Domestic Encyclopædia (1802)/Volume 4/Index to Synonyms

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INDEX

To the Corresponding Synonyms, or Inversions of Terms, occurring in the Fourth Volume.

 


 
  • Salt-clod; see Sea-sludge.
  • Salt of Glass; see Sandiver.
  • Sallow-willow; see Willow.
  • Samphire, the Marsh; see Saltwort, the Jointed.
  • Samphire, the Shrubby; see Saltwort, the Jointed.
  • Scab, in Dogs; see Dog.
  • Scarlet Tree-mite; see Spider, the Red.
  • Sea-arrow-grass; see Arrow-grass.
  • Sea-barley; see Barley.
  • Sea-beet; see Beet.
  • Sea-belt; see Sea-wrack, the Sweet.
  • Sea-bindweed; see Bindweed.
  • Sea-Buckthorn; see Buckthorn, the Sea;
  • Sea-calf; see Seal.
  • Sea-meadow-grass; see Meadow-grass.
  • Sea-moss; see Coralline.
  • Sea-onion; see Squill, the Common.
  • Sea-pea; see Pea.
  • Sea-purslane; see Orache, the Shrubby.
  • Sea-reed; see Matweed, the Sea.
  • Sea-star-wort; see Starwort, the Sea.
  • Sea-waure; see Sea-wrack.
  • Seville-orange; see Orange.
  • Seydschutz water; see Sedlitz-water.
  • Shab; see Scab.
  • Sharpling; see Stickle-back, the Common.
  • Sheep-fag; see p. 61.
  • Shrub-stone-crop; see Saltwort.
  • Sight; see Dimness.
  • Silk-plant; see Swallow-wort, the Common.
  • Similor; see Zinc.
  • Sithe; see Sythe.
  • Skegs; see Oat.
  • Slate-coal; see Coal.
  • Sole; see Soal.
  • Somnambulism; see Sleep-walking.
  • Sour-croute; see Crout.
  • Sour-trefoil; see Sorrel, the Common.
  • Spanish Fly; see Fly, the Spanish.
  • Spanish Lilac; see Lilac, the Common.
  • Spear-thistle; see Thistle.
  • Spelt; see Wheat.
  • Spicknel; see Spignel.
  • Spinell; see Ruby.
  • Spunk; see Touchwood.
  • Square Barley; see Bere.
  • Squash; see Gourd.
  • St. James's Wort; see Rag-wort, the Common.
  • Starwort, the Water; see Star-grass.
  • Stinking Flower-de-luce; see Flower-de-luce.
  • Storm-glass; see Weather-glass.
  • Strasburgh-turpentine; see Turpentine.
  • Strawberry-trefoil; see Trefoil.
  • Stricken; see Quarter-evil.
  • Suffolk, or Skim-cheese; see Cheese.
  • Sugar-cane; see Sugar.
  • Sulphuric-acid; see Vitriolic-acid.
  • Summer-barley; see barley.
  • Sun-fish; see Shark, the Basking.
  • Sweet-cicely; see Cicely, the Sweet.
  • Swine-pock; see Chicken-pock (in Supplem.).
  • Swine's-cress; see Scurvy-grass.
  • Swiss-cheese; see Cheese.
  • Sympathetic Ink; see Ink.
  • Tangle; see Sea-wrack, the Esculent.
  • Terras; see Tarras.
  • Threshing; see Thrashing.
  • Tine-tare; see Vetch, the Corn.
  • Tombac; see Zinc.
  • Traas; see Tarras.
  • Tree-mo-s; see Liverwort, the Officinal Stringy.
  • Trefoil-buck-bean; see Buck-bean.
  • Venice-turpentine; see turpentine.
  • Venice-treacle; see Treacle, the Venice.
  • Wakefulness; see Waking.
  • Water-chickweed; see Star-grass.
  • Water-crow-foot; see Crow-foot (in Supplem.)
  • Water-crowfoot, the Round-leaved; see Crowfoot.
  • Water-dropwort; see Dropwort.
  • Water-fennel; see Star-grass.
  • Water-flower-de-luce; see Flower-de-luce.
  • Water-rat; see Rat.
  • Water-starwort; see Star-grass.
  • Watering of Gardens; see Kitchen garden.
  • Way-thistle; see Saw-wort.
  • Weeping-willow; see Willow.
  • Westphalia-cheese; see Cheese.
  • Wey; see Weigh.
  • Whipt-syllabub; see Syllabub.
  • Whistling-swan; see Swan, the Wild.
  • Whitloe; see Whitlow.
  • Wild-basil; see Thyme.
  • Wild Burnet; see Burnet, the Great.
  • Wild-liquorice; see Milk-vetch.
  • Wild-thyme; see Thyme.
  • Willow, the Sweet; see Gale, the Sweet.
  • Willow-herb, the Hooded; see Scull-cap, the Common.
  • Willow-herb, the Purple-spiked; see Loose-strife, the Purple.
  • Wiltshire-cheese; see Cheese.
  • Winnowing, machine; see Winnow.
  • Wolf's-bane, the Great; see Leopard's-bane.
  • Wood-strawberry; see Strawberry.
  • Wormseed; see Mustard, the Common Hedge.
  • Wort-cress; see Scurvy-grass.
  • Xanthoxylon; see Zanthoxylon.
  • Yellow Bed-straw; see Cheese-rennet.
  • Yellow Dead-nettle; see Weasel-snout.
  • Yellow Gum; see Gum (in Supplem.)
  • Yellow-flag; see Flower-de-luce.
  • Yellow Hercules; see Zanthoxylon.
  • Yew-leaved Fir; see Fir-tree.
  • Yorkshire Sanicle; see Butterwort.