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[D, ABB.] : N decimus, roman praenomen; abbreviated d.;

[D, ABB.] : N diem, abb. d; in calendar expression a. d. = ante diem = before the day;

[D, ABB.] : N dominus, lord; abb. d; as calendar a d = anno domine = in the year of our lord;

[D, UNDECLINED] : ADJ obliged; bound (to pay), condemned to pay; sentenced; (abbr. d. in incription);

[DABLAS, DEBLAE] : N kind of arabian palm; (bears a delicious fruit l+s);

[DACI] : Dacians.

[DACIGENA] : Dacian-born.

[DACRIMA, DACRIMAE] : N tear; exuded gum/sap from plant; quicksilver from ore; weeping (pl.); dirge;

[DACRIMA, DACRIMAE] : N tear (usu. pl.); weeping, sheading of tears; juice; (old form of lacrima);

[DACTYLICUS, DACTYLICA, DACTYLICUM] : ADJ dactylic; of/characterized by dactyls (metric foot long-short-short);

[DACTYLIOTHECA, DACTYLIOTHECAE] : N box/case/casket for rings; (and its contents);

[DACTYLIS, DACTYLIDIS] : N kind of grape; (long like a finger);

[DACTYLUS, DACTYLI] : N dactyl (metrical foot long-short-short); long (finger-like) grape/date/mollusk;

[DACTYLUS] : peony Dioscorides

[DADUCHUS, DADUCHI] : N priest carrying torch (who guided initiates to-be at the eleusinian mystries);

[DAEDALE] : ADV artistically, skillfully;

[DAEDALUS, DAEDALA, DAEDALUM] : ADJ artificial, artifically contrived; variously adorned, ornamented; variegated;

[DAEDALUS, DAEDALA, DAEDALUM] : ADJ skillful, dexterous; skillfully made/worked; daedalus => builder of labyrinth;

[DAEMON, DAEMONIS] : N spirit, supernatural being/spirit, spirit internediary between man and gods;

[DAEMON, DAEMONIS] : N evil spirit, demon, devil;

[DAEMONIACUS, DAEMONIACI] : N demonic, one possed by evil spirits;

[DAEMONIACUS, DAEMONIACA, DAEMONIACUM] : ADJ demonic, devilish; pertaining to an evil spirit;

[DAEMONICOLA, DAEMONICOLAE] : N heathen; worshipper of devils;

[DAEMONICUS, DAEMONICA, DAEMONICUM] : ADJ demonic, devilish; belonging to an evil spirit;

[DAEMONION, DAEMONII] : N spirit; socrates' indwelling genius; familiar; little spirit (l+s); evil demon;

[DAEMONIUM, DAEMONI(I)] : N spirit; socrates' indwelling genius; familiar; little spirit (l+s);

[DAEMONIUM, DAEMONI(I)] : N evil spirit, demon, devil;

[DAGNADES, DAGNEDIS] : N kind of bird in egypt;

[DAMA, DAMAE] : N fallow/red-deer; small member of deer family; gazelle/antelope; doe; slave name;

[DAMALIO, DAMALIONIS] : N calf;

[DAMASCENUS, DAMASCENI] : N inhabitant of damascus; (city in syria); (~ pruna => damascus/damson plums);

[DAMASCENUS, DAMASCENA, DAMASCENUM] : ADJ damascus-, of/from damascus; (city in syria); made of damask (fabric);

[DAMASCOS, DAMASCI] : N damascus; (city in syria);

[DAMASCUS, DAMASCI] : N damascus; (city in syria);

[DAMASONION, DAMASONII] : N water plantain;

[DAMASONIUM, DAMASONI(I)] : N water plantain;

[DAMIUM, DAMII] : N sacrifice made in secret in honor of the bonae deae;

[DAMIURGUS, DAMIURGI] : N magistrate in various greek states; play by turpilus;

[DAMMA, DAMMAE] : N fallow/red-deer; small member of deer family; gazelle/antelope; doe;

[DAMMULA, DAMMULAE] : N little deer (as a small and harmless animal); little fallow deer (l+s);

[DAMNABILIS, DAMNABILE, DAMNABILIOR -OR -US, DAMNABILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ damnable, worthy of condemnation;

[DAMNABILITER] : ADV culpably;

[DAMNAS, UNDECLINED] : ADJ obliged; bound (to pay), condemned to pay; sentenced; (abbr. d. in incription);

[DAMNATICIUS, DAMNATICIA, DAMNATICIUM] : ADJ condemned; sentenced;

[DAMNATIO, DAMNATIONIS] : N condemnation (in a court of law); obligation under a will; adverse judgement;

[DAMNATIO] : condemnation.

[DAMNATITIUS, DAMNATITIA, DAMNATITIUM] : ADJ condemned; sentenced;

[DAMNATOR, DAMNATORIS] : N one who condemns;

[DAMNATORIUS, DAMNATORIA, DAMNATORIUM] : ADJ condemnatory; that involves/indicates condemnation;

[DAMNATUS, DAMNATA -UM, DAMNATIOR -OR -US, DAMNATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ condemned; found guilty; reprobate (l+s); criminal; hateful, wretched;

[DAMNAUSTRA, UNDECLINED] : N (word of a charm to cure a dislocated joint);

[DAMNIFICO, DAMNIFICARE, DAMNIFICAVI, DAMNIFICATUS] : V injure; fine;

[DAMNIFICUS, DAMNIFICA, DAMNIFICUM] : ADJ injurious, hurtful, pernicious; that causes loss;

[DAMNIGERULUS, DAMNIGERULA, DAMNIGERULUM] : ADJ injurious, hurtful, pernicious;

[DAMNO, DAMNARE, DAMNAVI, DAMNATUS] : V discredit; seek/secure condemnation of; find fault; bind/oblige under a will;

[DAMNO, DAMNARE, DAMNAVI, DAMNATUS] : V pass/pronounce judgement, find guilty; deliver/condemn/sentence; harm/damn/doom;

[DAMNO] : to condemn, damn.

[DAMNO] : to condemn.

[DAMNOSE] : ADV ruinously, so as to cause loss; to the injury of (l+s); excessively;

[DAMNOSUS, DAMNOSA -UM, DAMNOSIOR -OR -US, DAMNOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ harmful/detrimental/ruinous; prodigal/spendthrift; that causes finanical loss;

[DAMNULA, DAMNULAE] : N little deer (as a small and harmless animal); little fallow deer (l+s);

[DAMNUM, DAMNI] : N finanical/property/physical loss/damage/injury; forfeiture/fine; lost possession

[DAMNUM] : loss, damage, injury / a fine ;

[DAMNUM] : loss, damage.

[DAMNUM] : loss, damage, injury/ a fine ;

[DAMPNO, DAMPNARE, DAMPNAVI, DAMPNATUS] : V discredit; seek/secure condemnation of; find fault; bind/oblige under a will;

[DAMPNO, DAMPNARE, DAMPNAVI, DAMPNATUS] : V pass/pronounce judgement, find guilty; deliver/condemn/sentence; harm/damn/doom;

[DANISTA, DANISTAE] : N money-lender; usurer;

[DANISTICUS, DANISTICA, DANISTICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to money-lenders or usury; money-lending, usurous (l+s);

[DANNAUSTRA, UNDECLINED] : N (word of a charm to cure a dislocated joint);

[DAPALIS, DAPALIS, DAPALE] : ADJ sacrificial; of/pertaining to a sacrificial feast;

[DAPATICE] : ADV splendidly, in fine/lordly manner/language; superbly; proudly/boastfully;

[DAPATICUS, DAPATICA -UM, DAPATICIOR -OR -US, DAPATICISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ splendid/excellent; sumptuous/magnificent/stately; noble/eminent; proud/boastful

[DAPES] : fortune, wealth.

[DAPHINE, DAPHINES] : N laurel-tree; bay-tree; daughter of river-god peneus changed into laurel-tree;

[DAPHNE, DAPHNES] : N laurel-tree; bay-tree; daughter of river-god peneus changed into laurel-tree;

[DAPHNEAS, DAPHNEAE] : N precious stone (unidentified);

[DAPHNIAS, DAPHNIAE] : N precious stone (unidentified);

[DAPHNITIS, DAPHNITIDIS] : N kind of casia/cinnamon resembling bay;

[DAPHNOIDES, DAPHNOIDES, DAPHNOIDES] : ADJ epithet of spurge laurel daphne laureola; kind of clematis; sort of cassia (l+s)

[DAPHNON, DAPHNONOS/IS] : N grove of laurels;

[DAPIFER, DAPIFERI] : N servant who waited at tables;

[DAPIFER] : senescal.

[DAPIFEX, DAPIFICIS] : N servant who prepared food;

[DAPINO, DAPINARE, DAPINAVI, DAPINATUS] : V provide for; meet the cost of; serve up (as food) (l+s);

[DAPIS, DAPIS] : N sacrificial feast/meal; feast, banquet; food composing it; food/meal of animals;

[DAPS, DAPIS] : N sacrificial feast/meal; feast, banquet; food composing it; food/meal of animals;

[DAPS] : banquet.

[DAPSILE, DAPSILIUS, DAPSILISSIME] : ADV plentifully, copiously, abundantly; sumptuously, bountifully (l+s);

[DAPSILIS, DAPSILE, DAPSILIOR -OR -US, DAPSILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ sumptuous, plentiful, abundant; richly provided with everything (l+s);

[DAPSILITER] : ADV plentifully, copiously, abundantly; sumptuously, bountifully (l+s);

[DARDANARIUS, DARDANARI(I)] : N speculator; (in grain); forestaller (buys up goods before they reach market);

[DARTON] : ADJ name of membrane enclosing the testicles;

[DARTOS, DARTOS] : ADJ name of membrane enclosing the testicles;

[DASEA, DASEAE] : N rough-breathing;

[DASIA, DASIAE] : N rough-breathing;

[DASYPUS, DASYPODIS] : N kind of hare; sort of rabbit (l+s);

[DATAIM] : ADV by giving in turn/reciprocally/hand-to-hand/from one to another; (sex metaphor);

[DATARIUS, DATARIA, DATARIUM] : ADJ concerned with giving away; that is given away; to be given away (l+s);

[DATHIATHUM, DATHIATHI] : N kind of incense; (redish l+s);

[DATIO, DATIONIS] : N act of giving/assigning/alloting/handing over, transfer; donation/gift; payment;

[dative] for sale.

[DATIVUS, DATIVA, DATIVUM] : ADJ dative (case); assigned (guardian); pertaining to giving; given, appointed (l+s)

[DATIVUS, DATIVI] : N dative; (grammatical case);

[DATO, DATARE, DATAVI, DATATUS] : V be in habit of giving; make a practice of giving; give away, administer (l+s);

[DATOR, DATORIS] : N giver, donor, patron; slave who hands the ball to the player (l+s);

[DATUM, DATI] : N present/gift; that which is given; debit;

[DATUS, DATUS] : N act of giving;

[DAUCON, DAUCI] : N name of various plants; (prob. athamanta cretensis); like parsnip/carrot (l+s);

[DAUCOS, DAUCI] : N name of various plants; (prob. athamanta cretensis); like parsnip/carrot (l+s);

[DAUCUM, DAUCI] : N name of various plants; (prob. athamanta cretensis); like parsnip/carrot (l+s);

[DAUTIUM, DAUTII] : N entertainment provided for foreign guests of the state of rome; state banquet;

[DE DUOBUS MALIS MINUS EST SEMPER ELIGENDUM. ] : PHRASE one must always choose the lesser of two evils.

[DE FACTO ] : PHRASE in fact

[DE GUSTIBUS NON EST DISPUTANDUM. ] : PHRASE that is a matter of taste.

[DE JURE ] : PHRASE by right

[DE MORTUIS NIHIL NISI BENE. ] : PHRASE nothing but good about the dead.

[DE NIHILO NIHIL. ] : PHRASE nothing comes from nothing.

[de subito] suddenly.

[DE] : (prep. + abl.) down from, from, concerning, about.

[DE] : PREP ABL down/away from, from, off; about, of, concerning; according to; with regard to;

[DEA, DEAE] : N goddess;

[DEACINATUS, DEACINATA, DEACINATUM] : ADJ cleared from the grapes; (skins old);

[DEACINO, DEACINARE, DEACINAVI, DEACINATUS] : V cleanse of grape-skins/etc.;

[DEACTIO, DEACTIONIS] : N conclusion?; finishing (l+s);

[DEAGO, DEAGERE, DEEGI, DEACTUS] : V remove, take off;

[DEALBAMENTUM, DEALBAMENTI] : N whitewash;

[DEALBATIO, DEALBATIONIS] : N whitewashing;

[DEALBATOR, DEALBATORIS] : N whitewasher; plasterer (l+s); pargeter; one who whitens over;

[DEALBATUS, DEALBATA, DEALBATUM] : ADJ whitewashed; plastered;

[DEALBO, DEALBARE, DEALBAVI, DEALBATUS] : V whitewash; whiten (over); plaster, parget (l+s); purify, cleanse (eccl.);

[DEALBO] : to purify, whitewash.

[DEAMBULACRUM, DEAMBULACRI] : N promenade, walk, place to walk in;

[DEAMBULATIO, DEAMBULATIONIS] : N walk; action of walking; place for walking; walking abroad, promenading (l+s);

[DEAMBULATORIUM, DEAMBULATORII] : N gallery for walking;

[DEAMBULO, DEAMBULARE, DEAMBULAVI, DEAMBULATUS] : V take a walk, go for a walk; walk abroad (l+s); walk much; promenade;

[DEAMO, DEAMARE, DEAMAVI, DEAMATUS] : V love dearly; be passionately/desperately in love with; be delighted with/obliged

[DEARGENTO, DEARGENTARE, DEARGENTAVI, DEARGENTATUS] : V deprive/strip of silver/money; (take one's money); (late) silver/plate over (l+s

[DEARGUMENTOR, DEARGUMENTARI, -, DEARGUMENTATUS SUM] : V decide finally;

[DEARMO, DEARMARE, DEARMAVI, DEARMATUS] : V disarm; deprive of power; blunt;

[DEARTUO, DEARTUARE, DEARTUAVI, DEARTUATUS] : V dismember; rend limb from limb (l+s); ruin;

[DEASCEO, DEASCEARE, DEASCEAVI, DEASCEATUS] : V cut/shape smoothly; efface by cutting, rub out; get the better of; hew/cut w/ax;

[DEASCIO, DEASCIARE, DEASCIAVI, DEASCIATUS] : V cut/shape smoothly; efface by cutting, rub out; get the better of; hew/cut w/ax;

[DEAURATOR, DEAURATORIS] : N gilder; (one who covers with gold leaf of plate);

[DEAURO, DEAURARE, DEAURAVI, DEAURATUS] : V gild, gild over; (cover with gold leaf of plate);

[DEBACCHATIO, DEBACCHATIONIS] : N fury; passionate raving;

[DEBACCHOR, DEBACCHARI, -, DEBACCHATUS SUM] : V rage; rave; (like bacchantes); revel wildly (l+s); rage without control;

[DEBATTUO, DEBATTUERE,] : V belabor/batter/beat, thump hard; bang; (of sexual intercourse, often adulterous)

[DEBATUO, DEBATUERE,] : V belabor/batter/beat, thump hard; bang; (of sexual intercourse, often adulterous)

[DEBELLATOR, DEBELLATORIS] : N conqueror; subduer;

[DEBELLATRIX, DEBELLATRICIS] : N conqueroriess; she who conquors;

[DEBELLO, DEBELLARE, DEBELLAVI, DEBELLATUS] : V fight out/to a finish; bring a battle/war to an end; vanquish, subdue;

[DEBELLO] : cnquer, vanquish/ end a war.

[DEBELLO] : cnquer, vanquish / end a war

[DEBELLO] : to vanquish, finish a war, fight out.

[DEBEO, DEBERE, DEBUI, DEBITUS] : V owe; be indebted/responsible for/obliged/bound/destined; ought, must, should;

[DEBEO] : to owe, to be morally bound to, to be bound by.

[DEBIBO, DEBIBERE, DEBIBI] : V drink of;

[DEBILIS, DEBILE, DEBILIOR -OR -US, DEBILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ weak/feeble/frail; crippled/disabled; wanting/deprived (competence); ineffective

[DEBILITAS, DEBILITATIS] : N weakness, infirmity, debility, lameness; feebleness (intellectual/moral);

[DEBILITATIO, DEBILITATIONIS] : N mutilation; act/process of disabling/maining/laming; enfeeblement (of the mind);

[DEBILITER] : ADV impotently; with weakness, feeblely; lamely, infirmly (l+s);

[DEBILITO, DEBILITARE, DEBILITAVI, DEBILITATUS] : V weaken, disable/incapacitate, impair/maim/lame/cripple; deprive of power (to act

[DEBILITO] : to weaken, ennervate, sap, exhaust.

[DEBITIO, DEBITIONIS] : N indebetness; state/fact of owing; the debt (l+s);

[DEBITOR, DEBITORIS] : N debtor, one who owes; one under obligation to pay; one indebted (for service);

[DEBITRIX, DEBITRICIS] : N debtor (female); one under obligation to pay; one indebted (for service);

[DEBITUM, DEBITI] : N debt/what is owed; (his) due; duty; that due/ought to occur; (w/voli => by vow);

[DEBITUM] : debt

[DEBITUM] : debt.

[DEBITUS, DEBITA, DEBITUM] : ADJ due, owed; owing; appropriate, becoming; doomed, destined, fated;

[DEBLATERO, DEBLATERARE, DEBLATERAVI, DEBLATERATUS] : V babble, utter in a foolish manner; blab out (l+s);

[DEBRIO] : to intoxicate.

[DEBUCCINO, DEBUCCINARE, DEBUCCINAVI, DEBUCCINATUS] : V trumpet forth;

[DEBUCINO, DEBUCINARE, DEBUCINAVI, DEBUCINATUS] : V trumpet forth;

[DEC, UNDECLINED] : ADJ december (month) (mensis understood); abbr. dec.;

[DECACHINNO, DECACHINNARE, DECACHINNAVI, DECACHINNATUS] : V deride, laugh to scorn;

[DECACHORDUM, DECACHORDI] : N musical instrument of ten strings;

[DECACHORDUS, DECACHORDA, DECACHORDUM] : ADJ ten-stringed;

[DECACORDUM, DECACORDI] : N musical instrument of ten strings;

[DECACORDUS, DECACORDA, DECACORDUM] : ADJ ten-stringed;

[DECACUMINATIO, DECACUMINATIONIS] : N topping of a tree; removal by lopping of the crown of a tree;

[DECACUMINO, DECACUMINARE, DECACUMINAVI, DECACUMINATUS] : V top a tree; remove the crown of a tree by lopping;

[DECALAUTICO, DECALAUTICARE, DECALAUTICAVI, DECALAUTICATUS] : V remove/relieve/deprive of a calautica (shoulder-length woman's headdress/hood);

[DECALCO, DECALCARE, DECALCAVI, DECALCATUS] : V plaster with lime; coat throughly with whitewash] :

[DECALESCO, DECALESCERE,] : V become warm;

[DECALICATOR, DECALICATORIS] : N hard drinker; (who is plastered/stiff?);

[DECALICATUM, DECALICATI] : N thing plastered/coated throughly with whitewash/lime;

[DECALICATUS, DECALICATA, DECALICATUM] : ADJ coated throughly with whitewash] : plastered with lime;

[DECALIFACIO, DECALIFACERE, DECALIFECI, DECALIFACTUS] : V warm thoroughly;

[DECALOGUS, DECALOGI] : N decalogue; the ten commandments as a body of law;

[DECALVATIO, DECALVATIONIS] : N making bald; shaving/cutting/removing the hair;

[DECALVATUS, DECALVATA, DECALVATUM] : ADJ shorn; (of hair); (sampson);

[DECALVO, DECALVARE, DECALVAVI, DECALVATUS] : V make bald, remove the hair; cut/shear off the hair;

[DECANICUM, DECANICI] : N building belonging to the church;

[DECANICUM, DECANICI] : N branch of astrology based on division of signs of zodiac into thirds (pl.);

[DECANIUM, DECANII] : N divisions/thirds (pl.) of the zodiac; (for astrology);

[DECANO, DECANERE, DECECINI, DECANTUS] : V celebrate by singing;

[DECANTATIO, DECANTATIONIS] : N talkativeness;

[DECANTO, DECANTARE, DECANTAVI, DECANTATUS] : V chant, recite singing; reel off, repeat often/harp on; prattle; bewitch/enchant;

[DECANUS, DECANI] : N chief of ten, one set over ten persons/soldiers/monks; dean; imperial officer;

[DECAPROTIA, DECAPROTIAE] : N office/dignity of the decaproti; (ten chief men/magistrates in municipia);

[DECAPROTUS, DECAPROTI] : N municipal finance committee (pl.); ten chief men/magistrates in municipia;

[DECARGYRUM, DECARGYRI] : N large silver coin;

[DECARMINO, DECARMINARE, DECARMINAVI, DECARMINATUS] : V make prose of verse; disarrange the order of words (in a verse);

[DECARNO, DECARNARE, DECARNAVI, DECARNATUS] : V take off the flesh;

[DECARPO, DECARPERE, DECARPSI, DECARPTUS] : V pluck, pull/tear/snip off, pick; cull; reap/procure/gather; catch/snatch; remove

[DECAS, DECADIS] : N decade;

[DECASTYLON] : ADJ decastyle, having ten columns;

[DECASTYLOS, DECASTYLOS] : ADJ decastyle, having ten columns;

[DECATRESSIS, DECATRESSIS] : N members (pl.) of collegium at puteoli which held reunions on 13th of the month;

[DECAULESCO, DECAULESCERE,] : V form a stem; run to stalk;

[DECEDO, DECEDERE, DECESSI, DECESSUS] : V stray/digress; pass away/depart life, die; subside/cease (feelings); disappear;

[DECEDO, DECEDERE, DECESSI, DECESSUS] : V withdraw/retire, go off/away, depart, leave; relinquish/cease; desert/abandon;

[DECEDO, DECEDERE, DECESSI, DECESSUS] : V quit office and return home; make/get out of the way; yield; wane; fall short;

[DECELLO, DECELLERE,] : V deviate, turn aside;

[DECEM, DECIMUS -A -UM, DENI -AE -A, DECIE(N)S] : NUM ten; (ten men);

[DECEM] : NUM ten;

[DECEMBER, DECEMBRA, DECEMBRUM] : ADJ december (month) (mensis understood); abbr. dec.; of/pertaining to december;

[DECEMBER, DECEMBRI] : N december] : (the 10th month of the old calender, 12th/last month after caesar);

[DECEMJUGIS, DECEMJUGIS, DECEMJUGE] : ADJ ten-horse (chariot/wagon); ten-yoked; equipped for yoking ten draught animals;

[DECEMMESTRIS, DECEMMESTRIS, DECEMMESTRE] : ADJ of ten months;

[DECEMMODIA, DECEMMODIAE] : N basket holding ten modii; (total 2.5 bushels);

[DECEMMODIUS, DECEMMODIA, DECEMMODIUM] : ADJ containing ten moddii; (total 2.5 bushels);

[DECEMPEDA, DECEMPEDAE] : N ten-foot measuring rod; a ten foot pole; length of ten feet;

[DECEMPEDALIS, DECEMPEDALIS, DECEMPEDALE] : ADJ ten feet long;

[DECEMPEDATOR, DECEMPEDATORIS] : N land-surveyor/measurer; (uses a decempeda/ten-foot measuring pole);

[DECEMPLEX, (GEN.), DECEMPLICIS] : ADJ ten-fold;

[DECEMPLICATUS, DECEMPLICATA, DECEMPLICATUM] : ADJ ten times over; multiplied by ten;

[DECEMPLICO, DECEMPLICARE, DECEMPLICAVI, DECEMPLICATUS] : V multiply by ten;

[DECEMPRIMATUS, DECEMPRIMATUS] : N office/dignity of the decemprimi/decaproti; (ten chief men in municipia);

[DECEMPRIMUS, DECEMPRIMI] : N one of 10 seniors of the senate/priesthood in municipium/colonia; abb. xprimus;

[DECEMPRIMUS, DECEMPRIMI] : N municipal finance committee (pl.); ten chief men/magistrates in municipia;

[DECEMREMIS, DECEMREMIS] : N large warship; (precise arrangement of oars not determined); ten-oared (l+s);

[DECEMREMIS, DECEMREMIS, DECEMREME] : ADJ ten-oared; having ten banks of oars?;

[DECEMSCALMUS, DECEMSCALMA, DECEMSCALMUM] : ADJ ten-oared; having ten rowlocks/banks of oars;

[DECEMVIR, DECEMVIRI] : N one of ten men/decemvirs (commission of ten, a board with consular powers);

[DECEMVIRALIS, DECEMVIRALIS, DECEMVIRALE] : ADJ of/belonging to a decemvirate (office of decemvir); abb. xviralis;

[DECEMVIRALITER] : ADV in the manner of the decemviri;

[DECEMVIRATUS, DECEMVIRATUS] : N office of decemvir; abb. xviratus;

[DECENNAL, DECENNALIS] : N festival (pl.); (originally every 10th anniversary of an emperor's accession);

[DECENNALIS, DECENNALIS, DECENNALE] : ADJ recurring every tenth year;

[DECENNIS, DECENNIS, DECENNE] : ADJ of ten years; lasting ten years; ten years old;

[DECENNIUM, DECENNII] : N period of ten years; festival (pl.) (every 10th anniversary of emperor);

[DECENNOVALIS, DECENNOVALIS, DECENNOVALE] : ADJ of ninteen years;

[DECENS, DECENTER] : properly, fittingly, suitably.

[DECENS, DECENTER] : properly, fittingly, suitably

[DECENS, DECENTIS (GEN.), DECENTIOR -OR -US, DECENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ appropriate, decent/seemly, conforming to approved standard; pleasing/graceful;

[DECENS] : becoming, graceful.

[DECENTER, DECENTIUS, DECENTISSIME] : ADV appropriately/decently, with good taste; becomingly, pleasingly, gracefully;

[DECENTER] : becomingly, properly.

[DECENTIA, DECENTIAE] : N propriety, decency; comeliness, becomingness;

[DECENTIA] : propriety, decency of behavior

[DECENTIA] : propriety, decency of behavior.

[DECEPTIO, DECEPTIONIS] : N deception, deceit; deceitfullness;

[DECEPTIO] : deception.

[DECEPTOR, DECEPTORIS] : N deceiver, betrayer (of); one who plays false (to);

[DECEPTORIUS, DECEPTORIA, DECEPTORIUM] : ADJ deceptive; deceitful;

[DECEPTRIX, (GEN.), DECEPTRICIS] : ADJ that betrays or deceives; (feminine adjective);

[DECEPTRIX, DECEPTRICIS] : N she who betrays or deceives; (female);

[DECEPTUS, DECEPTUS] : N deception;

[DECER, DECERIS] : N ship having ten banks of oars or with oars/rowers grouped in tens in some way;

[DECERIS, DECERIS, DECERE] : ADJ having ten banks of oars or with oars/rowers grouped in tens in some way;

[DECERMINUM, DECERMINI] : N trimmings (pl.), prunings; leaves and boughs plucked off (l+s); beggers;

[DECERNO, DECERNERE, DECREVI, DECRETUS] : V decide/settle/determine/resolve; decree/declare/ordain; judge; vote for/contend;

[DECERNO] : to decide, determine, settle / to decide to do something

[DECERNO] : to decide, determine, settle/ to decide to do something.

[DECERNO] : to judge, resolve on.

[DECERPO, DECERPERE, DECERPSI, DECERPTUS] : V pluck, pull/tear/snip off, pick; cull; reap/procure/gather; catch/snatch; remove

[DECERPO] : to pluck off/ to gather, take away.

[DECERPO] : to pluck off / to gather, take away

[DECERPTOR, DECERPTORIS] : N one who plucks/excerpts/extracts/quotes;

[DECERTATIO, DECERTATIONIS] : N action of fighting out an issue; decision of a dispute (l+s); decisive conflict;

[DECERTATIO] : a contest, contention

[DECERTATIO] : a contest, contention.

[DECERTATOR, DECERTATORIS] : N champion,; he who goes through a decisive contest;

[DECERTO, DECERTARE, DECERTAVI, DECERTATUS] : V fight (issue out/to the finish); contend/dispute/argue; struggle/compete over;

[DECERTO] : to contend, fight to the finish.

[DECERTO] : to contend, fight to the finish

[DECERVICATUS, DECERVICATA, DECERVICATUM] : ADJ beheaded, decapitated, decollated;

[DECESSIO, DECESSIONIS] : N transition/transferring (of words from primary to derivative meaning);

[DECESSIO, DECESSIONIS] : N departure (provinceal magistrate)/retirement; diminution/decrease/disappearance;

[DECESSIO] : a retreat, withdrawal / departure, leaving / decrease, diminution

[DECESSIO] : a retreat, withdrawal/ departure, leavin.

[DECESSIO] : decrease, diminution.

[DECESSOR, DECESSORIS] : N magistrate retiring from his post (in the roman provincial adminstration);

[DECESSOR] : someone who retires/ a predecessor.

[DECESSOR] : someone who retires / a predecessor

[DECESSUS, DECESSUS] : N departure; retirement (provincial magistrate); passing/death; decline/fall/ebb;

[DECESSUS] : retirement/ withdrawal/ departure/ death.

[DECESSUS] : retirement / withdrawal / departure / death

[DECET, DECERE, DECIT] : V it is fitting/right/seemly/suitable/proper; it ought; become/adorn/grace;

[DECET] : fitting.

[DECET] : it is seemly, comely, suitable, proper

[DECET] : it is seemly, comely, suitable, proper.

[DECHARMIDO, DECHARMIDARE, DECHARMIDAVI, DECHARMIDATUS] : V de-charmidize, destroy identity as charmides (character in plautus' trinummus);

[DECIDO, DECIDERE, DECIDI, DECISUS] : V make explicit; put an end to, bring to conclusion, settle/decide/agree (on);

[DECIDO, DECIDERE, DECIDI, DECISUS] : V detach, cut off/out/down; fell; cut/notch/carve to delineate; flog thoroughly;

[DECIDO, DECIDERE, DECIDI] : V fall/drop/hang/flow down/off/over; sink/drop; fail, fall in ruin; end up; die;

[DECIDO] : (-cisi -cisum) to cut down, cut off/ arrange, settle.

[DECIDO] : (-cisi -cisum) to cut down, cut off / arrange, settle

[DECIDO] : to fall down/ fall dead, die/ sink, fall.

[DECIDO] : to fall down / fall dead, die / sink, fall

[DECIDUUS, DECIDUA, DECIDUUM] : ADJ falling (down/off); hanging down; tending to be dropped, cast; deciduous (l+s);

[DECIMA, DECIMAE] : N tenth part/tithe; (offering/tax/largesse); tax/right to collect 10%; 10th hour;

[DECIMANA, DECIMANAE] : N female/wife of tax-farmer/who buys right to tithe;

[DECIMANUS, DECIMANA, DECIMANUM] : ADJ of the tenth (legion); huge/outsize; of tithe; (w/porta => rear gate of camp);

[DECIMANUS, DECIMANI] : N man of tenth legion; tax-farmer/who buys right to tithe; line bounding 10 actus;

[DECIMARIUS, DECIMARIA, DECIMARIUM] : ADJ pertaining to tithes; paying tithes; subject to tithes;

[DECIMATIO, DECIMATIONIS] : N decimation, taking every tenth man for punishment; taking a tenth; tithing;

[DECIMATRUS, DECIMATRI] : N holiday of the falisci (of etruscan culture) ten days after the ides;

[DECIMO, DECIMARE, DECIMAVI, DECIMATUS] : V choose by lot every tenth man (for punishment); make tithe offering (to a god);

[DECIMUM] : ADV for the tenth time;

[DECIMUS, DECIMI] : N decimus, roman praenomen; abbreviated d.;

[DECIMUS] : tenth

[DECIMUS] : tenth.

