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BABBLE -- babillar (-aci, -ada)

BABE, BABY -- bebé, infante (-ie)

BABEL -- babel

BABOON -- paviane

BACCHALAUREATE -- baccalaureat

BACCHANAL -- debochant

BACHELOR -- celibo; (graduate) baccalaureo

BACILLUS -- bacille

BACK -- dorse, parte posteriori. AT THE ~ OF: detra. TO COME ~: revenir, retornar. TO ~PEDAL: retropedalar; v. (a horse) retroducter; (intr.) retropassuar; (sails) baccar; (support) suportar, subtener

BACKBITE -- calumniar

BACKBONE -- spine dorsal

BACKGAMMON -- trictrac

BACKGROUND -- funde

BACKSHEESH -- bakchich

BACKSIDE -- cul

BACKSLIDE -- rebeller, apostasiar. BACKSLIDER: apostatico

BACKSTAIRS -- detra-scaliere

BACKWARD, TO BE -- * aprender desfacilmen

BACKWARDS -- retro-. ~ AND FORWARDS: a ci e ta

BACKWATER -- aqua barrat

BACON -- larde

BACTERIA -- bacteries

BAD -- mal, malin, maliciosi, putrid

BAD-TEMPERED -- malhumorat

BADGE -- signe, marca; (of rank) insigne

BADGER -- taxon; v. molestar, tormentar

BADINAGE -- jocada, burleríe

BAFFLE -- confuser, impedir, frustrar. BAFFLING: mocant, confusent

BAG -- sac; (purse) borse; (lady's handbag) recitul; (valise) valise

BAGATELLE -- bagatelle

BAGGAGE -- bagage

BAGGY -- sacatri, sacformi

BAGPIPE -- cornamuse

BAIL -- garante. TO GO ~ FOR: garantir; (sum of money) caution

BAILIFF -- economo, intendante; sheriff

BAIRN -- infante, filie

BAIT -- lure; v. lurar; (annoy) provocar

BAIZE -- bayette

BAKE -- cocinar, panificar; (harden) indurar

BAKERY -- panería

BALANCE -- (poise) equilibrie; (of scales) balancie; (comm.) bilancie, saldo; (remainder) reste; v. egalisar, equilibrar; (swing) balansar; (accounts) bilanciar

BALCONY -- balcon

BALD -- nud, calvi

BALDHEAD -- calvon

BALDACHIN -- baldachine

BALDERDASH -- nonsense, galimatias

BALE -- n. pacca, balle; v. inballar; (a boat) eversar li aqua

BALEFUL -- funest

BALK -- obstructer, impedir; n. (timber) trave

BALL -- globul; (firearms) bul (games) balle; (of foot) tenare; (of yarn) pelote; (dance) ball

BALLAD -- ballade, canzon

BALLAST -- ballast

BALLET -- ballette

BALLOON -- ballon

BALLOT -- v. balotar (-ation, -ament)

BALM -- balsam (-ic)

BALUSTER -- balustre (-ade)

BAMBOO -- bambú

BAMBOOZLE -- dupar, fraudar

BAN -- v. bannir, proscrir (-ition), interdieter (-ion); n. bann

BANAL -- banal (-itá)

BANANA -- banane

BAND -- bande; (mus.) capelle, orchestre; (of soldiers etc.) truppe, bande, gruppe; v. atruppar se, junter se

BANDAGE -- bandage; v. bandagear

BANDIT -- bandite, brigante

BANDOLIER -- bandoliere

BAND-BOX -- chapel-buxe

BANDY -- v. jettar a ci e ta, exchangear. ~LEGGED: convex-gambat

BANE -- venen, ruine. ~FUL: venenosi, desutil

BANG -- crac, detonation; (blow) colpe, batte. TO ~ ONE ABOUT: mal tractar

BANGLE -- brasselette

BANISH -- bannir (-iment), proscrir, exiliar; (sorrow) forchassar

BANISTER -- balustre (-ade)

BANJO -- banjó

BANK -- (fin.) bank (-ero); (embankment) diga; (of earth) altage; (of river) rive; (slope) declive, scarpette; v. deposir in li bank, inbankar

BANKNOTE -- bank-billet

BANKRUPT -- a. bancrott; n. bancrotte, bankrupt ie

BANNER -- baniere, standarte

BANQUET -- banquette (-ar), festine

BANTAM -- bantam

BANTER -- persiflar, tirellar, jocar

BAPTISE -- baptisar. BAPTISM: baptisa, baptisme (-al)

BAR -- (of wood, metal) barre, pal, lingot; (bolt) clud-bolte; (mus.) mesura; (publichouse) bar, bufete; (toll-) barriere; (law) corte, tribunale. HE WAS EDUCATED FOR THE ~: il ha studiat (li) jure; v. impedir, barrar; incombrar

BARB -- croc

BARBARIAN -- barbero (-ic, -ie, -isar)

BARBER -- barbero, rasator

BARBICAN -- garda-turre, watch-turre, barbacan

BARD -- bardo (-ic)

BARE -- nud, simplic; (empty) vacui; (mean) mesquin, miserabil; v. nudar; decoltar

BAREFACED -- ínpudent, audaci, arogant

BAREFOOTED -- nudipedi, nudipedat

BAREHEADED -- nudicapat

BARELY -- apen

BARGAIN -- (agreement) arangeament, negocie; (cheap purchase) un modic compra: v. negociar, merc(ach)ar. INTO THE ~: adplu

