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[BAAL, UNDECLINED] : N baal (syrian deity);

[BABAE] : INTERJ exclamation of surprise or amazement;

[BABAECALUS, BABAECALI] : N rich man (slang);

[BABBIUS, BABBIA, BABBIUM] : ADJ designation of a large variety of olive;

[BABULUS, BABULI] : N babbler, fool;

[BABURRUS, BABURRA, BABURRUM] : ADJ foolish, silly;

[BABYLON, BABYLONOS/IS] : N babylon (city on euphrates, capital of babylonia); people of babylon;

[BABYLONIA, BABYLONIAE] : N babylon (city on euphrates, capital of babylonia); babylonia;

[BABYLONIUS, BABYLONII] : N babylonian, inhabitant of babylon (city on euphrates, capital of babylonia);

[BABYLONIUS, BABYLONIA, BABYLONIUM] : ADJ babylonian, of babylon (city on euphrates, capital of babylonia);

[BACA, BACAE] : N berry, fruit of tree/shrub; olive; pearl; piece/bead of coral;

[BACALIA, BACALIAE] : N berry-bearer; female laurel regarded as a variety;

[BACALIS, BACALIS, BACALE] : ADJ berry-bearing (designation of the female laurel);

[BACALUSIA, BACALUSIAE] : N stupid guesses? (pl.); kind of sweetmeat? l+s);

[BACAR, BACARIS] : N vessel with a long handle (like bacrio); wine glass (l+s);

[BACATUS, BACATA, BACATUM] : ADJ set with pearls;

[BACCA, BACCAE] : N berry, fruit of tree/shrub; olive; pearl; piece/bead of coral;

[BACCA] : berry, pearl.

[BACCALAUREUSUS, BACCALAUREUSI] : N baccalaureate, bachelor's (degree); the lowest academic degree/step;

[BACCALIA, BACCALIAE] : N berry-bearer; female laurel regarded as a variety;

[BACCALIS, BACCALIS, BACCALE] : ADJ berry-bearing (designation of the female laurel);

[BACCAR, BACCARIS] : N unidentified plant (cyclamen?, sowbread); another plant; w/fragrant root w/oil;

[BACCAR] : -aris, neut Celtic Valerian, a plant which yielded a kind of oil, =nardum rusticum, =nardum gallicum, =saliunca Valeriana Celtica J.I. Miller

[BACCARIS, BACCARIS] : N unidentified plant (cyclamen?, sowbread); another plant; w/fragrant root w/oil;

[BACCARIS] : -is, (fem.) Celtic Valerian, a plant which yielded a kind of oil, =nardum rusticum, =nardum gallicum, =saliunca Valeriana Celtica J.I. Miller

[BACCATUS] : set with pearls, pearl encrusted, ornamented with pearls.

[BACCHABUNDUS, BACCHABUNDA, BACCHABUNDUM] : ADJ reveling in the manner of bacchantes, raving;

[BACCHANAL, BACCHANALIS] : N shrine/site where the rites of bacchus were celebrated;

[BACCHANAL, BACCHANALIS] : N festival/rites (pl.) of bacchus; bacchanalian orgy;

[BACCHANALIS, BACCHANALIS, BACCHANALE] : ADJ relating to bacchus; bacchanalian;

[BACCHANALIUM, BACCHANALII] : N festival/rites (pl.) of bacchus; bacchanalian orgy;

[BACCHANS, BACCHANTIS] : N votaries (pl.) of bacchus, bacchantes;

[BACCHAR, BACCHARIS] : N unidentified plant (cyclamen?, sowbread); another plant; w/fragrant root w/oil;

[BACCHAR] : -aris, (neut.) bacchar, Celtic Valerian, a plant which yielded a kind of oil, =nardum rusticum, =nardum gallicum, =saliunca (?) ; Valeriana Celtica; Gnaphalium sanguineum (J.I. Miller)

[BACCHARIS, BACCHARIS] : N unidentified plant (cyclamen?, sowbread); another plant; w/fragrant root w/oil;

[BACCHATIM] : ADV in the manner of bacchantes, riotously, wildly;

[BACCHATIO, BACCHATIONIS] : N celebration of rites of bacchus; orgy, debauch; reveling bacchanalian fashion;

[BACCHATUS] : enraged.

[BACCHIA, BACCHIAE] : N kind of drinking goblet/bowl;

[BACCHIACUS, BACCHIACA, BACCHIACUM] : ADJ name for the choriambic meter;

[BACCHIUS, BACCHII] : N metrical foot of three syllables, either long-long-short or short-long-long;

[BACCHOR, BACCHARI, -, BACCHATUS SUM] : V celebrate the rites of bacchus; revel, rave; riot, wander in frenzy; run wild;

[BACCHUS, BACCHI] : N kind of sea-fish (myxon l+s);

[BACCHUS, BACCHI] : N bacchus, god of wine/vine; the vine, wine;

[BACCIBALLUM, BACCIBALLI] : N piece; woman (slang), bit of stuff/fluff;

[BACCIFER, BACCIFERA, BACCIFERUM] : ADJ berry-bearing;

[BACCILLUM, BACCILLI] : N stick (small), walking stick, staff; shaft/handle (weapon/tool); lictor's staff;

[BACCINA, BACCINAE] : N plant (also called apollinaris);

[BACCOR, BACCARI, -, BACCATUS SUM] : V run riot/wild/crazy, dash in a frenzy; be frenzied;

[BACEOLUS, BACEOLA, BACEOLUM] : ADJ stupid, slow-witted, unintelligent, inept; foolish, silly; (used by augustus);

[BACIFER, BACIFERA, BACIFERUM] : ADJ berry-bearing;

[BACIFER] : berry-bearing.

[BACILLUM, BACILLI] : N stick (small), walking stick, staff; shaft/handle (weapon/tool); lictor's staff;

[BACILLUM] : rod, a small staff.

[BACILLUS, BACILLI] : N stick (small), walking stick, staff; shaft/handle (weapon/tool); lictor's staff;

[BACRIO, BACRIONIS] : N vessel with a long handle, ladle;

[BACTROPERITA, BACTROPERITAE] : N one carrying/with a staff and pouch; nickname of a cynic philosopher;

[BACULA, BACULAE] : N small berry;

[BACULUM, BACULI] : N stick, walking stick, staff; lictor's rod/staff (not the fascas); scepter;

[BACULUM] : baculus ; cane, walking stick, staff.

[BACULUS, BACULI] : N stick, walking stick, staff; lictor's rod/staff (not the fascas); scepter;

[BACUNUM] : cabage, cabbage-seed A. Souter p.27

[BADISSO, BADISSARE, BADISSAVI, BADISSATUS] : V go, proceed; walk;

[BADITIS, BADITIDIS] : N plant (nymphaea);

[BADITIS] : water-lily

[BADIUS, BADIA, BADIUM] : ADJ bay, reddish-brown, chestnut; (color esp. applied to horses);

[BADIZO, BADIZARE,] : V go, proceed; walk;

[BAE, BAES] : N palm branch; baiae (pl.) posh bay of naples resort w/hot springs, palm springs?;

[BAETICA, BAETICAE] : N baectia (province in southern spain, andalusia/granada);

[BAETICATUS, BAETICATA, BAETICATUM] : ADJ clothed in wool from baectia (province in southern spain, andalusia/granada);

[BAETO, BAETERE,] : V go;

[BAETULUS, BAETULI] : N species of meteoric stone;

[BAHEM] : palm-rod

[BAIA, BAIAE] : N palm branch; baiae (pl.) posh bay of naples resort w/hot springs, palm springs?;

[BAIA] : -ae palm-leaf

[BAIJULO, BAIJULARE,] : V carry, bear (a load);

[BAIJULUS, BAIJULI] : N porter, pall-bearer, carrier of a burden; steward; letter-carrier (l+s);

[BAIULO] : to carry a burden, have a responsibility.

[BAIULUS] : porter, pall-bearer, carrier of a burden/ steward.

[BAIULUS] : porter, pall-bearer, carrier of a burden / steward.

[BAJOLUS, BAJOLI] : N porter, pall-bearer, carrier of a burden; steward; letter-carrier (l+s);

[BAJULATIO, BAJULATIONIS] : N carrying/bearing of burdens/loads;

[BAJULATOR, BAJULATORIS] : N carrier, porter, one carrying/bearing burdens/loads;

[BAJULATORIUS, BAJULATORIA, BAJULATORIUM] : ADJ belonging to a carrier/porter (e.g., a sedan chair);

[BAJULO, BAJULARE,] : V carry, bear (a load);

[BAJULUS, BAJULI] : N porter, pall-bearer, carrier of a burden; steward; letter-carrier (l+s);

[BALAENA, BALAENAE] : N whale;

[BALAENA] : whale.

[BALAENACEUS, BALAENACEA, BALAENACEUM] : ADJ made of whalebone;

[BALANATUS, BALANATA, BALANATUM] : ADJ perfumed with oil of ben (winged horse-radish tree seeds moringa pterygosperms);

[BALANINUS, BALANINA, BALANINUM] : ADJ of the ben-nut (winged seeds of the horse-radish tree, moringa pterygosperms);

[BALANITES, BALANITAE] : N a precious stone;

[BALANITIS, BALANITIDIS] : N species of chestnut; (shaped like an acorn l+s);

[BALANS, (GEN.), BALANTIS] : ADJ bleating as proper epithet of sheep;

[BALANS, BALANTIS] : N bleater; sheep (pl.);

[BALANTUS, BALANTA, BALANTUM] : ADJ anointed/perfumed with balsam; embalmed;

[BALANUS, BALANI] : N acorn; other nuts, chestnut, ben-nut; date; balsam; shell-fish; suppository;

[BALANUS] : acorn, chestnut, date.

[BALANUS] : balanite Balanites aegyptiaca

[BALATRO, BALATRONIS] : N buffoon, fool; jester, joker; bleater, babbler;

[BALATRO] : fool, buffoon, jester.

[BALATUS, BALATUS] : N bleating (of sheep/goats);

[BALATUS] : bleating of sheep, baaing.

[BALAUSTIUM, BALAUSTI(I)] : N flower of the pomegranate;

[BALBE] : ADV inarticulately; obscurely;

[BALBUS, BALBA, BALBUM] : ADJ stammering, stuttering, lisping, suffering from a speech defect; fumbling;

[BALBUS] : stammering, stuttering, fumbling.

[BALBUTIO, BALBUTIRE,] : V stammer, stutter; lisp; speak obscurely/indistinctly; babble;

[BALBUTIO] : to stutter, stammer/ speak obscurely.

[BALBUTIO] : to stutter, stammer / speak obscurely.

[BALBUTTIO, BALBUTTIRE,] : V stammer, stutter; lisp; speak obscurely/indistinctly; babble;

[BALENA, BALENAE] : N whale;

[BALENA] : whale.

[BALENACEUS, BALENACEA, BALENACEUM] : ADJ made of whalebone;

[BALINEA, BALINEAE] : N baths (pl.);

[BALINEARE, BALINEARIS] : N bath utensils (pl.);

[BALINEARIS, BALINEARIS, BALINEARE] : ADJ pertaining/belonging to baths/bathhouse; bathhouse;

[BALINEARIUM, BALINEARII] : N baths (pl.), bathhouses, places for bathing;

[BALINEARIUS, BALINEARIA, BALINEARIUM] : ADJ pertaining/relating to baths/bathhouse; bathhouse;

[BALINEATICUM, BALINEATICI] : N bath money, piece of money to be paid for bath;

[BALINEATOR, BALINEATORIS] : N bath-attendant; keeper of a bathhouse;

[BALINEATORIUS, BALINEATORIA, BALINEATORIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining/related to a bath;

[BALINEATRIX, BALINEATRICIS] : N bath attendant (female);

[BALINEOLUM, BALINEOLI] : N small bath;

[BALINEUM BALNEUM] : bath, bathhouse, bathing-place.

[BALINEUM, BALINEI] : N bath; bathroom, (public) bath place/rooms (esp. pl.); bathtub; act of bathing;

[BALINEUM] : balneum ; bath, bathhouse, bathing-place.

[BALIOLUS, BALIOLA, BALIOLUM] : ADJ dark, swarthy, chestnut-colored?;

[BALIS, BALIS] : N unidentified plant; (vine?);

[BALISCUS, BALISCA, BALISCUM] : ADJ kind of vine?;

[BALISCUS, BALISCI] : N bath?;

[BALISTA, BALISTAE] : N ballista, large military engine for throwing stones and missiles;

[BALISTARIUM, BALISTARII] : N artillery emplacement;

[BALISTARIUS, BALISTARII] : N maker of ballistas;

[BALISTIUM, BALISTII] : N music/songs accompanying dancing;

[BALITO, BALITARE, BALITAVI, BALITATUS] : V bleat;

[BALLAENA, BALLAENAE] : N whale;

[BALLAENACEUS, BALLAENACEA, BALLAENACEUM] : ADJ made of whalebone;

[BALLATOR, BALLATORIS] : N dancer?;

[BALLEMATICUS, BALLEMATICA, BALLEMATICUM] : ADJ accompanying the dance;

[BALLENA, BALLENAE] : N whale;

[BALLISTA, BALLISTAE] : N ballista, large military engine for throwing stones and missiles;

[BALLISTA] : a siege engine, catapult, stone thrower.

[BALLISTARIUM, BALLISTARII] : N artillery emplacement;

[BALLISTARIUS, BALLISTARII] : N maker of ballistas;

[BALLISTIUM, BALLISTII] : N music/songs accompanying dancing;

[BALLO, BALLARE, BALLAVI, BALLATUS] : V dance;

[BALLOTE, BALLOTES] : N plant, black horehound?;

[BALLUCA, BALLUCAE] : N gold-dust, gold-sand;

[BALLUX, BALLUCIS] : N gold-dust, gold-sand;

[BALNEA, BALNEAE] : N baths (pl.);

[BALNEARE, BALNEARIS] : N bath utensils (pl.);

[BALNEARIS, BALNEARIS, BALNEARE] : ADJ pertaining/belonging to baths/bathhouse; bathhouse;

[BALNEARIUM, BALNEARII] : N baths (pl.), bathhouses, places for bathing;

[BALNEARIUS, BALNEARIA, BALNEARIUM] : ADJ pertaining/relating to baths/bathhouse; bathhouse;

[BALNEARIUS] : pertaining to the bathhouse/ bathhouse.

[BALNEARIUS] : pertaining to the bathhouse / bathhouse.

[BALNEATICUM, BALNEATICI] : N bath money, piece of money to be paid for bath;

[BALNEATOR, BALNEATORIS] : N bath-attendant; keeper of a bathhouse;

[BALNEATOR] : keeper of a bathhouse.

