd appearance ; spirit in the 

shapc 01 Dcasts. 
Carrancada, sf. a great number 

of carrancas. [bed, surlv. 

Carrancudo, a, adj. rude, crab- 
Carrapata, sf. a k)ug and gravo 

disease. 
Carrapateiro, sm. {hot.) ricimis, 

palma christi. Óleo de — , ricinine 

oil. 
Carrapato, sm. {nat. hist.) a tike. 
Carrapitos, sm.pl. small Duuches 

of hair tied with a string on the 

top of the head. [trees. 

Carrascal, sm. a ^rove of holm- 
Carrascão, adj. vinho — , rough, 

biting wine. 
Carrasco, sm. hangman. execn- 

tioner ; {fig.) a cruel ma.M ; a kind 

of hobn-tree, 

f 



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Carraspana, sf. Tomar a — , to get 
drunk. 

Garrasqueiral, sm. a place where 
oaks or holm-trees grow. 

Carraaqueiro , sm. a kind of 
holm-tree. 

Carrasquenho, a, adj. belonging 
to the oak; hard.- 

Garrasqueria, sf. a grove of oaks. 

Carreado, a, pp. adj. carried in 
a cart. [in a cart. 

Carrear, va. to carry any thing 

Carrega, sf. V. Carga. 

Carregabesta, sf. a sort of grapes. 

Carregação, sf. cargo, loading, 
freight. 06ra de—,aa\e work. 
Fazenda de — , coarse goods. 

Garregadamente , adv. gmd- 
gingly. [cards. 

Carregadas, sf. pi. a game at 

Carregadeiras, sf.pl. {aseaterm) 
the ropes that serve to clap on 
the sails. 

Carregado, a, pp. adj. loaded, 
charged, oppressed, heavy. — 
de somno, síeepy. Rosto — sour- 
looked.— de anitos^ full ofyears ; 
(herald.) any piece that has ano- 
ther over it. [loads ships. 

Carregador, sm. a merchant that 

Carregamento, sm. cargo, load- 
ing. 

Carregar, va. to load, to burden, 
to freight; to charge (afire-arm), 
to charge the enemy. — as vekis, 
{a sea term) to clap on the sails. 
— o estômago^ to clog the sto- 
mach. — a mão, to punish one 
severely. — em alguma cousa, vn. 
to press upon. Carregar-se, w. to 
grow cloudy. 

Carrego, sm. V. Cargo. 

Carregoso, a, adj. {anc.) V. Pe- 
sado. 

Carregume, sm. weight. 

Carreira, sf. career, race, mn- 
ning, runt — do cavallo, a heat. 
Ir de — , to go with ali speed. A — 
do sol, lua, etc, course or race 
of the sun or moon. — d'um na- 
vio, course, track. Este cocheiro 
»6 fêz^dua» — s dvrante o dia, 
this coachman has ohly had two 
farei n the course ofuie day. 



Carreiro, sm. a narrow -way; a 
carnian. 

Carreirola, sf. [nat. hist.) a kind 
of lark. 

Carrejar, va. V. Carrear. 

Carreta, sf. cart, carriage. 

Carretada, sf. cart-load. 

Carretagem, sf. carriage, car- 
tage. 

Carretão, sm. V. Carreteiro. 

Carretar, va. V. Acarretar. 

Carrete, sm. small cart, \k'aggon; 
a piece of a mill. 

Carreteira, sf. a lighter. 

Carreteiro, sm. carman, cárter. 

Carretel, sm. a turn-stile, a turn« 
pike. 

Carretilha, sf. jngging-iron. 

Carreto, sm. carriage, portago. 

Carriado or Carreado, a, adj. 
carriod, brought in a cart. 

Carriagem, sf. carriage. 

Carrião, sm. an axle with two 
wheels used by the fullers. 

Carriça, sf. a hedge-sparrow. 

Carriçal, sm. a place whcro 
sword-grass grows. 

Carriço, sm. {oot.) sedge, sword- 
grass. 

Carril, sm. the track or rut of a 
chariot wheel. — de ferro, rail; 
a highway. 

Carrilhão, sm. chlme, peai; caril- 
lon, musical bells. 

Carrilho, sm. cheek, jaw. 

Carritel, sm. a pullev. 

Carro, sm. cart, chariot, car, 
waggon . — para acarretar ma- 
deira, a tug ; {astron.) Charles^s 
wain. 

Carroça, sf. coach, cart, waggon. 

— de aluguel f a hackney coach. 
Carroçada, sf. a cart-load. 
Carroçar, va. to biing or convey 

in a coach. 

Carroceiro, sm. carman, cárter, 
waggoner ; coach-maker. 

Carromato, sm. i*emoving car- 
riage. 

Carruagem, sf. a cart, a coach 
or chariot. — de aluguel, a hack- 
ney-coach. 

CarbBu sf. letter, eçlstil&^TcvVtxCva^. 

— de metreor, «^ ôft»* tít^sxNH.— 



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— regiãy an order or ordinance. 

— citatoria, summons. Cartas de 
jogar, playing cards. Ter boas — , 
to have a good hand at cards. 
Perder por — de mais ou de 
menos, to be over or under. 

Gartabuxa, sf. a copper brush 

used by goldsmiths. 
GartaJbuxado, a^p. adj. cleaned 

with a brush. [brush. 

GartaLbuxar, va. to clean with a 
Cartada, sf. a sort of t\s'o cards 

in the basset. [thage. 

Gartago or Carthago, sm. Car- 
Gartaxuo, sm. wild saffron. 
Gartão, sm. cartoon; a sort of 

pasteboard. 
Cartapacio. sm. a stitched book. 
Gartasana, sf. cartisane. Jlenda 

de — , vellum-lace. 
Gartaz, sm. bill, placart ; posting- 

bill, play-bill. 
Garteado, a, pp. adj. sailed ac- 

cording to the comuass. 
Gartear, va. to sail oy the com- 

pass. Cartear-se, vr. to corres- 

pond by letters. 
Garteira, sf. pocket-book, port- 

folio; letter-case. 
Garteiro.5m. the postman. 
Garteirola, sf. V. Cartucheira. 
Cartel, sm. a wi'itten challenge, 

cartel. [philosophy. 

Gartesianisxno, sm. Cartesian 
Cartesiano, a, adj. Cartesian. 
Garteta. sf. a game at cards. 
Cartilagem, sf. cartilagá. 
Gartilagineo. a, adj. cartila- 

ginous. [ginous. 

Cartilaginoso, a, adj. cartila- 
Cartilha, sf. alphabet.catechism, 

prhner. (account book. 

CartimpólOf sm. a countryman's 
Cartomancia, sf, the divination 

by the cards. [records. 

Cartorário, sm. keeper of the 
Cartório, sm. V. Archivo. 
Garturario or Cartureiro, «m. 

archivist. [cartridges. 

Cartuchame, sm, a provision of 
Cartucheira, sf. cartridge-box. 
Cartacho.sm.cartridge.cartouch; 

a cornet of paper used by gra- 

cers. 



Cartulario, sm. archivist. 
Cartuxa, sf. a convent of Car- 

thusians. 
Cartuxos, sm. pi. Carthusians. 
Caruncho, sm. rottcnness. 
Carunchoso, a, acZ/.^orm-eateQ, 

rotten. 
Caruncula, sf. {anat.) caruncl». 
Caruru, sm. an herb of Brazil. 
Carvalhal, sm. a grove of oaks. 
Carvalheira, sf. the she-oak. 
Carvalho, sm. oak. 
Carvão, sm. coal. — de pedra, pit- 

coal. — de lenha, charcoal. Negro 

como um — , coal-black. 
Carviz, sm. fisherman (in índia). 
Carvoaria, sf. the place where 

charcoal is made. 
Carvoeira, sf. a coal-house, coal 

pit; a coal-woman. 
Carvoeiro, sm. a coal-man. 
Carvoejado,a, pp. adj. converted 

into coal. [coal. 

Carvoejar, va. to convert into 
Garyophilata, sf. avens or herb 

benet. 
Caryophilo, sm. Y. Cravo da 

índia. 
Casa., sf. house, homo, habita- 

tion ; family, extraction. — de 

esgrima, fencing school. — da 

moeda, the mint. Pâr — , to set 

up house-keeplng. — do botão, 

a Dutton-hole. 
Casaca, sf. coat. Sobre — , great 

coat. Voltar a — , to be a turn- 

coat. — amargosa, {bot.) plant 

in Brazil. 
GasacSo, sm. a great-coat. 
Casaco, sm. upper-coat, surtout. 
Casadeiro, a, adj. marriageable, 

nubile. 
Casado, a, pp. adj. married. 
CasadoirO} a, adj. marriageablo. 
Casal, sm. a farm-house; a cou> 

pie male and femalc. 
Casaleiro, sm, he that lives in a 

farm-house. 
Casamata, sf. casemate. 
Casamatado, a, adj. having 

caseraates. 
Casamenteiro, a, sm. or /. matob- 

maker. 
Casamento, sm. marriage, w€»d- 



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ding, ^edlock, match, matri- 

mony. 
Casantes, sm. pi. the bridegroom, 

the bride. 
Gasapo, sm. a cannon (in índia). 
Casar, 5m. hamlet. 
Casar, va. and n. to marry; to 

become, to suit with ; {fig-) to 

conciliate, to unite. Casarse ^ 

vr. to marry. 
Casaria, sf. a row of houses. 
Casatorio, sm. marriage. 
Casca, sf. bark, rind (tree^ ; husk 

or hose of wheat, etc. Por — s 

de alhos^ for trifles. Julgar da 

madeira pela — , to judge of the 

inside by the outside. 
Cascabumo, 5m. the peei, or skin 

wherewith seeds are covered. 
Cascado, a, pp. adj. struck. 
Cascalheira, sf. place full of 

stones or graveis. 
Cascalho, sm. pebbles; shard of 

marble, gravei. 
Cascalhoso,a,ac(/. full of pebbles. 
Cascalhudo, a, adj. full of gravei. 
Cascalvo, a, adj. that has one or 

more white coffins (a horse). 
Cascar, va. to strike. [or rind. 
Cascaroso, a, adj. having a bark 
Cascarra, s/l a sortof f.sh. 
Cascarrão, adj. Vinho — , a sort 

of heady wine, 
Cascarrilha, sf. {hot.) cascarilla. 
Cascata, sf, cascade, -water-fall. 
Cascavel, sm. varvels about the 

leg of a hawk. Cobra de — , a 

rattle-snake. A — surdido^ si- 

lently. 
Casco, sm. the skull ; the hoof ; 

the keel or bottom of a ship; 

helmet, casque. Os cascos^ sm. 

pi. the brains ; {a sea term) casks 

on board a shiç. [rind. 

Cascudo, a, adj. having a thick 
Gasculho, sm. {anc.) rind, peei. 
Caseação, «/*. tne formation of the 

cheese by the decomposition of 

the milk. 
Gaseadeira, sf. button-maker. 
Caseado, a, pp. adj. having but- 

to&4ioles. [holes. 

Casear, va. and n. to make button- 
Casebre, «m. a small house« 
Partb I. 



Caseira, sf. a farmer's wife. 
Caseiro, sm. a farmer. 
Caseiro, a, adj. domestic. homely. 

private. Pão — ^^ousehold bread. 

Ave — , a tame fowl. 
Gaseo, sm. the residue of the 

curdle-milk. [cheese. 

Gaseoso, a, adj. caseoas, like 
Caserna, «/*. barracks. 
Gaserneiro, fm. he thatkeeps the 

barracks. [cinnamon. 

Gasia or Cássia, sf. aromatic 
Casimira, sf. casimir. 
Caso, sm. accident, event, case, 

chance, fortune. ; fact, deed, 

matter, crime. Fazer grande — 

de alguém f to have a g^eat 

esteem for one. Fazer pouco — 

dCy to make light of. 
Casório, sm. a country house. 
Caspa, sf. scurf, dandruíf. 
Gaspear-se, vr. to âU on's self of 

scurf. 
Gasposo, a, adj. scurfy. 
Casqueiro, sm. a place where 

wood is assamblea to be rough- 

hewn. 
Gasquejado, a-pp. adj. cicatrized. 
Gasquejar, va. to cicatrize. 
Gasquento, a, adj. that has a 

great bark or rind. 
Casquete, sm. a calot, leather or 

paper to cover the skull. 
Casquicheio, a, adj. that has the 

casco full (horse). 
Gasquicopado, a, adj. that has 

the casco cut (horse). 
Gasquiderraxnado, a, adj. that 

has the casco verylarge (horse). 
Casquilhar, va. to dress Hke a 

beau. [ness. 

Casquilharia, sf. fashionable- 
Gasquilhioe, sf. fashionableness. 
Casquilho, sm. a cox-comb, a 

beau, a fop. IS^Yt merry. 

Gasquilucio, a, adj. sprightly, 
Casquinha, sf. a thin rind or 

little bark. 
Cassa, sf. muslin. 
Cassação, sf. cassation, annnl- 

ment, quashing. [quashed. 

Cassado, a, jm. adj, annulled» 
Cassar, va. to break» V) «^çoiâív^v» 

ann^ú. 

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Cassarola, sf, saucepan ; a copper 

stewing pan. 
Cássia, sf. V. Cana fistula. 
Cassida, sf. {nat. hist.) cassida. 
Cassidea, sf. {nat. hist.) helmet- 

shell. 
Cassldonia, sf. {miner.) cassidony. 
Gassim, sm. a small metal pan. 
Cassina, sf. (bot.) cassine, cas- 

siaberry Dusn. [cards. 

Cassino, sm. cassino, game at 
Cassinoide, sm. {math.) cas- 

sinoide. 
Cassiopea, sf. {astron.) cassiopea. 
Gassiotico, a, adj. Nó — , a knot 

hard to be untied. 
Cassis, sm. V. Caciz. 
Cassoila or Caçoula, sf. a per- 

fuming pan. [trucks. 

Cassoilos, sm. pi. [a sea term)j 
Cassoleta, sf. hammer. 
CsiStSi,sf. race, family, generation, 

stock, kind, line, [destly. 

Castamente, adv. chastely, mo- 
Castanha, sf.chestnvit.CastanhaSt 

.<?/". pf. {a sea term) cleats. 
Castanhal, sm. aplot of chestnut- 

trees. [tree. 

Castanheira, sf. a wild chestnut- 
Castanheiro, sm. a chcstnut<tree. 
Castanhetas, sf. pi. castanets, 

snappers, the snapping of the 

íingers. 
Castanheteado, Si^pp.adj. played 

with castanets. [nets. 

Gastanhetear, vn. to play casta- 
Castanho, a, adj.chestnutcolour. 

— claro, auburn. — escuro^ dark 

chesnut colour. 
Gastanhol, sm. straw of rye. 
Castanholas, sf. pi. (nat. hist.) 

spondylus. [nut-trees. 

Gastanhoso, a, adj. fuUof ches- 
Castanita, sf an argillous stone 

resembling a chestnut. 
Gastão, sm. the head of a cane. 
Castellania, sf. castellany. 
Castellão,5m. castellain,captain ; 

constable. 
Gastellar, va. V. Acastellar. 
Gastellas, sf.pl. an ancient coin 

of king Jolm I. 
Gastellatico, sm» {anc.) a sort 
ofold tribute. 



Gastelleiro, sm. castellain. 
Castello, sm. castle, fort, citadel, 

fortress. — da popa, {a sea term) 

hind-castle. — de proa^ the fore- 

castle. 
Casteval, sm. V. Castellão. 
Gastiçado, a, pp. adj. bred. 
Castiçar, va. to breed, to engen- 

der. [good breed. 

Castiço, a, adj. of good birth, of 
Castidade, sf. chastity, chaste- 

ness, continence. Arvore da — , 

Agnus castus. [chaste. 

CastiJEicado, a, pp. adj. made 
Castificar, va. to make chaste. 
Castigação , sf. correction , 

amendment in oooks. 
Gastigadamente, adv. correctly, 

accurately. 
Castigado, a, pp. adj. chastised, 

punished. 
Castigador, sm. chastiser. 
Castigar, va. to chastise, to 

punish, to correct. — um livro^ 

to correct or amend a book. 
Castigavel, adj. 2 g. chastisable, 

punishable. [tisement. 

Castigo, sm. punishment, chas- 
Gastinçal, sm. a grove of -wild 

chestnut-trees. [tree. 

Castinceira, sf. a -wild chestnut- 
Gasto, a, adj. chaste, continent, 

honest, puré. 
Castões or Gostões, sm. pi. sol- 

diers whose duty was to guará 

the sea-cost. 
Castor, sm. castor, beaver 
Gastoreo, sm. castoreum. 
Castração, sf. castration, gelâ- 

ing, emasculation ; the cutting 

off of the anthers. 
Castrado, a, pp. adj. castrated, 

gelded. — sm. castrato. 
Castrador, sm. gelder. 
Gastradura, sf. castration ; a scar 

left by the castration. 
Gastrametação. sf. castrameta- 

tion. 
Gastrametado , a, adj. sur* 

rounded with intrenchments. 
Castrar, va. to castrate, to geld. 

V. Capar. 
Castrense, adj, 2 g. of or pertain- 

ing to a camp. 



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Gatsaal, adj. S g. casual, acci- 

dentaí, precarious. 
Casualidade , sf. casualty, chance. 
Casualmente, adv. aocidaoitally, 

by chance. 
Casulsta, sm. casuist. 
Casuístico, a, adj. casuistical, 

sophistical. 
Casula, sf. a chasuble. 
Casulo, sm. the huU or .peei en- 

closinff the seeds of grain; — 

cod of a silk-worm. [halls. 

Casuloso, a, adj. that has the 
Cata, sf. a view, a search. Ir em 

— , to fetch. [tists. 

Catabaptistas, sm. pi. catabap- 
Catachrese, sf. {rhet.) cata- 

chresis [enundation. 

Gataclysmo , sm. cataclysm ; 
Catacumbas, sf. pi. catacombs. 
Gatacustica, sf. cataooustics. 
Catadioptrica , sf. (phys.) cata- 

dioptrics. 
Catado, a, pp. adi. searched. 
Catadromo, sm. a dancing rope. 
Catadupa, sf. catadupe, cataract, 

water-fall. 
Catadura, sf. countenance, as- 

pect, disposition. Bôa, má — , 

good, bad look. 
Catafalco, sm. catafalco, a fune- 
ral decoration. 
Catalectico, a, adj- catalectic. 
Catalectos, .sm. pi. collection. 
Catalepsia, sf. catalepsy. 
Cataléptico, a, adi. cataleptic. 
Catalogo, sm. catalogue. 
Catalotico, a, adj. catalotic 
Catalufa, sf. a sort of wool cloth. 
Catana, sf. large broad-^svord, 

cutlass. [cutlass or sword. 

Catanada, sf. a stroke with a 
Catanear, va. V. Acutilar. 
Gatapasmo, sm. {med.) catapasm. 
Catapereiro, sm. a sort oi wáà 

pear-tree. fphract. 

Catapbracta, sf. {milit. 'Wt) cata- 
Gataplaracto, sm. cataphract; a 

horseman in complete armour. 
CataplwBnía, sf. cataplasm, pla- 

ster. 

Gatapteamado, a, ada. full x)f 
cataplasms; Uig.) siekly. 



Cataporas, sf. pi. the small-pox 

(Brazil). 
Catapulta, sf. a catapult. 
Gatar, va. to seek, to look for, to 

search ; to louse. Caiar-se, vr. to 

louse one's self. fali. 

Cataracta, sf. cataract, water- 
Catarata, sf. {med.) cataract. 

Tirar as cataratas^ (jig.) to disa- 

buse. 
Catarateiro, sm. {med.) he who 

cures cataracts. 
Catarina, sf. Boda — , a wheel 

so called among watch-^nakers. 
Catarral, adj. 2 g. cotar rhal. 
Catarreira, sf. agreat catarrh. 
Catarrento, a, actj. catarrhous. 
Catarro, sm. catarrh, cold. 
Catarroso, a, adj. catarrhous. 
Catascopio, sm. a sort of light 

ship. [stuff. 

Gatasol, sm. a superfíne woollen 
Cs^sta, sf. a stall wherein they 

set slaves to sale , a strapado. 
Gatastaltico, a, adj. {med.) as- 

tringent. 
Catostase, sf. catastasis. 
Catastrophe, sf. catastrophe. 
Catatau, sm. rapier, sword with 

•a large blade. 
Catatua, sf. cockatos, a bird of 

Ásia. 
Catavento, sm. weather cock. — 

de tiavio, weather Jflag ; a wheel 

with holes to air houses. 
Catechese, sf. oatechism. 
Gatediisação, sf. caAechising. 
Catechisado, a, pp. adj. cate- 

chised. 
Catecliisante, sm. Y. Catechista. 
Catechisar, oa. to catechise; 

ifig.) to reason with. 
GatechiHmo, sm. catechlsm. 
Catecdiista, sm. catechist. 
CatectUstico, a, adj. catechistic, 

catechistical. 
Cateoliumenado, sm. the statc 

of a catechumen. 
Catechumenia , sf. {anc.) that 

part of church appointed for 

the instruction. 
Catechuxneno, a, sm. or f. a ca- 
techumen. 
Catela, «f . * eoe^ «1 «aiiàffBX ^asN- 



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Gatenifonne, adj. 2 ^. in a form 
of a chain. 

Caterva, sf. a crew, a shoal, troop. 
Yir em — , to throng to^ether. 

Gatharista, sm. V. Expiador, 

Catharma, sf. the expiatory 
victim. 

Gatliarsia, sf. {med.) natural or 
artificial evacuatioji. 

Cathartico, a, adi. {med.) ca- 
thartic, cathartical. 

Gatharticos, sm. pi. {med.) ca- 
thartics or purging medicines. 

GaUiedra, sf. catnedra 

Gathedradego, sm. [anc.) cathe- 
dratic. 

Gathedral, sf. cathedral. 

Gathedrante , sm. cathedrated 
doctor, professor. 

Gathedratico, sm. professor in 
an university. 

Cathegoria, sf. category, class. 

Gathegoricamente , aao. cate- 
gorically. 

Gathegorico, a, adj. categorical. 

Catherese, 5/. {med) extenuation. 

Catheretico, sm, {med.) cathere- 
tic, caustic. [probe. 

Catheter, sm. {surg.) catneter, 

Gatheterismo, sm. {surg.) cathe- 
terism. 

Gatheto, sm. {arch.) cathetus, a 
perpendicular Une. 

Gatholicaxnente, adv. catholicly. 

Gatholicão, sm. catholicon; a 
purging electuarv. 

Gatholicidade, sf. catholicness. 

Gatholicismo, sm. catholicism. 

Gatholico, a, adj. catholic ; uni- 
versal. Isso não é — , that is aot 
orthodox. Forno — , {chem.) a 
little furnace. — , sm. he who 
professes the catholic religion. 

Gâitilinaria , sf. the three dis- 
courses of Cicero against Cati- 
lina, [índia. 

Catimàron, sm. a sort of ship of 

Catimbâo, sm. a ridiculous man. 

Gatinga, sf. rank smell of the 
blacks. [livated. 

Cativar, va. V. Capticar and de- 

Gato, sm, catchu, cashou. 

Catohlepa, sf. a beast near the 
rise orthe Nile. 



Gatodonte, sm. {nat. hist.) cato- 

don. 
Gatoptrlca, sf. catoptrics. 
Gatoptrico, a, adj, catoptrical. 

Quadrante—, a renecting dial. 
Gatoptromancia, sf. catoptro- 

mancy. 
Catorchite, sm. wine of figs; a 

sort of vinegar. 
Catraio, sm. a sort of boat to 

carry fish in. 
Catrapós, sm. the noise a horse 

makes when running. 
Catre, sm. a little bed. 
Catropeo, sm. a horse. 
Gatual, sm. a governor in índia. 
Catulo, sm. {poet.) the yoong of 

ali beasts. 
Gatur, sm. a small ship of war 

with oars, in índia. 
Gatur eiró, sm. he who commandft 

a catur. 
Caturra, sm. a buffoon, jester. 
Caturrar, va. to jest, to be jo- 

cose. 
Caturrice, sf. bu|foonery, jesting. 
Caução, sf. caution, suretjr, bau 
Caucaseo, a, adj. Caucasian or 

Caucasean. 
Caucionado, a, pp. adj, caa- 

tioned, warned. 
Caucionar, va. to caution, to 

bail one. Caucionar-se, vr. to 

nrovide, to be cautious ; to be 

uailed. 
Cauda, sf. tail, train ; stalk, atem; 

end, extremity. A — de um pa- 
vão, a peacock's train. 
Caudal, adj. 2 g. plentiful. 
GaudaJosaniente, adv. copious- 

ly, plentifully. 
Caudaloso, a, adj. plentiful, co- 

pious. Rio — , a might^ river. 
Caudatário, sm. a train-bearer. 
Caudato, a, adj, caudate, having 

a tail. 
Gaudif ero, adj. that bears a túL 
Gaudilhado, a, pp, adj, com- 

manded. 
Gaudilhamento, sm. the action 

of commanding. 
Gaudilhar, va. to conunand» 

V. Capitanear. 
\ CQNLiddUio, sm. a captain, a leadea 



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Caudino, a, adj. made of a truuk. 
Caule, sm. stalk, blade, stem. 
Caulicolo, sm. {arch.) caulicole. 
Caulino, a, adj. [bot.) caulife- 

reous. 
Caurtm, sm. cauris, porcelain- 

sheel; (/Ç^.) a trick. [dler. 

Caurineiro, sm. sharper, swin- 
Causa, sf. cause, principie, oc- 

casion ; plea, process. Um advo- 
gado sem — , a counsellor without 

a client Party, side, interest. 

Por — rfe, for the sake of. Por 

que — ? why ? [casioned. 

Causado, a, pp. adi. caused, oc- 
Causador, a, adj. tnat causes or 

occasions. — sm. author. 
Causal, sm. reason, motive. — 

adj. 2 g. causal, causative. 
Causalidade, sf. causalit^. 
Causante, adj. 2 g. causing. 
Causar, va. to cause, to occasion, 

to give. Causar-sey vr. to bring 

upon one's self. — a si mesmo 

enfado , to create one's self 

trouble. 
Causativo, a, adj. causative. 
Causidico, sm. Y. Advogado. 
CausUcado, a, pp. adj. that has 

been burnt by caustics; {fig.) 

importuned. 
Causticante, adj. 2 g. burning ; 

ifig.) importune. 
Causticar, va. to apply caustics , 

ifig.) to importune. 
Causticidade , sf. causticity , 

caustic humour. 
Cáustico, a, adj. caustic, burn- 

ing; (fig.) caustic, bitinç. 
Cáustico, sm. {med.) caustic ; {fig.) 

violence. 
Cauta, sf. a kind of herb. 
Cautamente, adv. warily, with 

caution. [precaution. 

Cautela, sf. caution, wariness. 
Cautelar, va. V. Acautelar and 

derivated. 
Cautelosamente, adv. cautious- 

ly, prudently. 
Cauteloso, a, adj. crafty, cun- 

ning, sly, prudent. 
Cauteretico, a, adj. caustic. 
Cautério, sm, cautery. 
Gautcoriaè^U). sf. cautemation. j 



Cauterisado, a, pp. adj. cauter- 

ized, burnt. [izes. 

Cauterisador, sm. he who cauter- 
Cauterlsar, va. to cauterize, to 

sear, to bum, to apply a cau- 
tery. [prudent. 
Cauto, a, adj. wary, cautious. 
Cava, sf. a turrow; digging or 

delving. Veia — , {anat.) the bol- 

low vein. CavaSy sf. pi. {arch.) 

flutings. 
Cavaca, sf. a sort of sweet cake. 
Cavacado, a, pp. adj. chiped. 
Cavacar, va. to chip. 
Cavaco, sm. chip. [mattock. 

Cavadella, sf. a blow with a 
Cavadiço, a, adj. that "which is 

or raay be dug out of the earth. 
Cavado, a, pp. adj. made hoUow; 

dug or pulled out. 
Cavado, sm. a hole. — One of the 

principal rivers in Portugal. 
Cavador, sm. delver, ploughman. 
Cavadura, sf. a furrow. 
Cavalão, sm. a sort of fish, of the 

tunny kind. 
Cavalgada, sf. cavalcade. 
Cavalgado, a, pp. adj. horsed, 

mounted. 
Cavalgador,5m. horseman, rider. 
Cavalgadura, sf. any beast for 

the saddle. 
Cavalgar, va. to ride on horse- 

back, to horse. 
Cavalhada, sf. cavalcade. 
Cavalhariça, sf. stable. Moço 

de — , hostler. 
Cavalheiro, sm. knight. 
Cavalheiro, a, adj. noble, 

distinguished. [gentleman. 

Cavalherice, sf. an action of 
Cavalla. sf. mackerel. 
Cavallada, sf. {pop.) a great 

rudeness, foliy. 
Cavallagem, sf. the act of cover- 

ing (speaking of a stallion). 
Cavallar, adj. 2 g. of the race of 

horses. 
Cavallaria, sf. cavalry ; knight- 

hood, chivalry. [horse. 

Cavallariço, sm. master of the 
Cavalleira, sf. a horsevom^xi. 
CavalieLranieiite, ad-o. «& ^ 

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Gavalleirar, va. {atic.) to escort 
on horseback. [to a knight. 

Cavalleirato, sm. pension paid 

Cavalleiro, a, adj. (anc.) horsed. 

Cavalleiro, sm. horseman, rider ; 
kni}rht. 

Cavalleirosainente, adv. nobly, 
generously, bravely. 

Cavalleiroso, a, adj. noble, ge- 
nerons, chivalrous. 

Cavallete, sm. an instrument of 
torture made like a horse; the 
bridge of a musical instrument ; 
easel ; (print.) the gallows of a 
printing press. 

Gavallinha, sf. {bot.) the herb 
called horse-tail. 

Gavallo, sm. horse. — de batalha, 
charger. A arte de montar a — , 
horsemanship. — anão, a nag. 
Buscar alguém apée a — , to look 
for one liigh and low. Trocar o 
seu — torto por um cego, ififf-) to 
chance for the worse. — capado, 
a gelding. —não capado, a stoiie- 
horse. Estar a — , {fig.) to be su- 
perior. The knave (at cards). 

Cavanejo, sm. a hand-basket. 

Cavão, sm. di^ger, ploughman. 

Cavar, va. to dig, to excavate, 
to hollow. • 

Cavatina, sf. [music.) cavatina. 

Cavatura, sf. hollowness. 

Cavedal, sm. an instrument used 
by the gun-smiths. 

Caveira, sf. a skuU. 

Caveiroso, a, adj. cadaverous. 

Caverna, sf. cavem, cave. 

Cavernas, sf. pi. \a sea temi) 
floor-timbers. 

Cavernoso, a, adj. fuU of holes, 
cavernous; {anat.) spongy. 

Cavia, s. (nat. hist.) guinea-pig. 

Cavial cr Caviar, sm. caviare. 

Cavidade, sf. cavity. 

Gavidar-se, vr. V. Acautelar-se 
and derivated. 

Cavilha, sf. a wooden nail ; an 
iron pin ; peg. 

Cavilhado, a, pp. adj. pegged, 
pinned. Tem a alma cavilhada no 
corpo, he has as iMany Jives as 

^aviihador, sm. he who makes 



Cavilhar, va. to peg, to pin. 
Cavilhas {de ferro), sf. pi. {a sea 

term) boits. [mooter. 

Cavilheiro, sm. (a sea term) a 
Cavillação, sf. cavillation, cavil- 

ling. 
Cavillado, a, pp. adi. deceived. 
Cavillador, sm. caviller, sophist. 
Cavillar, va. to deceive, to cavil, 

to mock. [fallacious. 

CavUlatorio, à, adj. sophistical, 
Cavillosamente, adv. captiously, 

deceitfully. 
CaviUtoso, a, adj. captions. 
Cavo, a, adj. hollow, cavernous. 
Cavoucado, a, pp. adj. digged, 

excavated. [a quarry. 

Cavouco, sm. the hollow made in 
Cavouqueiro, sm. a digger of 

stones. 
Caxa, sf. V. Caixa, Caixeiro, etc, 
Cayra, sf. [anc.) a sort of measure 

in Portugal. [wary. 

Cazoar, sm. {nat. hist.) cassio- 
Cazol, sm. a sort of black wa- 

ter used by women of Ásia for 

painting the eye-lids. 
Cazona. sf. a great rice field. 
Çahujo, sm. V. Sabujo. 

N. B. Look under the letter 5, 
for the words ihat you find 
written with Ç. 
Ceado, a, pp. adj. supped. 
Gear, va. to sup. Deitar-se sem — 

to go to bed supperless. 
Cebar, sm. {bot.) a sort of aloés, 

plant. 
Cebola, sf. an onion. — cessem, 

sea-onion. 
Cebolada, sf. a meat dressed 

with onions. 
Cebolal, sm. a bed of onions. 
Cebolinho, sm. cibol, ciboulet. 
Ceceado, a, pp. adj. lisped or 

lispt. 
Gecear, va. to lisp. 
Cecega, sf. and adj. tree pertain- 

ing to a person, that is in a 

íield pertaining to another. ^ 
Geceio, sm. lisp, the act of lisp- 

ing. 
Cecém., sf. "N". Açuceua. 
Geceosameiite, ad-»! . Yy^^viv^^s . 
GeceoBO, a, adj. Wwçm^. 



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Ceoiar, va. V. Cecear. 
Geco^aphia, sf. a method of 

writing particular to the blínd. 
Cedente, ppr. adj. yielding. 
Ceder, va. to give up, to yield, 

to truckle, to abandon, to relin- 

quish. — vn. to condescend, to 

yield, to give way. 
Cedido, a, pp. adj. yielded. 
CediUia, sf. a corama under the 

letter C thus (Ç). 
Gedixaento, sm. V. Cessão. 
Cedivel, adj. 2 g. cessible. 
Cedo, adv. soon, early. Mais — , 

sooner. 
Cedria, sf. {pharm.) cedria, ce- 

drium. [cedar-tree. 

Gedrino, a, adj. belonging to the 
Cedro, sm. cedar, cedar-tree. 
Cédula, sf. schedule, bill, note, 

billet. 
Cega, sf. a sort of snake. 
Cegado, a, pp. adi. blinded. 
Cegamente, adv. blindly, rashlj. 
Cegamente, sm. (anc.) blindness, 

cecity ; (fig.) illusion. 
Cegar, va. to blind ; to dazzle, to 

cToud, to obscure. — a arttlhe- 

ria, to silence the batteries, to 

dismount the gnns. — vn. to be- 

come blind. Cegarse, vr. to be 

hallucinated, to act rashly. 
Cega-rega, sf. grasshopper. 
Cego, a, adj. blind, si^ntless. A's 

cegfo*, blindly. Intestino — ^{anat.) 

the blind gut. Terra cega^ woody 

land. — sm. or f a blind man, 

a blmd woman. 
Cegonha, sf. a stork ; an engine 

to draw up water ; swip. 
Cégude, sf. hemlock, cicuta. 
Cegueira, sf. blindness, cecity. 
Ceguidade or CeguidSo, sf. 

V. Cegueira. 
Ceia, sf. supper. 
Ceifa, sf. harvest. [ped. 

Ceifado, a, pp. adj. reaped, crop- 
Ceifão, sm. V. Ceifeiro. 
Ceifar, va. to reap, to cut com, 

to crop, to mow. 
Ceifeiro, sm, reaper, harvest- 

laan, gaúxerer. 
Céin, ir, ã baaket used by por- 
tors; asdl. 



Ceita, sf. {anc.) an old tribute in 

Portugal. [coin. 

Ceitil, sm. a sort of very small 
Ceivado, a, adj. unyoked (speak- 

ing of oxen.) [oxen. 

Ceivar, va. — os bois, to unyoke 
Celadá, sf. helmet, basinet, salad. 
Gelçimim, sm. V. Selamim. 
Celebração , sf. celebration ; 

praise, applause. 
Celebrado, a,j5p. adj. celebrated, 

solemnized. 
Celebrador, sm. a praiser. 
Celebradora,.'?/'. she that praises. 
Celebrante, sm. the priest that 

says the high mass in a solem- 

nity. [solemnize. 

Celebrar, va. to celebrate, to 
Celebraveli adj. 2 g. praisewor- 

thy. [raous. 

Celebre, adj. 2 g. celebrious, fa- 
Celebremente, adu.celebriously. 
Celebridade, sf. celebrity, fame , 

solemnity. 
Celebrisado, a, pp. adj. made 

renowned.that has got celebrity. 
Celebrisar-se, vr. to acquire cele- 
brity. [damente. 
Celeradamente, adv.X. Accelera- 
Celere, adj. 2 g. light, swift, 

nimble. [ness, rapidity. 

Celeridade, sf celerity, swift- 
Celerimetro, sm celerimeter. 
Celeripede, adj. 2 g. that has a 

light foot. [heavenly. 

Celeste , adj. 2 g. celestial , 
Celestial, adj. 2 g. celestial. 
Celestialmente, adv. celestially. 
Celestina, sf. [min.) celestine. 
Celestino, a, adj. celestial, of a 

blue colour. 
Celestinos, sm. pi. Celestines . an 

order of monks. [ho-up ! 

Celeuma, sf. (a sea term) the cry : 
Celeumear, vn. to cry ho-up. 
Celga, sf. V. Acelga. [in. 

Celna, sf. a basket to pull the nsh 
Celbeado, a, adj. that has celhas. 
Celhas, sf. pi. the eye-lashes. 
Celibatário, sm, and ad.\. V»^- 

cheloT. ^.^ . 

Celibato, «m. a^\\W^i v^^^^^^x^- 

l to ceUbacy. 



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Célico, a, adi. celestial. 
Gelicolas, sf. pi. {poet.) the inha- 

bitants of heaven. 
Celidonia, sf. {bot.) chelidonía. 
Gelifluo, a, adj. that flows from 

heaven. fa celestial oriçin. 

Geligeno, a, aa;j. {poet. ) havmg 
Celipotente,a(í;. 2 g. that reigns 

in heaven. 
Gella, sf. cell ; retreat ; the cells 

of bees (in a honeycorab). 
Celleireiro, sm. cellarist,cellarer. 
Gelleiro, sm. cellar, granary, 

stowage. 
Gellula, sf. a little cell. 
Gellular, adj. 2g. cellular, full 

of cavities. Tecido — , (bot.) 

coat. 
Gelluloso, a, adj. cellular. 
Gelostomia, sf. a sorf of defect 

in the voice. [height 

Gelsitude, sf. celsitude, highness, 
Celso, a, adj. high, excellent, 

singular. 
Céltico, a, adj. celtic. 
Cem, adj. ahundred. [tation. 
Cexnentação, sf. (chem.) cemen- 
Cezuentade, a, aaj. cemented. 
Gexnentar, va. {chem.) to purify 

gold. [tory. 

Cexnentatorio, a, adj. cementa- 
Gemento, sm. ceraent. 
Gexuiterial, adj 2 g. concerning 

a cemetery. [cemetery. 

Cemitério, sm. church-yard, 
Cenáculo, sm. a dining-room, 

upper-room. [to the supper. 
Cenatorio, a, adj. of or belonging 
Cendal, sm. a fine linen or silk. 
Cendrado, a, adj. cleansed, 

purged. 
Cenho, sm. a stately look, — a 

disorder under the hoof of a 

horse. [look. 

Genlioso,a, adj. that has a stately 
Ceno, sm. V. Lodo. 
GenoÍ)ialmente, adv. in a ceno- 

bitical manner. 
Genobiarcha, sm. {anc.) the 

superior in a convent. 
Cenobita, sm. a cenobite. 
Cenobitico, a, adj. cenobitical. 
Genoira or Cenoura, sf. carrot. 
Cenosidade, sf. puddle, sludge 



Cenoso, a, adj. miry, muddy, 

marshy. 
Cenotaphio, sm. cenotaph. 
Cenotario, a, adj. and s. of or 

belonging to the art of making 

tents to encamp. (datory. 

Censatorio, sm. (in lato) feu- 
Censionario, sm. feudatory. 
Censo, sm. charge, tribute cense ; 

census. Pa^ar o censo á morte, 

{fig.) to die. 
Censor, sm. censor ; critic. 
Censório , a , adj. censorial , 

censorian. 
Censual, adj. 2 g. censual, relat- 

ing to a census or tribute. 
Censualista, sm. {in law) he vho 

receives charges. [manner. 
Censualmente, adv. in a feudaJ 
Censuario , sm. former , copy- 

holder. 
Censura, sf. censure, blame, 

censorship ; criticisra. 
Censurado, a, j9p. adj. censured. 
Censurador,a,577i or f. censurer, 

censor; critic- 
Censurar, va, to censure, to 

blame, to condemn. 
Centaíolho, sm. acalfs or lambas 

pluck or gather. 
Censurável, ad;. 2 g. censurable. 
Centão, sm. {fort.) a sort of man- 

telets ; {poet. ) cento. 
Centáurea, sf. {bot.) centaury, a 

vulnerary plant. 
Centauro, sm. a centaur; fi^.) 

a whimsical man. 
Centeal, sm. a field of rye. 
Centeio, sm. rye. — branco , amel- 

corn. [to r^e. 

Centeio, a, adj. of or belonging 
Centelha, s/*. spark, flash offire. 
Centelhar, vn. to sparkle, to flash. 
Centena, sf. the place of hun- 

dreds m numeration. 
Centenar, sm. centenary. 
Centenário, a, adj. centenarious, 

centenary. [hundrçdth. 

Centésimo, a, adj. centesimal, 
Centifolio, a, adj. {bot.) centi- 

folious. 
Centígrado, a, adj. consisting of 

a hundred degrees. Thermometro 

— , a centigrade thermometer. 



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Gentigramma.j/'. centiçram. 
Centillar, va. V. Scintiliar. 
Gentilitro, sm. centiliter. 
Centimano, a, adj. that has a 

hundred hands. 
Gentimetro, sm. the hundredth 

part of a meter. 
Cêntimo, sm. centime. 
Gentipede, adj. 2 g. that has a 

hundred feet. [sure. 

Gentisterlo, sm. a French mea- 
Gento, «m. hundred; cent. 
Gentoculo, adj. that has a hun- 
dred eyes. 
Gentões, sm. pi {poet.) centos. 
Centola, sf. a sort of large crab. 
Gentos, sm. pi. Jogo dos — , picquet 

(game). 
Gentral, adj. 2 g. central. 
Gentralmente, adv. cent rally. 
GentraliEratção, sf. centralisation, 

centrality. 
Gentralisado, a^ adj. centralised. 
Gentralisar, va. to centralise. 
Gentriíugo, a, adj. centrifu^al 
Gentrina, sf. (nat. hist.) centrme, 

sea-fish. [the centre. 

Gentripetencia, sf. tendencj to 
Centrípeto, a, adj. centripetal. 
Centro, «m. centre, center; mart. 

Estar no seu — , to be at pleasure 
Gentumviro, sm. centumvir. 
Gentumviral, adj. 2 g. centum- 

virai. [virate. 

Centamvirato , sm. centum- 
Gentuplioadaniente , adv. a 

hundred times double. 
Centuplicado, a, adj. multiplied 

a hundred- fold. 
Centuplicar, va. to augment a 

hundred-fold. [dred-fold. 

Cêntuplo, SJH. centuple, a hun- 
Genturia, sf. century, a hundred. 
Centuriador, sm. centuriator. 
Genturial, adj. 3 g. of or belong- 

ing to a century. 
Centurião, sm. a centurion. 
Centurionado, sm. the dignity of 

a centurion. 
Côo, sm. heaven, the skv, the 

fírmament; paradise. Un bom — , 

a fine climate. O — da boca^ the 

palate of the mouth. — da cama, 

the tester of a bed. 



Ceomancia, sf. the divination by 

the inspection of heaven. 
Cepa, sf. vine-plant, the body of 

tne vine ; the roots that reraain 

in the g^ound aíter the tree is 

cut. 
Cepeira, sf. V. Videira. 
Cephalographia, 5/. {anat.)ana- 

tomical description of the nead. 
Cephalalgia, sf. {med.) cepha- 

lalgy. [logy. 

Cephalalogia, sf. {anat.) cephala- 
Cephalatomia, «f. {a?iat.) cepha- 

latomy. 
Cephalea, sf. {med.) cenhalea. 
Cephalico, a, adi. {med!) cephalic, 

belonging to the head. 
Ceplialitis, sf. Imed.) an inâam- 

mation of the urain. 
Cephalometro, sm. {surg.) ce- 

phalometer. 
Cephalopodes, sm. pi. {nat. hist.) 

a sort of mollusca. [ache. 

Cephaloponia, sf, {med.) head- 
Cepheo, «m. {astr.) Cepheus. 
Cepilhaduras, «/"./jí. chips, shav- 

ings. 
Cepilhar, va. V. Acepilhar. 
Cepilho, sm. a plane. 
Cepo, 5771. a stump, stock, block, 

a springe ; a crooked plane ; 

{figTj a stupid creature. 
Cera, sf. wax. Da — orelha^ ear- 

wax. — amarella, virgin-wax. 

Fazer — , to be idle. 
Geraceo, a, adj. cereous, waxen, 

like wax. 
Gerame, sm. a house standing 

upon four stumps (Malabar). 
Gerapes, sm. V. Ceroto. 
Cerasta, sf. cerastes * a serpent 

having four pairs of horns 
Ceratoglosso, sm. {anat.) ccrato- 

glossum. [stone. 

Ceraunia, sf. ceraunias, thunder- 
Cerbero, wi. Cerberus. — (chem.) 

cerberus chimicus. [about. 

Cerca, adv. near, nigh, close by , 
Cerca, sf. hedg^e, enclosure ; any 

farden or wme-yard. — de ma- 
eira, a palisade. 
Cercado, a, pp. adj. enclosed. 
Cercador, sm. besieger. 
Cercadura^ «f. b. eottvç%a^X^"w«»- 



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ronnd soroething; eâge^ frame.- 
Gercamento, sm. V. Colgaduras. 
Cercanias, */. pi. the adjacent 

parts of a town, etc. 
Cercantes, sm. pi. the besiegers 

or blockers. [next. 

Cercão, adj. {anc) neighbouring, 
Cercar, va. to besiege, to enclose, 

to surround ; to encompass ; to 

wall, to hedge. 
Cerce, adv. even "with the root, 

close to the bottom. 
Cerceado, a, pp. adj. lessened. 
Cerceador, sm. one who clips or 

cuts round. 
Gerceadura, sf. clippinç. 
Cerceamento, sm. clipping. 
Cercear, va. to clip, to lessen. 
Cerceio, sm. clipping. 
Gerceo or Cercio, a, adj. a cnt- 

ting short, clipping. 
Cerceta, sf. a teal. 
Cercilhado, a, adj. that has a 

tonsure or crown (monk). 
Cercilliar, va. to shave a monk's 

crown , to run often hither and 

thither. 
CerciUio, sm. a monk's crown. 
Cerco, sm. a &iege or blockade ; 

a circle about the sun, moon, etc. 
Cerdas, sf. pi. horse-hair ; wild 

boar's bristles. 
Cerdoso, a, adj. bristly- 
Cereaes or Cereales, sm. pi. 
. com grain ; ali sorts of com, 

grain, etc. 
Cereal, adj. 2 g. cereal, per- 

taining to com; belonging to 

Ceres. [cerebel. 

Gerebello, sm. cerebellum or 
Gerebelloso, a, 0(2;. of or belong- 
ing to the cerebellum. 
Cerebral, adj. 2 g. cerebral, 

cerebrine. 
Gerebriforme. acU. 2 g. that has 

the form of the brain. [brine. 
Gerebrino, a-, adj. cerebral, cere- 
Cerebro, sm. brain ; {fig ) mind. 

— débil, a weak mind. — aca- 
nhado^ a narrow mind. 
Gerebro-espinbal, adj. 2 g. of or 

belonging to the brain and the 

spinal marrow. [chervil. 

Cerefólio or Cere£olliOi smj 



CerejíBt^ sf. cherry. -- brava, the 

cornel-tree. [ry-trees grow. 
Cerejal, sm. the place where cher- 
Gerejeira. sf. a cherry-tree. 
Ceremonia, sf. ceremony, rite. 

Por — , coldly, out of compli- 

ment, 
Ceremoniado, a, j5/>. adj. witJi 

ceremony. [tual fonn. 

Ceremonial, sm, ceremonial, ri- 
Ceremonial, adj. 2 g. ceremonial. 
Ceremoniar, va. to treat one 

ceremoniously. Ceremoniar-sej 

vr. to be treated with ceremony . 
Ceremoniaticamente, adv. ce- 
remoniously. 
Ceremoniatico, a, adj. ceremo- 

nious, formal. [moniously. 

Ceremoniosamente, adv. cere- 
Ceremonioso, a, adj. ceremo- 

nious, formal. 
Cereo, a, adj. of wax, wax colour. 
Ceres, 5/*. [myth.) Ceres. 
Cergideiras, sf. pi. {a sea term) 

leech-lines. — de mezena , the 

mizen brails [America. 

CerieJra-, sf. a tree of North 
Cerieiro, sm. wax-chandler. 
Cerifero, a, adj. that produces 

wax (tree). [wax-pictures. 

CexiUoo^SL^adj. belonging to the 
Cerintha, sf. v. Chupamel. 
Cerites, sm. cerite ; silicious oxid 

of cerium. 
Cerio or Cerium, sm. cerium. 
Gemado, a, pp. adj. cut to the 

heart (speaíéing of a tree). 
Gemar, va. to cut a tree to the 

heart. [ring, circle. 

Geme, sm. the heart of a tree; 
Gerneiro. a, aâj. that has cerne. 
Cernelha, sf. the end of the ridge- 

bone of a beast towards the 

n«ck. 
Gemido, a, pp. adi. bolted. 
Cemilbeira, sf. V. Cacheira. 
Cernir, va. to bolt. 
Ceroeoma, s.{nat hist.) cerocoma. 
Ceroferario, sm. a torch-bearer. 
Geroilas, sf. pi. drawers, trow- 

sers. 
Gerol, sm. shoemaker's wax. 
Gercma, sf. {anc.) a mixture of 

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Geromandap sf. ceromancy. 

Geromel, sm. an ungnent com- 
posed of "wax and honey. 

Geroplastlca, sf. the act of monld- 
ing in wax. [sear-cloth. 

Geroto, sm. cerate ; a plaster ;^ a 

Cerqueiro, a, sm. or f. the friar 
or nun that takes care of the 
garden [cerca). 

Cerração, sf. a thick fog, haze. 
— do tempo y close glooray wea- 
ther. — do peito^ shortness of 
breast. [muladamente. 

Cerradamente, acít;. (anc.).V. Si- 

Cerradella, sf. {bot.) a sort of 
herb. 

Cerrado, a, ptt> adi. shnt, close, 
locked; dark, gloomy; thick. 
Fallar — , to speak a broken 
language. Cavallo — , is said 
when a beast's age cannot be 
known by the teeth. Bosque — , 
a dark wood. 

Cerrado, sm. an enclosure. 

Cerradoiros, sm. pi. the strings 
of a purse. 

Cerradura, sf. V. Cerca. 

Cerraes, sm. pi. the strings of a 
purse. 

Cerrar, va. to shnt, to lock ; to 
thicken. — a conta, to close an 
account. — a boca a alguém^ to 
stop one's mouth. — os olhos, 
{fiÇ-) to take off one's eyes of a 
tmng. — vn. — o cavallo, to mark 
no long by the teeth. Cerrar-se, 
vr. to close one's self. — á banda, 
to set up a resolution not to 
Ustento-what people aretalking 
of. — a n(^te, to gro-w dark. 

Cerro, sm. a hillock. 

Certame or Certamen, sm. con- 
troversy, dispute. 

Certamente, adv. certainly. 

Certão, sm. V. Sertão. 

Certar, va. to fight. 

Certeiro, a, adj. that is right. 

Certeza, sf. certainty, surety. 

Certhia, sf. (omith.) woodpecker. 

Certidão, sf. certincate, attesta- 
tion. [certifying. 

Certillcação, sf. certiâcation, 

Gertifloado, SL^pp» adj, certLSed. 

Gertifioador, sm. certlôer. 



Certiflcante, sm. certifier. 
Certiíioar, va. to certify. to ds- 

sure, to testify. Ceriifiear-se. 

vr. to be certifled of a thing. 
Certlficatorlo, a, adj. serving 1 1 

certify. 
Certeza, a^j. certain, sure, true. 

right. Lia — , a fixed day. Itf 

certo, por — , certainly. Ao — . 

exactly. Mão certa, a stea<iy 

hand. O negocio é de certa im- 

poría«cía, it is a matter of som*» 

iiiiportance. 
Certo, aàv. certainly, suroly. 
Cerada, sf. V. Celiaonia. 
Cemleo, a, adj. cerulean, c»- 

ruleous. 
Cernlicrlnito,a, adj. {poet. ) that 

has blue hairs. [ons. 

Cemlo, a, adj. cerulean, cerulo- 
Ceramen, sm. cerumen, ear-wax. 
Cerusa, sf. cenise. 
Cerra, sf. a hind, a deer. 
Cerval, adj. 2 g. belongin^ to a 

deer. Lobo — , a lynx. 
Cervato, sm. brocicot, spittcr (a 

deer two years old). 
Cenreiro, a, adj. fierce. Cão — . 

V. Cerbero. 
Cerveja, sf. beer, alo. fam onde 

se vende — , an ale-!iouse. 
Cervejeira or Cervejaria, sf. 

brewerv, brewhouse. 
Cervejeiro, sm. a brower. 
Cervlcabra, sf. {nat. hist.) a roe. 
Cervical, adj. 2 g. (anat.) cervi- 
cal, belonging to the neck. 
Cervillias, sf. pi. a sort of shoes , 

dancing shoes. 
Cervllbelra, sf. an old defensivo 

armoor for the head. 
Cervino, a, adj. of or belongin;^ 

to the deer. 
Cerviola, sf. (a sea term) a da\'ít. 
Cerviz, sf neck, (/í^.) obstinacy, 

stubbomess. 
Cervo, sm. a stag. 
Cerzir, va. V. Cirxir. 
César, sm. Caesar, the name of the 

Roman emperors. 
Cesáreo, a, adj. belonging to 

Csesar or to the emperor. 
Cesariano, a. adj. belonging tê 

Caesar or to the em^^xox. 



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Céspede, sm. a clod or lump of 

earth, 
Gespitoso, a, adj. cespititious, 

covered with turf. 
Cessação, sf. cessation, suspen- 

sion. — de armas ^ armistice. 
Cessado, a, pp. adj. ceased, dis- 

continued. 
Cessante, ac(/.2 g.{m law) ceasing. 
Cessão, sf. cession, concession, 

relinquishraent. 
Cessar, vn. to cease, to give over, 

to leave oíf t to end. 
Cessionário, a, adj. cessionary. 

— , sm, grantee. 
Cessivel, adi. 2 g.{in law) cessible. 
Gesso, sm. V. Sesso. 
Cesta, sf. basket,inauiid; pannier. 
Cestada, sf. a basket-full. 
Cestaria, sf. a sort of tribute paid 

at Lisbon for the íish-baskets. 
Cesteiro, sm. basket-maker. 
Cesto, sm. basket, hamper, pan- 
nier. E' um — roto^ {prov.) he is 

a leaky vessel; (a sea term) a top 
Cesto, stn. cestus, a kind of club 

or whirlbat. 
Cestões, sm. pi. V. Capoeiras. 
Cestuato, a, adi. made in the 

shape of a basKet. [sion. 

Cesura, sf. cesura; (surg) inci- 
Cetaceo, a, adj. cetaceous. 
Cetáceos, sm. pi. the cetaceous 

animais. [miltwort. 

Cetereque, sm. {bot.) ceterac, 
Ceto, sm. a "whale. 
Cetologia, sf. cetology. 
Cetra, sf. a short square target. 
Cetraria, sf. falconry. [coner. 
Cetreiro, sm. faulconer or fal- 
Cetrino, a, adj. {anc.) red. 
Ceva, sf. meat wherewith a beast 

is fattened. A — das aves^ the 

crararaing of fowls. 
Cevada, sf. barley. Cevadinha, 

yc&rl or small barlev. 

Cevadal, sm. the place where 

barley grows. [spritsail. 

Cevadeira, sf. (a sea term) the 

Cevadeiro, sm. he who takes 

care of the barley for the king's 
horses. 
Cevadiço, a, adj. fattened. 
Cevado, a,pp. adj. fattened. 



Cevador, sm. a poulterer. 
Cevadoiro, sm. a place wherein 

creatures are fattened. 
Cevadura, sf. the remains of a 

partridge, çoose, etc , ^here- 

with any bird of prey is eram 

med. 
Cevandija, sf. any nasty insect. 
Cevão, sm. a pig that as been 

fattened. 
Cevar, va. to niake fat, to feed, 

to fatten. Pedra de — . V. Iman. 

Cevar-se, vr., {prop. and fig.) to 

be glutted. 
Ceveira, sf. com grain. 
Cevo, sm. bait to catch íishes ; 

(fig.) bait, attraction. 
Chá, sm. tea. — pérola, gun-powder 

tea. Estou convidado para um — , 

I am invited to a tea-party. 
Chaãda, sf V. Planície. 
Chabuco, sm. a -whíp, 
Chaça, sf. (at tennis) chase. 
Chacal or Jacal, sm. {nat. hist.) 

jackall, golden wolf. 
Chaçar, vn. to make chase (at 

tennis). [(in Brazil). 

Chácara, sf. a field-house, a farm 
Chacina, sf salt meat. 
Chacinado, a, pp. adj. minced, 

cut in pieces. [pieces. 

Chacinar, va. to mince or cut in 
Chacinador, sm. pork-butcher. 
Chaco, sm. a driver (cooper's 

tool). 
Chacota, sf. merry making • 

foolery. Fazer — ífe alguém^ to 

make a jest o fone. [mocked. 
Chacoteado, a, pp. adj. jested, 
Chacoteador, sm. a jester." 
Chacotear, vn. to jest, to mock, 

to scoíf. 
Chacoteiro, sm. a jester. 
Chaíalhão, sm. a jovial man. 
Chafariz, sm. a public fountain. 
Chafarruz, sm. a sort of game. 
Chafurdado, a, pp. adj. dabbled, 

wallowed. [wallow. 

Chafurdar, vn. to dabble. to 
Chafurdeiro, a, sm, or f. sludge, 

siop. 
Cbaga, sf. ulcer, wound, sore- 
Chagado, a, pp, adj. wounded. 



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Chagar, va. to wound, to hurt, to 

ulcerate. 
CSiagueira, sf. {bot.) cardemine 

ofPerú. [galled. 

Chagaento, a, adj. wounded, 
Ghagueres, sm. pi. a sort of 

vessel. 
Chalaça, sf. a jest, a mocking. 
Chalaceado, a, pp. adj. jested. 
Ghalaceador, sm. Jester. 
Chalacear, va. to jest, to mock. 

V. Zombar. 
Ghalavegão, sm. a sort of ves- 
sel with oars (in índia). 
Chalcedonia, sf. chalcedonv. 
Ghalces, sm. a sort of thistle. 
Chalco, S)n. {min.) chalk. 
Chalcographia , sf. chalco- 

graphy. 
Chalcographico, a, adj. of or 

belonging to chalcography. 
Ghalcographo . sm. chalcogra- 

pher. 
Chaldaico, a, adj. Cbaldaic or 

btílonging to tho Chaldeaiis 
Chaldeo, a, adj. Chaldaic, Chal- 

dean. 
Chalé, sm. shawl. 
Chaleira, sf. a boiler, a kettlo to 

boil water iri. 
Chalupa, sf. a sloop , boat. 
Chalybeado, a, adj. {pharm) 

chaly beata. 
Chamada, sf. chamade, parley; 

mark, sign (book). 
Chamado, a, pp. adj. called. 
Chamador, sm. one who calls. 
Chamadora, sf. call. 
Chamalote, sm. camblet. 
Chamamento , sm. call, warn- 

ing. 
Chamar, va to call, to call for, 

to name, to denomiuate Man- 
dar — , to send for. Chamar-se^ 

vr. to be called. 
Chamariz, sm. [nat. hist.) a wit- 

wal, loriot, {fig.) allureraent, at- 

traction. [sheep skins. 

Chamarra . sf. a garment of 
Chamba, sf. [anc.) leg, thigh. 
Chambaçal, sm.Y. Girasoí. 
Chambão, sm,. a picked boné j he 

that MTxáertàkea to do a thing 

he kaowB notbing of. 



Chambarll, sm. a gammon of 
bacon. [íyric verse. 

Chamberga, sf. (poet ) a sort of 

Chamboado, a, pp. adj. Y. Gros- 
seiro. 

Chamboice, sjf. V. Grosseria. 

Chambre, sf. morning-gown, 
gown. 

Chambrié.^m . whip- cord ,scourgr; 

for horse-colt. 
Chameira, sf. a -vi-oiíian thnt 

carries the bread to the ovou. 
Chãmente, adv. sincerely, plniii- 

ly. [of mat-weoil. 

Chamiça, sf. a smull rope niai!-:; 
Chamiceiro, sm. he who carrie > 

chamiças. [coal. 

Chamlço, sm. small sticks, char- 
Chaminé, sf. a chlmney; tube, 

nipplc (gun). 
Chamma, sf. ilame. blaze. Lan- 
çar fogo e — , {fig.) to fret and 

fume ; (fig.) love, passion. 
Chammejado, a, pp. adj. blazed. 
Chammejante, arij. 2^. buruing, 

flamiug. 
Chammejar, va.aná n. to blaze. 

to âame, to tiash. 
Chamorro, a, adj. shorn. 
Champa, sf. the Hat side of tho 

sword. 
Champanha , sf. Champaigii , 

French province. — , sm. cbam 

paign wmc. 
Champão, sm. or Champana, 

sf. a large boat in Índia. 
Champil, sm. a gin, a snare. 
Champortar, va {anc.) V. Mis- 
turar, [strong plankii. 
Champrões, sm. pi. thick and 
Chamusca, sf. singeing. 
Chamuscado, a, pp. adj. singed. 
Chamuscadura, sf. singeing. 
Chamuscar, va. to singe. 
Chamusco, sm. the smell of any 

thmg singed. 
Chanca, sf. a long^ foot. 
Chança, sf. a jest or \rittv 

saying; sarcasm. [callea. 

Chancarona, sf. a sea-fish so 
Chanceado, a^ pp. adj. tsloOia^. 
Ghanoear, vn. Xo mociW, x<> ''*** 

jocoae, ^^«^"l: 

Chanoeiro, sm. moc\iftt,>o^>a<^^'» 



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Chancella, sf. a slip of paper to 

enclose letters ; a seal. 
Ghancellado, a, pp. adj. sealed. 
Chancellar, va. to close letters, 

to seal up. [chancery. 

Chancellaria, sf. chancellorship, 
Ghanceller, sm. chancellór. — 

mór, the lord chancellór. 
Chançoneta, sf. a little song. 
Chaneza, sf. the smooth, levei 

surface of a lield, glass, etc; 

[fig.) mgenuity, frankness, sin- 

cerity. [hashed. 

Chanfana, sf. bullock's lights 
Ghanfaneiro, a, sm. or /. he 

or she •whoselis chanfana; alow 

eating-house keeper. 
Chanfrado, a, pp. adj. sloped. 
Chanfrador, sm. a tool for slop- 

ing. [ting. 

Ghanfradura , sf. sloping, cut- 
Chanfrar, va. to slope, to hollow. 
Chanfretas, sf pi. trifles, toys , 

idle stones. 
Chanfro, sm. slop, cut; the cut- 

tin"^ of the comer of a board 

witn a plane. 
Chanqueta, sf. an old shoe. An- 
dar com os sapatos de — , to 

walk slip-shoed. 
Chantadoria, sf. {anc.) polés, 

the act of planting stalks. 
Chantados, sm. pi, polés. 
Chantar, va. and derivated. Y. 

Fmcar. 
Chantel. sm. the last piece.of 

the bottom of a vessel. 
Chantoeira, sf. nursery; plot of 

ground forraisingyoung trees. 
Chantrado, sm, the chanter's 

dignity. 
Chantre, sm. Chanter. 
CSbão, adj. m. Chãa, f. smooth, 

âat, piam. 
Chão, sm. ground, soil. Canto — , 

plain singing by notes. 
Cnaos, sm. chãos; {fig.) confn- 

sion. [metal. 

Chapa, sf. plate, thin-piece of 
Chapada, sf. levei ground. 
Chapado, a, pp adj, perfect, 

complete. 
Chaparia, sf. plates, thin-pieces 

of small metais. 



Chaparreiro or Chaparro, «m* 

a young cork-tree. 
Chapas, sf. pi. {a sea term) iron 

plates. 
Chapeado, a, pp. adj. plated, 

covered with plates. 
Chapear, va. to plate, to cover 

•with plates. 
Chapeirão, sm. a broad brimmed 

hat; a cloak with a cowl. 
Chapeleria, sf. a hatter's manu- 
facture. 
Chapeleira, sf. the hatter's wife ; 

hat-case or hat-box . 
Chapeleiro, sm. a hat-maker, 

hatter. 
Chapeleta, sf. a leap, a hop , 

a little hat or cap. Fazer cha- 

peletas^ ducks and drakes; (a 

sea term) the lower box of a 

pump. 
Chapelete, sm. a little hat 
Chapèo, sm. hat. — de sol ou de 

chuva, umbrella. 
Chapiín, sm. a sort of high-soled 

clogs made of cork. 
Chapineiro, sm. he who sells or 

makes buskins. 
Chapinhar, vn. to bath or vret 

with the hands. 
Chapins, sm pi. pattens, buskins. 
Chapitel or Chapiteo, sm. ca- 
pital, chapiter, head. 
Chapotado, a, pp. adj. pruned. 
Chapotar, va. to prune. 
Chapuz, sm. {carp.) cheeks of 

side beams; {a sea term) fishes 

(masts) ; a word to express the 

noise of any thing when it falis 

down. 
Charachina, sf. in a Chinese 

fashion. 
Character, sm. V. Caracter. 
Charada, sf. charade, a sort of 

riddle. [charades. 

Charadista, sm. he who makes 
Charamela, sf. a bag-oipe. 
Gharameleiro, sm. a bag-piper. 
Charana, sf. a hollow vessel (in 

Ásia). [China- 

Charão, sm. a varnish used in 
Gfaaraviscal or Chavascal, sm. 

a thicket of bushes. 
Charco, sm. a puddle. 



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CIIE 



CQiarel, sm. a honsing or horse- 

cloth. 
Chareo, sm, a fish of Brazil. 
Chareta, sf. the wood of a cocoa- 

tree. [words. 

Cliarete, sm. fine but deceitftil 
Charisma, sf. V. Carisma. 
Charla, sf. gabble ; babblinff. 
Charlador, sm. babbler, gaobler. 
Charlar, vn to babble, to gabble. 
Charlataneaâo, s^.pp» adj. boast- 

ed, prated. [prate. 

Gharlatanear, va to quack, to 
Charlataneria , sf. qaackery , 

jugçling. 
Gharlatanesco, a, adj. quackish. 
Charlatanismo, sm. quackery, 

charlãtanism. 
Gharla'tôlo, sm. qaack, charlatan. 
Charneca, sf. a hcath, a sandy 

and barren land. 
Charneira, sf. hinge, joint. 
Charoado. a, pp. adj. japanned, 

varnished like japan work. 
Charola, sf. V. Andor, 
Charpa, 5/'. scarf 
Char^nieiro;, a, adj. fenn;y, 

marshy. [rustic. 

Charro, a, adj. low, vile, rude. 
Charrua, sf. large plongh; a 

lugger, merchant-ship. 
Chartophylax, sm a dignity in 

the Greek church. [leaves. 

Charuto, sm, cigar, tobacco 
Charybde or Carybdes, sm. 

{myth) Charybdes. 
Chasco, sm. a hedge-sparrow ; 

a trick. 
Chasona, sf. Homem de má — , a 

man that flnds fault with every 

thing. [deceivea. 

Chasqueado, a, pp. adj. dnçed, 
Chasquear, va. to dupe, to tnck. 
Chassos, sm. pi* (a sea term) 

keys. 
Chatim, sm. a great merchant. 
Chatinado; a, pp.adj. trafflcked. 
Ghatínar, vn. to trade, to traf- 

fic; to merchandize small 

things. 
Chato, a, adj. fiat. 
Chavão, sm. a sort of stamp to 

mark paste. 
Ghavascal, sm. abad groiind. 



Chavascar, va. nnd derivated. 

V. Atamancar. 
Chavasquice, sf. V. Grosseria. 
Chave, sf. key. Palheta da — , 

kev-bit; {fig.) authority, power, 

innaence. — da abobada, the 

key-stoue of a vault. Ter a — 

de alguma cousa, [fig.) to be 

master of a thing. 
Chaveco, sm. xebec (ship). 
Chaveira, */. jiortress, <a fpni:»Ie 

door-keeper in a monastfry , 

{med.) the rot. [l>ars 

Chaveix^o, sm. i/t^-ral.) bends. 
Chaveiro, sm. door-kepper, por- 

ter, turnkey. [has lhe rot. 

Chaveiroso, a, adj. {med.) that 
Chavelha, sf. a peg or pin to 

fasten the drauírnt of horses. 
Chavelho, sm. horn. 
Chávena, sf. cup, drinking-cup. 
Chaveta, sf. the linchpin of a 

•wheel ; {a sea term), a piece ol 

iron to secure the pins of a ship 
Chavetado, a, pp. adj shut with 

a key or linchpin. 
Chavetar, va. to secure with a 

linchpin. 
Chedas, af. pi. or Chazeiros, 

sm.pl. the sides or lateral part» 

of a cart where ore fixea the 

stakes that sustain the cart- 

load. 
Chefe, sm. chief, hoad; [heral.) 

chief of the escutcheon. 
Chefia,^/*, the diijnity of a chief 
Chega, sf. a citation. 
Chegada, sf. arrival, coming, 

advent. 
Chegadiço, a, adj. come from 

abroad, adventitious . 
Chegado, a, j^p. adj. landed, ar- 

rived. [near, at hand. 

Chegado , sm. neighbouring , 
Ghegador, sm. V. Cobrador. 
Chegamento, sm. growing near- 

er or closer. [or closer. 

Ghegança, sf. grovinç nearer 
Chegar, va. to move or oring to, 

to approach; to come at, to 

overtake, to bring near, to in- 

duce or force. 
Chegar, vn. to land, to coida^ to 

approach , to axt\Nfe , \ft «x«« 



^^1/ 



ChalociteB 
Chalpa !x 



Shaqus 
Chorimolla / 6t 
Cherlnola / n ■ 



Cberab oo b 
Chnnib m n 
Ousmlnss t 



'V';:í". 



Chiador a aài tluíi cmiUis 
Ohladura, 5/ the chira ag> of 
^í-l' [«""^rP 



Clilba, »/■, B little si 



Chlbante, u./;. 
Chlbante, sm 



Clllbaiitlce , if. svsi^gsring , 

boas tine. 
Chlbantúimo. tni. swaggariaa. 



Chibo,™. oliitlSbudk 
Chloaua, sf. chii^anit. irhicaoer^ 

Cliioara,f^. a tea-ciip. a Jriõkiau 
cup. [iaebiiUed 

CtlloaTsdo, a, sp. adj. drunk 
Chloharo. itn. chiuldings. 
Chlobai-ro. sn, ú. lish h> collsd 
CailobaloB. im. pi. olil shoas. 



Chiahlabe 



noa. (mQMy. 

ChlDo, jni, the nsme of n g«Id 
Chioorsa. s/. (ía(,| endive. 
ChlQoreaaeo.fl, adj. Gailive-Uke, 



Ohlooto, iiB. whip.scourgB, lu) 
Chitarou, iffl. «:utlts3, haag' 



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CHL 



Chifre, sm. horn. 

Chilacalota, sf. a kind of pump- 

kin. 
CliUido, sm. the chirping of 

sparrows. [&t cards. 

Chilindrão, sm. an ancient play 
Chillogono, sm. a geometric 

âgore. 
Ghilo, sm. V. Chylo. 
Chilrada, sf. the chirpingof birds. 
ChihrSo, sm. a sort of net. 
Chilrar, vn. to chirp. 
Ghilreador; a, sm. or f. squaller, 

bawler. 
Chilreiro, a, adj. squaller. 
Chilreta, sf. a kind of little duck. 
Chilro, sm. chirping, warbling. 
Chilro, a, adj. ilt-seasoned ; plain, 

mere, unmixed. 
Chimera, sf. chimera, idle fancy. 
Chimericaxnente, adv. chimerí- 

cally. 
Chimerico, a, adj. chimerical, 

fancíful, imaginarj. 
Chlmerisar , vn. to invent a 

chimera. [meras. 

Chimerista, sm. that loves chi- 
Chiznica, «/. chemistry. 
Chimicamente, adu. chemically. 
Chimlco, a, ací/. chemical. 
Chimpado, a, pp. adJ. striked. 
Chimpar, va. to stnke; to blab. 
China, sf. {geog.) China. 
Chincado, a, pp. adj. tasted. 
Chincar, va to taste. 
Chincha, sf. a sort of fishing boat. 
Chinchavarella, adj. stirring, 

restless. 
Chinchavarello, sm. a liule bird 

80 called. 
Chinche, sm. V. Persovejo. 
Chinchilla, sf. {nat. hist.) a 

quadruped or Peru. (net. 

Cmnchono, sm. large âsning 
Chinohoso, a, adi. fullof bugs. 
Chineiro, a, adj. rich, fuU of 

money. [heeis; slipper. 

Chinela, sf. a lady's shoe without 
Chinelada, sf. a blow wlth a 

slipper. [slippers. 

Chlneleiro, a, adj. that uses 
Chineleiro, sm. he who makes 

slippers. 
Chinelo, tm, an old shoe. 



Chinez, a, adj. and s. Chinese or 

belonging to China. 
Chinfrao, sm. an ancient coin. 
Chino, sm. wig, periwig. Pdr um 

— , to periwig. 
Chinque, sm. a sort of net. 
Chio, «m. chirping of bird ; squeak. 
Chipante, sm. an ancient sort oí 

boat. 
Chipo, sm. the place where the 

aljôfar is to be found. 
Chi(^eiro, sm. — de porcos^ a 

swine cote. 
Chiqael, sm. V. Odre. 
Chiragra, sf. {med.) the gout in 

the hands ; chiragra. 
Chirinola, sf. any puzzling con- 

trivance. 
Chiripos, sm. pi. Y. Tamancos. 
Chirographario, sm. a creditor 

in virtue of a note of hand. 
Chirographia, sf. chirography. 
Chirographo, sm. chirograpn. 
Chirologia, sf. chirology. 
Chiromancia, sf. chiromancy. 
Chiromante, sm. chiromancer. 
Chlromantico, a, adj. of or 

belonging to chiromancy. 
Chironomla, sf. chironomy. 
Chironomista, sm. a professor of 

chironomy. 
Chirotonia, sf. chirotony. 
Chirriar, vn. to cry, to squeak, 

to whoop. 
Chirurgia, sf. V. Cirurgia. 
Chisme, sm. V. Persenoio. 
Chispa, sf. a spark, a flake of âre. 
Chispar, vn. to sparkle as íire. 
Chispo, sm. Y. Pesujiho. Á sort 

of fíne shoes. 
Chiste, sm. a jest, a Tvitticism. 
Chistira, sf. a sort of straw mat 

of China. [witty. 

Chistoso, a, adj. full of jests, 
Chita, sf. chintz, printed càilico. 
Chite, interj. hoíd your tonguet 
Chiton, interj. hush ! silenceT 
Chlamyde, sf. chlamys, cloak; 

a soldier's coat. 
Chloro, sm. chlorine. 
Chloroforme, sm. chioroform. 
Chlorosis, sf. {med.) chloroaia. 
Chlorotioo^ a., ouli . c\x\<;^to<\(^. 
ChloraretO) «m. (cKcm."^ cJdXotmx^^ 



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CHO 



Chó, interi. ho ! 

