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Definition of the verb Aggerate

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  1. [transitive] To heap up.

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Google previewLexicon Hebraico-Chaldaico-Latino-Biblicum. In quo prima pars omnia vocabula, ordine alphabetico disposita ; ad suas radices refert, & universas interpretationes cuique genuinas exhibet. Secunda radices ita ordinabit, ut omnia vocabula derivata sub his reperire liceat : quaelibet autem interpretatio textu sacro in ea comprobabitur. Tertia tandem parte nomina propria in concordantiam rediguntur : cui accedet historia, chronologia, geographia. Opus observationibus grammatico-criticis conflatum. Auctore P.***. carmelita excalceato provinciae Avenionensis. Pars prima [-Pars secunda]. Faustissimis sub auspiciis ementissimi principis dominici passionei S. R. E. cardinalis amplissimi (1765)


Google previewDictionary of Early English (1955)

by Joseph T. Shipley

To aggerate a tree, to heap earth or dung about it.

Google previewThe Handy Pocket Dictionary of the English Language (1892)

inspection; error; inattention, [aggerate. OverstatE', v.a. (ed, ing), ...

Google previewAn English dictionary, 1676 (1685)

Aggerate, l ...

Google previewAn English expositour, or Compleat dictionary: teaching the interpretation of the hardest words, and most usefull terms of art used in our language. First set forth by J. B. Dr of Physick ... And now the sixth time revised, corrected, and very much augmented ... By a lover of the arts. The author named in the preface as John Bulloker (1684)

«Aggerate. To heap up. Aggregate. To affemble, or gather together. - :Aggrestion. A going to : alfo a fetting upon. - - • Agile. Nimble, •Agility. Nimblenefs. «Aginator. A retailer of fmall wares. .-Agitation. A shaking,jogging, or moving• Agitator.

Google previewPronouncing dictionary of the English language (1828)

by John Walker

the slate Aggerate, ân'-jur-ate. v. a. to heap up. Agglomerate, âg-glom'-mor-ate. r. a. to gather up in a ball. Agglutinants, ág-glu'-le-naiits. s. medicines which have the power of uniting parts together. Agglutinate, ag-gkV-tè-nate. r a. to unite one ...

Google previewA Complete Dictionary of the English Language, ... To which is Prefixed, a Prosodial Grammar. By Thomas Sheridan .. The Sixth Edition (1796)

To Aggerate, ảd':jé-råte. v. a. To heap up. * * - * To Agglomerate, åg-glöm'-më- råte. v. a. To gather up in a ball. Agglutinants, åg-glü'-t}-nånts. f. Thofe medicines which have the power of uniting parts together. To Agglutinąte, g-gli'-tj-måte.

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