was started, ignited () [..., ' 611] { : }
start up, ignition
to swing, sway, rock [...., ' 314] { : }
1. to brush oneself off
2. to distance oneself from...
[..., ' 314] { : }
1. shaking off
2. distancing from...
1. to become swollen
2. to inflate oneself, exaggerate one's importance
[; ; ] { : /, }
to attack, fall upon [..., ' 316] { : , , }
attack, assault
to be broken into pieces, shattered [..., ' 317] { : , }
polemic, clash of ideas
to apologize [..., ' 320] { : , , , }
apology
conversion to Christianity
to clean oneself [ ; ] { : , }
to be drained [..., ' 322] { : , }
to avenge oneself [..., ' 323] { : }
vengeance, revenge
1. to clash, collide
2. to attempt to kill
[..., ' 325] { : , }
1. to be raised
2. to be arrogant, haughty
[..., ' 325] { : , , , , }
1. raising, soaring
2. arrogance, haughtiness
to gasp, pant [..., ' 327] { : , , }
to breathe with difficulty [..., ' 328] { : }
to kiss one another [..., ' 328] { : , , , , }
kissing one another
to be cut off, severed [..., ' 331] { : , , }
cutting off, disconnecting
to ferment, stir up [..., ' 612]
was fermented, stirred up () [..., ' 612] { : }
1. fermentation
2. stirring up, incitement
1. to become rounded off
2. to be rolled up
[..., ' 369] { : , }
to be updated [...., ' 370] { : , }
to mislead, decieve [...\..., ' 613]
was led astray, deceived () [; ] { : }
to be encouraged, cheered up [..., ' 372] { : }
fly, fly about [..., ' 373] { : , , }
to wake up, become alert [..., ' 374] { : , }
awakening, becoming alert
to become crooked, twisted [; ; ] { : , }
to wrap oneself in... [..., ' 376] { : , }
to sneeze [..., ' 377]
leading astray
to become tied, weary () [..., ' 376] { : }
tiredness, weariness ()
to be delayed, put off [..., ' 378] { : , }
to be digested / [..., ' 378] { : , }
abuse, maltreatment
to ignore, disregard [..., ' 381] { : , , }
ignoring, disregard
to make love, have intercourse [; ; ]
sexual intercourse
to faint, pass out [..., ' 381]
fainting
1. to toil
2. to exercise, work out
[..., ' 383] { : }
gymnastics
to go deeply into... [..., ' 384] { : }
profundity, scrutinizing, deepening
to delight in, enjoy oneself [..., ' 385] { : }
to torment oneself [...\..., ' 386] { : , }
to take an interest in... () [...., ' 387] { : , }
interest, concern ()
to be involved in, deal with [..., ' 388] { : , , }
dealing with, occupation
to become nervous [...., ' 391] { : , }
nervousness