BARGE -- barge (-ero), canal-bote

BARITONE -- bariton

BARIUM -- barium

BARK -- (boat) barca, nave; (of dog) aboya; (tree) cortice; v. aboyar; (trees) decorticar

BARLEY -- hordeo

BARM -- leven

BARN -- graniere

BARNACLE -- (goose) barnacle; (crustacean) cirripede

BAROMETER -- barometre (-ic)

BARON -- baron (-essa)

BAROQUE -- baroc

BARQUE -- barca

BARRACKS -- baracca, caserne

BARRAGE -- barrage

BARREL -- baril; (tun) tonel; (of gun) fusiltube

BARREN -- steril (-itá), ínfertil, ínfecund; desert, ínhabitat

BARRICADE -- barricade (-ar)

BARRIER -- barriere

BARRISTER -- avocate

BARROW -- (mound) tumul; (wheel-) pussacarrette

BARTER -- n. troc (-ar); exchangear

BASALT -- basalte

BASE -- base, funde; (pedestal) socle; a. bass, vil, abject

BASEMENT -- etage subterran, cava

BASH -- v. batter

BASHFUL -- pudic, timid

BASIC -- basic, fundamental, elementari

BASIN -- cope, scudelle, vase; bassine; (wash-) lavuore

BASIS -- base

BASK -- v. insolar se; n. Basco

BASKET -- corbe (-ero)

BAS-RELIEF -- bass-relief

BASS -- (fish) perche; (bast) bast; (mus.) basse; (singer) bassist

BASSOON -- basson

BAST -- bast, fibre

BASTARD -- bastarde

BASTE -- versar grasse sur, arosear

BASTION -- bastion

BAT -- (cricket) bat; (mammal) mus-volant

BATCH -- gruppe, serie; (bread) fornade

BATH -- balne; (vessel) balnuore. ~ROOM: chambre balneari. BATHS: balnería, piscine

BATHE -- balnear; inmerser

BATMAN -- servitor de oficero; soldate de ordonantie

BATRACHIAN -- batracian

BATTALION -- battallion

BATTEN -- n. latte; v. grassijar

BATTER -- v. batter, dismartellar; n. farin-pasta

BATTERING-RAM -- assalt-ramme

BATTERY -- batterie

BATTLE -- battallie, combatte

BATTLElMENTS -- bastion, parapete, crenel

BATTLEDORE AND SHUTTLECOCK -- rácket e volante

BAUBLE -- auripelle, ludette, bagatelle

BAULK -- n. trave

BAWD -- copulero. BAWDY: lasciv

BAWL -- clamar, criachar, crialliar

BAY -- bay, golfe; (tree) lauriero; (arch.) alcove; a. rubi-brun, rubatri, bai; v. aboyar, beyar

BAYONET -- bayonette

BAZAAR -- bazar

BE -- v. esser, exister; (of health) standar

BEACH -- plage, borde; v. strandar

BEACON -- fares turre lucent; (on a hill) fanale; (at sea) boye, signal-marca, mar-signe

BEAD -- perle, globette

BEADLE -- pedello; servitor de tribunale; (church) intendante

BEAGLE -- chass-cane

BEAK -- bec

BEAKER -- cope; (goblet) calice, bocale

BEAM -- radie; (wood) trave; (of scales) brasse; v. radiar

BEAN -- faseol; (broad-) fabe

BEAR 1.|BEAR -- (animal) urso (-a)

BEAR 2.|BEAR -- (carry) portar; (give birth to) parturir, dar nascentie a; (endure) suffrer, tolerar, suportar; (fruit) portar. TO ~ TO WINDWARD: luvear; TO ~ WITNESS: atestar

BEARD -- barbe. BEARDED: barbat

BEARING -- statura, postura; (mech.) suporte

BEARINGS -- (Heraldry) insigne. TO TAKE ~: orientar se

BEAST -- bestie, animale; (pejor.) brute. ~ OF PREY: bestie predatori

BEASTLY -- bestial, repugnant, abominabil

BEAT -- v. batter, bastonar, frappar; (of pulse) pulsar; (surpass) superar; (conquer) victer; (eggs) quirlar; (heart) palpitar; (~ the airj frappar in vacuitá.

BEATEN TRACK -- trantran; n. batte, grappa; (mus.) tacte

BEATIFIC -- beatific

BEATITUDE -- beatitá. BEATITUDES: ~

BEAU -- dandy, eleganto, amanto; cortesan

BEAUTIFUL -- bell (a-ar, -itá)

BEAVER -- castor; (helmet) visiere

BECALM -- calmar. TO BE BECALMED: esser haltat de calme

BECAUSE -- pro que. ~ OF: caus, pro

BECK -- riverette; (nod) signe

BECOME -- devenir; (beseem) decer, convener

BED -- lette; (hort.) bed; (a layer) strate; v. plantar, inbedar. TO GO TO ~: inlettar

BEDAUB -- pictachar, sordidar

BEDECK -- ornar, decorar

BEDIZEN -- ornachar, pomponar se

BEDLAM -- hospitale de alienates; tumultu, pandemonie

BEDOUIN -- beduin (-a, -o)