[BALNEATORIUS, BALNEATORIA, BALNEATORIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining/related to a bath;

[BALNEATRIX, BALNEATRICIS] : N bath attendant (female);

[BALNEOLUM, BALNEOLI] : N small bathroom;

[BALNEUM, BALNEI] : N bath; bathroom, (public) bath place/rooms (esp. pl.); bathtub; act of bathing;

[BALO, BALARE, BALAVI, BALATUS] : V bleat, baa (like a sheep); talk foolishly;

[BALO] : to bleat

[BALO] : to bleat.

[BALSAMAM] : balsam tree / balsam gum.

[BALSAMEUS, BALSAMEA, BALSAMEUM] : ADJ of balsam (aromatic resin used as unguent); balsamic;

[BALSAMINUS, BALSAMINA, BALSAMINUM] : ADJ of balsam (aromatic resin used as unguent); balsamic;

[BALSAMUM, BALSAMI] : N balsam; balsam tree/gum (aromatic resin used as unguent); balsam; balm;

[BALSAMUM] : balsam (cultivated) Commiphora opobalsamum

[BALSAMUM] : balsam tree/ balsam gum.

[BALTEARIUS, BALTEARII] : N maker of sword belts/baldrics;

[BALTEOLUS, BALTEOLI] : N small girdle;

[BALTEUM, BALTEI] : N belt; shoulder-band/baldric; woman's girdle; band around neck/breast of horse;

[BALTEUS, BALTEI] : N belt; shoulder-band/baldric; woman's girdle; band around neck/breast of horse;

[BALTEUS] : girdle.

[BALUCA, BALUCAE] : N gold-dust, gold-sand;

[BALUX, BALUCIS] : N gold-dust, gold-sand;

[BANANICUS, BANANICA, BANANICUM] : ADJ variety of vine (w/vitis);

[BANCHUS, BANCHI] : N species of fish;

[BANCUS, BANCI] : N species of fish;

[BAPHEUM, BAPHEI] : N dye-house;

[BAPHEUS, BAPHEI] : N dyer;

[BAPHIUM, BAPHII] : N dye-house;

[BAPTES, BAPTAE] : N precious stone;

[BAPTISMA, BAPTISMATIS] : N baptism; dipping in/under, washing, ablution;

[BAPTISMUM, BAPTISMI] : N baptism;

[BAPTISMUS, BAPTISMI] : N baptism;

[BAPTISTA, BAPTISTAE] : N baptizer; baptist;

[BAPTISTERIUM, BAPTISTERII] : N plunge-bath, place for bathing/swimming; baptistery, baptismal font;

[BAPTIZATIO, BAPTIZATIONIS] : N baptizing, baptism;

[BAPTIZATOR, BAPTIZATORIS] : N baptizer, baptist;

[BAPTIZO, BAPTIZARE, BAPTIZAVI, BAPTIZATUS] : V baptize; immerse;

[BARATHRUM, BARATHRI] : N abyss, chasm, pit; the infernal region, the underworld;

[BARATHRUM] : pit, abyss / the underworld.

[BARATHRUM] : pit, abyss/ the underworld.

[BARATRUM, BARATRI] : N infernal region, hell;

[BARBA, BARBAE] : N beard; whiskers; large unkempt beard ((pl.); jovis ~ => shrub, anthyllis barba;

[BARBA] : beard, whiskers.

[BARBARA, BARBARAE] : N foreign/barbarian woman; kind of plaster; plaster applied to raw wounds (l+s);

[BARBARE] : ADV in a foreign language; rudely, uncouthly, inelegantly; roughly, savagely;

[BARBARE] : barbarously, uncouthly, savagely/ in a foreign manner.

[BARBARIA, BARBARIAE] : N strange/foreign land; uncivilized races, barbarity; brutality; barbarism;

[BARBARIA] : a country other than Greece or Rome, savagery, rudeness.

[BARBARIA] : lack of culture, state of being uncivilized and/ or uncouth.

[BARBARICARIUS, BARBARICARII] : N gold-weaver, embroiderer in gold; gilder;

[BARBARICE] : ADV barbarously, uncouthly, rudely; like a foreigner, in a foreign language;

[BARBARICUM, BARBARICI] : N foreign land/country;

[BARBARICUM] : ADV barbarously, uncouthly, rudely; like a foreigner, in a foreign language;

[BARBARICUS, BARBARICA, BARBARICUM] : ADJ outlandish; foreign, strange; barbarous, savage; of uncivilized world/people;

[BARBARICUS] : a foreigner/ not Greek or Roman/ outlander.

[BARBARIES, BARBARIEI] : N strange/foreign land; uncivilized races, barbarity; brutality; barbarism;

[BARBARISMUS, BARBARISMI] : N barbarism, impropriety of speech;

[BARBAROLEXIS, BARBAROLEOS/IS] : N perversion of form of a word, change/inflection of greek to latin usage;

[BARBARUM, BARBARI] : N barbarism; impropriety of speech; kind of plaster (applied to raw wounds l+s);

[BARBARUS, BARBARA -UM, BARBARIOR -OR -US, BARBARISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ foreign, of/used by/typical of foreigners; cruel, savage; uncivilized, uncouth;

[BARBARUS, BARBARI] : N barbarian, uncivilized person; foreigner (not greek/roman);

[BARBARUS] : barbarian.

[BARBARUS] : barbarian/ foreigner/ rude, uncouth, rough, savage.

[BARBASCULUS, BARBASCULI] : N whipper-snapper?;

[BARBATORIA, BARBATORIAE] : N ceremony of the first shaving of the beard; shaving of the beard;

[BARBATULUS, BARBATULA, BARBATULUM] : ADJ having a small/foppish beard;

[BARBATUS, BARBATA, BARBATUM] : ADJ bearded, having a beard; (like the men of antiquity); (as sign of) adult;

[BARBATUS] : bearded, having a beard.

[BARBESCO, BARBESCERE,] : V get a beard, begin to grow/sprout a beard;

[BARBIGER, BARBIGERA, BARBIGERUM] : ADJ bearded (like a goat);

[BARBIO, BARBIRE, BARBIVI, BARBITUS] : V raise/grow a beard;

[BARBITIUM, BARBITII] : N growth of beard; beard;

[BARBITOS, BARBITI] : N lyre (properly of a lower pitch);

[BARBO, BARBARE, BARBAVI, BARBATUS] : V supply with a beard (or perhaps a nonsense word);

[BARBULA, BARBULAE] : N little beard (as worn by young romans l+s);

[BARBUS, BARBI] : N barbel, river barbel (cyprinus barbus);

[BARCA, BARCAE] : N small boat; bark, barge;

[BARCALA, BARCALAE] : N fool, simpleton;

[BARDITUS, BARDITUS] : N trumpeting (of an elephant); war-cry, battle-cry (of the germans);

[BARDOCUCULLUS, BARDOCUCULLI] : N cloak/overcoat (gallic); (with hood/cowl, of woolen stuff l+s);

[BARDUS, BARDA, BARDUM] : ADJ stupid, slow, dull;

[BARDUS, BARDI] : N bard (gallic), poet-singer, minstrel;

[BARDUS] : stupid, slow, dull.

[BARIPE, BARIPES] : N precious stone;

[BARIS, BARIDIS] : N flat-bottomed boat used on the nile;

[BARITUS, BARITUS] : N trumpeting (of an elephant); war-cry, battle-cry (of the germans);

[BARITUS] : barritus ; German war cry.

[BARO, BARONIS] : N block-head, lout, dunce, simpleton;

[BARO] : dolt, simpleton, fool, blockhead.

[BAROPTENUS, BAROPTENI] : N precious stone;

[BAROSUS, BAROSA, BAROSUM] : ADJ foolish, stupid, weak, effeminate;

[BARRINUS, BARRINA, BARRINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/belonging to an elephant;

[BARRIO, BARRIRE,] : V trumpet (of an elephant);

[BARRITUS, BARRITUS] : N trumpeting (of an elephant); war-cry, battle-cry (of the germans);

[BARRUS, BARRI] : N elephant;

[BARRUS] : elephant.

[BARYCEPHALUS, BARYCEPHALA, BARYCEPHALUM] : ADJ top-heavy; with low walls and broad roofs (l+s);

[BARYCUS, BARYCA, BARYCUM] : ADJ top-heavy; with low walls and broad roofs (l+s);

[BARYPICRON, BARYPICRI] : N greek epithet for wormwood (very bitter);

[BARYTHON, BARYTHONIS] : N plant (also called sabina);

[BARYTHONON] : ADJ not accented on the last syllable;

[BARYTHONOS, BARYTHONOS] : ADJ not accented on the last syllable;

[BASALTES, BASALTIS] : N dark and very hard species of marble in ethiopia; (m, contrary to rule l+s);

[BASANITES, BASANITAE] : N kind of quartz used in touchstones/whetstones/mortars (basanite?); teststone;

[BASCAUDA, BASCAUDAE] : N basin (kind of british origin); mat or dish holder of fine basket-work l+s);

[BASCAUDA] : a basket.

[BASELLA, BASELLAE] : N small pedestal/base;

[BASIATIO, BASIATIONIS] : N kiss;

[BASIATIO] : the act of kissing, giving a kiss, being kissed, a kiss.

[BASIATOR, BASIATORIS] : N kisser, one who kisses;

[BASIATOR] : one who kisses.

[BASICULA, BASICULAE] : N small pedestal/base;

[BASILEUM, BASILEI] : N crown (on statue of isis); royal/princely ornament; an eye salve;

[BASILEUS, BASILEUS] : N king;

[BASILICA, BASILICAE] : N basilica; oblong hall with colonnade as law court/exchange; church (medieval);

[BASILICA] : a public building for law cases, etc./ a church, cathedral.

[BASILICANUS, BASILICANI] : N haunter of basilicas;

[BASILICE, BASILICES] : N black plaster; an eye salve;

[BASILICE] : ADV royally, in a princely fashion/a magnificent manner; wholly, completely (l+s);

[BASILICE] : royally, regally.

[BASILICOLA, BASILICOLAE] : N small/little church/chapel;

[BASILICON, BASILICI] : N black plaster; an eye salve;

[BASILICUM, BASILICI] : N the best throw in dice (a royal/king's throw); princely robe; best kind of nuts;

[BASILICUS, BASILICA, BASILICUM] : ADJ royal, princely, magnificent, splendid; kind of vine;

[BASILICUS, BASILICI] : N the best throw in dice (a royal/king's throw); (also called venereus);

[BASILICUS] : regal, royal, princely.

[BASILISCA, BASILISCAE] : N plant (also called regula); (antidote for the bite of the basilisk/cockatrice);

[BASILISCUS, BASILISCI] : N basilisk, cockatrice; kind of snake/lizard;

[BASILIUM, BASILII] : N crown (on statue of isis); royal/princely ornament; an eye salve;

[BASIO, BASIARE, BASIAVI, BASIATUS] : V kiss, give a kiss;

[BASIO] : to kiss.

[BASIOBALLUM, BASIOBALLI] : N woman (slang), piece, bit of fluff, crumpet;

[BASIOLUM, BASIOLI] : N little kiss, peck;

[BASIS, BASIS] : N pedestal; base, point of attachment; foundation, support; chord (of an arc);

[BASIS] : a base/ foundation/ pedestal.

[BASIUM, BASI(I)] : N kiss; kiss of the hand;

[BASIUM] : a kiss.

[BASIUM] : kiss.

[BASSILICA, BASSILICAE] : N basilica; oblong hall with colonnade used as law court or exchange;

[BASTAGA, BASTAGAE] : N carriage of baggage, carrying of freight on wagons, cartage, transport;

[BASTAGARIUS, BASTAGARII] : N baggage-master;

[BASTAGIA, BASTAGIAE] : N carriage of baggage, carrying of freight on wagons, cartage, transport;

[BASTERNA, BASTERNAE] : N sedan chair/litter (enclosed on all sides, carried by mules);

[BASTERNARIUS, BASTERNARII] : N bearer of a sedan chair/litter;

[BAT] : CONJ but, while, however (contemptuous parity of 'at' - b-b-but);

[BATALARIA, BATALARIAE] : N kind of warship;

[BATENIM] : CONJ but, yet, nevertheless, however; (contemptuous parity of 'atenim' - b-b-but);

[BATHRUM, BATHRI] : N base, pedestal;

[BATIA, BATIAE] : N fish; (perh. skate or ray);

[BATIACA, BATIACAE] : N drinking vessel, cup, goblet;

[BATILLUM, BATILLI] : N shovel; fire/coal/dirt/dung shovel; chafing dish, fire/fumigating/incense pan;

[BATILLUS, BATILLI] : N shovel; fire/coal/dirt/dung shovel; chafing dish, fire/fumigating/incense pan;

[BATIOCA, BATIOCAE] : N drinking vessel, cup, goblet;

[BATIOLA, BATIOLAE] : N drinking vessel, cup, goblet;

[BATIS, BATIS] : N plant (prob. samphire, crithmum maritimum and sim. species);

[BATRACHION, BATRACHII] : N plant of genus ranunculus;

[BATRACHITES, BATRACHITAE] : N precious stone (frog-green l+s);

[BATRACHIUM, BATRACHII] : N plant of genus ranunculus;

[BATRACHUS, BATRACHI] : N fish (prob. the angler, lophius piscatorius);

[BATTALIA, BATTALIAE] : N fighting/fencing exercises of soldiers and gladiators;

[BATTIS, BATTIS] : N plant (prob. samphire, crithmum maritimum and sim. species);

[BATTO, BATTERE,] : V pound, beat, hit, strike; fence (with swords);

[BATTUALIA, BATTUALIAE] : N fighting/fencing exercises of soldiers and gladiators;

[BATTUARIUM, BATTUARII] : N mortar;

[BATTUO, BATTUERE,] : V pound, beat hit, strike; fence (with swords);

[BATTUO] : to beat, strike, smack, knock, hit.

