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Feuille, n. f. leaf.

Général, n. m. & adj. general. Festin, n. m. sumptuous meal, repast. Génération, n. f. generation. Fidèle, n. m. & adj. faithful.

Génie, 11. m. genius. Fier, e, adj. proud, formidable. Genou, n. m. knee. Fier, (se), v. r. 1. to trust, to confide. Gens, n. pl. people. Fille, n. f. daughter, girl.

Gestes, n. m. pl. gestures. Fils, n. m. son.

Glace, n. f. ice, looking-glass. Flatterie, n. f. flattery.

Glaneur, n. m. gleaner. Fléau, n. m. scourge.

Globe, n. m. globe. Flétrir, v. a. & n. 2. to fade, wither. Gloire, n. f. glory. Fleur, n. f. flower.

Glorifier, v. a. 1. to glorify, praise. Fleuve, n. m. river, stream.

Goutte, n. f. drop.
Flotter, v. n. 1. to float, to wave. Gouverner, v. a. 1. to govern.
Foi, n. f. faith.

Grâces, n. f. pl. graces, thanks.
Fois, n. f. time.

Graine, n. f. grain. Folie, n. f. folly.

Grand, e, adj. great, large. Fond, n. m. bottom.

Grandir, v. n. 2. to grow. Fonder, v. a. 1. to found.

Grimaces, n. f. pl. grimaces, faces. Fontaine, n. f. fountain, spring. Gronder, v. a. & n. 1. to scold, to roar. Force, n. f. strength, force.

Gros, se, adj. large. Forêt, n. f. forest, wood.

Grossier, e. adj. coarse. Former, v. a. 1. to form.

Grue, n. f. crane. Fort, e, adj. strong.

Guère, adv. but little, but few. Fortune, n. f. fortune.

Guerre, n. f. war. Foudre, n. f. thunderbolt.

Guerrier, n. m. warrior. Fou, folle, adj. & n. m. & f. fool, Guide, n. m. guide.

foolish. Fouler, v. a. 1. to tread under foot. Foyer, n. m. hearth.

H. Foyers, n. m. pl. hearth, home, native country.

Habitant, n, m. inhabitant. Franc, n. m. franc.

Habiter, v. a. 1. to inhabit. Français, e, adj. French.

Habituel, le, adj. usual, habitual. Franchement, adv. frankly.

Hache, n. f. axe. Franchir, v. a. 2. to step over, to pass | Haleine, n. f. breath.

Hameau, n. m. hamlet. Frapper, v. a. 1. to strike.

Harangueur, n. m. orator. Fraternité, n. f. brotherhood.

Hardiesse, n. f. boldness. Froid, n. m. cold.

Hardiment, adv. boldly. Fromage, n. m. cheese.

Harpe, n. f. harp. Front, n. m. forehead, brow.

Hasard, n. m. chance. Fruit, n. m. fruit.

Hâter, v. a. 1. to hasten. Fugitif, ve, adj. fugitive.

Hauteur, n. f height, haughtiness. Fuite, n. f. flight.

Herbe, n. f. herb, grass,
Fumer, v. n. & a. 1. to smoke. Héros, n. m. hero.
Fusil, n. m. gun.

Heure, n. f. hour.
Héritage, n. m. inheritance, property.

Heureux, se, adj. happy, fortunate.
G.

Hibou, n. m. owi.

Hirondelle, n. f. swallow. Gagner, v. a. 1. to win, gain.

Hiver, n, m. winter. Garde, n. f. guard, watch, care. Homme, n. m. man. Gâté, adj. v. spoiled.

Honnête, adj. honest, polite. Gelée, n. f. frost.

Honneur, n. m. honor. Gémir, v. n. 2. to moan, groan. Honte, n. f. shame.

over.

p. join

Horde, n. f. horde, troop.

Jardin, n. m. garden. Huissier, n. m. doorkeeper, attendant. Jaseur, se, n. m. & f. talker, pratller. Humain, e, adj. human, humane. Je, j', prn. I. Humblement, adv. humbly.

Jeter, v. a. 1. to throw, cast.
Hymne, n. f. hymn.

Jeunesse, n. f. youth.
Joie, n. f. joy.

Joindre, v. a. ir. 4. (p. d. je joignis, 1.

to join, to connect, to add. Idole, n. f. idol.

Joli, e, adj. pretty.
Ignoblo, adj. mean, low, debasing. Jouet, n. m. plaything, sport.
II, ils, prn. he, it, they.

Joug, n. m. yoke, subjection.
Image, n. f. image, resemblance. Jour, n. m. day, light.
Imiter, v. a. 1. to imitate.