BEDRAGGLE -- insordidar

BEDROOM -- lett-chambre, dormitoria

BEDSTEAD -- lette-frame, lettiere

BEE -- ape (-iere). HDMBLE ~: burdon. BEE-KEEPING: apicultura

BEECH -- fago

BEEF -- carne bovin, bovine. -STEAK: bifstec

BEER -- bir

BEESWAX -- cire apin

BEETLE -- scarabe; (cockroach) blatte

BEETROOT -- bet-rap

BEFALL -- evenir, accider

BEFIT -- convener, decer

BEFOG -- invelopar in nebul; confuser

BEFORE -- (place) avan- (time or place) ante; (already) ja; (in the presence of) córam; (previously) antey; (conj.) ante que. ~ HE CAME: ante que il arivat. ~HAND: in ante, in avanse, antecipatmen

BEFOUL -- sordidar, macular

BEFRIEND -- protecter, patronisar

BEG -- (alms) mendicar; (request) petir, suplicar, implorar

BEGET -- geniter, procrear, generar

BEGGAR -- mendico; v. apovrar. TO ~ ALL DESCRIPTION: superar omni descrition

BEGGARLY -- miserabil

BEGIN -- comensar, iniciar. BEGINNING: comense

BEGONE -- for!, via!

BEGONIA -- begonie

BEGRIME -- (in)sordidar, nigrar

BEGRUDGE -- invidiar

BEGUILE -- (time) passar, acurtar; (delude) decepter, dupar

BEHALF -- profite, avantage. ON ~ OF: in nómine de, por

BEHAVE -- conduir se

BEHAVIOUR -- conduida

BEHEAD -- decapitar (-ation)

BEHEST -- ordon, decrete, comanda

BEHIND -- (prep.) detra; (adv.) in detra. TO LEAVE ~: poslassar, lassar detra. TO LOCK ~: regardar circum se; n. cul, posteriore

BEHOLD -- vider, spectar, regardar. BEHOLD!: vi!

BEHOVE -- convener

BEING -- (creature) ente, creatura; natura, essentie. IN ~: existent

BELABOUR -- bastonar

BELATED -- retardat

BELAUD -- laudar, glorificar

BELAY -- securar, amarrar

BELCH -- ructar. TO ~ OUT: expulser, erupter, exsputar BELDAME: sorciarda

BELEAGUER -- assediar

BELFRY -- cloch-turre, clochiere

BELIE -- refutar, dementir

BELIEF -- crede(ntie); conviction

BELIEVE -- creder; (opine) opiner. TO MAKE ~: ficter

BELITTLE -- depreciar

BELL -- cloche; (hand -) tintinette; (of flower) cálice. BELL-CLAPPER: battente. DOOR ~: sonette

BELLE -- bella

BELLICOSE -- guerraci, puniaci, combattaci

BELLIED -- corpulent, ventrut

BELLIGERENT -- a. guerreant, hostil; n. guerreante

BELLOW -- muir (-ida)

BELLOWS -- sufflette, suffluore

BELLY -- ventre, abdómine

BELONG -- apartener

BELONGINGS -- possedage, proprieté

BELOVED -- car, amat, carissim; n. cara, caro

BELOW -- (prep.) sub; (adv.) infra, in infra. HERE ~: ci bass

BELT -- cintura

BELVEDERE -- belvedere

BEMOAN -- deplorar, regretar, lamentar

BENCH -- banca; (leg) tribunale; (carp.) rabotuore

BEND -- v. flexer; inclinar. TO ~ A SAIL: ligar un segle al yarde; n. curve, node

BENEATH -- (prep. sub. adv.) (in)infra; (unworthy of) indigni de

BENEDICTION -- benedition

BENEFACTION -- beneficie, bon action

BENEFACTOR -- benefator

BENEFICENT -- benificent (-ie), charitativ

BENEFICIAL -- util, salubri

BENEFIT -- beneficie, avantage, profite; v. avantagear

BENEVOLENT -- benvolent (-ie)

BENIGN(ANT) -- benigni, clement, afabil

BENT -- a. curvat; n. inclination

BENT-GRASS -- agrostide

BENUMB -- far ínsensibil, stupefar, congelar; (med.) narcotisar

BENZIN -- benzine

BEQUEATH -- legar, testar (-ator)

BEQUEST -- legate, testate

BEREAVE -- privar, rapter

BERET -- berete

BERRY -- bere

BERTH -- lette; (dock) dock; (employment) piazza, oficie

BERYL -- berille

BESEECH -- implorar, suplicar

BESEEM -- decer, convener

BESET -- circumdar, persecuter; (siege) assediar

BESIDE -- (prep.) apu, proxim; except, exter

BESIDES -- (adv.) ultra to, in ultra, adplu. ~ FRENCH HE ALSO SPEAKS SPANISH: ultra francesi il parla anc hispan

BESIEGE -- assediar, circumpresser

BESMEAR -- sordidar, macular

BESOM -- balaye

BESOTTED -- bestialisat

BESPATTER -- surspruzzar

BESPEAK -- comendar (in ante)

BESPRINKLE -- asperser, surspruzzar

BEST -- a. optim, max bon, bonissim; v. superar, victer

BESTIAL -- bestial (-itá), brutal

BESTIR ONESELF -- mo(v)er se, activentar se

BESTOW -- (dis)donar, dar; (apply) usar

BESTREW -- disjettar sur

BESTRIDE -- surseder con gambes furcat

BET -- n. pari (-ar)

BETAKE ONESELF TO -- ear a

BETHINK -- pripensar; (call to mind) rememorar

BETIDE -- evenir. WOE ~ HIM!: ve a il!

