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Liber X



Isidore of Seville or their common origin of the Etymologies OF THE BISHOP OF BOOK OF 10

OF THE VOCABVLIS

[1] THE origin of the of some of the names, that is to say where it comes from, not of punishment is clear to everybody. Accordingly, a kind of gain knowledge of the grace of this work has interposed.

OF THE QVIBVSDAM VOCABVLIS HOMINVM. Although the origin of the names, where it comes from, hold it by the philosophers to reason, that through a denomination man "from humanity, from the wisdom of the wise man be named, because the prior wisdom, and then the wise man, however, shines forth to the other special in the beginning of the names of some of the cause of, as a man from the ground, wherefore, properly speaking a man to do so. From these examples; in this work we have put forward.

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[2] Aero, a man who is strong and wise. The author of the said by augmenting from the. But the author of the feminine gender can be spoken of. For there are some things in the feminine can not be turned aside, as a runner. The petitioner, in doing. [3] by feeding, he was called from the Children of, though, and who would otherwise be and he that she is nourished for students of it can be said: that is, and who he feeds and that is nourished; but it is better, however, who nourished. [4] A friend, through a derivation, which the soul guardian. [5] It was said, but a: a lover of shame, for the love of lust, he is tormented: a friend of by a hook, that is, a chain of charity, and so that the hooks and shall hold good. Amiable, however, that it is worthy of love. By birds, because it is with his face to love. [6] from the prudent man he was called by the cunning of, which is the name of a discreet and careful, that was able to strongly without danger to do something. Intelligent, because he found in the argument quickly so to speak. Acer, for every one of the form of fresh, and too. Enthusiastic, and by the speed of speed of foot, as though to say winged creatures feel. Esquire, warfare to bear it. Enthusiastic, and pleased with enthusiastic, gesticulating, and [no] the strange thing was troubled. Agile, from the performing of an action up quickly, and just as willing to receive information. [7] a rival, the keen student of the same thing, as it were an imitator and amiable to me. At another time an enemy is found. It is fair according to the nature of the said just, from equity, that is, from him is equal to the quad, and so it was called, and equity, from the and a certain uniformity, of course. OF THE SAME AGE, from that which is one of them equal time, so that is to say CONTEMPORARY. Presumptuous thing, the fact that many asked from them, and he is a fastidious. A bold is placed properly for the arrogant. Mind, what is in spirit and strength, full of. Inspired, as if souls the author of, which the soul successes. [8] Aelatus, because they regard themselves he set him over his measurement of their may be puffed up, while great it seems to him concerning those things which he deals with. Lifting up, which in fact they may be puffed up and to set up. Ambitious, that in accepting honors go looking. [9] was named after greedy avendo; For to desire is turned away. From hence the covetous man. For what is it to be avaricious? go beyond that which is enough. A covetous man from the fact the said, that it is eager for the gold, wealth, and never be completed, and as much as he has is so much more more than she should wish, of Flaccus inclined towards agreement over this way of thinking, who says (Epp. 1,2,56):

The miser is ever in want.

And Sallust (Cat. 11,3): 'that it is not from the abundance of greed, is diminished or want make it' [10] to be loved by the taste of has a name that has been transferred. For it is the unpleasant, nor knows anyone who fled to the fellowship of his own to invite some sweetness. Was an adulterer, violator of wedlock in sense of shame, he makes of others be stained with the couch. [11] result, the shifting, to come hither and thither, and the waves of the doubting that this or that: let him take it, and in which part of, let him turn he was anxious. A desperate one, that it is tetris his demeanor. An abstemious, from the WINE, that is, with wine, and abstained from all as it were with wine. [Is akin to.] Weaned child, that it is taken away from the milk. [12] when sick, that it is a question of weakness or sorrow for a time. The sick person, that it is the patient more frequently, just as he was angry and passionate. Rumina painful a task from the sense, and which become miserable, and through poverty, hunger and thirst. [13] as witness, because he intends to take the auspices of birds, just as hunting birds, but the fact that birds no harm. ILL-STARRED from the stars of the said, as if the star of evil, the son. [14] Aenormis, because he had the measure of in excess of and in accordance with the. Cattle-lifter is a thief of cattle, and cattle, the common people whom they call the drive, for driving away the from the, of course. [15] and DRESSED IN WHITE DRESSED IN BLACK: he a blank black, this man shall from the white. The stranger, because from what else will come. A stranger, that is another kindred, and not his where he is. [Also] he stranger, who is from the other nation, has been begotten, and not out of it where it is. [16] Accola, because he came and the earth also worship. The farmer, from tilling the soil, just as SYLVAN. The attendants of him to follow the some the sake of gain. [17] Constant, who, in ancient times was said to asses was spent by contributions to the treasury was, and in matters of the public have frequently and so also S, and not through the 500 must be written down. [18] CIVIL SERVANT named, that appear and see, and is present to the service of God. Them more attentively, so that something may hold hearing. [19] overawed, as it were, is from the instincts and the fury, were greatly amazed; But the said overawed by the thunder of noise, as it were astounded at a thundering, and neighbors, or touch a flash of our neighbor. [20] TAX-COLLECTOR, that it is openly have been chosen. Driven away, that it is from the act of the remote. Abortion, because you did not break out now, but aboriatur and falls off. Adopted, because it is openly in the desired a son. [21], both of them, from that which is AMFO, the name of it came to pass from the Greek into Latin, the letter the third CHANGER. The other [is said to out of many]. The other [, on the other two]. AMBIDEXTROUS is called with both hands holding a sword.

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[22] Blessed is the called as well, being increased, that is, from what he would to be had, and nothing as he would not being acted upon. But he truly and happy is he who has whatever he desires the good, and desires nothing amiss. For from these two Blessed is the man is brought about. [23] which is perfect from the charm of the body is believed to the said: after this, and the name has been transferred to the aninium. But that he is the good to which we say that evil does not prevail: the best of him who sins a minimum. [24] is benevolent to do good to a man of his own accord to be ready and sweet that demands consolation. Not, however, is very far remote from the good kind, for it also is exposed to the benefit of it seems. But in the peculiar in this respect because it can be to be good to and gloomier, and of good, indeed, to do and to perform what is demanded, it not, however, knows the company to be more pleasant; By its kind to know everything have to invite them sweetness. [25] a favor from other of the said doing good and so also the beneficence it is called, which had been last is being betrayed. [26] benevolently that it was well he will. Not, however, we say that kindly disposed to, just as neither malevolent. For I have often compounded by the on two sides or to the first, or the name of the following the letter of dough. For goodwill, it sounds absurd. [27] The fawning, sweet, and is inviting to familiarity of his. [28] Brutus, as if overwhelmed by the fallen because it is devoid of sensation. For it is without reason, without wisdom. That is why that by the sister of Junius Brutus has been begotten of Tarquin the Proud, afraid of the same case with the brother, which intervened to whom, who because of their wealth, and understanding had been slain and by his uncle, a profitable folly of the time assumed it. Whence, also, is Brutus, by name, he was called while the juniors. [29] [Burrus.] Balbus, an ex from the balando rather than by speaking the said. For the words of does not explain. From there Blaesus and, because the words breaks. [30] mouth like that on, and the babbler, and the other of the mouth babbling, not by the senses exceeds. Bilious, that it always be with sorrow, from the soil, black bile is, who is called Adar. [31] SILLY, is a fool, Unity;. Biothanatus, that it is twice dead, plucked. Thanatos for the death of the Greek language it is said.

