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COMPLETE

RUSSIAN-ENGLISH
DICTIONARY

By

A.

ALEXANDROW.

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THIRD EDITIOX, REVISED A.VD EXURGED.

ST.

PETERSBURG.
1904.

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ger

(/mm
her

ONDOX: DAVH) XUTT,


gc.^.
grammatical,
heraldry,

57-59 Lo.vc; Acrk,

W.C.

OBl^HCHEHIE
coKpameHiH m SHaKOBi), ynoTpeSuflewibixi)

bi.

stoniI)

cjioeapt.

accusative case.

hist

history.

adj

adjective.

hunt

ado

adverb.
adverbial locution.
agriculture.
algebra.

hyd., hydr
ichth
indecl

hunting.
hydraulics.
ichthyology.

ace.

nccns

adv. Joe
agr., agric
alg

arith.
art., artil
.

iron
join

artillery.

jiir

indeclinable.
indefinite.
.

instrumental case.
interjection.
ironically.

joinery.

jurisprudence.
law.
little used.

ast.,

astr
astrol

astronomy.

laio

astrology.

lit.

augm

augmentative.

log

hib., bibl

biblical.

mach

hot

botany.

mas.,

build

building.

math

case.

meeh.

cares

caressingly.
carpentry.

med

chir

chemistry.
cbirurgical.

meteor
mil

chron

chronology.

min

mineralogy.

coll

colloquial.
collective.

mm

music.

myth

mythology.
not used.
natural history.

carp

chem

coUec,

collect.

logic.

mason

...

met. metal

com

commerce.

n. us

co7np

comparative.
contempt.
conjunction.
cookery.

nat.

con
conj
cook
dat.

dim

dipl
disd
.

architecture.
arithmetic.

anatomy.

anat
apoth
arch

'

apothecary.

indef.
instr., instnim.
inter., interj

...

machinery.
masonry.
mathematics.
mechanics.
medicine.
metallurgy.
meteorology.
military.

hi.^t

naut
neg

nautical.

num

number.

dative.

obs

obsolete.

diminutive.
diplomatic.

opt

optics.

orn

disdainfully.

p,

ornithology.
participle present.
painting.
particle.
participle past.
perfect aspect.

negative.

pr

disparagingly.

paint

eecl

ecclesiastic.

partic

engr

engraving.

part,

ent

entomology.

perf.

fam

familiar.
farriery.
figurative.
forgery.

2)harm

pharmacy.

philol
philos

philology.

2)hot

photography.

fortification.

phys

future.
genitive case.

disp.,

dispar

far
fig

forg

philosophy.

ger

geology.
geometry.
gerund.

pres
print

physics.
physiology.
plural.
poetically.
popular.
preposition.
prepositional.
present.
printing.

gram

grammatical.

pron

pronoun.

her

heraldry.

pron. dem

pronoun demonstr

fort
fut

geneal
geod

genealogy.

physiol
pi
poet

geodesy.

pop

geog., geogr
yeol

geography.

prep
prepos

gen

geom

*j-

pronoun indefinite.
pronoun personal.
pronoun possessive.
pronoun relative.

surg

proverb.
railway.

threat

rail

rhet

rhetoric.

V.

pron. ind
irron. pers
2>ron. pasf;
pro7i. rel., relat.

prov

s,

substantive

surgery.
technology.

tech
theat., fheatr.

theol

typ
a

common.

V.

imp

V.

irr

V.

n.

V.

V.

V.

rec, recip.

theatre.
theology.
tlireatening.

typography.
verb active.
vero impersonal.
verl) irregular.

s,n

sculpture.
substantive feminine.
singular.
Slavonic.
substantive masculine.
substantive neuter.

sport
superl

sport.

vulg

reciprocal.
veterinary.
vulgar.

superlative.

zool

zoology.

sculp
g f

sing
si

s,m,

vet.

.......

....

........

verb
verb
verb
verb

neuter.
passive.
reflective.

^epTa oananaeTt noBTOpeHie cioBa.


^epxo'jKa aaM'inacTi Ha'iaao caoiia.

SnaKx 3T0TI pasfltMeTT, pasHua sHaiOHi^ cjioBa, a TaKJKC h (I)pa3H, rjiaBiibia cjioBa
KOTopHxii nepcRCj5enH paajH^uHMH aurjiiflcKHMH caoBaMH hah iiepH({)pa3aMH.

PyCCKO-AHMIMCKIM C/lOBAPb.

nO/lHbIM

ABaHCb,

s. m. advance.
ABaHxaasHbiJi, adj. advantageous; pretty.
ABaHxaaK-B, s. m. advantage, profit; coll. ounib
Go -a:*, to look well, pretty.
j]

n. the first letter of the Russian alphabet.


A,
A, conj. and, but; ^eAosthK^ npednoAataemo, a
Boio pacno^alaenl^, man proposes and God disposes MHih HyMHu He deuuu, a coennio, it is not
Eioney but advice that I want.
A! Aa! inter, ah! well!
AaHFH^'B, s. m. the winter duck.
A6aa:ypi, s. m. lamp-shade; Venetian blind.
.<;.

||

ABaHxypHH'b, s. vi. viin. avanturine, aventu-pHHHHtt, -pnHOBHfi, adj.


ABaHxiopncxx, s. m. adventurer.
ABapiH, s. f. com. average, damage, injury;

rine;|l

-pifiHEJ^, adj.
ABrypi-j s- "> augur; -pcKift, adj. augural,
augurial, belonging to an augur.
AOaKa. s. f. arch, abacus.
ABrycxiiHeii,ij s. m. Augustinian, Austin-friai*.
A66aTHCCa, s. f. abbess.
ABxycxi., s. m. August, month of August; nepAodaTCKitt, adj. belonging to an abbot, ab-cxa, the first of August.
oaio
abbatial.
batical,
ABrycxBlimifl, adj. most august, august.
AOSfiTCTBO, s. n. abbacy, abbotship; abbey.
Abiiso, s. n. aviso, advice-vessel, advice-boat.
AfidaTTb, s. m. abbot.
ABOCb, Abocb-.ihOo, adv. pop. perhaps; dtb.iamh
AO^HKai^ia, s. f. abdication; -n,ioHHHii, adj.
ua asocb, to do at random, at a venture, at chance.
of abdication.
ABpa-it, s. VI. naut. (a word of command) all
A6eppau,iH, s. f. astr. opt. aberration.
hands on deck! -.ibHHii, adj. -.ibnaa pa6oma,
ACsai^'b, s. m. print, a fresh paragraph.
work performed by all the crew.
AdJieraxt, s. m. ablegate, vicar of the legate.
AspaH-b, s. m. bot. centaury; dttKih, hedge
ACoHeMeHTTb, s. m. subscription; ama Kuuza ue
hyssop.
be
^not
to
is
daemon e^, ueudeim o^, this book
ABpiiKy.ia, s. f. hot. auricula.
lent, is nor for lending; ne eh cuenio -MeHTa, the
ABpnniirMeHX'b, s. vi. min. orpiment.
free list suspended.
ABpopa, s.f. aurora.
ASoHCHTt, s. m. subscriber.
ABCxpa.ibHMft, adj. austral, southern.
AGoHHpOBaHie, s. n. -poBKa, s. f. subscribing.
ABCxp-b, s.m. auster, southern wind.
AOoHHpoBaxb, V. a. to pay a subscription, subadj. autobiographic, auABXo6iorpa(X)HiecKiif,
be
subscribe,
a
to
v.
r.
(ua
umo),
CH
scribe to;
tobiographical.
ticket
for;lpart. p.
subscriber to^ take a season
ABXo6iorpa#ifl, s. f. autobiography.
-poBaHHUfi, subscribed to; having an entry, free
ABXo6iorpa(]()'r,, s. vi. autobiographer.
(ticket).
ABXorpa(J>ia, s. f. autography.
A6op;i;aa:'B, s. m. naut. boarding; -;i,aaKHHfi, adj.
ABXOrpiUJf)!., s. VI. autograph.
A6op;i;HpoBaxi., v. a. naut. to reach or approach
Ij

||

||

i|

|l

||

Jl

|j

the shore; to board, come

alongside; to run foul;

-jjHpyiomee cydno, boarding ship.


ASopHrcHbi, s. 7)1. pi. aborigines,
A6paKa;j;a6pa,

s. f.

ABXOKpaxia,
autocratic,

natives.

abracadabra.

AOpHKOCt, s. VI. apricot; -KOCHEiilf, -kocoBMii, adj. apricot, apricot-coloured.


ASpHCt, s. m. outline, sketch, contour.
AOceHTi., s. m. absinthe, bitters, absinthium.
A6coJiiOTH3M'L, s. VI. absolutism.

s. f.

uutocracy;

||

-XHiecKitt, adj.

al.

ABXOMaxu.^Mi, s. m. automatism.
ABxoMaxHiecKiii, adj. automatic, al.
AsxoMax'b, s. m. automaton.

||

-ho, adv.
AGcTpaKTHufij see OTsaeqeHKHfi.
A"iOc'rpiisii,iH, ,?./". see OrBJicieHie.
AScoJiioTHUfi, adj. absolute;

||

ly.

s^ m. absurdity, absurdness.
A6n,Heca,
/. geom. absciss, abscissa.
AdajTitf s. m. deal (in a game of chance at

A(cyp;i;'iij

.s.

s. VI.

motor-car.

autonomy.
ABxoHOMHbiii, adj. autonomous, autonomic.

ABXOHOMia,

s. f.

ABXopHxexH&ifi,

adj. authoritative.

ABxopiixexT., s. VI. authority.


ABXOpCKifl, adj. author's,belonging to an author.
ABX0pcxB0,s.7^. profession of author, authorship.

ABXopcxBOBaxb,

v.n. to exercise the profession

of an author.

ABXOpi.,

s. VI.

author.

Ara! inter, ah! ah! s.m. aga.


AraBa, s. f. hot. agave.
AraMa, s. f. zool. agama.
Arapb, s. f. bird, snipe.
Arax-b, s.m. agate; -xOBHii, -XHbifl, adj.
AreHxypa, s. f. Arencxso, s. n. agency.
J,

cards).

AOuiHA*, s. VI. mil. certificate of discharge.


ABaHrapj^x, s.m. mil. van-guard, van: ";i,HHii,
j]

adj.

ABaHsaaa^

ABXOMo(>ii.ib,

s.

ABannocTTb,
ABaHcn^ena,

/'.

entrance-room, anteroom.

s. vi.
s. f.

inil.

advanced

post.

fore-scene, proscenium.

l|

ArcHxi,

s.

m. agent;

;i

-xcKifi, adj.

AFHT

AKKP

ArHTaij^p'L, s.m. agitator, seditionary, mutineer,

A^^'LioxaHTi; s. i. aid-de-camp, adjutant; renepajii.


adjutant-general; hojikoboS
adjutant-major; njiaux
assistant of a town-major;
-CKiuf, adj.
Aaiio; s.m. indecl. com. agio; see .laa^.
A:KioxaaE:'B; s. m. stock-jobbing.

rioter,

agitation; see BojineHie,


agitate; see Bo;i ho bstb.
Ariacma^ s. f. holy water, the water of baptism.
Arnen;*, s. m. dim. arH^HKi, lamh, agnus; cath.

ArHTai^ia,

s.

/'.

ArHTHpoBaTB,

V. n. to

||

AacypHHit, adj. open-work.


X^SB.!,, AacHO, adv. even, so that.
Asaaia, s. f. hot. azalea.

||

host.

ArHHi^a,

ewe;

s. f.

||

fig.

an

innocent

girl,

AaapiHHiaxB,

the hazard

simpleton.

ArHOBM

B-BXBH,

s.

pi.

f.

branches

of

v.

to hazard,

n.

run or stand

of.

AsapxHBifi; adj. audacious, irritable; hazardous;


a game of chance.

the

-ana mpa^

Palestine willow.

Asapx*,

ArHiitt, adj. lamb's.

ArOHia,

{j

II

nacxaAhuuti,
consecrated wafer, offering;
paschal lamb; -He^HEiii[; adj. pertaining to the
host,

agony.
ArpaMaHTt, s. m. ornament, adornment.
ArpapHMft, adj. agrarian.

fly

s. f.

s.

m. anger,

irritability;

eoumu <3o

into a passion, to lose one's temper.


A36ecxi., s. m. asbestos; -cxOBBitt,
||

adj.

to

as-

bes^tine.

AsOyKa, s. f. dim. asdy^Ka^ alphabet, spellingArpacpt, s. m. clasp.


book, abc-book; HomnaH
ArpeccHBHMli, adj. aggressive.
mus. the scale, gamut;
dmo Oah mchh KumaucKaH
ArpHKjrjibTypa, s. f. agriculture,
it is Hebrew to me;
-.yiHUH, adj. alphabetic.
ArpoHOMifl, s. f. agronomy; -HOMH^ecKiiij
AsOyiHHKi, s. 7/i.-HHi^a, s.f. an abecedarian,
adj. agronomical.
AsHMyxi, s.m. astr. azimuth; KOMnaci., s. m.
ArpoHOMt, s. in. agriculturist,
Ary, aryHWuiKH, interjection addressed to little naut. azimuth-compass; -XHEifit, adj.
AsoxHCXOEHCiBiA, adj. "Jiaa. eo.it, nitrite.
children to make them smile.

II

i|

||

AsoxHORHCJiBitt, adj. -jaa co.ih, nitrate.


Asoxi, s.m. chem. azote; -XHBift, -XHCXuii,

Arj'TH, s. m. indecl. zool. agouti.


A^aasio, s. n. indecl. mus. adagio.
Aj^aMJiHTOBHft, adj. adamantine;

||

firm,

fig.

||

steadfast.

adj. azotic, azotous,

consisting of azote;

nitrous,

nitry.
^

A;^auaHT'B, s. m. adamant, diamond.


AsTb, pron. si. I; s. m. the letter A; om asa
A;^aMOBi, adj. -Mosa roaoBa, death's-head; ||6o^. lAaaa ue 3Haem^, he does not know a from b; eumandrake, mandragora; -mobo aCjOKO^ anat. dnmh ua asaxi, to be at the abc.
||

jj

Adam's-apple.

Att, inter, hey! ohljjs.

m. com. letter of advice.


A;i;BOKaTypaj s. f. A;i;BOKaTCTBo,

s.

n. advo-

cateship, advocacy.

A;^BOKaTi, s. m. advocate; -axCEitt; adj.


A;^eHOJioria, s. f. adenology.
A^iieHOTOMia, s. f. adenotomy.
A;^enT'B, s. m. adopt,
||

adj. administrative.

A;i;MHHHCTpaTop'B, s. m. administrator.
A;i;MHHHCTpimia, s. f. administration.
A;^MHpaJTeiiCKift, adj. belonging to the admiralty.

Afl,MHpaaTeftCTBO,

s.

n. admiralty;

navy-office;

(lock-yard.

zool. ai, sloth.


see

Kbhtx;

|j

aftBO-

BBifl, adj.

Aapii; s.m.

A^BOKtiTCTBOBaTB, V. n. to advocate, exercise


the profession of an advocate.

A;^MHHHCTpaTUBHEifi,

?i,

Afina, s.f. quince (fruit);

A;];bji31>^ s.

sweet-rush, sweet seg,


geranium, pelargonium.
Amcx'b, s. m. stork; -xobbiu^ adj.
Ahcb, s. m. mus. A sharp or La sharp,
AKa;i;eMHK'B, s. m. an academician.
AKa^^eMHCXi, s. m. academist.
AKa;i;eMHiecKift, adj. academic,
-ckh,
al;
hot. sweet-flag,

Ahcxhhk^,

m.

s.

hot.
i|

adv.

cally.

AKa;i;eMia,

AKaHX'B,
ARaii,ia;

s.

[j

academy.
m. arch, acanthus.
s. f.

s. f.

acacia-tree, acacia.

AKiiOHCXHHK'B; s. m. book of acathisti.


AKJiOHCxtj S.m. acatliistus;|| ""CxaBifi, adj.
AEBamapnaii, s. in. aquamarine; - HHHElft^
||

A/TMHpa.iTcttCTB'B-CoB-BT'B, s. m. the board of -lIHOBBlfi; C(dj.


admiralty.
ARBapeaacxTb, s. m. painter in water colours.
A^^UHpiiJX, s.vi. admiral; roo/. admiral-shell,
AKBapCtiB^ s.f. picture in water colours; -nufl,
cornet (shell); {["hjihCKiAf adj. -ajbCEitt nach, adj.
AEBiipiii; see AKsapiyMi.
admiral's hour (old custom to take a glass of
hrandg at noon).
AEBapiyM7., s. m. aquarium.
A;i,MHpiiJii.CTBO, s. n. admiralship.
AEBaxiiHxa, s. f. aquatint.
A;^MHpajiBiua; s. f. wife of an aihniral.
AEBe;^yKX'i., s. m. aqueduct.
A/Toni>j udj. belonging to hell, to tht; infernal
Aebhjoh'B, s. m. aquilon, the north wind.
regions.
Arm, conj. si. as; -Ou, as if, as well as.
AAOHiiiecKift, adj.cmuxi, adonic verse.
ARHJioii, s. m. ARBaaeria, s. f. hot. aquilegia.
Aj^pocaTt, s. m. addressee; receiver of a letter.
AERanMaxHsaii^ia, s.f. acclimation, acclimatiza;]

II

AAPf^cnutt, adj. of address; 6 HJi en., certifictojit., address-office.


cate of town-residence;
A;^pccoBaTb, v. a. to address, direct;
-ca,
V. r. (i:z >:oM)/), to address one's self to;\\ part. p.
||

-OBUHHUn.
A;^pcc'i>, s. m. address, direction; petition; 6.iaio,an address of thanks;
dapfmncHiihih
KajieH,';apB,
s. rn. Directory (Post-office JJirectorg);
KOiiTopa,

II

A;^7.j

.s.

m. hell, infernal regions.

A;^'bK)HKT7.,
adj.

s. 3".

adjunct,

assistant;

|l

ARR.iiiMaxHBHpoBaxB, V. a. to acclimatize,
acclimate; -ca, v. r. to become acclimatized^^^^et
"*'
used to a climate.
AKEo,ia;:^a, s. /'. mus. brace, accpAra'e.
ARROMo;^imia, s. f. accomodation.
Arkoi);^'!., s.m. mus. chord- |l'-;^Hrjft, adj.
.\'^.-K0MnaHeMeuT7., s.m. mus. accumpaniment.
||

^^

AiiKUMnauiipoBaxB, v. a. mis. to accompany;


to accompany one's self; eny -poBaaa, he
was accompanied.
ly.
AEEOMiianiaxopi; s. ih. accompanist.
-xCKift,
ARRpe^'^HxoBaHie, s. n. AKEpe;i(lToBRa, 5.
ac-

passport-otfice.
A;'^CKift, adj. infernal, liellish; diabolical;
Heiib; .s. 7/1. lapis inf -rnalis; -CKH, adc.

.9. /'.

tion.

||

Ka-

ccnih,

/".

creditation.

AKKP
AsKpe,i;HTOBaTB,

v.

a. dipl. to accredit;

geom. alidade.
m. chem. alizarine.
AJHKBaHXHUtt, adj. math. - aaa

com. to

AJH;^ii;](a,

||

accumulator.
AKKypaxHOCTb, s. f. accuracy, exactness.
AKKypaTHufi, adj. accurate, punctual; -ho,

m.

s.

jjJiys.

s. f.

AjHsapuHit,

give credit, open credit with any one; -ch, v. 2^.


tc be accredited; \\part.2}. -TOBaHHHft, accredited.

AKKyMy-iaxopi.,

A^l^H

A.inEB6xHi>iii[, adj.
AjU(I>a, s. f. drying

AjB(J)HXb,

adv.\j.
.s\

Akohhtii, s.
AKpn.^a, s. f.
AKpofiax-fc,

.^!.

AKCioJia,

||

mil. shoulder-knot.

axiom.

s. f.

ApxepCTBO, s. n.
AKxepcxBOsaxb,

profession of an actor.
0. n. to exercise the profession

of an actor, be an actor.
AKxepx, s. m. actor, player; -pcKiii, adj.
AKXHBHUtt, adj. active; operating, operative.
AkxhbIi, s. m. com. assets.
AcxOBBitt, adj.3a^^, public hall (of a school);
Baa ojj.Maia, stamped paper.
||

AKxpiica,

3HM0p0A0K%.
AjiEoroauieCEifl, adj. alcoholic, al.
AJiEoroJiHSiM'b, s. m. alcoholism.
A.iKoro.iHE'b, s. 7)1. habitual drunkard, dipsomaniac.
AJiKoroab, s. m. alcohol.
AjKopaHX, s. m. alcoran, the koran.
fasting, temAJiBOxa, s. f. great appetite;
||

perance.

actress.

s.f.

AKxyapiyci, s. m. actuary, clerk; secretary;


-ycHbiit, pdj.
AKXt, s. m. roll, deed; document; title-deed; 00euHunie.ibHuu, indictment; KprbnocmHoii, title
act (of a ijlaij); annual session;
of possession;
solemnity of uniI)ublic act; nHuoepcamemcKiu
versity; aKXU, pjl. records (papers).
AKyja, s. f. shark.
AKYnyHKxypa, s. f. chir. acupuncture.

Ajjaxi, s. m. Allah.
AjiJieropHCX'b, s. m. allegorist, allegorizer.

',|

jl

\\

AjjeropuiecKitt,
ado.

s. f.

-Kaa laAvfhispering-dome, whispering-gallery; -ckh,


adv. according to the acoustics.
AKyniepKa, s. f. midwife.
AKymepcxBO, s. n. midwifery; obstetrics.
AKyinept, s. m. accoucheur, man - midwife;
AKycxiqecKift,

adj.

Aji.iHraxop'b,

AjUHJiyia,

AaJionaxia,

natural).
AEii,H;^eHi^ia,
custom.

s. f.

perquisites,

AKii;ii8'B, s. m. excise;
ynpa'j.ieHie, excise office.

-SHBift,

fees;

adj.

chance

- 3Hoe

AEi^ioHep'b, s.m. actionary,share-holder;||-HepHuit, adj. -pHoe oomecmoo, joint-stock company.


AEJ^ia, s. /'. share, stock.
AJia;];bH^ see

AjJiOHiixi,

s. f.
s. TO.

Aaaoxponia,

s-.

ado.
cally.
AjrH;i;uutt, adj. med. algid, cold.
A.ie6ap;i;a, s. f. halberd; -j^Huft, adj.
Ajedap;i;mHKT>, s. m. halberdier.
AaeOacxpi., s. m. alabaster; -poBufi, adj.
AjieKcaH;i;pux'B, s. m. min. chrysoberyl.
.memo, Alexandrian
AaeKcaH;^pifi[CKiff, adj.
senna; cmux^, Alexandrian verse; -CEaa 6i/.Haia,
royal paper.
AaeMouK'B, s. m. chem. alembic.
AaeHbEifi, adj. dim. see A;iuh.
AaexpnCB, s. w. bot. dragon-tree.
Aaa, A.is, pop. see Hjih, PaaBi.
||

||

A.in6H,

s.

n. laic, alibi.

||

-ckh,

allopathy.
allopathist.

s.f. allotropy; isomerism.


adj. geol. alluvial.

AaJiWBiaabHHft,

AaJiH)Bift, s. 7)1. geol. alluvion, alluvium.


AJiaropTb, s. m. pace, gait (of a horse).
AJiHasHHBi, s. m. jeweller.
AJiMa3<iHK%, s. 7)1. diamond-cutter, lapidary.
A.iMa3i>, s. TO. dim. -Maaei^'b, -:(ia3HB'b, diamond; jewel; -set, pi. diamonds; jewelry; -Mas||

||

HEJA, adj. of diamond.


Aao, naut. ho! hoa! ship ahoy!
A.iOBaxbiA, adj. di))i. rather ruby-coloured; see
Ajiuh.
Ajib&f s. TO. bot. aloe, aloes; -Huii, adj. aloetic.
jj

Aaocxb,
Ajxapb,

Oxa^hn.

/".
algebra.
A.ire6pa,
AJireOpaHCX'B, Ajrefipacxt, s. m. algebraist.
AjreOpauiecKitt, adj. algebraic, al;il -ckh,

w. alligator.
indecl. hallelujah.

Ajijioj^i, s. m. allodium, freehold.


A.iJionaxiaqecKiu, adj. allopathic, al;
a(Zy. cally.

||

s.

s. f.

AjiJio;i,iaJibHuii[, adj. allodial, allodian.

to accent, accentuate.
Aki^chx^b, s. m. accent; accentuation.
AKi^enxaxopi, s. m. com. accepter.
s. f. com. acceptance.
AKii;enxoBaxb, v. a. to accept (a bill of exchange);
-ca, v.p. to be accepted; ]|jjar^. p. -xoBaHHtift.
AKD,H^eHXH, s.m. pi. mus. accidents (flat, sharp,

see

||

a.

AKi^enxania,

- ckh,

||

mus. allegretto.
JToxepea.
Aji.icrpo, s. n. indecl. mus. allegro.
Ajjea, s. f. dim. -aeftEa, avenue, walk; -.leii-

AjJierpH, s.n.

-pCEifir, adj.
0.

allegorical;

s.f. allegory.
s. n. indecl.

II

AEi^eHXOBaxb,

adj.

ly.

Aji.ierpexxo,

HEifir,

acoustics.
adj. acoustic; cffO(?s,

jiepeji,

Aaaeropia,

\\

||

AKycxHKa,

to cover with drying oil.

V. a.

AjEiiHie, s.n. hunger, thirst; ||/"i^. eagerness,


strong desire, longing after, for.
AjiBaxb, v.n. to be hungry, thirsty; to hunger,
thirst; to long for.
AjiKepMeCT., s. m. alkermes.
AjEioHi, s. /. bird, halcyon, king-fisher; see

acrobat, rope-dancer.

m. acropolis.
s. m. acrostic.

AKpoCTHXt,
Aspi, s. in. acre.
AKceasOaHTi, s. m.

uacmb, aliquot part.

i'.

zool. locust.
).

-aaa

oil (f>r colours).

AjKaJif, s.n. indecl. chem. alkali.


A.iEaJU3HpoBaxb,
a. to alkalize, alkalizate.
AaEa.iHnecKift, adj. alkaline.

m. acolyte.
m. bot. aconite.

.^.

AEpono.ib,

mcyhs.

aliquant pait.

||

Akcihti,

s.

ruby-colour.
TO. sanctuary, chancel (in the Greek

s. f.

s.

church);\\ altar;

Aaxett,

s.

||

m.

-xapawtt,

adj.

bot. althcea.

Ajixmhhhk'b,

s. to.

-HHi^a,

s. f.

scrape-penny,

skinflint, pinch-penny, pinch-fist, niggard.


AjxhiBHuqaxb, 0. n. pop. to be niggardly or

sordidly parsimonious, be stingy; to pinch.


AaxuH-b, s. m. three-copecks (ancient

-Huff,
ll

coin);

adj.

alphabet; no -xy, alphas. TO.


-XHHii, adj. alphabetic, al.
AaxiiMUK-b, s. TO. alchemist; -MHqecKifl, adj.
A.i<K)aBiix'B,

betically;

II

11

alchemical.

AaxiiJiia,
f. alchemy.
A.iioa, s.f. see AjKanie.
Aaqanqaxb, i>. ?i. to be greedy, long greedily
..

after, for.

A.iiHOCib,

s. f.

greediness, avidity.
1*

Ajmn

AHAP

AMexHcxoBHKT>, s. 771. matrix of amethyst.


AJi^Hutt, adj. famished, greedy of, eager for,
AMexHCXt, s.m. amethyst; -HCXOBHfi, adj.
covetous; -ho, adv. with avidity, greedily.
amethystine.
Aji^Tffl,itt, part. act. thirsty; longing, yearning
AMiirji.aaHH'b, s. m. chem. amygdaline.
for, greedy of.
AMHr;^aab, s. m. AMHr^^aaoBufi, adj. see MehAJufi, adj. dim. aaeHbKift, blood-red, rubyaaaB, MHHxajii.HhiH.
coloured: -ao, ado.
AMHacHX., s. m.. chem. amylene.
Aaupa, AjiMpmHKT., -m,Hn,a, see Ajspa.
AMUHb, adv. amen.
AawpHTb, v.n. pop. to deceive, dupe, cheat;
AMianxx., s. m. amianth, amianthus; -anxojj

to,

to juggle.

II

|i

Bbift, adj.

AjiupH, s. c. deceiver, cheat, swindler.


AjibCaxpocb, s. m. zool. albatross.
AjibOnroititBJ,

s.

AjibOuHKSM'b,
copathy.
AjibfiHHocb,

s. f. coll.

guage).
m. pi. hist, albigenses.
AMMiaK'b,
m. albinism, albiuoism, leu-

s.

s.

m. chem. ammonia,

s.

AMMiaiHUii,

s. f.

s.m.

albino-

Amop<K)H3M1.,

||

AjbTt'pHaxHBa,

alternative.
altimetry.
altimeter.
AJibTHCTT,, S.m. counter-tenor singer; ||violist.
AabTpyiiSMt, s. m. altruism.
AabT-bj s. m. counter-tenor; viola, tenor-violin;
s. f.

s. f.

AsioptpHbifl, AMop(|)HMecKift, adj. amorphous.


AMnepi, A\ m. phys. ampere.
Asinaya, s. n. indeel. theat. department, line of
character.

AMnyTan,ia,

AJbTHMexpia, s. f.
AabTHMexpi, s. m.

x>.

.?.

mil. articles of outfit, mus. f.


-HHqHHfl, adj.
AMyHHtHHKX., s. m. mil. magazine of uniforms.
Awypaxbca, o. n. coll. iron, to court, pay court

AMyHHii,iH,
nition;

iTOBbii^, adj.
alpha, the

Greek

of the

first letter

|'

]|

Aaaiio, ado. see

AaauoBaxo.

AaanoBaxocTb,

s.

clumsiness,

f.

coarseness,

chir. amputation.

s. f.

a. to amputate.
AMnyxapoBaxb,
m. amulet, talisman.
AMyaext,

il

alphabet; the beginning.


Ajib(|>pecKO, s. n. indeel. fresco.
Aa-bTb, V. n. to grow blood-red, ruby-coloured;
-ca, V. n. to appear rather blood-red.
AawMKHitt, s.m. aluminium (metal).

amorphism.
amorphy.

s. m..

AMop^HOCXb,

l|

s. f.

to,

Ij

woo.

Aiuypi, s. m. myth. Cupid,


AM(|)HOioabria, s. f. nat.

jj

love.

hist, amphibiology;
-aoriinecKiii, adj. amphibiologic, al.
AMiliHOioaor-b, s. m. amphibiologist.
AM<]{)H6ia, s.f. amphibious animal; see Somho-

BOAHoe.

amphibrach;
AiiJ)H6paxiii, s. m.
adj. amphibrachic, al.
AM(j()uCKiH, s. m. pi. geog. amphiscii,

roughness.

jj

AaanoBJiTHii, adj. coarse, clumsy, rough;

|1

,]

s. f.

6paxH-

-to, lecKitt,

(sdy.;-ly, msily.
Aaanbiiif, adj. see

AMasouKa,

see

|J

AJlbfivMUH'b, s. m. albumen; -HHHft, adj.


AabKUBi, s.m. arch, alcove; -KOBHEifir, adj.
AJibManaxT., s. m. almanac.
AJbnara, $. f. alpaca.
Ajbnapu, adv. com. at par.

female rider;

ammony.

ammoniac, ammoniacal.

adj.

AJib(|)a,

childish lan-

AMMoniu, s. ni. chem. ammonium.


Ammohhxi, s. ?n. ammonite.
<^
y
AMHMCxia, s.f. amnesty, general pardon;
album, keepsake; -oomhhb,
Bcenpomenie.
-HOCKa,

m. albino;

adj.

Ij

bow-wow, dog (in

woman.
AjibOoM'B,

AitfKa,

cians.
AjianOBaTuii.
AJKpHxeaxpii,
amazon; lady on horseback,

s.

m.

amphitheatre;

j|

amphis-

-axpaab-

||

ubiif, adj. amphitheatral.

riding-habit.

AMiJuixploHT., s. m.. amphitryon.


s. f. chem. amalgam;
fig. medley,
AM(]()opa, s. f. amphora.
hodge-podge; see CopxyiKa.
AHa6aiiTU3M'b, s. ?. anabaptism.
AMaabraMaii,ia, s. f. chem. amalgamation.
AHaOanxHCTi., s. m. anabaptist.
AMaabraMHpoBaxb, v. a. chem. to amalgamate;
AHarpaMMSi, s. f. anagram.
\fi(l. to amalgamate, mix, blend.
AnaKpcoHXHiecKifl, adj. anacreontic.
AMaHaxi, s. m. hostage, pledge.
AuaaaB-b, s.m. pectoral, breast-plate Co/" Miowi-j.
AMapaHXT., s. m. bot. amaranth, cockscomb,
AaaaeKXtT, s. m. pi. analects.
love-flower; -xoBuft, adj. amaranthine, amaranth,
AHaaiiaiipoBaxb, o. a. to analyze; gram, to
amaranth-coloured.
parse.
AMaxepi., s. m. amateur, lover.
AaaaHBHCb, AHaaiisi, s. m. analysis; gram.
AMfiapro, >'. n. indeel. naut. embargo.
AM^iapHuff, U'lj. of storehouse, warehouse; s. m. parsing.^
Aiiaaiicx'b, AHaaiixHRii, s. m. analyzer.
warehouse-keeper.
AiiaaiixifKa, s. /". analytics; -xuieCKiii, adj.
AMriuiiiuHKii, s.m. warehouse-man.
AMrtapiiuma, s. f. AMOapuoe, s. n. com. ware- analytical.
AnaaoriisMx., s. m. analogism.
housing, storatre, loft-rent, warehouse-rent.
- ckh,
analogical;
adj.
AHaaorH'iecKiil,
AMGap-b, s. m. warehouse, storehouse; x.iit,i'-

AMaabraMa,

mixture;

ji

coZZ.

||

II

||

||

|j

i,

Huh

corn-lo{"t,

granary;

c.t.iadhiaaiiih

ah

to lay

up, to house; store, provision, stock.


AMr)iiu,ia, s. f. ambition; self-love.
A.u6pa, s. f. amber; -OpoBUtt, adj. of amber,

adv.

\'j.

AHa.ioripinMil, adj. analogous, similar.

Anaaoria,

s. f.

:i

AMrpn.3ypa, s. f. fort, embrasure; -pHUrt, adj.


AMTtposia, AMBpoaia, s. /'. myth, ambrosia;
-SMICf'Rift, (Ulj.
AMrtyaaxopia, s.f. ambulatory; -piiutt, rf(/y".
AMryiuiopi., s. m. miis. embouchure; blowing,
tonguing.
A.MBuu'b, s.m. arabo; tribune, estrade; -bohi|

il

;;

-Hacnaa

melaceous plants.
Ananci^TH'iocKitt, adj. anapestic.
AHiiuecx'i., s. m. anapest.
AiiapxiiSMi, s. ni. anarcliism.
AiiapxiicxT.,

s.

m. anarchist.

ij

HKiitf adj.

AMcpiiKaousM'b,

s\

m. americanism.

-HacHMit,,
il

meiiAuna, -nacnaa
y;o('ca,pinery; -uaciiaa K.iyijiiKicn, pine-strawberry;
-Hiicuija, anaitacoBHjiiHbia pacmcniH, bot. broadj.

-iiaooBijtJf,

amber.

analogy, similarity.

Aiianacb, s.m. pine-apple, ananas;

AHapxiiuecKift, adj. anarchical.


.Vnapxia, s. f. anarchy.

AHAT
AHaiOMHK'B, AHaxoMi,

s.

m.

anatomist,

AHxaroHHCxi,
Aaxaax, s. m.

dis-

sector.

AHaxoMiipoBauie,

s.n. anatomization, dissection.

AuaxoMupoBaTb,

v. a.

to anatomize, dissect.

AHaTOJiH^ecKitt, adj. anatomical;

|:

AkaTOMia, s. f. anatomy, dissection.


AHaxopcTt, s. m. ancliorite, anchoret.
AHaxpoHuaMi,, s. m. anachronism.
AuaeeMa, s. f. anathema, excommunication; vped'lmb -eeM'fe, to fulminate an anathema, to anathenpoKJhHim, may he be
matize; d(t ui/demi oiio
cursed; \ fig. imprecation, malediction.
AHGiipi., AHOapHHfl, see AaSapT., AMSapHufi.

ji

fashion;

.romadb,

to

nick

-CKaa

m. anglicism.
adj. English; -CKafl

Epsom

out

of

^iHufi,

adj.

antipa-

al.

s.

f.

antiseptic.

AHxacenxHqecKitt, adj. antiseptic,


AaxiiCKin, s. m. pi. geog. antiscii.

antiseptical.

AHXHCOi^iaaBHbitt, adj. antisocial.


s. f. gram, antistrophe, antistrophy.
AHXHxesa, s. f. AHxaxesacB, s. m. antithesis,

AHXiicxp6()(>a,

s.

co.it,

old,

zool. antelope.

s. f.

AnxucenxuEa,

AHrJUKiiHCKitt, adj. Anglican, of the church


of England.
AHrjiucKiit,

ancient;
Jro>^ old, quaint person.

AHXiinaxia, s. f. antipathy, aversion.


AHXiinupuH'b, s. m. antipyrin.
AHXHn6;i,M, s. m. jd- geog. antipodes.

/'.

horse's tail.

rickets;

n. antiquarianism.

antique,

AnxanaxHiecKitt,
thetic,

s. f. med. angina.
med. angiology.
AHrio.ioria,
AnrjeaTb, .s. m. English dance.

AnraimusMi.,

s.

m.

s.

AHXiiHOHiaJibHbiJi, adj. antimonial.


AHXHMOHia, s. /". antimony; see CyptMa.
AHXiinacxa, s. f. Quasimodo, Low Sunday.

AnruHa,

v. a.

s.

AHXHMiiHCb, s. m. corporal, communion cloth.


AHXHMOHapxHiecKiij, adj. antimonarchic, al.

AnrjiisupoBaTb,

print. Roman type.


m. antiquary, antiquarian.

/'.

AaxHKBapcxBO,
Ahxuk'b,

AHXHaona,

m. antidote, counter-poison.

s.

s.

AHXiiKBapifi,

m. engagement.
a. to invite, engage.

AHrc.iOBii;i,HHft, adj. of angelic figure.


AHreJiT., s. m. dim. "-reaoieKi., aHre.iB^iHK'b,
angel; xjxinutnc.tb, guardian angel, tutelary angel;
dcHb -aa, name's day, Saint's day.
AnrejiBCKitt, adj. angelic, al; -CKia CGouemoa,
Iv.
angelicalness; -ckii, adv.
-.

-;]((>pHbii1, adj.

AHxiiKBa,

v.

;]

bottles);

-xajibHbitt, adj.

AHXii;i;()X'b,

s.

antal

AHxei^e;;cHX'B, s. m. antecedent.
AHXii^^iLiiOBiaabUbiii, aJj. antediluvian.
AHXH,'^6p'b, s. m. antidoron, consecrated bread;

AnraacHpoBaTb,

m. antagonist.
(measure of 60

s.

AHxapjtXH^ecKifi, adj. geog. antarctic.

-CKH,rtdy.

cally.

AHraaceMCHTrb,

AHAP

Goji-fesHt,

Salt; -tCKiti

posoKi,

contrast.
^

AHXHxesHHfl,

English horn.

r/ius.

anglomania.
AHraoMaHi., s. m. person infected with angloTnania, anglomaniac.
AHr.iOMiiuifl,

AHropcKaa,

s. f.

adj. zool.

uoiuKa,

Angora

cat.

n. indecJ. 7nus. andante.


AHj^aHTHHO, s. n. indecl. mus. andantino.

AH;i;aHTe,

s.

AneBpHSMaTiiqecKifl,

AHeBpHCMaxH^ecKiit,

ndj. aneurismal.
AHeBpiisM'i,, AHCBpiioii^s. m.

AneBpHSMa,

s. f.

Ahxh(|)OH'b,
AHXH(j(pa3a,
language.

AHxpaKXi,
MajiOKpoBie.

s.f. see
s.

AH3a^B,

s.

s.

m. theat. interact, interlude.

s.

AHxpeco.iB, s. f. -coJiu, pi. arch, entresol.


Aaxpeuia, Aaxpuia, s. n. caper, cut (in dan-

s. f.

m.

fire,

v. a. to anaesthetize.
ansesthesis, anaesthesia.

aniseed, anisette (cordial).


AhucobuiI; AHHCHHii, adj. of anise; -boo
ObMH, anise-seed; ^Baa eodna, see AHHCOBKa.
Anncb, s. m. anise, aniseed.

Ahuxi,

ironical

AHxpenpeHepi., s. m. manager
Anxpcnpiisa, s. f. enterprise.

cing); cd)b.%amh

hot.

dill,

anethum;

(of a theatre).

to cut a caper.

AHxponoaoruiecKiii,

s.

AHUcoBEa,

irony,

theatre).

m. mus. embouchure, mouth-piece.


m. chem. aniline; -HOBBiii, adj.

s.

AHii.iiiHi>;

/'.

antiphrasis,

m. phys. anemograph.
m. anemometer.

AHejioMexpt, s.
AHecxesiipoBaxB,
AHOCxes'ia,

f.

AHxpai^HXi, s. m. min. anthracite, stone-coal.


AHxpenpenepcxBo, s. n. management (of a

AHeK;i,oxHqecKiii, adj. anecdotical.


AneK^T.ox'b, s. m. dim. -;i;6xei^'b, anecdote.

AneMia,

m. antiphone, anthem.

s.

AHXiixpiicxt, s. m. Anticlirist.
Aaxii^HHft, adj. antique.
AHXcioraiecKifl, adj. anthological.
AHXoJioria, s. f. anthology.
Ahxohob'b oroHB, s. m. med. Anthony's
gangrene.

zned. aneurism.

AneMorpacp'B,

adj. antithetic, al.

s.

adj.

anthropologic, an-

thropological.^

AHxponoJoria, s. f. anthropology.
AHxponoMexpia, s. f. anthropometry.
s. HI. anthropomorpliism.
AHxpono3iop<)(tuqecKiii, adj. anthropomorphous.
AHxpono(||)ar'b, s. m. anthropophagite, mnn-

AHxpoaoMop(J)U3M'B,

"HXCBHii,

-lUXHBiJi, adj.

AHKepoKi>,

s. m.
anker (10 gallons); small eater, cannibal.
-po'iHuft, adj. anker, in ankers.
Ah(I)H ja;];a, ,s. f. a suite (of rooms); mil. enfiAHKepuixoKi., s. m. naut. anchor-stock.
na%ct. enfilading, raking fire.
lade-,
AH(J)iiaiipoBaHi(', s. n. mil. enfilade.
AHua.iEi s. m pi. anuals.
AH(|)HJupoBaxb, V. a. mil. to enfilade, rake.
AHHiOHxexi., s. m. com. annuity.
Au^oycb, *\ 711. anchovy; -chuA, adj.
Aho;i,i>, s.m. pihys. anode.
general in
AHOMajiicxiiiecKifi, adj.todi, anomalistic or
AHmc*!*!., s. 7)1. 7nil. obs. tenepajih

'Cask;

'

|'

1,

,i

periodical year.

anomaly.
/'.
anonymity, anonymousness.
AHOHiiMHHiit; adj. anonymous; -HO, adv. ly.
Ahoehmii, s. m. anonymous writer.
AHopMa.ibHBifi, adj. altnormal.
AHCsiMCib, s. m. mus. a piece of music harmonized for several voices, ensemble.
AHxaoJiOMCHX'b, s. m. arch, entablement.
AHxaroHUBMTb, s. 7)1. antagonism, opposition.
AHOJiaJiia,

Awh,

s. f.

Ahohhmhocxb,

chief.

pop. and, on the contrary.

C071J.

Ahwxhhu

.S-.

rjiasKii, bot. heart"s-ease, pansy.

AaepaKCb,

s.

anthrax.

Aopiicxi,

s.

m. gram,

Aopra,

f.

a7iat.

s.

aorist.

aorta:

'

-HBiii, adj.

aortic,

aortal.

is

AnaHepT>,ni/f. a-pic,a-peak;/i;oj36 ,the anchor


a-peak.
AnapxaweHXi., s. . apartment, room.

AUAT
AnaTH^Hufi;

AnaxH^ecKift,

s.

AneJiJiHpoBaTb, v. n.law, to appeal.


Ane.iJHHT'B; s. m. aflHTRa; s. f. law, appellant, app'^llor.
AneJiJiai^ifl;

s.

-jiHH,ioHHMii,

f.

appeal,

laic,

-heiA

adj.

cydo,

Anxe^HHft,
inoeapu

AneabCHHt, s. m. orange; -CHHHMfi, -chhoBMfi, adj. -CBHOBoe depcm, orange-tree.


AneH;^Hi^HT'b, s. m. med. appendicitis.
1

AnJiHKe,

n. indecl. see

s.

A^J^o;^upoBaTI,

n.

v.

AnJOj^HCMCHTM,

s.

applause,

pi.

-HRa, s. f.
Ap6a, s.

ii

ji

Anojiorifl,
AnoJiori.,

s.

nomadic tribes).
Ap6aJiexRa, s. f. cross-bow, arbalest.
ApGnxpasBXi; s. m. com. arbitration, arbitrage.

Ap6y3i,

tic, al.

water-melon;

6jseu,'h,

ApraJH,

m. indecl. argali, wild goat.


s. m. race-horse (in Cabarda).
AproHaBXi, s. m. argonaut.
ApryMenxanifl, s. f. argumentation.
AprymeHXt, s. m. argument, reasoning.
AprycB, s. vi. myth. zool. Argus.
Apena, s. m. list; eucmynumb ua -ny, to enter
s.

AprauaRii,

.s.

||

dim.

VI.

s.

-SHBifi, adj.
II

apology, justification.

f.

m. apologue, fable.
Anon.ieRcifl; s. /". apoplexy.
AnonJieKTHKi, s. m. a person seized with
apoplexy, apoplectic; -KTH^ecKlft, adj. apoplec-

s. f. arrangement.
m. a long whip.
s. m, a young or a little negro.
negro, blackamoor, black man;
negress, black woman.
a tilted cart (among Eastern
f.

ApanHHRi; s.
ApanqeHORi,
Apanij s. m.

aplomb, assurance, self-con-

m.

s.

Anorett, s. m. astr. apogee, apogseon; fig. height.^


AnoKajiHncBCi., s. m. Apocalypse, the book of
Revelations; ;-JiHncHqeCKitt, adj. apocalyptic, al.
AnoKpH4)HiecKift, adj. apocryphal, doubtful;
-CEifl KHuiti, Apocrypha.
AnoKpHfln., s. m. apocryphal book.
AnoJorkcTt, s. m. apologist.
AnoJioraqecKifi, adj. apologetic, al.

the

list.

ApeH^a,

s. f.
lease, lease - hold, farm; rent;
estate given in usufruct; essimb oo -;^y, to take
on lease, take lease of; to farm (a land); omdamb
e^ ~fl.j, to lease, give on lease; -h^^ubi^, adj.

!J

-xoBoe a6jiOKO, a

m. u

s.

species of

large appje.

||

AnocxeMa, s. f. med. aposteme,


AnocxepiopH, adv. a posteriori.
AnocxBJib,

marginal note.
apostle; | the Acts of the

cally.

jj

AnocxoJBCXBO, s. n. apostleship.
Anocxp6$a, s. f. rhef. see AnocTpO(})i.
s.

AnocJteerHa;

s.

Anoeeoat,
Annapaxiij

s.
,s.

ApeH;^OBaHie,

ApeH^OBaxB,

farming, renting.

n. leasing,

s.

farmer,

lessee,

-xopcRiii, adj.

to take on lease, take lease


to rent (house, land); to furm (land); part. p.
a.

v.

'\\

s.

vi.

lock-up

house,

guard-

house.

Apecxanxt,

s.

m. -XEa,

s. f.

person under

arrest,,

-cxaHXCRifi, adj.

prisoner;
f;

ApecxoBanie,

adj. tasty, relishing; that excites


-ho, adv. with aptempting;

the appetite; /?(/.


petite; temptingly.
AnnexHXi., s. m. appetite.

s.

n. arresting,

seizing, putting-

arrest; apprehension, sequestration.


ApecxOBaiB, v. a. to arrest, put under

under

(|

11

|j

s. f.

-i^OBaHBUtt.
ApeoMcxpi., s. VI. areometer.
Apeonar-B, s. v\. Areopagus.

apophthegm.

f.

m. apotheosis.
;h. tech. apparatus, gear.

AnnexuxHUiif,

tenant; lease-holder;

of:

-xopma,

s. vi.

ApecxaHxcEaa,

m. gram, apostrophe, apostrophy.

Anocxpoil)!*;

rent.

ApeH^^axopi,

apostil,

VI.

s.

iHaa nAama,

abscess.

Anocxojn, s. m.
Apostles and the Epistles (hook).
AnocxojBHHKX, s. m. wimple, veil (of nuns).
al;
-ckh,
AnocxojibCKifi, adj. apostolic,
adc.

ApaHacupoBRa,

clapping

fidence.^

Anopxi,

order, to rights); to make up; to suit;


nhecy cU.a
(fiopvienbjiHo, ^to set a piece for the piano.

to applaud.

m.

-Hue

of apothecary's shop;

adj.

drugs.

jj

Ann.iHKe.

of hands.

AnaoMOt,

jj

ApaOecRa, s. f. ApaOecRx, s. m. arabesque.


ApaBa, s. f. crowd, great number.
ApaR'B, s. m. arack, arrack, rack; -robbi^, adj.
ApanacHpOBaxB, v. a. to arrange, set, put {in

appellancy;
the court of

ij

appeal.

m. apothecary; -KapcKifi, adj.


apothecary's bill, an over-

5.

-EapcRift cuem'o, an
charged account.

apathy.

f.

APKA

AnxeRapB,

apathetic,

adj.

apathetical.

Anaxia,

arrest;

have a person arrested; to sequestrate, apprepart. p. -cxoBaHHwfl.


hend, seize;
to

AnnjiHEaxypa,

fingering, order of
finger-position; the upper register (of violin);
uipamb a -pt, to play in the upper registers.
.\nnJHRe, s. n. indecl. plated goods, plated
,s'.

f.

nius.

silver.

Annjio;^HpoBaxB, AnnJio^HCMeuxBi,

see

AHpouaiL, An.iOAHCMenTH.
Anno^xiaxypa; s. f. mus. appoggiatura,

Ahjiograce-

m. arrest; seizure, apprehension; m~


apprehend, lay hold of; noeadumh,.
GSRiiib iiodo
to put under arrest; naxodumbca
nodi -xoMi, to be or lie under arrest; eunycinumh ii3-> nodo -xa, to release, discharge from
na u.mbuie, to sequestrate or
arrest; najiOHcumb
sequester an estate; cmpoiiu
close confinemeui;
OoMautHih
home-arrest.

Apecxij

AOoKumb

AiipouiH,

.s.

/'.

Anpiijb,

s.

III.

pi. fort,

approaches.

month of April; nepaoe

April,

-.iH, the first of .\pril: iir.puot: -Jia fdcHb o6.uaiM),


April-foolsMay, all fools'day; o6.vaHymb nepaato
-Jii, to make one an .Vpril-fool; on.MaHi/muh nepeaio -.ifl, an .Vpril-fool; -JiBCRift, a<^y.
AdcciB; s. in. naut. mizzen stay-sail.
AncH;^bi, 8. m. pi. antr. apsides.
AnxeRa, s. f. dim. -xe^RU, apothecary's shop:
j

pharmacy.

AnxeRapuia,

jl

f.

apothecary's wife.

ApHCxoRpaxHiecRitt, adj. aristocratic, a]


-CRH, ado. rally.
ApHcxuKpaxiii, s. f. aristocracy; nobility.
ApiicxoRpaxi., s. m. -XRa, s. f. aristocrat.
ApneMexiiRa, s. f. arithmetic.
ApHeMOXHRi., s. til. arithmetician.
- CRH^
.VpHeMcxH^ecRiJi, adj. arithmetical;

ado.

||

ly.

ApHOMOMCxpi,,
ApiaiicxBO,
.ipifl;

.ipRa,

,.

*,

.\pRa;ia,

ApKa;^^,
s.

to

note.

AnpiopH, ado. a priori.


AnpoOauiH, s. f. approbation, approval.
AnpoCoBaxb, v. a. to approbate, approve.

s.

f.
f.
.v.

f.

ApKaHHXB,

s.

s.

m. arithmometer.

n. ai-ianism.

mus.

aria, air, tune.


arch, arc, bow.
f. arch, arcade.
m. a species of apple.
0.

a.

to catch with a

isso.

APKA

ACCE

ApKaHi,

ApxeojornqecKiii, adj. archaeologic.


Apxeojorifl, s. f. archaeology.
Apxcciori., s. m. archaeologist.
ApxH; Apxi-, prefix, archi...., arch,...
ApxDBapitt, ApxHBapiyc^B, s. m. keeper of the

m. lasso, rope with' a running noose.


adj. geog. arctic, northern.
harlequin's
s. n. harlequinade;

$.

ApKTHiecKifi,
ApJieKHHCXBO,
tricks.

ApJieKDHCTBOBaTB,

Hi. n. to play the harlequin.


m. harlequin: -KHHCKifl, adj.
ApHa;^a, s. f. armada, Spanish fleet.
ApMa;i;uj[Ji'Bj s. m. zool. armadillo.
ApMaxopi, s. m. naut. ship-owner, privateer;

ApaeKHHi,

s.

j|

records, archivist.

ApxHBii,

ApMaxypa, s. f. armature, armour, trophy; plate


(of shako): armour (of magnet); -pHufi, adj. of
armour, trophy; -pnuft cnucoKo, regimental-roll.
ApMeeu,!., s. m. soldier or officer in the line;
-ettCKifi, adj. of the line.
ApMcfifmuHa, s. f. iron, soldiers or officers in

Apxuj^iaKOHCXBO;

||

mandrite.

ApxHMaH;i;pHX'B,

ApMHJiapHMft,
'!

ApxHMaH;^pia,

-Haa

adj. geog.

afepa, armil-

army;

/"

.!.

screw;

||

||

ApnayTKa,
ApHHEH, s.

-xcKiii,

s.

archimandrite's convent.
s. m. mech.
Archimedes

;.

ApoMaxTb,

- MaxHuii;

- HaxH^HBitt^

al.

aroma, perfume, scent.


mus. arpeggio, arpeg-

VI.

s.

Apne;^acio,
giamento.

n. iiided.

s.

Apieprap;^*, see Apteprapii.


Appopyx'b, s. m. arrow-root.
ApceaaJit, s. m. arsenal; "nk^ihUnH, adj.
ApceHHKT.. s. m. arsenic, ratsbane; see Munib|!

-KOBBift, adj.
II

Apxa^HXbca,

v. n. to jibb, be restive, stubborn.


ApxesiaHCKifl, ady. artesian; KOAodenh, see Ko-

workmen's

s. f.

association;

jj

a company,

ApxHxeuxoHHEa,

s.

ApxnxeKXop'B,

m. architect, master-builder.

member

of some workmen's
association; caterer of a mess; com. servant or
boy in Exchange-house and other public offices;
!'

jj

j]

s.

anat. artery;

f.

ApxEKyjit,

||

-piajBHBitt, adj.

.le/-

m. -XHCXKa, s. f. artist.
s. m.
hot. artichoke; KOKOBKiti,

s.

ApxHrndEii;

||

adj.
s.

s.

Ap(J)iicxi.,

-HCXKa,

AeenxHEa,

s.

f.

AcHMexpia,
AcHMnxoxa,

Apxeorpa<|n,

s.
s.

s. f.
s.

AcKexHiecEifl,

harper, harp-

antiseptic,

-reJiBCKift, adj.

anti-

adj. asymraetral, asymmetric.

asymmetry.
geom. asymptote;
f.

||

-xoxir-

adj. ascetic.
*\

m.

ascetic;

i|

-XHBrft^ adj.

Aciiapanb, s. m. hot. asparagus.


AcneExx., s. m. ast. aspect.

Acnepx,

s. m. asper (a Turki'sJi coin).


.\.c^H;^HHE'B, s. m. plate of slate.
.icnH^i., s. m. slate;
asp, aspic (serpent);
-jiiHUfi, adj. -ji;Haa docKa, slate.
AcnapaHX'B, s. m. aspirant, aspirer.
AcnHpaxopi, s. wi. aspirator.
i|

adj. archfeograpliic, al.


archseography.
m. archaeographer.
f.

adj.

AcEext, AcEHX-B,
AcEiH, see Act^iH.
Acoxi, see Ocoti.

the inhahitants of Caucasus).

Apxeorpa(|)ia,

aseptics.
aseptic,

f.

qecKitt, adj. asymptotic, asvmptotical.


AcEexHSMTb, *\ m. asceticism.

m. archangel;

s.

AcHMexpH^ecEift,

?.>?.

Apxeorpa^HiecKijI,

measure);

septical.

an obsolete idiom, word.


.ipxaesMi) s.
ApxaH^ecKifi, adj. archaic, al.
ApxajtyKi, ApxajhiKi, s. m. an overcoat (of
s.

(Russian

AcenxHiecEiii,

piayer.

ApxanreJi-b,
archangel ic.

arshine

m.

Mnpumh

s. f. pop. club, cudgel, bludgeon.


Ac6ecx'b, see AaoecTi..

harp.

m.

adj. arshine; arshine-long.

s.

ApacHHa,

m. artos, consecrated bread.


m. sabine, sabine-tree.

s.

j|

to measure other
noto na ceoii
people's corn by one's own bushel.
ApBeprapji.'B, .s. n. mil. rear - guard, rear;

s.
f.

tech.

ApmHHHMfi;

ij

Apxoci.,

s.

[|

II

ApxBiiai>,

ApiaETb,

ApxHnn,.

see

-ji;HBift, adj.

npuopejKHOH
artillery for coast defence;
flying-artillery; -piiiCKift, adj.
KUH
ApxHCxiiiecKift, adj. artistic, al.

ApxHCXt,

f.

m. saddle-tree, saddle-bow, witherbow; -^axHBifi, adj.


ApniHHHHEi, s. in. pop. nickname of a petty
shop-keeper.

eocHHUu, articles of
m. mil.
war; .nemdmh, to perform the manual excercise.
ApxEJUiepHCXi., s. m. artillery-man, gunner.
ApxHJiJiepia, s. f. artillery; ordnance, guns;
s.

s.

property, funds of workmen's prov.

association.

Apxepia,

ai-chitectonics.

|i

AprnHHi,

arterial.

f.

architecture; see 3oA^es. f.


-xypHBifii, adj. architectural.
ApxHxpaBX., .. m. arch, architrave.
ApxienncEonia, s. f. archbishopric (jurisdiction,
dignity, revenue): archbishop's palace.
ApxienacEoncxBO, s. n. arcliiepiscopacy, archiepiscopate.
ApxienaCEon'B, s. m. archbishop; -CEitt, adj.
archiepiscopal.
Apxiepett, s. m. prelate, bishop.
ApxiepeftcxBO, s. n. prelacy, prelateship.
ApxiepettcxBOBaxB, v. n. to exercise the functions of a prelate.
Apxcnxx, s. m. archont; -iXCEift, adj.

-n^Hiiifl, adj.
s. f.

s.

II

bands;

ApxeJBn^BHa,

n. prelateship, prelacy.
prelate, head - pastor;

m.

j;

Api^a^

-JiBHuft, adj.
ApxeJbmHKX., s. m.

s.

Apxaneaan, s. tn. geog. archipelago; (.specially)


the Grecian archipelago; -JiaiKCEifi, adj.
ApxHCxpaxariE., s. m. archistrategus.

jiojienT..

Apxeab;

helix.

arcJi.

li

CTBo;

arnica.

f.

ApxHxeExypa,

BijioxypKa.

see

ApouaTBmecKifi,
adj. aromatic,

Ap$a,

i|

ApxanacxBipcxBO,
ApxnnacxBipB, s.
-pcEiH, adj.

hot. armillary.

troops of the line; CAyMumh


67. -mIh, to serve in the line.
ApMy^^i, s. m. hot. quince-tree; quince.
ApHflacHBift; adj. see ApMaKi.
ApMaKt, s. m. a peasant's overcoat; artil.
cartouch-stuff; -MaasHBifir, adj. belonging to the
peasant's overcoat or to cartouch-stufF.

Apuifl^

m. archimandrite;

s.

adj.

ApxHMCj^OB'B-BnHX'B,

larv sphere;

arch-

.s.

line.

mess;

archdeaconry,

n.

s.

ApxH^iaKOHT.,
m. archdeacon; -HCEiii, adj.
ApxHMaHj^piixcxBO, s. n. dignity of an archi-

\\

KT,;

record-office;

deaconship.

>pcEi[^ adj.

the

m. archives, records;

s.

-BUBitt, adj.
II

|i

AccaMOjea, s.
AcceHHSJmia,

f.

obs.

s.

f.

assembly.

sanitation.

ACCE
AcceHnsMpoBaTi,

v.

make

to

a.

render

or

A8P0

'

healthy or salubrious.

Acceccopnia, s. f. assessor's wife.


Aceeccopi, s. m. assessor; assistant; koaacmCKtu, collegiate assessor; -pcKiii, adj.
AccnrHai^ifl, s. f. bank-note, paper - money,
bank of
6allK^,
- i^ioHHBlfi, adj.
assignat;

Axpo^ia, s. f. atrophy.
AxiaKOBaxB, see ATaKOBaxi..
AxxecxaxTi, s. m. certificate, testimonial.
attestation, testimony.
Axxecxan,ia, s.
/'.

AxxecxoBaxb,

v.

to

a.

attest,

certify;

||

;|

issue;

-nafl oyMaia, assignation, bank-note.

AcCHrHOBanie, s. n. assignation, assignment.


AccnrHOBaTB, v. a. to assign; to allot, appoint;
Wpart. p. -HOBaHHHft.
AccurHOBKa, s. f. assignment, grant.
Acciisw, s. f. pi. H AccHSHHtt cy^^t, assizes,

ij

]1

/t^. to

par*, p. -xoaHHbii"i.

AxxiiiecKlil, adj. attic.


AxximiisMT., a. m. atticism.

AxxpiiGyxt, s. in. attribute.


Axy, inter, ven. tallyho! hallo!
AxyKaxb, axvKHyxB, v. n. to halloo (to hounds).
Ay, inter, hollo! holla!
Ay^UHXopiax'B, s.m. a regimental

court;]'

-xcKia,

adj.

court of assizes.

AccHMiKiiipoBaTB, V. a. to assimilate.
AccnMii.iJmia, s. f. assimilation.
AccHCTeHTi., s. m. assistant.
Acco, s. n. indeel. fencing -match, assault at
arms.
^
^
AccopTiiMCHTi, s. m. assortment.
Accoi^iauiflj

testify;

s.

f.

association.

AcTcpHKCb, see SB-fesjtO^HHKl..


AcTMa, s. f. asthma.
Acxpa, s. f. hot. aster, star-wort.

AT,Hiix6pia,
Ay,a,uxopcKaa,

auditory.
adj. s. f. session-chamber

.s'.

f.

of

auditors.

Ay,a,uxopcxBO,

s. n. auditorship.
Ay;i;HXop'B, .s. m. mil. auditor;! -pcKitt, adj.
Ay,HieHn,ia, s. f. audience; npoma.nHa/i, audience to take leave.
Ay,a,ieHi^'b-3aja, .s. f. audience-chamber.
AyKaHbe, s. n. the crying holla! hollo! (in the

forest).

AcTparaJii., s. m. hot. astragalus, milk-vetch;


anat. ankle-bone, astragalus; | arch, astragal.

AvKaxb, avKHyxB,
(in the forest);

-ca,

\\

v.
v.

n. to cry aoo! to hall


to cry aoo, to halloo

rec.

jl

to one another.

AcTpaJiBHMfi, adj. nstr. astral.


AcTpoJorii^ecKitt, adj. astrological.

AcTpoaoriH, s. f. astrology.
AcxpoJion, s. m. astrologer.
AcTpoaaOia, s. f. astr. astrolabe.
AcTpoHOMHuecKift, adj. astronomic,
adv.caWy.
AcTpoHoMia, s. f. astronomy.

AcxpoHOMX,
Ac(J)aabTT.,

s.
s.

m. bidder at an auction.
AyKU.iouep'B,
AyKi^iOHHCX'B, s. m. auctioneer.
AyKH.ioH'B, s. in. auction; upodaoamh c^-ona,
to sell by auction, put up to auction; -ohhbiA,
.s\

[i

al;! -ckh,

Aywit,

m. astronomer.
m. asphalt, asphaltum;

-atTO-

jj

AycKyJiBXflpoBaxB,
cultate.
Ayxo;i;a(J)e,

A^aaia,

m. mus. La flat.
pop. eh? what?
AraBmrn,, s. m. atavism.
s.

A(j()eJiifi,

inter,

A^ena,

s.

/'.

A]()epa,

mil. attack, onset; charge;

assault

assault,

assail;

(of a place); aggression.

AxaKOBaxb,

v.

a.

to

attack,

aus-

cultation.

Ac(|)UKciaj s. f. vied, asphyxia, asphyxy


Aci^in^ s. m. pi. geog. ascians, ascii.

AxaKa,

a village (in Caucasus).


.*.
sounding,
med.
f.

in.

s.

AycKyaBxania,

Bbift; adj. asphaltic.

Aci;
Acb,

adj.

Wpart. p. -KUBaHHiiift.

med.

to sound,

aus-

med. aphasia.

m.

s.

a.

n. indeel. auto-da-fe.

s.
/".

s.

v.

astr. aphelion,

aphelium.

see 0(|)eHa.
s.

f.

speculation, business.

m. - cxKa, .s. f. speculator,


speculative person.
A(pBiua, s. f. dim. a^tiiiuKa, play-bill; a bill
posted up or set up; programme (of a concert).
A(|)HmHpoBaxB, V. a. to bill, post bills; to

A^epacx-B,

s.

AxaMiiHCXBO, s. n. hetmanship.
AxaMJiHT., s. m. hetman, ataman; chieftain (of flaunt.
A<pouia, s. f. med. aphony, aphonia.
hetman by deCossacks, of rohhers); naKasuoh
m. aphorism, maxim, sentence.
A|)opH3M'B,
di/deiub, patience
legation; prov. mepnii Kaaani,
A(]()opiicxHqecKirt, adj. aphoristic, al.
brings every thing about; -uaHCKifi, adj.
A()()poHX'B, s. m. affiont.
AxeH3Mi., s. m. atheism.
AfJixFJ, N. m. pi. med. aphtlife, thrush.
AxcHCXHqecKift, adj. atheistic, nl.
A<j()(I)eKXJmia, ,v. f. ariectation, pretension.
AxcHCXT.,
m. atlieist.
Aj()()(OKXiipoBiiHHBiii, 2X(r#. p. affected.
AxcpMHieCKift, adj. phys. athermanous.
A^xiteKxi, s. m. aberration, temporary insanity:
Axjiaciixb, V. n. to make as smooth as satin;
of temporary
to get a lustre like satin;
V. r.
to fret, nod7, H.riHHicMi -xa, in a state
y -Cfl,
jj

,s.

.s'.

\<

insanity.

ravel (of velvet).

Axjiaci;
Axjiaci,

s.

m.dim. - jacoui,

s.

AxJiexx., s.
adj. athi(!tic.

satin;

'!

-CHUtt,

adj.

m. atlas, collection of maps.


m. athlete, wrestler; -exiiuecicift,
ji

AxanBO, s. n. ahling and


AxaxB, axHyxB, v. n. to

oliling.

cry ah! oh! to groan,

sigh,

N. f. pop. nonsense, absurd story.


AxioMaxii3in., s. m. opt. achromatism.
AxpoMaxii'iecKift, adj. opt. achromatic.
AxxppaiOK'i., N. m. naut. after-hatchway; wineAxoMHc.xii'iccKift, adj. atomistic.
and spirit-room.
AxxeinuxeBCHTi, s. m. naut. stern-post.
AxoMii'iccKift, (idj. atomic, al.
Axxii, inter, lieigh-ho! alas! ah!
Axoin.,
m. atom.
Ax-B, inter, ahl ohl
Axoiiii'iccKift, iidj. atonic.
Ai^exiueHX, ,v. m. chem. acetylene.
AxoiriM, 8.
atony.
Axpiir>)'n., see Attphovt^.
Am*', conj. si. if, in case; -TiKr, but if.
A3po;^iiniiMiiKn, s. f. aerodynamics.
Ax|)oiiiiirii, ,s. m. chem. atropine, utropin.
Ap<MMX'j., s. m. aerolite, meteoric stone.
Ax]>o(|)iipoBaxb, v.a. to atrophy, cause atrophy;
Aai)o.ioriiiecKifl, adj. aerological.
-ca,
r. to he ;itrophied, waste away; j)ar^ 2'A3]M)auria, s. f. aerology.
ax|>u(I)iipoBauui>i<t.

AxiiHca,

AxMOC<|)epa, s. f. atmosphere;
srecKift, (idj. atmospherif,
al.
AxoMii3M'ii,
m. atomism.

-pHWft, -pii-

.s.

.9.

/'.

l|

[j

/;.

A9P0

BarpaHKa,

AapoJieTpiiiecKiH, adj. aerometrical.


AspoMCTpia, s. f. aerometry.
AapoMCTpi., s. m. aerometer.
AapoHiiBTiih-a,

s.

f.

AapoHaBTUiecKift,

s.

BarpaHOCXb,
BarpaHuii,

AapocTaTHqecKiii,

Ba;i(ba,

m.

(shell).

born

adj.

the

in

purple,

the quality of being purple-

s. f.

coloured.

al.

adj. purple.

m. bat. mad-apple, egg-plant.


dim. 6a;](eiiEa, bucket; trough;

Ba;^M;];EaH'b;

/'.

s.

the purpura

porphyrogenitus.

AapoHiiBTi., s. m. aeronaut.
aerostatics.
AapocTiiTiiKa, s.

Aapocxaxt,

f.

BarpaHop6;iHUfi,

aeronautism, aeronautics.
adj. a?ronautic,

BAKIII

adj. aerostatic.
aerostat, air-balloon.

s.

s.

f.

fish-tub.

Ba;];ara,

s.

spongilla (water-plant);

f.

ax-

Hbiii, adj.

Ba;^auiHU^axb, v. n.
Basa, s. f. arch, base,

B.
B,

second

the

n.

.s.

of

letter

the

alphabet.

chat, Billingsgate-language.
BasHJiHEa, s. f. basilica, basilic.

pile-driver; pi/HHa;i, beetle, paving-beetle,


a sort of cake;
bird, white pelican;
-6hif pi. ast. Pleiades; ^?'oy.cj aoaa, koou.do
11

rammer;
\

groundRussian work. ^
BasajibXTt, s. m. basalt; -xobuu, adj. basaltic.
Basap'b, s. m. market, bazaar: -Hbifl, adj.
peasant's -HBiu de-db, a market-day: -Hwa pmmi, vulgar
i

Ba! 6a, 6a, 6a! inter, bah! ah! see!


Ba6a, s. f. woman, countrywoman,
wife;

to jest, joke.
basis; foundation,

\.

BasHJiHK'b,

m.

s.

bot. basil.

Aeiue,

it's

Baft-daft,

a good clearance.

dauHbRU,

udu, go

lullaby, by-by;

to lullaby.

Bada-Sra, see iIra-Ba6a.


Ba6eHKa, s. f. dim. coll a young woman, wife.
Baduu^a, s. f. iron, a tall and stout woman.

Baftdak-b,

m.

s.

bobac, marmot; iJjojj. a


man; a lounger, idler; a

zool.

short, stout^ and slow


recluse; -daiitt, adj.

BaOiil, adj. woman's, feminine.

\\

Batt^apa, s. f. a canoe; -pHMft, adj.


dim. grandmother; deowpoduasi,
Baft;i;apKa, s. f. chiton (shell).
midwife; pastern,
Baii^iapmHKi, s. m. maker of canoes.
foot-bone; i-OKH, jsZ. knuckle-bones C^ame);ij small
baize, frieze; -ftKOBHft, -ftqaBaftKa,
/:
posts; trestles; sheaves of hemp.
xbift, adj.
BaOHiiuaube^
n. midwifery.
BaftpaMi, s. yn. bairam. (Turkish feast).
BadHuiaxb, v. n. to follow or exercise the
BaftxoBbift laft, s. m. Bohea tea, bohea.
profession of a midwife.
BaKaaaBpcxBO, s. n. bachelorship, baccalauinsect, butterfly;; a young woman.
BaOoiKa,

BadKa,

.>\

great aunt;

f.

iioouea.ibHaa

|i

.?.

it

,s-.

s.f.

Bado^iHuit; adj. - naa mp)a, the game of reate.


BaEa-iaspTb, s. m. bachelor; cmenem - spa,
knuckle-bones, cockals.
Ba6pii, s. m. zool. ounce; daCpoBHii, adj. of baccalaureate; wi^ae^, bachelor of laws; ooiocjio-aaBpcKift, adj.
eiji, bachelor of divinity;
ounce.
BaKaaeftmHKi., s. m. grocer, chandler.^
BaOvK'B, s. m. zool. jerboa, jumping - mouse,
Basajiea, s. f. dried fruits, grocery; -JieftHtift,
jumping-hare.
grandmother; deoKpodnaH, adj. 'B-ae h npnuue mo^apu, grocery wares, coBaOymRa, s.
!|

f.

xopom'j mo.My oicnmb, ko.^dj


easy to live under protection
noe 1160.1 bHaa, midwife; coZZ. good wife,
(expl.);'\
good woman (addressing on old woman); eoim
me6}h u lOpbeoz dem! who could expect this!
good-bye to our expectations!
great aunt;

eopojiciinn,

^'J'O*^-

lonial commodities-

]|

BaEaHHXb,

is

it

V.

dye of a lake colour.


:na?<#. see BaKeHt;,! -HO-

a. to

BaKaHi., s.m. lake;

j|

Bbift, adj.

BaKayxt,
BHH, adj.
BiiKdopxi*,

BaOyniKHH'B, adj. grandmother's; eM?/<eKi, fig.


favourite, darling; a spoiled child.
"Bn^hii^ s. f. pop. iron, women, females.

s.

s.

pock-wood, guaiacum;

v>.

jj

-yxo-

-XHbifl, adj.

m. naut. larboard:

BaKeHdap;i;M, s. f. pi. whiskers.


BaneH-b, s. m. naut. beacon, can-buoy.
BaKasee
BaicKa-iaBpoTBO, BaKKaaaBp-b,
BaBOJiBHUKt, s. m. hot. bombax.
Bar:ia:'B; s. m. dim. Oara:Keii,ii, baggage, lug- .laBpcTBO, BaKa;iaEp^.
BaREapa, s. f. baccarat, baccara (a game at
gage; -atHBift, adj.
BarcTi, s. m. arch, baguette, baguet (a little cards).
-.lasKa, wooden vesse.
BaRJiara,
f. dim.
round moulding).
1|

.9.

Baropt,
^aff;

i!

s. lii.

-pHHfi,

BarpcHbe,
Barpei^i>;

dim. -piiKii, boat-hook, harpoon, Avith a double bottom;

adj.
s. n. harpooning, spearing.
s. m.
purple, purple colour;

BaRjaHi,
1|

Barpu.iBn^UR'B,

BarpuTb,

V. a.

s.

of wood;

m. harpooner, spearer.

to

to purple, dye of a purple col-

our; see OoarpaTi.;,} -ca,

BarpuTb, Bu-,

v. a.

be dyed purple.
to harpoon, spear; j9nr^2^.
v. r.

to

<>arpeHHBin.

BarpoBiina,
BarpoBHm,e,

BarpoBOCXb,

s.
s.

f. bruise, livid spot.


n. harpoon-shaft, spear-shaft.

.9.

f.

Barpx,

s.

v.n. to grow or become purple,


m. purple colour.

fig.

s.

flask.

cormorant;

to idle,

spend one's time uselessly.


BaKJiviuHHE-b, s. m. -Hima,

BaRJiyiuHUMaxb,

v.

-aaaifi,

block, log

a cast-iron wheel;

f.

oumb -mn,

1;

remain idling;

s. f.

idler,

one's

lime.

BaKOBMfl, adj. nant. of fore-castie; see baKi.


BaROi>; s. m. naut. fore-foot.
BaBCOBijft, adj. nant. -Baa luxyKa, see BaKci.

BaRxepioaoria,

livid.

drone.

away

n. coll. to idle

BaETei>ioJioriiMecBiii, adj. bacteriologic,

lividness, lividity.
livid (spot).

BarpoBbiiif, adj. purple;

BarpoB'bxb,

'BaRJVuia,

-eu,o-

ifi, adj. purple, purple-coloured.

'

bird,

.?..

al.

bacteriology.
m. bacteriologist.
BaEXcpio.ior'b,
BaRxepia, ,s. f. bacteria.
s. f.

.s'.

BaKv.iOMexpia, s. f. baculometry.
Barp-BXb, V. n. to grow si'arlet,
IJaKuia, s. f. ground sown with melons and
BarpaHiiK'b, s. m. hot. Judas-tree.
cucumbers.
Barpaanxb; v. a. to empurple.
BaRinxarx, s. in. naut.. back-stay; wind upon
6arpaHui],a, s. f. purple: purple robe, purple
j

cloak;

-HH^HUtt,

adj.

the quarter.

EAKin
EaEm TOE'S,
BaKi,

5.

10

m. naut. guess-rope.
naut. fore-castle; mess-kid, bowl.
m. butcher-bird, laneret; coZ/.
s.

BaaOBeHb,

s.

7)1.

BAHK
m.

s.

spoiled

favourite;

child,

CHacnib.i, fortune's favourite.

BajafiaHi,

BaaOBHHE'B,

j;

JIOBn^HE'b,

S.

711.

Hi^a^

s.

f.

spoiler, indulger.

simpleton.

BaaoBCXBO;

pendant, bob, trinket, bawble.

BajaOoJiEa, s. f.
BaJiaraHin,HKX,

m. -mni^a,

s.

s.

/.

show-booth

overindulgence,

n.

s.

spoiling;

pranks, mischievous tricks.


Baao^Hbifi, adj. of beam, beam.

i|

holder.

BaaxbiBaxb, see BoaiaTb.


BajaraHi; s. m. booth, tent; show-booth; sumBaait; s. m. pi. OaJibi, ball; KocmTO-Hupoeaumer hut (of Kamtshadales); -raHHBifi, adj.
BaJiarypHTb, v. n. coll. to jest, play the buffoon; HbiH, fancy-ball; 6aaEi, idle talking, nonsense;
OaJiEi moHumb, to talk nonsense, to chat, jest.
to trifle, joke.
ij

|1

\\

j]

BajibiEOBnHa,

BaaarypHUfi,acZy'.droll,comical;playful,gay,merry.

BaaarrpcTBO, s. n. jesting, drollery.


Baaarypi, s. m. merry Andrew; -pEa,

s.

BaJibiEX>;

f.

some other

jester, droll person.

common balsam;

balsa-

BaabsaMHpoBaHiC;

s.

n.

-JinpoBEa,

v.

a.

to

s. f.

em-

balming.

BajibsaMHpoBaxb,

embalm;

i|

|)ari.

j:'.

-pOBaHHElfl.

fig. to disconcert, disturb.

m. -MyTEa,

s. f.

-MyTHHfi,

[j

-jieieoboiK; adj.

||

Il

[j

,s.

m. the back of dried sturgeon or

s.

fish;

s.

BaaajiaftKa, s. f.
kind of a three stringed guitar; -aae^HUfi, adj.
Ba.iaaafin^HE'B, s. m. ballalica-maker or player.
BajaMTTHTb, B3-, V. a. pop. to trouble, muddle;

BaaaMYTii,

fish.

BaabSEMUUi; s. m. hot.
m. player on the ballalica.
dim. -aae^Ea, ballalica, a mine; -MHHHMttj adj.

BajaaaeiHEEt;

person, busybody;
meddling.

flesh of dried sturgeon or

in.

s.

some other large

s. ni. embalmer.
BaabsaMH^ecEifl, adj. balsamic, al; balmy.
BaJibsaMHHE'b, s. w. hot. balsam - tree, bal-

an intermeddling

Bajib3aMHpuBiii;HE'b;

troublesome,

adj.

BajiaHcep-B, s. m. - pna, s. f. rope-dancer; sam-fir.


BaabsaM'b; s. m. balm, balsam; hot. balm-mint,
-cepHUtt, adj.
balsam sweating; coBaJiaHCiipoBaTB, v. n. to dance on a rope; garden-balm; eudibAawiniu
balsamiferous; -iMnuii, adj.
depoKamiu e~o ceSih
to keep the equilibrium.
BaaaHCHpij s. in. mecli. beam, working-beam. -iHoe depetio, balsam-tree.
BaJibHbiii, adj. of ball, ball; -Hoe ii.iamte,
BajiiHCi, s. m. equilibrium, balance, aquipoise;

il

,!

|j

j]

;|

com. balance, balance-sheet; - JiancoBHft, adj.


BaJiaHi; s. m. acorn, acorn-shell (mollusk).
BajiacTHTb, V. a. to ballast (a ship).
BajaCT-B, s. m. naut. ballast; -cxOBHfi, adj.
BaJiacb; s. m. balas, ruby.
BajaxoHi, . m. dim. -xoHeii,^, -xoH^HETb,
a kind of peasant's overcoat; a wide and large

ball-dress.
BaJiiocxpa;i;a;

-xoHHUtfi, adj.
s. m. -xEa,
vagabond.

stuflf;

jj

BaJEflCHHa,

BaaacHHRii,

j]

dress;

\\

BaaaxpMCTi),

BajOecHnqaxB;

s.

f.

s.

BaJHCHUiaxb;
s. f.

one's

i;.

jest, joke.
drollery; nonsense,

pop. to

n.

pi. baluster;

||

momimb to jest, joke.


BaMOyEi, s. w. hot. bamboo; -OyEOBBifi,
,

adj.

i|

BanajibHOcxb,

away

pop. jester,
j|

banterer.

BaaacBT,

vulg. vagrant,

n. coll. to idle

v.

trifler,

balustrade.
baluster.
in. baluster-turner;

s. f.

s. f.

s. f.

commonplaceness, platitude,

banality.

time like a sluggard.


BajiCecB; s. m. coll. lazy fellow, sluggard, drone,
booby.
Baj;](a, s. f. pommel, knob (of a stick); large

BaHaabHBift, adj. hackneyed, banal, trite,


commonplace; -ho, adv. tritely, in a commonplace manner.
BanaHi, s. 7n. hot. banana; -iiHOBBitt, adj.

hammer.

-anoBoe

\\

Bajij^axHH'B;

m.

s.

baldachin,

canopy,

dais;

-XHUiiLliif; adj.
I

Ba^ijUtJ^hkwh,

BaaepuHa,

s.

s.
f.

m. hot. valerian.
ballet-girl, ballet-

ballerina,

dancer.
BajiexMciiCTep'L, s. m. ballet-master.
BaaexiHKTi, s.m. -<iHi],a, s. f. ballet-dancer.
BasiaT'hf s. m. theat. ballet; -thbiA, adj.
||

Bajiucxa,

s. f.

BajHCTHKa,
Ba.iKa,

8. f.

BajKOHii,
'/

onnuA,

l)alista.

s. f.

|i

-cxM'iecEitt, adj.

beam, girder; dell, valley; ravine.


7)1.
dim. -e6h<ihe'B; balcony;
;

s.

(((//.
1|

Ba.i.TOTiiioBaiiie, s. n.
ballot, balloting, l)allot.
-Cfl,
i

V.

-XHpoBEa,

s. f.

l>a-

s. f. band, company; gang.


BaH^aacHCXTb, - ;i;axHHE'B, s. in. bandagemaker, truss-maker.
BaH^^aaci, s. m. chir. bandage, truss; -acHBiii,
adj. -aKHUii .\lacnlp^, see BaHAaatncTi.

BaH;i,a,

||

banderole, band-label (with


postal wrapper;
01 -poJiaxT., nodo -poJiBio, in postal wrapper,
with excise label-band; -poJiBHBiii, adj.
BaH;^iIXl.J s. wi. bandit.
BaH;]^yjiBepa, s. f. 7nil. shoulder-belt.
BaH;^ypa, s. f. mandore; \ -pHBift, adj.
BaH;^ypHcxB, *. m. mandore-player.
BauHXB, Bhi-, V. a. to wash, foment; to water
or soak (salt fish); artil. to sponge, wipe out.
BaH;i;ep6jiB,

/'.

s.

ticketed tax), excise label-band;

vote

ij

BaHEa,
liy

bm-, v. a. to ballot, elect by


p. to be lialloted; j)ar^ p. -po-

BnJiJOXH|)OBaTb,

||

dcpeeo, banana-tree.

||

balistics;

Bajija;^a, .v. f. ballad; -a^^iiutt, adj.


Baj.iacT'h, Baaaacxiixb, see BajiacTi,
JiaCTKTb.

]>allot;

ji

s.

/'.

di7n.

Leyden

AcudcHCKUM,

cupping-glass; jnait^
for rowers.

OaHO'iEa,

pot, bottle; jar;


phial, Leydcn -jar; wed
liank, shoal; thwart, seat
-

|i

,|

see BauKOMeii.
BaHKCXHHuaxB, 0. n. to banquet,

BaiiKepi,

KaHHUft.

junket.

m. 2>l. fiaJiJiia, ball, ballot-ball; mark


BaiiKoxT,, s. m. banquet, banqueting, regale;
- xHBilt, adj. - xaaa u>cpa,
(at Kchoolj; y neio Oi/pnue CaJlJliil o^ nooeOeiiiu, he
fort, banquette;
has bail rnarks for conduct.
caviar of tlie l)est quality.
Bajuiiaiibe, s. n. indulging, conniving; spoiling
BauKupcxBO, s. n. profession of a banker;
(children).
banking.
-pcEiJi, adj.
Bajioeaxb, v. a. to spoil (children;; to fondle;
BaHKiipi>,
>H. banker:
to connive; \v.7t.pop. to play, dally; -ca, c.r.p.
BauiKOBUtt, adj. banking, bank; CuAvvn, bankto Irolic; to get spoiled; j2>a/"^ p. OajoBaiiHuit.
note, hank-bill.
BaJiJii>,

s.

||

II

.v\

,|

EAHK
BaHKdMexi.,

m. banker (at qcunes).

s.

BaHKpoTCTBO, BauEpoTi,

see

BaHh-pyicTBO,

BiHKpTTHTbca,

V. n.

to

become or turn bank-

rupt; to fail.

BaHKpjTCTBO,

s.

n. bankruptcy, failure; a.iocm-

tijc, a fraudulent bankruptcy.

BaHKpvTi.,

m. bankrupt; -iTCEiti, adj.


na aKniJtvh, joint-stock
bank;
bank: faro (game); uipavib ei
to bank; depto keep the bank; copoamti
Mcanib
, to break
the bank.
BaHEHKi, s. m. bath-broom; artil. sponge.
BaHHoe^ adj. s. n. bath-tax.
BaHHEJ^; adj. fit for the baths;
Aucmz, the
leaf of a bath-broom; ohi, npucma.l^ ko .Hiub, koki
.tacnn, he sticks to me.

BaHRi;

BapHEa;^a, see EappHKajta.


BapHH-b, s. m. gentleman, nobleman;

Sir (compeople addressing a nobleman); owiimb wBom,,


to live like a nobleman.
BapHTOUl; s.m. mus. barytone.
BapuTi^ s. m. chem. baryta, baryte.
BapHTbca, OapHEqaxb, v. n. to play the great

s.

a.

in.

||

|i

jj

BaHOQHbifi, adj. of pot, glass, jar.


BaHT'B, s. VI. dim. 6aHTnKi>; bow, knot of

rib-

gentleman.

BapHii,

i|

m. chem. barium (metal).


Gapo^Ka, bark, boat;iiCaf. dim.
po<iHbii(; adj. ^nnnA .llbc^, timber of demolished
barks.
BapsaHi, Baph-aHOBbii^; see EapaKaHi.
Bapifi;

bather, bathing-

5. f.

bath-house; napooaa
vapour-bath;
to give a person a thrashing; to
one;!;

sZ.

s.

Bapsa,

s.

BapKapoja, 6\ f. barcarolle.
BapEaci, s. m. naut. long-boat

{of a man-of-

war).
i|

s. f.

woman, bath-keeper.
-HH),
s:old. reprove

great

pretensions.

\\

d.idatnb

nobleman's son; om cmpauiHuu,


nobleman, he has too much

s.7n.

he plays the

BapEoyTi, s.m.naut. main wales; -tthhA,

bons; breeches-flap.
BaHii];HET>, s. m. n^Hi^a;
BiiHflj

ii

mon

FaHKpy TT..

BAPH

11

ablution.

BapaOaHeHbe, s.n. drumming.


Bapa6aHHTB, npo-, v. n. to drum, beat the

Bapubi;

adj.

pi. small

shoulder-mantle (worn
by the ancient czars the day of their coronation).
BapOHaEpoHexp'b, s. m. baromacrometer.
BapoueTpH^ecEift, adj. barometric, al.
Bapostexporpa^'b, s. m. barometrograph.
BapoMexp'b^ s. m. barometer, weather-glass.
s.

f.

Bapouecca,

s. f.

baroness.

drum; v. a. coll. to divulge; to strum (onthc piano).


BapoHexi, s. m. baronet.
BapaOaHHBift, adj. of the drum; 6o, beat of
BapoHCEift, adj. baronial, baron's; no -ceh,
the drum-. cmapocma, drum-major, drum-sergeant; ado. baron-like.
nepenoHKa, amt. tympanum, ear-drum;
BapoHCXBO, s. n. baronage; barony.
-Haa KOMa, drum-head; -Haa na.iOHKa, drumBapoHi^ s. m. baron; prov. y ecuKato -na ceon
stick; -Hua namnoKKu, drum-strings.
0anmn3iH, every man has his peculiar bent.
BapadaHn^HEi, 5. m. drummer; drum-fish;
BapocEon'b^ s. m. baroscope.
*6aHii;Htiitt; adj.
BaponHHEi; s. m. bark-man, barge-man; masBapaOaai, s. wt. rft/w. -hihk'b, drum; 6o.ibiuou ter of a bark.
UAU mi/peuKtu, mil. the big drum; anat. cavity
Bapo^Hbifi, adj. see Bapna.
of the tympanum, ear-drum; barrel (of a icatch).
BappHEa;]^a, s. f. barricade, barricade.
BapaOomHTb; v. a. coll. to heap up in disorder,
BapcEifl, adj. seigniorial; belonging to a nobletu.-n over, rummage.
man; oKumb Ha -CE710 Hoty, to live like a nobleBapasaHi; s.m. barracan; -aaoBEift, adj.
man; -CEaa c;?ec6, aristocratic pride; hot. scarlet
BapaEi>; s. m. barrack.
lychnis, knight's cross; -cku, no -CBH, adv. in
BapaHei](i>; s. m. hot. fir-leaved club-moss, earth- a nobleman's way, like a nobleman.
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BapcxBO,

BapauHHa^

gentleman;

of

state

fig. fas-

vmo 3a what pretensions!


BapcxBOBaxb, v. n. to play the grand gentle-

mutton.

s. f.

n.

s.

tidiousness;

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BapaHiit, adj. ram's: made of sheep-skin; topox^y hot. chick-peas.


man.
BapaHEa, s. f. dim. -Hoqsa, a round cracknel;
BapcyE-B, s.m. dim. OapcyqoE-b, badger, hog\\hot. arnica.
badger, brock; -yqifi, -yEOBbiJ^^ adj. -y^ba
BapaaoKii^ s. m. a rough i>lane.
codana, terrier-beagle.
Bai>aH^HEi>, s. VI. hot. officinal primrose,
Bapcb; s. m. panther; dapcoBbifi, adj.
cowslip.
Bapxaxei^i; .s. m. velveting, velvet-ribbon; bat.
Bapaai, s. m. dim. - ameEi, ram, sheep; Indian pink.
battering-ram (machine); two-beaked ewer.
BapxaxucxHtt, adj. velvet, velveting, velvety.
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ii

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BapaxTaHbe,

BapxaxEa, s. f. velvet-ribbon.
BapxaxRHRi, s. m. hot. amaranth, cockscomb,

n. struggling, sprawling, floun-

s.

dering: resisting.

BapaxTaTbca,

v. n. to

wrestle, sprawl, struggle,

flounder; to resist.

BapameRT>;

s.

m.hird, snipe;

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coll.e%

6yMaMKn,

a present of money, bribe; !i^Z. - auiRH, foam,


froth on tlie sea; little curls; hot. little screwnuts: see Bai)aHi.,

velvet-flower.

fiapxaxit, s. m. velvet;
velvet; Kunopnbia,6y.HaMCHbiu

velveteen;'!

terry-

-XHUfi,

adj.

BapqeaoE'bj Bap^yKi, s.m. dim. pop. son

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HcpasptbaHou

of

a nobleman.

Bap6apti3Mii,

s. m. barbarism.
Bapn^HHa,
f. average, husbandry service;
6ap6apHCHHEi>, s. m. barberry-bush.
unpleasant task.
BapOapuci.. s. m. shrub, barben-y; -hchuiI,
m. naut. bar (of a harbour).
Bapi,
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fig.

s'.

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-iicoBKitt, adj.

BapCexi.,

Bapbi; s.m.

m. fort, barbet.
BapBeaa; s. f. fish, red surmullet, gurnet.
BapBHHOEi>, s. m. hot. lesser periwinkle.
Bapj];a, s. f. malt-grains; -^^ouhuA^ adj.
Bap^^i, s. m. bard (poet - mu<:ician of Celtic
;

heroe<).^

Bapex'i,
m. barege.
Bapeabe^tij s.m. has-relief;
Bapaca, s. f. barge.
.<!.

i,

-4>**"fi> udj-

Bapnui.

pi. see

Bapbiua, s. f. nobleman's wife,


madam; -hh, pi. ladies, women.

s.

mistress, lady;

{|

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m. -HHi^a, .s. f. jobber, forehorse-jobber, horse-dealer;


.lomadujiuu
-HHiecKiff; >iHu<ii^, adj.
BapuiUHuiaube^ .s. n. forestaller's or jobber's
trade; buying-up.

BapbiiuuHE'b,

staller;

.-?.

Il

BapbimHU<iaxb; v.
BapbimuHHecxBO^

n. (u>b.u^), to job, forestall.

see

BapumuHHanbe.

BAPH

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maBaxbRa, s. m. pop. father: prov. Ka):037,


BapbiniHUfi, adj. of profit, gained, acquired.
unmarried lady, damsel; miss; KOGu y neto u dibmnu, as is the master, so is the
BapuiuHfl;
servant.
td)bl where is Miss (with christian name)?
BaxiomKa, s. m. dim. father, papa; fam. dear
Bapbimi, s. m. profit, gain, lucre; prov.c^
father (addressing a priest).
HUK.rado.m na odHwxh caiiMXh ibadnim, there is no sir; reverend
Baxfl, see BaieHbRa.
trader who does not meet with losses; ne do -ma,
m. dim. -yjien.'b, yabiHK'b, trunk,
BayJit,
name is better
obi.ia OM cmua xoi)oma, a good
case, coffer; -yJibHH A, adj.
than riches.
BaxBiiJiHXb, V. n. -ca, v. r. pop. to praise
Baptepi., s. m. barrier, fence.
,

.s. /'.

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;|

s'.

il

one's self; to boast, brag, play the braggart; to


bluster, swagger.

BaceHHnKi., s. m. fable-maker, fable-monger.


BaccHHHii, adj. fable, of a fable, of a tale.

BaxBaJii,

m. bass-singer; bass-player.
adj. base, deep-toned.
n. to sing the bass: to speak in a
bass or coarse voice.

BacHCTTi,

s.

BacHCTHft,
BacHTB, V.

s. f.

pop. boaster, brag-

BaxBaabCXBO, s. n. rodomontade.
peasant's boot.
Baxuaa,

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/".

s-.

Baxpo5ia,s./'.(Zit.daxpoMKa, fringe;

m. Mongol tax-gatherer.
/".
slight setting of image.
BacMa,
BacHonHcei^'b, .s. m. fabulist, fabler, writer of

BacKaK-B,

m. -Jisa,

s.

gart, rodomont.

.<.

ji

-OMHHft,

.S-.

BaxpoMHCXufi, BaxpoMqaxHtt,
fring.".

fables.

BacHOCJOBHTb,

BaxpoMHXb,

n. to fable, tell tales; to dote,

V.

BacHOcaoBie, s. n.
BacHOCJOBHOCTB,

Baxua,

fable, mythology.

BacHOCJiOBHBitt,

m. fringe-maker.
box of one pound of
.s.

tea;

see

BaKraa.

fabulousness.
adj. fabulous, mythological;
.s.

/'.

s.

a. to fringe.

V.

Baxposim.uK'b,

talk idly.

adj. with long

f.

Bai^axb, Oai^Hyxb,

v. a.

pop. to slap, strike; to

flap; -ca, V. n. to fall heavily.


-HO, adv.ly.
BauH.iJia, s. f. bacillus.
BacHOCJioBX, X. m. babbler, liar.
Bau.'b, inter, pop. abbreviation of the ver''
BacHb, s. f. fable, fiction.
BacHH, s. f. dim. CaceHKa, fable; tale; prov. Cimnyxb, slap! l)ang! oht, eton'> mcKib, and there
co.ioabJi -HHMii lie KOl)MHm^, a hungry belly has he deals him a blow on the cheek.
BauicuKa, s. f. turritella (shell); \ dim. of
no ears.
BacoBhiii, adj. mtifi. bass; KAwm, bass-clef; BaraHfl.^
BaiuBa, s. f. jowl (of a fish); coll. head, pate,
-Baa cmpijna, l)ass-string.
noddle; block-head; head of bellows.
BacoKX, s. m. bass-string.
BauiJiUK'b, s. m. Caucasian cowl.
galloon-maker,
BaconmnEii, s.vi. -mima, s.
Bam9iaK%, s. m. dim. -MaiOKi, shoe; obimb
lace-maker, trimming-maker.
m. galloon, trimming; -OHHUfi adj. nodi KOMi y .wcHbc, to be henpecked by one's
BacoH'B,
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/".

.s.

jj

BacceiiH'i.,
-ttHBiii, adj.

s.

m.

reservoir

of

water;

wife;

x.

m. mus. basset-horn.

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give

coll.

s.

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il

my

dear.
IJaxep-b, s-. m. hot. meadow-sweet,
)u.

s.

moadow-queen.
-cxoBuft, adj.
weight used in Southern and
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femur,

7/1. journoyman, workman


.V.
(among
-panifl, adj.
fiaxpaxHX'b, s. m. min. batrachites, frog-stone.
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Baxpa'iHxa,

Baxpii'iK)!,

woman; wife

s.

f.

hiri-d

n.

BoAPa,

rest-stick,

Baxpiiii'b,

peasants);

Hindu dancing-

adj.

BeruH'b-pert, s. m. naut. cross-jack-yard.


Beri., see Ben.

.s'.

Baxonj

(a

s-.

rods.

Baxo:K6K'j., v. m. dim. of
maul-stick (of painters).

turret;

s'.

v.

-uTOBUii,

Eastern Russia (oari/in/j in different localities).


Baxor'b,
m. stick, rod, cudgel; ipZ. -xorn,

-xuKbM,

tower,

;.

m. poet (of the ancient Slaves).


pop. to say, speak.
B;^HxeJib, s. in. -HUi],a, .s. /". waker; watcher.
B;^Hxo.ibHOCXb, s. f. vigilance, watchfulness.
B;^uxeJbUi>iii, adj. wakeful; watchful, vigilant;
-HO, ad(;. ly.
Bj^BHie, s. n. vigilance; watchfulness; oceHomevening service (before a feast).
noe
B,^'fexb, V. n. to be awake; to sit up (at night);
fig. to attend to, watch over; to keep a watchful
I
eye over.^
BsrcMox'r>,
m. zool. beliemoth, hippopotamus:

Baaxb,

BaxajibOHi>,
m. mil. battalion; -ohhwA, adj.
Baxap;^u, v. n. indecl. batardeau, embankment
{of a river or moat).
Baxapea, s. f. mil. battery; -pettHwJi, adj.
Baxeubh-a, .v. m. dim. of oxei^T.; /an. my dear

liaxMJiii'b,

OameHKa,

uaiueuubii^, adj.
6aft, OaioiUKn, lullaby (song to make c

BaHH'b,

painting.

batist;

dim.

- aabUMii, adj.
Huft otoub, running-fire;
ajBHafl u.iu -a;iHnccEa}i jtcumnuct,, battle-

m.

f.

girl).

i]

.s.

s.

rock, castle (at chess);

BaioKaHbe, s. n. lulling.
BaioKaxb, v. a. to lull.
Baa;^epKa, s. f. bayadere

BaxHCXi.,

shoe-maker;

Bawt,
hnhy sleep).

Baxa.iep'B, s. m. naut. steward, store-keeper;


ynmep-o
steward's mate; H -CKiit, adj. -CKaa
Kanmri, steward's room.
Baxa.iiicx'b, .v. m. painter of battle-pieces.
BaxiuiiH, .s. /'. mil. battle, fight, engagement;

sir,

-sia^Hbift, adj.
s. f.

-Hnqiti, adj.

Bamaa,

off.

.s-.

a shoe-maker.

BacypMaHTi, see BycypMani.


BacB, s. m. mus. bass; bass-singer.

shoe (of a pile);


s. m. -Huu,a,

iron, iron

BauiMa'iuMiaHbe, s. n. shoe-making.
Bauiiia^HH^axb, v. n. to practice the trade of

enough.
m. fort, bastion; -OHHbift, adj.
BacTOBaTb, 3a-, v. n. to cease, leave otf,
adv.

BacxioHi.,

BauiMa<iHUKX,

BaccexTb-ropHii,

Bacxa,

basin,

N.

f.

Be;i;po,

s.

n. hip,

haunch;! ?.

tliigli-l'one.

n.
Be;^poII^^I.,
-Hl^oltutt, adj.

m.

hot.

pimpernel,

burnel;

strong-haunched.
Bo.'^eimwtt, adj. femoral, of
m. bedouin.

llt'j^piicxMtt, adj.

work-

l(\T,l)HHr.ift,

of a journeyniaii.

Be;^yl^H'^.,

>.

hij..

BaxpiiMHXb,
neyman.
Baxiupiij^HKii,

V.

s.

n.

w(.

to labour,

work

HciKii, .s. m. beige, unbleached serge.


Boaa.iiiOepiiot'Xb, s. f. want of order (in one's
action^), insipidity, absurdity.

as a jour-

prinf. inker, printer.


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BeaajaOepHBifi, adj. absurd, insipid, acting


without the least system; -ho, adc. ly.
Bes6oa:ie, s. n. atheism, impiety.
BesOoacHHK'b, s.m. -HHi^a, /'. atheist, ungodly
man or woman; impious person.
Be3(io:KHUiaHbo, .s\ n. an ungodly life.
BesuoaKHiiiaTb, -HH^ecxBOBaTb, v. n. to lead

.<?.

an ungodly

life.

BesOoXHiiiecTBO,

n.

.s.

impiousness,

impiety,

irreligion, irreligiousuess.

- OoasuiiqecKiii, adj. impious,


- ho, - ckii, ado.lr,o,^^
godless;
-HO <-^ H^^.H^ iiocmi/naevih, he treats him without
pity, without the least compassion.
BesOoKift, adj. thin-flanked.
BesOoaisHeHHOCTb, s. /'. perfect health.
BeaOo.i-BSHeHHutt, adj. perfectly healthy; -ho,
ado. painlessly, without pain; soundly.
Be36ol)6;^Htt, adj. beardless, without a beard.
BesoojisHCHHOCxb, .s. /'. fearlessness, intrepidity;
undaunteduess, dauntlessness.
BesCoasHeHHRii, adj. fearless, intrepid; unBeafioxHWil,

irreligious,

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daunted, dauntless;

-ho, adv.\\.

BesOpaHHbitt,
BeaOpaiic, s.

BesOpaiHOCTb,

single

mous;

n.

.s.

-HO, adv.

hot.

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stances.
Be3Be;i;pie,

jj

never

s.

competency,

f.

not

adj.

-ho, ado.

left her.

BesBMiypHbift, adj. simple, without


il

destinely, secretly.
BesB-Bpie, s-. n. incredulity; irreligion.

circum-

easy

poor, secure, in easy


securely, in easy circum-

n.

bad weather.

1;

is

insipidity;

dressed without any taste.


adj. tasteless, savourless;

-HO,

ij

ly.

.s>.

Ji

unknown

06e3r.iaB.iHBaTt.

see

disaster.

lawful.

BesBOSBpaxHHit, adj. irrevocable, irreparable,


-ho, adv. bly.
Bc3B03J^yuIHKItt, adj. airless; -hoc npocmpan-

vacuum.
Be3B03Me3;^uo,

stupid, brainless.
Be3ro.i6cbiu, adj. voiceless, having no voice.
Be3rocy;i;apHbitt, adj. -hop opeMH, interregnum.
BesrpaMOXHOCXb, .9. /". ignorance, illiterateness.

BesrpaMOXHuft,
s.

BesrpaHHiHOCXb,

unbounded,

jj

Besrpiiuie,

6.

narrow-

breasted,

BesrphinHOCXb,

.s.

f.

sinless-

ness, innocence.

Besrp-BiuHHft, adj. sinless, free from sin; -Htie


casual or accidental benefits: -ho, ado.
without sin, sinlessly.
BcsryGwif, adj. lipless, without lips.
Be3;^aHHMft, adj. duty free: -ho, adv. gra[i

tuitously,

^\ f. harmlessness,innocuousness,
innocence, innocency.
Be3Bpe;iiHbiiir,rtf?7.harmless,innocuous, innoxious;
innocent: -ho, adv.
ly.
BesBpeMeHHOCXb, s. f. untimeliness; unseasonableness.
BesBpesieHHUii, adj. untimely; unseasonable;

unlimitedness, unbound-

Be3rpy;i;Hft, adj. narrow


chested, tight-chested.

ndo. without reward, gratis;


free of cost, for nothing.
Bc3B03Me3;^uHii, adj. gratuitous, free of cost.
BesBO-iocHna, s. f. -Baacie, s. n. want of hair,

',

s. f.

Be3rpHBBiii, adj. maneless, without a mane.

doxodbi,

BesBpej^HOCXb,

ignorant:

unlearned,

BesrpaHH^Huii, adj. unlimited,


-ho, adv.lj-

boundless;

cineo.

baldness.
BesBO.iocbitt, Be3BaacHft, adj. hairless, bald.

adj.

agrammatist.

edness.

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innoxiousness;

s.

live

BesroaoButt, adj. headless; without a head;

nanoe -cie oh eto

BesBJiaa^HBiit, adj. unwet, dry.


BesBjacTie, s. n. anarchy.
Be3B.iacTH0CTb, .9. f. powerlessness, want of
authority, impotence.
BesBjaCTHHfl, adj. powerless, impotent.
Be3B0;^Hitt, adj. waterless, droughty, dry; arid.
/".
BesBoj^se, s. n. - B6;i;im,a, - Bo;i;HOCTb,
want of water, want of rain; dryness, aridity drought.
BesBOsOpaHHEJli, adj. not forbidden, permitted,

irreversible;

unbeliever; impious

f.

I;

BesBKyCHUit,
adv.

s.

Be3rJiaBbi]^, adj. headless; acephalous.


BesrJiasbiii, adj. eyeless, without eyes.
Besrjacie, s. n. aphony, loss of voice.
BesrjiacHocxb, .s\ f. want of notoriety.
Be3rJiaCHbitt, adj. mute, voiceless; -Ha oynea,
gram, mute letter; clandestine; without notoriety
or publicity; unentitled to vote.
BesrH-isBHbiit, adj. without anger.
Be3rHii3;i;HHft, adj. having no nest, deprived
of nest.
Be3ro;i;be, .s. n. Be3r6AHii,a, .9. f. pop. bad year;

/'.

tastelessnoss;

he

m. -pKa,

s.

ji

nnp.Hdii.,

s.

obscurity;
uncertainty;
to the world.
BesB-BCXHBitt, adj. unknown; obsure; -ho, adv.
unknown to; obscurely.
BesB-BxpeHMfi, adj. windless, calm.
BeSBixpie, s. n. calm, want of wind.

BesBHHHOCTb, s. f. iunocencc; guiltlessness.


BesBHHHutt, adj. innocent, guiltless, not guilty;
-ho, ado. ly; cio ocyharmless; inoffensive:
di(.iu -ho, he has been unjustly accused.
BesBKycie, s. n. want of misfortune,
BesBKTcni^a, s.
taste,

affectation.

not absenting one's self:


-HO, adv. Olio MUA^ wa.M7> dea loda -ho, he did
not leave the place during two years.
Be3B-B;^0Mbiii, adj. unknown, unwarned; clandestine, secret; -mo, adv. unknown to, clanadj.

Be3BM']&3;i;HBitt,

Be3raaBHTb,

stances.

j|

BesfipoBEiff, adj. browless.


BesOpioxiii, adj. flat-bellied.
BesOypHHfi, adj. stormless, calm.

BesO-ii^^Hbift,

jj

BesB-Bp'b,

in celibacy, singly.

BeaO Bj^HOCTb,

unseasonably, not

Be3BpeMeHbe, s'. n. -speMeHHHi^a, s. f. unseasonable weather; improper time.


Be3Bbiro;i;HOCXb, .s\ f. disadvantage.
Be3Bwro;i,HEiit, adj. disadvantageous; -ho,
adv. without any profit or advantage.
Bc3BIJX0J^H0CXb, H. f. the state of having no
noAOMeiiiH, a helpless poissue; helplessness;
sition, the most critical state.
Be3Bwxo;i,HHit, adj. not going out. always
present; having no outlet or issue; -hoc no.iosKenie, a helpless position; - ho, adv. without
absenting one's self; om ouat, npu nea -ho, he

man, woman.
Be3Bi}CXH0CXb,
aga- owumb 8^ -XH, to

BesfipexHHit, adj. shoreless,unlimited, limitless,


boundless, unbounded.

circumstances:

adv. untimely;
\ -ho,
at a proper time.

celibacy,

f.

unmarried, single;

adj.

BEBJl

ill-timed;

adj. peaceful; quiet.

life.

BesOpauHHU,

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for nothing;

-HO-0e3n6maHHHO,

adv.

without paying the entry duties.


Be3;i;apH0CXb, .s\ f. Avant of talent, incapableness.
Bc3;^apHbi[, adj. without genius, not talented:
incapable: -ho, adv. without talent.
Bc3;^CHea:HHfl, adj. moneyless, poor in money,
penniless, not having money, destitude of money:
Jl

gratuitous: -HO, ado. gratis.


Bc3;i;eHca;be, .. n. BesjencaiHOCXb,
or scarcity of money; pennilessness.
,j

s.

f.

want

_ u -

BE3JI;

Bes^Ha,

$.

f.

precipice;

gulf;

abyss,

immense

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a very great number, a very great or


deal, a world of; 1/ HeiodpyaeU, he has

quantity,

BE.3K

Besxa.iouHEiit,

what

adj.

is

not to be pleal

or cannot be plead against.

BesacaaocTHOCTb,

goor
numberless friends.

s. f.

pitilessness.

Be3SKa.iocTHMft, adj. pitiless; -HO, ady.ly,


of rain; dryness of without pity.
Be3;^6aK;i,ie, s. n. want
Bosaca.ibHbiu, adj. stingless, having no sting.
weather.
BesateJiiHutt, adj. bileless, without bile.
Be3;^6xAHHttj adj. rainless, arid, dry.
BesaieHHBii^, adj. without a wife, wifeless.
Be3;^0H>I01HBItt, adj. clear of arrears; \ -ho,
BesaieHCTBO, s. n. celibacy; widowerhood.
adv. without arrears.
BesaceHCTBOBaxb, v. n. to live in celibacy or
Be3;i;oKa3aTeji.HHi1[, adj. proofless, unproved,
that remains to be proved; that cannot be proved. remain a widower.
BesaciiSHeHHOCTB, s. f. lifelessness, inanimation.
Be3;i;oja:HOCTH6fi, adj. without office or duty.
BesxusHeHHbii}, adj. lifeless, inanimate; -ho,
Be3;T;6.iacHfjfir, adj. free from debt.
||

[i

Be3;i;6jHT&, see OfieaaojiHTi..


Be3j;oabHMft, adj. unfortunate;

||

hot.

acoty-

ledonous.

m. -HHi^a, s. f. houseless or
Be3;^6MHHKi,,
homeless man or woman.
Be3;i.6MHua, adj. houseless, homeless, destitude
of a home.
BesAOMOKi, s. m. -j^OMKa, s. f. see BesAOM.5.

HHKT.,

HHUa.

n. -;i;oMHn,a,
Be3;^6Mbe,
houseless, homelessness.

ooHKa,

very deep;

fig.

lavisher, spendthrift.

fitj.

jl

Be3;^op6aKH^a,

s.

n.

impassable

barrenness,

unproduc-

f.

-poasbe,

s.

f.

s.

roads.

Be8;^ox6;i;HOCTB,
tiveness.

BesAOXOAHHft,

giving

adj.

or

no

producing

income, no revenue.
Be3;i;yiuie,
of feeling.

s.

II

BcssaOoTHOCTB,

hibited;

allowed; unlimited,
defence; - ho

unrestrained;

Ij

without

||

-ho,

npedannuu, devoted

heart and soul.

Be33a36pHOCTb, s. f. irreprehensibleness, irrej)roachableness, blamelessness,


Be33a3opHbiiir, adj. irreprehensible, irreproachable, blameless.
BessaKOHie, s. n. iniquity, injustice, impiety.
BessaKOHHHK-B, s. m. - HHU,a, s. f. lawless,
iniquitous impious man or woman.
BesaaKOHHHiaxb, o. n. to act unlawfully,
against the law; to be impious.
BesaaKOHHOcxb, s.f. illegality; lawlessness.
BessaEOHHHtt, adj. unlawful, iniquitous, impious;

||

heartlessness,

want

jl

-HO,

adj.

soulless, lifeless;

*;.

not

ly.

make

a vow.

Be33acxyuHbiA, adj. defenceless, unprotected.


Be33acx-BHiHB0CXb, s.f. impudence, immodesty.
BessacxBHqHBHfir, adj. impudent, immodest:
-BO, ado.lj.

lifeless-

ness.

Be3;^MxaHHUtt, adj. breathless, lifeless, dead.


Be3,^iittCTBeHHMii, adj. inactive, inefficacious;
unemployed, unoccupied.

Be33ap6,^HmHbifl, adj. hot. inembryonate.


BessapoiHBift, adj. free from a vow, who did

heartless;

-HO, adv. ly.


Bes^^MMHKi^, adj. smokeless.
Bes^^uxaHHOCTb,
f. breathlessness;

ado.

jl

feeling.

Be3;^yI^^Hft,

BesaaSoTJHBOcTb.

n. lifelessness;

Be8;i;yiuHHiecTB0, s. n. heartlessness; narrowness of mind; want of feeling, of conscience.


Bes^^yiuHOCTB, s. /'. heartlessness, want of

ll

see

BessaBucxjinBbitt, -bhcthbi^, adj. free from


envy, without envy.
BessaB-BXHbift, adj. not in defence, not proado.

bottomless;

adj.

Be3;i,6HHHfi,

-Haa

state of being

s. f.

.,\

ado.
ly.
Be3aiu.ibHBiii, adj. veinless.
BessaOoTJiHBOCTB, s. f. carelessness, indolence.
Be33a66TJiHBbiJi, Be33a66THBii'i, adj. careless;
-BO, -HO, adv. ly.

Ij

Be33ax^fijiHBbiff,

-xiftHMft, adj.

unceremo-

nious, not capricious, simple.

ii

Be33a'iexHMfl, ac{j. unreckoned, not counted or


s. n. inaction, inertness; inactivity,
included in; exchmve;peKpymi, a recruit entering
inefficaciousness.
Be8;^-BJiCTB0BaTb, v. n. to remain inactive, the service as a punishment.
Bc33au;iixH0CXb, .s. f. defencelessness.
indolent.
Bessau^nxHuii, adj. defenceless, unsheltered,
Bo3,iB.iui;a, s. f. dim. - ;^-BJiBa, - .i^ibjo^Ra,
- ;^fe.lyuIKa, trifle, bagatelle, trifling matter; unprotected.
Be33Byiie, s. n. the want of sound.
bauble; gewgaw; oui sanAamiiA^ aa dtno -JiHi^y,
BessByuHUii, adj. soundless; dull; ^o.toc5, a
he paid a trifle or very little for this.
Be3;^'BJbe, s. n. inaction, want of employment, hollow voice; -ho, ado. soundlessly.
BossBBS^'^HUii, adj. starless; dark.
of occupation; indolence; oim -jbh, for want of
BesBCMeabe, .9. n. want of arable land.
employment, for lack of business; from idleness.
Be33eMe.TBHfaii, adj. doticient in arable land.
Bca^B.iBHME'B, s. 711. - uHi^a, s. f. rascal,
Bc83o6bitii, adj. wenless.
miscreant; rogue, knave.
Be8;i;B.ibiiH<iaiiBC, - hhicctbo, s. n. idling
BoasyOuft, adj. toothless.
BcsuK'b, s. m, bezique (a game at cards).
away one's time; rascality.
Be3Ka6.iy'iHbift, adj. witliout heels (of boots).
Bc3;^B-ibHHiaTB, v.n. to idle away one's time;
JioaKBiicie, s. n. unleavened state.
to act like a rascal.
BesKBiicuiiitt, adj. unleavened, free from acid.
Bc3;^B.iBiiii<iecRiii, adj. rascally, roguish, knavfrankness,
-ucckh, ado. like a rascal, roguishly,
JJcsKOBiipHOCTB, ,s. f. sincerity,
ish;
Hes^T B.1BHUA, adj. unemployed; idle; - HO, plainness.
Be3K0Uiipiii>n1[, adj. sincere, frank.
ado. iiily.
lioaKOShipiiMil, adj. without trumps (at cards).
Bos^'^BTUBitt, adj. childless, without progeny or
not
lieaKO.i BiiHuft, - j-BUO'iHuft, adj. hot.
issue.
Be3;^i4ttCTBie,

indolence;

1|

;|

i|

||

Ij

jj

\\

Be8;^BTCTB0,

s.

n.

children.
Bea^-^rjJiTO.ibHOCTB,

- thoctb,
s.

f.

s.

f.

inactivity;

want
sec

of

Bc3-

AtflcTuic.