[DECINERATUS, DECINERATA, DECINERATUM] : ADJ wholly/completely reduced/turned to ashes;

[DECINERESCO, DECINERESCERE,] : V be wholly/completely reduced to ashes;

[DECIPIO, DECIPERE, DECEPI, DECEPTUS] : V cheat/deceive/mislead/dupe/trap; elude/excape notice; disappoint/frustrate/foil;

[DECIPIO] : (deceptus) ensnare, trap, beguile, deceive, cheat.

[DECIPIO] : to ensnare, deceive.

[DECIPULA, DECIPULAE] : N trap, snare; device serving to deceive;

[DECIPULUM, DECIPULI] : N trap, snare; device serving to deceive;

[DECIRCINO, DECIRCINARE, DECIRCINAVI, DECIRCINATUS] : V round off, make rounded/circular;

[DECISIO, DECISIONIS] : N settlement, agreement, decision; curtailment, diminishment;

[DECITANS, (GEN.), DECITANTIS] : ADJ causing to glide down;

[DECLAMATIO, DECLAMATIONIS] : N delivering set speech; declamination; school exercise speech; using rhetoric;

[DECLAMATIO] : loud or violent speech / declamation / practice in oratory

[DECLAMATIO] : loud or violent speech/ declamatio.

[DECLAMATIO] : practice in oratory.

[DECLAMATIUNCULA, DECLAMATIUNCULAE] : N short argument as oratorical exercise; subject for declamation(l+s); bawling;

[DECLAMATOR, DECLAMATORIS] : N one who composes/delivers speeches as oratorical exercise; rhetorial declaimer;

[DECLAMATORIE] : ADV in a rhetorical manner;

[DECLAMATORIUS, DECLAMATORIA, DECLAMATORIUM] : ADJ rhetorical, of declamation/excerise of speaking; of/belonging to a rhetorician;

[DECLAMITO, DECLAMITARE, DECLAMITAVI, DECLAMITATUS] : V declaim (oratoric exercise) continually/habitually; practice rhetoric; bluster;

[DECLAMO, DECLAMARE, DECLAMAVI, DECLAMATUS] : V declaim, make speeches (usu. as an oratorical exercise); bluster/bawl (l+s);

[DECLAMO] : to declaim, orate / speak loudly

[DECLAMO] : to declaim, orate/ speak loudly.

[DECLARATIO, DECLARATIONIS] : N revelation, disclosure, announcement; act of making known/clear/evident;

[DECLARATIO] : a clarification.

[DECLARATIO] : a clarification

[DECLARATIVE] : ADV by way of explanation;

[DECLARATIVUS, DECLARATIVA, DECLARATIVUM] : ADJ explanatory, serving for ecplanation;

[DECLARATOR, DECLARATORIS] : N announcer; one who decolares/makes known (l+s);

[DECLARO, DECLARARE, DECLARAVI, DECLARATUS] : V declare/announce/make known; indicate, reveal, testify, show/prove; mean (word);

[DECLARO] : to explain, explain, reveal.

[DECLARO] : to explain, explain, reveal / to proclaim (a person as chosen)

[DECLARO] : to proclaim (a person as chosen).

[DECLARO] : to prove.

[DECLINABILIS, DECLINABILIS, DECLINABILE] : ADJ declinable, that can be (grammatically) inflected;

[DECLINATIO, DECLINATIONIS] : N turning aside, swerve; advoidance; divergence/variation/digression; inflection;

[DECLINATIO, DECLINATIONIS] : N declination/relative sky angle; latitude; compass point; inclination; bend/slope

[DECLINATIO] : a turning aside / declining / avoiding / inflection, declension

[DECLINATIO] : a turning aside/ declining.

[DECLINATIO] : avoiding/ inflection, declension.

[DECLINATUS, DECLINATUS] : N inflection, manner of inflecting/declining/modifing words; inflected form;

[DECLINIS, DECLINIS, DECLINE] : ADJ moving/bending/drooping down; declining/ebbing; turning/bending; skewed/averted;

[DECLINO, DECLINARE, DECLINAVI, DECLINATUS] : V avoid, stray; vary/be different; bend/sink down, subside/decline; lower, descend

[DECLINO, DECLINARE, DECLINAVI, DECLINATUS] : V decline/conjugate/inflect (in the same manner/like); change word form, modify;

[DECLINO, DECLINARE, DECLINAVI, DECLINATUS] : V deflect/divert/turnaside/swerve/change direction/deviate/dodge; digress/diverge;

[DECLINO] : avoid/ deviate, swerve/ digress.

[DECLINO] : to turn aside, deflect, turn away.

[DECLINO] : to turn away.

[DECLINO] : to turn aside, deflect, turn away / avoid / deviate, swerve/ digress

[DECLIVE, DECLIVIS] : N slope, declivity; surface sloping downwards; (per decline => downwards);

[DECLIVE] : (-is) a slope, decline.

[DECLIVE] : (-is) a slope, decline

[DECLIVIS, DECLIVIS, DECLIVE] : ADJ sloping, descending, sloping downwards; shelving; tending down; falling (stars);

[DECLIVITAS, DECLIVITATIS] : N declivity, slope, descent; tendence to slope down; falling gradient;

[DECLIVITER, DECLIVIUS, DECLIVISSIME] : ADV in a sloping manner;

[DECLUDO, DECLUDERE, DECLUSI, DECLUSUS] : V unclose;

[DECOCO, DECOCERE, DECOXI, DECOCTUS] : V boil/melt (down/away); stew; (hot bath); heat to boiling; smelt, fuse; cosume;

[DECOCO, DECOCERE, DECOXI, DECOCTUS] : V ruin; (cause to) waste away; shrivel; squander; suffer loss, become bankrupt;

[DECOCTA, DECOCTAE] : N drink made by raising water to boiling then plunging into snow to cool;

[DECOCTIO, DECOCTIONIS] : N decoction; boiling down; mixture;

[DECOCTOR, DECOCTORIS] : N insolvent person, defaulting debtor; ruined spenthrift (l+s);

[DECOCTOR] : a spendthrift, bankrupt, a fool parted from his money

[DECOCTOR] : a spendthrift, bankrupt, a fool parted from his money.

[DECOCTUM, DECOCTI] : N decoction, potion made by boiling; (usu. medicine); medicinal drink (l+s);

[DECOCTUS, DECOCTA -UM, DECOCTIOR -OR -US, DECOCTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ over-ripe (fruit); luscious (literary/rhetoric style); mature/ripe (good sense);

[DECOCTUS, DECOCTUS] : N process of boiling (in); seething (l+s);

[DECOLLATIO, DECOLLATIONIS] : N beheading, decapitation, decollation;

[DECOLLO, DECOLLARE, DECOLLAVI, DECOLLATUS] : V behead, cause to be beheaded; remove from the neck (according to nonius); rob;

[DECOLLO, DECOLLARE, DECOLLAVI, DECOLLATUS] : V trickle/drain away/from/through; drain (of); come to naught, fail (l+s);

[DECOLLO] : (-are) to behead.

[DECOLLO] : (-are) to behead

[DECOLO, DECOLARE, DECOLAVI, DECOLATUS] : V trickle/drain away/from/through; drain (of); come to naught, fail (l+s);

[DECOLO] : (-are) to trickle away

[DECOLOR, (GEN.), DECOLORIS] : ADJ discolored; not normal color; (dark people); stained/faded; degenerate/depraved;

[DECOLOR] : (adj.) pale, without color

[DECOLOR] : (adj.) pale, without color.

[DECOLORATE, DECOLORATIUS, DECOLORATISSIME] : ADV degenerately;

[DECOLORATIO, DECOLORATIONIS] : N discoloration; discoloring; change of color;

[DECOLORATIO] : discoloration

[DECOLORATIO] : discoloration.

[DECOLORO, DECOLORARE, DECOLORAVI, DECOLORATUS] : V discolor/stain/deface, alter normal color of; disgrace, bring shame on; corrupt;

[DECOMPOSITUS, DECOMPOSITA, DECOMPOSITUM] : ADJ formed/derived from a compound word;

[DECONCILIO, DECONCILIARE, DECONCILIAVI, DECONCILIATUS] : V extricate from trouble; deprive of, take away (l+s);

[DECONCTOR, DECONCTARI, -, DECONCTATUS SUM] : V hesitate, delay (over), take one's time;

[DECONDO, DECONDERE, DECONDIDI, DECONDITUS] : V stow away; hide deep down; secrete (by burying) (l+s);

[DECONTOR, DECONTARI, -, DECONTATUS SUM] : V hesitate; be at a loss;

[DECONTRA] : ADV facing; from a position opposite;

[DECOQUO, DECOQUERE, DECOXI, DECOCTUS] : V boil/melt (down/away); stew; (hot bath); heat to boiling; smelt, fuse; cosume;

[DECOQUO, DECOQUERE, DECOXI, DECOCTUS] : V ruin; (cause to) waste away; shrivel; squander; suffer loss, become bankrupt;

[DECOQUO] : (-ere, -coxi, -coctum) to boil down, boil away / (metals) melt away

[DECOQUO] : (-ere, -coxi, -coctum) to waste / become bankrupt

[DECOQUO] : (-ere, -coxi, -coctum) to waste/ become bankrupt.

[DECOQUO] : to boil down, boil away/ (metals) melt away.

[DECOR, (GEN.), DECORIS] : ADJ beautiful; pleasing to the senses;

[DECOR, DECORIS] : N beauty/good looks, decent appearance; ornament; grace/elegance/charm; propriety;

[DECOR] : beauty, grace.

[DECOR] : beauty, grace

[DECORAMEN, DECORAMINIS] : N adornment; ornament, decoration (l+s);

[DECORE] : ADV beautifully, in a pleasing manner; properly/suitably, in correct/seemly manner;

[DECORIO, DECORIARE, DECORIAVI, DECORIATUS] : V skin, peel; deprive of skin or outer coating;

[DECORIS, DECORIS, DECORE] : ADJ beautiful; pleasing to the senses;

[DECORITER] : ADV gracefully, in a pleasing manner;

[DECORO, DECORARE, DECORAVI, DECORATUS] : V adorn/grace, embellish/add beauty to; glorify, honor/add honor to; do credit to;

[DECORO] : beautify, embellish, adorn.

[DECORO] : to grace.

[DECORTICATIO, DECORTICATIONIS] : N act/process of stripping off bark; peeling (l+s);

[DECORTICO, DECORTICARE, DECORTICAVI, DECORTICATUS] : V strip away the bark/rind; peel; scrape off (outer skin);

[DECORUM, DECORI] : N decorum, that which is suitable/seemly, propriety;

[DECORUS, DECORA -UM, DECORIOR -OR -US, DECORISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ beautiful/good looking/handsome/comely; adorned; graceful/elegant (non-visual);

[DECORUS, DECORA -UM, DECORIOR -OR -US, DECORISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ honorable, noble; glorious, decorated; decorous, proper, decent, fitting;

[DECORUS] : beautiful, graceful, charming, proper, fit, becoming

[DECORUS] : beautiful, graceful, charming, proper, fit, becoming.

[DECORUS] : decorated, elegant.

[DECOTES, DECOTIS] : N worn/threadbare toga;

[DECREMENTUM, DECREMENTI] : N shrinkage; dimimution; decrease;

[DECREMO, DECREMARE, DECREMAVI, DECREMATUS] : V burn up; consume by fire;

[DECREPITUS, DECREPITA, DECREPITUM] : ADJ worn out (with age), feeble, decrepit; infirm; very old (l+s); (noiseless);

[DECREPITUS] : infirm, decrepit

[DECREPITUS] : infirm, decrepit.

[DECRESCENTIA, DECRESCENTIAE] : N decrease; waning (l+s);

[DECRESCO, DECRESCERE, DECREVI, DECRETUS] : V decrease; abate; diminish, dwindle, shrink; (in number/amount); be subtracted;

[DECRESCO, DECRESCERE, DECREVI, DECRETUS] : V lose vigor/intensity, decline/weaken/fade influence/reputation; grow storter;

[DECRESCO] : to decrease, grow smaller.

[DECRESCO] : to decrease, grow smaller

[DECRESCO] : to wane.

[DECRETALIS, DECRETALIS, DECRETALE] : ADJ depending for validity on the ruling of a magistrate/judge's decision/decree;

[DECRETARIUS, DECRETARIA, DECRETARIUM] : ADJ appointed by a resolution of the civic authority;

[DECRETIO, DECRETIONIS] : N deision, decree;

[DECRETORIUS, DECRETORIA, DECRETORIUM] : ADJ decisive, critical; leading/belonging to a decision/definitive sentence (l+s);

[DECRETUM, DECRETI] : N dogma, principle, doctrine; idea held w/conviction; course of action, resolve;

[DECRETUM, DECRETI] : N decree, ordinance; decision, vertict, order (judge), sentence; vote;

[DECRETUM] : decree, judgment, edict, order.

[DECRETUM] : decree, judgment, edict, order

[DECRETUM] : ordinance, principle.

[DECRIMINO, DECRIMINARE, DECRIMINAVI, DECRIMINATUS] : V defame;

[DECRUSTO, DECRUSTARE, DECRUSTAVI, DECRUSTATUS] : V peel/split off; disintegrate;

[DECUBO, DECUBARE, DECUBAVI, DECUBATUS] : V get down; (from a bed); lie away from/out of (one's bed) (l+s);

[DECULCO, DECULCARE, DECULCAVI, DECULCATUS] : V tread down, crush with the feet; trample upon (l+s);

[DECULPATUS, DECULPATA, DECULPATUM] : ADJ faulty, blameworthy; censurable (l+s);

[DECULTO, DECULTARE, DECULTAVI, DECULTATUS] : V hide deeply, conceal vigorously;

[DECUMA, DECUMAE] : N tenth part/tithe; (offering/tax/largesse); tax/right to collect 10%; 10th hour;

[DECUMANA, DECUMANAE] : N female/wife of tax-farmer/who buys right to tithe;

[DECUMANUS, DECUMANA, DECUMANUM] : ADJ of the tenth (legion); huge/outsize; of tithe; (w/porta => rear gate of camp);

[DECUMANUS, DECUMANI] : N man of tenth legion; tax-farmer/who buys right to tithe; line bounding 10 actus;

[DECUMATES, (GEN.), DECUMATIS] : ADJ land divided into groups (pl.) of ten districts or the like; relating to tithes;

[DECUMBO, DECUMBERE, DECUMBUI] : V to lie down, recline; take to bed; lie ill, die; fall (in a fight), fall down;

[DECUMBO] : to fall, fall into, lie down

[DECUMBO] : to fall, fall into, lie down.

[DECUMO, DECUMARE, DECUMAVI, DECUMATUS] : V choose by lot every tenth man (for punishment); make tithe offering (to a god);

[DECUMUS, DECUMA, DECUMUM] : NUM tenth; (~ unda/fluctus =] : 10th wave, of great size); (cum decumo => tenfold);

[DECUNCIS, DECUNCIS] : N measure/weight of ten unciae (ten ounces); (ten-twelfths of a unit);

[DECUNCTOR, DECUNCTARI, -, DECUNCTATUS SUM] : V hesitate, delay (over), take one's time;

[DECUNX, DECUNCIS] : N measure/weight of ten unciae (ten ounces); (ten-twelfths of a unit);

[DECUPLATUS, DECUPLATA, DECUPLATUM] : ADJ tenfold;

[DECUPLUS, DECUPLA, DECUPLUM] : ADJ tenfold;

[DECURIA, DECURIAE] : N group/division of ten; class, social club; gang; cavalry squad; ten judges/feet;

[DECURIALIS, DECURIALIS, DECURIALE] : ADJ enrolled in a decuria (club of ten); appropriate to a decuria;

[DECURIALIS, DECURIALIS] : N member of a decuria (club of ten);

[DECURIAT, DECURIATIS] : N dividing into decuriae; (groups of ten);

[DECURIATIM] : ADV by decuriaa (club of ten);

[DECURIATIO, DECURIATIONIS] : N dividing into decuriae; (~ tribulium => voters - for corruption/intimidation);

[DECURIO, DECURIARE, DECURIAVI, DECURIATUS] : V make (cavlary) squads of ten; organize in military fashion; enrol in decuria;

[DECURIO, DECURIONIS] : N member of municipal senate/governing committee of decuria; councillor;

[DECURIO, DECURIONIS] : N decurion, officer commanding a decuria (calvary squad); (also naval); foreman;

[DECURIONALIS, DECURIONALIS, DECURIONALE] : ADJ of/belonging to a (municipal) decurion (member of municipal senate/councillor);

[DECURIONATIS, DECURIONATIS, DECURIONATE] : ADJ office/rank of military/municipal decurio; (squad commander/municipal senator);

[DECURIONUS, DECURIONI] : N decurion, officer commanding a decuria (calvary squad); (also naval); foreman;

[DECURIONUS, DECURIONI] : N member of municipal senate/governing committee of decuria; councillor;

[DECURIS, DECURIS] : N member of municipal senate/governing committee of decuria; councillor;

[DECURRO, DECURRERE, DECURRI, DECURSUS] : V run/hurry/rush/flow/slope down; hasten; travel downstream; come to land/end;

[DECURRO, DECURRERE, DECUCURRI, DECURSUS] : V run/hurry/rush/flow/slope down; hasten; travel downstream; come to land/end;

[DECURRO, DECURRERE, DECUCURRI, DECURSUS] : V run a race (over course); make for; turn (to); exercise/drill/maneuver (army);

[DECURRO, DECURRERE, DECURRI, DECURSUS] : V run a race (over course); make for; turn (to); exercise/drill/maneuver (army);

[DECURRO] : to run down/ manoeuver/ run in a race/ take refuge.

[DECURRO] : to run down / manoeuver / run in a race / take refuge

[DECURRO] : to sail downstream

[DECURRO] : to sail downstream.

[DECURRO] : to sing.

[DECURSIO, DECURSIONIS] : N attack from high ground, decent; raid, inroad; military pageant; flowing down;

[DECURSIO] : (milit.) a charge, manoeuver

[DECURSIO] : (milit.) a charge, manoeuver.

[DECURSUS, DECURSUS] : N running race/course; finish; flow (verse); coming to land; watercourse/channel;

[DECURSUS, DECURSUS] : N decent, downward course/slope/rush/fall/flow; attack/charge downhill; manoeuver;

[DECURSUS] : a running down / charge, manoeuver, attack / completion of a course

[DECURSUS] : a running down/ charge, manoeuver, attack.

[DECURSUS] : downward course.

[DECURTATIO, DECURTATIONIS] : N mutilation;

[DECURTATUS, DECURTATA, DECURTATUM] : ADJ mutilated, deprived of limbs/extremities; cut short; (also of style);

[DECURTO, DECURTARE, DECURTAVI, DECURTATUS] : V cut off/short, curtail; mutilate;

[DECURTO] : to mutilate.

[DECURVATUS, DECURVATA, DECURVATUM] : ADJ bent/curved back;

[DECUS, DECORIS] : N glory/splendor; honor/distinction; deeds; dignity/virtue; decorum; grace/beauty;

[DECUS] : honor, dignity, ornament.

[DECUSATIM] : ADV so as to make an x/produce shape of an x (for ten); crosswise; in form of x;

[DECUSATIO, DECUSATIONIS] : N intersection/crossing (of lines);

[DECUSIS, DECUSIS] : N coin (10 asses); number ten; decade; intersection/cross of two lines, x-mark;

[DECUSSATIM] : ADV so as to make an x/produce shape of an x (for ten); crosswise; in form of x;

[DECUSSATIO, DECUSSATIONIS] : N intersection/crossing (of lines);

[DECUSSIO, DECUSSIONIS] : N rejection; shaking off;

[DECUSSIS, DECUSSIS] : N coin (10 asses); number ten; decade; intersection/cross of two lines, x-mark;

[DECUSSISSEXIS, DECUSSISSEXIS] : N the number sixteen;

[DECUSSO, DECUSSARE, DECUSSAVI, DECUSSATUS] : V arrange crosswise; mark with a cross; divide crosswise (in form of x) (l+s);

[DECUTIO, DECUTERE, DECUSSI, DECUSSUS] : V shake/strike/knock/force down/off/aside (from upright); dislodge; overturn;

[DECUTIO, DECUTIRE,] : V flay, skin; deprive of skin;

[DEDECIT, DEDECERE, DEDECIT] : V be unsuitable/unbecoming to; bring disgrace/dishonor upon; (also 3rd person sg.)

[DEDECOR, (GEN.), DEDECORIS] : ADJ dishonorable, shameful; unseemly, unbecoming (l+s);

[DEDECOR] : unseemly, shameful, disgraceful, dishonorable.

[DEDECORAMENTUM, DEDECORAMENTI] : N source of disgrace; disgrace, dishonor (l+s);

[DEDECORATIO, DEDECORATIONIS] : N disgrace, dishonor;

[DEDECORATOR, DEDECORATORIS] : N reviler; blasphemer; one who dishonors;

[DEDECORO, DEDECORARE, DEDECORAVI, DEDECORATUS] : V disgrace, dishonor; bring discredit/shame on; disfigure;

[DEDECOROSE] : ADV disgracefully; shamefully, dishonorablly;

[DEDECOROSUS, DEDECOROSA -UM, DEDECOROSIOR -OR -US, DEDECOROSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ dishonorable, disgraceful, discreditable;

[DEDECORUS, DEDECORA, DEDECORUM] : ADJ dishonorable/disgraceful/discreditable/shameful; dishonoring; causing disgrace;

[DEDECUS, DEDECORIS] : N shameful/repulsive appearance; blot, blemish (l+s); vicious act, shameful deed;

[DEDECUS, DEDECORIS] : N disgrace/dishonor/discredit/shame/infamy; misbehavior; vice, turpitude (l+s);

[DEDECUS] : disgrace, blemish + gen.

[DEDECUS] : shame, dishonor, disgrace, crime, dishonorable act.

[DEDICATIO, DEDICATIONIS] : N dedication, consecration, ceremonial opening; act/rite conferring sanctity;

[DEDICATIVE] : ADV affirmatively;

[DEDICATIVUS, DEDICATIVA, DEDICATIVUM] : ADJ affirmative;

[DEDICATOR, DEDICATORIS] : N dedicator, one who dedicates; founder, author (l+s);

[DEDICATUS, DEDICATA -UM, DEDICATIOR -OR -US, DEDICATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ devoted; dedicated;

[DEDICO, DEDICARE, DEDICAVI, DEDICATUS] : V declare/proclaim; return (census); dedicate/consecrate; devote/apply/commit (to)

[DEDICO] : to dedicate.

[DEDIGNATIO, DEDIGNATIONIS] : N contempt; feeling of disdain; disdaining, refusal (l+s);

[DEDIGNO, DEDIGNARE, DEDIGNAVI, DEDIGNATUS] : V disdain; refuse (scornfully), reject with scorn, spurn; feel contempt for;

[DEDIGNOR, DEDIGNARI, -, DEDIGNATUS SUM] : V disdain; refuse (scornfully), reject with scorn, spurn; feel contempt for;

[DEDIGNOR] : to scorn.

[DEDISCO, DEDISCERE, DEDIDICI] : V unlearn, forget, put out of one's mind; lose the habit of, forget (how to);

[DEDITICIUS, DEDITICI(I)] : N prisoners of war, captives (the surrendered);

[DEDITICIUS, DEDITICIA, DEDITICIUM] : ADJ surrendered; having surrendered; (later civil status); of surrender/capitulation

[DEDITIO, DEDITIONIS] : N surrender (of combatants/town/possessions); cession of right/title;

[DEDITITIUS, DEDITITI(I)] : N prisoners of war, captives (the surrendered);

[DEDITITIUS, DEDITITIA, DEDITITIUM] : ADJ surrendered; having surrendered; (later civil status); of surrender/capitulation

[DEDITUS, DEDITA -UM, DEDITIOR -OR -US, DEDITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ devoted/attached to, fond of; devoted/directed/given over (to) (activity);

[DEDO, DEDERE, DEDIDI, DEDITUS] : V give up/in, surrender; abandon/consign/devote (to); yield, hand/deliver over;

[DEDO] : to surrender, consign.

[DEDOCEO, DEDOCERE, DEDOCUI, DEDOCTUS] : V cause (person) to unlearn/discard previous teaching; reeducate; teach opposite;

[DEDOLENTIA, DOEDLOENTIAE] : N abandonment of grief, ceasing to lament;

[DEDOLEO, DEDOLERE, DEDOLUI] : V cease to grieve; put an end to one's sorrows;

[DEDOLO, DEDOLARE, DEDOLAVI, DEDOLATUS] : V cut down; hew smooth/away/into shape; beat/cudgel soundly; (of sexual intercours

[DEDOMO, DEDOMARE, DEDOMAVI, DEDOMATUS] : V tame; (of horses);

[DEDUCO, DEDUCERE, DEDUXI, DEDUCTUS] : V launch/bring downstream (ship); remove (force); entice; found/settle (colony);

[DEDUCO, DEDUCERE, DEDUXI, DEDUCTUS] : V lead/draw//pull/bring/stretch down/away/out/off; escort; eject/evict (claimant);

[DEDUCO, DEDUCERE, DEDUXI, DEDUCTUS] : V divert/draw (water); draw (sword); spin; deduct/reduce/lessen; describe; deduc

[DEDUCO] : to escort, bring away.

[DEDUCO] : to lad out colonists, found a colony.

[DEDUCTICIUS, DEDUCTICIA, DEDUCTICIUM] : ADJ colonial, having the status of a settler in a colony;

[DEDUCTIO, DEDUCTIONIS] : N drawing/draining/leading off/away/forth; escorting; transportation, delivery;

[DEDUCTIO, DEDUCTIONIS] : N colonizing/settling; billeting (army); expulsion/ejection; deduction/subtraction

[DEDUCTIVUS, DEDUCTIVA, DEDUCTIVUM] : ADJ deivative;

[DEDUCTOR, DEDUCTORIS] : N escort, one who acts as an escort; guide, teacher (late latin l+s); attendent;

[DEDUCTORIUM, DEDUCTORII] : N drain;

[DEDUCTORIUS, DEDUCTORIA, DEDUCTORIUM] : ADJ of/for drawing/draining off; purgative; aoerient;

[DEDUCTUS, DEDUCTA -UM, DEDUCTIOR -OR -US, DEDUCTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ drawn down; bent in; attenuated/slender, weak, soft (voice); fine-spun (style);

[DEDUCTUS, DEDUCTUS] : N downward pull; drawing/dragging down (l+s);

[DEDUX, (GEN.), DEDUCIS] : ADJ derived; descended;

[DEEBRIATUS, DEEBRIATA, DEEBRIATUM] : ADJ inebriated, drunk; made drunk;

[DEERRO, DEERRARE, DEERRAVI, DEERRATUS] : V go astray, wander off; miss, stray from target/goal; err/make a mistake/go wrong

[DEFAECABILIS, DEFAECABILIS, DEFAECABILE] : ADJ that may be easily cleaned;

[DEFAECATIO, DEFAECATIONIS] : N cleansing, purifying;

[DEFAECATUS, DEFAECATA -UM, DEFAECATIOR -OR -US, DEFAECATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ refined;

[DEFAECO, DEFAECARE, DEFAECAVI, DEFAECATUS] : V strain/clear; cleanse, remove dregs/impurities from; defecate (l+s); set at ease

[DEFAECO] : to cleanse, purify, purge.

[DEFAENERO, DEFAENERARE, DEFAENERAVI, DEFAENERATUS] : V exaust, bring ruin; (by the extortion of usury);

[DEFAMATUS, DEFAMATA -UM, DEFAMATIOR -OR -US, DEFAMATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ infamous, having a bad reputation;

[DEFAMIS, DEFAMIS, DEFAME] : ADJ disgraceful, shameful;

[DEFANATUS, DEFANATA, DEFANATUM] : ADJ profaned, desecrated, unholy;

[DEFARINATUS, DEFARINATA, DEFARINATUM] : ADJ pulverized, reduced to flour;

[DEFATIGATIO, DEFATIGATIONIS] : N weariness, fatigue; physical/mental exaustion; state of being worn out;

[DEFATIGO, DEFATIGARE, DEFATIGAVI, DEFATIGATUS] : V tire (out), exhaust; break force of; (pass) lose heart, weary, be discouraged;

[DEFATISCOR, DEFATISCI, -, DEFASSUS SUM] : V become exhausted/suffer exaustion, grow weary/faint/tired/weak, flag; lose heart

[DEFECABILIS, DEFECABILIS, DEFECABILE] : ADJ that may be easily cleaned;

[DEFECATIO, DEFECATIONIS] : N cleansing, purifying;

[DEFECO, DEFECARE, DEFECAVI, DEFECATUS] : V strain/clear; cleanse, remove dregs/impurities from; defecate (l+s); set at ease

[DEFECTIBILIS, DEFECTIBILIS, DEFECTIBILE] : ADJ failing easily;

[DEFECTIBILITAS, DEFECTIBILITATIS] : N imperfection;

[DEFECTIO, DEFECTIONIS] : N desertion/revolt/defection; failure/deficiency; ellipsis (grammar); eclipse;

[DEFECTIO, DEFECTIONIS] : N weakness/faintness/despondency; swoon/faint, exaustion (l+s); disappearance;

[DEFECTIVUS, DEFECTIVA, DEFECTIVUM] : ADJ defective/imperfect; intermittent (fever); defective/lacking some forms (grammar

[DEFECTOR, DEFECTORIS] : N rebel, renegade; one who revolts (from);

[DEFECTRIX, (GEN.), DEFECTRICIS] : ADJ defective, imperfect; (feminine);

[DEFECTUS, DEFECTA -UM, DEFECTIOR -OR -US, DEFECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ tired, enfeebled, worn out; faulty, defective; reduced in size, smaller;

[DEFECTUS, DEFECTI] : N the weak (pl.);

[DEFECTUS, DEFECTUS] : N failure/lack; absence/disappearance; weakness/failing; defection/revolt;

[DEFECTUS, DEFECTUS] : N diminution/growing less/becoming ineffective, cessation; eclipse; fading (color

[DEFENDITO, DEFENDITARE, DEFENDITAVI, DEFENDITATUS] : V make practice of defending (legal cases); defend often/habitually (contentions);

[DEFENDO, DEFENDERE, DEFENDI, DEFENSUS] : V defend/guard/protect, look after; act/speak/plead/write in defense of; prosecute

[DEFENDO, DEFENDERE, DEFENDI, DEFENSUS] : V repel, fend/ward off, avert/prevent; support/preserve/maintain; defend (right);

[DEFENDO] : to defend, ward off, protect, shelter.

[DEFENDO] : to support.

[DEFENERATUS, DEFENERATA, DEFENERATUM] : ADJ overwhelmed by debt; exausted by usery;

[DEFENERO, DEFENERARE, DEFENERAVI, DEFENERATUS] : V exaust, bring ruin; (by the extortion of usury);

[DEFENERO, DEFENERARE, DEFENERAVI, DEFENERATUS] : V involve in debt;

[DEFENSA, DEFENSAE] : N defense;

[DEFENSABILIS, DEFENSABILIS, DEFENSABILE] : ADJ defensible;

[DEFENSABILITER] : defensibly.

