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Polish-English Dictionary
IN TWO PARTS
POLISH-ENGLISH
ENGLISH-POLISH
BY
W. Kierst and Prof. O. Callier
BURTS
SLOWNICZEK
Polskiego I Angielskiego
Jezyka
UHOZYLI
W. Kierst i Prof. O. Callier
D"WIE CZESCI W JEDNYM TOMIE
CZESC PIERWSZA: POLSKO-ANGIELSKA
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Polish-Fngflisfe
Abbreviations; Obja^nienie skrdoea.
a
= acij^'^tive, przymiotnik. obs. ^
p _=
adveriy przystowek.
agr.
'r=
'agriculture, rolnictwo. om. =
anat. = anatomy, anatomia. pi. =
crch. = architectwrt
f
budowni-
P&PP
=
ctwo. PX&prt.
aryt.
= arithmetic, arytmetyka.
astr.
= astronomy, astronomia.
2?m
=
hot.
= hotany, botanika.
prp
=>
c
= conjunction, spojnik.
prs'
r=
cTiem. = chemistry, chemia.
chir. = surgery, chirurgia. roil.
=s
; 'i
r (Sf
)
ST
feminine substantive, .
=
rzeczownik rotizaju sg.
=:
zenskiego.
eomp.
s=
comparafiue,stopien wyz-
szy.
=
familiar, wyraz poufaly.
superl.=
fam
te.
=
fig-
= figuratively, przenosnie. =
fiz.
= physics, fizyka. =
fort.
= fortification,fQTtyGk9.cja.
eol.
= geology, geologia.
van
=
gr. & gram. grammar, gramatyka.
i
= interjection, wykrzyknik.
jur. = law, prawnictwo.
VOi
=
kuch. = cookery, kucharstwo.
heral = heraldry, heraldyka. vd.
=
n tn TT
(^ "7) = masculine substan-
tive, rzeczownik ro-
ViP^
=
dzaju m^zkiego.
mal.
= painting, malarstwo.
vn

=
mar. = marine, marynarka.
mat. = mathematic$,m8Lt^ma.tj'ka,.
VTH
t 1
=:
med. = medicine, medycyna.
mil. = military, wojskowosc.
mi)i. = mining, gornictwo.
VT
=
muz. = music, muzyka.
myil. = hunting, mysliwstwo. vulg
.=r
myt. & mit. mythology, mytologia.
T -n I!
_
: neuter substantive.TzeczoyfUik
rodzaju nijakiego.
wet.
"=
up
=
for
instance, na przyktad. eo.
=
vum. = number, liczbsu
obsoUtey przedawnlony
wyraz.
ornithology, ornitologia.
plural, liczba mnog^
participle, imiesl'6'vii.
= imperfect (preteriiumj\
czas przeszly.
pronoun, zaimek.
preposition, przyiniek.
present tense
f
czaS tera*
zniejszy.
botany, rosllnnictwo.
substantive, rzec^ownikl
ainguiar, liczba pojedyn-^
cza.
mperlativCf stopiad naj-
wyzszy.
theatre, teatr.
typography, typografia.
verb active ftranHHveJ^
sJowo przechodnie.
verb active & neuter, slo-
wo czyzme i nieprzecho*
dnie.
verb active irregular, sfo-
wo czynne niereguiame;
defective verbf &l:owo uJch
mne.
verb impersonal
f
.8]:(wa
nieosobiste.
verb neuter (intransUioeJ,
stowo nieprzechodnie.
verb neuter irregular, sfo-
wo nieprzechodnie nie-
reguiame.
verb reflective
,
sfowo
zwrotne.
vulgar word, wjTSkZ po-
spolity.
veterinary aciencef wete-
rynarya.
zoology, zoologia.
Polish
English
A.
It
f
and; but.
abdyllkacja
^, abdication.
-*ko-
wac
'"^7
to abdicate,
abecadio
"?
alphabet.
*wy
f
al-
phabetic(al). [subscriber,
abonllament '^
subscription.*.ent
"^
absolucya
^, vid. rozgrzeszenie.
absolutllny
"
absolute, unlimited;
arbitrary; positive.'
-.yzm
'^
ab-
solutism.
aby
f
tbat, in order that ; in or-
ach*,
ah! alas! [der to.
acz, *kolwiek
f
although.
adamaszek
"^
damask (stuff),
adept
"y
adept.
adjutant
"^
aid-de-camp, adjutant.
adminilistracya ^t
administration,
direction, management,
-stra-
cyjny
"
administrative,
-stra-
tor ,
administrator, manager,
trustee,
-strowac
""f
to admi-
nister, manage.
admiralll " admiral
;
fzo.J
a'dmi-
ral (a species of butterfly.
*.li-
cya
^, navy-office.
^Istwo ^
ad-
miralty, admiralship.
adoptowac
^'f
to adopt.
adorator,
vid. wielhiciel.
adres
"^
address,
-at
'^
addressee.
-owac
to address , direct.
-OWy
f
przetvodnik -~, directory
adwent IJ
Advent,
--owy, ad-
ventual, of Advent,
adwokallcki *f
of lawyers, lawyer's;
Ctwo 7 -"tura \
bar, advoca-
teship, advocacy,
-t ^ adTOcate,
Czf^d poUko-angieUka. r
barrister, lawyer,
.towac
*T
^homuy to advocate for one, plead
in favour of.
afekt^
affection, passion.
-%.acya^,
vid. przesada.
wOwaiiy
"
vid.
przesadny.
afisz
'^ playbill, advertisement,
afront
^5 insult, affront; zroJ>i6
komu ^, to affront, insult one.
agat
'^ (min.) agate.
agencya^,
agency.
_
agent, ajent
^^ agent, factor ?!
agitllacya*i
^ciaia; exercise ; agi-
tation, commotion.
<ator
'^
agi'
agrest " gooseberry. [tator,
agronom
"^ agriculturist,
-.ia
^,
ai
*, oh! dear me! [agronomy.
akacya^,
(hot.) acacia.
akademllia \
academy.
*.icki
?
academical.
*.ik^
academician,
academist; student, (w Anglii)
icollegian.
akcent ^
accent; accentuation.
0wa6
""^
to accentuate, accent,
-'OWanie ^
accentuation.
akceptilacya
^, acceptance,
-o-
wac
^"
to accept
akcylla
^, action, activity; (w dra-
macie} action ; action, fight ; share
(bank.).-onaryTi8z'^ shareholder,
stockholder, actionary.
akcyzlla
*".
excise. -.
nik TJ , ex-
ciseman, [company.
akompaniowac
""^
(mm.) to ac-
akord '^
(mm.) accord; agree-
ment, contract; na akord, by job.
aksamit
"7 velvet,
-ka
*",
velvet-
collaAi
ny ?
velvet, velvety.
1
2 akt
atfll
act, action;
fte.J
axit; do-
cument, deed, roll. A'a pi., re-
cords
pl,f
archives pi.
-or
actor, stageplayer; (jurj plain-
tiflf.
^'Orkas
actress.
<^orski
f
histrionic(al), theatric(al).
>
aktnalllny
f
actual, real,
^-rynsz
^
actuary, clerk.
aktywa
pL, (jur.) assets pi.
akuratllnosc
^, accuracy, exact-
ness.
-iiy ?
accurate, exact,
strict. [acoustic.
akustyllka^,
acoustics
i?i. -^czny^
akuszer

accoucheur.
*.ka
^,
midwife, obstetrician,
ski
^
obstetric(al).
-stwo"
midwifery,
obstetrics. [alabastrian.
alabastller
^J.
alabastqr..
-rowy
"
alarm
^, alarm, disturbance.
*.o-
wac
^f
to alarm, disturb ; sound
an alarm.
alba
^, alb, surplice.
albo ?
or, else ; albo .
.
. alho^ either
... Or ; albo co ? what then ?
albowiem ?
because, since.
ale ?
but; ! ale\ oh, yes! yes,
alea^,
alley, avenue. [indeed!
alegorylla
^, allegory,
^-jnosc
^,
allegoricalness.
-czny
"
alle-
gorical
alfabet "IJ
alphabet,
-.yczny
^
alphabetical. [gebraical.
algebra
<",
algebra,
-iczny
"
al-
alisci
*, Cto pismiQ swietemj, lo!
behold!
aljans ^
vt<I. przymier^e.
alkaliczny
"
(chem.J alkaline.
allderz ^
alcove.
alkohol
'^ alcohol.
*iczny ^
al-
coholic.
alluzya^,
allusion, hint.
aloes
'^
Cbot.) aloe,
^owy ?
aloe-
alpejski
"
alpine. [tical.
alt
"^ (muz.) counter-tenor, alto.
altana^,
arbour, bower.
altematywa
^, alternative.
altowka^,
viol.
alun ^
alum.
amalgamat
*? amalgam.
.amanf^
lover, sweet-heart.
ansa
amarant
*^ ^6o<.y
amaranth.
Mh
wy
"
amaranthine.
amator ^
amateur, fancier.
amazonka^t Amazon, virago;
fast
young lady; lady's riding dress.
ambaras "?
embarrassement, trou-
ble, perplexity,
-wowac
^?
to
embarrass, trouble, perplex.
ambasaOda ^, embassy,
^-dor
'^
ambassador.
ambiilcya
^, ambition,
.tny
?
ambona ^, pulpit,
[ambitious,
ambra
^^ amber.
ambrozya
^, ambrosia.
amen, amen; jak ~ w pacierffuj
most certainly, without doubt.
ametyst"^ amethyst.
amfiteatr"^ amphitheatre.
amnestya^, amnesty
amoniak
"i
ammoniac.
amorek'y Cupid.
ampnika^, (mass) cruet.
amulet
",'
amulet.
amumllcya
^, ammunition,
'^cyj-
ny
^
fmilj w6z ^
~, ammunition-
cart,
[analysis.
analilltyczny
f
analytic,
-za
<;
analogilia^,
analogy, conformity,
--iczny ^
analogic(al).
_
ananas
"1? ( lot.)- pineapple.
anarchliia
^, anarchy,
--iczny
f
anarchic(al).
-vista
"5
anarciiist,
anarch.
anatomia
^, anatomy.
androny pi., idle talk.
andrut
"^
wafer.
anegdollta
*",
anecdote.
*.tyczny
?
anecdotal, anecdotic(al).
anglizowac
^^
to anglicize; ~ ko-
nia, to dock a horse's tail.
ani
f
not even; neither, nor; ani
jeden ani drugi, neither.
anielski
"
angelic(al).
animusz
"^ courage, heart.
anict
",'
angel ; ~ stroz, guardian
angel.
anizeli
f
than, rather than.
ankra
^, crampon.
anonim ^
anonymous writer.^
ansa
*",
rancour'
antaba
ajltaT)a^,
handle; ear, loop ^of a
jar etc.).
antatek ^
barrel, cask.
antenat
"^
ancestor, forefather.
antrepreneFt
vid, przcdsiebiorca.
antrepryza,
vid. przedsiphiorstwo.
antropologia
^, anthropology.
antyk
"^ antique; old-fashioned
thing.
-warz , -warynsz
^, an-
tiquary, antiquarian.
antylopa
^, CzoJ
antilope.
antymon
^
(chem.) antimony.
antypatya
^, antipathy, aversion.
anyz
'^ anise.
*,ek ^
--dwka
^,
aparat
"^
apparatus. [anisette.
apartament
"^
apartment, room.
apel
"^ call, call-roll.
apelacylla
*",
appeal,
-^jny
"
of
appeal; *ad-yy, Court of Appeal.
i*Owac
"^t?
to appeal. [nice.
apetyczny ?
tasty, appetising,
apetyt
'^
appetite; dobrego
.n,
I
wish you a good appetite.
aplikllant
'^ applicant, candidate.
<*OWaC
^^ vid. stosowac. *. .
si,
^cio czegoj, to apply oneself (to),
study.
apodvktyczny
f
apodictical.
apopleksya
^, apoplexy.
apostallta
'^
apostate,
.zya
^, apo-
stasy; desertion.
apostlldf^
apostle,
-oiowac
""^
to propagate religion, apostolise.
olski ^
apostolical; stolica
.ol-
ska,
the Holy See.
-.olstwo
"I
apostleship.
apostrof
^, (gram.) apostrophe.
a
^, (w retoryce) apostrophe.
aprobli'ata
^. approbation , appro-
val.
-.Qwac
'^f
to approve.
apteliczny, 'karsM
?
pharma-
ceutic(al).
apteka^t
chemist's shop, apothe-
cary's shop.
-rz
1?
dispensing
chemist, pharmaceutical chemist.
arabesk "IJ arabesque, Moresque.
arak

arrack.
arbiter
"^
arbitrator, arbiter.
arbitralnliie "p arbitrarily.
-,osc
*i
arbitrariness,
^.y
f
arbitrary.
onicznyf
^, archi-
artylerzysta
3
arbuz
*^ water-melon.
archanillelsM
f
archarigelic.
-ol:
"^
archangel.
arcMtekf^
architect,
architoctonic(al).
-.ura
tecture, architectonic. \pl.
arcMwum
'J
archives pi., records
arcy "p fuzywa sip w ziozonych wy-
razachj chief, principal; arrant;
arch . . . -^biskup
"^
archbishop.
-"bisknpstwo
"
archbishopric.
-dzieio
'J
masterpiece.-,kapian'?
high -
priest , arch
-
presbyter.
-ksiaJg

archduke.
*>totr
"^
arrant-knave,
ar^djla,
vid. dzierzawa.
-^arz
'^
holder of a country-inn.
*,o-
wac
""f
to take on lease, have
on lease,
areszt "IJ
arrest.
-*.ant "IJ
prisoner.
'Cwac
'^f
to arrest, take into
custody.
arflla
^, (muz.) harp; winnowing
sieve,
-.iarka^, (female) harper.
-iarz
'^
harper.
argument
'^^
argument, proof,
argusowlly ?
oc2?/
..e,
Argus-eyo
arka^,
ark. (jpl.
arkada<;
arcade,
arktyczny ?
arctic, -hyperborean,
arkusz
"^ (papieru) sheet.
-.Qwy?
Co ksiazce we formie ^owej) fo-
lio; too long,
armatlla
^, cannon, gun.
*-ni ^
of a cannon ,. cannon . . .
j
fcuZa
-'Ilia,
cannon-ball,
armia
^, army,
aromat
"^ aroma, fragrance, -y-
czny
"
aromatic,
arsenal "IJ
arsenal,
arszenik^
arsenic,
arterya,
vid. tptnica.
arteryjsklli ^ '-a
studniaf artesian
artykut ^
article. [well,
artylellrya
^, artillery, cannon,
ordnance; konna, horse-artil-
lery; *- polna, field-artillery:
-rzysta
^
gunner, artillery-mao.
4 artysta
artysta
*^ artist (painter etc.).
arya*",
song, air.
arystokrallcya
^, aristocracy.
*ta
aristocrat, -tyczr.ie
<^? aristo-
cratically. *.tyczny ?
aristocra-
tic(al).
arytmetyka
^, arithmetic.
as
"'
ace (at cards).
aseknrllacya
^, insurance,
-.acyj-
ny
"
insurance .
.
; towarzyshco
'acyjne
, insurance
-
company.
owac
^f
to insure. j
asesor

assessor, judge lateral.
aspirl.ant ^
aspirant, competiter.
-owac
^?'
to aspire, pant after.
astrolog"^
astrologer,
^-ia^,
astro-
logy.
astxonom
"^ astronomer. *.ia
^,
astronomy. [ment.
asygnacya
^, assignation, assign-
asystllencya
^, attendance, train,
.ent'"
attendant, assistant.
/*-o-
wac
"^f
to attend, accompany.
atak

attack , charge , assault.
'OWac
^^ to attack, assault.
ataman ^
ataman (commander
in chief of the Cossacks).
ateusz
"^ atheist.
atlas
'^ atlas,
atlas
"^ satin,
-owy ?
satin-like,
atleta
'^
athlete. [satin . .
.
atmosfelira
*",
atmosphere,
-^ry-
czny
f
atmospheric(al).'
atoli
f
yet, however, nevertheless.
atom
'^ atom.
atrakcya^,
attraction.
atramenf^
ink.
audyencya^,
audience.
audytorium
"
auditorium; audi-
tory, audience.
autentylicznosc
^, authenticity.
*czny
"
authentic.
autor
'^
author, writer.
*,ka
^,
authoress,
--ski
"
of an author,
literary,
-stwo ^
authorship.
awans

advancement, promo-
tion.
'owac
^f
to advance,
promote, pay in advance.
awanturlla *i
adventure,
-.nica^,
adventuress, -vniczy
f
adven-
badanie
turous.
'nik
'^
adventurer,
-o-
wac si, to go in search of ad-
az
f
till, until. [ventures.
az do, a4 na
-^^ as far as , up
to, till, until.
azeby
f
that, in order that, in
azyo ^
agio. [order to.
ba
<*^ & *, yes, indeed ! certainly not
!
baba
^, old woman ; coward ; a kind
of cake, baba; a kind of pear;
rammer.
babel

(figJ
confusion; icieia
Bahel, Tower of Babel.
babel ^
bubble ; blister, vesicle,
small tumour; soap-bubble.
babi
"
old-womanish, anile.
babka^,
grandmother; ^&o.;plan-
tain; ciuciu
~, blind man's-bufF.
babrac sie ,
to dabble,
flounder about.
babsk|!i^old-womanish,womanish.
*.0
"
ugly old woman, crone.
babullnia, 'Sia
^, dear grand-
mother.
bac sie
^f
to fear, be afraid, dread.
iaachahtka
*",
Bacchante; femalo
reveller.
bach6r
'^
Jew's child (so called in
contempt); obstinate child.
bacik"^
little boat; small whip:
baczijenie^
attention, heed, cau-
tion, care; c?aM;ac -*.
^,to heed,
give heed, -.nie
<^p attentively,
heedfully , carefully.
-^nosc ^
*
heedfulness, watchfulness; bacz-
nosc! do your duty! take care!
miec sip na ^.nosci,
to be on one's
guard,
^-ny ?
heedful, attentive,
careful,
^yc
"""
to heed, observe,
regard with care.
badallc
^?^
to inquire, investigate,
examine, make careful research.
-vCz"^
investigator, inquirer, exa-
miner,
-.nie
V
inquiry, research,
investigation, examination
;
judi-
badawczy
cial inquiry, trial,
-wczy
f
exa-
mining, inquisitive.
badyl
'^
stalk, stem.
bagatellla
^\ trifle, small matter,
-ny
"
trifling.
bagaz
"; baggage, luggage.
"bagnet
'^
bayonet.
"bagnisllko "J
marsh, swamp, bog.
-^ty
"
marshy, swampy, boggy.
bagno ^
marsh, swamp; Cbot.J
privet.
baja
^, (materya) baize.
bajllac
^"
to tell silly stories,
chatter, prattle,
-acz , -arz
"^
teller of idle stories.
bajeczjlka
^, nursery-tale.
a>iios6
*i
fabulousness,
-ny
f
fabulous.
bajklla*",
fable; nursery-tale,
-.o-
pis
'^
fabulist.
bak'^
(orn.) bittern
;
(owadj horse-
fly, ox-fly; /^za6att"fca>/ top, whirl-
gig; zhijac
*.i,
to be idle, trifle
away the time; strzelic
*a,
to
make a blunder, -i-ac
^V'
to speak
indistinctly. [master.
bakaiarz
"^ abecedarian , school-
baki
pi., - komu iwiecic^ to bow
and scrape.
bakier
"^^
na ^ czapT<f nosic, to wear
the cap on one side awry.
bal
"^
a large piece of timber,
beam.
bal
"^
ball (entertainment).
baiamullcic
^"
to wheedle, try to
seduce; talk idly; trifle away
the time.
.ctwo. "I
entanglement,
confusion
; idle talk,
t
'^
tka
^,
wheedler, seducer.
balansowac
^? to equilibrate,
keep in equipoise.
balasf;
ballast.
baldallch, cbim"^
canopy.
baldal'szek
^
(hot.) umbel.
'BZkowaty
"
umbelliferous.
baldryan "IJ
('botj valerian.
balet

ballet,
--nik
"^
ballet-
balia
^, washing-tub. [dancer.
balkon
"
balcony.
balon
'^
balloon.
balowilac
^f
to yisit dauciQ^ en-
barbarzynski
tertainments : lead a merry life.
--y ^
stroj -,y, ball-dress.
balsam
'^ balm, balsam,
-iczny
?
balmy, aromatic,
.owac
^? to
embalm.
'Owy ^
balsamic.
balrwan
"^
idol; (morskij wave,
billow ; blockhead ; loggerhead.
-xOWaty ^
awkward, clumsy.
balwierz, vid. cyruUk.
bahvochwalllca
"^ idolater.
-*czy
?
idolatrous,
-.stwo
"
idolatry.
bambus
"^
n>ot.j bamboo.
banda^,
gang, troop.
banderlla
^, flag, banner.
*.ola^,
banneret, pennon.
bandelet
"^
sword-belt.
bandos
"^
hired reaper, harvester.
bandullra
^, mandola.
-rzysta
"
mandolinist. [highwayman,
bandyllcki ^
bandit,
-ta*^
bandit,
bania
*",
large big-bellied bottle;
fbot.J gourd; dome, cupola; va-
pour-bath.
*luki
pL, stuff and
nonsense,
-.sty
"
bigg-bellied.
banillcya
^, banishment, pro-
scription,
-.t ^
outlaw, exile.
bank
'J
bank, banking-house.
banka^, phial, vial; cupping-glas;
bubble.
bankier"^ banker,
.stwo "J
bank-
ing-business.
bankiet
'J
banquet,
owac ^
to
banquet, feast.
bankllnot
'^
bank-note, bank-bill,
-owy ^
of a bank, bank . .
.
bankrullctwo ^
bankruptcy,
-t
^J
bankrupt.
tOWac
^V"
to become
a bankrupt.
baran
^
fzoj ram ; battering ram
;
rammer; wziad Jcogo na
--a,
to
take one upon the back,
-ek
'^
lamb ; lamb's skin
;
fu
czapkij gar-
nishu^ent with lamb's skin;
-*ek
Bozy, Agnus Dei.
barani
"
of a ram, sheep's; m.e
futro, sheepskin fur.
-na ^
mutton.
baraszkowad ^
to faddle, sport.
barbarzyllniec ^
barbarian; ty-
rant,
^nski
f
barbarous, bar-
G barbarzyilstwo
baric ; cmeL
^-nstwo
"J
barbarity,
cruelty.
bare
*",
bee-hive built in a tree,
barclian
"^ fustian.
barczystllosc
^, breadtb of the
shoulders,
-.y^
broad-shouldered,
bard
"^
bard,
barka^,
bark, barque,
barki pi., shoulders pi.
barkowy
<^? shouldered, (anat)
humeral. [to litter.
barllidg
"",
filth, litter.
*ozyc
"'^
barometr
"^ barometer,
baron

baron, -^owa
^, baroness.
barszcz
"^ sour Polish soup,
bartek ^
unmannerly, rude man.
bartnik ^
apiarist; clown, lubber;
(zo.j common bear.
barwila
^ colour; livery;
(iigj
pretence, pretext.
-,ic
^^ to co-
lour, dj^e; lay on rouge, paint,
barwiczka
*",
paint, rouge.
(
\
barwinek

(lotj periwinkle,
barwlsty
f
coloured; (o sukniej
woolly.
barwny
f
many-coloured.
barytlla, --ka,
small cask, barrel;
CfigJ
paunchy person.
baryton
'^ barytone.
bas
"^
(muz.) bass, bass -voice.
-y
pi., bass-viol; dac korau
^y,
to cudgel one.
basalyk'^
plump awkward fellow.
"Owaty
"
plump, awkward,
basetllla
*",
bass-vioL
-.ista
"^
violoncellist.
basista
'^
bass-singer.
basn
^, fable, fiction; story, fib.
basowac
"^'^
to flatter,
api.'aud.
basowy
f
bass,
basta
*, enough! stop I
bastard
"^ bastard,
bastyon, (fort.J
vid. narozni'k.\
basy
pi., vid. bas.
basza
"^ pasha.
baszta^,
watch-tower, bastion.
bat ^
whip, lash; dostac
-y,
to
bo cudgelled. -
batalia
vid. hitwa.
batalion
"^ battalion.
boat.
bekas
baterya
^, battery.
batollg
'"
whip,
--zyc
^? to cudgel.
baweinlla
*",
cotton.
-^iany
f
cotton.
bawillalnia^,
drawing-room, par-
lour.
*.c
^?'
to amuse, entertain,
divert; stay. m,c si
'^f
to amuse
or entertain oneself, enjoy one-
self,
-dio, ^deiko^J
plaything
-enie 1
stay
, tarrying,
-.enie
sie "J
amusement.
baw||6i
^
rzo.j buflfalo.
-voli ^ of
buffalo, buffalo...
bazalt
"^
Cmin.J basalt.
bazant
'^
r^orn.; pheasant,
-amia
^,
pheasantry.
bazar
"^ bazar.
bazgrallc
'"f
to scrawl, scribble.
-cz ^
scrawler, scribbler,
-nilia
*
scribbling scrawl.
bazylik'^jY&o^; basil,
-^a^,
Carch.j
basilica.
bazyliszllek'T
basilisk,
.kowy?'
of the basilisk, basilisk.
be
*, baa, ant ~ ani me, knowing or
saying nothing at all.
bebechy
pi., fvuig.j guts, bowels.
beben
"
drum
; Cfig.J
naughty
b'oy, pickle.
-*ek "IJ
small drum;
('zv uchuj tympanum.
bebnic
^^ to drum, beat the drum.
bf
C
*, flop
!
plump
!
beczellc
'^^
to baa, bleat; weep,
blubber.
-*.nie
"
bleating.
beczklla
^, tun, cask,
^owy
f
in
cask; pitvo
--owe,
beer in cask
or drawn from the cask.
beczuika
*i
firkiu, a small cask
or barrel. [thrush.
bedika
*",
Cbot.J fungus; fmed.)
bednarsliki
"
of a cooper, cooper's
;
-ka
robota, cooperj'.
*t'WO'I
coo-
per's trade, cooperage, coopery.
bediiarz
"^
cooper, hooper.
bejcila *i
corrosive,
-owac
"""
tc
corrode, etch.
bek

bleating; sobbing.
bekarllci^
bastard, spurious.
*t^
lja?far(J.
bekas

Coni.j becassiue, snipe.
'
bekiesza
bekieaza^
a large fur-coat.
bsksa
";<&*; child who often
cries and weeps.
[reams
bela^,
bale, pack; (pqpitruj ten
belka*",
rafter, beam.
beikot

stammering,
defective
utterance.-
-ac ^V"
to stammer,
stutter.
"beletrystila
*; belletrist -yka^,
polite Utterature, belles-letters jpZ.
beneficyTun ^
benefice.
beiizyna^*
benzine.
berberys
"i; barberry, -owy
?
barberry . .
.
berdysz

battle-axe.
beriiiika \
kind of boat.
berio ^
sceptre.
bestwic
^f
to brutalize, render
brutal. -*
sie
^f
^ brutalize,
become brutal.
beatylla ^
beast, brute (also
fig).
'^alski
"
beastly, bestial, brutish
besztac
'^
to reprove, reprehend
sharply.
beflj featherbed. [lilac.
bez
"5
elder, elder-tree ; ~ iurecki,
bez
P'^,
without,
.barwny
^
colourless.
bezbozllnie ^
impiously.
*.iiik
^
godless, impious man.
.nosc^,
godlessness, impiety.
-ny
f
god-
less, impious, wicked.
bezbronny
f
unarmed, weapon-
less, defenceless.
bezcen ^ za ,
dirt-cheap.
bezcielesny ^
immaterial.
bezczelniiie ^} impudently, shame-
lessly,
--osc
^, shamelessness,
impudence, insolence, -.y ^
im-
pudent, shameless, insolent.
bezczescic
''^^
to dishonour, vio-
late, stain.
bezczynllnosc
^, inactivity idle-
ness,
-ny
"
inactive, idle.
bezdellu
*",
(fathomless) abyss, gulf.
nny
f
bottomless, fathomless.
bezdroille ^
pathless track
; Cfig.J
wrong way; iac na
*a,
to go
astray,
-^ny?
pathless, untrodden.
bezduszny
f
Inanimate,
bezposredni
T
bezdzietnllie ^? without children,
without leaving children,
-OSC
',
childlessness,
-.y ^
childless,
destitute of children or oflfspringi
bezeclleustwo
"^
'^nosc
^, foulness^
abominableness.
bezecnie
**^ fouUy, abominably.
bezecny ^
foul, abominable, de*
testable.
bezgraniczny ?
illimitable.
bezgrzeszuosc
^, sinlessness, im-
peccability.
bezimiennllie
"-^ anonymously,
without a name,
y^
anonymous,
nameless.
bezinteresownltie
^'^
disinteres-
tedly,
-.osc \ disinterestedness.
y ^
disinterested, uninterested,
unselfish. [essential.
bezistotny
"
unsubstantial, un-
bezkamllie
^} with impunity.
-OSC
^impunity.^yf unpunished.
bezkr61ewie 1
interregnum.
bezllksztaitny ?
shapeless, dif-
form.
-ludny
"
waste, desolate,
unpeopled.
bezmaia
"? almost, nearly.
bezmiar
"!? immensity.
bezmyslnllosc \
thoughtlessness,
incogitance.
.y ^
thoughtless,
heedless.
beznaganny
f
irreproachable.
bezoki ?
eyeless.
bezokoliczny ^
(gramj tryb ..,
infinitive (mood).
bezowocny^fruitless, vain, useless.
bezparcyalny,
vid. lezstronny.
bezpieczllenstwo "J -'nose
^, safety,
security,
--nie
"-^ safely,
.ny
,
safe, secure.
bez! pierzysty, -^pidry ^
callow,
unfledged, naked.
bezpiatnllie ?
gratis, freely.
-GSC^i
gratuitousness,
^.yf'
gra-
tuitous.
bezptciowy
*? sexless.
bezpiodllnosc
^, sterility, unfruit-
fulness, aridity,
-^ny
"
stiCrile,
unproductive.
bezposredni
"
immediate, direct.
8 bezpo^redno
.0
<^
immediately, directly.
OSC
*
immediateness , imme-
diacy.
bezpotomnllie
^? without issue,
.y ^
issueless , destitute of oflf-
spring.
bezprawllie "? lawlessness, illega-
lity; injustice, injury,
-ny?^
law-
less, unlawful, unjust, illegal.
bezprzestannllie p incessantly,
continually,
-y ^
incessant, un-
intermitted, continual.
bezprzykiadnllie ^} matchlessly.
-,y ^
unprecedented, unexampled,
matchless.
bezr^czny
f
handless.
bezrogi
"
hornless.
bezrozumnllie "? irrationally, ab-
surdly,
-^y ^
irrational, void of
reason, absurd.
bezrzad"^
anarchy.
bezsennli'osc
*",
sleeplessness.
-*y
f
sleepless, wakeful.
bezsens ^
nonsens, absurdity.
bezsiinllosc
^, impotence,weakness,
-y
"
impotent, weak, feeble.
bezskutecznilie
^f
inefficaciously,
ineffectually.
*.y ^
inefficient,
ineffectual.
bezsprzeczny ^
incontestable.
bezstronnllie ^^
impartially, un-
biassedly.
-osc
^, impartiality,
-^y ^
impartial, just.
bezustanny,
vid. hezprzestanny.
bezwarunkowy ^
unreserved, im-
plicit, absolute.
bezwiadnllosc
^, inactivity, inert-
ness; /^/izj inertia.
*.y f'
inactive,
idle, inert.
bezwiosy
"
hairless.
bezwstyd
"
shamelessness, im-
pudence.
^XLJ ^
shameless, im-
pudent.
bezwzgldnliie
*^p absolutely, un-
conditionally;regardlessly.*.osc^,
absoluteness ; inconsiderateness,
regardlessness.
^.y ^ absolute;
regardless, inconsiderate,
bezz^bjiy ?
toothless.
bied^ie6
bezzellnny ?
unmarried,
-.fistwo
^
bachelorship, celibacy.
bezzwiocznilie
J*?
immedlatelyj
instantly.
<*y
f
immediate.
biada
*, woe ! wo !
-c^^
to lament,
bewail.
biaiawy
f
whitish.
biaiko ^
tke white of an egg,
albumen; the white of the eye.
-waty^'albuminose, albuminous.
biaio ^p white, in white.
*.drzew
"?
abel-tree, abele.
*.gtowa
^, wo-
man.
*sc^,
whiteness.
biaiosk6rni!lctwo "I tawery, taw-
er's trade,
-.k
"^ tawer.
biatllowiosy
f
white-haired.
*<o
zor,
(om.) gerfalcon.
biaty
"
white.
biblilla \
Bible, Scripture,
--jny
*?
biblical,
-.ofil '^
bibliopliile.
bibliograf
"1? bibliographer,
^ia
\
bibliography.
*.iczny ?
biblio-
graphic(al).
bibliotellczny^
of a library.
.ka
^.
library,
-karz
'^ librarian.
bibula
*i
blotting-paper;
(iig.)
drunkard.
bic
^^
to beat, strike ; ~ w dzwony,
to ring the bells; . w hebny, to
beat the drum ; ~ pie7iiadze, to
coin or mint money; ^ pale, to
drive piles ; ~ bydto, to slaughter
cattle; ~ z dziat, to fire or dis-
charge the cannon ; ~ czolem, to
prostrate oneself; zegar
bije,
the
clock strikes. *.
si
''^l'
to fight,
combat; ~ sipnapatasze, to fight
with swords; ~ sip na kuiaki, to
fight, box.
bicie 1
beating, striking; ~ serca,
the palpitation of the heart.
bicz
"^ whip.
~owac
'"^f'
to whip,
scourge, lash.
*.owanie ^
flagel-
lation.
*.ysko ^
whip-handle.
biedila <i
misery, need; od
*y,
hardly; viiec z kirn
.e,
to have
trouble with one; klepac
*.e,
to
suffer want,
.actwo
"J
miserable-
ness
;
poor creature, poor fellow.
-^ak
",'
poor fellow.
*-niec
^^ to
biedhy
become poor,
-.ny
?
poor, mise-
rable, pitiful.
biedninka
^, brass-beetle.
biedzic 8i
""^T
to t^^^ ^
great
deal of pains, take trouble.
bieg ^
course, race, career,
-ac^?
to run.
-acz
"^ runner,
-.le
"p
skilfully, cleverly; fluently.
biegllJOSC
*",
skill, ability, dexte-
rity,
-.y ^
skillful, able, expert.
biegun
"^
runner; pole; binge.
-'Owy
^l'
polar.
biegunka
^, diavrboea.
biel,-i*",
white garment.
*.,.xi'^
sap.
-arz '^
bleacher, -whiter,
-ec
"^'^
to get bleached, white,
^-enie 'J
bleaching, whitening,
'ic^^to whiten, bleach, blanch;
tin.
*.ic sie
''^f
^o appear as
something wliite. m.\Q,2i,vid.hylica.
bielidlo 7
white paint.
bieliizna^^
linen;
*-izna
stolowa,
napery.
.mo
"?
the white of the
eye; /^Tned.y cataract ;
zdjac
'^mo,
to couch an eye. *.iichny
"
snow-white.
bielun, vld. hlekot.
biern! ie ^^
passively.
*.osc
^. pas-
sivity, pasbiveness.
-^y
^
passive,
unresisting.
bierzmowallc^fto
con firm, bishop,
-nie
'J
Colejem swUtym) confir-
mation.
bies
'^
fvulg.) devil, demon.
biesiadl'a \ banquet, festive en-
tertainment, feast.
*nik
"^
ban-
queter; revener,.feaster.-.owac^'^
to banquet; feast, revel.
bie^acy
"
current, flowing; cur-
rent^, instant. [cabbage.
bigos
""l
dish of hashed meat and
bigot
"i; bigot, devotee,
-erya
*",
bigotry.
*.ka*",
(female") devotee.
bija! k
"^
beater of the flail, -vty-
ka*",
scuffle, scrimmage.
bil
'^ fii} parlamencie) bill.
bila
*, fi'i' V>'ze u) hilard) ball,
-^rd'^
(gro.) billiards pi. ; billiard-table,
^rdowy ?
billiard .
.
bilans
balance, balance-sheet.
bl^|ka6 sig 9
bileflj
small letter, note, billet;
~ bankowy, bank-note ; - do ieatru,
ticket.
bilion
"^ billion. [hip . .
.
biodro
^.
haunch, thigh, hip.
-^wy
?
biograf^ biographer,
-ia*",
bio-
graphy,
.iczny
"
biographic(al).
birbant

idle disorderly fellow,
reveller.
*.owac^^
to lead a loose
disorderly life, revel, carouse.
biret
'?
priest-cap, bonnet.
biskup ^
bishop. .! ^
episcopal,
-stwo
1J
bishopric; bishophood.
bisurman

infidel, Mussulman.
bisurmanic sie
T
to debauch,
lead a dissolute life.
bitnilosc
^, valour, bravery, valiant-
n'css.
*.y ^
warlike, valiant, brave.
bitwa
*",
battle, fight
bity?^ beaten; coined; ^ goScinicc,
high-road
biurko "J
writing-desk, scrutoire.
biuro
"
office.
*kracya
^ bureau-
cracy.
biurowy
"
official, office..,
biust, vid. popiersie.
bizmut
"J
bismuth.
bizon
'!; whip, knout;
rzo.J nre-ox.
bla
*
fie.
blacha ^ plate; iron-plate, tin-
plate.
*rnia
*",
sheet-iron-forge,
tinman's trade,
^-rz
'^
tinman,
tinplate-worker.
btad'^
error, mistake; fault, blun-
der
;
poki ludzie, poty heda hledy^
to err is human.
bladllawy ?
palish,
-osc
*",
pale-
ness, wanness.
<*.oz61ty
?
pale-
yellow,
.y
^
pale, wan.
bladzic
'"',''
to err, mistake; com-
mU a fault; go astray, lose the
way.
biagallc
'"'^
to implore, supplicate,
beseech.
*liiy
"
expiatory; im-
ploring, supplicatory.
btahl'OSC
*",
futility, triflingness;
unimportance, insignificance, -y*
futile, worthless; insignificant,
unimportant.
btakac si
'T
to err, wander about.
to 'blakna6
blakn^c
^t*
(q
materyij to fade,
lose colour.
blanM p^., (fort.) breast-work;
(arch.) pinnacle.
"blanMet
blank. [dour.
blask
"^ brightness, lustre, eplen-
blaszllany
?^ made of tin, of iron-
plate,
-ka
^ small plate (of
metal),
blat^
plate, table-plate.
btawat
" silk-stuflf.
-.ny?
silken;
handel
-ny,
mercery.
blawatek.
(botj blue-bottle.
biazelln^
buffoon, merry Andrew;
fool, dunce. -.nsM"
buffoonish,
foolish, waggish,
.nstwo
"J
buf-
foonery, foolery, waggery.
biaznowac ^
to play the fool;
Cz kogoj to make a fool of.
blednica
^ chlorosis, greensick-
ness, [ty; errant.
biedny
f
erroneous, wrong; faul-
bl^was
"^ white-lead, ceruse.'
bi^kit
"^
blue colour, azure; ~ nie-
bios, the blue sky.
*.nawy
f
pale-blue.
ny
f
blue, sky-blue.
blekot
"^
flot.J henbane, madwort.
blichtr'^
false show, delusion.
blisklli ?
near, nigh; imminent,
impendent.
*o
*^} near, nearly.
o-OSC^,
nearness, proximity.
o-
znaczny
"
synonimous.
blizna^,
scar, cicatrice.
blizni^
fellow -creature, fellow-
man,
-aczka^,
twin-sister,
^ak'^
twin-broiher.
^cy ?
relating to
twins,
--eta
pi; twins pi.
biocllic
^r
to soil, dirty.
*.ko
^
mud, mire.
btoglli ^
blissful, happy; sweet,
kind.
'>0SC^,
blissfulness ; felicity,
bliss.
biogosiawillc^^
to bless; glorify,
-'enie ^
blessing, benediction,
-^enstwo 7
blessing, benedition
;
bliss, felicity.
-*ony ^
blessed.
blok^
block, log.
--ada
*i
blockade.
-owac
^"
to blockade, block up.
Mona
^, membrane, pellicle, film
;
r.. brzuchowa, peritoneum; ~ md-
boczny
zyowOf meninges; ^ aercotoa,
peri-
cardium^ ~ siatkowa (oka), retina.
blond
(indeclj
f
light -
coloured,
fair,
'yn
blond, light-haired
man.
,yiia, -yaka \
light haired
woman, blonde. [flat country.
btonie
\'
pasture-ground, common
\.
btonka
^, pellicle, membrane.
blotllnisty"
marshy, boggy, swam-
py, --o
"J
marsh, bog, swamp.
bluszcz
"^ (lot.) ivy.
*.owy
?
ivy . . .
bluznillc
^^
to blaspheme, revile,
-eiiie
'J
blasphemy, calumniation.
-^-erca
"^
blasphemer,
-^erczy
?
blasphemous,
-erstwo
"5
blas-
phemy.
btysk";
gleam, glimpse.
biyskallc,
vid. Ilyszcze6. -
si?,
it lightens^
<^wica
^, lightning
;
flash of lighting.
btyskotllka^,
glittering trifle, tin-
sel,
-"liwy
"
glittering, showy.
Wysn^c
^7 to shine, glitter (for
a moment).
btyszczllacy
f
glimmering, glit-
tering, brilliant.
-*.ec
^? to glim-
mer, glitter, shine.
bo
f
for, because, since.
b6b
"i; riot.J bean.
bobak
"^
Czo.J
marmot.
bobliek
"? (hotJ laurel-berry; lau-
rel, bay.
'ki pi., sheep's dung,
-kowy ^
bay . .
.
bobo "J
Old-Bogey, black bogey;
chubby child.
b6br, Czo.J beaver, castor.
bobrowilac
^^ to wade through
the water like a beaver; search,
ferret,
-.y
^beaver;
.e
krople,
castoreum.
boChen, -.ek
"^ loaf (of bread).
bocian
'^ (omj stork. -1
^
of
the stork, stork's. -.i."
young
stork.
b6cik
"^
nice little boot, half-boot.
bocwina, r'&'^^J
beet; beet-leaves.
boczjlkiem ^
sideways, sidelong.
'ny
"
lateral , side . , .
j
m-n^
'przejhiej side-passage.
boczy6 sig
boczyc sif ^f
fn<^
kogoj to look
askew at.
bodaj! bodaize! ',
would to God;
bodaj cip! go to Bath I
bodjak,
fbot.) thistle.
bodziec
"^
thoro; goad; stimulus,
stimulation.
bodziszek
"^
fbot) stork's bill.
Bog
"^
God; idz z Bogiem! good-
bye! God be with you! hron Boze!
uchowaj Boze! God forbid! szcz^sc
Bozt! God help you!
bQgacic
^^ to enrich. <.
sie
^f
to grow rich.
bogalictwo "J
riches pl.^ opulence,
wealth,
-.cz ^
rich man , rich
fellow,
.ty
?
rich, wealthy;
costly, precious. [Lord.
Bogarodzica ^, the mother of our
bogdaj,
vid. bodaj.
bogini^, goddess.
bogpbojniiie'^?
piously, religiously.
-^OSC^,
fear of God, piety,
-ny^
pious, religious.
bohater
"^ hero,
-ka
^, heroine,
-ski
"J^
heroic,
-^stwo 1
heroism.
bohomaz

paltry, bungling
picture.
boj
'^
fight, battle, combat.
bojazliwilie
? fearfully, timo-
rously.
'OSC^i
fearfulness, timo-
rousness, timidity. m,j
f
timo-
rous, timid.
bojazn^, fear, timidity.
bojowliisko
"J
battle-field; thresh-
ing-floor.
i*-nik
'^
warrior,
-.y
^
of a fight, battle . .
.
bok '^
side, flank; pod boTciem,
hard by , near at hand ; na * /
clear the way! wziq.c kogo na
~,
to take one aside.
bol ^
ache, pain ; ~ gloicy, head-
ache; ^ zehoiv, tooth-ache,
-^epl-,
CpologoweJ throes pl.^ pain in
labour.
bolac)r ^
aching, sore.
boleji'c ^^? to ail, ache; grieve,
be sorry; glowa mnie boU, I have
a head-ache ; niech
cif
glowa o to
tne 6oiij don't care for it.
*jacy
f
bracfwo
11
ailing; sickling,
^st
*",
pain, ail-
ment
;
grief, sorrow, woe.
*silie
**?
grievously; dolorously,
-.sny
?
painful, dolorous.
bomba^,
bomb; wleciatjak^, he
came rushing in unexpectedly.
bombardllowac
^f
to bombard,
'OWanie^ bombardment.
-.yer^
^milj bombardier.
bonifikowac
"^'^
indemnify.
bonifrater ^
hospitaller; oddac
do BonifratroWy to declare a per-
son ripe for a mad-house.
bononski
^
piesek ., spaniel.
bor
'^
forest, wood.
boraks ^
borax.
borg

tick, credit.
borowik
'^
Cbotj cow-spunk.
borowka^,
('botj bilberry
borowy

forester, m. ^' forest.
borsuk
"
('zoj badger
bosak '^
barefooted man; hook;
na
-.a,
barefoot.
bosc
^'^
to butt, push with horns;
stimulate, goad.
boskili
^
godlike, divine, -.q
3
divinely,
-.qsc
^, diviueness.
boslio*^?
barefoot. ~y^^ barefooted,
bostwo "I
deity, diviuity.
b6t
",'
boot.
botanillczny
f
botanic(al).
--k
'^
botanist, herbalist,
-ka
^, botany,
bowiem ?
vid. bo.
bozek
"^ heathen god
boznica^,
synagogue.
bozy
f
of God ; Boze Narodzenie,
Christmas; Boze CialOf Corpus
Christi-day.
bozyszcze " idol.
brae
''"
to take; ("a rybachj nibble,'
(o koniuj ~ na kiei, to take the
bit in; ^
gorf
nad kirn, vid. gora:
* za zlx., to take amiss; ~ do serca^
to take to heart; mroz bi'erze, it
gets cold ; ~ sip do czego, to begin
with ; ~ sip do panny, to pay one's
courtship to a girl.
braciiszek ^
little brother; lay-
brother,
-.two
V
confraternity;
union, society.
12
brak brylasty
brak
*J
want, lack, need, *'nac,
-owac'^f
to be wanting; garble.
brama^,
gate.
brjtinowailc
'^^
to border, garnish.
-nie
"J
border, garnishing.
branllie 'J
(the action of) taking.
-^-iec
^
prisoner of war, captive.
<*ka
^, woman made prisoner of
war; recruiting.
bransoletka
*",
bracelet(ornament),
brat
"7
brother {liczha mnoga:
brothers i brethren); zapanie
^,
confidently, pertly ; - przyrodni,
step -brother; ~ rodzony , real
brother,
bratac
^f
to unite closely. ~
8i,
to fraternise; form a friendship
. with one. [pansy.
bratllanek
'^
nephew.
*ek
"^ (lot.)
bratersliki ?
brotherly, fraternal.
two 'J
brotherliness; the brother
and his wife.
bratiini ^
brotherly.
-ob6jca
"^
the murderer of a brother, fra-
tricide.
*.0b6jczy ?
fratricidial.
*Owa
^, a brother's wife.
brawo*,
bravo! well done!
"J
bravo, applause.
brawTira^,
bravery, gallantry,
brelldnia
*", nonsense, trash.
-dzic
'^V'
to talk nonsense.
brew*i
eyebrow,
brewerya
^, quarrel ; "brewerye wy-
prawiac, wyrahia6, to brawl, riot,
brewiarz
^i
breviary
bmac
'^f
to wade;
CfigJ
to run,
fall" into; w dtugi, to run into
debts.
broczyc
^^ to imbrue.
br6d
"^
ford ; w ~ rzekp przetyS^ to
ford a river, wade through a river.
broda^,
beard; chin, -vcz
"^ man
with a long beard,
.ty
"
bearded,
brodawka^,
wart, * c?/cfcot^a, pap,
nipple, teat.
~
brddka
^, little beard'.
brodzic
^? to wade; five JcrwiJ
to imbrue.
br6^
"^
stack, rick,
broic
^? to do mischief.
bron
^, weapon, arms pi. ; ~ palnot
fire-arms; na ramie ^! shoulder
arms! do nogl ^! ground arms!
bronlla
*",
harrow,
-owac
"^^
to
harrow,
-vowanie
"J
harrowing.
bronic
"?
to defend, protect;
prohibit ; ^ czyjej sprawy, to plead,
one's cause.
bronz
"^ bronze,
-owy ^
brazen.
broszura
^, pamphlet.
browar
%'
brewhouse, brewery.
br6l!zda
^, furrow,
-^zdzic ""f
to
furrow
; ffigj
tu put obstacles in
the way.
brud
"^
nastiness, filth, dirt,
^-as ^
sloven, grimy fellow.
*.no
"?
dirtily, nastily.
-*.ny ^
nasty,
dirty, filthy,
--zic
""f
to dirty,
soil, sully.
bruk
"^ pavement; zhijaS ~, to
saunter, lounge.
.arz
^
paver.
brukiew
*i
turnip; dzika *, navew.
brukowllac
^f
to pave,
-.anie 'J
pavement.
*.iec^
lounger; pa-
ving-stone,
-y
"
paving...,
pavement . .
,
; wiadomosci
-*e,
tho
news picked up in the street.
brulion
^
waste-book.
brunatnllic
^^ to brown.
*.iec
"^^
to turn brown. *.y
"
brown.
brtmet"?
dark-complexioned man,
^-a, -i-ka ^, brunette.
brutal
'V
rude person, brutish
fellow,
-ny
"
rude, brutal.
-^Stwo ^
brutality.
brwi
pi., vid. hreio.
bryczka^,
four-wheeled carriage,
britzka.
bryftregier
"^ vid. Uatonosz,
bryg
'^ Cmar.J brig.
brygada
^\ (mil.) brigade.
bryKa
^, waggon, carriage, vehicle.
brykac
^? (o koniuj to jib, kick
;
frisk; be refractory.
brykla^,
busk.
bryla
^, lump, clod (of eartu);
* lodu, flake of ice.
brylant
"^ brilliant, diamond,
<*o
wy ^
diamond.
brylasty ?
clotty, lumpy.
brylka
brylka^,
small lump, clot.
bryiowatilosc
^, clottiness; sphe-
ricity. *.y
"
globular, spherical.
bryudza \
kind of whey cheese;
bryt ^
fmateryi) breadth.
brytan
"^ mastiff, buldog.
brytfanna
^, frying-pan.
bryzgac
^^ to spout, squirt (with
mire).
brzakailc
^? to clink, jingle.
-^dio
"
any musical instrument
made of brass etc.
brzask
"^ day-break, dawn.
brzdakac
^^'
to thrum, jingle.
brzdek \
flop !
plump
! -.nac
^?
to fall with a noise.
brzeczllec
^'?
to hum, buzz;
-aca
TTiowe^a, specie, hard cash,
^-enie
"
humming, hum.
brzeg
"^
edge, brink; fmorzaj
coast, shore, beach; frzelcij'ba.nk)
(ksiazkij margin; fsuknij skirt.
"Owy ^
coast, coasting.
brzek ^
clash, clink, jingle,
'a'dlo,
vid. hrzakadio,
brzemie ^ burden, load, charge.
brzeiniennllosc
^, pregnancy,
-.y
f
teeming, abundant; '*>B,('kohieta),
pregnant, with child. [wood.
brzeszczot
^, birch -tree; birch-
brzmiiiacy
f
resounding, sonorous,
ringing, i^ec
"^^
to sound, ring;
purport,
'.enie ^
sound; tenor,
contents pi.
brzoskwinilla
^, peach; peach-
tree,
-^owy
^
peachy, peach...
brzost
"7
elm, elm-tree.
brzozlia
^, birch, birch-tree. m,o-
vry
"
birchen.
brzuch
'^
belly, abdomen ; do gory
--em,
on the back,
-.acz
'^
big-
bellied man.
.aty ^
big-bellied.
*0m6wca
'"
ventriloquist.
brzuszi'ec, brzusiec '^
the pro-
tuberant, convex part; ecpaica,
finger-tip.
-ny ^
abdominal;
^kura
'iia,
peritoneum.
brzydlal
'"
ugly person.
-,ki
^
ugly, naughty;
-^ki
czas, nasty
weather.
-%ko
<*? uglily, abomi-
buIgotaS 13
nably.
.nac
^',^
to become ugly.
-Ota^i
uglmcsg.
brzydz'Ienie sie 7
abhorrence,
abomination, disgust.
*.ic
''^^
to
disgust.
.ic sie
"^r
to loathe, ab-
hor, bo disgusted with.
brzytwa
^, razor.
buch *, plump! bang!
-ac
'"^
to
spout (out), burst out.
buchalter "IJ
book-keeper.
*ya
^,
book-keeping. [bottom.
buchta
^, bay, creek; (okretuj
bucik,
vid. bocik.
buczyna i
beech- wood; beech-tree.
budlla
*,
booth, shed, stall,
-nik
"?
line-keener; booth-keeper.
budowa
^, building, structure, con-
struction; architecture; (cialaj-
constitution,
-c
^"
to build, con-
struct;
(fig.
J edify;
-c
zamki na
lodzie, to build castles in the air.
budowla*",
building, edifice, con-
struction,
-ny ^
timber . .
.
; drzc-
wo
ne,
timber.
budownillctwo ^
architecture,
-^czy
? architect.
budulb'acy
"
edifying,
-.lec 7
timber, timber-wood.
budynek
"^
building, edifice.
budzi!!c
"'f
to awake, arouse. -*6
sie
'^r
to wake, awake.-vk^ alarm-
budzet
^,
budget. [clock.
buliaj
'"
bull, bullock.
bujac
^'^,^
to buoy, tower; , po
swiecie, to range the world.
blijn!|ie, <*o
"? exuberantly, ah
undantly.
*osc
*\ exuberanc94
y ^
exuberant.
buK
%'
beech-tree.
bukiet
nosegay.
bukowllina
^, teech-wood.
^y
?
beechen.
[wy
?"
box.
bukszpan

box-tree , box.
*.o
buksztel
'^
Carch.J centring,
bukwica^,
(hot.) betony.
bula*".
(papiezkaj bull.
butany
"
fallow, pale,
buirawa "?
staff, truncheon ; staflP
of commandment.
bulgotac,
vid, beikotac.
14 bulion
'balion ^
broth, bouillon,
"bnlka^,
roll, wheat-broad.
'bulla,
vid. bula.
bnnczuiiczny
"
swelled or elated
with pride, puffy.
'Czyc sie
^f
tx) swell with pride, grow proud.
*k

horse's tail, Turkish
standard.
bunt ^
sedition, rebellion, mutiny.
revolt
owac
to stir up
against., raise. ^
sie'^f
to rebel,
revolt,
-.owanie sie "J
stirring
up; sedition,
.owniczy
f
rebel-
lious, seditious, mutinous.
*.o-
wnik
"^
rebel, rioter.
bura^,
sbarp reproof, rebuke.
btirak
'^
(hot
J
beet, beet -root.
*owy
'^ beet . .
.
bnrczec'"??
to rebuke, reprimand.
burda^,
brawl, scuffle, riot.
burgrabia burggrave.
burka ^,
^
felt-cloak.
burkn^C,
vid. hurczei.
bunnistrz
"^
mayor,
Cw NiemczechJ
burgomaster, '(LondynuJ Lord
Mayor.
*.owac
'"V'
to govern as
2^ regent, domineer,
-owski
"
mayoral, mayor . .
.
bnrsztsoi
"^
/minj amber.
*owy^
amber.
burt
"^
border, galloon,
-a
^.
CokrptuJ board.
bury
f
dark-grey.
burza
"^ storm, tempest.
burzliwllosc
^, boisterousness, im-
petuosity. -*,y ^
stormy, tempes-
tuous, boisterous.
burzyllc
'"^
to ferment; stir up;
pull down, destroy.
*.c 8i
'"T
to
ferment; rage, -vciel ^
agitator,
perturbator ; destroyer.
busola
^, nautic-compass.
but,
vid. h6t.
buta^,
pride, scorn.
butel
'^
bntla
^, large bottle.
-*ka
^,
bottle, vial.
*kowac
^"
to bottle,
put in bottles, 'vkowy
"
bottled,
bottle . .
.
; M'kowe piwo, bottled
beer.
bzyku6
butn;;le, --o
"'} haughtily, proudly,
boastfully.
*.osc
^, haughtiness,
pride ; boastfulness.
^.y
f
haughty,
arrogant; proud; boastful
butwiec
'"V'
to mould, become
musty.
buzia
*",
-^k
'^
little mouth, lips pi.
;
kiss; dac koviu huzi, to kiss one.
bnzowac
""V"
to snub, rebuke,
by
f
in order that
;
(in order) to.
bye
"^'f
to be ; ^ w domu, to be at
home; ladi co badzy at any rate.
byczli'ek
"^
bullock,
-.y
f
ox ...
,
bullock . .
.
bydl ^
beast, brute,
-cose
^,
beastliness.
*.cy ^
brutish, bestial.
bydio
"J
neat, neat-cattle, cattle,
byk
"^ bull.
-*.owiec
"^ bull's pizzle.
byle ?
~ tylko, provided that.
bylica
^, fbot.J mugwort, artemisia.
byiy
f
late, former,
bynajnmiej
"'} not in the least,
by no means, in no wise
bystrllo
"^^ quickly, rapidly.
OSC
^
swiftness, quickness , rapidity
;
CumystuJ quick comprehension,
acuteness.
.y ^
swift, rapid ; sly,
acute; ingenious, cunning; ^.y
wzrok, sharp or keen look,
byf^
existence, state; situation;
dohry *., welfare, prosperity.
-'Iiosc^,
stay, sojourn,
.owac^^
to exist, be; stay.
b3rwac
'"V'
to frequent, haunt:
happen'.
bywalec

old stager.
bywaly
"
experienced,
bzdurlla^,
stuff, fiddle-faddle;
little fool,
-.ny
^trifling. *.stwo
"
foolish talk, nonense ; triflingness.
bzdnrzyc
""f
to talk nonsense,
faddle.
bzik
"^ crack, crazedness
j
miec
*a,
to be crack-brained-
bzionka
^, elder-berry.
bzowy ^
eldern,. elder . .
.
; kioiat
~, elder-flower.
bzykac ^
to hum, buzz.
cabr
c^bllTi
-er ^
(o mifsiej buttock,
rump, fillet.
Icaca*. C^t
dzieei) beautiful I 'tis
fine !
-nv
^
(fam.J
genteel, pretty.
cackllac , cieckac 8i
^T
to
fondle, caress.-
-*o ^
toy, play-
cal

inch. [thing, gewgaw,
caiklliem, -owicie
^f
wholly,
entirely, completely, -.bwitosc
^,
totality.
-owity ?
whole, com-
plete, total; undivided,
^-owy
f
(mat.) integral.
Caio "^
safely, safe and sound,
calodziennllie
^^ during the whole
day, all day long,
-y ^
lasting
the whole day.
~
calopalllenie "J
burnt -sacrifice,
holocaust,
-ny ^
offered as a
burnt-sacrifice.
Calosc
^, whole, totality, entireness.
catowallc^f
to kiss, caress:
nie
7
kissing; kiss.
Cal|I6wka
^, inch -thick plank.
-owy ?
inch, inch -thick, an
inch long. ^ [cloth.
caltm
"
pall, shroud, hearse-
cains
"7
loud kiss, smack.
<*ek
'^
kiss (kind of confection),
calnllsienkij^tenkif
whole, entire,
uffdamaged;
sienki
dzien^ the
livelong day. .
Caiy ^
whole, all ; entire, total ; safe.
cap
*, snap ! m. "7
ram
; (fig.J
drone,
sluggard-
--ac, nac
'"'f
to catch
eagerly, gripe, grasp,
capstrzyk
"
tattoo.
car^
czar,
owa^,
czarina,
-ski
^
czarinian.
^^stwo
"
the empire
of the czar, empire,
ceber
"7 pail, bucket.
cebullia
<i
onion, bulb,
^asty
?
bulbous, bulbaceous.
'Owy
"
made of onion, onion . .
.
Cech^
guild, corporation, asso-
ciation. *ra
*",
mark, sign, stamp
;
token, character, indication,
cechowllac
^f
to mark, stamp,
ceregiele 15
brand; characterise, distinguish,
y ^
oif a guild, corporate.
ceor
'7
cedar, j .
cedrowy
f
cedar, cedar ..
ceduta*
note, ticket.
cedzllenie 7
filtration. -.16
^*
to
filter, filtrate;
*ic
przez zpby
stowd, to drawl one's words.
*idto 7
strainer, colander.
cqgi
pi; tongs pi.
cegilielnia
^, brick-kiln,- tile-kiln,
-la
^, brick,
'lany ^
made of
brick,
larz
"? brick -maker,
-lasty
f
brick-coloured.
Cel^
mark, aim; scope, design,
end, view; w tym celUj with this
cela
^, cell. [view.
celebrowac
^? to celebrate, mass.
celnllie
^^ exactly, right, without
missing the aim.
-^ik
"^
toU-
gatherer, tax-gatherer, excise-
man.
'OSC ^, justness, correct-
ness,
^.y ^
hitting the mark;
prominent, eminent; -.y sirzeltCy
marksman ; komora cAna, custom-
house.
celowllac^?^
to aim,' take aim at;
fw
czemj to excel in; fnad in-
nymij to surpass, outdo.
iiik

diopter (gram.) dative.
cembrowallc
^'f
to cover with
planks, plank.
*.nie
7
planking.
cement ^
cement.
cenlla K
price, value, rate,
-^.jc
^'f
to prize, Talue, estimate ; esteem
;
ask a price.
*.nik

price-list.
-"llOSC^,
high price, high value
*ny ?
of high price, precious.
cenzor
^7
censor.
. _
cenzorilowany 7
stool of repen-
tance,
-ski ^
censorial.
cenzurlja^,
censorship.
owac^?
to censure.
cepllak
"^
-risko
"I
shaft of a flaiU
cepy
pi; flail.
cera
^, Ctwarzyj complexion.
cera
^, darning,
-ta
^, cerecloth^
oil-cloth. .
ceregiele pl.t
unnecessary Com-
pliments; ceremonies pU
16 ceremonia
ceremonilla
^, ceremony, formality.
-^at
"^
ceremonial,
-^alnie "^
ceremonially, ceremoniously.
*.al-
nosc
^, ceremoniousness.
*alny
f
ceremonious.
cerkiew/;
Greek church,
cerowac
"^f
to dam.
certowac
'"V'
(si?
'^^
to dispute;
contest,
cesarsliki
f
imperial,
-.two "J
empire; the emperor and his
consort,
cesarz
'^
emperor,
ewicz,
czaro-
witch, prince imperial,
-.owa
^,
empress.
Cftklla,
dot, spot, speckle; w .!,
speckled.
*'Owac
'^f
to spot,
speckle. ' -owany ?
spotted,
speckled..
Cetnar^
hundredweight, quintal,
cetno
"
even, number
;
gra6 w ^ i
licho, to play at even and odd.
cewka*",
bobbin, canula, pipe,
cha ! cha !
*, ha
! ha
!
chaber
J^
CbotJ blue-bottle,
chadzac,
vid. chodzic.
chaiastra^,
mob, rabble, populace,
chalnpa ^, (peasant's) cottage,
cabin, cot
cham

peasant, viUaia
Chan
"^ khan,
chaolls
'^
chaos, disorder.
*tycznyf
chaotic, confused, [snap,
chapllac, -^nac
'"^
to grasp, gripe,
charakter
",'
character, temper,
disposition ; hand-writing. *.y-
Styczny ^
characteristic,
-^yzo-
wac ,
to characterise.
charcica^,
a greyhound-bitch.
charllczec, -kotac^^
to hawk and
spit.-^-kot "prattling (in the throat),
chartak"^
poor man; sickly man.
chart
"i
greyhound. [hovel,
chata
^, cottage, hut, peasant's
chcllenie 1
voUtion, mind, desire.
iec
'7 to be willing, have.
a
mind, intend; want, desire; chce
misipjesc, I am hungry; chce mi
sip i?ic, I am thirsty;
i*e, I will.
chciwllie
<*p eagerly, greedily.
chlop
'iec'^ greedy man.
^-osc^, gree*
diness, covetousness, avidity. A.y
**
greedy, covetous, avaricious.
chf
C
^, will, wish, mind, desire.
chedojlgi ^
neat, clean,
-.go
^^
cleanly, neatly,
-.^enie
V
cleaning,
cleansing.
<v4yc
'*^f
to clean,
cleanse.
chetbac'^f to agitate, move, shake,
cheipllic si
'"V
to boast of, brag,
vaunt.
'liwie "p boastingly,
boastfully.
-liwosc
^, boast,
boasting, boastfulness.
^-liwy
?
boastful, boasting.
chemilla
^, chemistry.
*.czny
?
chemical.
-,k "?
chemist.
cherlallc
T
to be sickly.
*k
7
valetudinarian, sickly person.
cherub
"^
cherub.
cht||ka
^, fancy," mind,
'iiie
**p
willingly, fain,
.ny
f
willing,
fain, ready.
cMmerlla
*",
chimera,whim, caprice,
^-yczny ^
whimsical, capricious.
china \
Peruvian bark, Jesuits*
powder.
chinszczyzna
^, Chinese style.
chirnrg
%' surgeon,
.ia
^, surgery.
-^iczny
"
surgical.
chlac
'"^
to drink to excess, tope.
Chlastac
^^ (hlotemj to splash.
chleb
"^
bread;
(iig.J
livelihood,
bread; ~ razowy, brown bread;
^pszenny, white bread; -zmastem^
butter and bread; ~ taskawy,
bread of charity.
*.odawca

forsterer; master, employer.
chlew
"^ pig-sty.
chlipac*^?
to lap, quaff.
chiod

coolness, freshness.
chlodnljac
'"^ to grow cold,
-.ik'^
coohng-'drink.
-o
"? coolly, fresh-
ly,
-osc
^, vid. chtod. -y
f
cool,
fresh.
Chiodzllacy
f
refreshing, cooling,
refrigerant,
-ic
"^ to cool, re-
frigerate,
-.ic sie
^r
to refresh,
oneself.
chion^c
^'^
to devour, absorb.
chiop
'\'
peasant, countryman; w
cMopa
*i,,
the choice of men.
ak
^
lad, boy, stripling,
-.czyk, czy-
na'^
little boy. .!
1J
child, boy.
-iec
"^
boy. *i|cy
"
boyish,
childish,
^isko 'J
boor, churl,
clown.
-ka
^, country-woman,
ski
"
peasant, rustic ; churlish,
clownish,
-stwo ^
peasantry.
Chlosta
^, whipping, stripes pl.y
bastinado,
-c
^^ to whip, lash.
chluhL'a^,
honour, pride, distinc-
tion,
^ic si
'^r
to glory in a
thing, take pride in a thing.
ny
f
honourable, creditable,
laudable, honorific.
chhipotallc
^? to gurgle,
-nie ^
gurgling.
chlustac
^^ to splash, squirt.
chiystek
"^
hobbledehoy, winny.
chmara
^, cloud, multitude, mass.
chmiel
"^ hop.
-.amia,
hop-
garden,
-.arz'^
hop-picker,
ic'^^
to hop.
*.nik
ij
hop-field.
chmurlla
^, cloud.
*.ka
^, a little
cloud,
-ny
'^ cloudy, gloomy,
overcast.
*'Zyc si
T
to gi-ow
cloudy. [little.
choc**?
at least; ^ troche^ ever so
Chol'c, *'Ciaz ?
though, although
;
chochy naicet, even though.
chochilik
"i; gnome.
ch6d
'^
walk, gait, pace.
chodl!ak'7
bast-shoe, clog.
*.nik'^
avenue; side-walk; foot-walk.
chodz.'enie "i
walking,
.ic
^? to
walk, go;
ic
za swemi intere-
samif to look after one's busi-
ness
;
nie chodzi mi o to, I do not
choina^,
pine-tree, [care for it.
cholerlla
^, cholera,
-yczny
f
choleraic; choleric.
chole^ila, -ka
^, leg of a boot;
choleJvTci smalic, to court, woo.
chomato \
horse's collar.
chomik
"?
CzoJ hamster.
chor
'^ choir, quire, chorus.
choragiew^?
standard, ensign, flag;
(zolnierzzj company, squadron,
-ka
\
pennon, streamer; (na
dachuj vane, weather-cock.
CzpU jiolsko-angielsJca.
chropowato 17
choralU
"^ choral(e).
*lny ?
choral,
choric.
Chorazy"^ standard-bearer, ensign.
choroliba
^, sickness , disease,
malady;
-ba
morska, sea- sick-
ness;
*ba
f^u). Walentego, falling
eicknessj epilepsy; id do
'by,
go and bo hanged.
.bliw>'
?
morbid, sickly,unhealthy.*wac^
to be sick of;
-^wac
na oczy^ to
have sore eyes ; .wac
2 te.sknoty
za krajeTTif to be homesick.
chorowitllosc
^, sickliness, infir-
mity.
i*y
"
sickly, infirm.
ch6rowy
f
choric.
chory'i
patient, sick person.
^
sick, diseased, ill.
chow
"^ (zivierzat) breeding ;
bydta, cattle-breeding.
chowallc
^f
to keep, preserve;
hide, conceal; bury, inter;
-c
do
kieszeni, to put into pocket;
4c
w pamieci, to keep in mind,
^.c
sie
^V
to hide oneself, abscond;
to''live; be brought up; dzieci
mu sie nie chowajaj his chil-
dren die when young,
--iiie^
preservation
;
(cial) burial, inter-
ment,
ny
f
domestic,
-^ny,
grac to m.
negO,
to play at hide-
and -seek. [maybug.
chrabaszcz ^
beetle, cockchafer,
chrapaiIc^*^to
snore, snort.
*nie 7
snoring, snore.
chrapka ^, grudge ; mieS na kogo
chrapke, to bear a person a grudge.
chrapliwii'ie
"? with shrill voice,
-.y ^
shrill, harsh, hoarse.
chrapy
pi., nostrils pi.
chrobot^
rattling, cracking noise,
-ac '^f
to grate, jar, rattle.
chromflac
'^V'
to holible, go lame,
anie
"
hobbling, hobble. m.j
f
lame, crippled.
chronic
^'"
to shelter, screen.
chroniczny
f
chronical.
chronologij'a
^, chroiJology.-.cznie
^ chronologically.
-*czny"
chro-
nological.
chrop wat!Io?
roughly, ruggedly.
Z
18 cliropowatos6
'06
'',
ruggedness , roughness,
harshness, -.y
'^
rough, rugged,
Chr6st
'i; brush-wood. [harsh.
chmpac
^f
?
to craunch, crackle.
Cliryplliec
""^
to have a hoarse
throat; speak in a hoarse voice.
*ka
^, hoarse throat,
-i^liwy
f
hoarse.
Chrystus

Christ.
Clirzakac,
vid. krzakac.
chrzan
"^
horse-ra'dlsh.
chrzastkHa
^, cartilage
,
gristle.
-Owaty
"
gristled, gristly.
chrzaszcz

scarabee, coleopter.
chrzcillc
^^ to baptize, christen,
-elnica
^, baptistery, font.*.nyjpJ.,
christening (feast).
chrzczony
f
baptised.
chrzescijaOnin"? christian,
-.nka
^,
christian (woman).
-.nski
"
christian,
-^nstwo
"
Christianity,
Christendom. [clash, clang.
chrzellscic
'^V'
clink, clatter.
*-st
"J
chrzellsniak
'^ godson,
-st

baptism; trzymac do chrztu, to
stand godfather (a child),
-stny
"
ojciec
^stny,
godfather; matka
-stna, godmother; syn
stny,
godson.
chuc
^, lust, concupiscence.
chuch
"5 whiflf, puff; huffed pawn
;
wziad
-a,
(w warcabach) to huff
a man.
*,ac
'^V'
to beathe, blow.
-rak
"^ gaunt man,
^ro ^
inte-
stines pi. of a fish.
clmdllerlawy
f'
somewhat lean.
~eiisz
"^ poor devil,
-nac
^?
to grow lean, meagre,
-oba^,
modest fortune, small property.
OSC
^, leanness, meagreness.
*.y
f
lean, meagre, lank; poor.
chudzilfatko'; *na
^, poor wretch,
-uchny
"
very loan.
chusta
%
piece of linen, kerchief;
zhladi
Jak m>f
he grew pale as
death.
chustac
""f
to swing,, seesaw.
*
sif ^r
to swing oneself, see-
saw.
chustawka^t
seesaw, swing.
ciag
chustlleczka
^, handkerchief; neck-
kerchief, kerchief.
*.ka s
hand-
kerchief;
-ka
do nosa, pocket-
handkerchief.
chwaia ^, praise, laud, glory; Bo^
gu ~, God be praised.
chwalca

praiser, eulogist.
chwalebnille ? laudably,
y
f
praiseworthy, laudable.
chwalic
^? to praise, commend,
-^sie,
to praise oneself, boast;
nie chwalac sie, boast apart.
chwasf^ weed.
chwat

brisk, gallant fellow.
chwiac
"^f
to shake, balance.
'"
si,
to stagger, waver, totter.
chwiejllacy si,
wavering,
-^nosc
^,
irresolution, unsteadiness,
^-ny
?
wavering, unsteady.
chwillla, -^ka^,
while, moment;
CO chwila, every moment.
*.owo "^
momentarily.
*owy
f
instan-
tenous, momentary.
chwylicic,
-tac
"^f
to lay hold,
grasp, catch.
chyba <p <fc ? except; accept that,
save that. [fro,
chybilac, 'Otac
'^V'
to wave to and
cnyhillac, -'C
""?
to miss, fail;
na
-i irafii,
at random.
chybklli
"
swift, nimble.
.0SC
^,
swiftness, nimbleness.
chyc
*, hush! quick!
chychofy anie
"J
titter, giggle,
--ac si
"T
to titter, giggle.
chylic
"^^
to bend, bow. .
sie,
to bend; be on the decline, de-
cay, [sneaking manner.
chyikiem
<^P
bendingly; in a
sneaking manner.
chytrllOSC
^, cunningness , craft-
iness, slyness.
*.y ^
cunning, sly.
^26 ^} cunningly, craftily.
chyzllo
<^^ swiftly, nimbly,
-y
^
swift, nimble, fleet.
ciac
'"'^
to hew, smite ; strike, cut
;
J" drzeioa, to fell or cut down
trees.
ciag ^
draught; course or space
of time, interval ; w
*ii
lata^
in
ciagle
the course of summer ; ~ dalszy,
continuation.
ciaglile
? continually,
'lose
^,
ductility, ductileness.
.Jy
f
con-
tinual, incessant; ductile.
~
'
ciagnllac ^^V"
to draw, pull; di-
late, extend; move on, march;
^ korzysc, to derive profit from;
dalej, to go on, continue,
.ac
sie
^'
to extend, reach,
-ienie^"
draught, drawing,
-^if
ty, -'iony
^
drawn;
Co
kruszcadij^ embossed,
chased.
Ciato
"
body; flesh; Boze ^, Cor-
pus Christi day.
.skiad
"^
cpn-
Btitution of the body.
ciapa
*",
milksop,humdrum coward.
Ciarki
pl-y chill, shudder; az mi
~ przechodza, my flesh begins to
creep.
ciasnina
^, narrows pi., stijait.
ciasniio
"? straitly, narrowly.
-OSC, 'Ota^,
narrowness, strait-
uess. -y
;*
narrow, strait, tight;
-a
glowa, a bluntheaded, thick-
skulled fellow. [paste.
Ciastilko^
cake, pastry.
'O
"J
dough,
Ciaza^t
pregnancy; zajsc w daze,
to become pregnant.
ciazlienie
^
gravitation
;
pression,
pressure.
.yc
^\^
to be heavy,
lie heavy upon; gravitate.
Cichllaczem "p silently, by stealth,
underhand,
-..nac
'^V'
to be ap-
peased
;
abate, go down,
-.o
?
in a low voice,
.osc
*",
quietness,
tranquillity,
.y ^
still, quiet.
ciec
^f
to run, leak ; ciecze z da-
chu, the eaves drop.
cicie
"
cut, stroke, blow.
ciecierka^,
(om.) heath-hen.
cieciwa
*",
string (of a bow)
;
(mat.)
cijord.^
jCieckac sie,
vid. cackac.
ciecz ^
fluid liquid.
ciega
^, stroke ; dostai cipgi, he
has been trounced, soundly
horsewhipped.
ciekac si
^f
to be in heat.
ciekawilie
*? curiously, inquisiti-
cienkusz 19
vely.
-osc
*",
curiosity, Inqulsl-
tiveness.'wski'^ inquisitive body
-y
f
curious, inquisitive; inter-
esting. [liquiJ.
ciekillOSC^,
fluidity.
*,y
f
fluid,
cielilak
'; bull-calf, calf,
-.atko
^
a little calf;
CfigJ
ninny,*" sim-
pleton, .fi
;
calf.
*ec
"5
molten
calf; idol.
cielecllina
^, veal,
-.y
f
calfs,
of veal; pieczen
.a,
roast-veal.
cielesnie
"? bodily, corporally;
carnally.
cielesnilosc
*",
corporality; carna-
lity, sensuality,
-y
f
corporal;
carnal, sensual.
cielicsif
^^ to calve.
cielistilosc
^, obeseness; flesh-
colour.
*y
f
flesh-coloured, in-
carnate.
cielna
^, big with calf.
cielsko ^
(with contempt) miser-
able body.
ciemierzyca
*",
fhot.J hellebore.
ciemig
','
the crown or top of the
head; nie w" ^ lity, not wanting
sense,
'^ga 'y
dullard; bore (per-
son).
ciemiezlica '^
oppressor,
-.enie
7
oppression, pressure,
-yc
'^^
to
oppress.
Ciemku,
vid. podemku.
ciemnilawy
f
duskish, darkish,
-vie
^"
to darken, make dark,
.-^ica
^, dark prison, dungeon,
keep,
'iec
^^'^
to, grow dark.
-0 "? darkly, obscurely.
-*osc
*.
darkness, obscurity.
-*.ota
^, dark-
ness
;
blindness
; Cfig.J
ignorance.
-
ozielony
'
" dark -
green , sea-
green.
*y
f
dark, obscure;
ignorant.
ciefi
"^
shade, shadow; ghost,
phantom; (zmarlychj dtnit pL.,
the shades pi.
cieniilowac
"^ to shade, shadow,
-.sty
"
shadowy.
cienkJIi ?
thin, slender ; not coar-
se, fine.
'Osc^,
thinness; fine-
ness. Arusz
"^
small beer.
2"
20 ciepiawy
cieplawy
f
lukewarm, tepid.
ciepliiec
*^"
to grow warm,
-ic'''?
to warm, heat,
-ice fl.y
baths;
thermal waters.
*.ik
"^
caloric
ciepto ^
warmth.
ctd
warmly.
*<niierz

thermometer.
ciepluchny
^
quite warm.
ciepty
"
warm.
ciern
"J
fhot.) thorn.
ciernille ^
thorn -bush, bramble,
owy
f
thorny; vexatious;
*OWa
korona, crown of thorns.
cierpillacy ?
ailing, suffering;
sickly,
^ec
'""^
to suffer; en-
dure, bear; ^ biedp, to be in mi-
sery.
-*enie ^
suffering, pain.
Cierpklli
f
sour, tart, acid ; harsh,
austere.
*.o
<*? sourly; harshly.
OSC
^ sourness, acrimony; aspe-
rity, harshness of temper.
cierpliwilosc
^, patience; endu-
rance, forbearance,
-.y
f
pa-
tient; indulgent.
cierpnac
"^f
to grow stiff; get
ciesac
""^
to hew, cut. [numb.
ciesielsliki ^
carpenter's,
-two
^
carpentry, carpenter's trade.
cieilsla
"i
carpenter,
.siolka
^,
carpenter's work; carpentry.
Ciesnina, vid. dainina.
cieszyc
"^ to cheer, rejoice. *
si
,
to be glad, rejoice, enjoy.
cietrzew ^IJ (om.J black
-
cock,
heath-cock.
Cietyfcut; tipsy; smart, stylish.
ciezar
'^
weight, burden, load,
-na
?
pregnant, Wg with child,
^-nosc^i
pregnancy.
ciezllenie ^
Cgtowyj giddiness.-.ki
^
w'eighty, heavy, ponderous ; hard,
diflicult; painful, laborious;
styl, rugged style.
*kosc^,
hea-
viness;
(figJ dulness.
-yc,
vid.
Ciocia^,
aunt. [^ciazyc.
cios ^
stroke, blow; squarestone,
calamity.
-ac,vid. c*c*ac'.
*.anie7
squaring.
Ciosowy
f
hewn, square ...
ciotileczny ?
irat
^^eczny,
coottl^
cofa6
siostra
--eczna, (female) cousli^
--ka^, aunt.,
cis
%'
yew
;
yew-tree,
cisawy
f
chestnut (-coloured),
cisiikac, 'iiac
'^"
to throw, cast,
fling,
.nac
^^ to press, pinch,
cisnienie
"
""pressure, pression
cisowy
f
of yew, yew . .
.
Cisza^ stillness, calmness
;
quiet;
~ morska, calm at sea.
*.ej "p
more quietly,
ciuciubabka, vid. hahka.
ciuiac
'^f
to scrape together,
save up.
[hole.
Ciupa
^, little paltry room, dirty-
Ciura
"^ {dbozowyj blackguard,
straggler (of an ai-my) ; simpleton,
ciurkiem
**? in a stream.
cizba
i
throng, crowd; troop,
great number.
[jpi.
Cizmy
pl.^ half-boots pZ., bluchers
ckliwiiosc *i
nausea, qualm. *
yf
nauseous, qualmish.
clo
"
toll, customs-duty,
cma^,
darkness, obscurity;
(zo.J
moth; great number,
cmentarz
"^
churchyard, cemetery.
cmic
"^ to darken, obscure; cmi
mi sip w oczach, ray head swims,
cmokliac, -nac
^
to smack (with
cnota*",
virtue. [the lips),
cnotliwiiosc
^, virtuousness.
*.y**
virtuous.
cny
f
honourable, respectable
CO
^T
what; ^ to za cztowiekf
what a man is this? ^ ci do tego?
what is that to you? ksiazka, cos
mi obiecat, the book which you
promised me ; bit ~ sit, he stroke
with all his might; dzicTi, every
day; -. drugi dzien, every other
day; -. godzina, hourly; badz -.
badz, be it as it may, at any*^rate
;
to wcale ~ innego, that is quite
another case; ^ tylko, just now;
tylko ~, vid. omato; tylko -. go
nie wida6, he will come by and by.
codzieiiny
"
of every day, daily,
cofllac, -nac
^"
to withdraw, re-
tire; call buck; put back, retract;
cofanie
tofnac swe siowoj to go hack
from one's word, withdraw one's
word. .
si
'^r
to withdraw,
retreat.
cofanie "J
withdrawal; revocation.
cokolwiek
^*T
a little, some;
~ badz, whatever, whatsoever.
C6ra)
vid. corka.
coraz
<*? always ; more and more
;
~ lepiej, better and better.
c6rka
^\ daughter.
corocznilie
"^p every year, an-
nually, yearly, -y
f
of every
year, yearly.
cos
^^\^
something.
C6z
^^,^
what? [a bad smell.
Cuclinac
'"V'
to smell fusty, have
cucic
'^f
to recover from a swoon.
cud
"^
miracle, wonder ; wondrous
thing, prodigy.
CUdallcM^odd,
queer; fantastical,
singular, quaint,
-.ctwo
odd-
ness , excentricity
,
queerness.
czyc
'"^
to do extravagant
things,
k'^
odd, whimsical man.
Cndnllie
^} wonderfully, charming-
ly-
-^y ^
wonderful, marvellous;
delightful, charming.
CUdo "I
prodigy, wondrous thing.
<*'tw6rca'^
performer of miracles,
-^wac,
vid. cudaczyc.
wnOSC^,
luiraculousness, wonderfulness.
^wny ^
miraculous
;
performing,
miracles; astonishing.
Cudzoi||6ztwo ^
adultery,
-^ozni-
ca^,
adulteress,
-.ozniczy?^
adul-
terous.
-.6znik
adulterer.
-*.ozki,
^-Ozny
"
bastard; adulterous.
-ozyc
""^
to commit adultery.
cudzoziemllszczyzna
^ foreign
manners.
.ie c'"
foreigner,stranger.
CUdzy ?
other's, other people's;
foreign.
.si6w^
inverted commas.
CUg'^
draught of air; team (of
horses); move (at chess).
CUgle pl.y reins; popvJcid cugli,
to give the reins to, give a horse
the head.
Cukier ^
sugar
;
glowa cukru, loaf
of sugar; -^ w yd 0M;ac/, loaf-sugar;
cylindryczny 21
-. lodowaty, sugar-candy.
m.ek
^
bonbon, lollipop.
'iiia
^, con-
fectioner's shop.
*.niczka
^, sugar-
box,
-nik'y
confectioner, pastry-
cook.
cukrowllac
'^f
to sweeten with
sugar, candy,
.y ^
sugary;
trzcina
-a,
sugar-cane
;
groch
.y,
sugar-pea. [meats pi.
cukry
pl-j comfits pi., sweet-
CUmowac
^^ (mar.) to moor.
cwat
"
full gallop, sweeping
gallop;
-em,
w; ~, at a gallop,
--owac
'"'^
to gallop.
cwejnos, cvajnos^*
dog with a
forked nose,
cwelicll ^
ticking.
cwiartka ^, quarter,the fourth part
;
cieleciny, quarter of veal.
cwiczllenie ^
exercise ; instruction
;
(szkdlnej task, exercise,
-.yc
""^
to exercise ; train up, instruct,
drill; chastise, flog.
cwiek
"
peg> tack, small nail.
cwierc
V
quarter, the fourth part.
cwierkac
"V"
to chirp.
cwiertilnia
^, three bushels (of
com), -vowac
^f'
to quarter, cut
into four parts.
cwik
"V
cunning fellow; beast
(game at cards).
cwikta
^, beet-salade ; beet-rooi.
cyboryum ^
pyx, ciborium.
cybucn
'^
tobacco pipe-stem.
eye ^
chintz, cotton-stuff.
eye, -"elf
"^ teat, ni*pple, pap.
cyfrlla
^, number, cipher.
-owac^^
to mark with numbers or figures.
cygan"^
gipsy; cheat, bamboozler.
--ic
'^V'
to cheat, bamboozle.
*.ka
^,
(female) gipsy; cheat.
cyganstwo "J
gipsies pi.
;
swindle,
cygaro ^
cigar. [bamboozle.
cykata
^, candied lemon-peel.
cyklista ^
bicyclist
cykorya^,
succory.
cykuta
^, (hot.) hemloc.
cylinllder
cylinder; roller; hori-
zontal watch,
-^dryczny ?
cylin-
drical.
22 cymbal
cymbal '^
tooby, simpleton,
y,
''ki
pi., cymbal,
cyna
^, tin.
.
C5ntiadry
pl.y kidneys pi.
cynamon"^
cinnamon,
--owy
?
of cinnamon, clnn<amon.
cyngiel
"^
fu
hronipalnejj trigger.
cynk
'^ zinc, spelter.
Cynober ^
cinnabar.
C3^owy
"
(made of) pewter, tin.
cypel
cape, promontory,
cyprys
'^ cypress, cypress-tree,
cyranka ^, (omj teal.
-
Cyrk
'^
cirque, circus.
C3rrkl|iel ^
(pair of) compasses i?Z.
^lowac
'^'^
to measure by means
Cyrkui
""i
district, [of compasses,
cyrkulacya
^, circulation,
cyrkulllarz
'^ circulatory letters,
circular,
-Mlowac
"^f
to circulate.
Cyrulik
"^
barber,
cysterna
f^ cistern.
cyt
*, tist ! husb
!
cytadela*;
citadel.
cytllat ^
citation, quotation. *0-
wac
^*?
to cite, quote.
'
cytrlla
^, (muz.) cithara, cittern.
-owy ^
citbaristic.
cytrynlla
^, citron/lemon,
'^owyf
citric, citrine,
cytrzysta

zithem-player.
Cjrtwar
'^ zedoary, wild ginger.
-owy
f
of zedoary ; -^owe
naaie-
nie, worm-seed.
C3rwilizl!aCya
^, civilisation, -vo-
wac
'"^
to civilize, enlighten,
-"Owany
"
civilized, refined,
cywilny ^
civil, private; prawo
cywUne, civil or common law.
Czad
'^ coal-smoko.*^
czaic si
^r
to lie in wait.
CZajka^, fom.J
lapwing; boat,
czamarka
^, kind of coat with
strings instead of buttons,
czaplleczka
^, biggin, a child's cap
-ka^,
cap.
-^OWac'*^^
to cringe;
cap.
czapla^. Corn.J heron, hern,
jzapniilctwo "I
cap^maker's busi-
ness,
-k
"^ cap-niaker.
czas
czaprak*?
saddle-cloth, housing.
czar
'5 charm, spell, prestige.
czarlla^,
cup, bowl, goblet.
.*ka^
goblet, little cup, mug.
Czarci ^
devilish, diabolical.
czarnillawy
f
blackish,
-.ncbny
f
very black.
czarno
<^p in black, blackly ; -. na
biatem, under black and white,
-brewa ^, woman with black
eye-brows.
czarnoksi^ilsM ^
necromantic.
-^Stwo
"
necromancy, sorcery.
--znik ^
necromancer, sorcerer,
magician.
czarnolloki
f
black-eyed.
-8C
^
blackness.
*'Wlosy
f
black-
haired,
^-ziem"^ mould, vegetable
earth. [flower.
czarmiilclia, -szka ^, n>otJ
fennel-
Czamy
^'"
black; czame mySli,
gloomy forebodings, ideas.
czarodziej
'^
enchanter, sorcerer,
wizard.
.*ka
^, enchantress, sor-
ceress, witch.
.sM ^
enchanting,
bewitching, fascinating.
*.stWO
^
enchantment, witchcraft,
czarowac
""f
to enchant, bewitch,
fascinate
czarownliica
^, witch, hag.
*ik
"^
sorcerer, magician,
-.y,
vid. cza-
rodziejsM.
|
diabolical.
czart^?
devil,
-.owski
?^
devilldj.
czarllujacy
f
charniing, fasci-
nating."
-y pl.f
charm, spell, in-
cantation.
czas
"^
time; weather; '^gram.)
tense; w sam *,, just in time, in
the very nick of time; wolwjm
czaseniy in leisure hoiAs; wswoint
czasie, in proper time; ci^lde
czasy , hard times; od czasu do
czasu'f from time to time, now
and then; od tego czasu nadal,
henceforth, henceforward
;
gdyhyS
mnie czasem potrzehowat j if you
chance to want me; czasera,
czasami, sometimes; dawnymi
czasy ^ in the days of yore, in
olden times.
czasopismo
Czasollpismo ^
periodical, maga-
zine, 'vwac
^'f
(gram.J to con-
jugate,
-wanie ^
((jram.J con-
jugation,
-wnik
ij
verb,
-.wy
^
temporary, temporal; transitory,
fleeting.
czastklla ^, particle, small share,
-^bwy
^
partial,' fragmentary.,
Czasza*",
drinking cup, bowl.
czaszka^,
skull.
__
czatowllac
^^ to lie in wait", lurk,
''liik
"^
lurker; watchman,
watcher.
Czatyp^,
outguard ; lookout, watch.
CZCiiiC
^f
to worship, honour,
reverence.
ciel
"^
worshipper,
adorer, idolater,
-^godny
"
re-
spectable, worshipful.
czcionka
<",
type, hitter/-
czczenie
"
adoration, worship.
CZCZO
^
'^
j^stem jeszcze na -^, I have
not yet eaten.
-*.sc
^, emptiness,
vacuity
;
fzotadkaj inanition
; fjig.J
insipidity.
Czczy
"
empty, vacuous; vain;
insipid ; czcza rozmowa, discourse
void of sense.
Czeczotka,
linnet, flax-finch.
czego,
fgen. od coj wherefore, why.
czekac^"
to wait, stay for, expect.
czekoladlla \
chocolate,
-owy
f
chocolate (-coloured).
czelalldnik"^
(travelling) journey-
man.
*.dny
"
cldeb
*.dny,
house-
hold-bread; izZ/a
-.dlia,
servants'
hall.
*.dz
^, servants pl.^ do-
mestics pi.
CzelnliOSC
*",
impudence, imperti-
nence. -*.y ^
impudent, imper-
tinent, [the mouth.
czelusc
^, jaw-bone, cheek-bone
;
czemu
^^ wherefore, why ; -, nie,
why not; po ^ iokiec? how much
the yard?
Czepliek, -.iec
"T
hood, cap, coif;
-. * nocny, night-cap.
.iac
'"'^
to
hang, hasp,
-iac sie
'"T
to liang
on, stick, cling.
czepic
^^
to cover with a cap,
czereda ^. gang of people.
czesty 23
czeremecha
^, bird-cherry.
czerep
",'
pot-sherd ; skull, cranium.
czeresnia ^, (hot.J chorry-tree;
morello (cherry).
Czerkies ^
Circassian
; ffigj
dare-
devil, [black dress.
czeni
^, mob, rabble ; black colour,
czerniiiacy
f
blackening;
ffig.)
calumnious,
--c
^"
to blacken;
slander, calumniate.
'del
^
slanderer, disparager,
-.dio
^
black dye; printer's ink.
*.ec
^'?
to become black, appear black,
-enie ^
blackening;
{fig
J dis-
paraging.
czernina^,
a kind of soup.
czerpac
^^
Cwod^J to draw
;
(fig.)
draw out, take.
czerstwiliec
'^^,*
to grow stale;
Cfig-J^
grow sound and hearty,
^-osc
^, staleness; good health,
-y ^
stale; hale, healthy; chUh
-y,
stale bread.
czerw'

grub, maggot; ^ drzewnyf
timber-sow, wood-fretter.
Czerwiec

June.
czerwiec
"^ ('zoj cochineal, coccus.
czervneljn
"^
heart (at cards);
scarlet, crimson colour,
-^-nic
""^
to make red, redden. *. .
sie,
to
grower become red, redden, blush.
czerwonak
^,
fom.J flamingo.
czerwon!lav/y ^
reddish, some-
what red.
-.o
"? in red.
^y ^
red; *.y ziottj, ducat
Czesac ,
to comb; ~ ivein^, to
comb or to card wool. *.
sie
'"f
to dress one's hair.
Czesc^,
worship, honour.
czesc*",
part; share, portion;
pifc
czcsci Siuiata, the five parts of
the world; po czesci, in part; po
wiekszej czesci, for the most part.
cze'sciowy 'J^
partial.'
CZ^stO ^^ often, frequently,
^kdt^
palisade, pale,
.kroc ^? offen-
times.
<*.krotny
"
frequent, reite-
rated.
-*.sc*",
frequency,
.tliwy?
(gram.J frequentative.
czesty
"
frequtnt.
24 czstowa6
czestowac '^f
to treat, entertain.
CzSawka
^, hiccough, hiccup ; miec
czkawke, to hiccough.
Czlon||e
*?
CdaiaJ
limb; fsto-
warzyszeniaj member,
-.kowaty
f^
limbed, membered.
cziowiellczenstwo ^
humanity,
humanness ; humankind , man*
kind,
-czy
"
human.
*.k ^
man
;
*k
rozsadny, man of good sense
;
k
iwiatowy, man of the word,
fashionable;
*.k
zacny, a worthy
man. [hatchell (flax).
czochrac
'*'?
to dishevel, touze;
czdieiiko 7
small boat, cockboat,
czotgae si
'^T
to creep, crawl;
crouch, cringe, grovel.
cz61nek
"
shuttle.
czdluo ^
boat, canoe.
czoio T
forehead, front;
/^^flrJ
shame;
(iig.)
pith; wa cgeZe, at
the h^ad ; stawic
*, to make head
against, make a stand.
'Wy
f^
frontal,
^-bitnosc^,
submission,
reverence,
czop
"^y
bung, spigot,
--ek
^y Jsmall
bung; suppository,
czosniiek ^
^Zoi.> garlic.
^kO"
wy
"
garlicky,
czterdziesci
nwm., forty.
jCZterdziestllka
^, number of forty
;
age of forty years,
-^-odniowy
?
forty days long, of forty days.
-^oletni
*f
forty years old.
-y
^
fortieth.
Iczterechsetny
f
four-hundredth,
cztemallscienwrn., fourteen,
.sty
f
fourteenth.
czterollletni
f
four years old.
-wiersz
'^ quatrain,
cztery
wwm., four,
.kroc,
four
times,
.gta
num.^ four hundred,
cznb, ek
"? tuft, head of hair;
crest (of some birds); viiara z
czubem, heaped measure,
.aty
"
crested, tufted,
czubic
"^f
to pull and haul, beat.
*
sie
'^r
to scuffle
czullc
Tf
to feel; be sensible of;
scent; (czemJ to smell of.
c sig'^r
czjcowy
to feel,
.cie
*
feeling; sensei
sensation ; smell, sense ofsmelling.
cznjnliie
**p watchfully, vigilantly.
-osc
^, watchfulness, vigilance.
*.y ^
watchful, vigilant.
CZUl|le'*>
tenderly, fondly,
.losc^,
tenderness, sensibility, fondness.
*ly
f
tender, sensible, delicate.
czuprynlla^.
tuft of hair; nUed ia
-^ie,
to be drunk.
cznpTimy
^
pert, smart.
czuwaijc ^
to wake, watch, sit
up; fnad kimj to have a watch-
ful eye upon,
.nie ^
waking;
keeping of watchful eye upon.
Czwartek ^
Thursday; wielki
~,
Maundy Thiusday,
czwarty
f
fourth.
CZWOrald ?
fourfold, quadruple.
'*<pl., house for four families
;
fclio'
dzicj na czworakach,
on all fours.
Czw6rka
^, number of foiir
;
CkoniJ
team of four horses, fas
much.
C2w6mas6b
**?
w -, four times
czworo ^
four,
.boczny?
quadri-
lateral.
<bok
"^ quadrangle,
square.
czworogran
'^
square, quadrate,
"^iasty
"
square, quadrate.
czworokat
"'
quadrangle, ^ny
^
quadrangular. ffooted.
czworonozny
?
quadruped, four-
czy, li, '-'t
-^ widziazT do yon
see? *>... m>. .
.J
either .-.
. or. .
czyhac
^^ to lie in wait.
czyj
^T
whose,
czyli
f
or.
czyn
"^
deed, act, exploit.
*.ic
^?
to act, do.
^-ic si ^
to be done.
czynnllie
"? actively,
-ik
'^ factor,
agent.
'OSC^,
activity; business;
employment, affair, -.y
*f
active,
busy; stirring, bustling; (gram.)
czasownik
*.y,
active verb.
czynsz
"^ rent,
-ownik
'^
renter,
tenant,
-owy
?
paying rent.

