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BAL. - BAK.

nlleu, 07. w. (de misten) to clench (the fistft).

Dalletje, o. Uttle ball, pellet; een — van ieta opwerpen, to glve a hint at a thing; to set about a thing.

Balling, m. &. v. exile, outcast; —schap, v. exile, banishment; In — zenden, to exile.

Ballon, m. (v. d. lamp) globe, (lucht—) batloon ; li|| relat In een —. Iie is ballooning.

Balloteeren, ov. & on. w. to ballot, to vote by ballot; ballotage, v. — ballot.

Baloorig, bv. fretful, vexed, untractable; — held, v. fretfulness, vexedness; hy waa —, lie was in a bad temper.

Balsem, m. balsam ; balm (flg.); — boom, balsam-tree; — geur, balsamio odour; — geurig, balmy; —kruid, balm ot'Gilead; —struik, balsam-sbrub ; — achtig, balsatnic, balmy; —en, óv, w, to enbalm; —ing, v. embalming.

Balsturig;, bv. cross, peevish, obstinate; — held, v. crossness, peevishness, obstinacy.

Bamboes, o. —riet, bamboo.

Ban,m. excommuniratioo (kerk—).jurisdiction (rechtsgebied.i, levy (of militia or army, schuttery. leger); In den — doen, to excommunicate; —bliksem, anathema, fulmination.

Band, m. band, cord, utring, ligament, ferrule, truss, bandage (— ver—), hoop, fillet, astragal, binding, volume, bond, tie; —, o. tape, ribbon; alle —en verbreken, to break every tie, to bursfc ali letters, bouds, chains; uit den — springen, to kick over the traces; hu : sloeg uit den —, he got quite out of hand; h() hield zyn zoon anu «len —, he kept his son under res traint; door den—.generally; on an average;—hond,—rekel,bandog, sluggard; —en, m. mv. bouds (of t'riendship), ties (of blood), chains, captlvity.

Bandel, m. hoop.

Bandelier, m. slioulder-belt, bandoleer.

Bandiet, m. bandit, ruffian.

Banen, ov. w. to level, topave,to beat; zich een weg —, to open one's self a way ; to push oneself through.

Bang, bv. & bw. afraid (of), afraid (for), anxious (-ly), timorous («ly), coward (-ly), fearful (•ly); — maken, to frighten, to makc afraid, nervous; zoo — als een wezel, as timid as a hare; — heid, v. anxiety, timorousness, fearful ness.

Banier, v. banner, Standard; —drager, standard-bearer.

Banjer, m. —heer. lord; den — spelen,to lord it (zie Baanderheer).

Bank, v. beuch (zit—), 1'orm (school—), pew (kerk—), bank (geld—, zand—), loanoffice, lombard (— vau leening), box (— der getuigen), doek (— der beschuldigden); door de —, generally, on an average; —actie, bank-bill, bank-stock; —biljet, — briefde, —noot, bank-note; —breuk, — breukig, zie Bankroet; —geld, bankmoney-, —houder, bauker, pawn-broker; — papier, paper-currency; het onder geeu

stoelen of —en steken, nofc to make a secret of it; h(| deed de — springen, he

caused the bank to break; he broke the baak; —en, on. w. to least, to stay, to gamble, to play faro.

Banket, o. banquet, feast, entertainment, sweetmeats, jiinkets; —bakker, confectioner;

— bakkerswinkel, confectioner's shop; — eereu, on. w. to banquet, to feast.

Bankier, m. bank er; —sliuis, — skan* toor, baukiug-house; —szaak, banking' business.

Bankroet, o. bankruptcy ; —, bv. bankrupt;

— gaan, — slaan, to turn a bankrupt, to get into the Gazette (— Staatsblad), to go up King Street.

Banaau, v. banana.

Bami eling, m. & v. zie Balling; — eu.ov.

w. to bauisli, to exile, to exnel (from the country), to exorcise (evil spirits), to trump (a card); — iug, v. banishment, exile, ex» pulsion.

Bar, bv. barren (— onvruchtbaar), rough,

severe, nipping.

Barak, v. barrack.a tumble-down house, hovel, «bed, hut.

Barbaar, m. Barbarian; —ach, bv. & bw.

barbarous (-ly); —schheid, v. barbarity. Barbeel, m. barbel.

Barbier, m. barber; — «knecht,barber's man; —swinkel, barber's shop; —en, ov. w. to

shave.

Bard, m. bard, poet; — enzang, song of a

bard.

Bardezacu, m. partisan, halberd.

Baren, ov. w. to bring forth, to bear, to create, to cause ; de t(Jd baart rozen, while there is time, there is hope; time brings consolation; t-, o. cliild-blrtli; —snood, labor; —s weeën, throes.

Barg, m. barrow, gelded hog; —bloem,

meadow clover.

Barge, v. barge.

Bargoensch, o. cant, slang, jargon, gibberish,

double-dutch.

Barheid, v. barrenness, roughness.

Baring, v. delivery, bringing forth, causlng,

child-birth.

Bark, v. bark, boat, lighter.

Barkan, o. barracan.

Barkas, v. long-boat.

Bami. m. barbel (a flsh).

Barmhartig, bv. & bw. merciful, (-ly); —

heid, v. mercy.

Barnen, on. w. to burn; —, o. heat, midst

(of dnngers}.

Barnsteen, o. amber; —en, bv. amber. Barometer, m. barometer.

Baron, m. baron; —es, v. baroness; —Ie, v.

barony; —schap, o. barony, baronage. Barrevoet er, in. one tliat goes barefoot; —» —broeder, barefooted friar, Cordeller, Franciscan friar; — s, bw. barefoot.

Barrlcad e, v. barricade; —eereu, ot. w.

to barricade.

Barsch, bv. & bw. flerce (-ly), barsh (-ly),

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