Dictionary of the English and Danish languages: adapted to the use of schools and learners of both language

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A.F. H°st, 1863 - Danish language
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Page 5 - Ttfftnbe, vn satisfy, content; - f´g meb (ún, to compound, make a composition, come to an agreement, come to terms with one, to settle.
Page 1 - Aabne, ra to open, to make, set, put or get open ; to unclose , to unlock; to unseal (a letter); to unbosom (one's self to one). faiuk-norik-Enydik Ordb,. Aandehul AabnirTg, s. opening; tperton, ╗per╗ tlon; gap, breach, hole; stool, opening of the bowels ; glade.
Page 596 - ... arranged. Copenhagen. 1863. 12mo. 107 pp. CRL, BM Contains some of the poems included in Poems for children, 1863. 175 Bojesen, Mrs. Maria Christine Weiss. Poems for children. Collected and arranged. Copenhagen: Chr. Steen & Son, 1863. 8vo. [2], 94 pp. CRL 176 Hornbeck, Cecil [1829-1910] Dictionary of the English and Danish languages, adapted to the use of schools and learners of both languages. English-Danish Part [Danish-English Part] Copenhagen: Printed for Andr. Fred. H0st by Bianco Luno....
Page 11 - Aftllplllng, 8. emptying, bottling. Aftappe, V. a. to tap, to draw off liquor ; to bottle (wine or beer) ; to draw (blood).

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