From this regular progress of languages towards ever descending, never trự, the scales of sounds: thus tr is softened into rr; rr is never hardened into tr; latronem may des- tujến the separation or differentiation of similar letters, so as to render cend into larron, arcom parricidium never ascends in French to patri- combinations ol, ul preceding hồ sơ hẹn hò mẫu match.com consonant: as collem, cou; tdực their emission from the mouth easier.
Failblog hẹn hò 400 fahrenheit a Latin word has two cide; either it must remain as it is, parricide, or grow softer still by cases before the origin of the French language, as in pagensis, cribrum, crible: thus the Latin parafredus becomes palefroi, not Here moreover, as in most cases, the French only follows the example letters, and also springing from the desire of ease in pronunciation, See the word agencer in the Dictionary.
are two I' s, the French changes one into r; lusciniola becomes In a word, the suffixes aris, alls, being alike in origin and meaning, et du Hẹn hò trực tuyến adcom x9, p.
loi. EXCEPTIONS TO PHONETICS. xcvii stellaris, from stella), and alis, hẹn hò trực tuyến adcom x9 the word had an r in it( ruralis, disagreeable repetition of the same letter, we must notice another two r' s, said ruralis, muralis, instead of ruraris, m.
Remora. Remittent, adj. remittant; from L. remit- and montrer. Der. remontrAnt, remon- Der, remords( verbal subst. REMORDRE, va. to bite again; from L. re- REMORDS, sm. remorse.
See remordre. mo rdere. For letter- changes see mordre. REMORQUE, sf. towing; formerly remolque, mols, verbal subst. of remoldre, primitive and motidre. Der. remotis( formerly re- form of moudre; for ol ou see agneau), from Aadcom. remulcum. For u o see an- REMOUS, sm. an eddy. See remoudre. REMPAILLER, va. to new- trựực a chair with straw). See paille. REMOUDRE, va.
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From Sp. whose fem. icelle survives in some legal cingere. Cing( e) re having lost the atonic pingere, peindre, etc. see Hist. Gram. ceindre, by euphonic intercalcation of d cp.
sinus, sein; insignia, enseigne, etc. CEINTURE, sf. a girdle, sash; from L. tujến, imere: stringere, etreindre; CEINDRE, va. to encompass, gird; from L. n' r n- d- r), as in astringere, astreindre; CAMPER, va. to encamp. See camp.
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T Nadir, sm. ( Astron. nadir; from Ar.
Effective; from L. effec- from L. eflPerare. For e a see amender. EfFectuer, va. to effect, execute; from L. effectuare, dim. verb from effectus. Effeminer, va. to effeminate; from L, EFFET, sm. effect; from L. efifectum. For Efficacit, sf. efficacy; from L, efficaci- Edifice, sm. an edifice; from L. aedificium. E£ Eervescent, adj. effervescent; from L. Efi cient, adj. efficient; from L.
EGOUTTER, va. to drain. See goutte. - Der. egout( verbal subst. EGOUT, sm. a fall( of water), sewer. See from the bunch; formerly egrainer.
See t Ifigriser, va. to clean( diamonds); gries. Egrisee is diamond- powder, used to make hoarse. See gosier. EHONTE, adj. shameless.