Journée, n. f. day, day's work. Immense, adj. immense, vast. Joyeux, se, adj. joyful, glad. Immortel, le, adj. immortal.

Juge, n. m. judge. Impénitent, adj. impenitent, unrepent | Jugement, n. m. judgment, decision ing.

Juger, v. a. 1. to judge, to decide. Importun, e, adj. importunate, trou- Jurer, v. a. & n. 1. to swear, to promise. blesome.

Jusque, pre. as far, as far as. Impur, e, adj. impure.

Juste, adj. & n. just. Incomparable, adj. incomparable, Justice, n. f. justice.

matchless. Inconnu, e, adj. unknown. Inconstant, e, adj. inconstant, change

L. able. Indiquer, v. a. 1. to indicate, to point La, l', art. the. out.

La, l', prn. her, it. Industrie, n. f. industry.

Là, adv. there; là-bas, golder. Infatigable, adj. indefatigable, untir- Laboureur, n. m. husbandman. ing.

Lac, n. m. lake. Infernal, e, adj. infernal.

Lâcher, v. a 1. to lose hold of, to let Inflexible, adj. inflexible, unbending. go. Ingénieux, se, adj. ingenious. Laid, e, adj. ugly. Ingrat, e, adj. & n. ungrateful. Laine, n. f. wool. Ingratitude, n. f. ingratitude.

Laisser, v. a. 1. to leave, to let. Innocence, n. f. innocence.

Lait, n. m. milk. Inscrire, v. a. ir. 4. to inscribe.

Lambris, n. m. wainscot. Insecte, n. m. insect.

Lampe, n. f. lamp.
Insensibilité, n. f. insensibility. Lancer, v. a. 1. to dart, to send forth
Inspirer, v. a. 1. to inspire.

with violence, to launch.
Instant, n. m. instant, moment. Langue, n. f. tongue, language
Intention, n. f. intention, meaning. Laurier, n. m. laurel.
Intérieur, e, adj. & n. interior, inside. Le, l', les, art. the.
Interrompre, v. a. ir. 4. to interrupt. Le, l’, les, prn. it, them.
Intime, adj. intimate, close.

Léger, e, adj. light.
Intitulé, adj. v. entitled, called. Lendemain, n. m. next day, morrow.
Intrépide, adj. intrepid.

Les, art. pl. the ; les, prn. them. Introduire, v. a. ir. 4. (p. d. j'intro- Leur, adj. pl. their. duisis), to introduce.

Leur, prn. to them. Ivresse, n. f. intoxication, excessive Lever, v. a. 1. to raise, (se), v. r. to joy.

rise, to arise. J.

Lever, n. m. rising.

Liban, Lebanon. Jadis, adv. formerly.

Liberté, n. f. liberty, freedom. Jamais, adv. never.

Libre, adj. free.

M.

Lieu, n. m. place, spot.

Mendiant, n. m. beggar. Lion, n. m. lion.

Mener, v. a. 1. to lead, to take Liqueur, n. f. liquor, liquid.

Mensonge, n. m. falsehood. Livre, n. m. book.

Mentir, v. n. ir. 2. to lie, to tell a Loi, n. f. law.

falsehood. Loin, adv. far.

Menu, e, adj. small, short.
Lointain, e, adj. remote, distant. Mépris, n. m. contempt.
Long, ue, adj. long.

Mépriser, v. a. 1. to despise.
Long-temps, adv. long, long time. Mer, n. f. sea.
Loup, n. m. wolf.

Mercenaire, adj. mercenary.
Lugubre, adj. mournful, sad.

Mercure, Mercury. Lui, prn. to him, to her

Mère, n. f. mother. Lumière, n. f. light.

Mérite, n. m. merit. Lunettes, n. f. pl. spectacles.

Mériter, v. a. 1. to merit, to deserve. Lutte, n. f. struggle, contest.

Mes, adj. pos. pl my.
Lutter, v. n. 1. to contend with, to Mesurer, v. a. 1. to measure.
wrestle.

Métier, n. m. trade, occupation.
Mettre, v. a. ir. 4. (ind. p. je mets,

p. d. je mis, p. mis), to put, to

set.

Meubler, V. a. 1. to furnish. Ma, adj. pos. f. my.

Midi, n. m. south, noon.
Machine, n. f. machine.

Mignon, ne, adj. delicate, pretty.
Magnanime, adj. magnanimous. Milieu, n. m. middle.
Magnificence, n. f. magnificence. Mille, adj. num. thousand.
Main, n. f. hand.

Ministre, n. m. minister.
Maintenir, v. a. ir. 2. (ind. p. je Mobile, adj. movable, light.

maintiens, p. d. je maintins), to Modeste, adj. modest. maintain.

Meurs, n. f. pl. morals, manners. Mais, conj. but.