Choca, sf. a sort of play among 

boys , a bali. 
Choça, sf. a cottage ; hut. 
Chocado, a, pp. adj. beated. 
Chocalejado, a, pp. adj. that has 

made noise "with little bells. 

Chocalejar, vn. to make noise 

■with little bells. [bells. 

Chocalhada, sf. a noise of little 

Chocalhado, a, pp. adj. that has 

made a noise with little bells. 
Chocalhar, va. to make a noise 

with little bells. 
Chocalheira, sf. a blab. 
Chocalheirada, sf. tittle-tattle, 

tinklings. 
Chocalheiro, sm. a blab. — , a, 

adj. chattering, chirping. 
Chocalhlce, sf. blabbin^. 
Chocalho, sm. a little bell.Camei- 

ro com — , bell-weather. 

Chocar, va. to hatch, to brood. 

Chocar, vn. to beat, to knock or 

bruise together : to engage 

speaking of two armies. — [in 

the play choca) is for the bowls 

to be struck one against the 

other. 

Chocarreado, a, pp. adj. jested. 

Chocarrear, vn. to jest, to play 

the buffbon. 

Chocarreiramente, adv. with 

buffoonery. [comical. 

Chocarreiro, a, adj. facetious, 

Chocarreiro, sm. a jester, a buf- 

foon. 
Chocarrice, sf. jestíng, scofflng. 
— 5, sf. pi. scurrilous sayings. 
Chocas, sf. pi. splashes of dirt. 
Ghochim, sm. a dwarf, a ridicu- 

lous man. 
Chocho, a, adj. unripe, wrinkled. 
Chochorrobo, sm. v. Bicudo. 
Choco, a, adj. hatched ; damaged. 
Choco, sm. a brooding ; hatching 

of eggs. 
Chocolate, sm. chocolate 
Chocolateira, sf. a chocolate-pot. 
Chocolateiro , sm, chocolate- 
maker. [wine often. 

^ocorreta, sf. one who drinks 
CbocoB, sm.pl. a little cuttlefish. 
Caotrada, sf, a sudden shot. 



\ 



Chofrado, a,pp. adj. deceived. 
Chofrar, va. to deceivO) to disap- 

point. 
Chofre, sm. a sudden shot. Dar 

de — , to hit a thing fuU. 
Chofiriairo, sm. one who hits- in 

the flight,who succeeds with one 

stroke. 
ChofrudOf a, adi. and s. one 

that pouts or looks graff. 
Chola, sf. head, occiput. 
Cholagogo, sm-{^ed?) cholalogue. 
Choledooo, adj. or «m. {anat.) 

choledocus. [dography. 

Choledographia, sf. {med?^ chole- 
GholedbiDgla, sf. {med.) chole- 

dology. [lera. 

Cholera, sm. bile, choler. V. Co- 
Chondrilla, sf. {bot.) chondrille, 

gum-succory. 
Choque, sm. shock, dashing, 

clashing; fight, conflict. 
Choqnieiro, sm. a hen-roost. 
Choquento, a, adj. splashed, full 

of dirt. 
Choradeira, sf. a weeping wo- 

man, that has tears at command; 

complaint, weeping, lamenta;- 

tion. 
Chorado, a, pp. adj. weept. 
Chorador, a, sm. or f. a weeping* 

fellow, a weeper. 
Choramigador, a, sm. or f. one 

that whimpers, a sniveller. 
Choramigar, vn. to snivel, to 

whimper. 
Ghoraxuigas, sm. a sniveller. 
Chorão, ona, sm. or f. a child 

that is always crjring. 
Chorar, vn. to cry, to weep, to 

lament ; to squall. Chorarse^ vr. 

to lament one's self. 
Caiorea orChoreia, sf. {poet.) a 

dance. 
Chorebispo, sm. chorepisoopus. 
Choreoer, v. V. Florecer, 
ChoifegOf sm. choragus. 
Choregraphla, sf. choregraphj. 
Choregraphico , a, adj. chore- 

grapnical. 
CHoregrapho^ sm. choreers^h. 
CSioreu^ sm. títioxe^ ot ttochee. 
GhoTiaxsibo^ sm. \^oct>^ ç)DMnasx&»« 
GhorVna^ sf . «^ 'mç. 



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CHR 



Ghorion, sm. {anat.) chorion. 
Chorlo, sm. basalt. 
Choro, sm. weeping, tears. 
Chorões, sm. pi. {bot.) a sorti o f 

flower. 
Chorographia, sf. chorography. 
Chorographico, a, adj. choro- 

graphical. 
Chorographo, sm. chorographer. 
Choroide, sm. {anat.) choroiae. 
Choroso, a, adj. weeping ,* mourn- 

ful. 
Chorrilhar, va. V. Tagarelar. 
Chorrilho, sm. flowing, conti- 

nuation of things, a crowd. 

Chorro, sm. a spout, a water- 

spout. [fleshy. 

Chorudo, a, adj. succulent, jnicy. 

Chorume, sm. juice of fat meat, 

gravy ; {fig.) wealth. 
Cnoruxnento, a, adj. juicy, full 

of juice. 
Choupa, sf. a kind of sea-fish ; 

the olade of a boar-spear. 
Choupana , sf. cottage , hut , 

thatched house. 
Choupaneiro, sm. he who dwells 

in a hut. 
Choupo, sm. a sort of poplar-tree. 
Chouriça, sf. V. Chouriço. 
Chouriçado, sm. a great deal of 

sausages. 
Chouriceiro, sm. pork-butcher. 
Chouriço, sm. a kind of sausage ; 

a sand bag. 
Chousa, sf or Chouso, sm. a 
small hedged piece of g^ound. 
Choutador, adj. a hard-trotting 
horse . [tin g horse. 

Choutão, ona, adj. a hard-trot- 
Choutar, vn. to shake, to trot. 
Chouteiro, a, adj. a hard-trot- 
ting horse. 
Chouto, sm. the hard-trotting of 

a horse. 
Chouvir, va. V. Fechar. 
Chover, vn. imp. to rain ; to pour 
down. — miudOf to dizzle ; [ftg.) 
to abound. Chove ^ it rains. 
Chovido, a, pp. adj. rained. 
Ghoz, sm. Si snare for partrídges. 
Ch rí a m a, sm. unction. 

reoeired the conârmation. 



Chrismar, va. to adminfster the 

sacrament of conârmation . 
ChristSmente , adv. christian- 

like. 
Christandade , sf christianity, 

christendom. 
ChristSo, a, adj. christian. 
Christão, sm. a christian. 
Christengo, a, adj belongingto 

christians ; (fig,) good, pare. 
Christianicida, sm. a murder of 

christians. 
Christianlsado , a , pp. adj. 

christianised. 
Christianisar, va. to christianise, 

to make christian. Christianisar- 

se, vr. to make one's self chris- 
tian. 
Christianisino, sm. christianity. 
Christicida, sm. murder er of 

Christ. [ling the Christ. 

Christioidio, sm. the act of kil- 
Christioolo, sm. christian. — , a, 

adj. christian. 
Christiíero, a, adj. that carries 

an image of Jesus-Christ. 
Christlpara, sf the mother of 

Christ, the Holy Virgin. 
Chrlsto, sm. Christ, Messiah. 
Chroxnaticaxnente, adv. {mus.) 

chromatically. [matic. 

Chroxnatioo, a, adv. (mu*.) chro- 
Chromo, sm. {chem.) chrome. 
Chronhyoxnetro, sm. a sort of 

meteorological instrument for 

csdculating the quantity of rain 

that has fallen. 
Chronica, sf. chronicle, history. 
Chronico, a, adj. chronic, chro- 

nical, inveterate. Doença — a, 

chronical distemper. 
Chronista, sm. a chronicler. 
Chronograxnma, sf. chronogram. 
Chronographia, sf. chronogra- 

Chrono^aphico, a, adj. of or 
belongiug to the chronography. 

Chronographo, sm. chronogra- 
pher. 

Chronologisi^ sf . cXv^ot^^q^'*^» 

Cbrono\og\.08ciaiexi\«^ oA^. <3k$<v- 
nologVcíSw. ,. "^^Sí:^ 

CbronoloQ^StOL, sm. çítoxoTvo\o«^ 



CHU 



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CHY 



Ghronologo, sm. chronologist. 
Chronometro, sm. chronometer. 
Chrysalida, sf. {nat. hist.) chry- 

salis, aurelia. 
Chrysantemo, sm. {bot.) chrys- 

aatemum. 
CShryseu, sm. (poet.) the sun 
Ghrysoberillo, sm. (min.) chryso- 

IjeriL [gold. 

Ghrysogono, a, adj. bom of 
Chrysograpliia, sf. chrysogra- 

phy. 
Ghrysol, sm. a crucible. 
Ghrysolitha or Ghrysolitho, 

sm. {miner.) chrysolite. 
Chrysologo, a, adj. very elo- 

quent. [somela. 

Glurysoinela, s. [nat. hist.) chry 
Ghrysopêa, sf. (aZcA. ) chrysopeia. 
Chrysopeio, a, adj. auriferous. 
Cbrysopraso, S7n. chrysoprasus. 
Ghrysostomo, sm. golaen mouth. 
Chuçada, sf. a blow with a pike. 
Chuçar, va. to strike with a pike. 
Chuceiro, sui. soldier armed vrith 

a pike, 
Chuchamel, sm. V. Chupamel. 
Chuchar, vn, to suck, to draw. 

V. Chupar. 
Chuchurreado, a, |7p. adj. siped. 
Chuchurrear, va. to sip, to tipple. 
Chuço, sm. a great half-pike. 
Chué, adj. 2 g. shabby, poor, 

mean. [banter. 

Chufa , sf. an offensive jest ; 
Chufado, a, pp. adj. bantered. 
Ghufador, sm. V. Chocarreiro. 
Chufar, va. to banter, to scoff. 
Chula, sf. burlesque dance or 

song. 
Chularia or Chulice, s/". jocosity. 
Chulista, sm. one who is always 

jesting. 
Chiilo, a, adj. jesting, jocose. 
Chumaceiras, sf pi. the pieces 

of a coach, of a plough or a 

sugar-mill 
Chuinacete, sm. pledget. 
Chumaço, sm. compress ; bolster, 

pillow. 
Chumbada, sf. shot; pieces of 

lead in a fishing net. 
Chumbado, a, pp. adj, leaded, 

BÓlàereà with lead. 



Chumbar, va. to solder with lead, 

to lead. 
Chumbeira, sf. a casting net. 
Chumbeiro, sm. plumber or 

plummer. 
Chumblm, sm. a magistrate in 

China. 
Chumbo, sm. lead , plumb, plum- 

met j shot. Cousa de — , leaden. 

Semelhante a — , leadish. Tem — 

na cabeça^ (fig.) he is a deliberate 

cool mân. 
Chumeas, sf. pi. {a sea term) a 

sort of cheeks to strengthen a 

mast. [suction. 

Chupadella, sf. sucking, suck, 
Chupado, a, pp. adj. sucked. 
Chupador, a, sm. or f. sucker. 
Chupadura, sf. sucking. 
Chupamel, sm. {bot.) honey- 

suckle. 
Chupamento, sm. sucking. 
Chupão, sm. black and blue mark 

on the skin by sucking it. 
Chupar, va. to suck, to draw , to 

imbibe or soke in. 
Chupeta, sf. a sort of little tube. 
Chupista, sm. a tippler. 
Chupistar, vn. to tipple. 
Churdo, sm. V. Lã. 
Chumia, sf. V. Chusma. 
Churrião, sm. a waggon. 
Churro, a, adj. coarse. 
Churuxae, sm. V. Chorume. 
Chusma, sf. crew, crowd ; multi- 

tude. 
Chusmado, a, pp. adj. that has 

the whole crew of slaves in a 

galley. [a galley. 

Chusmar, va. — uma gallé, to man 
Chuva, sf. rain. — grande, shower. 

Tempo de — , rainv weather. 
Chuvediço, a, aaj. of or per- 

taining to rain. 
Chuveiro, sm. a shower. 
Chuviscar, vn. to mizzle. 
Chuvisco, sm. little rain, miz- 

zling rain. 
Chuvoso, a, adj. rainy, showery. 
Chuz, adv. Não dizer — nem buz^ 

to be silent. 
Chylifero, a, adj. {anat.) chyli- 

ferous. 
Chylificação, sf. chylifícation. 



CID 



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CIL 



Ghylificado, a, pp. adj, turned 

into cbyle. 
diylificar, va. to tom in chyle. 
Ghylo, sm. chyle. [ceous, 

Ghyloso, a, adj. chylous, chyla- 
Ghyxno, sm. chyme. 
Ghymose, sf. {meã.) chymosis. 
Ciado, a, pp. adj. tnat has been 

kept from Dyjealousy. 
CSiar, va. to be jealous of. Ciarse, 

vr. to be jealous. 
Ciar, vn. (a sea term) to fali astem, 

to row backward. [vated. 

Ciática, sf. V. Sciatica and deri- 
Ciavoga, sf. {a sea term) the act 

of rowing backward. 
Cibalho, sm. -worms or insects 

that birds feed upon. 
Cibando, sm. {nat. nist.) a kind of 

bird of prey. 
Gibario, a, adj. cibarious, rela- 

tingto food. 
Cibato, sm. the food of birds. 
Cibo, sm. aliment, food. 
Cibório, sm. cyborium. 
Cioata, sm. niggard, miser. 
Cicatear, vn. to be stingy 
Cioateria, sf. niggardlmess, stin- 

giness. 
Cicatrisação, sf cicatrization. 
Cicatrisado,a,ȍ ac^;. cicatrized. 
Cioatrisante, adj. 2 g. cicatrizive, 

cicatrizing. 
Cioatrisar, vn. and a. to cicatrize, 

to heal up. Cicatrisar-se, vr, to 

be cicatrized, to skin over. 
Cicatriz, sf, cicatrice, scar; 

mark. 
Cicero, sm. Cicero, famous orator; 

Xprint.) pica (type). 
diceroniano, a, adj. ciceronian. 
Ciciar, vn. to lisp. 
Cicio, sm. lisp. 
Cicioso, a. adj. one that lisps. 
Cicuta, sf. {bot.) cicuta, water- 

hemlock. 
Cicutaria, sf. cicuta, cicutaria. 
Cid or Cide, sm. lord or com- 

mander. [mau. 

Cidadão, ã, sm. orf. citizen, free- 
Cidade, sf. a cit^r. [castle. 

Gidadella, sf, citadel, fortress, 
CIdadia, sf. a female citizen. 
Gtâa4So,«in. acitízen* 



Cidra, sf. citron, cyder, cedrat. 

Cidrada, s(. a sweet-meat of ^e 
juice of citron [treea. 

Cidral, sm. a garden of citron- 

Cidrão, sm. a sweet-meat of ci- 
tron ; a disease in oxen. 

Cidreira, sf. citron-tree, cedrat. 
Iferva — , balm gentle. 

Cieiro, sm. roughness in the skin 
caused by cold ; chopped lips. 

Cifa, sf. sand of goldsmiths; 
(a sea term) an anointing for 
paying ship's bottom. 

Ciíado, a, pp. adj. anointed with 
cifa. 

Cifar, va. (a sea term) to get 
ready ; to grease a ship. 

Cifra, sf. cipner, number, figure; 
flourish at the end of the name 
to prevent counterfeiting^ ; the 
key or explanation of a wntting 
in ciphers. Cifras, sf. pi. {heral^ 
device, emblera, coat of arms. 

Cifrado, a, €idj. ciphered. 

Cifrão, sm. a mark used in ao- 
counts to divide the thousands. 

Cifrar, va. to cipher. — , to re- 
sume, to abridge. 

Cigalho, sm. a small portion. * 

Cigana, */• » gypsy. 

Ciganaria, sf. the life of gyp- 
sies; a cheating-tríck. 

Ciganas, sf.pl. a sort of ear- 
rings. 

Ciganice, */• ^- Ciganaria, 

Cigano, sm. gypsy-man. 

Cigarra or Cegarrega, sf. balm- 
cricket, cicaoa, grasshopper. 

Cigarrado, a, pp. adj. smoked 
(cigar). 

Cigarrar, va. to smoke a cigar. 

Cigarrilha, «/ cigarrete. . ,^ 

Cigarro, sm. ci^ar. 

Clgude, sf. V. Cicuta. 

Cigurelha, sf. (bot.) savoury. -• 
brava, flea-bane. 

Cilada, sf. snare. 

Cilercoa, sf V. Tortulho. 

Cilba, sf band, girth, strap. 

Cilhado, a, pp. adj. girthed. 

Cilbar, va. to girth. 

Ciliar, adj. 2 g. {ancU.) ciliazy* 

Cilicio, sm, hair-clota. 

dUndro, sm.N . C)|lmdro. 



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Cima, sm. the top of a mountam. 
Por — , above. J)e — , from 
above. Para — , upvards. A — , 
above. Voltar de —para beàxOy 
to turu upside down. Estar aci- 
ma, to excel. Ficar de — , to 
overoome, to get the better. 

Cixnacio, sm. V. Cimalha. 

GilBaalha, sf. {arch.) cymatíttm 
ogee, wave. 

Cbnarrão. sm. maroon ; a fugi- 
tive black. 

Cimbre, sf. (arch.) the arch of a 
■Tault [piece, apex. 

Cimeira, sf. the crest of a head- 

Gimeiro, a, adj. that is in the 
top. 

Cimentado, a, pp, adj. ceineated. 

Gtedentar, va. to cemént, to 
•imite ; (fig.) to cement, to oon- 
firm. [mortar, foundation. 

Cimento, sm. cement, a sort of 

Cimeterio, sm. V» Cemitério. 

Cimitarra, sf. a scimitar or oi- 
meter. {hill, peak. 

Cimo, sm. the toç of a mountain, 

Cinabrio, sm. cinnabar, vejrmi- 
lion. 

Cinamomo, sm. {bot,) cixmamon. 

Cinara, sf. V. Cardo hortense. 

Gincar, vn. to miss, to mistake. 

Cincas, sf pi Dar — , to mistake, 
to misunderstand. 

Glnoeiro, sm. a willow or sal- 
low-tree. 

Cinchar, va. to put the cheese 
in a cheese-vat. 

Cincdio, sm. a cheeae-^at to make 
cheese in. 

Cinco, adj. num. five. 

Cinooenta, adj. num. fiftj. 

Cincoentavo, sm. âftieth. 

Cincoentena, sf. the number of 
fifty. 

Cinctorio, sm. V. Cingulo. 

Cineração, sf. cineration. 

Cinerario, a, adj. cinerary. 

Cinereo, a, adj, cinereous, lik© 
ashes. [reous. 

Cinericio, a, adj. ashy, cine- 

Cinethmica, sf. the scieuce of 
motion. 

Cingideiras, sf. pi. the middJle- 

^ iDoat davs oi birds of prey. 



Cingido, a, pp. adj. girded. sur- 

rounded, [band. 

Cingidoiro, sm. a girdle, binding- 
Cingir, va. to gird, to bind, to 

enclose, to tie about. 
Cingulo, sm. a girdle. 
Ciniplie, sm. a kind of fly. 
Cinquinlio, sm. an ancient coin. 
Cinta, sf. a girdle, band; the 

'waisrt. — da gula^ {arch.) an 

ogive . 
Cintar, va. to bind up, to girdle. 
Cinta», sf. pi. (a sea term) wales. 
G^taraço, sm. a blo-w with a 

girdle. [girdled. 

Cinteado, a, adj {hot.) bound up, 
Ginteiro, sm. he who makes or 

sells girdles. 
Cintel, sm. circle ; a sort of 

great compasses. 
Cintemente, adv. purposely. 
Cintilar, va. and denvated. V. 

Scintillar. 
Cintilho, sm. a hat-band; ihe 

cestus of Vénus. 
Cinto, a, pp. adj. girded. 
Cintura, sf. the waist. 
Cinturão, sm. a broad-belt, 

sword-belt. 
Cinza, sf. ashes. Quarta feira de 

Cinzas, Ash-Wednesday. 
Cinzeiro, sm. ash-pan. 
Cinzel, sm. punch, gravei, gra- 

ver. 
Cinzelado, a, pp. adj. chased. 
Cinzelador, sm. chaserc 
Cinzelar, va. to chase, to carve, 

to engrave. 
Cinzento, a , adj. ashy, of an 

ashy colour. 
Cio, sm. rut ; desire of copuLation 

among animais. 
Cioado, sm. a herd of swine. 
Ciosamente, adv. jealously. 
Cioso, a, adi. jealous. 
Cipó, sm. a kind of shrub ; a sort 

of ipecacuanha. 
CiposU, sm, a place "wliere Cipós 

grow. [marble. 

G^olino, sm. cipolin, cipolixk- 
Gjbppo, sm. a grave-stone. 
ÇUra, sf. a place full of bushes. 
CiTflLnaa, s^. a .screen or jskreen; 

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Cirandagexn, sf, the coarser 

part of the lime. 
Cirandar, va. to screen, to eift 

the corn. 
Girata, «/. the ed^e of a saddle. 
Circea, sf. \hot.) circ«ea, enchan- 

ter's nightshade. 
Circense, aã.^. 2 g. circensian. 
Giroeo, a, adj. deceitful, frau- 

dulent . 
Circinal, ad^. 2 g. (òo^) circinal. 
Circo, sm. circus. 
Circuição, sf. circultion. 
Gircoir, va. to circuit, to move 

round. 
Circuito, sm. circuit, compass, 

circumference. 
Circulação, sf. circulation, pas- 

sage. Pár um livro em — , to 

circulate a book. 
Circulado, ei,pp.adj. circulated. 
Circulante, adj. 2 ç. ckculating. 
Circular, adj. 2g. circular, round. 
Circular, va. or n. to circulate, 

to move round, to give cur- 

rency to ; {chem.) to raise and 

fali to and fro. 
Circularmente, adv. ciroularly. 
Circulatório, a, adi. circulatory. 
Circulo, sm. circle, circumfe- 
rence. Um quarto de — , a qua- 

drant. Buscar a quadratura do 

— t {^9') to search after the qu»- 

drature of the circle. — , circle, 

company ; {geog.) circle. 
Gircumambiente, adi. 2 g. cir- 

cumambient. [cumcised. 

Circumcidado, a, pp. adj. cir- 
Circuxncidar, va. to circumcise. 
Circumcisão, sf. circumcision. 
Circumciso, a, pp. adj. circum- 

cised. — , sm. one that is cir- 

cumcised 
Circumdado, a, pp. adj. com- 

passed round. [circle. 

Circumdamento , sm. circuit, 
Circumdante, adj 2 g. com- 

passing. [round. 

CJrcumdar, va. to compass 
Gircumductar, va. to nullify. 
Gircomferencia, sf circumfe- 

renoe, -c<Hnpass, circle. 
Cirn—lumute, adj. ig. cirouu- 

íeremiáL 



Giroumflexão, sf. cLrcuinfer«ace« 

circuit, circle. 
Gircumflexo, a, adj. circumflex. 
Circumfluencia, sf. circum- 

fluonce. 
Circumfluente, adj. ig circum- 

fluent, circumfluous. 
Cirovunfluir, va. to flow about 

any thmg. [foraneous. 

CUronmíoraneo. a, adj. circom- 
Cironnifuso, a, a(/;. circumfluous 

or circumfluent. 
CiroumQnrrado, a, adj. circum- 

gyrated. 
Ciroumgyrar, va. to circuro- 

gyrate. [jacent. 

Giroum jacente, adi. 2fi. circmn- 
Cãrcamlocuç&o, »f. circuuilocu- 

tion. [tion. 

Circuniloq[UÍo , sm. circumlocu- 
Ciroununurado, a, adj. circum- 

mured. 
CirounmavegaçSo, sf. circum- 

navigation. fnavi-.r.ntor. 

Ciroumnavegador, sm. circum- 
Clrcumpollar, adj. 2 g. rin-um- 

polar. [scribe, to eucirclc. 

Circumscrever, va. to circum- 
CircuniBcripçfto, sf, circum- 

scription. Iscriptive 

CircumscriptiTO, a, ao;, circum- 
CircuniBcripto, a, pp. adj. cir- 

cumscri'bed. [cession 

Gircumsessfio, sf {theol.) circtim- 
Circumsoante, aaj. 2 g. that 

sounds a])out [spection. 

CircumspecçSo , sf circum- 
Circum^peotamente, adv. cir- 

cumspectly. [«pect. 

CircuxQspecto, a, adj. circum- 
Circumstancia , sf. circura* 

stance. [d«taiL 

Circumstanciadamente, adv. m 
Circumstanoiado, a, jfp. adj, 

circumstantiated. 
Circumstanciador, sm. he wbo 

describes a thing circwimrtaTH 

tially, 
Ciroumstancial, adj. 2 g. {grarn.) 

circumstancial, accidental. 
Circmnstanciar, va. to circion- 

stantiate, to relate. 
GirciiiiiBtaiicloTkaLd.o, a^ ¥P* ^* 

circ\imstaxk\àax«à. 



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Gircamstancionarf va. to cir- 

cumstantiate. 
Circumstante, adj. 2 g. that 

stands about. 
Circumstantes, sm. pi. the spec- 

tators, beholders, standers. 
Circumstar, va. to surround, to 

stand about. [va^grant. 

Circumvagante, adj. 2 í^.circum- 
Circuxnvagar, vn. to wander 

about. [about. 

Circumvago, a,a{2;. that wanders 
Gircumvallação, sf. {fort.) cir- 

cumvallation. [cumvalíated. 
Gircumvalladj, a, pp. adj. cir- 
Cirouxnvallar, va. to trench 

about. [cuit of a place. 

Gircumvizinliança, sf. the cir- 
Circuxnvizinlio, a, adj. círcum- 

jacent, neighbouring. 
Clrouxnvolução, sf. circumvolu- 

tion. 
Cirial,5m. chandelier, taper. 
Girieiro, sm. a -wax-chandler. 
Girio, sm. wax-taper; torch. — 

A procession in which a torch 

is carried and offered to a cha- 
pei or church. 
Girurgia, sf. surgery. 
Girurgial or Cirurgical, adj. 2 g . 

surgical, chirurgical. 
Girurgião, sm. surgeon, chirur- 

geon. [gical. 

Girurgioo, a, adj. surgical, chirur- 
Girzir, va.Y. Serzirsknà derivated. 
Gisalpino, a, adj. or of belong- 

ing to this side of the Alps. 
Giscalliagexu, sf. sweepings. 
Giscar, va to run away privately. 
Gisco, sm. fílth, sweepings, char- 

coal-dust 
GiBterna, sf. cistern. 
Gisto, sm. {bot.) V. Esteva. 
Gita, sf citation, quoting. 
Gitação, sf citation. 
GitadeUa, sf V. Cidadella. 
Gitadino, a, sm- or /. townsman 

or woman. 
Gitado, a, pp. adj. cited, quoted. 
Citador, sm. quoter 
Gitamente, adv. {anc.) quickly, 

speedily. 
Gitante, adj. 2 g. {in lavo) he who 

cites or sununons. 



Gitar, va. to cite, to quote, to 

name, to summon. 
Gitatorio, a, adj. citatory. Carta 

— a, a citation 
Giterior, adj. 2 g. citerior, belong- 

ing to this side. 
Cithara, sf. a cithara. 
Githaredico, a, adj. of or belong- 

ing to a cithara. [a cithara. 

Gitliaredo,sm one who plays upon 
Githarisar, va to play on a ^thara 

or harp. [on a cithara. 

Githarista, sm. one that plays 
Githaristioo, a, adj. citharistic. 
Gitocacio, sm. {hot.) cainelme. 
Gitola, sf the inill-clack or 

clapper. 
Gitraria, sf. hawking. 
Gitrato, s^n. citrato. 
Gitreiro, sm. a falconer. 
Gitreo, a, adj. belonging to the 

citron-tree. 
Gitrico, a, adj. citric. 
Gitrina, sf {min.) citrine. 
Gitrino, a, adj. citrine, of a dark 

yellow. 
Gitro, sm. a plant of Africa. 
Gitronella, sf. balm-mint, garden- 

mint. [envy, 

Giuxue, sm. jealousy; hatred, 
Giuxuento, a, adj, that has jeal- 
ousy. 
Glvel, adj. 2 g. civil, not crimi- 
nal ; {anc.) rustic, clownish. 
Givelmente, adv. according to a 

civil law. 
Giveta, sf. V. Gato de algalia. 
Givico, a, adj. civic. 
Givil, adj. 2 g. civil, gentle, 

affable, courteou*. 
Givilidade, sf. civility, polite- 

ness, courtesy. 
Glvilisação, sf. civilization. 
Givilisado, a, pp adj. civilizcd. 
Givilisador, a, adj. civilizing. 
Givilisar, va. to civilize. 
Givilisavel, adj. 2 g civilizable 
Givilmente, aav. civilly, politely. 
Civismo, sm. civismo, love of 

country. 
Glzirão, sm. a kind of pulse. 
Glade, sf. ijftoet.) a slaughter. 
Clama, s/T {anc.) recíamation, 

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damado, a, pp. adj, cried. 
Glamador, sm. he -who cries, 

bawler, squaller. 
Glamante, adj. 2 g. crying. 
Clamar, vn. to cry out, to cry, to 

halloo, to bawl. — vingança, to 

deserve punishment. 
Clamor, sm. clamour, crying out, 

vociferation. fously. 

Clamorosamente, adv. clamor- 
Clamoroso, a, adj. clamorous, 

vociferous. 
Clandestinamente, adv. clan- 

destinely, secretly. 
Clandestinidade, sf. privacy, 

clandestineness. [private. 

Clandestino, a, adj. clandestine, 
Clangor, sm. clang, a sound of a 

truinpet. 
'Clangoroso, a, adj. clangorous. 
Clara, sf. — de ovo, the white of 

an egg. 
Clarabóia, sf. sky-light. 
Claraboiar, v. V. Luzir. 
Claramente, adv. clearly, evi- 

dently. 
Clarão, sm. gleam of light. 
Clarea, sf. a liquor made with 

white wine and honey. 
Clarear, vn. to grow clear. 
Clareira, sf. glade; a law^n or 

opening in a wood. 
Clarete, sm. and adj. claret. 

Vinho — , claret. 
Clareza, sf. ciearness, plainness, 

perspicuity. 
Claridade, sf. ciearness, light , 

fame, renown. [clarifying. 

Clarificação , sf. clarifícatiou. 
Clarificado, a, pp. adj. clariáed, 

purified. 
Clarificar, va. to clarify, to pu- 

rify ; to ennoble or raake faraous. 
Clarificativo , a, adj. that is 

fit to clarify. [ning. 

Clarifico, a, adj. shining, light- 
Clarim, sm. a shrill sort of 

trumpet. 
Clarineta, sf. clarinet. 
Claristas, sf pi. the nuns of 

San^Clara. 
ClaraMttfed;. bright, clear, trans- 

pai4M|p.11gfal8ome ; fair, puré, 

serene; plàin, oiUBv, perspi- 
Pastb j 



cuous, evident ; illustrious, re- 

nowned, famous. Começa a fa- 
zer — , it begins to be day-lignt. 

— , sm. a bíank, a void, unoc- 

cupied space. 
Claro, adv. clearlv, evidently, 

plainly ; {mil.) the space be- 

tween two regiments. 
Claro-escuro, sm. clare-obscure. 
Classe, af. class, order, rank, 

faraily; school-room. 
Clássico, a, adj. classic, dassical. 

— , sm. a classic. 
ClassiffcaçSo, sf. classifícation. 
Classificado, a, pp. adj. classed, 

classifíed. [sify. 

Classificar, va. to class, to clas- 
Claudicação, sf. ciaudication ; 

lameness. fdicated. 

Claudicado, a, pp. aaj. clau- 
Claudicante, adj. 2 g. claudicant; 

uníit for use. 
Claudicar, vn. to claudicate, to be 

like to fali, to be wavering. 
Claustra, sf. V. Claustro. 
Glaustral, adj. 2 g. claustral, 

monastical. 
Claustr alidade, sf. (anc.) the 

relaxation of manners in the 

religious orders. 
Claustro, sm. cloister, convent, 

monastery. 
Clausula, sf. clause, article, 

condition ; (mus.) cadence. 
Clausulado, a, pp. adj.j^ut into 

clauses. [Encerrar. 

Clausular, va. to put in clauses.V. 
Clausura, sf. an enclosure ; 

cloister. [tered. 

Clausurado, a, pp. adj. clois- 
Clausurar, va. to cloister, to 

encloister. Clausurar-se, vr. to 

enter into a cloister. 
Clava, sf. club, mace. 
Cia varia, sf. the conveniencies 

that are necessary in a convent 

as a cellar, a pantry, etc. 
Clavario, sm {anc.) a key-keeper 

of a cloister. 
Clave, sf. {music.) key or cliff. 
Claveiro,5m, he -who has the keys. 
Clavelina, sf. a musk gill v-flower. 
ClaverIngO) sm. 9, sotx oitq^q&v^^ 

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Clavioordio, sm. clavichord, 

harpsichord. 
GlaTicula, sf. {anat.) clavicle, 

collar-bone. [clavicle. 

Claviculado, a, adj. that has a 
Clavicular, adj. 2 g. of or belong- 

ing to the clavicle. 
Glaviculario, sm. one who keeps 

the keys of a coffer. 
Clavi-cylindro, sm. a sort of 

musical instrument. 
CSlaviforxne, adj. 2 g. having the 

form of a club. 
Clavigero, a, adj. that bears a 

club or mace. 
Clavija, sf. bolt, peg. 
Clavina, sf. carbine. 
Clavinaço, sm. a carabine^shot. 
Clavioboè, sm. a sort of musical 

instrument. 
Claviorgão, .9772. a sort of musical 

instrument. 
Clavisignatos,5m.;9Z. namegiven 

to the soldiers of the Pope. 
Clavo-l3rra, sf. a sort of jbarpsi- 

chorcl. 
Clexnatite, sf. {bot.) clematis. 
Clemência, sf. clemency, mercy. 
Clemente, adj. 2 g. clement, 

meek. mild, merciful. 
Clementemente, adv. clemently, 

mercifuUy. 
Cleonia. sf. (bot.) cleonia. 
Clepsamimidio, sm. clepsammia. 
Clepsydra, sf. clepsydra or 

water-hour glass. 
Clerezia, sf. clergy. V. Clero. 
Clerical, adj. '2 g. clerical. 
Clericalmente, adv. clergyman- 

like. [clergyman. 

Clericato, sm. the office of a 
Clérigo, sm. a clergyman. 
Clero, sm. clergy. 
Cliente, sm. client. 
Clientela. «/'.clientele,clientBhip ; 

protection. 
Clima, sm. climate, clime. 
Climatérico, a. adj. climacteric, 

climacterical. 
Climax, sm. clímax. 
Clinica, sf. clinicai medicine, 
clinicai surgery. —'5, &m. pi. a 
sect of ancient christians. 
Clinico, a, adj, cIíhíq, cliwfiaL 






Glinopodio, sm. {pot.) cUnopo- 

dium. 
Clitóris, 5/. {anat.) clitóris. 
Clivlo, sm. clifif, the side of a hill. 
Clivoso, a, adj. bending, àown- 

ward. 
Cloaca, sf. common sewer ; sink. 
Cloacario or Cloaquelro, sm. 

he who cleans sinks. 
Club, sm. club. 
Clubista, sm. clubbist. 
Clypeiforme, adj. 2 g. in the 

form of a shield. 
Cl3rster or Clystel, sm. clyster. 
Co, Coa instead of com o, com 

a, with the. [pulsion. 

Coacção, 5/". coaction, force, com- 
Coaccusado, a, adj. compÚce. 
Coacervado, a, pp. adj. coacer- 

vated. [coacervate. 

Coacervar, va. to heap np, to 
Coactivo, a, adj, coactive, coer- 

cive, compulsory. 
Coacto, a, adj. coacted, forced. 
Coada, sf. broth straineà out of 

boiled peas. 
Coadeira, sf. V. Coador. 
Coadjutor, sm. coadjutor, as- 

sistent. 
Coadjutora, sf. coadjutrix. 
Coadjutoria, sf. coadjutorslúp. 
Coadjuvado, a, pp. adj. aid^, 

seconded, supported. 
Coadjuvante, sm. helper, sup- 

porter. 
Coadjuvar, va. to help, to se- 

cond, to support 
Coadministração, sf. collective 

administration. 
Coadministrado, a, pp. adj. ad- 

ministrated. [ministrátor. 

Coadministrador, sm. joint ad- 
Coadministrar, va. to adminis- 

trate collectively. 
Coado, a, pp. adi. strained; that 

looks pale for lear. 
Coador, sm. colander, stralner. 
Coadunação, sf. coadunation, 

assemblage, .meeting. 
Coadunado, a, pp. cudj. assem- 

bled together. 
CoadnTiaT^ \ííi. tA ^«ih«r« to join 



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CSoagmentado, a, pp. adj, co- 
agmented. 

Coagxuentar, va. to coa^ent, 
to congregate. 

Coagmento, am. coagmentation. 

Coagulação, sf. coagulation. 

Cioagulado, a, pp. adj. coagu- 
lated. 

Goagulador, sm. coaguiator. 

Coagulante, adj. 2 g. that coa- 
gulates. 

Coagular, va. to coaguiate, to 
congeal, to curdle. [union. 

Coalescência, sf. coftl«scence ; 

Coalhada, sf. curdle-milk, curd. 

Coalhado, a, pp .adj. curdled. 

Coalhadura, sf. curdling. 

Coalhar, va. to curdle. — com frio, 
to be froaenwith cold. Coalhar- 
se, vr. to be curdled, to thicken. 

Coalho, sm. coagulum, curd. 

Coalição, sf. coalition, union. 

Coalisar, va. to coalesce, to join. 

Coapia, sf. {bot.) h^pericon. 

Coapostolo, sm. a fellow in the 
apostleship. 

Coar, va. to strain, to percolate. 
— vn. to slight, to slip away, 
to escape ; to be pale and -wan ; 
it is also said of people that re- 
tire frora business. 

Coarctação, sf. V. Restricção. 

Coarctada, sf. {in law) justilSca- 
tion, defence ; it is said of one 
that purges himself of a crime. 

Coarctado, a, pp. adj. restrained. 

Coarctar, va. to restrain. 

Coarrendador, sm. he who is a 
tenant "W^ith another. 

Coatl, sm. {nat. hist.) coali. 

Goaxação, sf. croaking, the cry 
of a frog. 

Coaxado, a, pp. adj. croaked. 

Cobales or Cobedos, sm. pi. co- 
bales; satyrs. 

Cobalto, sm. {min.) cobalt. 

Cobarde, sm. V. Covarde and 
derivated. 

Coberta, sf. cover, covering, 
service, course. Jantur de cinco 
—», dinner consifrtisg- of five 
coarsea. [mente. 

Ctfmrtmamité, adv. V. âceulta- 
GoDerto, a, jfp. adj. corered. 



Cobertor, sm blanket, connter- 

pane. 
Cobertura, sf. cover, coverinç. 
Cobiça, sf. covetousness, cupi- 

dity. 
Cobiçado, a, pp. adj. of Cobiçar. 

V. Cubicar and derivated. 
Cobra, sf. snake, adder. jfferva de 

— s, {bot.) a sort of herb in the 

Brazils called caiatia. 
Cobrada, sf. a pair, a couple. 
Cobrado, a, pp. adj. received, 

recovered. 
Cobrador, sm. receiver. 
Cobramento, sm. receiving. 
Cobrança, sf. receiving, coilect- 

ing. 
Cobrar, va. to receive, to acquire, 

to get, to recover. Cobrar-se^ 

vr. to recover one's self. 
Cobravel, adj. 2 g. recoverable. 
Cobre, sm. copper; a small copper 

coin. 
Cobreio, sm. herpes miliaris. 
Cobrição, sf. or Cobrimento, 

sm. covering, copulatiou. 
Cobrir, va. to cover, to coat, to 

envelope. — uma casa, to tile a 

house. — com folhas de ouro^ to 

plate. To protect; to copulate; 

to conceal. Cobrir-se, vr. to put 

on one's hat. O tempo cobre-se^ 

the weather is overcast. 
Cobro, sm. Pôr — , to remedy. Por 

alguma cousa em — , to lay up a 

thing safe. 
Coca, sf. {bot.) coculus indicus. 

Dar — a alquem^ {fig.) to allure. 
Coça, sf. a Deating. Dar uma — 

a alguém^ to trim one's jacket. 
Coçado, a, pp. adj. scratched. 
Coçadura, sf. scratching. 
Cocar, sm. a plume or feather for 

the hat. 
Coçar, va. to scratch, to scrub, 

to rub. — alguém, {fig.) to beat 

one. [de — , to squat. 

Cocaras, sf. pi. squatting. Estar 
Cocção, sf. coction, coacoctÂssvi.^ 

digestlon. \5isí^ 

GoocinéUia, sf. Inat. hlst.^ cíoc«p 
Coccineo, a, adj. N . Purpúreo. 
CSoccyx, m. l,anat.^ ^^^^Xw^«^«^ 



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COP 



Cócegas, sf.pL tíckling. Fazer—, 

to tickle. 
Coceguento, a, adj. ticklish, 

delicate. 
Coceira, sf. an ítching. 
Cocharra, sf. {artil.) charger. 
Cocharrada, sf. the powder that 

may be contained in a cocharra. 
Coche, sm. coach. — de aluguel, 

a hackney-coach. 
Cochecha, sf. the cheeks of a fish. 
Cochedura, sf. roughness. 
Cocheira, sf. a coach-house. 
Cocheiro, sm. a coachman. ^5- 

sento de — , coach-box. 
Cochichado, a, pp. adj. muttered. 
Cochichar, vn. to mutter, to 

mumble. 
Cochicho, sm . {fiat. hist.) a sort 

of lark. 
Cochíchola, sf. or Cochicholo, 

sm. a narrow house. 
Cochino, sm. V. Porco.—, a kind 

of game. 
Cochins, sm. pi. (a sea term) mats. 
Cochlea, sf. {anat.) acavity in the 

ear. 
Cochleado, a, adj. Escadas 

cockleadas, winding stairs. 
Cochlearia, sf. {bot^ cochlearia, 

spoon-wort. 
Cocho, sm. hod. 
Cochonilha, sf. cochiaeal,wood- 

louse. 
Cochonilheira, sf. [bot ) cochi- 

neal-plant. 
Coco, sm. cocoa-nut, cocos. A 

carne do — , the pulp of the cocoa. 
Coco or Cooa, sm. or f. -words 
^, used to fright children. Fazer 

— , to play at bo-peep. 
CocÕes, sm. pi. two pieces of wood 

wherein the axle-tree of a Por- 

tuguese cart moves. 
Cocorim, sm. a hen. 
Cocuruto, sm. top, smnmit of any 

thing. 
Cocyto, sm. (poet.) river of Cam- 

pania feigned by the poets to be 

the nver of heíí. 
Coda, sf. V. Cauda. 
Codão, sm. a piece of ice. 



{fig.) the superficial knowledge 

of any thing. 
Godeado, a, pp. adj. V. Comido. 
Codear, va. comer. 
Codeceira, sf. a ground where 

cytisus grows. 
Codeço, sm. {bot.) cytisus. 
Códice, sm. register; ancient 

copies of books with manuscript 

notes. [to a codicil. 

Codioillar, adj. 2 g. pertaining^ 
Codicillo, sm. codicil. 
Código, sm. code. 
Codilhado, a, pp. adj. that has 

lost a codille. 
Codilhar, va. to ^ive a codille. 
Codilho, sm. codille; a term at 

ombre (game). [of spade. 

Codilim or Codelim, sm. a sort 
Codo, sm. V. Geada. 
Codonatario, a, adj. {in law) co- 

donee. 
Codorniz, sf. a quail. 
Codorno, sm. a warden ; a çreat 

pear. [cient. 

Coefficiente, sm. {alg.) coefâ- 
Coeiros, sm. pi. V. Cueiros 
Coelha, sf. a doe-rabbit. 
Coelheira, sf. a clapper of co- 

nies. [rabbits. 

Coelheiro, a, adj. that bunts 
Coelho, sm. a raboit. 
Coentrada, sf. a sauce with co- 

rianders. 
Coentro, sm. {bot.) coriander. 
Coepiscopo, sm. cobishop. 
Coerção, sf. coertion, restraining. 
Coercivel, adj. 2 g. coercible. 
Coercivo, a, adj. coercive. 
Coessencia, sf. coessentiality. 
Coessencial, adj. lg. coessentiaL 
Coessencialmente , adv. coes- 

sentially. 
CoeBSO, sm. a sort of fish. 
Coetâneo, a, adj. contemporary, 

coetaneous. 
Coetemo, a, adj. coeternal. 
Coevo, a, adj. coeval, contempo- 

rary- 
Coexistência, sf. co-existence. 
Coexistente, adj. 2 g. co-existent. 
. Coexistir, vn. to co-e^X^x. 



^^ea , sf. crvLSt ; scab, scupf . l Co-liador , sm . \íô ^\vo \a «^ «oa^Vl 
y^rar a— do pão^ to chip bread ; \ -with anotUet. 



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COI 



Cofinho, sm. a little basket. 
Cofre, sm, coffer, chest. 
Cogitabundo, a, adj. pensive, 

thoughtful; sad. 
Cogitação, sf. cogitation, medi- 

tation, thought. 
Cogitado, a, pp. adj. cogitated, 

meditated. [tate. 

Cogitar, vn. to cogitate, to medi- 
Cogitativo, a, euij. cogitative, 

toinking. 
Cognação, «/.co^nation, kindred. 
Cognado, sm. kindred, kinsman. 
Cognatioo, a, adj. pertainÍDg to 

cognation. 
Cognato, a, adj. cognate. 
Gognito, a, adj. known. 
Cognome, sm. cognomen, sur- 

name. [Alcunha. 

Cognomento, sm. nickname. V. 
Cognominação , sf. cognomi- 

nation. 
Cognominado, a, pp. adj. sur- 

named. 
Cognominar, va. to surname. 

Cognominar-se, vr. to be sur- 

named. 
Go^oscitivo, a, adj. cognosci- 

tive, intelligent. [cible. 

Cognosoivel, adj. 2 g. cognos- 
Cogombro, sm. v. Pepino. 
Cogote, sm. the hinder part of the 

head. 
Coguba, sf. cowl, hood. 
Cogulado, a,jp/>. adj. heaped up. 
Cogular, va. to heap up. 
Cogulo, sm. the o ver measure of 

corn. 
Cogumelo, sm. a mushroom. — 

grande^ toad-stool, jews-ear, etc. 
Cohabitação, sf. cohabitation. 
Cohabitado, a, pp. adj. coha- 

bited. [bitant. 

Cohabitador, a, sm. or f. coha- 
Gohabitar, vn. to cohabit, to 

dwell together. 
Coherdeira, sf. coheiress. 
Coherdeiro, sm. coheir. 
Coherencia, sf. coherence, cobe- 

rency. [connected. 

Coherente, adj. 2 g. coherent, 
Coherentemente , adv. cohe- 

CoãUÊmOf sf. coliâsioii, coherence. 



CohesiTO, a, adj. cohesive. 
GohibiçSo, sf. the act of cohi< 

biting. 
Cohibido, a, pp. adj. cohibited. 
Cohibir, va. to cohibit, to res- 

train. 
CohobaçSo, sf. cobobation. 
Cohobado, a,pp. adj. cohobated. 
Cobobar, va. (cAem.) to cohobate. 
Gohonestação, sf. the act of co- 

louring or palliating. 
Cohonestado, a. •^. adj. co- 

loured, palliated. 
Gohonestar, va. to colour, to 

palliate, to excuse. 
Cohorte, sf. cohort. 
Coice, sm. kick, spurn, wince. 
Coioeador, sm. and adj. a kick> 

er, he who kicks. 
Coioeira, sf. the socket on which 

a door turns ; hinga. 
Coifa, sf. a cawl for women^B 

heads. 
Co-igual, adj. 2 g. coequal. 
Co-igualdade, sf. coequality. 
Coima, sf. a pecuniary mulct. 
Coimado, a, pp. adj. mulcted. 
Coimar, va. to mulct, to fine. 
Goimavel, adj. 2 g. that may be 

mulcted. 
Coimeiro, a, adj. defensive. 
Coinobar, va. to grunt. 
Coincidência, sf. coincidence. 
Coincidente, adj.ig. coincident, 

coinciding. 
Coincidido, 9., pp. adj. that has 

felt upon the same point. 
Coincidir, vn. to fali in ^ith, to 

coincide. [cation. 

Coindicação, sf. {med.^ coindi- 
Coindicado, a, pp. adj. mdicated 

with another. 
Coindicante, adj. 2 g. coindica* 

ting. 
Coindicar, va. to indicate with 

another. 
Coinquinado, a, pp. adj. coln- 

quinated. 
Coinquinar, va. to coinquinateu. 
Coira, sf. {anc.) a leather jeckSa* 
Goiraça^ sf. cw\x^'&%. 
GoixaoeVco^ sm. «c cv5Àt«a»v«t — 

a, adj. \Yia\.\v«L^ «. cxxvt^asu 



\ 



■»* 



COL 
Coirmão, OalxmX, odj. Primo 

Coiro, sni. hids, 'aHin, leathor. — 
uen^, raw hidi — fífl ttoíca, 
neafB Uather. — ãe boi, bntts. 
Tem -i«™, ifig.) he is in- 

seasible. 

CoíBEi, af. ihing. V. Couto, 

GÕitadamcotB, adv; witli' sÚIíCt 



Coito, sm 
Cola, s/'. 



ÍIO - 



Úaloba, af. c 



Colchete, sr, 
Colohioo, JT 



Col 



collagati 



Colora, i/. oholer, bile, onger, 
CaleFa-merbo, sm. cbolera. cho- 
lera.morbua. [1'urioualj. 
CBloTicamenta, adv. whh ohalsr. 
COIorioo. a, a '-■ -■—'--- 




Colhadeira. i/. a stiuk wWa 
VTth. paimars acrape nn thslj 



ColhodoToe, sm.pt. (a iwíínn) 
the Unes af tbe ahnnda. 

collection' [V. Co/ílfdo. 

CcOhslto, a, pp. adj. áe Colher. 
Calhér.jf.fYcan.- de pedreiro. 

trowel. V. Trolha. 
■Colher, t-fl. 10 gather, to crop, to 

cull, to -niii\, to pliwit. — a* 

cabOt (n «ea temt) lo qnoil & 
CollMradH, sf. n spoonful. fiai-> 



n.nd Tonin. 



ofbird. 
CoUildo, a 
CoUilmeii' 



Collrloa. tf. A 
ColiBaunrColi 
Co^Ua^,/. ^lo«, 



Coliãea, if. toater-aislsr. 
CollBçao, sf. coUation. 
Collaola, lA foster-Bhip. 
CoUacionax, na. to toUate. tf 

CollBça, sm. fuste r-hroâBT. 
Collaâa. »■? ihroai, gorgs, fruilst 
Collado, a, pp. adj. pLusd; 
Collador, sfu. c<illa('jr. advow^eo 
Oollapflo, ini. (raerí.) fcllspsion 
CoUar, 1 ■ ■■-■-- 




«■H 



w 



wmmmmÊ^Êm 



COIi 



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COL 



Gblleoç9o> sf, coUaction, compi- 

lation. 
GoUecta, «/l a gatherinff of char 

rities ; levy of tax ; collect. 
Gollectado, a, pp. adi. collected. 
Gollectaneas, sf. pi. coUection 

of analogous thine^s. 
Gollectaneo, a, aaj. Y. Stauax. 
Cíollectar, va.to gather, to colltect. 
CoUecticio, a, adj. gathered up 

of ali sorts. [tively. 

Gollectivamente , adv. coUec- 
Gollectivo, a, adi. coUective. 
Gollector, sm. collector. 
Gollectoria, sf. V. Recebedoria. 
Gollega, sm. colleague. 
Gollegiado , sf. a collegiate 

church. [coUeçfial. 

Golleglal, adj. 2 g. collegiate, 
Gollegialinente, adv, scholasti- 

cally. [coliege. 

Còllegiatnra, sf. a place in a 
Collegio, sm. college, school, 

hall. 
Golleira, sf. coUar, a dog^s collar. 
Golleirado, a, adj. having a 

collar. 
GoUetado, a, adj. (herald.) that 

has a collar of dinerent enamel 

from that of the escutcheon. 
GoUete, sm, waistcoat without 

sleeves. [against. 

Gollidir, va. to collid, to strike 
GOlligação, $/*. colligation, con- 

federation, leagne. 
GoUtgado, a, pp. adj, confede- 

rate, allied. 
Golligancia; sf. {anat.) iinion, tie. 
GoUigar, va. to colligate, to tie. 

CoUigar-sCy vr. to leagne. 
Golligido, a, or Gollector, a, 

pp. adj. gathered. 
GoUigir, va. to gather, to collect. 

Colligir-se, vr, to be gathered. 
GonifuaçSo, sf. collímation or 

collineation. Linha de — , {astr.) 

the optical axís of the telescope. 
Gollimado, a, j^. adi. aimed. 
GòlUmar, va. to collimate, to 

aim [confining. 

GoUixnitado, a, adj. bordered up, 
Oomna^ sf. Mil, hillock. G^kar 

a — , to scamper awaj. 
GomnoBo, a, adj. hill/. 



Golliqnação, sf. (med.) coD^tta- 

tion, dangerous flux. 
Golliq|tzativo,a, adj. colliquatly«. 
Gollisão, sf. coUision. 
Gollitlgado, a, pp. adj. litigated. 
Gollitiganté, adj. 2 g. and s, 

contender, contending. 
Gollitigar, vn, to litigate '^th 

another. 
Gollo,«m. lap, neck. Ter o menino 

no — , to hold a child upon one's 

lap. Tomai o menino ao — , take 

the child in your arms. — da 

mãOf the "wrist. C(q)a em — , a 

yagabond. 
GoUooação, sf. collocation. 
Gollocado, a, pp. adj. collocsted, 

placed. 
GòUocar , va. to set in place , to 

collocate, to place. 
GoUonho, a, adj. (anc.) that is 

carried in the shoulders, in the 

head. [satioa. 

Golloquio, sm. colloquy, conver- 
Golludente, adj. 2 g. that has 

part in a coUusion. 
Golludir, vn. (m law) to coUnde. 
ColltiB9o, sf. collusion, under- 

standing. 
CollusÍTo, a, adj. collusive. 
CollUBoriamente, adv. collusive- 

ly. [lusire. 

Collusorto^ a, adj. coUuaory, col- 
GoUuTião, sf. inundation. 
Goll3rrio, sm.collyrium, eye-salve 
Collytico, a, adj. agglutinativo. 
Gòlxnado, a, pp. adj. thatched. 
Gòlmar; va. to thatch; to heap, 

to fill npi 
Colmeal, sm. a stock of bees, a 

quantity of bee-hives. RJees. 
Gobneeiro, sm. he that keeps 
Gobnela, sf a bee-hive. 
GoUneiro, a, adj. that is like 

thatch. — , sm. a thatchcr. 
Golmillios, sm. pi. tusks of an 

animal. 
Golmilhoso, a or Golmilbado, 

a, adj. tusky 
Golmo, sm. stem, stalk or straw 

of com. Casa coberta de — , a 

house covered with thatch. 

sleeves. 



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Golobrete, sm. an old machine of 

war. 
Golocasia, sf. the Egyptian bean. 
Golocynthida, sf. coloquintid. 
Colombaoeo, a, adj. or or per- 

taining to a pigeon. 
Golomim or Gurumim, sm. a 

boy (in Brazil). 
Golon, sm. {anat.) cólon; — 

{oram.) cólon, two çoints ( : ). 
Golondro, sm. a kind of long 

gourd. 
Golonia, sf. colony, plantation. 
CSolonial, adj. t g. colonial. 
Golonisação, sf. colonization. 
Golonisado, a, pp. adj. colonized. 
Golono, sm. a colonist, a hus- 

bandman or farmer : planter. 
Golophonia, sf. colophonia ; 

pitch, rosin. 
Goloquintida, sf. coloquintida, 

bitter-apple. 
Golor, sm. a gold coin of Ásia ; 

{anc.) V. Pretexto. 
Golor adamente, adv. speciously. 
Golorado, a, pp. adj. coloured, 

palliatcd. 
Golorante, adj. 2 g. colouring. 
Golorar, va. to colour, to dye; 

ifig.) to palliate. V. Corar. 
Goloreado, a, adj. coloured. 
Golorear, va. to colour, to dye. 
Golorido, a, pp. adj. coloured. 
Golorido, sm. {paint.) colouring, 

colorisation. 
Golorifico, a, adj. coloriâc. 
Golorir, va. to colour. [ration. 
Golorisação»5/lcolorisation, colo- 
Golorista, sm. colourist. Bom — , 

a painter skilled in the right 

use of colours. [colossal. 

Golossal, adj. 2 g. colossean, 
Golosso, sm. colossus, colosse. 
Golostro, sm. {jned.) colostrum, 

biestings. 
Golubrina, sf. a culverin. 
Golumbino, a, adj. of or belong- 

ing to pigeons. 
Golumbrino, a, adj. of orbelong- 

ing to a snake. 
Golumella, sf. columella, an 

inflammation of the uvula. 
Golumellado, a, adj. that has a 

Golumella. 



Golumna, sf. column,pillar ; ijig.) 
pillar, supporter. [columns. 

Golumnar, adj. 2 g. formed in 

Goluxnnario, a, adj, that has 
columns 

Goluxnnata, sf colonnade. 

Golurno, sm. a dwarf-hazel. 

Coluro, sm. {astr.) colure. 

Golutea, sf. colutea, the bastard 
senna. 

Golza, s. colewort. Azeite de — , 
coleseed oil. 

Gom, prep. with. -r prudência^ 
prudentfjr. — facilidade, easily. 
— tudo wío, not-withstanding, 
nevertheless. 

Goma, sf. the mane of a horse or 
lion. A — de um capacete^ the 
horse-tail of a helmet. — {orthJ) 
little-pause. — {music.) thenintn 
part of a tone. — {med.) a sort 
of lethargy. — {astr.) Berenice^s 
hair. 

Gomado, a, atfj. that has a mane. 

Gomadre, sf. godmother, gossip ; 
a midwife. 

Gomante, adj. Y. Cornado. 

Comarca, sf. distríct, hundred or 
part of a shire. [upon. 

Comarcante, adj. 2 f/. bordering^ 

Comarcão, ã. adj. circumjacent, 
neighbouring, bordering upon. 

Comarcar, va. V. Confinar. 

Gomari, adj. Pimenta — , little 
p»pper of Brsizil. 

Gomato, a, adj, -with a large wig 
or long hair. 

Comatoso, a, adj. {med.) coma- 
tose, lethargic. [sick, sickly. 

Combalido, a, pp. adj. that is 

ComJsalir, va. to impair, to wea- 
ken,to fali sick. [or feeble. 

Combalir-se, vr. to grow weak 

Combate, sm. combat, flght, 
battle, action. Estar fora do — , 
to be disabled. Strife, struggle; 
warring. 

Combatedor, sm. combatant. 

Combatente, sm. combatant, 
contending, antagonist, Cham- 
pion. 

Combater, va. or vn. to iight, to 
combat. — corpo a corpo^ to âffht 
man to man. — as suaspaiwSeSf 



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COM 



{fig.) to oppose, to strive against 

one's own passions. Comôaíer-w, 

vr. — com alguém^ to fight a duel. 
Combatido, a, pp. adj. combated. 
Gombativel, adj, 2 g. that may 

be fought. 
Combinação, sf. combiuation, 

association, league. 
Combinado, a,pp. adi. combined. 
Combinador, sm. skilled in com- 

bination. [together. 

Combinar, ua. to combine, to joín 
Combinatório, a, adi. combi- 

nable. Arte — , [musS) doctrine 

of combination. 
Combinavel, adj. 2 g. combi- 

nable, tbat may be combined. 
Comborça, sf. a mistress kept 

by a married man. 
Comborço, sm. a man that has a 

married woman for concubine. 
Comboyado, 9L,pp. adj. convoy ed. 
Comboyar, va. to convoy, to 

escort. [convoy. 

Comboyeiro, sm. the chief of a 
Comboyo, sm. convoy. 
Combreto, sm. a kindofshrub. 
Comburente, adj. 2 g. that has 

the property of burnin^. 
Combustão, sf. combustion, con- 

flagration,burning ; (/¥^.)áame, 

commotion. 
Combustivel, adj. 2 g. com- 

bustible. 
Combustibilidade, sf. combusti- 

bleness. 
Combosto, a, adj. {astr.) it is said 

of a planet that is not above 

eight degrees thirty minutes 

distant from the sun. 
Comcausa, sf. a concomitant 

cause. 
Começado, a, pp. adj. begun. 
Começador, sm. he who begins. 
Começar, va. or vn. to begin, to 

commence. — por onde se deve 

acabar, to fly an eel at the tail. 

Começar-se, vr. to take rise. 
Começo, sm. beginning. 
Comedeiro, a, adi. that eats. 
Comedia, sf. Y. Alimento. 
Comedia, sf. comedy, play ; thea- 

tro. Quereis vir á— ? wiíl you go 

to the theatre? 



Comediante, sm. or f. player, 

actor or actress, comedian. 
Comedidamente, adv. modestly, 

moderately. [derate. 

Comedido, a, adj. modest, mo- 
Comedimento, sm. modesty, mo- 

deration. ["writes coraedies. 

Comediographo, sm. he vfho 
Comedir, va. to measure, to 

compute. Comedir-se , vr. to 

behave modestly. 
Comedoiro, sm. the drawer of a 

bird cage. [eater. 

Comedor, a, sm. or f. a great 

eater. 
Comedorias, sf. pi. meat and 

drink allowed to one of the 

king's offíce. [mean time. 

Comenos, sm. N'esíe — , in the 
Comer, va. to eat, to meat, to 

feed ; to spend, to waste. ScUa 

de — , a dming-room. — com os 

olhos, {fig.) to covet, to look 

^eedijy on a thing. — , vn. to 

itch. Comer-se, vr. to be eaten. 
Comer, sm. food, eating.victuals. 

Comeres, sm. pi. the meais, re- 

pasts, dishes. 
Comestivel, adi. 2 g. eatable. — , 

sm. victuals, íood. 
Cometa, sf. comet, blazing star. 

— de cauda comprida, a tailed 

comet. [to a comet. 

Cometario,a, ad/.of orpertaining 
Comezana, sf. a great banquet 

or feast. [to comprehend. 

Comezinho, a, aaj. eatable ; easy 
Comicamente, adv, comically, 

humorously. 
Comichão, sf. itching. 
Comicboso, a, adj. humoroos, 

peevish, morose. 
Comicial, adj. 2 g. comitial. 
Comicios, sm. pi. comitia. 
Cómico, a, adj. comical, comic. 

— , sm. or f. a comedian. 
Comida, sf. eating, meai, repast. 
Comido, a, pp. adj. eaten. 
Comigo. V. Commigo. [glutton. 
Comilão, sm. a great eater, a 
Comilona or Comiloa, sf a 

gluttonous woman. 
Comlnge, sm, a m.Qi:^<ox <a»l\^ V2»x V^ 



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Cominlifliro, a, snt^ or /. a man 

or a ^oman that sells cummin- 

seed. 
Cominhos, sm.pl. cummm-seed. 
Comitiva, sf. train of attendants, 

attendance, retinne. 
Comitre, «m. boatswain. 
Comina, sm. {mits.) comma, the 

smallest of ali the seasibú- in- 

tervals of tone. [manded. 

Commandado, a, ppK adj. com- 
Coroman damento , sm, the act 

of coramanding. 
Commandante, sm. comman- 

dant, commander. 
Commandar, va. to command, 

to order, to govern. [pany. 

Comnutiidita, sf. a stock com- 
Gommando, sm. command. 
Goaotmiemoração, sf. comraemo- 

ration. [memorated. 

Gommemoradov a, pp. adj. com- 
Commemorar, va. to commemo- 

rate. [memorative. 

OcanTraemorativo, a, adj. com- 
GomznemoravcA, adj. 2 g. com- 

memorable. 
Commenda, sf. commander j 
Commendação, sf. V. Becom- 

mendação. [dery. 

Commendadeivaf, sf. commau- 
Commendador, sm. cQmmander; 

comraendatory. 
Commendadoria^ sf. comman- 

dery, the office of commenda- 

tory. [commendatory. 

Commendatarla, sf. liie ofâoe of 
Commendatario, sm. commen^ 

darory. Abbade — , an abbot in 

comniendam. 
Commendatoria, adj. Cartw — , 

a letter of commendation. 
Commensal, sm. commensal, 

messmate, boarder. [sality. 

CommensaUdade, sf. commen- 
CommensurabiMdade , sf. 

(geom.) commensurability; com- 

mensurableness. 
Commensura^^ão, sf. {geom.) 

commensuration ; proportion. 
CoxnmeiMarado,a, pp. adj. com- 

mensurated. 
Commenaorar, va. to commen- 

surate, to proportion. 



Gomaaiensiiravel , adj. i g. 
(geom.) commensurablo-. 

Commeatado:, a, pp. cuij. ex- 
pounded. commented. [tor. 

Commentador, sm. commenta- 

Commentante, adj. 2 g. that 
commenta. [comment. 

Commentar, va. to expound, to 

Commentario, sm. commentary. 

Commeiatício, a, adj. Y. Fingido. 

Commento, sm. comment, ex- 
planation. 

Commerciado, Si,pp. adj. tnuded. 

Commerctal, adj. 2 ^.'commer- 
cial. [trader. 

Commerciante, sm. a merohaat, 

Commerciar, vn. to trade, to 
traffic, to commerce. [tiabl«. 

Commerciavel, adj. 2 g. nego- 

Commercio-v^m. commei>ce, trade, 
traífic ; correspondence ; ao- 
quaintance. Ter — com ttma 
mulher, to have an intrigue with 
a woman. [emçloyer. 

Comxnettente, srn. constitneQt, 

Commetter, va. to commit, to 
perpetrate ; to appoint, to dele- 
gate, to constitute; to endea- 
vour, to enterprise. Commetter- 
se, vr. to be committed. 

Commettido, a, pp. adj. com- 
mitted, perpetrated. [crime. 

Coxnmettimento, sm. fault, 

Commigo, adv. with me. 

Comminação, sf commination, 
thrcatening. [ened. 

Comminado, a, pp adj. threat- 

Comxninadòr, a, adj. {in la.w) 
comminatory. »— , sm. a threat- 
ener. [menace. 

Comxalnar. 'va. to threaten, to 

Comminativo, a, adj menacing, 
that threatens. 

Comminatovio, a, adj. {in law) 
comminatory. [to ^rind. 

Comminxxir; va. to commmute, 

Conu3adsc>ração> sf. coromisera- 
tion , pity . [serated. 

Commisei^ado, SL,pp . adj. commi- 

Commiserador, sm. commiser»- 
tor. [sivo. 

ComxoiBerante', sm. V. Compor 

Comnxiserar-se, vr. to comsaíse- 
rate, to pity. 



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Ctommissão , sf. commission ; 

mandate; "warrant; committee. 

Vencer por— ^ to sell for another. 
Goixuniasairaria,^^ commisfiary- 

ship. 
Conumssarisido or Conrnriftsa- 

sariato, sm. commissariat. 
Ckxauuissario, sm. a-commissioií- 

er, commissary. — de guerra^ 

musteivmaster. — de artílhericu, 

commissary of artillery. — geral 

de oavalUiria, mnster-master 

general. 
Go«ii)aissionado,.a,sm.Qr f.com- 

missioner, one who has :a com- 
mission. 
Gommisso, sm. forfeit or ifine. 
GoDxmissorio, a, adj. {in law) 

binding clause. [sure. 

Gommissura. sf. {anat.) oommis- 
ConuBsistão, sf. commixtion. 
Gomsnistiirado, a, adj. com- 

mixed. [tente. 

Gaxomittente, sm. Y. Commet- 
Coxnmoção , sf. commotion , 

trouble. [commode. 

Gominoda, sf. a set of drawers, 
Gommodamente, adv. commo- 

diously, easily. [dato 

CUmimodiante, sm. Y. Commo- 
Gommodatario, a, sm, or /. he 

or she who has borrowed so- 

mething tbat is to be retumed 

in kind. 
Gominodato, sm. {in law) the 

thing that is lent or borrowed 

to be retumed iniand. 
Goxnmodidade, sf. opportnnity, 

convenience, accommodation. 
Comxttodo, a, adj. commodious, 

eonvenient; rich^ afpreeable, 

easy. 
Goxnixiodo, sm. leisnre; advan- 

tage, gain, beneiit. 
Gcmunoriente, ad^. 1 g. oommo- 

rient, dying at the same time. 
Gonunover, va. to mova, to oom- 

move, to affect , to cause trouble, 

to agitate. Commover^e^ vr. to 

be commoved. 
QoBQumovido, a, pp. aáj. mored, 

adEQicted. 
^omBOLua, sf. water-closetj^irivy. 



general ; «suai, frequent ; plen- 
tiful; rife; vulgar, ordinary, tri- 
vial. O — . the generality, the 
gveatest part. 

Goxnmuininente, adv. commonly , 
generally. [universal. 

Canmcraaal, adj. 2 g. common, 

Comxnunalznente , adv. com- 
monly. 

Gomxnuneiro, sm. commoner. 

Coxmnungado, a, pp. adj. com- 
municated. 

Goxnmungante, adj. 2 g. that 
communicates. — ,sm. or /. he or 
she that receives tbe blessed 
sacrament. 

Goxxuxiungar, va. to administer 
the communion. — . vn. to com- 
municate 

Coxnmungatorio, sm. the com- 
munion-table. [municability. 

GommunicaibiUdflde, sf. com- 

GomzaunicaçSo, s/l^communica- 
tion , intercourse ; fellowship , 
uiúon in faith. [municated, 

Conunnnioado, a, j^. adj. com- 

Gozaxnunicador, a, sm. or f. he 
or she who communicates. 

Communicar, va. to communi- 
cate, to impart, to ahare; to 
show, to reveal ; to converse. 
— .un.tokeep a correspondence 
with. Communicar-se, vr. to be 
communicative, affable. 

CommunicAtivo, a, adj commu- 
nicative. [nicable. 

Comxnunicavi^ adj. 2 g. commu- 

.Gommnnidade, sf. community, 
commonalty; oorporation. 

Gomanunismo, sm. eommunism. 

Qonununista, am. communist. 

Comxnutação, sf. commutation, 
change. 

Gonunutada, a, pp- adj com- 
muted, exchangeâ. [mutes. 

ComooLatadm*, «m. h« who com- 

Xtomãsuatar, va. iõ commute or 
change. [tative. 

Goaaaaautativo, a, adj. commu- 

Gomniutav»!, adj, 3, g. commu- 
table. 

.GtanOi adv, as, Uke, when ; while, 
After vtúmofit. Como isêo., so ao. 



íonipm-loii, joilino»- howhehas 
itiflEO. — tl>iiv- gue í^a.iiovevcr 

tem publjort, 03 hfl afaajsloTed 

Compaoldada, 3f. deniily, (iom- 

CompactD. a. ndj. cnmpnc^t. 
Compadecedar. a, adj. Ibat has 

Comc^deosr, «n. lo admit of. to 



Compadecido, a, pp. adj. • 



. pompBtornity. 



Compadre, i 



Compaginar 
Compaixão, 



Work toffether; ccpmpany.aailo, 
Gompanhar, va. V- Ãcompanfiar 



panhelro, iin, a compai 
"inhla, xf. oompany, fe 

'oaipnny y [mil,) 



esUlillsh a compsny QípftMiiar- 

ahip, (tuoe corroIslLre. 

Compar.a-íj.ííT. (mi ) Tom—,í 

Comparação , sf, qorapnrLson , 

Comparada. a,^p. ailj. coiiipiíTeã, 

Comparador, um, (pAjt. ) a boM 

□r instrunient for camparing 

Comparar, no. iq compare, to 



Comparável, aaj 

Comparecanaia, 
OompareoentSi si 



Comparecido, a, p 
Compareolmento, 1 



/. lÍK imo) 
adj. ap. 






CompBBaado, a, 
CÕmpassagelro. s 



CompaBBlTomente, 
-Compasairel. adj. < 



meuiure wlth 



"ooipaoy. í-ta-mar um. 



impasston- 
. compaa- 



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Compatibilidade, s/'. compatibil- 

ity. 
Gompativel, adj.lg. compatible. 
Compatriota, «m. or f. com- 

patriot, countryman. 
Compeçar, va. V. Começar. 
CompeUido, a, pp. adj. com> 

pelled, forced. 
CompeÚir, "a. to compel, to force. 
Compendiado, a, pp. adj, abrid- 

ged, epitomized. 
Compendiador, sm. abbreviator, 

abridger. 
Compendiar, va. to compen- 

diate, to abridge, to abbreviate. 
Compendlario , a, adj. con- 

tracted. [abridgment. 

Compendio , sm. compendium , 
Compendiosamente, adv, brief- 

ly, compendiously. 
Compendioso, a, adj. compen- 

dious, brief, abridged. 
Compensação, sf. compensatioo, 

equivalent, reparation. 
Compensado, a, pp. adj. com- 

pensated. 
Compensador, sm. and adj. 

compensator, one who compen- 

sates; compensative. 
Compensar, va. to compensate. 
Compensativo, a, adj. compen- 
sative, compensatory. 
Compensável, adj. 2 g. com- 

pensable. 
Competência, sf. competition, 

emulation, contest; (in lato) 

competency. 
Competente, adj.ig. competent, 

sufíicient; suitable. 
Competentemente, adv. com- 

petently, properly. 
Competição , sf. competition, 

emulation. 
Competido, a, jDp. adj. contested. 
Competidor, a, sm. or /. com- 

petitor, rival. 
Competimento, sm. competition. 
Competir, vn. to contest, to 

strive, to emulate; to belong. 
Compilação, sf. compilation. 
Compilado, a, ji^. at^'. compiled. 
CompUBdor^ sm. a compiler, 
CompOar, va, to oompile, to 



Complacência, sf. complaisance, 

compliance. 
Complacente, adj. 2 g. com- 

plaisant, affable, obliging. 
Gomplectamente, adv. v. Jurt- 

tamente. 
Complectoria, sf. completory. 
Compleição , sf. constitution ; 

complexion, disposition. 
Gompleicionado. a, adj. consti- 

tuted, constitutioned. 
Compleioional, adj. 2 g. of of 

belonging to the complexion. 
Complementar, adj. 2 g. belong- 
ing to the complement. 
Complementario, a, adj. com- 

plementary. 
Complemento, sm. complement, 

accomplishment ; (/brí.) {geog.) 

{gram.) complement. 
Completado, a, pp. adj. com- 

pleted, íinished. [ly. 

