A New Pocket-Dictionary of the English and Dano-Norwegian Languages

United States General Accounting Office,C Hossfeld

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...to wear off, to fade to be deducted or abated to be discharged or dismissed (from office). Afgang, s. departure, going off sale decease, departure from life. Afgift, S. tribute, contribution, tax, custom rent. Afgive, v. a. to deliver, to give back, to surrender.--sig med, to meddle with, to concern ones self in. Afgjort, a. finished, ended accommodated certain agreed on. Afgjere, i. o. to finish, to end, to make an end of to decide to make up, to compound, to adjust, to accommodate (a difference) to settle, to make up (an account), termining settling. Afgjerelse, a. decision, deciding, de Afgjerende, a. decisive, determinative. Afgnave, V. a. to gnaw off, to nibble off. sconr, to cleanse. Afgnide, v. a. to mb, to wipe off, to Afgrund, s. abyss, bottomless pit. Afgrade, s. product, production fruit. Afglld, s. idol, false deity. Afgnderi, idolatry, idol-worship. Afgudisk, a. idolatrous, given to idolatry, deity. AfgUdsbillede, idol, statue of a false Afgndsdyrker, 8. idolater. Afhakke, v. a. to cut off, to chop off. Afhandle, v. a. to discuss, to treat of, to examine a subject to buy. Afhandling, s. treatise, discussion, transaction. Afhente, v. a. to fetch off, to call away to go or come for to call for. lade--, to send for. Afiij lpe, V. a. to help for, to get a thing altered to remedy to supply wants. fhold, detaining, detention, withholding, hindrance abstinence, continence moderation. Afklsede 5 AfllOldOy V. a. to detain, to bold, to withhold, to hinder, to stop one, to avert or turn off from.-sig fra, to abstain from. Afholden, a. abstemious, abstinent, moderate, temperate. Afholdenhed, s. abstinence, abstemiousness, temperance. Afholdt, Afgjort, a. loved, beloved. Afiingge, v. a, to cut off, to...