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[E] : PREP ABL out of, from; by reason of; according to; because of, as a result of;

[EADEM] : ADV by the same route; at the same time; likewise; same (nom s f/abl s f/nom p n);

[EATENUS] : ADV so far;

[EATENUS] : so far, thus far, up to then.

[EBDOMADA, EBDOMADAE] : N 7; group of seven; end of 7 day period; fever with 7 day period; each 7th day;

[EBDOMAS, EBDOMADAE] : N 7; group of seven; end of 7 day period; fever with 7 day period; each 7th day;

[EBDOMAS, EBDOMADIS] : N 7; group of seven; end of 7 day period; fever with 7 day period; each 7th day;

[EBDOMAS, EBDOMADOS/IS] : N 7; group of seven; end of 7 day period; fever with 7 day period; each 7th day;

[EBIBO, EBIBERE, EBIBI, EBIBITUS] : V drink up, drain; absorb; squander;

[EBISCUM, EBISCI] : N marsh mallow; (althea officinalis); (shrubby herb, grows near salt marshes);

[EBLANDIOR, EBLANDIRI, -, EBLANDITUS SUM] : V obtain by flattery;

[EBORACUM, EBORACI] : N york;

[EBORATUS, EBORATA, EBORATUM] : ADJ adorned with ivory; inlaid with ivory;

[EBRIACUS, EBRIACA, EBRIACUM] : ADJ drunk, drunken, intoxicated;

[EBRIETAS, EBRIETATIS] : N drunkenness, intoxication;

[EBRIOLUS, EBRIOLA, EBRIOLUM] : ADJ tipsy;

[EBRIOSUS, EBRIOSA, EBRIOSUM] : ADJ addicted to drink;

[EBRIUS, EBRIA, EBRIUM] : ADJ drunk, intoxicated; riotous; like a drunk, exhilarated, distraught; soaked in;

[EBULLIO] : to boil up, bubble up, to appear, produce in abundance.

[EBULUM, EBULI] : N danewort, dwarf elder;

[EBULUS, EBULI] : N danewort, dwarf elder;

[EBUR, EBORIS] : N ivory; sheath of a sword, scabbard; statue of ivory; elephant;

[EBURATUS, EBURATA, EBURATUM] : ADJ adorned with ivory; inlaid with ivory;

[EBURNEOLUS, EBURNEOLA, EBURNEOLUM] : ADJ made of ivory;

[EBURNEUS, EBURNEA, EBURNEUM] : ADJ ivory, of ivory; white as ivory, ivory-colored; (dens ~ => elephant tusk);

[EBURNUS, EBURNA, EBURNUM] : ADJ made of ivory; decorated with/made partially out of ivory; white as ivory;

[EBURONES, EBURONIS] : N eburones, tribe of north gaul - caesar;

[ECASTOR] : INTERJ by castor (interjection used by women);

[ECCA] : INTERJ here they (neuter) are!; behold!, observe!, lo!;

[ECCAM] : INTERJ here she/it is!; behold!, observe!, lo!;

[ECCAS] : INTERJ here they (feminine) are!; behold!, observe!, lo!;

[ECCE HOMO! ] : PHRASE behold the man!

[ECCE] : INTERJ behold! see! look! there! here! (ecce eum => here he is);

[ECCE] : Lo! Behold! See!.

[ECCE] : Lo! Behold! See!

[ECCERE] : INTERJ here she/it is!; behold!, observe!, lo!;

[ECCERE] : INTERJ there you are!;

[ECCILLAM] : INTERJ there she/it is!; behold!, observe!, lo!;

[ECCILLE, ECCILLA, ECCILLUD] : PRON that over there;

[ECCILLUD] : INTERJ there it is!; behold!, observe!, lo!;

[ECCILLUM] : INTERJ there he/it is!; behold!, observe!, lo!;

[ECCISTAM] : INTERJ there she is!; behold!, observe!, lo!;

[ECCLESIA, ECCLESIAE] : N church; assembly, meeting of the assembly (greek); the (universal) church (dif);

[ECCLESIA] : church.

[ECCLESIASTICUM, ECCLESIASTICI] : N church rites (pl.);

[ECCLESIASTICUS, ECCLESIASTICA, ECCLESIASTICUM] : ADJ ecclesiastic, cononical, of/belonging to the church; of book of sirach;

[ECCLESIASTICUS, ECCLESIASTICI] : N churchman, ecclesiastic; church member; one of the aeons; book of sirach;

[ECCLI, ABB.] : N ecclisiasties (abbreviation), book of the bible;

[ECCUM] : INTERJ here he/it is!; behold!, observe!, lo!;

[ECDICUS, ECDICI] : N solicitor for a community;

[ECFOR, ECFARI, -, ECFATUS SUM] : V utter; declare; speak;

[ECFUGIO, ECFUGERE, ECFUGI, ECFUGITUS] : V flee/excape; run/slip/keep away (from), eschew/avoid; baffle, escape notice;

[ECFUNDO, ECFUNDERE, ECFUDI, ECFUSUS] : V stretch/spread out, extend; spread (sail); loosen/slacken/fling, give rein;

[ECFUNDO, ECFUNDERE, ECFUDI, ECFUSUS] : V pour out/away/off; allow to drain; shower; volley (missles); send/stream forth;

[ECFUNDO, ECFUNDERE, ECFUDI, ECFUSUS] : V break out; bear/yield/bring forth; expend/use up; unseat, eject/drop/discard;

[ECFUNDO, ECFUNDERE, ECFUDI, ECFUSUS] : V shed (blood/tears); discharge (vomit/urine), debouch, emit; flow out, overflow;

[ECHENEIS, ECHENEIDIS] : N sucking fish, the remora;

[ECHIDNA, ECHIDNAE] : N serpent, viper;

[ECHINUS, ECHINI] : N an edible sea-urchin; copper dish;

[ECHOOS, ECHI] : N echo; (nymph); repeating words/phrases; same phrase at start and end of speech;

[ECLOGA, ECLOGAE] : N short poem; short passage selected from longer work, excerpt;

[ECLOGARIUS, ECLOGARII] : N select passages (pl.) or extracts;

[ECONTRA] : ADV the contrary; the reverse;

[ECONTRA] : the same as contra ; against, opposite, etc.

[ECQUANDO] : at any time? ever?

[ECQUID] : ADV at all? (interog);

[ECSTASIA, ECSTASIAE] : N rapture; ecstasy; trance;

[ECSTASIS, ECSTASIS] : N rapture; ecstasy; trance;

[ECSTATICUS, ECSTATICA, ECSTATICUM] : ADJ ecstatis;

[ECTHETA, ECTHETAE] : N balcony; gallery (douay);

[ECULEUS, ECULEI] : N little horse, colt; a rack, instrument of torture;

[EDAX, EDACIS (GEN.), EDACIOR -OR -US, EDACISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ greedy, rapacious, voracious, gluttonous; devouring, consuming, destructive;

[EDEPOL] : INTERJ by pollux!;

[EDICO, EDICERE, EDIXI, EDICTUS] : V proclaim, declare; appoint;

[EDICO] : to announce, declare.

[EDICTUM, EDICTI] : N proclamation; edict;

[EDICTUM] : ordinance.

[EDISCO, EDISCERE, EDIDICI] : V learn by heart; commit to memory; study; get to know;

[EDISSERO, EDISSERERE, EDISSERUI, EDISSERTUS] : V set forth in full, relate at length, dwell upon; unfold, explain, tell;

[EDISSERTO, EDISSERTARE, EDISSERTAVI, EDISSERTATUS] : V relate, expound; explain;

[EDITICIUS, EDITICIA, EDITICIUM] : ADJ announced, proposed; (w/iudices => jurors chosen by a plaintiff);

[EDITIO, EDITIONIS] : N publishing; edition; statement;

[EDITIO] : statement.

[EDITIO] : the publishing of a book, an announcement.

[EDITOR, EDITORIS] : N publisher; editor; emitter (of exhalation); who puts on (public entertainments);

[EDITUS, EDITA, EDITUM] : ADJ high, elevated; rising;

[EDIUS, EDIA, EDIUM] : ADJ high, lofty;

[EDO EDI ESSUM] : to eat, consume, devour, waste.

[EDO, EDERE, EDI, ESUS] : V eat; consume, devour; spend money on food; destroy;

[EDO, EDERE, EDIDI, EDITUS] : V give out, put forth, emit; publish; relate; beget;

[EDO, ESSE,] : V eat; consume, devour; spend money on food; destroy;

[EDO] : put forth, give out.

[EDOCEO, EDOCERE, EDOCUI, EDOCTUS] : V teach or inform thoroughly;

[EDOCEO] : to inform fully, instruct thoroughly.

[EDOCEO] : to instruct thoroughly.

[EDOCTUS] : well versed, informed.

[EDOMO, EDOMARE, EDOMUI, EDOMITUS] : V tame completely, conquer;

[EDORMIO, EDORMIRE, EDORMIVI] : V sleep, sleep off;

[EDORMISCO, EDORMISCERE,] : V sleep away/through/off; sleep one's fill;

[EDUCATIO, EDUCATIONIS] : N bringing up; rearing;

[EDUCATOR, EDUCATORIS] : N bringer up, tutor; foster-father;

[EDUCATOR] : tutor.

[EDUCO, EDUCARE, EDUCAVI, EDUCATUS] : V bring up; train; educate; rear;

[EDUCO, EDUCERE, EDUXI, EDUCTUS] : V lead out; draw up; bring up; rear;

[EDUCO] : to draw out, lead out, march out/ bring up, rear/ issue.

[EDUCO] : to foster, draw out.

[EDULIS, EDULIS, EDULE] : ADJ edible, eatable;

[EDULIS] : edible.

[EDULIUM, EDULI(I)] : N edibles (pl.), eatables; foodstuffs; food (l+s);

[EDURO] : to last endure, persist.

[EDURUS, EDURA, EDURUM] : ADJ very hard;

[EDURUS] : hard.

[EDUS, EDI] : N kid, young goat; two stars in constellation auriga (charioteer), "the kid";

[EFFARCIO, EFFARCIRE, -, EFFARTUS] : V to stuff full;

[EFFECTOR] : effectrix ; producer, someone who causes something.

[EFFECTUS, EFFECTUS] : N execution, performance; effect;

[EFFECTUS] : doing, execution, performance, effect, result.

[EFFECTUS] : rendered.

[EFFEMINATUS, EFFEMINATA, EFFEMINATUM] : ADJ womanish, effeminate;

[EFFEMINATUS] : womanish.

[EFFEMINO, EFFEMINARE, EFFEMINAVI, EFFEMINATUS] : V weaken, enervate, make effeminate, emasculate, unman;

[EFFERCIO, EFFERCIRE, -, EFFERTUS] : V to stuff full;

[EFFERCIO] : to cram, stuff, fill.

[EFFERO, EFFERARE, EFFERAVI, EFFERATUS] : V make wild/savage/barbaric; brutalize; exasperate;

[EFFERO, EFFERRE, EXTULI, ELATUS] : V carry out; bring out; carry out for burial; raise;

[EFFERO] : extuli ; elatum ; to carry out, bury, lift up, exalt.

[EFFERO] : to bring forth.

[EFFERTUS, EFFERTA -UM, EFFERTIOR -OR -US, EFFERTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ stuffed;

[EFFERTUS] : stuffed, jammed, crammed.

[EFFERUS, EFFERA, EFFERUM] : ADJ savage, cruel, barbarous;

[EFFERUS] : fierce.

[EFFERUS] : savage, wild, untamed, undomesticated.

[EFFERVESCO, EFFERVESCERE, EFFERBUI] : V boil up, seethe; effervesce; become greatly excited;

[EFFERVO, EFFERVERE,] : V to boil up or over; to swarm forth;

[EFFERVO] : to boil up, swarm out (like bees).

[EFFETUS, EFFETA, EFFETUM] : ADJ exhausted, worn out;

[EFFICACIA, EFFICACIAE] : N effectiveness; efficiency;

[EFFICACITASA, EFFICACITATAE] : N effectiveness; efficiency;

[EFFICACITER, EFFICACIUS, EFFICACISSIME] : ADV effectually; to good effect; so as to take effect in law;

[EFFICACITER] : effectively, efficiently.

[EFFICAX, EFFICACIS (GEN.), EFFICACIOR -OR -US, EFFICACISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ effective, capable of filling some function; (person/medicine); legally valid;

[EFFICAX] : effective, efficient.

[EFFICAX] : efficacious.

[EFFICENS] : efficient, effective.

[EFFICENTER] : efficiently, effectively, powerfully.

[EFFICIENTER] : ADV effectively; so as to produce an effect; efficiently (l+s);

[EFFICIENTIA, EFFICIENTIAE] : N efficient power, influence;

[EFFICIO, EFFICERE, EFFECI, EFFECTUS] : V bring about; effect, execute, cause; accomplish; make, produce; prove;

[EFFICIO] : to bring to pass.

[EFFICIO] : to do, produce, effect, make/ bring about, cause / prove.

[EFFICIO] : to do, produce, effect, make/ bring about, cause/ prove.

[EFFIGIA, EFFIGIAE] : N image, likeness, effigy; a shade, ghost; an ideal;

[EFFIGIES, EFFIGIEI] : N copy, image, likeness, portrait; effigy, statue; ghost;

[EFFIGIES] : effigia ; effigy, idol, likeness/ ghost, appartition/ ideal.

[EFFIGIES] : effigia ; effigy, idol, likeness / ghost, appartition / ideal

[EFFINGO, EFFINGERE, EFFINXI, EFFINCTUS] : V fashion, form, mould; represent, portray;

[EFFINGO] : to form, fashion, make/ duplicate, copy.

[EFFINGO] : to form, fashion, make / duplicate, copy.

[EFFLAGITATIO, EFFLAGITATIONIS] : N urgent demand;

[EFFLAGITO, EFFLAGITARE, EFFLAGITAVI, EFFLAGITATUS] : V request, demand, insist, ask urgently;

[EFFLAGITO] : to plead urgently.

[EFFLIGO, EFFLIGERE, EFFLIXI, EFFLICTUS] : V to destroy;

[EFFLIGO] : efflixi ; efflectum ; to wipe out, obliterate, destroy.

[EFFLO, EFFLARE, EFFLAVI, EFFLATUS] : V blow or breathe out; breathe one's last;

[EFFLO] : to breathe out, blow out.

[EFFLORESCO] : to blossom, bloom, break out.

[EFFLUO, EFFLUERE, EFFLUXI] : V flow out, flow forth; disappear, vanish, escape; be forgotten;

[EFFLUO] : to vanish/ be forgotten/ pour out, leak, seep/ become known.

[EFFLUO] : to vanish / be forgotten / pour out, leak, seep / become known.

[EFFLUVIUM, EFFLUVII] : N flowing out, outlet;

[EFFLUVIUM] : an outlet/ seepage.

[EFFLUVIUM] : an outlet / seepage.

[EFFODIO, EFFODERE, EFFODI, EFFOSSUS] : V dig out, excavate; gouge out;

[EFFODIO] : to dig out, excavate / to gut

[EFFODIO] : to dig out, excavate/ to gut.

[EFFOR, EFFARI, -, EFFATUS SUM] : V utter; declare; speak;

[EFFOR] : to speak out.

[EFFOR] : to speak, express / state / declare.

[EFFOR] : to speak, express/ state/ declare.

[EFFRENATUS, EFFRENATA, EFFRENATUM] : ADJ unbridled; unrestrained, unruly, headstrong, violent; freed from/not subject t;

[EFFRENO, EFFRENARE, EFFRENAVI, EFFRENATUS] : V unbridle, let loose; remove or slacken the reins of a horse;

[EFFRENO] : to let go without reins.

[EFFRENUS, EFFRENA, EFFRENUM] : ADJ unbridled; unrestrained, unruly, headstrong, violent; freed from/not subject t;

[EFFRENUS] : wild, unrestrained, unchecked, unbridled.