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[32] Clarus, from the sky, to which glitter. And so also for the day clear and the brightness of the sky. Deserved to be immortalized from the sky and the said, that it is high, and a high, as it were of the heavenly. [33] from the camp in the first, is so called castration: afterwards it was decided the Ancients also appointed to them, so of lust, perpetual abstinence promise. [34] "heaven" refers, because it makes a path for itself to heaven. Unmarried, devoid of these marriage, such as are deities in heaven, such marriages are without the. And unmarried called as Heaven is the blessed. Denizens of heaven, because he had enough to worship the heaven, for it is an angel. [35] The container is connected not only in chastity, "but by and in the food and drink, in the anger of tossing it also, and subtracting from the mind and desire. And the continent, which in fact they keep away from many evils. [36] Clement, merciful, from that which cluat, that is, protect and defend, as is usually a client of the patron. [37] from the harmonious union of the heart to do so. For, just as a partner in the lot of man is one who joins, so it is said he whose heart is in harmony tains. [38] He made his speech. Of comforters, made an address. And thereupon the said the comforter, the as bring himself acknowledged that only the to whom he speaks, his encouragement, and a wilderness lifts his. From hence the consolation left. [39] is the oracle was consulted, whose advice we ask; the opposite of which it is unwise, who does not take the counsel of. [40] The constant on every side, so called because it stands, nor in a certain part can be avoided. I am confident of, that it is in all the confidence, full of. And so also the Caecilius (246):

If the confidence of use as well, good heart, all things.

[41] Careful, be on your guard from the the said. The prudent man, shall the deceitful be, because to conceal knows, it is, and is grievously expert in it. But the ancient shrewd and cunning, not for the only, but also for those they laid the cunningly learned. Is this man and a very versatile, as they were souls that are quickly invert the face. [42], being eager by taking from the many, that is of receiving it, he was called. Clamorous, and calamosus as it were, from the reed, namely, that sounds. Of false accusations, the prosecutor of a false charge; from the calvendo, that is, by deceiving and frustrando, the said. [43] Calculator, from the calculations, that is to say precious stones set minutes, in the hand of those whom the ancient conponebant that hold the numbers. [44] Conpilator, who praemiscet another man 's what he said, as was the custom of the perfumer in the mortar, mixed with different sticks. This crime once he was being accused of Mantua the soothsayer, of certain verses of Homer with his making him pass into one of the ancients, and from the conpilator a rivalry, it were said, And he said, 'Great, be of the forces to take away from his club and from the hand of Hercules,' [45] contumacious, as they were despised. Chromatic of, nor because it is not ashamed to be, they change color. For in Greek it is called the color of CHROMATIC SCALE. [46] and an insult to Because she is swift and is swelling in the words of of injury. Contentious, he was called by the intention of, who not by reason of something, but only for the pertinacity he rescues them. [47] contemptible, and / or fit for contempt of, and / or for contempt and cheap, that is, without honor. [48] The cruel, that is, Thou bloody man, which the Greeks call OMON by metaphor, as it did not fit to eat when not cooked. For there is a bitter and harsh. [49] the butcher, that flesh may affect. To suffer, because it is the worthy of the cross. Colleague from the friendship of society and the connection of the surrounding of the said. [50] peers, as it were PERFECT MATCH of age. The surrounding of, because in one sin or crime to another is DEVOTED to evil; but they were never to the good we say accomplices. [51] partner, because he belongs to that one of the good. For the lot of the old part of the for they laid the. Partner, therefore, that is common to the lot, just as unlike HAVING A DIFFERENT FATE by lot. [52] and was designated by the Swift, the speed, because that which is required for use faster than he does. Neighboring, from the kind of because it is the relative in his clan and / or place. [53] the colony of a colony by the cultivation of a farm or from the said. Known to the know the cause of the said.

Curator, what with their to issue the boys, who are still of an age, that they were enough to administer the affairs of they can not. Colientes clients were said before, from the patrons, managed the cultivation of. [54] [was taken prisoner.] The prisoner is said to a sort of capital SMALL; good fortune attended the birth for him fell out, from which, and from the deminutio of skillful lawyers, it is said. [55] called to be an Colomis from the pillars, because he had lifted up, and very firm, it is. [56] from the hair to the said Comte, that it is a beautiful hair, or because they nourish their leaves. [57] curled, from the curling, that is, aco of iron and a likeness they are made of the reed, in which her hair TWIST, so that they are curled; which a heat in the ashes, the hair of those who are wont to crispant, as calamistrati they are. [58] the grossness of the body that it is strong, and the flesh of the lens. Crassus, from feeding of the body, from the creation of the flesh. EATING, from the eating of enough. For it is their appetites and their extravagantly devoted to the belly. [59] The innkeeper, but the worst of the wine of the water, doing. In radiance, [he is good, red-hot].

Light gray, canus called from the white, and is white as the whiteness of the gift. Studio is added for the whiteness. For example, white to be called nature exists. [60] Crispus. Of Clodius. Bent. The Blind was called, so that it lacks the sight. For it is the eyes of the blind. Is a blind man in each eye does not see. [61] fall in death the said perishable. The same lunatic, because [he must suffer a certain time of the moon]. Confounded of a confession of crime to do so. From thence and confusion. [62] it is said, and convulsive, to whom his on by some removed. And so also the little one, tossed the ship, to whom the eminence of violence of the storm are removed, and that Virgil (Aen. 1,383):

Barely seven torn by the waves, and

as it were mangled. [63] consumed, the charges, and after devouring the whole. Conciliator to ignominious unanimity on account of the fellowship of the said, because he had intercurrat for all their traffic and it is foreign body. This also and they call a pimp was. [64] peddlers, the cause of those who advocate for the rounds of the villages, and the convent spread. Member of the college. The carpenter.

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[65] the derivation of the Lord, by what was said that the house of preside over it. A good speaker, a learned man, from the discussion and said: For adequately speaks. Learned man, by saying. From thence and words. [66] willing to receive information not that it is a learned man, but because one can be taught: for it is ability, and a fit to learn. [67] from the Student of the science of: the chastisement of being called, but from studying. Is called the Steward, who is believed the administration of the wealth. And for that reason to be prior, the dispenser of they who paid it that no money was counted it, but he marked out. [68] The rich man was called by the air. Beautiful and He is perfect, from the ten commandments. [Sweet.] Decent, modest, be calm, from the number of the said ten. Hence, yea, pleasant and decibilis. [69] Direct, because he goes in a straight line. The beloved of the diligence. For these are the signs of affection. [70] steeped in, of the oil of the anointed, so that athletes are wont to, and / or in the cereumate of the child. From hence the (Ter. Phorum. 856) 'steeped in joy,' that is, or soaked in full. A pampered darling, that it is pleasures of feeding on the living for the splendor of the banquet, and of the body. [71] Tired, always the sick person, as it were for a long time to the weary. Feeble, that she was made through the bile fragile. Bile For the humor is affecting the body. Discolours that fall short to him is its color. [72] is commonly called an evil desperate and the desperate, and had no thought of anything in favor of the. It is said, however, by the likeness of the sick, and which we did without the hope of they are taken off. But a custom among the ancients was that desperate at the doors of their spent his last breath and / or as to pay, the earth, or that they might have to be cured by the passers by chance, who some time endeavored in a similar disease. [73] The degenerate, or of no noble birth, or that it is kind of an odd, or if, while it is the best kind of was born, was dishonestly, yet he lives. [74] decrepit, and that the nearer to death, as it were to turn the darkness of death, just as the time of twilight, first of the night. Others say that decrepit old age, not he who was withdrawn away, but who have already set tinkling it ended, that is, to speak ceases. [75] DEPRECIATOR, from the cheap because it is the worthy of the price of, or in any. Terrible, and MISERLY OFFENSIVE, as though in divine wrath is in that of the act. For it is said that the dire wrath of the divine it is inferred. At another time a dire, and great. [76] gaping open deep, in a very hiscens. For that man 'of the term' additions which is, in order that (Ter. Heaut. 825): called, "Goddess you, Syrus' despised, And look upon him, or that the downward and has a contempt. The crafty, treacherously betrayed or the evil one, as they were delude you with. For as to deceive; difficult to discern, the wickedness of the words of flattering and graces. [77] doubtful, uncertain, as if to of two ways. The informer so called because he discloses what was hidden. Decision was not reached, because it differs to utter a. He is lazy, slow, but slow, the calls from the called to be, that is, very much by sitting still. The same to reside and take a seat from the. 'Of the' For as for this is adding to. [78] be blotted out, the defect of the mind of an age, apo tou LEREIN, and / or from the straight line as it were with the order and would wander the ridges. Lyra for it is kind of plowing, when the farmer made furrows of the seed of the direct, all of whom in the crop was obtained. [79] think me mad, who is also mad; that is, without a mind, or that the diminution of this kind may have of the mind. Stupid enough, because he begins to relish that which is less than that which he used to. [80] had been condemned and deserving of condemnation: the first of which is now to be doomed, by following the can to sell at. GLUTTON, which is devoted to gluttony.

