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French Words of Seven Syllables.

French.

English. Am-phi-bo-lo-gi-que-ment Amphibolically an-li-chris-ti-a-nis-me (kris) antichristianism ar-ii-fi-ci-cl-le-ment

artificially ar-ti-fi-ci-eu-fe-ment (ze) artfully, craftily bé-a-ti-fi-ca-ti-on (i) beatification con-di-ti-on-nel-le-inent(lol conditionally con-sub-stan-ti-el-le-meni(li) confubftantially dé-la-van-ta-geu-se-ment(zej disadvantageously ex-com-inu-ni-ca-ti-on (Ji) excommunication i-gno-mi-ni eu-le-ment (ze) ignominiously im-ma-te-ri-a-li-té

immateriality im-ma-tri-cu-la-ti on (li) matriculation im-pé-né-tra-bi-li-té

impenetrability in-cor-sup-ti-bi-li-té

incorruptibility in-dil-fo-lu-bi-li-tó

indif(lubility ir-re-con-ci li-a-ble

irreconcilable ir-ré-li-gi-eu-fe-ment (ze) irreligiously par-ti-cu-li-c-re-inent

particularly per-pen-di-cu-lai-re-ment perpendicularly plé-ni-po-ten-ti-ai-re (Ji) plenipotentiary pro-vi-li-on-nel-le-ment (zi) provisionally ré-con-ci-li-a-ti-on (fi)

reconciliation su-per-sti-ti-eu-le-ment (li) superstitiously tran-sub-stan-ti-a-ti-on (fi) transubstantiation

French Words of Eight Syllables,

In-com-pré-hen-fi-bi-li-té incomprehensibility
ir-ré-con-ci-li-a-ble-ment irreconcilably
ir-re-pré-hen-fi-bi-li-té irreprehenfibility
mi-se-si-cor-di-eu-se-ment (ze) mercifully
spi-si-tu-a-li-fa-ti-on (1) Spiritualization.

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CHAP. CHAP. X.

French Words, wherein the final Confonant is articulated.

French,
Air

amer

amour arsenal eutel auteur Bonheur brut Calcul

English.
Air
bitter
love
arsenal
altar
author
good luck
rough
Calculation
cape
heart
Jpoon
Dowry
Choc
bell
hope
Enft
exa67
coxcomb
proud
ibread
monk's drefs
yesterday
winter
Mate

fea
honey

cap C@ur cuiller Dot Echec cnfer espoir Eit exact Fat fier fil froc Hier hiver Mat mer miel

French. English.
Nagour

Swimmer
naïf

ingenuous
Odeur

Smell
Ouest

Weft
Páir

Couple
pact

covenant parc

park poil

bair pleur

tear
Rétif

reftive
rougeur redness
Sel
serviteur servant
feul
fieur (le)

fir
foc

plougb-fare foif

thirst foir

evening Sud

South Tambour Drum troc

exchange Veuf

Widower vif

alive vis

screw Zélateur Zelot zénith (nit) zenith zelt

zeft.

alone

снА Р. C H A P. XI.

French Words, wherein the final Consonant is not articulated.

French.

English.

French.

English,

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corn, wheat

Août
August

Genêt
aprenti
apprentice

gentil Babil Prattling

goût banc bench

Instinct baril barrel

Jonc berger Shepherd

Laid bis (pain)

brown (bread lit blanc white

loup bled

Mars boulanger baker

mật bourg borough monsieur broc jug

Nid Choux cabbages nombril clef key

Officier clerc clerk

outil contrat covenant

ouvert cordonnier poemaker Paix corps body

pied Crucifix crucifix

prix Danger danger Rang drap

cloth

respects Et and

Sort exempt

exempt

soul Flanc flank

fourd flux flux

Tort froid

cold fusil

gun

Volontiers

Broom
pretty
taste
Instinet
Rub
Ugly
bed
wolf
March
maf
for
neft
novel
Officer
tool
open
Peace

foot
price
Rank
respeets
Fate
'drunk
deaf

Wrong

toux

cough
Willingly.

CHAP

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French Words which are the same in Sound, but different in

their Orthography and Signification,

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à, p.

abbaisle, c. abbesse, s. f. ail, f. m. aille, (qu'il) aie, (je) ais, f. in. aile; l.f. elle, pr. après, p. aprêt, la in. ancre, f. f: encre, T. f arrhes, j.fi arts, s. m. autel, J. m. hôtel. S. m. avant, P: avent, f. m. LAL, f. m. bale, jf.

HAS. Bas, s, m.

STOCKING.. at or to. bât, j. m, pack-saddle. let down. baux, s. m.

leases. abbess. beaux, a.pl,

fine. garlick bouillie, f.g.

pap. , go (let him. bouillis, a. pl. boiled. have ( I may.) CAP: f. m.

CAPE. board, jbelf. cape, ).f. a riding-hood, wing. car. p.

for. Mhe. quart, f. m.

quarter. after, carte, T. f.

a card. preparation. quarte, L. f.

- a quart. anchor. censé, a.

accounted. ink. sénsé, a.

sensible pledge. ces, pr.

these or those. arts. ses, pr.

his or her. altar. chaine, f.fi

a chain. l'arge-bouse. chêne, T. m. before, chair, lif:

flesh. advent. cher, a.

dear. Balli choc, . m.

mock bullet. choque, il) offends (he.)

an oak. name.

* The grammatical distinction of each word is denoted, in this Chapter, by the Italie letter which is annexed to it; viz. ar. Itands for Article: f. for Subftanlive: a. for Adjective: m. for Masculine : f. for Feminine: c. for common 10 kolh Genders: and ple fur plural: pr. for Pronoun : v. for Verb: and p. ior Particle : lee p. 100.

10.

Cigne, s.m.
swan. Mais, p.

BUT. signe, J. m. sign. mes, pr.

my. cour, J. m. heart, maux, f. m.

evils. choeur, f. m. choir, mots, J. m.

words. cor, f. m. bunter's horn. mie, j. f.

crumb. corps, Jim. body. mis, (je)

put. (1) DANS, P. In or Into, Nez, f. m.

Nose. dents, S. f. teeth. nés, v. pl.

born. des, ar. of the or from the. noin, . m. dais, f. m.

canopy. non, p. dois, (je)

THEY. owe. (I) On, pr. doigt, f.m.

finger. ont, (ils) they have. Есно, Ј. т. ECHO. PAIN, f. m.

BREAD. écut, f.m.

fare. pin, rom. a pine tree. FACE, f.f. the Face. pan, S.m. skirt (of a coat.) false, (qu'il) let him do. paon, f. m.

peacock. faim, f.f. hunger. RAIE, l.f.

LINE. fin, fof.

end.

rets, f. m. faon, f. 1. a fawn. rang, J. 19.

rank. fend, (il)

he splits. rends, (tu) rendereft (thou.) foie, f. m. liver. SEAU, S.m.

PAL fois, J. f.

time. faut, J.m.. a jump. . GRACE, S; f. Grace, fuie, f.f.

foot. grasse, a.

fat. suis, (je.) Haut, a. HIGH, TANT, P.

SO MUCH ob!tems, f. m.

time. Joue,l.f. CHEEK. toue, S. f.

towage. joug, f. m. yoke. toux, J. f.

a.cough. LAID, a. ugly. VAIN, a. m.

VAIN. lait, s. 1iho milk. vin, l, m.

wine. les, ar. the. vice, J.m.

vice. legs, fom, legacy. vis, /.fi

screw.

a net.

I am.

ho! p.

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