czyrak
"
furuncle.
czysllcic
"^f^
to clean, cleanse,
purify,
--ciec

purgatory.
*-co-
wy
f
purgatoriaL
czysto
CZystllO <*i^
cleanly,
osc^,
neat-
ness, cleanliness, -vy
f
neat, clean,
pure ; chaste ;
-^e
pole, an open
field; m.j zysk, net profit.
Czyszczllacy ?
cleaning; purga-
tive, purging,
.enie 'J
cleaning,
cleansing. [ing, perusal.
Czytallc
^f^?
to read,
-nie
"
read-
Czytelllnia
^, reading-room.
*.iii-
Ctwo
"
reading.
*.nie ^^ legibly.
-^nik^
reader.
*nosc^,
legibility.
ny
"
legible.
czytywac
^fV"
to use to read.
czyz,
vid. czy.
czyz
";
C<^m.J
green finch, siskin.
|dab
"7
oak; Icon atanai deha, the
liorse reared (on his* hind legs);
chiopy jak dphy, tall and robust
men.
*.rowa
^, oak-grove.
dac
"f
to give, present with, grant
;
daj mi pokdj, let me alone, give
me peace; - ognia, to fire, dis-
charge; -. wyohrazenie, to convey
an idea; dajmy na to, suppose or
put the case; ^ za wygrana, to
give up (for lost); ^ moznok, to
enable ; datby Bdg I would to God
!
dac
^
to blow. 8i
'T CfigJ
to
elate oneself.
dach
"i; roof,
-.arz

roofer.
*6wka
^, tile,
dwkarz
"^
tiler.
daktyl
"5 (lot.) date; date-tree.
dal, Z '^a,
from afar; far.
'ece^^
tak
ece,
so (that).
dalei, --ze
*, on ! forward I .
daleklli
"
far, distant, remote.
-.0 ? far, far off; by far; z
-a,
from afar. [continuation.
dalszy ^
farther, farther; ciq.g,
dalibSg "? as I live I
damlia
^, lady, dame
;
^to warco'
bachj king
;
j^to kartach) spadesj?I.
'^ski ?
ladies'.
dallne i>l.,
data
i>L *,n
*?
tribute,
^-nifi "I iivlng; disb, mesa.
decb 25
daniel
'^ ^zo.y fallow deer.
danina,
vid. dan.
dannik ^
tributary vassal,
dar
"^ gift, present; endowment,
talent.
darcie
"
tearing, rending
;
("piorj
picking, stripping; rheumatism,
daremnllosc
^, vainness, fruitless-
ness. -.y ^
vain, fruitless.
darllemszczyzna
*",
socage,
-.mo ?
in vain, to no purpose; gratis,
for nothing,
^^mogad^
sponger,
dariln, -'iiiiia^i
turf, sod, lawn.
-'iiiowac
*^"
to cover with turf,
turf
daruillowy ?
turf. . .
-,sty ^
turfy,
darowllac
^*
to make a present
;
forgive, pardon,
'^'izna,
donation,
grant,
darty
?
Cvj
herhie panstwa ausir.
i rosj
-orzei,
two-headed eagle.
darzyc
^f
to bestow upon one.
sie
vr
prfesent with a thing,
to thrive, prosper.
dasllac sie
^r
to pout, be in a pet.
^y
P^-1
pouting, peevish humour.
daszek'^
rooflet
;
fna
oczyiu czapkij
data*", date. [shade.
datek
"^ gift. [the date on.
datcwac
^'f
to date, write down
dawilca"^ czyni^,
giver, donor.
dawnlliej
"'^ formerly, before; in
time past, of old.
-o
"? long
ago, long since ; z dawien
-*.a,
of
old.
-OSC
^, times past by; an-
cientness, oldness.
*y f
former;
old, ancient, long past; po da-
wnemuy as it was of yore.
dazllenie
"
--nose \
tendency,
endeavour.
*yc
^? to make to-
wards; tend.
dbali'c
^^ to mind, care, heed;
nie
.in
o tOy I do not care about
it. *>
j:osc
^, mindfulness, careful-
ness, heedfulness.
4*ly ^.
mindful,
careful, heedful.
debllczak'^
young oak-tree, oak-
ling.
-,ic
^f
to tan.
-.Ina
\
oak-
forest,
-.owy
"
oaken.
dech

breath; co tchu, as fast
26 decydowa6
as possible; jednym tchem, at a
stretch.
decylldowac
""?
to decide, deter-
mine, m, .
si
"*^r
to come to a
determination,
.dujaco "^ deci-
sively.
-zya
^ decision, deter-
mination.
__
dedykliacya
^, dedication.*-owac^"
to dedicate, consecrate.
defekt ^
deficiency, defect, im-
perfection
-'Owny
*?
defective,
deficyt "IJ
deficit. [imperfect.
defilllada
^, defile, 'march -past.
-owac
^? to defile, file off,
. march-past.
defiiii!lcya
^, definition,
-owac^?
to define, determine with pre-
cision.
defraudacya
^, defraudation.
degrad'Jacya
^, degradation.
*.o-
wac
'"f
to degrade, lower.
deka
^, fna koniaj housings pi.
;
cover, coverlet.
deklamilacya
*",
declamation, elo-
cution, -wacyjny
^
declamatory.
-wowac
"^^i^f
to declaim.
deklarl.'acya
^, declaration, an-
noimcement; proposal of mar-
riage.
*owac
'^f
to declare,
make known; ftoxcaryj to enter
at the custom-house.
deklinacya^,
Cgram.j declension;
Castr.J declination.
dekokt ^
decoction.
dekret
"^
decree, sentence.
delegllacya
^, delegation.-owac^^
to delegate, depute.
delfin
'^
C^o.j
delphin. [tooth.
delikacik
^,
tenderling; sweet-
delikatnllie
^? delicately, nicely.
-*OSC
^, delicacy, fineness ; tender-
ness, softness, delicacy of feeling.
*yy
;''
dehcate, fine; tender of
feeling.
demaskowac
^f
to unmask. .
sie, (fig-)
to be found out.
demokrallcya
^, democracy,
-.ta

democrat,
tycznie
^^ demo-
'
cratically.
--tyczny ^
democra-
tic(al).
dezinfektowad
demonstracya ^, demonstration,
manifestation.
demoralizowac
^^ to demoralise.
densr ^
denarius,
denko
"^
bottom ; lid.
dentysta
"^
dentist,
denuncyllacya
^, denunciation, \xk->
formation.
-^owac
^^ to de*
nounee (one).
departament
'^
district, depart-
ment.
*owy
?
departmental.
deportowac
*^*?
to deport, banish,
depozyt
"!? deposit,
deptac
'^^"
to tread upon, trample
(under feet).
deptak
"^
treadmill, fullery
deputacya^,
deputation,
deputat
",'
emolument, allowance
of wood or in kinds. [tative.
deputowany
'^
deputy, represen-
dera^,
horse-cloth,
deresz,
rubican horse,
derkacz
"^
Com.) landrail,
derwisz "IJ
dervis.
desen
"^ pattern.
deska
^, plank, board ; do grohowe}
deski, till death itself
desperallcya
^, desperation,despair.
*t
'y desperado.
despotlla
"^
despot, tyrant, -.y-
czny
"
despotic(al). -i.yzm

despotism.
destylowac,
vid. dystylowao.
deszcz
"^
rain; ^ jpada, it rains;
~ droiny pada, it drizzles ; ^ wZe*
wny, downpour, violent shower
(of rain),
-^ochroil ^
umbrella.
''OWy
"
rainy, wet, showery
j
woda
<.owa,
rain-water.
deszczTitka
^, little plank,
determinacya
^, determination;
firm resolution, resoluteness,
dfty^
blown; hollow; instrument
~, wind-instrument,
dewolicya
^, devotion, piety.
-tka
^
female devotee.
dezerter IJ
deserter,
-.owac
^?
to desert, run away,
dezinfekllcya
^, disinfection,
*tO
wac
'"f
to disinfect.
djabeJ
djabliei"
devil, the evil one; c6z u
djabia! what the deuce; co nagle,
to jpo djable, what is done in a
hurry is good for nothing.-^etek

imp, devilkin.
--elny
f
devilish,
diabolical,
^-elski ?
satanical,
'lica*',
devilish woman.
dla
^^ for; ~ czego? why? ~
tego? therefore; ~ mUoSci Bogaj
for God's sake; ^ tego ze, be-
cause.
dlawic
""^
to strangle, suflTocate.
'*
si,
to swallow too fast, choke.
dioii
^, palm (of the hand); hand;
jasno jak na dloni, it is clear
and evident. [sel, gouge.
dt6to ^
chisel,
-.wac
""f
to chi-
dtabalic ^
to scoop, pare, pick;
.C
to zpbach^ to pick one's teeth.
A'CZka
^, tooth - pick.
, *-nina
^,
tedious, slothful work.
'
dtngr^
debt;
*,i
robic, to con-
tract debts; popaJ6 to !, to in-
cur d^ts.
dhiglll f
long, protfacted,
-o
*<>
long; lengthily,
v^oletni
f
long-
lived, longeval, of many years.
-onogi
f
long-legged,
osc <i
length;

geogrra/'iczna, longitude,
oszyi
f
long- necked,
-owie-
CZnosc^,
longevity.
dtuz^,
iv
*, in length.
dJllzej,
comp. od dtugo.
dtuzniiiczy ?
debtors'.
^k
"i;
debtor, -y ^
owing, indebted.
dlnzliyc
sif T
^i^- zadluzac sip;
.y mi sip, I want pastime.
dnmch ^
blast, pufif.
.ac, --nac
^V'
to blow ; -*.^ komu to kaszc,
. to
meddle in other people's, affairs,
^-awka
^, blow -
pipe , blowing-
pipe.
dnillec
^f
to dawn,
-.dwka', a
day's stay. rOwy
f
day .
.
; day-
dno 7 bottom. [long,
d(f
P^,
to ; at ; ckodzic -. szkoty,
to frequent the school; przybyc
^ Warazawyj to arrive at War-
saw
;
^ czego zmierzasz f what have
you in view? ~ szczptu^ down to
dobrodziejstwo

27
the ground; rat ~ roku, once a
year; ta suknia tobie -. twarzy,
that robe suits you well; tyze-
czka ~ herbaty, tea-spoon.
doba^,
day
(24
hours); occasion,
time.
dobadilac
sif
, -^ywac si
"^f
to
discover by inquiring, find out.
dobiljc, '"jac
^"
to give the last
blow ; .c
do Icdu, to get ashore,
land;
c
targu, to settle a bu-
siness, make a bargain,
-.c
sif ^
(ezegoj to gain (by fighting),
acquit'
dobieIldz,-'*grac ^?? to gain (one's
end); reach by running; ap-
proach
;
juz rok dohiega, the year
is coming to a close.
dobliierac, -rac
^^ to make up
for, supplement; to match;
ie-
rac
sip do czego
^
to get at a
thing.
dobijac sie
^f
^o coJ to strive,
seek for: fopannpj to court, woo;
m.m, do drztoi, to knock at the door
strongly.
dobitka
^, last blow ; na dnlitkp
ztego, to complete the misfortune.
dobitnllie
"f
expressively, ener-
getically.
rOSC^,
expressiveness,
energy,
-.y
f
expressive, em-
phaticaL
dobii'dr"
choice, selection.
oro-
wy ^
exquisite, first-rate, select.
dob6sc
^"
to hurt, injure.
dobosz
"
drummer.
dobra pl.y estate, fortune; nie'
ruchome, immovables' jjI.
dobrany
'^ chosen, matched.
dobro "J
good, weal,
-byt
'^
com-
fort, welfare,
-c
*",
goodness,
bounty,
-czynca
"7
benefactor.
^-Czynnosc *i
beneficence, bene-
faction, charity,
-^czyniiy ^
be-
neficent, charitable.
dobrodTlszlllloSC
^, kind-hearted-
ness, plainness,
-.y
f
good-na-
tured, simple.
dobrodziej

benefactor,
.ka
^,
benefactress.
*stwQ ^
benefit.
28 dobrotliwo6
dobrotliwilosc
^, goodness, kind-
ness,
.y ^
kind, good.
dobrowolnllie
**? of one's free
will, spontaneously, voluntarily.
08C
^, free will, spontaneity.
y
f
free, voluntary, sponta-
neous,
fing.
dobnidzllac, --ic
""^
to finish dirt-
dobllry
"
good; good-natured;
kind , charitable , benevolent
;
dzien
'^TJ !
good morning ! rze
"?
well; right(ly); thouroughly.
dobudowac
"""
to build an annex.
dobudzic si
^r
to succeed in
awaking one, awake one.
dobyllc
"^^
to stay or remain to
a certain time; draw, pull out;
ftwierdzy etc.) to conquer, occu-
py. -C 8i ^
vid. dolywad sip.
Cie "J
drawing out; ftwierdzyj
occupation.
dobytek'^
domestic cattle; pro-
perty, goods pi.
dobyty
*? drawn.
dobywac
"^f
to draw; occupy,
conquer. >
sie
'"'^
to enter by
force.
docli||<3d^,
income, revenue,
.od-
ny
"
profitable, gainful, lucra-
tive, fgation, scrutiny.
docbodzenie ^
inquiry, investi-
dochodzic
''^^?
to approach; in-
quire, scrutinize.
dochowllac, ^yw2kC
^f
to keep,
observe; preserve,
-ac
sif ^T
to rear, breed, bring up.
docbrapec sie
^f
to obtain a
thing with efforts.
docillac, 'Iiac
^f
^
to finish cutt-
ing; Ykomu) to taunt, chaflf.
dociagllac, -^nac
^^? to draw as
far as, tighten ; to go as far as,
reach.
dociellc, ~kac
^^ to research by
investigation, inquire into.
*.ka-
nie ^
research, inquiry, investi-
gation.
dollcierac, -'trzec
^^ to finish
pounding; draw near a place.
docinek ^
taunt, jeer, scoff.
dogra6
docislikac, -'iiac
"^^
to throw to,
throw as fas
'^
as.
<>iiac sig
*T
to penetrate.
doczekac si
""f
to wait for one
till he comes; live to see.
doczellsnie ^^ temporally, tran-
siently.
'Snosc^,
temporalness,
worldliness.
*.sny
"
temporal,,
transient. [pletely.
doczyscic sie
""f
to clean corn-
doczyt! lac, -ywac
^f
to read to
tbe end, to read through.
dodallc, 'Wac
^^ to add; --6
serca, to cheer up, encourage.
dodalltek
*?
supplement, appen-
dix, addition,
^tkowy
"
addi-
tional, supplenientary.
-tni
^
advantageous
;
positive,
-wanie

addition.
dolldrzec, --dzierac
""^
to tear
completely, wear out of use.
dodusic
^f
to finish strangling.
dodzwonic si
^f
to ring the
bell till the call has effect; nie
moge sie nikogo *, I ring the bell
in vain.
dogadllac si
^f
fczego) to draw
down upon oneself; (z kimj to find
out by inquiring,
-.ywac
"^^
T^o-
rauj to taunt.
dogadzllac
"^^
to humour, gra-
tify; flatter.
*"^sobie,
to make
oneself comfortable,
doganiac
'"^
to overtake.
dcgladaljc
^f'
to oversee, super-
intend;
.c
choregoy to nurse a
sick person,
-ruie ^
inspection,
superintendence.
dogmat ^
dogma.
-yczny ?
dog-
matic! al).
dogodnliie
"^ conveniently, com-
modiously,
*.osc^,
convenience,
accommodation,
-y
f
conve-
nient, commodious
dogodzic,
vid. dogadzai.
dogonic
'^^
to overtake.
dogorywac
"V"
to be breathing
one's last, die away. [ficiently.
dogotowac
^^ to boil, cook suf-
dograc
^"
to finish playing
dogryzac
dogrllyzac, -yzc
^f
to finish
gnawing; 'ig.j komuy to taunt,
chaff one.
dogrzebac sig
^f
to get a thing
by digging
; (fig.)
to obtain with
much labour. [fleece.
doic
'"^
to milk (cows);
(fig
J
doigrac sig
"^r
to draw down
upon oneself some disagreeable-
ness by frivolity.
doj
'^
dojenie 7
milking.
dojilac, ^mowac
^f
komu, to
wound a person's feeling.
dojliechac,.-ezdzac
"^^
to arrive
at, to come to
; Cfig.)
komu, vid.
dojac.
dojesc
*"?
to finish eating; nie
,
to starve, to suffer hunger.
dojezdzacz "IJ
the master of the
hounds.
ddjka^, dairy-maid; milch-cow;
milk-pail.
dojmowac,
vid dojac-
dojny
"
milky, milchy; krowa
dojna, milch-cow.
dojrzajlle ? ripely, maturely.
-^lOSC^, ripeness, maturity, ma-
tureness.
-iy ^
ripe, mature.
dojrzellc, -wac
^^ to ripen, come
to maturity.
dojrzec
^? to oversee, look to;
perceive, descry, catch a sight.
dojsc
*""
to get to (a place), ar-
rive; find out.
dokad
*J
whither.
dokadkolwiek ? whithersoever.
dokazac
^? to attain; * sioego, to
accomplish one's design, carry
the point or bring it about.
dokazjrwac
^? to play foolish
tricks, to cause a nuisance.
doktadac
""f
to put to, add ; con-
tribute
;
~ staraUf to bestow pains,
endeavour.
dokiadn'ie
<*^ exactly, accura-
tely.
<*r'osc
^, accurateness, exact-
ness, -.y
f
accurate, exact.
dokola <*^ all around, all about.
dokoiatac
sif
^r
to gain by en-
ti'eaties.
doJkowaty 29
dokonallc
'"^
to accomplish, bring
to a conclusion ; execute,
.nie
7
accomplishment, execution, com-
pletion.
*.ny ^
completed, finish-
ed, performed
; f
gram.
J
czas prze-
sziy
-^ny,
preterperfect.
dokonczllenie ^
termination, con-
clusion,
-yc
"?
to finish, ter-
minate, end.
dokopac
'*'"
to finish digging;
find by digging.
doktllor"^
physician, doctor;
or
teologii, doctor of divinity,
.or-
ski ^
doctoral,
-orstwo "J
doc-
torship, doctorate. . 'Oryzowac
sie
^r
to take a doctor's de-
gree.
dokuczllac, -yc
""f
to vex, tease,
annoy,
-.liwy
f
vexing, annoy-
ing.
dokument 'IJ
document,
--nie
**?
certainly,
-.ny
f
documentary,
certain.
dokupic
^f
to buy more.
d61:
"^ pit, bottom; groundfloor;
isc na ~, to descend ; z dotu, from
beneath; na dole, down, below.
dola^,
luck, lot, fortune.
dolllac, --ewac
'"f
to pour to.
fill up.
dolaczilac, -yc
^? to annex, sub-
join,
-ony f
enclosed.
dolllatac, -veciec
^? to come fly-
ing, reach flying.
dolegllac
^^ to ail, cause pain,
-liwosc
^, sore, ailment, pain,
"liwy
?^ ailing, painful.
dotek

little pit or hole
; ft/
twarzyj dimple; dotki pod kim
kopac, to lay a snare to one.
doleT^Iek ^ ^ka
^, Uquid adde,
or poured to.
dolezc
^? to get to a place (creep-
ing etc ). [a certain iimtu
dolezec
'^
to remain lying up U
dolicziiyc, --ac
"^^
to supplemen*^
to add what was wanting, cou^i^
up. -
sif,
to keep account.
dolina^,
valley, dale.
dolkowaty ?
full of pits; dimply
80 dolman
dolman
'^
dollman.
dolny
"
lower, nether.
dom
"^ house, home; dwelling;
family, lineage ; hyc to domu, to
be at home ; ~ zajezdny, inn, pu-
blic house ; ~ publiczny, bawdy
house; ^ poprawy, the house of
correction. [importune.
domagac sie'^f
to demand, eluim
;
domator a^stay-at-home.^-stwo"
sendentary life.
domawiac
^"
to finish speaking.
"^
sif ^r
to J^sk, solicit by indi-
rect conveyance.
domek ^
small house.
domiar
'','
na ~ ineszczesda , to
complete the misfortune.
domierz'[aC -^yc
'^^^
to mete out.
domieszac
^
,
to admix.
domieszkac
'^V"
to dwell, stay till
a certain time-
domino
"! (maska i graj domino.
domniemilanie ^
surmise, con-
jecture,
-any
"
pretended, sup^
posed. x^jwSiC sie
T
to surmise,
suppose, conjecture.
domorosly ?
home-bred.
domostwo ^
dwelling-house;
household, family.
dom6wi||c,
vid. domawiad.
'enie
^
conclusive speech.
domowllnik
'^ inmate, (fellow-)
lodger,
^y ^
domestic, home;
wojna
a,
civil war.
domurowac'^"
to add to a building.
domyc
sif ^f
to succeed in washing
away (a spot).
domyllsf^
guess, conjecture,
-slac
si
^f
to guess, conjecture, sur-
mise,
-..slnie ^} conjecturally.
-slnosc
^',
the gift of guessing
right, presentiments pL
*.slliy
"
guessing, sagacious.

don
= do niego.
donacya^i
donation.
donilica
^, baking -^
dish
;
pot.
-"Czka*",
pot, fliower-pot.
donlliesc, -'Osic
^? to carry to,
reach
;
let know, inform
;
send
word; denuueiate.
<*iesienie
"
dopommad si
information, intelligence: de
nuneiation.
doniszczyc
^f
to wear out by
use; destroy thoroughly.
donosiciel
^,
-^ka
^, informer;
denunciator.
donosnilosc
^, range, reach,
.y
f
of a long range.
doorac
'^^
to finish ploughing.
dopaildac, -^sc
""Vf
to come up
running; seize, catch; overtake.
dopalllac, -ic^"
to' finish burning.
dopatilrywaCj'^rzyc'^? to oversee
;
search, inquire. ,
dopedzllac, *'ic^'"^
to overtake.
dopeiniliacV -C
'^^
to fulfil, ac-
complish
,
perform ; make up,
fill up ;
,ac
wszelkicli formalnosci,
to go through all the formahties,
-enie
"J
fulfilment, accomplish-
ment; filling
dopili'ac, ^nac
^f
ta button up,
buckle;
-.ac swegOf to attain
one's ends.
*"
dopil|c,~jac^f
to finish drinking;
make emptj'', empty.
dopiellc, ~kac
^? to bake or roast
sutficieutly
; ffig.J -*c
komu, to
tease, nettle one.
dopiecie ^
gaining, attaining (of
one's ends).
dopiero
"-? just now, but now;
~ ivtenczas, not till then ; a coz
~ gdy, so much the more so when.
dopilnowac
"^f
to see a thing
done, look ;:ftor. *.
sie
'^f
to be
on one's guard, be wi'de-awake
dopisllac, ^ywac'^?
to add writing
;
finish writing; szczescie mu dopi-
salo, he has been successful.
dopisek ^
additional note, post-
script.
dopiallcac, -cic
^"
to pay more.
*.ta^,
additional payment.
dopiynac
^'f
to reach a place hy
swimming or sailing; flow to.
dopok!|ad, -'i ^^ as long as, till.
dopoJ^Ucinie ^
forenoon.
dopominac sig
^f
to claim, laj
i
a
claim.
dopomodz
dopom!I6dz, -^agac
'"?
fkomuj to
help, assist; concur, contribute.
-.Ozenie ^
helping, assistance.
dop6ty
<^? &
?
till now, till then
;
till, until.
dopraszac sie
""7
*o entreat.
doprawdy
<^<<)''earnestly, indeed.
doprosic sie
^V
to obtain by
entreaties.
doprowadz'lac, 'ic
^^*
to lead or
conduct to a place;
-.ic
do konca,
to bring to an end ;
^ic
do skuiku,
to carry into effect.
dopuilscic, --szczac
^? to admit.
- ~
si (CzegON
to commit, per-
petrate,
'fcszczenie ^
admission;
hozkie, God's visitation, m, ^
sie "J
perpetration.
dopytliac si
T
to discover by
inquiring.
ywac sie
^f
to in-
qucro after, make inquiry for.
dorabiac
^f
to finish a work;
finish ATOrking. m,
sie,
to earn
by labour, gain mon^; * mu-
zykf.
do spieicu, to set a song to
music.
dorachowac sie^fto
keep account.
doradczy
"
giving advice, con-
sultative.
doradzilac, -^ic
^f
to give advice,
-ca
'?
adviser, counsellor.
dorastac
""?
to grow up.
dorazny ^
immediate.
doreczllac, -^-yc
"""
to deliver.
*e "I
na
'"'^'M,
at hand.
dorob'Iek
"^
acquest, acquisition,
.ic
''^
vid. dorahiac.
--kiewicz
'^
upstart,
'kowy
"
got or acquired
by labour.
doroczny
f
annual.
dorodnllosc
*",
a fine stature,
beauty.
*.yf^
well-shaped, stately.
dorosty
"
full-grown, grown-up,
adult.
dorolisc, -snac
'"V^
to grow up;
to match in seize.
dorowilnac, *nywac
^f
to equal,
be adequate; nie
^^nac,
to fall
short of.
dosl'U2:yc 31
'doroJl^a
', hackney-coach, cab.
-rz
"'
cab-driver, cabman.
dorozumielic sie, ^wac sie
^f
to
guess, conjecture.
dorsz
'^ /"zoj codling.
dorwac si ^
to get at a thing,
catch, snatch.
dorywczJiO
"j^ by jerks, by fits
and starts,
-.y ^
occasional, done
by jerks.
dorzeczniiosc
^, reasonableness,
-^y "reasonable; proper, suitable.
dorz!!ezac, -nac, -ynac
"^ to
finish cutting-; despatch by
cutting.
dorzullcac, cic
'"f
to throw to.
dorzynki pL, harvest-home.
dosadnllosc^,
expressiveness, ener-
gy.
*.y ^/ expressive, precise.
dosC;
vid. dosyc.
dosciglliy
"
attainable,
-.iiac
^f
to overtake, reach.
dosi
"
~ ego Rnkuf (I wish you)
a happy New-Year!
dosillac, .ewac
"^f
to finish
sov/ing.
dosili'adac, -'asc
''^
konia, to
moimt on horseback.
dosiiladz, -'egac, -^egnacj^^
to
reacti, lay liold of.
dosiedziec
''^^
to remain seated up
to an appointed moment ; nie mogp
~, I can't stand it any longer.
dosiellgly, 'Zny ?
attainable.
dosklloczyc, -akiwac
^''^
to reach
by jumping or leaping, leap to.
doskona!!lenie,
< *'
sie V
per-
fection, improvement.
.lic
''^f
to
perfect) improve,
.lose
^, per-
fection,
-.iy
^
perfect, proficient,
accomplished. [ment, vex.
doskwierac
'"V'
CkovmJ to tor-
dosledzic sie
^f
fczegoj to ex-
plore,^ get to the bottom of.
dosiac,
vid. dosyiac.
dosJrownilie ? literally, word for
word. *.jr
^
literal, verbal.
dosVuchac
'^^
to hear to the end.
doslullgiwac, -zyc
^7 to serve
one's time.
-'Zyc sie
^f
fkapi-
32
dos}ysze6
ta-Astwa etc.J to be promoted (to
the captainship etc.).
dosiyszec
^"
to hear well; nie -,,
to be dull of hearing.
dOBOlic
^"
to salt sufficiently.
dosllpaCj-ypiac'^?
to sleep enough.
dospiewac
,
?
to finish a song,
sing to the end.
dosrodkowy
f
centrifugal.
dosrubowac
^"
to screw on,
screw entirely.
dostallc, --wac
'"JV'
to reach, at-
tain; get, acquire; keep one's
ground; m.ckataru, to catch cold;
<^Cioskure^ to be horsewhipped;
*,C
sip dokad, to get to a place;
vc sip do rak czyicht' to fall into
one's hands.
dostallc ^V"
-^c 8i
"V
to grow ripe,
ripen.
-.Jy
f
ripe.
dostllapic, -'fpowac
"^^
to ap-
proach; obtain, gain, attain.
dostarljczac, 'Czyc
^^ to provide,
supply, furnish with.
dostatecznilosc
*",
sufficiency.
*.y
^
sufficient, competent.
dostatljek
'^
wealth, affluence;
miec czego
<*kiein,
to abound in.
*.ni ^
large, wide enough ; opulent.
dostawlja *i
furnishing, delivery
(of goods)
;
/'ma^^ cosine,
-ca 'IJ
purveyor, contractor,
-iac, ^-ic^?
to deliver, furnish;
fw
grzej to
stake higher.
*ka^,
delivery (of
goods); (10 grzeJ sum added to
the stake.
dostfpnilosc
^, easy access, accessi-
bility,
-y^
accessible, attainable.
dostojflenstwo "J
dignity, high
rank,
-^nik

dignitary.
-,ny
"
eminent, right honourable,august.
dostroic
'"f
to finish tuning.
dostrzeljdz, -gac
'^f
to perceive,
descry.
<^galny
f
perceivable,
perceptible.
'%.zenie 7
perception.
doswiadczjlac , -yc
'^^
to ex-
perience, try; endure, suffer;
fkogoj to put to the test, test,
-^alny
"
experimental,
-^anie
'",
trying, experimentation,
-enie"
dotykanie
experience, practice,
-ony
*
tried
, tested ; experienced,
knowing.
dosyc
<*? enough, sufficiently;
ai
nad to ~, enough and to spare.
dosylac
^^ to send to.
dosypllac, -ywac
'^?
to fill up,
pour to.
*.ka \
over-measure,
surplus. [completely,
doszczetu**?
down to the bottom,
doszukac
sif T
to find (a thing)
after long searching, discover.
dotad
<^p to this place; till now.
dotmwllosc
^, sensibleness
;
pain-
fulness, grievousness.
'"j^ sen-
sible; painful, grievous.
dotjlknac, --ykac
^? to touch;
Cfig.J
to mention
; (fig.
J to move
;
afflict,^ visit with,
-.knac si,
-ykac si
^f
to tou^h, handle,
^kniecie",'
contact, touch
;
^Ze/cftie^
grazing,
-kni^ty
f
touched;
moved, struck; aftlicted.
dotlllec
^?
*lic
sif '"X
to cease
glimmering, glimmer to the end.
dotloczyc
'"'?
to finish pressing
(the grapes etc.). >*,
si
'"X
to force
one's way through the crowd.
dotoczyc
"^ to roll to. .
si?
(dokadj, to stagger to.
dotrwallc
"^^
to persevere, hold
out; last, be protracted,
-nie

perseverance.
dotrzec,
vid. doderac.
dotrzezwic si
^f
to sober, re-
cover from a swoon.
dotrzyTnllac, -'ywac
'"^
to hold
fast, maintain, keep to the end;
-ac
placu, to keep one's ground;
-ac
stowa, to keep one's word.
dotychczas ^^ till now, till the
present day.
dotyczllyc si
T
-ec
"^^
to re-
gard, concern ; to sie mnie nie
-^y,
it is no concern of mine.
dotykac,
vid. dotknac.
dotykalnjlosc <i
palpability,
y
^
palpable, tangible.
dotykanie
"
the sense of feeling;
cofttact, feeling.
doucza6
donczilac, -^-yc
""^
to teach thou-
roughly
-*ac sig
^V
to finish
learning.
dowai&llac, ^yc
"^"f
to weigh out;
nie
-ac,
to weigh wrong,
dowcip "J
wit, genius, wits pi.
'^ek

>>ad joke, flat wit; wit-
ling,
.kowac
^^ to crack jokes,
affect wit.
-kowanie 7
affecting
wit.
-nis^
witling,
-^nosc
*",
witti-
ness, wit.
ny ?
witty ; ingenious.
dowi||ad3rwrac
sif,
'edziec
sif ^f
to inquire; learn, get information.
dowidziec
""^^
perceive; nie
*,
to
be short-sighted. [strated.
dowiedziony
*? proved, demon-
dowiercic
"f
to bore out. m.
sif ^r
to find by boring.
dowierzallc "V
to trust, confide;
nie
-.c
icomu, to distrust one.
*jacy ?
confident, trustful.
dowliiesc, -odzic
^? to prove,
show, demonstrate.
dowlliezc, -^ozic
^?
to carry to,
convey to, transport.
dowle !c, -^kac
^"
to drag to.
*.c
sie
^r
to come trudging.
dowliiec, ''16czyc
^"
to finish
harrowing.
[monstration.
dow(3d
"^ proof; argument; do-
dowodlly i>i.,
evidencespZ.
*liwy
f
provable, demonstrable.
dowodnllie
"^?
convincingly, evi-
dently.
-vOSC^, cogency, weighti-
ness. y
"
convincing.
dow6dzl!ca
"^
chief, commander,
-"two "J
Cmil.J command.
dowodzilenie
"
demonstration,
argumentation,
-.ic
^f
fmil.J to
command, lead; vid. dowieSc.
dowojowac si
^r
to obtain or
achieve by fighting ; draw down
upon oneself by fighting.
,
dowoiac sie
'"X
to reach by calling.
dowolnlfie "? at (your) pleasure,
ad libitum.*
08C
*"
arbitrariness,
-y ^
arbitrary, spontaneous.
'
dowll6z ^
importation, carriage,
conveyance,
ozic,
vid. dowiez6.
doza^.
dose.
Czfsc polsko-angielska.
dramaturgia 33
do4a
"^
doge.
dozllac, 'ynac
'"f
finish the hai>
vest! [ging.
dozebrac
sif "^f
to attain by beg-
dozgac
^"
to give the last blow.
dozgonny
f
lasting till death,
for life.
doziemny
f
punkt, perigep.,
dozierac,
vid. dogladad.
doznallc, -wac
^^ to experience;
endure, undergo.
doz6r
"
superintendence, in-
spection, tuition.
dozorlica ^
overseer, inspector.
-'Czyni
^, inspectress..ny
"
watch-
ful, vigilant ; careful, circumspect,
owac
^f
to oversee, superintend,
-^owanie 7 inspection, super-
intendence.
dozostwo ^
dogate.
dozrzaiy etc.,
vid. dojrzaiy.
dozwllalac, -olic
"^^
to let, per-
mit, allow,
-olenie^
consent,
acquiescence.
*olony ?
allowed,
permitted.
_
dozyc
^V'
to experience, live to see.
dozynki
pi., harvest-home.
dozywollcie \
pension granted for
life; annuity, life-rent; jointure,
"tni ^
for life,
.tniczka
^, dow-
ager,
tnik'^
possessor of a join

ture.
drab ^
strapping fellow.
.anflJ
satellite, halberdier; kind of dance.
drabie
pi-, waggon-ladder, (cart-)
rack.
drabinlla^,
ladder, -iasty?'
ladder-
shaped
;
woz

, ladder-waggon.
drabkafi
ladder.
drabowac
^f
fkoniaj to put into
a trot;
ffig.J
to satirise.
drachma
^, drachm.
drag
^
pole, long staff, perch,
-al ^
a tall awkward booby.
dragan"^ CfigJ
dragon (woman);
Com.) strand-snipe,
-ek
"
(lot.)
tarragon,
-.t^
^6of.; goat's- thorn.
dragon
'^
dragoon,
ia
^, dra-
goons pi.
dramat
"^
drama.
Tirgia
^, drama-*
8
34 dramatyczno^S
turgy.
*ycznosc
^, dramatic
character,
-yczny
?* dramatic,
.yk ^
dramatist.
_
dran^,
worst, trash; lath.
dranica^i
lath.
drapallc
""^
to scratch, scrape.
-^cz"^
Cfig-J
scraper; (T>otJ faller'a
thistle.
-'Czka^,
scraper; horse-
comb, -viiina^, scramble,
-k
^
dad
'ka,
to run away.
drapichrust
"^^
vagabond.
drapiez
^,
drapiestwo "I
plunder-
ing), i^ca
"^ plunderer, extorter.
-IIOSC^,
rapacity,
-..ny
"
rapa-
cious
;
ptak
ny,
bird of prey.
drapnac
^**
to run away, take to
one's '^heels; vid. drapac.
drasnllac
""^
to graze or scratch
lightly*" the skin,
i^cie^ scratch-
ing; scratch, [pitched thread.
dratwa
^, shoe- maker's thread,
drazliek ^
small pole, stick,
-.ko-
wy
"
brevet , . /
drazliwilosc
*",
irritability, sensi-
tiveness, .y
"
irritable, sensitive.
draznillacy ^
irritating,
^c
"^^
--c
siq^^fz
kirn
J,
to irritate
;
provoke,
tease,
-renie
"
irritation.
draznik
"^ porter.
drazyc
"f
to hollow out, excavate.
dreczilamia
^, torture-room.
e-
nfe
tormenting, mortification.
yc
""f
to torment, torture, vex.
-yc si
^r
to grieve, be grieved.
^yciel
'y
tormenter, torturer,
harasser.
drelicll
*? ticken, ticking,
drepllcic, --tac
^"
to trip, mince.
dreszcz
"I
chill, shudder.
dr^tki
f
sour, acrid
dretwa
^, fzo.j cramp-fish.
drftwiiic
^? to blunt,
.iec
^? to
blunt, grow stiff.
.ienie V
stiff-
ness; blunting, .ik'^^zoj cramp-
fish, ry
^
blunt, bluntish.
drewllienko
"
small piece of wood.
*.ka pl-t
fire-wood.
-*niak

fzo.J
wood-fretter.
-niany
f
,wooden,
ligneous.
*niasty
?
(o roUinieJ
stringy,
-niec
^\''
to become woo-
dy.
*.nik
"
wood-house.
*,no
t
piece of wood.
drgilac, -nac
"^f
to throb, quiver,
palpitate.
''*.anie, -^niecie \
pal-
pitation, convulsion.
'"-
dr6b
^
poultry, fowl.
drobianka^, cold beer-soup.
drobiazg
'^
trifle, slight matter;
little children.
-OWOSC
^ minute-
ness,
-owy
"
minute, petty, fri-
volous.
drobic
^f
to mince, crumble.
dr6bki
pi., giblets pi.
drobniiiec
^^*
to grow small,
^iu-
chny, 'iutki ^
diminutive, tiny.
-0 "^p smally.
-xOSC^,
sraallness,
littleness,
^ostka^,
trifle, small
matter,
owidz ^
microscope.
*y ^
small, slight, minute.
dr6cia!|ny ?
wiry, made of wire.
-*rz
'^
wire-drawer.
droga^,
way, road; journey; 2 dro'
gi! look out ! have a care ! ~ rozstaj'
nay cross-road ; ~ zelazna, railway.
drogili ^
dear, precious, valuable
;
expensive,
-o
"? at a high price,
dear. *osc
^, expensiveness, dear-
ness; dearth.
drogman
'^
di-agoman.
drogollskaz,
guide-post,
-we

turnpike-toll.
dromader

f'zo.J
dromedary.
drop' ^
(orn.) bustard.
dropiasty ^
spotted, dapple ; fco?j
^y roan-horse.
dr6t
"J
wire,
-.owac
^? to wire,
-owany ^
wired, wire
. . .
--o-
wnia^,
wire-drawing mill.
drozd
'^ (orn.) thrush.
drozdzep^,
dregs p^, harm, yeast;
rose jak na drozdzach, to grow
up very fast.
drozec
^? to grow dear.
djozej
^^ comp. od drogo.
dr6zka,
foot-path, by-way.
droznliik
"",
fingerpost; guide. *.y
*
road . . .
, travelling .
drozszy
?^ & comp. od drogi.
drozyc
^"
to make dearer. - si
^V
to sell dear, not to lower the price.
drozyb
drozyllc,
vid. drazt/c.
-^dto^
chisel.
drozyllna
^, pathway. -.sko
"I
abominable road.
drozyzna^,
clearness.
drucn, druh
"^ comrade; name-
'sake.
-na
^, bride's maid.
druczek
"^ ('typ.j brevier.
druczkowac
^"
(tkaninyj to print.
drudzypi.,
other people, others j?;.
dmgii
"
other ; second ; kupic co
2
*.iej
reki, to buy a thing second
hand
;
jeden
-iegO,
one another,
orzedny
"
secondary.
drugubica*",
fish-net.
druk
"i
print, press; printing,
-arczyk
^
jirinter's apprentice,
arilia ^, printing-house, priu-
ting-otfice.
-.arski
"
printing , .
.
;
sztuka
*arska,
art of printing.
-arstwo
"
typography, art of
printing.,
arz
"
printer.
-owac*^'"
to print; publish.
-vOWanie
"
impression, printing.
drumla*", Jew's harp.
druzba
"^ groom's man, best man.
druzg"otac
^'^
smash, shatter.
druzka
*",
bride's maid; female
companion.
drwa pi; gen.
drew,
fire-wood.
drwal
'^
timber-merchant,
nia^,
wood-yard,
-.nik'^
wood-cutter,
feller.
drwic
^'*
to jeer, banter, scoff.
drwinkijarz'^
jeerer, scoffer. -^^ipL,
raillery, jeer,
.owac^^yid.
drwic.
owanie"
mocking, jeering, per-
dryada*^
Dryad. [siflage.
dryakievv ^, ^6o^; scabious; treacle.
dryblas
"^
big fellow
drygac
^'^
to hop, skip.'
dryllgant
'^
stallion,
-gawka
^,
helm, rudder (of the raftbmen).
-gOtka^,
shivering.
dryn'.'da *i
hackney-coach, cab.
--dac
"^^
to dangle, sprawl.
-dul-
ka^,
chaise,
^dziarz
"J
cabman.
drzali'czka^,
shudder; fbot.J qua-
king-grass, ii^^we fmed.J. -cy
f
trembling, shivering, tremulous.
drzazga^
splinter, splint.
dudek
85
drzec
^? to tear, rend; (picrzej
to strip; ~ z kirn koty, to have a
quarrel continually with one. .
sie
^r
to cry with all one's might.
drze!lc^"to
tremble, shiver; .cod
zinnia, to shiver with cold,
-nie

trembling, shivering.
drzemac,
vid. drzymac.
drzewlfce "J 'iec
'^
spear -staff;
lance-staff,
-.ianka ^, green frog,
-'lasty ^
woody, wooded,
-.ina
^,
small tree ; shrub,
.ko ^ small
tree,
-^nyf
ligneous, wood-like.
0
" tree; wood;
o
opuioivey
fuel; -fc-o owocowe, fruit-tree.
*o-
wy,
vid. drzeivny.
drzvii
pi., door, ^poloczney side-
door; -. tylne, back-door; za ^f
out with him! get you gone!
-czki
pi., small door;
fu
piecaj
vent-hole.
drzymilac
^^ to nap, doze, slumber.
'aia'^
sleepy fellow, drowsy per-
son,
'ka^,
nap, short sleep,
-li-
WOSC
^, drowsiness, -.liwy^drow-
sy, sleepy.. [brewed ale.
duhelt
"^
Corn.J snipe; double-
dubelt||6wka*',
fowling piece, gun.
-owo
<^p doubly, twice,
.owy"
double.
dubllla
*",
/'w grze
Z;j7J
doublet.
.et'^
duplicate,
-.on
",'
gold-coin,
-.o-
wac
^"
to double. [idle talk.
duby
pi-, ~ smalone, nonsense,
ducn
'^
spirit; ghost; sentiment,
opinion; ~ swiety, Holy Ghost;
wyzionac
-.a,
to give up the ghost;
cieszyc sip w
-.u,
to rejoice in-
wardly
; *em,
as quick as thought.
duchna^,
pillow with down
ducho\vl!ienst\vo ^
clergy.
*.ny f
clesiastical, clerical.
*.iiy

clergyman.
ducholiwidz
"7
visionary, visionist.
-WO"?
spiritually, intellectually.
-WOSC
*",
spirituality.
-wy
^
spiritual, intellectual.
duda, 'iz
",'
bag-piper.
dudek",' forn.J hoopoo; simpleton,
tool, nincomnoop; wystrychnac
3'
86'
dudki
Tcogo na dudka. to make a fool
of one.
dudllM
pi., small bag-pipe;
-ki
stroicy to be inclined to whining,
whine,
-lie
"^^
to play badly (on
a wind-instrument),
^-y
pi., bag-
pipe, [another word!
dudu
*, ani ~ / not a word ! not
duet
'^
Cmuz.J duet, duetto.
dufac etc.,
vid. ufac etc.
duga^,
bow of a pack-saddle.
^
dukat ^
ducat,
-.owy
"
-'Owe
ztoto, ducat-gold.
dnkwiec ^f
to toil, plod away.
duma
",
meditation
;
pride, haughti-
ness, -vc
^? to meditate ; dream,
-nie ^
meditation, thoughtfulness.
dumka^,
ditty, little song.
dumnliie, -^o
**?
haughtily, super-
cilously, proudly. #*y
f
proud,
dupa
^, buttocks pi. [haughty.
duplikat
o
duplicate.
duren ^
fool, stupid fellow, ass.
dumiliac^"
to call names.
*.iec^?
to become a foolish fellow,
-o ,
foolishly
-'OSC^,
stupidity,
-y
^
foolish, silly.
durszlak

strainer, colander.
durzllenle "J
infatuation, delusion.
"ye
^^
to infatuate, impose,
delude,
.yc si
^f
to be deluded,
be infatuated,
-^yciel ^
cheat,
deceiver.
dus
"^
ducat; dusie jol., money.
dusillc"*^"
to strangle, choke, stifle;
(viifsoj to stew. kC
'Sx
''^r
to be
choked, suffocated.
'Ciel
^
Btrangler; waz
*'Ciel,
boa con-
strictor.
-.dlO
'
instrument for
strangling.
-kufel
'J
fuddler,
drunkard. _
dusza^,
soul; ( od zelazkaj h.QOXeir:
\
(wpidrzt
J
^ith.
;
Bogu dusz^ winien,
a poor harmless creature; hez
grosza przy duszy, as poor as Job
;
hez duszy, lifeless, inanimate.
dusz'lacy
"
suffocative, mephitic.
-enie ^
suffocation, choking;
fmiesaj stewing;
-enie
nocne,
night-mare,
dwucaiowy
diiszka^,
Cfig.J
sweet-heart, fove.
duszkiem "? all at one draught.
dusznilie
-? with all my (our etc.)
heart; by all means, absolutely.
*.0 <^^ hot and close.
*.0SC
^, sultri-
ness
;
asthma, orthopnoea. -y
*?
sultry, oppressive. [stewed.
duszony
f
strangled; ("o mipsiej
duszyczka^,
soul; small heater,
duzii'ac si
"^f
to wrestle, struggle.
-0 "? a great deal, much,
^y^
large, great, tall.
dwa
num., two; po -, two by two,
two and .two.
^'dziescia
num.
twenty.
-.dziesciorOj -^dziescior-
ga
"J
twenty,
-^kroc "? twice.
dwanascille
num.,
^oto
'^
twelve,
dwiescie
num., two hundred.
dw6ch
num., two.
-wsetny
"
two
hundredth.
dwojallczki
pi., twins pi.
-,ki
^
twofold.
*.ko
p doubly.
dwoic
"^f
*<
si
'^r
to doubl
dwiloje"; -^djka^,
two.
-^bjlist
('bot.J tway-blade.
dwoistllosc
^, duplicity,
-y f
two-
fold, double.
dw6r
"
court; yard; retinue;
mansion; wyjSc na ~, to go out
(for awalk), take the air; na
dworze, out in the open air; fora
ze dwora, get you gone!
^ka^,
court-lady; (female) farm-servant.
dworllactwo^
courtierism.
-ak"^
courtier.
*.ek
^ small mansion.
'llie, ^-no
^^ with great retinue.
-ny
"
courtlike, courtly,
^o-
wac
^^ to live at court,
^ski
'^
court; manorial, seigneurial.
'Sko
^^ courtly,
-^-skosc
*",
court-
manners, etiquette.
'Szczyzna^*
courtierism;
'
people _ at court,
courtiers pi.
~
[servant.
dworzanin
'^,
courtier, prince's
dworzec
",'
mansion; railway-
station, terminus.
dwubarwny ^
twocoloured.
dwucallldwKa \
board two inches
thick,
-owy
f
two -inched, of
two inches.
dwucienny
dwncienny
"
amphiscious.
dwuli'dniowy, -dzienny"
lasting
two days, two days'; two days
old.
-dzielny
"
bipartite.
dwudziestllka
^, twenty; score.
Ogodziniiy ?
of twenty -four
hours, .oletni
'^ twenty years
old.
.u,
num. twenty,
-.y
f
twen-
tieth.
dwuifuntowy ^
weighing two
pounds, -.gatunkowy ^
oC a
double kind.*gloska^,
diphtong.
--glowy
? two-headed,
-jezy-
czny?
two-tongued ;^/i^.^ double-
tongued,
-kolorowy ?
twocolou-
red. *.konny
"
drawn by two
horses,
-kropek ^
colon,
.krot-
nie
<^? twice,
-.krotny
"
double,
twofold.
-'latka
*^ quadruped
two years old.
-lecie
"
period of
two years,
-.letni
"
two years
old.
'.licowy, -^licy ?
two-faced
;
(fio.)
double-tongued,
.listnyf
two- leaved,
-.masztowy
"
two-
masted,
-.miesieczny ,
of two
months, happening every two
months.
dwunastilka ^,
twelve; a dozen,
-..okat
"; dodecagon.
-.nica
^y
f
anal
J
duodenum,
-.okatny? do-
decagonal,
.okrotny ^
twelve-
fold.
*.oscian
"I
dodecagon.
*ti
num., twelve. *.y
f
twelfth.
dwullniedzielny ^
fortnightly.
'HOzny
"
biped(al), two-legged,
pietrowy ^
two stories high,
two-'storied.
-ptciowy ^
her-
maphroditical, androgynal.
.ra-
mienny
"
bilateral, two-sided,
-^-razny ?
twice repeated,
-re-
ki
"
two-handed.
dwuroczn!;iak'T
young quadruped
two years old. .y
^
biennial.
dwu!'rogi, -^rozny ^
two-horned,
-rurka Uowling-piece.-rzedny'i*
double-rowed,
-^sieczny
'^,'^"'
two-
edged.
*.skrzydlyV'
two- winged,
-stownosc
*. duplicity,
-.sto-
wny
"
("fiq.J
double-tongued,
-^stronny
"
two-sided.
*tygo-
dykteryjka *Bf
dniowy ?
fortnightly,
-tysia-
Czny ,
two thousandth; of two
thousand,
-z^bny
"
having two
teeth; bidental. [bigamy.
dwuzellniec '^
bigamist.
*nstwo"
dwuilzgtoskowy ^
dissyllabic.
''Ztotdwka^,
piece of money
=
2 florins.
dwuznacznllosc
^.double meaning,
equivocation, .y
'^ ambiguous,
equivocal, double-meaning.
dyabei:,
vid. djabet. [coronet.
dyadem
"^
diadem, head -band,
dyakolin
'^ deacon.
nstwo 7
dea-
conry, deaconship.
dyalekt
"^
dialect, idiom,
-yka
<",
dialectics.
'
[mond.
dyainent
'^
diamond,
--owy ^
dia-
dyarya^,
diarrhoea.
dyaryusz
'^
diary.
dyby
pL, hand-cufTs.
dybac
'"V'
('>^o, kogoj to lurk, lay
au ambush for. < i
dyllchac, *szec
^f
to pant, gasp,
breathe,
-^chanie ^
breathing;
pant(ing).
dychawilica
*",
asthma,
-.cznosc'i
breaf hlossness.*czny
?
asthmatic.
dychawka*",
gill (of a fish).
dychtowullosc*",
thickness; com-
pactness, density.
*.y ^
thick;
close, compact, dense.
dydaktyczny
"
didactic.
dydelf^ ^zo.J opossum, didelphys.
dyecezilalny'?
diocesan.
*.ya*i
dio-
cese, i [allowance, pay.
dyet a
^, diet, regimen,
.y pl.^
dyg
'^
courtesy, curtsy,
--ac
^"
to courtesy, drop a courtei>y.
dygnita|!rski"of a dignitary,
-^r-
stWO
"
dignity, worship.
*.rz
'"
dignitary. \
dygotac
"^ to tremble, shiver.
dykcyonarz dictionary, lexicon.
dyktando
"
dictation.
dyktator
"
dictator,
-ski
"
dic-
tatorial.
'StWO 1
dictatorship,
dictature.
dykteryjka
*",
short stor^ little
tale.
S8 dyktowaft
dyktowaJ|6
^? to dictate.
..nie :
dictation.
dyl
"^ plank, board.
'Owac
^? to
board, plank. [cottage.
dym
*?
smoke; dwelling-house,
dirma^,
Cmaterya) dimity.
dymac
^^? to blow.
dymlliacy ^
smoking.
.ic
^7
-ic
sif ^r
to smoke, -riii

vent-
hole for the smoke; garret-win-
dow,
.ny
f
smoky.
djnnillf^
groin,
-enica^,
gland of
the pudenda, bubo.
djrinisya^,
dismission.
dymka^,
dimity; onion.
dynamit
*^ dynamite.
dynastylla \
dynasty,
-.czny
?
dynastic.
dyndac
'"V'
to dangle.
dynia
^, gourd, pumpkin.
,
dyplom, --at ^
diploma, patent.
dyplomallcya
^, diplomacy.
-,ta<i
diplomate , diplomatist.
'ty-
Cznie
"? diplomatically,
-ty-
czny
f
diplomatic,
-.tyk
"^ diplo-
matist;
(fig.
J cunning fox.
-,ty-
ka^,
diplomatics.
dyptan
"^ (hot.) dittany.
dyrd'^ -ein
hiedz^ to run fast,
-^ac
"^^
to run fast,
dyrekllcya
^, direction, manage-
ment,
-.tor"
director, manager;
(szkoi'y) head-master.
dyrygowac^^
to direct, manage;
/"orkiestraj to conduct.
dyscypliiia
^, discipline; cat-o*-
iiine-tails. [sonance.
dysharmoiiia
^, discordancy, dis-
dyshOEOr"^
dishonour, discredit.
dyska^,
the ten.
dyskreilcya^,
discretion, prudence.
x-dyt ^
discredit, disrepute,
-dy-
towac
^^ to discredit.
dyskretnllosc
*",
discreetness,
-y
^
discreet, prudont.
dyskors ^
conversation, fption.
dyspensa
^. dispensation, exem-
dyspollnent
'^
manager, factor.

nowac
^f
CJ<ogo na inderdj to
give the last benediction; dis-
dziala]no6
pose,arrange;coramand.*.2ycya ^,
order, command, disposition.
dyspntlia
<",
dispute.
*.owac
^V
to dispute, argue.
dyssydent"^
dissenter.
dystrakcya
^, absence of mind;
amusement, diversion.
dystrybncya
^, distribution.
dystylllarnia
*; distillery.-.owac'^'f
to distil, still.
dystynllffowany
*? genteel, ofrank.
kcyas
distinction.
dysza/,
nozzle of the blast-pipe.
dyszec
^? to heave.
dyszel
beam, polo.
dyszkant
^
(muz.) treble, soprano.
-owy ^
klucz , treble-clef.
dyszlowy
"
thill . .
.
dywan ^
carpet ; divan.
dywdyk*^rich horse-cloth; Tur-
kish silk-stufif.
d3rwer8ya^, diversion.
dywidenda^,
dividend.
dywizylla I
(mil.) division,
.jny
^
(mil.) divisional,
-oil
"^ two
squadrons.
dzban, -ek
"
pitcher, mug.
-eczek, -aszek
*!? cruet.
dzdz"Ownica
*",
rain-water.*
-o-
wnik
%'
earth-worm, grub,
--ti,
pragnac czego jak
*^XL,
to wish
most eagerly,
-.ysty ^
rainy.
dziac sie
*",'*
to come to pass,
occur; co 3ie tu dzieje? what is
up here? skadsif dzieje ze, whence
it came to' pass that; niech sie
dzieje wola nieba! the God's will
bo done!
dziad*^
old man; grandfather;
old beggar,
ek
'^
grandfather;
nut-crackers pi., (w grzc karto-
wejj dummy.
>.owina^
good oM
man,
*owizna^,
inheritance left
by the grandfather.
-*owski ?
grandtatherly ; beggarly,
-.unio IJ
grandfather. [ment.
dziat
"",
share; lot, portion, allot-
dziatallc
^'f?
to act, work; ope-
rate, have effect
<.cz

author,
agent
;
(chemj re-agent.
'^^Inosc
^
dzialalnj
actiTity, agency; eflBcIency.*.lnyf
active ; efficacious, efficient.i^iiie
"J
proceeding, operation; farytm.)
dziaika^,
scale. [rule.
dzialo ^
cannon, gun.
bitiiia
^,
(mil.) battery. *wy^ cannon...;
of partition, of division.
dzianet
"^
Arabian hors^.
dzianka^,
homey-comb.
dziariln
^, gravel
;
pyrites,
-nisty
?
gravelly.
dziarskili?
brisk, smart, sprightly,
mettlesome.
^<0SC
U
briskness,
smartness.
"*
dziaslo
'J
gum, gums pi.
dziatii'eczki pl.t -wa
^, childrenj??.,
little ones.
dzicz^t
savage people, barbarians
pi.
ec
"^
to grow wild, become
intractable,
ek ^ -^ka
^, crab,
wild tree,
yna
^, boar- flesh.
*yzna^,
game, deer; savageness.
dzida
^, spear, pike.
dzieci pit children pi.
-^ak
"^
tall child,
--atko ^
baby.
1
child . infant.
"
-^eCY
J
childlike,
filial.
*
dziecielina ^, (hot.) medick.
dziecinila
^, baby.
,ii(ii)iec'^
to
grow childish, dote.
-.11I6
sif ^T
to be childish,
.nosc^,
childish-
ness, -riiy
J
childish.
dziecmstwo ^
childhood, infancy;
childishness.
dzieciob6j||ca'^ -czyni^,
infanti-
cide,
--czy ?
infanticidal.
*.stwo
\
infanticide.
dzifcioi
T
Com,) wood-pecker.
dzieciucb
*; tall child.
dziecko ^
child.
dziedzic " heir, inheritor; pro-
prietor, possessor; -, prawowity,
heir apparent; m, domniemany,
heir presumptive,
'two ^
inhe-
ritance
,
heriditary possession,
patrimonial estate.
dziedziczilenie^
inheritance.
*ka
^,
heiress; proprietress.
^nie ?
hereditarily.
.nosc
^. heredity.
-ny ?
hereditary, patrimonial.
dzienny 39
*y6
^f
to inherit; possess, be
possessed of.
dziedzina f, inherited property,
patrimony; home, native country;
ffig.J
sphere, province.
dziedziniec
'^
court-yard.
dziegliciamia
^, tar-hut.
ciarz
T
tar-burner.
-iec';
tar.
*ciowy
"
tarry, tar-like.
dzifgi
pl.j money.
dzifp:iel
"y (T>ot.j angelica.
dzieje
pi., history, annals pi., re^
cords pi.; ~ apostolskie, tlie acts
^
of the apostles.
dziejollpis, 'pisarzT
historian,
historiographer,
.pisarski
f
hi-
storical, of an historian.
-*pi-
sarstwo ^
historiography.
*.wy
f
historical.
dziekalln ^
dean,
nia^,
deanery;
dean's dwelling.
*nski?
dean's.
-nstwo
"
deanery, deanahip.
dziekczynllienie
T
thanksgiving,
ny
f^
of thanks, thanksgiving .
.
;
.ny
list, letter of acknowledg-
ment; , na ofiara,
thank-offering.
dzieklil jp{.,
thanks pJ.; \Bogu!
thank God ! -.owac
^f
^
to thank.
dzieljlenie ?
division,
^.iq
""f
to
share, parcel; faryt.J to divide,
-ic
sif
^
to share; be devided,
dzielko ^
little work. [shared.
dzielna^,
(aryt.) dividend!
dzielnica ^, ^mtasia>/ quarter;
^/^.^
column.
dzielnik "IJ faryt.J
divisor.
dzielnllosc
^, vigour, valiance, bra-
very,
y
f
valiant, brave.
dzieio "J
work ; deed, action.
dzienV"
day; tadny
~,
doom's
day ; ia dnia, by day-light; wir6d
biatego dnia, at noon (-day); dn
the face of the world. *. i noc,
fbot.) cow-wheat.
dziennllie
? daily, -rik*:
diary,
day-book, journal; daily paper,
'ikarski
"
journalistic, news-
paper... ikarstwo ?
journalism,
press, -rikarz
"I
journalist, re-
porter, -.y
"
diurnal, daily.
dzierga6
40
dziergallc
^? to knit,
-^nie 7
'
knitting. [tufted lark.
dzierlatka
^, CoraJ
crested lark,
dzierzak

handle* of a flail.
dzierzawlla
<; tenancy, farm; te-
nure, lease; wziac <v^, to take
on lease, -.y pl.j possessions pi.
'Ca
tenant,
v
farmer, lease-
holder.
.czy
f
('gram.
J
posses-
sive.
*czyni^,
(female) lease-
holder, farmeress,
-..ic
'"^
to farm,
tenant.
.ka
^, small lease, tenure.
.ny ?
of a farm ; -^na
wies, farm.
dzierzha^.
Corn.) butcher-bird.
dzierillenie
"
possession,
-yc
'"f
to hold, possess,
-yciel
%' pos-
sessor, holder.
dziesiatllak'^
^mnifi/ wifcej
-
)
three-
pencet
-ek"?
half a score ;
number
of ten.
-.ka \
ten.
-kowac
'^'^
to" decimate. i*.kowanie
"
deci-
mation.
*nica*i
decennial anni-
versary, -.y
f
tenth.
dziesiellc
num., ten. -vcina^,
tithe,
tithes'" pi.
-vciokat
"^ decagon.
-cioletni
f
ten years old; de-
cennial.
'Cioraki
"
decuple,
ten fold; jof ten different sorts.
-^ciomasbb,
w -*
~,
tenfold, ten
times as much, *'Cioro,'*'Ciu,ten.
*ckroc
<*^ ten times.
*.tnik
"^
decurion.
-tny ?
decimal.
dziewanna^,
fhot.J mullein.
dziewczllatko'J-'yTika^,
little girl,
maid
-
child.
. "J
young girl.
cy
?
girlish, maidenly.
<3ma
^,
girl, lass.
dzieweczka^,
young girL
dziewi^cllka \
(liczba i w grze
kartowej) nine, ^y ^
ninth.
dziewillca^,
maid, virgin,
-.ctwd";
virginity.
-^czo
"? virginally.
-Czy
? virginal, virginlike.
dziewicwwm.,nine.*.dziesiatwu7n.,
ninety,
-.dziesiatletni
^
"
nona-
genarian,
--dziesiaty ?
ninetieth,
dziesi^ciu,
ninety.
dziewiecilloraki
"
of nine different
sorts.
""
oro ^
nine,
^u
num.,
nine. '.iiset
num., ninehundied.
dziwaczk^^
dziewi^cllkroc ^
nine times,
krotny
"
nine times repeated,
set
num., nine hundred.-.setny
*
ninehundredth. [sig,t,
dziewi^dziesiat,
vid. dzieivi^cdzie-
dziewiftnaiscie, -^stu
num., nine-
teen.
-*.sty
f
nineteenth.
dziewierz
'\' brother-in-law.
dziewllka
^, wench, country-girl,
house-maid.
*oja^
portly maid,
-^ucha
^, wench.
dziewoslllab
%' match -maker;
groom's m'^an, best man.
*.^bic^f
(komuj to woo for a person, make
a match, -'^jpl., match-making,
dziezlla, *ka
"',
kneading-trough,
dzik
'^
wild boar. [hutch.
dziklii ?
wild, savage; shy, coy.
-*0*^? wildly; shyly,
--osc^i
wild-
ness, savageness ; shyness, coyness.
*Owina^,
boar-flesh.
dzi6b

beak, bill; pock-hole,
pock-mark.
*.as

long beak;
pick-axe.
dziobllac
^? to peck, pick up with
the beak.
-asty ^
with large
beak,
.aty ^
marked by the
small-pox.
dziobnaC)
vid. dziohac.
dzione2
"^ fine lovely day.
dziryt
'"
javelin.
dzills, ''Siaj "? today; now-a-
days, at present,
-.siejszy
f
this
day's; of this date.
dziurlla^,
hole, gap; jail, prison,
--awic
'*'?
to make a hole in,
perforate.
*.awiec

Cbot.J
hy-
pericon.
-awy
"
full of holes;
leaky,
^-eczka, -ka
^, little hole,
opening.
dziurkowatllosc
^,
porosity, po-
rousness. *.y
f
porous.
dziw
"^
wonder; nie >., ze, it is not
to be wondered at.
^-actwo
7
oddness , strangeness , extra-
vagance, singularity.
dziwacki,
vid. dziwaczny.
dziwaczilek^J r&o^.;
marvel of Peru,
-'Snie
"
whimsicalness, freakish-
ness.
^-ka
^i
whimsical woman.
dziwaczno56
*>nOSC,
vid. dziwactwo.
-ay
?
odd, queer, strange, extravagant.
-yc
^',*
to play odd freaks, be
whimsical.
dziwalldlo
"
prodigy, wondrous
thing,
-k ^
whimsical man.
dziwer"
damaskeened work.
*o-
wac
^f
to damaskeen,
.^bwka
^,
damask-twist gun.
dziwllic
"""
to astonish, surprise,
-ic si5 *owac sie
'"^
to marvel,
be surprised, be astonished.
-^nie
*^ strangely ; extraordina-
rily,
^no
*? ~ * mi, I am surprised,
I wonder at it.
iiOSC
^, strange-
ness.
*.ny
"
strange, odd, mar-
vellous; admirable.
dziwo ^
prodigy, marvel,
-.lag,
-^twdr
'J
monster,
--ta
^, nie
-ta
Z'ze); it is not to be wondered at.
-wac si,
vid. dziwic si^.
^^wlsko
"
pageant, show; prodigy.
dziwy ?
dziwe mipso, proud flesh.
dztuna
^, plague, pestilence.
dzwieczllnosc
^, sonorousness, har-
moniousness.
-ny f
sonorous,
tuneful,
.yc
^^ to tinkle, sound
harmoniously.
dzwiek
"^
sound, resonance.
dzwigilac, -nac
^^ to bear (a bur-
den)
;
lift ' raise, build,
nia
^,
lever.
dzwon
"^ btjll ; ~ na trwogp, tocsin,
alarm-bell,
^ek
"
little bell.
-,ic
"'^V'
to ring the bell, toll;
clink, jingle; -vie zp&ami, to chat-
ter with the teeth; .! mi w uszach,
my ears tingle,
-iec "^ fom.)
linnet,
-ienie ^
toll, ringing ;
to uchu, tingling in the ears.
-*ka
^,
diamonds pi. (at cards),
-ki
pi.,
Cu koQuta etc.) giU.
dzwonko
"
a piece offish.
<*.waty
^
bell-shaped,
-wy ^
of diamonds.
dzwonnilica
*",
steeple, beUYy, bell-
tower.
*.k
'^
bell-ringer.
dzwono "J
felloe, felly; piece offish.
dzyndzyk
"^
tassel, small hanging
end.
ekspedytor 41
echo ^
echo.
edtikacylla
^, education, rjny
?
relating to education, educationaL
edycya^,
edition.
edykt
"^ edict.
edyl

edile.
egoistila
"^
egoist, selfish man.
-ka^, selfish woman.
egoizm

selfishness.
egzjLltacya fi
exaltaiion.
egzamin ^
examen, examination,
"acyjliy
f
relating to examina-
tion, examinational.
<ator
^
examinator.
owac
'"*^
to ex-
amine, ask questions.
egzekucylla ^,
execution; capita!
punishment,
-jny
"
executive.
egzekllutor
"^
executioner; execu-
tor,
-.wowac
""^
to execute;
Cpodatki zaUgleJ to collect.
egzekwiei>i., obsequies pi., fune-
ral rites.
egzemplarz

copy (of a book).
egzystllencya
<i
existence* rO-
wac
to exist, be.
eh
*
ah!
ech *, yes ! indeed
!
ej, eize*,
mind I take caret
einax,
vid. hejnai.
eMoga^,
eclogue.
ekonom"^
steward; hasbandmaa,
-ia^,
economy; economics ; stew-
ard's dwelling.
viczny
^
econo-
mic(al).
-.ika \
economy.
<i8taT
economist.
eksces 1,
excess, outrage.
ekscentrycznilosc
^, eccentricity.
*.y ^
eccentric.
ekskomunika
^, excomunicationr,
ekskrementa
pi., excrement.
eksknza^,
excuse.
ekspedyllcya
^, expedition; dis-
patch, sending-off; (newspaper)
office.
-*ent ^
clerk, manager.
owac
'^^
to expedite, forward,
dispatch,
-tor
^%
clerk, oommla-
sioner.
42 ekspektatywa
ekspektatywa
^, expectative.
ekspens '?
expense.
*owac
'^"
to
expend, disburse,
-owny ?
ex-
pensive.
eksport
"^
exportation,
-acya^
exportation ; escort of a funeral.
owac
'"^
to export; fciatoj to
bury with pomp.
ekstrakt ^
extract, essence.
ekstrapoczta
^, courier, express.
ekwipaz
"^
carriage.
elastyczllnosc
^, elasticity,
-ny
?
elastic(al).
eleganllcM
f
elegant, fashionable.
cko
"
elegantly,
-cya
^, ele-
gance, finery of dress,
-t
'^
dan-
dy, fashion-monger,
-^tka
^, lady
of fashion.
-towac si
^r
to
dress finely, attire oneself.
elegia*;
elegy.
elekcyi!a
^, election..jnyf elective.
elektor
"^
elector, prince elector,
-at
'5 electorate,
-ka, -owa
^,
electress.
-ski ^
electoral.
elektrycznllosc
^, electricity,
-.y
f
electric(al^.
elektryzowallc
*"?
to electrify,
-nie ^
electrification.
elementaijmy ^
elementary,
simple, non compounded, rudi-
mentary,
rz"
hornbook, primer.
elipllsa
^ ellipsis,
'tycznie "?
elliptically.
tycznosc
*",
ellipti-
city.
-tyczny
f
elliptic(al).
elizeiskL
"
Elysian. [enamel.
emalilla^,
enamel,
-owac
'"f
to
emeryt
^
pensionary.
emi^allcya
^, emigration.^vcyjnyf
emigrant,
nt
%' emigrant.
emisarynsz 11
emissary, secret
agent.
encyklopedylla
^, encyclopedia,
czny
"
encyclopedian.
energilla^,
energy.
.cznie^^
ener-
getically.
*.czny ^
energetic.
entuzyallsta ^ -stka^, enthusiast,
zm ^
enthusiasm.
eolski ^
Aeolian, Aeolic.
epiczny
"
epic.
epidemia^,
epidemic disease.
facyata
epigramat
"^ epigram,
epilepsya
*",
epilepsy, falling s!ck
ness.
epilog
"
epilogue, conclusion,
epistola^, epistle; the Epistle.
epoklla
^, epoch.
-*.owy
"
epochal,
epopeja^, epopee, epic poem,
epoiet
"7 epaulet,
erekcya^, erection,
es
"^
Cna kostce od graniaj ace;
smallest gold-weight,
esencya^, essence, substance,
eskadia ^, squadron (of ships of
war).
[wac
"""
to escort,
eskorllta^,
escort, convoy.
-to-
esowaty
f
having the form of S,
winding, meandering,
esownik
^
(arch,) cornice,
etnograf "IJ
ethnographer,
.ia \
ethnography,
-iczny
f'
ethnolo-
gical,
etykieta
^, etiquette
;
fna towarachj
label.
'Iny
"
ceremonious.
etymologilia
*",
etymology,
--cznyf
etymological,
encharystya
^, eucharist.
eunuch ^
eunuch,
ewakuacya
*i
evacuation,
ewanielllia, ewangielia^,
gospel,
evangel,
-^liczny ?
evangelical.
-lik

protestant.
-lista
'^
evangelist.
ewolucya^,
evolution.
F.
fabryllczny?
manufactured; cena
<czuaj
prime cost. A>ka^ manu-
factory.
*kacya
^, manufacturing;
fabrication.
*.kant
'^ manufac-
turer, fabricator,
'kat
'y
manu-
facture
,
fabric.
'.kowac
*'f
to
manufacture; falsify,
^kowanie"
fabrication ; falsification.
facecylla
t; jest, joke ;
facetiae.
-Oilista^
humorous man, joker.
facyata
^, front (of a building);
(zartohliwiej face, countenance.
fecjenda
faryzeusz 45
facyenda
^, truck, barter,
^.rka
',
'-rz ^
dealer in second-hand
goods, broker.
fagas
'^
lackey, male servant.
fagollcista "i
bassoonist,
-t
^t
bas-
soon.
fajans
'^
Delft-ware, owy ?
of
faience. [smoker.
fajjczallrnia
^, smoking-room,
rz'^
fajdac
^^ to foul, dirty, ease
oneself.
fajeczka*",
little smoking-plpe.
fajerllka
<",
fire-pan.
.werk
",' fire-
work.
fajka
^, smoking
-
pipe.
*rz ^IJ
manufacturer of tobacco-pipes^
faitac
""f
to stir, wag.
faklicya
<; faction,
-t
*; fact,
matter of fact.
,
faktor"^
broker, commission-agent.
*ka^t
female broker, factoress.
-"lie
"
brokerage, factorage,
-o-
wac
"? to broke, job.
-stwo
^
broker's business, -i-ya ^, factory.
fala^, wave, billow, surge.
falanga^,
phalanx.
falbana^,
furbelow, flounce.
fatd
"y
-^a
^y fold, rumple, plait;
(fig
J *6w
przysiedziec, to work
hard,
rowac
'^^.
to fold, rumple,
-^zisty
^
plaited, folded; full of
folds.
falowac
^^ to wave.
falsef^
/'wwz.yl falsetto, head-voice.
falsyfikacya ^, falsification.
fatsz
^,
falsehood, falseness, lie,
falsity,
-.erski ^
falsifier's.
-,er-
Stwo
"
falsification
; Cjur.J forgery.
*erz
^7
falsifier
;
(winaj adulterer
;
(dokumentow) forger.
faiszowallc
'^f
to falsify; (winoj
to adulterate,
-nie
"
falsification
;
(winaJ adulteration,
-ny ?
fal-
sified.
falszownik, vid. faiszerz.
fatszTwilie
*? falsely, untruly.
'OSC*', falsity, falsehood; dupli-
city, deceit.
'
m.y
f
false, deceit-
ful; counterfeit, feigned, false-
hearted.
faxnllil!a
', family. ant ^
one
belonging to a family, kinsman;
man of high extraction.
famulus ^
servant, waiter;
fanaberye
pi-, ostentatiousness.
fanatyllcznje
'^^ fanatically,
-^czny ?
fanatic(al).
.k
'^
fanatic
zm
"^
fanaticism, fervid zeal.
fanfara
*",
fanfare, flourish (of
trumpets).
fanfaron
"^
dandy, coxcomb, bean,
-^ada^,
swaggering, rodomontade,,
coxcombry,
/^cwac
^V'
to rodo-
montade, swagger.
fant
T
pledge, pawn
;
grac w
-y^
to play at forfeits.
fantastyljcznosc
*",
fantasticalness^'
quaintness.
~cziiy
"
fantastical,
fanciful,
.k
"^ fantastic.
fantazylla
^, imagination, fancy;
sudden idea; (muz.) fantasia.
*.8
v^-i
caprices pi., whims pL
fantowliac '^f
to take away as a
pledge, seize, fcrac
sie
^f
to lend
upon pawn.
*.nik
^J
pawnbroker.
fara^,
parish-church.
faraon
'^ fgraj faro.
farblla^i
dye, paint; colour;
-,a
pastelna, crayon;
.a
u-odiiUy
water-colour.
Mernia
^, dye-
house,
-.ierski
"
dyeing, dyel-'s.
-^ierstwo 1
dyeing, art of dyeing,
'ierz ^
dyer,
nik
"^ colouring
matter, pigment.
farbowllac
"^^
to dye, colour;
fiv mysliwstwiej to besprinkle with
blood;
.ac
na zielono etc., to dye
green etc.
vanie
"J
colouring,
dyeing,
-^any
"
dyed
; CfigJ
false
;
'ane
lisy,
(fig
J cheat, deception,
-nik
"^ (hot.) woad.
farfurka^,
plate of delf.
farmaceuta
^, pharmaceutist.
farny
"
parochial, parish.
fartullch
"I
apron; (u poicozuj
hammercloth..szek^ little apron,
farynila
^, brown sugar, cassonade
;
(figj
kind, sort.
*.iarz
"^ ketper
of a cook-shop.
faryzelljski
?
Pharisaical,
-usz "IJ
44 faryzeuszostwo
Pharisee ; hypocrite.
*tl8Z08tW0
"
pharisaicalness
,
pharieaism.
*iiSZOWski ^
pharlsaic(al).
farsa*", fte.J
farce; drollery.
fascyknt
"7
fasciculus, fascicle;
bundle, pack.
faslla^,
barrel, cask,
-ka,
small
cask, (od maala) churn.
*owac^"
to put into cask, tun.
fasola^,
(hot.) french bean, kid-
ney-bean.
^
, [wac
'"?
to baste.
fastryglla
^, basting, stitch.
*o-
faszyna^,
fascine. [baubles pi.
fataiaszki p^-
fiddle-faddles,
fatalnllie
^? fatally, unfortunately.
--OSC^,
fatality,
-y
f
fatal; dis-
agreeable.
_
faty^lla
^, fatigue, trouble. -.0-
wac^f
to fatigue; give trouble,
to inconvenience.
fawor
favour,
-.yt"^
favourite,
darling.
-*yta
^, favourite; mis-
tress, minion,
"-yty
pl-^ whis-
kers pi.
*.yzowac
^f
to favour.
fe
*, fy! shame!
febrlla^,
fever; (med.) ague. -,0-
wy ^
fever . . .
-.yczny
'^ feverish,
febrile.
fechllmistrz
"^ fencing-master.-^to-
wac
^f
*towac sie
^f
to fence.
''towanie
"
fencing.
felczer
",'
army-surgeon.
feldfebel'T
sergeant.
feldmarszalek "?
field-marshal.
feler"^
(xo grze bilardj false push
;
blunder, v ' [of a newspaper.
feljeton
"^ feuilleton, bottom part
feniks
"J
phenix.
fenomen
"^ phenomenon.
fenyg'^
farthing.
feralny
"
ominous, unlucky; dzien
~, day of misfortune.'
ferment!lacya
^, fermentation.
.*o-
wac
^^ to ferment.
ferowac
^?
Cjurj to pronounce
(a sentence).
fertllac
sif '^r
to bustle about,
-alski

*'alska
^, bustler.
fertycznljosc <i
agility, briskness,
*y
f
agile,
brisk.
filuterny
terye pi; holidays j??.,
vacation
I
* sadowe, recess, non-term,
^
feston
festoon.
festyn^
feast, festival.
fet6ri;
stench.
feudalilizm
"^
feudal system, feii*
dalism.
*no8C
^, feudality.
*ny
f
fez"^
fez, [feudal.
fiatkowy, vid. fiolkowy.
figa*",
fig; pokazad komu
figf,
to
give one the fico, turn one's back
upon one.
-mia^,
plantation of
fig-trees.
figiel, 'ek '^
trick, frolic, prank;
(fig.
J cunning, craft, stratagem;
wyptatac komu
figla,
to play a
trick upon one, play one a trick,
figlarilka
^, frolicsome woman,
^j2ie
<^<^^
farcically
--nose
^, frolic-
someness, waggishness.
-.ny
?
frolicsome, farcical,
-z
T
frolic^
some fellow, joker.
figlowac
^f
to frolic, joke.
figowy ^
figgy, fig...
figurlla^,
figure; form; waist, sta-
ture;
CfigJ
person,
-.alny
"
figu-
rative.
*ant '?
mute person, figu-
rant,
'.owac
"f
to cut a figure;
enjoy credit.
fik mik,
hocus-pocus,
fikijac, ''iiac
'^'i*
to kick.
fikcya*",
fiction, figment.
filantrop

--ka *\ philantropist.
^-ia *i
philantropy.
filar
pillar, column;
f
fig.J sup-
port.
*owanie "J
colonuade,
filigranowy
"
filigree;
ffigj
very
filipika*",
philippic. [delicate.
filizanka*", tea- or coffee-cup.
filolog
",'
philologist.
*.ia
^, philo-
logy,
^'iczny
"
philological.
filozof
'^
philosopher, -via^, phi-
losophy,
'iczny
^
philosophi-
cal,
-.ka
^, philosophess.
^-owac
^?
to philosophize,
-^ski
"
philo-
sopher's.
filtrowac
^? to filter.
filut'"
rogue, cunning fellow.
filuterilnie
<^? cunningly, craftily,
^-nosc
*",
cunnig, craftiness,
^-ny,
filuterski
*sldf
cunning, crafty, waggish.
"Stwo ^
cheating, swindling,
fllutka^
cunning woman,
fimfa
<; cloud of !<moke;
Cf^gJ
injury; puszcza6 }:omu
fimfy,
to
treat one haughtily.
final
i;
CmuzJ
finale,
ftnanslle;??.,
finances pJ., revenue.
fora 45
'Owy
finan-
-ista
"^ financier,
cial.
fioklli
pi., tawdry finery,
.owac
si
*^r
to attire oneself; dress out,
fioi^lek
^
r^otj
violet,
-kowy
^
violet..., of violets; violet-blue.
fiolet "?
violet, violet-blue colour.
-owy ^
violet, violet-blue.
firanKa^,
curtain,
fircyk'^
coxcomb, ft)p.
-vowaty?
foppish, coxcoraicai.
firleie
pl; stroic
^,
commit follies,
play tricks.
'
.
.'
firletka
^, fbotj
rose-campion.
firma^,
(handlowa) firm.
firmament"^
firmament, sky.
iirman
"^ firman.
fiskalnllOSC
^, finances pi.., Trea-
sury.
m,Y
f
fiscal.
fiskus ^
fisc. Exchequer.
fistuia
*",
(med.) fistula
;
(o glo-
siej falsetto; ipitwac fistuia, to
sing falsetto.
fiszbin
"^ whale bone.
fiXL fin,
w glowie, he is a
windy fellow,
-.tyniec
'^
windy
fellow.
fizy-czny
f
physical,
-^k "!?
phy-
sicist; physician;
^k
powiatowy,
district-physician,
-.ka ^, phy-
sics.
fizyolo^
"^ physiologist,
-.ia
^,
physiology,
-^icznie '^^ physiolo-
gically, according to the laws of
physiology.
iczny
"
physiolo-
gic(al).
fizyonomil!a ^, physiognomy, facial
expression,
.sta'^
physiognomist.
flacha
^, big bottle.^
flader

C^
drzewiej fibre.
fladra^, fzoj flounder; slattern.
flagaV
storm; flag.
flak"!;
gut, intestine, s^i pL, tni)e.
flakowallciec
"^^
to flag, hang
loose.
*ty
"
flaggy, flaccid
flanela*",
flannel.
flank
'"
(^miij flank, side,
-.ier 1J
skirmisher, flanker,
-owac
^f
to flank.
flaszlla, -'ka*',
bottle, flask,
-.e-
czka*i
flagon, small bottle, phial.
flegma
^, phlegm
; ffig.
j cold blood,
coolness,
flegmatyczn!!osc
^, cld blood,
sluggishne.>3S.
*y ^
phlegmatic(al),
sluggish in temperament.
flegmatyk'^
phlegmatic person.
flegmistllosc
^, mucousness.
-.y
^
phlegmatical , abounding in
phlegm.