BETIMES -- tost, in bon témpor

BETOKEN -- signar, indicar; (mean) significar

BETRAY -- trahir; (show) monstrar, revelar; (seduce) seducter

BETROTH -- sponder

BETTER -- melior, plu bon; (health) plu san; v. ameliorar

BETWEEN -- ínter. ~DECKS: interponte

BEVEL -- bisel, plan inclinat, borde obliqui; v. biselar (-at)

BEVERAGE -- trincage

BEVY -- truppe, banda; turbe

BEWAIL -- deplorar, lamentar

BEWARE -- gardar se (contra)

BEWILDER -- confuser, inbrolliar

BEWITCH -- insorciar, fascinar

BEYOND -- ultra; trans; (past) préter

BI- -- bi-annual, -furcat, -lateral etc.

BIAS -- inclination, partialitá, tendentie, predilection. BIASSED AGAINST: prejudiciat contra. FREE FROM ~: ínpartial

BIB -- bavette

BIBLE -- bible (-ic)

BIBLIO- -- biblio-grafie, -maniac

BICEPS -- biceps

BICKER -- querellar

BICYCLE -- bicicle

BID -- v. comandar, ordonar; (invite) invitar; desirar; (auction) ofertar; proposir

BIDE -- atender; (re)maner

BIER -- portuore

BIFURCATE -- bifurcar (-ation)

BIG -- grand, gross, imensi, vast

BIGAMY -- bigamie (-ist)

BIGHT -- golfe; (of rope) baya

BIGOT -- bigott (-eríe)

BILBERRY -- mirtille

BILE -- bilie (-ari, -osi)

BILGE -- ventre (de baril); (naut.) bilge

BILK -- fraudar; evader

BILL -- (account) conto, factura; (beak) bee; (Parl.) lege-projecte; (poster) afiche. ~ OF CREDIT: credit-lettre. ~ OF EXCHANGE: tratte, lettre de cambio. ~ OF FARE: menú

BILLET -- (office) oficie; (lodging) logiment, quartere

BILLIARDS -- billiarde. ~ CUE: baston. ~ BALL: billiard-bul

BILLION -- ~

BILLOW -- n. unde; v. undear

BIN -- buxe, chest

BIND -- ligar, bandar; incadernar; (compel) obligar. TO ~ UP: bandagear

BINNACLE -- bussoliere, compassiere

BIO- -- bio-grafie, -logie, -plasma

BIRCH -- (tree) betul; v. vergar

BIRD -- avie. ~CAGE: aviere. ~LIME: avie-colla, ~ OF PREY: avie predatori. ~ OF PASSAGE: avie passatori

BIRTH -- nascentie. ~DAY: aniversarie. TO GIVE ~ TO: dar nascentie a, parturir

BISCUIT -- ~

BISECT -- bisecter (-ion, -or)

BISHOP -- epíscop (-al, -atu, -ia)

BISMUTH -- bismute

BISON -- ~

BIT -- pezze, fragment; (horses) morse; (for brace) fora-pezze

BITCH -- cana

BITE -- morder; (sting) picar; (chew) machar; n. morsura

BITT -- (naut.) ~

BITTER -- amari, acerb, acri

BITTERN -- butor

BITUMEN -- bitúmine (-osi)

BIVOUAC -- bivac (-ar)

BIZARRE -- bizarri (-eríe), grotesc

BLAB -- babillar; revelar

BLACK -- a. nigri; v. (boots) cirar

BLACKAMOOR -- negro

BLACK-BEETLE -- blatte

BLACKBERRY -- brambere, rúbus

BLACKBIRD -- merle

BLACK-CURRANT -- nigri crusbere, cassis (-iero)

BLACKEN -- (de)nigrar

BLACK-FLY -- afise

BLACKGUARD -- fripon, rascale, malard, laceron

BLACKHEAD -- cometon

BLACKING -- cire

BLACKLEAD -- grafite; (pencil) crayon

BLACK-LEG -- renegate

BLACKMAIL -- chantage (-ear)

BLACKPUDDING -- sangue-salsice

BLACKSMITH -- ferre-forjero, huf-forjero

BLACKTHORN -- prunelle (-iero)

BLADDER -- vessic; (skin) pustul

BLADE -- (bot.) folie; (knife) lame

BLAME -- blama; v. blamar (-abil). BLAMELESS: ínreprochabil

BLANCH -- paller; (tr.) pallidar

BLANCMANGE -- lacte-gelé, blamange

BLAND -- suavi, mild

BLANDISHMENT -- flattada

BLANK -- a. blanc, nud, nett; (paper) blanc, inusat. ~CARTRIDGE: cartuche ciec. ~ VERSE: verse sin rimes. HIS MEMORY HAS BECOME A ~: il ha totmen perdit su memorie

BLANKET -- lett-covritura, lanin covriment (de lette)

BLARE -- muir; (of trumpet) sonar, trumpetar

BLASE -- blasat

BLASPHEME -- blasfemar (-ation), maledir BLAST: (wind) burasca, vent-colpe, ventepussa; explosion; (blight) peste); (trumpet) sonada- v. ruinar, far exploder, fracassar; (injure) nocer