[DEFENSATOR, DEFENSATORIS] : N defender;

[DEFENSATRIX, DEFENSATRICIS] : N defender (female), she who defends;

[DEFENSIBILIS, DEFENSIBILIS, DEFENSIBILE] : ADJ easily defendes;

[DEFENSIBILITER] : ADV defensibly;

[DEFENSIO, DEFENSIONIS] : N defense/protection; act of defending; argument/justification in defense, excuse;

[DEFENSIO, DEFENSIONIS] : N legal maintenance of a right; legal prosecution, punishment;

[DEFENSO, DEFENSARE, DEFENSAVI, DEFENSATUS] : V defend/guard/protect against; act in defense against; ward off; avert constantly

[DEFENSO] : to defend diligently.

[DEFENSOR, DEFENSORIS] : N defender/protector; supporter/champion/apologist; defendant; defense advocate;

[DEFENSOR] : supporter, defender.

[DEFENSORIUS, DEFENSORIA, DEFENSORIUM] : ADJ defense, pertaining to defense;

[DEFENSTRIX, DEFENSTRICIS] : N defender/protector (female); supporter/apologist; defendant; defense advocate;

[DEFERO, DEFERRE, DETULI, DELATUS] : V flow/carry/run down (to sea); pay/remit (money); deposit, record/register; bea

[DEFERO, DEFERRE, DETULI, DELATUS] : V carry/bring/sink/fall down/off; convey/deliver/transfer; reduce/slope (down to);

[DEFERO, DEFERRE, DETULI, DELATUS] : V bring/lodge information (about), report; indict, accuse, denounce; defer (to);

[DEFERO, DEFERRE, DETULI, DELATUS] : V offer; bestow upon, confer/award/grant, entrust; submit, refer for decision;

[DEFERO] : to carry, to bear, to bring.

[DEFERO] : to carry, to bear, to bring

[DEFERO] : to hand over, carry down, communicate, offer, refer.

[DEFERVEFACIO, DEFERVEFACERE, DEFERVEFECI, DEFERVEFACTUS] : V boil thoroughly (liquids or solids); iseeth, cause to biol (l+s);

[DEFERVEFACTUS, DEFERVEFACTA, DEFERVEFACTUM] : ADJ heated;

[DEFERVEO, DEFERVERE, DEFERBUI] : V go through or cease a process of heating/fermentation; rage furiously;

[DEFERVEO, DEFERVERE, DEFERBUI] : V boil thoroughly; ferment completely (wine); effervesce (lime); subside;

[DEFERVESCO, DEFERVESCERE, DEFERVUI] : V come to full boil; cease boiling, cool off (fermentation); calm down, subside;

[DEFERVESCO, DEFERVESCERE, DEFERVI] : V come to full boil; cease boiling, cool off (fermentation); calm down, subside;

[DEFERVESCO, DEFERVESCERE, DEFERBUI] : V come to full boil; cease boiling, cool off (fermentation); calm down, subside;

[DEFESSUS, DEFESSA, DEFESSUM] : ADJ worn out, weary, exhausted, tired; weakened (l+s);

[DEFESSUS] : weary, tired.

[DEFETIGATIO, DEFETIGATIONIS] : N weariness, fatigue; physical/mental exaustion; state of being worn out;

[DEFETIGO, DEFETIGARE, DEFETIGAVI, DEFETIGATUS] : V tire (out), exhaust; break force of; (pass) lose heart, weary, be discouraged;

[DEFETISCENTIA, DEFETISCENTIAE] : N weariness;

[DEFETISCOR (DEFESSUS)] : to grow tired, weary.,

[DEFETISCOR (DEFESSUS)] : to grow tired, weary.,.

[DEFETISCOR, DEFETISCI, -, DEFESSUS SUM] : V become exhausted/suffer exaustion, grow weary/faint/tired/weak, flag; lose heart

[DEFICIENTIA, DEFICIENTIAE] : N want, wanting;

[DEFICIO, DEFICERE, DEFECI, DEFECTUS] : V pass away; become extinct, die/fade out; subside/sink; suffer eclipse, wane;

[DEFICIO, DEFICERE, DEFECI, DEFECTUS] : V fail/falter; run short/out; grow weak/faint; come to end; revolt/rebel, defect;

[DEFICIO, DEFICERE, DEFECI, DEFECTUS] : V (pass) be left without/wanting, lack; have shortcomings; come to nothing (legal

[DEFICIO, DEFICERE, DEFECI, DEFECTUS] : V fail, disappoint, let down; leave without a sufficiency; cease to be available;

[DEFICIO] : (defectum) to fail, to weaken, to be in want.

[DEFICIO] : to to be wanting, to run out, fail, withdraw.

[DEFICIO] : weaken, to be in want.

[DEFICO, DEFICARE, DEFICAVI, DEFICATUS] : V strain/clear; cleanse, remove dregs/impurities from; defecate (l+s); set at ease

[DEFICO, DEFICARE, DEFICAVI, DEFICATUS] : V deify, make one a god;

[DEFIGO, DEFIGERE, DEFIXI, DEFIXUS] : V sink/bury/stick/thrust (weapon); fasten, fix, plant, embed; attach/affix;

[DEFIGO, DEFIGERE, DEFIXI, DEFIXUS] : V declare firmly/unalterably; bewitch/enchant/curse (stick pin in wax);

[DEFIGO, DEFIGERE, DEFIXI, DEFIXUS] : V focus (thoughts/eyes); dumbfound, astonish/stupefy, fix w/glance; censure;

[DEFIGO] : fasten down, secure, fix firmly/ concentrate, fix upon.

[DEFIGURSTUS, DEFIGURSTA, DEFIGURSTUM] : ADJ declined; derived;

[DEFINDO, DEFINDERE, DEFIDI, DEFISSUS] : V split down the whole length;

[DEFINGO, DEFINGERE, DEFINXI, DEFICTUS] : V mold into shape; fashion, form (l+s);

[DEFINGO] : to fasten.

[DEFINIENTER] : ADV distinctly;

[DEFINIO, DEFINIRE, DEFINIVI, DEFINITUS] : V define/bound/fix/limit/mark; restrict/confine; assign, ordain; lay down (rule);

[DEFINIO, DEFINIRE, DEFINIVI, DEFINITUS] : V finish off/put an end/end the life; determine, settle; specify, sum up; assert;

[DEFINITE] : ADV precisely, definitely, distinctly, clearly; expressly, in particular instances;

[DEFINITIO, DEFINITIONIS] : N boundry, limit (l+s); limiting; explanation; that which is decreed/decided;

[DEFINITIO, DEFINITIONIS] : N definition, precise description; specification; fixing/marking a boundry;

[DEFINITIO, DEFINITIONIS] : N classification; pronouncement, ruling; argument based on definition of term;

[DEFINITIVE] : ADV definitively, plainly, distinctly;

[DEFINITIVUS, DEFINITIVA, DEFINITIVUM] : ADJ definitive, explanatory; involving definition; definite, distinct, plain (l+s);

[DEFINITOR, DEFINITORIS] : N he who makes (grammatical) pronouncement/ruling; who determines/settles/appoints

[DEFINITUS, DEFINITA, DEFINITUM] : ADJ definite/precise/limited/finite; limited in number; concerned with particulars;

[DEFINXU OBTUTU] : to one's gaze fixed and frozen.

[DEFIO, DEFIERI, -, DEFACTUS SUM] : V be lacking; be in short supply; run short; grow less, subside;

[DEFIOCULUS, DEFIOCULI] : N one-eye, he who lacks an eye; (used humorously);

[DEFIXIO, DEFIXIONIS] : N enchantment;

[DEFIXUS, DEFIXA, DEFIXUM] : ADJ motionless, still;

[DEFLAGLO, DEFLAGLARE, DEFLAGLAVI, DEFLAGLATUS] : V burn down/up/destroy by fire/utterly; parch (sun); die down/abate, burn out;

[DEFLAGLO, DEFLAGLARE, DEFLAGLAVI, DEFLAGLATUS] : V be burnt down/destroyed by fire; perish; be (emotionally/physically) burnt out;

[DEFLAGRATIO, DEFLAGRATIONIS] : N destruction by fire; conflagration (l+s); consuming by fire; distruction;

[DEFLAGRO, DEFLAGRARE, DEFLAGRAVI, DEFLAGRATUS] : V be burnt down/destroyed by fire; perish; be (emotionally/physically) burnt out;

[DEFLAGRO, DEFLAGRARE, DEFLAGRAVI, DEFLAGRATUS] : V burn down/up/destroy by fire/utterly; parch (sun); die down/abate, burn out;

[DEFLAMMO, DEFLAMMARE, DEFLAMMAVI, DEFLAMMATUS] : V extinguish, put out (the flame of); deprive of flame (l+s);

[DEFLECTO, DEFLECTERE, DEFLEXI, DEFLEXUS] : V divert, distract; turn one's eyes; modify/twist (words/ideas); round (a point);

[DEFLECTO, DEFLECTERE, DEFLEXI, DEFLEXUS] : V bend/turn aside/off; diviate/change one's course; digress (speech); alter pitch;

[DEFLECTO, DEFLECTERE, DEFLEXI, DEFLEXUS] : V bend downwards; bend (a bow); turn (aside), change course/direction of; deflect;

[DEFLEO, DEFLERE, DEFLEVI, DEFLETUS] : V weep (abundently) for; mourn loss of; express/feel sorrow about; lamenti/bewail;

[DEFLEO, DEFLERE, DEFLEVI, DEFLETUS] : V cry bitterly; give oneself up to tears; weep much/violently/to exaustion (l+s);

[DEFLEO] : to bewail, weep for.

[DEFLEO] : to bewail.

[DEFLETIO, DEFLETIONIS] : N violent weeping;

[DEFLEXIO, DEFLEXIONIS] : N turning/bending aside, deflection;

[DEFLEXUS, DEFLEXUS] : N bend (in a line); deviation (behavior); transition; bending/turning aside (l+s);

[DEFLO, DEFLARE, DEFLAVI, DEFLATUS] : V blow away, blow on (for purpose of cleansing); brush/blow aside/off;

[DEFLOCCATUS, DEFLOCCATA, DEFLOCCATUM] : ADJ bald; shorn of locks;

[DEFLOCCO, DEFLOCCARE, DEFLOCCAVI, DEFLOCCATUS] : V rub the nap of (cloth); strip of possessions, fleece;

[DEFLORATIO, DEFLORATIONIS] : N plucking of flowers; deflowering/dishonoring (of a virgin);

[DEFLOREO, DEFLORERE, DEFLORUI] : V drop/shed blossoms/petals (before bearing fruit);

[DEFLORESCO, DEFLORESCERE, DEFLORUI] : V drop/shed blossoms/petals (before bearing fruit); fade, wither, decay, decline;

[DEFLORIO, DEFLORERE,] : V cease to florish; drop/shed blossoms/petals (before bearing fruit)?;

[DEFLORO, DEFLORARE, DEFLORAVI, DEFLORATUS] : V pluck flowers; deflower/dishonor/ravish/seduce (virgin); cull/excerpt;

[DEFLUO, DEFLUERE, DEFLUXI, DEFLUXUS] : V flow/glide/run down; decend/fall; flow/stream away; float/swim/row downstream;

[DEFLUO, DEFLUERE, DEFLUXI, DEFLUXUS] : V flow/drain/die/melt/slip away, fade/disappear; originate/stem, be derived from;

[DEFLUO] : to flow away, disappear, be lost.

[DEFLUO] : to flow down, waste, disappear.

[DEFLUUS, DEFLUA, DEFLUUM] : ADJ flowing/moving down; travelling downstream; emitting a flow (of a container);

[DEFLUVIUM, DEFLUVII] : N loss by flowing or falling away; flowing down/off (l+s); falling off/out;

[DEFLUXIO, DEFLUXIONIS] : N flowing off; discharge; diarrhea;

[DEFLUXUS, DEFLUXUS] : N downward flow or falling (of liquids); flowing/running off (l+s);

[DEFODIO, DEFODERE, DEFODI, DEFOSSUS] : V make fast/set up in ground (part burying); embed; hide; dig up; excavate; dig;

[DEFODIO, DEFODERE, DEFODI, DEFOSSUS] : V bury; put/send/cause to go underground; dig down/deep/into soil; plant/insert;

[DEFOEDO, DEFOEDARE, DEFOEDAVI, DEFOEDATUS] : V defile;

[DEFORIS] : ADV outside, from outside; out of doors; abroad;

[DEFORMATIO, DEFORMATIONIS] : N design; configuration; figure, representation; disfigurement;

[DEFORMATIO, DEFORMATIONIS] : N representation; delineation; deforming, disfiguring, defacing;

[DEFORME, DEFORMIS] : N disgrace; shameful thing/deed;

[DEFORMIS, DEFORME, DEFORMIOR -OR -US, DEFORMISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ inappropriate/unseemly/offending good taste; shapeless/lacking definite shape;

[DEFORMIS, DEFORME, DEFORMIOR -OR -US, DEFORMISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ deformed/illformed/misshapen/disfigured; shameful/degrading/base; ugly/loathsome

[DEFORMITAS, DEFORMITATIS] : N inelegance, impropriety, lack of good taste (speach/writing); shapelessness;

[DEFORMITAS, DEFORMITATIS] : N ugliness, deformity, blemish, disfigurement; disrepair; disgrace, degradation;

[DEFORMITER] : ADV hideously; shamefully; unbecomingly; in an ugly/disgraceful/inelegant manner;

[DEFORMO, DEFORMARE, DEFORMAVI, DEFORMATUS] : V transform (into something less beautiful); lay out, arrange (plan of action);

[DEFORMO, DEFORMARE, DEFORMAVI, DEFORMATUS] : V disfigure, spoil, impair; (appearence); discredit, disgrace, bring shame on;

[DEFORMO, DEFORMARE, DEFORMAVI, DEFORMATUS] : V design/shape/fashion/model; outline; describe, sketch in words, delineate;

[DEFORMUS, DEFORMA -UM, DEFORMIOR -OR -US, DEFORMISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ deformed/illformed/misshapen/disfigured; shameful/degrading/base; ugly/loathsome

[DEFORMUS, DEFORMA -UM, DEFORMIOR -OR -US, DEFORMISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ inappropriate/unseemly/offending good taste; shapeless/lacking definite shape;

[DEFOSSUM, DEFOSSI] : N underground chamber, place dug out;

[DEFOSSUS, DEFOSSUS] : N digging deeply;

[DEFRAUDATIO, DEFRAUDATIONIS] : N deficiency; defrauding;

[DEFRAUDATOR, DEFRAUDATORIS] : N defrauder, one who defrauds;

[DEFRAUDATRIX, DEFRAUDATRICIS] : N defrauder (female), she who defrauds;

[DEFRAUDO, DEFRAUDARE, DEFRAUDAVI, DEFRAUDATUS] : V cheat, defraud, deceive; rob (of); (w/se => deny oneself, self-sacrifice);

[DEFREMO, DEFREMERE, DEFREMUI, DEFREMITUS] : V quiet down, finish/end making noise; (public indignation); cease raging/roaring;

[DEFRENATUS, DEFRENATA, DEFRENATUM] : ADJ unbridled, unrestrained;

[DEFRETUM, DEFRETI] : N grape juice (new wine) boiled down into a syrup;

[DEFRICATE] : ADV sharply, keenly; (of speech); with biting scarcasm (l+s);

[DEFRICATIO, DEFRACTIONIS] : N rubbing;

[DEFRICO, DEFRICARE, DEFRICUI, DEFRICTUS] : V rub hard/thoroughly; (ointment); rub down (person/beast); scour/rub off (vessel)

[DEFRICO, DEFRICARE, DEFRICUI, DEFRICATUS] : V rub hard/thoroughly; (ointment); rub down (person/beast); scour/rub off (vessel)

[DEFRIGESCO, DEFRIGESCERE, DEFRIXI, US] : V cool off; grow cold (l+s);

[DEFRINGO, DEFRINGERE, DEFRENGI, DEFRACTUS] : V break off; remove by breaking; break to pieces (l+s); destroy;

[DEFRUDO, DEFRUDARE, DEFRUDAVI, DEFRUDATUS] : V cheat, defraud, deceive; rob (of); (w/se => deny oneself, self-sacrifice);

[DEFRUGO, DEFRUGARE, DEFRUGAVI, DEFRUGATUS] : V rob of grain; sow too little grain;

[DEFRUOR, DEFRUI,] : V use up; consume by enjoying;

[DEFRUSTO, DEFRUSTARE, DEFRUSTAVI, DEFRUSTATUS] : V divide into pieces, dismember;

[DEFRUSTROR, DEFRUSTRARI, -, DEFRUSTRATUS SUM] : V foil/thwart completely/thoroughly;

[DEFRUTARIUM, DEFRUTARII] : N cauldron used for making defrutum (boiled down grape juice);

[DEFRUTARIUS, DEFRUTARIA, DEFRUTARIUM] : ADJ used for making defrutum (boiled down grape juice); of defrutum (l+s);

[DEFRUTO, DEFRUTARE, DEFRUTAVI, DEFRUTATUS] : V boil down (grape juice) into defrutum/syrup;

[DEFRUTUM, DEFRUTI] : N grape juice (must/new wine) boiled down into a syrup;

[DEFUGA, DEFUGAE] : N runaway; deserter;

[DEFUGIO, DEFUGERE, DEFUGI] : V flee, escape, run/move away (from), make one's escape from; avoid (strongly);

[DEFUGIO, DEFUGERE, DEFUGI] : V escape from/make one's escape (flight); keep clear of (responsibility/liability)

[DEFUGO, DEFUGARE, DEFUGAVI, DEFUGATUS] : V drive away; remove;

[DEFULGURO, DEFULGURARE, DEFULGURAVI, DEFULGURATUS] : V flash away;

[DEFUNCTA, DEFUNCTAE] : N dead person (female);

[DEFUNCTA] : deceased.

[DEFUNCTIO, DEFUNCTIONIS] : N execution, performance; death;

[DEFUNCTORIE] : ADV perfunctorily, cursorily; in a spirit which acts for form's sake only;

[DEFUNCTORIUS, DEFUNCTORIA, DEFUNCTORIUM] : ADJ perfunctory; routine; quickly dispatched (l+s); slight, cursory;

[DEFUNCTUM, DEFUNCTI] : N things (pl.) which are dead and gone;

[DEFUNCTUS, DEFUNCTA, DEFUNCTUM] : ADJ dead, deceased; defunct;

[DEFUNCTUS, DEFUNCTI] : N dead person; (usu. male); the dead (pl.) (l+s);

[DEFUNCTUS, DEFUNCTUS] : N death;

[DEFUNDO, DEFUNDERE, DEFUDI, DEFUSUS] : V pour out/away/off/down; discharge; shed; empty/pour out (vessel); wet by pouring

[DEFUNGO] : to discharge one's duties, quit, retire, die, finish.

[DEFUNGO] : to discharge one's duties, quit, retire, die, finish

[DEFUNGOR, DEFUNGI, -, DEFUNCTUS SUM] : V have done with (w/abl), finish, bring/come to end, be quit/done/rid of; discharg

[DEFUNGOR, DEFUNGI, -, DEFUNCTUS SUM] : V settle a case (for so much); make do; discharge; die; (perf) to have died;

[DEFUNGOR] : to pass away.

[DEFUSIO, DEFUSIONIS] : N pouring out (of a liquid); (into vessels l+s);

[DEFUTUTUS, DEFUTUTA, DEFUTUTUM] : ADJ worn out by excessive sexual intercourse; exausted by sensuality (l+s);

[DEGENER, (GEN.), DEGENERIS] : ADJ low-born, of/belonging to inferior stock/breed/variety; soft/weak; softened;

[DEGENER, (GEN.), DEGENERIS] : ADJ degenerate/base; inferior to ancestors; ignoble, unworthy, untrue, contemptible;

[DEGENERO, DEGENERARE, DEGENERAVI, DEGENERATUS] : V be unworthy (of), fall short of the standard set by; cause deterioration in;

[DEGENERO, DEGENERARE, DEGENERAVI, DEGENERATUS] : V sink (to); fall away from/below the level; degenerate/revert (breeding);

[DEGENERO, DEGENERARE, DEGENERAVI, DEGENERATUS] : V be inferior to ancestors/unworthy; deteriorate/decline; lower oneself;

[DEGENERO] : to be unlike one's kind, fall off, degenerate.

[DEGENERO] : to cause to degenerate, disgrace by degeneracy.

[DEGERO, DEGERERE, DEGESSI, DEGESTUS] : V remove; carry off/away (to a destination);

[DEGERO] : to pass time, live.

[DEGLABRO, DEGLABRARE, DEGLABRAVI, DEGLABRATUS] : V make smooth; (remove bark from trees/logs); smooth off (l+s);

[DEGLUBO, DEGLUBERE, DEGLUPSI, DEGLUPTUS] : V skin, flay; strip (w/abl) (of a coating); peel/skin/husk (l+s);

[DEGLUTINO, DEGLUTINARE, DEGLUTINAVI, DEGLUTINATUS] : V unglue; separate by moistening (l+s);

[DEGLUTIO, DEGLUTIRE, DEGLUTIVI, DEGLUTITUS] : V swallow down; overwhelm, abolish (l+s);

[DEGLUTTIO, DEGLUTTIRE, DEGLUTTIVI, DEGLUTTITUS] : V swallow down; overwhelm, abolish (l+s);

[DEGO, DEGERE, DEGI] : V spend/pass (time); spend/bide one's time in; carry on, wage; conduct away?;

[DEGO, DEGERE, DEGI] : V spend/bide one's time in; wait; remain alive, live on, endure; continue;

[DEGRANDINAT, DEGRANDINARE, DEGRANDINIT] : V it goes on hailing; it hails violently, or (perhaps) it ceases to hail (cas);

[DEGRASSOR, DEGRASSARI, -, DEGRASSATUS SUM] : V sink (w/acc); descend upon; rush down (l+s); attack fiercely; revile;

[DEGRAVO, DEGRAVARE, -, DEGRAVATUS] : V weigh/press/drag down; rest heavily on; overpower, overwhelm; burden;

[DEGREDIOR, DEGREDI, -, DEGRESSUS SUM] : V march/go/come/flow down, descend; dismount; move off/depart; turn aside/deviate;

[DEGRUMO, DEGRUMARE, DEGRUMAVI, DEGRUMATUS] : V lay out with a surveying instrument, survey;

[DEGRUMOR, DEGRUMARI, -, DEGRUMATUS SUM] : V straighten; level off;

[DEGRUNNIO, DEGRUNNIRE,] : V give a performance of grunting; grunt hard (l+s);

[DEGULATOR, DEGULATORIS] : N glutton; one who devours;

[DEGULO, DEGULARE, DEGULAVI, DEGULATUS] : V devour, swallow down; consume (l+s);

[DEGUNO, DEGUNARE,] : V taste; taste/try/eat/drink a little of; glance at; graze; sip; test; judge;

[DEGUNO, DEGUNERE,] : V taste;

[DEGUSTATIO, DEGUSTATIONIS] : N act of tasting; a tasting (l+s);

[DEGUSTO, DEGUSTARE, DEGUSTAVI, DEGUSTATUS] : V taste; taste/try/eat/drink a little of; glance at; graze; sip; test; judge;

[DEGUSTO] : to taste.

[DEHABEO, HEHABERE, DEHABUI, DEHABITUS] : V lack, not to have;

[DEHAURIO, DEHAURIRE, DEHAUSI, DEHAUSTUS] : V drain off; skim off (l+s); (late) swallow, swallow down;

[DEHIBEO, DEHIBERE, DEHIBUI, DEHIBITUS] : V owe; be indebted/responsible for/obliged/bound/destined; ought, must, should;

[DEHINC] : ADV hereafter, henceforth, from here/now on; afterwards; for/in the future, next;

[DEHINC] : ADV then, after that, thereupon; at a later stage; for the rest; next (in order);

[DEHINC] : adv. while, from here, from now, henceforth; then, next

[DEHINC] : thereupon, immediately after, henceforth, from this point on.

[DEHISCO, DEHISCERE, DEHIVI] : V gape/yawn/split open; part/divide, develop/leave a gap/leak; be/become apart;

[DEHONESTAMENTUM, DEHONESTAMENTI] : N source/act inflicting disgrace/dishonor; degradation; disfigurement, blimish;

[DEHONESTATIO, DEHONESTATIONIS] : N disgrace, dishonor;

[DEHONESTO, DEHONESTARE, DEHONESTAVI, DEHONESTATUS] : V dishonor, discredit, disgrace; disparage (l+s);

[DEHONESTUS, DEHONESTA, DEHONESTUM] : ADJ vulgar, low-class; unbecoming, improper (l+s);

[DEHONORO, DEHONORARE, DEHONORAVI, DEHONORATUS] : V dishonor;

[DEHORIO, DEHORIRE,] : V drain off; skim off (l+s); (late) swallow, swallow down;

[DEHORTATIO, DEHARTATIONIS] : N dissuading;

[DEHORTATIVUS, DEHORTATIVA, DEHORTATIVUM] : ADJ fit for dissuading, likely to dissuade;

[DEHORTATORIUS, DEHORTATORIA, DEHORTATORIUM] : ADJ dissuadive, dehortatory;

[DEHORTOR, DEHORTARI, -, DEHORTATUS SUM] : V dissuade; advise (person) against an action; deter, have restraining influence;

[DEICIDA, DEICIDAE] : N killer/slayer of god; (judas);

[DEICIO, DEICERE, DEJECI, DEJECTUS] : V throw/pour/jump/send/put/push/force/knock/bring down; cause to fall/drop; (hang)

[DEICIO, DEICERE, DEJECI, DEJECTUS] : V overthrow, bring down, depose; kill, destroy; shoot/strike down; fell (victim);

[DEICIO, DEICERE, DEJECI, DEJECTUS] : V unhorse; let fall; shed; purge/evacuate (bowel); dislodge/rout; drive/throw ou

[DEIFERUS, DEIFERA, DEIFERUM] : ADJ bearing a god in one's self;

[DEIN] : ADV then/next/afterward; thereon/henceforth/from there/then; in next position/place;

[DEINCEPS, (GEN.), DEINCIPITIS] : ADJ following, next in succession;

[DEINCEPS, (GEN.), DEINCIPIS] : ADJ following, next in succession;

[DEINCEPS] : ADV hereafter; thereafter;

[DEINCEPS] : ADV in order/succession/turn; one after/beside another, successively; etc; very next

[DEINDE] : ADV then/next/afterward; thereon/henceforth/from there/then; in next position/place;

[DEINDE] : adv. from there; then, afterwards; secondly, next (in order), in the second (next) place

[DEINDE] : next, then, thereafter, from that place.

[DEINSUPER] : ADV from above;

[DEINTEGRO, DEINTEGRARE, DEINTEGRAVI, DEINTEGRATUS] : V impair; deprive of integrity; destroy (l+s);

[DEINTUS] : ADV from within;

[DEIPARA, DEIPARAE] : N she who gives birth to god; (mary);

[DEISATUS, DEISATA, DEISATUM] : ADJ having a divine ancestor, of divine lineage; decended from a god;

[DEITAS, DEITATIS] : N diety; devine nature;

[DEIUNGO] : to disconnect.

[DEJECTE, DEJECTIUS, DEJECTISSIME] : ADV low;

[DEJECTIO, DEJECTIONIS] : N ejection (from land); purging bowels; diarrhea; degradation; casting out/down;

[DEJECTIUNCULA, DEJECTIUNCULAE] : N slight attack of diarrhea; slight purging (l+s);

[DEJECTO, DEJECTARE, DEJECTAVI, DEJECTATUS] : V hurl down violently; (intensive verb);

[DEJECTOR, DEJECTORIS] : N one who throws/casts (things) down;

[DEJECTUS, DEJECTA, DEJECTUM] : ADJ downcast/dismayed/subdued/dejected; drooping/hanging/sunk/cast down; low (lying)

[DEJECTUS, DEJECTUS] : N slope, sloping surface, declivity; act of throwing/causing to fall/felling;

[DEJERATIO, DEJERATIONIS] : N oath;

[DEJERO, DEJERARE, DEJERAVI, DEJERATUS] : V swear, take an oath;

[DEJICIO, DEJICERE, DEJECI, DEJECTUS] : V unhorse; let fall; shed; purge/evacuate (bowel); dislodge/rout; drive/throw ou

[DEJICIO, DEJICERE, DEJECI, DEJECTUS] : V overthrow, bring down, depose; kill, destroy; shoot/strike down; fell (victim);

[DEJICIO, DEJICERE, DEJECI, DEJECTUS] : V throw/pour/jump/send/put/push/force/knock/bring down; cause to fall/drop; (hang)

[DEJUDICO, DEJUDICARE, DEJUDICAVI, DEJUDICATUS] : V give final judgement on (a question);

[DEJUGIS, DEJUGIS, DEJUGE] : ADJ sloping;

[DEJUGO, DEJUGARE, DEJUGAVI, DEJUGATUS] : V disconnect; disunite; separate (l+s); sever;

[DEJUNCTUS, DEJUNCTA, DEJUNCTUM] : ADJ disconnected, lacking a common term; (grammar);

[DEJUNGO, DEJUNGERE, DEJUNXI, DEJUNCTUS] : V separate, unyoke; release (from activity);

[DEJURATIO, DEJURATIONIS] : N oath;

[DEJURIUM, DEJURII] : N oath;

[DEJURO, DEJURARE, DEJURAVI, DEJURATUS] : V swear, take an oath;

[DEJUVO, DEJUVARE, DEJUVAVI, DEJUVATUS] : V withold assistance; leave off helping;

[DELABOR, DELABI, -, DELAPSUS SUM] : V drop, descend; sink; fall/fail/lose strength; flow down; be carried downstream;

[DELABOR, DELABI, -, DELAPSUS SUM] : V slip/fall/glide/fly/flow down; fall freely/out of control/prostrate; slip into;

[DELABOR] : (labi, lapsus) to sink, fall down/ come from, be derived from.

[DELABORO, DELABORARE, DELABORAVI, DELABORATUS] : V work hard; overwork (l+s);

[DELACERO, DELACERARE, DELACERAVI, DELACERATUS] : V tear to shreads/pieces; destroy, frustrate (l+s);

[DELACHRIMATORIUS, DELACHRIMATORIA, DELACHRIMATORIUM] : ADJ producing watering/running of the eyes; for/belonging to weeping (l+s);

[DELACRIMATIO, DELACRIMATIONIS] : N watering/tearing/weeping/running of the eyes; (as symptom of disease l+s);

[DELACRIMATORIUS, DELACRIMATORIA, DELACRIMATORIUM] : ADJ producing watering/running of the eyes; for/belonging to weeping (l+s);

[DELACRIMO, DELACRIMARE, DELACRIMAVI, DELACRIMATUS] : V shed tears; leek sap (trees); weep (l+s);

[DELACRUMO, DELACRUMARE, DELACRUMAVI, DELACRUMATUS] : V shed tears; leek sap (trees); weep (l+s);

[DELAEVO, DELAEVARE, DELAEVAVI, DELAEVATUS] : V smooth down/off; make smooth (l+s);

[DELAMBO, DELAMBERE, DELAMBI] : V lick all over; lick off (l+s); lick;

[DELAMENTOR, DELAMENTARI, -, DELAMENTATUS SUM] : V give oneself up to mourning for; lament, bewail (l+s);

[DELAPIDO, DELAPIDARE, DELAPIDAVI, DELAPIDATUS] : V pave over/lay with stones; remove stones from; clear from stones (l+s);

[DELAPSUS, DELAPSUS] : N outfall (for drainage); flowing off, discharge (l+s); falling off, decent;

[DELASSABILIS, DELASSABILIS, DELASSABILE] : ADJ capable of fatigue; that can be worn/wearied out (l+s);

[DELASSO, DELASSARE, DELASSAVI, DELASSATUS] : V tire out, weary, exaust; exaust by experiencing;

[DELATIO, DELATIONIS] : N accusation/denunciation; laying charge; indicting; informing; offering an oath;

[DELATOR, DELATORIS] : N informer, who gives information/reports; accuser/denouncer/who accuses of crime;

[DELATORIUS, DELATORIA, DELATORIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to an informer; tell-tale; denunciatory (l+s);

[DELATURA, DELATURAE] : N accusation, denunciation; information (about someone);

[DELAVO, DELAVARE, DELAVI, DELOTUS] : V wash off; wash clean;

[DELEBILIS, DELEBILIS, DELEBILE] : ADJ capable of/subceptible to being obliterated/blotted out/destroyed; effacable;

[DELECTABILIS, DELECTABILE, DELECTABILIOR -OR -US, DELECTABILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ enjoyable, delectable, delightful, agreeable; delicious (taste) (old);

[DELECTABILIS] : delightful.