[person, sloven,
flejtnch
^, lint;
("fig.J
slovenly
f et
"y
Cmuz.j flute.
*nia
^,
'ro-
wers
"^
German flute.
*nista
"'
flute-player.
flinta^,
gun, musket.
flis, --ak
"^^
raftsman,
-.owka^,
floated wood,
-.owstwo
^
pro-
fession of a raftsman.
flora
^, flora.
floren
"^ florin, guilder.
floresy
pi-, flourish (set-off).
floret

foil (for fencing),
flotlla^,
navy, fleet,
--ylla^,
flo-
tilla, squadron,
fluksya,^
fluxion; swollen cheek.
fochy ph,
pout; stroic
~, to be
in the pouts.
foka^, fzo.J
seal, sea-calf.
folarski ?
fuller's.
folgila
^, relaxation, relief,
-.o-
wac
'^"
to rel ax, alleviate ; indulge,
-^-owanie "J
indulgence.
foliai
";
folio.
fol!!owac, --nszowac
'"^
('mknoj
to full.
*owanie"
fulling,
-nsz'^
fulling-mill,
.usznik
'^ fuller.
folwarllczny ^
farm ... -.k
"^
farm, farmstead.
fomfry
pi, whims pl.j freaks pi.
fontanna
^, fountain, water-spout.
fontaz"^
cockade, knot (of ribbons),
fora
*, out with him ! get you gonei
46 foremnie
foremnllie
"? nicely, shapely; re-
gularly.
'*0SC*',
shapeliness; re-
gularity. m.y
f
well-shaped; re-
gular.
forma
^, form, shape ; mould ; cast
;
(gramJ form.
*.cya^,
formation,
-"lista^,
formalist.
*.lnie
^V
iu
due form ,
formally.
^lnosc
^,
formality.
-Iny ?
formal, out-
right,
-.t
size (of a book);
-,t
v/ civiartce, quarto.
.
formiellrski
"
embosser's, moul-
der's; robota
*.rska,
embossery.
'rstwo
"J
the art of embossing.
*.rz ^
moulder; embosser.
formowallc
^"
to form, to shape;
formuj sie.f dress your ranks!
<^c
si,
to form the ranks, fall in.
^-nie ^
forming.
formullia
^, formula,
--larz "IJ
formulary, schedule.
fornal
"^
horse-boy, farmer's ser-
vant.
*>.ka*",
team of four farm-
horses.
*.ski^
horse-boy's, cart.
.;
]co7i
-^ski,
farm-horse, cart-horse.
fomier
^
inlay, veneer.
*.owa-
nie ^ veneering. [guard.
forpoczta
^, outpost, advanced
forsila^,
force, effort.
*.owac
'^^
to force, to urge,
-vowailie
"J
forcing, urging.
fort
"7
fmil.J fort.
f6rtlla, --ka^,
wicket, little gate.
forteca^,
fortress.
fortel

artifice, stratagem.
*.ny^
cunning, knavish.
fortepian
"^ pianoforte, piano.
fortunila*",
fortune; wealth; luck.
-*.ka^.
small fortune, possession.
.nie'^*?fortunatly; prosperously.
-ny ^
lucky, fortunate. [ster).
f6rtyan
"^
door-keeper (of a cloi-
fortyfikllacya
^,
fortification,
-^o-
wac
'^"
to fortify.
*'Owanie
"I
fortification.
forum
"
forum, court.
forys
"7 out-rider, jockey.
forytilarz "J
furtherer, promoter.
-Owac
^'f
to favour, support.
fosa*",
moat, deep trench.
fryga
fosfor
phosphorus,
.an
"^ phos-
phate,
-ek
"V
fchemj phosphide.
'-escencya
^, phosphorescence,
^owy
"
phosphorous,
-^yczny
"
phosphoric.
*.yt
^
phosphorite.
fotel
'"
arm-chair.
fotograf"^ photographer, -^ia^,
photography; photo, photograph.
*0wac ^? photograph.
frachfy
freight, cargo ; freightage,
freight,
-owy
"
freight;
.owy
list, bill of freight
-owy
okret,
trader, merchant-man.
frak
"^
dress-coat.
framuga*",
niche.
franclla *i
venereal disease,
-owa-
ty ^
infected with venereal dis-
francik
'^
vid. frant. [ease.
franciszkan, --in
"'
Franciscan
(friar).
francuzlliec
^V
to contract French
habits etc.
-^czyzna
*",
French
fashion and language ; Freuchism.
francymer
"^
lady's maids.
frank
",'
franc.
franko
'^'^
post-paid.
-.wac
""?
t<S frank, prepay,
-owanie 7
prepayment (of letters).
frant
'^ sly-boots, cunning fellow.
-OWStwo
"
roguery, wagglshne?s.
frasobliwllosc ^t
inclination for
sorrowfulness, affliction,
-y
^
grievous, afflicted.
frasilowac si
^T
to pine, grieve,
^unek
'^ grieve, trouble, affliction.
fraszklla*",
trifle, trash, feather,
-ownis
'^ trifler.
frazes
"? phrase,
-owicz'^
phrase-
fredzla*",
fringe. [monger.
fregata^,
frigate.
front
"^ Carch. & mil.
J
front.
fruczec
^f
to roar, rush.
frukt,
vid. oiooc.
fryc'^
novice, new beginner, green
hand, -o-owe "
zaptacic
-owe,
to pay dear for one's experience,
buy wit. '6wka
^, reprimand,
lecture; dac komu
-.owk^,
to
cudgel a person; read a lecture.
fryga*",
top, humming-top.
frykas
frykas

fricassee.
frykcya^,
friction, rubbing.
frymarllczyc
*^f
to barter, truck,
i^k
"i
truck, bartering.
fryszerka
*",
finery.
fryz
'"
(arch.) frieze.
fryzlowac
^? to frizzle, curl.
''Ura
*",
bair-dress.
*.yer
*? head-
dresser.
fugiia^,
joint, mortise; (muz.) fu-
gue.
.owac
^^
to joint, mortise.
fugas,
~ chrustas zrobic, to run off.
fuiarlia, *ka^,
fife, shalra.
fukliac
""?
to chide, rebuke, scold,
'liwy
f
scolding, reprimanding.
fular
*;
silk-sUiff, foulard; foulard
(handkerchief).
,
[flation.
fumy pi;
(figj
bloatedness, in-
fundacya^,
foundation, establish-
ment; legacy, bequest.
fundament ^
foundation -wall;
base, foundation,
-alny
"
fun-
damental, well-gronded.
fundL'ator
'^
founder, establisher.
-"OWac
^"^
to found ; treat, feast.
'USZ
"7
fund, capital, stock; bra6
kogo na
<^XLSZ,
to make sport of a
person,
-^nszowy"
of foundation,
stock
fundusik

small fund, capital.
funkcya^, function, office; (mat.)
function.
funt
^
pound ; zekpa6 na
-^y, to
scold much.
*owy
"
pound . .
.
fura*",
waggon, cart.
furai'T
forage,
-owac^?
to forage,
-^-owanie
"J
forage.
furda/,
trifling matter, small
matter. [munition waggon.
fureron ^
baggage-waggon ; am-
furka^, small cart-load.
furman

coachman, driver, hack-
ney-coachman,
.ic
^^ to serve
as a coachman; drive a coach,
^ka^,
hackney-coach.
funnansl!ki
'J'
carrier's/, cart . .
.
;
^ki
kon, cart-horse.
-^two
"
coachman's employment.
furya
*",
fury, rage;
ffig.J
fury,
furious woman,
-t,
vid. gzaleniec.
gMantemik 47
fQsy
pi., feces pi., sediment,
grounds pi.
faszer
"i
bungler,
.stwo
V
bung-
ling work, bungle.
fateral
"I
case, box, covering.
fatllerko ^
small fur-coat,
-.ro 7
fur, pelt; fur-coat.
rzany
f
fator
"?
farm. [furred.
fntrowac
""^
to inlay with wood.
fuzylla, *jka
^
gun, fowling-piece.
a.
gabczastlloic
', sponginess, fun-
gosity. .y ^
spongy.
gabinellcik
"l? small cabinet.
*.t
^
cabinet; closet, study,
-^towy ?
cabinet; rozkaz
-towy,
Order
gabka
^, sponge. [in Council
gallc
<",
fascine; fa8cine-work.-*cic^?
to fascine.
gach

ladies' man.
gacie
pl.j drawers pi.
gad^
reptile.
gadallc
""f
to talk; fna kogoj re-
buke, reproach,
cz ^
swaggerer.
-nie ^
talk,
-.nina
^, idle talk.
gadatliwilosc
^, talkativeness, lo-
quacity,
y f
loquacious, tal-
kative, garulous. [port, news.
gadka *i
talk ; riddle, enigma ; re-
gadn, gadu,
tittle-tattle,
ja'^
-'Iska*',
prattler, tattler, chatte-
rer.
*.lstwa ^
prattle, tattle.
gadziel
<i
(hot.J
bugle.
gadzina <;
(zoj reptile ; adder,
asp;
(fig
J reptile (person).
gagat
""y
(min.J jet.
gagatek
'^
favourite, darling.
gallic
^'?^
(las) to thin; cover with
leaves,
--k ^
little grove.
gai
'^ grove,
owy
"^
wood-kee-
per,
-.owy
f
forest .
.
.
gala*",
pomp, festivity.
galant
'^ gallant,
-.erya
*",
gal-
lantry.
*.emik
"
jeweller; toy-
man, dealer In fancy-goods.
^8 .galar
galar'J
galley,
galarepa*",
cole-rape,
galaretila^,
jelly,
-.owy
?
jellied,
galas
"^
oak-apple, gallnut. *.6-
wka^, (zo.J gall-fly, gall-insect.
gatijz
^, bough, branch, twig.
*'azka^,
twig, sprig, branchlet.
galban
"^ galbanum. [slave,
galerli'a'i
galley,
*nik
J
galley-
galerllya
''',
(arch. & te.J gallery
;
-wya obrazdw, picture-gallery.
-'yjka*",
small gallery,
gaiezisty
"
full of branches,
branchy,
gaigan '^
rag; tatter ; ragamuffin,
wretch; ^6o.y galanga
^-ek^
rag.
-^iarka
^, rag-woman,
--iarz
"^
ragman, ragpicker,
gatgaiisljki
"
ragged; wretched,
wicked, worthless,
-two
"
ragsjpL,
tatters pi.
; (fig
J ragamuffins pi.
gatka
^, ball, globule
;
(a szpadyj
pommel; (do wotowaniaj ballot;
^ muszkatowa, nutmeg,
galman
"i
(min.J calamin, calamine,
galon
"^ galoon, lace.
galop
i;
gallop.
*vada ^, (taniec)
gallopad.
-.owac
'^V'
to gallop,
galowy
"
festival, dress . .
.
galncha \
(hot ) arnot, earthnut.
gaiuszyc ^f
to roar, make a noise,
gamon
"^ numskull, dunce..
ganek
"^ balcony; passage, corri-
gangrena ^,
(me'dj gangrene, [dor.
ganillc
^? to blame,
-ciel
"^ cen-
surer, fault-finder,
gap'
^
gaper, starer.
gapific
sif'^r
to gape, stare,
-ec^^
to stare, gape ; become silly.
*.o-
watosc
U
silliness.
*owaty
"
silly.
garb
'J
hump, humpback,
-a-
ciec
'^V'
to grow humpbacked.
-^acizna^,
crookedness.
*.aty
"
humpbacked, hunchbacked,
garballrczyk
"^ tanner's journey-
man.
*.rnia,
tan-yard, tannery.
*rski?
tanner's; ~ ~ noi, tanner's
scraping-knife.
*.rstwo \
tanner's
trade.
*rz "J
tanner.
gasnieme
garble si
"^r
to stoop, bend.
'
garbnik'; tannin
garbowallc
'^f
to tan
;
(fig.) *,c
komu skorf, to beat one soundly,
-nie ^
tanning.
garbusj'^ek'^ hunchbacked fellow.
garderoblia
^, wardrobe ; clothesi?!.
''-iana
^, waiting-woman, lady's
maid.
gardiacz
'V
(om
j cropper.
gardlo ^
throat;
(fig.j
life; I6l
gardta, sore throat ; na caie -w,
with full throat.
*.wy
"
throaty,
guttural; sprawa
-wa,
hanging
matter.
*.wac
^f
to bawl, voci-
ferate.
gardzllenie,
vid.pogarda.
-ic^'i^to
despise, contemn, scorn.
*iciel
"
despiser, scorner.
gardziel ^, (anat.j oesophagus;
gullet; (u ptdkowj crop.
garkowiec
"^ top-stone.
garkuclinia
^, cook-shop.
gamac
sif '^X
to draw near
;
(do
czegoj to set about, take in hand.
garnllcarski?
potter's,
-.carstwo
"
pottery, potter's trade,
-carz 1J
potter.
.c6wka
^,
-iec
"i
gallon,
^ek"^
pot.
---eczek

pipkin.
gamirowajlc
'^^
to garnish, trim,
^-nie ^
garnishing, trimming.^
garnitur
'^ set, suit.
garnizon
"^ garrison.
garnuszek
"^ pipkin.
garllsc^,
handful; small quantity;
^sciami, by handfuls.
-stka
^,
(figj
handful.
garuga^,
(mar.) side-wind.
gasillc
^^ to put out, extinguish;
(pragnieniej to quench
ciel
'^
extinguisher.
*dlo \
utensil for
extinguishing fire.
gaslliatko
"J
gosling,
-ienica
*".
caterpillar, worm -wior",'
gander;
large big-bellied bottle, gutter-
tile.
-*ka^,
gosling; the game of
goose;
(fig.)
simpleton.
gasnac
^^,^
to be going out
,
(fig.
/
to be eclipsed.
gasnienie^
extinction ; expiration.
gaszcz
gaszcz ^
thicket.
gaszek

young ladies^ man.
gatM
pi; drawers pi.
gatunllek
"^ kind, species, sort,
quality.
*.kowac
"^ to sort.
wkowanie ^
sorting,
-.kowy
"
("fiz.J
specific; fgramj appellative,
generic,
gawejida
^, cozy chat
;
("bot.J China
aster.
-*da
%' chatterer, tattler.
-dka^, cozy chat.
-dzic
"^^^
tio
chat, tattle.
gawiedz^,
gaping crowd,
gawot
'"
gavot.
gawron
^
gaper, starer.
-ic sie
^f
to gape, stare.
gaz
"^ gas ; -. roziocselujacy, laugh-
gaza^i
gauze.
*
Jgas.
gaza^,
pay, salary;
gazeciajirski newspaper . .
*rstwo"
journalism,
^rz'?
jour-
nalist, reporter; news-monger.
gazeta^, gazette.
gazollmetr
"^ gas-holder, gaso-
meter,
^wy
"
gauzy; gaf^eous;
gas..
gbnr"^ boor, churl, clown
;
peasant,
-^ski
"
peasant's,
^-stwo
"
pea-
santry.
gburowallciec
""?
to get countri-
fied.^
**tO
"5^ boorishly, churlishly.
-tOSC
^y boorish behaviour, chur-
lishness, coarseness,
-wty " boor-
ish, chui-lish, cloddLsh.
^dakaiic
^',*
to cackle,
-vnie
"J
cackling.
gdera
"IJ
^ ^, grumbler,
--c
^?
to
rebuke, grumble, growl.
*,cz
"^
growler, grumbler,
.nie
"J
growl,
grumble.
gdula^, /^srrtwzfca; pounder;
(T>ot.J
cyclamen, sow-bread.
gdy?
when, as.
*.by
f
if; -vby
nie to, were it not for.
gdyrac,
vid. gdcrac.
gdyz
f
for, beause, since.
gdzie
'^p where ; ^ niegdzie, here
and there; ^ indziej, somewhere
else, elsewhere; / tylko, every-
where; ~ tarn! ~ zaJl ohI no I by
Czesc
pcUko-angielsTca.
giestykulator 49
no means!
*.kolwiek
<*? where-
soever, any where. . "^? some-
where,
.stu
^? hereabout,
.z
<^?
where, whither.
geba^,
mouth; Y??Mlgr.^ neb; miec
gcbe, to have a loose tongue,
-^-'cz ^
large mouth, braggart.
gfbkoWatOSC,
vid. gahczastoS6.
gegaliC
*"?
to cackle.
-nie
"
cackling, cackle.
genealogliia
\
genealogy,
-.iczny
*?
genealogical.
general!!:'^
general.
-*lny
"general,
-^towa \
general's wife.
-IsM
^
general's.
genialllnosc
^, genius, ingenuity,
^-ny
'^ full of genius, ingenious.
geniusz
"'
genius.
*.ek
",'
infant
prodigy.
geograf
"^ geographer,
-^ia
^,
geography,
-.iczny^
geographical.
geolog
"^ geologist.
-,ia
",
geology.
geometrlla"!;
land-surveyor,
-.ya^i
geometry.
gells
^, Czo.J goose.
*si ?
goose . .
.
;
pioro
*.sie
(do pisayiiaj, goose-
quill; isc
'^siegOjto
walk in single
file.
gescillc
""f
to thicken,
ec ^
vid.
go.snac.
*.e]
**? comp. od gesty.
gesi^ vid. ges.
-ca^, Corn.J spoon-
gesl
^, a kind of zithern. [bill-
gesllnac, --tnac, -^tniec ,
to
thicken, grow" thick
gestllo
**? thickly, closely; czesio
^0,
oftentimes.
*.0SC
^, thickness,
closeness, density,
^wa, 'Wina
^,
thicket, jungle,
-^y ^
thick, close.
giac
^^ to bend, bow. [fro.
gibac'^^to
balance, bend to and
gibklli
"
pliable, flexible, pliant.
-.0 **? pliably.
.osc ^, pliancy,
flexibility. [cychj, vid. ge . . .
gie , ,, fw
niektorych wyrazach ob-
giellida
^ exchange, (londynikaj
'Change; guild.-dowy,*d2iauy?
exchange...
giermek ^
shield-bearer,
giest
"y gesture,
-.ykulacya
f.
geaticulation.
ykiilator
'y
gesti-
50 giestykulowa6
cuiator.
-wykulowac
*^^
to gesti-
culate.
gi^tkjii
?
pliant, flexible, supple,
osc
^, pliancy, flexiblcness.
giez
'^ (pi-
gzy)
gadllv, breeze;
rut; rankness; gzij stroic. to
dally, romp.
gil
^,
CornJ
bulfiach, redfinch.
gilbas
"^ big fellow.
gilotynlia^,
guillotine,
-.owac^^
to guillotine, behead.
gimnastyllcznyf
gymnastic,
-.k'^
gymnast.
~ka^,
gymnastics.^
,
gimnazylialny
^
gymnasical.
~a-
sta
"^ public school boy.
*.um
^
fw AngliiJ public school; gym-
nasium.
ginac
^? to perish.
gips
"^ gypsum, plaster of Paris.
-owac
"f
to plaster.
~owanie "J
plastering.
-*.owy
"
made of
plaster, piaster . . .
girafa^,
(zo.) giraffe.
girlanda^,
garland, wreath.
gisernia
^, cast-house, foundery.
gitalira
*i
guitar,
-.rzysta
"^ guitar-
player.
gtab"^
stump, stalk (of a cabbage).
glab'^,
depth, deepness; back-
ground; (krajuj innermost part;
z gipbi serca, from the bottom
of the heart.
gtabillasty
f
stalky, stumpy.
-^-ec
^V'
to grow stumpy, stalky.
gtadklli ^
even, smooth; hand-
some, fine; CniowaJ glib; (mate-
ryaj plain;
ffig.J
easy,
^o
<^?
smoothly; handsomely; plainly,
roundly.
*.OSC
*",
evenness, smooth-
ness; glibness; fineness beauty.
gia!Idysz 1
masher, spark,
-.dy-
szka^, -'dzidio "J
paper-kniie.
dzic
'"^'
to even, smooth ; adorn,
garnish;
CfigJ
to refine; (winp
to make good.
glanllc, *s
"^ lustre, gloss,
-.so-
wac
^f
to polish, gloss,
-co-
wany, -sowany
"
glittering;
^sotcane rfkawiczki, kid -gloves;
^6tnG ^8owa7ie, buckram..
m'SO-
glowa
wnik"^
polisher
-sowny^
glossy,
brilliant, bright.
glaskallc
'^^
to stroke;
^figj
to
fondle, caress,
-^-nie ^
stroking;
('figj
caress.
glaz
"^
stone, rock;
CfgJ
stone.
glazura^, potter's glazing.
gleba^,
clod, land.
glebiila, ^na^,
deep, depth.
giebiej
'^^ comp. od gleboko.
gleboklii^
deep, profound.
*o
"?
deeply, profoundly.
*.osc^,
deep-
ness, profoundness.
glejt
"'
safe -conduct, letter o
safe- conduct.
gliceryna^,
glycerin(e). -
glinl.'a^,
clay, loam. -*.iany?made
of clay, earthen,
^-iasty
*?
clayey,,
loamy.
glinklla
^, bole, stamped bolary
earth.
*,i
pi., loam-].it.
glista*",
earth-worm, belly-worm.
glob
"^ (terrestrial) globe.
gi(5d
'5
hunger; faminej umierac
z
-.u,
to starve,
glodek
"^ l^hotj ytHow daisy.
giodnlliec^"
to hunger, be hungry.
-.0
<^'-^
-0 uujglndac, to look
hungry,
^y
f
hungry.
giodzic
'^'^
to farjii<h. [haw.
giog
",'
hawthorn ; hawthorn berry,
giogowy ^
hawthorn . .
.
gios
"^ voice, sound; vote, suf-
frage; zahrac *, to rise up to
speak,
-..ic
^f
to proclaim, an-
nounce,
-..ka^,
letter, character.
gtosnilia
^, glottis.
*.o
^^ aloud,
loudly; publicly.
*.osc
^, loud-
ness; renown, celebrity. *.y
*
loud; famous, celebrated.
glosowllac
'^^
to vote, ballot.
~anie
'",
balloting, --y ^
vocal.
glosujacy "IJ
balloter.
giowlla"^,
head;
C
fig
J
chiei; od
stop do gtdw, from top to toe,
cap-a-pie;
~a
cw7cru, loaf of su-
gar; tgt
<*.y,
occiput;
*.a
kapustt/t
cabbage;
-.a
ottvarta. clever
man; z odkryta
-a,
bareheaded;
w
^-e
zachodzic^ to be puzzled
giowacz
extremely; tamac sobie
.,
to
rack one's brains; zawrocid *.e,
to turn the mind; w -vie
ii sip me
dice pomiescic, it surpasses my
comprehension; przyszlo mi do
ry, it came to my mind. *yjpi.,
bed -head,
-^acz
'^ big-headed
man; fimble-hemp; ^zoJ miller's
thumb,
-i ^
head . . . -^iasty
"
big-headed; knobby,
-^ica^i
fu
szpadyj pommel. -I'ieilka^i
vid.
gtdwnia.
giowizna
^, head of a Jiog.
giowka
*i
little head;
fu ipilliij
pinhead; ~ maku^ poppy-head.
gibwnia \
firebrand; (u szahli etcj
blade; (arch.J shaft.
gt6wnl|odowodzacy
"
town-ma-
jor; comander in chief.
*.y
f
chief, main, principal.
gtuchnac
^"f
to grow deaf.
gtucho''^i>
deafJy; quite still,
niemy
"
deaf and dumb,
-vta
^,
deafness.
~
gtucliy ^
deaf; hollow; giuche
milczenie, gloomy silence; giuche
wiesci krqia, it is whispered about.
glukanie
"
(w brzuchuj grumble.
glupiiawosc, -'Owatosc^, sottish-
ness, silliness,
-awy, --owaty
?
sottish, doting, foolish
gttipi ^
stupid, dull; stupified.
ec'^blockhead, dunce, ninny, ass.
*ec
^^ to become stupid, ^.q
ap
stupidly,
.uchny ^
foolish,
gtupka^t
stupid woman,
gtup; stwo 7
stupidity, nonsense;
trash, no matter.
*tas
"^
noodle,
dunce
gluszec
"^
(otn.) mountain-cock,
ginszyc
^"^
to deafen, stun
; ff.g.J
hinder from growth, choke up.
gmach ^
edifice, structure,
gmatwallc''^
to embroil, confound
goclnos6 51
perplex.
'nina \
confusion,
mingle-mangle, intricacy,
gmerac
^?"
to fumble, rummage;
(fig.
J ~ nad czem, to cudgel one's
brains about something.
gmiu ^
common people; popu-
lace, mob.
-.a
^, community;
village,
-nie
"*^
trivially,
-nosc
\
vulgarity, rusticity,
.ny
f
com-*
munal; vulgar, mean, low.
gnac
^^ to run, pursue, drive,
gnat

bone. [quickly.
gnebic
^"
ffig.J
to oppress, [bay.
gmadllosz, *y "IJ
bay-horse.
*.y
f
gniazdli'eczko 7
little nest,
-o
"?
nest; lineage, family; native
country; z jednego
*.a,
at one
brood, -vowiec, -^osz
^, (orn.)
eyas,
-owy ^
nest .
.
gnillc
*"?
to rot, moulder, putrefy.
*cie
"
putrefaction, putridness.
gnidila*",
nit.
-osz

('feof.^ louse-
wort.
gmesc
to press , squeeze
;
(ciastoj to knead;
(fig.
J to op-
press; ten trzewik mnie gniecie,
this shoe pinches me
gniew'^
anger, wrath, indignation.
*ac
^?'
to make angry.
*.ac
sif
(na kogoj, to be angry (with one),
liwy
"
irascible, irritable.
*.li-
WOSC
^, irascibility, inclination
to auger.
*.ny
?
passionate, irri-
tated
;
angry.
__
gniezdzic si
'^f
to build nests,
nestle;
(fig.J
to settle.
gnilec
'^ scurvy.
gnoic^?
to dung, manure.
si
"^T
to suppurate.
gii6j
"^
dung, manure, muck.
gnojliek'^
nasty person.
.nicaT^,
plash, bog;
^6oO
nostoc.
.nik'^
(bot.J egg- agaric,
--ny ^
dungy.
-dwka
*; dung-water,
-owisko
"i
dunghill.
gnusnilie, *o
<*? lazily, idly.
*iec
^
to grow slothful, lounge, be idle.
-^ik
'^
sluggard, lounger.
*.0SC^,
idleness, sloth, laziness. m.j
f
slothful, idle, lazy.
gnyp
"^
shoemaker's knife.
go
^^ accus. od on.
godio 1
symbol ; metto ; badge,
token,
godnllie**?
worthily.
'OSC
^, worthi-
ness; high rank; dignity; jaJ:
4'
j&n godny
-"Osc
PansTca? what is your name?
jvlease.
-^y ^
worthy, deserving;
honourable, respectable.
godowHac
'^V'
to feast,
.nik.'^
fcaster. m.y
f
festive.
gody
pi., feast, entertainment;
, weselne, marriage-feast.
godzic
'^"?
to make agree, recon-
cile
;
hire
;,
~ na zycie, to attempt
a man's life; ~ 5?e do czego, to
be good for, be fit for a thing;
., .sip na CO, to agree on a thing
;
^ sie z. fciwi, to come to an agree-
ment with one
;
fniej godzi sip, it is
(un)becoming, it is tn)seemly.
gcdzinlla
^, hour
;
pot
^f;
half an
hour; ktora
-^a?
what time is
it? jest druga i*.a, it is two
o'clock; za
*.,
within an hour,
in an hour's time ; co m,^^ hourly,
-ki
pi', horary prayers. viiy
?
hourly.
godziwllie
<*^ permissively, ad-
missibly.
'OSC \
becomingness,
admissibility.
*.y
f
equitable, ad-
missible.
gollic^^to
heal, <vjenie ^
healing.
goiallb'
"? ^pigeon, dove; siwy jak
*.!>%
quite gray-haired,
.hek
"!?
little dove.
.bka, goibica
^,
hen-pigeon.
[barber.
golallrnia^,
barber's shop.,
-rz';
gotfblli
f
dove's,
-.ica
^, hen-
pigeon,
-.iczy ^ ''icza
prostata,
harmlessness of doves,
^jiik
'J
dovecot, pigeon- house;
(om.J
goshawk, pigeon-hawk.
golec
*? naked man; poor devil,
poor wretch.
golelln
', shin,
-^niowy
*
TcoiS
<^niowa,
shin-bone.
golillbroda"!?
shaver, barber,
-.c^f
to shave;
(fig.
J to fleece, bleed
one; dac sip
-*c,
to get shaved,
-zna^,
nakedness; poverty, mi-
sery.
g61ka ', naked posteriors
;
fmuz.J
sendbreve. [swallow.
golnac
'*^f
to give a blow; quaff,
goJQ
p nakedly.
ledz^
glazed
goretszy
frost,
.slowny
f
verb?.!,
literal,
"was
'^
beardless youth.
goluchny
f
stark-naked.
golyf
naked, bare; poor; z gota
gtowa, bare-headed; pod golem
niebem, in the open air; - jak
iwiety iurecTci, poor as Job.
^sz,
vid. hotysz.
gom6ika^, whey-cheese.
gonciallny
f
shingle
. .
^^rz
^
shingle-maker.
gonczy
^
pursuing; listy goiicze^
warrant of caption
;
pies
^,
hun-
ting dog,* hound.
goni'rlc
'^f^
to run after, pursue,
chase; -.6 ostatkami, to be at
the utmost extremity.
*,eC
"^
courier, forerunner,
-enie?
pur-
suing,
ony
"^ prisoner's bars,
catch-who-catch-can.
-^tewny
race . . . ^.twa
^, race, course.
gont
1J
shingle.
gora fi mountain ; upper floor ; top
;
ku gorze, na garze, tu gdrze, up,
upwards, on high, above;" pod
gorp, up hill ; do gory nogavii, up-
side down; z gory ptacic, to pay
beforehand; z gory wiedziec, tc
know by anticipation; z gdra.
(z oklademj, upwards; gdrp (nad
kimj wziac, to get the upper hand.
goracllo ^
heat. -.0 <*? hotly;
eagerly; jest
^.o
na dworze^ it is
hot weather; -.0 mi, I am hot;
.0 Tcapany, hot-brained.
OSC^,
heat;*
Cfig.J
zeal, eagerness,
.y
f
hot; ardent, eager; na
.ym
uczynkUy in the" very act.
goraczk!!a
*i
fever, ague ; spitfire,
hotspur;
-.a
mleczna, milk fever.
--Owy ^
febrile, feverish ftez
fig.
J.
g6ral ^ 'ka
^, mountaineer, high-
lander, 'wski
f
mountainer's.
gorczyllca^i
mustard,
-cznlk
*?
fbotj hedge-mustard,
-czny
f
mustard . .
.
gorellc
^f
to burn, flame,
-jacy
?
burning, fiery, fervent.
gorellcej,
comp. od gor^co.
^-tszy
?
covip. od gorg4^.
gorka
gdrka'',
hill, monticle.
gorliwii'osc
*",
zeal, ardour,
-y
^
zealous, ardent.
gdmica^,
round (of beef etc.).
gorniilctwo
"
science of mining;
mining,
-^czy
? relating to the
working of mines, mining.
-*k
"^
miner.
g6rnl|0, 'ie
<*^ sublimely; haugh-
tily, proudly.
-OSC
^, loftiness,
sublimity.
*,y ^
upper, upland;
lofty, elevated, sublime.
g6rowai|C '^V'
to overlook, com-
mand, predominate; fnad kimj
to have an ascendency over,
-nie
"
elevation;
CfigJ
upper-
hand, superiority.
gors'y bosom; frill.
*.et "^
bodice,
stays pi.
-.owac sie
""C
to be de-
collete.
gorszilacy
"
scandalizing, giving
offence.
-*.y ^
worse ; co
gorsza,
what is worse.
*.yc
^^ to raise
a scandal, set a bad example.
'*yc si
^r
Cczem) to be scanda-
lised at a thing.
gorycz ^, bitterness.
,ka^,
(hot.)
geutian,bitter-wort ; bitterishness.
'iiik, gorysz

(hot.j hog-fennel.
gorzaika^, brandy, wisky.
gorzec
'^f
to flame, burn
;"
CflgJ
to
be inflames, be inflamed with...
gorzej ^p worse; co raz
~,
worse
and worse.
gorzelni.ia ^, distillery.
*.ik,
-^y"^
distiller.
gorzkiiawy ?
somewhat bitter,
bitterish,
-i
f
bitter.
nac
^^
to become bitter.
-*o
^^ bitterly.
-OSC
*",
bitterness.
gorzykwiat
^
(hot.) adonis.
g6rzyst,'0 "? wygladac
*o,
to look
hilly,
.y ^
mountainous, hilly.
goslic
"?
guest, visitor;
-cie
pl.^
company of guests,
-cic
^?
to
reside somewhere as a guest.
''Cina
^, harbourage, shelter ; inn
;
visit; stanac
.cina,
to put up
at. .
. ^ciniec"
inn,'"public house;
high-road, high-way.
cinnosc
^,
grabarz 53
hospitality,
-^cinny "hospitable;
pokdj
-.cinny, guest-chamber.
gospoda
^, inn, public house, hotel.
gospodarli'czy ^
economic; hus-
bandry...
., of rural economy,
-nie
<^p economically, sparingly,
^nosc *i
thriftiness, good hus
bandry.
-^ny
?
thrifty, sparing,
economic,
-^owac
"\^
to keep
house; husband; (czetnj to ma-
nage, administer,
.owanie 7
(majatkiemj management (of an
estate).
*.ski " house-keeping;
householder's,
-.stwo "J
house-
keeping, husbandry; rural eco-
nomy; master of the house and
his wife.
gospodarz
"^
landlord; inn-kee-
per, house-keeper; master of the
house; husbandman. *yc^^vi<Z.
gospodaroiuac.
gospodne
"^ pay for lodging.
gospolldyni
^, hostess, landlady;
housewife; lady of the house.
*'Sia*",
(good) housewife.
gotdwf
ready, prepared; willing;
gotowe pieniadze, ready money
gotowac
^'?
'to cook, boil
;
get or
make ready, to prepare. '
sig
^T
to be impending; get ready.
gotowalnia
^, toilette, dressing-
table.
-*ny ^
dressing . . .
gotowiutenki
^
quite ready.
gotiowizna, '*6wka*i
ready mo-
ney, cash
;
gotowka ptacic, to pay
down.
''
[gotoiu.
gotowllosc
^, readiness,
^.y
f
vid
gotycki
^^ Gothic.
gowniiiarz
"^
dung-farmer; filth
j
man,
-..o "J
excrement, mire.
g(3zdz
"^
vid. gwozdz.
gozdzik
'^
(hot.J clove-pink, gilly-
flower.
*owy olejek,
oil of cloves.
gra*",
play; game; ^ w karty etc.,
game at cards;' ~ hazardowna^
game of hazard; ^ xzulerska,
gaming, gambling.
grab
'^ yoke-elm, horn-beam.
grabailrski ^
digger's.
*rz
"
digger,
grave-digger.
54 anrabifi
grabillc V?
to rake, gather ; seize,
plunder,
-.e
pi-, rake,
-ez
^,
seizure, rapine, pillage,
-wezca
'^
. plunderer, purl&iner.
*.eznosc
^,
rapaciousness.
-.ezny
f
rapacious,
-xezyc
'"V'
to rape.
grabiec
^^ to getpumbed, stiflfen.
grabina
^, yoke-elm-wood.
grabi'ki
pi., forks pi.
*,isko
'J
handle of a rake.
grac, grywac
'^'',^
to play; game;
*, na fortepianie, to play the piano-
forte; ~ w kartyy to play at cards;
. role, to act or perform a part;
^natrabie, to blow the trumpet;
, o CO,' to play for. .
.
graca^,
hoe, mattock; ~ mularska,
beater.
graciki
pi., knicknacks pi.
grackiii f
brave, stout, valiant;
clever, .-o
^} bravely; cleverly.
gracowac
^^ to work with a hoe,
gracya*^
grace, charm. [to hoe.
gracz",'
player, gamester; gambler.
grad ^
hail, hailstone,
-wobicie
"
damage caused by hail ; zabezpic-
czenie. od
~obicia,
hail-insurance.
'Owisko
"
field waisted by hail,
.owy
"
haily.
^uat
'^ gradual.
grafka^,
slate-pencil.
grajcar
"^
wad-hook, worm ; cork-
screw; kreuzer.
*.ek^
corkscrew.
grajek
'^ yiolin-player, fiddler.
gramatka^,
ale-berry.
gramatylcznosc
^, grammatical-
ness.
^czny"
grammatical,
-^-k"^
grammarian.
*.ka*",
grammar.
gramolic sie
"^^f
to clamber,
scramble, climb.
gran
^, grain.
granaf^
^wm,^ garnet;
Cmil.J gre-
nade, shell; fbot.J pomegranate,
ek
^
fbot.J horrainum.
^.nik^,"
howitzer, mortar (piece),
.owo
'^^
dark-blue,
-owy
f
dark-blue;
kolor
~owy,
navy blue.
graniastlloslup
^, prism,
.y
f
cornered, angular.
granillca^,
boundary line, line of
demarcation; border, bound, li-
grom
mit; za
-ca,
abroad;
udaS sie ta
-Cf,
to go abroad,
.^czenie
"J
contiguity.
-^czny
f'
frontier^
border. . . -czyc
'^^
(z czemj to
border upon-, be bounded by, be
contiguous to.
granie "J
playing
j^ambling.
granit '^ granite,
-owy
"
gra-
nitic,
[spread.
grasowac^^ (o chorohachj to rage,
graty pi, himber, old household
furniture; old stuff. [nity.
gratka ^, tip
;
profitable opportu-
graz
mud, dirt; sediment, grounds.
grdac
^? to warble.
grdyka ^, (anat.J Adam's apple.
greczyzna*; Greek language.
grenadyer
"^ grenadier.
*.ski
?
grenadier's, of grenadiers.
grenadyna ^, fmateryaj grenadin.
grepllla^,
card,
-varnia^, carding-
munufactory.
*.arz
'^
carder.
--OWac^f
to card, comb (wool),
--owanie
"
carding.
grezlly
pL, od graz.
-.nac,
vid,
grzeznac.
grob
'^^
grave, tomb, fcrophore.
grobarz
'^,
(zo.) sexton-beetle, ne-
grobllelny ^
dike . . . -^elny
^,
dike-grave.
*.la
^, dam, dike, bank.
grobowiiiec
",'
tomb-stone, tomb,
-y ^
sepulchral; of the, grave;
^-ym
gloseniy with sepulchral
voice; do
*.ej
de.ski, to the last
breath.
groch

pea {pi. pease, peas);
~ cukrowy, sugarpea;
CfigJ
~ z
kapusta, confusedly, pell-mell;
zwj?a2^Ti, pea-soup,
.owiny;:'^.,
pease-straw.
<*owisko "J
pease-
field, pease
-
stubble, -^dwka
^,
pea-soup.
.owy
"
of pease.
gr(3d
"^ town ; castle, citadel.
grodowy
f
of a castle.
gr6dz
\
hedging, fence.
grodzllic
""^
to fence, enclose.
.ki
"
of the castle.
grom'^'
thunderbolt, thunder; jak
gromem razony, thunder -stVuck
gromada
gromali'da
^, crowd, throng, flock,
flight; class, tribe; village, con-
gregation,
-.dn;^
f
gregarious,
numerous.
*d.zic
""?
to gather,
assemble; lay up.
*.dzki
"
of a
commune ; -dzkie
pastwiska, the
commons. [prove.
gromic
""^
to smite, rebuke, re-
gromniilca
^, wax-candle.
*czny"
Swieto Fanny Maryi
-^.CZliej,
Cand-
lemas-day.
^romowy
"
thunder .
.-.
gronlisty
f
grape.
*ko ^
little
cluster,
-o
"
bunch, cluster;
company, circle.
^
gronostaj "IJ fzo.J
ermine,
-.e
pi.,
(futroj ermine.
<*.owy ^
of ermine.
grosz
'"I
third of a penny ; money,
cash,
-.ak
'^
''dwka
^, third of a
groszek
"^ green peas. [penny.
grot"^
spear's head; dart, javelin.
grota
^, grotto.
groza
^, awe, terror, dread; se-
verity, rigour.,
grolizba^,
threat, menace, -vzic'^?
to threaten, menace.
grozniiie, ''O
"? menacingly; seve-
rely.
*.osc*",
formidableness,dread-
fulness.
^y ^
threatening, men-
acing; severe.
grubiailn, *'nin'^
rude fellow, lout.
'Ilka
^, rude woman, -riiski
f
rude, brutal, scurrilous,
-nstwo
"J
rudeness, brutality, rusticity.
grubiliec
^l''
to grow big.
-o
"p
bigly
;
<*'0
52?
wr/Zic, to mistake
grossly,
-wodzidb"^
(^orn.; cherry-
finch.
-%.0SC*^
bigness, bulkiness
;
coarseness, thickness.
*.sz,
z
-a
ohrobiCf to rough-hew.
<*.SZ0SC^,
greater thickness.
-.^y ^
big,
bulky; coarse, thick;
("fig.J
gross.
gruchllac
^? to coo.
~acz
"^
drum-
pigeon,
-^anie
^,
coo.
.awka
^,
turtle-dove.
*'nac
"^"^
Cna zie-
mie.j to fall down'; strike; loiesc
nela po miesde, there goes a
report abroad.
gruchot
'"i
rattling,
^ac
^?? to
rattle; dash to pieces, crusU.
gryzc sig 55
gruczoi
"i
gland,
-ek
"
glandule.
*'kowaty
^* glandulous, glandular,
grudlla
^, lump of earth, clod;
czyta jak po grudaie, he stumbles
in reading,
.ka
^, small clod,
clot. [cemberly.
grudniowy ^
of December, De-
Grudzien
'"
December.
grundwaga^,
plummet-level.
grunt
"^
ground, bottom; ground,
soil,
/^a
pi; lands pi.; w gruncie
rzeczy, at the bottom, in the main
j
z
>*>XL,
thourouglily
gruntowllac
"^f
O'^ekeJ to fathom;
ground, rest upon a principle;
lay the colour;
-,ac
sie na czem,
to rest upon, rely upon.
*.anie
"J
fmal.J grounding,
e "J
ground-
rent,
^nie
^'^ thoroughly,
-nosc
^,
solidity, profoundness.
.*.ny
"
wellgrounded; solid, fundamen-
tal.
*y
*? podatek
.y,
land-tax,
ground-rent.
grupifa <; group.
'Owac
^^ to
group.
grusz!|a^,
pear-tree,
-^czany^'^ko-
wy
"
pear . . . .ka ^, pear
;
pear-
tree; gniszki na ivierzhie, castles
in the air.
-'kowaty
^
pear-
shaped.
gruz ^
rubbish , rubble.
*.y
pl^
ruins pi.
-el ^
clod, clot, lump,
-towaciec
""l^
to clot,
-^iowa-
ty ^
clotted, grumous.
gruzlica
^, tubercular consumption.
gryczanlika
^, buckwheat - straw,
-wy
^
of buckwheat.
gryf

gritlin; finger-board.
gryka^,
buckwheat.
grymalls
"^ grimace, wryface; ca
price, whim,
-sic
^T 'Sy
stroic,
to mow. *'Snica^,
whimsical wo-
man.
'Snik
",'
whimsical fellow,
--sny ^
whimsical, freakish.
grj'^psnac
^"
to filch, pilfer.
gryszpan "IJ
verdigris.
gryz
'^ meal-groats.
gryllzacy
"
caustic, cutting; pun-
gent.*"
-zc
^?? to gnaw; corrode,
bite
J CfigJ
rankle,
-zc si?
^f CfioJ
56 gryzmoJa
to fret inwardly, be tormented;
-ZC
s/e z /cm, to wrangle.
gryzmollta
"^ scrawler, scribbler.
-^lenie ^
scribbling, scrawling.
-'lie
^ "
to scrawl, scribble. ^iypL,
scrawl, scribble.
gryzowy ^
of meal-groats,
grzac
^f
to warm, heat. -*
sie
"^T
to go to beat, warm oneself.
*"
grzadka^,
small garden-bed; hen-
grz^dziel
^, plough-beam, [roost.
grzanka^,
roasted slice of bread
or of a roll, toast.
'SC
to
grza'Iski
"
quaggy,
stick in the mud.
grzbiet
"^ backbone, back; CgdrJ
ridge.
-*.owy
v"
spinal, dorsal.
grzeballc
''"
to scrape scratch the
ground; lay in the giuwnd, bury;
m, sie (w czeinj, to grabble,
/^jiie ^
burial, interment. [low.
grzebielucha ^, Com.J bank-swal-
grzebielln

("do wlosdw) comb;
crest (of a cock).
-*.iiiar8M ^
comb-
maker's.
-^niarStwo
"
comb-
maker's trade.
.niasty, -nisty
"
comb-shaped, pectinate,
-.niarz^
comb-maker. [ginal sin.
grzecll "?
s^in ; ^ pierworodny, ori-
grzechoika ^, fomjchimney-swal-
low, martin.
grzechotllac
^? to clatter, rattle,
^ka *i
rattle.
-nik
'y
Czo.J
rattle-
enake.
grzecznilis'^
complimenter.
*.osc
^,
politeness, civility, kindness; fa-
vour, service,
-y
^
polite, civil,
kind.
gTzeda
^, hen-roost; garden-bed.
grzesc,
vid. grzehac.
grzski, vid. grzaski.
grzeszek
"^ peccadillo.
grzesznilica
^,
-.ik"^
sinner,
--osc
^,
sinfulness, peccability.
*,y ^
sin-
ful, peccable.
grzeszyc
'^V'
to sin.
grzeznac
"^^
to stick in the mud.
grzzy
'pi. od graz.
grzmiliacy
"
thundering.
<iec
""V"
to thunder; grzmit it thunders.
guz
*'Ocic, 'Otnac
^? to strike hard,
thump;
*.otnac
o ziemip, to throw
down,
^ot '^
"thunder,
--otowyf
thunder
. .
.
grzyb
"^
mushroom, fungus;
CfigJ
stary
^, old fellow.
^'J
pi., fungi,
^ek
"^
omelet; small mushroom,
-'-ien ("botj nenuphar, water-lily.
-"OWaty
"
fungaceous.
-owy
^
fungous;
mushroom; sos
-owy,
catchup.
grzywiia
^, mane,
-iasty
f
maned
grzywacz
'^
ringdove, riugpigeon]
grzywna ^, fine, mulct, amerce-
ment
;
(moneta)- man-k.
gubernator'^governor, lieutenant-
governor.
*.owa ^, governor's wife/
-^-ski ^
of a governor,
-^stwo
7
dignity of a governor; governor
and his lady.
gubernia^, province ruled by a
governor.
*lny ^
of lieutenancy.
gubic
^f
to lose; ruin, spoil,
destroy; ~ sip w domystach, to bd
lost in conjectures.
gula^, knob, bump.
guma^, gum.
gumliienny
"^
keeper of a stack-
yard.
*,iiO
"
stackyard, barn.
gumlliguta ^, gamboge, -alasty-
czny
f
of India-rubber, --alasty-
ka
^\ India-rubber,
-.owac
^"
to
besmear with gum, to gum.
-o-
wyf
gummy, gummous, gummed
;
-owa
ivoda, gum-water.
gunia ^, (shagged) horse -clotli;
smock-frock.
guilsta pl-i
sorcery, witchcraft
-''Slarka^, sorceress, witch,
^slar-
ski ^
magic(al).
-.slarstwo 7
magic art.
-slarz
? sorcerer,
magician.
-slic
^? practise
witchcraft.
gust ^
taste ; relish, gusto, fancyo
-^ownosc ^, good taste, elegance,
-^owny
"
tasteful, elegant.
guwernllantka <i
governess,
.er*?
tutor,
-erka^,
tutorship; life of a
tutor,
-erowac
"^^
to be a tutor*
gns
"^
knob, bruise; large button.
guzdraS
guzdrallc sie
^f
to ^e loitering,
loll,
'-.ta, Iski
'^ loiterer, laggard.
gnzica^,
croup, bobtail.
guziiczek'^
small button;
<czek
od koszuli, shirt- button. ,!:
!!,'
button; small tumour,
--karskif
button-maker's.
*karz
^i
button-
maker.
guzowallciec
^^ to grow knobby,
-tosc
*",knobbiness.*ty^ knobby.
gwaicilenie ^
violation,
-ic
^?'
to
violate, break, infringe
; ffigj
de-
flour.
Mciel'^
violator, breaker,
infringer.
gwatt
"^ violence, outrage; rape,
defloration; gwattem nie, by no
means; gwaitem, by violence;
gwaltuf help] gwaitu! (co sie dzie-
je!J
good Heavens!
-.ownie "j'
violently; vehemently.
ownosc ,
violence; vehemence, impetuosi-
ty.
'Owny
"
violent; vehement,
impetuous.
gwar ^
hum, humming noise,
bustle
;
(ptaszat) chirping.
/*.ny
?
full of noise, noisy,
-zyc
^^^
to
prate, chatter.
grw^aranllcya U
warranty, guaranty,
towac
^^ to warrant, guarantee.
gwardliya
*vguard ; -^jd^przyboczna,
life-guard.
*yak,
vid. ^zista.
*yan
"^
superior of a monastery,
-zista
"^ guardsman.
gwallrny
"
noiseful ,|noisy.-.rzyc
^?
to be noisy
;
Co
ptakachj coo, trill.
gwazdac
^"
to scrawl.
gwiazlida
<;. star,
-.darstwo ^
astronomy
; astrology.
*.darz
'^
astrologer.
*.deczka *i
little star
;
(w drukuj asterisk.
.dka \ little
star
;
(u koniaj blaze, white star
;
Christmas-box.
-dllica
^, star-
wort.
*dolity^
starred,
dosz
(hot.) lion's foot, [star-shaped.
gwiazdzisty
"
starry, star-light;
gwint
"^
worm of a screw; turn,
worm.
<*owac
^f
tq form like
a screw, rifle,
-owany ^ rifled.
-dwka ^, rifle.
<owiiica %
screw-
tap.
halasliwy 5T
gwizd
*;
-anie
"
whistling,
-^ac
^^?
to whistle,
'acz
^i
whistler, fifer.
-awka^,
whistle, catcall. [to.
gwoli
^^'^
for the sake, according
gw6zdz
^7 iiail, stud,
gwozdziallmia
^, nailery.-.rstwo^
nailery; nailer's trade,
^-rz
'^
nailer, nail-smith,
gwozdzik
"^
( botj gillyflower, pink.
gzillc
sif
'^rto
spring about; romp,
dally,
^k'^ CzoJ oestrus; rutting-
gzygzak
"; zigzag. [time,
gzyms

cornice, moulding;

'6wka
^, cornice-tile.
ha!*
ha!
habit

monk's habit.
haczyk
"^
little hook, crotchet,
-owaty ?
resembling a hook;
hooked.
hafi|ciarka,<*'tarka
^, embroideress.
t
"^
embroidery.
-tarsM
?
embroidering ;
-^tarska
rohota^
embroidery,
-tarstwo
"
embroi-
dering,
-^towac
"^^
to embroi-
der,
-.towany ?
-embroidered.
haftka*",
clasp.
haja^, (zo.J shark.
hajda!*,
come! come up!
hajdamalicki^predaceous.-ctwo';
robbery; set of robbers.
-czyc'^**
to rob.
-'Czyzna
^, rapacity;
thievish vagabonds,
^-k, --ka
^
robber, high-wayman ; vagabond,
tramp.
hajdullcki, ^czy
f
pandoor's; pre-
datory, -.czek,
page, boy.
-.k"?
pandoor ; running footman.
haiie
*, come on
!
hak

hook,
--owaty ^
crooked,
hooked, hooky.
halabardlla
^, halberd.
*xiik
7
halberdier.
haiaburda^, brawler.
haia's
"\
noise, bustle, din; Tia-
robic
*su, to make a great fuss.
sliwosc
^. noisiness,
-sliwy.
lialasny 58
-sny
f
noisy.
rsnica^, noisy
woman,
-snik
"
noisy fellow.
^SOwac^
to make a noise.
<*so-
wanie "i
blustering,
-^stra
^, vid.
dialastra.
hamemilla
^,c forge, iron -mill,
hammermill.
.k
"^
hammerer.
iiamllowac ^'f
to stop, check;
refrain, restrain; Ckolo) to trig;
^owac sie, to keep one's temper,
quell one*s ardour,
-owanie "J
stopping, checking.
-valec
^
skid, trigger;
ffigj
curb, check,
restraint.
hanblla
^, infamy, ignominy, stain,
-iacy
f
infamous , degrading,
opprobrious,
-ic
^f'
to disgrace,
dishonour.
handllel
"^ trade, commerce, traf-
fic
; -^el
hurtowy, wholesale busi-
ness; -fc-el szczegoiowy, retail;
>>e\
protvadzic, to carry on a trade,
elek^
small trade, retail-trade;
chandlery,
^larski ^
mercer's,
trader's; commercial,
-larz
"^
dealer, tradesman, monger; -* ~
koni, horse-dealer, -vlowac
^V'
to
trade, traffic; ^loicac czem, to
deal in. -vlowanie
"J
trading,
dealing,
-^lowny
"
commercial,
trading,
-lowy
"
commercial,
mercantile; towarzystwo
^lowe,
trading
-
company.
--Injacy
"^
trafficker.
haniebnilosc
^, ignominiousness,
turpitude, --y
"
ignominious, in-
liaracz
"^ tribute. [famous.
harap, -nik
"^ hunting-whip. '
jharc'?
skirmish. *>eTZ,vid. ^ownik.
hermafrodyt
--owac
to skirmish: exercise
a horse,
-vownik
"^ skirmisher.
harlido
"^ insolently; haughtily.
'*'dosc*",
impudence; haughtiness,
arrogance,
-dy
^haughty, super-
cilious; impudent,
-dziec
^^*
to
become haughty, arrogant.
liarfa^,
harp. [pother.
harmider

bustle, hurly-burly,
harmonilla
^, harmony; fnaukaj
harmonics,
-.cznie"^?
harmonical-
ly-
-^Cznosc
^, harmonicicm.
"^-CZny
f
harmonic,
-.jnosc
^, har-
moniousness.
^-jny ^
liarmo-
nious.
C^nie
"
labouring.
harowallc
""f
to work hardly.
harpia^, harpy.
hart
"^
temper (of iron or steels
;
ffig.J
strength.
^owac
^^ to
temper (iron or steel) harden;
('fig.J
to brace, steel.
'*.ownosc
^,
hardness.
'Owny
"
tempered,
steeled.
hasallc
"^^
to dance, caper, spring
about,
^nie
"J
hopping, skip;
haslo
"J
watch-word. [dancing.
haubica*", howitzer.
haust ^
draught, dram (of drink).
hazard
'^
hazard, risk, venture.
''OWac
"^^
to risk, venture, stake.
-'Owac si
"^r
to run the risk,
venture,
-^ownie^^p
hazardously.
-^owny
f
hazardous, venturous.
heban
""i
ebony,
^^owy
f
ebony.
hebllel
^
(narz^dziej plane.
*.lo-
wac
^^ to plane, smooth with
a plane.
*.lowiny p^,
plane-
shavings, shavings of wood.
heca \
race-hunting; circus
hej
*
~
! hola ! heigh
!
hejnal ^
morning-song.
hejze
*, hey!
helikonki pi , Muses.
heim
"?
helmet.
,
hemoroidllalny ^
hemorrhoidal.
*.y^l., hemorrhoids pi., piles ^L
heraldyllcznie ^} heraldically.
czny
"
heraldic(al).
-,ka
^,
heraldry.
herb
"^
arms pi., coat of arms,
escutcheon.
*.arz
"^ armorial;
herbarium,
-wowny
"
arraoriaL
-^-owy
"
emblazoned, heraldic.
herbaliciany ?
tea . . . -ta
^, tea
;
tancujaca herbatka, tea-party and
dancing,
.tniczka^,
tea-caddy.
'*'tllik
"^
tea-drinker,
^tny,
vid.
herhaciany.
[-k
"^ heretJic.
heretyllcki
f
heretical, .czka^,
herezya^
heresy.
hermafrodyt ^
hermophrodite.
heroiczny
heroillczny
f
heroicCal).
-na
^,
heroine.
zm ^
heroism.
herold
"^
herald.
<*.zki?
herald's.
herszt ^
ringleader.
het
-? far otf.
hetka^",
nag, jade.
hetmalln ^
commander in chief,
hetraan.
~nic
^? to fill the of-
fice of a commander in chief,
command.
.nski ^
relating to
the commander in chief, het-
man's.
-nstwo
"J
the dignity of
the commander in chief, het-
manship. [jacinth.
hiacynt "IJ Cbot.J hyacinth
;
fmin.J
hierarchlla'^
hierarch.
-alnie
?
hierarchically,
^alny, ''iczny
"
hierarchic(al).
-ia*",
hierarchy.
hieroglif^
hieroglyph,
-.icznie*^?
hieroglyphically.
-.iczny ^
hiero-
glyphical. [hyperbolical.
hiperbol'la
^, hyperbole,
-iczny
"
llipochondrylla
*",
hypochondria,
spleen.
<*czny
f
hypochondriacal;
hipped.
*.k
"^
hypochondriac.
hipokryllta
'^
--tka
^, hypocrite,
dissembler,
-vzya^i hypocrisy.
hipotellczny
"
mortgaged, hypo-
thecary,
^ka*",
mortgage, pawn.
'kowac
'"f
to mortgage.
historylla
^, history ; story, tale.
'Cznie
<^p historically.
*.czny
^
historic(al).
^jka
^, story tale,
anecdote,
.k

historian.
ho! ho!
*, ho! ho!
hodowilac
^"
to breed, bring up
;
feed.
-anie \ --la
^, breeding,
rearing; ^anie hydta, cattle-
breeding.
hojnllosc^,
munificence, liberality,
-y
f
munificent, liberal, lavish.
hola
*
holla!
hoM
"^
homage; tribute
('fig
J.
-"Owac
'^V'
to do homage; em-
brace,
be subjected to.
.owanie
"
homage; submission
-ownictwo"
tribiitariness..owniczy,'*'Owny
"
tributary,
ownik ^
vassal, liege-
man, [carriage).
llotoblei>^,
thills
i>L,
shafts (of a
huk 1^9
holota
^, rabble, mob.
holowali'c
'"^
to haul, track, tove,
"llie
"
(statkoxvj haulioir.
hoiupiec
"^
a step in me Polish
dance mazour".
hotysz
'^ penniless fellO\7i
homagialna przysicga,
oath of
homar
"J
lobster.
'
[allegiance.
homilia^,
homily.
honor
'5
honour, reputation; ro
hie <^y doviu, to receive and en-
tertain the guests ; stowo
.u,
upon
my honour,
^-aryuin ^
honara-
riuni, remuneration,
^owo "p
houourably.
^owy?'
honourable;
spraiva
*.owa,
affair of honour.
hop! hop!
*, hop! jump!
horda*", horde.
hordynka^i Tartar sabre.
horodnillctwo "J
castellany.
-^czy^^
castellan, governor of a place.
horyzont
"'
horizon,
-alnie
**p
horizontally.
.alnOSC^,
horizon-
talness.
-^alny ^
horizontal.
hospodar
"?
hospodar.
-.ski
?
hostya
^, host. [hospodar's.
hozv ^
brisk, smart, lively.
hrabilla
"^
count, (angieUkiJ earl,
ailka
*",
daughter of a count,
countess..na*i countess.*.
ost"Wo7
count and his wife,
-.owski,
hrabski ^
belonging to a co'mt
or earl ; like a count or an earl.
hrabstwo
"
county, earldom.
hreczllany
"
of buckwheat.
*ka^,
buckwheat,
.kosiej
"J
husband*
man, plougher.
-.uszkip^,
cakes
baked of buckwheat-
hu, huzia*,
halloo!
hubka \
spunk, German tinder.
huciany
f
foundry.
.. ; ^ robotnik,
smelter.
huczllec
^^ to roar, rustle; buzz,
hum.
-^enie
"
roaring; buzzing,
niej^-no
*^? boisterously, noisily
;
ostentatiously,
-.ny
"
loud, noisy,
clamorous ; ostentatious.
huf, --iec
"body of soldiers.
hufnal ^
hobnail, horse-nail.
huk ^
roar, din^ peal; plenty^
60
huka6
profusion.
*ac
'^V'
to whoop, hal-
loo; (na kogoj to rebuke, chide,
-anie "?
whoop, shouts of joy.
'vnac
^? to roar suddenly ; snub
(a person).
_
hulaliC
^? to lead a merry life,
to revel arid riot,
-ka
"^ reveller,
debauchee,
.nie
"J
debauchery.
-nka \
revelry, merry bout,
szczy ^
debauched, dissolute.
hultajlid si
^f
to debauch, -wj
"^
knave, rogue, scoundrel,
'jka^,
stumpet.
-.jsM?
knavish, roguish,
-"jstwo
"
knavery, roguery.
Immeral ^
amice, humeral.
humor
'^
humour, temper,
-ek
^
Whim, caprice,
-^ysta"^
humorist,
ystycznie
<^^ humorously, .y-
Stycznosc^,
humorousness.
ii.y-
Styczny ^
humoristic, humorous.
Imncfot

rascal, varlet.
iurmem
'*^ in crowds. [sale.
hnrtem
**^ in the lump, by whole-
hurtowllac
^f
to hurdle,
-^anie
"
hurdling, penning,
-.nik"
whole-
saleman.
y
f
wholesale,
hurty
pi., pinfold, fold.
Imsallrski
?^
of hussars, hussar. .
.
rz
'^ hussar.
hutlla
^, s melting-house, foundery
;
m,2k szkiana, glass -(smelting-)
works ;
--a
zelazna, forge, smithy.
^nik
^
glass-founder.
'
huz
*,
'go ! hush ! quick I
huzar
"^ hussar.
*.ka
^, hussar-
spencer,
ski
f
of a hussar.
hyacynt,
vid. hiacynt.
iycllen
flayer.
-.lowsM
f
Haying,
hydny,
vid. ohydny, [flayer's.
hydra
^, hydra.
hyena
*i
hyena.
hymen
"T
marriage
;
Canat.) hymen.
hymn
"
hymn, song.
'
\etc.
hypokondrya,
vid, hipochondrya
!if
anct; also; even; ^ e6z? well?
piszt ~ 'pisz&t he is continually
writing.
iloczasowj
ibis ^
(orn.J ibis.
leak ^ fiigj Jew.
Ichmosilc, -vC Panoiuie X., Mes-
sieurs (MM.) X.
'Cianka ^, fz nie"
jakiem ublizeniemj young laiy.
ichneumon
"^
fzoj ichneumon.
ide
^'1 od iU.
idea^,
idea.
ideaili
"^
ideal,
-lista
"^ idealist.
-vlizm
"^
idealism,
-vlizowac
^?
to idealise.
*'lny ^
ideal.
identyllcznosc
*\ identity,
^czny
f
identical,
^.fikacya, vid. utozscu'
mienie. [logy.
ideolog ^
ideologist.
*.ia
^, ideo-
idyotlla
"^
idiot.
*.yzm ^
idiotism.
idylla,
vid. sielanka.
igielka^,
small sewing-needle.
igielnlliczek, ~ik,
needle-case,
y,
iglany
"
needle .
.
igijia
^, needle ; uszko
^ly,
the eye
of a needle ; nawlec iglp, to thread
a needle,
-larski
"
needle-ma-
ker's.
*.larz
"^ needle
- maker,
-plasty
f
needle-shaped; drzewo
laste,
pines and firs.
igliclla
^, large needle, bodkin
knitting
-
needle
;
fzo.J
needle-
fish.
-.6wka,
needle-gun.
ignorllant
"^ ignorant, idiot,
-.o-
wac
^f
to take no notice of;
(kogoJ to cut (a person).
igra c
to play, sport, toy.
szka^,
play, toy, sport;
-szka
slow, pun, quibble.
igrzysko
"
game, sport.
ikra
*",
spawn, roe. [to spawn.
ikrzL'ak
"^
spawner. -yc si? '"X
ik
"y
loam, potter's clay.
lie
<^? how much, how many; as
much as, as many as ; o ~ pamip^
tarn, as far as I remember; o ^
wiem, for aught I know, -kol-
wiek ^} as much as. ever.
ilekrollc ^? as often as. -ckol-
wiek
<*? ever so often, -.tnie
**?
how many times, how often,
-tny
"
how often repeated.
ilki ,
loamy.
[metrical.
iloczas
"^ quantity, metre,
owy?
iloczyn
iloczyn
"^
Ca^ytJ
product.
ilorakJli^O
? of how many kinds.
iloraz ^
(o-rytj quotient.
ilosc
^, quantity.
iiowaty ^
loamy,
Uuminllacya
^, illumination. *.o-
wac
'^'^
to illuminate,
ligbt up.
hn
"-^^
. tern ...,
the . .
.
the . .
.
;
~ predzej iem leviej , the sooner
the f)etter.
imac
^"
to lay hold of, catch,
apprehend.
imaginallcya
^, imagination,
-cyj-
ny
"f
imaginative. -Inie ,
ima-
ginarily.
--Iny
"
imaginary.
imbier
^, ginger.
im'bryk
'^ cotfee-pot, tea-pot*
imiflf
"
name, christian name ;
re-
putation.
*.enie
"
possession, pro-
perty, fortune.
imienlliny
pi, name-day. -,nie
"^
by name, namely,
-nik'^
name-
sake,
.ny
? nominal ;
listd
-*'na,
the list containing the names.
iini"esi6w ^
(gram.) participle.
imionnik
"^ aibum
imperator 'IJ
emperor.
-owa \
empress,
-ski ^
imperial.
impertynenllcya
*",
impertinence,
rudeness.
*.t\' -tka
*", impertinent.
imperyal
'^ (moneta) imperial.
impef^
impetus, vehemence; im-
petuosity,
-.yk
"^ violent man.
improwizator"!;
improvisator(e).
inaczej
"? otherwise, else; in an-
other manner; nie
~,
most cer-
tainly^ just so.
inad ^^ zkad -,, from elsewhere,
from another place; dokad w,
somewhere else.
iuaklli, ''Szy ^
of another kind.
indagliacya
^, investigation, in-
quest,
-acyjny
"
inquiring, of
inquiry.
*.owac
^? to investigate,
indeks
"^
index. [inquire 'nto.
indtdt
"^
dispensation granted by
the church of Rome.
indycht
'^ indigo;
-owe
ziele,
indigo-plant, anil.
indyczllg "I
Turkey-poult.
*.ka^.
instrument 61
Turkey-hen. ^yc sig
^f
*<> colour
up (out of anger).
indygenat
"^ right of a native.
indyk
'^ Turkey-cock.
incdy "^ another way; elsewhere
infamllia^,
infamy,
-is
"7 wretch,
villain.
infant
"^ infante,
-ka
^t
infant?..
infanterya
^, infantry.
infirmerya
^, infirmary.
influenca^,
(med.) influtcza.
informliacya
^, information , ad-
vice,
-acyjny
f
informative;
hiuro -vacyjne,
intelligence-office,
-owac'^f
to inform, give infor-
mation, [late.
infuta
^, mitre,
.t ^
mitred pre-
ingredyencya
^, ingredient
inicyatywila
^, initiative; wzia6
.,
to take initiative.
inkarnat"^
carnation, flesh-coiour.
-^-owy
f
flesh-coloured, roFy.
inkanst 'IJ
ink.
inklinacya \
inclination, affection.
inkluz
'^ magic agency, charm.
inkrustilacya*",
incrustation,
o*
wac
incrust.
inkwaterunek';
rwiiZ.; quartering;
S(;ldiers quartered.
inkwirent
"'
inquisito?, trial judge.
inkwizyllcya
UnquisiUon, inquest,
-^-tor
%' inquisitor.
innollplemienny
"of another r/ice.
wierca
",'
heterodox man.
inny, inszy
f^
other, another; kto
.^, some body else, some one else;
-m
razem, another time.
inspekta
pi., hot-bed.
inspektor
'^ inspector, overseer.
inspiracya
^, inspiration.
installiacya
*,
-^owanie^
instal-
lation,
-acyjny
"
of installation,
investitive,
owac
^f
to install,
appoint.
instancya *i
pur.J instance ,
res-
sort
;
intercession ; to osiatniej in-
stancyi, in the last resort.
instmkllcya
^, instruction, direc-
tion.
-.tor
'^ io?tructor.
instrument ^
instrument; -
d^ty^
62 instrumentalny
wind-instrument.
*.alny"
instru-
mental.
*.owaC
^"
(muz.J to in-
strument.
instygator
'^ (w dawnej PolsceJ
public attorney; instigator.
instynkt

instinct. *owy^^in-
stinctive.
instytullcya
^, CosohyJ institution,
installation; statute,
-.t ^
insti-
tute, establishment. [nia pi.
insygnia^,
badge of ofllce, insig-
insynullacya
^, suggestion , insi-
nuation,
-^owac
^f
to suggest,
inszy
"
vid, inny, [insinuate.
inteligenllcya
^, intelligence.-,
tny?-
prudent, intelligent.
'
intencya \
intention, mind, incli-
nation
;
na inlencye^ aby . .
.
, in
order to beg of God that...
intendent
'^ intendant.
-.ura
^,
intendancy.
intercyza
^, marriage-contract.
interes ^
business, concern; ad-
vantage: wlasny ~, self-interest.
-ant
"^ party concerned, par-
taker, -vik
"^
small business,
-o-
wac
^^ to interest; *~ sip czem^
to take an interest in.
*owany?
concerned, self-interested.
*.o-
wnosc^
self-interestedness.
-^o-
wny?
self-interested; interesting.
'Ujaco^?
interestingly,
-ujacyf
interesting. [visional.
intermistycznyf
temporary, pro-
interpelilacya
^, interpellation,
question.
*Owac^"
to interpellate.
interwencya
^, intervention, inter-
ference, [to intone.
intonllacya
^, intonation.
--owac
^^
intratila
%income,revenue.*.nosc ^,
profitableness.
*.ny
? bringing
a
large income, lucrative.
introligator'^
bookbinder.
*iua^,
bookbindery. .ski ^
bookbinder's.

stwo ^
bookbinder's trade.
intmz ^
intruder.
intryglla
*",
intrigue, plot,
-.ant
"",
-'antka*',
intriguer.
<>o\\a6
*'?
to intrigue, plot.
intuicya
^, intuitloEu
izba
inwalida
'^,
invalid.
inwencya ^
invention ; inventive
faculty.
inwentarz
"^
inventory ; spisac
~,
to inventory, take stock, make
an inventory.
inwestytura
^, investiture.
inzynier "',' engineer,
-.ski';'' engi-
neer's,
-.ya^,
engineering.
ipekakuana ^, ipecacuanha.
irchlja^, chamois, chamois-leather.
'*'Owy
"
chamois.
ironiila
^, irony,
--cznie
^} ironi-
cally.
*.cznosc
^, ironical ness,
^CZny
f
ironic(al).
irytllacya^, irritation,
-vowac^f
to irritate.
isllc
'^V'
to go, walk ;
*.c
za kirn, to
follow; 0*.czamazy to marry, get
a husband; '.cozaktad, to bet,
lay a wager;
c
w gorp (o ccniej^
to rise; idzie tu o moje imip, my
reputation is here at stake
;
jezeli
to idzie, if that be the naatter.
^
^Cie
"J
going, walking.
,
iscic, vid. ziscic.
iscizna^,
capital, stock.
iskac
''^
to louse.
isk; ierka, -ra
^, spark, sparkle,
flash of fire,
-.rawy, --rzacy
?
sparkling, glittering, flabliing.
^-rzenie ^
scintillation, sparkling.
.rzyc si
^T"
to sparkle, glare.
-^rzyk
"^ (viin.) carbuncle.
istnllie
<*p really,
-iec
'^V'
to exist,
be, live,
-.iejacy
"
existent, ex-
isting,
-.ienie
',' existence,
-.osc'.
existence; substance, essence;
being,
^.y
^
positive , true , un-
doubted; very; real, essential.
istotlla^,
being, creature; essence;
w istocity in the fact,
-.nie
*?
really, truly,
-.nosc
^, reality.
-ny ?
true, real, essential.
iwlla, -ina \
sallow,
-.inka
^, Clot.}
middle comfrey.
-owy ^
ofsallow.
iz
f
that,
-^ali
f
if.
""
"
izabelowy
f
iaabelline; feoH
^^
isabol.
iz'ba
U
ball, room ; nizszaf Housd
izbica
of Commons; ~ wyzsza. House of
Lords.
izbica^,
ice-breaker,
izdebllka
*",
small -room, cabin.
na
^, chamber-maid, ny
"
chamber .
.-.
izop

flotj hyssop.-
ia ^T
I; Icto tarn? wbo is there?
to ~, 'tis I.
la
^T
ca*.j. od ona,
jabillczanyi *eczny, -'kowy ?
apple . . . -.ecznik
"",
cider,
-.ko ^
apple; whirlbone, rotula; fokaj
eye-ball; zbic na kwasne
-*ko,
to
beat into a jelly, -.kowity
?
fkonj
dapple- gray, -on
^, apple-tree.
-onkowy, -onny'i^
of the apple-
tree, -iiszko ^
little apple.
jac
^? to lay hold, catch, seize;
"begin; - sie czego, to put one's
hand to, betake one's self to.
jad

venom, bane, virus.
jadllac '"V'f
to use to eat; mess,
dine, -alnia
^, eating-room,
-al-
ny ?
eatable , esculent,
-to ^
food, fare, eatjibles pi.
jadowiilcie ?
poisonously;
Cfig.J
enragedly.
-tosc
^, venomous-
ness, banefulness ; .
ffig.J
rage,
anger,
^ty ^
venomous, bane-
ful, virulent;
CfigJ
enraged.
jadro ^
kernel, stone; testicle;
tfig.J
marrow, rwnik ^
scrotum.
-wy ^ '*'Wy
worekj scrotum.
jadrzysty
?
gross-grained; mar-
rowy.

jagllla
^, millet- seed, -vlany
f
millet..., miliary. -iyjjJ., millet.
jagnillatko ^
lambkin.
.^
"J
lamb.
.^Cy?^
lamb's;
~gce
''w??so, lamb.
jaglloda
^. berry; cheek;
-.ody
czerwone, red bilberries; czarne
Ody,
bilberries; winna
oda,
grape-berry.
'*6dka
*", small berry.
-'Odnik'^
strawberry-juice.-.odo-
wy
f
strawberry,
-odzisty
^
full of berries or grapes.
jalowiczy
63
jaguar
'V
(zo.) jaguar.
jajlle ^
egg;
-.e
na miekko, egg in
the shell;
^e
na twardo, hard-
boiled egg. -ecznica
^, omelet,
^-ecznik

ovary; omelet, -e-
czny ^
egg. . . -ko 1
small egg;
.ko
swipcone,
ffigj
Easter-meal,
-^kowaty, -^owaty ?
oviform,
oval, egg-shaped.
jak,
-'0 ^? how; as; ^ by, *
gdyhy.,
as if; &iacZi/ ~ dciana, ~ smierc,
pale as death; ~ najdtuzej, as
long as ever it can be ; ~ 5i^ mcwa t
how do you do?
jakllac,
-nac
^?
-ac si
^f
to
stammer, stutter, -.ala
"5 stam-
merer, ^-anie si "J
stammering,
liwy ^
stammering.
jakby,
vid. jak.
jaki
f
what; which; some, any;
jaka szkoda ! what a pity ; ~ taki,
the first the best; ~ to cztowiek?
what sort of a man is he?
*.kol-
wiek, --skolwiek, -^zkolwiek
?
whatever, whatsoever, any.
^.s
f
some; certain; somebody.
jakkolwiek?
however, howsoever;
^ badz, be this as it may be.
jako'"-?
as, thus; ~ to, videlicet
(viz.J,
to wit, that is to say;
~ tako, pretty well, so-so. kol-
wiek
<*? anyhow,
-s
<^? some-
how. *.sc ^, quality.
*.wy f
of
what kind, what. ~i ? and in
fact, in effect.
jakubl!6wka
^, sort of pear,
.o-
wy ^ *OWa
laska, Jacob's staff.
jakze ^
how? how then? a -., of

course.
jahnuznlla^,
alms.
^Ica
^, (female)
alms-giver. *ictwo 1
almoner-
ship
;
alms-giving, -iczy
"
chari-
table; alms... -ik'^
alms-giver;
almoner.
jatollszka
<',
female calf. *.wica,
jat6wka^,
heifer, young cow.
jalowllcowyf
ofjuniper..
. *iec"
juniper.
jaiowlliec
^? to grow barren or
sterile, --iczy
f
made of neat's
64
jalowfzna
leather, -^-izna^,
j'oiing cattle;
sterile countrj-.
*.o
'^^^ barrenly,
sterile,
-osc^,
barrenness, ste-
rility. -*y
"
barren, sterile.
]am!Ia^,.pit,
hole, ditch; kennel;
*.a
lisia, fox -hole;
^a
ustna,
mouth.
*.isty
"
full of pits, holes,
'llik'^
(zo.j terrier.
<^iiy
"
living
in a pit or kennel. [iambic.
jamb
"^iambic foot,iambic.*,iczny
"
janczar
"^ janizary.
*.ski
"
-vska
muzyka, Turkish music.
jaiiowiec
"^ fbotj furze.
jar

ravine.
_
^arklla^,
spring-corn. m,i,vid.jary.
jarlak
^
yearling (lamb). [fair.
jarmarilczny, ^kowy"
fair
k
"^
jarmuika^,
fczapeczkaj calotte.
jarmuz
'','
borecole.
jarllO
"p stoutly, brightly, lightly.
*<y
f'
of the spring; stout, robust;
zioza jure
,
seed sown in spring.
jarzab

vid. jartelina.
jarzabek
^
(om.) hazel-hen.
jarzebaty
^-spotted, dapple.
jarzebinija
^, service-tree, sorb-
tree, mountain-ash.
-^owy
"
of
sorb-tree. [wax-candle.
jarzecily'?
bright, light; m,2t, svo'uca,
jarzihiiic,
vid. ujm-zmiac. m.o
"I
yoke; subjection, bondage;
*.o
wotdw, a yoke or couple of oxen
;
zdjac
<^o,
to ursyoke.
-^owy
"
yoke ...
jarzyna
^, spring or summer-corn
;
greens pi., vegetables pi.
jaseika
pi., crib; wire -puppets
(representing the birth of Christ).
jasieniec
^
flot.J
centaury.
jaskier

fbot.J crowfoot.
,
jaskinia^,
den, cave.
jaskdlliczy^
swallow's, swallow...
"^ka^, fornj swallow.
jaskrawllo
"^^ glaringly, dazzhngly.
-"OSC
f, glaring light.
-,y
^
glaring,
dazzling; gaudy, showy.
^asia
pi., carrying frame.
jasmin'^ jasmine, jessamine,
^o-
wy ^
of jasmine.
jasnilla
<i
light spot, day -light.
jazmin
^e ^^ho tytui achj
^eWielmoznYt
Ills Excellency,
^ec
^f
to shine,
glitter, glisteu.
jasno "? brightly, lightly,
-vczer-
WOny
^''
high -red, light- red.
--gniady
;'-
light-brown,
-.sc
",
brightness, clearness, lucidity;
plainness; distinctness.
-*siwy
^'
light -gray,
-.widzaca
^, clair-
voyante.
-^-widzacy
"
clear-^
seeing; clairvoyant."
-wwidzenie
"J
clairvoyance,
-.wiosy
f'
light-
haired,
-vzielony
"
light-green.
'*z61:ty ^
bright yellow.
jasny
"
light, bright, lucid; clear,
perspicuous.
jaspis

fmln.) jasper.
jaster
",'
flot.j China aster.
jastrzllab'
",'
fom.) hawk,
-.abek
'^
pigeon -
hawk,
-^ebiec ^
'
(hot.)
^
hawk-weed.
*
[vitude.
jasyr
"^
captives pi.; slavery, ser-
jaszczur
"^
C^o.J
dragonet.
-^-czy
f
lizard ; tvzrok,
(fig.
J basilisk-
look.
*.ka^, fzo.J
lizard.
jaszczyk^ gunpowder boxjbutter-
jatki pi., shambles pi. [box.
jatrzilenie
^
irritation. m.m.
sie
^
(ranyj suppuration.- m.yc '^'^''to
generate pus; irritate,
-yc si^r
to suppurate.
jaw
"^ iia
-*ie,
when awake ; wyjs6
na
~,
to come to light,
-^ic sie
^f
to appear.
jawnogrzesznillca^,
public sinner,
loose woman,
-k
public sinner.
jawn'IOSC
*",
notoriety, publicness.
-*.y
"
notorious, apparent, plain
;
public.
jawlldr

maple-tree, maple. -.0
rowy
"^ maple, made of maple.
*orzyna
^, maple, maple-wood.
^SiZ'^^tamaJ weir.
jaz
'^
red bream.
jazda
^, ride, journey; cavalry,
horsemen, horse; ~ konna, riding,
going on horseback, equitation.
jazda
*, drive on!
jazdz
"^ (zo.j stone-perch, ruflE^
jazmin,
vid. jaimin.
jazwcowy
jazwDcowy f
of a badger, -wiec
"
(lo.)^ badger.
jazwica^
(ryha) stickle-back.
je ^T
pi- od ono & 3 OS. aing. prs.
od je46.
jecha'Ic.jezdzic^f
to drive, ride;
*C
savkand, to drive in a sledge
;
-C
konno, to go on horseback;
,C
poczta, to travel by post;
C
potuozem, to ride in a car-
riage; jechat yo sek! the deuce
take him ! -nie
"'
drive, ride.
jf
cie 'J
seizure, imprisonment.
jfCzellc ^V"
to groan, moan; la-
ment,
-nie
"
groaning. -
jf
czmillen
^,
barley ; -,en fna okuj,
sty.
-.enisko ^
barley-field, .en-
ny
"
of barley, barley . . . <oilka
^,
barley-straw.
jeczmyk "IJ fna okuj sty.
jeden
"
one ; some ; ~ i drugi, both
;
* luh drugi, either; ani ~ am
drugi, neither ; za jednym razem,
at once; ca to za ^^f what is that
man? i ten sam, one and the
same.^
<^ascie, ^ascioro
num.,
eleven,
-astka
^, the eleven.
*astolelni
"
eleven ears old.
-astu
num., eleven,
-asty
"
eleventh,
.ze
"
the same.
jedlinlja
^, fir-tree ; fir-wood, deal-
wood,
--owy
?^ fir . .
.
jednallc
^"
to gain, win.
--nie
1
uniting, agreement. - .
si ^ re-
conciliation.
jednak,
>
ze
f
however, neverthe-
less, yet; a *, and yet, nevertheless.
jednaklli, --owy ^
one and the
same, identical,
-o, --owo
^} in
the same manner, equally, like-
wise.*.0W0SC
*",
sameness, identity.
jedno, jeno "? only, but.
*bar-
wy ,
one-coloured, plain,
.bo-
czny
"
unilateral.
.ch6d ^
am-
bling-pace,
-vchodnik'^ ambling
horse.
['yc
^"
to unite, join.
jednoczllenie, agreement, union.
jednoczilesnie
<*? contemporane-
ously,
.esnosc*',
contemporane-
ousness,
.esny^
contemporary.
Cz^c polsko-angielska.
jgdrny 65
-yc
*'f
to unite. . -
aie T to
unite.
jednolldzienny, --dniGwy ?
one
day old; ephemeral, .fantowy?'
one-pound. [unanimous.
jedncgiosnlloac
*",
unanimity. m,j^
jednollkonnyf
drawn by one horse,
one-horsed.
*.kopytny ^
solid-
ungulous.
jednoksztaitnllosc
^, uniformity,
.y
"
uniform. [year.
jednoletni
"
one year old, of one
jednolist"J
(^6of.^ one-blade,
-ny
f
onC'leaved.
jednomyslnllosc
^, unanimity, con-
cord,
.y ^
unanimous.
jednolloki "
one-eyed,
-.plemien-
ny
"
of the same race,
ptciowy^
of the same sex.
.rala " of the
same kind; single, simple,
-.ra-
mienny
"
one-armed,
-razowy
f^
done but once, happening but
once,
-r^ki ^
one-handed.
jeunoroHczny
f
of one year, one
year old. ^ >
"^
one who serves
one year in the German army,
-'dny
"
homogenous,
dzony
f
only-begotten.
jednorlldg
"^ unicorn,
.ogi, o-
zcowy
"
unicornous, having only
one horn.
>ozec ^
fzo.J
unicorn;
(ryhaj narwal.
-z^dliy
"
having
but one row.
jedno!!sc^,
unity, concord; (aryt.)
unit,
.siowny"
i7oif<5
^stowna,
(mat.) monome.
jednostajnilosc
*",
uniformity, mo-
notony, ^.y'^uniform, monotonous.
jednostka
^,(aryt.)\xci\\;, individual.
jednostronni|ie?
partially.-.osc
<i
partiality, partial judgment,
^^y?
partial; one-sided.
jednollwierca
'^ fellow- t)eliever.
--znaczny ^
having but one
meaning; synonimous.
qf
dor

Turkey-cock.
jfdmlliec
^,*
to become robust,
stout, pithy.
-CSC
*",
pithiness,
strength, virility,
y
^
pithy,
strong, substantial; marrowy,
.6
6S
jedwab*
ledwallb"?
silk,
-.biarnia*",
silk-
manufactory.,
-.bie
pi; silk-stuffs.
-bisty ?
silky, silk -like, silky
soft, -.bnica
^, silk-stuff, silk-
worm, 'bniczy ^
of silk-worm,
-bnik"^
silk- worm.
-bny
^silken.
jedynallczka
*",
aa only daughter.
K
'^
an only son.
^edynascie
num., eleven.
jedynie
<^? only, merely, solely.
jedynowlalldca "?
monarch, auto-
crat.
-dny
f
autocratic, mon-
archical,
'dztwo
autocracy,
monarchy.
jedyny
'^ only one, sole, the only
jdza%
fury, shrew. [one.
jedzenie
"
eating; food, meat.
^egO
^T
9^^- i accus. odon.<^'^ his.
jegomosllc
"? master of a house,
householder; gentleman; (ksiadz
m,t) Reverend,
-.cin"
gentleman's,
^ebowa
"T
Jehovah. [master's.
jejmollsc^,
mistress; lady,
.sci-
anka U
miss,
.scin
"
lady's;
of mistress.
jk
'^ groan, moan,
-.liwy ?
moan-
ful, lamentable,
-^nac
^^ to moan,
groan.
qelatko 1
fawn, young deer.
^elca
pi., (szpady etc.) shell, guard.
jelec
"1? (zoj bleak, whiting.
jelelln'y
^zo.^stag, hart.-.ni
?
hart's,
of a stag.
*nina^,
venison.
jelita pl'i
bowels, entrails, guts.
jelonek'Jfawn;
horned beetle.
jemioiiia
^> mistletoe,
'-uclia
\
fom.J mistle-bird.
general etc.,
vid. general etc.
qeaiec ^
prisoner, captive.
jeograf,
vid. geograf.
jeometra,
vid. geometra.
jeremiada^, sorrowful complaint,
jeremiad(e).
jerzyk
"^
('om.J black martin.
^erzjnia^,
blackberry.
jesc
to eat, feed; oliad, to
dine; - iniadanie, to breakfast;
wieczerzp, to supper.
jesielln
<; autumn
tumnal.
'imy au-
jubilerski
jesion ^
a*sh-tree.
-ka', fhol)
dittany,
.owy ^
ash, ashen.
jesiotr
"!? sturgeon.
*vOwy,
zy'.
of the sturgeon.
^esli,
vid. jezelt
jestestwo
"
being, existence.
jeszcze ^^
yet, still; raz, once
more.
jetka*", fzo.J day-fly, ephemera.
jety
"
taken, seized.
jez
"^
('zoJ hedge-hog.
jezdiiy*?(&f mounted; borseraan,
jezdzenie
1
fkonnoj riding;
Cpo*
wozemj driving,
\eMzi\\c''^V'
vid. jechac.
.ec"?
rider.
jezeli ?
if.
jezioiirny, jezierny
f
laky,
-.ro
1
lake,
-rzysty ^
full of lakes.
jz6r
^
Cpogardliwie) tongue.
jezilowiec

(zo.J porcupine; (zo.)
sea-hedgehog.
*6wka^,
(zo.) sea-
urchin, echinus,
-owy
"
por-
cupine . .
.
[suit.
jezuillcki ?
Jesuitical,
-ta
"^
Je-
jezusllek
'V (f-gJ
hypocrite,
.o-
wy
f
of Jesus.
jezyc
^? to bristle, m,
sie
"^f
to
stand on end, bristle.
j^zyczliek
"^ little tongue; uvula;
(na kompasiej hand.
--ki pl-t
^ ~ psie, (hot.j dog's tongue.
ny
*
lingual; flippant.
jezyk
tongue; language, idiom;
zasiegnad
-.a,
to get information;
miec CO na koncu
*.a,
to have a
thing at one's tongue's end ; miec
dtugi *, to have too long a tongue.
-owaty
"
tongue-shaped,
-owy
^^
f
gram.
J
lingual ; linguistic(al).
-oznawstwo 7
linguistics.
jezyna,
vid. jerzyna.
jodtlla^,
fir-tree, -owyffir..,
JOta *i
jot; CO dojoty, every jot of it.
jowialllista
"^ jovial, humorous
man.
*.nosc
^, jovialness,joviality,
'ny
"
Jovial.
Jowisz"^
^asir.; Jupiter.
*owy?
of Jupiter.
^ubilat ^
holding a jubilee.
jubiler
"?
jeweller, lapidist.
-vski
?
jubilerstwo
jeweller's,
o^stwo
^
jeweller's
trade, jewelling. [jubilee.
jnbilausz
^, jubilee,
owy
"
of
jucha^
blood of a beast; (vulg.J
scoundrel, rascal.
jacht ^
Kussian leather, Russian
hides.
''Owac
^? to tan in Rus-
sian manner,
-owy
f
(made) of
Russian leather.
pczny
f
ko'h
-*,
pack-horse; wdz^^
luggage-van.
uczyc
^f
to load, charge with,
ndaszowy
"
Judas, traitor's.
;jiiiuba
^
(hot.) jujube.
Juki pl-i
pack
-
saddle , sumpter-
saddle.
junallcM ?
swaggering, blustering.
Ctwo 7
boasting, bravado, rodo-
montade.
'Czyc
81f
to hector, boast, rodomontade,
swagger,
-.k
"^ bully, stout man
;
rodomontador.
*.kierya^
swag-
gering, blustering.
juniec
"^ bullock,
upka^i juppon.
i'ur
"^
na iw.
-^a,
jak rak iioUnie,
never, at no time,
jurgielt ^
salary, pension, salary.
-nik
"7
stipendiary.
jumllosc
^, lechery,
-y ^
lecherous,
lewd. [jurisconsult, lawyer,
juryslldykcya <i
jurisdiction.
*.tai;
juszllka,
vid. jucha.
*yc^?^
to cover
with blood.
jutaro ^^ tomorrow ; dzU ~, sooner
or later, one of these days,
jntrzllejszy
"
of tomorrow.-enka ^,
dawn, day-blush; morning star.
nia
^ matins pi., morning-
Jni
"p already. [prayers pi.
juzci
**? certainly, of course.
kabacik
'^ small jacket.
kaballla *i
fortune -
telling from
cards; cabal, intrigue; kiaid
-i^,
to tell fortune from cards.
<lar-
kajdanki*
67
ka^,
fortune-teller by means of
cards, o^lista
"^
cabalist.
<listy"
czny
f
cabalistic.
kabat
^
jacket, jerkin.
kablak IJ
curve
; arch.
*.owato
^f
curvedly.
^^owaty
"
arched^
arch-shaped.
kabryolet
"? gig, light chaise.
kacellrski ^
heretic,
^^rstwo
heresy,
-^rz
'^
heretic.
k%ci||k ^IJ
little corner, comer,
-^sty
f
having angles, angular.
kacz|| ^
duckling,
.ka
^, duck,
-kowaty ^
duck's bill.
*or
"^
drake', (^dzifci^ mallard,
-^orowy?
of drake,
-.y ^
duck's.
kacz3riiiec
^
Chot.J butter-flower.
kadellcki ?
of cadet;
^cM
korpus,
cadet-company.
*.t
^
pupil of a
military school, cadet.
kadencya^, ("TnuzJ cadence; con-
sonance (of verses); - sadowa,
court-day, assizes pi.
kadhlb ^
trunk, torso, a corpse
without head; vessel made of
kadr
"^
Cmil.j cadre. [bark.
kadryl ^
(taniecj quadrille.
kadullcznie
*p devilishly,
-.cznyf
devilish; epileptic.
*k ^
devil,
deuce; epilepsy, falling- sickness.
kadz^,
vat, tub, keeve.
kadzllenie
"
perfuming, fumigation,
-ic
^f
to incense ; fumigate
; (fig.)
flatter,
^^^idlo
incense, frank-
incense.
kadzieH,
distaflf; po
,!, by his
mother, on the mother's side.
kadzielnica *i
censer.
kafar ^
rammer, battering ram.
kafel ";
Dutch tile (for stoves).
kaftan
^
jacket, jerkin.
-,ik
*J
waist-coat; bodice.
kaganek
"^ fire-pot, nightrlamp.
kaganiec'^
(iron) muzzle; fire-pot.
kanalHt
"
assembly of the elders
of the Jews.
-.Iny ^
belonging
to the Jews, of the Jews.
kajac 8i
^T
to repent; (czem) ta
take example by . .
.
kajdanlliarz
'^
convict.
*ki
pl.^^
6J? kajdany
fetters pi.
; *,lii
na rece, manacles,
'
handcuffs, -y pL, chains pL,
kajet,
writing-book, [shackles pi.
kaimowski
"
of Cain ; fratricidal.
kaQTlta,
cabin,
kakac
^'?
to cack.
kakao 7
cacao.
kakol
" Cbot.J darnel
; ('fig
J weed,
nica*", Cbot.J corn-cockle.
kat
"",
dirt, filth, mud.
kalac
'"'^
to defile, pollute, stain.
kalalior
'^ oauliflovrer.
kaiamajka^, fmateryaj calaman-
co: small cart.
katamarz
"^ inkstand.
kalarepa,
vid. galarepa.
katdun
'^
maw, paunch*, tripe,
guts pi.
.owy
f
intestinal,
paunchy.
kalellctwo \
lameness , maimed-
ness.
-^czyc
"'^
to maim, muti-
late.
*.ka ^
cripple.
kalendarz
"^ calendar, almanac.
kaletllai^,
small leather-bag,leather-
purse.
*ka
*",
small leather purse
;
gall-bladder.
*iiik
"^
trunk-
maker.
[*rowy
f
caliber . .
.
kaiibller
'^
bore (of a gun), caliber.
kalif
";
caUf.
kaligraf
'^
calligrapher.
-ia
^,
calligraphy, penmanship,
-iczny"
calligraphic.
kalinlla^i
^6o^^ guelder-rose,
o-
wy ^
of guelder-rose.
kalisty ^
slimy, mudy.
kalkancista
^, organ-blower.
kalkowac
^"
to draw through
transparent paper.
kalkulllacya
^, calculation,
^ator"^
calculator,
.owac
^"
to calculate,
kalnyf
dirty, mudy. [compute.
kalosz
"^ galoche;
<.e
gumowe,
India rubber shoes, rubbers jii.
katnzlla
*",
mire, puddle, plash.
*any, -^ny
"
plashy, slushy.
kalwilln ^
Calvinist.
-^nka
^, Cal-
vinist- woman,
-nski ^
Calvi-
nistic(al).
kamasze pi.-, Ckrotkiej spatter-
dashes
pl.t
(diugiej gaiters pi.
kanapka
kamea^, cameo.
kameduia
"'
CamaldolK?.
kameleon
'^ (zo.j chameleon. ,
kamelia^, (hot.J camellia.
kamera
^, office of domains.
*liiy
?
financial, cameralistic.
kamerdyner
"^
valet, man-servant,
-ski
"
valet's.
kamforlla \
camphire, camphorc
-Owy
"
camphorate(d).
kamien^
stone } drogi
~,
precious
stone, jewel; ~. graniczny, boun-
dary-stone
;
~ obrazy, a stumbling
block; ~ mtynski, mill -stone,
grindstone; ~ probierczy, touch-
stone; ~< wegielny
y
foundation-
stone
;
* w p^cherzu, gravel in the
bladder; spadt mu ~ z serca, he
casts away care; kamieniem (sie^
dziecj, as if nailed to the spot.
kamieniali'rka
^, stone cutter's
wife; stone-cutting,
^rnia^,
work-
shop of a stone-cutter.
-*rski
?
stone-cutter's,
-rstwo ^
stone-
cutting,
rz ^
stone-cutter.
kamienica
^, house (stone-built).
kamienlliec
^^ to become stone,
petrify,
-isty
"
stony, rocky,
pebbly.
--nik
'^ quarry
-
man.
--ny
"
stony, built of stones;
rocky; s6l
*.na,
mineral salt;
wegiel
ny,
pit-coal;
--ne sercCf
hard heart, heart of stane.
kamioneczka
*",
(bot.j bilberry,
kamionka^i
heap of stones, cairn;
(do nog
J
warming-bottle.
kamionowallc
^'^
to stone, lapi-
date,
-nie
"
stoning, lapidation.
kamizellla
<; jacket, jerkin,
-.ka',
waistcoat.
kamlot
'^ fmateryaj camlet. <.0-
wy
'^ (made) of camlet.
kampanja
^, (mil.J campaign.
kamrat
"^ comrade.
kamyilczkowaty
^
pebbly,
-.k

pebble.
kanak
"^
necklace (of pearls etc.).
kanat ^
canal, channel.
kanalja
"^ <fe
*",
rascal
;
rabble.
kanaplla*",
sofa.
*ka^,
causeusec
kanar
ianar*^
canary-sugar; ^winoj ca-
nary. -ek
"
canary-bird. *ko-
wy ^
canary.
kancelllarya
*; rice; chancery,
-^aryiny
"
chancery . . . ,
of the
chancery,
-ista"
clerk, writer;
.ista
sadowy, actuary clerk.
kancerowaty ^
chancrous.
kancleilrski
f
chancellor's.
'.>
Stwo ^
chancellorship,
-rz
^
chancellor,
rzyc
"^ chancellor's
son.
*.rzyna^,
chancellor's wife,
kancyonat
^
psalm-book, book
of hymns.
kanczng:

cat-o'-nine-tails.
kandydat ^
candidate; postawic
-a,
vid. postawic.
<iira
^, candi-
dateship. [hawk.
kania
*",
ComJ
kite,
-.k
"
lark-
kanianka
^, dodder of thyme, de-
vil's guts.
kanikullia
^, Dog-star, Sinus ; dog-
days;
ffig.)
madness; cierpiec na
^tf
, to be mad.
-.larny
f"
cani-
cular.
kanka
', clyster-pipe, a cock,
kanon ^
canon, rule.
kanonada^,
cannonade.
kanonilla^i
canonry; dwelling of
a canon.
'Czka
^, canoncss.
*.Czn08C
^, canonicalness.
-czny
^
canonical,
-.k

canon, preben-
dary.
kanonler
'J
cannonier, gunner,
--ski ^
cannonier's, gun . .
.
kanonista
"J
canonist.
kanonizllacya
^,
-owanie ^
cano-
nisation,
owac
^^ to canonise.
kanf^
corner, edge,
-.ak'^
grapple.
kantar
"^ port-raouthed bit.
kantaryda
^, cantharis, Spanish fly.
kanton
"^ district, circuit, canton
;
levy (of soliders).
-ista ^
man
subject to military service.
kantor ^
chanter, chief-singer;
counting-house,
.ek
^J
scrutoire,
writing-desk.
-owy?
of counting-
house, office . . . M'Zysta
"?
office-
clerk,
[of hymns.
kantyczki
pi., psalm-book, book
Tcapota 6SI
kanwa
^, canvas.
kapa^,
cope; bed-cover; covering,
kapallc
^^ to drop, fall in dropes.
-nina^,
dropning; ptacic
nina,
to pay by driblets.
kapallc
^^ to bathe,
-c 8i ^
to
b'athe , take a bath,
-.nie 8i ^
bathing. [caper-sauce.
kapar ^
rbotj capar ; sos z
^aini,
kapcan
"
poor wretch.
kapciucli
'^
tobacco-pouch,
kapela^, fmuzykdwj band.
kapelalin
"^ chaplain.
,nia <i
chaplaincy.
*nski
f
chaplain's.
kapelmistrz
"^ bandmaster.
kapelu sik
'^
little hat.
-sina*;
old hat. -rsz hat;
-^sz
damski,
bonnet, lady's hat.
-szilictwo ^
hatter's trade, hat-manufacture.
-"SZiiiczy
f
hatter's,
^-sziuk
"
hat-maker.
'SZOWy ?
hat . .
.
kapica^,
hood, cowl.
kapillel *i
bath : -el
parowa, va-
pour-bath.
*.olka
^, child's bath.
kapitalU'^
fund, stock, capital.
*lik
"^ small capital,
'lista ^
in-
dependent gentleman, capitalist.
kapitalnllie ^} excellently.
*y
f
capital, principal; excellent.
kapitalln

captain,
-nowa
^,
captain's wife,
-^nski ^
captain's.
kapitel
^
(arch.) capital.
kapitoH
Capitol.
*ski^
Capitolian.
kapitullta ',
chapter (of a cathe-
dral)
;
wytrzec komu
^^j
to lecti-re
a person, -winy
^
of the chapter.
kapituljlacya
^, capitulation.
*.o-
wac
^^ to capitulate,
kapka^
small drop.
kapialln
priest, clergyman ; vyienci
.n,
high priest,
-nka
^, priestess.'
-"nski
f
priestly,
sacerdotal,
-nstwo 1
priesthood.
kaplillca^,
chapel,
-czka^,
small
chapel, chapelet.
kapton, -.ek
"J
Com,J capon.
*i
f
capon's.
-*.ic
'"f
to caponise,
castrade cocks.
kapn%c ^
to drip ofll
kapota^.
great coat
70
kapral
kapral
T
corporal,
-ski
f
cor-
poral's, corporal... -stwo^rank
of a corporal, corporalship.
kaprawy ^
blear-eyed.
kaprylls
'^ caprice, whim, freak.
-'Sic
^? < -<
si
^r
to be huraor-
Eome, be cross and peevish,
-sni-
ca
^, whimsical woman.
*.snik
'^
whimsical man, crotcheteer, hu-
morist.
<*.sn0SC
^, freakishness,
capriciousness.
-sny^
capricious,
whimsical, freakish.
kaptowac
^"
to win favour, gain
one over to our interest.
kaptur
'^
cowl, monk's -hood;
chimney-top; eye-flap,
.ek
"^
cover for a pistol; small cowl.
OWy
"
of cowl;
-owe
sadyy
interim courts.
kapucyiln ^
Capuchin (monk).
nski
f
Capuchin's.
kapuscianl'ek ^
cabbage butter-
fly,
-^y, kapustny
"
of cabbage,
cabbage . .
. , (f-gJ *a
gtowa,
cabbage-head.
kapusllcisko 1
cabbage
- garden,
olliak ^
soup with sourcrout.
kapustlla
^, cabbage
; ffigj
groch
z -a,
confusion,
^-nik
"^
cabbage-
fiel^; cabbage-butterfly, -wny
^
coaly, charry.
kapuza^,
cowl, furcap, hood.
kara
^, punishment, penalty, pain
;
two -wheeled cart; ~ pienifzna,
mulct, fine; ~ imierci^ capital
punishment; pod kara smierci,
upon pain of death.
karabela
^i
sabre, shord curved
sword.
karabin ^
carbine, musket,
^.ek'^
carbine, petronel, small carbine.
ier
"^
carbineer,
.ierski ^
car-
bineer's.
*.owy ^
carbine . .
.
karallc
^"
to punish, castigate,
chastise;
^c
^miercia, to inflict
capital punishment.
' -nie
^
pu-
nishment.
karacena
^, scale-cuirass.
karafka*",
flagon, decanter.
karambol
^y (w bUardzicJ
cannon.
kark
--OWac
^'^
fw
grze hilard.J to
cannon.
[marble.
kararyjski ^
- marmor^ Carrara
karas
"^
crucian
karat
"^
carat.
*owyf
dwudzksio
, of twenty carats.
karawan ^
hearse.
karawana^, caravan.
karazya^, coarse cloth.
karb 'IJ
incision, notch ; reckoning,
imputation; Masc na czyj .,, to
impute; trzymac to karhach^ to
keep under restraint.
karbieniec "IJ fhot.j water hoar-
karbona*", poor-box. [hound.
karbowallc^^to score, notch, jag,
-^ny ^
indented, notched.
karbowy
"^
keeper of a stackyard,
overseer. [medj,
karbunknl
"^
carbuncle (min. cfe
karciallny ^
of cards, card...
--rka
^,
-rz
"^ gamester, player
at cards. [reprehend.
karcic
'"^
to castigate, chastise,
karcz "IJ
stump.
karczllemka
^, small inn.*.emnie"?
rudely, roughly, impertinently,
^emny"
ill-mannered; mobbish.
-^ma \
tavern, public house,
-niarka
^, hostess,
-.marz
"^ inn-
keeper.
karczoch
"^
artichoke.
karczowllac
"'f
to ro9t out, grub,
-^anie
"?
karczunek*
"^
clearing,
grubbing up.
-isko "I
woodland
turned into arable.-.
nik
grubber.
karczysty ^
thick- necked.
kardynallt IJ
cardinal.
*lski
?
cardinal's.
-^Istwo ^
cardinal-
ship, cardinalate.
kardynalny
"
cardinal, principal.
karellciany
"
couchy, couch...
<^ta
^, carriage
, coach,
'^tka
^
one-horse chaise.
kares
'^
caress, endearment,
-o-
wac
'"^
to caress, fondle, dally.
kark

