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—sclieede, sheath; —schilder, flowerpainter; —steel, —stengel, flower-stulk, peduncle-, — stof,flower-dust;pollen;— stuk, | flower-piece; -tafeltje, flower-stand; —tuin, flower-garden; —werk, festoons; —wording, —zetting, efflorescence; — zaad, flower-seed; —engek, one tha* liaa a mania for flowers; anthomaniac; — enhandel, —enhandelaar, florist; —en Hef hebber, flowerfancier; — enmaker, maker of artiflcial flowers; — eumeisje, flower-girl; — enr()k, floral kingdom; —enspraak, floral language; —enteeit, floriculture; —ententoonstelling, flower-abow; —ig, bv. llowery; —i»t, m. florist; — isterf), floriculture; — pje, floweret; —pjes, o. mv. small talk;—thee, bloom-tea, imperial tea.

Bloesem, m. blossom, bloom; —knop. blos* som-bud; —en, on. w. to blossom, to bloom.

lBlok. o. block, log (of wood); pig (of Iron, lead); billet, clog, sliackles, fitters, pulley, suite (block, group, pile) (huizen); blockliead; een kind aio een —, a very l)lg child; een — aan 't been hebben, (flg.) to l>e married; zijn hoofd op *t — verliezen, to lose one'b bead on the block; — beeld, statue; —huis, block-house, prison ; —(fverig, plodding; —lood, pig-lead; — naad. flat seam ; — ncliaaf, sniootbintr-plane; —scliyf, pulley ; —tin, block-tin;—wagen, truck; —zilver, silver in bars, - in wedges; —keiunaker, hlockmaker.

Blokk ade. v. blockade; —eeren, on. w. to blockade, to block up; — eerlng, v.bloekade; —en, on. w. to plod, to toil, to peg away at the tree of science; —er, m. plodder, toiler, close student.

Blond, bv. llaxen, ligbt, fair; —harig, lighthaired, fair haired, with flaxen liair;—e, m. & v. fair man, fair woman ; —e, v. blond, blond-lace; —Je, o. fair child.

Bloo. Dloo d, bv. & bw. bashful (-ly), timid (-ly), timorous (-ly), coy (-ly); beter—e Jan dan doode Jan, a living dog is better than a dead lion ; een —e hond wordt zelden vet, nothing venture, nothing have; —daard, m. coward ; —hartig, bv. & bw. faint-hearted (-ly); —hartigheid, v. faintbeartedness; —held, v. bashfuluess, tl morousness, coyness.

Bloot, bv. naked, bare, mere; op een — vermoeden, on mere suspicion; eeit — toeval, a mere accident (chance); met —e voeten, bare-foot, bare-footed; onder den —en hemel, In the open air; —leggen, to lay open, to propose; —liggen, to lie bare; —staan, to be exposed (to); —stellen, to expose (to); — stelling.expoHure; — shoofds, bare-headed; — svoets, bare-foot; —, —e l|fk, bw. merely, barely, only; —en, ov. w. to clear, to dress, to strip oir the wool, to pluck off tlie wool from; —wol, fell wool, carrionwooi; — er.m.skin-dresser; —held, v. nakedness, bareness.

Blo*, m. blush (of shame, van schaamte); bloom (of health).

Blouw el, m. brake (for liemp, voor hennop). _<>n, ov. w. to brake,to dress (liemp).

Blos en, on. w. to blush, to be ashamed of; doen —, to put to the blush; —end, bv* blushing, blushy, rosy; — lug, v. blushing.

Bluf, m. bragging, boasting; — slaan, to niake display, to cut a dash.to boast.to brag; —fen, on. w. to boast, to brag, to talk big; —fer, m. braggart, boaster; — fer{),v.braggardism.

Blusch gereedschap, o. utensils for quenching a ftre; —middel, means to quench; — toestel, engine (apparatu*) for quench ing; —vat. vessel to quench, quenching-tub.

Blunrh en, ov. w. to quench, to extinguish (a fire); to quell (a riot, a mutiny, een oproer, muiterf)); to slacken (kalk)i to gratify; —er, m. quencher;—ing, v. quenching, slaking, gratifying.

Bluts. bv. hard up, out of cash; —, v. brutse, confusion; —koorts, purples, scarlet fever, spotted fever; —en, ov. w. to bruise.

Bobbel, m. bubbie, bump, pimple; —en, ov. w. to bubbie; —ig.bv. with bubbles, - bumps; — ing, v. bubbling.

Bol>(|ii, v. bobbin. spool; —en, ov.w. towind on a bobbin, to spool.

Boehei, m. hump, huncb, hunch back; zich een — lachen, to split one's sides with laugbter; —aar, m. —aarater, v. humpback; —en. ov. w. to plod.

Bocht, o. tvash, stufT, scum, refuse» —, v. bend, turning, winding, trend (van de kust), coil; bay, gulf, creek; bight (van een touw); voor iemand inde—springen, to take (to embrace) a. o.'» cause; het eerst In de — springen, to set a thing going; to be the flrst to do a thing; tobell thecat; —ig. bv. crooked, sinuous; —Igheid, v. crookedness, sinuosity, tortuousness.

Bod, o. offer, bid(ding); een — naar Iets doen, to bid for; to try to obtain it.

Botle. m. & v. messenger: (postbode) lettercarrier; beadle, apparitor (pedel, van gerechtshoven, hoogeseholen); agent's man, tunner; de — des vredes, the barbinger of peace.

Bodem, m. bottom, ground. soll (soort van grond); terrltory (grondgebied); vessel, ship; op efTen — z(Jn. to be without debts; een vat deu — liislaau, to stave In a cask; een vaatje op den — zetten (flg.) to emp'ty a cask; dei» — inslaan (flg.), to baflle, to foil, to frustrate; de vloot van lOO —s, the fleet of 100 ships (or: sail); deu lijdenskelk tot op «len —ledigen, to drink the cup of suflering to the dregs; —duig, —stuk. bottom piece; —trekker, turrel; —en, ov. w. to bottora;—erfl, v. bottomry; —brief, letter of bottomry; — loos, bv. bottomless.

Boden, mv. domestics, servants; —brood» —loon, wages, hire, messenger's fee; — kamer, servants' hall, beadle's room.

Bodeschap, o. office (functions) of a messenger, - of a beadle.

BLO. — BOD.

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