BLAST-FURNACE -- fond-forne

BLATANT -- bruient, belant

BLAZE -- v. flammear; (light) lucer, brilliar; n. brase

BLAZER -- flanell-jaque

BLAZON -- blason, emblema, insigne. BLAZONRY: heraldica, arte de blason

BLEACH -- devenir pallid; v. a. pallidar, ablancar

BLEAK -- desert, frigid; trist

BLEAR-EYED -- con nebulat ocules, con humid ocules

BLEAT -- v. belar, blecar

BLEED -- sanguar (-ation)

BLEMISH -- macul, defecte; v. defigurar, macular

BLEND -- v. mixter (-ura)

BLESS -- benedir (-ition). BLESSED: beat, felici

BLIGHT -- (plants) peste; degeneration; v. frustrar; (wither; far marcir

BLIND -- a. ciec. ~ ALLEY: ciec-via, sac-strade; n. persiane, rul-cortine; pretexte; v. aciecar; dazlar

BLINK -- v. palpebrar, oculettar; n. palpebrada; (naut.) blinc

BLINKERS -- para-ocul, garda-ocul

BLISS -- beatitá, delicie

BLISTER -- vesicul (-ari); v. tumer, tumescer; v. a. tumefar

BLITHE -- gay, alegri

BLIZZARD -- nive-storm, blizzard

BLOATED -- inflat, tumid

BLOATER -- fumicat harengo

BLOB -- bul(ette). globul

BLOCK -- bloc (-ar), trunc

BLOCKADE -- blocada

BLOCKHEAD -- stulton, ínepton

BLOND(E) -- blond(a)

BLOOD -- sangue; (lineage) rasse, devenientie. ~THIRSTY: sangue-avid, feroci. ~ VESSEL: vene

BLOOD-HOUND -- cane flaratori

BLOODY -- sanguin, sanguinari

BLOOM -- n. flor; (on fruit) pruine; (freshness) friscore; v. florear, florescer; prosperar

BLOSSOM -- n. flor; v. florescer

BLOT -- n. macul (-ar); v. (letter) siccar. TO ~ OUT: extinter, efaciar, destructer

BLOTTING-PAPER -- papere siccativ

BLOUSE -- bluse

BLOW -- n. colpe, batte, sucusse; (of wind) soffle. ~ PIPE: suffla-tube; v. sufflar; (gasp) anhelar. TO ~ OVER: passar, preterear. TO ~ UP: exploder. TO ~ ONE'S NOSE: sufflar se li nase

BLUBBER -- balen-grasse; v. plorachar

BLUDGEON -- clobbe: v. bastonar

BLUE -- blu (-atri), azur

BLUEBOTTLE -- carne-mosca

BLUFF -- a. grossieri, rud, franc; abrupt; n. cliff; (bluffing) bluff; v. decepter, dupar, bluffar

BLUNDER -- erra, defecte, fals passu; v. errar; ear inhabilmen; (stumble) mispassuar

BLUNT -- obtusi, desacut; abrupt; v. blasar

BLUR -- v. nebular

BLURT OUT -- parlar íncautmen, revelar

BLUSH -- v. rubijar. TO PUT TO THE ~: ahontar, far hontar

BLUSTER -- v. tumultuar, bruir; bru-parlar, fanfaronar

BOA -- ~

BOAR -- apro, svin savagi

BOARD -- planca; (naut.) bord;(bookbinding) carton; (blackboard) tabul; (food) nutritura, pension; (governing body) direction, comité, comission; v. (a ship) abordar; (put up) albergar

BOARDER -- pensionario

BOARDING-HOUSE -- pension

BOAST -- v. fanfaronar (-ada); glorificar

BOAT -- bote, chalupe. PLAT-BOTTOMED ~: pram. TO BE IN THE SAME ~: navigar in li sam bote

BOATSWAIN -- mastro, submastro

BOB -- v. saltettar

BOBBIN -- bobine, spul

BODE -- augurar; ominar

BODICE -- corsage

BODKIN -- lace-agullie, agullion, pistel

BODY -- córpor; (corpse) cadavre; (person) individue, person; (substance) substantie; (heavenly -) astre. IN A ~: junt

BOG -- palude, morasse

BOGEY -- fantomache, cobold

BOGGLE -- hesitar, haver scrupules

BOGIE -- ~

BOGUS -- fals, fictiv, pretextat

BOIL -- n. furuncul, tumore; v. bollir; v. a. bollientar, cocinar. TO ~ OVER: sputar in (li) foy

BOILER -- caldron, caldiere, bolliere

BOISTEROUS -- tumultuosi, vehement, impetuosi, rud

BOLD -- audaci, corageosi; temerari, insolent

BOLE -- trunc

BOLLARD -- amarruore, bitt

BOLSTER -- cussine, plum-matrasse; v. stuffar; suportar

BOLT -- ~ (of door) clud-bolt; v. boltar, fixar per boltes; (abscond) currer for

BOMB -- bombe. BOMBER: bombavion, porta-bombes

BOMBARD -- bombardar (-ament)

BOMBAST -- ~ (-ic)

BONA FIDE -- genuin; in bon fide

BOND -- (tie) bande; (legal) contracte; (money) obligation. GOODS IN ~: merces subject a doane. BONDS: catenes