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[81] eloquent, pouring forth their in word. Project, in speaking despatched. Will exert For it is expedient to bring forward or. The learned, is rough because it is not there, but the learned man. [82] an expert from, a lot of expert in it. 'For out of' For as for this for a very loving. Is utterly lacking in the other hand, who is out of their skill, and the intellect. Richly adorned with very much of adornment. 'For out of' for a very, is set down as the most high, as it were very lofty, and eminent, as being eminently higher than. [83]: efficacious, one, because it has experienced no difficulty in any thing must take place. Hence, both the efficient from creating and the said. Without hope, that it is without hope. , Have no equal, because it is outside a part; For what part he was deprived. [84] WITHOUT A LOT, because it is excluded from the lot. An exile, because it is outside is merely its, as if to was sent only to the other side, or outside only deviating from it. For are said to go into exile, who is out of only the vigor. [85] banished from their own, because it is outside his own country is, as if to strangers. But, properly speaking, banished from their own, when he expelled by force, and with the terror of its native land he was driven out, and banished from their own, from the land of his own a quaking. [86] banished from their own, outside the land of, or outside their own borders, because it and terrified by. [87] that is destroyed, not he who AFANISTHENAI It is commonly said, but he that out and casts them down from the borders of the city. That is destroyed, from him that he is beyond its own bounds, he was driven out. [So] The stranger, because it is in an alien soil. [88] The needy and the needy, without a nation, and without the kind of stand in need of. [The needy.], Cramped, a lot of is in want. 'For out of' for a very loving. Exile, the thin, that it can be a narrow, although it was to go out. [89] rotten, because percomesus, for it is dry, thin, of banishment. Which had been exhausted, because it is consumed, and empty the effect. Pale, that he is beyond blood. [90] there is something dead lifeless. FRIGHTENED TO DEATH and lifeless, but we say that, as of one mind, and OF ONE MIND, and the motionless And he was helpless, and this is subject to our will. [91] it is said of burnt out than which nothing is left, as if to a very badly burnt. 'For out of' for a very loving. Filled with hatred from the hatred of the said. For the old, and I hate, I was commanded: "I am abhorred. Hence it is Filled with hatred, which we use, though I abhorred we do not say. Would be destructive, because it is the destruction of many. Executor, from carrying out the. The same and the officer. [92] being broken, that it is subduer of the cloister. Was moved with choler, in mind the effect of the wild beast 'and should no more exceed the the condition of man. Full of rage, because it is the from the and casting himself down headlong, and without bridle of reason. [93] the eunuch is the name of a Greek, which is a eunuch. Some of these men, gather, but nevertheless the power of in the seed of any at all. The liquid, for instance, and do send out, but enough to beget children an empty and invalid. [94] being exhausted from him, that it is the exhausting of a full fruit. For the parts it is constant, maimed, pays it back.

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[95] eloquent one, because it can be easy to tell what. Good sense of humor, who jokes, and the game was done, and conmendat deeds, from creating and the said. Frugal derived from "fruit named, that is, from the fruit of the economy, or, or, as others prefer it, by modesty and temperance. [96] usurer, who deposes the money among the debtor, as if the petitioner crushed by debt: the money is for the debts were. But the usurer in Latin is called and who gives the loan and that receiveth it. [97] Shamans, the chief priests of the idols. Happy is the happiness of man is one who gives, prosperous, and he that receiveth it: and happy, by whom it is given has happiness, the time to establish a fruitful, happy place. [98] The faithful, in virtue of which is made from him that which he wrote or promises good. It is easy, from creating and, nor was late. Solid, from which even fair. Strong force, because it carries the opposite occurred and / or whatever: or, from the iron, that it is a hard, nor soften. [99] from the form of the said Handsome One. For the form of hot and being fervent in the old said he was. Fervor for the blood of moves, [and] the blood of beauty. [100] The treaty takes its name from the goats and he-kid, and F the letter added. This signification of the old in the "heavy they posited, in order that (Virg. Vanity Fair. 2,502):

Foedantem the blood of those whom he himself had consecrated fires.

[101] so called because the fragile, which so easily it can be broken. , Worn out,, as it were cleft in two, and is no longer the salvation of a whole: and it is generated. For we say that, worn out mind, for example (Virg. Vanity Fair. 8,232):

Three times wearied in the valley and sat him down;

, and his tired body, which is more is proper;, and his tired of things which come by chance. [102] wearied, as it were by the fates distracted. Terrifying, from the forms, that is, the blood of, the said, after it had from the skin, and / or by the blood of the heart contracts, fleeing. For their fear it cools the blood, who was forced bringeth forth with fear, and so it is that (Virg. Vanity Fair. 3,30):

My chilled blood freezes with terror.

But since it is a terrifying, the timid, and to be feared is portended. [103] A fool on that account consider the said, that he was not himself that fate, others say, nor that the understands it. Fools some think it takes its origin from the miratoribus the foolish, the wife of the fauns and prophetic, and puts them spoke first, called by that, contrary to prophecies and are appalled at the manner of his until the madness. [104] Supporter, as they were and consent to favor them. Maker and was designated by arranging terms, and by inventing something, according to the hair of women, and soothes and treats, and anoints nitidat. [105] Elusive, that by speaking, that is, speaking, deceive him. On fire with a passionate. For the anger of inflames the wound. He gnashed his teeth, which is threatening to break it and the teeth of her press. Snorting. Fierce man is, as they were willing to exercise, as the beast. [106] The thief from the brown has been mentioned, that is, from dark. For one night makes use of time. Factious, the depths of scorn, we wish to be taken with some seditious men: but when the influential and powerful a faction of a great and as it were. [107] The wicked, was committed to from the of renown: This is because he can hurt another, that. [Femellarius women, it is devoted to, whom to call in the ancient mulierariun]. A wicked action, because the more frequently, and demands an instance of adpetat lustful desire. [108] in times past it was said, you rascal who, because of the light was compelled to trespass, to the shame of man, rather than to the cause of punishment, the gallows, by the way side to bear, preaching for their sins, and give him advice but they did not one who is wrong. [109] with useless things, is vain, superfluous, at peace the chattering. And there is a metaphor from the vessels of clay, which is empty and full of cracks which do not hold hold of. [110] to commit fornication. PROSTITUTE life which he is the body of public and common time, is. Arcuate prostrabantur of these things, what places are said to arches, from which and the whore. Virgil (Aen. 6,631):

And opposing a brothel.