Be3K03iau,;Hbn1, adj. having no command over


any one; done without command.
li(>;)KOiic>iuocxB,

Bc8,T;hHTC.iBiiiiitt, adj. inactive.

Be3e,s..a

gcniculated.

liglit

pastry of white of eggs and sugar.

everlastiiigness;

]|

s.

f.

infinity;

endlessness,

immensity.

BeaKoiieiHTjA,

adj. endless, infinite;

;|

eunm^,

EE3K
endless

15

immense;

screw;

everlasting

or

||

|i

- ho,

BesJiicxHBifif, adj. without place or employment.


BesMaxesKHOcxB, s. f. tranquillity, quietness,

ado.\)\

stillness,

BesKOHHUtt, adj. without horses,


BesKOHTpoabHHli, adj. - ho, adv.

BesMflxe^KHBifi, adj. undisturbed, tranquil, quiet:

without

coatrol.

-HO,

,1

BesRopMiii^a, s.f. want of fodder, deticiency


in fodder, in provender, in forage.
BesBopMHUtt, adj. wanting fodder or ])rovender.

BesKopwcTio,

BesKopHCTHOCTb,

n.

s.

s.

f.

disinterestedness.

Be3KopfaicTUu[,

adj.

EE30

disinterested;

- ho,

j|

fldy. ly.

adv.

ly.

adj. without dung or manure,


dungless.
Be3Ha;T,e:iKUXB, see 0Ce3HaJ^e2CHBaTI..
Be3Ha;iiea:HocxB, s. f. hopelessness; hopeless or
desparate state.
Be3Ha;i;e3:HBi[, adj. hopeless, past hope, desperate; -HO, adv. past hope,
ly.
BesHaKasaHHOCXB, s. f. impunity.
Be3HaRa3aHHBrft, adj. unpunished; -ho, adv.
with impunity.
Be3HaM-BpeHH0CXB, s. f. absence of design,

BesHaBOSHBili,

II

BesKoCTHMii,

adj. boneless;

without fish-bones
i|

or whalebones.

i|

BesKpaMOJbHMtt,

adj. not

mutinous,

not

se-

ditious; peaceful.

accidentality.

BesKpoBBJiBHUft, adj. roofless.


BesKpoBie, s. n. -kpobhoctb,
of blood; ined. anemy.

Be3HaM-BpeHHBiii, adj. undesigned, unintention-HO, adv. without design, ly.


BesHJinacxHEiii, adj. having no calamity.
BesKpoBHHii, adj. bloodless; not bloody; H havBe3Hapfl;i;HUH, adj. done without being oring no parents or relations; homeless, roofless.
dered; not ornamented, unadorned.
BesKpyiuHHHfi, adj. free from sorrow.
n. the state of being without
Be3Hacj-B;i;ie,
wingless,
adj.
BeSKptiJiHft, - KpMJibHHfi,
s. f.

deficiency

al;

li

II

,s.

apteral.
Be3Ja;i,Hn,a,

heirs,

BesJanBi^, adj. pawless.


BesaenecTKOBHtt, adj. bot. apetalous.
BesJiecTHHft, adj. unflattering; sincere.
Bea.iiiCTBeHHkft, BesJiHCTHUft, adj. leafless.
Be3auii;Kifi, adj. faceless.
BesjiH^HBift, adj. gram,

heirs.

Be3Hacj-Bji;HBift, adj. heirless, without posterity.


Be3Ha>ia.iie, s. n. anarchy; lawlessness.
BesHaiaJiBHHiaxB, v. n. to remain without a
chief; to be one's own master.
BesHaiaaBHBiu, adj. anarchic, al; having no
beginning; -ho, adv. anarchically; without begin-

discord, misunderstanding.

s. f.

want of

ij

||

impersonal;

jj

- ho,

ning.

BesHaiaJBCxBeHHBifl, adj. anarchical, having


Besaodufi, adj. with a low or narrow forehead. no cliiefs.
Be3HeB'BCXHaa, adj. not betrothed (of the
BesayHic, s. n. moonless time.
Holy Virgin).
BeaayHHHii, adj. without moonlight.
Be3H0rifi, adj. without feet or legs, footless;
BesJ^Cbe, s. n. want of wood; woodless tract;
apodal (of insects);^ -ria, s. pi. apodes (insects).
-iJi-BCHEift, adj. woodless.

adv.\\.

I,

BesaixHOCTB, s. f. eternity; -JiixHBitt,


eternal, having neither beginning nor end.
||

BesjfO^HTB,

BcsHocBiii, adj. noseless.

adj.

BesHpaBCXBeHHOCXB,
BesHpaBCXBOHHBitt,

see OSesarojiHTi..

Bc3JiK>;i;HBift, adj. unpeopled, thinly peopled.


- jih);i;ctbo, s. n. deficiency of
Be3JiH)ji;Be,

adv.

|1

fie3HeHiii;nE'B,

s.

m. disinterested man.

s.

needless.

adv.

ly.

BesofijiaiHOCXB, s. f. cloudlessness; serenity.


BesodjaiHBifi, adj. cloudless; serene.
Be30()J[Ha:HHtt, adj. coll. not lying or cheating;

Be30dpii3HTB, see OSesoopasHBaTt.


Be3o6pa3ie,s.. deformity, ugliness; unbecoming
i|

BcsMCHT., s. m.
-HeHHBifi, adj. of steelyard.
Be35i03rj[0CXB,

see Beai..

veridical.

m. steelyard-maker.
dim. MeHiHK'B, steelyard;

s.

- ho,

s. m. med. bezoar-stone.
Be3o6H;^HOCXB, s. f. inoffensiveness.
Be30(>HAHHlt, adj. inoffensive; harmless; H -HO,

gratuitous;

disinterested,

adj.
Be33iC3;i;HBi:&,
-HO, adv. gratis.

Be30ap'B,

estedness.

BesMes^HHK'B,

immoral;

ly.

Be30,

see OSesarojil'feTb.

BesMajia, adv. coll. nearly, almost.


BesMaxepHiii, -TepHMft, adj. motherless.
Be3Me3;i;ie, s. n. -Me3;i;H0CXB, s. f. disinter-

immorality.

/".

adj.

Be3HyaBHEitt, adj. free from want;

population; prov. na -A^H m Ooua daopHHum, in a


waste every one can be king or in the land of
the blind one-eyed people are kings.

Bes J w^li'feTB,

s.

want of

f.

brains; silliness,

deeds, indecency.

Be3o6pa3HHiaxB, v. n. to behave one's self


indecently, in an unbecoming manner.
nat. his. amorphy, want
Be3o6pa3HOCxB, s.
/".

of form.

stupidity.

BesHosrjiBifi, adj. brainless; stupid,

Be3o6pa3HOCXB,

silly.

BesHO^iBic, s. n. silence; taciturnity; calm.


Be3M6jiBHHK'B, x. m. who has made the vow to
remain silent; anchorite.
BesMOJBHBiit, adj. silent, not saying a word,
taciturn; calm, quiet; -HO, adv. silently, without
saying a word; calmly.
ij

BesMOJiBCXBOBaxB,
remain or be silent.

V.

n.

to

keep

silence;

to

BesMpaiiHBiJi, adj. not obscure.


BesMy^ie, s. n. the state of a woman without
a husband.
BesMysKHaa, adj. unmarried, without husband.

BesMipie,

s.

n.

- m^phocxb,

s.

f.

excess,

immensity, enormity.
6e3MspHFi[M, adj. excessive, extreme, immense,
enormous; -HO, ado. ly.
II

s.f. see

BesoSpasie.

BesoOpasHBiii, adj. disfigured, deformed, ugly.


Be366pa3HBiu, adj. nat. his. amorphous, having

no regular shape.
Be306p6iHBiii, adj. free or exempt

from

tlie

excuse,

not

poll-tax.

Be3oroBopoiHMii, adj. without


admitting any reserve or clause.
BcsuKiJi, adj. eyeless.
Be30nac.iHB0CXB,

s. f.

security;

incautiousness,

improvidence.

Bo30uac.iHBBiu, adj. incautious, improvident:


-BO, adv. ly.
BesonacHOCXB, s. f. safety, security; Smnh a^
-cxH, to be in security, in safety.

II

BesonaoHBitt, adj.

-HO,
II

adv.l'i.

safe, secure; not

dangerous;

BE30

BE3II

16

to faint, faint
e^
lose the memory.

BesopTj^HHfi, adj. -svithout organs.


BesopyatHHit, adj. unarmed, withvoiit arms.

away,

become

to

senseless;

to lose the memory; to


Be3naMaT'fcxB, v.
BesocxaHOBOiHOCTB, s. f. uninterruptedness.
BesocTaHoBO^HHU, adj. uninterrupted, un- grow forgetful.
Be3nap;i;6HHBift, adj. without indulgence, not
- KO, adu. without interruption, unceasing;
II

urgent;

- ho,

!,

adv.lv.

Be30TB6;^HH, adj.ceudnme.i'o, a witness that


cannot be challenged or rejected.

BesoTBixHOCTb,

impossibility to answer,

s. f.

sparing any one; cruel; -naa lOAoea., a darer, a


bold, daring fellow.
Be3nai)HBifl, aJJ. unpaired, matchless, odd; -naa
liCjmamKa, an odd glove, a glove without a fellow.
BesuacnopxHbift, adj. having no passport.
Be3naxaxHHft, adj. unemployed for tilling.
Be3nepeBo;i,HBifl, adj. not transferable; inces'|

ceasingly, not stopping.


Be30T6oiinHfi[, adj. pressing,

no wish to answerer to justify one's self; a mild,


yielding temper, compliance.
BeaoTB-BTKHit, adj. who cannot justify one's
patient, mild,
self; giving no answer, no reply;
tranquil; -ho, adv. without answering or replying,

i|

1|

i|

ado.

s. f.

adj.

s.

||

Be3neiHBift, adj. careless: unconcerned;

obsession;

adv.

besetting.

il

excuse or reply.

BesoT;i;aToqHMu, adj. that cannot be given


back or returned.
Be80T;i;oxHOBeHHO, adv. without rest, inces-

s.f. gratuity.

Be3nJ[axHBift, adj. gratuitous, without payment;


-HO, adv. gratis, gratuitously, without payment.
BesnJteMCHHBift, adj. without kindred.
Be3nj6j^ie, s. n. sterility, infecundity; inutility,,

|1

s. f.

jj

pressing.

Be.30T.iaraTejBHHfl, adj. undeferred, admitting


no delay, not suffering delay, urgent, pressing;
-HO, adt\ without delay or deferring.
BesoxaoacHOCTB, sec BesoT-iaraTe-iBHOCTi..

ji

rt;/v. bly.

of

Be30T.ioacHi.ift,

-ho,

see

Be3^o^6J^^^a,

BesoT-iyuHOCTB,

BesoTJiaraxeat-

s.f. continual presence.

Be3no3BOHOiHBrft, adj. invertebrate.


BesnoKoenie, s. n. disquieting, disturbing.
disquietude, uneasiness,
Be3noK6fiHocTb,
turbulence.

bly.
Be80TH0cnTe.iBHBiii, adj. absolute; irrespective;

an

adv.

BesHOKoftHBift, adj. uneasy, restless; aKMacj5,


uncomfortable
incommodious, inconvenient,
equipage; troublesome (visitor); tiresome (characcom, an unsound or
turbulent (times);
ter);
agitated sleep; -ho, adv. uneasily, ly.
n. unquietBo3noK6ftCTBie, KesnoKoflCTBO,

ly.
s.

disconsolateness,

f.

deep

atlTiction.

:|

Be30Tpt!;^HBii1[,

-ho,

.s\

cheerless,

inconsolable,

adj.

a'/t-. })Iy,

BeaoTcpo'iHBiii,

of trn.nquility, restlessness; uneasiness,


trouble (of mind); agitation, disturbance, anxiety;
turbulence; uhtmh 6^ -Bf., to be alarmed, uneasy
about a thing, to be pained with anxiety, to feel
ness,

ly.

admitting of no delay,

adj.

urgent, pressing.

BesoTOxynuMtt,

HeoTcxynHu

see

Bo30xx<^,'^HFJi'f, see

Ti.

BesnoKonxB,

,1

-ho, ruiy. bly,

-rily,-ly.

HeoxxeM.ieMHH.

Je8t)X'BeM.ieMBitt, see

BesoinHuoiHOCTB,

v.

/".

faultlessuess; certainty,

infallibility.

B<'3na;KHTiir.iii, adj. wanting p;xsture.


Ke3Ha.iyruii.ift, adj. without deck.
l>C3na.ii>ift, adj. witliout fingers or toes.
IJcsiuniJixiiocTB, s.f. want of mf;mory, deficiency

memory, forgotfulness.
Bcsna.MaxHBitt,

adj.

senselessness,

s.

a.

to

incommode, disturb,

dis-

make

ueiipi.'imc.u'i,

to liirass

t!;e

emeny;

-ca,

v.

r.

to

be disturbed, uneasy, alarmed, disquieted; to disquiet one's self, to put one'sself to inconvenience;
to fret about; iie -KoflxocB, don't trouble yourself,
let that not make you uneasy.
inutility,
uselessness,
Uoano.ieanoi-XB, s. /'.
unjirofitableness, inetficacy.
Uortno.ieanwft, adj. useless;

Jl

-HO,

a(/i'. ly, to

no purpose.
Bosno.iBift, adj. without floor; sexless.
B03IIOMOZUH0CTB, s. f. hclplessuess, state
being liolpless.
|1

forgetful,

having

no

memory.

BesHaMHTOXBO,

BcaoiuiiCio'iiiBiit, adj. faultless, correct, certain:


-no, ado. without fiults, ly, bly.
infallilil":

v.

uneaSy:
every thing makes him uneasy; .i,
tice eio -XT.,
6o)ocb aach, I am afraid of being troublesome,
I fear to disturb, trouble, inconvenience you; I fear
to put you out of the way, to make you uneasy;

unconscious;

quiet; to trouble, agitate, alarm; to

ablenessiirresjjonsibility; involuntariness, involuntary feeling; unconsciousness of .-.n act.


BesoTucxHBift, adj. unaccountable; irrespon-

involuntary,

want

uneasiness.

BeaoTJiy ihhm.

Be30X'i('XH0(!XB,s'./'. unaccountabilityjUnaccount-

sible;

;|

Be80Tpa;i;H0CTB,

desolate;

/'.

.s\

-HO,

matchless,

||

Be80T.iy'iHBrii, adj. continually present, perm.anent;|j-H0, adv. without absenting one's self,
continually present, never leaving.
BesOTM-BHHBift, adj. irrevocable; -HO, adv.

Il

s. f.

inclemency of the weather^

intemperature.
Be3no;i;Mi&CHBiH, adj. not mixed.
Bc3no;i,60Hbift, adj. incomparable;
superb; -ho,^ m??;. bly, ly-, ..^

HO.

ness,

-HOj

j|

urgency, state not


suliering or admitting delay, state of being urgent,

BesoT.iaraTe.ibHOCTB,

in

||

ly.

unsuccessfulness.
Be8njio;i,K0CTB, s.f. see Besnaojiie.
useless^
Be3nJio;i;HBift, adj. sterile, infecund;
unsuccessful; -HO, rt^y.ly.
Bc3nji6xHOCTB, s.f. incorporality, immateriality.
BesHJOTHBift, adj. incorporal, immaterial.
-ho,
Be3noBOi>oxHbin, adj. irrecoverable;

santly.

nufi,

Be3nJiaTH0CXB,

BesoTBHSHHft, -BasiHBMif, adj. importunate;


-ho, -bo, ado.l)'.
BesoTrOBopoiHUu, adj. - ho, adv. without

pressing, besetting;

il

rt(/r. bly.

(of fishes).
BesneM.'iJiBHbitt, adj. sorrowless.
BcaneiHOCXB, .. /'. carelessness, unconcern.

irresponsibility.
irresponsible; -ho,

importunity,

f.

ly.

BesnepexHBift, adj. fingerless.


Besneptift, adj. featherless, unfledged; apodal

bly.

BesoTBHSHOCTb,

Be3uepeM-BHHBift,o(^j. unchangeable, invariable;

-HO,

;j

submissively.

BeaOTB-BTCTBeHHHft,

rtcZy.- bly,

li

;i

BeaoTBBTCTBeHHOCTB,

-HO,

sant;

n. fox'getfulness;

swoon,

unconscious-

fainting-fit;

unacmb

of

BcanoMoii^HBift, adj. helpless, succourIess;ii-HO,


adv. witliout help, helplessly.

EE3n
BesnOMicTHHfi,

acZ/.

BesnoHflTHHii,

adj.

17

without au estate,landless.
not

unintel-

intelligent,

ligent, stupid.

BesnonuBD^HHa,

s.

the

f.

sect

Priestless

(a

BE3P

refuge, harbourless; homeless; -ho, adv. without


an asylum, homelessly.
Be3npo6y;]^HBiJi, adj. not to be awaked; coi,
a deep, sound sleep; the eternal sleep, death; -HOy
adv. not to be awaked; without rousing.
Be3nporyJiBHBift, adj. not failing in one's
duty; dewft, a work-day not lost.
Be3np63BHui;HBiii, adj. - Hp63BaHeu,'B, s. m.
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sect not acknoioledging the priesthood).


Besnopo'iHOCTb, s. f. faultlessness; innocence,

purity; irreproachaltleness, irreprehensibleness.


BesnopoiHHii, adj. faultless, blameless; inno-

irreprehcnsible; 3HaK^ omAumH 3a


of distinction for an irre- ho, adv. irreproachably,
proachable service;
irreprehensibly.

pure;

cent,

having no name, no surname.

-uyio cAMydy, mark


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Be3npoiirpBixuHBiii,
at play;
blanks.

sure;

adj. that cannot be lost


.vnnepes, a lottery without

-naa

Be3npoEiii, adj. good for nothing, useless,


BeanopToiHHlSf, adj. without trousers.
Beanopaj^OKt, s. m. -ipa;^ima, ^. f. disorder, incapable.
BcsnpoCBBTHEiff, culj. dark, without a glimmer
confusiou; nincdmu oi to be thrown into disorof light.
der, to come out of order.
laxness,
BesnpocMHHBiJt, - ho, see B e 3 n p
Be3nopa;i;oiHOCTb,
y af. disorderliness;
H H H, H 0.
laxity; want of moral principles.
lax,
loose,
Be3nyTHn,a,
disorderly;
s.
Be3nyTie,
bad
roads,
BesnopajiiOiHiiili, adj.
s. n.
f.
H
without principles; - iiaa oKusub, an irregular, want of roads; Ifig. disorder, disorderly life, lewdness.
BesnyTHHKB, s. m. -HHi^a, s. f. debauchee, a
disorderly life; -ho, ado. disorderly; laxly, loosely.
BesHO^BeHHUii, adj. ill-founded, unfounded, lewd or loose man or woman.
Bc3nyTHHiaTB, v. n. to lead a licentious life.
groundless.
BcsnyTHOCTB, s. f. BesnyTCTBO, s. n. deBesnomjHHHMfi, adj. duty free, exempted from
entry duties: -ho, adv. without paying the entry bauchery, looseness, licentiousness, rakishness.
Be3nyTHBitt, adj. lewd, loose, rakish; -ho,
duties.
,

.s.

fi

i,

]|

i|

i]

Be3noni;aAHHfl,
II

unmerciful;

unsparing,

adj.

adv. loosely, rakishly.

BesnvTCTBOBaTB,

-HO, a(Zy. ly.


B08npe;i;MeTHHft, adj.

no

aimless,

result.

Be3npe;i,-BJibH0CTB,

5. f.

boundlessness; immen-

sity, infinity.

Be3npe;i;ijiBHEiu, adj.
-ho, adt-. ly.

infinite;

unlimited,

boundless,

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BeanpoKOCJiOBHOCTb,

s.

incontestableness;

f.

indisputability, incontrovertibility.
BcsnpeKOCJioBHMfi, adj. incontestable, incontro-

il

^"

-HO.
BesnpenoHHHft,
,

Be3npenaTCTBeHHHfi,

adj.

indifference
particular.

choice,

state

of being not

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BespasJiHiie,

n.

s.

uniformity, equality, resem-

blance: indifference.

Be3pa3JiHiH0CTB,

$. f.

indifference.

Be3pa3aii<iHBiJI[, adj. uniform, equal, indifferent: -HO, adv.


ly; smo Oah .uenH -HO, that's
all the same or all one to me.

Beapascy^^HOCTB,

s.

f.

Bespascyj^cTBO,

s.

n.

inconsiderateness, indiscretion, unadvisedness, im-

obstacle.

BeanpepwBHOCTB,

s.

f.

uninterruption,

inces-

sancy, continuity.

BesnpepHBHtiii, BeanpecxaHHufl, adj. unin-ho, adv.ly.


BesnpHfiuaBHBitt, adj. profitless, disadvantageous, giving no profit: -HO, adv. without profit.
Be3npH;^aHHHH,a, s. f. a girl without dowry;
terrupted, incessant, continual;

jj

jj

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one's

Be3pa366piHBBiH[, adj. indiscriminating: indifferent, not particular in one's choice, not difficult.
Be3pa3;i;i&JiBHBifi, ofZ/. undivided; -ho, adv.
ly.

jj

ment or

in

I!

unimpeded, having no hinderance, no obstacle;


-HO, adv. without hinderance, without impedi-

BesayTHHiaxb.

Be3pad6THn,a, s. f. dead season, dull season,


want of work.
Be3pa366piHBOCTB, s. f. want of discrimination,

-Hoe

noavHogcHie, an absolute submission or obedience; -HO, aa!y. bly.


see HenpesiiHHtiH,
Be3npeM'BHHi.itt, -ho,

vertible;

see

Be3n'BHHBiit, adj. frothless, scumless.

leads to

that

fig. a fair girl.

BesnpHK ja^HOCTB, Be3npHKJia;i;HBift, see B e 3npHMtpnocTb, BeanpnMtpHHH.

prudence; foolishness.
Be3pa3cy;^HBifi, adj. inconsiderate, imprudent,
unadvised, foolish; -ho, adv.\y.
Be3pa3cy;i,CTB0BaTB, Be3pa3cj,a;HHiaTB, v. n.
to act imprudently, inconsiderately, unadvisedly,
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foolishly.

Be3pac^eTH0CTB, BespaciCTJHBOCTB, s. f.
want of calculation, of combination, of economy.
Be3pacieTHMii, BespacieTJiHBBiii, adj. uncal-

having no

uncalculating, without combination; not


economical: -HO, -bo, adv. without calculation,

BesnpHMBpHHft, adj. unexampled, that has no


- ho, adv.
example, no precedent, no match;
without example.
BeanpHM'hcuKiii, adj. unmixed, unalloyed; pure.
BesHpncTpacTie, s. n. - ctpjicthoctb, s. f.

without combination or economy.


Bespesy.iBTJiTHHft, adj. resultless.
Besporift, adj. hornless.
Be3p6;i;ic, -p6;^CTB0, s. u. want of relations,
orphanage,
Be3p6AHBitt, adj. without parents or relations.

BesnpHM-BpHOCTB,

s.

state

f.

of

example.
j|

culated,

il

resignation.
Be3p6noTHOCTB,
Be3p6noTHHii, adj. not murmuring;
-HO, adv. without murmur, resignedly.

impartiality.

.s-.

BesnpHCTpacTHuft,
adv.

adj.

impartial;

1|

- ho,

ly.

/'.

resigned;

ii

BeanpHTBopHOCTB,

s. f.

-TBopcxBo,

5.

n. sin-

Bc3py2CHBiii,

adj. without

annual income; ^ee

Pyra.

cerity, frankness.

Bc3npHTB6pHMii,

see

BesnpHi.iCTHtiii,

see

HenpHTBopuuil.
HenpHiacTuufi.

Be3pyKaBKa,

s. f. pop. a sleeveless garment.


Be3pyEaBUBifi, -naBBiit, adj. sleeveless, with-

BesnpHiuHHFjfi, adj. without reason or cause; out sleeves.


BespvKiii, aJJ. armless: /V^r. unhandy, awkward.
- Hoe npediioAOJiceiiie, gratuitous suppoBespufiuBift, adj. fishless. witliout fish.
sition; -HO, adv. without reason, unjustly.
Be3puOBC, s. n. want of fish; prov. na -bh u
Be3npiibTH0CTB, 5. f. homelessness, want of
paK^ puva, in the land of the blind one-eyed
asylum, of refuge.
Be3npiH>THHfl, adj. having no asylum, no people are kings.
2
unjust;

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BE3P
Bespa^i^ni^a,

s.

f.

- pa^^bC;

s.

BescpeCpeHHK'b,

B e 3 y-

see

n.

m. -HHa,a,

s.

s.

f.

a disin-

terested i^erson.

pa;^H^a.
Be3pa;i;HHft,

without

bought

or

sold

adj.

cheapening or haggling.

BescBcpcTHHil, adj. matchless, incomparable.


BescBasHOCTb, s. f. incoherence, incoherency.
BescBasHUft, -ho, see HecBasHui, ho.

BescpoiHbitt,
ndv.lj-

termless,

adj.

indefinite;

ij

-ho,

BesCTpacxie, s. n. impassibility, apatky.


BescxpacxHbifi, adj. unimpassioned, impassible,
apathetic; -HO, ady. ly, bly, ically.

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Bescxpamie, s. n. fearlessness, intrepidity.


Be3CxpamHbitt, adj. fearless, intrepid, undauntheart- ed; -HO,^dy. ly.

BeaceJiettHHtt, adj. having no family, without


family.
Be3cep;i;e^ie,

s.

n.

BeBcep^eiHoeTb,

.s.

/.

II

Be3CxpyHHbift, adj. stringless.


Be3CXKi;i;HHK'b, s. m. -HHi^a,

lessness.

Be3cep;^eqHHft,

heartless,

adj.

hard-hearted, unfeeling;

pitiless,

tyingly, pitilessly.
BescHJHTb, see

BeacHJiie,

s.

||

-ho,

unpitying,
adv. unpi-

weakness,

/.

shameless

ll

med.

impotence;

adynamy.
BesCHJibHbitt, adj. weak, feeble, impotent; mcd.
atonic; -HO, adv. in an im-

adynamic: gram,
potent manner.

.s.

or woman.

Be3CXW^HHft, adj. impudent, shameless; bawdy;


-HO, ady. ly, dily.

OoescHaHBaxt.

n.

man

Be3CXbr;^cxB0, s. n. impudence, shamelessness;


bawdiness.
Bescxbiaci^, see BescTtiAHHH.
BescxbiqHHfl, adj.noM, floor of solid planks,

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of a single piece.
Be3cy;^Hbrfi, adj.

BeacHJ^Tb, see 06e3CHJiiTb.


BescjaBUTb, see OfieacjiaBflHBaTt.

submissive to any court

not

or trial.

Be3cycxaBiaxHft, adj. nat. hist, inarticulated,


Bescjaflie, s. n. infamy, dishonour.
Be3CJiaBHHtt,af7J. fameless, dishonourable; li-HO, unarticulated, not jointed.
Beac^exHbitt, adj. innumerable, innumerous;
riv. bly, ly.
BescJioBecHOCTb, s. f. speechlessness, loss of uncountable; -ho, adv. without number; without
muteness; dullness, stupidity. reckoning.
speech; dumbness;
Besc^MBHHbifi, -MHHHHJi, adj. bot. seedless,
BeacJiOBecHbift, adj. speechless; dumb; dull,
immaculate; -Hoe Sauamie,
stupid; -Hbia MueomHUH, the irrational animals. without any seed;
BescJOBHutt, adj. speechless, dumb; silent, the immaculate conception.
Be3C*MeHo;i;6jibHbitt, adj. bot. acotyledonous.
mute.
BeactMHHKa, s. f. pipless fruit.
BescJt^^Hbitt, adj. trackless, not leaving any
BeaxaKXHOCXb, s. f. tactlessness.
traces; I -ho, adv. without leaving any traces.
BesxaKXHBift, adj. tactless.
BeacMepTHTb, v. a. to immortalize, eternize.
BeaxaaaHHHft, adj. pop. unlucky, unfortunate,
BescMepxie, s. n. -cMepTHOCXb, s. f. immorunhappy, ill-fated; -Haa .moh toAoeyxuKa! poor me!
tality.
BesxajianxHEifi, adj. untalented, without talent,
BeacsiepTHHM, adj. immortal.
BeacMUCieHHOCTb, s. f. nonsense, absurdity; incapable.
Be3X0JKOB0CXb, s. f. stupidity, dullness, want
insipidity: want of reason.
BeacMUcaeHHUii, adj. nonsensical, absurd, in- of apprehension.
BesxoaROBH^HHa, -xojKOBHi^a, s. f. absurdity,
sipid; irrational; -HO, adv.ly.
BescMUCJHJua, ,9. f. -CMHcaie, s. n. nonsense; unintelligibleness; H disorder.
BeBXOJiBOBbiit, adj. dull of apprehension, stupid,
absurdity.
BescM-BHHOCTb, s. f. permanence, irremov- dull; obscure, absurd, unintelligible; -BO, adv.
ly,-bly.
ability.
Besxoaoib, see BesrojiKOBiuHHa.
Be3CMiiHHbifi, adj. unrelievable, pertnanent;
Be3xop%Hi^a, s. f. stagnation of trade.
-Haa cmpaMa, a permanent guard; -ho, ar/w.
IJ

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IJ

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ii

il

Ij

bly,-ly.

BcacJi-BTHHtt, adj. innumerous, uncountable,


numberless, innumerable; H incalculable.
fiesciihasHui'i, adj. .snowless, without snow.

BeacHiiXbe,

.v.

n.

want

of snow.

want of conscience,
unconscionableness; dishonesty.
BeacoB'ficTHi.ift, adj. unconscionable, dishonest;
BeacoB-fecTHOCTb,

-HO,

;'

s.

Bc3xpaBHi^a, s. f. -xpjiBbe, s. n. deficiency in


want of hay.
Be3xpaBHMft, adj. deficient in grass, in hay;
wanting herbs, without grass.
BeaxpenexHUtt, see BescxparaHNfi.

grass,

BeBx-fe-iecHOCXb,

/'.

arftf. bly, ly.

.s\

f.

incorporality; immaterial-

bodiless state.
Be3xi(iJiecHUft,

ity,

adj. incorporeal,
bodiless; fleshless, destitude of flesh.

immaterial,

of shade.
Bc3xijHH0CXb,
f. want
BeaxBHHbift, adj.^ shadeless, without shade.
Beaxarauili, -xarojibHwii, adj. not taxable,
adj. unadvised, inconsiderate,
exempt from compelled services.
BesyOuxoiHwft, adj. without loss or prejudice;
Bc3C0;Xep3iaT(MbHMtt, adj. -no, adv. empty,
-HO, adv. without loss.
inane, void, devoid.
Besvro.ibHijfl, adj. having no angles, angleless.
Bc3C03HiT('.ibiiocTb, s. f. want of consciousness.
BosyroJibHHft, adj. wanting coals, without
Be.iC03HUT('JibHUtt, adj. unconsfious; involuncoals.
tary; -HO, r/y. ly, rily.
BeBy;^^pacHrJtt, adj. without delay, immediate;
BCBCOMII hHHMft,-HO,.seC HeCOMHtHHHfi, HO.
not to be stopped; impetuous.
Be3C.OHUHHU, s. f. sleeplessness, want of sleep.
undeviation, firmness,
BoayKJioHHOCXb,
f.
BoacoiiHMtt, adj. sleepless.
IJescoB-Bxie,

x.

n.

unadvisedness;

helplessness:

."?.

imprudence.
BescoBbTHbiti,
imprudent.
si.

ll

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,s.

saplessness, juicelcssness.
Besco'tHMtt, adj. jniceless, sapless.
BeaciiopHOCTb, s. f. incontestability, incouBe.iciuo('.Tb,

testablencss;

Inio^

.V.

f.

indefeasibility.

steadiness.

BpsyK.iOHHbiff,

-KJioH'iHBHtt,

ting, right, straight;

Bc3yKopH3HeHHOCXb,

BescnopHbitt, adj. incontestable; without con- irrei)reliensiblenes3.


BcayKopiiBHOHHHtt,
tradiction, beyond debate; -HO, af?y. bly, without
contradiction.

ailj.

undevia-

steady, firm.
,s-.

adj.

prehensible, irreprovable;

irreproachableness,

f.

irreproachable, irre-

-HO, adv.hly.

BE3y

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BesyMen,*, s. m. -yMni^a, s. f. insensate man,


woman; madman, madwoman, lunatic; fool.
BeayMie, s. n. insanity, alienation of mind, mad-

BE3H

Beai^sHHbifi, adj. inestimable, invaluable, inapdear, adorable; priceless, cheap.


Beai^-BHOKi, s. m. very cheap, of very low price;

preciable;

II

i,

npodamb aa, to sell for a trifle, for an old song,


foolishness, nonsensicalness, absurdity.
BesyHHBiJt, adj. insane, mad, senseless; foolish, for a mere song.
Be8qa;^ie, s. n. childlessness, sterility.
-HO, ady. ly, llily.
silly;
Bea^a;^Hbitt, adj. childless, sterile.
BeayMOJiKHuft, adj. never keeping silence,
BeaqeaoBMie, s. n. BeaicjiOB-iJiHOCTb, s. f.
unceas"ing, incessant; -ho, ndv. without keeping
inhumanity, cruelness, cruelty, barbarity.
silence;
ly.
^
BeaiCJiOB-BiHHft, odj. inhuman, cruel, barbaBeayMOJiiHMfi, -ho, sec BeaymroaKnuH, ho.
rous; -ho, adv. ly.
BeayMCTBO, sec Besysiie.
ness;

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BeaiecTHTb, o-, v. a. to dishonour; see 06e3BesyMCTBOBaHie, s. n. acting like a lunatic;


lemHBaTB.
see Besyaie.
BeaieCTie, s. n. dishonour, ignominy; infainy,
BesyMCTBOBaTB, v. n. to act foolishly, madly; to
lie

mad.

BeayMtxb,
mad;

see

v.

to

n.

lose

one's senses;

to get

OfiesyMixB.

BeaynpeqHOCTb,

s.

f.

irre-

irreprovahility,

proachability.

BeaynpeiHHii, adj. irreprovahle, reproachless,


-ho, adv. bly,ly.
BeaynycTHxeJibHBift, adj. unremitting, imme-

irreproachable;

II

BeaypoHHMft,

adj. without loss or prejudice.


confusion.
f. disorder,
s. f. absoluteness.
unconditional, absolute;
adj.

Be3ypaAHii,a, s.
BeaycJioBHOCTB,

BeaycjOBHuii,
-HO, ady. ly; to

and purposes.
uusuccessfulness.
Beaycn-Binntrli, adj. unsuccessful, without success; -ho, adv. unsuccessfully, without success.
BeayCTaHHHii, adj. indefatigable, unwearied,
bly, ly.
untiring; -HO, adv.
jj

BeaiecTHOCTb,

all intents

Beaycn-BuiHOCTb,

s.

f.

dishonesty,

s. f.

want of

tine
,

to

probity.

Bes'ieCTHHft, ody". dishonest, dishonourable, ignominious; infamous; -HO, ady. ly.


BeauemyflHHft, adj. scaleless, without scales.
II

BeaiHHie, -^hhctbo,
licentiousness; tumult;

prompt.

diate,

defamation; outrage; defloration (of a girl);\\a.


imposed for defamation; ucKamb cydo.vt 3a
prosecute one at law for defamation.

Bea^iHHHHK'b,
man, woman.

s.

1|

.s.

n.

disorder,

trouble,

indecorum.

m. -HHHi^a,

s.

Be3iHHHHiaTb,-iHHCTB0BaTb,

a dissolute

/'.

V.

n. to

behave

licentiously, indecorously.
BeaqiiHHHii, adj. licentious; indecent, indeco-

-HO, adw. ly.


Bea^HHOBHUtt, adj. without rank, having no

rous;

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grade.

li

BeaqHCJieHHOCTb, s. f. innumerableness, innumerable quantity.


BeaqHCJicHHbi]&, adj. innumerable, countless,
Beaycufi, adj. without moustaches; H without
uncountable, numberless; -ho, adv. innumerably,
feelers (insects).
without number.
BeayxpaTHHfl, adj. that cannot be lost.
BeaiJieHHKrfl, adj. deprived of some members
BeayTiniHocTB, s. f. inconsolableness, disconor limbs; without joints.
aolation.
BeaiTBCTBeHHOCTb, s. f. -qyBCTBie, s. n.
BeayxiniHuft, adj. inconsolable, disconsolate;
insensibility, insensibleness; absence of feeling,
-HO, adi;. bly, ly.

li

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BeayxaHHuft,

adj. inodorous, scentless.


Beayxiii, adj. earless.
Beay^aCTie, s. n. indifference, unconcern; impas-

non-intervention.
adj. impassible, indifferent.
Beay-Ba^^Htiii, adj.^opo^^, a town without a

sibility;

apathy.
Bea^iyBCTBeHHFjfif,

adj.

unfeeling,

senseless,

-ho, ady. ly, bly.


BcamaCaiUHOCTb, s. f. carelessness, thought-

insensible;

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11

Beay^acTHHft,
district.

lessness, heedlessness, turbulence.


Bc3nia6auiHH[[, adj. restless; turbulant.
BeaniepcTHHft, BeaiuepcTHft, adj. hairless,

Be3I)aMHJibHUii, adj. without a family name. woolless, destitute of hair.


BeamyxoiHO, adv. without jest.
Bea(J)6pMeHH0CTb, s. f. amorphy, formlessness.
Beai, Beao, prep. gen. without, but, but for,
Bea(|)opMeHHHft, adj. amorphous, unformed,
had it not been; Oea-b deueth, without money; om
formless.
BeaxapaKTepHOCTb, s. f. want of character, He .MOMerm dmoio oudthinb deal mow., nmoou ue
paaccpdunibCH, he cannot see it without becoming
want of firmness.
angry; doa naca fieai nemeepinu, it is a quarter
Beaxap^KTepHEift, adj. characterless, weak.
BeaxBocTuft, adj. tailless, having no tail; zool. to two; this preposition^ with the elision of i,
joined to other words, gives them a negative sense:
anourous.
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il

otbdnuu -6(^36>bdHbiu.
BeaxMTpocTHOCXb, s. f. artlessness.
Bca-bHaBBCTie, s. n. Beai-HaBicTHOCTb, s. f.
BeaxHTpocTHHit, adj. artless, not artful; sinsee BesuicTHOCTb.
cere; -ho, ady. ly.
BeaiiHaBBCTHufi, adj. unknown; obscure; -ho,
BeaxJonoTHMft, adj. that gives no trouble, no
ado. ly; .""< hc -ho, it is known to me.
ado.
BeaiiiMeHHwA, a<lj. anonymous; nameless;
Beaxjir)Hii,a,
f. famine, scarcity of bread.
innominatum; nr/jt('!(i, the fourth or ring-tiager;
BeaxJi-fiOHUfi, adj. without corn, barren.
Haa Hed}b.%n, the third week of Lent; -ho, ado.
Be3n,ap('TBie, s. n. anarchy.
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.s.

j;

Beai^B-BTHOCTb,

s.

f.

state of being flowerless,

paleness, deadness.
Beai^B-BTHMii, adj. flowerless, colourless, uncoloured; pale; -naH uipa, playing without expression; lot. ananthous; opt. achromatik; \ -ho, ado.
without expression or shade.
Bean,epeM6HH0CTb, s. f. easy manners.
not
unceremonious,
adj.
Beai^epeMoHHbiii,
ceremonious; H -ho, ady. ly, without ceremony.

colourless;

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Beai^^JibHfiiJt, adj. aimless.

Bean.'BHHOCTb,

s.

^.

an inestimable

price.

anonymously.
BeaitHMiiHRa,

.s-.

f.

anomia

(shell).

BeamMaHHEift, BeauHiiHHbift, see Bea^H M e U H u u.


BcaiHCKyccTBeHHOCTb, s. f. artlessness.
BeaiHCKyccTBenHMft, adj. artless, unskillful.
Be3'bHCXo;i;H0CTb, see BesBHXOAHCCTt.
Bea'bHcx6;i,HHft, adj.
perpetual, without issue;
calendar.

everlasting,

continual,

KaAendapb, a perpetual

BeauueHHBitt, BeabiiiHHKa, BeaHCKjccTBeH2*

BE31.

BETE

BeSHCXO^HHii, strand

BeSHCKrCCTBeHHHft,

HOCTB,

20

bank

sea);

(of

BeaiHMeHHHH, BesiHwaHKa, BesiHCKyc- eambCH -ra, naut.


Bepe;i;HTb, v. a.
CTEenHOCTi., BesiHCKyccTBeHHHH, Bes^HC-

Bett,

tongueless,

adj.

speechless,

ing, conserving, reserving.


Bepe^CHHU, adj. guarded,

-Haro Eo^^

m. hey.

s.

to irritate (a sore).

Bepeacaa, see JKepc6afl.


Bepeajenie, s.n. safe-keeping, preserving, guard-

XOflHHH.
IJe3i.aBoqHHft, adj. undenounced.

Be3i,a3MqHUfl,
dumb, mute.

npudepoKU-

river);

(of

keep the land.

to

.see

BeitA<?BHH;i,'B, ado. naut. close-hauled; tidmic,


to siil with a scant wind, close to the wind,
Befiityxi., s. m. naut. parrel, truss.

help

6epe^Kcm^,

preserved; prov.
yourself and God

will lielp you.

BepeaKJiHBOCTb, s. f. savingness, sparingness.


Bcpe^JiHBBiit, adj. careful, sparing, saving,
economical: om jabi na ceou nAavihH, he
BeKapi, s. m. mus. natural.
for shooting snipes takes care of his clothes: -bo, ady. ly.
7H. shot
BeKacHHHHKt,
BepeKHHEi, s. 7)1. towing-path.
or woodcocks.
BepeaKHOCTb, s. f. care, cautiousness.
BeEacHHi; s. m. bird, see BapamcK^.
Bepe^HBift, adj. careful, cautious: -ho, adv.
BeEacB, .s. m. bird, snipe, woodcock; -CHHBifi,
.?.

jj

|j

ly;

<^dj.

BeBemii;

s.

-HO,

to live close.

Bepeajb, s. f. pop. thrift, economy, saving.


Bepesa, s. f. di7)i. 6epe3Ka, birch, birch-tree.

-emBa,

m.

s. /'. a short winter-coat.


adv. uadrbtm mAHny iia, to

BoKpeHB, MO,

oicumb

Bepe3HHa, s. f. birch, birch-tree.


put a hat on awry, on one side.
BepesHaKTb, BepesHHEi., s. i/). birch-wood,
BeKi>; see BeS.
birch-grove.
BeJieMHHT'b, .5. m. min. beleranite.
BepesoBHKt, s. m. bircli-mnshroom.
BeJiena, s. f. hot. henbane, mad-wort: hyoscyaBepe30BHi;a, s. f. birch-sap, birch-wine.
mus; om -hm ooiwach, the devil is in him.
BepesoBBiit, adj. birchen, birch; -Baa iy6Ka,
BeJieH;i;i)acH, s.f.pl.eoll. fiddle-faddle, twaddle,
agaric of the birch; -Boe rmtfo, Baa nama, pop,
stuff.
BeaH6ep;i;a,

s. f.

BeJiJia;^oHa,

/'.

.^.

nonsense, gibberish; absurdity.


bot. belladonna, deadly night-

shade.

BeaJiexpHCTHKa, s. f. polite literature, belles-TpncTHqecKitt, -TpuiecKiii, adj.


BeJiaexpHCTi, s. m. one versed in polite liter-

lettres;

!|

ature.

BeJbBe;nepi,

BeJbMeci)

m. belvedere.
m. booby, lout; om mi -ca hc
totally ignorant, he does not

s.

cMMCMi7m, he is
know a from b.

heJih-9Tkx'b, s. m. the second floor (of a house),


second tier of boxes (in a theatre).
m. mus. flat; A , A flat; -MOJibBeuoJb;
uuit, adj. flat.
BeHCKiiii, adj. -CKoe cmeKAO, crown-glass.
BcHC^HCb, s. m. benefit: benefit-night: -CHHft,

.<?.

rods.

BepeiiTop'b, s.m. riding-master.


BepeMCHHaa, adj. pregnant, with child, big
with child.
BepeweHHOCTb, .s. f. pregnancy, gestation.
BepeMeutTb, v. n. to become pregnant.
Bepema, see BpcMJi.
BepecKJiexT., s. m. shi-ub, prick-wood, spindletree, priest's cap.

-cxo,
Bepecxa, s.
BepecxBHHK'b, s. m..

s.

/'.

n. birch-bark.

vessel coated with bircb.bark; sandal of birch-I)ark.


BepecxBHb, .. m. thing made of birch-bark.
||

BepecxHXb,

v. a.

||

Bepecx-b,

s.to. tree

to coat with birch-bark.


(vt.tjtKaparai'b), pedunculate-

elm.

BepecxaHHft, -cxoBHft,

adj.

made of

birch-

bark.

adj.

BeHe(|)Hi;iaHT'b, s. m. -anxKa, t. f. beneficiary.


BeHe<|)Hn,iH, s. f. benefice, living (ecclesiastical).
BeHseJib, s. m. naut. seizing, lashing.
BeHsiiHibj s. m. chem. benzine.
BcHsoit, s. m. chem. benzoin, benjamin.
BeHSottHbift; adj. chem. benzoic.
BcHSo.ib, s. m. chem. benziile.
m. a box on the pit-tier (in the
BeHyapi;
s-.

Bepex-b, s.m. biretta, berettajlja woman's cap.


Bepeib, V. a. irr. to take care of; to keep,
preserve; to look after; to watch, guard; to save;
-ca, V. r. to take care of one^s self, be on one's
guard: to heed; Oeperiicb! -ruxecb! take care!
;j

look out!
Bepiia.Tb, s.7n. beryl, aqua marina.
weight of 400
BepKOBeu,!., s. j.

Russian

pounds.

theatre).

BepraJiOTT.,

s-.

-OTHMff, adj.
BepraMTT., s.
Bepruycp-b,

m.

bergamot, bergamot

pear;

7)1.

s.

BcpjiuHRa,

mine-office.

miner, mine-digger.
BcprayuTHaH'b; s. m. superintendent of tlie
chief superintendent of the mines.
minos: wc/^t,
IJoprcuiBopPHT., .s\ m. juror of the mines.
BeprHHcncKTOp'b, .s. m. inspector of the mines.
BeprMcftcTop'b, s. m. surveyor of mines, bergmaster.
BeprnpoGiipop'b, .s. m. assayer of the mines.
Bep;^0; .. n. dim. (iepv-^ne, comit, sley, slaie (of
weaver); Aep^^ouubin^ adj.
Bep;^o'iiiHK'b, s. m. siey-maker, comb-maker.
Bcp;^ijiiii>) .s. m. l)attle-axe, halberd; -uiHbitt,
n

Bepuyx-b,

golden

w. bird,

eagle;

1)1.

j|

]|

adj.

Bepaora,

-xOBMii,

a kind of boat; Prussian blue.


den, haunt (of a bear); -.loac-

s.f.

s. f.

j|

jj

HHtt, adj.

BepMa,
Bepxa,

s'.

Biipue,

f.
/'.

.s.

.s.

fort, berme, bench.


berthe, liertha.

n. tibia,

adj. tibial.

shin-lione,

shin;

-^eBbIfty

Bcpiu-b, s. 7)1. di7)i. fiepuiBK-b, fish, percacingel,


perch.
Bccxiiipift, s. m. bestiarius, beast-fighter.
Becxia, s. f. rogue, rascal; knave, cheat.
BeC'B;^a, s.f. conversation, discx)urse; colloquy;
dialogue; company, assembly; -c-B.'^HMft, adj.
IJec-B;i;Ka, .s. f. dini. -cb^^O'iKa, arbour, bower,
jj

summer-house; painter's stool.


7)1.
hufter-jiear.
Bepe^
conversation,
BcciiAon'iHi<'>
BeporoBiime, s. n. beacli, strand, shore, bank.
.s.

BeperoBoft,

j]

adj.

1|

(iihmeph,
of shore, littoral:
land-wind, land-breeze; -Boe npaoo, shorage, la^'an;j towing.
Bepen., s. m. dim. OepeasoKi, shore, coast.

adj.

colloquy.
Bec'B,'^OBaxb,
hold intercoursf;

BexeJib,

s.

w. to converse,
to preach.
m. bot. betel. %
v.

discourse;

discourse;

to

BETO

s.m. tech. concrete; cmpoumb cs -homii,


-HHHii, adj.
cover with concrete;
-Haa paooma, concrete masonry.
BeT-b, s. m. beast, loo (game).
Be'QieBa, s.f. dim. -'lesKa, halser, tow-rope,

BeTOWb,

to

lay

or

jj

hawser.
Be^eBiiHie, s. n. hauling, towing, towage.
BeiCBiiTb, 0. a. to liaul,^tow (a boat).
BeieBaa, adj. s. f. - qcBHHK'B, s. m. towingpath;

-Boii,

(idj.

21

Bnpiosa) s.f. turquois or turkois; see KysiaHHKa;||-3oBMii, rtdj.


BapioKi, s.m. wolf; c.Mompnmb -KOJi'b, to look
ji

BapK).ibKa,

?.

l)Ook-madness.

BnOjioMaH'B,
book-worm.
BH6JiioTeKa,

bibliomane,

s. 7n.

BapioiiiHa,

Bacepi.

bugle; see

BucepHnE'B,
glass-beads;

Bncxp^b,

to bivouac,

Baxenr-b, Baxcb, s. m. naut. bitts, bits.


BHxeiHHK-b, s. m. spangle-maker.
BaxEa, s.f. throwing cockle (at cockals); {pop.

m. mil. bivouac; cmoHnib

camp

to encore.

BHCxypa, BncTypitt, s. m. surg. bistoury.


Bacb, s. m. encore.
BaxBa, s. f. fight, battle, combat, engagement;

Holy Scriptures.
s.

v. a.

bistre.

s. i.

-BeHHbifi, adj.

m. l)ibliophile.

BHsaE-b, BHByaKi,

-Ba'3-

in a bivouac;

|i

bold fellow.

HbiK; adj.
BHrasiifl, s. f. bigamy.
Bh;i;^ s. n. bidet.
BHSaHb, s. f. naut. mizzen, mizzen-sail; .wftwia,
mizzen-mast; eaumu, mizzen-shrouds.
BnayabHHKTb, see BysyjifcHHKi..
BnKBa;i;paT'b, s. m. alg. biquadrate; -aTHBift,
adj. biquadratic, sursolid.
^
Bbjichii; s. m. flail-bat, flail.
BHJieTTb, s.m. dim. -eTon,!., -eTHK-b, billet,
card, ticket: ()x<< exoda, entry-ticket,
bill, note,
admission-ticket; ^.iv? nocmon, billet for quarters:
ticket or card of invitation;
npiiLiacumcAbnuh
i:pedumHbiu, bill of credit, bank-note; license,
permission, permit; omnfjcKHOu, ticket of leave.
jj

jl

BHJJiiap.T.'b, see BH.ibaps'B.


BHJiJiioH'b, s.m. arith. billion; -OHHbiit, adj.
Bnaaowh, s. m. billon; -OHOBHtt, adj.
BHJiJib, s. m. bill (act of parliament).
Baao, s. n. oil-press: | beetle, agiosymandrum;
jj

ij

BnaeHt.
s.

BaccHpoBaTb,

s.

i..

glass-bead-box.

jl

,1

BuJib,

s. f.

nepedo
ne .nemime
steel - beads;
cdUHbHMU, cast not pearls before swine; -pHBifi,
adj. garnished with glass-beads, of glass-beads.
BacKBUT'b, s. m. biscuit (confectionery and
china);\\^kTUhiiiy adj.
BacE'b, s. m. bisque, bisk.
bibliomaniac;
cmajibHOu

ji

a Kax-b,

Bace pmhk

BiicepmaKTb, s. m. glass-bead-maker.
Buccp-b, s. m. glass-beads, glass-pearls, bugle:

s.f. Bible,

m. head-band garnished with

s.

see

11

BiicepHHi^a,

dim.-an-Ra., l\hra.VY;dA/i wieviHy.temyna/i, circulating library; -TenHhiA,adj.


BH6JiioTeKapb, s. m. librarian; -TCKapCKiH,

BH6.iia,

s.f. tree, privet.

BaproiT., s. m. obs. lierald, public crier.


BiicepHHa, s. f. dim. OacepnHKa, glass-bead,

s.f.

BH6jio(j|)HJi'b,

gewgaw; -pwjbKU,

bawble,

s.f.

jack-straws, spillikins (game).

pi.

towing.

Bu6JieiiHbifl, -jeiiCKift, adj. biblical, of tlie


Bible; scriptural
BH6jiiori)a(()iiueCKili, adj. bibliographic, al.
BH6aiorpa(|)ifl, s. f. bibliography.
BH^JiiorpacJI)*, s. m. bibliographer.
/".
bibliomania; bookishness,
BHSaiojiaHifl,

society, live lone-

black; .;<j4 KOJi'b, to avoid


somely.

li

Be^eBmiiKTi, s.m. hauler, tower.


Beiexjij s. /. ruby, garnet.
Beuianeab, s. f. bechamel sauce.
BeaiMCT'B, s. m. under tunic (of the Tartars).

see

BHTL

m. beetle, bat; daxEOMi, naoumuu,


overfilled, quite full; beef cutlet.
Bnxb, s. f. spangle; flat-beaten gold-thread or

BaxoKTb^

s.

i;

silver-thread.

Baxb; OaBiixb,

v. a. n.

to

to strike; to

beat;

naJiKoil, to beat with a


against; to break;
stick; o Auug, to strike or slap on the face:
ei 6apm6am, to beat the drum; sa uaoam-o, to
ring the alarm-bell; ^?/ij9eMww aopw, mpeeonj,
to beat the reveille, the general; si jiadomii, to
clap one's hands; wejjCAWft, to beat wool; .MOemy,
to coin money: .ac.*o, to shake butter (in a
bottle), to churn (in a churn); maxmz, mus. to
beat time; .teei Oaai ce6a xeocmo.Mh no 6oKa.\ro,
the lion lashed his sides with his ta,\h6aK.i>,'uiu,
ULe6a.ny, fig. to beat the hoof, to idle; CKomwKjf,
to slaughter or kill cattle: wie^e6, to break ^ohh\Q^\jiceA7b30, to strike or hammer iron; ceaw,
to drive piles; naeu Obioxi. decnmb, the clock
strikes ten; coda 6i,'^T'b usi ae.vAu, the water
spouts, rises, gushes out of the ground; H^^wcse
obex^b xopouio, the gun carries well; npoub dbexT.
the blood ruslies or mounts to the
flo lOAoey,
head; K036(i5b dbexii npocmym icapmy, the trump
beats or takes the common c&rd; \\Aomadb Obex'b
aadoMc, tlie horse kicks: nejioMi, to make a low
bow, to salute: to beseech liumbly;ii no KapMauy,
expenses, to
fig. to compel one; to make losses or

flap

||

iJ

m.

BHjba,

s. f.

billiard-ball.

BH.ib6oRe, s. n. bilhoquet, cup and ball (game).


BHJbap;i,Haa; .s. f. billiard-room; -Hbift, adj.
||

s. m. billiard-table, billiards.
BaJiapii; s. 7)1. bat. psychotria.
BHMexa.iaiisM'b, s. m. bimetallism.
BHMeTa.i.iifiecKift, adj. bimetallic.
BHMCb, s. m. naut. beam, cross-beam; 6hmcoBbiK; adj.
BHHUKJb, s. m. binocle, double eyeglass, opera-

Bn.ibap;i;'b,

ij

ij

II

||

one:[) y-mo .iuoo, to


oifi^eKim, to aim at effect:
y. imp. .\ieHa Obex-b jiuxopadica, I have an access
of fever; pnr*. p. OiiXHtt; -xaa oyMaia, papier
bashed^ beef:
muclie; -xoe M.<ico, beef cutlets,
-xaa dopoia, beaten road or patii; -xwft Ha^,

make one
aim

at,

have

pay; to dupe
in

view: ?(//

II

BHHOH'b, s.m. -HOMia, s.f. alg. binomial.


BHHTOBaHie^ s. n. -TOBsa, s. f. putting on a
bandage.

BHHTOBaTb;

V. a.

surg. to put a bandage; to l)ind

up, tie up.

Bhhti.,

v.

m. surg. dim. (JHHTHKt, bandage, liga-

ture; roller.

Bap^a, s.f. com. Exchange, Stock-exchange;


coach-stand, hiring place: -xeBoii, adj.
BHpseBiiE'b, s. m. stockbroker, financier, a
person engaged in Stock-exchange operations.
il

II

BapKa,

s. f.

tally, scoring-sticks, core.

II

-xaro dayxh neOiixbix'b

a wliole hour; prov. 3u

^amm^, fore-warned, fore-armed; -xaa nocyda dsa


oibKu DKuaemh,
the longest.

pots or ailing people last

cracked

Baxbca, v.rec.na noeduHtob, to fight a duel;


ua umataxh, to fight with swords; wa KyjiauKaxh,
to box; V. n. cepdm, nysbcb Obexca, the heart,
ii

pulse beats; puoa Obexca oi oodn, the fish


struggling in the water: nmuna Obexca to m"

tlie
is

BETL

BJiAr

22

7nAXi, the bird is struggling in the net; e* cydolOAoeow o


po%ax%, to writhe with convulsions;
cninmj, to knock one's head against the wall; fig.
aadoMZ.
to dash against the rock; Aomadb Obexca
the horse kicks: o6^ 3aK^a^^, to het, wager, lay
a wager; Ktto puoa o6% Aedf, fig. to be hardly

;,

fragrant;

adj. sweet-smelling,

BjiaroBOHHEiit,

-Hbre mooapu, odoriferous goods.


BjiaroBocnnxaHHOCXb, s. f. good education,
good-breeding; -iixaHHHft, adj. well-educated.
opportuneness, timeBJiaroBpeMeHHOCXb, s.
||

/'.

|1

put up for a livelihood: ttJi sa Kycna xjiwoa, to


for a livelihood; om ne u^^ oo.ibmaio
CBeTca, he would be satisfied with little; mi/im
worth while, it does not
lie ii3i neto, it is not
pay the cost; c^ u.hs npudemca mhoio, one will
have much to do or much trouble with him; ci:oai,ko
do
Hit CeftxecL, HUHeio ne doobcmecb, you may
your best you will not succeed; -ca, v. p to be
broken; dma nocyda ne dbexca, this ware does
strive

\\

not break.
n. beating; driving; breaking
train-horse.
BH()[)mxeKCi., s. m. beefeteak.

Bhtbc, Bixie,
Bhxmr'B; s. m.
Bh^cxckc-b,

.<;.

liness.

BJiaroBpeMeHHbiii,

-HO,

il

BaaroBi&pie, s. n. -Bipaocxb,
BJiaroBspHbiJt, adj. orthodox,

/'.
orthodoxy.
true believer;
title of the members of the Imperial family; s. m.
-Haa, s. f. pop. husband, wife.
BJiaroBtcxiixeJib, s. m. -HHi^a, .^. f. messenger of good news.
BJiaroB-fecxHXb, - Bi&cxBOBaxb, v. a. to announce good tidings, good news; I to preach the
I]

gospel.

B.iarOB-fecxHXb,

whip one's

self: fig.

to give

self

one's

trouble, sorrow, plague.

Bum,,

s.

BjiaroBiiCxie,

BaaroB-fecxt,

good

news;

ringing

for

n.

*.

evangelical

||

s.

m.

church;

cam-

||

adj.

BJiaroraacie,

m. bishop (wine).
Bninb, particle, pop. then; naKieio aoeym?
oh, dear me, what is his name? let me remember
his name, what can it be?
Bie, s. m. cross-cut, cross-strip {dressmaking).
Bieaie^ s. n. beating, palpitation.
BiorpaI)HqecKifi, adj. biographical.
Biorpa^ifl, s. f. biography.
Biorpaijt)^, s.vi. biographer.

.s.

n. fine voice;

jj

harmony.

B.iaror.iacHift, adj. soft-voiced, melodious.


respectful;
BjaroroBiiiHbift, adj. reverent,

s.

-HO,

adv.

II

ly.

BJiaroroB-BHie,

veneration,

n.

s.

B.iaroroB-BXb,
venerate one.
BJiaro;i;apeHie,

0.

n.nepedh

s.

n.

Kn.sa, to revere,

thanking, thanks.

give thanks, return thanks;


to;

otcuAa, artery.

Baarift, Bjarott, adj. good; happy, favourable;

devotion,

reverence.

Baarojuapaxb, -;i;apcxB0Baxb, y.

BioaoruiecKift, adj. biological.


Bioaoria, s. f. biology.

-laa

fig.

||

fig. scourge,

||

|i

doctrine.

plague.

BiK>HiJi; adj.

n. to ring for church;

||

m. dim. Ch^hk'B, -whip;

Bamo^ii^

v.

to divulge.

uiem, the church-bells are heard; -BtcxHUft,


v. r.
adj. -HHtt Ko.lo^:o.^^, the bell calling to church.
BjaroB^mcHie, s. n. announcing^ of good
much
-BimcHCKiii,
tidings; Annunciation, Lady-day;

||

to

s.

II

BH^HKJIHCXB,

s. m. bicyclist.
Bui^HKJiHqecKift, adj. bicycle.
Baqesa, s.f. dim. 6HieBKa, see BeMCBa.
BuqeBaKie, s. n. whipping, flagellation.
Baqesaxb, v. a. to whip, flagellate; -ca,

seasonable;

timely,

adj.

bly.

adv. timely,

-^ap^

a.

to

^c-"^,

thank,
thanks

-;^apa Eoia, thanks to God.


BJIa^OJ^apHO, - ;i;apcxBeHHO, adv. thankfully,

gratefully.

gratitude, thanks; ne
BJiaro;iiapHOCXb,
f.
-roe dibjio, good advice, gond or
mentioning or
useful deed; -roe na.Mihjjcnie, an honourable in- cmoutm - CXH, it is not worth
stubborn thanking.
tention; -raa .uwc.ift, a happy idea;
BJiaroAapHUfi, adj. thankful, grateful; oa.uh
(horse): pert (child); wicked (man); aaKpuuamb
mTum, .namo.Ho, to cry out or scream with all o'/ewo-peHt, I am very thankful, very grateful,,
one's strength, to shout at the top of one's voice. much obliged to you.
Baaro^^apcxBeHHuft, adj. .MO.ieoem, Te Deum.
BaarO; 5. n. good, welfare; o6uf,ecmoenHoe, 06-

roii

.s\

coenm-o,

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<?.* 6ydcm~o,
public good, public interest;
much good may it do you; -ra schhuh, the blessings of the world; ohu npuanoAu aaamo cdib.lamb, they judged it right or well to do so; v. imp.
UMibmb uucmyto cootbcmb, it is well to have
ado.
a clear conscience: /i ocmepetcn, it was very for-

mee

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om

public prayer, thanksgiving.


BJiaro;i;.axejib, s. m. - HHi^a,

s.

f.

benefactor,

benefactress.
BJiaro;i;a,xeJibHMtt, adj. beneficent.
Bjinro;^axHbift, adj. beneficial; bhsscd; abun-

dant.

B.iaro;^axb, s. f. blessing; benevolence; bene.laem^,^mo xoHe>m,/i .noAuy, he has his own way faction; abundance; bat. hyssop.
-ho,.
Baaroj^eHCXBCHHHft, adj. prosperous;
seeing that I do not object; omdaiime do.m,y
each ccmb deiibtu, pay your debt, as you have adv. I)'.
BJiaro;^eHCXBie, s. n prosperity, thriving.
money now.
B.iaro;^eHCXBOBaxb, V. n. to thrive, be prosBjiaroBH;^HOCxb, s. f. good appearance; decoperous.
rum: seemliness.
BJIa^o;^yulie, .s\ ii. compliance, mansuetudi'.
BJiaroBUj^iiuii, adj. good-looking; plausible.
tunate

that

was on my guard;

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co7ij.

dib-

!j

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I]

BaaroBOJieHic,

n.

benevolence,

affection;

content, gratitude, satisfaction.


BaaroBOJHXoab, a.m. -nim,a, .>*./'. well-wislier,
favourer, protector; -xeabHMif, adj. benevolent,
well-disposed.
BaaroBOJUXb, co-. v. n. to deign, condescend;
KOMy, to wish well, to favour, to feel kindness
to one; /.i iic.\iy ".liiT'b h'imhoc .mii/i, he is faJ

placidity.

BJIa^o;^Ju^HbIft, adj. good-natured, good-heart-ho, adv. ly.

ed; compliant, l)enign;


BJiaro;i;iiXeJib, s. m.

[j

j|

1[

voured by a great personage.


sweet
BjaroBouic;
n.
aroma.
.s.

BaaroBOHHocxb,

smell,

quality of
smelling, sweet smell, fragrancy.
s. f.

what

perfume,
is

sweet-

benefactress;

HHi^a,

s.

f.

benefactor,

-cKitt, adj.
ij

BJIa^o;^BTe.^bHOCXb, s. f. beneficence; benefits,


nayKU, nueuAuaaniu, the
great usefulness;

benefits of science, of civilization.


BaarOAfixcibHWfl, ad,j. beneficent,

bountiful;

salutary; do:^c(9(., a kindly shower.


B.iaroA*xcJibCXBOBaxb, v. n. to do good
to load with favours, with ben- fits.

iiben<'ticial,

B.iaroji.'fcaHie,

s.

n.

benefit, favour, grace.

to:

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E.'iAr

BJIAF

Baaronpiaxeab, s. m. -HHij;a, s. f. friend.


Bjaroaceaaxejbj s. m. HHi^a, s. f. one who
BaaronpiaxHOCXb, n. f. favourableness.
wishes well, a friend, well-wisher.
BaaronpiaxHHli, dj. favourable, propitious:
BaaroateaaTeJtbCTBO, s. n. the desire or dispoly.
bly,
oibjnejn, a favourable breeze; -ho, adv.
sition to do good; good wishes.
BaaronpiaxcxBO, v. . obs. benevolence, proBjaro:ejaTeJibCTBOBaTL, v. n. to be welltection.
disposed to one.
BaaronpiaxcxBOBaxb, v. n. to favour, be proBjiaroBB} lie, s.n. -SBj-qHOCXb, s-./". euphony,
pitious; to befriend.
liarmony.
BaaropaacMoxpiiHie, see li.iaroycMOTpiHie.
BaarosBj'iHHft, adj. harmonious, melodious;
Baaropa3cy;i,HxeabHOCib, s. /". considerateness,
euphonious, euphonic; -ho, ady. ly, cally.

jj

,,

Bjarou36paHHUtt,
BaaroHBBOJieHie,

judgment.
Baaropa8cy;i,HxeabHMft,

solidity of

adj. well-chosen.
n. good-will, consent, con-

s.

reasonable,judicious, prudent;

des^^endence.

BaaroHBBUJHTb, v. n. to consent, condescend.


Baaroabnie, s. n. elegance, beauty; magnifiy

Baaropa3yMie,

BaaropasyJiHufl, adj. reasonable, wise, pru-ho, (Zy. bly, ly.


BaaropacHoaoaKenie, s. n. benevolence, good-

dent, cautious;

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BjaroMucjeHHUii, intentioned, reasonable:


intentions, reasonably.

BjiaroMhicjiie,

j]

adj. well-

will,

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kindness.

BaaropacnoaoaieHHHtt,

BaaropacxBopeHHoexb,

-JieuHO, adv. with good

good

disposed,

s.

f.

mild-

salubrity,

wholesomeness (uf the air).


BaaropacxBopeHHHfir, adj. eoodyxh, salubri-

good

intentions,

well

adj.

benevolent.
ness,

n.

s.

MucJiflii^iii,

good sense, wisdom, pru-

n.

dence.

cence.

Baaroj^iiubifi, adj. magnificent, splendid, pompous; -HO, adv.lYBjaroJiio6HBUft, adj. disposed to do good.
BaaroJi H)6ic, s. n. love of good.

s.

- pa3cy;i;HHit, adj.
-ho, adchly ly.

\\

ous air.

designs.

BaaroHa;^ea:HOCTb,

.s-.

f.

certainty;
CAifiu, fidelity of a servant;
aKunaoKa, solidity of an equipage; uauncmiH, the
certainty of news.
BJiaroHa;^eaBHbiiJ[, adj. hopeful; trusty; firm,
to be depended on, be sure,
solid; 0M7n5 -ny,
certain; 6i/dhme - hu, depend upon me; CAyta
-:EeH'b, the servant is to be depended on; Mocnnj
He -ascH'b, the bridge is not firm; -ho, adv. in

ance,

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[j

all confidence.

n. good intention.
adj. -ho, adv. well-intentioned; made with a good intention.
BJiaroHpaBie, s. n. good principles, morality,

BjiaroHaM-BpeHie,

BaaropacxBopaxb, -

fidelity, solidity; assur-

s.

BaaroHaMipeHHBift,

to

render

n. noble birth, nobility;

Honour

pxixb,

v.

a.

salubrious.^

Baaropojiie,

s.

eame, your Honour,

(a title);

sir.

adj. well-born, gentle; noble:


the title of Honour; \ -Hbie .uemaAMi,
the noble or perfect metals; dejJOfcamb koio hu
-HOfi ducmaHV/iu, to keep one in awe; | -HO, adv.
nobly.
Baa^op6;^cxBO, *. n. nobility, noble birth;
nobleness, elevation (of character).
Baarocep;j;ie, see E.TaroAyniie.

Baarop6;^Hijft,

'i

who has

jj

Baarocepj^wi,

see

B.iaroAvniHUH,

BaarocKaoHHOCXb,

.s.

f.

good-will,

affabillity,

benevolence; courteousness; favour.


BaarocKaoHHHfi, adj. well-disposed, affecBjaroHpaBHufi, adj. well-behaved, well-prinI
,
cipled, moral; -ho, adv. conformably with good tionate, benevolent, gentle; npe6ueaio ki ea.Ho
remain your affectionate; vM7/iawe.ti., gentle or
principles, morally.

good behaviour.

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courteous reader; -HO, adw.ly.tly.


s. n. good mien, beauty.
BaarocaoBenie, 5. n. blessing, benediction
B.iaroo6pa3Hi]&, adj. good-looking, beautiful.
Baarono^^aTcab, s. m. -HHi],a, s. f. benefactor. (of parents); consent; assent.

BaarooOpasie,

li

jj

Baaronoay^ie, s.
BaaroHoayqHufi,

BaarocaoBCHHHii,

n. happiness, felicity.

adj. happy, fortunate;

ij

-ho,

or7y. pily, ly.

BaaroHocnimecTBOBaHic,

s.

n. help, succour,

assistance.
v.

n. to

assist,

for-

blest:

BaaronocnBmHuit,

adj.

helping,

adj.

necessary

advancing,

forwarding.

BaaronoxpedHuft,

for

good

ivith;

BaaronpnB^TaHBOCTb, s.

f.

affability, kindness.

BaaronpHB^T.iHBbitt, adj. affable, kind, courte-BO, ado. bly, ly.


BaaronpHBiiTCTBie, s. n. hearty Avelcome.

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given, granted.
s. f. alms, boon, benefaction, gift,
donation; coll. wages, salary.

B-iaronpHCToftHbiii,

adj.

decent,

becoming;

jj

Ij

Baarocxb, s. f. goodness, clemency, mercy.


BaaroxnopeHie, s. n. benefaction, works

charity.

.9.

God gave

BaarocxuHH,

BaaronpucToiiHOCTb,
f. decency, becomingcooAwdamb to save appearances.
,

eio adopoube.sto,

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,1

tor.

of

charity.

BaaroxBopuxeab,

.9.

m. -HHi^a,

s. f.

benefac-

tress.

BaaroTBopiixeabHOCXb,

s.

f.

beneficence;

BaaroxBopHxeabHbifl, adj. beneficent, chari-HBia saoedenis, charitable institutions.


BaaroxBopiiXB, 0. n. to do good; to exercise

table;

i-HO, adv.ly.

Baaronpio6piTeHie,

*.

n. acquisition,

property

adj. acquired

by one's

charity.

(not inherited).

BaaronpioOpixeHHHfl,

BaaroxBopuocxb,

s.

f.

beneficence;

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salutary

qualities.
an acquired property.
BaaroxBopHUfi,'((Zj.l)eneficial; salutary:
BaaronpiflSHeHHHfir, adj. friendly, kind: amiado. beneficently; in a salutary manner.
cable; favourable; -ho, rtdy. dly, ly, bly.
II

-ho,

to consent, assent; a opaKh, to consent to the marriage; -ca, v. r. to bo blessed


Baarococxoanic, s. n. well-being, prosperity.
BaarocxhiHHMfi, adj. beneficent, bountiful,

BaaronpnaiTCTBOBaTb, v. a. to welcome.
BaaronpnaHiie, s. n. propriety, decorum.
BaaronpHaH^HMtt, adj. becoming, decorous.
ness;

-caoBHax

Bote

clement;

deeds.

self:

'..

BaarocaoBaaxb, -BHXb, v. a. to bless, give


one's blessing; to consecrate (a church); to hallow
(bread); to praise,^ glorify; to thank: to endow
him health;

ward.

-Hoe

blessed,

jj

BaaronocnimecTBOBaTb,

ous;

adj.

adv. with benediction.

u.Hnnie,

1]

-ho,

j|

BaaronpiasHb,

s. f.

friendship, affability.

BaaroxepntaHBufl,

adj. patient, forbearing.

BJiAr

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BJIHH

BjcKHyxb, V. 11. to fade,


BaeKOxa, see Beaena.

BJiaroTepninie, s. n. patience, resignation.


BaaroyroJUJinBOCTb, s. f. complaisance, com-

BjieH;i;a,

pliance; officiousness.
BJiaroyro;i;wiHBBjii,

adj. complaisant, officious.


BaaroyroAHOCTB, s. /'. condescension, desire.
BjiaroyroAHUfl, adj. desired, agreeable, pleas-

s. f.

wither; to decay.

min. blende, blende

ore; miner's-

lantern.
BjieH;i;yHr:b,

BaeCKOb,

s. m. fort, sheeting.
m. lustre, glitter, shine, glare;

s.

fig.

6uao ne omomnunib, it splendour, brilliaucy, magnificence; pacnpocmp"false


to answer; da 6ydevii -ho Ba- itHmb, to shed a lustre over; Aootomu, a
splendour; c/iem. fulguration; ceumi/Oauu, min.
lue.ny Bucouecms)/, may it please your Highness.
galena.
BJiaroyroai;i;aTb, v. n. see yroJKAarb.
BaecHa, s. f. tin bait, artificial fish.
Baaroycepj^Hufi, adj. very zealous.

-HO, <ido.
pleased him not
ant;

-ho

e.\iy

II

II

v. n.

Bjiaro'ycepjiiCTBOBaTi.,

BaecxKa,

to be very zealous.

s.

dim. OaecxoiKa, spangle; gold-

/'.

judgment, decision; dust, 'sparkle; -kh yMa, sparks or flashes of wit;


-xoiHUft, adj.
npedcmaeumb ua, to submit to the judgment, to
BaecxoqHHKi, s. m. spangle-maker.
the decision of.
Baecxixb, d.iecHjxb, v. n. to shine, sparkle,
BJiaroycn-BiuHOCTb, s. /'. good success, good
glitter, be resplendent; to flash, twinkle, glisten,
issue.
gleam; to blaze, be bright; (o coaetbddiu) to conBJiaroycniiuHHft, adj. successful.
BJaroyCTpoenie, s. n. establishment of order, stellate; /"t/;. om AToCwm - HVXb ceou.ui yMOMo,
BjiaroyCMOTp-BHie,

n.

II

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lie likes to' make a show of


good organization or regulation.
B-iaroycTpoHBaTb, -ycTpoHTb,y.a. to arrange mo aoAomo, umo - cxiixt,
well, bring in good or Aer;\i part. p. -pocHHUti, glitters.

well organized or arranged.

BJiaroyxaHie, s.
BJiaroyxaHHHtt,

good
pity.

adj. merciful, compassionate.

sweet odour, fragrance.

n.

odorous,

odoriferous,

ndj.

fragrant, sweet-scented.

Baaroyxaxb,

to be odoriferous; to diflfuse

v. n.

BaaroiecTHBbifi, adj. pious, religious, devout;


-qeCTUBaa Muaub, religious life; -bo, ado.lY.
Bjaro^eCTHBiifiuiift, adj. snperl. most pious
jj

of Bu.'isUm sovereigns).
B-iaroieCTie, s. n. piety, devotion.
BJiaroiiiHie, s. n. good order, decency, decorum; a certain number of parishes subordinated

(title

'1

to a superintendent; Ynpnea -Hia, see YnpaBa.


BJiaroiHHHO, adv. orderly, decently, decorously.
BJiaroiHHHHfi, adj. orderly, decorous; s. m.
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ecclesiastical superintendent, provost.


Bja:cuH0, adv. blissfully, happily.
BJiaaEceHHbid, adj. blissful, happy; glorious,
dijmu, beatified souls;
glorified; beatific; -

huh

-HOfi naMfimu, of blessed memory;

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s.

m. an eccen-

tric fanatic.

BaaiKeHCTBO, s. n. beatitude, happiness, felicity;


ooceMh snnouibdeh -CTBa, the eight beatitudes.
BjaHCi'HCTBOBaTb, V. n. to enjoy felicity.
V. a. si. to

s.

BjiHcraTeabUHin.

society; see

beatify, glorify;

j|

v. n. coll.

Baeaxb,

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at hand.

Bausjieasaa^ift, adj. neighbouring, near; adjacent, contiguous.


s.

BaHSHCi^TE.,

capriciousness, capricious

ast.

temper.

n. to bleat.

BJinsua,
f.

n. bleating.

s.

V.

Banasai^miilr, adj. sup. of BansKift.


Baiiasc, adv. (coinp. of BaasKOJ, nearer; Kal:^
as near as possible; see Bjihsko.
MOMHO
BJiiiacHitt, adj. near, next, nigh; s. m. friend,
relation; bibl. neighbour; AwSumb - Haro ceoeto,
to love one's neighbour.
Bausnxb, V. a. to approach, bring near; -ca,
V. r. to near, approach, draw near, come near.
BJiiiSKiJif, adj. nigh, near; close, close by, close
to, proximate; h e^ococ7h^^, I am a near neighbour of his; o>n .kw> podcmoenHumy he is my
near kinsman; -Kia omuomeniH, close connections;
Oauacaituiaa npuuuna, proximate cause; jjs. relative, near relation, kinsman, friend, favourite.
Bjusko, adv. dim. OJHBCHbKO, OjlHsexoHbKO,
nearly; close, closely; apcMn, the time is near,

to fool, be capricious.

BjaaciMBOCTb,

not gold that

is

BaecxaKi, s. m. micarel, mica; insect, golden


wasp.
blazing, bright, shining,
adj.
B.iecxam,ifl,
sparkling, glittering, flaring, glaring; resplendent,
brilliant; splendid; -m,ie KaMeubH, bright gems; e^
-ni.eM'b conmn, in a full blaze of light, all ra.uoAodocrubHi, KjMComoii, radiant
diant with light;
with youth, beauty; -mee o6mecmoo, fashionable
BJieaHie,

or emit sweet odours.

B^axMTb,

wit; prov. ne ace

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BJiaroycTpbttCTBO, s. n. good order,


arrangement.
BJiaroyTp66ie, s. n. mercy, compassion,

BaaroyTpuOHMfi,

liis

all

/".

s.

flaw (in the web);\sl scar.


m. twin, twin-born; 1123?. -

e^w,

Twins^ Gemini.

B.iii3opyKift, adj. short-sighted, near-sighted,


B.ia3Cb, .s. /". caprice, folly, act or piece of folly, myope.
BJiHSopyKOCXb, s. f. short-sightedness, shorthe has fits of
extraviganco; a iieto uaxodunv,
sight, myopy, near-sightedness.
folly, he is sometimes extravagant.
IiJiiiaocxb, s.f. nearness, neighbourhood, proximBJianaceBMii, ailj. flesh-coloured.
B.iiiHEa, .s. /. B.iaHKT., .s. w. blank; -KOBHtt, ity, vicinity.
BjiHS'b, prep. gen. near, in the vicinity of, nigh,
adj. -KOBaa tiaOnu'b, signature in blank, carte

BaaxjiiiButt, -acHott, adj. capricious.

j|

blanche.

BJanKCTT., s. m. carte l)lanchc; - KCTHMtt, adj.


n. indecl. blanc-mange.
B.iaHMauvKe,
jj

close to.
BJiiisb,

B.ieBiiHle,

s.

n.

BacBOTa,

s.

f.

vomiting, spewto

ing-

BJOBaTb, fi.iCBnyxb,
BJi'-nita,

s.

f.

v.

n. to vomit,

spew.

bait, lure.

the matter vomited.


dAH - py, jestingly, for
form's sake; for pleisure's sake.
B-ieK.iocTi., s. f. fidingness, withering.
withered; colourless;
faded,
B.ieK.ii>iA, adj.
gray copper.
\ -jaa pyda, min.

BaciioTHua,
Bji03iV)'b,

s.

.s.

m.

f.

coll.

s.

f.

see

BaHKOBiUiie,

.s.

.s.

Bjih3 0cti>.
n. chcni.

fulguration, coruscation.

BjiHKOBiixb, v. n. chem. to fulgurate;


put liglit in, to enligliten.
B.iHRi>, s. m. paint, lights; \\phys.

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v. a.

paint.

lightening,

sliine; \\coll. spot.


s. m. fort, sheeting.
B.iuHj^OBaxb, -;^npoBaxb, v. a.

BJiHH;^a:R'b,

fort, to blinJ,

slieet witli iron.

B.iHH,i;iipoBaHie,

s.

n. blindage.

B.iHn,-^T,, B.iuH;^3eft.i7.,
It.iuH,^T>i,

s.

f.

jil.

s.

m. naut.

sprit-sail.

fort, blinds, screen.

EJIHH
BauHei^'B,

m.

s.

Bjuhhuk'b,

BOBt

BJiysK^^aioii^ift, adj. roving, wandering, errant:


pancake, flatcake.
-HUi^a, s. f. pancakemau- rambling; oai.iHdb, a haggard look: -mie otnu,

fritter,

m.

s.

25

see B.!iyjiamifi.

seller.

BJuuHEift, adj.pacm'iopi, paste for pancakes.

Baysa,

BjHHHfl, s. f. pancake-shop.
Bjhhoe'B, s. m. dim. a little pancake;

B.iysHHK'B,
jj

flue-

cover (of a stove).


BauH<iaTitt, adj. filled with pancakes, of pan-

plate, lid,

cakes.

B^HH-B, s. m. dim. -HOKi, -hoick-b, pancake:


prou. nejJtiuh, da ko.momi, evpl. a bad beginning.
BaHCTiiHie, s. n. shining, glittering, Hashing:
fig. splendour, brilliancy; scintillation, twinkling.
BJiHCTaTeabHOCTt, s. /' brightness, splendour,
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s.

blouse, smock-frock;

f.

m.

s.

see .lysa.
blouse, a

workman.
tOAyoon.
B.i-b;i,ho, adv. palely, wanly, blankly;
paleaeAemiu, pale-green;
AuutUii,
pale-blue;
taced, wan, pale, pallid.
adj.
palish,
rather
pale,
Bjt.;i;HOBaTBiii,

wannish.
BJii;i;HOCTB, s. /'. paleness, pallor.
cenim^ a dull or
Bab;!;Hiatt, adj. pale, pallid;
dim light; , KUKi cmpmh, as pale as ashes; -aaa
He.HOHh, vied, clilorosis,

brilliancy.

jj

who wears a

one

green sickness.

Bat^^HiTB, V. n. to grow or turn


BanCTiiTeaBHHU, adj. splendid, brilliant, bright;
-Haa Ropma, the Sublime Porte; -ho, ctdy. ly. wan, get dim, become dull: to fade.
BJi'Iji.HaK'B, s. m. hot. ochre.
BjHCTaTb, sec Bjecxirfc.

pale; to

grow

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fort, blockade; -a;i;HHfi, adj.


BaoKaJ^a, s.
B.iOKapHfl, s. f. block-shed.
BJOEiipb, s. m. block-maker.
BjiOKfiaxapea, s. f. fort, block-battery.
BJiOKrays'b, s. m. fort, block-house.

BaH),'^eHie,

/'.

n. preservation,

s.

guard, safe-keep-

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blockade, blockading.
BjiOKHpoBaxb, V. a. fort, to block-up, blockade.
BjOKOBaa, s. /'. block-shed, block-workshop.
BaoKOBUJliHMii, adj. anat. ginglymoid; -Hoe
coHAeneHic, ginglymus.^
Bjioei>, s.OT.dim.OJioieKi., block, pulley, sheave;

BJOKHpoBaHie,

OaoKOBHu,

II

s.

BJI6HJ^a,

f.
s.

\i

BJiK)ii(o, s. n. dish; platter; dish, mess; .HHcnoe


a dish of meat; y una oueaeim mo.ibKO doa -;^a
3a o6>bdo.Hi, we have only two courses at dinner.
Baio;^OJU3HHiaTB, v. n. to sponge, sponge upon;
to hang on, get by sponging.
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BJlH);i;0aH3HH^eCTB0, - JIHSHH^aHBC, s. n.
sponging; hanging on.
BaiOji.oJius'B, s. m. -SHHi^a, s. f. sponger, hanger-on, dinner-hunter.

-mnn'B, s. m. naut. block-ship.


anat. after-birth.
blond, blond-lace:
f. dim. -;i;o^Ka,

-;i;oBHfi, adj.
B.ioh;i,uh'b, s. m. -;!i;HHKa,

uaunoe,

of Bjikao;

B.no;i;eiKO, s. n. dim.
saucer; hut. scutellum.

adj.

BjoeiuhbIi,

Bjoua,

n. fort,

s.

ing, care.

BjiM);i;ne,

n. saucer;

s.

j|

zool. patella;

1|

bat. scutel,

scutellum.

BaiocTH,

V. a. irr.

to keep, guard, preserve; to

watch over; to attend; aaKOMw,


to observe the laws; -ca, v. p. r. (om^ neio). to be
fair person.
kept; to keep one's self or guard one's self from.
BJi6H;i;oiHHn,a, s. f. blond-maker.
BjiiocTUTeJiB, s. m. -Hiin;a, s. f. keeper,
Bjioxa, s. f. dim. doinKia, flea; fig. e^ we.us
of order.
.uHOio OJioxt, he is full of mischief; euoiimb guardian; -xeJiB nopHdna, keeper
BjiiocTUTeaBHOCTB, s. f. vigilance, carefulness,
Ca.ox'bf to make one give up his follies.
BaoxoMopt, s. m. Baoinba-CMepxB, s. f. hot. watchfulness.
BJiH)CTHTeJiBHHfi[, adj. vigilant, careful, watchflea-bane, flea-wort, ploughman's spikenard.
observe,

light-haired or

s. f.

to

fulfill:

\\

BaouiHCTBitt, -uiJiHBBiii, adj.

BJOuiKa,

s.

hot.

f.

full of fleas.

purslane,

portulaca;

||

ful.

BjarHJiB, BaarapB,

see

ticot.

Bjioxa.

BJomuuB'B,
BaoiUHHTB,

V.

a.

BJioiUHUi^a,

s.

f.

s.

m.

hot.

to
hot.

fern,

Baaxa,

polypody, conyza.

s.

m.

hot.

flagellaria.

Bjiy;i;HTB, v. n. to rove, ramble; to wander;


to steal (as a cat); to wanton:
l|to do mischief;
si. to rake, fornicate.
mismischievousness,
BJiy;i,auBOCTB,
s.
f.

II

lecherous;

Bay;!,!*,

s.

Bay;^a^a,

s.

s.

plant, l)ean-plant.

BoOoEi, BoOoiOKT., s.
BoOon-B, .see Bydon^.
BoOpeHOEi.,
BoO'u'ixa,

cum.^

n. adultery, prostitution.
m. fornication, lechery.

s.

Bo, conj. si. see 11 60.


Boa, s. m. indecl. boa (serpent and fur).
BoSepTEi, see BoSpi..
B06KH, s. m. pi. bay-berries, Tonquin-beans:
-EOBBIH, adj.
BodoBiiAHMii, adj. pulse-like, leguminous.
m. bean-stalk, bean-haulm.
bean-pod.
f. bean-plant,
BodoBHHE'B, s. m. bean-trefoil, dwarf-almond.
BodoBufi, adj. -Boe pacmenie, leguminous

prodigal son.
BJiy;i;o;i,4}inic,

ij

BoCoBUEi,
BodoBUHa,

chievous tricks: inclination to steal (as cats, dojjs).


BJiy^^aHBBiH, adj. mischievous; prov. "ji^s.viB'h
naK^ KOvtKa, mpyc^uo^ KaK^ aanm, thievish as a
cat and tinud as a hare.
Bay;i;HH, s. f. pi. knaveries, wanton or mischievous tricks.
B.iy;^HHK'B, BJiy;^o;^*li, s. m. Bjiy^Hui^a, s. f.
fornicator, fornicatress.
B-Ty^HBifi, adj. dissolute,

dim. dJiaiuKa, daame^Ka, plate,


OaaiUHBift, daameiHHft, adj.
s. m. metal-plate worker.

f.

BaaxapB,

BjioiUHBifl, adj. of fleas, fleas.


BjiOfflHaK-B, .s\ m. hot. scolymus.

Bjioni;u^HHE'B,

s.

metal plate;

bring fleas.
origanum.

m. chem. massicot, mas-

s.
^

s.

.s\

in.

a bean; a seed, grain.

m. a young beaver.
female beaver.
m. hot. meniauthes, marsh-trefoil.

s.

/".

BoOpuBiiEii,

s.

BoCpoBHHa,

s.

f.

Bo()p6BUi;a,

s.

f.

BoOpoBMtt,

adj.

rastoreum.
vagabond, wanderer, vagrant.
BoOp-B, Bofiep-B,
adj. wandering, errant; -mie otnu,

flesh of the beaver.


hot. clover, trefoil.

-Baa

cmpija, apoth. castor,

c.

ignis-'fatuus, will-of-the wisp, jack-'a-lantern, tire-

dim. doOpHK'B,
beaver, castor; .nopcKOu uau KaMHnmcKiii , otter,

drake, night-fire.

sea-otter;

Bayji;ani,iii,

.s.

m.

zool.

.uiicnycoeuu -CpiiE'B, beaver-rat;

iron,

neueto CKUSamb, y6u.n -Opal he has made a fine


wandering.
Bayx^aTB, V. n. to err, wander, rarnble, stroll, clioice!
Ho^'h^s.m.hot. bean, bean plant; mypenKiu,\<.\i\rove, straggle, roam; eio .Muc.iti -;^aH>T'B, his
ney-bean; oo.miu, lupijie; KaKaoobtu, cacao-bean,
thoughts are wandering.

Bayac^aaic,

s.

n.

EOBH
cacao-nut;

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ko^cuhuu, coffee-berry, coffee-bean; one who likes


va doOaxt, to be taken in, come HHMift, adj.

fig. ocmambCH
off a loser; eio
II

na do6axi. ne npooedeuih, he

is

..

f.

i.iijnoMi/ cuHi/

n. riches,

80

)ie

BoroHeHaBHCXHHK'b,

BoroocxynHMK'b,

s.

apostate,

f.

s. n. apostasy, atheism.
apostate, impious.
Bo^o^o;^66HbIif, adj. God-like, divine, deiform.
BoronosHaHie, s. n. the knowledge of God.
Borono^HxaHie, s. n. divine worship.

BorooxcxynHbitt,

ad^j.

Borono^HxaxeJib,

an athlete,

m. -HHn,a,

s.

worshiper

s. /.

of God.

s. m. athlete, hero, valiant knight.


Borax-BXb, pas-, v. n. to grow or become rich,

wealthy; to thrive.
Bora^'b, s. m. -a^Hxa, s. f. rich man or woman;
-qa, pi. the rich.
Bor;i;uxaHT>, *\ m. Chinese emperor, eastern
sovereign.
BoreMa, s. f. gipsy, wanderer, vagrant;

bohemian.
f.

pious.

BoroOopcxBOBaxb,

v.

BoronpiiiMen.'b,
surname).

n. to strive against

God,

impious.

BoroOoasJHBOCXb, -OoasHeHHOCXb,

s. f.

fear

BoronpoxHBHOCXb,

BoroOoasJiHBHii,
1

BoronpoxiiBHHii,

adj. impious, ungodly.

Borop6;i;Hi^a,

Our Lady,
day;

the Virgin Mary;

ij

i;

,s. m.
bat. lote-tree.
BorocJioBie, s. n. theology, divinity.
theologic,
BorocJiOBCKift, adj.
-CEii, adv. theologically.

BoropoacHHK'b,

al,

ij

BorocjiOBCXBOBaxB,

v. n.

divine;

to theologize.

BorocJiOBi., s. m. theologian, divine.


BorocJiyacefiHufi, adj. of divine service.
Borocjyxenie, .s. n. divine service; worship;
OKOHHeno,
church; epCMH - nia, churcli-time;

is

done, church

is

over.

BorocuacaeMWfl, <(dj. protected or saved by God.


n. deification, apotheosis.
BoroxBopcHie,
BoroxBopiixb, V. a. to deify; to idolize, idola,<;.

|1

trize; to

s.

m. a lad painter of images.


f. Mother of God, Our Lady.
BoroMrpsKift, adj. impious, sacrilegious, ungoldy, godless: -KG, ody. ly, dlily, lessly.
f.

s.

BorOMOJ04l, -MuabHIiKX, -MOJIbU^UKl,


-MOJibiiiiii^n, -u^iii^a,

S. Vl.
s.

f.

n. deicide.

.s\

BoroyC'iftn,a, .s. c. deicide.


Boroyro;i;ie, -yroacAHi<^>

.s.

-MOJiHi^a, -MoJEa,

worship (idoU).

BoroyO'iiicxBO,

adj. of a divine figure, godlike.

m. one who knows God.


n. the kn.iwledge of God.
Boror.iar>aaHio, s. n. the preaching of the
word of God.
Boroj^aHiiHft, adj. heaven-sent, heaven-born.
Boro;i,opa;aBio, >. n. theocracy.
BorosHaiiie, .s. n. the knowledge of God.
BoroMaOpaiiiiKifi, adj. chosen of God.
BorojioOiiuutt, adj. loving God.
BoroJii6i', .s. n. the love of God.
BoroaioGi., -JiioOeu,7i, s. m. one who loves

BorOHaxepb,

s. f.

Ave or Ave-Mary
adj.
(first words of the prayer); -^HqHUft,
Borop6;i,CKiii, adj. -CKaa mpnea, hot. wild

-asueHHEiii, adj. fearing


-BO, -uho, adv. piously, in

BoroB;T;oxHOBeHHMft, adj. divinely inspired.


BoroBH;]^^!,^, s. m. one who has seen God.

BoroB'Lj^'hiiic,

impiety, impiousness,

f.

npaaduum -U,w, Mary's

the fear of God.^

BoroBH;^ubifi,
BoroBb;^eu'b,

s.

Simeon's

(St.

ungodliness.

church

of God, piety.
(rod, pious, religious;

m. God-receiver

s.

thyme.

goddess.

Boro6Jiaro;^axHbrfi, adj. rich in the blessings


of heaven.
BoroOopei^'b, -OopHnKi., s. m. theomachist.
impious man.
BoroOopHHfi, adj. striving against God, im-

God.
BoroMas'b,

m. -HHi^a,

s.

BorooxcxynHHiecxBO,

Boraxupb;

s.

hater

atheist.

act heroically.

BoruHa,

f.

BoroHocenTb, s. m. who bears God in his heart;


collector for the church (bearing God^s image on
his breast).

i|

to act as

s.

!j

coHo, a very sound sleep; -ckh, ady. ly, cally,


like an athlete.
BoraxhipcxBO, s. n. the qualities or state of
n.

m. -HHn,a,

s.

ungodly, godless.

athlete.
f. a female
aclj. valiant, athletic, heroical:

v.

virgin devoted to God, to

s. f.

of God; impious, ungodly man or woman.


BoroHCHaBHCXHMfi, adj. hating God, impious,

little

BoraxHii, adj. rich, wealthy; copious, abundant,


opulent: magnificent; -xaa Aomadb, a magnificent
horse: -xaa .mamoa, an abundant harvest; -xaa
mib.m u
3e.HAfl, fruitful earth; prov. Hlh.\^^ CoraxTb,
pado, you are welcome to all I have (expL).

an athlete, of a hero.
BoraxbipcxBOBaxb,

n. theocracy.

BoroHeBicxHaa,

use to a fooi.

BoraxbipKa, s.
BoraxupcKitt,

wisdom, theosophy.

n. godly

*.

the service of God.

opulence, wealth; prov.

noMouib, riches are of

.s.

BoroHaia-iie,

richly adorned.
s.

>.

adv. ly.
BoroMy;i,pie,

hot. flea-bane.

60 ram ait.
Boraxo, adv. camp. Ooraie, richly; y6paHHuii,

BoraxcxBO,

-MOJb-

-HO,

m. pop. rich man, moneyed man.

BoraxHHKa, s.
BoraTHXb, see

God; pilgrim;

to

BoroMOJibHHqaib, -MOJibCXBOBaxb, v. n. to
pray to God, be devout; to go on a pilgrimage.
BoroMOJibHHfi, adj. devout; pious, religious;

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Boraxeft,

pray

to

-JiRa, s. f. see BoroMOin.


praving mantis (insect).
BoroMOJibe, -MoabCXBO, s. n. praying to God;
devotion; pilgrimage; udmu na, to go on a pilgrimage.
^

BoroMOJiTb,
.lenix, JiHua;

not

so easily cheated.
BoObiJib, s. m. -aHxa, s. f. a peasant with()06HJieM'B, poor, wretched fellow;
out land:
ijibCEitt; -Jiifl, adj.
Bora;i;-B.ieHKa, 5. f. alms-woman.
Bora;i;-BJibHa, s. f. dim. -;^iJieHKa, alms-bouse,
poor-house: -^^iaeHHBifi, -;i;-BJlBHHa, adj.

lie

Eoro

to

God; piety.
Bo^oy^o;^HHKl.,

m.

s.

'>

-uim,a,

^i^c

s.

f.

agreeable
a pious

person, saint.

Boroyro^^HMii, adj. agreeable


a pious deed;
board or institution.

oih.io,

to

God;

-Hoe

- Hoe aaeedeme, charitable

Boro-vpaHiiMHli, adj. protected by God.

Boroxyacnio,

see

EoroxyabCTBO
lemer.
-HHna, s. blasplK

BoroxyJibKHK-i., s.m.

/*.

BoroxvJbHH'iaxL, v. n. to blaspheme.
BoroxyJbHMfi, adj. blasphemous.
BoroxyJiboxBOBaxb, see BoroxyJibHHnaTb.
blasphemy, cursing.
m. God-Man.
BoroHBJieHie, ... manifestation of Our Lord:
Epiphany. Twelftli-niglit, Twelfth-day; I -encKift,
BoroxyJiM'.XBO,

Boro'io.iOBT.K'b,

adj.

s. .
.s'.

Eor^

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Crod: Creator; dah, dati mo,


s. m.
grant, would to God that; cAam Bory, God
be praised; 6.iaiodapio Bora, thank God; e^ BoroMi! God be with you, God speed you (at starting on a voyage); forward, go ahead! pndu Bora!
for God's sake, for the love of God! eudumo,eh
Borv! by God, indeed, as true as God is in heaven! coxpnuii.[ God forbid! 0(?acw^ (refusal to

Bon,

God

B0K1>

.MUAocepdie ondno.My, for God's sake have pity on


- ckh, no - ckh, ado. as God
a poor person;
,

commands.
Boa:ecTBeHHOCTb,

s.

/'.

divine nature;

divinity;

heavenliness.

BoatecTBeHHMfl,
adv.\Y,hlY.
BoaKCCTBO, s.

adj.

divine, adorable;

n. divinity;

,i

jj

-HO^

deity, god, goddess.

Boxuxbca; V. n. to swear, utter oaths; o


a heggnr), God help you: cuacm.m8^ ineou, you
6offiHTca Kaolc^o.\^^ vxaty, he swears at every
liad a narrow escape; noo^m^aeM^ mbMonoc.ia.io,
will you not partake of our simple fare; w(^ weso breath.
B6a:it1, adj. God's, of God, divine: heavenly:
Mujo'cmu, we will hope the hest.noMOHb! God
-asba, the arm of God; -aiieio .huaohelp! rocnodb, God our Lord; prov.dacmo deub, decmma
of God; -acbeii no.MOUibio,
dactm u numy, every day brings its food; 6epe- cmiw, by the grace
God helping; 6^ cmpaxib -xieM-b,
QKenato uCepeoKemo, ho, Bora nadnucn, a cumo God willing,
doMh, -asbe depeuv.o, hot.
of God:
ne nAotaau, help yourself and God will help you; in the fear
- a:ba Kopoena, ladysouthern-wood:
abrotanum,
nobody
euHoeaim,
ne
I^apw
tpnuieHh,
i:mo Bory e
mbcim, bird, lady-cow (insect).
is without faults; e eudacmo, ceuHbH ne
Boa:HUii,a, s. f. image-case.
whom God helps nobody can liarra; mi Bory cewia,
BoxoKt, s. m. (dim. of Bon), godling, god.
Hu Hopmy Kouepta, good lor nothing; CMib.iuM^
BosHaEi), s. m. hot. grove of black elder.
SMidibetm, God helps the brave.
BosOBbiilr, B03i>; see BysHEHHS, BysHHa.
Bo;i;aHie; s. n. butting.
Bost (Bb), lac. adv. is only used in speaking
Bo;i;aTb, doj^nyxb, v. a. to butt (of a ram); to
)iomcaaiomiu KopoAb, the lat&
sovereigns; 6^
n.
of
rec.
-CH,
v.
a
cock);
to
spur
bull);
a
(of
gore (of

ij

to butt: to gore.

BoAe^'i.,

m. spur, cockspur;

s.

heel;

jj&oi. spui-,

m.

s.

mymiu,

hot. sloe, sloe-tree, black-thorn;

see TepHT>.
to butt, to gore.
s. f. inclination
Bo;];jHBiit, adj. disposed to butt, to gore;
mBOU Kopoujb Both po%^ ne daerm, see KopoBa.
Bo;i;MepeflHHK'B, s. m. com. lender on bot-

Bo;i;aHBOCTb,

tomry.
Bo;i;Mepea, s. f. com. gross-adventure; bottomry;
-pefiH&iii; adj. -peftnuft Kon)npaKm^, bottomry
bond.

BOAPHTb,

V.

a. see

05oApflTb:

-CH,

v.

r.

to

boldness, valiantness; heart.


s.

n.

watching, vigilance.

pyKonamnuu

combat, en-

close fight: nn-

cock-match;

cock-fight, cock-fighting,

obiKOGo, bull-baiting, l)ull-fight;K(/.iff'<6n"' boxing,


,

boxing-bout, pugilism, boxing-match: dcsh 6oa,


without striking a blow; eaamh ObeMi., ch 66a,
to take by storm, take by force; oushioamh na,.
vto challenge, champion: c;;o7?irt, see yCofi;

striking of a clock; 6apa6anHuu, dvnm\)e&t-,pyMbH, shot, reach of a gun: csok, ramming of piles; eto doMz ua ca.Mo.\a Ooh), his house
in a place
is situated on the most frequented spot,
of resort: n breakage, breaking.
Bott-6a6a, 9. /". bold, daring, insolent woman,

con,

||

virago.
s. f. ramming of piles.
BoftKitt, adj. bold, daring, forward; alert, brisk,
dexterous, adroit, expeditious, energetical; ijpai*i*.
vigorous, lively: -Koe .uncmo, a very much frequented spot, a place of resort; rugged, rough
(roads); \-K0, ado.l)'.
BottKOCTb, s. f. alertness, briskness, vivacity,

BoftKa,

||

n. to sit up, stay up (the


night); to watch; dya;o.uo, to take courage.
Bojlipud, adj. brave, vigilant; sound, healthy;

B6;^pcTB0BaTb,

fight, fighting,

battle,

conflict:

|i

courage; to go boldly; to conceal or stifle


one's emotion.
B6;i;pocTb, s.f. vigour, cheer; ^ya-o, courage,

take

B6;i,pcTB0BaHie,

m.

s.

gagement:

-^^i^OBLiiij adj.
Bo;i;h.io, s. n. goad.

Bo;i;aaKi.,

king.
Bofl,

v.

dmo evuficmapum, that old man

is still hale and


hearty; KOMft, spirited, mettlesome steed; y nux^
eudo, they have a good, healthy appearance; -po,

dexterity; adroitness; ruggedness, roughness, unevenness (of the roads).


BoiiKOTHpoBaTb, v.a. to boycott.
j,

||

Bo;^yH'b, s. m. - THba, s. f.
animal.
Bo;i;ara, Bo^^aaKHHiaTb, see BaAara, Ba;i;aK-

butter, butting

HHiaTb.

BofiHa,
ua -HH),

.s\

s. f.
f.

i!

ii

Bo;i:flK'b,

s.

m. hot. holy thistle.

BoeBoft, adj. battle, of battle;

nampom,

bail-

cartridge: -BMe aanacu, mil. ammunition; -Baa


.lomadb, battle-horse: Jipoe.Ki, embrasure; - Baa
jjaxetna, congreve rocket: -Baa npyoKuna^ detent;
Bbie nacu, striking clock or watch; -Boe KO.teco,
count-wheel (in a watch); ue.ioonm, fig. quarrel-

',

BoKOBofi, adj.

lateral; of flank, collateral:

-Baa

KO.MHama, by-room, side room; -Baa unmnb, later-Baa


al branch: -Baa dopota, sideway, by-way;
door; -Baa mponuHKa, by-path; a^;/"*,
tooth (of a horse);pajpnsi, lateral innopmperm, likeness in profile, side-face:
cision;
naid.
coll. nopa ua -bth), it is time to go to bed:
-Baa KaMKa, rolling.
BoKcep-b, s. m. boxer, pugilist; prize-fighter.
BoKCHpoBaaie, BoKcepCTBO, s. n. boxing, pu-

doe2)b, side

some person.
fighter,
Boen.'B, s. m. champion,
wrestler; KyAauHuii-., boxer, pugilist.

gladiator;

swearing.
Boxe, s. m. (exclamatorily), God; .wou.' oh God!
Lord! uaoaeu! God ioTh\&\II,apH xpauu, God
save the king; o! good God! good Heavens! oh
God bless me! God
dear, dear me! noMu.iyu

Boa:6a,

fort, battery, barbacan.


slaughter-house, butcliery; udmuto go to the butchers; A'/7- slaughter,
massacre, carnage.
Boft^iaKi, s.m.pop. brisk man; quarreler.
BoEaji-b, s.m.dim. -ajbiKKi., beaker, goblet:
champagne-glass; -abHbiti, adj.
BoKaaei^'L, s. m. naut. bumkin.
BoKOBHa, s. f. pile of fish for drying.

BottHHi^a,

adv. courageously, firmly, boldly.

s. f.

forbid!

m. - ;^6MKa, - fl;oMHn,a, s. f.
orphanage: a place in the cemetery for burying
self-murderers; -;i;6MCKitt, adj.
BoscecEifi; adj. godlike, divine; OKUMume -Koe
Boace^i;!*]*!*,

s.

ii

i|

corner

;;

gilism; prize-fighting.

BoRCHpoBaxb, V. n. to box.
m. boxing, pugilism.
BORCb,
.^.

BoR-b,

s.

m. dim. Oo^oKi.,

side, flank; .v}6 i:o-

j^g^T,^ I have a stitch in my side; wupoKie 60Ka


.lowadu, the large flanks of a horse; cxuamumivH

BOJIB

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BOJ-B

BoJiTi; s. in. dim. Oo-ithki, bolt, peg; cnptbno^^ OoKa onn CMnxa, to shake one's sides with
laughing; .leowami) na OoKV, to lie on one's side; njiJimb, aadueamb -TaMu, to bolt.
Bojib, s.f. ache, ake, aching; ail; smart; to.ioefig. to grow lazy; esanih koio 3a 60Ka, fig. to put
head-ache; med. cephalalgy; aydHan, toothone on the screw; xeamunib mno no dOKy, fig. to HUH
dymeeuuH, grief, pain, suffering, affliction.
sell, engage, give away a thing (for debts or other ache;
BojibHun^a^ s. f. hospital, infirmary; lazaret;
reasons); am cm;/ c dOKV npuneua, he is nothing
-HHUHbiit; adj.
to him, he is not even a distant relation of his;
B6.ibH0, adv. painfully; h onem yKO^OA^ ce6n
oindyeamhCH ceouMu 6oKaMH, to bear alone all
the expenses; ua.HHvib -Ka, to beat to a mummy, naAeii/i, I pricked my finger very badly; 6a.^t^ 6yit will
give you pain, it will make you
to cudgel; adv. no -kjim*, on each side; nocumh de7m
it pains me, it
lunaiy ct OoKy, to wear a sword at one's side; smart; it will afflict you; .v(w.
CB OoKT (y veto), by the side of; y nen nenen^ ails me, it smarts me; .w?6 o^ew* ,umo^ I am very
Ha "KT, her cap is all on one side; udmu Bi-, sorry for, I am grieved; cepdny , the heart aches;
pop. and coll. very, much; soundly, heartily; 0H^
to go sideways; -6-, side-by-side, side-to-side; 6oKOH'b; OoqKOM'B, sidewise, laterally; udmu 6o- He y.ucm, he is not very clever.
Bo.ibH6Ji:) adj. sick, ill, unwell, diseased; CMcnKOMi; do^KOMi, to go sidewise; naut. bodily.
sick to death; om OoJieH'b 3y6aMii, JiuBojBaHnTb; V. a. to roughen, rough-hew, rough- meAbuo
xopadKOu, he has tooth-ache, fever; ceajiumb ct.
cast.
BoJiBaHEa, s. f. tech. shingled lump of ore, pig lo.iosbi, da Ha adopooyio^ to lay the fault at
another man's door; omdymeeiio HeAoonm, he is
[of lead or iron).
mentally afflicted, he is crazy; fig. aadibmb aa
BoJiBaHHBiu, adj. of a statue, of a mould.
BoJiBaH'B s. m. dim. - anqHRi^ - sameR'B; -Hoe .M)bcmo, to touch in the most tender point;
block, trunk: rough statue, idol; manikin, lay y 8CHt:aio ecnib ceoe -Hoe Mncmo, every one has
patient, sick
figure; barber's block; mould, model; block-head, his weak point; ||s.>n. i-Hafl, s.

II

ll

,1

/'.

||

|1

^BaHUMt; to play dummy


clod-head; mpanih
(at cards).
BoJiBaH']&TB, v.n. see JI^ypiTt.
BojBamcK'B; s. m. sleeve-board (of a tailor);
j

Bo.iBaHi.
BojiBaiuKa, s. f. button-mould.
BoJiBepKi, s. m. fort, bulwark; bastion.
BojrapcKoe noiOHO^ s. n. sorgo, sorghum,

jisee

man

or woman, sufferer.
Bojbuia.B'b; s.m.pop. village elder; eldest son.
Bojiboie, adj. (comp. of BoJibmofi), greater,
larger; adv. see Boji k e.
BoJibuiedepiJ^OBbi:^, adj. anat. tibial; - Baa
Kocmb, tibia.
||

[|

BoJbmcroJiOBBifi, adj. macrocephalous.

Bo.ibmBHa;

Indian millet, Guinea-corn.

s. c.

pop. the eldest, the principal;

authority; power.
ij

BojibmHHCTBO,

Boji;i,a, 6oJi;i;6BHHa, see Baaia.


B6j;:^Kipb, .see Y6Av>]i,0K'h.

BoJiecTb,

pop. see BoaisHL; Auxan

s.f.

see

Elaxy^aa CoaisHt.
BojevTOjiiTeabHEitt, adj. assuaging, soothing;
med. anodyne.
BoauroJiOBii, s. m. hot. hemlock.
Bojh;!;!!, s. m. bolis.
Bo.ioOaH'b; see Baa a 6a n%.
Bojiona, s. f. excrescence, gall (on trees).

BojoHEa,
Bojioub,

X.

lap-dog, spaniel.

/".

sap-wood,

s. f.

blea;

ji

first

rind of a

morse-tooth.

BoJiOTHHa, s.
BojoTHCTUft,

marshy

place; see Bojioto.


marshy, l)Oggy, swampy, fenny.
BoJioTHUK'b^
m. hot. andromeda.
Bo.ioTHbitt, adj. of marsh, marshy, moorish,
swamjjy, boggy; .^(ox^, hot. bog-moss;A://eccj, fen/".

.s.

primacy, pre

n.

eminence;

majority, plurality; no -By ^o^ocoe^, by majority


or plurality of votes.
BoJibiulH, adj. {comp. of Boai>moS), greater,
larger, most important; no uieit nacmu, -meio
Hacmbw, for the greatest part, for the most part;
6'5 -uiHM'b oHU.MaHicMb,
with morc attention.
BoJbuioit; adj. great, large, long, tall, big;
lum, high rank; -maa
stout, grown, grown up;
naAe^^ (na pynib), thumb;
dopoia, highway;
iKiAeVib (na noitb), big toe; -nisia CijKea (nponucil

dy.

.s'.

uaa), a capital letter; c^ -luuMib mpydoMz, with


much difficulty; ctfMmo, a great light; fig. the
mpa,
great or fashionable world, high-life;
deep play; -uiaa nacnib napoda, bulk of the people:
cuMoe -uioe, nmo h .uoty, the utmost that I can;
caMoe -inoe, ecAu ea deadnamb .intm, at the ut-

-maa

but twenty; caMoe -moc, ccaii amo


not last at the very
it will
mouse (bird).
utmost more than an hour; nc ch -uiiimt.^ cz hcBojOTHHKi., s. m. marsh-wood.
doJbuiMiu'b; a little more than;||s. j. the eldest,
BoaoTO, s. n. dim. -.loxi^c, - jotc^ko, marsh, principal; proo. uieh iopmoKh,da caMi,with. little
bog, swamp, moor, morass, fen; 2>>'oi^- <)chk''> icy.iUKi, means but one's own master.
cooc
xauAumh, it is a bad bird that fouls its
Bo.ibuiyxa, s. f. pop. eldest daughter.
own nest.
BoJibui'^iUiA, adj. aiigm. coll. enormous.
Bo.iTanie, s. n. shaking, stirring, moving:
B<).iif.e, (5oJ[1>, Oojbiue, adv. (comp. of Maoro),
chatting, prattling, chattering, babbling.
more, the more, any more; longer; some more:
BOJTllTb, fiO.lTIIJ'Tb, ra.iTbiBaTb, V. a. to moto, more tlian that; mn.MZ
so much the more:
shake: to move, agitate; to chat, chatter;]! to gossip; mib.m cto nyjiCHO doHmbai, he is so much the
to babble, prattle lOf children); imCHf v. r. to be lUDrf to be feared;
more and more: nn.sto
shaken; to move, bol), dangle; to lounge about,
na nee cMomp'to^mrbMb aocxumaiocb t'w, the more
cress:

-naa ymna,

fen-duck;

cununa -uaH^

coal-

most she

is

iipodoAJicumnji ^ac^,

jj

\\

,</

,|

|j

loiter.

BoaTCHb;

m. trowel, staple (of a lock).


BojiT.iHBonTb, s.f. talkativeness, loquacity,

in-

clination to chatter.
BojiTJiuBbiJi, adj. talkative, loquacious.
Bo.iTOBiifl; s.f. cliat, cliattor, chit-cliat; clack.
Bo-ixyii-b, .1.7)1. cliatterer, chatter-box; babbler;
il

II

see her,

xiiMi', the

s.

addle-egg; j /Vr/. unsuccessfulness, failure.


Bo.iTi'Ubfl, s.f chatter-box, babbler.
BowixyiiiKa, .s, /". twirling-stick, chocolate-stick;
chatter-box, chatterer; babbler.

more I admire her; ^tb.H^, in7b.H7>


more the worse; .>(/* npaaumcn it

tlie

no or not more, not


pleases me much better; ue
any more, no longer, not any longer; but; ne
ocmaKaK^, no or not more tlian; h >ic .uoty
oambCH, I cannot stay longer; amoto ne cyuiecmoifit is no more; ne xomume au
emc.'^ unrm,
em^
jine xony, will you have more? not any more;
ne.HHoto
a little more; ecezo, above all, above
anything; smo cdihAauo padu yduaoAbcmaijt, uc
moio, it was done for pleasure, nothing else; om
,

Muoonucb,

he likes painting best;


as much as possible; M^?t Menne,
or less, thereabouts; Kit hh .weMc, neither

.iwoumi

MOMHO,

nor

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BOJI-B

BopHOxaxb,

kcikt,

more
more

fig. to coo;
to himself.

sickliness, weakness, un-

s. f.

BoJi-B3HeHHHii, adj.
unhealthy,

jj

CoSo.itBHOBaTt.

