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Plug. v. Plag-
Plume. v. Ply.
Plump. v. Lumb-.
Plunder. lut, lu,d, to steal. Cfr. g. plündern ; d. plunderen.
Plunge. v. Lunge.
Plural. v. Fill.
Plush. v. Pile, Fleece.
Pluvial, Ply. v. Float, Plait. (Sup-ply. v. Fill.)
Poach, Pocket. v. Bake, Pack.
Pocul-. v. Pap, Culvert.
Pod-. pat, to surround; pad, to collect. v. Pace, Potent.
Poecil-. v. Pict-
Poem. v. Fac-.

[fr. point. v. Peg.
Point. pi,dj, to impinge ; bha,dj, to break. Cfr. pungo, punctum ;
Poke. v. Pack, Push.
Pol-. v. Fill.
Pole. pallavas, a shoot, a branch; pul, to be lofty or high; pall,

to go. Cfr. néhw, todéw, tódos; polus, palus; g. pfahl, pol; d.

paal, pool ; fr. pole. Polem-. v. Pile. Police. puris, a city. v. Palace. "

[polissant. Polish, Polite, Poll. palyul, to cut. Cfr. polio, politus ; fr. polir, Poll. pulas, bristling. Polt. v. Ball. POLY-. v. Pale, Fill. Pom-. pa', to drink, to nourish. Pond. pad, to accumulate; pat, to encompass, to portion, to disPont-. [po(n)s.] v. Pace. [tribute; pat, to fall. v. Pen, Bind. Pool. Palvalas, a small pond; palala,, mud, mire; bul, to dive;

pu'l, to accumulate. Cfr. rendós; palus; w. pwll; g. pfuhl ; Poor. v. Pauper.

[d. poel; ags. pol, pul. Pope. v. Papa. Popul-. v. People. Por-, Port-. pr, to be busy. v. Far, Bear. Pos-. pul, to divide, to distribute. Cfr. Tócos; positus. v. Put, Fast. Pot. paʼtras, an earthen vessel ; putas, a cup, a concavity; put,

a hell to which the childish are condemned. Cfr. nilos; g.

pott ; d. w. fr. pot. Pot-. pa', to drink; pat, to be powerful; patis, a master. Cfr.

TÓO'S, TEÓTVIA, DEOTÓTNS; potior, potens. (De-pot. v. Put.) Potch. v. Pack, Push.

Pother. v. Bother.
Pouch. v. Bag.
Poudr., POUND, Powder. pud, to grind, to pound.
Poverty. v. Pauper.

[poder; fr. pouvoir. Power. pat, to be powerful. Cfr. potentia ; it. podere; sp. pg. Pr-. pr, to be busy or active, to nourish, to protect, to please. Cfr.

repáoow, apāypa; sp. practica ; it. pratica; fr. pratique. Præ-. v. For. Praise. praga,sa', praise.

[ags. ræd. Prate. rut, rat, to speak. Cfr. opácw; sw. prata ; d. praaten ; Prav-. (pravus.) pravanas, crooked, decayed. Pray, Preach, Prec-. pratstfh, to ask or inquire; pra-vats, to teach,

to expound. Cfr. precor, rogo, præco; it. pregare; w. preg;

g. fragen, sprechen ; d. vraagen, preeken ; fr. prier, precher. PRE-. v. For. PREM-. v. First. Presby-. (Tpeoßus.) prabhus, strong, able, eternal. Pretty. pri', to please, to satisfy, to be pleased or satisfied; prati,

towards, a little. Cfr. dan. prydet; sw. prydd; w. pryd; ags.

præte, pryt, pryde; d. pret. v. Pride.
Pred-, Prey. radh, to injure or kill.
Previous. pu'rvas, previous.
Prick. prts, to touch, to restrain.
Pride. prd, to delight. v. Pretty.
PRIM-, PRIN-, PRIOR, Pro-. v. First.
Priv-. v. Rap-.
Proa. v. Prow.
-Proach. v. Prick.

[proprius. Prob-. praʼptas, obtained, placed, fixed, proper, right. Cfr. probo, Prone. pranas, old; pranatas, bending, stooping; pravanas, bent. Propinq. v. Pro-, -Pinge.

[Cfr. pronus. Prose, Pross. bru', to speak or tell. PROUD. praudhas, impudent, arrogant. v. Pride. Prove. v. Prob..

[v. ProProw. pru, to go, to move. Cfr. prora; it. prua, proda ; sp. proa. Prox-. y. Prick. Prude-, Prudent. vrt, vrdh, to select, to speak, to shine. Cfr. opaðr;

prudens; goth. frod; g. spröde ; d. vroed, preutsch ; fr. prude.

v. Pride. Pter-, Ptos-, Ptote. pat, to move, to fall. Cfr. ttepov, atúOIS. Publ-. v. People.

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