[EFFRINGO, EFFRINGERE, EFFREGI, EFFRACTUS] : V break open; smash; break in;

[EFFRINGO] : effregi ; effractum ; to break, break open.

[EFFUGIO, EFFUGERE, EFFUGI, EFFUGITUS] : V escape; escape the notice of, avoid, be unnoticed; flee, flee from;

[EFFUGIO, EFFUGERE, EFFUGI, EFFUGITUS] : V flee/excape; run/slip/keep away (from), eschew/avoid; baffle, escape notice;

[EFFUGIO] : effugi ; effugiturus ; flee from, escape, elude, run away.

[EFFUGIUM, EFFUGI(I)] : N flight; way of escape;

[EFFULGEO, EFFULGERE, EFFULSI] : V shine forth, glitter; be or become conspicuous;

[EFFULTUS, EFFULTA, EFFULTUM] : ADJ propped up, supported (by);

[EFFUNDO, EFFUNDERE, EFFUDI, EFFUSUS] : V shed (blood/tears); discharge (vomit/urine), debouch, emit; flow out, overflow;

[EFFUNDO, EFFUNDERE, EFFUDI, EFFUSUS] : V pour out/away/off; allow to drain; shower; volley (missles); send/stream forth;

[EFFUNDO, EFFUNDERE, EFFUDI, EFFUSUS] : V stretch/spread out, extend; spread (sail); loosen/slacken/fling, give rein;

[EFFUNDO, EFFUNDERE, EFFUDI, EFFUSUS] : V break out; bear/yield/bring forth; expend/use up; unseat, eject/drop/discard;

[EFFUNDO] : to pour out, pour forth, shed, utter.

[EFFUNDO] : to pour out.

[EFFUSE, EFFUSIUS, EFFUSISSIME] : ADV over a wide area, extensively; freely, in a disorderly manner; lavishly;

[EFFUSIO, EFFUSIONIS] : N outpouring, shedding; profusion, lavishness, extravagance, excess;

[EFFUSIO] : a pouring form, effusion, / exhilaration, upwelling of emotion.

[EFFUSIO] : a pouring form, effusion.

[EFFUSUS, EFFUSA -UM, EFFUSIOR -OR -US, EFFUSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ vast, wide, sprawling; disheveled, loose (hair/reins); disorderly; extravagant;

[EFFUTIO, EFFUTIRE, EFFUTIVI, EFFUTITUS] : V blurt out; blab, babble, prate, chatter; utter foolishly/irresponsibly;

[EFFUTIO] : to gab, chatter.

[EFFUTTIO, EFFUTTIRE, EFFUTTIVI, EFFUTTITUS] : V blurt out; blab, babble, prate, chatter; utter foolishly/irresponsibly;

[EFFUTUO, EFFUTUERE, EFFUTUI, EFFUTUTUS] : V wear out with sexual intercourse; squander on debauchery;

[EGELIDUS, EGELIDA, EGELIDUM] : ADJ lukewarm, tepid;

[EGELIDUS] : thawed, lukewarm, tepid.

[EGENS, (GEN.), EGENTIS] : ADJ needy, poor, in want of; very poor, destitute (of);

[EGENS] : to be needy.

[EGENTIA] : poverty, want.

[EGENUS, EGENA, EGENUM] : ADJ in want of, destitute of;

[EGENUS] : in want of, in need of, destitute.

[EGEO, EGERE, EGUI] : V need (w/gen/abl), lack, want; require, be without;

[EGEO] : to need, lack, want, be without.

[EGERO, EGERERE, EGESSI, EGESTUS] : V carry or bear out, discharge, utter;

[EGESTAS, EGESTATIS] : N need, poverty, extreme poverty; lack, want;

[EGESTAS] : to extreme poverty.

[EGO] : I, self.

[EGO] : PRON I, me; myself;

[EGREDIOR, EGREDI, -, EGRESSUS SUM] : V go/march/come out; set sail; land, disembark; surpass, go beyond;

[EGREDIOR] : egressus ; to go out, leave, depart, exit.

[EGREDIOR] : to come out.

[EGREGIUS, EGREGIA, EGREGIUM] : ADJ singular; distinguished; exceptional; extraordinary; eminent; excellent;

[EGREGIUS] : illustrious, eminent, distinguished.

[EGRESSIO, EGRESSIONIS] : N degression (rhetoric); action of going out;

[EGRESSIO] : withdrawal, depart, withdraw.

[EGRESSUS, EGRESSUS] : N landing place; egress; departure; flight; landing; mouth (of a river);

[EHEM] : INTERJ oho! well well!;

[EHEU] : INTERJ alas! (exclamation of grief/pain/fear);

[EHOI] : INTERJ hurrah! (exclamation of happiness);

[EI] : INTERJ Ah! Woe!, oh dear, alas; (of grief or fear);

[EIA] : ho!.

[EIA] : INTERJ how now!, Ha, Good, see! (of joy); see!, Quick! (of urgency/astonishment);

[EICIO, EICERE, EICI, EICTUS] : V accomplish, perform, bring about, cause;

[EICIO, EICERE, EJECI, EJECTUS] : V cast/throw/fling/drive out/up, extract, expel, discharge, vomit; out (tongue);

[EICIO] : eiectum ; to throw out, eject, drive out.

[EIERO, EIERARE, EIERAVI, EIERATUS] : V refuse upon/reject by oath; abjure, resign, abdicate, renounce;

[EINLATUS, EINLATUS] : N wailing, shrieking;

[EIUSDEM ANNI (E.A.) ] : PHRASE in/during the same year

[EJACULOR, EJACULARI, -, EJACULATUS SUM] : V shoot forth, spout forth, discharge;

[EJECTAMENTUM, EJECTAMENTI] : N ejecta, that which is thrown/cast up/out;

[EJECTO, EJECTARE, EJECTAVI, EJECTATUS] : V cast out;

[EJICIO, EJICERE, EJECI, EJECTUS] : V cast/throw/fling/drive out/up, extract, expel, discharge, vomit; out (tongue);

[EJULABUNDUS, EJULABUNDA, EJULABUNDUM] : ADJ abandoned to wailing/lamentation;

[EJULATIO, EJULATIONIS] : N wailing, lamentation;

[EJULATUS, EJULATUS] : N wailing, lamentation;

[EJULO, EJULARE, EJULAVI, EJULATUS] : V to wail, lament;

[EJULO] : to wail.

[EJURO, EJURARE, EIURAVI, EIURATUS] : V abjure; resign; reject on oath (of a judge); forswear, disown;

[EKTHETA, EKTHETAE] : N balcony; gallery (douay);

[ELABOR, ELABI, -, ELAPSUS SUM] : V slip away; escape; elapse;

[ELABOR] : to slip away, escape.

[ELABORO, ELABORARE, ELABORAVI, ELABORATUS] : V take pains, exert oneself; bestow care on;

[ELAMENTABILIS, ELAMENTABILIS, ELAMENTABILE] : ADJ very lamentable;

[ELANGUESCO, ELANGUESCERE, ELANGUI] : V begin to lose one's vigor, droop, flag; slacken, relax;

[ELATE, ELATIUS, ELATISSIME] : ADV haughtily, proudly; insolently; in a grand/lofty style of speech/writing;

[ELATIO] : high wave, self-exaltation.

[ELATUS] : puffed up.

[ELATUS] : puff-up, proud of oneself, arrogant.

[ELECTIO, ELECTIONIS] : N choice, selection;

[ELECTRUM, ELECTRI] : N amber; electrum, an alloy of gold and silver;

[ELECTRUM] : amber.

[ELECTUS, ELECTA, ELECTUM] : ADJ chosen, select, picked; choice;

[ELECTUS] : chosen, select.

[ELEEMOSYNA, ELEEMOSYNAE] : N alms, almshouse; gift to a church, religious foundation; pity; (act of) mercy;

[ELEFANTUS, ELEFANTI] : N elephant; ivory; large variety of lobster, large sea creature; elephantiasis;

[ELEGANS, (GEN.), ELEGANTIS] : ADJ elegant, fine, handsome; tasteful; fastidious, critical; discriminating, polite;

[ELEGANS] : elegant, fine.

[ELEGANTER, ELEGANTIUS, ELEGANTISSIME] : ADV elegantly, attractively; properly/rightly, w/correct taste/conduct; neatly;

[ELEGANTIA, ELEGANTIAE] : N elegance; niceness; taste; politeness;

[ELEGEIA, ELEGEIAE] : N elegy;

[ELEGIA, ELEGIAE] : N elegy;

[ELEGUS, ELEGI] : N elegiac verses (pl.), elegy;

[ELEISON, UNDECLINED] : V have mercy (upon us); (greek imperative);

[ELELISPHACOS] : salvia Salvia trilobs (L.)

[ELEMENTUM, ELEMENTI] : N element, origin; first principle;

[ELEMENTUM, ELEMENTI] : N elements (pl.); rudiments, beginnings; kinds of matter (earth/air/fire/water);

[ELEMENTUM] : first principle, element, basic constituent.

[ELEMOSINA, ELEMOSINAE] : N alms, almshouse; gift to a church, religious foundation; pity; (act of) mercy;

[ELEMOSINA] : alms

[ELEMOSINA] : alms.

[ELEMOSINARIUS] : almoner, person in charge of providing charity.

[ELEMOSYNA, ELEMOSYNAE] : N alms, almshouse; gift to a church, religious foundation; pity; (act of) mercy;

[ELENCHUS, ELENCHI] : N pearl pendant worn as an earring;

[ELEPHANS, ELEPHANTIS] : N elephant; ivory; large variety of lobster, large sea creature; elephantiasis;

[ELEPHANTUS, ELEPHANTI] : N elephant; ivory; large variety of lobster, large sea creature; elephantiasis;

[ELEPHASUS, ELEPHANTI] : N elephant; ivory; large variety of lobster, large sea creature; elephantiasis;

[ELEVATIO, ELEVATIONIS] : N raising, lifting up;

[ELEVO, ELEVARE, ELEVAVI, ELEVATUS] : V lift up, raise; alleviate; lessen; make light of;

[ELEYSON, UNDECLINED] : V have mercy (upon us); (greek imperative);

[ELICIO, ELICERE, ELICUI, ELICITUS] : V draw/pull out/forth, entice, elicit, coax;

[ELIDO, ELIDERE, ELISI, ELISUS] : V strike or dash out; expel; shatter; crush out; strangle; destroy;

[ELIDO] : to dash to pieces.

[ELIGO, ELIGERE, ELEGI, ELECTUS] : V pick out, choose;

[ELIGO] : to elect.

[ELIGO] : to pick out, select, choose.

[ELIMINO, ELIMINARE, ELIMINAVI, ELIMINATUS] : V to carry out of doors; (w/dicta => to blab);

[ELINGUIS, ELINGUIS, ELINGUE] : ADJ speechless or without eloquence;

[ELIX, ELICIS] : N furrow in cornfield for draining off water (usu. pl.), trench, drain, ditch;

[ELIXUS, ELIXA, ELIXUM] : ADJ boiled; (of meat);

[ELLEBORUM, ELLEBORI] : N hellebore (plant); (considered a remedy for madness);

[ELLEBORUS, ELLEBORI] : N hellebore (plant); (considered a remedy for madness);

[ELLUOR, ELLUARI, -, ELLUATUS SUM] : V spend immoderately (eating/luxuries); be a glutton; squander;

[ELOCUTIO, ELOCUTIONIS] : N oratorical delivery, elocution;

[ELOGIUM, ELOGII] : N clause added to will/codicil; written particulars on prisoner; inscription;

[ELONGINQUO, ELONGINQUARE, ELONGINQUAVI, ELONGINQUATUS] : V remove;

[ELONGO, ELONGARE, ELONGAVI, ELONGATUS] : V withdraw, depart; remove; keep aloof;

[ELOPSELLOPS, ELOPSELLOPIS] : N fish (perhaps sturgeon);

[ELOQUENS, (GEN.), ELOQUENTIS] : ADJ eloquent, articulate;

[ELOQUENS] : eloquent, persuasive, fluent.

[ELOQUENTIA, ELOQUENTIAE] : N eloquence;

[ELOQUENTIA] : eloquence, readiness of speech, fluency, persuasiveness.

[ELOQUIUM, ELOQUI(I)] : N eloquence; speech, utterance/word; manner of speaking, diction; pronouncement;

[ELOQUOR, ELOQUI, -, ELOCTUS SUM] : V speak out, utter;

[ELOQUOR] : to speak out, express oneself, declare, speak eloquently.

[ELUCEO, ELUCERE, ELUXI] : V shine forth; show itself; be manifest;

[ELUCESCO, ELUCESCERE,] : V shine forth; (erasmus);

[ELUCIDO, ELUCIDARE, ELUCIDAVI, ELUCIDATUS] : V light; enlighten;

[ELUCIDO] : to light.

[ELUCTOR, ELUCTARI, -, ELUCTATUS SUM] : V force a way through; surmount a difficulty;

[ELUCUBRO, ELUCUBRARE, ELUCUBRAVI, ELUCUBRATUS] : V compose at night; burn the midnight oil over, spend the night working;

[ELUCUBRO] : to compose with great labor.

[ELUCUBROR, ELUCUBRARI, -, ELUCUBRATUS SUM] : V compose at night; burn the midnight oil over, spend the night working;

[ELUDO, ELUDERE, ELUSI, ELUSUS] : V elude, escape from; parry; baffle; cheat; frustrate; mock, make fun of;

[ELUL, UNDECLINED] : N elul; sixth month of the jewish ecclesiastical year;

[ELUMBIS, ELUMBIS, ELUMBE] : ADJ weak, feeble;

[ELUO, ELUERE, ELUI, ELUTUS] : V wash clean; wash away, clear oneself (of);

[ELUO] : to wash out, rinse cleanse / squander, waste.

[ELUO] : to wash out, rinse cleanse/ squander, waste.

[ELUVIES, ELUVIEI] : N flowing out, discharge; a flowing over, flood;

[ELUVIES] : a flowing over, flood, innundation.

[ELUVIO, ELUVIONIS] : N an inundation;

[ELUVIO] : inundation.

[EM] : INTERJ there! (of wonder); here!;

[EMACULO, EMACULARE, EMACULAVI, EMACULATUS] : V cleanse of stains/spots, make clean; heal; correct/clear from faults (erasmus);

[EMANCIPATIO, EMANCIPATIONIS] : N emancipation; release from patria potestas; conveyance/transfer of property;

[EMANCIPO, EMANCIPARE, EMANCIPAVI, EMANCIPATUS] : V emancipate (a son from his father's authority); alienate; make subservient;

[EMANEO] : to flow out, spread/ arise, emanate, originate.

[EMANIO] : to flow out, spread / arise, emanate, originate.

[EMANO, EMANARE, EMANAVI, EMANATUS] : V flow out; arise, emanate from, become known;

[EMARCESCO, EMARCESCERE, EMARCUI] : V wither away; pine away;

[EMARCESCO, EMARCESCERE, EMARCUI] : V shrink, wither/dwindle away; disappear (l+s); (~ cor meum => fainted);

[EMAX, (GEN.), EMACIS] : ADJ fond/overfond of buying;

[EMBLEM, EMBLEMATIS] : N inlaid or mosaic work;

[EMBOLIUM, EMBOLII] : N dramatic interlude;

[EMENDATOR] : corrector, editor.

[EMENDO, EMENDARE, EMENDAVI, EMENDATUS] : V correct, emend, repair; improve, free from errors;

[EMENDO] : to amend, correct

[EMENDO] : to amend, correct.

[EMENDO] : to free from faults, emend, edit.

[EMENTIOR, EMENTIRI, -, EMENTITUS SUM] : V lie, feign, falsify, invent;

[EMERCOR, EMERCARI, -, EMERCATUS SUM] : V bribe; win (over) by bribing; win/buy up/procure favors by bribes;

[EMERCOR] : to buy up.

