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286THE PRIMARY CLASSICAL LANGUAGE OF THE WORLD

     mƒ‰gu, v.i. 1. To be bewildered, 2. To be spoiled, 3. To grow
            lazy.
            L. marceo, Gk. maraino.

     viši, v.t. To fasten, bind, tie.
          OE. foestnian, E. fasten, G. fastnen.

     vilƒ‰i, n. Froth.
          ME. frothe, E. froth, Ice. froda, fraud, Dan. fraade, Sw.
          fradga.

     vi˜-ve˜-v„˜, v.i. To desire.
               L. vel, Gk. bol, E. will.

     iii) Words bearing Morphological and Semasiological Similarity of
     the Third Degree

     išai, v.i. To sound.
          E. hiss.

     imi, v.i. To sound.
          E. hum

     u˜ai, n. Mire.
         L. elos (marsh).

     „Šukadai, n. The very end.
          Gk. eskhatos (last) (?), E. eschatology.

      ol, l, v.i. To make noise.
          AS. gellan, ME. yellen, E. yell, D. gillen, Ice, gella, Dan.
          gialde, Sw. galla, G. gellen (g=y).

     ougu, v.i. 1. To go, pass, walk. 2. To behave, to conduct
     oneself.
          E. walk, 1. To progress by advancing each foot
          alternately. 2. To live with a specified principle or manner,
          conduct oneself.

     dam, n. 1. Wetness. 2. Wave of the sea.
          OE. woet E. wet, L. das (wet, moist). L. unda (a wave
          of the sea).

     kapparai, n. Beggar's bowl made of coconut shell. kopparai
          (Dried coconut kernel)-kapparai.