Eoa-BSHb, s. f. illness, sickness, disease, malady;


dijmenHaH mental disease, disease of mind; nad//HUH, see UaAVHifi; odph -hh, sick-bed.
BOJ'BHic, s. n. paining, pain, aching: affliction;
suffering.

BoatCTB, pop. see Boatsni..


Boaixb, daJiHBaxb, v. n. to

ache, ail, pain:


aches, I have a
head-ache: to be ill, be sick; dyiuou, to be afflicted;
moim
to grieve, sorrow: prov. nmo y koio -jht'b,

MCHH tOAoea -.iHT'b,

my head

!|

u ioeopnm~o, every one thinks most about


concerns.

m. bole.
BoaapHHi, Bo.iai>CTBO,
;ipCTB0.
BoJirocb,

s.

BopoBHXHHa,

.'J.

Hoea

Bopo;i;ai'b,

s.

n.

BoMOoHbepKa,
BoMi*

s. f.

fipaittceJiL,

cooper's

shed,

cooper's

IJ

shop:

i;

BOtt, adj.

harrowing.
BopoHCHie, BopoHOBanie,
BopoHHJibni,HKTb, BopoHOBmHKt, s. m. hars. n.

bushel-maker, cooper.
bonze (a Buddhist
s. m.

s. 1)1.

rower.

priest).

BOHMO,
to fling a

bon mot, witty word;

n.

s.

barber's shop.

to sail the air.


B*opo3;^HHK'b, s.m. hoe, weeding-hook, weed-hook.
Bop63;i;qaxuft, adj. furrowed; striped.
BoposaKCHic, s. n. furrowing.
Bopona, s. f. dim. OopoHKa, harrow; - ho-

BoHsa UAU BoHSt,

to

harrow;

impart,

BopoHHXb, 2>op. see 06opoHflTb.


BopoHHHK'b, s. m. clods of earth and weeds

in. fashionable manners, bon ton,


BOHXOH'B,
good form: -ohhmh, adj.
BoH'b, s.m. naut. boom of a harbour; bar; com.
.-?.

left in

;]

harrowing.

BopOHbCa, s.f. harrowing; harrowing


Bopoxb, see IIo6opoTi..
Bopoxbca, V. rec. to wrestle, struggle:

season.

il

||

to conoppose, resist; M3S aa ueto, to wrestle for:


cs nopoKOMU, to
Co koio.n, to bid God defiance:
^0A0^0M^, to
strive against vices; cs oibmpo.sn, cs
struggle against wind, against hunger.
BopxHUK-b, s. m. keeper of wild hives, bee-

i|

bill.

see

v. a.

p. fiopoHeHHtifi,

bon mot.

BopaHHBaxb,

BopoHHXb, BopOHOftaxb,

omnyemumb,

BoHHa, s. f. a nursery-governess, bonne.


BOHHexi, s. in. fort, bonnet.

cheque,

s. f.

s.

s. 11. paring-knife.
Bopo3;i;ii.ibHHK'b, -s. m. furrow-plough.
Bopo3;i;iixb, v.a. to furrow; to ridge; to intersect; to stripe, scratch; .wope, to plough the sea;

royal mast, top-

Boiapua.

BoHj^apB,

jj

box for sweets, bonboniere.


m. naut. royal (sail); 803^yx^,
.<?.

s.f.

;i

Bopos^^HJio,

gallant.

BoH;i;apHa,

bit (in a
puooAoeitaw kpiohku, barb; dim.

trench.

s.

tpotm, main-top-gallant-sail.
BoMt-GpaMcxeHtra,
f. naut.

see

with a great beard;

m. tech. puncher.
Bop6;i;iaxHfi, adj. hot. barbated, bearded.
Bopo3;i;a, s. f. dim. Oopos^Ka, furrow, brake:
'1

ketch or bomb-vessel.

man

pop.

Bopojia.
Bopo;i;oOpeH, s. m. shaver, barber.
Bopo;^oOpeflHHfi, adj. barbers, for shaving.

bom-

s. f.

?/

BopoAoOpeflna,

bombar-iipcKift, adj. ^CROe cydno, bomb-

('fteefZeJ;,!

Bopo;i;6K'b,

-poBKa,

apo-

sec

ByMasea.

bardment, bombarding.
BoM6ap;iiHpoBaTb, v. a. to bombard.
BoMCap^HP'B, s. m. bombardier; | zool.
dier

s. in.

nickname of petty shop-keepers.


Bopo;^Ra, s. f. little barb, barbule;

key); key-bit;

bombasine; sec

ij

hot. calf's-foot.

bearded.

BoM6ap;i;HpHMtt, adj. bombarding.

BoMOapAHpOBanie,

boar's flesh.

dim. 6op6,^^Ka, beard, barb;

adj.

s.f.

s. f.

s.f.

Bopo;i,aBUCXbifi[, Bopo^aBqaxufl, adj. warty,


warted, verrucous, verrucose.
Bopo^aBEa, s. /. dim. -^aBOiKa, wart; -;^a.
BOiHbifi, adj.
Bopo;i;aBHHKX., s. m. hot. virgin's-bower.
Bopo;i;acxHa, Bopo;^axBift, adj. long-bearded,

BoapsHi, Bo-

see

/'.

-6oBHfi,

BomSasea,

Bopo;i;a,

,|

slough, scab.
BojaiRa,
BoMda, s.f. bomb: HenpooueaeMuii -6aMH, bomb\

he mutters

1|

proof;

ce6H,

BopHbiii, rf(?J. c/ie/. -Haa ?:?/c.iomrt,boracicacid.


Bo])OBHK'b, s.m. pine-musliroom.
BopoBOJi, adj. growing in a pine forest.
BopoBii, s. in. dim. OopoBOKi., boar, boar-pig:
flue (of a chimney); -poBift, adj.

sickly, valetudinary; puny,


-HO, ado. sickly,

painful;

ailing:

Bo.i-ii3HOBaTb, see

moMh
own

upo

\\

painfully.

his

murmur, mutter, mumble;

a. to

MOTa.

healthiness.

//

y.

0H^ -MouexT,

BopMOXJHBUii, adj. murmuring, muttering.


BopMOxyHX., s. wi. A\'\\m\nQr (pigeon); see Bop-

less.

BoJiisneHHOCTb,

BOPt

Bopohhtb.

test,

Bopan,HXT., s. m. min. boracite.


Boprccb, s.m. print, bourgeois (aTiindoftype).
Bop;i;H)p'b, s. m. border.
Bopeii, . m. north wind, Boreas.

master.

s.n. wrestling; see Bopi.6a.


Bopeu,i, s.m. wrestler; athlete; ||6oi. aconite.
Bopaofi, adj. -saa coOaxa, greyhound, hare-

Bopenic,

BopxHHiaHbC, BopxHHiccxBO, s.n.


BopxHH^axb, V. n. to keep bees.

apiculture.

Bopx-b, s. m. dim. OopxHK-b, border, hem (of


rim, border, brim (of a hat); naut.
narments
);
ragiug way of
s. n.
side
(of a ship);o-, board and board;
board,
scribbling; short-hand, stenography.
to fall over board.
BopsonHcen.'b, s. m. raging writer; scribbler; ynacmb aa
Bopxb, s. f. hive, wild hive.
stenographer, short-hand writer.
m. hot. aconite.
Bopn^eBHHKT.,
fleetness, quickness.
BopsocTB,
bacon:
Bopn^'b, s. VI. soup with beet-root and
Bopsutt, adj. raging; fleet, swift, quick.

hound, harrier.
BopsonnciiHie,

writing;

\\

|1

li

jj

;i

.s\

.s\

'

/".

cow-parsnip.
Bop-b, s. m. dim. dopoK-b, pine forest on sandy
aatopaemcn,
frround; prov. omb ucKpu cwp^.-fiop'b
fire;||&o?^.
a spark is sufficient to kindle a great

BopiiCTBiii, adj. full of folds, folded (of a dress);


see Bopi..

covered with pine forests;

BopMoxa,

s. c.

BopMoxyH-b,

\\bot.

s.

m.

-xynba,

s. /.

inurmurer, mutterer, mumbler.

BopMoxaHbc,

s.n.
bling; fig. cooing.

murmuring, muttering, mum- panic, panic-grass;


i

folds.

c/icm. \iOvon:{\pop.
ji

-pw, pU

EOPB

30

wrestling, figliting, combat; strugstrife, contest.


BoCHKOM-B, adv. barefoot.
BocoBHE'B, s. in. -BHKH, ^^Z. slipper, slippers.
Bocott; BocoHoritt, adj.^ barefooted, barelegged; rt Cocyw HOty, na 66cy noiy, with bare

BopB6a,

s. f.

gling against, struggle,

feet, barefooted.

BocoMura,

BocoMHaEHHKt,

s.c.

vagabond,

s.f. coll.

poor

beggar,

devil; tatterde-

BpasiiccHMO,

barefoot;

to

BocoHoacKa, s. f. barefooted person.


BocoTa, s. f. BocoHOKbe, s. n. barefootedness.
BocTOHi, s. in. boston; -OHHUft, adj.
BoTajepi, see Baiaaepi..
j]

BoxaHHBHpOBaxB, V. n.
BoTaHHRa^ s. f. botany.

to botanize, herborize.

BpaBO,
BpaBOCXB,

s.

dare, defy.

bravery, courage, valour.


mus. -naa apin, bravura.
BpaBBiti, adj. brave, brave-looking.
Bpara, .s. f. dim. OpaSEa, country beer; mash
of brewers; H naut. thick cable.
s. f.

adj.

Bpa^^a, see Bopoia.


Bpa;i;o6pett,

.see

BpasECHHRi,

.s.

reveller,

m. botanist, herbalist.
BoTaHH^iecKitt, adj. botanical.

BoTaHHEi*,

interj. bravissimo!
interj. bravo! very well!

BpaBypHBift,

-vagabondize.

to make
afraid about; aacmaoumb dpytuxh ceoa
maKi u e^ .tnci
one's self be feared; prov. eoAKa
He xodumb, he who is afraid of leaves must not
go into a wood; hcOocb, pop. don't fear; hcCocb
aaioeopujii, ah, now I think you will speak.
Bpa, s. n. sconce.

BpaBHpoBauie, s. n. bravado.
BpaBHpoaaxB, v. a. to brave,

go

to

n.

V.

BPAH

s.m. -acHHi^a,

malion.

BocoMwaHHiaTB,

drinker;

BopoAoSpeS.
m. - HHi^a,
^

f pop. feaster,
roaoBa, death's-

s.

HepxBaa

head moth.

BpaxHiinaHBe, Bpa:KHHiecxBO, s. n. pop.


feasting, revelling, drinking, tippling.
stamp with the feet.
BpaacHH^iaxB, v. n. pop. to feast, revel, carouse;
BoxBa, s. f. leaves of beets and pot-herbs.
BoxBHHBa, s. f. cold soup of pot-herbs with fish. to boose; to drink.
BpaacHBitt, adj.2nicm8opi, mash of country
BoxHEi, s. m. argonaut (mollusk);\\pL -kh,
beer.
high galoshes: see Boti.
BoxaxB, OoxHyxB,

to beat;

v. a.

Ij

to drive the

fish in the nets;'! to

11

BoxHHKa,

BoxyHi., s.m. hot. Altay leok.


Box^opx-B, s. m. Box(j|)6pxa,

s.

-TBI

f.

p^.

m. dim. Ooxhei, canoe, boat, skifi',


ship's boat; tpijaoaou, bumboat; nsher's pole;
beet-leaf: ji^Z. Ooxbi, coarse boots of peasants.

Boxi;

s.

[|

jl

Box^xB; paa-,

grow corpulent,

to

obs.

v. n.

BpaEOBEa,

n.

s.

s.

fig.npasorting,

f.

choosing (of goods); rejecting.

BpaEOBaxB,
reject;

i:

to

v. a.

part. p.

o-, aa-,

sort, choose;

to

OpaKOBaHHUft.

m. sorter of goods.
s. n. poaching.
BpaEOHBcp'B, s. m. poacher.
BpaEopasBO^^UBiit, adj. of divorce.
BpaEOCoqexanie, s. n. mairiage, union, nuptials.
BpaEi, s. m. marriage: hymen; y com. garbage,
trash; -EOBoft, adj. belonging to garbage.
BpaMr6p;^eHB, s.f. naut. top-rope, brail.
BpaaiMSM'B, s. m. brahminism.
BpaHUHi, s. m. brahmin: oKena Ha, braminee,
braminess; -MHCKiii, adj.
BpamcojiB, s. m. naut. top-sail, gallant-sail, top-

BpaEOBin;HE'B,

s.

BpaEOHBepcxBo,

stout.

Boi^NaHMaxi), s. m. naut. boatswain's mate.


m. naut. boatswain; H -HCKiii, adj.
Boi^MaH'B;
Bo'^ara, s. f. Bo^ian, s. in. a deep pool or hole
filled with water; a deep place in a stream.
.S-.

BoiapHHiaHBe, BoiiipHaqecxBO,

s.

n. cooper-

age, coopering.
v. n. to do the work of a cooper.
cooper's shop.
Bo^api, s. m. cooper; -lapHBitt, adj.
BoieHHXBca, Bo^HXBCfl, v. n. to bend one's

Bo^apHH^axB,
Bo^apHfl;

s. f.

jj

BoieHOKi.,
cask, keg:

6o^eHOieK'B,

dim.

in.

s.

-ho^hbiK,

barrel,

Bo^HCXBili; adj. broad-sided.


s.

cask,

f.

6e3doHHaa,

l)arrel;

fig.

spendthrift; aucvoACHiiaji, naut. fire-barrel.


BoioKii, s.m. fioiKOM-B, adv. see Bokx.
Bofls.iHBOCXB, s. f. timnrousnoss, timidity, fearfulness.
Bofl8.iuBU[tt) adj. timorous, timid, fearful;

adv. ly.
hohHenHUlifadj. caused by
with

Ij

BO,

fear,

s.f.

BoHpuxBCH,

i|

-ho,

awe;

apprehension:

BapHui.

.see

n. to play the great gentleman.


s.m. son of a boyard; sec BapHHi.

BoHpHU'B,

V.

ailj. boyard's; .see BapciciH;


-ckh,
a boyard; .see BapcKH.
BoiipcxBO, s. n. rank of a boyard.
Boiip'ieHOKT., s.m. little son of a boyard.
Boiipii^HHa, .s';e BapiuHiia.

BoHpcKiif,

i|

fidv. like

BoHpMun,

BoHpBiiUHH,

Bap una, Ba-

see

s.

m.

hot.

hawthorn,

white

thorn.

BoHXF,CH,

OaHBaxBOH,

v.n. to fear, dread, be


do not fear,

to approliond: ne OottxocB,

afraid

of:

never

fear:

ccmb

naut. top-gallant mast, top-

BpaHj^axaucxi, s. m. coll. any bad, mixed


dmo ne ouuo, a, it is not wine but dish-

drink;
water.

BpaH^^BUXxa,

s. /'. naut. guard-ship, police-ship.


m. naut. fire-ship; -epHBifi, adj.
BpaH;i;siaiop'B, s. m. head of the firemen.
BpaHJ^Mayep^i, s. m. party-wall (constructed

BpaH^^cp-B,

,s.

j,

BpaH^^Meflcxep'B,

s.

m.

second

head of the

BpaH;^CKyrcJIB, s. m. art. fire-ball, red-hot


BpaH;^c^oiix'B, s. in. naut. fire-engine.

hhkj, there

is

nothing to be

ball.

BpaneJiioOiiBBiit, BpaH0.iK)6uBBlii[, adj. liking


war.
BpaHc.iH)6ie, BpanoJiibCie, s. n. love of war.
BpaneHorHBitt, adj. occasioning war.
Bpauiina, s. f. pop. checked linen cloth.

BpaHJkxB, 6paHHBaxB,

v. a.

nanu's: to rebuke, chide;


prove; V. n. si. to forbid; -ca,
have a quarrel; to scold, rail.

call

\\

to scald, ul)use; to
|i

to

reprimand, re-

v. rec. n. to

quarrel,

ll

Bpan.iiiBocxB,

pUUIUfl.

BoiipuiaHHEii,

s. f.

firemen.

dread,

M35 -3nn, for fear.


BoHpuui, s.m. boyard;

BpaMCxeHBra,

in case of fire).
fear,fearful;

fear, fearfully.

BOHSHB,

||

mast.

adj.

li

BoiKa,

,1

gallant-sail.

self sideways.

/tdv.

Bpa3;];u, s.f. pi. bit, bridle, curb;


eAenin, the reins of government.

BpaEOBanie,

boots, jack-boots.

hessian

Bopoa^a.

fipa3;)(a, see

lady's boot, half-hoot.

s. f.

BpaHiuBOCxB,

s.

love

f.

of

scolding, a quarrelsome nature.


BpanjiiiBiiiit, BpanqaBhiii, adj. scolding, quarrelsome; cbiding, grumbling.
BpaHnojiioGuButi, adj. liking war; quarrel\\

some.

BPAH

31

Hiodbi,

EPEH

to obtain, gain;
to pick up berries;
BpaHHBitt, adj. warlike, martial; -HHe docnnxu, armameuts of war; npuKo, war-cry: abu- oHo Cepexi .lecmbK), he gains, succeeds, obtains
- naa pnyt,, abusive by means of flattery; to extort; toaopHmb, tmo
sive, insulting, injurious;
om depexTb, they say he commits extortions,
speech.
peculations; v. imp. eio nuumo ne Oepexx, nofipaHBifi, adj. checked (linen).
BpaHb, s. f. abuse, chiding, scolding, revile; thing does aflfect him; .ki-k/? Oepexib mocna, omuoHquarrel, high words; pnapaaumhCH na koio 6paHLH), nie, I am seized with anguish, with despair;' -ca,
ho ^;. to be taken, seized; v. n. to take upon one's
to break out into abuses against one; prov.
eopomy ne eucuerm, words do not hurt; war, war- self; to undertake; -ca aa opyMie, to take up arms;
-ca e 3a ceoe dtbAO, to undertake a business not
fare; checked linen-cloth.
;i

,1

jj

||

;;.

\\

||

il

BpaHbe, s.
Bpanqyra,

pop. taking, capture.


pop. scolder, quarrelsome per-

n.

c.

s.

s.

Bpacaexi.

see

f.

m. bracelet; -THHft, adj.


up
a. naut. to brace, brace
(sail-yards); to set a sail.
Bpaconna; s. /". naut. act of bracing the yards;
inner quarters of a yard between the shrouds.
*
Bpac-b; s. m. naut. brace, braces of a yard.
BparauH^'b, s. m. si. nephew, brother's son.

BpacjieTi;

s.

BpaconHTB,

BpaTiiHBC,

v.

s.

n. fraternization.

doepb, do not
imp. oniKyda gee dmo Oepexca'

v.

BpaxHrpa(I)ia,

s.

BpaxarpatJIfB,

BpaiHUit,

s.

adj.

it

f. brachygraphy.
m. brachygrapher.
nuptial; conjugal,

matrimonial, spousal;

-Hoe

.lo.me,

connubial,
bride-bed, nup-

bod;
cow3o, union, alliance; -HOe cosKumie,
cohabitation; -Hua yjw, the nuptial knot, the
bonds of matrimony.
BpamHO, s. n. si. aliment, victuals; - fflCHtial

HBifi, adj.

BpamnHJB,

m. naut. windlass, capstern.


forest
s. m. coll.

s.

BpeBBH^aK-B, BpeBeHHHK'B,
of timber-trees.

quality.

Bpaxei^'b, dim. see Bpart.


BpaxiiHa, s. f. large pitcher or goblet.
BpaTuniKa, s. in. dim. coll. little brother.
brotherhood; fraternity, confraterBpaxifl, .s.
companionship, association;
nity; hihl. brethren;
friars, monks, nuns; mman,
MOHatuecmeifwimfi
beggars, poor; .hhoio mi/mi oameu -in! here are
/'.

of your kind!

BpaTHHHi., BpaxHift,

BpaxoBmHHa,

s.

Bpaxory6ei;ij,

adj. brother's.
confraternity, brotherhood.

f.

m. fratricide.

s.

Bpax0JH)6HBBi&,
neighbour. ^
BpaxoJH)(5ie,

BpeBenqaxHtt, adj. timber, of beams.


BpeBCQiKO, s. n. dim. see BpeBHO.
BpeBeHHUfi, ad/. .*)6e*, timber, strength timber.
BpeBHO, s. n. beam, joist, balk.
Bper-B, BperoBoft, si. see Beperi, Bepe-

1|

loving

adj.

roBofi.
Bpe;i;eHB, s. m. drag-net, casting-net.
Bpe;i;HXB, V. n. to be delirious; to rave; fig. to
talk nonsense; 0H^ -x'b, he is delirious; fig. he
he talks nonsense; 0H^ moAbKO MyauKOu.
is crazy,
u -X'B, he only raves about music; -ca, v. imp.
to rave; e.wy ece -xca eto neetbcma, he raves of
i

his brother, his

n. brotherly love.
BpaxoyGiftcxBO, s. n. fratricide; -yCiftcxBCHs.

[I

his intended

day and night.

Bpe;i,HH,
dotage.

s.

Bpeji;*,

uBid, adj.
BpaxoY6ittn,a,

own

i|

BpaxaxBCH, no-, v. rec. to fraternize.


BpaxenHKi., s. m. first cousin, cousin german.
BpaxeHHCb, s. m. arch, free-stone of the first

many

OepaxecB an amy

jj

whence comes all this? omxyda nmo Cepexca,


comes as by magic.

son; shrew (woman).

BpacjexBa,

understood; e
touch this door;

fratricide,

c.

s.

brother.

s.

7".

P^-

ravings, dreams;

nonsense,

m. delirium; frenzy; enacmb eo, to

murderer of his grow delirious.


Bpesraaie, s.

n. the action of being

squeamish

fraternal, or overnice; dislike.


adj.
BpaxcxBeHHBitt,
BpesraxB, BpearosaxB, v. n. to dislike, have
trotherlike, brotherly; -ckh, no -ckh, adv. like
aversion; to be squeamish or overnice; to disdain.
a brother, fraternally.
BpesraHBOCXB, s. f. dislike, aversion; squeamBpaxcxBO, s. n. brotherhood, fraternity, confra-

BpaxcEitt,

'

\\

ishness.
-CXBeHHHft, adj.
BpearJiuBHff, adj. fastidious, squeamish; -bo,
BpaxcXBOBaxb, v. n. to live in brotherhood.
BpaxqHHa, s. f. brotherhood, fraternity, con- adv.lj, w'ith aversion.
Bpearyn-B, s. m. -hbh, s. f squeamish person.
fraternity; association.
BpescH^l.yK'B, s.m.naut. duck, canvass, sail-duck.
m. pi. OpaxBH, brother; podnou
Bpaxt,

ternity;

[i

.<;.

m. naut. tarpauling, tarpaulin.


BpeacHX-B,
deowpodBpeaacaaie, see BpenHanie.
second cousin; uemcousin; mpompodHuu
umi
BpesasaxB, see BpemaTb.
third cousin; mo.iohhuu , fostereepowpodHMu
BpeaarHXB, v. n. -ca, v. imp. to dawn, break
moAbKO no omuy ujiu no .Mumepu, halflirother;
in the distance; -xca,
T)rother; npecmnue OpaxBH, the godson and the (of the day); to shine
aapfl -xca, it begins to dawn, the day begins to
son of the godfather; comrade, friend; oc.^im,
bear, my friend; the like of; tdib ttautcMj/ fipaxy break.
BpettABMMnej'B, s. m. naut. broad-pendant,
C5 HU.Mu msnamhCH, how can the like of you rependant.
commodore's
kind;
it
not
of
our
ite
cooii
is
one
smo
sist them;
BpcKBiixep'B, s. m. naut. breakwater.
prison is not so easy to bear;
immphMu ne ceoii
BpeR^iia, s. f. breccia (sort of marble).
he defies every one.
^c.wy ca.\n uopim ne
BpeJioKTb, s. m. trinket.
Bpaxx CB cecxpoft, s. m. hot. see UTt&wb-na.BpcMCHHXB, see OfipeiieHaTb.
Mapi..
BpcMa, s. n. burden, burthen, charge; fig. load,
BpaxB, CnpaxB, v. a. irr. (asp. perf. eanmi),
to take, seize; to take hold, coassume; to receive, weight.
BpeHie, s. n. clay, argil; mud.
take in; to take away; as ^o.^^^, aaau.Mbi, to
BpeHHOCXB, s. f. fragility, perishahleness; frailIsovr ovr,np^lM'^bp^, to take example; a* uau.Mu,
instability.
ness,
i^jjmwitness;
to
call
to
caudmne.iu,
to hire;
ffa
BpeHHHft, adj. fady, fragile, perishable, frau.
<:mynoM^^ to assault; "ihw mioo cmopnny, to tuke
Bpeaiaaie, s. n. tinkling, rattling; jingling,
the part of; H om 80 pom^ Huueio ne ecpex-B, he
the piano, on the guitar).
is a very sober man; to carry, reach; dmo pyoKhe bad execution (on
BpeaqaxB, v. n. to resound: to tinkle, jingle.
iOepex-B ddAeno, this gun carries or reaches far;

brother;

nooouHua

natural

brother;

.s.

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j]

jl

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32

BPYH

BpoHeHocei^i, s. m. armour-bearer; armourKapMann, money resounds


badly; ma lumaptb, to clad ship;i|20oZ. armadillo, tatouay;i|dasypus (insect).
BpoHeHocHHMT, adj. armour-clad (ship).
thrum
BpoHsa, s. f. bronze; I -sobhh, adj. -sOBaa
BpecTH, see Bpo;inTB.
Kpacxa, bronze colour, brown colour.
BpcTep^b, s. m. bully, fighter.
BpoHSupoB.aHie, s. n. BpoHsapoBEa, s. f.
BpexaHie, s. n. Bpexna, s. f. pop. yelping,
rattle; denuu,

in

the

-laTt

e^

play

pocket; to
the guitar.
i|

Itarking; brawling;

jj

bronzing.

absurdities; lies.

BpexaTb, dpexHyTb,

v.

BpoHsapoBaxb, BpoaaoBaxb,

pop. to yelp, bark;

n.

bawl; to lie.
BpexyHi, s. m. -xyHBa, s. /'. pop. liar.
Bpemb, s. f. breach; damapen, breach-battery.

BpoH30Bn],nKi>,

to

fig.

BpoaHaKi;

BpH;

s.

V.

a.

BpH^a;^a,

see

si.

s.

EepsHb.

BpoHXH, BpoHxia,

Bpnra;;!!!)*,

m.

s.

wife' of a brigadier;

BpnraHTHHa,

-ra;iiHHfl, adj.
brigadier; - j^upuia, s.

mil. brigade:

f.

s.

||

brigantine;

naut.

f.

|l

BpH;^eJib;
anchor.

-thh-

m. naut. brig (vessel).


naut. chain-moorings, sheet-

s.

m.

s.

s.

m.

brick,

coal-dust

coal-cake,

armou-

s.

f.

pi.

anat. bronchiae,

BpocaabHbifi,

missile,

adj.

used for casting or flinging.

Bpocaxb, 6pacbiBaxb, Opocaxb, v. a. to throw,


fling, launch, dart, sling; 6poCHXb a3l^H^^y
to cast, dart a look, a glance; 6pocHXb 3Jio6Huh

briquet.

BpHRi>, s. 'in. a half covered vehicle.


BpHJiaiaHTt, see BpHJitaHTT..

cast,

BpBJibHUU.

esiAHdh,

adj. for shaving.

BpuJbHfl, s. f. barber's shop.


BpnJibHHTU^HK'B; s. in. jeweler.
BpnjbflHX%, s. m. brilliant, diamond; nopoHHue -TH, crown jewels; -TOObift, adj.
BpnxBa, s. f. razor: y neto hsuko, kuk^ he
has a very sharp tongue; razor-bill (fish);'\\ -BenuBiJi, adj. -BeHHbitt peMCHi, razor-strap.
razor-case.
BpHTBeHHHU,a, BpiiTOBHHi^a, s.
BpHTb; 6pnBaTb, v. a. to shave; -ca, v. r. p.
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i|

casting, tossing.

Bpocaxe^HbHUfi,

BpHReT'b;

armour;

BpoHXMX'b, s. in. med. bronchitis.


Bponxia^ibBbiii, adj. med^ bronchial, bronchic.
BpoHH, s. f. armour, cuirass.
BpocaJibUHi^a, s. f. flax-comb, hemp-comb.
Bpocaaie, s. n. throwing, flinging, darting,

f.

V.U.&, adj.

BpHn, BpHKi,

in

bronchia, bronchi.

|!

-;i;HpCKifi[, adj.

|1

man

gunsmith.
BpoBHbift; adj. of armour.

Brie cheese.

ill.

bronze.

a. to

rer,

jj

Bpcn^H;

m. obs.

s.

v.

m. bronze-maker.

s.

at;

an angry look,

to cast

Ayuu, to dart beams;

to look

carbrmj, to

throw

daggers
light;

throw down the cards; to leave off,


quit, abandon; to part from, forsake, desert, renounce; om ^cuji* nbHHcmoOy he left off drinking; cm -CHJi'b MyauKy, he gave up music; OHit
-CHJi'b ce.\tbfo, he forsook, abandoned his family;
cjiyoic6y, to quit an office; -Cbxe eto, eio ue y6ibduMb, let him alone, you cannot convince him;
Kpoei,
dmo xovib 6pocb, it is nothing worth;
OpaTHH. to bleed; v. imp 3^ oauoCn, eh dpootcb, to be taken

Kapmu,

to

||

jj

/'.

||

to

be shaved; par*,
BpHTie,
n. shaving.

shave one's

self,

j?-

i|

]]

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BpaTbC;
BpniRa, BpbiKa,

to shiver, shudder; to
"-ca, v. r. to throw one's self; to
leap, spring, rush; -ca ks Ho^a.^t^, to throw one's
self at some one's feet; -ca hu mem, to throw
one's self on the neck, throw one's arms round
the neck of a person, fall upon a person's neck; -ca

with a cold shiver, to begin

.*;.

s.

f.

see

BpHK^.

feel a thrill;

||

BpioHia, s. f. hot. bryony, briony.


BpoBacTuft, adj. with thick eye-brows.
BpOBb, s. f. eye-brow; HaxMijpumh OpoBH, to
frown, to knit the brows; df/toii, arched broM';
a npHMO * ^.^aa^, that is well hinted, that ua KOMbHu, to fall on the knees; 3anpb -caexca
He e^
the truth and nothing but the truth; dpoB- Ha do6umj, the animal springs upon its prey; -ca
is
Ha uenpiHme.iH, to fall, rush upon the enemy;
HbiJi; adj.
-ca e^ mopzoejiw, to give one's self up to trade;
Bpo;i;HJbHbi]ft, adj. nam, fermenting-tub.
the place where the fer- -ca do xa.HOKecmeo, toturn devotee: om -oCHJica
Bpo;i;iiJibHa, s.

|j

/'.

unotcamb, he took to his heels, he betook himself


menting-tub stands.
Bpo;HHJ^b^^HK'b, Bpo^^oBn^BR'b^ s. m. bush- to his heels, he took flight; Kjwib -ociLiacb e.uy
eb tOAOoy, blood flew to his head: atuio -caexca o^
lieater, guide of hunters.
lojioay, wine flies up to the heaJ; -ca eb ijiaaa, to
Bpo;^iICTUft, adj. having several fords.
Bpo;^HTb, GpaKHsaTb, v. n. to ramble, wan- strike the eyes, to catch the eyes; dmonih aanaxh
der; to rove, roam about; to go slowly; to fer- -caexca so hoct,, that odour gets up the nose;
-ca viyda u cwda, to throw one's self or run here
ment, rise, work (of liquors); v. a. to drag for
and there; Aouiadb -ociiJiacb oh cmopouy, the
tish.
horse stepped aside, winced aside; v. rec. -caibca
Bpo;i;HiiK'b, see EpoAGBb.
KaMHH.Hu, to throw stones at one another: -ca,
Bpo;^na, s. f. going and coming.
BpOA'b; s.m. ford, fordiug place; nepenpaeambCH 0. p. to be thrown away, be renounced or left off;
|,

i|

ij

^\

];

cross a ford; uepenpaoumbcH uepejh


ford tlio river; prov. ue cnpovacb
6po;^y, Hc ojucH ea oody, look before you leap.
Bpo;i;ara, s. c. vagabond, vagrant; -;^aaara<i,

Hpesh

pTbKtf

to

a^,

OpoiucHHUtt.
BpocRoiHt, adv. at a throw.
BpocHOBKa,
wooden mortar

^part. p.

to

,s'.

BpocHyxb,

/'.

V. a.

to

(for hemp).

comb (hemp).

ji

BpoxKaM('!i)a, s. f. naut. br(uul-room (in a ship).


BpoiiiH]>OBaiiie, s. n. BpomupoBKa, s. f.

adj.

Bpo;i,aH:HH<iaTb; v. n. to vagabondize, prowl


about.
fipoj^aacnifqccTBO, Bpo^^asBHaqaHbO; s. n.
vagabondage, vagrancy, prowling.
BpoAHuiff, adj. migratory, wandering, vagabond; ambulatory, strolling.
BpoaceuiO; s. n. rambling; j c7tem. fermentation,
working; fig. yMoaz, fermentation of minds.

BpoKaTc.ib, s. f. brocatel.
BpoicaTi, s. m. brocade.
KpoM7>, s. VI. chem. brome; OposiHCXbitt, OpoHOBUfi, adj.

stitching (books).

Bpoiuiiponaxb, v. a. to stitch (a hook).


Bpoiub,
dim. rtpouiKa, brooch.
,s.

/'.

Bpouuopa, s.f.dim. -pKa, brochure, pamphlet;


li

-|>iiMii, adj.
lipy;^piua(|>x'b,

m. brotherhood;
drink (swear) brotherhood.

Bpy:i:Meab,

see

.<?.

mimb,

to

BepecK.ien..

Itpyjbuiii>, v. m. brouillon, rough or foul copy.


Hpyii^^iJiUKa, s. f. hot. bulbocodium ruthenicuin.

BpyH
Bpynex^i., see BeApeHen;^.
BpyHKpeccb, s. m. hot. cress, water-cress:
BHfl, adj.

BpyCKoBHii,
of a brick:

squares, having the form


muao, soap in cakes, in bric-ks;

-KoBoe

leoadb, joist-nail.

BpyCKt,

M ape Ha.

m. see

s.

-H^^a,

BpycHHKsi,

-HH^HMit,

s.

n. belly,

s.

fig.

UpioxoBiiHa,
BpiouiiiHa,

adj.

BpycHHKOBKft,

s.

liquor of red bilberries.


m. plant of the red bil-

f.

BpycHUUHUK'B,

s.

makes the

s. f.

s.

f.

BpycoBKa,

s.

file.

f.

BpycoBoflf, adj. squared as a beam.


BpycTBep-b, s. m. fort, parapet, breastwork.

BpycMJiTHli, adj. made of squared beams.


BpyCTb, s. m. dim. -coki, -coieKi., squared
beam, joist, girder, plank - timber, block-wood;
cake, brick (of tin, soap): whetstone.
BpvTTO, adv. com. gross weight.
^
BpiaaieflKa, s. f. anat. mesentery; ] -aseflHMfi,

thief: ,pop. pregnancy.


anat. ventricle (of animals).
-UHHbitt,
anat. peritoneum;
i|

adj. peritonial.

BpiooiKJi,

m. pi. belly-pieces of furs.

s.

BpiouiKO, dim.

berries.

abdomen; maw, paunch (of

gut; nojinoe, bellyful; prov. hi7io


HU no.xooKii, ece cMCAeitiz, a bellyful is a bellyful;
Oi
y ueio na xt lueAKh, a (ji xii u^eAl:^, he robs
his belly to cover his back; y -xa Htbitia ymeu,
a hungry belly has no ears; uadxo .ie^-M?rti, 6obeast)-,

Auim<, opportunity

red bilberries;

hot.

f.

ByjI,E.

Bpioxo,
-co- a

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adj. in

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33

see

Bpwxo.

BpioiUHOJt, adj. abdominal; anat. ventral, ven-Haa noAOcmh, abdomen; -aaa apmctricular:
li

pin, cceliac artery.


BpiomaxBitt, adj..ytbxh, fur of belly-pieces.

BpaKaHbe,

tinkling,

clattering,

n. jingling,

s.

rattle.

Bpanaxb, 6paKHyxb,

v.

a. n.

throw

to clash,

|1

1;

adj. mesenteric.

BpH^H,

s.

dim. 6pbiaKHKn,

pi.

f.

ruff;

frill,

-araao,

s. f.

s.

n. syringe, asper-

gile, squirt.

BpMsraHbe,

sprinkling,

n.

s.

splashing,

BpaB'b,

||

-ca,

v. r.

see IIoSpaKymKa.
interj. tap, rap, clink,

BpaHianie, see BpeHianie.


Bpaauaxb, see BpeniaTb.
Bpaii,aJio,

gushing; spurt.

Bptiaracb,

\\

|1

siderately, incautiously, inadvertently;


to fall heavily.

BpaRyiUKa,

ruffle.

BpiJsraJiKa,

with a clash; to jingle; to let fall heavily or


with noise; to resound; to say a thing incon-

si. all tinkling instruments.


n. tinkling, jingling.
n. to jingle, chink, clink.

n.

s.

Bpan^tiHie,

m. naut. borer (^workman).

s.

s.

n. to

Bpau,axb,

v.

splash, splatter; to squirt, gush; to spirt, spurtle;


to
9)110 nepo -saieT-b, this pen sputters; ^i;/^36W,
dab with m\\A;8odoi't, to spurt water; upooh
-BHyja l<3^ nocy, the blood gushed or spurted
from the nose; to run away or out; -CH, v. r. rec.
to splash one's self, splash.
BpHBryHt, s. w. -ynba, s. /". splasher, squirter.
BpHsri., s. m. arch, asperion (of a wall);
pinking, spot, speckle, marbling; -rH, pi. splash,

Bpauaxb,

see

BpwsraTb, OpuarHBaTb, OpusHyxi.,

jj

v.

ByOenea.'b,

BpanaTb.
m.

s.

little bell.

BrOeHuxb, v. n. pop. to trumpet, divulge.


ByOeHHHli, adj. of tabour, of tambourine.
ByOeHUHEi., s. m. dim. of ByOeHeu*; I

bot.

Ji

Siberian

iris.

s. m. player on the tambourine.


ByOcHX., s. m. tambourine; tambour, tabour;
a
Ipop. indigent man; lOJio, KaKi., as poor as
aa topaMu,
OyOHbi
cAuoim
pi-ov.
mouse;
church
water-dust.
sprinkle,
travellers have a privilege of lying.
BpuKa, see BpHHKa.
ByOanK'b, s. m. cracknel, cracker.
BpBiEiiHie, s. n. kick, kicking, wincing, flinging.
ByOuuBsa, s. f. card of diamonds; -hobhIi,
BpBiEaxb; OpuKHyTb, -KaTbca, v. n. to kick,

ByOenmHK'b,

:1

ij

il

adj.

givi a kick.

BpHKJUBOCTb,

s.

f.

habit of kicking,

inclina-

BpbiKJiHBbifi,
kicking.

adj.

in

habit

the

kicking,

of

xos. m. pi. diamonds (suit of cards);


ch OyOeHT., es , to play diamonds; |li>Z. of

ByOHbi,
dum'b

tion to kick.

By Gem..
m. med. bubo.
ByOoHTi,
ByOpeacHHKTb, s. m. med. nephritis.
Byrcib, s. m. naut. hoop, iron-hoop.
.s\

EpbiKyni.,
BpHJiii,

s.

m.

s.

-KyHba,

s.

f.

kicker.

pi. lip (of dogji).

f.

Bpucb, exclamation for driving away


Bpwaraj s.c. grumbler, growler,snarler;

a cat.

ByrJiaai.,

s.

m. bot. bugloss.

ByropoK-b, s. m. bot. med. tubercle; | see ByBpwsrjiiiBOCTb, s. f. grumbling or snappish dis- ropt.
ByropiiixKa, s. f. med. phthisis, consumption.
position, snappishness.
ByropiaxHfi, adj. resembling a hill; med.
BpiosrjiuBbiii, udj. grumbling, snappish; -bo,
scolder.

iJ

i|

jj

adv.

tubercular.

ly.

BpHtarjiutt, adj. flabby; soft, shrivelled.

0-,

BpiOBriiyTb,

v.

become

to

n.

flabby,

shrivelled.
s. m. -rynba, s. f. see Bpiosra.
Bpiosaiauio, s. n. grumbling; growling.
Bpiosaiaxb, v. n. (na koio), to grumble, mur-

Bpioaryiiii,

mur

BpioKaHei^i.,

s.

turnip;
BpioKBa,
f. large
Bpu)Kn, s. m. pi. ti-owsers.
.s.

-BCHKHfl,

adj.

8.

BpwHeTi.,
-HexKa, s.
woman.

Bpioxacxuii,

adj.

big

bellied,

abdominous,

ventricous.

Bpioxaxaa,

adj. pop. pregnant, with child.


17.
n. pop. to become pregnant.

Bpioxax-fexb,

.,,

see ByiniipiiTT..

/'

<^**-

Hv^^AusMi.,

s.

tn.

Oy^apKaj ^ark,

boat;

\\

ship.

Buddhism.

ByAJ^iftcKifl, adj. Buddhist, Buddhistic.

m. naut. breeching.
dark man, dark person;
s. m.
woman, brunette.
f. dark
BpioxaHT., s. m. -auba, s. f. big-bellied man,

BpiOKTE.,

ByriunpuxTb,

bad

m. naut. coat.

Byropi, s. m. dim. CyropoK-b, -oieK-b, hillock,


small hillock, hill, mound, heap (of sand, of snow);
protuberance; knob.
ByrpficxBift, ByrpoBsixHli, adj. full of hillocks.
Byrpuxb, v. a. to raise in heaps.
ByAapa?

at.

ByA^MCX'b,
BvAC, conj.

s.

m. Buddhist.

obs.

if,

in case, provided.

work-day, busy-day.
m. awaker; alarm-clock.
ByA>i>ii>i<i>i^.'> C'<^j- wakening, rousmg.
ByAM.ibmuK'b, s. m. waker, awaker, rouser.
By;i,HpoBaxb, o. n. to pout.
By^MTb, V. a. to wake, awake, wake up; to

BV^PHb,

s.

m.

ByAH-ibHUK-b,

pi. By;i,nn,
s.

|l

rouse, call up.

34

Byji;K

BrXKa,

dim. 6jao^kh, sentry-box;

s. f.

\\

watch-

house; |lno<?tf2*.>;avj(3.t/'MOi>CKaioJ/woM/j,bathingmachine; -;j;oqHHft, adj.


By^HHiHufl, Byj^HHiUHift, adj. deKft, working||

day;'

7iAambe, week-day dress.

- Hoe

ByjiL

BycBapb,

primer,

alphabet,

m. abc-book,

s.

spelling-book.

BvEBeHHEitt, adj. alphabetic, al.


ByEBHE^a, s. f. glagolitic alphabet; H hot. betony;
otbAaA, primrose, cowslip; -BHiHtitt, adj.
|i

By;^opaaciiTb, b8-, v. a. to^ alarm, disturb,


make uneasy; |!/>r*. p. BafivAopaxcHHHtt.
>n. a police-soldier.
By;^o'IH^KT.,
By;^pa, s. f. hot. ground-ivy, ale-hoof; gill.
By^TO, ByATo-Ou, conj. tliat, as if; as though;
H cAmuaAhoHo ifMeph, I heard that he was dead;
om KaKii 6yji;T0 Mepmauli, he looks as though
he were dead; s euOthA^ MumenKa. By;jiTo 6hJ
I saw a little mouse. No, did you? om KaK'b
6y;^T0 MCHH ne ciuuiutm, he seems not to hear
me, as if he did not hear me.^
By^^yapt, s. m. boudoir; -apHMtt, adj.
By;i;ymec, .s. n. By;iiymHOflTb, s. f. future, futurity; "after ages, years to come, coming ages. ^
By;^ymitt, adj. future;, coming, to come; -mie
eibxa, after ages; - ^^aH .Hctiam, after life, after
state, future he'ng: - mia opeMena, after times,
times to come; na -mee opCMH, in future, for the
future; ffz> - meai. MibCHV,u,, in the next month;
\gram. -mee opeMn, future, future tense.
.<;.

ByKBoi;i,CTBO,

s.

v. bookishness.

book-worm.

m. fig.
m. dim. OyKCTen,!., CyBexHK'b,
bouquet, nosegay; flavour (of wine); -KeTHWft,
ByKBO^iJ^'b,

ByKexi,

s.

s.

|j

jl

adj.

ByBH,

the letter B.

si.

/'.

s.

in old books, second-

ByKHHHCT'b, s. m. dealer
hand book-seller.
BvKuui'b,

ByKaa,

s.

s.

m. hot. sea-side laurel, mirabolans.

f.

ByKOBHHK'b,

ringlet; lock;

];

-KOJibHUtt, adj.

w. plot oT plantation of beech-

s.

trees.

|i

ByeKi,

By

see

ft.

ByepaKTb, s. . dim. -paiCKi, ravine;


HHft; adj.
ByepaqiiCTMit, adj. full of ravines.

Byept,

naut. boyer, sloop;

VI.

.s'.

ij

-pai-

slodge with

jj

By^enie,

ByaeeHHHa,

/".

.s.

s. f.

hot.

,1

wakening, rousing. ing-tub.


By^iasa,
pork prepared with

pickled

rock-salt.
elder, elder-tree; -SHHHHii,
';;

|1

mace;

f.

|1

command; head

of

staff

Ij

ByJiaBacTHKi., s. m. clavaria (mushroom).


ByjiaBKa, s. f. dim. GyaasoiKa, pin; brooch;
Hocu.MaH Ha rpydii, breast-pin; -.laBO^HUft, adj.
ByJiaBOBH;i;HHft, adj. hot. clavated; clubbed.
ByjiaBOUHHKT., s. m. pin-case; pin-maker.
ByaaBiai'Mfi, adj. dotted; spotted, speckled;
terry (velvet); -Taa vipocmh, stick with a head.
By.iaHbift, adj. dun, light bay (horse).
Byaaxt, s. m. steel, sword, blade; jj-THHtt, adj.
ByJ^;^bIpb, s. m. pop. hovel.
j|

f.

s.

|i

buza-brewery.
BysyHT., s. m. common-salt (of the steppes).
BysoeaTb, ot-, v. a. pop. to thrash, cudgel, whip.
ByBTJifcHHK'b, s. m. hot. crepis tectorum.
ByayHii, s. m. bay-salt, fossil-salt.
Byft, s. m. dim. fiyeKi, naut. beacon, buoy;
safety-beacon, life-buoy.
cnacameAbiiuu
ByiiBOJiHn,a, s. f. female buflfalo.
BvttBO.Tb, .s. m. liuflFalo; -Bt).TOBU.e, adj.
s.

buck-

of a stick; club.

-HOBUii, adj. -Haa moda, elder-berry.


BysHHHHK'b, s. m. elder syrup.
BysHiiRiv s. m. buza-brewer; sec Bysa.

Byana,

jj

n.

s.

vinegar and onions.


Bysa, s. f. buza, oat-ale;

BysHHa,

i;

depeoo, box-tree, box-wood.


ByKt, s. m. beech, beech-tree; lye, buck;

-Boe

sails (for skating on the ica).


ByecjoBie, s. n. si. idle talk, dotage.

BySB;i;eHie,

ByKOBEJtt, adj. beechen, beech; -iBbrtt ^Kexydt,,


beech-mast, beech-nut.
ByKO-iHiecKili, adj. bucolic, pastoral.
ByKCHpHBifi, adj. towing, fit for towing; -Hoe
cifdno, naut. tug, tow-boat; wa^rt.codn, steam-towboat, steam-tug.
ByKCHpoBaHie, s. n. -poBKa, s. f. towing,
taking in tow, towage, warping.
ByKCiipoBaTb, v. a. to tow, take in tow; to
drag, tug, warp.
ByKeHpt, s. m. naut. tow, tow-rope; tug; eanmh
ua, to take in tow.
ByKC'b, s. m. hot. box; GyKCOBwtt adj. boxen:

ByjiAMpbaHt,
Bj'JiHHb,

ByaKa,

s.

s. f.

s.

in.

valerian.

hot.

m. naut. bowline.
dim. Oyjoiija, a white

loaf; ';|-.ioi-

Hbiii; adj.

jl

BVftiiocTl.,

.s'.

/'.

violence, turbulence,

wildnoss,

ByttHM,

s.

ByJija,

s.

f.

BvaoiHaa,

impetuosity.

m. pi. naut. awning.

ByftHbiit, ByttcTBeHUUil, adj. boisterous, turbulent, insolent, wild, impetuous, violent, vehement; owme/^, tempestuous, ragmg wind; -ubia
xalOAOnu, turbulent minds, boisterous lieads;
panm^.ph, turbulent temper; -ho, ac/y. iy.
m. naut. buoy-rope.
Bvttpeni,
ByftCTBO, .s. n. violence, turbulence, impetuosity.
ByftcTBOBaTb, i;. . to rage, storm; to behave

s-.

bull (of the pope).


,s.

f.

baker's shop.
-HHi^a,

Byao'iHHK'b, s. m. baker;
wife; female baker.

s. f.

jj

ByJiTHxaxb, OyaTHXHyxb,

pop. to throw

v. a.

into the water; Ij-ca,


eodg, to fall into tlie water.

something

v.

r.

abbreviation of the verb

Byjixhixi.,

baker's

Hyxb, -ca; 0H^ ah aody, and there he

-oa

eh

ByaxMXfalls into

the water.

By.iijra,

..

/".

great cobble-stone;

club, knotty

stick.

violently.

ByJiuxHnKi>,
m. collec. cobble-stones, cobs. c. an unsos. f. bugbear, bull-beggar;
stones (Used for paving); ^TKHHiif adj.
shy fellow or person, a misanthrope.
By.iiJHa,
w. a jobber of flax, of cattle.
ByuauiEa, s. /'. dim. (iyKiuueiKa, sm^ll beetle,
ByJib, s. m. buhl, buhlwork (furniture ornainsect.
ByKBa, .s. f. letter, character; print, type; npo- mented xvith such).
By-ibfiyjib, s. m. gurgling.
black-letcapital letter; lomnnecKaH
nucuaji
ByJibBiipT>,.s.j. boulevard, public walk;i|-pHHft,
guttural letter; Ovkbu, pi.
ter; topmannaH
Byua,

.<;.

||

ciable,

\\

.s'.

jj

adj.

letters; lettering.

ByitHiLibHOOTb,

8.

literalneas,

/".

literality,

literalism.

ByKRa.ibiiufi;

adj.

-iioM'b
ly, to the

literal; verbal; m,

c.Hw.in,, in a literal sense;

]]

ho,

adv.

letter.

ByKBa)nMtt, adj. alphabetic, al.

Byjib^^on,

.s.

m. bull-dog.

ByjbKaHbo, s. n. gurgling,
ByjibRaxb, 6yjbKHyxb, v.
gurgling.

gurgle.
n. to

come out with

U3i loenduuhi, beefHyjibuuTi, .s. m. broth;


OapanuHbi, mutton-broth; KypuHbiii

tea; /.?s

BVMA
chicken-broth: uycxaxi, hard

-OHHHft,

jelly;
Ji

adj.

35

cigarettefiyMura, .s. f. paper; nanupocHUA


whity-brown
paper, smoking paper; o6epmoHHaH
paper, wrapping paper; npouycKHas, blottingpaper; noAupoaajihua/i, glass-paper; HomnuH
nmsic-paper; Oumaa, papier-mache; ciAeKCandpiuCKaH, royal paper; tcp6og(ui, stamped paper;
mopt~o -rofi, paper-trade; x-ionnnmaA, cotton;
documents, writings, deeds;
j -re, pZ. papers, acts,
ece exo cocmoaide eo -raxt, all his fortune is in

BypH.ibiUHB'B;

paper.

s.

m. borer.

BypHTb, V. a. to bore, pierce; to break through.


Bypsa, 8. f. felt-cloak; chestnut-horse.
I;

n. dim. OypBajbi^e) sling; rattle;


BypKaJio,
6ypRa.ia) CypKa.iu, pi. pop. goggle eyes.
i'.

ByCH

ii

m. sliuger.
v. a. pop. to sling, hurl;
to say curtly, discontentedly.
Bypjacb, 6'. m. workman on the barks on the
Volga: hauler; fig. a rude fellow, clown, boor,
- Jiai],Kift, adj. belonging to a
clod-hopper;
hauler; rude; -i^km, adv. as a hauler: rudely.
BypjaieHbe, BypJia'iecxBO, s. n. haulers
trade; clownishness.
BypjiaiHXb, V. n. to exercise the trade of a
hauler, be a hauler; to behave clownishly.
Bypaeaie, s. n. pop. blustering, turbulence.
BypaHBOCXb, s. f. pop. turbulent or troublefiypKaJibii^HB'ii,

s.

BypKaxb, fiypKHyxb,

!:

iJ

|1

m. scribbler.
ByMaronpo;iiaBen,'i., .v. m. stationer.

ByMaroMiipaxejb,

.<;.

ByMa^o^pfl;^uabHHft,

adj.

^aao^^,

cotton-machine;

cotton

||

- naa
-

Mdmuna,
or cotton-

mill

factory.

ByMaronpfl;^MabHH,

cotton-factory, cotton-

s. f.

some

mill, cotton-works.

ByMaxEa, BvMaaKenKa,

piece or
Kiiuta 6h -K't, stitched

paper: bank-note:

slip of

.s,

f.

little

disposition, storminess.
adj. tempestuous, stormy;
lent, wild; -BO, rtf/u. ly, stormily.

Byp.iHBbifi,

BypJiuJa,
BypJiHXb,

book.

ByMaxHHK'B;
ByuaxHuii;

m. pocket-book.
adj. of paper, papered; - HBia
0a6pui:aHim,
denbtit, paper - money, bank-notes;
paper-maker; -Haa (pa6puKa, paper-mill, paperfactory; I of cotton; - Haa npaoica, cotton - yarn;

Haa

s.

s.

dim.

f.

disd.

piece

little

fustian; -settHUii, adj.


BTHTOBaTt, V. n. a. to raise, excite, revolt; to
cause a riot; to stir up; -ca, v. r. to rise in

blusterer, turbulent person.


coll. to bluster, storm.

s.m. bailiff in a village; jj-CTpcKiii,

adj.

BypMHXCKitt, adj. - CKia aepua, large


Bypnacxwit, adj. deep-brown

BypHO, adv. stormily.


BypHOCXb, s. f. tempestuousness,

or

.v. /'.

V. a.

BypiaacBK-b, see Koti.

slip of paper.

Byiiasefl,

8. c.

BypMHCxpi,

rnKctub, cotton-stuft".

BywaJKOHKa,

turbu-

ii

pearls.

turbulence,

impetuosity, storminess.

ij

Bypaycb,
BypHUfi,

|i

mutiny; to revolt, rebel.

ByHTOBCKoli,
ad. ly.

adj.

riotous,

mutinous;

[j

s.

m. burnous.

adj. stormy, tempestuous; boisterous,

blustering, wild; -Hue enmpu, careering, stormy


- Haa noioda, stormy weather; - Haa
ctnpacmi, impetuous, wild passion; -Haa nmwua,

-ckh, winds:

\\

ByHTOBmaKt,

s.

m. -mHn,a,

s. f.

rioter, rebel,

storm-bird, stormy petrel.


BypoBHXb, V. n. to bubble;

to ferment.
adj.
BypoBEitt, adj. boracic; see Bypa.
mutiny, rebellion, revolt,
BypoEUCJbifi, adj. chem. - jaa coda, borax:
insurrection; com. bale, pack, bundle.
ByHiyKOButt, adj. moeapal^^^ obs. officer of -jaa coAb, borate.
Bypca, s. f. bursary (in a school); college.
Cossacks.
BypcjiK-b, s. m. bursar; -cai^Kift, -caqHBifi,
ByniyKi., s. m. Turkish standard; staff of
hetman; - 'lyaEHHfl, adj. mpexi - CyH'iyaiHHtt adj.
BypyH^yK^b, s. m. zool. striped squirrel; -Aynauta, three-tailed pasha.
KOBbitt, adj.
Bypa, s. f. chem. borax.
Bypyn-b, s. m. naut. breaker, surf; backwaves.
BypaBej^-B, s. m. zool. borer (worm).
Bypianie, s. n. grumbling.
BypaBHTJE., V. a. to bore, pierce.
Bypuaxb, v. n. to grumble; pop. to ferment.
BypaBjeaie, s. n. boring, piercing.
Bypuiii, s. m. bursch, a German^ student.
BypaBiaTBik; adj. auger-shaped.
Bypt, s.m. see Bypasi; -poBofl, <ulj.
BypaBi.,
m. dim. OypaBOKX, OypuBiHKi.,
Bypbifi, adj. brown, browny; chestnut (ho-rse);
auger, borer, gimlet.
jKcitbauani,
BypaKi, s.m.dim. Gypa^oKi, a pat of beech- fallow, fawn coloured (fox); \,mi7i.
hog-ove;mnatm,, boracite, brown-spar.
bark; fire-pot, rocket (in fire-worJcs); beet-root.
Bypban-b, s. m. high grass (in the steppes).
BypaKU, s. m. pi. beet-root: pickled beet-root;
BypBXb, V. n. to grow gray-brown.
beet-root soup.
Bypa, s. f. storm, tempest, hurricane; fig. comBypaH'B; s. m. storm of snow.
BypaiHHKii, s. m. hot. borage; -iHHKOBUtt, motion: oKumeucKiH 6ypH, the storms of life; 6*
cmaKUHtb eodu, a tempest in a tea-pot.
adj. -Bua pacmeHin^ hot. boragineous plants.
Byceab, s. f. bird, white stork.
BypfiOHi, s. m. coll. a rude upstart, officer of
Bycnna, s.f. dim. 6ycHHKa, bead, glass-bead,
fortune.

mutineer, revolter:

ByHTi,

-mimifi, -mnqecKift,

ji

ij

riot,

in.

s.

ji

jj

jj

jj

jj

jj

jj

s>.

jj

jj

ji

;i

j]

ByproMucxepcTBO, s. n. burgomastership.
ByproMHCxepuia, s. f. wife of a burgomaster.
ByproMMCTpi., s. m. burgomaster; - icxep-

false pearl.
s.f. ftec KoMuaci.
BycypMaHHXb, o-, v. a. pop.

Byc6.ib,

to pervert

one

jj

Mahometanism.
BycypMaHCKitt, adj. pop. not orthodox; MaByp^a? s. /. muddy, bad beverage.
Byp;^M>^I., $.m. leathern bottle (in Caucasus): hometan, mussulman; no - cku, ado. like an
to

CKitt, adj.

jj

apostate.

-^^lOiHUft, adj.

BypcBTjCTHnKt,

s.

m. bird, storm-finch.
windfallen
s. m.

BypcJioMHHKi,, BypeJioM'B,
trees.

BypcHie,

s.

Bypxya!a,

n. boring, piercing.
s.

f.

the

middle

classes, trades-

(ulj.

mussulman.

UycM,

people.

BypjEvasHLiti,

BycypMaHCXBO, s. n. pop. state of being not


orthodox, apostasy, Mahometanism.
BycypMaHB, BycypMiiKHH-b, s. m. -MaHKa,
s. f. pop. not orthodox, an apostate, a Mahometan,

middle-class.

s.

f.

pi.

beads,

false

pearls;

see

CHua: //>a6p)fKnumz Oycb. bead-maker.


8*

Ey-

BYTA

36

BHJrib

Byani, s. m. -aaKa, s. f. a turbulent, insolent


ByTa^op-B s. m. theat. property - man; jl-op-opcKia eemu, properties, requisites; person,squabbIer,noisy fellow or child; -HCKift,d/.
ByaHTb, s. m. landing-place, wharf, staple:
Mataaum -opcKHXt eeineii, property-department.
-HHuft, adj.
ByxeHb, s. m. hot. cherophyllum sylvestre.
Bh, Bi, sign of the conditional and subjunctive
ByxepOpoTi., s. m. a slice of bread and butter,

CKitt, adj.

ji

II

BYTepaaKt,
Bj-THTb,

s.

BM-,

m. hot. peplis.
V. a. to fill with rubble; \\part.p.

Cy^eHEitt.
'

ByTop-b, s. OT.J30J?. goods and chattels, baggage.


Byiya-b, s. m. nickname of a short, thickset
man; chubby child.
ByT-b, s. m. rubble, rubbish; rough stone; 6yT0jj

Bbitty adj.

dim. fiyTtiJio^Ka, bottle; CMy


HunoveMh eununib dan -kh, he stands his couple
of bottles very well: uodcmaeKa nod% -Ky, bottlestand; pa3AU3amh 6i -kh, to pour in bottles; to

ByTMJiKa,

3. f.

bottle, bottle

off,

ByTWJOiHbiii,
-jio^HHi^a,

s. f.

ByTHJib,

s. f.

-Haa muKea uau

adj. bottle;

gourd, bottle-gourd, calabash.


large bottle; -XM.ibHHtt, adj.
il

puff.

s. f.

By^epi, s. m. rail,
By^eTiHKi, s. VI.

ij

HU

cmou.io, cost
at any rate.

what

it

will or

whatever

is

costs,

BbiBajiocxb, s. f. experience.
BuBajbift, adj. that happened,

buffer.

butler.
BytlJexTb, s. m. sideboard; refreshment
refreshment-bar; -XHHii, adj.
By(I)OHa;i;a, s. f. buffoonery.
By^OHHXb, V. n. to play the buffoon.

would have,

ByTOHi, s. m. bud.
ByTOHbepKa, s. f. button-hole.
BTTopaaKiiTb, see By^opaacHTB.

By(|)a,

I should or
h UMrb.l^
y Mens 6uao
I should have or would have had;
a odrbA^, I should have dressed; 6uA^o^1bm^,
I should be dressed, I should have been dressed;
H xomtbAi oudnmb eaxueio opuma, I should like
a^ depeento, eau
to see your brother; h notbxa.^^
noioda 6uAa xopouia, I should like to go into the
country, if it were fine weather; cdn.iuAueu smo,
ecAUmytni 6uau oauiu podumeAU, should you do
it, if your parents were present; fimoHUCAyuuAoeb,
whatever happens; umo mo hu 6uao, be all this
as it may or will, come what may come; umo
om HU toaopu.ii, say what he may, or he may say
as he pleases, or whatsoever he can say; KaKi
OHU HU 6uAU 6otamu, however rich they be, or
though they be ever so rich; namHU Suau eeAUKU Hx^ nodamu, however great may he their
exploits; Kmoom uu 6u.^^, let him be who he
will; idtbom hu 6u.^^, wherever he is; netomo

moods;

sandwich.

room,

';i

that befell,
versed, skilled in; awio vcaoenm, this man knows the world.
BuBaabii^HHa, s. f. event, fact; see BuJih.
BbiBaxb, Cbixb, V. n. imp. to be, happen; to
exist; om ptbdno -Baex-b 6o.iem, he is seldom ill;
dmoMy HUKOtda ne, that can never happen; cua-

past:

experienced,

ii

n. buffooning.
By(J)6HCXB0,
By^OH-b, s. m. buffoon, jester; -OHCKift, adj.
c7nAuobi.m MHtb He, I shall never be happy; -Bajiu
the bouffes.
By^x., s. m. meamp^
Byxaxb, OyxHyxb, v. a. pop. to throw with a CAynau, it chanced, it happened, there were occais so with me;
clash; to bomb, pop, slap; to say something incon- sions; mooKC -BSiexi ?< co mhoh, it
uu.m we-Baao, it did never happen to
siderately, incautiously, inadvertently; -ca, v. r. gmoto
SAOto ue.iootbKu, such
to fall with a slap; - ca e^ hoiu, to throw one's him; erne ne -bjijio manoio
a wicked man never existed; u edpyih eto Kani,
self at any one's feet.
ne -BJiJO, and in a moment he was away; to
Byxraaxepia, s. f. com. book-keeping.
ByxraJixep-b, s. m. book-keeper; -pcKift, adj. frequent; to go to visit; omy Meua -Btiexx., any
Byxayxb, v. n. to swell, dilate;;;. a. see Byxaxb. ueio ne -Baw, he visits me, but I never go to see
Byxxa, s.f.naut. bay, creek, cove, bight; coil him;, to take place, to be kept or held (of a
Oah Kpemoaanijt, ca- sitting, assembly); aaendaHia -saiox^b no nnmof rope; bight of a rope;
HunaMi, the meetings are held on Fridays; { -bjijio,
reening-wharf.
formerly, used to, in former times; npeoKde n
ByxxapMJi, .s. f. flesh-side of leather.
Byxx:b, s. m. naut. spare-anchor, sheet-anchor. -Ba.io nacmo nucaAh eny, formerly I often used
to write to him; xaxi hu ez vc.2. ne -Ba.io, as
Byx-b, abbreviation of the verb Byxaxb; om
and there he is lying at my feet; if nothing were the matter; hu vymb ne -BaJio,
.MHtb o^ noiu,
.'f.

li

^^

,1

,i

j|

jj

OHi

8^ eody,

and suddenly he

Byi^e<|)iiJii>, 5.

falls into

the water.

m. Bucephalus.

Byianic, s. n. humming of bees.


Byiaxb, V. n. to hum, buzz.
BvichIc, s. 11. filling with rubble.
By^eaie, s. n. bucking (of linen).
By^HJibHa, s. f. bucking-house.

ByiHXb,

a. to

V.

fiyuenHutt.
BynicBiiHle,

Byiueaaxb,

buck, steep in lye;l;ptr<. p.

jj

all, not in the least.


conepnum,
BhiBiuitt, adj. former, ex, late;
former n'<l2t.\,^npeKmop^, ex-director; meajw^)?,
late-theatre.
BuEi, s. m. dim. ebmoKi., bull, ox, neat; 6oii
-KOBX, bull-baiting, bull-feast, bull-tiglit, bullfighting; Msco -KJi, beef; prov. cKOAbKO ch -komt.
HU 6umiCH, a .\to.iOKa om^ neio ne doOumbca, bray a

not at

in

fool
s-.

v.

n. blustering, roaring.
n.

to bellow, bluster; to storm,

mortar,

he will

never be

arch, buttress, pier (of a bridge);


fort; Omkh, pi. beeves, oxen.
II

\\

the wiser;

fort, counter-

s. f. dim. ObiauHKa, blade of grass,


sea roars, surges; blade; legend, tale.
Br>f.iie, see Bu.iLe.
fig. to be turbulent; to roar, squabble, storm.
BiJ-io, pret. of tlie verb Bhxb; .n. smo
ByiucJb, s. m. bushel (measure).
ByiUMex'b, s. m. mil. lance-bucket, standard- uysKHO, I wanted it; HHymhneyna.^^, I was very
near falling; eio mjmb-ne yduAU, he was within
bucket.
a hair's breadth of being killed; am xomn.<i7,toBymnpHX'b, s. m. naut. bowsprit.
Byannxb, v. n. pop. to beliave one's self with ooj>'imb, lie was just going to speak or was on the
point of speaking.
turbulence, be turbulent; to 8qual)ble, storm.
BiJ.ioii, adj. that happened, that befell; past;
Byaii.inBiJit, ddj. turbulent, wild, outrageous;
\\o^ -JiKia apeMcna, in past times, in times of yore.
-BO, adv.l'j.
Bi>i;ib, s. f. fact, event, past occurrence; prov.
ByancxBo,
n. turbulnnfc, wildness, violence;
MOAodny He oh yKop^, one cannot reproach the
outrageousn(!SS.

chafe; to howl:

howls;

Mope

onmcjn -luyexi, the wind rages,

- uiyexi., the

Bu.3iiHa,
j|

ij

.<?.

ByaHinHKT., s.m. wharf-porter, labourer.

brave for past errors.

BBLHL

37

B-BHiA

umo6u
it was bad weather:
BBiJibe^ s. M. collec. herbs, plants, vegetables: Cbi.ia dypnuH
prov. 6biA0, da -cmx nopocAo, this is no longer of 97)1010 6oAbiue He ()bi.io! that it may never happen
again, you dare not do it again! ic 6u.n. oh
any use.
maKoab, and he was off in a trice: ue mym-o-mo
Bupcb, s. f. zool. hyena.
6KTJ0, HUHymb He rtbiBaao, far from it, not in
BucTpHHa, s. f. rapid course; rap^iii.
Bwcxpo, adv. dim. -peHbKO, -poBfiTO, rapidly, the least, not at all; Orj.ia nu r)FJ.iu! come what
swiftly, quickly, nimbly; dartingly; coo(Jprtwaw- may! happy be lucky! ue 6y;^b myim eact, nuKOtda
6u amoto e c.iyuH.tocb, if you had not been here
uiiii, nimble-witted, quick to perceive.
that would not have happened: ue Oy;^yqH, withBHCTporaasbiii, adj. quick-oyed, bird-eyed.
out being, not being.
BucxpoKpHaHft, adj. swift-winged.
Bbixbe^
n. existence: noc.Homptime na naute
BHCxpOHoritt, adj. fleet - foot, swift - footed,
noiodn,

;j

.S-.

Mumbe

nimble-footed.

how we

see

live.

BbiqaMiit; Bbitiifi) adj. bullish: bull's, ox, oipromptitude; like; ^.^l'?35, hot. bull's-eye, ox-eye; -Mba mpaea,
quickness;
despatch, nimbleness,
yMa, coo6paMeHiH^ readiness or sharpness of hot. cammock; .3WK5, neat's tongue: -ube .w/jco,
beef; -^ba Kooica, bull's hide.
wit, of apprehension.
Bbi^OR'b; s. m. dim. bullock; cnasKu npo CtbAuto
BEiexpoxeqHUft, adj. quickly passing, tranm-^Riif a cock and bull story; fish, chub, miller'ssient.
thumh: pop. Kussian dance; '.see Bukx.
BHCxpoxoK'B, s. m. rapid, flow (of a ricer).
BH^nxbca, v. r. pop. to be obstinate, be
BBicxpovMie, s. n. acuteness of mind, sagacity.
stubborn.
BHCxpovMHEitt, adj. sharp-witted.
e^ aanycKU,
Biranie, s. n. run, running:
BHCxptrii, adj. dim. dhicxpeHBKifi, ChicxpoBaxuit, rapid, swift, nimble, quick; precipitous: running in emulation.

BHCxpoTa,

rapidity,

s. f.

agility;

swiftness;

I,

Biraxb, Otxaxb, OirnBaxb, v. n. to run:


(of a vessel); fig. quick-witted, sagacious: o?ho/6)hi, quick or prompt answer; -poe 05 aanycKU, to run in emulation of each other;
aa KibM^, to run after: fig. to
see BaanycKH:
cooopajKenie, a ready apprehension.
Buxie, s. n. being, existence, consistence; co- dangle about, after: -xaxb co ecnxo hoio, caomh
e.ibcmHoe coexistence; Kumn -xia, Genesis, the toAoey, to run as fast or as hard as possible; \ to
flow, run away; to flee; to elope; to avoid; to evade,
-xeliCKitt, adj.
first book of Moses;
BMXHOCXb, s.f. stay, abode, sojourn; presence: escape, break loose from, make one"s escape; eodu
e^M01o o^ Hma.iiu, during my stay or abode in -aciix'b, the water flows off; epe.vn -asnx'b, time
flies
away; deubiu -ryx-b lOo pyxo, fiq. money
Italy.
slips away from the hands: 6om:a -asHXi, the
BuxoBoft, adj. representing the way of life.
BtixonncaHie, s. n. history, record of events: tub runs or leaks: -.xaxb \i3b miopb.ubt, to escape
from prison; -acaxb uai ayjKdbi, mil. to desert
-ieaxe.ibHiii, adj.
the regiment; -aiaxb, to fade (of colours).
BHXoniictixeJiB, s. rn. historian.
B-Braxbca, v.rec. to go to rut (of animals).
BbixIi; s. m. state, condition: existence; way of
B'feraen.'b, s. m. fugitive: mil. deserter.
life, life; do.Hauiniu, household, houselife; Kpccmbto
Birao, adv. fluently, currently: numnmb
shckIu, peasant's condition, peasant's life; smoio
He cjiyna.iocb na .woe.w^ Obixv, that never hap- read fluently; superficially.
rapidity.
BBFJOCXb,
f. agility,
pened during my life.
B-BrJHfi, adj. fugitive: fig. agile, rapid;
Bhxb, v. n. to be, exist: to happen; to take
Heeo.ibuuKb, runaway
npu ue.Ho mi6ydb, to 33i.iHdo, a fugitive look:
place; to become: to come;
lm^^,
coAdatm, soldier - deserter: mil.
be at, to be present; e&, to be in; .nooKerm, it slave:
may be, may be, perhaps: ffs cocijiohhiu, e-o cii- run: otoHb, running fire; s. fugitive, runaway;
.laxi, to be able; u.Hnw miu tha.t will take place: deserter.
B*rJiaHKa, s.f. female fugitive.
CpaKocoHemanie uMttemhoi Gpedy, the wedding
BtroBOft, adj. for course, for racing; -Bbia
comes off on Wednesday; KaKh"^ what is to be
done? o ce.ny, so be it; TnaK% u, be it so, well dpoMicu, a sort of droschky (used at races).
swift-sailed

Ij

|i

'I

,|

''s.

and good, I consent to it, I grant it; 2irov. ueMy,


wuio He .HiiHooamh, one cannot escape one's destiny;
efXb, there is, there are; ecxt .iii y eac^ denhtn?
have you money? ecxb, yes, I have some; mo ecxb,
that is, that is to say: ecxb lodi mo.uy, mKz a
eto 8u^tb^^, it is a year since I saw him; ccxb o
ve.vo lopeeamb, ue.uy padoaumbcn.' there is no reason
to grieve, to rejoice! ccxb mame SMie .iiodu,
om
umo..., there are men wicked enough to
KaK-o ecxb Huneto ue aHaeim, he knows nothing at
all: 0H^ Krtjc* ecxb ye.loenK^, he is just like other
men: e.ny f)jjiOTh decmnb .iibtno, he will be ten

years old; n

Oy^y

nie (iy;i;ex'b

aaampa, the sitting

mtcanib, I shall write: aacndawill take place


to-morrow: om Oy;^ex'b ko Mun eenepOM^^ he will
come to me in the evening; Oy;i;ex'b au cb aacb
amoio? will you be satisfied with it, will it be

enough

for

enough,

it

;^exb,

mo

you? will

it

do?

6y;i;ex'b,

it

will

be

mno Oy;i;oxi,, umo Oycome what may, happen what

will do: Oy;;b,

Oy^^ex-b,

xydo c.vy 6y;tex'b aa dmo,


smo, he will smart for it, pay for
it;
e.uy 6u.io cKoaauo, losopeno, he was told, it
was said to him; eto^ He 6uJO do.va, he was not
at home; eacb emc He 6biJio na ceibmtb, you were
not yet born, you were not yet in the world:

may,

at

any

price;

6y;i;ex'b e.\iy 3a

BtroMX,, adv. at a run, running.


BtroMBP'b, s. m. odometer.
BtroxHa, s. f. run, running, running about;
running to and fro.
BircxBO, s. n. flight, running away, escape,
evasion: oOpamumh eo, to turn to flight; oopamumbcit ffi to betake one's self to flight; mt7,
,

deserting, desertion.

B^rynen.'b,

s.

m.

tech.

plummet, plumb-line,

plumb-rule.

BtryH'b, s. m. dim. fitrvHOK-b, runner; muller,


mullar (for colours); upper millstone, runner (iyi
a mill).
i,

'

B'bryqiii, adj. v\mmng.maKe^aM^, naut. running-rope; fluid; fading colour).


Btr-b, .9. m. running, course, race; KOHCKiu,
horse-race; cadence, cadency (of a horse);] 6umb
deserted.
e-o -raxii, to have run away or
BtAii; /'. misfortune, misery, distress: ill, illluck, harm, calamity; .w.' ali me! ay me! woe
to me\eaMo Cydeim, you shall smart for it; dc
a mo.ibKo, a real calamity; kkko na -;^y, as illluck would have it, to complete the misfortune;
unfortunately, unhappily: c.iymimbca na
na
I

j]

-Ay>

-;^y, to misfall; ne ee.iuna

3a, there

is

no great harm

amn eme e nmo


,

in that; 7no-7no

u,

B^H

B-BJLH

38

to become white; to be whitened, be bleached:


to use white paint; H^jrtr*. p. OtJieHMft.
BsJiKa, s. f. dim. O^JOVKa, squirrel; Oxjih-

aom-b mynn-mo u, there's just


,
max^ no
the difficulty, there's the devil on't;
5'B;^aM'b u xodum-h, he carries mischief or misfor-

V. r.

always mischievous; prov.


Ktno HaKAUKaeim ^AYf morm e^^ nee u nona^em^,
harm-watch, harm-catch; 6*^7 podurm, -^oii
notoHHetm, one excess leads on to another or deep

^ifi, Oiaift, adj.

moMi-mo

tune with

om

him, he

is

i|

calls unto deep; ce.Hb 6'fe;^^., odum omennn, in for


a penny, in for a pound; e npuxndutm odna,

B'l&.iKOBHHa,
albuminous.

chem. albumen;

s. f.

\\

-HHbitt, adj.

cleanly, purely; MejscnMcami


64.10, to write fair, copy fair, make a fair
copy of a writing; see 4ncT0.
B'feJIo6op6;^Hfl, adj. white-bearded.
Bi^Ji6, adv. white;

|j

li

Ha

one misfortune comes on the back of another;


never rains, but it pours; AuxaHauujio, it is
the first step that costs.
B'BAHOCTb, s. f. poverty, indigence, penury;
p-(,t,._Me nojMKi, poverty is no crime.
Bt^HOTii, s. f. poverty, want, destitution; the

B-feaoOpucHtt, adj.

it

coll.

with white

eye-brows

and eye-lashes.
Bi&Jo6pH>xitt, adj. white-bellied.
B-fejiOBaTbift, adj. whitish, whity.
BtjioB.iaCbift, -BOJiocbift, adj. white-haired.

,1

poorer classes.
B'B;i,HHit, adj. poor, indigent, needy;

destitute,
ij

penurious, meager; miserable; pitiful; oacc* napoda, the poor; -ho, adv. poorly, needily.
BBAHUfi; s. tn. poor man, pauper; poor creature;

B^JiOBolif^ adj. fair copied.

BtjioroJioBei^'b, s.m. hot. see Baxept.


B1iJioroJi6Bnn,a, s. f. hot. eriophorum.
BtJioroJioBHHK'b, .s. m. bat. achillea nobilis.

;i

no.ib3i/

6Z.

-Hux-b,

for

benefit of the poor;

the

adj. white-headed.
Bi^JiorpHBiiiii, adj. white-maned.

BfeJorcioBuii,

B']kJo;i,yxKa, s.f. white-necked animal; -;^yc6opn na -HHXTb, poor-box; ^0M^


qaxuiK, adj. Avhite-necked.
npuspnHiH -hhxt., poor-house.
B'bJiosepKa, s. f. bark on the lake Bieloozero.
Bt^liH-BTS, V. n. to grow poor.

KpyoKKud.ifi

j]

d.ia

BtJiosyCHli, adj. white -toothed, with white


m. poor fellow, poor
Bt;i,Hara, Bt^HaKi.,
teeth.
miser.
pauper,
soul;
poor
creature,
poor
man,
Bli^iOBaJieHUtt, Bt.iOKaJHJibHK[ii, adj. redB-feAHasKsa, s. c. poor little thing, poor soul.
B'i^^i.oBKiii, adj. dangerous, perilous; not easy white.
BtJOKaMGHHUfl, adj. built with white stone;
to be governed, mischievous; we^o^/tKi, an unmanageable, importunate or troublesome man; se- -Haa MocKea, bright Moscow.
BtaoKonMTHHK'b, s. m. hot. officinal colt's-foot
vere, exigent.
B'fe;^OKJ'p^Tb, V. n. coll. to hurt; to bring waste butter-bur.
BtJiOK|)bi.'iHii, adj. white-winged.
harm; to play tricks.
,s\

\\

jj

or

BtjiiOKypi., s.'m. -Ka, s. f. bringer of ill-luck,


of waste or of harm: a person full of mischief.
Bt^^OHOCHBifi, adj. bringing ill-luck, producing

BtJiOKypufi, adj. light-haired, fair.


B'l^JiOR'b, s. m. white (of the eye, of an egg):

glair (of an e^t/j/ji&oi. prickly poppy; -jkh, pi.


pop. disp. eyes; CtaoiHHfl, 6'&JiB0Bbitt, adj
Bi;^CTBeHHHft, adj. calamitous, distressful, med. albugineous, glairy.
^
BtaOJHCTBCHHHKl, BtJIO-lUCTHHK'b, S. m. hot.
disastrous; fatal, sad (accident, fate); woeful;
bull-weed.
-HOC cocmoiiHie, a state of calamity, of misery, sweet sultan, centaury,
B'feaodHU.bifl, adj. white-faced, fair-faced.
of distress; -hho, adv.\^.
ij

waste or harm.

|i

s. f. laundress.
B'&.iouopj],biA, adj. with white chanfrin.
B'feJionauieu,T>, s. m. freeholder, free peasant.
B'feJionoM-BCTHUtt, adj. tax-free, freehold.
B'fe.iopHseii.'b, s. m. secular priest.
B-feJiopyiKa, s. c. coll. lazy man or woman.
B-feJiopuOHi^a, .s. /'. white fish of large size (to

B'bJiOMoftRa,

B-B;^CTBie, Bi;i,CTHo, .*. n. calamity, misfortune,


distress, misery, disaster.
Bi;tCTBOBaHie, .s. n. a state of calamity, of

misery, of distress.

B-Bj^CTBOBaxb,
B-i^acaHic, see

Bi^aiaTb, see

V. 71.

to be

in distress, in need

Biranie.
Btrarb.
thread, linen; ^i/jeccs,

B-bJiCBOit, adj. of linen

linen-press; -Baa Kopsima, cloth-basket.


Bi&JieRi>, s. m. zool. young seal.
Bii.ieuia, see Bejiena.
B-ibjeiiie, s. n. bleaching (of linen); blanching

(of wax); whiting; chem. dealbati.m (with fire).


Bli.ieHbKift, adj. dim. see litaHH.
BIjJiecoBaTOCTl., s. f. whitishness.
,:

BliJiei^i.,

-alalia,

s.

s.

n.

fish, roach.

m. novice, probationer; lay brother;


novice, lay sister; OtJibuia, pi hot.

s.
/".

i|

I,

primrose, cowslip.
BJi.iH, s. f. pi. med. see Bifli.
Bti.iHBiiu, s.f. whiteness, white.
Bt>jiii.ia, .s. n. pi. white-lead; ceruse, whiting;
MeMHyMHUH, pearl-white: cuuHnoaua , white-

lead, ceruse: myn.ie.mHUH, Spanish white, white


paint; -JiM.ibHiatt, adj.
B'bJHJibiiHii,a, s.f. powder-box.
Ij

BliaH.ibHH,

.s.

f.

bleacbing-

t)lanching-houso,

house, bleachery, bleach-works.


BliJHJibii^HR'i., s. m.
bleaclior; whitewasher.

n^iii^a,

s.

f.

blancher,

B'b.iHTb, (>iiJiHBaTb, v.a. to wliitnn; to bleach,


xo.xam a mpaotb, to
blanch; to whitewash:
grass-bleach; c/iem. to dealbate (with fire);'\ -ca,

|1

as

BiiJUiTypKa, s. f. hard-wheat.
BliJioTbJUfi, adj. white-bodied, white-skinned.
BtJioycb, s. m. hot. mat-grass, beard-grass.
BliJioycHfi, adj. with white moustaches.
UbJoquHK'b, s. m. a hunter of squirrels.
H'b.iouiBettEa,

BtJecoBaxBifl, adj. whitish.


B'B.iftCTi.,

found in the Volga).


B'feaoCH-BaKHHfl, adj. snow-white, as white
snow.

be

.s.

f.

seamstress.

nmeuunu,
adj.
BtJioiipaa, Bt.ioapoBaa,
maize, Indian corn.
Bt.ayra, s.f. white sturgeon; -yacift, adj.
B'&.iy2BHua, s.f. flesh of white sturgeon.
Blijyxa, .s. f. white grampus.
BiiJuit, adj. vi\\\ti^:Mcdandb, sea-bear, polar
hi'.i\,v:6oHpumHUKh, white-beam, white-tree; -Joe
MHCO, white-meat; -aaa U36a, a peasant's house or
hut with a cliimney; naKUAeuHuu do 6'Ii.ia, whitcheated; yoKedeub, it is high day; cpedu 6iiJia dun,
at liigh noon, in broad day-light; npu - jiomt.
cumntb, by day-light; na - Aoni, cenmn, in this
world: -aaii oAbxa, vf\ntten-trcc;mono.ib, abeltrce; -aaa pu6a, scaled fish; -aaa puCKa, kamj|

cliatka
(.Hua:

licrring;

.aaa

puCuna,

see

Btjiopu-

blank, neat, clean, fair; -Jiue cmuxn,


blank-vt;rse; .tMCJni Oyjuatu, a blank sheet of
paper: -Jiaa tpyma, blanket; -.laa iauhu, cala;

E-BJIB

89

mite; uinaun, mui. albite; -aaa Kanycma, cabbage heads without their external leaves; free,
tax-free; - aHe KpeomsHe, free peasants; - aoo
dyxoeeucmeo, secular clergy; KaMem, free-stone:

BaOuJO,

hunt, lure, hawk's lure.


s. m. hirer, trainer of birds.
a. hunt, to lure, allure, decoy;

c.

Ba6nxb,

v.

to

l:

attract.

Ba6.3eHie, s. n. BaOua, s. f. hiring, alluring.


BaBiiRauie, s. n. cry of the quail.
BaBiiKaxb; BaBUKHyxb, v. n. to cry like a

y-jaH

||

s.

Bu(iHabuilUE'b,

.j

lopamia, momentary insanity of mind,


delirium tremens: pyH^^, mil. a round made
before sunrise.
Bt;ib, s. f. linen thread, linen yarn; blea, sap
(on trees)) Oian, pi. mcd. whites, leucorrhoea.

BAJA

quail.

BaBMJOHCRiti,

-CKoe cmo.inomoopeHie,

adj.

the

\\

B'^^JiBe^

s.

table-linen:

linen, linen clothes:


bed-linen;
nocme.tt>Hoe
,
.

cmoxoeoe
HUMHce

Tower of Babel:

fiy. disorder, confusion.


pi. guilloche;
disconnected
s.
f.

BaBH.ioHKi,

;i

nether-garments; - JbCBoii, adj. scrawl, bad and oblique writing; nucainb, to


B'i^JibMO; s. n. pi. OiJibMa, cataract, white spot stagger (of drunken people).
Bara, s. f. balance: splinter-bar (of a carriage);
(in the eye); fig. oht, y mchh KamHci lAaay, he
OBabHa^ gin, crane, handspike, lever, heaver.
is an eye-sore to me, I cannot bear him;
BarcMeflcxep'bj s. m. custom-house weigher.
pi. pop. disp. eyes.
BarcHOypr'b, s. m. mil. baggage-train.
fi'i^jbMOB'ii, s. VI. sarcocol (gum).
BareHMoflcxepi., s. m. mil. b:tggige-master.
B'i^JBMop'BS'B, s. m. chir. pop. cataract-knife.
BaruHi, .9. m. carriage, car (of a railicay-train);
B'l^Jl^TB; V. n. to whiten, grow or get white;
pas-.ca, V. n. to appear white; to whiten: edajiu 6niaoKHbtu, luggage-van; naccuMiipcKiii
Mmo-tno -a-Bexca, there appears something white senger-carriage; moaapHuU goods-waggon, goodsin the distance: -ca, nniit. to comb (of waves). van; -HHMii, adj.
BarpaHRa, s. f. met. cupola, cupola furnace.
B^JikKitf s. m. shoal (of fish); see Pyno; foam,
Ba;i(HXb, V. a. to attract: to lure; see IIoBafoaming waves: noKpueamhCH - Kaun, to foam;
SHBaTR, IIoBaAHTb; \ -ca, V. r. see IIoBawhite ball (in balloting).

under-garments,

\\

jl

|1

II

jj

|j

ii

ji

!!

- HouKa,

Bi&JiaHRa,

6\

fair-faced

f.

woman; ;^HTbca.

BaxcHRa, s. f. female
Ba^HBaxb; -Baxbca,

whitish mushroom.

BtceHOKt,

m.

s.

dim.

(pi.

CifeceHaTa),

imp,

BiiacHHR7>;

little devil.

B'i^CHTb, B8-, V. a. to madden, drive mad,


drive to madness; to enrage; -ca, v. n. to run
mad; to rage, storm: jpart. p. BsO'fcineHHKifi.
B'i&CHoeaHie, s. n. demoniacal possession; rage,
fury, frenzy.
B'^CHOBaxbiii, adj. possessed with or by the
devil, possessed with an evil spirit; demoniac, al.
BtCHOBaxbca, v. p. to be possessed with the
devil: v. n. to be mad; to rage, storm.
Bi^coBCsiJi; adj. demoniacal, diabolical, devilcally, ly.
ish; -CKH, adv.
B'fecoBii^nHa, s. f. diabolicalness; devilry; lii)(^j9.
frenzy, rage.
fHiCb, s. m. demon, devil; paacunamhcs .neAKiiMi OiacoM'B, to fawn to any one, to cringe.
r,

Ij

i'|

B-BmeHUi^a; s. f. hot. hemlock.


B^uicHKa, s. f. alose (fish); Caspian herring.
B^meHCTBO; s. n. rage; madness, frenzy, fury;

npueecmu eo

B^meHUit;

to drive to frenzy.
raging, rabid;

adj.

BaacHHiaHbe,

BwprcpTb,
f.

s.

s.

It.

v. n. to give one's self airs, assume


to look consequential, carry it high.
BaCHO, ado. gravely, seriously, consequentially;
weightily; smo d.ta .whh ouem, it is of great

importance to me; smo we, that is of no consequence; a;o^rrtb, to walk with an air of conseof importance;
capitally done.

quence,
is

Basb,

*.

97rto,cdw>.mo,

j;o/j.

it

jj

i|

BaHCHa, s. /. weigh-house, weigher's office.


Baaci, s. m. mail (fitted on the top of a carriage),

dim. Basoika, vase.


Baaa, s.
BasejHH-B, s. ?. vaseline: -hobuA,
/'.

citizen;!!

adj.
pastel;

Bafl;i;a,
i|

s.

f.

Baia,

s.

f.

palm-branch, palm-bough.
/. vacancy: vacant place.

s.

BaRaHXHUii,

-pma,

woad, dyer's woad:

hot.

-;^OBHft, adj.
BaRJiHcifl,

bureau; writing-table, desk.

adj.

vacant,

not

occupied:

in

abeyance (of a land).


BaRaHa,ia, see BaKancia.
BaRa^ia, s. f. vacations, hoHdays, breaking up.
(of schools); -^i6HHIJfi, adj.
\

BaRca, s. f blacking: -cobmA,


BaROHXb, V. a. to black (boots).
,|

m. bust; liCwcxoBbifi, adj.


/".
cotton cloth made in Persia and

s.

BaKy(|ti.,

s.

adJ.

m. property of a mosque:

-(pHtift,
jl

adj.

Bukharia.

BaKa, BauiKa,

11

Ba:HOCXb, s. f. importance, seriousness;


gravity, consequence; considerableness; ueeciuKa!
gKa! it is not of much consequence!
BaacHHfi, adj. important, serious, grave, grievous; great; -Hoe dtbAO, an important business: dmo
-Hoe dtb.io, the affair is a serious one; smonpocmynoKi, it is a grievous fault; of consequence,
consequential, eminent; weighty; ^eAoenK^, a man

s.

BiopoKpaxHMecKift, adj. bureaucratic.


BwpoKpiixia, s. f. bureaucracy.
BiopoKpaxi, s. m. -Ka, s. f. bureaucratist.

Bwcxt,

lofty airs, airs of

of consequence, of importance.

citizeness.

JSiopO;

assuming

n.

BaxHUMaxb,

i|

,*.

s.

airs:

jj

m. bulletin.
m. burgher, burgess,

BesTH, Bbcth.

m. weigher.

consequence.

mad, rageful;

furious, frenzied; -aaa co6aKa, rabid or mad


dog; "Haa euviHs, hot. belladonna, deadly night-ho, adv.
shade; -Haa pu6a, see BimenKa;
madly, furiously.
BioBap'b, s. m. blotting-book, blotting-pad, a
writing pad, blotting-case.
Biojs^xeT'b, s. m. budget; -XHbitt, adj.

BiOJiJexeHb,

s.

rein-deer.
see

s.

c.

a naughty child.
Ij

BaRxaaaaia, s. f. bacchanals, bacchanaha;


-iiajbHuli, adj. bacchanal, bacchanalian.

BaRxauKa,

s.

f.

bacchant, bacchante.

BaRXUiecKift, adj. bacchic.


BaEU,HHa, s. f. cow-pox, vaccinia; vaccine matter,

B,

i,

B,

s.

n. the third letter of the

Russian alphabet, vaccine virus.

anciently called endu.


BaGHE-b, 8. m. hunt, bird-call: decoy-bird;
stallion.

BaRii,HHau,ia,

young

Ba.iaR^aHbe,

,1

tering.

s.
s.

f.

vaccination.

n. coll

slowness of work:

loi-

BAJIA
Bajau;i;aTbCfl, npo-,

work

v. r. coll. to

40

BApr

Baabi^OBaxb,

slowly;

IlpoKaiuBaTB.

see

tech. paper-layer (in a paper-mill).


Bajxranri., s. m. fort, terre-plein, rampart.
Baabfl^cHbifi, adj. massive, bulky, heavy, solid;
BaJiesEUHKit, s. m. wind-fallen wood, fallen
trees, wood blown down; -iaBHidtt, adj. -asHUtt jj-HO, rtrfy. ly, kily, vily.
Baapoxa, s. f. amount (of a bill of exchange).
AthCh, wind-fallen wood.
BaaaBKa, s. c. popi. lie-abed, lazybones.
BaacKt, s. m. beetle; swing-tree, whiffle, whiffleBaaaabHbifl^ adj. fulling; -Haa tAuna, fuller's
tree (of a cnrringe);\\a,vm, loom (of an oar); cylinder; bolster (of a sofa); priHt. roller, roll, cylin- eartih.
BaaaabHa, s. f. fulling-mill, fullery.
der; -.le'iHUu, adj.
Baaaabn^HK'b; s. m. fuller;
luepcmu, feltBaJCHCi^'b, s. VI. dim. -aeHunKt, a wheaten

Baabiu.HE'b,

to dallv, loiter, lag.

m.

s.

\\

!1

li

maker.

roll.

BaacHEa, s. f. Ba.iCHOE'B,
-JOHRH, felt shoes, felt boots.
BaaepiaHa^

s.

m.

s.

kneading (paste); \ fulling

n. rolling;

s.

(cloth).

Baaaxb; BaaiiBaxb^

-JiepiaHOBHfi,

hot. valerian:

f.

Baaaaie;

felt boot; pi.

to roll one in snow;

(^dj.

j|

v. a.

to xqW-.koio e^ cmbiy,
aouAom, to

to full (cloth);

m. dim. -aeTHKi., knave (at cards). felt; to knead (doughy paste); pop), -aaxb, oxBaaaxb koio, to beat, whip, thrash; to give a good
Baaei^i., s. m. print, roller; -aoHurjA, adj.
to
execute badly,
Baa.u.K'h, s. m. dim. small cylinder; bolster (of drubbing to any one; pop.

BaJiexi,

s.

'\

li

jj

i|

||

a sofaj;

[^

astragale,

arch,

print, roller;

fillet;
||

|1

see

BajiiTb, BiLinBaxB, v. a. to throw down, abate;


blow down; to cause to fall; to overturn, upset:
a~o KijHi/, to heap, heap up;
to accumulate, put
together, pile, stock; to lumber; v. n. to advance
in crowds; to throng, crowd; uapod^ Ba;iiiTi,
people are thronging; to advance slowly, approach
(of great animals); to fall, go out; cwuh maK^ m
BajnTi; the snow falls in great flakes; du.M%
mam u bjijiiit'B U3^ mpyou, smoke comes in thick
clouds out of the chimney; e.Hy brjiut*, fig. he
has a run of luck; rti<^. to lay on careen, to
heave down in order to careen (a. s/wp^; -ca,
throw one's self; to threaten ruin
V. r. to fall,
(of a building); to die of an epidemic; omo adauie
BajlHTCH; this building is tottering; fig. y neio
ece U3^ pyKh BiiJiHTCfl, he is very awkward in
all he does, he does not succeed in his work;
\\prov. Ha oibOuaio MaKapa u uiuiukk, -aaxca,
an unfortunate man would be drowned in a teato

|j

li

j]

j|

\\

ji

,'^part. p).

BiiJieuHRiii.

s.

felling,

f.

down

il

Ba.ioiuoHbOj

n. emasculation.
Ba.iomiiTfc, V. a. to geld, castrate.

BaaxopHa^

s.

songlji^w^. to run or drive at


full speed; -aafi oo ecn .nonamK%i! tear along!
-ca, v. r. to
sweep along! go at full speed!

horn: French-horn:

ij

be rolled; to lie, wallow; -ca noAy, to


roll or lie on the floor; -ca e^ tpnaa, to wallow
in the mire; -ca o^ nocmcAU, to lie or stay in
bed sluggishly; eob eio eetu,u - awxca ua no Ay,
all his things are scattered on the floor; to lie
in neglect, be neglected; dmo 6ydem% dapo.v~o -ca,
it will be neglected, will be of no use; amo -aexca
as nuAU, it is lying in dust; -ca e^ no^ax^, to
BaaaHbiii; -hhc
pxirt. p.
lie
at one's feet;
canotu, felt-shoes or boots.
Baiuif, pron. pi. (instrum. case of Bh), by you,
with you; you; om cnacem, he is saved by you:
n doooAcm, I am pleased with you; Hmo Cb'^
what have you got? what ails you?
BaHnupi), s. m. vampire, vampire-bat.
BaM'b, pron. pi. (da,t. of Bm), for you, you, to
you; om npucAaA^ nodapnu Mun w he sent pres||

1|

.<?.

Baayfi, -aycK'h,

yours truly.
ViAiikxh,

m. dim. BaauR'B, fort, rampart, bulwark; oKpyjicumi, naaoM'B; to en'-lose or surround


with ramjjurts; \nant. wave, billow; surge, roller;

Aemammi~j

cranked

Banuab,
BauHa,

ij

beam,

paoipcdrbAjmwMij
^eHmpuKa, reversing-sliaft; arch,
I|

BaaoitfB, ado.

come

in

in

crowds

lump;

round

coll.

(pjeople),

bowti;!!,

aa.rumb Biiin clouds

come

(smoke); to put in heaps.

m. woodcock, snipe.
BaaLCiipouaxi,, v. n. to waltz: to dance the
waltz;
1^ .tm6nm-h., he is fond of waltzing.
Uaai>("i>, s. m. walti; BaabcoBMTi, adj.
Baabxpiin-b,
m. mil. housing, saddle-cloth.
Bnabi^oBiiHic, s. v. see IIpoBaTica.
Baai>ji;iuHun'b,

\\

mmi^OBuik,

s.

m. vandalism.
s.
m. vandal.
hot. vanilla;

f.

j}

-abHUli,

adj.

dim. BJiHHOUKa, bath, batli-house;


bathing-tub; cistern; BJiHnH, pd. bathing-rooms:
BiiHHbiii, adj. -Haa KO.Muama, bath-room.
BanxTj-KaoxHir, s. f. pi. naut. trucks of the
f.

,,

BaHXM,

.s.

BaubKa,

.s.

bad

s.

f.

pi.

mmt.

chain-plates.

m. pi. nant. shrouds.


m. (dim. of Tlmtm), nickname given to

slodge-driv(!rs.

Bani,

s.

m. red chalk, ruddle; reddle; colouring


||

matter.

BapiiKca,

s.

BapaRcaxb,
BapiiRvma,

scribltler, scrawler.

c.

coll.

v.

n. coll. to scribble, scrawl.

s.
dim. -RyiURa, bird., bluef.
throatod warbltir.
BapBa]>('Rin, adj. barbarous; inhuman; cruel:
-CRii, arZw.
ly.
cruelty.
BiipBapcxHo,
JJ. barbarity:

;1

.S-.

l|

behave barltarously.
Bajmap'i.j.s.w. barbarian; barltarous man.

BtipBapcTBonaxb,

,?.

'

s.

BaHX-b-iiyxeiJciJ,

uo-

nepedaworking-shaft; a;;-

mouHMil,

aoM'i., to

sliaft;

vanadium (metal);

in.

slirouds.

crank-shaft:

sliaft,

s.

BaHji^aa'B,.

BaayH'x.,s. m. bowlder-stone, cobble-stone, pebble.


s.

}i

BaH^^aaHSMi),

II

-xopniiifi,

^a^^, I gave you:


you need not know; mcneph

for you;

adj.

.S-.

m. player on the horn, hornist.


s. m. a mushroom (agarictis

\\mech. arbor, axle-tree, cylinder,

emeticiis).

Baax,

me and

lie uy^KHO 3Ha7nb,


xodumb, now it is your turn to play; nyoicno no3a6omumbGM
it
duty to care about it;
is your
CKOAbKO .iiimb? how old are you? npedannuu

adj.

BaaxopHucxTh,

this

roll,

8.

f.

-aaii dmy nncum! hollo,

carelessly:

with

ents for

cutting down (timber);


(a ship).
BiUKlitj adj. tottering, crank, unsteady; easily
upset:il-KO, adv. totteringly, unsteadily: maniKO,
Hu Bn.iRO; see lIIaTKO.
BaJiKocTb, s. f. unsteadiness, facility of being
upset; naut. craiikncss (of a ship).
BaJOBoA) adj. wholesale, by wholesale; ffjics,
gross weight; c>oa;o()*, gross receipts; -Boe cnacmbe,
fig. he is very lucky.

Ba.iKa,

careening, heaving

boltill:

on

go

Ba.i'B.

cup;

negligently,

v.

n. to

Bapraiiiixb, v. n. pop. to make a noise; to


play on tlie Jew's harp; to play badly; to jingle,
||

j|

.v.

.J

^ !'
KapritiiTi,

.9.

m. pop. Jew's

liarp.

BAPA
assay (metals).

Bap^^oBiiTB,

V.

BapcBO,
Bapera,

Bap HBO.

see

a. to

41

dim. BapexKa, worsted mitten.


m. baked and fermented cream.
BapeHHKH, s. m. pi curd-dumplings.
Bapenic, s. n. boiling, coction; cooking, dresMCiydiux, digestion; brewing
sing (of food);
s.

f.

Bapenen,-!.,

s.

;;

li

heer).

BapeHvxa,
BapeHBe,

s.

n.

.s.

Bap HBO,

mulled wine.
jam, preserves; preserved

f.

fruit.

BapiiTb,

s.

BapuBaxb, CBapnxb,

n.

v.

to

BBEP

Bii^JH) s. f. wafer, waffle; -$eabHUli, adj.


-i|)eJBHaH docKa, waffle-iron.
BaxjaKi) s. m. pop. hump, lump; blockhead.
BaxjaiKa, s. f. pop. a vulgar woman, a fish-fag.
BaxJiaaic, s. n. botch, bungle.
i

Baxjaxb, v.
BaxMHCxp*,

pop. to bungle, botch.


m. mil. quarter-master; cmapserjeant-major; -cxpcKili, adj.
miu
Baxaa, s. f. fish, haddock.
Oo Mopn, the seaBaxxa, s. f. naut. watch;
the starboard watch; omopan
watch; nepma
the larboard watch; cmomnh na -xli, to be upon
xpnwatch; nocmaeumb na -xy, to set watch;
jiHCXHaa, bot. marsh -trefoil, bog-bean; -xeH-

boil,

dress (food); Ho brew (heer);lio digest


the sun);
(of the stomach); \\v. n. to scorch, burn (of
-ca, V. p. to boil, be boiled, be concocted, be
digested; cauoku CBapiLiHCb, the cream is turned
or curdled on the fire; jjnr*. />. BapcHMft, boiled,
to

11

a.

s.

:;

n. broth, soup, pottage.


BapiiKusuMui; adj. anat. varicose.

cook:

||

jj

HuHf adj.
Baxxepi,

s. m. store-keeper; [ -epcKitt,
Baxxnapaji,*, s. m. mil. parade.
Banirepji;*, s. m. met. huddle.

adj.

BauiXi; adj. m. and pron. poss. (/". BJiuia, n.


Bauie), your; yours; do.a, your house; amo Baine,
this is yours; HnoKopnuu CMjia, I am your obedient servant or I am yours; eoAH saiua, as you
/'.
please: Bame Bucouecmoo, Your Highness; no
BameMy, in your manner, after your own way,
on; to diversify.
Bapsa, s. f. boiling, cooking; dressing (food); acccording to your wish, after your meaning; 6umi>
no BauieBiy, let it be or may it be as you wish.
brewing (beer).
BaaJio, s. n. chisel, graver.
BapHaKi, s. m. convict (in Siberia).
BaaJibHbitt, adj. sculptural, of sculpture; -naa
BapHHn,a, Bapna, s. /". boilery; brewery; \ Bappa6oma, chisel-work.
uu^HBiJt; adj.
Baanie, s. n. sculpture; carving: statuary.
BapHUfi, adj. boiling, fit for boiling.
BaaxeJtb, s. m. sculptor, carver.
BapoBiiKt, s. m. hand-leather (of a shoe-maker).
BaaxeJibHHft, adj. sculptural, sculpturesque;
BapoBHHa, s. f. waxed thread; tarred rope;
-HOC ucnyccmao, sculpture.
-BHHHbiii, adj.
Baaxb (pres. Baaio), v. a. to sculpture, chisel.
m. com. custom-house licence;
BappaHTt,
BOHBaaie; 6\ n. BOiiBKa, *. f. beating in,
dock-warrant; -thmA, adj.

cooked.

BapiaHT-b, s. m. different reading, explanation


(of a text), variation.
math. ast. mus. variation.
Bapiau,la, s.
BapiiipoBaTb, v. a. to vary, make variations

,s-.

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Bapt, s. m. boiling water; resin, rosin; pitch, driving in.


BCuBaxb, BGuxb (fut. Bo6bi), v. a. to beat
shoe-maker's wax; si. scorching heat (of the sun).
Bapa, s. f. dim. B.apbKa, brewing; mash-tub. in, into; to drive in, into (a nail); \\to knock in,
BacHjeK-b, s. m. dim. - jeqeKi., corn-flower, into: ceau, to pile; fig. to inculcate, impress
Bo6beiub e^ lOAoey,
blue-bottle; - abKOBMfl, adj. light blue; blue- (on the mind); e.uy smoio ue
one cannot beat that into his head; -ca, v. p.
bottle col ured.
to be beaten or driven \n\'\\part. p bOuxmA.
m. zool. basilisk.
BacnjiucK'bj
n. taking in, absorbing.
Bfinpanie,
BacnaiiCHHK'b, s. m. hot. meadow-rue.
BCnpaxb, Bofipaxb (fut. Boepy), v. a. to soak
BacHC,Haci., s. m. see $opTKa.
absorb, drink
Baccaa'b,.<^. Hi. vassal; -subHHtt, -ajibCKitt,adj. up, suck up, in, down; to sup up,
in, imbibe: to take in\a^ ce6H eoadgxh, to inhale
Bacca.ibCTBO, s. n. vassalage.
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\\

jj

Jl

'

il

*.

.s.

Bacb (accus. gen. of the pron. Bh), you; 6Aa- air, draw breath; H -ca, v. r. to introduce one's
imbibed,
todapw, I thank you; h amojiw, I love you; self, find one's way into; to get in; to be
amo djin, it is for you; .hu loeopa.iii o, we be sucked up, be soaked; ^xtr*. p. BoCpanHUfi.
B0JH3H, adv. near, in the vicinity, in the
spoke about you or of you; meneph Mun iie do,
in proximity.
neighbourhood,
you.
about
think
to
time
I
have
no
now
BfipacwBaaie, s. n. throwing in.
wadding; cotton.
BaTa,
BdpaCHBaxb, BOpocuxb, v. a. to fling in, throw
band, gang, company; fishing
BaTara,
f.
-oa,
in; to cast in, up: to dart in; to hurl, sling;
station.
BaxaacHTBCa, v. r. pop. to enter into a company V. p. r. to be throAvn in: to rush in, dart in; ^part. p.
BOpOIUCHHHfi.
or gang.
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.s.

;'.

&.

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BaxaacHbiii, adj. of a society; numerous.


BaTepOsiKUixari., s. m. naut. water-backstay.
BaxepBcttcb, s. m. naut. water-way.
BaxepBjMiiHr'b, s. m. naut. water-gammoning.
BaxepK.i03ex:b, s. m. water-closet; -XHiJti, adj.
BaxepaHHia, s. f. naut. water-line; -ueftHUtt,
ji

BOpw.'JriiBaxb,
in,

B6pwBHyxb,

v.

a.

to sprinkle

^wr^ p. BOphiBnyxbift.
BOiranie, s. n. running in; precipitate entrance.
inject:

II

Bfifeaiaxb, v. n. to run in, into.


BBiiaiHBaxb, see Bboahti. h Bboshti,.
BBajiiiBaxb, BBaJiixb, v. a. to tumble in,
throw in; -ca, v. r. to fall in, roll in: to preadj.
whole crowd
Baxepnaci., s. m. level (math.instr.);l -aCHUtt, cipitate; -JiH.iacb uihAaH moAna, a
rushed in: y ueio laaaa -.aiiJHCb, his eyes are
adj.
sunk in his heiiA;jpart. p. BBa.ieHiiHtt.
BaxepupviJ)!., s. m. waterproof.
BBo;i;eHie, s. n. leading in, introducing: introBaxepmaaur'b, s. m. naut. leather-hose.
Presentation of
Baxepmxar'b, s. m. naut. bob-stay; water-stay. duction (in a book); \ 00 xpa.\ro,

BObraxb,

:;

|j

ji

BaxHsaH'b,

s.

m. Vatican;

-HCKift, adj.

BaxHbiJt, BaxoiHbift, adj. wadded.

BaxpyiUKa,
-nieiHHft,

s.

dim..

- mc^Ka, curd-cake;

adj.

il

Baxi., s. m. fish, sort of skate.


Ba()feabHima, s. f. waffle-iron;
waffle-baker.

wafer-maker,

the blessed Virgin; -j(eHCKili, adj. b.donging to


the feast or concerning the feast of the Presenj,

tation.

BBCseHio, s. n. see Bbo3ks, Bbo31.


Bbosxh, see BBOSHTb.
BBcpraxb, BBcpruyxb, v. n. to throw in, cast
-ca, o. r. to throw or to cast one's
in, precipitate:

BBEP

self in; to fall (into poverty, misfortune); -rtiTBCH


e^ notu6eA.b, ^to hasten to one's ruin, to go to ruin;

BBeprHyxHft BBepaceHBifl.
BaepTEa, s. f. screwing in; -pTHuft,

part. p.

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BSAJI

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adj. that

jj

can be screwed

in.

BsepTHBaHie, s.n. see BBepTKa.


BsepTUBaxb^ BBep^HBaxb, BBepT^Tb, BBep-

BBOBHOe,

turn in, screw in; fig.


-kyxb KptoMOKh, to play one a chicane; -nyxb
CA08U0, to slip in a word; -ca, v. r. to turn in,
be turned in; to go in;i|to come unawares; ||j3art.
V.

a.

to

twist

in,

s.

n. entry-duties; import-duties,

BBOSHbitt, adj. imported; carried in; - naa


nouiAuna, entry-duties, import-duty, import.
BsoJiaRHBaxb, -Jioqaxb, v. a. to drag in.
train in.

HVTB,

adj.

import.

Bbojio, adv. pop. at

at

will,

pleasure;

see

BoJin.

BBopa^HBaxb, BBopoxHXb,

V.

a. to

turn

in.

BbIiRIi, see BouiKT..

j]

p. BBepnyxHft.

BBepxy, Baepxt,
at

the

top

of;

adv. up, above, over, upstairs,

upward, upwards; on the upper

BBtpenie,

s. n. intrusting, confiding.
Bfliipaxi., BB'ispHXb, v. a. (noMy ntno), to intrust
any one with, intrust any thing to any one, to
confide, trust to, commit to the charge of; to put
a person in trust of any thing; to put any thing

on high; am iHcuaetm 8^ smo.uh amaoKtb,


a A BBopxy, he occupies this floor, and I lodge into the hands of; / -pnat eny eocnumanie moabove; mo BBepxi, via ohusi, now up, now down; uxh dtbmeu, I intrusted him with the education
CMomprbmh, cmpthjiavib BBepxi>, to look up, shoot of my children; - ca, v.p.r. to be intrusted; to
up; eio KO.MHama BBepxy, his room is upstairs, confide in, to trust; oH^ e.ny - pHJica eo ecen^,
on tlie upper floor; noudeMtne BBepxTb (no .Mbcm- he relied on him or he confided in him entirely;
part. p. BBipcHHHft; -hbic moeaptt, goods in
HUHtb), come upstairs; nanuiuume amo BBepxy

floor; aloft;

jl

I!

write that at the top of the page; dmo trust, deposit.


BBHSBiBanie, s. n. knitting in.
n.\am%e BBopxy luupoKo, this dress is too wide
BBasuBaxb, BBasaxb, v. a. to knit in; to tie
in the upper part or above; njiunib BsepxTb no
ptbKn, to go up the river; BBepxy u oHusy, BBepxii in; to implicate, involve; to engage, force into;
H eHioh, upwards and downwards, up and down; to draw into, entangle; eto -saJiH e amo dn.to,
BBepxii dH0M7,, bottom upwards, topsy - turvy; they implicated or involved him in this busiBBcpxi> Hota.HU, upside down; om cmourm BBepxT. ness; - ca, V. p. to be knitted, be tied in; v. r.
HOia.HU, he stands on his head; nojiemnmh BBcpxi. to interfere; to meddle, intermeddle; ne -Baftxecb
ne eh coou dnAa, do not meddle with other
mop.uatuKa.HU, see TopManiKH.
peoples affairs; iii^ari. p. BBasannbiJt.
BaecxH, see Bboahtb.
BxHOauie, s. n. bending in or inwards, incurBBe^epy, ado. in the evening, towards evening.
BBHBaxb, BBHXf> (fut. BOBBH)), V. a. to intwiue, vation.
BrnCaxb, Boruyxb, v. a. to bend in, bend
-ca, v. p. to
interlace, interweave, twine in;
inside; to incurve, incurvate.
be interlaced, be interwoven; Jl^J^r^ p. BBHXufl.
BxHd'b, s. m. a bend inwards.
BBHBBa, s. f. BRHBaHie, s. n. intwining,

cmpammu,

il

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il

|j

BrayOaaxbca, -CHXbca,

intwisting.

Bbhbho^, BBHBOiHHtt,

adj.

for

intwining,

BrJiy6b, adv. deeply, profoundly.

to be intwisted.
n. screwing in.
BBUii^HBauie,
BBUHqiiBaxb, BBHHXMXb, V. a.
-ca, V. p. to be screwed iB;\\part.

BrJiaAHBaxbca, -ABXbca,

*.

screw

to
p>.

in;

BBBH^ieH-

fastly
H7b.ut

uj,u bbccxb, BBaxHBaxb,


V. a. to lead in, into; to introduce, show in, usher,
usher in; to bring in, induce, carry in, into; bbcCXH Koto 6^ doMn, to introducc one to a family;
BBCCXH Oh ynompeS-ienic, to bring into vogue, into
ffs
doMu, to lead into
use, come into fashion;
debt; bbccxh 3n pyr.y, to hand in, into; u we
BBe;^H nam, 00 iieKyiueHte, hibl. and lead us not
into temptation; - ;^HXb uh 3a6AyoKdenie, to lead
into error, to put a person on a wrong scent;
oOMum, to delude; bbccxh 87, uadepowKU,
e^
to put to expense; bbccxh koio at, doAOKiiocmb,

BBecxu

v. n.

to look stead-

at one; to stare; to examine; to observe;


6o.ine -Baiocb ea neio, mtbMT, 6o.%ne.... the

him, the more....


v. a. to push, press in.
B^H'feB;^HXbca, v. r. to take root in.
Bronaxb, Boraaxb (fut. bfohh)), v. a. to
drive in, into; Bornaxb sa ipo6o, to bring down
to the grave; Bornaxb 07, Haxomny, to lead to
consumption; med. Borniixb enympb (6o.in3nh),
to drive back or repel (the disease); Boraaji'b
om MHib dmo OS Konnuny, he made me pay dearly
for it; odna aap/i BroHHXii, a dpyian euiouumo,
never at home; ij/xiri. p. BorHanHMft.
BroH-b, .9. m. BroHKa, s. f. driving in.
BrpeOaxb, BrpccxH, v. a. to rake in.

more

Hltt.

BBo;^HXb,

v.r. see YrjiyCflflTi.-

CuThca.