[DELECTABILITER, DELECTABILIUS, DELECTABILISSIME] : ADV delightfully;

[DELECTAMENTUM, DELECTAMENTI] : N delight, amusement; instrument/cause of delight/amusement/enjoyment;

[DELECTATIO, DELECTATIONIS] : N straining/effort/tenesmus; inclination/futile straining to void bowels/bladder;

[DELECTATIO, DELECTATIONIS] : N conferring/gaining delight; (source of) delight/pleasure/enjoyment/amusement;

[DELECTATIO] : delight, pleasure, enjoyment.

[DELECTATIO] : delight.

[DELECTATIUNCULA, DELECTATIUNCULAE] : N little/trifling pleasure; petty delight (l+s);

[DELECTIO, DELECTIONIS] : N choice; choosing;

[DELECTO, DELECTARE, DELECTAVI, DELECTATUS] : V delight, please, amuse, facinate; charm, lure, entice; be a source of delight;

[DELECTO, DELECTARE, DELECTAVI, DELECTATUS] : V (pass) be delighted/glad, take pleasure; (w/inf) enjoy (being/doing);

[DELECTO] : to attract, delight/ (pass + abl) take delight in.

[DELECTO] : to delight in/ to love.

[DELECTOR, DELECTARI, -, DELECTATUS SUM] : V delight, please, amuse, facinate; charm, lure, entice; be a source of delight;

[DELECTOR, DELECTARI, -, DELECTATUS SUM] : V (pass) be delighted/glad, take pleasure; (w/inf) enjoy (being/doing);

[DELECTOR, DELECTORIS] : N one who draws out/selects/levies/recruits;

[DELECTUS, DELECTA, DELECTUM] : ADJ picked, chosen, select; (for attaining high standard);

[DELECTUS, DELECTI] : N picked men (pl.), advisory staff; the pick (of w/gen); the elite;

[DELECTUS, DELECTUS] : N selection/choosing; choice (between posibilities), discrimination/distinction;

[DELECTUS, DELECTUS] : N levy/draft/conscription; enlistment, recruiting, mustering; levy/men enrolled;

[DELEGATIO, DELEGATIONIS] : N assignment/delegation to third party of creditor's interest/debtor's liability;

[DELEGATOR, DELEGATORIS] : N assignor, one who makes an assignment/delegation (of obligation to another);

[DELEGATUS, DELEGATUS] : N assignment/delegation to third party of creditor's interest/debtor's liability;

[DELEGO, DELEGARE, DELEGAVI, DELEGATUS] : V assign/appoint; delegate/entrust (to); consign; transfer/pass; refer/attribute;

[DELEGO] : to transfer, commit, assign, impute, attribute, ascribe.

[DELENIFICUS, DELENIFICA, DELENIFICUM] : ADJ ingratiating; cajoling; soothing/mollifying; flattering, enchanting (l+s);

[DELENIMENTUM, DELENIMENTI] : N blandishment/enticement/charm; ingratiating/soothing action/quality; consolation

[DELENIO, DELENIRE, DELENIVI, DELENITUS] : V mitigate, mollify, smooth down, soothe; soften, cajole; bewitch, charm, entice;

[DELENITOR, DELENITORIS] : N appeaser; soother, one who mollifies/wins over;

[DELENITORIUS, DELENITORIA, DELENITORIUM] : ADJ pertaining to/serving for softening/smoothing;

[DELEO, DELERE, DELEVI, DELETUS] : V erase, wipe/scratch/remove (letters/marks), wipe/blot out, expunge, delete;

[DELEO, DELERE, DELEVI, DELETUS] : V destroy completely, demolish/obliterate/crush; ruin; overthrow; nullify/annul;

[DELEO, DELERE, DELEVI, DELETUS] : V annihilate/exterminate, kill every member of a group; put end to, end/abolish;

[DELEO] : (deletum ) to destroy, wipe out, erase.

[DELEO] : blot out, erase/ annihilate, destroy.

[DELEO] : blot out, erase / annihilate, destroy.

[DELEO] : to obliterate, efface.

[DELERAMENTUM, DELERAMENTI] : N delusion, nonsense; product of a deranged mind;

[DELERAMENTUM, DELERAMENTI] : N delusion, nonsense; product of a deranged mind; absurdity (l+s);

[DELERITAS, DELERITATIS] : N insanity;

[DELERO, DELERARE, DELERAVI, DELERATUS] : V be mad/deranged/silly; dote; speak deliriously, rave; diviate from balks (plow);

[DELETH, UNDECLINED] : N dalet; (4th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as d);

[DELETICIUS, DELETICIA, DELETICIUM] : ADJ palimpsest, from which (anything/writing) has been erased/effaced/blotted out;

[DELETILIS, DELETILIS, DELETILE] : ADJ that expunges/erases; that wipes/blots out (l+s);

[DELETIO, DELETIONIS] : N destruction, annihilation;

[DELETITIUS, DELETITIA, DELETITIUM] : ADJ palimpsest, from which (anything/writing) has been erased/effaced/blotted out;

[DELETRIX, (GEN.), DELETRICIS] : ADJ causing the destruction (of); (feminine adjective);

[DELETRIX, DELETRICIS] : N she who annihilates/destroys;

[DELETUS, DELETUS] : N annihilation;

[DELEVO, DELEVARE, DELEVAVI, DELEVATUS] : V smooth down/off; make smooth (l+s);

[DELIBAMENTUM, DELIBAMENTI] : N libation; wine poured out to the gods (l+s);

[DELIBATIO, DELIBATIONIS] : N diminishing, taking away from; first fruit, sample, represenative portion;

[DELIBERABUNDUS, DELIBERABUNDA, DELIBERABUNDUM] : ADJ pondering/reflecting; deep in thought/deliberating; weighing carefully (l+s);

[DELIBERAMENTUM, DELIBERAMENTI] : N deliberation;

[DELIBERATIO, DELIBERATIONIS] : N deliberation/consultation (w/others), consideration; deliberative style speech;

[DELIBERATIVUS, DELIBERATIVA, DELIBERATIVUM] : ADJ concerned with/relating to discussion/deliberation (future acts); deliberative;

[DELIBERATOR, DELIBERATORIS] : N one who deliberates;

[DELIBERATUS, DELIBERATA -UM, DELIBERATIOR -OR -US, DELIBERATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ determined; worked out; resolved upon; certain (l+s);

[DELIBERO, DELIBERARE, DELIBERAVI, DELIBERATUS] : V weigh/consider/deliberate/consult (oracle); ponder/think over; resolve/decide on

[DELIBERO] : to consider, deliberate.

[DELIBERO] : to determine, to be determined, resolve.

[DELIBO, DELIBARE, DELIBAVI, DELIBATUS] : V skim/flake/scrape off; channel off (water); pick out a choice specimen; perform;

[DELIBO, DELIBARE, DELIBAVI, DELIBATUS] : V take a little, wear away, nibble at; taste (of), touch on (a subject) lightly;

[DELIBO, DELIBARE, DELIBAVI, DELIBATUS] : V diminish/detract (from); take away a little as to render imperfect; infringe;

[DELIBRO, DELIBRARE, DELIBRAVI, DELIBRATUS] : V peel, remove/strip the bark (from); strip/take off (bark); (rind l+s);

[DELIBUO, DELIBUERE, DELIBUI, DELIBUTUS] : V besmear; anoint with a liquid;

[DELIBUO] : to anoint.

[DELIBUTUS, DELIBUTA, DELIBUTUM] : ADJ thickly smeared/stained; steeped (in a condition), deeply imbued (with feeling);

[DELICATA, DELICATAE] : N paramour, favorite; voluptury (l+s); one addicted to pleasure;

[DELICATE, DELICATIUS, DELICATISSIME] : ADV delicately/tenderly/gently; luxuriously; frivolously; fastidiously; effeminately

[DELICATE] : luxuriously, delicately, slowly.

[DELICATUS, DELICATA -UM, DELICATIOR -OR -US, DELICATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ skittish/frisky/frivolous; fastidious/squeamish; delicate/dainty/pretty/fine;

[DELICATUS, DELICATA -UM, DELICATIOR -OR -US, DELICATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ foppish, effeminate; polite, elegant; charming; tender; voluptuous; wanton;

[DELICATUS, DELICATA -UM, DELICATIOR -OR -US, DELICATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ luxurious/sumptuous, addicted to pleasure; self-indulgent/confortable; pampered;

[DELICATUS, DELICATI] : N paramour, favorite; voluptury (l+s); one addicted to pleasure;

[DELICIA, DELICIAE] : N favorite/pet/darling/beloved (usu pl.); man w/exquisite taste/gourmet; voluptury

[DELICIA, DELICIAE] : N luxurious habits/self-indulgence; airs, manners of superiority; caprices/whims;

[DELICIA, DELICIAE] : N ornaments/decorations; erotic verse; charms; elegant/affected manners/mannerism

[DELICIA, DELICIAE] : N pleasure/delight/fun (usu. pl.), activity affording enjoyment, luxuries; toys;

[DELICIA, DELICIAE] : N corner beam supporting a section of an outward-sloping roof; gutter (l+s);

[DELICIAE] : allurements, charms, delights, fancies/ sweetheart.

[DELICIAE] : allurements, charms, delights, fancies / sweetheart

[DELICIARIS, DELICIARIS, DELICIARE] : ADJ fitting an outward-sloping roof; pertaining to a gutter (l+s);

[DELICIATUS, DELICIATA, DELICIATUM] : ADJ outward-sloping (roof); with a gutter (l+s);

[DELICIO, DELICERE,] : V entice/lure (from one's preoccupations); allure (from the right way l+s);

[DELICIOLA, DELICIOLAE] : N darling, little sweetheart (pl.);

[DELICIOLUM, DELICIOLI] : N darling, little sweetheart;

[DELICIOSUS, DELICIOSA, DELICIOSUM] : ADJ delicious; delicate;

[DELICIUM, DELICII] : N darling, person one is fond of; pet (animal); delight, source/thing of joy;

[DELICIUS, DELICII] : N pleasure/delight/fun, activity affording enjoyment; curiosities of art;

[DELICO, DELICARE, DELICAVI, DELICATUS] : V reveal, disclose; make clear, clarify, explain;

[DELICTOR, DELICTORIS] : N delinquent; offender;

[DELICTUM, DELICTI] : N fault/offense/misdeed/crime/transgression; act falling short of standard; defect

[DELICTUM] : transgression.

[DELICULUS, DELICULA, DELICULUM] : ADJ blemished; having a (small) defect; defective (l+s);

[DELICUS, DELICA, DELICUM] : ADJ weaned; put away (from the breast);

[DELICUUS, DELICUA, DELICUUM] : ADJ lacking, wanting; missing;

[DELIGO, DELIGARE, DELIGAVI, DELIGATUS] : V bind fast, tie (up), fasten; make fast by tying; bandage; tie (a bandage);

[DELIGO, DELIGERE, DELEGI, DELECTUS] : V pick/pluck off, cull; choose, select, levy (soldiers), enrol; conduct a levy;

[DELIMATOR, DELIMATORIS] : N filer, one who files; (rasp);

[DELIMITATIO, DELIMITATIONIS] : N marking out, limiting;

[DELIMITO, DELIMITARE, DELIMITAVI, DELIMITATUS] : V delimit, mark out the boundries of;

[DELIMITUS, DELIMITA, DELIMITUM] : ADJ filed off;

[DELIMO, DELIMARE, DELIMAVI, DELIMATUS] : V file down; produce by filing;

[DELINEATIO, DELINEATIONIS] : N sketch; delination;

[DELINEO, DELINEARE, DELINEAVI, DELINEATUS] : V (delineate; trace the outline of; (sketch out l+s);

[DELINGO, DELINGERE,] : V lick; lick up; lick off;

[DELINGUO, DELINGUERE,] : V lick; lick up; lick off;

[DELINIFICUS, DELINIFICA, DELINIFICUM] : ADJ ingratiating; cajoling; soothing/mollifying; flattering, enchanting (l+s);

[DELINIMENTUM, DELINIMENTI] : N blandishment/enticement/charm; ingratiating/soothing action/quality; consolation

[DELINIO, DELINIARE, DELINIAVI, DELINIATUS] : V delineate; trace the outline of; sketch out (l+s);

[DELINIO, DELINIRE, DELINIVI, DELINITUS] : V mitigate, mollify, smooth down, soothe; soften, cajole; bewitch, charm, entice;

[DELINITOR, DELINITORIS] : N appeaser; soother, one who mollifies/wins over;

[DELINITORIUS, DELINITORIA, DELINITORIUM] : ADJ pertaining to/serving for softening/smoothing;

[DELINO, DELINERE, DELIVI, DELITUS] : V smear/daub/anoint (with); obliterate, smudge/blot out; daub w/owner mark (pig);

[DELINQUENTES] : transgressors.

[DELINQUENTIA, DELINQUENTIAE] : N fault; crime; delinquency;

[DELINQUIO, DELINQUIONIS] : N failure, lack, want; eclipse (of a hevenly body);

[DELINQUO, DELINQUERE, DELIQUI, DELICTUS] : V fail (duty), be wanting/lacking, fall short; offend/do wrong/err/commit offence;

[DELINQUO] : to fail, be wanting/ fail in duty, commit a crime.

[DELIQUATITUDO, DELIQUATITUDINIS] : N menting; dropping;

[DELIQUESCO, DELIQUESCERE, DELICUI] : V melt away, dissolve, melt; dissipate one's energy; vanish, disappear (l+s);

[DELIQUIA, DELIQUIAE] : N corner beam supporting a section of an outward-sloping roof; gutter (l+s);

[DELIQUIO, DELIQUIONIS] : N failure, lack, want; eclipse (of a hevenly body);

[DELIQUIUM, DELIQUII] : N eclipse (of a hevenly body); want, defect (l+s); flowing/dropping down;

[DELIQUO, DELIQUARE, DELIQUAVI, DELIQUATUS] : V strain (liquid to clear); strain off (solid matter); make clear; clarify/explain

[DELIQUUS, DELIQUA, DELIQUUM] : ADJ lacking, wanting; missing;

[DELIRAMENTUM, DELIRAMENTI] : N delusion, nonsense; product of a deranged mind; absurdity (l+s);

[DELIRATIO, DELIRATIONIS] : N going off the balks (harrowing); delirium/madness; folly/silliness/dotage;

[DELIRITAS, DELIRITATIS] : N insanity;

[DELIRIUM, DELIRII] : N delirium, frenzy; derangement of the mental facilities; madness (l+s);

[DELIRO, DELIRARE, DELIRAVI, DELIRATUS] : V be mad/crazy/deranged/silly; speak deliriously, rave; diviate from balks (plow);

[DELIRUS, DELIRA, DELIRUM] : ADJ crazy, insane, mad; senseless, silly;

[DELITESCO, DELITESCERE, DELITUI] : V hide, go in hiding/seclusion; withdraw; vanish/be concealed; take refuge/shelter

[DELITESCO] : to hide away.

[DELITIGO, DELITIGARE, DELITIGAVI, DELITIGATUS] : V dispute wholeheartedly; have it out; scold, rail angrily (l+s);

[DELITISCO, DELITISCERE, DELITUI] : V hide, go in hiding/seclusion; withdraw; vanish/be concealed; take refuge/shelter

[DELITO, DELITERE, DELITUI] : V hide; hide oneself, go into hiding; seek safety; take refuge/shelter;

[DELITOR, DELITORIS] : N avenger, one who wipes out/extracts vengence for; (w/gen); obliterator (l+s);

[DELOCATIO, DELOCATIONIS] : N dislocation; (of a joint);

[DELONGE] : ADV from afar; (de longe);

[DELOTUS, DELOTA, DELOTUM] : ADJ washed;

[DELPHIN, DELPHINIS] : N dolphin; ornament shaped like a dolphin; (part of water organ); constellation;

[DELPHINACIUS] : of larkpur; of dolphin flower Souter ?

[DELPHINIS, DELPHINOS/IS] : N dolphin; ornament shaped like a dolphin; (part of water organ); constellation;

[DELPHINUS, DELPHINI] : N dolphin; ornament shaped like a dolphin; (part of water organ); constellation;

[DELTA, UNDECLINED] : N greek letter dalta; delta of the nile;

[DELUBRUM, DELUBRI] : N shrine; temple; sanctuary (l+s);

[DELUBRUM] : shrine.

[DELUCTIO, DELUCTIONIS] : N struggle, combat; wrestling;

[DELUCTO, DELUCTARE, DELUCTAVI, DELUCTATUS] : V wrestle; fight it out (with); struggle (l+s);

[DELUCTOR, DELUCTARI, -, DELUCTATUS SUM] : V wrestle; fight it out (with); struggle (l+s);

[DELUDIFICO, DELUDIFICARE, DELUDIFICAVI, DELUDIFICATUS] : V dupe, make a complete fool of; mock (l+s); make sport of; banter;

[DELUDIFICOR, DELUDIFICARI, -, DELUDIFICATUS SUM] : V dupe, make a complete fool of;

[DELUDO, DELUDERE, DELUSI, DELUSUS] : V deceive/dupe; play false/mock/make sport; play through, complete a performance;

[DELUDO] : to mock, cheat.

[DELUMBIS, DELUMBIS, DELUMBE] : ADJ lame; suffering from injury/lameness in the lumbar region; (in the loins l+s);

[DELUMBO, DELUMBARE, DELUMBAVI, DELUMBATUS] : V injure (by dislocating hip); bring down on haunches; lame, weaken; bend/curve;

[DELUO, DELUERE,] : V wash away; wash out/off, cleanse (l+s);

[DELUO] : to cleanse.

[DELUSIO, DELUSIONIS] : N deceiving, deluding;

[DELUSOR, DELUSORIS] : N deceiver;

[DELUSTRO, DELUSTRARE, DELUSTRAVI, DELUSTRATUS] : V disenchant, free from an evil charm/spell/enchantment;

[DELUTO, DELUTARE, DELUTAVI, DELUTATUS] : V plaster/daub with (a preparation of) clay;

[DEM, DEMOS/IS] : N community, a people; administrative district (in attica); tract of land (l+s);

[DEMADESCO, DEMADESCERE,] : V become thoroughly wet; become humid/moist (l+s);

[DEMAGIS] : ADV furthermore, moreover; very much (l+s);

[DEMANDATIO, DEMANDATIONIS] : N delivering with commendation; commending;

[DEMANDO, DEMANDARE, DEMANDAVI, DEMANDATUS] : V entrust, hand over (to), commit; lay (a duty on a person), charge (that);

[DEMANDO] : to put incharge, intrust, commit, commend.

[DEMANO, DEMANARE, DEMANAVI, DEMANATUS] : V run down; percolate; flow down (l+s);

[DEMANO] : to flow down/ descend, come down.

[DEMARCESCO, DEMARCESCERE,] : V wither, fade away;

[DEMARCESCO] : to fade, wither.

[DEMARCHIA, DEMARCHIAE] : N office and dignity of a demarch (magistrate of a greek deme/township);

[DEMARCHISAS, (GEN.), DEMARCHISANTIS] : ADJ having served as demarch (magistrate of a greek deme/township);

[DEMARCHUS, DEMARCHI] : N demarch (magistrate of a greek deme/township); president of a demos (l+s);

[DEMATRICATUS, DEMATRICATA, DEMATRICATUM] : ADJ bled from the vena matricalis in the neck;

[DEMEACULUM, DEMEACULI] : N decent underground; passage underground (l+s);

[DEMENS, DEMENTIS (GEN.), DEMENTIOR -OR -US, DEMENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ out of one's mind/senses; demented, mad, wild, raving; reckless, foolish;

[DEMENS] : (dementis ) insane, mad, out of one's mind, foolish.

[DEMENSIO, DEMENSIONIS] : N mearuring; (measurement?);

[DEMENSUM, DEMENSI] : N measured allowence; ration; (of slaves);

[DEMENTER, DEMENTIUS, DEMENTISSIME] : ADV madly, crazily; foolishly (l+s);

[DEMENTIA, DEMENTIAE] : N madness, insanity; derangement of the mind; distraction, folly;

[DEMENTIO, DEMENTIRE,] : V become deranged; lose one's readon; be mad, rave;

[DEMENTO, DEMENTARE, DEMENTAVI, DEMENTATUS] : V drive mad/crazy; bewitch; delude; rave, be out of one's mind;

[DEMEO, DEMEARE, DEMEAVI, DEMEATUS] : V decend, go down;

[DEMEREO, DEMERERE, DEMERI, DEMERITUS] : V oblige, please, win the favor of; earn, merit, deserve (well of);

[DEMEREOR, DEMERERI, -, DEMERITUS SUM] : V oblige/please, win favor of; earn/merit, deserve (well of); lay under obligation

[DEMERGO, DEMERGERE, DEMERSI, DEMERSUS] : V submerge/sink; plunge/dip/immerse; set; retract; conceal; bury; overwhelm/engulf

[DEMERGO] : to plunge.

[DEMERGO] : to sink, plunge into, dip under, go into debt.

[DEMERSIO, DEMERDIONIS] : N a sinking, a being sunk down;

[DEMERSUS, DEMERSA -UM, DEMERSIOR -OR -US, DEMERSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ depressed;

[DEMERSUS, DEMERSUS] : N action of sinking/submerging; a sinking (l+s);

[DEMETIOR, DEMETIRI, -, DEMENSUS SUM] : V measure out/off; (space/time/words); weigh out, measure by weight; lay out;

[DEMETO, DEMETERE, DEMESSUI, DEMESSUS] : V reap, cut, mow; cut off/down (body); pick (fruit); gather; take (honey); shear;

[DEMETOR, DEMETARI, -, DEMETATUS SUM] : V measure, mark out;

[DEMIGRATIO, DEMIGRATIONIS] : N emigration, action of going out as colonists;

[DEMIGRO, DEMIGRARE, DEMIGRAVI, DEMIGRATUS] : V emigrate; migrate; depart/remove/withdraw/go away (from situation/local/thing);

[DEMINORATIO, DEMINORATIONIS] : N degradation; injury;

[DEMINORO, DEMINORARE, DEMINORAVI, DEMINORATUS] : V lessen, diminish; (in honor/rank);

[DEMINUO, DEMINUERE, DEMINUI, DEMINUTUS] : V weaken; curtail; impair; understate; make diminutive; take away/deduct/deprive;

[DEMINUO, DEMINUERE, DEMINUI, DEMINUTUS] : V make smaller; cut up small; lessen/diminish/reduce (size/number/amount/scope);

[DEMINUTIO, DEMINUTIONIS] : N diminution/making smaller; decrease/depletion/attenuation; deduction/subtraction

[DEMINUTIO, DEMINUTIONIS] : N understatement; formation of diminutive; (capitis ~ => loss of civil rights);

[DEMINUTIVE] : ADV as a diminutive (noun); (grammer);

[DEMINUTIVUM, DEMINUTIVI] : N diminutive (noun); (grammer);

[DEMINUTIVUS, DEMINUTIVA, DEMINUTIVUM] : ADJ diminutive; (grammer); (w/nomen => diminutive noun);

[DEMINUTUS, DEMINUTA, DEMINUTUM] : ADJ diminished; small, diminutive;

[DEMIROR, DEMIRARI, -, DEMIRATUS SUM] : V wonder (i wonder how/why); be amazed/utterly astonished at, at loss to imagine;

[DEMISSE, DEMISSIUS, DEMISSISSIME] : ADV dejectedly, in a despondent manner; low/humbly/meekly/modestly; at low altitude;

[DEMISSICIUS, DEMISSICIA, DEMISSICIUM] : ADJ reaching to the ground; (of clothes); hanging down, flowing, long (l+s);

[DEMISSIO, DEMISSIONIS] : N letting/lowering down; extension downward; sinking; dejection/lowering of spirit

[DEMISSITIUS, DEMISSITIA, DEMISSITIUM] : ADJ reaching to the ground; (of clothes); hanging down, flowing, long (l+s);

[DEMISSUS, DEMISSA -UM, DEMISSIOR -OR -US, DEMISSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ low/low-lying; of low altitude; keeping low (people); slanting/hanging/let down;

[DEMISSUS, DEMISSA -UM, DEMISSIOR -OR -US, DEMISSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ lowly/degraded/abject; downhearted/low/downcast/dejected/discouraged/desponden

[DEMITIGO, DEMITIGARE, DEMITIGAVI, DEMITIGATUS] : V calm (a person) down; (pass) become milder/more lenient (l+s);

[DEMITTO, DEMITTERE, DEMISI, DEMISSUS] : V decend by race/birth; leave (estate); let issue rest (on evidence); fell (tree)

[DEMITTO, DEMITTERE, DEMISI, DEMISSUS] : V bring/strike down; plunge/insert/thrust/plant; dismiss/demote; depose; absorb;

[DEMITTO, DEMITTERE, DEMISI, DEMISSUS] : V bend/stoop/bow/sag; lower (eyes); let (clothes/hair/beard) hang down;

[DEMITTO, DEMITTERE, DEMISI, DEMISSUS] : V drop, let fall; sink; send/cast/go/flow/float/slope down; flow/shed/let (blood);

[DEMITTO] : set dowwn, let fall (to offer payment to the church).

[DEMITTO] : to let down, lower

[DEMITTO] : to let down, lower.

[DEMIURGUS, DEMIURGI] : N magistrate in various greek states; play by turpilus;

[DEMO, DEMERE, DEMPSI, DEMPTUS] : V take/cut away/off, remove, withdraw; subtract; take away from;

[DEMO] : to remove.

[DEMO] : to take away, subtract.

[DEMOGRAMMATEUS, DEMOGRAMMATEI] : N public scribe;

[DEMOLIO, DEMOLIRE, DEMOLIVI, DEMOLITUS] : V throw/cast off, remove; pull/tear down, demolish/destroy/lay waste; abolish;

[DEMOLIOR, DEMOLIRI, -, DEMOLITUS SUM] : V throw/cast off, remove; pull/tear down, demolish/destroy/lay waste; abolish;

[DEMOLITOR, DEMOLITORIS] : N agent/instrument of demolition; demolisher, that which breaks down (l+s);

[DEMOLOTIO, DEMOLITIONIS] : N act of demolishing, pulling/tearing down; demolition; undermining (l+s);

[DEMONSTARTORIUS, DEMONSTRATORIA, DEMONSTRATORIUM] : ADJ concerned with definition or specification; pointing out, indicating (l+s);

[DEMONSTRABILIS, DEMONSTRABILIS, DEMONSTRABILE] : ADJ demonstrable;

[DEMONSTRATIO, DEMONSTRATIONIS] : N indication; identification; act of pointing out/showing; (boundry of estate);

[DEMONSTRATIO, DEMONSTRATIONIS] : N demonstration, clear proof; description, definition by features; such oratory;

[DEMONSTRATIVA, DEMONSTRATIVAE] : N demonstrative oratory (esp. vituperation); display/showing off;

[DEMONSTRATIVE] : ADV demonstratively;

[DEMONSTRATIVUS, DEMONSTRATIVA, DEMONSTRATIVUM] : ADJ demonstrative; (oratory esp. vituperation); for display/show off; designating;

[DEMONSTRATOR, DEMONSTRATORIS] : N one who points out/indicates; indicator, exibitor (l+s);

[DEMONSTRO, DEMONSTRARE, DEMONSTRAVI, DEMONSTRATUS] : V reveal, mention, refer to; allege; prove, demonstrate; represent; recommend;

[DEMONSTRO, DEMONSTRARE, DEMONSTRAVI, DEMONSTRATUS] : V point out/at/to, draw attention to; explain/describe/show, give an account of;

[DEMONSTRO] : to indicate, show, describe, explain.

[DEMONSTRO] : to prove.

[DEMORATIO, DEMORATIONIS] : N lingering, abiding, remaining;

[DEMORDEO, DEMORDERE, -, DEMORSUS] : V bite off;

[DEMORIOR, DEMORI, -, DEMORTUUS SUM] : V die; die off/out (group/class), become extinct; be gone; long for greatly (w/acc

[DEMOROR, DEMORARI, -, DEMORATUS SUM] : V detain, cause delay, keep waiting/back, hold up; keep (from); delay/linger/stay;

[DEMOROR] : to loiter, linger, tarry, belay.

[DEMORSICO, DEMORSICARE, DEMORSICAVI, DEMORSICATUS] : V bite pieces off; nibble at; bite off;

[DEMORSITO, DEMORSITARE, DEMORSITAVI, DEMORSITATUS] : V bite pieces off; nibble at; bite off;

[DEMORTUUS, DEMORTUA, DEMORTUUM] : ADJ obsolete;

[DEMOSTHENES, DEMOSTHENIS] : N demosthenes; (greek orator of 4th century bc);

[DEMOVEO, DEMOVERE, DEMOVI, DEMOTUS] : V dislodge; turn aside; remove/get rid of; depose/oust; banish; dissociate;

[DEMOVEO, DEMOVERE, DEMOVI, DEMOTUS] : V move away, put away; turn away (eyes); divert (from idea/mood); force to yield;

[DEMPTIO, DEMPTIONIS] : N removal, action of taking away;

[DEMUGIO, DEMUGIRE, DEMUGIVI, DEMUGITUS] : V fill with the sound of lowing/bellowing;

[DEMUGITUS, DEMUGITA, DEMUGITUM] : ADJ filled with the sound of lowing/bellowing;

[DEMULCATUS, DEMULCATA, DEMULCATUM] : ADJ beatened/cudgled soundly;

[DEMULCEO, DEMULCERE, DEMULSI, DEMULCTUS] : V stroke, stroke down, rub/stroke caressingly/soothingly; soothe/entrance/charm;

[DEMULCEO] : to soften.

[DEMULCEO] : to stroke down, caress by stroking.

[DEMUM] : ADV at last, finally; at length, in the end, eventually; (tum demum => only then);

[DEMUM] : ADV other possibilities being dismissed; only/alone, and no other/nowhere else;

[DEMUM] : adv. at last, finally, not till then; precisely, exactly, just, in fact, certainly, to be sure; modo demum] : only now, just now.

[DEMUM] : at length at las, finally.

[DEMUM] : at length, at last, finally.