Completamente, adv. complete- 
Completar, va. to complete, to 

ânish, to accomplish. 
Completas, sf. pi. oompline. 
Completivo, a, adi. completivo. 
Completo, a, adj. complete, 

finished, perfect. 
Gomplezioade, sf. complexity, 

complexness. 
Complexo, a, adj. complex, com- 

posite. — sm. space, capacity ; 

compass. 
Complicação, sf. complication. 
Complicadamente, adv. com- 

plicately, confusedly. 
Complicado, a, pp. adj. compli- 

cated, confused. 
Complicar, va. to complicate, to 

confuse, to mix. Complicca^-se^ 

vr. to become complicated. 
Complico, adj. ana s. 2 g. com- 
plico, accomplice; instrumental. 
Compliciado, a, pp. adj. made 

coraplice. 
Compliciar, va. to make accom« 

plice. Compliciar-se, vr. to be 

complice or accomnUc«i. 
Gomplioidade, «f . ^^ ^iç^Tl% «»». 

accomplice. 
GompoedoT, «m. N. Ccmposxtwp- 
Comi^iiedoc, sm. VF^nU^ ^ «««^ 

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Gompon^ate, adj, % g, compo- 

nent, that composes. 
Compor, va. to corapose, towrite; 

to complicate, to entángle, to 

set to music; {prini.) to com- 

pose ; to set in order. — wn. to 

corapound, to adjust. Compâryae^ 

vr. — com seus inimigos^ to be 

reconciled with one's enemies. 
. — com os credores, to compound 

with one's creditors. 
Clomporta, sf. a flood-^te, a 

dam. 
Comportado, a, pp adj, suffered. 
Comportamento, sm. conduct, 

behaviour. 
Comportar, va.Xo bear, to suffer^ 

to permit, to allov. Comportar- 

se, vr. to behave one's self. — 

mal, to misbehave. 
Comportável, adJ. 2 ar. tolerable, 

that cau be suf^red. 
Composição , sf. composition , 

arran^ement, ag^eement; con- 

struction; (print] composition. 

Entrar em — , to compound. 
Compósita, adj. f. (areh.) Ordem 

— , the coraposite order. 
Compositor, sm. composer, wri- 

ter, author ; (print.) oompesitor. 
Compostamente, ado. compo- 

sedly, modestly. 
Composto, a, pp. adj. coraposed, 

compósita, written. Homem — , a 

sober and modest man. 
Composto, sm. compoaition, com- 
pound, mixture. 
Compostura, sf. deoenc^, mo- 

desty; {mus.) counter-pomt. 
Compota, sf, stewed-fruit. 
Compoteira, sf, a 8tewed-<frmt 

dish. 
Compra, sf. purchase, bayin^, 

purchasing. 
Compradiço, a, ai.j. that may 

be bought; venal, mercenary. 
Comprado, a, pp. adj. bought, 

purchased. 
Comprador, a, sm. or f. buyer, 

purchaser ; caterer or purveyor. 
Comprar, va. to buy, to pur- 

chase. — cartas, (gome) to take 

cards; (/Sa,) to pj^y âear for a 
thing. 



Compravel, adj. 2 g. that may be 

bought. 
Gomprazedor, a, sm. or f, a 

complaisant man or woman. 
Comprazer, va. to please, to 

comply with, to humour. Com- 

prazer-se, vr. to delight. 
Comprazido, a, pp. adj. pleased 

with. [sance. 

Comprazimento, sm. complai- 
Compreliender, va. to compre- 

hend, to understand; to include, 

to comprise, to contain. Com- 

prekenaer-sey vr, to be compre- 

nended. 
Gomprehendido , a, pp. adj, 

comprehended ; understood. 
Compreensão, sf. comprehen 

sion, nnderstanding. 
Gomprehensibilidade, sf. com- 

prehensibility, comprehensible- 

ness. [hension. 

Comprehensiva, sf. compre- 
Compreliensivamente , adv. 

comprehensively. 
Comprehensiveí. adj. 2 g. com- 

prehensible, intelligible. 
Gomprehensivo, a, adj. com- 

prenensive ; compendious. 
Comprc^ensor , a, adj, that 

comprehends. 
Comprehenaores , sm. pi. the 

blessed in heaven. 
Gompreição, sf. V. Compleição, 
Compressa, sf. {surg.) compress, 

pledget. 
Compressão , sf. compression , 

compressure, condensation. 
Compressibilidade, sf. com- 

pressibility. 
Compressível, adj. 2 g. com- 

pressible. 
Compressivo, a, adj. compres- 

sive. 
Compresso, a, pp. adj. preased. 
Compressor, sm. a person or 

thing that compressos. 
Gompridamente, adv. lengthily. 
Gompridão, sf. length. 
Comprido, a, adj. long, lengthy; 

large. 
Compridciro, a, adj. neoessarv. 
Gomprimentada, a, pp, aJ^- 
\ com'g^xcDAí]Lt.ed. 



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Gomprimentar, va. to eempli- 

ment, to coagraiulitteu 
Comprimeoite , adj. 2 g. that 

presses. [pliiisenter. 

Comprixnaiti^bro, a, adj. com- 
Gomprimento, sm. lenjgtk. 
Goxnprixnido, a, pp. adj. pressed, 

thrast close. 
Comprimir, va. to presa, to 

compreas , to thrust ; (fig.) to ap- 

pease, to repress, to ke^ under. 
Gomprir, va. V. Cumprir and 

derivaXed. 
Gomprometter, va. to coanpro- 

mit, to compromiae, to axpose. 

Cwnprometter-se^ vr. to expose 

oae^s self, to c(»nproinifie. 
Gomproa&ettido , a, pp. adj. 

compromised. 
Gonqaromfifcfcimento, sm. the aet 

of compromising one*8 self. 
Gompromissario, a, adj. and s. 

compromitsorUJ, arbitrator. 
GorapromiiHio. sm. compromise ; 

arbitration. 
GcNDiíromisaorio, a, adj. Hiat 

contains a compromise. 
Oomporotector, sm. joánt pro- 
tector. 
Gomwova^U), sf^ confirmatioo. 

V. Prooa. 
GomproTado, a^pp. adj. proved, 

coníiisned. 
GomproTador, a, sm. or f. he 

-Úiat conânns or proves. 
Gomprorante, adj. 2 g. that 

conânns. 
ComprofttT, «a. to prove, to 

confim. Comprooar-se t vr. to 

Tecei ve confirroation. 
Gomprovindal or Gomprovin- 

olaíiio, a, adj. comprovinciaL 
Gomptabilidade, sf. accounts. 

Esariptorio de — -, counting- 

house. [mined. 

Gompulaado, a, pp. adj. eza- 
Gompiílflnrtor, a, sm.otf. he or 

«he 'tiaà eKamines. 
Gomiraílifio, sf compulsion, oom- 

pttmnc. 
Gompraar, va. to examine, to 

eoaipcl A Tegister ; toexaoBáne. 
«/«a subpona^ a 



Gompulsorio, a, adj. oon^ul- 
sory. Carta —a, a subpcena. 

Gompunção , sf. compunction , 
repentance, contrition. 

GomLpungido,a, or Gomponcto, 
a, pp. adj. penitent, repented. 

GompuBgixnento, sm. compunc- 
tion. [âuence ; to move. 

Gompungir, va. to affect, to in- 

GompungitiTO, a, adj. compunc- 
tive. 

Gompvrjjar, va. to justify anj 
man's innooence by the testi- 
moiBy of another. 

Gompu tacão, sf. computation, 
calculation. [puted. 

Computado, a, pp. adj. com- 

ComiHitador, sm. compuler. 

Computar, va. to compute, to 
calculate. [culator. 

Computistaf sm. computer, cal- 

Computo, sm. computation, cal- 
culation. [beit. 

G<»nquanto, eonj. although, al- 

Comaigo, adv. with himself. 

Comtigo^ adv. witíi thee. 

Comum, adj. V. Commum and 
derivated. 

ComvQBOO, adv. wiih you. 

Gonato, sm. endeavour, tenta- 
tiva 

Coiusa, sf. quoit ; a kind of game 
vitíi a stone or piece of brick 
which is thrown at mark. 

GonoaftenaçdiO, sf. concatena- 
tion. 

Concateiiado, a, adj. concate- 
nated. [to bind. 

Concatenar, va. to concatenate, 

Conoansa* sf. a thing that con- 
curs or runs together with 
another. 

GonoaTar, va. tQ dig together 
-with another. [caveness. 

Concavidade, sf. concavity, eon- 

Goncavo, a, adj. concave, hollow. 
— metaly {poet.) a cannon. 

ConcaTO-conoavo, a, adj. con- 
cavo-eoncave. 

GoDcavc^ooBTexo, a, adj. con- 
oavo-eonvex. 

Conceber, va. and n. to conceive^ 
to breed, (Jl0.\ \o xja^vníwsÀ., 
to peTcew©,\o tfeucevq* .,Vi«v- 



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press. — esperanças, to enter- 

tain hopes. 
Conoehiao.a, pp. adj. conceived; 

imagined, perceived. 
Concebixnento, sm. conception. 
Concedente, adj.lg. that aílows. 
Conceder, va. to grant, to allow, 

to permit. [cession. 

Concedidamente, adv. hy con- 
Concedido, a, pp. adj. granted, 

permitted. 
Concedimento, sm. concession. 
Concedivel, adj. V. Concessivel. 
Conceição, sf. conception, breed- 



mg. 



Conceiteado, a, pp. adj. ex- 
pressed elegantly. 

Conceitear, vn. to express ele- 
gantly. 

Conceito, sm. conceit, opinion, 
thought; fame, credit. 

Conceituado, a, pp. adj. judged, 
esteeraed. 

Conceituar, va. to express ele- 
gantly, to judge, to esteem. 

Conceituosamente, adv. inge> 
niously, wittily. 

Conceituoso, a, adj. ingenious, 
witty. [concelebring. 

Concelebração, sf. the act of 

Concelebrado, a, pp, adi. ceie- 
brated jointly. Mointly. 

Concelebrar, va. to concelebrate 

Concelheiro, a, adj. of or be- 
longing to the municipality. 

Concelho, sm. municipality. Pa- 
ços do — , a town-house. 

Concento, sm. consonance, har- 
mony. [tion. 

Concentração, sf. concentra- 

Concentrado, a, pp. adj. con- 
centred, concentrated. 

Concentrar, va. to concentre or 
concentrate ; {fig.) to fix. Con- 
centrar-se, vr. to concentre. 

Concêntrico, a, adj. concentric, 
concentrical. 

Concepção, sf. conception. 

Concepcionario, sm. a defender 
of the immaculate conception. 

Conceptivel, adj. 2 g. concep- 

tible, conceivable. 
Concernente, adj. 2 g, con- 

ceraiDg, touching. 



Concernir, vn. to concern. 

Concertadamente, adv. conve* 
niently, with prudence. 

Concertado, a, j^p. adj. disposed, 
ordered, put in order. 

Concertador , sm. mender , 
patcher. 

Concertante, adj. 2 g. {mus.) 
Symphonia — , a 8;^mphony in 
Vhich two or more instrumenta 
perform the principal parta. 

Concertante, sm. a striver with 
a rival ; performer in a concert. 

Concertar, va. to dispose, to 
order ; to repair, mend, adjust. 
Concertar-se, vr. — com a parie^ 
to compound with the plaintiff. 
— no preço, to agree in the 
price. 

Concerto, sm. disposition, order, 
discipline; {mus.) concert, a 
concerto. Repair; agreement, 
composition ; mending. De cofi- 
certo, adv. by mutucu consent. 

Concessão, sf. concession. 

Concessionário, sm. concesdon- 
ary, grantee. 

Concessivel, adj. 2 g. that may 
be granted (privilege, etc). 

Concesso, a, adj. concession. 

Concessor, a, s. Y. Outorgante, 

Concha, sf. shell. — de atafona, 
the lower mill-stone of a horse- 
mill. Metter-se nas — «, {fíg.) to 
be silent ; {print.) a wrong let- 
ter) Conchas do gurupés, {a sea 
term) the saddle of bowsprit. 

Conchacil or Conchaois, sm. a 
criminal jadge (in China). 

Conchado, a, adj. shelled, shelly. 

Concharia, sf. snells. 

Conchavado, a, pp. adj. united, 
joined. 

Conchavar, va. to put things of 

the same form and shape and of 

differênt size one within ano- 

ther luch as weights; to con- 

elude, to adjost, to unite any 

matter. [nivance. 

Conchavo, sm. agreement, con- 

Gonòheado, a, adj. shelly. 

Conchear, va. to cover with 

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Conchegar, va, to bring or put 

nearer; to make comiortaole. 

Cottckegar-sey vr. to close, to 

coalesce, to lean, to rest again, 

to come close. 
Conchego, sm. protector ; conve- 

nience, advantage ; comfort , 

a snog, a comfortable place ; a 

complotter. 
CoRchellos» sm. pL {bot,) the 

herb pennj^-wort, penny-grass» 

Venus-navel or ship-wort. 
Concho, a, adj. conndent; vain. 
Conchudo, a, adj. covered with 

shells. [shells. 

Gonchyliario, sm. a coUection of 
Gonohyliíero, a, adj, conchi- 

ferous. 
Conohylio, sm. a sheU-âsh. 
Gonchyliologia , sf. conchylio- 

logv, conchology. 
Conohyliologico, a, adj. concho- 

logical. [logist. 

Gonchyliologista, sm. concho- 
Conch3rte8, sm. pi. {nat. hist.) 

concnites. [citizen. 

Concidadão, S, «m. or /. fellow- 
Conciliábulo, sm. conventkle; 

cabal. 
ConoiliapSo, sf. conciliation. 
Conciliado, a, pp. adj. conci- 

liated, accordea. 
Conciliador, a, sm. or f. conci- 

liator, reconciler. 
Conolliante, adj. 2 g. concilia- 

ting, reconciling. 
Conciliar, va. to reconcile, to 

conciliate, to accord; {/ig.) to 

gain, to procure. 
Concilisur, adj. 2 g. of or belong- 

ing to a council. 
Gonclliario, a, adj. {theol.) of or 

belonging to a council. 
Conciliannente, adv. in coun- 
cil. [conciliatory. 
Conciliativo, a, aeí/.conciliating, 
Conciliatório, a, adj. concilia- 

ting, conciliatory. [lable. 

Conciliável, adj. 2 g. reconci- 
Conoilio, sm. council, assembly. 
Gonoionador, sm. concionator, 

orator. 
Conotonal, adj. % g. belonging 

to the assembly of the people. 



Conoionar, vn. to harangue, to 

make a public speech. 
Conoisamente, adv. concisely, 

succinctly. 
Concisão, sf. concision, brevity. 
Conciso, a, adj. concise, short, 

brief. 
Concitação, sf. concitatlon, a^- 

tation, tumult. 
Concitadamente, a^u .excitedly. 
G<mcitado, a, pp. adj. excited. 
Conoitador, a, sm. or f exciter, 

agitator. [to provoke. 

Concitar, va. to excite, to stir up, 
Conoitativo, a, adj. that excites. 
Conolamação, sf. conclamation. 
Conclave, sm. conclave. 
CondLavista, sm. conclavist. 
Con^udente, adj. 2 g. conclud- 

ing, conclusive. 
Conclndoitemente, adv. con- 

clusively, decisiveljjr. 
Concluído, a, pp. adj. concluded, 

flnished. 
Concluinte or Concluente, adj. 

V. Concludente. 
Concluir, va. to conclude, to 

ânisb ; to infer. Concluir-se, vr. 

to decline, to decay. 
Conclusão, sf. conclusion, deter- 

mination, end. Em — , in short. 
Conclusionista, sm. a respon- 

dent. [final. 

Conclusivo, a," adj. conclusive, 
CSonclusivamente , adv. con- 

clusively, decisively. 
Concluso, a, adj. concluded, 
(&' flnished, settled. 
Conol\isÕÍes, sf.pl. a disputation, 

thesis. Defender — , to be a res- 

pondent. [^estion. 

Concocção, sf. concoction, di- 
Concootivo, a, adj. concoctive, 

digesting. 
Concomitância , l sf. concomi- 

tance, concomitancy. 
Concomitante, adj. 2 g. conco- 

mitant. [corded, agreed. 

Concordado, a, pp. adj. con- 
Concordância, sf. concordance, 

agreement. [dant. 

Concordante, adj. 2 g. concor- 
Conoordar, va to reconcvlô^ \s» 

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adjust. — V7Í. to agres to^benr, 

to concord. 
Concordata, sf. and Conoor- 

dato, S7n. concordate, treaty. 
Concordavel, adj. 2 g. concord- 

able, roconcileable. 
Concorde, adj. 2 g. concordant, 

unanimons. 
Concordemente, adv. concord- 

antly, un.inimously. 
Concórdia, sf. peace, concord. 
Concorrência, sf. concurreaee, 

competition ; concourse. 
Concorrente, adj. 2 g. cóncur- 

rent. — sm, competitor, ríyal. 
Concreação, sf. creation at tiie 

same time. 
Concreado, SL,pp.adJ. ereated at 

the same time. [create. 

Concrear, va. to concreate, to 
Concreção, sf. concratioii, eoa- 

lition. [cible. 

Concrescivel, adj. 2 g. concres- 
Concreto, a, adj. concreto; 

{chem.) concreto, a compoond. 
Concubina, sf. concubine. 
Concubinario , sm. one that 

keeps a concubine. 
Concubinato, sm. concnbinage. 
Concubino, sm. one tíiat is in 

concubinage. [lation. 

Concnbito , sm. coition, eopu> 
Conculcado, a, p/). adj. trampled 

under foot. 
Couculcador. sm. he that tram- 
j)les under foot ; {fig.) despiser. 
Conculcar, va. to trample under 

foot; to contemn. 
Concunhado, a^ sm. or f. the 

brother of a brother-in-lâir 
Concupiscência, sf. concupis- 

cence, lust 
Concupiscente, adj. 2 g. concu- 

piscent, libidinous. [piscible. 
Concupiscivel, adj. 2 g. concu- 
Concurrencia , sf. V. Concor- 
rência and derlvated. 
Goncturso, sm. concurrence, com- 
petition, concourse, confluenee. 
Concussão , sf. concussion , 

shake; extortion, peculation. 
Concussionario . sm. extortion- 

er, depredutor. [predator. 

Gonoussor, sm. extortioner, de- 



Condftdo, sm. county, eartâom. 
Condal, adj. 2 g. of or beloi^ing 

to a count. 
Condão, sm. prerogatire^ privi- 

lege. Varinha <ie — , a magicai 

roa. 
Conde, sm. count, earL 
Gondeçft, sf. a small covered 

"wicRer basket round or oTal. 
Condeeender, vn. V. Ccndei- 

eender. 
Condecoração, sf. badc^. 
Condecorada, a, pp. adj. graced. 
Condecorar, va. to grace,. to 

honour; to decorate. 
GoDdemnaçSo or Condenação, 

êf. condemnation , judgment ; 

penalty, mulct. 
Condemnado, a, pp. adj. con- 

demned, sentenced ; nnílcted, 

íined. 
Condemnador, sm, conãeinaer. 
Ccmdeninamento, sm. condem- 
nation. 
Gondemnar, va. to condemn, to 

cast , to pronounce judg^ent 

against one, to damn; to âne; 

{fíg.) to blame. — um naoio^ {a 

sea term) to condemn a ship as 

unseaworthy. CondemiMr-se^ 9t, 

to condemn one's self. 
Condeninatorio, a, adj» eon- 

demnatory. 
Gondemnavel, adi. 2 g. condem- 

nable, blamable, blam»-'worthy. 
Condensabilldade, sf. {phys.) 

condensability. 
Condensação, sf. condenaation, 

condensitv. 
Condensado, a, j^. adj. coit- 

densated, condensed. 
Condensador, sm. condenser. 
Condensante, adj. 2 g. that con- 
denses. 
Condensar, va. to condensate; 

to condense. Condensar-se^ er. 

to condensate. [sative. 

Gondensativo, a, adj. conden- 
Gondensavel, adj. 2 g. oonâen- 

sable. 
Gondensor, sm. {mech.) conden- 
ser; condensing machine. 
Gondescendencra , sf. condes- 
c6nBi(»i,- condescendence. 



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GondescendeBte, aàj. i g. con- 
descendi ng, compiying. 

Gondesoender, vn. to coodes- 
cend. [descended. 

Condescendido, ft, pp. adj. con- 

Condescendimento, sm. com- 
descension. 

Condessa, sf. a countess. 

Condessillio, sm. Y. Depostío. 

Gondestable, sm. V. Condestavel. 

Condestavel, sm. constable. ~- 
de navio, the chief giumer 
aboard a ship. 

Condição, sf. condition, estate ; 
circumstances; inclination; qna- 
lity, rank. ff ornem íte— , a man of 
quaíity. Clause ; term. Boa — , 
good offer. 

Condicional, adj, i g. condi- 
tional. [tionallv. 

Condicionalmente, adv. condi- 

Condicionar, va. y .Acondicionar. 

Condiçoar, va. V. Convencionar. 

Condignamente, adv, condign- 
ly, deservedly. 

Condignidadd, sf. condignity ; 
merit. [thy. 

Condigno, a, adj. condign, wor- 

Condimento , sm. condiment. 
V. Adubo. 

Gondimentoso, a, adj. that sea- 
sons meat. 

Condir, va. (pharm.) to tie a re- 
medy in a piece of doth in order 
to boil it. 

Condiscipulado, sm. fellowship. 

Condiscípulo , a , «m. cr f. a 
school-fello-w. [svers. 

Condizente, adj. 2 g. that an- 

Gondizer , vn. to answer, to agree. 

Condoer-se, vr. to condole, to 
pity. O que se condoe, condoler. 

Condoído, a, pp. adj. V. Compa- 
decido. 
Condoimento, sm. compassion, 

condolence, pity. 
Condolência , sf. condolence , 

commiseration. 
Gondoma, s. {nat. hist.) a sort of 
antelope. [giveness. 

G<mdonaçSo, sf. pardon, for- 
Gondonado, a, 2^). adj. pardoned, 
forgiven. [give. 

Gonaoonr, va. to pardon, to for- 



Condonatajrio, a, «m. or f. a 

felloir-donee. 
Condor, sm. {nat. hist.) condor. 
Gonduoção, sf. conduction, oob- 

dnctÍBg, carria^e. 
Conducente, adj.ig, condnciTe, 

conducible. 
Conducta, sf. conduct, beha- 

Tiour; the act of eondnoting, 

guide, direction ; conduit» ca- 
nal. — de soldados, lery of sol- 

diers. 
Conductario, sm. he wfao resds 

lectores in a chair of inferior 

note. 
Gonductibilidade, sf. the pro- 

perty of conducting (heat and 

electricity). 
Gonduetivo, a, adj. condacivê, 

having the power of condncing. 
Conducto, sm. conduit, canal for 

the conveyance of water. 
Gondaotor, a, sm. or f. leader, 

gaide, conductor; {phys.) or 

{surg.) conductor. 
Condnplicado, a, adj. (bot.) 

conduplicate. [tion. 

Conduplicação, sf. conduplica- 
Conduto, sm any thing that is 

eaten with bread. [carried. 
Conduzido, a, pp. adj. condacted, 
Conduzir, va. to conduct, to 

carry, to guide, to lead, to carry 

along; to govem, to direct. — 

vn. to conauce, to contribute, 

to avail. Conduzir-se^ vr. to be- 

have. 
Gondylo, sm. {anat.) condylus. 
Condyloide, adj. 1 g. condyloid. 
Condyloma, s. (med.) condyKMba. 
Cone, sm. cone. — truncado^ tnm- 

cated cone. 
Conega, sf. a canoness. 
Cónego, sm. a cânon. 
Conesia, sf. canonry, canonsMp. 
Confabulado, a, pp. adj, confa- 

bulated. 
Confabular, vn. to confaboUnte. 
Confecção, sf. {pharm. ) confec- 

tion, electoary; execation of 

anv thing. [of dmgps. 

Conleccionado, a, pp. adj. nade 
Confeccionar, va. {pharm.) to 
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Gonfecto, a, adj. spent, wasted. 

Confederação, sf. confederation, 
confederacy. [derated. 

Confederado, a, pp. adj, confe- 

Confederador, sm. confederator. 

Confederar, oa. to confederate. 
Confederar-sey vr, to confede- 
rate. [rative. 

Confederatlvo, a, adj, confede- 

Gonfeição, sf. confection, com- 
position. [mixed, 

Gonfeiçoado, a, pp. adj. made; 

Gonfeiçoar, va. to make a con- 
fection; to mix. 

Confeitado, a, pp. adj, confected. 

Confeitar, va. to confect, to cora- 
fit. [shop, confectionary. 

Confeitaria, sf. confectioner's 

Confeiteiro, sm. a confectioner. 

Confeito, a, adj. composed, un- 
natural. 

Confeitos, sm. pi. comflts. 

Conferencia , sf. conference ; 
meeting; comparing, coUation 
(books). [fered, compared. 

Conferenciado, a, pp. adj. con- 

Conferenciar, va. to confer, to 
compare ; to hold a conference. 

Conferente, adj. i g. that con- 
fers. [compared. 

Conferido, a, pp. adj. confered. 

Conferir, va. to confer, to com- 
pare, to confront. — vn. to dis- 
course, to consult, to confer. 

Conferva, sf. {bot.) conferva; 
hair-weed. 

Confessado, a, pp. adj con- 
fessed, acknowledged, avowed. 
— sm. a person wno confesses 
his sins to a priest ; penitent. 

Confessador, a, sm, or f. he or 
she that confesses any thing. 

Confessar, va. to confess, to 
acknowledge, to avow; to hear 
the confession of a penitent. 
Confessarse j vr, to confess 



one s sins. 



Confessional, sm. one'whomakes 

a confession of faith. 
Confessionário, sm. confession- 

ãry, penitentiary. 

ConfeaaioniatSL , sm, confes- 
aionist. 

Conieaao, a, adj {in law) that 



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confesses anv thing. — sm. ono 

that has confessed. 
Confessor, sm, confessor; {fig,) 

a martyr. 
Confiadamente, adv. boldbr. 
Confiado, a, pp, adj, connded ; 

bold, coniident; impudent, inso- 

lent. 
Confiança, sf. courage, confi- 

dence, reliance, security; inti- 

macy, familiarity ; boidness, 

impudence, presumption, assu- 

rance. Ter — com alguém^ to be 

familiar ^th one. 
Confiar, va. to entrust, to con- 

flde, to commit to. — vn. to con- 

íide. Confiar-se^ vr. to confíde, 

to trust upon. 
Conficionar, va. Y. Confeiçoar 

and derivated. 
Confidencia, sf. confidence, inti- 

macy, secret. 
Confidencial, adj. 2 g. conâ- 

dential, private. 
Confidencialmente, adv. conâ- 

dentially. 
Confidente, adj. 2 g. that con- 

fides. — sm. a confídent. 
Configuração, sf. configuration, 

figure. [gured. 

Comigurado, a, j^. adj. confi- 
Configurar, va. to conngurate> 

to configure. 
Confim, sm. frontier, border, 

limit, landmark. — adj, 2 g, 

confining. [upon. 

Confinante, adj. 2 g. bordering 
Confinar, vn. to confine, to bor- 
der upon. [gido. 
Confingido, a, pp. adj. V. Fin- 
Confingir, va. V. Fingir. 
Confinidade, sf. confinity, near- 

ness. 
Confins, sm. pi. confines, com- 

mon boundary, limits, borders. 
Confirmação, sf. confirmation ; 

ratification. [certainly. 

Confirmadamente, adv. surely. 
Confirmado, a, pp. adj. con- 

firmed, ratified. [firmer. 

Confirmador, a, sm. or f. con« 
Goniirmante, adj. 2 g. that con- 
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tify ; to settle, to consolidate , 

{theol.) to coniirm. Confirmar-sey 

vr. to confíriu one^s self. 
Confirmativo, a, adj. conârma- 

tonr, confirmative. 
Gonunnatorio, a, adj. conflr- 

mative. 
Confiscação, sf, conâscation. 
Confiscado, a, pp. adj. confis- 

cated, forfeited. 
Confiscar, va. to conâscate. 
Confiscavel, adj.tg. conâscable. 
Confisco, sm. conâscation. 
Confissão, sf. confession, ack- 

nowledgraent, avowal. 
ConUta, sf. A certa— ^ that comes 

in the nick of time. 
Gonfitente, adj. 2 g. V. Confesso. 
Conflagração, sf. conflagration. 
Conflloto, sm. conflict, collision ; 

dispute, altercation. 
Confluência, sf. confluence. 
Confluente, aaj. 2 g. ccnfluent. 

Bexigas — s [med.) a conâuent 

smalJ-pox. 
Confluir, va. to meet, to join. 
Gonformação, sf. conformation. 
Conformado, a, pp. adj. con- 

formed, adupted, suited. 
Conformar, va. to conform, to 

adapt, to suit. Conformar-se^ vr. 

to agree with, to complj with. 
Conforme, adj. 2 g. conform, 

conformable. — adv. according, 

as. [ably, agreeably. 

Conformemente, adv. conform- 
Conformidade, sf. conformity. 
C<mformiBta, sm. conformist. 
Confortação, sf. or Conforta- 

mento, sm. strengthening. 
Confortado, a, pp. adj. com- 

forted, corroborated. 
Confortador, a, sm. or f. one 

who gives comfort. 
Confortar, va. to comfort, to 

strengthen. 
Confortativo, a, adj. that com- 

forts, comforting. — sm. a cor- 
dial. — s. sm. pT. corroborants. 
Conforto , sm. strengthening, 

comforting ; ease ; (/S^.J comfort, 

consolation^ support. 
OoníortOBO, a, adj. comforting. 
Ckmir»oíorio, sm. a pr&yer that 



is said after dividing the host 

at mass. 
Confrade, sm, a brother of a 

brotherhood. [rough. 

Confragoso, a, adj. rugged, 
Confranger, va, to oppress, to 

vex, to constrain. 
Confrangido, a, pp. adj, con« 

strained, uneasy. 
Confranglmento , sm, con- 

straint, uneasiness. 
Confraria, sf. fraternity, brother- 
hood, society. 
Confratemicuide, sf. confrater- 

nitv, brotherhood. 
Confraternisado , a, pp, adj. 

that has acted as a brother. 
Gonfratemisar, vn. to live in a 

brotherly manner. [frade, 

Confreire, sm. a confrier. Y. Con- 
Confricação, sf. confrication. 
Confrioar, va. to rub against any 

thing. [confronting. 

Confrontação, sf. confrontation. 
Confrontado, a, pp. adj. con- 

fronted. [fronts. 

Gonfrontador, sm, one who con- 
Gonfrontar, va. to confront, to 

compare, to collate. 
Confundidamente, adv. confus- 

edly. 
Confundido, a, pp. adj. con- 

founded, mixed ; puzzled. 
Gonfundidor, a, adj. and s. that 

confounds. [disorder. 

Gonfundimento, sm. confusion, 
Confundir, va. to confound, to 

mix together, to mingle; to 

puzzle. Confundir-sey vr. to be 

confounded, puzzled. 
Confusamente, adv. confusedly. 
Gonfutôo, sf. confusion, medley, 

tumult, disorder. 
Confuso, a, adj. confused, mixed 

together; ashamed. 
Coniutação, 5/*. confutation, re- 

futation. 
Gonfutado, a, pp. adj. confuted. 
Confutador, sm. confuter. 
Gonfutar, va. to confute, to rua 

down an. at^vKa^xiX.. — -w. xr» 

coníute oTueTa séVí. 
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Congelação, sf. congelatio», con- 

gealÍDg, freezing. 
Congelado, a, pp €tdj. cosgealed. 
Congelador, a, adj. {poet.) that 

congeals. 
Congelar, va. to congeal, to 

freeze. Congelar- se ^ vr^ to loe 

conf^ealed or frozen. 
Congelativo, a, adj. haTinr the 

power of congealing. [able. 
Gongelavel , adj. 2 g. conge&l- 
Gongeminação, sf. congemiiMu- 

tion. 
Congénere, adj. 2 g. eongene- 

rous. Músculos — «, {anat.) mns- 

culi congéneres. 
Congenial, adj. 2 g, congenUtl. 
Gongenialidade, sf. congenial- 

ity. 
Congénito, a, adj. congenite. 
Gongerie, s. congeries. 
Congestão, sf. {med.) congutioiLr 
Gongeeto, a, adj. congested. 
Congiario, sm. congiary. 
Gongio, sm. (ant.) congitts. 
Gonglaciação, sf. congladatioií. 
Conglobação, sf. congíobation. 
Conglobado, a, pp. adj. coBglo- 

bated. 
Conglobar, va. to conglobate. 

Conglobar-se, vr. to be gathered 

in a roQnd mass. 
Gonglomeração, sf, conglome- 

ration, mixtnre^ 
Gongtomerado, a, jpp. adj. con- 

glomerated. ['ftte. 

Conglomerar, va. to congíame- 
COnglntinaçSk) , sf, coagmtina- 

tion, conglutinating. 
Gonglutinado, a, pp, adj, con- 

glutinated. 
Conglntinante, adj. 2 g. oonghi- 

tinant, conglutinating. 
Conglútinar, va. to conghiti- 

natè. Conglntinar-sej vr. to be 

conglatinated. [tinatíve. 

Gonglutinativo, a. adj. coikglu- 
Conglutinoso, a, adj. glutínoas, 

viscous. 
Congonha, sf. infasicMi of aa 

herb so caUed. 
Congossa, sf. (bot.) the hecb pe- 

riwinkle. 
Goagoxa, sf. anguish, pain» 



Gongoxadamente, ac&i. vritíi 

anguish. 
Gongoxar, va. Y. Angustiar. 
Gongoxoso, a, adj. fuU of an» 

guish or pain. [ciled. 

engraçado, a, pp. adj. recoiK- 
Gongraçador, a, adj. tnat recon- 

ciles. 
Gongraçar, va. to recencile. 

Congraçar-sCj vr. to be recon- 

ciled. [tion. 

Congratulação, sf. congratular 
Congratulado, a, pp. aaj. con- 

gratulated, felicitated. 
Gongratulante , sm. congratu- 

lant. 
Congratular, va. to congratu- 

late, to felicitate. Congratular^ 

se^ vr. to congratulate one^s 

aelf. [gratulatory. 

Gongratulatorio, a, adj. con- 
Gongregação. sf. congregation, 

meeting; brotherhood. 
Goaigregado, a, pp. adj. con^e- 

gated. [congregation. 

Gongregaixfce, sm. member of a 
Congregar, va. to congregate, 

to gather. Congregar-se, vr. to 

assemble, to gather or meet to- 

gether. 
Congressional, adj. 2 g. con* 

gressional. [ing. 

GGngrcwso> sm. congress, zneet- 
Congro, sm. conger (tísh). 
Côngrua, sf. ecclesiastical re- 

Ténue. leongrua, 

Gongruado, a, adj. that receives 
Gongruamente, aáv. aptly^ fitlj, 

toagraously. 
Congruario, sm. a, viçar who 

only receives a congruoua por- 

tion of his beneíice. 
Congruenoia, sf. agreeableness, 

conformity. [nient, prq[>er. 

Congruente^ adj. 2 g. conve- 
Gongruentemente f adv. aptly, 

fitly, congruously. 
Gongrnidade, sf. {tkeol.) con- 

graity. [gruism. 

Gongruismo, sm, {theoí^ con- 
Gongrulsta, sf {tkeol.) congruist. 
Côngruo,, a» adj. congruous, pre- 
cise, [of a tree. 
Gozdka» sf. a bianch on the root 



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GòDlieoedor, a, sm. w f. con- 
noisseur, judge. 

Gonheceiíça , sf. acknowled^ 
ment; equitable or arbitrary 
reward. 

Gonheoente , adj. S g, and «. 
one that knows. 

Conhecer^ va. to kno-w, to per- 
ceive, to Tinderstand. Não co- 
nhece nem Deus nem diabo, ififf/) 
he fears neither God nor devil. 
— , ta be acquainted with one. 
— de uma causa oa delicio, to 
hear a cause pleaded as judge ; 
to make a judicial inqnest abnSut 
a crime committed. 

CSonhecidaznente, adv. plainlj, 
knowingly. 

Gonlieciao, a, pp. adj. knoitm. 

Ckmhecimento, sm. knovledge, 
notion ; acquaintance ; learn- 
ing, Qnderstanding; (m Iam) 
cognizance ; {comm.) bui of lad- 
fng. [be knoTfn. 

CSoimecivel, adj. 2 g. that may 

Conho, sm. a rock in the midst 
of a river. 

Cónico, a, adj. conic, conical. 

Gonifero, a, adj. (bot.) conife- 
rous. 

Gonlmbricence , adj. 2 g. be- 
longing to Coimbra. 

Gonjeotura, sf. a conjecture, a 
gaess. (jecturally. 

Gonjecturadaxnente, adv. eon- 

Conjecturado, a, pp. adj. con- 
jectured. [guesser. 

Conject orador, sm. eo^jecturer, 

Conjectural, adj. 2 g. conjecta- 
raf. [tundly. 



Gon: 
Con 

to 



ecturalmente, adv. conjee- 
ecturar, va. to conjecture, 
^ess. [turabl«. 



Confeotnravel, adj. 2 g. conjec- 
Coníngação, sf. conjugation. 
Conjugado, a, pp. adj. con^- 
gated. [matrimonia}. 

Conjugal, adj. 2 g. conjugal, 
Conjugalmente , adv. conju- 

gally. 
Gonjngar, va. to conjugate. Con- 

juçcnr-se, vr. to be conjugated. 
C»ii}agftT6l, adj. 2 g. conjuga- 

Ue. 



Cônjuge, sm. oe f. the hniliaiid 

or -wife. 
Gonjuie, sm. a judge \rith aa- 

other, colleague. 
Conjunção or GonjuncçSo, êf, 

conjunction , union ; (gram.) 

conjnnction ; conjuncture, ef" 

portunity; (astr.) conjunction. 
Conjunctado, a, pp. aai. joined. 
Gonjunctamente , adv. con- 

jointly. 
Gonjunctar or Conjuntar, va. 

to join, to conjoin. 
Conjunotivo, a, adj, {gr€tm,) 

conjunctive. 
Gonjunoto, a, adj. joined, close, 

conjunct. 
Gonjunctura, sf, c(mjuncture ; 

criticai time. 
Conjuração, sf. conspiracy, plot; 

conjuration, exorcism. 
Conjurado, a,^p. adj. conspired. 

— , «wi. conspirator. 
Conjurador, sm. conspirator, 

plotter; conjurer. 
Conjurante, adj. 2 g, tbat con- 
spires. 
Conjurar, va. and n. to conspire, 

to plot; to conjure, to exor- 

cise ; to appease. 
Conjuratorlo, a, adj. that con- 
tai ns conjuration. 
Conjuro, sm. conjuration. 
Gonluiadamente, adv. by coUu- 

sion. 
Conluiado, a, pp. adj. colluded. 
Conluiar, va. to coUude. Conluiar- 

se, vr. to coUude, to plot. 
Conluio , sm. collusion , under- 

standing. [aively. 

Gonluioscunente , adv. coUu- 
Gonluioso, a, adj. collusory, col- 

lusive. 
Gonnato, a, adj. connate. 
Gonnatural, adj. 2 g. conna- 

tural. 
Gonnaturalidade, sf. connatu- 

rality, connaturalness. 
Gonnatur alisado, a, pp. adj. 

made connatural. [lize. 

Gonnaturalisar, va. to natura- 
Connaturalmente, adv, conna- 

turally. [nity. 

ConncKfto, sf. c«ni%A«>âfirsi> «^^ 



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Connezidade, sf, connexity, re- 
lation. 

Gonnexivo, a, adj. connecting. 

Gonnexo, a, adj. connected. 

Gonnivencia , sf, connivance, 
conniving. 

Gonnivente, adj. 2 g, connivent. 

Connotação, sf. connotation. 

Gonnotativo, a, adj. that de- 
notes relative dependency. 

Connubial, adj. 2 g. V. Matri- 
monial. 

Gonnubio, sm. V. Matrimonio. 

Gonnumerar, va. to reckon, to 
put in the number of. 

Gonoidal, adj. 2 g. conoidal, co- 
noidic. 

Gonoide, sm. conoid. 

Gonquassivo, a, adj. that tor- 
ments. 

Gonqueiro, sm. wooden-porrin- 
ger-maker. 

Conquista, sf. conquest, con- 
quering, victory; subjection. 

Gonquistação, sf. conquest. 

Gonquistado, a, pp. adj, con- 
quered. 

Conquistador, a, sm. or f. con- 
queror, subduer, victor. 

Conquistar, va. to conquer, to 
subdue, to surmount; Xfig.) to 
"win one's heart. [rabie. 

Conquistavel, adj. 2 g. conque- 

Gonreario, sm. a regular cânon 
that is charged of ali things 
pertaining to the other ca- 
nons. 

Gonresponder , va. and deri- 
vated. V. Corresponder. 

Gonsabedor, a, sm. or f. that 
knows any thing -with another. 

Consacerdote , sm. a fellow- 
priest. 

Consagração, sf. consecration. 

Gonsagradamente , adv. with 
consecration. [crated. 

Consagrado, a, pp. adj. conse- 

Consagrador, sm. consecrator, 
he who consecrates. 

Gonsagramento, sm. consecra- 
tion. 

Coasagrante, adj. 2 g. conse- 
crating. —, sm. consecrator. 
Consagrar, va. io consecrate, to 



\ 



dedicate, to devote; to sane- 

tify ; to sanction. 
Gonsanguineo, a, adj. consan- 

g^ineou. Çguineous. 

Consanguinho, a, adi. consan- 
Consanguinidade, sf. consan- 

guinity. 
Consarcinado, a, adj. patched 

or packed together. 
Consciência , sf. conscience , 

perception. Pôr a mão sobre a 

— , to iay one's hand upon one's 

heart. Exame de — , selí-exa- 

mination. 
Conscienciosamente, adv. con- 

scientiously. 
Consciencioso, a, adj. conscien- 

tious. 
Cônscio, a, adj. conscious. 
Conscripção , sf. conscription , 

enrolling. [script. 

Conscripto, adj. and sm. con- 
Consecção, sf. the act of cut- 

ting. [secrates. 

Gonsecrante, adj. m. that con- 
Consecrativo, a, adj. that has 

the power of consecrating. 
Consecratorio, a, adj. conse- 
crator v. [ing* 
Consecução, sf. the act of obtain- 
Consecutivamente, adv. conse- 

cutively. 
Consecutivo, a, adj. consecu- 

tive; following. [gained. 

Conseguido, a, pp. adj. obtained, 
Conseguidor, a, sm. or /. he or 

she -who obtains. 
Gonseguimento, sm. the act of 

obtaining. [sequente. 

Conseguinte, adj. 2 g. V. Con- 
Conseguintemente, adv. conse- 

quently. 
Conseguir, va. to obtain, to gain, 

to get. Conseguir-se, vr. to be 

obtained. [be obtained. 

Conseguivel, adj. 2 g. that may 
Gonselha, sf. fable, tale, story. 
Conselheiramente , adv. skil- 

fuUy, purposely. 
Gonselneiro, sm. adviser; coun- 

sellor. 
Goiuralho, sm. counsel, advice; 

couTicW.. — d« aucrra^cawxt. xsaajt- 

tiaX. — do almvraatod.o ^ <^\xs\. 



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of admiralty. — resolution, de- 
termination. 
Gonselos, sm.pl, V. Conchellos. 
CiOnsenhor, sm, a joint-proprie- 

tor. [consent. 

Gonsensialt^ací/. 2 g, made with 
Gonsensiente, adj. 2 g, consent- 

ing. 
Consenso, sm. consent, assent; 

sympathy. 
Gonsentaneamente , adv, con- 

sentaneously, consistently. 
Consentâneo, a, adj, consenta- 

neous, suitable. [ed. 

Consentido, a, pp, adj, consent- 
Gonsentidor, a, sm, or f. he or 

she that consents. 
Consentimento , sm, consent, 

assent, agreement. 
Consentir, va. and n. to consent, 

to agree, to acquiesce ; to suffer, 

to permit, to bear. 
Consequência, sf, consequence, 

conclusion. Em — , aav, loc, 

accordingly. Por — , conse- 

quently. 
Consequente, adj. 2 g, conse- 

quent, consistent, just, cohe- 

rent. — , sm. {log.) consequent. 
Consequentemente, adv. con- 

sequently. 
Conserva, sf. preserve, conserve 

ia sort of comfits). Andar de — , 

(asea term) to saií under a con- 

voy. Ter de — alguma cousa^ 

{fig.) to keep a thin^ withoat 

making any use of it. Conser- 

vaSf pickles. 
Conservação, sf, preservation ; 

conservation. 
Conservado, a, pp. adj, pre- 

served, kept. 
Conservador, a, sm. or f pre- 

server, conservator ; keeper. — , 

adj, conservatory , conserva- 

tive. 
Conservar, va, to conserve, to 

maintain, to keep, to preserve. 

Conservar - se ^ vr, to preserve 

one's self. 
Conservativo, a, adj, conser- 

vative, preservativo. 
Conservatoriaf sf, a grant to 
preserve privúeges. 



Conservatório, a, adj. conser- 
vatory. [tory ; a school. 
Conservatório, sm. a conserva- 
Gonservavel, adj. 2 g. conser- 

vable. [fectioner. 

Conserveira, sf, a woraan con- 
Gonserveiro, sm. a confectioner. 
Conservo, sm, a fellow-servant. 
Consideração, sf. consideration, 

forecast, circumsçection, pru- 

dence ; reason, motive ; account, 

regard, sake; note, regard, 

esteem. 
Gonsideradamente, adv. consi- 

derately, prudently. 
Considerado, a, pp. adj. consi- 

derate, discreet. 
Gonsiderador, a, adj. that con- 

siders, considering. 
Considerar, va. to consider, to 

ponder, to examine, to value; 

to deliberate, to weigh. 
Considerável, adj. 2 g. conside- 

rable, notable, remarkable. 
Consideravelmente, adv. con- 

siderably. 
Consignação, sf. consignation, 

consignment, granting. 
Consignado, a, pp. adj. con* 

signed, deposited. 
Consigiiador, sm. consigner. 
Consignante, sm. he that con- 

signs. 
Consignar, va. to consign, to 

give a grant ; to deposit ; \,fig,) 

to record, to state. Consignar-se^ 

vr. V. Persinar-se. 
Consignatário , sm, consigna- 

tary, consignee, depositary. 
Gonsignavel. adj, 2 g, that may 

be consigned. 
Gonsignificado. a, jyp. adj. sig- 

niâed conjointly. 
Gonsignificar, va. to si^nifv 

conjointly. [be obtained. 

Gonsiguicloiro, a, adj. that may 
Gonsiliario, sm. V. Conselheiro. 
Consistência, sf. consistence, 

consistency ; stability, firmness. 
Consistente, adj, 2 g. consistent, 

consisting of. 
Consistido, a^pp. adj. c.c5nisvs.\.^^ 
GonsUStir, du. Xo eoTi^iv^X, Vi ^'^'=^' 

siat, Xo \iô coTOço^^^ 



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Gonsistorial, adj. 2 g. cooerâto^ 
rial, belonoing to a consistory. 

Gonsistorialmente , adv. in a 
consistorial form. 

Consistório, sm. consistorj. 

Gonsoada, sf. a light aupper. 

Consoado, a, pp. adj, tnat kas 
taken a light supper. 

Consoante , adj. consonaat ; 
(poet.) rhyme. 

Cònsoantemente, adv, vnih con 
sonance, according-. 

Consoar, va. and n. to take a 
light supper. [eiadé. 

Consociado, a, pp. adi, Y. Asso ■ 

Consociar-se, vr. V. Ãsfociar-âe, 

Consócio, sm. companion, fellorw, 
associate. 

Consogro, a, sm. or f. when two 
fathera or mothers marry their 
children together they are, eon- 
sogros or consagras, that is joint 
fathers or mothers-in-law. 

Consolação , sf. consolation , 
comfort. [solation. 

Consoladamente adv. with eon- 

Consolado, a, pp. adj. consoled, 
coraforted. [comforter. 

Consolador, a, sm. orf. ccnsoler, 

Consolante, adj. 2 g. consoling, 
comforting, consolatory. 

Consolar, va to console, to com- 
fort, to ease one's grief, 

Consolatório, a, adj» coBsola- 
tory. [ble. 

Consolavel, adj. 2 g. consola- 

Consolavehnente , adv. vrith. 
consolation. 

Consolda, sf. {bot.) the herb 
comfrev, consound. 

Consolidação, sf. consolidation ; 
healing (of a woand.) 

Consolidado, a, pp. adj Conso- 
lidated, [solidating. 

Cònsolidante, adj. and s. con- 

Gonsolidar, va. to consolidate, 
to renew, to confirm ; to close 
up. Consolidar-se, vr. to conso- 
lidate ; to close (a voiind). 

Consolidativo, a, adj. consoli- 
dating. 

Consolo, sm. consolation. 

Gonsonado, sl, pp. adj. ftgreed, 
in consonance. 



Consonância, sf. (mtir.) conso 

nance, harmony, cencord; {fig.) 

frieodship. 
Gonsonante, adj 2 g. c<mBe>- 

nant, agreeable to the ear. 
Consonantementé , adv. vnih. 

consonance. 
Gonsonar, vn. to agree, to be 

suitable to. [phonious. 

Consono, a, adj. consonous, sym- 
QOBSorciado, a, pp. adj. cor- 

sorted. [Casar. 

GOBSorciar, va. to consort. V. 
Consorcio , sm. fellowship , ^ in- 

tercourse, partnership, tiníon, 

marriage. 
Consorte, sm. bnsband, i^rife, 

consort ; partner, sharer. 
Conspicuidade, sf. conspicuity, 

bri^ting ; (Jtg.) conspictrous- 

ness. 
Conspícuo, a, adj. conspicuoos^ 

visible ; (fig ) excellent , enri- 

nent. [conspiracy. 

Conspiração, sf. conspiration^ 
Conspirado , a , pp. aãj. con- 

spired. [conspirer. 

Conspirador , sm. conspirator , 
Conapirante, adj. 2 g. conspir- 

ing. 
Conspirar, va. to conspire, to 

piot; to concur, to comoine. 
ConspnrcaçSo , sf. filthiness> 

nastiness. 
Conspurcado, a, pp. adj. deíQeâ. 
Conspurcar, va. to deôle, to 

befonl. [^peawd. 

Constado, a,pp. adj. manifested. 
Constância, sf. consrtancj. 
Constante, adj. 2 g. constant, 

regular, unshaken, steadfast. 

Isso é — , that is unqnestion- 

able, certain. [ly. 

Constantemente, adv. constant- 
Gonstar, vn. to manifest, to ap- 

pear, to consist, to be clear. 
Constellação, sf. constellaticm. 
CDn8tellado,a, adj. constellated. 
Consternação, sf. consternation, 

surprise, amazement; firight. 
Consternado, a, pp» ódj. strack 

with consteraatioB. 
Con8tem8tdor,a, adj. that strikes 

-with constentation. 



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Consternar, va. to strike \brith 

consternation, to affright, to dis- 

xnaY, to appal. Constemar-^e^ vr. 

to oe discoaraged. 
Ck>n8tipação, sf. cold; constipa- 

tion. 
Constipado, a, pp. adi. he who 

has catched a cola; coDSti- 

pated. 
Constipar, va. to cause consti- 

pation, to constipate. Constipar^ 

se , vr. to get a cold ; to become 

constipated or bound. 
Constipativo , a, adj> causiug 

cold or constipation. 
Constituclonado , a, pp. adj. 

constituted. [tutioasil. 

Constitucional, adj. 1 g. consti- 
Gonstituclonalidade, sf. coasti- 

tutionality. [stitutioxu^Uy. 

Gonstitaoionalmente, adv. con- 
Constttncionar , va, to consti- 

tute. 
Constituente, adj. 2 g. consti- 

tuent. — , sm. a constituent. 
Constituição , sf. constitution , 

composition ; law, rule, precept ; 

temperament, complexion of the 

body. 
Constituido, a, pp adj. cou&ti- 

tuted. 
Constituidor, a, sm. or f. he that 

coDstitutes. 
Constituinte, sm. constituent. 
Constituir, va. to constitute, to 

give formal existence ; to place, 

to consist. Constituir-^e, vr. to 

constitute one's self. 
Constitutivamente , adv. iu a 

constitutiva manner. [tive. 

Constitutivo, a, adi. conttit»- 
Gonsto, sm. V. Certidão. 
Constrangedor, a, sm, or f. con- 

strainer. 
Constranger, va. to compel, to 

force, to constrain. Constran- 

ger-se, vr. to constrain one^s 

self. [strainedly. 

Constrangidamente, adv. eon- 
Constrangido , sl<, pp. adj. con- 

stratned, compelled, forced. 
Constrangimento , sm. con- 

straint, coeroion. Com — > res* 

traiaadlj. 



ConstrioçSo, sf. {med.) congftric* 
tion, contraction. 

Constriotivo^ a, adj. {med.) coo- 
stringent. 

Constrictor» adj. and ». (jonat.) 
constrictor. Os músculos con- 
strictoreSj the constrictora. 

Constringente, adj. 2 g. con- 
stringent. [make narrow. 

Constringir, va. to shrink, to 

Construção, sf. construction, 
building, structure ; {gramm.) 
construction ; (a sea term) ship- 
building. [tive. 

ConstructiTO, a, adj. construo- 

Constructor , sm. constructer, 
builder. — de navios, ship-wright 
or ship-builder. 

Constructura, sf. structure, eoa- 
struction. [built. 

Construido,pp. adj. constructed» 

Construir, va. to construct, to 
build , to erect ; (gramm.) to 
construe. [stantiation. 

Consubstanciação, sf consub- 

Consubstancial, adj. 2 g. con- 
substantial. 

Consubstancialidade, sf. {theol, 
consubstantiality. 

Consubstancialmeate, adv.cott* 
substantially. [dinariQ. 

Consuetudixiario, a, adj. V. Or- 

Cônsul, sm. cônsul. 

Consulado, sm. consulshlp, con- 
sulate. 

Consular, adj. 2 g. consular, of 
or belonging to the cônsul. 

Consularmente, adv. in a coi>- 
sular manner. 

Consulente, sm. he that consults. 

Consulta, sf. consultation, deli- 
beration, advice; the opinion 
given by a tribunal. — de médi- 
cos ^ a consultation of physi- 
cians. 

Consultação, af. consultation. 

Consultado, a, pp. adj. consolted, 
, appointed. 

Consultador, a, sm. or f, ccn- 
sulter, he that consults. 

Consultar, va. or n. to coosult» 
to advise vrith, to take advice 
of, to take counsel together. 

I ConBiiltivo, a» ad^, conviiVstòx^. 



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Cknumltor , sm, ' conosellor , 
lawyer. 

CkmsamiçSo, tf. vexation, dis- 
tress, tribulation, afiftiction. 

Consumido, a, pp.adj. consttined, 
speoded. 

Ck>ii8aiuidor, a, sm. or f. consu- 
mer; he who afflicts. — adj. 
vexing, distressin^, teasing ; 
coDsumptive, wasting. 

CSonsuxnir^ va. to consume, to 
eat up, to spend ; to destroy: to 
waste ; to vex, to d i stress. Con- 
mmir-se^ vr. to decay, to fret, 
to undermine one'8 nealth. 

Consumivel, adj. 1 g. consu- 
mable. [tion. 

Consununação , sf. consamma- 

Gonsuminadamente, adv. per- 
fectly. 

Ctonsummado, a, ^p. adj, con- 
summate, accomplished. 

Cíonsunixnador, a, sm. or f. con- 
summer, íinisber, perfecter. 

Gonsuminar, va. to consummate, 
to complete, to fioish. Con- 
summar-se^ vr. to be consum- 
mated. [sale. 

CSonsuxno, sm. use, consumption ; 

Gonsumpção, sf. consumption. 

Gonsumptivo, a, adj, consump- 
tive, consuming. 

Conta, sf. account, reckoning 
bill, calculation, scpre, quês- 
tion, report, pront. A — , on ac- 
count. Fazer uma — , to cast up 
an account. Trabalhar por sua 
— , to set up for one'8 self. Isso 
corre por minha — , I will answer 
forit Por sua—t on bis account. 
Dar — áe, to be answerable for. 
Esta cousa faz — , this thing 
tums to account. Dar boa — de 
ti, to behave cleverly. Fazia — 
de partir, bis intention was to 
set. — redonda f an even account 
of money. Livro de — an account- 
book. Por saldo de contas^ in 
full of ali demands. Vender em 
— , to sell cheap. Ter — , to mind, 
to attend to. Ter-se em grande 
— , to set too mucb value on one's 
self. 

Contabilidade, sf. accounts. 



Contacto, tm. contact. 

Contado, a, pp. adj. reckoned, 
reported. Dinheiro de — , rcady 
money. [accountant. 

Contador, a, sm, oi* f. reckoner. 

Contadoria, sf. accountanVs of- 
fice; counting-house. 

Contagem, sf. tbe wages of a 
counter 

Contagiado, a, pp. adj. infected 

Contagião, sf. contagiou, infec- 
tion; plague. 

Contagiar, va. to infect, to ^ive 
tbe pestilence. [tion. 

Contagio, sm. contagion, infec- 

Gontagioso, a, adj. contagious, 
infectious, pestiferous. 

Contaminação, sf. contamina- 
tion. [minated. 

Contaminado, a,j)j9. adj. conta- 

Contaminador, a, sm. or f. he 
or she that contaminates. 

Contaminar, va. to contaminatc, 
to defile, to pollute. 

Contaminavel, adj. 2 g. tbat 
may be contamined. 

Contente, sm. ready money. 

Contar, va. to count, to reckon, 
to calculate, to number; to re- 
late, to tell, to story ; to charge, 
to put in a bill. — vn. to intend. 
to think, to purpose, to expect. 
— sobre ou com, to depend upon, 
to count upon. Contaram-se per- 
didos, they thought themseíves 
undone. 

Contas, sf. pi. — de rezar, a pair 
of beads. Rezar as — , to s^ 
over one'8 beads. Homem ae 
boas — , an honest man. 

Conteira, sf. a piece of iron fixed 
at tbe end of a spear, in a game 
called argolinha. [beads. 

Gonteiro, sm. he ^ho makes 

Contemplação, sf. contempla- 
tion, meditation. Em — de, in 
consideration of. Por — para 
commigo, for my sake. 

Contemplado, a, pp. adj. con- 
templated. 

Contemplador, a, sm. or f. con- 
templator. 

Gontemi>lante, adj. 2 g, con« 
templating, contemplator. 



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Contemplar, va. to contemplate, 

to meditate, to consider. 
Contemplativa, sf. (jthilos.) the 

power of contemplating.* 
Gontem|>lativamente, adv. con- 
. templativelv. 

Contemplativo, a, adj. contem- 
plativo. 
Contemporaneamente, adv, in 

the same time. 
Contemporaneidade, sf, con- 

temporariness. 
Contemporâneo, a, adj. contem- 

poraneoas, contemporary. 
Contemporisação , sf, com- 

pliance, condescension. 
Contemporisado , a, pp. adj. 

conformed to the times. 
Contemporisador, a, sm. or f. 

one wno conforms himself to 

the times. 
Contemporisar, va. to conform 

one's self to the times. 
Contemptivel , adj. 2 g, con- 

temptible. 
Contenção, sf. contention. 
Contenciosamente, adv. con- 

tentiously. 
Contencioso, a, adj. contentious, 

litigioUR. 

Contenda, sf, contention, con- 
test. 

Contendente, adj, 2 g. and s. 
contending, contender. 

Contender, vn. to contend, to 
dispute, to contest. 

Contendido, a, pp, adj, con- 
tested, contendeu. 

Contendor, sm. competitor, con- 
tender, antagonist. 

Contenencia, sf. Y. Continência, 

Contensão, sf. contention, eager- 
ness. 

Contentado, a, pp. adj, con- 
tented. 

Contentcunento, sm, content- 
ment , satisfaction , comfort , 
pleasure. 

Contentar, va. to content, to 
satisfy, to please. Contentar- 
se^ vr, to be contented or satis- 
fied. 

Contente, adj.l g, content, con- 
tented, pleased, satisâed. 



Contentemente, adv, contented- 

Contento, sm. contentment, sa- 
tisfaction, liking; approbation. 

Conter, va, to contam, to hold, 
to inclade, to comprehend. 
Conter-se^ vr. to refram, to be 
restrained ; to contain one^s 
self. [nigh, near. 

Gontermlno, a, adj. bordering, 

Conterminos, sm. pi. confines, 
limits. [same country. 

Conterrâneo, a, acl/. born in the 

Contestação , sf. contestation, 
contest, dispute. 

Contestado, a,j9p. adj. contested, 
-witnessed. [consent. 

Gontestamente, adv, -inth one 

Contestante, adj, 2 g. contesting, 
contending. 

Contestar, va. to contest, to 
ar^ue against ; to make out any 
thing by witness. 

Contestável, adj. 2 g, contes- 
table, controvertible. 

Conteste, adj. 2 g. concurring 
(witness). [tively. 

Gontestemente , adv. afíirma- 

Contendo, sm. contents. 

Contexto, sm. contexture, con- 
text. 

Contextuar, va. to context. 

Contextura, sf. contexture, con- 
text. [included. 

Contido, a, pp. adj. contained, 

Contiguaxnente , adv. conti- 
guously. [contiguousnéss. 

Contiguidade , sf. contiguíty, 

Contiguo, a, adj. contiguous, 
adjacent. 

Continência , sf. continence, 
chastity, continency ; {milit.) 
ceremonials, a sort of bows used 
in some public rejoicings. 

Continental, adj. 2 g. continen- 
tal. 

Continente, ae(/. 2 ^. continente, 
chaste. Em — , adv. incontinent- 

ly. 

Continente^ sm. {geog.) conti- 
nent, a great extent of lands 

Continentemente, adv. conti- 
nently. [adv. immediately. 

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Contingência, sf. continçence, 

contingency. Pôr em — , to ex- 
pose to danger. 
Ck>ntingente, adj. 2 g. contin- 

gent, casual. 
Contingentemente, ado. contin- 

gently, casually. 
Contino, a, adi. V. Continuo.* 
Continua, sf. tne principal whim 

of a mad-man. 
Continuado, sf. contintiance, 

continoation. 
Continuadamente, adv, conti- 

nually. 
Continuado, a, pp. adj. conti- 

nued. [nnator. 

Continuador, a, sm. or f. conti' 
Continuamente, adv, eontiimal- 

ly, continuedly. 
Continuar, va. to continae, to 

fraffment, to persevere, to pro- 

ceed. — vn. to be extenaed. 

Continuar-se, vr. to be cootinued 

or carried on. [tire. 

Continuativo, a, €tdj. contmua- 
Gontinuidade, sf. contiiraitj ; 

duration. 
Continuo, a, adj. continnal, in- 

cessant. De — , contimtaily, in- 

cessantly. 
Continuo, sm. a messenger; 

serjeant, beadle. 
Conto, sm. a million ; storj, tale, 

fable. — de lança, a jpieco of iron 

flxed at the end or a spear or 

lance. Casa dos — », the exche- 

qner. Sem — , numberless. 
Contoada, sf a stroke with a 

spear {conto). 
Contomeado, a, pp. adj. V. jTor- 

neado. Tornear. 
Contorno, sm. circuit, círcam- 

ference; outline. 
Contorsão, sf contortion. 
Contra, prep. against, contrary 

to; by, near, close. — adv. 

counter. — s. (the opposite of 

pro.) V. Contradiecão. 
Contraabertura , ' sf ( surg. ) 

countcr-aperture. 
Contra-abltas, sf pi. [a sea term) 

standards siippórting the cábte- 

bjfs. [mirai. 

*^otttra-almirsLnte, sm. rear-ad 



Contra-axntira , sf. (« sea lerm) 
counter-tack. 

Contra-arminhos, sm. pt. {he- 
rald.) is said of a saole field 
with white spots. 

Contra-ataques , sf. pi. ifort.) 
counter-works. 

Contrabaixo, sm. [music.) base. 

Contrabalançado, a, pp. adj. 
counter-balaneed. 

Contrabalançar, va. to counter- 
balance, to counterrail. 

Contrabsildado , a , pp. adj, 
V. Baldado. 

Contrabaldar. vn. V. Baldar. 

Contrabahiarte , sm. counter- 
bulwark. 

Contrabanda, sf. Uterald.) a 
piece opposite to a bend in the 
escntcheon. [band, 

Contrabandeeu:', vn. to contra- 

Gontrabandista , sm. contra- 
bandrst, smnggler. 

Contrabando, sm. contraband 
goods, smuggling. Homem de — , 
Xfig-) *n obnoxious fellow. 

Contrabaratear, vn. term used 
at the game of tables. 

Contrabateria , sf. counter- 
battery. 

Gontrabraço, sm. {a sea term) 
counter-brace, 

Gontracadaste, sm. {a sea term) 
— interior^ inner-post. — exte- 
rior, back of the stern-^KWt. 

Contracambiar, va. V Compen- 
sar. 

Gontracambio, sm. V. Recambio. 

Gontracava, sf. a connter^trench 

Contracção , sf. contraction , 
shrinking. [cipher. 

Gontracifra, sf the key of a 

Gontracosta, sf. coast opposed 
to another. 

Gontractil, adj. 2 g. contractile. 

Gontractilidade, sf c<Hitractil- 
ity. [tile. 

Gontractivel, adj. 2 g. contrac- 

Contractivo, a, oo;. contractive, 
contracting. rtracted. 

Contracto ^ 9l^ pp. adj. con- 

Contradan.<}a, sf country-dance. 

GoiitTadaii<}«c , w\» ^a ^wwi^ 



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GontiradanoiBta , sm. he that 

loves the country-dances. 
Gontradiametro , sm, {ffeom,) 

counter-diameter. 
ContradicçSo, sf. contradictton, 
Gontradique, sm. counter-sluice. 
GontradiBtincção, sf. coantec- 

difitinction. 
Gontradtotingtiido, a, pp. adj. 

contradistÍD guished. 
Contradiatingoir, va,to contra- 

distingriish. 
Contradita, sf. reply, contradic- 

tioD. — Sy sf. pi. (law term.) a re- 

futation of 'v^itnesses. 
Contraditado, a, pp^ adj. con- 

tradicted. 
Contraditar, va. to contradict. 
Contradito, a, pp. adj. contra- 

dicted. [tradictor, adversay. 
CoDtraditor, a, sm. or f. con- 

tradictor, adversary. 
Contraditória, sf. a contradic- 

tory judgment or proposition. 
Contraditoriamente, ado. con- 

tradictorily. 
Contraditório, a, adj. contrar 

dictory, contradictious. 
Contradizer, va, to contradict. 

Contradizer-se, vr. to contradict 

one'8 self. 
Contra-embuscada, sf. an em- 

biíscade opposite to anotber. 
Contra-escarpa, «/l (/brt.) cmin- 

ter-scarp. 
Contra-esoota , sf. (sea term.) 

countor-sheet of a sail. 
Contra-escriptura, sf. counter- 

scripture. [stay. 

Gontra-estai, sm. a preventer- 
ContraíaçSo, sf. counterfeiting. 
Contrafactor, sm. counterfaiter. 

V. Falsificador. [fesse. 

Contrai aixa, sf. [keral.) connter- 
Contraíaixado, Si,pp. adj coun- 

ter-fessy. 
Contrafazer, va. to counterfeit, 

to imitate; to disguise. Contra- 

fazer-se^ «r. to leign, to dis- 

gníse one's self. [charm. 

Contrafeitiço , sm. counter- 
Contraíeito, a, pp. adj. counter- 

feiteà, imitãtea. íaDother. 

Contraíaeira, sf. a rank against 



Contraforte, sm. {fori,) c«miter- 

fort, prop. [fugne. 

Contraxagat sf. [mus.) count«r^ 
Gontrage, sf. the spoke of a 

wheel of a sugar-mill. 
Gontraguarda, sf. {fortif.) coun- 

ter-gnard. 
Contraguia, sf. counter-guide. 
GontraJáente, adj. 2 g. contract- 

ing. — , sm. orf. & bride-groom, 

a oríde. 
Gontrah«rYa« sf {bot.) con- 

trayerva, a plant uaed as a 

conater-poison. [ed. 

Contrahiáo, a, pp. adj. contract- 
Gontrahir» va. to contracta to 

engage. [tra-indication. 

Contra-indioação, sf. (med.) con- 
Gontra-indicado, ei,pp.a4ucon- 

tra-indicated. [indicate. 

Contra-indicar^ va. to contra- 
Contrallga, sf. counter^alliance. 
Contralto, sm. {mits.) counter- 

treble. 
Ccxitraluz, sm. covinter-light. 
Contramalba , sf. doublemesfa. 
Gontramalhado, a, pp. adi. 

doub]emesbed. [mesn. 

Contramalhar, va. to double- 
ContnunandadOf a, pp. adi. 

countermanded. [mana. 

Gontramandar, va. to counter- 
Contramarca, sf. coTmtermark:. 
Contramarcado, a, pp. adi. 

countermarked. [mark. 

Contramarcar, va. to counter- 
Gontramaroha , sf. connter- 

mar eh. [termarch. 

Contramarchar, vn. to coun- 
Contrameatre, sm. boatswain. 
Gontramezena, sf. (a sea term) 

mizen-mast. 
Gontramina, sf. countermine; 
Gontraminado, a, j^. adj. conn- 

termined. [miner. 

Contraminador, sm. counteiv 
Contraminar, va. to coun ter- 
mine, [termured. 
Gontramtirado, a, pp. adj. coun- 
Contramuralhá , sf . c^íwxsí^t- 

mure, co\iT\teT-'VÍ3i\. \tanLxe- 

Contraxnnrax, "co-. ^^ <iov«s\«c- 
Contranatoxal, adj. lg- ««'^' 

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Gontranaturalidade, sf. coun- 

ter-naturality. 
GontranitentOf adj. 2 g. that 

resists. 
Gontraordexn, if, coanter-order, 

countermand. 
Contraordenar, va. to counter- 
mand. 
Contrapor ente, sm. <yt f, a kins- 

man or kinswoman oy mar- 

riage. [terpart. 

Contraparte, sf. (mt».} coun- 
ContrapasBO, sm. counter-pass. 
Contrapeçonha, sf. counter-poi- 

son, antidote. 
Contrapello, sm. what is against 

the hair. Tomar um negocio a ^, 

{fig.) to take a thinginawrong 

sen se. [terbalanced. 

Contrapesado, a, pp. adj. coun- 
Gontrapesar, va. to counterba- 

lance, to counterpoise. 
Contrapeso, sm. counterbalance, 

counterpoise. [pilaster. 

Contrapuastra, sf. a counter- 
Gontraponteado, a, pp. adj. set 

in counterpoint. 
Gontrapontear, va. to set in 

counterpoint. 
Gontrapontista , sm. {mus.) he 

who knows the counterpoint. 
Contraponto, sm. counterpoint. 
Contrapor, va. to put over 

against, to compare; to place 

opposite. [tion. 

Contraposição, sf. contraposi- 
Contraposto, a,p^. adj. that is 

put over against, compared. 
Gontraproches, sm. pi. {fort ) 

counter-approaches. 
Contraprova, sf. counter-proof. 
Contraprovado, a, pp. adj. coun- 

terproved. 
Contraprovar, va. to counter- 

prove, to take a counter-proof. 
Contrapunho, sm. {a sea term) a 

tack-tackles. [kelson. 

Contraquilha, sf. {a sea term) 
Contrarancho, sm. the contrary 

crew or party. [swer, reply. 

Contrareplica, sf. counter-an- 
Gontrarevolução, sf. counter- 

revolutron. 
Gontrarevolucionado, a, pp. 



adj. that has effected a counter- 
revolution. 

Contrarevolnoionar, va. to ef- 
fect a counter-revolution. 

Contrariado, a, pp. adj. contra- 
dicted. 

Contrariador, a, adj. contra- 
dictious, full of contradiction. 

Contrariamente, adv.contrarily. 

Gontrariante, adj. 1 g. contra- 
riant, contradictious. 

Contrariar, va. to contradict, to 
oppose, to impugn. 

Contrariedade, sf. contrariety, 
contradiction. 

Contrario, a, adj. contrary, op- 
posite, adverse; bad. Remédio 
— ao peito^ a medicine hurtfui 
to the chest. — , sm. an adver- 
sary, enemy. Pelo — , adv. on 
the contrary, contrary-wise. 

Gontrarotura, sf a double hér- 
nia; aplaster for ruptures. 

Gontrasedula, sf. a schedule 
given in countermand of an- 
other. 

Gontrasellado, a,pp. adj. sealed 
with another, countersealed. 

Contrasellar, va. to counterseal, 

Contrasello, sm. counterseal. 

Contrasenha, sf. a countersign, 
token. [trasted. 

Contrastado, a, pp. adj. con> 

Contrastar, va. to contrast, to 
resist, to quarrel ; to compare. 

Contraste, sm. resistance, oppo- 
sition, obstacle ; ill-luck, rever- 
sos of fortune, adversity; con- 
tradiction; a weigher, pnser, as- 
sayer of gold, silver; censor, 
appreciator of the merit of lite- 
rary productions ; control or 
mark on plate,etc. ; touch,trial. 

Contrastear or Contrastar, va. 
to assay metais; to value, to 
appreciate the merit of works 
01 literature. 
Contrata, sf. contract, deed. 
Contratação, sf. contract. 
Contratado, a, jq>. adj, con» 

tracted. 
Contratador, sm. contractor. 
Contratante, sm. or adj, 2 g, 
contracting. 



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Contratar, va. to contract, to 

bargain, to trade. 
Contratempo , sm. unseason- 

ableness, accident, disappoint- 
ment. 
Contrato, sm. contract ,covenant, 

agreement, bargain, deed. Minu- 
ta de um — , rough draught of a 

deed. — de doação^ a deed of 

gift. [lation. 

Gontravallação, sf. contraval- 
Contr avaliado, a, pp. adj. fur- 

nished with contravallations. 
Contravallar, vn. to erect con- 
travallations. 
Contravenção, sf. contraven- 

tion, infraction. 
Contraveneno, sm. counter- 

poison, antidote. 
Gontravenlente, adi. 1 g. and s. 

contravening , infringing ; a 

transgressor, contravener, of- 

fender. 
Contravento, 5m. contrarywind. 

— , adv. against the wind. 
Contraversão, sf. contraversion. 
Contraverter, va. to tum in an 

opposite direction. 
Contravidraça, sf. a double- 

glass-window. 
Contravir, vn. to contravene, to 

break a law, custom, etc. 
Contribuição, &f. contribution. 
Contribuído, a, pp. adj. contri- 

buted. 
Contribuidor, a, sm. or f, con- 

tributor. 
Contribuinte, adj, 2 g. that 

contributos ; tax-payinç. 
Contribuir, va. to contribute, to 

conduce, to help, to tend. 
Contributario, sm. a tax-pa^er. 
Contributivo, a, aãj. contribu- 
tivo, [punction. 
Contrição, sf. contrition, com- 
Contristado, a, pp. adj. grieved, 

vexed. 
Contristador, a, sm. or f. he or 

she that grieves. 
Contristar, va. to grieve, to vex. 
Contritamente, adv, contritely, 

penitently. 
Contrito, a, adj. contrita, truly 

penitent, torry, sorrowful. 



Controvemla, sf. controversy, 

debate, discussion. [tist. 

Controversista, sf. a controver- 
Controverso, a, pp, adj. contro- 

verted, disputed. 
Controverter, va. to controvert, 

to dispute, to debate. 
Controvertido, a, pp. adj. con- 

troverted, disputed. 
Controvertivél, adj. 2 g. con- 

trovertible. 
Contumácia, sf. contumacy, obs- 

tinacy ; non-appearance. Con- 

demnar por — , to outlaw by 

default. Por or com — , stub- 

bornly. 
Contumaz, adj. 2 g. {in law) stub- 

born, contumacious. — , sm, a 

contumaciouB person. 
Contumazmente, adv, {in law) 

contumaciously. [abuse. 

Contumelia, sf. a contumely; 
Contumeliosamente, adv. con- 

tumeliously, injuriously. 
Contumelioso, a, adj. contume- 

lious 
Contundente, adj. 2 g. blunt, 

producing contusions. 
Contundido, a, pp. adj. con- 

tused, squashed. 
Contundir, va. to contuse, to 

crush, to squash. 
Conturbação , sf. uneasiness , 

inquietude. [ed, troubled. 