Moi, prn. me. Maison, n. f. house.

Moindre, adj. lesser, less. Maître, n. m. master.

Moins, adv. less, (au) least. Mal, n. m. evil, adv. badly.

Mois, n. m. month. Malade, n. & adj. patient, sick. Moissonneur, n. m. harvest-man, Mâle, adj. manly, dignified.

reaper. Malgré, pre. in spite of.

Moment, n. m. moment. Malice, n. f. cunning, malice.

Monde, n. m. world, people, (tout le) Malin, maligne, adj. sarcastic, sly.

every body. Manant, n. m. peasant, clown. Monnaie, n. f. money, change. Manger, v. a. 1. to eat.

Monstre, n. m. monster. Manifester, v. a. 1. to manifest, to tes Montagnard, n. m. mountaineer. tify, to show.

Montagne, n. f. mountain. Manquer, v. a. & n. 1. to miss, to fail. Monter, v. a. & n. 1. to ascend, to Marcher, v. n. 1. to walk, to march. mount. Marge, n. f. margin.

Montrer, v. a. 1. to show, to point Marque, n. £ mark.

out. Marseillaise, n. f. Marseillaise hymn. Monument, n. m. monument. Matelot, n. m. sailor.

Moquer, (se), v. r. 1. to laugh at, to Matière, n. f. matter.

mock. Mauvais, e, adj. bad.

Morceau, n. m. piece, morsel. Maxime, n. f. maxim.

Mort, n. f. death, n. m. dead. Me. prn. me, to me.

Mosquée, n. f. mosque. Mélodieux, se, adj. melodious. Mot, n. m. word. Même, adj. & adv. same, self, even.

Mouche, n. f. fly. Menacer, v. a. 1. to threaten.

Mourir, v. n. ir. 2. to die.

Mouton, n. m. sheep.

Opprobre, n. m. opprobrium, shame Mugir, v. n. 2. to roar.

Opulent, e, adj. rich, wealthy.
Mystérieux, adj. mysterious.

Or, n. m. gold.
Orage, n. m. storm.

Ordinairement, adv. commonly.
N.

Ordre, n. m. order.

Oreille, n. f. ear. Naif, ve, adj. artless, unaffected, Orgueil, n. m. pride. simple, innocent

Orphelin, e, n. m & f. orphan. Naissance, n. f. birth.

Oter, v. a. 1. to take away, to de Naissant, e, adj. v. rising, growing. prive of Naître, v. n. ir. 4. (ind. p. je nais, Ou, conj. or.

p. d. je naquis, p. né), to be born. Où, adv. where, in which, wherein. Nation, n. f. nation.

Oublier, v. a. 1. to forget, to neglect. Nature, n. f. nature.

Outrage, n. m. outrage, offence, shame. Navire, n. m. ship, vessel.

Ouverture, n. f. opening. Ne, adv. not.

Ouvrage, n. m. work.
Né, p. born.

Ouvrier, n. m. workman.
Ne-pas, adv. not.
Ne—que, adv. only, but.
Néant, n. m. nothingness, nothing.

P.
Nécessaire, adv. necessary.
Nécessaire, n. m. necessaries of life. Paître, v. a. & n. 4. to graze
Ni, conj. nor, neither.

Paix, n. f. peace.
Nocturne, adj, nocturnal, nightly. Palais, n. m. palace.
Noisette, n. f. hazel-nut.

Palmyre, Palmyra. Nombre, n. m. number.

Par, pre. by. Nommer, v. a. 1. to name, to call. Paraître, v. n. ir. 4. (p. paru), to apNon, adv. no.

pear. Nos, adj. our.

Parce que, conj. because. Nourrir, v. a. 2. to feed, to nourish. Parcourir, v. a. ir. 2. to travel over, Nous, prn. we, us.

to cross, to look over. Nouveau, nouvel, elle, adj. Pareil, le, adj. equal, similar, such.

Parer (se), v. r. l. to adorn one's Nouvelle, n. f. news.

self. Paresseux, se, adj. idle, lazy, indo

lent. 0.

Parler, v. n. 1. to speak.

Parmi, pre. among, amongst. Obéir, v. n. 2. to obey.

Parole, n. f. word. Obscur, e, adj. dark, obscure.

Parricide, adj. parricidal. Observer, v. a. 1. to observe, to take | Parti, n. m. part, party, resolution. notice of

Partir, v, n. ir. 2. to set out, to leave, Obtenir, v. a. ir. 2. (ind. p. d. j'ob to depart.

tiens, p. d. j'obtins), to obtain. Partout, adv. everywhere. Odieux, se, adj. odious, hateful. Parvenu, adj. v. (used as a noun), Oeil, n. m. (pl. yeux), eyes.

upstart. Oiseau, n. m. bird.