nape, neck;
dig.)
zlamaS
komu *, to ruin a person; wzia4
kogo za ~, to collar one; twardego
*viif
stubborn, obstinate; mied
karle6
kogo na i^n, to be troubled with
I
a person.
ianllec ^
to become dwarfish,
decrease.
*ica^
woman-dwarf,
pigmy.
karlowallciec ^
to waste away,
bastardise,
-ty f
dwarfish;
^te
drzewo, dwarf tree.
karmazTii'?
crimson ; l;erme8-oak.
ek
*5 kermes.
-owy
f
crimson.
karmolek ^
caramel.
karmelitlla
^, Carmelite (moak).
<ka^,
Carmelite nun.
karmiila, kann'^,
food; nourish-
ment.
*,c
^^ to feed; nourish;
>C
piersi^y to give suck to, suckle
;
*>t nf
czem, to Uve upon,
'^ciel
^
nourlsher.
'^cielka^,
nurse.
*e-
ni^ nourishment; mt
m>
pieraiami^
nursing.
<ony ^
> '^ szpakami,
canning, sly.
karxnin
"
'Owy ?
carmine.
kammik
"^ fattened pig; stable
for fattening cattle in.
karmny
"
fattened.
kamawai
"i; carnival.
kameol
'^ Cminj cornelian.
kames
"^ (arch.) cornice.
kamllie
<*f*
in discipline.
>08C^,
discipline,
y^
(jur.J penal ; well-
disciplined.
karo ^
^~ orze kartowejj diamond.
*wy
"
krdl ~ ~,
king of diamonds.
karolek
'^ (botj caraway.
karllp'
i;
<o.>/ carp.
*pi, -.piowy
"
of carps, carp . . .
.pi^ ,
young
karpa^,
stunk, stock. [carp.
karpidwka^
flat tile.
kartjla
^, card
;
(atronnica) page
;
fpapieru) leaf;
^-a
wizytowa, (vi-
siting) card.
*ka ^, piece of pa-
per; note of hand;. note; slip of
paper.
kartacz
"^
cartouch, canister-shot.
owy ?
* ~ ogien, grape-shot fire.
kartel
'^ cartel. [to...
kartofllel
";
potato,
-.lany
?
pota-
karton ^
cartoon; pasteboard.
kattowac^^ to contrive a scheme
or plan.
kasztelankfl n
kartoWnik ^
card-maker; oaroh
player.
kartan ^
calico, cotton.
kartuz
"^
Carthusian (friar). M.ek'?
Carthusian pink.
ya^
Carthu-
sian monastery.
karnk
^,
ishiglass, fish-glue.
kary ?
black.
karyllgodnosc ^, punishableness,
culpableness.
^godny
*
punish-
able, culpable.
karyolka^t
gig, whisky.
karzei:
^
dwarf.
kaslla
^, money-box; cash-book;
a
hileiowa, ticket
-
office ;
<^a
ogzczedvciciy saving- bank. <%0"
wy ,
cash . . . yer
'J
cashier,
^-yerski ?
cashier's,
-^yerstwo
^
cashier's office.
kasac 8i
^
^na
<^
to aspire to.
kasac
^? to bite
; (fig.)
to be poig-
nant.
kasacylla ',
cassation,
'jny ? ^
, court of cassation.
k^sek"^
bit, little morsel; tmaczny
~, delicacy, tid-bit.
kasowac
^f
to cancel, rescind,
annihilate, annul.
kasowy ?
vid. kasa.
kastor
'J
fzoj beaver, castor.
*o
wy
f
beaver.
kaBtrllat "?
castrated man
;
fSpie-
wdkj castrate,
^owac ^
to castrate,
geld.
kasyno "J
club-house, casino.
kaszlla, -ka *i
grits jjZ., groats pi.;
.a
perlowa^ pearl-barley;
a
jaglana, millet gruel.
*arz
'^
groats-monger. [to cough.
kaszllel
'^ cough,
lee, --liiad
**?
kaazkief^
shade-bonnet; shako.
kaszta*; (typ.J
case.
kasztan^
chestnut; chestnut-tree;
chestnut
-
horse
;
fbotj ^ dzikiy
horse-chestnut.
rOwaty
f
chest-
nut-coloured, chestnut ; kon -, -,
chestnut-horse.
kasztelalln
"^ castellain, bailiff of
a castle,
-nia
^, castellany.*.iiic7
castellain's son. *]ika^
castel-
72 kasztelanowa
lain*8 daughter.
<>uowa
^, wife
of a castellain.
n8ki
f
castel-
lain's.
*]^8two7
castellany ; castel-
lain and his wife.
kaszywo ^
all sorts of groats.
k&t
'y headsman, hangman, exe-
cutioner; cdz u kata! what the
kat
\
angle; corner. [deuce 1
katafalk 7
hearse, catafalque.
katalog
"^ catalogue.
featanka^,
jacket. [to poultice.
kataplazm
"^ poultice.
iowac
'"f
katar
"^
catarrh, rheum ; cold (in
the head).
*aliiy, *owy ?
catar-
rhal, rheumatic.
katarakta
^, water-fall, cascade
;
(med.J cataract.
katarynka^,
barrel-organ,
katastrofa
^, catastrophe.
katech||6ta, 'ista
*y catechist, lec-
turer, [to catechise.
katecMzIlm"^
catechism,
.owaic^?
katedra
^, professor's chair ; cathe-
dral,
fioj
f
cathedral.
kategorylla
^, category.
..cznie ?
categorically.
'Czny ^
catego-
ric(al).
katek
^
(small) comer.
katnica*",
(med.) blind gut.
katolillcki
"
Roman -
Catholic,
-ctwo^ 'Cyzm
"^
Catholicism.
czka
^,
--k
'?
Roman-Catholic.
katowilac
^^ to scourge, torture,
torment. A'anie
"J
torture, racking,
-nia \
torture-room; (mpczar-
niaj rack.
*iiik
"^ hangman's
assistant, torturer,
-ski, -^y
^
hangman's, executioner's.
katowlty
f
angular;
>a
miara,
iron-rule, square.
katnsza^,
("mpczamiaj rack.
kaucya*",
surety, bail.
kauteryzllacya /,
cauterisation.
'Owac
'^f
to cauterise.
kawa^,
coffee
kawal " piece,
--ek
'^
small piece.
kawalellr

single gentleman,
bachelor; suitor, wooer; (orderuj
knight
;
gentleman
; (
fort) cava-
\ier. i^rski
"
unmarried, single;
kibitka
cbiyalric, knightly.
*rya
^, horse,
cavalry; bachelorship.
.rzystft'^J
horse-man, trooper, cavalier.
kawalkata^, cavalcade.
kawecan
"^
cavesson. [ailing.
kaweczyc ^
to drudge, toil; ba
kawlfiany ?
coffee . . . -iarka
^,
coffee-woman; gossip,
lamia*!
coffee-house,
iarz ^IJ
coffee-
house keeper ; man fond of coffee,
ka
^, coffee;
(om.J
jack-daw.
owy"coffee..
.;
coffee coloured.
kawiar
"^
caviare.
kawon ^
water-melon.
kazailc
'*^^V',
to command, order
;
preach
;
yt
robii, to cause to be
made ;
c
komupowiedzied, to send
a person word.
'Inica^,
pulpit.
-^nie
sermon, lecture. [each.
kazdy
f
every, each; every one.
kazillc ,
to pollute, dishonour,
-ciel
"^
corrupter, destroyer.
kazirolldnik, ''dzca ^
incestuous
person.
.dny,*dzki?
incestuous.
'dztwo'J
incest, incestuousness.
kaimirek ^
cashmere.
kain^i,
penalty, punishment.
kaznodziejIJa
"y preacher,
-.skif
preacher's.
*.Btwo ^
ministry.
kaznar
"^
(om.J cassowary.
kaznb

small vessel of bark.
kaztiistlia ^
casuist,
-yka*",
ca-
suistry, [to time.
kazjTwac
""V"
to preach from time
kdy ? where.
.kolwiek
^^'
whereever.
kfdzierzawllic
^f
ic 8i
T
t^
crisp, curl,
riec ^
to begin
curling.
*0SC^,
curliness.
-.y
?
curly, curly-headed.
k^dzior

lock, curl.
kfpila
*",
ait, small river-island,
iasty ^
shrubby, bushy,
-ina *i
bunch of plants.
kfS
"^
bit, morsel.
k^tnary
pi
,
gauntree.
ki,
-4
^T"
Cvuig.) vid. jakL
kibic*i
waist, stature.
kibitka
'^
kibitka (a kind of Rus-
sian vehicle)-
kicha6
kichllEC, fJiAd ^
to sneeze,
^^a-
nie, 'iiienie
"
sneeze, sneezing
;
proszekna ~ *, sternutative pow-
der.
*awiec, Cbot.J
pellitory.
aczka, *'awka^,
frequent snee^
kiciasty
"
crested, tufted, [zing.
Mecka*,
woman's linen-frock,
kiedy
*^ <fe
f
when ; ~ niekitdy, cow
and then, -wkolwiek*^
whenever.
.8
*^
once, 'xi
"-^
when (then).
kiet ,
fang, tusk; germ, bud;
(o koniuj vjziai na ^, to run away,
bolt, arek
,
germ, bad;
ki
ptiazcxaS, to germinate, bud.
Metllb'
"
groundling, gudgeon,
-"bik
'^
small gudgeon.
Melballsa^,
small sausage.
*,8nl-
ca
^, gut for sausages
;
pork-
butcher(e88).
.snik 'J'^ork-
butcher.
kielillch
'I
cup, chalice
;
Clot.J ca-
lyx.
8zek 'IJ
wine-glass.
kielkowac
^? to bud, germinate.
kielnia^,
troweL
kietznllac
^
to bridle;
ffigJ
to
restrain,
o "J
bridle.
kiep ^
scoundrel, reprobate.
kiepsklli ?
bungling, ill-done, bad.
0
<*? badly.
kierda^, boar.
kiereazowac
^f
to slash, carve.
kiereja^,
fur-coat.
Mermasz
"
consecration of a
church; kermess.
kiemOZ, vid. kierda.
kierowllac '^V'
fczemj to direct,
conduct, govern; (konmi) to man-
age, govern
;
(kogo na coj to des-
tine for . .
.
;
ac *?
cztm, to be
governed by . . . '^anie ^
leading,
conducting; management, direc-
tion.
nictW0 ^
direction, ad-
ministration.
kienmek
'^
direction, course.
kierz,
vid. krzak.
kierznia^,
chum,
kieslla, *ka
*",
purse,
kieszlien
^
pocket.
'Onka
*",
fob.
-onkowe"
pocket-money,
on-
kowy
f
pocket . .
.
kitajka 73
kij
'7 stick; cane, walking-stick,
epl., (fig.)
cudgeling ; e
doatac,
to be cudgeled,
-aszek , -ek

small stick. m.%Q "^
cudgel.
kijanka
U
(lo.) tadpole; beater,
wash-beetle.
kiknt
'^
stump, end ; maimed per
son.
.ad ,
to halt, limp,
kiia*", (mtd.J Bcrotocele.
kilimek
"^
woolen cover.
kilka ^^ several, some,
krod
<*?
several times,
^dziesiat
num.^
about thirty, forty . . . (tiirninety).
nascie
num.^ about thirteen . .
.
(till nineteen).
Mlkoildniowy
^
of several daj^.
-godzinny
f
of several hours,
"letni"
(^f several years,
-^rakif
various, manifold,
-ro ^
several,
some.
'Wyrazowa ^
~-^ iiosiy
(mat.) polynome.
kilku
-^T
several, some,
-wnastn
num., about thirteen . . . (till nine-
teen), [kilometer.
kilollgrain
"i; kilogram,
-metr
'^
kiiowaty
f
herniated.
kim
^^f
instr. od kto.
kinal
(w kartach) knave of clubs
,
(fig.)
rude fellow.
kindiat
"1? poniard, dagger.
kiosk
'^ kiosk.
kipiec
^^ to boil over; boil up.
kir
'^
shroud, pall.
kiryllB "J
cuirass,
-.snik, *syer
'V
cuirassier.
syersM ^
cuirassier's.
kisllC ^
brush
;
(ogona krowy etc.)
bush, tuft; /^5of.^pannicle, cluster,
ciasty
f
panicled
kisllic ,
(ogurki etc.) to preserve,
pickle,
-iec, --nac , kisniec
'^\^
-ic si
^r
to be pickled
;
ferment.
*iel
"J
gruel prepared of leaven
kistka*",
bunch. [and honey.
kiszkjia*",
gut; pudding, sausage;
a kind of hunting-carriage;
.a
odchodowa, rectum.
.Qwy
*
in-
testinal.
kit
^t
cement; putty.
kitl|a,-ka
^, (czub) crest ; bush, tuft
kitaj
"^
buckram, -ka*",
taffeta;
74 kitajkowy
- glancowna, lustring.
*kowy
?
made of taffeta,
kitel ^
frock, smock-frock.
kitowac
''f
to cement, putty.
Mwliac, --nac
""t*
to shak^, agi-
tate
;
fna kogoj to nod to, beckon
to ; giow^
,
to shake one's
head
; ^ * ogonemy to wag its tail,
anie
sif ^
shaking, tottering.
<'lilfde ^
nodding,
beckoning.
kl%b
";
^2 TcwiatdwJ border, flower-
bet.
Ifu
TconiaJ withers pi.
kl%b
^7
olew, skein
;
rdymu^ cloud
;
kl%c ,
to curse, swear; detest,
klacz^, mare. [execrate.
klradka \
very small bridge, gang-
board, [paste.
klajstller
*!? paste.
*rowac^^
to
Wiid pl.t
hards |>I., tow; tuft (of
a hair).
kiam ^
lie.
-^a6 ^
to He.
-^anie ^
lying, telling lies or aiie.
-ca'J
lier.
.liwy ^
lying
; false,
-.gtwo ^
lie; ada6 -^~,-to give a lie.
klamllerka
^, small cramp, 'small
cramp-iron;
(typ.J bracket; (do
iffieszania lieliznyj peg.
.*ra *i
cramp, cramp-iron ; clasp, hook.
'TOwac
^"
to fasten, clasp.
klamka
^, latch
; zamknaS na klam-
k^, to latch.
Maniallc
^V'
to greet ; .m
uniienie !
your servant I
-^c 8i
T
to greet,
salute; revere, reverence;
^j
mu
tif
ode mr{ie, present him my
compliments.
-nie si^^
greeting;
bowing and scraping.
klapa ^, fu
odzieniaj flap, cuflf;
(muz.) key, stop; valve.
klapad sie
""f
(^ hiodej to splash.
ktapallc
'^,
(zfbami) to chatter,
^czkaf^ chatter-bcx.
klapllka
', (nrnz.) key, stop; (od
uchaj lobe;
-^ka
rut muchy, fly-
flap.
'H^'^"?
to clap, smack;
fall down"" heavily.
kiaponchy ^
lap-eared.
klaps
"^ flap, smack.
klaret
^
(winoj claret.
klejnot
klamelfclsta
"7
clarionet, clarinet-
tist.
*t
'^
clarinet,
claxionet
klarowllad
'^f
to clear,
clarify,
'iiy
f
clear; clariOed.
klasa ', class; range; (w HkoU}
form, class.
.
kiasd''? to put, place, lay;
put
on. m.
si^
^'
to lie down;
g& to
bed; be put, be placed; - do
kieszeni, to put into one's pocket.
klaakallc, klasnad^ to clap one'a
hands;
fz biczaj to crack, smack;
applaud.
m,cz
^
clapper, applau-
der.
.nie
^
fz hiczaj cracking;
applause.
klasycznJIie
f
classically; admi-
rably.
*.o6%
classicality.
m,jf
classic(al).
klasyfikowac^? to classify, class.
klasyk
"^
.classical author.
klaszt||6r
"'^
cloister, monastery,
oniy
f
monastic.
klatka
', cage, bird-cage,
U^twa^, curse; anathema.
klanzula^, clause.
klanznra^, seclusion.
klawillatura
^ keyboard, keys pi.
'CjTnbat'^
harpichord.
-'kord'J
clavecin,
.sz
^
CmuzJ key.
kt^bllek";
hank, ball.
icsi^r
to wind, ball.
'Owaty
"
having
the shape of a ball,
^.nszek
^
klec*',
hovel, cot. [small ball.
klecha ^
village -schoolmaster;
sexton, sacristan.
klechda^,
popular tradition.
klecic
^? to make mud-walls;
ffigj
to compile carelessly, bungle.
kl^czllalnik, *nik "ll
praying-desk.
ec
^? to kneel.
.kiem
"f
na
kach,
kneelingly.
kleillc ^f
to glue, lime. -6 si
T
to stick, adhere;
(fig
J to agree.
''StOSC\
stickiness, vi^cousness,
-sty
"
viscous, sticky.
klej
"^ glue
;
(chem.) lute ; ^ nlh
fish-glue, isinglass,
.ek, kleik
"^
slime, gruel; * owsiany, water-
gruel.
>enie ^
smearing with
klejnot
^, jewel. [glue, liming.
klejony
Mejollny
f
p.
od icUi6.
-watosc
*",
glutinousness, gluiness.
-waty"
gluey.
*.wy
?
gluish, glue . .
.
kl^k
"? plough-tail.
klfkllac, -^nac
^? to kneel down.
klekot^
rattling; chatterer, pratt-
ler; bad piano,
^z.t
^V"
to clap,
rattle; (o bocianiej to clatter.
<^anie 7 clacking, rattling; thrum-
ming (on instruments).
*ka
*",
rattle; chatter-box.
klektac,
vid. kUkotai.
klen
"^ (ryhaj ablet, bleak.
klpa^,
slut, slattern.
klepllac
^"
(kucj to hammer
;
/^zic-
mifj
to stamp; (po ramieniu) to
tap (on the shoulder) ;
.ac
lied^,
to suffer want,
.adto
^
(narz^-
dziej rammer, stamper.
*>l8ko
"
threshing-floor,
--ka
^, Cbeczkowa)
stave; butter -roll; braknie mu
piatej
.ki, he is crack-brained.
klepsydra ^, water-clock, clepsy-
dra,
[-yk ^
seminarist.
kler

clergy.
.ycki ^
clerical,
klesk
"7 (ornj cherry-finch.
kleska^, defeat, overthrow; ad-
versity, disaster.
klesnac
^f
to fall in, collapse.
klesnic
^"
to geld, castrate.
kleszcz
^
Cryha
J
^\)ream; (onad)
tick,
-e pl-i
tongs pi.
.yki
pi.,
pincers pi.
[ricinus.
kleszczowizna ^, Palma Christi,
kleta*", clay-cottage.
klienf^ client; customer.
>ela^^
ciientship,
customers pi.
klika*", junto, clique.
klimat
"^
climate.
kiln
'^
wedge; (w mknij gore;
(ziemij neck of land,
-iasty
?
wedge-shaped.
klitka, vid. kleta.
ktobullk, -czniki; n)ot.J coltsfoot.
kloc ^
block, trunk
; ffig.J
block-
head,
[to strike the eye.
kt6c^^ to prick, sting; * woczy,
ki6cic
^f
(plyn) to stir up ; dis-
klusek
75
unite; disturb (peace).
to quarrel, fall out.
Slf
kloda^,
block, stump, trunk.
dlock.
stump, trank;
(fig,)
klddka^,
padlock.
kiodzina
blockhead.
klokolicina
*",
pistachio-tree,
^tko-^
wy ^
~ ~ orzech, pistachio-nut.
klomb,
vid. klab.
klon
'^ plane-tree. [maple.
klonllina
^ maple-wood,
-owy
?
ktonica*^
(u wozaj pin, rundle.
klopollt
'y
grief, sorrow; embar-
-^assment, difficulty; bez
-tXT,
grief-
/
less
; bye w
-.cie,
to be at a loss,
-tac ,
to give sorrow, trouble.
* -
sif "^r
to care for, trouble
oneself about
;
griece at.
-^tliwy
^
grievous, afflicted.
ktos
"^
(Tfot.J ear, spike,
.ek
*?
spikelet.
iany
f
of ears of corn.
*ic 8i
^r
to shoot forth, shoot
into ears,
-.ie
^
ears of com
;
gleaming,
.ieiinica ^, (Tfot.J mud-
wort,
-viasty
f
full of ears or
spikes.
kldsliek"; 'ka^,
dumpling.
kl:6tka,
vid. kiodka.
kl6t!lliwosc ^, quarrelsomeness,
-liwy
"
quarrelsome,
-.nia
*",
quarrel, altercation,
-niarka
^,
quarrelsome woman.
-knik"^ quar-
reler, wrangler.
klub

club.
..ista
"
clubbist,
club-man.
-owy
"
club . . .
kluba
^, block, pulley;
ffig.J
bounds pi., limits pi.
kluc
^"
to peck, pick. .
sie
T
to break forth.
ktuc,
t^id. /c^(5c.
klucz ^
key
;
(anat.) collar-bone
;
(muz.) clef; domain, demesne,
--ka
*",
catch (to receive the hook)
;
snare, springe,
-.kowac
^f
to
tergiversate,
nica
^, house-maid,
house-keeper,
-.nik ^
door-kee-
per,
-yk
"^
small key; (bot.)
primrose, cow-slip.
kluka
*",
hook; great awkword
nose. [trotter.
kins ^
ambling pace,
--ak
'^
klnsek, vid. kldeek.
76 kiusowa6
kinsowac ""V-
to trot.
kiykiec ^
articulation, joint.
kmiellc
'^ peasant (possessing a
hide of land).
*cy
'f
peasant.
]nnin,'ek
^6o^> cumin, caraway;
cumin-sed.
'*k6wka
^, cumin-
brandy,
--kowy ^
cumin . . .
;
zupa
-kowa,
soup made with
cumin-seed.
kmiotek,
vid. Jcmiec.
kmoszka,
vid. kumoszka.
kmotr
^
godfather; stac w
--y,
to

stand godfather, stand godmother,


.a^,
godmother,
ostwo
"
god-
fathership, sponsorship, -vowski
"
godfather's, godmother's.
faiebllel "
cudgel
;
gag.
-lowac
^"
to bind, tie, gag. [gold.
kniat, kniec
'^
ChotJ marsh-marl-
knillai

(Russian) prince.
*.ehy-
niat^-ehyni^i
(Russian) princess.
knieja
^, hunting-ground.
knot ^
wick; match, lunt.
knowllac, knnc
^^ to plot, con-
trive;
-ac
spisek^ to lay a plot.
aiue ^
contriving.
knur,
vid. Vierda.
knnt
knout.
>owac
^^ to knout.
koadjutor^
coadjutor; cobishop.
ka^,
coadjutrix.
*.ski
f
coad-
jutant.
<.stwo "J
coadjutorship.
koalicya^,
alliance, coalition.
kobalt
^
(min.) cobalt.
kobeznik "IJ
bag-piper.
kobialka
^, basket, wicker-basket.
kobieciliarz
*^ ladies' man, fop.
ilia
^, pitiable, good womlin.
-.y
"
womanish.
kODielillc 8i
"^r
Co
materyachj to
bag, pucker.
.stOSC*",
bagginess.
^-Sty
"
baggy, puckery.
kobierilczyk '^
small carpet.
-nik'^
carpet -maker,
--zee
'^
carpet;
(fig.Jstan(}6nam,cxi^io get married.
kobietllaf^
woman,
-.ka
^, little
woman
;
(fam.) goody.
kobns
"^ (om.) hobby.
kobyllla \
fklaczj mare;
Cvulg.J
awkward woman.
*.li
"
mare . .
.
,
mare's.
>lica
^t
bar , barrier
;
kokoszyd sig
sawing-block, jack.
.Una
^, horse-
flesh,
ika*", young mare; Czo.}
grasshopper. [vid. kobeznik.
kobzlla^,
fmuz.) bag- pipe.
*.iarz,
koc
^y shaggy coverlet.
kockallc ^f^ ts> love.
-*c
sif ^
(xo kimj to be in love with one
5
love each other,
-.nek

lover;
favourite, darling.
-*nica*',
mis-
tress, woman in keeping,
.nie
love; (osohaj darling; moje^^f
my love!
^nka
^, sweetheart,
^-ny
"
dear, beloved.
koci
f
cat's, cat
... ; ^ ogon, cat's
tail Ctez hot.
J] .e
oko, (min.J cat's
eye ;
*.e
zloto
,
(min.J yellow
glimmer,
-anki pi., (hot.) cat-
kin,
.c
sif ^r
Co kociej to kitten;
Co
koziej to kid.
.e
"!
kitten,
pussy-cat.
kociel
"^
kettle, caldron; kettle-
drum, -wek
^
small kettle.
kocisko ^
tomcat.
kociuba^, pot-ladle; oven-rake.
kocz
"^
coach, calash.
koczkodan
"^J
Czo.j baboon
; Cfig.J
ugly woman.
koczowllac
^^ to nomadise; en-
camp, be encamped,
-anie"
--niczosc^, nomadism.
Msko
"
encampment.
koczyk
"
chaise.
kogO
-^^.^
Sfen.
(fe accu5. od kto.
kognlici
"
cock's, cock ...
-t
"
cock. [iiieniej to quench,
koic
^"
to appease, soften
;
("prag"
kojarzyc
^^ *
si
^f
to unite, join.
kojec

hen-house.
kokcynela*",
cochineal.
kokietlla, -ka
^, coquette, flirt.
-*o-
wac
^^ to flirt, coquet.
*owa*'
nie ^
flirtation.
koklusz ^
hooping-cough.
kokoryczka
V6o^>'Salomon'8 8eal
kokos
'^
cocoanut
-
tree , cocoa,
-owy"
cocoa...; ~~ orzech, co-
coanut.
kokosz,-ka
^, hen ... .y ^
hen . .
.
;
i^a wojna, war without fighting.
yc si
^r
to boast, brag.
kokot
kokot,
vid. kogut. [stifTen.
k6i

peg, stake; koiem stanac, to
kolacy
"
thorny, prickly.
kolacya^,
collation, supper; (urz^-
du koicielnegoj collation.
kol:acz
"^
cake; bez pracy, niema
*a,
no pains, no gains.
kolanliko
"
small knee; /^&o^^ knot,
node,
'kowato "? with nodes,
knottily.
~kowatoSC^,
nodosity,
knobbiness.
.kowaty
"
kneed,
nodose,
.o
"
knee
;
frzekij turn.
-owy
"
kosc
*.owa,
knee-cap.
kolaslla, -^ka^, chaise.
kolat ^ -'anie
"
fdo drzwij knock-
ing
;
rattling.
*ac
^? ('do drzwij
to knock ; rattle
; Cf.gJ
to solicit
(a person),
-.ac
sif ^f
to stroll,
ramble,
-.ek
"^
wood
-
fretter.
-ka*", CnarzfdzieJ knocker.
kolator
"^
collator, advowee,
-ka
",
collatress.
-.ski
f
collator's,
^stwo
"J
collation.
kolba ^,
fu
strzelbyj butt-end;
fu
siodtaj pommel.
kolclle ^
ring
: (u pancerza) link^
nose-ring.
-*ow6j
'^ (hot.) com-
mon silax.
kolczila
*",
running at the ring.
,y
^
ring . . .
kolczak
",'
(hot.) hydnum.
kolczan
"7 quiver.
kolczuga^,
ring-mail.
kolczyk
"7
ear-ring.
kolczysty
^
prickly, throny.
koldra
*",
bed-quilt, cover of a bed.
Koi?
^^^,
od kloc.
kolebllac
^? to rock (in a craddle).
*ka*",
craddle. [tongue.
kolec"
thorn, prickle
;
fu
sprzaczkij
kdteczko
'J
ringlet, little ring.
kol||da
,
--enda
^, Christmas-box,
New-Year's gift ; Christmas.
kolegila
1? colleague,
-.ium ^
col-
leagueship; college; lecture,
--o-
wac
^"
fz
kimj to be one's col-
league.
koleilisty
"
full of tracks,
^j
'^
track, rut; succession; turn; (ze-
laznaj railway ;
ino,
po kolei, ko-
kolowanie 77
Ifja, by turns, by files; succes-
sively.
*jny
"
circular, circula-
ting; successive.
kotek

peg, plug.
kolekta^,
collection.
kolenda,
vid. kol^da.
kolesnilla
^, wheeler's working-
room,
.k'^
wheeler, cart-wright.
kolezllanka
^, (female) companion,
fellow,
-.enski"
collegiate, good
colleague's,
^enstwo "J
comerade-
ship, fellowship, -wka*^ companion,
comrade. [ming-bird.
koliber

(om.J colibri, hum-
koligallcic si
'"V
to become rela-
ted by marriage , enter into re-
lations,
cya^,
affinity, alliance,
-t
^
person related by marriage.
kolistllO
**? circularly.
-..OSC
^% cir-
cularity,
-y
f
circular.
kolka
^, colic, gripes pi.
kdlko"?
small wheel; ringlet; cir-
clet;
(fig.
J circle (of friends etc.);
(ostrogij rowel.
kolnac
^"
to sting, prick.
kohiierz
'^ collar
; cape, pelerine,
.yk
'^
shirt-collar.
kolnik
"y (hot.) naphew.
koto
"
wheel
;
fu
wozaj cart-wheel
;
circle; (garncarskitj potter's
wheel. [nearly.
kolo^'^'fe^i^
round; near; about,
kotodziej ^
wheel-wright.
ka^,
cartwright's wife; cartwright's
trade,
--ski? wheelright's.*stW0^
wheel-right's trade.
kolofonia^i
colophony.
kolomaz
U
grease for carriages.
koloniila
^, colony,
-sta

settler,
colonist.
kolor ^
colour, paint
;
(lu kartachj
suit, -vowac
^f
to colour, dye.
owy
? coloured,
-^ysta
'^ co-
lourist. iwyt
'^
colouring.
*yzO
wac
^*?
to colour, illuminate.
kolos^
colossus.
*.al2iy?^
colossal,
colossean,
koiowllac '"V'
to circulate, turn
round; take a roundabout way.
-'anie'I
circulation ; taking round-
18
kolownik
nik ^
bicyclist, about ways.
Teloclpedist.
koiowrot
"^ axle-tree, arbor;
turnspit, roasting-jack; spinning-
wheel. ek
"^ spinning-wheel;
reel, yarn-winder.^ny" orbicular.
koiowy ^
circular ; wheel . .
.
kolpak
"^ bearskin cap.
kottiui
"^ plica (Polouica).
--ia-
sty, iaty
f
elf-locked, [nade.
koliiiiiiia\
column.
<'da^,
colon-
kol^^sllac
^^ to rock (in a cradle).
**ac 8i
^r
to swing, see-saw:
(o okrpdej to roll, reel,
^^.ailie ,
rocking. *anka^,
lullaby,
-ka*',
cradle.
koma,
vid. przecinek.
komandor ^
commander (of an
order), ya^,
commandery.
komar

gnat.
kombinacya
^, combination.
komedylla <i
comedy.
*ancki
f
comic(al).
'>antka ^,
CfigJ
actress,
player.
komendlla^,
command; fmil.Jd.e-
tachment. <ailt ^
commander,
governor. A>erowac
^"
fmilj to
command.
,
[order).
komendarz
"^
commander (of an
komentarz

commentary.
komeraz
"^ gossip, gossiping.
l.oineszka^,
alb, surplice.
kometa ^
<fe ^, comet.
komi||cznie"^?comically.
>cznosc
^,
the comic; comicality,
-czny
"
comic ; comical, odd.
k
"
comic
actor.
komin
"^
chimney,
^-ek
"
fire-
place; jump, leap (upwards).
*.iar-
czyk ^
chimney- sweeper's ap-
prentice.
iarski ^
chimney-
sweeper's,
-.iarz ^
chimney-
sweeper, sweeper.
'owe 7
hearth-
money.
komis"?
commission, order.
*ant
commissary; agent, commissio-
ner. 4ar8ki
"
commissary's;
commissional.
*arz ^
commissa-
ry;
commissioner,
-owy ^
biuro
owe,
commission-agency.
*ya
',
koinumkowa6
commitee (body of men);
*.ya
iledcza, commitee of inquiry.
komitywa *i
footing, relations j?l.
;
by6 z kirn w dobrej
komitywiCf tO
be on good terms with one.
komiz,
vid. kumys.
komiiata
*",
room, chamber.
komollnik, *nnik
cavalry, horse-
men; ^nnikiem, on horseback.
komoda
^, chest of drawers, com-
komor,
vid. komar. [mode.
komllora^,
room; (celna) custom-
house.
<*>6x\iZ.\
little bed-room;
(w plastrze mioduj cell, alveole;
cell ; ^ ^ sercowa, ventricle of the
heart,
^-drkowaty ?
cellulous,
cellular.
komomlle ^
rent, hire,
-ica
*",
lodger ; cottager.
*.iczy
f
lodger's
;
cottager's.
*ik
"^
lodger, tenant;
farm-hand, cottager;
fjur.J
ap-
paritor.
komosic si
^f
to grow angry.
kompan
^
partner, companion,
-ia^,
company
ftez mil
J.
kompas
"^
compass; sun-dial.
komplemenllcista
"^
complimen-
ter.
-.t ^
attention, civility.
komplet
"^
completeness; com-
plete collection,
-.ny ^
complete.
*OWac
^? to complete,
"^owa-
nie
"
completion, completing.
koi^ponilista
'^
composer,
-o-
wac
"^^^
to compose. [post.
kompost
"^ Csztuczny nawdzj com-
kompozyllcya
*",
composition.
-*ta ^
Cjur.J
agreement; money paid in
lieu of tithes.
*.tor, ''torka, vid.
komponista.
kompromills
^
fjur.J
compromise,
-towac*'"
to compromise, expose.
komput
"^
preserves, stewed fruit.
"Owy
f
-- zoinierz, regular.
komunia
^, communion, the Lord's
Supper.
komtur,
vid komendor.
komunikllacya
^, communication.
acyjny ?
junction
-.ant
"J
communicant; host, holy wafer.
-owac
^"?
to receive the sacra-
komunista
ment ; communicate. >
sie
^
(z kimj to maintain relations
with...;
Co
chorobachj to be in-
fectious, [communism.
komunillsta
"^
communist,
.zm
"^
komysz
"^
thicket.
komza,
vid. komeszka.
kon
"^
horse; horseman; wsiasc
na *. lub konia, to get on horse-
back; - dyszlowt/f thill -horse;
~ lejcowy, leader; ^ przyprzezny,
led-horse; ~ rzeczny,
hippopota-
mus
;
~ siwojdblkowity^
apple-gray
horse ; ~ siwy, white horse, gray-
horse
;
*/ szpakowaty,
gray-horse
;
~ wierzchowy,
riding-horse.
konallc
^? to be breathing one's
last, give the last gasp; ekpire.
^jacy
"
expiring, dying, agoni-
sing.
*,nie ^
death-struggle.
konar
"^
bough, branch.
koncepilcista

witling.
-,t
"^
sudden idea, sally (of wit)
;
joke,
jest; rough copy.
koncerllcista

performer at a
concert.
*,t '^
concert.
*.towy
"
koncka
^, mussel.
[concert . .
.
konc||6wka
<",
final syllable.*owy
^
final, end . .
.
koncyliuni
^
council.
konczllato, *asto <^? pointedly,
'atosc ^, pointedness.
-^aty
^
pointed, sharp,
-^yc
^^? to finish,
end, terminate, be in the last
agonies,
-^yc si
"^f
to end, be
over, be finished,
.yna^,
ex-
treme, extremity.
kondek
'^
Cvuig.j bit.
kondel,
vid. kundel.
kondemnata
^.
condemnation for
contumacy.
kondolencya ^, condolence.
kondor "i;
ComJ condor.
konduita^, conduct, deportment.
kondukt
"^
funeral procession.
konduktor"^ lighting-rod; guard,
conductor.
kondycya
^, condition
;
(aluzba)
employment; iU w kondycy^, to
take an employment.
konklawo
7d
konellw*, -^wka^", pail, bucket.
konfederilacki
^
confederate,
--acya*", confederation, confede-
racy,
-at '^
confederate,
-.atka^,
confederate's cap.
-owac sig T
to confederate.
konfekt
"^
CaptekarskiJ confection
;
confect, confectionery.
konferencya
*",
conference.
konfesyonal
"7
confessional.
konfidenlicyonalnie
<^p confiden-
tially, seize.
-.cya
^, familiaritiespJ.
.t
"^ familiar (showing familia-
rities with superiors).
konfirmacya
^, confirmation.
konfiskilata
*",
confiscation; confis-
cated goods.
'Owac
"'l!'
to confis-
cate,
.owanie
"
confiscation.
konfitnra
*i
comfits pi., confectio-
nery.
konfortatywa
^, restorative.
konfrontowallc
^? to confront;.
fpisma) to compare.
^iiie con-
frontation.
konfuzya^, confusion.
kongregacya
^, congregation.
kongres
",'
congress.
koniak
"7
cognac.
koniarz
"^
horse-deale!*.
koniczyna^, clover, trefoil.
koniec
"^
end, extremity
;
fpidra}
nib; (jezykaj tip; end, purpose;
~ koncow, finally, in conclusion.
koniecznilie ^^ necessarily ; abso-
lutely, by all means,
-^osc^,
ne-
cessity; z
*osci,
of necessity,
*.y ^
necessary.
konillk'^
pony; hobby-horse;
Cw
szachachj knight.
<*iia^,
horse-
flesh,
-trud
";
C^ot.J
hedge-hys-
sop, gratiola.
konjugacya ^, ^grram.^ conjugation.
konjunktura
^, conjuncture, coin-
cidence of circumstances.
koniuszek
"i; lappet; (ucha) lobe.
koniuszllostwo \
equerryship.
-OWSki?^
equerry's, .y
'^
master
of the horse, equerry.
*yna
equerry's wife.
konklawe \
conclave.
60
konkhizya
konkluzya^,
conclusion.
konkordat
^y concordat,
konknrllencya ^,
competition; su-
ing for.
.ent ^
suitor, wooer.
*Owac
^^ to court; sue.
konknrs
%' competition; bank-
rupcy, insolvency. [suit.
konkiiry
pi, love-making, love-
konnliica
*",
cavalry , horsemen,
horse,
-o
"f
on horseback, -y
"
on horseback; equestrian,
-y
^
rider, horseman; trooper.
konopltiasty ?
hemp-like, ^^iepl.,
hemp,
-ka*", <ornJ linnet; fbct.)
water- plantain,
-^nica ^, fbot.J
water-hemp,
-.ny
"
hempen.
konowallt
""i
vid. tutttrynarz. .!-
stwo
"
veterinary science.
konsekwenllcya
^, consequence;
consistency,
-^tnosc
",
consistency.
*tny
"
consistent, consequent.
konsens ^
consent.
konserwlla ^,
preserve, confectio-
nery. -*y pi., (okularyj preserves
konserwallcyjny
"
conservative.
tor
'^
conservator.
konsM ^
horse . .
.
konsola^,
pier-table.
konsolacya ^, consolation;
(figj
children.
konspirllacya*",
conspiration,
-o-
wac
"^.^
to conspire.
konstytncylla \
constitution
;
(da-
la) complexion, constitution, -^j-
ny
"
constitutional.
konsTil
'^ consul.
-.amy ?
con-
sular.
-*at ^
consulship, consu-
late.
A'OStwo ^
consulship,
-o-
wa^,
consul's wife,
-.owski
f
consul's.
konsnmpcya
^, consumption.
konsyderacya
*",
esteem, respect.
konsyliarz ' councillor; title of
honour given to a physician.
konsystencya
^, compactness, con-
sistency; cantonment.
konsystollrski
f
consistory,
--rz
"^
consistory, spiritual court.
konszachty i?l.,
prevarication,
collusion.
kopanie
kontent
f
content,
contented,
satisfied,
-owac
'"^
to content,
satisfy. --
sig
^f
to rest (be)
content with.
konterfekt
"^ portrait, image.
konto
"
account; na * Tno/e,
for
my account.
kontrabandlia
*",
contraband, ^-y^^
Sta
"
contrabandist, smuggler.
kontrakt'^arguin, coritract.^yp?.,
meeting of landowners formaking
agreements with form-labourers.
owy
"
conventional, stipulated.
ujacy
f
<fc
f
contracting, con-
kontfast
'^
contrast. [tractor.
kontrollla
^,control,check- account.
er ^
controller,
^^owac
^^ to
control, check. [tilla.
kontasik
^
fdla kohittyj man-
kontnsz ^
a kind of great-coat
(in Poland).
kontuzya
*",
contusion.
kontyngens ^
contingent.
konwaUa^, fhotj May-flower.
konwencylla
^, convention, agree-
ment,
-jny
"
conventional.
konwent
",' assembly, convention.
-owy
"
convention . .
.
, con-
ventional.
konwersacya
*",
conversation.
konwikt
"^
educational establish-
ment, boarding-school.
konwisalirsM
"
pewterer's.
-rz
"J
tinfounder, pewterer.
konwli6j ^
'escort, convoy. m>o]o
wac ,
to escort, convoy.
konwokacya ^
convocation.
konwulsylla
^, convulsion,
jny?
convulsive. [scores.
kopa
^, three-score; ~. mi, by three-
kopac
'*^^
to dig, delve.
kopallc, kopnac
^f
(nogaj to kick,
*CZ
"^ digger.
kopal
1? copal.
kopalnljia \
mine;
*.ia
srebrof
silver -mine;
-*.ia
zlota, gold-
mine,
'ictwo^'
science of mining,
-y

fossil.
kopanica*",
canal; ditch-
kopauie ^
digging.
kopanka KOrzenny 81
kopanka,
vid. niecka.
kopciii'c^'/^
to smoke; to get sooty,
tarnish by smoking; (fajke) to
smoke,
-ucll
"^ grimy fellow.
-dym
'^
slovenly cook ; smoker,
kopczyzna
^, the sixteenth portion
of the produce given to the
ploughers.
kopec ^
smoke, soot,
koper'^ fhotj dill
;
(wloski) fennel.
koperczaM i>l.,
compliments pi.
kopersztych
"^ engraving (on pla-
te), copperplate.
koperta ^, (UstuJ envelope ; watch-
koperwas ^
vitriol. [case,
kopilla^, copy; spear, lance; Icru-
szyc -62 A;m, to enter the lists
against one.
jnik ^
spearman,
lancer.
kopiec
'^
boundary-hill; barrow,
kopiejka^, kopek. [knoll,
kopiowac
""^
to copy.
kopnilac,
db. kopac.
-.i^cie ^
kick,
kopny*"^ Co
zhozuj abundant, pro-
kopr, vid, koper. [ductive.
koprowllina
^, coppers pi., copper
coin ; copper,
-y ^
copper, cop-
kopula^, cupola, dome. [pery.
kopyllciasty
f
hoofed,
--tkowe
"",
turnpike-toll (for draught-cattle).
^-to 7
hoof; (sztwskiej last.
^-tO-
wy ^
hoof-shaped.
kopy!!sc, *stka^,
pot-ladle,
kopytnik
'^
hazel-wort.
iora^, rind, bark.
korab'
"5 ship; Noah's ark.
koral
i;
coral.
e
ph, string of
corals,
-.owy ?
coral, coralline,
kbran i; Coran.
korba^, crank, winch, crooked
korbal, vid. dynia. [handle,
korbacz "IJ
leather-whip.
korcic
^*^
to vex, irk.
kordl? sabre,
-elas"^ ^w^J^^ banger,
cutlass.
kordon
^
(mil.) cordon,
kordyalllny
"
cordial, affectionate.
*i
'^
cordial, cardiac,
korek
"^
cork, stopper,
korektila
^, correction (of the press).
^z^6 poUkO'angielska,
*.or ^
corrector- (of the press)^
proof-reader.
korespondljencya
^, correspon-
dency,
.ent
'? correspondent,
-^owac
""V"
to correspond (with).
korkowy ^
corky, cork . .
.
; drzt'
wo korkowe, cork-wood.
kornak ^
bear-leader.
kornet
"^ (muz.) comet.
korniiie
"? humbly,
-.y
f
humble.
korona \
crown ; coronet
;
(z kwia-
iowj wreath; (lot.J corol(la).
-cya
^, coronation.
'Cyjny
f
coronation . . . rt
"^ crowned head,
monarch. [sian Poland).
koroniarz
"^ Pole (native of Rus-
koronklla
^, rosary, chaplet of
beads; ^u sukienj lace,
-arz
"^
lace-maker..
*owy
f
lace . .
.
koronllny ^
crown . . . , of the
crown; zioto
-.ne,
gold of eigh-
teen carats.
>owac
""f
to crown.
'-'
Sif ^r
to be crowned.
korowaj
"^ wedding-cake.
korow6d'^
procession; ^zpochod^
niami, torch-light procession.
korowodyi'2.,
formalitiesj?l., cere-
monies pi.
korporat
"^ corporal.
korpulls
"^
fmilj army-corps ; body
(of troops);
-^s
kadetdw, cade^
company;
--s oficerdw, body of
officers, -vsny, -sowy?
of army-
corps.
korsajlrski
?
piratical,
-rstwo
"
piracy,
--rz ^
corsair, pirate.
kortyna
^, curtain
;
(fort.) middle
korweta^,
corvette. [rampart.
korytarz
'^ corridor, passage.
korytllko "J
small trough. m,Q
7
trough; (rzekij bed, channel.
korzec
"^ bushel.
korzeiln
"^ root
ftJ
figJ; --nie
wonne, spices pi
,
aromatics;
.nie
puszczac, to take root,
'^nia-
sty ?
rooty,
-nic si
^f
to take
root.
ni6wka ^, fbot.) mono-
tropa.
-niowy
f
radical, prin-
cipal. A-nnik

grocer, spicer.
'-nny ?
aromatic, spicy; of spices.
6
S2 korzonek
korzonek ^
radicle.
korzyc
^^ to humble.
si
^f
to
humble oneself.
korzylisc
^, advantage, profit,
~stac
^^
^2
czegoj to have the
advantage of, to profit from (by).
-stnosc
^, advantageousness.
^stny
"
advantageous, profitable.
kos
^
fomj
blackbird.
kosa^,
scythe; curl, ringlets
kosaciec
"? ^6o^^ flower-de-luce.
kosarz
'^ mower; /'zoj father-
kosba^,
mowing. ("long-legs.
kos||c<i
bone;
ffigj
-.p
niezgody,
apple of discord;
*.c
sloniowa,
ivory,
--ciany
*? bony, made of
bone. 'Ciec, Kostniec
*^?
to os-
sify ;
become torpid, get numbed.
kosciilelny ^
church . .
.
, eccle-
siastic(al}.
*.elny
'^ sexton, sa-
cristan. .61'^ church.
*.otek "IJ
Bmall church. [bony.
koscillotrup
^J
skeleton,
-.sty
Y
kosillarz

mower,
-c
'''^
to mow.
*dio
"I
handle of a scythe.
*.sko "J
deformed scythe; handle of a
scythe,
sty
"
crooked, in the
shape of a scythe ; woz

, hooked
chariot.
koslawllic
"^^
to crook, curve;
{trzewikj to tread down.
*iec
'*^V'
to become bandy-legged,
.y
^
obliquCj wry; bandy-legged.
kosmacillc
'^^
to make shagged,
ragged. <ec^^to become shagged.
*.zna^,
shaggedness; furriery.
kosmacz
'^
a kind of sheat-fish.
ek
"^
fbot.J
hawk-weed.
kosmatllka
^, rough wheat,
-.y
f
nappy, hirsute.
kosmogoniila^,
cosmogony.*.czny^
cosmogonic(al).
kosmoljgrafia
^, cosmography.-.lo-
gia^,
cosmology,
-vpolita ^
cos-
mopolite,
'polltyczny ^
cosmo-
politan.
*-polityzin';
cosmopoli-
kosmyk ^
curl, ringlet. [tism.
kosnica,kostiiica
^, charnel-house,
dead- house; ossuary.
kosodrzewina
^, knee-timber.
koszykarz
kosooH
f
squint-eyed.
kosterlia
"5 dicer.
-.sM
f
dicer's,
-stwo
"? gaming at dice, dicing.
kostklla
^, ^u refti; knuckle
;
(unogi)
hucklebone, ankle; (do graniaj
die;
fo
materyij w *.!, checked,
chequered.
'*>0W2inyf fo
materyij
checked.
kostnica^, vid. ko^nica.
kostniellc, vid. koiciec.
.nie ^
os-
sification.
kostrzewa^", fhotj fescue-grass.
kostur,
vid. kosztur.
kosy
"
falcate; crooked.
kosynier
"^
soldier armed with
a scythe.
kosz'?
basket, crate;
fna
lieliznej
buck-basket; fszancowyj gabion;
(masztowy) crow's nest, mast-
head
; (fig.)
osiasc na
-u,
to meet
with a refusal ; to be in a scrape.
koszalka
^, rush-basket; fplescj
A;o5zaifci opaifcf, stufFand nonsense.
koszarlla
*",
pen, pinfold,
-^y
pl.^
barracks.
f^mouse.
koszatka^,
loir;
fzo.J
large dor-
koszenie ^
mowing.
koszer

pure meat (among the
Jews).
*,ne ^
money paid for
cleaning (according to the Jewish
rite).
-*,ny
f
clean according to
the Jewish rite.
koszlawic,
vid. koslawic.
koszowy ,
basket . .
.
koszt'^
expense;
.a
i^odroiy, tra-
velling-expenses;
*,a
sadowe, law-
charges.
kosztowllac'"?^
to cost, stand in,
bear a price; taste; co kosztuje?
how much?
-nie'^''?
expensively,
'^nosci pl-i
valuables pi.
*.ny
^
costly, precious.
kosztur
"^
leaning-staflf;
fzoj cul-
trate cyprinus.
koszullla
^, shirt; (kohieca) shift,
chemise.
*.ka^,
chemise for a child.
koszyk
'^ basket, hamper; z
robota, work-basket,
-varstwo ^
basketry, basket-making,
-^arz'?
basket-maker.
kot
kot
'J
(zoj cat ; maie-cat , tqm**^
cat; (u myiliwych) hare.
kotara^,
(bed-)ciirtain;
kotek
"
pussy-cat, kitten.
kotew*,
vid. kotwica.
kotka<;
kitten; (T>ot.J katkln.
kotlallrczyk
T
coppersmith's ap-
prentice,
^rka
^, coppersmith's
wife; braziery.
^rski f
copper-
Bmith's.^
'rstwo 7
braziery.
^rz
"^
coppershiith, brazier.
kotlet
"^
cutlet.
kotllna^, fife-place; kettle-hole;
f^zajacaj- form.
kotly
pi., kettledrum.
kotna
f
pregnant, with young.
kotwilica
^y ancDor.
.czne ^
anch-
orage(-duty).
czny
f
anchor . .
.
;
Una
^czna,
cable.
kowac,
vid. ku6. [anvil.
kowadljelko
"
("w uchuj incus.
-*to^
kowal smith; farrier; hammer-
smith;
Czo.J silver-fish,
-czyk'^
journeyman smith.
<*'icna
^,
smith's wife,
-.ik
"
Com.J spider-
catcher,
-ka
^, smith's 'Wife;
smith's trade.
-nia *i
forge, smithy,
-ski
f
smith's.
'8tW0 ^
smith's
kowanie,
vid. kude. [trade.
koza
*,
goat, she-goat; </igr.> prison,
jail; (dzikaj chamois; bag-pipe.
kozallcki ?
Cossack's
;
po kozacku,
thoughtlessly, frivolously.
*.czek
^
horse-boy, groom,
-k'^
Cossack;
Cossack's dance; C^ot.) boletus;
to
-.k,
he is a frivolous person.
kozerlla
^, {vo kartach) trump.^-ny
"
of trumps, trump . . .
^owac
'^^
to trump.
kozi ?
goat's, goat . .
. ;
(botj
*a
brddka, goat's beard ; - er, goat-
cheese.
kozillarka ^, goatherd'^ wife,
amia
*",
pen for goatsi
'arz
'^
goatherd,
-^brbd
igkowy, fbotj
goat's beard.
*ca
^, plough-handle.
*'ei'^ (zo.J he-goat; coach-box;
(narz^dzie) trestle; somersault.
kozty pl-t
sawing
-
block
,
jack
;
kraik 83
roof-spar, rafter,
-etek, otek'!;
kid ; somersault.
.iia
\
goat's
kozik
1?
weeding-knife. [flesh.
kOZiot,
vid. kotiei,
rkowaC
^f
to make somersaults,
koziollnogi ?
having the feet of
a goat,
^roiec'^ Czo.J ihex, stone-
buck; (a$tr.J Capricorn.
k6zka^,
small goat; fryha) suck-
Kozlak
"
(hot.) boletus. [stone.
kozlallrka, '^XZ,
vid. koziarka, ko-
ziarz.
kozl||%tko,
^^ ^
Czo.J kid.
'^^cina
^,
kid (meat),
^cy ^
kid's ;
*.ca
skdra, kidskin.
^i
f
goatish,
-ic
si?
^r
to kid.
koztowliac
^V'
to be frisky, frolic,
-y
f
buck's;
^^a
skdrka^ buck-
skin.
['Pas
'^ goatherd.
kozo||d6j
*? (orn.J goat- sucker.
kozubek
^^
small basket made of
bark.
koznch"?
sheepskin fur; skin (on
milk),
.owac
^^(drzewaj to graft.
-^OWiec
'^
fur-moth.
kozula
^, angling-line with several
fishing-hooks.
kozuszek
"^
small sheepskin fur;
skin (on milk).
kpac
^? to chide, scold.
^
kpiarz
'^
scoffer, mocker.
kpillc
"^
(z kogoj to jeer at one.
*'Ca^,
foolish woman,
-.nki
j>i.,
-ny
pi; mockery, scoff; -- z kogo
rdhiCy to make a fool of a person.
^sko \
great fool.
kra^,
flake of ice.
krab "IJ fzo.J
crab. [quered.
kraciasty
f^
grated, latticed ; che-
kradzillez
^, theft, robbery.
*oiiy?
stolen; secret, concealed.
kr%g
"^
circle
;
faatr.J orbtt
;
(wosku)
cake ; disk ; vid. pi. : kr^gL
'lak 'I
piece of fir -timber or round-
wood.
*lica^,
top, gig.
-io
"?
roundly,
iy ^
round.
krallina^",
region, country;
(fig.)
province, sphere, -^jlj country;
border, extremity, outskirts pi,
-ik
'y
small country
;
petty state.
6*
64
kraja6
krajllac
^^ to cut ;
carve
; (fig.
n.
p.
sercej to pierce, -^anka^,
cow-
cheese (in chape of small bricks).
faaicar
",'
kreuzer.
kraiczllostwo "i
office of trencher-
knight, ^.y
"^
trencher- knight.
--yna
^, trencher-knight's lady.
kraika^,
selvage, broder.
]ra]obraz
'"
landscape.
krajopis
'"
chorographer; choro-
graphy.
-^arstwo "l
chorography.
krajowiliec
%'
native. *.y
^
native,
home-grown.
krakac
^f
to croak.
kralka^, fw
kartachj ten.
kram ^
shop, retail-shop.
*.arka
^,
tradeswoman,
^-arski"
retailer's
arz

shop
-
keeper , retailer.
--arzyc
^? to carry on a trade.
"^
si
^r
to quarrel, dispute.
-ik
"^
small shop,
*nyf
shoppy.
kraniec'^
extremity, brink, border.
krasa ^i
beauty, grace,
^-wica
^,
beauty, beautiful woman.
krasc
^^ to steal.
krasic^^
to fatten
; Cfig J
to adorn;
colour (especially red).
kraska^,
(omj jay.
krasny ?
beautiful.
3a:asny ^
fat.
krasomdwiica
"^
declaimer, fine
speaker,
--ski
"'
declamatory;
rhetorical,
-.stwo ^
eloquence
;
rhetoric.
kratila^,
grate, trellis, lattice; (w
materyij chequer
;
(materyaj w
^y,
chequered,
-ka^,
small grate;
fw
materyij chequer.
-*ki
pi., (sa-
dowej bar.
^kowac^^to
chequer.
krawalnica
*",
cutting-out board
of the shoemaker.
krawata
^, neck-tie, cravat, stock.
kraw!!cowa
^, tailoress, dress-
maker.
*czyk
'^ journeyman
tailor,
-iec
"^ tailor,
.iecki
^
tailor's,
.iectwo
"J
'iecczyzna
^,
trade of a tailor, tailor's business.
krawedz
'j edge, brim, border.
krailiek
"^
round slice; small cir-
cle; disk.
*.eilie ^
circulation
i
kretes
fpo
morzuj cruise,
-yc ^
to
circulate; cruise; Ckolo czegoj to
hover about. [ling.
kreatura^,
creature;
("fig.
J hire-
krellcenie " turning
;
prevarication.
'Cic
^'^V'
*o turn, twist;
CfigJ
to
prevaricate ; glowa^ to shake
one's head.
*cic sie
"^f
to bustle
about
;
fo
co lub za ^czemj to look
out or cast about for a thing; to
writhe; m^oX mi sie'w oczach, I fee!
giddy,
^cicki "^'^cicka*;
busy-
body.
-*cidlo
"
fly-wheel.
-*.ciel-
Stwo 7
bubble, prevarication.
-'Cony
f
twisted, tortive ;
'COiie
schody, winding -stairs.
kreci,
vid. kretowy.
kredlla^,
chalk.
-^owac'^f
to chalk
kredenilcerz ^
servant taking
charge of plate; butler.
-*s
'^
buffet, sideboard.
kredyt
'^
credit, trust,
-or'^
cre-
ditor,
-.owac
^f
to credit; sell
on credit,
-owy
"
list
-owy.
letter of credit.
kredziailny ^
chalky,
-.sty ^
chalk-
like, cretaceous. [ding, curve.
"kregipl; (anat.J nape, neck; win-
krfgiel

nine-pin, pin. *iiisv<;
nine-pin alley. [crape : .
.
kreplla
<; crape,
-.owy
f
crapy,
krepa^,
hat-brim.
krfpllowac
'"^
to tie, bind; gag.
. -^ulec
'^ packing-stick, cudgel.
krepy ^
dumpy, thick and short.
kres
'^
limit, end; ~ polozyc, to
put a stop to, make an end of.
kreslla^,
dash, line; slash, scar,
*<ka
^, dash, line
;
(gram.J comma
.
(kolejj turn; (glosj vote, suf-
frage; na ciebie
*.ka,
it is your
turn,
'^'kowac
'"'^V'
to accent,
accentuate; vote.
*'kowanie
accentuation ; voting.
kreslic
^? to draw lines; trace;
delineate; erase, cross.
kret
^
fzo
J
mole.
krftanina^,
running to and fro;
subterfuges pi.
kretes
z
-em,
from top to bottom
kr^to
kr^tllo
<*? winding, serpentining.
-'Odzi6b'^
/^o?'njavocet.-w0gt6w'^
fornj
wry-neck.
*.0SC
*",
curvity,
crookedness, tortuosity,
.y
^
curved, crooked, tortuous.
kreto!imysz
"^ (zoj shrew-mouse,
-wiua
^;
^wisko "J
mole -hill.
<*wy
"
mole . .
krew^,
blood; race, line; zimna
^,
(fig
J coolness, cold blood;
i>u-
szczac ~, to bleed, let blood.
krewic
^"
to be guilty of, to per-
petrate.
krewienstwo ,
vid, pdkrewienstwo.
krewkili ^
frail, infirm,
--osc
^,
frailty.
krewuila
^, relation, kinswoman,
^iak, ''liy
'^ relation, kinsman.
'OSC*',
consanguinity,
m-yf
con-
sangumeous.
-y ^
relation, kins-
kreza,
vid. Jcryza. [man.
krezel ^
upper-part of the distaff.
krnabrn!iie**?obstinately,refracto-
rily".
-vosc*",
obstinacy, refracto-
riness,
.y ^
obstinate, stubborn.
kroblieczka, ^-ka
^, vessel of bark.
"krocoium., times; trzy ~, three ti-
krocie
pi., thousands pi. [mes.
kl'OChmal'^
starch (-meal), starch-
flour,
'enie
"
starching.
*.ic
'^^
to starch, clear-starch.
*.ik
^
Prussian blue.
*.ny ^
starched,
clear-starched ; stiff.
krdc'iej
"? comp. od krdtko.
*.ic
^'^
to shorten.
-*.iuchno
**? as short
as possible.
kl*6cica,
vld. hrudca.
krocien
"^
fhotj croton
krocz
'^ ambling -pace,
-yc
^"
to step, walk gravely.
krogulllczy
"
of sparrow -
hawk,
^ec
'^
Corn
)
sparrow-hawt.
kriloic
^"
to cut, cut out. .61
"^
cut, make.
krok
'^
step, stalk, pace;
(fig
)
step; arch of the pubis; ^ za
-iem,
step
by
step ; uczynic pie-
rwsze
*.i,
to take the initiative.
'Owy ?
Aoie
--owa,
pubic bone.
joroklliew
"5
-iewka, 'Wa
<i
rafter.
kr6tko 65
roof-spar;
CfigJ
-iewki
mu nie
dostaje, to be crack-brained,
krokodyl
'^
fzoj crocodile,
krokosz"^
(botj safflower, bastard
kroksztyny
pi., corbel, [saffron,
krol
",'
king; wynieU na
*.a,
to
king,
'^estwo "I
kingdom, realm
;
kingship, royalty; .^estwo nicbie-
skie, kingdom of heaven; ^estwc
zw'erzat, animal kingdom.
*.e-
wicz ,
king's son ; Prince Royal.
-ewiczowski ^
of Prince Royal.
kr61ew;;na
^, Princess Royal ; king's
daughter.
<.ski
"
kingly, royal,
regal.
*.skosc
^, royalty, kingship.
-szczyzna
*",
(ancient) demesne,
royal domain,
krolillczy ?
rabbit ... *k
'^
fzoj
rabbit.
*.karnia^,
rabbit-warren.
kr61ob6ji!ca
'^ regicide,
-.czy
?
regicide's,
.stwo ^
regicide.
kr61owa
*",
queen.
*.c
^^ to reign.
~nie
"",
reign.
krom
^^^ except, but.
kromka^,
CchlehaJ crumb\
kronika
^, chronicle.
*-rski
f
an-
nulistic.
<*rstwo ^
ann.\ls pi.
*.rz ^
chronicler,
kropelka*^
droplet,
kropillc^"?^
to drop, drip ; sprinkle
;
cudgle; Co
deszczuj -, it is spit-.
ting with rain,
-.dio
"
asper-
gillum, holy-water sprinkler,
-.el-
nica \
holy-water font.
*.enie
"
dropping, dripping; sprinkling,
kropkii'a \
Cg'ram. & typ.J
point ; dot,
point,
-owac
''"
to point; dot,
stipple, -.owanie
"
pointing;
dotting.
*owany, owaty
f
dotty, spott.
kropilla
^, drop.
*'isty fin
(sliape
of) big drops. [a stroke.
kropnac
^f"
to dip (down)
;
give
krosllienka
pi., embroidering-fra-
me. '*>n2i.pl.,
weaver's frame, loom.
krostl!a*i
blister, pimple; Cczerwo-
nej
m,y purples pi., miliary fever.
'awiec'^^,*
to have the small-pox.
kr6tk||if
short; curt, brief. <wOp
shortly, briefly;
<*o
mdiviaCf to
66
krotkonogi
cut the matter short.
'Onogri ^
short-legged.
*'OSC^,
shortness;
w *'OSCi,
briefly, succinctly.
*0szyi ,
short -necked,
-o-
trwaiy
f
short-dated ; transient,
passing, -.owidz
'^ myope. -.0-
widzacy
f
near
-
sighted , half-
sighte^l
; CfigJ
short-sighted, nar-
row-minded.
larotollchwila , -"fila ^, pastTme,
joke ;^<e.> farce,
^-filnosc*',
sport-
fulness, sportiveness.
'filny
"
sportive, jocose.
krowlla
^, fzo.J
cow;
ffigj
loose
woman,
-.i
f
cow's, cow . . . ^^ian-
ka
^, bovine lymph,
-.iarka^*
"iarz^
cow-herd,
'iarnia ^, cow-
house, -'ieniec
'^ cow-dung.
kr6wka
f^ small cow
;
pretty cow
;
krszta^,
little bit. [muck-worm.
krszyc
'^f
to crumble, crumb.
-*>
si
^r
to crumble.
krtan^,
wind-pipe.
kmchllo
^^ tenderly, softly;
^figj
m.0 z nim, he is in declining cir-
cumstances; his health is de-
clining.*osc^, tenderness; mellow-
ness; frailty, weakness.
y ^
tender ; mellow ; frail, weak.
;
kmchta
^ church-porch.
kmcica^,
pocket-pistol. fciflx.
krucyllata^,
crusade,
.flks",' cru-
kniczellc^^^w
IrzuchuJ to grumble.
"llie
"
fiv
brzuchuj grumble.
kruczHek'^
crotchet; /^/ij/.>' chicane,
lawyer's trick; ^zo.> small raven.
*ki
pL, boot-hook.
kmllczy ?
raven . .
.
; raven-black.
.k
'^ (orn.) raven.
kruplla \
fci:dciejj ^ypl.jgrontspl.,
barley;
*.y
jeczmienne, peeled
barley; m,y pertotve, pearl-barley.
-iarz^
dealer in groats.
*.iasty
f
rough-ground, in shape of groats.
i.ic
^^f
rough-grind.
-.kii>i.,
vid.
Icrupy.
-.nik
'^
soup (made) of
peeled barley; kind of punch,
-ny
"
-na
baha, (female) dealer
in groats.
[*.ec
"^
metal; brass.
'trii87l!no'wy
"
metal..., brazen.
kryt
kmszllec^t*
to crumble; to become
tender,
--yc/^^
to crumb;
fpptaj
to cast ott'; .crush.
kruszyna^,
small bit. [ristyle,
kruzganek
^
porch, portico; pe-
krwawllic
^^ to bloody, blood.;
--nica ^, ("botj willow
-
wort,'
lythrum.
.nice pi, hemorrhoidal
tumor,
-^nik
",'
fbotj milfoU,
common yarrow;
fmin.J blood-
stone.
*.o "? bloodily; m.Q pracO'
wac, to labour tooth and nail.
-"OSOk
"^
dragon's-blood,
-.y
^^
bloody; sanguine, blood-red.
krwioilnosny ^
sanguiferous;
^-nosne naczynie, blood
-
vessel.
-'Zerca'^ bloody tyrant.
*,zerczyf
sanguinary, bloodthirsty.
krwistilosc
^, sanguineness.
-y
*f
full-blooded, sanguineous, pletho-
krwotok
'^
hemorrhage. [ric.
kryllc
^"
to conceal, hide; keep
in secret.
*c
sif ^f
to be in hi-
ding
;
(przedj to abscond from . .
.
;
fz
czemj to keep (a thing) secret
or close,
.^cie ^
concealment,
hiding; fdomuj roof,
-.cie sif 7
absconding. [up.
krygowac si
^f
to trick oneself
kryjomilie, -"O ^^ secretly, clan-
destinely . .y ^secret, clandestine.
kryjowka^, hiding-place.
kryminali'l
'^
capital crime; jail,
prison,
.lista'^
criminalist; cri-
minal.
'Iny
f
criminal; capital.
krymka^,
cap (of the Jews).
kryniltca
^, source, spring, wel^
spring,
-.czny ^
spring . .
.
krypa^,
boat, skiff.
krypt ^
cavern.
kryska,
vid. kreska.
krystalizWSiCySLtVid.krysztaiowanie,
-'OWaC,
vid. krysJatowac.
krysztalli

crystal; -*! gorsk^
rock-crystal,
'"iy
pi-, crystal-
glass, crystal-ware.
-Iny ^
crys-
talline.
*.towac
^"
-*.
6i
'"X
to crystallise,
-lowanie
"
crystal-
lisation,
-towy
"
crystal.
kryt
'^
roof.
krytoplciowy
krsrtjiopiciowy ^
cryptogamlan.
y
^
covered.
krytyllcznosc
^, criUcalness.
-czny
f
critical. m,\ "i; critic.
>'kSk\
critique, criticism.
/*ko-
wac
'"^
to criticise. . .
kryza^,
ruflf. [calfs tripe.
kryzki
pi., mesentery; ~ cielfce,
kryzyss
crisis.
krzallczek
\
small bush, shrub.
^czasto
**?
bushily.
-.czysty
^
bushy.
*k
'J
bush, shrub.
.ki i>l.,
thicket, bushes pt.
;
*kr(5zy, rose-
bush.
krzakajlc
^^ to hawk, hem;
fo
awinij to grnnt.
<nie ^
hawking
;
^0 iwinij grunting.
krzatallc 8i
T
to stir, be stirring;
be busy,
-.nina
^, activity, bustle.
krzek
"
C^ali) frog-spawn.
krzektac
^^ to shriek (like a pie).
krzemllien
'^
flint
;
pebble, pebble-
stone,
'ienisty ,
silicious. !-
onkas
silicious earth,
yk
'^
flint.
krzepllic
""^
to comfort, refresh.
"ic 8i
"^X
to refresh oneself
'^ki ^
stout, sprightly.
<'k0SC^,
stoutness, sprightliness.
krzepnac
^? to coagulate, curdle.
krzesllac ^^ (ogienj to strike;
fdrzewaj to prune.
A^anie
"
CdrzewJ pruning.
*iwO, *iwko
^
tinder(-box); lock of a gun.
krzeslleiko ^
chair.
*,to "J
chair
(seat and dignity); ^<e.;stall(sjDZ.).
krzew
"
bush, shrub,
-.ic
^"
-ic
sif ^r
to spread, propagate
^<ei /i^
J. .iciel
"^ propagator,
-wie-
nie
"
propagation (^<ez /i^.^.
.ina
^,
bushes, underwood.
'isty
"
shrubby, arbuscular.
krzta,
vid. krszta. [wrong way.
krztnsic 8i
'^f
to swallow the
krzyllczacy ^
crying;
fo
kolorach)
glaringj^ loud.
'CZec, ''knac
'"'V'
to cry, shriek.
-*k
'^
cry.
-.ki
pi.,
Bhriek, cry, bawling,
-.kac
^?
to cry out.
*.kacz, -kaia
"^
baw-
krzyzowy BT
ler, crier,
^'kliwosc
^. clamorous-
ness.
*.kliwy ^
clamoroud, braw-
ling.
.k]iac
^
(na kogoj to call
to, cry to.*"
krzyna,
vid. fcrwto.
krzjTw
^
guilty.
krzjrwllda^,
injury,, wrong; harm,
^Z%cy
f^
injuring; dishonouring.
A'dlic
'^^
to harm, hurt, injure,
A'dziclel
'^
injurer, hurter.
krz;Fwi||c
^"
to curve, bend, crook,
C
sif ^r
to bow, bend;
(fig.)
na CO, to be dissatisfied wittk
'^zna^t
crookedness.
krzjrw^O
^
crookedly, obliquely,
askew; unwillingly.
*nogi
*
bandy-legged.
'nos

crook-
-
nosed; Corn.) cross-beak,
oki
*
squinty, squint-eyed,
.sc
^, curvi-
ty, crookedness, wrynesa.
<^iisty
*
wry-mouthed, splay-mouthed.
krz3rwoprzysil'ga<5,krzywoprzy-
siadz ,
to forswear, perjure
oneself,
-stwo 7
perjury.
-4ca
*J
perjurer,
-zki
*f
perjured, for-
sworn.
krzywllulec
^J
crooked timber,
compass-timber..y ^not straight,
oblique, wry;
(fig.)
bad, unjust;
unfavorable;
.em
okiem patrzeS
na kogo, to look at a person with
an envious eye.
krzyi
"^
cross;
Cfig.J
cross, cala-
mity; lower part of the back;
Cznak orderowyj cross ; na ~, cross-
wise
;
1>61 w
''ach,
lumbago, pain
in the loins,
-acki^
crusader's;
wojny
i^^ackie,
crusades pi.
-ak^
crusader; (zoj cross-spider,
-o-
wac
""f
to crucify
;
fzamiaryj to
cross. .-.
sig
^X
to cross, cross
one another, cut each other;
(iig.J
to contradict oneself,
-o-
wanie
sif^
crossing; ^rcw^cross-
breding, cross,
-bwka^,
(mipDo
z krzyzaj surloin, loin.
*OWlli-
ea
*",
fw
oknachj cross-bars
;
(hot.^
milk-wort,
ownik
"
crucifier;
crusader,
owy
f
cross . .
.
;
'Owe
dnt, cross-week days, Rogatioa*
88
krzyzyk
Week ;
*'OWa
rolota, cross-stitch
;
owe
wojny, crusades pi.
.yk
"^
crosslet; (muzj sharp;
(iig.J
cala-
mJiy, cross; period of ten years.
ksiadz
"^
clergyman, priest.
ksiazllatko 'J
prince'kin.
,
"^
prince^
-^cy
"princely^po ~ece-
mu, like a prince.
ksiazlleczka \
booklet, small book.
*kk^,
book.
*.kowy
'J^
bookish
;
-*< ""-owiek, bookman,
^nica*',
library.
ksiega
', (big) book; register;
^Kandlowa, book-account; ~ hi-
poteczna, register of mortgages;
~, koScielna, parish -register.
*.r-
czyk"^
bookseller's clerk,
-wmia^,
bookseller's shop,
-rski
f
book-
seller's,
'-rstwo "J
bookselling,
bookseller's trade,
.rz
"^ book-
seller;
.rz
wh'czny, itinerant book-
seller,
-^rzowa
^, bookseller's wife,
-rzowy ^
bookseller's.
ksiegollwy
"
of books, bookish,
-^zbidr

library, collection of
books.
ksieni^,
abbess, prioress.
ksieniec
'^
stomach of animals.
ksifilstwo "J
principality; princely
dignity
;
prince and prince's lady.
'^'Zna ^, princess
; wielka . ^-zna,
grand-duchess.
zniczka ^, prin-
ce's daughter.
ksi^zllulek
'^ CpieszczoiUwiaJ dear
clergyman.
*y ^
clergyman's,
priestly.
ksifzyllc ^
moon,
-cowaty
f
moon-shaped,
-.cowy
f
lunar.
^-czek ^
small moon.
k'sobie
'^^ (u furmanow) to the left.
ksyk'^ -^anie
^
Cgesi etc.) hiss, hiss-
ing,
-ac
^? to hiss.
isztaicllenie "J
formation; edu-
cation, training.
*.ic
^^ to form
;
educate,
-ic sie
^f
to improve
one's mind.
.
ksztatt
'^ form, shape,
-nosc^,
shapeliness,
-^ny ^
shapely, well-
shaped,
--owac,
vid, ksataidii
kuglarz
kszyk"?
hissing; ^om.y jack-snipe.
kto
^^ who ; somebody ; he who.
-badz, ''kolwiek
^^,^
whoever.
ktoredy
^f
which way. >*>s "^ I
do iiot know where. m,i af well,
which way?
kt6ry
^T*^
which, who; what,
''kolwiek
^'"f
whichever.
<*s^*T
some; some one.
*z
^T
^^^^
(then)?
ktos ^^ some one, somebody.
ktoz ^^ who (then) ?
ku
P'^,
fo
czasiej about; fo
kieruti'*
Tiu i zamiarzej towards.
kubeba^, flot.J cubeb.
kubek
'^
cup, goblet.
kubel,
vid. chlew.
kubet

bucket, tub.
kubiczny ^
cubic.
kubrak
"^
smock-frock (for men)'.
kuc
"^ pony;
(fig.J
pigmy.
kuc
'"^
to forge, hammer
;
CkoniaJ
to shoe;
Cfig.)
to frame, concoct.
kuch ^
oil-cake.
kuchallrka \
(female) cook, cook-
maid.
*.rski"
culinary; cookish.
--rstwo "J
cookery, culinary art.
'*'rz
"^
cook.
*.rzowa
^^ cook's
wife,
-^rzyc'^^f
to be cook; cook.
kuchllcik ";
kitchen-boy.
-.enka^,
small kitchen.
*.enny?^
kitchen...
^'inistrz
"^
master-cook, head-
cook,
-^nia^,
kitchen,
ta,
vid.
kuchcik.
kucie
"
fkonij shoeing.
kucnac
^^ to cower.
kucylc
"5 pony.
kuczlla, -^ka^,
tabernacle. '^Mpl.j
feast of the tabernacles; w -.ki
uaiaSc, to cower, squat together.
-*nac, -"yc
^^ vid. kucnac.
kuczbaja^,
baise.
kuczyc
^V'
to cower, sit.
kudlilaty ^
hirsute, shaggy-haired,
^y pl.f
tufts of long hair.
knf]!a^,
vat, tub.
-.el
pi^t-
kufer, -ek
"^
box, trunk, coffer.
-vBCzek, -"Sk ^
travelling-bag.
kuglallrski
^
juggling,
-rstwo ^
juggle, jugglery.
.rz
"l? juggler,
kuka6
knkallc
^^ to cry like a cuckoo,
.nie ^
cuckoo - note.
-*.wka
*",
(om.J cuckoo; (hot.) cuckoo-
flower.
kukielka^, roll, small loaf.
kuroploch
'ac
to
'ka
^,
kuks
'^
hunch, cuflf.
cuflf, hunch, thump.
knknillczy ^
cuckoo . .
.
(orn.J cuckoo.
kukurydza
*i
maize, Indian corn.
kuia \
ball, ballet; (u aiodlaj
pommel
;
(kijj leaning-stafi.
.c
'^f
to roll,
-.c Sie
^f
to roll, roll
along.
A.S
"^ limper.
*wo
<^?
limpingly.
-vwosc
^, lameness,
-wy
"
limping, lame.
knlak 'i; fist; thump, cuflf.
kulbailczyc
^f
to saddle.
*ka^,
saddle.
iulczyba*^ Cmed.J voraic nut.
j
kulellc
^',*
to limp, halt, hobble,
-nie
"J
hobble.
kulfon
"
blockhead; bad ducat.
kulic
^^ -.
si
^r
to cower, squat.
kulig
"^ (om.) sea-gull ; carnival-
amusement.
kulistjlo p spherically,
-osc*',
spherical
ness , sphericity, -y

8pheric(al).
knlka^; globule; small ball.
kulszlle i^r, hip-bone,
^^owy
^
bdly sciatic pains.
kum
"^
godfather, gossip,
-.a,
^-oszka ^, godmother, gossip.
ac Big
'*^f
^2
/ciTn^ to fraternize
with one.
-.ostwo
"i
godfather-
. ship,
godmothership.
kumys

mare's milk.
kana^,
fzo.J marten.
kundel
'^
shepherd's dog.
kunszt
"",
art.
-.mistrz
'?
artist.
Owny
^
artful, ingenious.
kupa ^, heap, pile
;
fpieni^dzyj great
deal, hoard;
fludzij multitude,
band;
*.ini| in heaps; in crowds.
kupllcowa
^, tradeswoman ; mer-
chant's
wife..c6wna ^, merchant's
daughter,
-czenie
"
trading.
*czyc
^V
to trade, traflfic, carry on
trade,
-czyk
'^ commercial clerk.
89
kuper
"^
rump.
kupic
^f
to lay in a heap, to heap.
kupllic, 'Ov/ac
^^ to buy.
-.iec
'^
merchant, tradesman,
iecki
"
merchantlike; commercial,
-ie-
Ctwo ^ commercial business.
kupka
*",
small heap ; ~ aiana, hay-
cock.
kupler
^'
pander, pimp.
-Vq^
procuress, bawd.
*.owac
to
couple, pimp,
-^ski
"
panderly,
pimp -like.
*.stW0
"J
match-
making, pimping.
kupnli'O
purchase,
.y
^
purchas*
able, by purchase; saleable.
knpon '^^ coupon, check.
kupowac, vid. kupic.
kuprzastlly ^
koic
-,a,
coccyx.
kur "i; (zo.J cock; (medj Ted
kura^, (zo.J hen. [measles.
kuracya^, cure.
kurant"? currency; melody; zegar
2
'Bin,
musical clock.
kuratllela
^, trusteeship.
*,or
'V
trustee, curator; inspector of
schools.
_
[vation of earth.
kurchan
"^
small knoll, small ele-
kurcz",'
spasm, convulsion, cramp,
-^enie si
"J
contraction, shrinking,
-owaty
f
spasmodic,
-.owy
^
spasmodic, convulsive; kaazel

,
convulsive cough, -vyc
si
*^r
*<>
shrink, contract.
kurczilak
"^
'g ^
young hen.
*^t-
ko \
chicken, pullet, t^^
"
young
fowl. [ivy.
kurdllwan, -yban "IJ
(hotj ground-
kurek'^
(u strzelbyj cock
;
fu beczkij
stop-cock; weather-cock.
kurhau,
vid. kurchan.
kurka ^, fom.J
small hen ; - wodno;
(om.J
coot.
kurkowy
"
Icrdl
~, best shot of a
club of tharp-shooters.
kumik
"^ hen-roast, hen-house;
poultry
-
monger
;
(mieszkanitj
dirty hole.
kuropatwii'a <i
(om.) panrluge.
-i
^
partridge . .
.
kuroptoch
"\
braggart, swaggerer.
$0
kurowa6
Jturowac
^? to curve.
kurp*
"
bast-shoe.
knrs
'^ (pienifdzy) rate cff ex-
change; reading, lecture; drive,
ride ;
-^a
Iconne, horse-race.
*.o-
wac
^V'
to circulate, be current.
^Owy
f
exchange . .
.
karsywa
^, italics pi.
kurtlla^,
spencer; bobtail;
('fig
J
<we komu sprawic, to play one a
trick; cudgel one.
ka^,
spencer
monkey-coat.
,
knrtaz
"^ brokerage.
kurtyna
^, curtain. [pet.
kurwa^,
whore, prostitute, strum-
karyer
"^ express, courier. j
knrz
"7 dust.
awa
^, dust, cloud-
dust; vapour.-.awka ^, fhot.J puff-
ball, 'vejiie ^
fumigation,
-.yc
^^
to raise dust; (tytun) to smoke.
-yc sie
^f
to be dusty.
^
knrzlfy ,
hen's
;
>b,
stopa^ fbotj
buttercup.
kiisillc
'^?
to tempt, seduce,
-.c
sif ^r
(o CO
J
to strive after.
-^ciel'^
tempter , seducer,
^^cielka \
temptress, seducer.
knsniellrka \
female furrier.
^.rski?
furrier's,
-rstwo ^
furrier's trade,
-rz

furrier, skinner.
kusllO ^
shortly;
(fig.)
poorly,
miserably;
-o
z nim, he fares ill.
.y
f
cropped; short-tailed.
knstosz ^
keeper, custodian.
knszlla
^, cross-bow; catapult.
*]lik ^
cross-bowman.
kntas ^
tassel, knob.
kntemoga

crook-shanks pi.
kntner

^a sukniej hirsuteness,
nappiness.
>owac
^? (suknoj to
nap.
-^owanie
"J
(suknaj napping.
kutwlla
'^
sordid niggard, skin-
flint, hunks,
-^iarka^,
niggardly
woman,
-.iec
'"V'
to be niggardly.
knty ?
shod
; (fig.)
~ na cztery nogi,
cunning fellow.
kuznilia
^, forge
,
smithy,
-.ca
*i
farriery,
.k
"^ hammerman.
kuzyn, *ek
"; cousin,
-a, --kaV
kw^ka6
female cousin.
*.ostwo ^ kindred,
kwacz ^
clout.
[relationship.
kwadra^, quarter (of the moon).
-cik
'^ small quadrat.
*,n8
^
quarter of an hour,
-t
square,
quadrate,
'towy
?
quacb-atic,
square,
-tura*", quadrature.
kwak"^ -anie ^
(o kaczkachj quack.
-ac
"',"
to quack. [k<
kwakier
"1? Quaker,
-ka^,
Qua-
kwap'
"J
/^i)Mc7t>/ down.
kwapillc si
'^f
to hasten.
*-enie
sif
"
haste.
kwafantanlla ^, quarantine ; oc*-
tyJ*.^, to pass quarantine.
kwarc
"^ (^win.; quartz. [pi,
kwarcianlly
"
ivojsko
^.e,
regulars
kwarta^,
(miaraj quart; (muz.)
fourth, diatessaron;
Cw
kartachj
quart,
^i
^
quarter of a year,
-Ine
"^
quarterly allowance, quar-
terage.
*.lnie <*^ quarterly.
-^Iny
f
quarterly.
kwartet
"^ fmuz.j quartette.
kwartowy
"
quart . .
.
kwarzec,
vid. kwarc.
kwalls ^
sourness; (chem.) acidj
leaven
; Cfig.J -^syp^-,
peevishness.
-sek

sourish flavour.
-sic
'^'^
to make sour, sour; oxidate;
leaven.
-*-sic
sif ^f
to oxidise, be-
come oxidised;
Cfig.J
to look
bitter, frown,
-skowaty ?
aci-
dulous, sourish.
-Msniec
""V"
to
sour, -winy
?
sour, acid;
(fig.)
peevish, morose.
kwasor||6d
"^ (chem.) cxygen.
-odliy ^
oxygenous.
kwaszenie
sif
"
pout, peevishness.
kwatera
*",
quarters jpZ., lodging;
square garden
-
bed
;
(w oknie/
casement; (mil.) quarters pi.
kwaterka^, quartern.
kwaterllmistrz
"^ quarter-master."
.mistrzostwo ^
quavter-master-s
charge.
.owac^"/^wi7.y
to quar-
ter, billet,
.unek
"
(mil.) quar-
kwatemo
^
quatern. [tering.
kwef
"; veil,
-.ic
^? to veil.
kwgka6
^f
to be sickly; groan.
kwerenda
kwerenda
^, (jurj investigation.
kwestlla
*",
gathering of alms,
.ar-
ka \ '^arz
^
gatherer of alms,
almoner,
-^arski ^
almoner's,
alms . . . -*owac
^^ to gather
kwestya^,
question. [alms.
kwiat
"^ flower,
^ek
"^
floweret.
,
A'Ostan
"^
inflorescence.
*.owy ^
'
floral, flower . . . -ozbidr
'y
col-
lection of flowers; antho^gy.
kwiczec
^V"
to squeak.
kwiczoi:
'^ (om.) fieldfare.
kwiecillany ?
of flowers,
-.arka
",
flower-girl,
^-arz ^
florist.
-*c
^f
to adorn with flowers,
.e 1
flower-work, flowers pi.
^^stosc \
blooraingness.*sto? bloomingly.
--sty
"
flowery, bloomy.
Kwiecien
'^ April.
,.
kwietnlii, -^y
f
*.ia
Niedziela,
Palm-Sunday.
.ik
'^ border (of
flowers),
-iowy*?^
ofApril,April...
kwik

squeaking.
**.nac,
vid.
kwiczec.
kwilllacy ^
weeping, lamenting.
*enie ^
lamentation, whimpering.
'^ic
^^ to lament, weep.
kwindecz'^ kind ofgame of chance.
kwintlla^, fmuzJ mthj quint,
-.et
quintette.
kwit"' acquittance, receipt,
-.a^-^
quits,
-.ek
"^
kind of bond, re-
ceipt;
('fig
J odejsc z
*.kiem,
to
meet with a rebuff,
-.owac
^^
to
acquit, receipt,
owy?^ receipt...
kwitnllac^'"
to bloom, flower
;
("figj
to flourish,
acy
"
blooming,
blossoming
; ("fi.g
) flourishing.
*'ienie \
blooming.
kwojika, 'Czka^,
clucking -
hen.
-^kac
^?
to cluck.
kwoli, vid. gwoli.
kwota^, quota, share; fpienifdzy)
sum.
[forrago.
kwotlibet
'y potpourri, medley,
I,.
labarum^ labarum.
labirynt "IJ
maze, labyrinth.
lampka 91
lac
''^^
to pour with rain; j)our,'
shed; fdzicony etc
J,to cast, faund.\
*
si
^r
^2
heczki) to run out.
lad
"^
land, continent.
lada^,
chest; (uorgandwj sound-
board
,
wind
-
chest
;
fwozowa)
screw-jack; (we mtyniej mill-
hopper.
ladaf
<fc? the first the best; the
very first; ~ Wo, the first the best,
the first that comes; * co, most
insignificant thing, the least trifle
;
1 nie ~
,
uncommon , remarkableo
-^CO "J
good
-
for
-
nothing fellow.
-^cosc, -jakosc
^, good-for-
nothingness.
-jaki ^
whatever;
trifling, insignificant, bad. -vja-
ko
"^? carelessly, negligently.
ladowllac
^"f
to land, disembark,
to go to shore,
-.anie 1
landing.
*.y
^
by land, land ...
~
'
ladz,
vid. legnac.
lafa^,
salary.
'
lag
'^
breeding.
lagier
'^
lees pi,
laik
^y layman.
lak
"^ ( do pieczetotvania) lac, gum-
lac; (bot.J wall-flower.
lakier
f
lacquer, varnish.
*nik
'^
lacquerer, varnisher.
-^owac
^^
to lacquer, varnish.
*owanie
"
lacquering,
.owany
"
lacquered.
lakmus
'^ litmus.
laks||a^
diarrhoea,
^-owac
^"?
to purge; take an aperient.
--o-
wanie
purging.
lallla *i
masher, dandy, puppy,
'ka^,
puppet, doll.
lama^, C^o.J
llama Ctez welnaJA
lambitywnm
"^
looch, loch.
lament ^
lamentation, complaints
pi.
'OWac'^?
to lament, complain.
lamowllac
^^ to border, lace,
^anie ^
lacing, bordering.
lamowy ^
made of llama.
Iam6wka^,
border, lace.
lampa^i
lamp.
,
lamparllci
"
leopard ...
*,t

(zo.)
panther, leopard.
lamplliarz
"^ lamp -maker,
.^^a
92 lampeczka
^eczka
*",
small lamp; (wine-)
glass,
-owy ^
lamp . .
.
lamus
lumber-room, store-house.
lanca
*",
lance, spear.
lancot^
lancet,
-owaty ^
lancet-
shaped, lanceolate (hot.).
landara^,
landau, stage-coach.
lanie "J
pouring; (posagu etc
J
casting. [the valley.
lanka*",
(tot.) May-flower, lily of
lanszaft "IJ
landscape.
lapidamy ^
styl
^,
lapidary style.
larwa^,
monster, mankin; mask.
las

wood, forest;
(fig.
J laby-
rinth.
*.ek
^
grove.
lasa^,
lattice-work, hurdle.
jl.aslleczka ^,
small staff, rod; line,
stroke,
--ka^,
staff, stick, rod;
(u Tiolumny) channel; (na prze-
chadzkej cane, walking-stick;
(Idkuf stick (of sealing-wax);
.^ka
marszaikowska , marshal's
staff,
.konogi
"spindle-shanked.
laskowllac
'*^"
(archj to chamfer,
flute ; rifle,
-.anie "?
(arch.) cham-
fer,
.any
"
(arch.) fluted, chan-
nelled.
*.aty
'^ furrowed, rifled.
laskowy ?
hazel.
_
lasowac
^f
(wapnoj to slake.
latlla,
pi' od rok.
. *,o
"5
summer
;
hdbie
o,
gossamer.
latallc
^? to fly
;
run.
-wwiec
"
rover, vagrant; strumpet; (zpa-
pieru) kite.
latarnilla
^ lantern ; -a
morska,
light-house,
.k
'^
lamp-lighter.
latka pi., years pi.
latopis,
vid. Tcronika.
-ieCi
vid.
kronikarz.
latollrosl

shoot, sprig; (lot
J
layer;
^^^.^
offspring ; winna,
vine-branch, vine, -vs ? this year.
-si
"
of this year,
-.wac
^"
to pass
the summer.
*.wy
"
summer...
laufer
"
runner; (w szachachj bi-
shop.
^
[wy
"
laurel.
lanr
"^
(hot.J laurel (tez
fig.
J. j^o~
lawa^,
lava.
laweudila
*",
(hot.J lavender,
-o-
wy
^
lavender, lavender . ,
.
ieK
laweta^,
gun-carriage,
lav/ina^,
avalanche.
lawirowaijc
^^ to hover about.
-.nie"
roving ; evasion, subterfuge.
lazaret
"^ lazaretto, hospital.
*.o-
wy
"
of a hospital, hospital . >
.
lazaron
'V
lazzarone.
lazur
"7
lapis lazulli; azure colour.
-"Owac
^'^
to dye azure.
*<owy
?
high azure, ultramarine,
lazurek
^
(hot.} laser-wort,
lebiodlja^,
(hotj orach(e).
*.ka'
(hot.J marjoram,
lecha^, bed, parterre,
lecic
'^^
to make lukewarm,
lecz
f
but.
lecziienie
"i
healiug, cure.
*.nica
^,
medical establishment,
.niczy?
drodck
, remedy, medicament.
*.yc
"^'^
to cure, heal
ledwliie, --O
<^p hardly, scarcely,
no sooner;
*.ie
co nie upadt, he
was likely to fall,
ledz, legnac
^'^^
to fall, perish;
(iv grohie/ to be buried,
ledzwiile
pi., thigh, haunch, -.q-
wy
f
lumbar; hoi ~ ^, hip gout.
legac
^f
to laze, lie idle; lie with.
legacya,
vid. poseistwo.
legar
'^ (pod heczkij horse,
legat
'^
legate
;
(papieskij nuncio
legat
"1? bequest, legacy,
-.aryusz
legatee, legatary.
legawliiec
"
lazy-bones; spaniel,-
pointer.
.y
^^
idle, lazy,
legienda^,
legend.
.
[oneself
legitymowac sie
^r
^o legitimate
legnac
yf
to breed, bring forth.
legO'WSiC,vid.zapisac(testamentemJ.
legowisko
"?
couch, resting-place;
(zwierzatj lair, lodge. [food,
legumina^,
greens j)l.; farinaceous
lej, ek
'^ funnel, tunnel,
lejbowaty
"
slack, remiss, neg-
ligent,
lejc
"^ rein, bridle.
'*>owac
"^f
(konie) to put to (horses).
k.Of
wy
"
(korij leader,
leikowaty
"
funnel-shaped.
lek ^
medicine, medicament^
lekarka
lekllarka
', doctoresr (pliysician).
*>arski
"
medical; medicinal,
-arstrwo
"! medicament,
-arz

physician, doctor.
l^kac
sif ^r
to fear, be afraid of.
lekce
**? lightly, inconsiderately;
\ ^ solie wazyc, to esteem lightly,
depreciate,
.wazenie "!
disregard,
,
disdain.
lekcya^,
lesson; task, exercise.
leM
pL, medicaments pi,
lekki ^
light; frivolous; Incon-
lekkie ^
lights pi. [siderable.
lekko "? lightly; frivolously,
-mysliiie
<*? frivolously,
-mysl-
nik

giddy-head, light-minded
man.
*.inysblOSC \
frivolity, light-
mindedness,
.myslny ^
light-
minded, frivolous, light.
*.SC^,
levity, lightness.
lekliwilosc
^, timidity, timorous-
hess.
*.y ^
timide, timorous.
leksykograf
"^
lexicographer.
lektor
'^
lector.
lektyka^, sedan-chair; litter.
lelum polelum,
cumbrous man,
dullhead.
lemiesz
"^ plough-share.
lemieszllka
^, porridge,
-.owy
f
of
plough-share ; Tcosc
--owa,
vomer.
lemoniada^,
lemonade.
len
i;
flax.
len
i;
idle fellow.
leniilc
sif '^X
to be idle,
.stwo "J
-wosc \
laziness, idlen.ess.^-uch'^
idle feUow.
-.wic^c"? (zo.J sloth;
lazy body,
-wiec
'^?'
to become
idle, lazy, rwv
^/ slothful, idle,
leniec,
vid. Unic sip. [lazy
lennillczy
"
feudal
;
przysipga
-.cza,
oath of allegiance.
*,k
"^
liege-
man, vassal.
lenn!lo 1
fief, fee.
-.odawca
*i;
liegelord, liege,
-osc
^, feuda-
lism.
*.y ^
feudal;
>^y
pan, liege-
lord, liege.
lentyszek

mastic-tree.
lep
'^
bird-lime;
ffigj
lure, bait.
lepillanka
^, hovel, cot; paste-
work. m.c
^^ to glue, stick. -.6
Ignje 93
8i ^
to adhere, stick,
^^ony
f
glued, clay.
lepiej
^^ better ; rather; it is better.
lepi^znik
"
fbotj colt's foot
lepllki,
vid. lipki.
A'kosC,
vid. lipkoU,
-^-nica^i ('bot.J catch-fly.
lepszllec^?
to grow better; ame-
liorate.
A^osc^* superiority,
y?
better; idc z kim o
.a, to emulato
with one, to vie with'^ one.
lesisty
"
wooded, woody.
lesnillctwo ^
forest-science, fores-
try
-^czostwo
"
office of woods
and forests.
-'Czy?^
forest,
.czy,
-k

forest
-
officer , verderer^
forester. [wild
lesny" forest, wild; (oroUinach)
leszcz