[EMEREO, EMERERE, EMERUI, EMERITUS] : V earn, obtain by service, merit, deserve; emerge; complete/serve out one's time;

[EMEREO] : to obtain by service, earn completely, deserve well.

[EMEREOR, EMERERI, -, EMERITUS SUM] : V earn, obtain by service, merit, deserve; emerge; complete/serve out one's time;

[EMEREOR] : to deserve.

[EMERGO, EMERGERE, EMERSI, EMERSUS] : V rise up out of the water, emerge; escape; appear; arrive;

[EMERGO] : emersi ; emersum ; to arise, come up, rise up, occur.

[EMERIO] : to obtain by service, earn completely, deserve well.

[EMERITUM, EMERITI] : N pension given to discharged soldiers; vetern's reward;

[EMERITUS, EMERITA, EMERITUM] : ADJ past service, worn out, unfit, burnt out; veteran; that has finished work;

[EMERITUS, EMERITI] : N discharged veteran, soldier who has completed his service, exempt;

[EMETIOR, EMETIRI, -, EMENSUS SUM] : V measure out; pass through;

[EMICO, EMICARE, EMICUI, EMICATUS] : V leap out, spring/shine forth; appear suddenly;

[EMICO] : to shine.

[EMIGRO, EMIGRARE, EMIGRAVI, EMIGRATUS] : V move out; depart;

[EMINENS, (GEN.), EMINENTIS] : ADJ lofty; prominent; eminent;

[EMINEO, EMINERE, EMINUI] : V stand out; be prominent/preeminent, excel; project;

[EMINEO] : to be prominent, conspicuous .

[EMINEO] : to stand out, project, be remarkable, conspicuous.

[EMINOR] : to threaten, menace.

[EMINUS] : ADV at/from a distance/long range/afar; beyond sword reach, a spear's throw off;

[EMINUS] : at a distance, from a distance.

[EMIOLIOS] : one and a half.

[EMIROR, EMIRARI, -, EMIRATUS SUM] : V wonder greatly at;

[EMIROR] : to wonder at exceedingly.

[EMISSARIUM, EMISSARI(I)] : N channel for surplus water, drain; outlet for morbid matter (medical);

[EMISSARIUS, EMISSARI(I)] : N emissary. agent, person sent on particular mission; side-shoot left (vine);

[EMISSICIUS, EMISSICIA, EMISSICIUM] : ADJ sent out as emissary or spy;

[EMITTO, EMITTERE, EMISI, EMISSUS] : V hurl; let go; utter; send out; drive; force; cast; discharge; expel; publish;

[EMITTO] : to send out.

[EMO EMI EMPTUM] : to buy, purchase.

[EMO, EMERE, ADDITIONAL, FORMS] : V buy; gain, acquire, obtain;

[EMO, EMERE, EMI, EMPTUS] : V buy; gain, acquire, obtain;

[EMODEROR, EMODERARI, -, EMODERATUS SUM] : V soothe, restrain; (a passion);

[EMODULOR, EMODULARI, -, EMODULATUS SUM] : V set (poetry) to a certain rhythm;

[EMOLIOR, EMOLIRI, -, EMOLITUS SUM] : V achieve, carry through (hard task); remove w/effort; force/heave out/up;

[EMOLLIO, EMOLLIRE, EMOLLIVI, EMOLLITUS] : V soften; enervate, mellow;

[EMOLUMENTUM, EMOLUMENTI] : N advantage, benefit;

[EMORIOR, EMORI, -, EMORTUUS SUM] : V die, die off, perish; die out; decease, pass away;

[EMOVEO, EMOVERE, EMOVI, EMOTUS] : V move away, remove, dislodge;

[EMOVEO] : to move away, remove, take away.

[EMPIRICUS, EMPIRICI] : N an unscientific physician, empiric;

[EMPORIUM, EMPORI(I)] : N centre/place of trade, market town; market, mart;

[EMPTICIUS, EMPTICIA, EMPTICIUM] : ADJ purchased, bought, obtained by purchase;

[EMPTIO, EMPTIONIS] : N purchase/acquisition, thing bought; deed of purchase; act of buying/purchasing;

[EMPTIO, EMPTIONIS] : N purchase, act of buying; acquisition, thing bought; deed of purchase;

[EMPTIO] : a buying, a purchase.

[EMPTOR, EMPTORIS] : N buyer, purchaser;

[EMUNDATIO, EMUNDATIONIS] : N cleansing, cleaning;

[EMUNDO, EMUNDARE, EMUNDAVI, EMUNDATUS] : V clean thoroughly, free of dirt/impurity; make quite clean (l+s); cleanse/purify;

[EMUNDO] : to cleanse.

[EMUNGO, EMUNGERE, EMUNXI, EMUNCTUS] : V wipe the nose; trick, swindle;

[EMUNIO, EMUNIRE, EMUNIVI, EMUNITUS] : V fortify; make roads through;

[EN] : behold!.

[EN] : INTERJ behold! see! lo! here! hey! look at this!;

[en], wear away, wear down.

[ENARRABILIS, ENARRABILIS, ENARRABILE] : ADJ that may be described or explained;

[ENARRO, ENARRARE, ENARRAVI, ENARRATUS] : V describe; explain/relate in detail;

[ENASCOR, ENASCARI, -, ENATUS SUM] : V sprout/spring forth, arise/be born out of something by natural growth; (day);

[ENATO, ENATARE, ENATAVI, ENATATUS] : V escape by swimming;

[ENCAENIUM, ENCAENII] : N feast of the dedication of the temple (jewish);

[ENCENIUM, ENCENII] : N feast of the dedication of the temple (jewish);

[ENDROMIS, ENDROMIDIS] : N rough cloak worn after exercise;

[ENECO, ENECARE, ENECUI, ENECTUS] : V kill, deprive of life; kill off; exhaust, wear out, destroy, burnout, plague;

[ENERVIS, ENERVIS, ENERVE] : ADJ powerless, weak; nerveless, feeble, languid; limp/slack/not taut (objects);

[ENERVO, ENERVARE, ENERVAVI, ENERVATUS] : V weaken, enervate, make effeminate, deprive of vigor; remove the sinews from;

[ENERVUS, ENERVA, ENERVUM] : ADJ powerless, weak; nerveless, feeble, languid; limp/slack/not taut (objects);

[ENICO, ENICARE, ENICUI, ENICTUS] : V kill, deprive of life; kill off; exhaust, wear out, destroy, burnout, plague;

[ENICO, ENICARE, ENICUI, ENECTUS] : V kill, deprive of life; kill off; exhaust, wear out, destroy, burnout, plague;

[ENIM] : (conj) namely, indeed, certainly, in fact, for, because

[ENIM] : CONJ namely (postpos); indeed; in fact; for; i mean, for instance, that is to say;

[ENIM] : for, in fact, truly (may often be omitted).

[ENIM] : for, in fact, truly (may often be omitted)

[ENIM] : in fact, truly, indeed.

[ENIM] : in fact, truly, indeed

[ENIMVERO] : CONJ to be sure, certainly; well, upon by word; but, on the other hand; what is more;

[ENIMVERO] : indeed.

[ENITEO, ENITERE, ENITUI] : V shine forth/out; be outstanding/conspicuous;

[ENITEO] : to gleam.

[ENITESCO, ENITESCERE, ENITUI] : V become bright, gleam; stand out;

[ENITOR, ENITI, -, ENISUS SUM] : V bring forth, bear, give birth to; struggle upwards, mount, climb, strive;

[ENITOR, ENITI, -, ENIXUS SUM] : V bring forth, bear, give birth to; struggle upwards, mount, climb, strive;

[ENITOR] : to labour to bring forth, bear children.

[ENIXE, ENIXIUS, ENIXISSIME] : ADV earnestly, assiduously, with strenuous efforts;

[ENO, ENARE, ENAVI, ENATUS] : V swim out;

[ENODATIO, ENODATIONIS] : N untying; explanation;

[ENODIS, ENODIS, ENODE] : ADJ without knots; smooth;

[ENORMIS, ENORMIS, ENORME] : ADJ irregular; immense, enormous;

[ENSIFER, ENSIFERA, ENSIFERUM] : ADJ sword-bearing;

[ENSIGER, ENSIGERA, ENSIGERUM] : ADJ sword-bearing;

[ENSIS, ENSIS] : N sword;

[ENSIS] : sword.

[ENTHYMEMA, ENTHYMEMATIS] : N thought, line of thought, argument; kind of syllogism;

[ENUBO, ENUBERE, ENUPSI, ENUPTUS] : V marry out of ones rank/outside one's community (women); marry and leave home;

[ENUCLEATE] : plainly.

[ENUCLEATUS, ENUCLEATA, ENUCLEATUM] : ADJ straightforward, simple, clear, plain;

[ENUCLEO, ENUCLEARE, ENUCLEAVI, ENUCLEATUS] : V take out the kernel/nut, shell; to explain in detail;

[ENUCLEO] : to make clear.

[ENUMERO, ENUMERARE, ENUMERAVI, ENUMERATUS] : V count up, pay out; specify, enumerate;

[ENUMERO] : to count, count up, enumerate.

[ENUNTIO, ENUNTIARE, ENUNTIAVI, ENUNTIATUS] : V reveal; say; disclose; report; speak out, express, declare;

[ENUNTIO, ENUNTIARE, ENUNTIAVI, ENUNTIATUS] : V reveal/divulge/make known/disclose; speak out, express/state/assert; articulate;

[ENUTRIO, ENUTRIRE, ENUTRIVI, ENUTRITUS] : V nurture, rear (offspring);

[ENUTRIO] : to bring up.

[EO IRE ITUM] : to go, advance, proceed, travel, move along, progress.

[EO QUOD] : because

[EO, IRE, IVI(II), ITUS] : V go, walk; march, advance; pass; flow; pass (time); ride; sail;

[EO] : ADV there, to that place; on this account, therefore; to that degree, so far;

[EO] : to advance, march on, go, leave.

[EODEM] : ADV to the same place/purpose;

[EOSOS, EOSI] : N the dawn, dawn (personified); the orient;

[EOUS, EOA, EOUM] : ADJ eastern; of the dawn; belonging to/of/set in the morning;

[EOUS, EOI] : N the morning star; dweller in the east; one of the horses of the sun;

[EPASTUS, EPASTA, EPASTUM] : ADJ eaten up;

[EPHEBEUM, EPHEBEI] : N hall in gymnasium for the use of adolescents/teens;

[EPHEBICEUS, EPHEBICEA, EPHEBICEUM] : ADJ suitable for adolescent/teen boy(s);

[EPHEBUS, EPHEBI] : N boy (greek) at age of puberty; youth; adolescent (age 18-20 by athenian law);

[EPHEBUS] : youth.

[EPHEMERIS, EPHEMERIDIS] : N journal, diary;

[EPHESIUS, EPHESIA, EPHESIUM] : ADJ of/from/belonging to ephesus (city in asia minor), ephesian;

[EPHESOS, EPHESI] : N ephesus, city in asia minor (w/temple of artemis/a 7 wonder);

[EPHESUS, EPHESI] : N ephesus, city in asia minor (w/temple of artemis/a 7 wonder);

[EPHIPPIATUS, EPHIPPIATA, EPHIPPIATUM] : ADJ riding with a saddle;

[EPHIPPIUM, EPHIPPI(I)] : N pad saddle, horse blanket (to ride on);

[EPHOD, UNDECLINED] : N part od clothing of a jewish priest;

[EPHOEBIAS, EPHOEBIAE] : N body of youth; group of adolescent boys;

[EPHOEBUS, EPHOEBI] : N boy (greek) at age of puberty; youth; adolescent (age 18-20 by athenian law);

[EPHORUS, EPHORI] : N an ephor, a spartan magistrate;

[EPHPHETA, UNDECLINED] : V be thou opened (mark 7] : 34); (aramaic);

[EPHRATHEUS, EPHRATHEI] : N ephramite, member of the israel tribe of ephraim;

[EPICINIUM, EPICINI(I)] : N aftermath, afterwards; (victory);

[EPICOPUS, EPICOPA, EPICOPUM] : ADJ provided with oars;

[EPICROCUS, EPICROCA, EPICROCUM] : ADJ transparent, fine;

[EPICUREUS, EPICUREA, EPICUREUM] : ADJ epicurean, belonging to the epicureans, following philosopher epicurus;

[EPICUREUS, EPICUREI] : N epicurean, one belonging to the epicureans, follower philosopher epicurus;

[EPICURIUS, EPICURIA, EPICURIUM] : ADJ epicurean, belonging to the epicureans, following philosopher epicurus;

[EPICURIUS, EPICURII] : N epicurean, one belonging to the epicureans, follower philosopher epicurus;

[EPICUS, EPICA, EPICUM] : ADJ epic;

[EPIDICTICUS, EPIDICTICA, EPIDICTICUM] : ADJ for display;

[EPIDIPNIS, EPIDIPNIDIS] : N dessert;

[EPIGRAMMA, EPIGRAMMATIS] : N inscription, epigram;

[EPILOGUS, EPILOGI] : N conclusion, peroration, epilogue;

[EPIMENIUM, EPIMENII] : N month's rations (pl.);

[EPINICION, EPINICII] : N song of victory;

[EPINICIUM, EPINICII] : N song of victory;

[EPINIKION, EPINIKII] : N song of victory;

[EPIREDIUM, EPIREDII] : N strap by which a horse was fastened to a vehicle; a trace;

[EPISCOPALIS, EPISCOPALIS, EPISCOPALE] : ADJ episcopal, of a bishop;

[EPISCOPALIS] : episcopal.

[EPISCOPALIS] : episcopal

[EPISCOPATUS, EPISCOPATI] : N bishopic; episcopate; office/dignity of a bishop; episcopal/bishop's see;

[EPISCOPUS, EPISCOPI] : N bishop; overseer;

[EPISCOPUS] : bishop.

[EPISCOPUS] : bishop

[EPISTOLA, EPISTOLAE] : N letter, dispatch;

[EPISTOLA] : letter, epistle, missive, message.

[EPISTOLIUM, EPISTOLII] : N little letter, note;

[EPISTULA NON ERUBESCIT. ] : PHRASE a letter doesn't blush.

[EPISTULA, EPISTULAE] : N letter, dispatch;

[EPISTULA] : letter, epistle, missive, message.

[EPISTULA] : letter, epistle, missive, message

[EPISTYLIUM, EPISTYLII] : N architrave, crossbeam on/between columns; architrave+frieze+connice; capital;

[EPITAPHIUM, EPITAPHII] : N funeral oration;

[EPITAPHIUM] : funeral oration.

[EPITAPHIUM] : funeral oration

[EPITHALAMIUM, EPITHALAMII] : N nuptial song;

[EPITHALAMIUM] : wedding song.

[EPITHALAMIUM] : wedding song

[EPITHECA, EPITHECAE] : N addition;

[EPITOMA, EPITOMAE] : N epitome, abridgement;

[EPITOMA] : abridgement, summary

[EPITOMA] : abridgement, summary.

[EPITOME, EPITOMES] : N epitome, abridgement;

[EPITOME] : abridgement, summary.

[EPITOME] : abridgement, summary

[EPOPS, EPOPIS] : N hoopoe;

[EPOPS] : epopis ; the hoopoe (a bird).

[EPOPS] : epopis ; the hoopoe (a bird)

[EPOREDORIX, EPOREDORIGIS] : N eporedorix; a aedui gaul;

[EPOS] : epic poem

[EPOS] : epic poem.

[EPOS] : N epic poem (only in nom and acc s),;

[EPOTO, EPOTARE, EPOTAVI, EPOTATUS] : V drink down/up, quaff, drain; absorb; swallow/suck up; empty (a vessel); engulf;

[EPOTO, EPOTARE, EPOTAVI, EPOTUS] : V drink down/up, quaff, drain; absorb; swallow/suck up; empty (a vessel); engulf;

[EPOTUS, EPOTA, EPOTUM] : ADJ drunk up/down, drained; exhausted; absorbed, swallowed up;

[EPOTUS] : drunk up, drained / swallowed up

[EPOTUS] : drunk up, drained/ swallowed up.