Conturbado, a, pp. adj. disturb- 
Conturbar, va. to disturbe, to 

trouble. 
Contusão, sf. contusion, bruise. 
Contuso, a, pp. adj. contused, 

bruised. 
Contutor, sm. one that is guar- 

dian with another. 
Convalescença , sf. convales- 

cence, recovery. 
Convalescente, adj. 2 g. con- 

valescent. [health. 

Convalescer, vn. to recover 
Convalescido, a, pp. adj. that 

has recovered hesilth. 
Convalidação, sf. V. Confirma- 
ção, [vnth hills. 
Convalle, sm. a valley enclosed 
Convém, v. imp. it is fit or con- 

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CSonvenção , sf. cMiYention , 

agreement, treaty. 
Convencer, va. to conTince ; to 

conTict. Conoencer-sCj vr. to 

convince one's self. [ced. 

Convencido, a, pp. adj. côavin- 
Gonvencionado , a, pp. adj. 

agreed, stipulatéd. 
Gonvencioxml, adj^ 2 g, conven- 

tional. [ventionally. 

Convencionalmente, adv. oou- 
Gonvencionar, va. to agree, to 

stipulate, to contract. 
Convencivel, adj. 2 g. convin- 

cible. 
Conveniência, sf. fitnesa, agree- 

ment, accord ; convenience. 
Conveniente, €uij. t g. conye- 

nient, suitable, proper, reason- 

able; fit, adequate. 
Convenientemente, adv. oonve- 

niently, decently. (venant. 

Convénio, tm. conv^itton, oo- 
Conventicular, adj. 2 a. oí or 

belonging to conyenticles. 
Gonventiculo, sm. conventicle. 
Convento, sm. convent, monas- 

tery, cloister. — de homens, 

friary. [tual, moaastic 

Conventual, adt. i a. conven- 
Conventualidade, s/\ the á-wel" 

ling in a convent. [tutdly. 

Conventualmente, ado. coaven- 
Gonvergenoia, sf. convergency. 
Convergente, adj. 2 g, cosver- 

gent, converging. 
Convergir or Gonverger, vn. 

igeom.) to converge. [ged. 

Convergido, a, pp. adj. conver- 
Gonversa, sf. a discourse. 
Conversação, ef, coavenâiáoiL. 
Conversado, a, pp. adj. coa- 

versed. 
Conversador, a, sm. or /. talker. 
Conversante, ac^. 2 g, tíiat con- 
verses cr talks. [ation. 
Conversão, sf. conversion, alter^ 
Conversar, vn. to ccd&veirae, to 

talk. [sable. 

Convsrsavel, adj. 2 g. c<mver- 
Converâivel, adj. 2 g. conver- 

tible. 
Convenrivo, a, adj, convertible. 
Converso, a, adj, converted. — , 



sm. or f. Irmão — , a lay-brother. 
Freira conversa^ a lay-sister. 

Gonvertedor, a, sm. or f, con- 
verter, one who converts. 

Converter, va. to convert, to 
transmute, to change. Conoer^ 
ter-se^ vr. to be converted. 

Convertido, a, pp, adj, convert- 
ed, changed. [sion. 

Convertimento, sm. conver- 

Convercivel, adj. 2 g. conver- 
tible. 

Convexidade, sf. convexity. 

Convexo, a, adj. convex. 

Convexo-Concavo, adj. con- 
vexo-concave. 

Convexo-Convexo, adj. con- 
vexo-convex. 

Gonvez, sm. deck of a ship. 

Convicção, sf. {in law) convic- 
tion, fuU proof. 

Convioio, sm. V. Injuria. 

Convicto, a, adj. convicted; 
coBvict. — , pp. trr. de Corwen- 
cer, coBvinced. 

Convidado, a, pp. adj. invited. 
— , sm. a guest. 

Convidador, a, sm. or f. one 
"wlio is very fond of inviting. 

Convidante. adj. 2 g. inviting. 

Convidar, va. to invite ; to incite, 
to allure. Convidar-se^ vr. to in- 
vite odiie'8 self. 

Convincente, adj. 2 g. convin- 
cing, convictive. 

Convindo, a, pp. adj. agreed. 

Convinhavel, adj. 2 g. V. Con- 
veniente. 

Convinkavelxnente, adv. V. Ha- 
soadamente. 

Convir, vn. to agree, to become, 
to assent ; to «^pertain ; to suit. 
Co.Mir-se^ vr. to suit each 
otílier, to agree. 

Convite, «m. drinking-money. 

Conviva, sm. guest. 

Convival, adj. 2 g. convivial, 
feastfol. 

Convivência, sf. conviviality. 

Convivente, ãdj. 2 g. convivial. 
Conviver, va. to be sociable. 
Convocação, sf. convocation. 
Convocado, a, np. adj. coavo- 
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€k>nvocador, sm. one who con- 
vokes or assemt^es. 

Convocar, va. to convóke^ to 
call together. [rokes. 

Gonvocatorio, a, adj. that cod- 

Qonvulsaxnente , aav. convul- 
8ively. [spafim. 

Ctonvulsão, sf. convulsion, ât, 

Convulsar, vn. to convulse, to 
produce convulsions. 

Gonvulsionario or Convuloio- 
nista, sm. or /. sabject to con- 
vulsions. — s, certain fanatios. 

GonvulEdvo, a, adj. convulsive. 

Convulso, a, adj. convulsed. 

Coobrigado, sm. a joint bond- 
man. 

Cooperação, sf. co-operaíion. 

Cooperado, a, pp. adj. oo-ope- 
rated. 

Cooperador, a, sm. or f. -co-ope- 
rator, feUow-workraaii« 

Cooperante, adj. 2 g. co-ope- 
rating. [work together. 

Cooperar, vn. to co-operate, to 

Cooperario, a, adj. co-operator. 

Cooperativo, a, adj. co-opera- 
tive. [tien. 

Coc^tação, sf. co-optatioQ, adop- 

Coordenaçâo, sf. co-ordination, 
ordering ; disposal. 

Coordenadamente, adv. co-or- 
dinately. 

Coordenado, a, pp. adj. set in 
order, disposed. 

Coordenar, va. to set in order. 

Copa. sf. a set of plate for the use 
of the tahle ; a cup-bau4 or «ide- 
board; a cup or goblet. — do 
chapéo, the crown of a hat. — 
da arvore, the tuft of a tree. — 
do escudo, (herald.) the boss of a 
Bhield. ^« 

Copada, sf. a full cup or glass. 

Ccmado, 9i,pp.adj. tufted, oushy, 
thick. — , (among farriers) 
round. 

Copador, sm. hair-dreaser. 

Copaiba, s. copaiva (tree). 

Copal, sm. copal, gum-copal. 

Copar, va. to cut oíf the tc^. — , 
vn. and Copar-se^ vr. to becorae 
tufted. [haarta. 

Copas, sf, pL (suit at cards) 



Copegar, vn. to be lame. 
Copeiro, sm. a cup-bearer, butler. 
Copejado, a, pp. adj. harpooned. 
Copejador, sm. harpooner. 
Copiar, vn. to harpoon. 
Copeíla, sf. cupeL, copei; crn- 

cible. [tion. 

Copellação, sf. {chem.) cupeUa- 
Gopellado, a, pp. adj. assayed 

by cupellation. 
Copellstr, va. to assay or try 

gold bv cupellation. 
Co^mhÍoo, sm. {astr.) Coper- 

nicus. 
Copia, sf. copy, duplicate, tran- 

script ; abnndance, copiousness. 
Ciciado, a, pp. adj. copied. 
Copiador, sm. copier, transcri- 

ber; {eomm.) a Dook to copy 

letters in. 
Copiar, va. to copy, to transcribe; 

to imitate. 
Copiosamente, adv. copiously, 

abundantlv. 
Copiosidade, sf. a great abun- 

daoce. 
Copioso, a, adj. copious, abun- 

dant. [ber. 

Copista, sm. copier, transcri- 
Copla, sf. a couplet, a song. 
Coplista, sm. a son^-maker. 
Copo, sm. cup, drinking-glass, 

goblet, wine-glaes. — grande 

com péy a tumbler. — de dados., 

dice-Dox. Copos da espada, the 

shell of a 8\Ford hilt. — da brida, 

the branches of a bridle. — da 

balança. Y. Balança. — , distai 

full of flax, cotton, etc. 
Copra, sf. the pulp or kernel of 

the cocoa when dry. 
Coprc^ncletario, sm. a joint-pro- 

prietor. 
Copto, sm. copt, coptic (lan- 

guage of the Copts). 
Copula, sf. copulation, coupling. 
Copulado, a, pp. adj. copuiateã. 
Copular, vn. to copulate. 
Copulativo, a, adj. (gram.) co- 

puiative. 
Coque, sm. a back-hand siap. 
Coqueada, sf. the noise made b^ 

monkeys ; the cry made by sai- 

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Goquear, vn. to bewail. 

Coqueirsil, sm. a wood of cocoa- 
trees. 

Coqueiro, sm. a cocoa-tree. 

Coqueluche, sf. [med.) hooping- 
cough, chiucougb. 

Goquillio , sm. a little cocoa- 
nut. 

Côr, sf. colour, hue, dye, tint ; 
complexion, colour. mudar de 
cór, to change colour, to blush. 
Cobrar a — , to resume the co- 
lour. Càres pallidas^ {med.) green 
sickness. O negocio começa a 
tomar boa — , the thing is be- 
ginning to look well. — a pre- 
text or pretence. [mory. 

C6r (de), adv. by heart, by me- 

Goração, sm. heart, spirit, cou- 
rage ; mind, soul. Ter o — ao pé 
da bocca, to speak sincerely< O 
— do madeiro j the pitch of a 
tree. Diz-me o — , I imagine. 
Cahir o — aos pés , to disma^r. 

Coracoide, sm. {anat.) coracoid. 

Coracôra, sf. a long vessel -with 
oars (índia). 

Coraçudo, a, adj. br ave, coura- 
geous. V. Animoso. 

Goradaxnente, adv. with colour. 

Gorado, a, adj. coloured : (fia.) 
disguised. 

Gorador, sm. that colours. 

Coragem, sf. courage, bravery, 
valour, resolution. Perder a — , 
to be discouraged; iinterj.) 
bravo ! cheer up ! come f 

Corajosamente , adv. coara- 
geously, bravely. 

Corajoso, a, adj. courageous, 
valiant, brave, oold. 

Coral, sm. coral ; the roe or eggs 
of the crab - fish ; wattles or 
red puggered flesh that hangs 
under the neck of a turkey 
or a cock, jaws-laps; the red 
caruDcles that ducks have in 
the eyes. Fino como um ■—, a 
very cunning raan. — , adj. 2 g. 
chorai, belonging to tJie choir 
of a church. 

Coralleiro, sm. coral-fisher. 

Coralleiforme, adj. 2 g. corrali- 
form. 



Corallina, sf. coralline. 

Gorallino, a, adj. coralline. 

CorallitaB, sf. pi. corallites. 

Coralloideo, a, adj. coralloid, 
coralloidal. 

Gorar, va. to colour, to dye, to 
tinge, to paint ; (/So.) to disguise. 

Corar, vn. to blush, to recover 
the colour, to bleach. Corar-se, 
vr. to blush. 

Corbelha, sf. a fruit basket. 

Corça, sf. a doe, a she-deer. 

Coroei, sm. charger, steed. 

Corchete, sm. Y. Colchete. 

Corço, sm. a wild deer. 

Corooma, sf, V. Carcoma and 
derivated. 

Goroova, sf. a hump-back. 

CorooTado, a, pp. adj. and s. 
hump-backed. 

Corcovar, va. to bend, to crook. 

Corcovear, vn. to caper (horse). 

Corcovo, sm. crupade, the boun- 
cing of a horse. 

Gorcoz, sm. hunch-backed man. 

Corculiíer, sm. a lark. 

Corda. sf. cord, rope. twist, 
string. — de viola or de tripa^ 
cat-gut. — de instrumentos mu- 
sicos^ strings, chords. Pâr — , 
to string. Cordas do navio, ship- 
cordage. Dar — ao relógio, to 
wind up a clock. É homem de 
— e sacco^ he is a rogue. 

Cordacismo, sm. cordacisme. 

Cordame and Cordagem, sf. 
cordage, rigging. 

Cordamente, adv. wisely. 

Cordão, sm. twist, string; stay- 
lace, twist-braid, band, girdle; 
a friar'8 knotted cord; cordon 
of troops; umbilical; {anat.) 
navel-string. — de campainha^ 
a bell-puU ; ríband ; {arch.) (fort.) 
cordon, edge of stone. — de 
uma peça de moeda, the edge or 
miUing of a piece of money. 

Cordato, a, adj. wise, prudent. 

CordeaoSo, sf the measuring of 
VTOoá by the cord. 

Cordeado, a, pp. adj. measured 
by the cord. 

Cordear, va. to measure by the 
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Cordeira, sf. a ewe lamb. 
CSordeiro, «m. a lamb. 
Ck>rdel, sm, a small cord, a string. 
Cordelejo, sm. a sharp reprimand. 
Cíordiaca or Gordioia, if. cor- 

diaca, a disease in the heart of 

a horse. 
Cordial, adj. 2 g, cordial, sincere, 

hearty. — sm. a cordial or drink 

to comfort the heart. 
Cordialidade, sf. cordialitv. 
Cordialmente, adv. cordially, 

heartily. [diform. 

Cordiforme, adj. 2 g, {hot.) cor- 
Cordilha, sf. cordyla, tunny-fish. 
Cordilheira, sf. a long chain of 

hills. — «, Cordilleras ÍChili). 
Cordoada, sf. a blow witn a rope. 
Cordoalha, sf. cordage. 
Cordoaria, sf. a rope-yard. 
Cordoeiro, sm. a rope-maker. 
Cordovanelro, sm, cord-ixraiiier, 

cordovan-maker. 
Cordovão, sm. cordovan leather. 
Cordovèias, /. pi. [anat.) the 

jugulars. [wisdom. 

Cordura, sf. gravity, discretion, 
Corea, sf. a dance, a bali. 
Coreiro, sm. chorister, singer. 
Co-religionario, a, sm. or f, co^ 

religionist. [gious. 

Co-reugioso, a, sm. or f, co-reli- 
Co-redemptor, sm. the person 

who, with another, helpsathird. 
Co-reo, sm. cúmplice. 
Coreto, sm. a gallery for musi- 

cians. 
Coriaceo, a, adj. coriaceous. 
Coriambo, sm. choriamb. 
Gorica, sf. a sort of parrot. 
Corinthas, sf. pi. currants. 
Corinthio, a, adj. and s. Corin- 

thian. 
Coriscada, sf. a great number of 

lightning ; \fig.) a crowd. 
Coriscado, a, pp. adi. flashed. 
Coriscar, va. to flash like light- 
ning, to glitter. [bolt. 
Corisco, sm. lightning, thunder- 
Corista, sm* one who attends or 
, sings in the choir, chorister ; a 

yoang friar before he has re- 

ceiYed holy orders. 
Goristado, tm* the timo thitt 

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passes a young friar having 

passed his noviceship, but under 

age to receive holy orders. 
Coxja, sf. the number twenty 

(índia]; {fig.) multitude, rabble. 
Corna, sf. head or horns of a 

deer. [driver. 

Gomaoa, sm. cornac, elephant- 
Comada, sf. a push with a horn. 
Comadora, sf. the horns of any 

animal. 
Comamusa, sf. cornemuse. 
Gomas, sf.^ or Hornaveques, 

sm. pi. ifort.) horn-work. 
Gomea, sf. {anat.) córnea of the 

eye. 
Gomeira, sf. a strap to tie the 

horns of the oxen to the yoke. 
Gomeite^ sm. {med.) an inflam- 

mation m the córnea. 
Comejar, vn. to extend the horns 

(is said of a snail). 
Gomelina, sf. the cornelian- 

stone. 
Gomeo, a, adj. horney. 
Cometa, sf. cornet, horn; hun- 

ter's horn ; cornet, a -woman^s 

head-dress. 
Gomicabra, sf. and adj. a sort 

of shrub, mastick tree. Pêra — , 

a pear so called. 
Cornicola, sf. a sheep's horn. 
Gomifero, a, adj. cornigerous. 
Gomifomie, adj. 2 g. corniform, 

horn-sha{>ed. 
Gomigero, a, adj. cornigerous. 
Gomlfa, */. {arch.) cornice. 
Gomiolo, sm. (bot.) hawthorn. 
Comipede, aaj. 2 g. hornfoot, 

hoofed. [lace-tree. 

Gomiso, sm. {bot.) a sort of bul- 
Cornitromba, sf. [music.) a kind 

of trumpet. 
Gomo, sm. horn ; the wing of an 

army ; a cuckold. Mostrar os 

cornos^ to show one^s teeth. 
Comozollo, sm. a sort of horse- 

shoe. [horn of çlenty. 

Comucopia, sf. cornucopia, the 
Cornodagem, sf. cuckoldom. 
Gomado, a, adj. horned. — sm. 

a cuckold. 
Comuto, a, adj. hoctiA^ 
Coro, Ml. ÀoVc,c^qíraA\\A3À« 



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Coroa, 9f, crovn, çarland, dia- 
dem ; coronet ; (jji^.) sovereifçn- 
ty, raonarchy, kingdom; {fort.) 
cro'vmed-work. — de rei^ (bot.) 
the herb melilot. — do monte, 
the top of a mountain — de JV. 
Senhora, a chaplet. 

Coroação, sf. coronation. 

Coroado, a, pp. and adj. crovned, 
environned. 

Coroador, sm. he that cro-wns. 

Coroamento, sm. coronation. 

Coroar, va. to crovn ; to reward; 
to complete, to ânish. 

Coroca, sf. a sort of cloak jnade 
of bulrushes. 

Corographia, sf. chorographj. 

Gorographicainente, aav. cho- 
rographically. 

Corographioo, a, adj. choro- 
graphical. 

Corographo, sm. chorogn^her. 

CoroUa, sf. {bot.) corolU. 

CoroUario, sm. coroUarv. 

Corollifero, a, adj. {bat.) is taid 
of the chalice that is imme- 
diately near to the coroUa. 

Corollino, a, adj. {bot.) of or be- 
longing to corollk. 

Corollitica, s. and adj. f. (ordk.) 
corolitic. 

Coronal, adj. 2 g. coronaL Ouo 
— , {ancU.) the cor(mal bona. 

Coronário, a, adi. coronary. 

Coronel, sm. a coloneL 

Coronha, sf. ooloneldtxp. 

Coronha, tf. V. Cronha. 

Coronida, sf. the oornioe; {fig.) 
the end of any thing:. 

Goronilorme, adj. 2 g. coroni- 
forme. [the iead. 

Coronilha, sf. a sort of «anl for 

Cerpo, sm. body, society, eompa- 
ny, Corporation ; strength, oooa- 
sistence, thickness of solids and 
liquida ; coUection reoopilation. 
— de armas^ a breaat plate. — - 
da guarda, corps de guard. Fazer 
— , to joint, unlte, assemUe ia 
a body. Tomar — , to thickm, to 
increase. •— a corpo, mantonuou 
Em — , without the upper ceat. 
Meio — , a bust. — de direii» 
cha, the body of tbe cítU 



Espirito de — , party q^irit. Um 

— de infanteria, a bifdy of foot. 
O— de vm navio, the hull of a 
ship. — de deUcto, {in law) the 
coroner's inqnest. 

Corpo-f erário, sm. one that car- 
ries a body to the grave. 

Corporação, sf. corporation. 

Corporal, adj. 2 g. oodily, mate- 
rial, carnal. 

Corporalmente, adv. corporally. 

Corporalisar, va. {chem.) to car- 
porify. 

Corporatura, sf. corporatare. 

Corporeidade, sf. corporeity. 

Corpóreo, a, adj. corporeal. 

Corporilicação, sf. corporifica- 
tion. 

Corporificar, va. to corporify. 
Corporificm^se, vr. to be corpo- 
riâed. [corpulence. 

Corimlenoia , sf. corpulency , 

Corpulento, a, adi. corpulent, 
bulky. [cular, atomlcal. 

Corpusealar, adj. 2 g. corpns- 

Cmrpusculita, sm. atomist, cor- 
puscularian. [culo, atom. 

Corpusoulo, sm. {phys.) corpo»* 

Corra, sf. the rope that rtuts 
round with an engine called 
Nora. 

Corrêa, sf. V. Correia. 

Correada, sf. lash, a blow wtth 
a thong. 

Correagem, sf. a great deal of 
thongs. [soldier. 

Correame, sm. the thongs of a 

Correão, sm. a broad tnong of 
leather, a shoolder-beH. 

Correarta^ sf. tíie place where 
they maJce pursea, scrips, etc. 

Gonreoção, <f. correction, cor- 
rectness ; amendment ; castiga- 
tàon ; reprimand — dá» pnmasj 
Çprint) tne correcting or read- 
ing of the proofs. {tkmal. 

Gorracolona]:, adj. 2 g. eorreo- 

C(»rectamente, adv. correctlyf 
accorately. 

Gorreottvo, a, aé^. «orrecti-ve. 

— em. eocxecuTe. [exact. 
Cogre oio » a, pp. adj. conrect, 
Corrector, em. corrector, emen* 

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Gorreotora, sf. she tfaat correcta. 
Gorrectoria, 8f. the ch«rg^ of a 

corrector. 
Ck>rrectoriOf sm. a penitencial 

1[>ook, formalary. 
Corredeiras, sf. pi. is said of a 

table to dry sugar. 
CSoxredela, tf. a little conrse. 

y. Corrida. 
Corrediças, gf. pi. a sort of 

aÉLUtters or frames. 
Corrediço, a, adj. that moves on 

or upon corrediças. 
Corredio, a, adi', flo-wing'. Nó — , 

a 8li{> knot. Caoello — , lank hair. 

Caminho -~, a slipping way. 
Corredor, a, adj. runniug. — 

sm. or f. he or she that runs. 
Corredor, sm. corridor, passage, 

spy; (fort.) a covered way. — 

sm. pi. the name of two cur- 

rents in the bay of Lisbon, 
Corredoiro, sm. a race, course; 

carrousel. 
Corrednra, sf. course, race. 
Correeiro, sm. a currier, a sad- 

dler. [er, tough. 

Correento, a, adj. hard as leath- 
Correferir.vn. or Correferir-«e, 

or. to have a mutual relatâon. 
Corregedoiro, a, adj. -worthy of 

correction. 
Corregedor, sm. corregidor 

(chief magistrate In Portugal). 
Corregedoria, »/. lhe ofÉce of 

corregidor. [derivated. 

Correger, va. V. Corrigir and 
Corregixnento, sm. the stopping 

a leak. 
Córrego, sm. canal, cbannel. 
Correia, sf. strap, thong. Alongar 

a — , Ifig.) to overstain oive^s 

rights. 
Correição, sf. the going out of 

a corregidor to administer 

justice in bis circuit. 
Correio, sm. courrier, express; 

post-office, post. — de gabinete ^ 

a state-messenger. — de pé^ a 

footrDost. [of the choir. 

Correiro, sm. he "vrno takes care 
Gorrejola, sf V. Corrijola. 
CSeurrelação, sf. correíation^ cor- 

relatiTeness, mutual relation. 



Correlatado, a, pp. adj. set in a 

mutual relation. 
Correlatar, va. to correlate. 
Gorrelativainente, adv. corre- 

latively. 
Correlativo, a, adj. correlativa. 
Corrença, sf. Y. Diarrhea, 
CorrentSo , ona, adj. prompt , 

quick. Homem — , a man of gen- 

teel appearance and agreeable 

manners. 
Corrente, adj. 2 g. current, run- 

ning, common, easy to be done. 

Homem — , easy to be pleased. 

Estar — com alguemy to agree to- 

gether; free. O mez — , the pre- 

sent month. Titulo — , {jnnnt. ) 

head line of a book. 
Corrente, sf. current, stream, 

tide. — , sm. current. A carta é 

de dez do ~-, the letter is dated 

tenth instant ; conrse, progress. 

Correntes^ sf. pi. a sort of small 

tax. [easily. 

Corrente , adv. expeditiously, 
Correntemente, adv. currently, 

fluently. 
Correnteza, sf. current of water. 
Correntio, a, adj. current, that 

runs. 
Correr, vn, to ron, to flow,tofly, 

to slip, to pass away, to elapse 

Ítime) ; to circulate (a report, a 
>ook), to be in circulation ; to 
run across, to reach from eme 
side to another as a vali ; to be 
in vigour (a law). — com um ne- 
gocio, com obra^ to attend to, to 
carry ©n, to direct. Corre por 
minha conta, I vnW be an- 
swerable for it, I will take 
due care. Correr com alguém, to 
treat, to have intercourse with. 
Corre vento , the wind blows. 
Esta moeda corre, this monev 
is current. Corre voz, it is said, 
reported. Correame a obrigação, 
it IS my dnty. 

Correr-se, vr. to blush, to be 
ashamed. — com alguém, to have 
intercourse with. Correm-se hoje 
touros, there will be to-day a 
buU-fight. 

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to hunt ; to go through ; to ma 
through , to thrust. — uma 
estocada , to run throagh. — 
touros, to buli bait. — a cortina, 
to draw the curtain. — a posta, 
to ride post. — risco, to be ex- 
posed. — o mundo f to travei 
about. — os mares, to rove on 
the sea. — de cáede lá, to ramble 
about. A — or correndo, hastily. 

Correria, sf. an incursion, an 
inroad. 

Correspondência, sf. correspon- 
dence, intercourse, correspon- 
dency ; conforraity ; sympathy, 
harmony. 

Correspondente, adi. i g. cor- 
respondent, suitable, answer- 
able, corresponding, agreeable. 
— , sm. a correspondent. 

Correspondentemente , adv. 
corresponde ntly, answerably. 

Corresponder, vn. to correspond, 
to answer or agree witn, to 
máke a return lor a kindness 
or favour received. Correspon- 
der-se, vr. to hold a correspon- 
dence one with another. 

Corretagem, sf. brokerage, com- 
mission. 

Corretor,5m. broker,commission- 
agent. — de lettras, an exchange- 
broker. — de navios, a ship-bro- 
ker. — de fundos públicos, stock- 
broker. — de seguros, insurance- 
broker. — da alfandega, a custom- 
house broker. — de amores, a 
pimp. 

Corricão (a), ( old. loe. ). Caçar- 
perdizes a—, that iSjWitnsetting- 
dogs. 

Corricoche, sm. V. Sege. 

Corrida, 5/'.course, race, running. 
De — , hastily. 

Corrido, a, pp. adj.Y. Correr and 
also Envergonhado. 

Corrigir, va. to correct, to recti- 
fy ; to soften ; to reprove, to re- 
prehend, to castigate. Corrigir- 
se, vr. to correct one'8 self. 

Corrigivel, adi. 2 g. corrigible. 

Corriqola, sf (6oí.) theherb knot- 
grass. 

Corrilhelro, sm. vagabond. 



Corrilho, sm. little meeting. 
Corrimaça, sf. hubbub, clatter, 

noise, hooting. Y. Vaia. 
Corrimão, sm. flight of a stair- 

case, balustrade, hand-rail. 
Corrimento, sm. {med.) a flowing 

of humours ; fjig.) shame, blush- 

ing. [a sort of play. 

Corriola, sf. (bot.) bind-weed; 
Corripio, sm. a whirling. 
Corriqueiro, a, adj. vulgar, com- 

nion, trivial. [área, circus. 

Corro, sm. a place to bait bulis, 
Corroboração, sf. corroboration. 
Corroborado, a, pp. adj. corro- 

borated, strengthened. 
Corroborante, adj. 2 g. corrobo- 

rative, corroborant. 
Corroborar, va. to corroborate, 

to strengthen. [rative. 

Corroborativo, Atodi. corrobo- 
Corroer, va. to corroa, to eat up. 
Corrompedor, a, sm. or f. cor- 
ruptor, seducer, perverter. 
Corromper, va. to corrupt, to 

adulterate, to pervert ; to taint. 
Corrompido, a, pp. adj. corrupt- 

ed, admterated. 
Corromi>imento, «m.corrupting, 

corruption, depravation, seduc- 

tion. 
Corrosão, sf. corrosion. 
Corrosivel, adj. 2 g. that may 

be corroded. [ness. 

Corrosividade , sf, corrosive- 
Corrosivo, a, adj, corrosive, 

corrodent. 
Corruda, sf. wild aspargus. 
Comime, sm. a bore, a hole ; 

{Ag.) the regular course of a 

thmg. 
Corrupção, sf. corruption, putre- 

faction; depravation, perver- 

sity. Juiz suspeito de — , a judge 

suspected of bribery. 
Corrupio, sm. Andar n'um — , to 

be in a continuai motion. 
Corruptamente, adv. corrup- 

tibly. [pravation. 

Corruptela, sf. corruption, de- 
Corruptibilidade, sf. corrupti- 

bUity, corruptibleness. [ible. 
Corruptível, adj. 2 g, corrupt- 
Corruptlvo, a, adj. corruptive. 



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Corrupto, a, pp. adj, corrupted. 

Corruptor, a, sm. or f. corrupter, 
seducer. [vateer. 

Corsário, sm. corsair, pirate, pri- 

Corsear, vn. to tarn coruair. 

Corseiro, a, adj. errant,wander- 
ing. 

Corso, sm. {a sea term) a cruíse. 
Andar a — , to cruise ; — turf, 
race-ground. — One of the most 
freqnented streets in Rome. 

Corsolete, sm.corslet, habergeon. 

Cortabolsas , sm. pickpocket , 
cutpurse. [blade. 

Cortadeira, sf. a broad sword 

Cortadella, sf. cut, inclsion. 

Cortado, a, óp. adj. cut, spent, 
worn out. Êm quanto foi — ? 
(speaking of a captive), how 
much is to be paid for his ran- 
som? — de temor ^ frightened, 
desponded. 

Cortador, sm. sharp, cntting. 

Cortadura, sf. cut, inclsion, jag. 

Cortamão, sm. a carpenter's ruie 
or square. 

Cortamento, sm. cut. 

Cortante, adj. i g. that cuts, 
cutting. 

Cortapào, sm. {nat. hist.) a bird 
of Brazil , a kind of wood-pec- 
ker. 

Cortar, va. to cut, to cut open, 
through or out; to hew; to 
deave, to fell, to lop, to prune, 
to carve; to clip or pare; to 
trump a card ; to intercept, to 
interrupt, to traverse, to stop, 
to cut off or frustrate ; to cross 
or run across. — uma arvore, 
to fell a [tree. — a cabeça, to 
behead. — as unhas , to pare 
the nails. — herua, to mo-w tíie 
grass. — a palavra a alguém , 
to interrupt. — o coração, to 
grieve. — de vestir a alguém, to 
slander, to backbite. — por si, 
to refrain, to give up, to desist 
in order to a^oid a strife; to 
forbear. Cortar-se, vr. to cut 
one'8 self; {fig.) to fali into con- 
tradiction. 

Corte, sf, court of a prince; a 
court of justice, tribunal ; the 



residence of the king, his fami- 
ly and household. Homjem <Í0— , 
a courtier. 
Corte, sm. the edge; cut, incl- 
sion ; cutting, felling, cleaving. 
— médium, expedient. De — j-with 
the edge. Dar de — , to slash. 

— de panno, the quantity suffi- 
cient to make a sult of clothes, 
a coat, a gown, etc. — de bois, 
an ox-stall. — de ovelhas, a sheep- 
fold. — de porcos, a hog-sty. 

— de cabras, a house for goats. 

— de aves, inner-yard for 
poultry. [saluted. 

Cortejado, a, pp. adj. courted, 

Cortejador, sm. courtier, gallant. 

Cortejar, va. to court, to ílatter; 
to salute, to bow. — as senhoras, 
to court the ladies. Cortejar-se, 
vr. to salute one another. 

Cortejo, sm. attendance, suite, 
train, retinue; salutation, sa- 

. lute, bow, courtesy. 

Cortelho, sm.—de porcos, hog-sty. 

Cortes, sf.pl. the assembly of the 
three estates of a kingdom. 

Cortez, adj. 2 g. courteous, civil, 
polite. [civilly, politely. 

Cortezaxnente, adv. courteously, 

Cortezania, sf, civility, courtli- 
ness, courtesy. [tesy. 

Cortezaxiioe,£f. courtliness, cour- 

Gortezão, sm. courtier, follower 
of the court ; çallant. 

Cortezia, sf, civility, courtesy, 
courteousness ; bów, reverence, 
salutation. Ir preso d —, to be 
conducted to prison without 
being bound. — rasgada, a clown- 
ish DOW. Fazer mal uma — , to 
scrape a leg. 

Cortezmente, adv. courteously. 

Cortiça, sf^ rind, bark; cork, 
pieces of cork. [of hives. 

Cortiçada, sf. a great quantity 

Cortiçado, a, adj. covered with 
cork, bark. 

Cortical, adj. 2 g. of or belonging 
to bark. . [bark. 

Corticento, a, adj. resembling 

Corticeo, a, adj. of bark. 

Cortiço, sm. a sort of partridge. 

Cortíço, sm, hive^ b«^^ti2c<«c^. 



%«k 



cos 



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COS 



CSortiçoso, a, adj, that has the 

nature of bark. 
Gortido, a, pp. adj. soaked, 

tanned. V. Curtido. 
Cíortim, sm. tan, bark used in 

tanning hides. [curtain. 

Cortina, sf. a curtain; {fort.) 
Cortinado, sm. a set of curtains. 
Cortinhal, sm. apiece of ground. 
Cortir, va. to soak, to taxL.V. Cur- 
tir and derivated. 
Gortume, sm. a tan-yard. 
Corucheo, sm. saminit; {<m:h.) 

the chapiter of a c<^umn. 
Coruja, sf. owl. 
Coruscação , sf. corascatíon , 

flash. [cated. 

Coruscado, a, 0>. adj, coros- 
Coruscante, adj. 2 g. coruscant, 

flashing. [to shine. 

Coruscar, va. and n. to corascate, 
Coruto, sm. the top of any herb 

where the seed lies ; suxnmit. 
Corva, sf. a hen cro-vr; l/ig.) a 

brawler. [roats. 

Gorveiro, sm. sheepfold for 
Corvejado, a, pp. adj. stickled. 
Gorvejão, sm. the ham of a horse. 
Gorvejar, vn. to stickle, to ap- 

ply one's self eamestly ; to caw 

as a crow; to croak. [war. 

Corveta, sf. corvet, a sloop of 
Corvina, sf. a sort of saa-fish. 
Corvo, sm. crow, raven. — mo' 

rinho, a cormorant. 
Gorymbantes, sm. pi. coryban- 

tes, Cybele's priests. 
Gorypheu, sm. corypheus ; chief, 

leader; worthiest. 
Goryza, s. {med.) coryaa; a cold 

in the head. 
Cós, sm. — dos calções^ the "waist- 

band of the breeches. 
CoB, abbreviation from com os, 

with the, c^os olhos, with the 

eyes. 
Coscojas, sf.pl. littleiron tubs,a 

piece of a saddle. 
Gosoorão, sm. a fritter or pan- 

cake. 
Goscoro, sm. it is said of linen, 

cloth, etc, that is ^çrinkled and 

stiiTened after being washed. 
GosGorrão, S7n^ a box on úie ear. 



CoBOOTTinho > sm. money-box, 
savings, spare money; the ex- 
clusive property of a son or 
slave. 

GoscoB, sm. pi. money. [ed. 

Coscozeiro, a, adj. conic, point- 

Cosecante, sm. (geom.) cosecant. 

Cosedor, sm. a sort of fcame 
used for sticking books. 

Cosednra, sf. the act of sewing. 

Coseno, sm. (geom.) cosine. 

Coser, va. to sew, to stitch; 
ifig.) to tack. — ás punhaladas ^ 
to stab with a dagger. — um 
moutão, (a sea term.) to seize a 
block. Coser-se^ vr. to draw 
near, to approach. — com a 
terra^ to lie nat, to coast. 

Cosido, a, jyp. adj. sewed ; {fig.) 
approached. 

Cosmético, a, adj. cosmetic. — s, 
sm. pi. cosmetic preparations. 

Cosmloo, a, adj. {astr.) cosmical, 
rising or setting of a star with 
the sun. 

Gosmimetria, sf. the measure 
or measuring or the globe. 

Cosmo, sm. a great preflx signi- 
fying the "veoríd. 

Gosmocracia, sf. cosmocracy. 

Gosmocrata, sm. cosmocrat. 

Cosmogonia, sf. cosmogony. 

C(»mogonico, a, adj. pertaming 
to cosmogony. 

Cosmogonista, sm. cosmogonist. 

Cosmographia, sf. cosmography. 

Cosmo^apliioo, a, adj cosmo- 
graphical. [pher. 

Gosmograplio, sm. a cosmogra- 

Cosmolabio . wt . cosmolabe ; 
pantacosm. 

Cosmologia, sf. cosmology. 

Co8mologico> a, adj. cosmolo- 
gical 

Gosmologo, sm. cosmologist. 

Cosmometria, sf. cosmometry. 

Gosmopeia, sf. the formation of 
the universe. 

Cosmopolita, sm. or f» and adj. 
cosmopolitan, cosmopolite. 

Cosmopolitico, a, adj. that turns 
round about the world. 

Cosmorama, sm. cosmorama. 

Go8quear,oat4o s-witch, to cadgeL 



cos 



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COT 



Ck>SBario, sm» corsair. V. Cor- 
sário. 

Gossolete, srti. a corselet. 

GoBSOuros, sm. pi. {a sea term.) 
trucks. — da espora. V. Roseta. 

Gosta, sf. coast; side;rib. — da 
mão, the back of the hand. — do 
outeiro, the ridge of an biU. — 
de biscoito, a piece of biscnit. 
Commercio de — a — , coasting 
trade. Dar d — , to ran a gronnd. 

CostS, sf. cliíf, coast, the side of 
a hill. [vards, steepness. 

Costa-acima, sf. a bendin^ up- 

Goatsdas, sf, pi. sinuosities, 
meanders. 

Gostado, sm. side ; Une of con- 
sanguinity.— ÉÍe sotavento, (a sea 
term) the lee side. — de barlor 
vento, the vreather side. — s do 
navio, tbe planks that are laid 
upon a ship's sides after she is 
buiit. 

Gostai, adj. 2 ff. that belongs to 
the ribs. — , sni. a sack, half of 
the load of a horse. 

Gostaneira or Gostaleira, sf. 
waste paper ; the flank of an 
army. 

Gostaneiro, sm. and adj. paper 
of refase, the ont-side quires of 
a ream of paper. [hill. 

Gostão, adj . that is in a coast or 

Gostas, sf. pi. the back. Chtardar 
— , to back a man. Dar as — , 
to run awaj. Costas eom — , 
back to back. — do navio, ribs, 
side, timbers of a ship; [fig.) 
protection , support. Ás — , 
upon the back. De — , on the 
back, up"ward. Nas — , enelose 
pursuit. Que está de — , lying 
along on his back. 

Costeado, a, pp. adj. coasted. 

Gostear, va. and n. to coast along, 
to sail alon^ the coast. Costear- 
se, vr. to cling, to keep close to 
one^s dictates. 

Gosteira, sf. a great extension 
of sea coast. 

Costeiro, sm. the brow of a hill. 

Costeiro, a, adj' coasting, of or 
belonging to the coast. 

Gostetta, sf, a nb. Faiaas 



(anat.) short ribes. Costellas do 

navio, (a sea term.) the timbers. 
Gosto, sm. a kind or shrub. 
Gosto-sJ>doniinal, adj. {anat.) 

that belongs to the ribs and 

abdómen. 
Gosto-clavicular, adj. {anat.) 

that belongs to the ribs and 

clavícula. 
Gostra, sf. crust, scurf, scab. 
Gostrada, sf. a çreat crust. 
Gostrado, a, adj. crusty. 
Gostroso, a, a<Q'. crusty, scabby. 
Gostinxiado, a, pp. adj. accus- 

tomed, usual. [la^vr. 

Gostuznagem, sf. the common 
GoBttunar, va. and n. to have a 

custora. V. Acostumar. 
Gostuzuario, a, adj. customary, 

common. Direito — , the com- 
mon law. [custom. 
Gostuma-se, v. vnp. it is the 
Costume, sm. custom, usage, 

use, habit. Ter — de fazer, to 

be wont or used. — *, sm. pí. 

morais, manners. 
Gostara, sf. seam, sewinç; linen 

cut ready to be sewed, task. 

Sem — , seamless. Tem a cara 

cheia de costuras, his face is co- 

vered vith scars. 
Costureira, sf. seamstress. 
Gota, sf. annotation, remark; 

a coat of mail. — de faca, the 

back of a knife , — a petticoat ; 

— , a large sea-flsh. 
Cotado, a, pp. adj. coted. 
Cotador, sm. annotator. 
Gotamento, sm. annotation, re^ 

mark. 
Cotanllho, sm. {bêt.) a kind óf 

down, soft wool or fur upon 

the buds of certain trees. 
Cotão, sm. cotton, down, mossi- 

ness. [notes on. 

Cotar, va. to annotate, to make 
Cote, sm. a hone, a whet-stone; 

a thing used daily. 
Cotelado, a, pp. adj. compared, 

collated. 
CeteJador,9m. he-who compares, 

collates. [late. 

Cotejao*, va. to compare, to col- 
Gotejo, sm, coUation.^ com^^x>&^:íQ^ 



cou 



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COV 



Goteto. a, adj. and s. very little, 
dwarf. [buskins. 

Cothumado, a, adj. that brings 

Cothumo, sm. buskin or co- 
thurns ; {fig.) tragedy. 

Cotia, sf. {nat. hist.) aguti. 

Cotiar, va to use daily. 

Gótica, sf. {herald.) cotice. 

Coticado, a, adj. {herald.) coilceà. 

Goticula, sf. touch-stone. 

Gotilhão, sm. cotillon (dance). 

Gotio, a, adj. that is easily boiled 
or baked. 

Goto, sm. end, stump. — de vela, 
snuff. — de aza^ tne part of a 
"wing from the joint towards the 
body of a bird; the stump of a 
limb that has been cut oflF. 

Goto, sm. a small sword. 

Gotonias, sf. pi. dimity. 

Gotovelada, sf. hunch. 

Gotovelar, va. to elbow; V. Aco' 
tovelar. [bend,angle. 

Gotovelo, sm. the elbow, comer ; 

Cotovia, sf. a lark. 

Gotutor, sm. joint-guardian. 

Gotyledo, sm. (ôoí.) cotyledon. 

Cotyloide, adj. 2 g. {anat.) Cavi- 
dade — , cotyla. 

Couce, sm. kick, spurn. "veince; 
the butt end of a musket; the 
recoiling of a fire-arra. — da 
porta, the socket on which a 
door turns. — da procissão, the 
latter end of a procession. Um 
tira — s, a rogue. 

Gouceador, a, adi. kicking, that 
kicks. — , sm. a KÍcker. 

Goucear, va. and n. to kick, to 

wince, to jerk. 
Gouceira, sf the socket o" nhich 

a door turns, hinge ; a | la tk. 
Coucellos, sm. pi. V. Coi.c tellos. 
Gouçoeira, sf. a little cup, gob- 

let ; a thick board. 
Goudel, sm. captain, chief, com- 

mander of a troop. 
Goudelaria, sf. the offlce of 

taking care of stone-horses. 
Goudra, sf. mattress. 
Goupon, sm. coupon, dividend. 
Coura or Coira, sf. leather 
jerkin. [and derivated. 

Couraça,»/', cuirass. Y. Coiraça 



Courão, sm. harlot, prostituto. 
Coureiro , sm. currier leather- 

trader. 
Gourella, sf, a long and narrow 

piece of ground. 
Couro or Coiro, sm, hide, skin, 

leather. V. Coiro. 
Cousa, sf. a thing ; matter, busi- 
ness, affair; case, deed. Algu- 
ma — , something. O nome es- 
panta mais do que a — , the name 
frightens more than the reality. 
— de duas léguas, about two 
leagues. 
Couseiro, sm. a note-book use d 

in the inquisition. 
Cousixnento, sm. V. Escolha. 
Coutada, sf. a park. 
Coutado, a, pp. adj. forbidden. 
Coutaiuento, sm. prohibition or 

defence of hunting. 
Coutar, va. to seize for transgres- 
sion of the game laws ; to en- 
close parks for chase ; to forbid, 
to prohihit ; to fine ; to shelter. 
Couteiro, sm. a park-keeper. 
Couto, sm, shelter; park; privi- 

leged manor. 
Couve, sf. cabbage, colewort. — 
ftoTt colliflower. — repolhuda, 
white cabbage. Para voltarmos 
ás nossas —s, to return to the 
question. 
Cova, sf. hole, pit, ditch ; crave. 
Govado, sm. cubit, a flemisn ell. 
Coval, sm, a part of a church- 
yard. [grave. 

Covão, sm, a deep ditch, den; 
Covarde, adj. 2 g. coward, chick- 

en-hearted. 
Covardemente, adv. cowardly, 

shamefully. 
Covardia or Cobardia, sf. co- 

wardice, cowardliness. 
Covardice, sf. cowardice. 
Covato, sm. {agr.) a little ditch 
or furrow. — a piece of ground 
for burying the dead. 
Covedo, sm. the elbow or knee 
of an anim^. [maker. 

Coveiro, sm. a grave-digger or 
Covello, sm. a small ditch. 
Covil, sm. a den ; hole. 
Covilhete, sm. a pattypan. 



CRA 



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CRA 



CSo^lnlia, %f. a little hoie or pit ; 
a dimple m the cheek. Jogo da 
— , chuck-farthing. 

Covo, a, adj. hollow, deep, ca- 
vernous. 

Ck>vo or Covos, sm. pi. — de 
gallinhas , a pyramidal basket 
of osiers^ bulrush ; coop. 

Govocõ, sm. a passage for water 
in a sugar-mill. 

Coxa, sf. the thigh. Parte de den- 
tro da — do cavallo, gascoins. 

Coxeado, a, pp. adj, limped, 
hobbled. [bling. 

Goxeadura, sf. lameness, hob- 

Coxesir, vn. to limp, to hobble, to 
go lama. 

Coxia, sf. {in a galley) the cour- 
sey. Correr a — , to ramble. Pe- 
ça de —y (a sea term) the great 
gun on the prow. 

Coxim, sm. a cushion. 

Coxo, a, adj. lame, crípple, halt. 

Coxote, sm. defensivo armour for 
the thigh s ; cuish. 

Coz, sm. V. Cós. 

Ccaedura, sf. backing, burning. 

Cozer, va. to cook, to boil, to 
dress ; to ripen ; to digest. — no 

Í'omo, to Dake. — tijolo^ to 
lurn bricks. — a borracheira ^ 

to sleep the fumes of the wine 

away. — demasiado, to over-do. 

Cozer-sej vr. to be boiled, baked, 

dressed. [dressed. 

Cozido, a, pp. adj. boiled, baked, 
Cozimento, sm. boiling, baking, 

dressing. 
Cozinlia, sf. kitchen. Arte da — , 

cookery . Bicho de — , a scullion. 

Moça da — , a kitchen-wench. 
Cozinhada, sf, a dish ; something 

cooked. 
Cozinhar, va. to cook, to dress 

meat or victuals. 
Cozinheiro, a, sm. or f. cook, 

man-cook or cook-raaid. — a, {a 

sea term) the main stay sail. 
Crabro, sm. a kind of insect. 
Craca, sf. a channel, furrow. 

fluting of pillars; a sort or 

shell-nsh. 
Crachá , sm. grand-cross , the 

ttar of a military order. 



Craneo, sm, the brainpan, skull, 
cranium. [p^y* 

Craneographia, sf. craniogra- 

Craneolar, adj. 2 g. resembling 
the cranium. 

Craneologia, sf. craniology. 

Craneologioo, a, adj. craniolo- 
gicaJ. 

Craneologo, sm, craniologist. 

Craneomancia,«/'. craniomancy. 

Graneometro, sm. craniometer. 

Graneosoopia, sf. cranioscopy. 

Crápula, sf, surfeit, crapulence. 

Crapulosamente , adv. crapu- 
lously. 

Crapuloso, a, adj. crapulous. 

Cras, adv. {anc.) to-morrow; 
cawing. [lingly. 

Crassamente, adv. rudelv, bung- 

Crassidade, sf. crassitude. 

Crassidão, sf. crassitude, thick- 
ness. [coarse. 

Crasso, a, adi. thick, gross, 

Grasta, sf. {anc.) V. Claustro. 

Grastino, a, adj. of to-morrow. 

Cratera, sf. cup, chalice ; {phys.) 
crater mouth of a volcan. 

Gravação, sf. studded nails ; the 
setting of stones. [in gold. 

Gravado, a, pp. adj, nailed ; set 

Gravador, sm. one who sets 
gems, a jeweller ; he that nails. 
— de sapateiro, a punch. 

Gravadura, sf. naiung. 

Cravagem, sf. a disease in plants 
as the rye, etc. 

Cravar, va to nail, to fix, to 
stick into. — o punhal no peito, 
to stick the dagger into the 
breast. — o pensamento em al- 
guma cousa y to mind a thing 
and apply earnestly to it. — o 
ouro sobre a pedra, to set a 
stone in gold. 

Gravata, sf. cravat, neck-cloth. 

Craveira, sf. the holes in a horse- 
shoe; a shoemaker's size; a 
stan d ard-me asure. 

Craveiro, sm. a pot to keep 
pinks in , the plant that bears 
pinks . the clove-tree. — a, adj. 
according to the standard mea- 
sure. Palmo — , a, standard 
span< 



CRE 



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CRE 



Cravelado, a, pp, adj. fáirtened 

with nails. 
Gracejador» sm, a blackamith 

who makes nails fòr h(»««- 

shoes. 
Cravejar, va. to stad wHh nails. 
Gravelina, sf» a small kind of 

pÍDks. [buickle. 

Gravete, sm. the tongne o£ a 
Cravlja, sf. pe^, pin. 
Gravina, */. V. CUnina, 
Cravinoso, a, adi. (bot.) o£ or 

belonging to the íjunily of 

pinksL 
Craviorgão, sm. V. Clatiorgão. 
Gravlsta, sm. a haipúâiorâ 

player. 
Gravo, sm. a small nail; apink. 

— da índia, deve. — a vart ; a 

harpsichord. 
Cré, sm. cassarilla ; fuller'8 earth. 
Greação, sf. creation, creating; 

invention. [ducea. 

Greado, a, pp. adj. created, pro- 
Greador, sm. creator; inyentor, 

author. 
Greança, sf. a child. 
Grear, va. to create, to cause, to 

produce ; to invent ; to occa- 

sion, to ând. [pendant. 

Greatura, sf. creature ;{fig.) de- 
Crebro, a, adj. repeated. 
Gredeiro, a, adi. credent. 
Gredencia, sf. the table which is 

covered by the altar. 
Gredencial, adj. i g. of credence, 

credential. 
Gredendario , sm. he that has 

charge of the credencia. 
Credente, adj. 2 q. believer. 
Gredibilidade, sf. credibility. 
Greditar ,va. to make a creator. 

Creditar-se^ w. to make one's 

self creditor. 
Gredito, sm. credence, credit; 

reputation, name. 
Gredo, sm. the creed. 
Gredor, a, m. or f. creditor. ^ 

importuno^ a don. — kypothe- 

cario, mortgagee. [lously. 

Gredulaxnente , ado. credu- 
Gredulldade, sf. credolity, cre- 
daJoasaesa. 
Crédulo, a, adj. credvãou/u 



Greivd, adj. 2 g. V. Crvoei. 
Creme, tm. cream. Leite — , a 

CQStard. 
Cremeaixn» aeí/. V. Carmesim. 
Gremor, sm. cream. — de cevada^ 

the thick juice of barley. 
Grena, sf. eareening. 
Grenar, va. to careen. 
Crença, sf. belief, faith, religien. 
Crencbas. sf. pi. partition of the 

hair on the forefaead. 
Crente, adj. 2 g. and s. believer ; 

faithful. 
Grenulado, a, adi. {hot.) crenate. 
Greoflote, sm. {chem.) a sort of 

oil. 
Crepe, sm. crape. 
Crepita<;ãQ > sf. crepitation , 

crackling. [tanets. 

Crepitaciiúoe, am. pi. {ane.) cas- 
Crepitante, adj. 2 g. crepitating, 

crackling. [crackle. 

Crepitar, vn. to crepitate, to 
Crepito, a, adj. noisy, clamo- 

rous. Frous. 

Crepitoso, a, adj. noisy, clamo- 
Crepudina or Crapodiíia, sf. 

toadstone, bufonita. 
CrepundiOB , sm. pi. a child's 

playthings. 
Crepuaciilar, adj. 2 g. crepus- 

cular, crepusculoua. 
CrepoBCular, vn. to dark, to dim, 

to cloud. 
Creposcolo, sm. crepuscule, 

twilight. 
Crer, va. to believe, to credit 

upon the authorit^r of another, 

to trust to; to think. Crer-sey 

vr. to think or believe one's 

self. [overplus. 

Creaoença, sf. growth, increase ; 
Crescendo, aav. {mus.) cres- 
cendo. 
Crescente, adj. 2 g. crescent, 

growing, increasinç. 
Crescente, sf. swelling of a ri- 

ver» tide ; rising, height, high- 

est pítch, heat, ardour. — » sm. 

a crescent. 
Crescer, vn. to grov, to rise, to 

sprÍDg, to increase; to become 

more violent or intense; to 

superabeund. 



CRI 



— »1 — 



CRI 



CSrescido, a, pp. adj. growii, &eig- 

mented, grwing; large, exten- 

ded, tall, wide. 
Gresoimento , am. groirth, in- 

crease ; a fit of fever, paroxysm. 
Grespão, sm. a sort of cnsped 

fine -«roollen stuff. 
GreapidSo, sf. roughii«ss. 
Crespina, sf, a sort of coif. 
Crespo, a, adj. crisped, carled. 
Gzssta, sf. the takinf the honejr 

from the bee-fatves ; olast blight. 

Dar uma — , ifig.) to rob, to 

spoil. 
Cresta -colmeias, sm. he who 

takes the honey away £rom the 

hives. [bumt. 

Crestado, a, pp, adj. somevhat 
Grestadeira, sf. an iron's inatra- 

ment for taking the honey from 

the hives. 
Grestador, «m. and adj. tiiat 

takes away the iioney from the 

hives. 
Crestadnra, sf. a small boming. 
Grestamento, mu the *ct of 

buming. [buck. 

Grestão, sm. a gelded he-goat, a 
Crestar, va. to Dum a Uttle ; to 

rob, to pluxider. [fannel. 

Greta, af, {bat.) a sort of sea- 
Cretaoeo, a, adj. cretaceoos, 

mariy. [chalk. 

Greve, sm. he who soores with 
Cria, sf. & colt or fbaL 
CriaçSo, sf edueation, reaxiog, 

bringing up, breedlng; covey, 

-stnd, the yoang of atiniala; 

food breediag; ue having heen 
red up together. 
Criada, sf. woman, maid-^ervant. 
Gráadfiira, sf a good lemaLe 

feeder, a nurae. 
Criado, a 4 pp. odA. «hicsted, 

reared, breid. Mal-^^ ill-brsd. 

Bem ~, well fleshed, £Rt; -veUr 

bred. 
Criado, sm, servant, domestie. 
Criadoíiio, jm. nursery; jeed- 

plot. 
Criador, a, odj, and «. fertile, 

that nonrishes ; a hreeder. 
C Wfcm e iít o» Ml. •dnmtiaii, nar^ 

IDg.. . 



Criança, tf. child. Y. Creoa^ 

Criar, va. to nurse ; to breed ; to 
bringh forth. — ao peito, to 
sackie; to get, to beget, to cause; 
to nourish, to promote ; to raise, 
to let grow. — raízes j to shed or 
put fortii roots. — matéria a 
chaga, to suppurate. — boler, 
to gro-vr momdy. — forças, to 
ac^uire strength. O ócio cria 
viciosy idleness begets vice. 
Criar-se, vr. to grow, to growap, 
to swarm (speaking of worms). 

Criatura, sf creature. V. Cr0«- 
tura. [dormouse. 

Criceto, âm. {nat. bist.) a sort oí 

Crido, a, pp. adj. believed. 

Crime, sm. <;rime, sin, gailft, 
guiltiness. >- de lesa magestade, 
high treasoD. Juiz do -^^ a 
judge in criminal causes. — 
adj. i ff. criminal. 

Crimemente, adv. criminally. 

Grixneza, sf. severity, rigour. 

CrlminaçSo, sf crimínation. 

Criminado, a, pp. adj. incrimi- 
nated, accusated. 

Criminador, a, sm. or f he ihtí 
incriminates. 

Criminal, adj. f a. críminal, 
goilty; severe, craobed. 

Criminalidade, sf. criminality. 

Criminalista, sm, a writer ou 
criminal lair- 

CrlBiinar, va. to criminate, to 

incxiaiinate. Criminar-se, or. to 

ikooue oiie*8 self of a crime. 
Crimtaavel, adj. 2 g. that may 

be criminal; «ondemnable. 
Griminosamente, ado. crimi- 

nously. [goilty, wickad. 

Criminoso, a, adj. criminal; 
Crina or<3lttt«, sf. mane. Crina» 

do cometo, tile iMams of a comet. 
Crina, s. mane, horee-hair. 
Grlnifioo, a, adj. producing 

hairs. 
CrlBisparso, a, adjs that has 

dishevelled luurs. 
Grinitoi, a, adj. ihat has a mane; 

dinite, aúry. 

rino, ««. {bot.) akind of qIabAíí 



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Crioulo, a, sm. or f, creole, a 

native descended of Kuropean 

parents ; a home-born slave. 
Grique, sm. {nat. hist.) a sort of 

parrot. 
CSriS; adj. m. Sol — , Lua — , an 

eclipse of the sun or moon. 
Gris, sm. a malay dagger. 
Grisada, sf. a stroke with the 

cris. 
Crise or Criais, sf. crisis. Dia 

de — criticai day; a sort of 

woollen cloth. 
Crismar, wo.to coníirm. V. Chris- 

mar and derivated. 
Crispação, sf. crispation, wrin- 

kling; shivering, rigor. 
Crispado, a, ad/, Y * Encrespado. 
Crispatura, sf. crispation, shri- 

vefiing 
Crista, sf. the comb of a cock or 

hen, crest. Joaar as cristas ^ to 

íight. — de gaílo^ {bot.) a sort of 

tree; herd, crista-galli. 
Cristado, a, adj. crested, tufted. 
Cristal, sm. crystal. V. Crystal 

and derivatea. 
Cristel, sm a clyster. 
Critério, sm. criterion. 
Critica, sf. criticism, censure, 

critique. [censured. 

Criticado, a, pp. adj. criticized, 
Criticador, a, sm. or f, critic, 

censurer, examiner. 
Criticar, va. to criticize, to cen- 
sure, [criticized. 
Criticável, adi. 2 g. that may be 
Critico, a, aaj. criticai, censo- 

rious. Dia — , day of crisis. — 

sm. a critic, censu: r. 
Crivação, sf. {pharm.\ siftiBg. 
Crivado, SL,jit,adj. sifted. 
Crivar, va. to sift, to riddle. 
Crivei, adj. 2 g. credible. 
Crivelmente, adv, credibly. 
Criviforme, adj. 2 g, of or be- 

longing to crivo. 
Crivo, sm. sieve, riddle. 
Grivoso, adj. lanat) so is called 

the ethmoidai boné. 
Gró, sm. the cackline^ of hens. 
Groca, sf. a piece of timber of a 

plough. [a cherry. 

CrffOíu, sm, a jsrecipus atone li&e 



Grooe, sm, {bot.) a sort of herb. 
Groceo, a, adj. croceous, sailron 

coloured. 
Crocitado, a, pp. adj. croaked. 
Crocitar, vn. to croak Uke a 

crow. 
Croco, sm. saffron. V. Acafr&o. 
Crocodiliano , a, or Crocodi- 

lino, a, adj. crocodiline. 
Crocodilo, sm. crocodile. 
Crocota or Crocuta, sf. {nat, 

hist.) name given anciently to 

the nyaena. 
Cronha, sf. the stock of a 

gun, etc. 
Cronheiro, sm. a man that makes 

stocks of guns. 
Crónica, Cronologia and deri- 
vated. V. Chronica, ChronO' 

loffia. 
Croque, sm hook, grapple, polé, 

grapnel. 
Croquinhas, sf. pi. Sentar-se de 

— , to squat. 
Crosta, sf. scab. 
Crotalo, sm. {ant.) crotalum; 

castanets of the priests of Cy- 

bele. 
Cru, a, adj. raw ; indigested , un- 

cooked. Seda crua, raw silk. 

Humor — , a crude humour. 
Cruamente, adv. rudely, cruelly. 
Cruoesignato, a, adj. marked 

with a cross. 
Crucial, adj, ig, crucial. 
Grucianella, sf. {bot,) crucia- 

nella. 
Cruciar, va. to cruciate, to tor- 
ture. V. Martyrisar, 
Cruciíerario, sm. he that carries 

the cross. 
Crucifero, a, adj. craciferous, 

that has a cross. 
Crucificação, sf. crucifixion. 
Crucificado, SL^pp. adj, crucifled. 
Crucificador, sm, he that inflicts 

the punishment of nailing to a 

cross. 
Gruoifioamento, sm, crucifixion. 
Crucificar, va. to crucify. 
Crncdfiacão, sf. crucifixion. 
Gmoifixo, sm, a crucifix. 
GmolfQnne, adj, 2 g, crucifomi. 
Groioimt sf» a sort of maaioo. 



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CSrael, adj. 2 g. cruel, merciless ; 
sanguinary, inhoman ; âerce. 

Craeldade, sf. cruelty, inhiiman- 
ity, barbarity. 

Gruelmente, adv, cruelly, inhu- 
manlj. 

GmentaçSo, sf. bloodshed. 

Gmentamente, adv, in a bloody 
manner. 

Graentar, va. Y. Ensanguentar. 

Cruento, a, adj. bloodj, sangui- 
nary. 

Crueza, sf. crudity ; cruelty. 

Gruor, sm. cruor, the red part of 
the blood. 

Crural, adj. 2 g. {anat.) crural, 
pertaining to the \eg. 

Crusta, sf. crast, scab. 

Crustáceo, a, adj. {nat. hist.) 
crustaceous. 

Crustoso, a, adj. crusty. 

Gruta, sf. sea-bream (âsh). 

Cruz, sf. cross; rood; (fig.) af- 
fliction, trouble. Em — , cross- 
"wise. — nos cabos (a sea term.) 
cross in the hawse. Pâr as ver- 
gas em — , (a sea term) to square 
the yards. 

Cruzada, sf. crusade, holy war. 

Cruzado, a, pp. adj. crossed; 
folded. [(Portuçuese coin). 

Cruzado, sm. crasade, crusado 

Cruzador, sm. cruiser. 

Cruzados, sm. pi. crasaders. 

Cruzamento, sm. crossing. 

Cruzar, va. to cross, to lay 
across, to draw cross lines. — 
vn. to come across ; (a sea term) 
to cruise. Cruzar-se^ vr, to cross 
or cut one another. 

Cruzeiro, sm. a lar^e cross; 
the great nave or Dody of a 
church; ^astr.) the Crosiers, 
constellation ; (a sea term) a 
cruise. [cross. 

Cruzeiro, a, adj. that has a 

Cruzeta, sf. a little cross. 

Crsrpta, sf. {arch.) crypt. 

Cryptogama, *. {bot.) crypto- 
gam. 

Cr3rptogamia, sf. cryptogamy. 

Grsrptogamo, a, adj. cryptoga- 
mian. [P^J* 

Gryptographia, sf, cryptogra- 
Pártb I. 



Crsrptographicaniente , ado, 

. cryptographically. 
Cryptopraphico, a, adj. crypto- 

graphical. [pner. 

Cryptographo, sm. crjrptogra- 
Cryptologia, sf. cryptology. 
Cryptonimo, sm. and adj. is 

said of an author concealin^ 

his name by a transposition of 

its letters. 
Grystal, sm. crystal. 
Crystallino, a, adj. cristalline. 

Jaumor — , {med.) icy humour. 
CryBtallisação, sf. crystallisa- 

tion. [lized. 

Crsrstallisado, a,pp. adj. crystal- 
Crystallisar, va. to crystallize. 
Crystallographia, sf. crystallo- 

graphv. 
Crystallographo, sm. crystal- 

lographer. 
Crystallomancia, sf. crystallo- 

mancy (divination by the crys- 

tals). 
CryBtel, sm. clyster. 
Cu, sm. breech, arse, fundament, 

backside. 
Guada, sf. a fali on the backside. 
Cuba, sf. a wine vat. 
Cubelsas, sf. pi. cubebs. 
Cubeiro, a, adj. that has been 

into a tub. [and derivated. 

Cuberta, sf. a cover. V. Coberta 
Cubica, sf. covetousness, cupid- 

ity. 
Cubicado, a, pp. adj. coveted. 
Cubiçante, ajdj. 2 g. that covets, 

desirous. [after. 

Cubicar, va. to covet, to lust 
Cubico, a, aéí' cubic, cubicai. 
Cubiçoso, a, adj. covetous. 
Cubiçoseunente, adv. with cove- 
tousness. 
Cubiculario, sm. a gentleman of 

the bed-chamber. 
Cubiculo, sm. cell. V. Cella. 
Cubital, adj. 2 g. cubital, belong^ 

ing to the elbow. 
Cubito, sm. cubit, cubitus. 
Cubo, sm. cube tub ; bucket, pail. 
Cubo-oubo, sm. {arith.) cubo- 

cube. 
Gubrlr, va, V. Cobrir. 

CaoaxÁa)8f.ait«««xv>^^ws^^ 



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CUM 



Mastro de - , lofky greased 

pole (capped vnih prizes for 

the clirabers). 
Gucame, sm. cockal. 
Cnchialiár, vn. to whii^cr. A 

acção de — , whis|>eiing« 
Giiohicho, sm. whispexiitg,whi3- 

per. [cuckoo. 

Cuco, sm. ( nat, kist. ) cuckow, 
Cucufa, sf. a sort oi coif with 

cephaiic medicines. 
Gttcula, sf. amonk^s cowl or hood ; 

{nat. hist.) cacuUus. [hooded. 
Gnonlar, adj. 2 o. ctumUate, 
Cnoumelo, sm. V. Cogumelo. 
Cncnrbita, sf. cucurbite. 
Cncarbitino, a, adj. cscurbi- 

taceons. [af ji vanlt. 

Gucurecheo, sm. the key-«tone 
Cacuruoú, sm. a word to imiftste 

cock-crowing. 
Gaoamto. sm. V. Caramanchão. 
Cuecas, sf. pi. trowsers, dravers. 
Cueiros, sm. pi. clouts, «wad- 

dling clothes. 
Cuia, sf. a cuç made of a goard 

cut by the middle and dried or 

made of a large nut. 
Cuidação. sf. cogitation. 
Culdadaxnente, adv. carefnlfy, 

attentively. 
Cuidado, sm. care, diligence, 

study , attention ; anxiety, solici- 
tude, tronble, affliction. JVSo 

vos dê isso — , never mind. 
Cuidadosamente. acív.carefoUy. 
Cuidadoso, a, adj. carefol, oi- 

ligent, mindful. 
Cuidar, mu to take care, to 

reliect; to think, to believe, to 

mind. — . vn. to be anxioas. 
Cuido, sm. care, imagiuatkm. 
Cuidoso, a, adj. careiul, diligent. 
Guita. sf. pain, grief, -aiOietian. 

trouble. 
Cujo, a, pron. rei. -whoae, of 

which, oi vhom ; whereof. 
Culatra, sf. the butt end of a 

rausquet. 
Culebrina. sf. culverin. 
Cull. S7n. cullis, the strained jnioe 

of boiled meat. 
Culinário, a, adj. culinary. 
Culmifero, a, adj. cuUqIíbkhu. 



Colmiitação, sf. culmination. 
Culminado, a, jop. adj. culmina- 

ted. [^?* 

Culminante, adj. 2 g. culmina- 
Colminar, vn.{astr.) fo cobninate. 
Culpa, sf. fault, sin,ofrence, error. 

Ter a — , to be the <^use. 
Culpabilidade, sf. culpability, 

culpableness. 
Gulpadamente, adv. colpahly. 
Culpado, a, pp. adj. guilty, ac- 

cused, incriminated, sinfoL — , 

sm. ciúprit. 
Culpar, va. to aocuse, to incri- 

minate. Culpar-se, vr. to aocuse 

one'8 self. [sinful, guilty. 

Culpável, adj. 2 a. culpable, 
Culpavebnente, adv. guiltilj. 
Cultamente, adv. elegantly. 
CultiTação, sf. cultupe, cultiva- 

tion. 
Cultivado, eL.pp. adj. cultivated. 
Cultivador, a, sm. or/.cultivator, 

husbandman, agriculturist. 
Cultivar, va, to cultivate, to till. 

Cultivar-se^ vr. to be cultivated. 
Cultivável, adj. 2 g. cultivable, 

capable to be tilled. 
Cultivo, sm. culture. 
Culto, a, adj. correct, puré. 

lÁngua — a, refíned langoage. 
Culta, sm, worship, honour, re- 

spect. [lover, observer. 

Cultor, «m. -«rorshipper ; {fig.) 
Cultura, sf. culture, tillage, 

husbandry, 
Cum, adv. for Com um^ with a 

or an, with one. 
Cumbado, a, adj. crooked. 
Cume, sm. the top, the hei^ht; 

the highest pitch of any thiug. 
Ciiminda, sf. top, ridge. 
Cumieira, sf. the height; the 

oovering of a honse; ridge 

lead, gutter tile. 
Cumplioe, adj. 2 g. aceomplice. 
Cumplimentario, sm. a respon- 

sible partner. 
Gaasprklo, A^jpp. adj^ acoom- 

plished, performed. 
Gumcuridc»*, a, adj. that accom- 

j)lÍM)e8 or perfonos. 
Cumprimento, sm. execution, 

aocompliahment. 



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CUR 



Cimmrir, va, to accomplish, to 

falnl, to perform. Cumpre^ vn. 

imp. it is ât, suitable. Cuwyprir' 

se, vr. to be accomplÍBhed. 
Gnznpto or Compito, sm. sim, 

campntfttion. 
GasuuaçSo, sf. cumulatíoA. 
Cumulado, a, pp. adj. acctunu- 

lated, íilled up. [he«{> up. 

CumuUur, va. to accumuLate, to 
GomuUrtivamente, adv. {inlaw) 

m an accnmulative manner. 
Cumulativo, a, adj. {law term) 

accumulative. 
Cumulo, sm. aocumulation ; 

height, top, pitch ; pile, lieap ; 

the LeÍEiping: of a measure. 
Cuna, sf. a cradle. 
Guneiíonne, adj. 2 g. cimeiform. 
Cuneo, sm. {antiq.) a battalion 

dra^VB up in form of a wedge. 
Guneta, sf. {fort.) cunette. 
Cunha, sf. a wedge, a coió. 

Cunhas -de miro, V. Palmeta. 
Canhada, sf. sister-in-law. 
Cunhadio, sm. tbe affínity 

amongst brothers-in-law. 
Cunhado, sm. brother-in-law- 
Cuiohado, a, j^p. adj. coíned. 
Gunhador, sm. coiner of money. 
Gunhaes, sm.pl. coins or quoins ; 

the corners of walls; QpL) of 

Cunha. 
Cunhal, sm. an angle or oorner. 
Cunhar, va. to coin monej. 
Cunhete, sm. a Uttle v^ssel to 

put dry figs in. 
Cunho, sm. a stamp to coin 

money vith. 
Cunicmo, sm. V. Subterrâneo. 
Cupaiba, sf.Y. Copaiba. 
CvqpSio, sm. conpon, dividend. 
Cupidineo, a, adj. belougiag to 

Cupido. [greedy. 

Cupido, a, adj. cupid, covetons, 
Cupido, «7». Cupid, love. 
Cupim, sm. insect of BraziL 
Cupulo or Cupola, sf. cupola, 

dome. 
Cupreo, a, adj.cupreous,coppery, 
CTi«|Btada, sf. the noise maae by 

tbe monkeys. 
Cura, «an. carate, rector ; it -core, 

saBatían ; aaee^ tcoubk. 



Gurabilidade, sf. curableaess. 
GaraçSo, sf. cure, sanation. 
Curadia, sf. the charge of a 

curator. [iúl. 

Curado, a,pjB. adj. cured, heiutíi- 
Curador, «, sm. or f. gíiardian, 

tutor, curator. 
Curadoria, sf. guardianship. 
Curandeiro or Curadeiva, tm, 

an empiric, a quack. 
Curar, va. to cure, to heal, to 

take oare. — uma ferida i, to 

dress a woond. — linho., to 

Ueach yarn. — carne, peixe, to 

dry, smoke or preserve meat, 

fish, etc. — , vn. to regard. Cti- 

rar^e, w. to be cured. 
Curathro, a, adj. medicinal, phy- 

sicaL — 4 sm. treatment, curmg, 

cure. 
Curato, sm. parsonage. 
Goravel, adj. 2 g. curaUe. 
Curcuma, sf. {bot) turmeric. 
Cúria, sf. « court of justice, tri- 
buna], [court of Justice. 
Curiaes, sm. pi. members of the 
Curial, adj. i g. belonging to the 

cúria. [manner. 

Curlalmonte, adv. in a curial 
Cnrlão, sm. (hist.) the chief priest 

in each cúria. 
CnrioBamente, adv. curiously. 
Curiosidade, sf. curiosity, ra- 

ritv. 
Curioso, a, adj. curious, inqui- 

sitive ; nice, neat, rare. — , sm. 

or f. a curious man or woraan. 
Curral, sm. an enclosure to house 

cattle; «ow-house, ox-stidl; 

hog's sty. — de ovelhas, a sheep- 

fold. [age. 

Gurralagem, sf. stabling, stall- 
Gurraleiro, a. adj. Gado — , that 

sleepB in stable. 
Curricar, vn. to run to and fro. 
Cursado, a, pp. adj. V. Cursar 

and Versíido. 
Cursante, adj. 2 g. blo\ríng con< 

tinually (wind). 
Cursar, va. to ease one's self; 

to frequent the schools ; to 

{)rofes8 or exercise a particu- 
ar calling. — ., tm. t» V>\cr« <yQro=' 
tiauál^Y ^-wm^. Cw%am -ttcoX^^* 



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norteSf the north "winds prevail. 
— , to carry (speaking of guns, 

etc.)- 
Cursavel, adj. 1 g. current. 

Corsios, sm. pi. a sort of hares 

which nin very fast. 
Cursista, sm. student, he who 

frequents the schools. 
Cursivo, a, adj. cursive, run- 

ning. Letra —a, cursive hand. 

— {print.) Italic lelter. 
Curso, sm. career, course, race. 

— de liçõeSy a course of lectares. 
RunniDg , stream , direction ; 
treatise. — do corpo ^ going to 
stool. 

Cursor, sm. carrier, courser, mes- 

senger. [of the belly. 

Cursos, sm. pi, looseness, flux 
Curta, sf. Pôr alguém d — , to 

speak ill of one. 
Curtamente , adv. timorously , 

stringily. 
Curteza, sf. shortness. 
Curtido, a, pp. adj. dressed, 

tanned. [tans. 