Cfl,

observe

Brnexaxb, -ccxh,

Brpyacaxb, -y3HXb, v. a. to load, freight.


to install one in tlie office; bbccxh or, dmuB;^aBaxb, v. a. -ca, v. r. to give one's self up to;
cmeie aaKom, to put a law in force; bbccxh koio
eo 8Aadnnie n^h.u^, to put one in possession of; eio to submit one's self, addict one's self; to devote
BBCJiH on oAadibiiie, lie took possession: bbccxh one's self to, give one's mind to; -ca Oh u>py, to
a^ yfiuniKii, to hit one undergo or sustain losses; give one's self up to gambling; - ca ei naoojic[\prov. nAo.co ue KMidu, 8opa 8i tpnx7> ne bbo;^h, Hocvib, to give on(''s mind to devotion; ne -Baflopportunity makes the thief; -ca, v. p. to be led xecb 0* cnopu, don't enter into disputes; -ca e;.
- ca e)>
in, be introduced; to get into vogue; par^. p. paaapaim, to plunge into debaucliery;
BBe;i(eHH uit.
()6MaH7,, to be imposed upon, be cheated, be deBB6;^Hriift, adj. inserted; interpolated; H quoted; luded; to project, stand out; to r ommunioate with;
stated, alleged; cited; - uoe npedAooKeme, yram. to give into; muci, dmotm da.teno B;^aexca ot, .nope,
incidental proposition; -HUC auaKU, signs of quo- that promontory stands out a long way into the sea.
ji

j|

;|

|j

tation, invert(Hl commas.


Bbo^'i., s. m. introduction;
dthHie, taking possession.

Bbobhxb, BBeaxii,

lt;];aRJic>Hic,
jj

insertion;

no

oau-

import, ])ring in
(goods); i^to carry in; -ca, v. p. to be imported,
be brought in, be carried in; part. p. BBCSeHUMit.
BBU8Ka, s. f. ItB03T>, s. m. com. importation,
importing (Df goods); carrying in.
v.

a.

,1

(i

to

B;^anjHBaHic,

s.

n.

impression,

dcjircssion; (jncavation.
in;

B;^)iBjiHBaxb, B,a.aBHXb, v. a. to crush in, press


-ca, v. p. to \w crushed, be pressed, be bent
I

in;\\part. p.

B;i;aBJicHHiJft.

B;^aBni>, adv. of old, formerly.


lifl,iiA(t.ianiiH\o.f s.

n. inculcation.
v. a. to

BAaaO-HHRaxb, B^^o.iOuxb,

work

in witli

chisel:

out;

BE3T

B;^oxHyTB, ee BxaiaTi..
B^peOearH, adv. in thousand
flinders; paaOumb., to break into

to knock in >?ith;||to mortise, hollow


fig.6^ lOAoey, to drive into the head, to make
one understand; -ca, v. p. to he worked in with
the chisel, be heaten into; jjar*. p. B;ii6a6.ieHHMfl.
Bxa<ieK'B; Bxa-iiH) ado. far, a great way off,
distantly, far off, afar off, at a remote distance;
jicunibomh cewma, to live far from the world.
B^aJB, adv. a great way off, at a distance;
afar; ynxanib, to go far off, go a great way off.
BXBHrnuio, s. n. moving in, pushing in.
B^BHraTb, Bj^BMHyTb, V. a. to move to, push
-ca, v. r. to move in, be pushed in; to
in, into;

the

43

BaAJI

li

;[

mtbiiibCA, to fly into shivers,

pieces,

to

all

pieces; pasACinto pieces, into a

thousand fragments.

B;^pyr6pa^b, adv. pop. a second time, again.


B;^pyr'b, adv. suddenly; on a sudden; of a sudden, at once; yMepemb , to die suddenly; OHb
ijnxaAb, he set out all of a sudden: at once, at
a single stroke, at a time; gutieume AeKupcmoo
take the medicine all at once, at one draught;
together, at the same time; ue toaopume ocn
don't speak all together, all at the same time.
B;](pbi8r'b, adv. pop. entirely, wholly, totally.
|

il

go

in, enter,

part. p.

B;^BH:sHoii;

pushed

'(/'.

in:ftin,uK'o,

B^BHHVTHfl.

that may
drawer.

moved

he

or

in

B^yBaJibHbiit, adj. for blowing, inflating.


B;^yBaHle, s. n. insufflation.
B;i;yBaTb, B;^yHyTb, v. a. to blow in, inflate;
to breathe into; to inspire.
B;^yMMBaTbca, B;i,yMaTbca (eo umo), v. r. to
reflect on, dive into, go deep into a subject.
B;i,bixa.ibRHKi., s. m. -HHii,a, s. f. insufflator.

adv. double, doubly; twice, twice as


much, twofold; oHianapiue en, he is double her
npoiuuei cmouMocmn, to pay
age; aanAamunib
double the value; n.tamumh, to pay double, pay
twice as much; CKAadbieanib, to fold in two, to

Bj^Boe,

double.
B;i;BoeM'J., adv.

B;^uxaHie,

two together, two.

B^i^BoitH'B, adv. doubly, twofold; twice as

umo,

eudibvib

double;

to see

to

draw

adv. nine-fold, nine times more.


B;i;eBaTep6M'&, adv. nine together, nine.
B;^eprHBaTb, -raxB, -pnyTB, v. a. to pull in;

B^CBaTcpo,

draw

(air);

\\to

- ayTb numKy

in;

to thread

ob uto^Ky,

a needle; - ca, v. p. to be pulled in, be drawn


in, be threaded; to enter; I part. p. B^epuyTuft.
Bj^ecaxepo, adv. ten times more, ten times as
many; omOotaue ceoeio 6pama, he is ten times
richer than his brother; CAo:>Kumb 6y.Haty, to
fold a paper in ten.
B^ecaTepoMii, adv. ten together, ten.

-Haa

in;

n. putting in; threading.

s.

B;^'6Tb

a needle;

for threading, for putting

adj.

B;i,'bBaTb,

draw

breathe; to inhale,

uto.ina, bodkin.

Bjl.'feBaHie,

in,

v. a. to

inspire.

Bjl.'i^BiiJbHBijfi,

pay double.

to

n. inhaling, inspiration.

s.

B;^bIxaTb, B;i;oxHyTb,

much;

aan.iamumb^

in;
1|

(fict.

-ca,

v.

p.

r.

to put
thread
be threaded;

B;i;tiHy), v. a.

uumKy

B^i.'feTb

eb utoAxy,

to be put in,

to

B^^Hpaibca, Bo;^paTbca, v. r.
way in, get in with difiRculty.
B;i;o6aBORii, adv. more than

to force one's

i|B;i,bBiJ[i,

besides,

that,

s.

Ba^^RA,
B;i,-BJiKa,

threading-needle, bodkin.
setting in, enchasing;

$. f.
s.

B;^BTblft.

f.

sufficiently;

!|

piece

set in.

B;j;t.ibiBaHie,

B^iiabiBaTb,

s. n. setting in, enchasing, fitting.


B;i,-B.iaTb, v. a. to set in, enchase,

enshrine, incrust, inlay voitlr, -aaTb a.iua3b


nepctneHb, to set a diamond in a ring; to put in;
Ipart. p. B;^ijiaHHbift.
BereTapianen.'b, s.m. -Hsa, s. /". vegetarian.
s.

m. BerexapiaKCTBO,

s. h.

vegetarianism.
Be;i;a,

s.

f.

the

Veda (a sacred book of

the

Hindoos).
hearty,

om

full;

he ate to the full, he took his fill; y neio


eceto, he has plenty of every thing.
B;i;oBCTBo, s. n. widowhood, state of a widower,
B;i;oBCTBeHHbift, adj.
of a widow;
B^^OBCTBOBaTb, V. n. to be a widower, be a
widow; -CTByiomaa KopoAeea, the queen dowager.
B^^OBKiJt, adj. widowed.
B;i;oBbC, s. . laiv, jointure, dowry.
B^OBiiTb, V. II. to be a widow or widower.
B;i;oJiOHTb, see B;ta.i6iHBaTb.
B;^OJ()asKKy, adv. yHuvib, to learn by rote.
B^oJb, adv. lengthwise, lengthways, in length;
KOAonib, to split lengthwise; ilijrcp. along; udmu
pibKU,do2)oiu, to walk along the river, along the
road; nnnepetb, in length and breadth, up and
ft.**

in; ^ijmrt. p.

BerexapiaHHSMb,
s. f.

m. widower.

adv.

B;i;6B0Jib,

all;

dim. BAOByiUKa, widow;


widowly; -bbh mc7nb, see BiOBbe.

a(Z/.

B;i;oBei^'b,

go

<\

moreover, furthermore; into the bargain; after


in addition.
B^OBa, B;i,OBifi^a,

to

i|

Be;i,eHie,

s.

n.

leading, conducting;

Ij

guidance,

xoanucmaa, house - keeping, housedirection;


hold; cweJHoei, book-keeping; dw..t^, npoJtecco, the
pleading of a cause, the carrying on of a law-

BecTH.
Be^^epnaa, adj.

suit; \see

s. f. shop for the sale of hquors


by the vedro; see Be^po.
Be^epHHK'b, s. m. pail-maker.
Bej^eTii, s. m. rnil. vedette, mounted sentry.
Be;^HJio, s. n. vaut. hollow floor.
Be^po, s. n. dim. BC^^epKO, Be;^epoiKO, vedro,
pail, bucket; no.tuoe, bucketful; dojKdb Abcmz
naKb u3h -Apa, it pours, it is pouring with rain,
adj. containing
it rains in torrents; H -;^epHKitt,
one vedro, of the size of a vedro; -aaa GymuAb,
a Itottle containing one vedro.
Be^po, s. n. pop. fine weather.
down; fig. far and wide; anantb u nonepeib, to
BeAP*Tb, V. n. pop. to become serene.
be thoroughly acquainted with one, to know all
Bej^paHuit, adj. fine, serene (of weather).
the circumstances or particulars of.
Bes^ii, adv. everywhere.
it did not
B;^OMeK'b, adv. pop. Mun, 6ua<> ue

come

into

my

head,

did not

think

about

it,

it

escaped me.

B^ocTaJib, adv. pop. wlioUy, entirely.


B;i,oxHOBeHie, s. n. inspiration.

BAOXHOBeHHUiif,

adj. inspired;

-ho,

adv. with

inspiration.
s. m. -HHii,a, s. f. inspirer.
B;i,oxHOBHTeabHbifi[, adj. pertaining to inspiration, having the power to inspire.
B^^oxHOBJiflTb, -BHTb, V. a. to inspire; -ca,
r. r. to be inspired.

B;^o.vHOBHTeab,

BeBj^-ficymifif,

-cymnutt,

adj.

omnipresent,

being everywhere.
Be3;^'fecymH0CTb, s. f. omnipresence.
Beseaie, s. n. conveying, carrying (in a cart);
carting; driving (in a coach); transporting, ferrying
(in a boat).
BesHKyJiapHbitt, adj. med. vesicular, vesiculose, vesiculous.

BeSTU, BOBHTb, BaaiHBaTb,


carry; to cart;

V.

a.

to

convey,

to transport; wa vieACtn, to cart,

carry in a cart;- wa Aoxuadnxb, to carry on horses

BEKC

BEPB

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or by horses; ffo^ow, cyxuM% nymeM^, to convey


x^1bo^ ua puHOK^, to bring
by water, by land;
corn to market; to drive (in a coach, carriage);

j;

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imp. cMy BcaeTt, he has fortune on his side,


he has a run of luck, he is in the way of good
luck; MHn, ne BeaeTt, I have no luck, I have ill
luck; -ca, v. pi. to be conveyed, be carried, be
transported, be driven; [[^wr^. p. BeseHHwii.
BeKceaeii;aTeaB, s. m. -JibHHi^a, s. f. com. the
drawer (of a bill).
BeKceje;i;e3)aKaTe.iB, s. m. com. payee, remittee,
holder (of a hill).
BeEceJb, s. m. bill or letter of exchange; eudambua Mbe au6o icmji, to draw a bill on one's
name; "-ceabHtifi, adj. -HBifi Ki/ji^h r^^te of
exchange; - Haa Kuuia, bill-book; - HHtt nypmaM;^, bill-brokerage; - Htah MaKAep^, bill-broker.
BeKTopi, s. 7)1. pa^iyc^, vector, radius vector.
BeEuia, s. f. squirrel; mech. pulley-block.
V.

BeJiH'iaBHtt,rtdy. stately, lofty, majestic; haughty;


stately, haughtily.
BeJHianie, s. n. glorifying; dignifying; exalta-

-BO, adv.

tion, extolling.

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jj

Be.^6JIFo;^T., see

BeaHKOJiinHHH.

BeJieMy;i;pie,

s.

n.

great wisdom.

Beaeuy^pcTBOBaTb,

v. n. to philosophize.
Be;ieMy;i;pHfi[, adj. wise, very wise.
BejeHCBEift, adj. -saa dy.Hata, vellum paper,

woven paper.
Bejiep'feiHBOCT&, s. f. bombast, talkativeness.
Beaep'feiHBHfl, adj. talkative; bombastic; -BO,
ly, cally.
a^Zw.
BeJtep-Biie, s. n. grandiloquence.
BeaHEaHT>, s. m. giant; -Eaeina^ s. f. giantess;
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glorify;

to

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nymic name; KaK^ eaci'? what is your patronymic?


-ca, V. r. (ntb.H^), to exalt one's self; to glory
in: to plume one's self, be proud of.
BeaiiiecTBeHHOCTB, s. f. majesty, stateliness,
li

majestic

augustness; grandeur.

air,

BeaHuecTBeHHBifi, adj. majestic, stately; august,


grand;!] -HO, adv.
cally, lily, ly.
BeJiHiecTBO, s. n. majestj; Majestv (title of
Eh ,Your,
Eio
emperors and kings); Bame

Her Majesty.
Bej[HiHHa, s. f.

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His,

greatness, size, bulk, bulkiness;

aanada nepoou -hi>i, a star of the first


magnitude; cpedueu -hm, middle-sized; o6uhoecHHou -hh, ordinary sized; nedocmamoHHou -hh,
deficient in size; -koh) c% aumnw, of the size of
a cherry; om -hoh) ct. ouKa, he is as big as an
ox; math, quantity.
BeJH^ie, s. oi. majesty, greatness, grandeur,
Bota, the greatness of
augustness; sublimity;
God.
Beao;i;p6M'b, s. m. cycle track.
m. cyclist (bicyclist, triBeJiocHnc;i;HCTi.,
bigness;

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.s.

cyclist).

BeaocHH^jll'B,

ij

-KaHTCKili, adj. gigantic.

to cry up;
koio npeeocxodiigive the title of excellency to
one, to call one excellence; to call by the patro-

celebrate,

meAbcmoo.M^,

BepGjjoAt.

Bejer.iacHbiii, adj. loud-voiced, high-toned.


Bcjeainie, s. n. -Ji-BnHUfi, adj. see BcahKOJit. nie.

BeJinqaTejBHBiii, adj. magnifying, laudatory.


Be-iniaxB, v. a. to praise, magnify, extol; to

s.

m. velocipede, cycle;

j|

-;^HHft,

adj.

ii

- aHKOHbKift, great,
BeaiiEitt; adj. dim.
BeJiB, s.f. naitt. well-pump; see Jtaao.
grand; t<e.*o(?)K^, a great man; dnjio -JiHiafiuieii
BeJiBOoTT., s. m. naut. whaler, whale-boat.
eajKHOcmu, a most important business; Ilempi
BeJiBBOByjCB, s. m. Beelzebub, Belzebub.
Peter the Great; KH^3b,the grand duke (inBussia);
BeJiBMH, adv. obs. very, extremely.
uaa Khmuhh, KuHJ/cna, the grand duchess;
BeJiBM6:Ka, s. m. grandee, great lord; n -asu,
Matucmp^, grand master; nocm^, -Kaa uemupe- 2)1. the great; -acccKJft, -^HBifi, adj. lord's,
decflmmma, Lent (before Easter); i-Raa cedbMUna, grandee's; -ceh, adv. lordly.
passion - vfeok;^em^epmoK^, Maundy - Thursday;
BeJBMoarecTBO, BeaBMoaKCXBO, s. n. dignity of
prov. -Ka Oedopa, da dypa, a fine show and a a great personage, lordship.

jl

small crop.
BcJiHKorepnorcKifif, adj. grand-ducal.

Bej[nKo;^epa;aBHutt,

adj.

all-powerful,

most

BeJiBHi.,

s.

BeaBCB,

s.

BeJiBHic,
Bea-BTB,

potent.

m. naut. whelp.
m. naut. wale.
n. order, orders, commands.
n. to order, bid, command;jaajeuumu, to order
to order a fire;

s.

V.

BeJiHKo;^yiuocTBOBaTB, BeJiHKo;^yfflHHMaTB, eecmu mom,


to be magnanimous.
away, off, out; dtbAahme, Mmo oa.m -Jiiixx, do as
to forbid; e Beji*HO, not
BejiHEo;i,yiuie, s. n. magnanimity, generosity, you 'are bid;jle

V. n.

gi-eatness of mind.
BejiiiEo;i;yiUHBifi, adj. magnanimous, generous,
great-hearted: -ho, adv.
ly.
BejiiiBOEHa:KecEiJi; adj. grand-ducal.
BojiHEoa-nnic, s. n. magnificence, pomp; state;

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splendour.
BejiuROJii&nHBitt,

pompous: -no, adv.


BeaiiBouou^HBifl,
'

allowed, forbidden.
Bena, s. f. anat. vein.

Bencpa, s. f. ast. Venus.


BenepHHTi - rpeOcHB, s.
Pecten Veneris.

BenepHHT.
adj.

magnificent;

splendid;

Scandily
c.

noacB,

s.

m.

zoophyte,

^e'stuni

BcHcpii'iccKiiir, adj. med. venereal, syphilitic.

BeHen,iaHCKaH

most powerful, high and

mighty.
Be.iHRosiv'ieHME'B, s. in. - Hui^a, s. f. great
martyr; -HH'iccEitt, adj.
BcJiHEOHeEi, adj. rather tall, tallish, pretty

II

JneftcEaa

apB,

s.

f.

B('H30.iB, s. m. cipher, initials, monogram:


BeuacJieBrjtt, adj. -Boe umh, initials.
BoHiica, s. f. garnet; -coBBiii, adj.
BcHUSHuti, adj. venous.
BeHTH.iH]>()BaTi>, V. a. to ventilate.
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large.

BeJtHEOiioMijcTiiwft, adj. having large estates.


BcJiHKoiiocTHiiKi., s. m. -UHi^a, s. f. one who
keeps Lent.
Bo.iHKonocTHuA, adj. of Lent (before Easter).
BeJinRO]>o;i(iiKiA, adj. of nnble birth.
BoJinuopucjiuil, adj. tall, of great stature.
BcJiiEOOBftTCKift, adj. (if high life, belonging
to the fashionable world.
BcTHKOCTB, s. f. grcatncss; enormity; gravity.
BcJiiMiiBocTB, s. f. stateliness, state: majesty;
pride, haughtiness.

uau

verdigris.

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bot.

Veneris.

ly.

adj.

m.

KoHTHJiaTopi.,
]{cHTHJiaii,iH,

BeiipHi^a,

s.

s.

s. f.
f.

m. ventilator.
ventilation.

wild

sow, female of the wild

boar.

BonpB,

.s. m.
wild boar, wild hog.
BepiiMjtu, s. f. veranda, verandah.
]topaTpin!i>, s. in. chcm. veratrin, veratrine.
Bi'|>r)a, ,s. /
dim. Bepfio'iEa, willow, willowtree; sallow; willow-twig, palm-branch, palm-twig;
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-ftoBun,

adj.

BEPB
BepOeflHHKi)

hot.

in.

s.

money - wort,

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loose-

BEPT

BcpCH^MKiixopii,

s. w.

versifier, versificator.

Bepcn$iiK!mia, s.f. versification.


Bepcia, s. f. version.
Bep6J[H);^Hii;a, s.f. she-camel, female camel.
Bcpcxa, s. f. verst (3500 English feet); verstBep6JiH>;^UHKi., s. m. camel-driver.
- fijiio^^iiKi., camel; post; equality; each of the two faces of a wall;
BepOjiHt;^!., s. m. dim.
odHOtop6uU, dromedary, one - humped camel; ^\sl. the degree of age.
BepcxiiKi., s. m. dim. -xaioKt, bench-board;
-MXitt; adj.
I
shop-board; joiner's bench; -aquufl, ailj.
Bep6ju>ai:HHa, s. f. camel's flesh.
strife.

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i\

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BepCaJbffiiiMK'B,

s.

hot. agul.

m.

BepOHUil, adj. -hoc i^ocKpecefte, Palm-Sunday.


BepCoBauie, s. n. enrolling,
BepOoBRa, *.

liepcxauie, .s. n. laying out by liue; equalizing,


ranging; ijjrJH^ making up into pages.

BepcxaxouKa, s. f. print, justification.


Bcpcxaxb, V. a. to compare; mil. to equalize,
enroll, enlist, recruit; draw up in a line (soldiers); print, to make up
into pages; to impose; -ca, v. r. p. to compare
salicaria, willow-herb. one's self; to come up to, attain; mil. to fall into

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recruiting, enlisting.

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BcpfiOBiiTb, sa-, V. a. to
\part. p. BepOoBaHHBitt.
BepOoBHHK'B, s. m. hot.
recruitingrecruiter,
m.
s.
BepOoBiUHKi.,
sergeant, recruiting agent.
Bepsa, s. f. shoe-maker's thread.
BepBt, s. f. dim. BepBHi^a, cord, string.
Bep^^HRTT., s. in. verdict.
BcpeBKa, s. f. dim. -eBOiKa, rope, cord; string;
Kpyma/i, tight rope; prov. om u^^ necKy -kh
0bem^, he would skin a flint.
BepeBo^HHK'B, s. in. rope-maker; rope-mat.
BepeBOlHHfi, adj. made of rope, of cord.
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line;

to be ranged.

Bepcxaxb,

print, composing-stick.

5. f.

BepcxoBoii, adj. of a verst; cwo.t^s, mile-post,


mile-stone.

m. giddiness, vertigo.
to spit, put
m. spit; omuKumh ua
on a spit; rtni. trochanter; -xeabHbift, adj.
BepxeabmHET., s. m, turnspit.

BepxeiKT.,
BepxcJii.,

s.

s.

[j

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BepxenncxHfi,

adj. cavernous, full of caverns,

of caves.

BepxenHnKi, s. in. -Hun,a, s. /'. a troglodyte.


adj. rope-like, twisted.
Bepxenx., s.m. cavern, den, autre; paaSouHiiBepe;^iiTb, v. a. to spoil; to hurt, injure.
uiu
a den or cave of robbers; -enHWtt, adj.
Bepe;i;jiHBufi, adj. ulcerous; sore, tender.
BepxHroJiOBKa, -xHuieftKa, s.f. hird, wryneck.
m. furuncle, abscess.
Bepe;^'b,
BepxHKaabHOCXb, s. f. verticalness.
Bcpeara, s. c. pop. whiner, whimperer; -araHBepxnKaabHHa, adj. vertical; -ho, ady. ly.
BBitt, adj. whining, whimpering.
BepxKift, BepxaHBEJfl, adj. vacillant, unsteady
Bepesacanie, -pemanie, s. n. whining, whimBepeBiaTUii,

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.<f.

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(of a vessel).

pering.

BepcsKJiTt,
BepefiKa, s.
boat; see

pop. to^ whine, whimper.


dim. -pec^Ka, wherry, small

V. n.
f.

Bepea.

Bepenuii,a,
row; series.

BepxKocxb,

s. f.

vacillation, unsteadiness.

Bepxaiur-b, s.m. anat. condylus, knuckle; ijari.


trunion; pivot, spindle; axis; \\join. wimble, brace,
hand-brace, breast-borer, crank-brace; y mbrm^
shackle; -aioaiHMfi, adj. -naa onaduua, anat.
acetabulum.
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s. f.

file,

troop, range, band, flight,

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BepecKjeTt, see BepecKJieTi.


BepecKi, s. m. hot. heath, heather, sweet-broom;
BepecKOBbift, adj.
Bepec/B, s. m. hot. juniper; -cobbiA, adj.
BepexeHHi^a, see flmepHuia.
BepcTeHO, s.n. dim. -TCHAe, spindle; pivot;
axle (of a balance); arbor (o/" a grindstone); \\7umt.
shank (of an anchor); art. caliber-stafif; I -TenHuft, adj.
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BepxjiaBOCxb, s. f. excessive nimbleness.


Bepx.iaBHfi, adj. too nimble, mobile.
Bepxorpa^^apb, s. m. si. gardener.

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BepeTeHOo6pa3HHft,

adj.

fusiform,

spindle-

Bepxorpa.H'b,

s.

m.

si.

garden; orchard;

-a;^-

][

HEifi, adj.

Bepxonpaxx., s. m. giddy
weather-cock, giddy fellow.

BepxonpamecxBO,

s.

goose, giddy

n. giddiness,

head,

thoughtless-

ness, giddy trick, volatility.

BepxonpauiHXb, -auiHiiMaxb, v. n. to be giddy,


be volatile, be thoughtless.
BepeTeHmHKi., s. m. spindle maker.
BepxonpaiuHWfl, adj. giddy, volatile.
Bcpexbe, -eTHin,e, s. n. coarse cloth, used to
ventilator;
s. c.
whirligig;
Bepxymita,
f.
wrap corn in for transporting it in carts.
weather-cock, giddy man or woman.
Bcpemara, s. f. omelet.
BepxiBHie, s. n. turning round; twirl; rotation.
Bepemaxb, see BepessaTt.
BepxiiXb, BepxuBaxb, Bcpnyxb, v. a. to turn,
Bepea, s.f. dim. -peftKa, post, door-post, jamb;
turn about or round; to whirl, twirl; Ko.ieco, to turn
pettHUit, adj.

shaped.

.s-.

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a wheel; 0}ia BepxHXi> .uy.}ice.\n, KitKi eii xouemcn,


Bcpsiiaa, s. in. a big fellow, a big blockhead.
BepiarH, s. f. pi. chains, irons, fetters; -iia- fig. she turns her husband round her finger; to
,;

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HEiiJT;

adj.

BepBH,

perforate; to A^i\h6ypaoo.H^, to bore; -ca, v. r.


to turn, turn round, about; to roll; acM.vi BepxHXca
ooKpyn co.tHm, the earth turns round the sun;
mucM'ta .HHCMu -x-B.iHCb // new e^ VKioeib, a thou\\

>\

m.

pi. fort,

BepMHaioHTb,
BepHHuicJb,

works.

vermilion.
s. /'. vermicelli; j -.iBHHfi, adj.
BepHiepi., s. m. vernier, nonius.
Bepnyxb, v. a. to call back; to make one
return; CoO?* dcubtn, to call in one's money; to
s. in.

sand thoughts ran in liis head; pajioaopo -x-BJca


OKOAO odiioio npe.d.Hemn, the conversition ran on
the same subject; ece ocmaAbuoc Bepxiixca ua
nomepnnuoe ope.mi, smoMz, all besides depends or turns on that; om
recover, regain, retrieve;
uaMa.ibHUKa, lie pays
adoposhe, ajmme, to recover lost time, health, Bepxiixca see okoao cooeto

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an opportu- court to his chief; to tergiversate; to use strat.igem;


come again, to shift; neneio -xnxbca, toenpume npaedy, don't
go on in a round-about way, but tell the truth:
turn back.
may turn
BepoHHKa,. s. f. hot. veronica, speedwell;2>2/- KaKi HU -XHCb, a n.iamnmb nado, you
and twist as much as you please,^ but pay you
ucnnaa, brook-lime.
must; 9mo caooo y mchh >ia M3UKib BepxHXCa, tlie
BepnoBaHie, s. n. naut. towing, warping.
part. p. BepBepnoBiixb, v. a. u -ca, v. r. naut. to tow, warp. word is at the tip of my towgwa;}

sight:

CMj'iau,
-CH,

nity;

V. r.

to regain or retrieve
to return, come back,

';;

Bepni,

s.

m. naut. stream-anchor.

iieiibiJ!;

giddy petulant.

BEPT

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mnan

Hacmh, top-piece, upper part.

BepxoBHOCTb,

s.

supremacy:

sovereignty,

f.

superiority.

BepxoBHMii,

adj.

-Haa

BeyxoBoiif;

supreme,

s.

oAacmume.tb, a sovereign.
adj.
m. an outrider;

upper;

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Aoiuadb, riding-horse, saddle-horse; -Baa


nsda, equitation, riding; horsemanship.
BepxoBEJfi, adj. upper; lying up the stream;
-Bua .HibcniHocinu, the countries up the river;
eibmepb, east wind, easterly wind.
BepxoBbe, s. n. source (of a riocr); upper part,
upper side; the country up the river.

-Baa

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BepxorJiaj^HHiaHie,
BepxorJia;i;HHi!JTb,

s.

>i.

gaping.
to gape.

n.

o.

Bcpxorjia;!;'!., s.m. -ii^Kii, s. f. gaper, ninny.


BcpxOM'B, ado. on liorsjhick, astride; M()um6

on liorsebxck, to mount a horse, to ride;


nadumb un naAouKtb, to ride a cock-horse, ride
on a hobby-horse, ride on a stick.
BepxoM'b, ado. heaped, quite full; to the top;
.M7bpumb,trj give heaped measure; upwards; above;
npoumu, to pass by the upper part.

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BecejibUHRi., s. m. rower, oarsman.


BeceJbHhiii, adj. of oars, rowed with oars.
BeceJbnaK'B; s. m. jolly, merry fellow, jovialist,

head;

sovereign;

jl

to

-aoe auho, cheerful look;


0KU3Hb, merry life; -aaa Ko.Mnama, merrymeeting;
Hpaeb, jovialness; amusing, diverting,
entertaining; -Joe apibAuitie, a diverting sight.
BcceJibe, s. n. rejoicing, diversion, merriment,
mirth, delight, pleasure, joy, jolliness, joyfulness.
merry, joyous, jovial;

supreme power, supremacy; c?/()5,

e.iacmb,
supreme court;

BECB

Bec6 JOCTB, s. f. gaiety, cheerfulness, merriness,


good humour, hilarity.
Bccejufij adj. dim. -jeubRifi^ gay, cheerful,

Bepxaiitt, adj. whirling, rotatory; easy to be


turned.
Bepi|)b; s. f. dock-yard, timber-yard; wharf,
shipwright's yard: Bep0flHi>itt, Bep(|)HHft, adj.
Bepxnifi; adj. upper, higher; over, superior;
&maoteh, the upper story; -nee nAatme, overcoat;

rejoicer.

BeceHuifi, adj. spring, vernal; BeecHHee epcMH,


spring-time, spring-tide.
Becjio, s. n. dim. Bece.i&ne, oar, boat-oar:
pacnamuoe
single-handed oar; beater, peel,
spatula;
y Ka.HemmiKoeb, beater, lime-rake.
BccJiapHff, s. f. oarmaker's shed.
BcCHa, s. f. spring, spring-time; -hoh), adv.
in spring, in spring-time.
BecHOBJiTb, sa-, v. n. to pass the spring.
BoCHOBJiTbifi, -Hyiu^aTMft, adj. freckled.
Becayxa, s. f. pop. spring fever, vernal ague.

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BocHyiUKa,
freckledness;

BeCHaHEa,

-HyiuKH,

s.f. freckle;

ar,

/jZ.

-nyuiKax'b, covered with

s. f.

freckles:
freckles.

insect, spring-fly, may-fly,

phry-

ganea.

Becxa, s. f. ast. Vesta (planet).


Becxaasa, s. f. vestal.
BecTH, BecTb, v. a. irr. indef. Bo;^uTb, to
BepxyuieiHHfi, adj. apical.
BepxyiUKa, s. f. dim. -lueiKa, top, summit; lead, conduct, guide, direct; aa pyvy, to lead
npaewAbuyio awu3Hb, to lead a
head; <)epf(?a, the top of a tree; xo^3<a, summit by the hand:
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Bepxi,

s.

m. upper part,

top,

summit;

tiptop,

upper-story (of a house); crown of the head;


luyou, the outside or covering of a fur; na
jj

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Bepxy,
\yflg.

Hasepxy;

see

B^pxy,

kt,

see

Ksepxy;

summit, highest pitch;


pinnacle or climax of glory; amoue-

zenitli, pinnacle,

CAaou, the

cuacmifl, it is the height of misfortune; odep,


to prevail on one, to get the advantage
Mcanib
of one; to have the upper hand, have the best

of

it;

to

be uppermost.

Bepqeaie

round:
s. n. boring; turning
(disease of sheep).
Bepiua, s. f. weel, creel, bow-net.

BepiuaTb, BopmiiTb,
ecute, conclude;

a house);

s.
.s.

v. a.

jj

avertin

BcpmeHHHii.

n. conclusion, crowning.
summit, top; ridge (of a

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Bepmuxe.ib,

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ji

vershock long.
Bftce.iiiTb, V. a. to rejoice, cheer; to enliven; to
merry; prov. huho -.iiitt. cepdue hca lanKa,
wine gladdens tlie heart; -ca, v. r. to rejoice,

make

enjoy or divert
to be merry.

one's

self,

amuse

one's

Beceale, see iiecejbe.

BeccjRa,

dim. -.lO'iKa, whisk, stirrer.


dim. -JCiibKO, joyfully, gaily,
merrily, clieerfully; jKuvib, to live merrily; nuMb
6uAu oueiib
we amused ourselves very much;
CMomptbinb un nuxi, it is a pleasure to see them;
CMompwmb na amo, it is not amusing to see it.
lie
BoceJOFipaBHMli; adj. of a cheerful temper.
BucoJio,

s.f.

ado.

hold conferences; mil. to


caou podb onib aua.Henumuxh
or take one's origin from
illustrious ancestors; BO.niiTb cb kumu KO.MnaHtu),
to frequent company; to warp, bend, bow down;
to stoop; owapo.Mb doom Bo;^eT'b, the heat warps
the planks; y mchh noiy Be;^eT^ (cydopotou), my
leg is seized with cramp; to breed, rear (animals);
to increase; Bo;^HTb ymoKb, tyeeu, to rear ducks,
geese; coll. om u yxo.ub ne Bt'j^eT'b, he does not
take the least notice of; -ca, v. p. r. to be led, be
conducted, etc.; dmomi <)6unau Be;^eTca uadpeoAe,
this custom has its origin from ancient times;
MbniocHucAenie Be;^eTca cb P. X., time is reckoned from the birth of Christ; |^jar*. /;. Bo;^eHHbltt.
BeeTiifnoJb, .s. m. vestibule.
BecT'j., s. m. naut. west: west, westerly wind;
BUCTOBhift; adj. west.
toaopu,

s. tn.

clieer: to

Ij

to

negotiate,

mount- parley;

-iiHHiJfi, adj.
-iiHi^a, s. f. accomplisher,
cydeob, the accomplisJier of one's destiny.
finisher;
BepinHiiKT., s.m. an outrider.
BepuioKTb, s. f. dim. <mmneR'hfyiii-shok (16-th
summit, top, peak; fig.
p'lrt of ail arshinc);
knowledge,
smutiering;
superficial
superficies,
BepuiKii xaamnmb, to get but a superficial knowledge of things; -lUKOBMli, adj. of vershock,
ainj;iis.)urce (of a rtwer^;

life;

accomplish, ex(a rick of hay,

to

top

to crown,

|i

Impart, p.

BepiucHie,
BepuiiiHa,

si'Jf;

Bo;^HTb aa noch, fig. to lead by the


nose; BO;i;HTb ubeu pyKom, yna nueamb, to guide
eeOji, to behave, behave
one's hand in writing;
Aoiuadeu na eodonou,
one's self, conduct one's self;
to take horses to water; om eio ocfody Bo;^HTt, he
takes him everywhere; bo^^htb no topody, to take
one about the town; qo^^utb naAbneMb no cmoAy,
to finger the table; Bo;^iiTb CMWiKOMb na cmpycaou
Ha.Hb, to pass the bow over the strings;
dttAo, npoueccb,
drbAa, to manage one's aflairs;
mopioaAto, to
to carry on a business, a lawsuit;
nepen iiCKy, moptoeun khuiu,
carry on a trade;
cuemu, to hold correspondence, to keep books,
xoaMicmeo, to keep house;
cnemi
accounts;
deubia.Hb, to keep an account of one's money; bofl,WiTb dnmeU micmo, to keep children neatly clad,
nepeto dress them well; tfOMy, to make war;
regular

of a hill.

to capitulate;
npeOKOob, to derive

|1

ij

||

|i

\\

||

jj

Bocb,
Beeb,

s. f.

village.

and /jro/?. (f. Bca, n. BCe, pi. Bct),


whole, total; ciopmyKb uaopoaub, the coat is
all torn;
cenmh, the whole world; n BCIO HOHb
the whole night; jqyulie cnii.ib, 1 did not sleep
uamb nu Boio ILiaHoecKym, to shout, to disputtt
as loud as one can biiwl: novib u Bt'a hcOoaiu,
all,

adj.

BECB

see BoTi.; Bct deuhiu uadepoKcinu, all the money


are all alive; BCfe
it spent; oHU BO/fc jKueu, they
CKOAhtco naci hh ecvih, every one of us; Bcfe, all,
every one, everybody; Bcfe amo anaiorm, every
one knows it, all know it; tipu bccmt. moMi, co
Bci^Mii fnibMi, in spite of all that, for all that;

erjMMa, sum total: h bccb


Beer, ht, M(tmb. he
yours;

BCH

am

ealu,^, I

wholly

image
is the very
nm
of his mother.
BccbMa, ado. very, much.
BcTCpaHt, s. rrt: veteran.
BeTcpHHupifl, .s. /'. veterinary medicine: farriery.
BeTcpuuapHHtt; adj. veterinary.
BexepHHapi., s. m. veterinary surgeon, veterinarian, horse-doctor, farrier.
BoTHniKeT'B, .V. m. mil. braid (of a hiissnr^s
shako).
BexJlii, s. /". hot. common white willow; -Jl6|l

white willow grove.

/u.

.V.

dim. -lue^Ka, rag.


rag-gatherer,
s. m. -HHi],a, s. f.

/'.

Be.TouiHHK'B,
rag-man, rag-woman: fripper, fripperer.

BeTomHHMaTb,
BcTomuKii),

press

ham;

/'.

'

-quHHHfi,

adj.

n.

s.
s.

f.

see

f.

v.

Beii^H,

a. to

squeeze

in.

B.?a;i(H, ado.

behind; in the background.

adv. behind, hack, backward, backenepcdh, up and down, to and fro,


II
wards;
hh enepe^^, neither
backwards and forwards; hu

forwards nor backwards.

BsaeMTt, BsafiHM, ado. as a loan, in loan, on


63Hm^ - mfj, to borrow; damb - Mu, to
lend; h ne aio6a>o daoamb - mij, I don't like lending.

credit:

s.

a reciprocal verb;

reciprocity, mutuality, soli-

f.

-ho, ado.

|,

B3aHMo;^BficxBic,

BsaaKaxb,

s.

mutual; I4at0ji5,
ly.

chem.

n. reciprocal action;
Ij

owm

ij

hot.

Julian-flower, hesperis.
Be^epniti, adj. of evening; vespertine; -HJia
MOAumea, evening prayer; -Hee epeMji, eveningtime, even-tide.
Be^epHfl, s. f. vespers.
BeqepoMTb, BenepKOMi., adv. in the evening;
enepa
last night: jaempa, to-morrow evening.
Be^ep-b, s. m. dim. BC'iepoK-b, - poieKi,
evening, evening-time, eve, even; west; ca )jmpa do
-pa, from morning till night; npotnaUme do -pa,
about, towards
good-bye till this evening: nodi
,

mutual assistance, help.

f.

to be shut up.
B3anpaB;i;y, ado. coll. really, verily, indeed, in
,

truth.

BsanycKH, adv. in emulation of each other,


with emulation; 6mamb , to vie with each other
in running, run base or bars.
BsaiexT., ado. on account, in part payment.
Bsainea, Baauieft, ado. by the back; eumamb,
to oust, drive out; to kick out.

BsGajiaMyxHXb, see BaaaMyxHTt.


giddiness, inconsiderateBsOaaiMOUiHOCXb, .
/'.

ness, foolishness.
adj. giddy, foolish; -naa to-ho,
fellow, a madcap;

BsOajiMOiUHHfi,

vesper;

s.

AaKaxt.

see

BsaMBHT., ado. instead of, in lieu of, in return.


BsancpxH, ado. under the lock, under lock and
key; depMcamh, to keep under lock and key;

nocH^tijKH.

evening-star;

BoaKMy),

(fut.

|||)i.

B3a;^'b,

of

senescence, decaying.
BcxiUiiXB, H3-, V. n. to get old, grow old: to
decay, go to decay.
BciepHUEa^ s. f. evening party.

BxHuaxb, BXiixb
in,

essence.

dim. - u^HiEa, a small thing:

f.

BsaiDionuuou^b,

ragged;^.do, a row

tude, decay.

BeiepHHi^a,
Be^epHHi^a,

n. matter, substance;

s.

s.

Beu;B, s. f. thing; object, article;


things, effects, goods, luggage.
BacMB'J^, ado. alive, living.

to deal in rags.

v. n.

adj. rag,

infirm, frail, decrepit, worn out.


BexxosaB^THbifi, adj. of the Old Testament.
BeTXOsaEUHHEJH, adj. of the old law.
BeTxocTB, s. f. ancientness, oldness; decrepi-

BexiHHa, s.
BexmaHie, s.

Beii(uu,a,
trinket.

reaction.

old clothes shops, rag-fair, rag-market.


BeTonib, s. f. BexoiULB, s. n. old rags, frippery:
old clotlios, old stuff.
BeTXiA, adj. old, ancient; worn out; - xoe
3a8n>m7>, the Old Testament;
tiAambc, old coat;
ji

BemecxBeHHbittjOc^". material,substantial;;i-Ho,

adu. ly.
BemecxBO,

darity; return (of feelings).


BsaiiiUHbiu, adj. reciprocal,

veto.
s.

B3By

BaaHMHOCXb,

BhlAf adj.
BeTJiaHHiiKi.,

BeTO, s. T).
BeTOiUBa,

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.looa,

ado.

;j

a hare-brained
ily, ly.

BafiaaxbiBanie,

j|

n.

s.

shaking up.

BsOaaxMBaxb, BsCo-ixaxb, BsCcixnyxb,


shake up; -ca,
BsOoJiTauuutt.

to

o.p. to

I!

v.

a.

be shaken \xp;ilpart.p.

BsCapadouiHXb, see Bapa6oraHTB.


BaOeJCHHXb, v. a. perf. to enrage, irritate,
chafe; -ca, o. r. to grow or get extremely angry,
ii

irritated; to chafe.

V. a. to shake up, beat up:


churn (butterj; -ca, v. p. to lie shaken up,
one fine be beaten uiy,)part. p. BsOiixtifl; -xua causku,
odum npeKpacnuk .mmHiu
evening:
summer's evening: y nacu cetoditn , we give an whipped cream.
BsOapaxbca (fut. BsfiepycB), v. r. to climb
evening party to-day; prov. ympo -pa Mydpenne,

>,-,.

Yxpo.
Be^epixb,

n. to decline (of the day), decline

towards evening: to get dark: yjKe -p^exi., the


day is declining.
Beiepa, .s. f. supper, evening meal; TauuaH,
the Lord's Supper.
hole

in

mill-

stone.

BsOopoHiiXb, see Bopouuxb.


B36pacbiBaTb, BsOpoCHXb, o.
up;

to

dart

hurl,

up;

ij

a.

to

part.

throw up,
B36pu-

p.

ineHHbiA.
BaOpecxii, v. n. irr. to mount or ascend slowly;
to come, occur; mhw BsOpeao a yMh, it occurred to me, it came into my mind; toeopumb, mno
-pcAeTT. Ha yMh, to say what comes uppermost.
B36pM8rHBaxB, BSfipMSHVXB, V. a. to splash
|!

BeqopoiUHifi, adj. pop. of yesterday.


Beqop-b, ado. pop. yesterday evening.
Beianid, ad,j. of spring, vernal; see BeceHHifi.
BeinaaKB, s. m. sluice, sluice - gate, paddle,

mill-gate, flood-gate, stop-gate:


BemcBOft, adj. of things

and

articles;

Ben^ecxBeHuocxB,
substantialness.

s.

f.

materiality,

up, spurt up.

BijOyrpuxB,

tech. trough.

see

Bemt.
tiality;,

up, clamber; to ascend, mount up.


B36o.ixiiXb, -XHjxb, see li36a.iTHBaxL.
B3()opo3;^i^XB, see Bopo3;;HXb.

toss

Beiepaxb, v. n. pop. to sup.


Be^ea, s. f. dim. -^eftKa,

'

jl

see

c.

BsOHBaxb, B36uxb,

to

substan-

see

ByrpHXb.

B.<}0y;^opa3KHXb, see By;^opaaIHXb.

Ba^vHxoBaTb,
B36yiKa, s. f.

see

Byuxoeaxb.
noAynumi -KV,

coll.

a reprimand, be hauled over the coals.

to receive

BSB-B
BsO'^raHie,

s.

running up.

n.

BsCtraTb, BsO-ltKaTb, v.
na lopy, to run up a hill.

48

B3j];y

sheep's-eyes; sight, eye, eye-shot, eye-beam; aspect;


opinion, mjnd, point of view; .HUM0AemHuh,6ibi.i.uu
eye-glance; npu Bsrjia^i na, at a view or at a
glance of; nunmo ue ynpoemcH omz eio BSrJiaj^a^
nothing escapes his eye; na .mou emo xopomo,
;]

-xaTB

run up;

n. to

to extreme anger; to

-ca, v. r. to be driven mad;


coduKa -CHjacb, the dog grew mad, rabid; ]|_par^ according to my judgment it is well; u.^mm eihpHuuna ocmu, to have a sound judgment of things:
p. Bs6^m(iHnhiA.

Bs6'!kcuTB,

to excite

V. a.

madden, drive mad;

;|

BsBa^^'UBaxB; v. a. to put on the reins.


B3rjia;^bi paajiuHuu, there is a dififerent way of
BsBaacHBaTb, see Bsboahtb, Bijboshtl.
seeing things; y ecaKaio ceou , as many men, as
BsBaaHBaHie, s. n. charging.
many minds; na
by sight, according to appearBsBaJiHsaxb, BSBa.iuTb, v. a. to load (a bur- ance.
B3rjia;i;brBaxb, Bsraaayxb, v. a. to cast, throw,
den on); Mibiuom ceOib na cnuny, to lift a sack

burden, load; to lay against; to fling a look, a glance; to look upon, give a look,
ceon doAhiayw ooyay, to take to glance; oua cepdumo "Hyjia na MeuH, she cast
charge upon one's self; -jihts e^iuy ua me an angry look, she looked angrily at me; -ca,
Koio, to charge a person with a fault; -ca, v. r. V. rec. to exchange looks: I -ca, v. imp. naKb-mo
to roll one's self upon; to tumble upon; part. p. eMy na amo -nexca, how will he look at it or

on one's

liack;

impose;
a great

-jhte m

ij

to

jl

j|

|;

BSBaaeHHuit.

like

BsBapuBaxb^ BSBapiiTB,
enough:

!i

BsBap'b,

s.

(fut.

drive up:

Ihunt. to start, dislodge; to rouse.

f.

BsBecTH, see BsB 0:11; HTB.


BsBHBaTBCfl, BSBHTBCfl,

m. driving up, starting.


B3roHH>), v. a. to

s.

Bsroaaxb

boiling up.
m. decoction.

s.

it.

BsroHi.,

to boil up, boil

BaBapcHHEJtt.

to bang;||pr#. p.

BseapBa,

a.

v.

BsrpeMixb, see SarpeMixB.


BsrpoMasacHBaxb, BsrpoHos^HXb,
V. r.

to

in the

rise

up,

v. a. to pile
to raise;
-ca, v. r. to raise one's
scale; to clamber, perch, roost; part. p.

heap

uj);

Jl

soar (of birds of prey); to mount; to twine

air; to

up:

ij

to disappear, vanish.

BsBH^^i&Tb,

crime

dmo

BsrpycTHXb, BsrpycxHjxb,

a.

BBUsmBaTB, BSBusrHVXb, V. 11. to set up or


give a piercing scream.
B3bo;i;hxs, v. a. to lead up; to erect, raise;
KypoKi, to raise the cock, to cock (a gun);\\fig.
na KOio, to impute, bring upon, accuse of; ho, ueio
BSBeju

\\

B3rpoMoa:;teHHEitt.

perf. to recover one's sight


(after cecity); a c -^^'feat ceibtna, fig. my sight
became confused.
BsBiisrHBaHie, s. n. utterance of piercing
screams, shrieking.
V.

to

self,

npecmyn.ienie,

they

imputed

this

to him; \\part. p. B3Be;^eHRBiii.

v. n.

imp. to get sad, sorrowful; to grieve;


ujiu

cxHVJiocb no
mind his

e.uy

got sad calling to


home-sick.

u -ca,

cm

v. r.

-cxayai.

ce.Hhthy no poduutb, he
family, he got suddenly

B3;i(BaHBaxb, B3;^B0HXb, v. a. to divide in two;


(the roics); to turn up a second time
(ground).
II

to double

\\

Bs^Buaceube, see Boa^BHaenBe.


Bs^eprHBaxb, B3;i;epiiyxb, v. a. to raise up,
lift
up; to jerk up; to draw up; -ayxb Hoc^, to
get proud; -nyxb na euobMiny, to hang (a criminal); part, p. B3;(epHyxHA; -xufi hoct,, snub-

BsBO^^HKifl, adj. of a platoon.


BsBO^ii, s. m. leading up; mil. platoon; noJ^l{^ nose, a nose turned up.
npoiue.i% B3B0,T;aMH u.iu noBSBoj^HO^ the regiment
B8;i;emeB-BXb, v. n. to become cheap, fall in
defiled by platoons: notch (of a gun-lock).
price.
BsBOSuxb, V. a. to convey, carry up; to cart up,
B3;i,Hpaxb (fut. BS^epy), v. a. to tear up, break
drive \x^\lpart. p. BSBCseHUBitt.
up the superficies; v. imp. to swell; -ca, v. r.
BsBOSi., s. m. carrying up; ascent in a vehicle. to force one's way up.
BsBOJiaKHBaxb, B3BOJi6<ib^ V. a. to trail up.
B3;i;opKXb, B3;^opHnqaxb, no-, v. n. to quarrel
BsBOJHOBbiBaxb, BSBOJiHOBaxb; V. a. to raise, with, pick a quarrel.
raise up, stir up (waves); to move, agitate (huB3;i;opJiHBOCXb, s. f. quarrelsomeness; quarrel\\

||

;i

jj

j]

\\

mours); to

irritate;

- uoBaxb cmpauy,

Hapodr,,

the country, rouse up the people; -hoBaxb cmpacmuy nyocmua, to raise the passions,
to agitate the senses; om, cmpamuo HOBaH'b, he
is in great agitation, emotion; eio xetKO >HOBiixb,
he is easily moved; -cjr, v. r.p. to raise one's self;
to be roused, be agitated, be moved; ||j3ar^. jj.
to

raise

j}

BSBOJHOBaUIIbltt.
BsBbixb) V. n. perf.
BBt>itaTb,
lift

ItSBtcb;

6-.

disposition.
B3;i;6pJiHBbift, adj. quarrelsome.

B3;^opHOCTb,

V.

||

p. to float, wave up.


m. weighing;weight:j quantity weighed
v.

B3;^(>xi>,
noc.rjbdiiiii

|i

HsrapKHBuxb, -Knyxb,

v. n. to set up a bolloo.
look, glance, gaze, view; 6pof-umb
,
to cast a look, a glance; cmpotih
,
a severe look; odiiuMb Bur.ia^'^oH'b, at a glance; c.o

liHTJiHJi'h,

s.

tn.

neponio Barjiiij^a, na neiwuh

at the first glance,


at first sight, at first view: at first appearance; ch
Ddiioto i<:tr.ia;^a; at a glimpse, at one glimpse;
npucma.\,bi(UH
,
a fixed gaze, fixed stare; uniK,

iiue,o.itof).ieuHbie

BHr.ik^M, amorous glances: iron.

n.

s.

a rise in price.

BBB^iiiiiBaniC; s. n. weighing.
BsB-BiuiiBaxb, B3BiKcuxb, V. n. to weigh; fig.
to weigh, ponder, consider; to turn in the mind;
- ca, V. T. to weigh one's self; ^part.p. BSB-BiueHbiff.

triflingness, absurdness.

B3;i;opoiKiixb, B3;^opoHtlIXb, v. a. perf. to raise


the price, render dearer.
B3;^op'b, s. m. absurdity, trifle; nonsense, fiddlesticks; necmu
,
to fiddle-faddle, talk bosh.

B3;^oxnyxb,

I,

f.

price.

at once.

If

s.

leBs^^opiibitt, adj. sottish, captious; absurd;


jioetbKj,, captious, quarrelsome person.
B3;^opo%ajibifi, adj. grown dearer, risen in

B3;^opoacaHic,
to set up a howl.
o. to Tiiise, raise up,

to sob;

B3B-iiHXb;
up, heave up; -ca,
||

some

s.

.see

one's last.
Bs^i^parnBaiiie,
shuddering.

BsApaninaxb,
to shrink;

with

fear:

BsjuxaTB.

m. sigh; breath, gasp; ucnycmuvih


to give the last gasp, to breathe
s.

n. sliivor, shivering, shudder,

B3;i,i)orHyxb,

v.

n. to sliudder:

BiJ^^poruyxb om?. cmpaxa, to shudder

H3;^po^Hyxb

oi&

padocnm,

to thrill

witli pleasure.

B3;^peMaxb, B3;^peMHyxb, v. n. to doze a little,


slumber a little, take a nap, a little nap.
B3,^yBiinle, s. n. blowing up; swelling, inflation,
distension (of the stomach).

Ba^^vBUTb,

B8;;yxb,

v.

a.

to

blow up,

inflate.

Bsjiy

49

to inflame; BSAyTb oioub, to light a fire; to swell;


to rise; to beat, thrash, give a good drubbing to
[]

oae.uV. imp. y mchh B3jt,f.xo


swelled or swollen; -ca, v.

jji/kij,

my hand

is

swell, rise,
inflate, distend; to inflame; ,2J''^- P- B3;i;TTMtt.
B3;i,yMaTii, v. a. perf. to think of, on, upon,
about; "to imagine; to have an intention, to intend;
to take it into one's head; ne - MattTC pascepdunihCH Ha amo, mind you don't get angry about
to

r.

B3PH

B3Hax'b,

swing upwards, flourish, branodnu.Mh BSMaxoHi., at one

m.

s.

dish, sweep; stroke;


sweep, stroke.

BsManHBaxb,

BSHo^itixb,

make

wet,

to

v. a.

wet; to drench, moisten, soak.


B3MiimiiBaxb, V. a. to raise

a scaffold;

||

-ca,

to rise by a scaffold.

V. r.

B3MeT'b, s. m. first tiltli.


B3Mexi.iBaxb, BSMcxaxb, BSJiexuyxb, v. a. to
OHh - Ma.Tb yibxamh 3% ^puHuuy, he took it fling up, throw up; -ca, v. r. to throw one's self
it;
into his head to "go abroad; -ca, v. imp. (KO.My), upon; to fall upon (in anger); [to fly at;\\2)art. p.
to take into one's head; e.\ty -MaJiocb, the idea BsitiexaHHuft.
BsMoaiixbca, V. n. perf. to go imploring, beoccurred to him, it camo into his mind.
||

,;

B3;^y{)UTi.,
V.

n. to

V.

to fool; to

r.

fool,

play the

behave or to act

-ca, seeching;

fool;

B3;^yTie,

s.

B3MupHUK'b,

m.

s.

hot.

wrack-grass, sea-grass,

zostera.

into a passion.
tosis;

to crave.

IJ

foolishly; to get

med. pneumameteorism, tympanites.

n. swelling, inflation;

Musoma,

B3;i,yT0CTb, s. f. see BsAyxie.


B3;i;u6JiHBaTb, B3;j;Ki6HTb, v.
strappado (a sort of torture).

B3;i;HMaHie,B3;i,HMaTb,

see

BsMopbe,

s.

shore of the sea, beach, coast.

n.

\\

BsMocxiixb,

see

BsJioiiixb, see
a.

to

give the

BsMamEBaxb.
BsMaiHBaxb.

Bsmymaxb, BsiiyxKXb,

muddy, render

to

a.

v.

turbid.

Bo3J];HMaHie,Bo;j-

J^H aiaxb.

B3H0CiiXb, BSHecxu, V. a. to bring up, carry


up; to pay in, into; to deposit, disburse, lay out,
contribute; see Bo3HOCHTb;|j -ca, v. p. to be paid,
be paid in; to be slandered; ua Meun -Hocnxca
ecanaH Heuujiiina, they charge me with unheard
of things; jj>-f. p. BsaecenHbiit.
BsHocubifi, adj. payable, to be paid.
B3Hoc'b, s. m. BsHOCKa, s. f. payment, deposit,
II

B3;i;MxaHie, s. n. sighing; breathing.


B3;i,bixaTeab, s. m. -nni^a, s. f. sigher; fig.
suitor, wooer; admirer, aspirant.
Bs^TMxaxb, -;i,0XHyTb, v. n. to sigh; to long
after, for; to breathe; dau -nyxb .iomadMh, let
the horses breathe or take a little breath, let
installment, imbursement.
them blow.
B3Hy3;i;biBaxb, BSHys^^axb,
B3;i;'feBaTb, BSj^liTb, v. a. to put on; see Haon the bridle.
;^bBaTb: jjjar^. j3. B3;i;iBTbift.
jj

,1

BsHMaeMocTb, s. f. taxability, taxableness.


B3HMaHie, s. n. collecting (of taxes); gathering.
B3niHaxb,

a.

V.

collect

to

(taxes);

to gather;

jl

- ca, V. p. to be collected, be gathered.


BsHpaaie, s. n. looking on, upon.
Bsapaxb, Bossp^Tb (fut. B033pH)),

look on, upon; to consider; e


standing,^ in spite

Bsjaraxb,

-paa

to

na, notwith-

Bs^npaTb.

see

Bsofixu, see BocxoAHtb.


B3onpi.ibi&, adj. pop. sweating, in a perspiration.

of.

Bsonpixb, pop.

Bo3:iaraTb.
BsjaMUBaHie, s. n. breaking open.
see

BsaaMUBaxb, B3aoMaxb, BSJOMuxb,

v.

a. to

break, break open, up; -ca, v. r. to break, be


hroken; part. p. BsaoMaHHbiii, BSJioMJieHHbift.
B3.ieJii>axb, v. a. to take care of; to bring up;
to fondle; j^ari. p. B3Jie.iiaHHHtt.
Bs.iexaxb, Bsaexixb, v. n. to fly up, take
flight; to be blown up; xuapo -xaex-b, the balloon
is rising or rises; -xixb na eo3dyxh, to explode,
be blown up.
BsjiexT., s. m. flying up, upward flight.
BsJiHsa, -u3HHa, s. f. dim. -suHKa, bald place
1|

-on

see

B30P'b, s.
ecn BsopH, to attract

na Koio,

to fix one's

BsJOMii, s. m. breaking, breaking open, into;


KpaoKa CO BSJOMOM-b, house-breaking, burglary.
BsJi'^saaie, s. n. climbing up, scaling, escalade.
Bsj'i&saxb, BS.Ttaxb, v. n. to climb, climb up,
clamber up, scale, escalade; no.i3KO.H7,, to creep
na cmmiy^ to climb or scale a wall.
up;

B3Juo6HXb,

see

B3HaHUBauic,

Bo3JK)6HTb.
s.

v.

allurement, seduction.

to

to get tall; to increase.

B3pacxHXb, see Bospamaxb.


BapaiHocxb, s. f good, fine,

looking.
B3paiii,aTb, see

BsjoManie, s.n. -JioitiRa, s. f. see Bzaowh.


BsJOMuxb, -MHXb, see BsjiaMtiBaib.

nomynumh,

upon;

eyes

ceoa

ycmpcMUVih B30pBi

down; o6pamamh

B3jHE0Baxb,

Bo3;iHKOBaTB.
BosaoatHTb.

all eyes;

BSopH, to look
on, upon, towards; omepanayuh BSopH, to look off.
BaoxKHyxb, v. a. perf. see B-rHKaxb.
B3pacxaxb, Bspacxa, v. n. to grow, grow up;

cast one's eyes

ance.

see

see lIpiTb.

BspuBaHie.
see BspuBaxb.
m. look, glance; o6pamumh na

BsopBanie,
Bsopsaxb,

the temple.
B3JiH3HCXBifi, adj. having bald places.

Bsjioasuxb, see

heat;

p. B30rpixfiitt.

BsoApaxb,
a.

to bridle, put

a.

B3o6paxbea, see BaSHparbca.


Bsoraaxb, see Bsronaxb, BoaroaaTb.
B3orptBaxb, Bsorpixb, v. a. to warm up,
||/)r^.

V.

v.

pretty

Bspa^Hbitt, adj. pretty, handsome,

appear-

nice;

good-

Bospamaxt.

BapcB^Tb, see Sapesixb.


Bspociocxb, s. f. mature

age,

full

growth,

adultness.

BspucjMii, adj. grown up, adult.


Bspocxaxb, Bspocxii, see Bapacxaxb.

B3pyOaxb, B3py0iiXb,
to split;

;j

v. a.

to

hew

up, cut

off;

to erect, build (timber work).\

BspyOei;!.,
work).

BapyO-b,

s.

m.

frame (of timber

B3puBauic,s.>i.the act of exploding;seeB3pHB'L.

BapuBiixb, B3puxb, V. a. to dig up, rake up;


B3}iaHHBaxb, BSMaHiixb, V. a. to lure, seduce,
allure; to entice, attract; -ca, v. p. to be seduced. to turn u\r.'\part. p. B3phiXHii.
BspiJBaxb, BSopBaxb, v. a. to explode, blow
BsJHauuHBOCXb, s. f. seductiveness.
BsNaHiRBbiii, adj. enticing, alluring, seducing. up; to burst, Aeton?Lt&\Kopa6.ih, to blow up a
ship; .u2/, to spring a mine; fig. to revolt,
BsMiixHBaHie, s. n. flapping (ofwings).
BsMaxHBaxb, BSJiaxayxb, v. n. to flourish, irritate; v. imp. .venn dmo BSopBa.io, that roused
-ca, v. p. to explode, blow up;
brandish upwards; to swing; -HVXb upu.ibn.ytu, to mv indignation:
part. p. B3opBauHLifi.
to' be blown up;
flap or clap the wings.
|j

|l

'

B3PLI

50

BHJI,H

Baaxo^HnKi., s. to. -Hni^a, s. f. bribe-taker,


BapuBHofi, BapbiBOiHun, adj. explosive.
extortioner, peculator; -HHiecKlft, adj.
BapwH^nBRift, -Buaxml, adj. explosive.
BaaxoiHn'iecxBO, s. n. concussions, mercenaBspwBT., s. m. explosion, blowing up; detona|1

,to explode,
tion, detonating, bursting; npo)i3Gecmi<,
to burst, blow up; to detonate, to detonize.
B3p&i;i;aT&, see SapHxaxh.
BspH^TiT. (h.i-), adv. see HaBspHAt.

riness, venality.

Baaxb,

V. a. irr. perf. (fat. BoabMv), to take,


away, from, up; to take or lay hold of; to
3a py>cy,
cii.iom, to take by force; to capture;
seize;
to take by the hand; dibAO ei pyKU,to undertake the
Bsps^iTle, s. n. digging up.
affair; ca .wew/j B3a.iH 3a smo dea 'py6AH, 1 have paid
Bspuxb, see BspuBaTb.
BspMx.iaxb, Bsphix.iHTb, V. a. to render ligbt two rubles for this; Co neio eu emo BaajiH.' who
told you that, what gave you cause to say that,
(earth, ijround).
Bap-BSKa, s. f. Bsp'feai., s. m. cutting open, dis- where did you bear that? ee^ajo, to have the overhand, the upperhand;
cooe, to get one's own
secting.
way; uasadT,, oSpamuo, to take back, draw back,
BspisHBaHie, s. n. cutting open.

take

Bsp-BSHBaTB, BspisaTB,
dissect;

-Cfl,

|i

lipart. p.

v.

p.

to cut open,
a.
open, be dissected:

V.

to be cut

withdraw; a3a5ft
nasado

word;

money; 6's

Bsp-DsaHHHfi.

Bspt>3i., adv. brimful, chokeful.


BsieponeHHTb, v. a. pop. to

give

sound

Ksa.i'b
jtSH.ik

caoe

denua,

ceudvjme.ui,

to

retract one's
or back one's
to witness; eto

to

c.ioso,

to call

in

call

cmpaxh, he was seized with fright; eio


oxoma nymemecmooeamh, he was seized

with the desire to travel; om Bsa.ix. sa otceHom doa


(of do.ua, his wife brouglit him two houses as pornod7>
aKKopdH), mits. to take a chord;
tion;
hair).
BsTbepoiuHBaTb, BsteponiHTb, v. a. to dishevel cmpaowy, to lay hold on, to arrest; ?< n.nrbm, to
(half); to bristle, touse; -ca, v.r. tojiristle up, capture, to take prisoner; 6'o.i?o, to take one's
stand on end (of hair);lpart. p. BS-beponiCHHwii; own way, to disobej; to listen to nobody; koio
i-HHaa loJioGa, head with dishevelled, disordered oo pyKio, to keep a tight hand over a person; too
ce6ib e^ zo.iony, to take something into one's head;
hair.
B8T.ifi;!;aTbca, Bsi-BCTbca, v. n. pop. (na koio), OMs Baajcb y.uo.\n, he owes all to his wit; om
to fall upon tooth and nail, have a spite against eob.m Baajii., he has all that can please; om, hu
daimy HU eio omeui, he is the very picture of
one, owe a grudge.
his father; umo B3aj['b! well, what did you gain
B3i.t.3j?;i., s. m. ascent; ride up; fort, talus.
Bs'b'bsaiaTb, BSTi-BxaTi., V. n.. to ride up, drive by this? Co neio neueio, he has nothing to give;
amu.m, Huueio ne BOSbMeuib, you will gain nothing
np, ascend (in a vehicle).
in that way; uopim BOSbMHl the devil take it,
BsMBaHiO; s. n. invocation.
da u, without the slightes^t
BsBiBiiTb, BossBaxb, V. a. to invoke, invocate; how the deuce! coll.
warning; ouh B3a.iXi da it y6iboica.n,, om B03bMH
to call to: part. p. BOSBaHHUii.
Bsbirpaxb, -ca, v. n. perf. to leap for joy; to da a yCibiu, and without a word he was off;
rejoice.
Ipop. BoabMH i.iaaa ei 3y6u, consider the matter
BsbiCKaHie, s. n. calling to account, exaction; well; nmo saaxo, mo comno, give a thing and
punishment, penalty, pain; pay, payment, re- take a thing is the devil's plaything; Bi^axbca,
covering (debts); )iodamb oeKceAb no -hIh), to follow V. p. to be taken; u.r. -ca sa umo, to undertake,
up the payment of a bill of exchange; nedou.HOK'o, begin to do; -ca 3a eociiaynunie dibmev., to undertake the education of children; ne 3namb, 3a nmo
recovering of arrears.
BaiJCKiixciib, s. TO. -HHi^a, s. f. person who -ca u KaKh -ca, not to know what to do, what
calls one to account; requirer; exactor, exact- course to adopt, and how or in what way to
begin; h .uoiy -ca 3a ocHKym pa6omy, I can turn
ress.
my hand to any thing; -ca sa opyMic, to take
BsMcrcaxeabHOCXb, s. f. exigence, severity.
particular, up arms; to take upon one's self; to attempt: om
exigent,
BsbiCRaxeabHbiJi,
adj.
ceoeu npu- -.ica no.Movh na.\th, he took upon himself to help
exa(;ting, severe; ouh oneuh -.leai.
grow reasonable; omnyda
us; -ca 3a yM^, to
CJiyin, he is very exacting with his servants.
Baajiocb y neio manoe Soiamcmau? from where
BsMCRnBaaic, s. n. exaction.
BaucKiiBaxb, BaucRaxb, v. a. (ct, koio), to did he receive such a fortune? omuyda uu Boabexact, require, recover; cj/()o.s, to prosecute, to MHCb eojiKo, suddenly there appeared a wolf; otosue (at law); ca Hew -CKa;iH ooh yCmrnKii, he was icyda om Bsaacfl? whence did he coTaf?\\part. p.
obliged to pay all the damages; ('wa komi,), to Bsaxbitt.
Bii6p>iu,ia, s. f. vibration.
ask account, to call for an account; to punish; ocn
BaOpiipoBaxb, v. ti. to vibrate.
amu c.iesu na aac^ Hoih Babimexi, God will ask
BBBaxii, interj. hurrah
you the account of all those tears; cz. neio cmpoio
BiiBHCeKi^ia, .s\ f. vivisection.
BBuinyxT. 3a 9mo ynywenie, he will be severely
Biiruiib, s.f. ^oo/. vicunia;ii vicunia-wooI;|l-6Hepunislied for this negligence; to seek; to load with,
thrashing.

BstepoineHic,

s.

dishevelling

n. bristling,

||

Ij

\\

l|

ij

jj

||

II

11

II

1|

||

to

fill;

-CKiixb

.Hu.'iocniHMUj to load with favours,

gifts, to favour; j^fov. Hn,M% koio

j)dh

ce6tb moaice

B8Biu;cuib,

ctmeuib, as you

make your

oiie-

lied

-ca, v. j). to be required, be


BSiJCKaiiHbiit.
BabiCKT., s. 7)1. recovery; proceedings; prosecution, n^quisifion; claim.
ItahiiHiini., s. m. -ii^iii^a, s. f. exactor, requirer,
claimer.
oopamiio, taking
HaiiTio, s. n. taking; capfure;
so

you

must

t;xacted; ji/jar?.

lie;

||

ji.

||

back, withdrawal.
BaaxKa, s. f. dim. -xo'iira,
||cx(ortion: concussion, bribe;

trick

(at cards);
-kh, to
crmmit lu'ibery: ci, neio kh i.tadna, tliere is
noihiiig to gain from him: -xoMin.iii, adj.

Opamh

BKItt, adj.

IlH;^aaHrt, ndj.
BH;^a.ibiHiiHa,

mon

who has seen much.


pop. common thing, comf.

s.

sight.

nH;(,axb, v.a. to see often; no iie, he is not


one sees nothing; h huto be seen; naucto ne
ueio nodoOtiato ne -;i,a.'ii>, I never saw^ anything
similar to that; neio n ma.uh ne -;^a.ii>! Ivi^
nothing to do there! -ca, (;. rec. to see one another often; to visit one another; ci:o.ibKO .inrm,
CKo.ibKo 3H.Mr, .HU 716 -J^il.^IlCb, it is au age since

||

we have met;i|^jar<. p. niiAaJiiiwft; -iioc mi smo


dih.ujf was such a thing ever seenl
Bi(;khmo,

immense

adv. visibly; by the ejo;7ie,


iie, tliere
iiapody 6hi.uj

qn;intity;

an
was


an immense croMd
done

evidently; omxuevidently he would have

of people;

dmo,

cdib.iamb

vin.%0

1|

it.

Bhahmoctb,

s. f.

percep-

visibility, visibleness;

tiiiility.

BiiAHMwii, adj. visible, pcrceivablo, evident,


apparent; toj^wjoKm-o, visible horizon; Bar,, ccmb
leopei(<h eceto -aiaro u neundiiMaio, God is the
Author of all things visible and invisible; - moc
Bojichmo Moiywecmea, the evident
iqxj/ie.ieiiie
manifestation of God's power; 6e3b -Moii npumiHu,
without an ai)parent cause; no -momv, loc. adv.
see ELoEHjinMOMy.

Bu^HO,

imi).

V.

it

is

clear;

it

is

seen;,

to be

sees, that he is ill; u 6e3i


oinH, one sees clearly witliout lights; tto eceMij,
WHO, it is evident, all shov/s, all proves that; eio
dcucKo, he is seen far off, from far; see BHAtTt.

HVio

uo.ienh,

OUT,

one

we
oiih
Bii;i;HO, adv. seemingly, apparently;
npiibdenn, apparently he will not come.
Bif^^HUii, adj. evident; apparent, visible; conspicuous, eminent; -Hoe dih.io, a clear case; aanu.namb -Hoe no-iooiceme oa ctiunm, to occupy an
eminent position, make some figure in the world;
Oo.\ro
eio naxodumcn na ca.MOMh -HOJii. .\mcm)b^
his house is situated on the most conspicuous
place; stately, good-looking; .w^;>/c'/Ha, a stately
man; -Haa Jioniadh, a superb horse.
BiiAHi&Tbca, V. 11. to appear; to be in sight, be
visible, be seen; 6da.v.(, -H-ibcTCfl topa, far away
ii

a mountain

aspect,

view;

s.

- Henia

phase, phasis, variety;


.r?/w, the phases of the
n.

moon.
BHji.onBM'feHaTBCa,

v.

to

n.

vary, change the

aspect.
Bh;i;i., s.

m. face, countenance;

air, look, aspect;

be shows me
noKasueaemo .mh nedoao.tbHUu
a displeased face; Owau upuHH.iu (?/)^^o^t, affairs
haughty
have taken another aspect; Had.\teHHUu
a healthy, an unair; adojioeuh, neadopoouii
OUT,

healthy look; d.iaiojJodHuu, a noble aspect; appearance, sight; njju BVji^'fi eio om, d2}0.')H;iiim, he
shudders at the sight of him; [[figure, form; oho
npiinfi.i7,cmapiiKa, he assumed the figure of an
old man; Oo BHj,t. anieAu, under the form of an
angel; d.iH bh^^v, for form's sake; sight, eyesight;
nomepHtrib U3h BM;i,y vmo, to lose sight of a thing;
n3^ BH^y, out of sight; a% BH;i;y neio, in sight,
within sight of, within view of; in consideration,
in behalf of, on account of; 6umb eo Bii^y, to be
in sight; no BH;^y, c^ Bu^^y, by sight, from eyesight;
ne mepmmb ust, BHj^y, to have or to keep an eye
over one, upon one, not to lose sight of one; to
have a watchful eye over one; nocmaonnib (ko.hij
to observe, to animadvert; ne cmoii.io
Htno) na
cmaeiinib Ha emou ouiu6ku, there was no occasion to make any animadversion upon this blunder; 6umi ua BH;i;y y uaua.ibcmea, to be in favour
with one's chiefs; landscape, prospect, view, point
of view; npe.iecmmie bu;^ej, beautiful landscapes;
semblance, show, appearance, exterior; nudo bh^^OMi. dprj'MCu^ under a show or pretence of
friendship; ncAbSH cijdumb o Awdnxi no Bu;iiy,^ one
must not judge people by appearance; ci BH;ty,
BH^^OMii 0?/?. noxo^HCh na oOesbHuy, he is like a
monkey in appearance: utrpi/Mcuuuvm.iz, 3e.M.iH,
configuration of bodies, of earth; jdnAavtb u.iu nojj

!j

Kasmamb^mno, to feign, to pretend, make as if


make as though; om, dnaaenih, mno nxf, ne

or

eudunn, he feigns not

to see

them;

view, prospect,

design, aim; oh vii}i,axj, oonecmeeunoh


no.ibsu, in consideration of the public good, with
respect or regard to the pnlilic good; y new 07,

intention,

BH^y

mo.xbKO tinmejjecu, he has but his interests


view; K.Mumb bu^m umo, to aim at a thing;
OHh n.vibemo es Bu;i,y ooAbudn uuiodu, he has the
prospect of great profits; KUKie y each buj^u uo'
cueim amoto, what are your intentions, designs
concerning this: species: sort: kind, wise, way;
pusmie bii,t;u .sfpa.Mopa, different species of marble;
}iodo ovoK.ua Bii,r,i!MH, in botli kinds; ;- BUji.'fe coamna, by way of advice; a?, Bii;i,'fe itonyuKu, by
right of purchase: permission, passport: h mcurne.ibcmooj passport; na nodh naKUMh bu^^omx, by
no means, in no wise; ne nij);a3amb a Bii;^y, to
pretend ignorance of anything; e nbiinoMb bha*)^,
in a drunken state; eh .na.ioMh bha'I'j on a small
scale; aiida.i;, n bh;i;h, I have seen much of life;
Bii^i.ftM'ii ne eudanib, it was never seen.
in

;i

!l

BH;i,biBaT&j V. a. h eio
merly, in former times.
BH;i;ijHio,

-Baai,

saw him

for-

n. sight; vision, apparition.

s.

to see, view; eto ne.ib3H, he is


y'\sihle;npedcmaeAenie do Konua, to see the
eo cnw, to dream, see in a
performance out;
dream; cfl/w, to have a dream: do.u-o y-me -^ijeH'B,
the house is already seen; Hproy. veto ne -j^hiiib,
mo.Mh He opedumb, out of sight out of mind;
-Cfi, c. rec. to see each other, one another; .h?6
HyMHo C7, neit -ca, I must see her; mu yoKe
have seen one another; -ca, v.
-.H'liJiHCi., we
Bnjl.'fcTb, V. a.

not

j|

ii

ji

imp. to seem, dream; .Hnn


it

seemed

BH^i.'fejioci.,

dreamed;

to me;\\2Jart. p. BH;i,'feHHUi'i.
s. m. indecl. vis-a-vis.

BMsrauBufi,

BHji;OB<)ii, adj. of the kind; see BTS.f.'h.

BH;^0H3M'fcHeHie,

BHJIO

BHsaBif,

visible.

is

51

adj. squeaking, shrill, whining;


a squeaking voice.
BasroTHa, s. f. squeaking, screaming.
BHsrjHTb, s. m. -ryHLa, s. /'. squeaker,
squealer, whiner.
Biiarii, s. 711. squeak, squeal; yelping, whining;
nuAbi, screaking of the saw.
BnaacaHie, s. n. squeaking, yelping.
BnaasaTii, BusrayTi., v. n. to squeak, squeal,
whine, howl, yelp; to scream; to screech (of an owl).

lOAOCb.,

Basara,

Eaanra.

see

Bii3H{)Ka,

s.

Basiipb,

V.

a.

to vise, visa (a passport).

n. vizierate; viziership.

s.

m.

s.

n. vise, visa.

s.

BiiSHpoBaxb,

BHsapcTBO,

ranging-pole.

tech.

f.

BHSHpoBaHie,

vizier;

eepxaenuii grand
,

vizier;

-pcEitt; adj.

BasHTaTopt,

s.

m. inspector; visitor;

-opcKift,

adj.

BasaTai^ia,

s.

f.

visitation,

inspection;

visit

(of a doctor).

BasiiTEa,

/'.

s.

morning

coat.

m. visit; cdib.iamb, to visit, pay a


-axBEjii, adj. -aaa K^i7oA:rt, visiting card.
visit;
BaKapiJt, s. m. vicar, suffragan; -apHBili, adj.

BasaTi,

s.

Ii

||

vicarial.

BaKapcTBO,

s.

n.

vicariate, vicarship;

jj

>CEiiij

adj. vicarious.

Bhkobctbo, s. n.
BuKOHTi; s. m.

viscountship, viscounty.
viscount; -Koaxecca,
t

s.

f.

-oaxcKift, adj.
BaKCaxBBi>, s. m. oil-cloth.
BaKXopiaJibHUii, adj.denh, victory day.

viscountess;

il

BiiJiai^a,

BaJiRa,
link;
II

s.

f.

b<it.

ivy.

dim. -ao'iita,
- JO'iHWii, adj.
s.

f.

fork;

mech. fork-

BaJiKOBMft, Baaoft, adj. headed (cabbage).


Ba.iKooOpasHMil, adj. forked.
BiJ.TJia, s.

Bn.ioK7,,

f.
s.

villa.

m. dim. -JioiCK-b, head of cabbage,

sprout.

BajLooOpasHHff, adj. forked, forky.


Hiiao'iKa,
bone.

s.

f.

dim. see \i-aAv.a,:\anat. breast-

4*

BWJlTy
BuJiTb,

Bhjbi,
jiasiH na

s.

52

eodtb

dmo ewe bha mere chance, a

pitchfork; pitcher;

pi.

nncauo,

it

is

waiting for dead men's shoes.


BHJibiypa, s. f. vilchoura (a coat of wolf
worn the hair ow^swZe); -ypnuii, adj.

BHCB

BiiHonoCHHft, adj. wine-producing.


BniionHTie, s. n. use of wine.

m. hot. lark-spiir.

s. f.

BHHoniflD(,a,

s.

wine-drinker.

BaHOToprOBen;!..
BuHOCioBie, s. n. argument, proof, cause.
BHHOCJiOBHOCTb, s. f. causality.

BHHonpo;i;aBeii,'ij, see
s fur,

BHJiaJbmHKTb,

s.

m.

-iii;Hii,a,

s.

f.

BnHOc;iuBHBitt, adj. causal, causative, showing


the cause; ^adeawo, gram, accusative case.

shuffler,

shifter.

BKHOToproBen,!.,

BHJiaHie, s. n. shuffling, shifting.


Bhjihtb, BHJi&HyTb, V. n. to turn here and
there; to change direction in running; co6aKa
-.laeT-b xaocmo.Hh, the dog wags its tail; /if/- to

BBHOToproB-ia,

person).

f.

wine-trade.

BHHOiepneu.'B, -lepnift, s. m. cup-hearer.


BHHxapua, s. f. BaHTeCeJib, s. m. see Bhhto-

ji

om
tergiversate, use evasion; to shift, shuffle;
-jraeTi xaocmo.vo, he shifts, he shuffles (of a

m. wine-merchant.

s.
s.

pia-B.

BuHxiiTb, V. a. to screw, worm; to play a


sort of whist; \part. p. BHHqeHHuft.
BBHTOBaJiBHUft, adj. - Hoe pi/MCbe, rifle-barrelied gun; -naa docKa, screw-plate.
BnHTOBajibHa, s. f. see BaHTopt
BnaxoBaxb, sa-, v. a. to screw, worm, rifle
['i

guilt, fault, wrong; blame; cause:


f,
blame
ceaA^tnn b^hhy '^Ha'dpyiow, to throw the
QOther; biihom dmoii ccopu 6u.io
of a thing on another;
HedojMOi/MMiie, misunderstanding was the cause
eio bhuij, (a g mi); I to caracole.
of this' quarrel: amo cdibAajiocb ne no
BHHTOBKa, s. f. dim. -TOBOiKa, rifle; carabine,
that did not happen through any fault of his:
-BOinbifr, adj.
coanatocb 8b ceoeu BHH'b; I acknowledge my fault; carbine;
BHHTOBoft, adj. of screw, screwed, spiral; na.MOH, my wrongs.
screw-steamer; wa^)635, mech. channel,
Bnarpaji;!., s. m. art. cascabel; button;, -a;i;HUfi, poxodh,
turn, worm, thread of a screw, fillet of a screw;
adj.
-Baa launa, screw-nut; -saa jiunin, geom. spiral;
BHH;!;3eftJib, s. m. naut. wind-sail.
deuiame.ib, screwhelix; helical line or 'curve;
BuHerpeT-b, s. m. vinaigrette (a dish).
- propelling;
- Btia pacnopxa,
screw
propeller,
accusagram.nadeMh,
adj.
BHHHTeJbHHft,
mech. stay.
BnHTOodpasHHtt, adj. spiral; | bot. circinal,
BHHHTb, V. a. to accuse of, to blame; to charge
-ho, adv.ly-^
or tax with, to lay to one's charge, to impute to cochleary;i]
BHHTopisT., s. m. -pisKa, s. f. screw-plate.
one (crimes); to bring in one guilty; to lay a charge
BaHTi, .9. m. dim. BuHTHK-b, screw; Apxu.neagainst one; aob eio -naTTb, every body lays the
Archimedes screw; j??/"/blame at his door; H -ca, v. r. (ot, ueMo), to own ^0G^, Archimedean screw,
endless screw,
6e3KOHeuHuu,
hand-screw;
Hoti,
fault.
one's
confess
to
guilty,
one's self
BHHHOKaMCHHbitt, adj. chem. tartarous, tar- perpetual screw; KaaeuHuii, art. breech; jjjciJmoh,
screw-propeller; dbi.uoeou, chimney-floe: mwc?*jmtaric.
BHHHoaro;i;HHK'b, s. m. fig-eater, fig-pecker Hou, set-screw; a sort of whist.
BHHTpaaen.'b, s. m. naut. wing-transom.
(bird).
Baaucnie, s. n. screwing.
BHHHHfi, adj. of wine, winy, viny, vinose, viI

\\

I]

BHHiypa,

nous; wot^je^j, wine-vaults, wine-cellar, wine-shop;

-aaa

-Haa
BuHo, s.

stone;

icaMem, tartar, winewine-cask;


moda, dried fig.
n. dim. buhi^o, wine; uepKoenoe,

6om:n,

BuHbi,

s.

see
f.

BnabcTKa,

EnjibHypa.

pi.
s.

f.

spades (at cards).


vignette, flourish; jjj3?-m*. tail-

obs.

piece.

Bupa, s. f. obs. fine,


red wine; x.^ibSiioe, brandy.
Bapa:K'L, s. m. phot, toning; cycJtw^r, banking
BnnoBiiTBifl, adj. culpable, guilty, faulty; e^
sinoMh ue OHb -BaTTf., it is not his fault, it is no (of a track).
BapiiJi.i'b, BapnjiJiitt, see Bepnafli.
fault of Ids; -buti., I beg your pardon; I am in
BapTVoaaocTb, s. f. virtuosity.
the wrong; 'prov. ecnrMH eiina -aaia, -BfiTaro
BapxyosTh, s. m. -sua, s. f. virtuoso.
CbKtmh, he who makes a mistake loses.
Biipiui], s. f. obs. rhymes: verses; paltry rhymes.
author, auBuHOBHBR'b, s. m. -HiiB,a,
f.
BacKH, s.^ f. whiskey, whisky.
thoress, causer, cause-abettor (of a crime); ducu
BHejiOKpH.iKa, s. f. insect, raphidia.
Monxh, the author of my existence.
Bacjioyxift, adj. flap-eared, with hanging ears;
BHHOBHOCTb, s. f. Culpability, guilt, guiltiness.
s. m. pop. drowsy fellow, humdrum.
BnHOBHTjfi, adj. culpable, guilty; faulty.
Bucauft, adj. hanging, pendent.
BHHoroHHHft, adj. distillatory, for distilling.
BacMyTi, s. m. chem. bismuth; } -yTOBbitt, adj.
BHUorpii;i,apb, s. m. vine-dresser.
bismuthal.
BHHo^pa;^HHa, s. f. grape.
BacuyTb, v. n. to hang, hang on; to depend.
BHHO^pa;^HHK'b, s. m. vineyard, grapery.
Bhcokoct,, .s. m. bissextile, leap-year: -kocBHHorpiiAi'j m. hot. vine, gra])e-vine (plant);
-Kocarjtt dem, ingrapes (fruit); MycKamnuu, muscadel, muscadine: Huft, adj.-iodb, leap-year;
,
co6upanie -rpiij^a, vintage; j -aj^iiMft, adj. viny; tercalary day.
^
Bhcoki., .s. m. dim. -co'ieKi, temple; H -coikh,
-Haa moda, grape; -iioe aepnuuiKO, grape-stone;
kiss-curls;
temple,
the
on
-naa Kucmb, a buncli of grapes; -aaa .lojn, pi. roundlets of hair
-eo'inrjft, adj. temporal; -aaa Kocmh, templegrape-vine, vine, vine-shoot; -iraa ov.mob, vinebone.
-iiaa
vinery.
men.tima,
nch;
,
lira
Bhccoht,, Bbccx, s. m. byssin; -oHHMii, adj.
BHHO;i;BJio, s. n. wine-making, wine-manufacBacToBaxb, v. n. (KO.Hg), to play with.
ture; art of making wine; ocnology; -Jibiiuft, adj.
Bhctt., s. m. whist; ndmu uh, see BncTOBaTt.
BHno;^ii.n., s. m. wine-grower.
IliicyJibKa, BacMMbKa, s.f. pendant, l)ob: icicle.
Binionypeiiie, s. n. distillation of brandy.
/". gallows; gibbet; iJ-JiaiHUft, adj.
Hiict.anua,
BanoKvpeHHUit, -KypHUii, adj. distillatory;
UHct.JibHHKi., s. m. -UH^a, s. f hanged man
aaaodh, l)randy-distillery.
gallows-swinger.
BHiioKypna^ s.f.aee BHnoKyponHu'i naBOAi'. or woman; rogue, gallows-bird,
Baciinie, s. n. state of being hanged, hanging,
BaHOKvp-b,
m. brandy-distiller.
penalty.

ii

1;

.s.

|l

ij

jl

\\

|1

,<;.

..

BuHOMiip'b;

s.

m. oenometer.

suspension.

BHC-B

63

BKOB

BnnicHHUli, adj. -Hoe (Jejicao, cherry-tree.


Bncixb, V. n. to lie hanging, he suspended: to
BuuiCHbe, s.rt. pop. co?Zef. cherries, cherry-trees.
suspend (in the air); to hoh, dangle: ymech -ciiTt
BuiuaeBKa, s. f. cherry-brandy.
Ha^^ MopeMh, the rock hangs over tlie sea: to
BiimiieBbitt, BiiuiHeBufi, adj. of cherry; cherryimpend; to hover; paaopeHie, CMeirmb -cuTi, nadh
uoibvih, clierry-colour; -Baa KOcmoHKa,
eio to.ioeoH), ruin, death hovers or hangs over his coloured;
head; uo.iockw, na JiU7noHK>b, to hold only hy cherry-stone.
BiiiUHa, s. f. dim. BHUiCHKa, cherry; .laopoa hair, by a thread, to be within the turn of
cherry-bay, cherry-laurel; 6)biaeHaH
ean
bot.
a die.
bot.
BHcaiift, adj. hanging, pendent, pendulous; belladonna, deadly-nightshade; oKudoeeKua
mahaMocnn, suspension-bridge; bot. winter-cherry, morel-cherry; 6.iai080HHaji
aa.HOKh, padlock:
choke-cherry.
,
merry: duKan
leb; AibCHua
cernous.
BuiUHaK'b, see BBDieauHKi.
BHTa.iiisMt, s. m. vitalism.
Bauib, pjartide (abbreviation of Bvi]ijiimi), pop.
BHTHHie, s. n. si. dwelling, abode; soaring.
BuTJiTB, V. n. to live, lodge: to soar; to hover look, see there, there is; , nmo eady.Ha.io, there, see
what he has invented; KaKOii.' look, what a cunning
liy;_e~o o6.iaKax~o, to take flight to the sky.
Buxic, BuTbe, s. n. torsion, twisting, twining. fellow he is!
BiOaia, s. f. alto, viola.
BHxieBaTOCTb, s. f. a declamatory eloquence,
Bio.iHCX'b, s. m. violist.
floridness.
BiojOHieaucx'b, s. m. violoncellist.
BnxieBaxBiti, BHTiticxBeHHuii, adj. eloquent,
BiojOHieab, s. f. violoncello.
oratorical; -to, adv.ljBioJib-;i;aMypT., s. m. viola-d'amore.
BHxiflCTBO, s. n. eloquence, oratory.
BRanuBaHie, s. n. digging in, burying, sinking in.
BuTiflcxBOBaxb, V. n. to speak in an oratorical
BnanbiBaxb, BKonaxb, v. a. to dig in, bury (a
manner.
,
BHTia, s. m. orator, declaimer; , -iftcKift, adj. treasure, money); to drive in (stakes); -ca, v. r. p.
to earth one's self, bury one's self; to be dug in;
oratorial, oratorical.
i

ij

ji

i|

i,

BnxoBa,

adj. med.

n.iJiCKa,

Vitus's dance,

St.

chorea.

BflXOKt,
bottom;

s.

m.

a wai. see

card

for winding thread in a

3aBHT0nx.

bowl in; -XHXb 6ouKy Oo nolpe6^, to put a


cask in a cellar; -xaxb ei, yCumoK'o, to cause a
prejudice to: -ca, v. r. p. to roll in; to be rolled

in,

il

BHxpHHa,

BKonaHHUfl.
BKaxMBanie, BKaxKa,s./". rolling in, bowling in.
BKaxHsaxb, BKaxaxb, BKaxaxb, v. a. to roll

\part. p.

show-glass.
f. show-case,
BHxyuiKa, s. f. dim. -yiueiKa, a twisted thing;
a twist, twisted bun.
Biixb, V. a. irr. to twist, twine; to wind (silk^
thread); to coil;tHtb3do, to build a nest; m35
neubKu gepeaKu, to twist or make ropes of hemp;
gibHKu, to weave or plait garlands, v/reaths; -ca,
V. r. to twist, twist one's self; to twine, wind round;
to serpentize, meander; njiwmi Bbexca ooKpyi^
KOJioHHhi, the ivy twines itself round a column; 3.huh
Btexca, the serpeut wriggles; to curl, fall
into curls (of hair); to whirl; to cabbage (as coleicort); oo.iocu Bbioxca y neio ca.Mu co6oh), his hair
curls naturally; to move in a circle; to hover,
soar, fly high; opjCA^ Bbexca nodo oo.iaKaMu, the
eagle soars or hovers; to turn round, go round;
to fawn; coGaica Bbexca eoKpyio .Hena, the dog
fawns upon me; n part. p. BHXofi; "iha^.DbonuHna,
s.

iJ

\\

jj

'.|

ij

jj

'm;\part. p.

BKaxaHHwft.

BKaiHBaxb, BKaiaxb, BKa^iHyxb, v. a. to


pump in.
BKHAMBanie, s. n. casting in, throwing in.
BKii;i,iJBaTb, BKuayxb, v. a. to cast in, throw
-ca, v. r. p. to rush in, dart
thrown m;\\part. p. BKHHyxMfi.
in;

to

in;

be

[1

BKJia;^Ka, s. f. laying in, putting in.


BKaaj(,H6ii, adj. that can be put in.
BK.ia;i;Hbrfi, -a;i,oiHbitt, adj. of donation; de-

ii

posited.
BK.ia;!;iHKT.,

s.

m. -'iHna,

s.f.

depositor: donor,

1|

giver.

BKJiaAtj

s.

m. deposit, deposit money; donation.

,1

BRjaAHBanio,

s.

n.

laying

in,

putting

BK-iaAMBaxb, BKaacxb, B-ioaMixb,

in.

v. a.

to lay

cao.iM, to sheathe
winding stair-case, spiral stair-case: -xaa Ko.ionna, in put in; B.ioaJHXb 8^ homhu
a 'sword; aaoaiiixb oduy mpydy eh dpyiym, to fit
wreathed column.
to
in or join pipes; to invest (money );\\ -ca, v. p.
BHxasb, s. m. obs. knight, knight-errant.
be laid in.
Bnxaaii, s. m. pop. saunterer, lubber.
BK.ieHBaHle, s. n. gluing in.
Baxjiaxb, v. n. pop. to saunter, reel.
BKaenBaxb, Bu.icHXb, v. a. to glue in, paste
BHXHjXb, V. a. pop. to move.
BuxopTb, ,v, m. dim. -xopoKX., forelock, toupee; in; -HXb CAoewj, fiy. to put in a word.
BK.ieftKa, s. f. gluing in; piece glued in.
eanmb sn, eudpamb 3a, mepeoamb sa, to pull
BK.ienwBaxbca, BKaenaxbca, v. r. (oo nmo),
by the hair.
ouo
Buxopb, Bnxpb, s. m. whirl, whirlwind; Jl-xop- to take one thing or person for another;
took my hat for
BM&f oc/y. BHxpeM-b, ailv. impetuously, like a -na.ica er, .ow xu.utnij, he
his; OT neh lo.ioch, to he mistaken in a voice.
whirlwind.
^
BK.iioqaTb, BK.iH)iiiXb, v. a. to insert, include;
Biixpcii^'b, s. m. anat. rump-bone; -oi^oBbiii,
to inclose: -'iHXb e?, ^o^oeop^, to insert in a
contract: -'liixb koio si uucao dpyaeu, to rank
BMn,e-a;i;MHpa.Tb, s. m. vice-admiral.
some one among one's friends; -ca, v. p. to be
BHU.c-ryOepHiixop'b, s. m. vice-governor.
included, be inserted in;lpart. p. BK.iioueHHUft.
BHU,e-;^npeKXop'b, s. m. vice-director.
BiMiO'iaa, ado. including, inclusively: comvice-chancellor.
m.
BHi^e-Kiinn.Jiep'b, s.
to Saturday
( Q/oO'oj2/, Saturday included,
prising;
vice-consul.
BHH.e-KOHcyji'b, s. m.
j,

ii

Ij

Ij

ii

Bai^e-KOHcyjbCXBO,
BHn,e-KopoaeBCXBO,

s.

inclusive.

n. vice-consulship.

n.

s.

viceroyalty,

vicc-

royship.

BHii,c-Eopo.ib, s.
BHU,e-MyH;i;HP'b,
uniform.

VI.

viceroy.^

BimMyHAnpij

BHi^e-npesHAeHXCXBO,

s.

n.

s. in.

undress,

vice-presidency.

BHn,e-npe8n;i;eHT'b, s. m. vice-president.
BumeHHHR'b, 5. m. cherry-orchard.

BiMioHCHie, s.n. inclusion, insertion, inclosing;


CO -'leHicsi-b, including, with the inclusion of; co
-ieuieMX noiu.uinh, the taxes included.
BhMioyiixeabno, adv. inclusively.
ItKOBUsaxb, BKOBUXb, V. u. to forgc in, weld;
part. p. BKOBaHiiraft.

BKOBUaHBaXb, BKOBU.iaXb, BKOBblJbHyXb,

V.

n.

to

hobble

in,

limp

in.

BKOJI
BKOiaiHsaTb, bko.iothti.,

to drive

v. a.

in,

thrust (a nail); to knock in, into; .'M0_}KOMh, to hammer in; -ca, v. p. to be driven in,
be knocked m\lpart. p. BKOJioueHHMti.
BKOMKHBaxb, BKOMKaxb, V. a. to squesze,

into;

BJIAC

54

tf>

CMepmb, to taste of death, to d\e;jpart. p. BKyniOHHMtt.

BKyiueHic, s.n.

taste,

tasting;

relishing;

li

en-

Ij

thrnst in.
Bkohcii.'B,

joyment.

Bjara, s. f. humour; humidity, moisture.


B.iara.inni,e, s.n. sheath, case; purse; -nmHbift, adj.
Bjiaraxb, B.ioaciixb, o. a. to put in; B.ioiKMXb
85 uoMHhi umaiy, to sheathe a sword; to invest
(capital in an enterprise); .Muc.ib, to suggest an
jj

jj

entirely, wholly, totally.

(ulv.

BKonaHH&ifi, part. p. dug in, buried;_o5 cudamh, emoiimh, KnKr,, he is nailed to his chair,
he stands rooted to the spot.

BKonaTi, see BKanHBaTt.


BKonna^ s. f. digging in; burying.
BKopeneHie, s. n. inculcation, insinuation,

idea;

en-

rooting, impressing.

BKopeuiiTCib,

m. -HHn,a,

s.

s.

inculcator,

f.

rooter.

j|

-ca,

v.

|;

put in.
m. hygrometer.

p. to be

BjiaroM-ispi,, s.
BJia;i;nxb, see BjiaatHBaTt.

B.ia;i,riiKa, s. m. lord, master; (title of the high


;i;MiHMii, adj.
clergy); il^-^uiecKift,
Bjia;i;!jiecxBO, s. n.
dominion,
sovereignty;
jj

power, empire; nodh B.ia^ uiecxBOM^b . . . , under the


BKopeHb, see BKonen^.
BitopeHflTb, BKopeHiiTb, V. a. to root in, power of...; paacydKa, .Hodu, tlie reign, empire of
inculcate; to impress (ns rnles);'\\ -ca, v.r. to take reason, of fashion.
B.ia;i,FjqecxBOBaHie, s. n. domination.
root; to be inculcated; snvi 6oMb3Hb yowe -hhBjia;i;MqecxBOBaxb, v. n. to dominate, reign;
jiacb, this disease has taken root.
adv. soon, shortly, ere long, before

BKopOTKB,
long.

to lord.
^

B.ia;i;w'iima, s.f. sovereign; the holy Virgin.


B.Ta;i;Bjeii,'b, s.m. -.iHB,a, s.f. possessor, owner,
occupier, proprietor; holder; -h.ibuecKiii, adj.
B.ia;i;-BHie, s. n. possession; dominion, estate,
to put in possesterritory, domain; esecmn ao
to take possession:
sion of; eoilmii, ecmy numb eo
to be alienated; iiepedamb
nepehmii eh nyMoe
ah uyMoe, to alienate, to deliver up the possession, to transfer the property; nacindcmaeuHbiH
-Hia, hereditary lands or possessions.
B.ia^BHHaa, adj. s. f. title-deed, right of pos||

BKOCb,

adv. obliquely;

paspibsamb

awry, aslope; ;* sKpaob, adv.


BEpa^'iiiBOCTb, s. f. insinuating

the bias;

to cut on

at

random.

11

insinuation; wheedling.
BKpa^^iiiBHfi, adj.

character,
insinuative;

insinuating,

wheedling.

BKpa;i;MBaTbca, BKpacTbca,
slink in, creep

in,

G^

into;

to steal

v. r.

in,

amo coHuneHie BKpa-

fault has slipped into that work;


one's self; to find one's
way: BKpacxbca e?, ubm Mit.incmb, to insinuate
one's self into the good graces of a person;
BKpacxbca tf5 doaibpie, to work one's self into

jacb

ouiitoKa,

a,

insinuate

to insinuate,

jl

II

a person's confidence.

BKpaHBaxb, BKpoHXb,

to cut

V. a.

in, fit in

(by ciittiny).

s.

in possession of;

BKpaxn,f>,

estate;

be done so easily.

BKpyxTH),

s. f.

possessor,

pro-

II

ti.MibmeMh, to hold or possess an


command; ^m^.^j/j -j^iexi.

to rule, govern,

co6ou,
England rules over the seas;
cmpacmH.Hn,, to govern one's self, to control one's
passions; cepd((e.w7j, to possess the affections of
a person; ouh xopomo -^^-bcxTi (ppaiiKiyacKH.uo
HSUKO.uh, he is master of or he lias great mastery
to make use of; to
of the French language;
manage, wield: ^yKOw, to make use of the arm;
nepoM7>, py^Kbe.Hh, fig. to use or wield the pen, to
wield arms.
BJiasBUBaHbe; s. n. adjusting, fitting in.
.MopfiMU,

||

ado.

(of)h

Hunib) hard-boiled (egg).

BKpy^HBaxb, BKpyxHXb,
BKptnaHXb, BRp'l^auxb,

v.

to

a.

v. a.

screw

in.

fasten

to

in;

strengthen.

BKynHXbca,

BKvn'ixhca,

m. -HHii,a,

prietor, owner, sovereign, governor, reigning prince.


B.iaji;Bxe.ibHHfl, adj. reigning, ruling; possessory.
B.ia;i;iixe.ibcxBOBaxb, v. n. to reign, rule.
B.ia;i;BXb, V. n. Cvmn,), to possess, own; to be

BKpaCH*,

adv. in a favourable light.


adv. briefly, succinctly, in abbreviation, in short, shortly.
BKpuBb, adv. aslant.
UKpyn., prep. gen. around, round-about; round;
cada, to go round the garden;
all-round; oooumu
dmoto d)hMi na.uHa ne o6.omaeuib, that cannot

to

session.
B.ia;i;Bxe.ib,

v.

r.

to

purchase

one's admission.
BKyn-b, s.m. price of admission; BRjnnuii, adj.
BKvnfe, adv. together, in concert, conjointly.
|!

BKvpiiBaxbca, BKypHXbca,

v. r.

to

BJiaasHBaxb, B.ia;],HXb,
BJia:EeHHKi&.
Bji.asKHXb, VB.Taarnxb,
BjiiiajHocxb,

s.

v. a.

v. a,

moisture,

f.

to

fit

'n\\\part. p.

to moisten.

humidity,

damp-

accustom ness.
B.ia:sHi>ifi,

one's self to smoke.

adj.

humid,

moist,

damp;

-ho,

afZy. ly.
BjiiiMbTBaxbca, B.ioMiixbca, v. r. (eo umo), to
eh deeph, to
get in by force; to break in, into;
dish; -ho, adv. force open a door; B.ioMiixbca o^ a.Hduuiw, fig.
to take offense.
B.iacxBOBaHio, s. n. domination, government,
nepoh, nerve of

see BKyiiiaxb.
BKyciiBitt, adj. tasty, exquisite; savoury; delicate;
-HOC etiHo, exquisite wine; -iiwe njiodu, savoury

BKyciixb,

-hoc

fruits;

o.mido,

dainty

';

tastily, exquisitely, delicately.

BKycoBort,
gustation.
BiiVCTj,

adj.

gustatory;

lording.

m. taste, savour; ue u.Mmtib BKvca, to


be witliout taste; sdthcb d)b.%o BKyca, it is a matter
of taste; npi/imnuh, savonriness; ytnomeiuiu'a,
delicacy of taste; no onmcHi/ .in smo HKvcy.' is
s.

manner; a, (lOjtbiuu.Mi, bkvC0UT>, in style, in good taste; proo. y ocAKaio


Ha moaapiiwi nibtm,, every one to his
coou
a na uiibmb cnopa unrm, there is no actaste; ua
it

to

your tasteV

counting for
ItnyiiiiiXFi,

savour;

style,

tastes.
^

BKyciixb,

cnoicoucuioie,

v. a.

to

to taste; to relish,

enjoy

rest;

- CHXb

B.iacTBOBaxb,
B.iacxe.iiiH'b,

v.
s.

n.

m.

to dominate, rule, reign.

master,

sovereign,

domi-

nator.
B.iacxiixo.ib,
m. -HHii,a, s. f. dominator,
potentate, sovereign, arbiter: -xcibCKifl, -xc.ibHUfi, adj. of a sovereign; -CKH, ado. like a
master, imperiously, lordly.
BaacriixcibcxBO, s-. /;. sovereignty, dominion.
the power to act,
B.ia('xiii.iii, ailj. having
having free-will; /? ne -cxoHTb o^ dino.Hh, I am
not free to dispose of it.
.s-.

BM-BC

B.1AC

blow one's own brains out: -nuxb nonihB.iacToawOen.'b, s.


"Onu&f
.lyh, to give a kiss.
person.
BabiioKT., s. m. piece stuck in.
IJaacro.TioOiiBHij, adj. desir./us or fond of
BjioOiixb, V. a. to enamour, make enamoured;
power; aral)itious; -bo, ado. ambitiously.
-CH, see BjitoOnmbCH.
BjacToaioOie, s. n. love of powei', ambition.
authority; ascendency,
B.iio6.ieHHMfi, adj. (eb koio), in love with,
IJaacTi., s. f. power,
power; eepxoeHUH
royal
enamoured of one, amorous; 6umb -fijieay no
empire: najjcican
executive power; yiua, to be deeply in love, be over head and
sovereignty; uciio.iHtime.ibHan
undo i:tb.H7., to have power over one; ears in love; BJiioOjeHHue, pi. lovifrs.
lumvib
BjiioO.iaxbca, BJiioOuxbca, v. r. to fall in love
eoennuH B.iacTH, military autliorities; eannih oojibmipo.iiadh K)h.'.<h, to gain a great ascendency over with; to be or become enamoured of: om no ymic
one: He.U)0)bKa nadb vtcnaomHUMii, the empire of eb nee -6iiaca, he is deeply enamoured of her,
men over animals; obum oo ubc'u BaucTii, to be he is taken with her.
BjiioOuiiBocxb, s. f. an amorous constitution.
at the mercy of a person; ne npaaHaaanib, not
BJCKiO'iuBbiii, adj. of an amorous constitution.
to acknowledge a superior; B.iacTH, pi. theol.
Bjiiiiiuxb, V. a. perf. coll. to lay on, plunge in;
powers, dominions (yradr of angels).
B.iacb, Baacaxhifl, B.iacHHuil, see Bojocx, to apply; -ca, v. n. to get in, plunge in: (eb koio),
to be enamoured with, fall in love vc[th;'\ part. p.
Bojiocaiuji, Bojiocauou.
B.iacaHima, s. f. hair-cloth, hair-shirt; -hh^i- BJianauHbiii.
Biuasua, s. f. cementing in.
UMfi, adj.
BiuasbiBaHie, s. n. cementing in.
B.iaquTi,, V. a. to drag (life, time); to drag
B.ua3i.iBaxb, Biiasaxb, v. a. to cement in, putty
along, draw; to trail, train; -ca, v. r. to crawl,
-saxb Komc.ib, to adjust the boiler; -saxb
in;
crawl along, drag one'sself along; see BaeHt.
cmeicto, to enchase a glass; i|j:>a;'^ ^j. B-nasaHUBiii.
B.ieTiiTB, B.ieTBTb, V. a. to fly in.
BuaHiiBaxb, Buauaxb, v. a. to entice in,
B.ieTEJBaHie, B-ieTaaie, s. n. BaeTi., s. m.
m.

s. f.

ambitious

.io6b, to

jl

jj

\\

i|

[j

\\

allure

flying in.

in.

BMJiXHBaxb, BMoxjiXb, V. . to wiud in; -ca,


0. p. to be wound in-j'^jxirt. p. B:tiuxaHUUM.
BMexaxb, bmbcxii, BJiecxb, o. a. to sweep in;
Baeub, V. a. asp. iiidef. B.iaMUTL, to trail,
train; to draw along; to drag (life, time); to drag I part. p. BMexeHHMfl.
BMexHBaxb, BMexaxb, BJiexayxb, y. a. to
along; to cause; to attract; dmo -leTt aa coooio

B.ieieHic, s. n. trailing, training; inclination,


attachment; tendency.
;|

necHacmie, it brings misfortune with it; odua oibda cast in;, to tack in (in sewing);] as., o. r. p. to
-leT'B 3a cuoom dpyit/to, one misfortune brings be cast in; to cast one's self in; to be tacked in; \
on another; -ca, v. p. to be trailed, be dragged, part. p. BHCxanHbili.
BaiHri., adv. in the twinkling of an eye; in a
be drawn; il^Jar^. p. BjeieHHUfi.
B.iHBaHie, BaiiTie,.s. n. ll.xuBini, s.f. pouringin. trice; see Mnn>.
I

,1

jj

BjDBaTB, B.iHTi., 0. a. to pour in, into; to


inspire, suggest; -ca, v.p.r. to be poured in, n to
flow in; to discharge itself, to fall into, to inflow;
,1

;|

p)bKa -BJieTca <?d .MOpe, the river falls or disembogues, discharges itself into the sea,; part, j}-

BMHHaxb, BMaxb
crumple

n,

press

Buoxaxb,
Bitt'&ueuie,

see
s.

n.

influence,

empire,

ascendency;

to
p.

BMaxHBaTi.
n. imputation;

BiitHaeMocib,
>t.

a.

part.

0.
;i

BMaxbiil.i

'^

BJUXMif.
BaiaHie,

BOMHy),
knead in;

{flit.

in,

s. f.

supplying.

imputability, imputableness;

liability.

BMliHaeMbitt, adj. imputable.


nodHiiHambCH B.iiiiHiH), to be under the influence
BM-feaaxb, BJiliHuxb, v. a. to impute; to lay
to have influence, ascendency
of; u.Mibnib Ha koio
over a person; mouth (of a rioer).
on or upon; to reckon as; ei iipecmi/n.ieHie, b
BjiiiTeJBUuft, adj. influential.
euny, to impute as a crime, as a fault; apecmh
B.iiaTb, V. a. to influence one, have an influ- -HiiwiH e.My do Hanaaame, his incarceration was
reckoned as a punishment; ee('m e^ oGnaaHHOcmb,
ence on, upon, over; n. as. to pour in.

''\

[j

BaoHieHie, s. n. putting in, inclosure; inser- to consider as a duty; e.\iy -Huaii et ooHaaHHOCinb,
imcbMo CO -Hiesii deneih, letter containing it was imposed on him as a duty; -ca, o. p. to be
money.
imputed; to be reckoned, be considered ai.s\\\part.p.
BMtHeHHblii.
Bjo^eutb, see BjaraTb, BKJiaAHBaTb.
BJOMUTboa, see BjiasiuBaTbca.
Bsi'&CHXb, V. a. to knead in; to put (in paste);
BJOuaxLca, v. r. coll. to get, l)ecome entangled; {\part. p. BMBUlCHHWii.
n. receptacle: depository.
B.M'lfi('.xuaume,
to encumber one's self with; to put one's foot
BitttcxaMocxb, s. f. capaciousness, capacity;
into it.
Bauraxbca, BOJiraibca, v. r. to get into the .\uhpa -Mocxu, measure of capacity, dry measure.
BurfecxuxedbHocxb, s. f. c ipacity; spaciousness;
habit of lying.
BaBBo, BaiiBt, ado. to the left, on the left, contents; naut. burden, tonnage, bulk (of a ship).
tion;

6-.

adj.
capacious; spacious,
BMlicxuxeabiibifl,
s. n. climbing, creeping in.
roomy, vast: jhki, -Haa, gram, parenthesis.
BJifecxuxb, see BMtmaTB.
Bjiiaaxt, bj1>3XI>, v. n. to climb in, on; to
Bmbcxo, prep. gen. instead, for, in place of:
creep in; to introduce one's self, find ones way,
moio, umoou amo cdti>get in; our, b.I'Bsx* o& okho, he got in by the Hew, in lieu of, instead of:
window; canotii .Huib uc -.aaioxx. iia hoik, I cannot Aamt, instead of doing this; docKa CAyjwium, e.^y
get my boots on;U'i(j. BJiiaxb ob dymij, to gain nocmeAu, a board serves him for a bed; udume
.Henn, go there in my place: smo cAoeo
one's confidence; e^ neio ne B.i&3cuib, one cannot myda
ynompc6.%HemcH maKoio-mo, this word is used for
guess liis thoughts.
Bjlinaeuie, s. n. Bjiiuca^ s.f. pasting, gluing in. sucli a word.
BMBCX't, ado. together, conjointly, jointly: -cj,
Ba-fen-iaxb, Bafeiiaxb, v. a. to paste in, stitcli
to live to-niixb noweuuni/ komi/, to give a together with, with the inclusion; jwunib
in, glue in;
box on the ear; -niixt eb otiuiy (no.ny), to cudgel, gether: cb mwMb, at the same time, moreover;
to
whip one; -nuxb mjAm tn koio, to send oHb nynuAb dmo ece, he l)ought all that in one
a bullet, a ball into one; -naxb ceOib ny.iio 6b lot; OHb n.uiHemb u CMibemcH, he both weeps and

at the left.
Balisaiiie,

il

56

BM-Bin

laughs at the same time; dnucmeoaamb , to act


co mhoto, come along with
conjointly; nohdeM'o
me; c loeopume ecrt , don't speak all together,
all at once.
BMtiuaxeJibCTBO, s. n. interference, interposi-

BH-Bni

BHHMaxb, BHaTb

BOHLMy),

{fut.

