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CA-chet () Seal

chas-seur hunter ca-chot dungeon chal-loir (-ė) driver (a tool) ca.dran dial chau-dron

large kettle cal-me calm chaus-son

Sock cam-pé encamped

che-min

way can-deur candour cher-cher

to seek cap-tif captive

chi-che

ftingy car-pe carp

cho-qué () shocked car-ré Square

ci-feau (zo) chisel cas-que helmet

clar-té clearness cau-se (ze) caufe

clé-ment merciful cau-sé caused clo-che

bell cé-dant yielding cloi-tre (o-e) cloister cé-dé yielded clou-é

nailed cè-dent (ils) yield (they) co-cher

coach-man cér-cle circle

co-choi hog, pig, cer-fant ceasing

coif-fe (0-ė)

hood ces-sent (ils) cease (they) com-té

county cha-cun

cor-beau cha-grin grief

cou-leur

colour chai-se (ze) chair

cou-rent (ils) run (they) cham-bre chamber

* knife chan-gé changed crain-dre to fear chan-fon Jong

cré-dit

credit chan-té Fung

cri-ble fieve chan-tois () Jung (1) cro-chet (he) hook chan-teur finger

croi-re (0-ė)

to believe chan-tre chorister crot-té

dirly char-bon coal

cruft char-gé charged cru-che char-gent (ils) charge (they) char-mé charmed

small tub char-mant charming cul-te

worship char-ment (ils) charm (they) cy-près cypress

every one

raven

cou-teau

crou-te

pitcher
large tube

cu-Ve

CU-veau

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English.

French,

English.

en-cens

DA-MAS DAMASK dam-ne damned dan-ger () danger de-bout ftanding dé-çu

deceived dé-crèt (crè)

decree de-dans

within dé-goût disgus dé-gré

degree dé-ja

already dé-lir (zir)

defire del-sous under def-fus

upon der-tin

destiny de-voir (o-e)

to owe de-voit (ve)

owed (he) di-re

to tell, Jay dic-té

dictated dil-cours discourse doc-teur

doctor don-né

given don-nant giving don-nent (ils) give (they) dor-mant Neeping dor-ment (ils) Jeep (they) dor-meur Reeper dou-blé

doubled dou-ceur sweetness dou-teux

doubtful dou-ze

twelve dra-gon dragon drer-toir 10-ė) driller du-rant during dur-cir

E-BAT(é)

SPORT é-clair

lightening é-crit

writien é-dit

ediet é-lu

elected ef-fet (fe) effect ef-fort

endeavour em-pli filled up em-plir

to fill up
em-ploi (o-e) employ
en-ceint

inclosed
incense

ink en-fant

child en-fer

beil en-fié Swelled en-fler to swell en-fent (ils) swell (they) en-joins injoin (I) en-joint injoined en-té

grafted en-tre

between en-tré

entered er-rant wandering er-rent (ils) wander (they)

en-cre

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el-poir (0-2)

hope ef-lai

elay eus-sent (ils) have(theymight) ex-act

exa Et ex-cès

excefs ex-clus

excluded ex-ploit (o-ej .exploit ex-trait

to harden.

extract.

c

FA-CE

French.

English.

French

English.

fa-çon

gau-che

1

FA-CE
FACE
GA-GE

PLEDGE
fashion ga-geur

better fai-se

to make ga-son (zon) green-turf fan-ge mire gâ-teau

cake far-deau burden gai-ne fheath fau-con falcon

gar-çon

boy or lad fé-cond fruitful

gar-dé

guarded fer-mné fbut

gar-dent (ils) guard (they) fer-mois () did shut (1) gar-ni furnished fer-tin feast

left flai-rer to smell ge-lé

frozen flam-beau torch, link gé-mir

to groan tlan-qué flankid gê-ne

rack, pain flé-chi bent gen-re

gender fleu-ri blossomed gla-ce

ice foi-ble (fe) weak

gla-cé frozen foi.fon (fo-ė) plenty gla-neur gleaner for-çat galley-save glif-ler to Nip, fide for-me form

