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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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Stuap (ignifies to check \ as children taSxXy f/teaped\ herbs and ivxitsfneaped with cold weather.
Ara feems to be a corruption from Airther, Oirther or Artha, and Ar which (ignifies the eaft or eaft - ern.
Nepbejbt as a verb, (ignifies to breathe; and, as a fubftan - five, an agent, a breather, « frame breathed in.
Nor am I far from being inclined to think, tint the word Tyrannus, for which the Lexicon-writ - ers a0ign no theme or root, may have had it Id the Celtic, particularly in the word Tir, which irr tht - Celto-Ibernian language (ignifies a buge country or tradt of land, comprehending fevenl towns, regioris and diftrids; fo that Tyrannus was the fupreme king or monarch of tlie whole,
The fourth divifion is named Dae, or Adae, i.e. fcience, whence Adhm, human knowledge; hence Dae, Adae, (ignifies a man, becaufe he is the mofl perfedt of God's creation on earth.
This is confirmed by the fenfe in which the term is ufed in geometry, where it (ignifies an equality of ratios.