V. a. to hear;
.MouMh Mo.iumeaAn,

Bon BBaai>

to grant; to mind;

God heard my prayers; H fig.


paacydna, to listen to reason.

to

listen;

lOAOcy

BaoBb, adv. again, afresh, anew, once more,


over again, recently.
Bhob'I^, adv. newly, recently, lately.
BiMkuiHBaTb^ see BjiicHTt.
BnocMTb, BHecTH, BHauiiiBaxb, V. a. to carry
Bai-BiaHB.iTb, BMtiuiiTb, V. a. to mix in, iramix;
to get in, into; to bear in, bring into;
in, into;
to mingle; to implicate, involve; to intermeddle;
KOto eh KaKoe dn,.io, to involve one in an affair; Baecnxe & KO.Hamy .hou eetnu, carry my thinga
-cfl, y. r. to meddle, interfere; to intermeddle, into the room; bhccxh x.itb6h eh aM6apo^ i.o get
interpose; -ca eh HyMiH diMci, to meddle with the corn into the warehouse; BaecxH dibAo e^
another's affairs; om -luaaca eh 9my ccopij, he ceuamh, to bring an affair before the senate; to
interfered in this quarrel; om -Baexcfl eo ece, insert, put; in to enter, enlist; eh o/cypnajih, to
ah chucoko, to enregister, to
jw/-^. j). bm-b- insert in a journal;
he meddles with every thing;
eh umhhhou, nocAyMuoh cnacoKh, ta
inscribe;
lUaHHbltt.
Bji-femaxb, BM^CTHTb, V. a. (eo nmo), to put matriculate; eeoe u.mh, to enter one's name in;
nodama, to pay in taxes;
ei ce6ib^ to contain, to
to pay in; to deposit;
in, place in; to insert;
-Cfl, V. 2). to be brought; to be inserted, be paid
comprise, to hold; -ca, v.^. r. to be placed in; to
go in; eeui,n ne -in.aiOTca 8^ amomh ojudym^ all in, &iQ.\\\part. p. BHeceHHBitt.
BaocKa, s. f. see Bnecenie.
those things can never get into that trunk; jj^jflri.
BHOCBWii, adj. inserted, in order to be paid,
p. BM']&ni;euHbiti.
deposited; -HHe anaKU, gram, inverted commas.
BsitmeHic, s. n. insertion, putting in.
Baocb, s. m. bearing in, carrying in;
BMaxb; see BMHHaTb.
BnaiaJ!*, adv. in or at the beginning; at first, payment.
BayKa, s. f. dim. BHyiKa, granddaughter,
eecttu, it was at the beginning
at the first; dmo oujio
grandchild;deowpoc>ff/?
grand-niece.
of spring.
BayK*, s. m. dim. BayieKi., grandson; grandBHesanno, adv. suddenly, unexpectedly, unagrand-nephew.
child; deotopodHuu
wares.
Bayxpeaaifl, adj. interior, internal, intestine;
BHCsanHOCTb, s. f. suddenness, unexpectedness.
BHesiinHEift, adj. sudden, unexpected; -naa ueecnoKohcvieie, internal peace; - aa a mo^?off.?vi,
internal or inland trade; MUHiicmpo -bbxt. d)bAo,
CMeprnh, sudden death.
BaeceHie, s. n. bringing in; payment, deposit minister for the home department; nopnych -aeik
(of taxes, money); insertion, inscription; cmamiit cmpaMic, the body of the internal guard; -aaa
e^ doioeoph, insertion of a clause in a treaty; e* oo.tb, inward pain; "-aee .leicapcineo, internal medenucoK^, eh npomoKOA^, enlisting, enregistering; icine; "Bie paadopbi, intestine discords; eo "BHX'b
tyoepnisxh, in the interior; -aie ynu, geom.
ez KHUiy, inscribing in a book, booking.
saMOKo, mortise lock; hidden,
interior angles;
BaecTH, see Bhochti,.
BHH3y, adv. below, down, in the lower part; secret, concealed; intimate; csmcjib pnuii, hidden
om Mueenih, he lodges below, down-stairs; ijpre^. meaning of a speech; "Hee yCnrndeme, intimate
conviction.
cmpaumi/U, at the bottom of a page;
gen. down;
BBJ'TpeaBO, adv. internally, inwardly; inly; h
jitbcmnmiu, topu, at the foot of or at the bottom
of the stairs, down-stairs; at the foot of the eh dmo.uh y6)boicdeHh, I am convinced of it in my
heart.
mountain.
Baj-xpeaaocxb, s. f. interior; "CtUfpl. insides;
Bhiisi, adv. down; below; downwards; no meto come down; inwards; anat. viscus.
Heniro, down the stream; coumu
Bfiyxpii, Bayxpb, 2:>rej). gen. and adv. inside,
coepxy, downwards, downright; riAumb no pibun,
(duAHCHcanca), to travel
tojioeoio, to within, withinside; wxamb
to sail downward; vpocitmbcfi eh eody
cmpanu, in the interior of the country;
inside;
throw one's self into tlie water head foremost.
u otub cmpanu, within and without the country;
BHHRauie^ s. n. diving into, investigation.
BuHRaTb, BHHKHTTb, V. n. to dive into, inves- inwards, inwardly; sma deepb omenpnemcH BHyxpby
this door opens inwards, inwardly.
tigate; to fathom.
Bayiaxa, s. c. pi. grandchildren; H -^axHUit,
BHHaiiiHie^ s. n. attention; application; heed;
to pay attention; o6pamumt> uhc adj. -Bbiii 6pamh, second cousin.
o6pa%namh
Bayiuaxb, BBvaiiixb, v. a. to inspire, suggest;
An6u Ha nmo, to draw one's attention to; ouh hu
Ha mno ne oopatnaerm he minds nothing, he to instill; .imooeb, cmpaxh, noHmcnie, to inspire
pays attention to nothing; paOomamb co -nieMi>, love, fear, respect; -muxb .nucib, npoeKmh, to
to work carefully, attentively; paComumb 6c3h suggest an idea, a project; IJ^jar^ p. BaymeHBHtt.
Bayuieaie, s. n. inspiration, suggestion, insinua-hIh, to work carelessly, negligently; ue o6padon't mention it, don't pay tion, instillation; cdtb.iamb, to reprimand slightly.
tuaume na dmo
BayaiBxcjb, n. m. -iBHi^a, s. f. inspirer,
attention to it; om ne o6pamuAb -iiia na moh
coetbrm, he took no heed, he gave no heed to suggcstor, instillator.
IJaymuxcJibBKift, adj. imposing.
my advice; consideration, regard; OKaabtoamb,
Ba'h, prep. gcii. out, out of, beyond; without;
show attention, consideration; our, ne o6pato
na oauiu c.tooa, he does not mind outwardly; owCMoc?, out of danger, of peril;
maerm
ce6ji omh iiiwea, he
to take into doMa, out of doors; am 6bi.ih
what you say; o.inmb, npuuMmb oo
i:?.,
in consideration of, out of was l)(\side himself with rage.
consideration; eo
Ba'li;^peB!C, .s. n. inculcation, instilling.
regard for, on account of, for the sake of, conBBf.;^paxb, BBii^^paxb, v. a. to inculcate,
sidering; 6c3h acnicato -iiia, totally regardless; ne
o6painan -iiia na njxiChoti, regardless of en- instill;; -ca,.r. to take root;|i/yrtr^^.BBt;^peBaHtt.
BuiiMiixonaMtt, adj. med. extra-uterine.
treaties.
BniiUiaiJt, adj. exterior, external, outward,
BnifMUTcibHOCTb, s. f. attentiveness; heedfuloutside; -aia yKpavicnin, the exterior ornaments;
ness, mindfulness; [regard, consideration.
meddling, intermediation.

tion, intervention,

||

II

,',

jj

[I

ij

Ij

][

||

\\

jl

;]

Ij

BanMiiTcabHuA;
adv.lj-

adj. attentive; mindful;

'

-no,

-aaa

mnpioa.xH,

foreign

trade:

from the outside, externally.

1|

-ne, adv. ly,

BH-Bin

f. exterior; appearance.
attention; liearing, granting.
BHaTHOCTb, s. f. distinctness; intelligiblcness.
BnaTHHrt, adj. distinct; intelligible; audible;
Hoe npoHsnomeHic, distinct pronunciation; loeo-

Bh-buihoctb,
BHflTic,

.s.

H.

s.

punih tpoMKKMi u "-HMMi. lOAoco.m, to speak in


a loud, audible voice; -ho, atZy. ly, bly.
j

BHHTb

BOHbMy),

{fat.

.set'

BHHMaTt.

Bo, prep, witbin; see Bt.; BO-nepou.Vh, no-emupux%, u m. d. firstly, secondly etc.

BoOpaxb, see BCnpaTb.


BoBJeRUHie, -eienie, s.
in;

n..

drawing

in,

dragging

f.

tempter,

involving, inducing.

BoBJieKaxcab,

s.

m.

-Hima,

s.

BOHO

57

to thrive (of plants); o.teuii B6;^flTCfl a cibeepn,


the rein-deer inhabit northern countries; eh dmoii
ptbKib BO^^HTCfl .HHow pbt6bt, this river abounds in
)imaii,a

near

v. a.

um
in

to involve; to drag
BOBJieK-b eio e^ e-

misfortune;

ilj9rt/"<.

^.

adv. in time, in the nick of time; in

to come
due season; npiidmii KaK^ ne.ihSH 6o.ine
out of time, untimely; unseain good time; tf
,

sonably; out of season.


BoBce, adv. see Cobc4mi.
BoB^Ki, adv. eternally, everlastingliy;
8)bKoe^, for eternity, for ever and ever; uti
etbKoeh, never.

the

neu

fruits.

dim. Bo;i;o<iRa, brandy; napcnafi

s. f.

aqua-fortis;
aqua-regalis; KprbUKan
damb ua Bo^RV, to give drink-money; -^^oiHUfi,
adj. of brandy.
Bo^^HHR-b, s. m. reservoir of water.
B6;^HbiJt, adj. abundant in water; -hoc coedunenie, chem. hydrate.
Bo;^o06fr, s. m. fountain, jet; - ottntiit, adj.
Hue KOjieco, flash-wheel.

aqua-regia,

[|

||

Bo;^o6oa3Hb,

bobbkh
bobbkh

S.iiob endu, that

water;
willows

]|

B6;i;Ka,

BoB.ieKaTb, BOBjeib,
in, draw in; to induce;
cnacmie, he involved hira
BOBaeieHHijfi.

b6;^htch

bird
Bo;^aTCfl 6<,
Cbipuxi
.HTbcmaxb,
thrive
in
damp
places;
aa humz Bo;^HTca smotm ijmxb, he is
subject to this fault; y neio Bo;^aTca deubui, he
has money, ho is not poor; v. rec.
ci- KnM^, to
haunt one, keep company with one; r. imp.
maKb Bo;^HTea, such is the custom; 7naK^ ne
B6ji;HTca, such things cannot be suffered, allowed.
Bo;i;ui;a, Bo;i,M<iRa, s. /'. a beverage made of

seducer, inducer.

BoBpeMH,

dma

found

fish;

is

8.

/".

hydrophobia, canine madness,

rabidness, rabies.

Bo;^OB^E'b,

m.

s.

dim.

bhiori, a

sort

of

bark.

Bo;i;oBBi'ficTH.iHin,e, s. u. cistern, reservoir.


(fat. BroHW), see BroHSTb.
Bo^OBo;i;Hbift, adj. -b6;i,ctbo, s.n. see BoaoBornyTOCTb, s. f. concaveness, concavity.
BornyxHii, adj. bent inwards; concave; conca- npOBOAHHH, BoAOnpOBOACTBO.

Boraaxb

BorHJ'Tb,

"TO-ouni/K.itiu,

concavo-concave;

deoHKO
oncavo-convex;

vous;

sec

.;^

hot. depressed.

BrafiaTb.

Bo^^a, s. f. dim. Bo;i,Mi^a, Bo;i;HiKa, water;


ebim.ia tOo 6epetoeh, the waters are out; .uHi;caH
standing, dead,
soft water; rain water; cmoHuaH
running water; paoostill
water; npomoHHaH
holy-water; nymoving water; cenmaH
vrtfl
ne.ibuan
baptismal water; dtna .uamepin ne nponycKaenih bo;!,ki, this material is waterproof:;|TOe-itHaa
med. drop serene, gutta serena, amaurosis;
naut.
water (of diamonds);^,no.iHaH hmv eojibuaa
nxarm Bo;i,6io,
high-water; noMm, high flood;
to go by water; nMimb npomnei, bo;i;m, to go up
the river; nocadunih koiu ua x,t7b6^ u iia Bo;i;y,
to put a person upon bread and water; Ji^w^McpcwiHUH BOAM, mineral waters, watering-place; ynxamh
Ha BO^bi, to go to a watering-place; eio noc.ia.iu
Ha men.xbiH boj^h, fig. he lias fallen into disgrace;
eunecmu ua cenoicyio Bo;^y, to bring a matter to
light; euumu cyxuMi U3h bo;i;h, to be clear of
an affair; .mhoio cs mrbx^ nop^ bo;i;m ymeKAO,
there has been many a peck of salt eaten since
that time; oht> n2J0lueA^ eneosb oiOHb u bo;i;5', ^^*^
has suffered the greatest hardships and privations;
he has seen the world, he has experience;
OHh KooKtmcH Bo;i;hi mc aa.Mymitfm, he seems to
be quiet as a lamb; Bo^^y moAoui), to lash the
waves; u kohuu ob B6;i;y, all traces have disaplike water off a duck's back;
peared; KUKh cb tycH
KaK^ deib KauAu Bo;^M, as like as two peas:^roy.
.Hymnou m}fl,hpbt(jy .ioeumh,t() fish in troubled water.
n. settlement, installation.
Bo;^Bopenie,
Bo;i;BopaTb, |)HTb, v. a. to settle, install;
-ca, V. r. to settle one's self; iij)ri;. p. bo;^bo-

II

jj

.s-.

Boj^oBOj^t, s.m. water-conduit, water-pipe, canal.


Bo;^oB0.3HH'iaTb, v. n. to cart water, carry
water (hy help of liorses).

Bo;^OB03HHw,

adj.

carting

for

- naa

water;

ooHica, water-cask.

Bo;i,OB03'b, s. m. water-carrier.
Bo;i;oBop6T'b, s. m. Bo^oBepTb, Bo;i;oKi)yTb,
eddy, wliirlpool, whirlpit, vortex (at sea);
s. f.
-oxHbiiii, adj.
Bo^oroHi, s. m. hot. lady's-seal, black briony.
Bo;i;orpsflHa, -rp-Bflnaa, s. f. place for boiling
I

or heating water.
Boji,o;i;iffCTBie, s.n. water-manoeuvres; play of
sluices.

Bo;i,o;i;iiiiCTByH)mitt, adj. hydraulic,

moved by

Kcut'co,water-wheel: -moe oepxo6ouHoe


KOMCo, overshot-wheel; -mee eaemee koacco. shipmills wheel; -mee lopiuonma.ibHoe KOAeco, turbine,
tube-wheel; -mee nnd.iuoHoe koacco, -in,ee nouisewHoe Ko.ieco, undershot-wheel; -mee KOAeco noucie,

water;

-mee

with curved float-boards; -mee


no.iynaAtieHoe koacco, middle-shot wheel; -m9
peaKmueHoe noAeco, reaction wheel, wheel of recoil;
-mee Ko.ieco C'emepa, B&rki^r's mill; -mee cpedo6ouHoe KOACCO, high-breast wheel.

undershot-wheel

BoAoesiHna,

s.f.

Bo;i;oeMRiii,

-eMHCXutt,

pit,

gully.
_

adj.

absorbing much water.

Bo;i,oeM'b, s.m.. basin, cistern, reservoir;


adj.

m. hydroscope.
,s. n.
naut.
a vessel; displacing (of water).
Bo^^oaop-b,

containing

ii-MHUO,

s.

Boji;oH3M*meHie,

or

displacement

oi

Bo;^ORaua.ibHMft, adj. for pumping water.


Bo;i;oRa'iiiJiRa,

Bo;^ORaiaJbHa, Boj^okiiirji,

li

- station, watering-station.
Bo;i;oRpon.ieHie, s. n. sprinkling witli holy
vaudeville; water.
Bo;i;eBHab, s.
Bo;i,oKpyTb, s.f. see Bo^OBopoT^.
-JibHbitt, adj.
Bo.HORT., s. m. guide, conductor.
Boj^HJBH^HKi., s. m. leader, conductor.
BoAO.iasHH'iaxb, v. n. to be a diver, exercise
Bo;i;HTe.ib, s. m. -Hnn,a, .s\ f. conductor, conthe trade of a diver.
ductress, guide.
BoA<>-ia3HHiecxBO, s. v. trade of a diver.
Bo;^HTc.lbCTBO, s. n. lead, conduct.
Bo;^o.^n3'b, s. m. diver; water-dog; -aasuHtt,
Bo^HTb, see BecTH.
Bo;^HTbCfl, V. n. to live, inhabit (of animals); adj.K0A0K0.^^, diving-bell.

peHHMit.

s. f.

tank -house, water

m. vaudevillist.
m. dim. -.ib'iHK'b,

Bo;i;eBH.iucT'b,

s.

li

Ij

Bo;i;o
Bo^TO-iefi,

Water-bearer;

astr. Aquarius,

m.

s.

58

see BoKojiBBT,.

Bo;i;a:

Bo;^ocBBT'B,

s. in.

mill,

hydrophane;

,|

-BTHMft,

adj.

ll

Bo;^o.IeHb,

m. hot. wild nard, asaruui.

s.

Bo;i;o.ie'ie6HHii,a, Bo;^o.ieie6Hbift, Bo,T;o.ieie-

Hie, see BoAOJiiweoHHi^a,


Ji i 1 e u i e.

Bo;i;ocBaTie, -CBameaie, s. n. blessing or


consecration of water;
"GnkrHhiikf adj. -Haa
|j

Boio.ii^eouuH, Bo- nama,

ji,

Bo;i;o.iHBHijft, adj. for pouring water.


BoAO.iiiBi., s. m. water-pourer, water-pumper.
Bo;j;o.iucT'B, s. m. tree, water-leaf, holly.
Bo;^oa^Tie, s. n. pouring, aspersion of water.
Bo;^o.i'feie(>Hnn,a, s. f. hydropathic establish-

ment, hydropathic.

holy- water basin.

m. fall of water; -.THuft, adj.


m. cistern, reservoir.
Bo;i;oc.iiiB'b, s. m. hyd. waste-weir.
Bo;i,oCHa6aseHie, s. n. supplyind with water.
Bo,T,oco;i;epaiamiii,
adj. min.
KaMem, see

Bo/^ocKaTi.,

s.

Bo/"^ocKo^'I.,

s.

BoAflHHK^.
iio^I.ocon'B,

hydropathic, al.
Bo;i;o.if.MeHie, s. u. hydropathy, water-cure.
Bo;i;oMeTT>, s. m. jet, fountain; -th, j)^- waterBo,T;o.i'fe'it'6nHii, adj.

ij

j|

m.

s.

source of water;

[|

-naHft,

adj.

Boj^ocnyoK'B, s. m. hyd. flood-gate; fish-channel,


race-through; -EHbiii, adj.
Bo^^ocToii, s. 7. pond, pool;
-oiiHWii, adj.
Boj^ocTOKT., s. m. sink, drain, shore.
Bo,'i;oCTO.i66Bbift, adj. i-Baa .uamuHa, watercolumn engine.
Bo;i;ocTuuHMft, adj. - Haa KanaoKa, drain;
"Haa mpyoa, gutter, rain-pipe; nodae.HuaH -Haa
mpyoa, sewer.
Bo;i,ocTpoHTe.ib, s. m. constructor of hydraulic
works.
Bo;i;ocTpoiiTe.ibHHii[, adj. of hydraulic works.
Bo^ljOTBop'b, see BoAopoAT>.
Bo,i,OT('K'b, .9. OT. Bo;^OTeib, s. /'. current of
water; leak.
leadenBo;i,6TOK'b, s. m. current of water;
i|

works; -exHBiiif, adj.


Bo;i;oM6HHa, Bo;i;oM6flHfl, s. f. ravine, watergall; -oiiHMil, adj.
Bo^OMBpHuff, adj.
npuooph, water - gauge;
il

II

-Haa mpyuKa,

glass-gauge.
Bo,'^OM'BI)'b, s. m. hydrometer, water-poise, water-meter.
Bo;i;oH(>CHiintj adj. serving to carry water,
aquiferous.
Bo,!i;oh6c', s. m. yoke (of icater-earrler); waterbucket, water-pitcher;
,
-CKa, s. f. water-car||

rier.

Bo^^oonncjiHie, s. n. hydrography.
Bo;i;ooniicaTeas, .s. m. hydrographer.
Bo;i;oonHcaTe.ibUBiH,r/4/.hydrographic, al.
Bo,T;ooTBo;i;HHft, adj. -uaa mpyoa, waste-pipe;
Hafl Kauaea, draining-ditcli.
Bo;i;ooT;iuBHwfi, adj.HacocT,, water-emptying

|i

|j

pipe, gutter.
Bo;i;oTo.iia,

s. f.

water-pestle-mill.

Bo^TjOTOUHHa, s. f. a current of water, which


has pierced through a dam.
Bo;i;oToiHbift, adj. giving water; flowing, run-

engine.
Boj^onii;!;^,
II

||

m.

s.

cataract,

water-fall, cascade;

-^liHBlfl, adj.

ning (water).

"XOXb, s.m.

Bo;i;oxo;i;eu,'L,

B6;fi;ona;T;i., s. f. decrease or fall


Bo;i;oni!Tie, .<?. a. water-drinking.

Bo;i,oniiiu,a,

Bo;i;oxo;i;Hbiii, adj. navigable, for navigation.

a water-drinker;

s. c.

navigator, boatman,

waterman.

of water.

-hbih dpom,

teetotaler.

jl

Bo;i;oxo;i,CTBO,

s. n.

navigation.

Bo;i;oxpaHHaHme,
n. reservoir, cistern.
Bo;i;ono,T;7.e5iHHil,
Bo;^oiepnaHle, s. n. drawing of water; -uepadj.
for
raising
water,
hydraulic; -naa .\ia\uuHa, mcch. engine for raising naTejbHHft, adj. for drawing water; -hoc kowater, water-raising engine, water-works.
.leco, wheel to draw up water; -Haa .Hamuna,
Bo;^onoeMHHft, adj. laid under water, over- water-engine.
flowed.
Bo;^oyHCTUJIbHa, s. f. water-filter,
Bo.Tionoi'i,
Boj^ouncTuxeJibHbitt, adj.
naa .Hauimia,
m. -nofina, s. f. 'Xio^iio, s. n.
Bo;i;on.iaBHbiii, adj.

Posited wood.

.9.

'\

.s.

water-trough; horse-pond; omoecitiu Aouiadeu ua


to take horses to water.
Bo,i;on6iiKa, s.f. dim. -noeuKa, water-trough
(in a cage).
Bo;i;on6fiHoe, adj. s. n. waterage, water-duties.
Bo;i;ori6.ii.e,

Bo^onoab,

n.

.s.

overflowing; water-flood
li

s.

(of rioers);

overflow,
high water;
f.

^AhiUAii, adj.
Bo;ii;(>n])OB6;i;eu,i.,

-npHBo^^eu,!.,

.<;.

m. hydraulic

engineer.

Bo,^()npoBo;i,'niK'i.,

Bo/^oiipoBo;^!.,
canal.

Bo^^inipoTOKi.,

s.

.s'.

m.

.s.

m.

m. plumber.
aqueduct, water -course;
wuter-duct;

-TO'iHUtt,
i|

adj.
Bo;^oi)a3;i;b.i'b,
.s.

m. watershed.
m. clicm. hydrogen;
.<;.

-po;^nuft,

-p<V'^if(!Tr.iii, adj.

B(,xop6ft, s.m.

opuHiia^

s.f. see

BoAOMOHHa.

B6,^opo<Mi,,
f hot. soa-wecd, sea-ware, seawrack, fucusalga, flag, hydrophyte.
BOy^oj)-b3i,
nant.
.s\
m.
cut - water;
hird^
.s'.

j|

skimmer.
Bo;^ocOop'b,
culver-key.

jj

||

Bo;-^onj)OBo;^Hijri, rttZy. water conducting, leading


water; -Haa mpySa, water-pipe, water-conduit,
water-spout; conduit-pipe of an aqueduct.
Bo,'^(mi)OBo;^CTBO, s. a. hydraulics.

Bo,T;opo;^'i.,

filtering-machine, filtering-stone.
B6;i,oiHbiii, adj. of brandy; made of brandy;
aasodh, distillery.
Bo;i;paTbca (fat. B,T,epycb), see I3AHpaTbc;i.
npcom, the cross put
Bo;i,py3KaJibHbiii, adj.
up to mark the place for the altar (when laying
the foundation of a church).
B();i;pyiKaTi., Bo;i,pyaHTb, 0. a. to erect, set up;
-3MTb 3Ha.HH, to raise, to set up a standard; /"t^;.
to immerse (the crossj; -ca, v. p. to be erected,

s.

m.

hot.

columbine,

aquilegia,

be set up;i|^jr(r*. p. Bo;^py(iHHbift.


Bo;^pya:cuic, s. n. setting up, erecting (of a
standard); immersion (of the cross).
Bo;i,aHiiK7>, s. m. min. enhydrite.
Boj^aniicTOCTb, s. f. ^vateriness, waterishness.
Bo^'^aHiicTi.iili; adj. waterisli, watery; aqueous;
-TiJC njiodu, watery fruits.
whortle-berry;
B<;^auiii^a, a-, f.
tree,
bear's
crow- berry.
/".
Bo;^}niKa, .9.
dropsy, hydropsy; cmpadawmiu
-.^auKoft, dropsical, iiydropic, hydropical.
BO/^aauft; adj. of water, watery; -Hiia .ue^iH'Off, water-mill; -Hija coodwciiifl,
cations; -iiaa Kpucn, water-rat;

water-communi-niia ntnHua,

water-Cowl; -Hbia paoncnin, aquatic plants; -aaa


chem. balneum, water-bath; -aaa ooAthjub,
dropsy; sec. BojiauKa; -iimo nacu, water-clock,
clepsydra;
SMnU, hydra; astr. W-^Avi, {constella-

6aHii,

tion);

hot.
II

-naa

9e2JOMa,brooklime;becabunga;

-HiMi Manvi, hrookmint;

Aanj/iuHiiin,, water-lily:

water-caltrop:

QMel^,

cicuta,

duck's-moat;
Bo;u,iiHocTb,

s'.

j;

water-plantain;
cow-bme: -iiaa veuesima, Icmna,
m. a water-sprite.

02? ""'"C",

!K?<.i6it):5,

Bo;^aHiil[,

see

Bojihuhctocti,,

Boii;HncTHH.
Iio;i;iiHBT&,

grow watery;

to

V. n.

jj

to

grow

serous (of blond).

BoeBsiTb, V. n. to war, make war against;


BOM)ioin;iJi dcpucaau, belligerent powers.

BocBoj^a,

x.

commander
province;

obs. waywode, chief of an army,


an army; governor of a town or

111.

of

Boe;^i^HO, ado. in one, at one, together, conjointly,


jointly.

BoOiHaqa.iBHnKt, s. m. chief, commander of an


-nnqift, -nnnecKiii, adj.
BoeHaiiLiBCTBO, BoeHaua.iie, s. n. command
j

of an army.

BoeHaia.ibCTBOBaTb,

to

v. n.

command

BosCpaHHTCiBUBiJi,

adj.

pro-

intei'dictory,

hibitory.

BiujOpaHHTB, B036paHUTB,

V.

a.

to prohibit,

interdict, forbid.

Bo30y,^iiTe.iB, s.m. -unH,a, s. /". exciter, instigator, encourager; inciter, stimulator: jjrovoker.
Bo30y;^HTe.iBHOCTB,.s./". incitability,provocativeness.
Bo30y;^iiTeJiBHBift, ndj. stimulating, stimulative; exciting; provocative: -Hoe AeKapcniao, cpedoueo, med. a stimulant, incit;int.

Bo36yac,"i;aeMOCTB,

.s.

f.

excitability,

be excited.
Bo36yJK;^aTB, BOsOyj^iiTB,

-;iiCKitt, ailj.
li

BocBOj^cTBO, s. n. waywodeship.
BocBo;i;cTBOBaTB, v. n. to be a waywode.

army:

B03B

v.

a.

easiness to

to excite,

iiro-

voke; to urge, rouse, start; to kindle (anger, passion); to incite;


MaAocmb, annemaim>, to excite
sHUMauie, aaoucnibj peeuocmb, to
pity, appetite:
rouse attention, envy: to awaken jealousy; .Myjmecmeo, to cheer on, up, to encourage: oonpoch, to
start a question; -ca, v. j). to be excited, be
jj

awakened, etc.:\}part. p. BoaOyacjteHHuff.


an
BosOyKj^aiomitt, adj. and part. pr. exciting,

army.

BoeHHOHaia.iBHHK'B, see BoenaiajiBHHKi..


BocHHon.iiHHUft, adj. s. m. prisoner of war.

excitive, stimulant;
stimulant, stimulus.

Bo3(yH:;i;eHie,

-mee

excitation,
excitement,
stimulation;
instigation;

n.

s.

BoeHHonox6;i,HHtt, adj. used during the cam- incitement, inciting;


awakening.
paign.
Bo30ya:,i;eHHOCTB,
BoeHHopa6oiiii, adj. s. m. military workman.
tation.
BoeHHOCMpoTCKiit, adj. of military orphans.
Bo3Be;i;eHie, s. n.
BoeHHOCjyasamift, adj. serving in the army,

cpedcmeo, vied, excitant,

;';

s. f.

excitement:

i:

med. exal-

elevation,
preferment (in
es cmerank, dignity); exaltation (of the pope);

military.

ij

BoeHHOciTaKHTeJB,

s. in.

an attendant

soldier;

train-soldier.

BoeHHOcyAHBiii, adj. of a court martial.


BoenHOyiedHEitt, adj. -hoc aaeedeme, military

(to dignities); to exalt:

school.

BosBHraenie.
BosBCiHioHiej s. n. exaltation, elevation:
ing up to.
Bo3Be.iHiHBaTB, B03Be.iHnnTB, V. a. to
neub, see

-ca, o.
be proud
l]

leadraise

honoured:
oi:\\part. p. bos-

r.

to be

adj. of war, military; martial; -Hoe to exalt one's self; to


military-saddle: -HOC ^?6.ro, military art;-HaH BeJHieHHLiii.
BosBeceJiaxB, BOSBece.iiiTB, -ca, see Bece-naa c.njMon,
0KU3Hb, warfare, soldier's life:
ca.
profession; .iHTi.,
military
service,
warfare, military
B03B0;i;iiT&, B03BecTii, V. a. to raise, lift up;
-HEIH itayKii, military sciences; coamnn, ci/dh,
council of war, court-martial; ;;/cwe&, articles of -;i;uTB sdanie, -bcctu omi kt, ueoy, to raise an
war, martial-law; -Hwe Awdii, soldiers, military, edifice; to raise one's eyes towards heaven; to
military m en; -Hoe.wuc^Mej^cmo, war-department, raise (in dignities, rank); -;i;utb oodunenie,
ao cmeneub, see Bo3bhministry of war; .Mi(wc??i^5, minister of war; kuh- to accuse, to inculpate:
ice.iapia -Haro MiiHncmepcmoa, war-office; -HBia raaTb;i -ca, v. p. to be raised up, he elevated:
dtbucmmn, operations of war; -Hoe cnqpHMenie, I part. p. B03Be;i,eHHBifi.
Bo3BpaTiiMocTS, s. f. rctrievableness.
war-fnrniture; -hoc opeMH, war-time; o6hH8mnh
retrievable;
Bo3BpaTH3iHfi, adj. revertible,
(lopodh) na -homt. noAOMenia, to proclaim martial

BoeHHMii,

CJi().to,

1|

reversionary.

law, to place under the martial law.

BoeainHHa,

soldiership, soldiery, soldiering.


BoxiiE'B, -aKiiTafi, -SKJiTuft, s. m. leader,
conductor: .ytedoibda, bear-ward, bear-driver.
Boa:;i,ea'BHie, s. n. longing, wish, desire, appetite; n.iomcKtH -nia, the desires of the flesh, the
pleasures of the flesh, the thorn in the flesh.
Boa;;i;e.TBHHMft, adj. desired, wished; -aoe
sdpaeie, perfect health; -ho, ado. at a wish,
according to one's desire.
BoaE;i;eaiTB, v. n. to long, long after, for.
Boac;i;eHie, .s. n. leading, conducting.
'Ro7E]i,h, s. m. chief, chieftain; leader, conductor.
BoffieHBiit, adj. pop. romping, wanton, petulant.
s. f.

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BosBpaTHwfi, adj. returning: nymb, return,


na -hoiwb nymii h ecmpibmu.n eio, I
met })im on my way back; ^.la^o.^^, gram, reflective
returning;

-noe npaMOAUHeiiuoe douMeuie, reciprocating


motion, backward and forward motion; -uoe
KpyioGoe ddiiiiceHie, seesaw: med. -uaa lopHHKa,
recurrent fever.
BosBpaxi., s. m. return, returning: restitution,
restoral; restorement.
verb;

Bo3Bpain;aTB, BosBpaxiiXB, v. a. to return,


give or bring back again: to recall: 35 ccuaku,
to recall from banishment; to recover, restore; to
retrieve; to reinstate, set up again; BoSBpaxuxB
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Kh doopodibmeAK, na nymb ncmiiuHuu, to


reclaim one to virtue, to put in the right way;
deiibiii,
Kb 0KH3HU, to restore or recall to life:
the reins.
Bo3, Boc, B3, BC, particles serving to form a adopoube, to recover one's money, health: Ko.sty
quantity of words by giving them the meaning Awooob, to reinstate one in tlie affections: -ca,
part. p.
to return, come back or again;
V. r.
similar to prepositions: up, re, in.

Boxssa,

s.

Bos^aTB,

f.

KOio

rein.

V. a.

to

rein,

to fasten or put

on

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Bo.^OJtaro^^apeHie,

s.

n.

Bo36JiaroAapHTB,

o.

a.

thanks

thanks, thanksgiving.
perf. to thank, give

to.

Bo36paHeHie, s. n. interdicton, prohibition.


Bo36paHiiTeaB, s. m. -HHi^a, s. f. interdictor,
prohibiter.

B03Bpau^eHUBiri.
Bo3Bpau](eHie,

s. n. return; no Moe.Hh -nin, on


return;
restitution (of a debt); reversion
(of an estate); recovery, restoration (of health).
BoaBumaxB, BOBBwcnxB, o. a. to heighten; to
raise (a wall, a house, prices); to lift, lift up; to

my

jj

B03B

lojioa,

augment;
Mocmb, to

to raise one's voice; cmoitincrease the value; to elevate, exalt


(to dignities, ranks); to advance (the price);
math. e^ cmeneuh, to involve; -ca, v. r. to raise
one's self; to lift; to increase, augment; [part. p.
BOSBfallUeUHBIJi.
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BosBEJuieHie^

heightening

raising,

n.

..

constructions);

augmentation,

meMnepamypu,

I'ising

increase,

t|

ij

ly, tily.

BosBtcTHTCib,

s.

in.

announcer.
BosB-feCTHTeJibHiaS,

-Hiiii,a,

messenger,

s. f.

BosB-femaTB, BOSB-fecTHTL,

de-

notice,
to

a.

V.

give notice; -ca,


p. B03B']&iii,eHHUti.

notify,
il^Jrtr^

BosBtmeHie,

s.

announcement,

n.

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Bo3;](BH2BGHbe,

Bo3ji;epacHBaxB, -;i;epaKaxB, v. n. to restrain,


-a^axB ceoh iHibGh, to bridle or contain
one's anger; -ca, v. r. to abstain, forbear (from);
to contain or restrain one's self; om dojitbe ne
M017, -acaxBca, he could no longer contain himself;
-xaxBca 07m lunea, to bridle, contain
one's anger.
Bo3;i,epasH0CXb, s. f. see BoaAepajanie.
Bo3;i;epa:HUfi, adj. temperate, abstinent, abstemious; moderate, sober; -ho, adv. ly.
re])ress;

j|

jj

notification,

i{

mate,

chem. sublimatory.
a. chem.
to subli-

coci/d<>,

B3orH<T,TB,

V.

volatilize.

BoaropaeMocTB,

s. f.

inflammability.

form.

Bo3;^yxon.iaBaHie,

BcsropiiTB, BCiropixB,
kindle, take fire, inflame;
stirred

up,

be

broken out.
Bo3rop;^HTB,

v.

n.

-ca,

v.

to

r.

to be
kindled, be
roused; -piiJiacB eouna, war has
v. a.

i,

to

perf.

pride,

make

-Hnna, s. f. aeronaut.
Bo3;i;yxon.iaB.aTe.ibHHfi, adj. aerostatic, aero-

Bos^^yxonjiaBaxe.ib, s.m.
nautic.

Bo3;^yxoHpoBo;^HMii,

requite, remunerate,
to return good for

retaliate;

do6po.\i^

aa

3.10,

to retaliate injnTies;decfimepuu,eK, to requite


tenfold;
-ca, v. p. to be given, be rewarded, be

chalice).
Bo3;i;yiUHLiii,

jjari.
I

Boa^^amiHti.
reward, recompense,

Bo3;^aaiiie, s. n.
neration; requital, retaliation.

remu-

adj.

aerial,

airy;

na.ienie,

meteor;

fire-ball;

-Hoe npocmpau-

Ka.uenb, aerolite, meteoric stone;


air-valve, wind-pipe; coci^da, air-vessel;

KAanam,
j{

JcuiOKo, castle in the air.


Bo3;i;biMaHie, s. n. raising, rising.
Bo3;i;biM}ixe.iBHHfi, adj. raising, soaring.
Bo3;i;RMaxb, B3;iibiMaxb, 0. a. to raise, uplift;

fig.

-ca,

V. r. to rise, soar, mount.


Bo3;i;MxaHic, see lisAux&nie.
Boa^bixaxciB, Bo3;^bixaxB, see BsAHxaTeab,
B 3 A H X a T t.
Bo3;i,'hBaxb, BOS^^BXb, V. a. to raise up, put

[|

up,

lift

up;

2)art. p.

Bo.'{;i,iiiU'XBi(',

.s.

B03;i;BXbiii.

n. action, effect.

Bo3;i;ijlicxBOBaTb, 0. n. 2)erf. to begin to operate.


Bo3;^ii.ibiBiiiiic, -.lanic, *. n. tilling, ploughing
(land); cultivation (vine, land).

m. -HUi^a,
ploughman, cultivator.

|{03;i;ij.iMBaxo.ib,
tiller,

.><.

Bo3,^Tj.iMBaxb, B03^'B.iaxb,

.s\

dignity).

Bo8;;BHraTb, -^^BiirnyTb, v. a. to raise, erect,


monument )\ na Ka.Miin cv.Mh -my
uepKOuh Mow, upon tliis rock will 1 build My
set up, rear (a

s. f.

husband-

V. a. to cultivate;
p. to be cultivated, be
tilled, l)e ploughed; jj^nr*. p. BO;^D.iaiiHutt.
Itosiaca, l{<)3Haxb, see Boxaca, BoaiataTt.
Bo33KC'.'iiniic, N. n. desire, wish; concupiscence.
Bo33Kc.iaxB, V. a. perf. to begin to desire; to
long for, covet.
B(>3;]iraHie, BosaccHie, .s. n. kindling up.
Bo3<iiraxo.ib, s. m. -Hiii^a, s. f. kindler.
BoaHcuraxcibHUit, adj. kindling, lighting.

plougli,

-ca,

till;

V.

,s.

pneu-

cmeo, air-space;

to

BoHj^aaxcib, - j^axcib,
m. - iiHua,
f.
remnnerator, requiter, rcwarder, recompenser.
Bo3;^BMraHic, -;^Bii;Kciiie, s. n. erection, raising
(of a statue, monument); exaltation (in rank,

phys.

air-balloon, aerostat;
-naa maxmc, air-shaft; nacoch, phys. air-pump;
pneumatic engine, ^^vmge\peiyAmnopi>, air-chest;

man,

2>-

pneumatical; ?fl^w,

matic,

recompensed;

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ii

evihoAaiodapeuie Boty, to
give or return thanks to God; -;n;jiTb KOMy dn.ioicHoe, to pay duo honour to one; j^io.ms 3a a.ro,

-naa mpySa,

met.

BosjiiyxoiHcxuxe.'tbHKifi, adj. air-purifying.


to take
Bos^l.yx'b, s. m. air; ether; euhmu na
xt, in the open
air; na omKpumo.M'o, micmo.Ho
to air, to
air, out of doors; eucmaenmh na
put a thing out to air; pall, paten (of the

BoarpeMiiTB, see ^arpeMiTb.


Bo3;^aBaTb, B03;^aTb (pres. BOB^^aio, fut. B03XaMi), V. a. to render; to reward, recompense,

adj.

air-tube, air-shaft.

or

render proud: to puff' up; -ca, v. r. to get or


be proud of, to pride one's self upon; -;!i;HBiuncb
jjcmbKo.H7j, exalted or puffed up with success.

ucKyccmeo

n. aerostation;

s.

-Bania, aeronautics.

-Hoe

BoaropacsiBiif, adj. inflammable.

s. f.

Bo3;^yxoM-Bpic, s. n. aerometry.
Bo3;^yxoM-Bpi, s. m. aerometer.
Bo3;^yxoHarp'feBaxejibHHti, adj. air-heating.
Bo3;iiyxoHocHHtt, adj. aeriferous.
Bosj^yxooOpasHbifl, -xobh;^hbh1, adj. aeri-

\\

BoaroHaTB,

Bo3;i;yxo;i;yBKa, B03;i;yxo;i,yBHaa .uamitHa,


mech. blow engine, blast engine.

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BosroHO'iHHtt, adj.

;,

continence.

anuouuce,
p. to be

BosrjiaciiTeaB, see B 3 r .i a ui a t e ji t.
BoarJiacHtifi, adj. loud, sounding.
BoarjiacB, s. m. end of a prayer pronounced
in a loud voice; exclamation.
BosmauiaxeaB, s. m. proclaimer, public crier.
BoBr.iamaTB, BosrjiacHTb, v. a. to sound, pronounce in a loud voice; to publish, proclaim;
[part. p. BOHrjiaineHHUfi.
BoaraameHie, s. n. sounding, pronouncing in
a loud voice; proclaiming; rliet. epiphonenia,
exclamation.
BoaroBopuTb, v. n. perf. to begin to speak.
BoaroHKa, s. f. BosroHi, s. m. chem. sublima-

y^ecmnaio

-aseHCKifl, adj.
Bos^^BHsa^iBHUfl, adj. npecm-o, a large cross
used in religious processions.
Bo3;i;epa:aHie, s. n. temperance; abstinence,

notice.

tion, volatilization.

n. raising, erecting;

s.

Kpecma, the Exaltation of the Cross, Holy-cross-

v.

i|

announced;

.tnca, to raise a scaffold;


toneHte, to raise up a persecution;
-ca,
V. p. r. to be raised, be erected;
to rise, rise up;
\\part. ]). B03;i;BiirHyxbifi.

-THyxb

jj

giving

adj.

clarative.

advertise,

nodMocmKU,

church;

(of day, Holy-rood-day;

rise;

eodu
of the temperature;
ei pibKtb, the rising or increase of water in the
river; elevation, height, eminence, rising ground;
\\math.
60 cmeneub, involution.
Bo3BiJUieHHOCTb, s. f. height; eminence; rising
ground; elevation; nobility;
xapanmepa, elevation of character.
BosBhiuieiiHUfi, adj. high, elevated, lofty,
exalted, sublime; -naa dt/uia, an elevated soul;
HUfl nyscmoa, lofty sentiments; -ho, ado.
jj

Boaac

60

j]

B03JK

61

BosacnraTb, Bosxe'^B, v. a. (used mostly in


a figurative sense), to liglit, kiudle, fire, inflame;
eouui/, to
euMia.Hh, to burn incense;
to stir up;
kindle war; -ch, v. p. to be kindled, be lighted,
be fired; ii^ari. p. Bosaceniiuft.
i

Bo33BaHie,

invocation;

n. appeal: calling up,

s.

proclamation.

BoasBaxeabHHft, adj. invocative.


BoasBaxt, .see BsHBaxi.
Bo33p-BHie, s. n. look: opinion, mind, meaning:
H pasdihAHK) isame, I agree with you in opinion.
B033pBTb, see Ban part.

B030

BoBMyxHTOJib,

m.

s,

Hm^a^

an agitator,

s. f.

disturber; a seditious person.

BosMyxHxeJibHMfl,

udj.

rebellious,

seditious,

mutinous: revolting; sliocking; -Haa pwib, a seditious speech, a shocking discourse; -ho, adv.
ly;
om oederm ce6H -ho, his behaviour is revolting, shocking.

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BosMymaxb, BOSMyxHXb, v. a. to agitate,


disturb; to perturb;
cnoKo'ucmeie, to trouble one's
peace; to revolt, stir up, raise up; cio nm.iocmb
XH.ia occ co6paHie, his boldness roused the
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indignation of the wliole assembly; dmo -maexi


dyiuy, it is revolting: om -XM.Tb eecb Kpaa, he
see Bosi. caused the whole province to revolt; -ca, v. p. r.
to be disturbed; to rise against, revolt, rebel;
Bo:iu.ibHLift, adj. for carting.
Bosu.ibiu.iiR'B, s. m. carter, carrier, waggoner. KOJiouiu -XH.iHCb npomuay, Mempono.iiti, the colonies rose against the metrop>)lis; ne.iv3H e -ca
BosHTbj sec BesTH.
BosHTbca, V. r. to make an uproar, kick up eio nocmynKa.HU, one cannot help being indignant
a row; to move, have no rest; ue -sucb! be still! with what he does: \part. p. BOSMymPHHuii.
BosMymenie, s. n. sedition, revolt, mutiny;
Ch HU.Hh npmuA'iCb .unoio Bosiixbca, they had
commotion.
much trouble or much to do with him.
BosMijcxuxcib, s. m. -unu,a, ,s. f. one who
B63Ka, s. f. transporting, carriage, carting,

Bo33UBaTb; see BsuBaTL.


BoSHRi, s. in. dim. small cart-load;

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conveyance, wheeling.
Bosaaraxb, BOsaoaKsixb, v. a. to lay upon; to
charge; to put on; to confer; to bestow upon;
to confer a business
dtbAo, omeibmcmeeHHOcmh,
to, to charge with the responsibility; ^j.'/km, 'fcto lay or impose hands, to crown; wauextio,
ynnaauie wa, to put expectations in,
dejKdbi,
-ca, v. p. to be laid, be charged,
put trust' in;
be imposed, be conferred; li^jari. p. BOSJioaBCH-

substitutes, replaces, compensates.

Bo3Mlim;ixb, BOSMlicxiixb,

a.

V.

to

put in

its

place; to substitute, replace: to compensate, make


npomopu u y6umKu, to
up; to repay, indemnify;
indemnify expenses and damages: -ca, v. p. to be
j

replaced,

be compensated,

BOSMt-

etc.;\\part. p.

ni,eHHbifi.

BosM-femeHie,

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n.

s.

replacement; compensation,

indemnification.

BosHarpaac^^axb, -rpa^uxb,

v. a. to reward,
requite, remunerate; to indemnify,
compensate; -;i;HXb nomepHHHoe epe.nn, to make
up for lost time;-;iiHXb 3a y6umom, sa noneueniH,
to indemnify for the loss, compensate for the
cares; -ca, v. r. p. to be compensated, be indem-

Hblf{.

Bo3.ieaKaxb, B03.ieib,
to be lying.

v. n.

to lie

down upon; recompense,

BsjieaiaxB.
Bosaexaxb, B03Jiex-BXb, see Bajieiait.
Bo3Jie.iTiflXb, see

BosJiiiBaxb,

V.

a.

to

BosjHKOBaxb,

V.

n.

pour
to

in.

il

give

one's self

up

to

joy, to triumph.

Bosaianie, s.
BoBJoaseHie,

pouring on; libation.


n. imposition (of hands); laying

n. aspersion,
s.

.see

B03Harpaxj;eHHHtt.

BosHarpasE^^CHie, s. n. recompense, reward;


remuneration: indemnification, compensation.
i

BosHaMipHBaxbca, -M-Bpnxbca,

v.

r.

to get

an intention, conceive a design.


Bo3Hero,i,OBaxb, v. n. to become indignant.

on, charging.

Bo3Jioxuxb,

nified; \\part. p.

Bos.iaraTB.

Bo3HeHaBH;i;'fexb, v. a. to feel hatred to.


prep. gen. beside, by, near; ft cmonM
BoBHecenie, s. n. bringing up; as; ent; -Tocueto, I stood beside or by him: (^ado. nigh, by; om
nodne. Ascension of Christ; Ascension-day, Holy
he walked by the side.
u^e.^^
BosjiJoO.ieHHbiu, -Haa^ adj. beloved, dear; Thursday (feast).
BoBHHKiiHie, BoBHHKHOBCHie, s. n. rising up,
s. beloved man or woman, love, sweetheart.
Bo3Ji)6.iaTb, -.iH>Oiixb, v. a. to take a liking starting up; breaking out; oonpoca, the starting
of a question.
to; to cherish, love.
BoBHHKaxb, BOBHHKHyxb, V. n. to arise, break
Bo3Me3;i;ie, s. n. reward, requital, remunerathe law of re- out; to start, start up; oh .voe.vo cepdii,n -Kao
tion, retaliation; aaKoub -Aia,
co.HHtbHie, doubt arose or sprang up in my heart;
taliation.
BosMeuxaxb, v. n. perf. to fancy; o ce<J, to y MeHH -KJia .uwc.tft, a thought came into my
mind; U3b dmoto .MOOKcmi, -KHyxb dn.w, this may
get a high opinion of one's self.
Bo3H03:ho, adv. possibly; v. imp. it is possible; cause a lawsuit; ,|par^ p. BOaHHKuiifl.
BoBHUEX., BoBOBHK'b, s. m. draught-horse.
as much as possible, as far as possible;
CKOAbKO
Bo3HHn,a, -HHqitt, s. m. coachman, driver;
if
possible;
uaynnu ace, umo moAhKO
ecjiii
aicamb, learn all that can possibly be known; ao3- I astr. Charioteer.
BoBHocHXb, BOBHCCXH, V. a. to raisc, raise up;
CKopwe, come as soon as
epaw/aumecb CKO.tb
ueoy, witli liands raised to heaven;
6ojine, as much or as many as -Hcca pyKU
possible; CK0.it>
to laud," exalt, praise, cry up; KOto do He6ech, to
possible; CKo.ib.iy>i\ue, as well as possible; -hopraise a person up to tlie skies: .Ho.tumoy, to
Au! is it possible! you don't say sol
possibility; feasibility; po- offer up a prayer; -ca, v. r. p. to ascend, mount,
BosMOSUocxb,
f.
tentiality; no -cxn, loc. adv. as much or as far rise; fig. to exalt one's self; to be lifted up; to
become yroud: Cnacutne.tb -uecca na ne6o, our Lord
as possible.
BosMOXHbiiJf; adj. possible; feasible; practicable: ascended into heaven: Kmo c.mu^KnM^ -hochxch,
-Hoe, what is possible; cdn.iae.Hb ace -Hoe, let us 6ydemi yntUKcm, wliosoever exalteth himself shall

Boaa*,

II

il

.s'.

i|

do our utmost.
Bo3My5Ka,Jiocxb,

be
s.

f.

-aBanie,

s.

n.

virility,

manhood, puberty, age of puberty.


Bosmy^EaJiuti; adj.

adult,

pubescent,

tion,

nubile,

attain the age of puberty;


strong.

\\pcirt.

s.

]|

the Host.

BoBHH,

marriageable.

BoBMyKfixb, V. n. to
fig. to become or grow

p. BOBHecennutt.
n. raising up, lifting up; elevaexaltation: ^ajjoe* au oSibdneh, elevation of

abased;

BoBHOinenie,

s.

f.

bustle, romping, racket.


to repossess, take possesv. n.

Bo3o6.ia;^axb,
sion.

B030
Bo3o6noBiiTe.ib,

s.

m.

-HHU,a,

s.

f.

62

BOHC

Bp3CxaBaTb,

renewer,

B03cxaxb (pres. -exaio, fut.


to rise, arise; to revive; -cxaxb
to rise from the dead; to revolt,

-cxany), v. n.
u^^ uepmeux^,

restorer: reviver.

BoaoGHOBKxejibHMtt, adj. renewing, restoring.


Bo3o6HOBaeHie, s. n. renewing, renovation;

rebel, mutiny;

\\

to rise in insurrection;

-cxaxb

c^
restoration; revival; flooHe.i/eTOrt, the renewal of opyoKie.sn -o pyKUXhj to rise in arms; npomue~o
Koio, to rise up against one; to arm one's self
a subscription.
against; opomh -cxaJOE. na opama, a brother
Bo3o6HOB.iae3iHfi, p. pr. renewable.
BoaoOHOB.'iiiTb, bosoOhobute, v. a. to renew, armed himself against his brother.
BoscxaBJiaxb, B03CxaBuxb, v. a. to set on
renovate, restore; to legin anew; -bhts npenifi,
to re-establish, restore;
to erect;
to recommenre discussions; -butb pa3lo<iop^, to foot, set up;
resume the conversation; -biitb moptooAio, to il'-CHf^v. p. to be erected; to be restored; ||^ri. jj.
restore a trade; -ca, v. p. r. to be renewed; to B03CxaB.ieHHHii; \\see BoscTaHOBAflTB.
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Bo3CxaHio, s. n. revolt, rising, insurrection;


recommence, begin again; sauna -BUJiacL, the war
nodaoumb
to put down an insurrection; eceo6recommenced; il_por^. p. BOSodHOBJieHHiiiii.
BosoBHKi,, see Boshhkx.
tuee, general rising;
tear, .\iepin(suxu,
resurrection.
BosoBoii, adj. draught; brought by carriage.
Bo3CxaHOBiixcji&,
BosoKi., s. VI. dim. Boao'ieiii, coach on slides.
m. -Hnn.a,
f. restorer,
BoaouiaTb, see BoaHTL, Bo- re-establisher, renewer.
BosonuTB,

.'j.

.s.

i ;j

Bo3CxaHOBDTejibHMu,

b.

adj.

reparative;

c/te.
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Bo3pa;i;oBaTB, see Pa^iOBaxt.


Bo3i)aa:aTejb, *. m, -Hun,a,

deoxidating, disoxidating.
s.

f.

BoscxaHOBJieHie,

replier,

s.

n.

restoration, re-establish-

ment, renewal, renovation;

objector.

BospaactiTb, B03pa3iiTb,

v.

a.

to object, reply,

make an

objection; to repartee, refute; to counterHe -atauTel not a word! npomulS^ amoio


ueueto-, there is no objection.
Bo3paac;i,aeMocTb, s. f. reproductibility.
Bo3paae;^aeMbIfi[, p. pr. reproductible.
Bo3paac;];aTB; B03po;^HTb, v. a. to reprodu e;
to regenerate; to revive, bring to life again; Kpexne-ca,
uie .;i;aeT'b waca, baptism regenerates us;
v.p.r. to be born again, be regenerated; to renew;
to revive; 0eHUKCo -^^aexca u^^ caoeio nenjia, the
phcenix rises from its own ashes; uadeoicda -^^aeTca
oi Moe.m cepdun, hope revives or springs up in

check;

do6paio UMenu, reha-

bilitation.

BoscxaHOBjaxi, BoscxaHOBHXb, v. a. to reestablish, restore, reinstate; i-BHXb cooe adopodie,


cooto penytnaritiHj, to recover one's health, to
re-establish one's reputation: to restore, rehabilitate (one's name, rights); to reinstate (in an office);
|j

to revolt, raise; to stir up against; chem. to


reduce {metals); -ca, v. r. to be re-established,
be restored, etc. ;l part. p. B03CxaH0BJieHHMft.
BoscMaanie, s. n. sending up; offering up,
addressing (prayers).
Bo3Cbi.iaxb, B03CJiaxb, v. a. to address (prayers);
to send up, offer up; -ca, v. p. to be addressed,
be sent m^,^^^part. p. Boscaaaubifi.
my heart; \\^part. p. B03poac;i;eHHHii.
Bo3pa3CeHic, s. n. objection, reply, repartee,
Bo3ct;^aHie, s. n. sitting.
Bo3C'fe^axb, BoscBCXb {fut. -caj^y), v. n. to
refutation; Zaw, answer.
I
BospacxaHie, s. n. growth; | augmentation, sit in, on, down; to seat one's self, to take a
increasing.
seat;
na npecmoAib, to sit on the throne; to be
Bospacxaxb, BOspacxH, v. n. (pres. B3poc'b), to throned; na npecjin, iron, to sit in an armchair.
Bos'iuK'b, see BomnKt.
grow, grow up; to augment, increase; doxodu eio
Bo3MTBCXBOBaxb, V. a. perf. to begin to feel.
-xaKtX'b, his income is increasing; maMz, tdib
ondCHOcnih -xaexx., wherever danger increases;
Bo3T., s. m. cart-load, \&-a\dpooh, cart-load of
-xawmaa c;coj9ocwi6, accelerated velocity; -xaH)iu,ia wood; prov. umo c^ Boay yna.io, mo nponn.io,
vmpomu, natit. high latitudes.
ex'pl. what is lost, is lost.
Bo3'bHMiiXb, Bo3biM^xb, V. u. to get, conceive
Bospacxi., s. m. age; ona yotce na -cxi, she
is no longer young.
(a hope, a doubt).
Bospau^axb, BOspacxHXb, v. a. to bring up
m. pi. obs. troops, forces, army.
BoH,
(children); to rear (miimals^ plants);^ -ca, v. p. to
Boii, s. m. groan, moan; howl, howling (of
be brought a\}]\\part. p. B03pameHHMft.
animals).
BofiJioKi., s. m. dim. -jio^ckx, felt, felting;
Bo3paui,eHic,
n. bringing up, rearing.
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jj

i,

'n

jj

>s.

||

s-.

BospeBHOBaxb, v. n. to become or get jealous.


BospHXbca, V. r. hunt, to look about (of dogs);
to perceive.

Bospo^uxcJib,

s.

m.

-HHua,

s.

f.

regenerator,

restorer.

Bo8poat;^aeMocxb,

BoapasKAaeMOCTB.

see

Bo3p():u;^acMbiA, see

-Haa

tiunna, felt-hat.
m. felt-maker.
Boiiiia, s. f. war; Me-JtrdyycoCHnn, civil war,
intestine war; na -h-b, at war; oecmu -ay, udmii
-Hoii, to make, to wage war with, against; to be
jj

-jionHhifl, adj.

Boftao'iUHKi.,

at

BonpaaAaeMUH.

war

s.

with; to levy

war against.

BoftHCiioOHBuft, adj. liking war.


BuuHCKiii, adj. martial: military;

-ckh, ado.
tarily.
ly,
regeneration; revival (of
BouiicxBCHiiocxb, .9. f. martialism.
arts); .veoeAb no aKi/cth -;^euia, furniture in the
BoiiucxHCHHutt, adj. warlike, martial; dya;^,
style of the Renaissance: revival (sjriritual).
napodh, warlike spirit, nation: Md, a martial air.
Hospoiixaxb, V. n. to begin to murmur.
BoHHCXBO, s. n. army, troops, forces: soldiery;
Bospbij^axb^ see
ay) 1.11 an..
xp)Hcmo.i)(i6i(u(ie
no3('iaxb, 0. n. to begin to shine, gleam.
the most pious army.
BoiiiiCTiiyiouUi^, adj. militant; -lu;aH uepKOob.
Boacjaxb, see Bo3CHjiaTi>.
Bo3C<)Cj^HHeHie, s. v. reunion, rejoining;
the churcli militant.
ItoMiii., s. 7)1. warrior, combatant, figliter, soluepK'ich, the reunion of tlie Clmrches.
Bo3Coc;^iiiuixb, B03(oe;^IlIl^^TI., v. a. to reunite, dier.
HoMCiio, x.
//.
army: j'l- noftcKa, troops,
join again: iljxtr^. p. B()8(;o('^HiieHiibitt.
Bo3poc;^axb, Bospoj^uxb, see Boapaat^^axi..

BoHpoHCj^eiiio,

n.

s.

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Bo3co3;^anie, s. v. recTcation.
B(:jco3ii;^axb, l{03C03,'^aBaTr., noacos.iiaxb,
to recreate, create anew: to reluiild,
2)art.
II

p. Bosco3;^auHwfi[.

forces.
v.

n.

re-estabiisli;

HoftcFCoiJofi, adj. of the Cossack troops;


Ho.ihuum,, cliief of the Cossack troops.
BoHCXMiiy, adv. indeed, truly, verily.

na-

BOET
warrior: -Hni^a,
7)1.
BoHTCib,
warrior; astr. Bellatrix (star).
.S-.

,?.

BoJiTU, see Bxcahtb.


BofiTOBCTBo, s. n. funrtion of a
(in Poland).
BoftTT., s. m.

bailiff,

TOBCKiif, adj.
BoKJiOy.ia, s. /'. word, term, vocable;
vocabulary.
BoKii.iH3imin, .9. /'. vocalization.
BoKaaiiiiujioBiiTB, v. n. to vocalize.

-Haa

vocal;

adj.

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BOJIO
BoJOBHiia, .. f. ox-hide.
Bo.ioBift, adj. ox's, of an ox; -Bba Kootca, oxhide, bull-hide;
s3biK-h, see Bo;ior.iOAKa.

bailiwick

prefect (in Poland);

bailiff,

BoRajbuufi,

female

f.

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B<>.i)Bi{a, s.f. ox-stall, ox-house.

Bofi-

-aw,

pi.

m. public

s.

mpa es

shuttlecock;

s. tn.

battledoor

and shuttlecock.

s.

m. gallant, dangler, ladies'man.

s.

s.

m. hird, beef-eater.
/'.
chem. fibrine.
adj. fibrous;

filiimentous;

hot.

Bo.ioKHO,

n.

s.

dim. -iK6Hn,e,

filament, fibre,

Bo.iOKOBoii, adj. -Boe okho, sash-window.

BoaoKVUia,

met.
sledge;
casting - net,
s.f.
drag-net.
Bo.iOK'b, s. m. dim. bojoiok'b, geogr. portage,
carrying place; forest, road crossing the forest;
met. hook, iron-hook;
-iKOMi., adv.
ar^. truck;
i

i|

i|

.|

jl

by drawing.

m. volapiik.

s.

BciBflHRa, -Hvxa,

a yellowish

s. f.

Boj;^H})eBaTi.ifi,

pimpled, pimply.
Bo.i^ijupHHK'B,
s. in.

blister;

adj.

ij

Bo.ionucii, s.m. neat-herd; \astr. Bootes (con-

s. f. moisture, humidness, damp.


BojrJiHiii, adj. humid, moist, damp.

B).irHyTB, 0T-,
moist or dami^.

-TepHHii,

BoJiOHXepi, s.m.mil. volunteer;

mushroom

Boar-iocTB,

grow humid, become

n. to

V.

stellation).

BojrocaxnK'B,
jl

s. j.

\\&\v-vfovm (intestinal

gordius aquaticus (water-worm);


hot. maiden-hair.

ij

adj.

with

covered

BoaocaxMil,

BojiocacTwft,

blisters;

rock

worm);
crystal;

ciiCTufl,

adj.

hairy, pilose.

m. hot. bladder-campion.
dim. -^^upeK:!., -^^RpeieKt,
pimple;
wen;
bump, lump;

Bo-ioccHb, s. m. coronet (of the pastern).


BowiocHHR-b, s. m. a head-dress worn by peasant

s.

\\

-upHEjfi. adj.
Bo-iKaHHieCKifi, adj. volcanic.
BciKtiHt, s. m. volcano.
BoaKOj^aBT., s. m. wolf-dog.
BciKOHoacie, s. n. hot. lycopodium, club-moss.
sea-wolf, wolfBo-iKi, s. m. wolf; .MopcKou
fish, hHBS-.'i] pro V. KaK^ BOJRa hh Kop.Hu, a am ece

women.
BciocHOii, adj. of hair;
Bo.iocHOCTb, s. f. phys.

\\

e^ ATbcz lAfiduvn, expl. to turn a deaf ear to all


the advances or what is bred in the bone never
gets out of the flesh; Bo.iRa GomntCH, see Boatl-

BOJKaMH Mumh no bo-imbh ehinib, when


you are at Rome you must do as the Romans do;

puHb, a^na ecmpnub, speak of the


is sure to appear; omoMnmcH BoaKV
oeeubu CAesKU, expl. the harm done will he repaid;
cdibAumb mam,, nmoGz a 6bi.tz cuim u oonu mb.iu,
to run with the hare and hold with the hounds.
Bo.iHii, X. f. wave, billow; .uopcKi/i, ptbHuun
BOJiHu, the waves of the sea, of a river; bojhh
eoAoch, waves of hair; .HajieHbKaH wavelet.
B6.iR<a

and he

anat. capillary.

|j

capillarity.

Bo.iocoBH;i;HHfir, adj. capillary, capillaceous.


BoaocoKi, s.m. main -spring (of a watch);
dim. see B a c t.
BoJOCOHOCHHft, adj. hot. piliferous.
Bo.iocTHoft, adj. of a volost (of a district);
tribunal
cydh,
see CxapinHHa:
C7naptuiina,
of a volost; -Hoe npaoAenie, administration of a
il

volost.

Bo.ioCTb,

ca; cz

devil,

oxen.

(^i

fibrn.

(agaricus torminosus).

npo

driver

Bo.Tu;i;yuiKa,

Bo.iORHHHa, s.
Bo.iOKHHCTuii,

ampulla,

drover,

hot. bugloss, ox-tongue.


f. hot. hare's-ear.

filaceous.

Bo.i;!;Krpb,

m.

Bo.ioKiiTa,

Bo.iOK.iioft,

ball, hall on the railway-

BoKpiri., prep. gen. ado. round, around; about,


ceibma, a voyage
round about; nymemecmoie
to move round,
round tlie v.-orld; domamhcji
round about; ac.HA.H uepjinnmcH eoAuna, the earth
turns round the sun; dodpcmaoeaAa cmpa:?ica, the
guard watched around.

Bo.iauM)i;i,

s. f.

to dangle.

.MyauKa, vocal

station, station.

Bo.iiiHTb,

s.

Bo.i()r.io;i;Ku,

B0.10KHTCTBO, s.n. gallantry, dangling.


Bo.iOKHTCTBOBaTb, V. n. to seek intrigues,

music.

BoK3a.ni,

BcioBmiiKTb,

s.

f.

several villages).
Bo.ioo/b, s. m.

including

irr. dim. BOJOCOK'b, bo.ioc6-ckt, no -OKy, hair by


-cokx.
moAwuna -ca, hair-breadth; aa omi, within

xeKi., hair;

hair;

district

(a

volost

a hair-breadth of; hu aa not the least bit; euciimb Hit -CRB, to hold only by a hair or thread;
-COMT. eio ne mpouy, I will not hurt him in the
om^ paaopeHijt, to be on
least; 6bimb na -coKi.
hot. maidenthe very brink of ruin; DKencKiu
,

pi. bo-tocw, hair; c pibOxuMU


hair, adiantum;
Bo.iHa, ,s. f. fleece, wool.
BoJiHenie, s. n. agitation; tumult; emotion; -caiMH, thin-haired; macicamb, dpamb koio aa
undulation (of waves); .Mopji, agitation or rough- -Jiocu, to pull a person by the hair; poamb na
ce6>b -CH, to tear one's hair; ovu smoio -Cbi
ness of the sea: naut. high sea; ez napodn
there is some agitation or commotion among the cmanotiHmcH du6o.Hh, that makes one's hair stand
on end; .vampano, naOuniuu -COMl, a mattress
i/mooo, effervescence of minds: di/uicauoe
people;
,1

BoJiHHCTuii, adj.
stuffs);

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1]

stuffed with horse-hair.

emotion.

-CToe

wavy;

\\

watered,

tabby

(of

oKc.inao, corrugated iron-plate.

Bo.iHOBaHie, s. n. agitation, rising.


BojHOBaTe.ib, s. vt. agitator.
BojHOBiiTb, V. a. to agitate, trouble; fig. to
Gibmep7> -HyeT'b Mope, the
raise a commotion;
wind agitates the sea; -ca, v. r. to be in agitation; to get rough (of the sea., waves); to wave, be

s. m. horse-hair shoe.
Bo.i<)caaHU,a, see B;iac;iHHi^a.
B(.t<)<!aHRa, s.f. bolting-cloth; a game at which
little boys [lull each other's hair; (^awft Ko.vy -RV,
fig. to pull one by the hair.

Bo-iocaaiiKi,

|i

Bo.iocaaoi, adj. of hair; -naa Mumepia, hair-aoc cumo, hair-sieve; of horse-hair; .-

cloth;

il

|i

in

hair-mattress.
Bo.io'icnie, s. n. training;

mj'ii

commotion.
Bojiho.i6mi>,

s.

m. naut. breakwater.

BojHOoOpasHUit,
Bo.iHyxa,

BoaoBaut,

.s.

dragging;

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wire-

drawing.
IJo.io'iif.ibawfii,

adj. indulatory.

dim. -HviuRa, set' BojiB^iHKa.


m. vol-au-vent (pastry).

s.f.

!(,',

adj. wire-drawing;

-naa

.-

aaoodi, wire-mill;
muiia, wire-drawing-machine;
cmano.to, draw-bench (for wire).

BOJIO
Bo.ioiH.iBHH,

s. f.

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BOJia

B6.1BH0, adv.

drawing-frame; draw-plate;

freely;

jj

boldly;

openly;

frankly,

mil. slop arms.

wire-mill.

Il

BojiBHoj^yMOi^'B, s.m. -fl;yMKa, s.f. free-thinker;


m. wire-drawer.
draw, drag, trail; to protract, latitudinarian; -mhhiI, adj.
BoJiBHo;i,yMCTBO, s. >i. free-thinking.
prolong; oi//, to drag one's leg; to wire-draw;
Bo.iBHo;i;yMCTBOBaTB, v.n. to be a free-thinker;
soAomo, cepe6po, to wire-draM' gold, silver; -CH,
drag, trail; to draggle; to be trailed, be to reason against religion.
V. r. to
BciBHOHaeMHuit, adj. hired, free; -hmc padragged (of garments); fig. to court, run after,
dangle about, after; to make \o\e; .\part. p. BO.10- douie, workmen hired of their own accord without
compulsion.
leHHUfi.
Bo.iBHOOHpe;i;fe.iaiomific}i, adj. s.m. mil. volunB0.101MH, adv. pop. dragging, trailing.
teer.
BoJioib, v.a. irr. see Bojohhtb.
Bo.iBHOOTnyn;eHHijft, adj. s. m. -naa, s. f.
BOriTcpiaHeu,!!, s. m. -HKa, s. f. follower
freedman or freedwoman.
of Voltaire; free-thinker.
Bo.iBHonpaKTHKyioiu,ift, adj. freely or privately
Boayft, see Baayfi.
BoJixBOBRHie, s. n. magic, sorcery; divina- practising (medicine or some other art).
Bo.ifcHonpHxo;i;amifl, adj. s. m. day-scholar,
tion.
Bo.ixBOBaTe.ib, s. m. - HHi^a, s. f. diviner; extern.
Bo.iBHOCJiyuiaTe.iB, s. m. foreign-hearer (in the
magician.
university).
Bo.ixBOBiixe.ibHBiii, adj. belonging to magic.

BoJioqH.ibmHKi.,
Bo.ioiiiTi.,

V. a.

s.

to

|1

|1

jj

ji

;|

il

Bo-iBHOCTB,

BoJXBOBaTB,

V. n. to use ma^ic.
-bh, pi. magi, the
m. magian;
wise men of the East; yHenie -bobi, magianisra.
Bo.iqiiHKa, s. f. med. lupus.
Bo.iiaHi., s. m. hot. lupine.
Bo-iieHOKi., s. m. a young wolf.
Bo.i^eii,*, s. m. hot. thistle, way-thistle, foal-bit;
oAmocAoeeHHuu,
shepherd's-rod, shepherd's-statf;
-n,holy-thistle; min. tungsten; met. wolfram;

Bo-ixBt,

s.

\\

|i

Buhf

BoJBHUd,

jj

ij

adj.

BoJiiixa, Bo.iiHi^a,

s. f.

a she-wolf.

annemurm,

BoJiiiti; adj. wolfs, wolfish;

a wolf's

license (poetical).
-

dib.tamb

minded;
ece,

umo

eoadyxT,, open air; npodaeamb no Hoit iijibmb,


to sell at a price not prescribed; ()^j;s, moderate
heat (of an oven); fig. liberal opinion; 0H^ noaeo.%Hemo ce6n oueub -Hoe o6pameHie, he is too free

manners.
Bo.iBTHacepi.,
ckIh, adj.

paris,herb-paris, true-love; -ibh mpaea, flowering6060,


rush; -iBG .lUKO, spurge-laurel, mezereon;
Kopenb, wolf's-bane, aconite,
axe-vetch, lupine;
fox-bane; -iBe .mo.ioko, wolf's-milk; H.^row. u.^inmb
porrn u Miciu xeocrm, to join the fox's cunning
to the lion's strength oi- to the lion's skin.
BoiinBjiK'h, t>. m. hot. daphne, spurge-flax.

vaulting, vanltage.

j|

voluntary; free

yiudHo, he is quite free to do all that he


wishes;
ropodh, free - town, free-city;
nepeeodi,
free translation; - hhg cmuxu, free verses (of
nneiinal metre);
nopm^J free-port; - naa moptooMi, free-trade; -Hoe deiiotceme, voluntary motion;
e.uy

in his

free,

om BOaeHi

liberal; licentious;

appetite; io.40^5, canine hunger, ravenous hunger;


coll. wolf in the stomach; --ibh 3y6u, wolf's teeth;
-iUBfl HMa, ha-ha, haw-haw; fort, covert, ])\t;[\hot.
ai:omimo, monk's-hood; iBfl moda, spurge-flax,

liberty;

s. f.

adj.

s.

-xep-

m. vaulter, voltigeur;
|i

Bo.iBTHiKHpoBaHie,
Bo.iBTHa:iipoBaTB,

s.

v.

Bo.iBTOB'B, adj. phys.

n.

- acHpoBRa,

s.

f.

n. to vault.

cmo.ioh^ galvanic battery,

Volta's pile, voltaic pile, galvanic pile; voltaic


battery.
Bo.ibtij, s. m. volt (ter7n of horsemanship).
Bo.iB(|)pjiMi., s. m. mi)i. tungsten, wolfram; see

Bo-moEi, s. m. top, peg - top, humming - top; B a H e n B.


BoJiioxa,
nycKamh, to spin a top; hydrometer, water-

s.f. georn. volute; arch. ioHunecKaa,


ionic scroll, volute.
head or cover of a sledge or cart.
Boaa, s. f. dim. BOJBRa, BOJnniKa, will;
Bo.iuie6HnKi>, s. m. magician, enchanter, begood-will, willingness, free-will; no boji']^,
witcher;!! -HHU,a, s. f. a female magician, enchant- doopan
at will; no ceoch Boat, of one's own will; nporess, fairy; -HH'iifl, adj.
BojiiuefiHHiaTB, - meOcTBOBaxB, v. n. to use miitih B0.1H, against one's will; y atnoio wnomu
MHOio do6pou b6.ih, he is a very willing young
magic, be a magician.
BomcIh, God's will be done; noBoJuieOHBii'i, adj. magic, magical; fairy; enchant- man; da Oydemb
ing; i^/^e^.^?., npynihj magic-wand; -Haa (fjAeiima, AOMumhCH na Bo.iro HooKiio, to wait God's will;
u.uib7nb caoH) bojio, to have one's will or have a
magic-flute.
y.Hupaiowato, the
Bo.imeGcTBO, s. n. magic power, witcliery, sor- will of one's own; nocA7bduH
person; npu
last will or testament of a dying
cery, enchantment; magic.
do6pou, Boat oceio dociriuiHeuib, where there's a
BoJimc'OcTBOBaHie, s. n. using magic.
Jio.i'bf s. m. ox, bull; prov. a odnoio Bojca no will, there's a way; liberty, freedom; omnycmumb
detb lUKypu lie dejjymi, a bull cannot be skinned pa6a 7ia BO.iH), to give liberty to a slave, to
twice or a bull cannot be stripped twice of his manumit a slave; (iunycmu7nb na Boaw, to set at
liberty; will, inclination, free-will, discretion; omhide.
dambcn na bojh) uOAHaM7,, otbmpy, to give one's
BojfjHEa, s. f. bagpipe; -laHO'iHUtt, adj.
self up to tlie mercy of the waves, winds; omdatmc/i
Bo.iiJHO'iHHE'B, -.iijHHi.HR'B, s. 771. bagpiper.
na <) BOJiWj^to lay one's self at a person's mercy;
BojBKaMopiH,
f. hot. volkameria.
Bo.iBroTHTjft, adj. pop. alleviated, eased; -ho, cdambCH na bo.ih) no6ndumeAeu, to surrender at
cao6odHaH, free-will, full liberty;
discretion;
adv. in an alleviatt'd or eased manner.
uama, a a ue Moiy, do
oauia, as you please;
BojiBHUH, adj. s. f. letter of enfranchisement.
BoJBHHi^a, s. f. c^^ZZec. volunteers; coWec. liber- as you like, but I cannot; BO.iew, HeooAew, willing
or not, willing or unwilling; by fair means or
tine, rake.
1|

poise;

Il

i|

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il

.s.

;]

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!!

Bo^iBHHiaHBC,

s.n. licentiousness;

wilfulness;

foul;

daoamb

boam

pyKa.Hh, to be free with one's

II

daoah bo.ih pyKUM-,, keep your liands


such was your
still; na gmo 6uAa eama do6paH
Bo.iBHH'iaTB, V. n. to be licentious, be wilful.
Bo.iBKo, V. imp. wliy? c.w?/ 6htA0 othpiinib o6n- pl(;asurc; no cooeu Boaii, of one's own will or
maniMMi, why did he put faith in the promise, he head; damb bo.th) ceoti.Mi cmpacm/tMo, cooe.My
liands; ne

dissoluteness.

was wrong

to believe the promise.

eoo6paMceniH), to let loose one's passions, give free

BOM^

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BOPO

Bon.iuBbitt, adj. crying, wailful, lamenting.


scope to one's imagination; easmb bo.ho, to listen
Bon.ion;iixb, Bon.ioxiixb, v. a. to incarnate;
to nobody, to have one's own way; UMmnb no.inyw
-"Ca, v.p. r. theol. to become incarnate; to assume
BoaH), to have things one's own way; prov. eo.ihHOMij, a cnaceHHOMij pan, our wills are free; e the human body; part. p. Bonjoii|,eHHud, incarBOJK) u.iu BBOJH), ailv. at will, at pleasure; at nate, incarnated; 3mo -Hijft de.noHb, he is a devil
discretion; uach noKopMUAu eb bo.ih), we liad a incarnate.
Bonjomeaie, s. n. ini arnation, incarnification,
hearty dinner, we have eaten heartily.
Xpiiema, Christ's
BoMqjiTb, V. (I. perf. -ch, v. r. to hurry in, assuming of a human body;
assumption of our flesh.
drive in at full speed.
Buujb, s. 711. sobs, lamentation, wail, wailing,
BoHitaxb, noHsuTb, v. a. to pierce, stick; to
plunge (a sword); ] -cfl, v. r. to be stuck, be vociferation.
jl

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plunged:

Kon^eKiifprep.dat.m spite

BOHseHHUfi.

iij^ar^. j9.

piercing, sticking; plunging.


BoH-B; adv. out, away; there; oho obt^ue.l^y he
gone out; 9io cahiukomi, abidaemcH, that pro-

BoHseHie,
is

s.

n.

much; muMb, yonder; o& uderm, there


he is coming; 3mo y mciui ii3b yMa, that has
escaped my memory; 3tno U3b pyKb, U3^ pyKb
i^ierj. out! out upon you!
njioxo, see PyKa;
away! get o\xV.eio! out upon him, with him! away
with liim!

jects too

ij

BoHb;

<.

f.

stench, stink.
fetid; foul;

BoHW'iift, BoHbKitt, adj. stinking,

-mia

adpaao-Hy cmucai/, in
coorbiny podumeAeu,

and reason;
against the advice of the
pau'ents^npUAUHia.Ho, in defiance of decorum.
BonpocHxeab, s. m. -HQi^a, s. f. interrogator,
questioner.
aiiam,
BonpocHxeabaMfi, adj. interrogative;
note of interrogation, question stop; -ho, adv.

-lyBonpocHFjft, adj. law, interrogatory; question,

-Hue

ary; of the question;


about deeds and articles.

Bonpocb,

lumedb^ asafoetida,assafoetida; KO.e6, min.

stink-stone; hot.

BoHWHKa,

-laa mpnoa,

s.f.

bug-M'ort.

stinkard (animal);

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hot. ascle-

pias, bean-trefoil.

BoHHTb,

V.

)i.

to stink, smell,

have a bad smell.

BoodpaacaeMOCTb, BooOpaauMoCTb,

s. f.

im-

aginativeness.

BooOpaacacMBift,

adj.

imaginary, imaginative,

fancied.

BooOpaacaxb, BOo6pa3HTb,

v.

a.

to

imagine,

fancy, figure; oho -:KiieT'b ceoH oe.iuKU.'^b doKtnopoMh, he imagines himself a great doctor; -sine
ce6tb, fancy, imagine; smo ue maKb aciko, KaKh eu
ceStb -KiieTe, it is not so easy as you fancy;

-CH, V. r. to imagine, figure; exy -shjocb, he


imagined; isar^ p. BOoOpaxeHHbift.
BooOpaxeHie, s. n. imagination, fancy; oicueoe,
a lively imagination; stno odno moAbKO
nuAKoe
it is nothing but a fancy.
BooOpasHMHtt, adj. imaginable.
BooCpasHTCibHOCTb, .9. f. imaginative faculty.
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BooCpasHxeJbHUft,

adj.

-aaa

cu.ia,

of,in despite of;again8t;

spite of sense

nynninu, interrogatory

m. question, interrogation, demand;

s.

OHb npedAaia.ib .\tHib aa -coM'b, he asked me one


to
question after another; nodnjimb, eo36ydamb
bring in question, call in question, put to question;
KHUia ah caxi. ii omenmaxb, a book in questions
ue 6u6aemb omand answers: j^''^^'^- "" tAynuu
enma, a silly question needs no answer.
Boiipoiuaxe-ib, s. in. -HHi^a, s.f. see BonpocHxejib, Hima.

Bonpoiuaxb; Bonpockxb,
-ca, v. p. to be
interrogate;
jj

to question,
v. a.
questioned; part. p.

BonpoaieHHbiii.

BonponieHie,

s.

n. question, questioning; jlrftei.

interrogation.

BopBanb, s. f. train-oil, blubber; neHeuoHHaa,


- BaHHbifi, adj. - HUii moeaph,
hepatic oil;
leather dressed with train-oil.
ji

BopBaxbca, see BpuBaxbca.


BopHUiKa, s. m. dim. of. Bop-b, little thief; pilferer.
BopKJHBOCTb, s. f. querulousness; grumbling
i,

humour.
BopKJiHBbift, adj. cooing; querulous; grumbling.
BopKOBaaie, s. n. cooing (of the doves).

power

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of imagination.
Boo6ii^e, adv. in general, generally; tosopH,
generally speaking.
BooJ^yffleB.Ie^ie, s. n. animation.
Booji;yrueB;iaTb, -lueBUTb, v. a. to animate;
to hearten; to cheer up, on; dina pnns -BH.ia
soucKO, coAdartib, that speech revived the courage
-ca, v. r.
of the troops, roused the soldiers;
to become animated; |lj;ar<. 2>- BOO^^ymeBJeHHuft.

BopKOBaxb, V. i. to coo.
BopKOxna, s. f. cooing; mutter, grumbling.
li

m. murmurer, grumbler; maunder,


s. /'. vixen, shrew.
BopoOefi, s. 7)1. dim. BopoOHuieK-b, BopoCymcK-b, sparrow; prov. cmapato - Cba na .MSKunn
He o6.HaHemh, there is no catching old birds with
chatf; c.iooo He,euAemumbtie nou.vaemh, a spoken

BopKyH-b,

s.

maunderer; -KVHba,
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word takes its flight.


v. a. to arm, equip;
BopoCeikHHE-b, s. m. hot. graymill, gromwell^
naut. to fit out a shi'p,6amapew, to
put a battery in a state of defence; -XHXb npo- stone-crop.
BopoGKa, s. f. hen-sparrow.
musb Koto, to arm against one; -ca, v. r. to arm
BopodbenoKTb, s. m. young sparrow.
one's self, take up arms, put on one's arms; fig.
BopodbHHKa, s. f. hot. sparrow-wort.
to set against; -asiixbca ca6AeH), .HyoKccmooMb, to
Bopo6biiHMft, adj. of sparrow; Cd.weitTi, cockarm one's self with a sword, with courage; eca
Eepona -H:H.iacb, all Europe has taken up sparrow; to/wxj, vetch; - Hoe cn.v/i, gromwell,
boarms; -aciixbca u.xane.Hb, to provide one's self gromill, red-root, stone-crop; amo moHbuie
po6bHHaro noca, as thin as a wafer; -aaa nonb,
with a cloak; ^Jct^^. P- BoopyateHHutt.
BoopyJKeHic, s. n. arming; outfit, armament a very dark and stormy night; yoeAUHueambca na
-uhitt lUdib, to grow very slowly.
(of a ship).
IJopoBJixufi, adj. sly, crafty; roguish, knavish;
BooibH),'<cZ<;.evidently,plainly,obviously; in front.

Boopyxaxb, BOopyacHXb,

Kopa6Ab,

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BonepBbix'b, adv. firstly, first.


Bonuxb, Bosoniixb, v. n. to cry out,

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clamant; dmo -iniaa


a crying injustice
Boniaxb, Bosoniaxb, v. n. to cry out, clamour,
n6b omMXneniii, to cry for vengeance;
exclaim;
Kb Eoiy, to call upon God.
it

V.

a.

to

steal,

thieve;

to

purloin,

pilfer.

wail, clamour, vociferate.


Boniioni,ifi, adj. crying,

HecnpaeedAiiaocmb,

-xo, adv. slily, tily, ly.

BopoBaxb,

lament,

HopoBEa,

,s.

f.

thief;,! sly

BopOBCRofi, adj.

is

-CKia

thievishness: I -CKii, adv. like


tliief, thievishly, by stealth.
_
BopoBCXBO, s. n. theft, larceny, pilfering

HnK.ioHHocmu,

woman.

thiijvish: roguish; stolen;

BOPO

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-ca, v. r. to come back, again;


- XH.iea doMOu, he has returned home; to
move, toss, toss about; to budge; - vaxbca eh
nocmeAK, to toss about in the bed; ama MeAbuwua
BopoarafiKa, see Bopoatea.
- po:KeHio, v. n. fortune- - ^aexca enmjWM^, this mill is moved by the
Bopoffi6a, s. f.
wind; to dawdle, loiter; 'imo eu majuo -qaexecB^
telling; conjuring.
o^ja pa6omamb, why do you loiter? it is time to
Bopoacea, s. f. fortune-teller.
-ca, v. r. set to work; ny! -^aflca! now then! be quick!
BopoacBTB; V. a. to tell fortune;
Bopori.,

m. pop. enemy,

s.

foe; prov. ne ecnoa,

ecKop.Ma, Bopora we yeudumt,


often paid by ingratitude (expl).

He

good deeds are

whole household;

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om

jl

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have one's fortune

to

^\2Mrt.

told.

J).

BopoieHHBifl.

BopomiixB, BopoxHTXB, V. a. to move, rumcrow; simpleton; cmimamb -poHi.,


to
e& mage, stir; to ransack; to turn or ted (hay);
pop. to be a gaper, to gape in the air; svio
- ca, v. r. to move, stir,
nae.ittMuxz ne2ibax^, it is the daw in peaco'k's disturb; to molest;
it
xycma 6oumca, a budge; part. p. BopomeHHBili.
feathers; prov. nyiauaH
Bopca, s. f. Bopcx., s. m. nap (of doth);
burnt child dreads the fire; 3c'jiemn.iaeh eucouie
xopoMu, set a beggar on horseback, he'll ride to frieze; naeodumb -cy, see BopcHxt.
BopciuBKBift, - coBa..iBHBiit, adj. carding,
the devil: -n't cokoao.^io ne ouoanih, one cannot
friezing; - Haa mttiuKa, teasel, fuller's - thistle,
make a silk purse out of a sow's ear.
fuller's-M'eed; thistle-head; - Haa .vatuuna, gigBopoHCHie, 5. n. burnishing, browning.
mill, gig-machine.
BopoHeHOKi, s. m. young crow.
Bopi'iiJiBHa, s. f. wool-card: carding-house.
BopoHCii,!., s. m. lot. herb-Cristopher.
BopciiJBmnKX, s. m. carder, teaseler.
BopoHH.io, s. n. burnisbing-stick.
BopcHCXBiif, adj. nappy, fleecy, friezed (of
BopoHDJii.m,HKt, s. VI. burnisher.
cloth).
BopoHHTb, V. a. to burnish (iron, xteel);
BopcHXB, - coBaxB, V. a. to tease, frieze; to
part. p. BopoHeHufi.
BopoHifi, adj. of crow; lAash, s. m. hot. true- give a uap (to the cloth); to teasel, tease.

BopoHa,

.s.

f.

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BopcoBjLiBHa, see Bopcnabua.


BopcoBaHie, BopmcHie, s. n. teaseling

love.

dim. - poHOiKa, funnel; fort.


funnel (of a mine); fish, gudgeon, gobio; -HOi-

BopoHKa,

s.

f.

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uu^,

BopcaHKa,

adj.

BopoHKOodpasHEifi,

adj. funnel-formed, funnel-

BopoHofij

adj. black (of horses).


BopoHon-Britt, adj. - raa Aomadb,

piebald

horse.

BopoHO'ia-iBiii, adj. roan-black (horse).


BopoHi>, s. m. raven; corby; kukz upoeu oicdemh
Hoemeu
(loc. pop.), eagerly longing for: Kyda u
He 3nnocu.l^, where a living being has never set
-Hy lAaso ne euK^Knem^, hawks do
foot; XJ^'OV.
not pick out hawk's eyes; \ -HOBt, adj.
BopoHB, s. f. blue colour given to iron and

s. f.

hot. fuller's-thistle; fuller's-weed,

teasel.

BopcaHoii,
Eopiaaie,

shaped.
-

(of

cloth).

Ij

adj. carded (of cloth).


n. grumbling (of persons); growl
(of anwrt7.s\);li chiding; rumbling.
Bop^axB, V. n. to growl (of animals); to snarl;
to grumble, mutter; ona uTbAbiu dent -qnx'B, she
grumbles the whole day: nmo mu ma.^^^ -niiBiB?
now then, what are you muttering about? to
x.

II

grumble, rattle (in the belly).


Bop'i.iHBOcxB, s. f. querulousness,

grumbling

disposition or character.
Bopu.iiiBHfi, adj. querulous, grumbling.
s. m. -HBa, s. f. grumbler.
Bopiuxx., s. m. naut. foot-hook staff.
Bopxi, s. m. thief, stealer; jj/jroy. na Bopifc umanna lopuvn, a guilty mind is never at ease;
nAoxo lie KAadu, Bopa e?. ipnxh ne eeodu, oppor-

BopuvHX.,

steel.

BopoHbe, A\ n. crows, rooks.


BopoTa, -poTa, s. n. pi. gates,

gate, gate-way;
triumphal arch; om^ Bopoxt
mpiyMffia.xhuuH
Mttiopi, assistant of a commandant of a fortress;

channel (of
water-gate.

ct

wak3huh

river);

fl

flood-gate,

tunity
dtbAU.uo

makes the
Bopy u

thief;

.Hyna,

sure bind, sure find;


pays the penalty

no

he

of

BopoTiiaa, s. m. a person of great power; his own rashness; Bopy nomanamb mu owe, umo
manager, director (of an enterprise, etc.); om caMO.My eopoaamb, ymaumiim movn jice^, the
receiver is as bad as the thief.
(fCCMy dih.iy, he has all under his thumb.
Bo-CBoacif, adv. home, at home; (iOSopamumbCH
Bopoxiiao, s. n. mill-handle, mill-tail (of a wind,
to return liome, to return from whence one
mill).

BopOTUTB; see BoponaTB.


BopoTHMKX, s. m. dim. -hh'iok'b,
noKi. y pyCaiUKU,

up

BopoTiiKiit,

vena porta.
BopoTi.,
capstern;
collar;

\,

.s.

adj.

-uh-

standingcvionmu
turned-down collar.

sliirt-collar;

collar; omAooicHoii

collar;

-naa

anat.

eena, gate-vein,

m. mcch. winch, windlass; capstan,


cxoamumb 3a~, to seize by the

collar;

-poxHuft,

round; to turn or ted (hay);


a spit; t.iasaMu, to roll one's
eyes; to take one out of his way, recall; to call
again; cs noAOnuitu dopoin cto Bopoxif.iii, when
-poxiixc eio, call
half way he was recalled;
him bark; to catch again; to retake, recover
turn

up,

over,

to turn

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to move; sacmaoumb
(money); see Bepnyxb;
Ka.vnu, fifj. to make one work very hard; ae.iwjo,
dibA0.v7>, to direct an enterto dig the earth;
prise; oHh ->'iaex7> octb.m, do.MO.sn,, he manages the
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days.

BoecMBjlccaxi, nuvi. eighty, fo^urscore.


BoccMBCOXT., num. eiglit hundred.
BocoMBH), adv. eight times; tfoce-6, eight times
eight.

BocKiiiiaxB, BOCKnn^xB,

adj.

BopoxT., s. m. divi. BopoiuoKt, heap, pile.


Boponaiiie, s. n. turning, rolling, moving.
Bopo'iaxb, 0. a. asp. pcrf. Bopoxaxt, to turn,
eejj7neAz,

came.
BoccMnaj^i^axB, -Ha;^u,axBiii, num. eighteen.
BoceMB; num. eight; diicii , about eight

<;.

w. see

BcKHnaib,

BCKHiiirb.
BoeKaim,iiiiio,

-KJHKHOBCHie,

s.

n.

exclama-

tion, shout.

Bo<'K.nii;!ixc.iBHi.iii, adj. gram, exclamatory,


exclamative; of exclamation; Jjmjcb, note of exclamation, of admiration. ^
Bo('K.inn,axB, -K.iHKHyxB, V. n. to exclaim,
cry, shout.

BocKoOiVrie,

s.

n. wax-refining.

Bo(Mior)<;ft, -OofiuiiKi),

s.

BocKoOoiiHii'iaHBC,

n.

s.

wax-refiner.
the trade of wax-

711.

refining.

IJocKofioiiiiu'iaxB,

V.

n. to be a wax-refiner.

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BocKo66flHa,s./'.wax-foundery; -fiofluuft, aJJ.


BocKoO'feaeHic, *\ n. wax-bleaching.
\\

BocKo6t.iH.ibHa,

s.

Bocn

be brought up;

f.

Bocn.iaMCHeHie,

bleach-yard.

BocKOBaTUfl,

BocKOBUHa,

*.

cere

hist,

nat.

/;

s.

n.

inflammation; chem. accen-

sion.

waxy.

adj.

BOcnHxaHHufi; xopomo

part. p.

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-HHUit ue.ioeibKh, a well educated man.


BocnaaKaxb, .^et; BcnaaKHyTB.
- Haa 0a6puKa, wax-

BocnjaMenixb,

some

(of

get or

v. n. to

become inflamed;

to blaze.

birds).

BocKOBHiiKt,

m.

s.

candle

gale,

hot.

BocnaaMenacMOCXb,

berry

/'.

s.

inflammability, com-

bustibility, combustibleness.

myrtle, sweet-willow.

Bocn.iaMenaeMHifl, p. pr. inflammable; comadj. wax, waxen, cereous; -Baa


wax-candle, wax-light; -Baa (fiutypa, -Boe bustible.
BocnaaMenaxb, BocnaaMCHnxb, v. a. to inlodtb.xie, M^ax-work; -Boe depeao, hot. wax-palm,
flame, kindle into a flame, fire up; to heat: fig.
wax-tree, candle-berry-tree, bay-bush.
to stir up, incense; 97no -hilio eto .vyjKecmeu, eto
BooKO-iefl, s. m. caster in wax.
BocKCiHTie, s. n. casting in wax; ceromancy. eoo6paoiceHie, it stirred up his courage, imaginaBpCKopMjaTb, BOCKopMuTb, see BcKapMan- tion; -ca, V. p. r. to be inflamed; to inflame; to
take or catch fire; -HHXbca imboo.m, to fall into
BaTB.
BocKpecaxb, BocKpecnyTt, v. n. to rise from a rage; ijpaji. p- BocnaaJieHeHHbifl.

BoOKOButi;

cetbHKCi,

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BocnoJiHaxb, BOcno.iHHXb, v. a. to complete.


BocnoabsoBaxbca, see IIo.ib30BaTi.ca.
BocnoMHHaHle, -noMiiHOBeHie, s. n. remem-

the dead, rise again.


resurrection, rising (from
the dead); jj^- cencKiii, adj.
BocKpeceHbe, s. n. Sunday, Lord's-day; Bep6Hoe, Palm-Sunday; CetbmAoe, Easter, Easter-

BocKpecenie,

day; OoMHiio

n.

s.

Low-Sunday, Quasimodo-Sunday.

BocKpecuxeaB,
ji

-Haa

- Hnn,a,

in.

s.

deliverer, saviour.
BocKpeCHHft, adj.

s.

reviver;

f.

brance, recollection; reminiscence; y Menn ocma.locb c.ia6oeo6z amo.m, I have a slight recollection or remembrance of it; ] -Haxe.ibHBifl, adj.

commemorative.

BocnoMHHaxb, EocnoManyxb,
Sunday; ^ewb, Sunday; Haxb, BcnOMflHyTt.

of

Bocnoc.ii;i,OBaHie,

6yKea, the dominical letter.

to raise from
the dead, bring to life again, revive; to resuscitate; dmo .lenapcmeo -eiiao eio, that remedy ^has
brought him to life again, has revived him; -chtb

BocKpeiujiTb, BOCKpecHTb,

uadeoKdy,

to

V. a.

hope;

reanimate

Jl

BOCKpe-

part. p.

accomplishment, re-

n.

s.

Bcdomh-

see

sult.

to

Bocnocj-Bji;oBaxb,
happen.

v. n.

Bocnpa3;iiHOBaxb, v.n.

BocnpenaxcxBOBanie,

ensue;

perf. to result,

to begin to celebrate.
s.

hinderance,

n.

pre-

vention.

BocKpemeHie,

s.

n.

reanimation, bringing to

BOCKpHKHyTB,

dead,

the

soaring;

n.

impede,

to hinder,

prohibit-

adj. prohibitive,

ory.

Bocapemaxb,

transport.
il

v.

6paKy, to prevent a marriage.

BocnpexHxeabHHfl,

wings,

giving

n.

s.

BocnpenaxcxBOBaib,
prevent;

BcKpHKHyTfc.

SCe

BocEpnaeHie,

raising from
life again.

Bocnpexaxb,

v. a.

to

forbid,

interdict, prohibit; -ca, v. p. to be interdicted,


BoCKpiiJie, s.n. si. lappet (of a garment).
BocKpH.iaTb, BOCKpH.iHTb, V. . to give wings; be forbidden; pari. p. BOCnpen^eHHbift.
Bocupemenie, s. n. prohibition, interdiction.
to enrapture, transport; -ca, v. r. to give wing
,

ji

,;

li

to

thoughts;

one's

to

soar;

ij

part.

BOCKpn-

p.

.ICHHUtt.

BocKypcHie, s. n. burning (of incense).


BocKypiiBaTb, BOCKvpaxb, BOCKypuTb,

V. a.

BocnpHHHMaxb, -npiaxb,

v. a.

to

take,

as-

sume: to receive; cr Kyne.iu, to receive or hold


at the baptismal font, to stand godfather or godmother;" part, p. BocnpHHaxMii, Bocnpiaxbifi.

BocnpHKaxie, - anj^AHie, - npiaxie, s. n.


burn incense.
BocK'b, s. m. dim. BomenoKb, wax; bees'-wax; receiving; ows Kyne.iu, holding at the baptismal
bleached font.
virgin wax; Cib.xuu
spmi
Hpoeuu
BocnpiesiHHK'b, s.m. -HHii,a, s.f. godfather,
wax; oice.imuu, unbleached wax; lopHtiii, fossilgodmother; sponsor; successor.
wax.
BocnpJHM'iHBOCXb, s. f. receptivity, impressiBocna.ieHie, s.n. inflammation; jietKiiXo,mQL&mbility.
mation of the lungs; med. pneumonia.
BocnpiHM'iHBUff, adj. impressionable.
Bocna.iHMOCTb, see Boon jiaMeH;ieMOCTi..
to burn;

eu.Mia.Mo, to

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Bocnpiaxie, see BocupHHflTie.


BoonaJHTeabHbifl, adj. inflammatory.
Bocnpon3Be;i;eHic, s. n. reproduction.
BocnaJiaTb, Bocna.iuxb; v. a. to inflame, heat;
BocIIpoH3Bo;^HMbIft, p. pr. reproducible.
to set on fire; eutio -.laeib Kpoei, wine heats
Bocnpoii;^Bo;i;uxcj[bHocxb, *\ f. reproductibility,
-ca, v. r. to blaze; to be inflamed;
the blood;
-.iHXbca .moooiw, to be inflamed, smitten with reproducibleness.
reproductive,
adj.
Bocnpou3Bo;i,HxeabHbiii,
love; i|iJr^. p. BOcnajeHHbiii.
Bocnapaxb, BOcnapuTb, v. n. to fly up; to start. reproducible.
- npOHSBCCXb, V. a. to
B0Cap0H3B0AHTb,
BocnHXanic, s. n. education, tutorage; bringing
BOCnponsBCa.ga.in; ^part. p.
produce
reproduce,
be
child
to
na,
to
give
peCeuKU
a
omdamh
up;
||

;],euHbifi.

brought up.

BocniixaHHHKb,
j

-HHHiecKift,

s.

m.

i!iiu,a,

s.

f.

pupil;

Bocnnxaxeab,

s.

m.

HHii,a,

s.

f.

educator,

tutor; l)ringer up; tutoress.


BocniixaxcibKUit, adj. educational; -noe aaeedenie, establisiiment for the education of children;

do.n, the foundling hospital.


BocniixbiBaxb, Bocnuxaxb,

to bring up,
bring up youtli;
om - TCiWb d.m .MopcKoli ciyowCn, he has been
brought up as a sailor; -ca, v. p. to be educated,

educate,

train;

Bocnj)oc.iaB.iaib, sec HpocjiaBJiJiTk.


n. resistance.
BocnpoxuB.ienic,
BocnpoxHB.iaxbca, -npoxuBiixbca,
*".

adj.

wnouiecmoo,
I;

v. a.

to

oppose, resist;

he opposed

my

om

-xiiBiiaea

v. n.

to

.min.Mh Me.taiiisMo,

desires.

to jump up; owix. cna, to


v. n.
start out of one's sleep.
Bociiuaaxb, v. n. perf. (uibjuo), to burn with;
.Mooooim, to get inflamed, smitten with love.
BdCH'IiBaHie, s. n. singing (praises); celebrating,

BociipaHyxb,

praising.

Bocn

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BocntBiiTOJib,

s.

m.

- HHi^a^

s. f.

celebrater,

singer of praises.

BocnteaTb, bochbtb, v. a. to sing (praises);


to celebrate; |i^ar^. p^ Bocn-BTHft.
Bocnamaxb, BcnaTHTb, v. a. to move or put
back; to impede, hinder; -ca, v.r.p. to go back,
|{

ain);
rise, rising (of the sun); \ sprout; shoot
(of plants); bcxo;i;h Hpoauxh dypnu, the sprouts
of the oats are bad.
Bocxo;^ani,iii yse-fb, s. m. astr. ascending node.
Bocxoa:;i;eH|e, s. n. ascent, ascension; rising,
co.iHua, sunrise, sunrising.
rise (of luminaries);
11

Bocxoxixb,

lli^ar*. p. BcnaqeHHutt.
BoCTOKi, s. m. east, orient, levant; enmep-b
dyetm c^ - Ka, the wind blows from the east;
nymeuiecmeoeamh ua, to travel in the east;

be impeded;

mopioejiH -Ka, the trade of the Levant (Turkey,


Persia, Asia Minor, etc.);--(KpauHiu,), the Orient
(the states and provinces of oriental Asia);\\ poet.
amopaemcH, daylight appears.
BocTopraTb, v. a. to enrapture, enravish; to
transport with delight, throw into rapture: H -ca,
to become enraptured, be transported with
V. r.

Bocii;a,

s. f.

||

see XoT'feTi..

ring-worm with itching.

BocivBCXBOBaxb,
BocuiecTBie,

.s\

n.

see

^yBCTBOBaxi..

mounting,

na npe-

ascent;

cmo.io, accession to the throne.

BocbMepEKi., BocbMepKa,BocbMepHa,see Ocb-

MepHKi, OctMcpKa, OcbiiepHa.


BocbMepo, see OcbMopo.
BocbMii;i;ecaxHtt, num. eightieth.
BocBMHHa, -HHbiit, See OcbMHHa,

BocbMOH, num. eighth.


BoTupoBaxb^ v.n. to YOiQ]

become enthusiastic.

delight; to

bha;!!;

hhhh.

part. p.

Boxapo-

m. enthusiasm, transport, rapture, BaHHBlfi,


BoxiipoBKa, s. f. BoxapoBaaie, s. n. voting.
ecstasy, cnravishmcnt; om 6bi.io npunarm Co
BoxKaxb, V. a. irr. perf. to weave into, interTOiiTb, he was received enthusiastically; oumb enn
ceon oniT, -xopra, to be beside one's self with weave.
BoxKHyxb, see BTHKaxb.
rapture; to be in rapturous transports; npiidmu
BoxnnMii, see Othhmx.
to enrap0?,, to fall into ecstasy; npuooduvii ot>
Box'iHua, s. f. patrimony, patrimonial estate.
ture, enravish.
BoxqHHHHKTb, s. m. possessor of a patrimony,
BocTopatcHHOCTL, s. f. exaltedness.
BoxiHHHbi&, adj. patrimonial; -Hoe ynpaoAeBocTopaceHHutt, adj. enraptured; enthusiastic.
BocTopareCTBOBiiTb, v. n. perf. (uadh HtbM^), to nie, provincial registrar's office.
Boxui,e, adv. in vain, vainly; to no purpose.
triumph (over).
Box'b, adv. there, here; om, there he is; maMi,
BocTOiHUft, adj. east, eastern, easterly; orientmn.ws, ouusy, below there, down there;
the East-Indies; -Htie aauKu, there;
al: -Haa TlndiH,
mou muauu,
there,
maMi, eeepxy, up there;
eastern or oriental languages; oKume.ih, an orientHaa my dear, there; eoapaoKeuia, a omnnmu, there
omneph, east wind, easterly wind;
al;
udymi
are the objections, here are the answers;
IfepKOdb, the Church of the East.
6epu, here,
BocTpeOoBanie, s. n. demand, demanding; re- locmu, here's company coming; ua
ywe uoah tea, KaK^ h cmom adncb, I
quiring, exigence; do -aia, till called for (on a take this;
letter); nucb.Ho, adpecoaanuoe do -Hia, a letter have been standing here half an 'ho\xv\daeph,

BocTopri,

s.

to be left

called for.
v. a. perf. to demand, require,
call for;
part. p. BocxpeOoBaHHuft.
Bocxpenexaxb, v. n. perf. to begin to tremble.
till

BocTpe6oBaT6,

that
is

all

one!

the door; see,

is

mno om mpe6yem^, that

he demands; mam, xopouio! that's a good


u ecu uedoAta,
u ece m,ym^, that's all;

i|

BocxpHXb, see OcTpHTt.


BocxpHil, see OcTpHH.
BocxpyOnxb, v. a. p)erf.
to trumpet, divulge; see

includes every thing;


that's all, that
me6')b na! there you have
so, that's it!

did not expect this!


iron, farewell pleasure!

a pity!

to begin

to trumpet;

Boxpa,

TpySnTi..

BoxpaHufl,

me6ib

Boxpnxb,

xaKiA

it!

what

u npaadnuxi!
see

Oxpa,

j'i

m. -pyxa, s. f. pop. frolicsome, OxpaHHfl, OxpHTB.


Boi^apeaie, s. n. accession to the throne; restoarch, waggish, sharp man or woman.
BoexBa.ieHie, s. n. praise, praising, laud, ration.
Boi^apaxb, Boi^apiixb, v. a. to raise to the
commendation.
BocxBa.iaxb, BocxBajiaxb, v. a. to praise, throne; -ca, v. r. to ascend the throne, be enlaud, cry up, extol; -ca, v.p.r. to be praised, be throned; to begin to reign; to succeed; to follow;
lauded; to praise one's self; part. p. Bocxsa- llimrt. p. BOi^apeHHHtt.
Bo'ie.iOBiqeHie, s. n. theol. incarnation (of
jieiiHuff.
BocxHXHxeJbULifif, adj. charming, delightful, Christ).
Bo'ioJiOBiiiHXbca, V. r. to incarnate, become
- no, adv. deliglitfully,
ravishing, enravishing;
incarnate; to assume the human nature.
admirably.
Boqiio, Boibio, adv. see BooKb.
Bocxamaxb, BocxHxiixb, v. a. to carry away,
Bouib, s. f. dim. BOUiRa, louse; mpagsHas,
off; to rescue;
to enravish, enrapture, transport,
charm; -ca, v. r. to be enraptured, be delighted; aphis.
Bou^iiHKa, s. f. waxed-cloth, cere-cloth; bot.
to admire, delight, rejoice; to be in ecstasy, in
cerinth, honey-wort.
rapture: port. p. BocxHiu^euHutt.
Bom,an()ft, adj. waxen, waxed; see BocROBOfi.
Boc.vHinenio, s. n. rapture, transport, ecstasy,
n. waxing.
Bomt'Hie,
cnravishmcnt, admiration.

BocxpaKTb,

s.

jj

j,

ji

||

||

||

,s.

Bocxo;i;HXb, BC.\o;^HXb, BCxa:KHBaxb, bsoIIxh,


v.n. to ascend, go up, mount; to rise (of the sun);
Ha lopy, to ascend a mountain; Baoiixii na
'npc';moA%, to ascend to or to mount the throne;
BSOftxH Ha Kaeedpy, to go up into the pulpit;

m. charioteer, driver.
Boii^ifXb, V. a. to wax, rub with wax;
p. to be waxed, be rubbed with wax.
Hoioionutt, (idj. belligerent, making war.
lloajKiiponaxb, v. n. to travel, journey.
Boii;ifK'b,

s.

- ca,

i|

V.

Boaas'b,
m. voyage, travel, journey.
BuouMa, th(! moon is risen; to rise; wwcmo
Biia;^axb, Bnanxb, v. n. to fall in, into; to
nanunnemh Bcxo;i;iiXb, the paste begins to rise;
to come up, get up; to sprout; x.xnfjh iiauuuaemr, empty itself or discharge itself (of a river); to
yMc B(;xO/i;HXb, the corn comes up already; .. flow in; to enter; 9ma ptbica -j^iiex-b <? Mope, this
B3uiu.i6 na yMo, it came into my mind, it oc- riv(>r falls, discharges itself into the sea; eh 6ibd-

.tyna

.s-.

jl

ii

(i

curred to me.
Bocxo;:^^, Bcxo,'^!.,

>.

m.

ascent (of a mount-

uociub, ui ncMU.iocmb, to fall into poverty, into


disgrace; 0* oiuuOny, oh npecmyn.xenic, to commit

BnA;a;

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fault, a crime; j^to sink, he sunk; y ueio iiieKii


BoajiH; tAttJii Bnaaii, he has sunken cheeks, his
eyes have sunk into his head.
Bna;^euic, s. u. falling in; mouth (of the

BnuxHBaTb, BnnxaTb, BnnxHyTb,

push

in.
^

BnaJSMBaTb; BnojisaTb, BuoasTH,


creep

in, into; to

to

v. n.

crawl up.

BnsiJOCTb, s. f. hollowness.
BuaJBift, adj. hollow, sunken, sunk; co -jieimh
uienaMu, hollow-cheeked; -.iMe lAaact, sunken eyes.

BnepBwe, adv. first, for the first time.


BneperoHKy, adv. in emulation of each

other.

B^epe;^u, adv. before, in front; HaxodiirmcH


I've got
to be before; y Menn doeo.ttHo epeMeuu
6bu^ daAeno , he
plenty of time before me;
was far on in advance; eaiuu uacbi, your watch
you will
is in advance; in future; oatua pnuh
,
have your turn to speak, your turn to speak

om

||

will come; npodo-iMeuie

to be continued.

,
that is a great step forwards; in future,
^ua^^
for the future; henceforth, henceforward; amojo
CoMbe He dtb.taume, don't do that in future;! beforehand, in advance; nAamnmb , to pay in advance
|1

beforehand; davih, to give the advantage


I gave him
(at billiards); h daA^ cmi/ daadnanib
to
twenty points in advance; nocmaoumb nacu
put a watch forward; smo drb.io nodeinaemcH
this business is getting on or gains ground.
BnepaTb, BnepiiTb, v. a. to inculcate; \ -puTb
eh KOio ceou e3op^, to fix one's eyes upon a person;
-CH, V. p. to be inculcated, be imj)ressed; ||_prti'^.
I

or

p.

BnepeHHHft.
Bne'iaTaiixejibHOCTb,

s.

f.

impressibility,

im-

impressionable,

im-

pressibleness.

BneiaTJ[HTeabHMH,

adj.

BneiaxJi'feBaTb, sneqaxjiiTb, v. a. to impress,


& naMnmu, ff* eepdun, to
imprint; to engrave;
engrave a thing in the memory, in the heart;
-ca, V. p. to be engraved, be impressed, be
imprinted; J ^jar*. p. BneiaTaiuHbift.
BneiaTjiuic, s. n. impression; sensation;
uoihjna na apibuie, the impression of colour on
the speech
the sight; pnub npouaaeAa 6o.ihiuoe
produced a great sensation.
BnHBaxb, BDHTb, V. a. to imbibe, drink in,
absorb, suck in, up; ty6Ka -BJiex'b e^ ceCn eody,
the sponge absorbs water; -ch, v. r. to accustom

II

\\

-ca

es KOto, to drive one's


sting, teeth or claws in, into; to stick; KOMupr,
BBHaca ti^ py^y, the gnat stuck its sting in the
BUHJcii oi uee tJia.ia.MU, lie looks at
hand;

one's self to drinking;

om

her eagerly, ho feasts his eyes on her.

BnHpaxb; BnepeTb, v. a. to thrust in, push in.


BnacBiBaHie, -canie, s. n. inscribing, entering (in a book).

BnHCTJB<aTb, BBHcaxb, V. a. to write in, inscribe;


a book); -en, v. r. p. to write or put
down one's name, inscribe one's name; to be
inscribed; lljjfflr^. j9. BBHcauiiutt.
to enter (in

1^

BnHTbiBaTb; BBHTaTb,
ae.MAH

water.

-BacT'b

to

a.

Bnaexaxb, Bn.iecxH,

v. a. to

to splash in.

a.

plait in, twist in:

twine, intervolve;
to implicate,
involve; to
entangle; -ca, v. p. r. to be twisted, be intervolved;
to interfere v/hh;jpart. p. Bn.iexeHHutt.
Bnaoxnyio, adv. entirely, wholly; closely.
Buaoxb, adv. close, quite close; to, till; y
cmibHu, close by the wall; do deepen, to the very
door; c* yinpa
do eenepa, from morning till
night.
BnJibiBauic, BnJiiiixie, s. n. swimming in.
BnjbiBaxb, BBJibixb, v. n. to swim in; to

to

|i

;|

sail in.

Bnoaroaoca, adv.
voice, in a whisper.
BnoJiSiiHie,

Bnojisaxb,

.sec

see

BnoJiH-B, adv.

om CHacDi.iue^,

an undertone,

in

low

in a

Bna.i3UBaHie.
BnajisuraTb.

fully, entirely,

he

is

completely, totally;

perfectly )\2k^\\^\y6rbjicdem,

fully convinced.

BnoaoxRpuxbifi,

adj,

half

open,

uncovered,

BnoanyxH,

adv. half-way.
adv. half-drunk.
BnoJiCBixa, adv. half-sated.
Bno.i'b, adv. in half, by halves.
Bnona;^'b, adv. opportunely, in good time.
BnopoacHB, adv. pop. empty, without a passenger, without load.
Bnopy, adv. at a proper time, in time, in good
time, in tlie nick of time, timely; seasonably; e out
of time, out of season, not timely; just; fitting,
this dress fits or suits
suiting; dmo n.iambe ..
me well; e.Hy cnpaeumbCH cb udniiMh d)b.^0M^, he
can hardly manage one business, he cannot get
through more than one business; myim cnpaeumhCH daouAn, there is quite enough for two or

BnoJinbaHa,

[;

two can hardly do

it,

Bnocji'B^i.Hie, adv. for the last time.


B^ocaBJ^cxBiH, adv. in course of time, afterwards, after that.
BnoxbMax'b, adv. in darkness, in the dark.
reality,
in
indeed;
really,
BupaB;^y, adv.
seriously.

pressible, impressive.

\\

v.

in.

ajar.

Bnepe^^t, adv. forward, forwards, onwards;


eee npn.MO, to
to go forward; udmu
to and fro,
pursue an onward course; fsadh u
backwards and forwards, up and down; om mi
he is not moving; smo 6o,it,mou
e3a^^, hu

udmu

shove

adv. swimming.
BiijecKHBaxb, BnaecHyxb, v.
Bnaexanie, s. n. twining in.

river).

creeping

in,

BnaaBb,

||

Bna;i;nH.a, s. f. dim. Bnaj^HHKa, cavity, hollow,


hollowncss; i.tasHaji, orltit, eye-hole, eye-socket.
Bna;i;HCTKift, adj. full of cavities, of hollows.
BnaHBaxb, BnaiiTb, v. a. to solder in.
BnaJiKa, s. f. soldering in; n piece soldered in.
BnajauBauie^ Bno.i3aHie; s. n. crawling or

Bnpo

absorb, imbibe;
the earth soaks in

V. a. to

e^ ceCa eody,

BnptiBKa, s. /'. setting to rights, putting in a


right direction; setting, reduction (of a bone into
a joint).
^
^

BnpaBaHBaxb, -Baiixb, BnpaBnxb,

v. a. to
to rights; to put in a right direction; to set
or put into joint; y -ca, v. r. p. to get into the
socket again; to be set or reduced (into joint);

set

||

part. p. BiipaBJOHHbift.
BnpaBO, BnpjiBt, adv.
right; eajinib
the right.

on the
noaepnymb, to take, to turn to
to

the right,

Bnpaxi., see Biiyxi.


B^pc;^b, adv. lienceforth, in future; ()o npuKUdaniH, till further orders; see Biiepe^i.
Biipe^KH, adv. pop. see Bnpe;ti..
BnpoO'fe.ib, adv. whitish.
Bnporo.io^b, adv. half-sated, witliout having
satisfied one's luinger.
Bnpoaceaxb, adv. slightly yellow.
BiiposcieHb, adv. slightly green.
BnpoK-b, adv. for keeping, for the future, for
will not
it
preserving; smo ite nouderm e.\ty
thrive with him, it will not turn out to his advantage; prov. xydo na-MumoeneUdeim, ill gotten
wealtli never thrives; ill got, ill spent.
BnpocaKi., Qfiu. nonacim, to get into a scrape;

II

to stick in the

same

mire.

Bnpo

70

prehensibility, perspicuity.
BpasyMHxe.iBHBift, adj. intelligible, perspicuous;

besides.

leap

n. to

jump, skip,

-cflj

II

-HO, adv.hly,
BpasyMJieHio,

ly.

n.

s.

explanation, clearing up,

BnpWCKaTb,

BnpFJCHyTB, teaching.
BpasyMjiaxB, BpasyjiHXB, v. a. to teach,
sprinkle in, inject; to syringe, squirt;
p. to be sprinkled in, he injected; '^part. explain; -ca, v. r. to comprehend, understand;

to

a.

V.

v.

in.

BnpMCKHBaTB,

BPEM

BpascBinHyw, .see PascunHoi.


BpasyMHxeJiBHOCTB, s. f. intelligibility; com-

BnpoxMe.ib, adv. pop. half-drunk.


BnpoieM'L, adv. as for the rest; otherwise;

BnpoiepHB, ndv. blackly.


BnpHrHBaxb, EnpHrnyTB,

V.

;|

II

BnpMCHyTBIU.
BnpucK'B, s. m. BapKiCKHBanie, s. w. injection.
Bnparauie, s. n. putting, harnessing (horses to

p.