[DEMUNEROR, DEMUNERARI, -, DEMUNERATUS SUM] : V reward; remunerate, pay the fee (to/for);

[DEMURMURO, DEMURMURARE, DEMURMURAVI, DEMURMURATUS] : V mutter (a set of words) through; mutter over (l+s);

[DEMUS] : ADV at last, finally; at length, in the end, eventually; (tum demum => only then);

[DEMUS] : ADV other possibilities being dismissed; only/alone, and no other/nowhere else;

[DEMUSSATUS, DEMUSSATA, DEMUSSATUM] : ADJ borne silently;

[DEMUSSO, DEMUSSARE, DEMUSSAVI, DEMUSSATUS] : V swallow/bear/endure in silence;

[DEMUTABILIS, DEMUTABILIS, DEMUTABILE] : ADJ changeable;

[DEMUTATIO, DEMUTATIONIS] : N transformation; change, alteration (esp. for the worse cas);

[DEMUTATOR, DEMUTATORIS] : N changer, transmuter;

[DEMUTILO, DEMUTILARE, DEMUTILAVI, DEMUTILATUS] : V lop off;

[DEMUTO, DEMUTARE, DEMUTAVI, DEMUTATUS] : V change/alter/transform; diviate from way/goal, fail; depart/be different from;

[DEMUTTIO, DEMUTTIRE,] : V speak very softly;

[DENARIARIUS, DENARIARIA, DENARIARIUM] : ADJ related to the denarius (roman silver coin);

[DENARISMUS, DENARISMI] : N kind of tax;

[DENARIUM, DENARII] : N denarius (silver coin=10/16/18 asses); (~ aureus=25 silver ~); drachma weight;

[DENARIUS, DENARIA, DENARIUM] : ADJ containing/related to the number ten; worth a denarius (roman silver coin);

[DENARIUS, DENARII] : N denarius (silver coin=10/16/18 asses); (~ aureus=25 silver ~); drachma weight;

[DENARRO, DENARRARE, DENARRAVI, DENARRATUS] : V tell/relate fully/in full; give a full account of; recount, narrate (l+s);

[DENASCOR, DENASCI,] : V dwindle, go back in growth; lose vigor; perish, die (l+s);

[DENASO, DENASARE, DENASAVI, DENASATUS] : V remove the nose (from a person's face); deprive of the nose (l+s);

[DENATO, DENATARE, DENATAVI, DENATATUS] : V swim downstream; swin down (l+s);

[DENAVIGO, DENAVIGARE, DENAVIGAVI, DENAVIGATUS] : V sail down;

[DENDRACHATES, DENDRACHATAE] : N kind of agate;

[DENDRITIS, DENDRITIDIS] : N gem/precious stone (unidentified);

[DENDROFORUS, DENDROFORI] : N tree-bearer; (timber workers associated with cybele/attis); silvanus; carpenter;

[DENDROIDES, DENDROIDAE] : N spurge (tithymalus); sea-spurge (tithymalis);

[DENDROIDES, DENDROIDES, DENDROIDES] : ADJ tree-like; (defining a botanical species);

[DENDROPHORUS, DENDROPHORI] : N tree-bearer; (timber workers associated with cybele/attis); silvanus; carpenter;

[DENECALIS, DENECALIS, DENECALE] : ADJ releasing from death; (days set aside for purification of family of deceased);

[DENEGO, DENEGARE, DENEGAVI, DENEGATUS] : V deny (fact/allegation); say that ... not; deny/refuse (favor/request);

[DENEGO] : to refuse, deny, reject.

[DENICALIS, DENICALIS, DENICALE] : ADJ releasing from death; (days set aside for purification of family of deceased);

[DENIGRATIO, DENIGRATIONIS] : N blackening;

[DENIGRO, DENIGRARE, DENIGRAVI, DENIGRATUS] : V blacken, make black; color very black, blacken utterly (l+s); asperse, defame;

[DENIQUE] : ADV finally, in the end; and then; at worst; in short, to sum up; in fact, indeed;

[DENIQUE] : adv. finally

[DENIQUE] : at last, finally, again, in short.

[DENIXE, DENIXIUS, DENIXISSIME] : ADV earnestly, assiduously, with strenuous efforts;

[DENOMINATA] : designated, designate specifically.

[DENOMINATIO, DEMONINATIONIS] : N metonymy; derivation; substitution of name of object for another related;

[DENOMINATIVE] : ADV by derivation;

[DENOMINATIVUS, DENOMINATIVA, DENOMINATIVUM] : ADJ derived, dormed by derivation; pertaining to derivation;

[DENOMINO, DENOMINARE, DENOMINAVI, DENOMINATUS] : V denominate, designate; give a name to (usu. from source expressed/implied);

[DENORMO, DENORMARE, DENORMAVI, DENORMATUS] : V put out of shape; make crooked/irregular; disfigure (l+s);

[DENOTATIO, DENOTATIONIS] : N censure; disparagement; marking, poiinting out (l+s);

[DENOTATUS, DENOTATA, DENOTATUM] : ADJ conspicious, marked; marked out;

[DENOTATUS, DENOTATUS] : N marking, pointing out;

[DENOTO, DENOTARE, DENOTAVI, DENOTATUS] : V mark (down); lay on (color); observe; indicate/point out; imply; brand; censure;

[DENS, DENTIS] : N tooth; tusk; ivory; tooth-like thing, spike; distructive power, envy, ill will;

[DENS] : (dentis ) tooth.

[DENSABILIS, DENSABILIS, DENSABILE] : ADJ astringent, binding;

[DENSATIO, DENSATIONIS] : N thickening; condensation;

[DENSATIVUS, DENSATIVA, DENSATIVUM] : ADJ astringent, binding;

[DENSE, DENSIUS, DENSISSIME] : ADV closely, thickly, close together; compactly; concisely; often, frequently;

[DENSE] : ADV thickly/closely/close together (space); frequently/rapidly/one after the other;

[DENSEO, DENSERE, -, DENSETUS] : V thicken/condense, press/crowd together; multiply; cause to come thick and fast;

[DENSITAS, DENSITATIS] : N thickness; density; multitude, abundance; crowding together; (of style);

[DENSITAS] : thickness.

[DENSO, DENSARE, DENSAVI, DENSATUS] : V thicken/condense/concentrate/compress/coagulate; press/pack/crowd together;

[DENSO] : to grow thick.

[DENSUS, DENSA -UM, DENSIOR -OR -US, DENSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ frequent, recurring; terse/concise (style); harsh/horse/thick (sound/voice);

[DENSUS, DENSA -UM, DENSIOR -OR -US, DENSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ thick/dense/solid; (cloud/shadow); crowded/thick_planted/packed/covered (with);

[DENTALE, DENTALIS] : N sharebeam/sole of a plowshare; plowshare (l+s); (pl. classical);

[DENTANEUS, DENTANEA, DENTANEUM] : ADJ threatening;

[DENTARIUS, DENTARIA, DENTARIUM] : ADJ pertaining to the teeth; that cures toothache (w/herba);

[DENTARPAGA, DENTARPAGAE] : N instrument for pulling/extraction of teeth;

[DENTATUS, DENTATA, DENTATUM] : ADJ toothed; w/(prominent/displayed) teeth; w/spikes/teeth/gears; polished w/tooth;

[DENTEFABER, DENTEFABRA, DENTEFABRUM] : ADJ toothed; spiked;

[DENTEX, DENTICIS] : N kind of bream;

[DENTHARPAGA, DENTHARPAGAE] : N instrument for pulling/extraction of teeth;

[DENTICULATUS, DENTICULATA, DENTICULATUM] : ADJ finely toothed, denticulated, furnished with small teeth/projections;

[DENTICULATUS, DENTICULATA, DENTICULATUM] : ADJ toothed, serrated;

[DENTICULUS, DENTICULI] : N little tooth/fang; small tooth/cog (in machine); dentil (architecture);

[DENTICULUS, DENTICULI] : N little tooth; farming inplement w/teeth; modillion, dental, small ornament;

[DENTIDUCUM, DENTIDUCI] : N instrument for pulling/extraction of teeth;

[DENTIFRANGIBULUM, DENTIFRANGIBULI] : N fist (which knocks out teeth); tooth breaker;

[DENTIFRANGIBULUS, DENTIFRANGIBULI] : N tough, goon, one who knocks out teeth; tooth breaker;

[DENTIFRANGIBULUS, DENTIFRANGIBULA, DENTIFRANGIBULUM] : ADJ that/who breaks teeth;

[DENTIFRICIUM, DENTIFRICI(I)] : N dentrifice, tooth powder;

[DENTILEGUS, DENTILEGI] : N one who collects teeth (that were knocked out); (factious); tooth-gatherer;

[DENTIO, DENTIRE,] : V teethe, cut teeth; (of teeth) grow longer (for lack of food to eat);

[DENTISCALPIUM, DENTISCALPII] : N toothpick;

[DENTITIO, DENTITIONIS] : N teething, dentation;

[DENTIX, DENTICIS] : N kind of sea fish;

[DENTRIX, DENTRICIS] : N kind of sea fish;

[DENUBO, DENUBERE, DENUPSI, DENUBTUS] : V marry; marry off; (from paternal home) (of a woman); marry beneath station;

[DENUBO, DENUBERE, DENUPSI, DENUPTUS] : V marry; marry off; (from paternal home) (of a woman); marry beneath station;

[DENUDATIO, DENUDATIONIS] : N uncovering, laying bare;

[DENUDATOR, DENUDATORIS] : N stripper; (gymnasium attendent/valet);

[DENUDO, DENUDARE, DENUDAVI, DENUDATUS] : V strip, denude, lay bare, uncover; reveal/disclose; expose; rob/plunder/despoil;

[DENUMERATIO, DENUMERATIONIS] : N action/process of counting/reckoning, calculation; enumeration of points;

[DENUMERO, DENUMERARE, DENUMERAVI, DENUMERATUS] : V pay (money) in full; pay down (a loan);

[DENUNCIATIO, DENUNCIATIONIS] : N announcement/notification/indication; warning/threat; denunciation/allegation;

[DENUNCIATIO, DENUNCIATIONIS] : N declaration (war); injunction; admoition; summons, formal legal notice;

[DENUNCIO] : declare, give notice, announce.

[DENUNTIATIO, DENUNTIATIONIS] : N announcement/notification/indication; warning/threat; denunciation/allegation;

[DENUNTIATIO, DENUNTIATIONIS] : N declaration (war); injunction; admoition; summons, formal legal notice;

[DENUNTIATIVUS, DENUNTIATIVA, DENUNTIATIVUM] : ADJ admonitory, conveying a warning, serving to admonish; indicatory;

[DENUNTIATOR, DENUNTIATORIS] : N police officer; police inspector;

[DENUNTIATOR, DENUNTIATORIS] : N announcer (theater); attendent hired by authorities to announce coming events;

[DENUNTIO, DENUNTIARE, DENUNTIAVI, DENUNTIATUS] : V give notice, warn/foretell; threaten/enjoin/declare intent to injure; intimate;

[DENUNTIO, DENUNTIARE, DENUNTIAVI, DENUNTIATUS] : V announce, give official information; declare; summon (witness)/deliver summons;

[DENUNTIO] : announce.

[DENUNTIO] : to announce officially, pronounce, declare.

[DENUO] : ADV anew, over again, from a fresh begining; for a second time, once more; in turn;

[DENUO] : anew, again, a second time, afresh.

[DEOCCO, DEOCCARE, DEOCCAVI, DEOCCATUS] : V harrow, run the harrows over (a crop to remove weeds and ventilate the soil);

[DEONERO, DEONERARE, DEONERAVI, DEONERATUS] : V unload, unburden, remove (a burden);

[DEOPERIO, DEOPERIRE, DEOPERUI, DEOPERTUS] : V uncover, lay bare; open up; disclose (l+s);

[DEOPTO, DEOPTARE, DEOPTAVI, DEOPTATUS] : V choose, select;

[DEORATUS, DEORATA, DEORATUM] : ADJ pleaded; pleading;

[DEORIO, DEORIRE,] : V drain off; skim off (l+s); (late) swallow, swallow down;

[DEORSOM] : ADV down, downwards, beneath, below; (motion/direction/order); in lower situation;

[DEORSUM] : ADV down, downwards, beneath, below; (motion/direction/order); in lower situation;

[DEORSUM] : downwards.

[DEORSUS] : ADV down, downwards, beneath, below; (motion/direction/order); in lower situation;

[DEOSCULOR, DEOSCULARI, -, DEOSCULATUS SUM] : V kiss warmly/affectionately; praise/laud highly (l+s);

[DEOSUM] : ADV down, downwards, beneath, below; (motion/direction/order); in lower situation;

[DEPACISCOR, DEPACISCI, -, DEPACTUS SUM] : V bargain for; make a bargain for or about, agree (upon); come to terms;

[DEPACTOR, DEPACTORIS] : N one who setles/arranges discreditably; embezzeler; fraud;

[DEPALATOR, DEPALATORIS] : N one who marks out the bounds; founder;

[DEPALMO, DEPLAMARE, DEPLAMAVI, DEPLAMATUS] : V slap, strike with the open hand; box on the ear (l+s);

[DEPALO, DEPALARE, DEPALAVI, DEPALATUS] : V disclose, reveal;

[DEPALO, DEPALARE, DEPALAVI, DEPALATUS] : V bound/mark off with stakes/palings; found, establish (l+s);

[DEPANGO, DEPANGERE, DEPEGI, DEPACTUS] : V drive down (into); fix into the ground (l+s);

[DEPANSUM, DEPANSI] : N payment; expenditure; (actio ~ => action for double expense incurred);

[DEPARCUS, DEPARCA, DEPARCUM] : ADJ miserly, thoroughly mean/stingy; niggardly, excesively sparing (l+s);

[DEPASCO, DEPASCERE, DEPAVI, DEPASTUS] : V graze/feed/pasture (cattle); devour/eat up; waste/consume (w/fire); lay waste;

[DEPASCOR, DEPASCI, -, DEPASTUS SUM] : V graze down; feed/pasture (cattle); devour/eat up; consume (by fire);

[DEPASCOR, DEPASCI, -, DEPASTUS SUM] : V cull, select; prune away, remove; destroy, waste; lay waste;

[DEPASCOR] : to feed upon.

[DEPASTIO, DEPASTIONIS] : N action of grazing down or stripping the food from; feeding (l+s);

[DEPAUPERATUS, DEPAUPERATA, DEPAUPERATUM] : ADJ impoverished;

[DEPAVITUS, DEPAVITA, DEPAVITUM] : ADJ beaten/trampled down;

[DEPECISCOR, DEPECISCI, -, DEPECTUS SUM] : V bargain for; make a bargain for or about, agree (upon); come to terms;

[DEPECTIO, DEPECTIONIS] : N contract, bargain, agreement;

[DEPECTO, DEPACTERE, -, DEPEXUS] : V comb out; comb thoroughly; comb off/away;

[DEPECTULATUS, DEPECTULATUS] : N fraud, act of defrauding/plundering

[DEPECULATOR, DEPECULATORIS] : N fraud; plunderer, embezzler (cas);

[DEPECULO, DEPECULARE, DEPECULAVI, DEPECULATUS] : V defraud/embezzle, deprive by fraud; steal/rob/plunder/despoil/rifle; diminish;

[DEPECULOR, DEPECULARI, -, DEPECULATUS SUM] : V defraud/embezzle, deprive by fraud; steal/rob/plunder/despoil/rifle; diminish;

[DEPELLO, DEPELLERE, DEPULI, DEPULSUS] : V drive/push out//off/away/aside, repel; expel; remove, wean; banish utterly;

[DEPELLO, DEPELLERE, DEPULI, DEPULSUS] : V dislodge; avert; rebut; veer away; force to withdraw/desist; turn out/dismiss;

[DEPENDEO, DEPENDERE, DEPENDI] : V hang on/from/down (from); depend; depend upon/on; proceed/be derived from;

[DEPENDO, DEPENDERE, DEPENDI, DEPENSUS] : V pay over/down; pay (a penalty); expend (time/labor); spend, lay out; bestow;

[DEPENDULUS, DEPENDULA, DEPENDULUM] : ADJ hanging down (from);

[DEPENNATUS, DEPENNATA, DEPENNATUM] : ADJ winged;

[DEPENSIO, DEPENSIONIS] : N expenditure; outlay;

[DEPERDITUM, DEPERDITI] : N that which is permanently lost;

[DEPERDITUS, DEPERDITA, DEPERDITUM] : ADJ corrupt, abandoned;

[DEPERDO, DEPERDERE, DEPERDIDI, DEPERDITUS] : V lose permenently/utterly (destruction); be deprived/desperate; destroy, ruin;

[DEPEREO, DEPERIRE, DEPERIVI(II), DEPERITUS] : V perish/die; be lost/totally destroyed; be much in love with/love to distraction;

[DEPEREO] : to perish, be utterly ruined.

[DEPETIGO, DEPETIGINIS] : N kind of skin eruption; leprosy, scab (l+s);

[DEPICTIO, DEPICTIONIS] : N description, delination; characterization;

[DEPILATUS, DEPILATA, DEPILATUM] : ADJ having one's hair/plumage plucked; swindled, plucked, fleeced;

[DEPILIS, DEPILIS, DEPILE] : ADJ hairless; without hair; plucked;

[DEPILO, DEPILARE, DEPILAVI, DEPILATUS] : V strip hair/feathers; pull out hair; pluck feathers; peel skin; plunder, cheat;

[DEPINGO, DEPINGERE, DEPINXI, DEPICTUS] : V paint, depict, portray; describe; decorate/color w/paint; embroider;

[DEPINNATUS, DEPINNATA, DEPINNATUM] : ADJ winged;

[DEPLACO, DEPLACARE, DEPLACAVI, DEPLACATUS] : V appease, propiate;

[DEPLANGO, DEPLANGERE, DEPLANXI] : V mourn by beating the breast; bewail, lament (l+s);

[DEPLANO, DEPLANARE, DEPLANAVI, DEPLANATUS] : V level off, make level/even;

[DEPLANTO, DEPLANTARE, DEPLANTAVI, DEPLANTATUS] : V sever/break off (twig/branch/shoot); plant/set in the ground (l+s);

[DEPLATIO, DEPLATIONIS] : N marking off with stakes/palings; marking time by shadows of stakes (l+s);

[DEPLECTOR, DEPLECTI, -, DEPLEXUS SUM] : V claw down, pull down in one's grasp;

[DEPLEO, DEPLERE, DEPLEVI, DEPLETUS] : V drain/draw off, empty out; bleed/let (blood); relieve (of); exaust; subtract;

[DEPLETURA, DEPLETURAE] : N bleeding, blood-letting;

[DEPLEXUS, DEPLEXA, DEPLEXUM] : ADJ clasping; grasping;

[DEPLOIS, DEPLOIDIS] : N robe; cloak; double robe wrapped around body; double wrapping; layer (souter);

[DEPLORABUNDUS, DEPLORABUNDA, DEPLORABUNDUM] : ADJ complaining/weeping bitterly;

[DEPLORATIO, DEPLORATIONIS] : N lamenting, bewailing, action of lamenting/complaining;

[DEPLORATUS, DEPLORATA, DEPLORATUM] : ADJ miserable; mornful; hopeless, incurable (disease/patient);

[DEPLORO, DEPLORARE, DEPLORAVI, DEPLORATUS] : V weep/lament/mourn for/cry over; deplore, complain of; lose; despair/give up on;

[DEPLUMIS, DEPLUMIS, DEPLUME] : ADJ moulted; denuded of feathers; without feathers (l+s); featherless;

[DEPLUO, DEPLUERE, DEPLUI, DEPLUTUS] : V rain down; (depluta terra => drenched l+s);

[DEPOCLO, DEPOCLARE, DEPOCLAVI, DEPOCLATUS] : V ruin by expenditure on cups/drinking;

[DEPOCULO, DEPOCULARE, DEPOCULAVI, DEPOCULATUS] : V ruin by expenditure on cups/drinking;

[DEPOLIO, DEPOLIRE, DEPOLIVI, DEPOLITUS] : V polish thoroughly; smooth, polish off (l+s);

[DEPOLITIO, DEPOLITIOIS] : N careful/thorough cultivation/polish; perfection, finished/perfect thing (l+s);

[DEPOMPATIO, DEPOMPATIONIS] : N dishonoring; depriving of ornament;

[DEPOMPO, DEPOMPARE, DEPOMPAVI, DEPOMPATUS] : V dishonor; deprive of ornament;

[DEPONDERO, DEPONDERARE, DEPONDERAVI, DEPONDERATUS] : V weigh down, press down by its weight;

[DEPONEFACIO, DEPONEFACERE, DEPONDEFECI, DEPONEFACTUS] : V deposit, put down;

[DEPONENS, (GEN.), DEPONENTIS] : ADJ depondent; of a verb which in passive has active meaning;

[DEPONENS, DEPONENTIS] : N depondent; a verb which in passive has active meaning;

[DEPONO, DEPONERE, DEPOSIVI, DEPOSITUS] : V pull down, demolish; plant (seedlings); set up, place; lay to rest; fire;

[DEPONO, DEPONERE, DEPOSIVI, DEPOSITUS] : V lift off; take off (clothes); have (hair/beard/nails) cut; shed (tusks);

[DEPONO, DEPONERE, DEPOSIVI, DEPOSITUS] : V put/lay down/aside/away; let drop/fall; give up; resign; deposit/entrust/commit;

[DEPONO, DEPONERE, DEPOSUI, DEPOSTUS] : V lift off; take off (clothes); have (hair/beard/nails) cut; shed (tusks);

[DEPONO, DEPONERE, DEPOSUI, DEPOSTUS] : V put/lay down/aside/away; let drop/fall; give up; resign; deposit/entrust/commit;

[DEPONO, DEPONERE, DEPOSUI, DEPOSTUS] : V pull down, demolish; plant (seedlings); set up, place; lay to rest; fire;

[DEPONO] : to put down, lay aside.

[DEPONO] : to set down, bring down.

[DEPONTANUS, DEPONTANA, DEPONTANUM] : ADJ thrown off bridge; (old men, 60, who were thrown off bridge?);

[DEPONTO, DEPONTARE, DEPONTAVI, DEPONTATUS] : V throw from a bridge;

[DEPOPULATIO, DEPOPULATIONIS] : N plundering/pillaging/sacking/marauding/ravaging/laying waste;

[DEPOPULATIO] : pillaging, looting, sacking, plundering, robbing.

[DEPOPULATOR, DEPOPULATORIS] : N plunderer, pillager, ravager; one who sacks; marauder;

[DEPOPULATRIX, DEPOPULATRICIS] : N she who spoils/destroys; plunderer/pillager/ravager (female);

[DEPOPULO, DEPOPULARE, DEPOPULAVI, DEPOPULATUS] : V sack/plunder/pillage/rob/despoil; ravage/devastate/destroy/lay waste; overgraze;

[DEPOPULO] : depopulor ; to lay waste, ravage, devastate.

[DEPOPULO] : to pillage.

[DEPOPULOR, DEPOPULARI, -, DEPOPULATUS SUM] : V sack/plunder/pillage/rob/despoil; ravage/devastate/destroy/lay waste; overgraze;

[DEPOPULOR] : to pillage.

[DEPORTATIO, DEPORTATIONIS] : N deportation, conveyance to exile; taking/carrying home/away; transportation;

[DEPORTATORIUS, DEPORTATORIA, DEPORTATORIUM] : ADJ transportation-, belonging to removal/transportation;

[DEPORTIO, DEPORTIONIS] : N carrying, conveying; conveyance; transportation;

[DEPORTO, DEPORTARE, DEPORTAVI, DEPORTATUS] : V bring, convey (to); carry along/down (current); transport; take/bring home;

[DEPORTO] : to carry off, to take away.

[DEPORTO] : to carry

[DEPOSCO DEPOPOSCI] : to demand.

[DEPOSCO, DEPOSCERE, DEPOSCI] : V demand peremptorily; ask for earnestly; require; request earnestly; challenge;

[DEPOSCO] : to earnestly request.

[DEPOSITARIUS, DEPOSITARII] : N person in whose care property is deposited; depositor; trustee; depositary;

[DEPOSITIO, DEPOSITIONIS] : N deposition/testimony; lowering/degradation; close of period; lowering of voice;

[DEPOSITIO, DEPOSITIONIS] : N putting on deposit; abandonment, giving up; cessation; demolition;

[DEPOSITIO, DEPOSITIONIS] : N laying down/aside, putting off; burying/depositing in earth; parting from;

[DEPOSITIVUS, DEPOSTIVA, DEPOSTIVUM] : ADJ deposit-, of/belonging to a deposit;

[DEPOSITOR, DEPOSITORIS] : N depositor, one who deposits (money); who gives up (position)/disowns/disclaims;

[DEPOSITUM, DEPOSITI] : N deposit, trust; money placed on deposit/safe keeping; contract on trust money;

[DEPOSITUS, DEPOSITA, DEPOSITUM] : ADJ despaired of/given up; deposited (l+s); of money placed on deposit/safe keeping;

[DEPOSTULATOR, DEPOSTULATORIS] : N one who demands; (a person for punishment/torture);

[DEPOSTULO, DEPOSTULARE, DEPOSTULAVI, DEPOSTULATUS] : V demand, press for; require earnestly (l+s);

[DEPRAEDATIO, DEPRAEDATIONIS] : N plundering, pillaging;

[DEPRAEDATOR, DEPRAEDATORIS] : N plunderer/pillager;

[DEPRAEDO, DEPRAEDARE, DEPRAEDAVI, DEPRAEDATUS] : V exaust by plundering/pillaging; plunder, pillage (l+s);

[DEPRAEDOR DEPREDOR] : to plunder, lay waste, pillage, ravage.

[DEPRAEDOR, DEPRAEDARI, -, DEPRAEDATUS SUM] : V exaust by plundering/pillaging; plunder, pillage (l+s);

[DEPRAESENTIARUM] : ADV here and now; now, at the present (l+s);

[DEPRANDIS, DEPRANDIS, DEPRANDE] : ADJ fasting;

[DEPRANS, (GEN.), DEPRANDIS] : ADJ fasting;

[DEPRAVATE] : ADV perversely, wrongly;

[DEPRAVATIO, DEPRAVATIONIS] : N abnormality/deformity, deviation in appearance/behavior; perversity/perversion;

[DEPRAVO, DEPRAVARE, DEPRAVAVI, DEPRAVATUS] : V distort/deform/twist, make crooked; mislead/pervert; deprave, corrupt;

[DEPRECABILIS, DEPRECABILIS, DEPRECABILE] : ADJ exorable; that may be entreated; accessible to entreaty/begging/prayer;

[DEPRECABUNDUS, DEPRECABUNDA, DEPRECABUNDUM] : ADJ entreating earnestly;

[DEPRECANEUS, DEPRECANEA, DEPRECANEUM] : ADJ exorable; that may be entreated; accessible to entreaty/begging/prayer;

[DEPRECATIO, DEPRECATIONIS] : N prayer to avert/ward off; invocation; supplication/entreaty/plea; extenuation;

[DEPRECATIO] : prayer.

[DEPRECATIUNCULA, DEPRECATIUNCULAE] : N little deprecation/plea for mercy; trifling plea for pardon;

[DEPRECATIVUS, DEPRECATIVA, DEPRECATIVUM] : ADJ deprecative; praying for deliverance from evil;

[DEPRECATIVUS] : deprecative.

[DEPRECATOR, DEPRECATORIS] : N intercessor, one pleading for mercy; go-between; champanion/advocate; mediator;

[DEPRECATOR] : intercessor, one who pleads on behalf.

[DEPRECATORIUS, DEPRECATORIA, DEPRECATORIUM] : ADJ deprecatory; that prays for deliverance; expressing hope something be averted;

[DEPRECATRIX, DEPRECATRICIS] : N intercessor (female), one pleading for mercy; go-between; advocate; mediator;

[DEPRECIATOR, DEPRECIATORIS] : N depreciator, one who depreciates/lowers value/undervalues;

[DEPRECIO, DEPRECIARE, DEPRECIAVI, DEPRECIATUS] : V depreciate, lower the value of;

[DEPRECO, DEPRECARE, DEPRECAVI, DEPRECATUS] : V avert by prayer; entreat/pray/beg; intercede/beg pardon/mercy/relief/exemption;

[DEPRECOR, DEPRECARI, -, DEPRECATUS SUM] : V avert by prayer; entreat/pray/beg; intercede/beg pardon/mercy/relief/exemption;

[DEPRECOR] : to beg by entreaty, to excuse oneself / curse.

[DEPRECOR] : to beg by entreaty, to excuse oneself/ curse.

[DEPRECOR] : to deprecate, intercede?.

[DEPRECOR] : to entreat for, beg for/ intercede/ curse.

[DEPRECOR] : to entreat for, beg for / intercede / curse.

[DEPREHENDO, DEPREHENDERE, DEPREHENDI, DEPREHENSUS] : V discover, discern, recognize; detect; indicate, reveal; embarrass;

[DEPREHENDO, DEPREHENDERE, DEPREHENDI, DEPREHENSUS] : V seize/catch; catch napping/redhanded; surprise/pounce on; arrest; intercept;

[DEPREHENDO] : to understand, overtake.

[DEPREHENSIO, DEPREHENSIONIS] : N detection, act of coming upon and catching; surprising (l+s); seizing;

[DEPREHENSIO] : detection.

[DEPRENDO, DEPRENDERE, DEPRENDI, DEPRENSUS] : V seize/catch; catch napping/redhanded; surprise/pounce on; arrest; intercept;

[DEPRENDO, DEPRENDERE, DEPRENDI, DEPRENSUS] : V discover, discern, recognize; detect; indicate, reveal; embarrass;

[DEPRENSA, DEPRENSAE] : N species of military punishment; (more than castigatio, less than ignominia);

[DEPRESSE, DEPRESSIUS, DEPRESSISSIME] : ADV deeply; deep/way down;

[DEPRESSIO, DEPRESSIONIS] : N lowering, sinking down (action of); depression (l+s);

[DEPRESSUS, DEPRESSA -UM, DEPRESSIOR -OR -US, DEPRESSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ low/low-lying, deep down; at/having low elevation; low-pitched/subdued (sound);

[DEPRESSUS, DEPRESSA -UM, DEPRESSIOR -OR -US, DEPRESSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ reaching/sloping down; base/mean, pedestrian, lacking moral/style; depressed;

[DEPRETIATOR, DEPRETIATORIS] : N depreciator, one who depreciates/lowers value/undervalues;

[DEPRETIO, DEPRETIARE, DEPRETIAVI, DEPRETIATUS] : V depreciate, lower the value of;

[DEPRIMO (DEPRESSUS)] : to press down, depress, low-lying.

[DEPRIMO, DEPRIMERE, DEPRESSI, DEPRESSUS] : V suppress/repress/depress/silence, force//weigh/keep down, disparage; sink;

[DEPRIMO, DEPRIMERE, DEPRESSI, DEPRESSUS] : V humble, reduce position/fortune/value; lower pitch (sound)/brightness (color);

[DEPROELIANS, (GEN.), DEPROELIANTIS] : ADJ struggling violently;

[DEPROELIOR, DEPROELIARI, -, DEPROELIATUS SUM] : V fight/struggle/war fiercely/violently, battle;

[DEPROMO, DEPROMERE, DEPROMPSI, DEPROMPTUS] : V bring/draw out, fetch, produce (from container/store); bring/utter (information)

[DEPROMO] : to take down, produce, fetch out.