[111] from the fruitful by the produce of the said, as if fetunda. For there is a birth, attended. The mother bird runs. Weeping, the tears flowing as it were. A fugitive is said to no one ever rightly, but he that flies from his master. For if a child, a child or by a school nurse has departed, in a runaway does not exist.

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[112] of the glory of glorious a crowd of the said, the text for the CG CHANGE. Glorious is the said from the laurel which is given to the victors. Recognized each other, knowledgeable; the opposite of which, meanwhile, aware he did not know. The heavy, venerable. And so also the most despised we say, smooth. Gravis replaces deliberation and resolution of the said, because it is not a slight movement breaks apart, and fixed, but the heaviness of constancy in the mind. [113] [size. Gracilis,.] The old have charge, that it is, the aged. A man grateful, that the grace, observing his. But only to render thanks in his mind: most acceptable both in mind and the body is said. Grateful to, as they were without a cause that doth good. Gracious, that more is to every man which it deserves to be. [114] garrulous, properly speaking, it is said, who is commonly called the one full of words. Adding the joy of not being able to not wishing to be silent. Jackdaw has been taken that a name is the birds, and out of season, who is always whole place resounded with loquacity nor anywhere at rest. BROTHEL, voluptuous, and, albeit in the secret places, and places the Underground, which the Greeks call BROTHEL. THROAT, from the gluttony, that is a glutton.

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[115] The humble man, as it were leaning from the ground. To the honorable, as it were fit for the honor, this might be a fit. [116] An honorable, that it has nothing of shame. For what is the honor of honorable unless perpetual, that is, as it were of honor I set? Cultured, that it have in regard to man the affection of love and pity. And so also the humanity of the said, by which we maintain one another. [117] fit, that it is in order to have the advantage and the fit for the. Honerosus is more than the laden, just as ILLEGAL how wicked. Hairy, because it is the from the shaggy hair and a bristly. [118] Thou hypocrite in the Latin and the Greek language is the pretender is interpreted. Which, while bad and is within, it is good, he shows himself openly as the. For that upo false, Kris judgment is interpreted. [119], hypocrites, the name of the species has been drawn for the stage, of those who go on all the face of having been covered by, which distinguish the minioque the countenance of the blue color, and with the colors of the rest, and have a gipsata lift the napkins of the mouth of the images of diverse colors and distinct, and sometimes even the backs, their hands the chalk that perungentes, as they came to the person of color and the people, while [in the] at the games they were doing, without being noticed now in the likeness the men, now in the of the woman, shaven according to the way, now Crinitus, rings and other species, and the Virgin, whose age and sexuque different directions, that he may deceive the people, when, in the games they do. [120] by the appearance and of the argument is carried in these go on all those who are falsely and with her face to pretend that they are not. For a hypocrite can not be called, from the time out, they shall come out. [121] he was buried, that it is covered with the ground, that is, he was buried.

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[122] gifted with understanding, to have effect the inside of any part of the art of procreation. The inventor of the said [him] that in it he found what we look for. And so also the very things which is called a finding that, if the origin of the word to handle, what else resounds with unless it is since it is found to come into that which is asked? [123] An interpreter is that is between the parts of the two languages, a means is, while he will transfer. Moreover they that God [which] interprets and indicates that men, in whom the mysteries of the divine, the interpreter is called [because between the same which will transfer]. [124] Juridical [because of the laws, declares the laws]. Character of the, properly speaking, is the image of some future things of virtue. Just the rights of so called because it guards, and according to the law to life again. [125] innocent, she is not a nuisance: harmless, to whom any harm does not exist. But both among the ancients no difference. Ilaris is the name of a Greek. Cheerful, because it is the fit for the jokes and is always hilaritati; from the crowd, just as passionate. A jest, and the use of jokes. [126] is the name of a renowned Greek. For the Greeks KLUTON glorious they are saying. The name of the Illustrious, the awareness it is, that the grandeur of many clareat, and / or of wisdom, or of power; of which he is contrary to obscurely, the son. [127] [of sufficient dignity.] Safe and sound, takes its name from the pillars, as if he lifted up himself, strong and stable. That can not fade, but without corrupting, but everlasting; marcore that it is without, and her grief. Stainless, but without corrupting the rashness of and no was injured. The weak, because without form. [128] is weaker, as it were without a staff, and a fickle frail. The false, but slight. "Inconsistent, because it does not is a stable, but that which is pleasing, and on the other hand might show. [129] or waving his arms is the proud of heart, because it does not agree to practice of our ancestors, but of his own a certain way of righteousness, and holiness seeks. When they had kindled anger has the blood of so called because it compelled by the fury in the "Ur of the" For a flame it is said, and the wrath of inflames the wound. [130] the promoter of, from that which will kindle the fire, and inflame. The promoter of, because the suggestion of a wicked heart, to the vices of others he kindled it, and persuasion, inflames the wound. [131] one of extermination, that it will never expiated, they would never purged. NOTELESS, not because it is not praised, but because it did not deserve to be praised. Being angry, anger of the act. [132] The wicked man, because without love to religion is. Unjust, properly speaking, so called because it would not be right, but is also variable. Among the unjust and the wicked: but, this difference is sometimes the case, because every wicked man wicked one, but not every be unfair for the wicked. For the wicked man for the unbelieving and is set forth: the wicked and the said that it proceeds from love to religion a stranger. But it says for the unjust because he was not an impartial but the works of all evil is stained, and / or [if] the name of Christianity to be considered as. [133] And the enemy, because it is not a friend, but the adversary. But two things they make enemies: the dread of a fraud. Panic, they are afraid that. Deceit, the evil which they suffered. [134] envious man was named after beholding the happiness of another. Prejudice when there is one that suffers from another popular indignation. Is not seen, is hated, on account of envy and of zeal in the said. [135] was infamous for, of which the testimony is not what he has said it is worth and it is been wasted, inprobatumque. Infamous, and that is not good reputation. Vile is so called because it also is at hand, who prohibited. [136] a nuisance, the restless, because it does not have the port, that is, rest. And so out of season quickly as it were in a shipwreck on insufficient evidence. Unbridled, that there is one that the bit does not it is controlled, in order that (Virg. Vanity Fair. 4,41):

Unbridled Numidians.

