4. [AS. denu.] A narrow glen; a ravine; a dell. [Old Eng. & Scotch] Shak.
(Den), v. i. To live in, or as in, a den.
The sluggish salvages that den below.G. Fletcher.
(De*nar"co*tize) v. t. To deprive of narcotine; as, to denarcotize opium. De*nar`co*ti*za"tion
(||De*na"ri*us) n.; pl. Denarii [L. See 2d Denier.] A Roman silver coin of the value of about
fourteen cents; the "penny" of the New Testament; so called from being worth originally ten of the
pieces called as.
(Den"a*ry) a. [L. denarius. See 2d Denier.] Containing ten; tenfold; proceeding by tens; as, the
denary, or decimal, scale.
1. The number ten; a division into ten.
2. A coin; the Anglicized form of denarius. Udall.
(De*na`tion*al*i*za"tion) n. [Cf. F. dénationalisation.] The act or process of denationalizing.
(De*na"tion*al*ize) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Denationalized ; p. pr. & vb. n. Denationalizing.]
[Cf. F. dénationaliser.] To divest or deprive of national character or rights.
Bonaparte's decree denationalizes, as he calls it, all ships that have touched at a British port.Cobbett.
An expatriated, denationalized race.G. Eliot.
(De*nat"u*ral*ize) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Denaturalized ; p. pr. & vb. n. Denaturalizing.]
[Cf. F. dénaturaliser.]
1. To render unnatural; to alienate from nature.
2. To renounce the natural rights and duties of; to deprive of citizenship; to denationalize. [R.]
They also claimed the privilege, when aggrieved, of denaturalizing themselves, or, in other words, of
publicly renouncing their allegiance to their sovereign, and of enlisting under the banners of his enemy.Prescott.
(De*nay") v. t. [See Deny.] To deny. [Obs.]
That with great rage he stoutly doth denay.Spenser.
(De*nay"), n. Denial; refusal. [Obs.] Shak.
(Den"dra*chate) n. [L. dendrachates; Gr. de`ndron a tree + agate: cf. F. dendrachate,
dendragate.] (Min.) Arborescent or dendritic agate.
(Den"dri*form) a. [Gr. de`ndron tree + -form.] Resembling in structure a tree or shrub.
(Den"drite) n. [Gr. dendri`ths, fem. dendri^tis, of a tree, fr. de`ndron a tree: cf. F. dendrite.]
(Min.) A stone or mineral on or in which are branching figures resembling shrubs or trees, produced
by a foreign mineral, usually an oxide of manganese, as in the moss agate; also, a crystallized mineral
having an arborescent form, e. g., gold or silver; an arborization.