[DEPROPERO, DEPROPERARE, DEPROPERAVI, DEPROPERATUS] : V hurry/hasten/make haste to complete/finish (w/inf); prepare hastily (l+s);

[DEPROPERUS, DEPROPERA, DEPROPERUM] : ADJ hastening/hurrying, making great haste;

[DEPSO, DEPSERE, DEPSUI, DEPSTUS] : V dishonor; have improper sex; (rude);

[DEPSO, DEPSERE, DEPSUI, DEPSTUS] : V knead; work up into a paste; soften/dress (leather) by rubbing/squeezing;

[DEPSTICIUS, DEPSTICIA, DEPSTICIUM] : ADJ kneaded, made by kneading;

[DEPSTITIUS, DEPSTITIA, DEPSTITIUM] : ADJ kneaded, made by kneading;

[DEPUBES, (GEN.), DEPUBERIS] : ADJ immature, not a full age;

[DEPUDESCO, DEPUDESCERE, DEPUDUI] : V put off all shame; become shameless (l+s);

[DEPUDICO, DEPUDICARE, DEPUDICAVI, DEPUDICATUS] : V violate, dishonor; deflower, deprive of virginity (sex);

[DEPUDIT, DEPUTERE, DEPUDIT] : V make/be utterly/greatly ashamed (w/inf); not to be ashamed. be shameless (l+s);

[DEPUGIS, DEPUGIS, DEPUGE] : ADJ having meagre/skinny/thin buttocks;

[DEPUGNATIO, DEPUGNATIONIS] : N method of fighting a battle; violent fighting (l+s); eager contest;

[DEPUGNO, DEPUGNARE, DEPUGNAVI, DEPUGNATUS] : V fight hard/it out, do battle; fight against and kill (in arena); stop fighting;

[DEPUIO, DEPUIRE, DEPUIVI] : V beat thoroughly; strike, beat;

[DEPULPO, DEPULPARE, DEPULPAVI, DEPULPATUS] : V grow lean/thin; lose flesh;

[DEPULSIO, DEPULSIONIS] : N thrusting down; averting/lowering/repelling/warding off; rebuttal/rejoinder;

[DEPULSO, DEPULSARE, DEPULSAVI, DEPULSATUS] : V push/thrust away; push aside (l+s);

[DEPULSO] : push aside, thrust away.

[DEPULSOR, DEPULSORIS] : N one who repels/averts/removes/drives away; (of jupiter as averter of evil);

[DEPULSORIUM, DEPULSORII] : N spells (pl.) to avert evil;

[DEPULSORIUS, DEPULSORIA, DEPULSORIUM] : ADJ that averts evil; serving to avert (l+s);

[DEPUNGO, DEPUNGERE, DEPUPUGI, DEPUNCTUS] : V indicate by pricking (in accounts); mark off (l+s); designate;

[DEPURATUS, DEPURATA, DEPURATUM] : ADJ purified, made/become free of impurities;

[DEPURGATIO, DEPURGATIONIS] : N cleaning by purgatives; purging;

[DEPURGO, DEPURGARE, DEPURGAVI, DEPURGATUS] : V clean out/away (impurities), remove dirt/offal from; rid (things of); purge;

[DEPURO, DEPURARE, DEPURAVI, DEPURATUS] : V purify; refine; clear, discharge (of debt);

[DEPUTARI] : to be classed among, be condemned to.

[DEPUTO, DEPUTARE, DEPUTAVI, DEPUTATUS] : V prune/cut away/back; regard/esteem; define as/assign to/classify; post/second;

[DEPUTO] : to count, estimate/ prune, cut off.

[DEPUVIO, DEPUVIRE, DEPUVIVI] : V beat thoroughly; strike, beat;

[DEPYGIS, DEPYGIS, DEPYGE] : ADJ having meagre/skinny/thin buttocks;

[DERECTIO, DERECTIONIS] : N direction/act of directing; process of arranging in line/leveling/straightening;

[DERECTUS, DERECTA, DERECTUM] : ADJ straight, perpendicular;

[DERELINQUO, DERELINQUERE, DERELIQUI, DERELICTUS] : V leave behind/abandon/discard; forsake/desert; neglect; leave derelict; bequeath;

[DERELINQUO] : to forsake, desert, abandon.

[DEREPENTE] : ADV suddenly;

[DERIDEO, DERIDERE, DERISI, DERISUS] : V mock, deride, laugh at;

[DERIDEO] : to laugh at, mock, deride.

[DERIDICULUM, DERIDICULI] : N laughing-stock, ridiculousness; absurdity, rediculous thing; ridicule (cas);

[DERIDICULUS, DERIDICULA, DERIDICULUM] : ADJ very laughable;

[DERIGESCO, DERIGESCERE, DERIGUI] : V grow stiff/rigid; grow quite/very still;

[DERIGESCO] : to become stiff.

[DERIGO, DERIGERE, DEREXI, DERECTUS] : V direct, steer, guide, align, point; set in order, form up; strighten, level;

[DERIPIO, DERIPERE, DERIPUI, DEREPTUS] : V snatch away; tear off; remove;

[DERIPIO] : to tear down, snatch away.

[DERISOR, DERISORIS] : N scoffer, mocker; cynic;

[DERIVATIO, DERIVATIONIS] : N heading/turning off/away (into another channel);

[DERIVO, DERIVARE, DERIVAVI, DERIVATUS] : V draw off;

[DERODO, DERODERE, DEROSI, DEROSUS] : V gnaw/nibble away;

[DEROGO, DEROGARE, DEROGAVI, DEROGATUS] : V withdraw, take away; diminish; propose/make (modifications to a law);

[DEROSUS, DEROSA, DEROSUM] : ADJ gnawed away;

[DERUNCINO, DERUNCINARE, DERUNCINAVI, DERUNCINATUS] : V to cheat, fleece;

[DERUPTUS, DERUPTA, DERUPTUM] : ADJ craggy, steep, precipitous;

[DERUPTUS] : broken off.

[DESAEVIO, DESAEVIRE, DESAEVII] : V work off or vent one's rage; rage furiously, rage;

[DESAEVIO] : to rave furiously.

[DESCENDO, DESCENDERE, DESCENDI, DESCENSUS] : V climb down, descend; march down; dismount; penetrate; stoop; demean;

[DESCENSUS, DESCENSUS] : N decent, climbing down; way down;

[DESCENSUS] : path downward, descent, moving down.

[DESCISCO, DESCISCERE, DESCII, DESCITUS] : V desert, defect;

[DESCISCO, DESCISCERE, DESCIVI, DESCITUS] : V desert, defect;

[DESCISCO] : ;

[DESCRIBO, DESCRIBERE, DESCRIPSI, DESCRIPTUS] : V divide, distribute; describe; copy; establish;

[DESCRIBO] : to describe, register, assign.

[DESCRIPTIO, DESCRIPTIONIS] : N delineation; description;

[DESECO, DESECARE, DESECUI, DESECTUS] : V cut off;

[DESERO, DESERERE, DESERUI, DESERTUS] : V leave, abandon, desert, forsake; give up, fail;

[DESERO] : to abandon, foresake.

[DESERO] : to leave, abandon, foresake.

[DESERTIO, DESERTIONIS] : N desertion; deserting (from army); forsaking (l+s); desolation (4 ezra 3] : 2);

[DESERTOR, DESERTORIS] : N deserter; fugitive;

[DESERTUM, DESERTI] : N desert; wilderness (pl.); unfrequented places;

[DESERTUS, DESERTA, DESERTUM] : ADJ deserted, uninhabited; solitary, lonely; forsaken; desert, waste;

[DESERVIO, DESERVIRE,] : V serve diligently (w/dat), be devoted to; be subject to; be of service to;

[DESES, (GEN.), DESIDIS] : ADJ idle, lazy, inactive;

[DESIDEO, DESIDERE, DESEDI, DESESSUS] : V to sit idle, be slothful;

[DESIDERABILIS, DESIDERABILIS, DESIDERABILE] : ADJ wanted, desirable; missed;

[DESIDERANS, DESIDERANTIS (GEN.), DESIDERANTIOR -OR -US, DESIDERANTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ greatly desired or missed; (super of absent/dead persons);

[DESIDERATUS] : welcome.

[DESIDERIUM, DESIDERI(I)] : N feeling of loss; longing/desire/want/need; regret for that absent; that desired;

[DESIDERIUM] : wish, longing/ regret, grief/ want, need.

[DESIDERIUM] : wish, longing / regret, grief / want, need.

[DESIDERO, DESIDERARE, DESIDERAVI, DESIDERATUS] : V long/wish for, want, desire; miss, lack, need;

[DESIDERO] : to long for, wish for greatly, to miss.

[DESIDIA, DESIDIAE] : N indolence, idleness, sloth;

[DESIDIOSUS, DESIDIOSA -UM, DESIDIOSIOR -OR -US, DESIDIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ indolent, lazy, idle, slothful;

[DESIDIOSUS] : lazy, unmotivated.

[DESIDO, DESIDERE, DESEDI] : V sink, settle down; deteriorate;

[DESIGNATIO, DESIGNATIONIS] : N appointment, designation; marking out; specification;

[DESIGNO, DESIGNARE, DESIGNAVI, DESIGNATUS] : V point/mark out; describe; appoint, indicate, designate, denote, choose;

[DESIGNO] : designate, define, describe, mark out.

[DESIGNO] : designate, define, describe, mark out

[DESIGNO] : to define, describe, designate.

[DESIGNO] : to define, describe, designate

[DESIGNO] : to represent.

[DESILIO, DESILIRE, DESILIVI, DESULTUS] : V leap/jump down, dismount, alight; (chariot); jump headlong, venture heedlessly;

[DESILIO, DESILIRE, DESILUI, DESULTUS] : V leap/jump down, dismount, alight; (chariot); jump headlong, venture heedlessly;

[DESILIO, DESILIRE, DESULUI, DESULTUS] : V leap/jump down, dismount, alight; (chariot); jump headlong, venture heedlessly;

[DESINO (DESIIT)] : to leave off, give over, cease, stop, desist.

[DESINO, DESINERE, DESII, DESITUS] : V give up; abandon; stop, leave off, cease, desist;

[DESINO, DESINERE, DESIVI, DESITUS] : V give up; abandon; stop, leave off, cease, desist;

[DESINO, DESINERE, DESI, DESITUS] : V give up; abandon; stop, leave off, cease, desist;

[DESINO] : leave off, give over, cease, stop, end, desist.

[DESINO] : to to stop, leave off.

[DESIPIO, DESIPERE,] : V act foolishly; be out of one's mind; lose one's reason;

[DESIPIO] : to act foolishly, play the fool, make an ass of one's self.

[DESISTO, DESISTERE, DESTITI, DESTITUS] : V stop/cease/desist (from); give up, leave off; dissociate oneself (from person);

[DESISTO] : to desist from.

[DESOLATIO, DESOLATIONIS] : N desolation; desert; abandonment (souter); solitude;

[DESOLATOR, DESOLATORIS] : N that makes lonely/desolate; that/who abandons (souter);

[DESOLO, DESOLARE, DESOLAVI, DESOLATUS] : V abandon, desert; empty;

[DESOLO] : to desert, foresake, leave.

[DESOLO] : to leave desolate, abandoned, to forsake.

[DESPARATUS] : given up on / desparate.

[DESPECTATIO, DESPECTATIONIS] : N view/looking downwards;

[DESPECTIO, DESPECTIONIS] : N distain (for); act of looking down on; (w/gen);

[DESPECTIVUS] : despicable.

[DESPECTO, DESPECTARE, DESPECTAVI, DESPECTATUS] : V look down at; overlook; despise;

[DESPECTO] : overlook, dispise, look down upon.

[DESPECTUS, DESPECTUS] : N view downward, prospect, panorama; a looking down on; object of contempt;

[DESPERANTER] : ADV despairingly;

[DESPERATA] : irremediable.

[DESPERATIO, DESPERATIONIS] : N desperation, despair;

[DESPERATUS, DESPERATA, DESPERATUM] : ADJ desperate, despaired of;

[DESPERATUS] : given up on/ desparate.

[DESPERO, DESPERARE, DESPERAVI, DESPERATUS] : V despair (of); give up hope;

[DESPERO] : to be without hope, despair / despair of, give up.

[DESPERO] : to be without hope, despair/ despair of, give up.

[DESPERO] : to despair.

[DESPERO] : to have no hope, despair, give up.

[DESPICATIO, DESPICATIONIS] : N contempt;

[DESPICATUS, DESPICATUS] : N contempt;

[DESPICATUS] : despised, despicable, contempible.

[DESPICIENS] : contemptuous.

[DESPICIENTIA, DESPICIENTIAE] : N contempt (for);

[DESPICIO, DESPICERE, DESPEXI, DESPECTUS] : V look down on; disdain; despise;

[DESPICIO] : to disdain.

[DESPICIO] : to look down, regard from above, despise.

[DESPICOR] : to look down on, despise.

[DESPOLIO, DESPOLIARE, DESPOLIAVI, DESPOLIATUS] : V rob, plunder;

[DESPOLIO] : to despoil, plunder, loot, pillage, plunder.

[DESPONDEO, DESPONDERE, DESPONDI, DESPONSUS] : V promise in marriage, betroth; pledge; (animum despondede => despair/pine away);

[DESPONDEO] : to pledge, promise, vow.

[DESPONSO, DESPONSARE, DESPONSAVI, DESPONSATUS] : V promise in marriage, betroth;

[DESPOSCO] : to demand.

[DESPUMO, DESPUMARE, DESPUMAVI, DESPUMATUS] : V skim off, skim;

[DESPUMO] : to skim off/ to digest/ to foam over.

[DESPUO, DESPUERE,] : V spit out/upon, reject, abhor, spurn; spit on ground (avert evil/disease);

[DESPUO] : to spit down, spew down/ reject.

[DESQUAMO, DESQUAMARE, DESQUAMAVI, DESQUAMATUS] : V to take off the scales, to scale;

[DESQUAMO] : to scale

[DESSICO, DESSICERE, -, DESSECTUS] : V divide; penetrate through; open by force; dismember, disect;

[DESTILLO, DESTILLARE, DESTILLAVI, DESTILLATUS] : V drip, trickle down, have moisture dripping off; sprinkle; fall bit by bit;

[DESTILLO] : to distill, drip down, condense.

[DESTINATIO, DESTINATIONIS] : N designation; resolution, determination;

[DESTINATUS, DESTINATA, DESTINATUM] : ADJ resolved, resolute, firm;

[DESTINATUS] : resolute, firm, determined, with one's mind made up.

[DESTINO, DESTINARE, DESTINAVI, DESTINATUS] : V bind, assign, devote; determine, design; send, address, dedicate (bee);

[DESTINO] : [+infinitive] to determine to do something

[DESTINO] : {a person} to appoint, designate, select, commission.

[DESTINO] : to fasten down, make fast, fix / determine settle / appoint

[DESTINO] : to tie down, fasten, fix in place, determine, settle, decide.

[DESTITUO, DESTITUERE, DESTITUI, DESTITUTUS] : V desert, leave, abandon, give up; disappoint;

[DESTITUO] : to abandon, defraud.

[DESTITUO] : to place / leave in the lurch, abandon,

[DESTITUO] : to place/ leave in the lurch, abandon.

[DESTITUTIO, DESTITUTIONIS] : N desertion; letting down; betrayal;

[DESTITUTUS] : destitute of, without, wanting, lacking.

[DESTRICTUS] : severe, stern, strict, harsh.

[DESTRINGO, DESTRINGERE, DESTRINXI, DESTRICTUS] : V strip off; scrape; (of a sword) draw; graze; censure;

[DESTRUCTIO, DESTRUCTIONIS] : N destruction, demolishing, pulling down; refutation;

[DESTRUO, DESTRUERE, DESTRUXI, DESTRUCTUS] : V pull down; destroy, ruin;

[DESUBITO] : ADV suddenly;

[DESUDO] : to sweat, exert oneself.

[DESUESCO] : to be unaccustomed.

[DESUETUDO, DESUETUDINIS] : N discontinuance, disuse;

[DESUETUS] : unaccustomed, unused to.

[DESULTOR, DESULTORIS] : N rider in the circus who jumped from one horse to another;

[DESUM, DEESSE, DEFUI, DEFUTURUS] : V be wanting (w/dat), fail; abandon, desert, neglect; be away/absent/missing;

[DESUM, DESSE, DEFUI, DEFUTURUS] : V be wanting (w/dat), fail; abandon, desert, neglect; be away/absent/missing;

[DESUM] : defui ; deesse ; to fail, err, fall short, be missing, absent.

[DESUMO, DESUMERE, DESUMPSI] : V pick out, choose, select, take;

[DESUMO] : to select, elect, choose, take out.

[DESUPER] : ADV from above, from overhead;

[DESUPER] : from above.

[DESURSUM] : ADV from above, from overhead;

[DETEGO, DETEGERE, DETEXI, DETECTUS] : V uncover, expose, lay bare, reveal;

[DETEGO] : detectum ; to uncover, lay bare, disclose.

[DETEGO] : to expose.

[DETENDO, DETENDERE, DETENDI, DETENSUS] : V unstretch; (of a tent) strike; let down;

[DETERGEO, DETERGERE, DETERSI, DETERSUS] : V wipe off/away, cleanse; strip/break/sweep off, rub clean;

[DETERIOR, DETERIOR, DETERIUS] : ADJ lower, worse, poorer, meaner; less favorable; weaker; degenerate;

[DETERIUS] : ADV COMP worse, less; unfavorably;

[DETERMINO, DETERMINARE, DETERMINAVI, DETERMINATUS] : V set bounds to, limit, determine;

[DETERMINO] : to fix the limits of, set boundaries to, delimit.

[DETERO, DETERERE, DETRIVI, DETRITUS] : V rub/wear away; file away, prune; weaken, impair;

[DETERREO, DETERRERE, DETERRUI, DETERRITUS] : V deter; frighten away; discourage (from, with ne, quin, or quominus);

[DETERRIMUS, DETERRIMA, DETERRIMUM] : ADJ lowest, worst, poorest, meanest; least favorable; weakest; most degenerate;

[DETESTABILIS, DETESTABILIS, DETESTABILE] : ADJ abominable, detestable;

[DETESTABILIS] : execrable.

[DETESTATIO, DETESTATIONIS] : N solemn curse ; invocation of a curse; averting by sacrifice;

[DETESTOR, DETESTARI, -, DETESTATUS SUM] : V call down a solemn curse on; detest; avert;

[DETESTOR] : to denounce.

[DETEXO, DETEXERE, DETEXUI, DETEXTUS] : V finish weaving, complete;

[DETINEO, DETINERE, DETINUI, DETENTUS] : V hold off; hinder; detain;

[DETINEO] : hold off, hold back, detain.

[DETINEO] : to keep back, detain, hang onto.

[DETONDEO, DETONDERE, DETONDI, DETONSUS] : V shear off, strip off, cut off, clip, shear;

[DETONDEO, DETONDERE, DETOTONDI, DETONSUS] : V shear off, strip off, cut off, clip, shear;

[DETONO, DETONARE, DETONAVI, DETONATUS] : V thunder, thunder down; roar out; expend one's thunder, exhaust one's rage;

[DETORQUEO, DETORQUERE, DETORSI, DETORTUS] : V turn/twist/bend away/aside; distort, pervert, misrepresent; divert;

[DETRACTATIO, DETRACTATIONIS] : N refusal (of a task), evasion, declining; renunciation; dispargement/detraction;

[DETRACTATOR, DETRACTATORIS] : N refuser, evader, shirker; one who disparages/belittles;

[DETRACTIO, DETRACTIONIS] : N slander;

[DETRACTO, DETRACTARE, DETRACTAVI, DETRACTATUS] : V disparage/belittle, speak/write slightenly of; reduce/depreciate, detract from;

[DETRACTO, DETRACTARE, DETRACTAVI, DETRACTATUS] : V refuse (to undertake/undergo), decline, reject, evade, recoil from;

[DETRACTOR, DETRACTORIS] : N detractor, defamer;

[DETRAHO, DETRAHERE, DETRAXI, DETRACTUS] : V drag down, pull away; take away; rob; draw off, remove; detract; lessen;

[DETRAHO] : to drag off.

[DETRECTATIO, DETRECTATIONIS] : N refusal (of a task), evasion, declining; renunciation; dispargement/detraction;

[DETRECTATIO] : refusal, rejection.

[DETRECTATOR, DETRECTATORIS] : N refuser, evader, shirker; one who disparages/belittles;

[DETRECTO, DETRECTARE, DETRECTAVI, DETRECTATUS] : V disparage/belittle, speak/write slightenly of; reduce/depreciate, detract from;

[DETRECTO, DETRECTARE, DETRECTAVI, DETRECTATUS] : V refuse (to undertake/undergo), decline, reject, evade, recoil from;

[DETRECTO] : refuse, dissent, decline, reject.

[DETRIMENTOSUS, DETRIMENTOSA, DETRIMENTOSUM] : ADJ detrimental, hurtful;

[DETRIMENTUM, DETRIMENTI] : N detriment; loss, damage; defeat;

[DETRIMENTUM] : damage, loss, detriment.

[DETRIMENTUM] : defeat, damage.

[DETRUDO, DETRUDERE, DETRUSI, DETRUSUS] : V thrust down or from; expel; dispossess; reduce; postpone;

[DETRUDO] : to thrust down.

[DETRUNCO, DETRUNCARE, DETRUNCAVI, DETRUNCATUS] : V lop off; behead; mutilate;

[DETURBO, DETURBARE, DETURBAVI, DETURBATUS] : V drive off; dislodge;

[DEUNX, DEUNCIS] : N eleven-twelfths of a unit;

[DEURO, DEURERE, DEUSSI, DEUSTUS] : V burn down; (of cold) wither;

[DEUS NOBISCUM, QUIS CONTRA? ] : PHRASE if god is for us, who can be against us?

[DEUS, DEI] : N god; god (christian text); divine essence/being, supreme being; statue of god;

[DEUS] : god.

[DEUTERONOMIUM, DEUTERONOMII] : N copy of the law; fifth book of the bible;

[DEVASTO, DEVASTARE, DEVASTAVI, DEVASTATUS] : V lay waste;

[DEVASTO] : to lay waste, ravage.

[DEVEHO, DEVEHERE, DEVEXI, DEVECTUS] : V carry away, remove; convey;

[DEVEHOR, DEVEHI, -, DEVECTUS SUM] : V travel downstream;

[DEVENEROR, DEVENERARI, -, DEVENERATUS SUM] : V exorcise; ward off by religous rites;

[DEVENIO, DEVENIRE, DEVENI, DEVENTUS] : V come to, arrive (at), reach; land; turn (to);

[DEVENIO] : to come to, arrive at, reach.

[DEVERSOR, DEVERSARI, -, DEVERSATUS SUM] : V put up at an inn; lodge;

[DEVERSORIOLUM, DEVERSORIOLI] : N small lodging;

[DEVERSORIUM, DEVERSORI(I)] : N inn, lodging house;

[DEVERTICULUM, DEVERTICULI] : N by-road, side way; digression; port of call; inn, tavern, lodging; refuge;

[DEVERTO, DEVERTERE, DEVERTI, DEVERSUS] : V divert, turn away/aside/in; digress; separate, oppose;

[DEVEXUS, DEVEXA, DEVEXUM] : ADJ sloping, inclining, shelving; steep; prone;

[DEVIA] : lonely, unfrequented places.

[DEVIA] : out-of-the-way roads.

[DEVINCIO, DEVINCIRE, DEVINXI, DEVINCTUS] : V tie up, bind fast; obligate, oblige; unite closely;

[DEVINCO, DEVINCERE, DEVICI, DEVICTUS] : V subdue; defeat decisively, conquer entirely;

[DEVINCO] : to subdue.

[DEVIO] : to turn from the straight road.

[DEVIRGINO, DEVIRGINARE, DEVIRGINAVI, DEVIRGINATUS] : V deflower, deprive of virginity; violate, ravish;

[DEVITO, DEVITARE, DEVITAVI, DEVITATUS] : V avoid;

[DEVITO] : to avoid.

[DEVIUS, DEVIA, DEVIUM] : ADJ out-of-the-way devious, straying;

[DEVIUS] : inconstan.

[DEVOCO, DEVOCARE, DEVOCAVI, DEVOCATUS] : V call down or away; summon;

[DEVOCO] : to call away, call down, call aside.

[DEVOLO, DEVOLARE, DEVOLAVI, DEVOLATUS] : V fly down or away; hasten down, hasten away;

[DEVOLVO, DEVOLVERE, DEVOLVI, DEVOLUTUS] : V roll down;

[DEVORATIO, DEVORATIONIS] : N devouring; gobbling up;

[DEVORO, DEVORARE, DEVORAVI, DEVORATUS] : V devour; consume, absorb, drink in; gulp down; use up; waste;

[DEVORO] : to devour.

[DEVORSORIUM, DEVORSORI(I)] : N inn, lodging house;

[DEVORTIUM, DEVORTII] : N by-way, by-path;

[DEVOTATIO, DEVOTATIONIS] : N consecration, making of vows; curse (douay);

[DEVOTIO, DEVOTIONIS] : N devotion/consecrating; fealty/allegiance; piety; prayer; zeal; consideration;

[DEVOTIO, DEVOTIONIS] : N devotion of general/army to infernal gods for country; curse; spell/sorcery;

[DEVOTIO] : (Christian) piety, devotion, zeal.

[DEVOTIO] : piety.

[DEVOTUS, DEVOTA, DEVOTUM] : ADJ devoted, attached, faithful; bowed, accursed; devout;

[DEVOVEO, DEVOVERE, DEVOVI, DEVOTUS] : V devote, consecrate; vow; curse; bewitch;

[DEVOVEO] : to consecrate, sacrifice, devote/ curse, execrate.

[DEVOVEO] : to consecrate, sacrifice, devote / curse, execrate.

[DEXTANS, DEXTANTIS] : N measure/weight of ten unciae (ten ounces); (ten-twelfths of a unit);

[DEXTELLA, DEXTELLAE] : N little right hand;

[DEXTER, DEXTRA -UM, DEXTERIOR -OR -US, DEXTIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ skillful, dexterous; favorable, fortunate; right, on the right hand;

[DEXTER, DEXTRA, DEXTRUM] : ADJ skillful, dexterous; favorable, fortunate; right, on the right hand;

[DEXTER] : right, on the right.

[DEXTERA, DEXTERAE] : N right hand, right side; pledge;

[DEXTERA] : the right hand.

[DEXTERE] : ADV skillfully;

[DEXTRA, DEXTRAE] : N right hand, right side; pledge;

[DEXTRALE, DEXTRALIS] : N bracelet;

[DEXTRALIOLUM, DEXTRALIOLI] : N little/small bracelet;

[DEXTRORSUM] : ADV on the right, towards the right;

[DEXTRORSUS] : ADV on the right, towards the right;

[DIA] : ADV by day; for a long time; quam diu -- as long as;

[DIABOLICUS, DIABOLICA, DIABOLICUM] : ADJ devilish/diabolic; characteristic of/proceeding/derived from the devil;

[DIABOLUS, DIABOLI] : N devil; prince of evil/darkness; satan; evil one;

[DIABOLUS] : devil, Satan.

[DIABULUS, DIABULI] : N devil; prince of evil/darkness; satan; evil one;

[DIACON, DIACONIS] : N deacon; cleric of minor orders (first/highest level);

[DIACONATUS, DIACONATI] : N deaconate, office/position of deaconship;

[DIACONUS, DIACONI] : N deacon;

[DIACONUS, DIACONI] : N deacon; cleric of minor orders (first/highest level);

[DIADEMA, DIADEMAE] : N diadem, crown; oriental headband;

[DIADEMA] : diadem, abbot's mitre .

[DIADEMATUS, DIADEMATA, DIADEMATUM] : ADJ crowned, waring a diadem;

[DIAETA, DIAETAE] : N way of living prescribed by a physician, regimen, diet;

[DIALECTICA, DIALECTICAE] : N art of reasoning; logic;

[DIALECTICE] : ADV according to the dialectical method, dialectically; logically;

[DIALECTICUM, DIALECTICI] : N art of reasoning; logic;

[DIALECTICUS, DIALECTICI] : N dialectician, academic philosopher; logician, one who studies logic;

[DIALECTICUS, DIALECTICA, DIALECTICUM] : ADJ dialectical, logical; of process of reasoning (dialectical method of academy);

[DIALECTOS, DIALECTI] : N dialect; form of speech;

[DIALIS, DIALIS, DIALE] : ADJ of jupiter; (flamen dialis => priest of jupiter); aerial, heavenly;

[DIALOGUS, DIALOGI] : N philosophical conversation;

[DIANA, DIANAE] : N diana, goddess of light and of the moon; the moon;

[DIAPASON] : whole octave.

[DIAPENTE] : fifth.

[DIAPSALM, DIAPSALMIS] : N pause in music;

[DIARIA] : daily allowance of pay, food.

[DIATESSERON] : fourth.

[DIATRIBA, DIATRIBAE] : N school (for rhetoric/philosophy);

[DIBAPHUS, DIBAPHA, DIBAPHUM] : ADJ double-dyed;

[DIBAPHUS, DIBAPHI] : N purple-striped robe;

[DICACITAS, DICACITATIS] : N mordant or caustic raillery; biting wit;

[DICAX, (GEN.), DICACIS] : ADJ witty, smart, sarcastic;

[DICCECO, DISSECARE, DISSECAVI, DICCECATUS] : V cut apart, cut in pieces;

[DICCICO, DISSICARE, DISSICAVI, DICCICATUS] : V cut apart, cut in pieces;

[DICHOREUS, DICHOREI] : N double trochee;

[DICIO, DICIONIS] : N authority; rule, domain, sway; control;

[DICO MANDATUM LEGATIONIS] : to relay a message.

[DICO, DICARE, DICAVI, DICATUS] : V dedicate, consecrate, set apart; devote; offer;

[DICO, DICERE, ADDITIONAL, FORMS] : V say, talk; tell, call; name, designate; assert; set, appoint; plead; order;

[DICO, DICERE, DIXI, DICTUS] : V say, talk; tell, call; name, designate; assert; set, appoint; plead; order;

[DICO] : (dictum ) to say, tell, speak, name, call, pronounce.

[DICO] : to say.

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

[DICTAMNUM, DICTAMNI] : N dittany (an herb); also pennyroyal;

[DICTAMNUS, DICTAMNI] : N dittany (an herb); also pennyroyal;

[DICTATA] : things dictated, lessons, presents.

[DICTATOR, DICTATORIS] : N dictator;

[DICTATOR] : dictator.

[DICTATORIUS, DICTATORIA, DICTATORIUM] : ADJ of a dictator; dictatorial;

[DICTATUM, DICTATI] : N things dictated (pl.); dictated lessons or exercises; lessons; precepts;

[DICTATURA, DICTATURAE] : N dictatorship;

[DICTERIUM, DICTERII] : N joke, witticism;

[DICTIO, DICTIONIS] : N saying; prediction; jurisdiction; pleading, defense; delivery, speech;

[DICTITO, DICTITARE, DICTITAVI, DICTITATUS] : V keep on saying; say/plead often;

[DICTITO] : to say often, reiterate.

[DICTO, DICTARE, DICTAVI, DICTATUS] : V say repeatedly/often/frequently; dictate (for writing); compose;

[DICTO] : to say often, dictate, get written down.

[DICTRICTIO, DISTRICTIONIS] : N condition of having one's attention elsewhere; distraction;

[DICTRINCTIO, DISTRINCTIONIS] : N condition of having one's attention elsewhere; distraction;

[DICTUM, DICTI] : N saying, word; maxim; bon mot, witticism; order;

[DICTUM, FACTUM. ] : PHRASE said and done.

[DICTUM] : word, dictate.