[137] gnashing his teeth, properly speaking, is the teeth of astringent to each other. For and gnash the teeth with the teeth to break it signifies, and so the little children to nefrendes, who did not yet have teeth. Ingluviosus from the gluttony and voracity of the said. [138] Ingloriosus, that it is without glory, without a triumph, that is to say. Again, no glory at all unmindful of glory. Deformed, huge, not because it does not have the form, but the greatness of that beyond the form he has. [139] art grown old in, because it is the use of many of the old in malice. And bloody, and because it is not good, but more a cruel, [of] terrible. For the hand to the good is said to. And so also the Kat ANTIFRASIN gods of the shades of the dead, least of all good. [140] escape free, least of all generous to his, as it is in the old proverb: 'exempt the citizens of his hate me,' Again escaped unpunished, who does not perform the duties of, that is, the office of citizen does not enjoy. For it is the privilege of all empty. [141] indemnity, because he had without any prejudice to live, and he without any fault of the danger and the. An idle, without art, and because of this, that no work what you think of any. Unarmed, or without the arms, and / or, without the power. For always took up arms for the forces [are taken]. [142] the Sluggard, ignorant of the road, that is of reason and of life. An ignorant, not recognized each other, that is, yet ignorant, that is, without his nostrils. Olfecisse have known and said for the old. But the two signifies the unconscious, and / or who is ignorant, or who is not known. An ignorant who does not know. [143] forgetting that he who forgets it: for you have missed the memory. Unconscious, because without is a science. [144] an unlearned person, want of culture, it is a Greek. Want of culture, without skill in the. The inconsiderate from that which shall not receive an of counsel. Indiscretions, because it is without the counsel and ignorant of things and of the skill. Foolish, he is contrary to a convenient, as it were inaptus. [145], destitute, he that is without is the earth, For the earth of help we to understand, because it bears the aid by a becoming fertile. Others do not understand the needy was buried, unburied, the void which none, rose up in his absence the grave. [146] of no noble birth, because he is not known and unknown men, and cheap, of which, indeed, nor the name of it is known. Ircosus, because the sweat of foul think of the body. The stranger, the base, and / or unexpectedly coming. [147] so called because he suddenly did a sudden exists and does not and the before the of sight. Index, and betrayed by pointing out to. From thence, a native of so called because it is begotten, that is, in the same place, the son. [148] with a shameless, because he had from him, far from the sense of shame and modesty is not there. From the sleek are called to be an an unchaste. For the stench of the Putorem he says. Incest, for the sake of mixture of the unlawful act, he was called, as it were unchaste as with him that a virgin is sacred, or of his relationship are at the next stupraverit. [149] Internicida there is one that will made false and because of that, kills a man. Repudiating defendant, denier of, because it does not admit that contrary to the truth but a lie grounded in anything. [150] [charlatan.] Battleship, properly speaking, it is said to out of the midst between the two is taken away. [151] treachery, that lay in wait for. Strictly speaking, sit on top is to wait for some have dealt deceitfully. And so also are named as the snares of. , Girt with, that is, without girdle, because the strongly off the womb, uterus, does not permit. [152] invests, that is, without the master of your For as yet he has a flowing robe, which is the sign of wedlock in her virginity. Iscurra is called because the cause of any man to get the food.

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[153] Katholicus, the universal: for it is a Greek. HIGH-PRICED Greeks use the name, and so does the charity, and from which scarcitie.

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[154] a clear, from the tongue, because it is the bright and gleaming in her speech. Reader is said by the reading, that is, by running through. And so it is said and the ship was to read whatever passage into it. For 'reads,' passes away, passing by, he (Virg. Vanity Fair. 3,127):

We read that frequent the seas stirred by the countries.

Also, reader, to the assembling his soul everything which law, as if the collector of: just as that (Virg. Ecl. 3,92):

He that is prescribed to flowers for you.

[155] is not a loquacious, eloquent. Pleased by [from the broad]. For rich, and full of places, as it were, and possessions to the possessor of many, just as the Republic Book Tully teaches in the book of the second (16): 'edition, and many of the sheep and of oxen, There was nothing in that at that time in the cattle, and in the possessions of the places: from which they were called by a wealthy, the rich,' [156 ] Liberal was named after him, nor that she would willingly give us to murmur. Large. Is far from the line of the said, that it is for the sake of full length. With long lives, as it were long and the long age of time. [157] slow to anger, or magnanimous, because no one thrown into utter disorder, but the passions of by the universe, is patient, is in withstanding them. To whom he is contrary to the feeble minded, narrow, and are in no trouble subsisting, of which it is written (Proverb. 14,17): 'to the fainthearted very foolish' [158] A slight inconsistency vagationis was called on account of, because a slight movement of the mind now this,, and now in that need of it. Slippery, as they were in his theology. A flowing, sometimes quick, in order that (Virg. Vanity Fair. 11,588):

Glide, the nymph, the heavens, The

and (Virg. Vanity Fair. 4,223):

Glide with her wings.

[159] slip away for the course is more swiftly. The robber, the guarded the roads, and hiding from the the said: Aelius, however, 'is a thief,' he said, 'on account of the sides of the side, waiting in ambush against the way' trainer of gladiators, gladiator, that is, the butcher, the tongue of Zaina is the designated "to tear, that is, from the bodies. [160] by metaphor, when provoked to the said by the dogs, and / or by the wild beasts, that it is customary to challenge by lacerating. A pander, and the promoter of the rape, because he had the minds of the wretched gratification of the flatter and deceive. Of lust or of from that which does what it pleases you. From the lustful man of Bacchus, which the damsels have [the body is painted]. Are wanton, has been freed as it were in the pleasure of, and hence the place of the members of are said to has been moved or strapado'd. Lascivious, that it is later, that is, being free and vain. " [161] in frantic that the water is fear from her, which the Greeks UDROFOBEN they say. In frantic man is one who, properly speaking, a vice of the water contracts, that the faults in this way and that is cursare, or flux from the water may be taken a degree. [162] But poets matter, even if gender of a name for the mad who claim as theirs. [To the weak.] Out her ghastly, that it is pale, from the thong, what was said that of this kind may have the skin. The leper, by too much of the itching scab the said, and so also P ought to be written. [163] one-eyed, on the part of the light that let him know that, just as the DIM-SIGHTED, who sees nothing in the evening. Codes exhibited for the ancients said, the Cyclops, Codes, and from which we read what was said that only one eye, are said to have had. Lotus, cleaner, that is the world. She-wolf, O harlot, from their rapacity: being called, and he snatch you away because they have poor men, and take it.

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[164] from the Merciful conpatiendo is a term of another 's misery had obtained: so termed, and mercy, that I have sent another man' s freedom from pain to make the heart of misery. But it does not met all places, give the etymology of these things, for God is in the mercy of the heart, without any misery. [165] May You be honored, the more increased in glory: and it is the name of your turn by the sacred. For how often has the frankincense, or wine, poured over the victim said, 'May You be honored be a bull gifts of incense, wine, or the', that is heaped on him is the victim and the has increased rather. [166] is said to generous or because he gives great gifts to anyone, or because to exercise its function, that is the office of what he ought, adinplet: so also is munifex,, for a bribe makes clear. [167] magnanimous, from that which is of this great mind and a great virtue. The opposite of which is to the fainthearted. The Magnificent from the great must I do to the word he drew it. [168], meek, and mild, subdued, or, as by the hand accustomed to. Modestus, from the manner of the said and the temperature of, nor more than any thing, nor less than an agent. Will be kind, gentle and friendly, meek, and gives in to some knocking, and he to endure an injury in silence, as a dumb man. [169] dumb, For a voice of his is not a word, unless lowing: For the spirit of a spoken through the nostrils as it were ROARING sent forward. Remember, Lord, or who holds the memory of, and / or for the memory of is bound to. [170] Master, greater than in a troop: for "it is steron" in Greek garrison of the it is said. The minister, is less than in the road of this, or because the office of the hands of the debt required. [171] Maximus, or to their services, either by age, or in honor of, or eloquence, or virtue, or any of the more super. The major premise. The minor is living, the youngest, from the number of monads, "that that after him there is none else:. [172] A little while, a small one, but also applied, improperly, however, was a reasonable one. In moderation, and that is, from the manner of tempering the mortar. Of a meane, that a small enough for him. [173] Unfortunately, properly speaking, [he says] because he has lost all happiness to. And the second is, properly speaking, Cicero, who died, those who, in his Tusculan (1,5) Have mercy on the dead calls, on account of which has now lost their life. Miserable, that it is fit for misery. [174] sorrowful, sad, naturally, not by chance. For it is from the nature of the mind and of the mind, from which, and sorrowful at. [175] the said a beggar because there is less from which helped to lead lives: or because, in ancient times was the custom to close the mouth of the needy and the hold out your hand, as by the hand to speak of. A liar, that the mind of another close your eyes. [176] The wicked, because the vow or for the work of malice is carried out. The evil man and was designated by the gall of a black, they say that which the Greeks Melania, and hence the melancholic, who speaks to the man and their life, they shrink from in the human of his friends and loved ones whom they suspected they were. Full of malice, a worse evil, because they frequently bad. Worse than the A, but the bad is said: a good worse. [177] best to the aforementioned as it were softer than: not hard, or hard, for better as it were easier to bear. Threatening, from the face of the eyes, when the blaze furiously, when he saw that more may be afraid. Threatened and monitor. But the monitor is said with the prophetic announcement of the good things: threatened, announced that with their troubles. [178] roughly handled, because he had sweet words to avoid are flattered by your mind: a translation from the honey wine, that is to say that what was received is wont to soothe the throat, or freedom from pain and covered with the filth of the stomach. [179] On appeal from someone who Metatores designate the camp, from the measuring and, of course. Lucan (1,382):

