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cortege

cortege
(n.) A train of attendants; a procession.

cortile

cortile
(n.) An open internal courtyard inclosed by the walls of a large dwelling house or other large and stately building.

fortify

fortify
(v. i.) To raise defensive works.
(v. t.) To add strength to; to strengthen; to confirm; to furnish with power to resist attack.
(v. t.) To strengthen and secure by forts or batteries, or by surrounding with a wall or ditch or other military works; to render defensible against an attack by hostile forces.

fortran

fortran
A high-level programing language for mathematical and scientific purposes; stands for formula translation

fortuna

fortuna
(Roman mythology) the goddess of fortune and good luck; counterpart of Greek Tyche

fortune

fortune
(n.) The arrival of something in a sudden or unexpected manner; chance; accident; luck; hap; also, the personified or deified power regarded as determining human success, apportioning happiness and unhappiness, and distributing arbitrarily or fortuitously the lots of life.
(n.) That which befalls or is to befall one; lot in life, or event in any particular undertaking; fate; destiny; as, to tell one's fortune.
(n.) That which comes as the result of an undertaking or of a course of action; good or ill success; especially, favorable issue; happy event; success; prosperity as reached partly by chance and partly by effort.
(n.) Wealth; large possessions; large estate; riches; as, a gentleman of fortune.
(n.) To make fortunate; to give either good or bad fortune to.
(n.) To provide with a fortune.
(n.) To presage; to tell the fortune of.
(v. i.) To fall out; to happen.

mortals

mortals
A human being; "there was too much for one person to do"

mortars

mortars
A muzzle-loading high-angle gun with a short barrel that fires shells at high elevations for a short range
A bowl-shaped vessel in which substances can be ground and mixed with a pestle
Used as a bond in masonry or for covering a wall
Plaster with mortar; "mortar the wall"

mortify

mortify
(v. i.) To lose vitality and organic structure, as flesh of a living body; to gangrene.
(v. i.) To practice penance from religious motives; to deaden desires by religious discipline.
(v. i.) To be subdued; to decay, as appetites, desires, etc.
(v. t.) To destroy the organic texture and vital functions of; to produce gangrene in.
(v. t.) To destroy the active powers or essential qualities of; to change by chemical action.
(v. t.) To deaden by religious or other discipline, as the carnal affections, bodily appetites, or worldly desires; to bring into subjection; to abase; to humble.
(v. t.) To affect with vexation, chagrin, or humiliation; to humble; to depress.

mortise

mortise
(n.) A cavity cut into a piece of timber, or other material, to receive something (as the end of another piece) made to fit it, and called a tenon.
(v. t.) To cut or make a mortisein.
(v. t.) To join or fasten by a tenon and mortise; as, to mortise a beam into a post, or a joist into a girder.

mortpay

mortpay
(n.) Dead pay; the crime of taking pay for the service of dead soldiers, or for services not actually rendered by soldiers.

mortrew

mortrew
(n.) A dish of meats and other ingredients, cooked together; an ollapodrida.

norther

norther
(n.) A wind from the north; esp., a strong and cold north wind in Texas and the vicinity of the Gulf of Mexico.

portage

portage
(n.) A sailor's wages when in port.
(n.) The amount of a sailor's wages for a voyage.
(n.) A porthole.
(n.) The act of carrying or transporting.
(n.) The price of carriage; porterage.
(n.) Capacity for carrying; tonnage.
(n.) A carry between navigable waters. See 3d Carry.
(v. t. & i.) To carry (goods, boats, etc.) overland between navigable waters.

portals

portals
A grand and imposing entrance (often extended metaphorically); "the portals of the cathedral"; "the portals of heaven"; "the portals of success"
A short vein that carries blood into the liver
A site that the owner positions as an entrance to other sites on the internet; "a portal typically has search engines and free email and chat rooms etc."

portate

portate
(a.) Borne not erect, but diagonally athwart an escutcheon; as, a cross portate.

portend

portend
(v. t.) To indicate (events, misfortunes, etc.) as in future; to foreshow; to foretoken; to bode; -- now used esp. of unpropitious signs.
(v. t.) To stretch out before.
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