Gurtidor, sm. tanner, he that 
Curtidura, sf. tanninç. 
Curtimento, sm. tanning. 
Curtir, va. to tan, to soak; ifig.) 

to exercise, to inure. 
Curto, a, adj. short, brief ; weak, 

heavy, tardy. Ter a intelligencia 

curta, to be shortwitted. 
Curucheo, sm. V. Corucheo. 
Curuja, sf. V. Coruja. 
Curul, aàj. 2 g. curule. 
Curuta or Cruta, sf sea-fish. 
Curva, sf. curve, the ham . of 

oDe's leg. 
Curvaça, sf. jardes (In a horse}. 
Curvado, a, pp. adj. curvatea, 

curve, bent. 
Curvadura, sf. curvature, crook- 

edness. 
Curvai, adj. 1 g. pertaining to 

the ham of one^s leg. 
Curvamente , ado. curvedly, 

crookedly. 
Curvar, va. to bow, to bend, to 

curve. Curvar-se, vr. to bow 

down, to grow crooked. 
Curvas, sf.pl. (a sea term) knees. 

-^áía aòartona^ lodging knees. 



— da coberta, deck transom 
knees, etc. 

Curvatura, sf. curve, curvature. 

Curveta, sf. curvet, curvetting. 

Curvetettur, t^n. to corvet. 

Curvidade, sf. crookedness. 

Curviferreo, a, adj. of crooked 
iron. 

Curvilíneo, a, adj. igeom.) cur- 
vilinear, curvilineal. 

Curvo, a, adj. arched, corved, 
bent, crooked. [dodder. 

Cuscuta, sf. ibot.) the herb 

Cuscuz, sm. a kind of eatable 
made of the finest flour. 

Cuscuzeiro, sm. a kind of earthen 
vessel to boil the cuscuz in. 

Cuspe, sm. very small fishes. 

Cuspidato, a, adj. {bot.) cus- 
pated. 

Cúspide, sm. {bot.) cusp. 

Cuspldeira, sf. a spitting-box. 

CuiB^ido, a, pp. adj. spit. 

Cuspidor, sm. spítter; a spit- 
ting-box. [ting. 

Cuspidura, sf. the act of spit- 

Cuspinhador, a, sm. or f. he tnat 
spíttes often. 

Cuspinhadura, sf. the act of 
spitting often. [salivate. 

Cuspinhar, vn. to spit often, to 

Cuspir or Cospir, vn. to spit, to 
expectorate. 

Cuspo, sm. spit, spittle. 

Custa, sf. cost, charge, expenso. 

Custado, a, pp. adj. cost, that is 
expensive. 

Custagem, sf. cost, expensa. 

Custar, vn. to cost, to be expen- 
sive, dear or painful. 

Custeado, a, pp. adj. disbursed. 

Custeamento, sm. disbursement. 

Custear, va. to disburse, to de- 
fray. 

Custo, sm. cost, expense, loss. 

Custode, adj. 2 g. Anjo — , tute- 
lary angel. 

Custodia, sf. costody. 

Custodiado, a, pp. adj. kept, 
imprisoned. 

Custodiar, va. to take hold, to 
imprison. 

CustòdlOi sm. a warden. 

Gostosamente, adv. costly. 



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Custoso, a, adj. costly, surap- 

tuous; troublesome, painful. 
Cutâneo, a, adj. cutaneous. 
Cutela, sf. a large knife. 
Cutelaria, sf. cutlery. 
Cutelelro, sm. a cntler. 
Cutelo, sm. cutlass, han^er. — s, 

(falconry) the scarcel teathers. 

— (a sea term) studdin^-sails. 
Cutícula, sf. {anat.) cuticle. 
Cutilada, sf. cut. 
Cutileiro, sm. a cutler. 
Cútis, sf. {anat.) skin. 
Cutter, sm. a cutter. 
Guvilheira, sf V. Cubilheira. 
Cyano, sm. {bot.) cyanus. 
Cyanogeneo, sm. (chem.) cyano- 

gen. 
Cyanometro, sm. cyanometer. 
Cydaminis or Cyclame, sf. 

{òot.) sow-bread, cyclaraen. 
Cyclico, a, adj. cyclical. Poema 

— , fugitive põem. 
Cyclo, sm. cycle. 
Cycloide, adj. 2 g. cvcloidical. 

— , sm. {geom.) cycloide. 
Cyclometria, sf cyclometry. 
Cyclopes, sm.pl. {myth.) the cy- 

clops. [instruraent. 

Cyclotomo, sm. {med.) a surçical 
Cyllndrico, a, adj. cylindrical, 

cylindric. 
Cylindro, sm. cylinder. 
Cyllndroide, adj. 2 g. cylin- 

droidal. 
Csrxnbalo, sm. cymbal. 
Cynegetico, a, adj. cynegetic. 
Cynico, a, adj. cynic, cynical. 
Csrnismo, sm. impudence, cynic 

habita ; the doctriue of the 

cynics. [snap-dragon. 

Cynocephalos , sm. {naU hist.) 
Cynoglossa, sf {bot.) hDund'8 

tongue. 
Cynosura, sf. {astron.) cynosure. 
Cypreste, sm. cypress. 
Cysne, sm. swan . 
Cystico, a, adj. {anat.) cystic. 
Cystiphlogia, sf {med.) a ner- 

vous pain in the bladder. 
Cysto or Cyste, sm. a bag con- 

taining some morbid matter. 
Gystopíexia, sf. (med.) cysto- 

plexy. 



Csrstotomia, sf. {surg.) cysto- 

tomy. 
Cjrtherea, sf. Vénus. 
Cythereo, a, adj. of or belonging 

to Cythera or Vénus. 
Cytiso, sm. V. Codesso. 
Czar, sm. czar. 
Czarina, sf. czarina. 
CzaroiTvltz, sm. czarowitz. 



D sm. fourth letter of the alpha- 

bet; in Portuguese before a 

proper name signiâes Dom. 
D% art. and prep. V. Da and Do. 
Da, art. and prep. (contraction of 

de, and a) of, from the. 
Dação, sf. {in law) the act ot 

giving a thing as a payment ot 

another. 
Da Capo, sm. {mus.) da capo. 
Dactylico, a, adj. dactylic. 
Dactyliographia, sf. dactylio- 

graphy. 
Dactyliologia, sf. dactyliology. 
Dactylo, sm. dactyl. 
Dactylologia, sf dactylology. 
Dada, sf. donation. [sent. 

Dadiva, sf donation, gift, pre- 
Dadival, adj. 2 g. that may be 

given as a gift. 
Dadivar, va. to do a gift. 
Dadivosaxnente, adv. generous- 

ly, liberally. [rous. 

Dadivoso, a, adi. liberal, gene- 
Dado, a, pp. adj. given; civil, 

gentle. — que, conj. although. 
Dado, sm. die, dice (to play with). 
Dador, sm. giver, donor, bes- 

tower. [type* 

Daguerrot3rpar, va. to daguerro- 
Daguerrotypo, sm. daguerro- 

type. 
D'a£LÍ, adv. from thence. 
Dala, sf. water-pipe, water-con- 

duct; pump-dale. 
Dalaça, sf. a kind of ship. 
D'alli, adv. from thence. 
Dalmatioa, sf. dalmatic. 
Dama, sf. lady ; <yaA«VL <>\. ^^Jtí^,. 



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at chess ), a man (at draughtsj. 
Jogo das — s, draughts. — de 
konray a maid of honour. MuUier 
— , a kept mistress, sweetrheart, 
Fazer — , to king a man at 
draughts. [ked. 

Daxnascado, a, pp. adj. damas- 

Damasco, sm. damask ; apricot. 

Damasqueiro, sm. an apricot- 
tree. 

DamasquiUio, sm. damask. 

Daxnasquino, a, adj. damasked. 

Damice or Damaria, $/. delicacy , 
aífectation. 

Daninação , sf. condemnation , 
damnation. 

Damnado, a, pp. adj. enraged, 
mad, furious. [damage. 

Daxnnador, sm. he that makes 

Damnamento, sm. detriment, 
loss, prejudice. 

Daxnnar, va. to damn, to offend, 
to damnify, to spoii. Damnar-se, 
vr. to be corrupted; to grow 
mal (dog.) (loss. 

Daranificação , sf. detriment , 

Damnificado, a, j^. adj. damni- 
fied, hurt. 

Damnificador , sm. one that 
damnifies. [hurt. 

Damnificar, va. to damnify, to 

Damnifico, a, adj. that damni- 
fies. [chievous. 

Damninho, a, adj. hurtfal, mis- 

Damno, sm. detnment, loss, da- 
mage, hurt. 

DamnosaxneAte, adv. hrurtfully. 

Damnoso, a, adj. mischievous» 
hartful. 

Daxno, 57n. niffian, bnlly. 

I>ança, sf. dance. 

Dançadeira, sf. a woman dancfr. 

Dançador, a. svi. or /'. dancer. 

Deuaçante, òm. or /. dancer, — 
em corda, rope-dancer. 

Dançar, va. to dance. Fazer — 
alguém, {fig.) to lead one a 
(lancp.^ [in a theatre. 

Dançarino, a, sm. or f. a dancer 

D'anten.ão , adv. beforehand , 
aforehand. Pensar — , to pre- 
meditate. [cedently. 

D antes. adv. before, first, pre- 

D'aquem, adv. on this side. 



D'aqai, adv. hence, from this 
place. 

Dar, va. and n. to give, to bestow» 
to give up, to cause. — em al- 
guém, to beat, to strike. — hortu 
(o relógio), to strike. — a vela^ to 
sail. — em secco, to run a grotmd. 
Dar prefixed to substantives 
denotes an action, and is rend- 
ered in English by the verb 
formed of the noun. — leite^ to 
suckle. — parte, to impart. — 
fé, credito, to credit. — vozes^ 
to cry out. — com alguém^ to 
light upon, to find out one. — 
de mão em mão, to hand. JSsta 
arvore dá bom fructo, this tree 
bears fine fruit. Quem me dera 
estar em ca^a! how fain would 
I be at home ! Que idade dais a 
este homem? how old do you. 
take that man to be? Dar-se, 
vr. — a, to give one's self to, to 
devote one^ self. — por^ to ao- 
knowledge ; to set up for. — bem 
na terra (speaking of men and 
plants) is for the climate, to 
agree with. Não se me dá d^isso, 
I don't mind, I take no concern 
in it. Pouco se me dá, I little 
care for that. [garment 

Darandela, sf. a sort of anclent 

Dardada. sf. a blow T^ith a dart. 

Dardanario, sm. engrosser, mo- 
nopolist. 

Dardejado, a, pp. adj. darted. 

Dardejante, adj. 2 g. darting. 

Dardejar, va. to dart. 

Dardo, sm. a dart, javelin. 

Dares, sm. pi. — e tomares^ chi- 
ding, contention, debate. 

Darta, sf. tetter. 

Dartoa, sm. {anat.) dartos. 

Dartoso, a, adj. impetiginous, 
scabby. 

Dasymetro, sm. dasymeter. 

Data, sf. date. Pôr a — , to date. 

Datado, a, pp. adj. dated. 

Datar, va. to date, to mark the 
date. [Rome. 

Dataria, sf. the chancery of 

Datario, sm. datary. 

Datilado, a, pp. adj. that has the 
colour of a date. 



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DEB 



Datile, sm. date. 
Datileira, sf. date-tree. 
Datismo, sm. datism. 
Dativo, sm. (gram.) the datire 

case. 
D^avante (a sea term) before. 
De, jwcp.firom, by, of, for. — aqui, 

hence. — todo, entirely. — porta 

em porta, from door to door. — 

noite e — dia by night and day. 

Perma — escrever, a pen to -write 

"vdth» 
Dèa, s/l^ goddeas, dnrinityv 
Deadto, sm. deanship. 
DeaUtaçSc, sf. dealDatíon. 
Dealbar, va. Y. Branquear and 

deriyated. 
Deambulação, sf. deambnlation. 
Deambiilar-ae , vr.. {med.) to 

spread itself. [btdatory. 

Deambulatório, a, aaj^ deam- 
DeSo, «m. dean. 
Dearrezoar, vn. to diapute. 
Deartícalação, sf. dearticnla- 

tion. [nounced dearly. 

Dearticulado, a, pp. adj. pro- 
Dearticular, va. to articulate. 
Debaixo, ado. and prep.. nnder, 

from undez^ beneath,^ Inloiir^ 

underneath. 
Debalde, adv. in vain, for no- 

thing, uselessly. 
Debandada, 5/. (mil.) confnsion. 

Em — , helter-skelter. 
Debandado, a, pp. adj.. dia- 

banded. [in confasioB. 

Debandar,, va. to disband, to pnt 
Debate, sm. quarrel, dii^ate, 

strife. 
Debater,, va. to contend, to strive, 

to debate. Debater-se-, vr. to 

struggle, to strive. 
Debatidiço, a, adj. that claps 

the wings very much. 
Debatido, a, pp. adj, agitated, 

debated. 
Debatidura, sf. the aetion of 

clapping the wings. 
Debellaçao, sf. a vanquiskmg, 

debellation. 
Debellado, a, adj. vanquished. 
DebaUador, a, sm. or /. van- 

qnisher, conqueror. 
DebeUax, wu ta vanquialk. 



Deb^Iatorio, a, adj. victoriotis, 

conquering. 
Debicado, a, pp. adj. tasted. 
Debicar, vn. to taste, to touch 

lightly. 
Débil, adj. 2 g. weak, feeble, 

weakly. Débeis, m. or f. pi. 
Delrilidade, sf. debility, \reak- 

ness. 
Debilitação, sf. debilitation , 

weakness. [ed. 

Debilitado, a, pp. adj. -weaken- 
Debilitador, a, adj. debilitating. 
Debilitante, adj. 2 g. debilitatin^. 
Debilitar, va. to debilitate, to 

enfeeble. Debilitar-se , vr. ta 

grow debilitated. 
Debilmente, adv. feebly, veakly. 
Debitar, va. to debit as debtor» 
Debito, sm. debt; the mutnal 

obligation in marriage ; the 

debtor side in book-keepin^. 
De boa mente, euiv, loc. -willing- 

ly, gladly. 
Debelado, a, pp. adi. V. Debolar. 
Debelar, va. (med^ to take oS. 

the crttst or scab. 
Debreado, a, pp. adj. whipped 

cruelly. 
Debrear, va. to whip cruelly. 
Debruado, a, pp. adj. hemmcd, 

bordered. [to bind. 

Debruar, va. to hem, to border, 

'Debruçado, a, pp. adj. bent 

downwards. 
Debruçar, ^a. to put one flat ou 

the ground. Debruçar-se, vr. to 

stoop, to bend downwards. 
Deluniçoe, adv. ílat on the gronnd. 
Debrum, sm. hem, selvage, bor- 
. der. [ing com. 

Debulha, sf. the time of uirash- 
Debulhado, a, pp. adj. thrashed. 
Debulhador, sm. thrasher. 
Debulhar, va. to thrash, to beat 

com. [com. 

Debulho, sm. the thrashiiâg of 
Debuxado, a,pp. adj. drawn. 
Debuzador, a, sm. or f. one that 

draws in black and "white. 
Debuxante, adj. 2 g. drawing in 

black and white. 
Debuxar, va. to drav in black 

and white; to deUn.«8.t«. 



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Debuxo, sm. the art of drawing 

in black and white, sketch. Não 

te mettes em — 5, meddle not 

with what does not concem 

you. 
Decaoordo, sm. decachordon. 
Década, sf. decade. 
Decadência, sf. decay, decline, 

wane, decadence* 
Decadente, adj. % g. decaving. 
Deoadi, sm. decadi. [gon. 

Decagono, a, adj, {jgeom.) deca- 
Decagramxno, sm. decagram. 
Decaimento, sm. decay. 
Decair, vn. to decline. 
Decalitro, sm. decaliter. 
Decálogo, sm. decalogue. 
Decalvado, a, pp. adi. pericra- 

niura cut round the nead. 
Deoedvar, va. to cut the peri- 

craniura. 
Deoameron, sm. decameron. 
Decametro, sm. decameter. 
Deoampaxnento, sm. {mil.) de- 

campment, decamping. 
Decampar, vn. {mil.) to decanip. 
Decangular, aãj. 2 g. decagon, 

de can guiar. 
Decania, sf. presidentship. 
Decano, sm. aean, the sénior in 

any order. 
Decantação, sf. decanting. 
Decantado, a, pp. adj. sung; 

praised. 
Decantar, va. to sing cut, to 

praise. 
Decapitação , sf. decapitation, 

beheading. 
Decapitado . a,pp. adi. beheaded. 
Decapitar, va. to benead, to de- 

capitate. 
Decasterio, sm. a sort of measure 

of the Oreeks. 
Decastylo, sm. {arehit.) deca- 

style. 
Decasyllabo, adj. dissilabic. 
Deceinado, a, pp. adj. {fale.) 

tamed again. 
Deceinar, va. {fale.) to tame the 

hawk again. 
Decemvlral, adj. 2 g. decemvi- 

ral. 
Decemvirato, sm. decemvirate. 
Deoemviro, sm. decemvir. 



Decência, sf. decency, comeli- 
ness, seemliness. 

Decennal, adj. 2 g. decennial. 

Decennario, a, adj. that is divi- 
ded in ten. [years. 

Decennlo, sm. the space of ten 

Decente, adj. 2 g. aecent, be- 
coming, beseeming. 

Decentemente, adv. decently. 

Decepado, a, pp. adj. maimed, 
mangled. [or cuts. 

Decepador, a, adj. that maimes 

Deoepamento, sm. maiming. 

Decepar, va. to maim, to mangle. 

Deceptorio, a, adj. deceptory, 
deceitfol. [stow. 

Decemir, va. to decree, to be- 

Decertar, vn. V. Pelejar. 

Decididamente, adv. decidedly, 
resolutely. [solved. 

Decidido, a,j7p. adj. decided, re- 

Decidir, va. to decide, to resolve. 

Decifração, sf. deciphering. 

Decifrado, a, pp. adj. deci- 
phered. 

Deoifrador, sm. decipherer. 

Decifrar, va. to decipher. 

Deoigranmio, sm. decigram. 

DeciUtro, sm. deciliter. 

Decima, sf. a tithe; the tenth 
part of any thing. 

Deoimação, sf. decimation. 

Decimado, a, pp. adj. decimated. 

Decimar, va. to decimate. 

Deoimavel, adj. 2 g. tithable. 

Deoimetro, sm. decimeter. 

Decimo, a, adj. the tenth. — ter- 
ceiro y the thirteenth. — quarto^ 
the fourteenth. — quinto, the 
fifteenth. — sexto, the sixteenth. 
— sétimo, the seventeenth. — 
oitavo, the eighteenth. — nono^ 
the nineteenth. 

Decisão, sf. decision. 

Decisivamente, adv. decisively, 
resolutely. 

Decisivo, a, adj. decisivo, con- 
clusivo. 

Deoisorlo, adj. m. {in law) deci 
sory. [a stere. 

Decisterio, sm, the tenth part of 

Declamação, sf. declamation, 
elocution. 

Declamado, a, pp. adj. recited. 



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Declamador , sm. declaimer , 

orator. [to recite. 

Declamar, va. and n. to declalm, 

Deolaxnatoriamente, adv. in a 

declaraatory style. [tory. 

Declamatório, a, adj. declama- 

Declaração, sf. declaration, ma- 

nifestation, explanation. Fazer 

— dos bens, to give an account 
of lands, to be registered. 

Declaradamente, adv. openly, 

evidently. 
Declarado, a, pp. adj. declared. 

Inimigo — , open enemy. 
Declarador, sm. and adj. de- 
clarer. [ciares any thing. 

Declarante, sm. one that de- 
Declarar, va. to declare, to ma- 
nifest, to make known. Decla- 
rar-se^vr. to declare, to speak 
one's mind. [declaratory. 

Declarativo, a. adj. declarative. 
Declaratório, a, adj. declara- 
tory. [cross-staíf. 
Declina, sf. (astron.) transom or 
DeclinalailidLade, sf. declinabil- 

Declinação, sf. (gramm.) declen- 
sion ; [astron.) aeclination. — da 
idade t declining age. O dia está 
na sua — , it grows late. 

Declinado, a, pp. adi. declined. 

Declinador, sm. declinator. 

Declinante, adj. 2 g. declining. 

Declinar, va. and n. to decline, 
to decay, to abate, to decrease. 

— a jurisdicção, {law temi) to 
decline a jurisdiction. 

Declinatorio, a. adj. {in law) 
Excepções declinatoriaSy an ex- 
ception taken against a judge. 

Deciinavel, adj. 2 g. {gram.) de- 
clinable. [decay. 

Declínio, sm. decline, declination; 

Declivado, a, pp. adj. that is 
bending downwards. 

Declivar, vn. to decline, to be 
declivous. [sm. declivity. 

Declive, adj. 2 g. declivous. — , 

Declividade, sf. declivity. 

Declivoso, a, adj. declivous. 

Decoada, sf. ley-ashes, lie-wash- 
ing. 

DeoooQão, if. decoction. 



Decoctivel, adj. 2 g. decoctible. 
Decocto, a, adj. made of a de- 
coction. 
Decompor, va. to decompose, 

to decompound. [tion. 

Decomposição, sf. decomposi- 
Decomposto, a, pp. adj. decom* 

posed. 
Decoração, sf. decoration, em- 

bellishraent; scenery; the art 

of learning by heart. 
Decorado, a, pp. adj. decorated, 

adorned; learnt by heart. 
Decorador, sm. decorator. Pintor 

— , scene-painter. 
Decorar, va. to decorate, to 

adorn ; to learn by heart. 
Decoro, sm. suitableness of the 

character to the person ; de- 

cency, decorum. Com — , comely. 

Contra o — , unbecoming, inde- 

corous. [modestly. 

Decorosamente, adv. decently. 
Decoroso, a, adj. decorous, de- 

cent, comely. 
Decorrer, vn. to run, to pass. 
Decorrido, a. pp. adj. past. 
Decorticar, va. (pharm.) to de- 

corticate. 
Decostrado, a, pp. adj. having 

the scab taken off (wound). 
Decostrar, va. to take on the 

scab of a wound. 
Decotado, a, pp. adj. pruned. 

Ave — , a bird that has the feath- 

ers rent. — That has the neck 

and breast uncovered. 
Decotador, sm. pruner. 
Decotar, va. to lop, to prune. 

Decotar- se^ vr. to uncover one's 

breast. 
Decote, sm. pruning, thining. 
Decremento, sm. decreasin^, de- 
crease. [crepitude. 
Decrepidez, sf. decrepitness, de- 
Decrepitação, sf. decrepitation. 
Decrepitado, a, pp. adj. decre- 

pitated. [to crackle. 

Decrepitar, va. to decrepitate, 
Decrépito, a, adj. decrepit, very 

old. 
Decrepitude, sf. decrepitude. 
Decrescente, adj. 2 g. decrear 

sing. 



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DEF 



Decrescer, vn. to decrease, to 

diminish. [diminishing. 

Decrescimento, sm. decrease, 

Decretação, sf. the act of de- 
creeing. [resolved. 

Decretado, a, pp. adj. decreed, 

Decretaes, sf. pi. decretais. 

Decretai, sm. decretai. 

Decretalista, sm. decretist. 

Decretalznente, adv. decisÍTely, 
in a decretai manner. 

Decretar, va. to decree,. to re- 
solve, to determine. 

Decretista, sm. decretist. 

Decreto, sm. decree, edict, law. 

Decretoriamente , adv. deci- 
sively. 

Decretorio, a, adj. decretory; 
criticai. Dia — , (nied.) the day 
when the disease may be 
jndged of. [the ground. 

IDecrua, sf. the first tillage in 

Deoruar, va. to make the first 
pioiíghing in a field. 

Decúbito, sm. {med.) the lying 
of a sick man in a bed. 

Decumano, a, adj. the tenth; 
.huge, of a large size. 

Decumbente, adj. 2 gr. {bot.) de- 
cumbent. 

Decuplado, a, pp. adj. decnpled, 
increased tenfold. 

Decuplar, va. to increase ten- 
fold, to decuple. 

Decuplo, a, aaj. decuple, ten- 
fold. — , sm. decnple. 

Decuria, sf. decury. 

Decurião, sm. decurion. 

Decurrente, adj. 2 g. {bot.) de- 
current. [sive. 

Decursivo, a, adj. {bot.) decur- 

Decurso, a, adj. due, passed. 
Foros —■ 5, ground rents that 
are due. [of time. 

Decurso, 5m. course, succession. 

Dedada, sf. as mnch as a finger 
can hold. 

Dedal, sm. a thimble. 

Dedáleo, a, adj. dedalian. 

Dedeira, sf. a finger or thomb- 
stall. [cration. 

Dedicação, sf. dedication ; conse- 

Dedicado, a, pp. adj. dedicated. 

Dedicador, sm. dedicator. 



Dedicar, va. to dedicate, to con- 
sacrate. JDedicar-se, vr. to dedi- 
cate one's self. [dication. 

Dedicatória, sf dedicatory ; de- 

Dedignação, sf. disdain, scorn- 
fulness. [ed. 

Dedignado, a, pp. adj. diadain- 

Dedignar-se, vr. to disdain. 

DediUiado, a. pp. adj. that is 
touched lightly, speaking of the 
strings in a musical instrument. 

Dedilhar, va. and n. to finger, to 
touch lightly. 

Dedo, sm. finger. O — mostrador^ 
the fore finger. — do meio^ the 
middle finger. — mínimo^ the 
little finger. — do pé, a toe. 
Juntas enós dos dedos ^ the joints 
and knuckles of the fingers. 
Fazer tocar alguma cousa com os 
dedoa^ {fig-) to demonstrate a 
thing clearly. Um — dte vinho, a 
little wine. São como dois dedos 
da mão^ they are hand and glove, 
one with another. — , {astron.) 
digit. [cing. 

Deducção, sf. deduction, dedu- 

Dedoccional, adj. 2 g. deductive. 

Deduzido, a, pp. adj. deduced. 

Deduzir, va. to deduce, to de- 
duct. [Diffamar. 

Delamar, va. and derivated. V. 

Defecação, sf. defecation. 

Defecado, a, pp. adj. defeeated. 

Defecar, vn. to defecate. 

Defecatorio, a, adj. that defe- 
cates. [apostacy. 

Defecção, sf. defection; revolt; 

Defectibilidade, sf. defectibility, 
faintness, lassitude. 

Defectível, adj. 2 g. defectible. 

Defectivo, a, adj. defective, im- 
perfect. [fault, mistake. 

Defeito, sm. defect, imperfection, 

Defeituar-se, vr. to become de- 
fective. [fectly. 

Defeituosamente, adv. imper- 

Defeituoso, a, adj. defective, im- 
perfect [fendant. 

Defendente, sm. reroondent, de- 

Defender, va. to deiend, to pro- 
tect; to maintain, to assert, to 
forbid. Defender-se,vr. to defend 
one's self. 



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DEF 



Defendido, a, jsp. adi. defended. 
Defendimento, sm. defence. 
DeÊenasti sf. defence, proteclion. 

— , {fori.) fortiâoation. Sem — , 

defenceless. Prohibition, inter» 

diction. 
Defensarei, adj. 2 g. defensible. 
Def ensavelmente , adv. defen- 

sively. 
Defensivo, a, adj, â»fensive. 
Defensor, a, sm. or f. a defen- 
der, [tection. 
Defensorio, sm. defence, pro- 
Deferencia, «/^deference, regard, 

respect. 
Deferente, adj. 2 g. deferent. — , 

{astr.) sm. deferent. 
Deferido , a , jpp. adj. allowed , 

permitted. 
Deferir, vn. to answer or sub- 

scribe a petition; to grant, to 

permtt, to allow. Deferir-se^ vr. 

to refer-, to relate, to agree. 
Deferivel, adj. 2 g. grantable. 
Defesa, sf. {in lato) a reply or de- 
fence. 
Defeso, a, pp. irreg. of Defender 

and adj. defended. 
Defioiencia, sf. deflciency, im- 

perfection. 
Deficiente, adj. 2 g. defective, 

imperfect. 
Deficit, sm. deficit; vant. 
Defidente, adj. 2 g. diffident, 

suspicious. 
Definhado, a, pp. adj. consumed. 
Definhamento, sm. wasting. 
Definhar, vn. to consume, to 

emaciate. Definkarse, vr. to 

"waste, to be consmned, to 

dwindle. 
Definição, sf. defínition. 
Definido, a, pp. adj. defined, 

explained. [defines. 

Definidor, sm. definer, one who 
Definir, va. to define, to explain. 
Definitivamente , ado. defini- 

tively. 
Definitivo, a, adj. definitive. 
Definito, a, adj. circumscribed, 

limited. 
Definitorio, sm. chapter held bj 

certain monks for the regula- 

tion of their order. 



Definivel, adj. 2 g. definable. 
Defirlr, va. v . Desferir. 
Deflafgpração, sf. {ehem.) defla- 

gration. [set fire to. 

Deflagrado, a, pp. adi. that was 
Deflagrar, va. to denagrate, to 

set fire to. [mate. 

Deflegmar, va. (chem.) to defleg- 
DeflexSo, sf. iphvs.) deliectíon* 
Defloco, a, aai. denected. 
Defloração, sf. defloration. 
Deflorado, a, pp. adj. deflonred. 
Deflorador, sm. defiourer, T9r 

visher. 
DefUnrar, va. to deílover, to de- 

flour; to call, to choose. 
Defluir, vn. to deflow, to itair 

down. [hair. 

Deflúvio, sm. a falling of the 
Defluxão, sf. defluxion, cold. 
Defluxo, sm. cold, deliuxion. 
Deforado, a, pp. adj. profaned. 
Deforar, va. to profane. 
Deformação, sf. deformation, de- 

facing. 
Deformado, a, pp. adj. deformed. 
Deformar, va. to disfígure, to 

deform. [forma. 

Deformatorio, a, adj. tbat de- 
Deforme, adj. 2 g. deformed, 

ugly, disfigared. edly, 

Deformemente , adv. deform- 
Deformidade, sf. deformily, de- 

formedness. [firaTid. 

Defrau^ção, sf. defrandment. 
Defraudado, a, pp. adj, de- 

frauded. 
Defraudador, a, sm. or /. de- 

frauder. 
Defraudamento , sm. defrand- 
ment. 
Defraudar, va. to defraud, to 

cheat- Defraudar-se, vr. to de- 

prive one's self. [ceiving. 

Defraudo, sm. defraudmg, de- 
Defrontar, vn. to facr. 
Defronte, adv. facing, opposita 

to, before, in front. 
Defrutar, va. V. Desfrutar. 
Defumado, a, pp. adj. smoked, 

smoke-dried. [a cbimney. 

Defomadoiro, sm. tbe tunnel of 
Defomadura, sf. V. Perfume, 
Defixmar, va. to smoke. 



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DEI 



Defundo, adv. V. Debaixo. 
Defunto, a, sm. or f. defunt; the 

dead body of a man or woraan, 

a corpse. O dia da commemora- 

cão dos — s, AU-souls-day ; adj. 

defunct, deceased. 
De gatinhas, loc. adv. creeping 

on ali four like a cat. 
Degelado, a, pp. adj. thawed. 
Degelar, va. and n. to thaw, to 

unfreeze. Degelar -se^ vr. to 

thaw. 
Degelo, sm. thaw. 
Degeneração, sf. degeneration, 

degeneracy. [rated. 



Degenerado, a, jap. adj. degene- 
Degeneran 

generates. 



BiyPP 

, aãj. 



2g. that de- 



Degenerar, vn. to degenerate, to 
grow worse. 

Deglutição, sf. deglutition. 

Deglutir, va. to swallow. 

Degollação, sf. decollation, be- 
heading. [decollated. 

Degollado, a, pp. adj. beheaded, 

Degollador , sm. one who beheads. 

Degolladoiro , sm. butchery, 
slaughter-house ; the fore part 
of the neck. 

Degolladura, sf. beheadlng. 

Degollar, va. to behead, to cut 
one's throat. [grading. 

Degradação, sf. degradation, de- 

Degradado, a,pp. adi. degraded. 

Degradamento, sm. Danishment. 
V. Degredo. 

Degradante, adj. 2 g. degrading. 

Degradar, va. to banish; to de- 
grade, to deprive of an offlce. 

De grado, adv. willingly, readily. 

Degraduado, a, pp. adj. de- 
grade d. 

Degraduar, va. to degrade, to 
deprive of an office. 

Degranar, va. to take or shake 
out the grain. 

Degrâo, sm. step, stairs, stair- 
case ; degree. De — em — , gra- 
dually, from step to step ; {fig.) 
an occasion, entr^. 

Degredado, a, adj. banished. 

Degredo, sm. banishment, exile, 
transportation. Uuadir. 

Dehortar, va. to dehort. V. Dis- 



Deioida, sm. deicide. 

Deicidio, sm. deicide. 

Deicola, adi and s. l g. one vho 

worships but an only God. 
Deidade, sf. deity, goddess. 
Deifioação, sf. deifícation. 
Deificado, a, pp. adj. deiâed. 
Deificador, sm. he who deifíes. 
Deifico, a, adi. deiíic, divine. 
Deiforme, adi. 2 g. deiforra. 
Deipara, sf. the mother of God. 



Deísmo, sm. deism. 

Deista, sm. deist; díeistical. 

Deitado, a,j7p. adj. lying down. 
V. Deitar. 

Deitar, va. to lay, to cast, to 
fling, to throw. — sangue^ to 
bleed. — fora, to thrust or drive 
out. — a perder^ to spoil, to cor- 
rupt. — ancora^ to cast anchor. 

— a culpa^ to lay the fault on. 

— em rosto, to throw a thing 
in one's dish. — um bandOy to 
make a proclamation. — aconta^ 
to make the account. /r-se — , 
to go to bed. — azeite no fogo^ 
to make bad worse. — , vn. to 
come, to araount. A quanto deita 
tudo? what does the whole 
amount to? Deitar-se, vr. to go 
to bed, to lie down. — vestiaOy 
to lie rough. 

Deixa, sf. Y. Legado. 

Deixação, sf. a giving, a renoun* 
cing. 

Deixado, a, pp. adj. left. 

Deixar, va. to leave, to forsake, 
to quit; to iet, to abandon; to 
permit, to allow. — de, to leave 
off. — ver, to show. — no tin- 
teiro, to omit, to leave out. 
Nunca deixarei de amar-vos, 
I shall always love you. Deixai 
de cuidar n^isso, trouble not 
yourself about it. Deixar a pelle, 
to die. Deixemos de zombar, jest- 
ing aside. Deixar-se, vr. — con- 
duzir, arrastar^ etc, to suâer 
one's self to be led, hurried, etc. 
Deixou-se morrer, he is died. 
Deixa-te d'isso, Iet that alone. 
Deixar-se ir pela agua abaixo^ 
{fig.) to commit one's self to 
lortune. 



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DEL 



Dejarretar, va. to hamstring 

(speaking of a horse). 
Dejecção, sf. {med.) dejection. 
Delação, 5/1. delation, accusation. 
Delaidar, va. to deform, to disfí- 

gure. 
Delamber-se, vr. to lau^h in 

one's sleeve; to be quamt or 

aífected. [affected. 

Delambido, a, pp. adj. quaint. 
Delatado, a, jpp. adj. delated, 

ãccused. 
Delatar, va. to delate, to accuse. 
Delatavel, adj. 2 g. that may or 

must be delated. 
Delator, a, sm. or f. a delator, a 

denunciator. [a delator. 

Delatorio, a, adj. pertaining to 
Delecto. sm. choice, selection. 
Delegação, sf. delegation. 
Delegado, a, pp. aaj. delegated. 
Delegante, aaj. 2 g. he tnat de- 

legates. [point. 

Delegar, va. to delegate, to ap- 
Delegatorio, a, adj. delegatory. 
Deleitação, sf. delight, pleasure. 
Deleitado, a, pp. adi. delighted. 
Deleitar, va. to delight, to píease. 
Deleitavel, adj. 2 g. delectable, 

pleasant, delightful. [fully. 
Deleitavelxnente, adv. delight- 
Deleite or Deleito, sm. pleasure, 

delight. [fully. 

Deleitosamente, adv. delight- 
Deleitoso, a, adj. delightful. 
Deleixação, sf. carelessness. 
Deleixado, a, pp. adj. careless. 
Deleixadamente, ado. careless- 

Deleixamento, sm. carelessness. 
Deleixar, va. to occasion lazi- 

ness, negligence. [ness. 

Deleixo, sm. carelessness, lazi- 
Deleterio, a, adj. deleterious, 

deletery. 
Deletrear, va. V. Soletrar. 
Delevel, adj. 2 g. that may be 

eífaced. [licately. 

Delgadamente, adv. thmly, de- 
Delgadeza, sf. thinness, teuuity. 
Delgado, a, pp. adj. thin, defl- 

cate. [Diana. 

Delia, sf. one of the naines of 
DelibadOf a, adj. tasted. 



Delibamento , sm. delibation , 

taste. 
Delibar, va. to delibate, to taste. 
Deliberação, sf. deliberation. 
Deliberadamente, adv. delibe- 

rately. 
Deliberado, a^ pp. adj. delile- 

rated, resolved; bold, resolute. 
Deliberante, adj. 1 g. delibera- 

ting. 
Deliberar, va. and n. to delibe- 

rate, to consider. Deliberar-se^ 

vr. to be deliberated. 
Deliberativo, a, adj. delibera- 

tive. 
Delicadamente, adv. delicately. 
Delicadeza, sf. delicacy, nice- 

ness, softness, elegance. 
Delicado, a, adj. delicate, nice, 

fine ; dainty. Estômago — , a 

squeamish stomach. Ter a vista 

— a, to have weak eyes. Ter o 

gosto muito — , to love good 

things. [comíbrt. 

Delicia, sf. pleasure, delight, 
Deliciar-se, vr. V. Deleitar-se. 
Deliciosamente, adv. delicious- 

ly. pightful. 

Delicioso, a, adj. delicious, de- 
Delicto, sm. crime, delinquency. 
Delido, a, pp. adj. liquefied, dis- 

solved. [sketch. 

Delineação , sf. dellneation , 
Delineado, a, pp. adj. delineated, 

sketched. 
Delineador, sm. delineator. 
Delineamento, sm. delineation. 
Delinear, va. to delineate, to 

sketch, to trace; to plane, to 

scheme, to project, to devise. 
Delineativo, a, adj. that can de- 
lineate. 
Delinquente, adj. 2 g. delin- 

quent. — sm. a delinquent. 
Delinq[uido, a, pp. adj. that has 

committed a crime. 
Delinquir, vn, to transgress, to 

oflfend. 
Deliquado, a, pp, adj. {chem.) 

deliquated. 
Deliquar, va. {chem.) to deliquate, 

to dissolve, to liquefy. 
Deliquescencia, sf. {chem.) deli- 

quescence. 



DEM 



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DEM 



Deliquescente, adj. 2 g, {ehem.) 

deliquescent. 
Delíquio, sm. fainting; {chem.) 

deliquium, swoon. 
Delir, va. to liquefy, to dissolve. 
Delirado, a, pp. adj. raved. 
Deliramento, sm. deliriam. 
Delirante, adj. 2 g. raving, deli- 

rious. 
Delirar, vn. to rave. 
Delírio, sm. deliriam, doating; 

frenzy. [headed. 

Deliroso, a, adj. delirious, light- 
Delitescencia, sf. {med.) delites- 

cence, reíiux. 
Delito, sm. a crime. V. Delicio. 
Delívração, sf. deliverance, de- 

livery. 
Delivrado, a, pp. adj. delivered. 
Delivramento, sm. deliverance. 
Delivrar, va. to deliver. Delivrar- 

se, vr. to be delivered. 
D'ella, D'elle, the genitive of 

the relativo pronouns Ellaj 

Elle. 
Delonga, sf. delay. 
Delongado, a, pp. adj. delayed. 
Delongador, sm. a delayer. 
Delongamento, sm. delay. 
Delongar, va. to prolong, to de- 
lay, to retard. 
Delta, s. delta, letter, of the 

Greek alphabet. 
Deltiforme, adj. 2 a. deltoid. 
Deltóide, sm^ {anat?) deltoid. 
Deltoton, sm. [asiron.) Deltoton 

(constellation). 
Delubro, sm. charch, chapei, 

shrine. 
Delato, sm. an infusion. 
Demagogia, sf. demagogr. 
Demagógico, a, (uij. demago- 

gical, factious. 
Demagogo, sm. a demagogae. 
Demais, adv. besides, moreover, 

otherwise. Por — , nselessly, 

vainly. 
Demanda, sf suit, claim, decla- 

ration ; plea. Autos de uma — , 

papers belonging to a law-snit. 

Vencer a — , to carry the caas». 

Andar em — , to have a law- 

sait. Ir em — de algum htggr^ 

to look for a place. 



Demandado, a, pp. adj. re- 

quested. 
Demandador , sm. demandant, 

plaintiff. 
Demandante, sm. demandant. 
Demandar, va. to sue at Ia'w; to 

seek for a place, to repair to it, 

to acquire ; to demand. 
Demandista, sm. litigant. 
Dimmrcação, sf. demarcation, a 

boundary. 
Demareadamente , adv. with 

demarcation, 'vdth liraits. 
Demarcado, a, pp. adj. boanded« 

limited. 
Demarcador, sm. designator; a 

surveyor oflandsto setboonds. 
Demarcar, va. to boand, to limit, 

to survey. 
Demasia, sf. superâuity, the rest, 

overjplus, abundance. Em — > too 

much. 
Demasiadamente, adv. exces- 

sively. 
Demasiado, a, adj. excessive, 

overmach. 
Donasiar, va. to give, to spend 

ezcessively. Demasiar-se^ vr. to 

gro-w extravagant. 
Demeado, a, pp. adj. divideâ by 

halves. 
Demear, va. to divide by halves. 
Demência, sf^ madncss, demen- 

cy, silliness. [tated. 

Dementado, a, pp. adj. oemen- 
Dementar, va. to dementate, to 

make mad. 
Demente, adj. 2g. mad, insane. 
Dementre, adv. (anc.) whilst. 
Demergente, aaj. i g. inclioed. 
Demerger-se, vr. to addiet one*s 

self. 
Demérito or Demerecimento, 

sm. demerit, want of merit. 
Demigolla, sf (fort.) demigorge. 
Deminuição, sf. Y. Diminuição. 
Demissão, sf. demission, dis- 

raission. 
DemlSBionario, a, «m. or f. one 

"wiio has resigned an office. 
Demisso, a, adj. downcast. 
X>emittente, cuii. 2 g. that has 

resigned an ofnce. 
Demittido, a, pp. adj. dismissed» 



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D^tnittir, va. to dismiss, to leave 

off, to send away. 
Demo, .tm. V. Demonioí 
Democracia, sf. democracy. 
Democrata, sm. democrat. 
Democraticamente, adv. de- 

mocratically. 
Democrático , a, adj. democratic, 

democratical. 
Democratismo, sm. democracv. 
DemocratiBado,a,pj7. adj. made 

democrat. [mocrat. 

Democratisar, va. to make de- 
Demolhar, va. to water, to soak 

in water. 
Demolição, sf. demoUtion, de- 

molishing. 
Dexuolido, a, j^p. adj. demolished. 
Demolidor, sm. demolisher. 
Demolir, va. to demolish. 
Demolitorio, a, adi. containing 

an order for demolishing. 
Demonaroha, tm. the main de- 

mon. 
Demonetisação, sf. cancelling 

or annulling anj coinage. 
Demonetisado, a, pp. adj. can- 

celled or annalled. 
Demonetisar, va. to cancel or 

annul coinage. 
Demoníaco, a, adj. demoniac, 

demomacal. 
Demoniado, a, adj. fiendful. 
Demónio, sm. demon, devil, 

fiend. [cracy. 

Demonocrada , sf. demono- 
Demonimlsta, sm. demonimist. 
Dentonograplio , sm. demono* 

grapher. 
Demondatria, sf. demonolatry. 
Demonolatro, sm. one that wor- 

ships the devil. 
Demonologia, sf. demonology. 
Demonomania, sf. demono- 

mania. [strabiUty. 

Demonstrabilidade, sf. demon- 
Demonstraçâo, sf. deznoastra- 

tion; proof. 
Demonstrado, a, pp. adj. de- 

monstrated. 
Demonstrador, a, adj. demons- 

trator. 
JPemmiwtrar, va. to demonstrote, 

to PEOV8 evidently. 



Demonstrativamente, ado. de- 

monstratively. [strative. 

Demonstrativo, a, adj. demon- 
Demonstravel, adj. 2 g. demon- 

strable. 
Demora, sf. delay, retardment. 
Demorado, a, pp. adj. delayed. 
Demorar, va. to delay, to retard, 

to defer. — vn. to be situated. 
Demoroso, a, adj. delaved. 
Demosthenico, a, adi. of or 

pertaining to style of Demos- 

thenes. 
Demostrar or Denionstrar, va. 

to demoDstrate. 
Demover, va. to displace. Demo- 

ver-se, vr. to remove. 
Demovido, a, pp. adj. displaced. 
Demndado, a, pp. adj. that hM 

changed countenance. 
Demudamento, sm. change, al- 

teration. 
Denuidar, vn. to alter ; to cfaange. 

Demudar-se, vr. to turn pale. 
Denario, a, adj. denary. — sm. 

Roman denier. 
D'ende, adv. hence, from. 
Dendrolibano, sm. the tree that 

bears the incense. 
Dendrologia, sf. dendrology. 
Dendrometro, sm. dendrometer. 
Denegação, sf. denegation, re- 

fussu. 
Denegado, a, pp. adj. denied. 
Denegar, va. to deny. to refuse. 
Denegrecer, va. to blacken, to 

denigrate. 
Dmigoso, a, adj. fasUdious, 

qaaint. 
Dengue, adi.ig. delicate, pretty. 

— sm. a dariíng, minion. 
Dengoice, sf. delicacy; aifecta- 

tion, fopjpishness. 
Denigraçao, sf. denigration. 
Denigrado, a, pp. adj. dispa- 

raged. [difame. 

Dezugrar, va. to disparage, to 
Denigrativo. a, adj.xYiBX difames. 
Deni^do, a, pp. adj. made 

black; denigrated. 
Denlgrir, va. to blacken, to de- 

nig^te. Denigrir-se, vr. to turn 

black. [courageonsly. 

Denodiadanieipte , ad». T^^t^'<í> 



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DEN 



Denodado, a, pp. adj. bold, re> 
solute, brave. 

Denodamento, sm. courage. 

Denodo, sm. courage, boldness. 

Denominação, sf. denomination, 
designation. [minated. 

Denominado, a, pp. adj. deno- 

Denominador, sm. denominator. 

Denominar, va. to denominate, 
to name. 

Denominativo, a, adj. denoml- 
native. [natíon. 

Denotação, sf. denotation, desig- 

Denotado, Si, pp. adj. denoted. 

Denotador, a, adj. and s. that 
denotes or marks. 

Denotar, va. to denote, to signlfy, 
to express. 

Denotativo, a, adj. denotative. 

Densamente, adv. thickly. 

Densidade, sf. density , thick- 
ness. 

Denso, a, adj. dense, compact. 

Dentada, sf. a bite. 

Dentado, a, adj. toothed, having 
teeth ; dented, indented; notch- 
ed, jagged, denticulated. 

Dentadura, sf. a set of teeth. 

Dentaes, sm. pi. so are called 
two pieces of a plough. 

Dental, adj. 2 g. aentai, belong- 
ing to the teeth. 

Dentão, sm. [nat. hist.) a kind of 
fish with sharp teeth. 

Dentário, a, adj. belonging to 
the teeth. 

Dente, sm. a tooth. Dentes incisi- 
vos, the fore teeth. — caninos, 
eye-teeth. — molares or queixaes, 
the grinders. — do siso, the two 
farthest teeth. — colmilhos, (in 
a horse) the tusks. — colmilhos 
do queixo superior, wolf s teeth. 
— dianteiros do cavallo, gathe- 
rers. — de leite, mílk teeth. — 
enfr estados, gap-teeth. — caval- 
gados, snagged teeth. -- posti- 
ços, set teeth. O nascer cU>s — , 
breeding of the teeth. Covas dos 
— , the sockets. Dôr de — , the 
tooth-ache. Foliar por entre os 
— , to mutter, to mumble, to 
growl. Tomar alguém entre — , to 
take a spite to one. Mostrar os 



— , {fíg.) to resist one. Ter alqu- 
ma cousa dente de coelho, (/am.j to 
be very difficult, intricate. Dar 
com a língua nos dentes, {fig.) to 
blab. Mudar os — , to shed 
teeth. Batem os — com frio^ the 
teeth chatter with cola. Dente 
de cão, {bot.) dog's grass. — de 
leão, (bot.) aandelion. — do ara- 
do, the coulter. — de roda, a 
cog. — da serra, do pente, the 
tooth of a saw, of a comb ; 
[agric.) a young shooting root; 
toothing, a comer stone. — da 
anchora, flook of an anchor. 

Denteado, a, pp. adj. {bot.) in- 
dented. 

Dentear, va. to make teeth. 

Dentição, sf. dentition. 

Denticulado, a, adj. denticu- 
lated. 

Denticular, adj. 2 q. {blas. and 
6o/.) denticulated, indented. 

Denticulo, sm. (arch.) denticle. 

Dentiforme, aaj. 2 g. dentiform. 

Dentifrício, sm. dentifrice, tooth- 
powder. [work. 

HentUhõea, sm.pl. {arch.) dented 

Dentista, sm. dentist, tooth- 
drawer. 

Tientr o, prep. and ado. within, in, 
through. I^or — , inside. Para 
— , inwards. 

Dentuça, sf. projection of the 
teeth ; the upper jaw. 

Dentudo, a, adj. that has great 
teeth. [tion. 

Denudação, sf. {anat.) denuda* 

Denudado, a, pp. adj. denuded. 

Denudar, va. to denude or denu- 
date. 

Denuncia, sf. denunciation. 

Denunciação, sf. denunciation ; 
publication. [ced. 

Denunciado, SL,pp. adj. denoun- 

Denunciador, sm, denunciator, 
informer. 

Denunciante, sm. denunciator. 

Denunciar, va. to denounce, to 
inform against. Denundar-se, 
vr. to denounce one^s self. 

Denunciativo, a, adj. denoun- 
cing. [nounces. 

Denonciatorlo, a, adj, that de- 



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Denunciavel, adj. 2 g. that may 

be denounced. 
Deos, sm, God. Y. Deus. 
Deotado, a, adj. expuised. 
Deparado, a, pp. adj. that was 

met with by cnance ; offered. 
D^arador, a, adj. that offers. 
Deparar, va. to oner, to furnish. 

— com, to meet by chance. De- 

parar-sCj vr. to be presented. 
Departamental, aaj. 2 g. depart- 

mental. 
Departamento, sm. department. 
Departição, sf. conversation. 
Departidamente , adv. sepa- 

rately. [divided. 

Departido. a, pp. adj. separated, 
Departidor, sm. divider. 
DeparUmento , sm. division ; 

distance. [vide. 

Departlr, va. to separate, to di- 
Depascente, adj. 2 g. depascent. 
Dependência, sf. dependence. 
Dependente, adj. 2 g. depen- 

dent, depending. [dently. 

Dependentemente, adv. depen- 
Depender, vn. to depend on or 

upon, to be subject to. Isso de- 
pende de mim^ that is at my op- 

tion. 
Dependido, a, pp. adj, that is 

subject to. Ter — , to nave been 

a dependent. 
Dependurado, a,i)p. adj. hanged 

up, suspended. 
Dependurar, va. to hang, to sus- 

pend. V. Pendurar. 
Depennado, a, pp. adj. deplu- 

med, unfeathered. 
Depennador, a, sm. or f. he or 

she that strips oíf the feathers. 
Depennar, va. to peck, to strip, 

to deplume. 
Depennicar, va. to pluck off by 

little and little. 
Deperdito, a, adj. perverso, 

untoward. [from phlegra. 

Dephlegmar, va. {chem.) to clear 
Depilação, sf. depilation. 
Depilativo, a, aaj. depilatory. 
Depllatorio, sm. depilatory. 
Deploração, sf. deploration. 
Deplorado, a, pp. adj. deplored, 

lãmented, hopeless. 



Deplorador, a, sm. or f. lamen- 

ter, one that deplores. 
Deplorar, va. to deplore, to la- 

ment. 
Deploratorio, a, adj. that is 

deplorable. 
Deplorável, adj. 2 g. deplorable, 

miserable. [rably. 

Deploravelmente , adv. mise- 
Depoente, adj. 2 g. and s. depo- 

nent ; (m lato) a witness. 
Depoimento, sm. testimony, de- 

position. 
Depois, adv."* and prep. after, 

from. Logo — , immediately. — 

que^ since. [lish. 

Depolir, va. to take off the po- 
Deponente, adj. Y. Depoente. 
Depopulação, sf. depopulating, 

depopulation. [lated. 

Depopulado, a, pp. adj. depopii- 
Depopular, va. to depopulate, 

to unpeople. 
Depopolarisado , a, pp. adj, 

made unpopular. 
Depopolarisar, va. to make one 

unpopular. Depopularisar-se^ vr, 

to become unpopular. 
Depor, va. to depose, to tum 

out, to resign, to \&y aside or 

down ; {fig.) to deposit. Isso de- 

põe a seu favor, that speaks or 

proves for you. 
Deportação , sf. deportation , 

transportation. 
Deportedo, a, pj). adj. banished, 

transported, exiled. 
Deportar, va, to transport, to 

banish. [ment. 

Deporte, sm. diversion, amuse- 
Deposição, sf. deposing, deposi- 

tion ; degrading. 
Depositado, a.,pp. adj. deposited, 

intrusted. [sites. 

Depositador, sm. he vrho depo* 
Depositante, sm. he who depo* 

sites. 
Depositar, va. to deposit, to in- 

trust one with a thing. 
Depositário, sm. depositary. 
Deposito, sm. deposit, deposi- 

tmg; (mil.) depot; {med.) an 

impostnume , an abscess ; se- 

diment. settlin^. 



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Deposto, a, pp. of Depâr and 

adj. deposea. 
Depraça, adv. publicly, openly. 
Depravação , sf. deprayation , 

depravitv, corniption. 
Depravadamente, adv, àeçra- 

vedly, corruptly. 
D^ravado, a, pp. adj, depraved, 

corrupted. [mpter. 

Depravador, sm, depraver, coiv 
Depravar, va. to deprave, to 

spoii, to corrupt. D^pravar-ee, 

vr. to corrupt, or to become de- 
praved. [cation. 
Deprecação, sf. prayer, depre- 
Deprecado, a, pj). adj. depre- 

cated. [cating, snppliant. 

Deprecante, adj, 2 g, depre- 
Deprecar, va. to deprecate. to 

beg oíf. 
Deprecativameste, adv. ia a 

deprecative manner. 
Deprecativo, a, adj. depreeative. 
Deprecatorio, a, ae^'. depreca- 

tory, deprecative. 
Depreciação, sf. depreciatloii. 
Depreciado, a, j^p. adj. depre- 

ciated. 
Depreciador, a, adj. and s, he 

or she that depreciates. 
Depreciar, va. to depreciate, to 

nndervalue. 
Depreciavel, adj, ^ ff. tikat may 

be depreciated. 
Depredação , sf. depredation ; 

plunder. [dated. 

Depredado, a, pp. adj. depre- 
Depredador, sm. depredator. 
Depredar, va. to depredate, to 

lay waste, to rob. [tory. 

Depredatorio, a, adj. depreda- 
Deprehensão, sf. deprehension. 
Deprehenso, a, adj. deprehend- 

ed. [diseover. 

Deprender, va. to deprehend, to 
Depressa, adv. quicklv, hastily. 
Depressão, sf, depression, 

abasement. 
Depressor, sm. be who depresses; 

(anat.) depressor. 
Deprimido, a,pp. adj. depressed. 
Deprimir, va. to depress, to 

press do\ra, to debase. 
ração, sf. depuration. 



Dourado, a, pp. adj. deporated, 

depured. [rates. 

Depurador, a, adj, that depa- 
Depurar, va. to deparate, to de- 
pure, [ratory. 
Depurativo, a, adj. and s, depu- 
Deporatorio, a, aaj. depuratery; 
D^utação, sf. deputation, de- 

puting. [subaltern. 

Deputado, sm. deputy, member; 
Deputado, a, pp. adj, deputei. 
Deputar, va. to depute, to constU 

tute, to delegate. 
DequitaçSo, sf. deliveiy of a 

"voman vrith a child. 
Derelicção, sf. dereliction, for- 

saking. [saken. 

Derelioto, a, adj. derelict, fòr- 
De repente, adv. suddenly. 
Derlsão, sf. derision, mocsery. 
Deriscado, a, pp. adj. effaced. 
Deriacar, va, to efface. 
Derisorlamente, adv. derisively. 
Derisorio, a, tuíj. derisery, de- 

risive. [tion, ori^in. 

Derivação, sf. {gramm.) denva- 
Derivado, a, pp. adj. derived. 
Derivante, adj, 2 g. derlving. 
Derivar, va. to derive, to proceed 

from; (med.) to draw the hu- 

mour. — {a sea term) to be drf- 

ven. [vative. 

Derivativo, a, adj. {meã.) deri- 
Derlvatorio, a, adj. {med.) di- 

verting. 
Derme, sm. {anat.) derma, skixL 
Dermographia, sf. {med.) dermo- 

graphy. pogj' 

Dermologia, sf. {med.) dermo- 
Dermologico, a, adj. dermolo- 

gic. [gating. 

Derogação, sf. deroçatíon, dero- 
Derogado, a, pp. adj. derogated. 
Derogador, sm. derogater. 
Derogamento, sm. a degrading 

action. [derogatory. 

Derogante, adj. 2 g. derogatiag, 
Derogar, va. to deregate, to 

abolish. Berogar-sey vr. to cen^ 

deacend, to resign. 
Derogativo, a, adi. derogative^ 
Derogatoria, a, aaj. derogotovy. 
De rojo, adv. loc. in a draggliõjg 

or hapging manner. 



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Berrabado, a, pg. adj. docked. 
Derrabadora , sf. tbe wonnd 

made in docking the tail of an 

animal. 
Derrabar, va. to dock or cnt oif. 
Derradeiramente, adv. lately, 

lastiy, newly. 
Derradeiro, a, adj. last. O — doa 

homens, the worst of men. 
Derrama, sf. impost, tax. 
Derramação, sf. effusion, scat- 

tering. 
Derramadamente , adv. scat- 

teredly, profusely. 
Derramado, a, pp. adj. scat- 

tered. Cão — , a mad do^. 
Derramador, sm. one that spills. 
Derramamento , sm. effasion ; 

scattering. 
Derramar, va. to scatter, to spill, 

to waste ; {fia.) to dÍTolge, to 

diffuse, to publish. Derramar-se, 

vr. to be poured out or to be 

scattered. [ved, spoiled. 

Derrancado, a, pp. adj. deçra- 
Derranc^unento, sm. cormption. 
Derrancar, va. to deprave, to 

spoil, to mar. Derranear-se, vr. 

to putrify, to grow rancid. 
Derranco, sm. cormption; min. 
Derreado, a, pp. adj. broken- 

backed. (one's back. 

Derreador, sm. one that breaks 
Derreamento, «m. the having 

one's back broken. 
Derrear, va. to break the back. 
Derredor, sm. circumference. Ao 

— , adv. around. V. Redor. 
Derregado, a, pp. adj. ploughed 

the second time (land). 
Derregar, va. to plougn land the 

second time. [luxate. 

Derrengar, va. to disjoint, to 
Derretedura, sf. the act of melt- 

Derreter, va. to melt, to liquefy ; 
ifiÇ-) to weary, to be tíresome. 
Derreter-se, vr. to melt, to li- 
quefy; to employ amorous ex- 
pressions. 

Derretido, a, pp. adj. liqneflèd, 
dissolved, melted. 

Derretimento, sm. mehing, di»- 
solntion ; {ftg.) -wearíneas. 



Derribado, a, pp. adj. destrojed, 

demolished. 
Derribadoiro, sm. a preciple*. 
Derribador, a, sm. or f. d«no- 

lisher. 
Derribomento, sm. demolxtio% 

demolishing. 
Derribar, va^ to throttr d&wiL,. to 

demolish ; to weaken. 
Derriçado, a, pp. adj. stretehed 

out "with the teeth. 
Derriçador, sm. he who strefr 

ches out withthe teoth. 
Derriçar, va. to stretch out ynth 

the teeth, to tear with tha 

teeth. — em alguém, to scoff, to 

mock. [lisheá. 

Derrocado, a, pp. adj. demo- 
Derrocador, am. destroywr. 
Derrocar, va. to demolish, to 

thro-w down. 
Derrota, sf. road, way; tack; 

rout, defeat. [feated. 

Derrotado, a, pp. adj. routed, da- 
Derrotador, a, sm. or /. €■• 

that defeats. 
Derrotar, va. to rout. to defsAV 

to destroy. Derrotai^-se^ vr. to 

lose one's course (a ship.) 
Derrubado, a, pp. adj. destroyed, 

orerthrown. 
Derrubar, va. to throw down, to 

destroy, to ruin; to shake down. 
Derruído, a, pp. adj. destroyed. 
Derruir, va. to destroy. 
Derviche, sm. dervis. 
Des, a negativo or privative in- 

separable particle that answers 

to un in the English language. 
Desabado, a, pp. adj. cast down. 
Desabafadamente, adv. openfy. 
Desabafado, a, pp. adj. unco- 

vered, open. [lief. 

Desabaf amento , sm. ease, re- 
Desabafar, vn. to take some 

fresh air, to vent, to wreak; to 

tell. to relate, to ease. 
Desabafo, sm. ease, relief, com- 

fort. [surably. 

Desabaladamente, adv. unmea- 
Desabalado, a, adj. enormous, 

huge. [se. 

Desabalroar, va. V. DesatroAo^ 
Desabax, un. to leí^ ôlctjrxi. 



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Desabe, «m. the part of a wall 

that has fallen down. 

Desabonado, a, pp. adi. discre- 

dited. [discredits. 

Desabonador, a, s. and adi. that 

Desabonar, va. to discreait, to 

dimínish a man's reputation. 
Desabono, sm. prejuaice, harm. 
Desabordado, a, pp. adj. disen- 

gaged. 
Desabordar, va. to disen^a^e. 
Desaborido , a , adj. insipid , 

tasteless. [buttoned. 

Desabotoado, a, pp. adj. un- 
Desabotoadura, sf. the act of 

unbuttoniDg. 
Desabotoamento, sm. the act of 

unbuttoning. 
Desabotoar, va. to unbutton. De- 

sabotoar-sCt vr. to unbutton one's 

self. — com os seus amigos^ to 

unbosom one's self to one's 

friends. [tached. 

Desabraçado, a, pp. adj. de- 
Desabraçar, va. to detach, to 

abandou a cause. 
Desabridamente, adv. rudely, 

sharply. 
Desabrido, a, adj. sharp, un- 

pleasant, hard, harsh. 
Desabrigadaxuente , adv. shel- 

terless. 
Desabrigado, a, pp. adj. unshel- 

tered, open ; that wants repair. 
Desabrigar, va. to leave one 

without shelter. 
Desabrigo, sm. want of shelter; 

abandon. 
Desabrimento, sm. sharpness of 

the weather or of temper, rough- 

ness of manner. 
Desabrir, va. to vex, to torment. 

— mãOy to desist. 
Desabrochado, a, pp. adi. un- 

clasped. (bloom. 

Desabrochar, va. to unclasp, to 
Desabusadamente, adv. freely, 

decisively. [bused. 

Desabusado, a, pp. adj. disa- 
Desabusar, va. to disabuse, to 

undeceive. Desahusar-se^ vr. to 

undeceive one's self. 
Desaoanhado, a, adj. free, quick, 



Desacanhar, va. to encourage. 
Desacatadamente, adv. disres- 

pectfuUy. 
Desacatamento, sm. disrespect. 
Desacatar, va. to disrespect. 
Desacato, sm. disrespect, un- 

mannerliness. 
Desacaudelado, a, adj. without 

captain or leader. 
Desacauteladamente , adv. in- 

considerately. 
Desacautelado, a, adj. impru- 

dent, inconsiderate. 

Desacautelar-se, vr. to be im- 

prudent. [of an accident. 

Desaccidentar-se, vr. to get out 

Desacommodadamente , adv, 

incommodiouslv. 
Desacommodaao , a, pp. adj. 

unprovided of conveniencies. 

Desacommodar , va. to incom- 

mode, to disaccommodate. De- 

sacommodar-set vr. to lose one*s 

place. [neatness. 

Desaceiado, a, adj. without 

Desaceio. sm. want of neatness. 

Desacerbar, va. to dulcorate, to 

mitigate. [siderately. 

Desacertadamente, adv. incon- 

Desacertado, a, pp. adj. faulty, 

erroneous. [take. 

Desacertar, va. to err, to mis- 

Desacerto, sm. fault, error, mis- 

take. [couraged. 

Desacobardado, a, pp. adj. en- 

Desacobardamento , sm. cou« 

rage. 
Desacobardar, va. to encourage. 
Desacoimado, a, pp. adj. absol- 

ved of a pecuniary muict. 
Desacoimar, va. to absolve of a 

pecuniary mulct. 
Desacompanhadamente , aãv. 

without company. 
Desacompanhado, a, pp. adj. 
unaccompanied. [alone. 

Desacompanhar, va. to leave 
Desaconselhado, a, pp. adj. dis- 
suaded. [to discounsel. 

Desaconselhar, va. to dissuade, 
Desacoraçoado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

heartened. 
Dc»acoraçoar, va. to dishearten. 
Deaaçorado, a, pp, adj, tamed. 



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Desaçorar, va, to tame. 
Desaoorçoamento, sm. want of 
courage. [siderately. 

Desaoordadamente, adv. incon- 
Desacordado, a, pp. adj. disa- 

freed; inconsiderate, mindless, 
eedless ; raving, bereaved of 

sense. [dant, dissonant. 

Desacordante, adj. 2 g. discor- 
iDesacordar, va. to set at va- 

riance, to perplex ; to discord. 

— vn. to disagree, to rave, to 

lose one's senses. Desacordar- 

se^ vr. to forget, to be mindless, 

heedless, careless. [dant. 

Desacordativo, a, adj. discor- 
Desacordo, sm. the loss of one's 

vits, absence, raving, distrac- 

tion ; imprudence , rashness ; 

disagreement. [aid. 

Desacorrido, a^ adj. witnout 
Desacosttunadaxaente , adv. 

unusually. 
Desacostumado, a, pp. adj. un- 

accustomed, unusual. 
Desacostumar, va. to disaccus- 

tom ; to break off a castom. — , 

vr. to disuse. 
Desacotoado, a, pp. adj. loosed. 
Desacotoar, va. to loose a coat 

of mail. 
Desaoovardar, va. and derivated. 

"V. Desacobardar. 
Desacravado, a, pp. adj. that is 

got out of the mire. 
Desararavar, va. to take or draw 

out of the mire. 
Desacreditado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

credited. [he that decries. 

Desacredltador, a, adj. and s. 
Desacreditar, va. to discredit. 

Desacreditar-se^ vr. to lose one's 

reputation. [sion. 

Desadoração, sf. hatred, aver- 
Desadorado, a, pp. adj. not 

adored. 
Desadorar, va. to hate; to be 

impatient; to chafe. 
Desadormecer, va. to wake. 
Desadormecido , a, pp. adj, 

vaked, roused from sleep. 
Desadormentado, a, pp. adj. 

'waked. 

Desadormentar, va, to wake. 



Desadomado, a, pp. adj. on* 

adorned. 
Desadomar, va. to disadom. 
Desadomo, sm. want of orna- 

ments. [rated. 

Desadunado, a, adj. {bot.\ sepa- 
Desadvertidamente , adv. in- 

considerately. 
Desadvertido, a, pp. adj. incon- 
siderate, imprudent. 
Desadvertir, va. to act inconsi- 

derately. 
Desafalxnar, va. to discredit. 
Desatazer, va. to disaccustom% 
Desafeito, a. pp. adj. disaccas- 

tomed. [moored. 

Desaferrado, a, pp. adj. un- 
Desaferrar, va. to force out 

from, to snatch, to wrest, to 

unmoor. Desaferrar-se ^ vr. to 

desist. [bolted. 

Desaferrolhado, a, pp. adj. un- 
Desaf errolhar , va. to unbolt. 

Desaferrolhar-se, vr. to be un- 

bolted. [gligent. 

Desafervorar, vn. to grow ne- 
Desaífabilidade, sf. want of 

affability. 
Desaíf ectação , sf. unaffected- 

ness ; a natural way of speak- 

ing, "writing, etc. 
Desaffectadamente, adv. with- 

out affectation. 
Desaíf ectado, a, adj. unaffected. 
Desaffecto, sm. disaffection. 
Desaffeição, sf. disaffection, an- 

tipathy. [affected. 

Desaffeiçoado, a, pp. adj. dis- 
Desaífeiçoar, va. to disaffect. 

Desaffeiçoar-se^ vr. to lose the 

affection. 
Desaffronta, sf. revenge. 
Desaffrontado, a, pp. adj. re> 

venged. 
Desaffrontador, a, adj. oue that 

revenges. 
Desaffrontar, va. to revenge, to 

vindicate. 
Desafiado, a, pp. adj. cballenged. 
Desafiador, sm. challenger. 
Desafiante, adj. 2 g. that deães. 
Desafiar, va. to challenge; to 

defy. 



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Desafinadamente, adv. disoord- 

antly. 
Desafinado, a, jç^. adf. untaned. 
Desaflnamento , sm, want of 

harmony. 
Desafinar, va. and n. to tuitune. 

Desafinar-se^ tm. to be cmt -of 

tune. 
Desafio, sm. challenge, dneL 
Desafogadamente, a<2v. easily, 

freely. 
Desafogado, a, pp. aâ^. eleared, 

open, airy ; easy, free from oare. 
Desafogar, va. to clear, io â««, 

to ease, to deliver. Besafogar- 

«e, vr. to unbosom. 
Desafogo, sm. ease, comfoit, ala- 

crity. 
Desaforadamente, adv. frow- 

ardly, impudently. 
Desaforado, a, pp. adj. froward, 

insolent; (m kao) iree Ircon 

ground rent. 
Desaforamento, sm. (m knv) the 

act of renouncing ; impudence, 

sanciness. 
Desaforar, va. to exentpt &obi 

ground rent. Desaforar-ae^ vr. 

to gro-vir unruly ; to dejpnve ette^s 

self of the favour ef iaw. 
Desaforo, sm. saucinetus, outrage. 
Desafoartnnadamemte, não. vn.- 

happily. [anlucky. 

Desafortnnado, a, -adj. unhappy, 
Desafregnezado, a, pp. adj, tkat 

has lost some customers. 
Desafreguezar, va. to deprive 

of customers. Deaafregutíiar^^e^ 

vr. to cease to be a customer. 
Desafumado, a, jf^. adj. olear 

from smoke. [smoke. 

Desafomar, va. to elear from 
Desafosoar, va. to clear from 

darkness. 
Desagasalhado, a, pp. adj. tum- 

ed out of doors. 
Desagasalhador, a, adj. that 

turns one out of doors, inhospi- 

table. [out of doors. 

Desagasalfaar, va. to tnm one 
Dessttf ftsaUio , tm. rouglmcAs; 

c<^or bad reception. 
Desagasalhoso, a, adj. that be- 

feaves one of shelter. | 



Desagastado, a, pip, -adj, ap» 

peased, pac^ed. 
Desagastamento, sm. calmness. 
Desagastar, va. to sopease, to 

pacify. [vea^ea, righted. 

Desaggravado, a, pp. adj^ re- 
DesaggraTador, a, «m. or f. he 

or fine who redresses wrongs. 
Desaggravar, va. to redreiss 

wrongs, to give satísfactkm. 
Desaggravo, sm. righting of 

wrongs, satisfaction given. 
Desaggregação, sf. disaggrega- 

tioB. [aggre^ated. 

Desaggregado, a, jpp. ad}. dia- 
Desaggregante, aíj. 2 g. disag- 

gregating. 
Desaagregar, va. to disaggre- 

gate, to sepaxate. 
Desagradado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

pleased. 
Desagradar, va. to displease, to 

disapprove. Desagradar-se^ vr. 

to have a dislike, to disliko. 
Desagradável, adj. dlsagree- 

able, unpleasant. 
Desagradavelmente, adv. dis- 

agreeably, unpleasantly- 
Desagradeoer , va. to be un- 

gratefttl. [thankfally. 

Desagradeoidamente, adv. un- 
Desagradeoido, a, pp. adj. un- 

thankful, ungratefol. 
Desagradecimento , sm. nn- 

thankfulness. [ness. 

Desagrado , sm. disagreeable- 
Desaguadeiro, sm. ditch, gutter, 

drain. [emptied. 

Desaguado, a, pp. adj. drained, 
Desaguador, a, sm. wf. drainec 
Dasagnamento, «m. drúnage, 

draining. 
Desaguar, va. to discharge, to 

empty ; to drain. — , «n, — no 

mar., to disembogue itself. 
Desaguisadamente , adv. un- 

reasonably. 
Desaguisado, a, adj. iU^minded. 
Desainado, a, j^ adj, xnade 

lean. 
Desainadura, sf. {among farriers') 

humour in a horse^s hõof. 
Desainar, va. to make lean ; (/Sgr.) 

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Desairado, a, pp. oeí;. d«pT»^«â ; 

unfortunate. 
Desairar, va. to depvsTe; to 

disgrace. [ticm. 

Desaire or Desar, sm. deprava- 
Oesairosaxoente, adx. a^wxwasrd- 

ly. [graceful. 

Desairoso, a, adj. aixrkwapd, un- 
Desajou^, va. to unccniplé. 
Desajudado, a, pp. adg\ nalielp- 

ed, unasslsted. {}^S' 

Desajudar, va. to forbear assist- 
DesajnJradD, a, adj. vnwilfty, 

foolish. [separate. 

Desajuntar, va. to dispoin, to 
Desajustado, a, pp. adj. nmad- 

justed. 
Desajustar, va. to disorder^ to 

confound. Desajustarse^ w. to 

break a contract. [dry. 

Desalagado, a, pp. adj. dnôned, 
Desalagar, va. to dry, to exsic- 

cate. [of a bnrden. 

Desalastrado, a, pp. adj. eased 
Desalastrar, va. to ease of a 

ballast or load. 
Desalbardado, a, pp. adi. un 

pannelled. H^ast. 

Desalbardar, va. to unpaBnel a 
Desalentado, a, pp. adj. discon- 

raged, dejected. 
Desalentar, va. to disconragef 

to deject. Lesalentar-se, vr. to 

be dioieartened. 
Desalento, sm. dejection, dis- 

couragement. 
Desalfoiiado,«, pp. adj. -without 

a -wallet or bag. 
Desalíorjar, va. to take a thing 

out of a wallet. [alieMa. 

Desalhar, va. to aliesate, to 
Desalijar, va. {a sea term) to 

lighten, to unload. 
Desallnhadamante , oâM). un- 

handsomely. [not "neat. 

Desalinhado, a, pp. adj. shittish, 
Desalinhar, va. to take away l&e 

omament. [slovenliness. 

Desalinho, sm. tmbandsomeness, 
Desalistar, va. to take away of 

a list. [eased. 

Desaliviado, a, pp. adj, nolonger 
Desaliviar, va. to eases to reliere. 
Desaliyio, tm, ease, reiief. 



Desiiliança, sf. 'ú» hmtSk. or 

Tuptuve of an áHiance. 
Desâailar, va. te bresk an al- 

liance. 
Dessimadameixte, adv.. irapious- 

ly, cruelly. 
desalmado, a, pp. adj. wicked, 

perverse. 
Descdmar, va. to murder; {fíg.) 

to deprive of life, of expression. 
Desalmsur^fie, vr. to becoiiie 

wicked, perverse. 
Desalojado, a, pp. adj. dislodged. 
Desalojar, va. to dislodge. 
Desalterado, a, pp. adj. ap- 

peased, mitigated. 
Dvsaltevar, -va. {svrg.) to çut 

again m the same state ; toiniti- 

gate. IJoved. 