[EPPHETA, UNDECLINED] : V be thou opened (mark 7] : 34); (aramaic);

[EPTHECA] : an addition.

[EPTHECA] : an addition

[EPULA, EPULAE] : N courses (pl.), food, dishes of food; dinner; banquet; feast for the eyes;

[EPULAE] : a banquet, feast/ food/ dishes, courses of a meal.

[EPULAE] : epularum ; a banquet, feast / food / dishes, courses of a meal

[EPULO] : sumptuous food, banquet, feast.

[EPULOR, EPULARI, -, EPULATUS SUM] : V dine sumptuously, feast;

[EPULOR] : to dine.

[EPULOR] : to feast, banquet, dine.

[EPULOR] : to feast, feast on

[EPULOR] : to feast, feast on.

[EPULOR] : to feast, banquet, dine

[EPULUM, EPULI] : N feast; solemn or public banquet; entertainment;

[EPULUM] : a banquet, feast.

[EPULUM] : a banquet, feast

[EQ, ABB.] : N knight (eques); abb. eq.; member of the equestrian order;

[EQUA, EQUAE] : N mare;

[EQUA] : a mare

[EQUA] : a mare.

[EQUES EQUITIS] : horseman, cavalry man rider (classical).

[EQUES, EQUITIS] : N horseman/cavalryman/rider; horsemen (pl.), cavalry, equestrian order;

[EQUES, EQUITIS] : N knight (abb. eq.); one wealthy enough to supply his own horse; horse (bee);

[EQUES] : equitis ; horseman, cavalry man rider (classical).

[EQUES] : horseman.

[EQUESTER, EQUESTRIS, EQUESTRE] : ADJ equestrian, relating to cavalry;

[EQUESTER, EQUESTRIS] : N knight;

[EQUESTER] : (-stris, stre) equestrian, relating to cavalry

[EQUESTER] : (-stris, stre) equestrian, relating to cavalry.

[EQUIDEM] : (adv) indeed, truly, for my part.

[EQUIDEM] : ADV truly, indeed; for my part;

[EQUINUS, EQUINA, EQUINUM] : ADJ concerning horses;

[EQUINUS] : equine, relating to horses.

[EQUINUS] : equine, relating to horses

[EQUIPOLLENTER] : ADV equivalently;

[EQUISO, EQUISONIS] : N groom, stable-boy; person in charge of horses;

[EQUITATUS, EQUITATUS] : N cavalry;

[EQUITATUS] : cavalry, horsemen (classical)

[EQUITATUS] : cavalry, horsemen (classical).

[EQUITO, EQUITARE, EQUITAVI, EQUITATUS] : V ride (horseback);

[EQUITO] : (-are) to ride on horseback

[EQUITO] : (-are) to ride on horseback.

[EQUITO] : to ride, ride through.

[EQUIVALENTER] : ADV equivalently;

[EQUUS, EQUI] : N horse;

[EQUUS] : horse, steed, mount.

[EQUUS] : horse, steed, mount

[ERA, ERAE] : N mistress; lady of the house; woman in relation to her servants; lady;

[ERA] : mistress, lady.

[ERA] : mistress, lady

[ERADICO, ERADICARE, ERADICAVI, ERADICATUS] : V root out,eradicate;

[ERADICO] : to root out, destroy, obliterate, get rid of

[ERADICO] : to root out, destroy, obliterate, get rid of.

[ERADO] : erasi ; erasum ; (-ere) to scratch out, erase/ destroy.

[ERADO] : erasi ; erasum ; (-ere) to scratch out, erase / destroy

[ERCISCO, ERCISCERE,] : V to divide an inheritance;

[ERECTUS, ERECTA, ERECTUM] : ADJ high, erect;

[ERECTUS] : proud/ alert/ anxious/ cheerful.

[ERECTUS] : upright, standing / resolute / proud / alert / anxious / cheerful

[EREMITA, EREMITAE] : N hermit, eremite; anchorite; recluse;

[EREMITICUS, EREMITICA, EREMITICUM] : ADJ solitary, secluded, recluse; living like a hermit;

[EREMITIS, (GEN.), EREMIDIS] : ADJ solitary, secluded, recluse; living like a hermit;

[EREMUS, EREMA, EREMUM] : ADJ waste, desert;

[EREMUS, EREMI] : N wilderness, wasteland, desert;

[EREPO] : to creep out, creep over, creep up.

[EREPTIO] : seizure, taking by force, confiscation.

[EREPTIO] : seizure, taking by force, confiscation

[EREPTIO] : seizure.

[EREPTOR] : thief, robber.

[EREPTOR] : thief, robber

[ERGA] : (+ acc.) toward, about.

[ERGA] : (+ acc.) toward, about

[ERGA] : PREP towards, opposite (friendly);

[ERGASTILUS, ERGASTILI] : N jailer in a ergastulum/workhouse/penitentiary;

[ERGASTULUM, ERGASTULI] : N prison; prison on estate where refractory slaves worked in chains; workhouse;

[ERGASTULUM, ERGASTULI] : N convicts (pl.); chain gang; inmates of a workhouse/penitentiary;

[ERGASTULUM] : a workhouse for slaves

[ERGASTULUM] : a workhouse for slaves.

[ERGO] : (adv.) accordingly, then, therefore

[ERGO] : (adv.) accordingly, then, therefore.

[ERGO] : (gen. +) on account of, because of.

[ERGO] : (gen. +) on account of, because of

[ERGO] : ADV therefore; well, then, now;

[ERICIUS, ERICI(I)] : N hedgehog; beam thickly studded with iron spikes as a military barrier;

[ERICIUS] : (mil.) hedgehog, chevaux de frise.

[ERICIUS] : (mil.) hedgehog, chevaux de frise

[ERIGO ; EREXI] : erectum ; to erect, raise, set up / arouse, encourage, incite

[ERIGO, ERIGERE, EREXI, ERECTUS] : V raise, erect, build; rouse, excite, stimulate;

[ERIGO] : to arouse, raise up.

[ERIGO] : to erect, raise, set up/ arouse, encourage, incite.

[ERILIS, ERILIS, ERILE] : ADJ of a master or mistress;

[ERILIS] : relating to a master or mistress

[ERILIS] : relating to a master or mistress.

[ERINACEUS, ERINACEI] : N hedgehog;

[ERINACIUS, ERINACII] : N hedgehog;

[ERIPIO, ERIPERE, ERIPUI, EREPTUS] : V snatch away, take by force; rescue;

[ERIPIO] : eripui ; ereptum ; to snatch away, take away/ rescue, free.

[ERIPIO] : eripui ; ereptum ; to snatch away, take away / rescue, free

[ERIPIO] : to snatch.

[ERIS, ERIS] : N hedgehog;

[ERO, ERONIS] : N kind of basket made with plaited reeds; hamper; (aero);

[ERODIO, ERODIONIS] : N heron; (pure latin - ardea); hamper; (aero);

[EROGATIO, EROGATIONIS] : N paying out, distribution;

[EROGATIO] : payment, expenditure.

[EROGATIO] : payment, expenditure

[EROGO, EROGARE, EROGAVI, EROGATUS] : V pay out, expend;

[EROGO] : to ask for / to pay out, expend, disburse

[EROGO] : to ask for/ to pay out, expend, disburse.

[EROGO] : to disburse.

[ERRABUNDUS, ERRABUNDA, ERRABUNDUM] : ADJ wandering;

[ERRABUNDUS] : wandering.

[ERRABUNDUS] : wandering

[ERRATICUS, ERRATICA, ERRATICUM] : ADJ roving, erratic; wild;

[ERRATIO] : a wandering, straying.

[ERRATIO] : a wandering, straying

[ERRATUM] : fault, error, mistake.

[ERRATUM] : fault, error, mistake

[ERRATUS] : wandering, straying.

[ERRATUS] : wandering, straying

[ERRAUM, ERRAI] : N error, mistake; lapse;

[ERRO, ERRARE, ERRAVI, ERRATUS] : V wander, go astray; make a mistake, err; vacillate;

[ERRO, ERRONIS] : N truant; vagabond, wanderer;

[ERRO] : to go astray, wander, err.

[ERRO] : to wander, stray, rove / be mistaken, err, go astray.

[ERRO] : to wander, stray, rove/ be mistaken, err, go astray.

[ERRONEUS, ERRONEA, ERRONEUM] : ADJ wandering, straying; vagrant;

[ERROR, ERRORIS] : N wandering; error; winding, maze; uncertainty; deception;

[ERROR] : erroris ; error, mistake, going astray.

[ERROR] : erroris ; error, mistake, going astray / uncertainty / deception

[ERROR] : uncertainty/ deception.

[ERROR] : wandering, error, mistake, deception.

[ERUBESCO, ERUBESCERE, ERUBUI] : V redden, blush, blush at; blush for shame, be ashamed of;

[ERUBESCO] : (+ inf.) to blush to, (+acc.) blush for, respect

[ERUBESCO] : (+ inf.) to blush to, (+acc.) blush for, respect.

[ERUBESCUNDUS] : something to be ashamed of, worth blushing over.

[ERUBESCUNDUS] : something to be ashamed of, worth blushing over

[ERUCA, ERUCAE] : N colewort;

[ERUCA] : a colewort (plant).

[ERUCA] : a colewort (plant)

[ERUCTO, ERUCTARE, ERUCTAVI, ERUCTATUS] : V bring up noisily; discharge violently;

[ERUCTO] : (-are) to vomit, throw up/ to cast out, throw out.

[ERUCTO] : (-are) to vomit, throw up / to cast out, throw out, eject / belch

[ERUCTO] : eject/ belch.

[ERUDIO, ERUDIRE, ERUDIVI, ERUDITUS] : V educate, teach, instruct;

[ERUDIO] : to polish, smooth/ instruct, teach, educate.

[ERUDIO] : to polish, instruct.

[ERUDIO] : to polish, smooth / instruct, teach, educate.

[ERUDITIO, ERUDITIONIS] : N instruction, teaching; knowledge aquired by instruction, learning; culture;

[ERUDITIO] : instruction, teaching/ knowledge, learning.

[ERUDITIO] : instruction, teaching / knowledge, learning

[ERUDITUS, ERUDITA, ERUDITUM] : ADJ learned, skilled;

[ERUGO, ERUGARE, ERUGAVI, ERUGATUS] : V take wrinkles/creases from;

[ERUGO, ERUGERE, -, ERUCTUS] : V disgorge noisily (food/drink);

[ERUMPO, ERUMPERE, ERUMPI, ERUMPTUS] : V break out, burst/sally forth; erupt;

[ERUMPO] : erumpi ; eruptum ; (-ere) to break open, vent, discharge, erupt

[ERUMPO] : erumpi ; eruptum ; (-ere) to break out, burst forth / (milit.) attack

[ERUMPO] : to break open, vent, discharge, erupt.

[ERUMPO] : to break out, burst forth/ (milit.) attack.

[ERUO, ERUERE, ERUI, ERUTUS] : V pluck/dig/root up, overthrow, destroy; elicit;

[ERUO] : to dig up, pull out / raze, demolish

[ERUO] : to dig up, pull out/ raze, demolish.

[ERUO] : to pluck, rescue.

[ERUPTIO, ERUPTIONIS] : N sortie, rush, sally, sudden rush of troops from a position;

[ERUPTIO] : an eruption, bursting forth / sally, attack, assault

[ERUPTIO] : an eruption, bursting forth/ sally, attack, assault.

[ERUS, ERI] : N master, owner;

[ERUS] : master, owner, lord

[ERUS] : master, owner, lord.

[ERVUM, ERVI] : N vetch;

[ERVUM] : a bitter weed, vetch

[ERVUM] : a bitter weed, vetch.

[ERYSIMUM] : hedge mustard

[ESCA, ESCAE] : N food, meat; a dish prepared for the table; victuals, viands; bait;

[ESCA] : food / bait

[ESCA] : food.

[ESCA] : food/ bait.

[ESCARIUS, ESCARIA, ESCARIUM] : ADJ relating to food or bait;

[ESCENDO, ESCENDERE, ESCENDI, ESCENSUS] : V ascend, go up, mount;

[ESCENDO] : -scensi, scensum ; to ascend, go up, climb, to go inland

[ESCENDO] : -scensi, scensum ; to ascend, go up, climb, to go inland.

[ESCENSIO] : a movement inland/ milit. marching inland.

[ESCENSIO] : a movement inland / milit. marching inland

[ESCULENTUS, ESCULENTA, ESCULENTUM] : ADJ edible, esculent;

[ESCULENTUS] : succulent, delicious, ripe.

[ESCULENTUS] : succulent, delicious, ripe

[ESECUTIO, ESECUTIONIS] : N performance, carrying out; enforcement (law), act to right wrong; discussion;

[ESIBILIS] : suitable for food p.129

[ESITO] : (-are) to continue eating

[ESITO] : (-are) to continue eating.

[ESSE SUAE POTESTATIS] : to be one's own master.

[ESSE] : nature of being.

[ESSEDARIUS, ESSEDARIA, ESSEDARIUM] : ADJ of or belonging to a war chariot;

[ESSEDARIUS, ESSEDARI(I)] : N gladiator, soldier fighting from a chariot;

[ESSEDARIUS] : one who fight from a chariot.

[ESSEDARIUS] : one who fight from a chariot

[ESSEDUM, ESSEDI] : N war chariot (two wheeled); light traveling carriage;

[ESSENTIA, ESSENTIAE] : N essence, substance, being, actuality, essential thing; existing entity, whole;

[ESSENTIAL, ESSENTIALIS] : N essential qualities (pl.);

[ESSENTIALIS, ESSENTIALIS, ESSENTIALE] : ADJ essential;

[ESSENTIALITER] : ADV essentially;

[ESSENTIFICATIO, ESSENTIFICATIONIS] : N realization, making real;

[ESSENTIFICO, ESSENTIFICARE, ESSENTIFICAVI, ESSENTIFICATUS] : V make real; endow with essence;

[ESSENTIO, ESSENTIRE, ESSENSI, ESSENSUS] : V make real; endow with essence;

[EST QUAEDAM FLERE VOLUPTAS. ] : PHRASE there is a kind of pleasure in crying.

[ESTUANS, (GEN.), ESTUANTIS] : ADJ passionate?;

[ESTUANTER] : ADV passionately;

[ESURIES, ESURIEI] : N hunger;

[ESURIO, ESURIONIS] : N hungry man/person;

[ESURIO, ESURIRE, ESURIVI, ESURITUS] : V be hungry, hunger; want to eat, desire food; desire eagerly;

[ESURIO] : to be hungry, to hunger / long for, desire, yearn

[ESURITIO] : hunger

[ESURITIO] : hunger.

[ESUS, ESUS] : N eating, taking of food;

[ET .. ET] : both .. and.

[ET ... ET] : both ... and.

[ET ALII/ALIA (ET AL.) ] : PHRASE and others

[ET CETERA (ETC.) ] : PHRASE and so on

[ET TU, BRUTE. ] : PHRASE and you, my brutus.

[ET] : CONJ and, and even; also, even; (et ... et = both ... and);

[ETC, ABB.] : N etcetra, and so forth; abb. etc.; (in use in modern latin texts if not before);

[ETENIM] : (conj) and indeed, for, as a matter of fact

[ETENIM] : CONJ and indeed, because, since, as a matter of fact (independent reason, emphasis);

[ETENIM] : for indeed

[ETENIM] : for indeed.

[ETESIA, ETESIAE] : N etesian winds (pl.), nw winds blowing during dog days in eastern mediterranean;

[ETHNICUS, ETHNICA, ETHNICUM] : ADJ heathen; pagan;

[ETHNICUS, ETHNICI] : N heathen; pagan;

[ETHOLOGUS, ETHOLOGI] : N mimic;

[ETHOLOGUS] : a mimic

[ETHOLOGUS] : a mimic.