BONDAGE -- captivitá, sclaveríe, servitude

BONE -- osse (-in, -osi, -ament, -age, -ificar) ~ OF CONTENTION: pom de discordie; v. desossar

BONFIRE -- foy, festa-foy

BON-MOT -- esprite, "bon-mot"

BONNET -- cofie

BONNY -- jolli, pretti

BONUS -- premie, extra dividende

BOOBY -- plumpon, rustico

BOOK -- libre, tom. BOOKISH: studiaci, pedantic. ~BINDER: ligator, brochator. ~CASE: librescaf. ~KEEPER: tentor de libres. ~SELLER: librero. ~SHOP: librería. ~WORM: libreverme. ~MARK

BOOM -- tónnere, brue; (naut.) fuste, sprit; (comm.) altie; v. resonar, tonnerar

BOOMERANG -- bumerang

BOON -- favore, bene, beneficie

BOOR -- ínculto, rurano, paisano

BOOT -- botte; profite, avantage. ~TREE: gambale

BOOTH -- bude, butíca

BOOTMAKER -- sapatero, bottero

BOOTY -- raptallia, captura

BOOZE -- trine(ach)ar

BORAX -- ~

BORDER -- borde, límite, born; (of country) frontiera; (hem) orle; (adjoin) adjacer; (a dress) garnir, bordurar, orlar

BORE -- (of gun) tube; (person) tedon, enoyanto; v. (drill) forar, perforar; (weary) enoyar

BORN -- nascet. TO BE ~: nascer

BOROUGH -- borgo

BORROW -- pruntar (-ation, -ator)

BOSCAGE -- ~

BOSH -- nonsense, stultie

BOSOM -- sinu; (fig.) gremie

BOSS -- patron, mastro; (hump) boss, túbere

BOTANIC -- ~ (-o)

BOTANY -- botanica (-al)

BOTCH -- bosillar (-atura, -age)

BOTH -- ambi. BOTH - AND -: é ... é

BOTHER -- v. vexar, incomodar, trublar, tedar. TO ~ ABOUT: suciar

BOTTLE -- botelle; v. inbotellar

BOTTOM -- funde, base; (ground) suol, grunde; (of depth) profundage; (chair etc.) sede

BOTTOMRY -- bodmeríe

BOUDOIR -- buduore

BOUGH -- branche, rame

BOULDER -- rocca, rul-petre

BOULEVARD -- bulevard

BOUNCE -- retrosaltar, ricochettar

BOUND -- (a leap) salta; (obliged) obligat; ~ FOR: destinat a; v. saltar; (limit); bornar. BOUNDS; límite, born

BOUNDARY -- frontiere, límite

BOUNTEOUS -- generosi, liberal

BOUNTY -- generositá; (payament) gratiment

BOUQUET -- buquete; (wine) aroma

BOURGEOIS -- a. borgesi; n. borgese

BOUT -- serie, torn, vez

BOVINE -- bovin

BOW -- (bend) arc, curve; (of ship) proa; (of ribbon) node current; (violin) arc; v. bassar se; (the knee) flexer li genú, genuar, genuflecter; inclinar se, far reverentie

BOWLEGGED -- convex-gambat

BOWELS -- intestines, intrallia, visceres

BOWER -- pergola, laube

BOWL -- n. scudelle, vase, potte; (glass) cope; (game of bowls) bul; v. rular li bul

BOWLINE -- buline

BOWLING-GREEN -- bul-gazon

BOWSPRIT -- busprite

BOX -- (container) buxe, estuche, chest, seatulle; (trunk) coffre; (theatre) loge; (on ear) guanciade; (tree) busso; v. boxar (-aro). TO ~ UP: inscatullar; (ears) guanciar

BOY -- púer, garson, infanto, yuno, boy

BOYCOTT -- boycotte (-ar)

BOYSCOUT -- ~

BRACE -- (carp.) torna-forette; (naut.) brasse; (pair) pare; v. tender, infortiar

BRACELET -- brasselette

BRACES -- bretelle, porta-pantalon

BRACING -- refriscant, restaurant

BRACKEN -- filice

BRACKET -- (typ.) crampon, parantese; (shelf) planca; (support) suporte; v. cuplar

BRACKISH -- salinatri

BRACT -- bractea

BRADAWL -- alen

BRAG -- v. fanfaronar (-ada, -eríe)

BRAGGART -- fanfaron

BRAID -- pasment (-ar, -eríe); (on uniforms) galon

BRAILS -- (naut.) cordes, cargatores

BRAIN -- cerebre (-al); v. fracassar li cerebre a. ~WAVE: inspiration, idé

BRAKE -- fren (-ar)

BRAMBLE -- brambere, rúbus (-iero)

BRAN -- ~

BRANCH -- branche, rame; (business) filiale, sucursale; v. ramificar se, bifurcar se

BRAND -- stigma (-tisar); (comm.) marca, signe; (kind) sorte, specie; (burning wood) brandon. FIRE ~: incendiard, impetuoso. ~ NEW: blanc-nov; v. brul-marcar, inbrular

BRANDISH -- brandisser (-ement)

BRANDY -- brandie, aquavite

BRASS -- latune

BRAT -- infantache

BRAVADO -- fanfaronada, defiation

BRAVE -- corageosi, brav; v. bravar

BRAWL -- v. querellar vocosimen, rixar

BRAWN -- puré de carne, fortie musculari

BRAY -- criachar (quam ásino)