Desamado, a,pp. adj. no longer 
Desamanhadaniente, adv. dis- 

orderly, unhandsomefy. 
Pesam anhado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

ordered, distnrbed. 
Desamanhar, va. to difiorder, 

to disturb. [of way. 

Desamão, adv. at a distance, out 
Desamar, va. to love no more. 
Dasamaxinhado, a, pp. adj. de- 

prived of the crew. 
Desamarinhar, va. {a sea term.) 

to take away the crew of a ship. 
Desamarrado, a,pp. adj. untied, 

unbound. [unbind. 

Desamarrar, va. te untie, to 
Desamava, adj. 2 g. nnlovely, 

unpleasant. [tion. 

DesaanbiçSo, sf. "wai\t of ambi- 
Desamigar-se, vr. to break off 

with a ft>iend. 
DesameestaçSo, sf. dissnasion, 

dehortation. 
Desamor, «m.? disaffection ; ba- 

tred, aversion; a declining in 

loTe. 
Desamorado, a, adj. and «. he 

who does not love as he did be- 

fore. 
DesamoraTSl, adj. 2 g. that is 

not amorous, nnlovely. 
DesamoravelmeiKte, adv. with 

hatred or aversion, onkindly. 
DesamoFOBOf a, aãj, imlovely, 

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Desamortalhar , va. to unshroud. 
Desamotinado, pp. adj. quieted. 
Desaxnotinar, va. to quiet, to 

appease. [saken. 

Desamparado, a, pp. aàj. for- 
Desamparar, va. to forsake, to 

quit. [forsaking. 

Desamparo , sm. abandoning, 
Desamuado, a, pp. adj. pacifíed, 

appeased. [pease. 

Desamuar, va. to pacify, to ap- 
Desancado, a, pp. adj. pommel- 

led. [gel. 

Desancar, va. to pommel, to cud- 
Desancorado, a, pp. adj. un- 

moored. [to unmoor. 

Desancorar, va. to weighanchor. 
Desandado, a,pp.a(2;. goneback. 
Desandador, sm. a sort of screw. 
Desandar, va. to go the same 

"way o ver again. 
Desangrado, a, pp. adj. bled. 
Desangrar, va. to drain ali the 

blood out; to weaken. 
Desanimadamente, adv. deject- 

edlj. 
Desanimado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

heartened, disanimate. 
Desanimar, va. to discourage, 

to dishearten. Desanimaar-se, vr. 

to be discouraged. [ness. 

Desanimo, sm. dejection, -weak- 
Desaninliado, a, pp. adj. turned 

out of the nest. 
Desaninhar, va. to turn out of 

the nest, to dislodge. 
Desannexação, sf. division, se- 

paratioD. [rated, divided. 

Desannexado, a, pp. adj. sepa- 
Desannexar, va. to separate, to 

divide things that were incor- 

porated. (parated. 

Desannexo, a, adj. divided, se- 
Desanojado, a, pp. adj. eased of 

mourning. (mourning. 

Desanojar, va. to ease one of his 
Desapaixonadamente, adv. un- 

passionately, without passion. 
Desapaixonado, a, adj. im- 

partial, unpassionated. 
Desapaixonar, va. to calm, to 

quiet, to free from passion. 

Desapaixonar-se ^ vr. to come 

from passion to calmness. 



Desaparentado, a, adj. without 

relations. [part. 

Desapartar, va. to separate, to 
Desapeçonhentar, va. to coun- 

teract poison. 
Desapegadamente, adv. -with- 
out attachment. 
Desapegado, a,»/), adj. unglued, 

detached. [rence, disdain. 

Desapegamento , sm. indifife- 
Desapegar, va. to detach; {fig.) 

to free from affection. 
Desapego, sm. desaffection, in- 

difference. 
Desaperceber, va. to lay up one 

thing, to take way. 
Desapercebidamente, adv. un- 

expectedly, suddenly. 
Desapercebido, a, pp. adj. un- 

provided, unwary. 
Desapercebimento, sm. want of 

providence. 
Desapertadamente, adv. loose- 

ly, íreely. [untied. 

Desapertado, a, pp. adj. unbent, 
Desapertar, va. to unbend, to 

loosen. Desapertar-se^ vr. to be 

untied. 
Desaperto, sm. wideness, ease. 
Desapiedadamente, adv. cruel- 

ly, inhumanly. 
Desapiedado, a, pp. adj. unmer- 

ciful, fierce. 
Desapiedar, va. to make cruel 

or inhuman. 
Desaplumado, a, pp. adj. unle- 

velfed; {fig.) humoled. 
Desaplumar, va. to unplumb; 

{fig?) to despond. [nation. 

Desaplumo, sm. declivity, incli- 
Desapoderadamente, adv. ex- 

ceedingly. 
Desapoderado, a, pp. adj. spoil- 

ed, put out of power. 
Desapoderar, va. to put out of 

power. [of supçort. 

Desapoiado, a, pp. adj. deprived 
Desapoiar, va. to deprive of sup- 

port or protection. 
Desapoio, sm. want of support. 
DesapolvlUiado , a, pp. adj. 

without powder. 
DesapolviUiar, va. to take the 

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Desapontado, a, pp. adj. with- 

outpointing ; (yÇ^.) disappointed. 
Desapontar, va. to make lose 

the pointing of an arm; {fig.) 

to disappoint. 
Desaposentado, a, pp. adj, ex- 

pulsed from a chamoer. 
Desaposentar , va. to expulse 

from a chamber. 
Desapossado, a, pp. adj. dispos- 

sessed. 
Desapossar, va. to dispossess. 
Desapparecer, vn. to disappear. 

Desapparecer-se^ vr. to abscond 

one's self; to pass away. 
Desapparecimento, sm. the act 

of disappearing. 
Desapparelhado , a, pp. adi. 

wilhout preparation ; undeckea. 
Desapparelhar, va. {a sea term) 

to unrig, to unmast. — , um ca- 

vallOy to unpannel a horse. — 

a mestty to clear the table. 
Desapparelho, sm. the act of 

nnmasting. [ance. 

Desapparição , sf. disappear- 
Desapplicação, sf. inapplication. 
Desapplicadamente, ado. care- 

lessly, negligently. 
Desapplicado, a, pp. adj. care- 

less, negligent. 
Desapplicar, va. to neglect. 
Desappr ovação, sf. disapproba- 

tion, censure. [approved. 

Desapprovado, a, pp. adj. dis- 
Desapprovador, a, sm. or f. 

blamer, he or she who disap- 

proves. 
Desapprovar, va. to disapprove. 
Desapprovativo, a, adj. disap- 

probatory. [offend. 

Desaprazer, vn. to displease ; to 
Desaprazivel, adj. 2 g. displea- 

sant, unpleasant. 
Desapreciar, va. to depreciate. 
Desaprender, va. to unlearn. 
Desaprendido, a, pp. adj. uu- 

learned. [vered, free. 

Desapressado, a, pp. adj. deli- 
Desapressar, va. to deliver, to 

free. [ments. 

Desapresto, sm. want of instru- 
Desaprimorado, a, adj, inac- 

corate. 
PabtbI 



Desapropositado, a, adj. im- 

pertínent, nonsensícal. 
Desapropriação, sf. disappro- 

priation. 
Desapropriado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

possessed, disappropriate. 
Desapropriar, va. to dispossess, 

to depnve. [vishly. 

Desaproveitadamente, adv. Ia- 
Desaproveitado, a, pp. adj. la- 

visned, frusiarated. 
Desaproveitamento, sm. lavish- 

ness. [to prejudice. 

Desaproveitar, va. to lavish, 
Desaproveitoso , a, adj. mis- 

chievous, offensive. 
Desaqainíxoado, a, pp. adj, un- 

shared. 
Desaqulnhoar, va. to deprive 

of one*s share. 
Desar, sm. faultiness, disgrace. 
Desarado, a, pp. adj. fallen (the 

hoof of a horse). 
Desaranhado, a, pp. adj. made 

clean of cobwebs. [webs. 

Desaranhar, va. to clean of cob- 
Desarar, va. {among farriers) to 

fali off (the hoof of a horse). 
Desarcado, B.,pp. adj. ill shap ed, 

huge. 
Desarcar, va. to drive out hoops. 
Desareado, a, pp. adj. made 

clean of sand. 
Desarear, va. to clear of sand. 
Desarilhar, va. to rid of ; to dis- 

intangle. 
Desarmado, a, pp. adj. disarmed. 
Desarmador, sm. disarmer. 
Desarmadura, sf. disarming. 
Desarmar, va. to disarm, to 

unarm. — um arco, to unbend a 

bow. 
Desarraigado, a, pp. adj. un- 

rooted, extirpated. 
Desarraigamento, sm. extirpa- 

tion, rooting out. 
Desarraigar, va. to unroot, to 

deracinate, to extirpate. 
Desarrancar, va. to puU away 

violently, to root up. 
Desarranchar , va. and n. to 

undo a partnership. 
Desarranjado^ a, pp. o^i-^^C 



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Desarranjador, a, adj, Bcat* 

terer. 
Desarranjar, va. t^ disorder, to 

confound, to derange. 
Desarranjo, sm. confusion, de- 

rangement; disorder. 
Desarrazoadamente, adv. nn- 

reasonably. [reasonable. 

Desarrazoado, a, pp, adj. un- 
Desarrazoamento , sm. urt- 

reasonableness. 
Desarrazoar, vn. to shew the 

unreasonableness of any tbing : 

to talk nonsense, to rave. 
Desarregaçado, a, j^. adj. un- 

tucked, ungirt 
Desarregaçar, va. to untuck. 
Desarreiado, a, pp. adj. de- 

prived of harness; iindressed 

(horse). 
Desarreiar,* va. to take away the 

harness, to undress the hooBA. 
Desarrimado, a, pp. adj. unpro- 

tected. [sapport. 

Desarrimar, va. to take away a 
Desarrimo, sm. want of support. 
Desarrufado, a, pp. adj. taat is 

not pouted. 
Desarrufar, va. to'put an end to 

any quarrel among lovers. 
Desarrufo, sm. the act of finlfihr 

ing a pouting among lovers. 



Desarmgado, a, pp. adj. made 

smooth, unwrinkled. [iÚLg* 

Desamigamento, sm. unwrink- 
Desarrugar, va. to unwrinkle. 
Desarrumação, sf. derangement, 

disorder. 
Desamimadamentef adv. dis- 

orderly, confusedly. [ordered. 
Desarrumado, a, pp. adj. dis- 
Desarrumar, va. to put in con- 

fusion, to disorder- 
Desartioulado, a, adj. {boi.) de- 

prived of articulation. 
Desarvorado, a, pp. adj. {a sea 

term) dismasted , unuutsted ; 

{fiff.) forsaken. 
Desarvorar, va. to dismast, to 

pull down. 
Desasado,a, adj. blunt, carelest. 
Desasido, a, pp. adj. puUed away, 

loosed. 

VeaoBir, va. to let go, to loose. 



Desatir^e^ vr. to disseize one^s 

jBelf of a thing. 
Desasisadaxneizte, adv. foolish- 

ly, madly. [siUv. 

Desasisado, a, pp. adj. foolisn, 
Desasisar, va. to deprive of 

iudgment; to trouble. — vn. to 

De mad, to be out of his wits. 
Desasnado, a, pp. adj. taught, 

made witty. 
Desasnador, sm. hewho teaches. 
Desasnamento, sm. instruction. 
Desaanar, va. to teach wit. 
Desassanhado, a, pp. adj. un- 

soored, paciâed. 
Desassaímar, va. to pacify, to 

quiet. Desassanhar-se^ vr. to be 

appeased; to be imsoured. 
Desassazoado, a, adj. unsea- 

soned. [nasty. 

Desasseado, a, adj, unclean, 
Desaaseio, sm. nastiness. 
Desassellado, a, pp. adj. un- 

sealed. 
Desasstilar, va. to unseal. 
Desasaimilliado, a.,!^. adj. dis- 

similar, unlike. 
Desassixnllhar, va. to make un- 
like, to differ. Desassimilhar-se, 

vr. to be unlike. 
Desasslnado, SL^pp- adj. deprived 

of a pension (friar or monk). 
Desasainar, va. to deprive of a 

pension. [imprudently. 

Desasslsadamente, adv. madly, 
Desasaisado, a, pp. adj. unwise. 
Desassisar, va. to deprive of 

understanding. 
Desassocegadamente , adv. 

anxiously, unquietly. 
Desassocegado, a, m>^ adj. un- 

quiet, restleas, troublesome. 
Desa880cegador,a, adj. disquiet- 

er, disturbcr. (trouble. 

Desassooegar, va. to dis^uiet, to 
Desassocego, «m. unquietness, 

disquiet. 
Desasaolvado , a, pp. adj. {ar- 

til.) unloaded, diacharged. 
DesasBoIvar, va. to unload a 

cannon ; to discharge. 
Desassombradamente , adv. 

boldly, eaaily. 
Desassonilirado , a, pp, adj. 



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vnshado^ed, sanny; free from 

fear or trouble. [easiness. 

BeEÕOTomlNraxnento, sm. ease, 
]>e8afMK>mbTar, va. to free from 

care. Desassombrar-se^ vr. to re- 

coverfrom fear, surprLse, etc. 
Desassombro, sm. boldness, as- 

surance. 
I>e8assu8tadaznente, adv. f>oId- 

ly, -vithout fear. [less. 

Desassustado, a, pp. adj. fear- 
Besassustar, va. to dríye a^ay 

fear • to hearten. [pity* 

Desastradamente, adv, tmnap- 
Desastrado, a, adj. imhappy, 

unfortunate. [ness. 

Desastrar, va. to canse unhappi- 
Desastre, sm. disaster. 
Desastrosamente, ai:v. unhap- 

pily. [fortunate. 

Desastroso, a, adj. unhappv, un- 
Desatacado, a, pp. adj. unlaced, 

loosened. [loosen. 

Desatacar, va. to tinlace, to 
Desatadamente, adv. loosely, 

freely. 
Desatado, a, pp. adj. untied, 

unboand. Rir ctmi rtso — , to 

burst out with laughing. 
Desatadura, sf. the act of loos- 

ing. [breaking loose. 

Desatamento, sm. the act of 
Desatar , va. to untie ; to re- 
solve, to dissolve. Desafar-se^ 

vr. is for a knot to be undone. 
Deaatascar , va. to take, get or 

draw out of the mire. 
Desataudado, a, pp. adj. taken 

away of a coffin. [of'^a coffin. 
Desataudar, va. to take away 
Desataviadamente , adv. nn- 

handsomely, without neatnesa. 
Desataviado, a, pp. adj. un- 

adorned, undecked. 
Desataviar, va. to undeek, to 

strip or take off the ornament. 
Desatavio , sm. want of onm- 

ments. [frighted. 

Desatemorisado, Sí^pp.adj. uaaf- 
Desatemorisar, va. to recover 

from fear. [unwitty. 

Desatilado, a, adj. uningenioiís, 
Desatinadamente, adv, madly, 

nconsiderately. 



i: 



Desatinado, a, j^. adj. stunxieâ, 

amazed; mad, rash. 
Desatinar, va. to trouble, to im- 
portune, to stuii. — , vr. to be 

mad; to mistake; to fret, to long. 
Desatino, sm. madness, folly. 
Desatolado, a, pp. adj. taken or 

drawn out of tne mind. 
Desatolar-se, vr. to be dravn 

out of the mind, [grappled. 

Desatracado, a, pp. adj. un- 
Desatracar, va. and n. to un- 
rapple. Desatracar-sey vr. to 
e ungrappled. 
Desatravessado, a, pp. adj. re- 

moved from lying across. 
Desatravessar , va. to remove 

from lying across. Desatraoes- 

sar-se^ vr. to be removed from 

lying across. [tion. 

Desattenção, sf. want of atten- 
Desattenciosamente, adv. dis- 

respectfully. 
Desattencioso, a, adj. disres^ 

pectful; irreverent. 
Desattender, va. to neglect, to 

disrecpect. 
Desattendido, a, pp. adj. unat- 

tentive, nèglected. 
Desattendivel , adj. 2 g. that 

deserves but a little attention. 
Desattentadamente , adv. ín- 

considerately, unadvisedly. 
Desattentado, a, pp. adj. mcon- 

siderate. [pectfttlly. 

Desattentamente, adv. disres- 
Desattentar, V7i. to be nnatten- 

tive, to neglect. 
Desattento, a, adj. unattentive, 

inconsiderate. 
Desauoiado, a, adj. out of ali 

hc^es (sick person). 
Desantoração, sf. the act and 

effect of degrading. 
Desantorado, a, pp. adi. de- 

graded, deprived or an onice. 
Desantorar, va. to degrade, to 

deprive of an office. 
Desantoridade , sf. unTVorthi- 

ness, indignity. rising. 

Desautorisação, sf. disautho- 
Desautorisado, a, pp. adj. dia- 

authorised. 



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rise, to put out of anthoríty. 

Desautorisar-sej vr. to lose tne 

authority. [debate. 

Desavença, sf. discord, strife, 
Desaventuradamente, (tdv. nn- 

happily, unluckily. 
DeBaventorado, a, pp, adi. xm- 

happy, unlucky. [turar. 

Desaventurar. va, V. Desven- 
Desavergonhadamente , adv. 

impudently, saucily. 
Desavergonhado, a, adj. shame- 

less, impudent. 
Desavergonhamento, sm. im- 

pudence, shamelessness. 
Desavergonhar, va. to make one 

shameless or impudent. Desa- 

vergonhar-se, vr. to grow impu- 
dent. 
Desavezado, a, pp. adj. unac- 

customed. 
Desavezar, va. to disaccustom. 
Desavezo, sm. the breakin^ of a 

custem. [nished. 

Desaviado, a, pp. adj. unfurn- 
Desaviar, va. to put out of the 

way; to frustrate. 
Desavindo, a, adj. involved in 

troubles by dissension. 
Desavir, va. to involve in trou- 
bles by dissension. Desavir-se, 

vr. to dissent, to disagree. 
Desavisadamente, adv. unad- 

visedly. 
Dc»avisado, a, pp, adj. unware, 

unadvised. 
Desavisamento, sm. unadvised- 

ness, imprudence. 
Desavisar, va. to retract advice, 

to counterraand. Desavisar - se ^ 

vr. to forget a thing. 
Desaviso , sm. countermand a 

contrary advice. [a thing. 

Desavistar, va. to lose sight of 
Desazadamente, adv. clumsily, 

carelessiy. 
Desazado, a, pp. adj. i^ngless ; 

{fig.) awkward, clumsv. 
Desazar, va. to cut or break the 

wings; {fig.) to hinder. 
Desazo, sm. blockishness^ duU- 

ness. 
Desazonar, va. to take avay of 

A season ; to make insipid. 



Desbabado, a, pp. adj, irnsia- 

vered. 
Desbabar, vn. to unslavei^ Des- 

babar-se^ vr, {fig.) to lose the 

love. [bunch of grapes. 

Desbagoar, va. to pick out a 
Desbagnlhar, va. to pick out 

the kernel. [a land-mark. 

Desbalisado, a, pp. adj. vithout 
Desbalisar, va. to break or take 

away the land-marks. fup. 

Desbalsado, a, pp. adj. grubbed 
Desbalsar, va, to grub up. 
Desbancado, a, pp. adj excelled, 

surpassed. 
DesbaBúicar, va. to beat, to sur- 

pass ; to win ali the money of 

the banker at basset. 
Desbaptisado, a, pp. adj. that 

has changed one's religion or 

name. 
Desbaptisar, va. to change the 

name or religion of one; to make 

unknown. 
Desbaratado, a, pp. adj. put to 

the rout, beaten, defeated, rui- 

ned ; dissolute. 
Desbaratador, sm. he who de- 

feats; a lavisher; a prodigal. 
Desbaratamento, sm. the act of 

defeating or routing. 
DetSbaratar, va. to waste, to 

spend, to consume ; to defeat, 

to rout, to overcome. Desbara- 

tar-se^ vr. to be ruined. 
Desbarate, sm. rout, slaughter; 

ruin; havock. 
Desbarato, sm. wasting, spend- 

ing; havock. 
Desbarbado, adj. m. beardless, 

without a beard. 
Desbarbar, va. to shave. 
Desbarrado, a, pp. adj. unco- 

vered. 
Desbarrar, va. to uncover. 
Desbarretado, a, pp. adj. bare- 

headed, uncapped. 
Desbarretar, va. — alguém^ to 

take away another's cap. 
Desbarrlgado , a, adj. withoat 

belly. 
Desbastado, a, pp. adj, made 

thin, slender; softened. 
Desbastador, a, sm.ovf. he or 



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she who rough-hews ; (fig,) one 

that civilizes. 
Desbastamento, sm. the act and 

effect of rouffh-hewing ; (fig.) 

the act of civilizing . 
Desbastar, va. to rough-hew, to 

remove; to thin; (yS^.) to civi- 
lize, [timated. 
Desbastardado, a, pp. adj. legi- 
Desbastardar, va. (anc.) to legi- 

timate. [of cutting ofi*. 

Desbaste, sm. the act and work 
Desbeiçado, a, pp, adj. without 

lips. 
Desbeiçar, vn. to cut the lips. 
Desboccadaxnente, adv. without 

a bit ; {fig.) immoderately. 
Desboccado, a, pp. adj. that is 

not obedient to bit. Cavallo — , 

a hard-mouthed horse. 
Desboccar, va. to harden the 

mouth of a horse. Deshoccarse^ 

vr. to run away (a horse). 
Desbolado, a, adj. {anc.) heed- 

less. 
Desboroar, va. to powder any 

thing. [clear from dregs. 

Desborrado, a, pp. adj. rnside 
Desborrar, va. to make clear 

from dregs. [loured. 

Desbotado, a, pp. adj. disco- 
Desbotadura, sf. discolouring. 
Desbotamento , sm. discolour- 
ing, discoloration, paleness. 
Desbotar, va. to discolour. Des- 

botar-se^ vr. to be discoloured. 
Desbragado, a, pp. adj. unchain- 

ed ; {fig.) turbulent. 
Desbragar, va. and n. to grow 

mild, to be tamed. [fury. 

Desbravar, vn. to vent one^s 
Desbrio, sm. {poet.) want of ho- 

nour. [clasped. 

Desbrochado, a, pp. adj. un- 
Desbrochar, va. to unclasp ; {fig.) 

to speak ill of one. 
Desbuobar, vn. to clear the maw, 

to disgorge (birds). [ed. 

Descabeçado, a, pp. adj. behead- 
Descabeçamento, sm. behead- 

ing, decapitation. 
Descabeçar, va. to bebead, to 

take the head off. — {agric.) to 

bare the root. 



Descabellado, a, pp. adj. dishe- 

velled. 
Descabellar, va. to dishevel. 

Descahellar-se^ vr, to tug one^s 

own hair. 
Descachar, va. to free from the 

coarse scum the spirit drawn 

from the sugar cane. 
Descadeirar, vn. to break one'8 

back. Descadeirar - se y vr, to 

frisk. 
Descaída, sf. decay, fali, misfor- 

tune ; a pleasantry. 
Descaimento, sm. decay, misfor- 

tune. 
Descair, vn. to decay, to sink. 
Descalçado, a, pp. adj. bare- 

footed, unshod. 
Descalçar, va. to puU off the 

shoes. 
Descalcez, sf. the ttate of one 

whose profession is to walk 

always bare-footed. 
Descalço, a, adj. barexfooted; 

{fig.) unpreparea. 
Descalvado, a, pp. adj. without 

trees, etc. 
Descalvar, va. to strip or de- 

prive a mountain of trees. 
Descaxnbação, sf. droUery. 
Descambado, a, adj. permuted; 

pleasant. 
Descambar, vn. to permute, to 

exchange, to slide. 
Descambio, sm. exchange, per- 

mutation. 
Descaminhado, a, pp. adj. in- 

vious, impassabie. 
Descaiuinhador, sm. a smugler. 
Descaminhar, va. to pnt out of 

the way; to pervert; to steal 

the custom-house duties. 
Descaminho, sm. disorder, trou- 

ble; embezzlement ; corruption 

of morais. 
Descamisado, a, adj. wanting 

shirts ; {fig.) beggar. 
Descamisar, va. to open the 

leaves of the maize (índia). 
Descampado, sm. a desert, a 

wilderness. 
Descançadamente, adv. easily. 
Descançado. a, pp, adj. easy, 

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Descançadeiro, sm. a place fit 

for restin^'. 
Descançar, va. to help, to lie, to 

rest, to repose. — , vn. to rest, 

to take some rest; to discon- 

tinne, to desist. 
Descanço, sm. rest, easc, qniet- 

ness. Em — , calmly. Sem — , in- 

termptedlj. [cert. 

Descantar, vn. to give a con- 
Descante, .^m. a concert, sere- 

nade. [dentíy. 

Descaradamexite , adv. iropu- 
Descarado. a, adj. impudent, 

bare-facoíl. 
Descaramento, sm. sanciness, 

impudence. 
Descarapuçado, a, adj. he who 

is bare-faced. [one*8 cap. 

Descarapuçar-se , vr. to take 
Descarar, va. to make orre im- 

pudent. Descarar-se, vr. to be- 

come impudent. 
Descarga, sf. nnloading". — de 

humores, purginfí: off the hu- 

moars. — , {artil.) discharg-e. 

— , payment ; acquittal. 
Descargo, sm. clearinp: or ex- 

CUSe. [11688. 

Descaridade, sf. uncharitable- 
Descaridosaiuente, adv. ancha- 

ritably. [ble. 

Desosuridoso, a, adj. uncharita- 
Descarinhoso, a, adj. Ti^naffec- 

tionate. 
Descamado, a, pp. adj. lean, 

meagre, thin ; ifCg.) anrooted. 
Descamador, sm. {surg.) a lan- 
cei, [off. 
Descamar, va. to pick tte fleah 
Descaro, sm. impudeuce, shame- 

lessness. 
Descaroçado, a, pp. adj. witiiotit 

BtoDB or kerneí (rhiit). 
Descaroçador, a, sm. or f. he 

wh o takes away stones or ker- 

nels. 
Descaroçar, va. to take aiway 

stones, kemels (fruit or cotton) 

or seeds. 
Descarregado, a, np. adj. un- 

loaded ; dischargea, absdlved. 
Descarregadoiro, sm. the place 

"where the ship is disbordened. 



Descarregar, va. to imtoad, to 

discharge. — um goipe^ to strike 

a blow. — , 1*7?. to get rid o£. 

Descarreffar-se. vr. to be dis- 

charged, to drive ont. 
DescarreirsKio, a, adj. put oat 

of the way. [the "way. 

Des carr eirar. va. to put oat of 
Descarriado. a, adj. that has 

lost bis "way. 
Descartado, a, pp. adj. discard- 

ed; deprived; rejected. 
Descartar, va. (cards) to discard. 

— «c, vr. — de alguém^ to rid one's 

self of a person. — de crieídos, 

to dismiss the servants. 
Descarte, sm. the discarding of 

cards; dismissing. [ed. 

Descasada, a, pp. adj. tmmatch- 
Descasamento, sm. divorce. 
Descasar, va. unmarry, tor nn> 

roatch. 
Descascado, a, pp. adj. peeled. 
Descascador, sm. he -who peeis. 
Descascadura, sf. peeling. 
Descascamento, sm. peeling'. 
Descascar, va. to peei, to decor- 

tícate^ to stripe of the bark. 
Descatirar or Descaptirar, trar. 

to free from slavery, to do- 

lirer. [lessneas. 

Deacautela, sf. negligenc», csre<> 
Desca^ralgado, a, j9p adj, dis- 

mounted. 
Descavalgar, va. to dismomit; 

to alight, to get ofT the baek 

of a horse. [a wan look. 

Descaveirado, a, adj. that has 
Descendência, sf. race, lineag». 
Descendente, aaj. 2 g. descend- 

ing, oífspring, descendant. 
Descender, vn. to descend, to 

draw bis origin from. 
Descendido, a, pp. adj. deseem^ 

ed, that has gone doini. 
Descendimento, sm. the aclion 

of taking a thing down. 
Descensão , sf. descension.; 

{mus.) {{astr.) descension 
Descenso, sm. (phys.) desc^it, 

declensioD. ^bb. 

Desconte, s. — da maré^ rohix; 
Descer, va. to descend, to come 

down. — do cavallo^ to dismoont. 



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— da carruagem, to get out of 
a carriage. — , vn. to decline, to 
decay, to bring down,to lower. 

— 03 escadas, to go do\m stairs. 
Descer-se^ vr. to step do"WB. — 
da sua opinião, to change one^s 
opinion, to desist, to give np. 

Descercado, a, j^. adj. free 

from a siege. 
Descercador, sm. he who malces 

the besiegers raise a siege. 
Descercar, va. to make the be- 
siegers raise the siege. 
Descerco, sm. the act of xnaking 

raise a siege. 
Descerrado, a, pp. adj. opened, 

without walls. [Tmvall. 

Descerrar, va. to set open, to 
Deschancellado, a, pp. adf. un- 

sealed. 
Deschancellar, va. to unseal. 
Descida, f/*. a descent; declivity. 
Descido, a, pp. adj. come dewn, 

descended; decayed. 
Descimentado, a, pp. adj. de- 

prived of foundation. 
Descimentar, va. to deprire of 

foundation. [descent. 

Descimento , ^n. descension , 
Descingido, a, pp. adj. ungirt, 

nnbound. 
Descingir, va. to nngird, to loose 

the girdle. Descingir-se, vr. to 

be ungirt. 
Descoagulado, a, pp. adj. melted, 

uncoagulated. 
Descoagular, va. to me}t, to dis- 
solve. 
Descoalhado, a, pp. adj. melted, 

dissolved. 
Descoalhar, va. to melt, to dis- 
solve. Descoalhar-se, vr, to grow 

liquid. 
Descoberta, sf. discovery, ia- 

vention, findmg. A's — *, pu- 

blicly. 
Descobertamente, adv. openly. 
Descoberto, a, j^. adj. disco- 

vered, uncovered ; declared. A' 

cara descoberta, <M»enly. 
Descobertura, sf. the act of 

nncovering. 
D eaoob ridor, a, sm. or f. disco- 

▼erer, inventor ; scoat. 



Descobrimento, sm. discovefj, 

detection, invention. 
Descobrir, va. to discover, to 

nncover, to disclose, to reveal, 

to open. Descobrir-se, vr. to un- 

cover one's self, to puU off one^s 

hat. Isto ha de — , time will 

bring it to light. [boldly. 

Descocadamente , adu. over- 
Descocado, a, pp. adj. bold, im- 

pudent, brazen-faced. 
Descocar-se, vr. to grow impu- 

dent or insolent. [lency. 

Descoco, sm. impadence, inso- 
Desoodeado, a, pp. adj. ^rithout 

the crust. Pão — , chipped bread. 
Descodear, va. to take ont the 

crust. — o pão, to chip bread. 
Descomedidamente, adv, immo- 

derately. 
Descomedido, a, pp. adj. rude, 

immodest, rough. 
Descomedimento, sm. -want of 

moderation, incivility. 
Descomedir-se , vr. to behave 

without moderation, to be rash. 
Descomer, va. to evacuate bv 

stool. [coaíed. 

Desconiido, a, pp. adj. era- 
Desconuuercio , sm. want of 

commerce. 
Descommodidade , sf. distor- 

bance. Com — , incommodiously. 
Descommodo, sm. incommodity, 

incommodiousness. 
Descomonunal, adj. 2 g. disor- 

dered, unruiy. [orderly. 

Descommnnalmente, adv. dia- 
Descompadrado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

agreed -with ene. 
Descompadrar, va. to separate 

a friend of another. — , vn. to 

vary, to desagree. 
Descompassadamente, ad». ex- 

ceedingly. [of mea^nre. 

Descompassado, a, pp. adj. out 
Descompassar, va. to do a thing 

without proportion or modera- 
tion. Descompassar-se, vr. to be 

out of measure. 
Descompasso, sm. want of mear 

sure, confosion. 
Descompensação t sf. wiihoiii 

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Descompensar, va. to meet a 

debt with a credit. 
Descompor, va. to discompose. 

to disorder ; to affront, to abuse 

with ill lanffuage. Descompár- 

se^ vr. to pull off one's proper 

cloths ; to be disturbed or put 

out of countenance. 
Descomposição, sf, abusive or 

insulting language; disorder- 

liness. 
Descompostamente, adv. dis- 

orderly. 
Descomposto, a, pp. adj. disor- 

dered, affronted, immodest. 

Gritos —s, confused cries. J/u- 

Iher descomposta^ a "woman 

clothed with indecency. 
Descompostura, sf, immodesty, 

indecency. [to offend. 

Descomprazer, va. to displease, 
Descomprazido, a, pp. aaj. un- 

pleased, displeased. 
Descommungar, va. to free or 

release from the excommuni- 

cation. 
Desconcertadamente, adv. dis- 

orderly, immoderately. 
Desconcertado, a, pp. adj. disor- 

dered, irregular. Homem — , a 

man that is not in a gentle 

garb. 
Desconcertador , sm. he who 

puts something out of order. 
Desconcertar, va. to disorder, to 

put out of order. Desconcertar- 

«e, vr. — com alguém^ to break 

a bargain. 
Desconcerto, sm. disorder, con- 

fusion. — nos costumes^ liber- 

tinism. 
Desconchavado, a, adj. dis- 

sented, disagreed; harsh. 
Desconchavar-se , vr. to dis- 

agree, to dissent. [foolery. 

Desconchavos, sm, pi. nonsense, 
Desconcordado, a, pp. adj, dis- 
agreed, dissented ; untunable. 
Desconcordancla, sf. variance, 

disagreeing ; difference. 
Desconcordante, ac^. 2 g. dia- 

ag^reed, incoherent. 
Desconcordar, va. to yary, to 

dissent, to disagree. 



Desooncorde, adj. 2 g. dissented, 

that disagrees in opinion. 
Desconcordia, sf. want of peace 

or harraony. [dently. 

Desconfiadamente, ado. difn- 
Desconfiado, a, ^p. adj. suspi^ 

cious, jealous, distrustful. 
Desconfiança, sf. distrust, dif- 

fidence, suspicion. 
Desconfiar, vn. to distrust, to 

suspect. — com alguém^ to fali 

out with one. 
Desconformado, a, pp. adj. not 

resig^ed, disagreed. 
Desoonformar, vn. to disagree, 

to dissent. 
Desconforme, adj. 2 g. dis- 
agreeing, unconform. 
Desconf ormemente , ado. dis- 

cordantly. 
Desconformidade , sf. uncon^ 

formity, dissent. 
Desconfortado, a, j^. adj. dia- 

comforted, disheartened. 
Desconfortar, va. to discomfort, 

to dishearten. 
Desconforto, sm. discourage- 

ment, disheartening. 
Descongelado, a, pp. adj. an- 

congealed. 
Descongelar, va. to uncongeal. 
Desconhecedor, a, sm. or /. un- 

thankful. 
Desconhecer, va. to unknow, to 

mistake one for another; to 

disown. Desconhecer-se ^ vr. to 

be unknown. 
Desconliecidamente , adv. un- 

thankfolly, ungratefully. 
Desconhecido, a, pp, aaj. un- 
known, ungrateful. 
Desconhecimento, sm. ungrate* 

fíilness. 
Desconjunção, sf. dislocation; 

(surg.) luxation. 
Desconjuntado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

located, put out of joint. 
Desconjuntamento, sm. dislo- 
cation. 
Desconjuntar, va. to dislocate, 

to put out of joint. 
Desconjunto, a, pp, irreg. of 

Desconjuntar. 
Desoonjuntura, sf. dislocation. 



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Desconsagrar, va. to profane, to 
poUute. 

Desconsentido, a, pp. adj. dis- 
sented, not consented. 

Desconsentixnento, sm. dis- 
agreement. [disagree. 

Desconsentir. vn. to dissent, to 

Disconsiderado, a, pp. adj. ne- 
glected, disrespected. 

Desconsolação, sf. disconsola- 
tion. [consolately. 

Desconsoladamente, adv. dis- 

Desconsolado, a, pp. adj discon- 
solate, afflicted. [forting. 

Desconsolador, a, adj. discom- 

Desconsolar, vn. to discorafort. 
Desconsolar-se, vr. to grow sad. 

Desconsolativo, a, adj. dis< 
pleasing, discomforting. 

Descontado, a, pp. adj. dis- 
counted, deducted. 

Descontamento, sm. discount, 
deduction ; compensation. 

Descontar, va. to discount; to 
compensate. Descontar-se^ vr. to 
be discounted or deducted. 

Descontentadlço, a, adj. peev- 
ish, discontented. [tented. 

Descontentado, a,pp.a(2;.discon- 

Desoontentamento, sm. discon- 
tent, uneasiness. 

Descontentar, va. to discontent, 
to displease. 

Descontentativo, a, adj. dis- 
pleasing, discontenting. 

Descontente, adj. 2 g. discon- 
tented, discontent. 

Descontento , sm. discontent, 
uneasiness. [nency. 

Descontinencia, sf. inconti- 

Descontlnuação, sf. disconti- 
nuation, discontinuance. 

Desoontinuadamente, adv. in- 
terruptedly. 

Descontinuado, a, pp. adj. dis- 
continued. [discontinuer. 

Descontinnador, a, adj. and s. 

Descontinuar, va.to discontinue. 

D^conto, sm. discount, deduc- 
tion; compensation. — em cer- 
tas fazendas para compensar o 
peso das saccas, etc, draft,tret, 
doff. Descontos^ sm. pi. V. Dis^ 
eoráia. 



Desconvenlencia, sf. disagree- 

ment. 
Desconveniente , adj. 2 g. dis- 

agreeing, disconvenient. 
Desconversação, sf. unsociable- 

ness. [frequented. 

Desconversado, a, pp. adi. un- 
Desconversar , va. to cnange 

the subject of a discourse. 
Desconversavel, adj. 2 g. unso- 

ciable, not conversable. 
Desoonversavelmente, adv. un- 

sociably. 
Desoonverter, va. to turn to a 

wrong sense; to pervert. 
Desconvertido, a, pp. adj. j>er- 

verted, corrupted. [vited. 

Desoonvldado, a, pp. adj. desin- 
Desconvidar, va. to desinvite. 
Desconvindo, a, pp. adj. dis- 

sented, disagreed. 
Desconvir, vn. to vary, to dis- 
sent, to disagree. 
Descorado, a, pp. adi. disco- 

loured :pale,'wan. [wanness. 
Desooramento, sm. paleness. 
Descorar, vn. to fade, to faint, to 

decay. [strip. 

Descorchar, va. to clear; to 
Descorçoado, a, pp. adj. discou- 

raged. [ragement. 

Descorçoamento , sm. discou- 
Descorçoar, va. to discourage, 

to dishearten. 
Descomado, a, pp. adj. nunched 

or gored with a norn ; deprived 

of horns. 
Descomar, va. to punch or gore 

with the horns; to deprive of 

horns. [ed. 

Descoroado, a, pjj. adj. uncrown- 
Descoroar, va. to uncrown. 
Descorreger-se, vr. to disorder, 

to throw one's self into confu- 

sion. [fronted, reviled. 

Descortejado, a, pp. adj. af- 
Descortejar, va. to disrespect, to 

abuse. [unkind, unpolite. 

Descortez, adj. m. discourteous. 
Descortezia, sf. incivility, dis- 

courtesy. [unkindly. 

Descortezmente, adv. uncivilly* 
Descortiçado, a, pp. adj. ^la-- 

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Descortiçar, va. to take off the 

bark of trees. 
Descortinado, a.,pp. adj. opened, 

without curtain. 
Descortinar, va. [fort.) to pull 

down the curtain ; to see, to 

discover; to lav open. Descorti- 

nar-se^ vr. {fig.) to declare one's 

self. [discovering. 

Descortino, sm. (cmc.) the act of 
Descosedura, sf. ripping, un- 

sewing-. 
Descoser, va. to rip, to unstitch 

or unse-w. Descoser-se, vr. to be 

unsewed ; fig.) to reveal one's 

secrets. 
Descosido, a, pp. adj. unsewed, 

rijpt, unstitchea ; {fig.) desultory. 

Éstylo — , desultory style. 
Desoostumado, a, j7p. adj. unac- 

customed, disused. 
DeaooBtamar, va. to break off^ to 

wean from a custom. Descostu^ 

mar-se, vt\ to disuse, to leave 

off. [sage. 

Descostume, sm. disnse, disu- 
Desootoado, a, adj. without 

cotton; (fig.) shameless, impu- 

dent. Élle é de todo o ponto — , 

he has lost ali shame. 
Desootrtado, a, pp. adj. conspi- 

cuous; bereaved of the privi- 

lege of being an asjlum. 
Descontar, va. to bereave a place 

of the privilege of being an asy- 

lum. 
Descravado, a,p/). ad/.unnailed 
Descravar, va. to unnail ; to 

take a stone out of a ring. 
Descrédito, sm. discredit. 
Descrença, sf. disbelief, incredu- 

lity. [and Discrepar. 

Descrepancia, v. Discrepância 
Descrer, va. to disbelieve. 
Descrever, va. to describe ; to 

delineate. 
Descrido, a, pp. adj. disbelieved. 
Descriminado, a, pp. adj. clear 

or discharged from iraputed 
^ilt. [to justify. 

Deaciiminar, va. to discliaTge, 
Descripç^o^ sf. descriptioií. 
i>esoriptivo, a, adj. descriçlWe, 
d&scr 



DesoriptO; a, pp. adj. described, 

related. 
Descriptor, sm. describer. 
Descrucificar, va\ to take awav 

of a crucinx or cross. [ea. 

Descruzado, a, i?p. adj. nncross- 
Descrazar, va. to uncross. 
Descubrir, va. V. Descobrir and 

derivated. 
Descuidadamente, adv. care- 

lessly, negligently. 
Descuidado, a,i7p. adj. carelesa, 

negligent. 
Descuidar, va. to make negli- 

gent, to overlook Descuidar-se^ 

vr. to neglect, to be careless. 
Descuido, sm. negligence, care^ 

lessness. [careless. 

Descuidoso, a, adj. negligente 
Desculpa, sf. excuse, evasion. 

Peço lhe — , I be^ your pardon. 

— , {in law) essoin, excuse. 
Desculpação, sf. excuse. 
Desculpado, a, pp. acf/.excused, 

exculpated. [ser. 

Desculpador, a, sm. or f. excu- 
Desculpar, va. to excuse, to ex- 

culpate, to pardon. Desculpar^ 

se, vr. to decline, to plead,. to 

exculpate. to justify. 
Desculpável, ad/. 2 g. excusable, 

pardonable. [sably. 

Desculpavelmente, adv. excu- 
Descuriosamente, adv. without 

curiosity, negligentlj. 
Descuriosidade, sf. incuriosity, 

incuriousness, carelessness. 
Descurioso, a. adj. incurions, 

careless, negligent. 
Descurvar, va. to unbend. 
Desdado, a, pp. adj. untied, re- 

taken. 
Desdar, va. to untwist a rope. 

— um nó, to untie a knot. 
Desde, prep. from, since, after, 

as soon as. — aqui, from thi» 

place. — quando? how long 

since or ago? — pouco, lately. 
Desdém, sm. disdain, scorn, con- 

tempt. Tratar com — , to over- 
look. [dained. 
DeBâL«cihaÀc^> ^^ w« <^^- <^>a^ 
De«dAT^QL<dcOT> 'O., sm. QTt 1^ «a» 



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l>esdeii]iar, va. to diadam, to 

sconi. Deadenhar-se (de), vr. not 

to deign. 
Desdeauxativo, a, adj. that 

disdains. [be disdained. 

Deadanhavel, adj. 2 g. that may 
DesdeiLho, sm. disdain. 
Desdenhosasnente , adn. dis- 

dainfully, contemptuously. 
Desdenhoso, a, adj. disdainful, 

Rcornful ; haughty, demura. 
Desdentado, A^pp. adj. toothiess. 
Desdentar, va. to raake toothiess. 

jDesdentar-se, vr. to lose one'8 

teeth. 
Desdita, sf. misfortune, calaimty. 
Desditado, a, adj. unfcurtunate. 
Desdito, a, pp. irr. of Desdizer. 
Desditosaaaente, cdv. nnforta- 

nately. [unha4>p3'. 

Desditoso, a, adj. unfortunate, 
Desdizer, va. and n. to contra- 

dict, to misbecome, to difiagree, 

to differ. Lesdizer-se, vr. to un- 

aay, to retract, to recant. 
Desdizimento. sm. the act of 

unsaying, retractation. 
Desdobrado, a,,pp. adj.vsifolàeá. 
Desdobrar, va. to unfold, te 

o^en.Desdobrar-se ,vr. to expand, 

to be unfolded. [or ungilt. 

Desdoirado, a, pp. adj. ongilded 
Desdoirar or Desdoiurar, va. to 

ungild, to take oíf the gilding; 

to darken. Desdoirar^e, vr. to 

lose the gilding. 
Desdoiro or Desdouro, sm. spot, 

bleraish ; diahonour. 
Deseccação, sf. desiccation, ex- 

siccation. 
Deseccado, SL.pp. adj. desiccated. 
Deseccamento, sm. desiccation. 
Deseocante, adj. 2 g. desiccative, 

drjing up. 
Deseccar, va~ to dry, to drjr ap, 

to desiccate. Deseccar-se, vr. to 

^\y «Pi to be drained ; (fíg.S to 

with«r. [açttoory. 

Deseecativo, a, adj. desiccative, 
Desedipsado, a,í)p. adj. uneclip- 

sed, unclouded. 
DeseoUpaar, va. to unelouú. De- 

sec^sarse, vr. to he uneclipsed 
ar iree frota ohuéa. 



Desedificação, sf, scandaL, bad 
example. [Ii2ed,unedified. 

Desedificado, a, pp, adj. scanda- 

Desediíicador, a, sm. or /. ono 
that scandaii2ea. 

Desedificar, va. to scandalize. 

DeaedifioatiTO, a, adj. unedi- 

Desegurar, va. to take away the 

vire, to make unsure. 
Desejado, a, pp, adj. 4esired, 

"wished. [-wisher. 

De8e}ador, a, sm. or f. desirer. 
Desejar, va. to desire^to wish, to 

long for. Esta obra não deixa 

nada a — , this "work is very sa- 

tisfactorv. [eligible. 

Desejável, adj, 2 g. desirahle. 
Desejo, 5771. wísh, desire, mind. 
Deseíosameaite, adv^ desirously, 

wishfully. [ou*. 

Desejoso, a, adj. -vishful, deair- 
Deseínalbear, va. to recovar 

alieuated thinga. [trunk. 

Desembabular, va. to empty a 
Desembainhado, a, j>p.a<2;. an- 

sheathed. 
Desembainhadura, sf. the act 

of unsheathing a sword. 
Desembainhar, va. to unsheath, 

to drav. [packed. 

Desembalado , a , pp. adj. un- 
Desembsdar, va. to unpack. 
Desembaadeirado, a, pp. adj. 

without flag or ensign. [flag. 
Desembandeirar, va. to take a 
Desembaraçadamente , adv. 

speedily, without hinderance. 
Desembaraçado, a, pp, adj, 

prompt, disembarrassed, quiciL 
Desembaraçar, va. to disembax^ 

rass, to clear, to disentangle. 

JDesembaraçar-se, to diaeiítangle, 

to get clear oK, 
Desembaraço, «m.diseatangling, 

disembarrassment. 
Desembaralhado, a, pp. adj. se- 

parated, disentangied. 
Desembaralhar, vn. to disen- 
tangle, to seçaxaAA.. 
Desemboscaj^^ , »^- íívvsvBr 



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Desembaroadoiro, sm. landing- 

place. 
Desembarcar, va. or n. to disem- 

bark, to land, to set on shore. 

Desembarcar-se, vr. to land one's 

self. 
Desexnbargadamente,a(2v. free- 

ly, without restraint. 
Desembargado, a, pp. adj. set 

at liberty. 
Desembargador, sm. a chief 

judge, chief magistrate. 
Desembargamento, sm, deliver- 

ance, despatch. 
Desexxíbargar, va. to despatch ; 

to take on an embargo ; to set 

at liberty. 
Desembargo, sm. taking off an 

embargo ; despatch. flanding. 
Desembarque ,57n. disembarking, 
Desembebedado, a, pp. adj. so- 

bered, recovered from drunkèa- 

ness. [from drunkenness. 

Desembebedar, va. to recover 
Desembestado, a, pp. adj. un- 

bridled; unruly. 
Desembestar, va. to discharge, 

to grow unruly. [sionated. 

Dasembirrado, a, pp. adj. unpas- 
Desembirrar, va. to put out of 

conceit with. V. Desagastar. 
Desemboccado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

embogued. 
Desemboccadura, sf. the mouth 

of a river. 
Desemboccar, vn. to disem- 

bogue, to fali into. 
Desembolsado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

bursed. [to expend. 

Desembolsar, va. to disburse, 
Desembolso, sm. disbursement, 

disbursing. 
Desemborrachado, a, pp. adj. 

sobered, {among siloer-smiths) 

made white. 
Desemborrachar, va. to sober, 

{among silver-smiths) to blanch. 
Desemboscado, a, pp. adj. to 

driven out of ambush. 
i7asemboscar, va. to rush out 
from an ambuscade cr ambusb.. 
2>e0embraçado , a, pp. adj. 
(à^ald.) ia said of a shieU 
t&kea awajr of an arm. 



Desembraçar, va. Uierald,) to 

take a-way the shiela of an arm. 
Desembravecer, va. to tame, 

to mitigate, to domesticate. 

Desemhravecer-se^ vr. to be ap- 

peased. [tamed, appeasea. 

Desembravecido , a, pp. adj. 
Desembsaveclmento , sm. ta- 

ming. [out of the bushes. 

Desembrenbado, a, pp. adj. put 
Desembrenhar , va. to draw 

forth any thing from a place 

full of brambles. 
Desembriagado , a, pp. adj, 

mside sober. [sober. 

Desembriagar , va. to make 
Desembrulhadamente , adv, 

clearly, freely. 
Desembrulhado, a, pp. adj. 

opened, unfolded. 
Desembrulbador^ a, sm. or f. 

one that opens oriínfolds. 
Desembrulhar, va. to open, to 

unfold. 
Desembrulho, sm. unraveling. 
Desembuçadamente, adv. open- 

ly, publicly. [muftted. 

Desembuçado, a, pp. adj. un- 
Desembuçar, va. to unmuffle. 

Desembuçar-se^ vr. to unmuffle 

one's self. [vealed. 

Desembuchado, a, pp. adj. re- 
Desembuchar, va. to reveal 

secrets ; to purge, to clear. 
Desemburrado, a, pp. adj. made 

polished. 
Desemburrar, va. to polish or 

civilize. V. Desasnar. 
Desemmalado, a, pp. adj. taken 

away of a portmanteau. 
Desemmalar, va. to unpack a 

portmanteau. 
Desemmaranhado, a, pp. adj. 

disentangled. 
Desenunaranhar, va. to disen- 

tangle, to unravel. 
Desemmiassado, a, pp. adi. un- 

packed, undone. fundo. 

Desemjnassar, va. to unpack, to 
Desemjnolnhado, a, pp. adj. 



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person's tongue. — , vn. to break 

silence. 
Desempachadaznente , adv. 

without hinderance. 
Desempachado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

embarrassed, disentangled. 
Deseinpachar, va. tó take awav 

loathing, to bring the stomach 

to an appetite ; to clear, to dis- 

embarrass. Desempachar-se, vr. 

to discharge one's stomach. 
Desexnpacho, sm. forwardness. 
Desempado, a, pp. adj. unprop- 

ped. 
Desempanar, va, to clean a 

glass or any thing tarnished. 
Desexupapar, va. V. Alisar ^ and 

derivated. 
Desempapelado, SL,pp. adj. un- 

folded of a paper. 
Desexnpapelar , va. to unfold 

any thing covered with paper. 
Desexnpar, 'va. to take away the 

props from under the vines. 
Desemparado, a, pp. adj. aban- 
donei, forsaken. 
Desemparar, va. to abandon, to 

forsake. [unmatched. 

Desemparelhado , &, pp. adj. 
Desemparelhar, vn.to unmatch, 

to dispair. Desemparelhar-se^ vr. 

to be disparaged. 
Desemparo , sm abandoning , 

forsaking. 
I>e8einpatado, a, pp. adj. made 

unequal ; frec from any hinder- 
ance. 

Desexripatar, va. %o make une- 

ã^^l» (/*S' ) to remove any hih- 
erance. [casting vote. 

Desempate, sm. the aotion of 

Pesempavezado, a, pp. adj. (a 
sea term) without fight. 

Desempavezar, va. to take away 
the waste cloths that shelter 
the men from the enemy in a 
fight. [speedilv. 

Desempeçadamente, aav. 

Desempeçado, a, pp. adj. dis- 
embarrassed. [rass. 

I>eBeinpeçar, va. to dísembar- 

Desempecar, va. to cJear, to dis- 

eacaiDÔer. fbarrassed. 

^^^^mp9oido, a, pp. adj, disem- 

Partb I. 



Desempeço, sm. riddance. 
Desempedemido, a, pp. adj, 

unpaved; {fig.) softened. 
Desempedernir, va. to unpave ; 

ifig.) to soften. [paved. 

Desempedrado, a, pp. adj. un- 
Desempedrar, va. to unpave. 
Desempegado, a, pp. adj. that 

is taken away of an abyss. 
Desempegar, va. to take awa3' 

of an abyss. 
Desempenado , a , pp. adj. 

squared, made even. 
Desempenar, va. {carp.) to 

square, to set even a board that 

has been warped. 
Desempenhado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

engaged, redeemed. 
Desempenhador , a, sm. or f. 

one that redeems or disengages. 
Desempenhamento, sm. disen- 

gagement. redeeming. 
Desempenhar, va. to redeem, 

to. disengage, to acquit. — a 

palavra, to perform one's vord. 

Desempenhar-se, vr. to pay one^s 

debts, to redeem one's self. 
Desempenho, sm. redeemin g of a 

pledge ; disengagement ; the act 

of discharging one's self from 

an obligation. 
Desempeno, sm. the action of 

making straight or even a 

board, 
Desemperrado, a, pp. adj. that 

becomes pliant. 
Desemperrar, vn, to becomo 

pliant, to yield. [ing. 

Desemperro, sm. the act of yield- 
Desempestado, a, pp. adj. des- 

infected, purified. 
Desempestar, va. to desinfect, 

to purify. [from dust. 

Desempoado, a, pp. adj. cleaned 
Desempoar, va. to clean from 

dust. [poverty. 

Desempobrecer, va. to free from 
Desempoçado, a, pp. adj. re- 

moved from a well. 
Desemnocax , -oa. Xo tcvslos ç> ^tcí\^ 

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Desexnpolear, va. to deslnfect, 

to p uri fy. 
Desempolgado, a, pp. adj. free 

from the claws of a bird of 

prey. 
Desempolgar, va. to loose off 

one's claws. [obstacle. 

Desempôr, va. to take away an 
Desempossado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

possessed. 
Desempossar, va. to dispossess. 
Desemposto, a, pp. adj. without 

any thing placed between. 
Desemprastar, va. to take oíF a 

plaster. [ployed. 

Desempregado, a,pp. adj. unem- 
Desempregar, va. to dismiss, to 

discard from office, etc. 
Desemprenhar, vn. to lie in. 

V. Parir ; {fig.) to communicate 

a secrct reliictantly. 
Desempulliado, a, pp. adj. that 

has returned raillery for rail- 

lery. 
Desempulhar-se, vr. to return 

raillery for raillery. 
Desempunliado, a, pp. adj. un- 

hafted. 
Desempunhar, va. to unhaft. 
Desencabeçado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

suaded. [to undeceive. 

Desencabeçar, va. to dissuade, 
Desencabrestadamente , adv. 

full speed; rashly. 
Desencabrestado, a, pp. adj. 

unhaltered. — sm. a rake. 
Desencabrestar, va. tounhalter. 

Desencabrestar'se, vr. to be un- 
haltered. [engaged, opened. 
Desencachado, a, pp. adj. dis- 
DesencacbsLr, va. to disen^age, 

to open. [chained. 

Desencadeado, a, pp. adj. un- 
Desencadear, va. to unchain; 

[fig.) to desunite. 
Desencademado, a, pp. adj. 

unbound; disjointed. 
Desencadernar, va. to unbind 

papers; to disjoin. 
Desencaixado, a, pp. adj. à\%- 
jointed. \>^6- 

•Z^OBencaizamento, sm. diB^omtr 
I>eseiicaijEar, va, to dia^oVn.t, to 
<i^ocate. 



Desencaixe, sm. disjointing. 
Desencaixotado , a, pp. adj, 

that is taken out of a box. 
Desencaixotar, va. to take out 

of a box. 
Desencalhado, a, pp. adj. {a sea 

term) that is set aíioat. 
Desencalhar, va. (a sea temi) 

to set afloat. — um navio^ to get 

off a vessel that "was run 

aground. — vn. to come off from 

a sand. 
Desencalhe, sm. the act and 

effect of setting afloat. 
Desencalmadamente, adv. cool- 

ly, coldly. [freshed, cool. 

Desencalmado, a, pp. adj. re- 
Desencalmar, vn. to cool, to re- 

fresh. Desencalmar-se, vr. to be 

refreshed, to be appeased or 

calm. 
Desencaminhadamente , adv. 

in the bad way, out of the "way. 
Desencaminhado, a, pp. adj. 

that is out of the way; pei> 

verted. 
Desenoaminhador, a, sm. or 

f. he or she who puts out of 

the "way. 
Desencaminhamento,5m.stray- 

Ing, deviation. 
Desencaminhar, va. to put out 

of the "way, to pervert, to mis- 

guide. Desencaminhar-se^ vr. to 

go astray ; to be perverted. 
Desencamisado, a, pp. adj. un- 

hooded (the hawk). 
Desencamisar, va, to u»iiooa 

the hawk. 
Desencampado, «, pp* adj. re- 
turned or sent back. 
Desencampar, va. to return a 

thing sold as good, notbeing so. 
Desencanalhado, a, pp adj. that 

is taken away of the rabble. 
Desencanalhar, ua. to take away 

of the rabble. [ment. 

Desencantação, sf. disenchant* 
Desencantado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

enchanted. 
DeaenoAXitador. a« sm. or f, he 

'DQBSXicaxiXAxa<«íx\A ^ &m. ^iÀasw&.« 



Desencantar, ca. ta decbinn, ta 

Seaanoanto, sm. decharming, 
Desenoantoada a. pp- adj- 



DBBenoapBllado, a. pp. i"lj- uo- 
sUar, ™. (D ™ Um) 



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Qesaacarcaradõ, a, pp. adj. ua- 

DsBencBToerar. na. ta free tnm 
De^eDOarregado , a , pp. oAj. 

diachargçd; IVec. 
BeaenCBrreaBDieDto. m. dia- 

todisohttree, 



DeaanCHHquetar . do. to dis- 

enrDj(rueíar-je, ur, to be nnde- 

^eaencastellado, a , pp- adj. 

bBflt or (Irivpp oiit of a castle. 

Seasncaatellar, tu, lo drive aul 



lastoado, a, pp. adj. t 



a. ta unhaa 
I. V. Desencaixar. 
3. pp. adj. dis- 



olosB, to eipoae. Deieicerrar^e, 

Deaenoolfado, a, pp. adj. uaco- 

vered. 
DeoenixilfBr, oo. to take out tho 

Deaeuoolado. a. pp. adj. un- 



DeaencolerlBado . 

appeased, .lali.ird 

DasenoolGrLsar, i 

Qseenooihar. va. 
DeaenEolbJdo, b,/-. 



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Desencorar, va. to dig oat, to 

ferret. [or slender. 

Desencrassar, va. to make sm&ll 

Desencravado, a, pp. adj, un- 

Desencravar. vn. (artil.) to un- 

nail ; to unspíke a cannon ; to 

rid from the mire. [curled. 

Desencrespado, a, pp. adj. im- 
Desencrespar, va. to uncurl. 
Desexiciirralado , a, pp. adj, 

without a stable. 
Desencurralar, va. to take out 

of a stable. 
Desendeusado, a, pp. adj. that 

is undeceived of the preten- 

tion or vanity of being above 

mankind. 
Desendensar, va. to nndeceive 

one of the jpretention of being 

above mankind. 
Desendividado, a, pp. adj. free 

from debts. 
Desendividar , va. to pay the 

debts of one. Desendiviãar-se, 

vr. to pay one's debts. 
Desenfadadamente, adv. pleas- 

antly. [amusing. 

Deseníadadiço, a. adj. pleasant, 
Desenfadado, a.,pp.aaj. pleasant, 

merry. [tranquillity. 

DesenfadamentOi^m. diversion. 
Desenfadar , va. to please, to 

ease of vexation. [quillity. 

Desenfado, .vm. diy*rsion, tran- 
Desenfaixado, a, pp. adj. un- 

rollcd, unbound. [bind. 

Desenfaixar, va. to unroll, to un- 
Desenfardado , b., pp. adj. un- 

packed. [open a pack. 

Desenfardar, va. to unpacK, to 
Desenfardelado, a, pp. adj. un- 

packed. 
Desenfardelar, va. to unpack. 
Desenfastiadamente, adv. pret- 

tily, smartly; with good appe- 

tite. 
Desenfastiadiço , a, adj. that 

excites the appetlte. 
Doseníastíado, a, pp, adj. le- 

stored to appetitc. 



Deseníeitar, va. to take &wbj 

the omament or attire. Desen- 

feitar-êe. vr. to be unadomed. 
Deseníeitiçado, Si. pp. adj. dis- 

enchanted, unbe'«itched. 
Desenfeitiçar, ca. to disenchant, 

to unbewitch. 
Desenfeixado, a, pp. adj. un- 

tied, imdone. 
Desenfeixar, va. to nntie a 

bundle, to nndo a fagot. 
Desenferrajado , a, pp. adj. 

cieared from rust. [rost. 

Desenferrujar , va. to get out 
Desenfezado, a, pp. adj. porged 

from dregs, refined. 
Desenfezar, va. to purge from. 

dregs, to refine. [threaded. 

Desenfiado, a, pp. adj. un- 
Desenfiar, va. to unthread. De- 

sen/iar-se, vr. to be unthreaded. 
Desenforcar, va. to unhang. 
Desenfomar, va. to take out of 

an oven. [derly. 

Desenfreadamente, adv. disor- 
Desenfreado, a, pp. adj. un- 

bridled, unnily. fness. 

Desenfreamento , sm. unruli-; 
Desenfrear, va, to unbridle. I>e- 

senfrear-se, vr. is for a horse 

to pull off the bridle ; {fig.) to 

grow unruly in talk or actions. 
Desenfreio, sm. unruliness. 
Desenfronhado, a, pp.adj. taken 

off from the pillow-case. 
Desenfronliar , va. to take off 

the pillow from the pillo-vr-caf»*. 
Desenfureoer , va. to csàm^ to 

appease. 
Desenfurecido, a, pp» adj. calm- 

ed, appeased. 
Desengaçadamente , adv. ex~ 

ceedingly, excessively. 
Desengaçado, a, pp. adj. is said 

of the stalks deprived from the 

grapes. 
Desengaçar, va. to poli the grapes 

from the stalks. 
Desengaiolado, a, pp. adj, voor 

c&ged^ free from a prison. 



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BesenganaaOf a, pp. adj. unde- 

ceived, plain, downright. 
Desenganador, a, sm. or f. he 

or she vrho undeceives. 
Desenganar, va. to undeceive, 

to disabuse. Desenganarse^ vr. 

to undeceive one's self. 
Desengano, sm. the discovery 

of a deceit, undeceiving. 
Desengarrafado , a, pp. adj. 

taken out of a bottle. 
Desengarrafar, va. to take out 

of a bottle. 
Desengastado, a, pp. adj, taken 

out of a ring (stone). 
Desengastar, va. to take a stone 

out of a ring. 
Desengolf ado , a , pp. adj. that 

is out of a gulph. [a gulph. 
Desengolfar, va. to take out of 
Desengenhoso , a, adj. silly, 

destitute of capacity. 
Desengommado, a, pp. adj. un- 

starched. 
Desengonunar, va. to unstarch. 

— , vn. to dissolve the gum. 
Desengonçadamente, adv. in a 

tottering manner. 
Desençonçado, a, pp. adj. put 

out oí joint. 
Desengonçar, va, to loosen, to 

put out of joint. 
Desengonço, sm. tbe act of put- 

ting out of a joint. 
Desengordado, ai pp. adj. ema- 

ciated, lean. [to make lean. 
Desengordar , va. to uiffatteu , 
Desengordurar, va. to scour. — 

«m caldo ^ to skim the fat of 

broth. 

Desengraçadamente , adv. un- 

handsomely, ungracefully. 
Desengraçado , a, pp. adj. un- 

graceful, unpleasant. 
Desengraçar, va. to make unsa- 

voury, insipid. ^ 

Desengrazado, a, pp. adj, un- 

strung, unthreaded. 
Desengrazar , va. to unstring 

beads. Desengrazar-se, vr. to be 

unstrung. [small, thin. 

Desengrossado, a, pp. adj, made 
I>eBeagrosBar , va, to make 

sJender, tbin. 






Desengoiçado, a, pp. adj. free, 

that has changed the ill luck. 
Desenguiçar, va. to free from 

ill luck. 
Desenhado, a, pp. adj. dra^n, 

sketched ; delineated. 
Desenhador, sm. drawer, 

draiightsraan. [to design. 

Desenhar, va. to draw, to sketch, 
Desenho, sm. drawing, sketch; 

design, purpose, enterprise. 
Desenlaçado, a, pp. adi. un- 

laced, loosed. [unlacing. 

Desenlaçamento, sm. the act of 
Desenlaçar , va. to unlace , to 

untie. [lacing. 

Desenlace, sm. the act of un- 
Desenlameado, a, pp. adj. with* 

out mud or mire. 
Desenlamear, va. to rub of the 

dirt, to clean. [untied. 

Desenleado, a, pp. adj, loosened. 
Desenlear, va. to untie, to loose, 

to unravel, to disentangle. 
Desenleio, sm. the act of un- 

tying. 
Desenlodado, a, pp. adj. cleaned 

of mire, free from dirt. 
Desenlodar, va. to cleaa of mire 

or mud. 
Desenluctar, va. to put an end 

to the mourning. Desenluctar- 

se, vr. to cease of being in 

mourning. [one*s tongue. 

Desenmudecer, va. to untie 
Desennastrado, a, pp. adj. vnthr 

out bondage, unplaited. 
Desennastrar, va. to loose, to 

untie, to unmat. 
Desennevoado, a, pp. adj. with- 

out fog or mist. 
Desennevoar. va. to scatter, to 

dispel a fog or mist. 
Desennovellado, a, pp. adj. un- 

rolled, untwisted. 
Desennovellar, va. to unroll, to 

untwine; to undo a bottom of 

thread. [locked. 

Desenraiado, a, pp. adj. un< 
Desenraiar, va. to unlock. 
Desenredado, ^i^ PP . adj. ^cva^xs.- 

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Desenredar, va. to extricate, or 

to disentangle. 
Desenredo, sm. disentangling ; 

explanation. 
Desenregelar, va. to dissolve or 

make liqiiid. Desenregelar-se, vr. 

to grow liquid, to thaw. 
Desenrizar, va. {a sea ierm) to 

take thft sail of the reefts. 
Desenrolado, a, pp. adj. un- 

rolled, clear, plain. • 

Desenrolar, va. to unroU; to 

examiDc. to oxpound. 
Desenroscado, a, pp. adj. un- 

twined. 
Desenroscar, va. to untwine. 
Desenrugado, a, pp, adj. un- 

wrinkled. 
Desenrugar, va. to un-wrinkle. 

Desenrttgar-se , vr, to be un- 

"wrinkled. 
Desensaccado, a, pp. adj. that 

is takcn out of a sack. 
Desensaccar, va. to take out of 

a sack or bag. 
Desenseiado, a, pp. adj. unbo- 

somed, unbayed. 
Desenseiar, va. to tinbosom, to 

take out of bosom. [rantly. 

Desensinadamente, adv. igno- 
Desensinado , a , pp, adj, an- 

taught, ignorant 
Desensinador, a, adj. that un- 

teaches or makes forget. 
Desensinar, va. to unteach, to 

unleani. 
Desensino, sm. unteaching. 
Desensobcrbecer-se, vr, to grov 

humble or niodcst. 
Desensoberbecido, a, pp. adj. 

that has become modest. 
Desensolvado, a, pp. adj, un- 

stopped, opened. 
Desensolvar, va. to unstop; {art.) 

to unload a caiinon. 
Desentabolar, va. to give a free 

passage, to dissolve. 
Desentalar, va. to put one out 

his shift. 
Desentaloado, a, np. adj. with- 

out calkfírs or calkins. 
Deaentaloar, va. to break or 
take o ff the calkers. 
DesentSio, adv, and prep, Insteaà 



of Desde então ^ since then, since 

that time. [ignorance. 

Desentender, va. to pretend 
Desentendido, a, pp. aoj. that 

wants understandmg. Fazer-se 

— , to feign ignorance. 
Desentendimento, sm. want of 

understanding. 
Desenterrado, &, pp. adj. un- 

buried, disintered; {fig.) disco- 

vered. [who disinters. 

Desenterrador, a, sm. or f. he 
Desenterramento , sm. un> 

burying. 
Desenterrar, va. to unburj, to 

disinter ; {fig.) to discover. Í)m- 

enterrar-se^ vr. [fig.) to separata 

one's self. 
Desentesar , va. to loosen , to 

unbend, to slaken. 
Desenthesoirador, a, sm. or f. 

he or she that takes out of a 

treasure. 
Desenthesoirar, va. to take out 

of a treasure. 
Desenthronisado, a, pp. adj. 

unthroned. 
Desenthronisar , va. to unthrone. 
Desentoação, sf. untuning, ill- 

sounding. 
Desentbadamente, adv. discor- 

dantly, out of tune. 
Desentoado, a, pp. adj. unhar- 

monious, ill-soundíng. 
Desentoamento, sm. untuning. 
Desentoar, vn. to be out of tune ; 

to jar; to be rudely loud; to 

utter a thing unexpected. 
Desentolher, va. to restore the 

use of the limbs. Desento2àeTr-se^ 

vr. to recover th© ase of the 

limbs. [pride. 

Desentonado, a, pp. adj. without 
Desentonar, va. to puU or bring- 

down one's pride. 
Desentorpecer, va. to remove 

stiffness. Desentorpecer-se , vr, 

to get rid of a torpor. 
Desentorpecido, a, pp. adj. qxiiç* 

kened, revived. 
Desentrançado, a, pp. adj. un« 

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Desentranliado, a, pp. adj. 

embowelled , {fig.) examined. 
Desentranhador, a, sm. or f. he 

or she who embowels ; {fig.) 

searcher. 
Desentranhar, va. to embowel ; 

(fig.) to sift ; to examine. 
Desentresolhado, a, jm. adj. 

broken, penetrated (tne first 

floor). 
Desentresolhar, vr. to break the 

surface of a thing. 
Desentristecer, va. to cheer up, 

to enliven. — , vn. to become 

glad. 
Desentristecido, a, pp. adj. that 

is rejoiced. 
Desentrouxado, a, vp. adj. un- 

packed, taken of a Dundle. 
Desentrouxar, va. to unpack, 

to open a truss. 
Desentulhado, a, pp. adj. emp- 

tied, cleansed. 
Desentulhador, sm. emptier, 

cleanser. 
Desentulhar, va. to empty, to 

clear from rubbish, to cleanse. 
Desentulho, sm. rubl3ish, Bhards, 

clearing away. [ped. 

Desentupido, a, pp. adj. nnstop- 
Desentuplr, va. to unstop, to 

free from stop or rubbish. De- 

tentupirse, vr. to be free from 

stop. 
Desenvasado, a, pp. adj. taken 

out from the stocks, launched. 
Desenvasar, va. {a sea term) to 

take out from the stocks. 
Desenvencilhado, a, pp. adj. 

free or delivered from a trouble. 
Desenvencilhar, va. to free or 

eave one from a trouble. 
Desenvenenado, a,pp. adj. pre- 

served of a poison. 
Desenvenenar, va. to counter- 

act poison. 
Desenvergado, a, pp. adj. (a »ea 

term) unbent or untied from 

the yards. 
Desenvergar, va. {a sea term) to 

unbend the sails from the yards. 
Desenvlolar, va. to reconsecrate. 
l^Monvoltamente, adv. readily, 



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Desenvolto, a, pj>. irreg. of /)f- 

senvolver and adj. nimble, light ; 

licentious. Rapaz — , an unruly 

boy. 
Desenvoltura, sf. nimbleness^ 

agility, freedom ; indecency, li- 

centiousness ; eflrontery. 
Desenvolução, sf. development, 

explanation. 
Desenvolver, va. to develop, to 

clear, to unravel, to unfold. 

Desenvolver-se, vr. to develop, 

unfold or display one's self. 
Desenvolvido, a, pp. adj. deve- 

loped, unfolded. 
Desenvolvimento, sm. develop- 
ment, unfolding. 
Desenvolvivel, adj. 2 g. explain- 

able, explicable. 
Desenxabidamente, adv. insi- 

pidly, foolishly. 
Desenacabido, a^ adj. insipid, 

unsavoury. 
Desenxarciado, a.,pp. adj. with- 

out shrouds (a ship). 
Desenxarciar, va. to unrig. 
Deserção, sf. desertion. 
Desertação, sf. {in law) the giving 

over an appeal ; the act of with- 

drawing one's appeal. 
Desertado, a, j^. adj. deserted, 

forsaken. 
Desertar, va. to desert ; to for- 

sake ; (tn law) to forsake a law- 

suit. 
Deserto, a, adj. desert, solitary. 
Deserto, sm. a desert, a wilder- 

ness. 
Desertor, sm. deserter. 
Desesoureoer, va. and n. to 

clear, to become clear. 
Desesoureoido, a, pp, adj. 

cleared. 
Desespantado, a, pp. adj. nn- 

scared. 
Desespantar, va. not scare. De- 

sespantar-se, vr. to cease from 

"wonder. 
Desespanto, «m.without afright, 

wonder or surprise. 
De8espQnraL(;f^o^ sf- í^«i«^«^^^^^'^ 

peraXioTk. . *^-. 

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Desesperado, a, pp. adj, des- 

perate, hopeless. 
Desesperança, sf. loss of hope, 

hopelessness. 
Desesperançado, Sitpp.adj. ho- 
peless, despaired. 
Desesperançar, va. to put out 

of ali hopes. 
Desesperar, vn. to despair of, to 

despond. — , va. to drive to 

despair, to torment. Desespe- 

rar-se, va. to be despaired. 
Desespero, sm. despair, loss of 

hope. [quipped, unrigged. 

Desesquipado, a, pp. adj. une- 
Desesquipar, va. to unrig a ship. 
Desesteirar, va. to unmat. 
Desestima, sf.áisesteem, neglect. 
Desestimação , sf. disesteem, 

slight, disrespect. [pectly. 

Desestimadamente, adv. disres- 
Desestimado, a, pp. adj. dises- 

teemed, contemned. 
Desestimador, a, sm. or f. he or 

she who dísesteems. 
Desestimar, va. to disesteem, to 

contemn, 
Desexcommungado, a,pz>. adj. 

to free or release from tne ex- 

communication. 
Desexcommungar, va. to free 

or release from the excommu- 

ni-cation. [destroyed. 

Desfabricado, a,|)p. adj. unbuilt, 
Desfabricar, va. to unbuild, to 

destroy. Desfabricar-se^ vr. and 

n. to sell a manufacture work- 

house. [brazen-faced. 