[ETHUC] : maidenhair Egyptian, p.129

[ETIAM ATQUE ETIAM] : again and again.

[ETIAM] : (+ comparative) still, etiam maior = still greater, yet greater

[ETIAM] : (answering a question) yes, certainly

[ETIAM] : (asking a question) ; actually? really? in truth?

[ETIAM] : also, besides; even, actually; (time) still

[ETIAM] : and furthermore.

[ETIAM] : as yet, still/ even, also, besides.

[ETIAM] : as yet, still / even, also, besides

[ETIAM] : CONJ now too, as yet, still, even now; and also, besides, furthermore; actually;

[ETIAMNUM] : ADV even now, still, yet;

[ETIAMNUN] : etiamnunc ; yet, still, until now

[ETIAMNUN] : etiamnunc ; yet, still, until now.

[ETIAMNUNC] : ADV even now, still, yet;

[ETIAMSI] : CONJ even if, although;

[ETIAMSI] : even if, although.

[ETIAMSI] : even if, although

[ETIAMTUM] : CONJ even then; yet;

[ETIAMTUM] : etiamtunc ; even then / until then

[ETIAMTUM] : etiamtunc ; even then/ until then.

[ETSI] : (acsi) even if, although, nothwithstanding.

[ETSI] : (acsi) even if, although, nothwithstanding

[ETSI] : (conj.) though, although, and yet

[ETSI] : CONJ although, though, even if; albeit; i know that but;

[ETYMOLOGIA, ETYMOLOGIAE] : N etymology;

[EU] : euge ; eugepae ; good! well done! good job!

[EU] : euge ; eugepae ; good! well done! good job!.

[EU] : INTERJ well done! bravo!; splendid! (sometimes ironic);

[EUCHARIS, EUCHARIS, EUCHARE] : ADJ gracious;

[EUCHARISTIA, EUCHARISTIAE] : N eucharist/communion/lord's table; (elements thereof); any consecrated offering;

[EUCHARISTICON, EUCHARISTICI] : N thanksgiving;

[EUCHARISTICUS, EUCHARISTICA, EUCHARISTICUM] : ADJ eucharistic;

[EUCHARISTIUM, EUCHARISTII] : N consecrated elements (pl.) of the eucharist/communion;

[EUGAE] : INTERJ oh, good! fine! well done! (delight/pleasure/surprise, sometimes ironic);

[EUGE] : INTERJ oh, good! fine! well done! (delight/pleasure/surprise, sometimes ironic);

[EUGEPAE] : INTERJ well done!; (sometimes ironic);

[EUHANS, (GEN.), EUHANTIS] : ADJ uttering the name/cry euhan (bacchus);

[EUHIOS, EUHII] : N title given to bacchus;

[EUHIUS, EUHII] : N title given to bacchus;

[EUHOE] : INTERJ cry of joy used by the votaries of bacchus;

[EUNUCHUS, EUNUCHI] : N eunuch;

[EUNUCHUS] : eunuch

[EUNUCHUS] : eunuch.

[EUOEEUHOE] : INTERJ shout of the bacchantes;

[euphemism]

[euphemism].

[EUPHRATES, EUPHRATIS] : N euphrates; (river);

[EURESILOGUS, EURESLOGI] : N sophist, sophistical person;

[EURIPUS, EURIPI] : N channel, canal;

[EURISILOGUS, EURISLOGI] : N sophist, sophistical person;

[EUROAQUILO, EUROAQUILONIS] : N north-east wind;

[EURONOTUS, EURONOTI] : N south-east wind;

[EUROPA, EUROPAE] : N europe;

[EUROUS, EUROA, EUROUM] : ADJ eastern;

[EURUS, EURI] : N east (or south east) wind; the east;

[EUSEBIUS, EUSEBI] : N eusebius; (bishop of caesarea, 260-341, 'historia ecclesiatica'); (pope 310);

[EVA, EVAE] : N eve;

[EVACUO, EVACUARE, EVACUAVI, EVACUATUS] : V empty (vessel); purge, evacuate (bowels);

[EVACUO] : empty.

[EVADO, EVADERE, EVASI, EVASUS] : V evade, escape; avoid;

[EVADO] : (-ere, -vasi, -vasum) to go out, set out / get off / escape / result

[EVADO] : to escape.

[EVADO] : to go out, set out/ get off/ escape/ result.

[EVAGINO, EVAGINARE, EVAGINAVI, EVAGINATUS] : V unsheath;

[EVAGOR, EVAGARI, -, EVAGATUS SUM] : V wander off/out/forth/to and fro, stray; maneuver; spread, overstep;

[EVAGOR] : to wander out, stray off.

[EVAGOR] : to wander out, stray off

[EVALESCO, EVALESCERE, EVALUI] : V increase in strength; prevail, have sufficient strength (to);

[EVALESCO] : (evalui) to grow strong / become fashionable / prevail / be able

[EVALESCO] : to grow strong/ become fashionable/ prevail/ be able.

[EVANESCO, EVANESCERE, EVANUI] : V vanish/disappear; pass/fade/die (away/out); lapse; become weak/void/forgotten;

[EVANESCO] : (evanui) to vanish, disappear/ pass away.

[EVANESCO] : (evanui) to vanish, disappear / pass away

[EVANESCO] : to vanish.

[EVANGELICUS, EVANGELICA, EVANGELICUM] : ADJ evangelical; of/pertaining to the gospel;

[EVANGELISTA, EVANGELISTAE] : N preacher (of the gospel); evangelist;

[EVANGELIUM, EVANGELI(I)] : N gospel, good news;

[EVANGELIUM, EVANGELII] : N good news; gospel;

[EVANGELIUM] : the gospel.

[EVANGELIUM] : the gospel

[EVANGELIZATOR, EVANGELIZATORIS] : N preacher (of the gospel); evangelist;

[EVANGELIZO, EVANGELIZARE, EVANGELIZAVI, EVANGELIZATUS] : V preach/declare/proclaim (the gospel); evangelize, win to gospel by preaching;

[EVANIDUS, EVANIDA, EVANIDUM] : ADJ vanishing, passing away;

[EVANNO, EVANNERE,] : V winnow out; cast out (the chaff from fan leaving the grain);

[EVASTO, EVASTARE, EVASTAVI, EVASTATUS] : V devastate;

[EVASTO] : (-are) to lay waste, devastate.

[EVASTO] : (-are) to lay waste, devastate

[EVEHO, EVEHERE, EVEXI, EVECTUS] : V carry away, convey out; carry up; exalt; jut out, project;

[EVEHO] : (-vexi, vectum) to carry out (+ relexive) sail away, ride away.

[EVEHO] : (-vexi, vectum) to carry out (+ relexive) sail away, ride away

[EVELLO, EVELLERE, EVELLI, EVULSUS] : V pull/pluck/tear/root out;

[EVELLO] : (-ere, velli, vulsum) to happen, occur, come about, befall

[EVELLO] : (-ere, velli, vulsum) to happen, occur, come about, befall.

[EVELLO] : (-ere, velli, vulsum) to tear out, pluck out / turn out, result

[EVELLO] : to tear out, pluck out/ turn out, result.

[EVENIO, EVENIRE, EVENI, EVENTUS] : V come out/about/forth; happen; turn out;

[EVENIO] : to come to pass, happen, befall.

[EVENIT, EVENIRE, EVENIIT] : V it happens, it turns out; come out, come forth;

[EVENTILATUS, EVENTILATA, EVENTILATUM] : ADJ scattered; dissipated;

[EVENTILO, EVENTILARE, EVENTILAVI, EVENTILATUS] : V winnow thoroughly; fan away; fan (l+s); set in motion (air);

[EVENTUM, EVENTI] : N occurrence, event; issue, outcome;

[EVENTUS, EVENTUS] : N outcome, result, success; event, occurrence; chance, fate, accident;

[EVENTUS] : eventum ; consequence, issue, result, occurrence, experience.

[EVENTUS] : eventum ; consequence, issue, result, occurrence, experience

[EVENTUS] : outcome, success, fate, event, occurrence.

[EVERBERO, EVERBERARE, EVERBERAVI, EVERBERATUS] : V beat violently;

[EVERBERO] : to strike violently, to hit hard.

[EVERBERO] : to strike violently, to hit hard

[EVERRICULUM, EVERRICULI] : N fishing-net, drag-net; clean sweep;

[EVERRICULUM] : a fishing net, seine/ a clean sweep.

[EVERRICULUM] : a fishing net, seine / a clean sweep

[EVERRO] : (-verri, -versus) to sweep out, plunder, pillage

[EVERRO] : (-verri, -versus) to sweep out, plunder, pillage.

[EVERSIO, EVERSIONIS] : N overthrowing; destruction;

[EVERSIO] : an overturning, destruction, ruin.

[EVERSIO] : an overturning, destruction, ruin

[EVERSOR, EVERSORIS] : N one who destroys or overthrows;

[EVERSOR] : a destroyer

[EVERSOR] : a destroyer.

[EVERTO, EVERTERE, EVERTI, EVERSUS] : V overturn, turn upside down; overthrow, destroy, ruin;

[EVERTO] : (vertin, -versum) to destroy, ruin, demolish, raise, overthrow

[EVERTO] : (vertin, -versum) to turn out, throw out, eject / dislodge, overturn

[EVERTO] : to destroy, ruin, demolish, raise, overthrow.

[EVERTO] : to turn out, throw out, eject/ dislodge, overturn.

[EVESTIGATUS, EVESTIGATA, EVESTIGATUM] : ADJ tracked out, discovered;

[EVESTIGATUS] : found out, discovered. tracked down

[EVESTIGATUS] : found out, discovered. tracked down.

[EVICTIO, EVICTIONIS] : N eviction; recovery at law in virtue of superior title;

[EVIDENS, (GEN.), EVIDENTIS] : ADJ apparent, evident;

[EVIDENS] : clear, distinct, plain, visible, evident.

[EVIDENTER, EVIDENTIUS, EVIDENTISSIME] : ADV clearly, obviously/manifestly/evidently; vividly, giving realistic impression;

[EVIDENTER] : clearly, distinctly, plainly.

[EVIGILO, EVIGILARE, EVIGILAVI, EVIGILATUS] : V be wakeful; watch throughout the night; devise or study with careful attention;

[EVIGILO] : to awaken / be alert, be watchful /

[EVIGILO] : to awaken/ be alert, be watchful/

[EVILESCO, EVILESCERE, EVILUI] : V becone vile/worthless/despicable; cheapen;

[EVINCIO, EVINCERE, EVINXI, EVINCTUS] : V bind, bind up/around; wind around; wreathe round;

[EVINCO, EVINCERE, EVICI, EVICTUS] : V overcome, conquer, subdue, overwhelm, defeat utterly; prevail, bring to pass;

[EVINCO] : to conquer, subjugate, enthrall, defeat.

[EVISCERO, EVISCERARE, -, EVISCERATUS] : V disembowel; eviscerate;

[EVISCERO] : to disembowel.

[EVITABILIS, EVITABILIS, EVITABILE] : ADJ avoidable;

[EVITO, EVITARE, EVITAVI, EVITATUS] : V shun avoid;

[EVITO] : to shuun, avoid; also, to kill.

[EVITO] : to shuun, avoid; also, to kill

[EVOCATOR, EVOCATORIS] : N one who orders out troops;

[EVOCATUS, EVOCATI] : N veteran; volunteer; veterans again called to service (pl.);

[EVOCO, EVOCARE, EVOCAVI, EVOCATUS] : V call forth; lure/entice out; summon, evoke;

[EVOCO] : to draw out, draw on, produce, recall to the colors.

[EVOLO, EVOLARE, EVOLAVI, EVOLATUS] : V fly away, fly up/out/forth; rush out/forth;

[EVOLO] : to flee, escape, fly away, rush out.

[EVOLUTIO] : unrolling and reading of a scroll, reading of a book.

[EVOLVO, EVOLVERE, EVOLVI, EVOLUTUS] : V roll out, unroll; disclose, unfold; extricate; pursue; explain;

[EVOLVO] : evolvi ; evolutum ; to untangle, extricate, detach, disclose, explain.

[EVOLVO] : to untangle, extricate, detach, disclose, explain.

[EVOMO, EVOMERE, EVOMUI, EVOMITUS] : V vomit out;

[EVOMO] : to vomit forth.

[EVULGO, EVULGARE, EVULGAVI, EVULGATUS] : V make public, divulge;

[EVULGO] : to publish.

[EVULSIO, EVULSIONIS] : N pulling out; eradication, utter destruction; extinction (souter);

[EX ACTIS ] : PHRASE from the files

[EX CATHEDRA ] : PHRASE from the (teacher's) chair

[EX GRATIA ] : PHRASE from favour

[EX MANDATO ] : PHRASE by direction

[EX NIHILO ] : PHRASE out of nothing

[EX OFFICIO ] : PHRASE by virtue of one's office

[EX ORIENTE LUX, EX OCCIDENTE LEX. ] : PHRASE from the east the light, from the west the law.

[EX PARTE ] : PHRASE from the party

[EX POST FACTO ] : PHRASE in the light of subsequent events

[EX TEMPORE ] : PHRASE from time

[EX UNGUE LEONEM. ] : PHRASE you know the lion from its claw.

[EX USU ] : PHRASE from use

[EX] : (= e ) (prep. + abl.) out of, from within, from/ on account of.

[EX] : (= e ) (prep. + abl.) out of, from within, from / on account of.

[EX] : PREP ABL out of, from; by reason of; according to; because of, as a result of;

[EXACERBATIO, EXACERBATIONIS] : N provocation; exasperation;

[EXACERBESCO, EXACERBESCERE,] : V become irriated/exasperated/angry;

[EXACERBO, EXACERBARE, EXACERBAVI, EXACERBATUS] : V irriate/exasperate, enrage/provoke; aggravate/make worse; grieve, afflict (l+s);

[EXACTIO, EXACTIONIS] : N expulsion; supervision, enforcement; precise execution; extraction (tax/debt);

[EXACTIO, EXACTIONIS] : N exaction (tax/debt), enforcement (labor); expulsion, driving out; supervision;

[EXACTOR, EXACTORIS] : N expeller; exactor; collector of taxes;

[EXACTUS, EXACTA, EXACTUM] : ADJ exact, accurate;

[EXACUO, EXACUERE, EXACUI, EXACUTUS] : V make sharp or pointed; stimulate;

[EXACUO] : to sharpen.

[EXADVERSUM] : ADV opposite;

[EXADVERSUS] : ADV opposite;

[EXAEDIFICO, EXAEDIFICARE, EXAEDIFICAVI, EXAEDIFICATUS] : V complete the building of, construct;

[EXAEQUO EXEQUO] : to be like, equal/ make level or even, relate.

[EXAEQUO, EXAEQUARE, EXAEQUAVI, EXAEQUATUS] : V equalize, make equal; regard as equal; be equal (to);

[EXAESTUO, EXAESTUARE, EXAESTUAVI, EXAESTUATUS] : V boil up; seethe, rage;

[EXAESTUO] : to give forth, foam.

[EXAGGERATIO] : accumulation.

[EXAGGERATUS] : accumulated, abundantly supplied.

[EXAGGERO, EXAGGERARE, EXAGGERAVI, EXAGGERATUS] : V heap up, accumulate; magnify;

[EXAGGERO] : to enlarge, accumulate.

[EXAGITO, EXAGITARE, EXAGITAVI, EXAGITATUS] : V drive out; stir up, disturb continually, attack, scold, discuss;

[EXAGITO] : to stir up.

[EXALTATIO, EXALTATIONIS] : N exaltation, elevation; pride, haughtiness;

[EXALTO, EXALTARE, EXALTAVI, EXALTATUS] : V exalt, elevate, raise; praise; deepen;

[EXALTO] : to raise high.

