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In the Jura avriller is used for ahriier of which it is a diminutive. f//;r/ shelter; abrigar , ab7icar, abriter (for abrier with euphonic / as in cafeiier ^ caillouteux, juteiix ivov RJus &c.) to shelter, cover.

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Abisme abismo is a substantival superlative like DIEZ, KOMANCE DICT.

abimer or abymer to precipitate; from abyssus (apvaaog).

nahisso arose from the frequent comhination in ahisso like ninferno from in inferno; hence the G.

albur, Abonner Fr., s'abonner to subscribe; from bomts good, well- secured, cf.

dejected; from abominains one who feels abhorrence or aversion (past passive becoming present active) R.

bay (and perhaps the form abayer) is from bada, badare q.

abayer, abboyer; from adbanbari (bcni- bari Lt UCY.). abo Jr., etre aux abois to be in the last extremity, properly of a stag ^^at bay'\ — The Eng.

Its primary notion ig that of an ^^ opening^', so that hke some few other nouns from verbs of the fourth conjugation (nmlla from mollirey tupa from Uipir) it may come from abrir , Lat.

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