[BATUO, BATUERE,] : V pound, beat hit, strike; fence (with swords);

[BATUS, BATI] : N bath, a hebrew measure for liquids, about 9 gallons;

[BATUS, BATI] : N bramble; blackberry bush, raspberry bush;

[BAUBOR, BAUBARI, -, BAUBATUS SUM] : V bark (of dogs), bay, howl;

[BAXA, BAXAE] : N kind of sandal; (woven, worn on the comic stage and by philosophers l+s);

[BAXEA, BAXEAE] : N kind of sandal; (woven, worn on the comic stage and by philosophers l+s);

[BAXEARIUS, BAXEARII] : N sandal maker; maker of woven shoes (l+s);

[BAXIARIUS, BAXIARII] : N sandal maker; maker of woven shoes (l+s);

[BDELLA, BDELLAE] : N aromatic gum; tree (prob. of genus balsamodendron);

[BDELLIUM, BDELLII] : N aromatic gum; tree (prob. of genus balsamodendron);

[BE] : INTERJ baa (sound made by sheep);

[BEATE, BEATIUS, BEATISSIME] : ADV happily; excellently, felicitously; lavishly, abundantly;

[BEATIFICO, BEATIFICARE, BEATIFICAVI, BEATIFICATUS] : V bless; make happy;

[BEATIFICUS, BEATIFICA, BEATIFICUM] : ADJ making happy or blessed, blessing;

[BEATITAS, BEATITATIS] : N supreme happiness, blessedness, a blessed condition, beatitude;

[BEATITAS] : happiness, felicity, blessedness.

[BEATITUDO, BEATITUDINIS] : N supreme happiness, blessedness, a blessed condition, beatitude;

[BEATULUS, BEATULA, BEATULUM] : ADJ blessed (said of a deceased person);

[BEATULUS, BEATULI] : N the sainted/happy fellow (ironic/of the dead);

[BEATUM, BEATI] : N happiness, blessedness; good fortune; good circumstances;

[BEATUS, BEATA -UM, BEATIOR -OR -US, BEATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ happy, fortunate, bringing happiness; rich, wealthy, copious, sumptuous;

[BEATUS, BEATA, BEATUM] : ADJ blessed, blissful; "saint" (in early church, less formal);

[BEATUS, BEATI] : N happy/fortunate men/persons (pl.); the rich;

[BEATUS] : blessed, fortunate, sometimes "saint".

[BEBER, BEBRI] : N beaver;

[BEBO, BEBARE, BEBAVI, BEBATUS] : V bleat;

[BEBRA, BEBRAE] : N a weapon of the barbarous nations;

[BEBRINUS, BEBRINA, BEBRINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the beaver, beaver-;

[BECCUS, BECCI] : N bill, beak (esp. of the cock);

[BECHICUS, BECHICA, BECHICUM] : ADJ of/for a cough;

[BECHION, BECHII] : N plant (perh. coltsfoot, tussiago farfara); (good for cough l+s);

[BEE] : INTERJ baa; sound made by a sheep;

[BEIA] : INTERJ (comic word as contemptuous echo of 'heia' see!);

[BELBUS, BELBI] : N hyena;

[BELGA, BELGAE] : N belgae (pl.), a people of n gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[BELGICUS, BELGICA, BELGICUM] : ADJ of/connected with the belgae, a people of n gaul;

[BELGIUM, BELGII] : N belgium, country of the belgae, a people of n gaul;

[BELION, BELII] : N strong smelling plant (poley-germander, teucrium polium?);

[BELLAQUE MATRIBUS DETESTATA. ] : PHRASE the war, hated by mothers.

[BELLARIUM, BELLARII] : N sweetmeats (pl.), dainties;

[BELLATOR, (GEN.), BELLATORIS] : ADJ warlike, martial; of war (~ equus => war horse);

[BELLATOR, BELLATORIS] : N warrior, fighter; soldier;

[BELLATOR] : fighting man, warrior.

[BELLATORIUS, BELLATORIA, BELLATORIUM] : ADJ warlike, pugnacious] : useful in war; martial;

[BELLATORIUS] : warlike, martial, pugnacious.

[BELLATORUS, BELLATORA, BELLATORUM] : ADJ war-like, martial, ready to fight, valorous; spirited/war/battle (horse);

[BELLATRIX, (GEN.), BELLATRICIS] : ADJ warlike, martial; skilled/useful in war; of animals/things used in war;

[BELLATRIX, BELLATRICIS] : N female warrior;

[BELLATULUS, BELLATULA, BELLATULUM] : ADJ pretty, neat;

[BELLAX, (GEN.), BELLACIS] : ADJ warlike; martial;

[BELLE, BELLIUS, BELLISSIME] : ADV well, nicely; satisfactorily/agreeably, suitably/neatly; fortunately/favorably;

[BELLE, BELLIUS, BELLISSIME] : ADV (w/esse => have a nice time; w/habere => be well; w/est => all is well);

[BELLE] : prettily, handsomely, charmingly.

[BELLIATULUS, BELLIATULA, BELLIATULUM] : ADJ pretty little (term of endearment);

[BELLIATUS, BELLIATA, BELLIATUM] : ADJ pretty, beautiful;

[BELLICOSUS, BELLICOSA -UM, BELLICOSIOR -OR -US, BELLICOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ warlike, fierce; fond of war;

[BELLICOSUS] : warlike.

[BELLICREPUS, BELLICREPA, BELLICREPUM] : ADJ marked by the sound of arms; (~a saltio => an armed dance, dance in arms);

[BELLICUM, BELLICI] : N signal (on trumpet) for march/attack/etc. (w/canere); military trumpet call;

[BELLICUM] : a signal to march, attack, advance, charge.

[BELLICUS, BELLICA, BELLICUM] : ADJ of war, military; warlike; (~um canere => sound attack horn/begin hostilities);

[BELLICUS] : martial, military, war-like.

[BELLIFER, BELLIFERA, BELLIFERUM] : ADJ waging war, warring; warlike, martial; war-, battle-;

[BELLIGER, BELLIGERA, BELLIGERUM] : ADJ waging war, warring; warlike, martial; war-, battle-;

[BELLIGER] : at war, waging war, in a state of war, warlike.

[BELLIGERATOR, BELLIGERATORIS] : N warrior, combatant;

[BELLIGERO, BELLIGERARE, BELLIGERAVI, BELLIGERATUS] : V wage or carry on war; be at war;

[BELLIGERO] : to wage war, be at war, be in a state of war.

[BELLIGEROR, BELLIGERARI, -, BELLIGERATUS SUM] : V wage or carry on war; be at war;

[BELLIO, BELLIONIS] : N meadow flower (unidentified); (yellow ox-eye daisy - l+s);

[BELLIPOTENS, (GEN.), BELLIPOTENTIS] : ADJ powerful/mighty/valiant in war; (often of gods);

[BELLIS, BELLIS] : N flower (perh. daisy); (white daisy, ox-eye - l+s);

[BELLISONUS, BELLISONA, BELLISONUM] : ADJ sounding of/like war/battle;

[BELLITUDO, BELLITUDINIS] : N elegance; beauty, loveliness;

[BELLO, BELLARE, BELLAVI, BELLATUS] : V fight, wage war, struggle; take part in war/battle/fight (also animals/games);

[BELLO] : to wage war.

[BELLONARIA, BELLONARIAE] : N plant (solanum) used by priests at the festival of bellona (goddess of war);

[BELLOR, BELLARI,] : V fight, wage war, struggle; take part in war/battle/fight (also animals/games);

[BELLOR] : to wage war.

[BELLOSUS, BELLOSA, BELLOSUM] : ADJ warlike;

[BELLOVACUS, BELLOVACI] : N bellovaci, tribe of gallia belgica (near rouen in normandy) - caesar;

[BELLUA, BELLUAE] : N beast, wild animal (incl. sea creature); monster, brute (great size/ferocity);

[BELLUALIS, BELLUALIS, BELLUALE] : ADJ bestial, brutish; brutal;

[BELLUATUS, BELLUATA, BELLUATUM] : ADJ provided with beasts (real or on embroidery);

[BELLUILIS, BELLUILIS, BELLUILE] : ADJ bestial, brutish; brutal;

[BELLUINUS, BELLUINA, BELLUINUM] : ADJ proper/pertaining to beasts, bestial;

[BELLULE] : ADV prettily, nicely, finely;

[BELLULUS, BELLULA, BELLULUM] : ADJ pretty/nice (little), fine, lovely, beautiful;

[BELLUM OMNIUM CONTRA OMNES. ] : PHRASE everybody's war against everybody.

[BELLUM, BELLI] : N war, warfare; battle, combat, fight; (at/in) (the) war(s); military force, arms;

[BELLUM] : war, warfare.

[BELLUM] : war.

[BELLUS, BELLA -UM, BELLIOR -OR -US, BELLISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ pretty, handsome, charming, pleasant, agreeable, polite; nice, fine, excellent;

[BELLUS] : beautiful, pretty, charming, handsome.

[BELO, BELARE, BELAVI, BELATUS] : V bleat, baa (like a sheep); talk foolishly;

[BELOACOS, BELOACI] : N plant (also called dictamnus);

[BELONE, BELONES] : N fish (same as acus); pipefish, needlefish, hornpike, gar;

[BELOTOCOS, BELTOCI] : N plant (also called dictamnus);

[BELUA, BELUAE] : N beast, wild animal (incl. sea creature); monster, brute (great size/ferocity);

[BELUALIS, BELUALIS, BELUALE] : ADJ bestial, brutish; brutal;

[BELUATUS, BELUATA, BELUATUM] : ADJ provided with beasts (real or on embroidery);

[BELUILIS, BELUILIS, BELUILE] : ADJ bestial, brutish; brutal;

[BELUINUS, BELUINA, BELUINUM] : ADJ proper/pertaining to beasts, bestial;

[BELUOSUS, BELUOSA, BELUOSUM] : ADJ that abounds/abounding in beasts/monsters;

[BELUUS, BELUA, BELUUM] : ADJ proper/pertaining to beasts, bestial;

[BENE QUI LATUIT, BENE VIXIT. ] : PHRASE one who lives well, lives unnoticed.

[BENE, MELIUS, OPTIME] : ADV well, very, quite, rightly, agreeably, cheaply, in good, style; better; best;

[BENE] : well (melior ; better / optime ; best ).

[BENE] : well (melior ; better / optime ; best )

[BENEDICE] : ADV with friendly words, kindly;

[BENEDICO, BENEDICERE, BENEDIXI, BENEDICTUS] : V bless; praise; speak well of; speak kindly of (class. 2 words);

[BENEDICTIO, BENEDICTIONIS] : N blessing; benediction; extolling, praising; consecrated/sacred object;

[BENEDICTUS QUI VENIT IN NOMINE DOMINI. ] : PHRASE blessed is he who comes in the name of the lord.

[BENEDICTUS, BENEDICTA, BENEDICTUM] : ADJ blessed; blest; approved/praised/spoken well of (person);

[BENEDICTUS, BENEDICTI] : N blessed/blest one; an approved/praised person, spoken well of;

[BENEDICUS, BENEDICA, BENEDICUM] : ADJ friendly, kind; speaking friendly words;

[BENEFACIO, BENEFACERE, BENEFECI, BENEFACTUS] : V do service to/confer benefit on (class. 2 words);

[BENEFACTIO, BENEFACTIONIS] : N performing an act of kindness; doing a favor/kindness/boon;

[BENEFACTOR, BENEFACTORIS] : N benefactor; he who does/confers a favor/kindness;

[BENEFACTUM, BENEFACTI] : N benefit, service (also as 2 words); good deed (usu. pl.);

[BENEFICE] : ADV beneficently;

[BENEFICENTIA, BENEFICENTIAE] : N beneficence, kindness; honorable treatment;

[BENEFICENTIA] : kindness, benevolence, kindliness.

[BENEFICIARIUS, BENEFICIARI(I)] : N privileged soldiers (pl.) (exempt from certain duties) (ex., bodyguards);

[BENEFICIARIUS, BENEFICIARIA, BENEFICIARIUM] : ADJ that is given as a favor; pertaining to a favor;

[BENEFICIATUS, BENEFICIATUS] : N status of beneficiarius, privileged soldier (exempt from certain duties);

[BENEFICIENTIA, BENEFICIENTIAE] : N beneficence, kindness;

[BENEFICIUM ACCIPERE LIBERTATEM EST VENDERE. ] : PHRASE to accept a favour is to sell freedom.

[BENEFICIUM, BENEFICI(I)] : N kindness, favor, benefit, service, help; privilege, right;

[BENEFICIUM] : benefit, favor, service, privilege, right.

[BENEFICIUM] : boon, reward, wages, bribe, gift, pious donation.

[BENEFICUS, BENEFICA -UM, BENEFICENTIOR -OR -US, BENEFICENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ beneficent, kind, generous, liberal, serviceable;

[BENEFICUS] : kind, generous, obliging.

[BENEMERENS, BENEMERENTIS (GEN.), BENEMERENTIOR -OR -US, BENEMERENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ well deserving;

[BENEMERITUS, BENEMERITA -UM, BENEMERITIOR -OR -US, BENEMERITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ well deserved/due/deserving;

[BENEMORIUS, BENEMORIA, BENEMORIUM] : ADJ having good moral qualities;

[BENEOLENTIA, BENEOLENTIAE] : N agreeable smell;

[BENEPLACEO, BENEPLACERE, BENEPLACUI, BENEPLACITUS] : V please;

[BENEPLACITUM, BENEPLACITI] : N good pleasure, gracious purpose;

[BENEPLACITUS, BENEPLACITA, BENEPLACITUM] : ADJ pleasing, acceptable;

[BENESUADUS, BENESUADA, BENESUADUM] : ADJ advising well;

[BENEVOLE] : ADV in a spirit of good will, in a friendly manner;

[BENEVOLENS, BENEVOLENTIS (GEN.), BENEVOLENTIOR -OR -US, BENEVOLENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ kind, friendly, benevolent, well-wishing, kind-hearted;

[BENEVOLENS, BENEVOLENTIS] : N friend, well-wisher, kind-heart;

[BENEVOLENS] : well-wishing, helpfull, thoughtful, kindly.

[BENEVOLENTIA, BENEVOLENTIAE] : N benevolence, kindness, goodwill; favor; endearments;

[BENEVOLENTIA] : benevolence, kindness, good will.

[BENEVOLUS, BENEVOLA, BENEVOLUM] : ADJ well-wishing, kind, benevolent, friendly, devoted;

[BENEVOLUS, BENEVOLI] : N well-wisher, friend;

[BENIFICIUM, BENIFICI(I)] : N kindness, favor, benefit, service, help; privilege, right;

[BENIGNE, BENIGNIUS, BENIGNISSIME] : ADV kindly, benevolently, obligingly; courteously, cheerfully; freely, generously;

[BENIGNE] : kindly, generously.

[BENIGNITAS, BENIGNITATIS] : N kindness, courtesy; friendliness, benevolence; liberality, favor; bounty; mercy;

[BENIGNITAS] : kind, friendly, generous/ abundant, bounteous.

[BENIGNITER] : ADV kindly, in a friendly manner; benignly;

[BENIGNOR, BENIGNARI,] : V rejoice, take delight (in);

[BENIGNUS, BENIGNA -UM, BENIGNIOR -OR -US, BENIGNISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ kind, favorable, obliging; kindly, mild, affable; liberal, bounteous;

[BENIGNUS] : kind, generous, helpful.