Czo.J bream.
leszczotki il.,
certain child's play
(so called).
leszczynlla ^,
hazel,
-.uwy^
hazel;
. orzech, hazil-nut, hazel.
letarg'^apparert death, asphyxy,
-iczny
f
lethargic.
letkie,
vid. lekkie.
letMewicz
"^ Jight-minded man.
letnOi
"
(cieplawy) lukewarm, te-
pid
;
summer ; of one year.
.ic/
vid. Ieci6.
iczek
summer-dress,
-'ik
"^
summer-dress ; resident at
a summer resort,
.io
**? luke-
warmly; in summer-dress.
*.iosc
^,
tepidity,
-^osc^, (jur.J
majority.
lew"^ (zo.J
lion.
*.ek'^
young lion.
lewar
^
fwozowyj screw-jack;
siphon for drawing wine,
-ek
"^
small siphon; (do z^bdw rwaniaj
lewica^,
left hand. [pelican.
lewkonia
*i
^&oJstock-gilllflower.
lewllo
^^ v)
.o,
na
-*.o,
to the left,
on the left side,
^.y
f
left.
leza*",
quarters 2?!., lodging; couch;
zimowt leze, winter-quarters.
lezc
y^
to creep, crawl; drag.
le^llec
""V"
to lie;
fo
odzieniuj to
fit
;
fo mieQscowoidJ t be situated.
-^uch

lazy
-
boots , sluggard.
-ysko ^
(mil.) camp, encamp-
ment; couch.
Ignac
^^ to adher, stick to; (w
94 U
dtodtjto remain sticking;
^^J
do
kogo, to be mucK attached to one.
Ji
<*2
solely
;
fjako prtyrottekj
whether; hylli? was he?
iiberalllista

liberal,
.nose
*;
liberality,
.ny ^
liberal.
libertylln
"^ freethinker,
^nstwo ^
liberya^,
livery. [freethinking.
libra ^t
(papieru) quire, [nance.
liclle
^
cheek.
*.a
pi-, face, counte-
licemiernillca
^,
-k
"^ hypocrite.
-CtWO
"
hypocrisy, dissembling.
czy
? hypocritical, feigning.
licencyat
"^
licentiate. [devil.
licho V
odd number; mischief;
licho
<*? poorly, miserably.
'SC
^,
poorness, miserableness.
-ta^,
misery; poor, wretched man.
lichtarz ^
candlestick.
licbwila
<; usury,
-.iarka
^, female
usurer. '^'iarski
"
usurious,
iarstwo ^
usury, usurious trade.
A-iarz ^
usurer. -.16
^? to practise
usury. A'ienie 7
practising usury.
lichy ?
miserable, pitiful, poor;
(o zdrowiuj feeble.
licowy
f
facial.
Ecytilacya^,
putilic sale, auction,
ant
"^ bidder,
^^owac
^f
to sell
to the highest bidder.
liczllba ^,
cipher ; number; account,
computation
;
fgram.J
~ ^ tn^ioga,
plural,
'%'boil
"
counter, mark.
*bowy ^
numeral.
A>ebny
"
numerical ;
numeral.
A^eiiie
7
counting, numeration. <winan,
vid. liczbon.
UcznIJie
**? in great quantities,
numerously.
-ik
"^ ('arytj nume-
rator, -.y
*
numerous.
liczjlony 7
counted, numbered
-yc
"^f
to count, number;
-.yc
na CO, to reckon on.
-.ykrupa
^
sordid niggard, curmudgeon.
liga^t
league, confederacy.
li^rnstr

fbotj privet.
lik

plenty, quantity ; bez
-Ui
in
great quantities,
numerously,
liMer
"^
liqueur.
aktor
"
lictor.
Ustewka
likwidllacya
', -
6wanie ^
Uqul-
dation, winding up.
*acyjny
?
of liquidation,
-.owac
^"
to liqui-
likwor
"^ cordial, liqueur, [datCc
lila, lilac-coloured, iOaceous. *ik'^
CbotJ lilac. [lilaceous.
lililla<; fboij lily.
*owy ?
lily;
limfa^, lymph.
limita^, prorogation.
lin
"1? tench (fish), [rigging.
Una
*',
line, cord ; liny oJirptowCf
linlleamy
f
lineal,
^a*",
(mat.)
line; ruler, rule.
.ia-x ^
ruler,
rule.
*ijka^, small ruler (rule).
"iowac
^'f
to rule, draw lines,
--iowanie
^*
drawing of lines.
-iowy
"
of the line ; -^owe
tyo/-
iko,^ regulars ph [hair.
linic
sif "^f
to lose (shed) one's
linka^, small line (cord).
liplla
^, (botj lime-tree, linden,
-^cowy
f
of July,
-.ina
*",
linden-
wood.
.ka', young lime-tree,
owy
*f
lime.
Lipiec ^
July; virgin honey,
lipien
"!? (rybaj grayling.
lipklli
f
gluey, sticky.
-08C
\
glutinousness, stickiness.
lipn%c
"^^
to stick, adhere.
lirlla \
lyre,
-rnik
^
guitar-player,
liry||cznief
lyrically,
-.cznosc^i
lyric character,
-^czny
f
lyric.
*'k'!J
lyric poet,
.ka
*",
lyric poetry,
lis
'^ (zo.) fox. '^ypl., fur of foxes.
lisllc
"^
leaf,
-.ciany
f
leafy,
leaved,
-ciasty
"
leafy ; foliferous.
cie
"
foliage,
-cie,
pi. od liJ6.
-"Ciowy
"
leafy.
liscik
'^
note, short letter, billet.
lisilek
"^
little fox.
--i f
fox-like,
fox . .
.
, -wi ogon, foxtail,
iatko 7
fox's cub.
-ica^, CzoJ
she-fox;
trave (for horses),
list
letter; ^ z pozeg7ianie7n,\etteir
of discharge
;
~ z zaproszeniein,
letter of invitation ; ^ zelazny,
letter of safe -conduct,
^ek

leaflet, sniall leaf.
lista^,
list roll.
listewka.
vid. listwa^
Listopad
LifcJtopad
"",'
November.
listopadowy
"
Novemberish.
listollwnie
*? by letter.
<wwnyf
epistolary; by letter,
-'wy^
post-
man, letter-carrier.
.wy
?
epistolary.
listwlla
*",
farch.) list, reglet; fu
sto-
larzyj ledge, rabbet; (^
sukienj
list, ledge, selvage.
-owanie
"
listing. [herpetic.
liszaj
^, tetter, herpes,
--owaty
^
liszka
*",
larve
;
fzo.J
she-fox.
lisztwa,
vid. listwa.
litania^i
litany;
(fig.
J wearisome
enumeration.
litera Uetter, character
;
(printing)
type ; co do litery, literally,
-cki
^
literary.
*.ln0SC
^, literalness.
Iny
"
literal, verbal,
^pt

man
of letters, literate,
-.tka
*",
autho-
ress,
rtura*', literature, letterspi.
litkup
^y
brokerage; earnest-
money.
litollsc^,
pity, compassion
--sci-
wy ^
compassionate, merciful;
pitiful,
-.sny
"
piteous, deserving
pity.
^
-.wac
'"^
to deplore, pity.
-wac sie ^
to take pity on, have
mercy on.
-.wanie sig ^
com-
miseration, mercy. [gical.
liturgi||a*i
liturgy,
-.czny
f
litur-
lity ,
cast, founded ; solids pure.
liwerllant
"^ purveyor, contractor,
-owac
'"f
to furnish, supply,
--unek
"^
delivery.
lizllaC; ''liac
^"
to lick, lap
; CfigJ
"^nac
czego, to have a superficial
knowledge of something,
-.ac
Bie
^r
(komuj to flatter, cajole,
'anie %
lick,
-.iohrazek'y hypo-
crite.
*rtis
'^
mean flatterer.
Inianlika
^, fhot.j gold-of-pleasure.
.y ^
linen, made of linen.
Inica^,
(hot.) flaxweed.
loch
'^
cavern, den; dungeon.
1(3
d
'^
ice.
lody i>i.,
ice-cream;
(iig.)
tamad pierwsze lody
^
to
break the ices.
lodowllacic
^^ to ice. *aciec
^
tc congeal, freeze,
--aty ^
icy,
lubie^ny 95
glacial, frozen
; ffig.J
chilly, cold
;
cukier *, sugar candy, 'iec
^
-isko 1
glacier,
-.nia
^, ice-cellar.
-y
V^
icy, glacial,
loftka" tka^, buck-shot.
logarytm
"^
logarithm,
-^owy
f
logarithmicCal).
lo&illcziiosc
^, rationality,
*czny^
logical,
-.ka*",
logit.
logogryf
"^
logogriphe,
lok
"y
curl, lock (of a hair).
lokaj "IJ
lackey,
^-ski
f
of lackey.
lokalllny
?local.
-.tor
^i
*torka
*",
lodger. [engine.
lokomotywa
^, engine, locomotive
lokowac
*^^
(pitniadze) to put out.
lombard
'^
loan- office.
lomber
"^
Cgra) ombre.
Ion
'^
linch-pin, pin. [linstock.
lont
'^
match, lunt.
-.owiiik
'^
lornet|lka\
opera-glass.
*owac^f
to observe through an opera-glass.
los
"^
fate, destiny; lot; (w lotc-
ryij lottery -ticket.
'0wac
'"f\^
to lot; draw lots; cast lots,
-o-
wanie
"
drawing of lots; casting
of lots. [in a hurry.
lot
"^ (ptakoxo) flight, flock; w *,
loterylla
^, lottery, -vjka^, lotto.
lotkas
flag- feather; pinion.
lotnllie
**? very quick.
OSC *i
ability of flying; rapidity; vola-
tility,
.y
f
flying; fledged;
hasty; volatile.
lotus
i;
Cl>ot.) lotus,
-owy ^
lo-
te...;
A'OWe
drzewo, lotus-tree,
lotus.
loza*",
fwolnomularskaJ lodge]
fte.J
box; (te.) ~ parterowa, pit- box.
Isnllac
sif
, -ic si
^r
--ic
^f
to
sparkle, glitter,
--iacy ^
resplen-
dent, bright,
'isty
"
glossy.
lub ?
or.
lubaszka^;
egg-plum.
lubcia^i
love, sweet-heart.
luhczyk
";
fbotj lovage.
lubic
^^ to be fond of, like.
lubieznliik'^
sensualist, voluptuary.
*OSC
*i
sensuality, voluptuous-
ness. *y
^
voluptuous, sensual.
Jubistek 96
lubistek,
vid. luhczyTc,
lubo ?
although.
lubollsc^,
delightfulness.
wac^?
(w czemj to delight in a thing,
wanie"?
delight.-,
wnica
<; sweet-
heart.
-*wnik
lover
J
amateur,
fancier.
lubryka^,
red chalk, ruddle.
luby ^
^
f
dear, beloved ; lover.
lucerna*i
fbotj lucerne.
lucyllfer, -per
"^ Lucifer,
-.pero-
wy ^
Luciferian.
lud
"^ people, nation
;
(prosty) com-
mon people, multitude,
-.arka^,
(orn.J robin-red-breast,
-ek
"^
poor, good people ; small people.
-no "^
populously,
nose
^,
population,
ny
^
populous.
ludozerllca "IJ
cannibal, man-eater.
*czy
"anthropophagous.
-'Stwo ^
anthropophagy.
Indwisiallrnia
*",
bell-foundry, gun-
foundry,
rski ?
bell-founder's.
-rz ^
bell-founder, gun-founder.
ludzie
pi., people, men pi.
ludzklli
"
human; humane, kind,
philanthropic,
^-o
<*? humanly;
humanely, kindly.
.0SC
^, human
race; humanity; philanthropy.
lufa^,
(u strzelhyj barrel.
lufcik
'^ air-hole, vent.
luka^, CmilJ breach, gapj blank,
defect, lacuna.
[akrecya^,
licorice.
*.alac
"^^^^
to sleep; lull asleep.
ralek
^
CbotJ
hen-bane.
lulka^t
tobacco-pipe; pipe-bowl.
Itimimarz
'^
luminary ftez
figj.
luu^C ^^? pour out suddenly.
lunatyilctwo
"
-zm
moon-mad-
ness,
'vczka ^, -vk
^
mooner.
czny
f
moon-struck.
~"
lTineta*i
telescope.
lupa^,
magnifying glass.
lusnia^,
(u wozaj pin, rundle.
lustr
'V
lustre, gloss.
lustrllacya
^, mustering, review.
.0 ^
looking-glass, mirror. -.0-
wac
^"
to muster,ffeview.*.
wny
^
lustrous.
ladny
lut
*; lute,
luterllanin "IJ --ka ^, Lutheran-
*.a
nizm
"^
L?itheranism.
-ski
"
Lutheran,
lutnilla
^, ("muzj Rite.
*sta
"^
lutist.
-stka^, female lutist.
lutowallc
^f
to solder,
-.nie
?
soldering.
lutrzec
^f
to take the Luthern
faith, become Lutheran.
Luty
"y
February.
luz
"^ (o koniuj
-vein, loosely,
luzak
"^
servant in the army,
baggage-man.
luzny
"
out of service, out of
place ; loose, led ; Icon , led horse,
luzowallc
"^f
(warif) to relieve;
loosen.
*.nie "J
(strazyj relief.
Iwi
"
leonine.
*.atko
"
little lion.
*.ca \
lioness,
-.sko ^
big old lion,
Izej "p comp. od lekko.
'^SZJ ?
comp. od lekki.
Izllenie ^
insult, calumniation.
-yc
"^ to revile, calumniate,
insult.
tabdllz
^
fomj swan.
*-zi ?
swan's,
iacha^,
(rzeki) branch. [man.
lachman
"^ rag, tatter; ragged
lacitlna^,
Latin.
*.nnik ^
Lati-
nist; (katolikj Latin,
--nski
?
Latin.
[*.y ^
easy, slight.
tacnllie, 'O
? easily, slightly.
l%CZl|acy?binding,joining
;
Cgram.)
tryb ~
~,
subjunctive,
^nie
^p
jointly, in common.
-nik^
(gram.)
hyphen.
nose
^, coherence,
junction.
-*.ny
?^ joint, common.
.yc
^^
-.yc si
^r
to join, unite.
t%czllka^,
(small) meadow, -^ny^
lad
"^
order. [meadow . .
.
ladnllie
"? handsomely. *.iec
^?
60 become handsome, -.iucbiiy ?
very nice, handsome, osc \
neatness, comeness.
<ostka.'t
pretty thing,
-.y ^
neat, nice.
}adowa6
hidowllac
^f
to load, lade.
-Miie ^
loading, lading.
.ny ?
laden;
transport ...
i:adilowiuca
^, cartridge-box. m,u-
nek^
cargo, shipment; (strielbyj
charge, cartridge.
iag,
vid. ieg.
iagolldniec ^
to soften, become
more mild.
''dn08C
^, softness,
meekness, mildness; gentleness,
-dny ^
mild, eoft, meek; gentle,
-dzacy
f'
appeasing; lenitive;
irodek -
~,
lenitive.
>dzic
^f
to
soften, appease.
laja^,
pack of hounds.
lajallc
^^ to scold, chide,
nie "i
scolding.
iajdallcki
f
disorderly, ragged,
debauched.
'Ctwo 1
knavery;
debauchery; mob, rabble,
-.czek"?
lewd fellow,
-czenie
Fif
^
kna-
very, roguery,
-czka',
dissolute
woman, strumpet,
-czyc sie ""V
to lead a debauched life,
-.k'^
lewd, dissolute fellow, rake, loon.
iajno 7
excrement, mire ; czarcie
-,
assafoetida.
l^a^, meadow, mead.
iakniiac
^V'
to be hungry; fezegoj
to be*" desirous of, aspire after.
*%cyf
hungry.
*rieiiie7 appetite;
hunger.
takollc, -tka',
dainty bit, tit-bit
lakomllid si?
^
fna cqJ to long
for.
-iec^-ca";
glutton, gluttonous
man; miser,
o, *ie
"f
greedily,
covetously.
.BtW0
"
gluttony;
covetousness.
^.y
^
gluttonous;
avaricious,' covetous.
lakotllka
^. tit -
bit, dainty bit.
-^-liwosc
^, lickerishness.
liwy*?'
lickerish,
^-nik ^
sweet-tooth.
iakowy ^
meadow . .
.
tamallC^f
to break
;
^j>rzyjjf^ge
ttc.J
to violate; Ciwiatto) to refract;
(figj
*C
sohie glowp, to rack one's
brains; m,t ciaio, to practise gym-
nastics; iamie -mnie to koSciuch,
X am ill with rheumatism. m,c
8if ^T
to break, burst, be broken
;
Czfsc poltko-angieUka.
_
laazt 97
Co
iwittle) to be refracted.
-ni^
breaking; violating; . to ko-
dciach, gout in the joints,
-nie
sif
"
/'/'oi morakichj breakers pi.
;
fiwia'
/iaj refraction,
^^nyf^
~ kaOTjcn,
quarry-stone, ashlar ; -ne
tztukii
gymnastics pi.
lamliwobC
S (f^J
refractiveness.
tan
"
field ; hide (of land).
iancuilch
"^
chain, -vchowy
"
of
a chain, chain . .
. ;
pies

, ban-
dog; regida
'CllOWa,
chain-rule.
'>szek ^
little chain.
lania^, CzoJ
hind, doe.
lanowile ^
land-tax.
-^j^ '^jpuikf
regiment of the line.
lap, cap \
over head and ears.
tapa fi fzwierzfciaj paw, claw
;
Cpo"
gardliwiej hand.
iapallc
^"
to catch, seize, snatch
up ; *.6 kogo na goracym uczynku,
to seize red-handed, take in the
veVy act.
.nina
^, catching, cap-
tapcie
pi', bast-shoes pi. [ture.
lapczjrwllosc
^, greediness, cove-
tousness. -i^y
f^
greedy, covetous.
taplliasty
"
fomj palmate, palmi-
ped.
^ica<;
large trap.
igroBz'^
pinch-penny,
iknra^,
poultry,
stealer.
*,ka
^, trap
; (fig.
J snare
;
<*ka
na myszy, mouse-trap.
iasic
sif ^f
(komuj to flatter, ca-
jole; (na CO
J
to long for, feel
desire for.
iasica^t
(o.) marten.
iaska^,
favour; grace; ^zo.^ wea-
sel
;
tda6 sip na taskf, to surren-
der at discretion,
.wca
bene-
factor, protector.
<^W0SC
^, bounty,
kindness ; . humanity, mildness.
<^wy ^
benevolent; charitable;
mild; tame; cJdeb
wy,
bread
of charity ; ladz tak
^.w
da6 ....
be so kind as to give . .
.
taskotllac
^? to tickle, titillate,
anie
"
*ki p^,
tickling, titil-
lation; had sit ek,
to be tick-
lish,
liwy
f
ticklish.
Ia86n ^
flatterer; sycophants
taszt
'^ (miaraj last.
Z
98 lata
iata^,
patch; (itrdi) lath;
(iig.)
rascal. vc
^f
to patch; (hutyj
to cobble,
^Qz
"^ patcher, men-
der.
*.nie "J
patching, botching,
-^nina
\
patch
-
work , botching.
iatka
^, small patch
; ffigj
przy-
piac komu iatke, to cast an asper-
sion upon one.
latka^,
puppet, wire-puppet.
iatny ^
lath ...
tatwilosc
^, ease, facility,
-o-
wiernosc^,
credulity, easiness of
belief, -owierny
"
creduous,
easy of belief,
-.y ^
easy, slight.
iawlia^,
bench; foot-plank;
(fig
J
rzucic pod
,e,
to cast away,
-^eczka^,
small bench; (podnogij
foot-stool,
.ica^,
bench; sand-
bank, shelf, -wka^, bench.
iawiac,
vid. towic.
iawnillczy
^
jurat's, alderman's,
"k
^
jurat, alderman, sheriff.
-vkostwo ^
shrievalty.
lawra^,
monastery.
taza^,
agio.
lazanki
pi., a kind of macaroni.
iazarz
"^ poor, wretched man;
sick man. [creep; ramble.
laz''ega
"
vagabond.
-ic
^? to
iaziellbne ^
money for bathing.
-bniczy
f
bather's,
-.bnik "IJ
hather.
-bny, -nny
f
bath-kee-
per,
-^nki pi., bathing -house,
baths 2)L
iaznia*",
steam-bath.
ibisty
f
large-headed.
ieb
'^ head (of an animal and
contemptuously of a man); dac
komu w ^, to deal a blow on the
head; na ^ na szyje, over head
and ears,
.ski,
vid. iepski.
lechllczyw.osc, -.tliwosc
*",
tick-
lishness.
-czywy, 'tliwy
"
tidk-
lish. t3>C,vid iasA:oiac.vtaczka*i
(anat.J clitoris,
-wtailie, vid. ia-
leg
"^
moor, marsh. Iskotanie.
i^k
"^
saddle-bow.
iepllak^
good head,
-ek
^, small
head;
-ek
od spilki, pin's head,
^ski
f
valisciit, brave ; excellent.
lososina
*'Sko "^ bravely; greatly
j ex*
cellently.
lezka^, small tear, tear.
Igalic
'"V-
to lie, tell a lie, talk big,
^rski ^
lying, false,
^rstwo
1
lie, falsehood,
-rz
"^
liar.
Ikallc
^f
to sob.
-.nie ^
sobbing.
ioboda^, CbotJ arrach, orach.
iobuz^ ^
naughty boy, rogue,
ioczyga^, sow-thistle. [knave.
todka^, small boat;
fdo kadzidiaj
perfuming-pan.
lodyga^, stalk, pedicle.
iodz*", boat.
toic
"^^^
to tallow;
CfigJ
to cudgel,
belabour.
16j
"^
tallow, suet.
lojowllaty ^
tallow-like, tallowy;
-y
f
tallowy.
h)kIIciowy ^
of the elbow; (anal)
cubital
;
yard . .
.
, very long ; tO"
wary
-^-ciowe,
dry- goods, mer-
cery.
-,iec

yard, ell; elbow,
--ietek
"^
dwarf, pigmy, thumb-
stall.
iom"^
crash, cracking; breaking;
brush-wood ; .y kamieni, quarry,
stone-pit.
-^-ignat"
^orw
J
osprey,
sea-eagle.
''ikainien'^/&o
J
saxi-
frage,
i^ikost
'^
bone-glue. i*.i-
Stosc
^, curvature, crookedness,
-isty ?
curved, bent,
-ny
^
brittle, fragile; kamien
-ny,
quarry-stone.
*.ot^
crash, crack-
ing,
/^otac^^/f
to crack, crash;
break, crick;
ffig.J
to cudgel.
tono 1?
womb.
tonski
f
of the last year.
iopatlla^,
shovel,
--ka^,
shovel;
shoulder-blade; pot -ladle;
fu
zivierzpciaj shoulder, fore-quarter.
-'kowy
f
of shoulder-blade;
(anat.J humeral.
lopllian, 'Uch "IJ Cbot.) bur, bur-
dock,
-.ucha ^, (hot.J joint-pod-
ded charlock. [elk...
.
lolls

(zo.J elk.
-si, *siowy
^
ioskot
"7 crash, crack.
*,ac
*^'*
to crash, crack,
-nie ^^ noisily.
*.ny
"
noisy.
iosjlos
^5 salmon.
-*osina^,
flesh
lososiopstrag
of salmon,
^osiopstrag"^ salmon-
trout.
'Csiowy ^
of salmon.
loszyca
^, female of the elk.
16t
'"
lialf an ounce,
.owy
?
weighing half aa ounce.
lotr
"
scoundrel, rascal,
-vostwo
\
knavery, roguery,
-owac
'"','-
to
rob; lead a debauched life.
'Owski
f
rascally, knavish.
--zyk
"^
vagrant, villain;
16w
"i
(cz^ciejj
lowy pl.t
hunt,
hunting.
lowlica, -"iec
"
hunter, huntsman.
"Czy
'"
master of the hounds.
"Czy ^
hunting . . . .czyna
^, the
wife of the master of the hounds
;
huntress,
^czyni ^,huntress..ic'^"
('ry'byj to catch;
(zwitrzynfj to
hunt, chase;
(iig.J
to pilfer,
-iecki
"
hunting . .
.
, huntsman's,
-^iectwo
"
hunting, huntsman-
ship,
-wienie
"J
hunting, chasing;
catching (fish\
*ny ^
well catch-
ing. *.y, vid. tow.
iozila^,
osie?, water-willo
w
; bir-
chen-rod.
*.ina^, osier.
ioze ^
be'J, couch; (rzekij bed,
channel; {armatyj
gun-carriage;
fstrzelhy stock.
lozL'eczko ^
small bed.
-ko
'J
bed
;
bedstead,
.kowy ^
bed ...
JozniJlc^
; marriage-bed; bridal
bed. "w/izy
'^
bedchamber man.
iozowy ?
osier
. . i
iozyc
^7*
(na CO
J
to bestow; to
spend (I'.pon), employ (in).f
iozysko i
couch
;
(rzekij channel;
after-bir^b, placenta.
lub
"
bark; splinter; tilt, cover
(for a ca'riage).
-.ek
"1? thin bark
;
splint (/or a broken leg).
*,ia-
lubie
"
iniver.
[ny
f
barky.
lubin
'^
(hot.J lupine.
lllCZilastv"
arched, arch-shaped,
^-ek^ small arch,
.nik'7
archer,
bowman,
-ny
"
armed with a
bow;
?T';h-shaped.
-ysto
<*? in
the 8b.ipe of an arch.
Inczywo ^
resinous pine-wood.
indzilacvf delusive, illusory; at-
lyczany 99
tractive;
l^ce
podohiensttOOf ho*
wildering liiieness.
A-eilie 1
delu-
sion, illusion, deceit,
-.ic
^?^
to
delude; infatuate, allure.
lug
";
lye, buck.
*owac
^? to
steep in lye; (chem.J lixiviate.
'Owanie'J
steeping in lye; (chem.J
lixiviation.
-owaty
"
alcaline,
lixivial; marshy, boggy,
-owi-
sko
"
marsh covered with red-
coloured water,
-vownik"^
alum-
house.
-'Owy
f
of buck; popidt^
-*/, buck-ashes.
luk
^
(uarzpdziej bow; (arck.J
arch, vault; ^wa^ curve,
-owy^
inna ^, glare of fire. [bow . .
.
iup ^
booty, spoil.
tupilac
'^f
split; (drivaj cleave,
-^ac si^r
to get split up.
-acz'V
^rt/6ay' haddock,
-^anie^
cleaving;
(w koiciachj rheumatism.
iupek
"^
slate, schis*.
iupilic
^? to take off the bark,
bark; plunder, pillage,
-csi^^
to peel, shell,
-^estwo
"
plun-
dering, pillage,
-vez
*i
prey, spoil;
(na giowiej scurf.
-eze i^i.,
rob-
bery; prey,
-^^ezca
"y plunderer,
spoiler,
--ezenie
^
plundering,
pillage.
*.eznosc
*",
rapacity, ra-
venousness.
-.ezny ^
rapacious,
ravenous.^ezyc'^? to plunder, rob.
hipinlla
^, (orzecha, jajaj shell;
peel, paring,
-.iasty
f
shelly.
''Owy ^
leguminous.
tupkllosc
^, fissility.
-.owaty f
'Owy
"
schistous, slaty.
iupny
"
scissile.
iuskija
^, scale ;
shell, hull
;
(na
okuj albugo,
'.ac
^? (grochj to
shell; (owocj to peel, pare; (rybyj
to scale,
'aty
?^ scaly, squamous,
--iewnik "IJ
.(hot.
J
coral -wort,
owaty ^
scaly^ squamous.
o-
wiec

^zo.>> pangolin.
luszczak
1? /^om.; finch.
tuszczilka<;/waofcM>
albugo, leu-
coma,
-yc,
vid iuskac
luiyny
pJ., buck-ashes, [of bast.
iyczalik
"^ bast-rope, -.ny ?
made
100 lyczka tnaczkowanie
iyczko,
vid, tyko.
iyk'?
gulp; commoner.
-ac.^n^C^?
to gulp, swallow.
iykacz
"?
drunkard, glutton.
iykawllosc <i
crib -biting,
^y
J
Icon
-.y, crib-biter.
>
iyko ^
bast, bast of a lime-tree;
(hot) wilcze
*,
mezeron, spurge-
laurel,
-vwaty
f
sinew, tough.
lypad
'"^
(oczymaj to open wide
{the eyes).
Jys; -ek, -on
"i; bald-pate,
-.iec '"V'
to become bald-pated.
-wienie
"J
baldness.
*.ina
^, bald-pate, bald-
head
;
Cu IconiaJ blaze, white spot.
lyskallc sie
"^f
to lighten, flash.
*.nie ^
lightning, flashing.,
iysllp ^
baldly.
,osc
^, baldness,
barrenness.
./ ^
bald-pated,
bald. [mica.
iyszczak" /T>o<.> auricula;
Cmin.J
lytka<;
calf (of the leg).

iyzczyca^, spoon-wort.
lyilleczka
^, small spoon
;
fdo Jca-
wyj coflee
-
spoon
;
(do herhatyj
.tea-spoon,
-ka
^, spoon ; spoonful.
iyzwlla^i
skate; Uegac na
-ach,
to skate.
*;larz ^
skater, ^.q-
wac ^
to skate,
-owy ^
mo5<
~~, pontoon, bridge of boats.
iza^,
tear; wylewac izy, to shed
tears,
wnica
^, lachrymatory.
-'Wny"
lachrymal; lachrymary.
'WO ? tearfully,
-^wy
"
tearful.
izowy
f
lachrymal.
M.
ma
^*7 /'w. od mdj,
mac^, fvulg.J mother.
Xnaca',
peck, a measure for corn;
(u zydowj unleavened bread.
xnacllac
^f
? to feel, touch; (kurpj
to grope
; (fig.J
to sound one ;
-^ac
po ciemku, to poke, grope about.
^-anie 7 -"anina
^, feeling, touch-
ing,
.erowac
^^ to steep, soak.
mSLChaJilQ^V'
Cczemj to swing, bxan-
nie . swinging^
dish , sway,
brandishing.
macMnHa ^,
machine; /'/igr.^ huge-
ness
;
fo
czlowiekuj giant,
-alny
^
like a machine, mechanical.
-wka^t
small machine.
machlllarstwo ^
tricking, swindle,
^arz'y trieker,swindler.-.owac^?
to trick, swindle.
machnllac
^"
to shake, swing;
(r^kaj to beckon.
.ienie'J Crpka^
beckoning.
~~
'
macic
^"^
fpiynj to stir up, mud-1
dy; trouble, disturb. .
8i
^f
to
become muddy, turbid;
ffig.J
mad mu sip
w giowie, he feels
giddy; he looses his head.
macilica
^, master -root; (anat.)
womb, uterus;
ftyp.J
matrix;
peHowa
<.ca,
nacre; winna
^^ca,
vine.
'Czny
f
(anat.J uterine.
maciek"^
country-bumpkin; hog'a
paunch.
macierz
^, vid. matka.
-^anka^,
fboij betony, thyme. i*.3rnski
^
maternal, motherly; po -ynsku,
maternally.
wynstwo 7
mater-
nity, motherhood,
-^ysty^
mater-
nal,
-yzna
^.maternal inheritance.
maciniec "IJ
ovary.
maciora^t
ewe, sow.
maciupki
"
tiny, very small.
maciwoda ^
seditionary;
CfigJ
fire-brand.
macka^, fzoJ feeler.
macollclia \
^tep-mother.
--szy
^
like a step
-
mother , novercal.
'Szyc
^? (komuj to neglect one
like a step-mother.'
njaczac
""f
to dip in, immerse;
wet, moisten; (iwiece) to dip;
(fig.J
^
rfce w czem, to take part in.
maczanka
^, steeped slice of a roll
or of bread.
maczasty^
farinaceous; like meal.
maczek
",'
field-poppy
; (figj
very
small print; priming-powder.
maczklla
^ flour; (do bieliznyj
starch.
*.owac^^
to starch, clear*
starch.
*owanie
"
starchiug.
m^cznica
maczllnica
^, meal -box; mealy
pear; ("botj spurred rje, ergot.
11066
^ raealiaess.
-iiy?
mealy,
floury ; of meal.
*yc
""^
to meal,
sprinkle with meal.
'^ystOSC
^,
mealiness,
-ysty^
mealy, of meal.
maczuga^,
mace.
madera^, fwinoj Madeira.
madrjiala"^
cunning fellow.
*.osc',
wisdom, prudence; zpby
-wOSCi,
upper grinders.
*ostka \
sophis-
try. m,y
f
wise, sage; sly, cun-
ning.
''Ze
^^ wisely.
madrzeniec

(l)otJ larkspur:
""
magazyn"^
magazine, ware-house.
^ier, magazny
store -keeper.
-owe 1
storage.
magiila
^, magic,
-rcznie ^ magi-
cally,
-^cznosc
^, magic.
*cziiy ?
magic(al).
-.k ^
magician.
inagiel
^, mangle.
ma^ister ^
Master of Arts, v
jnagi3trat "i; magistracy,
-.owy?
magistrj.tic(al).
maglowi|ac^"to calender, mangle,
.anie^ mangling,
-.nia^i
room
in which the mangle is placed.
A'llica
^v
mangling -
machine.
<llik
"y cloth for mangling.
*ny
"
apt to manglo.
magnat"
magnate,
-^erya^,
no-
tables pi., notability.
magnes
"7
magnet, lodestone.
-.o-
wac
""?
CfizJ
magnetise,
--owa-
nie ^
magnetisation,
owy
"
magnetic(ai); igia
'OWa,
com-
pass-needle.
Snagnet/ilcznie ^} magnetically.
'Cznosc
^, magneticalness,
czny ^
magnetic(al).
zm

magnetism,
-zowac
^? (vizd.)
to magnetise,
-.zer
'^
magnetiser.
magnifika ^, woman puffed ^up
with pride.
mahometallnini; -nka^, -nski?
Mohammedan.
<^nstW0 ^
Moham-
medanism.
maholin
*y
mahogany-tree, maho-
gany,
-.niowy
"
mahogany.
male
"^^
to adorn with leaves.
makata 101
MaJ "^t
(mhsiac) May.
maj

verdure, green branches.
majallczec
^^ to appear (indis-
tinctly) at a distance,
-^czenie ^
delirium.
*.czyc
^V^^
to be deli-
rious; roam about; ("sprawp etc
J
to draw to.
^k'^
round-about way.
majatellczek ^
small fortune, pro-
perty; small possession, estate.
-k
'y fortime, property; posses-
sion, estate.
majdan
"? meeting- place; place
of arms; timber-yard. ^
"
majeranfek)
^
fbotj majoram.
majestat
"^
('fig
J majesty; throne,
ycznie ^} majestically, y*
cznosc^,
majesty, majesticness.
-yczny ?
majestic.
majetnilie
p richly, with fortune.
-OSC^,
landed pr'operty, estate,
manor. *.y ^
wealthy; rich.
maik'^^wie^ictc^May; ('zoj meloe,
oil-beetle.
major
'^
CmilJ
major,
-owa
%
major's wife. -.6wna
^, major's
daughter,
'^ostwo ^
majorate;
major and his wife.
-'SMf
ma-
jor's. -'Stwo'Jmajorship,
majorate.
majorat 'y
majorat, primogeniture.
maill6wka
^, Czo.J
meloe; fbot.J
marsh-marigold; fzabawa) May-
party,
-owy
^,pf May, May . .
.
majstller^
overseer, foreman.
*rO-
stwo
"
craftsmanship.
*.rowa^,
foreman's wife,
-rowski
"
fore-
man's; perfect, masterly.
majtek ^
sailer, mariner.
maitki
pi.
,
(bathing-)drawer8 pU
max
^
(botj poppy ; * polny, field-
poppy;
(fig.J
jak
-iem
zasiai,
quite still.
maka
^, meal;
ffig.J
nie bpdzie z
tej maki chleba, that won't do.
makaron
"^
macaroni, vermicelli,
-iczny ^
(w liUraturzeJ maca-
ronic
;
wiersz ~ ^
;
jnacaronic.
-ik

macaroon, -vizm
T
maca-
ronic (expression).
'Owy"
maca-
ronic, made of macaroni.
makata^,
precious carpet.
102 makofagwa
makolagwa
<",
Com.j
linnet.
makllowiny
pi-, husks of poppy.
-6wka*;
poppy-liead.
-.owy
^
papaverous.
makrela^, fzo.J
mackerel.
maksyma*",
maxim, principle."
makuch
"^ oil-cake.
makuia*',
blot, spot.
makulatura
^, waste-paper.
malacMt
"^ (min.J malachite.
malallrnia
^, academy of painting;
studio, -i^rski^'painter's.^.rstwo
\
painting.
*.rz
^
painter; house-
painter.
malellc'^
little boy; pigmy,
-.c""?
to become smaller, diminish.
^nki ^
very small, petty, tiny,
-'nko
^'^
pettily, smally
;
j)o
^.nku,
very slowly,
'iistwo "J
little thing,
bagatelle; infancy; z
-.nstwa,
j
from infancy. ^ fpear.
maigorzatka
^, kind of hasting-
maligna^,
burning (violent) fever.
malinlla
^, raspberry,
-.iak
^,
raspberry-bush; raspberry-wine,
-owy ^
raspberry . .
.
maimazya^,
(winoj malmsey.
mato
<^? little; a few; po main,
slowly; o ~ CO nie byt zahity, he
was near to be killed,
-*.dusznosc
^,
pusillanimity,
-^-duszny
"
faint-
hearted, pusillanimous,
-vletni
"
minor, under age.
-letnosc
*",
minority, -^mdwnosc *i
sparing-
ness of words,
^-mowny"
sparing
of words, laconic,
-.sc
^, little-
ness, smallness , fewness ; infancy
;
(fig.)
narrowness.
malowallc^^
paint; to lay on rouge;
(fig
J to represent;
-.c
na szkle, to
anneal,
.nie ^
painting,
.ny
^
painted;
(fig.
J nominal, mode.
maiowazllenie
"
vid. lekcewazenie.
-nose
^,inconsiderableness.*.nyf
inconsiderable, unessential.
malowllidlo "i
picture,
-.niczo
<*p
picturesquely,
'iiiczy
f
pictu-
resque.
inatplia^, fzo.J
monkey, ape;
Cfig-J
very hideous person.
'CCzka^i
manuskrypt
little monkey.
-*i
f-
monkey's^
monkey . .
. *.iarstwo, ^owanie
aping, mimicry,
^-iarz

mimic,
aper.
-.owac
^^ to ape, mimic,
-ozwierz
"? ('zoj maki.
maluilclmy, -^czki
"
tinny, very
small,
czko ^^ a little; for a
maly ^
little, small. [while.
matz ^
Crustaceous animal
malzllenski
"
matrimonial, con-
jugal,
-enstwo
"l
marriage ; matri-
mony.
-fc'Onek'^ husband, consort,
mate,
-onka
^, wife, spouse,
consort.
^^
mamlla
*",mama,mamma,-.czyc"??
to nurse; to be nurse,
-czyn
*? of
a nurse,
-.in ^
mama's,
-'ka^,
nurse.
mamillc
""f
to deceive, ensnare,
juggle.
'Ciel'^
deceiver, ensnarer,
juggler,
-.dio"
glamour, jugglery,
-"enie
"J
imposture, juggle.
mamona^,
mammon, riches pi.
mamrotac
'^"
to grumble, mutter.
mamut
"^ (^zoj mammoth.
manatki
pi., one's goods and
mandat
",'
mandate. [chattels.
manekin
"^ lay-figure, manikin.
manela^,
armlet, bracelet.
manewr
"?
manoeuvre.
manez
"^ manage, riding-school.'
mania
^, mania, madness.
manierka^, Cfiaszkaj canteen".
manierliny ^
mannerly, civil, po-
lite, -vyj^i., mannerliness, civility.
manilifest
"^ manifesto
;
pro-
tcst(ation).
'wpulacya
*",
manipu-
lation; proceeding,
-pularz
^
Cubioru k-iie.dzaj maniple.
maiiklla
*",
left hand ; z manki kogo
zazyc, to play one a trick, to cir-
cumvent.
*.tit ^
left-hander.
mankiet
'^ ruifle.
manna ^,
dew of heaven; manna.
manowiec
"^ round-about way.
mantelzak,
vid. matelzak.
mantyllczyc ^V
to grumble, growt
-'ka
"^ grumbler.
mantyla*",
mantelet,
manuskrypt
"5 manuscript.
mapa
mapa'',
map. - [fancy..
mara^,
phantom, vision; chimera,
marcliiiew
*,
(bot.J carrot. -*wia-
ny
"
carrot . . . .wisko
^, field
of carrots.
marcllowka
^, March
- cliicken
;
water from March-snow,
-owy^
March ...
marcypan
'^ almand icing".
marena*^ Czo.J muraena.
marglliel
"^ marl,
-lowac
^? to
marl, -wlowy ^
marly.
margines \
margin.
margrahlia
^, margrave.
*.ina^,
margravine.
..ski
f
relating to
a margrave or to a margravate.
-stwo "I
margravate.
marka^,
fmonetaj mark; fznak)
mark , trade
-
mark
j
(pocztowa)
postage-stamp.
xnarkier
"^
marker, waiter.
markieta'^n
"^ sutler,
-.nka^,
fe-
male sutler,
-vnski
? sutler's,
-nstwo 7
sutler's trade.
Xnarkiz ^
marquis.
*.a^,
awning,
-^-owa
^, marquise, marchioness,
^owstwo ^
marquisate.
Xnarkotnli'ie, -O
? morosely, pee-
vishly;
-*o
mi to, it grieves^ me.
*-y ^
morose, peevish.
marmelada^,
marmalade.
marmur
"^
marble; kopalnia
-^u,
marble-quarry.
'*,ek'^
^narzpdziej
marble -rubber; marble -paper;
fzoj black-fox; fox's skin.
*.ko-
wac
^?^
to marble, vein,
-.ko-
wanie ^
marbling,
-.kowy
^
marbly, marbled,
-^nik
'^
marble-
cutter.
'OWac
^f
to inlay with
marble{-plates).
-vowanie ^
in-
laying with marble,
-owany
^
marmoraceous.
*owy ^
marble,
marmoreal.
marnllie
^^ miserably,
-iec
"V^
to
become poor, miserable ; linger,
perish.
.OSC
^, perishableness;
nothingness,
^otrawca^
squan-
derer, lavisher.
-otrawic
'^'^
to
waste, squander,
-otrawiiy
?
prodigal, lavish,
-otrawstwo
"
maci6 103
lavishing, dissipation,
-owac,
vid.
marnotraiolc.
^y^
perishable ; null,
marOder,
vid. viaruder. [invalid,
marsowy ?
martial; warlike.
marsz ^
march ftez muz.).
marszalllek"^
marshal ;
--ek
f^^yorw,
court-marshal,
^vkowski
"
mar-
,
shal's.
'kowstwo "J
marshalship.
marszczllenie
"
folding; (brwij
wrinkliug.-.ka
*",
fold, plait.
.yc'"*
to fold, plait; fczoloj to wrinkle,
to knit the brows.
*yc
sif T
*<>
knit the brows.
martwilic^f^
to grieve, vex
;
Ccialo)
to mortify, chastise.
*.ic si
^f
to grieve, be grieved; mortify.
-*-iec
"^ to become insensible,
mortify.
*.osc
^, insensibility,
want of feeling,
-ota
^, inani-
mateness, lifelessness.
.y
"
in-
animate, lifeless;
(fig.)
inane,
without expression; benumbed.
maruda IJ
grumbler. [rauding.
maruder ^
marauder,
.ka
^, ma-
marulidnosc
^, moroseness.
-*.dny
"?
morose, peevish,
-dzic
^? to
dawdle, loiter.
mary
pi., hearse.
maryasz
"^ (gra w kartyj marriage.
marynallrka
^, marine, navy;
monkey
-
coat.
*.rski
"
naval
;
marine,
^rstwo ^
nautical know-
ledge. m.TZ
'^
marine, mariner.
marynllata *i
pickle,
-^owac
'"f
to marinate, pickle. [pet.
maryonetka
^, wire-puppet, pup-
marzana*; Chot.j madder.
Marzec
"^ March.
marzilenie 'J
dreaming; dreamery.
-yc
t6 dream; dream on;
y
viit
sif,
he dreams, --yciel
'7
dreamer.
marznllac
"^^
to freeze, congeal;
feel cold;
^ie,
it freezes.
-ienie
7
freezing.
marzyca^*
button-weed.
masa
^, mass
;
fw
konkuraie) as-
sets
pl.f
bankrupt's estate, mass.
masllc
*",
salve, ointment; fkonij
colour; (w kartachj smt.
-cic
'^^
104 mascisty
to anoint, embalm,
-cistyf
oily,
unctuous; (o koniachj having the
same colour.
masielniczka,
vid. maslniczl-a.
maskila
*",
mask
;
masker.
-arada
*",
mask-ball, masquerade,
-owac
""
to mavsk, disguise. -*. >
si^^'X (fiQ-J
to disguise oneself, mask.
o-
wy ^
masked.
maslacz
"
fwino) first press.
maslilak ^
kind of mushroom,
-anka
^, buttermilk.
-any
"
made of butter;
(fig.
J buttery,
weak, -arka
*",
butter-woman.
arz
"^ butter -man.
-nica
*",
churn,
-^-niczka
*",
butter ^ box.
^-ny ^
butter . . .
maslo
"
butter.*.waty
^
yellowish
;
(fig.
J weak, buttery.
mason
"^
free mason.
masowac
^^ to shampoo.
mastyklls
^, mastic.
*owiec
'^
(hot.) mastic-tree.
masywny ^
massive, solid.
maszerowac
^f
(mil.J
\p
march.
maszkara*",
mask; very hideous
person, malkin. [masted.
maszt
"^ (okretiij mast,
-^owy
^
masztalerz
'^ master of the horse.
maszynlia
*",
vid, machina.
<*erya
*",
machinery.
*.ista ^
mechanist,
machinist.
*.ka
^, do kawy,
coffee-machine. [mate.
mat
"J
(w szachach) mate, check-
mata*;
mat.
matai-lC,
vid. mataczyc.
-ctWO ^
fraudulence; humbug.
-.cz
'^
de-
ceiver, swindler.
<czyc
'"
to
swindle, deceive,
-^nina
^, en-
tanglement; fraudulence.
matador
'^
matadore; person of
rank.
matllczyn ?
maternal, motherly,
'ecznik ^
lair; ovary; cell of
the queen-bee.
matedora,
vid. matador.
matelzak ^
portmanteau.
matematyllczny
"
mathematical.
-*k
'^ mathematician.
ka
*
mathematics.
mebelek
materac
^
mattress,
-.yk*^
small
mattress.

materylla*",
matter, subject; stufT;
matter, pus.
-.ai
^, material,
^
materials pi.-,
-*.al
budulcowy,
timber, buiMing-materials.
.ali-
Sta
materialist
;
grocer.
-alizm
materialism.-.alnie'^? materially,
-"alnosc'", materiality.
*alny
^
material; silken.
-jka^,
poplin.
matklla^,
.mother; (vulg.J old wo-
man,
-obojca
'^
matricide.
*o-
b6jczy"matricidal.
-wobdjstwo

matricide.
matnia ^
net-bag
; (fig.J
trap, snare.
matrona^, matron.
matrykuta^, register, roll.
matullla, -^nia
^, dearly beloved
mother.
mawiac
^^ to say; uso to say.
maz ^, grease (for carriages) ; tar.
maz
"^
man; husband; U6 za ^,
to marry.
mazailc
^^ to wipe (away), eSace;
besmear, soil,
-^c sie
^T
(^o dzie-
ciachj to weep, cry ; to be effaced.
'*'llilia
*i
scrawl, scribbling.
mazepa*^ bawler, crier.
mazgalic
^^ to tarnish, dirt.
*,ic
sie
^X
to weep, cry, squeak, .j
'^
noodle, simpleton; sloven, grimy
fellow; squeaker,
-^jowaty"
clum-
sy, coarse.
*.jstwo
','
blockishness,
clumsiness.
mazillarnia
^, tar- hut.
-.arz
"I
dauber.
*.dlo
^
grease; salve,
"^-sty
"
greasy; tarry.
maznica^, grease-box.
mazurek'^
mazurka; kind of cake.
mchowy ^
mossy.
mdlllec
^'/
to faint, swoon away.
-enie"
fainting,
^ic
^^ to debili-
tate, weaken; m.i mnie, I feel
sick, qualmish.
m.dii|o
'^f
faintly, feebly; -.q mi
jest, I feel qualmish,
-osc
*",
qualmishness, nausea ; weakness,
-^y
"
feeble, faint; weak,
me
^^^V'
= ''^'^oje, pi. od moj.
mebllen
pi^ce of furniture.
*elek
'5
meblowa^
small piece of furniture,
-.lo-
to
8l wac
^f
to furnish.
furnish.
hiecenas

lawyer;
(fig.)
patron
of art and letters.
mecll ^
moss; (na roslinach i na
brodziej down.
mechanidcznie
^? mechanically.
*czny
"
raechanic(al).
-*k
^
mechanician, mechanist.
*ka*i
mechanics,
.zm
^"
mechanism.
xnCZl|amia ^,
torture, pang, tor-
mont.
-vennica*",
martyr; fbotj
passion
-
flower. , ^enniczka
^,
-'Gnnik

martyr,
.enski
*? tor-
turing; martyr's; Tcorona m,enskSi,
crown of martyrdom.
*enstwo
','
martyrdom,
-yc
"^^
to pain, tor-
ture, torment
;
martyr, excruciate.
-yc si
^r
to be fatigued; be
tormented,
.yciel
"
harasser,
meczet
'^ mosque. ftormenter.
medal
"^ medal.
*.ik
"^ small me-
dal; medallion,
.ion
"^
medallion,
'llik ^ medallist.
mfdel,
vid. mcndd.
medoweszka
^, crab-louse,
w
medrl'ek
"^
wiseacre,
-kowac
^
to subtilize, criticise.
*.kowstwo
"
pretended wisdom,
^-szy,
comp.
od madry.
^zec
"^
sage, philo-
sopher, ifc-zec
^^^
to become wise.
medyllcyna
*",
medicine,
-.czny
^
medical,
-k
"^ physician.
mfka
^, pain, torture, torment;
mpki piekielne, pains of hell.
melancholilla
^, melancholy.
-Cznosc
^, melancholiness.
*czny ^
melancholy,
-'jnie,
-^-Cznie "? melancholically.
-.k
'^
melanrholiac.
*.zowac
^^ to
melancholise.
melas
"^
molasses pi.
metcie,
vid. vdelenie.
ineldllowac
^'"
to announce. m,m.
sie
wy^
book.
melisila
^, (l>ot.J melissa, balm.
-OWy
"
of balm, melissa . .
.
'^'^
to report oneself,
-unko-
'Unkowa
ksiaika, advice-
mgiczyzna 105
inelod3r1!a \
melody,
-^jnosc
<i
melodiousness, 'vjny
?
melodious.
melon ^
Chot.J melon.
memoryat
^., memoir, memorial.
mendel ^
fifteen, head of fifteeo
sheaves.
mendoweszka,
vid. mfdoweszka.
mennilica
*\ mint.
*.ctwo
"
coinage,
-czy ^
of mint, mint . .
.
; stopa
-cza,
standard.
menuet ^
minuet.
. ^
merdac
^^ ogonem, to wag its tail.
merkuryilalny ^
mercurial,
-vnsz
"J
mercury.
mesllki
"
/^Sfram.^ masculine; man-
ful, manly.*.kosc *imasculinencss,
manhood ; manliness , manful-
ness.
-two'J
manliness, bravery,
courage.
mesyasz
"7
Messiah.
meszka^,
spring-tail.
meszne ^
mass-penny.
meszty pl-i
bluchers pi., half-
boots pi. [lees pL, sediment.
met ^
(czesciejj -^ypL, grounds
j)^,
meta^,
aim, bound, butt.
metafizyllczny ^
metaphysical.
.k"J
metaphysician,
-^ka*",
meta-
physics.
metafora^,
metaphor.
metaH
metal.
*urgia
^, metallurgy,
metamorfoza
^, metamorphosis.
metempsychoza
*",
metempsycho-
meteor
",'
meteor. [sis.
metnli'osc ^
muddiness, turbid-
ness; fwinaj greasiness. ^.y
*?
muddy, turbid.
'
metiloda^,
method.
'Odyczniej>
methodically.
-odycznosc
,
methodics, methodism.
*ody-
czny ?
methodic(al).
metr
'^ fmiaraj metre.
*yczny
?
metresa^,
mistress. [metric(al).
metropoliilta^metropolitan.-vtal-
ny
"
metropolitan.
metryka
^, certificate of baptism
j
register, roll.
mewa^, (orn.J mew.
mezatka^,
married woman.
mezczyzna ^
man, male pers'oi?
106
m^zme
zni;n||ie ^
manly, manfully,
bravely.
*.iec ^
to arrive at
puberty; to become manly.
-.osc
^,
manliness, bravery, .y ^
man-
ful, infinly.
in2;(iiiri>6icamanslayer..'b6jczy
f
homiciaal.
.bbjczyni
^, liomicide.
*b6jstwo "I
manslaughter, homi-
cide.
'WsM"
marital, husband's.
m^zulek ^
dearly beloved hus-
band.
mgia^,
mist; fog.
*.wica^,
(aatr.)
nebula.
*.wy
"
foglike
mglillc
sif "^r
to get foggy, be
foggy.
.fitO
^^ na dworze, it
is foggy,
^stosc
^, fogginess, nebu-
lousness.
-^sty^
nebulous, foggy.
mgnllac"*^^
^czewi^ to move
quick,
twinlile; ~~ oTciem, to twinkle
with the eye.
.ieniel
twinkling;
to
*ieniu
oka, on the spot, in-
mi
^^T"
<^<^t- od ja. [stantaneously.
xniac
"^f"
to crumple, rumple.
xniatklli ^
shallow, flat;
Cfig-J
superficial, feeble-minded; pow-
dery;
<^i
cukier, powder-sugar.
ArOSC^t
shallowness; superficial-
ness, superficiality.
Sniano'J
name; property, goods pZ
-wac
'
--wanie
ment.
-.wicie "p namely, viz
(
=
videlicet); particularly,
^-wnik
(gram.) nominative.
Xniarlla
^, measure; pot, quart;
moderation
;
(w prozodyij metre;
zadnq, -v^,
by no means; wzia6
<*. Cna surdut etc.), to take a per-
son's measure (for).
*.ka
^, sm^ll
measure (for dry goods); shot-
charger,
'iowac'""
to moderate
;
mark, note. . *.
sif ^r
to compose
oneself.
.OYry
"
metric(al).
miasteczko
"J
small town, market-
miasto
"
town. [town.
miasto
^'^ instead of.
miauczellc'"?
to mew.
-vnie" mew.
miaz
T
bigness, thickness.
miazga
*",
(hotj alburnum, sap;
"^f
to nominate, appoint,
nomination, appoint-
inigkn|6
miazszllec
^^ to thicken?
'Osc^
thickness, compactness; density.
mi^
a
accus. od ja.
chyle; pulp
miec
^7 to have, possess; hold;
(kogo za . ,
J
to think, take one
for ...
;
jak sie masz ? how are you?
how do you do? mam list do na-
pisania, I have a letter to write
;
^ wstrpff odrazp do^ to abhor,
~
si
Cdobrze, zlej, to be (well, ill).
miech
"^
bag, sack
;
(pair of) bel-
miecielica*;
strong gale. [Iowa.
miecz
"^
sword; male line; po
*.u,
on the father's side, -v^ik
"^
sword-cutler, furbisher ; sword-
bearer; fryhaj saw -fish,
.ni-
kowstwo
"
office and dignity ot
the sword-bearer.
*owy
"
Unia
-owa,
male line ; zakon -
*,
order
of the sword,
-^-yk"^
smallsword;
fbot.J flower-de-luce, iris.
miednica
^, washhand
- basin
;
fanat.J pelvis
mi^dlillQ
'^^
ClenJ to brake.
*-ca
*",
flax-brake.
miedz^,
copper; small coin.
miedza*",
green balk, ridge.
miedzillak
"^
copper coin,
-any
"
copper, brassy.
.or3rt ^
copper
plate, engraving.
^styf
coppery.
mifdzy
^^^. between, among,
-^morze "!
isthmus.
miejsclle 7
place; room, space;
^c?/aO passage; employment, of-
fice,
-vownik^ Cgram.J
locative.
^-OWOSC
*",
locality.
*.owy ?
local.
miejski
f
townish, town -like;
municipal.
mikczllec, migknac
"^f
to soak,
mellow;
Cf.g.J
to soften, relent.
*,yc
'^f
to soak, mellow;
(fig.^
to soften, touch. [lobe,
miekisz
"^ (u owocuj pulp, pith
;
miekllkawy
"
softish,
-^ki
"
soft,
tender;
(fig.)
mild; efleminate.
-^-ko
"'} softly, tenderly ; weakly
;
jaja na
*.ko,
soft-boiled eggs.
-^kosc
^, softness, tenderness;
,
(fig.)
mildness,
^-nac,
vid. mikczec.
mielcarz
mielcllarz ^
maltman, maltster,
-ticll ^
malt-kiln.
mielllf ^''f
od mle6.
'^enle
^
grin-
ding.
MWO "J
grist.
mielllizna*",
shallow place, shoal,
sands pi.
^uchny ^
very fine,
very subtile, very finely powdered.
mielszy,
comp. od viiatki.
mieniac
^^ to change, exchange.
-
sie
"^r
to truck.
mienillC^?
C^ogo .nvymprzyjadcUm)
'
to call (a person a friend); to
think, esteem.
*.c sie
""V
(o ma-
ieryij to change colours; fczemj
to pass oneself off (for).
mienie
"
property, goods pi.
mieniony ^
changeable (colour).
mientus,
vtd. viietus.
miernillctwo ^
geodesy, surveying,
-^czy^geodetical; p^t ~ ^, mete-
wand,
^czy ^
land -
surveyor,
measurer.
miernilie
'^^ middling, tolerably.
-^-OSC
^, moderation
;
fw jedzemu
i piciuj abstemiousness, absti-
nence; mediocrity, raiddlingness.
#*-Ota *i
mediocre work
;
foaoha)
mediocrity.
*.y ^ mediocre,
middling, indifferent.
mierzchnac
""^
to grow dusky,
'mierzenie'"
measuring.
mierZ'iaczka
\
disgustfulness,
aversion,
-.ic
'"'^
fkomu coj to
disgust a person with ;
*.ic
sohie
CO, to be disgusted with; to mnie
mierzi, I feel an aversion to it.
'liac
'"? to become hated, odious.
mierzwlla \
dung, manure.
-,ic
^"
to dung, manure
mierzyc
^'i^?
to measure
;
(do) to
aim, take aim at . .
.
mierzyna^,
middle-sized horse.
miesc,
vid. miotac.
jniescic
"^ to place, lodge
;
(w so-
hiej to contain, hold. -*.
sie
"^f
(w czemj to contain; be lodged;
(iig.)
to sie w jego glowie nie mie-
ici, it passes his comprehension.
xniescina \
small town, market-
town.
migta
107
miesi!lac*i; month
;
moon,
-^aczek"?
glory, "halo,
-^aczka^,
menses jsl.,
menstrual flux,
-acznica^* da-
me's violet, rocket,
-.^czne
^
monthly
-wages, monthly allows
ance.
-^^cznie ^^ monthly
-^-eczny ^
in.onthly.
'
miesic
'^^
to Enead.
miesiliStosc
*",
fleshiness
;
^m owocu,
pulpousness.
-.sty ^
fleshy, mea-
ty;
Co oxvocu) pulpous, pulpy.
^-WO "I
butcher-meat, meat.
"^
miesniczek
"^ (zo.j blue-bottle.
miesllny'^
fleshy
; flesh . .., meat
...;
dzien ^ ^, meat-day
;
po/raiwa
*.iia,
flesh-meat,animalfood. ^vo" meat;
flesh; ^ou;ociijpulp; dzifrie-vOjproud
flesh.
*opust
Shrovetide ; carni-
val, Shrove-Tuesday.
-opilstny
?
carnival . ,
.
; niedziela
-opustna,
sexagesima.
-^ozerca ^
flesh-
eater,
.ozerny
"
carnivorous.
mieszallc
"^^
to mix, mingle ; con-
found, entangle; fkogoj to put a
person out of countenance, to
discompose; (kartyj to shuffle.
"C sie
"^T
(do czegoj to meddle
with, interfere with, intermediate.
nie 7
mixing, mixture,
.nie
sie
"
interference, intervention,
-niec';
hybrid, mongrel.
-nina *i
mixture, medley ; hotch-potch
;
(zhoze.) maslin.
*.nka^,
(dla by*
dtaj mash.
-*,ny"
mixed, mingled
mieszczjianin
"^ citizen, towns"
man ; commoner, /vanski
^' of a
citizen; common,
-anstwo
right of citizens, citizens pl.^
townspeople,
-ka
^,. (feluale)
citizen, commoner's woman, girl
of the middle class,
^^uch.
^
CpogardliwieJ commoner.
mieszek
*? (small) bagy small
bellows; fhot.J follicle.
mieszkallc
"^f
to dwell, Jive, re-
side, abide.
'Iny
"
habitable;
dam ~ ~, dwelling-house.
<.iiie
dweUing, habitation,
*.niec
"^
.nka^,
inhabitant.^
migta*", fbotj mint.
108 inietelnica
mietelnilica, mietlica
*",
(lot.) hair-
grass
;
(female) rope
-
dancer,
acrobat,
"^-ctwo ^
acrobation.
-%-Czy
"
acrobatic,
--k

rope-
dancer, acrobat.
mietosic
^f
to ruflfle, rumple.
mitus/^
(ryha) cull.
miewac
^'^
to use to have. ^
sie
^f
(dohrze, He) to be (well, ill); ;a&
sie mieioasz? how are you?
miez,
vid. mmK.
miezdrzyc
^'f
to flesh out.'
xnig
"^ twinkling,
-^i
pL, language
by signs, eye language,
ac
'^V'
(czem) to dazzle.
*.ac
^'^
-ac sie
^f
to flare;
Co gwiazdach) to twinkle;
glitter, glisten.
-%.ac, -^nac
'^V'
(''">(''
kogoj to beckon to, nod to.
'^ailie^
dazzling, twinkling
migdal
'^ almond,
-owy
"
al-
inigi,
vid. mig.
'
[mond . . .
migotalic ^f
-"C sie
T
to twinkle.
*nie
"
twinkling.''
migrena^, Cmed.) megrim.
mijac
^?!*
to pass by, pass over;
fprzyladek) to double
;
pass (over),
neglect to mention ; avoid, shun
;
(o czasiej to pass (away) ; kara
cie nie ndnie, you will not escape
a penalty; nagroda ci. nie minie,
you can bo sure of a reward.

si
^r C^
^^'>^) to cross one an-
other; pass by; ~ sip z prawda^
to swerve from the truth.
mika
^, fmin.) mica, Muscovy glass.
mikolaiek
"^
fbot.) eryngo.
mikroskop
"5 magnifying- glass,
microscope.
mikstura
^, mixture ; drugs pi.
mila
*",
mile
;
francuska -., league.
xnilczilacy
f
silent, tacit,
ec
'^V'
to be*silent, hold one's tongue,
-enie
"J
silence
;
quietness, tran-
quillity;
-veniem i>0TOinac', to pass
over in silence,
^-kiem ^
in si-
lence, silently.
I3lile
"} courteously, kindly ; agree-
ably, [oneself with . .
.
Eiilic
sif "^r
(komu) to ingratiate
milicya
^, militia.
'
ministrowski
milion"!?
million,
^^er"^ millionaire,
'Owy
"? millionth; millionary;
million-peopled; ^ ^ pan, millio-
naire.
milkn%c
'''?
to grow dumb ; abate.
milo ^? agreeably ; ~ mi. .
.
, I am
glad to . .
.
mitosllc
*",
.love;^
^c
wlasna, self-
love.
oiwGSC^, favour, grace;
Wasza ^ciwosc, Your Grace,
-ci-
wy
"
gracious
miiollsierdzie "J
compassion, mer-
cy, mercifulness,
^-sieruy ?
com-
passionate, merciful,
-snica
^,
concubine.*
-snik
"^ amateur,
fancier; fhot.) amaranth,
-sny
f
love. .
.
; full of love; liScik -%.
*,
billet-doux; list
, love-letter.
-^stkiiJ^.,
love-affairs
pZ.^-wac^?
to love.
mity ^
dear, beloved ; agreeable.
mily;
"^ darling
mimillcznie
<^*? mimically.
-*.czny
?
mimic.
-*.k
"^ mime, mimic.
*ka
',
mimics..
mimo ^? by
;
puicic kogo --, to let
one pass. - ^^ in spite of, not-|
withstanding; near.
-'CllodeiQ,
''jazdem ^} by the way
mimowolnliosc
^, involuntariness.
y ^
involuntary.
mina*",
mien, look, countenance;
minac,
vid. mijad. \(mil.) mine.
minaret ^
minaret.
mincatirski
"
coining..., mint...
-rstwo 7
coinage.
*.rz
"^ coiner.
minerallt "IJ
mineral.
*.lny ^
mi-
neral; kabinet *~, collection of
minerals,
--log
"^ mineralogist.
'logia
<; mineralogy.
*logiczny
?
raineralogic(al).
minia^,
(chem.) minium.
miniatulira
<; miniature.
--rzysta"^
miniaturist.
minier
'^
miner, mine-digger.
miniony
f
past.
ministller
'^ minister, rsrstwo
^
ministry,
^-eryalny ^
ministerial,
-'eryum
"J
ministry.
-.rowsM
?
minister's, ministerial..
minka
jninka'^
mien, countenance.
minstrel ^
minstrel.
ininog
'V
(river-)lamprey.
rainutila^,
minute,
-nik'^
minute-
band.
^owy ^
minute.
Xnilldd ^
honey; mead, metheglin.
'^odnik
^
(hot.) nectary, honey
cup.
-odny
"
honeyed.
mipdOiiplynny ^
mellifluent
; (fig.)
honeyed.
*.sok
'^ (hot.) honey-
flower..warnia
*",
apiary. -..wnik'^
honey -cake,
-wy
"
honeyed,
honey... ; ~ ^ 7n?esiac, honeymoon.
xniodunka ^, (hot) ox -tongue;
lungwort.
xniot "i; cast, throw.
*.ac
^^ to
cast, throw;
CczemJ to swing,
brandish;
fobelgij to throw out;
(kimj to shake,
-anie si "J
jac-
tation,
-.etka^,
whisk, clothes-
brush,
-ta *i
broom, besom; {botj
hairgress.
*,larz
^,
broom-maker,
broom-man,
-.lisko ^
bad broom.
iniotto
"
Cfig.J
sport, game.
mir
"^ peace; respect, esteem.
mirila
^, (hot) myrrh,
-owy
^
myrrhic.
inirt "IJ
(hot.) mirtle.
*.owy
f
myrtle . . ., myrtiforra.
mislla*",
terreen, platter,
-.eczka*",
small dish, saucer.
.ka^,
dish,
bowl.
misiurka
^, (u TieJi^mM^ beaver, visor.
mistemliosc*',
artificialness, fine-
ness. <.y ^
artificial, artful, fine.
\nistrz ^
master; Wielki ~ (krzy-
zakow), Grand-Master.
-wQWStwo"
virtuosity, masterliness; master-
ship,
-owski ^
masterly.
-%.yni^,
mistress.
aiistyilcznie
"^ mystically.-*.czny
f
mystic(alj.
-^k
"^
mystic.
misylla
*",
mission,
-.onarski
^
-onarz
"^
missionary.
initologril'a
*",
mythology,
^czny?
mythoiogic(al).
mitra^,
mitre.
mitrfllga ''t
delay, loss of time;
'oiterer, dawdler,
-zny
"
laggard.
^-zyc
"^f
to loiter, dawdle; >^
mlody 109
Jcomu ezas, to dawdle a person's
time,
mizantrop
"^
--ka
^, misanthropist,
misanthrope.
*.ia^. misanthropy,
mizerllactwo ^
poorness; poor
man ; the poor,
-.ak
"^ poor man.
poor fellow,
-^nie
poorly,
miserably; tcygladac ^
^,
to look
wretched, poorly.
-*niec
^^ to
grow meagre, get lean.
*.ny
?
meagre, slender; poor, miserable.
-Ota*",
poorness, miserableness.
-ya *i
poorness; cucumber (saladj.
mizgus ^
wheedler, beau.
mklliy ^
fugitive,
--nac
^T
to hasten
away, pass (away).''
'
mlaskac
*'V'
to smack; to kiss
with a sharp noise; (na konie)
mlec
^? to grind. [to crack.
mlecz

marrow; down of the
cheek; ^Z>o<.^ wolf's milk; ^ribif
milt; ^ ciel^cy, sweet-bread; ~ j?a-
cierzowy, spinal marrow,
-ak
'J
milter.
mleczllarka
^^ milkmaid, milk-
woman,
-amia^,
dairy, milk-
factory,
-.asty
*
milky,
-ko
"!
milk.
*nica
*',
(bot,) milkwort.
-vno "? milkily.
*.nosc^,
milki-
ness, lactescence.
-.ny
"
milky;
(chem.) hacteal ; milk-white, milk-
coloured; (astr.)
*.na
droga,
galaxy,
-vysty
"
yielding much
milk; milky,
-.ywo "J
products
of the dairy.
_
mllleko "J
milk; kwasne ~ ^, curdled
milk,
-.ewo, *iwo
"
grist.
mtocba^,
the corn thrashed out.
mtilocek'7
thresher, thrash jr. -.6-
clc
^"
to thrash, thresh,
-*ocka
^t
thrashing.
*'-'rnia^,
thrashing-
mtode ^
young. [machine.
mtodka^,
young Voman; heifer.
miodl'niec
'^^
to grow young again.
^0 ^
youthfully;
-^o
wygiadac^
to look young,
^-ociany"
youth*
ful.
-.CSC*",
youth,
-sza*',
cham-
ber-maid,
-.y
^
young ; za
-^n,
from
one's youth, when young; jpan
.*.y,
bride-groom; panna
*.a,
bride*
110 mlodz
middz*",
the youths.
miodzian
"^ youth, young man.
'^-Idpl.j
Innocents' day.
.kowyf
dzien ~~, Innocents' day.
inlodzic
^^ to make young.
si '^V
to grow young again.
miodzie
pi., barm, yeast.
/
mtodziellnczy f
youthful,
-nia-
szek
"^ very young man, lad.
^-niec
1
young man, youth,
-z
^,

the youths pi.


mtodzillk
"^ very young man;
novice, -wncliny ^
very young;
delicate.
*."wo ^J
beestings,
-^zna
^,
young cattle, younglings pL
miokos
"^
vain youth, hobblede-
hoy, halfling.
mlot
"^ sledge
-
hammer
;
fzoj
hammer -fish,
eczek

small
hammer; (anat.J malleus.
*.ek
^
hammer;
(fig.)
isc pod
^^-ek,
to
come (go) to the hammer.
imtyn
"'
mill; ~ paron-y, steam-
mill; ~ wodny, water-mill,
-.ar-
czyk ^
miller's boy, miller's
assistant.
.arka^,
miller's wife,
-arski ^
miller's,
-arstwo
^
miller's trade,
^arz
'^ miller,
ek
'^ quern, hand-mill; (gra)
nine men's morris; moulinet,
iec"^
mlyricevi, in a circle, round.
^-kowac
^? (zbozej to winnow;
Ciig.)
to veer, tack about.
miynsM ^
mill . .
.
; kamien
~,
grindstone.
mna
^T
instrum. od ja.
mnicll
"^ monk; water-gate. -.0-
stWO "J
monasticism.
'OWSki,
mniszy ^
monkish.
mnie
^^^
gen. dat. & accus. odja.
mniej "^ less, fewer.
*.szec
'"V'
to diminish.
-SZ0SC
^, minority,
.szy ^
minor, less; smaller.
mniemallc
'^^
to mean, think,
-nie "J
meaning, opinion.
inniszllarz
"^ gelder, castrater.
ek
^
(hot.) dandelion.
*.ka^,
nun. -i^yc ^^ to geld, castrate.
Xnnoglli
f
numerous, multifarious
;
{gram.J liczla
-.a,
plural,
^-o "p
modrzeniec
much
;
in great quantities,
-^osc/t
quantity, multiplicity.
mnostwo 7
multitude.
mnozllenie'J
multiplication,
.na^,
multiplicand,
.nik ^
multipli-
cator, multiplier.
*.ny ^
multipli-
able.
-.yc
^"
*yc sie
^f
to multi-
ply; increase.
mobilizowac^f (^mi7.; to mobilise.
moc \
strength, force; might,
power; (vulg.) great quantity;
w ~, na
-*.y, by virtue of.
*.ar-
stwo ^
power, empire,
-arz
'^
lord, ruler; monarch, potentate;
(famj athlete,
-en
? entitled,
authorised,
-no
"^ much ; vigo-
rously, energeticly;
-.no
pada,
it rains hard.
*,ny ?
strong, stout.
mocowal'c si^^r
to wrestle, strug-
gle.
*.nie sie"
wrestling, struggle.
mocz
'? urine, piss ; ~ puszczac, to
make water, urine,
-^adlo
-^ary
pi., moor, marsh,
-enie

soaking; (InuJ steeping, raiting;
fchemj maceration.
.yc '"V'^
to
make water; wet, soak; flenj to
steep; water; fchem.J macerate;
-yc nogi, to take a foot-bath,
-^ydto
"J
raiting-pool.
moda*",
mode, fashion, custom;
wchodzic w mode, to become a
fashion, grow into fashion ; royj^c
z mody, to grow out of fashion.
model
^
pattern, sample, model.
'''Owac
"f
to model, pattern.
modllia^,
standard, rule (of con-
duct); model, mould.
<^ly
pl.y
prayers pi.
--lie sie
'"]'
to say
one's prayers,
-.litewka^,
short
prayer.
*.litewnik'^
prayer-book,
-litwa^,
prayer,
-.-liiica^,
house
of prayer, chapel.
modnlliarka
*",
milliner, modist,
*.ie
"-p fashionably,
.is
T
dandy,
masher,
.y ^
fashionable; stu'
wac sie
*yin,
to become a fashion.
modrllak
"^
ChoLJ
blue -bottle,
--awy ^
bluish, light-blue.-^ooki
?
blue-eyed. *y ^
dark-blue, azure,
-zeniec
^
fbotj
larkspur.,
modrzew
mcdrzew
^j
Chotj larch,
--iowy
f
larchcn.
modulacya
^, Cmuz.) modulation,
modyfikacya
^, modification,
inodz
^\^
to be able; hyc moze,
ze..., it is possible that...; czy
viozesz to uczynic? can you do it?
nie vioge tego uczynic^ I cannot
mostowy 111
mogacy ,
able. [do it.
mogiilia^,
tomb; grave,
-.ki
v^-,
churchyard. [my way.
3i6j
-^^'T
niy
;
niine; po mojemu, in
mojzeszowy ^
^ zakon, Mosaical
law. Jewish religion.
moknac
"^^
to become wet.
mokradlilina
^, humid soil.
-.lo7
>)0g. moor.
*.la pi., rainy weather,
mokrilawy
"
wettish.
^o
? dzisiaj
.*.0
J
^
it is wet weather today.
-^OSC
^, wetness, humidity, mois-
ture,
-.y ^
wet, humid, moist.
*.Z,
vid. mocz.
-^-zyc,
vid. moczyc.
mol ^
fmuzj minor.
mol
"^ (^ioj moth; ^/i^r.^ sorrow.
molestowac
^'^
to trouble, molest.
molik
"'
i^zo.; mite.
moioi'dyca
^, young woman,
''dziec

young man.
moment
'i; moment,
-.alnie"^ mo-
mentarily,
^alny
"
momentary.
momot
"^
stammerer,
-.ac
^?
to
stammer, stutter,
--liwy^
stam-
mering.
monarchlla
^.
-^ini
^, monarch,
'via ^, monarchy,
^-iczny ^
mo-
narchical.
*.izm ^
monarchism.
monarszy
f
monarch's; mo-
narchal.
monetL'a^,
coin; money;
Cfigjpla-
cic komu roxcna <va, to pay a per-
son in his own coin.
-*arny
'^
mint
. . .
-*.ny ^
money . .
.
monitor
'^
turret-ship, monitor.
monoliloglj
soliloquy, monologue,
-^-pol
^t
monopoly.
monstrancya^, monstrance, pix.
montOWily
^ -^a
maka, fine flour,
montwa <; spindle-tree.
mops
"^ pug-dog.
*i ^
like a pug-
dog;
*ia
tivarz, ugly face.
m6r
"^ plague, pestilence.
mora
^, moreen (staff); nightmare,
incubus.
morag
"^ spotted animal,
-vowa-
ty
? tabby, chequered.
mora!|l
'^
morality, moral;
-.ly
komu praivic, to lecture a person,
-'lista
";
moralist,
.lizowac
'*'?
to moralize.
^Inosc *i
morality,
morals pi.
*.lny
"? moral.
mord'^
murder; massacre, slaugh-
ter,
^erca*^
murderer, homicide,
^erczy
"^
murderous, deadly.
*erstwo.7
muBder, homicide.
-"Owac
"f
to murder; torture,
torment. -*.
sie^f
to get fatigued,
tired. ""[mouth, chaps pi.
morda
^, muzzle, snout
;
(vulg.)
mordownik"? C^ot.J
monk's hood,
aconite.
morela^. Clot
J
kind of plum.
mores,
nauczp go ^, I will teach
him good manners, how to be-
have himself.
morg
"i; acre.
morllowka^,
plague-sore,
-.owy?
pestilential.
morowy ?
tabby, clouded (stuff).
morllski^
maritime, naval; sea...;
podroz
-^ska, voyage.-vszczyzna
\
products of the sea.
morus
"^ grimy fellow.
morwa^,
mulberry.
morze ^
sea, ocean
;
peine
~,
main
or open sea; puscic sip na *, to
put to sea, to set sail.
morzyllc
^"
(gtodemj to pinch with
hunger; (tpsknotej to stifle.
*.c
sie
^r
to pinch oneself,
-mord
^7
(hot.) tormentil.
mosc
*",
Wasza Krolewska
~,
Your
Majesty; Wasza fcsi^zjca
~, Your
Serene Highness.
mosilladz ^
brass, latten.
.^inik
^7
brazier, brass-founder,
-^zny
*
brazen, latten; made of brass.
most
"^
bridge ; zwodzony, draw-
bridge,
*.ek ^
small bridge;
(anat.) breast-bone ; brisket. <)-
we"I
bridge-toIl.*.owy
?
bridge..
.j
112 moszcz
pal
-,
pier of a bridge, i^owy
"
bridge-maa, bridge-master.
moszcz
"?
must.
moszna \
bag ; scrotunv.
motllac ""f
to reel, wind on a reel,
^acz"; -&cz3s^9.*,
reeler, winder.
,ek
^i
skein, hank,
.^owidio ^
reel, tvindiass.
nioteta^,
(tmu.) motet, motette.
motlocll
*; mob.
motyka^,
mattock, hoe.
motyn
butterfly.
i ^
butterfly.
motylica^,
(io.) plant-louse; (u
otviecj staggers pi., sturdy.
mowa^,
language, toDgiie J speech;
talk, discourg3.
~
2n6wllca

speaker, orator;
preacher.
>i6
^"
to speak, talk
;
say;
.*i^,
people say, they say;
-feic za kim, to repeat a person's
words.
.ienio ^
speaking ; spo-
s6b
ienia,
manner of speaking,
locution.
*.nica*i
plattform, tri-
bune..nosc
^
volubility oftongue
;
loquaciousness,
--ny
"
talkative,
loquacious.
mozajkjia
^, mosaic (work), mar-
quetry. M'OWac
^^ to inlay with
mosaic,to tesselate.-wowy^mosaic.
m62dzek
'^ (anatj small brain.
xnozdzierz ^
mortar.
<^owy
f
mortar . ,
.
moze "?
perhaps.
''bnoB6,
vid.
viozliwoid.
vbliy,
vid. mozliwy.
in6zg
"^
brain,
--ownica*',
ven-
tricle (of the brain); brains pi.
'^OWy
"
brain..., of the brain.
mozUwIlosc
^, possibility,
-.y
f
possible; praticable.
moznlia
? czy
-.a,
may 1
...;
jdk
*a
najapieazniej , as fast as may
be.
*.ie ^^
powerfully,
.o
"? it
is allowed,
-.osc
*",
faculty, power
;
'possibility,
.y
f
powerful ; able.
moinowtalldca ^
aristocrat, oli-
garch,
-dny
"
aristocratic, oli-
garchical,
-^dztwo
"
aristocracy,
oligarchy.
inozI|61:

pains pi, toil, exertiQn
;
painful work.
-^-oUc Big
^r
to toil
;
msza
9oUeglowe,to rack one's brdas,
*olny 7
toilsome, painful.
mrOCZllnosc
^, duskishness;
ffig.)
Badness.
*ny
f
misty, dusky.
^yt
^? to obscure
; ffig.J
eclipse.
^^
Sie'^r
to grow dusky; b
obscured.
mrok
'^ twilight, crepuscule ; ~iei,
at night -fall;
ffig.J
^ Smierttlny^
dying, death.
mrowllczany ?
formic.
*czy
f
aut's.
*ie ^ anthill; shudder,
mrowisko^ anthill, [shivering.
mrbwl^lla^,
ant, emmet,
-ojad'll
ant-bear,
rolew'? ant-lion.
mrllciz'^ frost; coldness, chill,
^ozic ^
to coBgeal. - *.
sif
^
to freeze
; to feel cold,
'^ozno
<*?
jeat -
,
it is frosty weather.
.Oznosc
' frostiness , chilliness.
*ozny
"
frosty; cold.
mruczellc^'??' to murmur,srumblc
;
--C
soMe pod nosem, to mutter to
oneself.
*.nie'^
murmuring, mur-
mur, grumbling
mrug"^
glimpse, peep.
*,iiac,*ai5^
to blink, twinkle;
-.n%C*'na Icggo^
to beckon to a- person.
>aiiie,
'^nienie^
twinkling, blinking.
mruczek'y Cgraj blindman's buflf.
mruk ^
murmuring; grumblerj
crib-biter,
'liwie
<*? grudgingly.
<liwOSC
^, morosencss, sulkioess,
mumpishness.
*liwyf^
morose,
miimpish,suiky.*na;C,w(tninMe<J.
mmillenie,
vid. mruganie.
*y6
^^
to twinkle (with the eyes).
mrzana^,
(ryhaj gudgeon.
mrzec*'?
to die, decease;
(g^)
to pinch oneself; UidzxB w tym
roku hardzo mr^, this year is a
time of great mortality.
mscillc
^? to avenge, revenge.
*c
sif
^r
t^ ^^ vengeance
,
to
revenge oneself,
-ciel
'^ avenger,
-cielka*",
avengeress.
wo8C
K
rovengefulness.
-wy?
revengeful,
vindictive.
msza^,
mass; msz^. odpratoid, to
say mass; zadunnaf requiem.
mszal:
*1
mass-book, missal.
^^-Inyf
missal;
ofiara -Ina,
sacrifice of
the mass.
mszi'ec
^'^
to be mossed,
-ec
^?
to cover with moss, to moss.
ec si
^r
Co
tnateryij to become
rough,
''ysty?^
mossy.
mszyca
^, (zo.j plant-louse
;
(l)oi.J
moth-mulJein.
mu
-"^,'
(to) him, (to) it.
muc'^ CpiesJ cur.
muchlla
^fly.
.ojadka.'^oiOwka^,
(zo.J fly-catcher.
'*omor'^
(hot.)
toad-stool.
mudo "J
testicle.
mudzic, vid. mitrezyc. [slime.
mui '!^ Czo.J mule; mire, mud,
mulaiirczyk'"
journeyman-mason,
-^rka
*, masonry; mason's wife;
muleteer's wife,
^-rski?
mason's,
rstwo',^
masonry.
*.rz
mason;
wolny
^YZ,
freemason.
muljle"
young mule.
^ica*i
(fe-
male) mule,
-.nik
",'
muleteer.
millillC,
vid. zamulac.
-^stOSC
^,
muddiness.
-*.sty
"
muddy.
multan",' CmateryaJ mollnton.
luultanki pi., bag-pipe, shawn.
inumia*', mummy;
(fig.
J indolent
man.
mundur'^ uniform, regimentalspZ.
''Owac^f
to clOithe (soldiers).
municypalnosc
*',magistrate,Com-
mon Council. [bit.
munsztuk';
mouth-piece;
bridle-
muntOwy, vid. montowy.
inur
",'
wall; bulwark,
defensive
A'all.
*.arz,
vid. muLarz.
mtirawa
*, sod, lawn,
grass-plot;
verdure.
xntiri;ek"J
mantel-piece; niche (of
a
wall), .otom'lj battering-ram.
'Owac^?'
to wall in, lay bricks,
build. *.owanie'!I /^cz?/7no5cV buil-
ding
;
brick -work, building.
-owany?
brick, bricky; fdomj
stone-built; Co kartachj winning.
v6wka
*",
brick; ^orn.^ martlet,
black martin.
murgrabia '^
castellan.
Cze^c volsko-anaielsTca
muzyezny IVz
rnnrzyc^^
to black, smear with
soot.
murzylln'^
negro, moor. Tnek'^
young moor; moor's head, -.uka*",
negress, negro-woman, -.nski?
negro.
mus"J
necessity; compulsion, cou-
straint. z
.u,
forcedly, con-
strainedly,
-.ic*^^
to force, oblige,
-^iec
^^'^
to be obliged, be forced
;
*.ze,
I must.
musrkac, 'iiac^f
to stroke, pass
softly over;" to caress, cajole;
fsuknoj to calender, dress,
^kac
sie
^r
to trick oneself up.
muskut,
vid. muszkul.
muslin'^
(tkaninaj muslin.
-O'Wy?
muslin.
mustrlla
*",
(mil.) drill , exercise.
'Owac'"'?^
*-
si^r
to exercise,
drill,
^-owny ^
well exercised,
drilled.
musllowac
^? to froth ,
sparkle.
'vUJacy
"
frothy, nappy.
muszelka
^, colour-shell.
muszka
^, a little fly, beauty-
plaster, patch.
muszkat, -owiec'^
nutmeg-tree.
-Oiowy"
galka
-.olowa,
nutmeg.
muszkatilela
^, ficino) muscadel.
'^61:ka *i
(gmszkaj muscadel,
musk-pear,
-olowy ^ -otowe
wino, muscadel wine,
--otowy
kwiat,
mace.
muezkief^
musket.
*er^
mus-
keteer, fcular.
muszkut
"^ muscle.
-owy
f
mu?-
muszllia
*",
muscle-shell, mussel,
owy?
muscle.
musztardiia
*",
mustard,
-niczka
^^
mustard-pot.
muszy
"
fly . .
.
muterka*",
female screw, nut.
muteta,
fid. moteta.
muza*i
Muse; muse.
muzeum "J
museum.
muzutmalin'^
Mussulman-
nskif
Mussulman.
muzy II cznie
^^
musically,
cznosc^,
muslcalness.
czny?
114
muzyk
musical, music ... ^.k , ^-kant
*!?
musician. ka^,
music; dorohic
,^,
to set to music,
.kalnosc
*",
musicalness; knowledge of music.
joyprn
y^e^
f-.kalny
? musical.
myllc'^f
-c sif "^r
to wash. -6
o6ie r^ce efc, to wash one's
hands etc.
*cieV^
washing.
mycka*,
cowl, cap.
mydlleikoV"
soap-ball, wash-ball,
-^elnik"^
fbotj soap-wort, fuller's
herb, -lany ^
soapy , soap . .
.
-larczyk
"^ journeyman soap-
boiler; soop
-
boiler's apprentice.
-.lamia*",
soap-house,
-larski^
Boap-boiler's.
--larstwo?^
trade
of a soap-boiler,
-.larz
"^ soap-
boiler, --lasty
f
like soap, sa-
ponaceous, .leniec
"^
fmin.j stea-
tite, soap-stone. ~lic
^"
to ^oap,
to smear with soap
;
(fig
J
~ ~ komu
oczy, to cheat a person, -linypi.,
soap-water, soap-suds pi.
-.Inica^,
Cbot.J
fuller's herb.
io "I
soap;
ffigj
miss, bad shot.
^yilC^"
to mislead, mystify; con-
found. .
sie^7 ^^ ^ mistaken,
be wrong; err.
myika^,
error, mistake.
mylnilie
"? erroneously, wrong.
-OSC^,
erroneousness ; fallibility.
*,y
f
erroneous, wrong, fallible.
mysi
f
mousy, mouse . .
.
; ^krolik,
(orn.) wren.
mysl^,
thought, idea; mind; lye
dobrej .!, to be in the mood.
przychodzi mi na ~, it occurs to
my mind, i^ec to think.
suppose; fzamierzacj to intend;
to imagine; ("o kimj to think (of
one), remember, -.acy? thinking;
po polsku ~ , etc.y attached to the
Poles etc.
'enie ^
thinking,
thought; sposub ~enta, the way
of
thinking; mind, sentiments.
-iciel
"
thinker,
oaysliwlliec,
^y hunter, hunts-
man,
.ski ?
hunting .. .
-st'WO'J
hunting, huntraanship.
mysz

(zoj mouse; ^laskowa,
nabawid
dormouse; ^polna, fiefd-mouBe.
'^y pl-t
(konska chorobaj fives pi.
*.aty ^
mouse-coloured,
-ka
',
small ir.ouse;
Cmed.J mole; par-
ticular flavour of the Hungarian
wine,
-kowac ^
to follow the
scent, to snuffle,
--oldw"^
mouser.
-vOlowka
*",
mouse-trap; (orn.)
bussard. *.y
'^
mouse . .
. ;
(bet.)
^ogoUy mousetail.
*.yniec
mouse-
myt
1?
myth. [dung
mytllnictwo 7
office of the custom-
house; officers of the cuslom-
touse.
*.nik
"^
officer of the
custom-house,
-.o 7
turnpike-
toll; pay, payment.
mzyc
'"\^
(o dtszczuj to mizzle, to
drizzle.
mzyk

(graj blindmau's buff.
JST.
na,
"Old, naSct.
na
^*^
on, upon; for; to; at;
against; iSc ^ obiad, to go to
dinner; sukno surdut, cloth for
a coat; *. mdj koszt, at my cost;
iic ~ nieprzyjaciela, to march
against the enemy.
na
w sktadanych. Czasowniki i rze^
czoumiki, zlozone z
, stojacego na
poczatku, czesto oznaczaja tylko
tryb dokonany ; w angielskim try-
bdw dokonanego i niedokonanego
niema, dlatego tez wiele iryrazow
tego rodzaju (u opuscilismy. Ich
angielskiego znaczeiiia szukac nalt'-
zy pod wyrazami, otrzymanemi pc
odrzuceniu tego >. W tych jtd-
nakze razach, kiedy przez dodanie
^ wyraz nabrat jakiegos notuego
znaczenia, obcego icyrazowi niezio-
zonemu, nie pomijalismy go.
nabajac
^"
to talk much nonsense.
nabariozyc
'"f
to litter.
nabawic
^? to bring upon one;
4W kogo strachUf to frighten one,
*. sig
'^V
to incur; to be weary
nabechta6
of amusement
i
^ ^ chorohy, to
catch a disease.'
Qabeclitallc
^"
to instigate, incite,
actuate.
nie
"
instigation,
aabiat
"^ products of the diary.
nabiiic, ^jac
^^ flron) to load
with shot; fczemj to garnish,
mount; to butcher many...;
/*c
fohie czem glow^, to take into
one's head to. . .
cie, -^janle ^
CbroniJ charging.
nabiel!dz, *gac
""^f
to befall,
happen to; swell,
-.gac
sif ^f
to be weary of running.
_^ >
nabiedzic si
^f
(^^ ^I'^y' to have
great trouble with ,
.
Dabieglliy ^
swollen,
-vnienie,
nabieienie
"
fzyij swelling.
nabierac
'^"'^
to draw, get; fcialaj
to gain ; swell ; * odwagijio take
heart.
nabity ?
laden with shot; (o ma-
teryij dense, compact.
nablakac sie
^r
to wander about
a long timet
nab6j
"^
flronij charge.
nab6r
'^
(rekrutaj recruiting?
nabozllenstwo
"J
divine service,
public worship; devotional exer-
cise; devotion;
(fig.)
nie miec
-enstwa
do kogo, to feel no sym-
pathy for a person.
*.nie
"? de-
voutly,
*nis ^
devotee,
.nose
*",
piety, devoutness.
-*.iiy ^
devout,
nabrac,
vid. nabierac. [devotional.
nabroic
^"
to do much mischief.
nabrzilekiy, -^mialy
"
bloated,
swelled up.
-eknac
^V'
to swell,
be tumefied,
.mialbsc^, bloated-
ness, swelling,
-.miec.-miewac'^f
to puff(up), bloat, swell,
-.mienie"
tumefaction, tumour.
nabudowac
^^ to erect many
buildings.
nabylic, -'Wac
^? to acquire.
*Cie" ''tek'^
acquirement, acqui-
sition,
ty ^
gained, acquired
;
jak
*.te,
tak pozbyte, eoon got,
soon gone.
*.walny
*?
acquirable,
^wca
acquirer,
getter.
naczolek 115
nac
^, leaves and stalk of a herb.
nacechowac^*,^
to mark, point out.
nachodzic
^'"
(krajj to invade, to
make an inroad upon
;
fkogoj to
importune; to surprise, to attack,
-sie
^r
to get weary of walking.
nacliwalic sie
^'"nie m6dz dosyc

