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MUR. — NAA.

—en, on. w. to grumble, to mutter, to murmur; —lug, t. grumbling, murmuring.

Murw, bv. soft, tender, mellow-, —en, ov. w. to Boften, to make tender; on. w. to grow soft, • tender; —heid, v. softness, tenderness, mellowness; -tjei, bw. softly, tenderly.

Mnicli, y. sparrow.

Museum, o. museum.

Muii ceeren, to make musie, to warble; — eus, inusician.

Muskaat, r. nutmeg ; —, zie Muskaatwijn; —bloem, mace; —boom. nutmeg-tree; — ■ioot,nutmeg; —u(]n, muscadel, muscadine.

Muscadel. v. —druif, muscadel, muscadine; —peer, muscadel, musk-pear; —w(|ii, zie Muskaat w(| ii.

Muskeljaat, o. musk.

Musket, o. musket; —kogel, musket-ball; —schot, musket-sliot; —Ier, m. musketeer.

Muskus, v. musk; het riekt naar —, it has a smell of musk; —bal, musk-ball; — bloem, musk-flower; —dier, musk-animal; —kat, musk-cat, civet-cat; —os, musk-ox; —peer, musk-pear, muscadel; —reuk,smell of musk.

Musscheu hagel, m. sinall-shot; —kan, v. — pot, m. sparrow-pot; —uest, o. sparrow's nest.

Hut, v. plenty; hutje met —Je, the whole of it, all togetlier, bag and baggage.

Muts, v. cap; coif; inob-cap (for servauts): —enband, —euliiit, tape; — eiimnakftter, capper, cap-maker; —en winkel, millinei's shop.

Mutsaar«l, Mutserd, m. fagot, stake; tot den — verourdeelen, to send to the stake, to condemn to be burned ; dat riekt naar den —, that smacks of heresy; it is very expensive.

Mutsje, o. little cap; quartern.

Muur, m. wall, v. zie Murik; titssclieii vier muren, in prison; met het hoof d

tegen den — loopen, to attempt the impost» i bi e; to be quite at a loss; de muren hebben ooren, walls may have ears; there are eaves-droppers about; een blinde —, a dead wall, a sham wall; —auker,crampiron; —band, cope; —bloem, wall-flower; —breker, battering-ram; —gevaarte, highwall; —kroon, mural crown; —kruid, wall-rue, chick-wood; —peper, wall-pepper; —specht, spider-catclier; —steen, brick; —tegeltjes, Dutcli tiles; —vast, (as) flrm as a rock; —werk, walls, masoury;—zwaluw, martinet.

Muze, v. muze; —nalmanak, poetical alma* nac; —iizooii, poet; student.

Muzelman, m. Mosselman, Turk.

Muziek, v. music; op — zetten, to set to music; de — zal spelen om O uur, the band will play at six; —boek, music-book; —feest, musical festival; —Instrument, musical instrument; —korps, band of music; —les, niusic-lesson ; — lessenaar, desk; — maker, — sclir||ver, composer; —meester, music-master; —noot, musical note; — papier, music-paper; —school, school (academy) lor music; —sleutel, clef, key; —stuk, piece of music;—zaal, mu^ic-room, concert-room.

Muzik aal, bv. musical; — gehoor, ear for music; —ant, m. bandsman, musician; fiddler; een troep — anten, a German band (of musicians).

Myriade, v. myriad.

Myriameter, m. myriametre.

Mysterie, v. mystery; —us, mysterious.

Mysticisme. o. Mystiek, v. mysticism; mystificatie, v. mystification; mystificeeren, to mystify.

Mythe, v. iiiyth, fable; mythisch, mythical; mythologie, v. mythology; iiiytlioloog, m. mythologibt.

N.

UT, ▼. N, North(ern); ar.O., North-East; aï.W., North-Westj X.U., Nota bene; N.S., NewStyle-, N.T., New Testament; !i*.Ur., Northern latitude; nl., nanieiy, to wit, viz.

.Va, bv. & bw. near, nigh; —, vz. after; te — komen, to hurt, to otrend; — aan liet hart liggen, to concern near ; iemand — op de hieleu z||ii, to be close behind a person; op —, witiiin ; op weinig—, almost; op éeu — de laatste, last but one; op twee —, all but two; op verre —, by far; voor en —, now and then, occasionally; by lange

— niet, not by a long chalk, not nearly;

— het eten, after dinner; — dezen, hereafter.

aiattpe r, m. Kattapster, v. imitator, imitatrix; mimic, aper.

Vaad, m. 6eam (in sewing), suture (In anato-

my); joinlng (in carpentry); —Je, o. two turns; hy wil het —Je van de kous weten (Mg.), he wants to know the ropes, he will (probe) get to the bottom of it, he will pry iuto every hole and corner; hy naait zyn —Je, lie carries on his business quietly and cleverly; he kuows how to get 0:1 in the wo lid.

Xaaf, v. nave; —boor, auger; —gat, nave-

hole.

.\aai en, ov. & on. w. to sew; — bnnk, sewing-press; —doos, — kistje, sewing-box, work-box ; —garen,sewing-tliread;—kamer, sewing-room; —katoen, sewing-cotton; — kind, —meisje, girl that learns to sew, seamstress's pupil; —kistje, hussif; —kus-

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