Hesperian let him come surveyor in the fields.

Soft, that the vigor of the sex enerviati dedecoret the body, and as a woman that softened. [180] Macer, from the emaciated and wasting from the adultery, because he had the lust of immoderate, Campi do it. Mancy, the hand of Ancus. [181], and the dying, the dying man like that, just as avoided, who liveth like to them. For when we say that is doomed to die, truly is doomed to die: but it shall not, and the dying correctly, but the true is similar to the dying man. [182] The harlot so called because he price of her favors to merit it. From there and the meritorious shops: for the soldiers, when you were campaigning they receive, are said to merit. [183] Fool [from death, he was called, because he had not in full force the intellect]. The driver is called from the on mules, because he presides over the the same vehicles.

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[184] of noble birth, not meant to, of which the and the name of, and a race is known. Cloudy weather, to the apt to marry. No one from the man the flowing, that is, not even a man, which is the say of any of; as it were but no one is there may be no. No one, there may be no. [185] 's nothing; it is framed, and nothing from the hilum. Hilum Varro, however, said to signify the marrow of his giant fennel ASFODELON which the Greeks call it, and so it is said in us there is nothing in what manner among the Greeks OUDE GRU. [186] nor distinguish between a most of them from evil, another destructive for another thinking that they trifles; Munatius as he says: 'This young man is wicked, the wicked one,' that is frivolous, not pernicious. Others confuse, as if each signify one and the same. [187] But from that time that neither that there be nothing, that is, from the fact that there is nothing, the old has been said [to be] had a mind. Of neither party, nor the latter did not, this is not as though to say both of them. [188] the miserable man, not worthy with corn, with the kind of food which it first sustained by the life of man. [At another time, nor to be said to the miserable man.] [Feed, as it were by the will of the teacher.] Abominable, that is, neither, indeed, to be named. [189] message is [and] which reports and that the news is brought that, that is, AGGELOS AGGELIA kai. But we had news of the male kind the man himself: But you say it, that have been and, neither of the genus, such as this a message, and this message. [190] a Nazarene, that is, the saint of God. Formerly were called "a Nazarene who, by her hair and nothing to be brought up in sight, he is contaminated, keeping himself to all the strong drink of the wine, which his mind from his complete healing to his ruin. [191] of the Hebrews; triflers is the name of. For in this manner has been set out in the prophets, where he says letter, (3,4): 'The triflers that have departed from the law, "as we may be able to know the Hebrew language of all languages to be a mother. [192] DEALER IN WOMEN'S FINERY was called from the base because it is the message. [193], careless of, [as it were] not of Leinster. Nepos, the said to the genus of scorpions in a certain, who is consumed by their children, with the exception him that insiderit back of him, for on the other hand it has been observed that he himself that is consumed by his father: whence men, that have done good by the luxury of their parents are said to spend all grandsons. Nepotatio from it too for the luxury it is posited, all the property which the pebble surely being eaten away. [194] Black, as it were nubiger: because it is not clear, but wrapped himself in dark. And so also we say that there is cloud the day of a foul.

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[195] the orthodox fathers, "right glory". The orator, he was called from the mouth of, from delivering a peroration he was renowned, that is, by saying, for to say "is to pray. [196] listen to, from the ear, because he had inperantem, let him hear. Ospes, that would impose the door of the foot. Ospes, and "easy, is fit for the door and an open and so also man is said to ospitalis. [197] hater, an enemy, he said, from the hatred, just as from the love of a lover; and there is a type have in common. Hateful, and fit for the hatred. Hairy; is besieged, that is, on every side, the snares of convallatus. [198] vicious, indecent; impurity of lust, from a disorder of the said dark. Impaired, and stupid; obclusior, as it were from being beaten on every side. Pushing against the, and contranisus conabundus. Obnexus, because it is bound to the bonds of guilt. [199] delighted, as when it was the milk, that with the fraud, as Terence (Andr. 648):

Unless I am lactasses love for him.

And so also the delight has been said. Detractors, the evil spirit and they that will not permit the obstringillando officiendoque may proceed and any of of the year. [200] childless, does not have children of their, as if to the eyes of being lost. Creator, in order that some do her work. Opellius [the keeper of the sheep] [a shepherd of the sheep as it were ovilio].

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[201] A prudent, as it were but the seeing. For it is Praespicax foresees and in uncertainty about the case. Pavendo called from the patient. For it is to be afraid to strike. For is struck and that to endure. [202] The perfect, to whom there is nothing more can be added. To him be compared to fame with the references on Latin Grammar do not add, because if you say, 'That is more perfect,' is this man will not be perfect. [203] pretty boy from the the said species of the skin, which is a skin: and after he passed into the genus of this name ". For the beauty of a man, or in the face, that it might be (Virg. Vanity Fair. 1,589):

The mouth of the of his shoulders, like a god.

or in the hair, and in that (a Virg. Vanity Fair. 1,589):

For he himself with its graceful
hair.

or in the eyes, as the (Virg. Vanity Fair. 1,591):

Being breathed on by the sight of hapless honors.

, or in their brilliance, in order that (Virg. Vanity Fair. 1,592):

What sort of add the hands of the glory of ivory.

or in the features, in order that (Cic. to Verres. 2,36): 'that you are much more than shape, and the traits of his hostess delighted, "or, in the in height, as Turnus (Virg. Vanity Fair. 11,683):

Exercised in the midst, and all the head above all.