,
to praise excessively.
nachyliiac, --ic
""
to bend, bow;
incline. .
sie,
to stoop, bow;
^/i^rj incline,
.enie"
inclination,
stoop, bending.
naciliac
"^ to cut in, to incise, to
notcli.
ecie
"
cut, incision.
naciagilac," *nac
^"
to stretch,
strain; (strunyj to string; fr^k^ ttc.)
to put in, to set
;
frozmoxc^ na co)
to direct; (ztgar) to wind up;
(fig.)
force,
-.adio
rack-bar.
'anie ^
straining ; stringing ; ^/"j^
J
forcing,
-.any?
forced.
*niety
?
stretched, strung.
<
nacijiec, ^-ekac
*^?
to flow in (drop-
ping).
-ecie,
vid. naciqc.
nallcierac, -'trzec
^? to rub in;
(med.J to embrocate; (na kogojj
to attack;
ffigj
natrzec komu iwzji,
to reprimand one severely.
-'Cieranie
7
fmed.J
embrocation,
friction
;
fna kogo
J
attack, assault.
nacierpiec sie
^f
to have much
suffered.^
nacieszyc sie
^f
^fciw*i czem) to
rejoice mucli at. [naci^cie.
nacinaiiC,
vid. naciac.
-.nie
"
vid.
nacisk
"^
CfigJ
pressure; press,
crowd,
-ac
^"
to press, to im-
press; throw in quantities,
naczczo
"f
jejunely, fasti ngly.
naczekac si
^'*
to wait for a
long while.
naczeljjnictwo "
chief command;
direction. *nik
'^
chief, chieftain
;
. ^ stacyi, station-master,
-.ny
"
chief; supreme. [(things).
naczepiac
to hang many
naczerpac
^^ to sloop, draw a
great quantity of.
naczotek
"^ frontlet;
fu
konia)
frontal'
8*-
116 naczyme
uaczynie^
vessel.
naczytac sif
^^ to be tired of
reading; to read enough.
nad
^'^^^
above; on ('^rzeka, on
the riverV. over; beyond; Jmiare,
exceedingly, beyond measure.
nad,
to sJctadanych rzeczownikach
,
i przymiotnikach tiomaczy si^ czpto
przez chief lub super np. :
*.lesny,
chief- forester,
.ludzki,
super-
human.
nadallc,
-wwac
'^^
(komu przywUej
ctc.J to grant one (a privilege), to
confer upon one .. .
-vcsie^Tto
suit, fit.
*nie7
granting; investi-
ture; privilege.
nadac^?
to inflate, blow up, puff
up;r/ifl'J*'Si'^rtopuif
oneself up.
nadal ^^ for the future, stad
^,
henceforth. [fruitless, idle.
nadaremnllie
<*? in vain, -^y

nadarzllac si?, -yc si
'-T
to oifer,
to present itself ; to happen.
nadawca
'^
confcrrer, bcstower.
nadazyc
^^ (komu, za kimj to keep
pace, to keep up with a person.
nadbie!!dZj 'gac
^? to approach
running.
nadbrzezllanin
"? dweller on the
coast, riparian,
e'l
coast, shore;
(rzeki) bank,
-ny
"
littoral, ri-
parian.
nadbrzuszny ^
epigastric.
nadbutwiljaiy ^
a little musty.
-ec
'^V'
to mould a little, become
somewhat musty.
nadchodzic
"^^
to approach, to
draw near.
nadciagilac, nac
^^ to near, to
approach.
naddallc"^^
to add, subjoin, -teki?
make-weight, over-measure.
naddziad
'^ great grandfather.
nad^cie"
inflation, pufifiug. >
si^'J
(fig)
inflation.
nadejsllc,
vid. nadchodziS.
-cie ^
approaching, coming-on.
nadedrzwie ^
lintel.
naden,
= nad nUgo.
nadepllnac, -^tac
^? (co, na coj to
nadokuczai^.
tread, step ; *. . kogo na nog^, i(?
tread on one's foot.
nader
<*p very, extremely.
naderwac si?
^T
to strain oneself
by lifting;
overdo oneself.
nadestac
'^f
to send
nadlitOSC^,
swell, swelling;
(fig.J
inflation.
*wty
f
puflfed up;
bloated.
nadgiownllik
"7 zenith.
nadgiownlly ^
vertical.
nadgnii!c
"]'
to begin to rot. -vly
^
decaying.
nadgradzac,
vid. nagrcdzic.
nadgraniczny
"
frontier, boun-
dary; siup
^, boundary-stone.
nadgrobek,
vid. nagrobek.
nadgroda,
vid. nagroda.
nadgryllzac, -zc^^
to bite a bit,
bite at.
nadjechac
'^V'
to arrive (on horso-
back, in the coach, on board [a
ship]).
nadinspektor
1J
intendant.
nadllktadac, -'iozyc
"^^
to give
into the bargain; to add, subjoin.
nadiamac
"^'^
to begin to break.
nadleciec
^? to come flying.
nadlesniczy "IJ
upper-forester.
nadliliczbowy ^
supernumerary.'
'lotka
^, wing-shell,
-.ludzki
^
superhuman.
nadmiar
"^
excess.
.
nadmienlc^^
to mention, allude to.
nadmiellrny
"
excessive, exorbi-
tant.
.rzy6
"^f
to give into the
bargain.
nadmorski^
situated on the coast,
dwelling on the coast, riparian
nadmurowac
'^'^
to build up
build over.
nadnaturalnllosc
^, supernatural
ness. *y
',*
supernatural.
iiadobi!a%
gracefulness,
-nosc^,
gracefulness, elegancy; beauty
ny
^
graceful, elegant ; beauti-
ful
;
odda6 piekne za
-^ne}
to give
like for like.'
nadokuczac
^? (komu) to press
or drive a person hard.
nadoi:
Xiadl!(31
**? down, downwards;
spascic ^ ~ oczy, to cast down one's
eyes,
.ole
^} below ;
downstairs.
Oiek
"^ (mknij border, edge.
nadpiftnlly
"
icr^gno
.e,
Achillis
tendon.
nadpis
"^ superscription,
inscrip-
tion,
--ac
^^ to
superscribe.
nadplodnienie "J
superfetation.
nadplynac
^? to arrive by water.
nadpowietrznily ^
athmospheric,
celestial; zjawisko .e,
athmosphe-
ric phenomenon.
nadprzyrodzony f
supernatural.
nadpsullc
^f
to begin spoiling.
-C si
"^r
to begin rotting,
-.ty
"
decaying.
nadrlla
^,
o
^
^w ^wfcni^ bosom,
breast.
nadrl'abiac, *obic'"^^
~- wina,
to put on a good face to a bad
business; to piece,
-obic
^f
CchlehaJ to crum, crumble.
nadraznic
^^ to irritate much.

si
^T
/^^
^^'"*J
to tease a person
much.
nadrfczyc^?
to trouble, torment
much.
si
^r
to worry oneself.
nadreptac si,
vie?, nahiegac sip.
nadrukowac
"^^
(ksiaieU) to print
many (books). -
sig
^f
to be
weary of printing.
nadrywac Sie ,
vid. naderwai sip.
Iiadrzec2e
"J
^bank of the river;
region situated along the bank.
nadskakiwallc
^? Ckomuj to court
one; to be officious,
--nie
"
offi-
ciousness.
nadslupie
7
farch.J architrave.
nadspodziewallnie'^? unexpected-
ly, unawares.
*.ny ^
unexpected,
unlcoked for.
nadstav, ?,
,affix,elongation;^^gr.^
deck, adornment,
-iac, '*'ic
^f
to
cut- to, affix; fglowy, szyij to
yjstc. ^ucha, to give ear. ^ ^
sig^f
(czemj to have recourse to.
nadsytac, vid. nadeslac.
nadszaniec
"^
CfortJ
cavalier.
nagaba6
117
nadszargac
^?
rfigJ
imienia, to
stain one's
reputation.
nadsza 'zac
'"f
CodzieniaJ to wear
out a Uttle. m,
si
^r
to be worn
out (by use).
nadto
<*? too ; too much ;
to juz *.i
jitz tego ^! we have had more
than enough of it!
nadtracic
'^f
(majatku) to lose a
part (of one's fortune).
~
nadnzyllc, -wac
^^ to abuse, mi-
suse.
^'Cie'J
abuse, misuse; excess.
nadwatlliac, 'ic
^^ to weaken,
debilitate,
-^enie \
weakening,
,
debilitation.
nadwazyc
^"^
to weigh (out) to.
nadwer^zllac, ^yc^?
to damage,
hurt, weaken ; fatigue excessively.>/
-enie \
damage; exertion.
nadwi^dly
f
somewhat faded.
nadwisle ^
the valley of the
Vistula.
nadwodny
?
growing on the shore,
nadworny ^
aulic, court . .
.
nadwyrfzyc,
vid. nadtverezyS,
nadybac
^^ to surprise.
nadymallc,
vid. nadac.
-.nie si?
^
(fig.
J inflation.
nadymic
"^V"
to fill with smoke.
nadziak
"^ club, hurlbat.
nadzillac, -ewac^^
(w kucharstwiej
to stuff,
-^anie, eiiie ^
stuffing.
nadzielija
^, hope ; kobietaprzy
^i,
woman with child; miec
*-],
to
hope; nie ma
-i,
there is no hope.
nadziwic si^T
fczemuj to admire
a thing.
nadzor ^
chief inspection, super-
intendence.
'Ca
'^ superinten-
dent, chief
-
surveyor,
--czy
?
superintending; rada-^-cza, board,
-czyni
*",
chief inspectress.
nadzwyczajllnie
<^p extraordinari-
ly,
'nose
*i
extraordinariness.
*<ny
"
extraordinary.
nafllciany
"
petroleum . . . *.ta
^,
naphta, petroleum, rock-oil.
nafrasowac
sif ^f
to grieve much.
nagabllac, '--nac, *ywac
'"i'
to
IlB
naga(ia6
ttouble, importune; (ip ezegoj to
incite.
^
nagadac
^
flcomu o czemj to talk
very much about a thing; ("na "kogoj
to speak ill behind a person's back.
*8if
,
"^r
*0 t* tired of talking.
naganlla
^, blame, censure, re-
proach.
<iac,
vid. panic. fciiie ^?
blameably. .nosc^,
blameable-
ness, reproachableness.
#*ny
f
blameable, reproachable.t
Uaganlliac
^^ (zwUrzynf) to beat,
'^iacz
"
beater,
.ka
^, battue
nagi
*? naked; bare. [(chase).
nagillac, -nac
^'f
to bend, bow;
(
do czegoj to accustom to. **
%\^X
to bend, stoop.
'>^cie'7
flexion,
'nalny
J
flexible.
nagHiacy ,
urgent, pressing.
e
<*?
on a sudden; very quick, very
speedily,
-.ic
^f
to incite, impel;
urge, press; czas
*i,
time presses.
naglllOSC^t
suddenness; urgency;
hurry. *.y
"
abrupt, sudden,
urgent.
nagl6wek
'^
top, head.
nagniewac si
"^r
("i^^^) to ^^ much
scandalised at.
nag^Otek
"^ corn (on the toe).
nago
^} nakedly, barely,
-vsc,
*ta.^,
nakedness, barenness.
nagolidny ^
welcome ; convenient,
-dzic
sif "^T
to happen, come
to pass.
nagdrze ^
above, aloft.
nagoscic Bi
^f
to be a person's
guest for a length of time.'
nagradzac,
vid. nagrodzlc.
^
nagrac
sif "^f
to have played
much; to be weary of playing.
nagrobliek
"
tomb, monument;
epitaph,
-.kowy, ^-ny
"
sepul-
chral, tomb ...
uagvodila
^, reward, recompense.
zi6
^^ to reward, recompense:
idemnify, compensate,
-ziciel"
rewarder.
nagromadzllac, -^ic
""^
to accu-
njulate, amass^ aggregate.
nagryllzac, -'ZC
^? to take a bit
nakazanj
of, to bite at;
ffig.J
to grieve
much.
*^c
sif
^
to grieve much.
nagrzeszyc
sif ^
to have com-
mited many sins. [pan.
nagrzewalicz, 'Inik
^, warming-
nagnllcliny, -sienM,
quite naked.
nanajka
*",
knout, cat-o-'nine-talls;
naigrawallc
sif ^
fz
kogoj to de-
ride, ridicule,
.nje, -^lue si
derision.
naiwnllosc ^, naivetfe, ingenuous^
ness.
-y ^
naive, ingenuous.
najllac^? Cod kogoJ to hire, rent;"
fkomuj to let out, hire out.
.ac
sif "^r
to hire oneself (outj.
^cie ^ hiring ; letting out
;
(dom)
do.fcia, .. on hire.
najllazd ^
inroad, invasion, irrup-
tion,
't.eckac
"^f
(hraj) to in-
vade, Oiogo) to attack, surprise.
najem
'^
lease, hire; hire, rent.
'idea
', female journeyman.
'O'lliczo
**? mercenarily; negli-
gently.
<^niczosc \
mercenari-
ness.
niczyf^
on hire, hackney,
.nik ^
hireling, mercenary,
.ny^
hired, hackney . .
.
; zoinierz
-
~, mercenary.
najesc si
^f
to eat oneself full.
najety
"
hired, on hire.
naiezdnillczy
"
incursive, invasive.
^Jk
"^
invader.
naiezdzac,
vid. najechad.
-yc
t<l
najezllony
f
bristly,
set on end, bristle,
naj^orszy ^
mperl. od zly.
^
na^asniejszy
f
~ Pan, His Majesty,
najmniej "?
superi. od maio.
*8zyf
superl. od maty.
najmowac,
vid. najac.
najnizszy,
vid. niiszy.
najpierw(ej)
<*? at first, above allr
na^przdd
^? first, firstly.
naisc,
vid. nachodzid.
nakadzllac, -16
^? to fumigate,
''anie
"
fumigation.
nakarmic
^^ to satiate, seed.
nakaz'i
order, command,
-ac^f
to order, command,
-i-anyf
com-
manded, extorted.
nak^ad
naklad
'J
expenses, outlay; em
^(autora
tie.
J,
published by, priu-
ted for.
-ac
^f^
to lay on, to
put on; (luk) to string; (fajlcf)
to fill; (podatkij to impose; (na
CO
J
to give
;
(czem) to risk, stake.
-anie 7
loading, lading. *ca
'^
publisher,
-^owy ^
ksifgamia
-owa,
publishing-business.*
naklaina6
^f
(prztd kimj to tell
a person many lies.
naktllaniac, -onic^f
to adduce,In-
duce. m. m.
si^,
to lean
;
(do czegoj
to consent to, to acquiesce in.
nakieic
^"
(na coj to glue upon.
nakolanek
"^ knee-cap.
nakoniec
";}
after all, at least.
nakrajac
,
(czegoj to cut a great
deal of something.
^
nakrapiallc
*'"
to speckle.
-*c.
nakropic ^
to sprinkle,
-nie
,
sprinkling; piedness.
--nyf
speck-
led, pied.
'
nakrfcilac, ^it^^
to direct; (ztgar)
to wind up
;
fprawo etc.) to mis-
represent, misinterpret.
nakreslllic
'^^ to sketch, delineate,
'enie
"
sketch, delineation
nafcryllc, --wac
^f
to put a cover
on, to cover ; * , do stolu, to lay
the cloth ; m. glowp, to put upon
one's head, m,
sif ^f
to cover
oneself,
-.wacz
"^
table-decker.,
^Cie, -'Wanie" covering; table-
cover.
<.wka
^, cover.
nakrzyz
<^p across.
naksztalt
i>
like.
nakupic^" to buy, purchase much.
nalac
^?^
to pour in, infuse ; ~ to
czv.h, to get drunk. [charge.
naladowac
""f
to load; burden,
nalajac
^''^
to scold, chide.
natamac
^f
- drztw, to break
many
trees; - o6ic giowy, to
beat one's brains
nalanyf poured in, infused; bloa-
ted, smollen.
aalllatac
sif ^r
to be weary of
running,
-eciec^?
to enter (iuto)
flying.
J
namiestnikostwo 1 1
9
nalegallc
^? fna
kogoj to press,
to urge a person, nie
**
pres-
sing, urgency.
nalepic
^? to glue upon.
nalesnik
"5 pan-cake.
nalewllac,
vid. nalac. 'k'ka^t
wa-
tering-pot; kind of brandy.
nalelliacy
"
(do czegoj belonging
;
appertinent (law).
-*zc, . . .
vid.
znaUzc.
^-zca

finder, ^^zne 7
finder's reward,
-iec
"^ /^^o
fco^o> to belong to; fdo
czegoj
to take part in, to participate in
;
to appertain ;
"^-zy ij, it is suitable,
it is becoming; to *4y do
'*?,
that is my business, that balongs
to me.
*zec 8i ^
to have beeo
lying a long time.
nalezlinosc *i
appurtenance(8), ap-
pendant; debt,
.ny
"
(do kogoJ
belonging; due, proper.
'ycie**f
duly, properly, in due form;
roughly.
*.3rfcosc^,
debt ;
appurte-
nance.
'Vty
f
due, proper.
nal||6g
'; habit, bad habit.
*'OgOWy ^
customary, habitual
;
^ pijak, habitual drunkard.
natozniclla
^, concubine, 'two 7
concubinage.
*zy^
concubinary.
nato^SX.
vid. naktadac.
nam
^
,
to us, us.
namacallc^?
to find groping about.
--Inosc
V
palpability.
--Iny ^
palpable, plain.
'
^
^
namallczac,
vid. namoczyc.
'kaci
namoknac ^
to be drenched.
namalowac
'"^
to paint out.
namallscic ^f
to anoint, to em-
balm,
-.szczenie ^
anointment;
(fig.J
pathoB; ostatnie
, extreme
unction.
namawlac,
vid. namdwiS.
namazac
^f^
to oil; to bedaub.
nami^kllac, -'n%c ^
to be molli-
fied, be softened.
namiest II
nictwo
"
lieutenancy,
vicegerency. *niczy ?
lieute-
nant's, -nik
'^ lieutenant, go-
vernor, ii'iiikostwo
"
lieute-
oancy; lieutenant and his lady.
120 namiestnikowa
nikowa ^, la'iy of a lieutenant.
liikowac
^^*
to be governor,
Heutenant.
nami^tlInie^'^P
assionately.
n sc
^,
passion, emotion,
-ny?
ardent,
passionate,
namiof^
tent.
*ek
small tent;
pavilion ; canopy. [room,
namknac
sif ^T
to draw off, make
namollcz, --k
"^
fmed.) infusion.
-czyc
^^ to soak, steep ; infuse.
kty
?"
infused; soaked, drenched.
namodlic si
^f
to have prayed
long,
namoknac,
vid. namakac.
namotac""
^"
to finish reeling,
namllowa
^, instigation; persuasion.
Cwic
^?'
to instigate
;
persuade.
'm, ,
sif "^V
to make an agreement.
namozolic si
^f
to worry oneself.
namrzec
sif^r~
s^? giodu, to starve.
namulic
^"
to fill or cover with
mud. [lather.
namydlic
^^ to soap
;
(hrodej to
namyllst-'^
consideration, delibera-
tion
;
z
'Slem,
deliberately, on
purpose; tez *s%Ujinconsiderately
;
extempore,
-^slac si$, -^slic
sif^f
/'nad czem^ to consider, ponder
;
(na CO
J
to resolve.
*.slenie
sif ?
consideration, reflection; resolu-
nan
= no. niego. [tion.
nankin

nankeen.
<*.owy?
made
of nankeen; ^podm'c*-owe, nan-
kins pi.
naobiecywac
^^ -Jicomu wieie, to
make many promises to a person,
naoczjinie
'^^ evidently, plainly;
ocularly,
-..ny
"
evident, plain;
(iwiadectwoj ocular; dwiadek'^^,
eye-witness.
naokdl ?
&p'^,
around,
naokolo,
vid. wkoto.
naopak
<^p perversely,
naostatek ? finally, after all.
napalld ^
'assault, attack ; inroad,
incursion; fmed
J
fit, paroxysm;
.d
podagry, attack of the gout,
-^-dac, ^-SC
^?? to assail, assault,
attack; ^o chordbiej to attack, take.
napiwek
napaiac,
vid. napoH,
napakowallc
^? to fill (up); to
cram; '^io sip ludzi do pokoju, the
room became crowded,
napalic'*^^
to light a fire; ^wpitcu,
to heat the oven,
naparstliek

thimble,
-nica^,
CbotJ
foxglove.
naparzilac, -yc
*"?
to foment;
(chustyj to bathe, to wash.
>anie<
fomentation,
napallsc^,
assault, attack; offence.
''Stniczy
"
aggressive, oflfensive.
~8tnik
"I
aggressor, assaillant,
-^stowac
'^f'
to aggress on.
napatrzyc sie'^f
to look enough,
to get tired to look at.
napawallc
^f
to imbibe, impregr
nate
;
(jigJ to fill with,
--c si^
'"f
to suck up, to imbibe,
-nie,
- <
sig
"
impregnation.
napchac
^?
^ si
"^r
^^ cram,
.napedzllaci -ic
'"^f
(zwierzynp) to
beat; (kogo do czegoj to incite,
impel;
k.ic komu strachu flub PiO"
traj, to strike a person with fear,
napetllnic
^f
to fill up, fill rtez
fig
J -nic si
^f
to be filled.
--nienie
"
filling.
napewno
*^p assuredly, certainly,
napillac,
vid. napinac.
-*gcie 1
ten-
sion
;''
strain,
napic
^f
to drink much.
-sif ""V
to drink enough, to quench the
thirst;
Cfig.J
to imbibe,
napiellrac'^"*,*
(kogoj to press hard.
->"*'
sif ^r
to importune,
'^ranie
sie ^
importunaey.
napiersnii'ik
"^ breast-plate, sto-
macher. -*,y
^
breast . .
.
napietek
"^
heel, [to stigmatize,
napietnowac
^^ to brand;
CfigJ
napilijac,
vid. napic.
-,lyf
drunk,
tipsy. [to strain,
napinac^f
/^^wfejtobend; (struny)
napis'^
inscription; address,
-ac'^?
to write (down); to compose, set
down in writing,
napilltek";
drink, beverage,
-wwek^'
a tip, small gratuity.
naptaci6 sig
naplacic 8i
^f
to have jaid
enough.
naplakac 8i ^
to have wept
much. [many tricks.
naptatac^^ -^figldv),
to have made
naplecznik
"^ strap.
napletek

foreskin, prepuce.
naplnc
^'?
to have spit, to spit.^
napiyllw
'^ aCflux, influx.
*.wac,
nac"^?
to flow in, flow to;
ffig.J
to inundate. *wowy ^
flowing
to; coining from abroad.
Dara2a6 121
napoczllynac, --ac
(chleha,
sztjnki) to begin to cut; (hutdk^ etc.
J
to broach,
-^ty ?
broached.
napodziw ^
astonishingly.
napogotowiu
<^^ ready at hand.
napiloic
^"
to give to drink ;
kogo
czem
(figj
to inspire one with.
-6J
"7
drink, beverage; (med.)
potion,
ojony^

przesadami,
lull of prejudices.
liap6t
f
half.
napomllinac, ^iiiec
'^^
to admo-
nish, exhort,
^inanie, ^nienie
"
admonishment, admonition, ex-
hortation.
napomliknac, --ykac
""
to allude
to, to give*" the hint,
-^knienie
"
allusion, hint.
napoprzek
"? across, athwart,
napotem ^? for the future.
napotllkac, *ykac
^^ to meet.
napotny
"
diaphoretic; srodek
<,
diaphoretic.
_
napowietrzny ^
aerial.
napowr^t ^^ back,
napracowac si?
^f
to toil and
moil, to work much.
naprallwa
*",
reparation,
mending
;
transformation,
reformation.
-wca, 'Wiacz

mender; im-
prover, amcnder.
-wic, *wiac
^'^
to repair, refit, patch
;
(krzywd^j
to make up
; improve, meliorate.
'- ^ sig
^r
to get better,
-wiiy
?
reparable.
naprfz!|ac,
-yc
^? to stretch out,
strain,
-venie " tension.
'Ony"
stretched.
to have in-
^ to
81^
naprosic
"7 ^goscx^
vited many guests,
havo begged long.
naprowadzic
'^i
to bring, put;
(fig-)
~kogo na dohra drog^, topufe
one in the right way; ^ kogo na
jaka myU, to suggest a thing to
a person.
napr6zno *? in vain.
naprzec,
vid. napierac.
naprzeciw, -".ko
^'^
opposite (to),
over
.ko "? over against.
naprzemian(y)
-p alternately, by
turns.
naprzestrzat ^?
^
through and
through ; otworzyc okna
-, to open
tho windows opposite to each
other.
naprzod ? in front, before ; first-
ly
;
in advance. -
*
on
!
naprzykrzllac
sif
, -'yc 8i
^f
to
molest, importune,
-anie sie "X
importunity,
-enie "J
satiely*
disgust; az do ^-enia; more than
enough,
-^ony
*? molestful.
napuchlllosc
*",
swelling, bloated-
ness.
-^ly ^
swollen, bloated.
*nac
^? to swell.
napullscic, -^szczac
^? to imbibe^
impregnate.
napullszenie "J
inflation, conceit,
--szony
^
putFed up, coaceited.
-'Szyc''?
to inflate
; (fig.
J
- ^
^i^^'T
to puff oneself up.
szysto
<*?
bombastically, 'vszystosc
i

"tylu, bombastic style,
^szysty
^
("tylj bombastic.
napychac,
vid. napchac.
narallda *i
consul tr.tion, delibera-
tion,
-.dzac si, *dzic 6i
""f
to consult, to confer.
naraic
to procure.
naramiennik ^V
armlet, bracelet;
.ehoulder-strap, epaulet; neck-
piece.
narljastac, 'Osiiac
to rise,
swell; grow up, to shoot out.
-astajacy
f
;iccrebcent.
naraz
"f
at once,
narallzac, *zic^^
to expose.
*2ic
122 nara^ny
Bi ^
fkomuj to" hurt a person's
feeling's.
A>zac 8i
^a nie&ezjjfe-
czenstwo, to run a chance.
narazny ^
opportune.
narcyz
"^ ^to^j narcissus.
narda*",
fbotj spikeward. _
narfczl!e "I
armful,
^.nik
"
sling,
ny
"
~ ~ kon, led-horse.
narekawek ^
sham-sleeve.
nareszcie
"f
at last, finally.
narkotyk ^
narcotic.
narobic
^^ to manufacture, to
make many . . .
; to cause, occa-
sion;
CfigJ
narohiteS sobie! you
are in a scrape!
narllbd
nation,
-.odowosc^,
na-
tionality, nationalism.
-'Odowy?
national.
narodzli'enie "J
birth,
-ic
^? to
bear (a child)
;
Boze *
~,
Christmas.
-ic si
^r
to be born,
-^iny,
vid.
urodziny. [crescence.
narosllc,
vid. narastaS. >\ ^, ex-
nar!!6w
""^
bad habit,
-.owic
"^f
to accustom to bad habits; to
spoil. .owisty"(^oJ;oiu; restive,
skittish; freakish.
narozllnik^
corner; /yori.^ bastion,
-ny
"
corner . .
.
narnszllac, ^yc^f
to violate, hurt;
(spokojj to disturb, trouble,
-.al-
nosc
V
violability.
*.alny ^
vio-
lable. *.enie
"
violation, infrac-
tion, disturbance.
narwal
'^
C^oJ
narwhale.
narybllek

fry.
-lac, mc
^?
(stawj to stock (a pond with fish).
narycbtowac
^^ (dziaioj to level,
point.
_
narys
'^ drawing, sketch,
^^o-
wac
""^
to draw, trace.
narzadzllac, -ic
^^ to dress, pre-
pare\ get ready; mend, piece,
narzecze
"
dialect. [repair.
narzeczollna
^, betrothed, fiancee,
^-ny
%'
betrothed, fiance.
narzgdzie ^
instrument, imple-
ment, tool.
j^arzellkac
^V"
to utter lamenta-
tions, lament: fnahogo) to com-
naslugiwa6
plain of.
-^kanie lament, la-
mentation.
narzllnac, -srnac
"^f
to incise, cut
in; (cztgo) to saw much, many ..
.
-"iiiecie "I
incision.
_
narzucllac, -'ic
*'f
(idan^) to plas-
ter, rough-cast; fkomu coj to ob-
trude on, force upon; cast up,
throw up.
-ac Sie
^f
(komuj to
obtrude oneself on"! -.anie
"
ob-
trusion; (Sdanyj plastering.
narzutka^, mortar, plastering.
narzynany
"
incised, notched.
nas ^^ us, of us.
nasallda^,
(atrzelbyj stock
;
(u uozuj
beam.
'dzac, 'dzic^"
to plant,
set many . .
. ;
(kurpj makebrood;
(kogoj suborn.
nasci^,
have it! take it!
nasetac,
vid. nasytad,
nasenny ^
soporific.
nasep
*
mound, kno\l.
nasiac
'"'^
to sow
; ie*^ tego jdkby
nasiai, there is plenty of it.
nasiadka^,
brood-hen.
nasiakilac, --iiac
'^V'
to imbibe.
nasienllie ^
seed; (zwierzfdaj
sperm; .. Iniane, linseed,
.io-
wy
"
spermatic; seed. <nik

pericarp,
-ny
"
seminal; sper-
matic.
nasionko ^
grain of seeJ.
naskorek ^
epidermis, scarf-skin.
nasladowllac
^f
to imitate; ^(af-
szujacj to counterfeit, .anie 7
imitation,
-ca
imitator. 'Czy^
imitative,
.czyni, -niczka \
imitatress.
^nictwo "J
imitation,
apery; rage of imitation, .ni-
CZOSC
^, imitability. -.niczy ?
imitable; imitative.
nasiallc,
vid. nasytae.
nie ^
des-
patch
;
punishment,
.niec'^
mes-
senger.
naslinic
"*^?
to spit on, bespit.
nastncliac si^
,l^czegoJ to be tired
of hearing; fod kogoJ to be re-
primanded, to be reproached,
nasinllgiwac
^? fkomuj to ap-
I
pear obliging (towards a person.
Iiashizy6 sig natomiast 123
*zyc 8i
*T
to have served along
time ; be weary of serving.
nasmillac sie
^f
to have laughed
much,
-.eszyc
'"'!'
to make one
laugh,
-ewac si^,

ac 8i
""^r
(z kogoj to laugh at a person, to
deride a person ; sip z cicha,
to laugh in one's sleeve. 'ewacz,
ewca
"T
mocker, derider.
nasmrodzic
^
fgdziej to make
smell badly, to fill with stink.
uasolic
^"
to salt, pickle.
nasllpa, -ypka^,
bed-tick.
naspiewac
sif ^
to have sung
much.
nasprycowac
*'?
to inject.
nastalic, 'Wac^?
to begin, appear,
come on.
.t si ^
to.be weary of
standing,
-nie
"
comiog-on.
nastalic*^?
fzelazo) to harden, chill.
nastapic
^^ (na co) to tread upon
;
(na kogoJ to attack
; fpo kim, po
czemj to succeed, follow
nastarczyc^^r^oTOw; to keep pace
;
suffice.
nastawallc
"^
(na co) to insist
upon; (na JcogoJ to press; vid.
nastac;
*c
na czyje zycie, to at-
tempt a person's life,
-^-nie
"^
urging, insistence.
nastawillac, *c
^f
to set up, put
up many . .
, ;
(zegarekj to set
right; fwodp etc
J
to put on the
fire,
.enie "J
setting up.
nastfpllca"^ -'Czyni^,
after-comer,
follower, succeeder;
--ca
tronu,
successor to the throne,
-nie
<*?
subsequently,
-.ny^
subsequent,
following,
'^owac,
vid. nastapic
;
(na kogoJ to press hard, "opp'ress.
'Stwol
succession; consequence.
*Tljacy?
foUowiog; po sobie *,
c-onsecutive, successive.
iiasto||perczyc,*rczyc^^ to bristle
nastrajac,
vid. nastroi6. [up.
nastraszyc
^'f
(kogo) to strike a
person with fear,
nastrfczyc
^f
to afford, procure
;
recommend,
present itself.
si^
t
to offer,
nastrHoic
^f
to attune, tune; pre
pare;
-^oic
powaznie minp, to as"
sume an air of gravity, -dj ^
disposition, composure. <ojenie
^
tuning, tune,
nastrzepillc
'"?
to crisp, -ony
f
crisped
; ffig.J
bloated, puffed up.
nastrzyk"; ^mec?.;injection.*ac^f
to inject.
nasturcya^, fbot.J
nasturtium.
nasun%c
^? to advance, draw near
j
(komu'coj to suggest a thing.
nasycllaC; -ic
^f
to satiate ,
sate.
"-ic si
^r
to eat oneself full;
fczemj to have enough of . , o
A'enie "?
satiation,
nasyiac
^"
Ckornu kogo
J
to molest
a person by sending him im-
portuners.
nasypac
^? to strew, spread;
shoot, heap; CczemJ
fill.
nasz^'T
our; ours; (fam.J
dohra
-a,
things go well
;
po *'emu, ac-
cording to our custom,
naszczac
^^ (w co) to piss; (na
co) piss upon,
naszelnik IJ
pole-strup.v
naszkicowac
'"^
to adumbrate,
, sketch. [to pierce, spit.
naszpikowac
^? to interlard
;
(jig.)
naszydzic si
^f
(^
^ogo) to have
much mocked a person,
naszyjllnik
"^^
necklace.
*ny
?
neck .
.
[one of ours,
naszjmiec
'J
fellow-countryman,
natancowac
sif '"T
to be weary
of dancing.
natarllcie
" rubbing in; attack.
-'CZ3rwosc
^, impetuosity,violence.
czywy
f
impetuous, violent.
ty ^
od nacierac.
natchmlac
^f'
to inspire,
-.ienie
inspiration.
*'iony ^
inspired.
natfdzac.^zyc^^
to Btretch;
(fig.
J
to exert, strain,
^'ienie
"
ex*
ertion, effort,
-ionv ^
strained
;
natkac,
vid. natykac. [intense.
natiollczyc sig
^f
to be crowded.'
-k ^
crowd. [meantime.
natomiast ? however; in the
iU natonie
natonie ^
part of a forest where
wood is being felled.
natracic
""?
fo
czemj to mention.
natrafic
'^V'
to meet, find; en-
counter.
natr^t
"^
intruder, importuner.
-nica
^, intruding woman.
-*,nie
'^^
importunately.
*'nosc^
impor-
tunity, obtrusion, importunacy.
*.ny
f
importunate, intruding,
obtrusive. [bath.
natryskowily
"
-'a
Icapiel, shower-
natrzasac si^'^'^fz
kogo
J
to deride,
scoff at, jeer.
natrzec,
vid. naderaS.
natura^,
nature; temper, natural
disposition
;
ptacic w naturze, to
pay in kind,
-llsta'^
naturalist.
'lizacya^,
naturalization, -vlizo-
wac
^, *"*'
sie
^f
to naturalise.
^-Inie
<*p naturally; of course,
certainly; ze (to uczynite.mj,
(I had) of course (done so).
'Inosc
^, naturalness.
*.lny
"
natural. [oneself.
natworzyc si
"^f
to arise, form
natychmiast
"? instantly, upon
the spot.
'OWOSC^,
instantane-
ousness.
-^owy ,
instantaneous.
natykac
""^
to fill; natkac hrzuch,
to cram one's stomach.
2iaTicz||ac,*yc'^"
to teach; preach;
m>q ja go, I shall teach him man-
ners,
-^.yc sie
*^r
to learn, have
learned,
-.yciel
teacher, school-
master; master, preceptor. #.y-
cielka^,
school-mistress; gover-
ness,
-vycielski ^
scholastic, of a
teacher,
-^ycielstwo 1
professor-
ship; the scholastic profession.
nauklla^,
science; doctrine; ad-
vice; apprenticeship.
owie,
i^-OWO ^} scientifically.
-*0W0SC
^,
erudition, learning.
-owy
f
scientific(al) ; literary.
naumyslnie "^
purposely.
nawa^,
(arch.) nave.
nawalli
'^ plenty, press, crowd.
**lic
'"'f
to heap, throw up.
-*.lnie
-'Jem
**? impetuously; plenti-
nawykly
fully.
*}iiica^, storm,
tempest.
--Inyf
vehement, violent;
(dtszcr')
heavy,
nawalira
^, boiling,
orewagf?.
-^rzyc"""
to boil, brew;
(ilg.)
^
piwa, to bring into a scrape.
^
nawet
"-p even,
nawiallc
'^V'^
to blow in or into;
-to
sniegu do (sienij, wind has
blown much snow into . . .
nawias
"^ parenthesis.
-*.em, 'O-
WO "? parenthetically,
/^owy
^
parenthetical.
nawiazllac
'"?
to tie; (struny) to
string,
-.anie^
tying; stringing.
-ka
^, bandage ; surplus ; damages
nawic,
vid. nawijac.
^
\pl,
nawiedzllac, 'ic
^?^
to go to see^
visit; fmdwiac o BoguJ to aflHict,
visit.
*anie "J
visiting, visits pi.
'^'Snie
"J
visitation
;
fbosTcieJ af-
fliction, calamity; Nawiedzenie
Matki Boskiej
,
Visitation
-
Day.
'iny
pi., visit.
nawi^zywac, vid. nawiazac.
nawil^jac, -^nac
'"^
to wind up,
--nac si
'^^^(komuj to fall into
one's hands,
nawlllec, --lekac, -'i6czyc
^?
to thread, string, -w^tdczka
',
bodkin,
nawodnillac
^^ to irrigate, water.
*'enie 1
irrigation, watering.
naw6j'^
yarn-beam,weaver'sbeam.
nawiliezc
, -^ozic
^? to convey,
bring; (rolpj to dung,
-dz
^
dung, manure,
nawolywac
""^
to call to.
nawrllacac, -dcic
'^V'^
to return,
go back, come back; convert.
-^acanie, -'6cenie "l
conversion,
'bciciel
"^ converter.
nawr6t
"y return; winding; re-
sumption
;
(slonca) solstice.^'ny
?
returning.
n awyciagac
^^ od kogo (pieniedzy)
to swindle a person out of much...
,nawyk||ac,-nad^?
to accustome
oneself.
-*iy
"
accustomed, habi-
nawyknienie
tual, inured,
-.aienie ^
habit,
custom.
nawytudzac
^'"
fod JcogoJ pieni^-
dzy, to entice away much money.
nawymyslac
^'"
to invent many...
;
(koviuj to abuse, revile.
Hawzajem
'^p reciprocally, mu-
nazad
<=^^
back. [tually.
nazajutrz
"? the following day.
nazaiowac sie
^f
to pity much.
jiazartowac
sif
'"^(z kogoj to hoax,
to chair a person much.
nazbierac
'^"
to gather many...
nazbyt "^ too; too much; ex-
cessively, [be chilled.
naziebllic
^? to chill.
*iiac
^f
to
'nazjezdza!!c si
*^r
'^io
sip gohi,
there arrived many guests.
nazioscic sie
^T
fna kogoJ to be
much scandalised at.
nazmyslac
^^'
to tell many lies;
fna kogoJ calumniate
naznaczl.ac, -^yc
^? to mark; ap-
point, fix; destine,
-ony*?
mar-
ked ; appointed, fixed; destined.
nazolknac
^^/
to turn somewhat
yellow.
"
[overeat oneself.
nazrec
sif ^f
to eat greedily;
nazwia
^, name, denomination,
-'ac, nazywac
^'f
to name
;
fkogo
czemj to call a person (a fool etc.).
-ac
sif ^r
to he called; (cztm) to
set up for
...
;
jak sip nazywasz ?
what is your name?
-anie "J
naming, designation,
-isko
^
name.
nazyc si
'"V
to he weary of life
;
to have lived long enough.
nfc!!acy f
alluring,
ric
^f
to
allure, entice, decoy.
flf
dzlla
^, need, misery, extremity.
-^arz
^
poor, miserable man,
viiica
*i
miserable woman. <tepie "p
miserably, poorly, distressfully;
very imperfectly.
*iiiec
^^ to
become miserable.
-*.iiik^
paltry
man.
-.ny ^
miserable, poor;
very defective, imperfect,
-ota
^i
miserableness, paltriness.
negliz
'^
house-dress,
,
nie 125
negocyllacya*",
negotiation, trans-
action.
-.ator
'"
negotiator,
-^o-
wac '^V'
to negotiate, treat.
nfkac
"^^
to torment, oppress.
nekrolog
"T
obituary, necrology.
nektar
'^
neetar.
neoflta ^
neophyte.
nerkiii
pi, reins pi., kidney.
<*.o-
waty
"
reniforra, kidney-shaped.
-owy
"
venal; pieczen
^owa,
roast- loin.
nerw ^
nerve; sinew,
-.owosc^,
nervosity, nervousness,
-vowy
"
nervous.
netto,
fwaga) net.
neutralllizowac
^"f
to neutralise.
'ilOSC
*",
neutrality,
--nyf
neutral.
ni ^
not, not so much as; ...,

.
, neither . . . nor ...;, ztad
~ zowad, without any cause.
niani'czyc
^^ to be nursemaid.
*ka*",
nurse
niby
<*? for appearance, as if.
nic ^
naught, nothing; kind of
milk-porridge; -w z tego, no such
matter;
*.a -, nothing at all; z
niczeyo ~, of nothing comes no-
thing
;
cztowiek do niczego, a good-
for-nothing,
-estwo
"
-'Osc^
nothing, nothingness.
pon,
-'Wart'^
good-foi:-nothing(fellow).
-'Potem
? wart
f
good for
nothing.
nic*",
thread; nici pi., yarn.
niclle
pi', wrong side (of cloth);
kind of cake ; na ^ przewrocic, to
turn (a coat),
-^iany
"
thready,
of linen thread,
owac^" /^*ufc-
niaj to turn
; ffig.J
blame, censure.
niczli'egO
f
<<>
tolerable, pretty
good; tolerably,
-.yj^
of nobody,
of no one, no one's.
nie
<*p no ; not
;
(raz,dwa razy etc.)
more than.
nie
w zlozonych przymiotnikach tlo*
maczy sip zwykle prztz dis, un, in,
im, ir, w rztczo-mnikach czesto przez
want. Wyrazy ziozonez ^^'wktorych
to * nadaje im tylko negalywne
znaczenie, opuszczamy.
126 niebacznie niedogodnos^
niebaczllnie
<*? inconsiderately.
/.nose
*",
inconsideratenesf, in-
cautiousness.
^ny ^
inattentive,
incautious, careless. [delay.
niebawem"?
immediately,without
niebezpieczilenstwo
'"
danger;
dangerousness ,
<
perilousness.
'iiie ^^ dangerously,
.nosc
^,
dangerousness.
-ny"
dangerous,
perilous.
aiebiallnin '7
inhabitant of Heaven.
-'Ilka
*",
inhabitant of Heaven;
very beautiful woman,
--nski
"
heavenly, celestial,
--nskcsc-
^,
heavenliness.
niebieski
f
blue, sky-blue;
heavenly.
lliebo "J
heaven; sky;
(fig.
J hap-
piness; pod golem idehem, in the
open air; jakhy z nieha spadi,
dumfounded;_ o nieha! Heavens!
*ga, ^-raczka ^, pitiable woman,
rak^
lackall, poor wretch.
*.z-
czyk
"^
'Zczka
*",
deceased, de-
funct, -.tyczny
"
sky-high, very
high.
-ze, -"Zatko
"
pitiable
creature. ^ [stence.
niebytnosc
^, absence; non-exi-
niebywailiosc
^, want of know-
ledge of the world. *.y
'^
having
no knowledge of the world.
niecll, --aj
<*? -^pisze etc., he may
write etc.; ^visza etc., they may
write etc.
niecilCllac, -^CV "? involuntarily
;
chcac
*.ac,
will he, nill he.
weilie
^
od
-.enia,
unconstrainedly.
niecheilc
^, dislike, disinclination,
ill will,
^-tnosc^,
unwillingness,
aversion,
--tny
? unwilling, re-
luctant, dissatisfied, discontented.
niecMuj
"^ slut, sloven,
-"nosc^,
*stwo
"
slovenliness, sluttery.
*ny ^
sluttish.
niechno,
vid. niech.
niechrzescijansklli
*
unchristian.
<
OSC
^' uuchristianness.
niechwalac sie,
without praise,
niechybnilie
"p infallibly, surely.
/vy
^
infallible, sure.
niechze, vid. niech.
niecic
'^f
(ogitnj to light;
(fig.j
to stir, spoke.
niecierpek
'^ (hot.) balsamiue.
niecierplliec
^^ to abominate, de-
test,
-liwic
^"
to make im-
patient. ^ ^
sie
^r
to be out of
patience,
-liwie ? impatiently.
-"liwosc \
impatience,
-^liwy
f
impatient.
niecka^, kneading-trough.
___
niecnllie*^?
dishonourably,
-osc
s
abominableness, dishonourable-
ness.
--Ota
^, vice; good-for-
nothing (fellow).
-*,y
f
dishonou-
rable, abominable.
nieco ? somewhat; a little, some.
niecwiczony
"
unpractised, un-
exercised.
niecofniony
"
irrevocable.
nieczsto ^^ rarely.
nieczuljle "^ coolly, insensibly,
-lose
^, insensibility, heartless-
ness. -iy"? insensible, impassible,
unfeeling.
nieczystllo
^^ uncleanly,
-osc
^,
nastiness, uncleanliness; impurity,
uncleanness.
-^y ^
uncleanly ; im-
pure, unclean.
nieczytelnliosc
^, illegibility,
-y
?
.^
illegible.
niedawnllo
<^f
the other day, new-
ly, recently;
--o
iemuy of late,
lately,
-y^ recent.
niedballle
"-^ carelessly, negligen-
tiugly. /wlec, -lucb

careless
man, careless woman,
niedbalitosc \ -Istwo
"
careless-
ness, negligence,
-iy ^
neglectful,
careless.
niedobitki
pi., (ivojskaj residue,
remainder.
niedob6r ^
deficit, deficiency.
niedobllry"
bad; unkind,
-rze"-?
badly; unkindly.
niedocieczonllosc
*",
inscrutable-
ncss. *.y ^
impenetrable.
niedochodek,
vid. niedonosek.
niedogodllnie
<*? incommodiously,
inopportunely,
-nasc
^. inoom-
niedogryzki niegoscinny 127
modity.
ny
f
ill at tjae, in-
convenient, inopportune, [meal).
niedogryzki 2)1., remnants (of a
niedojrzalllosc
*",
immaturity, un-
ripeness,
-ly ^
immature, unripe.
niedoirzany ^
imperceptible.
niedoktadiinie "? inaccurately,
-^nosc
*",
inaccuracy,
.ny
"
in-
accurate, [imperfect.
niedokonany"
unfinished; (gram.)
niedokouczony
"
unfinished.
niedokwaJIs
",'
oxide,
-.szac
^"
to oxidise.
*szenie ^
oxidation.
niedola*",
ill-luck, misfortune.
niedoleliga^awkwardman.simple-
ton; impotent man.
-.znie
<*?
awkwardly.
*znosc^,
awkward-
ness; impotence,
--zny
"
indo-
lent, awkward; impotent.
-stwo'J
infirmity, maimedness; indolence;
impotence.
niedomagaliC
^"
to feel indisposed,
^nie
"J
indisposition.
niedomyslac sie ^^'CczegoJ to have
no presentiment of.
Uiedonollsek
"^
("med.J abortion.
-SZOny
f
abortive, aborted; * ~
ptod, abortion
niedopalek"^ quenched firebrand.
niedollpieczonyf
underdone, not
roasted thoroughly,
-^rosiy
?
not grown up, under age.
niedorzeczllnosc
^, absurdity, pre-
posterousness.
*.ny ^
absurd,
nonsensical.
'
[unattainable.
niedosciglity, -niony ^
reachless,
niedoskonalitoscj
*",
imperfection,
-.iy ^
imperfect. [hearing.
niedosiyszec
^'/
to be hard of
niedosipac
"f
to sleep insuffi-
ciently.
niedostaiy,
vid. niedojrzaty.
niedostatellcznosc
^, insufficiency,
czny','^ insutlicient.
-^k'^
need-
ness, indigence; misery distress.
niedostawac
^^ to want, be wan-
ting.
niedost^pljnosc
^, inacclssibleness.
-^ny
"
inapproachable, inaccis-
sible.
niedootrzegalnllosc
^, impercep-
tibleness.
-y
f
inconspicuous,
imperceptible.
niedoswiadczllenie^
inexperience;
greenness,
-ony"
inexperienced,
niedosziy
"
immature, [inexpert.
niedotykalny
"
impalpable.
niedouiczony" half-learned,
.k'^
half-learned man.
niedowarzony
f
Co
mipsiej un-
done;
(fig. J
green.
niedowiarii'ek "J
unbeliever, hard
of belief.
*.stwo
"J
incredulity,
disbelief; infidelity.
niedowidziec^?
to be half-sighted
niedowierzallc
^f
fkomuj to dis-
trust a person,
-jacy ^
diffident,
distrustful,
'iiie'^
diffidence,
distrust.
niedoz6r
want of control, ofcare.
niedozrzatosc
^, want of ripeness.
niedozwolony ?
unallowed, illicit.
niedufnOSC etc.,
vid. nieufnoscetc.
nieduzo ^^ not much.
Niedziellla
^, Sunday; week; za
dwie niedziele, in two weeks,
-.ny
?
dominical, Sunday; indivisible.
niedzwilladek
"i
small bear ; scor-
pion.
*.ednia
^, bear-pit;
Czo.y
mole-cricket,
-vednik, -"Bdziarz
bear-leader,
-.edz
'"
fzoj bear,
^edzi
"
bear . . . -.dzica
*",
she-
bear,
-^-edzie
pi-, fur of a bear
nieforemlinosc
^, deformity.
ny
"
deformed, shapeless
niefrasobliwy
"
free of sorrow.
niegaszoniiy
"
unslaked, unquen-
ched; ~e wapno, quicklime.
niegdys ^? once.
niegiadki
f
rough, rugged.
niegO -^'T^
gen. & accus. od on.
niegolldny, -.dzien
"
unworthy^
undeserving.
niegodzijlwie
"^ illicitly; nefari-
ously, abominably,
-.wiec, -^jasz
wretch, ruffian.
-WOSC ^
atrocity,
vileness; illicitness.
-^wy"
atro-
cious, nefarious; illicit.
uiegoscinnli'osc \
inhospitability
*.y
^' inhospitable.
128 njegospodarny
niegospodarny
? thriftless.
niegruntownie
"-'^
superficially.
niegrzeczllnosc ^,
impoliteness; fu
dziecij naughtiness,
-^ny
"
im-
polite; naughty.
nieharmonijny
^
unharmonious.
liiehonorowy
f
dishonest, dis-
honourable, [it is so.
llieiliaczej<^''P
just so; fw odpowiedzij
niejaklli, -is
"
certain, some,
.o"?
in a certain manner.
niejasli'no
"^^ indistinctly,
.nose
^,
want of clearness
; CfigJ
imintel-
ligibility, indistinctness.
**ny
"
not clear; unintelligable , in-
distinct.
niejawny ^
unknown ; not evident.
niejedli'en ^
many a.
--naki, -^.na-
kowy ^
diverse, different,
-^na-
kosc^,
diversity.
niekarllnosc
^, want of discipline,
-ny ^
undisciplined. [tholic.
niekatolicki ^
uncatholic, not ca-
niekiedy
"? sometimes ; kiedy
,,
occasionally, from time to time.
niekontent
"
discontented, dis-
satisfied.
niekorzyllsc
^, disadvantage, da-
mage,
-wstny^ unprofitable, dis-
advantageous.
niekrwawy
f
bloodless.
nieksztaitnliosc
^, abnormity, de-
formity, -y^illshaped, deformed.
niektollry
?" somebody,
'^rzypl.,
^
some, several.
niekunsztownllosc
^, artlessness.
~y ^
artless.
"uiekwaszony
f
unlpavened.
nietacno
<^? not easily, with diffi-
nieiad
"^
disorder. [culty.
nieladaf
uncommon; important.
nieladnliie ^? unpleasantly; ~~
wygladac, to look unpleasant.
*.y ^
uncomely.
nielaska ^, disgrace.
^wie
'^^
unkindly, inclemently.
*-W0SC
^,
malevolence, incleraeny.
-wy
"
unfriendly, unkind.
nieledwie p hardly, no sooner.
nieleniwy
f
active, agile.
nienaruszony
nieletni
f
minor, under age.
nieliczniiie
^?
-'y ^
in small
numbers.
nielitosciwllosc
^, mercilessness,
cruelty,
-y
^''
merciless, cruel.
nieludz Iki ?
inhuman, barbarous.
-N'ko "p inhumanly.
*-kosc ^t
in-
humanity, barbarity.
niema, -^sz,
there is no . .
.,
there
are no ...;*. go, he is not there.
niemadllry ^
imprudent, foolish.
^Yze^
ad
imprudently.
niemal "^ ^ilmost, nearly.
niemczOec
'^"
to be germanised.
-wye
"^^
to gerraanise.
*.yzna^,
German manners and language.
niemalllo ^^
pretty much, pretty
many, -vy ^' not small, consi-
derable, [unmanliness.
niemezklli
^} unmanly,
-osc
^,
niemiara
^, co^, plenty, a world of.
niemiec
^f
to become dumb; to
be wanting of.
niemile
^^ unkindly; ^wa kogo
2Jatrzec, to look at a person with
an evil eye.
niemilllo
"-? to mi
^^
I am sorry
for it. 'wOsiernie<^^
unmercifully.
'Osierny
^
pitiless, merciless.
*.y ^
disagreable, unpleasant.
niemoc^,
infirmity; sickness.
niemoralnllosc
^, immorality,
-.y^
immoral.
niemoli'ta
^, dumbness.
*'Wa'^<6^,
mute, dumb person.
-.wle'J
suck-
ling baby, .wlectwo ^
infancy,
-^-wlecy
"
suckling's, infant.
niemozllebnosc, -liwosc
^, im-
possibility,
-^ebny, -'liwy
"
im-
possible,
-^nosc^,
impotence.
niemy ^
mute, dumb.
niemylnie
<^? aright, surely.
nienackllo ^
z
a,
unawares, nn-^
expectedly, all of a sudden.
nienajgorszy
"
not the worst.
nienajgorzej ^^
passably.
nienalezny
f
not findable.
nienalezytosc
^. indecency, im
propriety.
nienaruszony ?
inviolable, intact.
iiiena8ycono66
ftlenasyconlloid
",
insatiability,
y^
insatiable, [-y" unnatural.
nienatnralnl!oB6 \
unnaturalness.
nienawilldzid
^'^
to hate ; kogo
/hnxtrttlnie, to hate a person like
poison,
'dzony"
odious, hated.
m,it ^, hate, hatred,
stnosc
*",
odiousness.
^stny ?
hatable,
odious.
'
['iiy^,
abnormous.
tiienormallnosc
', abnormity.
nieobeclinosc
^, absence; (na
sadziej non-attendance, m.jiy
f
UDsent; absentee.
nieobliczony
"
incalculable.
nieobowi^zujacy ?
not binding,
not obligatory.
nieotronny
f
unfortified.
nieobrzezany
"
uncircomcised.
nieobyczajLnosc
^, immorality,
ny ,
immoral. [appreciable.
nieoceniony
*? inestimable, in-
nieoclifdlldstwo
"
-oinosc
^, un-
cleanliness, nastiness.
-oiny
"
uncleanly. [indispensable.
nieodbi|Jcie<*?
indispensably,
'^-ty'f
nieodigadnionyf
undecipherable,
iaczny
"
inseparable, indisso-
luble,
-mienny
f
(gram.) in-
declinable,
-.porny?
irresistible.
uieodpowielldniosc
^, unfitness,
unsuitableness.
-dni ^
unfit, un-
suitable,
.dzialnyf
irresponsible.
nieodJIrodny ?
not degenerate,
being like one's own stock.
-St^pny ^
inseparable.
nieodwloczllnie
'^f
without delay,
immediately,
ny
f
immediate.
nieodwolalllnosc
^, irrevocable-
uess. .Inyfirrevocable. [missing.
nieodzatowany
"
being always
nieodzowllnie"?
irrevocably; in-
dispensably. noscUrrevocable-
ness; indispensableness.
-*ny
^
irrevocable ; indispensable.
nieogamionyf
incomprehensible,
inconceivable.
nieogldnliie
<*? inconsiderately.
-OSC \
inconsiderateness. y
"^
inconsiderate, indiscreet.
Qi^M
polsko-angielska.
.
niepodejrzany
129
nieograniczonllosc ^ ilUmitable-
ness. rvfi illimitable.
nieokreslilnyf indefinable;/^sfram.;
indefinite.
<oiiy
"
unconfined,
unlimited ; indescribable.
nieokrzesallnie
"
rudeness.
-*ny?
rude, uncivilized.
nieomal
<*f
nearly,
nieomylllnosc
^, infallibility, iner-
rableness.
riiy
"
infallible, iner-
iiieopatrzny,vd.nieo^ie(ijiy. [rable.
nieopisany
"
indescribable.
niecpiacony'? unpaid;
Cfig.J
in-
valuable.
nieopodal
^?>
not far from:
nieorganiczny
f^
inorganic.
nieosobilscie
<**>
impersonally.
-Bty
f
impersonal^
nieostroinllosc
^, improvidence,
incautiousness.
*y ^
incautious.
nieoswiecllenie ^
incivihsation.
'^ony
f
not illuminated ; unedu-
catea.
nieoswojonyf
haggard, untamed.
nieoszacowany" inestimable, in-
valuable.
niepaml^llc
^, oblivion; puidi w
c,
to commit to oblivion.
-*tliwy
"
forgetful,
^tny
f
immemorial.
nieparzysty
f
(o Uczbachj oddy.
niepetnoletnosc ^
minority, in-
fancy.
niepewnllosc
^, uncertainly, doubt-
fulness,
y ^
uncertain, doubt-
ful; unreliable.
melipisEiienny"
(totally) illiterate,
-platny ^
unpaid, unsalaried.
niepiodljnosc
^, barrenness, steri-
lity,
-ny ,
unfruitful, infertile,
sterile. [sure.
nieplonny
^
(o nadzieij certain,
niepochlebny
f
not very flattering.
niepocieszony ^
inconsolable.
niepoczciwiliec ^
dishonourable
man,
-osc
^, want of probity,
.y ^
dishonest.
niepoczesniiie
*
^ - wygladad, to
look homely, look poor,
.osc
^,
homeliness,
.y
f
poor-looking.
niepodejrzany
*t
unsuspected.
9
130 niepodlegle
niepodlegllle
"-^ iudepv,.dcui,.,.
-lose \
independence.
*.ly ^
in-
dependent.
niepodobllienstwo^
dissimilituae;
impossibility; do praivdy, im-
probability.
*.ny
"
dissimilar;
impossible ; <^ *, rfo wiary, incre-
dible; -. ~ doprawdy, improbable;
*,na,
it is impossible.
niepodzielnllosc
^, indivisibility.
^y

impartible, indivisible.
niepoetycznie
^^ unpoetically.
niepogollda
^, unfriendly weather.
-^-dny
^
fo
powietrzu etc.) incle-
ment,unfriendly. [unmanageable.
niepohamowany ^
ungovernable.
niepojetlinosc
^, indocility,
-ny"
indocile, -.osc
^, inconceivable-
ness. -y
"
inconceivable, in-
comprehensiblCc
niepollkalany ?
unspotted
(fig.)
immaculate ; -^-kalane
poczpcie,
Immaculate Conception,
'^kazny^
plain-looking.
niepollk6j
"",
trouble, anxiety, dis-
quietude,
-koiacy ?
disquieting,
alarming,
koic
^"^
to disturb,
disquiet, alarm.
niepollkupiiy ^
Co
towarze) having
no ready sale,
-liczony
"
in-
numerable, numberless.
iliepolitycziiy
"
impolitic, im-
prudent; (fam.J
impolite.
niepolsM?'
notPolish, badPoIish;
foreign to the Polish mind.
niepomatll
<*? in a high degree.
niepomiarkowanilie "l
immodera-
teness, excess.
*.ie ^^ immode-
rately, intemperately.
*.yf^
im-
moderate, intemperate.
niepomiemie
"? in a high degree.
nieponmy ?
unmindful (of).
niepomyslnllOSC
^, adversity, dis-
appointment.
*.y ^
adverse ; un-
favourable;
<*e,
vjiadomo^ci ,
ill-
tidings.
niepopiatny ?
fo
towarze) ill paid.
niepoprawnllOSC
*",
incorrigibility;
incorrectness,
-.y ^
incorrigible;
incorrect.
niepozyteczny
iiieporadnllosc
^. awkwardness,
*.y
f
awkward.
niepor6wnan!iie ^? incomparably.
-*y
^
incomparable. [<lin.^-
nieporozumienie
"J
misunder^tan-
nieporuszl'enie "? immovably.
-^ony ^
untouched;
(fig.)
immo-
vable;
(fig,
J insensible.
nieporzalldek
"^
disorder, con-
fusion.
*
.dnie
"? disorderly, in
disorder,
-.dnv ^
disorderly,
slovenly.
_ _
nieposloromionyf unconquerable.
nieposlakowanllie'^'pirreproacha-
bly.*.y^b)ameless,irroproachable;
honourable.
nieposlednjji, niepospolity"
un-
common, extraordinary.
*io,
niepospollcie p uncommonly,
extraordinarily.
nieposlullszenstwo
"J
disobedi-
ence,
-szny
'f
disobedient.
niepostrzez||enie<^^imperceptibly.
'Ony
"
unperceived.
nieposwi^cony
"
unhallowed,
profane. [disregard.
nieposzanowanie
"J
disrespect,
nieposzlakowany,
vid. nieposiako-
uany. [ceseary.
niepotrzebny
f
needless, unne-
niepowetowany
^
irreparable,
irrecoverable.
niepowodzenie
"
miscarriage.
niepowoiany ^
uncalled for.
niepowrotnllie ^^
past help, past
redress,
-.y ^
irrevocable, irre-
parable.
niepozadany ^
unwished for,
ua
seasonable.
niepowsciagliwilosc U
inconti-
nence,
y ^
incontinent.
niepoznali'c
'*^?
to mistake, mis-
understand, -wka^, dia
-.]a ,
for
not being recognised.
*.nie 7
mistaking,
-^ny ?
mistaken.
niepozomllosc *i
unsightliness^
homelines. .y^unsightly,homely.
niepozwalac
^^ not to permit,
1 not to allow.
1 niepozytecznyf
useless, of no use
niepozyto^6
niepoiytllosc
^, indestructiblencss.
-.y
"f
indestructible.
nieprawllda *i
untruth, falsehood,
-dziwy ?
untrue, false.
nieprawidlollwosc
*",
anomaly,
irregularity,
-wy ?
irregular,
anomalous.
nieprallwny
"
unlawful, illegal,
-wosc *i
misdeed ; vice,
wy
f
vicious, mean, bad; misbegotten.
nieprfdJko
<*? not soon.
nieproszony ^
unbidden, unin-
vited; importune. [easy.
nieprzebiemy ^
not fastidious,
nieprzebtagany
f
implacable.
nieprzebrany ,
inexhaustible.
nieprzebyty
'^ impassable.
nieprzedalljny ?
unsaleable, in-
corruptible,
.wniony ^
not for-
feited by prescription.
nieprzejednany ^
irreconciliable.
nieprzejrzllany
f
immeasurable;
impenetrable,
ystosc
*",
opacity,
-ysty
"
untransparent, opaque
nieprzellliczony
"
iuaumerable.
-makainy ?
impermeable.
nieprzemienny
f
invariable, im-
mutable.
nieprzenikliwy
f
impenetrable.
nieprzerwanliie
<*p without inter-
ruption, continually, .y
"
un-
interrupted, unremitting.
nieprzespanlly
^
past waking;
noc
-.a,
(fig.)
death. [stant.
nieprzestanny
f
continual, con-
nieprzewidziany
?
unforeseen,
unlooked for.
nieprzezomllosc ^, improvidence,
imprudence. m,j
^
improvident.
nieprzezroczystllosc
^, opacity,
y ^
opaque, untransparent.
nieprzezwyciezony
f
invicible,
unconquerable.
nieprzychyllinosc
*",
disinclination,
disaffection.
*iiy ^
averse, dis-
affection ate.
nieprzydatny ?
useless, inapt.
'
nieprzyjaciliel '^
enemy, toe; ad-
versary,
-elskif
inimical, hostile.
<^61ka^,
female enemy.
nieroztropny 131
nieprzyjilazn
^. hostility, enmity.
*aznie ^^ hostilely.
--azny
?
malevolent, hostile. *ei]iliosc
^,
unpleasantness, inconvenience.
*emny
f
disagreeable.
nieprzymnszony
'?' incoustrained;
('figj
natural, unaffected.
nieprzystepniiosc
*",
inaccessibili-
t.v.
y ^""inaccessible.
nieprzystojiinosc
^, impropriety,
indecency,
.ny ?
improper, in-
decent.
nieprzytomn'osc
^, absence; ab-
seuce of mind, -.y
*^ absent
;
having no presence ot mind.
nieprzyzwoillcie
<^? indecently.
^-tOSC
*i
unbecoraingness, inde-
cency.
*ty
f
unbecoming, in-
niepyszny ^
ashamed, [decent.
nierad ,
discontented
;
-*
trace
przyjaciitf I am sorry to lose
friends. [once.
nieraz
"? many a time, more than
nieregulamHosc
^, irregularity.
^y
"
irregular.
nierogacizna
^, small cattle.
nierowllnie
^^ much.
*.no
**?
unequally,
-nosc *i
inequality;
unevenness, ruggedness.
-iiy
?
unequal; uneven, rugged.
nierozdzielilnosc
^, indivisibleness;
inseparability. /*ny^
inseparable;
indivisible,
[-^znalny?
indistinct.
nierozellrwany
f
indissoluble.
nierozilgamienie ^
thoughUess-
ness.
-gamiety ^
thoughtless
imprudent. [-^y ^
inseparable-
nieroztacznilosc
^, inseparability.
nierozlimysinie**?
inconsiderately,
thoughtlessly,
-myslnosc^,
in-
considerateness.
-myslnyf
in-
considerate, thoughtless.
nierozpnszczalnilosc
^, indisso-
lubleness. m,y
^
indissoluble.
nierozsadliek ^
unreasonableness,
want of judgment,
nyf
unrea-
sonable, [undetermined
nierozstrzygniety'
*
undecided,
nieroztropnllosc
^, imprudence,
y
f
imprudent, unwise.
132 nierozum niestosowno^6
nierozum
"I
want of sense, foolish-
ness,
-.ny
^f'
unwise, foolish.
nierozwa'i'ga
*",
inconsideration,
thoughtlessness,
^ziiy
*? thought-
less, inconsiderate.
aierozwiazalnlosc
^, indissolubi-
lity, -.y',
nierozwiazany
"
in-
dissoluble.
nierozwiktany ^
inextricable.
nierucliawllosc
^, slowness, inani-
mateness. *.y" inanimate, lifeless.
nierucholimosc
^, immobility,
-moscip^,
immovablespL
my?
immovable, motionless.
nierycerski
"
unknightly, un-
chivalrous,
nierychtllo "^ late,
-y
f
late.
nierymowy ^
without rhyme,
blank.
nierzad
"^
disorder; anarchy;
(rozpasta) lewdness.
-^nica
*",
strumpet, prostitute.
<*ny
? las-
civous, unchaste.
nierzetelllnosc \
dishonesty.
-*ny?
disbonest, unjust
niesc
wear
people say. [-vy
?
uncleanly.
nieschludm'osc \
uncleanlines's.
niesforllnosc
*",
refractoriness,want
of discipline.
-*ny ?
refractory,
obstinate.
nieskazitelllnosc
^, unspottedness,
immaculateness. vny? inviolable;
incorrupt(ed).
nieskazonllosc
^, incorruptness.
-^y"^* unspotted; ^/i^.;uncorrupted.
nieskladnllosc
*",
awkwardness;
unwieldiness. .y
?
awkward;
unwieldy; preposterous, inapt.
nieskonczllenie "? infinitely,
-o-
nosc
^, infinity, infinitness..onyf
infinite, endless. [slow, dull.
nieskorilo
"^p slowly, dully,
^.y
f
nieskromllnosc
*",
immodesty, in-
solence.
<*ny
"
immodest; high-
handed, insolent.
nieskutecznilosc
^, inefficacy, in-
eflicaciousness.
-y?inefilcacious,
ineflfectual.
^f
to carry; bring; (odziezj
;
(jajaj lay; wieic niesie,
niesiallwa
^, dishonour, disgrace,
infamy.
*.wny ?
disgraceful in-
famous.
nieslowny ?
faithless.
nieslubny ?
natural, illegitimate.
niestusznIIOSC ^,
iniquity; wrong;
viiec '^ -, to be wrong,
-y ?
in-
equitable; wrong.
niestychanllie
"f
exceedingly, ex-
cessively, -ry
?
imprecedeuted,
never heard of.
niesmaczny ?
insipid, tasteless.
niesmialiio
"? timidly, shyly.
<*tosc *i
shyness, timidity,
-iy?
shy, coy, timid.
niesmiertelilnosc
^, immortality,
ny
"
immortal.
niesnadnie
? hardly, arduously.
niesnaskipZ.,
dissonance, dissen-
niespanie "i
waking. [sion.
niespeina ^} a httle less than;
bye < rozumu, to be disordered
in one's brains.
niespiawny
"
innavigable.
niesplik "J
fbotj medlar.
niespodzillanie
"? unawares,
^ewany ?
unexpected.
lliespokoj||nie"?unquietly;troubIe-
s'-mely.
-.nosc
*",
anxiousness;
disquitude.
-^ny ?
unquiet;
troublesome; uneasy, ill at ease,
niespoimierny ?
incommensu-
rable.
niesporllo
^^ slowly; 'O viu, Lis
work does not progress favou-
rably,
-.y
f
unthriving.
niespos!l6b
*",
it is impossible.
-obnosc
*",
inaptitude,
--obny
f
unfit, inapt.
niespozyty ^
perennial.
niesprawiedliwL'osc
^, injustice,
^y

unjust.
niesprawny ?
inexpedient.
niespuszczac
^? ~ oka z czego, to
fix the eyes upon
niestatllosc , niestatecznosc
^
',
inconstancy, instability,
.y, nio-
stateczny
"
inconstant, unsteady.
niestety
^^ alas!
niestosowllnosc
^, unfitness, un-
niestosowny
suitableness,
-ny
"
unfit, un-
suitable.
niestrawilnosc
^, indigestion,
ny
f
indigestible, painstaking.
niestllrudzony
"
indefatigable.
worzony ,
unheard of, incre-
dible.
niesumienllnosc
^,unconscionable-
nees.
--ny
"
unconscionable, un-
scrupulous.
nieswiadomllosc
*i
ignorance; un^
consciousness.
*.y^ ignorant, un-
conscious.
nieswieiy ^
withering
;
(w kuchar-
.stwiej getting high. [red.
Iliesw6j ?
indisposed ; ill-huraou-
Hieszczerilosc
*",
insincerity. m,j
f
Insincere.
*.ze
"? insincerely.
nieszczfilscicsif "^r^sci
mi sip we
wszystkiem, I am unlucky in every
thing.
BCie ^
misfortune, mis-
chief, ill-luck, adversity, na *
*,
unhappily,unfortunately.*8liwyf
unfortunate, fatal;
fo oaohiej \in-
happy.
-sny ^
ill-fated, unlucky.
nieszkodliwllosc
**,
Innocuousness.
-y ^
innocuous, harmless.
nieszlachllcianka
^, woman of the
middle classes,
.cic
"^
commoner,
non-noble.
ecM ^
non-noble,
etaiosc^, Ignobleness.
*etiiy
?
ignoble, mean.
nieszpetlinoBC
*",
prettiness, come-
liness,
^ny ^
comely, pretty.
nieszporllny
"
of vespers ; kazanie
<ne,
afternoon-sermon.
y
pi
,
yespers pi.
nieszyty ?
unsewed.
nietajno "? as is well-known.
nietaktowny
"
CfigJ
without tact.
nietfglli f
commonplace, mediocre.
*0 *y 80, so.
nietknifty
f
untouched.
nietoperz
'^
CzoJ bat, rear-mouse.
nietopliwy ^
infusible.
nietowarzysklli ?
unsociable.
-"08<3 ^, unsoclableness.
nietrafttllosc
^, fallaciousness, in-
correctness.
*y
f
wrong, erro-
D0U8.
nieul^kiy 133
nietrOSZCZacy si?
?
Co
coj uncon-
cerned about.
nietrwalilep
not durably,
-iosc^,
want of durability; instability.
*ly ^
not durable, not lasting;
inconstant; perishable.
nietyka'H:ek
^
CbotJ
noli-me-tan-
gere.
*.inosc
*i
intangibility ; in-
violability.
-*lny ^
iatangible;
unimpeachable.
nietylko ? not only;
,
ale...,
not only . . . but also . .
.
nieubtaganllosc
^, inexorableness.
-y
f
inexorable.
nieuchron'inosc
^, inevitableness,
unavoidableness.
.ny
f
unavoi-
dable, inevitable.
nieuctwo ^
ignorance.
nienczciliwosc
^, dishonesty, dis-
ingenuity.
wy
f
dishonest, dis-
honourable.
nieuczony
f
unlearned, illiterate.
nieuczynllnosc
^, disobligingness,
incivility.
*.ny ?
disobliging, un-
civil.
nieudllac si
"^T
to miscarry, fail
;
nie udato vii sie, I have not suc-
ceeded,
--any ,
unfeigned,
.at-
nosc
', deformedness, misshape,
-^atny
f
deformed, misshapen.
olnosd
*",
inability, incapacity,
-olny
"
unable, incapable.
nieufilnosc
^, distrust, diflTidence.
*.ny
f
distrustful, diffident.
nieugaszony
"
unquenchable.
nieugiflltosd
^, inflexibility,
.ty'?
inflexible, hard.
nienjeidJony
f
not broken in.
nieuk
"^
ignorant; stupid man.
nieukojony
f
unappeasable.
nieukontentowaJInie'J
discontent,
dissatisfaction,
-ny ?
disconten-
ted, dissatisfied.
nieukrdcony
"
unabridged; un-
governable, fierce.
nieuleczalnllosc
incurability.
^,
nieuleczony
"
incurable.
nieulfkiiiosc
', intrepidity.
*y f
intrepid.
134 nieumiejacy
'
nieTuniejIIacyf
not knowing,
.^t-
nosc^,
ignorance; unacquainted-
nes8.
'^tny
"
ignorant; unac-
quainted with.
Eienmysliillie
f
undesignedly,
without design.
*.y
f
undesigned.
Xiieiimyty
f
unwashed, nasty.
niennikiiioiiy ^
inevitable.
nieuprawllnioiiy
"
illegal, irregu-
lar, -fc-ny
^
not cultivated.
meuprzedzony ?
unprejudiced.
aieurodzaj

bad harvest, failure
of crops.
'N'liOSC
^. infertility,
sterility,
ny
f
unfruitful, sterile,
barren.
jueustannllosc
^, continuance,ever-
lastingness.
*y,
nieustajacy
f
without intermission, incessant,
continual; nieustajaca wystawa,
permanent exhibition.
nienstraszllenie
^} intrepidly,
onosc
^, intrepidity. rOny
"
intrepid, undaunted.
nieuszanowanie"
irreverence,dis-
regarding, [maged.
nieuszlrodzony ^
unhurt, unda-
nieuszykowany
f
not drawn up
in battle array. [beaten.
nientorowany
f
untrodden, un-
nieutlLLony?^unappeasable,stanch-
less.
nieawallga
^, inconsideration, in-
advertency,
-^zanie
"! ("na kogoj
incoDsiderateness of.
-^zny
"
in-
attentive.
Bieuzasadniony ?
unfounded.
nieuzbrojony
j
unarmed.
nieuzyteczllnosc \
uselessness,
unserviceableness.
-ny
"
useless,
unserviceable, fruitless.
nienzytnilosc \
inapplicability,un-
fitness.
-^y ^
inapplicable, unfit.
nieuzytllosc
*",
inofllciousness, dis-
obligingness.
*.y^
inofficious,dis-
nieuzywanie ^
disuse, [obliging.
uiewarowny ^
unfortified.
niewart
"
not worth,
-o , it is
not worth while.
-.liewatpliwllosc \
indisputability,
.y ^
doubtless.
niewola
niewazilnosc ^, (jur.) invalidity,
nullity
; worthlessness.
^ny"
in-
valid, void; worthless.
niewczljas

over-exertion, fati-
gue (by waking),
i^as
**?
un-
timely, out of season; po
<-a8iet
too late, unseasonably,
^esnosc
^,
inopportuneness.
<esiiy
'f
inop-
portune, illtimed.
niewdziecznliica^,
unthankful wo-
man.
X,ik
'^
unthankful man.
OSC \
ingratitude, ungrateful-
ness,
-y^
ungrateful, unthankful.
niewesoUlO j> unjoyously, joy-
lessly.
--OSC
\
joylessness.
-.y
f
joyless.
niewiadomllo
'^f
nobody knows.
*OSC \
ignorance,
^.y
f
unknown.
niewiara fi
disbelief; infidelity;
(fig.
J unbeliever.
"
niewiasta
^, woman.
niewidomllie, niewidzialnle
<*?
invisibly,
-.y
f
blind; invisible,
-y
"
blind man.
niewidzialllnosc
^, invisibility.
-Iny ^
invisible.
*,ny ^
unseen.
niewiedzilacy
<*? without my (our
etc.) knowledge,
-.iec
'"f
not to
know, to be ignorant of.
niewlellle
**? not much, a little.
^M
pi., not many, a few.
niewiernilii'J.,
the infidels,
osc
',
faithlessness; infidelity. *.y
*
faithless
,
perfidious
;
unbelie-
ving.
niewiesci ?
womanish, womanlike.
m,Q, ^^ to effeminate, emasculate.
*.ec
^? to effeminate.
*.iicll

weakling, tenderling ; ladies' man.
niewin'liatko
"
innocent being, in-
nocent; (^/?<7
J
dissembler.
'%'UOSC
^,
inculpableness, innocence,
-^ny?
inculpable, innocent, guiltless.
niewtasciilwosc
^, unbecoming-
ness; incompetency,
wy" un-
becoming; incompetent.
niewdd ^
trammel, drag-net.
niewoljla
^, slavery, servitude ; con-
straint, compulsion; coz mi tego
2a ^^
a?
1 am not necessitated to
niewolnic
do so.
-.ic
^f
to compel, ne-
cessitate.
*.nica*",
female slave.
'iiiczo ^
slavishly,
-niczy
"
slavish,
-nik ^
slave.
*no
**?
it is not allowed.
>
niewprawllnosc
^, want of prac-
tise or exercise,
-ny
"
unexer-
cised, unpractised.
niewstrzemizliwl!osc
^, inconti-
nence, intemperance.
*.y ^
in-
temperate, incontinent.
niewstyd

--nose
^, impudence,
shamelessness.
*.ny ^
shameless,
impudent,
>
niewtajemniczony ^
uninitiaded.
niewyczerpany
"
inexhaustible.
niewygoiida
^, inconvenience, un-
easiness, in commodity.
.dny
?
uneasy, inconvenient. [healed.
niewyligojony, --leczony
"
un-
niewykonalllnosc
^, impracticabi-
lity,
-ny?'
iufeasable, impracti-
cable, [nable.
niewykorzeniony
"? inextermi-
niewyinownliie , niewypowie-
dzianie
^^ extraordinarily, in-
effably,
-yjiiiewypowiedziaiiy?
ineffable, unsi)eakable.
niewymuszllenie "? unaffectedly.
-onosc
^, naturalness, unaffected-
ness.
'Ony
f
natural, unaffeted
;
artless,
niewymyslny
"
not fastidious.
niewypieczony
f
not sufficiently
baked.
niewyplacalnllosc
^, insolvency,
^y ^
insolvent.
niewyraznllosc
^, indistinctness.
-y ,
indistinct.
niewyrozumialiiosc
^, want of in-
dulgence, severity,
iy
f
not
indulgent, severe.
~
ni^wystowiony
"
ineffable.
niewyspany ^
not having done
sleeping.
niewytrawny ?
inexperienced-
niewystaiy
"
fo
xcinie etc.) un-
settled, troubled.
niewytt6maczony?
inexplicable.
niewytrawnllosc
",
inexperience.
iiiezbgdno^6 135
--y
f
fo winie etc.J unseasoned
;
ffig.J
inexperienced.
niewytrzymalltosc ^, want of en-
durance;
fna zimnoj incapability
of enduring (cold),
-ty
"
fecble>
weak; (na zimnoj y incapable of
enduring (cold).
niewjrwrotny
f
not overturnable.
niewzruszL'enie <^?
fiig.)
immo-
vably,
-onosc^,
(jig.) immova-
bility, firmness,
-ony
^ ffigj
immoved, immovable, firm.
niezabawem.
vid. niehawem.
niezabudka v6o<.; forget-me-not.
niezachwiany
"
immovable, bold,
firm.
[tact.
niezaczepiony
f
not attacked, in-
niezadiugo
<^^ in a short time.
niezadowol||(ni)enie "J
discontent,
dissatisfaction,
.(ni)ony
f
dis-
content, dissatisfied. [cant.
niezajety" unoccupied; free; va-
niezalezllnosc \
independence,
-ny ^
independent. [sert.
niezaludniony ^
depopulated, de-
niezamezna
",
single, unmarried.
niezamieszkaly
*? uninhabited.
niezamknifty
"
open.
niezapieczetowany
"
unsealed.*
niezapisany
?
(papier) blank.
niezapominajka ^, (hot.J forget-
me-not.
niezaprzeczilenie
^^^
indisputably;
incontestably.
-^onosc
*",
indis-
putability,
-^ony"
incontestable.
niezarosty
^* not covered with
verdure, bushless.
niezasiany ^
unsown.
niezaslnzllenie
"? undeservedlyc
--ony
'f
unmerited.
nieza-tarty ^
indelible.
niezarty
pi-, z nim
~, be is not tc
be joked with; (rzecz)m,^ (a thin^)
of consequence.
niezawistosc
*",
independence.
niezawodllnie
^p infallibly, cer-
tainly,
'iiosc*",
reliableness, su-
reness; infallibility,
-ny
"
re-
liable, sure ; infallible.
niezb^dllnosc
*",
indispensableness,
136 niezb^'dny
necessltj.
.ny ?
indispensable,
necessary.
niellzbity
f
irrefutable.
niezboznllica^, *ik"
irreligionist.
OSC *i
irreligion.
-.y
*f
impious,
irreligious.
niezdartja
"^
(fam.)
unwieldy man.
ny
"
dumsy, unwieldy.
niellzdatnOSC,
vid. niezdolno^c.
zdobyty
f^
inexpugnable.
niezdom'losc t,
incapability, inabi-
lity, unfitness,
-.y
f
unfit, in-
capable.
niezdrdw,
vid. niezdrowy.
niezdrowllie
"J
unhealthiness, in-
disposition,
-o
"-f
unhealthily.
,y ^
unhealthy, unwholesome.
niezemszczony
?^ unavenged, un-
revenged.
niezgasiy ?
inextinguishable.
niezgtebiony ?
inscrutable, un-
investigable.
niezgoljda
*",
disagreement,discord.
dllOSC^,
unsociableness; incon-
gruity, inconsistency,
-.dny
f
unsociable; inconsistent; incon-
gruent.
niezgojony
f
unhealed.
niezgollrszy
"
passable.
.%rzej
'^
passably.
niezgrablla, --iasz
'^
ffam.)
awk-
ward fellow,
-wnosc^v
awkward-
ness, -i-ny
"
awkward, clumsy.
niezle
'^^ pretty well.
niezliczonllosc
^, innumerability.
*y
'^ numberless, innumerable.
Xliezi:oiXLii||08C *i
unbreakableness
;
(fig.)
inflexibility,
.y ^
un-
breakable;
(fig.)
inflexible.
niezty
"
pretty good.
niezmienllnosc
*",
immutability.
.ny ^
uiialterable, unchangeable.
niezmieiilnie
"-^ uncommonly,
very much,
-.nosc*",
immensity,
hugeness,
^-ny
"
immense, very
great, very large.
niezmierzonllosc *i
immensurabi-
lity, infmitness.
-y ^
measure-
less, immeasurable. [led.
niezmieBzany?
unmixed, unming-
mezywy
niezmordowanllie
<*? indefati-
gably.
*.y ^
indefatigable.
niezmyslony ?
real, in specie;
sincere.
nieznacz^acy ?
ntc-^, insignificant,
meaningless,
-nie ^
insensibly;
by little and little.
*,ny ?
in*
sensible, imperceptible.
nleznajollmosc
*",
unacquainted-
ness.
-my
"
unacquainted.
nieznany"
unknown; inglorious.
nieznosnllosc
^, insupportableness,
intolerableness.
^.y ^
insuppor-
table, intolerable.
nieznuzlienie ? indefatigably.
-ony ?
indefatigaole.
niezohiiellrski ?
unsoldi^like.
-rz ^
bad soldier.
niezonaty ^
unmarried, single.
niezrazony
f
not discouraged.
niezrbwnany ?
incomparable,
matchless.
niezrozniuillale ^
unintelligibly.
o-dAost
*",
unintelligibility,obscuri-.
ty.
-aiy
"
unintelligible,
-.enie
"
misunderstandingjinisconception.
niezupelnllie
"-^
not quite,
-.osc
^,
incompleteness. -*y?^ incomplete;
defective.
niezuzyty"
that cannot be wasted.
niezwalczony ^
invincible, un-
conquerable.
niezwatlony ^
undecayed.
niezwifdiy
f
unfaded
; (iig.)
im-
mortal, [quented.
niezwiedzany
"
unvisited, unfre-
niezwtocznilie
"? without delay,
-y ^
immediate.
niezwycifzonllosc \
invincibility,
*.y ^
invincible.
niezwyczajny"uncommon;
(czegoj
unaccustomed to.
niezwyklllosc
*i
uncommonness,
unusualness.
-^.ty
"
uncommon,
unusual.
[~y
"
malevolent.
niezyczliwilosc ^i
malevolence.
niezyskowny ?
unprofitable, not
lucrative.
niezylljacy
f
dead. *.wy
f
lifeless,
inanimate.
iiiezyzno6
liieiyznilosc
*",
imfniitfulness, ste-
rility, .y ^
unfruitful, barren.
niglldy
<*? never, at no time; na
iivie.ty
'dy,
at letter Lammas.
*.dzie
^f
nowhere. [hilisra.
nihilillsta ^
nihilist,
.zm ^
ni-
nijak, -^O
"? by no means; in no
way.
*i
f
neither, neither off
nor on; (gram.) neuter; jesteni
dzii
''i, I do not know what is
the matter with me today,
-osc \
indecisiveness.
mkczemiinic
'^'f
to disgrace, dis-
honour.
*niec^
to become vile,
-nik'^
villain, vile man.
-nosc*",
abjection baseness.
*.iiy
"
vile,
nikiel
nickel. [base.
nikiily"
fugitive ; very petty, finny.
-"Iiac
^^*
to disappear, vanish;
Cfig^j
to waste away,
-.nienie ^
fading away, vanishing.
nikotj^na*",
nicotin(e).
nikii^^'','
nobody, no one.
-.6rf
dy^P
by no way, through no way.
niin ?
before, ere.
^^^f
ahl.odon.
nimfa
*",
nymph. *.
lesna \
wood-
nymph, dryad.
niniejszy
f
present, actual j in
question, inclosed.
Iiisklli
;'
low ; of low stature
;
Cglos)
bass.
<*o
'''^^
lowly; alow,
-.osc^,
lowness
;
(urodztniaj ignobleness.
nisza^,
niche.
niszcz'lyc
^f
to destroy ; to ruin
;
fodzienie) s^oW.
-ec^^'^ 'ycsi^^f
to waste; to be ruined
;
Co odzieniuj
to be spoiled ; to wear out. ^.y-
Ciel
"^
destroyer.
nit
"I
rivet,
-owac
*"?
to rivet,
clinch,
-rownik
"
riveter.
nitka
^, thread; (anat.) fiber;
zmokngc do nitki, to be wetted
(drenched) to the skin.
liitrogliceryna ^, (chemj nitro-
glycerine.
niuch
'^ (tdbaki) pinch of snuff.
"-ac
^'^
tahdkf
->.
, to take snuff.
niu'nia, -iika
^,
&\
green-horn,
niwa^',
field, plain. [puppy.
niwecz
"? w ~ obrdcid, to destroy
normalnj 137
from top 10 bottom,
-^yc
^? to
destroy, ruin, mar
, Czamiary czyjtj
frustrate, disappoint.
niwelilacya
*",
levelling,
-ator
"1?
leveller.
*owac
'"f
to level.
mi, --eli
<*p than.
niza,
vid. nlfza.
nizac
"^f"
to thread, to string:
nizby
^^ rather than, than.
niiej ? lower;
Cw ksiazccj below;
under (tao age of).
nizliina^,
low country,
-incliiiy?
very low; of very low stature.
-M,
vid. niski.
niznik
"^
Cw kartachj knave.
nizszIIOSC
^, inferiority.
*y
f
in-
ferior; of lower stature; naj-
nizszy sluga, humble servant.
no *,
C-,
zaczynajfj come ! ~, a wie.c!
well !
^,
juz dohrze ! why
!
no CprzyrostekJ, patrz ^ ! look here
!
nobilitllacya
^, ennoblement,
-o-
wac
to ennoble.
noc^,
nigbt; przez
~, over night;
w
*y, a,
a -night; dzis w
^.y,
to-night,
"-.leg
'^
night's lodging,
--nica
^, phantom of the night;
(female) night-walker
;
fzo.
J
moth.
-nik
night-wanderer ; chamber-
pot,
-.ny ^
nightly.
-.Qwac
"^
to pass the night.
n6cic
^f
to sing, tune; -. pod no^
sem, to hum.
noga
*; foot, leg; Cu stoiuj leg;
do gdry ~ mi, pell-mell ; ~ za noga,
step by step ; nog^ komupodstawic,
to trip a person up.
-l '^
long-
legged man.
wka
^, that part
of trousers which covers one leg.
nogietek
'^
fbotj marigold.
nomenklatura
^ nomenclatura
nominliacya
^, nomination, ap-
pointment
;
letter.^i-patent, patent
of investiture.
*owac
^f
to no-
minate, appoint,
.owanie 7
iio-
mination, appointment.
nora^,
hiding-place, kennel.
norbertan ^
Norbertine
norma
^^ basis, standard.
*lny*
normal.
138 norymberszczyzna
noryinberszczyzna
^, German oi
Nuremberg toys.
nos ^
nose
; fu d^hanka etc.) spout;
tip; zadzierac
-*a,
to be stuck-
up; patrz swego
-^a/
care about
your own business!
.al "I
man
with a long nose.
*acizna
^,
fwetj equinia.
*.aty ?
nosed;
big-nosed; Co
koniuj glander.ed.
-ek
"^
small nose; ("u piuraj nib;
(hot.) *kij3^,
stork's bill ; snout.
nosijlc
^? to carry; fodzitz) wear.
*C sie ^r
to dress.
-^ciel
"\
porter,*" carrier,
-dta
pi., hand-
barrow. >
nosny f
portable; lasting, strong
;
iioina kiira, laying-hen.
nosorozllec
"^
fzo.) rhinoceros.
-COwy ?
rhinoceros
nosowllosc
^, nasality,
-yf
nasal,
of the nose.
nostalgia
*",
home-sickness, nost-
algia.
nostrzyk ^
Clot.) melilot.
nosze
pi', vid. noddla.
notiia
^, note; remark, note; me-
morandum,
-^-atka^,
annotation,
note; -^atnik
",'
note-book, me-
morandum-book
'Owac
^? to
note,
-^owanie
^,
notation.
not'ja
^, music-note, air, melody,
tune.
'Owy
"
music , .
notaryilalnie
"^ before a notary,
-"alny
"
attested before a notary,
notarial,
-^usz
'^
notary.
*.u-
szowski ?
notary's.
now
'^
new-moon.
nowKalia*",
first fruits,
-ator
"J
innovator,
-atorstwo 1
inno-
vation.
*.ela
^, novelette,
-^elista^
novelist.
*icyat
"^
novitiate,
-"icyusz
"^ noviee, beginner;
greenhand.
-^icyuszka
*",
novice.
nowenna^,
novena.
nowinlla*",
news;
-y;)3.,
tidings pi
iarz, -"karz
"^
news-monger.
nowillna, ^zna*",
fresh-land.
nowiullchny, -.tenki"
brand-new.
aOWO
w ztozonych tlomaczy sie
Mwykle newly lub new n.p,
^przu-
nudzic
oyly, newly come, .^narodzony.
new-born; 72a
*, anew, afresh.
nowoczesilnosc ^, modernnesa
*ny
V
modern.
nowollmodny'?' fashionable,
-.na-
rodzony ?
new-born,
^-nawro*
ceuiec
'"
proselyte, convert,
^-nawrdcony
"
d-
?
converted,
neophyte,
-rocznik
"^
annuary.
'roczny'^
New-Year's,
-^sc
*",
new-
ness, novelty,
-.sci
pi., (toioary}
novelties.
-^tnosc
*",
newness,
-tny
"
new.
nowoliwierca"^ renegade, sectar/.
-zaciezny'^
recruit,
-zamfzna
*",
newly- married woman, bride,
^zeniec
'^
newly -married man,
bridegroom.
nowozytllnosc
^, modern times.
'^ni pl.y the moderns,
ny"
mo-
dern,
[afresh.
nowy
"
new; na nowo, anew,
noz
'"
knife; skladany, clasp-
knife
;
-osfroJniczr/, pruuing-knife.
^ka
^, small foot; caluje
^ti,
I
kiss your hands (as compliment).
-kowy ^
foot . .
.
nozdrze
"
nostril.
nozenki pi., case of a knife, case of
nozetapi., tender feet, [scissors.
noz6wi;nictwo
"
cutler's trade
niczy
"
cutler's,
.nik
'^
cutler,
-y
^,'
knife . .
.
nozyllce^Ji.,
shears j^Z. ; cliff, shelf;
^Ce
blacJiarskie, plate-shears;
*.ce
pos(rzygackie. twitchers pi.
*.ce
kravjieckie,tsii\OT's shears.
-^-CzkijpZ.,
scissors pi.
.k
"^ pocket knife,
clasp-knife,
-wsko
"
big ugly
knife; big deformed foot.
nn, nuze
i
be quick! look sharp
i
nucic,
vid. node.
nudlla, nose, -ota^,
tediousnessj
weariness.
*nie
<^p tediously,
to become tedious.
-no
iu, people feel dull
'niec
-no
a^
here;
*no
<i, I feel qualmish.
ny ^
tedious, tiresome; *-
cztoi'jick, bore,
^y
pi., tedium,
-ziarz
"^ bore,
--zic
^"
to tire^
nugac
bore. * *.
8i
^
to feel dull, to
feel bored;
m.zi mi ai^, I want
nueat ^
almond-cake, [pastime.
nukac
^^ to incite, impel.
uumer
^
number,
^^acya
^, nume-
ration,
'^owac
^"
to number,
ticket.
'owanie
"
numbering.
nnmizinatyilczny ?
numismatic,
ka \
numismatipe pi. m.\
^
nu-
mismatist, [nunciature.
nuncyllnsz
"?
nuncio.
-atura
^,
nur
/^om
J
Northern diver.
.ek "IJ
(oaobaj diver; (zanurzenie
aifj
diving;
(om.J plungeon, diver;
da6
*.ka,to dive(down).-.,kowac^7
to dive down.
'Og^s
*",
(om.J
goosander.
kaczka
^ (omj
diver, plunger.
aurt^
stream; whirlpool;
'-J
pi,
waves j)Z., billows j)l.
-.owac^f
to gain ground, to penetrate.
nurzac
^? to dip. *
sif ^f
to
nuta, vid. ndta. [dive.
liUi *, there I here! ^ przyjdzie,
supposed that he cotoes.
nuzllacy
f
fatiguing,
^y^
""f
to
tire, fatigue.
nygtis
"^ idle person, lazy fellow.
owac
^^ to be lazy, to idle.
*,
0, ohi

ah!