BRAZEN -- latunin; (fig.) ínpudent, insolent

BRAZIER -- brasiere

BREACH -- breche, ruptura; (split) fende

BREAD -- pane (-ero, -iere)

BREADTH -- largore, amplore

BREAK -- ruptura; (gap) lacune, intersticie. ~ OF DAY: aurora; (from work) pause; v. rupter, fracter; (as day) aparir, comensar. TO ~ IN PIECES: fracassar, dispezzar

BREAKER -- (wave) fractente

BREAKDOWN -- panne

BREAKFAST -- n. dejuné; v. dejunear

BREAKWATER -- rupte-unde, molo

BREAM -- brem

BREAST -- péctor (-al, -ite); (female breast) mamme; (bosom) sinu. ~PLATE: curasse. ~WORK: parapete

BREATH -- hala, spira, respiration; (a breath) halade. TO LOSE ONE'S ~: bar perdit li hala. IN THE SAME ~: in li sam hala

BREATHE -- (in)halar, respirar

BRED -- educat. WELL ~: bon educat

BREECH -- sede, cul

BREECHES -- culotte

BREED -- rasse, cultura; v. geniter, generar, reproducter se; (animals) elevar; (plants) cultivar

BREEDER -- cultor, elevero

BREEDING -- cultura, education

BREEZE -- brise

BREVIARY -- breviarium

BREVITY -- brevitá, curtitá

BREW -- fabricar, cocinar; (tea) infuser; (beer) brassar

BREWERY -- birería

BRIAR -- rose savagi

BRIBE -- subcomprar; corupter (-tion)

BRICK -- brique

BRIDE -- sponsa. ~GROOM: sponso. ~S MAID: sponsaria

BRIDGE -- ponte; (of nose) dorse; (of violin) cavallette; (card game) bridge; v. transportar

BRIDLE -- bride

BRIEF -- a. curt, brevi, efemeri; n. scrit comanda. IN ~: brevimen, in curt, in un parol. ~ CASE: porta-documentes

BRIG -- brigg

BRIGADE -- ~ (-ero)

BRIGAND -- brigante, bandite

BRIGANTINE -- scune-brigg

BRIGHT -- clar, lucid, limpid; (of spirit) gay alegri, inteligent

BRIGHTEN -- asserenar, clarificar, animar

BRILLIANT -- ~, splendid, lucent, eclatant

BRIM -- borde, margine. ~FULL: plen til (li) borde

BRIMSTONE -- súlfur

BRINDLED -- maculat

BRINE -- salaqua; solution de sale, murie

BRING -- aportar. TO ~ ABOUT: causar, obtener. TO ~ FORTH: parturir; producter, crear. TO ~ FORWARD: introducter; alegar. TO - UP: educar. TO ~ ROUND (a patient) restaurar

BRINK -- borde; (of river) rive

BRISK -- vivosi, vivaci, alegri, agil

BRISTLE -- setul, borste; v. herisser

BRITTLE -- fragil, fractíbil

BROACH -- v. (a cask) aperter; (a subject) ducter li conversation a, introducter

BROAD -- larg (-ore, a-ar); IN ~ DAYLIGHT: in plen jorne

BROADCAST -- v. difuser, emisser; (a report) divulgar; n. radio-difusion

BROCADE -- brocate

BROCCOLI -- cauliflor

BROCHURE -- brochura

BROCK -- taxon

BROGUE -- dialecte, accentu irlandesi o provincial

BROIL -- grillar; n. querelle

BROKEN -- ruptet, fractet; (language) ínperfect, spasmodic

BROKER -- curtagero; mediator

BROMIDE -- ~

BROMINE -- brom

BRONCHIAL -- ~

BRONCHITIS -- bronchite

BRONZE -- ~ (-in)

BROOCH -- broche

BROOD -- n. covatura, covallia; v. covar; meditar

BROOK -- riverette; v. tolerar

BROOM -- balaye; (bot.) genista

BROTH -- bullion; consommé

BROTHEL -- bordelle, lupanare

BROTHER -- fratre. ~HOOD: fraternité. ~LINESS: fraternitá. ~-IN-LAW: bel-fratre

BROW -- fronte; (eyebrow) brove

BROWBEAT -- intimidar, opresser

BROWN -- brun (-atri). ~PAPER: pacc-papere

BROWSE -- paster se

BRUISE -- contuser; aplastar; n. contusion

BRUIT ABROAD -- divulgar, rumorar

BRUNETTE -- a. brunetti; n. brunetta

BRUNT, TO BEAR THE -- * suportar li pesa, li max pesant colpe

BRUSH -- brosse; (painting brush) pinsel; (skirmish) scaramuche

BRUSHWOOD -- densallia

BRUSQUE -- brusqui (-tá, -eríe)

BRUTE -- ~ (-alt -alitá, -alisar)

BUBBLE -- bul; vessic; (comm.) fraude; v. brodular (-ation)

BUCCANEER -- pirate, corsare, bucanero

BUCK -- buc; (male deer) cervo. ~SKIN: bucpelisse. TO ~ UP: prender corage

BUCKET -- sitelle

BUCKLE -- fible (-ar)

BUCKLER -- scude

BUCKTHORN -- ramme

BUCKWHEAT -- saracen

BUCOLIC -- ~, pastoral

BUD -- burgeon (-ar)

BUDGE -- moer. DON'T ~!: stopp!