[204] from the deceitful perliciendo. A perspicuous, brilliant, because he had a transparent. [205] [continuous]. Perennial, from the perpetual because it is the years. The prelate, he was called because he presides over the anxiety. The superior was called because it is the regulator of the subjects, and for the servants or guide. From the patron of fathers, have been said, that this kind of clients, they should perform the affection of those fathers to be a quasi regulate it. [206] it is to whom the tutor is assigned to the little ones. Is the name of a Greek, and it is compounded by the boys from that which he does, and that is to say ductet at play and to restrain an age. [207] The present called because it is because of the senses, that is, before the eyes of, who are sensations of the body. The prior, that the first is the order of: and the first praeminens as it were. [The first. " The last.] [208] He is mighty to, an open things far and wide: thus, and the power of, which is open to him in whatever direction it desires, and they be hindered by no one, no one stands in the way it is worth. Preferred to, in comparison with the rest of a very great wealth. [209] rich: the first Tully, she answered them, who would have had a very great sum of money, that is, cattle. For in this manner also the ancient those were called; exploitation by little and little, however, by other name is devolved. [210] it is said to her persistent, properly speaking, in the present case to the victory, his enduring characteristic. For the ancients said, "than we vicar of victory. I believe that from there it be said the grass of such other like vices, that is, Victorialis. [211] from the quick pernitendo has been drawn: that is, in efforts to persevere. Others understand that is hasty destruction of his feet. For the speed of the feet is, in order that (Virg. Vanity Fair. 11,718):

With swift fiery plants:

have the same wing as the swiftness that it might be (Virg. Vanity Fair. 3,243):

With rapid flight, of lapsed under the stars.

[212] you dislike it, as if on foot the patient. For there is a slow to walk with: what is the name through the use of crossed over to the frame of mind. Gamons, pervigilans night. [Persevering.] Pertinax, act wisely in the tenant, as if pertaining. [213] now, indeed, making a wanton attack and improper for an audacious man is set forth: But in times past would be a harsh and properly the silversmiths' who demand the [forced] a child, that the values of facts more frequently and more harshly did exact, by seeking from the petulant called for againe. [214] wanton, properly speaking, the same as the petax. For procare is to beg, and so also the marriage suitors are said to Applicants. [215] the Prodigal, sumtuosus, and consumed, and the man who is all he deals with and as it were away also. Migration, properly speaking, man is one who at a distance from their abode and roams abroad, and were put to flight as it were. The sojourner, placed far from his native land, just as the stranger. [216] cast away, as it were afar off, and having been tossed at a distance, just as, and beat, as if him and brought him again; also was the challenge, as if he called him, but the. Cast away, but the proiactatus, and he was driven out, and so, and (Virg. Vanity Fair. 3,699):

Proiectaque the rocks;

that, moreover, is tossed from. [217] There is a law, whose goods are plainly and openly are written. The provision of the order of signify, just as with lawyers and the ruling of. [218] precincts, unencumbered and the armed men and so also the 'getting ready for a', that is, when the arms of the cause of war they were used. Girded, because he had set up something in front of him, in which he is girded. And so also has been said about the Lord (Iohann. 13,5): 'is girded with a towel, and washed the feet of his disciples,' [219] The prize is the province of another 's devastating the country, who he assails him: for driving away the spoil from the booty was called, and the robber, who to have an estate. The freebooter, that is, of the spoil, to whom is due to ahiquid. [220] Plagiator, apo tou PLAGIOU, that is, sideways, having their, the way that it is not certain but is raging pelliciendo wiles. Pirates are pirates, are, of the burning of the ships which pass which took up the said. For those that are pure is a fire. [221] boxer, who from the hand of some money in the hand of anger if reproved. Been embezzlement of, because it is the for the public money DEFRAUDER. Traitor! Virtue of this that the long run. Also, a traitor to the lost, in order that (Virg. Vanity Fair. 1,252):

Stay of one because of the anger
foe, are betrayed.

[222], the faithless, because he fraudulently and "without faith it is, as it were destroying the faith of some. Perjured, because you ever swears, and that is to say ill swears by. But in the word of perjured R does not have. For SWEAR FULLY COMMIT PERJURY, and we do say. [223] a transgressor of the, in bad faith their advocates, and those who are either in an accusation that would harm, and / or in defending the pass, it will be profitable, or dubieque be useless to lay down for the reward, although subject to corruption. Cicero: 'For what is so, forerunner of? " Varus, covered with that is to say very. [224] deceitful, and false, is the deceitful man, from the skin, that is, with her face to. Without, for, to deceive, it smiles on, but within the wickedness and boulders. Profane person, as it were from the temple of and the. For Sacred is not lawful for him to take part. [225] parricide, properly speaking, it is said the murderer be a parent, even though this one of the old parenticidam they said, because of murder, and for a murder wherever it may be, since they are men to men of their peers. [226] The persecutor is not always for evil is understood, and so also investigated, in perfectly followed. [227] there is one that the publican is the revenues of the public demands it. Or he who has the affairs of the state are waiting on the world to gain, from which they are and to call it. [228] The wicked from the youths concubines were, that is, he was called a prostitute, harlot, to rival as it were, which name in a wicked action, in ancient times only used to signify, afterwards he passed has this term in an appeal of all the unjust. [229] to prostitutes, harlots from prosedendo in the meritorious or the wheel. MISTRESS, properly speaking, among the Greeks, it is said, lie with her by the Latins. Is named from the false, that is, dexterous, subdolositate or a lie. " [230] crooked, as if for a long bent. Is the one which vexes the tremble in terror and confusion of the mind. He has the pulsation of the heart, the motion of the heart. For to be afraid to strike of which, in the floors of both. [231] And as Peter was, and, from the disturbance of rocks shall be rupex are named. The feeble minded, a petty mind. Seeking was named after the wild; from whence also we we call the wild and the harlots. [Being brought forward,.] [Pisinnus.]

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[232] The treasurer from the search for the said, as if the judge are to. And profitable. COMPLAINING. Full of complaints, because it lodged a complaint, ing. [233] at rest, that it is it to himself a mind free from care, that no one is the tangent.

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[234] A religious Cicero says (Deor. Nat. 2,72) from the research was called, who hangs back and as it were he coasted back those things which belong to the worship of the divine. These are the 'religious' from the said research, elegentes it as of the elect, out of them that love by loving, understanding, understanding it from the. [235] the said Rationator a great man; that for all his things, the marvels that exist, they can render an account. Discussion of, was demanded, for that to retract back when he is he has omitted. [236] senses she, because he had the mind of madness, as if after it receives, either because it had ceased to be wise, who resapit. He chastises himself for dementia, and confirms that his mind was to the right to live over, taking care not to return again completely. [237] a moment, from a sudden. Recent and an adverb, however, and the name can not be. "Robust, strong, strong; oak tree up by strength to do so. Rapids, the swift of foot. Raptor, because he had corrupting. From there her and raped her because he has been eliminated. [238] guilty of from the thing, out of which, subject to, and the debt of by the accused [is] called. He is guilty of treason, who was first called against the republic he had done something or whatever the enemy had consented. The appointment was made guilty of treason, because it is greater than to harm a citizen of our country more than one. Afterwards, even the majesty of the thing, and those who, in opposition of the said are the majesty of the prince might be seen to have acted, and / or who made the laws of the republic had brought down, useless, and / or useful abrogaverant. [239] a quarrelsome beneath the gaping jaws from the dog 's to say. For I have always order to contradict the he is ready, and disputes, the pleasure is and challenges contention. The farmer so called because, to the country employed in it, that is the land.

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[240] A wise man called from the taste, because just as is fit for the taste of the taste of food to the discerning, so the wise man impart to the subject matter and of causes, of which each one is known, and the meaning of truth is present to us. The opposite of which is a foolish fellow, that it is without savor, nor of any and / or sense of discretion. [241], student of. From the old custom of the Holy One called him that they who had wanted to be purified, were touched by the blood of the victim, and from this the name of the holy they obtained them. [242] and Genuine, as it were without the corruption of, the opposite of which has engendered, vitiated, subject to corruption. The supreme, the most high, as they were above them. And so also the 'Supreme Father' mind. [Is sweet.] Throned on high from the depth of called to be an honor. Strictly speaking, it is said that high not go deep down, in order that (Virg. Vanity Fair. 1,259):

You will carry to raise on high the stars of heaven.