[BENIVOLE] : ADV in a spirit of good will, in a friendly manner;

[BENIVOLENS, BENIVOLENTIS (GEN.), BENIVOLENTIOR -OR -US, BENIVOLENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ kind, friendly, benevolent, well-wishing, kind-hearted;

[BENIVOLENS, BENIVOLENTIS] : N friend, well-wisher, kind-heart;

[BENIVOLENTIA, BENIVOLENTIAE] : N benevolence, kindness, goodwill; favor; endearments;

[BENIVOLUS, BENIVOLA, BENIVOLUM] : ADJ well-wishing, kind, benevolent, friendly, devoted;

[BENIVOLUS, BENIVOLI] : N well-wisher, friend;

[BENNA, BENNAE] : N kind of carriage (wickerwork?) (gallic);

[BEO, BEARE, BEAVI, BEATUS] : V bless, make happy, gladden, delight; enrich (with);

[BEO] : to bless.

[BERBEX, BERBECIS] : N wether (castrated male sheep); stupid/sluggish person;

[BERGOMAGISTER, BERGOMAGISTERI] : N bergomeister; mayor;

[BERILLUS, BERILLI] : N beryl; (berylius aeroides => sapphire l+s);

[BERULA, BERULAE] : N herb (also called cardamine);

[BERULLUS, BERULLI] : N beryl; (berylius aeroides => sapphire l+s);

[BERVEX, BERVECIS] : N wether (castrated male sheep); stupid/sluggish person;

[BERYLLOS, BERYLLI] : N beryl; (berylius aeroides => sapphire l+s);

[BERYLLUS, BERYLLI] : N beryl; (berylius aeroides => sapphire l+s);

[BES, BESIS] : N two thirds of any whole; (ex bese => in ratio of 2] : 3); (or 8, 2/3 of 12 l+s);

[BES, BESSIS] : N two thirds of any whole; (ex bese => in ratio of 2] : 3); (or 8, 2/3 of 12 l+s);

[BES] : NUM two thirds; (bes alter => one and two thirds);

[BESALIS, BESALIS, BESALE] : ADJ two thirds; (often means eight, as 2/3 of 12 mos. l+s); of small value;

[BESSALIS, BESSALIS, BESSALE] : ADJ two thirds; (often means eight, as 2/3 of 12 mos. l+s); of small value;

[BESTIA, BESTIAE] : N beast, animal, creature; wild beast/animal, beast of prey in the arena;

[BESTIA] : animal, beast.

[BESTIALIS, BESTIALIS, BESTIALE] : ADJ bestial, like a beast; fierce;

[BESTIARIUS, BESTIARIA, BESTIARIUM] : ADJ of/with/pertaining to beasts;

[BESTIARIUS, BESTIARI(I)] : N fighter with wild beasts at public shows;

[BESTIOLA, BESTIOLAE] : N little creature, insect;

[BETA, BETAE] : N beet, beetroot;

[BETA, UNDECLINED] : N beta (second letter of the greek alphabet); second of anything, second item;

[BETA] : -ae, (fem.) beet, vegetable Beta maritima Cicero, Cassell

[BETACEUS, BETACEA, BETACEUM] : ADJ of/from/pertaining to a beet;

[BETACEUS, BETACEI] : N beetroot;

[BETH, UNDECLINED] : N bet; (2nd letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as b and v);

[BETHLEEMITES, BETHLEEMITAE] : N inhabitant/citizen of bethlehem; (town where christ was born);

[BETHSAMES, (GEN.), BETHSAMITIS] : ADJ bethsamite, of/from bethsames (town in palistine);

[BETHSAMES, BETHSAMITAE] : N bethsames; (town in palistine);

[BETIS, BETIS] : N beet, beetroot;

[BETISSO, BETISSARE,] : V be languid (soft as a beet);

[BETIZO, BETIZARE,] : V be languid (soft as a beet);

[BETO, BETERE,] : V go;

[BETULA, BETULAE] : N birch tree;

[BETULLA, BETULLAE] : N birch tree;

[BIAEOTHANATUS, BIAEOTHANATA, BIAEOTHANATUM] : ADJ dying by violence; that dies a violent death;

[BIARCHIA, BIARCHIAE] : N office of biarchus, commissaryship;

[BIARCHUS, BIARCHI] : N commissary, superintendent of provisions;

[BIBAMUS, MORIENDUM EST. ] : PHRASE let us drink, death is inevitable.

[BIBAX, (GEN.), BIBACIS] : ADJ that is given to drinking, given to drink;

[BIBERARIUS, BIBERARI(I)] : N drink seller;

[BIBERE HUMANUM EST, ERGO BIBAMUS. ] : PHRASE to drink is human, let us therefore drink.

[BIBILIS, BIBILIS, BIBILE] : ADJ drinkable, potable;

[BIBIO, BIBIONIS] : N small insect generated in wine;

[BIBITOR, BIBITORIS] : N drinker; tippler;

[BIBLIA, BIBLIAE] : N the bible (later and more common usage);

[BIBLINUS, BIBLINA, BIBLINUM] : ADJ made of egyptian papyrus;

[BIBLIOPOLA, BIBLIOPOLAE] : N bookseller;

[BIBLIOTHECA, BIBLIOTHECAE] : N library (either collection of books or the building, also person in charge);

[BIBLIOTHECALIS, BIBLIOTHECALIS, BIBLIOTHECALE] : ADJ of/belonging to a library (either collection of books or the building);

[BIBLIOTHECARIUS, BIBLIOTHECARII] : N librarian;

[BIBLIOTHECE, BIBLIOTHECES] : N library (either collection of books or the building, also person in charge);

[BIBLIOTHECULA, BIBLIOTHECULAE] : N small library/collection of books;

[BIBLIUM, BIBLII] : N the bible (pl.) (early usage);

[BIBLUS, BIBLI] : N egyptian papyrus;

[BIBO, BIBERE, BIBI, BIBITUS] : V drink; toast; visit, frequent (w/river name); drain, draw off; thirst for; suck;

[BIBO, BIBONIS] : N hard drinker, tippler, drunkard; kind of worm bread in wine;

[BIBO] : scurvy-grass; water plantain p.30

[BIBO] : to drink, quaff.

[BIBONIUS, BIBONII] : N hard drinker, tippler, drunkard;

[BIBOSUS, BIBOSA, BIBOSUM] : ADJ addicted/given to drink, fond of drink;

[BIBRAX, BIBRACTIS] : N bibrax, a town of the remi in central gaul;

[BIBREVIS, BIBREVIS, BIBREVE] : ADJ having meter consisting of two short syllables;

[BIBULUS, BIBULA, BIBULUM] : ADJ fond of drinking, ever thirsty; soaking, sodden; spongy, absorbent, porous;

[BICALLIS] : foot-path, path.

[BICAMERATUM, BICAMERATI] : N receptacle with two compartments;

[BICAMERATUS, BICAMERATA, BICAMERATUM] : ADJ double vaulted/arched;

[BICAMINE] : of pine Dioscorides, p.30

[BICAPS, (GEN.), BICAPITIS] : ADJ two-headed; with two summits; having two parts, two-fold;

[BICEPS, (GEN.), BICIPITIS] : ADJ two-headed; with two summits; having two parts, two-fold;

[BICEPSOS, BICEPSOS] : ADJ two-headed; with two summits; having two parts, two-fold;

[BICESSIS, BICESSIS] : N twenty asses (money);

[BICINIUM, BICINII] : N duet;

[BICIPS, (GEN.), BICIPITIS] : ADJ two-headed; with two summits; having two parts, two-fold;

[BICLINIUM, BICLINI(I)] : N dining couch for two persons;

[BICODULUS, BICODULA, BICODULUM] : ADJ having two tails;

[BICOLOR, (GEN.), BICOLORIS] : ADJ of two colors;

[BICOLORUS, BICOLORA, BICOLORUM] : ADJ of two colors;

[BICOMIS, BICOMIS, BICOME] : ADJ with hair/bristles down on both sides of the neck, with double mane (horses);

[BICORNIGER, BICORNIGERI] : N the two-horned (god), epithet of bacchus;

[BICORNIS, BICORNIS, BICORNE] : ADJ two-horned; two-pronged; having two points; having two peaks (mountain);

[BICORNIS, BISCORNIS] : N horned animals (pl.) sacrifice;

[BICORPOR, (GEN.), BICORPORIS] : ADJ double-bodied, having two bodies;

[BICORS, (GEN.), BICORDIS] : ADJ having two hearts; dissembling, false, treacherous;

[BICOXUS, BICOXA, BICOXUM] : ADJ having two thighs/hips; having two haunches;

[BICROTUM, BICROTI] : N a light galley, perhaps propelled by two banks of oars;

[BICUBITALIS, BICUBITALIS, BICUBITALE] : ADJ of two cubits length;

[BICUBITALUS, BICUBITALA, BICUBITALUM] : ADJ of two cubits length;

[BIDENS, (GEN.), BIDENTIS] : ADJ two-pronged; with two teeth; two bladed; having two permanent teeth;

[BIDENS, BIDENTIS] : N animal for sacrifice (esp. sheep);

[BIDENS, BIDENTIS] : N heavy hoe, mattock with two iron teeth;

[BIDENS] : sheep, sacrificial animal.

[BIDENTAL, BIDENTALIS] : N place struck by lightning where forbidden to tread; sacrifice offered there;

[BIDENTALIS, BIDENTALIS, BIDENTALE] : ADJ of sacred place (place struck by lightning) or of sacrifice offered there;

[BIDENTATIO, BIDENTATIONIS] : N harrowing; (working ground with bidens, heavy mattock); breaking/tearing up;

[BIDUUM, BIDUI] : N two days (a period of ...);

[BIDUUS, BIDUA, BIDUUM] : ADJ continuing for two days, of two days;

[BIENNALIS, BIENNALIS, BIENNALE] : ADJ continuing for two years, over two years; of two years;

[BIENNIS, BIENNIS, BIENNE] : ADJ two years old; lasting two years;

[BIENNIUM, BIENNI(I)] : N two years (a period of ...);

[BIFARIAM] : ADV in two parts/places/ways, on two sides;

[BIFARIUS, BIFARIA, BIFARIUM] : ADJ twofold, double;

[BIFAX, (GEN.), BIFACIS] : ADJ two-faced;

[BIFER, BIFERA, BIFERUM] : ADJ bearing twice, bearing fruit or flowers twice a year;

[BIFERUS, BIFERA, BIFERUM] : ADJ compounded of two animals, two-fold form; heterogeneous;

[BIFESTUS, BIFESTA, BIFESTUM] : ADJ doubly festive; (~ dies => twofold festival);

[BIFIDATUS, BIFIDATA, BIFIDATUM] : ADJ cloven, cleft, forked; divided in two parts;

[BIFIDUS, BIFIDA, BIFIDUM] : ADJ cloven, cleft, forked; divided in two parts;

[BIFILUM, BIFILI] : N double thread;

[BIFISSUS, BIFISSA, BIFISSUM] : ADJ cloven, cleft, forked; divided in two parts;

[BIFORIS, BIFORIS, BIFORE] : ADJ having two leaves/casements (door/window)/openings, folding; from a double pipe;

[BIFORMATUS, BIFORMATA, BIFORMATUM] : ADJ of double form, two formed; consisting of two parts/forms;

[BIFORMIS, BIFORMIS, BIFORME] : ADJ of double form, two formed; consisting of two parts/forms; two-faced (janus);

[BIFORUS, BIFORA, BIFORUM] : ADJ having two leaves/casements (door/window)/openings, folding; from a double pipe;

[BIFRONS, (GEN.), BIFRONTIS] : ADJ with/having two faces; having two foreheads;

[BIFURCUM, BIFURCI] : N fork; the point at which anything forks; the fork of the thighs, crotch;

[BIFURCUS, BIFURCA, BIFURCUM] : ADJ two-forked, two pronged, bifurcated;

[BIGA, BIGAE] : N two-horsed chariot (pl.); span/pair of horses; pair harnessed to an open car;

[BIGAMUS, BIGAMA, BIGAMUM] : ADJ twice married;

[BIGARIUS, BIGARI(I)] : N driver of a two-horse chariot (bigae);

[BIGATUS, BIGATA, BIGATUM] : ADJ stamped (coin) with a representation of the bigae (two-horsed chariot);

[BIGATUS, BIGATI] : N silver coin with a representation of the bigae (two-horsed chariot);

[BIGEMINUS, BIGEMINA, BIGEMINUM] : ADJ doubled;

[BIGEMMIS, BIGEMMIS, BIGEMME] : ADJ having two buds; set with two precious stones;

[BIGENER, BIGENERA, BIGENERUM] : ADJ from two different races, hybrid, mongrel;

[BIGNA, BIGNAE] : N twins (pl.) (female);

[BIGUS, BIGA, BIGUM] : ADJ yoked two together; (contraction of biiugus);

[BIJUGIS, BIJUGIS, BIJUGE] : ADJ two horsed; yoked two abreast; from a chariot;

[BIJUGIS, BIJUGIS] : N horses (pl.) yoked two abreast; two brothers; consuls from same family (l+s);

[BIJUGUS, BIJUGA, BIJUGUM] : ADJ two horsed; yoked two abreast; double, a pair of; for two horse chariots;

[BIJUGUS, BIJUGI] : N horses (pl.) yoked two abreast; two brothers; consuls from same family (l+s);

[BILANX, (GEN.), BILANCIS] : ADJ having two scales (balance);

[BILBO, BILBERE,] : V make a noise like a liquid agitated in a vessel; (slosh?);

[BILIBRA, BILIBRAE] : N two pounds; (two roman pounds equals about one and a half us pounds);

[BILIBRALIS, BILIBRALIS, BILIBRALE] : ADJ two-pound, weighing/containing two pounds; (2 roman pounds = one and a half us);

[BILIBRIS, BILIBRIS, BILIBRE] : ADJ two-pound, weighing/containing two pounds; (2 roman pounds = one and a half us);

[BILINGUIS, BILINGUIS, BILINGUE] : ADJ two-tongued, speaking two/jumbled languages; treacherous, false, hypocritical;

[BILIOSUS, BILIOSA, BILIOSUM] : ADJ full of bile, bilious;

[BILIS, BILIS] : N gall, bile; wrath, anger, indignation; madness, melancholy, folly;

[BILIX, (GEN.), BILICIS] : ADJ having two threads; with a double thread, double/two threaded;

[BILONGUS, BILONGA, BILONGUM] : ADJ doubly long; (~ pes => consisting of two long syllables);