BUDGET -- budgete

BUFF -- yelbatri; n. buffle-cute

BUFFALO -- buffle

BUFFER -- para-choc, buffre

BUFFET -- bufete; (blow) colpe

BUFFOON -- buffon (-eríe)

BUG -- címice

BUGBEAR -- cochemare, fantom

BUGLE -- chass-corn, clarinette, bugle

BUILD -- v. constructer (-or, -ion); ~ UP: edificar

BUILDING -- edificie, construction

BULB -- (bot.) bulbe, túbere; (elect.) ampulle electric; lampe

BULGE -- v. protuberar, prominer; n. bosse, protuberantie

BULK -- pluparte; volúmine (-osi), masse; (size) grandore

BULKHEAD -- clusion

BULL -- bovo, tauro (-in, -eator, -ero); (papal) bulle. BULL'S EYE: cible-centre

BULLDOG -- bulldogg

BULLET -- bul, balle

BULLETIN -- bulletine

BULLFINCH -- pírrul

BULLION -- aure o argente in barres

BULLOCK -- bove castrat

BULLY -- brute, tiranno, rixard

BULRUSH -- glatt junc

BULWARK -- bastion, vall

BUMBLE-BEE -- burdon

BUMP -- batte, colpe, choc; (hump) bosse. HE BUMPED AGAINST A WALL: il chocat contra un mur

BUMPER -- plen glass; (rail.) parachoc, buffre

BUMPKIN -- plumpon, rustico

BUMPTIOUS -- ínmodest, fanfaronaci

BUMPY -- sucussiv

BUN -- panette

BUNCH -- amasse; (of berries) grappe, uve; (flowers) buquete

BUNDLE -- pacca; fasce

BUNG -- tapon

BUNGALOW -- dom de un etage

BUNGLE -- v. misfar, laborachar, bosillar (-ero, -age, -atura)

BUNION -- calle (-osi, -ositá)

BUNK -- dorm-banca

BUNKER -- carboniere

BUNKUM -- blaga, nonsense, vacui babillada

BUNTING -- flagga-drape

BUOY -- boye, balise

BUOYANT -- flottant; levi, gay

BURDEN -- carga, pesa; (abstract) charge; (naut.) cargo; (of song) refrane

BURDOCK -- bardane

BUREAU -- buró (-crate, -cratic), contor

BURGEON -- ~ (-ar)

BURGESS -- cive; (of a Borough) borgese

BURGLARY -- ruptefurte (-ard)

BURGOMASTER -- borgomastro

BURIAL -- sepultura, interration. ~GROUND: sepultoria

BURLESQUE -- a. burlesc; n. burlesca

BURLY -- robust, gross

BURN -- v. a. brular, incendiar; (intr.) arder, flagrar. combuster; n. (a wound) brulatura; (stream) riverette

BURNING-GLASS -- lupe

BURNISH -- brunir (-age, -itor, -ition), polir, far splender

BURROW -- tunnel de cunícul; v. excavar, fossar, tunnelar

BURSAR -- tresorero, cassero; (student) stipendiate

BURST -- fender (se), crevar, crepar, exploder. TO ~ INTO A ROOM: irupter in un chambre; n. ruptura, fensura

BURY -- interrar, sepulter, inhumar

BUS -- autobus, omnibus

BUSH -- bosco, arbuste; (copse) boscage. GOOD WINE NEEDS NO ~: bon merces lauda se self

BUSHEL -- ~

BUSHY -- densi, toffosi, capillut

BUSINESS -- afere(s), comercie; (transaction) negocie (-ar). ~LUCE: practic. ~MAN: comerciante

BUSKIN -- coturne

BUST -- buste

BUSTLE -- v. moer se o far alquo agilmen, ocupar se; n. brue, activitá

BUSY -- ocupat, activ, diligent; (street etc.) plan de movida

BUSYBODY -- importunard

BUT -- ma, except(et). ANYTHING ~: omno quam. ALL ~: presc

BUTCHER -- carnero, buchero

BUTLER -- chef servitor, cellarero

BUTT -- baril; (thrust) pussa. ~END: spess extremitá; cloppe; (object) scope; v. pussar per li cap

BUTTER -- buttre

BUTTERCUP -- ranuncul

BUTTERFLY -- papilion

BUTTERMILK -- buttre-serum

BUTTOCK -- fesse, sede, cul, posteriore

BUTTON -- buton (-ar). ~HOLE: butoniere. ~HOOK: buton-croc

BUTTRESS -- apoy, suporte, pilare, barbacan, contraforte

BUXOM -- corpulent, frisc e robust, formosi

BUY -- comprar

BUZZ -- murmurar; (of insects) burdonear

BUZZARD -- bussarde, buteo

BY -- (expressing agency) de; (beside) apu, proxim; (beyond) préter; (according to) secun. ~ MEANS OF: per; (when no other preposition is suitable) ye. ~ THE TIME WE ARRIVE: til quande noi va arivar

BYE-ELECTION -- election suplemental

BYEGONE -- passat, preterit, ancian

BYE-LAW -- statute local

BYE-PLAY -- interlude

BYE-ROAD -- via lateral

BYSTANDER -- spectator, assistente

BY-PRODUCT -- sub-producte

BYRE -- bov-stalle

BYWORD -- proverbie; moc-nómine