Desfaçado, a, pp. adj. impudent, 
Desfaçamento, sm. impudence, 

sbamelessness. [pudent. 

Desfaçar-se, vr. to erow im- 

. Desfalcado, a, pn. aaj. defal- 

cated, diminishea. 
Desfalcamento, sm. diminution, 

defalcation. [subtract. 

Desfalcar, va. to defalcate, to 
Desfallecente, adj. 2 g. faint, 

fainting. [to loose courage. 
Desfallecer, vn. to faint, to decay; 
Hosfaliecido, a, pp. adj. fainted, 
decayed. _ 

•DasfaíZeoimento, sm, faintiL6B«,\"DeBítet^i, W. \â *ea icn«í\— <» 
díscoura^ement. \ «c^ ^ ^^ \ití\.\xt\ x^íô «».\\%. 



Desfalque, sm. defalcation, di- 
minution. [fanatism. 

Desfanatisado, aL.pp. adi. ^ixhoxxX 

Desfanatisar, va. to iree from 
fanatism. [humour. 

Desfastio, sm. appetite ; good 

Desfavor, sm. distavour, denial, 
hurt, harm. 

Desfavorável, adj. 2 g. unfa- 
vourable, contrary. [er. 

Desfavorecedor, sm. disfavour- 

Desfavorecer, va. to disserve, to 
treat with disfavour. 

Desfavorecido, a, pp. adj. dis- 
graced, disserved, refused. 

Desfazedor, sm. he or she who 
dissolves, or undoes. 

DcMsfazer, va. to undo, to dissolve, 
to scatter or disperse. — um iid, 
to untie a knot. — uma muralha^ 
to pull down a wall. — cousa 
tecida, to unweave. — objecções, 
to remove objections. vn. — em 
alguém, to find fault with one. 
Desfazer-se ^ vr. — de alguma 
cousa, to part with a thing. — 
em lagrimas, to melt into tears. 

Desfaasimento, sm. the act of 
undoing. 

Desfechado, a^ pp. adj. opened, 
unlocked. —a mentira^ an im- 
pudent lie. 

Desfechar, va. to open, to unlock. 
— uma arma, to shoot, to fire. 
— , vn. to break out. 

Desfecho, sm. solution, unravel- 
ling of the plot of a play» 

Desfeiado, a, pp. adj. desngured, 
deformed. 

Desfeiar, va. to desfigure, to 
make ugly. 

Desfeita, sf. excuse; affiront, 
insult. [insulted. 

Desfeiteado,a,pp. adj. affronted, 

Desfeitear, va. to insult, to 
affront. 

Desfeito, a, pp. irreg. of Desfa- 
zer and adj. undone,dissolved; 
dismissed; very lean. 

Desfeito, sm. a sort of hasb of 
meat. 

DeBÍQit\dn^ ^^ pp. adj. loosened. 



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Desferrado, a, pp adj. unshod, 

having no shoes. 
Dealerrar,t;a. to unshoe a horse. 

— as velaSy to loosen the sails. 

Desferrar-^Cy vr. to lose the 

shoes (a horse). [bolted. 

Desferrolhado, a, pp. adj. un- 
Desferrolhar, va. to unbolt, to 

unshackle. 
Desfervoroso, a, adj. without 

fervour, negligent. 
Desfiado, a. pp. adj. untwisted ; 

unravelled. — , sm. a sort of 

linen-cloth. [ravelling. 

Desfiadura, sf. the act of un- 
Destiar, va. and Desfiar-se^ vr. 

to unravel, to unweave. 
Desfiguração, sf. disâguration, 

deforming. 
Desfigurado, a, pp. a(2; disfígur- 

ed, deformed. [deform. 

Desfigurar, va. to disíigure, to 
Desfilada, sf. fíle, row, continua- 

tion. A' — , fuU speed. 
Desfiladeiro, sm. deíile, deâlee. 
Desfilado, a,pp. adj âled off. 
Desfilar, vn. {mil.) to deôle, to 

file off. 
Desfilliado, a, pp. adj. deprived 

of son. — (bot.) arvore des filhada, 

an open tree. 
Desfimar, va. {hot.) to clear a 

tree ; to deprive a father of a 

son. Desfilhar-se^ vr. to be un- 

peopled. [kled. 

Desfivelado, a, pp. adj. unbuc- 
Desfivelar, va. to unbuckle. 
Desfleimar, vn. to expectorate. 
Desfloração, sf. defloration, de- 

flowering. [ed. 

Desflorado, a, pp. adj. deflower- 
Desflorador. sm. deílourer. 
Desfloramento, sm. defloration. 
Desflorar, va. to deflower, to 

deflour. [flowers (trees). 

Desfloreoer, vn. to shed its 
Desflorecido, a, pp. adj. that has 

shed its flowers. 
Desflorecixnento, sm. the act of 

aheding blossoms. [flowers. 
Desflorido, a, adj> without 
Desfogonado, a, pp. adj. is said 

wben tbe tonche-hole of a eun 
is aptHled. ® 






Desfogonar-se, vr. is said \7hen 

the touche-hole of a gon is 

spoiled. [Teaves. 

Desfolha, sf. (bot.) the fali of the 
Desfolhado, a, pp adj. leafless. 
Desfolhador, sm. one who pulls 

ofFthe leaves. 
Desfolhadura, sf. stripping of 

leaves. [leaves. 

Desfolhar, va. to puU olf the 
Desfolho, «m. thework of puUing 

off the leaves of a tree. 
Desforçado, a, pp. adj. roin- 

vested. 
Desforçador, sm. redresser 
Desforçar, va. to reinvest, to 

redress wrongs. [desfigure. 
Desformar, va. to deform, to 
Desforra, sf. the winning of one'3 

money back again. 
Desforrado, a, pp. adj. unlimed. 
Desforrar, va. to unline, to take 

out the lining. Besforrar-se, vr . 

to win one'8 money back again . 
Desfradado, a, pp. adj. turned 

out of a monkish order. 
Desf radar, va. to unfrock, to tom 

a friar out of his order. 
Desfraldado, a, »p. adj. loosened. 

Velas desfraldadas , unfurled 

sails. [width of a coat. 

Desfraldar, va. to lessen the 
Desfranzido, a,pp. adj. uuwrink* 

led. 
Desfranzir, va. to unwrinkle. 
Desfrechar, va. to shoot arroiirs. 
Desfreiado, a, adj. unbridled. 
Desfrunchar, va. {surg. ) to draw, 

to drivs out the pus. 
Desfrutador, sm. or f. gatherer, 

enjoyer. 
Desfrutar, va. to gather, to enjoy . 
Desfrutecer-se, vr. or n. to ue 

spent uselessly. 
Desfruto, sm joy, usufruit. 
Desfundado, a, pp. adj. unbot- 

tomed. [or pipe. 

Desfundar, va. to stave a cask 
Desgahado, a, pp. adj. blamed. 
Desgabador, a, sm or f. dúic^^^BaB- 

metidec, XAmivoí. 
Desgábac , tia . vo >a\«safò, ;.. ^^-j. 
Deagábo. sm. \i\«av^. ecv^^oxs^ 

meudaWoiL. 



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Desgadelhado, a, pp. adj. dishe- 

velleò . 
Desgadelhar, va. to dishevel. 
Desgalante. adj. 2 g. unhand- 

some. unsrracetul. 
Desgalgado, a, pp. adj. cast 

down. preoipitated. 
Desgalgar, va. to precipitate. 
Desgalhar. va. to lop a tree. 
Desgarrada, sf. a popular song. 
Desgarradamente, adv. immo- 

destly. 
Desgarrado, a, pp. adj. that has 

misse d Jiis way. 
Desgarrão, sm" & hard gale. 
Desgarrar, r^ . to miss oiie's way. 
Desgarro, sm. quickness, brav- 

ery, bravado. [wasted. 

Desgastado, a, pp. adj. used, 
Desgastamento, sm. wasteful- 

ness. [sume. 

Desgastar, va. to wear, to con- 
Desgelado. Si,pp. adj. unfreezed. 
Desgelar. va. to unfreeze. 
Desgelo. sm. thaw. 
Desgorjado, a. adj. with the 

neck uncovered. 
Desgostado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

gusted, olfended. [offend. 

Déísgostar, va. to disgfust, to 
Desgosto, ^m. disgust, displea- 

sure ; troublc, grief, sorrow. 
Desgostosamente, adv. disgust- 

ingly. 
Desgostoso, a. adj. troublesome, 

nnpleasnnt, disgusted. 
Desgovernadamente, adv. care- 

Icssly. 
Desgovernado, a, pp. adj. care- 

less, mindless, misgovemed. 
Desgovernar, va. to trouble, to 

misgovern. — {among farriers) 

to drench a horse. Desgovemar- 

«e, V7\ to grow unruly, disor- 

dered. — o doente, not to keep 

the proper diet. [ment. 

Desgoverno , sm. misgovern - 
Desgraça, sf. misfortune, dis- 

grace. 
Desgraçadamente, adv. unfor- 

tunateíy, nnhappily. 
I^a^graçâdo, a, adj. unliappy, 
untbrtunate. [happy. 

-Desgraçar, va. to render un- 



Desçramar, vn. to root up the 

quick grass or any noxious 

herb. [dest. 

Desgravisar, vn. to grow immo- 
Desgregar, va. to scatter, to se- 

parate oíT a flock or company. 
Desgrenhado, a, pp. adj. dishe- 

velled. 
Desgrenhar, va. to dishevel. 

JDesgrenhar-se, vr. to be dishe- 

velled. [fetters. 

Desgrilhoado , a, cuij. without 
Desgrudado, a, pji. adj. unglued, 

disjoined. 
Desgrudar, va. to unglue, to dis- 

joint. Desgrudar-se, vr. to un- 
glue. [tious, not "wary. 
Desguardado , a , adj. uncaa- 
Desguardar, vn. to be uncau- 

tious, not to be wary. 
Desguarnecer, va. to depríve of 

ornaments. Desguamecer-se^ vr. 

to be undecked. 
Desguarnecido, a, pp. adj. un- 

adorned. 
Deshabilitado, a, pp. adj. unfít, 

incapable. 
Deshabilitar, va. to incapacitate, 

to render unfit. 
Deshabitado, a, pp. adj. uninha- 

bited. 
Deshabitar, va. to render unin- 

habitable, to forsake a place. 
Deshabituado, a, jstp. adj. unac- 

customcd. 
Deshabituar, va. to disaccustom. 

DesUabituar-se, vr. to disuse. 
Desharmonia, sf. disharmony. 
Desharmonisar, va. to discord, 

to disagree. 
Desherdação, sf. disinheriting*, 

disheritauce. [rited. 

Desherdado, a, pp. adj. disinhe- 
Desherdar. va. to disinherit, to 

deprive of an inheritance. 
Deshonestado, a, pp. adj. im- 

modest, indecent. 
Deshonestamente, adv. immo- 

destly, indecently. 
Deshonestar, va. to divest of 

honesty. 
l>eBh»neiBUdade..«f'. dishonesty. 

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Deshonor, sm. baseness, disho- 

nour. 
Deshonra, sf. dishonour, dis- 

grace. [nestly. 

Deshonradamente, adv. disho- 
Deshonrado, a, pp. adi. disho- 

noured. [nourer. 

Beshonrador, a, sm. or ^. disho- 
Deshonrar, va. to dishonour, to 

disffrace. Deshonrca^ae^ vr.xo be 

disnoDoured. 
Deshonroso, a^ adj. dishonour- 

able, sbameful. [ably. 

Deshoras, adv. A — , unseason- 
Deshuxnanado , a, pp. adj. di- 

vested of humanity. 
DewhTinfianaTnente 1 adv. inhu- 

manly, cruel ly. 
Deshumanar, va. to divest, of 

humanity. [ity. 

Deshumcmldade, sf. inbuman- 
Deshumano, a, adj' inhuman, 

barbarous. 
Desição, sf. end, extinction 
Desídia, sf. idleness. 
Desidiosamente, adv. slothfully. 
Desidioso, a, adj. slothfall. 
Designação, sf. designation. 
Designadamente, mv. design- 

edly. [ated, market out. 

Designado, a, pp adj design- 
Designador, a, adj. and sm. ot f. 

designator. [design. 

Designar, va. to designate, to 
Designativo, a, adj. designa- 
tivo . 
Desígnio, sm. design, purpose. 
Desigual, adj. 2 g. unequal, un- 

like. [velled. 

Desigualado, a, pp. adj. unle- 
Desigualar or Desegualar, va. 

to make uneven or unequal. 
Desigualdade or Desegual- 

dade, sf. unequality, uneven- 

ness. 
Desigualmente or Desegual- 

mente, adv. unequally. 
Desimagínado, a, pp. adj, unim- 

agíned. 
Desimaginar, va. to blot a thing 

out of another's imagination 
Desimpedido, a, pp. adj» disem- 

barrassed. 
•í^atónipedínieiíto, gm, leisure. 



Desimpedir, va. to disembarass, 
to ria of. — o caminhOf to clear 

the way. 
Desimprensar, va. to take avr&y 

the gioss of a cloth. 
Desimpressionado, a, jpp. adj. 

"without impression. 
Desimpressionar, va. to ando 

an impression. [pated. 

Desinçado, a, pp. adj. extir- 
Desinçar, va. to extirpate. 
Desinchação, sf. unswelling. 
Desinchado, a, pp. adj. un- 

swolen. 
Desinchar, va. to unsvoll. 
Desinclínado, a, adj. disinclin- 

ed. 
Desinclinar, va. to disincline. 
Desincorporação, sf. disincor- 

poration, disunion. 
Desinoorporado, a, j)p. adj. dis- 

incorporated. [jporate, 

Desincorporar, va. to disincor- 
Desinência, sf tcrmination, end- 

ing. [undeceive. 

Desinf atuar, va to desabuse, to 
Desinfecção, sf. disinfection. 
Desinfectado, a, pp. adj. disin- 

fected. [fects. 

Desinfectador , sm. that disin- 
Desinfectante, adj. 2 g. disin- 

fecting. 
Desinfectar, va. to disinfect, to 

purify. Desinfectar-se, vr. to be 

disinfected. [noyed. 

Desinfestado, a, pp. adj. unan- 
Desinf estar, va. to free from 

enemies or robbers. 
Desinf icionado, a, pp. adj. with- 
out infection. 
Desinficionar, va. to take axrar 

the infection. [inflammea. 

Desinflammado, a, pp. adj. un- 
Desinfl ammar , va. (med.) to re- 
move an inâammation. 
Desinjuriar, va. to revenge. 
Desinq[uietação, sf. uneasiness. 
Desinquietado, a. pp. adj. dis- 

quieted, disturbed. 
Desínguietador. a, sm. or (. ^^- 

quietet, à\SV.\tt\i«t. , 

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Desintelligenoia, sf. discord, 

variance. [self ignorant. 

Deslntender, vn. to feign one's 
Desintendido, a, pp. adj. that 

wants understanding. 
Desinteressadamente, culv. dis- 

interostedly. 
Desinteressado, a, adj. disin- 

teressed, disinterested, impar- 

tial. 
Desinteressar, va. to disinterest. 

Desintaressar-se^ «r. to give over 

any part or interest in a thing. 
Desinteresse, sm. disinterested- 

ness. [íish. 

Desinteresseiro, a, adj, unsel- 
Desintiuneoer, va. to dissolve a 

s"welling — , vn. to unswell. 
Desintumecido, a, pp. adj. un- 

swollen. 
Desinvernar, vn. to leave the 

winter-quarters. 
Desinvestido, a, pp. adj. de- 

prived of the possession of an 

estate. [investituro. 

Desinvestir, va to deprive of 
Desirmanadamente, aav. une- 

qually. [matched. 

Desirmanado, a, pp. adj. un- 
Desirmanar, va. to uninatch. 
Desiscado, a, pp. adj. without a 

bait. [a bait. 

Desiscar, va. to cat or take away 
Desistência, sf. desistance, ces- 

sation. 
Desistente, p. a. and adj. {in law) 

he who does desistance. 
Desistido, a, pp. adj. desisted. 
Desistir, va. to desist, to cease 

tVoíu. [medicine, 

Desistivo. .^m. (med.) a purging 
Desjarretar, va,{anc.) to hough, 

to hanible. 
Deajejuado, a. pp. adj that has 

broken one's fast- [fast. 

Desjejuar-se. vr. to break one'8 
Desjuisado, a, pp. adj. deprived 

of roason. [reason. 

Desjuizar, va to deprive of 
Desjungido, a, pp. adj, un^-oked; 

l/Sç.) free from yoke, 
•Das/ungir , ra. ' to unyoke, \o 

frfe írvm yoke, 

9Lnpp a<(;. onlaced 



Deslaçar, va. to unlace. 
Desladrilhado, a, pp. adj, un- 

bricked. [the bricks. 

Desladrilhar, va. to take away 
Deslageado, a, pp. adj. un- 

paved. 
Deslagear, va. to unpave. 
Deslastrado, a, pp. adj. unbal- 

lasted. 
Deslastrar, va. {a sea term\ to re- 
move the ballast of a ship. 
Deslavado, a, pp. ad^. disco- 

loured. [impudence. 

Deslavamento , sm. sauciness, 
Deslavar, va. to discolour. 
Deslavrado, a, pp. adj. it is said 

of ground that has receivcd a 

second tilth. 
Deslavrar, va. to give ground 

the second tilth. 
Desleal, adj. 2 g. disloyal, false« 
Deslealdade, sf. disloyalty. 
Deslealmente, adv. disloyally. 
Desleitado, a, pp. adj. milked. 
Desleitsu:, va. to milk. 
Desleixo, sm. V. Deleixo and de> 

rivated. [or forgotten. 

Deslembrado, a, pp. adi. foi^ot 
Deslembrança , sf. f orgetiol- 

ness. 
Deslembrar, vn. to forget. 
Deslendear, va. to extirpate, to 

destroy. 
Desliar, va. to untie. 
Desligado, a, jpp. adj. imtied, 

unbound. [untying. 

Dealigadura , sf. unbindin^. 
Desligamento, sm. the act of 

untying. 
Desligar, va. to untie, to loosen. 

Desligarsc vr. to get loose. 
DesUndação, sf. the act of dear- 

ing any business. [rated. 

Deslindado, a, pp, adj. sepa- 
Deslindador, a, sm. or f. m- 

quirer, examiner. [ness. 

Dcâslindar, va. to clear any bnsi- 
Deslingoado, a, adj. slanderer, 

satirícal. [place. 

Dealisadeiro, sm. a slippeij 
, vn. to sLip, to slide. 
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Deslocação, sf. [surg,)^ disloca- 

tion. [disiointed. 

Deslocado, a, pp. adi. dislocated, 
Deslocar, va. to disíocate. Deslo- 

car-se^ vr. to be dislocated. 
Deslodar, va. to draw out of the 

mire. [backed. 

Deslombado, a, pp. adj. broken- 
Desloxnbar, va. to break the 

back. [praised. 

Deslouvado, a, pp. adj. un- 
Deslouvar, va. to Dlame, to dis- 

commend. [tion, blame. 

Deslouvor, sm. discommenda- 
Deslumbradamente, adv. daz- 

zlingly. [zled. 

Deslumbrado, a, pp. adj. daz- 
Desluxnbrador, a, adj. dazzling. 
Deslumbramento, sm. dazzling; 

hallucination. 
Deslumbrante, adj, 2 g. daz- 
zling, bright. 
Deslumbrar, va. to dazzlo. — , 

vn. or Deslumbrar-se, vr. to be 

overçowered by lignt; ifig.) to 

be mistakvn. 
Deslumbroso, a, adj. dazzling. 
Deslustrado, a, pp. adj. unlus- 

trous. [lessens tne lustre. 

Deslustrador, a, adj. and s. that 
Deslustrar, va. to take away the 

lustre. [lustre. 

Deslustre , sm. deprivation of 
Deslustroso, a, adj. deprived of 

lustre, tarnished. 
Desluzidamente , adv. darkly, 

obscurely. [of lustre. 

Desluzido, a, pp. adj. deprived 
Desluzidor, a, adj that deprives 

of lustre. [lustre. 

Desluzimento , sm. want of 
Desluzir, va. to take away the 

beauty of a thing. 
Desmaiado, a, pp. adj. fainted, 

swooned. 
Desmaiar, va. to dismay, to af- 

fright. — , vn. to faint, to swoon ; 

to decay. Desmaiar-se^ vr. to be 

fainted, to be discouraged. 
Desmaio, sm. swoon, fainting flt. 
Desmalhado, a, pp. adj. un- 

rin^ed. [unstitch. 

Dfmmnlhar, va. to unring, to 
Desmamado, a^pp. adj, weaued. 



Desmamar, va. to -wean from the 

breast. 
Desmanohadamente, adv. con- 

fusedly, disorderly. 
Desmanchadão, ona, adj. care- 

less, negligent. 
Desmanc^-prazeres, sm. ov f. 

a troublesome guest. 
Desmanchar, va. to take to pie- 

ees, to damage, to disord. 
Dasmancho, sm. confusion, ex- 

cess. [derately. 

Desmandadamente, adv. iinmo- 
Desmandado, a, pp. adj. disobe- 

dient, unruly. 
Desmandar-se, vr. to pass due 

bounds. — , va. to countermand. 
Desmando, sin. contrary order; 

unruliness. 
Desmantelado, a, pp. adj. dia- 

mantled. Navio — , unmasted 

ship. [mantling. 

Desmantelamento , sm. dis- 
Desmantelar, va. to dismantle. 
Desmarcadamente, adv. immo- 

derately. [rale. 

Desmarcado, a, pp. adj. out of 
Desmarcar, va. to unmark. 
Desmarcado, a, pp. adj. ungo- 

verned. 
Desmarcar se, vr. {a sea term) 

not to ster well (a ship). 
Desmascarado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

masked. 
Desmascarar, va. to dismask, 

to unmask. [masted. 

Desmastreado, a, pp. adj. un- 
Desmastreamento, sm. dismast- 

ment. 
Desmastrear, va. {a sea term) to 

dismast, to unmast. Desmas- 

trear-se, vr. to be dismasted. 
Desmazeladamente, adv. care- 

1/sssly, negligently. 
Desmazelado, a, adj. careless. 
Desmazelo, sm. negligence, care- 

lessness. [inglj. 

Desmedidamente, adv. exceed- 
Desmedido, a, pp. adj. unmea- 

sured, immense. 
De&medic-BQ.« "OT. Vi ^'^ \.o^ vax, 
toA)eTíts\i. ,. xvTt 



BoBroelancoUsado, a, pp. aáj. 

Deamelaiicalisar. tu. U Tnake 
Dierry. Deimt!arKolUar-ie, rr. 
IO ilivon oqe*a self. 

DeBmelliorHd.o, a, pp. eáj. moda 






Jlufoaeiremembnince. 
to bc fnrmlful. Zieime- 
se, Tl', toloiathe rocol- 



Desmentido «, 

Xeamentidor â 



Seamoderado, a, adj. immnje- 
DBSmoderar-se.i"-. to baiminad- 

>f. (fflIOÍ.J djM- 



verter. [corropt, 

SeamoreUiac «a. to pervart, M 

Doanutronadiço. a, adJ.moald- 



,, 47dj. moold- 
(deatroy. 



Besmoiu^do. a, pj)- adj. da- 

DeamoutBT. va. xo cie», to arâi 
Sesmurado. a, pp. ««w. onwailod. 



Oeanarlgor. va. !■■ 

Deanasoiílo, a. pji. i. 

Desnatar. Tjii miak 

of i!i« milk. 
DesnBtaradamBiite 

Desnatarado, a, p, 
Seanatural. i<'>j- is 
IJesiiBtiiralieação , 



unuatunl. 



iDeanaturallGado , 



, a, pp. adi. -willimit, 

PO, to pnU «nl tti>\l>eBii»»í<ã»ni«!n>n, ' 



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Desnaturar, va. to unnataralize. 
Desnavegavel, adj.ig. unnavi- 

gable. 
Desnecessariamente, adv. an- 

necessarily. 
Desnecessário, a, adj. unneces- 

sary. 
Desnecessidade, sf. unneces- 

sariness. [nerves. 

Desnervar, va. to cut off the 
Desnevar, va. to thaw the snow. 
Desnevoar, va. to make olear of 

a fog or mist. [snow. 

Desnevoso, a, adj. free from 
Desnivelado, a, aaj. unlevelled. 
Desnobrecer, va. to degrade. 
Desnobrecido, a, pp. adj. de- 

graded. [untied. 

Desnodar-se, vr. to untie, to be 
Desnodoso, a, adj {bot.) depri- 

ved from knobs. 
Desnoivar, va. to divorce, to 

unmarry. [oftheway. 

Desnorteado, a, pp. adj. put out 
Desnortear, va. to lead astray. 

— V. n. to mistake. 
Desnotar, va. to disblame. 
Desnucar or Desnocar, va. to 

break the nape of the neck. 
Desnudar, va. to strip. 
Desnudez, sf. nudity. 
De-sob, adv. loc. undemeath, 

beneath. 
Desobedecer, vn. to disobey. 
Desobedecido, a, pp. adj. diso- 

beyed; 
Desobediência, sf. disobedience. 
Desobediente, adj, 2 a. disobe- 

dient. [obediently. 

Desobedientemente, adv, dis- 
Desobriga, sf. receipt. 
Desobrigação, «/lexcuse, exemp- 

tion of a duty. 
Desobrigado, a, pp. adj. exempt- 

ed, exempt. 
Desobrigar, va. to exempt from 

duty, to disoblige. Desobrigar" 

«e, vr. to do oiie's duty. 
Desobrigatorio, a, aaj. disobli- 

gatory. 
Desobstrucçào, sf. deoppilation. 
Desobstruotivo, a, adj, desob< 

atraent. [ing. 

^^oaobstmencia, sf. deoppilat- 



\ 



Desobstruente, adj. 2 g. desob- 

struent. 
Desobstruído, a, deoppilated. 
Desobstruir, va. to deoppilate. 
Desoccasionado, a, adj. out of 

occasion. [leisurely. 

Desoccupadamente, adv. idly, 
Desoccai>ado, a, pp. adj. unoc- 

cupied, idle. 
Desoocupar, va. to quit, to unoc- 

cupy. Desoccupar'Se^ vr. to re- 
tire from business. 
Desoffusoar, va. to scatter, to 

disperse. 
Deseje, adv. {anc.) from this day. 
Desolação, sf. desolation, des- 

truetion. 
Desolado, a, pp. adj. desolated. 
Desolador, a, adj. desolater. 
Desolar, va. to desolate. 
Desolbeirado, a, adj. that hás 

deep streaks under the eye. 
Desonerado, a, pp. adj. exoner* 

ated. [exempt. 

Desonerar, va. to exonerate, to 
Desopilação, sf. deoppilation. 
Desopilado, a, pp. adj. deop- 
pilated. 
Desopilar, va. to deoppilate. 
Desopilativo, a, adj. deoppila- 

tive. [fort. 

Desoppressão, sf. relief, com- 
Desoppressor, a, adj. and sm. 

or f. he or she "who relleves. 
Desopprimido, a, pp. adj, re- 

lieved, comforted. 
Desopprimir, va. to ease, to ' 

comfort; to free from oppres- 

sion. 
Desordem, sf. disorder. 
Desordenadamente, cdv. disor- 

derly. [dered. 

Desordenado, a, pp. adj. disor- 
Desordenador, a, sm, or f, he 

or she who disorders. 
Desordenar, va. to disorder. 

Desordenar-sCy vr. to be disor- 

dered. fears. 

Desorelhar, va. to cut on the 
Desorganisação , sf. disor^&tvv- 

zation. \5st%w»3*^. 

DesoTgaxL\sado^ «., «pp. o.d.v ^^^~ 
Be8orQ«n\B%ânT^ «^n ««^- ^^ ^' 



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Desorganisar, va. to disorganize. 

Desorganisar-se, vr. to be disor- 

ganized. [the way. 

Desorientadamente, aav. out of 
Desorientado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

orientated. 
Desorientar, va. to lead astray. 
Desomar, va. to disadorn. 
Desossado, a, pp. adj. unboned. 
Desossar, va. to unbone, to take 

the boné from the íiesh. 
Desova, sf. spawning-time. 
Desovamento, sm. spawn. 
Desovar, vn. to spawn. 
Despachadamente, adv. speed- 

ily. [patched, sent. 

Despachado, a, pp. adj. dcs- 
Despachador, «m. amanof qaick 

despatch. [broker. 

Despachante, sm. castom-house 
Despachar, va. to despatch, to 

expedite ; to clear goods at the 

custom-house. Despachar-se^ vr. 

to con elude one*s aflfairs. 
Despacho, sm. despatch. 
Despahnar, va. to pare a horse's 

hoofs. 
Despapado, a, pp. adj. (in horse- 

manship) that lifts tne head too 

much. 
Despapar, vn. to liftup the head 

toomuch(ahorse). [charge. 

Desparrar, va. to shoot, to dis- 
Despartido, a, pp. adj. sepa- 

rated, disunited. 
Despartir, va. to separate. 
' Despastar, va. to destroy. 
Despavorido, a, adj, without 

dread, fearless. 
Despeado, a, pp. adj. foundered, 

unchained. 
Despear, va. to unfetter, to un- 

lock a horse. 
Despedaçado, a, pp. adj. tom 

in pieces. 
Despedaçar, va. to tear to pieces. 
Despedida, sf. farewell, dismis- 

sing, taking leave. 
Despedido, a, pp. adj. he who 

took leave ; dismissed. 
Despedimento, sm. the act of 

taking Jeave. 



an end. Despedir-se^ vr. to take 

leave. [affection. 

Despegadamente, adv. -without 
Despegado, a, pp. adj. unglaed ; 

disaffôcted. 
Despegar, va. to unglue. — vn. 

— da obra^ to leave's one work. 

Despegar- se ^ vr. to part, to 

leave, to get rid. 
Despego or Desapego, sm. dis- 

affection. [contemned. 

Despeitado, a, pp. adj. despised, 
Despeitador, sm. despiser, con- 

temner. [ness. 

Despeitamento, sm. despised- 
Despeitar, va. to despite, to vex; 

to despise. [tempt, spite. 

Despeito, sm. ill humour; con- 
Despeitorado, a, pp. adj. un- 

bosomed, eased. 
Despeitorar, va. to unbosom ; 

{med.) to expectorate. Despei- 

torar-se^ vr. to open or discover 

oDe's breast. [malicious. 

Despeitoso, a. adj. despiteful, 
Despejadaniente, adv. quickly, 

expeditiously. [impudent. 

Despejado, a, pp. adj. cleared; 
Despejar, va. to clear or void a 

place; to depart. Despejar-se, 

vr. to grow impudent. 
Despejo, sm. immodesty, inde- 

cency. 
Despejos, sm. pi. the accommo- 

dations of a house. 
Despenar, va. to exonerate from 

cares. [waster. 

Despendedor, a, sm. or f. a 
Despender, va. to spendf. — 

razões^ to produce reasons. 
Despendurar, va. to unhang. 
Despenhadamente, adv. preci- 

pitantly. 
Despenhadeiro, sm, precipice. 
Despenhado, a, pp. adj. preci- 

pitated. 
Despenhar, va. to throw or cast 

down head long. Despenhar-se, 

vr. to fali headlong. 
Despenho, sm. a falling from a 

high place. 
Despensa.^ sf . ViwUet-^ ^ ^axitry. 



JDespediry va. to dismiss, to aendXDewpenaeívro^^, sm. «t t->svjíítfit 
aw&y. — vn, to cease, to be at \ »XfirsH«^. 



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Despentear « oa. to dishevel, to 

undress the hair. Despentear-se, 

vr. to undress one^s bair. 
Desperança, sf. despair, despon- 

dency. [pond. 

Desperar, vn. to despair, to des- 
Desperceber, va. to unprovide. 
Despercebido, a, pp. adj. un- 

provided, unexpected. 
Desperdiçadaxnente, adv. pro- 

digally. 
Desperdiçado, a, p». adj. lavish- 

ed, spent prodigally. 
Desperdiçador, a, sm. or f. pro- 

digal, spendthrift. 
Desperdiçar, va. to lavish, to 

scatter. 
Desperdicio, sm. lavishness. 
Desperecer, vn. {anc.) to perish. 
Desperecimentp , sm. perish- 

abieness. 
Desperf ilar, va. to derange a line 

(of troops, etc.) , {paint.) tomake 

round the lines of a picture. 
Despersuadir, va. to dissuade. 
Despersuasão, sf. dissuasion. 
Despertado, a, jap. adj. waked, 

roused. 
Despertador, a, sm. or f. he tbat 

wakes others ; exciter ; an 

alarm-bell. — de relógio^ an 

alarm-watcb. 
Despertar, va. to wake, to rouse 

from sleep. — vn. to wake. 
Desperto, a, adj. -waked, awaked. 
Despeza, sf. charge, expense, 

cost. 
Despicado, a, pp. adj. revenged. 
Despicador, sm. revenger. 
Despicar, va. to revenge. Despi- 

car-se, vr. to be revenged. 
Despido, a, pp. adj. stripped of, 

made naked. [manly, 

Despiedadamente, adv. inhu- 
Despiedade, sf. inhumanity. 
Despiedado, a, adj. cruel, mhu- 

man. [cifully. 

Despiedosamente, adv. unmer- 
Despiedoso, a, adj. unmerciful, 

merciless. 
Despixnento, sm. divestíng. 
Despintar, va. to misrepresent, 

to fãlsify. [venge taken. 

iJeapique, sm, satisfaction, re- 



Despir, va. to divest, to strip. 

Despir-se^ vr. to pulí ofiF one s 

clothes; {fig.) to leave, to for- 

sake. [planted. 

Desplantado, a, pp. adj. trans- 
Desplantar, va. to transplant. 
Desplumar, va. to deplume, to 

plume. [spoiled. 

Despojado, a, pp. adj. stript, 
Despojador, a, sm. or f. spoiler, 

stripper. 
Despojar, va. to strip, to spoil. 

Despojar-se^ vr. to deprive one's 

self, to be spoiled. 
Despojo, sm. robbing, spoiling, 

spoil, booty. 
Despontar, va. to blunt. — vn. 

to depart from a practice. Ao 

— do sol^ at the risin^ of the 

sun. [hoof of a horse. 

Desportilhar, va. to shape the 
Desposada, sf. a bride. 
Desposado , a , pp. adj. affí- 

anced, betrothea. — , sm. a 

bride-grooin . 
Desposar, va. to afâance, to be- 

troth. Desposar-sey vr. to be be- 

trothed." [betrothing. 

Desposorios, sm. pi. espousals, 
Despossuir, va to dispossess of. 
Déspota, sm. despot. 
Despoticamente, adv. despoti- 

cally. [potical. 

Despótico, a, adj. despotic, des- 
Despotisar, va. to rule, to com- 

mand despoticallv. 
Despotismo, sm. despotism. 
Despovoação, sf. depopulatlon. 
Despovoado, sm. a desert place. 
Despovoado, a, pp. adj. depopu- 

lated, unpeopled. 
Despovoador, sm. depopulator. 
Despovoar, va. to oepopulate, 

to unpeopíe. 
Despratear, va. to rub out the 

silver of any thing. 
Desprazer, sm. displeasure, dis- 

gust, grief. 
Desprazivel, adj. 2 g. disagree- 

able, unpieasing. [slight. 

Despreçax^ -oa. Vi t.cixv\fòxKv^>>'» 
Despreoo^ sm. ^ecwj ç>1^^cví^ '^''^^^^ 
Despregado, a., pp - adi . ^;^^^^' 



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Despregar, va. to annail ; to un- 
plait, — os olhos ^ to open the 
eyes. Despregar-se ^ vr, to be 
unnailed. 

Despregulçar, vn. or Despre- 
guiçar-se, vr. to stretch one^s 
self after sleep. [plished. 

Desprendado, a, adj. unaccom- 

Desprender, va. to untie, to 
unbiiid, to let go. Desprender-se, 
vr. to break loose. — dos olhos 
de alguém, to disappear. 

Desprendido, a, pp. adj. un- 
chained. [sing. 

Despreoccupação , sf. disabu- 

Despreoccupar, va, to disabuse, 
to iindeceive. 

Desprevenção, sf. unwaríness. 

Desprevenidamente, adv. un- 
"W^arily, carelessly. 

Desprevenido, a, adj. uncau- 
tious. 

Desprezadamente, adv. despis- 
ingly; soornfully. 



Desprezado, a, pp. adj. despised. 
Desprezador, a, 

piser, contomner 



T 



des- 



Desprezar, va, to despise, to 

Bcorn. Desprezar-se^ vr. to dis- 

dain, to scorn. 
Desprezável, adj. 2 g. despica- 

ble. contemptibíe. 
Desprezível, adj. 2 g. despicable, 

contemptibíe. [cabl}^. 

Desprezivelmente, c^v, despi- 
Desprezo, sm. contempt, scorn. 
Desprimor, sm. tault, xrant of 

skill; defect. [íinished. 

Desprimorado, a, pp. adj, un- 
Desprimorar, va. to take a^ay 

the lustre ; to riiisrepresent. 
Desprimorosamente, adv. nn- 

skilfully, inaccurately. 
Desprimoroso, a, adj. unskilful, 

inaccurato. 

Desprivança, sf. disgrace. 
Desprivar, va. to disgrace, to 

turn out of favour. 
Despronunciar, va. (m law) to 

acquit, to discharge. 
Desproporção, sf. disproportion. 
Desproporoionadamente, tidv. 

disproportionately , dispropor- 

tionally. 



Desproporcionado, a, pp. adj- 

disproportioned. 
Desproporoionar, va. to dispro- 
portion. 
Despropositadamente , adv. 

nonsensically. 
Despropositado, a, adj. imper- 

tinent, foolish. 
Despropositar, va. to talk idly. 
Despropósito, sm. nonsense, im- 

pertinence. [deprive of. 

Desprover, va. to mnprovide, to 
Desprovidamente, adv. unex- 

pectedly. 
Desprovido, a, pp. adj. unpro- 

vided, deprived. 
Desprovimento, sm. -want of 

provision, deprivatiou. 
Desqualificar, va. to unqualify. 

Desqualificar-se, vr. to be dis- 

qualiôedv 
Des <iuè. adv. {anc.) as soon as. 

V. Desde que. 
Desqueixado, a, pp. adj. that 

has one's jaws broken oíf. 
Desqueixar, va to tear the ja-ws. 
Desquerer, va. to dislike, to 

cease loving. 
Desquerido, a, pp. adj disliked, 

loved no more. [anxiety. 

Desquietação, sf. unquietness, 
Desquietar, va. to disquiet, to 

make uneasy. Desquietar-se^ vr, 

to disquiet one's self. 
Desquieto, a, adj. disqniet, un- 
easy. 
Desquitar, va. to divorce. Des- 

quitar-se^ vr. to divorce. 
Desq[uite, sm. divorce, separa- 

tion; a recovering what was 

lost. [plant. 

Desramar, va. to thin a tree or 
Desrebuçado, a, adj. uncon- 

cealed, uncovered. [derly. 

Desregradamente, adv. disor- 
Desregrado, a, pp. adj. unruled, 

disordered [confusion. 

Desregramento, sm. disorder, 
Desregrar t va. to disorder. Des- 

regrar-se, tr. to exceed in eating 

or drinking. [ness. 

Desregulamento , sm. unruli- 
Deeremediado, a, pp. adj. irre- 

mediable. 



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Desrevestir-se, vr. to pull ott 

again the vestments. 
Deaeaborar, va. to displease, to 

disgast. 
Dessaborido, a, adi. insipid. 
Dessaboroso, a, aaj. that has a 

bad taste. 
Dessagrar, va. to degrade a 

priest from holy orders. 
Dessalgar, va. to unsalt. 
Dessazonar, va. to take out the 

proper time ; to turn insipid. 
Dessedentar, va. to quench 

one's thirst. [not certain. 

Dessegurado, a, adj. unsure, 
Dessellado, a, pp. cuij, unsad- 

dled; unsealed. [unseal. 

Dessellar, va. to unsaddle; to 
Desseznelhar , va. Desrímilhar 

and derivated. [of. 

Dessentir, va. not to be sensiole 
Dessepulto, a, adj. unbnried. 
Dessequioso, a, adj. undried, 

not thirsted. 
Desser or Dessert, sm. dessert. 

V. Sobremesa. [harm. 

Desserviço , sm. disservice , 
Desservido, a, pp. adj. dis- 

served. [hurt. 

Desservir, va. to disserve, to 
Dessicação , sf. (bot.) desicca- 

tion, drving. [dissimilitude. 



Dessixniihança, sf. unlikeness, 
Dessimilhante, adj. 2 g. unlike, 

dissimilar. 
Dessimilhar , va. to make un- 
like, to desfigure. Dessimilhar- 

.56, vr. to be unlike. 
Dessoocorrer, va. to forsake. 
Dessoccorrido, a, pp. adj. un- 

relieved, fcrsaken. 
Dessocegado, a, adj. restless, 

disturbed. 
Dessoldar, va. to unsolder. 
Dessorar-se, vr. to be turneci, 
Dessoterrar, va. to disinter, to 

unbur}'. [separated. 

Destacado, a, pp. adj. detached. 
Destacamento, sm. {milit.) de- 

taohment. [parate. 

Destacar, m. to detach, to se- 
Destaznpado, a, pja. adj. that 

talks ignorantly; siUy; intem- 

perate. 



Destampar, va. to talk ignoraat* 
ly. — vn. — com, alguém^ to fali 
out with one. 

Destampatório, sm. nonsense. 

Destapado, a,pp. adj. unstopped, 
opened. 

Destapar, va. to unstop, to open. 

Destecedura, sf. unweaving. 

Destecer, va. to unweave, to un- 
ravel. 

Destecido, a, pp. adj. unwoven, 
unravelled. 

Destelhado, a, pp. adi. untiled. 

Destelhar, va. to untile. 

Destemer, va. to have no fear. 

Destemi dam ente , adv. boldly, 
fearlessly. [pidity. 

Destemldez, sf. boldness, intre- 

Destemido, a, adj. bold, fear- 
less. [pidity. 

Destemor, sm. boldness, intre- 

Destempera, sf. strife, brawling. 

Destemperadamente, adv. in- 
temperately. 

Destemperado, a, adj, out of 
tune; diluted. 

Destemperamento, sm. weak- 
ness, íooseness. [rance. 

Destemperança , sf. intempe- 

Destemperar, va. to distemper, 
to put out of temper; to put out 
of tune ; to dilute. Destemperar- 
«e, vr. to be out of tune. 

Destempero, sm. foolery. 

Desterrado, a, pp. adj. banished. 

Desterrar, va. to banish, to drive 
away. Dcsterrar-se^ vr. to banish 
one's self. [sert. 

Desterro, sm. banishment; de- 

Destetar, va. to wean. V. Des- 
mamar. 

Destinação, sf. destinv. 

Destinado, a^i^* adj. aestinated, 
determined. 

Destinar, va. to destine, to de- 
termine, to purpose. 

Destingidq, a, pp. adj. discolour- 
ed. 

Destingir, va. to discolour. Des- 
tingir-se^ vr. to lose its colour. 

Destino, sm. destiny, fate, doom. 

Destituição, sf. destitution, want. 

Destituído, a,pp. adj. destituted, 
diamissed. 



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Destituir, va. to dismiss; to leave 

one destitute. 
Destocar, va. to pull away the 

stumps of a fíeld. 
Destoldar, va. to take away an 

awning. 
Destorcer, va. to untwist. 
Desterroar, va. to harrow. 
Destoucado,a,pp. adj. uncoifed. 
Destoucar, va. to undress the 

head, to uncoif. 
Destra, sf. the right hand. Y. 

Dextra. 
Destramar, va. to unweave. 
Destramente, adv. sharply, a- 

droitly. 
Destrancar, va. to unhar. 
Destravar, va. to unfetter. 
Destrepar-se, vr. V. Deslizar-se. 
Destreza, sf. dexterity, handi- 

ness. [clear. 

Destrinçar, va. to unravel, to 
Destripado, a, adj. gutted. 
Destripar, va. to gut. 
Destripular, va. (a sea term) to 

unrig. 
Destro, a, adj. dexterous, clever. 
Destroçado, a, pp. adj. defeated. 
Destroçador, a, adj. and s. that 

destroys or puts to the rout. 
Destroçar, va. to make havock, 

to defeat, to destroy. 
Destrocar, va. to change again 

•what was changed before. 
Destroço, sm. havock, destruc- 

tion, spoil. 
Destronado, a, pp. adj. de- 

throned. 
Destronar, va. to dethrone. 
Destroncar, va. to truncate. 
Destronizar, va. V. Desentroni- 

zar. rtibility. 

Destructibilidade, sf. destruc- 
Destructivamente, adv. des- 

tructively. 
Destructivel, adj. 2 g. that may 

be destroyed. 
Destructivo, a, adj. destructive. 
Destruição, sf. destmction, ruin. 
Destruido, a, pp. adj. ruinod, 

wasted, destroyed. 
Destruidor, a, sm. or f. dea- 
troyer. 

jyeBÚruir, va. to destroy, to de 



molish, to subvert. Destruir^e, 

vr. to come to ruin. 
Destrunfar, va. to play a trump. 
Desubstanciar, va. to enervate, 

to deprive of substance. 
Desudação, sf. {med.) desuda- 

tion. [elude. 

Desumir, va. to desume, to con- 
Desunhar, va. to take away the 

nails. Desunhar-se, vr. ifio-) to 

labour with tooth and naii. 
Desunião, sf. disjunction, dis» 

union. [ly. 

Desunidamente, adv. separate- 
Desunido, a, pp. adj. disunited, 

separated. [parate. 

Desunir, va. to disunite, to se- 
Desusadamente, aíZv unusually. 
Desusado, a, pp. adj. unusual, 

disused. 
Desusar, va. to disuse, to disac- 

custom. Desusar-sCy vr. to be- 

come disused. 
Desuso, sm. disuse. 
Desvairado, a, pp. adj, discor- 

dant, unharmonious. 
Desvsdrar, vn. to rave, to de- 

lirate. [another. 

Desvaire, sm. a way opposed to 
Desvaler, vn. to be out or favour. 
Desvalido, a, adj. abandoned. 

— sm.he who is out of favour. 
Desvalimento, sm. disgrace, loss 

of favour. [dity. 

Desvalor, sm. cowardice, timi- 
Desvanado, a, adj. that makes 

dizzy. 
Desvanecedor. a, adj. that dis- 

appoints, or frustrates. 
Desvanecer, va. to puíf up with 

pride; to frustrate, to deceive. 

Desvanecer-se. vr. to growproud; 

to vanish. 
Desvanecidamente, adv. proud- 

ly, arrogantly. 
Desvanecido, a, pp. adj. dissi- 

pated, frustrated. [ceit. 

Desvanecimento, sm. pride, con- 
Desvantagem, sf. disadvantage, 

prejudice. 
Desvantajosamente, adv. dis- 



j. 



DES 



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DET 



Desvão, sm. garret, little closet. 
Desvariadamente, adv. foolish- 

ly, inconsiderately. 
Desvariado, a, pp. adj. doted, 

raved, manv and various. — do 

juízo, light-headed. 
Desvariar, vn. to rave, to deli- 

rate. — va. to alter. 
Desvarioado, a, adj. {bot.) diva- 

ricate. [raving. 

Desvario, sm. alienation of mina, 
Desveladaxnente, adv. watch- 

fully, carefully. 
Desvelado, a, adj. withoat sleep, 

waking; {fig.) careful. 
Desvelar, va. to hinder from 

sleeping ; ifig.) to make careful. 
Desvelo, sm. -watching, care, 

zeal, diligence, watchfulness. 
Desvendai, va. to take off a 

bandage. Desvendar-se, vr. to 

be unmasked. 
Desvenerar, va. V. Desacatar. 
Desventura, sf. misfortune, un- 

happiness. [fortunately. 

Desventuradamente, adv. un- 
Desventurado, a, j^. adj. un- 

fortunate, unhappy. 
Desventurar, va. to make unfor- 

tunate, unhappy. 
Desventuroso, a, adj. unhappy. 
Desvergonlia , sf. shameless- 

ness, impudence. 
Desvergonliado, a, adj. impu- 
dente shameless. 
Desvestido, a, ^. adj. undress- 

ed, divested. [vest. 

Desvestir, va. to undress, to di- 
Desviado, a, pp. adj. removed, 

turned away. 
Desviar, va. to put out of the 

"way, to turn away; to dis- 
suade ; to interrupt ; to parry a 

blow. — os humores y to revulse. 

Desviar-se, vr. to turn away. — 

do caminho y to deviate ; digress ; 

to miss one's wa^. [ment. 

Desvio, sm. deviation, retire- 
Desvirtuar, va. to pall, to make 

insipid, to take the virtue. 

Desvirúiar-se, vr, to lose the 

virtue. 
neavirtude, sf. want of virtue. 
l>oavivBr, vn. to die. 



Detalhar, va. {mil.) to distribute, 

to divide. [division. 

Detalhe, sm. {mil.) distribution, 
Detença, sf. delay, detention. 
Detenção, sf. detention. 
Detenóoso,a, adj. slow, protract- 

ing, aelaying ; craggy, arduous. 
Detensor, sm. detainer. 
Detentor, sm. (in law) holder. 
Deter, va. to detain, to stop; to 

retard; to oppose. Deter-se^ vr. 

to stay. [tergent. 

Detergente, adj. 2 g. {medT) de- 
Detergido, a, pp. adj. deterged. 
Detergir, va. to deterge, to 

cleanse. 
Deterioração, sf. deterioration. 
Deteriorado, a, pp. adj. dete- 

riorated. * ■> 

Deteriorar, va. to deteriorate, 

to grow "worse. Deteriorar-se, 

vr. to be deteriorated. 
Deterioridade, sf. deterioration, 

detriment. [tion. 

Determinação , sf. determina- 
Determinadamente , adv. de- 

terminately. 
Determinado, a, pp. adj. deter- 

mined. [termines. 

Determinador, sm. one who de- 
Determinante, adj. 2 g. deter- 

minative, decisive. 
Determinar, va. to determine, 

to decide, to fix. Deter minar-se, 

vr. to resolve one's self. 
Determinativo, a, adj. determi- 

n ative. [gi°&- 

Detersão, sf. the act of deter- 
Detersivo, a, adj. detersive, 

abstergent. [mination. 

Detestação, sf. detestation, abo- 
Detestado, a, pp. adj. detested, 

abominated. 
Detestando, a, adj. detestable. 
Detestar, va. to detest, to abo- 

minate. [hateful. 

Detestável, adj. 2 g. detestable, 
Detestavelmente, adv. detest- 

ably. fstopped. 

Detido, a, pp. adj. VvsAsstvÃ^^ 






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Detorado, a, pp, adj. praned, 

lopped. 
Detorar, va. to priine, to lop. 
Detracção, sf. aetraction, slan- 

der. 
Detraotivo, a, adj. detractive. 
Detractor, a, sm. cr f, detracter, 

slanderer. 
Detrahido, a, 2^ adj. detracted, 

slandered. 
Detrahir, va. to detract, to 

slander. 
Detraz, adv. after, behind. 
Detrimento, sm. detriment, da- 

mage. 
Detrito, sm. detritus. 
Detumecencia, sf. (med.) remo- 

vai of a sweUing. 
Deturpar, va. to poUute, to de- 

form. 
Deudo, sm. parent, relative. 
Deus, sm. God. O corpo de — , 

Corous-Christi-day. — o queira/ 

God g^rant it ! Graças a — , thank 

God. — vo-lo pague/ God—a- 

mercy ! 
Deusa, sf. goddess. 
Deutero > canónico , a , adj. 

{theol.) deutero-canonical. 
Deuteronomio, sm. deutero - 

nomy. [leisurely. 

Devagar, adv. slowly, softly, 
Devaneado, a, pp.' adj. raved, 

delirious, imagined. 
Devanear, va. to rave, to fancy, 

to imagine. [tion. 

Devaneio, sm. doating, delira- 
Devassa, sf. the act of examin- 

ing witnesses; inquest, judi- 
cial inquiry. 
Devassação, sf, break, inôraction 

of a custom. 
Devassado, a, pp. adj. conspi- 

cuous, in view. 
Devassador, a, sm. or f. publi- 

sher, divulgar. 
Devassamente, adv. "without de- 

fence ; licenliously. 
Devassamento, sm. the act of 

examinÍDg witnesses. 
Devassante, sm. he that exam- 
ines vitnesses. 
Devassar, va. {in law) to examine 

mtneBses; to take a view of. 



Denassar^se ^ vr. {a mulher) to 

become licentious, debauched. 
Devassidão, sf. licentiousness. 
Devasso, a, adj. that does not 

shut close; licentious. Mulher 

devassa^ a prostituta. 
Devastação, sf. devastation. 
Devastado, a, pp. adj. devas- 

tated, desolated. 
Devastador, a, ndj. that deso- 

lates. — , sm. desolater. 
Devastar, va. to devastate, to 

ravage. 
Devedor, a, sm. or f. debtor. 
Deventre, sm. the entrails or 

bowels. 
Dever, sm. duty. 
Dever, va. to owe, to be indeb- 

ted; to be obliged. Qu£ devemos 

fazer ^ what must we do! Elle 

deve vir hoje^ he is to come to- 

day. [earnest. 

Deveras, adv. truly, indeed, in 
Deve -se, v. imp. vfe must, or 

ought. 
Devessa, sf. pasture ground; 

ground píanted with chesnut- 

trees, oaKS. 
Deviação, sf. deviation. 
Deviar, va. to deviate. 
Devidaimente, adv. duly, in a 

due manner. 
Devido^ BifPp. adj. o-wed, obliged ; 

just, reasonable. 
Devio , a , adj. put out of the 

way, inaccessibie. 
Devusa, sf. division, separation. 
Devlsadsímente , adv. with li- 

mits or bounds. 
Devisado, a, pp. adj. discerned, 

distinguished. [mit. 

Devisão, sf. bound, border, li- 
Devisar, va. to discern, to see, 

to discover. 
Devoção, sf. devotion. 
Devocionario, sm. a prayer- 

book. [vate devotions. 

Devoções, sf. pi. prayers, pri-j 
Devolução, sf. devolution. ^L 

Devolutario, sm. {in lato) hei 

that has a benefíce fallen into X 

lapse or claims oiie. 
Devolutivo, a» adj, belonging to 

devolution. 



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Devoluto , a , adj, devolved , 
escheated. 

Devolver, va. to leave, to refer 
a thing to one. Devolver-se^ vr. 
(m teto) to be devolved. 

Devolvido, SL,jm,adj. devolved. 

Devoração, sf. devoration. 

Devorado, a, pp. adj. devoured. 

Devorador, a, sm. or f. devou- 
rer. 

Devorante, adj. 1 g. devouiing. 

Devorar, va. to devour, to eat 
up ravenously. [devoted. 

Devotado, a, adj. consecrated. 

Devotamente , adv, devoutly , 
piously. 

Devoto, a, adj. devout, pious. 

Dexteridade, sf. dexterity; ac- 
tivity, skill. 

Dextra, sf. the right hand. 

Dextro, a, adj. dexter, right; 
dextral. 

Dextrocherio, sm. {herald.) the 
right arm, dextrochere. 

Dey, sm. Dey. 

Dez, s. and adj. num. ten. 

Dezavo, sm. tne tenth part. 

Dezembro, sm. December. 

Dezena, sf. the place of tens in 
numeration. 

Dezeno, a, adj. tenth. 

Dezenove, s. and adj. nineteen. 

Dezesels, s. and adj. sixteen. 

Dezeseistavado, a, adj, having 
sixteen sides or faces. 

Dezesete, s. and adj. seventeen. 

Dezoito, 8. and adj. ei^hteen. 

Dia, sm. the day. — de entrudo, 
Shrove-Tuesday. — do Nataly 
Christmas - day. — de Páscoa^ 
Easter-day. — de anno 6om, 
New-year's day. — de BeiSj 
Twelrth-day. — santo, a holy 
day. — claro, broad day Cada 
— , day by day. De dois em dois 
dias , every second day. De três 
em três diaSj every third day. 
ffa oito — , a "week ago. Dê 
hoje a oito — , this day sen- 
night. Quinze — , a fortnight. 
De dia, in the day time. Sons 
dias, gooà morrow, good morn- 
Lag. Pardia, a day. De noite e de 
—, day and night. 



Diabéllia, sf. {bot.) back's hom. 
V. Guia Bella. 

Diabetes, sm. {med.) diabetes. 

Diabético, a, a4j. diabetic, dia* 
betical. 

Diabo, sm. the de vil. 

Diabolicamente , adv. diaboli- 
cally, devilishly. 

DiaboÚco, a, aaj. devilish, dia- 
bólica]. 

Diabrete, sm. a small de vil. 

Diabrosis, sf. erosion, corrosion. 

Diabrotioo, a, adj. that produ- 
ces erosion. 

Diabníra, sf. devilishness, de- 
vilish trick, witchcraft. 

Diacarthamo , sm. a medicine 
chiefly made of seeds of car- 
thamum. [tholican. 

Diacatholicão, sm. (med.) diaca- 

Diachylão, sm. {pnarm.) dia- 
chylon. [poppies. 

Diacodio, sm. syrup of white 

Diaconal, adj. 2 g. diaconal. 

Diaconato, sm. deaconship, dea- 
conry. [conship. 

Diaoonia, sf. deaconry , dea- 

Diaconioo, sm. diaconicon. 

Diaconisa, sf. deaconess, diaco- 
nissa. 

Diácono, sm. deacon. 

Diadema, sm. diadem. 

Diademado, a, adj. {blas.) dia- 
demed, crowned. [oeryl. 

Diadooos, sm. {min.) a sort of 

Diaía, sf. a re-wara ^ven to 
husbandmen above their due. 

Diafora, sf. {bot.) a gramineous 
plant. 

Diaforesis, sf. {med.) V. Dietpho- 
resis and derivated. 

Diagnosis, sf. {med.) diagnostic. 

Diagnostica, sf. {med.) diagnos- 
tic. [cate. 

DiagnoeticaTi va. to diagnosti- 

Diagnostico, a, adj. {med.) dia- 
gnostic. 

Diagonal, adi. 2 g. {geom.) dia- 
gonal. — , sf. diagonal. 

Diagonalmente^ ad». ^va^^^- 
naíly. \St«a^- 

Diagremxaa^ sm. Va^w^A ^'^*'" 

\ Bial, odj . 1 g . ^wX^. . ^cn^c. 



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Dlalecticaxnente, adv, diaiecti- 

cally. 
Dialéctico, a, adj. dialectical. — , 

8771. a dialectician, a logician. 
Dialecto, sm. dialect. 
Dialogado, a, pp. adj. having 

the form of a dialogue. 
Dialogai, adj. 2 g. dialogistic. 
Dialogalmente, adv. dialogisti- 

cally. [dialogue. 

Dialogar, va. to dialogize, to 
Dialogia, sf. {rhet.) diaphora. 
Dialogico, a, adj. dialogistic. 
Dialogisar, vn. to dialogize. 
Dialogismo, sm. dialo^ism. 
Dialogista, sm. dialogist. 
Dialogistico, a, adj. dialogistic. 
Disdogo, sm. dialogue. 
Dialthea, sf. {pharm.) ointment 

of marsh-mallows. 
Diaxuantado , a, adj. cut and 

polished like a diamond. 
Diaxnantar, va. to cut or polish 

like a diamond. 
Disunante, sm. diamond. 
Diamantino, a, adj. adaman- 
tino, [lapidary. 
Diamantista, 5772.diamond-cutter, 
Diametral, adj. 2 g. diametral, 

diametrical. [trically. 

Diametralmente , adv. diame- 
Diâmetro, sm. diameter. 
Diamoro, sm. {pharm.) confec- 

tion or syrup made of mul- 

berries [solver. 

Diana, sf. {mytk.) Diana ; {chem.) 
Diante, prep. before, in front of. 

Ao — , afterwards. D' aqui em 

— , hereafter, henceforward. 
Dianteira, sf. front, a running 

before. 
Dianteiro, a, adj. that is or 

goes before another. 
Diapasão, sm. diapason. 
Dlapedesis, sf. {med.) diapedesis. 
Diapente, sm. {mus.) diapenti, a 

perfect fifth; {pharm.) a com- 

Í)ound of five different drugs. 
aphaneidade, sf. diaphaneity. 
Diaphano, a, adj diaphanous, 
diaphanic. [resis. 

Diapnoresis, sf. {med.) diapho- 
DiaixhoretioOf a, adj. diapho- 
retic. 



Diaphragma, sm. diaphragm. 
Diaphragmatico, a, adj. {med) 

diaphragmatic. 
Diapnraspnitis, sf. (med.) an in- 

flammation of the diaphragm. 
Diaporesis, sf. {rhet.) aiaporesis. 
Diariamente, adv. daily. 
Diário, a, adj. daily. 
Diário, sm. a diary, a journal. 
Diarista, sm. diarist, journalist. 
Diarrhea, sf. diarrhsea. 
Diaspro, sm. {miner.) a kind of 

jasper, 
Diástole, sf. {med.) diástole; 

k/ram.) the extension of a syl- 

lable. 
Diastylo, sm. {arch.) diastyle. 
Diatessarão, sm. diatessaron. 
Diatonicamente , adv. {mus.) 

diatonically. 
Diatónico, a, adj. diatonic. 
Diatribe, sm. diatribe. 
Dição, sf. dominion, power. 
Dicaz, adj. 2 g. satyrical. 
Dicção, sf. diction, style. 
Diccionario, sm. dictionary. 
Dicclonarista, sm. a lexico- 

grapher. 
Dichote, sm. scoff, jest. 
Dicordio, sm. dichord. 
Dicotomo, a, adj dichotomous. 
Dictado, a, pp. adj. dictated. 
Dictador, sm. dictator. 
Dictadura, sf. dictatorship, dic- 

tature. 
Dictame, sm. dictate. 
Dictamo, sm. {bot.) dittander, 

dittany. 
Dictar, va. to dictate. 
Diotatorio, a, adj. dictatorial. 
Dicterio, sm. jest, scoff. 
Didáctica, sf didactics. 
Didacticamente , adv. didac- 

tically. 
Didáctico, a adi. didáctica]. 
Didactilo, a, didactylous. 
Dieresis, sf. {med.) dioeresis. 
Dieretico, a, adj. and s. {med.) a 

corrosivo medicine. 
Diesis, sf. {mus.) sharp, semi- 

tone. 
Dieta, sf. diet, food. 
Dietético f a, adj. {med,) die- 

tetical. 



iJietetuiiB. sai, âi«lsr 
JJUfaoiaoão, tf. defamation 
BiHamado, a, jip. odj. deli 
Slflamador, a am. m f. 



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Dige 

DlgestlTO. 

ffl- DlgeB 



'(ttod (MJ;. diges°t 



a, nd^, defami 

differenca. 

a, pp. adj. diff< 



. ifiâ'area" 



DlllBrenoial, ady. 
DlHerenciar, cu. I 
Dlllsrenta. adj. i 

Dltlereutemeute. úàe. ditTerent- 
DUísrldo. a, pp. adi. delsyed, 

put off. 
DQferlr.D». todiffer. lo be dblia- 

guished from; to costend. — . 

na. lo dofer. to delBr. 
DllUcU. adj. 3 g. dimcult. 
DlUicUinente, adn. difficulily. 
DUUouIdade. !f. d^racuKy. 
rUUcultado, a, pp. adj. âifH- 

DilllouKoaámentB. udti. Jiffi- 

DilflcuítOBo. a. àdj. dUHcuit 
Dillldencia. ■/■, J.Ciidencc. 



Digito, «n. dígit. 
Digladiar, en to ãeglsdÍBte. 
Dignação, i[. msnt, dsieri ; aSSi 

bility. 
Dignado, a, pp adj. àiAaaai. 
DlgnamentSt aJu. wan&Lly, 
Dignar, uD. lo snãítB northj. 
Dignidade, if. dlgDínr. 
Dignificar, na,, lo dignlfy. 
Dignitário, sm. dignitary 



DlgroBBionar, en. to digrB! 
Dlgressivo, a, adj, á\gte: 
IHgresBo, im. dejmrt, depat 

nilação, jf íiliili(in,dplnv. 
Dilaceração, -.f. dilncprniio 
DUaooraclo. a, pp. mlj. 

DUaoerador, a, tii. or f. 



. adj. t g. 



dilfon 



.,;f-?^ 



DlfluDdido. 

Dltlundir. va. to diOuse, to 

niHusamente, odi: ilitTUuTaly. 
DUhiaão. ,f. dilTusion. 
DlHusi-vo, a, iidj diffusive. 
DlBuHo, a, PP im'j. of Litfuaiir 

Jlgorldo, - ' 

Digerir, cl, 

"' ¥■ V«Ioi,? 

•w. (o diffeat 



DUapidador 



DUatadamante, ndu-villi 
Dilatado, a.pp. adj. dila 
Dilatador, s<a deiayec, • 



DllMa-yal, odj. 5,S;.*^"'*™^^ 



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Dilecto, a, adj loved. 

Dilexnxna, sm. {log.) dilemma. 

Dilemmatioo, a, adj. of a di- 
lemma. [duity. 

Diligencia, sf. diligence, assi- 

Diligenciador, a, sm. or f. soli- 
citor. [diligent. 

Diligenciar, va . to solicit, to be 

Diligente , adj. 2 g, diligent , 
assiduous. 

Diligentemente, adv. diligently. 

Dilimento, sm. dilution. 

DiUr, va. to dilute. 

Dilucidação, sf. dilucidation. 

Dilucidado, a, pp. adj. diluci- 
dated. 

Dilucidar, va. to dilucidate. 

Diluente, adj. 2 g^ dilutinf:. 

Diluição, sf. dilution. 

Diluido, a, pp. adj. diluted. 

Diluir, va. to dilute. 

Diluto, a, pp. irreg. of Diluir and 
adj. diluted. [luvian. 

Diluviai, adj. 2 g. diluviai, di- 

Diluviano, a, adj. diluvian. 

Diluvio, sm. deluge. [sleety. 

Diluvioso, a, adj. {poet») rainj, 

' Dimanação, sf. stream, stream- 

ing. [originated. 

Dimanado, a, »p. adj. streamed, 

Dimanante, adj, 2 g. streaminç. 

Dimanar, vn. ^to stream, to origi- 
nate- [sion. 

Dimensão, 5/. dimension, exten- 

Dimensional, adj. 2 q. dimen- 
sional, [of dunension. 

Dimensivel, adj. 2 g. capable 

Dimensorio, a, adj. dimensive. 

Dimidlação, sf. dimidiatiou. 

Dimidiar, va. to dimidiate. 

Dimidiato, a, adj. divided. 

Diminuição, sf. diminution, di- 
minishing. [nished. 

Diminuído, a, pp. adj. dimi- 

Diminuir, va. or n to diminish, 
to make less. Diminuir-se^ vr. to 
grow less. [fectly. 

Diminutamente , adv. imper- 

Diminutivamente, adv dimi- 
nutively. fa, adj. little. 

Diminutivo, sm. diminutive.— , 
•Diminuto, a, adj. impexíect^ àe- 

fective. 
Dimiaaorioj a, adj, dimÍMoxy. 



Dimittir, va. V. Demittir. 
Dinamarquez, a, adj. and «. 

Dane, Danish. 
Dinheirada or Dinheiraiiia, sf. 

a great heap of money. 
Dinheiro, sm. money. 
Dinheiroso, a, adj. rich, fali of 

money [sm. diocesan. 

Diocesano, a, adj. diocesan. — , 
Dioptra, sf. {astr.) dioptra» the 

índex of an astroíabe. 
Dioptrico, a, adj. dioptrical. 
Diorama, sm. diorama. 
Dlploa or Diploe, sf. i^anat.) di- 

Íiloe. 
ploma, sm. diploma. 

Diplomacia, sf. diplomacy. 

Diplomata, sm. diplomatist. 

Diplomática, sf diplomatics. 

Diplomaticamente, adv. diplo> 
matically. 

Diplomático, a, adj, diplomatic. 

Dipticos, sm jpl. diptychs. 

Dique, sm. sluice, dike. 

Dirás, sf. pi. curses. 

Direcção, x/*. direction. 

Directamente, adv. directly. 

Directivo, a, adi. directive. 

Directo, a, adj. direct. 

Director, sm. director. — a^ sf. 
governess. [torsbip. 

Directoria, sf* directory, direc- 

Directório, sm. directory. 

Directriz, adj, and sf. female- 
director, governess; directrix. 

Direita, 5/. the right hand or side. 

Direitamente, adv. directly. 

Direiteza, sf. straightuess, di- 
rectness. 

Direito, a, adj. right, straight; 
upright, just, reasonable. — , 
adv. directly. Ir — a alguém, to 
go directly to one. 

Direito , bm. r»ght ; jastioe ; 
claim ; law. — divino e humano, 
divine and humane law Doutor 
em — , doctor in law. — s da 
alfandega , customs for goods 
imported ; tax, duty, excise. 

Direitura, sf. righteousneu, 
^Mstvce. Em — ^adv. straightway. 

'DVriQVâLO ^ Q^^ "PP . oAj . ^vt^^x^^. 



\^ 



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to order. Dirigir-se^vr. to direct, 

to regard. 
Dirimente, adj. 2 g. {in law) Im- 

pedimento — , an absolute impe- 

diimiit. 
Dirimido, a. adj. disunited. 
Dirimir, va. to disunite,tobreak 

off. 
Diro, a, adj. {poet.) dire, cruel. 
Disbarate, sm. nonsense. 
Disoeptação, sf. disceptation, 

debating. 
Discemente, adj. 2 g. disceming. 
Discernido, a^pp. adj. discemed. 
DiBcemimento,«m.discernment. 
Discernir, va. to discern, to dis- 

cover, to judge. 
Disciplina, sf. discii>line, order, 

regulation ; correction. 
Disciplinado, a, pp. adj. disci- 

plined. [rian. 

Disciplinador, sm. disciplina- 
Disciplinantes, sm. pi. disci- 

£linants, flagellists. 
(ciplinar, ^: to discipline, to 
instruct. Disciphnar-se, vr. to 
whip one's selr- 



Disoiplinar, adj. 2^. disciplinar^. 
Disciplina 

plinable. 



aj. ig. 
, adj. 



2 g, disci- 



DÍscipula, sf. a she-scholar. 

DiscipuladOf sm. discipleship. 

Discipular, adj. 2 g. Scholastic, 
scholastical. [foUower. 

Disoipolo, sm. disciple, scholar. 

Disco, sm. quoit, disk. 

Díscolo, a, adj. depraved V. De- 
pravado. 

Disconforme, adj 2 g, discor- 
dant, not conformable. 

Disconvenienoia, sf. di^conve- 
niency, variance 

Discordado, a, pp. adj. disa- 
greed, dissented.' 

Discordância, sf. discordance, 
discordancy. 

Discordante, adj. 2 g, discor- 
dant, discording. [dantly. 

Discordantemente, adv. discor- 

Discordar, vn, to disagree, to 
vary. [harsh. 

Discorde, adj. 2 g. discordant, 

VJaoordemente, adv. in a dis- 
córdia^ iiiaiiner. 



Discórdia, sf. discord, opposi- 

tioD. 
Discorrer, va. to reason, to dis- 

course. — os meios , to think 

about an expedient. 
Discorrido, a, pp. adj. reasoned, 

discoursed. [tionary. 

Discrecionario, a, adj. discre- 
Discrepado, a, pp. adi. dissented, 

disagreed. [aiscrepance. 

Discrepância, sf. disagreement, 
Discrepante, adj. 2 g. discre- 

pant, different. [dissent. 

Discrepar , vn. to disagree , to 
Discretamente, adv. discreetly, 

prudently. [ly. 

Discretear, va. to speak discrect- 
Discreto, a, adj. oiscreet, pru- 

dent, wise. 
Discretorio, sm. council room of 

some religious orders. 
Discricionário, a, adj. discre- 

tionary. [sity. 

Discrime, sm. diíference, diver- 
Discriminação, sf. discrimina- 

tion. [ed, discriminated. 

Discriminado, a, pp. adj. divid- 
Disoriminal, adj. 2 g. belonging 

to discrimination. 
Discriminar, va. to discriroinate, 

to divide. [ed. 

Discursado, a, pp. adj. discours- 
Discursar, vn. to discourse, to 

reason. 
Discursivo, a, adj. discoursive. 
Discurso, sm. discourse, reason- 

ing, space. [bate. 

Discussão , sf. discussion , de- 
Disoutido, a, pp. adj. discussed, 

examined. [mine. 

Discutir, va. to discuss, to exa- 
Discutivel, adj. 2g, that may be 

discussed. 
Diserto, a, adj. copious, fluent. 
Disfarçadamente, adv. disguis- 

edly. 
Disfarçado, a, pp. adj disguised. 
Disfarçar, va. to disguise. Dis- 

farçar-se^ vr. to disguise one's 

self. (jxvôxvt.. 

Disfarce ^ sm. ô\%^\v\^Çk, $!íva.^vvNSft«- 
Dlatormacc, -oa. \o ^^^^«^^v_^^« 
Dislorme. adj. 'i Q. «u««orí^», 

defoTitvea. 



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Disformemente, adv. defonned- 

Disformidade, sf. deformity. 
Disgregação, sf. disgregation, 

separation. [ed. dispersed. 

Disgregado, a, pp. aaj. separat- 
Disgregar, va. to disgregate, to 

separate. — a vista ^ to separate 

the visual rays. 
Disgresrativo, a, adj. disjunc- 

tive of the visual rays. 
Disjuncção, sf. disjunction, se- 
paration. [tively. 
Disjunctivam.ente, adv. disjunc- 
Disjunctivo, a, adj. disjunctive. 
Disjuncto, a, adj. scparated. 
Disjungir, va. to unyoke (oxen). 
Dislate, sm. nonsensc. 
Dispar, adj. 2 g. unequal, diffe- 

rent. [trigger of a gun. 

Disparador, sm. a shooter ; the 
Disparar, va. to shoot, to dart, 

to fling, to discharge, to Ict 

off, to utter. — affrontas contra 

alguém^ to affront one. 
Disparatadamente, a^u.absurd- 

ly. [extravagant. 

Disparatado, a, pp. adj. absurd. 
Disparatar, va. to talk foolishly, 

absurd ly. [action. 

Disparate, sm. nonsense, foolish 
Disparidade, sf. disparity, ine- 

quality. 
Dispartir, vn. to divide. 
Dispêndio, sm. expense. 
Dispendiosamente, adv. expen- 

sively. [costly. 

Dispendioso, a, adj. expensive. 
Dispensa , sf. dispensation , 

exemptioD. [dispense. 

Dispensação, sf. dispensation. 
Dispensado, a, pp. adj. dispcn- 

sed, free. [disposer. 

Dispensador , sm. dispenser , 
Dispensar, va. to dispense with, 

to exerapt. DUpcnsar-se , vr. to 

decline, to avoid. [sative, 

Dispensativo, a, adj. dispen- 
Dispensatorio , sm. dispensa- 

tory. fsable. 

Dispensável, adj. 2 g. dispen- 
Diaperaado, a, p/K adj. disperãed. 
I>iaperaão, sf. dispersion, separ 
ratíojio 



Dispersar, va. to disperse. 
Disperso, a, adj. dispersed, se- 

Í)arated. fsorrow. 

splicencia, sf. displeaaare. 
Displicente, adj. lg. unpleBsant, 

unpleasing. [poses. 

Disponente, adj. 2 g. that dis- 
Disponível, adj. ± g. disposable. 
Dispor, va. to dispose, to order, 

to regulate. — , vn. to dispose 

of. ÍJispôr-se^ vr. to get ready, 

to prepare. [lution. 