[243] are fair in, from the shape or appearance as a beautiful man from the form. Dextrous, that it is solicitous about the art and useful. For Dextrous, in ancient times it was said, who was the art of all the good things in their ranks. Terence (478 Eun.):

Clever, a youth, I will give.

[244] The superstitious Cicero says (Nat. of the gods. 2,72) were called 'who spent whole days in prayer and inmolabant, that their children might outlive them' afraid, because both lithe and an army of Romans and the RESTLESS. A diligent familiar to the word of Terence, that is without guile; otherwise, is constant. [245] Members are those who are accustomed to come together to the Creed, as it were of persuasion. Are said to to them and to for the sake of the fellowship of danger or of the work, as in a single in the very dark, and continue with one impression. [246] A fool, stupid; heart, just as someone once said (Afran. 416):

I am the me to be a fool, I think: I do not suppose to be a fool, is,

that is to say, indeed, impaired senses, but not to none. Is a fool who is not moved by the injury an astonishment; carries them for the cruelty of vengeance was taken by neither, nor any humiliation inflicted upon motion, to be pain. [247] lazy, does he, that is, without the fire with, and creative intelligence in need. 'Himself', however, without a signified, as he diligently without guile. Secure, as though without care; that is to say cold, through which we receive the unprofitable. [248] is stupid, more often, paralyzed. The proud because over and above the said he appeared to be than it is; For he that will surpass them by which it is, he is proud. [249] They began whispering about the tone of the expression was called, because not in the face of someone, but in the ear, the other is speaking of the disparaging. [250] the rebellious, who cause divisions and strife the soul alone renders us she brings forth, which the Greeks DIASTASIN they say. Severus, as if the true savage is, it binds without piety, for justice. [251] The dissembler it is said by the image; for bears her likeness, which is not him. [252] an advocate of [a, whom he wishes to deceive by persuasion]. [A Student.] Scrupulous, the soul less and sharp rocks. For it is the sand of the scruples of harder. A sacrilegious from that which it is said of the holy law, that is, is stolen. Because it is called an assassin to carry out an with darts, a crime is armed with a. For the sword of Sica is, from the cutting, he was called. [253] stupid, the left and a perverse, apo tou SKAIOU. For there is a very wicked and cruel of mind. On the stage, who are in the theater being performed. For it is the theater of the stage. Whores, which is from the Greeks, too, were called by SKUTE! Which hides with which it is rubbed off, seduction, is made. [254] filthy, that it is and scoundrel. ILLEGAL, full of crimes of that place, and the sandy way is stony. It means more to ILLEGAL But how wicked. [255] The Father, sower of or the father, from the seed. As a buffoon, who is wont to anyone else to follow to indulge in eating. From thence, therefore, from being the followers buffoons name. The same follower, from being the followers. Cries, that cleave to the roof to another, or from the side of the keeper now. [256] was elected, in the place of the other soppositus, as it were suffactus. And so also we say that he was made consul suffect for others it is substituted. [257] The second, because at the feet of:, and the courses from the following is the word that the young men of servants. And so also the good fortune of it is said, that according to us is, that is, are near us. From thence, and the thing of the second, that is also good success. But the second one from being the followers have been stated. [258] a promise of, had been promised. Bargain for is there in promises is, from the words of Lawyers. [259] Sound, from the blood, because without the pale color of it is. [260] [health, he.] The fine from the the said reduction. Mediator in the conflict of man is one who intervenes in the middle, who among the Greeks mesocolon Oh, it is said, with whom she pledges secured by are wont to be taken down. On account of the terms, used by following it came to pass is, that its, who has been elected, let him follow the faith of both of the parties. [261] sessile, that it does not seem to stand, but to sit down. A deaf man, from the filth of the moisture of the ear are conceived; and although the many cases that happens, the name of the patient who, however, retains the aforesaid vices. [262] Dry, that it is exsucatus; or by antiphrasis, that it is without the juice. He was buried at the said is because it is the palpatione without, or without the pulse, that is, without movement. [263] from the exacting the said Saio. Sewing the skins of a shoemaker, from the "named." The swineherd, a shepherd of swine, as the herdsman of his, from the care of oxen.

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[264] Tutor, who help the orphan is their protection, this is the thing; of whom it is said in the custom of the vulgar: "Why do you advise me? And appoint a guardian for and an attendant be overwhelmed in times past '[265] be said that the covenant of witnesses, usually employed, just as the signatories, that the testament Let them. [266] severe was he, the mountain of very rough in the Sabine country. And so little severe, and the grim men we do say. Silent, by being silent in the length of days. [267] Trutinator, being examined, from a judgment of a pound of weighing with a straight line; from the translation of the balance of my, which is the twin sister of the weights dishes. Sorrowful. [268] tough, coins with the image desirous of doing, that it hold. At times, and stubborn. [269] [wildly.] Grim, terrible, because it is a crooked countenance, and the turbulent in sight, such as: 'The grim lioness, "and (Virg. Vanity Fair. 3,677):

We see the light of the people present, in vain, and grim countenance.

[270] is turbid, terrible. Borne you, yourself, on account of the life of the gloomy dark. Teterrimus, for I bring to too much. For a foul for the old I bring to said that they would Ennius (Ann. 607): 'tetris the elephants' is frightening, because he hath, and the terror is in peril. [271] SHIRK, which turns the back of heart, as if to and fro, nor [easy to] what sort it is understood. [272] WINE from the influence of the wine, wine that is to say, the said. In fear, that fear for a long time, that is, the blood, for the fear of the blood cools, who was forced begets fear. [273] a disgraceful, that it is a formless and become numbed.

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[274] A man, by the force. Valuable, from the well, by making use of his own, and / or make use of that well, why can, just as willing to receive information that can be taught. [275] the true one, from the truth, on the one side, and true. The major premise is the truth of how true it, because it is not the truth from the truth, but the true from the truth, he came down. [276] verified, because it is true he says, and the truth is the man who claimed her. Having modesty, it came to pass because it is true blush. [277] Lovely, with fair, from you come from, that is, the blood. [Green, by force and full of juice, as it were by force is rough.] [The living, the, the Living One.] Of the variations which, not of one of the way, all mixed together, but uncertain of the sentence. A bad, because he had his mind in every act of fraud to any easy is turned, and so also is called the twisted wiles of the sentence. [278] Plautus (Epid. 371):

Shrewd [is] the wheel than the potter's clay.

[279] [cheap, that is by the town; for no man 's of gallantry.] Double dealer, because he had the countenance of in different directions, and mind of the invert the face. Next, the crafty and cunning. Violence, for it to use force against. , Like the frenzied evil of the heart and the cheeks of conscience. [280] A transient, because without a path. It is a vain etymology of Venus was lost followed after her. Again, a vain empty, false, in that the memory fades away. [281] Mad, I do not approve a sound man. Given to wine, who also difficult enough to drink, and was intoxicated. Persecuted, turned out, borne by that is to say; from that which is carry, the bars, irritating, as it is have worn a vexasse. Wizard, because he had the poison of the cause of death provided either performed, or sold them. [282] Plasmid, as it were vehitor. There is the shaft and he that hath aboard and he that on board. A hunter, as it were venabulator, that is, from hunting, in which the beasts of crushes him. The four are the offices of the hunter ': vestigatores, investigators of the, alatores, press,.




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