gloi-re (o-ė) glory for-mé formed glou-ton glutton for-ment (ils) form (they) glu-ant

clammy four-gon poker

gol-fe gulf four-reau frock

gom-me

gunt frai-se (ze) Arawberry gor-ge

throat Fran-çois (se) French

gou-lu

greedy fré-mir to tremble

gout-teux gouty fré-re brother grâ-ce

grace fri-ser (zè) to curl

gra-vé engraved • rüns-ier 10-éj to bruise gre-le

hail fru-gal frugal grim-peur climber fruf-tré fruflrated gron-der

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to scold fu-ineur smoker gros-feur bigness fu-ret (re) ferret

gru-au

water-gruel fu-fil (zi) gun geu-le

mouth

НА-Выт

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romancer

never

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har-pe

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HA-BIT COAT
"ha-bleur*
ha-che

ax
'ha-ché

minced • ha-ïr

to hate "hai-ne

hatred "ha-meau

bamlet har-di

bold

harp
"hau-teur height
hé-las

alas
her-be

grafs
her-bu
heu-re

hour
heu-reux happy
hi-bou

owl "hi-deux

hideous hi-ver

winter
hô-te

landlord
hom-me
hon-neur bonour

hon-te shame
'hon-teux bashful
hor-reur horror

houf-loir (0-e}hair-broom
hu-main human
huî-tre (u-i) oyster
hum-ble humble
hup-pe

crest, tuft
hym-ne hymn.

French. English. JA-LOUX JEALOUS ja-mais ja-sa (za) pratiled (be! jam-be

leg jar-din garden jar-ret

bam jas-min jasmine jat-te

bowl jau-gé

gauged jaû-ne yellow je-ter

to throw Jeu-di

Thursday join-dre

to join jon-ché frewed jou-ant playing jou-é

played jou-er

10 play jou-eur

gamester jou-jou toy joy-au (-ė) je wel joy-eux joyful ju-gé

jugded Juillet (uri) July ju-meau

twin ju-ré

Sworn ju-rent (ils) fwear (they) ju-rehr

/wearer Jui-ve (u-i) Jewels jus-que juf-te

juft.

man

until

* Such words as are preceded by the inverted comma, have the initial he asphated, but in other words, the letter h is mute; see p. 13.

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man-teau

mar-teau

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LA-BOUR PLOWING MA-CON

MASON
la-cé
laced
ma-lin

mischievous la-cet (ce) lace ma-rais

marsh Ja-che loose ma-ri

husband la-ché loofed na-tin

morning lai-de ugly

mai-son (zon) house lai-deur ugliness mai-tre

master lam-bris wainscot

mal-heur misfortune lan-ce lance

man-chon muff langue 1ongue

cloak lar-cin theft mar-bre

marble lar-ge broad

hammer lar-geur breadth

mau-vais

ill, bad, or evil lar-me tear

mé-chant wicked le-çon leflon

inê-lé

mingled lec-teur reader

mê-lent (ils) mingle (they) len-ieur Nowhefs nie-lon

melon le:-tre letter

mcm-bre limb li-bre free

men-tir li-me file men-ton

cbin li-mé filed

met-tre lin-ge linen meu-blé

furnished lif-te lift

mi-roir (o-e) looking-glass lo-ge lodge

heap lo-gé lodged mon-de

world lo-gis

mor-ceau bit or morfel loi-lir (lo-èzi) leisure

mor-dant biting lon-gueur length mor-dent (ils) bite (they) lou-che Squint-eyed mou-lin

mill lou-cher to Squint mous-quet (kè) musket lu-eur glimmer, light mour-le moss lui-fant (u-i) shining mu-et (e)

dumb, mute lur-tre luster

mu-tin head-strong ly-re lyre myr-te

myrtle-tree.

to lie

to put

mnon-ceau

home

NA-GEUR

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