[EXAMEN, EXAMINIS] : N swarm (of bees); crowd; apparatus or process of weighing, balance;

[EXAMEN] : test, ordeal.

[EXAMINO, EXAMINARE, EXAMINAVI, EXAMINATUS] : V weigh, examine, consider;

[EXAMPLUM] : assart, clearing of land for plowing.

[EXAMUSSIM] : ADV according to rule, exactly, quite;

[EXANIMALIS, EXANIMALIS, EXANIMALE] : ADJ dead; deadly;

[EXANIMIS, EXANIMIS, EXANIME] : ADJ dead; lifeless; breathless, terrified, dismayed;

[EXANIMO, EXANIMARE, EXANIMAVI, EXANIMATUS] : V kill, deprive of life; scare, alarm greatly; tire, exhaust; be out of breath;

[EXANIMUS, EXANIMA, EXANIMUM] : ADJ dead; lifeless;

[EXANIMUS] : lifeless.

[EXARDESCO, EXARDESCERE, EXARSI, EXARSUS] : V flare/blaze up; break out; glow; rage; be provoked, enraged; be exasperated;

[EXARDESCO] : to to be inflamed.

[EXARESCO, EXARESCERE, EXARUI] : V dry up;

[EXARESCO] : to become dry, arid.

[EXARESCO] : to become dry, arid

[EXARMO] : to disarm.

[EXARO, EXARARE, EXARAVI, EXARATUS] : V plow or dig up; plow; note down (by scratching the wax on the tablets);

[EXARO] : to plow up, dig up / write on a wax tablet.

[EXARO] : to plow up, dig up/ write on a wax tablet.

[EXARO] : to write down, till.

[EXASPERO, EXASPERARE, EXASPERAVI, EXASPERATUS] : V roughen; irritate;

[EXASPERO] : to irritate.

[EXATIO, EXATIARE, EXATIAVI, EXATIATUS] : V satisfy, satiate; glut;

[EXAUCTORO, EXAUCTORARE, EXAUCTORAVI, EXAUCTORATUS] : V release or dismiss from military service;

[EXAUDIO, EXAUDIRE, EXAUDIVI, EXAUDITUS] : V hear clearly; comply with, heed; hear from afar;

[EXAUDIO] : to hearken to, grant.

[EXAUDIO] : to listen to, hear plainly, hear favorably

[EXAUDIO] : to listen to, hear plainly, hear favorably.

[EXAUGURATIO, EXAUGURATIONIS] : N profanation, desecration;

[EXCAECO, EXCAECARE, EXCAECAVI, EXCAECATUS] : V blind (completely), confuse/hide/obscure; (isaiah 6] : 10);

[EXCALCEATUS, EXCALCEATA, EXCALCEATUM] : ADJ barefoot; unshod;

[EXCALCEO, EXCALCEARE, EXCALCEAVI, EXCALCEATUS] : V remove the shoes from;

[EXCALCEOR, EXCALCEARI, -, EXCALCEATUS SUM] : V remove the shoes from;

[EXCALCIO, EXCALCIARE, EXCALCIAVI, EXCALCIATUS] : V remove the shoes from;

[EXCANDESCENTIA, EXCANDESCENTIAE] : N heat, irascibility;

[EXCEDO, EXCEDERE, EXCESSI, EXCESSUS] : V pass, withdraw, exceed; go away/out/beyond; die;

[EXCEDO] : (trans.) to exceed, leave, pass beyond.

[EXCELLENS, EXCELLENTIS (GEN.), EXCELLENTIOR -OR -US, EXCELLENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ distinguished, excellent;

[EXCELLENS] : superior.

[EXCELLENTER] : ADV excellently;

[EXCELLENTIA, EXCELLENTIAE] : N excellence, , superiority; merit;

[EXCELLENTIA] : excellence, merit, worth.

[EXCELLO, EXCELLERE, -, EXCELSUS] : V be eminent/preeminent; excel;

[EXCELLO] : to elevate, surpass.

[EXCELSA] : elevations.

[EXCELSUS, EXCELSA -UM, EXCELSIOR -OR -US, EXCELSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ lofty/high; tall; exalted; elevated; noble; of high position/rank/reputation;

[EXCELSUS, EXCELSI] : N lofty/high; tall; exalted; elevated; noble; of high position/rank/reputation;

[EXCEPTIO, EXCEPTIONIS] : N exception, qualification;

[EXCEPTO, EXCEPTARE, EXCEPTAVI, EXCEPTATUS] : V take out, take up; inhale, take (to oneself);

[EXCEREBRO, EXCEREBRARE, EXCEREBRAVI, EXCEREBRATUS] : V brain, bash the head in; deprive of brains; make senseless; stupify;

[EXCERPO, EXCERPERE, EXCERPSI, EXCERPTUS] : V pick out; select;

[EXCESSUM] : departure, death, digression.

[EXCESSUS, EXCESSUS] : N departure; death; digression;

[EXCETRA, EXCETRAE] : N snake, viper;

[EXCIDIUM, EXCIDI(I)] : N ruin, destruction, military destruction; overthrow;

[EXCIDO, EXCIDERE, EXCIDI, EXCISUS] : V cut out/off/down; raze, destroy;

[EXCIDO, EXCIDERE, EXCIDI] : V perish; disappear; escape, fall out; be deprived of; lose control of senses;

[EXCIEO, EXCIERE,] : V rouse] : call out send for] : summon; evoke;

[EXCINDO, EXCINDERE, EXCIDI, EXCISSUS] : V demolish, destroy;

[EXCIO, EXCIRE, EXCIVI, EXCITUS] : V rouse] : call out send for] : summon; evoke;

[EXCIPIO, EXCIPERE, EXCEPI, EXCEPTUS] : V take out; remove; follow; receive; ward off, relieve;

[EXCIPIO] : (excepi exceptum ) to take out, except / take, capture.

[EXCIPIO] : (excepi exceptum ) to take out, except/ take, capture.

[EXCIPO] : to receive, intercept.

[EXCITO, EXCITARE, EXCITAVI, EXCITATUS] : V wake up, stir up; cause; raise, erect; incite; excite, arouse;

[EXCITO] : call forth, bring about, wake, raise up.

[EXCITO] : to awaken, occasion, stir.

[EXCLAMATIO, EXCLAMATIONIS] : N exclamation, saying;

[EXCLAMO, EXCLAMARE, EXCLAMAVI, EXCLAMATUS] : V exclaim, shout; cry out, call out;

[EXCLAMO] : to shout, cry aloud, exclaim, call someone by name.

[EXCLUDO, EXCLUDERE, EXCLUSI, EXCLUSUS] : V shut out, shut off; remove; exclude; hinder, prevent;

[EXCLUDO] : to shut out, exclude.

[EXCOGITO, EXCOGITARE, EXCOGITAVI, EXCOGITATUS] : V think out; devise, invent, contrive;

[EXCOLO, EXCOLERE, EXCOLUI, EXCULUS] : V improve; develop, honour;

[EXCOLO] : to honor (a deity), polish, adorn, refine, serve.

[EXCOLO] : to tend, cultivate.

[EXCOQUO, EXCOQUERE, EXCOXI, EXCOCTUS] : V boil; temper (by heat); boil away; dry up, parch;

[EXCORIO, EXCORIARE, EXCORIAVI, EXCORIATUS] : V strip of skin/covering; flay, skin, strip;

[EXCORIO] : to shave / scalp, flay / oppress / peel

[EXCORIO] : to shave/ scalp, flay/ oppress/ peel.

[EXCORIO] : to skin.

[EXCORS, (GEN.), EXCORDIS] : ADJ silly, stupid;

[EXCREMENTUM, EXCREMENTI] : N excrement; spittle, mucus;

[EXCRESCO, EXCRESCERE, EXCREVI, EXCRETUS] : V grow out or up; grow up; grow;

[EXCRUCIO, EXCRUCIARE, EXCRUCIAVI, EXCRUCIATUS] : V torture; torment;

[EXCRUCIO] : to torment, torture, cause great pain.

[EXCUBIA, EXCUBIAE] : N watching (pl.); keeping of a watch/guard/vigil; the watch, soldiers on guard;

[EXCUBITOR, EXCUBITORIS] : N sentinel; watchman;

[EXCUBO, EXCUBARE, EXCUBUI, EXCUBITUS] : V sleep/lie in the open/out of doors; keep watch; be attentive;

[EXCUDO, EXCUDERE, EXCUDI, EXCUSUS] : V strike out; forge; fashion; print (erasmus);

[EXCULCO, EXCULCARE, EXCULCAVI, EXCULCATUS] : V trample down;

[EXCURATUS, EXCURATA, EXCURATUM] : ADJ carefully seen to;

[EXCURRO, EXCURRERE, EXCURRI, EXCURSUS] : V run out; make an excursion; sally; extend] : project;

[EXCURRO, EXCURRERE, EXCUCURRI, EXCURSUS] : V run out; make an excursion; sally; extend] : project;

[EXCURSATIO, EXCURSATIONIS] : N sally; onset; attack, charge (sax); incursion;

[EXCURSIO, EXCURSIONIS] : N running forth; sally;

[EXCURSUS, EXCURSUS] : N running forth, onset, charge, excursion, sally, sudden raid;

[EXCUSABILIS, EXCUSABILIS, EXCUSABILE] : ADJ excusable;

[EXCUSAMENTUM, EXCUSAMENTI] : N excuse;

[EXCUSATIO, EXCUSATIONIS] : N excuse;

[EXCUSATIO] : excuse.

[EXCUSO, EXCUSARE, EXCUSAVI, EXCUSATUS] : V excuse, make excuse for, plead as an excuse; absolve;

[EXCUSO] : to exempt from blame, excuse, make excuses, plead.

[EXCUTIO, EXCUTERE, EXCUSSI, EXCUSSUS] : V shake out or off; cast out; search, examine;

[EXCUTIO] : to drive out, shake off, cast out, expell.

[EXECO, EXECARE, EXECUI, EXECTUS] : V cut out or away; castrate;

[EXECRAMENTUM, EXECRAMENTI] : N accursed thing; increase, excess (latham); excrement; (~ auri -> gold fillings);

[EXECRATIO, EXECRATIONIS] : N imprecation, curse;

[EXECROR, EXECRARI, -, EXECRATUS SUM] : V curse; detest;

[EXECUTIO, EXECUTIONIS] : N performance, carrying out; enforcement (law), act to right wrong; discussion;

[EXECUTIO] : to seize, recover.

[EXECUTO, EXECUTERE, EXECUI, EXECUTUS] : V follow, go after/along; strive after; go on with/persist in; attain/arrive at;

[EXECUTO, EXECUTERE, EXECUI, EXECUTUS] : V execute, carry out (duty); go through, rehearse; persue; develop (topic);

[EXECUTOR] : adminstrator, executive officer.

[EXEDO, EXEDERE, EXEDI, EXESUS] : V eat up, consume; hollow;

[EXEDO, EXESSE,] : V eat up, consume; hollow;

[EXEDRA, EXEDRAE] : N hall for conversation or debate;

[EXEMPLAR, EXEMPLARIS] : N model, pattern, example, original, ideal; copy;

[EXEMPLAR] : model, pattern, original, prototype, book to copy.

[EXEMPLARE, EXAMPLARIS] : N model, pattern, example, original, ideal; copy;

[EXEMPLARITAS, EXEMPLARITATIS] : N archetypical quality; mmodel, exemplar;

[EXEMPLI GRATA (E.G.) ] : PHRASE for example

[EXEMPLO, EXEMPLARE, EXEMPLAVI, EXEMPLATUS] : V adduce/serve as example/model/pattern; form after a pattern;

[EXEMPLUM, EXEMPLI] : N sample, specimen, representative; precedent, case; pattern, model; warning;

[EXEMPLUM] : pattern, model, example .

[EXEMPOATOR] : m, model, example

[EXEMPOATOR] : m, model, example.

[EXENTERO, EXENTERARE, EXENTERAVI, EXENTERATUS] : V disembowel;

[EXEO, EXIRE, EXIVI(II), EXITUS] : V go/march out/forth, go forth; leave, escape; perish, die;

[EXEO, EXIRE, EXIVI(II), EXITUS] : V come/go out; sail/march/move out/away; go abroad; pass (away), expire; escape;

[EXEO, EXIRE, EXIVI(II), EXITUS] : V discharge (fluid); rise (river/star); become visible; issue, emerge; sprout;

[EXEO] : to withdraw, go forth.

[EXEQUIA, EXEQUIAE] : N funeral procession (pl.);

[EXEQUOR, EXEQUI, -, EXECTUS SUM] : V follow (to the grave); pursue; pursue with vengeance/punishment; accomplish;

[EXERCEO, EXERCERE, EXERCUI, EXERCITUS] : V exercise, train, drill, practice; enforce, administer; cultivate;

[EXERCEO] : to administer.

[EXERCEO] : to train, cultivate, keep at work, exercise, practice.

[EXERCITATIO, EXERCITATIONIS] : N exercise, training, practice; discipline;

[EXERCITATIO] : adminstration,

[EXERCITATIO] : work at, busy oneself in.

[EXERCITATUS, EXERCITATA, EXERCITATUM] : ADJ trained, practiced, skilled; disciplined; troubled;

[EXERCITIUM, EXERCITI(I)] : N exercise; training;

[EXERCITO, EXERCITARE, EXERCITAVI, EXERCITATUS] : V practice, exercise, train hard, keep at work;

[EXERCITUS, EXERCITUS] : N army, infantry; swarm, flock;

[EXERCITUS] : army.

[EXERO, EXERERE, EXERUI, EXERTUS] : V stretch forth; thrust out (of land); put out (plants); lay bare, uncover (body;

[EXERRO, EXERRARE, EXERRAVI, EXERRATUS] : V wnader off (from one's course);

[EXERTUS] : tested, tried, approved, experienced.

[EXESTO] : extra esto.

[EXFUGIO, EXFUGERE, EXFUGI, EXFUGITUS] : V flee/excape; run/slip/keep away (from), eschew/avoid; baffle, escape notice;

[EXHALO, EXHALARE, EXHALAVI, EXHALATUS] : V breathe out; evaporate; die;

[EXHAURIO, EXHAURIRE, EXHAUSI, EXHAUSTUS] : V draw out; drain, drink up, empty; exhaust, impoverish; remove; end;

[EXHAURIO] : to exhaust, make out.

[EXHAUSTUS] : drained.

[EXHEREDO, EXHEREDARE, EXHEREDAVI, EXHEREDATUS] : V to disinherit;

[EXHEREDO] : to disinherit.

[EXHERES, (GEN.), EXHEREDIS] : ADJ disinherited;

[EXHERES] : disinherited.

[EXHIBEO EXIBEO] : to produce, show, display, offer, allow, cause.

[EXHIBEO, EXHIBERE, EXHIBUI, EXHIBITUS] : V present; furnish; exhibit; produce;

[EXHIBEO] : to sustain, deliver.

[EXHIBITIO] : producing.

[EXHILARO] : to delight.

[EXHILARO] : to make cheerful.

[EXHONORO, EXHONORARE, EXHONORAVI, EXHONORATUS] : V dishonor; despise;

[EXHORRESCO, EXHORRESCERE, EXHORRUI] : V shudder; be terrified, tremble at;

[EXHORRESCO] : to be horrified, to shake, shudder / dread, tremble at.

[EXHORRESCO] : to be horrified, to shake, shudder/ dread, tremble at.

[EXHORTATIO, EXHORTATIONIS] : N exhortation, action of admonishing/encouraging; inducement;

[EXHORTATIVUS, EXHORTATIVA, EXHORTATIVUM] : ADJ of exhortation;

[EXHORTO, EXHORTARE, EXHORTAVI, EXHORTATUS] : V encourage;

[EXHORTO] : to encourage.