[BILUSTRIS, BILUSTRIS, BILUSTRE] : ADJ lasting two lustres, lasting 10 years;

[BILYCHNIS, BILYCHNIS, BILYCHNE] : ADJ having two lights/wicks;

[BIMAMMIIS, BIMAMMIIS, BIMAMMIE] : ADJ having two breasts; double bosomed; (said of grapes growing in pairs);

[BIMARIS, BIMARIS, BIMARE] : ADJ situated between two seas; of/connected with two seas; (of corinth);

[BIMARITUS, BIMARITI] : N bigamist, a husband having two wives;

[BIMATER, (GEN.), BIMATRIS] : ADJ having two mothers; twice born (of bacchus);

[BIMATRIS, BIMATRIS, BIMATRE] : ADJ having two mothers; twice born (of bacchus);

[BIMATUS, BIMATA, BIMATUM] : ADJ two years old;

[BIMATUS, BIMATUS] : N the age of two years; (of animals);

[BIMEMBRIS, BIMEMBRIS] : N centaurs (pl.); part man part beast;

[BIMEMBRIS, BIMEMBRIS, BIMEMBRE] : ADJ having limbs of two kinds, part man part beast;

[BIMENSTRIS, BIMENSTRIS, BIMENSTRE] : ADJ two months old; of/for/lasting two months;

[BIMENSTRUUS, BIMENSTRUA, BIMENSTRUUM] : ADJ two months old; of/for/lasting two months;

[BIMESTRIS, BIMESTRIS, BIMESTRE] : ADJ two months old; of/lasting two months;

[BIMETER, BIMETRA, BIMETRUM] : ADJ consisting of two meters (poem, literary work);

[BIMULUS, BIMULA, BIMULUM] : ADJ two years old (only/a mere);

[BIMUS, BIMA, BIMUM] : ADJ two years old; for/lasting two years;

[BIN] : NUM 2 by 2 (pl.); 2 each; in pairs; 2 at time; on 2 occasions; double, twofold;

[BINARIUS, BINARIA, BINARIUM] : ADJ consisting of/containing two; (~ formae => coins the value of 2 gold pieces);

[BINIO, BINIONIS] : N the number two; a deuce;

[BINOCTIUM, BINOCTI(I)] : N period of two nights;

[BINOMINIS, BINOMINIS, BINOMINE] : ADJ having two names;

[BINUBUS, BINUBI] : N a doubly married man; (i have no idea if this means remarried or bigamist);

[BINUS, BINA, BINUM] : ADJ 2 by 2; 2 each; in pairs; 2 at time; on 2 occasions; double, twofold;

[BIOS, BII] : N wine (a celebrated and wholesome greek wine l+s);

[BIOTHANATUS, BIOTHANATA, BIOTHANATUM] : ADJ dying by violence; that dies a violent death;

[BIOTICUS, BIOTICA, BIOTICUM] : ADJ of/belonging to/associated with/used in common life, common; practical;

[BIPALIUM, BIPALI(I)] : N bimattock, double mattock, implement for double-digging/trenching;

[BIPALMIS, BIPALMIS, BIPALME] : ADJ two palms/spans (long/broad - 6 inches, roman foot being 4 palmi);

[BIPALMUS, BIPALMA, BIPALMUM] : ADJ two palms/spans (long/broad - 6 inches, roman foot being 4 palmi);

[BIPARTIO, BIPARTIRE, BIPARTIVI, BIPARTITUS] : V divide in two parts; bisect; divide;

[BIPARTITO, BIPARTITONIS] : N twofold division; dividing in two, split;

[BIPARTITO] : ADV in two parts/divisions/ways/directions; (esse ~ => to be divided);

[BIPARTITUS, BIPARTITA, BIPARTITUM] : ADJ bipartite, that is divided in two parts;

[BIPATENS, (GEN.), BIPATENTIS] : ADJ opening two ways; open in two directions; having both leaves open, wide open;

[BIPEDA, BIPEDAE] : N tile/flagstone two feet long (for pavements);

[BIPEDALE, BIPEDALIS] : N tile/flagstone two feet long (for pavements);

[BIPEDALIS, BIPEDALIS, BIPEDALE] : ADJ two feet long, wide or thick, measuring two feet;

[BIPEDALIUM, BIPEDALI(I)] : N a distance/depth of two feet, two feet;

[BIPEDANEUS, BIPEDANEA, BIPEDANEUM] : ADJ two feet long, wide or thick, measuring two feet;

[BIPENNIFER, BIPENNIFERA, BIPENNIFERUM] : ADJ bearing a two edged axe;

[BIPENNIS, BIPENNIS, BIPENNE] : ADJ two-edged; having two wings;

[BIPENNIS, BIPENNIS] : N two edged ax; battle ax;

[BIPENNIS] : battle-axe.

[BIPENSILIS, BIPENSILIS, BIPENSILE] : ADJ that may be suspended on two sides;

[BIPERTIO, BIPERTIRE, BIPERTIVI, BIPERTITUS] : V divide in two parts; bisect; divide;

[BIPERTITO, BIPERTITONIS] : N twofold division; dividing in two, split;

[BIPERTITO] : ADV in two parts/divisions/ways; (esse ~ => to be divided);

[BIPERTITUS, BIPERTITA, BIPERTITUM] : ADJ bipartite, that is divided in two parts;

[BIPES, (GEN.), BIPEDIS] : ADJ two-footed; bipedal; on two feet (of quadrupeds);

[BIPINNIS, BIPINNIS, BIPINNE] : ADJ two-edged; having two wings;

[BIPINNIS, BIPINNIS] : N two edged ax; battle ax;

[BIPLEX, (GEN.), BIPLICIS] : ADJ twofold, double; divided; two-faced;

[BIPRORUS, BIPRORA, BIPRORUM] : ADJ having two prows (ship), double-ended;

[BIPROSOPUM, BIPROSOPI] : N kind of salve or plaster;

[BIPROSOPUS, BIPROSOPI] : N kind of salve or plaster;

[BIREMIS, BIREMIS, BIREME] : ADJ having two oars to each bench/banks of oars; having two oars (l+s);

[BIREMIS, BIRIREMIS] : N birireme, vessel having two oars to each bench/banks of oars; 2-oared boat (l+s)

[BIRRUM, BIRRI] : N cloak (wool/silk) to keep off the rain;

[BIRRUS, BIRRI] : N cloak (wool/silk) to keep off the rain;

[BIS DAT QUI CITO DAT. ] : PHRASE he gives twice, who gives promptly.

[BIS] : NUM twice, at 2 times/occasions; doubly, twofold, in 2 ways; ~ mille => 2000;

[BIS] : twice.

[BISACCIUM, BISACCI(I)] : N double bag; pair of saddle bags;

[BISAETUS, BISAETA, BISAETUM] : ADJ with hair/bristles down on both sides of the neck, with double mane (horses);

[BISASA] : wild rue p. 30

[BISBELLIO, BISBELLIONIS] : N man with two skins; cunning man;

[BISELLIARIUS, BISELLIARI(I)] : N one entitled to sit on bisellium seat (honor awarded for services in provinces);

[BISELLIATUS, BISELLIATI] : N right/honor to sit on bisellium seat (honor awarded for services in provinces);

[BISELLIUM, BISELLI(I)] : N seat for two persons; seat of honor awarded for municipal services in provinces;

[BISEN] : NUM twelve each/apiece/times/at a time; by twelves; (twice six);

[BISENI, BISENAE, BISENA] : NUM twelve each/apiece/times/at a time; by twelves; (twice six);

[BISETUS, BISETA, BISETUM] : ADJ with hair/bristles down on both sides of the neck, with double mane (horses);

[BISEXTIALIS, BISEXTIALIS, BISEXTIALE] : ADJ of two sextarii (about two pints); 1/3 congius (liquid); 1/8 modius (dry);

[BISEXTIALIS, BISEXTIALIS, BISEXTIALE] : ADJ containing an intercalary day (bisextum) (julian calendar);

[BISEXTUM, BISEXTI] : N two day period of 24 feb and leap year intercalary day (julian calendar);

[BISOLIS, BISOLIS, BISOLE] : ADJ having two soles (foot);

[BISOMUM, BISOMI] : N sarcophagus for two persons;

[BISON, BISONTIS] : N bison; wild ox;

[BISONUS, BISONA, BISONUM] : ADJ sounding twice;

[BISPELLIO, BISPELLIONIS] : N man with two skins; cunning man;

[BISSANICA] : cyclamen (?) p. 30

[BISSEXTUM, BISSEXTI] : N two day period of 24 feb and leap year intercalary day (julian calendar);

[BISSOLA] : horehound p. 30

[BISULCILINGUUS, BISULCILINGUA, BISULCILINGUUM] : ADJ with forked tongue; hypocritical/deceitful/lying (person); (snake-like);

[BISULCIS, BISULCIS, BISULCE] : ADJ forked, divided into two parts; cloven-footed, cloven;

[BISULCUM, BISULCI] : N cloven-footed animal;

[BISULCUS, BISULCA, BISULCUM] : ADJ forked, divided into two parts; cloven-footed;

[BISYLLABUS, BISYLLABA, BISYLLABUM] : ADJ disyllabic;

[BITHALASSUS, BITHALASSA, BITHALASSUM] : ADJ w/two seas touching/bounding; where two seas meet (rheims); between two seas;

[BITO, BITERE,] : V go;

[BITUMEN, BITUMINIS] : N bitumen, pitch, asphalt (generic name for various hydrocarbons);

[BITUMINATUS, BITUMINATA, BITUMINATUM] : ADJ tinctured/impregnated with bitumen (generic for hydrocarbons); bituminous;

[BITUMINEUS, BITUMINEA, BITUMINEUM] : ADJ of/connected with bitumen (generic name for various hydrocarbons);

[BITUMINO, BITUMINARE, BITUMINAVI, BITUMINATUS] : V cover/impregnate with bitumen/tar; tar;

[BITUMINOSUS, BITUMINOSA, BITUMINOSUM] : ADJ abounding in bitumen (generic name for various hydrocarbons);

[BITURIG, BITURIGIS] : N bituriges (pl.), a people of sw gaul, aquitania - in caesar's "gallic war";

[BIURUS, BIURI] : N name of a rodent found in campania (central italy);

[BIVERTEX, (GEN.), BIVERTICIS] : ADJ having two summits/peaks;

[BIVIA, BIVIAE] : N goddesses worshiped at crossroads;

[BIVIRA, BIVIRAE] : N woman who has two husbands; woman married to a second husband (l+s);

[BIVIUM, BIVI(I)] : N meet of 2 roads, crossroads; fork in road; 2 alternatives; (~ portae=> gateway);

[BIVIUM] : place where two ways meet.

[BIVIUS, BIVIA, BIVIUM] : ADJ traversable both ways; having two approaches;

[BLACHNON, BLACHNI] : N male fern;

[black & white], (Piper nigrum, album) Celsus, Spencer, p.492, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[BLACTERO, BLACTERARE, BLACTERAVI, BLACTERATUS] : V bleat (of a ram/sheep);

[BLAESUS, BLAESA, BLAESUM] : ADJ lisping, stammering; indistinct; mispronouncing from speech defect/drunkenness;

[BLAESUS, BLAESI] : N one who stammers/lisps; (said of intoxicated persons);

[BLANDE, BLANDIUS, BLANDISSIME] : ADV in coaxing/winning manner, charmingly, persuasively, seductively;

[BLANDE] : carefully, softly.

[BLANDICELLUM, BLANDICELLI] : N flattering words (pl.);

[BLANDICULE] : ADV charmingly;

[BLANDIDICUS, BLANDIDICA, BLANDIDICUM] : ADJ using fair/flattering words, smooth spoken/talking;

[BLANDIENS, BLANDIENTIS] : N flatterer; sweet talker;

[BLANDIFICUS, BLANDIFICA, BLANDIFICUM] : ADJ flattering; soothing;

[BLANDIFLUUS, BLANDIFLUA, BLANDIFLUUM] : ADJ flowing/diffusing sweetly/pleasantly (odor);

[BLANDILOQUENS, (GEN.), BLANDILOQUENTIS] : ADJ charming/persuasive (of speech), smooth talking;

[BLANDILOQUENTIA, BLANDILOQUENTIAE] : N charming/persuasive speech, smooth talking;

[BLANDILOQUENTULUS, BLANDILOQUENTULA, BLANDILOQUENTULUM] : ADJ charming/persuasive in speech, smooth talking;

[BLANDILOQUIUM, BLANDILOQUII] : N soft words; flattering speech;

[BLANDILOQUUS, BLANDILOQUA, BLANDILOQUUM] : ADJ charming/persuasive in speech, smooth talking;

[BLANDIMENTUM, BLANDIMENTI] : N blandishment, coaxing/wheedling behavior, cajolery; favors; charm, delight;

[BLANDIO, BLANDIRE, BLANDIVI, BLANDITUS] : V flatter, delude; fawn; coax, urge, behave/speak ingratiatingly; allure; please;

[BLANDIO] : to flatter.

[BLANDIOR, BLANDIRI, -, BLANDITUS SUM] : V flatter, delude; fawn; coax, urge, behave/speak ingratiatingly; allure; please;

[BLANDIOR] : to flatter, caress, (+ dat.) coax.

[BLANDITER] : ADV in coaxing/winning manner, charmingly, persuasively, seductively;

[BLANDITIA, BLANDITIAE] : N flattery, caress, compliment; charm (pl.), flatteries, enticement, courtship;

[BLANDITIA] : allurement, persuasion.

[BLANDITIA] : blandishments, attractions, allurement, charm.

[BLANDITIES, BLANDITIEI] : N flattery, caress, compliment; charm (pl.), flatteries, enticement, courtship;

[BLANDITIM] : ADV in a flattering/caressing manner;

[BLANDITOR, BLANDITORIS] : N flatterer;

[BLANDITUS, BLANDITA, BLANDITUM] : ADJ pleasant, agreeable, charming;

[BLANDO] : ADV in coaxing/winning manner, charmingly, persuasively, seductively;

[BLANDULUS, BLANDULA, BLANDULUM] : ADJ charming; pleasant;

[BLANDUM] : ADV in coaxing/winning manner, charmingly, persuasively, seductively;

[BLANDUS, BLANDA -UM, BLANDIOR -OR -US, BLANDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ flattering, coaxing; charming, pleasant; smooth, gentle; alluring, attractive;

[BLANDUS] : flattering, persuasive.

[BLAPSIGONIA, BLAPSIGONIAE] : N disease which prevents bees from breeding (foul brood?);

[BLASPHEMABILIS, BLASPHEMABILIS, BLASPHEMABILE] : ADJ that deserves reproach; censurable;

[BLASPHEMATIO, BLASPHEMATIONIS] : N censure, reproach, reviling;

[BLASPHEMATIO] : reviling.