\part. p. BpaayMjieHHHfir.

BpaKH,

s.

pi.

f.

BpaEbe,

s.

n. idle talk.

humbug, liar.
si. see BopoHt.
a coach, cart); yoking (to a plough).
Bpacnjoxi, adv. unexpectedly, unawares; aaBnparaxi., BnpaiB, v. a. to put (horses to a
aaiom, to couple cmam-b koio
to take a person unawares, aback.
cart); to yoke (to a plough);
BpacxaxB, spacxH, v. n. to grow in; u36i/mKa
a waggon; -ch, v. r. p. to harness one's self
(to); to be put, be yoked to (a coach, plough); Bpocjia e^ seM.iw, the hut has sunk into the
earth.
\part. p. BnpaaKeHHHfi.
BpaJiB,
BpaH'B,

s.

m. -JiHxa,

s. f.

babbler,

|j

Bnpa;i;aTB, Bnpa;i;EJBaTB, snpacTB^


spin 'm\\\part. p. Bnpa;iieHKMit.

a.

v.

to

Bnpa;j;BiBaTB, BnpanyTB, v. n. lit. us. to


jump in.
BnpaMJHBaTB, BnpasiHTB, v. a. to straighten,
make straight.
BnpaMB, adv. straightly; in reality, Indeed.
BnpaxBiBaTB, BupaxaTB, v. a. to hide, conceal;
to pocket: i;23ar^. p. RnpaxaHHuft.
BnpaqB, see BnparaTB.
BnyrHBaxB, BnyrnyTB, v. a. to frighten (in);
ij

J?.

BnycKaTb, BnycTHXB,

immit;

inject,

to

a)iat.

to;

v.

admit

ican.iu

e^ i.iaaa,

to

-ca, v. p. to be admitted or let \n;\part. p. BnymeuHBii*.


BnycKHott, adj. that may be let in or admitdrop medicine

ted;

in the eyes;

6ic.iemh, ticket of

BnycKi,

s.

-CEaHie KaneAh

adv. flatwise, at full length; acto lie at full length; to be very ill;
to fall at full length.
,
s.

ii.pl.

uapcKiA ujiu
sanctuary).

j]

gate, gates; see

the

dropping medicine in

eh t.iaaa,

jl

the eyes.

holy

BopoTa;

gates

(of the

BpaxB,

V. n. irr. pop.
to babble, talk idly; to
Bpgx-B, KaKh cueuu nepum, pop. he lies
like a conjurer; spaxBca, v. r. imp. eMi/ ceiodnH
umo-mo oco6enHo Bpexca, he is to-day especially
lie;

om

||

inclined to

lie.

the

adj.

medicine;

medical,

-Haa

board

of

BpaieBanie, s. n. curing, treating.


BpaiesaxejB, s. m. -HHii;a, s. f. curer, doctor.
BpaieBaxB, v. a. to cure, treat; -ca, v. r. p.
||

to physie one's self; to be cured.

m.

s.

physician,

doctor;

gyral;

Menmuna
-Hoe

rotatory;

dauMCHie, rotatory motion, rotation.


Bpau];axB, v. a. to turn round; -ca,
turn one's self; to turn.
j|

BnycTt, adv. empty, vacant, unoccupied.


BnyTMBanie, -Tauie, s. n. entangling, em-

- Haa

physical;

ynpaea,

health.

Bpai-B,

admission.

si.

cdHttiuH,

BnycKanie, s. n. admittance, female doctor, doctress.


in;
-CKaHie napa, steaming;
BpamaxeJBHBitt, adj.

m.

letting

admission;

ynacmh
Bpaxa,

nayna,
to let in,

a.

Bpa^eCHBifi,

BnyrayTBifi.
BnycKiiHie, ^. n. see BnycKi.

\\part.

BpacxaaKKy,

Mamb

v.

r.

to

BpameHie,

s. n. rotation.
Bpe;^IIxeJIB, s. m. -HHi^a, s. f. injurer, hurter.
Bpe;i;HxeJiBHBitt, adj. injuring, hurting; \ -ho,
BnvTBiBaTB, BnyxaTB, v. a. to entangle, embroil; ado. injuriously.
Bpe;i,MXB, V. n. to injure, harm, prejudice; to
to involve, implicate; H -ca, v. r. to meddle, intermeddle, interfere in, with; to thrust one's self be injurious, be prejudicial; to do harm; om cmaMH)b, lie seeks to harm me; smoim ainto; -ca oi iienpinmHyn) ihcmopiio, to spike one's paemcH
numOKh HX* adopoebK, that beverage is injurious
self; llpar^. p. BiiyTaHuBift.
Bnyx-B, ado. entirely, finally; npouiparmcH u to the health; moh Hecnpaned.iU8ocmf> -itxii moAbKO
.HHtb, my
acts of injustice are prejudicial only to
enpaon, to lose all at cards; paaopanibCH
me; a ne xomjCHy, I don't wish to stand in his
enpaxi, to ruin one's self entirely; paaodnmuii
light; 9mo ^u'X'b90rpeKmy, it weakens the effect;
u enpax^, dressed splendidly.
BnaaiiBaxB, bhjijihxb, v. a. to stretch in a dpytz dpyiy, to injure each other.
Bpe;^HOCTB, s. f. perniciousness, noxiousness,
frame; to put on (n coat) with difficulty; Jl^ar^. p.

involving,
fering with.

broiling:

implicating;

|j

meddling,

inter-

li

jj

harm.

BnajicHHuti.

Bnaxepo,

adv. fivefold, five times more.


BiiaxcpoMT., adv. five together.

Biia'iHBaxB, BiiaxHXb,

v. a. to

Bpe;];uBi]K, adj. prejudicial; pernicious, noxious;

d.iH

back m\\\part.

Bpar'B,

s.

see IlapaBH'fe.
VI.

enemy,

foe.

enmity, animosity; H rancour.


npa:K;i;e<)H(>cxB,
f. animosity, liostility.
-ho,
Bpaac;^e6Hrjtt, adj.
hostile,
inimical;
lv.
adv.
HpaKAWBaiiie, s. n. animosity; dissension;
bearing ill-will.
ltpa3c;^0B!ixB, V. v. to be at enmity, show
enmity; to bear ill-will to, towards.
BpaiKOCJiift, IJpiiJKfft, adj. enemy's, hostile;
-CRH, (c^y. as an enemy, as a foe; inimirally,
BpaH{;i;!i,

s.

sdopoGbH, unhealthy,
a dangerous book:

prejudicially;

p. Biiii'ioinri.Tti.

BpaBU'h,

KHiaa,

f.

.s.

|l

II

hostilely.
B\)fi96\)bfl,'bf see

Pa36po;|i.

unwholesome;

-ho,
cepdumhcn -ho, it

-Haa

adv. hurtfully,
is prejudicial to

1|

be angry, anger does harm.


Bpe;^0H6cIlMft, .see Bpe^HHii.
Bpc;^7., ,s. m. harm, damage, prejudice, detriment, injury; wrong; om cdn.ia.%% dino Muib no
he did it to my prejudice; eo ceocMy do6po.Hy

UMCHU,

to the prejudice of his reputation; KaKoii


OKC omb moin ? wliat harm is there in that? s ne
Me.iaio c.vy Bpft;^a, I ])ear liim no ill-will.
BppMCHa, .s. n. pi. times; see BpejtH.

HpeMCHiixB,

.sec

BpoH(MiiiHK7>,

s.

lIoBpeMeHHTb.
ni.

chronicle, annals.

RppMrHHoft, adj. provisional, temporary; -Haa


o.Kwmh, a temporary power; -Hoe npae.ienie, a
provisional government.

jij

BPEM
BpeMCHHOCTb,

temporary, transi3aK0HU, transitory laws; j -h, adv.


orily; -ho oGnsaHHue KpeembAue,
rily,
rally^
temporarily obliged peasants to work for their

-Hue

landlords.
BpeJieHiauK-Jb, .s\ m. powerful favourite.
BpeJiJi, s. n. time, while; season; docrjMee, cso^^^;(oe, leisure; Bo-BpeMH, intime, betimes, timely,
in good time; KaK% pa3T> Bo-Bpesia, just at the
right time, in the very nick; e Bo-BpcMJi, out
of time; not in time; eo ecjiwe, at any time;
proper time; ho ece,
gT, cHoe, formerly: at tlie
ail-along; co -MeHesi-b, in time; e^ Hacmoanee,

BCE

Bpo3Hb, Bpo3b, adv. asunder, separately.


BpocTHTb, BpocTM, See BpacTaTb.
BpocxMeab, adv. half drunk.

a temporary state, transito-

s. f.

riness, instalnlity.
BpeJiCHnHit, adj. temporal;
tory:

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BpyOiiTb,

Bpy6iiTb,
cut

-cfl,

in;

v. r.

a.

v.

mil.

to

hew

to

chop

in,

one's

hew

way

in;

in,

to

break through; -CH ab pndu uenjuHmcis, to break


the ranks of the enemy; \\2Mrt. p. BpyCacnabifl.

BpyOsa,

s.f.

BpyCaeiB,

s.

n.

hewing

cut-

in,

ting in, breaking in.

Bpyui., s.m. BpvHbfl, s.f. babbler,


BpyxT., s. m. insect, bruchus.
Bpyi^'fe.iiiTO, -.iBTie,

s.

n. the

liar.

dominical letter;

-jiiTHWft, adj.
BpyqiiTb, BpyiuTb^ v. a. to hand, deliver; to
commit, intrust; niicb.HO eh coCcmaeunuH pyKii, to
now at present: enjiodo.ij/ceuie -mbhh, omeneHie deliver a letter into a person's own hands; -ca,
-ueHB, in process of time, in the space of time; V. p. to be handed, be committed; ij/^ar^. p. Bpye^ cmapbia -Mena, in old times, in days of yore; leHHUft.
BpyuBHie, y. n. handing, delivering; committing,
nam, at the point of, at the moj mo ca.MOC
ment that; e% mo caMoe, KaK^ om yitajicaM, at the intrusting.
BpyiHTB.ib, s. m. -HHu,a, s. f. presenter,
moment of his departure, just as he was setting out;
meHenieMh -MeHH, in tlie course of time; ua bearer (of a letter).
BpMBiiHlB, BpbiTJB, s. n. digging in, burying.
HihKomopoe, for some time, for a while, for a
BpjJBaTb, BpuTb (flit. BpoH)), V. a. to dig in,
season: eo aob -MOHa, in all times; na onuHhiH
-MeHsi, for ever, in perpetuity; otm, -MeHH do bury in; -ca, v. p. r. to be dug in; to bury one's
-HOHH, no - MenaMi,, from time to time, now self: jpari. p. BpwTbift.
BptiBaTbea, BopBaxbca, v. r. to break in,
and then, some times, at times, ever and anon;
o^ KO.uHamy, to enter a room by force.
upesh do.ttoe, after a long time; ca moto -mghh, through;
Bp-B3Ka, s. f. cutting in, fltting or setting in.
from that time, since, ever since, ever after; eepBptsHoft, adj. fit or set in, cut in; at.KOKS, a
to make up for time lost;
nymb notnepnuHoe
omHUManih, to take up a person's time; na ace dead-lock.
BpisHBaHie, Bp'feaaHlB, s.n. see Bpiana,
ecuib aoe, there is a time for every thing;
BpibsbiBaTb; Bp^saTb, v. a. to cut in, fit or
Ilacxii, Eister time: npaadnuHHOe, eaKaumuoe
holiday season; coi.iacoeamtcH co -sieneM'B, to set in; to engrave; -ca, v. r. to cut one's way
yield to the times, to comply with the times; to in; to break in or through; Aodna -saaacb eb
go with the tide; to serve the time;, nopa, it is necoKh, the boat stuck in the sand; \ to be engraved,
it is high time, it is
be impressed or imprinted in, on; dmo -aaJiocb oj
time; yoice daiuo npmujio
more than time; pOMdenHuU npe.vcde -.HeHU, born .Moeu naMHmu, that is imprinted or impressed in
before its se&son; loda, season; dino ue no -mbhh, my memory, in my mind; to sink in, go deep in,
He coomenmcmeyemh -mohh, it is not seasonable; bury one's self in, plunge in: to give one's self up
oxomu, shooting season; noc/dsa, sowing season, to a thing, be extremely fond of; oho -aaaca no
loda, the ytim Hb amy oKeumuHy, he is in love with that
noKoca, hay season; nosduee
seed-time;
advanced season; cnycmn doMoe, after a long woman up to his ea.rs;{\ part. p. Bp-BsaeHbifi.
BpH;i;'b, Bpa^ijii-JiH, udf. hardly, scarcely; it is
time; miioio -Menn moMy uasadh, long before this
time, a long time ago; es uedaeHee, not long doubtful whether; Bpa;i;'b-aH ona uaitdemb mamio
newly, latterly, of 3A010 HeAoenna, she can hardly find any one so
since or ago; 6'5 nociibdiiee
late, lately, recently; d) moto -mchh, till, until, bad; -an n noiidy lyAamb, I shall hardly go for
a walk.
till that time; doMoe, a long time or while; mtbMo
Bca;i,Ka, s. f. planting, implantation.
-HeHeH%; meantime, meanwhile; in the meanBcaj^HiiK-b, s. m. rider, horseman: -nni^a, s. f.
while; Co daoHHio -MeHH, a long time ago, of
longstanding, of ancient date; Co HedMHHio -mbhh, female rider, horsewoman; -naiecKili, -iiuqifl,
not long since, for a short time; eo eto uapcmao- o-dj.
BcasBiiBaTb, Bca;^HTb, v,a. to plant m]KUHeaHiH, under his reign; oo CKopoMh uau KopomKOM^
-MBHH, in a little time, within a little while, MaA^ at tpydb, to plunge or thrust a dagger into
ere long; soon; do nopu, do -mbeh, till a certain a person's breast; - ;^HTb nyjw, to lodge a ball
brains
time; i/6umb, to kill time; 'jma .HcenwtiHu xodumb in; - ;i;uTb nyAio oo .mub, to blow one's
(SepeMeuHOcmx,), this woman is near out; to hand, seat (in a carriage); -ca, v. p. to
noc.iibdHee
her time; 6umt> eo -mbhh, fiy. to be in authority; be planted, etc.;\\2}nrt. j). BcaaieHHUrt.
absorption,
n.
Bcocanie,
s.
BcacbiBaHie,!
weather; cyxoe, cupoe, doMd.Mooe, dry, wet,
rainy weather; gram, uucmojiinee, npouiediuee, 6y- sucking in.
ij

{.

Ij

iJ

;'

|i

;|

j,

ll

|i

dymee,

suckingnacocb,
adj.
BciicuBaTeabHMft,
pump.
BcacHsaxb, Bcocaib, v. a. to suck in; to absorb,
imbibe; -ca, v. r. p. to soak; to be sucked in, be

present, past, future tense.

BpeMaiipenpoBO!K;i;eHie,

BpeMflcuHcaeHie,

BpeTBHo,

si.

s.

s.

n. pastime.

n. chronology.

BepereHo.

see

,1

BpeTHHC, s. n. a very oarse garment; sackcloth; H -THmuHil, adj.


BpHHyTb, V. a. perf. to throw in, cast in;
j!

\^part. p.

BpHHyxMii.
to

Bpox;^eHHOCTb,

s.

the

f.

brim,

innateness.

Bpoasj^euHuii; adj. innate, inborn; Mifwawms,


innate talent.

Ji

jj

even with, upon


the level with; Ha.mmt> (sunach KpanMu, to pour
wine up to the brim; cpy6twib depaioCh ae.M.icu,
to cut a tree even with the ground.

BpoBBiib, adv.

-Bawmie cocydn, anat.


absorbed, be imbibed;
the absorbents; i|/xr. ^. BCocaaiibifl.
BcauHBanbB, s. n. absorption.
BcauiuiaTb, BcuuHTb, v. a. to absorb; -ca,
V. r. to be absorbed.
Bee, pron. n. (m. secb, f. Bca, pi. Bct), all;
myim, oomh . !*, that's
anything; da u
all; .H)in>2M6HO, that is all the same to me; eny
He naneMb, he cares for nothing; co BCtM*
mrhMb. npu BCeMi mo.vh, with all that, notwithstanding; acZ/. all, whole; see Becb; c.Hmnnbca eo

;:

BCEA

topAOj

to

laugh most boisterously;

atit;.

always,

jl

ever; oHuccojjflmcs, they are always quarrelling; oH-beme 0i nocmcAU, he is still in bed;

still,

utpamb, you think only of playing;


Bcero Ha Bcero, in all, altogether, for all things;
OHo no.iyuHAo Bcero na Bcero mo.ibKo smo, that's
muKU ucnoAHUM ceou duAt%, all
all he received; a
the same I have done my duty; Bcero 6oAne, the
most, the most of all, at the most; Komopaio 6oAne
Bcero MeKcieudn.i-n, that he detested most; o6ukhoecHHO 6oAne Bcero loeoputm moim, Kmo nenne
Bcero MOM-emz nmo nudydh cnaaamh, he who has
the least to say, generally talks most; Bcero mcnne, the least; Bcero Ayiiue, the best, the best of
all;
Bcero demenAc, the cheapest of all; Bcero
name, most frequently; Bcero emodmhe, the most
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jj

advantageously.
BceaBrycxittiuift, adj. most august (title).
BceOJiaritt, Bce6aarott, adj. most good, most
gracious.
Bcc6.ia:KeHHi]ifi;

most

adj.

most

blessed,

happy.

BccHapoj^HUft, adj. public, general;


ly,

jj

-ho, adv.

before all the world.

BceHenopoiHOCTB, s. f. all-purity, all-chastity.


BceHenopoiHUii, adj. most pure, most inno-

ea.m,

BCKA

cent.

BceHHHcafiniili,

adj.

most humble;

||

- xkikme,

adv. most humbly.

BceH6ni,HEiil, -hoh^hoj^, adj. -Hoe 6dnHie,


cAy9K6a, -Haa, s. f. vespers, evening-service.
Bce66n^iii, adj. common, general, universal;
- mee ueiodoeanie, general indignation; - n^aa
ucmopiH, universal history; -mna nadaua ^OAocoe^,
universal suffrage.
Bceu6ni,H0CTb, s. f. generality, universality,
universalness.
Bceo6i.eM.iiom,ift, adj. all-comprehensive, universal; v/.ks, a universal genius.

-Haa

Bceopyxie,

s.

n.

complete armour.

Bceno;i;;^aHH'feflmitt, dj. mostdevotediJl-HHifluic, adv. most devotedly.


BcenoacHpaioni,ifi, adj. omnivorous.
BcenoKopHMft, adj. most humble; - ho, adv.
ij

BccBBj^en,!.,

s.

BceBH^^amift,

most humbly.

m. All-seer (God).
adj.

all-seeing;

ui,ee oko, all-

seeing eye.
BccBO.iMoasHBift, adj. all-possible; ynompe6umh
-tHhifl cpedcmaa, Hmo6u...., to use all the means
possible

to....;

11

-HO,

adv. as possible.

BconoKopHlittuiitt, adj. most humble.


BcenocTHraiomifi, adj. omnipercipient.
Focydaph, most
BcenpecB'feT.i-Bflmiii, adj.
serene Sovereign (title).
BcenpoH3Bo;i;amiit, adj. omniparient, omnipa-

rous.
BceBHCoqaiiiuift, superl. supreme (of God).
Bcenponi,eHie, s. n. amnesty, general pardon,
BceBUiuHifl, adj. supreme; s. the Most High
act of oblivion.
(God).
BcecB-BTHBifi, adj. universal, common; -ho,
BceBi;i;eu,*, s. m. the Omniscient.
omniscient, adv.
BceBi;3;ym,ift, adj. all - knowing;
ly.
BcecBHTofi, BcecBaxHfl, fld/.most holy (of God).
omniscious.
BceCH.ibHitt, adj. all powerful, omnipotent.
BceBB;i;'feHie, s. n. omniscience.
BcecjiaBHbiit, adj. most glorious.
Bcer;i;rt, adv. always; ever; in all times; a
Bcecoa:a;eHle, s. n. holocaust, burnt sacrifice.
for ever, for ever and ever.
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BceycaMiuanie,

usual, habitual,

perpetual,
smu nia jwaAoCu, this
constant complaining; - Hie locmu, customary,
his
usual
usual visitors; eto - naa Munepa,
Bce^;^aI^Hifi[, adj.
constant; customary;

manner.

s.

aloud, to be heard by

n.
all,

eo,

loudly,
loc. adv.
for every one to hear.

Bce.xBa.ibHUtt, adj. most laudable.


Bcen.'h.iedHKiii, Bcen.'b.iuTe-ibH&ifi, adj. allhealing; -Hoe AeKapcmeo, universal panacea.
li

Bec;^epa:HTe.lB, s. m. the Almighty.


Bce^^HCBHuft, -;^eHHitt, ar/j. daily, every day's.
Bce3na:;^HTejib, s. m. the Creator of all
things.
Bcc3Hac;^;y^^ifi[J adj. omnific, all-creating.
Bce8naH)iii,ift, adj. all-knowing.
BceB3BijCTHraiir,^a(Z;. well or generally known.

- ho,
BceKoneiHEift, adj. complete, total;
adv. without doubt, certainly.
BceaeHHaa, s. f. universe, world.
Bce.iencKitt, adj. of the universe; universal;
co6opo, an oecumenical council.
Bceaai'B, BceJiHTB, v. a. to settle (in a place);
cmpax^, to inspire fear;
to inspire, suggest;
nadej/cdi/, to suggest hope;
-ca, v.r.p. to settle,
take abode: to be settled, be inspired; ||2>ar^ j).
BCC.ll'HHMii.
BceMcpo, adv. seven times; oui
6otaue .uens,
he is seven times as rich as I;
sevenfold, sep\\

I]

'j

[\

BceiVB-iiMfiij
I'

adj.

whole, entire, complete,

-JIG, adv. wholly, entirely, fully; -Jio

full;

npedaimca

aauHrn'm, to be wholly absorbed in or to


give one's self completely up to a work, a study.
BceiacHO, adv. -HHft, adj. hourly, happening
every hour, at all hours.
Bce'iecTH-Bftuiitt, adj. most reverend (title).
Bcei^^Hbift, Bcea;^HbIfi, adj. nat. hist, omdtbay,

-a;i;Haa nediu/i, meat-week.

nivorous;
II

BcKaKHBanie, s. n. leaping up, jumping up.


BCRaKHBaXb, BCKOlilXb, BCKOKHJTb, V. n.

to

jump, skip up; to arise suddenly; abdAo,


to leap into a saddle; c?. nocmeAU, to jump out
of heA;do nojnoAKa, to jump up to the ceiling;
na men), to fall upon one's neck; co cmyAa, to
rise suddenly from one's seat; y .nenn - KO'iiU'b
npumuKh na iiocy, I got a pimple on my nose, a
pimple came on my nose; y coll. BCKO'iHXb oh
Kap.Manh, BCKO'iiiXb oi KoneiiKy, Oi deneMKy, to
leap,

cost dear.

tuple.

]{rKaiiMiiiiiiie, s.n. digging up.


BccMcpoMi., adv. seven together, seven.
BcKaniJBaxb, BCKonaxb, v. a. to dig up; ta
BceMiLiocTHutttiuiii, adj. most gracious;
Focyddph, Sire; -luaa rocydapuitji, most gracious delve; li^^^frf. p. RCKonaHHUft.
BcKapuOuHBaxbca, BCKapa(5Kaxbca, v. r. to
Queen; -mo, adv. most graciously.
BccMHuyTHHfl, atlj. - HO, adv. of every get clambering or climbing on, up.
BcKJipMauBaxb, ncKopMiixb, v. a. to feed,
minute.
bring um'^part. p. BCKopMacHHbitt.
BccMipHWiif, ailj. universal; -HO, adv. ly.
BcKaxi>, s. m. an inclined plane, slope, talus.
BccMoryn](,ecTBo, s. n. almiglitincss, omnipoBcKaxMBanie, s. n. rolling up, bowling nj).
tence, omni potency.
BcKaxFjnaxb, -uaxiixb, -icaxiixb, -Kaxnyxb,
BceMorjiu,ift, -Muu^Huft, adj. almighty, omv.a. to roll up, bowl up;;|-ca, v. p. to be rolled
nipotent, all-p iwerful.
- ho, adv. in np, be bowled up;ljpnr<. p. BCKaxaHHUft.
BccuitpHUil:, adj. omnifarious;

IJ

\\

every way.

BcRa'ib, adv.

in a gallop.

BCKH

BcKHAMBanie, BcKn;^aHie, x. n. throwing up.


BcRU^UBaTb, BCKH;i;aTb, BCKiiHyTb, V. a. to
-Cfl, v.p. r. to he thrown up; to tlirow
to vent one's anger, one's hile on
one's self on;
one; par^. j:i.BCKUHTTijfi.
BcKHuaHie, BcKoninie, s. n. hoiling up, ebulli-

throw up;

II

,1

jl

tion; effervescence.

BcKHnaxB, BCKHn-BTb,

V.

to

a.

begin to boil,

burn (icith anger, indignation).


BcKUWh, s.m. see BcKHiianie.

get boiling;

,,

to

BcunnaxHTb,

to boil u^^;^\part. p.

v. a.

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an ear, lend an attentive ear, be


attentive to (a discourse); h ue ^ maaca e^ uxo
paaioooph, I did not hear their conversation well.
BcJ[lJ;^cxBie, prep. gen. in consequence of,
consequently; according to, in pursuance of, purto lend or give

suant to; eamu,x^ npuKasaHiu, jtce-ianiu, according


to your orders, pursuant to your desires.
Bc.i'ii;^'b aa, prep, immediately after.
BcMiixpHBaxbca, BCMOxpixbca (00 vmo), v. r.
to look into; to examine, observe; to accustom the
i,

bckh- sight

BcKUCanie, s. n.^ growing


BcRHCaxb, BCKHCHyTb,

sour, fermenting.
to grow sour,
V. n.

ferment.

BcKjern.,

m. BcK.ienuBaHie,
calumny.

.9.

BcKJienanie,

n. false denunciation,

BcKaenuBaTb, BCKjenaxb,

impute

thrusting in, shoving in.


BcoBUBaxb, BCOBfixb, BCyHVXb, V. a. to thrust
in, shove in, put in:
2^1/'^!/ '^^ napMam, to thrust
.Houemy eo pyny, to
one's hand into a pocket;
slip a piece of money into one's hand; -ca, v.p. r.
to be thrust, be put, be shoved in; to push one's
self in, part. p. BCynyxufl.

disorder;

in

s.

n.

Bcocaxb,
in
to

1;

be

CMATKa.

ado. see

BcoBbiBaHic,

il

entangled,

be

a thing).

jl

to

a.

v.

i>ar^ p. BCK.ienaHHMft.
BcKJioKoieHHUft, adj. dishevelled, rumpled.
BcKao'iHBaTb, BCKJioiHTb, V. a. to put
-ca, v. r.
disorder, to entangle (the hair);

falsely;

(to

BcMaxKy,

nfl^eHHiiiiif.

s.

Bcno

p. bck.io-

,j3a/-i.

^eHHuli.

see

BcacuaaTb.

Bcna;i,axb, Bcnacxb, v. imp. to occur; ..


- naao iia y.m, it occurred to me, it came into
my mind.
Bcnanaaxb, BcnoHXB, v. n. to nurse with rnilk;
BcnoRXb u ecKop.Mumh, to bring up (a child);

BcKOK-b. s. m. leaping or jumping on, upon.


BcK0.ie6aTb, v. a. to bring in agitation, in \part. p. BCnocHHuii.
BcnaasHBaxb, Bcnoasaxb, Bcnoaaxu, v. n. to
motion (a liquid); to agitate; -ca, v. n. to come
crawl up, creep up.
or be brought in agitation.
^
BenapHBaxb, BCnapHXb, v. a. to soften by
BcKoaynMBaTb, -.lynaxb, -jynHyxb, v. a.
to put a horse in a sweat;
to remove (a pimple) by scratching; to scratch warm water: .louiadb,
-pnxb cnuuy, to thrash, give a thrashing; \part.
away; i-ca, v.p. to be scratched away; ||^ar. p.
p. BcnapeHHbitt.
BCKOJiynHyxuti.
j

||

il

BcKoaMxaxb,

see

BcnapxHBaxb, BcnopxHyxb,

EcKOjeGaxB.

BcEO.ib.sb, ado. slightly, superficially; om kocHj/.iCH amoio, he mincingly passed it over.

BcKannBaHie.

BcKonanie,
BcKonaxb, see BcKanuBaTi..
BcKopMUxeab, s. m. - Hnii,a,
see

nourisher,

s. f.

maintainer, fosterer.

BcKapMaHBaiB.
BcKopM.ieHie, s. n. see EcKopMi.
BcKopMuxb,

see

BcKopM.ieHHHK'B,

s.

111.

-HHn,a,

.s.

fly

v.

to flutter

n.

up, take wing.

BcnaptiBaxb,
oi^en;^uoomo,
poxufl.

BCiiopoxb, v. a. to rip up, rip


disembowel; part. p. Bcno-

to

j;

BcnaxHBaHie, s. n. ploughing,
BcnaxHBaxb, Bcnaxaxb, v. a.
jiart. p. BcnaxanuhiAtill;

tillage.

plough up,

to

BcnamEa, s. f. ploughing, tillage.


BcnaaKHyxb, v. n. to begin to weep, to cry;
- ca, V. r. imp. .mib - KHyaocb, I wept a

s.f. foster-son

or foster-daughter.

BcKopM-b,

up,

I!

m. feeding, bringing up.

little.

Bcn.iecKHBaxb, Bcnjecnyxb, v. a. to splash


BcKopodJHBaxb, BCKop66HXb, V. a. to warp
- nyxb pyKOMU, to clasp one's
up, bend; -ca, v. r.p. to^ be warped, be bent, be up, dash up;
hands.
crooked: .part. p. BCKop66aeHHUtt.
BcnaecK*, s. m. splashing.
BcKopt, adv. soon; oc.*), soon after, a short
Bcnjouib, BcnJOUiHyw, adv. without interruptime after.
tion.
BcKO^HXb, see BcKaKHBaxb.
^
Bcn.iHBaHie, BcnjHxie, s. n. swimming up;
BcKpHKHBaHie, s. n. outcrying, shrieking,
||

coming on the surface: floating.


Bcn.iUBiixb, Bcn.iHXb, v. n. to swim up, come
on the surface (of the water); to float; pano .lu,
V. n. to cry out, shriek, give or utter a shriek; to
noadno.iu, a npaoda Bcn.iHBex-b naeepch, sooner
scream.
BcKpyainBaxb, BCKpyxi'Xb, v. a. to turn; or later truth comes to light.
Bcnoiixb, see BcuaHBaTb.^
-suxb uuooy, to turn one's brain; -ca, v. r.
Bcno-iacKHBaxb, BCiio.iocKaxb, Bcnoaocayxb,
to grow giddy, a,vt giddily: ;^part. p. BCKpyajeHHtiii.
BcnoBcKpuRaxb, BCKpHXb, V. a. to uncover, open; V. a. to rinse: to wash slightly; HiJarf. p.
Bcnoaociiyxhift.
nucb.HO, to open a letter; xapmy, Koaupn, to .loCKaHHHfi,
Bcno.TiiuiHBaxb, BCiio.ioiuiixb, v. a. to alarm,
turn up or face a card, a trump; anat. to make
or spread the alarm: to startle: -ca, v. r.
give
open
an
napum,,
to
dissect;
an incision; to
alarm, alarm one's self: to take fright, be
take
to
a
body;
abscess; .Mq;meoe mn.w, to open or dissect
BcnoaouieHHwrt.
-ca, V. r. p. to break up; to be uncovered, be frightened: /^ar. jj.

screaming, screams;

ejaculation.

BCKpHKHyXb,

BCKpHiaXb,

BcKpUUHBaXb,

j|

,1

;,

11

II

opened, be turned up, be dissected: pnua -pijjiacb,


the ice in the rivcr^ broke up, the river is
part. p. BCKpuxtift.
clear;
BcKpuxie, s. n. opening; I breaking up (of a
mortem
river); \ dissection (of a body); post
||

BcnoMHHaxb, BCnoMHHXb, BCiiOMaeyxb,

v. a.

bear or keep
to recollect, remember, call to ^mind,
mind, in remembrance: BcnoMHHxe 060 .Hnn,
ill
v.r.p.to
recall me to mind, remember me: -Cfl)
be remembered, be recollected, etc.
BcnoMoraxe.ibHMft, adj. subsidiary, auxiliary:
i,

examination.

BcEpuuia,

Bcno.ioxT,, s. 111. alarm, trouble, fright.


BcuoMiiiiunie, sec BocnoMnn aaie.

turn-up card, trump.

s. f.

BcKpMuiHHtt,a(//. K03w;)b,turn-up card, trump.


Bcjiacxb, adv.

coll.

see iiAOBo;ib.

Bcayxi., adv. aloud.

BcayuiHBaxbca, BCjymaxbca,

v.

. to listen;

-HOC aaaedenie, branch establishment;


gram, auxiliary verb.
BcnoMoraxb,

v. n.

||

ixaio.n>,

to assist, help, aid, succour.

Bcno
BcnoMomiecTBOBaHie,

BenoMoaBeHie,

s.

74

BcxacEHBaaie, s. n. dragging
BcxacBHBaxB, BCxamnxB, v.

n.

assistance, help, succour.

BcnoMoiii,ecTBOBaT&,

to aid,

v. n.

lielj),

succour;

BcnoT-BaBifl, adj. sweaty; perspiring.


V. n. to be in a perspiration, in a
sweat.

BcnpurHBaxb; BcnpHrnyxB,
li

v.

jump

to

n.

s.

n.

BcnyHCK'b,

s.

alarm one's

BCxpeBoaKeHHun.
BcipencHyxBca,

to be

self;

v. r.

drag or

to

a.

trailed up;

-ca,
a. to alarm;
alarmed; j||9ari. p.
||

perf. to start or give a

shake the wings.


pulling by the hair; aaBcxpeniia, s.
coll.

start;

to skip, gambol.

BcapMCKHBiiHie,

p. to

V. r.

up, trailing up.

-ca, v. r. to be di-agged or
BCxameuHBifi.

j|

BcxaxB, see BcTaBaTb.


BcxpeBoaKCHBe, s. n. alarm.
BcxpeBosjHBaxB, -aiaxB, v.

BcnapxHsaTt.

see

BcnoTSTb,

np;

trail up;

\\part. p.

to relieve; to contribute.
BcnoMflHyTb, see BcnoMHHaTb.

BcnopxHyTb,

BCXJI

m. sprink-

to

||

/".

ling, aspersion.

damb -Ky,

BcnpucKHBaTB, BcnpucHyTb, v. a. to sprinkle,


asperse; o6nooij, to drink to the handsel, to the
new gift; to thrash, give a thrashing; ijiJarL jj.

disorder, to ruffle (the hair); part. p. BcxpenaaHBitt; coll. KaKh - naHHBiu, as if nothing at

to touse one, to give one a thrashing.


BcxpenMBaxB, BCxpenaxB, v. a. to put in
\\

!l

were the matter.


BcnpwcHyTBjft.
Bcxp-Bia, s. f. meeting; udmu na -iy, to go
BcnyxaTB, BcnyxnyTB, see PacnyxaTt, pacwelcome,
to
meet;
no)b3do8b, train-crossing;
nyxnyTt.
reception; cdn.iamb -ly, to give a welcome or
Bcnyx.iBifi, adj. swollen, tumid.
all

BcnyiHBaTB, BCnyiHXB,
-ca, v.jj.
p. BcnyieHRHft.
to raise;

r.

v. a. to swell, distend;
to be swollen; to rise; 2) art.

reception.

Bcxpi^uaxB, Bcxp-BXHXB,
er; to

perf. (na koio), to get angry


with, get irritated, get out of temper; to fly out
against, fly into a passion; to take pepper in the
nose; to be as hot as pepper.
BcnfJ.iBinBOCTb, s. /". irascibility, irascibleness,
passion, heat, fits or bursts of anger.
BcirujiBiHBBiHja^/. irascible, fiery, hot-brained,

passionate;

V. n.

-bo,

to meet, encount-

V. a.

\\

II

Bcn&i.iHTb,

|1

ado.^ hastily, irascibly.


BCni'ixnyTb, v.fi. to flash, burst

lodh,

uoeuu
receive, welcome;
to welcome the new year; -ca, v. rec. to
with; to encounter; to meet each other; to
go to meet;

to

i|

|i

meet

get together, fall in; -na-iHCB maKie .ttodu, such


people have been met with; to happen, occur;
-XHJiocB npennmcmeie, an obstacle presented
[j

.mi

itself;
II

we

fell

lopou

He

-xh-ihcb

c^

deyMn eoeiiHUMii Kopa6.iaMii,

with
two
- laioxca, a

in

lopa

men-of-war;

Co

ch ^e.^oo)bKOM^

ne.ioeibKb

il

BcnMXHBaTB,

out; to light up, take fire; cy dno '^wj.io oh oduy


.MUHyiny, the boat was in flames in an instant;
noMaph -xnyj'B noubio, the fire broke out in the

BCxpBXHXCfl,

-ca

men meet

whilst

hills

same

eh Muc.tHXb, to be of the

one;i|^ar^. p. BCxp-BieHHBiii.
BcxpiqHHfi, adj. meeting;

stand

(wind);

contrary

still;

oj)inion with

u nonepeuHuli, the first comer, every body;


night; fig. to fly out, grow or become incensed; coll.
ucK^, cross-bill.
to blush (with shame); to boil up (with anger); jar.
BcxpaxHBaHie, s.n. BcxpacKa, s.f. shaking up.
-XHCTi. U3T) ecHKUx'o nycmHKOOT), he gets into
BcxpaxnsaxB, BCxpaxayXB, v. a. to shake up;
a fume for nothing; eouiia - xnyjia, war has
to shake one's self.
broken out.
1 -ca, V. r.

\\

om

BcnbiuieiHHK'B,

s. in.

BcxynaxB, BCxyaiixB,

naut. gun for the night-

Hocnib, to

signals.

BcnbiinKii, s. f. flash of the prime;


caprice or anger, a maggot, whim.

BcniHHBaTB, BcniHHTB,

V. a.

||

fit of

ment;

assume the

eb C0W37,, to

v. n.

make

to

|i

n. getting up, rising.

s.

enter; & do.iM-

come to action; ?, camriT,, to enter the world or


froth, make upon the stage ofthe world; eo ojiadtbuie, to take
ebeoapacmh, to come of age; a^a3get covered possession;

foam; -Cfl, v. r. to froth, foam; to


with lather (of a horse).
BcnaTHTB, see Bocnain,aTi>.
BcnflTB, adv. backwards, back; odpamumhCH,
to turn back.

BcTaBaHie,

to

to enter the employan alliance; oh6ou, to

office,

begin a discourse; <?& ooeuiiyw c.iyMdy,


to turn soldier; -niiTi, ob mohuxu, oh .uoHamecmoo,
to turn monk, to assume the religious habit; to
oh doiooopb, to
take the veil (of a woman);
begin a negotiation, to come to terms; npecino.ib, eh KupayAf,, to ascend the throne, to mount
guard; ! -ca, v. n. (ao umo), to meddle with; -ca
3a KOio, to take one's part, defend, protect one.

loeop-o, to

BcTauiiTB, BCTaxB (pres. BCTaio, fut. BCTJiHy),


pduo, to rise
rise; to stand up;
early; Bcxa.i'B.tit ouo? is he up? BCxaTB notii,
BcxyniixciBHUft, adj. introductive, introductory;
to rise on one's feet; fig. to get a fixed, settled
position in the world; eoAune Bcxajio, the sun is -aaa j/)6'<i, speech of inauguration, inaugural
na cmyAh, to get on a chair; to get well address; -naa .leKni/i, lecture of inauguration.
risen;
Bcxyu.ieiiie, s. u. entrance, entry; introduction
again, to recover (of an illness); om yoice ne
iia npecmo.ib, the accession to the
naut. to get (in a book);
Bcxanex-B, he will not recover;
crown or to the throne.
atrip (of a)i, a)ichor).

v.n. to get up,

jj

BcxaBEa,

s.

setting

f.

BCXJiBOHKa, a piece

put

in,

in;

inserting;
(d^Jt

\\

nepa),

BcTynuuBFJit,
BcxynmiiKT.,

dim.
pen-

adj. intercessory, defending.


m. -iuiiu,a, s. f. interposer,

s.

defender.

holder.

BcxaBJiiiXB,

-bhxb

together;

BCxiiBHXB,

interpolate;

to insert,
fit in;

,1

[\

jj

oh

c.iooo

V. a.

- bhxb

to set in, put in;


o^ na3h, carp, to

mnypmi,, to plough and tongue


oh pibub,

cmamwo

doioooph,
clause in a

oi

to insert a word in a speech, a


contract; -ca, v. p. to be put or set in, be
\nscrt('d;\\part. p. BCxaB.ioiiHufi.
BcxaBHoft, adj. for being set in, put in, inserted; -iiu(f 3y6u, artificial or false teeth.
BcxaBoniiFiiA, adj. put in, inserted.
BcxapiiHv, BcxapB, adv. iu old times, an-

BcxarHBaxb, BCxanyxB,
ii

to pull,

haul up;

to take the

Bcj'iiyxB,

name
.see

of

God

in vain.

licoBUBaxfc.

Bcy'iHBaxB, BcyiiiXB,

ii

ciently.

v. a.

-ca^ v.p. to be pulled'up; lpart.2). BCxauyxMtt,


Bcyc, adv. si. in vain; npu3uoa)iib umh BuMie,

v.

a.

to intwist, inter-

fig. linn ne ana.Mt Ko.uy dino


did not know how to got rid of it;

-'IHXB, they

twist;

])e

j]

-ca,

v.p. to

or get intwisted; ili^ar^. p. BCyueuHwii.


Bcx.iiiiirjBaMio, s. n. Bcx-ibh-b, s. m. sobbing,

sob.

Bcx.ittiiUBaxB, BCxauniiyTB,

v.

n. to sob.

BCXO
Bcxo^HTb,

Bocxoxhti..

see

Bcxpaninxb,

to snore or give a little


v. n.
to slumher, sleep.
BcxpanHBaxb, v. n. to snore from time to
j!

time.

press in, squeeze in: -ca, v. p. r. to be pressed in:


to press in; -ayxbca oh mo.iny, to squeeze one's
self into the crowd; par*, p. Bxucayxufi.
BxHXOMo.iEy, ado. on tlie sly: in secret,
stealthily: dih.iamh umo, to do a thing l>y stealth.
jj

BxojRaxb, -EHYTb, see BTa.iKnBaxb.


Bxo.iEOBHBaxb, Bxo.iBoBaxb, c. n. to inculcate,

BcunKa,

strewing in.
Bcunaxb, Bcunaxb, v. a. to strew in; to
thrash, give a drubbing; -ca, v. p. to be strewed
BcbiniiHie, s.n.

BTar
']

Bcxo^^Tb, see BocxoA't.


snore;

75

s. f.

||

explain;

BXO.iEOBaKHbiii.

7>ari. p.

BranTUBaTb.

lixonxijxb, see

;|

BCMnanHHft.
BcHnHoft, ndj. for strewing in.
Bet, see Bee b, Be 6.
BcfeBaxB, BCBSXb, V. a. to sow

in;']

Bxopa,

part. p.

inspire, suggest;

-ca,

v.

in;

to instill,
in;

see

II

to invade

irruption,
press in.
^

BxopjKeHie,

Beet.

BxopHXb,

BcHKt, pron.

everybody,
every one; any one;.;, adj. every, eskd\; ] prov. we
-KOMy ciyxy etbpb, one must not believe all one

BcHKiii,

n.

Bxopraxbca, Bxoprnyxbca,

part.

|1

BcHKoft,

a - kvh) 6)bdi/ ne ynacemhcn, excessive


prudence sometimes defeats its own end; - Koe
Mnpa Kpacumo, there is a limit to every
dib.io
ve.toerbKo y dn.xa noauaemcH, a man is
thing:
known by his works; -komv ceon 6oAHHKa 6o.ibHa,
-KOMV ceoH o6itda lopbr.a, every one's own burden
seems 'the heaviest; i'/je.n6r( npo ce6n pasyMTbu,
speak to your own company; bchk'b d.iH ce6a, a
Boio d.iH octbXh, every one for himself and God for

hears:

fiddle.

fastening to the saddle.


BxopaquBaxb, Bxopo'iiixb, v. a. to fasten to
the saddle; i^ari. _p. Bxopo'ieHHbift.
s.

I,

p. BciflHuuii.
BcK);i;y, ado. everywhere.

BcH,

mas. second

Bxopii'iHBaiiio,

sowed

p. to be

s. f.

s.

V. n.

(as

to make an
to burst in,

v. r.

an enemy);

n. irruption, invasion.
to repeat: KO.wy, fig. to

chime

in with one.

adj. second; reiterated; -hoc noreiterated attempt; -ho, ady. for the
second time.

BxopHqurjfi,

Kymeme,

I,

BxopHHE'b, s. m. Tuesday; -Haqiibifi, adj.


Bxopo6paiie, s. n. Bxopo6paiHOCXb, s.
[,

f.

second marriage, deuterogamy.


BxopoCpaiHHii, adj. deuterogamist; born of
the second marriage.
Bxopu6paiHHE'b, s. m. -HHua, s. f. deuterogamist.
BxoporojilHHK'b, s. m. a second-year boy.
3a ce6/i onidibuaenn, who breaks, pays;
us all;
BxopoaaBOHie, s. n. Deuteronomy (book of the
HeoKCHumcH, Kmo noceamaemcH, many a slip'twixt
i;

the cup and the

lip.

BcaqecKiii,

adj.

Bible).

Bxopofi, adj. second; noicynanib U3h -pux-B


buy second hand; KanumaHh -paro pama,
BcaiHHa; s. f. dim. BcaiHHKa, miscellanies; second captain; jmo.ms-, second volume; E'Ka?Hej3Wa
-paa, Catherine the second; eo -puxi., secondly,
ecHKan, hotchpotch, mishmash, mash, olio.
past one; eo
Bxafinli, adv. secretly, in secret, under the it the second place; vaca, it is
-poM-b uacy, between one and two o'clock; yMe
rose.
cnpoKh Munymh -paro, it is twenty minutes to
Bxa.iKHBanie, s. n. pushing in.

-CEH,

of

kinds;

all

way;

every

23yKb, to

ado. in every way.

Bxa.iKHBaxb, Bxo.iKaxb, BXOJKHvxb, V. a. to two; Hemeepmh -paro, a quarter past one;


o'clock.
push in, shove in: -ca, v. r. to push one's self uexodrh -paro, not far from two

BxopoflHji;i;ecaxb, adj.

through; iipar^. p. BXO.iKHVXbiii.

BxanxHBanje, BxonxiiHie,
stamping

in,

treading

s.

n.

trampling

BiopoEJcaccHHETb,

in,

s.

si.

twelfth.

m. a pupil of the second

class.

in.^

BxopoEjaccHbitt, adj. of the second class or


BxanxbiBaxb, Bxonxiixb, v. a. to tread in,
rank.
in
the
to
drag
ai,
ipnat,
Bxonxaxb
trample in;
Bxoponaxx., ado. in a hurry.
mire; fiO- ^'^ ^^^^ ^^^^ abuse, to vilify; upar^. p.
BxopocxeaeHHOcxb, s. f. secondariness.
BXOlIxaHHUft.
BxopocxeneHHHii, adj. secondary, second-rate,
BxacEiiBanie, s.n. dragging on, in, up.
BxacEHBaxb, BxacKaxb, Bxamiixb, v. a. to of second rank.
BxpaB.iHBaxb, BxpaBjaxb, Bxpasuxb, v. a.
"drag in, on, up, draw in, pull in; -ca, v. p. r. to
to be inured to evil;
be dragged on, in, be pulled in; to trail one's self to inure to evil; -ca, v. r.
[i

\\

in:

part. p. BThmeuuhiii.

BxacoBUBaxb, Bxacosaxb,
(cards), thrust

in

shuffling;

HHft.
Bxii'^HBaxb, Bxa<iaxb,
p. BxaieHHbift.

v. a.

to shuffle in

^^ar^. p.

||

v. a.

BxacoBanpart,

to stitch in;
\\

BxaiKa, s. f. stitching in; piece stitched in.


BxeKaxb, Bxeib, v. n. to flow in, fall in,

[part. p. BxpaB;ieHHbiii.
Bxpu;i;opora, adv. three

dearer;

times

very

dear.

Bxpoe, Bxpoftai, ado. trebly, three times as


much, thrice as much.
BxpoeM-b, ado. three together, by three.
Bxy.iEa, s.f. bung; stopper; box (of a wheel);
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art. nut, screw-nut.


Bxyno, ado. in vain, vainly.
Bxiaicaxb, BOXBHVXb, v. a. to stick

discharge itself (of a river).


in, drive
BxcMauiHXb, V. a. pop. perf. to put into one's
to' enter; a eepme.l^, to spit,
thrust;
into;
to
in,
head.
in, sink;
Bxeienie, s. n. flowing in (of water); entrance. put on the spit; -ca, v. r. to stick
Bxe'iEa, s. f. hunt, way, pace, rate, trim (of [[part. p. BOXRHyxbitt.
BxiJUKa, s. f. expletive; stop-gap.
an animal).
Bx-fecaaxb, Bxteaiixb, v. a. to S(iueeze in, into;
Bxapaaie, s. n. friction, rubbing in.
-ca, v. r. to
BxHpaxb, Bxepexb, v. a. to rub in; ./& pyKU, to press in, push in with difficulty;
-CHHXbca tfs mo.my, -to elbow one's
to press in one's hands; -ca, v. p. r. to be rubbed press in;
BxtcaeHiiuft.
pressed in; ('& KOMy, eo unio), to worm way in the cro-wd; ypart. p.
in, be
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one's self in, intrude one's self; Bxepexbca Kyda


An6o, to push one's way into a place; par*, p.
jl

BxepxHti.
BxHCKHBanie,'

s.

n. pressing

V.

to

v. a.

coll. to

-ca

implicate;

eh koio, to fall

deeply in love with, to be smitten, be enamoured;


;j)art. p.

in.

BXHCEHBaXb, BXHCEaXb, BXHCUyXb,

BxiopHBaxb, BxibpHXb,
-ca, V. r. to be involved;
BTiopeaHbift.

BxarHBaHie,

s.

n.

drawing

in,

pulling

in.

BTJir

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BHBA

BxarHBaTb, BXHHyxt,

in, draw
night; detib, yesterday; prov. ucnamb -Haro dnn,
v. a. to pull
Koimu, to draw in one's claws; aoa- to look for a knot in a bulrush.
Biepn-B, ado. in the rough, unfinished; uanudyxh, to draw air; lydna -rHBaex'b eh ceon eody,
the
sponge absorbs water; fig. to entangle, cavib
to make a foul copy.

in;

-Hyxb

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implicate, involve; -nyxb eh xuKoe .iu6o dnAo^ to


entangle into a business; -ca, v.p.r. to be drawn
in; to accustom one's sell; -HyxBca er, maMejiym paCorny, to inure one's self to hard labour; \\part. p.

Biep^HBaxb, BiepxHXb, v. a. to trace in, draw


m;\part. p. B^epieHHHft.
BiexBepo, ado. four times more, four times as
much, fourfold; cioawunib uia.ib
to fold a shawl

BxaayxHfi.
ByaaexKa,

in four.

j]

Byajib,

s. f.

s. f.

ByaHHri,

small

BqexBcpoM-b, ado. four together.

veil.

B^HHanie,

veil; muffler.

s. vi.

B'lHHaxb,

naut. woolding.

ByJiKaHHSHpoBanie,

s.

s.

beginnig, initiative.

n.

to begin, take the initiative.


Biaxaxbca, v. n. to take in

V. n.

BiiixwBaxbca,

n. tech. vulcanization.

ByJiEaHH,siipoBaxBj *. a. tech. to vulcanize. the sense or meaning (of a writing).


ByjKaHusM'b, s. m. vulcanism, vulcanian theory,
B^iyacfe, adv. without being either relation or
plutonian theory.
friend; Mun
eto aicaAb, I pity him without being
ByaKaH'B, -HuiecKiM, see Bo;iKaHi,
hh- a relation of his.

BmecxBie,

HecKifi.

s.

entrance.

n.

ByjibrapHocxb, s. f. vulgarity.
Biuecxepo, ado. sixfold, six times more or as
ByjiBxapHuft, adj. vulgar, coarse.
much.
Byjibraxa, s. f. the Vulgate (Latin version of
BmeexepoMi, ado. six together.
BuinBaxb, Binaxb (fiit. Boiubio); v. a. to sew in,
the Bible).
Byi^tj s. m. wootz (Indian steel).
stitch in;l part. p. BuiEXbifi.
Bxo;i;HXb, boAxh, o. n. to enter, enter in, into;
Buii'.BHKii; BiuHBei^^b; s. m. -BBi^a, s. f. lousy
to get in, come in, walk in, into; boiixh 67, taean-b, man ov woman; brat (to a child).
so nodpo6Hocmu, to enter
BiuuBKa, s. f. sewing in; n piece sewed in.
to enter the harbour;
BmnBHott; adj. sewed in.
into particulars; ffo dtb.ia, to set up in business;
BuiHBOCXb, s. f. lousiness.
ez cnop^, to enter into a dispute; Mun, amo uuKOtda
BniuBKift, adj. lousy; mcd. pedicular, pedicuHe Bxo;i,iiJio Oh zu.iuey, it never came into my head;
BoflxH Oh MucAh aemopa, to penetrate the meaning lous; -Baa 7npaoa, hot. louse-wort, staves-acre;
of an author; smo ue Bxo;i;nxx. eh .uoe puuieuie, -Baa 6oMb3Hf>, med. phthiriasis, pediculation, lousy

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that does not hold a i)lace in my resolution; dtna disease.


\u.iHna He Bxo;i;Hxii na tojiooy, this hat will not
BiUHB'fexb; o6o-, V. n. to grow lousy.
go on my head; Oo nyowdu dpyiaio^ to take interest
Hit H Bo, prep, in, into; bo umh, in the name;
in the wants of another; oh dmo AeKaponoo Bxo- SHUKh new, in token of; bo XMejim, in drink;
;^ax'b Muoiis cnadnChH, this remedy is composed of cpaoneHiu, in comparison;
ciynaib '/e^o,in case of;
many drugs; to get in, into; to contract; BofiXH npudany, into the bargain; topodib, in the town;
.vu.iooiib Kh Ko.ny, to get in favour with one; to; ibxaiiib
e-,
JIondoHh, to go to Loudon;
miho, to his
BofixH Oh cMioy, to get renown, become famous; face; <3o deepen
doepii, from door to door; for;
A.uepuKy, we left for
Oh do.mi, to contract debts, get into debt; ue MU omripneujiucbMocKoy,
nepouh u noBxo;i;iixe Oh nooue do.itu, do not incur fresh debts;
Moscow, Me sailed for America;
Bofixu Oh cydb Co npomemeMz, to bring a request ciibduiu pash, for the first and last time; on, by,
before a tribunal; ch doK.iadoMo, to present a re- at;
Houb na 25-e hucao, on the night of the
noHedibAbport; oHh nil 00 nmo ne bxo^hxi., he does not 25-th;
ypoei'Hb ch, on a level with;
concern himself about any thing; ana oo oce bxo- nam, on Monday; bo Hmo6u mo uu cmaAo, by all
;^HX'b^ she takes an interest in every thing; aoda means, at any price;
Mopib, at sea; obinib
uecotAaBOiuaa ar, necoKh, the water went into the sand ciu, ceopn,, to be at odds; npodamb y6umom, to
or was soaked in by the sand; H
e7> ynonipeCAeuie,
sell at a loss; \ upon; 6u7/ibc.i.yoic6)b, to be upon
Oh .Hody, to come into use; to get into vogue, into duty; under;
6oAbiuou neuaAU, under great affashion; BoftxH oh ceos, to come to one's self.
nAaoaniu, naut. to be under way;
fliction; 6umb
Bxo;i,Haa, adj. s. f. introit (the heginning of nycmuvibCH nyvib, to set out; naut. to get unthe mass).
cAyoicu)m icynepaxh, he serves as
der way;
Bxo;i;i>, s. ). entrance,
todh,
entrance - hall, entry; coachman;
napodn,, among the people; pash
cmoHvth y Bxo;i;a, to stay at the entrance;
omoMh mu ounoaamu, the fault is
onc- once a year;
npeui,uciitCH, no entrance; access, admission, admit- ours;
odunh npeKpaenuii deub, one fine day;
tance; n.iama 3a
entrance-money; 6uji,eim d.in deaowdu deub, twice a day; n cmaoAio ce6n, o6a,
Bxoj^a^ admission-ticket; nMnnih Kh Munucnipjy, aaunoonb, I reckon it my duty.
to have admission to the minister.
B'bt.;i,axbca, B-bicxboa, v. r. to eat in, into,
Bxojiiin^ii'f, adj. entering; reentering;
yto.ih, through; to corrode (said of colours or corrosive
reentering anj.!-lc; -u^aa icmi/a, book of entries.
liipuids); HcpiiuAd B'bii.iHCb oh no.n>, the ink has
Bxoaiifi, adj. having admittance; ouh bxo3CT> penetrated the floor; to get accustomed to eating.

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ii

om

eo MHotie doMu, be

BiVRHCJiBaxb,

is

admitted to

BU,'fc;^IlXb,

v. a.

many

Bi>ii;;^HBOcxb,

houses.

to decant,

pour

transfuse; il/xtr^ p. iiii,-bceHHbift.


Bu,'hn.iaxbC}i, BH'Iinuxbca, v.r. to seize, hold
fast; to cling, clutch; ;;o<wi/j.KM, to cling to witJi
the claws; -iiMXbca dpyih oh dpyta, to claw one
another, cling to one another; ea ooaocu, to seize,
clutch the hair; 2-"'"e'''<'w' -nii.ioa oh .\toe tiAaimc,
in,

the burdock stuck to my dress.


Bucpa, adv. yesterday:
oeuepoMh,
evening;
uoubw, last night.

evening;

-Haa

f.

corrosiveness.

trance
Hoii,

xoub, last

gnawing.

m. entry (riding or driving);^ en(of a house); avenue; approach; B'b'B3;i;-

li'hf.Aji^i,^

s.

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B'bfiaataxb, ni.bxaxb, v. n. to drive


to enter or come in (by railway); ouh -xaJiTb o^
lopjadh Oh Kapeinib, oepxoMh, he entered the town
in,

ride in;

a carriage, on hoi'seback.
Bi-Bascitt, adj. giving the right to make use
of;
AUjCh, forest in which wood may be cut.
BbiiBb, BbaB'Ii, adv. openly, in a public manner.
Bm, jjron. 2>l. you.

Bu6arpHXb;

see

EarpHTi.

adj.

in

yesterday

Biicpucb, ])op. see Lnepa.


Bucpaiuuift, adj. yester, of yesterday; oevejji,
yesterday evening, last

s.

B^,iJ;^UIIBbIft, adj. corrosive,

BHBA

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BHBE

BM6a.iJOTHpoBaTb, v. a. to elect by ballot. OKHa, Oo OKHO, to throw out of the window; na


BBi6iiaTMBaTb, Bra6i)jTaTb, BMOo.iTHVTb, y.a. 6epeth, to cast on the shore; to leave out, throw
to shake out, splash out (a lui'iid); to blah, di- out; -OpocHXb CAoeo, to leave out a word; -CpocbTe
esdoph uih toAoau, beat that nonsense out of your
vulge; -CH, V. r. to be shaken out; to divulge;
head; Biii6poCH.io U3h mpyCu, the soot in the
pirt. p. BW60.ITaHHHft.
chimney caught fire; -ca, v. p. r. to he thrown
BuOaHHTb, see BaHHtb.
BHCapuuiiiHuaTb, v. a. to profit by bar- out; to throw one's self out; ^^ar^ p. BUdpolUCHUIJ^.
gaining; to gain profit by traffic or exchange.
BijOpccTb, V. n. to walk out slowly (as an old
BuOHBaTb, bij6utb, v. a. to boat out; to break,
break open; to burst, burst open; to strike or sick person).
BuOpHBaTb, BKiOpHTb, V. a. to shave out,
out; -6nTb cineK.ia, ayou, d-jepb, to break the
windows, tlie teeth, to break open a door; lunaty entirely; to earn by shaving; -ca, 0. r. to shave
U3h 2)i/Ko, to strike a sword out of the hand; ko- one's self; />rr^. p. BwOpnTfaft.
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il

beat a carpet, to beat dust out of a carneio -6h.io ipadoMh


1/
ece 7io.ie, his field has been devastated by hail;
cocndniii ci:oim -Chji. moU .11/ ih, my neighbour's
cattle ravaged my meadow; I to break up; -6HTb
dopoiy, to l)reak up the road; | to drive out; to
dislodge; - GHXb nenpiHme.ia U3h eio no3uit,iii, to
dislodge the enemy from his post; to hammer out,
Mcdajin, to strike off medals;
up; to emboss;
(pop.Hi/, to make a mould; to drive out, throw
out; Mope -Ohjo hi 6epeth o6.iomku KopaS.is, the
sea has cast on the shore the fragments of a ship;
to print (cloth, linen); coll. - 6HTb ii3b tcoio
I
dypb, to knock nonsense out of^one; -ch, w. r.p.
to get out; to be beaten out; Bufinxbca U3b dMto3h, to get out of debt; BUduTbCH U3h cum, to
exhaust one's self, to be knocked up; Tpart. p.
BhldHTSlft.
Bu6HBRa, s. f. - BiiHie, s. n. heating out,
chasing, embossment.
BHOiipaHie, s. n. choosing, selecting.
BfiiOHpaTb, BtiCpaTb, v. a. to choose, select;
to single out; to elect; ()/)// jeft, to choose friends;
BM6paTb 8h deny mamu, to elect as a deputy; to
sort out, pick out (herbs, salad); to cii\hdopoiy,
to pick one's way, one's road; to empty; -OepHxe
ece U3i cyndyna, empty the box;||prtH^. to correct;
-Cfl, V. r. to get out, remove, turn out; -paTbca
J
M35 Keapmupbi, to remove from the lodging;
\\natit.Ha enmepi, to haul (the wind); part. p.
pet;

Brjfipoj^HTb, see

to

eep-o,

Bu6pocKH, s. m. pi. refuse, rubbish.


BuOpuarHBaxb, BuOpHsraxb, v. a.

to ravage, lay waste;

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ij

BaSpaacHBaTt.

out; to bespatter;

-ca,

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v.

to splash
to be splashed (with

r.

water, mud).

BwCyKCHpoBaxb,

see

ByKcnpoBaTb.

Bi46yxnxb, see ByxuTi..


BwOMBJiXb, BuOrjXb, V.

n.

to retire, leave; to

go away, quit (service, employ metit).


Bu6Fii.i6ft; adj. retired; one who has quitted or
resigned his employment.
BbiS'feraxb, Bbi6taKaxb, v. n. to run out; ua
ecmpwiy, to run to meet; to sprout, shoot rapidly.
jj

jj

BbiOsrHBaxb, BwOiiraxb,

v. a.

to get or obtain

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in running, riding;

BuOtr'b, s. m.
BbiOsjUBaaie,

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torun over.

BbiO-fesKKa,

s.

f.

sprout, shoot.

bleaching (of linen); whitening (of silver); blanching (of tvax).


Bbi6B.iaBaxb; Bu6i&.iHXb, v. a. to whiten,
bleach, blanch, whitewash; -ca, v. r. to be
whitened, be bleached; pari, ^. BwO-feJieHHiiilt.
BhiC'fejiKa, s. f. whitening, bleaching.
BwCfecnxbca, v. n. perf. to be weaned from
s.

n.

jj

jj

one's follies.

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BbiBi^EHBax'b, BUBo;i;HXb, V. a. to lead about,


conduct about; n BhiBo;i;ua'b eto no oce.vy topody,
to train,
I have taken him all about the town;
break in (hounds).
BHBaiKHBaxb, BMBOSHXb, V. a. to take about or
carry about (in a carriage) into different places.

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BUGpaHHbllK.
BbiOHTb, .see BuOHBaTt.
BhiOJieBhiBATby Bu6.ieBaTb;
vomit out, throw up, regorge.

BtiBiiaHBaxb, BUBa.iHXb, v. a. to throw out; to


-ca, v. r. to be thrown out; to
tumble out, fall out; pari. p. BUBa.ioHHBift.

overturn, upset:
v.

a.

to

vomit,

BuBajaxb,

BbiOJieHKa, s. f. -kh, pi. naut. ratlin, ratline;


-eHOiHbift, adj.
Bu6oft, s. m. Bbi5oHHa, s. f. rut, hollow, hole;
lart. chamber (of a cannon).
BwOoftKa, s.
printed linen; boltings, second
-OottiaTHft, adj.
flour;
B^iOoHCTHtt, adj. full of hollows or ruts.

roll in;;|-ca,

-.la.iacb

oi

the mire;!iPri. p. BWBajiaHHHtt.

jfiojTtiTb, see

BMBapHXb,

V.

a.

to boil

out,

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residuum, sediment (by boiling).

linen-printer.

obtained
BuBapoqHbit, adj. -aaa
by boiling.
BhiBiicxpHBaxb, BrjBOCxpHXb, V. a. to sharpen;
ll-ca, V. p. r. to be sharpened; fig. to become alert;

BaSajTUBaTt.

co.xb,

Bbi6opRa, s. f. choosing, selecting.


Bbi6opHUft) adj. of choice; chosen;

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delegate;

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to full, felt (cloth);] to

wallow, have a good roll; coduKa


ipH3u, the dog is dirty from wal-

BrJBiipHBaxb;

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??t.

a. perf.

to

decoct, extract;
-ca? v. p. to be boiled out, be
extracted; pari. p. BsiBapeHHuft.
BiJBapBa, s. f. de-octure, extract; pZ. - kh,

/".

.s\

v.

v. r.

lowing

IJ

BKiOoftn^HR'b,

jj

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s.

m. deputy,

peasant-elder.

salt

[j

jj

BMBoexpeuHijft.
BuBamHBaxb, BiJBOiHHXb, r. a. to wax, rub
earn money by harrowing; part. p. Biadopowith wax; ipfrf. p. BiJBomcHHbift.
HeHHUft.
BfJBaaxb, V. a. perf to sculpture; to carve,
BwCopt, s. m. choice, selection, choosing; option,
to choose from; noAaiaKCb Ha cut; pari. p. BUBaaaiiuii.
election; ua
BiaBo;i;C!Hie, s. n. drawing out; extrication.
eatu^, I leave it to your choice; U -pu^ pi. the

BuOopouHTb,

V.

a.

to

harrow (a

field);

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[ipari. p.

to

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jj

BJBo;^eHbini'b,

elections.

s.

m. a cliicken just liatched.

BbiBej^PHBaxbca, BrjBe;^pHXbca, v. r. to become


BuGpasHBaxb^ BuOpo^CHTb, v. a. to go over,
wander over, through; to stroll through; om bTj- serene (of the tveather).
BfJBeaeHio, s. n. exportation, carrying out.
dpo^^nat eob yAvmu, he has wandered through
BiJBesxH, see Bunoantk.
all the streets; v. n. to ferment, rise, work (of
BiJBopcxKa, s. f. levelling, equalization.
have fermented
to
-CJI,
r.
a beverage);
BFjBepcxbiBaxb, BMBepcxaxb, v. a. to level,
enough.
make even, equalize; to retaliate, revenge; to
B^fipauHTb, V. a. to give a good rating.
BbKipacMBaxb, BijSp^saxb, Bj6;)oeHXb, v. a. re-over; H -ca, v. jj. to be levelled, be made even;
pari. p. BiaBepexaHHUfl.
throw out, cast out, to reject; BsrSpaeaxb itj.
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BElBa

BuBepTEa^ s. f. subterfuge, shift.


snow from the yard; oua BbiBesjia U3h sa tpanuvibi
BHBepTMBaTB, BhiBepHyTB, V. a. to draw out MHOto 6Tb.iha, she brought much linen from abroad;
to export (goods); \ to draw out; -8th Kapemy
(by turmiKj); to wrest; nyTb na usuaHKy, to
turn inside out; -HyTb pyKy, to put the arm out ush capan, to draw a coach out of the coach11

-ca, v. r. to slip out of one's hands, get


extnVate one's self (out of difficulties);\io
appear suddenly; om "Hvaca u3o sa yiAa, he
appeared suddenly from round a corner; part. p.
of joint;

ana Ha^a^acooux^ donepeU


oCmecmeo), she began to introduce
her daughters: H -ca, v. p. r. to be carried out, be
conveyed out, be brought out, be exported, etc.;
to remove, move; [jjjorr^. p. BhiBeseHHUJJr.
to introduce;

house;

II

li

e^

(G^ cerbtm,

out; to

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BMBepnyTHli.

II

BwBepiHBaTb,

BWBepT'feTi.,

V. a.

BbiBOSHTb,

to hore out,

BHEaaHBaxb.

see

BHBepieuHHfl.
BwBOSHoft, BbiBOSHbift, adj. exported; imBMBepiUHTb, see Bepraaxb.
ported, brought out (from abroad); BbiBOSHbifl
BuBHBaxb, BMBHTb; V. CI. to wicathe, weave; noiuAUHu, export-duties.
B&iBos^HK'b, s. m. -Hnn,a, s.f. one who carries
to twine out, wind out; ';'^ar^ p. BiMBHTbifl.
BMBUBHOft, adj. for winding out, spiral.
out, who exports.
screw

out;||pflr^.

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BUBUHIHBaTb, BMBHHTHTb,
-ca, o. p.
p. BblBHHqCHHMli.
screw

out;

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BHBHXHyTb,

to be

V.

(l.

tO

screwed

BwBOS'b,

V.

to luxate; -Hyib ceOn pyKy, to put one's arm out


of joint; -ca, v. r. to be put out of joint, be luxapart. p. BHBHXHyxHH.
ted, be dislocated;
'j

from

|j

B^BHX'b, s. m.
BuBniUHHK7>,

luxation, dislocation.
m. hot. mountain knot-grass.
.s.
BMBo;i,HTb, BiJBecTb, -CTH, V. a. to lead
ua Kasm, to lead to the
out, take out, bring out;
scaffold; eta BUBe^iH uai co6paniH, he has been
turned out of the assembly; cth Aomadb U3b
Komomim ua nonaai^ to bring a horse out of the
stable for show; -cth tapHUsom u3o Kpnnocmu,
to withdraw a garrison from a place; to transplant or remove (peasants from one village to
another); to complete, finish, terminate (a biiilding); cmibHu BMBeAeuH, the walls are completto extirpate, exterminate, destroy,
ed, finished;
extricate; to take out, drive out, dispel; jciowos^,
to destroy, exterminate bugs; -cth cupoc7ni>, to
remove or dispel moisture (ofabuilding); namna,
to take the stains out (of a coat); -ctu 3anax%
detmn, to drive out or dispel the smell of tar;
V/UnAmm, to hatch chickens; icyjnitia BKiBeJia
VtUnAHim, the hen has hatched chickens; to deduce,
conclude; to draw out; -cth aaK.iWHcuie, to deduce
a conclusion; om bmbctb e^ pacxodi GoAhviin
cyMMU, he has drawn up a large account; -cth
u^^ aaOAyMdeuiii, to turn from error, to disabuse,
undeceive; -cth na cenim, uapyywy, to bring to
light; cth KOio u^^ ce6s, U3^ mepnnuiH, to i)Ut
one in a passion, to try a person's patience to
the utmost, to make one lose patience; xozo e^
Awdu, to open a career for a person; ysop^, to

salt-pits.

BbiBopa^HBauie, s. n. turning
BbiBopa^HBaTb, BUBopoTHTb,

inside out.

V. a.
to turn
inside out; -THTb nAamie, to turn a
coat;
to regain, discount; -ca, v. r. to turn out,
be ti^rned (of a coat); ^ part. p. BHBopo^enHbifl.
BbiBOpoTHbifl, adj. turned, reversed.

turn

out,

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BbiBOpoTT.,

s.

m. wrong side, under

side, reverse;

adv. wrong side out, inside out; contrary,


opposite; in a wrong or opposite sense; mtieopotm
na in a wrong manner, wrongly, hind side
na

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foremost.

jj

See BuBacxpHBaTB.
see BuBamsBaxi..

BBIBOCTpHTb,

BWBOu;HTb,

j]

s.

port; notuAUMa

to dislocate, put out of joint;

V. a.

m. BbiBOSKa, s. f. exportation, exua


export-duties.
BblBOJiaiCHBaTb,
BtlBOJIOIHTb,
BblBOaO^b,
a. to draw out, drag out.
BMBOJio^Ka, s. f. dragging out, drawing out.
BwBOJioqHHiii, adj. -Haa coAb^ salt extracted

UUSCreW,

out;||2Jr^.

BHBliBaTb, BbiB-feaTb,

V. a. to

winnow (wheat,

corn);\\pjart. p. B&iBliaHHbifi.
BHE-feBKH, s. f. pi. winnowings, chaff.

BbiBB^^biBaHic,

s.

BbiBB^^MBaTcaB,

jj

s.

n. exploring, finding out.

m. -HHn,a,

s.

explorer,

f.

discoverer, scrutator, scrutineer.

BBiBt^^aTb,

BhiBJiji^aBaTh,

]j

v.

a.

sound,

to

ubu HaMnpemn, to
scrutinize, investigate, explore;
sound a person's intentions; BBiB'fc;i;aTb mauny y
to worm a secret out of a person.
BwB'feftKa, s. f. winnowing.
BbiB'IipRa, s. /'. adjusting.
BbiB'j&paTb, BHBtpHTb, V. a. to regulate, set;
Hacu, to regulate or set a yvatch; part. p.
BblB-fepeHHWfi.

i:oio,

[^

BbiBtcHTb, see BHBiranBaxi..


pyAadu, mpeAU, mus. to make
Bi^BiiCKA, s. f. sign-board (of a shop): com.
roulades, shakes; -ca, v. p. r. to be led out, be deduction of tare; -co'iHufl, adj.
ventilation;
taken out, etc.; cmapuHuue oOwiau -B6;^aTca,
airing,
BbiB-BTpHBanie,
s.
n.
ancient customs fall into desuetude; duuh -Bo;i;MTca destruction by the influence of the atmosphere;
e^ Haulux^ Arbcax^, the game becomes scarce in chem. efflorescence, efflorescency.
our forests: MOAt, u k.iohu BbiBciHCb, moths and
BMBBTpHBaTb, BBiB'tTpHTb, V. a. to air, put
bugs are destroyed; U3h 9mux^ num ne BiJBe- a tiling out to air; to ventilate; to destroy by the
;^yTca uunAJima, these eggs will not hatch; mi- influence of the atmosphere; -ca, v. p. r. to be
take a drawing;

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iiAHma yjice BiJHe.iHCb, the cliickens are already aired; to be destroyed by the influence of the
hatched: Ipnrt. p. BMBe;]:eHiii>itt.
atmosphere; to wither; [|^jr^. j?. BUBibTpeuHbiii.
BbiBOjUHTb, see IJuBaatnuaTi,.
IJiJB'IiTpf..iocTb, s. f. chem. sec i5iiB4xpHBbiBO,T;HUH, adj. s. f. permit of marriage (for Banie.
peasant-girls marrying in another village); -^Hoo,
Bf.iBt.Tpli.ibift, adj. eftlorescent.
6'.
n. duty paid for this permit.
HuKBiuHBaTB, Bi.iB'kcHTB, V. a. to hang out;
Br>iBo;i(Hott, IiiJno;^HiJtt, adj. removed, transto weigh; to make the weight even; to equalize
planted (of peasants); n paid for removing, trans- (the scales)-, to put on a level, to plane; -ca,
who lias the permit of marriage; see V. r. p. to hang out; to be hung out, be weighed;
plantation;
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BHitOAHaa.

\\2iart. p. BhiBiiuioiiiiBifi.

m. ])rood.
]{biBii:{iJBaTB, KhiBasaTB, v. a. to knit; to
BuBO^'b, s. m. transplantation, removal (of make a pattern in knitting; to gain, earn l)y knitpeasanrs); tlcdncJion, inference, consequence, result; ting; ||^;r</^ 2'- BiJKa;jaiiMhiff.
njinietu, scouring, cleaning.
BbiBa.iUBaTb, BbiBa.iiiTb, v. a. to dry in the
BbiBOSiVri., BHBesTH, BbiECBTb, V. a. to convey open air; -ca, v. r. to be dried; to dry, wither;
out; cHuti CO d'lopa, to convey out or carry out \\2>(*rt. p. Br>iBa.icinirjn.
Bj''.ino;i;oKT.,

s.

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Bwra;^Ka,

s.

BEira;^UBaHie,

f.

n.

s.

con-

BbiropasiuBaxb, Bhiropo;^DTb;

v. a. to fence
excuse, exculpate, try to
justify; H -ca, v. r. to extricate one's self, clear
one's self (of an affair); part. p. BiJropoxeHHbiii.
Bbiropaxb, Bwropixb, v. n. to be burned out,
be consumed; to burn out; och depeauH -ptaa,
the whole village was reduced to ashes; .nacio
-pliJio, the oil has burnt out; dvj.io -ptjo, e
-p-feao, fig. the business succeeded,
did not
succeed, failed; ?ei. to pickle, dip;|jto tarnish,
fade (of colours).
B;'rop'feaiJfi, adj. burnt-out; tarnished.
BAjrpaOa3;i;axbca, v. r. perf. pop. to extricate
one's self; to clear one's self (of an affair).

out,

trivanco, sparingness.

Bwra^^wBaTb, Bwra;^aTb,

v. a.

to try to econ-

npu KpotiKn,
omize; to spare, save; to profit;
to spare in cutting out; U3^ dtnoto cynna edea ah
Bi.ira;i,aeiu& doa MUjicma, from this cloth one can
hardly make two waistcoats; nopmuou butaj^hBaeTi. U3i Kajwdaio kijcku, tlie tailor knows how
to save in every piece; ^ to contrive, imagine,
to
gain by fortune-telling; jpa>-. p.
discover;
Bhira;i;aHnMft.
BwrapKU, V\ m. pi. lees of brandy; scoria;
recrement, dross (of metals).
Bwrapt, .s. m. strength of brandy; |scoria, scum,
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exclude;

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fig.

to

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BurpaBnpoBaxb,

see rpauHpouari..
BrarpaHHBaxb, Bhirpannxb, o. a. to cut into
BurnOaTb, BMrnyTB, v. a. to bend out, camber, facets; jjart. p. BwrpaHeHuuii.
BurpcOaxb, Burpecxb, v. a. to rake out (ashes,
curve, arch: -ca, o. r. p. to curve; to be bent,
be cambered,' be curved, be arched; part. p. bm- cinders); to scrape out, dig up; o. n. to row out;

recrement, sLig, dross.


Brjra'inBaxb, BhiraTiixb, see FaxnTb.
j;

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rHTTUfl.

'^part.

j5.

BKrr.io;i;aTB,

Bur.iaaKKBaTb, Bwrjia^^HTb,
level,

to

v. a.

gnaw

make

plane,

even;

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a. to

v.

Bbirpyxaxb,

out;

BiJr.io;i;aHHEiit.

smooth,

iron (linen); j -ca,

s.

m. pi. scrapings, rakings.

BbirpeOaoft, adj. -eaa s.na, cess-pool.


BbirpeO'b, s. m. raking out.

curve; flexure,

flexion.

BHraa;i;HBaTb,

BHrpe6eHHW&.

BbirpeOKH,

BuruOHoit, adj. bent, curved.


BBirHCi, s. m. bend, bending,

\part.

p.

Bwrpysnxb,

v.

to

a.

unload,

discharge; to disembark, unship (go>ds);Kopa6.ib,


-ca, v. p. to be
to unlade or discharge a ship;
unladed, be discharged; H/jar^ _p.BMrpyaieHHbifl.
BurpysKa, .5. /'. unloading, disembarkment,
,,

p. to be smoothed, be levelled; to be ironed;


discharging (of a vessel).
par?, p. BwraaaseHHUfi.
BHrpysHofi, adj. destined for disembarking.
Bjr.ia;i;biBaTb, BbiraanyTb, v. n. to look
Bbirpya^iHKir, s. m. unloader, lighterman.
u^^ okhu, -nyib 6^ okho, to look out of
out;

V.
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the window; v. a. asp. perf. Biarja;i;'feTb, to spy,


watch, observe, remark, notice, discover.

Burpbisaxb, BurpMSXb,

v.

gnaw

out;

suberose

(of

to

a.

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BbirHcaxb; see BHroHflxt.

BbirneTaTb, BHraecTb,

Wjjart.

BLirpEiaeHHUfi;

p.

bot.

leaves).
v.

to

a.

press

BwrpasHHXb,

out;

TpmnuTh.

see

BbiryaHBaxbca, Buryaaxbca,

Wpart. p. BHrHeTeHHbifi.

v. r.

to refresh

one's self^by walking; to recover (after sickness).


BBi;i;aBaTb, BH^^axb (pres. Bbijtaib, fut. bhBwrHyxb, see BHrHCaTt.
BbiroBapnBaxb, BbiroBopnxb, v. a. to pro- ^aM-b), V. a. to give out, away, up; to deliver; to
oKa.iooame eoucKa.Ho, to pay troops;
nounce, speak out, articulate; /Jtfc/eeKo, to pro- distribute;
nounce distinctly; to reserve, keep for one's self -^axb cy.My deiietz, to pay away a sum of
(by agreement); to reprimand, rebuke, reprove; money; -^axb nacnopim, to give a passport; wj30-ca, V. r. p. to express one's sentiments, eiaHvio, to give out victuals; to serve out rations;
speak out; to be pronounced; I part. p. BbiroBopen- -;i,axb ecKce.ib, to draw a bill; -;i,axb Koniw cb dony.ueiima, to deliver the copy ofadeed; /)ecmj/HKa,
ubiii.
reprimand, to deliver a culprit; } to forsake; to betray, disclose;
BbiroBop'b, s. m. pronunciation;
to reprimand lie -;i;aBalixe .vena, don't forsake me; to.ioch -^ijaat
rebuke, reproof; dnAamh cmpotiu
Hbio aicSo
eto, his voice betrayed him; -;i;axb
severely.
advantage, profit, interest; gain; mauny, to betray a person's secret; -;i;axb ce6Jt,
Bbiro;i;a, s.

BbirHHBaTb, BLirHHTb,

V.

a.

to rot, putrefy.

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f.

-;i;y U3h aceto, to take advana profit of every thing; to derive


nocmynavih muKh,
profit from every thing; aama
interest to act so; KUKym Me -aj
it is in your
noAymcme ou ami, dmoto? what benefit will you

benefit;

tage

or

looAeKami

make

reap by it?
BHro;i;HOCTb,

s.f. profitableness,

advantageous-

BHro;i,Hbift, adj. advantageous, advantageable,


profitable: gainful; "HaanoaMi^/fl, advantage-ground;
npedcmanumh mno ez cumomo homt. cenmn, to
to the best

advantage;

-ho, adv.

marry

to affirm a lie, an untruth; -ca, v. p. r.


paid, be delivered, etc.; \ito project, stand
out, jut; Kpuma -;i;aexca, the roof projects; cmnna
-;^aexca enepedh, that wall juts out; a>MO OHem
-;^aexca, j3am?. this comes off well; to happen,
occur, arrive; nam cnopo -;i;acxca c.iyua'u, as soon

aa
to

ness.^

show a thing

-;i;axb doHb aa.nyoich aa noto,


one's daughter to some one; ct'(J/i aa koio,
to pretend to be, to give one's self out for; om
.lOMh
-;!;aaT. ceOn aa, he passed himself otV for;
to betray one's self;

to

ucmmiy,

be

as an opportunity o(cuvs;'i part. p. BUHaUHhiii.


Bbi;i;aBaHBaxb, Bw^^aBHXb, v. a. to press, press
-ca, v. p. r. to be
out, squeeze out, crush out;
pressed, be pressed out; to squeeze; ^jar*. p. bij-

to advantage; om -;i,ho owenuACS, he


has married advantageously.
;i;aB.ieHHiJii.
BbiroHKa, s. f. chem. distillation; residue.
Bbr;i;aHnaxb, bh;^ohxb, v. a. to milk out; -ca,
BuroHHbiJi, adj. destined for pasture or for
to be milked o\it;\\part. p. BWAOonawtt.
v.p.
pasturage.
|{br;i;a.i(5.iHBaxb, B^I;^o.I05IXb, v. a. to hollow,
BMrouui;nKX, s. m. hunt, beater-up.
BbiroHX, s. m. driving to pasture; pasture, excavate; to work with t^^he chisel; Afi'- ^o learn,
pasturage; o6miu, common, common of pasture; get by heart; i>or. p. Br.f,T,oa0.icuHiJft.
BiJ^aua, s.f. payment, remittance; deliverance;
distillation.
BMroHJixb, Bwraaxb, v. a. to drive out, expel, distribution; issuing; extradition (of a criminal).
BbT;i;BaHBaxb, Bu^^Boiixb, 0. a. chem. to refine
turn forth, turn out, dislodge; to beat out; m3
^ar^ jj. bi.idoMy, to turn out of the house; 7ia nacm6amc, or purify by repeated distillation;
to take to pasture; to distill (brandy );\\ part. p. ;]^BOCHHUJt.
Bbi;i;Bnraxb, Bw;^BnHYXb, v. a. to draw out.
BLiraaHHEiii.

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-HyTb xapemy, to draw out


-HyTb Kapemy, to order out

a carriage;
a carriage;
-HyTb amuKh, to open a drawer; -ch, v.p.r. to
be drawn out; to go out of one's place; to give
way; />''* 1^- Bu;i;BHHyTEjft.
BbiABHXHoft; adj. that can be drawn out;
Hmum>, a drawer; -naa Kpoeamh, truckle-bed.
BKi;i;eprHBaHie, s. n. drawing out.
BH^eprHBaTb, BM;i;epraTb, Bhr;i;epHyTb, v. a.
to pull out, pluck out, draw out; -pnyTb aySh, to
out a tooth; -pnyTb looadb u3h cmtbutt,
pull
to draw a nail out of the wall; caa;t, to draw
piles; -ca, v. r.p. to be pulled out, be plucked out;
ll^Jare. p. Brj;i,epHyTHfi.
Biii;i;epaKHBaTb, BU^epaeaTb, v. a. to support,
sustain; to hold out, up; to endure, bear; to
undergo; ocady, to withstand a siege, to hold out
against a siege; cflor6 xapaKinepi,, to keep up one's
character; ne -SKaTb xapuKmepa, to quit one's
ground; nuDiKy, to support, bear torture; dmoim
KopaS.ii He -a:HT'b MopcKuio nepexoda, that ship
is not seaworthy; etna khuiu ne -aciiTi) emopmo
uadamH, this book will not bear another printing or will not pass through another edition; ./le^o
He -pxa.Tb, the ice did not bear; om -paja-iii
OKecmoKoe Hcnumauie, he was severely tried; -JKaTb
9K3aMeno, to succeed in an examination, to pass
an examination; we -KaTb SKaaMeua, to fail in an

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BHEAB

Bu^bixaTbCH, BM^^oxHyTbCH,

out;

eeAibnih

BHatH
V. r.

become

to

vapid, flat (of wine, beer); to evaporate.


BT>i;^']&jiRa, s. f. Bbi;i,B.iMBaHie, s. n. preparing;

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dressing, tanning (of skins).


^injljk.T'b) s. m. portion, share, lot (of an inheritance).
Biii;i;s.iHBaTb, Buj^t-iaTb, v. a. to make out,
to tan, curry, dress (the
prepare; to execute;
skins); to pare (hides); -en, v. p. to be made; to

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be tanned, be dressed;
BBijl.'feabHott,
Bbi;i;'fe.iaTb,

||_par<.

p BH^tjiaHHHtt.

adj. dealt out, apportioned.


to deal out,
v. a.
Bhr;i;'fe.iHTb,

apportion, allot; -.iHTb KOMy nacmh uacjindcmea,


to give a person his share of the inheritance;
-CH, V. p. r. to be apportioned; to receive one's
share; to stand owt;lpart. p. Bij;i;tJieHHMft._
BueMKa, x.f. Bmcmi., s. m. takingout; confiscadim. BueMOlKa, hollow;
tion, seizure, arrest;
scallop, slope, cut; arc/i. grooving, fluting, flute;
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aeMAHHUH, cutting.
BueMHoft, adj. that can be taken out.
BAieMOiHHft, aiUj. taken out; confiscated.
BMBM'iaTHfi, adj. hollowed out; fluted, grooved;

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emarginate, sinuate, striated.


Bbi2EapMBaTb, BHSEapHTb, V. a. to dry by the
to put in the stove for purifying (earthen
fire;
pots); to destroy by the heat; to chastise, chasten;
-ca, V. r. to be dried by the fire, be destroyed
examination; to keep; es imophMn, to keep in by the heat: part. p. BhiacapeHHuft.
BhiasaTb, see BuatHMaxt, BaKHHaxb.
prison; to train; jioiuadb dma xopomo -pxana,
BM2KeJo6HTb, see jKe.iio6HTB.
this horse is well trained; oh dinoMh poMann, xaBHiate-iTHTb, V. a. perf. to paint or dye yellow;
panmepu -pxaHBi xopomo, in this novel the
hot. dedalous,

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3SaUHbltt.

sustained; jprtri.

well

are

BM;i;ep-

j?.

\\part. p.

BrJKeaTBHHutt.

Buxeib, see BaffiHraTb.


BuxHBaTb, BUXHTb, V.

a. to live a certain
Bhi;^epaE:Ba, s. f. supporting, sustaining, bearing,
xapaumepa, the keeping up or time, live out; to gain, earn (hy service); am w fl
maintaining;
maintaining of character, firmness; extract; -kh -BCTi uedibAu, he will not live a week out; om
U3h couiineiiiH, the extracts from a work; training; Mii.th lodh u -xaJi-b tutixuh, he lived a year and
did not earn anything; to supplant, dislodge, drive
tia -Ky, adv. at random, by chance.
Bbi^^npaTb; BM^^paTb, v. a. to tear out; to pull away; to extirpate; -acHTb koio waa doMy, to get
out; -;i,paTb koio an yuiii, to pull one by the one out of the house; to get rid of any one, pack
ears; -ch, v. p. r. to be torn out; to extricate one's one off; dypnoU aanaxb -bjictt. uach U3h KO.HHatnu,
self (from the crowd, from pooerty); part. p. the foul air drives us from the room; jl v. n. -aEHXb
part. p. a|
U3i .i7bm^, U3h yMa, to get childish;
Bbi;:i(paHHbiJa[.
BbiaCHTbltt.
Bhi;];HpKa; s. f. tearing out.
BiJacHBRa, s. f BtiKHBaHie, s. n. living a
Bij;i;oxj[iiift, adj. exhaled, evaporated; flat.
certain time; driving away (out of a house); supBhiAOXHyTbCfl, see BH;tHxaTbCH.

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Brj^pa,

s. f.

otter;

aMepuKancKajt

plantation.

grison.

m. young otter.
BH;^pHXHyTbC}^, v. r. perf. pop. to have one's
Bbi^l.peHOK'b,

s.

BiJSEHra, s. f. smelted gold or silver procured


by burning old galloon; fresh land; s. c. cunning
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rogue, sly dog, artful blade, crafty fellow.

sleep out.

BbiacHranic, s. n. burning out.


BbiacHraxb, BiJSKCib, v. a. to burn, burn down,
out; -a:eib depeeiix), to burn down a village; to
glass).
to brand (with iron); to refine, sublime; to burn,
Bia;^yBaTb, Bf4;^yTb, v. a. to blow out;
blow (glass); to carry away, off (of the wind); smelt (silver, gold of old galloons); -ca, v. p. to
be burnt, be refined, etc.;'\ part. p. BUXxeHUbitt.
\\part. p. Brj;^yTHft.
BuacH^^aHie, s. n. waiting for; watching.
Bbi;i;yBHutt, adj. done or obtained by blowing.
Bili^TH; see BaxojiHTb.

Bu;^yBaHie,

.s.

blowing

n.

out;

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blowing (of

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BiJAy^HTb,

V.

a.

pop.

to

drink

to

the last

drop.^

Bhi;^yMRa,

s.

/".

invention, fiction; false rumour,

Bi>iaEH;taTe.ibHMA, adj. expectant; cunctatory.


Bi>icii;^aTb, BUJEAaxb, v. a. to wait, wait
for,

outstay; to

watch (for an occasion);

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part. p.

story, fib.

Bu;i;yM'iHBufl, adj. inventive,


trivance; imaginative, ingenious.
BiJAyHn^HRii, s. m- - n^Hi^a,
invcntrcss, contriver: boaster.

BM;^yMrjBaTb, B}J;^yMaTb,
out,

contrive, imagine;

Ij

v. a.

quick

at con-

s.

f.

inventor,

to invent, find

to lie, i\\);\part. p.

BU-

AyMaHHUfi.
Bw/'^yii.iHTb, BlJ;^y^JIHTb,

(a

to hollow out

tree).

BiJ,^bi.V!iHiC)
Ii

v. a.

BusM.iHBaTb, BfjaiH.iHTb,
out, spunge; to get

BuxaTb

BhiHcuMiiTb,

V.

a. fig. to

by constraint or
(ft<t.

squeeze

slily.

BuaiMy),

v.

a. to

express, squeeze out, press, press out; cokj ust,


ane.ihcuna, to press out the juice of an orange;
6ib.ibe, to wring, wring out linen;- oo^y U3h Otb.ibA,
to press water from linen; fig. to exhaust, grind
coKh U37, koio, fig. to try one heartily,
down;
drain one out of money; -ca, v. p. to be pressed
out, be squeezed out, be wrung; p<>.rt. p. buj]

1,

s.

n.

evaporation,

exhalation;

Bu^^uxaTb, Bfj;^oxHyTb,
expire, breathe out.

|1

aiaTNft.

expiration.
v.

a.

to exhale;

jj

to

UMaiiiMKa,

s.f. pressing

(after pressing).

out;I|-KH,

pi. residue

BHaCH
BUSHHUTb, BUXaXB
reap, reap out;

part.

jj.

(fut.

s.

V.

m. hound;

v.

BuucKUBaxb; BMHCEaxb^

devour

to

a.

all;

to seek out,
V. a.
search out; to find out:
ciyuau, to seek an
opportunity, to find an opportunity; to watch; to
wait, wait for (a favourable inonient); ca, v. r.p.
to^ present, offer one's self; to be ionxiA;] part. p.

||

-XJiHii,a;

-azJOBEa^

liouad-])itch.

5. f.

BEIKH

BhiiiHbitt, adj. of neck, cervical.

to

a.

Bhiasaxud.

BtiaiHpaTb; BMxpaxb,
Wpart. p. BUxpaHHETiK.
BMa:aei;T>,

BUSHy),

81

BMasjUEi, s. m. hot. calfs-snout, calves'-snout,


snap-dragon; see BHacaeiii.
BJ2E:.iaTnnEi>, s. m. dog-feeder.
|i

Bu[3B?iHnBaTb, BUSBOHUTJb, V. a. to ring out,


chime (an air).
BMSBaxb, see BiissBaTB.
Bki3B'1^3;];ut!>j v. a. pop. to reprimand, taunt.
V. imp. to be studded with stars; the sky is covered with stars.
Bbl3,^<)l>aBaHBaHie, s. 71. convalescence, convalescency.
BM3;3;opaBanBaTB, BW3;^opoB'feTB, v. n. to be
convalescent; to grow better, recover health.
BH3;3;opoBaeHie, s. n. recovery, cure.
B&iseaeHUTb, v. a. to dye green; ;i^ar#. ^. bmsejeHeHHbifif.
Bbi3HaBaTb, BMSHRTb, V. o. to investigate, find
out, learn; part. p. BHSHauHbift.
Bi^soB'b; s. m. calling out; evocation, recall;
na nodefiance; provocation;
Bo eydb, summons;
- SMBnott, adj.
eduHOKo, challenge;

BH3B'fe3;^feTI.,

^ife.TO,

|'|

BuncEaanbitt.
BwHCEX., s. m.

BbiiiCEUBaHio,

searching out.
Bhifixu, BLr;i;xH

(fat.

s.

BLiii;i;y),

n.

search,

see

Bhxo-

BrJEa,

s. f. hot. vetch, bitter-vetch, fitch, tare.


Br.TEa;i;HXb, v. a. perf. to get out by incensing;
fig. to show out politely; pari. p. BbiEasseaHbltt.
BbiEasHuiij adj. exhibited.
|i

BbiEasuBaxb, BMEa3axb,

to show, exhibit,

v. a.

padocnib, neua.ih, to manifest joy,

evince, display;

ceou ma.iaumh, to show off one's talent,


to let one's talent be seen; -saxb y.sn,, to display
-ca, v. r. to show one's
wit, make a show of wit;
self, prove one's self to be; to put one's self forward; -saxbca tf5 Hacmosvie.Ho cemnib, to show
one's self in a true light; we c.mdyeim c.iuulko.ho
sorrow;

j}

|;

jj

ij

BbisoJia^HBaxb, BM30.iOTHXb,
\part. p. BBi30J0<ieHHbifi.
BusojHXb, v.a. perf. to

V.

to

a.

gild;

wash

in lye;

Ij

pari.

i?.

s.

m.

V.

n. to

grow

ripe; to

ripen.
BBi3p'feabrii, adj. ripened, ripe.
BbiayOpnxb, v. a. to leai-n or get bj heart,
learn by routine; to know; seeSySpuTt; ^part. p.

of one's

display

self forward,

BbiEa-

part. p.

self;
jj

v. a. to prick, prick
prick out a pattern; -EOJOXb
t.iaaa, to put out the eyes; to cut out (icith an
axe); I part. p. bmeo.ioxuu.

yaoph,

to

BbiEaHH)MHBaxb, BbiEaaio^HXb,

hot. lark's-heel, lark-spur.

BbisptBaTb, BBispliXb,

SaHHbld.
BbiEa.ibiBaxb, BMEoaoib,
out;

BMSOJieHHWil.
Bbiso.ibHnR'b,

sbiBaxbCH; one must not put one's

make

v.

a.

coll.

obtain by entreating, importuning: ipari. p.


HIOieHHblll.

to

BMEa-

BBiEan^iUBaxb; BMEonxnxb, v. a. to smoke,


smoke-dry; pari. p. BMEon^eHHHft.
BJEJKanbiBaxb; BMEonaxb, v. a. to dig out, up;
KO.iodeii,o,
to dig a well; coSuKa
to grub out;
BhiEonaj:a nocmb, the dog has grubbed out a
i|

BbisyOpeHEbifi.
BbiSHBfixeJbHbitt, adj. evocatory; provoking.
Bbi3HBaxb, BBi3Baxb, V. a. to call, call out, bone; to disinter, exhume (a dead body); coll.
up, away, forth; to make come; to evoke, provoke, OMKyda cm BUKonaj'b omy uoeocmb? where did
tempt, urge; to invite, tempt, get out:, coMmbnie, he pick up this news? -ca, v. p. to be dug out,
to excite doubt; -Baxb o& naMmnu, to call to up, he grubbed out, up; pari. p. BbiEonaHHbiii.
BwEapaCEaTbca, v. r. to scramble out; to
mind; a.ioynompeoJieHiH Baiox'b pe^op.Hu, abuses
urge or call for reforms; aK?nepo, to call for an extricate one's self (from some troublesome affair).
BbiEapjnBaxb, BUEopjiHXb, v. a. to bring
actor; uxh BUSBajH uah depeeuu, they made them
come from the country; xopomun notoda -Baex^b up, rear; to feed, fatten; .[pari. p. BMEopjiaeawaea ua npoiy.iKy, the fine weather tempts us Hblfl.
BuEax'b, s. m. BbiEaxbiBaHie, s. n. rolling
I'M omKpoeeHHocmi), to incite to frankness;
out;
nucbMeuHO, to out; zjiaaa ua -xt, goggle-eyes; -XHbifl, adj.
e^ cydi, to summon to court;
BbiKaxuBaxb, BuEaxaxb, v. a. to roll out,
summon by writing; ua noeduuoKh, ua 6ou, to
to gain
to calender, mangle (linen);
challenge; smo jieKapcmeo 3Baao paomy, this bowl out;
medicine caused vomiting;j[-Cfl, v. p. r. to be called, by driving about; -ca, v. p. r. to be rolled^ out,
be invited; to offer one's self; oho cumo -ssaJiCH come rolling out; to wallow; part. p. BbisanoMOHb .HHib, he offered to assist me himself; ;;23aj'<. XaHHElfl.
BbiEiixbiBaxb, BMEaxHXb, 1;. a. to roll out;
p. BblSBaHHblJi.
part. p. BUEa^eHHbitt.
Bbi3fl6aTb, BtisHfinyTb, v. n. to perish from
BbiEa'vnBaxb, BJJBaiaxb, v. a. to pump, pump
cold (of plants).
out; - uaxb oody U3h KopaS.iH, to free a ship of
BbisaCjuii, adj. frost-ldtten (of plants).
water; to gain by swinging; -ca, v. p. to be
BbiHrpbiBaHie^ s. n. winning, gaining.
BbiHrpuBaxb; Bunrpaxb, v. a. to win, gain; pumped, be pumped out; pari. p. BUEaianto draw or get a prize; -rpaxb ei napmu, eh Hhlfl.
i]

jj

j!

|!

|1

||

II

;|

||

i|

i|

II

jj

jj

Aomepem,

to

win

-rpaxB

prize;

-rpaxb

jj

jl

HXpaHHUli.
BbiHrpbimHLifl^

adj.

won,

gained;

Huu

gainer.

m. gain, winning; profit, advantuHMcou, the gaining of one's cause; i.iaafirst prize; oumb Oh -mt, to gain, be a
s.

a.

v.

mow

to

(a

mowing; -ca, v. p. r.
wear away by mowing; pari. p.

to gain by

to

i|

i|

ferment;

a lottery ticket.
tage;

certain simccY^

be mowed; to
BBIEOinCHHUtt.
libiEaiUJnBaxb, BHEaiuaaxb, BUKaui.iaHyxb,
V. a. to expectorate by cougliing, cough up;!, pari.
p. BhiEaiujaaubiit.
BbiEBHiniiBaxb, BUEBacHXb, V. a. to leaven,
6u.%eim,

viHowoy, nponecch, to gain a lawsuit, a cause; to


at law; - rpaxb epeMa, to gain
time; -rpaxb aibuicpb, naiU. to gain the wind;
-ca, V. p. to be gained, be won; pari. p. bm-

overthrow one

BbiHrpum'b,

BMEaniHBaxb, BMEOCnxb,

at cards, in the lottery; to get a

cpajicenie, to gain a battle:

li

pari. p.

BiJEHJ^Ea,

s.

BUEBaiueHHMft.
f.

casting out:

supputation, cal-

culation; JipZ. -;^EH, dregs; things thrown out.


BbiEuii,Hoft, adj. cast out, refuse.

BbiBu^biBaxb, BLiEu;i;axb, BMEHHvxb,

V.

BHKH

cast out, reject; to throw out; -hj-tb U3h


OKua, to cast out of the windo^y; to retrench,
to
ciiambio,
exclude; -HyTB was KOHmpaKma
to
c.toao,
exclude a clause of a contract;
word: to miscarry; oiceHa moh
a
out
leave
to

;|

|1

-Hyja, my

has

wife

miscarried; to
to calculate with

reckon; Hrt cnemaxh,

\\

calculate,

an abacus
to run up

BHKy

BbiRO.ia^HBaxB, bhko.ioxhxb, v. a. to knock


out; iiu.it> n3o ueto, to beat
the dust out of; -.ioxhxb njiamhc, to beat the
coat; -ca, v. p. to be knocked out; to come out;
\\part. p. BbiKoaoieHHijfi.
BHKO.iaiUHBaHie, s. n. BuKOJiocKa, s. f.
out; to stave out, beat

|i

earing.

BMEo.iaiunBaxbCH, BbiEoaocHXBCH, V. r. to
(counting apparatus); -HyTb (fi.iaro,
a flag, to display colours; /7^. -HbTe dmo^ u3o ear (as rye), he eared.
BfaiECiEa, s. f. cutting blocks of ice.
tojioau, put tliat out of your liead, think of it no
BiJEoaoxEa, s. f. block (of a shoemaker);jprint.
imj?.
longcr;;;crj/Z. -HyTb lumi/Ki/, to play a trick;
36 mpyou BMKHHyjio, the soot in the chimney planer.
BHK0.10XB, see BHKajiHBaTB.
has caught ^vQ\\ijart. p. BMKHHyTBifl.
BMECiynHBaxB, BWECiynaxB, BWEOJiynBuKH^^Hiu'b, s. VI. abortion; castling; -;^HIajj

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1|

Hyxb,

HEJii, adj.

BHKHnaTb,

BbTKun-feTb, V. 11. to
to fade (of colouis).
out:
BtiKHn'feawja, adj. boiled away.

away,

boil

V.

become

to

li.

acid,

turn sour to a certain degree.


BiiiKnciHii, adj. acid, soured to the necessary
s.

BtJKJia^BiBaHie,

f.

BMEOcnxB,

covering;

facing,

BUKpacxb,

BBiKpa;i;biBaxB,

to steal, steal

v. a.

(an author);\[''(iHf

to purloin, pilfer

out;

adj.

to

a.

V.

BHKamHBaTb.

see

II

v.

p.

r.

li

BMKJia;i;'inK'6,

m. calculator.

s.

brjio^dtb,

BMK.ia;i;trBaTB, BMK.iacxb,

be stolen out;
;^eHHbiS.
to

a.

v.

n.iamha nsr,
to lay, lay down, out; to put out;
cyudi/Ka, to take the clothes out of the box; to
depnoMb, to turf, to cover with
cover, garnish;
turf; to castrate, geld (a horse, a ram); to cal-

]|

culate, reckon:

p. BBiKJia;i,eHHBift.
BUK.iaHHTB, V. a. to

BbiEpaHBaxb, BHEpouxb,
/'.

BHEpaxMajiHBaxb, BwEpaxMa.iHXb,

obtain

BHKJUOHyTB,
- ca, v. r. to

out, up; to eat up;


part. p. BbiKJieBaHegg-shell;
jj

come out of the

BUEpemeHHbiii.

tianity; jl^ar^ p.

i|

BbiEpecx'b,

BwK.ieiiBaTB, BMKJienTB,
hox;\\ part. p.

to

a.

BuKpaiuHBaxb, BUKpacHXb, v. a. to dye,


colour; to paint; -ch, v. p. to be dyed, be
painted; li/jrtri. p. BiJKpameHHbitt.
BwEpecTKXb, V. a. perf. to convert to Chris-

HElit, BMKJIH)HyXBlii.

Hui/UKh

v.

|!

BUKJeBaXb,

BMKaeBBIBaTb,
peck

to cut out, cut

V. a.

||

||

by reverences.
V. a. to

BUEpa-

^ar*. p.

jj

starch out; ^or*. p. BUEpaxMaJieHHbiii.

|i|jri.

BtiK.iauuBaTB,

to slink out;

i|

from a pattern; pari. p. BuKpoeuHbiii.


BihiEpacEa, s.
dyeing, painting.

\\

jj

on;

BMEdynny-

p.

BHEopsinxb, 6'ee BaKapMaHBaxt.


BbiKopMEa, s. f. BwEopMT., s. m. fattening.
BHEopMeBMBaxB, see KopieBaTb.

n. uns.
arch.
garnishing;
casing, frame-work; ijcalculation, reckoning;ji-AHoit,

BMKJa;i;Ka,

\\jjart.

calk, calk out;} part. p. BWEOHona^ieHHBitt,


BwEonaxb, see BHKanuuaTi..
BMEonxHXb, see BuKanHHuart.

point.

packing;

pick out;

to

a.

BHEOHona^iHBaxb, BHEOHonaxHTb,

\i

BHKHCiiTi., BbiKHCHyTb,

V.

xbiii.

6yMatou,

to

to glue, paste

a.

v.

paste

paper round

m.

s.

man

converted

s.

n. glueing

s.

n.

crying out.
a.

V.

to cry out.

BMKpoftKa, . f. dim. -KpoeiKa, pattern; cHHDch


-EV, to take or draw a pattern, to cut out a
-Kpoe'iHHft, adj.

BuKjefiMHTB, ^jcr/". see KaeSMHTb.


BuKaenbiBaTb, BWK.ienaTb, v. a. to beat out,
make thin in beating out; part. p. BMK.ienaH-

BbiEpoiunBaxb, BbiKpouiHXb, V. a. to crumble,


-ca, v. r. to crumble; to be lost
shred, mince;

HUli.

by crumbling;

BHK.inKJlXb, BblEJIHEaTB, BUK.lHKHyXB, V. a.


to call (by name); to call out, forth; \ part. p.
BblKJlHKHyXUli.
BMEJiiiK'b, s. m. BMK.iHiKa, s. f. calling out.

BbiKpomeHHbiii.

pattern;

1|

i|

||

to

break

in little pieces;

^^ar*.

p.

|1

BbiEpyrJUBaxb, BbiEpyrJiHXB, v. a. to give a


round form; n^ari. p. BUEpyrJieHHbifi.
BwEpyaciiBaxb, BrjKpyataxb, BiaKpyxMXb,
drive V. a. to round, scoop, chamfer; |!/>rtr^. p. BhiEpy-

BwK.iHHnBaxb, bbikjiiihhxb, v. a. to
out a peg with a peg;j|-CH, v. r. min. gcol. to
disappear (of a lode).
BuKawiaTB, bbirjioiiixb^ v. a. to exclude
(from society, from service); to expel (from school);
to leave out; to except; to retrench (a word, a
sentence); to deduct, subtract, defalcate (a sum);
-cii, V. p. to be excluded, ])e expelled, be excepted; /;ar^. p. BlJK.lWieUHIjft.
BUK.iiO'iiiH, ger. except, excepting, with the
exception of, save; see HcKJUo'iaa.
BbiK.iiO'icHie, s. n. exclusion, expelling, retrencliing; deducting.
BwK.iiiH'iiinaxb, BMKaHUUHXb, see BHuaHioH H B a T L.
||

BbiKpyasHH, N. f. pi. arch, moulding,


chamfers; cavetto, hollow, concave mould.
BbiKpy'iHBaxb, BhiEpyxHXb,

v.

a.

scoops,

to

twisty

wrest strongly; ^M.i6e, to wring linen; to


extricate, exculpate; j -en, v. p. r. to be twisted, be
wrung; to exculpate one's m\i\\part. p. BWEpy-

wring,

jj

II

'leHHbiii.

,|

ItiJi.-ouKa,

s'.

f.

Ri>ri:oRi>iHaxB,

forging.

mer out; 2;r/r/!. p.


BHUOBUpiIBUXb,
uyXB, V. a. to i)ick

to forge,

v. a.

ham-

BMKOHaiiiJi.ift.

BIJKOBf.ipHXb,
out;

/;c/rA.
I

to

a.

v.

cover

(n

-cjr,

v.

p.

BUKOHMpto be picked

p. Br.;no3r.i)HHHHrt.

v. r.p. to buy
(from captivity); to be redeemed; i;jOr^

effects out of pledge, of


oiie'.s

out: ';/;r^. J^- BWKOBUpeilHJjfl, BUKOHbipHyXUft.


BMKo;i:';;)5;r,aTr., lu.iKJKtupHXb, v. a. to get

out the trumps;

BWRpraxB,

BHKiM.rnaxB,

house); part. p. BWEpwxutt.


BbiKyiiiixB, BiJEyiiuxb, v. a. to redeem, buy
out, back; to repurchase; to ransom (front
off,
rapflvity); dodpoma em -iiaex'b miiou> nedocmamcompensates for many defects;
Kinn.,
iiis kindness
-iiiixb U31, saAota 3a.iojiceuuuH uet((u, to take
^

bmkohiixb,

2>.

-m

BbiRpKEnBaHie,

BuEpHEHBaxb, BMEpHiaxb,

BHK.ieeHHHft.
s. f. BbiK.ieHBaHie,

BbiK.ieiiKa,
on, pasting on.

chris-

to

tianity.

self

pawn;

-c'li,

jj

BuicyiiJieuufaifl.

BuKyiiaxb,
bathe one's

BiJEynEa,
redeeming.

v.

self;
jj

*.

/'.

a.

perf

jMr<5. p.

-CJi,
Bhiuyiiaiiubili.

to bathe;

BuKynauBC,

s.

|j

w.

v. r.

buyiu"

to
cJf,

BHMA

BHKy
BwKynHofi, adj. redt'cmable; destined for
-Hoe npaoo, riglit of repurchase, of

redeeming;
redemption.

:,

BMKvnmifK'B,

who

s.

m. -w,Hi;a,

s.

JIehatb.

see

BbiJOBUXb, sec BuaaBjiHsaTb.


Bijaoacnxb, see BunaaAUBaTb.

or she

lie

f.

Bbi.iuHUBaxb, BhMiiHaxb,

Bbr.iuHaai.itt, adj. shed, moulted (said of animals );\\fa,ded (of materials).

repurchases.

BwaoKaxb, v. a. perf. to lap o\it]lpart. p.


BhiKvinb, ,9. vi. redemption, repurchase; ransom
Bhl.lOKaHHUft.
(of a 'prisoner).
BbLioMaxb, see BuaaMUBaTt.
Br.iKvpiiBaTb, BBiKypnxb, v. a. to smoke out;
BbiJOMEa, s. f. BhiJiOM'b, 6. m. breaking out,
BhiKvpnTb cHiajjy, to smoke out acigar;|lto obtain
demolition; quarry.
by distillation; ;:jJrtr^^ iJ. BiJKypoHHHll.
Bbijomiixb, see BujiamHBaTi,.
BHKycHRaxb, BijKyciixb, v. a. to bite out;
BH.TyatHBaxb, Brj.iy;^iixb, v. a. to im:) part,
2)art p. BhiKVUieHHuft.
BhiKViuaxb, V. a. perf. to drink out, take; e p. Bbi.iyaseHHuft.
Bw.iynaxb, Bu.iyn.raxb, BH.iyiiiixb, v. a. to
ytodno .in oa.sa namKy nam? will you not take a
bark (a tree); to peel (a)i orange); to take the
cup of tG-A'i^part. jA^ BWKyuiaHHHii.
BfjaaB.inBaxb, BwaoB^xb, v. a. to catch out; shell oiT, to shell (ivalntits, pease); -ca, v. p. r. to
hatch
the
shell,
peeled;
to
break
(of
to draw out (fish); to catch (all the fish or game) be
chickens); I part. p. BM.iyn.ieHHbifl.
ecw 2^^'^!/ '^ npyd)b, to draw out a pond;
out;
Bbi.i>iu;HBaxb, Bw.iymiixb, v. a. to unhusk;
tfo .iibcy duHb, to thin or clear a forest, to kill all
-ca, v.p. to be unhusked; n j9rt/-^ p. BuraymeHthe game; -CH, v. p. to be all caught, be fished
HBltt.
out, be killed; l\part. p. BuaoBaeHHbiff.
BbiJiMcfexb, V. n. to become bald.
BM.ia3Ka, s. f. mil. sally, sortie; -.lasHbiii^
Bbi.ili3aHie, s. n. climbing out, creeping out;
adj.
Bi'MaaTb, s. m. outlet, hole to creep out (in a so.ioc-t>, depilation, falling off of the hair.
Bbiatsaxb, Bw.i'fcsxb, v. n. to climb out, creep
wall).
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|i

j]

11

j]

j|

BM.iaKnpoBaxb, see JIaKHpOBaTt.


BH.iaMUBaXb, BH.105iaXb, BM.lOMHIb,

to

out;
a.

-jiis.iH

omb
made

(of hair); y ueto

off

fall

l!

V.

his

ecrb eo.iocu,

illness

6o.i}b3mi

his

hair

break open, out; BMJOMaxb deepb, to break fall off.


BbiJiinaaxB, Bbiainnxb, v. a. to mould; -ca,
open a door; BiJ.ioJiaxb 3y6b, to break off a tooth;
-Mxb ce6)b pi/Ky, to dislocate one's arm, put v.p. to be moulded; il^Jrtri. p. BW.iifen.ieHHbift.
Bbi.TfenoE'b, s. 711. mould, model, cast.
one's arm out of joint; -ca, v. p. to be broken
to

ij

out;

p. BfciaOM.ieHHblft,

;^rt?-f.

BMai^HBaHie,

BUJOMaHHBlfi.

Bbiaaiu,uBaxb, BKiaomiixfc, v. a. to gloss,


polish; -CH, V. p. to be glossed, be polished; Ipart.
I

p. BiJ.ioni;eHHHft.

Bbiaeriaxb, BHjerinxb,

to geld;

v. a.

Ij

BuaeiBBanie.

sec

BbMiiUiiBaxb, BW.i'feiHXb, see BH-ienHBaxB.


BbiJiaaHBaxb, BWMa3axb, v. a. to anoint;
-saxb oapny c.mo.iom, to tar a bark; ccuo.w?., to

-ea, grease;

use

to

besmear;

Brjaeasajbift, adj. spoiled by lying, through


being laid aside or not used, having lost its

to

strength, freshness.

sop, soak;

or ointment;

grease

the

all

-ca, v.p.

v.p. to be gelded.

Bm jeKiiBaxb, BM.ieataxb,

to lie out, keep


one's bed or be bedridden for a certain time; \ to
obtain by inaction; -ca, v. r. to be spoiled by
lying or through being laid aside; to repose, rest
v. n.

make one's self dirtY::\ part.


BbiMaEHBaxb, BHMaKaxb,

||

one's self, take rest as long as necessary.


