Baretti: A dictionary of the English and Italian languages
God-ére, v. n. & r.
1. to enjoy, to take pleasure, to be delighted (applicable also to immaterial and abstract objects); 2. to live well, enjoyone's self; 3. to make good cheer, to feast;4. to rejoice, be glad. — l'animo, to enjoy;v. a. to have, to enjoy, possess. — un podere, &c., to receive the rents of an estate. — il denaro, to spend money in pleasures. — le tasse, to be exempt from taxes; v. n. to improve, grow better (applied to plants); s. m.God-itóre , f. God-itríce; adj. God-énte.
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godere: to enioy, to possesse, to hold or owe as his owne. Also to delight with, to bee glad of, or reioice for.