Disposição, sf. disposition, reso- 
Dispositivamente, adv. disposi- 

tively, preparatorily. 
Dispositivo, a, adj. dispositivo 
Dispositor, sm. a disposer. 
Disposto, a, pp. adj. disposed, 

ordered. 
Disputa, sf. dispute, debate. 
Disputado, a, pp. adj, disputed, 

contested. [patant, 

Disputador, sm. disputer, dis- 
Disputante, adj. 2 g. disputing. 
Disputar, vn. to dispute, to con- 

test. 
Disputavel. adj. 2 g. disputable. 
Dissabor, sm. insipidity; displea- 

sure. 
Dissaborear, va. to moke insipid, 

to cause displeasure. Dissabo- 

rear-se, vr. to grow dispieased 

or disgustcd. [tasteíess. 

Dissaboroso , a, adj. insipid. 
Dissecado, a, pp. adj. dissected. 
Dissecar, va. to dissect, to ana- 

tomize. 
Dissecção, sf. dissection. 
Dissector, sm. dissector« ana- 

tomist. [and derivated. 

Disseinelhar, va. V. Desstmilhar 
Disseminação, sf. dissemina- 

tion. [minated. 

Disseminado, a, pp. aaj. disse- 
Disseniinar, va. to disseminate. 
Dissensão, sf. discord, dissen- 

sion. [ed. 

Dissentido, a, pp. adj. dissent- 
Dissentimento, sm. dissent, 

disagreement. 
Dissentir, va. to dissent. 



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Dissertador, sm. dissertator. 
Dissertar, va. to dissert, to dis- 

course. [scission. 

Dissidência, sf. dissidenee. 
Dissidente, adj. íí g. dissident. 
Disaimilar, aaj, 2 g. dissimilar, 

unlike. 
Dissixnilitude, sf. dissimilítude. 
Dissimulação, sf. dissimulation. 
Dissimuladaxnente, adv, dissem- 

blingly. 
Dissimulado, a, pp. adj. dis- 

sembled, dissembling. 
Dissimulador, a, sm. or f. dis- 

sembler. 
Dissimular, va. to dissemble, to 

conceal. Dissimular-se , vr. to be 

dissembled. 
Dissimulavel , adj. \2 g. tbat 

may be dissembled. 
Dissimulo, sm. dissimulation. 
Dissipação, sf. dissipation, -wast- 

ing. [pation. 

Dissipadamente, ado. with dissi- 
Dissipado, a, pp. adj. dissipated. 
Dissipador, a, sm. or f. dissipa- 

ter, prodigal. [disperse. 

Dissipar, va. to dissipate, to 
Dissipavel, adj, 2 g. tnat may 

be dissipated. 
Dissociação, sf. separation. 
Dissociai , adj. 2 g. unsociable, 

separated. [parate. 

Dissociar, va. to disjoin, to se- 
Dissociavel, adj. 2 g. unsociable. 
Dissolução, sf. dissolution, so- 

lution, dissoiuteness. [ly. 

Dissolutamente, adv. dissolutc- 
Dlssolutivo, a, adj. dissolvent, 

dissoluble. [centious. 

Dissoluto, a, adj. dissolute, 11- 
Dissoluvel, adj. 2 g. dissoluble. 
Dissolvente, adj. 2 g. dissolvent. 
Dissolver, va. to dissolve, to se- 

parate. Dissolver ~se^ vr. to be 

dissolved. 
Dissolvido, a, pp. adj, dissolved. 
Dissonância, sf. {miis.) disso- 

nanco. [unharmonious. 

Dissonante, aí// 2.ç'.disagreeing, 
Dissonar, vn. to disagree. 
Dissonoro,a, adj. unharmonious. 
Dissuadido, a, pp, adj. dissuad- 
iu^. 



Dissuadidor, sm. ene who dis- 
suades. 

Dissuadir, va. to dissuade. 

Dissuasão, sf. dissuasion. 

Dissuasivo, a, adj. dissuasive. 

Dissuasório, a, aaj. dehortatory. 

Dissyllabo, a, adj. and s. dissyl- 
lable. 

Distancia, sf. distance, interval. 

Distanciado, a, pp. adj. sepa- 
rated, distanced. [ced. 

Distanciar-se, vr. to be distan- 

Distante, adj. 2 g, distant, re- 
moto. 

Distar, vn. to be distant, reraote. 

Distensão, sf. {med.) distension. 

Distenso, a, adj. {med.) distensed. 

Dístico, sm. distich. 

Distillação, sf. distillation, dis- 
tillery. 

Distillado, a, pp. adj. distilled. 

Dlstillador, sm. distiller. 

Distillar, va. to distil. Distillar- 
se, vr. to be distilled. [ry. 

Distillatorio, a, adj. dlstillato- 

Distlncção, sf. distinction. diífe- 
rence. [clearly. 

Dlstinctamente, adv. distinctly, 

Bistinc ti vãmente, ado. distinc- 
tively. 

DistinctivOj a, adj. distinctive. 
— , sm. a distinctive mark. 

Distincto, a, pp. irreq. of Dis- 
tinguir and aaj. distinguished, 
distinct. Nascimento — , high 
birth. 

Distinguido , a , pp. adj. dis- 
tinguished, eminent. 

Distbiguidor. sm. distinguisher. 

Distingir, va. and n. to dis- 
tinguish, to discern. Distinguir- 
se, vr. to make one's self emi- 
nent. 

Distinguivel, adj. 2 g. distin- 
guishable. 

Distorsão, sf. {med,) distortion. 

Distracção, sf. dislraction, dis- 
turbance ; recreation, diversion . 

Distractivo, a, adj distractive, 
diverting. 

DistrahiaazneTXtid> oAxi. ^^«i^^- 
\ess\y , maXXfeuWv «ít^ . 

DiatraMdo. bl , w- «-^i* ^^^' 



nan 



m" 



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DIV 



Distrahimento, sm. distraction, 

disturbance. 
Distrahir, va. to distract, to di- 

vert frora; to subtract. Dis- 

trahir-se, vr. to divert one's 

self. [cancel. 

Distratar , va, to abolish , to 
Distrato, sm. cancelling of an 

agreement ; dissolution. 
Distribuição , 5^. distribution ; 

{impr.) distriljuting. 
Distribuido, a, pp. adj. distri- 

buted. 
Distribuidor, sm. distributer 
Distribuir, va. to distribute 
Distributivo, a, adj. distributive. 
Didtricto, sm. district, territory. 
Disturbado, Si,pp. adj. disturbed. 
Disturbar, va. to disturb, to 

confound. [sion. 

Distúrbio, sm. disorder, confu- 
Dita. sf. good luck. 
Ditheismo, sm. system admitting 

a good and a bad principie. 
Ditnyrambico, a, adj. ditnyram- 

bio. 
Dithyrambo, sm. dithyramb. 
Dito, sm. a saying. — "^ pp, irreg. 

de Dizer and adj. said. — e feito^ 

adv. loc. immediately. 
Ditongado, a, pp. adj. made as 

a diphthong. 
Ditongal, adj. 2 g diphthongal. 
Ditongar,ua. to make diphthongs. 
Ditongo, sm. diphthong. 
Ditono, sm. {music.) ditone. 
Ditosamente, ado. luckily, hap- 

Ditoso, a, adj. fortunate, happy. 
Diurese, sf. {med.) diuresis. 
Diurético, a, adj. diuretic. 
Dlurnal, adj. 2 g. diurnal, dayly. 
Diurno, a. adj. diurnal, daily. 
Diuturnidade, sf. diutarnity. 
Diuturno, a, adj. diuturnal, 

iasting. 
Diva, sf. (p<Mf.) a goddess. 
Divagação, sf. divagation, wand- 

ering.' 
Divagante, adj. 2 g. -vrandering. 
Divagar, vh to wander. 
Divan, sm. divan. 
Divergência, sf. divergeney. 
Divergente, adj. 2 g. divergent. 



Divergir, vn. (geom.) to diverçe. 
Diversamente, adv. differentíy. 
Diversão, sf. diversion. 
Dtrersar, va. to discern, to dis- 

tinguish. [ference. 

Diversidade, sf. diversity, dif- 
Diversificado , a , pp, adj. áí- 

versified, varied. 
Dlversificante, adj. 2 g. diversi- 

fying. 
Diversificar, va. to diversify. 
Diversificavel, adj. 2 g. that may 

be diversiíied. 
Diverso, a. ac//. diverso, different. 
Diversorio, sm. an inn, a public 

house. 
Divertidamente, adw.carelessly. 
Divertido, a, pp. adj. diverted ; 

jocund, pleasant. 
Divertimento, sm. recreation, 

diversion ; heedlessness. 
Divertir, va. to divert, to amuse, 

to entertain ; to turn away. 

Divertir^se^ vr. to divert one*B 

self. [quezas. 

Divicias, sf pi. wealth. v. Hi- 
Divida, sf debt. 
Dividendo, sm. {arith ) dividend ; 

share, portion. 
Dividido, a, pp. adj. divided. 
Divididor, sm. divider. 
Dividir, va. to divide, to part, to 

share. [Parentesco.. 

Divido, sm. kindred, afflnity. V. 
Dividual, adj. 2 g dividual, di- 
vided. 
Divinação, sf. divination. 
Divinador, sm. diviner. 
Divinal, adj. 2 g. divine. 
Divinalmente, adv. divinely. 
Divinamente, adv. divinely. 
Divinatorio, a, adj. divinatory. 
Divindade, sf divinity, deity 
Divinisado, a, pp. adj. deified. 
Divinisante, adj. 2 g. deifying. 
Divinisar, im. to deify. Divinisar- 

se, vr. to require honour as a god. 
Divino, a, adj. divine. 
Divisa, sf. device, embleme. 
Divisação,^/'. boundary. 
Divisadamente, adv. distin- 



Divisado, a, pp. adj. discemed» 
Divlsamente, adv. dividedly 



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Divisão, sf. division; discord, 

disanioD. 
Divisar, va. to discern,to judge. 
Divisibilidade, sf. divisibility. 
Divisional, adj. 2 g. divisional. 
Divisível, adj. 2 g. divisible. 
Divisivo, a, adj. divisive, distri- 

butive. 
Divisor, sm. divisor, divisioner. 
Diviso, a, adj. divided, parted. 
Divisório, a, adj. divisionary. 
Divo, a, adj. divine. — , sm, or f. 

deity, divinity. 
Divorciado. a.,pp. adj. divorced. 
Divorciar, va. to divorce. 
Divorcio, sm. divorce. 
Divos or Deuses, sm. pi. thc 

Gods, the heathen gods. 
Divulgação, sf. divulging, divul- 

gation. 
Divulgado, a, pp. adj. divulged. 
Divulgador, a, «m. or /l divulgar. 
Divulgar, va. to divulge. 
Divolsão, sf. {med.) divulsion. 
Dixes, sm. pi baubles. 
Dlzedor. a, sm, or f. great talker. 

V. Fallador, 
Dizer, va. to tell, to say, to speak, 

to tsíik, to bid. Diz-se, it is said. 

Quer dizer, that is to say. Dizer- 

se, vr. to call, to profess, to 

entitle one^s self. Dtzer, vn. to 

be suitable. 
Dizer, sm. O — das Ustimunhas, 

the witneísses' depositions. O— 

6em, fine speech. Dizeres^ sm.pl. 

detraction, scandal 
Dizidor, sm. a great talker 
Dizima, sf. decimal. 
Dizimação, sf. decimatioQ. 
Dizimado, a^pp. adj. decimated. 
Dizimador, sm. decimator,tither. 
Dizimai, adj. 2 g decimal. 
Dizimar, va. to decimate. Dizi- 

mar-se, vr. to pay the tithe. 
Dizimaria, sf. a place where the 

tithe is paia. 
Dizimo, sm. tithe. [said. 

Dizivel, adj. 2 g. that can be 
Do, a, contractiòn of de and of 

the article sing. mas. o, of the 
D6, sm. mourning, compassion. 
Doa, sf. donation, grant. 
Doa^o, sf. donation, gift; (m 



law) the contract transferring 

the gift. 
Doado, a,pp. adj. given.granted. 
Doador, 5m. ^iver, donor. 
Doar, va. to give, to bestow. 
Dobadeira, sf. a -woman that 

winds skains. 
Dobadoira, sf. a wirdle. 
Dobar, va. to wind into a skain. 
Dobra, sf. fold, plait; ancient 

coin in Portugal. 
Dobrada, sf. tripé. 
Dobradamente, adv, doably. 
Dobradeira, sf. a folding-stick. 
Dobradiça, sf. hinge. 
Dobradiço, a, adj. pliant, pliable. 
Dobrado, a, pp. adj. folded, 

doubled. 
Dobradura, sf. folding , bending. 
Dobrai, sm. purse, pouch. 
Dobrão, sm. doubloon. 
Dobrar, va. to fold, to bow, to 

bend ; to double. — vn. — de reso- 

luçãOj to change one^s mind. 

Dôbrar-se, vr. — ao partido de 

alguém, to take one's part; to 

be moved or aflfected. 
Dobre, adi. 2 g. double; deceit- 

ful, fraudulent. 
Dobrez, sf. donble-dealing. 
Dobreza, sf. duplicity, hypocrisy. 
Dobro, sm. double. Dar o — , to 

give double the price. 
Doce, adj. 2 g. sweet. Agua — , 

fresh water. Vinho — , unfer- 

mented wine. 
Doce-amarga, sf. bitter-sweet. 
Docel, sm. a canopy. 
Docemente, adv. sweetly 
Dócil, adj. 2 g. docile, teachable. 
Docilidade, sf. docility. 
Docilisado, a, pp. adj. made do- 
cile. 
Docilisar, va. to make docile. 
Docilmente, adv. vrith docility. 
Documentar, va. to prove with 

documents. 
Documento, sm. document. 
Doçura, sf. s^t^eetness. 
Dodecagono, sm. dodecagon. 
Dodecatemorio, sm. dodecate- 

mory. 
Doença, sf. sickness, disea&«> 

disovdeT. 



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Doenoia, af. unwholesomeness of 

a climate. 
Doencio, a, adj. {anc ) unwhole- 

some, sickly. 
Doente, adj. 2 ç. sick, ill. 
Doentio, a, adj. sickly. 
Doer, vn. to ache, to feel pain. 

Doer-se, vr, to pity, to coraplain. 
Doestadoiro, a, adj. despicable, 

worthless. 
Doestador, a, adj. injurious, 

shameful. 
Doestar, va. to injure, to wrong. 
Doesto, sm. injure, "wroíg. 
Doge, sm. doge. 
Dogma. sm. dogma, doctrine. 
Dogmaticamente, adv. dogma- 

tically. 
Dogmático, a, adj. dogmatic, 

dogmatical. [tized. 

Dogmatisado, a, pp. adj. do^ma- 
Dogmatisador, sm, dogmatizer. 
Dogmatisante, sm. dogmatist. 
Dogmatisar, va. to dogmatize. 
Dogmatismo, sm. dogmatism 
Dogmatista, sf. dogmatist. 
Dogo, sm. a bull-dog. 
Dogue, sm. a bull-dog. 
Doidamente, aJv. foolishly. 
Doidice, sf. madness, foolisnness. 
Doido, a, sm. or f. and adj. mad, 

foolish, siUy, insane; wild, ex- 

travagant. 
Doirada, sf. dorado. 
Doirado, a, pp. adi. giit, gilded. 
Doirador, sm. gilder. 
Doiradura, sf. gilding. 
Doirar, va. to gild. -^ apillula^ 

ifig.) to gild the pill ; to colour, 

to palliate, to disgui»e. 
Dois, adj. num. pi. two. 
Dolanqnim, sm. a sort of black 

dve. 
Dollar, sm. dollar, silver coin. 
Dolo, sm. fraud, deceit. Com — , 

craftily. 
Dolor, sm, grief, pain. 
Dolorido, a, pp. adj. delicate. 
Dolorifico, a, adj. pain fui, that 

pains. [fully, grievously. 

Dolorosamente , ado. sorrow- 
Doloroso, a, adj. pain fui, sor- 

rowful. [deceitfully. 

Dolosamente, adv. fraudulently, 



Doloso, a, adj. deceitful, frauda- 

lent. [of honoar. 

Dom, sm. gift or present ; a title 
Doma or Domãa, sf. hebdomad. 
Domado, a, pp. adj. subduer, 

tamed. 
Domador, sm. tamer, subdued. 
Domadora, sf. she that tames or 

subdues. 
Domar. va. to tame, to subdue. 
Domavel, adj. 2 g. easy to be 

subdued. [ii^g* 

Domesticação, sf. taming, break- 
Domesticamente, adv. domesti- 

cally. 
Domesticar, va. to domesticate. 

Lomesticar-se, vr. to çrow fami- 
liar, [be tamed. 
Domesticavel, adj. 2 g. easjr to 
Domesticidade, sf. domesticity. 
Domestico, a, adj. domestic« do- 
mesticai. 
Domestiqueza, sf. familiarit^r. 
Domiciliado, a, pp. adj. domici- 

liated. 
Domiciliar, va. to domiciliate, to 

domicile. Domiciliar-se^ vr, to 

settle, to dwell in a place. 
Domiciliário, a, adj. oomiciliarv. 
Domicilio, sm. dwelling, domi- 

ciliation. 
Dominação, sf. domination, com- 

mand, power. 
Dominador, a, sm. or f. and adj, 

dominator, ruler. 
Dominante, adj. 'i g. dominant, 

predominant. Paixão — , ruling 

passion. 
Dominar, va. to lord, to com- 

mand, to domineer over, to go- 

vern. 
Dominativo, a, adj. dominativc, 

having power. 
Domingo, sm. or Dominga, sf. 

Sunday, the Lord's day. 
Domingueiro, a, adj. belonging 

to the Sunday. 
Dominical, aaj. 2 a. dominical. 
Dominicano, a, adj. dominican. 
Dominicanos, S7n. pi. Domini- 

cans. [power. 

Dominio, sm. dominion, role, 
DominlcMso, a, or Dominoso, a, 

adj. proud, scomfuL 



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Dominó, sm. domino. 

Domo, sm. the calhedral church 

of a city. 
Dona, Donna or Domina, sf. 

title given to ladies of quality. 
Donadlo, sm. donation. 
Donado, sm. a lay-brother that 

has made his profession. 
Donaire, sm. grace, good beha- 

viour. [scoffed. 

Donsdreado, a, pp. adj. jeered, 
Donairear, va. to jeer, to scoíf. 
Donairoso, a, adj. comely, grace- 

ful. 
Donatária, sf. dignity, rank of 

the donee. 
Donatário, sm. donee. 
Donativo, sm. donative, gift. 
Donato, sm. a lay-brother who 

has not made his profession. 
D'onde, adv where, from whence. 
Dondo, a, adj. spent, -woni. 
Donear, va. to suit, to court, to 

allure a maid . 
Doninha, sf a weasel. 
Dono, sm. master, owner, pro- 

prietor. 
Donosamente, adv. pleasantly, 

wittily 
Donoso, a, adj pleasant, witty. 
Donzel, s;n a young gentieman 

before being made a knight . — 

adj. m. gentle, docile. Vinho — , 

sweet wine. 
Donzella, sf. maid, virgin ; young 

lady, young miss ; a dumb 

waiter. 
Donzellaria or Donzellice, sf 

maidenhead. 
Dôr, sm. grief, pain, ache, sorrow. 
Dorico, a, adi. doric, dorian. 
Dorido, a, aaj. doleful, sore, de- 

licate, weak. 
Dormente, adj. 2 g. benumbed, 

stiff, sleeping, dormant; stag- 

nant (water) — s, sm. pi. timbers 

of the deck of a ship ; pieces of 

wood in a mill. 
Dormida, sf. the tree where a 

bird rests every night. 
Dormideiras, sf, pi. {bot.) pop- 

pies. ped. 

Dormido, a, pp. adj. asleep, lul- 
Dormidoiro, sm. a dormitory. 



Dormidor, a, sm or f. he or sho 

who sleeps soundly. 
Dormilão, ona, sm. or/. and adj. 

sluggard. [sluggard, 

Donninhoco, a, adj. síeeper, 
Dormir, v7i. to sleep. — a sesta^ 

to take a nap. Ter vontade de — , 

to be sleepy. 
Dormitado, a, pp adj. nodded, 

slumbered. 
Dormitar, va. to slumber, to nod . 
Dormitivo, a, adj. and «. sopo- 

rific, soporiferous. 
Dormitório, sm. dormitory. 
Doma, sf. » vat for wine, oil, etc. 
Dorneira, sf. the hopper of a 

mill, 
Dorsal, adj. 2 g. {anat.) dorsal. 
Dorsel, sm. {anc.) a canopy. 
Dorso, sm the back. 
Dos, contract of de and os, of the. 

— corpos, of the bodies . 
Dose or Dosis, sf. dose. 
Dotação, sf. dotation, foundation, 

endowment. [dued. 

Dotado, a, pp. adj. endowed, en- 
Dotador, a, sm. or f. endower. 
Dotal, adj. 2 g. dotal, pertaining 

to a dower. 
Dotalicio, sm, jointure, dower, 

settlement. 
Dotar, va. to endow, to give a 

dowry or portion. [ture. 

Dote, sm. portion, dowry, join- 
Dotes, sm. pi. endowments. 
Douche, sf. shower-bath. l^omar 

banho de — , to be pumped. 
Doudo, a, s. and adj. V. Doido 

and derivated. . [vated. 

Dourar, va. V. Doirar and deri- 
Douro, sm. Douro, a river of 

Portugal. 
Dous, adj. numer. V. Dois. 
Doutamente, adv. learnedly.^ 
D'outiva. ado. loc. Fallar a^ou- 

tiva^ to talk at random. 
Douto, a, adj. learned. 
Doutor, sm. doctor. 
Doutora, sf. a woman that makcs 

shew of learning. [atetl. 

Doutorado, a, pp. adj. doctor- 
Doutoral, adj. doctoral. 
Doutoramento, sm. the act o£ 

giving the de^te,ei ol ^<ic\»it. 



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DUP 



Doutorando, sm he who is to 

take the degree of a docíor. 
Doutorar, vn. to doctorate, to 

make a doctor. Doutorar-se, vr. 

to take the degree of a doctor. 
Doutrina, sf. doctrine. 
Doutrinado, a, pp. adj. taught, 

instrncted. 
Doutrinador, sm. teacher. 
Doutrinal, aJj. 2 g. doctrinal 
Doutrinalmente , adv. doctri- 

nally. 
Doutrinante, sm. a priest •who 

teaches or instructs. 
Doutrinário, sm, doctrinist, doc- 

trinary. 
Doutrinavel, adj. 2 g. docile, 

apt to be instructed. 
Dozavo. sm a twelfth part. 
Doze, adj. numer card. twelve. 
Dozeno, a, adj. twelfth. 
Drachma, sf. drachm. 
Draga, sf. drag. 
Dragão, sm.dragon; [mil.) dra- 

gOOD. 

Dragoeira, sf. or Dragoeiro, 

sm. the dragon-trec. 
Dragomano, sm. drogman. 
Dragona, sf, epaulet, shoulder- 

Btiap. [rius. 

Dragonario, sm. {ant) dracona- 
Dragontea, sf. V. Serpentina. 
Dragontino, a, adj. belonging to 

the dragon. 
Drama, sm. drama. [tically. 

Dramaticamente, adv. drama- 
Dramatico, a, adj, dramatical, 

draniatic. 
Dramaturgo, sm. dramatist. 
Drástico, a, adj. and s. (tned.) 

drastic [liards. 

Driças, sf. pi. [a sea term) hal- 
Droga, sf. drug. Isto é — , this is 

not worth a pin. 
Drogaria, sf or Drogas, sf, pi. 

drugs. grocery-ware. 
Droguete, sm. drugget. 
Droguista, sm druggist. 
Dromedário, sm. dromedary. 
Druidas or Druides, sm. pi. 

druids. 
Druidico, a, adj. druidic. 
Druidismo, sm. drnidism. 
Druidiza, sf. druidess. 



Dryadas or Dryades, sf. pi, 

Dryades. 
Dusd, adj. dual. 

Dualidade, sf. duality ; division. 
Dualismo, sjh. dualism. 
Dualistico, a, adj. dualistic. 
Duas, adj. num. f. two. 
Dubiamente, adv. dubiously. 
Dubiedade, sf. donbtfulness. 
Dúbio, a, adj. doubtful, dubious» 
DubitaçSo, sf. dubitation. 
Dubitativamente , adv, da- 

biously. 
Dubitativo, a, adj. dubitativa- 
Dubitavel, adj. 2 g. doubtful. 
Ducado, sm. dukedom, duchy j 

ducat (coin). 
Ducal, adj. 2 g. ducal. 
Ducatão, sm. ducatooD. 
Dúctil, adj. 2 g. ductile, flexible. 
Ductilidade, sf. ductileness. 
Dueto, sm. duct, tube, canal. 
Ductor, 5m. {surg.) ductor, con- 

ductor. 
Duellista, sm. duellist, dueller. 
Duello, sm. duel. liater-se em — , 

to fight a duel. ffairy. 

Duendes, 5>'2. pi. goblins, gnosts, 
Duetto, sm. {mus.) duet. 
Duidade, sf. {anc.) companj, 

society of two. [ra. 

Duloamara, sf. (bot.) dnlcis-ama- 
Dulcificação, sf {cnem.) dulclfi- 

catíon. 
Dulcificado, a, pp. adj. dulcified. 
Dulciíicante, adj. 2 g. dulcifying. 
Dulcificar, va. (chem.) to dulcify. 
Dulcisono, a, adj. sonorous, me- 

lodious. 
Dulçor, sm. (aiic.) sweetness. 
Dunas orDunes, sf.pl. dcwns or 

sandy hills. 
Duo, sm. duet, duotto. 
Duodecagono, adj. dodecagon. 
Duodécimo, a, acÇ. the twelfth. 
Duodecuplo, a, adj. duodecuple. 
Duodenal, adj. 2 g. duodenal. 
Duodenario, a, adj. daodenary. 
Duodeno, sm. {anat.) duodenum. 
Duplex, adj. 2 g, {hturg.) double. 
Duplicação, sf duplication. 
Duplicadamente, adv. doubly. 
Duplicado, a, pp. adj. doubled^ 

duplicated. 



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ECL 



Daplioar, va. to duplicate, to 

double. 
Dnplicata, sf. duplicate. 
Buplice, adj. 2 g. double. 
Duplloidade, sf. duplicity. 
Duplo, a, adj. and s. double, twice . 
IHique. sm. duke. 
Duqueza, sf. duchess. 
IKira, sf. durability, lastingness. 
Durabilidade, sf. durability. 
Duração, sf. duration. [ing. 

Duradoiro, a, adj. durable, last- 
Dura-mater, sf. {anat.) dura- 

mater. [ly. 

Duramente, adv, hardly, sharp- 
Duraque, sm. lastin^s. 
Durante, prep, during. — , sm. 

durant or tammy. 
Durar^ vn. to dure, to last, to 

continue. 
Durável, adj. 2 g. durable. 
Durazio, a, cidj. hard, stiíF 

Mulher — a, a woman who is 

no more a young woman. 
Dureiro, a, adj. 2 g. costive. 
Dureza, sf. hardness, solidity. 
Duro, sm. dollar, Spanish money. 
Duro, a, adj. hard, cruel, niggard- 

ly ; harsh ; arduous , cruel , 

inhuman. Cabeça — a, a block- 

head. 
Duumviral, adj. 2 g. duumviral. 
Duumvirato, sm. duumvirate 
Duvida, sf. doubt, irresolution. 

Pôr em — , to question. Ter — s 

com alguém^ to dispute. 
Duvidado, a, pp. adj doubted. 
Duvidar, va. to doubt, to f ear» to 

suspect. — , vn. to be in uncer- 

tainty. [fully 

Duvidosamente , adv. doubt- 
Duvidoso, a, adj. donbtful, 

dubious. [hundred. 

Duzentos, as, adj num. pi. tvfo 
Dúzia, sf. dozen. 
D3rnamica, sf. dynamics. 
Dsmamometro, sm (pAyí.)dynar 

mometer. 
Dynasta, sm. prince, ruler. 
Dynastia, sf. dynasty. 
Dysenteria, sf. (med.) dysentery. 
Dysenterico, a, adj. dysenteric. 
Dyspepsia, if. {med.) dyspepsy. 
Dyspeptioo, a, adj. dyspeptic. 



Dyspnea, sf. {med.) dyspnaea. 
Dysuria, sf. {med.) dysury. 



E 



E, the flfth letter of the Portu- 

guese alphabet, and the second 

of the vowels. 
E, coni. and. 
Ebanisado, a, pp. adj. made 

black or tawny. 
Ebanisar, va. to ebonize. 
Ebanista, sm. ebonist. 
Ébano, sm. ebony, ebon. 
Ebriativo, a, adj. that causes 

ebriety. [ness. 

Ebriedade, sf. ebriety, drunken- 
Ebrifestivo, a, adi. cheerful. 
Ébrio, a, adj. drunk, intoxicated. 
Ebrioso, a, adj, drunken, tipsy. 
Ebullição, sf. ebuUition. 
Ebulo, sm, ifiot.) ebulus. V. En- 

gos. 
Ebúrneo, a, adj. made of ivory. 
Eça, sf. a cenotaph. 
Ecchymose, sf. {med) ecchy- 

mosis. [siastes. 

Ecclesiafltes, mi. {theol.) eccle- 
EcclesiastloanMnte, adv. eccle- 

siastically. [tical. 

Ecclesiaauoo, a. adi ecclesias- 
Ecco, sm. echo ; (myth.) Echo. 
Eccoioo, a, adj. pertaining to 

the verses in which the last 

word is repeated. 
Ecetera, sm. et csetera. 
Ecbadiço, a, adj false, spread 

abroad. 
Echalotas, «/l p^ shallots. 
Echo, sm. V. Èceo. 
Eclampsia, sf. {med.\ eclampsj. 
Eclectioo, a, adj. eclectic 
Eclectismo, sm. eclectism. 
Eclipsado, a, pp. adj, echpsed ; 

(^^.) darkened. [darken. 

Eclipsar, va. to eclipse ; {Jíg.) to 
Eclipsavel, adj. 2 g. that may be 

ecfipsed. 
Eclipse, sm, eclipse. 
EolipUca^ sf. Qâ!vç>i<^. 
EcUptioo, a, adj. ôC^:Ye.^:vi- 



EDU 



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EFF 



Écloga, sf. ecloçue. 
Eclusa, sf. V. Dique 
Economia, sf. economy, dispen- 

sation, regulation. 
Económica, sf. economics, eco- 
nomy. [mically. 
Economicamente, adv. econo- 
Economico, a, adj. economical, 

economic. [economized. 

Economisado. a. pp. adj. spared, 
Economisador, a, sm. or /. he 

or she who economizes. 
Economisar, va to economize, 

to save. 
Economista, sm. economist. 
Ecónomo, sm. house-keeper. 

steward. [torture. 

Ecúleo, sm. an instrument of 
Ecumenicamente. adv, in an 

ecumenical nianncr. 
Ecumenicidade, sf. the quality 

of heiníáp ecumcnic. 
Ecuménico, a, adj. ecumenical, 

ecumenic. 
Edade, sf. age. 
Edaz. adj. -1 g. (poeí.) voracious. 

{<luttonous. 
Edema, sm oedema. 
Edematoso, a, adj, {surg.) ccuc- 

matous. 
Éden, sm. Éden. 
Edição, sf. edition. 
Edificação, sf. edifícation. 
Edificado, a, pp, adj, built, 

erected. 
Edificador, a, sm. or f. builder. 
Edificamento, sm. buiidinç. 
Edificante, adj. 2 g. ediíying, 

exemplary. 
Edificar, ia. to build, to erect ; 

to edify, to improve. 
Edificativo, a, adj. edifying. 
Edifício, sm. an ediíice. 
Edil. sm. an edile. 
Edilidade, sf. edileship. 
Edital, sm. the paper wherein 

an edict or proclamation is 

•written. 
Edito, sm. edict, proclamation. 
Editor, a, sm. or f. editor, pu- 

blisher. [struction. 

Educação, sf. education, in- 
Educado, a, pp. adj. educated, 

instructed. 



I Educador, a, sm. or f. edacator. 
Educanda, sf. a she-scholar or 

disciple. 
Educando, sm. pupil, scholar. 
Educar, va. to educate , to breed. 
Educçâo, sf. eduction. 
Edulcoração, sf. {chem.) edul- 

coration. [ated. 

Edulcorado, a, pp. adj. edulcor- 
Edulcorar, va. to edulcorate. 
Eduzir, va. to educe. 
Effectivamente, ado. effectually. 
Effectivel, adj, :> g. effectible, 

performable 
Effectivo. a, adj. effective. 
Effectuação , sf. elfectuation , 

eíFecting. [performed, 

Effectuado, a, pp. adj. effected, 
Effectuar, va. to elfect, to per- 

forni, to effectuate. 
Effectuoso, a, adj. eíTective. 
Effeito, sm. elfect, deed, resultv 

Com — , really. 
Effeituação, sf. Effeituar, va. 

and derivated. V« Effectuar. 

Effeminação, sf» eflfeminacy. 

Effeminadamente, ado. eíiemi- 

! nately. [nated. 

j Z:ífeminado, a, pp. adj. effemi- 

Effeminar, va. to eífeminate. 

Effeminar-se, vr. to grow eflfe- 

mmated. 
Efferado, a, adj. efferous. 
Effervescencia , sf. efferves- 

cence. 
Effervescer, vn. to eífervesce. 
Efficacia, sf. efficacy. 
Efficaz, adj.2g. efíicacious. 
Efficazmente, Wu. efâcaciousl^-. 
Efficiencia, sf. efficience, efii- 

ciency. 
Efficiente, adj.2g. efâcient. 
Efficientemente, adv. efâcient* 

Effigiado, a, pp. adj. efíi^iated. 
Effigiar, va. to effigiate, to image. 
Effigie, sf. efíigy. [cence. 

Efflorescencia. sf. {bot.) efflores- 
Etflorescente, adj. 2 g. efdores- 

cent. [resce. 

Efflorescer, vn. {chem.) to efflo- 
Effluencla, sf. (phys.) eflfluence. 
Effluvios, stn.pt. emuvia ; odour, 

smell. 



■fa 



ELA 



— 325 — 



ELE 



Effugio, sm. sabterfuse, evasion. 
Eff andir, va. to shed, to effund. 
Effasão, sf. eífusion. 
Egagropilas, sf. pi. hair-balls. 
Égide, sf. (mytn.) aegis, {fig.) 

shield, buckler. 
Egoa, sf. maré. V. Égua. 
Egoisxnar, vn. to egotize^ to be 

egoist. [ness. 

Egoísmo t sm. egotism, selfísh- 
Egoistef sm. egotist, a selíish 

person. [\y. 

Egregiaxnente, adv. egregious- 
Egregio, a, adj. egregious, noble, 

excellent. 
Egreja, sf. church. 
Egressão, sf. egression. 
EgrOf a, adj. sick, ill; sharp, 

hard. [tian. 

Egypciaco, a, adj. and s. Eçyp- 
Egypcio, a, adj. and s. Egyptian 
Eia I interj. come on ! cheer up ! 
Ei-la and Ei-las, adv. Y. Eis. 
Ei-lo and Ei-los, adv. V. Eis, 
Eira, sf. a threshing-iloor. 
Eirado, sm. the leaos of a house, 

a terrace. 
Eis, a£Ív. demonst. behold, here is, 

this is, here are, these are. Ei- 

lOj there he is. Ei-los^ there 

they are. Ei-la ^ there she is 

EiríaSy there they are. 
Eito, sm. A —y continually. 
Eiva, sf. defect, crack ; (Jig.) fault, 

spot. [flawed 

Eivado, a, pp. adj. cracked, 
Eivar-se, vr. to crack, to chap, 

to get a flaw. 
Eixo, sm. axle, axle tree oí a 

•wheel, axis. 
Ejaculação, sf. ejaculation. 
Ejaculado, a, pp. adj. ejaculated. 
Ejaculador, a, adj. and s. eja- 

culator. 
Ejacular, va. to ejaculate. 
EJaculatorio, a, adj, (anat.) eja- 

culatory. 
EjecçSo, sf. ejection. 
Zu, this Spanish article is used 

only beiore the word reiy in- 

stead of the Portag'uese article 

a, tbe. V. El-rei. 
JgíAawifâo, sf. elaboration. 
•EWwao^a.;^. adj, elaborated. 



Elaborar, va. to elaborate. 
Elasterio, sm. elasticity 
Elasticidade, sf. elasticity. 
Elástico, a, adj. elastic, eiastical. 
Elaterio, sm. elatery. elasticity. 
Elche, sm. V. Beneoado. 
Eleboraster, sm, the black hel- 

lebore. 
Electivamente, adv. electively. 
Electivo, a, adj. electivo. 
Electo, a, adj elected. 
Electricaxuente, adv. electri- 

cally. 
Electricidade, sf. electricity 
Electricismo, sm. the system of 

electricity. 
Eléctrico, a, adi. electrical. 
Electrisação, sf. electrization. 
Electrisado, a, adj. electrifled. 
Electrisavel, adj. 2 g. electri- 

fiable. 
Electrisar. va. to electrify. 
Electriz, sf. an eleetoress. 
Electro, sm. electron, yellow 

amber. [trometer. 

Electrometro, sm. (pnys.) elec- 
Electuario, sm. {pharm.) elec* 

tuary. 
Elegância, sf. elegancy. 
Elegante, aaj. i g. elegant. 
Elegantemente, adv. elegantly. 
Eleger, va. to elect, to choose. 
Elegia, sf. elegy. 
Elegíaco, a. aaj. ele^iac 
Elegibilidade, sf. eligibility. 
Elegível, adj. 2 g. eligible. 
Eleição, sf. election, choice 
Eleito, a, pp. irreg. of Eleger 

and adj. elected, elect. 
Eleitor, a, sm. or f. elector, elee- 
toress. 
Eleitorado, sm. electorship. 
Eleitoral, adj. 2 g. electoral. 
Elemental, adj, 2 g. elemental, 

elementaryr. 
Elementar, adj. 2 a, elementary. 
Elementario, a, adj. elementary. 
Elemento, sm. element. 
Elenco, «m index, a soçhú^^AL 

argumenX. Njlvasà». 

ElepliaiiO\a, sf. Vjncd.^ ^\e.^V«a.- 
ElephaxioVaLCo , «l% adj . \i^<ywps^^ 

Ito e\ep\iaiiXÀa»v»- 



Elepliaiitico. a. adj. eiephiui- 



, a. adj. elepluji- 
, a. mi;. eUpliaii- 



Elepbaittlnc 

Elevação, i/. elevatíon, rúe, 

Elevadamento, adv. vUh «n 

elaTsWò majinef. 
Elevadlço. &, aJj. tbst lOBy be 

a, pp. adj. eUvaCad, 



t £ííaí, 
it. EUes. 



mie. proFi. «. he, 
ESleborlnlia, if. n 



ElUpBodlco, a, adj. [irialh.) «lljp 

EUipsoide. *. ellipsoid. 
EUlptioJdade, i/'. ellipticslneas 
EUllbtioa. a, adj. {geom.) elliptie 

t!Uo, tm. ic. V. iíU« and /i». 

Elmo. Jin. helmel 

Slo, mi (4aí.) lha tandril of I 

■viae ling oí a ch«ÍQ. 
EloonoÍD, i/l elacalian. 
Eloecidro, sm. [bot.) roBa-tree 



Elogiado, a, fia, ui/j. eoloaizad. 

pry,v'.l, iKyriBi, BuiogiM, 

tíoBjador, a, .™. or f- pPo-e- 

Biogiar. ea. to pmiBe, io eulo- - 

gixe. \ 

JRogio, <m. stJogy, praUe. VI 

"oSga^tSo, if. (otcr.) ^*B*tt«k \ 



Eloquente. U'íj. i 9- elo' 



Eluoubração. (/. "Incubcation. 
Eludir. »a. xo íI.^J^. lo waíve. 
ElyseoB Ar £lrBias. «n. vf. 
^^^ylh.) lin.vaium. Klysiiui fieldã. 
£□3. pref, iii.M; lo, iulo — ehua, 

do*D.* & moií — Biflíí. nraro 
Bnd more. — qamUo. tUJc. 



emancipado, a. > 
Emanoipar. tu. tu 



Embaolado.a. 



, (aflric.)toplant 
:p. adj. deodened; 



Embaido. a, j^. adj. coaxsd, 
Embaldõr, a, im. oi /. deceiTer. 



, a. ;ip.ai6'. sheídb. 



EMB 



— 827 — 



EMB 



Embaixador, sm. axnbassador ; 

ififf' fani.) mesBenger. 
Embaixatriz and Embaixa- 
dora, sf. ambassadress. 
Embalado, a, pp. adi. rocked, 

lulled; ifig.) amused; packed 

up. 
Embalador, a, sm. or /. rocker. 
Embalançado , a , pp. adj. 

weighed with a balance. 
Em balançar, va. to swing, to 

shake to and fro. EmJbalançar- 

se, m: to swing. 
Embalar, va. tu lull asleep, to 

rock. — um menino., to rock a 

child. 
Embalde, <idv. loe. in vain. 
Embalo, sm. the act of rocking. 
Embalfiamado, a, pp. udj. em- 

balmed. 
Embalsamador, sm. eonbalmer. 
Embalsamar, va. to embalia. 
Embalsamento, sm. embalmlnçr. 
Embandeirado, a, pp, adj. 

adorned with flags. 
Embandeirar, va. to adorn with 

flags. [catÀk}'. 

Embaraçadamente, adv. intri- 
Embaraçado, a, pp. adj. embar- 

rassed, encumbered. 
Embaraçador, a, sm. or f. he or 

she who embarrasses. 
Embaraçar, va. to embanrass, 

to encumber. 
Embaraço, sm. embarrassment, 

incumberance. 
Embaraçoso, a, adj. trouble- 

some. 
Embaralbado, a, pp. adj, min- 

gled, confounded. 
Embaralbar, va. — as caries., 

to shufíle cards ; {fig.) to xoingle, 

to confound. 
Emharbascar, vn. to stiek in the 

ground, to stumble or trip. 
Embarcação, sf. embarkation. 
Embarcadiço, a, adj. and s. sea 

man, that is accustomed to em- 

bark. [barked. 

Embarcado, a, pp. culj. em- 
Embaroadoiro, sm. small port 
^or hight on the sea-coast. 

glPi gMB i o aniffnto , aiiu ambarka- 

tion. 



E^nbarcar, va. to embark, to 

ship. EvÃarcttr-ae^ vr. to go 

aboard ship. — sem biscoutOy 

to undertake a thing rashly. 
Embargado, a, pp. adi. that has 

an «nbargo, arrested. 
Embargador, sm, he who lays 

an embargo. 
Embargante, adj. 2 g. and si. 

one who brings an èxception 

at law, he who stops progress. 
Embargar, va. to lay au embargo, 

to arrest. 
Embargavel, adj. i g. that may 

have an embargo. 
Embargo, sm. embargo, objec- 

tion. Sem — , nevertheless, not- 

withstanding. Embargos., sm.pl. 

an exception at law. 
Embarque, sm. embarking, em- 
barkation. 
Embarrado, a, pp. adj. daubed 

with clay. 
Embarrancado, a, pp. adj. em- 

barrassed. 
Embarrancar, vn. to hesitato, 

to doubt, to be embarrassed. 
Embarrar, va. to daub with claj. 
Embarrelado, a, pp. adj. lie- 

washed. 
Embarrelar, va. to wash in lie. 
Embarrioado, a, pp. adj. that is 

put in a cask. 
Embarricar, va. to put in a cask. 
Embarrilado, a, pp. adj, bar- 

relled. 
Embarrilar, va. to barrei. 
Embasbacado, a.,pp. adj. astou- 

ished. 
Embasbacar, vn. to gaze like a 

fool, to be astonishea. 
Embastar, va. to quilt. 
Embastecer, va. to thickea, to 

make thick. 
Embasteoido, a, í^. adj. thick- 

ened. 
Embate, sm. knocking, beating 

against a thing, shock. 
Embaucador, sfn. deceiver^ kid- 
I napper, \Osijetó.- 

\Eiiibaacar, -oa. t.^ ^^Y?^"*^- 



EMB 



— 3Í8 - 



EMB 



fuddled, to inebriate. Embebe- 

dar-se^ vr. to get drunk. 
Exnbeber, va, to imbibe^ to soak. 
Exnbeberado, a, pp.aJj. v^atered, 

drunk ; {fig ) consuiued. 
Embeberar-se, vr. to imbibe bj 

Utígrees. 
Embebido, a, pp. adj. imbibed, 

soaked ; {fig.) ravished. 
Exnbelecar, va. to cheat, to de- 

ceive, to illude. 
Exubeleco, sm. fraud, deceit, im- 

position. [beautify. 

Embellecer, va. to embellish, to 
Embellecido, a, pp. adj. embel- 

lished, adorned. 
Exnbellezado, a, pp. adj. ravi- 
shed, charmed. 
Embellezaxnento, sm. rapture, 

transport. 
Embellezar, va. to charm, to 

adorn, to attract. Embellezar-se^ 

vr. to be wrapt up in admira- 

tion. [port. 

Exnbellezo, sm. rapture, trans- 
ExnbespinbLar - se , vr. to be 

angry. 
Embéstado, a, adj. prepared for 

íiçht. 
Enòbetesgar, va. to drive one 

into a narrovr lane. 
Embevecer, va. to charm, to 

ravish. [ii^g* 

Embezerrado, a, pp. adi. frown- 
Embezerrar-se, vr. to rrown. 
Embicar, vn. to stumble. — va. 

— o chapéo^ to cock the hat. 
Embigo, sm. navel. 
Embiooar-se, vr. to hide the 

face. 
Embirrado, a, /ip. adj. obstinate. 
Embirrante, s. and adj, 1 g, -an 

obstinate person. 
Embirrar, va. and n. to be oba> 

tinate. 
Embiscar, vn. to make signa 

with the eyes. 
Emblema, sf. emblem. 
Emblemar, va. to emblem. 
Emblematicamente, adv. em- 

blematically. fticai. 

EmblemAUco^ a, adj. emblema- 
EwboooaduraL^ sf. the mouth ot 
psuaage into a place. 



Emboccar, va. to get into the 

mouth of a passagc. 
Emboçar, va. to iay on the íirst 

plaster on a wall. 
Emboço, sm. the lirst plaster or 

parget. 
Embolar, va. to put balis on the 

horns of oxen. 
Emboldrear-se, vr. to foul one*s 

self. V. Siiiar-se. 
E ubolifonal, adj. 2 g. embolis- 

itiul, embolismic. 
Embolismo, sm. embolism. 
Embolsado, a, pp adj. pursed 

up, reimbursed. 
Exnbolsar, va. to put into a 

purse, to reimburse, to pa^. 
EsEibolso, sm. the putting or mo- 

ney in a purse, reimbursement, 

recovery of a debt. 
Embonado, a, pp. adj. doubled. 
Embonar, va. (a sea term) to 

double, to add some planks to 

the bilge of a ship. 
Embonecado, a, ph. adj. adorned 

'with too much anectedness. 
Embonecar, va. to adorn too 
much. Emòonecar-se, vr. to trick 

one's self out (as women). 
Embono, sm. doublmg, adding 

some planks to a ship. 
Emboque, sm. plaving the bali 

at biUiards into the port. 
Embora, adv. be it so, let it be 

80. Vai-te — , go away. — , seja 

como queres^ let it be as you 

will; prosperously , in good 

time. 
Emborcação, sf. embrocation. 
Emborcado, a, pp. adj. whelmed. 
Emborcar, va to whelm. 
Embomal, sm. a kind of bag for 

the horse eating barley. 
Embomaes, sm. pi. (a sea term) 

the scupper holes in a ship. 
Emborrachado, a, pp. adj, fud- 
dled. 
Emborrachar, va. to fuddle. 

Emborrachar-se^ vr. to fiiddle 

one's self. 
Emborralhado, a, pp. adj, co» 

Eacn!borrQ3l!kkax% ^Oi« \a civ<««t '^iSíúdl 



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Emborrar, va to give the íirst 

carding to the wool. 
Emboscada, sf. ambuscade, am- 

bush. [caded. 

Emboscado, a, pp» adj. ambus- 
Emboscar, va. to ambuscade. 

Emboscar-se, vr. to lay in am- 

bush. 
Embostado, a, pp, adj. daubed 

with cow dung. 
Embostar, va. to daub, to soil 

with cow dung. 
Embostellar, va. to fill, to cover 

with pushes, bhsters. 
Embotadeiras , sf, pi. knee- 

pieces. [dull. 

Embotado, a, pp. adj. blunted, 
Embotadura , sf. or Embota- 

xaento, sm. blunting, dulluess. 

— do entendimento ^ stupidity. 
Embotar, va. to dull, to olunt. 
Embotelbar, va. to bottle 
Embraçadeira, sf. the hold of a 

shield. [the arm. 

Embraçado, a, pp. adj. fixed to 
Embraçar, va. — o escudo, to fix 

the buckler to the arm. 
Embrandecer, va. to softeu, to 

loosen. — , vn. to grow soft. 
Embrandecido, a, pp. adj. made 

soft; {fig.) softened. 
Embranquecer, va . to whiten, to 

make white. — , »». to grow 

white. 
Embravecer, va. to enrage. 
Embravecido, b.^ pp. etaj. en- 

raged. [rage. 

Embravecimento , sm. fury, 
Embreado, a, pp. adj. pitched, 

tarred. 
Embrear, va. to pitch, to tar. 
Embrechado. a, pp.adj. adorn- 

ed with rock-work Émbrecha- 

dos, sm.pl little stones for a 

grotto. 
Embrechar, va to adorn with 

IJttIc stones 
Embrenhado, a, pp, adj. hidden 

mto the rocks- 
Embrenhar, va to hide into the 

briars or rocks. Embrenhar-se, 

vr. to bidé one'8 self into the 

rocks. fenthusiam. 

£mlulagadamexita, adv. vriih 



Embriagado, a, pp. adj. drank; 

i/ig.) intoxicatea. 
Einbriagante, adj. %g. that fud- 

dles, intoxicating. 
Embriagar, va. to make drunk; 

to intoxicate, to transport. 
Embriaguez, sf. drunkenness. 
Embridado. a, pp. adj. bridled ; 

{fia ) proud. 
Exnbridar, va. to bridle. — , vn. 

and Embridar-se, vr to lift up 

the head (horse) ; {fig.) to grow 

haughty. [fusion. 

Embrulhada, sf, mixture; con- 
Embrulhado, a, pp. adj. in- 

volved, wrapped up. 
Embrulhador, a, sm. or f. cheat- 

er, disturber 
Embrulhamento, sm. náusea. 
Embrulhar, va. to wrap up ; to 

intricate, to perplex. Embru- 

Ihar-sey vr. to be perplexed. — o 

estômago, to feel náusea, to be 

ready to vomit. 
Embrulho, sm. packet, parcel, 

bundle. [ed. 

Embruscado, a, pp. adj. darken- 
Embruscar, vn. or Embruscar- 

se, vr. to grow dark, cloudy; 

{fig») to be sad. 
Exnbrutecer, va. to make one 

brutish. Embrutecer- «e, vr. to 

become stupid. 
Embrutecido, a, pp adj. bruti- 

âed, stupilled. [ness. 

Embrutecimento, sm. brutish- 
Embruxado, a, pp. adj. be- 

witched. 
Embruxar, va . to bewitch. 
Embryão, sm. embryo. 
Embriographia , sf. embryo- 

graphy. 
Embriologia, sf. embryolo^y. 
Embuçadamente, adv. dissem- 

blingly. kip. 

Embuçado, a, pp. adj mumed 
Embuçar, va. to cover the face 

with a cloak; {fig.) to conceal. 
Embuchado, a, pp adj. full fed ; 

(/Ç.<y.) tired. ■ VVfs^ "^^ '^^'^ 

£mbuc\iax^ »a. \ç> ^\\^v> ^^^v\>n» > 

, £mbu<}0. sm. «w mw^^^i. ^^^ 

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Embarrar, >:n. to be obutínate. 
Exnbarrícar. t;«r. to make an &£■& 



cf orjA. 



Emigrante, s. &L'Í c?'/- ^ ff- 

Exnigrar. ra. to 'r.iisraTe. 
Eminência, v^. en.::.encv. (/E^.) 

disTíncTios: T':le ezcinenee. 
Eminente, 'i^*. = c- eminent. 
Eminentemente. í7r'r. emineat- 



Iv. 



Emir. oTi. emir. 



Embuste, tm artiâce. ch^a:. 

Mraia;r*rrfi , trick, an impo«!- 

tíon. ^ 'ceireã. 

Embosteado. a. ;>p. a<f;. d»- 
EmbusLear. »■</. to decíive, to 

Embusteiro, a. «m.or/l a Ijín? Emissão, a/", emission. 

pratint.' p^í.-so.T : an hypocrite. Emissário. í/:-!. eniissary. 
Embutideira . j/. 'çôOhmttkj a Emissário, a. <7'/;. ^xpu'.sed. 

piec^i of rn';tal for makin^ ira- ; Emittido. a. pp. alj. emit:»-!. 

Víss^id hntto.ns. i Emittir. va. to emit. 

Embutideira, </l the act of in- ; Emmadeiramento. xm the act 



laviníf. \nlfíy 
Embutido, a, 7>p. adf. inlaid, 

incnistfiteà. 
Embntidor, Tm. inlayer. 
Embutir, va. to inlay wood or 

stoní». ' [tíoD. 

Emenda, ^f. amondment, correc- 
Emendadamente. adv. correct- 

\y. ícorrected. 

Emendado, a. pp. adj. correct, 
Emendador. a. *m. or f. cor- 

rflctor; aincndor. [rect. 

Emendsir, va. to amend, to cor- 
Emendavel, adj. aincndablo. 
Ementa, xf. a sort jf memoran- 

duni-book. [ed. 

Ementado, a, pp. adj mention- 
Emontar, va. to rnention, to 

note. [book. 

Ementário , -vm. memorandum- 
Emergência, sf. emor^ence. 
Emergente, adj. 2 g. cmert^ent. 
Emorger. vn to happeD. 
Jilmergido, a, pp. anj. emerçed. 
Emergir, na. fo emerge. 
Emérito, a. adj. omcnted, worthy 

of eslftem. 
Emersão, sf. emernion. 



i'u t:mber 

tr. IO piank, tn 



ot coverinj- v 
Enmaadeirar , 

tímber. 
Emmadeízado. a. pp. adj. made 

in sk<íins of thread. 
Emntadeizar. ra to make skeim 

of thread. 
Emmagrecer. ra. to emaciate. 

— . vn. and Emmafjrccer^e, vr. 

to írrow thin. 
Enmíagrecido. a, pp. adj. made 

lean. emaciared. [tion. 

Emmagrecimento. sm* emacia- 
Emmalhar, va. to weave, to 

make nets ; to cover with mail 

or armour. 
Emmalhetar. va. to enchase. 
Emmanquecer, vn. to groT? 

lame. [with us). 

Emmanuel, sm. Emmanuel (God 
Emmarado, a. pp. adj. {a aea 

temi) that goes far oflf from the 

land. [tangled. 

Emmaranhado, a. pp. adj. en- 
Emmaranhamento, sm. entan- 

glement. [to embarrass. 

Emmaranliar, rn.' to entan^le, 
Emmarar, vn. and Emmarar- 



Emetico, a, adj. and s. emetie; | se, vr. to be entangled. 



ometíc.nl. 
Emetina. nf. emctin. 
Emetlsado, a, pp. adf. mixed 

with an einetic. [emetie. 

Emetlsar, va. to mix -with an 
Emfim, adn. in íine, íinallj, at 

len^bt. at last. 
Emigração, xf. emlCTation. 
-Eoiigrado, a, pp. adj. emitçrated, 
emitam ni.. 






Emmareado, a, pp. adj. oormpt 
at sea. [yellow. 

Emmarellecer , vn. to nt)w 

Emmaatreado, a, pp. adj. ntted 
with masts. 

Enunastrear, va. {a sea term) to 
fit a ship with masts. 

EmxB!ed.a.do, ^^ pp. ad^. y^clíí. 

COTtV\Iit.O •cVciNsÃ. 



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Smmelar, va, to sweeten with 

honey. 
Enuneninecer , vn. to become 

childish. 
Emmentes, ado whilst. 
Emmentres, ado. in the mean 

time. 
Eminoldurar, va. to frame. 
Emmordaçar, f;a. togag; {fig.) 

to make silent. 
Exmnoetado, a, pp. adj. vret, 

moist with must. 
Exumostar, va. to sweeten with 

must. [ — , va. to deaf 

Ezmnouqaocer, vn. to grow deaf. 
Emxnudecer, vti. to be silent 

— , va. to silence. 
Emóandeoido, a, pp. adj. silent, 

that is silent. 
Exnintirchecer, va. to wither. — 

vn. and vr. to fade. 
Emnottar, vn. and vr. to darken 

or grow dark. 
Emoção, sf. emoTion. 
EmoUeoldo, a, pp. adj. inollí- 

Aed. 
ExnolllçSo, sf. emoUition. 
Emollienta, adj. 2 ff. emollient. 
Emollir, va. {med.) to moUify. 
Emolumento, sm. emolument. 
Empa, sf. the proppinç of vines. 
Empachado, a, pp. adj. obstruct- 

ed i overloaded, encumbered. 
Smpachamento , sm. overload, 

encumbrance. — do estômago, 

surfeit, crop-sick. 
Emiiaotaíar, va. to overload, to 

encamber. — o estômago, to 

surfeit. 
Empacho , sm. encumbrance , 

curaber, embarrassment. 
Empachoso, a, adj. that ob- 

struets. 
Empacotamento, sm. packing. 
Empacotar, va. to pack, Uy pack 

up. 
Empada, sf. pie of meat or íish. 
Empadesar, va. to arm with a 

shield. [propped. 

Empado, a, pp. adj. that is 
Empadroar, va. to register, to 

record. 
^apalação, sf. empaloment. 
■>a w p «rf ado> a> pp, adj. empaled. 



Empalamado, a, adj covered 

with sores. 
Empalar, va. to cmpale. 
Empalhação, sf. delay ; stufAng. 
Empalhar, va. to pack any thin^ 

with straw ; to defer. 
Empalheirar, va. to put tho 

straw into the barn. 
Empallidecer, vn. to ^ow pale. 
Empalmado, a, 2>p. adj. palmed, 

concealed in tne palm of tho 

hand. 
Empalmar, va. to palm, to con- 

ceal in the palm of the hand. 
Empampanar-se, vr. to be co- 
vered with vine-leaves. 
Empanada , sf. sash-window 

made of iinen or paper. 
Empanadilha, sf. a little pie. 
Empanamento, sm. tarniMhinp:, 

dimness. [dim. 

Empanar, va. to tarnish, to 
£mpandeirar-se, vr. to swcll. 
Empandilhar, va. to cheat, lo 

steal one in a plot. 
Empandinado, a, adj. let loosc, 

opened. 
Empannar , va. to cover , to 

wrap into a cloth. 
Empantanado, a,pp af//.bo^íçy, 

swarapy. [self into a bof^. 

Empantanar-se, vr. to put one*s 
£mpantufar-se, vr. to to put on 

one's slippers. 
Empanturrado, a, pp. adj. stut- 

fed, crammed with meat. 
Empanturrar-se, vr. to cat 

one'8 bftlly full. 
Empanzinado, a, pp. aAj. hav- 

injç the belly full. 
Empanzinar, va. to eram, to 

stuff with meat. [soalced. 

Empapado, a, pp. adj. imbibed. 
Empapar, va. to soak 
Empapelado, a,pp. adj. wrapped 

in a paper. [per- 

Empap^ar, va. to wrap in par 
Empar, 7)0. to prop a vine. 
Emparaisar, va. to imparadize. 
Emparedado, a, pp adj. that is 
shut uç bôV«ftei^ -^«J^s. 

sure. ^^TT^^fS4 




~ ipedrado. 
ipedi'3doF 






• m. a paVor 



" Stífi.i'"'* 
. Empegado. a. pp. adj. ploníed 



Empelorado, i 

dnpaiorar. ua 

sílf w:r 
Empollai 

Empellamar. o 

Empslllcado, a. ;i;, a(íj' «aclosed 



1, CLt PP' <1^J- pot 



eslher 



r Blov^ 



Empena, .!. \. Empeno. 
Empenado, a> n*- <>'('• Ixut, 

EmpenaTt irn. to mrp, to bend. 
Empenba, ai, a vamp, lhe npur 
IsathecofiahoB. [ortly. 

Empenhado, a, np. siJr- pavned. 

pJsdged -. rull uf dubu. 
Empen bamanto, ini. paTolag. 
Empenhar, na. lo pswn, to lay; 

to plifd^e; to poraunde. to en- 



Em pedem Boor, vo. (/í;fc,) lg pe- íbç, moriíragiiig. 

Inf, Empenhorar. «a. to çawn, to 

EmpedBraido.»,pp adi mme4\ monsoge. ^fft- 

ifMBtnne, (/íff.jiaamMít. \Emperm»An.»,íií. «*l-«*aMn> 



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Empennar, va. to feather. — , vn. 

and vr. to be iiedg^d, 
Empeno, sm. curvityf bend, 

warping. [stiff. 

Exnpepinado, a, adj. strong, 
Empequetado, a, adi. chequered. 
Emperador, sm. V. Imperador 

and derivated. 
Exnperlado, a, pp. adj. pearled. 
Exnperlar, va. to pearl. 
Exnperradamente , adv. obsti- 

nately, stubborniy. 
Emperrado, a, pp. adj. that is 

hard for opening (adoor); {fig.) 

stubborn. [stubbornness. 

Emperramento, sm. obstinacy. 
Emperrar, va. to inake hard for 

opening and shutting (a door). 

Èmperrar-se, vr. to grow obs- 

tinate. [necked. 

Empertigado, a, pp. adj. stifiT- 
Empertigar, va. to stiffen. Em- 

pertigar-se, vr. to grow stiff. 
Empesgadura, sf. the act of 

pitching. 
Empesgar, va. to pitch. 
Empestado, a, pp. adj. infected. 
Empestar, va. to infect. 
Empezado, a, pp. adj. covered 

"with pitch. 
Empezar, va. to cover with 

pitch j to preserve from corrup- 

tion. 
Empezinhado, a, adj. pitched. 
Emphase or EmphaGds, sm. 

emphasis. [tically. 

Emphaticaxnente, adv. empha- 
Emphatioo, a, adj, emphatic, 

emphatical. 
Empnyteusis, sm. a long or 

perpetuai lease for a modical 

rent. 
Emph3rteata. sm. or f. one -who 

rents land from another, on a 

long or perpetuai lease. 
Em.pn3rteuticado , a, pp. adj, 

given by long lease. 
Emph3rteuticar, va. to give land 

on a long or perpetuai lease. 
Emphyteutico, a, adj. emphy- 

teutic. 
Empiootar, va. to plllory. 
Bmidgem, sf. ring-worm, tetter. 

y,Jmpigem, 






Empilhado, a, pp. adj. piled up, 

heaped up. 
Empilhamento, sm. piling up. 
Empilhar, va. to pile, to heap up. 
Empinado, a, pp. adj. raised, 

craggy. 
Empinar, va. to rai3e, to lift up. 

Empinar-se, vr, to prance. 
Empino, sm. the act of lifting 

or raising up. [call^. 

Empiricamente , adv, empiri- 
Empirico, a, adj. empiric^ em- 

pirical. 
Empirismo, sm. empiricism. 
Empiscar, va. to wink. 
Emplastação, sf. {pharm.) pias- 

tering. [viscous. 

Emplastioo, a, adj. emplastic, 
Emplastrado, a, j^. adj. plas- 

tered. 
Emplastrar, va. to plaster. 
Emplastro or Emplasto, sm. a 

plaster. [ed. 

Emplumado, a, pp. adj feather- 
Emplumar, va. to feather. 
Empoado, a, j^. adj. fuU of 

dust, dusty. 
Empoamento, stn. powderíng. 
Empoar, va. to dust, to power. 
Empobrecer, va. to impoverish. 
Empobrecido, a, pp. adj. impo- 

verished. [rishment. 

Empobrecimento, sm impove- 
Empocado, a, pp. adj. sunk in 

a well, bemirea, stuck in the 

mire. 
Empoçar, va. to put or sink in a 

well, to bemire. — , vn. and Em- 

poçar-se, vr. to form plashas or 

puddles of water. 
Empoderar, va. to empower. 
Empoeirado, a, pp, adj. dusted. 
Empoeirar, va. to dust . 
Empola, sf. blister , bubble. 
Empolado, a, pp adi, s-wollen, 

Euffed, blistered. Éstylo — , a 
igh-âown style. 
Empolar, vn. to bubble, to rise in 

bhsters, {fig ) to make proud. 
Empoleirado, a, pp,adj. per eh- 
ed. 

on «>. Toost. E'nvpolcvraT-&en w . "vj 



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£jDat|>^£.{iers(7 ir. xiu '.usurpe, iv ; 

Emf^^ •• ■' . JfyM. ' \ 

F.r*-f^j!'^-« 'Tiiei ■'.. '.: íouL '.-. ' 

ív . /;/! y.—'.u.'<Âtr-í.t. vr. vj ÍvJu 

EBQI^reUoo a. í^J. «ssuyomí*::, 

j^vrv. .".4 ■-., 

;.•,'. .:. ;. ..-í «ri: t. ■..'.. 

Empo«ta. tf. if/.fK/kt: uiv tlÚB^ír 

Empot/ado. a, />^. «tfjf. }^rá*m- \ 
Empotrar. '.a. t^^ )rr»>« bstrá. 
BmpnmUu . vn. 'w líty on a 

Bmi^raxamiOnto. »m. •iimrri//a« ; 

t>iíí U/fj'J by 'i/hi':lt ]íiii«J» ar<: l^jt 

Empraxar: vi. t/# hUDumon . vi 

aii%i}(ri. --« /v/f/sr, t<> J>*!fi,t buciíiís, 
Ui h<iM-o'iii<l Ui^í i/arri<; 
Bmpr^guáo, a, jr»/>. cu/;, em- 
jfloy <'.'!. , «m. OU4 who íimm tin 

EmprcHiar = va. Ut ainploy , Uj 
Emprayo, «m. iín<4 ; «inpi'>ynieiitf 

IlIltlIlIfHM, 

Emprahondndor, a, um, or /. 

<iftL<l'|ii'Í/i'i'. 

Einj[ii'«lianflar , vn. to «nter- 

|ll'Í4i', III lllnlrtrl.Mkf^ 

EmprMhandldo, a, pii.tnlj, mi- 

ilHriiikiMi, HiiLfrjirínHtU 
EitiprHituda, t>f. joh, work. 
XUnuraltMlro. mn, joiíljfir, iinilor- 

tiihnr iii' wnrk, i 

Jímprandtít, na. Ut iinilurUikfi. \ 



te. '-^ 

i*;^ ;if* :. .'-.■.-.jI-í :-í sonii 

rr. V.- "líTvw . E m pr c iuidar í" ■ 1*1.-^*!?- 
vjiuiuiis.v!.. = £lzx:p!r«e;iar. :: '. . .-r^i.. 'w 

£'»£;'' i;ei-:tt<-i-<. !*. '—■ Ii«l^ ase 

c. ■•". £"...•-.•. 
o a_;.; - . . i itc íern- 
Ui*;: '.cri •. ^^ V pr .-» i-rya.-g4.T 10 



Imprcar. : .. r-.-rí—T. to: 



Empwnhario. a. »■ csfi^'. ^' 
EmpanL&dura. :\ ':,'!€ 
Empucbar et:. :v fraLSp. [tj. 



Emparraçào. c-;. irour^>. 
Empurrado . a, / ;. . adj. thmstad. 

Eaapurrfto. <»>». t:ir:s:inff. 
Empurrar, va. v* i..rijst. to pvah. 
Empuxado, a. /</>. ^/^J. repuUed. 
Empuxador. a. .«m or /. he or she 

tfaat thnists. 
Empuxão, if. tlinisting. 
Empuxar, ta to thrust,to pash. 
Empuxo, «m. arch. buttresa. 
Empyema. «nt. ompjezna. 
Empvematico, a, adj. aílactad 

witFi «iinpyenia. 
Empyreo, xm. the empyrean 
Emulação, »f. einulation. 
Emulado, a, pp- adj. emulated. 
Emulador, »m. einulator, com- 

jxititor. 
Emular, va. to emnlata. 
Emulganta, adj. 2 a. emulgent. 
Emulo, a, adj cmalous. — , sm, 

cninpntitor. 
Emulsão, gf. cmnlAinn. 
EmulaiTO, a, adj. (>mul.sivo. 
EnmncCtocVoa ^ %m. pU V.^mai,\ 



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EjnundaçjBlo^f/lcleaniaflB, purity, 

puriflcation. 
Emvolta, sf. -wrapper. 
Enadir, va. to add. 
EnagenaçSo, sf. V. Alienação. 
Enaxnorar^se, vr. to fali in love. 

V. Namorar. 
Enantiopathia, sf. {med.) system 

of medicine opposed to sdiopatiiy 

and homceopathy. 
XUiarthrose, sf. enarthrosis. 
EnoalMur, va. to helve, to set a 

haft. [chief. 

Encabeçado, a, pp. adj. made 
Encabeçamento, sm, a register- 

ing or recording-. 
Encabeçar, va. to register. 
Encabellado, a, pp. adj. that 

has hair. Mal — , that has an ill 

tetnper. [hair. 

Encabellar, va. to cover vnth 
Encabrestaduxa, sf. {farriers) 

cut, cutting. [of haltering 

Encabrestamento, sm. the act 
Encabrestar, va. to halter a 

beast. [self. 

Encabritar-se, vr. to raise one's 
Encabruado, a, adj. pertina- 

cious. [with the Èncacho. 

Encacbado, a, pp. adj. covered 
Encacbar-se, vr. to cover ooe^s 

self with encacho. 
Encacho, sm. piece of cloth used 

in Ásia for covering the prlvy 

parts. [concatenation. 

Encadeação, sf. chain. union, 
Encadeado, a, pp. adj. chained, 

linked, {fig.) coherent. 
Encadeamento, sm union, con- 

nexinn. 
Encadear, va. to chain, to link; 

to connect. Encadear-se^ vr. to 

be linked, to be connected. 
Encadeirado, a, pp. adj. placed 

in a chair. [chair. 

Encadeirar, va. to put in a 
Encadernação^ sf. a binding of 

books. 
Encadernador, 5772. book-binder. 
Encadernar, va. to bind books. 
Encafuado, a, pp. adj. that is in 

a dark place. 
£ncafuar-se, vr. to be in a dark 

and Joatbsome place. 



Enoafumado, a, adj. shut up in 

a cave. [a cave. 

Encafumar, va, to shut up in 
Enoaibrar, va. to nlace the fonr 

pieces of the timoer at the top 

of the four corners of a house. 
Encaixado, Si,pp.adj. chested. 
Enoaixar, va. to chest. Encaixar' 

sCy vr, to intrude one's self. , 

Encaixe, sm the actof chesting; 

knuckle, mortise. 
Encaixilhado, a, j3p. adj. framed. 
Encaixilhar, va. to frame, to put 

in a frame. 
Encaixotado, a, pp. adj. that is 

put in a chest. 
Encaixotar, va. to put in a chest. 
Encalamoucar, va. to cheat. 
Encalçado, a, ;7p. adi*. foUowed. 
Encalçar, ta. to foUow, to go 

after one. [follo-wing. 

Encalço, sm, pursuit, track, 
Encaldeirar, va. {agric.) to dig 

round the roots of trees. 
Encalhado, a, pp. adj. run a 

ground, strandod. 
Encalhar, va to run a ship a 

ground. — , vn. to run a ground, 

to stick. [obstada. 

Encalhe, sm. stranding ; {fig.) 
Encalho, sm. the plnce where a 

ship runs a ground ; stranding. 
Encallecer, vn . to be callous. 
Encallecido, a, pp. adj. that is 

callous. 
Encalmadiço , a , adj. that is 

easily st.ifled with hoat. 
Encalmado, a, pp adj. that i& in 

a great heat. 
Enoahnar, va. to warra. — , vn. 

to be in a great hcat. 
Encamarado, a« adj. {gunnery) 

that has a small brcoch. — , sm. 

V. Pedreiro, 
Enoambar, va. to thread small 

âshes in a thin rod. 
Encambolhado, a, pp, adj. cn- 

tanglcd. 
Encambulhar, va, to entan^le 

Eneambulhar-se^ vr. to hold last 

on another. 
Encarne, sni. \JcLib\«À-c çj^I •o.N^wta. 
Encamex^Ldo, ^^ <^Ai- ««^a^~ 

breec\ieà.^. Encarnava»»» 



.V 



[,«/■. (miJOcttiniaaaa, 
surpnsiiiK ao encinjí hy night, 
EncamiBado, a.íp. odj. cQvered 

to he covered 



■.,r.th^-> 



ofmak- 



», pp. ailj. res- 

a, im or f. be who 

nniils. 

1. a, ail}.{giaaiery) 

t. to resoiod, to 



XnoanoBrado a.;iji. n'fí. afaictcil 

vi Ih lhe íankep. 
Encsnoerar-se ur.tobe aíSlcted 



Uar-se, vi-, lo candy. 
Jer^ufT-l^iDakaoDegrey- 
— , vB to efow erey- 

:ldo, a, pp. flrfj. çrey- 

lado. 8, PP aij. that bãs 



Enoangalhado. a, pp. adj. tíei, 
Encangalhar-sa, vr. to hí liijd. 
Encangar, «n, lo joke 
Encanlia, ini. hiailerance, imp«- 



Encauigar ^ 
EQoantação. . 



°i'/-'' 



., '■4 



. enchaut- 



liXorí 



UFOD tbe stands 
Enoaoto, sm, voo 



1 B&rden. 



derful, , 

Snoantoado, Sí.pp. aàj. drive 

offka' fMsakén. 
■Enoantoar, «a. to put -or thrnt 
iola a corner. Eiicaiíoar-si, vt 

£ncanuáado, a.pp.aãj.pitiat 



tuba or pipa. 



aã}. likB I 



opuladOBk,(^.) 

H> proiect. [ (aBa), 

Ecoapellado. a, pp. adj. awollsn 
£noapellar, on. to awell. — , ea, 

lo ny a. shiii. Encopellar-ie, bt. 

to prow roagh ojid sloroiy. 
Enoapoeirar-Be . ur. to ke™ 

oue^B aelf iiji tlosn io placa ol 

Encapotado, Bt, pp. a<Ij- ooTored 
Encapotar-ao. w. toilo«kone'a 



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Encarado, a, pp. adj. looked 

upon. Beni — , good-looking. 
Encaraxnelado, a, pp. adi. fro- 

zen. [treeze. 

Encaraxnelar. va. to con^eal or 
Encaramonado, a, pp. aaj. me- 

lancolic, sad. 
Encaraznonar-se, vr. to sheir 

one*s self sad. [larse, 

Enoarapellar-se, vr. V. Encapei- 
Encarapinhado, a, pp. adj. 

crisped , wool-pated , crispy ; 

congealed like ice-cream. 
Encarapinhar, va. to crisp, to 

frizzle. [ed on the top. 

Encarapitado, a, pp. adj. percn- 
Encarapitar-ae, vr. to perch on 

the top of a tree. 
Encarapuçado, a, pp. adj. co- 

vered with a cap. [a cap. 

Encarapuçar, va. to cover vriih 
Encarar, va. to face, to defy. — , 

vn. to look one's face. 
Encarcerado, a, pp. adj. incar- 

cerated. [cerating. 

Encarceramento, sm. incar- 
Encarcerar, va. to incarcerate. 
Encardir, va. to stain, to foul 

the linen so as to make painful 

to wash it. 
Encarecedor,