[BLASPHEMIA, BLASPHEMIAE] : N blasphemy (against god); slander; reviling;

[BLASPHEMO, BLASPHEMARE, BLASPHEMAVI, BLASPHEMATUS] : V blaspheme (against god); revile; reproach;

[BLASPHEMO] : to revile.

[BLASPHEMUS, BLASPHEMA, BLASPHEMUM] : ADJ reviling, defaming;

[BLASPHEMUS, BLASPHEMI] : N blasphemer;

[BLASPHEMUS] : blasphemer,

[BLATERATIO, BLATERATIONIS] : N babbling, prattle;

[BLATERATUS, BLATERATUS] : N babbling, prattle;

[BLATERO, BLATERARE, BLATERAVI, BLATERATUS] : V prate, babble; utter in a babbling way; (applied to sounds of certain animals);

[BLATERO, BLATERONIS] : N prater, babbler;

[BLATIO, BLATIRE,] : V prate, babble; utter in a babbling way; (applied to sounds of certain animals);

[BLATOS] : (also, blastos) cassia Dioscorides, A. Souter

[BLATTA, BLATTAE] : N blood clot;

[BLATTA, BLATTAE] : N cockroach, moth, book-worm; (applied to various insects);

[BLATTA] : purple.

[BLATTARIA, BLATTARIAE] : N species of verbasceum (moth mullein?);

[BLATTARIUS, BLATTARIA, BLATTARIUM] : ADJ connected with/suitable for moths;

[BLATTEA, BLATTEAE] : N purple, (color of a blood);

[BLATTERO, BLATTERARE, BLATTERAVI, BLATTERATUS] : V prate, babble; utter in a babbling way; (applied to sounds of certain animals);

[BLATTERO, BLATTERONIS] : N prater, blabber;

[BLATTEUS, BLATTEA, BLATTEUM] : ADJ purple, purple colored;

[BLATTIARIUS, BLATTIARII] : N dyer in purple;

[BLATTIFER, BLATTIFERA, BLATTIFERUM] : ADJ wearing purple, clothed in purple;

[BLATTO, BLATTARE, BLATTAVI, BLATTATUS] : V prate, babble; utter in a babbling way; (applied to sounds of certain animals);

[BLECHNON, BLECHNONIS] : N wild pennyroyal;

[BLECHON, BLECHONIS] : N wild pennyroyal;

[BLENDEA, BLENDEAE] : N small sea-fish, blenny;

[BLENDIUM, BLENDI(I)] : N small sea-fish, blenny;

[BLENDIUS, BLENDI(I)] : N small sea-fish, blenny;

[BLENNIUS, BLENNI(I)] : N small sea-fish, blenny;

[BLENNUS, BLENNA, BLENNUM] : ADJ driveling, slavering, dribbling; silly, childish, idiotic;

[BLENNUS, BLENNI] : N blockhead, dolt, simpleton, imbecile; driveling idiot;

[BLEPHARON, BLEPHARI] : N eyelid (? greek); (chariton blepharon => kind of coral?);

[BLITEUM, BLITEI] : N tasteless/worthless/useless stuff, trash;

[BLITEUS, BLITEA, BLITEUM] : ADJ tasteless, insipid; worthless, useless;

[BLITUM, BLITI] : N kind of spinach, blite (amaranthus blitum) (tasteless, used for salad l+s);

[BOA, BOAE] : N large italian snake; water serpent; disease with pustules (measles/smallpox);

[BOARIUS, BOARIA, BOARIUM] : ADJ of oxen/cattle; (forum boarium => the cattle market at rome);

[BOATUS, BOATUS] : N shouting, roaring, bellowing, loud crying;

[BOATUS] : bellowing.

[BOBSEQUA, BOBSEQUAE] : N herdsman, cow-herd;

[BOCA, BOCAE] : N fish (bogue or boce) (box vulgaris);

[BOCAS, BOCAE] : N fish (bogue or boce) (box vulgaris);

[BOETHUS, BOETHI] : N aid/assistant of a scribe;

[BOIA, BOIAE] : N collar/yoke word by criminals (usu. pl. l+s);

[BOIUS, BOII] : N boli (pl.), a people of cisalpine gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[BOLARIUM, BOLARI(I)] : N little lump (e.g., in paint);

[BOLBINE, BOLBINES] : N kind of bulbous plant;

[BOLBITON, BOLBITI] : N cow dung;

[BOLETAR, BOLETARIS] : N vessel for holding mushrooms (usu. pl.); vessel for cooking/eating (l+s);

[BOLETATIO, BOLETATIONIS] : N surfeit of mushrooms;

[BOLETUS, BOLETI] : N the best kind of mushroom;

[BOLIS, BOLIDIS] : N kind of meteor (large, fiery);

[BOLITES, BOLITAE] : N root of the lychnis plant;

[BOLOE, BOLOES] : N 1 6 C kind of precious stone;

[BOLONA, BOLONAE] : N a draught/catch/netful of fish set for sale;

[BOLONA, BOLONAE] : N fishmonger, dealer in fish;

[BOLOS, BOLI] : N kind of precious stone;

[BOLUS, BOLI] : N kind of precious stone;

[BOLUS, BOLI] : N throw of dice; hard piece of luck; choice bit; catch (fish net), haul, profit;

[BOMBAX] : INTERJ Splendid! Marvelous!;

[BOMBILO, BOMBILARE, BOMBILAVI, BOMBILATUS] : V buzz, hum;

[BOMBINATOR, BOMBINATORIS] : N buzzer, hummer; (of the bee);

[BOMBIO, BOMBIRE, BOMBIVI, BOMBITUS] : V buzz, hum;

[BOMBITO, BOMBITARE, BOMBITAVI, BOMBITATUS] : V buzz, hum;

[BOMBIZATIO, BOMBIZATIONIS] : N buzzing (of bees);

[BOMBULUM, BOMBULI] : N break wind; fart;

[BOMBUS, BOMBI] : N buzzing (esp. bees); booming, deep sound, rumble;

[BOMBYCIAS, BOMBYCIAE] : N reed suitable for making flutes;

[BOMBYCINUM, BOMBYCINI] : N silk texture/web; silk garments (pl.), silks;

[BOMBYCINUS, BOMBYCINA, BOMBYCINUM] : ADJ silken, of silk, silky;

[BOMBYCIUM, BOMBYCII] : N silky garments (pl.); silks;

[BOMBYCIUS, BOMBYCIA, BOMBYCIUM] : ADJ silky; (of reeds/harundines) suitable for making flutes;

[BOMBYLIS, BOMBYLIS] : N cocoon-enshrouded larva of the silkworm;

[BOMBYLIUS, BOMBYLII] : N cocoon-enshrouded larva of the silkworm;

[BOMBYX, BOMBYCIS] : N silkworm, silk-moth; silk; silk garment; any silk-like fine fiber (cotton);

[BONA, BONAE] : N good/moral/honest/brave woman; (bona dea => roman goddess worshiped by women);

[BONA] : good qualities, gifts, blessings as well as material properties.

[BONAE INDOLIS] : of great promise.

[BONASUS, BONASI] : N european bison (bos bonasus), a species of wild ox (now almost extinct);

[BONATUS, BONATA, BONATUM] : ADJ good natured;

[BONIFATUS, BONIFATA, BONIFATUM] : ADJ lucky, fortunate;

[BONITAS, BONITATIS] : N goodness, integrity, moral excellence; kindness, benevolence, tenderness;

[BONONIA, BONONIAE] : N bologna;

[BONUM, BONI] : N good, good thing, profit, advantage; goods (pl.), possessions, wealth, estate;

[BONUS, BONA -UM, MELIOR -OR -US, OPTIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ good, honest, brave, noble, kind, pleasant, right, useful; valid; healthy;

[BONUS, BONI] : N good/moral/honest/brave man; man of honor, gentleman; better/rich people (pl.);

[BONUS] : good (melior ; better/ optimus ; best ).

[BONUS] : good (melior ; better / optimus ; best ).

[BONUSCULUM, BONUSCULI] : N small possessions (pl.); a little/small estate;

[BOO, BOARE, BOAVI, BOATUS] : V cry aloud, roar, bellow; call loudly upon;

[BOO, BOERE,] : V cry aloud, roar, bellow; call loudly upon;

[BOO] : boare ; to cry out, sing, praise, narrate.

[BOOPES, BOOPIS] : N plant (caerefolium); chervil (anthiscus cerefolium) (old); (l+s says neuter);

[BOOPIS, BOOPIS, BOOPE] : ADJ having large eyes (feminine);

[BOREALIS, BOREALIS, BOREALE] : ADJ northern; pertaining to the north wind;

[BOREAS, BOREAE] : N the north wind; the north; boreas - the god of the north wind;

[BOREOTIS, (GEN.), BOREOTIDIS] : ADJ northern;

[BOREUS, BOREA, BOREUM] : ADJ northern; pertaining to the north wind;

[BORIA, BORIAE] : N kind of jasper;

[BORITH, UNDECLINED] : N soapwort, plant purifying like soap; (hebrew);

[BORITH] : a grassy plant used by fullers, soap Hebrew, p.31

[BORITH] : a grassy plant used by fullers, soap Hebrew, p. 31

[BORIUS, BORIA, BORIUM] : ADJ northern; pertaining to the north wind;

[BORRAS, BORRAE] : N the north wind; the north; boreas - the god of the north wind;

[BORRIO, BORRIRE, BORRIVI, BORRITUS] : V swarm;

[BOS (BOVIS )] : cow, ox. bull.

[BOS, BOVIS] : N ox, bull; cow; cattle (pl.); (applied to ox-like animals - elephant); ox-ray;

[BOS] : = bouis lingua bugloss

[BOS] : bouis lingua; bugloss p. 31

[BOSCAS, BOSCADOS/IS] : N kind of water fowl (teal?);

[BOSCIS, BOSCIDIS] : N kind of water fowl (teal?);

[BOSTRYCHITIS, BOSTRYCHIDIS] : N kind of precious stone;

[BOSTRYCHUS, BOSTRYCHA, BOSTRYCHUM] : ADJ curled, in ringlets;

[BOTANE, BOTANES] : N plant; (hiera botane => vervain, a herbaceous/medicinal/sacred plant);

[BOTANISMOS, BOTANISMI] : N weeding, pulling up weeds;

[BOTANISMUS, BOTANISMI] : N weeding, pulling up weeds;

[BOTELLUS, BOTELLI] : N small sausage;

[BOTHYNUS, BOTHYNI] : N trench, pit; (as name of fiery meteor);

[BOTRIO, BOTRIONIS] : N bunch/cluster of grapes;

[BOTRONATUS, BOTRONATUS] : N woman's hair ornament in the form of a cluster of grapes;

[BOTRUOSUS, BOTRUOSA, BOTRUOSUM] : ADJ full of clusters;

[BOTRUS, BOTRI] : N grape;

[BOTRUS, BOTRUS] : N cluster of grapes; (vulgate 4 ezra 9] : 21);

[BOTRYITIS, BOTRYITIDOS/IS] : N kind of precious stone/calamine; (cadmia ~ => grape/cluster-shaped zinc oxide);

[BOTRYO, BOTRYONIS] : N bunch/cluster of grapes;

[BOTRYODES, (GEN.), BOTRYODIS] : ADJ in the form of a cluster of grapes;

[BOTRYON, BOTRYI] : N kind of medicine; (prepared from excrements l+s);

[BOTRYON, BOTRYONIS] : N bunch/cluster of grapes;

[BOTRYS, BOTRYOS/IS] : N plant similar to wormwood/mugwort; (also called artemisia);

[BOTULARIUS, BOTULARI(I)] : N sausage seller/maker;

[BOTULUS, BOTULI] : N black pudding; stomach filled with delicacies (haggis?); sausage; rude word;

[boundary] line, a line limiting a field by agrimensores.

[BOUSTROPHEDON] : ADV right to left and back alternately, forwards and backwards (of ancient script);

[BOVA, BOVAE] : N disease with pustules? (measles/smallpox); swelling of the legs (l+s);

[BOVA, BOVAE] : N large italian snake; water serpent;

[BOVARIUS, BOVARIA, BOVARIUM] : ADJ of oxen/cattle; (forum boarium => the cattle market at rome);

[BOVATIM] : ADV in the manner of cattle/oxen/cows;

[BOVICIDIUM, BOVICIDII] : N slaughtering of cattle;

[BOVILE, BOVILIS] : N cattle-shed, stall for cattle/oxen;

[BOVILIS, BOVILIS, BOVILE] : ADJ of/connected with cattle;

[BOVILLUS, BOVILLA, BOVILLUM] : ADJ of/consisting of cattle/oxen/cows;

[BOVINATOR, BOVINATORIS] : N one who rails/reviles?; brawler (l+s), blusterer; one who seeks evasion;

[BOVINOR, BOVINARI,] : V bellow at, revile; brawl;

[BOVINUS, BOVINA, BOVINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to cattle/oxen/cows;

[BOVO, BOVARE, BOVAVI, BOVATUS] : V cry aloud, roar, bellow; call loudly upon;

[BOVO, BOVERE,] : V cry aloud, roar, bellow; call loudly upon;

[BOX, BOCIS] : N fish (bogue or boce) (box vulgaris);

[BOXUM, BOXI] : N box-wood; top; flute;

[BRABEUM, BRABEI] : N a prize in the games;

[BRABEUTA, BRABEUTAE] : N umpire, who presided at public games and assigned the prizes;

[BRABILLA, BRABILLAE] : N sloe, fruit of the blackthorn/hawthorn;

[BRABIUM, BRABII] : N a prize in the games;

[BRABREUM, BRABREI] : N prize; reward;

[BRABYLA, BRABYLAE] : N plant (otherwise unknown);

[BRACA, BRACAE] : N trousers (usu. pl.), breeches, britches, pants;

[BRACARIUS, BRACARII] : N maker of trousers/breeches/pants;

[BRACATUS, BRACATA, BRACATUM] : ADJ wearing trousers, breeched; (of the gauls of narbonne);

[BRACATUS, BRACATI] : N persons wearing trousers/breeched, the gauls of nabronne;

[BRACCHIALE, BRACCHIALIS] : N bracelet, armlet;

[BRACCHIALIS, BRACCHIALIS, BRACCHIALE] : ADJ of/connected with the arm(s);

[BRACCHIATUS, BRACCHIATA, BRACCHIATUM] : ADJ having branches (tree), branched; wearing bracelets;

[BRACCHIOLARIS, BRACCHIOLARIS, BRACCHIOLARE] : ADJ pertaining to a leg muscle of a horse;