[DICTUS DICTUS] : a saying, a speech.

[DICTUS DICTUS] : a saying, a speech

[DIDICERAT] : (?) Herimann, p. 281.

[DIDICO] : to be told (Herimann cap. 39, 44).

[DIDO DIDIDI DIDTUM] : to separate, divide, distribute.

[DIDO, DIDERE, DIDI, DITUS] : V distribute; spread;

[DIDO, DIDONIS] : N dido;

[DIDRACHM, DIDRACHMATIS] : N greek silver coin, double drachma; (1/3000 talent) (half dollar);

[DIDRACHMA, DIDRACHMAE] : N greek silver coin, double drachma; (1/3000 talent) (half dollar);

[DIDRACHMON, DIDRACHMI] : N greek silver coin, double drachma; (1/3000 talent) (half dollar);

[DIDRAGMA, DIDRAGMAE] : N greek silver coin, double drachma; (1/3000 talent) (half dollar);

[DIDRAGMON, DIDRAGMI] : N greek silver coin, double drachma; (1/3000 talent) (half dollar);

[DIDUCO, DIDUCERE, DIDUXI, DIDUCTUS] : V draw or lead aside, separate, divide, scatter, open out;

[DIECULA, DIECULAE] : N little day, a short time;

[DIEM PERDIDI! ] : PHRASE i have lost a day!

[DIERECTUS, DIERECTA, DIERECTUM] : ADJ go and be hanged! (w/hinc);

[DIES DIEI] : day

[DIES DIEI] : day.

[DIES, DIEI] : N day; daylight; festival; time; lifetime, age; (multo ~ => late in the day);

[DIFAX, (GEN.), DIFACIS] : ADJ two-faced;

[DIFFAMA] : tus ; spread around, made known.

[DIFFAMATUS, DIFFAMATA, DIFFAMATUM] : ADJ defemed, maligned, given a bad name; spread about;

[DIFFAMO, DIFFAMARE, DIFFAMAVI, DIFFAMATUS] : V spread the news of; slander;

[DIFFAMO] : to proclaim.

[DIFFERENS, DIFFERENTIS] : N difference/distinction; differentiating/distinguishing characteristic;

[DIFFERENS, DIFFERENTIS (GEN.), DIFFERENTIOR -OR -US, DIFFERENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ different; superior; excellent;

[DIFFERENTER, DIFFERENTIUS, DIFFERENTISSIME] : ADV differently;

[DIFFERENTIA, DIFFERENTIAE] : N difference/diversity/distinction; distinguishing characteristic; different kind;

[DIFFERITAS, DIFFERITATIS] : N difference;

[DIFFERO, DIFFERRE, DISTULI, DILATUS] : V put off; delay; differ; spread, publish, scatter, disperse;

[DIFFERO] : to delay, postpone/ to differ, be different.

[DIFFERO] : to delay, postpone / to differ, be different.

[DIFFERO] : to hesitate.

[DIFFERO] : to spread about, spread news/ harrass, disturb.

[DIFFERO] : to spread news / delay, defer, postpone.

[DIFFERO] : to spread news/ delay, defer, postpone.

[DIFFERO] : to spread about, spread news / harrass, disturb.

[DIFFERTUS, DIFFERTA, DIFFERTUM] : ADJ fined, crowded;

[DIFFERTUS] : stuffed full, crammed, jammed.

[DIFFICILE EST SATURAM NON SCRIBERE. ] : PHRASE it is hard not to write satire.

[DIFFICILIS, DIFFICILE, DIFFICILIOR -OR -US, DIFFICILLIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ difficult; hard; hard to manage, obstinate. intractable; morose;

[DIFFICILIS] : difficult, hard, troublesome.

[DIFFICULTAS, DIFFICULTATIS] : N difficulty; trouble; hardship; intractability;

[DIFFICULTAS] : difficulty, need, trouble, distress.

[DIFFICULTER] : ADV with difficulty; hardly;

[DIFFIDENS] : without self-confidence, distrusting.

[DIFFIDENTIA, DIFFIDENTIAE] : N mistrust, distrust; unbelief;

[DIFFIDENTIA] : disobedience.

[DIFFIDO, DIFFIDERE, -, DIFFISUS SUM] : V distrust; despair; (w/dat) lack confidence (in), despair (of);

[DIFFIDO] : to be distrustful, distrust, despair.

[DIFFINDO, DIFFINDERE, DIFFIDI, DIFFISSUS] : V split; put off;

[DIFFINGO, DIFFINGERE,] : V remodel, transform, make anew;

[DIFFINIO] : to terminate.

[DIFFITEOR, DIFFITERI,] : V disavow, deny;

[DIFFLUO, DIFFLUERE, DIFFLUXI, DIFFLUCTUS] : V flow away in all directions; melt away; waste away;

[DIFFRINGO, DIFFRINGARE, -, DIFFRACTUS] : V to shatter;

[DIFFUGIO, DIFFUGERE, DIFFUGI] : V flee in different directions, scatter, disperse;

[DIFFUNDO, DIFFUNDERE, DIFFUNDI, DIFFUSUS] : V pour out/forth, spread out, diffuse; cheer up;

[DIFFUNDO] : to spread, pour forth, scatter.

[DIFFUSILIS, DIFFUSILIS, DIFFUSILE] : ADJ capable of spreading, elastic;

[DIFFUSUS, DIFFUSA, DIFFUSUM] : ADJ spread out; wide; cheered up;

[DIFFUSUS] : outspread.

[DIGERO, DIGERERE, DIGESSI, DIGESTUS] : V distribute; arrange;

[DIGERO] : to relate in order, dispose.

[DIGESTOR] : arranger, composer, one who makes a pattern.

[DIGITULUS, DIGITULI] : N little finger; the touch of a finger;

[DIGITUS, DIGITI] : N finger; toe; a finger's breath;

[DIGLADIO] : to run through with swords.

[DIGLADIOR, DIGLADIARI, -, DIGLADIATUS SUM] : V to flourish the sword; to fight, struggle fiercely;

[DIGNANTER] : courteously.

[DIGNATIO, DIGNATIONIS] : N esteem; repute; rank;

[DIGNITAS, DIGNITATIS] : N worth; dignity, position, rank; authority, office; self-respect, grace;

[DIGNITAS] : merit, worth, prestige, dignity.

[DIGNITAS] : rank, dignity.

[DIGNO, DIGNARE, DIGNAVI, DIGNATUS] : V deem/consider/think worthy/becoming/deserving/fit (to); deign, condescend;

[DIGNOR, DIGNARI, -, DIGNATUS SUM] : V deem/consider/think worthy/becoming/deserving/fit (to); deign, condescend;

[DIGNOR] : to deign.

[DIGNOSCO DIGNOSCO] : to distinguish, recognize as different.

[DIGNOSCO, DIGNOSCERE,] : V discern, distinguish, be able to separate;

[DIGNUS, DIGNA, DIGNUM] : ADJ worthy, worthy of, deserving, deserved; fit, proper;

[DIGNUS] : (+ abl.) worthy, worthy of, meritorious.

[DIGNUS] : worthy

[DIGNUS] : worthy.

[DIGREDIOR DIGREDI DIGRESSUS] : to depart, deviate, digress.

[DIGREDIOR, DIGREDI, -, DIGRESSUS SUM] : V come/go away, depart; digress, leave (subject of discussion);

[DIGRESSIO, DIGRESSIONIS] : N going away; digression;

[DIGRESSIO] : separation, departure, digression.

[DIGRESSUS, DIGRESSUS] : N departure, digression;

[DIGRESSUS] : separation, departure, digression.

[DIGRUNNIO, DIGRUNNIRE,] : V give a performance of grunting; grunt hard (l+s);

[DII MINORES ] : PHRASE lesser gods.

[DIIUDICO, DIIUDICARE, DIIUDICAVI, DIIUDICATUS] : V decide, adjudicate;

[DILABOR, DILABI, -, DILAPSUS SUM] : V fall apart or to pieces; disperse; melt away; decay; disperse;

[DILABOR] : , to break up, scatter, dissolve, slip away, fall apart.

[DILABOR] : to perish.

[DILACERO, DILACERARE, DILACERAVI, DILACERATUS] : V tear to pieces, tear in pieces;

[DILAMINO, DILAMINARE, DILAMINAVI, DILAMINATUS] : V to split in two;

[DILANIO, DILANIARE, DILANIAVI, DILANIATUS] : V tear to pieces;

[DILANIO] : to tear to pieces.

[DILARGIOR, DILARGIRI, -, DILARGITUS SUM] : V give away freely;

[DILATATIO, DILATATIONIS] : N increase, enlargement; entension; breadth; exulation; diffusiom/propagation;

[DILATATIO] : enlargement, expansion, extension.

[DILATIO, DILATIONIS] : N adjournment; postponement, delay; interval of space;

[DILATIO] : a delay, postponement.

[DILATO, DILATARE, DILATAVI, DILATATUS] : V make wider, enlarge, extend, dilate;

[DILATO] : to spread out, extend, expand, increase.

[DILECTIO, DILECTIONIS] : N love; delight, pleasure (bee); goodwill;

[DILECTIO] : love, solicitude, esteem.

[DILECTISSIMUS] : most beloved, dearest.

[DILECTOR] : lover.

[DILECTUS, DILECTA -UM, DILECTIOR -OR -US, DILECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ beloved, loved, dear;

[DILECTUS, DILECTUS] : N selection/choosing; choice (between posibilities), discrimination/distinction;

[DILECTUS, DILECTUS] : N levy/draft/conscription; enlistment, recruiting, mustering; levy/men enrolled;

[DILECTUS, DILECTUS] : N selection, choosing; levy, draft, conscription; enlistment, recruiting;

[DILGENTER] : attentively, earnestly, carefully, diligently.

[DILIGENS, DILIGENTIS (GEN.), DILIGENTIOR -OR -US, DILIGENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ careful; accurate; thrifty, frugal, diligent, industrious;

[DILIGENS] : diligent, careful.

[DILIGENTER, DILIGENTIUS, DILIGENTISSIME] : ADV carefully; diligently, industriously;

[DILIGENTER] : attentively, earnestly, carefully, diligently.

[DILIGENTIA, DILIGENTIAE] : N diligence, care, attentiveness; economy, frugality; industry;

[DILIGENTIA] : diligence, industry, perseverance, persistence.

[DILIGO, DILIGERE, DILEXI, DILECTUS] : V select, pick, single out; love, value, esteem; approve, aspire to, appreciate;

[DILIGO] : to choose out, esteem highly, prize, love.

[DILIGO] : to value highly.

[DILITATIO] : dilatatio ; enlarging.

[DILORICO, DILORICARE, DILORICAVI, DILORICATUS] : V to tear open;

[DILUCESCO, DILUCESCERE, DILUXI] : V dawn, become light;

[DILUCIDUS, DILUCIDA, DILUCIDUM] : ADJ plain, distinct, lucid;

[DILUCULO] : dawn, daybreak.

[DILUCULUM, DILUCULI] : N break of day, dawn;

[DILUDICO, DILUDICARE, DILUDICAVI, DILUDICATUS] : V decide, determine; distinguish;

[DILUDIUM, DILUDII] : N an interval, breathing-space;

[DILUNGO, DILUNGERE, DILUNXI, DILUNCTUS] : V unyoke; disunite, sever, divide, separate, part, estrange;

[DILUO, DILUERE, DILUI, DILUTUS] : V wash (off); temper; dilute] : dissolve; weaken; refute;

[DILUO] : (of troubles) to remove, resolve.

[DILUTUS, DILUTA, DILUTUM] : ADJ diluted, weakened;

[DILUVIES, DILUVIEI] : N inundation, flood;

[DILUVIUM, DILUVI(I)] : N inundation, flood;

[DIMETIOR, DIMETIRI, -, DIMENSUS SUM] : V measure out/off; (space/time/words); weigh out, measure by weight; lay out;

[DIMETO, DIMETARE, DIMETAVI, DIMETATUS] : V measure, mark out;

[DIMETOR, DIMETARI, -, DIMETATUS SUM] : V measure, mark out;

[DIMICATIO, DIMICATIONIS] : N fight struggle, contest; combat;

[DIMICO, DIMICARE, DIMICAVI, DIMICATUS] : V fight, struggle, contend, strive; be in conflict/peril; risk, hazard;

[DIMICO] : to contend, struggle.

[DIMIDIATUS, DIMIDIATA, DIMIDIATUM] : ADJ halved, divided, half;

[DIMIDIETAS, DIMIDIETATIS] : N half;

[DIMIDIO, DIMIDIARE, DIMIDIAVI, DIMIDIATUS] : V halve, divide in half/two;

[DIMIDIUM FACTI QUI COEPIT HABET. ] : PHRASE half is done when the beginning is done.

[DIMIDIUM, DIMIDI(I)] : N half;

[DIMIDIUM] : half.

[DIMIDIUS, DIMIDIA, DIMIDIUM] : ADJ half; broken;

[DIMINUTIO, DIMINUTIONIS] : N diminution, decrease; (capitis ~ => loss of civil rights, civil death);

[DIMISSUS, DIMISSA, DIMISSUM] : ADJ low-lying; hanging down; downcast; humble; unassuming; (of the voice) low;

[DIMITTO, DIMITTERE, DIMISI, DIMISSUS] : V send away, send around; scatter; disband, dismiss; give up, abandon, desert;

[DIMITTO] : to break up, dismiss, leave, abandon, leave behind.

[DIMITTO] : to break up, dismiss, abandon, leave behind.

[DIMITTO] : to leave, forgive, send away, turn over, bequeath.

[DIMMINUO, DIMMINUERE,] : V to dash to pieces;

[DIMOVEO, DIMOVERE, DIMOVI, DIMOTUS] : V separate; put aside; remove;

[DINOSCO, DINOSCERE,] : V discern, distinguish, be able to separate;

[DINUMERATIO, DINUMERATIONIS] : N action/process of counting/reckoning, calculation; enumeration of points;

[DINUMERO, DINUMERARE, DINUMERAVI, DINUMERATUS] : V count, enumerate;

[DIOECESIS, DIOECESIS] : N governor's jurisdiction/district; (later) bishop's jurisdiction, dioecse;

[DIOECESIS, DIOECESOS/IS] : N governor's jurisdiction/district; (later) bishop's jurisdiction, dioecse;

[DIOECETES, DIOECETAE] : N revenue official or treasurer;

[DIOTA, DIOTAE] : N two-handled winejar;

[DIOVIS, DIOVIS] : N jupiter; (italian sky god); (supreme being); heavens/sky (poetic);

[DIPLOIS, DIPLOIDIS] : N robe; cloak; double robe wrapped around body; double wrapping; layer (souter);

[DIPLOMA, DIPLOMATIS] : N letter of recommendation;

[DIPONDIUS, DIPONDI(I)] : N two asses (weight/money) (two pounds); two feet (linear measure); need, want;

[DIPSAS, DIPSADIS] : N snake (whose bite provokes thirst); (as name 'thristy woman');

[DIPUNDIUS, DIPUNDI(I)] : N two asses (weight/money) (two pounds); two feet (linear measure); need, want;

[DIRA NECESSITAS. ] : PHRASE the dire necessity.

[DIRECTIO, DIRECTIONIS] : N aiming; sending (to place); right living; fairness/right/justice; correction;

[DIRECTIO, DIRECTIONIS] : N direction/act of directing; arranging in line/leveling/straightening; line;

[DIRECTUS, DIRECTA, DIRECTUM] : ADJ straight, vertical; steep; direct, simple;

[DIRECTUS] : plain, simple, direct, open, straightforward.

[DIREMPTIO] : separation.

[DIREPTIO, DIREPTIONIS] : N plundering;

[DIREPTIO] : destruction, devastation, desolation.

[DIREPTOR, DIREPTORIS] : N plunderer;

[DIRIBEO, DIRIBERE, -, DIRIBITUS] : V to sort tablets when taken out of the ballot box;

[DIRIBITIO, DIRIBITIONIS] : N sorting of voting tablets;

[DIRIBITOR, DIRIBITORIS] : N officer who sorted voting tablets;

[DIRIGO, DIRIGERE, DIREXI, DIRECTUS] : V direct, steer, guide, align, point; set in order, form up; strighten, level;

[DIRIGO] : to arrange, "send out" a letter or ambassador.

[DIRIMO, DIRIMERE, DIREMI, DIREMPTUS] : V divide, pull apart, separate, break up, dissolve; interrupt, delay;

[DIRIPIO, DIRIPERE, DIRIPUI, DIREPTUS] : V tear apart/to pieces/asunder; lay waste, plunder, pillage; seize and divide;

[DIRIPIO] : to plunder, tear to pieces.

[DIRIPIO] : to separate, tear apart / pillage, devastate, lay waste.

[DIRIPIO] : to separate, tear apart/ pillage, devastate, lay waste.

[DIRIPIO] : to tear in pieces, lay waste, devastate, plunder.

[DIRITER] : abominably.

[DIRRUMPO, DIRRUMPERE, DIRRUPI, DIRRUPTUS] : V cause to break apart/off, shatter/burst/split, disrupt/sever; (pass) get broken;

[DIRUMPO, DIRUMPERE, DIRUPI, DIRUPTUS] : V cause to break apart/off, shatter/burst/split, disrupt/sever; (pass) get broken;

[DIRUNITAS] : long duration.

[DIRUO, DIRUERE, DIRUI, DIRUTUS] : V destroy, pull down, raze to the ground, demolish; overthrow;

[DIRUO] : to demolish, destroy, ruin.

[DIRUO] : to destroy

[DIRUS, DIRA, DIRUM] : ADJ fearful, cruel, awful, horrible; fierce;

[DIRUS] : abominable.

[DIS, (GEN.), DITIS] : ADJ rich;

[DIS] : rich, possessing wealth or worth.

[DISCEDO, DISCEDERE, DISCESSI, DISCESSUS] : V go/march off, depart, withdraw; scatter, dissipate; abandon; lay down (arms);

[DISCEDO] : (discessum ) to break up, depart, go away, pass away.

[DISCEDO] : to depart from, deviate, leave.

[DISCEDO] : to depart from, deviate, leave

[DISCEDO] : to go away.

[DISCEPTATIO, DISCEPTATIONIS] : N debate;

[DISCEPTATOR, DISCEPTATORIS] : N arbitrator;

[DISCEPTO, DISCEPTARE, DISCEPTAVI, DISCEPTATUS] : V dispute; debate; arbitrate;

[DISCERNO, DISCERNERE, DISCREVI, DISCRETUS] : V see, discern; distinguish, separate;

[DISCERPO, DISCERPERE, DISCERPSI, DISCERPTUS] : V pluck or tear in pieces; rend, mutilate, mangle;

[DISCERPO] : to dismember, disjoint, sever/ divide, break up.

[DISCERPO] : to dismember, disjoint, sever / divide, break up.

[DISCERPO] : to mangle.

[DISCESSIO, DISCESSIONIS] : N withdrawal, dispersal;

[DISCESSIO] : f, management, ordering, direction

[DISCESSIO] : f, management, ordering, direction.

[DISCESSUS, DISCESSUS] : N going apart; separation departure, marching off;

[DISCIDIUM, DISCIDI(I)] : N separation, divorce, discord;

[DISCIDIUM] : separation, division, disagreement, tearing apart.

[DISCIDO, DISCIDERE,] : V to cut in pieces;

[DISCINCTUS, DISCINCTA, DISCINCTUM] : ADJ wearing loose clothes; easy-going;

[DISCINDO, DISCINDERE, DISCIDI, DISCISSUS] : V cut in two, divide;

[DISCIPLINA, DISCIPLINAE] : N teaching, instruction, education; training; discipline, method, science;

[DISCIPLINA] : teaching.

[DISCIPLINATUS, DISCIPLINATA, DISCIPLINATUM] : ADJ diciplined; instructed/trained/learned/skillful; ordered; of good character;

[DISCIPULA, DISCIPULAE] : N female pupil;

[DISCIPULUS, DISCIPULI] : N student, pupil, trainee; follower, disciple;

[DISCIPULUS] : disciple, student, learner, pupil.

[DISCLUDO, DISCLUDERE, DISCLUSI, DISCLUSUS] : V divide, separate, keep apart; shut off;

[DISCO, DISCERE, DIDICI] : V learn; become acquainted with; acquire knowledge of;

[DISCO] : to learn, become acquainted with.

[DISCOLOR, (GEN.), DISCOLORIS] : ADJ another color, not of the same color; of different/party colors; variegated;

[DISCONVENIO, DISCONVENIRE,] : V be inconsistent, be different;

[DISCOOPERIO, DISCOOPERIRE, DISCOOPERUI, DISCOOPERTUS] : V expose, bare, lay bare, uncover; disclose; put/take off, remove;

[DISCOPERIO, DISCOPERIRE, DISCOPERUI, DISCOPERTUS] : V expose, bare, lay bare, uncover; disclose; put/take off, remove;

[DISCORDIA, DISCORDIAE] : N disagreement, discord;

[DISCORDIA] : disagreement.

[DISCORDIOSUS, DISCORDIOSA, DISCORDIOSUM] : ADJ full of discord, mutinous;

[DISCORDIUM, DISCORDI(I)] : N discord, dissension;

[DISCORDO, DISCORDARE, DISCORDAVI, DISCORDATUS] : V be at variance, quarrel; be different;

[DISCORS, (GEN.), DISCORDIS] : ADJ warring, disagreeing, inharmonious; discordant, at variance; inconsistent;

[DISCREPO, DISCREPARE, DISCREPUI, DISCREPATUS] : V be out of tune; disagree, differ;

[DISCREPO] : to differ, to be diifferent, vary, disagree.

[DISCRETIO] : distinction.

[DISCRETUS, DISCRETA, DISCRETUM] : ADJ separate, situated/put apart; distinguished/differentiated; discreet/wise (bee);

[DISCRIBO, DISCRIBERE, DISCRIPSI, DISCRIPTUS] : V divide, assign, distribute;

[DISCRIMEN, DISCRIMINIS] : N crisis, separating line, division; distinction, difference;

[DISCRIMEN] : difference, hazard.

[DISCRIMINALE, DISCRIMINALIS] : N hair-pin, long pin/ornament used to preserve hair part; bodkin/hair pin (douay);

[DISCRIMINO, DISCRIMINARE, DISCRIMINAVI, DISCRIMINATUS] : V divide up, separate;

[DISCRIMINO] : to separate .

[DISCRIPTIO, DISCRIPTIONIS] : N assignment, division;

[DISCRUCIO, DISCRUCIARE, DISCRUCIAVI, DISCRUCIATUS] : V torture;

[DISCUBITUS, DISCUBITUS] : N seat; dining couch;

[DISCULCIO, DISCULCIARE, DISCULCIAVI, DISCULCIATUS] : V unshoe; remove the shoe from;

[DISCUMBO, DISCUMBERE, DISCUBUI, DISCUBITUS] : V sit (to eat), recline at table; lie down; go to bed;

[DISCURRO, DISCURRERE, DISCURRI, DISCURSUS] : V run off in different directions; run/dash around/about; wander; roam;

[DISCURRO, DISCURRERE, DISCUCURRI, DISCURSUS] : V run off in different directions; run/dash around/about; wander; roam;

[DISCURRO] : to run to and fro.

[DISCURSUS, DISCURSUS] : N running about; separate lion, dispersal;

[DISCUS, DISCI] : N discus;

[DISCUTIO, DISCUTERE, DISCUSSI, DISCUSSUS] : V strike down; shatter, shake violently; dissipate, bring to naught;

[DISCUTIO] : to dissipate.

[DISERTITUDO, DISERTITUTINIS] : N eloquence; skillfully expression;

[DISERTUS, DISERTA, DISERTUM] : ADJ eloquent; skillfully expressed;

[DISICIO, DISICERE, DISJECI, DISJECTUS] : V ruin; destroy; rout; disperse; squander; frustrate; dispel, end;

[DISICIO, DISICERE, DISJECI, DISJECTUS] : V break up; scatter; drive apart; separate into two halves, halve, divide;

[DISICIO] : to lay in ruins.

[DISJICIO, DISJICERE, DISJECI, DISJECTUS] : V ruin; destroy; rout; disperse; squander; frustrate; dispel, end;

[DISJICIO, DISJICERE, DISJECI, DISJECTUS] : V break up; scatter; drive apart; separate into two halves, halve, divide;

[DISJUNGO, DISJUNGERE, DISJUNXI, DISJUNCTUS] : V unyoke; disunite, sever, divide, separate, part, estrange;

[DISPAR, (GEN.), DISPARIS] : ADJ unequal, disparate, unlike;

[DISPAREO, DISPARERE, DISPARUI, DISPARITUS] : V disappear, vanish, vanish out of sight;

[DISPARO, DISPARARE, DISPARAVI, DISPARATUS] : V separate, divide;

[DISPARTIO, DISPARTIRE, DISPARTIVI, DISPARTITUS] : V divide (up); distribute; assign; separate into lots/groups;

[DISPARTIOR, DISPARTIRI, -, DISPARTITUS SUM] : V divide (up); distribute; assign; separate into lots/groups;

[DISPELLO, DISPELLERE, DISPULI, DISPULSUS] : V drive apart or away; disperse;

[DISPENDIUM, DISPENDI(I)] : N expense, cost; loss;

[DISPENSATIO, DISPENSATIONIS] : N management; stewardship;

[DISPENSATIO] : distribution, stewardship.

[DISPENSATOR, DISPENSATORIS] : N steward; attendant; treasurer;

[DISPENSO, DISPENSARE, DISPENSAVI, DISPENSATUS] : V manage; dispense, distribute; pay out; arrange;

[DISPERDO, DISPERDERE, DISPERDIDI, DISPERDITUS] : V destroy/ruin utterly; ruin (property/fortunes/persons);

[DISPERDO, DISPERDERE, DISPERDI, DISPERDITUS] : V destroy/ruin utterly; ruin (property/fortunes/persons);

[DISPERDO] : to destroy.

[DISPEREO, DISPERIRE, DISPERIVI(II), DISPERITUS] : V perish/die; be destroyed; be ruined/lost/undone (completely) (l+s); disappear;

[DISPERGO, DISPERGERE, DISPERSI, DISPERSUS] : V scatter (about), disperse;

[DISPERGO] : to scatter.

[DISPERSE] : ADV sporadically; here and there;

[DISPERSIM] : ADV sporadically; here and there;

[DISPERSIO, DISPERSIONIS] : N dispersion/scattering; distruction; confusion; those scattered/dispersed (pl.);

[DISPERTIO, DISPERTIRE, DISPERTIVI, DISPERTITUS] : V divide (up); distribute; assign; separate into lots/groups;

[DISPERTIO] : to divide.

[DISPERTIOR, DISPERTIRI, -, DISPERTITUS SUM] : V divide (up); distribute; assign; separate into lots/groups;

[DISPERTITIVUS, DISPERTITIVA, DISPERTITIVUM] : ADJ distributive;

[DISPICIO, DISPICERE, DISPEXI, DISPECTUS] : V look about (for), discover espy, consider;

[DISPLICEO, DISPLICERE, DISPLICUI, DISPLICITUS] : V displease;

[DISPLODO, DISPLODERE, DISPLOSI, DISPLOSUS] : V burst apart;

[DISPONO, DISPONERE, DISPOSUI, DISPOSITUS] : V appoint, post, station; allot, assign; arrange, ordain, prescribe; regulate;

[DISPONO, DISPONERE, DISPOSUI, DISPOSITUS] : V dispose, place here and there, distribute; set/lay out; administer/manage/order;

[DISPONO] : to arrange, put in order, draw up (troops).

[DISPONO] : to describe, dispose.

[DISPONSATIO, DISPONSATIONIS] : N marriage; espousal (in the sense of marriage) (douay/kjames);

[DISPOSITIO, DISPOSITIONIS] : N layout; orderly arrangement/disposition of arguments/words/time/activities;

[DISPUTATIO, DISPUTATIONIS] : N discussion, debate, dispute, argument;

[DISPUTATIO] : debate, dispute, discussion.

[DISPUTO, DISPUTARE, DISPUTAVI, DISPUTATUS] : V discuss, debate, argue;

[DISPUTO] : discuss.

[DISQUIRO, DISQUIRERE,] : V to inquire into, investigate;

[DISQUISITIO, DISQUISITIONIS] : N inquiry;

[DISRUMPO, DISRUMPERE, DISRUPI, DISRUPTUS] : V cause to break apart/off, shatter/burst/split, disrupt/sever; (pass) get broken;

[DISRUMPO] : to smash.

[DISSAEPIO, DISSAEPERE, DISSAEPSI, DISSAEPTUS] : V separate, divide;

[DISSECO, DISSECERE, -, DISSECTUS] : V divide; penetrate through; open by force; dismember, disect;

[DISSEMINO, DISSEMINARE, DISSEMINAVI, DISSEMINATUS] : V broadcast, disseminate;

[DISSEMINO] : to spread abroad.

[DISSENSIO, DISSENSIONIS] : N disagreement, dissension, conflict;

[DISSENTANEUS, DISSENTANEA, DISSENTANEUM] : ADJ disagreeing, different;

[DISSENTIO, DISSENTIRE, DISSENSI, DISSENSUS] : V dissent, disagree; differ;

[DISSERENAT, DISSERENARE, DISSERENIT] : V it is clearing up all round; (of the weather);

[DISSERO, DISSERERE,] : V plant at intervals; plant here and there; sow;

[DISSERO, DISSERERE, DISSERUI, DISSERTUS] : V arrange; discuss; examine; explain, set out in words;

[DISSERO] : to discuss, speak, declare, utter.

[DISSERO] : to examine, treat of, discuss.

[DISSERTO, DISSERTARE, DISSERTAVI, DISSERTATUS] : V discuss;

[DISSICIO, DISSICERE, DISSJECI, DISSJECTUS] : V ruin; destroy; rout; disperse; squander; frustrate; dispel, end;

[DISSICIO, DISSICERE, DISSJECI, DISSJECTUS] : V break up; scatter; drive apart; separate into two halves, halve, divide;

[DISSIDEO, DISSIDERE, DISSEDI, DISSESSUS] : V be at variance; disagree; be separated;

[DISSIGNATIO, DISSIGNATIONIS] : N arrangement;

[DISSIGNATOR, DISSIGNATORIS] : N one that arranges, a supervisor;

[DISSILIO, DISSILIRE, DISSILUI] : V fly/leap/burst apart; break up; be broken up; burst; split;

[DISSIMILIS, DISSIMILE, DISSIMILIOR -OR -US, DISSIMILLIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ unlike, different, dissimilar;

[DISSIMILIS] : unlike, different, disparate, dissimilar, distinct.

[DISSIMILITUDO, DISSIMILITUDINIS] : N unlikeness, difference;

[DISSIMULANTER] : ADV dissemblingly;

[DISSIMULATIO, DISSIMULATIONIS] : N dissimulation dissembling;

[DISSIMULATOR, DISSIMULATORIS] : N dissembler;

[DISSIMULO, DISSIMULARE, DISSIMULAVI, DISSIMULATUS] : V conceal, dissemble, disguise, hide; ignore;

[DISSIMULO] : to conceal, disguise, keep secret.

[DISSIMULO] : to disguise.

[DISSIMULO] : to ignore, leave unnoticed.

[DISSIPATIO, DISSIPATIONIS] : N squandering; scattering;

[DISSIPO, DISSIPARE, DISSIPAVI, DISSIPATUS] : V scatter, disperse, dissipate, squander; destroy completely; circulate;

[DISSIPO] : to demolish.