BbiaeJi'feaxb, see Banejitmb.
BHJexaxb, Bw.iextxb, v. n. to fly out; to go
out swiftly; nmuua -x'fe.ia U3h K.in,mKU, the^bird
flew out or escaped from its cage; du.m, -xaexi
u3'o mpyCu, the smoke escapes by the chimney;
KyponumKa -xtaa u37>-3a nyana, the partridge
flew up from behind the bush; adjjo -xtao ush
nyiuKH, the ball M-ent from the cannon.
BM-iex-b, s.m. flight, flying out; swift course;
jl

HasHjieTi.

.see

Bw.ie'iHBaHie,

p. BMMa3aHHbitt.
a. to steep out,

il^jar^. p. BbTMaKaHHuii.
BbiMaacBbiBaxb, BWMajieBaxb, v.

embellish;

jjort. p.

a.

s.

n.

cure

(of

an

illness),

BbiMajiiiBaHie,

s.

impetration.

n.

v. a.

to cure, heal;

BW.ieiHaH otm o^iacnou 60.^311^1, they have


cured him of a dangerous illness; -ca, v.p. r. to be
cured, be healed; to recover; i||jr*. }) BwaeiCHeta

j]

Hbiiif.

BbiJiemaxb,

BHMaJiHBaxb, BbiMo.iHXb,

obtain by

to

V. a.

prayers or entreaties; i/wr^ p. BbiMOJeHHuft.


BwsiaJiHiBaxb, BWMoaoxb, v. a. to grind out,
obtain a certain quantity of flour; to earn by
grinding; -ca, v. p. r. to be ground; to wear away
by grinding; j;r^. p. srjMO.ioxKfi.
.;

\\

|,

BuMaHHBaxb, BuijiaHHXb,
lieckon out:

to obtain

v.a. to entice

out,

by cunning; to screw out;

BhiMaHOHHuft.
BiJMapaxb, see B u nap u Bait.

'ipart. p.

BMMiipiiEaxb, BFjMopiixb,

uModo.sn,,

destroy;
slacken (lime);

[\

part. p.

BHMapHBaHie,
BM.ieiiiXb,

to paint,

BbiMaaeBaHHBiti.

II

kill,

re-establishment.

Bbiae'iHBaxb,

to

v.

||

jl

to be anointed; to be greased;

r.

IJ

s.

to

v. a.

to starve

famish,

starve;

out,
to
,,

BUMopeiiHua.

n. cancellation, cancelling.

BiJiuiipbiBaxb, BWMapaxb, v. a. to dirty, soil,


daub, besmear; -paxb pyKii, nMimbe, to soil or
dirty one's hands, one's dress; to cancel, erase,
blot out, strike out (a passage of a book); to strike
be
off (of a list); -ca, v. r. p. to dirty one's self; to
iJ

\\

BWjecxHXb,

v. a.

to

obtain

by

blotted out;

'^\part. p.^

BiJMapaHHWft.

BHMac.iiiBaxb, BiJMac.inxb, v.a. to oil, butter,


part. ^^.^BUJiemcHHufi:.
grease; -ca, v. r. to oil or grease one's self; ^to
BbiJiHBaxb, BU.iHXb, V. a. to pour, pour out;
buU3^ 6ymujiKU, to pour out of a bottle; -JiHTb soil one's self with oil or grease; Hi^jr^ p.
oody 67, OKHO, to throw water out of the window; Mac.ieHHbift.
BbiMaxbiBaxb, BiJMOxaxb, v.a. to wind out,
to found, cast (a bell, vase, candlesticks); to
bijmomould (a statue); -ca, v. r. p. to run, run out (of wind up;] to earn by 'wim\mg;.}2)art. p.

flattery;

jl

|j

ij

|1

fusihle things); to be poured out; to be founded,


be cast, be moulded; part. p. BhiaiiXHH; om.
-xwfl omem, he is the very picture or the very
jj

likeness of his father.

BHaitaMBaxb, BH.iii3aTb,
Wpart. p. Bbf.iH3aHHMfi.

v. a.

to lick up, out;

xaiiHbiA.

BiJMaxHBaxb, BWMaxaxb, Bhujaxiiyxb, v.a.


away (flies); to tire with swinging (f/n/iS,
etc.);\part. p. BhiMaxaHHuft.
to flap

BbiMauiiBuxb, RiJMoniixb, v.a. to wet, wet


.mchh -MOUH.i'b dojicdb, the rain has
6*

tJirough;

BHMA

to macerate (hemp); to soak, steep,


freshen (salt beef); to -water-soak;
ceAcdKi/, to soak or take the salt out of a herring;
to water a herring; -CH, v. r. p. to get wet; ^to
be wetted, be wet; to be soaked: (jjjar^. p. bm-

wetted

me;

drench;

to

84

BHMO^Ea^

\\

jl

'\

MOneHHMtt.

BuMam,nBaTb, BHMOCTETb,
stone, brick, flint);

Biai6bBKa;

s. f.

V. a.

BMMeiKeBHBaTL, BWMeaceBaxB,
ure

off, survey
BfciMepaaxB,

off;

to

pave (with

part. p. BMMomeHHHS.
naut. capstern-bar, capstan-bar.
]

ipart. p.

v.

meas-

a. to

BHMeaieBaHHHtt.

BrjsiepsHyTb,

v.

n.

to

BHHO

11

soaking, drenching.
naut. pendant,

s. f.

BuaineJi'B; s.
-.iBHBii^, adj.

pennant;

>n.

BHMVciHBaxB, BHMycJHTB,

to slaver
V. a.
p. BHMycjieHHBift.
BbiJiyinBaxB, BfJMVinxB, v. a. to torment;
to obtain by tormenting; to extort; ijjiarf. p. bm-

over, beslabber;

|l|>ari.

MyqcHHBitt.

BMHiyiuxpoBaxB,

see

MymTposaTb.

BBIiBIBaXB, BMMHXB (flit. BBIMOH)), V. a. tO


wash, wash away, off, out; to scoop out, excavate;
-Cfl, v.r. to wash; j9ari. i). BMMBixBifi.
;|

freeze,

11

II

congeal; to be frozen, be destroyed by the frost


(of plants).
BwMep3.iMfi, adj. congealed; frozen, destroyed
by the frost.
BHMep.iMH, adj. extinct (of a family), died out.

BBiMBiEaxB;

BBiMEiKaxB,

hackle,

to

a.

V.

||

BbiBiecTHTbj see EHMeiuaxb.


EHMOTiiTB, BwaiecTL, BHMecTH,
sweep out; ".CJi, v.x). to be swept
BEIMeTeHHHU.
ij

BuMOTKa,
Bmbibti.,

s. f.
s. hi.

(linen);

V. a.

cast out, throw out; to hem, bind, edge;


nem.iu, to make button-holes; to calculate, reckon;
to handle (a gun);l''eHf o. p. to be cast out; to
be stitched, be trimmed: part. p. BMMexaHHHfi,
to

tO

O.

V.

with

cover

lather,

lather

SOap

(horses);

part. p. BHMMJieHHBlit.
s.

m.

fiction;

]|

inven-

BBiMBiuiJieHie, s. n. contriving, inventing.


BwMBifflJiaxB, BMMHC.iHXB, V. a. to invent,
contrive, devise;

|1

to imagine, feign;

|i

par*, p. bbi-

MBIM.ieHHBlS.

BMM^anxB,

|]

|j

to

tion, contrivance, lie.

ij

BUMCTMBaTB, EWMCTaTb, BHMeXHyTB,

take out (the

to

BMMKHyxtift.
BMMBIJIHTB,

Bmmhc.i^b, BMMMCe.ii,

V. a.

trimming, edging; calculation.


sweepings, outcast.

||

BMMHJinBaXB,
ii

to sweep,
o\\t;\part. p.

BMMKHyxB,

asp. perf.
ear-rinij);\part. p.

break:

V.

a.

rub

chalk,

to

witli chalk;

BHM'lfe.ieHHHii.

\\2Mrt. p.

BHMijHiiBaHie,

s.

BBiMiHHBaxB,

BEiMtHHXB,

n.

exchanging.

II

\\

BHMeTHyXHfl.
BBiMein;ax&, bmjigcxhxb,

venge

one's

self;

out,

v. a.

to

avenge, re-

"Cth.tb ua epaiaxi coou

V.

a.

exchange,

truck, barter, give one thing in barter for another;


-HaxB n.inuKuxh, to exchange prisoners; '>\part. p.
BFJM'feHeHHBlft.
BiJM'feH'B, s. m. exchange, barter.

ooudu, he revenged himself for his injuries on his


BBiM-BpnBaHie, s. n. m^iasuring out.
enemies;
docady Ha komu, to vent one's despite
BBIMSpHBaXB, BBrMf,3>aTB, BbIM'hpHX&, V. ff.
upon one;lpart. p. BBiMeiu,eHHH&.
BBiMnHaxB, BHMHXB, V. a. to rumple, crush to measure out, measiire; _prt*^- P- BHSiipeHout (flax, hemp); to knead, work (clay); to UBltt.
BtiMBniHBaxB, BHM'fecHXB, V. a. to knead
trample down (grass);lpart. p. BMMflXBifi.
BfciMHpaTB, BHMepexB, V. n. to die (in great enough (pa.ste);'\p':irt. p. BbiMtaieHHUfi.
BMni-BiuHBaxB, BHM'femaxb, V. a. to mix, dilute;
numbers); to become extinct; gch ama depeeua
-Mep.ia, the inhabitants of this village have all
to stir or poke (the cods in the stooe);\part. p.
died; oecb smoim ptodh Mep^, all this family BBUM-femaHHEiii.
l-mmhiko, udder (of a
dim.
died out.
Bixtsia, s. n.
Bwainexaa, adj. f. with a large udder.
cow).
^
BtlMaXB (fut. BMMHV), See BHMHHaTb.
BwMor?iHie, - raxe.iBCXBO, s. n. extortion;
dbiinb npeOMemoM7, -raxejiBCXBaj to be the victim
BbiHauiHsaxB, bbihociitb, v. a. to wear out
of extortion.
(garments); to train (falcons); -ca, v. p. to be
BbiMoraxejB, s. m. -HHn,a, s. f extorter.
worn out; to be trained; i|pa/^ p. BMHOiueHHBitt.
BuMoraxB, bmmo'ib, v. a. to extort; to screw out.
BuHHSbiBaxB, BaHHsaxB, V. a. to trim or
BM.onna, s. f. gully, ravine.
embroider (with beads); to string (beads); I part. p.
BBiMOKaxB, BMMOKHvxB, V. . to get wet BBIHn3aHHBI&.
throngh; to be wetted, be drenched, be soaked;
BBiHnMaxB; BiJHyxB, V. a. to take out, up;
> HyxB U3h Kap.Hana, to take out of the pocket;
to be thoroughly soaked or steeped (in ivatcr).
- nyxB deoHHUH p)a.\iu, to take out the double
BiJMOK.iBift, adj. wet, soaked, drenched.
Oenhiii ua-b
BBiMo.ia'iHBaxB, BMMO.ioxHXB, V. a. to thrash windows; to draw out, off, extract:
out, beat out (corn);\}to gain by tlirashing: -ch, 6aHKa, to take out or draw out money from the
V.2)- to detach itself from the ear (of corn); to be bank; .y/tpe^irt, to draw lots; -HyxB Kapmii KO.My
thrashed out: part. p. BhTMOJOieHnBiS.
cdaoamb, to draw for tlie deal: -hvxb ny.iiu U3b
Bmmojbhxb, v. a. perf. to uttei', pronounce, noin, to extract a ball from the foot; to cut;
speak; /jro-^. p. BMSIOJIBJICHUBlft.
HyxB n2)oe.Mb oh cmibuib, to cut an opening in a.
Bf.iMo.iiixB, see BHMa;[HBaTi>.
wall: to seize; -nyxB Kopne.Mnoe ouno, to seize
Bbi.-iio.ioxua, s. /". thrashing out (corn); pi. prohiiiited brandy; -ca, v. p. to be taken out,
-KHj filth of the corn tlirashcd out.
be drawn out, etc.; I part p. BMHyxbifl.
BbiHociixB, BuiiocTH, V. rt. to carry out, off,
B'.fMo.ioxB, .see BuMajiuBaTi..
BuJio.i'B, s. m. the quantity of flour ground out. bring out, liear out, take out; to convey away;
BBiiiopa;i:iiRaxB; BiJMoposnxB, v. a. to freeze, u3h KOMuamu Mcoc.ib, to take the furniture out of
freeze out; to kill by cold or {vost;\\2)art. p. BU- the room, unfurnish a room; noKOimuKa, to bear
MOpo;EOUMIjii[.
out a body; y to endure, bear, sutler, undergo;
to suffer or bear hunger, thirst;
BhiMojmxB, see BuMapiiBaxb.
lo.xodt,, jica.iicdy,
Bf.iMopo.ioK'B, s. 7n. a frost-bitten plant; -skh^ dmoio KyxuuHbfi mou oice.iydoKo ne bmuochxt., that
mHJice.iun uenu2d. spirits of a frozen liquor.
dish does not agree with me;
BbtMopoquBiti; adj. law, - hoc uM/nie, an manin, to undergo severe trials; to bring back;
escheat, a vacant succession.
eocnoMiiuaiiie ii3h nymemecmeiH, to bring back
Bmmocxhxb, .see iiuMainnnaTi..
the remembrance of one's journey; to divulge;
-ca, v.p.r. to be borne
BMMoxaxB, .see l^UMaruBaTb.
oibcmii, to divulge news;
BBI.UOUUXB; see BuaaunBaxL.
out, etc.; to remove: do.Hh aatopibJicH, iiado -ciiXBCa,
|!

\\

\\

II

|[

\\

||

jj

\\

;j

II

iJ

!;

\\

|;

||

jj

||

i;

Ij

BHHO
the house has caught
p.

85
fire,

we must remove;

\\part.

BUHeceHHuit.

BMHOCEa^

BHHJI

(earth);

- ca,

v.

exhausted (of earth);

to be

r.

p. BBinaxaHHBiit.
BwnauKaxB, v. a. pcrf.
Ipart. p. Buna<iKaHHUti.

'iipart.

marginal note;

s.f.

|1

reference (of a

book).

BuHOCJiBBufi,

BhinaiUB,

tolerant, tolerable; endur-

adj.

to

an exhausted

s. f.

daub;

dirty, soil,

exhausted

field,

land.

ing,

BuHOCHUit,

out;
for hearing
adj. destined
noted in the margin, marginal.
BbiuocB; s. m. bearing out (of a body); funeral
procession; n npodanica nuineh pacnuoomio u na
sale of spirits and wine for consuming in the

divulged;

ii

ji

see

CTeHb-BHHTpenB.

BMHya:;i;aTii, BMHy;;nTB, v. a. to force, extort;


o5 - Hy;^Hji> MCHfi Kh ccopib, he forced me to
quarrel; oiih 6ti.i^ aK;i;eH'b K^ otm^bady, he was
obliged to set out; om, -Hy^^nai t/ Meiin coi.iacie,
he extorted my consent; h -nyj^HJi* 1/ ueio amo
npuanaitic, I drew or wrested from him this confession; \\part. p.
BBiHyxB, see

||

ij

before, outgo;

public-house or elsewhere.

BMHxpeu'b,

BBincKaxB, BBineMB, v. a. to bake enough (of


to bake a certain quantity of loaves; to
obtain by baking; -c, v. r. to be baked, be
baked Gno\\g\\\{^part. p. BhineieHUBiii.
BBinepeaEHBaxB, BH^epe;^^XB, v. a. to get
bread);

B&iHyas^^eHHuft.

|i

out

by

printing

||

BMHaHBveHUBifi.
BBina^axB, see BHnajiHBaTi..

\part. p.

i|

BBinnxBifi.
|i^?"^. p.

BunnsKa,
(a child);

s.

drinking-bout, spree.

f.

BBinHJHBaxB, BBiunjiBXB,

V. a. to saw, saw
gain by sawing or filing;
-ca, v.p.r. to be sawn, be filed; to wear out by
sawing or filing; part. p. BbiBBjeHHEiit.

to

out;

file

out;

to

II

Bune^a-

part. p.

do

<\

pcrf. to nurse

||

v. a. to drink, empty (a
dua, to drink out all: -nuxB 3a.ino.'i>h,
to drink at one draught; -nnxB namny uaw, to
take a cup of tea; o>a nopHdoHiio bbiuh.i'B, he
has had a drop too much; nuueto ne BhinHBUin,
with dry lips; v. n. to get tipsy; -ca, v. p. to
be drunk out; -ca u3h y.ua. to lose one's senses

glass);

xaHHBiii.
V. a.

types);

(of

to print,
to wear

|i

XaHHUtt.
BBinuBaxB, bbibrxb,

BHiiHMaTb.
BEJHwpiiBaTB, BBiHupHyxb, V. n. to dive out,
rise out upon the surface of the water.
BBiHK)xiiBaTB, BMHioxaxB, V. a. to snuff about;
to snuff out, use all (tobacco); part. p. bmhio- by drinking;

BwHaHBiHTB,

BunepeaceuHBitt.

j)art. p.

ItunecTpnxb; see ITecTpHTB.


BBine^axBiBaxB, BuineiaxaxB, v. a.
-ca, v. p. r. to be printed;
print off;

II

eo.ioch, depilaBBina;i,eHie, s. n. falling out;


aijboeh, fall
tion, fall of the hair; med. fox-evil;
of the teeth; .\iamKU, med. descent of the matrix.
BBina;i,i>; s. m. BBina;];Ea, s. f. falling out,

fall.

BBjna;i;BiBaTB, Bina;i;aTB, BtinacTB, v. a. to


fall out, drop out; to escape; y ueuH -naJii kolueACKo, I dropped my purse or I let my purse
fall, my purse fell; y neio - najH ecn 3i/6u, he

|i

BBinapaxB, BUBepexB,

thrust

to

v. a.

out,

push out; pari. p. BwaepxBitt.


BuBBCKa, s. f. extract, summary.
;|

BHBBCHon, adj. written or copied from; brought


or ordered from elsewhere.
BMBECaxB,

to extract; n
extracted some
lasemy, to order a
has lost all his teeth; -najo Mrwio cnmy, much newspaper; ouh -ctiBaexi. vioeapu lOo sa ipaHuuii,
snow has follen; dmo - najio y MeuH u3o pyKo, he has his goods from abroad; to exclude, expel;
that escaped, slipped from my hand; to perish, eio -ca.iB H3o no.iKtt, he was excluded from the
die; eecb ckoiho - naaos^ all the cattle died, per- regiment; -ca, v. p. r. to be extracted, be written
to
- ;^aTB na do.im, to fall to, fall to the lot
for, be ordered; to be struck out of the list;
ished;
one's literary talent: pari. p. bubbof; to concern; 9ma paOoma -naaa na mom do.im, exhaust
caHBBiii.
this work fell to my lot, to me, on me.
BbiBBCB, S.f. extract, copy; see BunHCKa.
BBina^iiBaxB; BBinasiiXB, v. a. to groove;
BBinuxBBaxB, BBiBBXByxB, 0. a. to push out,
\\part. p. BBinaa:eHHBitt.
BBinai^BaxB, BBinonxB, v. a. to spend in mak- shove out; pari. p. BhiBBXByxMfif.
BbinaaBKa, s. f. smelting, founding.
ing a person drink; to feed with mi\k;\\part. x).
BBiBaaBJiBBaxB, Biiin.iaBHXb, v. a. to melt,
BIJnOCHHBlK.
BBina.i3BiBaxB, BBinojisaxB, BBinoJSxn, v. n. smelt; to obtain by smelting; pari. p. BBiBJiaBJieBBBlit.
to crawl forth, out; to creep out.
BuBJiaBHofi, adj. smelted, obtained by smeltBBinajHBaxB, BBina.inxB; v. a. to singe,

BBiBiiCBiBaxB,

-caJiTt nibCKO.ihKO emuxoeo,


verses; to write for, order;

V. a.

;i

||

,,

il

||

||

||

to fire off, shoot off, discharge (a ing. ^


BBiBJaBOKi,
cannon); part. p. BunaJieHHBijg.
button, regulus;
BBinaJiBiBaHie, s. n. weeding, sarculation.
BsJUJaKaxB,
BBinajiBiBaxB, bbibojioxB; v. a. to weed, weed

scorch, parch;

ij

- KaxB

part. p. B&inoJioxBift.
BBinapHBaHiC; s. n. evaporation.

out;

i.iasa,

;|

na
v.

of smelted ore;

m. met. piece

s.

\\

dcpeatb,

a. to

to cry

knob of wood.

obtain by crying, weeping;

ones eyes

out;

\\

BBinapBBaxB, BkinapnxB,
chem. to
birch-branches
pots) in a hot
napeHHBifi.
BKinapHBiff;
out;

II

lope

to steam,

evaporate; to
to put (earthen
in a hot bath;
oven to clean them;lpart. p. Bi.i-

s.

n.

grief;

out; [part.

cry

BtiBaaxa,

p.

paying

s. f.

out, discharging.

IJBiBaa'iHBaxB, BhinJiaxnxB,

out.

to

v. a.

pay

out,

dn.iv., to pay off


up; to discharge by degrees;
one's debt; to patcli, mend; -ca, v. r. to be paid
out, off; pari. p. BuB.iaieBUBift.
^
\\

[i

ij

BBinapBiBaxB; BhinopoxB,
unsew;

||

gut (a7i

to

animal);

a.

v.
\\

to

rip

to

whip,

out,

thrash;

BBinacaxB; BwnacxH, v. a.
uring; ||j3'*. i^. BunaceHHBitt.
BfainacxB, sec Buu&ji.uua.'T

BBinaxHBaxB, BBinaxaxB,
by

ploughing;

||

to

BBIBJeBBIBaXB,
V. a.

to spit out;

BBIBaeBaXB,

BhlBaWHTTB,

pari. p. BBiBJiiouyxuft.

BBiBjecBBBaxB, BMB.iecKaxB, Bi.iBaecayxB,

part. p. BHnopoxBifl.

earn

BBiBjaqBBanio,

one's

||

adj. serving for evaporating.


BBrnapxHBaxB, BwnopxHyxB, v. n. to flutter

have

li

-KaxB

iie

away

not drive

will

c.te3axo, tears

- ca, V. r. to
steam
rub with soap and BUBJiaKaBBBiii.

v. a.

j]

07,

to earn

l)y

past-

h.

v.

to splash out, spill or shed in splashing; to


spread in splashing; -ca, v. r.p. to splash out, be
splashed out; pari. p. BiJaaccByxBift.
V. a.

a. to

exhaust

by

plough;

to

BuHJiexaxB, Bijujecxb,

v.

a.

i|

ploughing unplait;

jl

to

plait,

braid;

to

earn

to

by

plait out,
plaiting;

BHHJI
-CH, v.p.r.

ji

crawl

or

to go out, creep
oue's self; part. p.

be unplaited;

to

extricate

to

out;

86

|i

IJ

BHnjiexeHHMft.

B&iny

Bbinpi^BaxB, BBinpi^xB, v. n. to boil enough;


to boil away; to sweat out, perspire.
Bbrnp-fejiBift, adj. boiled enough; evaporated,
used in boiling.
|j

||

BunjiMBaTB, BMnjHTb, V. n. to swim


fig. to come up on the surface.
BMnJiiOHyTb, see BunjieBUBaTt.

out;

BfiinpariixB, Bsinpaib, v. a. to unharness,


unyoke; - ca, v. r. p. to get or be unharnessed,
unyoked; \\part. p. Bbinpaa:eHHBiii.
jj

B&iajiacaTb, v. a. to dauce
(with gesticulations);\\to obtain by dancing; ^Ja/"^
p. BbinjHcaHH&ii't.

BBiujiHCUBaxB,

Bbinpa^^BiBaxb, Bbinpa;i;sixB, BbrnpacxB,

j|

BunoHXB; see BmiaiiBaTt.


BunoJiacKnBaxB, Bwuo.iocKaxb, v. a.
- JOCKaxb pomh, to rinse one's
out;
Ipart. p. BunciocKaHHSiji.
BbinoJSiixb, see Buna-isHBaTt.

v. a.

to spin out (a certain quantiti/ of thread); to earn


by spinning; -ca, v. j)- to be spim;\\part. p.
|i

]1

to rinse

Bbinpa;i,eHHBi:K.

BBinpa:KKa,

mouth;

s.f.

-nparanie,

s.n. unharness-

ing, unyoking.

BbinpaMJiHBaxB, BbinpaMJiaxb, BijnpaMHXb,


BMno.iH])OBaTb, v. a. perf. to polish up; Jl^Jari. V. a. to straighten, make straight; - ca, v. r. to
stand up straight, sit upright; 'Impart, j). Bbinpap. B&rno-inpoBaHHHii.
BbinojHeHie, s. n. execution, fulfillment, per- SIJieHHBltt.
BbinpacxB, see BHnpaAHBaTb.
formance.
BBinyriiBaTb, Bbrnyrnyxb, v. a. to frighten
BHnoJiHaxb, BTjno.iHHXB, V. a. to execute,
put in execution, fulfill, perform, effect; a -Hii.i'b out, scare out; pari. p. BunyrHyxbift.
BbinyKJiHHa, s. f. prominence, boss.
npiiKaaaniH, I executed the orders; om - hhji'b
BbinyKJO-BorHyxBitt, adj. convexo-concave.
ceou o6)bn(,aHi/i, he has fulfilled his promises;
- HHXb ceoii ^0M^, to fulfill one's duty; -. ca,
BhjnyK.iocxb, s. f. convexity; protuberance;
|]

jj

be fulfilled, be e-s.eci\ted;l part. p. bhnoJiHeHHHfi.


BBino.ibaoBaTb, v. a. perf. to cure, restore
- c.i, v. r. to recover; to be cured;
health to;
part. p. B5JnoJib30BaHHbiii.

V.

to

p.

||

Ji

BMnopoKHHXb,

BuuopaxHHBaxb;

empty; - ca, v. p. to be emptied;


nopo^KHeHHBiit.

BbinopoxB,

to

see

jj

||

carriage; drilling;
co.idamo, the mien, appearance of soldiers; ooeHuaH
military drilling.
Br.inpaBJiaxB, BbinpaBnxB, v. a. to set riglit;
,

level, make straight, even; to stretch out (a


material);
opumeu, to set razors; I to correct,
repair, mend; to procure, obtain; to have (a thing)
delivered;
ce6>b ondh, to get or obtain one's passport; to discipline, drill (soldiers); to give a good
appearance; to set again in the right way; -ca,
V. r. p. to improve; to be corrected, be set right,
be disciplined; par^. p. BunpaBJieHHBiit.
BbinpaBOiiaBitt, adj. for correction, proof.
to

j|

ij

'\

||

ij

BunpacxriiBaxB, BiJupocxaxB,
r,

- ca,

V.

to

p.

be

to empty:

v. a.

Bijnpo-

emptied; j>ar^. p.
11

CXaHHBlft.
s.

n.

obtaining

by

v. a.

to let go, let


na deoph,

set {vee;co(jaKi/

oody, to let out the water;


m.iio3Haio aKCJioGa, to dam off;
KOimu, to put out the claws; pynaeh yaoia, uado
BBinycxHXB, the sleeve is too narrow, it must be
let out;
Kposb, to bleed, to draw blood;
vmo u3o
pyKh, to let a thing go from one's hands; to let
fall,
drop, to let a thing slip;
nmiiny, to let a
bird loose;
uar,
nod;,
apecmn, to release, to
discharge from arrest;
ttai, mmpbMu, U3b n.inna,
to release, set free, liberate a prisoner, a captive;
law, to enlarge a prisoner; a dmo - cthji^b ust,

begging;

entreaties, begging.

u37, oiidy, that has escaped my memory,


observation; H
es orpunepu, to promote to the
rank of officer; MHonixb - cxH.in ob offiaii/epii,
many left school with the rank of officer; to leave
out, omit (a loord in a speech);
Knxiy, to pul)lish
a book; - ca, v. 2). to be let out, be released, be
omitted; U3b dmoh xaKO.iu - Kaioxca miiKepaMU,
they finish at tliis school with the rank of under-

naMHma,

my

jj

||

ii

officers; |||3art. p.

BraaycKHoii,

BianymeHHHli.

adj. for letting out;

yncioiKh, the

of the highest class, ready to leave the


9K3aMeii7, the last examination before
school;
leaving school; - iiaa Hituniina, poached eggs,
eggs fried in butter; -aaa 7j;//6'a, waste-pipe,

scholar

BHnpiiumniVHie,
ji

BbinycKaxb, Bbinycxiixb,

-CXHXB eody u3o

BrJnoxpouiHXB, see IIoTporaHTfc.


BiJnoxtxB, see IIoTiTi..
BjjnpaBKa, s.f. correction; rectification; information, inquiry; cdnjiamh -Ky no drhAy, to make
an inquiry about a deed; appearance, mien, port,

II

out; to set at liberty,


to let the dog out;

BHiiapxnBaTt.

BbinyK.iBift, adj. convex, convexed;


protuberant; prominent;d(?o.'?KO, convexo-convex; -Jio,
adv. in relief, prominently, convexedly.
BBrnycKJiHle, s. n. letting out; -aapoBt, eduction, exhaustion (of steam); see BHnycKi.

bm-

BunapuBaTb.

see

BMnopxayxB,

a.

V.

H^jar^. p.

i|

prominence; salience.

||

BuupaiUHBaxB, nunpociixB,
by

begging; to entreat;

||

- ca,

v.

obtain
to ask leave

v. a.
r.

to

to go out; 0117, - cii.ica 07> cnda,, 07, liepKooh, he


ohtaiiind pcirmission to go into the garden, to
/jari. p. KsmpoiucHHMft.
BFiinp(Miii;i:anaTB, i{MirpoBO,'i;uxb, y. . to draw
out; to dispatch, send away; to convey away;
to see away, off, out;
na dopoiy, to set in the
right way; - ca, v. p. to be drawn out, be
dispatched, be sent away;||^arf. j>. BijapoBOHEcu-

church;

,)

HBIJt.

{]

waste-tube; - Hua uyK.m, puppets, Punch and


Judy; -iiaa nyK.ia, fig. an affected person.
BfjnycK'B, s. m. outlet, letting out; emission; ob

smoMb

yHu.tiiuitb f>ydeih 6o.ibiuoh

this

jj

||

1|

Bu iipaiimiiaTt.
BunpocxaxB, see Bu iipacTuuaTt.

BiJnpocHXb,

see

|[

BbinpurHBauic, s. w. jumping out, skipping out.


BrjnpMniBaxb, BuiiuBiriiyxB, v.n. to jump
out, skip out;

to earn by

jumping.
HijiipijcKiinaxb, HMiipBicuaTb, BijnpMcnyxb,
ji

ob nuHibitiHe.stb

year a great number of scholars will


leave this school;; issue (of paper-moyiey );'^om\ss\on
part,
number; usdaaanib Kiiuiy
(of a word);
- CRa.>iii, to publish a book in parts; Kuma tna
neuainaemcH - CKaiuii, this work is published in
numbers; edging, braid (of a goion); art. projection;
-ciiii, pi. extremities (of a beam).
BiJuyTBiBaxB, BilmyxaxB, v. a. to unravel,
disentangle; fig. to disengage, extricate;
- ca,
V. r. to extricate on(;'s self, to get out of, to clear
one's self (of an affair); oiib BhinyxaJica nneub
AooKo, he carried it nil cleverly; [prt;-^ p. Bunytody,

to sprinkle out; to use in sprinkling;


-ca,
V. p.
to be^ sprinkled,
l)c
used by sprinkling;
\\part. p. BMiipBicKaHiiurt.
V. a.

|j

xaiiiiBiii.

BrjayniiBaxB, Btlinyqaxb, v. a. to protrude,


i.iasa, to open the eyes wide;

make convex;

BBiny
opwxo, to extend the

belly;'ljpari. p.

0'

Bunyqen-

BbipyCaxb, BupyCnxb,

Hltt.

out;

BbinyiURa,

s. f.

BEinymenie,

s.

edging, braid.
n.

letting

out,

letting

loose;

BEICA
ij

releasing (from prison); law, enlargement (of a


prisoner); gram, elision (of a letter); ellipsis ((jf
a word).
BunuTEaBOTB; BhinuTiiTb, V. a. to sound,
question; \ to extort by torture; ij^ar?. p. bijiili-

out;

TailHUli.

to rescue;

bittern,

bumble,

bittour,

||

hew

to

v. a.

oiom, ^

II

to

out, cut

strike

fire

notch.

BupyGi,, s. m. cut, notch.


JJhipyraxb, v.a.perf. to abuse,
BupyranHbift.
Bupyqaxb, BJjpyinxb, v. a. to

\\

bird,

fell;

(with steel and flint); jnirt. p. BijpyOaeHHHft.


BijpyOKa, s. f. chopping out, hewing out, cutting

;,

Bunb,

down,

cut

to

nsh n.Dbiia,

to deliver

part. p.

^colii;

deliver, release;

a captive;

u3j>

take

out of pledge, out of pawn, to


butter-bump.
redeem a pledge; koio u3h Ctbdu, to rescue a
BunfeBaxb^ Bhin-fexr., v. a. to sing; to express person from danger, to get him out of a scrape;
bv singing; to gain by singing; to reproach;
to gain, receive profit; to earn; om, -laexi
pitrt. p. BriintTufl.
.MHOio cb ceoeio iiMibiuH, he receives a great deal
BhinfeCTOBaxB, see Ban^Ht^HTb.
from his estate; Bijpyiy omh smo'd npodamK,
B&rna.iHBaTb, BMnjiaiiTb, v. a. to take out of cmo.ibKO-mo nucmaio 6apuiun, I shall net so much
?.i3a, see BHnyiHBaTt;
- CH, by the sale; -ca, v. r. p. to free one's self, deliver
tlie frame;
V. p. to
be taken out of the frame; part. i). one's self; to be delivered, be received, be redeemed,
BhinfljeHHEiii.
etc.; part. p. BMpyieHHbiit.
BHnainBaTb, BunaTHTb, v. a. to protrude,
Bbipyqeaie, s. n. delivering; receiving, gaining.
put forth: -ca, v. p. r. to be put forth; to project;
Bbipy^Ka, s. f. delivery, relief; receipt, gain;
S part. p.
BfjnaqpHHHft.
counter (in the shop); bar.
BhipaOoTKa, s. f. a finished work; working
BupbiBiiHie, s. n. digging out (earth); drawing
out; improving of a work by successive operations. out (teeth);
C5 nopne.snj, unrooting.
BHpa6oTHBaTb, BbrpaOaTUBaxb, Bhipa6oBupuBaxb, Bhipuxb, V. a. to dig out, up
TaTb, V. a. to work out; to finish, perfect, improve (earth); .nepmeoe niib.io, to exhume a dead body;
by successive operations; to earn by working; Co KopneMi depeao, to unroot or uproot a tree;
" -ca,
to be worked out, be finished; to
V. p. r.
-ca, V. p. to be digged out, be exhumed; I part. p.
improve; ^ar^. p. BbipaCoTaHHtitt.
BKipblXblfi.
BbipaBHUBaxb, BupoBaaTb, v. a. to even,
BupHBaxb, BixtpBaxb, c. a. to draw out; to
equalize; to make even or level (aroad);\mil. to pull ont; 3)/67,, to draw out a tooth; .wk;* nyjicHO
set in a line, lay out by a line, draw up in a line B!jpBaxb dmomh 3i/6b, I must have this tooth
(soldiers);
na t.iaah, to set by the eye;
nodi out; nmo U3h pt/Kb, to pull a thing out of one's
mnyp^, to set by the line; nodh eamepnach, to hands; K.^o^vS eo.toch, to pull out a tuft of hair;
-ca, v. r. to get or become even; -to get ch Kopne.Hh depeoo, to unroot or uproot a tree:
level;
into line (of soldiers); d to improve in looks.
BbipBaxb, V. imp. to vomit; eio -pBaao sKejiubJO,
Bbipaazaxb, BupasuTb, v. a. to express; to he brought up or vomited bile; -ca, v. r. to escape,
declare; to pronounce;
ceoto mucu, ceoe nyecnieo, get away; to burst from, away, out; to break
to express one's idea, feeling; smo do.iMHo 6umb forth; to sally forth; -ca U3b pi/Kb, to escape
Bhipaaieeo gt, KOHmpaniwb, it must be mentioned out of the hands; BbrpBaxbca ii3b new, to break
in the contract; -ca, v. r.p. to express one's self, out; dmo CAoeo BbipBa.iocb ?/ .\(eJi Heoo.ibiio, that's
be expressed; i,/)ri. p. BupaaKeHHbitt.
a slip of my tongue; ^ar('. p. BijpBauHbiit.
Bbipa^;i;aTbca, see BapoatjaTtca.
BbiptsKa, s. f. cut; j pattern; round of beef.
BupaaseHie, s. n. expression, elocution, locution;
Bbipi&SHoft, adj. cut out; -aaa pnooma, cutterm; saying; cnocodr, - nia, elocution; neceou- work; for cutting out.
cineeHHoe
Bbip'i^soKXt, s. m. geom. sector.
an improper term; momwcmb -Hiit,
the precision of the terms; expression (of the
Bbipi&s'b, s. m. cut; Kynumi ap6ij3b iia, to
buy a water-melon on trial.
face).
BupaauxeabHOCTb, s. f. expressiveness; energy.
BupESHBanie, s. n. cutting out; surg. excision.
BHpasHxe.ibHbiH, adj. expressive; energetic;
BbipisMBaxb, Bijp'fesaxb, v. a. to cut out, cut
-HO, adv. ly; cally.
up: .M030.16, onyxo.ih, to extract a corn, extirpate
BfiipaavMlixb, see ypasyMirb.
a tumour; (pecmonu, 3y6nu, to scallop; to slay;
Bbrpacxaaie, s. n. growing, growing up, out.
Henpinme.ib -aa.!!. eobXb Mume.ieh lopoda, the
Bwpacxaxb, BupacxH, see Bapocxarb, bh- enemy slew all the inhabitants of the town; to
pOCTH.
engrave, carve; j comu lOb y.ibeah, to deprive
Bupamfixb, BMpocxnxb, v. a. to rear, bring hives of a portion of comb; -ca, v. p. to be cut,
up (animals); to raise (plants); I "dUf v. p. to be be extirpated, be carved, be engraved; ;|^rtri. ^.
s. f.

.1

[]

||

j]

to

aajioia,

II

j]

,1

Ij

\\

||

il

ji

I'i

li

iJ

II

i|

ji

|!

;{

ij

i;

|:

brought

n\}\\\pnrt. p.

Bijpom,euiarKiii.
SCe

BHpiICOBHBaXb, BMpHCOBaXb,
BF'.ipo,T;oK'b, s.

7)1.

Bhip'iiSaHHLJll.

a degenerate animal, hybrid;

-;i(0<iHuft, adj.

BEipo2K;i;aeMocxb,

s.f.

degenerateness, degenera-

tion, degeneracy.

Bhrpa;i;uxB,

v.

a.

to

-ca, v.p.r.

'i

jj

to

let

fall;

to

up.
to grow up: to
advance in growtli; om> ohchh BMp()Ci>, he is much
grown; -xii ust, n.iambH, to outgrow clothing.
BbipocxoK/L, s. m. a dressed calf leather;
-ocxKOBbiii, adj. made of calf leather.

dress

to be dressed: to dress or
one's self up, out; [ijjar^^. BiapaxeuHFJit.

out;

trick

II

BMca;^Ka, s. /'. transplanting, transplantation


(of a plant);\\sk\\i{\\\^, diseml)arkment: ^^((7. descent.
BHca,^Hoft, Buca;^HHfl, adj. for oc of landing;
transplanted.
' B^aca;^OKX., s.m.
a transplanted plant.
BiJCiisBiiBaxb, BiJCa;^HXb, v. a. to transplant
to hand
(vegetables); to set down;
U37i i:apemu,
><a 6cpeib, to set ashore, put
out of a carriage;
ashore, to land;
oohcko, to disembark troops; |,^'>/>.
to beat out; om, e.vy BhIca;^H.n i.iasb, he put his
eye out; -Ca, v. r. p. to land; to be set out, be
transplanted, be landed; ,pnrt. p. BbicaxeuHbitt.
BucacHBaHic, s. n. sucking out.
,

BEipo;R;];axbca, Bwpojunxbca, v. n. to degenerate; to debase,become impure.


BHpoa;^eHie, s. n. degeneration; debasement.

BbipoHaxb, BbipoHuxb, V. a.
lose; \part. p. BhipoHcaHHtt.
B^pociMit, adj. grown, grown
Bbipocxaxb, Bijpocxn, v. n.

BupaKaxb,

PnCOBaTb.

iJ

BHCO

BHCA
BfiicaCMBaTB, BHCOcaTB,
out by sucking;

fig. to

fi

suck out, get by one's service; to advance in the service; to


gain one's favour by flattery; to wheedle; |)ar*. p.
off: to extort
-Cfl, v. p. to be sucked BHCJiya:eHHBiii.

draw

to

V. a.

|i

off,

rack

||

(money from a person);


out, be drawn out hj &nckmg:\\ part.
CaHHUfi.
BHCBaTEiBaxb, BMCBaTaxB, V. a.
jj

BticayiUHBaHie, BucaymaHie, s. n. hearing;


no Bbicjynianin ceudume.ieh, after the

bhco-

p.

listening;

to seek in
marriage; to promise in marriage; to match, make
up a match; -ca, v. p. to be sought in marriage;

hearing of witnesses;

v. a.
to hear,
to auscultate; '(,part. p. BucjiyniaHHbid.
BbiCJi-BSHBaxb, BMC.i'fe;i;HXb, v. a. to search

listen;

II

|i

Impart, p.

BMCBaxaHHBift.

BMCBepjHBaTL, BHCBep.iHTb,
-CH,

out, bore;

v.

II

V.

to

a.

drill

auscultation.

||

BBiciymnBaxb, BMCJiymaxB,

the traces; to find the path, traces;

par^.j^. Bbi-

||

p. to be drilled out, be bored;

BMCBepaeHHHfi.
BHCBHCTEJBaTB, BMCBHCTaTB,

BbicjiutHHBaxB, Bbicj[ioHUXB,

\part, p.

V. a.

tO whistle

V. a.

to beslaver;

'^part. p. Bbic.iioHeHHBifi.

BHCBHCTan-

BbiCMHjiHBaxB, BUCMO.iiiXB, V. a. to pitch,


pari. p. BbiCMCienHbin.
BblCBiapEBBaXb, BWCSIOpKaXb, BMCMOpKHyXb,
BIJCBo6oa:;^aTb, bhcbo(5oji;htb, v. a. to set
H0C7>, to blow the nose;
-ca, v. r. to blow
free, deliver; to disentangle; -ca, v.r.p. to get V. a.
free, free one's self; to be set free, be disentangled; one's nose;\\part. p. BbiCMopEaHHbiii.
out; to
HLlft.
II

earn by whistling;

jl^jari.

p-

tar:

li

ji

|i

p. BHCBo6o3:;i;eHHBifi.
BHCBO()oac;i;eHie, s. n. setting free, deliverance;
getting rid of.
BHCBopHBaTB, BwCBopHTB, V. a. to train to
the leash; -ca, v. r. to get accustomed to the
ll^rtT^.

jj

leash;

BMCBopeHHBitt.

p.

ii^ar/i.

jj

BucBopKa,
f. training to the leash.
BHCB-BTJHBaxBj BMCB-fexjinxb, V. a. to brighten,
.;.

^r/r<.

polish;

^J.

II

BbiceJiOE'B;

s.

BMCBi&XJieHHBlft.
m. settlement, dwelling (of colo-

nists).

BticejiaxB, bhccjihxb, v. a. to transplant


(peasants); to settle; -ca, v. r. p. to change abode;
to be transplanted, be settled; \\part. p. BMceJieHi|

HBlft.

BMCepe6pnxB, CepeSpHTi,.
BbiCH;i;Ka,

by

distilling:

s.
|)

a quantity of liquor obtained

f.

flight (of pigeons).

BBiciiZECnBaHie, s. n. remaining at
time; brooding, hatching (of birds).

home

for a

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BBicu3BnBaxB;

Bhrcn;i;'fexB,

v.

n. to

remain at
be under

nodh apecmoMo, to
for a time:
to distill or draw out by distillation;
oodxy, to distill brandy;
deiomh, to make tar;
to brood, hatch (of birds); -ca, v. p. r. to be
distilled; to grow lean by sitting; to be hatched;

home

arrest;

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Ipavt. p. BMcnaKeHHHifi.

BwciinnBaxB, BwcnHHXB,

Bmchxb,

v.

see

Chhhtb.

a. si. to raise, elevate;

||

-ca,

r.

IJBiCKa0.iHBaxB, BbiCKoO.iHXB, V. a. to plane,


shave off, scrape out; to scratch out, erase (a
writing); -ca, v. p. to be scraped out, be scratched
out, be erased; jjari. p. BWCKoOjeaHMH.
BHCKasuBaxB, BHCKasaxB, v. a. to speak out;
||

i'

II

give

-ca,

v.

r.

to

II

one's

opinion;

to

jj

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jj

v.

to strut, be proud.

to emit;

BbiCMaxpHBaxb, BMCMOxptxB, V. a. to look


out for; to observe, discover; to scout; to watch;
Wpart. p. BbiOioxp'i&HHbiii.
BbicoBbiBaxB, BHcyHYXB, V. a. to shove out,
thrust out; to poke out; to.iooy e^ okho, to put
or to poke one's head out of the window; -ca,
V. r. to thrust one's self out; -ca es okho, to lean
out of the window; to jut out, stand out, project;
Ipart. p. BbrcTHyxbift.
BbiooEitt; adj. (dim. -KOHBKift, comp. Bhicinitt,
superl. BBicoiaMiuifi), high, tall; great, eminent;
superior; 6umh -Karo pocnta, to be of a tall,
ao6t>, a large forehead;
lofty stature;
6aAdaxiim,
a lofty canopy; Bbicmaa aOMunucmpania, the
chief administration; BMCaiie n.iaccu oCmecmea,
the upper classes of society; - Koe yuaMenie,
great consideration; Bticmia coo6pa..7iceHiji, lofty,
highest considerations; CJl,o^^, lofty, grave, sublime
style;
-Koe dag.ienie, high pressure; -Kia donoom, eminent
cmoitHcmaa, eminent qiialities;
a high or eminent degree,
post; 80 -Koii cmeneuu,
eminently; BHCOiafiinaa Mujiocnih, the highest
favour of the monarch; Bucmee Hana-ibcmeo, bucmie HUHUf the superior authorities, ranks; 60
epeMH -Koft eodu, at full sea; astr. Bucinaa
moHKa, culminating point; fig. docmutnye'b bmclueft moHKit caoeio oeAunin, having arrived at the
pinnacle of greatness; -eeh Hopma, the Sublime

show one's intentions;


come out with; ^ar*.
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to

Porte.

BbicoEO, BbicoEO, adv. (dim. -euhbeo, comp.


Bbrco^afime), highly, high; much,
too much; eminently.
BbicoKo6.iarop6;^ie, s. n. Most Honourable
your Honour, your Wor(honourary title); Baiue
ship; Right Honourable Sir; -rop6;i;Hbi]fi, adj.
(title) Most Honourable; thrice noble.
B'bim.e, superl.

ij

'BhicoRo6o\^TiiXAi'i,adj.Kopa6.ii>,a. high-boarded

p.

BBICEaSaHHLlff.

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II

ship.

BrJCKJlKHBaXB, BlJCKO'IHXb, BUCKaKIiyXB,


jj

jj

BiacoEo;i;epa;aBiiwft, adj. most potent.

V.n.

to leap out, spring out, skip out; to run out, come


ei, huiu,
out; to fall out, slip out, get loose;
to rise unexpectedly to a rank or dignity; n to gain
by running (of horses).
BBICBiUBSUBaXB, BTJCKOJBSHyXB, V. n. tO

slide out, slip out.


BiJCKonKa,.s.c. a pert fellow; upstart, a new man.
BMCKpoOaxB, BwcKpecxB, V. a. to scrape out;
to curry out (horses); -ca, v. r. p. to come out by
scraping: to be scraped' j^ar/'. p. BiJCKpcOeuHrJftt.
ij

Bwc.iJiB.iHBaxB, Bhfc.iaBHXB, V. a. to gain by


caroling or singing Christmas - carols; _pari. j^-

BfJCOEOMommjIi,

adj. lligli

BTjcoKOM),npio,

n.

s.

BbicoEOHyAPWi&j

and Mighty.
wisdom, sageness.

f?7-

wise, sage (used only

on

solemn occasions).

BwcoEOMiipie,
ness, presumption;

s.

n.

-M-hpnocxB,

s. f.

haughti-

arrogance.

BbicoKOMnpHniaxB, v. n. to be haughty, be
presumptuous, be self-conceited.
BucoKoMiipHbitt, adj. haughty, presumptuous;
II

-no, ar/v. tily, ly.


Bbicokohbeo, see Bucoko.

BucoKonapnocxB,

s. f.

BrjcoRonapHBift,

adj.

bombast.
stiff,
high - soaring;
bombastic, emphatical; magniloquent (discourse),
BiJcaaxB, see Bucujaxb.
tically;
- ho, adv.
ly,
Biiicayra, s. f. service; term fixed for service. higli-flown (style);
BHCiyjKnBaxB, bwcjivxiixb, v'. a. to serve wonpumb -HO, to speak with emphasis, pompously;
out a certain space of time; to obtain or gain nucumh -HO, to write bombast, bombastically,
by one's service; to deserve; H -ca, v. r. to obtain pompously.
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BiJC.ia.ienHi>iii.

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_^

^'J

BLICO
- no^Tenie,

BticoKonoiHTaHie,

hibited;

BHCOKonpeBOCxo;i;iiTeai.CTBO, s. . Excellency,
Your Excellency;
Noble Excellency: Bauie
-^^HTedBHElfi, adj.
n.
BBicoKonpcoCBflmeHCTBO,
s.
Eminence;
-mcHHHft, adj. Most Eminent.
BMCouoiipeno;i;oOie,
n. Reverence; -npeno;^oOHHtt, adj. Right Reverend.
BucoKop6,i,ie, 5. n. Right Honourable; -po;^-

BucxaBHoM,
-BHOP

great

n.

s.

respect, high consideration, veneration.


BEicoKOiioiTeHH&ifl, adj. highly respected.

BHC

89

II

that

iidj.

may be

set

out;

j|

ex-

show-window (in a shop).

OKHO,

BbicxaiiBaxb, BwcxoaxB, v. n. to stand out


(a certain time); n v. a. to obtain by standing; -oa,
V. r. to stand out (a certain time); to lose strength,
colour, flavour; to get vapid, flat of wine); j to fade
(of coloi<rs);'l^to grow dry (of a house); i\to take
breath (of a horse).
;

II

BbicxaHaB.iuBaxb, BiJCxaHOBHXb, v. a. to set


j)ar#, p. BMCxaaoBjeHHbifi.
BbicxeruBaxb, BMCxeraxb, v. a. to quilt, stitch;

.s-.

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out, expose, exhibit:

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jl

Ipart. p. BiJCxeraHHbift.

HBlti; adj.

BHCxerHBaxb, Biacxernyxb, v. a. to lash out,


BucoKopocjLitt, adj. of tall or great stature.
whip out (an eye); n to unbutton, unlash, take out;
BucoKop'feiHBOCTb, s. f. homhast, floridness.
Wpart. p. BHCxerayxbift.
BKTCOKop'fe'auBHtt, adj. bombastic, florid.
Bbicxaraxb, bmcxh'ib, v. a. to outrun, outstrip.
BBicoKOCTeneHCTBO, s. n. High Dignity; -CTeBK[CXH.iaxb, BMCX.iaxb, v. a. to floor, pave,
neHHUit; adj.^
BiiicOKO0TB6.itHHtt, adj. of high stem; MbCn, garnish; -ca, v. p. to be floored, be paved, etc.;
forest of full grown trees; -uoe dejieoo, forest-tree. \\2>art. p. BMCXJiaHHHii.
BiJCXHJiKa, s. f. pavement, flooring.
Bhcokoctb, s. f. highness, height; grandeur,
BbicxHaoiHHft, adj. paving, for paving.
elevation.
BHcxapUBaxb, Bhicxapaxb, v. a. to wash, wash
BfcicoKOTopasecTBeHHHifi, adj. very solemn.
BHCOKOj'Mie, s. n. self-conceit, haughtiness, out;iij9r^ p. BMCxnpaHHHft.
- KOVMHtiii, adj. high - minded,
BwciOHKa, s. f. resistance.
presumption;
BMCXoaabiii, adj. vapid, flat, evaporate.
haughty, presumptous; -ho, adv. presumptously.
ButcxparnBaxb, Bucxporaxb, v. a. to plane,
BHCOJa^KHBtiTb, BHCo Jo;i;nTb, V. a. to convert
plane OMi^lpart. p. BUCxporaHHbift.
or change into mA\t]\j)art. p. BMCOJOx:eHHKifi.
salt
BrJCxpaHBaxb, Bwcxpoaxb, v. a. to build out;
a.
to
BBicojiHBaxBj BMCoaHTB,
V.
to erect, set up; ^ to range, draw up, place; buthoroughly; parii. p. BMCO-ieHHtifi.
cxpoHXb eoucKO Oo Coeeou nopadoKo, to draw up
BiJCOcaTb, see BHcacHBaTt.
Bbicoxa, s. f. height, altitude; elevation; emi- an army in battle: BMCxpoaxB (fiopmeniauo, to
tune a iiiano; -ca, v.r.p. to build a house for
nence.
BHCOTOMip'b, s. m. geod. altimeter, theodolite. one's self; to be built out; to be drawn up; to
BMCOxabiii, adj. dried, dried out, dry; sap- range one's self; mil. to be in line: -ca ea auniio, to fall back into line, to get into line; j?ar*.
less.^
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jj

jj

|j

|j

ij

BMCOXHyTb,

BucHxaTt.

see

p.

BHCOianiniH,
the highest;

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adj.
(superl.
of BbicoKifl),
sovereign; supreme, imperial; -maa

supreme will; co -luaro coioeMeuiH, with


the permission of His Imperial Majesty; no -nieMy
nooe.mHiw, by order of H. I. M.; by supreme order;
an ukase of H. I. M.; - maa oco6a,
i/Koa-o,

stitch; j|^>arf. p.

august iierson.

v.

to back-

a.

BUCXpOieHHBlft.

Bwcxparaxb, BMCxpnib,

eo.i/i,

BUCXpoeHHblU.
BHCxpa^iHBaxb, Bwcxpoinxb,
v. a.

shear,

to clip,

-ca, V. r. to have one's hair cut;


\\part. p. BMCxpnajeHHBifi.
BucxpoflKa, s. f. building.
Bbicxp-BJHBaxb, BMCxpiaHXb, V. a. to fire,
fire off, dischai'ge, shoot off; oj koio lOh nucmocut, cut

out;

,[

BHCO'iecTBO, s. n. Higlmess (title).


BMcntiTb, V. a. to get a thing by mere chance, .leiita, to fire a pistol or slioot with a pistol at a
6)bdi/, to fall into person; edpyio pyjwbe BHCxp'6.iH.io, suddenly the
without any evident reason;
gun went off; at^. to rig out (a 'boom);\part. p.
misfortune unexpectedly, unawares.
BMCXptaeHBbltt.
BwcnaT&ca, see BHCunaTtca.
BucxpiJiHBaxb, BMCxp'fejiaxb, v. a. to use by
BHCnpaiUJiBaTb, BMcnpocHTb, v. n. to ask,

,',

inquire, question; to try to find out; \\part. p.

bm-

shooting, spend

in shooting

(poicder, cartridges^

etc.); part. p. BMCxp-fe.ianHbitt.


cnpoiueHHHfl.
Bhicxp'feJiT., s. m. shot, fire, discliarge: pyMcliBbicnpeHHifi, adj. bombastic, high-flown (style);
alarm-gun; lopodo
nuu
a gun-shot; etbcmoeoli
adv.
tily.
ly,
-HO,
i
BticnpeHHoCTb, s. f. magniloquence, bombast. e3Him 6e3h -.la, the town is taken without striking
BbiCH'^BaTb, Bhicn^Tb, V. n. to ripen, become a blow; na paacmoHuiu pyjiceliHaio -.la, within
{\

a gun-shot or musket-shot, about a gun-shot;

ripe.

BHcnt.iHft,

naiit. boom, staff.


BwcTaBKa, s. f.
fig. na
BbicxpanuBaxb, Bucxpanaxb, v. a.
-Ky, for show; lead (at billiards).
BHCTaBJiaxb, BucxaBJiBBaxb, BMCxaBnxb, by cooking; to gain by one's advocacy;
il

to gain

'!

il

wn-mu na
to set out, put out; to take out;
to put or set out flowers in the balcony;
deouHtiH pa.MU, to take out the double windows;

V. a.

6a.iK0H7,,

da.iibe

nymeunnio -.la, beyond the reach of the cannon;

mature.
exhibition, exposing;

adj. ripe,

|i

j3ar#. p.

BHicxpanaHHbifi.

BucxyacHBaxb,
to cool, make

V. a.

BHCxysKaxb, B^.ICxy;^HXb,
-ca, v. r. to cool, grow

cold:

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expose, exhibit; woaaj^w na noKash, na npo- cold;||^r<. p. BhicxyaceHHWii.


BrjcxyKHBaale, s. n. ied. percussion.
na
daowy, to expose goods for show, for sale;
BucxyKHBaxb, v. a. med. to percuss, sound.
ooadyxi, na co-iime, to expose to the air, to the
Bwcxynuxb, Bbicxyniixb, v. n. to stoj) out,
sun: (na eucmaoKtb), to exhibit; (no nodjj/tdy),
oajicHO,
to furnish, deliver; na eu^^, to set or put out come out, forward; to stalk: onh -naexi.
vucio na nucbMv,, to date a he steps out gravely; jmna Bhicxynn.ia ti3h 6ea thing for view;
uah
bed;
letter; na nucb.Hn ne -BJ[eHO uucAa, the letter is peioob, the river is come out of its
tlie limits or
utaxjh (na Ou.rhHpdn), to lead, to npcdn.iooh npu.nmia, to go beyond
not dated;
take the lead; -BHXb na noaop^, to disgrace, to exceed the limits of good breeding: pyMSuem
her
dishonour; -Cff, v.r.p. to put one's self out; to be BiJCxynH.n> na en .iuit,ib, a blush covered
put out, be exposed, be exhibited, etc.; part. p. face: Bwcxynaxb oo noxodo, to take the field; to
project, jut out.
BucxaBJienHbift.

iito

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BMCTynaiomiilr, part. pr.

BMCxynKa, BwcTynb,
BH[CTyn.ieHie,

BHCTyn'L,

s.

s.

m.

walk, gait.
n. stepping out; departure.
IJ

BtlCTHBaXB, BMCTHTb, B5^>ICTHHyTt,


cold;

V.

H. tO

BMCTBi.itift, adj. cooled; cold.

BHcyeyTb, see BHCOBHsaxB.


BucypMHTb, see CypMHTt.
BHCyuHBaTb, BMCyinxb, v. a.
twist a certain quantity; I pari. p.
BbicyinnBaHie, s. n. drying.

BbixacRDBaxb, BMxacKaxb, SMxamnxb, v. a.


drag out, pull out; to fetch out; to draw off,
to
pull
by the
out; BhixacKaxb aa eojiocu,
hair;

jj

to

take

to

to

V. a.

dry;

to

be

v. a. to learn
(by heart), rehesLTse, learn by repetition; -ca, v. p.
to be learned; pari. p. BHXBepsKeHHbift.
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ii

BHxeKiixb, BHxe^b,
leak

v. n. to flow out, run out,


rise (of a river); to result, ensue;
-Kaext nmo...., it follows, it results

ii3h

out;

to

smoio

BbicyuiKa, s. f. drying; draining; exsiccation.


Bbicuiiit, adj. comp. higher, superior; see BuK i H.

out, pull out;

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BHxepefijHBaxb, BwxepefiHXb,
pari.

away, out;
be sent

to send

v. a.

banish; -cfl, v. p.
away, out; to be despatched; _part.
to

to

ji

|i

to

pluck

BbixepnaiiBaxb, Buxepn-fexb,

v. a.

to endure,

bear; to suffer.

BMxecHBaxb, Bwxecaxb,

Bbicjian-

_p.

v. a.

BbixepedJieHHbilt.

/>.

II

despatch;

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BuTacKneaTi..
Bbixaaxb, sec BaTanBaTb.
BbixBeptEHBaxb, BbixBep;i;HXb,

that....

BMCBi.iaxb, BHCJiaxb,

to turn (in a
(of worms); -ca,
sharpened, etc;lpart. p.
v. a.

gnaw

to
jl

Bbixaiii;HXb, see

|i

|i

Bbixa-

steal, Toh;\\part. p.

BMXOieHHblft.

BMCyqeHHHfi.

to

away,

\\

to untwist;

open one's eyes

tjiasa, to

to

lathe); to sharpen;
to be turned,
V. p.

drain (land); 3hou BMcymHJi'b pacmeniH, the heat


6oAomo, npijdh, to drain a
dried the plants;
marsh, a pond; -CH, v. p. r. to be dried, be drainpart. p.
ed; to dry, get dry, dry one's self;
BMcymeHHbifi, fire-fanged; dried out; drained.

CKaHHbi^, Bbixain;eHHbitt.
Bbixa<iHBaxb, BtixoiHXb,

to cool.

BMCyfflHBaTb, BbicyniHTb,

v. a.

wide.

step,

juttj, jetty, projection;

arch,

BLTTP

Bbixapan^HXbj

salient,

s. f.

salience.

become

90

BLICT

-ca,

p. to be

out, form;

BbicM.ina, s.f. sending away, out; despatching;


banishment.
BbicbinaHie, s. n. med. eruption.
Bbicbinaxb, BMCunaxb, v. a. to strew out,
pour out; oeech ii3i Mnmna, to strew out oats
from the bag, to empty a bag of oats; to break
out, come out; Koph HamiHaemh -inaxb^ the measles
begin to come out or break out; y neio bmchna.io na mnAti, the eruption broke out on his
body, covered his body; Hapodo BMCbinaJi'b na
-ch,
y.mi(,y, the people got out into the street;
to be strowu, be poured out; to unravel
V. p. r.
(of a stuff); part. p. BbicbinauHbiti.
BbrcbinaxbCfl, Bijcnaxbca,
to
v. n.
sleep
enough, sufficiently.
BbiCbiKEa, .V. f. strewing out, pouring out; coll.
sleeping out, enough, soundly; a ^a^aJl^ -Ky, I
slept very soundly.
BucbrnHottj adj. strown or strewed out.
Bbicbixaxb, Bhicoxeyxb, v. n. to dry, dry up,
parch; fig. to wither, waste, pine away.
Bbicb, s. f. height; top, summit.
BHcliBJixb, BhicfeHXb, V. a. to sow out; to sift,

efc.;\part. p. BbixecaHHbifi.

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Bhixe^Ka,

v.

s.f. leakage;

jj

to

v. a.

hewn

Hbiit.

hew

out, cut

out, be cut out,

/i/mi. start.

Bbixiipaxb, BMxepexb, v. a. to wipe out; to


rub out; to wear out by using; to exclude from,
drive out; -ca, v.r.p. to wipe one's self; to be
wiped; to be worn out, off, eic.;||pari. p. BiaxepJl

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XHii.

BwxHpKa,

BbiXHpaHie,

s. f.

-pa-

n. wiping;

s.

Hie docyxa, dry-rubbing.


BbixiiCKHBaxb, BiJXHCKaxb,

V. a.

to squeeze

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||

be pressed out,
EaHUblff.

be

-ca,

p. to be squeezed,
impressed; Ipart. p. bhxhc-

out, press out, impress;

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v.

\\

BwxHCK'b, s. m. impression, proof.


BblXHCHaXb, BblXUCHIIXb, BUXHCHYXb,
to

-ca,
ll

V.

rt.

impress; to print off, take a proof;


p. to be imprinted, be printed, be impressed;

imprint,

l|

V.

BUXHCHyXHfi.

pari. p. BblXHCHeHHbTH,
ll

BwxKaxb,

BHTHKaxi,.
Bxo.iKaxb, see BuTa-iKHBaxt.
BHXonHXb, .see BHTaujiEBarb.
BbixoDKH, s. in. pi. scum, slag, dross.
BMXOiixaxb, see BuTanTHBarL.
see

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p. BbicIiflHHHft.
BbiciiBEU, s. in. pi. siftings, bran.
Bbicfej^Ti,
(nmit,u,h),
brood,
s. m.

BHxoproBbiBaxb, BuxoproBaxb,

sift o\it;lpart.

flight

(of

game).
BHCf>K;iTb, Bbicfeib, v.a. to cut, cut out,
ua naMuib, to hew out; to
sculpture; to engrave;
pink (a material); to whip, flog; to strike fire
(with steel and flint); -en, o.p. to be cut, be
whipped, etc.; part. J). BMcfeqeHHHft.
Bbic'feiKa, s. f. sculpture; cutting, pinking (a

poultry.,

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v. a. to gain
trade, gain by bargaining; to haggle out;
pa7i. p. BhlXOprOBaHHblft.
IJuTopMoiunxb, o.a. perf. to obtain by importunity; jpari. p. BuxopMOuiCHHUii.
Bhixo'iKa, s. f. turnery, tlie art of fashioning

by

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IJ

a turner's work.

BwxpaB.icHie, s.n. BuxpaBKa, s. /\ corrosion.


BMxpaB.iiiBaxb, BUxpaB.iaxb, BbixpaBnxb,

i\

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to eat away, corrode;


V. a. to let tho cattle browse;
\njiodi, to cause an abortion; -ca, v. p. to be
BrjxaiiBaxb, Bijxanxb, v. n. to thaw out; v. a. eaten away, be corroded; pari. p. BbixpaBJCHHWfi.
to nif'lt.
BMxpaitiioii, adj. corrosive, corrodent.
Buxii.iKiiBiixb,
Buxo.iuHyxb,
Br.ixojiicaxb,
||

Ij

innferial).

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?.
v.a. to pusli out, jostle out;
laew, to tlirow
out, cast out; ( -en, v. p. to be pushed out, he
jostled out;'{^part. p. BMXo.iKaHnrjJt, Bilixo-iKHy-

Xblft.

BHxan.iHBaxb, Bbiroimxb, v. a. to heat (a


KOMuaviy, to warm a room (by heating

stove);

a stove);\to melt out,

down;

heated, be molted; to molt


njieHHbiJt.

-ch,

mi\,\\part.

v.

p.
p.

to

be

bmto-

BbixanxrjBaTb, Buxorixaxb, v. a. to tread


out, tramjilc down; to dirty; to use by treading
,i

upon; l^ja'^ p. BUXOUxaiiHbift.

BuxpaMOoHaxb,

see

TpaiiSoBaTi..

perf. to order to come,


bring or send; to send for, call for; eio -Ba.iii
cmda, they ordered him to come here, tlicy made
him come; to demand, require, exact; cydh -fioBa.ix. doKy.Heumu, the tribunal ordered that all
the documents miglit be sent; our, -Ba.i?. cooe
jica.%n(inHbc, lio liad his salary paid to hiin: \part.

BiJxpeOoBaxb,

v. a.

II

p.

BuxpeOouaHHutt.^

BbixpesB.iaxb, BWxpcsBHXb, v. a. to
-ca, v. r.
seller; to accustom to sobriety;
sober again; llpari. p. nMxpc3BJieHHHff.
H

make
to get

BBTTP

91

B&iTpenJHBaxb, BHTpenHBaxB, BUTpenaxb,

BEIXO

BuxapBHBaxb,

v.a. to strip, peel (flax); see Tpeaaih/fjiart. p.\

V.

BbiTpenaHHBitt.

rated,

BHTpacaxb,

Buxpacxu,

shake out,
-ca, v. p. to

to

v. a.

'

a.

to

Bbixapnaxb, BuxapBHyxb,
-oi, v. p. to be expecto-

expectorate;

be discharged (by coughing);


xapEHyxbitt.

bu-

'^part. p.

BbixBajHBaxb, BUXBajaxb, BUXBajiixb, v. a.


to praise, load with praises, bepraise;
BMxpaceHHUJi.
part. p.
BMxpaxHBaxb, BMxpaxaxs, Bhixpaxnyxb, BF.ixBaJieHHwii.
BuxBiiexMBaxb, BuxBacxaxb, v. a. to boast;
-ca, v.r.p. to fall in
V. a. to let fall hy shaking;
part. p. BuxBacxaHHbitt.
shaking, be shaken out; I ^ar/i. ^. Buxpaxayxwii. to obtain by boasting;
libixBaxEii, s.f. BuxBaxMBanie, s.n. snatching
BsixynjiaxB, Biaxynaxt, v. a. to blunt, dull;

jolt out;l fig. to shake,

incommode;

be shaken onUjpart. p.

,,

ij

j;

-ca, v.r.

grow blunt;

to

jji^ar^.

BiJxyn.iea-

p.

out.

II

HMfi.

BuxypnBaxb, Btixypnxb, BWxypHyxb,

a.

v.

to drive out, turn out, cast out; -ca, v. p.


to be driven or turned out; \\part. p. BwxypeHHHfi.
coll.

to

'j

BuxyiueBbiBaxb, BUxyuiOBaxb,

shade

to

n. a.

BbixBaxbiBaxb, BKixBaxaxb, BiJXBaxuxb, v. a.


snatch o\ii;\part. p. BUXBa^eHHutii.
BuxJieObiBaxb,
BMXjeOaib, BiJXJcOnyxb,

a. pop. to eat all (with a spoon); to drink


part. p. BJJxaeOaHHwtt.

V.
j

all;

BuxaecxHBaxb, Bjxjecxaxb, BHXjecHyxb,


with Indian ink: Impart, p. BUxyiueBaHHEiii.
BEJXUKaxb, BMXKaxb, i\ a. to weave; to gain V. a. to thrash, drub, whip; to lash out (with a
whip); I part. p. BuxaecxaHHufl, BwxJiecHyxBitt.
by weaving: IJ/jarC. p. BhiXKaHHHii.
"
BbixaonaxHBaxb, Bux-ionoxaxb, v. a. to proBMiEiKJixb, BhiXKHyxb, V. a. to poke out, put
out (an eye); to push out, thrust 0Vii\ part. p. cure or obtain with some trouble; lijjar^. p. bu[

1,

BMXKHyXHtt.
Buxb, B3BMXb,

xjionoxaHHMfl.

howl; to
wail; e^bmepo Boex'b, the wind roars or howls;
coSaKu Boex'b, the dog howls; dibmu, oaobi Boioxi.,
the children, peasant women cry.
BMXbe, s.n. howling, howl; crying: see Boh.
BHxIiCHeHie, s. n. displacing, supplanting.
v.

n. to roar, cry; to

BtiXHUKaxb, V. a. to obtain by
part. p. BhlXHEIKaHHHtt.
Bhixo,i;ei^'b, s. m. an emigrant; OHb
mo 10 ceibma, he looks like a spectre.

SMxicHaxb,

squeeze out,
thrust out; to lorce out from; to dislodge (from
a lodging); to supplant (from a service); -ca,
v.p. r. to be dislodged, be supplanted; to get out of
a crowd; Ijjjarf. p. BbixtCHeaHHii.
BMxaraxb, v. a. perf. to gain by pleading,
gain (a lawsuit).
v. a. to

j|

draw out,
v. a. to
meto, to stretch
to stretch, stretch out;
out one's neck; .luiio, to make a long face; wt7.
to dress; -HVXb (pponmo oamajiioua, to draw up
in a line the front of a battalion; naut. to leave

BbixarHBaxb, Bbixanyxb,

pull

out;

1!

go

out, walk
leave, retire;

come

out,

\\

movno cb

BMXo;i;HXb, v.a. see BHxaavHBaxt.


BbIxo;^HXb, BJjflXH, BbixxH, Bu;i;xn,

ij

Bbix-fecaaxb,

whining;

v.

n. to

get out; to burst


u3o-3a cmoAa, uai-aa

out,

to
o6rbda, to leave the table, to rise from table, from
na ecmpnHy Ko.ny, to go to meet one; a
dinner;

forth;

BufixH hu eosdyxh, to
[mKa Bbiuija U3h 6epeioeh, the river
out, the river came out of its bed; ^UM^
BBixoji.HX'b U3h mpy6u, smoke comes out of the
chimney; BuiixH enepedr,, to come forth; 3ma ptbna

y.iuny, to go in the street;

take
broke

air;

u3o 03epa, this river rises or takes


a lake; .xyna BBix6;!;HX'b U3h-3a oSauic3oKa, the moon comes out from behind a cloud:
Kapnusu, arch. 3a yi.ia, to come round the corner; om mo.tbKO
(the port), go out (of the port);
'to work the mouldings; ijpo/^. to give a lash with nmo Bsjuieaii u3o ynuAuma, he has just left
a whip; -ca, v. r. p. to stretch, be drawn out, be school; Bhiftxn u3o no.iKa, to leave the regiment:
pulled out, be stretched out; to grow longer; to Bbittxu Oo omcmaor.y, to resign one's office, to
lengthen: eio hoc^ BHxanyjica, his nose had accept one's dismission: 36 dibmcmsa,^ to emerge
grown thinner; eepeana Bbixanyjacb, the rope from infancy, from childhood; OHh Bbimej'b usr,
has stretched; mil. -ca nepedh nanajibHUKOMa, to yueub/i, he has served his time or his apprenticestand upright before the chief; -ca e5 cmpyHK)/, ship; BufiXH u3o dtb.t-,, u3h c.iyMou, to leave
to stand upright as a post; naut. to leave (the the service, to retire from service, from business;
9mo B&ix6;i;HX'b usr, o^UKUoaeHHUXh pasMnposo,
port); part. p. BMxaHyx&ifi.
BwxHSKa, s. drawing out; stretching; wwZ. that is out of the usual proportions; BijfixH ez.
j|

BHXojj;HXt

its rise in

i|

\\

ji

jj

ll

f.

j|

carriage, port, appearance; cmamb ua -Ky, to


stand upright, to front; med. extract,
BbixaaiHott, adj. tractive; chem. extracted;
n.iacmupb, vesicatory plaster.

||

'|

:|

BHyacHBaxb, BMy;i;nxb,

v.

a.

BuyareHHMiR.
BMyxioacHBaxb, Bhiyxioasiixb,
Buy^iHBaxb, BMyiHXb, v. a.

hook

to

out,

fish out; 'part. p.

iron out.
learn, liave
ua n iMHnib, to learn by heart; to teach;
learned;
-iiuxb KOio nucamb, to teach one to write; h eio
Bbiyiy! threat. I will show him! -ca, v.r. to
v. a. to

to

j,

|j

learn,

have learned; am, Bwyqajica

HSbiKy,

he has learn(;d the


p. lujyqcHHiJli.

.\\part.

ani.iiacKO.Mij

English

language;

teaching; learning; omdamb na


BuyiKa,
f.
-KT, to put as an apprentice.
Bb[xa;sHBaxb, Bijxo;i;uib, v. a. to bring
up (children); to rear up (chicketis);\ito have
"s.

walked a certain time or distance; to earn by


walking; j -ca, v. n. to be brought up; to be
reared up; to grow well again (of a horse); to
ferment enough; nueo eme ue BIJXo;^HJIOCb, the
beer has not yet fermented sufficiently.
B&ixau:saxb, v. a. to obtain by bigotry.
\\

.xmdu, to make one's way, one's career, fortune; to


35 aaCiyMdenin, to free one's
rise in the world;
self from error; BMttxH U3b npedib.iuoh npu.iumit,
to go beyond the limits of good breeding;

om

ocHKuxh npedtb.iodo, he is beyond


])Ounds; 9mo y mchh bfjui.io u3o na.\mmu, that
escaped my memory; 9mo iie BHx6;^HX'b y mchh

Bumej'b

u3o

U3h lo.ioou, U3h y.Ha, that's never out of my mind;


Biaui-'io u3o nodh nepa N, that is M'ritten

smo

by N; KOida dyuia BblxoAHXi. xi3h mibAa, when


the soul leaves the body; Co.xbmu ue Bbixo.^nx'b
H3h KOMiiamu, the patient does not leave his room:
He BMXoAHXTb M35 do.itoob, he is always in
debt; om, hc BMXO^tnxT. u3o inen.iaio n.iambn, he
never leaves off his warm clothing, clothes; sma
fnciypa Bijui.ia .vopouw, that figure stands out
u3h ccCh, to lose temper^ get out of temper;
^ffQ\^
ush dootbpeHHOto be hurried out of one's self;
cmu, U3b mepnibniH, to lose confidence, patience;
U3h yioouHooenia, to become disobedient: om

OHh

BiJUie-i-b

M3J

.Koew

eo.ui,

he withstood

BMiixn U3h 3ampydHeHiA, to get out


BwftXH U3h Modbi, U3b ynompco.ieuiH,
fashion,

out

of

use;

cunt

my

will;

of a scrape:
to be out of

Bumaa uapyMy,

the

BHXO

92

BH^H

BMxoac;i;eHie, s. n. going out, coming out.


came out; buAth saMj/oKi aa koio, to
EuxoJiazcHBaTb, bbixojto^hti., v. a. to cool;
marry any one; to wed; ona B&iinJia aa Kijnua,
- CH,
to get cool, cold; |j|)ari. p. bhxoV. p.
she married a merchant; BUiiTH 6h orfiimepu, to
become an officer, to obtain the grade of officer; JIOHZeHHM:^.
Buxojiaii^HBaTB; bbtxojiocthtb, v. a. to geld,
Buitxn u3h nodo onenu, to be exempt from guardianship; BMineJi'B Hoeuh yKa3^, a new ukase has castrate; -ca, v. p. to be gelt; ^ar*. j). Btrxoao-

eruption

||

Ij

jj

ji

ij

promulgated; Bwraeji^b noeuu oKypnaji^, a


new journal has come out; ema taaema BUx6;a;HTi
KUMcduu dem, this newspaper comes out, appears,
this
,
is published daily; 9ma taaema nepeema.ia
newspaper has ceased appearing: Bwme jb wenpedeudnunuu c.ii/uau, an unforeseen accident
happened; Mim BMiue-it ciynau eio eudnvih, an
opportunity presented itself for me to see him;
Buniea-B maKou cAi/uau, it happened, it was so; y
ueio BUiUJiH 6oMidifi HenpiHmmcmn, he has met
with great annoyances; n3i> dmoto dnjia nimeio ne
BBifij^exB, this business will end in nothing or
will be of no consequence; 3a neio nuneio ne
BMtt;i;exB, one can make nothing of him; he is

n^eHHutt.
BBixojiiBaxB; bhxojihtb, see Xo.iHTb.
Bhxojio;i;hti., see BaxcjiaHCHBaTi).
BbixyxoJb, s. f. musk-rat, desman; \ -xojiift,
- xoaBHtifi, mlj. - Hoe cumh^ hot. amber-seed,

been

i|

good

nothing;

for

?(3o

Heto Mooicetm

BMflxn

musk-seed.
|

BtixipHBaxb, ehx^phtb, seeBmepicHBaTi,,


EHiepKHyTB.
^

BBmapanHBaxB,

nyxB, v. a. to scratch
BhmapanaHHBifi.

[j

ovi-

Aunuuu MyauKamm, he may become or turn out


an excellent musician; no emue.My bhx6;^hxxi, umo

npaeh, according to you he is right; bhiujo


no Moe.m/, it resulted or it occurred as I said or
as I wished or as I expected; bmiujo ne mawo,
KUKo a dy.Ma.io, it disappointed my expectations;!
u bhx6;i;hxb, nmo om npaeh, and it follows that
he is right; bhAxh cyxuM^ ua^ eodu, fig. to get
^<35
dmou .Mamepiu njiamh.H we
off unmolested:
Bhifij^exB, a dress cannot be made out of this
material; BtimeJiB cpOKh MoeMy nacnopmy, the
term of my passport is out; eMt/ eme ne bbiuijih
toda oweHumhCH, he is not old enough to marry

om

j]

blossomed, blown, flowered;


grown whitish (of furs); faded, discoloured.
BHii,Bt.TiBifl,

BBiii,apanaTB,
Bui^apanout; to scratch; part. p.

adj.

BBin.B'fexaHie, s. n. discoloration, fading; getting


whitish (of fur). ^
BBiii,BtxaxB, bud,b*cxb, t'. to flower, blow,
blossom; to lose colour.
jj

BBmiatEHBaxB, BBI^*;^HXB,

to filter

v. a.

out,

- ch, v. p. to be filtered out, be


decant, rack;
decanted, be racked; yjjari. p. BtmiaBeHHBitt.
BMn,iiJiOBaxB, v. a. per f to kiss; to obtain by
jj

iJ

kissing.

BBiqeKaHHBaxB, BHieKannxB,
chase;

li

p.

-ca,

v. a.

to coin,

be coined, be chased;

to

v. p).

iijjori.

|i

Bw^eKaHeHHHfi.
BBi^iepKHBaxB, BM^epKHyxB,

i;

rase, blot out;

part.

^p.

1|

to

V. a.

cancel,

BHiepKHyxBiii.

BbiiepHHBaxB, BH^epHHXB,

to blacken;

V. a.

to blot out; -ca, v.j). r. to be


to dirty, stain;
niupa^n, my ticket
the lottery) to be paid off; denhiu blackened; to get dirty; part. p. BbivepneHis drawn (in
BBimJin ffc>6, the money is entirely spent; nau eech HBlfl.
,
^

yet;|l.MOM

duAetm BwmeJi'B

eo

j,

1|

11

||

|j

is finished, is all used; y uan


BBixo^nxB MHOio conuell, mhoio npoouaiu, we use
many candles, much food; BHifiXH uai na3O0^, to

put out of joint; e.uy BbiuiJia natjjada, BwiueJiB


Kpeam, he obtained a recompense, a cross; OKua
Mou BBixoj^axB er, cadh, my windows look into
the garden; nodhibsdh bhx6;j;hx'b na y.iimy, the
houseporch faces the street; nymemecmeie BBrniJio
OHeuh yduHHO, the travelling was very i)leasant;

BBiiepnaxB, BwqepnHyiB,
- ca, v.^. to be baled out;
BiJiepnaHHBifl, BBiiepaHyxHii.

Bu^epnBiBaxB,

BbimeJi'B, the tea

V. a.

bale

to

l2)art. p.

out;

BwMepxHXB,

ji

V.

a.

make a

to

plan,

make

i|

sketch.

|i

|j

Bu^ecKa,

s. f.

combing

out;

||

-ckh,

pi.

comb-

ings.

BBi^ecBiBaxb, Bbi^ecaxB, v. a. to comh out;


Bbi^ecaxB toAoey, to comb the hair; to hatchel,
jj

come hackle (hemp);\\ to earn by combing: - ca, . r.p.


or it comes to the same; BhifixH e^ uope, to set to comb one's hair; to be combed; to be hackled;
out for sea, to embark; bhSxh eh oviKpumoe \^part. p. BM^ecaHHBifl.
Bu^exHBift, adj. of discount, of deduction,
Mope, to sail large; to stand out to sea; mpaea
HamiHaeim
the grass begins to sprout; iiiunAsma deducted.
BbiiexB, s. m. discount, deduction, defalcation;
bbiiujih uao jiunh, the chickens are hatched; H .1

amo

Bhiii;^ex'B,

BBIx6;^HXB

mo owe,

it

will

iJ

||

BBimeaB

jj

calculation.
KOJionucmu
I played clubs;
Bbi^uHHBaxB, BH^HHHXB, V. a. to mend,
FepManiu, the colonists emigrated
repair; - ca, v. p. to be mended, be repaired;
from Germany.
BBixo;^Ea^ s. f. sally, prank, freak; h ne ooicu- \part. p. BiJ^HHeHHHli.
BunHcaeHie, s. n. calculation, supputation,
doAz om~, new mar.ou -kh, I did not expect such
reckoning.
a sally from him.
BwiHcaaxB, BunncinxB, v. a. to calculate,
Bbixo^^hoA, adj. for going out; Auam, print.

BuniJiii

oo

mpecjiu,

\\

II

uah

II

the title leaf.


Bmxo;];^, s. m. outlet, issue; way out; moh Koapmupa UMnem-o daa - ;^a, my lodging has two outgoing out,
oxod7, u, ingress and egress;
lets;
coming out, departure; leaving; eio apecmooa.iu
npii -;i,li uay, uepKOU, .? meampa, he was arrested
coming out of churcli, on leaving the theatre; no
fifk noAKa, at'tfT tlic departure of the regiment;
no - J^t U3?, lUKOAU, after leaving school; npu -;^^^
.MUHuempa ocn ocmuA^i, at the appearance of the
minister every one rose;
5 ovtcmaoKy, taking
leave; reception, levee (a ceremonial at Court);
\0eAUKiu
u .HaAuu , the great and the little
issue (two ceremonies of a mass according to the
Greek rites); edition (of a book); brewing; fermenting.

- ca, v. p. to
count, supputate, cast up, reckon;
be calculated, etc.;\\part. p. BBrqHCJieHHBiii.
jj

BiJiHCxnxB,

BwiHcxKa,

!|

||

\\

jj

see
s. f.

BiJiHxaeMOO,

s.

BunHxaaie,

s.

BHiHiuari..
cleaning, cleansing.
n.
n.

math, subtrahend.
discounting;

arith.

sub-

straction, subtraction.

Bu'iHxaxb, nfjiccxB, v. a. to discount, deduct,


defalcate; ;i>-i</t. to substract, subtract; -ca, v.j).
to be discounted, be deducted, etc.;\\part. p. bki||

qxcuHhiA.
BBiiHTBiBaxB, BHiHxaxB,

V.

fl.

to

read;

to

by reading; om amo BWiHxaJi'B omnyda


nuriydb, he has read it in some book or he knows
to earn by reading; ||i)r. p.
it from some book;
BBIIHXaHHBlfl.

learn

i,

BEI^IH

BM^HCTHTb,

BEii^Hn^aTb^

to lixiviate; to alkalize;

BuinapHBaxb, BijaiapHXB,

v. a.

BHme.iKHBaxb, BMme.iKaxB, Bu^e.iEHyxB,


to fillip out; to imitate by snapping one's
a.
tongue; -ca, v. r. to get loose from tlie cup (of
nuts);\part. p. BBiin^eJiKaHHKiit.
BBiu^KnusaHie, s. n. pinrhing out, plucking
out, pluming:
eoAOCh, depilation.
BBiu^MnuBaxB, Bhin^HiiaxB, v. a. to pinch out,
pluck out, plume out, pick (a bird); -ca, v. p.
to be pinched, be plucked, be plumed, be picked;
|i

|i

carved

\\part. p.

scrupulous search);

BbiuiapeHHKjii.

BBIIUBhipHnaTB, BSIIUBMpHTb, BMIUBHpHyTB,

Ijjjari.

v.a. to throw out; -ch, v. p. to be thrown out;'


Wpart. p. BhiuiBMpuyTEJu.
Btime, pdj. (comp. of BhcokIiI), higher, taller;
OHo lo.iosoaea, he is taller or higher than she
by a head.
BiJiiie, adv. (comp. o/^ Bhcoko), above; beyond;
upwards; above all; sina.MeMh
a floor above; ua
cmo ifiymooi ae.H.Mi, a hundred feet above the
ground; naKo 6bi.io CKaaano
as said above;

above all; mouKU aaMepaania, above zero,


above freezing - point:
.Mocmi^ above bridge;
ecHKOu noxoaAu, above all praise; cniamb .iiod'
CKiiXo nw.'iKosh, be above caring for people's talk;
eio penymaniH
KAceemu, his reputation is be/ond
the reach of calumny; nautuxo ca.io, beyond our
strength; oo Muoemo eh nepeo.uT, dinaown, a h
eio,
he occupies the first floor and I lodge above or
overhead; niuc/ma x
a thousand and upwards;
amo npeeocxoduo, n Himeio ne suaio
this is
admirable, I know nothing superior to it.
BBiiuencqHc.ieHHtrii, adj. above numbered.
eeeio,

B&nneJiyiUHBaTb, BBHuejymnxB,

see Illejy-

fflHTL.

6iiiieo6'BflBjeHHr>iii^, adj. above-mentioned.


BMineosHaqeHHBitt, adj. above-named, aforesaid, fore-cited.

BMiaenpnBe;i;eHHi>i&,

adj.

fore-alleged,

fore-

BiJ^CTB, v. a. to
gnaw, corrode; -ca, v. p.
be gnawed, be corroded; part. p.
Bbita^^Ka, s. f. breaking in,

BBimecRasaHHBi^,

BE>iQiepe<ieHHBid.

adj.

above-named, afore-said; afore-mentioned, aforenamed.


BBimeynoHflHyxBitt,
adj.
above-mentioned,
above-named, afore-said; afore-mentioned, aforenamed.
BBiuiH6aHie, s. n. knocking out, breaking out.
BtiniHOaxB, bmuihOhxb, v. a. to knock out,
break out, stave, burst open; to spring (the ball
at billiards); -ch, v. p. to be knocked out, be
broken out, be burst open; \\part. p. BumnOaea;;

|j

eat out; to eat


to^be eaten out,

Bbi'Ii,i;ax.,

all;

sound,

v. a. to feel,

BhimynaHHMfi.

]^vohe:l part. p.
to

!i

BMi&;i;enHrjrf.

(of a

training

horse).
BhIi>3;^'B,

s.

going

711.

departure;

out,

1|

way

out.

BBi'laS^saxb, BM^xaxB, v. n. to ride out, go out


(in an eq^iiipage, on horseback); a& siainaotob, to
to depart; to remove; ouo BU'tx&.i'h
drive out;
U3u topoda, he left town;
na dpytyto Koapmiipy,
to remove to another lodging;
iia ko.mo, fig.
to use one for ^ one's interests, to put upon a
person; oiib ataex* Ha csocmo no.\toui,HUKn, he
makes his assistant work for him.

jj

jj

Bu^sasHBaxb,

Bbi-fesacaxB,

bu'^s^hxb,

a.

v.

to break in, train (horses); to earn by driving;


to travel over; | -ca, v. p. to be broken in, be
trained; part. p. Bbi']^;scHHbiH.
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BMa,

s.

the neck.

si.

f.

BbiacHiiBaxB, BbiacHliXB, v. imp. to clear up


(of weather); na deopn BaaCHfeJO, the weather
has cleared up.

BuacHaxB, B&racHHXb,
explain:
self; to

cited.

BMii^KnaHHUii.

p.

BbimynHBaxB, BwmynaxB,

jj

buck;

a. to

p. to be bucked,

v.

V.

rummage

to

alkalization.

v.

etc.;lpart. p. B'^imcio'ieHHUii.
!

work.
out, ferret out, find out (after a

-ca,

;i

adv. aifectcdly, pretentiously.


scrolls;

II

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HlTyKaTypHTi..

see

Bwme.iaiHBaHie, s.n. lixiviation:


Bun^e-ia^HBaxB, BH^eJoinxB,

BfciqypHOCTB, s. f. studied elegance, laboured


refinement, pretension, atfectedness.
BMiypHutt, (idj. aifected, pretentious, with
studied elegance, M-ith laboured refinement; -ho,
whims, freaks;

B-BAO

BuinxyKaxypHXB,

y.fl.to clean, cleanse;

to scrape; -cthtb canoix, to clean the boots;


.toay,
KOAodeJdo, npijdo, to cleansu a well, a pond;
to prune a vine; part. p. BtJ'inmeHHtift.

BM^ypu, s-AiJ^-

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-ca,

o.

be explained;

2Jr*.

j?,

jj

clear

to

a.

up,

to explain one's

r.p. to clear up;

BHacneHHufi.

BBM)ra, s. f. a snow-storm.
BBioaBJHBuit, adj. with a snow-storm.

Bbmei,

pack, burden.

in.

s.

BbioHOKTi, s. hi. plant, bind-weed, black bindweed, convolvulus; morning-glory, rope-weed; withwind, withy-weed; -HKOBbiii, adj. -Bbia pacme!|

uiH, bot. the convolvulaceous plants.

BbWH'b,

m.

s.

dim

bbiohoexi,

BBiOHoqeKii,

river loach, groundling (fish).

BBiopoK'B, s. m. dim. Bbiopo^eE'B,


mountain finch, brambling.

Bbwimxb,

reel;|t6iVd,

springing (at billiards).


to
v. a. to embroider;
gain by embroidering; -ca, v. p. to be embroider-

a. to burden, load, saddle (beasts


pack, pack up.
BBiOQHbid, oilj. of pack, of burden; -Hoe
C'bdjio, a pack-saddle.
BBioniEa, s. f. dim. BBHuneisa, reel; the damp-

ed; \\part. p. BbiuiuxBitt.

er,

HBlfi.

BKiinH($Ra,

breaking

out;

s. f.

BrjiunG^,

s.

n. knocking out,

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BBimHBaxB, bAciuhxb,

||

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BuuiHBKa,

s.

f.

BuinHBaHBC,

s.

n.

embroid-

ering; embroidery.
BBiaiiiBHod, adj. embroidering; embroidered.
BfiiiUHHa, s. f. height, elevation.
BuniRa, s. f. garret; watch-tower; cmopoMC-

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v.

to

j|

flue-plate;

Ij

-meiHbift,

adj.

climbing, creeping, scanBbioiii^iiica, adj.


dent; -meeca pacmeuie, climber; -mittca .tu*5,
bot.

tree ivy.
Bii;i;axb,

v.

auamh da,

God knows:

ean
alarm-post.
BBiuiKOJeHHEitt, part. p. scliooled.

to know, have cognizance; Ka6u


one could know it; Eou B'fecxB,

a.

if

to superintend;

[j

-ca,

v.

rcc.

-ca

i|

do or have to deal with one, to


arrange matters with one; -ca ch ntiMb cy^^).H^,
to sue one at law.
KibMh, to liave to

BHuiKoaHXb,

perf. sec 1IIko.ihts.


III ji h (f o b a t t.
BBiniMiarHyxB, v. n. perf. to make

of burden);

BuinjiH(J)OBaxB, see

B-b;(,u, s. f pi. Slavonic name of the letter B.


Bb;^omo, adv. coll. really, indeed: notoriously;
high, superior; \ Supreme (of ch -Jia, with the privity of; ch .\ioeio -na, with
adj.
my assent or knowledge; 6c3b -Ma, without the
God);ls. )H. Supreme Being; see BceBuraHiH.
privity of; nesh .Hoeto -Ma, without my knowledge.
Bmiuhbiphxb, see lUnNpflxs.
Bi;^OMocxb, s. f. list, roll; account, report;
BBimnapuBaxB, BwuiuapiiXB, see IIInapHTi..
off,

to

escape.
BijiUHiii,

jj

BtBaO

B-BPH

94
nodz Heencmy,

-CTH, pi. newspaper, gazette; MocKoecKin -cth,


the gazette or the journal of Moscow; -MOCTH&ifi,

to take the
ding ceremony; eecmu
bride to church (for the wedding); udmu nodh
to go to the wedding ceremony (speaking of the

s. n. department, jurisdiction, provnod.ieatcu'im deopiioaoMij -CTBy, this

BiiHii.y,
bride and bridegroo'u); neencma lomoea
85 cpy6n,
the bride is ready to go to church; H
arch, a row of lieams; layer.
BifeHe^iHtift, adj. coronal;
of a nimbus; nup-

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B-b;i;omctbo,

dmo

ince;

cognizable in the court of the palace; .iJtcwoe


woods and forests; cocniomnb e^ bb;^'feHiH M^?* (?o B'B^iiOMCTB'fe .w!(!<CH(e^c/ea (punan- tial.
Bi>HHR%, s. m. dim. -HHieKt, besom, bath0087,, to be dependent on or be in the department
broom; iB-BHEnHufl, adj.
of the ministry of finances.
BtHOK-b, s. m. dim. B'fcHOieR'B, garland,
Bi^^OMEiii, p. pr. known; dependent on.
B^l;^yHI., s. m. -Hsa, s. f. sorcer, sorceress, wreath.
B'tHoiHnn.a, s. f. a garland-maker, garlandenchanter, enchantress, wizard, witcli.
Bii;^b, covj. but, v,-cll then; now you must woman.
BiHueBHjllHijfi, BtHii,eo6pa3HBift, adj. coroniknow; /^ oaMh loaopuji^? did I not say it to you?
dmo manh, but it is so; amo npaeda? is it not form.
B'feHn.eHocen,'!., s. m. -HOCHH,a, s. f. a crowned
true? tfa.Ko 6u.io cKoauHO, but you have been
head; } a saint.
told.
B'feHU.eHOCHEjfi, adj. crowned (of monarchs).
B-iiA^sia, s. f. witch; hag.
B'feH^iajiBHKfi, B-feHiaxe-ibHEifl, adj. nuptial,
B-Bjll^Hie, s. n. knowledge, cognizance; inquiry,
of wedding; wedding; -Hoe ii.iantbe, weddingreport; jurisdiction, department.
BiepHHKt, s. VI. the fan-palm, bourbon-palm dress.
B'^^H^aHie, s. n. the ceremony of wedding,
(tree).
nuptial benediction; ?ia tdapcmeo, coronation.
BiepooOpasHHii!, adj. fan-like, fan-shaped;
B'j^HMaTb, V. a. to crown, wreath; wa napcmeo,
hot. flabellate.
Biepi., s. m. fan; inpamh -poMt, to flutter to crown (a Czar); to finish, reward; KOHCii,-.
one's fan, to flirt a fan; -pntifi, adj. -Haa dibAo -laeTi,, the end crowns the work; all's
well, that ends well; -ca, v. r. to crown one's
iia.ihMa, hot. macaw-tree.
self; to be crowned; i\part. p. BiniaHHufi.
B'B'Ka, s. f. si. a tower: tent.
BtHiaTB, V. a. to marry; to give the nuptial
B'Bac;i,a, s. /'. si. (pi. Bii;E;^H), eyelid.
Biiai.iHBOCTi., s. f. civility, politeness, urbanity. benediction; -ca, v. r. to be married; to receive
BiaciKBEifi, adj. civil, polite; well-mannered; the nuptial benediction; |!jx(r^. p. BinqaHHHft.
BiHUHK-B, 8. m. dim. glory, nimbus; band of
-BO, arfw. ly.
paper put on the forehead of a dead person;
B-BBO, s. n. eyelid; n hand-basket, hand-box.
edge (of a vase); bot. corol, corolla; corona.
BitKOBaHie, s. n. long abode in a country.
Bipa, s. f. faith, belief; religion; meepduii eh
B'feKOBaTB, V. n. to make a long stay; otoKTi
-p-h, firm in the faith; Gu.Heo.i~o -ptij creed;
to remain for ever.
B'feKOBoft, adj. secular, of an age; perpetual. uaiaux-o omuoez, the faith of our fathers; oj e
aac.iyoicaeaetm -pu, there is no trust to be put
BtKOBi^HOCTb, s. f. sempiternity.
-ho, adv. in him, he is not to be trusted; dann -py cioBtKOBiiHHfi, adj. sempiternal:
eaMo, to give credit to the words of a person;
-lyB'feK'B, s. m. century; age; life, days; e^ deeam- omdanib na -py, to trust to one, to give on trust;
85 Cydymyw owuaub, belief in the future life;
na^^a1noM^ b-bkIi, in the nineteenth century; mjdeca nauieio B-BKa, the wonders of our century; nepe.ujbuumb -py, to change religion; o6pammnb
the brazen 85 xpucmiaucKyio -py, to convert to the christian
the golden age; Mndnuu
aoAomou
age; cpednie B-feKa, the middle ages; BtKa .mu- faith; npaeuAa -pw, principles of faith.
B'bpuTeJiB, s. m. constituent, warranter.
nyeiuie, the past ages; B^Ka ipHdyit(,ie, the ages
B'fepHTe.ibHufi, adj. accrediting; -Hua tpafrom age to age; umh
to come; u3t> B^Ka er,
his name .Hoviu, credentials, letters of credence.
eio Cydeim nepedaaamhcn U3u B-BEa oh
BipHTb, V. n. to believe, trust; to give credit
will be handed down to posterity; eo b-bkh BtKOBi, for ever and ever; nunn u npucHO ii eo to; to credit; -pHTe-.tit ew smo.Hy ueAoenKy? do
B^KU BliKOB*, now and ever; iiu eo bsrh B-fe- you believe that man? e.vy nado tia CAoeo, he
KOBit, never; do CKOHuaniH B-BRa, to the consum- must be b(dieved on his word; do.iio -pnan, vmo,
mation of the world or of ages; Focnodb iie Ouao it was long believed that; -pbxo .uutb, believe me,
CMij B-BKy, God did not give him a long life; na trust me; oiiz ne -pHTTb doKmopoMr,, he does not
MoeMi Bin^f in my life, in my time; d'lawueamh believe in doctors; 85 Boia, to believe in God; ne
CAtbdyemzcna.Mz, no faith must be put in dreams;
to spend the rest of one's life; nyowou
ceou
aaotcueamh, to live too long, too long a time; aandamb cAyxy, to credit a report, give credit to a
o^ do.ith KOMy, to trust one, give credit
to spoil another's life; oiio omMHJi7> cooh report;
vyDKo'u
,
he has lived his time; amo n.iamt,e omoiCH.io to one;||-ca, v. imp. to be believed; .MUtb He
that coat has seen its best days, has had -Tca, I cannotjbelieve it; oxovino -pHTCH moMy,
ceou
its day:j|a(/t;. o?. Kou-mo b^kh mu yeudiMiicb c% umo naMo npinmuo, it is easy to believe what is
oaMU, it is an age since we have seen one an- agr('eal)le to us.
Bipuo, adi\ faithfully, truly; c.ryoicumb, to
eo
eo B'BRH,
other; 7ia B-iiKH, see HaBiicH; \\o7,
is

forest-district,

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jj

[i

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;|

Ij

jj

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jj

jj

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jl

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(with negatio)! ), never in my life, never; h a?,


97)1010 lie 3a6ydy, I shall never forget it; prov.
npoMtunb tie
ynucb, live and learn;
MCU0U,
nojie nepeiimu, to live one's life is not so easy as
to cross a field.
B'hHt'U,'!., .s. m. dim. B-bu'iHR'b, crown; Myuemiueciciu
crown of
martyr's crown; inep>noouu
the end crowns
thorns; prov. Koneno ece.ny dtbAy
the work, all's well that ends well; tiapcKiu
(na oCpaaih coHviam)^
hot. crown - imperial;
nimbus, glory; /"t^. fame; honour; wedding, wed-

ji

I]

jl

|;

serve faithfully; accurately, riglil, just, correctly;


to sing correctly, justly: on?, ciiipnAAcmh
oncub, lie is a good shot or marksman; assuredly, certainly, for certain; om, na .Menti cepdiimcH, probably he is angry with me; ch nodAunnuMh, conformal)le to tlie original; correctly,
to
copy
nex>eiiHcueainb
precisely,
exactly;
exactly.

nibmb,

|j

BtpHonoAAJJHHHqecKifl,

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adj. faithful;

'lecKH, ado. like a loyal subject.


BfcpHOiio;^;^aHnbitt, adj. s. m.

loyal

- hhhiJ

subject.

B-BPH
BfepHOUo;^;l;aHCTBo,

the duty of a loyal

n.

s.

B'spuocTb, s. f. fidelity, faithfuluess, loyalty;


uciiMinaHHaH, tried fidelity; npucniHijmr) iia,
to take an oath of allegiance; ci/iqji/MecKUH,
to break faith with
conjugal fidelity: napymaini>
one;;ipreciseness, precision, justness; ^Ow^ocrt, c.iyxa,
justness ofthevoice, oftheear;i.ia3aK>fcpa, accuracy

certainty, certainness; truth; MamcMavumecKaa, mathematical certitude; h ue pi/namcb


aadmuxo uaaihcmiU, I do not guarantee the cer-

glance;

-Haa,

the thing is likely or probitacAibduuKh, heir-presumptive.


Bipyiomiii, adj. s. m. believer.
BipiOH^iS^, adj. credent; - mee nucb.MO, procu-

eew,b dooo.ibito

able enough;

subject, allegiance.

of

B-BTE

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tainty or the truth of this news.


CJiyia,
B-BpHBjfl, adj. faithful, loyal; true;
faitliful servant; ubunb -hmmi. ceocMij ciooi/, cootiMo oCibman'tHMh, to be true to one's word, to one's
promises: -huh naMHiiib^ retentive memory; xpaopuii u punapb, valiant and true knight; doOpan
u -Haa c.iyM6a, good and loyal service; sure;

ration, power of attorney; I coi. letter of credence,


letter of credit.
BiicucxBiu, adj. which weighs much, weighty.

Biicnxb, B-BUiHBaxb, v. a. to weigh, weigh out:


- uiaxb co noxodo.Ho, to make a good
weight; v. n. to weigh, have weight; -ca, v. p.
to scale;

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;]

weighed:

to be

^jar^ p. K-bUieHHiiifi.
B'CCUiii, adj. weighty; -KO, adc.
tily.
BbcKocxb, s. f. weight, heaviness, ponderability,
weightiness.
BtcoBoe, adj. s. n. dues for the use of official
li

;;

scales.

positive;

certain,

nothing
o'ieHb
iljust,

is

Htbtuo

Huueto

so sure as death;

- Hie

CMeptnu,

y smoio xupypia pyna

surgeon has a very steady hand;


right, correct, exact; Btpn-Be cKasaim, to

-Ha,

this

-Hwe

encu, just scale;


pa3CHe7Hh, correct reckoning: 3ff^Kz., right sound:
uMibmbc.iyxh^ to have a good, correct ear; uMnnib
Hoe noHfimie o HCMh Hu6ydb, to have a just idea
of a thing; dtnu uacu - hh, that watch is right;
a 3Hato dinu lOh - naro ucmoHHUKa, I know that
from good authority; -Hoe do ;:fl3rtie.r6c?eo, certain,
sure proof; dapuuio, a sure profit; cvewt?., correct
account; s. the faithful; npusueamb - HKixt na
Mo.iumey, to call the faithful to prayer.
BtpHaKi., s. m. Ha Ka, adv. see Hauip-

say more justly, correctly;

-Baa

B'fecoBott, adj. of scales, ponderal;


weighable, sold by weight;

scale:

j|

ji

postage (of letters).


B'fecoumHKi., s. m.
-m,Hiift, adj.

-Bua

docKo,
denbiu,

weigh-houseman;

weigher,

Ij

BicoK-b,
ters);

pjl.

s.

m. plummet, plumb-line (of carpenweights,

B'feCKH,

pair

of

weights;

.MOHemnue -CKH, money scale.

BtcoMOCXb,

s. f.

ponderability.

ponderable, v.'eighable.
BtcxMMO, adv. pop. indeed, certainly, surely.
BicxHMuft, adj. pop. known, true, certain.
BicxHHKi., s. III. -uHii,a, s.f. messenger, bearer
B']&coubiiJ[, adj.

of news.

BtcxoBofi, adj. of signal, who gives the signal;

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Hana.
BipoBaHie, s. n. belief, believing,
BipoBiiTeaB, s. m. believer.

-Baa

nyuiKa, alarm-gun, sign&l-gnQ-.oucmpJb.to,


gun;KO.iOKO.ih, alarm-bell, warning-bell;
s. m. an orderly, orderly sergeant: orderly soldier.
BtcxoBni.HK'b, s. m. -ii;uii,a, s. f. newsmonger,
tell-tale; messenger: s. m. bird, secretary-bird.
B'fecxb, s.f. dim. B-icxouKa, piece of news, news,

alarm

li

creed.

I]

Ij

B-BpoBaxfc, V. n. to believe; So Eoia, to believe


padocmnaH,
in God; - pyw eo eduuaio lioia Omna, I believe tidings; intelligence; rumour, veiwrt;
or news:
in God the Father; 6.iaoweHh, umo -pyex-b, blessed joyous news; .iomchuh b-bcxh, false tidings
nponacmb 6e3b bbcxb, to disappear without leaving
is he who believes.
B'fepoHcnoB-B;i;aHie, s. n. confession of faith, a trace; dannie .unib o ceoib BBCTOUKy, let me
hear from you; ouim na -cxax-b, to be orderly.
creed, religion: ceo6oda -Hia, religious liberty.
30to weigh;
B'fcC'b, s. in. weight; uMibnib
Btpo-ioMen,!., s. m. - JOMEa, s. f. perfidious
.loma, gold-weight; npodaeanib na, to sell by
man or woman, traitor or traitress.
BtpoaoMnHft, adj. perfidious, disloyal, treach- weight; u.Htbnib ho.xhuu, to bear down the
weight; noKynamb na so.ioma, to buy at an
erous; false-hearted; -ho, adr.ly.
BtpoaoMCTBO, s. n. - aoMHOCTb, s. f. perfidy, extravagant price; eio c.iosa u.\i7bK>inb oo.ibvwu
his words are of great weight; importance, contreachery; false-heartedness.
sequence; He.ioeibKb cb BBCOMi., a man of imporB'fepoaoMCTBOBaTB, V. n. to act perfidiously.
BtpooTCTvnHHK'B, s.m. -HHn,a, s. f. apostate, tance, of some weight; npudaeambc.ioea.Ho, to
renegade; forsaker of religion; sectarian; -hh- give much importance to some words; ydnAbnuh,
BicOM'b, adv. by weight, in
specific gravity;
lecKift, adj.
B'fepooTcxynHHqecTBo, s. n. apostasy; -cxyn- weight; pu6a bbcomi. ot, dea (pymna, a fish
weighing two pounds.
HBid, adj. apostate; recreant.
B*CH, A\ in. pi. dim. BtcoiKH, balance, scales,
B'iipo^o;^66ie, s. n. verisimilitude, likelihood.
eaionB'fepouo;i;60Hijfi[, adj. likely, probable; - ho, pair of scales; weights, a pair of weights;
icue, weigh-bridge, wtighing-machine; decHviuMadv. probably.
B'feponponoBT4;i;aHie, s. n. preaching the Gospel. nuey decimal balance; npyjwiiHuue, springbalance, spring-yard; uyocmeume.ibuue--., sensibleB'feponponoBii.^HHK'i., s.in. missionary.
BtpoxepHMMOCTb, s. f. religious toleration; balance; oojHutiOdue K.ieiiMeHue, adjusting-weight;
cmpib.iKa y -coB-b, turn of the scale; cmopoMcoKb,
toleration.
lanu.ib y -coBi., trial of a balance; navia -coBt,
B'i^poxepnuMiiiJt, adj. tolerant.
scale; uaK.toiuinib nauiy -coBi, to turn the scale:
Bipoyienie, s. n. religious doctrine, sect.
i:oj)OMUc.io y -coB'b, scale-beam; astr. Balance,
BtpoyiHxeab, s. m. religious teacher.
i,

j,

ij

i,

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f,

ij

ji

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Btpoaxie,

s.

amo uaatbcmie
- xia, that news

n. credence, credit;

He aacjiyMtieaenih nuKUKOto
deserves no credit, is not worthy

of

credit;

ij

Scale, I/ibra (constellation).

BiiXBuaa,

s.f.

branch, bough, iyi\g;\hut. atra-

gene.

BtxBHCXbift,

probability.

adj.

branchy,

twiggy,

Bt.poaxHO, V. i7>ip. proba])ly, apparently, likely; ramose.


B'txBb,
om amo cdtb.iaemo, probably he will do it.

BtpoaxHOCXb,
no eceu - cxn, in

s.f. proliability, plausibleness;


all probability, iu all appear-

ance.

BtpoaxHbiflj adj. probable, likely, plausible;


- Eoe npednoAOMciiie, probable supposition; ama

ramous,

dim. aixKa, BixoiKa, twig,


s. f.
Hiodnan, a
o.iuoKOoaH, olive-branch;
bunch of berries; /voda, a branch of the family;

branch;
[:

ramification.
of twigs, of branches.

jice.Mb3H0u dopoiu, branch-line:

BBXBaHbitt,

ad),

Bijxep-b, Biixp'-b,

made
s.

;]

m. dim. BtxcpoKi., Btie-

B-BTK

north
ctbeepnuu
po^eKX, -wind, breeze;
the
wind; n-MHuh south wind; noduuMaemcH
,

dyevn,

ceuinemh, the wind blows,


whistles; eiberm -poKTb, it blows a light breeze;
paaeibeambca, HocumwH no -Tpy, to flutter in the
driftstrong breeze; cujuhuu
wind; cenoiciu
the
it is very windy,
wind; Ha deopih ciiJiiHuii
wind is very high out of doors; ck603hou, draught;
a settled
trade-wind; nocmoHnnuu
naceamHua
wind; npomueHuu, dead, foul wind; naut. headfavourable, fair wind; naut.
wind; nonijinHuu
npomueubie BBxpEJ, contrariety of winds; 6okooaKuimaih, a quarter wind;
aoU
a side wind;
east wind; nuaoeuu
cross-wind; eepxoeuu
westerly wind; no^^ -xpoMi., leeward; udinu no
-Tpy, to have a leading, a fair wind; udmu
npomudo -xpa, to hunt against the wind; npn xpy,
--Tpy, depotcariih 6jiuoKe
depjicueaiuhCH
to work to windward, to sail near the wind; 6umh
ua "I'p'fe y dpyiaio Kopao.ia, to have or get the
weather-gage; dmorm ocnipoeb dujin, y uacb na
-Tpi, that island was windward of us; dmovn
ocmpoai) 6u.ib y uaco nodh - xpoMx, we were
windward of that island; BixpHj pi. med. wind,
flatulence (in tlie stomach); itcnyci:amb xpiJ, to
break wind; fij. volatile man; fiy. loaopiimh
Ha
to speak at random, to talk idly; cioea, CKa-

wind

rises;

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BiiHOCXB, s. f.
BiiHHft, adj.

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he is
idle talk; y neio 67, lOJioen
very thouglitless, giddy; y ueio ace nomjio Ha
he dissipated all his fortune; mimcib, nodoumaH
BtxepKOMt, coll. a very light cloak.
BixKa^ s. f. dim. wattle; see BiTBB.
B^xpeJbHHE'Bj s. m. weather-cock, vane.
,

eternity.

eternal, everlasting, endless,


perpetual; oduub moM>KO Eoto -ncHi, God only is
eternal; -Hoe 6.iaM;eHcmQ0, salvation; -naa na.uHiUh, eternal memory; -HMe cnopu, everlasting
disputes; -Hoe dauMeuie, perpetual motion; ocydtcnib Ha "Hoe uaiHauie, to condemn to banishment
for life; ouh ocyaicdem ua -Hyio natnojny, he is

condemned to hard labour for life.


BbmaJiKa, s. f. peg, clothes-peg;

cloak-pin;
print, peel, printer's peel.
B-BinaHie, s. n. hanging; suspension.
B-BOiaxejiB, s. m. hanger; hangman.
B-BiaaxB, p. a. to hang, hang up; 6njibe Sas
npocyniKU, to hang up clothes to dry; to suspend;
Amcmpu, to suspend chandeliers; -ca, v.r.p. to
haug one's self; to be suspended; oua ecn^^^
-uiaexca ua w,eio, she sticks to every body, she
gives herself up to every one; part. p. BimaHHEift.

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BiiuaxB, CBBuiaxB,

see

BicHTb.

B-BineHie,

s.

n. weighing.

B^iii;aHie,
discourse.

s.

n. announcing,

B'^maxeJCB,
messenger.
B'fcmaxB, V.

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sauHUH Ha

Ba3K

II

-HUi^a,

s. )n.

speaking,

s.f.

speech,

narrator, speaker;

a. to speak, tell, relate, harangue.


Bin^ifi, adj. announcing, soothsaying, predicting;
prophetic, fatidical; | eloquent.
BtinyHTb, s. m. -yHBa, s. ;'. diviner, soothsayer,
prophet, prophetess.
BiajiKa, s. f. winnowing - machine;*' corn-van;

scuttle, sail.

B'ba.io, s. n. winnowing-fan; fan; scuttle; fan.


BBajBHHi^a, s.
winnowing-machine.
B'BxpeHHE'B, s. m. -HHn.a^ s. f. volatile man
BBa.iBHufi[, BiaxeJiBHBifi, adj. winnowing,
or woman, giddy man or woman, a puzzling fool.
agric.
winnowingBixpeHHii,a, s.f. hot. anemone, compana, rose- fanning; naa Mamuna,
machine.
campion, pasque-flower, wind-flower.
B-BaHie, s.n. winnowing; blowing (of wind).
B-BxpcHHiaxB, V. n. to be volatile, flighty.
BiaxeJiB, s. m. -HHU,a, s. f. winnower.
BixpeHO, adv. thoughtlessly, giddily; nocmyBiaxB, 1). n. to blow; emnepo Bisexx., the wind
nanib, to act thoughtlessly; I v. imp. na daopib
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it

blows,

it

is

windy.

BixpeHoexB,

s. f.

blows; B-Bex-B eibme^iOKb, the breeze blows; v. a.


to winnow (wheat, oats, barley); to fan, hummel
(corn);l~Gn, v. p. to be winnowed; j>ar. p.
B-BHHBIJi.
Ba;i;inHa, see BcT^HHa.
Baajynuif, adj. med. astringent; -mee jiexapemeo, restringent.
Ba;{aJiBHHft, adj. for knitting; -Haa cnuna,
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thoughtlessness,

flightiness,

giddiness.

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adj. windy; -naa notoda, windy


weather; -Haa Me.ibiiima, wind-mill; flighty, giddy,
giddy - headed, giddy-brained, idle-headed, idlepated; volatile; thoughtless; "iciOtfriKs, volatile
person; -Hbifl aiodu, hot. felon-wort, nightshade.

B-BxpeHHfi,

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BtxpenixB,
-H'iiexxj the

imp.

v.

to

blow,

wind blows.

be

windy;

i,yf>?V,
B'l&xpHJO, s.n. si. sail.
B'^&xporoHHBiit, adj. med. carminative; -Hoe
cpedcmoo, carminative.
BixporoHi., 6\ in. HKii, s. f. volatile man or
woman, weather-cock.
BivxpoM-ijpx, s. m. anemometer.