[BRACCHIOLUM, BRACCHIOLI] : N little arm, small/delicate arm; muscle of a horse's leg (l+s); arm of a chair;

[BRACCHIONARIUM, BRACCHIONARII] : N bracelet;

[BRACCHIUM, BRACCHI(I)] : N arm; lower arm, forearm; claw; branch, shoot; earthwork connecting forts;

[BRACES, BRACAE] : N gallic name of a particularly white grain (ble blanc de dauphine), (sandala);

[BRACEUS, BRACEA, BRACEUM] : ADJ pertaining to trousers/breeches;

[BRACHIALE, BRACHIALIS] : N bracelet, armlet;

[BRACHIALIS, BRACHIALIS, BRACHIALE] : ADJ of/connected with the arm(s);

[BRACHIATUS, BRACHIATA, BRACHIATUM] : ADJ having branches (tree), branched; wearing bracelets;

[BRACHIOLARIS, BRACHIOLARIS, BRACHIOLARE] : ADJ pertaining to a leg muscle of a horse;

[BRACHIOLUM, BRACHIOLI] : N little arm, small/delicate arm; muscle of a horse's leg (l+s); arm of a chair;

[BRACHIONARIUM, BRACHIONARII] : N bracelet;

[BRACHIUM, BRACHI(I)] : N arm; lower arm, forearm; claw; branch, shoot; earthwork connecting forts;

[BRACHYCATALECTICUM, BRACHYCATALECTICI] : N verse that is short by a whole foot or half a meter;

[BRACHYCATALECTUM, BRACHYCATALECTI] : N verse that is short by a whole foot or half a meter;

[BRACHYPOTA, BRACHYPOTAE] : N small drinker;

[BRACHYSYLLABUS, BRACHYSYLLABI] : N tribrachys, (in meter) short-short-short;

[BRACILE, BRACILIS] : N girdle (as worn with trousers); band;

[BRACILIS, BRACILIS, BRACILE] : ADJ designed to be worn with trousers (e.g., girdle/belt);

[BRACTEA, BRACTEAE] : N gold leaf/foil, thin sheet of metal (esp. gold)/other material; veneer; show;

[BRACTEALIS, BRACTEALIS, BRACTEALE] : ADJ of thin plates of metal/gold-leaf/veneers; showy, glittering;

[BRACTEAMENTUM, BRACTEAMENTI] : N glitter, show, splendor;

[BRACTEATOR, BRACTEATORIS] : N gold-beater, worker in gold-leaf;

[BRACTEATUS, BRACTEATA, BRACTEATUM] : ADJ gilded/gilt, covered with a (mere) veneer of gold, delusive; shining like gold;

[BRACTEOLA, BRACTEOLAE] : N gold leaf;

[BRACTEOLA] : thin gold leaf.

[BRACTIARIA, BRACTIARIAE] : N gold-beater, worker in gold leaf;

[BRACTIARIUS, BRACTIARI(I)] : N gold-beater, worker in gold-leaf;

[BRADIUM, BRADII] : N prize; reward;

[BRANCES, BRANCAE] : N gallic name of a particularly white grain (ble blanc de dauphine), (sandala);

[BRANCHA, BRANCHAE] : N gills (usu. pl.) (of a fish); (vulgate tobit 6] : 4);

[BRANCHIA, BRANCHIAE] : N gills (usu. pl.) (of a fish);

[BRANCHOS, BRANCHI] : N hoarseness;

[BRANDEUM, BRANDEI] : N holy covering/shroud; linen/silk covering for body;

[BRASMATIA, BRASMATIAE] : N heaving (pl.), a heaver, earthquake, shaking of the earth;

[BRASSICA, BRASSICAE] : N cabbage; cabbages (pl.), varieties of cabbage (l+s);

[BRASSICA] : cabbage Brassica Cretica

[BRASSICAE FOLIA] : cabbage-leaves

[BRASTES, BRASTAE] : N heaving, a heaver, earthquake, shaking of the earth;

[BRATTEA, BRATTEAE] : N gold leaf/foil, thin sheet of metal (esp. gold)/other material; veneer; show;

[BRATTEATOR, BRATTEATORIS] : N gold-beater, worker in gold-leaf;

[BRATTEATUS, BRATTEATA, BRATTEATUM] : ADJ gilded/gilt, covered with a (mere) veneer of gold, delusive; shining like gold;

[BRATTEOLA, BRATTEOLAE] : N gold leaf;

[BRATTIARIA, BRATTIARIAE] : N gold-beater (female), worker in gold leaf;

[BRATTIARIUS, BRATTIARI(I)] : N gold-beater, worker in gold-leaf;

[BRATUS, BRATI] : N tree (similar to cypress);

[BRAVIALIS, BRAVIALIS, BRAVIALE] : ADJ earning a prize/reward;

[BRAVIO, BRAVERE,] : V gamble;

[BRAVIUM, BRAVII] : N prize; reward;

[BRAVIUM] : reward.

[BREGMA, BREGMAE] : N defect/disease of pepper tree;

[BRENTHOS, BRENTHI] : N sea bird (unidentified);

[BREPHOTROPHEUM, BREPHOTROPHEI] : N foundling hospital; orphanage;

[BREPHOTROPHIUM, BREPHOTROPHII] : N foundling hospital; orphanage;

[BREPHOTROPHUS, BREPHOTROPHI] : N one who brings up foundlings; foster carer;

[BREVE, BREVIS] : N shallow water, shallows; a short/brief space of time; short speech, a few words;

[BREVE, BREVIS] : N short catalog, summary document;

[BREVE, BREVIS] : N papal letter, brief;

[BREVI] : ADV in a short time; shortly, briefly; in a few words; (in brevi => in brief);

[BREVIARIUM, BREVIARI(I)] : N brief account, summary statement, epitome; breviary; (~ rationum=>statistics);

[BREVIARIUS, BREVIARIA, BREVIARIUM] : ADJ in brief form, summary; abridged;

[BREVIATIO, BREVIATIONIS] : N a shortening;

[BREVIATOR, BREVIATORIS] : N epitomiser, abridger; author of a breviarium (summary statement);

[BREVICULUS, BREVICULA, BREVICULUM] : ADJ very/rather short/small; quite brief (time);

[BREVICULUS, BREVICULI] : N short writing; summary;

[BREVILOQUENS, (GEN.), BREVILOQUENTIS] : ADJ concise, brief in expression, brief;

[BREVILOQUENTIA, BREVILOQUENTIAE] : N brevity of speech, conciseness;

[BREVILOQUIS, BREVILOQUIS, BREVILOQUE] : ADJ short in speech, brief; concise; speaking briefly;

[BREVILOQUIUM, BREVILOQUII] : N brevity of speech, conciseness;

[BREVILOQUUS, BREVILOQUA, BREVILOQUUM] : ADJ short in speech, brief; concise; speaking briefly;

[BREVIO, BREVIARE, BREVIAVI, BREVIATUS] : V shorten, abridge; abbreviate (speech/writing); pronounce short;

[BREVIS IPSA VITA EST SED MALIS FIT LONGIOR. ] : PHRASE our life is short but is made longer by misfortunes.

[BREVIS, BREVE, BREVIOR -OR -US, BREVISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ short, little, small, stunted; brief, concise, quick; narrow, shallow; humble;

[BREVIS, BREVIS] : N short catalog, summary document;

[BREVIS] : short, small, brief.

[BREVITAS, BREVITATIS] : N shortness, smallness, narrowness; brevity, conciseness, terseness;

[BREVITAS] : shortness, brevity.

[BREVITER, BREVITIUS, BREVITISSIME] : ADV shortly, briefly, in a nut shell; quickly; for/within a short distance/time;

[BREVITER] : briefly.

[BREVIUM, BREVII] : N narrow places (pl.); shallows, shoals; difficulties;

[BREVIUM, BREVII] : N brief, abstract, epitome; summary document; papal documents on minor matters;

[BRIA, BRIAE] : N wine vessel;

[BRICUMUS] : wormwood

[BRIOTA, BRIOTAE] : N two-wheeled vehicle, cabriolet;

[BRIOTUS, BRIOTA, BRIOTUM] : ADJ two-wheeled, with/having two wheels;

[BRISA, BRISAE] : N refuse of grapes after pressing;

[BRITANNIA, BRITANNIAE] : N britain;

[BRITANNUS, BRITANNI] : N britons (usu, pl.);

[BRITONES] : Bretons.

[BROCCHITAS, BROCCHITATIS] : N projecting/prominence of the teeth;

[BROCCHUS, BROCCHA, BROCCHUM] : ADJ projecting/prominent (teeth); of persons having projecting/prominent teeth;

[BROCCUS, BROCCA, BROCCUM] : ADJ projecting/prominent (teeth); of persons having projecting/prominent teeth;

[BROCHON, BROCHI] : N aromatic gum-resin flowing from the bdellium tree (used in medicine/perfume);

[BROCHUS, BROCHA, BROCHUM] : ADJ projecting/prominent (teeth); of persons having projecting/prominent teeth;

[BROMATICUS, BROMATICI] : N those (pl.) who loathe food;

[BROMOS, BROMI] : N oats (greek word for oats);

[BROMOSUS, BROMOSA, BROMOSUM] : ADJ stinking, fetid;

[BRONCHIUM, BRONCHII] : N bronchial tubes;

[BRONCHOCELE, BROCHOELES] : N kind of tumor;

[BRONCUS, BRONCA, BRONCUM] : ADJ projecting/prominent (teeth); of persons having projecting/prominent teeth;

[BRONTE, BRONTES] : N thunder; name of picture of apeiles; name of one of the horses of the sun;

[BRONTEA, BRONTEAE] : N kind of meteoric stone, thunder-stone;

[BRONTES, BRONTAE] : N thunderer, title of jupiter;

[BRUCHUS, BRUCHI] : N locust; kind of wingless locust;

[BRUCOS] : maidenhair

[BRUCUS, BRUCI] : N locust; kind of wingless locust; caterpillar (oed); (agricultural pest);

[BRUMA, BRUMAE] : N winter, winter cold/weather; winter solstice; shortest day; sun position then;

[BRUMALIS, BRUMALIS, BRUMALE] : ADJ wintry; during the winter; connected with winter solstice/winter;

[BRUMARIA, BRUMARIAE] : N plant (also called leontopodium);

[BRUMARIA] : leontopodion, leontopetalon

[BRUNETUS, BRUNETA, BRUNETUM] : ADJ brown; (cloth);

[BRUNIUS, BRUNIA, BRUNIUM] : ADJ brown;

[BRUNUS, BRUNA, BRUNUM] : ADJ brown;

[BRUSCUM, BRUSCI] : N knot/excrescence on the maple tree;

[BRUTALIS, BRUTALIS, BRUTALE] : ADJ beastly, animal; brutal;

[BRUTALITAS, BRUTALITATIS] : N brutishness; insensitivity;

[BRUTALITER] : ADV brutally; brutishly; in the manner of a beast;

[BRUTES, BRUTIS] : N bride;

[BRUTESCO, BRUTESCERE,] : V become brutish/rough/unreasonable;

[BRUTEUS, BRUTEA, BRUTEUM] : ADJ brutal, brutish;

[BRUTUM, BRUTI] : N beast, animal; brute;

[BRUTUS, BRUTA, BRUTUM] : ADJ heavy, unwieldy, inert; dull, stupid, brute; irrational, insensitive, brutish;

[BRUTUS, BRUTI] : N brutus, roman cognomen; (l. junius brutus => first consul; m. j. = assassin);

[BRYA, BRYAE] : N tamarisk (local greek name), shrub (also called myrice);

[BRYON, BRYI] : N kind of fragrant lichen; moss; sea plant (oyster-green?); white poplar catkins;

[BRYONIA, BRYONIAE] : N bryony; (alba ~ => white b. bryonia dioica; nigra ~ => black b. tamus communis);

[BRYONIAS, BRYONIAE] : N bryony; (alba ~ => white b. bryonia dioica; nigra ~ => black b. tamus communis);

[BUA, BUAE] : N (natural sound made by infants asking for drink);

[BUBALINUS, BUBALINA, BUBALINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to african gazelle;

[BUBALION, BUBALII] : N wild cucumber;

[BUBALION] : a kind of cucumber

[BUBALION] : cucumber, kind of

[BUBALUS, BUBALA, BUBALUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to african gazelle;

[BUBALUS, BUBALI] : N antelope, gazelle; wild ox, buffalo;

[BUBILE, BUBILIS] : N cattle-shed, stall for cattle/oxen;

[BUBINO, BUBINARE, BUBINAVI, BUBINATUS] : V menstruate, have monthly period (woman);

[BUBLEUM, BUBLEI] : N kind of wine;

[BUBLUS, BUBLA, BUBLUM] : ADJ of/connected with cattle; bull's/cow's/ox-; consisting of cattle;

[BUBO, BUBERE,] : V cry like a bittern (bird that booms/roars like an ox during mating);

[BUBO, BUBONIS] : N horned or eagle owl (esp. as bird of ill omen);

[BUBONION, BUBONII] : N plant (aster amellus?); (useful for swelling in the groin l+s);

[BUBONIUM, BUBONII] : N plant (aster amellus?); (useful for swelling in the groin l+s);

[BUBONOCELE, BUBONOCELES] : N inguinal/groin hernia;

[BUBSEQUA, BUBSEQUAE] : N herdsman, cow-herd;

[BUBULA, BUBULAE] : N beef, meat from cattle; plant (also called buglossa), ox-tongue (l+s);

[BUBULCARIUS, BUBULCARII] : N plowman;

[BUBULCITO, BUBULCITARE, BUBULCITAVI, BUBULCITATUS] : V drive/tend cattle; be a plowman/farm laborer; be a rustic in general;

[BUBULCITOR, BUBULCITARI, -, BUBULCITATUS SUM] : V drive/tend cattle; be a plowman/farm laborer; be a rustic in general;

[BUBULCUS, BUBULCI] : N one who drives/tends cattle; teamster; plowman, farm laborer; rustic;

[BUBULINUS, BUBULINA, BUBULINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to cattle;

[BUBULO, BUBULARE, BUBULAVI, BUBULATUS] : V screech (like an owl);

[BUBULUS, BUBULA, BUBULUM] : ADJ of/connected with cattle; bull's/cow's/ox-; consisting of cattle; of ox-hide;

[BUCAEDA, BUCAEDAE] : N ox-slaughterer; one who is whipped with ox-hide thongs (l+s);

[BUCARDIA, BUCARDIAE] : N name of a precious stone;

[BUCCA, BUCCAE] : N jaw, mouth; mouthful; cheek (with blowing a trumpet); cavity (knee joint) (l+s)] :

