Empanel to Empress
(Em*pan"el) n. [Pref. em- (L. in) + panel.] (Law) A list of jurors; a panel. [Obs.] Cowell.
(Em*pan"el), v. t. See Impanel.
(Em*pan"o*plied) a. [Pref. em- + panoply.] Completely armed; panoplied. Tennyson.
(Em*par"a*dise) v. t. Same as Imparadise.
(Em*park") v. t. [Pref. em- + park: cf. OF. emparchier, emparkier. Cf. Impark.] To make
a park of; to inclose, as with a fence; to impark. [Obs.]
(Em*par"lance) n. Parley; imparlance. [Obs.] Spenser.
(Em*pasm") n. [F. empasme, fr. Gr. to sprinkle in or on; in + to sprinkle.] A perfumed powder
sprinkled upon the body to mask the odor of sweat.
(Em*pas"sion) v. t. To move with passion; to affect strongly. See Impassion. [Obs.]
Those sights empassion me full near.Spenser.
(Em*pas"sion*ate) a. Strongly affected. [Obs.]
The Briton Prince was sore empassionate.Spenser.
(Em*pawn") v. t. [Pref. em- + pawn. Cf. Impawn.] To put in pawn; to pledge; to impawn.
To sell, empawn, and alienate the estates.Milman.
(Em*peach") v. t. To hinder. See Impeach. [Obs.] Spenser.
(Em*pearl") v. t. [Pref. em- + pearl. Cf. Impearl.] To form like pearls; to decorate with, or
as with, pearls; to impearl.
(Em*peo"ple) v. t. To form into a people or community; to inhabit; to people. [Obs.]
We now know 't is very well empeopled.Sir T. Browne.
(Em"per*ess) n. See Empress. [Obs.]
(Em"per*ice) n. An empress. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Em*per"il) v. t. To put in peril. See Imperil. Spenser.
(Em*per"ished) a. Perished; decayed. [Obs.]
I deem thy brain emperished be.Spenser.
Emperor goose (Zoöl.), a large and handsome goose found in Alaska. Emperor moth (Zoöl.), one
of several large and beautiful bombycid moths, with transparent spots on the wings; as the American
Cecropia moth (Platysamia cecropia), and the European species (Saturnia pavonia). Emperor paper.
See under Paper. Purple emperor (Zoöl.), a large, strong British butterfly
(Em"per*or) n. [OF. empereor, empereour, F. empereur, L. imperator, fr. imperare to command;
in in + parare to prepare, order. See Parade, and cf. Imperative, Empress.] The sovereign or supreme
monarch of an empire; a title of dignity superior to that of king; as, the emperor of Germany or of
Austria; the emperor or Czar of Russia.