Btxpoyuaaaxejb, s. vi. anemometer,


Btxpt, sec BiTepi.
BbxpaHHKTb, see iiiTpeHHKi.
BijxpaHHina, see BiTpcHHi^a.

wind-dial.

BBxpauuii,

see

BirpenuH.

m. m.mjinsiy

s. f.

binder,

tier;

BasaHic, s.n. tying, binding;


KpiovKOMh, chain-work.

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knit, knitting;

BnsaHua, s. f. dim. -.jaHO^Ka, truss, bunch,


bundle, string.
BasaHsa, -;teHHi;a, s. f. mitten.
BasaxB, c. a. to bind, tie; to join; cnonu, to
bind or tie up sheaves;pJ/Ktt KO.vy Hu6ydb, to
tie a person's hands; to knit; ny-inu, to knit
stockings; -ca , v. p. r. to be tied; to be connected,
be joined; cuenu oh smou nbectb xydo Baacyxca
Mcmdy coC)Oio, the scenes in that piece are badly
connected; to tamper with; ouh jitoGumi -aaxBca
He Ob cuoe dib.io, he likes to meddle with what
does not concern him; to prosper, succeed; dn>AO
amo He Baacexca, that business does not succeed;
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Btxii,
naut.
f. perch, way-mark; guide-post;
beacon: buoy; stake, pole; rod; lath-back, tall
.s.

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and thin person.


Bine, s. n. common council
ancient timcs);\\ ^ncBoAy adj.

s.

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BtTpenHHaxt.
BiTpeuocxb.

see

BasaJBHj^HK'B,
knitter.
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B-iixpaiiHiaxb, see

B-Bxpanocxb,

knitting-needle.

'iifyj

--.^-.rai
:'"'^-.'!

(in

Russia in

j]

[\part. p.

itaitaHBift.

BaaeJB,

s.

m.

hot.

hatchet

BimHO,

vetch,

scorpion-

adv. eternally, for ever and ever, senna.


Uaaiira, s.f. dried spine of a sturgeon.
everlastingly, perpetually; ever and anon; OjinMcit!{:i3Ka, s.f. tying, binding; bundle.
cniGO ii.puoedHUX7, Oydeiuh
the bliss of the just
BJnuiitt, adj. viscid, viscous, sticky, glutinous;
will last for ever; ouiiceopamai, they are always
slimy, sloppy, clammy, swampy.
quarreling.
BauKocxB, s. /". viscidity, viscosity, stickiness;
Bli'iuoiiaMaxuuft, ailj. ever memorable, of
tenacity, tenaciousncss; clamminess, swampiness.
everlasting memory.

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BJI3H
BflSHUEi,

BHSHVTbj

s.

V.

oak-evergreen, ilex.
Bfl^'L; s. m. tree, elm,

kickshoe;

saltimbanco; jack

pudding;

ulmus;

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-30-

adj.
of a
screw-nut;
K.twvs,
key,
screw - wrench, screw si)anner.
Fa3r6.ib;i;ep'b, s. m. gas-holder.
Faaejb, *. f. zool. gazelle, gazel.
Fa-sexa, s. f. gazette, newspaper, paper;Ji-THHtt,
-

adj.

FaacxqiiK'b,

s.

m.

gazetteer; news-man, news-

boy.

FasoeMX,

s, m. gasometer.
FasoMexpi., -utpHxeab, -u^pi,

ij

jeHHbifi.

FaeiHHtt,

screw

Bfl3b, s. f. binding; band, tie; euonu npynnou


BflSH; sheaves of great bulk: \ marsh, swamp.
Bfljeubii^; adj. dried in the open air.
BH.ieHie, s. n. drying in the open air, in the
sun, in the oven.
Ba.TUTb, c. a. to dry in the air, in the open
-ch, v. r. to be
air, in the sun, in the oven;
dried in the open air, sun, etc.;\i)art. p. Bii-

-pcKitt,

,j

adj.^

Fae<iKa, dim. see FaiiKa.


elm-tree;

adj.

s.

m.

gas-

ometer, gas-meter.

Bhjo^ adv. drowsily, indolently, slowly.


BflJOCTb, s. f. witheredness, fadiugness; slowness, drowsiness; languidness.
Bajuii; adj. faded, withered; I slothful, drowsy,
slow; ciojs, languid, pithless style; ^e.^o0TbK^, an

FasoMoxopt, s. m. gas motor.


FaaoH-b, s. m. gazon, grass-plot, greensward.
Fa3oo6pii3HMii, Fa30BHji;Hili, adj. gasiform.

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indolent man.

FasoocB'fem.eHie, s. n. gas-lighting; gas-light.


Fa3onpoB6;i;Hbifl, adj.
- naa mpy6a, gaspipe.

n. to fade, wither; to fall away (of


maKh epenio, mno yiuti
flowers); fig. to droop;
-HTTi, he talks enough to tire one's ears.
BaxHpb; BexioTeHb, s. in. bird, wood-pigeon,

BiinyTb,

rA.^M

FaepcTBOBaxb, v. n. to play the buffoon.


Faepi, s. in. buffoon, harlequin, mountebank;

m. elm-grove.

n. to sink iu, sink, stick; 5 tpmu,


to stick in the mud, to sink into tlie mud.
BH3oa:ej;ii;b; s.f. tree, knee-holly, knee-holm,

BHAf

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Fa3opa3H6cHbitt,

u.

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om

adj.

for

fit

bearing

the

gas.

Fasx,
Huti

s.

in.

gauze (stuff);

fire-damp;

eece.isiniu

poMom,

eliem. gas;

pydmcH-

laughing

gas;

ring-dove; cushat.
rasoBuii, adj.
aaeodh,
gas-burner;
BHni;uie; ado. more, much.
gas-works, gas-work; -Boe ocdmmemc, gas-lighting;
Ban^iai^, adj. si. greater, superior; ko -mesiy -Baa cMo.ia, coal-tar, gas-tar.
Hecnacmm, to complete or to crown the misforFauBopoH'b, s. m. orn. daw, jack-daw.
tune; Ko -lueMy cHacmifo, for the height of
Faft;ia3iaK'B, s. in. 06s. robber, Cossack robber;
happiness.
soldier of the ancient Ukraine; -Maqili, adj.
BrccoHi, Brccb, see Bhccohx, Bhcci..
Faft;i;yK'b, s. m. heyduke (a man in waiting);
-yqifi, adj.
FaSKa, s. f. nut of a screw, screw-nut, box of
a screw; female screw, hollow-screw; axle-nut;
r, s. n. the fourth letter of the Russian
ring (of muskets).
alphabet.
FafixaH'b, s. in. vulg. string.
Fadapa, 5. f. naut. gabbart.
FaKadop;^*, s. m. naut. tafferel, taffrail.
radioH-b^ s. 7)1. fort, gabion; -OHHUfi; adj.
FaE'b, s. m. naut. hook; can-hook; hack (landTaBaHb; s. f. haven, harbour, port, -aHHEitt; measure).
FaaaHHXb, v. a. to scull.
adj.
FajiaHxepeiiHbili, adj. -HHa oetnu, jewelry,
FaBOTX, s. in. gavotte.
Para, s. f. orn. eider, eider-duck; H rara^ift; trinkets.
adj. liti nt/xo, eider-down.
FaaaaxHp'b, s. m. cooTc. galantine.
FaaanxHbitt, adj. gallant.
Farapa, s. f. orrt. plungeon, arse-foot, cargoose,
grebe, diver; mudsucker; -apifl, adj.
Faj6aH:b, s. m. galban, galbanum.
FaraT^b, s. m. gagate, jet, pitch-coal; \ -raroFaji;^-BXb, V. n. to racket.
BBitt; adj. jetty, made of jet.
Faaepa, s. f. galley (ship); napadnaH, galleyFa;];ajbiii;HK'b,
Fa;i;aTeab, s. m. divinator, foist; pi. -pu, galleys (punishment); -pHbi:^,
diviner,
>HHii,aj s. f. adj.^
fortune-teller; -mHi^a,
divineress, fortune-teller.
FajeiHHK'B, s. m. collect, flint, flint-stones;||^eoZ.
Fa^aHie, s. n. divination, fortune-telling; no conglomerate.
.lUHiHMi pyKii, palmistry.
FajHuaxba, s. f. galimatias, nonsense.
Fa;]^aTeJbHi>itt, adj. divinatory, fortune-telling,
Fa.iiox'b, s. m. naut. galliot, galiot, barge;
of fortune-telling; conjectural; -ho, ado. conjec-XHbid, adj.
turally, by conjecture.
FajEa, s. f. dim. -.lOiKa, orn. daw, jack-daw,
Fa;^axb, v. a. to divine, tell fortune; eh xap- caddow; brand, fire-brand; - JOiiii, adj.
KO.iouHaMU,
mu, to tell fortune by cards; to conjecture,
Fa.iaepea, s. f. arch, gallery;
-pettsurmise; ue dijMa.%i, ue ra;^aji, I did not foresee peristyle; Kapmuman, picture-gallery;
in any way.
Hbifi, adj.
Fa;^HHa, s. f. vermin; pojj. riffraff, rabble.
Fa.i.iHi^HSU'b, s. m. gallicism.
Fa;i(HTb, V. a. to foul, dirty, soil; to spoil; 0. n.
FaajOMania, s. f. gallomania.
FaJUouaHi, s. m. person prejudiced in favour
to excite nausea; -ca, v. r. to dirty or soil
one's self.
of everything French, gallomaniac.
Fa;!;Kiff, adj. (comp. raaie), disgusting, disgustFaJiJOH'b, Fa.ieHOE'b, s. in. gallon (measure).
Fa.iJiO(j()oCia, s. f. hatred of the French, gallonauseous; dirty, foul, nasty, ugly; odious,
ful,
phobia.
bad; nocmynoK^, wicked action; kg, ado.
ly,
Faj.io^od'b, s. m. a hater of the French, gallotiiy, glily- ,
Fa;i;KOCTb, Fa;i;ocTb, s. f. nastiness, odiousness, phobe.
Faajioi^HHai^ia, s. f. hallucination.
obnoxiousness.
Fa.tJioi^HnDpoBaxb, c n. to be subject to
Fa^.iHB!jii, adj. squeamish, fastidious.
hallucination.
Fa^Iji, s. m. reptile; i|/"t^. rabble, riffraff.
Fa.iMefl, s. m. chem. calamine; brass-ore; -eftFaepcTBO, s. n. buffoonery, harlequinade, harleHbitt; adj.
quin's tricks.
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Faaonajii'B,

^i

n. to gallop.

v.

in.

s.

n. galloping.

s.

FapKaHbe, s. n. bawling, squalling.


FapKaxb, rapEHyxb, o. n. pop. to bawl,
gallop; jieiKiu, hand-gallop,
eech Ka2ybep7,, sweeping gallop; clamour, squall; to halloo, hem (the hounds).

ra.ionHpoBaTB,
rajionnb,

^ap;^HHa, s. f. curtain, window-curtain.


FapeMi, s. m. harem; seraglio -mhuS, adj.

m. gallop, gallopade (dance).

s.

FajonHpoBaHie,

oo
easy gallop;
e3Mu.inmh .tomadi, npocKaKaoo -noMi., to gallop
a horse into foam.
Fajioma, s. f. galosh, galoche, overshoe; -oiu-

ji

Fapjieii.'b,

waHij adj.
m.

s.

- xyieKij,

dim.

harmonica (a mus. instr.).


FapMOHHsaxop'b, FapMOHHCxi., s. m. harmof.

FapMOHUiecKifi,
ical;
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Fa-iCTy'iKHK/L, s. m. cravat-maker.
Faacb, s. m. nant. tack (of sails); stretch,
board; cdtb.%avii>
to make a tack; noeopomu)>ib
,

dpyioii
,
to tack-about;
Fa.iTe.li., see To jit eat.

FapMOHHpoBaxb,

neck-tie;

neck-cloth; cravat; coll. sa.nonb, aanycmuuih aa


to be in one's cups; j -Tyquuii, adj.

ma.iii, tack-tackle.

s.

m. naut. wind upon the beam.


in. young jack-daw.

Fa.i^iftHOK'B, s.
Fa.ii>BaHii3au,ifl,

s.

galvanization.

f.

Fa.ibBaHH3iipoBaTB,

s.

f.

s.

v. a. to galvanize;[jj9ar^.

m. mil. garrison; ward;'i-HHbiii,

s.

adj. presidial, presidiary.

FapHHpoBanie,

cook, galouschka, pellet, small


(a dish of Little Russia).

dough

FapMOHiyMi.,

FapMOHia,

FapHiisoHt,
i/3Kiu

f.

Fa.i(|)BHH/i,'b,

harmon-

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s.

\\

m. mus. harmonium.
mus. harmony, concord; harmonics; concert, concord, harmony.
FapHeu,!., s. m. peck (a measure); \\^'Bn,0'Bhiiif

Fa.iyinKa,

harmonious;

harmonize.

n. to

v.

adj. mus. harmonic,


-ckh, adf>.\y.

adj.

Fa.iynmHK'b, s. m. galloon-maker.
FaJiyHij s. m. dim. -jivhiuki., galloon;
crown-lace; -HHHii, adj.

ball of

hot. bistart.

s.

nizer.

FajCTyKt,

m.

s.

FapMOHHKa,

[j

na

I'BAP

98

p.

rajibBaHHSHpoBaHHU^.

FapHiipoBKa,

s.

f.

gar-

FapHHpoBaxb,

v. a.

adorn,

trim,

to

set

off,

garnish.

FapHupx.,

m.

s.

loesduHa

garnish;

cook,

Co^

-poMi, beef with garnish.


-xypxi, s.m. set (of buttons),
FapHHxypa, s.
FapnHHCH, s. m. pi. naut. harpings.
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Fa.iBBaHiiBM'b,

s. m. galvanism; electro-motion.
Fa.i&BaHHiecEiiij adj. galvanic.
FajibBaH0MarHeTii3M'b,s.v. galvano-magnetism,

n.

s.

niture.

Fapniycb,

m.

s.

white resin;

tech.

-CHHii,

ji

adj.

Fapnia, s. m. bird, eagle-hawk; harpy.


-HHHfiy
FapnyHx., s. m. naut. harpoon;

electro-magnetism.

;,

FaabBaHOMexpi,

s.

w.

rheom- adj.

galvanometer,

Fapxx., s. m. print, type-metal; rapxoBHfi,


Fa.ibBaHon.iacTHKa, s. f. galvanoplastics.
adj.
FaJibBaHon.iacTHqecKift, adj. galvanoplastical.
Fapycnna, s. f. a thread of worsted.
FavibBaHOCEom, s. m. galvanoscope.
Fapyc-b, s. m. worsted, yarn; bay-yarn;i-CHHifi^

eter.

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FaabKa,

s.

FaJibtOHi,

-.leMKa,

dim.

f.

noKpumuu EasiH,

stone; shingle;
Hbift, adj.

pebble, pebbleshingly; -ae^-

m. naut. ship's head;

s.

adj.

Fapi^OBaHie, s.
Fapi^oBaxb, v.

|j

-MHHHft,

jj

adj.

Fapb,
^^-

FaHaRii,

m. hammock.

s.

FanaiuH, s.
pi. gaiters, spats, leggings.
FaMOHTTij s. m. gambit (at chess).
/'.

FaMHTTb,

FaMMa,
Fau'b,
row.

m. hamite (shell).
mus. gamut, scale.
m. noise, hubbub, ado,
s.

s.

s.

s.

gangliac,

ganglial,

fied.

FaHj^nKani, s. m. sport, handicap.


FaHsa, s. f. Hanse, Hansoatic league.

Hanseatic,

adj.

Facxpo.ib,

guaranty, warranty.
naut. jear, gear, halyard.
rap;^eMapHHi,, ,s. m. midshipman;
- HCKift,
f.

f.

ij

adj.

Fapj^CHln, s. f. hot. gardenia.


FapAepoOMeftCTcp'b, v. m. -piiHa,

,s.

/".

master

or mistress of the wardrolte.


s.

f.

wardrolx',

wardrobe

room.
tlie

s. in.

-mima,

s.

f.

keeper of

wardrolii'.

Fap,Tepo67,,

Faxb,

,s.

s.

Fjiy6ima,

.s.

m. wardrobe:

j;

star

(said of

an

(na

/".

-^Jiu), starring.

-(iHHtt, adj.

f.

FaynxBiixxa,

art.

.s.

/".

howitzer, howitz;

guard-house,

mil.

-Ch'i|i

watch-

bouse; -xeHHHfl, adj.


^a<^e.Ib, s. f. naut. gaff; -JbHuit, adj.
Fa'iiiiiKii, s. m. string of drawers.
Faiueiiio, s. n. extinguishing, extinction, putting
out (candles); qucncliing (f'>'c); slacking (lime).
FaiueuRa, s. f. slacked lime.
FBa.iTi>, .s. m. force, violence, riot.
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s.

raiuniiK'b,
FHap;^('en,'b,

s.

to

n.

a road (on swampy (jround).


dam, fascine-way, fagot-way, wear,

f.

FauiifiuTi,

Fap;^ci>60iuiiK'b,

n.

make

Hijft, adj.

adj.

s.

FacxpoHOMHiccKitt, adj. gastronomic.


gastronomy.
FacxpoHoMia, s.
FacxpoHOMTb, s. m. gastronomist, gastronomer.
FaxHXb, V. a. to dam up (with hrush-woody

secure.

Fap;^cp60Han,

V.

be slaked:

actor).

sea-wall.

.s.

n. to be extinguished,

wear away.
m. pi. naut. hawse-pieces.
FacxpH'iecKifi, adj. gastric.
FacniiCH,

earth); to
s.

N.

1.

fig. to tarnish,

m. naut. lever; handspike.


FapaHTifpoBfiTb, V. a. to guaranty, warrant;
to securei J)ar^ p. rapaHTHpoBaiiHUJi, warranted;

FapAtMb,

/'.

Hanse.

FapaHTifl,

raiueHbitt.

Facxpo.iapoBaxb,

FaurpcHa, s. f. med. gangrene, mortification.


FaHrpeHOSHuft, adj. med. gangrenous, morti-

FaHiuiiyr'b,

to skirmish.
smell of burn-

>

FiiCHyxb,

-acaTHqccKitt,

|1

\\

rattle, outcry,

m. naut. slab-line; crow-foot.


m. anat. ganglion,

FauaeflcKifl,

ij

FaCH.io, s. n. -OH.ibHHK'b, s. m. extinguisheiv


FaCH.ibHbitt, adj. fit for extinguishing.
FaCHJbmnKi,, s. m. -mim,a, .s. f. extinguisher.
FaCHXb, V. a. to extinguish, quench, blow out,
put out (a candle); to slake (lime); part. p.

s.

FaHr.iiii, s.
FaHr.iloHHbifi, adj. anat.
ganglionic, ganglionary.

empyreuma;

chem.

/'.

f.

FaHanyxi,

n. caracole.
n. to caracole;

guards.

m. haslieesh,

,sYe
.s.

Iiasliisb.

FaiuHKi.
m.

soldier

or

officer

in

the

TBAP

the guards; .le^^6^


lifetrain-bands; ^Bap;^eflCKift,
adj. -CKJiH n)h:i'oma, foot-guards.
rBap;i;iH, s. f. mil.
guard; ipaMdaHCKnn

rBcOp-B,

n.

,s.

f.

genealogy; pedigree;

i;

- jori-

'lecuiit, adj. genealogical.

FeHea.iori,, n. m. genealogist.
rcHcpa.iCaci,, -OaecT.,
m. mu.^:. figured bass,
art of playing the figured bass; thorough-bass

pock-wood.

,s.

m. Parsce.

x.

TEPB

Feueaaoria,

rBaaKOBoc ^epPBo,

99

FBUjauj^uun,
rB03;^apB,
rBO.i;^!!^^,
flower: pink,
uoniiiuiaji

^.

f.

londuc, nickar-trec.

or base.

Fbosaohhhk'l.

.see

FeHcpa.iHccnMycTi, s. m. generalissimo.
FoHepaaHxex-B, s. m. corps of general officers.
Fenepa^'b,
m. general;
oim, uiifjaHmcpiu,

dim. -;;iniKa, hot. clove; julycarnation, clove-gilly flower: dayxflake;


inj/pcuKCH
sweet-william;
s'.

/;

-Hoe

-i^^uMiiijfi, adj.
II

cloves.
rBO;^iiK'i,, s.

in.

^BOH;^II.lbHa,

s.

depeao, clove-tree;

.s-.

Kaaajieinu, general of infantry, of cavalry: -a;^iiHpaji, s. VI. lord high admiral; - a;^l,H)TaHT'b,
s. m.
adjutant general: - aHuiec))!,, no.iHbift

-hmh

iO.toeKii,

m. general in chief; - ayj^nxopi.,


m. auditor
- ryGepHaxopoE.,
m. governor general;
^Bo;^;^HTI,, V. n. to nail, drive a nail;|//(/. to -KBapxupjieftcxep'b,
w. quarter-master generinculcate: to strike on the head.
- Kpiircb - KOMiiccap'b, s. r,i. commissary
al;
rB03;i;ii'iHiiK'B, .s. m. bed of pinks.
general of the army: -.lertxenaHxi.,
m. lieurB03;i;oo<5pa3HBjft, adj. nail-shaped.
tenant general; -Maiopi., s.in. major general,
rB03;^o'iHnK'B,
m. nail-maker; nail-seller.
camp - marshal; - Mapiu'b, s. m. mil. assembly;
aaoodo, nailery, nail-raanu- -npoBianxMeflcxepi., s. m. master general of the
rB03;i;6MHBitt, adj.
factorj, nail-works.
stores; - (peJb^Mapma.i'b;
s. m.
field - marshal;
rB03;^&, s. m. dim. tbosj^uhTj, -^^okI), -;iio- -^e.ib;^u,eKXMeliCTcp'b,
m. grand master of the
iCKTb, nail, stud; pin, plug, spigot; uuaniia rB03;i;a, ordnance; reHepa.ibCKiii, adj.
6pycKonail-head: mopi~, rB03;i,aMii, nail-trade;
FeHepa.ibHLih, adj. general;
KOHcy.n>, the
eu'u, lath nmih
depeoaHHuh, peg, tree-nail; dowel; consul general; "Hbie lamainu, the states generaaepmeuHuhj rag-nail:^ d.in saK.ienKU, clinch- al; uimaoo, general statf of army.
nail;
KoeanHuh, wrought-nail, hand-maid nail;
FenepaabCXBO, s. n. generalship.
KOCDiuAbiwauii, hook-nail:
MamitHnuh, pwanoh, cutFeaepa.ibma, s. f. general's lady.
tack, tacket.

f.

N.

nail-tool.

..

general;

.s.

,s-.

.s.

.s\

.s-.

||

machine-made

nail,

nail:

copper-nail;

.uvjdiiuh,

vpneo.touuuil (fipaui(,y3CKiu, wire-tack;


plank-nail; ch KpwuKOMo, tenter-hook;

FeHepaii,ia,

mecoouu,
||

rB03;i;a-

Hoft, adj.

s. f.

generation.

FcHexuvccKiii, adj. genetic.


Fenia.ibHOCTb, s. f. genius, talent.
FeHia.ibHbiit, adj. of genius, ingenious; -ho,
adv. ingeniously.
Fenittj s. m. genius; spirit.
FeHa,iaHa, s. f. hot. fellwort, gentian.
FeorenuiecKift, adj. geogonic, geogonical.
||

^Bo:^;^aHHKll, s. m. nail-box, nail-chest.


r;i;'fe,
adr. where, in what place; whereabout,
whereabouts: r;^B-TO, ^;^B-.^H6o, r;i,t-HH6y;i;i.,

ecTb,

anywhere; in some
6h.io, wherever, wheresoever; r;i,ii .... r^t, here and there; ^;^fe e.ny
9mo cdib.iamb! he Avill never be able to do it! r;i;t
Gpouiena ui.iana, Tj^-k nepnamKa, here is lying a
hat, there a glove.
FcBa.ib^i.Hrep'b, .f. m. provost (in the army).
FereMOHia, s. /'. supremacy, paramountcy,
Tfl,'k

Hii

place;

r;!;*

somewhere,

6h to hh

Feorenia, Feoronia, s. f. geogony.


Foornosia, s. f. geognosy.
FeorHoexuiecKiit, adj. geognostic.
Feorpa^iinecKitt, adj. geographic, al.
Feorpa^)iflj

geography.
m. geographer.
Feo.TesHCXi., s. m. geodesist, land-surveyor.

Feorpa^ii,

hegemony.

FeeHHa,

s. f.

s.

Feo,T;e3HMecKifl, adj. geodesic, geodesical, geos.

gehenna,

-encKiii, adj.
m. assistant to an apothecary.
f.

FeseJB, s.
FeA, interj.

hell;

jj

detic, geodetical.
s. f. geodesy, land-surveying.
FeoaoriiiecKifl, adj. geological.
Feo.i6ria, s. f. geology.
Feojiorx, s. m. geologist.
FeoMexpa.ibHbiit, adj. geometral, geometrical;

Feo;i,e3ia,

hollo! holla! hey!

FeKaxoMCa,

s. f. hecatomb.
FeKsaMexp-b, s. m. hexameter.
FcKTapi., s. m. hectare.
FeKTorpaMMn., s. m. hectogram, hectogramme.

jj

FeKTOrpa(j(>iiiecKifi, adj. hectographic.


FeKTorpa<J()i., s. m. hectograph.
II

FeKTCiMTpi.,

m. hectolitre.
Feaiorpa(|)ia, .s. f. heliography.
FeaiorjiiKlci,, ,s. m. heliograph.
reaioMexp'b, s. m. astr. heliometer.
s.

Fe.iiooKoni.,

v.

FeaiocTaTi.,

s.

tn,

and

stone).

Fe.ibMnHxo.iorH^ecKili,
s. f.

adj.

nat.

hclminthologic,
hist,

FooMexpob, s. m. geometer, geometrician.


FeopriiHa, s. f, hot. georgina, dahlia.
Feoi^CHxpniecKlft, adj. astr. geocentric, al.

m. phys. heliostat.

helminthological.
Fe.iii)iuHxo.ioria,

sublime geometry;
descriptive geometry: eticman
anaMcmuuecKaji, analytic geometry.

astr. helioscope.

FejioTponH3M"B, s. m. hot. heliotropism.


Fciioxponi.,
s. m.
heliotrope
(plant

-HO, adv. ly.


FeoMexpuqecKiJi, adj. geometric, geometrical;
-GKn,adv. cally.
FeoMexpia, s. f. geometry: Hanepmame.xhHaH

helminthol-

blanzonry, heraldry.
m. herald, blazoner, armorist.
Fepa.'ib,'^Mu'ci;ift, adj. heraldic, armorial.
FepaHiiif, FepaHiyM-b, Fepanb, .s. m. hot. geranium, crane's-bill, pigeon-foot, herb-robert, stork'sFepa.^b,^^IlKa,

^^

Fepa.ibjiliiK'b,

X.

/'.

bill.

FcpOaplfl, s. III. herbal, herbarium.


Fe.iBMnopx'b, s. m. naut. helm-port.
FepOoBHiiKT.,
7H. armorial, book of heraldrf,
FeMaxMXT,, s. m. min. blood-stone, hematite.
book of armory.
reMnc(J>epa,
FepOoBijfi, adj. armorial: - Baa Kinaa, book
f. hemisphere.
FoMHCipepHiecKift, adj. hemispheric, al.
of armory; -Baa .ix.iijt, her. fleur-de-lis, flower
FeMopoftj s. m. -poM^^w, v. f. pi. vied, hemor- de-luce.
FepOoBbift, adj. stamped; -naa ^)/.waio, stamped
rhoids, piles.
FeMopon;i;a.iBHutt, adj. hemorrhoidal.
pajier; -Baa iiouLturta, stamp-duty.
FcHBapii; FeHBjipcKiii, see yfaBapt, JlHsapFep()OBii,it.nie, .<;.. see T epa.iBAHKa.
ckIh.
Fep(iopn8au,ia, s. f. herborizing, herborization.
7*
ogy-,

.-J.

,s-.

TEPB

100

rnpK

FH;i;porpa$iH, s. f. hydrography.
repCii, s. f. dim. repdnK-B, arms, coat of arms,
rH;i;po;i;HHaMHKa, s. /. hydrodynamics.
armory, armorial bearings; mpai/pHuU, hatchal.
FH;i;po;^HHaittHiecKift, ac^y.hjdrodynamic,
stamp (of
repda,
escutcheon;
ment;
imimo
FH;i,poiiexp'B, s. m. hydrometer, water-poise.
paper).
FH;i;ponaTHieCKift, adj. hydropathic.
repjiaHusM'B, s. m. germanism.
FH;i;ponaxisi, s. f. hydropathy, water-cure.
repMa()f)o;i;nTH3MX, s. m. hermaphrodism, herFH^^pocKomb, s. m. hydroscope.
maphroditism.
Fnj^pocTaxnKa, s. f. hydrostatics; -cxaxarepMa()()po;i;HT'B, s. c. hermaphrodite.
lecKift, adj. hydrostatic, hydrostatical.
repMeneBTHEa, s. f. hermeneutics.
FH;i;poTepaniff, s. f. hydropathy.
repMeHeBTH'iecKift, adj. hermeneutic, al.

\\

FepMeTaqeCKifi,

hermetic,

adj.

FH^^poxexHHKa,

hermetical;

-CKH, rtdy. cally, ly.

II

FH;i;po{J>aH'b,

FH;i;po(J)60ia, s. f. hydrophobia.
s. m. guide.

FHsanse, s. n. hue, hue and cry, hoot.


FiiKaxb, THKHyxb, V. n. to cry (in attacking);

;}

to cry,

heroism.
repd.ib;i;iH, s. /'. heraldic office.
of the
president
repo.ib;i;jieHCTep'i>,
s. m.
heraldic office.
herald at arms;
Tepoab;!;!,,
herald;
s. m.
n.

s.

|j

il

||

faddle.
FH.ib;i;ia,

.s.

;'.

s.

rexepocKiH,

||

rHMHi., s. m. hymn.
FHneKOjiorHqecKifi, cdj. gynecological.
FnacKO-ioria, s. f. gynaecology, gynecology.

.s.

FHHeKOjiori., s. m. gynecologist.
FHHea, s.f. guinea (^1 shillings).
FHHb, s. f. naut. wiml'ng-tackle.
FHnepoo.ia, s. f. rhet. Iiyperbole; \ math, hyper-

i|

adj. pernicious, ruinous, disastrous,

-ho, adw. ly.

j;/"i^.

tractable,

pliable,

yielding;

-bly,-ply,-ly.
Thokocxb, s.

,1

p.

/'.

adj.

rsHMsx., s. m. arch, cornice; moulding; screed;


r3UM.30BMft, adj.
rnOeaB, /'. loss; wreck (of a vessel); I perditjon,
ruin, destruction; break-neck; dypnou coeiwm 6u.ii
eio ru6e.ii.io, bad advice caused his ruin: great
number; Hapod>j, an immense crowd of people.

rKdKiff, adj.

^HJIb7^eficKifi, adj.

Hymen; ij^oe*. union,


marriage; wedlock.
FHiiaasHCT'b, .s. m. scholar of a gymnasium.
FHMHasia, s. f. gymnasium; J -HasfeieCKitt, adj.
FHMHacxHKa, s. gymnastics; -HaCTiiqecKift,
adj. gymnastic.

li

;,

||

Greek rH.lbOXHHSipOBaHHHtt,
FHMeHeii, s. m. myth.

Heteroscii.

rHOeabHHii,

guild;

il

m. hetarism, hetairism.
Heteroscians,
geojr.
s. m.
pi.

TeTMaHCTBO, s. n. hetmanship.
rexMaHt, s. m. hetman; \ -HCKitt,

/'.

FnabOXMHapoBaHie, s. n. guillotinement.
FHjboxHHiipoBaxb, V. a. to guillotine; l\part.

courtesan.

rexepnaMTE.,

s.

FH.ibsa, 5. /". case (of a rocket, of a cigarette).


FH.iboxiiHa, s.f. guillotine; -HHHii, adj.

repn,orHHfl,
duchess.
repu,orcKift, adj. ducal.
repn,orcTBO, s. n. duchy, dukedom.
repniOrt, s. m. duke.
Texepa, s. f. hist. Hetsera, Hetaira,

baleful, fatal;

whoop.

Fuktj, s. m. pitch and tar; residue of coal-tar;


naut. ma-n-boom; thkh, winding-tackle; cry in
attacking (of Cossacks).
fiddleFn.ib, s. f. orn. redtail; nonsense,

-;^CKifi, adj.

11

opal; hydro-

Fh;i,i.,

heroine.
FepottCKift, -poiiiecKiff, adj. heroic, heroical;
-leCKaa no'dMa, heroic poem; -ckh, adiJ. cally,
s. f.

-ly.
,
FepofiCTBO,

min. aqueous

phane.

Fcpoff, s. in. hero.


repoiisM'B, s. m. heroism.

repoHHH,

hydrotechnics.

s. f.

m.

s.

bola.

supple, flexible, pliant;


6oi. virgate; -ko, ado.

bolical;

jmancy,

boloid.

i|

FnaepdoJiiiiecKifi,
ii

adj.

hyperbolic,

hyper-

"CKH, ady. cally, ly.

FunepdojoHjii'b, s.m. hypo'rbolic conoid, hyperf.

flexibility,

pliability,

Fnnepdoneei^i., s. m. liyperborean; -dopeftCKift, adj. hyperborean, northern.


FunepeMiH, s.
med. hypersemia.
rHnepxpo(J)ia, s. f. med. hypertrophy.
FuriHos'b, s. m. hypnotic state.
like.
FHiiHOTnaiipoBaxb, o. a. to hypnotize.
rnraHXt, s. m. giant.
FiiiiaoxusMT., .s\ m. hypnotism.
FnricHa, s. f. hygiene, hygienics; rnrieHHFanoiioxaMi., FiiiinonoxaM-b, s. m. hippopotalecKift, adj. hygienic; sanatory, sanitary.
FHrpoMexpiiieCKitt, adj. hygrometric, al.
mus, behemoth; water-elephant.
FHnoxcaa, s. f. hypothesis, supposition.
FHrpoiiexp-B, s. m. ithys. hygrometer.
FanoxeEa, s.f. hypotheca, mortgage.
FHrpoCKoniiqeCKifi, -^HUft, adj. hygroscopic,
geom,. hypotenuse.
Fiinoxeayaa, s.
Iiygroscopical.
FHiioxexuqecKift, adj. hypothetic, al.
FHrpocKoni., s. m. phys. hygroscope.
FHiioxoH;i,pHK'b, .s. m. hypochondriac, splenetic;
FHr'L, s. m. gig.
-X0H;i;p!iiecKili, adj. hypochondriac, hypochonFH;iiaabro, s. m. hidalgo.

supjiloness.

J|

riidHyxb, v.n. to perish; to pine away, wither


away. to disappear.
riiranxcKifi, adj. gigantic, gigantean, giant-

/'.

,1

/".

I'l

FH;i;axH;i;a,

s.

f hydatid.

dria:-al,

Hegira (the Mohammedan


Fii^^pa, s.f. bydra (serpent).
FH^pjiB.iHKa, s.f. hydraulics.

Fu;i;2i:pa,

s. f.

era).

opiam,,
FH;)(paBJiH<iocBi:ti,
adj.
hydraulic;
hydraulicon; -CKaa .Haumna, water-engine; mapaiih, watering-ram;
ucMeHim, water-cement;
Kpum, water-crane; -CKaa cu.ta, water-power;
npecch, liydraulic press, hydrostatic press, bramahpress, water-press; -ckoc koacco, water-wheel.
Fu;i,paxi., s. in. chcm. hydrate .aiMew, min.

brucite.

rH^porpa<K)uieCKift, adj. liydrographical.

splenetic.

FHri(xoii;i;pia, s-. /'. hypochondria, hypochondriacism, liypocliondriasis, spleen.


rHuiio;i;p6M'b, s. m. race course, race-ground.

FHiicoM'.vrpH'iecKift, adj. hypsometric, al.


FHiicoMOxpia, s. f. liypsomctry.
Fnnc7>, s. m. gypsum, plaster of Paris; plasterstone; nenb O.tn o6MUiaui riiiica, plaster-kiln;

anhydrite; riincoBUfi, adj. gypseous;


-BTjit c.iwnoKi., plaster; - Baa /?., plaster-quarry.
Fiinfop-b, s.7n. gimp, guimp.
Fiipi:a, s. f. a kind of wheat cultivated in
southern Russia.

6e30odHuii,

Ij

rHPJi

101

Papjio, s. n. estuary, inout]i (of a ricer).


rBpjflH;i;a; ,s. f. dim. -;i;oqKa, garlaud, wreath.

rapJAHEa,

s. f.

hot. bottle-gourd.

dim. rupBKa, weight (af a balance


door-weight;
or clock); balance-weight; daepntiH
riipfl,

s. f.

plummet; -pHufl^ adj.


rHCToaorunecKift, adj. histologic, histological.
\\

11

riiCToaorifl,

rHCTOJon,
FHTapa,

.<;.

histology.

s. f.

histologist.

s. in.

guitar;

f.

|1

-pHwii,

-Hoe

adj.

depeeo,

fiddle-wood.

rHTapiiCTi.,

TuTepcB,

-pHCTKa,

s. 7)1.

guitar-player.

s. f.

m. naut. scoop.
ruTOBX., s. m. naut. clue-garnets, clue-line; t/
6u3aHi(, throat - brail; eaftmi na -BH, to brail,
s.

clue up.

FiiiKa,
^ia;^IJ,

1\TIA3

to be very

indulgent to one, to connive at one's


KOio npomue^ mepcmic, to stroke against
the grain; fig. to contradict a person, tease one:
no mepcmu, fig. to smoothe, flatter one; -ca,
v.p. to get smooth, be smoothed, be polished;
^part. p. r.iaaceHHBift.
F.^a;^iaxopcKifl, adj. gladiatorial, gladiatorian,
gladiatory.
F;IaJ^iaxop'B, s. m. gladiator.
Fjia;i,Eiti, adj. dim. -;i;eHBKift, smooth, sleek,
slick, polished; slippery; polite; even, plain; flat,
level; waveless (of the sea);
no6opodoKn, a smooth
chin; -Kie eo.iocu, straight, lank hair; -Kaa
-Kaa dopoia, easy, even
.namepiji, plain stuff;
road; flowing (style, 6-erses J;;|spruce, well fed (dog,
horse); ch neto esHmKU rja;^EH; nothing can be
got out of him.
Faa;i,EO, adv. dim. J^eHBKO, smoothly, sleekly,
close-cropslick, evenly, plainly; ocmpuMeHuuh
ped; fluently, flowingly.
F.ia;i;EOCXB, s. f. smoothness, sleekness, evenness,
plainness; fluentness, fluency, flowingness (of style,
faults:

1,

^i

ji

naut. gig; outrigger.

s. f.

s.

astr.

pi.

f.

Hjads

Hyades,

(con-

stellation).

Fiajypria, s. f. hyalurgy, glass-making.


riaxycB, s. m. gram, hiatus.
rian.uHT'B, s. m. bat. hyacinth, crow-toe; hairhare - bell; .uyiuKamnuti , grape-hyacinth;
min. hyacinth; -tobmA, adj.
riena, s. f. zool. hyena, hyen.
rieporjiH$'b, see Ieporj[E(j[)t.
r^aBa, s. f. head; eo -b-b eovcKa, at the head
chapter,
of the army: cupola (of a church);
section (of a book): fig. chief, head, headman,

bell,

j|

[j

verses).

Po.iojihhh.

F.ia;!;*, F.ia;i;HMii, see Tojioji'h,

,j

II

\\

|j

superior, foreman, provost, principal; see ToaoBa.


rjianapB, s. m. chief, conductor, leader; ringleader.

FjiaBeHCTBO, s. n. supremacy, principalness.


rjiaBeHCTBOBaxb, v. n. to command, take the
lead; to be at the head of; to have the priority;
raaBHOKOMaH;i;yH)ni;ift,

adj.

s.

commander

m.

in chief.

FaaBHOHaiaJiBCTByiomiii,

adj.

m.

s,

general

director.

FjaBHOynpaBjaiomiftj

adj.

director

s. in.

in

chief.

FaaBHHfi,

adj. chief, capital, main, principal;


essential, paramount; cardinal, premier, primary,
prime; special; -HUMOb o^paso^i, chiefly, principally;

-Hoe

mo,

the
main, capital or essential point in this business
demame.ih, master-mover; lopodi, chief town,
\^\
capital; -Hoe ueniupa.ihHoe yupeoicdcHie, the parent
establishment; in chief; doKmop~o, chief-physician:
or,

dnjin

dtno.ha

KOMandup-o,

FJia;i;Bj

state:

li

s. f.

hot. laser-wort.

)H.

s.

a smooth or even place;, A'^. peaceful


muvtb TJ.h^hV)f to make flat

flat stitches;

embroidery.
Faa:Ee, comp. of TaaAKifi and FaaAKO.
Faaffienie, s. n. polishing, smoothing; satining:
ironing.
FJiasacxBifi, adj.
sighted;^ oculate.

Ij

large-eyed;

full-eyed;

quick-

Faasex-B, s. m. glazed brocade; -xoBBitt, adj.


FjasHpoBEa, s. f hotFJiasnpoBaHie,
j,

pressing.

to bear the bell.

specially; ca.voe

F-ia^Biiut,

F.iasnpoBaxB,
rjasHpoBaHHBifi.

rt.

hot-press;

to

part

P-

F.ia5jOBH;^KBiii, adj. zool. ocellated.


FJiasHofi, adj. of eye, ocular, ophthalmic;
epauo, oculist; -naa npu.MOHKa, collyrium: -Hoe

a6A0K0, eye-ball; the ])ulb of the eye: -naa enaduna, orbit, eye-hole; -Hoe cmeK.io, ocular.
FJiasoKii, s. m. dim. -soqeKx., bezel, bezil (of
a ring); bud, leaf-bud (of trees); ^ bot. eye: hilum;
(a
heart's - ease, pansy
aimniunu raasKH,
\\

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floicer).

F-'iaaoMipHHii, adj. -ho, adv. by the eye, by


by looking at or upon; -naa che.HKa, hasty

sight,

,,

sketch, eye-sketch.

jl

commander

F^aBH^tiinHM'b

FjiaBOxaad;
FJiaro.iaxb,

in

s. vi.

F.iasOMipxi,

the

s.

chief,

sight.

m.

measure by the

eye,

eye-

FjasvHi,
principally.

to speak,

cockney;

s.

-ayHBa,

m.

^\

f.

gazer,

gaper,
in a

rjiasYHBa (auHmma), eggs dressed

dish, fried eggs.

frontlet, frontal.
si.

6\

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oOpaaoMt, adv.

v. a.

-Haa onmeh

chief;

main-line;

trunk-line,
(dopcnu),
principal, foreman.

tell,

say: \part.

FaasypHXB,

v.

to

a.

varnish,

glaze,

lacker,

pottery );l part. p. r.iasypeHUBiii.


F.iaaypB, .. /. varnish, glaze, glazing (of
- an^ecKaa asOyKa,
adj.
enamel (of
pottery); frost-work; cover-plate;
glagolitic alphabet.
Faaro.iXj s. m. word; gram, verb; - JBHHili; teeth).
Faas-B, .t. 7)1. dim. raaaoEi., -so'ieKi., eye;
adj. gram, verbal, of the verb.

p.

enamel

raarojaHHufi.
FaaroaHiccKifi,

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ii

Faar6.ibj s. wt. Slavonian name of the letter F;


crane (of a machine); gibbet, gib, gallows, crook;

dypuoii

evil

raaaaHU,

eudHwiu ceou.u
.M0Me))io
ue
eye-witness;
cn.ibHato co)b))ia, much light
coudih))ie.ib,

eye;

evidence,

i,

ciuxuKOMb

fcwiM. ^scaffolding - pole.


Fjia;i;HJiKa, s. f. stamp, die.
Fjia;i,H.io, .. n. tech. polisher, polishing-stone,
burnisher, glazing-barrel: sleek-stone.

obtitecmu

m. planisliing-hammer.
Fjia;^H.iBHi>ifi, adj. polisliing, smoothing.
Fja^ii.iBm.HK'B, s. m. -muAa, s. f. polisher,
smoother.
r.ia;i;HXB, v. a. to smooth, polish, make level,

eunynumb

li

FJIa;^HaI.HHK1>,

s.

glaze; to plain; to planish; to press; to iron (linen);


cooa^y, to stroke a
soothe, caress, stroke;
i|to
dog; KOiO no lOAoen, to stroke on the head: fig.
,

overpowers the
eyes;
.Hiin

pTbMem-o,

ceodiinib

eye;

ct,

ua abiKamih, goggle
raasjiMn, bright-eyed;

raaaa

6.iecmji'inu.HU

cb

raasja, my eyes smart;


gloat; ne cnycKamt, ne
not to lose sight of a person:

oKMevn

r-iaaa,

kow,

to

nodamb aiiauh raasauu, to give, to tip one a wink:


nycKumb KO.uy nu.ib oh r.iaaa, to tlirow dust into
of a person; dn.iamb, cmpnumb KO.vy
to give sweet looks; to cast a sheep'seye on, upon; to ogle; to smicker; 6b r.iasa, to
the face of; Cpocambca 6b raaaa, to be obvious

the

eves

r.ia;jKn,

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or visible to every one; to fly in the face; to hit


the sense of sight; to ^be as clear as day; oino
6pocuAoch MH)h eh r^iaaa, it attracted my sight;
ypoHumh Koto ei ubuxb r.iasax'B, to lower one in

rjiyB

ground;

uem,

-xan noma,

clay-ground, clay-land; cta-

argillite; slate-clay; .Maj3?e.i6, marl.

s. m. min. alumin, alumina.


fJiMHOBaa'B, s. m. clay-treader or kncader.
rjiHHOBa.ii.Ha,
f. clay-trough.
rjiUHOseMHbift, adj. aluminous; ^)M0K5, alum-

FjiHHittj

somebody's opinion; oiuKpumb komij r.iaaa, to


undeceive one, remove the film from the eyes;
UMibMb MficAHHue T.iaaa, to have a la,nguishing, curd.
FjinHOseMt, s. m. chem. alumin, alumina, alumloving look; y neio r.ia3a nod6iimu, his eyes are
black and blue; y new r.iasa najiu-iucb Kpoebw, earth; as nAacmaxb, bedded clay.
FJiKHTBeiiHi,, s. m. mulled wine; d)bAamb, to
his eyes are blood-shot; cMompmm, lAsdwrnb eo
em r-iasa, to stare at, look with staring eyes; mull.
FwiHHaHbifi, ndj, clay, of clay, earthen; -Hafl
npo6rb:)icamt raaaaaiH, to glance upon; cMompume
earthen-ware, stoneeo 8C)b r.ia3a, look and see; fig. y ueio nab HMa, clay-pit; -Han nocyda,
ucKpu cbinAtotHCH, his eyes strike fire; yiimii 7i3h, ware, hollow-ware.
FjiHHTHKa, s. f. glyptic.
to disappear; ne Kaaaitib coouxh, ue KaaambCH na
FaHnTor})a(|)ifl, s. f. glyptography.
r.iaaa, not to make one's appearance, not to show
FjiHHTOTeKa, s. f. glyptotheca.
one's self; udma nydn raaaa u,adsmh, to follow
FjiHCxa, s. f. worm, belly -worm, intestinal
one's nose, to leave home without knowing where
.lemnoHHaH
to go; Ko.iomb KO.siy raaaa, KO.noinb niiMh r.iaaa, worm, helminth; maw-worm; n.iocKan,
dracunculus.
taenia, tape-worm; nodKOMCHan
to reproach one icith, to cast in the teeth; vie.uHO,
Fjihcthhkt., s. m. F.iHCTHHii,a, s. f. hot. mugxombdbiKOMi, it is pitch-dark; npoub ch rjiasi.
Mouxh! Ch r.iaat do.tou! out of my sight! away wort; worm-grass, worm-wood, semen-contra;
with you! get out of my sight! j3'"0f- c'- rjiaaii MopcKon, coralline, coral moss.
F.iHCTHuft, adj. of worm, vermicular.
do.tou, U3h cepdna oom, long absent, soon forgotten;
F.iHCToroHHbiii, adj. vermifuge, helminthic,
fig. eo3bMU r.iaaa ea 3y6u, consider the matter
well; fig. npomepenib rjaaa uMtbHim, to dissipate anthelmintic.
FjiHCToroHi, s. m. hot. santolina, santonine,
one's property; jjrov. nmo cmapoe noMHtiemh, moMy
eoHb, when sorrow is asleep, wake it not; ^^^'oo. semen-contra.
FaHCTi, s. m. see FjiHCTa.
CMompoKo, the
aceio etbpuibe u.iii xosaucjiih
(sou
F.iHH.epuH'b, s. m. chem. glycerine- -HOBufi,
master's eye makes the horse fat; pror.eudamb,
da 3y6h ueuMemh, it is above or beyond the reach; adj.
F.iHitiiHa, s. f. chem. glucina, glucine.
prov. y cmpaxa raaaa ocaukh, terror magnifies
F-ioCyCb, s. m. globe (celestial and terrestrial);
objects; i30cww.wa raaaoMt, with the naked eye;
-CHbiti, adj.
ua r.iasax'B^ na .MOUxh rjiaaaxi., in my sight,
F-iort, s. m. hot. bloody dog-wood.
in my presence; in my view; na r.iaaTb, adv. by
F.lo;^aHie, a\ n. gnawing, nibbling.
h'b raaaa, to one's
sight, by looking at, upon;
FjiOj^aTb, V. a. to gnaw, nibble, ]^ick;\\ part. p.
face, in the face; h eio oh raasa ue eudaji-o, ue
3Ham, I have never seen him; om eh rjiaaa Aotcemb, r.i6;i,aHHHfi.
F;io;t'b, s. m. hot. celtis, may-bush, white-thorn.
3a r.iasa, behind the back;
lie lies to one's face;
r.iOTaHie, s. n. swallowing, gulping; deglutition,
too much; n Kynu.ii 9mo 3a rjiaaa, I bought it
without having seen it; sa r.ia3a doao.ibuo, it is tossing oft".
F.ioxaTO.ibHutt, adj. deglutitious, deglutitory.
na
more than sufficient; cb rjaay na
FJioxjixb, r.ioxHTXb, ;;. a. to swallow, gulp,
adv. face to face, between two persons, cheek by
oculus cati, cat's-eye gulp down, toss off; to sup, inhale; Me.3w, to
jowl; tete-a-tete; KOiucmiu
.S-.

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j]

jl

|j

jj

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(a precious stone).
r.ia3iHie, s. n. gazing, staring, gaping.
Tjiaa-BTb, V. n. to gaze, stare, gape.
rjiaH;i,a, see JKe.iesa.

pacnycmumb -Ky,

vulg. to cry, bawl, brawl: samKuymb -Ky, to stop


one's mouth, to give one a bone to pick; -xoiHbiii, adj.
|i

m. glace silk.
FaacHCb, s. m. fort, glasis.
r.iaCHTb, r. a. to say, expi-ess one's self, declare.
TJiacHOCTB, .s. f. notoriety, publicity.
r.iacHUtt, adj. notorious, public, evident; jigrram.
Han 6yKea, a vowel; -ho, ado. ly.
TakcuhiA, s. m. member of the town-council.
uapoda, EomHI, the
r.iacb, s. m. voice; prov.
sound,
voice of the people is the voice of God;
tune, tone; .see Fojiocx.
r.iay6ei)0Ba co.ib, s. f. med. Glauber's-salt,
r.iace,

restrain or stop one's tears.


F.ioxKa, .s. f. gullet, throat;

s.

- oucK-b, mouthful,
F-ioxoK-b, s. vi. dim.
draught, gulp, sup; odunMh -xKOM'b, at a gulp,
at a single draught; ouopojicnumb odiiuMh -XKOlti'b,
to toss off; Oh doa -Ka, at two go-downs.
F.ioxnyxb,

v.

n. to

grow

to dry, wither,

deaf;
I

.i

reussite.

r.iayKOMa,

s.

f.

med. glaucoma.

r.iaiuaTaft, s. m. public crier, common crier,


outer ier, proclainicr, lidl-man.
r.iGT'h, s. m. diem, litharge; rJiexoBHft, adj.

fade (of plants).


FjiyOsKe, cojnp. of r.iy6oKifi and r.iiy6oKO.
F.iy6HHa, s. f. depth, dee]), bottom; profoundipydb,
profundity; .iwca, mid-wood;
ness,

no

l)reast-deep, breast-higli; HHcmpyMcnm^ d.iH )t3M)bpenin -hij eodu, water-gage, water-gauge; ehioecma
na -Hy oodu, to l)ring afloat, get afloat; ob -hb
dyuiK, in the bottom of tlu; beart.
F.iyfioKitt, adj. comp. F.iyfisKo, deep, deep"

drawn, jirofound; -icaH mape.iKa, soup-plate, hollow


plate; -itan nonb, dark night; oh -Kyw noub, in
rJiCT'iepx, s. m. glacier.
r.iHHa, s. f. clay, argil; lopniennaji, potter's the dead of night; -Kaa cmapocmb, extreme old age;
fuller's-earth; cijkho- -Kaa dpeanocmb, remote ant'\qmtY;mpayph, deep
clay or earth; oa.ui.ibuaH
ejOoxh, deep-lieaved, deepoa.ihuaH, fulling clay, fuller's-earth; oiiicynop- or full mourning;
HOH fire-clay; Hcnpnan, loam, unctuous clay; fetclied sigh; -Kan nopa, dead-time; -KO, -CoK?),
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moui/ui,

meager

KKpntciiiaH
brick-eartli,
china-clay; inpyfionnan
brick-clay; ifiap'fiopouan
pipe-rlay;
,cM)huiaHiiaji ch co.iOMoh^ (;ol)wall,
cobwork; (f>opM0tiaM, putty.
r.iiiHHCTUft, (nrj. clayey, clayish, argillaceous,
ipyiimh, clayey soil, loamy
argillous, loamy;

clay;

adv.

ly;

-ito ciidnmih, dee])-drawing.^

F.iy6oKOMiJC.ienHK!Xb,

s.

f.

-Mijciie,

.s.

ri.

profundity of tliouglit, profoundness.


F-iyfioKOMiJciCHHiaft, (/((/. of profound thought;
-HO,
profound;
ue.t'ooibKo,
a deep thinker;
,

adr.

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103

rjiYB
rJiyOoKOCTb,

s.

f.

depth, profoundness, profun-

dity (of thoughts).

r.iyOb, s. /". depth, deep, profound, profoundness,


profundity, bottom.
rJiyMHTe.ibHwfi, ltd), mocking; scoffing, deriding; scorning.
V.

to

n.

mock,

make game

of,

deride, scorn at, jeer.

r.iyM.icHic,

rnyc

r.iaHi^eBr>itt,
r.iaai^oBbitt,
r.iaHii,OBuTbift,
adj. glossy, lackered.
raaxb, y. a. irr. to drive, drive away, turn out,
chase, chase away; roaiixe eio omcmda, drive him
away, turn him out:
cmado eh no.te, to drive
cattle to graze; to pursue;
HeuptMme.ia, to pursue

r.iyMUTbCH,
scoff,

11.

.s\

mockery, mocking,

de-

scoff,

rision, jeer.

T-iyneuT., s. m. stupid fellow, blockhead, fool,


booby, ninny-hammer, simpleton, dullard, uisey,
noddy, numskull, wantwit.
r.iynocTb, .s. f. stupidity, stupidness, folly,
foolishness, silliness, dullness, simpleness, lumpishness, blockishness; nonsense, foolery; aaonaonmb KOio cd)b.iamb, to wind one into an absur-

the enemy; to float, convey in rafts wood); to


drive away, dismiss (a servant); to drive on, pursue
closely; to oppress, pursue, persecute; cydbOa eio
roHnx-b, fate pursues him; ronaxb, to reprimand,
rebuke; c/iem. to distill; -ca, v. n. (aa H)bMo), to
chase, pursue: to hunt; -ca no numa.Mh, to pursue
closely; fig. to run after, court, sue for; roHaxbca
5a nouecmHMU, to run after honours; jjr/r<.j)r.
(

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rOHUMbltt.
raettcb,

s.

m. min.

\\

gneiss (a kind of granite);

rHeficoBbitt, adj.

reecxii,

dity.

r.iynoBaTuii,

r.iynutt, adj. dim. -neHbKift,

fool-begged, foolish, dull, simple, absurd,


lumpish, blockish; beetle-headed; bull-headed: -naa
KHuta, a paltry book; on-, rayni. i:aKb npo6Ka, he
mere ninny; -no, ado.\y,
is a regular dunce,

stupid,

uUy, ply.

r.iyniaui'b,

m. stupid fellow, numskull;

s.

petrel, fulmar, storm-bird.


r.iyniiTb, no-, i\ n. to

grow

j,

orn.

stupid, foolish,

silly.

rayxapb, s. m. orn. heath-cock, heath-pout,


black-game; black-heath; moor-cock, moor-fowl,
moor-game: wood-cock.
Tayxo, adv. dim. r.iyxoBaTO, deafly; dully,
j,

obscurely.
dull,
r.iyxoft, adj. dim. r.iyxoBaTHtt, deaf;
.jmcs,
thick
choked (corn);
dark, obscure:
forest; -xaa deepb, false door; -xaa noub, dark
night: -xaa nojia, dull or slack season; -xna
OKOHHHua, fixed window-frame; -xoe .wmc?o, a
dull place: a by-place; -xoe okho, dead window,
black window: 3ff^K5, dull or dead sound; nepey.tOKh, blind alley: by-street; a no thorought-fare:
-xaa
heath-cock, heath-pout; hot.
me)iiepe6h,
Kpantioa, mother-wort.
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rayxoHliMoft, adj.

m. -Maa, adj.

s.

|i

deaf

s. f.

and dumb; deaf-mute.


r.iyxoTa,

*\

r.iyfflHTb,
stun, deaden
strike (fish).
r.-iymb, *.
place.

deafness, thickness of hearing.


to deafen, make deaf; to
a.
to
to choke (plants);
(sound);
f.

V.

I,

|i

v. a.
to press, squeeze; fig. to peroppress; -ca, v. p. to be pressed, be
squeezed; part. p. THexeHHuft.
raexeHie, s. n. pressing, squeezing.
Fhcxi., s. m. press, weight; packer's stick.
rHn;i;a, s. f. nit; -;i;Hbifi, adj.
rHD;i;HUE'b, s. in. bot. staves-acre, staphy-

secute,

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sagria.

rHH.i6tt, adj. dim. -.lOBaxbitt, rotten, carious,


putrescent, putrefied; worm-eaten; putrid; -.laa
lopHHKu^ see FopaHKa.
THHaocxb, s. f. rottenness, putridity, putridness,
|;

caries, cariosity.

rHnayuiKa,
FHH.ib,

s.

rotten trunk.
rotten
thing,
rottenness,

s. f.
f.

rot;

sap-rot.

THHTb,

V. n.

become carious;
raieHie, s. n.

irr. to rot,

putrefy,

grow

putrid,

to decay, corrupt.

rotting, putrescense, putrefaction;

corruption, decay.

raiMiecxb, . f. putrefactiveness. putridness,


corruptiveness.
rnijoiift, adj. putrefactive, putrescible, carious.
rHOCHic, s. n. suppuration, purulence, imposthumation, ulcerousness.
rHoeBH;i;Hitt, adj. vied, puriform.
raoexeieHie, s. n. suppuration.
rHoexo^iiiBbiii, adj. suppurating, suppurative.
FHOtt, s. m. pus, matter; (lOb lAajb), blearedness.
rHoii.THBbiil,

raoflHUfl,

adj.

blear, bleared,

jj

suppurating.
f.

thicket, thick (of a wood);

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dull

rHOHCXMtt, adj. purulent, sanious, full of pus.


THOUXb, raauBaxb, v. a. to rot, putrefy; to

suppurate; to gather to matter, to gather to a


r.iwCa, s. f. dim. -6Ka, clod; lump, block.
adj.
cloddy; head; to dung, manure (a field); -gh, v.r. to
r.iHC0BaTHtt,
rahi6nCTHift,
suppurate, fester; y new Liaaa raoaxca, he is
lumpy.
blear-eyed, he has blear eyes; his eyes run; |;2>r*.
r.ibi6o;i;i)o0'b, s. m. agric. paddle-staff.
r.ia;i;b, abbreviation of the verb r.TH;i,^Tb; pop. p. rHoeHHwfl.
rHOMO.ioria, s. f. gnomology.
Hiiueto nnmh, we look about, all is gone.
rHOHOHiiKa,
r.ia;^iiHie,
w. looking.
f. gnomonics.
FHOMOH-b, . m. astr. gnomon, hand (of a sunr.ia;i;BTb, raaayxb, v. n. to look upon, at; (3a
xtbMb), to look after, overlook, keep a watchful dial).
m. gnome.
FaoH'b,
eye over; 3a py^b, to depend on, lie in one's
Fhocxiikh, n. m. pi. gnostics (heretics).
power; fig. eoHh, Oh .ma, to be ready to decamp
m. gnosticism.
FBOCXimusMi.,
or withdraw; CKOOSb naAbmi, fig. to shut one's
Faoioiifl, adj. purulent; suppurative.
eyes to a thing; ob ipoob, on aeMAto, to have one
m. zo(d. gnu.
Fay,
foot in the grave; na new Heueto, don't mind
FaycaBiixb, see V ii y c h ti>.
him; r.ia;^a na, after the example of, in imitation
Faycapb, n. m. snufTler.
moio u ^.Ta;^M, always ready to; I fear, I
of;
FayCHXb, r. n. to snuffle, speak tlirough the
apprehend; moio u r.ia;iiu om, npifdemh, I fear
he will come, he may come at any moment; moio nose.
-Bbifi, adj.
FayciMBOCXb, s. f. snuffling;
u T^Hji^hj Htno OHo ne npudemh, I fear he will not
come; -ca, v. r. to look at one's self in the glass). snuifling.
FHycHOCXb, s. f. abominableness, hideousness,
r.iaaeu.'b, s. m. gloss, lustre, lacker, polish,
ji

il

.-;.

.s.

.s.

.s.

.S-.

water (of stuff).


TaaHi^cBaTb, -i^oBaxb,
Ipart. p. r.iaHn,6BaHHutt.

c.

a.

to gloss, lacker;

turpitude, outrageousness; baseness,


FaycHbifl, adj. abominable, heinous, hideous;
base; -ho, a(/r. bly, ly.
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104

roAH

uaedunrb, no cenpemy,
to bend, overhend, bow, curb, the same note with her;
V. a.
to be over- to speak in private; ne -paTe o6o emoMr, nuKOJuy,
AV- to oppress; A'^r- top6o,
whelmed with work; fig.cnuny nepedh Kii.m, to keep it private; useuniime, nmo -pM) o, excuse
Co dpyiOMo ue -pHMi.,
crawl before a person; Hff ceom cmopouy, to try my talking about; mu ^py^^
speaking terms; uyuib, to rant, to
to gain to one's side; rnyTbCH, v.r. to bend, we are not on
sdpaeo, to talk reason; aaiadKaMU,
stoop, bow down; to couch down; fig. to cringe, talk nonsense;
riddle; to speak ambiguously;
to
crawl; rnyTtCH oo ecrt cmopoutt, to turn and dHuiMUMU,
no^^ ycA,oe^eM^ ccKpema, es mauHTb, to speak in
wind in every direction; jj^rtr^ jo. rnyxHii.
rnymaTBCa, o. n. (Htb.m), to abhor, abominate, secrecy, to speak under the rose; npauo, omnpoeeuHO,' to speak round; .i -pro er.y npaody o^
disdain, despise, loathe; to hold in abomination.

TnyTB,

stoop;

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rHiBaxbca, v.n. (na koio), to fall or fly into


a rage with, to grow angry with.
rntBHTb, V. a. to anger, make angry, vex,
irritate, incense.

rH4B.iHB0CTB,

s.

irascibleness,

irascibility,

f.

wrathful;

irascible,

-bo,

|j

adi;. bly, ly.


TH'BBHBifi, adj. angry, wrathful, incensed, irate,
irritated: H -ho, adv. angrily, wrathfully.
rni&BT., s.m. anger, wrath, ire, rage, passion;
cKcoam, let it be said without
6ydb
e so
to incur a person's
vexing you; nodnacnib nodi
anger; noAOMUimna MUAocnih, to forgive.
rni^liKo, s. m. coll. bay horse, bayard.
rnt^^oii, udj. bay; spadiceous, spadicose; -^aa

MCicmi, sorrel.

him my mind

tell

plainly; I

oduo^ a dnAam'b dpyioe,

on him;

wrathfulness.

rniB.iHBHii, adj.

am severe
mo, umo dyjuaeiub, to say one thing and think another, to
look one M^ay and draw another; mo da, mo
ocnooamcibHo, to talk
utbrni, to say and unsay;
umo e36pedem"o Oo toAoay, to say whatever
sense;
comes uppermost, to speak at random; o anaKO.^^0M^ nped-'demn, to l)e at home at it, with it;
MHiKo, to speak gently; omKpoeeimo -pa, h ne
euoKy, KaK^ h Moty...., candidly speaking I do not
npaedy, nomepHmb dpyowCy,
see how I can...; prov.
'tis only truth can give oftense; -pa, do eceto doioeo6nda, a .MOAuamb dpytait, too much
pniubcji,
talking does great m.ischief; to pronounce, recite,
deliver (a speech, a sermon);^pibHb, to deliver a
speech; -ca, v. imp. to be said, be told, be
spoken; -pHTca, it is said; par*. 2^- roBopeHtjiaaa,

ne

jj

ij

jj

rH'fejiiOia.iwit,

adj.

-.laa

jioiuadb,

n. den, lair;
to nest,

rH'Ji3;i;HJHiii,e,

s.

rH'fe3;i,HTbca,

V. r.

roan horse.

haunt (of
build

HBlfi.

roBopKOMt,

thieves).

adv. speakingly.
talkativeness,
s. f.

roBopjiHBOCTB,

one's nest;

loquacity,

verbosity.

to nestle.
n. dim. rH'B3;a;HniK0, nest, eyry,
covey, nest, nestlings; couple; carp.
mortise, guin, top-hole, peg-hole; slout; pivot-hole;
[naut. step (of a mast);\^hot.crb.uHnHoe, locula-

rH48;i;o,

aerie, aery;

roBopjiHBBiil,

s.

l|

acZj.

talkative, loquacious, verbose,

chatty.

jj

\\

roBopna,

s.

chatter,

talking,

constant

f.

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ment;|lwei^. nidus; mee/i. seat, shell; 9ffn|)/!.wrto


KpiOKa, shell of a draw-hook; 7op.frt3to ouHina,
support of a brake screw; n2)edoxpaHumeAbHato
KAunaua, seat of a safety-valve.
rnisjiiHHfi, rH'!i3;iiOB6tt, adj. of nest; for a

prattle.

m. -pyHBa, s. f. talker, chatterer,


of many words; holder-forth.
roBopi, s. m. rumour; jargon.
roB-BJiBmHETb, s. m. -niHU,a, s. f. preparer for

FoBopyH'b,

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prattler, a

s.

man

j|

the sacrament.

ji

hot. locular.

nest;
il

rodeJCHM,

m.

.s.

pi. Gobelins,

ro66fl, s.m. hautboy;

[:

gobelin tapestry.

-oiiHEitt, adj.

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roB-BHie,

s.

FoBixB,

V.

n. preparation for the sacrament.


n. to prepare for the sacrament;

to fast.

roBaji;HHa, s. f. beef; flesh-meat; pydAeuas,


roCoHCT^, s. m. hautboy-player.
roBopHTB, roBapHBaTb, V. a. to speak, tell, mince-meat; I -Ba:Kii1i, adj. of flesh; 6y.iwHi,
talk, say; diimn HauuHaemh, the child begins flesh-broth.
ToroJib, S.7H. om. golden-eye, clangula; H A'^.
to speak; 7<rt mpex^ /isuKuxr,, to speak three
airs of imporlanguages; o kom^, o ^e.^, to mention, to speak xodumb -.lesii, to strut, to assume
for a beau; roroaiabout, report, name; umo om uii -})h, a h cmj tance; ttVprance; to set up
HBiii, adj.
lie oibpM, he may say what he likes, 1 don't believe
|i

him;

ForeaB-More.iB,

is

ToroTaHbe,

-paTt, it is said, they say; it is noised, it


reported; ue CjijdeM^ 6ojibiueo6T> dmoMi, let us

s.

s.

n.

w.

egg-flip.

cackle,

cackling,

gaggling,

say no more about it; Kjmcuo, oucoKonapuo, to gabble.


ToroxaTB, v. n. to cackle, gaggle, gabble.
talk big, large; nycmb om -puTt, he will have
ToroxTHTi, s. m. -xyHba, s. /'. cackler, gaghis say; kuko -paTi., as the saying is, as the
saying, the story goes; -pii eoo6mc, generally gler.
ro;i;iiHa, s.f. time; -;i;khu, s.f.j^l see ^ospeaking; omKpooeuHo roBopa, excuse my saying
o b ni, h n a.
so; o6^ ^moM^ ocn -pail., 'tis in every body's
^o;^HXb, V. n. to loiter, linger, wait, temmouth; muKh -paTT., people say so; nmo cmauymi7 what will people say? '-\)hnpaody, to tell porize.
ro;i;HXbca, v. n. to do, suit, be fit, be good,
the truth, properly speaking; ne 6yde.mo dih.iaxz,
useful; .?> ne -^^iixca
don't let us talk about business, sink the sliop; become; to be of use, be
yoii to speak
ofl^
omoMi He cmoiim%, it is not wortli men- maia, tooopiimb, it does not become
does this stuff suit
tioning; do not name it; that's not talk-wortliy; so; ro;i,iixca au ama Mamcpi/i"?
- ;i;HXca, that is good for
:nnomT, (fianmy, -piiTi. cci.mj sn ce6}i, tliis fact you? .mo nuKyda ne
na ticc - J^llxca,
recommends itself; oc)ko u mo owe, to repeat the nothing: that "is of no use; out,
ro;i;iixca, v. imp.
same thing, to ring ever the same chime; o(?^f?</J- he is fit for any employment;
jj

;l;

i|

speak ambiguously, in ambiguous terms;


6e3b o6iin/iKoeh, to speak plainly; ?:.iJK<r//^w, to
pun; je eaou.vi, lOAocoMb, to disguise one's voice;
iia o()yMb, na aoocb, na yiadh, to speak at random;

it

to be talked of;KOMnjiucom[ilimcnts to; to pay compliments;- (3o xpunomu, to speak one's self hoarse;
om -pHT'L coeejjiueHHO mo one, umo u oua, he sings

convenience, convcniency;
nunibu, potableness.

mMH,

to

sacmaoumb-o
Mcnmbi,

to

ee6n,

pass

will do; well.

ro;i,inHOCXb, s.f. a yearly space of time.


ro;^iinHMfl, adj. of a year, annual.
ToAHOPTb, s.f. suitableness, fitness, goodness,
serviccableness;

d.tn

r6;i;ubiii, adj. suitable, fit, proper, good, convenient, of use, apt; KT> MopcKou ciyoKdn, kj w.-

TOJXO
eaniw, sea-worthy;

smorm

scheme will not avail,

is

uAam nuKi/da ne, this


good for nothing.
year, one year old;

FoAOBaaHii, adj. of one


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nepe ,

n.

v.

live

to

stay

or

year.
ro;i;oBHK'b, s. m. yearling.
roAOBofi, adj. yearly, annual; perennial;

year - book;
anniversary (feast).

uadanie,

rojio

headlong, with might and main; fool-hardily; hand


over head; smo 6yuHajt , copeu
it is an unrestrained, violent, turbulent nature, a daring
fellow; cyMacOpodnan
,
a hare-brain, madcap;
OKumb odiioTo -BOH), to live single; nuCumb, pa36umb
Ha roaoBy, to defeat completely, to cut to pieces;
7ia
COOK) roaoBV, at one's own risk; nam cnnth
HJi - By, unexpectedly, unawares; y .mckh npyOKumcH, my head reels; my head turns round;
CHJimb ch Koio roaoBy, to put one to tlie blush;

^oxo^^,

annual

-Boe

revenue;

ij

Fo^OBmiiHa,

s.

anniversary, anniversary
annats, obit (for a

f.

perennial.

Fo^^OBaTb,

CKo.tbKO

\\prov.

cmo.tbKo yMooh, so

.lOB'Jb,

many

men, so many minds; ctijiemit roaoBy o eo.iocajnh


He nAanymh, when the mischief is done it is
To;s,'h, s. m. dim. TO}i,bK'h, -ji;6qeKi. (jjI ^o;^a, needless to unstring the bow; noauHuyto ro.iOBy
r6;^ij),
year; twelve month; ot,, per annum; w MCHh He cnnemo, a sin confessed is half forgiven;
anniversary
day;
deceased).

service;

il

Hoou'u, new year, new year's day; eucoKocnuti,


daa ^6;^a nasadh, two years ago; Oo
one year witli another;
xopouiiu u eh xydoii
in a year, after a
once a year; nepcai
j)a3o $0
year; no npomecmeiii, r6;i;a, at the end of the
leap-year;

na

es

ox'b ro;i;y,
the whole year,
all the year round; yepuuu, unfortunate year;
Komopuu da.Ho ? how old are you? MWb 32 r6;i;aj
I am twenty two years old; ro;i;H, pi. years, age;
MOAodue r6;i;Bi, youth; wnouiecKie ro^i^j the prime
of life; dnmcKie r6;i;Bi, infancy, childhood; e& cmapue roj^H, in old times, in times of yore; es .wow
roj^Bi, at my age; omdamb koio eh r6;i;iii, to put
apprentice for years; Oesi. ro;;y Hcdth.iH, coll. a
very short time.
year; cs ro;i;a

from year

ro;i;y

H.3'b

year;

to

Kpi/tAuu,

ua "-B-is xo7nb ko.h 7nemu, he is as obstinate


a mule; \eudamb koio roaoBOH), to place a
person completely at one's disposal: j w//Z. eh -Bi
KOAOHHu, at the head of a column; nodbiMamb eucoKO
ro.ioBy, to carry the wind (of a horse);'{\ caxapy,
a loaf of sugar, sugar-loaf;
(?nk., build, starling; .Maioma, forg. hammer-face; 6of. mandrake,
mandragora;
a\
m. chief: tpadcKou, mayor;
e.ny

as

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ji

provost.

FoaoBacTHKT&j

s.

m.

tadpole,

bull-head;

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roasiit, po}). see


roftj interj. liol

roaaB.iB,

s.

(a fish).
rojiaHji;Kaj
sailors when
rojiden;!.,

m.

Foahuh.
BJinE'B;

mullet,

adj.

long-legged, long-shanked;

grallic

order,

wader, wading-

roJieHum,e, s. n. boot-leg.
FoJieHL, s. f. leg.
roaeHBKift, see ro;iHH.
FoaeT'B, s. )ii. naut. schooner.
s. ?.

.vopcKoa,

aphua

whisk;Jl naut. sea-mark, beacon.


Fojo, ado. nakedly, barely, close;
Ji

jowl,

head, poll

(of a

head, small head (of poppy, of


pommel, pummel
\ knob,
(of a sword, stick);
y .leiiKU, rose; fig. best
piece; canoofcnuH -beh, vamps; npudtb.iamb -En
Ko canoiaMo, to vamp or new-front boots, to cap
a pair of shoes; 5i)6;ni/!6it -brH; hot. stinking
dead-nettle, galeopsis.
FoaoBHott; adj. of the head; med. cephalic;
y6opo, head-dress;
-Haa 6ojib, head-ache; cep-uaa .leuma,
halalgy; -Haa eeua, cephalic vein;
s.

f.

\\

ij

fillet.

FoaoBHa,

s.

f.

brand,

mildew,

ergot, blight,
darnel, tare, gith.
Ii

FoaoBOEpyacenie,

(fish).

FoJiHSHa^ s. f. nakedness, nudity, bareness.


FoaHKT., s. m. dim. roaiiioKX, besom, broom;

Har

FojOBHa.

;,

birds, boat-bills.

see

see

jole,

mugil a inn); clove (of garlic);

f.

nmiitibi,

Fojen,!.,

FoaoBeiaEa^ dim.
FoaoBHSHa, s. f.
^

canvass over-shirt, worn by


at work.
buttery or pantry under the
s. m.
s.

FojeHacTHfi,
ii

bull-head,
mud-fish; chub, cob, kasel (a fish).

poll, pollard;

fish).

floor.

- CTHH

FoaoBacTHfl., adj. large-headed.


FoaoBait, s. m. miller's - thumb,

FoaoBEa^

dijii.

ijjjop.

thick-liead.

s.

fire-brand,

blast,

smut,

fire-stick;

rust:

n. vertigo, giddiness,

hot.

swim-

ming; scotomy.

FoaoBOEpyacuTcabHUii,

adj. vertiginous, dizzy,

giddy.

Fo.iOBoaoMHHtt,

poorly; jia,

adj.

head -breaking,

head-

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heady.

splitting;

0.

II

FoaoBoaoMX, s. m. head-breaking or headFo.ioCopoAKa, s. f. apagon (fish).


FcioOpibxifi, adj. with a naked belly; - xia splitting work; hot. hemlock.
FoaoBOMoiiBa, s. f. rebuke; noAyHumt xopouiym
puCu, apodal fishes, apodes.
FoJiOBJi, s. f. dim. -aoBKa, -.lOByniKa, head; -Ey, to be finely pickled.
FoaoBooCpaaHUfi, adj. hot. cephaloid.
top; poll; pate; npudmu eh roaosy, to come across
FoaoBOpbai, s. m. cut-throat, bully, ruffian;
one's mind: ch -bij do noth, from top to toe; neck
and heels; cmo/imi> Co uenoKpumou -Boil, to stand blackguard.
FoaoBqaxBiii, adj. capitate, many-headed (of
bare-headed; pijmwcb -Bott; u7no, I'll lay my life
that; mepamh roJOBy, to lose one's wits; .lOMamb plants).
FoaoBaa:Bii, s. f. pi. forepart of a sledge.
ce6n ro.iOBy, to rack one's brains; 7ia.Hu.iu7nh
Foaorpy;^wfl, adj. hare-hreasted.
KOMy roaoHV, see HaMHJiHBaxi,; h daw roaoBy
FOdio;i;auie, s. n. famishing, famishment.
na oyncnHeuie, omothvaio -boio, I lay my head
Foao;i;aTb, v. n. to hunger, hear hunger, be
upon it, for it, I'll lay my life upon it, for it;
omennato -boio, umo oiih dmo cdibjiaerm, on my hungry, starve.
Foa(;^HPXOHeB'b, adj. augm. very hungry.
head he will do it; I'll lay my life he will do
FoaoAHutt, adj. dim. -^Ht'HbKift, roao^HOit; aadpamb cefm umo eh roaoBy, to get something
-i

jj

into one's head, to run away with a thing; oukuHymb umo U3i -bij, to get rid of an idea; e()umb
KOMy uu6ydb nmo Hu6ydb oh ro.iOBy, fig. to incul-

cate into one's head; y neto Kpibfinas, he has a


good head-piece; y neio cenm.iaH, he has a sound
blockhead; ^ c.m.Mn
thick-head,
mind; mynan
rojioBy, at full speed, like mad; oHepms roJiOBy,

BiiTwft, hungered, hungry, famislied, starving,


starveling; belly-pinched; ua -Hbie syou, for an
empty stomach; cmo.ih, pitiful fare, sorry meal;
wdh, a year of famine.
of famine;
Ii

Foao;^y.\a, s. f. hunger; ca -xh, being hungry,


pressed by hunger.
Fuao;^^, s. m. hunger, starvation, famishing; Ch

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";i;y, pressed by hunger; eo.iuiti, ralnd hunger;


the hungry evil, wolf in the stomach; ravenous
hunger; yMupamb Cb -Ay to die of hunger, to
starve; lunypeHHUu ";^OM'b, hunger-hit, hungerIntten; famine, time of famine; \\jrrov. ue ceou
6pavu, hunger will break through stone walls;

Jiyumiii

s.

FoaouflHEa,

f.

s.

f.

cunculus (fish).

roaoMaHHbiit,

speak or sing loudly;

to

n.

to

vociferate.

FciocjidBHOCTB, s. f. -c.ioBic, s. n. unfoundedmere verbalism, absence of proofs.


FoJiociOBHuft, adj. merely verbal, without
foundation, proofless; -ho, adv. without proofs,
merely verbally.
ness,

\\

FoJiocoBaniej
eeptnymj} -Hiio,

vote; show of hands; nodto put to the vote; to come to


n,

s.

darling;

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-OyiUKa,

.s.

f.

Fo.iyOaxHHKi., s. m. -HHu,a, s. f. pigeon


orn. sparrow-hawk.
FciyCaxanMaxB, c. n. to keep pigeons.
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Fojy6aTHa, s. f. dove-cote, pigeon-house, dovehouse, culver-house; columbary, pigeonry.


Fo.iy6aniii, .see TojiyoHHHfi.
ro.iM;i;B6a, s. f. coll. beggarly crew, poor
people.
F6.iBift, adj. dim. -.leH&Kift, naked, bare; in
a state of nature; ci> -.loio to.ioeoio, bare-headed;
ch -.iBiMii noiaMic, bare-footed, bare-legged; o.iaa
lunaia, a naked or drawn sword; -.lan iionuHa,
naked truth; Aeyicavtb na
upon the ground; -.iHa
li

bald;

ch

.loft

ae.M.iib,

to lie flat

unfounded words;

c.iooa,

- headed;
pure,
pure alcohol; poor,
KaK^ cokojii., as poor
.leHBEitt oxb, a aa

bald

tojioeoii,

.loii

unmingled, unmixed;

the vote.

FciocoBaTB,

my

fancier;

voice.
V.

m.

s.

dear.

eibmeph, sea breeze.


adj.
FoJOHorifl, adj. bare-legged, bare-footed.
rcionepuii, adj. featherless; unfledged.
FoJioCHCTiiiA, adj. -CTO, adv. with a strong

FciocHTb,

FojiyOinK-B,

my

hunger is the best sauce.


glazed frost, rime.
dragonet, lyra; Aupa, dra-

noeapi,,

ro.io.Te;i;Hii,a,

roH^

Vha^Y^h, s.m.dim. -.lyOoK'B, -(JoieKt, pigeon,


dove; culver; dragoon, runt;^^^'''"''''''
house-pigeon;
dtiicih
ring-dove, wood-pigeon; nepejievmuh , a
xox.iamuh, capuchin; jacobin,
passenger pigeon;
jacobine; flop;:?/5, pouter, powter.
FoayfiBTb, V. n. to become azure.
FojiyfiaTiiHa, s. f. the flesh of pigeons.

ij

2)rov.

cniqnnT,,

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\\

indigent, miserable; ro.i'B,


put to the vote.
as a church-mouse; j)rov.
FoJiocoBoft, adj. of the voice, vocal, plionetic.
rbjioch, s. m. dim. roJiocoK'L, -co^eui., augm. -JiBHBKMM'B Bon>, God cares or stands up for the
ro-iocume, voice, tone; ^poMKUM^ -comii, aloud; poor (expl.); hot. achlaniydeous.
FoJiEJuieBEitt, adj. pebbled, pebbly, shingly;
muxuMh -coMt, in a low tone of voice, under
silicious.
one's breath; eoaeuciinib , to raise one's voice;
Fcibimi., s. m. pebble, pebble-stone, flint-stone,
Kpimavih en eecb
to scream with all one's might;
tooopumb He caouMh com., see ToBopHTb; flint; shingle; copple-stone; poor fellow.
FojiB, s. f. nakedness, nudity; poverty, misery;
lOMnHuiiib
change one's voice; nomepH
to
a beggar;
poor people; U ro.in, pi. ambs-ace
-ca, aphony; ipydnoh
chest-voice; io.ioghou
falsetto, head-voice; e^ odum
in unison; unani- (at dice).
F6jiBKe.iB, s. m. arch, cavetto.
mously; >?t/<.s. part; tdm CKpmiKU? where is the
F6.iB|)uiTpoM'B, s. m. gulf-stream.
part of the violin? air, tune, tone, voice; cjiooa
FojiBTB, V. n. to become bald; to become poor.
Ha inaKou-mo
words for such a song; Kauom na
Fo.iaK'B, s. m. a very poor fellow.
mpa -ca, a canon for three voices; opiamiuu
Fo.iaiuKa, .see Fo^steHi..
organ-stop; voice, vote, suffrage, motion, poll;
FoMeonaTH^iecKifi, adj. homeopathic, homeoco6iipamb ro.ioca, to collect the votes; to put a
cally.
thing to the vote; uMiimb 6o.ihiae acv,xh uadnpa- pathical; -ckh, adv.
FoMeonaTla, s. f. homeopathy.
mejibuuxh -coBT., to be at the head of the poll,
FoMeonaT'B,
to be at the poll;
m. homeopathist.
dammiii nepeotbCh, pn>ma.ioiniu,
FoMepHqecKitt, adj. homeric.
casting-voice, casting-vote; coomname.ibHua
conFoMH.iexHKa,
sultative voice; eoh rojioca aa neio, all the votes
f. homiletics.
FoHF'B, >s. //(. gong (a resonant instrument).
or voices are for him; nyemtunb npedjiojiceuie na
FoHj^PKi., ,s. m. naut. gun-deck.
ro.iocii, to put a motion.
roH;i,6jia, .s. f. gondola; -.iBHHtt, adj.
ro.ioclfiMaHHuft, adj. hot. gymnospermous.
FoH^^o.iBepi., ,s. m. gondolier.
FcioycMtt, adj. unwhiskered.
FoHealo, ,s. n. persecution, oppression, pursuit.
Fo.ioinea, s. c. person with a bare neck.
.s.
Fo.iTeab, s. m. moulding-plane, cornice-plane,
FoHei^T.,
in.
courier,
runner, messenger,
ogee-plane.
harbinger.
FoJirCe.iB, s. f. bat. l)lue bilberry.
FoHHxe.iB, s. m. -mma, s. f. persecutor,
Fo.iyGeHOK'B, s. m. young dove or pigeon.
oppressor.
FoHioMexpiiiecKifl, adj. goniometrical.
FciyCei^T., s. m. Idue, mountain-blue; wooden
monument; a by-building (in a liassian peasantl'^
FonioMexp'B, .s. m. goniometer.
/t'(<j;
FoHKa, s. f. pursuit, chase;
MeoKdy cyda.vii,
Russian dance; orw. pigeon-hawk, sparrowhawk.
regatta; boat-race, yacht-race; float (of wood);
Fciyfiinca, s. f. blea-berry.
raft, rafting; distillation; scolding, reprimand.
Fo.iyOHHMft, adj. pigeon, pigeon's;
Fouopapiii, Foiiopap'B, s. m. fee, fees, honoranoMeim,
pigeon-dung.
rium, honorary.
Fo.iyOima, s. f. female pigeon, dove; see FoFoHopea, s. f. med. blennorrhea, the running
ji y (j H K a.
of the reins.
Fo.iyfiiiiHHKi.,
7)1. blue bilberry
bush.
FoHopii, s. m. ambition, self-love, love of self,
FojiyfiKa, s. f. my darling; .?C6' FoJiyGiiua.
self-esteem.
Fo.iyftKif, s. m. pjl. hut. columbine, aquilegia,
T'oHXiiiia,
f. arch, shingle.
I\)irroBU^iiK'B,
culver-key.
m. shingle-maker.
Fo.iyrtorjiasHtt, -URitt, adj. blue-eyed, with
FoiixT., .s. m. arch, shingles; roexoBoft, adj.
blue eyes.
-BiiH Kpwun, shingling.
Fo.iyCott,
ndj.
sky-blue;
azure,
columbine;
FoH'iapmi'iaxB, v. n. to be a potter; to exercise
watchet; welkin; dim. -(loniiTraft, bluish, bluey.
the trade of a potter.
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Fo.iyOi^ia, s. /. 2?/. meat fried in cabbage-leaves.

FoHiapua,

s.

FoHqapcxBO,

f.
.s.

pottery.
pottery, trade of a potter.

n.

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FoH^ap'B, s. m. potter; -pHuft, adj. -Han


neub, pottery-oven; -iHan mpy6a, claypipe.
FoHiittj adj. -i<iaa co6aKa, hound, harrier,

-naa

jowler;

ingly,

with

high

KibMb, to bristle

up

rop;];biHa,

f.

s.

hand;

-;^o

o6pani,ambCH

to one.
pride, arrogance,

presumption.
FopjiiaHKa,

hound-hitch.

C)/i:k,

rop>i
cr.

arrogancy,

Fop^auKa,
roHbOa, s. f. galloping; driving, posting.
f. a proud woman.
Fope, s. n. afifliction; grief, misfortune, sorrow,
FoHHTb, r. a. to whip ahout, round; Ky6apb,
to whip a top; see ruaTi.; -ca, v. n. to run in distress; wo, woe; fi anam eio, I know where
a race; to hunt; ue.iootbKb, -aiomiiiCH aa 6oiamou the shoe wrings him; om ucnuma.n, .hhow ropa,
.s.

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Hed)bcmou,
stealer;

3(1

6'ee

6oiamcni30Mh, foTtune-hnntev, fortune-

rnaxBca.

he has undergone many trials, he has bit of the


bridle;
ydpyienHbih -peM'b, overwhelmed with
grief; CHtbdaeMuh -peu'B, preyed upon by grief;
8b ropt, in sorrow; oHb ob Co.ibmo.m, ropii, he is
in great affliction; cnpuaamb cooe
to conceal
one's grief; cs ropa, out of grief, from grief;
prov.
He u3.Mcuoemb ci:opo, sorrow mounts the
pillion and gallops along with him; interj. woel
no6)bMcdeiiHu.Hb.' woe to the vanquished!
alas!
moMy, Kmo...., evil be to him that...; e.vy u -pa
.va.io, he does not care in tiie least.
FopeBaaie, s. n. grieving, sorrowing, lamenting,
moaning, wail, wailing.

mountain, mount, hill; no -paMi.,


up hill and down dale; .ledHnan
iceberg: /'jr/. immense quantity, heap, mass; ve.ioropoflj a very corpulent man; fig. ci/.iumb
Q)hK^
Ko.Hij 30AombiA ropti, to promise heaps of gold
to a person; .mamb, noUinii eb ropy, to rise, make
one's fortune; om udeim oh ropy, his shares rise;
cmoHinb 3a koio -poH), to defend one by all
means; y .sienH Kanh ch yi.ieub coa.m.iacb, I feel
myself relieved from a heavy burden; nupb -pofi,
a sumptuous regale; ^^roi;.cs -pott ne coHdemc/i,a
FopesaTb, v. n. (o ve.Hh), to grieve, sorrow,
HejiootbKb cs ue.iosfbKOMb cmo.xKHemcH, two mountains
never come together, but two men may meet; lament, moan, wail.
FopeJibecl)*, s. m. high relief, full relief, alto.Kwuii poduAu, the mountain has brought
prov.
forth a mouse; 3a ropaMH, beyond the mountains; relievo.
FopebiEa, s. c. coll. a poor wretch, fag.
He 3a ropaMH, not far, near, nigh; prov. c.nepmb
FopeJiMKaTb, V. n. to lead a miserable life; to
ne aa -painn, a aa n.ieHa.MU, death is always at
be hard put to for a livelihood.
hand.
FopeMMiHHit, adj. wretched, miserable.
Fopa3;i;o, adr. much, far (ivith a comparative);
FopeHKa, dim. see ropHHn,a.
more, a great deal more;
6o.itbe, much
6oiaHe,
FopecTHuii, adj.
woeful,
sad,
sorrowful,
much richer, far richer; panbiue, much before.
distressing,
painful; HaxoMcycb 8t>
grievous,
Fopaa;!,*, adj. clever, expert, quick.
-HOHi no.ioMceHm, I am at the worst; -ho,
FopOaTOCTb,
f. gibbosity, gibbousness.
FopCaTHtt, adj. dim. -fioBaxbiii, hump-backed, adv. ly.
FopecTb, s.f. woe, affliction, sorrow, bitterness.
hunch-backed, crook-backed; bunch-backed; camel-

Fopa^

no

s.

f.

do.ia.H7.,

.s\

|;

-Taro
backed; gibbous; buckle -backed;, prov.
Motu.ta iicnpjaaiimb, an inborn quality cannot be
eradicated.
FopOuHa,
f. dim. -fiuHKa, small hump.
Fop6iiCTMfi, adj. knotted, knotty (of luood).
FopOaxB, C-, V. a. to bend, bow; j -ca, v. r. to
bunch; to stoop; ipar^ p. cropOJieHHBitt.
FopCoHOCHfif, adj. hook-nosed.
.<t.

FopCyHii, s. m. -6yHba, s. f. hump-back;


hunch-back, crook-back.
Fop6yuia, s. f. sickle, reaping-hook; salmo

F6pei;'b,s. m. mouqtaineer, highlander, brae-man.


Fopeib, s. f. bitter, bitterness, bitter taste;
^fig. bitterness, poignancy.
ropH30HTa.ibHOCTb, s. f. horizontality.
adj.
horizontal; - Haa
FopHaoHxa.ibHuii,
ichnographic projection,
npoenti/iH, ichnography,
ground-plan; aopomb, wheel and axle; axle-tree;
jl

HO, adv. ly.

FopHSOHXt,
FopH.T.ia,

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-laeiRa^ outside piece

dim.

s.

dim..

ropfioKt, -CoieKt, hump;

hump-back; bunch, protuberance; hunch; \\pop. nape


see TayTb; fig.
of the neck; back; fig.tuymb
Ha.Hamh KOMy
to beat a person.
Fop6hr.ib, s. m. slab; naut. check or clamps

of a gun-carriage.
Fop;i;eaiiBoPTb, .see rop;(ocTt.
Fop;i;eauBMft, adj. proudish, fastuous.
F6p;i;cHb, s. m. naut. brail, bunt-line.
Fop;i;eu,'b, -^e.iHBeD,'b, s. m. proud or haughty

man.
Fop;i;HTbca, v. r. (utb.ytb), to pride one's self in,
upon; to get proud; to take pride in; to magnify
one's self; to bear one's self upon; to flush; to
overween; to stand upon one's pantofles.
yae.ih, gordian knot.
Fopji.ieB'L, adj.
Fop;;6BiiHa,
f. hot. arrow-wood; hedge-plant;
leather-flower, spiked willow, mealy-tree.
F6p;i;ocTb, s. f. pride, haughtiness, uppishness;
shine; ouh Gu.ib -cxbio ceocio ce.veucinaa, he was
the boast of liis family.
Fop;!;!,, s. m. Fop;i;6BHHa, s. f. hot. viburniim,

.s\

mealy-tree;

rop;i,OBbili, adj.
.J

F6p;^Mtt, adj. hauglity, proud, prideful, uppish;


high-flown: prov. -;^biM'b Boio npotnusumcH, God
resists

noa-

m. horizon; flood-mark;
heave in sight.

to

zool. gorilla.

mountainousness.
Fopncxbift, adj. mountainous, raontanic;
s. f.

high-

landish.

(of a loaf).
FopfiT.,

s.

s. f.

Fopacxocxb,

gibbosus (a fish).

Fop6yaiKa,

s.

aumbCH na -xi,

haughty men;

jj

-;^o,

adv.

t'\U,

ly;

prid-

FopnxBocxKa, .s. f. orn. redtail, redstart.


FopHii,a, s.f. hot. pearl-grass, pearl-plant, pearlwort.
FopHi^Biixi., s. m. bat. lychnis.
FopH'iHHK'b, s. VI. hot. milk-parsley, mountainparsley, sulphur-wort.
FopRB, s. f. dim. hillok, monticle, mountlet,
mount;

what

not;

jj

dAH

garden-

pacmeniU,

stand.

Fop.iuHHXb,

V. n.

mouth; to rant;
and noisy.
Fop-iJiHi,

s.

pop. to bawl, brawl, squall,


my.Mibmb, to be obstreperous

m. -JiaHba,

bawler, brawler,

s. f.

squaller, a noisy man.


Fop.iacxMfi, adj. having

a strong voice; fullbawling, brawling, squalling.


Fop-ieuoKt, .s\ m. oni. young turtle-dove.
Fop.iei;!., s. in. hot. bistort, snake-weed, eastergiant, water-pepper.
Fop.iHKT., s.m. orn. turtle-dove (male).
Fop.iui^a, s. f. dim. -.iCHKa, turtle, turtledove (female).
Fop.io, ,s. n. dim. - .iuuiko, throat, gullet,
throat-pipe; y
swallow; scrag; duxame.ibuoe

mouthed;

.Menu

Co.num,

have a sore throat; so ece

the top of one's voice;

Kpu'iauib

oo ece

at

dpamb

ropji

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to shout or bawl as loud as one can; to call
to sing at the top of one's
,
out; nn7nb eo ece
,
to laugh most boisvoice; xoxomamb eo ece
terously; to laugh out; to laugh outright; fig. uato cram, stuff one's self, to eat till
tbcmhCH no
cuim
to get drunk;
ready to burst; naAuvit
no, he is quite satiated, he has his belly full;
he is completely satisfied; y neio eceto no , he
by force; neck,
rolls in wealth; uacmynn na

Ij

rop^

Fopo;i;HHiecTBO, s. n. provostship, office of a


provost.
Fopo;i;HHiifi, adj. s. m. provost, town-bailiff.
Fopo^aiOBofi, adj. see ropo^CKofi; ||s. m. constable, policeman.

om

Fopo^ilOK'B, s. m. carp, timber-yard; cojiauou


public magazine of salt; festoon, scallop: -;i;kh,
pi. game of skittles; divi. of Fopo^x.
Fopo^CKoiij adj. of a town, of a city, urban,
gullet (of a bottle); cocydu c^ uiupoKUMU ropjium- townish: -CKaa nouma, penny-post; CKoe HaceAenie, urban population; -CKie owumeAU, townsKasiH; wide lipped vessels; ropjiOBofi, adj.
t.?oiawiaM, town-crier; -CKie
ro})JiOBUH.a, s. f. mouth, crater, orifice; neck- folk, towns-people:
cjiyxu, town-talk; -CKaa dyua, town-hall;
doM%,
hole (of a shirt); mcch. man-hole.
- CKoe o6mecmeo, townoKjiyt^o,
ropjioj^epi., s. ni. see Topjiani; burning the town-house;
ship.
throat, throat-rasper (of strong drinks).
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Fop.iaHKa, s.

adj.
f.

- paa pu6a, jugular

hot.

self-

s. m. fort, horn-work.
n. furnace, smelting-furnace, forge,

burning-house; fig. do6podwmeAb


-Jit Hecuacmi^, virtue is refined
il

ouwmemca
in

e7>

misfortune;

-JihUhiik, adj.
FopHHCTTb, s.m. mil. clarion, clarionist, player
on the clarion.
jj

F6pHHii,a, s. f.
-HH<IHBltt^ adj.

room,

chamber,

apartment;

jl

FopHHiHaH, adj. s. f. chamber-maid, housemaid, waiting-woman, waiting-maid, servant-girl,


servant-maid; maid-servant; waitress.
Fopni&j adj. high, celestial, heavenly; - nee
Mtbcmo, archbishop's stall (behind the altar); -Hee
|j

empyrean.
FopHOBofi, adj. furnace, of furnace;

ue6o,

jj

tnil.

s. m.
town, city; t.iaeHuu
capital,
town,
chief-town;
npoeunma.'ibHuu
country-town; npuMopcKiu , maritime town; eojib-

F6po;i;ii,

fish.

calabash, cudweed,

heal.

FopHBepK'b,
FopHiwro, s.

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see

TopHi.

capital

nuu

(60

repMauiu), ixee-Q.\i)\lprov. umo

mo

Hopoe^, nmo depeeu/i, mo oSuuau, so many countries


so many customs; CAoeaxz ropo^a hepem^, he
is valiant
as far as words go; uu kt, ce.iy, hu
-;i,yj that's neither here nor there.
Fopo;i;bOa, s. f. enclosure, fence.
FopoacaHHH'B, s. m. -acanEa, .s\ f. inhabitant
of a town, townsman; -He, town's people.
Fopoasenie, s. n. enclosing, fencing, hedging.
FopocKon'6, s. m. horoscope, nativity: scheme;
cocniaeameAb - noBi., figure-caster, figure-flinger;
CQcmaeAniiLb ueti .11160
to calculate the birth or
the nativity of a person.
FopoxoBHHKt, s. m. bot. peas, robinia.
FopoxoBBift, adj. of peas; - Boe nmpe, peasepudding;
KUMeiib, pisolite; luymh,
ridiculous

man.

Fopoxi., s. m. collect, dim. -poniCKi, peas,


pease; '\\prov. 9mo 6ujio npii xttapn -x'fe, in the
days of yore, in the time of queen Bess; oicypadAUHuUj noAceou
vetch, tare; aeAemiu
green
rock-stone.
peas, boiling peas; caxapnuu
honey pea, sugar
FopHOOUHCTHTeJIbHElfi poBi, s. m. pit of pea;
eoAOiucKiu, chick-pea;
cyxou, grinding
examination, ash-pit.
pea;
e cmpyn'bfix^, pea-pod; cmpyuoKo -xa, peaFopHopaOo^iit, adj. s. m. workman in metallur- shell, pea-shuck; me.iymuiut
to shell peas.
gic works.
Fopo^iKa, diin. see To pa.
FopHOCJiyaKan^ift, adj. serving in the mines.
FoponieKX, s. m. collect, green pease; dymucmuu
FopHocTiifl,
in.
zool. ermine, wintel:-weasel;
sweet pea.
- CTaeBwfi, - cxaa^ifi; adj. - bhS MtbXh,
FopoiuHHa, s. f. dim. -mnHEa, pea.
ermine.
FopoxoBoe ;i;epeBO, s. n. bot. acacia.
FopHTiUKa, s.f. grate for coals (in Bussian
Foponi^aTiiifi, adj. pisiform.
stoces).
FopcKifi, adj. of mountains, inhabiting mountFopHi., s. m. furnace, forge, hearth; Kprnunuu, ains.
FopH03aB^;^CKift, adj. of metallurgic works.
FopH03aBo;i,qHKX, s. m. iron - master, ironmanufacturer.
FopnoKaMeHHHfi, adj. - Haa nopoda, rock,

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refinery,

running, out-fire;

nojieooii,

field-forge,
mil. clarion, bugle,

travelling-forge, lorge-wagon;
ij

dim. ropcTKa, ropcxoiKa, hollow


handful; maniple; Jj/"/^. small quanc(i.rdam"o, a few soldiers.
tity;
FopTaHHBifi, adj. guttural, of larynx, laryngeal, laryngean; jugular; gram. -Haa Cyxoa, a
guttural letter.
FopiaHB, s. f. larynx, tliroat, gullet, swallow;
y neio jisbiKh npuAum ko -hh, he does not know
how to make use of his tongue.
FopTCHsia, - cia, .9. /'. bot. hortensia, hydrangea.
Fopnaut, s. m. bot. water-pepper, biting snakeweed.
Fa4><iaHKa, s. f. bot. bitter - wort, felwort,
gentian.

FopcTB,

s. f.

of the hand;

bugle-horn.
Fopuhifl; adj. of mountain, mountainous, montanic;
nomoKz, pyueu, mountain-sti'eam, mountain- Haa nyuixa, art. mountain - howitzer;
tide;
fossil, mineral; lund-carried; of mines, metallur- Hoe dTb.in, - Haa nayna, metallurgy;
gic;
UHcm^imym^, institute for the science of mining,
xpycmaAt,
mining school; -Haa nopoda, rock;
rock-crystal;
.lem, amianth, amianthus, asbestos,
asbestus; -aaa cmo.iu, bitume, bitumen, mineralpitch, asphalt, asphaltum, elaterite; -hoc Macjio,
naplitha, petrol, petroleum;
kumdyjJ'!', punch;
oicum, bot. atragene:
u.xu dySoeuu mox^, bryum;
Haa Msma, bot. calamint; ynpom, bot. hart'sFop'iaTb, see ToptKHyTi..
bitterer, more
con
wort.
FoiJie, Fopqie, adj. cow^J.
Fopo;i;iiTb, v. a.
to enclose, hedge,
fence; bitter.
uenyxy, to talk nonsense, tell idle stories;
FopqiiTB, V. a. n. to make bitter, imbitter; to
-ca, V. p. to he enclosed; V. r. to perch; pari. ha*; a bitter taste.
Fopviii^a, s. f. bot. mustard, mustard - seed;
p. ropoaciiHHKitt.
Fopo;^MiuRO; s. m. a paltry town,
Iprov. nocAtb yMuna, that is like mustard after
ropo^Mii;e, s. m. auym. of FopoAi5 H site of a meat; it comes a day after the fair or what need
town with its ruins.
of the doctor when the patient is dead: after-wit
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comes too
winter-cress;
tard-seed.

late; ,J}ot.
[j

ropiHiHHK'&,

adj.

-Hoe

-HHi^a,

m.

s.

rocket;
noAeaa/i,
aepno, mus-

dtiKctJt,

-^HiHuft,

s.

f.

mustard-

m. sinapism, mustard-plaster,

s.

poultice.

Fopine, ado. si. worse.


ropnieqHHK'B, s. m. -Hm^a^

ropmin,

s. f.

potter.

worse.
FopiuoKi, s. m. dim. - moneK'b, pot; mug;
noHHoh
chamber-pot, chamber-utensil; prov.
Kom.ii/ lie moaapiiui/0, an earthen pot is not a match
for an iron kettle; ne ooia -uikh oOjicuiawmo, it
is not so difficult to do as it appears; no -uiKy
u noKphiiuna, as is the brain, so is the hat;
nnut. iron socket; -meiHtiii, -uieobej^, adj.
- Haa pi/da, gelena; -HuA xa.HeHb, oUaris, potstone.

adj.

si.

Fopaqitt, adj. dim. - qeabEitt, burning, hot,


glowing; parching: yio.jj,, ])urning coal, live coal;
-ice dymbc, hot blast; - iaa io.ioohh, fire-stick;
heated; boiling, boiling-hot, scalding-hot; strong,
spirituous (liq^aors); fvQih, recent (traces);] fig.
ardent, fervent, fervid, eager, warm, live; impetuous, vehement, hot, hot-brained, hot-headed;
hot-spirited,
hot-spur, hot-spurred,
passionate,
mettlesome, fiery; hasty; - qee oKciauie, ardent
wish:
He.ioo)bKi, a passionate, violent, hasty man;
y neio - qaa lo.ioaa, he is hot-headed; -. qee
ycepdie, an ardent zeal: - qaa Kpoob, heated
blood; -. qaa .loiuadb, a fi^ry horse; oma .louiodb
c.iuiunoMo - qa, that horse has too much mettle;
ropaqaxii, bt. ropaqi, adv. in heat, in
iJB'b
passion; in anger; gt* ropaqa, see Cropflia.
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FopaqRa,

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TopbRitt, adj. dim. -KOHBEifi, ropbKOBaxtift,


bitter, bitterish; Kaa iiacmoma, bitters; - Kie
cinpyHKU, sauce-alone (plant); fig. sad, painful,
grievous, afflicting, bitter, poignant; - Kia cteau,
Ij

bitter tears:

-Koe

rememnunih -ktio

eocno.HiinaHie, a painful

-Kaa

rocT

il

pot.

ropuHiUHS'B,

109

iHiiMXH

burning fever,

s. f.

putrid

fever,

typhus;

glowing fever;
ch njimuaMu,

nHmniicmaa,

purple fever, purpura, petechial


delirium tremens;
fit
of anger;
\\coll. -Ky nnpomb, to toss about like one possessed;
to exert every effort; to be in the greatest hurry;
-aqeqHLi&,atZy. -aaa js^^awKa, strait-waistcoat,
fever;

oib.ias

,j

strait-jacket.

npaeda, a hard trutli;


Fopaqaoexb, s. f. ardour, fervour, zeal, feruamij, to bear misery and all sorts of grief: -Koe vency, fervidness, passion, passionateness, warmepcMH, alas the while;
nbHHUnn^ a real drunk- ness, warmth; eagerness, fieriness, impetuousness,
ard; dumb " KEMi, nbMHUu,eu, to drink like a vehemence, heat, mettlesomeness.
fish; proi). ue OKycush -Raro, ue tbdaiub u c.iadFopaqo, adv. hotly, warmly; ardently, fervently,
Kaio, one cannot enjoy the sweetness without having fervidly, eagerly, passionately; OHinpuHfi.icH 3a
tried the bitterness.
dmo, he is hot upon it.
ropbEJEJil; adj. grown bitter; rancid, rank.
Fopamia, adj. burning; ^jjko, bright-burning.
ropbKHVTb, V. u. to grow bitter, rancid or
FdcnHxa.ib, s. m. hospital; -.ibHHii, adj.
rank: to rust.
Focnoji;apcxBo, s. n. hospodarship.
FopbRO, adc. comp. ropic, bitterly; sadly,
FoCBO;i;apb, s. m. hospodar; master: -pCRitt^
brance;

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ij

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painfully,
pncKauenmbCH, to feel
grievously;
sadly; o. imp. y .vena eo pmy
I have a bitter
,

,i

taste.

FopbRoseMHCTEifi, adj. magnesian.


FopbsoseH'B, s. m. magnesia.

FopbRoexb,

s.f. bitterness,

bitterishness; Ij/V^.

sadness, acerbity, affliction, poignancy.


Fop-ii, ado. si. on high, upwards.
FopB.iEa; s. f. corn brandy: gas-burner, lampburner; -kh, pi. catch-play.
Fop-BJiEJu, adj. burnt, burnt out; -.loe, s. n.
burning.
i'opBHie, s. n. burning, combustion.
Fopixb, V. n. to burn, flame, glow, be burning;
to burn, long, be longing, be inflamed with:
jiTooosbH), HemepntbuieMo, me.tanie.Hh, to burn with
love, impatience, to be agog on, about, for;
KaKb
8h oiim, to be all in a glow; to sparkle, twinkle,
,,

;|

II

glisten,

glitter;

- pari. iH)booMo, his


aonadu paxi na He6)b,

eto

i.iaaa

eyes sparkle with fury;


the stars twinkle in the sky; fig. Kb ucny cnmxuumb? erbdb ue -paxi, why hurry so? the house
is

or

not on fire.
FopiDH'b, s.m.

Hba,

s.f.

an unfortunate man

woman.
Fop:'oiecxb,

s.

f.

combustible-

combustibility,

ness, inflammability, inflimmableness.


Fopfoqift, adj. combustible, combustive, inflam-

mable: pop. -'lia


heated blood.

c.ieau,

-oiRa

Kposb,

see

Tope;

jj

care, anxiety,

lobmb, he does not care

n.

common nami

j|

gentleman.
Focu6;^cxBO, -BOBaaie, s. n. domination, rule,
reign:
seigniory, sway, government; prevalence,
prevalency, predomination.
Focn6;^cxBOBaxb, v. n. to dominate, reign,
govern, rule, sway, lord over, domineer over: to
overpower; to take the lead; j to prevail, predominate, command; 3ma lopa -cxByex'b uadb paeHUHoU, that mountain commands the plain; u,ib.%yH>
nedtb.iw -cxByexi wmhuU otbmepb, the south wind
prevails for a week.
FocB(>;^cxByIOB^^ft, adj. predominant; prevailing;
prevalent: -maa Jte/)K09!, mother-church; -u^aa
cu.ia, predominance, predominancy.
Fociioj^qHRi, s. m. lordling, young gentleman;

Focno;^b,

of all soups,

Focnoasii)
ndj. heating, hot.

to irritate, put
o. a. to heat, warm;
a passion; I - aa, o. r. to heat, grow hot, to
grow warm (in a dispute); to grow angry, be angry,
fly into a passion; to be upon the high rope.

into

fop.
s.

Fopa'iHxoJbHtjfi,

Fopaqkxb,

*iaa

Focno^eab, adj. (f. - ;^Ha, n. - juae), the


Lord's,
of God;
.Mo.iumaa " ,^Ha, the Lord's
prayer.
FocBo;3;HH'b, s. m. lord, master, seignior; gentleman; Sir, mister, Mr.; na.iama rocno;!;^, the
House of Lords; am eute ne 6o.ibiuou , he is not
a great gentleman; do.na au rocno;i;a N are Mr.
and Mrs. N. at home? is the family iit home? KaKomo , a gentleman; adpaecmoyame rocno;i;a! good
morning ladies and gentlemen! 6umb -;^UHOMb
ceoeio c.iooa, to be a slave to one's word; 6umb
caMO.ny ceoib -homIj to be one's own man.
Focn6;i;cKift, adj. lord's, manorial, seigneurial,
seiguiorial; -CRaa o.iacmb, seigniorage, seigniory;
doMb, manor, manor-house;
npaadHUKh, the
Lord's day; no -crh, adv. like a lord, like a

FopiouiRO; s.n. dim.


uneasiness; e.vy h
in the least.
Fopaice, adj.
pottages, etc.

bitter tears;

adj.

s.
*.

m. the Lord, God.


/'.

lady, mistress;

madam,

mistress,

Mrs.

FocaosHHKU;

s.

f.

pi.

Lent before Assump-

tion.

FocxenpiHMHiiitt, nuqaBbiA^ adj. hospitable;


,|

-HO, -BO,

adv.

i)ly.

rocT
rocxenpiHMCTBO,
FocTHHaH, adj. s.

110

Fo^MC^l.HK'bj

n. hospitality.

s.

-Haa KOMuama,

f.

rPAS

room, sitting-room; parlour.


FocTHHen.'b, s. m. dim. -h^hki^ present,

gift,

m. court-physician.
governess to the court.
f.
steM'ard of the household;

s.

Fo^MeftcxepHHa, s.
Fo^Meftcxepx, s. m,

drawing!

-pcEiiK, adj.

Fo^pHpoBa.ibHMii,

fairing.

-uaa

adj.

ruuGUKa, gauf-

rocTHHnn,a,

hostelry, hotel; inn; eatinghouse: victualing-house; codepimamejib -i^Hj innkeeper, tavern-keeper; -HHUHHft, adj.
s.

f.

jj

fering-stick.

Fo^pnpoBaHie,

Fo^piipoBKa,

n.

s.

s. f.

gauf-

fering.

Fo$pHpoBaxb, V. a. to gauffer; to ruffle; ||_pr^.


^ocTHHo;^B6pe^&, s. m. shop-keeper in a
-BaHHbiJ); -Huft pi/KaoHHKz, ruffle; -Hoe
p.
bazaar.
.Me.mao, corrugated iron.
rocTHHo;i;B6pcKift, adj. of a bazaar.
Fo^cjjypbep'b, s. m. harbinger of the household;
roCTUHKiii, adj. guest's, visitor's; I merchant's;
-pcEifi, adj.
deopi, bazaar, shops.
ro(J)xnpypr3., s. m. court-surgeon, surgeon to
FocTiiTL, ramHBaTb, v. n. to be on a visit
His Majesty.
(for a time).
Fo(|)'b-nHxeH;i;aHxi., s. vi. court-intendaut.
FocTb, s. m. rocTbH, s. /. guest, host, visitor,

jj

ooKudamb, npuHUMamt
company; Cmnih eh
rocTaxt, to be on a visit; HaaMamieuu, naaoujiueuu, a troublesome visitor, scambler; prov. tie
xyoKe mamapuna, a guest not in time
eo epe.MH
as a dog at a wedding; jyrov. es
is as welcome
rocxaxTi xopotuo, a do.ua .lyniue, home is home,
let it be ever so homely.
Focxbfia, s. f. see TomeHie.
visit;

to

receive

expect,

adj.

Focy;i;apcKifi[,

- ckh,

sovereign's;

adv.

jl

sovereign-like.

empire,

state,

dominion,

-cxBeHHHtt,

adj.

|i

ne.'ioerhKT),

-hhA

npecinynHHKh, state-criminal;
-iHue eudu, politics; .HBie doxodu, the revenues

-naa

public service;
cnenro aHoli Kaauu, at the public charge.
Focy;^apcTBOBaxb, i\ n. to reign, rule.
Focy^^apb, s. m. -pmhh, s. f. sovereign, monsire, madam
arch; potentate; prince, princess;
(title); MUJiocmu8Uu, Mr. (mister), sir, my lord;
.Miijiocmuean -pbiHa, Madam, miss, my lady; mujiocmueue pH, gentlemen; mujiocihuduh puHH^
HMnepamoph, His Majesty the
ladies, my ladies;
the

state;

-pHHa

JlMnepampuua, Her Majesty

the Empress.

FoxHqecKift, adj. gothic; "CKaa 6yK6a, blackletter;

mpu^im,

old English;

"CKaa apxumen-

mypa, pointed architecture.


FoxoBajibHa,
f. -sa.ibHHE'b,
,s.

s.

m. case, box

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s.

hot. water-violet.

f.

aulic council (in Lironia


cotirt of justice.
F<)(I>MiiK.iep7., .9. m. court-brokir;
-pncifi, adj.
Fo^Mupuiaj'b, ,s. 7. marslial of the court; tlie
Fo<J[n'i)MXX'b,

s.

in.

and yinlond); odeph supreme


,

Fpa^HHa,

spoil, robbery, pillage, plunder,

s.

-asHbiii, adj.

jj

m. -uijii^a, s. f. raker.
hot. witch-elm, yoke-elm, hards.

f.

-CHHHbifi, adj.
Fpabnxeab, s. m. -Hin^a^

beam;

II

s. f. spoiler, robber,
plunderer, depredator, rifler; cut-purse;
moss - trooper;
extortioner,
extorter;
tuauKa
- xeabCKift, adj,
- .leii, a predatory party;
predatory.
Fpa6Hxe.ibCKH, ado. like a robber.

pillager,

FpadaxeJibCTBO,
FpaSeaii.
Fpafinxb,

marshal;

-.ibCKitt, adj.

oCepy.i,

Lord

high

marshal;

see

n.

v.

see

FpafiHTb.

to spoil, ro