[BUCCEA, BUCCEAE] : N morsel, mouthful;

[BUCCELLA, BUCCELLAE] : N morsel, small mouthful of food;

[BUCCELLARE, BUCCELLARIS] : N cooking utensil;

[BUCCELLARIS, BUCCELLARIS, BUCCELLARE] : ADJ ground from biscuit;

[BUCCELLATUM, BUCCELLATI] : N soldier's biscuit; hardtack;

[BUCCINA, BUCCINAE] : N bugle, watch-horn; (curved) trumpet, war trumpet; shell triton blew;

[BUCCINATOR, BUCCINATORIS] : N trumpeter; proclaimer;

[BUCCINO, BUCCINARE, BUCCINAVI, BUCCINATUS] : V give signal with/sound trumpet/horn; blow the trumpet (bucina);

[BUCCINUM, BUCCINI] : N blast on trumpet, trumpet call; kind of shellfish (used for purple dye);

[BUCCINUS, BUCCINI] : N trumpeter; epithet for the cock/rooster;

[BUCCO, BUCCONIS] : N fathead, dolt, blockhead, fool;

[BUCCONIATS, BUCCONIATIS] : N species of vine in thurium the fruit of which is picked only after first frost;

[BUCCULA, BUCCULAE] : N little cheek; mouth/cheek-piece of a helmet; part of a machine/catapult channel;

[BUCCULARIUS, BUCCULARII] : N maker of beavers for helmets (mouth/cheek piece);

[BUCCULENTUS, BUCCULENTA, BUCCULENTUM] : ADJ having fat/full cheeks; having a big mouth (l+s);

[BUCELLA, BUCELLAE] : N small mouthful of food, morsel; small bread divided among the poor (l+s);

[BUCERAS, BUCERATIS] : N plant, fenugreek (faenum graecum);

[BUCERIUS, BUCERIA, BUCERIUM] : ADJ ox-horned; horned;

[BUCERUS, BUCERA, BUCERUM] : ADJ ox-horned; horned;

[BUCETUM, BUCETI] : N pasture for cattle, cow pasture, pasture;

[BUCINA, BUCINAE] : N bugle, watch-horn; (curved) trumpet, war trumpet; shell triton blew;

[BUCINATOR, BUCINATORIS] : N trumpeter; proclaimer;

[BUCINO, BUCINARE, BUCINAVI, BUCINATUS] : V give signal with/sound trumpet/horn; blow the trumpet (bucina);

[BUCINUM, BUCINI] : N blast on trumpet, trumpet call; kind of shellfish (used for purple dye);

[BUCINUM] : trumpet-blast.

[BUCINUS, BUCINI] : N trumpeter; epithet for the cock/rooster;

[BUCITUM, BUCITI] : N pasture for cattle;

[BUCOLICOS, BUCOLIC] : ADJ pastoral (poetry), bucolic; pertaining to shepherds; pastoral;

[BUCOLICUM, BUCOLICI] : N plant (all-heal/mistletoe); bucolic poems (pl.) of virgil or theocritus;

[BUCOLICUS, BUCOLICA, BUCOLICUM] : ADJ pastoral (poetry), bucolic; pertaining to shepherds; pastoral;

[BUCONIATES, BUCONIATAE] : N species of vine;

[BUCRANIUM, BUCRANI(I)] : N ox-head, representation of one on alter; plant so shaped; place of sacrifice;

[BUCULA, BUCULAE] : N little cheek; mouth/cheek-piece of a helmet; part of a machine/catapult channel;

[BUCULA, BUCULAE] : N heifer, young cow;

[BUCULUS, BUCULI] : N young bull/ox; steer;

[BUDA, BUDAE] : N sedge;

[BUDAMA] : bugloss

[BUFALUS, BUFALI] : N antelope, gazelle; wild ox, buffalo;

[BUFO, BUFONIS] : N toad;

[BUGENES, (GEN.), BUGENSTIS] : ADJ born of/produced from an ox/bull; (as insects from a dead carcass);

[BUGILLO, BUGILLONIS] : N plant (also called ajuga reptans);

[BUGLOSSA, BUGLOSSAE] : N bugloss (herb) (prickly ox-tongue, helminthia echioides?)_;

[BUGLOSSOS, BUGLOSSI] : N bugloss (herb) (prickly ox-tongue, helminthia echioides?)_;

[BUGONIA, BUGONIAE] : N generation of bees from putrid cattle carcasses (title of work by archelaus);

[BUL, UNDECLINED] : N bul (rain), heshvan, jewish month; (eighth in ecclesiatic year); (1 kings 6] : 38);

[BULAPATHUM, BULAPATHI] : N large species of plant lapathum of genus ramex (sorrel); herb (patience) (l+s);

[BULBACEUS, BULBACEA, BULBACEUM] : ADJ bulbous, having bulbs;

[BULBATIO, BULBATIONIS] : N bulb-like formation (in a kind of stone);

[BULBINE, BULBINES] : N kind of bulbous plant;

[BULBOS, BULBI] : N bulb; onion, edible bulb;

[BULBOSUS, BULBOSA, BULBOSUM] : ADJ bulbous, having bulbs;

[BULBULUS, BULBULI] : N small bulb;

[BULBULUS] : onion, a small bulb

[BULBUS, BULBI] : N bulb; onion, edible bulb;

[BULE, BULES] : N greek council or senate;

[BULEUTA, BULEUTAE] : N member of a greek council or senate;

[BULEUTERION, BULEUTERII] : N council/senate house/chamber (greek);

[BULEUTERIUM, BULEUTERI(I)] : N council/senate house/chamber (greek);

[BULGA, BULGAE] : N bag, wallet, purse; gallic leather knapsacl; womb (slang);

[BULIMA, BULIMAE] : N great/insatiable hunger; weakness of the stomach/fainting (l+s);

[BULIMO, BULIMARE, BULIMAVI, BULIMATUS] : V have great/insatiable hunger;

[BULIMOS, BULIMI] : N great/insatiable hunger; weakness of the stomach/fainting (l+s);

[BULIMOSUS, BULIMOSA, BULIMOSUM] : ADJ afflicted with insatiable hunger;

[BULIMUS, BULIMI] : N great/insatiable hunger; weakness of the stomach/fainting (l+s);

[BULLA, BULLAE] : N bubble; boss, knob, stud; locket/amulet (usu. gold) hung round the necks of boys

[BULLA] : stud, boss, formal papal document.

[BULLATIO, BULLATIONIS] : N bulb-like formation (in a kind of stone); bubbling;

[BULLATUS, BULLATA, BULLATUM] : ADJ bombastic; with bosses/knobs; wearing/decorated with bulla/childhood locket;

[BULLESCO, BULLESCERE,] : V bubble; form bubbles;

[BULLIGO, BULLIGINIS] : N bubbling/boiling liquid; broth; bouillon;

[BULLIO, BULLIRE, BULLIVI, BULLITUS] : V bubble, boil; make bubbles; boil (with indignation);

[BULLITUS, BULLITUS] : N bubble (of water); bubbling (l+s);

[BULLO, BULLARE, BULLAVI, BULLATUS] : V bubble, boil, effervesce;

[BULLULA, BULLULAE] : N small bubble; watery vesicle/sac; small amulet/locket (bulla) for a boy;

[BUMAMMUS, BUMAMMA, BUMAMMUM] : ADJ having large clusters; with large breasts;

[BUMASTA, BUMASTAE] : N large swelling grapes; vine having such grapes;

[BUMASTUS, BUMASTA, BUMASTUM] : ADJ large swelling (like grapes); (two term adj, like m, form is noun);

[BUMASTUS, BUMASTI] : N large swelling grapes; vine having such grapes;

[BUMBULUM, BUMBULI] : N break wind; fart;

[BUMELIA, BUMELIAE] : N large (common) ash-tree (fraxinus excelsior);

[BUNDON, BUNDONIS] : N farmer;

[BUNIAS, BUNIADIS] : N kind of turnip (french turnip, brassica napus?);

[BUNION, BUNII] : N kind of turnip;

[BUNITUS, BUNITA, BUNITUM] : ADJ of/made of turnips (bunion);

[BUPAEDA, BUPAEDAE] : N a big/huge boy/youth;

[BUPAES, BUPAEDOS/IS] : N a big/huge boy/youth;

[BUPHTHALMOS, BUPHTHALMI] : N flower of chrysanthemum family (chrysanthemum coronarium?); kind of houseleek;

[BUPHTHALMUS, BUPHTHALMI] : N flower of chrysanthemum family (chrysanthemum coronarium?); kind of houseleek;

[BUPLEURON, BUPLEURI] : N plant (unidentified) (hare's-ear l+s);

[BUPRESTIS, BUPRESTIS] : N beetle (poisonous, sting cattle to swelling l+s); plant (unidentified);

[BURA, BURAE] : N plow beam, curved hinder part of the plow;

[BURDO, BURDONIS] : N mule; hinny (general term for horse/ass hybrids; pilgrim's "mule"/staff;

[BURDONARIUS, BURDONARI(I)] : N muleteer, mule skinner, mule driver;

[BURDUBASTA, BURDUBASTAE] : N (word of doubtful meaning applied as abuse to decrepit gladiator);

[BURDUNCULUS, BURDUNCULI] : N plant (barage?);

[BURGARIA, BURGARIAE] : N burglary;

[BURGARIUS, BURGARI(I)] : N inhabitant of a castle/fort; defenders of the borders/marches (pl.);

[BURGENSIS, BURGENSIS] : N citizen/burgess/burger; inabitants/residents (pl.) of a (walled) town/borough;

[BURGERIA, BURGERIAE] : N burglary;

[BURGUS, BURGI] : N castle, fort, fortress; fortified town (medieval), burough;

[BURICHUS, BURICHI] : N small horse;

[BURICUS, BURICI] : N small horse;

[BURION] : calf's-snout

[BURIS, BURIS] : N plow beam, curved hinder part of the plow;

[BURIUS, BURII] : N species of animal (unknown);

[BURRA, BURRAE] : N small cow with a red mouth/muzzle; shaggy garment; trifles (pl.), nonsense;

[BURRANICUM, BURRANICI] : N vessel; (perhaps for a burranicus drink - composed of milk and must/new wine);

[BURRANICUS, BURRANICA, BURRANICUM] : ADJ composed of milk and must/new wine (of a drink);

[BURRHINON, BURRHINI] : N plant (oxnose);

[BURRICHUS, BURRICHI] : N small horse;

[BURRICUS, BURRICI] : N small horse;

[BURRIO, BURRIRE, BURRIVI, BURRITUS] : V swarm;

[BURRUS, BURRA, BURRUM] : ADJ red;

[BURSA, BURSAE] : N purse; supply of money, funds;

[BUS, BUS] : N ox, bull; cow; cattle (pl.); (odd form mostly in varro);

[BUSELINUM, BUSELINI] : N large variety of parsley;

[BUSEQUA, BUSEQUAE] : N cow-herd, herdsman, man who looks after cattle, cowboy;

[BUSTAR, BUSTARIS] : N place where dead bodies were burned;

[BUSTICETUM, BUSTICETI] : N place where dead bodies were burned;

[BUSTIRAPUS, BUSTIRAPI] : N grave robber; tomb robber; (term of reproach l+s);

[BUSTUALIS, BUSTUALIS, BUSTUALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to the place where dead bodies were burned;

[BUSTUARIUS, BUSTUARIA, BUSTUARIUM] : ADJ connected with/frequenting tombs; (~us gladiator fights at tomb to honor dead);

[BUSTUM, BUSTI] : N tomb, grave-mound; corpse; funeral pyre, ashes; heap of ashes (remains of city);

[BUSYCON, BUSYCI] : N large fig;

[BUTEO, BUTEONIS] : N species of hawk (buzzard?); (as a cognomen);

[BUTHYSIA, BUTHYSIAE] : N sacrifice of oxen;

[BUTHYTES, BUTHYTAE] : N sacrificer of oxen;

[BUTIO, BUTIONIS] : N bittern (bird that booms/roars like an ox during mating);

[BUTOMOS] : sedge

[BUTTUBATTUM, BUTTUBATTI] : N trifles (pl.), worthless things (l+s) (decl. uncertain);

[BUTTUTI] : INTERJ (exclamation used by the Hernici of Latinum at their religious festivals);

[BUTTUTTI] : INTERJ (exclamation used by the Hernici of Latinum at their religious festivals);

[BUTUBATTUM, BUTUBATTI] : N trifles (pl.), worthless things (decl. uncertain);

[BUTURUM, BUTURI] : N butter;

[BUTUTZIM] : cabbage

[BUTYRON, BUTYRI] : N butter;

[BUTYRUM, BUTYRI] : N butter;

[BUVINO, BUVINARE, BUVINAVI, BUVINATUS] : V menstruate, have monthly period (woman);

[BUXANS, (GEN.), BUXANTIS] : ADJ characteristic of boxwood (color);

[BUXEIROSTRIS, BUXEIROSTRIS, BUXEIROSTRE] : ADJ having a beak the color of boxwood;

[BUXETUM, BUXETI] : N plantation/wood/grove of boxwood;

[BUXEUS, BUXEA, BUXEUM] : ADJ of/connected with the box-tree; of boxwood; characteristic of boxwood (color);

[BUXIARIUS, BUXIARIA, BUXIARIUM] : ADJ of/connected with the box-tree; of boxwood;

[BUXIFER, BUXIFERA, BUXIFERUM] : ADJ producing box-trees;

[BUXOSUS, BUXOSA, BUXOSUM] : ADJ resembling/like boxwood;

[BUXUM, BUXI] : N boxwood; a box tree; instrument, pipe, flute (usually made of boxwood);

[BUXUS, BUXI] : N boxwood; a box tree; instrument, pipe, flute (usually made of boxwood);

[BYBLIOTHECA, BYBLIOTHECAE] : N library (either collection of books or the building, also person in charge);

[BYRFIRA] : plaster, name of a

[BYRRUS, BYRRA, BYRRUM] : ADJ red;

[BYRRUS, BYRRI] : N short woolen cloak with a hood;

[BYSSINUM, BYSSINI] : N garment made of fine flax (byssus);

[BYSSINUS, BYSSINA, BYSSINUM] : ADJ made of fine linen/flax, fine flaxen; (~ linum => fine linen/flaxen cloth);

[BYSSUM, BYSSI] : N kind of fine flax; linen made of it (l+s); cotton;

[BYSSUS, BYSSI] : N kind of fine flax; linen made of it (l+s); cotton;

[BYSSUS] : cotton cloths, linens

[BYZANTIUM, BYZANTII] : N byzantium (city on the bosphorus, later constantinople, now istanbul); W:

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