Pas, adv. not, n. m. step, pace. Ombrage, n. m. shade.

Passer, v. n. 1. to pass. Ombrager, v. a. 1. to shade, to shelter. Passereau, n. m. sparrow. Ombre, n. f. shade, shadow.

Passion, n. f. passion. On, prn. indefinite, one, they, we, Pâtre, n. m. herdsman, shepherd.

people; on dit, it is said (one says). Patrie, n. f. country, native country. Onde, n. f. wave, water.

Patte, n. f. paw. Opprimé, adj. v. oppressed.

Pâturage, n. m. pasture, pasturage.

nou

new.

Pauvre, adj. poor.

Plume, n. f. feather, pen. Pays, n. m. country.

Plupart (la), n. col. the most, inost. Paysan, n. m. peasant, countryman. Plus, adv. more. Péage, n. m. toll.

Plusieurs, adj. several.
Peau, n. f. skin.

Pluton, Pluto.
Peindre, v. a. ir. 4. (ind. p. je peins, Point, n. m. point, adv. not.

p. d. je peignis), to paint, describe. Poisson, n. m. fish. Peine, n. trouble, pain.

Pôle, n. m. pole.
Peine, (à), adv. hardly, scarcely. Poli, e, adj. polite, polished.
Pénible, adj. laborious, painful. Politesse, n. f. politeness.
Pendant, pre. during.

Porphyre, n. m. porphyry.
Pendre, v. a. & n. 4. to hang.

Port, n. m. port. Pénétration, n. f. penetration.

Porter, v. a. 1. to carry, to bear. Pénétrer, v. a. 1. to penetrate.

Portique, n. m. portico. Penser, v. n. 1. to think.

Poser, v. a. 1. to lay, to set, to place. Père, n. m. father.

Posséder, v. a. 1. to possess. Perfide, adj. perfidious, treacherous. Possible, adj. possible. Perdre, v. a. 4. to lose.

Poteau, n. m. stake, post. Permettre, v. a. ir. 4. to permit, al Pour, pre. for. low.

Pousser, v. a. 1. to push, to hasten. Perroquet, n. m. parrot.

Pouvoir, v. n. ir. 3. (ind. p. je puis, p. Perse, Persia.

d. je pus, p. pu), to be atle. Personne, prn. ind. nobody.

Prairie, n f. meadow. Pervers, adj. perverse.

Préalablement, adv. previously. Petit, e, adj. small, little.

Précipiter, v. a. 1. to hasten, precipiPesant, adj. v. heavy.

tate. Peu, adv. litlle.

Préférer, v. a. 1. to prefer. Peuple, n. m. people.

Préliminaire, n. & adj. preliminary. Peupler, v. a. 1. to people.

Premier, e, adj. first. Phalange, n. m. phalanx.

Prendre, v. a. ir. 4. (p. d. je pris. p. Philosophie, n. f. philosophy.

pris), to take; (s’y) ref. to como Phrase, n. f. phrase, sentence.

mence, to open the matter. Pièce, n. f. piece.

Préparer, v. a. 1. to prepare. Pied, n. m. foot.

Près de, pre. near, nearly. Piége, n. m. trap, snare.

Président, n. m. president. Pis, adv. worse, tant pis, so much Présence, n. f. presence. the worse.

Présent, n. m. present. Pitié, n. f. pity.

Présenter (se), v. r. 1. to presen! Place, n. f. place, spot.

one's self. Placer, v. a. 1. to place.

Presque, adv. almost. Plafond, n. m. ceiling.

Presser, v. a. & r. 1. (se), to hasten, to Plage, n. f. shore, beach.

press. Plaindre (se), v. r. ir. 4. ind. p. je me Prêt, e, adj. ready, prepared.

plains, p. d. je me plaignis), to Prier, v. a. & n. 1. to pray, to entreat. complain.

Prière, n. f. prayer. Plaine, n. f. plain.

Prince, n. m. prince. Plaire, v. n. ir. 4. (p. d. je plus, p. | Printemps, n. m. spring. plu), to please.

Prisonnier, n. m. prisoner. Plaisant, n. m, wag, joker.

Prix, n. m. price, prize. Planter, v. a. 1. to plant.

Produire, v. a. ir. 4. to produce. Plein, e, adj. full , open.

Proférer, v. a. 1. to utter, to speak. Pleurer, v. a. & n. 1. to weep, to Profession, n. f. profession. mourn.

Projet, n. m. project. Plier, v. a. 1. to bow, to bend.

Prolonger, v. a. 1. to extend, to cono Pluie, n. f. rain.

tinue, to lengthen.

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