[EXHORTOR, EXHORTARI, -, EXHORTATUS SUM] : V exhort, encourage, incite;

[EXICCO, EXICCARE, EXICCAVI, EXICCATUS] : V dry up; empty (a vessel);

[EXIDE] : ADV from then on;

[EXIGO, EXIGERE, EXEGI, EXACTUS] : V drive out, expel; finish; examine, weigh;

[EXIGO] : complete, finish, determine, decide, settle.

[EXIGO] : drive out, force out, exact, demand, sell.

[EXIGO] : to exact.

[EXIGUITAS, EXIGUITATIS] : N smallness, paucity; shortness; scarcity;

[EXIGUUS, EXIGUA, EXIGUUM] : ADJ small; meager; dreary; a little, a bit of; scanty, petty, short, poor;

[EXILIO, EXILIRE, EXILIVI] : V spring/leap/burst forth/out, leap up, start up, bound; emerge into existance;

[EXILIO, EXILIRE, EXILUI] : V spring/leap/burst forth/out, leap up, start up, bound; emerge into existance;

[EXILIS, EXILE, EXILIOR -OR -US, EXILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ small, thin; poor;

[EXILIS] : thin, slender, meager.

[EXILIUM, EXILI(I)] : N exile, banishment; place of exile/retreat (l+s); exiles (pl.), those exiled;

[EXIM] : ADV thence; after that, next in order, thereafter, then; furthermore; by that cause;

[EXIMIETATE] : uncommonness, excellence.

[EXIMIUS, EXIMIA, EXIMIUM] : ADJ select; excellent; extraordinary;

[EXIMIUS] : extraordinary, excellent, fine, superb.

[EXIMIUS] : uncommon, extraordinary, exceptional.

[EXIMO, EXIMERE, EXEMI, EXEMPTUS] : V remove/extract, take/lift out/off/away; banish, get rid of; free/save/release;

[EXIMO] : to free, release, take out, remove, waste.

[EXIN] : ADV thence; after that, next in order, thereafter, then; furthermore; by that cause;

[EXINDE] : ADV thence; after that, next in order, thereafter, then; furthermore; by that cause;

[EXINDE] : thence, furthermore

[EXINDE] : thence, furthermore.

[EXINDE] : thence, next/ thereupon, after that, then/ accordingly.

[EXISTERE] : to be (medieval).

[EXISTIMATIO, EXISTIMATIONIS] : N opinion; reputation; judgement; credit;

[EXISTIMO, EXISTIMARE, EXISTIMAVI, EXISTIMATUS] : V value; think, suppose; estimate; judge;

[EXISTO, EXISTERE, EXISTITI, EXISTITUS] : V step forth, appear; arise; become; prove to be; be (bee);

[EXISTO] : to become.

[EXITIABILIS EXITIALIS EXITOSUS] : fatal deadly, destructive, lethal.

[EXITIABILIS, EXITIABILIS, EXITIABILE] : ADJ destructive, deadly;

[EXITIALIS, EXITIALIS, EXITIALE] : ADJ destructive, deadly;

[EXITIALITER] : perniciously.

[EXITIOSUS, EXITIOSA, EXITIOSUM] : ADJ destructive, pernicious, deadly;

[EXITIUM, EXITI(I)] : N destruction, ruin; death; mischief;

[EXITIUM] : destruction, ruin.

[EXITIUM] : ruin.

[EXITUS ACTA PROBAT. ] : PHRASE the result validates the deeds.

[EXITUS, EXITUS] : N exit, departure; end, solution; death; outlet, mouth (of river);

[EXITUS] : going out, going forth, exit, end, finish.

[EXITUS] : withdrawing, outlet.

[EXLEX, (GEN.), EXLEGIS] : ADJ bound by no law, lawless, reckless;

[EXOCULO, EXOCULARE, EXOCULAVI, EXOCULATUS] : V blind, put out/deprive of eyes/sight;

[EXOLESCO, EXOLESCERE, EXOLEVI, EXOLETUS] : V grow up, become adult; grow stale, deteriorate; die out/fade away; be forgotten;

[EXOLETUS, EXOLETI] : N male prostitute;

[EXOLVO, EXOLVERE, EXOLVI, EXOLUS] : V set free; pay; throw off; release; perform;

[EXONERO, EXONERARE, EXONERAVI, EXONERATUS] : V unload, disburden, discharge;

[EXOPTO, EXOPTARE, EXOPTAVI, EXOPTATUS] : V long for;

[EXORABILIS, EXORABILIS, EXORABILE] : ADJ capable of being moved by entreaty;

[EXORBATUS] : stripped.

[EXORCISTA, EXORCISTAE] : N exorcist; cleric of minor orders (second level from top/deacon);

[EXORCISTUS, EXORCISTI] : N exorcist; cleric of minor orders (second level from top/deacon);

[EXORDIOR, EXORDIRI, -, EXORSUS SUM] : V begin, commence;

[EXORDIOR] : to begin.

[EXORDIUM, EXORDI(I)] : N beginning; introduction, preface;

[EXORDIUM] : commencement.

[EXORDIUM] : the beginning (especially of a speech).

[EXORIARE ALIQUIS NOSTRIS EX OSSIBUS ULTOR. ] : PHRASE may an avenger one day raise from my bones.

[EXORIOR, EXORIRI, -, EXORTUS SUM] : V come out, come forth; bring; appear; rise, begin, spring up; cheer up;

[EXORIOR] : to appear, come forth.

[EXORIOR] : to rise, spring up, issue, appear, come forward.

[EXORNO, EXORNARE, EXORNAVI, EXORNATUS] : V furnish with, adorn, embellish;

[EXORNO] : to equip, adorn.

[EXORNO] : to furnish, provide, supply.

[EXORO, EXORARE, EXORAVI, EXORATUS] : V persuade, obtain/win over by entreaty, pervail upon; beg, plead, entreat;

[EXORO] : prevail upon, beg.

[EXORO] : to prevail upon a person, entreat successfully.

[EXORS, (GEN.), EXORTIS] : ADJ without share in; exempt from lottery;

[EXORSUS] : begun.

[EXORTUS] : appearance.

[EXOS, (GEN.), EXOSIS] : ADJ boneless, without bones;

[EXOSCULOR, EXOSCULARI, -, EXOSCULATUS SUM] : V kiss fondly; express fondness for; admire greatly;

[EXOSSO, EXOSSARE, EXOSSAVI, EXOSSATUS] : V bone/debone, take out the bones, filet;

[EXOSTRA, EXOSTRAE] : N theatrical machine (revealing the inside of a house to the spectators);

[EXOSUS, EXOSA, EXOSUM] : ADJ hating;

[EXOSUS] : hated exceedingly.

[EXOSUS] : loathing, fiercely hating, despising.

[EXOTICUS, EXOTICA, EXOTICUM] : ADJ foreign, outlandish, exotic;

[EXPALLESCO, EXPALLESCERE, EXPALLUI] : V turn pale, turn very pale; go white as a ghost;

[EXPALLIDUS, EXPALLIDA, EXPALLIDUM] : ADJ very/exceedingly pale/wan;

[EXPALPO, EXPALPARE, EXPALPAVI, EXPALPATUS] : V to coax out;

[EXPALPO] : to lure out, coax out.

[EXPANDO, EXPANDERE, EXPANDI, EXPASSUS] : V spread out, expand; expound;

[EXPANDO, EXPANDERE, EXPANDI, EXPANSUS] : V spread out, expand; expound;

[EXPANDO] : to spread out.

[EXPATIOR, EXPATIARI, -, EXPATIATUS SUM] : V wander from the course; spread out;

[EXPAVESCO, EXPAVESCERE, EXPAVI] : V become frightened;

[EXPECTATIO, EXPECTATIONIS] : N expectation; suspense;

[EXPECTO, EXPECTARE, EXPECTAVI, EXPECTATUS] : V await, expect; anticipate; hope for;

[EXPEDIO, EXPEDIRE, EXPEDIVI, EXPEDITUS] : V disengage, loose, set free; be expedient; procure, obtain, make ready;

[EXPEDIO] : to free from a snare, disentangle/ ready, settled, arranged.

[EXPEDIO] : to free from a snare, disentangle / ready, settled, arranged.

[EXPEDIO] : to release, set free, clear/ explain, clarify, set straight.

[EXPEDIO] : to release, set free, clear / explain, clarify, set straight.

[EXPEDITE] : freely, easily.

[EXPEDITIO, EXPEDITIONIS] : N expedition, campaign; rapid march; account; proof by elimination;

[EXPEDITIO] : enterprise.

[EXPEDITIONE] : military operation, military force, expedition.

[EXPEDITUS, EXPEDITA, EXPEDITUM] : ADJ unencumbered; without baggage; light armed;

[EXPEDITUS, EXPEDITI] : N light armed soldier;

[EXPEDITUS] : unimpeded, unchecked/ (mil.) light-armed.

[EXPEDITUS] : unimpeded, unchecked /(mil.) light-armed

[EXPEDIUS, EXPEDIA, EXPEDIUM] : ADJ free, easy; ready; ready for action; without baggage; unencumbered;

[EXPELLO (EXPULI EXPULSUM )] : to drive out, expel, force out, banish.

[EXPELLO, EXPELLERE, EXPULI, EXPULSUS] : V drive out, expel, banish; disown, reject;

[EXPELLO] : to eject.

[EXPENDO, EXPENDERE, EXPENDI, EXPENSUS] : V pay; pay out; weigh, judge; pay a penalty;

[EXPENDO] : to consider.

[EXPENSA, EXPENSAE] : N expenditure, money paid out; (assume pecunia); expenses (bee);

[EXPENSUM, EXPENSI] : N expenditure, money paid out; expenses (bee);

[EXPENSUS, EXPENSA, EXPENSUM] : ADJ paid out (money); entered into one's account as paid;

[EXPERGEFACIO, EXPERGEFACERE, EXPERGEFECI, EXPERGEFACTUS] : V arouse, awake;

[EXPERGEFACIO] : to awaken.

[EXPERGESCOR] : to bestir.

[EXPERGISCOR, EXPERGISCI, -, EXPERRECTUS SUM] : V awake; bestir oneself;

[EXPERIENS, (GEN.), EXPERIENTIS] : ADJ active, enterprising (w/gen);

[EXPERIENTIA, EXPERIENTIAE] : N trial, experiment; experience;

[EXPERIMENTUM, EXPERIMENTI] : N trial, experiment, experience;

[EXPERIOR (EXPERIRI, EXPERTUS )] : to try, test, experience, prove.

[EXPERIOR, EXPERIRI, -, EXPERTUS SUM] : V test, put to the test; find out; attempt, try; prove, experience;

[EXPERIOR] : to test, put to the test, ascertain.

[EXPERS, (GEN.), EXPERTIS] : ADJ free from (w/gen); without; lacking experience; immune from;

[EXPERS] : destitute of.

[EXPERS] : wanting, destitute of, not sharing in.

[EXPERTUS, EXPERTA, EXPERTUM] : ADJ well-proved, tested;

[EXPERTUS] : experienced, ascertained, knowing, proven .

[EXPES, (GEN.)] : ADJ hopeless (only nom s); without hope;

[EXPETENS] : desirous, eager.

[EXPETESSO, EXPETESSERE,] : V to desire, wish for;

[EXPETO, EXPETERE, EXPETI, EXPETITUS] : V ask for; desire; aspire to; demand; happen; fall on (a person);

[EXPETO, EXPETERE, EXPETIVI, EXPETITUS] : V ask for; desire; aspire to; demand; happen; fall on (a person);

[EXPETO] : to demand, require / desire, strive after, make for.

[EXPETO] : to demand, require/ desire, strive after, make for.

[EXPETO] : to fall upon.

[EXPETO] : to seek after, make for.

[EXPIATIO, EXPIATIONIS] : N atonement, expiation, purification;

[EXPILATIO] : plundering, taking booty.

[EXPILO, EXPILARE, EXPILAVI, EXPILATUS] : V plunder, rob, despoil;

[EXPIO, EXPIARE, EXPIAVI, EXPIATUS] : V expiate, atone for; avert by expiatory rites;

[EXPIO] : to purify.

[EXPIRO, EXPIRARE, EXPIRAVI, EXPIRATUS] : V breathe out; exhale; expire; die; cease;

[EXPISCOR, EXPISCARI, -, EXPISCATUS SUM] : V angle/fish for (information); search/fish/find out; inquire; (slang?);

[EXPISCOR] : to fish out, find out, discover.

[EXPLANO, EXPLANARE, EXPLANAVI, EXPLANATUS] : V explain;

[EXPLANO] : to make clear.

[EXPLEMENTUM, EXPLEMENTI] : N filling, stuffing;

[EXPLEO EXPLEVI EXPLETUM] : to fill, fill up, complete, finish.

[EXPLEO, EXPLERE, EXPLEVI, EXPLETUS] : V fill out; fill, fill up, complete, finish; satisfy, satiate;

[EXPLEO] : to fulfill, finish.

[EXPLEO] : to make losses good/ fulfil, discharge (duties).

[EXPLETIO, EXPLETIONIS] : N fulfilment; process of perfecting; completion; satisfaction; obedience (to);

[EXPLETIO] : satifying.

[EXPLETIO] : to bring to completion, finish, end.

[EXPLETUS] : (part.) perfect, complete.

[EXPLICATUS] : explanation, exposition.

[EXPLICO, EXPLICARE, EXPLICAVI, EXPLICATUS] : V unfold, extend; set forth, display, exhibit, explain, disentangle;

[EXPLICO, EXPLICARE, EXPLICUI, EXPLICITUS] : V unfold, extend; set forth, explain;

[EXPLICO] : to uncoil, undo.

[EXPLICO] : to unfold, unroll, disentangle / explain, expound.

[EXPLICO] : to unfold, unroll, disentangle/ explain, expound.

[EXPLODO, EXPLODERE, EXPLOSI, EXPLOSUS] : V drive (an actor) off the stage (by clapping); scare off; reject;

[EXPLORATOR, EXPLORATORIS] : N spy, scout;

[EXPLORATOR] : scout.

[EXPLORO, EXPLORARE, EXPLORAVI, EXPLORATUS] : V search out, explore; test, try out; reconnoiter, investigate;

[EXPOLIO, EXPOLIARE, EXPOLIAVI, EXPOLIATUS] : V plunder;

[EXPOLIO, EXPOLIRE, EXPOLIVI, EXPOLITUS] : V polish; refine;

[EXPONO (EXPOSUI EXPOSITUM )] : to set forth, explain, expose.

[EXPONO, EXPONERE, EXPOSUI, EXPOSITUS] : V set/put forth/out; abandon, expose; publish; explain, relate; disembark;

[EXPONO] : to expound, display.

[EXPORRIGO] : to spread out.

[EXPORTO, EXPORTARE, EXPORTAVI, EXPORTATUS] : V export, carry out;

[EXPOSCO, EXPOSCERE, EXPOPOSCI] : V request, ask for, demand; demand the surrender of;

[EXPOSCO] : to entreat.

[EXPOSITIO, EXPOSITIONIS] : N statement, description, explanation; narration; exposing (of a child);

[EXPOSITUS] : open, accessible, exposed.

[EXPOSTULATIO, EXPOSTULATIONIS] : N complaint, protest;

[EXPOSTULO, EXPOSTULARE, EXPOSTULAVI, EXPOSTULATUS] : V demand, call for, remonstrate, complain about;

[EXPOSTULO] : to demand earnestly/ to make a claim.

[EXPOSTULO] : to demand earnestly / to make a claim.

[EXPRIMO, EXPRIMERE, EXPRESSI, EXPRESSUS] : V squeeze, squeeze/press out; imitate, copy; portray; pronounce, express;

[EXPRIMO] : to represent.