[DISSOCIABILIS, DISSOCIABILIS, DISSOCIABILE] : ADJ incompatible; discordant; separating, dividing;

[DISSOCIATUS, DISSOCIATA, DISSOCIATUM] : ADJ disjoined, separated, split into factions, at variance with;

[DISSOCIO, DISSOCIARE, DISSOCIAVI, DISSOCIATUS] : V be/set at variance with, split into factions, separate, part;

[DISSOLUTIO, DISSOLUTIONIS] : N disintegration, dissolution; destruction; disconnection; refutation;

[DISSOLUTUS, DISSOLUTA, DISSOLUTUM] : ADJ loose; 1ax; negligent, dissolute;

[DISSOLUTUS] : lax, weak, wanting in energy, dissolute, profligate.

[DISSOLVO, DISSOLVERE, DISSOLVI, DISSOLUTUS] : V unloose; dissolve, destroy; melt; pay; refute; annul;

[DISSONUS, DISSONA, DISSONUM] : ADJ dissonant, discordant, different;

[DISSORS, (GEN.), DISSORTIS] : ADJ having a different lot or fate;

[DISSUADEO, DISSUADERE, DISSUASI, DISSUASUS] : V dissuade, advise against;

[DISSUASOR, DISSUASORIS] : N discourager, one who advises against;

[DISSULTO, DISSULTARE, DISSULTAVI, DISSULTATUS] : V fly or burst apart; bounce off;

[DISSUO, DISSUERE, DISSUI, DISSUTUS] : V unstitch, undo the stiches of; rip apart, sever;

[DISTANTIA, DISTANTIAE] : N distance; difference;

[DISTENDO, DISTENDERE, DISTENDI, DISTENTUS] : V stretch, stretch in different directions; spread out; distend; extend;

[DISTICHON, DISTICHI] : N couplet, two line poem/verse;

[DISTICHON] : ADJ consisting of two lines (verse); having two longitudinal rows of grain;

[DISTICHOS, DISTICHOS] : ADJ consisting of two lines (verse); having two longitudinal rows of grain;

[DISTICHUS, DISTICHA, DISTICHUM] : ADJ consisting of two lines (verse); having two longitudinal rows of grain;

[DISTILLO, DISTILLARE, DISTILLAVI, DISTILLATUS] : V drip; trickle down, have moisture dripping off; sprinkle; fall bit by bit;

[DISTINCTIO, DISTINCTIONIS] : N distinction; difference;

[DISTINCTUS, DISTINCTA, DISTINCTUM] : ADJ separate, distinct; definite, lucid;

[DISTINCTUS] : a distinguishing, distinction, difference.

[DISTINCTUS] : separate, apart, different.

[DISTINEO, DISTINERE, DISTINUI, DISTENTUS] : V keep apart, separate; prevent, hold up; distract;

[DISTINGUO, DISTINGUERE, DISTINXI, DISTINCTUS] : V distinguish, separate, divide, part; adorn, decorate;

[DISTINGUO] : decorate, adorn, embellish/ punctuate.

[DISTINGUO] : separate, divide, part/ distinguish, discriminate.

[DISTINGUO] : to divide.

[DISTINGUO] : to separate, divide, distinguish, punctuate, point out, decorate.

[DISTO, DISTARE,] : V stand apart, be distant; be different;

[DISTORQUEO, DISTORQUERE, DISTORSI, DISTORTUS] : V twist this way and that;

[DISTRAHO DISTRAXI DISTRACTUM] : to pull apart, pull in pieces.

[DISTRAHO, DISTRAHERE, DISTRAXI, DISTRACTUS] : V draw/pull/tear apart, wrench, separate, (sub)divide; sell in parcels; distract;

[DISTRAHO] : (associations) to break up, dissolve.

[DISTRAHO] : (persons) estrange, distract/ (property) sell up, alienate.

[DISTRAHO] : (persons) estrange, distract /(property) sell up, alienate.

[DISTRAHO] : distraxi ; distractum ; to pull apart, pull in pieces.

[DISTRIBUO, DISTRIBUERE, DISTRIBUI, DISTRIBUTUS] : V divide, distribute, assign;

[DISTRIBUO] : to apportion.

[DISTRIBUO] : to distribute, divide.

[DISTRIBUTIO, DISTRIBUTIONIS] : N division, distribution;

[DISTRICTE] : ADV strictly;

[DISTRICTUS (F. DISTRINGO)] : strict, severe / hesitating / busy.

[DISTRICTUS (F. DISTRINGO)] : strict, severe/ hesitating/ busy.

[DISTRICTUS, DISTRICTA -UM, DISTRICTIOR -OR -US, DISTRICTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ busy; having many claims on one's attention; pulled in different directions;

[DISTRINGO, DISTRINGERE, DISTRINXI, DISTRICTUS] : V stretch out/apart; detain; distract; pull in different directions;

[DISTULO] : (past) to delay.

[DISTURBO, DISTURBARE, DISTURBAVI, DISTURBATUS] : V disturb, demolish, upset;

[DITATA] : endowed, endow.

[DITESCO, DITESCERE,] : V grow rich;

[DITHYRAMBICUS, DITHYRAMBICA, DITHYRAMBICUM] : ADJ dithyrambic;

[DITHYRAMBUS, DITHYRAMBI] : N form of verse used especially choral singing;

[DITIO] : authority.

[DITO, DITARE, DITAVI, DITATUS] : V enrich;

[DITO] : to enrich, endow, make wealthy.

[DITO] : to enrich, make wealthy.

[DITUS] : rich.

[DIU, DIUTIUS, DIUTISSIME] : ADV by day, all day; (for) a long time; long since; (quam diu => as long as);

[DIU] : by day, for a long time, a long time ago.

[DIURNARIUS, DIURNARII] : N diary-keeper; slave who must copy the acta diurna (day-by-day records);

[DIURNITAS] : long duration.

[DIURNUS, DIURNA, DIURNUM] : ADJ by day, of the day; daily;

[DIUS, DIA, DIUM] : ADJ daylit, divine;

[DIUTINUS, DIUTINA, DIUTINUM] : ADJ long lasting, long;

[DIUTINUS] : lasting a long time, enduring, long-lived.

[DIUTIUS] : longer, too long (a period of time).

[DIUTULE] : ADV for a short while;

[DIUTURNITAS, DIUTURNITATIS] : N long duration;

[DIUTURNUS, DIUTURNA, DIUTURNUM] : ADJ lasting, lasting long;

[DIUTURNUS] : lasting a long time, of long duration.

[DIVA, DIVAE] : N goddess;

[DIVARICO, DIVARICARE, DIVARICAVI, DIVARICATUS] : V to stretch apart, spread out;

[DIVELLO, DIVELLERE, DIVELLI, DIVOLSUS] : V tear away, tear to pieces; break up; estrange;

[DIVELLO] : to tear apart, away, untie.

[DIVENDO, DIVENDERE, -, DIVENDITUS] : V sell in small lots/retail; sell out;

[DIVERBERO, DIVERBERARE, DIVERBERAVI, DIVERBERATUS] : V split; strike violently;

[DIVERBERO] : to cudgel soundly.

[DIVERBIUM, DIVERBII] : N dialogue on the stage;

[DIVERSITAS, DIVERSITATIS] : N difference;

[DIVERSORIUM, DIVERSORI(I)] : N inn, lodging house;

[DIVERSUS, DIVERSA, DIVERSUM] : ADJ opposite; separate, apart; diverse, unlike, different; hostile;

[DIVERSUS] : different, unlike, opposed, hostile.

[DIVERTICULUM] : by-way.

[DIVERTO, DIVERTERE, DIVERTI, DIVERSUS] : V separate; divert, turn away, turn in; digress; separate, oppose;

[DIVERTO] : to turn aside.

[DIVES, DIVITIS (GEN.), DITIOR -OR -US, DITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ rich; costly;

[DIVES] : rich, opulent, wealthy\ +abl. or gen., wealthy in, rich in.

[DIVES] : rich, opulent, wealthy.

[DIVICIACUS, DIVICIACI] : N diviciacus; an aeduan gaul chief - caesar; a suessiones king;

[DIVIDE ET IMPERA. ] : PHRASE divide and rule.

[DIVIDO, DIVIDERE, DIVISI, DIVISUS] : V divide, separate, break up; share, distribute; distinguish;

[DIVIDO] : to divide, scatter.

[DIVIDUUS, DIVIDUA, DIVIDUUM] : ADJ divisible; divided, separated; half; parted;

[DIVINATIO, DIVINATIONIS] : N predicting; divination; prophecy; prognostication;

[DIVINATIO] : prediction, divination.

[DIVINATIO] : prediction, divination

[DIVINITAS, DIVINITATIS] : N divinity, quality/nature of god; divine excellence/power/being; divining;

[DIVINITUS] : ADV from heaven, by a god, by divine influence/inspiration; divinely, admirable;

[DIVINITUS] : by divine communication, by divine influence .

[DIVINITUS] : divine influence, admirably, nobly, by inspiration.

[DIVINO, DIVINARE, DIVINAVI, DIVINATUS] : V divine; prophesy; guess;

[DIVINUS, DIVINA -UM, DIVINIOR -OR -US, DIVINISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ divine, of a deity/god, godlike; sacred; divinely inspired, prophetic; natural;

[DIVINUS, DIVINI] : N prophet;

[DIVINUS] : divine, sacred.

[DIVISE] : ADV separately, distinctly;

[DIVISIM] : ADV separately, apart;

[DIVISIO, DIVISIONIS] : N division; distribution;

[DIVISOR, DIVISORIS] : N distributor; a candidate's agent hired to distribute bribes;

[DIVISUS, DIVISUS] : N division;

[DIVITIA, DIVITIAE] : N riches (pl.), wealth;

[DIVITIAE DIVITIE] : riches, wealth.

[DIVORTIUM, DIVORTI(I)] : N separation; divorce; point of separation; watershed;

[DIVORTIUM] : division.

[DIVULGAMEN] : fame.

[DIVULGATIO] : publishing, spreading abroad.

[DIVULGO, DIVULGARE, DIVULGAVI, DIVULGATUS] : V publish, disseminate news of;

[DIVUM, DIVI] : N sky, open air; sub divo, in the open air;

[DIVUM] : sky.

[DIVUS, DIVI] : N god;

[DO DARE DEDI DATUM] : to give, offer, convey, offer, donate, furnish.

[DO PACEM] : to grant peace.

[DO, DARE, DEDI, DATUS] : V surrender/give over; send to die; ascribe/attribute; give birth/produce; utter;

[DO, DARE, DEDI, DATUS] : V give; dedicate; sell; pay; grant/bestow/impart/offer/lend; devote; allow; make;

[DO] : to give, offer, convey, offer, donate, furnish.

[DOADEMA, DIADEMATIS] : N diadem/crown; ornamental headband; (sign of soverignty); dominion; pereminence;

[DOCENDO DISCIMUS. ] : PHRASE we learn by teaching.

[DOCEO DOCUI DOCTUM] : to instruct, teach, tutor.

[DOCEO, DOCERE, DOCUI, DOCTUS] : V teach, show, point out;

[DOCHMIUS, DOCHMII] : N metrical foot, the dochmiac;

[DOCILIS, DOCILIS, DOCILE] : ADJ easily taught, teachable, responsive; docile;

[DOCILITAS, DOCILITATIS] : N aptitude; docility;

[DOCTILOQUUS] : speaking learnedly.

[DOCTOR, DOCTORIS] : N teacher; instructor; trainer;

[DOCTOR] : teacher.

[DOCTRINA, DOCTRINAE] : N education; learning; science; teaching; instruction; principle; doctrine;

[DOCTRINA] : doctrine, teaching, instruction, learning.

[DOCTUS, DOCTA -UM, DOCTIOR -OR -US, DOCTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ learned, wise; skilled, experienced, expert; trained; clever, cunning, shrewd;

[DOCTUS] : taught, instructed, learned, tutored.

[DOCUMEN, DOCUMINIS] : N example, pattern, warning, proof;

[DOCUMENTUM, DOCUMENTI] : N lesson, instruction; warning, example; document;

[DODRA, -AE] : a drink of 9 (nine) ingredients - (medicinal?) p. 112

[DODRANS, DODRANTIS] : N three-fourths;

[DOGA, DOGAE] : N vat; vessel;

[DOGMA, DOGMATIS] : N doctrine, philosophic tenet; dogma, teaching; decision;

[DOLABELLA, DOLABELLAE] : N dolabella; (cognomen of gens cornelia); (p. cornelius ~ -> cicero's son-in-law);

[DOLABRA, DOLABRAE] : N pick-axe;

[DOLENS] : painfully.

[DOLENTER, DOLENTIUS, DOLENTISSIME] : ADV with sorrow; with pain, painfully (l+s);

[DOLEO, DOLERE, DOLUI, DOLITUS] : V hurt; feel/suffer pain; grieve; be afflicted/pained/sorry; cause pain/grief;

[DOLEO] : to suffer pain, to be pained, grieve.

[DOLIUM, DOLI(I)] : N large earthenware vessel for storing liquids, grain, etc;

[DOLO, DOLARE, DOLAVI, DOLATUS] : V hew/chop into shape, fashion/devise; inflict blows, batter/cudgel soundly, drub;

[DOLOR, DOLORIS] : N pain, anguish, grief, sorrow; resentment, indignation;

[DOLOR] : pain, grief. misery, pain, suffering.

[DOLOROSUS, DOLOROSA, DOLOROSUM] : ADJ sorrowful;

[DOLOSA] : deceitful.

[DOLOSE] : ADV craftily, cunningly; deceitfully;

[DOLOSE] : slyly, deceitfuly.

[DOLOSITAS] : deceit.

[DOLOSUS, DOLOSA, DOLOSUM] : ADJ crafty, cunning; deceitful;

[DOLOSUS] : crafty, cunning, sly, deceitful.

[DOLUA] : the plant rocket Keltic, p. 112

[DOLUS, DOLI] : N trick, device, deceit, treachery, trickery, cunning, fraud;

[DOLUS] : fraud, deceit, guile, treachery, a trap.

[DOMABILIS, DOMABILIS, DOMABILE] : ADJ able to be tamed;

[DOMESTICUS, DOMESTICA, DOMESTICUM] : ADJ of the house, domestic, familiar, native; civil, private, personal;

[DOMESTICUS] : domestic, civil.

[DOMICILIUM, DOMICILI(I)] : N residence, home, dwelling, abode;

[DOMIGENA] : resident of a household, pl ; household retinue.

[DOMINA DOMNA] : lady, mistress.

[DOMINA, DOMINAE] : N mistress of a family, wife; lady, lady-love; owner;

[DOMINATIO, DOMINATIONIS] : N mastery, power; domination; domain; despotism;

[DOMINATIO] : dominium ; lordship. dominion, domination.

[DOMINATUS, DOMINATUS] : N rule, mastery, domain; tyranny;

[DOMINATUS] : rule, mastery, tyranny, domination.

[DOMINICA] : demesne.

[DOMINICUS, DOMINICA, DOMINICUM] : ADJ belonging to a master/owner; belonging to the roman emperor; the lord's;

[DOMINICUS, DOMINICI] : N sunday, the lord's day (assumed dies);

[DOMINIUM, DOMINII] : N rule, dominion; ownership; banquet, feast;

[DOMINO, DOMINARE, DOMINAVI, DOMINATUS] : V be master/despot/in control, rule over, exercise sovereignity; rule/dominate;

[DOMINOR, DOMINARI, -, DOMINATUS SUM] : V be master/despot/in control, rule over, exercise sovereignity; rule/dominate;

[DOMINOR] : to be mastered.

[DOMINUS DOMNO] : master, lord.

[DOMINUS, DOMINI] : N owner, lord, master; the lord; title for ecclesiastics/gentlemen;

[DOMINUS] : lord, master.

[DOMIPORTA, DOMIPORTAE] : N one with her house on her back, the snail;

[DOMITIANUS, DOMITIANI] : N domitian (emperor 81-96); (son of vespasian, brother of titus);

[DOMITIUS, DOMITI] : N domitius; (roman gens name);

[DOMITIUS, DOMITIA, DOMITIUM] : ADJ domitius; (roman gens name);

[DOMITO, DOMITARE, DOMITAVI, DOMITATUS] : V tame, break in;

[DOMITO] : to tame, subdue, break in.

[DOMITOR, DOMITORIS] : N tamer, breaker; subduer, vanquisher, conqueror;

[DOMNUS, DOMNI] : N lord, master; the lord; ecclesiastic/gentleman; (shortened form of dominus);

[DOMO, DOMARE, DOMUI, DOMITUS] : V subdue, master, tame; conquer;

[DOMUNCULA, DOMUNCULAE] : N small house, cottage, lodge;

[DOMUS, DOMI] : N house, building; home, household; (domi => at home) (n 4 1, older n 2 1);

[DOMUS, DOMUS] : N house, building; home, household; (domu => at home) (n 4 1, older n 2 1);

[DOMUS] : house, home, residence.

[DOMUS] : household, house, abode.

[DONARIUM, DONARI(I)] : N part of temple where votive offerings were received/stored; treasure chamber;

[DONATIO, DONATIONIS] : N donation, gift;

[DONATIVUM, DONATIVI] : N gratuity;

[DONATIVUM] : donation, offering.

[DONATUS] : given.

[DONEC] : CONJ while, as long as, until;

[DONEC] : up to the time when, until, as long as, while.

[DONEC] : while, as long as, until

[DONO, DONARE, DONAVI, DONATUS] : V present, grant; forgive; give (gifts), bestow;

[DONO] : to give.

[DONUM, DONI] : N gift, present; offering;

[DONUM] : gift, present, donation.

[DONUM] : gift, votive offering.

[DORCADION] : bastard dittany Greek, A Souter, p. 113

[DORCAS, DORCADOS/IS] : N gazelle, antelope;

[DORMEO, DORMIIRE, DORMIVI, DORMITUS] : V sleep, rest; go to sleep, be/fall asleep; be idle, do nothing; (form for fut);

[DORMIO, DORMIRE, DORMIVI, DORMITUS] : V sleep, rest; be/fall asleep; behave as if asleep; be idle, do nothing;

[DORMIO] : to sleep, slumber, siesta, nap.

[DORMITO, DORMITARE, DORMITAVI, DORMITATUS] : V feel sleepy, drowsy; do nothing;

[DORMITO] : to be dreaming.

[DORMITORIUS, DORMITORIA, DORMITORIUM] : ADJ for sleeping;

[DORSUM, DORSI] : N back, range, ridge; slope of a hill;

[DORSUM] : ADV down, downwards, beneath, below; (motion/direction/order); in lower situation;

[DOS, DOTIS] : N dowry, dower; talent, quality;

[DOTALIS, DOTALIS, DOTALE] : ADJ forming part of a dowry; relating to a dowry;

[DOTATUS, DOTATA, DOTATUM] : ADJ richly endowed;

[DOTO, DOTARE, DOTAVI, DOTATUS] : V to provide with a dowry, endow;

[DOXA] : glory.

[DRACHMA, DRACHMAE] : N greek silver coin; (1/6000 talent) (quarter); greek weight (4.5-6 grams);

[DRACHUMA, DRACHUMAE] : N greek silver coin; (1/6000 talent) (quarter); greek weight (4.5-6 grams);

[DRACO, DRACONIS] : N dragon; snake;

[DRACONIGENA, DRACONIGENAE] : N dragon-born;

[DRAGMA, DRAGMAE] : N greek silver coin; (1/6000 talent) (quarter); greek weight (4.5-6 grams);

[DRAMATIS PERSONAE ] : PHRASE the characters of the drama

[DRAPETA, DRAPETAE] : N runaway slave;

[DROMADARIUS, DROMADARII] : N camel soldier, soldier serving in unit mounted on dromedaries;

[DROMAS, DROMADOS/IS] : N dromedary;

[DROMEDARIA, DROMEDARIAE] : N dromedary;

[DROMEDARIUS, DROMEDARII] : N dromedary;

[DROPACISMUS,] : application of pitch-plaster? used as counter irritant p. 113

[DRUIDA, DRUIDAE] : N druids (pl.), priests of the gauls;

[DRUIS, DRUIDIS] : N druids (pl.), priests of the gauls;

[DU] : NUM two (pl.);

[DU] : NUM two;

[DUBIETAS, DUBIETATIS] : N doubt, irresolution, uncertainty; wavering, hesitation; questioning;

[DUBITANDO AD VERITATEM VENIMUS. ] : PHRASE we arrive at the truth being sceptical.

[DUBITANTER] : ADV doubtingly; hesitatingly; with doubt/hesitation;

[DUBITATIO, DUBITATIONIS] : N doubt, irresolution, uncertainty; wavering, hesitation; questioning;

[DUBITO, DUBITARE, DUBITAVI, DUBITATUS] : V doubt; deliberate; hesitate (over); be uncertain/irresolute;

[DUBITO] : to doubt, hesitate.

[DUBIUM, DUBI(I)] : N doubt; question;

[DUBIUM] : doubt, hesitation, reservation.

[DUBIUS, DUBIA, DUBIUM] : ADJ doubtful, dubious, uncertain; variable, dangerous; critical;

[DUCAMEN] : duchy, ducal dignity.

[DUCATUS, DUCATUS] : N leadership; position/function of a leader; generalship;

[DUCENARIUS, DUCENARIA, DUCENARIUM] : ADJ of/concerning two hundred; weighing 200 pounds; paid/owing 200,000 sesterces;

[DUCENT] : NUM two hundred;

[DUCENTENSIM] : NUM two hundredth;

[DUCENTENSIMUS, DUCENTENSIMA, DUCENTENSIMUM] : NUM two hundredth;

[DUCENTENSUM] : NUM two hundredth;

[DUCENTENSUMUS, DUCENTENSUMA, DUCENTENSUMUM] : NUM two hundredth;

[DUCENTI -AE -A, DUCENTESIMUS -A -UM, DUCENI -AE -A, DUCENTIE(N)S] : NUM two hundred;

[DUCO, DUCERE, ADDITIONAL, FORMS] : V lead, command; think, consider, regard; prolong;

[DUCO, DUCERE, DUXI, DUCTUS] : V lead, command; think, consider, regard; prolong;

[DUCO] : to calculate, count, reckon, esteem, considered.

[DUCO] : to charm, influence, mislead, draw in.

[DUCO] : to draw, shape, construct/ (time) spend, delay.

[DUCO] : to lead on the march, marry a wife, command.

[DUCO] : to lead, draw, esteem, consider.

[DUCTILIS, DUCTILIS, DUCTILE] : ADJ ductile/malleable (metals); that is led along a course;

[DUCTIM] : ADV by drawing; in a stream;

[DUCTO, DUCTARE, DUCTAVI, DUCTATUS] : V lead;

[DUCTOR, DUCTORIS] : N leader, commander;

[DUCTOR] : general, leader, commander, guide.

[DUCTUS, DUCTUS] : N conducting; generalship;

[DUDUM] : ADV little while ago; formerly; (tam dudum => long ago);

[DUDUM] : for a long while, a long while ago, some time ago.

[DUDUM] : for a long while, a long while ago, some time ago

[DUELLATOR, DUELLATORIS] : N warrior, fighter; (old form and poetic replacement for bellator);

[DUELLATORUS, DUELLATORA, DUELLATORUM] : ADJ war-like, martial; (old form and poetic replacement for bellatorus);

[DUELLICOSUS, DUELLICOSA -UM, DUELLICOSIOR -OR -US, DUELLICOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ warlike, fierce; fond of war; (old form and poetic replacement for bellicosus);

[DUELLICUS, DUELLICA, DUELLICUM] : ADJ of war, military; warlike; (old form and poetic replacement for bellator);

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

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

[DULCE BELLUM INEXPERTIS. ] : PHRASE war is sweet for those who haven't experienced it.

[DULCE ET DECORUM EST PRO PATRIA MORI. ] : PHRASE it is sweet and glorious to die for one's country.

[DULCE, DULCIS] : N a sweet drink, sweets (pl);

[DULCEDO, DULCEDINIS] : N sweetness, agreeableness; charm;

[DULCEDO] : sweetness, pleasantness, charm.

[DULCESCO, DULCESCERE,] : V to become sweet;

[DULCICULUS, DULCICULA, DULCICULUM] : ADJ somewhat sweet;

[DULCIDINE] : sweetly, pleasantly, charmingly.

[DULCIS, DULCE, DULCIOR -OR -US, DULCISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ pleasant, charming; sweet; kind, dear,; soft, flattering, delightful;

[DULCIS] : delightful.

[DULCIS] : sweet, pleasant, agreeable.

[DULCITUDO] : -inis, sweetness, pleasantness, charm.

[DULCO, DULCARE, DULCAVI, DULCATUS] : V sweeten;

[DULCOR, DULCORIS] : N sweetness;

[DULCORATUS, DULCORATA, DULCORATUM] : ADJ sweetened;

[DULCORO, DULCORARE, DULCORAVI, DULCORATUS] : V sweeten;

[DUM EXCUSARE CREDIS, ACCUSAS. ] : PHRASE when you believe you are excusing yourself, you are accusing yourself.

[DUM INTER HOMINES SUMUS, COLAMUS HUMANITATEM. ] : PHRASE as long as we are among humans, let us be humane.

[DUM SPIRO, SPERO. ] : PHRASE while i breathe, i hope.

[DUM] : CONJ while, as long as, until; provided that;

[DUM] : conj. while, now; so long as, provided that, if only; until

[DUM] : while, as long as, until.

[DUMETUM, DUMETI] : N thicket;

[DUMMODO] : (conj. + subj.) provided.

[DUMMODO] : (conj. + subj.) provided

[DUMMODO] : CONJ provided (that) (+ subj);

[DUMNORIX, DUMNORIGIS] : N dumnorix, a gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[DUMOSUS, DUMOSA, DUMOSUM] : ADJ overgrown with thorn, briar or the like;

[DUMTAXAT] : ADV to this extent, no more than; as long as; only, precisely; merely; at any rate;

[DUMTAXAT] : at least, not less than/ at most, not more than.

[DUMTAXAT] : at least, not less than / at most, not more than.

[DUMUS, DUMI] : N thorn or briar bush;

[DUNTAXAT] : ADV to this extent, no more than; as long as; only, precisely; merely; at any rate;

[DUO -AE O, SECUNDUS -A -UM, BINI -AE -A, BIS] : NUM two (pl.);

[DUO CUM FACIUNT IDEM, NON EST IDEM. ] : PHRASE when two do the same thing, it isn't the same (i.e. one can get away with doing something while another cannot).

[DUO] : two

[DUO] : two.

[DUODECIM, DUODECIMUS -A -UM, DUODENI -AE -A, DUODECIE(N)S] : NUM twelve;

[DUODECIM] : NUM twelve;

[DUODECUM] : NUM twelve;

[DUODECUMUS, DUODECUMA, DUODECUMUM] : NUM twelve;

[DUODETRIGINTA, DUODETRICESIMUS -A -UM, DUODETRICENI -AE -A, DUODETRICIE(N)S] : NUM twenty eight;

[DUODETRIGINTA] : NUM twenty eight;

[DUODEVICENSIM] : NUM eighteen;

[DUODEVICENSIMUS, DUODEVICENSIMA, DUODEVICENSIMUM] : NUM eighteen;

[DUODEVICENSUM] : NUM eighteen;

[DUODEVICENSUMUS, DUODEVICENSUMA, DUODEVICENSUMUM] : NUM eighteen;

[DUODEVIGENSIM] : NUM eighteenth;

[DUODEVIGENSIMUS, DUODEVIGENSIMA, DUODEVIGENSIMUM] : NUM eighteenth;

[DUODEVIGENSUM] : NUM eighteenth;

[DUODEVIGENSUMUS, DUODEVIGENSUMA, DUODEVIGENSUMUM] : NUM eighteenth;

[DUODEVIGINTI, DUODEVICESIMUS -A -UM, DUODEVICENI -AE -A, DUODEVICIE(N)S] : NUM eighteen;

[DUODEVIGINTI] : NUM eighteen;

[DUOETVICESIMANUS, DUOETVICESIMANI] : N soldiers of the 22nd legion;

[DUOVIR, DUOVIRI] : N two man board (pl.) to equip fleet/build temple; extraordinary criminal court;

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

[DUPLICITAS] : multiplication by two, ambiguity, duplicity.

[DUPLICITER, DUPLICIUS, DUPLICISSIME] : ADV doubly, twice over, in two ways/a twofold manner, into two parts/categories;

[DUPLICO, DUPLICARE, DUPLICAVI, DUPLICATUS] : V double, bend double; duplicate; enlarge;

[DUPLUM, DUPLI] : N double; (esp. double penalty);

[DUPLUS, DUPLA, DUPLUM] : ADJ twice as much, double;

[DUPONDIUM, DUPONDI(I)] : N two asses (weight/money) (two pounds); two feet (linear measure); need, want;

[DUPONDIUS, DUPONDI(I)] : N two asses (weight/money) (two pounds); two feet (linear measure); need, want;

[DUPUNDIUM, DUPUNDI(I)] : N two asses (weight/money) (two pounds); two feet (linear measure); need, want;

[DUPUNDIUS, DUPUNDI(I)] : N two asses (weight/money) (two pounds); two feet (linear measure); need, want;

[DURAMEN, DURAMINIS] : N hardness;

[DURAMEN] : a hardening medicine ? p.115 ; Chiron

[DURITIA, DURITIAE] : N hardness, insensibility; hardship, oppressiveness; strictness, rigor;

[DURITIES, DURITIEI] : N hardness, insensibility; hardship, oppressiveness; strictness, rigor;

[DURIUSCULUS, DURIUSCULA, DURIUSCULUM] : ADJ harsher; somewhat harsh;

[DURO, DURARE, DURAVI, DURATUS] : V harden, make hard; become hard/stern; bear, last, remain, continue; endure;

[DURO] : to harden, last, endure.

[DURUS, DURA -UM, DURIOR -OR -US, DURISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ hard, stern; harsh, rough, vigorous; cruel, unfeeling, inflexible; durable;

[DURUS] : hard, harsh, tough, strong,enduring,/ rough, rude, uncouth.

[DURUS] : hard, harsh, tough, strong,enduring, / rough, rude, uncouth.

[DUSIOL PETRAM] : Duissenpierre.

[DUUMVIR, DUUMVIRI] : N pair of magistrates (usu. pl.), a commission of two;

[DUUVIR, DUUMVIRI] : N two man board (pl.) to equip fleet/build temple; extraordinary criminal court;

[DUX DUCIS] : leader, guide, commander, general, duke.

[DUX, DUCIS] : N leader, guide; commander, general; duke (medieval, bee);

[DUX] : duke.

[DYNASTES, DYNASTAE] : N ruler, prince (esp. oriental);

[DYSENTERIA, DYSENTERIAE] : N dysentery; (similar conditions?);

[DYSENTERIA, DYSENTERIAE] : N dysentery; (other similiar conditions?);

[DYSENTERICUS, DYSENTERICI] : N sufferer/patient with dysentery/(similar conditions?);

[DYSINTERIA, DYSINTERIAE] : N dysentery; (other similiar conditions?);

[DYSINTERIA, DYSINTERIAE] : N dysentery; (similar conditions?);

[DYSINTERICUS, DYSINTERICI] : N sufferer/patient with dysentery/(similar conditions?);

[DYSOSMOS] : garlic germander Greek, p. 115

[DYSPEPSIA, DYSPEPSIAE] : N indigestion, dyspepsia;

[DYSPNOEA, DYSPNOEAE] : N difficulty in breathing;

[DYSPNOICUS, DYSPNOICI] : N asthmatic; person suffering from difficulty in breathing; W:

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