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ailette

ailette
(n.) A small square shield, formerly worn on the shoulders of knights, -- being the prototype of the modern epaulet.

allegge

allegge
(v. t.) See Alegge and Allay.

allonge

allonge
(v.) A thrust or pass; a lunge.
(v.) A slip of paper attached to a bill of exchange for receiving indorsements, when the back of the bill itself is already full; a rider.
(v. i.) To thrust with a sword; to lunge.

aulnage

aulnage
(n.) Alt. of Aulnager

balance

balance
(n.) An apparatus for weighing.
(n.) Act of weighing mentally; comparison; estimate.
(n.) Equipoise between the weights in opposite scales.
(n.) The state of being in equipoise; equilibrium; even adjustment; steadiness.
(n.) An equality between the sums total of the two sides of an account; as, to bring one's accounts to a balance; -- also, the excess on either side; as, the balance of an account.
(n.) A balance wheel, as of a watch, or clock. See Balance wheel (in the Vocabulary).
(n.) The constellation Libra.
(n.) The seventh sign in the Zodiac, called Libra, which the sun enters at the equinox in September.
(n.) A movement in dancing. See Balance, v. i., S.
(n.) To bring to an equipoise, as the scales of a balance by adjusting the weights; to weigh in a balance.
(n.) To support on a narrow base, so as to keep from falling; as, to balance a plate on the end of a cane; to balance one's self on a tight rope.
(n.) To equal in number, weight, force, or proportion; to counterpoise, counterbalance, counteract, or neutralize.
(n.) To compare in relative force, importance, value, etc.; to estimate.
(n.) To settle and adjust, as an account; to make two accounts equal by paying the difference between them.
(n.) To make the sums of the debits and credits of an account equal; -- said of an item; as, this payment, or credit, balances the account.
(n.) To arrange accounts in such a way that the sum total of the debits is equal to the sum total of the credits; as, to balance a set of books.
(n.) To move toward, and then back from, reciprocally; as, to balance partners.
(n.) To contract, as a sail, into a narrower compass; as, to balance the boom mainsail.
(v. i.) To have equal weight on each side; to be in equipoise; as, the scales balance.
(v. i.) To fluctuate between motives which appear of equal force; to waver; to hesitate.
(v. i.) To move toward a person or couple, and then back.

ballade

ballade
(n.) A form of French versification, sometimes imitated in English, in which three or four rhymes recur through three stanzas of eight or ten lines each, the stanzas concluding with a refrain, and the whole poem with an envoy.

beldame

beldame
(n.) Grandmother; -- corresponding to belsire.
(n.) An old woman in general; especially, an ugly old woman; a hag.

beleave

beleave
(v. t. & i.) To leave or to be left.

believe

believe
(n.) To exercise belief in; to credit upon the authority or testimony of another; to be persuaded of the truth of, upon evidence furnished by reasons, arguments, and deductions of the mind, or by circumstances other than personal knowledge; to regard or accept as true; to place confidence in; to think; to consider; as, to believe a person, a statement, or a doctrine.
(v. i.) To have a firm persuasion, esp. of the truths of religion; to have a persuasion approaching to certainty; to exercise belief or faith.
(v. i.) To think; to suppose.

belsire

belsire
(n.) A grandfather, or ancestor.

beltane

beltane
(n.) The first day of May (Old Style).
(n.) A festival of the heathen Celts on the first day of May, in the observance of which great bonfires were kindled. It still exists in a modified form in some parts of Scotland and Ireland.

billage

billage
(n. / v. t. & i.) Same as Bilge.

bolshie

bolshie
Emotionally charged terms used to refer to extreme radicals or revolutionaries
Belligerent

bulbule

bulbule
(n.) A small bulb; a bulblet.

bullace

bullace
(n.) A small European plum (Prunus communis, var. insitita). See Plum.
(n.) The bully tree.

bullate

bullate
(a.) Appearing as if blistered; inflated; puckered.

calaite

calaite
(n.) A mineral. See Turquoise.

calcine

calcine
(v. i.) To reduce to a powder, or to a friable state, by the action of heat; to expel volatile matter from by means of heat, as carbonic acid from limestone, and thus (usually) to produce disintegration; as to, calcine bones.
(v. i.) To oxidize, as a metal by the action of heat; to reduce to a metallic calx.
(v. i.) To be converted into a powder or friable substance, or into a calx, by the action of heat.

calcite

calcite
(n.) Calcium carbonate, or carbonate of lime. It is rhombohedral in its crystallization, and thus distinguished from aragonite. It includes common limestone, chalk, and marble. Called also calc-spar and calcareous spar.

calcule

calcule
(n.) Reckoning; computation.
(v. i.) To calculate
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