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it, to do tlie awell; — voeren, to eet the top-sails; het la 'n heele —!, he is quite a swell!; —ra, top-gat lant-yard; —«teug, top-prallant-mast; —zeil, top-gallant-sail; — zeilskoelte, top-gallant-sail's breeze, fresh ga Ie.

Brand, m. flre, burning, conflagratton, fuel, flrewood, blight, blast, mildew, inflammation; eruption; In — geraken, to catcli (to take) flre; In — «tnan, to be on flre; In — «teken, to set flre to, to set on flre; In den — zitten, to be in a scrape; uit <len — helpen, to help out of a scrape; helder als een —, quite clean, without the least spot or stain; —brief, incendiary letter; — emmer, fire-bucket; —helder, zie Brand» schoon } — hout, flre-wood, fuel; — kas.fireofflce; —kast, flre-proof box, safe; —klok, fire-bell; —koren, blighted corn; —kraal, amber-bead; —kruid, mullein; — ladder, flreladder; —latuw, colt's-foot; —1(1», caustic curve ; — lucht, zie Brandreuk j —meester, chief flre-man, superintendant of the flrebrigade; — merk, burnt-mark, stigma, staiii; -snerken, ov. w. to mark witli a red-hot iron, to brand, to stlgmatize; —nierkiiig, branding; —merkijzer, branding-iron ; — middel, caustic; — uiuur, party-wali, mean wall; —netel, stinging nettle; —ofTer, burnoffer, holocaust; —offeraltaar. altar foi the burnt-offerings; —oven, kiln, iurnace; —PÜP» fusee; —piket, tire-picket; —punt, focus; —reuk, lire-smelt, burnt-smell; — schade, damage caused by flre; — schatten, to lay under contributlon; —schatting, con tribution; —schilder, enameller; —schilderen, to enamel;—schildering,-schilderkunst, enamelling; —schilderwerk, enamel; —schip, fire-ship; —schoon, very clean; —slang, flre-drake-, —spiegel, burning-glass, -reflector; —spuit, ilre-engine; —gast, flre-man; —hulpje, engine-iiouse, —slang, pipe of a flre-engine; —stapel, funeral pile, pyre; —steen, infernal stone, —stichter, —stichtster, incendiary; — stichting, setting on flre, incendiarism, arson; —stof, fuel; — stoffen, combustibles; — stok, flre-brand; — teeken, spar, fire-token. brand; —verf, enamel; —vlek, Bear, (mark got by a) burn; —vogel, moor-hen, troublepeace; —waarborg («maatschappij), flreinsurance (-compaoy): —wacht, flre-watch, advanced guard; —woud, burn, scald; — zalf, salve for burnings; —zool, inner sole. —ew|)n, spirits, (French) brandy; —brander, distiller of brandy; —stokerij, distillery for brandy; — baar, bv. conibustible; —baarheid, v. combustibleuess; —en, ov. w. to burn, to scald, to scorch, to brand, to mark, to bake (pannen), to bream (een schip), to burn (kalk), to cauterize (eene wond), to distil (brandewijn), to make (houtskool), to roast (koffie) | zUue vingers —, zich ergeus aan —, to buru one's fingers, to go too far, to entangle one's ■elf in difflculties; —, on. w. to burn, to be

on flre, to glve liglit, to break, to foam(van de zee); — end, bv. burning, hot, iighted, ardent, fervent; —er, m. fire-ship, distiller; —er||, v. distillery; — |g, bv. blasted, blightea, miidewed, fiery, inflamed; —lug, v. burning, breakers, surf, surge.

Bras, m. brace; Ik heb er den — van, I don't care a pin for it; al de —, every one, every thing, alt; —blok, brace-block; — dagen.shrove-tidei—maal,—party,banquet, sumptuous meai; —penning, ten doits' piece (Ave farthings).

Brasem, m. bream.

Brass en, ov. w. to brace; on. w. to feast, to banquet, to revel, to riot; —er, m. feaster, banqueter, reveller; — er IJ, v. feasting banqueting, riot. '

Brat, zie Borat.

Braveeren, ov. w. to free, to defy.

Breed, bv. & bw. broad (-ly), larffe (-ly), wide (-ly), ample ( pty), extensive (-ly); lu het —e, at largo, largely, amply; — opgeven van, to speak highly of; het niet — hebben, hardly to know how to make botli ends meet, to be in straitened circumstances, to live in comparative poverty; wie het — heeft, laat het — hangen, those wlio are ricli can make a brave show of their wealth; Iets lang en — vertellen, to teil in detail; het Is zoo lang als het — Is. it coraes to tiie same thing, it is as broad as it is it is six of one and half a dozen of tbe other; —baard, boaster, bragger; —borstlg, broad-chested; —gerand, broad-brimmed; —spraak, boastfulness, prolixity; — sprakig, boastful, prolix; —voerig, bv. & bv. circumstantial (-ly); —voerigheid, v. nmpleness, circumstantialness; —held, v. broadness; —te, v. breadtli. wldth, latitude; kan het niet uit de lengte, dan moet het uiaar uit de —te, it must be managed auyhow; in de —te, broadwise; —graad, degree of latitude; —kring, parallel.

Bree fok, m. cross-jack (-sail); —gang, m. strake; de — veertien uithaugen, to lord it.

Breek baar, bv. fragile, brlttle; —baarheid, v. fragtlity, brittleness; —beitel, — |Jzer, iron-crow, slieep's iiead, jemmy, crow-bar; —spel, trouble-feast, mar-joy; —tuig, breaking-tools.

Breeuw en, ov. w. to calk; to bring about, to put into order; —hamer, calking-hamm1f; —U*ep« (Ag.) —mes, calking-iron; catkin; —stoel, calking-box; —er, m. calker; —sknecht, calker's helpmate.

Breidel, m. bridle, curb; check, restraint; —en, ov, w. to bridle, to curb, to check, to restrain; —loos, bv. zie Teugelloos.

Brei en, ov. w. to knit; —garen, knittingyarn; —geld, —loon, knittage; moneypaid for knitting ; —houtje, knitting-slieatli ; — katoen, knittlng-cotton; —kind, child that learns knitting ; —klos, knitting-bobbin ; — koker, knitting«needle*case; —kous, stocking being knitted; — matres, —vrouw,

BNA. — UKE

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