oho!
P^
1) z accus. (n.
p. d ^ioiup
ivi^kszy) by; (odlegloic) ... oflF;
("prosic o CO etcj for.
2) Zoca^
(mdwic o czem etc.
J
about
;
<o czasiej
about, at; m, czwartej godzinie, at
four o'clock; *. czterech kotach
(w6z) four-wheeled; chlebie i
wodzie, Qn bread and water
;
^dom^
- trzech pi^trach
,
three-storied
;
tlysze6 o czem, to hear of a thing.
oaza^,
oasis. [either, the two.
oba, obydwaj, oboje
j?i., both,
obaczllenie
"
seeing, perceiving.
-
>
8i "J f'z
fciTw^ meeting,
yc
"^^
to see; perceive,
-^yc sig
f
to
meet,
-.ysko "J
<Zo
^yska, ^/'a"i
J
good-byfv lor the present.
oDcisty
139
obadwa,
vid. oba.
obaiHenia
abolishing, abolition;
overthrowing. -
-
sif "J
falling-
down,
ac, *ic
^f"
to overthrow
;
annul, cancel. >
si^
^f
to fall
down,
-.iny
pi
,
ruins pi.
obarczllac ye
^? (czenj to bur-
den, charge with . .
.
Obarzanek, vid. ohwarzaneh,
obawlla
^, care, alarm; fear; hen
*.y,
fearless; hyc w
-ie,
to be
anxious ; hadz bez zadnej
-^y
! never
fear I -.iac si
T
(czegoj to ap-
prehend, fear
;
("o co) to be anxious
about, t^ianie si \
apprehension
;
anxiousness.
obcas

heel.
obcl|%2MpI.,
pincersjpZ., nipperspl.
-'^ei
Vl",
tongs pi.
obces
"^
'oem, as bold as brass,
post-haste,
-owy ?
impetuous,
overhasty.
obchlldd
"
circuit, going round;
CiwiptaJ celebration; procession;
m,m. ppgrzebowyj burial, funeral,
'^odzeuie'!
going round; fiwiptaj
celebration. *
8i
(z kimj treat-
ment
;
(bez czegoj privation , ab-
stinence,
-^odzic
^f
to go about,
go round,turn round; m.m.nieprzyja-
ciela, to turn the enemy's back;
(praxvo) to elude; fkogoj to re-
gard, concern
;
f^iwi^o} to keep,
celebrate. . *
sif,
obejsc 8i
Cbez czegoj to spare; (czemj to
rest content; (z kimJ to use one,
to treat one; iiie mogp obejSc sip
bez niego, I can't spare him, I
can't do without him.
Obciac
^'?'
to cut, clip; fdrzewaj
to lop
;
Cpoemat etc.
J
to abbreviate,
abridge; (kogoj to mutilate.
obciagllac, -^nac
'^f
to pull out;
C
czem
J
to overlay, cover with.
obciazllac, '*'yt"^
to load, burden;
(TpracaJ to overtask.
obcillfcie, -nanie^
cutting; lop-
ping
;
mutilation.
''erac,
vid,
obeirze6.
<>liac,
vid. obciac.
obcills^o
"? close,
^-sty
'f
tight-
140 oocisn^fi
fitting, close, -vsn^c, -'Skac
^?
to enclose, surround closely, to
tuck.
Obcowalld^^
to have intercourse.
Bssociate.
*.iiie ^
acquaintance,
intercourse
;
(z kohietaj cohabita-
tion, (sexual) intercourse.
Obllcy
? <fe
?
strange, stranger.
-^CZyzna^,
strangenness ; zy6 na
czyznie.
to live abroad.
obdamic ,
to cover with turf,
to turf.^
Obdarllcid,
vid. odarde.
-tO
"-}
raggedy, in rags,
-tus ^
ragged
fellow. m.ty
f
ragged, tattered;
fdnewoj z kory
~te,
barked.
obdallrowac
^? Ckogo czemj to
make a present to, to present a
person with,
-.rzad, -rzyc
'""
to bestow on, endow,
^rzenle
7
fczemj
investiture; granting.
obdaszek
"^ penthouse, eaves pi.
obdtuzllac, -yd
^? to involve in
debt. > ,
sif ^r
to contract debts.
*'enie 'J
debiting.
obdnkcya^,
(coroner's) inquest.
obdzielllac, ic
^^ to distribute.
'^enie *
distribution.
obdzierac
^'f
to pull off, to tear
off; (drzewo z kory) to bark
;
(zt
skdryj to skin, flay.
Obec^
W0mnie, in my presence.
.nie ^} at present.
'nosc
^,
presence,
-ny
"
present.
obejmowac
^^ (coj to hold, con-
tain; (TcogoJ to embrace^ hug.
ObejrzeC,
vid. ogladaS,
Obejsllc,
vid. ohchodzii.
**cie ^
be-
haviour, commerce: treszta vid.
obchodzenie.
obelllga*", '12eme^
insult, affront,
invective;
-^Igi
miota6, to throw
out abusive language,
tgac'"?
to belie, deceive by lies.
obelisk
T
obelisk.
obeliyllciel
"^,
defamer.
-^wosd^,
outrageousness ; outrage,
-.wy
"
insulting, outrageous.
obertas
"
kind of waltz.
oberwalld'"? CcoJ
to come In for a
objawid
good thrashing; zreszta vid.
obrywad.
^o
sif ""f
Co
osohach)
to hurt oneself by lifting; Co
rzeczachj to fall off.
-nie
"
plucking off; straining oneself by
lifting.
*.niec ^
ragamuffin;
ragged fellow.
oberzlla
<; inn, hotel,
.ysta
'^
innkeeper, innholder.
*y8tka^
(female) innkeeper.
Oberzn^C, vid. obrzynai.
Obeschnac,
vid. osychad.
ohesi&C,^
vid. ohsyiac i ohimetaS,
obetn^, fut. od obciq,6.
Obetkad,
vid. obtykai,
obetrzec
^"
to wipe off, to wipe
dry; (kurzj to dust.
obeznallc, 'Wac
'^^
(kogo z ezemj
to acquaint, familiarise one with.
f *>
sif ^r
C'i czemJ to get ac-
quainted with a thing,
'^'iiie
sif,
-^wanie ^
familiarisation,
ny
f
acquainted (with).
obezrec si
^r
to overeat oneself.
obfi||cie?
largely,
.tosd^,
plen*
ty, abundance.
*-ty"
abundant,
plentiful; fertile,
-.towac
^^ to
abound.
obgadllac, -^j^ac
^J"
(kogoj to
speak ill of a person,
-ywanie
bad repute, bad odour.
ObgryzaC,
vid. ogryid.
obneblowac
^^ to plane.
Obiac,
vid. obejmowac.
Obiad
^, dinner.
-,ek
'^ frugal
dinner
;
jeU ~,
to dine,
^owac
^?
to dine.
owanie ^
dining.
^OWy"
dinner .
.,
noon ..;- czaSf
noon.
objadllad
^f
to gnaw, nibble
; Cfig.)
to fleece one. .
sif '"V
to over-
feed
-acz
^
(o8oba) parasite.
objasnillac,
-6
^"
to ^lighten;
(dzitioj to interpret, to explain
;
(iwitcifj to snuff,
'enie ^
expla-
nation, interpretation; note, an-
notation.
objaw
'^
sign, symptom; mani-
festation,
'ienie
\
revelation,
manifestation.
*iaCf MC.^f
to
objazd
make known, to manifest, to re-
veal; show. -.
sif ^r
to be
manifested; appear.
objazd
'^
circular tour; patrol;
round about way.
Obillbok
"; bully, hector,
-.c
^f
to give a person a thrashing;
vid.obijac.
*ciarzT
paper-hanger,
upholsterer, -clowy"
tapestry...
-cie ^
thrashing; garnishment,
mounting; wall-paper; paper-
hangings, tapestry.
Dbieciiac, ^ywac
^?
to promise;
fsobie CO
J
to expect, to indulge
in the hope of ... ; m,^. sip komu,
to promise to call upon a person.
ankaVvain
promise,
^-ujacy"
wiele -., promising.
-ywanie'J
promise, promises pi.
Objechac,
vid. objeidiac.
Obj^cie 1
embrace, hug; (dzie-
dzictwa) taking possession ; com-
prehension
;
przyjac kogo w swoje
ohjpcia, to receive' a person with
open arms.
obiedni
"
dinner . .
.
obiednia^,
(Greek) mass.
obiedwie,
vid. o6a.
obielldz, -^gac
^*
to go round
about; (myHa) to run through.
*.g

rotation, gyration; going-
round; circulation; puicic w
*.g,
to put into circulation,
.zny
"
circular, circulating; periodic.
objektywllizm
"^
-nose
<i
objec-
tivism, objectivity,
-ny
"
ob-
jective.
Obielic
^f
to whiten.
Obierallc
"^^
(owoce, kartofle) to
peel
;
fdrzewoj z gasienic, to clear
of caterpillars;
'C
^0(/o za krola,
to make one king.
-Inosc
*",
eligibility.
*.lny?
eligible, elec-
tive.
Obierllczy,
vid. oUorczy. ^\ pi.,
-'Zyny pi., odds and ends.
Objesc,
vid. ohjadac.
obietnica^,
promise.
objetosc
*",
circumference, circuit.
objezdzac^" to ride round; drive
oble^6 141
round; jourrfey over, visit on
horseback; (koniaj break in (a
horse).
obiezykraj
'^
vagrant.
obill6r
'^ election,
-.orczy ?
of
election, elective.
Obiuczyc
^^'"
fkonia etc.) to pack.
Obkrawac,
vid. okrmuac,
oblllac, *ewac
^^ to overflow,
pour upon; moisten, wet, .water;
< . smoia, to pitch ; > <*. olowierrif
to lead.
'
obiailczysto
"? arch-wise,
czys-
tosc*",
arched shape, curvedness,
concavity.
*czysty
^arch-shaped,
^k
'^ (arch.J arch, vault.
obiadowac
^?^
to overload (with);
~ .9o6ie zotadek, to overeat oneself.
oblakllac, ' -^iwac
""f
to lead
ast/ay.
-ac
sif ^f
to lose one's
way, go astray; become insane.
-anie
"
insanity ; bewilderment.
any?
insane, mad, brainsick;
dom
*.anycli,
insane hospital.
Oblam 'J
fragment, scrap.
-,ac,
--ywac
^'^
to break of[; fdrzewa z
galpzij to cut off the branches, lop.
Oblamowac
'"^
to border, trim
round. [cate.
Qbtaskawic
'^^
to tame, domesti-
oblatilac, -.ywac'*'?'
to fly round;
(vulg.J to run through.
obiawila
^, battue; raid, clean
sweep,
.a,
in troops.
>mk.
^
(w mysliwstwiej beater.
obiazic
^"
to creep upon.
_
oblazlllosc *i
baldness,
barennessi
,y ^
bald, depilated.
oblellC, --kac,
vid. oltoczyd.
Obleciec,
vid. oblatac.
obt^d
"^ aberration (of intellect/;
losing one's way.
-ny
f
crazy,
bewildered.
obielldz, 'gac
'^^
to besiege, be-
leaguer,
-"gajacy ^
besieger.
obleplja*",
loam, clay,
-iac, -^ic^f
to paste over; (papieremj to line
(with paper).
Oblewac,
vid. oblai.
Oblezc,
vid. obiazi6.
142 olblezca
oblfiilca*^
besieger,
-venie
" siego,
besiege; znieU *.*, to raise a siege.
^eiicypl',
the besieged.
>.iiiczyf
obsidional, battering . .
.
ablicze
"
face, countenance; w
mojem obliczu, in my presence,
])efore me.,
obliczllanie, -enie
"
computation,
calculation,
.yc, ac
^f
to ac-
count, calculate, compute.
Oblig"^ -acya^,
obligation, bond.
oblizllac, *ywac
'"f
to lick (at),
lick slightly;
-.ywac
sie
fpo
czemj,
to lick one's fingers.
obtocic
^? to mire, splash:
obloczek
^
cloudlet.
cbl:6czy||C
"^ fsukniaj to put on
;
fdzieckoj to dress.
'-*c si
^f
to
dress (oneself)
;
("fig.J
to be covered,
-ny
pi; clothing; investiture.
Obiok
"^ cloud.
obiomek
'^ fragment.
obtl|6w
"^ booty, -wowic si
'^f
to gain much, to take much as
booty.
Obtozllnie
^ . , chorowac, to be
bed-ridden.
*.ny
"
bed-ridden,
.yc,
vid. oktadac.
obmbiellnczy
"
wedding . .
.
; of
a betrothed.
-nlca*i
betrothed,
fiancee. *.iiiczy
?^ of a fiancee.
-"lliec
"^ betrothed, intended.
Obludlla^,
hypocrisy.dissimulation.
^nica
*",
-"nik

hypocrite , dis-
sembler,
.nio ^^ hypocritically.
.ny 'J'
hypocritical; feigned.
oblupllac, -^ywac
^"
to peel, shell,
bark
.ic*^" fze skoryj to skin,
''ienie ^
peeling, barking.
obiu8zczl!ac, -"-ye
^? to husk.

anie ^
husking.
Oblnz
'^ fwarfyj relief.
obty ^
cylindrical; blunt.
obmacllac, -ywac
""^
to handle,
feel, finger.
obmaczac
^? to dip in.
obmalirzac, --rziiac
'^V'
to get co-
vered with (hoar-)fro8t.
obmllawiac, -"-dwic
^? to speak
ill of a person.
obosieczny
obmierzilic
^? (komu coj to dis-
gust a person with,
--liwosc
^,
disgustfulness.
-lose
^, loath-
someness, nauseousness.
*.iy
f
loathsome, disgustful, nauseous,
--nac^?
to become odious; zycie
mi
*lo,
I am tired of life.
obmollwa
^, bad repute, slandero
-wny ?
colurhnious, slanderous.
Obmurowallc
^^ to surround with
a wall.
*.nie
enclosure, wal-
ling in.
obmyllc, 'Wac^f
to wash oflf, to
wash away.
*cie , -^wanie
*
washing off, lotion, ablution,
^wajacy
"
abluent.
obmyijsl
'^
pt-eventive measure.
*slac, slec, --slic
"f
to take
care of, reflect upon ; contrive,
-slanie 1
contrivance, invention.
-'Slenie
"
deliberation, reflexion;
contrivance.
obnazjlac, ^yc
^? to bare, denude,
deprive. *. ,
sif '"V
to strip naked.
-^enie
"
denudation,
-ony
f
naked.
obniiiesc, osic^f
to carry about;
(nowinyj to divulge; (poimiski)
to serve up.
-oszenie
"
(towa-
rowj hawking.
obnizyc^f (cenf) to abate, reduce;
fstopp procentowa) to lower.
Obod
"l
felloe, felly.
obollj
*^
hautboy,
--ista
"^
haut-
boy-player.
obojczyk"^ collar-bone,
-owyf
of collar-bone.
oboje,
vid. oha.
obojetnlliec^^ (na co) to become
^indiferent to.
-*.osc
^, indifference.
'-wy

indifferent. [hard by.
obok
^'^
& ^? near, by, close to;
obolaty ^
sore.
obop61||nosc
^, reciprocalness,reni-
procity.
.ny? reciprocal, mutual.
Ob6r,
vid. obior.
obcrila
^, cow-house.
*.ny
f
of
cow-house.
oborllac, -^jrwac
^? to plough up
obosieczny
f
two-edged.
obosowa6
obosowac
^f
to emboss,
obostronnllie
<*? n both sides*,
mutually,
.y
f
on both sides,
mutual. ^
obostrzlienie"
aggravation.
*.yc^f
to render more severe, aggravate
;
fkarf) heighten.
obowiazii'ac, *ywac
^f
to bind
in duty, to oblige;
.ac
Pfzysipga,
to bind by oath, m,
8i
^T
('^o
czegoj to engage oneself to ...
any" obliged, obliging,
-ek'^
duty, obligation,
.kii?^,
employ-
ment, office,
'kowy ^
obliga-
tory, binding
;
Co
dziedzirtwie
J
le-
gitimate.
<*.iijacy ^
obligatory.
i)b6z ^
camp; ^wyruszyc z obozu,
to decamp.
obozny
"^ quarter-master.
obozoljwac^f
to encamp.
*wanie^
encampment,
-^wisko ^
encamp-
ment.
*.wy
f
camp . .
.
Obr^b'^
sphere, reach ; seam, hem.
'^B,c"^
('kamienie
J
to heyf] (drzewoj
to lop.
^ek
'^
seam, hem.
.ic^f
to hem, border.
*.ienie ^ hem-
ming.
obrabiac
"^f
to fashion;
CflgJ
obrac,
vid. oUerac. [elaborate.
Obracallc
^^ CinteresamiJ, to carry
on; vid. obrocic.
*.c 8i
^V
to
turn,
nie"
turning; (inUresamiJ
carrying on, management.
obrachiiowac
^"
to compute, ac-
count, calculate. * ,
8i
^z kimj,
to settle accounts with a person,
'^owanie^ calculation.
.^sif'J
settling accounts,
.owany
^
cautious,
.unek'^
computation,
calculation ; zrobic *
*., to balance
an account,
unkowy'?
account...
i)br%czklla
<",
fheczki) hoop; ring;
o-a do serwet, napkin-ring;
<^a
slubna, wedding-ring,
-owy
?
^o
monetachj rimmed; annular, re-
sembling a ring.
obradliny
f
council . . . -*owac
^"
to deliberate, hold a consultation,
-owanie
"
debating, delibera-
tion, ^.y pi., debates pi.
obrok 143
ObradzaC,
v:d. obrodzic!
obramowac
^"
to border, enchase.
Obranllie , vid. obidr.
^y f
.y r
rozumu, being out of one's senses.
Obrastac,
vid. obrosnac.
obraz '^
image; picture, painting;
portrait,
-.ek
","
small picture,
small 'image.
kowy
"
of pic-
tures.
obrazlla
*",
offence, injury;
*,a
krola, offence against the so-
vereign, lese-majesty; kamien>.y^
stumbling-block; bez .y! no
offence!
^ic, obrazac^^
to give
offence, offend ; hurt, wound. - *.
sie
^r
to
CO) to take offence at . .
.
-iciel
'^
offender, injurer. .
ka^,
female offender.
Obrazllajaco
"? injuriously, offen-
sively,
-.ajacy"
injurious, offen-
sive,
'wenie
"
injury, affront;
hurt, wounding.
obrazliliWOSC
*",
offensiveness, sen-
sitiveness, susceptibility,
-^wy
*?
offensive; sensitive, susceptible.
obraznik
"^
dealer in pictures or
prints.
obrazob6riIca^ iconoclast.
*ski^
iconoclastic.
obrazocbwalilca
"
iconolater.
'Stwo
"?
iconolatry.
obrazony ?
offended, m,
'^
the
person offended.
obrazoI|wo"?figuratively. .wosc
*",
(fig.)
floweriness, figurativeness.
-wy
"
(fig.)
flowered, figurative.
Obrfb,
vid. obrab.
obr^CZ
*",
hoop, 'ring.
obrobilic,
vid. obrabiac.
enie
^
elaboration.
obr6cic
^^ to turn, to turn about
;
(na co) to employ at ...
;
(w co)
to change, transform, m,
slg
^f
to turn round; to reside, stay; (w
co) become.
obrodzic
^f
to produce many
fruits, m,
si
^r
(o owocach etc.)
to thrive, prosper.
obrok
"^ provender, fodder; nu-
rishment.
144 o^rona
iDbrollna
', defence; protection.
^nca^
defender; councel, solici-
tor, barrister.
-nczy?^
of defence,
nczyni
^, defendress.
-nic
"^^
to defend. ->-,
sie
'^f
to defend
oneself successfully; (czemuj to
guard or defend oneself from,
-nnie
*^?
by way of defence ; on
the defensive,
-.nnosc
^, defen-
sibility.
-.nny ^
defensible, te-
nable; defensive.
obrollsnac, -sc
^? to grow over,
^^siy"
covered with hair; (trawa
etc.) covered with (grass etc.).
-sniety
"
overgrown; bearded,
covered with beard.
0*br6t ^
rotation, gyration
;
(mil.)
manoeuvre ; hyc w ohrotach, to be
at a loss; wziac w obroty, to give
trouble.
obrotnliica
^, fkolei zel.J switch,
siding.
,ie
^^ skilfully, adroitly.
OSC
^, versatility, volubility;
adroitness, skill; activity,
-.y
^
that may be turned round, versa-
tile; adroit, skilful.
o"brotowy ?
rotative, rotary,
obroz, --a, -ka^,
dog-collar.
obrullchac, ^-szyc
^"
to shake,
toss,
-szyc si?
^r
(na kogoj to
become angry at . .
.
obmdzic
""f
to dirty, soil.
obmljs "IJ
table-cloth,
-snik
*;
manufacturer of table-clothes.
obryknac si
^f
Cna kogoJ to snub
a person.
Obrywllac
^f
fowoe z drzewaj to
pluck off; tear off. -.-.
sif ^f
to subside, sink.
>ailie "J
fowo-
cdwj plucking off.
-i-ka ^, per-
quisite, fees pi.
obryzgac
'"'^
to bespatter, splash.
Obrzad'"
ceremony; ^pogrzebowy,
funeral; * ilubny, celebration of
a wedding,
-.ek
"
rite; cere-
mony,
kowy ^
ceremonial,
ceremonious.
obrzedni?^
not very dense; rare;
mediocre,
-o
<*p seldom, rarely;
middlingly.
obslona
obrzallzg, --sk
"^
aftertaste, tang.
ObrZfd,
vid. ohrzad.
obrz^klltosc
^, swelling, swell,
-iy
f
swollen ; hydropic, drop-
sical,
.nac
^f
to swell.
obrzezllac
'^^
(u zydowj to circum-
cise,
-^anie ^
circumcision.
*aiiiec ^
circumcised man.
--any'?' circumcised,
.ek'^
pre-
puce, foreskin.
obrzmielic
"f
to swell (outj.
.nie
?
swelling, tumour^
obrzucllac, -"ic^f
to cover; fmurj
to plaster, rough-cast; to throw at.
obrzydlil|wiec'"J
nauseous man,
~wosc
^, lothsomness; dislike,
aversion; abomination.
-wy
f
abominate, disgusting.
obrzydlltosc
^, lothsomness, nau-
seousness. -ly ^
loothsome,
nauseous,
.nac ""V"
to become
loathsome,
-zenie
"J
abomina-
tion, loathing, abhorrence.
^'Zic'^?
to disgust, excite loathing.
obrz3nii|ac
^"
to cut, clip,
--ek
"?
chip
,
shred. -vM pi., odds and
obsaczyc,
^id. osaczyc. [ends.
obsadlla^,
(fuzyi etc.) stock; (mio-
tly etc.) handle, helve,
.ka
^,
pen-holder.
obsadzllac, -ic
""^
(drzewami) to
plant (with trees); fmiejsce etc.)
to take, secure,
^enie
1
planting;
taking.
obscieiac
""f
(stoma) to litter;
(wata) to wad; stuff.
obserwllacya
^, observation.
*-ar
cyjny
f^
of observation.
*.ato-
ryum 7
observatory,
owac
^?
to observe.
obsillac, *ewac
^? to sow, seed,
^anie, -^ewanie "I
ew

sowing,
obsilladac, -asc, --esc
'"^
to sit
round . . .;
''to swarm round;
(kogo) to beset
(fig.).
Obskoczyc,
vid. oskoczyd.
obskurant
"^ obscurant, ignorai
mus.
.yzm ^
obscurantism*
Obslizgty,
vid. oslizly.
obslona^,
veil, cover.
obsiuga
obslnga^,
attendance, service.
ohstRl
0W3iC,vid.zam6ii'ic.
.nnek^
commission, command.
obstapic^"
to surround, encircle^
beset.
obstajiwac
^^ ("przy czemj to insist
on, to persist in; to defend;
fza kirn) to intercede (for a per-
son).
^^JJ^,m.Q^^ '*"*'JP^zy
prawdzie,
defence of truth.
obstawiljac, -^c
^? to place, put
round, surround.
Obstepowac,
vid. odstapic.

obstfukcya
*",
fmed.J
costiveness.
Obstrzllydz, '-gac,
vid. ostrzydz.
obsulinac sie, -wac sie'^f
to roll
down.
"
^-ni^cie
^
fziemi) rolling
down.
obsychac,
vid. osycJmc.
obsyiac
^"
to send to; to send
round
;
fkogo czemJ to present
one with.
obsypllac, *ywac
"^f
(n.
p.
do-
brodziejsttuyj to overwhelm with
(benefits etc.)
obszar
1
plain, space; wide field.
obszarpanliiec
"^ ragamuffm.
-.y^
ragged, tattered.
obszerlinie
? at large,
-.nose
^,
largeness, wideness.
*.ny ^
spa-
cious, large.
Obszlegi,
vid. mjlogi,
obsznurowac ,
to cord round.
obszyllc, -wac
'"^
to ham ; trim,
lace.
-*.cie
"5
trimming, borde-
ring; trimming.garniture.
*.wka
^,
border, trimming.
Obtulic,
vid. otulac.
obtykac
'"^
to stick round about
;
(mar.J to stop
;
(zoiadekj to cram.
-
sig
^r
to cram one's stomach.
obuli'c, -.wac
"""
to put on (shoes).
*'
si
^r
to put on shoes.
Obuch^ Csiekiery etc.J back;
("fig
J
lye pod
-.em,
to be under strict
discipline.
obudwn, vid. oha.
obndzllac, -.ic
^f
to awake, rouse
from sleep;
f
fig.J
excite,
.-.sie^f
to awake,
-enie 7
awakening.
Cz^sc polsko-oy.gielska.
obwisly 14&
obumllarcie 7
mortification, mor-
tifiedness.
-artosc
^, numbness,
torpidity,
-.ariy ?
half- dead^
ffig.J
indifferent , lost , dead.
-ierac
^f
to mortify, become
insensible.
obupiciowy,
vid. dwuplciowy.
oburacz
<^p with both hands.
oburziiac, 'yc
'''^
to revolt, to
shock a person's feelings. -.*
sie
^r
to put oneself into a pas-
sio^n, become angry,
-.ajacy
^
revolting, shocking.
-.enie'^'J
in-
dignation, exasperation,
-.ony
^
CczemJ exasperated, shocked at.
obustronny,
vid. ohostronny.
obuwilac,
vid. obuc.
-ie 'J
shoes
and boots. [at,
obwachllac, --iwac
'^^
to snuffle
obwarowaljc^"
to fortify, ^.csobie
fcoj, to reserve to oneself,
-nie
fortification.
obwarzanek

cracknel, crackling.
obwiac
^'^
to blow round, fan.
obwiazllac, -<ywac^"
to tie about,
to wrap upc
-ka
*] band, liga-
ture.^
obwic,
vid. obwijaS. [crown.
obwienczllac, yc
^^ to Tvreathe,
Obwiesc,
vid. obwodzic.
obwiellscic, -.szczac
^? to make
known,publish; proclaim, -.szcze-
nie'?
publication, promulgation;
placard.
obwiellsic ^f
bang. *
-^
si
^V
to hang oneself,
-.szac ^f
to
hang up ; hang
;
(opuszczadj hang,
szenie
'J
hanging.^
Obwiezc^
vid. ohwozic.
obwiiljac, obwilin^c
^?. to wrap,
wrap up, envelop. .
si
^^
to
be enwrapped, envelopped.
-.ni^-
cie 7
wrapping; wrapper.
obwinidac, --c
^f
(o coj to ac-
cuse of .
.
, to charge with .
.
enie V, accusation, inculpation,
--ony ^
defendant, accused.
obwislac, -nac
^'*
to hang down,
iosc
^, flabbiness.
-lyf
flabby;
hanging down.

10
146 obw6<i ochrzypna6
obvirdd "?
extent, size
;
( max.j cir-
cumference, periphery; district,
-"ka^,
trimming, welt.
obwolldowyf
district . . .
dzic'"?
to lead about.
"bwotllac, -^jrwac
"^'f
to make
known (loudly);
O^ogo czemj to
proclaim,
-anie
7
proclamation.
'vywacz
"^ proclaimer, (public)
Obwozic
^f
to drive about., [crier.
Oby ?
(wyraza sie przez;^^ may
or would to God . .
.
; .s byi
ezcz^sliwy, may you live happily.
Obyo sig^r
(T^ez czegoJ to dispense
with . .
J
to spare ; nie mogp ~ si^
hez niego, I can't spare Lim. I
can't do without him.
Obyczaj'^
custom, usage; cokraj,
to , the custom of the country,
country manners,
-e
pi-, man-
ners pi.
--nose
^, morality, mo-
rals pi.
-^ny ^
moral; well-
mannered.
*.owy
"
of morals.
obydwaj,
vid. oha.
obywac sie,
vid. olyS
sif.
Obywatel ,
citizen; townsman;
landowner.
>.ka^,
female citizen
;
towns-woman.
*-ski?
civil, civic;
citizen's, landowner's; diich'<'Bki,
civisra
,
patriotism.
-skOEC
^,
civism, patriotism.
stwo
7" ci-
tizens pi.) (right of) citizenship.
obzalowallc
^"^
to accuse.
.ny
'^
accused, defendant.
obiarlltoBC
^,
-^stwo 1
gluttony,
gluttonousness. 'vtiicll
^
glutton.
*.ty ^
voracious, gluttonous.
ObzeraC 8i,
vid. obezrec aip.
Obzierac Si,
vid. ogladad.
obznajmiony
^
(^ czemJ acquain-
ted with. _
obzYnM
pi-, harvest-home.
OCalllec "V'
to remain unhurt, to
escape with one's life.
*'enie
'i
eavlng, salvation, rescue.
ic
'"^
to eave, preserve. * ^
eif ^f
to
Bavo oneself.
dcap ^
(avdi.) lintel.
0CCia!i2i^J
^c'lem.^acetRte.
-.nowyf'
acetic,
-.ra
*^
vinegar-man.
oceaiiu ,
ocean,
-i-nowy,
-^.nski"
OCedzic,
vid. odcedzic.
[ocean,
OCel
^
i^na podkowiej calk,
ocembrowac
^'?
to line with
boards.
OCenila^,
valuation, appraisement.
*^iac, 'ic
to tax, appraise.
iciel "!? appraiser.
:^ienie 7
va-
luation.
OCet"^
vinegar,
-niczka^,
vinegar-
OCh
*, oh!
[cruet.
OChapiaC Si
^r
ochapia mi
sif,
my heart misgives me.
OCbdi|6stwo
"
cleanliness,
-.oz-
nie
*^? cleanly,
-^-ozny"
cleanly,
tond of cleanliness,
-^ozyc
^"^
(suknie) to clean, cleanse.
ocblacsie
^f
("'^^IfJ-J *o overdrink
ocMadzac,vi(i.
ochtodzic. [oneself.
oclilica^,
flax-comb.
OcMollda
^, cooling, refreshment.
^dnac
'^V'
to grow cool;
('fig
J
compose oneself.,
-^dzenie"?
coo-
ling;
Cfig.J
coolness,
-.dzic
'"?
to cool, cool down.
ocMonac
^? to let pass away
(one's rage etc.), to compose
oneself.
Ochmistrz^
steward
;
^waMCJj/eiey
tutor. -'Owac
^f
(komu) to tutor,
-yni^,
house-keeper
;
governess
OChOCZllo
**? willingly, readily
-^-OSC
^, willingness , readiness
*,y ^
willing, ready ; merry, gay.
OChoilta
^, desire, inclination,mind.
--tnik
"^ volunteer.
.tniczy
^
voluntary,
-tny?^
willing; lively,
ocbramiec
'"V'
to become lame.
oclirllaniac, -'Onic^^'^
to shelter;
spare, save,
-^-ona
*",
shelter, pro-
tection; sparing (of); amulet,
-onka^,
infant-school,
-^oniiyf
preservative, preventive.
OChrzcllenie ^
baptising, baptisa-
tion.
-ic
'"'^
to christen, baptise.
. m.
si^
^r
to be baptised.
_
ochrzyplllo
<*? hoarsely,
-^tosc
^,
hoarsiness , huskiness.
-iy
"
hoarse.
'nac
"^V"
to become
hoarse.
ochucha6
ochuchac
""^
to breathe upon.
OChwallcic
'*^*?
(koniaj to founder.
,t "J
fioet.J founder, --tny
f
(hohj foundered,
ochybny
"
fallacious, deceitful.
OCiiyda etc.,
vid. ohyda etc.
OCiac
"?
("figJ
to cheat; vid. dbcinac.
ociagallc,
vid. obdngac.
-c sie,
to "linger, hesitate, .nie sie
"
hesitat on.
ocieKc,
-wkac, -^knac
^7"
to run
oH", flow otf, drip otf.
odac
U'
'SC
to
ociemnilaly ^
blind.
grow blind,
ocienillac, -'C, <vowac^'f
to shade,
shadow. *eiiie ^
shading, shade.
-ony ^
shady, shadowy.
OCiepllIac, --ic
^"
to make warm.
si^
to grow warm.
ocierac
^? to wipe dry. *.
si
('o
fco^o; to have intercourse with, to
see a good deal of a person.
OCieziiatosc
^, heaviness, unwiel-
diiiess, cumbrousness. -aty
f
heavy, unwieldy, sluggish.
'-ec^V'
to become cumbrous, sluggish.
ociosac,^?^
to Jiew, cut (off;.
OCiszyc
^f
^rfomy to protect from
wind.--
ocknllac sie
^r
to awake,
-.ienie 'J
awakening.
oclic
^f
to lay a duty on, tax.
ocma^,
darkses^/
Oct lamia*",
vinegar manufactory.
'"OWy
^^ of vinegar, vinegar . .
.
,
acetous; Icwas *
~, acetic acid.
OCUClIac, -ic^?
to awaken, rouse.
* "^
sie
T
to awake.
*enie sie
"
awakening. [over, to candy.
ocuklirowac, -.rzyc
^"i*
to sugar
OC\viczyC
^'f
to drub, thrush.
ocyganic
^"
to cheat, take in.
oczarowallc^f^
to bewitch, enchant;
charm.
<*iiie "I
enchantment,
witchcraft.
oczasty
'^ eye-spotted, ocellated.
oczekiwalic
"f
fczegoj to await,
look out for . .
.
;
(kogoj wait for .
.
-nie "I
expectation, looking for .
.
0C2e!pic
"'^f
to cover with a cap,
to cap.
*.pinyi?i.,
capping; ce-
lebration 01 a wedding.
oczerniilac,
to make black,
blacken;
ffig.)
defame, calum-
niate,
'aiy
^
(od stoucaj sun-
burnt, i^ec
^? to grow black,
blac^cen.
-enie ."J
blacking;
(fig.)
defamation, calumniation.
OCZeta pl-t
little nice eyes.
OCzko 7
little eye; stitch; fhot.}
bud; (^U7 siecij mesh,
-wwac
^'?^
to inoculate; ogle.
-^waty
"
meshy, full of meshes or stitches.
ocz!!ny
"
ocular, optic, eye...
-odot
^^ 'socket of the eye, orbit.
<^y,
pi. od oko.
oczyjiscic, -"Szczac
^^ to clear,
purge; refine, clean; exculpate;
fz
kurzuj to dust; finteresaj to
set in order, to settle. *, .
sie
'''T
to clear oneself; ("z winy) to purge
oneself,
^-szczaltiy
"
purifica-
tive.
"^szczenie
"
cleaning, pur-
ging; purification; exculpation;
, , Panny Maryi, Purification of
the Virgin Mary.
oczytanliie "J
reading, extensive
reading, book-learning,
-.y^ well-
read.
OCZywi "scie
"^?
evidently, plainly.
''Stosc *i
evidence, apparentness.
-"Sty
f
evident, apparent.
od, '^e^^^^^,
CoddaltnieJ from;
Cpo
stopniu wyiszymj than (n. p.
je-it
wyzszy ode. ninie, he is taller thu.i
I; {"celj for;
fpo forntie bicrnejj
by; Co
czaaiej since (n.
p.
~ jjo-
czatku Stycznia, since the begin-
ning of January); (skuitkj with
(n. p.
^ zimna, with cold); w zio-
zonych odpoiuiada przyrostkom : re
(n.
p.
odrzucic, reject}, off /^po *^o-
wach n.p. odleciec, to run offj, dis
(n. p.
odkryc, to discover) ; kiedy ?
how long since? przyjaciel ~ sercay
bosom-friend; nie jesUm ^ Ugo,
I am willing to do so.
oda^,
ode.
odac
^"
to puff up, to swell.
148 odaliska
Odallska'f
odalisk.
Odarllcie ^
pulling-olT; fzt
fikdry)
skinning,
-.ty
"
(t majg,tkuj de-
prived of . . .
odarniUc, c
^? to cover with
turf, turf.
odbarwienie ^
discoloration.
Odbillc ""'^V
to beat back; CpilkpJ
lo cliarge the ball home; fod
brzeguj to put otf, set ?ail ; rescue,
recover from; fcioaj to parry,
ward off; /"o dwietle) to reflect.
*C si
^r
to recoil; to rebound;
fo
potrawachjto helch
;
Co
divietle)
to reflect,
-.cie
O'e^'^^a^
rescue
;
vid. oilbijanie.
odbielidz, -^gac^'^"
to run away;
^odi/r2e(i<iofa>; to deviate, swerve;
(kogoj to leave in the lurch,
iany?
left, abandoned, zenie
"
abandonment.
odbiljeract
vid. odehrac. A-eranie,
vid. odebranie.
-.orca
'^ receiver.
odbijallc,
vid. odbic.
-nie si? "J
(promienij reflecting; (pokarmowj
eructation.
odbitka
<",
(tyvJ
proof, copy.
odb lask ^
reflex, reverberation.
*lysk
'^ resplendance.
Odbudowallc
^?^
to rebuild.
"C si?
^r
^0
miescie lub rvsij to
be rebuilt, -.nie
"
rebuilding.
OdbyllC, --Wac
'^?
(Interesa etc.)
to despatch; (lekcy<}) give; -
('
ttudya, to finish one's studies;
make, perform;
*c
kogo, to turn
off ? person,
-.c sif "f
Co
zgro-
madaeniu, nahozeiistwie etcj to be
held.
--cie ^
making, perfor-
mance.
*t
"^ sale, market;
dobru <vt, quick sale.
odceazllac, -ic
^? to decant, filter.
odcharkiwac
^f
to expectorate.
odchf
dozyc
^f
to scour off.
odchil6d ^
lost, waste; Cstoltc)
evacuation
;
Ctowardwj draft, vent
;
consumption; flowing off.
odne"
na
nil
upon my (his etc.) de-
parture, odowy ?
-vQwafciwfca,
rectum, ^odzic*".*
to retire wiWif
odda$
draw; Cod przedmiotuj deviate
from
;
Co poczcie
,
o pociaguj to
start, leave
;
Co okrfciej to'sail
;
Co
towarachj to find purchasers,
come off; t>.m, od zmyalow, to bo
out of one's wits. [a disease.
odchorowac
^f
to atone for by
odckowac
^f
to bring up.
odchwalic si?
^f
w ^nddz sip
*,
to praise to the skies.
odchylilac, -ic^?^
to bend back;
turn off; unveil. <.
si?
"^f
to
be' unveiled.
odcillac, *nac
'^?
to cut off. <
si?
^f CfigJ
to return a person'a
offence quickly and sharply, ^v?*
cie 'J
cutting off.
-.nacz
cuttei
(off). *nek",'
cut; /^Tnaf.^ segment
odciagllac, *iiac ^?? Ckogo od
cztgoj to alienale from ...
;
Co^ryt.)
to substract ; to retire, withdraw.
odcien

shade.
odciellc *kac
^^ to flow down-
wards, flow off.
odcisllk
stamp, copy; CnanodzeJ
corn.
.kac, -nac
^"
to prin^
draw off; Csobie
nogf)
to gall.
odczarowalic
^^ to uncharm, dis-
enchant.
*nie ^
disenchantment.
odczepillac, *c
^"
to take off, un-
pin, unhook, free;
CfisJ
-C si?
od, to get rid of; nie chce sip ode
mnie
-c,
I cannot get rid of him.
odczullc , --wac
^f
to perceive,
be sensible of.
'Wanie
sus-
ceptibility.
odczyni!!ac, *c
^? to undo; dis-
enchant.
odczyf^
lecture, reading; mCe<5~,
to lecture, give a reading,
^-a^,
yiv^ac
^? to recite, read aloud;
read over,
-anie
recital,
reading.
oddac
"^ to give back, .return;
deliver up to .
. ;
Codwdzi^cza6
sif
)
repay, requite ; <* do fizkol, to (send)
put to school; commit to the care
of; Cserce, rekpj to give; -
si?,
devote oneself; Csmutkowi ttcj to
give way to ...
oddal
oddal
"^ distance,
-ac, -ie.""?
to dismiss, discharge; remove.
''Sie
'"V
^o withdraw, retire.
-enie
"
distance; removal, *.*,
sie "J
removal, -withdrawing.
<*6ny ^
distant, remote.
oddainie "J
reddition, return.
oddarty ^
torn olT.
oddailwac,
vid. odda6.
*.wca

deliverer, bearer.
oddawna
<^? long time since.
odd.ech.
^,
breath, respiration;
vent, air-hole, ^owy ^
respira-
tory; kanai ~
*,
wind-pipe.
oddretwiec
^^ to get rid of stiff-
ness!"
oddrukowac
'"'^
to print, draw off.
Oddrzwia,
vid. odrzwia.
oddychallc ^?
to respire, breathe;
ciezko
*.c,
to heave for breath,
-nie ^
breathing, respiration.
Oddziai
^
(w ksiazcej section;
CiL-ojska) detachment, division,
--ac, -ywac '-T
i
wanie
"
reaction.
oddzielllac, -'ic
"^^
to separate;
divide. ..
sie
"^X
to be sepa-
rated,
-.anie, ^enie ^
severing.
odgarniaS 149
separation.
'iiy separate.
'Ony ,
separated.
oddzierac
'"^
to tear off, pull off.
Oddzierzgnac^f
to untie, unbind.
Oddzwiek
f
echo, reverberation
of sounds,
odebrallc
""f
to take off, take
away; CodpowiedzJ to get, receive;
(komu stawp etc.) to deprive a
person of...; Cprzy
siegf
J adim'i-
nister (an oath);
<*.c
sobie zycie,
to commit suicide,
-^nie
"I
with-
dr^lwal.
odechciellc
sif,
'Wac si'"^ --wa
mi'sip fczegoj, my longing for ...
is pver.
Odecie
"J
inflation, puffing.
'
Odedrzec,
vid. oddzierac.
odegnac
^"
to drive away, to ex-
Odegne,
vid. odgiac. [pel.
Odegrllac
^'"
Cjaka sztukp, rolpj to
perform, play; Ckomu kolorj fol-
low suit; {przegranaj regcin;
-^c
sie, '^ywacsig'^J'to'regain money
lost at play.
[odjpcie.
odejmpwallc,
vid. odjac
-nie,
vid.
Odejsllc,
vid. odchodzic.
-.cle
"
going away;
fpoczty etc.J depar-
ture.
odelglla*',
thaw,
-nac^^ to relent,
diminish.
Odemknac,
vid. odmykaS.
odemnie"",
from me, on my part.
Odepchnac, vid. odpydiac.
Odeprzec
"^f
fnieprzyjacielaj to
repel; reply, answer; ^do5^ parry,
keep off.
oderwallc
^f
'to pull off; tear off,
detach;
CfigJ
disengage, torrf
away.
*-c si^
^f
to be pulled off,
torn off; to tear oneself away,
disengage oneself by force,
-.nie"?
separately,
-nle ^ tearing off.
^nie sie 7
fprowincyij revolt;
disengagement,
.ny
*? i.bstract.
oderznilac
^"
to cut off,
*.iecie
"
cutting ^off.
odeslac,
vid. odnylac.
odetchnllac
"V"
to take breath;
CiigJ
repose, recover.
*ienie ^
respiration.
odetkllac, ^nac
"^^
to open, un-
cork, unstop.
*
odetn,
vid. odciac.
odelltosc^,
bloatedness, turgidity.
-.ty ^
bloated, sodden-faced.
odezwa
^, manifesto; harangue,
address; fpismoj letter. m,c
sie
'"^
(ze zdaniem) to intimate one's
opinion; (echemj echo, resound;
fo
co) to reclaim; answer (to
calling); (do kagoj address one-
self to.
-nie sie
"J
the intimation
of one's opinion; resounding;
answering (to calling).
odfarbowllac, --ywac
^?? to co-
lour, dye anew; to lose colour.
odg'5,d||nac, -ywac
"^f
to guess;
unriddle':
^-nienie, -'ywanie
','
guess, divination.
odganiac,
vid. odegnac.
odgarnllac, -'iac^?
to rake sway
odgia6 150
odgillac, -^nac
^f
to bend back;
turn 'up, to cock. [fame.
odglos
'"
resoimd, echo; report,
Odguic
^^ to rot off, putril'y and
fall otf.
.
odgniatac, -esc
'^'f
to gall,
odgotowac
^"/
to decoct, boil
thorouglily.
odgrlladza'c, -odzic
^"
to parti-
tion otf; fence in
-^odzenie "J
partition; fence
odgranicz ac, -yc
^"
to mark
oft", fix the limits of...
eilie
"
demarcation,
odgrazailc sie ^r~to
menace,
threaten.
-*.nie, 'Ilie si
"
me-
nace, threat.
Odgrywac,
vid. odcgrac.
odgryllzac, zc
'^^
to bite oft".
-"^
sif
''''
(fig-
J
to return a per-
son's offence sharply.
odgrzllac, -ewac
*'"
to warm up;
(Jig.
J rake up. -.anie "J
wanning
up. -ewanie \ (fig.J
raking up,
odgrzebllac, *ywac
"? to dig up
;
fumarlcgoj disinter.
odhaczyc
^^*
to unhook.
odjadac
'"^
to eat up, eat away;
devour.
Odjac
'^"
(argtj to subtract; take
Hway, snatch away; deprive;
odejmoicac sobie od gehrj, to pinch
oneself.
odjarzmic
"'t
to unyoke.
Odjijazd
'J
departure, setting out.
echac, *ezdzac
^"
to set off,
depart.
Odjecie
"
freki etc.) amputation;
talking away, withdrawing,
pdjemiiy
f
CarytJ
negative.
odjesc
^^ nie modz sie *. (czegoj,
to like very much (a dish), vid.
odjadac.
odjezdnile
"
time of departing;
na
-ein,
on departing, on leaving.
V ?
departure . .
.
, of departure.
Odkad"^'
from whence? since what
time
odkapturzyc
''^
fsoholaj
odkarmic
.' Cdziecko) to
I
hood,
to un-
wean.
odkwitnienie
Odkasic,
vid. odgryzac.
odJjaszlnac
^f?
to hem, clear
one's throat;
fflcgmpj
to cough up.
odkaz
",'
legacy,
-^ac
^f
to be-
queath,
-ka^, menace,
-^.yrvac
sif ^r
to menace,
-ywanie sig
^
menaces, threats pi.
odkichnac
'"^
to sneeze.
odkietznac
^"
to unbridle.
odkiwnac
^f
to return a person's
nodding; to intimate by a nod,
to nod to.
odkiadaifc,
vid. odtoiyc.
.cz
i;
delayer,
-nio
^
(na pozniejj tem-
porisation, adjournment.
odkleic
*^^?
to unglue. -
si
^T
to be unglued
odklepac
^?
(fig. J to mumble.
odklon
'^
returned salutation,
ic sie
"^r
^o return a salute.
odkopl'ac, -'ywac
'^'^
to dig up.
dig out; (ciato) to disinter.
odkorkowac
^^ to uncork, open
(a bottle).
odkrllajac -oic
"^^
to cut off.
odkraiisc, *dac^'"
to steal from.
odki'eciiac, -'ic
^'"
to untwist;
(sruhej to unscrew.
odkroic
"^f
to cut off.
odkrilopic, ''apiac'^" .to sprinkle.
odkiyiic, -^v/ac
"'^
to uncover,
bare; discover;
^c
gtowe, to take
oil" one's hat. *.
sif ^T
to be
uncovered.
'Cie 1
baring, de-
nudation
;
discovering; revealing.
*ty
"
discovered; uncovered,
odkrzaknac
^^ to hem. [open.
odkuc^*^"
^0 hammer off; (koniaj
to unshoe.
*.sie
^T
to come off,
odkulbaczyc *'"''to unsaddle.
odkup
'"^
repurcliase, ransom,
-^ic,
-^owac
^^!'
to buy from; redeem,
rescue,
-iciel
",'
purchaser; re-
deemer; Our Saviour.
vienie
1
redeniption; purchase,
-ny
f
by purcliase, purchasable.
odkwallsic, *szac
'^?
(chem.j to
deoxydate.
odkwitllac, *nac
^"
to rebloom.
--anie,
^nienic
"
refiorescenco.
odla6
odlac^?
to pour off, detni; maice
a cast of.
odlallczenie 1
separation,
-czyc^"
to set apart, separate; (dzitcko,
cielp etcj to ^wean. -.
si
^T
to desert, abandon; (od koiciolaj
to apostatize.
odiam
"^
fragment, scrap,
-ac,
ywac
'"^
to break off.
-ek
'^
crum, crumb; small fragment;
(fig.)
czlowiek nie *, a strong
man.
odlllatac, ^atjrwac, 'eciec
^^ to
fly away; run away.
odtazic, odlezc
'"V'
(vulg.j to re-
tire, withdraw.
odleglllosc
^, distance, remoteness,
ty
"
remote, distant.
odlepillac, *c
""^
to unglue.
odlew
'^ cast, copy.
*ac,
vid.
odlac.
acz^
moulder, founder,
-'anie 1
casting.
-*isko
"
lagoon,
marsh,
-nia^,
iron-foundery.
odlezllaiy
"
well seasoned,
-.ec
""f
to atone for in a recumbent po-
sition
;
lie for a given time; (sohie,
CO) to get sore by lying,
.yna
^,
.yny
pi., getting sore by lying.
odliczli'ac, -yc
^"
to discount
deduct.
*enie ^
deduction.
Odliga,
vid. odelga.
odliwek ^
lower part of the to-
bacco-pipe.
odlog
"
fallow;
CfigJ
neglect;
CfigJ
lezec
*.iem,
to be neglected,
uncultivated.
jdlot
"^
departure, flying off.
odto:&yc^^
to set aside, put aside;
adjourn, put off. [thropist.
odlndek ^
misanthrope, misan-
odludilnie p retiredly.
*nosc*i
retiredness, loneliness, deserted-
ness.
-*.ny
f
deserted, retired,
solitary.
Odlnpllac, -'jrwac
Vf
to split, se-
parate by splitting, to flake off.
odl"Qtowa6
^^ to unsolder.
Odhliyc,
vid. ohdluza6.
odmach ^
lifting up the arm for
striking, striking out. nac
^?
odmrukna6 151
CO lift up the arm for striking,
strike out. [paint, depict.
odmalowac
^? to j)ortray;
ffig.j
odmarzllac, -nac ,
to freeze off;
Odmawiac,
vid^ odmowid. [thaw.
odmazilac, --ywac
^?^
to erase,
rub away; cancel.
odmft ^
labyrinth, confusion.
odmiana
*",
change; variation;
modification
;
(gram.
J
declension,
conjugation.
odmiar ^
requital, retribution.
odmiatac
^f
to sweep away.
odmiekilczyc
^f
to moisten, soak,
nac ""V"
to grow soft.
odmienlliac, *ic
^^ to change;
modify; (gram.) decline, conju-
gate. -.
8i
"^r
to change
;
be
declined, be conjugated, '^nosc
^
changeableness , variableness.
-nie
"? otherwise, in another
manner,
-ny
f
changeable, va-
riable; different. [out; requite.
odmJerzllac, -yc
'^?
to measure
Odmiesc,
vid. odmiatac.
odmllladzac, -odzic
^? to make
young,
.odniaiy^
made young;
refreshed, renewed, -odniec^
to grow young again.
odnienie'J
growing young again. 'Odzenie ^
rejuvenescence.
odmollczyc^^
to moisten,
-kn^c^
to be moistened.
odmotac
^"
to disentangle, ex-
tricate; reel off.
odmowa^,
refusal, denial.
odm6wiiic '^f
to recite; (paderz)
say, perform
;
fsluzacegoj alienate
from; fkomu czegoj refuse;
-.-
aobie czegoy to obstain from a thing.
<*ny ^
refusing; odmcwna odjao'
,
wiedz, refusal.
odmrllazac, -ozic
^^ to freeze;
* 't, sohie rfce
tic, to have a limb
frozen.
*ozoiiy"
frozen. 'Ozeniet
freezing.
odmmllczec
^? to hum over.
'enac
'''\''
to reply by
twinkling.
knac
'^^
to answer by mur-
muring.
152 odmurowa6
odiQTirowac
^f
to build up anew
;
(grdhj open.
odinyc
^*
to wash off.
odmykac
*"?
to remove, move
away, (drzwij to open (half).
odnaltjac, -^jmowac
*'?
to under-
let, sublet.
0diialijd5rwac. -les6'^? to refind,
fiDd out.^
'lezienie
"J
refinding.
OdnawiaC,
vid. odnounc.
OdnieellCeiliaj
vid. niedicenie.
Odirtliesc, -OSIC
^? to bring back;
(zwycipatwqj to gain. m,m,
sie
^
to refer, relate to .
.
odnitowaG
"^f
to unrivet.
Odnoga \
CmorskaJ gulf, bay;
frzeki etc) branch.
odnosnltie
? -"* do, respecting,
with regard to; according as.
*.ik

note. m,j
f
relative, re-
specting.
odni'loszenie, '^iesienie ^
bringing
back- * *
sig ^ appeal, appealing.
Odnowillc
'^^
to renew, restore,
renovate; recommence; reopen.
-C
sif ^
to recomnLence.
^ciel
restorer, renewer.
^renie?
rene-
wal, renovation; recommence-
ment.
Odosobllnic
'"^
to separate, isolate,
.nienie
"
separation, isolation.
*- ^
sif ^
retirement,
oniony
?
insulated, isolated.
odpadJ!a6,
vid. odpasc.
*.aiiie
"?
falling off; revolt.
-,ek ^ .ki
pL,
refuse parts, odds and ends,
-^ek^
^niecie, ^nienie
'
fprowincyi etc.)
revolt.
*.Jy ^
fallen (off;.
Odpakowac'^?' to unpack, pack up.
odpalic
^'?
/'/ifl'./'
to keep off, reject.
odparac,
vid. odprui.
odpanlcie "J
repellence, repelling,
-.ty ?
repelled.
odpailrowac
^^ to cause to eva-
porate,
-rzyd
^"
to boil tho-
roughly; gall, chafe,
rzelina*",
chafe, gall.
Odpasac
'^f
to ungird, ungirth.
odpasac
"? to fatten. -
si^
^
to grow fat, fatten.
odpowied^
odpasc
"7 to fall off;
r/?flr.;
desert,
abandon
;
(
o prowincyi etc
J
to re-
volt; (od wiaryj to apostatise.
odpfdzljac, -ic
^f
to drive awavo
0dpfta6
^^ to unchain, unfetter.
odpijlac, --iiac
^? to unbuckle,
undo , unpin. *> m,
8i ^
to bo
undone.
Odpic
^? to drink off; nie mddz
sip ~ czegoy to like a beverage
very much.
odpiecztOiiwac
^f
to unseal.
Odpierac,
vid. odeprzec.
odpiiowac
^"
to file off.
odpls
^y answer, reply; copy.
-ac, -.ywac
^? answer, reply;
copy. - *
sig
od czego
,
to givft
up, renounce.
<'aiil8 ^
answering,
copying, copy.
odplallcac, ^cic
^f
to repay, re-
quite, recompense,
-ta*',
reim-
bursement, requital.
odplatac
^? to disentangle, ex-
tricate, [untwist.
odplliesc, <^atac
^f
to untwine,
odpioszyc
*'*
to scare away.
odpiyllnac, -wac ^
to run off;
set sail,*"sail away.
odpiyw
^y
ebb; flowing off. m,Om
wy
f
kanai ~~, sewer, gutter;
woda -^-owa, refuse fluid.
odpocziiac, -ywac
^? to
rest,
repose.
"
-.jmek
"^
-ywanie
^
rest, repose,
.ynka
*
landing
(of a staircase). [atonement
odpokntowallc^"
to atone,
-nie^
0dp6r
",'
opposition, resistance.
odpomllie
f
defensively.
-*osc
^,
resistibility ; defensibiiity.
^.y
^
resistible; defensible.
odposcic
^^? to atone for . . . by
fasting,
odpowiadad^f
to answer, reply;
answer to, correspond to, come
up to; answer for,
odpowielidnio
**? .do, accor-
ding to.
'dniosc
^, suitableness,
adequacy,
-.dni
"
corresponding,
suitable, fit.
dny?
answerable;
CQrr'.rpc^ding.
'dz
answer
odpowiedzialno^6
reply; ronfutation, refutation,
dzialnosc
*",
responsibility, an-
Bwerableness
;
podagnac do -.
d/iainoici, to impeach,
^dziainy?
answerable , accountable (for),
^dziec,
vid. odpowiadqd.
idprasowac^f
to iron thoroughly.
odpnlaszac, 'Osic
^^ to with-
draw a person's invitation.
odprawlla
^, discharge, dismission,
-lac, ''ic
'^?
finteresa ttc.J to
despatch; (stidactgo etcj dAsvuiss]
CnabozenstwoJ oSlci&te,/m5zpJ s&j
;
ic Sie ^r fz
czemj to finish,
despatcli.
-ieiiie ^
despatch;
dismission.
odprowadzllac, -ic
""
to conduct
to, lead to; accompany;
ffig.J
dissuade, divert (from a purpose);
turn oft',
-.enie ^
{'wody etc.)
turning ofT.
odprlinc, ^^66
^? to unsew, un-
etitch. [fly off.
odpryglikac, *'nac
"^
to crack off,
Odprziadz,
*fgac
^^ (koniej to
unharness.
odprzeda!!c, *wac
^? to resell.
odprzyslii^QZ, 'i^gac
^? to ab-
jure, forswear,
-i^zeiiie ^
ab-
juration.
odpnllscic, *szczac
^? fwinp etc.)
to remit, forgive
;
(TiogoJ give leave
of absence;
m.'t*.
wody ze stawu, to
to let off, drain a pond,
-st
"^
remission, forgiveness
;
fkoSdelnyJ
indulgence,
^stny
f
remissible.
Stowy
"
of indulgence(s).
--sz-
czenie ^
forgiveness, remission.
odpychallc
^"
to push away, re-
pulse,
-jacy ? tfigj
repulsive,
-nie ^
repulsion.
odra^,
(chorohaj measles pi.
odrabac
"""
to chop off, cut off.
odrabiallc
^? to work off; finish,
get done; (lekcyej to do.
OdrachowaC,
vid. odUczyc.
Odraczac,
vid. odroczyc.
odradzllac, ic
'^'^
to dissuade
(from), advise (against).
<eilie 1
dissuasion.
odrzucid 153
Odradzac,
vid. odrodziS.
odrapallc '^f
to scrape off, scratch
off.
^ny ?
ragged.
Odrastac.
vid. odroic.
0(^a||za \
aversion, displeasure,
-zac, 'Zic''?
to disgust ; alienate.
"Zajacy*? abominable, disgustful.
odrfbllnosc
^, separateness
;
pecu-
liarity,
-ny ?
separate, peculiar.
odrfczny
"
(lowar) manual; ex-
tempore.
odrtwillaiosc
^, torpidity, stiff-
ness.
-aly
f
torpid, stiff,
-vec
^
to get numbed, to stiffen.
odrobliek
"5
working off.
*ic,
vid.
odrabiac.
odrobina
', trifle, morsel, little bit.
odrollczenie "I
adjournment, pro-
rogation.
'Czyc
^? to prorogue,
adjourn.
odrolldek
"
degenerate person.
'*'dny
"
degenerate.
odroQzllenie,
-' -
sif "I
regenera-
tion.
*.ic^^
to regenerate. .
si
^r
to be born anew.
-*ony
f
regenerate.
odrolisc, 'Snac
^V'
to grow afresh,
si
*?
shoot
*.st ^
sprouting,
outgrowth.
odr6zni||ac, -c^?
to distinguish,
discern. -'
sif
^
to be dis-
tinguished,
-.enie ^
distinction.
odrwillc
"^^
to cheat, deceive.
-sZj
-swiat
"^ impostor, deceiver,
swindler.
odryglowac
"^^
to unbolt.
odryllczec
'"'^
CfigJ
to roar out.
-Imac^^,* to answer by roaring.
odryna*",
coach-house, shed.
odrysowac
^f
to sketch, draw.
odrywalc
^"
CfigJ
to keep off,
detain ; vid. oderwac.
nie 1
tear-
ing off;
CfigJ
detention, hin-
drance.
odrzellc -^kac ^?^ to reply, an-
swer. .
si
^r
to renounce.
OdrzeC,
vid. ohdzieraS.
odrzTiIlcac, -cic
^? to cast away,
throw away; reject; refuse.
154
oarzucenie
<*ceilie
'^rejection; refusal,
-teji.
.
oflal;
ffigj
degenerate man.
odrzwia
pi-, door-post.
Odrzyniiac,
vid. oderznac. *ek
"^
shred,
chip.
[sor.
0drzysk6ra

extortioner, oppres-
Odsadzllac,
*ic
^? to remove;
Cod
piersij wean. *eilie ^
wea-
ning (of a child).
odsadzllac, *ic
^f
to refuse (by
judicial sentence); kogo od wia-
snosci, declare a person to have
forfeited a thing;
*ic
J-ogo od
czci, to declare a person to be
infamous, -wic
Icogo od rozumu,
to declare a person to be mad.
'Gllie 'J
privation of honour.
odsapnac
*''*/
to stop for breath.
Odseiacli
vid. odsytac.
odsep
"^ alluvion.
odsetiiek "V
-^ka^,
percentage.
odsiiiadac
^? fo chlebiej to be de-
tached from the crumb, -ady-
wac, -'Sdziec^"
to atone for...
by
emprisoument.
odsiarkowac
^^ to desulphurate.
odsieilc
-^kac
^? to cut off, chop
otf. *cz
^,
relief, succour.
odskiiakiwac, --oczyc
"""
to leap
off; rebound, recoil. ii-ok
"^
jumping off; rebound.
odskrobllac, -ywac
'^'^
to shave
off, scrape off.
-.iny
pi., sha-
vings pi.
odsiilaniac, *onic
'"^
to unveil
;
(kiLrtyufj to draw,
oniony
^
unveiled, uncoveredo ^'OViZt^^(tt.J
act.
odsionecznik
"",
aphelion.
odsiuliga \
reciprocal service.
-giwac, "-zyc
^^ to acquit by
service. * m, swoj czas, to serve
one's time.
odspiewallc
^'^
to sing, sing off;
to pay by singing,
-nie"
singing.
odsrodkowy
"^
centrifugal.
odsrnbowac
^f
to unscrew.
odstac si?
^f
to change, to be
undone; co sie stale nie odstanie^
what's done cannot be undone.
odswiezy6
auw.<iiC,
Vid. odstawac.
rly
^
fo icinie etc.) settled.
odstapijic
^f^
to cede, give up;
fkogoj abandon; Cod obl^zenia}
raise (the siege);
Cod przedmiotuj
deviate, digress.
enie "J
(n.
p.
swych prawj cession, giving up
;
-* od wiary, apostasy ; ^ ^ od
przedmiotu, digi'ession.
Odstawa
*",
transport, conveyance,
odstawac
^
to come off, stand
off, go off; suknia odstaje, the
garment does not fit.
odstawllic, --iac
^^ to remove,
put away, put aside; deliver,
hand over to . .
. ;
Cod
piersij to-
wean,
-^ka*",
discharge, dismis-
sal
;
isc na -wke, to be discharged
from service.
odstep ^
distance, interval
; CtypJ
break, paragraph;
-.ca"^
deserter;
renegade, apostate,
-.ne"^
money
paid in compensation (for claims);
smart-money.
.owac,
vid. od'
staple.
*stW0
"?
desertion; apo-
stasy.
,ny ^
rebellious, apostate.
odstriiajac, -"Oic
^*
to untune.
odstrasz'lac, -.yc
'"f
to frighten
away, deter from . . .;
.
sif
, to
be discouraged.
odstreczllyc, -ac
'^?
to alienate,
avert'; fkogo od siebie) repel
Cf-gJ
odslrychnac^^
to exclude (from).
*
s)f ""^r
(od kogo
J
to desert a
person; fall off.
odstrzeliiic, -^wac
^? to shoot
back. *. .
sif ^r
to defend one-
self by shooting.
odsniinac, --wac
""
to move away,
remove; shove away; Cfiranke)
draw. *. *.
sie
^f
to make room,
draw off.
-^ni^cie
"
removal,
walny ?
removable.
odswif!!cac, -^cic
"^^
C^sl^dzaJ to
desecrate, degrade.
.cenie
'^
desecration, degradation,
-^tny
?
festive, festival.
odswiezijac, -yc
^? to renew, re-
fresh; Cw
pamiecij lo rub up,
odsytad
Odsylaii'c
^? to send back, return;
-CZ
"^
luark of notation.
odsypiiac, -ywac^"
to pour off.
odszczekac
^^"
to answer by
barking.
odszczep
'^ splinter,
-.iac, -ic
""?
to separate by splitting. <vic si
"^
*o be separated;
CfigJ
apostatise.
*ieniec
'^ heretic,
-.ienstwo
^
heresy.
cdszlifowac
^'^
to cart away.
odsznurowac
'"^
to unlace, un-
string.
odszpuntowac
^^ to broach.
odszturchnac
^'f
to push off,
odsztikiiac, -^iwac^"
to seek out,
discover.
odszumowac
'^'^
to scum, skira.
Odtaczac, vid. odtoczyc.
odtad<^-p from hence, henceforth,
odtajac
^"
to thaw,
odtanczyc
^f
to dance off; finish
dancing.
odtl-apiac, opic
'"f
to melt off.
odtleuic
^"
to deoxj'date.
odttuc
^f
to knock off.
odtoczyc
^"
to grind off, grind
away; finish turning; polish,
grind; (do hutelekj to bottle.
odtracilenie
"i
deduction,
-ic,
-'ac"^?
to push off; knock off;
(odpychac) repel; deduct, [son.
odtrutka^, antidote, counter-poi-
odtworz!!enie
" reproduciion.
yc, odtwarzac^"
to reproduce.
Odtykac,
vid. odetknac.
odnczyc
"^^
to disaccustom, break
a person of (a custom). *
sif ^f
to divest oneself Cof).
odumllierac , --rzec
"^ to leave
beliind (dying).
odurz'lac, -^yc
""
to benumb ; to
stupify.
-ajacy
"
intoxicating;
narcotic(al).
*enie"
stupefaction;
intoxication.
oduzdne
"
bridle-money,
odwach
",'^ (main) guarde-house.
odwabillac, -c^^
to entice away.
odwa!!ga% courage, heart; nabrac
'gi,
to take heart; dudawac
.gi,
odwodzid 155
to encourage,
.zyc
"^f
to weign
;
risk, venture. .-.
sie^f
to risk,
venture,
-zny
"
courageous
odwalllac, *lic
^7 to roll down,
roll away. [li"g
odwarkuac ^
to answer by grow-
odwarzyc
^'^
to boil thoroughly.
odwdzieczilac, ^yc
^^ "*
sif ^V
to prove thankful; repay, requite.
odwet
'^
requital, retribution;
revenge; prawo
.u,
right of re-
taliation.
*owac ,
to retaliate;
make up for a thing,
odwiazllac, -ywac^^
to unbind,
untie. * *.
sie
^V
to be untied.
odwieczerz
",'
-^e"
afternoon time,
odwieczllnosc *i
everlastingness,
eternity; remote antiquity,
-ny*
everlasting, eternal.
odwiedzliac, -.ic
^^*
to visit, call
upon, pay a visit,
-.iny J'i.,
visit:
pojsc xo
, to make a call.
odwiesc,
vkl. odwodzic.
odwietrzac
"'^
to air, ventilate.
odwieflzc,
vid. odwozic. -vzienie,
vid. odifozenie.
odwilljac, -nac
'"^
to wind off,
unroll, untwist,
-janie, iiiecie"
unwinding.
odwikiac
^? to disentangle, ex-
tricate.
odwilllgnac, --zee
^? to thaw,
become inoist, be humified. *.z
^
thaw,
-^zac, *zyc
^f
to moisten,
wet slightly, damp. -.zanie,
zenie
"
moistening, humecta-
tion.
odwillec, -lekac, -.idczyc
'"?
to
drag away;
(fig.
J delay, put off.
-lekanie, *i6czenie ^ -ioka^,
delay, adjournment, procrasti-
nation; puscic to
.Joke,
to pro-
tract, prolong.
-*.16czny
"
dila-
tory.
Odwlldd"^
retreat; fmil.J body of
reserve; rear-guard,
-.odowy?
of
reserve,
-odzic
'^'^
fkogo od czegoj
to divert from, dissuade from;
Cna airoiiej bring aside; fkurek)
cock.
156 odwodni6 ogadywanie
odwodnillc
""^
to free from water,
drain.
^nie ^
draining.
odwoiilac, *ywac
'^^
to recall
revoke, recant,
--ac sie
kogoj to appeal to, refer to
al-
nosc
*",
revocableness.
*.alny
"
revocable,
^anie ^
recall(ing);
''
sif'Jappeal(ing). ^ujacy
^
revocatory.
adwojizenie^ Odwdz";
transport,
conveyance.
.zic
^"
to transport,
convey.
odwrllacac, -6016
^^ to avert,
turn away; divert, dissuade;
frolf)
plough the first time. m. ^
si
^f
(tylcm do) to turn one's back
(upon)
;
(od czegoj turn away from.
Odwrll6t
^
(mil. J retreat; new-
ploughed field ; trabic na *-
-^, to
sound the retreat'; na -.*., iri-
vertedly; reciprocally,
-.otnie*^^
reversely; vice versa,
-otny
,
that may be turned about; '(mat.)
inverse; oposito, contrary;
-otna,
droga, return ;
*.otlia
strona, back,
reverse.
.*.otOwy
f
of retreat.
odwykllac, -^nac .
to break one-
self of a habit.
odwzajeinii!lic si
"^r
to return,
retaliate.
*.ienie 7
.return, re-
tahation.
odwzorowllac, 'ywac'*'?
to copy,
imitate (artistically).
odymac,
vid. odac.
odyniec
"^/zo.^i boar.
odzatowac
^"
(czegoj not to save,
use profusely; 7u'e modz sip ~, not
to cease reletting.
odzegn!lywac
^"
'ac sig
"^X
to
driv^ off, expel.
odzew
"^
fjurj appeal; calling.
odziac
"^^
to clothe, attire ; cover,
envelop, m.
gig
"^f
to dress, dress
oneself.
odzifbllic
^?
-"ic
solie
rfce etc.,
to have one's limbs frozen.
*.li-
zna^,
chilblain.
odziedziczyc
^f
to inherit,
odziemek/^
stub.
odzielinie
r
'^t \
clothing, clo-
thes pi
*waiiie
'J
clothing, dres-
sing, investing.
Odzierac,
vid. obdzierac. [of.
odzierzyc
^"
to take possession
odziewilac,
via. odziac.
-ek

clothes pi.
odznaliczac, 'Czyc
^f
to mark
out, note out;
(fig.
J distinguish.
-*.
sif'^r
to distinguish oneself.
*czenie
"
distinction.
*.ka ^f
mark of distinction.
odzwierciedlllac, -ic
^f
to reflect
(mirror-like). .*.
si
'^T
to be
reflected.
odzwiemlla ^, portress,
-..y
^
door-keeper, porter.
odzwyczaljac, -.ic
"^f
to disac-
custom, wean. *, .
si^
""T
to
break of a habit.
*,jenie"
disuse.
odzyllc^"
to revive,
-cie 7
revival.
odzyskllac
'"f
to regain, recover,
-'anie
"
recovery.
odzjrwac si,
vid..odezwaS sip.
odzywczy"
reviving.
odzywillac, -^c
^f
to refresh,
comfort. -.
sif ""r
to revive,
'anie
"
comfort, recreation, re-
freshment.
ofertlia*i -^oryum ^
offertory.
ofiarlla
^, sacrifice , victim ; obla-
tion, offering,
-^niczy ^
sacri-
ficer's; ndz -*-, offering -knive.
'llik'^
sacrincer.
-nGSC*',
libe-
rality, generosity.
*ny ^
offe-
ring . . . ^-owac
^f
to sacrifice,
immolate; destine, design; offer.
-o *
sif ^r
to offer oneself, to vo-
lunteer.
*>owanie
"
offer, offe-
ring; offertory; immolation.
oficer ^
officer; <*> marynarki,
naval officer,
-.ski
f
officer's.
-.stwo
"J
officership.
oficyllat
'^ official,
-alista
"?
subordinate official.
.alny.
?
official.
*riia
^, workshop; out-
house.
ofuknac
^? -^
sif *T'
fna kogoJ
to blow up, snub.
ogadllac,
vid.ohgadad,
^ywaiiie
vid. obgadywanie,
*
ogania6
Oga^llliac
^f
to scare away, frigh-
ten away, keep off. <>
ei^
^
fkomuj to defend oneself from,
^ka^,
fly- flap.
Ogar ^
CzoJ hound.
ogarek
"^
stump, end, remnant.
ogarnllac, iac
"^^
to embrace, en-
close
;
comprehend
; (fam.J
clothe,
-ac 8i
^r
to dress.
Ogielln
";
fire;
(fig.)
ardour; da6
ognia, to fire; ognie sztuczne, fire-
works pi.
-*niek
"
small fire.
03:ier ^
stallion.
-owy ?
of
stallion. [polish.
Ogtada ^,
ffigj
good manners,
ogladallc
'^^
to look at , behold
;
see*".
*c si
^V
to look about;
look back;
Cfig.J
rely upon, de-
pend upon,
.nie ^
view.
-*
8i ^
regard, consideration, look-
ing about; looking round.
Ogladzac, vid. oglodzic.
ogiadzljac, -ic
'^?^
to polish,
smooth;
(f.g.)
--
sif ^X
to po-
lish one's manners,
^^enie
"J
po-
lishing.
-*ony ?
refined.
Oglaszali'C,
vid. oglosic.
'llie
?
publication.
oglfdilnosc
^, circumspection.
*ny ?
circumspect.
Oglfdziny i?i.,
examination (of a
dead body).
oglodz'enie ^
starvation.
ii'^^
to starve, let die of hunger.
oglol.sic
^? to make known,
publish; proclaim; (w gazecie)
insert. *.
sif ^f
fcztm) to as-
sume the title of .., --szenie
'I
publication
;
proclamation
;
(w
gazecie) insertion.
ogiuchiiac
^? to become deaf.
ogitipiilaly ^
besotted, startled.
-.6^ to stultify, imbrute.
.ec''?
to lose one's wits,
--enie
"
ma-
king stupid, stultifying.
Ogiuszllajacy"
dinning; deafening,
enie ^
deafening, stunning.
yc
""f
to stun, make senseless.
ogorzed
15'3
small fire; (pielciclny) St An-
thony's fire ;
.k
bUdny, ignis fa-
tuuB. ^.omierz
,
pyrometer^
't'Omistrz
"^ artillery- man, fire*
worker.
*owy
"
fire . .
.
; to*
warzyatwo
^owe,
fire-insurance-
oflfice.
'SCie, Sto
^^ ardently,
fervently
;
(fam.) devilishly.
-sko 7
hearth; (fiz.)
focus;
(fig.)
centre. m, r domoiuty home;
dwelling. -. - obozowe, camp-fire.
<'StOSC
* fieriness
; ffigj
ardency,
impetuosity,
-sty'?
fiery, igneous;
Cfig.J
fervent, ardent,
-otrwaly^?
fire-proof, incombustible.
ogniwllko ^
tinder-box; (small)
link,
-o
"
(lancuchaj link;
(fig.)
boDd, tie.
Og6ill
"^ totality; contents^ j>L;
public; w 'le,
in the main, in
general;
*.tem,
upon the whole.
iowo
"'^ generally, summarily,
-iowy
f
general, summary.
Ogolacac,
via. ogotoci6.
Ogolic'^"
to shave; dad sip ^, to
get shaved.
Og61nl|ie "?
generally, universally,
-ik
'^
empty phrase,
osc
^
universality, generality; tO'^oscl.
in general.
*.y
f
universal, gene-
ral, common.
ogotocllenie
"
denudation, priva-
tion, -vie
^f
to denude, bare,
-^
8i
"^r h
czegoj to deprive
oneselt of. -vony ^
destitute.
Ogon ^
tail; (u suknij train, tail,
-ek
"T
little tail;
fu
oxiocuj stalk;
(u liicia) petiole,
-.iasty
*? long-
tailed,
'iczek
"J
long- tailed tit-
mouse.
*kowaty
^
petiolata
*owy
f
tail .
.
og6r|lczany, *kowy ?
cucumber,
(fig.)
czax
*.kowy,
dead season,
slack time,
-czasty ?
having
the shape of a cucumber,
-.ek
'^
(hot.) cucumber; kiszony
,
pick-
led cucumber.
ogorzllaiosc
*",
sun-burning, sun-
burnt complexion,
-^aiy ^ Cod
HoncaJ sun-burnt,
ec
^'?
to
i58 ograbiac
scorch, burn;
ffigj
piorlca mu
aly,
Ws zeal abated.
Ograbiilac, -"C
^"
to rob, bereave,
-enie "I
robbing, deprivation.
Ograc
^"
to win all the money
from a person (at a game of ha-
zard),
OgradzaC,
vld. ogrodzic.
o&raniczilac,'>'yc'^"
to lirait,bound;
restraint.
~~
si,
to restrict
oneself. *.ajacy ,
restrictive.
*.anie, *enie\'
bordering;
(fig
J
limitation, restriction,
-.ny
"
neighbouring.
*onosc
*",
nar-
rowness, limitedness.
.ony
"
narrow ; narrow spirited.
ogrohlllenie 'J
embankment,
--ic^?
to dam up. [chilliness.
Ograzliac
^? to be in a fever,
--ka
^
Ogr6d
^
garden ; m. owocowy, or-
- chard; . warzywny, kitchen-gar-
den. m,ek
",'
little garden.
Ogrodlla^,
hedging, fence,
^ka^,
mowic bez ogrodki, not to mince
matters.
Ogrodilnictwo ^
horticulture, gar-
dening,
.niczek
^
journeyman
gardener; gardener's apprentice,
'vniczka
*",
(female) ga:cdener;
gardener's wife,
^-niczy, 'lliko-
wy
"
gardener's;
-niczy
noz,
pruning-knife.
*.nik^','
gardener.
'Owinyi>l., -'Owizna
^, greens
pi., herbs pi.
-.owy
f
garden.
ogrodzllenie "J
fencing, enclosure.
*ic
to enclose, fence.
Ogrojec"^
mount of olives; garden.
JOgrom
"^ mass, enormity.
.ny
"
enormous, immense.
Ogrywac,
vid. ograc.
ogryilzc, ^zac
^? to gnaw (round-
about), 'vzek
"^
stump, remnant,
core (of fruit).
ogrzHac, -ewac^"
to heat; warm.
^~
si
'"V
to warm oneself.
oheblowac
'"?
to plane.
oho
*. oho! oh!
<9liydl|a
*",
ignominy, blemish, dis-
grace.
*.nosc*", disgracefulness.
'^ny
"
ignominious,
disgraceful.
okiennica
.zac, -zic
"^^
to render dis^
gusting; disgrace.
OJ
*, wo! woe!
Ojciiiec
'^
father. ^m, chrzestny$
godfather. .>> swi^ty, pope; nast
-owie,
our ancestors.
.ob6jca
-"-obojstwo
^
parricide,
-oboj-
czy
^
parricidal.
-ostwo
father.-5hip, paternity.
-*.owizna^,
patrimony.
-.(Jw, -^owy"
father's,
-OWSkif
fatherly; jw
-~owsku,
like a father.
ojczenasz
"^
the Lord's Prayer.
ojczyllc
"^
legitimate son. .
-.m
"^
step-father.
*.mi
^^ step-fatlier's,^
*.sty
"
natal
,
native; paternal,
-^zna^,
native country.
Oiuczyc,
vid. ohjuczyc.
okadzllac, -'ic
^"
to fumigate,
smoke,
-.enie 'J
fumigation.
Okalac,
vid. okoUc.
okaleczllenie
"J
mutilation,
-.yc^?
to mutilate, wound.
okamgnienille
"J
w
--u,
in a twink*
ling, in a jiflfy.
okap'^ e&vespi.
-,ac, 'ywac'*'?
to bed.rop, sprinkle.
okaplonic
'^f
to capon, castrate.
okara^, two-wheeled waggon.
okarmic
'"'f
to overfeed.
okaz
",'
exhibit; producing, ex-
hibition; specimen, model; mani-
festation
,
demonstration.
^ac,
-ywac
^f
to show, testify, mani-
fest; demonstrate. ,*,
si
^f
to
appear.
*.ale
**? pompously,
magnificently,
.alosc
s
magni-
ficence, ostentation, pomp,
-aiy*?
pompous, magnificent, ostenta-
tious,
-anie, -ywanie
"
ex-
hibition, producing; m. m. przyjazni^
mark of friendship,
'-owy
*?
exhibitional.
-iciel
'^
bearer,
presenter.
okazya
^, occasion, opportunity;
occasion, inducement.
okielznac^? to bridle;
/'fig
Jia.me,
okienliko "I
small window
;
garret-
window;
Cw piSmieJ blank.
*.ni
Ca^,
shutter.
oklad
vKfad ^
(med.J compress, poultice;
okrgt 150
z .ein,
more than.
<ac
to
wrap round, to cover; (damina)
turf; (podatkamij charge, burden.
'ka, -.zina
^, cover, envelope;
fnozaj handle.
oktamllac, -^ywac
^? to deceive
by lies, tell lies.
oklask
'^ applause, approbation.
"iwac
^f
to applaud.
OkleiC
'^?
f
papierem
J
to line (with
pai>er); paste over.
Oklektany,
vid. okUpany.
oklep,
na *
*>
without saddle (to
ride),
-^ac
^?
to shape by bea-
ting,
-.any ^
trite, hackneyed.
okno ^
window; loop-hole, em-
brasure.
Oko
"
eye
;
fw
Tcartach i na Jcost-
kach do graniaj pip, point; fplur.
okaj mesh ; co z oczu, to i z myUi,
out of sight, out of mirfd; nie
spuicii X oka, not to lose sight
of ... ; w moich ^czach, in my view.
Okocic
Sif ^r
Co
orvcachj to cast
iambs, to ewe; to bring forth.
0k6t ^
circumference, circuit;
na , roundabout.
okolillc
'"'^
to environ, surround,
-ca^,
region, environs pi.
Okoliczilnosc
*",
circumstance, con-
dition; occasion;
.noscl
czam,
junctures' of time,
'nosciowy"
occasional,
-ny?
adjacent, con-
tiguous, surrounding;
f
gram.
J
finite.
Ok61nl!ik
"^ circular, circulatory
letter,
^y
?
circulatory, neigh-
bouring.
okoio^^^<fe<*? about; near; na>^,
w *,, roundabout.
Okon,
vid. okun.
okop
"^t
intrenchment, rampart,
-ac, -ywac
^^ to hoe, dig up;
intrench, moat.
<kisko ^
intren-
ched place; Jewish churchyard.
<^]lik ^
sapper, pioner.
-owy
"
fo
roUinachJ cultivated,
okopciliaty, okopcony" "
grimy.
*C
^? to smoke, besmoke.
OJfOsmaciec ^
to become rough,
become shappy.
okowllac,
vid. oku6.
-.y
pL, fet-
ters pL, shackles pi
okowita^,
spirits pL, aqua vitae.
okpillc, -^wac
""^
to overreach,
cheat; dac sip -.6, to be a dupe
to one.
-*sz,
na
-.sz,
for cheating,
-szostwo 1
cheat, fraudulence.
-wacz
'^
sharper, swindler.
okra
^, ochre.
okralldac,
vid. okraic.
.dzenie t
pilfering, robbing.
okrag
'J
fiwiataj globe; circum-
ference; (kola) periphery; dis-
trict,
-.lak
"T
staddle, fir-wood.
'tawo ^
roundishly.
-.iawy
*?
roundish. . rJo
*^? roundly.
'lose
^, roundness, rounding.
-'lutki
?
quite round,
-ty
f
lound; (Tjot.J rotund.
OkrajaC,
vid. okrawac.
Okrakiein
"? astraddle; chodzii
,
to straddle, go straddling.
okraslla
^, bacon, fat, butter
; ffig.J
ornament.
*.ic
,
--zac
^? to
butter, fatten;
ffig.J
season, spice.
okrasc
^? to steal from , to rob.
okrawllac
"^f
to cut round;
Cfig.J
curtail, reduce.
*.ek
shred, chip.
okrazllac, -^-yc
^? to encircle^ sur-
round, to turn encompass
;
fprzy-
ladekj to double; fmil.J
to turn
the enemy's flank.
okrcl|ac, -"ic
^? to wind round
;
turn about, turn round,
"sig^f
to wind round, turn round.
Okrg^
district; ^ wyhorczy, eleC"
toral division or district, owy
^
of a district.
Okrells
"^
limitation
;
period, space
of time; (grain.) period,
alac,
-slic
^^ to limit; circumscribe;
(grara.) define. -'Slajacy
"
de-
terminative,
.slenie'^^
limita-
tion, circumscription; definition,
slny
"
definite.
okret ^
ship, vessel. * wojtnny,
ship of war, man-of-war; - zag^
160 okrgtowy
lowy, sailer, sailing-sMp.
-owy?^
ship's, of a ship; Una
*.owa,
cable.
okrfzne ^
harvest-feast.
okrfznica^*
fbotj hottonia.
okroic,
vid. okrawac.
okrom
^*^ except; without.
okropllnosc
^, terribleness, dread-
fulness,
-.ny
"
terrible, dread-
ful, formidable.
okrostowllaciec
"^^
to be marked
by cutaneous eruption.
-.iaiy
^
full of pimples. [fragment.
okruch
'^
crum , crumb ; morsel,
okrullcienstwo
"J
cruelty; cruel
action,
^-tnica
^, cruel woman,
tnie ^} cruelly,
.tuik
"^
cruel
man, tyrant,
^-tnosc
*",
cruelty,
tny ^
cruel;
(vulg.J huge, enor-
okruszyna^,
mite. [mous.
okrwawic
""f
to blood, stain with
blood.
okryllc, -wac
*"?
to cover, shelter
;
(fig.)
colour
;
palliate. *. /*.
si
'"X
to cover oneself,
-cie^
covering;
clothing; integument,
-^wka
^,
wrapper, shawl.
okrzeplllosc
*",
clottiness.
-.ly
f
clotty,
-i-nac
^'^
to clot.
okrze'sL'ac, ^ywac^^
(drzewo) to
lop; (kamhnj cut;
(fig.)
polish.
^ac si
""r
to polish one's man-
ners,
-^any
"
(fig.J
polished,
okrzos
"^ lop. [civilised.
okrzyczliany
?
praised, celebrated;
ill -reputed,
-.ec
"^f
to extol,
praise (too much) ; decry, defame.
Okrzyk
"^
outcry, clamour, shout;
* radosny, shout of joy; . wi'
watowy , hail.
*.nac (kogo
krolem etc.J to proclaim (a person
king etc.) . .
sif
, vid. ofuknac sip.
Jkseft

hogshead.
oktawa^i
octave.
okulic
^? to garnish, hammer;
(koioj put the tire on .
.;
(zbrod-
niarzaj to manacle, put in irons;
(koniaj to shoe,
cie ^
iron-
covering; garnishment, iron work;
fetters pi.
okudtany
f
ill-combed.
bliwobranie
okularilnik
'J
spectacle -maker;
(zo.J Naja, crowned serpent.
.y
pi., (pair of) spectacles.
okulawiOc
^^ to lame,
-^ec
^^'
to become lame,
okulbaczyc
"^f
to saddle,
okulillsta
'; oculist.
*zacya
%
inoculation.
*.zowac
'^"
to in
okun

