Baretti: A dictionary of the English and Italian languages
Giudicá-re, v. n.
1. to judge, determine, decide, sentence; 2. to judge, think, esteem. — uno,to form a bad opinion of one or of his actions. — alla grossa, to judge from appearances. Fate quel che l'animo vi giudica, do what you think fit; v. a. 1. to pass sentence, either to acquit or condemn; 2. to sentence to death,condemn to the stake. — in testamento, to bequeath; v. r. to consider one's self at the end of one's existence; s. m. Giudicá-tóre, f. Giudicá-tríce; adj.Giudicá-nte .
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giudicare: to iudge, to doome, to sentence, to giue iudgement, to decree, to censure. Also to deeme, to thinke, to suppose. It hath also beene vsed to bequeath by will and testament.