(rybaj perch. [oculate.
okup
"^ ransoming; ransom.
<*.ic,
*'ywac
^"
to redeem, ransom;
(fig.J
pay
for.*,nik renter,tenant.
okupacya ^,occupation,occupying.
okurzyc
'^"
to smoke, fumigate;
cover with dust.
okwas "^ (chem.J oxide,
okwiiiecic
^? to flower.
*.t ^
de-
florescense.
*.tac, -^tnac
'^*,*
to
cease blooming, be defloured.
^-tly
f
faded, deflorate.
olbrot
"^
spermaceti.
olbrzym
'^ giant,
-vi
^
gigantic,
colossal, -wka^, giantess,
olchlla,
vicZ. oi5za.
'Owy, vid
oleander
"^ (hot.J rose-bay.
oledry, olendry
pi., colony,
olej
%' oil;
*e
sivi^te, extreme
unction. < Iniany , linseed -oil.
^ ziemny, petroleum, rock-oil;
(fig
J '-' t^ glowie
,
intellect.
-'arnia, --nia^,
oil -mill,
-.ek"?
-ek
rdzany, attar of roses;
/.ek
migdatoivy, almond-oil.
karz
hawker of essences.
-*kowac^?
to smear with oil, to oil.
'kowy'?
oil... 'iiik ^
oil-man.
*.no "?
oilily, in oil.
-ny
"
oil ...
-owaty
"
oleaginous,
^owy
?
oleisty
f
oily, oleous. [of oil.
oligarchlla
"^^
oligarch,
^ia
^,
oligarchy, -^iczny"
oligarchical,
olimpillada
<; Olympiad,
-jski?
Olympian, Olympic,
oliscienie 1
foliage,
oliwlla^,
olive-oil; olive-.tree.
-^ka^
olive,
-kowaty
"
olive-coloured.
^kowy
"
olive-coloured ; olive . .
.
'-ny
"
olive, olive
. . . -obranie

gathering olives.
ol6w
oWw^lead; '*'Oiowiem8paja6,zale-
wa6, to lead,
-ek"
lead-pencil;
black-lead.
*ek
kolorowy , co-
loured crayon, pastel,
-kowy
f
pencil . .
. ;
plumbaginous.
otowiallnka *i
plummet.
.ny
?
leaden; lead -coloured,
-sty
^
plumbeous, lead-coloured.
olowiec
"
antimoniate of lead.
oiownilla
^, lead -works.
*k
^,
plumber.
olsnliic, -iewac^?
to shine forth;
(fig.)
dazzle, blind.
-ienie
"
blinding, dazzlement.
olstro
'J
holster.
olszlia
("bot.J alder,
-owy
f alder . .
.
'yna^,
alder-wood; alder-grove.
-'Vnka
*",
alder-wood; young alder.
Oltarz
"^
altar; xuielki
*,
high-
altar;
("figj
pojsc do
*a,
to get
married,
-owy^
of altar,
-^yk^
little altar; prayer-book.
otysiec*^? to become bald-headed.
Omackiem
"? in groping; idzie .,
he is groping in the dark.
OmaCZaCi
vid. ohmaczac.
omaczyc
^? to sprinkle with meal
or ""flour.
Omal
<*? somewhat.
- nie,
o maio
CO me, nearly, almost; o mato co
nie upa-li, he was very near to fall.
Omam
"'
hallucination.
*,ic
^f
to cheat, deceive,
.ienie 'J
de-
ception; (eiebie samegoj illusion.
Oman
"^
(T)otJ elecampane, inula.
oma!!sta^, fat; grease.
*szczac,
-SCic
^^
to grease.
omawiac
^? to sift, clear up,
discuss.
omdlilato
<*? weakly, feebly,
-a-
losc^, weakness; swoon,
.aiy"
weak, impotent; fainting,
-.ec,
-ewac
^? to faint away ; fall in
a
swoon,
.enie
"
fainting fit,
swoon.
omglic
^f
to dim, darken.
omillatac, --esc
^? to dust,
eciny
pi., sweepings pi.
Omieg
"
Clot. J aconite; leopard's
bane.
Czp^c poUko-angieisha.
opak 161
omifknac
""^
to be mollified.
omieszkac
^^ (czegoj to neglect,
leave undone; fail, miss; nie
omieszkam przyjsc, I shall not fail
to come.
omilljac, -nac
^^ to pass by, pass
over; to avoid, shun.
omtllacac, -6cic
*^"
to thrash out.
-bcenie
"
thrashing (out).
-Lof^
thrashing; thrashed corn,
otny^
productive, rich in corn.
omlet
"i
omelet.
omnibus
"^
omnibus'.
omoczyc
^f
to steep, soak.
ombwiilc,
vid. omaiL'iac.
*enie
"
discussion; periphrase, euphe-
mism.
omsz'lec
"^^
to be covered with
moss; become mouldy.
*.ony f
mossy.
omyc,
vid. ohviyd.
omylilic
''^ to delude. *-
sie^f
to mistake, be mistaken,
-.tka
*",
mistake, error; *-* drukarska,
misprint^ [fallible.
omylilnosc
^, fallibility,
-..ny
?
on, ona, ono
^^ he, she, it; this,
that;
-^.ego
czasu, at that time.
oil
=
o niego.
ouad "p z 'j from that place.
onegdaj
"? the day before yester-
day.
*szy
f
done the day be-
fore yesterday. - dzien, thj
day before yesterday.
ongi ^} fobs.) one day, once.
oniemi!!aiy
"
dumb, mute; fz^
zdziwieniaj dumfounded.
-ec
^l'
to grow dumb or speechless.
onuczka
^, linen flap for wrapping
onyks
"^
onyx. [up feet.
opacliki
'^
abbot's.
*two
"
abbey.
opacznilie
"? wrong, perverslyi
awry,
-n-osc
*",
perversity, -.y
"
wrong, perverse; upside down.
Opad ^
moisture,
-ac,
vid. opaic.
*ajacy ^
neap, sinking,
-.anie
"
sinking; (lisci) fall. .*. z sii,
decaying in strength.
opaiac,
vid. opoid
opak
**? na -,
perversely, awry
162 opakowa6
opakowallc
to pack up. m,.
sie
'
seff.
CfamJ
to cram, stuff one-
'llie V
package, packing up.
opal ^
fmineral.J opal.
Opalll'^
heating, heat; fuel.
*.lac,
lic^*^
to singe roundabout; singe
a little; heat; make brown, tan
(the skin),
-lacz
"^
fire-maker,
fire-man.
-Uc si
^^
to grow
brown (sun-burnt).
-Iny
"
ad-
mitting of being heated. [fan.
opaillacT
f^hozej to fan.
-^ka*",
opalllisadowac
^f
to impale, pali-
sade,
.owac
^f
to surround
with pales.
*owanie
^
paling.
lOpalowy
?^ opaline.
(Opaiowlly ?
fuel . .
.
; drzewo
-^e,
fire-wood, fuel.
opamiftac si
^f
^^ collect oneself
opanowallc ^f
to master, he
master of; befall, attack.
*.nie
"
seizure, taking possession of.
opar

hotness ; hot eating (meat),
opar!!cie ^
support; punkt
*cia,
point of support; centre of mo-
tion,
-.ty ^
leant, supported.
oparkanic^^
to impark, to impale.
oparszywiec
^^ to be infected
with itch.
oparzllac, -yc
"^ ("kuchj to scald
;
burn.
*.yc
sohie
r^kf,
to scald
one's hand,
.yc Sl
^f
to scald
oneself,
-.elisko
^,
morass (never
frozen over),
^-elizna
*",
burnt.
"enie ^
scalding; burn.
opalls ^
mast, fat pasture,
^-sac,
*s6^f
to feed, fatten,
.sac si?
^f
to grow fat.
opasllac, *ywac
^? to gird about,
surround
;
fmilj invest, blockade
;
enclose, encircle,
-ac, si^^fto
gird oneself;
.ac
sif
mi'eczem, to
gird on a sword,
.anie

gir-
ding; waist; fattening.
Opasc
^? to sink; hang down;
fo liidachj fall (off); m, na sUach,
to fail in strength.
Opaska*",
band; lady's belt.
opaskudzic
^f
to soil, dirty.
opasii^O
"p fatly,
^^osc
*",
obese-
opiela^
ness.
-ly
f
obese, fat.
.owy
f
.owe
hydto, cattle to be fattened
;
Opat
'^ abbot
[falling.
opatilrunek
"?
franyj dressing.
*rywac, --rzyc
^f
fw
coj to pro-
vide with, furnish with;
(kogo)
to dress the wounds ;/^ranp; dress;
behold. *-*
8i
^r
/"' CO) to
make provisions of a thing,
-ry-
wanie, -rzenie " ("runyj dressing;
providing.
-..rznosc
*",
("bozqj
Providence;
circumspection,
cau-
-rzny cautious.
si^ to
tiousness.
careful
opchac
^f
to stuff,
cram one's stomach
opdz!!ac, <vic
^f
to scare away;
run around; (potrzehy) to supply.
-* '*'
si
^T
to get rid of, keep off.
opera
^, opera.
operllacya^,
operation (especially
chir.)
;
poddac s-ip
.acyij
to under-
go an operation,
-.acyiny ?
ope-
rative,
-wator
'^
(chir.J operator.
*owac
^"
to operate.
opcretka Voperetta,
Op^tallc
^^ to fetter
;
(fig.
J
entangle,
ensnare; bewitch,
.nie ^ de-
monianism, possession,
^niec,
-"ny
"^
demoniac,
-.ny
^
pos-
sessed.
opillac
^^ to pin round; garnish,
^Dount.
-w^cie
^
garnishment.
opiat
'^
soporific, narcotic.
opic si
^r
to drink one's fill.
opich
",'
(lot.) parsley.
opiellc, 'kac
^f
to roast rouna
about.
^
[-nie
"
sealing.
opieczftowallc
^^ to seal, seal up.
opiekJIa
*",
protection, defence;
guardianship.
*.owac sie
^f
to
patronize; protect,
.tin
T
guar-
dian; protector, patron,
*unczy^
tutelary; relating to a guardian;
duch m, -, tutelary genius. <titj-
ka
^1 guardian
;
patroness, pro-
tectress.
'Tinski
f
guardian's,
-linstwo
"
guardianship;
pa-
tronage.
opielac
^? to weed.
opie6ka
opienka^,
agaric.
opieprzyc
^"
to pepper.
OpierallC,
vid, oprzec i opraS.
>*t
si^
^r
to lean,
-nie si ^
reluc-
tance, opposition.
opierzllac, -^yc
^^ to feather. ^
.
si
^r
to get fledged,
-ony
f
feathery.
opieszaljle
"? negligently, care-
lessly.
-*iosc
*",
negligence, re-
missness,
-iyf
negligent,careless.
opietllo
^^ tightly,
-y ^
tight-
fltfing. [to sing; purport.
opiewac ^ff
to celebrate in song,
apitljac sie,
vid. opic si^.
-.janie
8i
"
druhkeness.
-lec

drun-
kard.
'Istwo
"
drunkenness,
ly ^
drunken, tipsy.
opililki
pL, filings pL, file -dust,
owac
^? to file at, furbish up.
Opinac,
vid. opiac.
opinia^,
opinion; public opinion.
opis
"^
*aiiie, -ywanie
"
descrip-
tion
;
nie do ~ a7iia, indescribable.
'ac. *y^ac
^^ to describe, cir-
cumscribe,
owo ^^ descriptive-
ly,
--owy ^
descriptive,
.ujacy^
describing, painting; geometrya
-vujaca, descriptive geometry.
oplnm
"
opium.
optacliac, -ic
^'"
to pay. .*
sie'^r
to buy oneself off, to ransom
;
nie ! si?,
it is not worth while,
anie
7
payment,
optakllanie ^? lamentingly,
de-
plorably,
-.any ^ deplorable,
iwac
^^ to weep for, deplore,
bemoan.
optata^, fee; tax, custom.
oplatac^?^
to plait round, wreath,
nka^, wicker-bottle.
oplatac
^?
Cfig.J
to immesh, en-
optatek
"^ wafer. [tangle.
opleilsc,
vid. opiatai.
ciony
f
plaited round.
oplesnillaiosc*", m6uldines8.*aly^
mouldy,
-ec*^'^
to become mouldy.
opWkllac, -iwac
^? to rinse.
opionaC
^?
Co gniewiej to pass
away."
oprawa 163
optotek
^'
hedge, fence.
optowijialy"
fallow, pale.
*.ec^^
to spoil by turning fallow.
opluc
^f
to spit on.
Ophicna^,
^med.; pleura; zapalenie
optucnej, pleurisy.
opiyllnac, *wac^f
to swim aoout;
sail about.
opty^ac
^^-
fw CO) to abound in
or w. h.
opoczysty
"
rocky, full of rock.
opodal ^
at some distance.
opodatkowallc
"^f
to impose a
duty, tax,
-.nie ^
taxation.
opodeldok
i; opodeldoc.
op||6j
"
tippler, drunkard,
-oic^?
to inebriate.
opoka^
rock.
opona*",
curtain; veil, covering;
upper-garment; . welniana,^\a.\A.
oponcza
^, rain-cloak, water- proof.
oponowac
^?f
to oppose; oppose
oneself.
op6r
'^
resistance; opposition,
contradiction; ii6 oporem^ not
to come oflf.
opornllosc
^, resistibility.
.y
?
resistible ; resistant,
oportTinillstyczny ^
opportunist,
.zm

opportunism.
oporzadzllac , -ic
^^ Ckogoj to
equip ; repair, restore.
sif ^f
to be equipped.
*eiiie
equip-
ment.
opowilladac, -vedziec
^^ to nar-
rate; tale, relate; (lowo BozeJ
preach; announce.
sif "'^f
to beg leave.
*adaC2
"^
relator,
narrator,
^-adanie
"
narration,
narrative.
*edz ^ edzenie
sif
"
announcement,
-.esc *i
story, tale.
op6znii|ac, c ^f
to retard, make
late. *-
sif ^r
to be late,
-eilie
"
retardment, retardation.
opozycylla',
opposition; opposite
party,
jny ^
oppositional.
oprallc
'"f
to wash the linen of a
person,
nie
"
washing.
oprawila
', (olrazu etc.j frame;
fhsi^zkij binding;
CfuzyiJ stock.
164
oprawia6
'k'iaCf --ic
*"?
fksiaz^j to bind;
fohraz) frame; (ptrly etc.) en-
chase
,
(ryJjf
etc.) dress, prepare,
-ny ^
bound; enchased.
Oprawca
'^
headsman
;
catchpoll.
opr6chniec
^^ to become rotten.
opr6cz
^r^
except, but. fego,
moreover, besides.
opromienillc
""f
to beam round,
irradiate, surround with beams.
^eilie ^
irradiation.
Oprosic si?
^''
to farrow, to pig.
oprowadzllac, --ic^"
to lead about.
oprysllkac, --nac
'"^
to splash,
sprinkle.
oprysklillwosc
*",
(f-gJ
efferves-
cence, choleric temper.
<^wy
^
(f.g.)
effervescent, choleric.
opryszek

brigand.
oprzasc
"^^
to spin round.
Oprzec^^
to lean upon; support,
prop; ^wa czem^ ground,
.si?^''
to lean upon; (na czemj rest
upon; fT-omuJ resist a person.
oprzykrzyc
'"?
*< sohie co, to be
disgusted with, be tired of.
oprzytomniec
^V
to recover one's
senses.
optyllcznie
^ optically,
-.czny
?
optic(al);
*czne
zludzenie, optical
illusion, -rk
'^ optician,
-.ka^,
optics pi.
optymillsta
^, optimist.
*zm
"^
optimism.
opnchlliy
"
swollen; dropsical,
nac ,
to swell, swell up; be-
conae dropsical.
opnchlllina <i
--iosc
^, oedema,
-linowy ^
dropsical,
-iii^cie,
nienie "J
swelling, inflation,
dropsicalness.
opullscic, -szczac
"^'^
to omit,
leave out; let down, lower;
fz
cenyj to abate
;
(kogoj abandon,
leave in the lurch
;
(giowfj to hang
down
; ff-g.)
-' rpce, to lie upon
one's ears. *. -
sif ^f
to neglect
onttself;
szczenie
"J
leaving,
abandonment; dereliction; omis-
sioo.
Orkisz
opustoszHaiosc
^, desertedness.
-aty
f
desert.
,yc
'^^
to de-
vastate, lay waste.
**yciel ^
de-
vastator.
opychac,
vid. opchaS.
orallc
^? to plough,
-cz "^ plougherj
ploughman,
-.nie ^
tillage.
oranzerya
^, orangery, green-
house, [torio.
cratorynm ^
oratory
;
(muz.) ora-
oraz
f
at once, together.
orczyk
'^
whipple-tree.
ordellr
'^ (badge .of an) order,
rowy
f
of an order; decorated
(with an order)
;
pan m. -, knight
of an order,
-rzyk'^
insignificant
order.
ordynacya
^, majorat;
(int.) re-
gulation, by-law; . cztladna, re-
gulation for servants.
ordynans
"^
order, command;
(mil.) orderly.
ordynarllny ?
mean,
^.ya
^, al-
lowance, emolument,
yjny
^
common, customary.
-*yusz
"
professor in ordinary; head-
master of a class.
ordynat

possessor of a majorat.
ordzewiec
^? to grow rusty.
oredowllac
^f
(za kimj to inter-
cede in favour of a person.
*nik^
-^niczka^, intercessor.
orz
'^
arm, weapon.
armed,
organ

organ.
ganicalness.
-^iczny
ny
icznosc \
or-
a
'iscma --ista
organic,
organist,
'izm'^ 'inistrz'^ organ-builder,
organism.
organizllacya
-acyiny
f
organising,
-.ator
"^
organiser,
-.owac
""f
to organise.
"^
si
"^r
to be organised, or-
ganise,
-vowanie ^
organisation.
Organliki
pi., barrel-organ, melo-
deon. -.y
pi., (muz.) organ.
orgie
pi; orgies pi.
orka^,
tillage. [orchestral.
orkiestra
^, orchestra.
-Iny
f
orkisz
*; (bot.) spelt.
orle
orllle ^
Corn.) eaglet,
--i ^
aqui-
line, eagle . .
.
; eagle-like.
*.ica
^,
feinule eagle,
-ik'^
eaglet; (hot.)
female fern.
ornament,a pl.^ ornaments pi.
-owy
"
ornamental.
ornat

pontificals pi.
omitolog
'^
ornithologist.
-via*i
ornithology.
orny
"
arable, ploughable.
orosilic
^'^
to bedew.
*,ec
'^^
to
be bedewed.
orszada*",
orgeat.
orszak

attendance, retinjie.
ortodoksya \
orthodoxy.
ortografil.a %
orthography,
-cznyf
orthographical.
ortopedyi a
*",
orthopaedy,
-.czny^
orthopaedic.
forlental.
oryental;iista"
orientalist,
-.ny?
oryffinaili
",'
original; (osoha)
character.
^-Inosc^,
originality.
'Iny
"
original.
Oryl
'^
raftsman.
orzech
^J
nut-tree; nut;
(fig.)
^
twardy
,
hard task ; jedwabny.
cocoon ; < laskowy, nut ; ^ tvtoskif
walnut; . ziemny, earth-nut, ar-
not.
'Owka ^,
fom.J
nut-qracker
;
nut-brandy,
-^owy^ nut-brown;
nutty; walnut.
orzeczenie
"
(gram.) predicate.
orzet
'^ Corn.) eagle; C^oibo-wka)
kite.
orzeszyna ^, nut-tree; wood of
nut-trees.
[freshen.
orzezwillac, *c
^? to refresh; to
orznac^" Cvulg.) to cudgel ; cheat^
fleece a person (of his money).
OS ^, axle; (mat.) axis.
Osa*i
wasp.
Osaczllenie
"
investment, blockade,
-yc
^^ to invest, blockade;
surround.
[pi.
Osad"^
sediment, lees pZ., grounds
OSa'da^,
colony; garrison; (noza)
handle; (atrzelly) stock
;
(armaiy)
carriage,
-dnik
"J
settler, colo-
nist,
-.dowic sie
'T
to take up
one's abode,
.dzac ,
-'dzic
^?
osiedziei 165
Cdrzewami etc.) to plant; Cdyament
etc.) to enchase; occupy; fnuzj to
furnish with a handle; (strtelh^)
to stock ; to fix, plant upon ; co-
lonise
;
- -* 7m ironie, raise to the
throne, enthrone
;
^m, lo wifzieniu,
to imprison, incarcerate.
Osadzi:enie *
sentence, condem-
nation,
-ic
^'"
to condemn,
sentence.
osamotnillc
^? to isolate.
*enie
^
louesomeness.
*ony
',*
lonesomOc
OSC*", fish-bone; thorn, prickle;
fishgig.
oschljiosc ^,^
aridity,
^ly
f
arid,
dry.
-^nac,
^r
^0 ^^y up, grow
OSCien "IJ
goad. [dry.
oscienny^
neighbouring, adjacent
OSCiez, Cdizwi) otwarte na
-,
quite open.
oscisty
"
full offish-bones; thor-
ny, prickly.
OSf
k
"^
^-a
^, crooked timber, com-
pass-timber; grapple.
oseika^,
whetstone.
dsemka^,
the eighth.
OSfpillaiosc *i
sadness, mournful-
uess.
aiy
"
sad, mournful.
'CC
to become sad.
0SerC6,
vid. osierdzie.
osesek ^
suckling baby.
oset
",'
(bot.J thistle.
osiadljac,
vid. osiasc.
-iosc
',
property; population; domicile,
iy
f
settled, domiciliated; po-
pulous.
osiagnac
^f
to reach, attain, gain.
osiak!!ac, --n^c
^T
to drip, trick
U
down.
osiasc
^V"
to settle, establish one-
self;
Co
plynach) sink, settle;
Co
hudynkach) sink, go down;
Cf>
okrpcie) run ashore, strand,
osillca,
vid. osika.
-.czyna
*i
aspen
wood.
osidlic
^? to imraesh, ensnsfTe.
osielic, 'kao
^"
to cut, hew;
scourge, horse-whip,
osiec^
hop-kiln. [ground.
osiedziec sie
^f
to keep one's
16G osiedla6
3siedl||ac, ic
^*
to colonise. *, .
si
^r
to establish oneself, settle.
<enie^
settlement, colonisation.
OSifgllac,
-nac,
vld. osiagnaS.
Osiek
'^ sprawajak w
."a,
strange
judicial decision.
osiedziec sie
^r
to keep one's
ground, hold one's own.
Osiel
'^
ass, donkey;
(fig
J ass,
dolt,
-ek
"y little donkey.
osiem,
fnumj eight,
-dziesiat
(num.) eighty. -
*'y ?
the eigh-
tieth,
'kroc *? eight times,
-nascie
(num.) eighteen.
osierdzie ^
pericardium; pluck.
Osierocillaty
f
orphan, fatherless
and motherless,
^c^"
to orphan,
ec
^? to become an orphan.
osillka, *na \
asp, aspen. -,kowy,
*'nowy
'f
aspen.
osiodiac
^f
to saddle.
OSiol,
vid. osiei.
oaiwillatyf
gray-headed,
-ed^"
to become gray(-headed).
oskard
^
pick-axe.
oskarzllac, -'yc^?
to accuse, im-
peach,
'^enie ^
accusation, im-
peachment
*.ony ^
accused, de-
fendant
.yciel

accuser, im-
peacher.
^.ycielka*",
accuseress.
Osklepic
"^f
to vault over.
oskoczyc
^? to skip or leap around.
Oskol:a^,
(drzewj sap.
oskoma
<",
appetite, great desire;
blunting (of teeth).
oskrobilac
^? to scrape off, shave
otf.
*iny
J??.,
shavings pi.
oskrzela
pi. Co^natJ bronchia pi.
oskrzydlic
^^ Cmil.J to outflank,
outwiog.
[(figJ
fleece.
oskubilac, --ywac
^? to pluck;
08l:a,
vid. oseika.
oslablliac, -ic
^? to weaken, de-
bilitate, enfeeble.
>ianie ^
wea-
kening, enfeeblement.
-ienie
^
(medj inanition of body; weak-
ness, heaviness,
-lony
"
en-
feebled, weakly.
.iia6 ^
to
grow weakly.
Osladzac,
vid. oalodzic.
oSmioscian
Osll!aJ:
'J
young ass.
-.arz
'^
ass-
driver.
,^ ^
ass's foal.
Oslaniac,
vid. oslonic.
ostawillac, <*c
^"
to defame, decry,
-anie ^
defamation.
Oslep,
na m. blindly; at random.
-iac, 'ic^,
to blind, make blind;
(fig.
J delude, blind, -^ienie ^
blinding;
(fig.
J blindness, infa-
tuation.
*nac
^?
to grow blind.
OSli
f
ass's.
*ca
^, she-ass, jenny-
ass.
*sko \
big ugly ass;
(fig.)
oslinic^? to beslaver, [ass, dolt
oslizllty ^
slippery, -.nac
'^V'
to
become slippery;
.lo,
"there is
a glazed frost, m. .
si ^X
to
get musty; slip, lose one's footing.
osiollda \ softening, alleviation,
-^dzenie ^
sweetening,
dzic
^?
to sweeten;
(fig.)
soften.
oslonlla
^, veil, cover,
-.ic
"^f
to
mantle, cover over, veil. [tate.
OStuchiwac
^^ (medJ to auscul-
oshipi||aiosc*",stupefaction.*alyf
startled , dumbfounded,
-ec .
to get numbed, istartled.
*.enie ^
osm,
vid. osiem. [stupor.
osmagac
"^f
to scourge, horse-
OSmalic,
vid. osmotic. [whip.
osmarowac
^? to soil, besmear.
osmaiyc
^"
to broil; (w cukrze)
sugar.
osmdzieslliaMww.,
eighty,
^iatyf
eightieth,
'"'iecioletni ?
eighty
years old; of eighty years; octo-
genarian.
osmielilac, *ic
'^^
to make bold,
encourage. *<.
sie
'^f
to dare,
enie
"
encouragement.
osmieszllac, -"yc
^'?
to ridicule.
6smiO!;boczny
"
octahedral, oc-
tangular,
.bok, 'kat
"y
octagon.
-kataiy ^
octagonal,
-letni
f
eight years old, of eight years,
^miesieczny ?
eight months old;
occurring every eight months.
--raki ^
eightfold
;
of eight diffe-
rent sorts,
-rako ? eightfold.
-ro 1
eight
*sciaa
"^
octa*
hedroa.
nmkro6
ofimkrollc
*>
eight times,
-tny"
dono or repeated eight times.
osmnallscie
"
eighteen,
--sty
?
ei;;teenth.
Osmolic
^? to pitch, soil.
Osmset.nuTn.,
eight hundred-^-ny^
eight hundredth.
osmnzyc
^^ (zajaca) to skin, flay.
6smy ,
eighth.
osmykac
"^^^
(z Uhi) to strip off
(the leaves of...)
osniezyc
'"f
to cover with snow.
osnik
'^ carving-knife.
Osnowa
*",
contents, tenor; flkacka)
weft; (zyciaj thread. .
^c, OS-
nuc
^^'
to spin round; (krosnaj
warp;
(f.g.)
project, contrive.
jsny ^
axle . .
.
osoblla^,
person; personage,
^is-
cie
"-^ in person
,
personally,
-istosc
*",
personality, person,
isty
"
personal.
Osobklla
^, small person, figure.
*.i pl.y dainty bits, tit-bits.
OSObliwHie
<^? particularly, espe-
cially,
-osc^
strangeness, sin-
gularity, particularity; rarity,
-szy, -^y
"
strange, peculiar,
extraordinary,
^.y ^
strange,
singular, odd; special, especial.
OBObllnik ^
individual.
*-no ^}
separately; z *na,especially.
-^ny"
isolated, separate.
-OWOSC*",
in-
dividuality,
-owy
"
personal.
OSOlic
^"
to salt, pickle.
OSOwillatosc
^, dejection, sadness,
'caly ^* dejected, sad.
.e6
"^7^
to become dejected, sad.
OSpa^,
pock, small-pox; wieirzna
-, wind-pox.
.OSpa!|le p lazily, drowsily,
-vlec'^
drowsy fellow ; bed-presser, lazy-
bones,
.lose
*",
IstwO ^
drow-
siness, laziness,
-ty
"
drowsy,
sleepy; lazy.
ospowaty
"
pitted or marked
with the smnll-pox. [core.
osrodllsk
";
--ka^,
crumb; Cowocu)
osromocic
^^ to dishonour, dis-
grace.
ostry 167
osronillc
^f
to cover with hoar-
to get covered frost. '60
with hoar-frost.
ostac si
^r
to hold one's own,
keep one's ground ; remain.
ostatecznilie
"^? definitively, final-
ly; for the last time,
-osc
^,
extremity, extreme,
-.y ^
defi-
nitive, final; extreme; sad ry^
doomsday.
OStatllek"^
rest, remainder; nam.*.,
finally; do
-.ka,
to the last,
'']sipl., remnant, residue ; carni-
val, [extreme.
ostatni
"
last; ultimate, final;
OStawac
sif,
vid. ostac
sif.
ostentacya
^, ostentatiousness.
osteologia
^ osteology.
ostep
"^
hunting-ground; enclo-
sure, [hour.
ostoja^,
landing place, small har-
OStollkrzew
"^ holly, holly- tree,
-^waty
"
acanthaceous.
-wy
?
thistle . . .
ostro
^? sharply; severely, rigo-
rously; harshly, roughly,
-kat'^
oxygon. *r*,iiy?oxygonal. 'vk6t'^
palisade,
-krag
^
(mat.J cone.
-"'Owy, -'kregowy ^
conical.
^kTZew"^
^&o^> acanthus.
*-pysk
fzo.J
shrew-mouse
;
(ryhaj sword-
fish,
.siup
^y pyramid,
-.sc^,
sharpness, keenness; acuteness;
(smaku) pungency; roughness.
^Widz
i;
Czo.J
lynx.
0Str6g
"
stronghold, citadel.
OStrOga^,
spur; hind-claw; apiac
-mi
fkcniajy to set spurs to, to
spur (a horse). [river.
0Str6w
"^
ait, small island in a
0Str6zka*", fbotj larkspur.
ostrozllnosc
*",
precaution, cau=
tiousness; miec sip Tia
nOSCi,
to
take heed, -vny
^
precautious,
cautious.
ostmflgac
^f
Cowoc) to pare, peel,
zyny
pi-, shavings pi.
OStiy
f
sharp, keen; acute; (o
smaku, zapachuj pungent, acrid*,
168'
ostryga
(fig.) severe, rigorous;
fo
wietrzej
piercing, rough.
ostryga*,
oyster.
OEtryz
'?
(botj turmeric.
OStrze
"
fnoza etc.J edge.
OStrzelldz, -^gac
'"^
to warn, ad-
monish,
-vgacz

admonisher.
zenie ^
admonition, warning.
OStrzelac
'"? (konia) to accustom
to fire,
*.8i^
"^r
(^
czemj to ac-
custom oneself to . . .
ostrzen
'^ (lot.) dog's-tongue.
ostrzyc
"^^
to shari)en, whet.
ostrzyca^,
reed-grass.
ostrzylldz, -^gac^"
to shave, shear.
'Zenie
"
shearing.
*,zki
pi.,
chippings pi., chips pi.
ostudzl'ac, -ic
^'"
to cool, cool
down.
OStyglliosc
*",
coolness;
(fig.)
in-
difference.
.\y ^
cool
; (fiy.)
in-
different,
.nac, 'ac^?
to grow
cool;
(fig.)
ab'ate;
-a
w zapale,
his zeal abates.
osulinac sif
, -wwac
sif ""f,
to fall
in, sink, go down,
-^-niecie si
"
(ziemij rolling down.
OSUSZilac, *yc
'^'f
to dry; (iaki)
drain,
-^alnyf
drainable.
-enie'J
drying, (tak) drainage. [ma.
OSUtka
*",
rash, eruption, exanthe-
OSwajac,
vid. oswoi6.
oswiadllczac, -czyc^'?
to declare,
make known. . .
sie
"^
(z czem)
offer, offering.
sie
to de-
clare one's love
;
(z czem) to offer.
<*czenie ^
declaration.
OSwiata^,
civilisation, culture.
Oswiec'lac, ^ic
*^^
to illuminate;
(fig.)^
enlighten, instruct.
~anie,
-enie
"
illumination;
(fig.)
in-
struction, enlightenment.
'Ony'^
civilised, enlightened ; Jasuie *
*,
Most Serene.
oswietlenie
"
lighting, illumina-
tion
;
*. gazowe, gas-lighting.
oswobiladzac, ^odzic
^"
to free,
deliver, affranchise. -. -
si
"^f
to be freed, be delivered,
-o-
dzeuie
"
affrancbisemeat, delive-
oszuka6 sig
ranee,
-odziciel ^
liberator,
deliverer.
oswollic
'^'?
to tame, domesticate
;
accustom. -*-
sif ^f
to fami-
liarise oneself,
-jony"
(z czem)
intimate, familiar with. [up.
osychac
^?
to grow dry, to dry
osypllac
'"^
to strew, powder,
sprinkle,
-..ka^,
food for cattle,
mash, bran.
oszacowaljc
^"
to estimate, tax.
*liie "J
estimation, valuation.
oszalllaiy ^
mad.
-.ec
^"'
to be-
come mad.
oszancowallc
"^^
to entrench, for-
tify,
-nie "J
circumvallation.
oszarllgac
"^ to dirty all round,
"-paniec,
^'id. ohszarpaniec
oszczac
'^'^
to piss upon.
OSZCZelidnosc
^, sparingness, thrif-
tiness;
-.dnosci jp^.,
savings pZ.
"dny
f
sparing, saving, thrifty,
-^-dzac, 'dzic
'^f
to save, spare,
be economical with; > komu
trudu, to save a person trouble.
oszczekilac, -'iwac
^f
to bark at
;
(fig.)
calumniate, slander.
oszczenic
sif ^T
to bring forth
young.
oszczep
"^ spear, pike.
OSZCzerlIca
^, calumniator, defa-
mer.
--stwo V
calumniation, de-
famation,
*.czy
"
calumnious,
slanderous.
oszkalowac
^^ to defame, ca-
lumniate.
Oszkaradzllic
^''?
to deform, dis-
figure.
*enie ?
disfigurement,
oszklic
^'"
to glaze.
OSZnurOwac,
vid. ob$znurowa6.
oszoiomliic
^?^
to cheat, take in.
--ienie
"
cheatery.
oszpeiicac, cic
^"
to deform,
disfigure,
-^ceilie
"
disfiguration,
deformation,
-tniec
^^^
to be-
come ugly.
OSZronic,
vid. osronic. [rail in.
osztachetowac
^^ to fence in,
oszii'lkac
^'"
to cheat, deceive,
"kac sig
'^r
to be mistaken.
oszukaniec
*kaniec ^
swindler, deceiver,
impostor, -kanstwo ^
fraudu-
lence, imposture,
st^ -stka^i
sharper, deceiver.
-stWO
"
cheat,
fraud, deception,
oszwabic^"
to overreach, cheat.
Ot,
vid. oto.
Otaczac,
vid. otoczyc.
Otaflowac^^
to board, wainscot,
otajac
^r
to thaw.
otaKSOwac^?
to estimate, value,
otarcie 1
wiping oS. -
sif
o
wielki iwiat, intercourse with
fashionable men.
Otawa
*",
after-grass , after-math.
OtcMan*",
abyss; precipice.
Otlui'C, -^kac
"^'
(Un efc.; to stamp
off, to husk by stamping,
ottullscic, -"Szczac
^f
to grease,
fatten,
-.sciec^'^
to become fat.
Oto
*
behold! look!
OtOCZiieniel
surrounding; objects
or persons surrounding one.
-yc
to surround, environ
invest. m,m,
si
'"^
to be sur-
rounded.
Otok
'^
matter, pus. [couch.
otomaElla, -ka^,
kind of low sofa,
Ot6z,
fid. oto.
otrllabic, -bowac'"?
to divulge,
blaze abroad.
otrfbowiatliosc
^, scurfiness. .y
?
scurfy, scably.
otreby
pi., bran, pollard, [leprous,
otrfdowaciec
*^? to become
Otr^twialy,
vid. odrptwialy.
otrociny
pi., saw-dust,
otrullc
^? to poison,
ty
?
poi-
sened.
.cie
"5 poisoning,
otrzaskac*^"
to accustom to crack
or to fire.
otrzasliac, -nac
^^ to shake off,
cast" off.
*.n4c si
^f C^
czegoj
to shake off; get rid off . . .
Otrzec
^"
to wipe (dry), wipe off.
-sif ^r
to civilise,
otrzepllac, -ywac
^? to dust,
beat the dust off.
Otrzewna*",
(anat.J peritoneum.
Otrzezwi!,'c
^7 to make sober;
6wcze8ny 169
comfort, refresh,
-ec^?
to De-
come sober,
'^enie ^
making
sober; recreation, refreshment.
otrzym!!ac, -.ywac
'"^
to get, ob-
tain, receive.
<*ywac 8i
"^f
to
be obtained,
.anie
7
getting, ob-
tainment.
Otucha
*",
courage, confidence,
trust; dodawac oiuchy , to en-
courage.
otulllac, 'ic
'^f
to tuck round,
cover closely.
otninanic
^"
ffam.j to humbug,
throw dust into a person's eye.
otwarlicie ^
opening.
*cid
p
sincerely, frankly.
-tOSC
*",
open-
ness; frankness, candidness.
ty'?
open; sincere, frank;
(fig
J
.ta
gtowa, clever man.
otwardnac
^? to harden.
otwilierac, -orzyc
^? to open;
CliatJ unseal. -..*.
sie
^f
t<^ be
opened, open; -. sobie droge,
to force one's way.
-ieracz
,
opener.
,6r
aperture, opening;
hole; stanac
-orein,
to open.
*o-
rzenie ^
opening, beginning.
Otylliosc
^, corpulency, obesity,
fatness,
ly
"
corpulent, obese.
otynkowac
'^^
to rough-cast.
Ouzdac
""f
to bridle
6w, owa, owo
P'^
that ;
that one.
owad
'^ insect. *ek "J
small
insect, -ozerny ^
insectivorous.
owad
"-^ i 2<nd ni z -,
without
reason, as bold as brass.
Owak
"'^
in some other way. -i
?
another, of another kind.
owal
"^ oval. *nie
?
ovally.
-.nosc^,
ovalness. -ny ?
ovalj
ovaliform.
owca^i
sheep.
owczllarek
"; shepherd's
boy^
amia
*",
sheep-fold, -amy
,
relating or
belonging to the sheep-
fold, -arski^
shepherd's, arz'^
shepherd, -y^
sheep's;
sheepish.
6wczesiiy
"
then, at that time,
of those
times.
170 owdowiai^os6
owdowillalosc
^, widowhood,
-aty
"
widowed,
-c
^^ to wi-
dow, -^ec
^f
to become widow
or widower.
owdzie
"? there, yonder.
OWdy
^? through that place;
owiilac, 'BWac
^? to blow round,
fan. [katkin.
owieczka
^, lamb, lamb-kin
;
(hot.)
owies ^
oat, oatsi>l. ek ^
oat;
(zo.) smelt.'
owiljac, -nac
'^^
to, cover over,
wrap up, enwrap.
owionac,
vid. owiaS.
owtadnac
""^
to become master
of, master, rule over.
OWOC ^
fruit.
*.arka^,
fruit-wo-
man.
*.nik

fruiterer, fruit-
seller.
.ny, *odajny, 'owy ^,
fruit-bearing.fructiverous; fruit...;
.OWy
ogrud, orchard.
OWOCZesny,
vid. dwczesny.
Ow6z
<*? now ; well? why, then
...;
m, jestem, here I a.m.
owrzodzllenie 7
ulceration,
--ialy^
abscessed.
owsijlanka
*",
groats pi:, grits pi.
-any
"
oaten;
'ana
maka,
oat-meal.
-*.k
'^
fbotj oat-grass.
-sko 7
oat-field.
Owszem
<*p on the contrary; no
doubt ! i ~, be it so
!
Ozanka^, fhotj germander.
OzdabiaC.
vid. ozdohic.
ozdoblla \
ornament, decoration
;
ffig-J
grace,
-.ic
'"'^
to adorn,
decorate.
Menie 'J
adorning,
adornment,
-nosc
^, elegance,
neatness, ornament,
-.ny
*? ele-
gant, neat.
ozdrowiilc
^^ to cure, restore to
health,
-ec
^? to get well, re-
cover health,
.enie 7
recovery,
OzenJIek
"7 marriage,
.ic
^'^^
to
marry, to give in marriage, - -.
sie
^r
to marry,
-^ienie
"J
mar-
rying, marriage,
oziebllic
'^^
to cool, cool down,
ieiile 1
cooling,
.le p coolly.
pacierzowy
indifferently.
-.Jose
^, coolness,
indifference, apathy,
,}y*J^
cool,
indifferent, wanting affection,
-nac
^V'
to grow cold, cool down.
Ozieienic
^f
to cover with ver-
dure,
ozimllina
^, winter -corn,
-y
J
fo zhoiuj winter ..
.
ozionac
"^f
to breathe upon.
oziocic
^^ to gild.
Oznacz!!ac, -^yc
^^ to mark; de-
note, indicate; point out.
-.enieT
mark, designation.
oznajm!|iac, 'ic, -owac
^f
to
announce, give notice, notify,
advertise.
--iciel
"^
informer,
announcer.
*ienie
"!? informa-
tion, intimation; declaration,
-ujacy
?
(gram.J tryb
, indi-
cative mood.
oznaka^,
sign, symptom.
Oz6g
"^ poker, oven-rake.
Oz6r
'^tongue, neat's tongue.
czrebic si
^f
to foal.
Ozwac si,
vid. odezwac sip.
ozyljc ^f
to revive,
.wczy
^
vivifying , enlivening,
-sWiac,
--wic
'^f
to animate, enliven,
refresh,
-vwianie,. --wienie
7
animation, revival; refreshing.
pach
^7 (zwitrzat) smell, sense o!
s^melling.
pacha*",
arm-pit.
pachciarz ^
cow-keeper,
pachnllac
^^ to smell, smell sweet,
-acy
"
sweet-scented, fragrant.
--idlo
^
perfumery, perfume,
pachollle "J
lad, boy
;
page, esquire.
-^lecy ?
boyish,
-^lek ^
lad;
baggage-boy, servant ; boot-jack,
pacht
"",'
lease of cattle; dairy-
rental,
[wy
"
of groin,
pachwillna^,
^ana<.; groin.
.no-
pacillerz ^
the Lord's prayer;
back- bone, spine,
-erzowy
t
paciorek
spinal; belonging to the Lord's
prayer; kosc
*.erzowa,
baclc-bone,
spiue.
.orek
"
short prayer.
*orka*",
bead, glass-pearl,
-orki
pi., rosary, chaplet of beads.
pacnac "^ to give a blow.
pacyent
,
patient,
.ka
*",
(female)
patient.
pacyfikacya
*",
pacification.
pacz
",'
punch.
paczek
'^
leaf-bud; pan-cake.
paczes
*",
tow , hards pi.
^ny
"
made of tow.
paczka
*",
small parcel^ packet.
pacznla^,
patchouly.
paczyc sie
^'l'
(o drzewiej to warp.
padalJC
^V'
''deszcz
,
it rains
;
grad
*,
it hails; snieg -*, it snows.
padac,
vid. pasc.
padallc Bi
^r
to chap,
-czka
;
epilepsy, falling-sickness.
padalilczy
"
adder's, viperine.
*ec
"'
blind-worm; adder, viper.
padjlina^, to"
carcass, canion.
padot
'^
dingle, dell; ptaczu,
vale of tears.
padz^, honey-dew.
paf
*
puff!
paginowac
'"^
to page.
pagoda*", pagod, pagoda.
pagorliek"'
hill, hillock.
*kowa-
tosc *i
hilliness.
--kowaty
"
hilly,
hillocky.
pajac
"^
Jack-pudding, buffoon.
pajllak
^
(zo.) spider; lustre,
-.gczy
"
of spider,
-.eczyna
*",
cobweb, spiderweb.
-.eczysty
"
cobweb.
pak
'y pitch, cobler's wax.
pak

bud, eye.
*owie
"
buds pi.,
b'uttons pi.
paklla'^,
pack, bale,
-iecik
^
small packet.
-let
"^ packet,
parcel.
[cloth.
paktak "IJ
packing- cloth, sack-
pakowllac
^"
to pack, pack up;
(\ig.) devour,
.anie
"
packing.
-ny
"
where it can be much
put in.
-.y
f
papier
*,y,
packing-
paper, brown-paper.
palmowa 171
pakuiy
pi-, hards pi., hurds pi.
pakunek
'T
luggage.
pal
",'
pale, stake; tvbic no -*, to
impale.
palac
"^ palace, hotel,
-owy ^
palatial, palace . . . -yk
^i
small
palace.
patac
^? to flame, blaze;
Cfig.^
be inflamed with ..., burn with. = ,
palacz ^
fire-man; smoker.
paladyn
'^ paladin, knight-errant.
paiat.
",'
arch, vault.
palanka^,
fence of planks. i
palanf?
mallet (for tennis); tennis.
palatynat
'^ palatinate.
palasz
",'
broadsword ; . morski
(zo.) sword-fish,
-owac
^? to
strike with a sabre, sabre;
(fam.)
eat heartily.
palcat
'^
stick.
pallicowy
f
finger . . . ^czasty
?
fingered,
ec
"'
(u rekij finger;
fn
nogij toe; *. serdtczmj, ring-
finger; ^srediii, middle -finger;
wielki
m,ec fu
rekij thumb; wielki
-^ec
(u nogiJ, the big toe;
xvskazujacy, forefinger, index.
paleczka
U
small beetle, small
mallet.
palllenie
"
burning, combustion;
"*-
ciat,
cremation,
ic^?"
to
burn; (ceglyj bake, burn; (kawej
roast; fivodkpj distil; (tytonj
smoke; (w piecu) heat. m. ,
sie^f
to burn, be burning; (fam.'' do
pannyj to be in love with.
paleografia*", paleography.
palestra \
magistrates pi., jud-
paleta
^, palette, pallet, [ges pi.
palisady
pi
,
pali>ade.
palisandlier
"'
rowe
drzewo, rose-
wood, palisander.
paliusz
'^ pallium.
paliwoda
'^
hot-brained fellow.
palka*",
mall(et), club; drumstick;
(vulg.J head.
palm'ia^, palm-tree;
(fig.)
pnlm;
-a
wachlarzoiva, fan-palm,
-o-
wy
^
palmy, palm ...; -owa
Niedziela, Palm Sunday.
172 palna6
paln![^C
^"^
to strike, give a blow;
fire /discharge; -.*. sohie w ieb,
toi blow out one's brains.
*.ik

fu
lamp etcj burner,
-^osc
^
combustibility,
.y^ combustible
;
Iron m,B,j fire-arm.
palowllac
^? to fence round with
pales,
.anie
piling; pile- work.
m,y
^
pile .
.
palpitacya^/erca^ palpitation.
palto(t)
great-coat.
palullch

thumb; finger-stall.
-'SzMewicz
"
hop-o'ray-thumb.
pamiatklla 't
keepsake; na
*.^
(czegoj, in remembrance of . .
.
Owyf
memorial, monumental;
.Qwa
<a6iica, monumental tablet.
pamiflie
^, memory; remembrance,
recollection, zarhowac w
-cii
to
keep in mind; vaye sip na
*c,
to learn by heart,
ciowy"
of
memory.
pamiftljac
"^f
to remember ; think
of.
.ne ^
reminder, refresher;
dac komu m, -, to cudgel a person,
nik^
memorial, diary; memoir;
literary periodical.
-.nlM
pi, me-
moirs pi.
nikowy ^
of me-
moirs.
*ny
"
memorable; ha-
ving a good memory.
pan
"^
lord; gentleman; Cprztd
nazwiskiemj Mr.( = mister); master;
ie ! Sir I
>owle !
gentlemen ! jaki
m>i
taki kranif like master, like
man.
pancejlrnik
"^
CokrptJ iron- clad;
Czo.J armadillo,
.my
"
cuiras-
sier.
*rz

coat of mail.
pandrdw*
'^
earth-worm, grub;
belly-worm.
paaegiryijk "IJ
encomium, pane-
giryc.
^sta
"^
encomiast, pane-
panek
'^
lordling. [gifyst.
panew ^,
pan; warming-pan.
ka ^, (u strzelbyj touch-pan;
small pan.
pani
*",
lady, madam
;
fdomuj mis-
tress; fprzed nazwiskiem ) Mrs.
(= mistress); -! madam! sza-
jnowiie m.Ql ladies!
papierowy
panicz"^
lordling; (young) master.
*owskl"lordling's.
--ykostwo^
haughtiness of a lordling, lordli-
paniczny
f
panic. [ness.
panielinka
^, young maid,
nski
?
maiden, virginal.
-^nstwo
$
maidenhood, virginity.
panisko
^
good old geutlemanc
panna
*",
maid, virgin
;
young lady;
(zawsze z nastfpujacem imieniem
lub nazwiskiemj Miss; NajSwiptsza
Panna, the holy Virgin; m,3tuzq,ca,
chamber-maid.
panorama^,
panorama.
panollszyc
sif ^T
to grow rich;
be pulled up with pride, lord it,
*wac
'"V'
to rule, goveru, reign
;
^ nad soha, to be master of one-
self,
.wanie
"
government, reig-
ning; reign; za
*wania (krola.J
in the reign of . .
.
pansllki?"
lordly, segneurial ; splen-
did; *-. 6ra^, your brother ;
.ka
siostra, your sister; po
*.ku,
lordly.
*.kosc
*",
lordliness, lordly
manners, distinction,
.two
empire, state; lordliness; distinc-
tion; ^domw^ master and mistress
I
vitodzi .*., betrothed couple.
panslawillsta";
I'anslavist.
-.zm
Panslavism.
panszczyzilna
^ socage, soccage,
-"iiiany ?
socage . .
.,
relating to
the socage.
pantaloay i)l.,
trousers pi.
pantera^, fzoj panther.
pantofel'^. slipper;
ffigj
lye pod
pantoflenif to be henpecked.
pantomina^, pantomine,
panujacy ^
dominant, reigning;
do/n, reigning family, dynasty.
paplla"^ (fam.J
father, papa
; ^tm?fl[.^
mouth; dac komu w
^e,
to slop
a person's face.
papier'^
paper; document, deed
;
lis'owy ., note paper, post-paper;
m. na mity, music-paper,
.^nia^,
paper -manufactory, paper-mill.
.OS'^
cigarette,
-dwka^,
a kind
of apples,
-owy"
made of paper,
papieski
paper . .
. ;
pieniadze
>owe,
paper-
money.
papiellzki
'!'
popish, papal
;
ponti-
fical.
-ztWO V
popery, papacy.
-^ ^7 pope, "wznik, vid. papista.
papilot ^
hair-roller.
papinllkarz
^, sweet-tooih.
>ko-
waty
f
effeminate.
papista
"^ papist. [pappy.
papklia
^^Cowsianajgruel.
*.owaty"
pa^la
'^
<fe^, babbler, chatterbox.
-6
^'^
to gabble, prattle,
nina
^,
gabbling, prattling.
paprollc
; ('bot.j fern,
-rciany
f
fern . . . -cina
*",
fernery.
papryka^,
capsicum.
paprz^ca*i
iron-cross.
papuc
'^ (kind of) slipper.
papnllga
*",
romj parrot
; ("fig.J
po-
pinjay; gradac jak - -, to talk
nonsense,
.zi, '^iy
f
parrot . .
.
;
parrot -green,
.zka ^, young
parroto
par
"5
sultriness; (tytul) peer.
para^,
vapour, steam; breath.
para
^, pair, brace, (o osohach)
couple; -%. mj^osna^couple oflovers;
m, pistoletow, a brace of pistols;
parp^ dni etc.f some days etc.
<ini,
in pairs, by two and two.
parabollja^, ^wa*
J
parabola; pa-
rable.
*iczny
"
parabolic(al).
paradlla
^, display, state; fmilj
parade,
.nosc
^, pompousness,
pomposity,
-.ny^
pompous, splen-
did.
*.owac ,
to make a show,
paradoks
",'
paradox.
fparade.
paradyz ";
Cte.) upper-gallery.
parafia ^, parish, diocese;
i^figj
province,
lny^
parochial, pa-
rishonal.
*.niii ^ 'ilka
^, pa-
rishoner; provincial,
-nski?
pro-
vincial,, countrified,
-.nstwo
^
'nszczyzna fi
countrified ways,
provincialism.
parafina^, paraffine.
paragraf "^ paragraph.
paralela^, parallel line.
paralilltyczny
^
paralytic, palsied,
-tyk
"; paralytic. -.&
^
palsy,
parokrotny 173
paralysis.
.4owac
^f
to lame,
paralyse.
parapet
"
breast-work, parapet.
parasol^ umbrella.
*ik"
para-
sol,
-ka^, gentleman's sun-shade.
parawau
"^
folding-green.
parcelacya ^, parcellation.
parch
'"
-ypl., CmedJ parch, scab
;
fu
zwierzatj
mange.
*aty
f
scab-
bed, mangy.
parciany
"
made of coarse linen.
parcie
"
pressure; gripes jpl., colic.
parcyalnllosc ^, partiality,
--y
f
partial.
pardon
"^ pardon, quarter,
-o-
wac ^
to pardon, give quarter.
pardwa
^,
Com.J
white grouse,
ptarmigan.
pargamln

parchment, vellum.
-'Owy ^
made of parchment,
vellum . .
.
park
^
park, m.^
^, pair, couple
;
Cmit.J fatal sister.
parkan

fence of planks.
parkiet"
inlaid-floor;
ftej front-
seats in the pit.
parkollcic si
^V
to kid.
*.tT
goa-
tish smell, rank smell.
parlamentT
parliament,
.amy^
parliamentary,
-.arski
?
parla-
mentarian's
;
parliamentary,
'aryzm'^parliamentarism.
-arz'^
parliamentarian, officer who ne-
gotiates a truce,
--owac
'*^?
to
parley.
*.owy
f
of parliament.
parmezanski ,
ser *, Parmesan
pamaski
f
Parnassian, [cheese.
pamllo
**? sultry; jest
.o,
it is
sultry weather,
.qsc ^i
sultriness.
**y ^
sultry.
parobllczak'^
farmer's boy.
-czy?
of farmer's man.
^ek ^
farmer's
man;
ffig.J
country-bumpkin.
paroch
^
provost.
paroch6d'^
(locomotive-) engine,
steam carriage. [to parody.
parodylla
^, parody,
-owac
'^'^
parollkonny ^
drawn by two
horses,
-krotiiy
f
repeate<2-
reiterated.
174 paroksyzm
paroksyzm
T
paroxysm,
parol
"
watch- word.
paroiistatek
"^
steam-boat, stea-
mer. .wiec^
locomotive , steam-
"hosit;
<^wiec
pocztowy , steam-
packet;
.wiec
koiowy, paddle-
steamer.
par6w
'^
hollow way.
parowallc
^?? to steam, fume;
fcipciej to parry, keep off.
.nie 1
evaporation, exhalation; perspi-
ration.
parskliac, -.nac
^^ ^o Jconiu etc
J
to snort; puff and blow; *. 2e
smiechu, to burst out laughing,
parszywijiec
"^ man infected with
the itch.
*iec^^
to be infected
with the itch,
.osc
^, manginess,
scabbiness.
-.y ^
mangy, scabbed,
part
"
pack-cloth. [scabby.
parta'Icki ^
bungling, unskilful;
zrobic CO po
^-ckUr
to huddle (up).
'Ctwo" huddling;bunglingwork.
'CZ
"^
bungler, botcher;
-.cz
le-
karski, medicaster.
*czyc
^\^f
to huddle, botch.
parter "IJ ground-floor;
ftej pit.
partes
'^
mowik jak z
*6w, he
speaks like a book.
partylla
^, party, faction;
{czfSdJ
part; {'w ozenkuj match; game,
(wistaj rubber,
cya
*",
vid. par-
tytura.
-jny ^
factious, partial,
-kula ^, Cgram,} particle,
-.ku-
larnyf
particular.
*kularyzm'^
particularism,
-.kularz
"^
small
town,
-.tura ^, ^wiKz.^ partition.
partyzanllcki
?
partisan,
.t
"?
partisan,
-vtka ^, guerilla war.
parweniusz
';'
upstart.-
paryas
"?
(fig.)
pariah.
parzlla
<i
dog's meat,
-.enie
^
scalding. *.-*,
sle ^
(zwierzatj
rut, pairing,
-.yc
^f
to scald;
^o pokrzyxvit) sting,
-.yc
''^f^
to
couple, copulate,
-ysty
f
paired.
parzydto 7 r&o/.; goat's beard.
pas
'^ girdle, belt; girth;
^ziemiV
zone; stripe, streak
pastka
paflsac, --SC
^f'
(hydloj to tend;
feed, fatten, -%. *
sie
^f
to pasture,
graze.
.sanie
"
pasturage.
pasamlian, *.on
'^
lace,
galloon,
-onnik
"^
lace- maker.
pasazer
"^ passenger.
pasc
"^f
to fall; *. na kolana, to
fall upon one's knees.
pascha ^, (^ij/rfjju; Passover; Easter.
pasek
'^
belt, girdle; sash.
paser

concealer, receiver of
stolen goods.
pasibrzuch"^ glutton,gormandiser.
pasiellcznik
'^
hiver, bee-master,
-ka^, bee-garden.
pasienie
7
pasture.
pasierb
^
step-son.
*.ica
^, step-
daughter.
paskulida
"^ <fe
'i
filthy man, filthy
woman,
-dnica*',
filthy woman.
*dnik
i;
filthy man.
^dny ?
nasty, filth)'.
*dzic
^f
to soil,
dirt,
.dztwo
"
filth, filthiness,
nastiness.
pasmo
"
skein
; CfigJ
series; ^gdr^
chain.
pasnik
"^
belt-maker.
pasowac
^"f
rwa rycerzaj to dub;
fit, be fitting; /'u; kartackj pass.

sie
^r
to wrestle, struggle.
pasowy,
vid. ponsowy.
pasozyt
'^ parasite, hanger-on.
-^niczy, -ny ?
sponging, para-
sitical.
pasta ^, paste.
pastel
"^ pastel-painting, painting
in crayon,
-a^,
pastel, crayon;
-anii
malowac, to paint in pastJ.
-owy
?
pastel ..., crayon
...;
>. otowek, crayon-penciL
pastellreczka
<",
young shepher-
dess,
'rka
^, shepherdess
;
pasto-
ral poem; matins pL rski
?
shepherd's, pastoral,
-.rstwo
'
pastoral life; pastorship,
-rz
1
shepherd
;
pastor, minister.
pasternak IJ
(hotj parsnip.
pastewllnik
"^ common, pasture.
-ny
"
for cattle, fodder ..
pastka
<1 (fox-)trap.
pastor
pastor
'V
CproteatancTci) pastor,
minister,
-^at
"
crosier,
pastullch
"
herdsman
; -.cll
kruw,
cow-herd;
.ch
'^w'm, swine-herd.
*szek'^
young herdsman,
-szka
*",
herdswoiuan.
<>SZ7 f
shepherd's.
pastwiia
*",
prey, -vie si
^f
^o
give vent to one's anger,
-isko
"
pasture, pasture-ground,
pasylla*",
passion; Passion; wrath,
anger.
*.onat
'^ passionate man.
paszlla^,
fodder.provender.
.enie"
pasture, pasturage,
paszczlla,
-fka
*",
jaws pZ., mouth,
paszkwil
'^
lampoon, pasquinade.
ant
'"
lampooner, pasquiller.
-OWy
f
pasquil.
paszport
"^ passport,
-.owy
?
hiuTo
.owe,
passport-office.
pasztellcik
"^ patty, little pie.
<vt " pasty, pie ; m,tzmifsa, mince-
pie.
*.tiiik
"^ pastry-cook.
patelnia*,
pan.
patent"?
patent, licence ; diploma,
owac
^^ to grant a patent, pa-
tent, license.
*.owanyf
patented,
owy
^
patent.
patetyczniiie'*?pathetically.*osc^,
pathos, patheticalness. .y
f
patnik

pilgrim. [pathetic.
patoka*", virgin honey.
patro!!chy
pi., pluck,
.szyc
^?
to embowel, eviscerate.
patologl>*a
<; pathology,
-.icznyf
pathological. [patroness.
patron
patron, protector,
ka*',
patryaxclia 'IJ
patriarch.
-Iny
?
patriarchal.
*.t
"
patriarchate.
patrycynsz"
patrician,
^owski^
patrician.
patryolita IJ
patriot.
-,tka*i
pa-
triot woman,
-.-tycznie "? pa-
triotically,
-^tyczny"
patriotic,
patriot.
*tyzm
'^ patriotism.
patrzL'ec, --yc
'^'^
(na coj to look
at, behold; Ckogo, czegoj look for;
(czegoj care for, take care of;
^ ^ na kogo z gdnj, to look down
upon a person ; no ! look here
!
-.fig^w
^or, to look up.
pedantyzm 175
patyllczek T
small stick; ^do za
palaniaj match.
-^kT
small stick,
patyna*",
pater..
patynka*i
slipper.
pauperyzm
"J
pauperism.
panzl'a*",
pause, stop.
*owac^
to pau'^e.
paJlw' ";
("omj peacock.
*wiatko
7
pea-chick. -vwica*i<'orn.>' peahen.
-^wi
"
peacock's.
*.wic si
^T
to strut about,
-^.wik
'^ young
peacock; io, peacock butterfly.
'Wi6wkaVo'"wJpoacock-pigeon.
pawian
'J
Czo. ) baboon,
-owy
?
baboon's; baboonish.
pawilon
'^
farch.J
pavilion ; fmar.)
paz
i;
page. [pavilion, flag.
Pazdziernik
'^ October.
pazdzierze p^,
awns pi.
paznokiec

nail.
pazucha^i
(v- suknij bosom.
paznr
"^
nail, claw, paw, clutch.
pchllac, ''nac^"
to thrust, push;
(sztyletem etc.) to run , stick (a
dagger etc.).
-^ac
sif ^T
to crowd.
*,ac
si^ przez Hum, to force one's
way through the crowd,
ni^cie

shock, push;
Cw fechtowaniuj stab,
thrust, passado.
pchljetka*",
small flea; spring-tail.
*ta/,
nea.
*lic
^^
to fill with
p^C
*, flap I smack 1 [fleas, flea.
Pf
Ca,
Pid. ppciny.
Pf
Ch,
vid. pack.
Pfcherz
'^ (anat.) biadder; (na
skdrzej blister; moczowy, urine
bladder,
-yk
'^
little bladder;
vesicle,
-^ykowaty
"
vesicular,
peciny
pi., jesses pi. [vesiculous.
Pf
czliek "J
small bunch or bundle,
-niec
^f
to swell.
Pfd
'^ course, run; graft, scion
;^
calym -vem, at full gallop.
pedaffog
'7
pedagogue.
*ia,-.ika^,
pedal
",'
pedal. [pedagogj'.
pedanllcki,
vid. ^tyczny.
*t 1?
pe-
dant,
-terya*",
pedantry,
-^tycz-
nie
"-} pedantically,
tyczny
f
pedantic, pedantical.
*tyzi^

pedantism.
176 pgdrak
p^drak
^, grub of- a cockchafer;
CfigJ
pigmy.
Pdzac,
vid. pfdziS.
Pf
dz!!el
"^ brush, pencil,
-elek "IJ
small pencil.
''lowac
^^ to paint
coarsely, doub.
pedzillc
^^^ to drive; (wddk^j
distil
;
fzyciej lead
;
fkogo na licy-
tacyij drive up; speed, hurry
much.
.wiatr ^
vcindy fellow.
pegaz
'"
(inyt.J Pegasus.
pejez, --yk
'^
horsewhip, riding-
whip.
pejsllaki pl.t
whiskers pi.
.y
j>l.,
curls (of the Polish jews).
peizaz,
vid. krajobraz.
A^ysta
^
landscape-painter.
pgk
'^ bundle, bunch; packet,
--aciec
^V'
to become big-bellied,
-'atosc^,
bellied shape,
-aty
?
(big-)bellied
pki!ac, --nac
"^^
to burst, burst
open, break up;
ffig.J ac
ze
zlohi etc., to burst with anger . .
.
pekllieflajsz
"^
-lowina \
salted
peicie ^
weeding. [meat.
peien,
vid. peiny.
peleryua^,
pelerine, furcape.
pelikan
"^ (om.) pelican.
pelnilla^,
plenty, abundance ; full
moon,
c ^'f
to fulfil, accomplish
;
C
9voojt ohowiazki, to do one's
dutyo
-enie ^
fulfilment, ac-
complishment.
petnllo
***^
plentifully, plenty of.
'^oletui ^
of age, of full age.
'^oletnosc
', majority, full age.
'^omocnictwo ^
full - power,
omocnik'^
constituent, manda-
tary
,
warranter
;
plenipontiary.
-omocny^plenipontiary.
.OSC*',
plenitude, fulness,
y?
fullj filled.
pelzlIaC) 'iiac
^V"
to creep, crawl
;
Cfig.)
to cringe, fawn,
acz
"^
creeper;
Cfig.
J cringer, toady.
'Iiad
"^
to pass away; fade,
lose" colour. [tes.
penaty
pi-, household-gods, Pena-
pendent

sword-belt,
penitencyarz
"
penitentiary.
pertraktacya
pens
i;
penny.
pensylia
*",
pension, salary;
fza'
ktadj boarding-school,
-^jka^,
small salary, pension.
*.on
"^
boarding - school.
-wonarka
^,
oiiarz

boarder,
^-onowac
^"
to pension.
penzel,
vid. pedzet
pepliek
'^
navel,
-.kowaty
f
navel-shaped.
*.kowy
"
umbili-
cal; sznurek *.-*, navel-string
-owina^i
navel-string,
-ownicat
("bot.J hydrocotyle.
-^-uszek
"^
small navel.
[nary.
pepiniera*i
nursery;
Cfig.J
semi-
pepsyna^,
pepsine.
peregrynacya ^, peregrination.
perellika ^
small pearl.
-.Inik
"^
pearl-fisher.
perfum'^ -'a
^, pe fume,
owac^?
perfume.
*.0Wllik
",'
perfumer.
pergamin,
vid. pargo.min.
*owy^
parchment , .
.,
of parchment.
perka, vid. ziemniaki.
perkai
'^ percale.
-.iczek
^
percaline.
perilla^i
pearl;
(^/iflr.^
pearl, jewel
-'lie si@
^T
to pearl. [fowl.
perlilica, 'Czka
^, forn.J Guinea-
perlllisty
"
adorned with pearls,
-'iowiec'lj
pearl-coloured butter-
fly,
'iowy
"
pearly; pearl;
-Iowa
kasza, pearl-barley ;
-*lo-
wa
macica, mother of pearl.
peron ^
fliers pi.
perorlla
^, long speech ; severe lec-
ture.
'Owac ^^? to make a
speech; talk largely.
perpendykut,
vid. wdhadlo.
perski
"
* prostek^ insecticide,
insect- destroyer.
persona!II
"^ officers pi.
*t 1?
portly man.
perspektywlla
^, perspective
;
^/ij/.;
prospect.
-*ai
'ka^,
telescope,
field-glass.
perswalldowac
^f
to persuade,
induce,exhort.
*.zya^,
persuasion.
pertraktacya
^, negotiation, trans-
action.
peruka
pemka^i
wig, periwig,
-rczyk
"^
\vigniaker's apprentice,
-.rski"
wigniaker's.
-rz
"^
wigmaker.
peryod
'^ period,
-ycznie
"?
periodically,
-ycznosc ^
j>eriodi-
calness.,
.yczny
"
periodic(al).
perz
^
quickgrass, couchgrass.
-yc
sif ^r
to smoulder, burn
faintly
; ffigj
be irritated.
*3ma
^,
cinders j>i., embers jpl.; obrocic to
'-yn^i
to reduce to ashes, lay in
ashes.
pestilka ^, fUiwki eicj stone, kemeL
-kowy ^
kernelled. -*
owoCf
kernel-fruit; -.owat^ti'^fca, noyau.
pesymi'ilsta ^
pessimist,
-stycz-
ny
"
pessimistic(al).
*zin
"i
pessimism.
p^tapZ., ^/isrJ
fetters pZ., chains jpZ
^C
"f
to shackle, fetter.
petarda^ petard. [loop-
petl.'elka, -lica'^,
hanger, knot,
petllent
"^ petitioner, supplicant,
ycya^,
petition, supplication.
petocie
pi-, , rash, cutaneous erup-
petrolenm,
vid. nafta. [tion.
petytowy
? YtypJ
wiersz
*,
line
of brevier.
pewliien,
vid. pewny.
-..nie
*^}
perhaps, probably; certainly,
-nik'^
a self-evident truth,axiom
;
fie na
*.nika, to insure success.
-"IIO ^} certainly; na
*no,
most
positively,
-nosc
V
certainly;
surety ; mam ^
*,, it
... , I posi-
tively know that . . ,
-*ny
f
cer-
tain, positive; sure.
pezel,
vid. ppdzel.
pfe
*, fy
!
shame
!
piac
^f
Co TcogucieJ to crow; (w
poezyij to sing.
piac si
""f
to ascend , climb up
;
ramp
; Cfig.J
to strive to rise aloft.
plana
^, froth, foam ; > morska,
meerschaum.
pianie
'J
crow.
pianiiino *i
cottage piano.
*8ta'^
''Stka*; pianist.
pianka^, meerschaum; foam.
piardnac,,
vid. pierdzic.
Czfic poUko-angieUka.
pigciomik 177
piasllczysty,
vid.piaszczyniy.
-ecz-
niczka
",
.sand-box.
-ecznik
"I
fzoj sand-eel, grig,
-^ek
",
and
;
(dopo<iypywaniaj>i'imaJ to pounco
;
-ek
do szorowania, scouring-sand.
karz
'V
sandman,
-ki
pi, sandy
ground, sand-walk,
-kowiec
^
sand -stone, freestone,
.kowi-
sko
"
-kownia
*",
sand-pit. rko-
wy
f
of sand, sand . .
.
piasta*",
(kotaj nave, hub.
piastllowac
^f
(dzieckoj to . have
in arms; nurse; *. , t/rzad, to
hold an office or a charge,
nn
"
Cfig.J
protector, guardian.
-'Unka*',
children's nurse.
piaszczystllosc
^, sandiness.
-.yf
sandy. [Friday.
Piatek
'V
Friday ; wielki
,
Good
piatllka^,
five; (w grachj cinque,
--kowy ^
of Friday.
*y
"f
fifth;
po
*e,
fifthly, in the fifth place.
pillC^f
to drink; fdokogo) drink
u person's health, toast him; m.cm.i
sip chce, I am thirsty,
-cie
drinking, drink; *. wody, use
of mineral waters.
piec
^? to bake; fry, roast; fna
rozniej broil;
fo
stoncuj burn.
*
sif ^r
to be roasted ; be baked.
piec ^
stove.
pifC,
num., five; ni lo >*. ni w dzie-
wiec, that's neither fish nor flesh.
'Qziesiat,
num., fifty, -.y
^
fiftieth.
" -vdziesieciolecie
"
the
fiftieth
jubi^e.-dziesiecioletni'^
of fifty years, fifty years old.
piechllota
<",
infantry;
-ota,
na
*ote,
on foot, a foot,
'^otny,
-ur''
foot-soldier.-
pieciollaktowy
f
in five acts,
^-funtowy"
weighing five pounds,
-kat
"^ pentagon. -w*ny" pen-
tagonal,
^ksiag ^
Pentateuch.
-letni
f
five years old, of five
years,
miarowy ?
unersz -.^
pentameter,
-.raki ^
fivefoM,
quintuple,
rrako "? fivefold ; of
five different sorts, -^rmk^, (bot.J
12
(^ pigcioro
five-finger.
*ro
"
fo
oaohach) five.
-ptatkowy
" quinquefoliated.
*torebkOwy
"
(hot.) quinqucl-
ccul.ir.
^i^Cllkroc"?
five times,
-.set,
num.,
five hundred,
.-ny?
five hun-
dredth,
fiieciluch

lazy boots, slugjrard.
yk
",'
small stove; m. do palenia
kawy, coftec-roaster.
piecza^,
care, protection,
pieczara
*",
(subterraneous) cavern,
tlcu. [room,
pieczarka
*",
champignon, nuish-
^ieczliatka
^, seal, signet,
-at-
karz /^
seal-engraver, -w^c*", seal.
-etarz "T
scaler; seal- engraver.
"Itov^ac
^'?
to seal.
pieczellnV
roast (-meat).
*.niarz
spongei', parasite, lick-platter,
pieczotowiltosc ^,
care, solicitude.
.ty
"
careful.
pieczl'ony"
baked, roasted,
-^yste'^
roast-iueat.
-.ywo
"
pastry, bak-
pif
dz
*",
span. [ing; batcli.
pieglli
pi. freckiespf.
*owaciec^",'
to freckle.be marked with freckles.
^-Owatosc
*",
freckledness, -n^o-
waty ?
freckled; freckle-faced,
piegza*",
fornj hedge-sparrow,
piekali'rczyk
^, journeyman baker;
baker's boy.
-.rnia
^, bakery,
baker-house.
~rski
f
baker's.
. - cech, bakers' corporation.
rstwo
"
baker's trade,
rz
^^
baker.
piekliielnie
"^ diabolically,
.iel-
ny
"
devilish, diabolical; -* *,
kamUn, (med.J lunar caustic. m,\o\
hell,
pifkllnidio ^
cosmetic.
<*.nie
<*^
beautifully, finely ; to jest wszystko
.^j that is all splendid,
^niec'^f
to grow handsome,
-no
"
the
beautifull.
.nosc ^ beauty,beauti-
fulness; /^fcotfefa^ beauty,
ny
"
beautiful, handsome; ptec
.na,
fair sex.
-.szyc
^^ to embellish.
<*szydta
pi-, cosmetics pl^
pielfgnowallc
^f
to nurse, foster,
pierdzie6
to take care of; (roHiny) to culti-
vate, -wnie"
nursing, care, atten-
dance; (ro.ilin) Cultivation.
pielllacz
"'
wccder.
-enie, vid.
petcie. [homo.
pielesz ^
hearth; dornoive -i-e,
pielgrzym
'^ pilgrim,
-i, -ski
,
pilgrim's, of a pilgrim,
-ka
^,
pilgrimage; female pilgrim.
*o-
wac
^\^
to go on a pilgrimage.
Stwo"
pilgrimage; emigrantspi.,
pilgrims j)L
pielucba
*",
swathing-cloth.
pien 1
trunk; stalk, blade; jy
wycinc, to put to the sword.
pieniallc si?
"f
to carry on a
law-suit, plead, litigate.
*.cki"
litigious,
-.ctwo "J
litigousness,
contentiousness,
-cz
'^ litigious
man.
j)ienia||dz
^
piece of money, coin,
-dze pi. ,
money; drobne
-^dze,
change, small coin.
*.zek'^
small
piece of money.
pieniiiC
sif ^r
to foam, spume;
f'o niniej to sparkle,
-^sty
^
foamy, frothy. [song.
pienie
"
(koguta) crow
;
(w poezyij
pienick
'^
small block, trunk;
^pjora^ quill; stump; m.z^ha, tooth-
root; miec z him na pienku, to
have
fi
crow to pluck with a person.
pienifznily ?
moneyed, pecuniary;
kara
.a,
mulct, fine.
pieprz ^
pepper ; #* ? ziarnachf
round-pepper;
Cfig.Jgdzie
*. ro^nie,
a thousand miles off.
^-niczka^i
pepper-box.
-nik
'^ pepper-
mushroom.
<*.nosc *i
pepperiness.
"Hy"
peppered, peppery,
-ojad
^
Corn.
J
pepper -bird.
owy
^
pepper . . .
.yc
"^^
to pepper.
''yea
*",
("hot
J
cress,
-kowatosc
^,
pepperiness.
-^kowaty
?
peppery.
pierac,
vid. prac.
pierildota, -dziel
"J
(vulg.) farten
-doiypi., foolish things, absur-
dities; gadac *. - , to talk non-
sense,
.dolic
^^ to talk non-
sense,
-dziec
^r
(vulg
J
to fart.
piernat
piemat
"
upper-bed , cover of a
bed.
piernik
'^ gingerbread, -rarz
^,
gingerbread
-
maker,
-owy
"
gingerbread . .
.
pierlls
',
'^si
pi' 1 breast, bosom,
chest; fu
ptakdwj brisket; dad
dziecku
-si,
to give suck to a
child, to suckle; do <*>Bikogoprzy-
citnacy to press a person to one's
bosom.
*.siowy
f
breast . . .
;
choroba
''Siowa>
complaint in the
lungs.
pierscil'en, -onek';
ring; CwiosdwJ
ringlet *enisty"ringled. -.enio-
wy, -'Onkowy
"
ring
...;
palec
.*., ring-finger, fourth -finger,
^-ennice
pi., ring-worms pi.
pierw, -^ej
"? first, at first m,
nim, before.
pierwiastljek
"^ element;
Cn^atJ
root.
-*k0W0 ^
originally, pri-
mitively,
'kowosc*',
piimitive-
ness.
.kowy ^
original, primi-
tive, [rose, cow-slip.
pierwiosiillek'7 'ka*",
fbotjprim-
pierwollcinyiJi.,
bastings
p^.,
first
fruits,
rodny
"
first-born,
eldest; primitive; grzech .*,
original sin.
"^rodztwo
"
rod-
nOSC
*",
primogeniture, birthright.
>^tllOSC
^ priaiitiveness.
-tny
"
original, primitive;
-tni
miesz-
Tcaitcy
,
aborigines pi.
*wz6r
*^
original, first copy; protoplast.
pierwszllenstwo
"
--osc
*i
first
place, precedence; superiority,
-orz.dny^
first-rate.
*y^
first.
pierzasty
f^
feathered.
pierzchilac, '-nac
^"
to flee, run
away.
'anie,''-'nicie ^
flight,
escape,
.liwdsc
*",
timidity, ti-
morousness, shyness,
-liwy
"
timid, shy.
pierzile ^
feathers pi.
,
plumage,
-yc
^^ to feather.
-,yc 8i
"V
to moult, mew.
-*yn?
*",
upper-bed.
pierzga*",
hive-dross.
pies

dog; . domowy, house-
pijaczka 179
dog; mffnysliivy, hound, harrijr;
m, owczarski, shepherd's dog.
pif
Sllc
^, fist
;
przyszlo do
ci
, it
came do blows; zacisnac
^^cit
to
clench one's fist.
piescillc
""*
to caress , fondle.
-c 8i
^r
to affect,
detko, -^dto^
fosoba i rztczj love.
piescliwy,
vid. pUszczotliwy.
plesek
"y little dog; puppy.
pieslln^,
song, air;
-n
wojenna.
military song;
.n weselna, hy-
meneal, wedding-song.
*.niarz
lyrical poet,
-.nik
^
psalm-book,
-niowy ^
song . .
.
pieszczllenie"
fondling, caresses pi.
ony" fondling.
*ocll'^*'OClia^,
pet-child, darling.
pieszczotlla
^, caress, fondling;
darling.
'^'J
pi., sweet things,
Z caresses.
*.ka
^, sweet -heart.
-'liwosc
^, delicateness, delicacy,
tenderness,
-liwy ^
tender, deli-
cate.
pieszliek
1J
fw
szachachj pawn.
-.0 "? on foot, afoot,
--yf
foot...,
pedestrian ; foot . .
.
; zolnierz
*.y,
foot-soldier,
^y ^
pedestrian,
pi^ta*",
heel. [walken
piftnar

(arch.) corbel.
pitnallscie, stn, scioro,
num.,
fifteen,
-.stoletni
"
of fifteen
years, fifteen years old.
.sty^
fifteenth; po
-wste, fifteenthly.
piftno ^
mark, token; stamp;
stigma.
wac
"^ to brand
; (fig.)
stigmatize.
pietrasznik
^
(hot.) hemlock.
piftllro
"
story, floor,
--rzyc
sif
'"'^
to rise up, tower.
pietmszka^i
(botj parsley.
pietyzm
"^ pietism-
piewca
"J
poet.
pigmel, -czyk
"1? pygmy, dwarf.
pigment
'^
colouring matter, pig-
pignika*",
pill. [ment.
piprwila \
quince,
-owyf
quince ...
pijallc,
vid. pic.
-^cki ^
drinking.
^czka
*",
-^k
^, drinker, drunkard.
12*
180 pijaczjna
pismidto
-^CZyna "IJ
dram-drinker.
-*n-
stwol
drunkenness, immoderate
drinking,
ny" drunken, drunk,
tipsy; po
-^nemu,
in a state of
drunkenness,
-rtyka*", drinking-
pijar
"^
Piarist, [bout.
pijawka
^, leech; przystawic pi-
jawki, to apply leeches.
pik*^
fwkartach) spades j?J.
-a*',
pike, lance; (materya) quilting.
pikllac, *n%C
*^f
to sting; coi go
--lieio,
he had a presentiment of
something disagreeable,
--ieta
^,
(mil.) picket, outpost; (graj
piquet,
-inier
"^ pike-man.
piknik
^, picnic; urzadzic
*, to
get up a picnic.
pikowllac
"^^
to stitch, quilt
;
Cjig.)
taunt, chaff.
*.any
?
quilted.
piiiia*',
saw; saw-mill; (rybajs&vf-
fish.
*.larz
"i
sawyer.
pilamia** tennis-court.
pilastr
"i; (arch
J
pilaster.
piika*",
ball; hand -saw; grac w
pUkf.,
to play at tennis.
pilic
^^ to urge.
pilnie ^^ diligently, assiduously.
pilnik
'^ (narz^dziej file.
-arz
'^
file-cutter,
pilnlio "?
pressing]/, urgently
;
speedily; jest mi
-^o,
I am in a
hurry,
-osc
^, diligence, assidu-
ity.
''OWaC^f
(choregoj to nurse,
tend; (kogo, czegoj superintend,
guard; ^czegro^ apply oneself to ...;
nie *. . czegOf to neglect a thing.
OWanie
"
finteresdw etc.) care
of . . .
-y ^
industrious, diligent,
assiduous.
pilowac
^^ to saw; file.
pilsliii*",
felt,
-niany, -.niowyf
made of felt ;/:a|?eiu-,,, felt-hat.
*iiiarz
'^
felter.
-.nic
^^ to felt.
piotun

wormwood,
k'bwka
*",
absinthe,
-.owy ^
made with
wormwood, wormwood ...
pion

folowiankaj plummet;
(chir.) probe;
fw szachachj pawn.
*ek
"
(w szachachj pawn.
-*o-
wftc
'"?
to level with the plum-
met.
'^OWO
<*? vertically, per-
pendicularly.
-OWOSC
^, verti-
calnessrperpendicularity.
-owy'?
perpendicular, vertical
pionier
"^ pioneer.
pi(3r||ko
1
(do pisaniaj pen, quill;
feather; lekki jak *.., light as a
feather, very light.
*-nik
"^ pen-
case. -.0
"
feather; pen, style;
fu
iwidra) bit; (u kluczaj ward.
''Opusz'^ plume of feathers, crest.
pioriin
"^
thunder-blast, thunder-
clap; lightning;
*.ein,
jafc , as
quick as thought;
-^em
razony,
struck by lightning.
-ek
'"
thunder-bolt,
-.ochron
'^
light-
ning rod.
-.owac^^
to huff and
puff, curse,
owy^
thunder...
-owe
stoma, terrifying words.
*lljacy
"
fulminatory.
pioslienka.-^nka
*",
ditty.little song,
-ennik,
vid. pitsnik.
Piotr,
vid. uappdzac.
piramida ^, pyramid.
-,lny
?
pyramidal.
pir|!6g
'^ fkuch. } dumpling. m.tg
'?
-Oga*",
pirogue,
pirotechnika ^, pirotechnics pi.
piruet
",'
pirouette,
piryt
"^ (min.) pyrite.
pisallc
^'f
to write,
-c sie
"^f
to
be written; fczemj to be known
as; fnaj to acquiesce in, to agree
to
;
fw
lisciej pisz^ sie. . .
.,
I am . .
.
^-nie ^
writing; writ, scripture.
*.nka
^, coloured Easter -
egg.
*rek, '*'rczyk
'^ clerk , copyist;
Grub-street writer,
-rka \
au-
thoress; inkstand,
rski
"
wri-
ting..., clerk's; writers'; znak
.., sign of punctuation.
pisllarz
"i
writer, author,
-^emko ?
small publication, pamphlet;
Fuiall periodical.
pisk
"^ puling, whistling,
-l^
7
chickling,
-^-liwosc
*"
shrillness.
*'liwy
"
CgtosJ grating, shrill.
piskorz
"^
loach. [driver.
pismak
'^ petty author; quill-
pismidlo
"
scrawl, scribbling.
pismiennictwo
pismiennliictwo ^
literature,
i-
czy ^
literary.
i.ie
<*? in writ-
ting, by letter,
y f
writing .
.
;
written; having a knowledge of
writing; literary.
pisllmo ^
writ ; writing; periodical
;
^m.swipte, Holy Scripture; na
piamie,iQ writing.
ownia*i
or-
thography.
pisu^c
^^ to squeak, pule
; ffigj
nie
*,
not to open one's mouth,
not to stir.
pistacya
*",
pistacio-tree.
pistol
'^ fmonttaj pistole.
pistolet
pistol,
-.owyf
pistol ...
pisywac
^^ to write from time
to time, vid.pisac; pisuja do siebie,
they correspond with each other.
piszczliaika
^, fife, whistle
;
fhotj
water-hemlock; fwovganachj,
organ-pipe.
*.ec^?
to pule, chirp,
squeak, peep.
*ek

fifer, piper.
el^,
organ-pipe; fanatj thigh,
shank.
*.elowy ^
of thigh.
pitny ^
drinkable, potable.
pinska*",
calotte.
piwko 'J
good bear.
piwnillca^,
cellar; cave,
-czka^,
small cellar,
rce pl-t
basement
story,
-.czy
"
butler . .
.
piwny ^
beer
..i
Co
oczachj yel-
lowish-brown.
piwo ^
beer; daS na
, to give* a
pourboire or tip; * duheltowe,
strong beer; * marcowe, March-
beer.
-,sz
'^
drinker of beer,
(zartolliwitj ale-knight.
piwonia*i (hot.J peonyc
piwowar

brewer.
*nia^, bre-
wery,
-ski
f
brewer's, brewing ...
stwo "J
brewer's trade.
piwsko \
bad beer.
pizmo "J
musk,
-.wac
^f
to musk,
-wiec
'^ (zo.) musk, musk-deer,
wy ^
musky.
plac
'^ place
;'
ground
;
otrzymac
*,
tokee^ the field, gain the day;
m litwyTy battle-field; , pod hu-
ptaskonosy 181
dowft
building -plot; komtndant
U,
town-major; *. musztry, drill-
ground
;
parade-ground.
ptaclla
^, wages pi.
;
salary, pay.
-eaie 7
payment,
-ic
^?, to
pay; reward;
(fig.
J he worthj
fetch a high price.
placek

cake; upa4c pladciemf
to fall along.
plachta^,
cloth, covering, tilt
placka*",
fly-flap. [picket.
plac6wka
*",
outguard, outpost,
piacz
'^
weeping, crying; teara pi.
.ek
'^
weeper,
-ka*",
weeping-
woman.
piaczllliwosc
^, inclinableness to
weeping,
-vliwy
f
whining, cry-
ing, lamentable.
pladrowac
"^^
to plunder, pillage.
plaga*",
stroke, blow; plague.
plagjat'^
plagiarism,
or
pla-
giarist, plagiary.
plakac
^^ to weep, cry, lament.
plakat
^
placard.
ptaksa
'^ tfe ^, weeper.
plamlia, ka*',
spot, stain;
ffig.J
blemish.
*ic
'^'^
to spot, stain;
CfigJ
blemish,
risty
"
spotted,
stained, speckled; spotting,
o-
waty
f
spotted, full of spots.
plan
"
plan, plot; (arch.) plan.
planetlla^,
planet; lieg .y,
orbit
of a planet,
-amy, owy
*
planetary, of a planet.
planimetrya
\
planimetry.
plantjlacya
*",
plantation; orna-
mental grounds,
-^ator
planter^
settler,
-owac
^f
to level, pla-
nish. >^ypl
,
ornamental grounds.
plasl'ac
^^
to skip, hop; dance,
-o-awica^, fmed.J
St. Vitus' dance.
*y i'^-j
gambols j?i., capers jjZ.,
dance.
plasllk 7
clap.
*k! ^, dash ! splash
!
'kac, 'nac ^
to strike, give
a
blow,
-..nac
""?
to fall along.
piask
"^
hd
*,
flatly.
-i
f
flat, level;
(fig.
J insipid.
-0 ? flatly;
(fig.
J shallowly.
onogi^
splay-footed,
-onosy
**
182 piaskorze2ba
flat-nosed,
^orzezba*",
bas-relief.
-OSC
*",
flatness, flat
;
(fig.)
shal-
lowness, dulnass,
'0wzg6rze 'I
table-land.
plaster
'^ plaster; fmioduj comb.
-'ek

round slice ; *.ek
angielski,
court-plaster.
plastyllcznie
<*? plastically.
*.cz-
nosc ^, plasticity.
*,czny"
plastic,
^-ka^,
plastic art.
plasy,
vid. plasac.
plaszcz
"J
cloak, (damski) mantle;
A. z futrem, furred cloak.
*.a
^,
frybaj plaice.
enie si "J
ser-
vility, fawning,
-owy ^
cloak ...,
cloaking...
*.yc^?^
to flat, flatten.
* -
8i
^T
to flatten
; Cfig.J
cringe,
fawn,
-.^yk
"7 mantelet, little
cloak;
^/?^.^
pretext,
-ysty
?
(krajj flat,
.yzna^,
plain, level
ground, plane.
ptat
'^ flap, patch, duster; rag,
clut.
*-ac
^'^
to split, cleave;
figle.
m, m. to play tricks.
platallc"^?
to entangle,
-c si
""f
to entangle oneself, get involved.
'ILilia^,
complication, intricacy.
piatliek
'^ small patch; (kwiatu)
petal, lobe; ^^njegrw^ flake. -ko-
wyf
ragged; (hot.) lobate. -^nac^?
to give a sabre-cut.
platforma
*",
platform
;
terrace.
platljka
*i
wpas6 w
^kg ,
to be
beasted, lose the game,
-nik
^
pay-master,
-nosc*",
payment;
solvency; termin
-nosci,
time of
payment,
-ny
"
payable, to be
paid; able to pay, solvent; sala-
platnerz
'^
armourer. [ried.
platoniczny
"
Platonic.
platyna*",
platina.
ptaw

przebijc frzekp) tv **.
^
to
swim through (a river),
-..ic
^^
(konie) to water; fdrzewoj float;
^fcruwce^ smelt,
^ienie"
watering;
floating ; fusion.
*ki pi, swim-
ming-bladder, life-belt.
*.ny
"
navigable.
.y
pi.
,
testaceous
animals.
ptaz
'^ reptile; flat (of a sabre);
plochos6
puicic
.em, to pass (overj.
-o-
wac
to strike with the flat
of a sabre.
ptciowy
f
sexual.
pleballn
"^ parson, curate,
-nia
^,
parsonage; parson's house,
-n-
ski
?
parson's. [plebeian.
plebemsz
",'
plebeian,
-.owski
?
plec ,
to weed.
piec^
sex; complexion; m.pifkna,
fair sex; female sex. [work.
plecionka
^, knot -work, wicker-
pleciucll
','
chatterbox.
ple'ilcy 2^^, back;
(fig.
J support;
obrocic
sif
do kogo
-.cailli,
to turn
one's back upon a person,
-czy-
sty
"
broad-shouldred.
-.czny
?
humeral.
plemiljg
"
race, kind; ludzkie
*.,
mankind, the human race.
<e]l-
ny
"
racial
;
procreative.
plenamlly" --e
posiedzenie, plenary
meeting.
plenipoteni'cya ,
vid. peinomoc
nictwo.
*t,
vid. pelnomocnik,
plenlinosc^,
fertility, fruitful ness.
*'n3r
"
fertile, fruitful.
plesc
'^^
to twist
;
(wtosy) to plait
;
(fig.J^
to chatter, prattle.
pleslln^,
mould, must,
.niec
""V"
to get mouldy, to mould.
plesznik
"^ (hot.) flea-bane.
pletliwIiOSC
^, talkativeness, loqua-
city,
-y
f
talkative, babbling.
pletnia*^
twisted whip.
pletwila
*",
fin ; -wa ogouowa, fin of
the tail.
-*isty ^
finned,
-ono-
gi ^
web-fooded.
-onogi
pi
,
palmipeds. [weeder.
plewiallrka
*",
female weeder. -rz'^,'
plewilkowaty
f
chaffy,
-.y
pl.^
chaff.
plichta^,
cabin (of the stern).
plik a^,
bundle, file.
pUszka^, (orn.J
wag-tail.
ptocha*;
sley.
plochllliwosc \
shyness, timidity,
-liwy
"
shy, timid.
.o
<*?
shyly; frivolously.
-*0SC*",
shy-
ness; unsteadiness, fickleness,
plochy
frivolity,
-.y ^
shy; unsteady,
fickle, frivolous.
plochowlec
"^
rosebay, oleander.
pl6cien||ko ^
calico, print.
nic-
two^
linen-weaver's trade,
.nik^
lineu-weaver.
-ny ^
linen.
pt6d
'J
produce, product; (med.J
foetus.
plolldnosc
', productiveness
;
(ziemij fertility,
-rdny
"
pro-
creative; fertile,
-dozmian
'^
rotation oi crops,
-dzenie
^
generation, breeding,
dzic
^f
to generate, beget; produce, pro-
duct,
-.dziciel
'^ progenitor.
pl6kailc^f
to rinse, wash ; m,Q8ohie
gardto, to gargle,
-nie 1
rinsing
;
gargarism, gargle.
*nka^.
gar-
garism.
l)lomblia
',
CznakJ leads pi.
;
CzphaJ
plug,
-.owac
"^f
to seal with
lead, lead; (z^hyj to plug.
*.o-
wanie ^
leading; (z^low) plug-
plytko 183
piomielln
"^
flame;
^/?gr.; fire.
nic 6i
T
'iiiec
^^ to flame,
blaze.
*ni8ty, -.nny
f
flamy.
-'iiiowy ^
of flames.
ptomyk
"
flamelet.
[booty,
plon^
";
yield, crop
; (fig.)
fruit
;
plolln, ^-nia
^, hole cut in the ice.
plon%c
^?
to be all in flame;
(fig.)
to be consumed by ...
plondrowac. vid. pladrowa6.
ptonllic
sif ,
to blush, colour.
-ka
Ji
crab -stock, wild tree.
.I10SC
^, barrenness, sterility;
(fig.)
uselessness.
-^ny ^
barren,
sterile;
(fig.)
useless, vain,
plonowac
,
Co zbozuj to shock,
pioszyc
'"^
to scare (away),
plot
^y
hedge, fence; zywy
,
quickset hedge.
plotka
^, babbling story, gossip.
-^rka ', prating gossip , babbler.
^rstwo
"
babble, gossip,
-rz
"^
prattler, gossiper.
ptotka*i
bleak.
pl6taio ^
linen
;
picture, painting
plowlliec^?
to lose colour, fade;
<'ozl>ou^ to ripen,
^o
'^f
fadedly.
*OSC
^, fallow colour,
-.y
^
yel-
lowish-brown, fallow, tawny.
ploza^,
runner (of the sledge).
plullc, -nac,
vid. piwai.
*cie,
vid. plwanie.
phiclla pl.t
lungs; chory na
.a,
phtisical.
-nik
"^ (hot.J lung-
wort.
-*.ny
f
pulmonary, pul-
monic.
plncha^, Cvulg.J slut, slattern.
plndry i?l.,
trunks, wide breeches.
plug
,
plough;
(figJ
yoke, hard
work.
*owy
^
plough . .
.
plugallwic ,
to soil, dirty,
-stwo ^
nastiness, filthiness;
dirt, vermin.
*.wy ^
nasty, filthyo
plukac etc.,
vid. ptdkac etc
plusk
*, flop! plump!
plusljk"^
down pour; splashing;
fish tail.
-kaCj-n^c
^"
to splash,
dabble, paddle, i-nac
^"
to
wodp, to flop into!" the water,
-kota
^ivery bad weather.
pluskiiiewka^,
small bug; draw-
ing-pin.
-*wa^, (bot.J bug.
plusz
i;
plush.
*owy
f
plush,
shuggy.
pluszczec
^V
to pour, stream.
pluton
'^ (mil.J file, platoon,
-owy
f
*' - ogieAf platoon firing.
piniyc
^^ to prosper, thrive.
plwallc
^? to spit, spawl.
-CZ
7
spitter. -wnie
'J
spitting.
plwocina^,
spittle, spawl, saliva.
piycina^,
panel (of a door).
piyn
"y fluid, liquor.
*ac ^
to
flow; swim; sail; (o czasiej pass
(away); krew
<ie
mu z nosa, he
bleeds at the nose, -wienie
'J
flowing; sailing.
ptynn'iie
"? fluently ; easily ; m6'
wic rie, to speak fluently,
-osc
*i
fluidity;
(fig.J
fluency; (gram.)
liquidity,
-.y
f
fluid, liquid;
(fig.)
fluent.
plyt
";
-^a^,
plate, slap.
ptytkili
f
shallow, flat;
(fig.)
superficial, feebleminded, insipid.
*0<*p6halIowy,llatly;8uperficially,
184 piytko^6
M.0'8C^ shallowness
;
^/i^
J
insipi-
dity.
ptjTwallc ^
to swim ; float,
cki
?
swimming . . .
.cz
"^
swimmer
;
('figj
braggart.
-czka
^, female
swimmer
;
('fam.J
swimming.
k
*?
swimmer. -.nie ^
swimming;
szJcota
>ula,
swimming-school.
pne,
^1 od jsioJ.
pneumatyllczny
?
pneumatic.
^ka^,
pneumatics.
pnillak
"^
trunk, stock, stem.
*OWy
? trunk
...,
stock ...
po ^^ (^ 3. przypadkiem zaimka
lubprzymiotnikaj after the fashion
of; according to; (ubranyj ~
angielsku, .
.
. after the English
fashion; (wszystko idziej ^ jego
woli, according to' his will ; /'z 4.
przypj up to
;
fsiedziec we wodziej
m, azyjp, ... up to the nock;
fz
7.
przypjm; through; after; over.
chodzic m> koiciotachf to visit the
churches; jezdzic . kraju, to
travel through the country; juz
f lekcyi, the lesson is over. Ten
przyimek tg.czac sip ze siowami:
1) zamienia siowa niedokonane na
dokonane n. p.:
dzi^kowac, po-
dzifkowac, to thank;
2J
rozszerza
czynnoic siowa na wszystkie osoby
lub prztdmioty pewnem miejscem
objpte n. p. ginac, to perish;
jfogineli
,
they all perished
;
3
J rozciaga czynnosc siowa na cata
przestrzen n. p. iielic scianp^ to
whiten the wall; pobielic scianf,
to whiten the whole wall.
pobaiamucic
""^
to craze (the
brain); entangle.
pobawic
'"V'
to stay, abide, m,
si
^r
to divert oneself for a
pobiala*",
glaze, varnish, [while.
pobillC
^?^
fnieprzyjacielaj to beat,
defeat; murder (all); to scourge;
^fceczfc^^tohoop.
*csi^rtocome
to blows,
cie
"
fnieprzyjacielaj
conquest; (beczkij hooping, -r*.
i \
scuffle.
pobrzezny
dobielldz, *giiac
^V"
to run upon,
hasten to.
^inoso
^, agility;
superficialness.
*.4ny ^
slight,
superficial; quick, agile,
pobielllacz^
whitewasher; tinner.
^anie
"
tinning,
any
f
glazed^
tinned,
-ec
^^ to grow pale.
-ic, ac
"^^f
to whiten.-* <-cyn,
to tin.
pobierac
""^
to receive (salary),
pobijac
""f
fdachdwkamij to tile;
fbeczkej hoop,
pobiaazllenie
^
aberance, strajc
-'ic
^? to lose one's way, stray,
pobladllly
f
pale,
nac ^
to
turn pale,
pobtazllac
^^ (komu) to show in-
dulgence to, connive at.
-.ajacy
?
indulgent, forbearing.
'anie
*
indulgence, forbearance,
poblillzki
? near
; -^i'^^w -^u near
(at hand).
A-zkosc
^ nearness,
proximity,
pobtogostawic
"^f
to bless, to
give the benediction,
poboczny?
collateral; adjoining;
(jur.) illegitimate, natural,
pobojowisko
"
battle-field,
poblldr^
tax; Cpodatkow) \&\yin%\
CwojskaJ levy, draft,
^orca
"^
tax-gatherer.
'Orowy ?
tax..,,
of taxes.
poboznilis ^
religionist, pietist.
-^-osc
^ piety, devotion,
y
^
pious, religious,
pobrac
"""
to seize, take away (all).
*'
sie ^
to marry,
pobratllac si
"T
to fraternise.
-any
f
fraternised,
ymczy
?
cognate, affinitive, related, -y-'
miec
'^ fraterniser.
'ymstwo
fraternity, affinity,
pobrudzic
^?^
to soil, dirty,
pobryzgac
""^
(woda) to sprinkle
over; (biotemj splasli.
pobrzfkiwac
T
to chink, jingle
(now and then).
pobrzez|| 1
coast, shore, littoral,
XW ?
littoral.
pabudka
pcbadllka
', impulse, motive, in-
centive; /'i7u7.> reveille,
-vliwosc',
excitability,
-.liwy ?
excitable.
pobttdowaC
^"
to built, erect
si^
^r
to build a house for
oneself.
pobudzflenie ^
excitement,
ic,
ac
^^ to insist, impel, actuate,
ic
^f
to wake (all).
pobujac
^V"
to flutter, rove about.
poburzyc,
vid. podburzyd.
pobyilc
^^ to abide, stay,
-t

abode, stay, sojourn.
pocalllowac^?^ to kiss,
'^owaiue'7
kissing; kiss; da6 -.-*., to kiss.
''Unek
"
kiss.
pochlebllca.-nik.-nis'; flatterer,
adulator,
-iac, *'ic
^f
to flatter.
-^ Bohie^ to flatter oneself; to
imagine, fancy,
-nica, -nisia
*",
flatterer, female flatterer,
-^nie'^f
flatteringly
; to jest dUt mnie
*,
that flatters me.
-,ny
"
flattering,
adulatory.
-stwo 7 flattery,
adulation.
pochlonac
'"^
to swallow up, de-
vour, consume.
pochlubic sie
^? fcztmj to boast
of, glory in."
poclmnimllO
"-}
^O
na niebie, the
sky clouds over.
*.0SC
^, cloudi-
ness,
^y ^
cloudy, clouded.
poch6d
"I
march, procession.
pochodnia^i
torch.
pocholjdny" derived.
-dzenie'J
extraction, descent; (gramJ deri-
vation,
'dzic
^^ to descend
;
(o wyrazachj to be derived;
fw
Bukni etc.) to wear for a time.
dzisto etc.
vid.