[EXPROBRATIO, EXPROBRATIONIS] : N reproaching, reproach;

[EXPROBRO, EXPROBRARE, EXPROBRAVI, EXPROBRATUS] : V bring up as a reproach;

[EXPROMO, EXPROMERE, EXPROMPI, EXPROMPTUS] : V bring out; disclose, reveal;

[EXPUGNABILIS, EXPUGNABILIS, EXPUGNABILE] : ADJ open to assault;

[EXPUGNATIO, EXPUGNATIONIS] : N storming, taking by storm; assault;

[EXPUGNATOR, EXPUGNATORIS] : N conqueror;

[EXPUGNAX, (GEN.), EXPUGNACIS] : ADJ effectual in overcoming resistance;

[EXPUGNO, EXPUGNARE, EXPUGNAVI, EXPUGNATUS] : V assault, storm; conquer, plunder; accomplish; persuade;

[EXPUGNO] : to capture, overcome, subdue, take by storm, gain.

[EXPUGNO] : to take by assault.

[EXPULTRIX, EXPULTRICIS] : N one who drives out;

[EXPUO, EXPUERE, EXPUI, EXPUTUS] : V spit out; eject; rid oneself of;

[EXPURGO, EXPURGARE, EXPURGAVI, EXPURGATUS] : V cleanse, purify; exculpate;

[EXPURGO] : to purge.

[EXQUIRO, EXQUIRERE, EXQUISIVI, EXQUISITUS] : V seek out, search for, hunt up; inquire into;

[EXQUISITUS, EXQUISITA, EXQUISITUM] : ADJ sought out, exquisite, excellent;

[EXQUISITUS] : sought after, exquisite,excellent, fine, delicate.

[EXSANGUIS, EXSANGUIS, EXSANGUE] : ADJ bloodless, pale, wan, feeble; frightened;

[EXSATIO, EXSATIARE, EXSATIAVI, EXSATIATUS] : V satisfy, satiate; glut;

[EXSATURABILIS, EXSATURABILIS, EXSATURABILE] : ADJ capable of being satiated;

[EXSATURO, EXSATURARE, EXSATURAVI, EXSATURATUS] : V satisfy, sate, glut;

[EXSCREO, EXSCREARE, EXSCREAVI, EXSCREATUS] : V to cough out/up;

[EXSCRIBO, EXSCRIBERE, EXSCRIPSI, EXSCRIPTUS] : V copy, write out;

[EXSECRABILE] : detestable.

[EXSECRABILIS, EXSECRABILIS, EXSECRABILE] : ADJ accursed, detestable;

[EXSECRAMENTUM, EXSECRAMENTI] : N accursed thing; increase, excess (latham); excrement; (~ auri -> gold fillings);

[EXSECRATIO, EXSECRATIONIS] : N imprecation, curse;

[EXSECROR, EXSECRARI, -, EXSECRATUS SUM] : V curse; detest;

[EXSECROR] : to detest, curse.

[EXSECTIO, EXSECTIONIS] : N cutting out;

[EXSECUTIO, EXSECUTIONIS] : N performance, carrying out; enforcement (law), act to right wrong; discussion;

[EXSECUTO, EXSECUTERE, EXSECUI, EXSECUTUS] : V execute, carry out (duty); go through, rehearse; persue; develop (topic);

[EXSECUTO, EXSECUTERE, EXSECUI, EXSECUTUS] : V follow, go after/along; strive after; go on with/persist in; attain/arrive at;

[EXSEQUIA, EXSEQUIAE] : N funeral procession/rites (pl.);

[EXSEQUIAE] : relics.

[EXSEQUOR EXEQUOR] : to follow to the grave, follow to the end.

[EXSEQUOR, EXSEQUI, -, EXSECUTUS SUM] : V follow to the grave; follow out/up; perform; accomplish; pursue; carry out;

[EXSEQUOR] : to describe, carry out.

[EXSEQUOR] : to execute, avenge, punish / relate, describe, explain.

[EXSEQUOR] : to execute, avenge, punish/ relate, describe, explain.

[EXSEQUOR] : to maintain, keep up, carry out, fulfill, accomplish.

[EXSERO, EXSERERE, EXSERUI, EXSERTUS] : V stretch forth; thrust out (of land); put out (plants); lay bare, uncover (body);

[EXSERTUS EXERTUS] : project, thrust forward.

[EXSICCO, EXSICCARE, EXSICCAVI, EXSICCATUS] : V dry up; empty (a vessel);

[EXSILIO, EXSILIRE, EXSILIVI] : V spring/leap/burst forth/out, leap up, start up, bound; emerge into existance;

[EXSILIO, EXSILIRE, EXSILUI] : V spring/leap/burst forth/out, leap up, start up, bound; emerge into existance;

[EXSILIO] : to spring forth, bound forth.

[EXSILIUM, EXSILI(I)] : N exile, banishment; place of exile/retreat (l+s); exiles (pl.), those exiled;

[EXSILIUM] : exile, banishment.

[EXSISTO EXISTO] : to stand forth, arise, appear.

[EXSISTO, EXSISTERE, EXSTITI] : V step out, come forth, emerge, appear, stand out, project; arise; come to light;

[EXSISTO] : to emerge, appear, exist, be

[EXSISTO] : to emerge, be/ happen, take place.

[EXSISTO] : to emerge, appear, exist, be.

[EXSOLVO, EXSOLVERE, EXSOLVI, EXSOLUTUS] : V set free; pay; throw off; release; perform;

[EXSOMNIS, EXSOMNIS, EXSOMNE] : ADJ sleepless, wakeful;

[EXSORS, (GEN.), EXSORTIS] : ADJ without share in exempt from lottery;

[EXSORS] : deprived of.

[EXSPATIOR, EXSPATIARI, -, EXSPATIATUS SUM] : V digress, go from the course, wander from the way, spread, extend;

[EXSPECTATA] : welcome.

[EXSPECTATIO, EXSPECTATIONIS] : N expectation; suspense;

[EXSPECTO, EXSPECTARE, EXSPECTAVI, EXSPECTATUS] : V lookout for, await; expect, anticipate, hope for;

[EXSPECTO] : to await.

[EXSPECTO] : to look for, expect, await, wait for.

[EXSPERGO, EXSPERGERE, -, EXSPERSUS] : V to sprinkle, scatter;

[EXSPES, (GEN.)] : ADJ hopeless (only nom s);

[EXSPIRO, EXSPIRARE, EXSPIRAVI, EXSPIRATUS] : V breathe out, exhale; expire; cease, die;

[EXSPLENDESCO, EXSPLENDESCERE, EXSPLENDUI] : V glitter; shine; become conspicuous;

[EXSPOLIO, EXSPOLIARE, EXSPOLIAVI, EXSPOLIATUS] : V pillage, rob, plunder;

[EXSPUO, EXSPUERE, EXSPUI, EXSPUTUS] : V spit out; eject; rid oneself of;

[EXSTASIA, EXSTASIAE] : N rapture; ecstasy; trance;

[EXSTASIS, EXSTASIS] : N rapture; ecstasy; trance;

[EXSTASIS, EXSTASOS/IS] : N terror; amazemant; exctasy;

[EXSTASIS] : amazement.

[EXSTATICUS, EXSTATICA, EXSTATICUM] : ADJ ecstatis;

[EXSTERNO, EXSTERNARE, EXSTERNAVI, EXSTERNATUS] : V terrify greatly, frighten; madden;

[EXSTIMULO, EXSTIMULARE, EXSTIMULAVI, EXSTIMULATUS] : V goad; stimulate;

[EXSTINGUO, EXSTINGUI, EXSTINCTUM] : to extinguish, put out.

[EXSTINGUO, EXSTINGUERE, EXSTINXI, EXSTINCTUS] : V put out, extinguish, quench] : kill, destroy;

[EXSTIRPO, EXSTIRPARE, EXSTIRPAVI, EXSTIRPATUS] : V to root out, extirpate;

[EXSTO, EXSTARE,] : V stand forth/out; exist; be extant/visible; be on record;

[EXSTO] : to stand out, be extant, appear, project, show itself.

[EXSTRUO, EXSTRUERE, EXSTRUXI, EXSTRUCTUS] : V pile/build up, raise, build, construct;

[EXSUDO, EXSUDARE, EXSUDAVI, EXSUDATUS] : V exude; sweat out;

[EXSUFFLATOR, EXSUFFLATORIS] : N blow away/upon; blow away;

[EXSUFFLO, EXSUFFLARE, EXSUFFLAVI, EXSFULLATUS] : V blow ay/upon; blow away;

[EXSUFLATORA, EXSUFLATORAE] : N blow away/upon; blow away;

[EXSUFLO, EXSUFLARE, EXSUFLAVI, EXSFULATUS] : V blow ay/upon; blow away;

[EXSUL, EXSULIS] : N exile (m/f), banished person; wanderer;

[EXSUL] : exile.

[EXSULO, EXSULARE, EXSULAVI, EXSULATUS] : V be an exile, live in exile; be banished; be a stranger;

[EXSULO] : to live in exile.

[EXSULTATIO, EXSULTATIONIS] : N exultation, joy;

[EXSULTIM] : ADV friskily;

[EXSULTO, EXSULTARE, EXSULTAVI, EXSULTATUS] : V rejoice; boast; exalt; jump about, let oneself go;

[EXSULTO] : to revel, rejoice exceedingly, exult.

[EXSUPERABILIS, EXSUPERABILIS, EXSUPERABILE] : ADJ able to be overcome;

[EXSUPERO, EXSUPERARE, EXSUPERAVI, EXSUPERATUS] : V excel; overtop; surpass; overpower;

[EXSUPERO] : to excell.

[EXSURDO, EXSURDARE, EXSURDAVI, EXSURDATUS] : V to deafen; to make dull or blunt (taste);

[EXSURGO, EXSURGERE, EXSURREXI, EXSURRECTUS] : V bestir oneself/take action; swell/rise/move/extend up/out/to higher moral level;

[EXSURGO, EXSURGERE, EXSURREXI, EXSURRECTUS] : V rise (to one's feet/from bed/moon/in revolt); stand/rear/get up; come to being;

[EXSURRECTIO, EXSURRECTIONIS] : N arising;

[EXSUSCITO, EXSUSCITARE, EXSUSCITAVI, EXSUSCITATUS] : V awaken; kindle; stir up, excite;

[EXTASIA, EXTASIAE] : N rapture; ecstasy; trance;

[EXTASIS, EXTASIS] : N rapture; ecstasy; trance;

[EXTASIS, EXTASOS/IS] : N terror; amazemant; exctasy;

[EXTATICUS, EXTATICA, EXTATICUM] : ADJ ecstatis;

[EXTEMPLO] : ADV immediately, forthwith;

[EXTEMPLO] : to at once.

[EXTEMPORALIS, EXTEMPORALIS, EXTEMPORALE] : ADJ unpremeditated, extempore, ad lib; of a person speaking off the cuff;

[EXTEMPORALITAS, EXTEMPORALITATIS] : N ability to speak/compose extemporaneously;

[EXTEMPORALITER] : ADV unpremeditatedly, extemporaneously; off the cuff; at the monent;

[EXTENDO, EXTENDERE, EXTENDI, EXTENTUS] : V stretch out; extend; enlarge; continue, prolong;

[EXTENDO] : to stretch out.

[EXTENSIO, EXTENSIONIS] : N span, hand-elbow; extension/stretching/spreading (l+s); swelling/tumor; strain;

[EXTENTERO, EXTENTERARE, EXTENTERAVI, EXTENTERATUS] : V cut open;

[EXTENUO, EXTENUARE, EXTENUAVI, EXTENUATUS] : V make thin; diminish;

[EXTER, EXTERA -UM, EXTERIOR -OR -US, EXTREMUS -A -UM] : ADJ outer/external; outward; on outside, far; of another country, foreign; strange;

[EXTER, EXTERNUS] : foreign.

[EXTERITIO, EXTERITIONIS] : N corruption; distruction (vulgate 4 ezra 15] : 39);

[EXTERMINATA] : banished.

[EXTERMINO, EXTERMINARE, EXTERMINAVI, EXTERMINATUS] : V banish, expel; dismiss;

[EXTERMINO] : exussum, burn down, burn, set on fire.

[EXTERNO, EXTERNARE, EXTERNAVI, EXTERNATUS] : V terrify greatly, frighten; madden;

[EXTERNUS, EXTERNA, EXTERNUM] : ADJ outward, external; foreign, strange;

[EXTERNUS] : outer, foreign, outside, external.

[EXTERREO, EXTERRERE, EXTERRUI, EXTERRITUS] : V strike with terror, scare;

[EXTERRITUS] : terrified.

[EXTERUS, EXTERA -UM, EXTERIOR -OR -US, EXTIMMUS -A -UM] : ADJ outer/external; outward; on outside, far; of another country, foreign; strange;

[EXTIMESCO, EXTIMESCERE, EXTIMUI] : V take fright, be alarmed, dread;

[EXTIMULO, EXTIMULARE, EXTIMULAVI, EXTIMULATUS] : V goad; stimulate;

[EXTIMUM, EXTIMI] : N the outside; the end;

[EXTIMUS, EXTIMA, EXTIMUM] : ADJ outermost; farthest; end/utmost edge of;

[EXTIMUS] : outermost.

[EXTINGUO, EXTINGUERE, EXTINXI, EXTINCTUS] : V quench, extinguish; kill; destroy;

[EXTISPEX, EXTISPICIS] : N soothsayer predicting from the entrails of a victim;

[EXTISPEX, EXTISPICIS] : N one who practices divination by observation of entrils;

[EXTISPICIO, EXTISPICERE, EXTIPEXI] : V examination of entrils or sacrificial victims as means of divination;

[EXTISPICUM, EXTISPICI] : N examination of entrils or sacrificial victims as means of divination;

[EXTISPICUS, EXTISPICI] : N one who practices divination by observation of entrils;

[EXTO, EXTARE, EXTITI] : V stand out or forth, project be visible, exist, be on record;

[EXTOLLO, EXTOLLERE,] : V raise; lift up; extol, advance; erect (building);

[EXTOLLO] : to exalt.

[EXTOLLO] : to lift up, raise up, erect/ elevate, exalt.

[EXTOLLO] : to lift up, raise up, erect / elevate, exalt.

[EXTOLLO] : to praise exaggerate/ decorate, adorn.

[EXTOLLO] : to praise exaggerate / decorate, adorn.

[EXTORQUEO, EXTORQUERE, EXTORSI, EXTORTUS] : V extort; tear away, twist away; twist/wrench out;

[EXTORQUEO] : to twist, wrench, dislocate/ extort by force.

[EXTORQUEO] : to twist, wrench, dislocate / extort by force.

[EXTORRIS, EXTORRIS, EXTORRE] : ADJ exiled;

[EXTRA ECCLESIAM NULLA SALUS. ] : PHRASE outside the church, no salvation.

[EXTRA MUROS ] : PHRASE outside the walls

[EXTRA] : (prep. + acc.) beyond, outside.

[EXTRA] : ADV outside;

[EXTRA] : PREP outside of, beyond, without, beside; except;

[EXTRAHO EXTRAXI EXTRACTUM] : drag out, extract, remove/ .

[EXTRAHO EXTRAXI EXTRACTUM] : drag out, extract, remove/

[EXTRAHO, EXTRAHERE, EXTRAXI, EXTRACTUS] : V drag out; prolong; rescue, extract; remove;

[EXTRAHO] : prolong, protract/ bring forward.

[EXTRAHO] : to draw forth.

[EXTRANEUS, EXTRANEA, EXTRANEUM] : ADJ external, extraneous, foreign; not belonging to one's family or household;

[EXTRANEUS] : a foreigner, stranger.

[EXTRANEUS] : outside, exraneous/ foreign, strange.

[EXTRANEUS] : outside, exraneous/ foreign, strange/ a foreigner, stranger.

[EXTRAORDINARIUS, EXTRAORDINARIA, EXTRAORDINARIUM] : ADJ supplementary; special; immoderate;

[EXTRARIUS, EXTRARIA, EXTRARIUM] : ADJ external; strange, not of one's household; not directly connected; extraneous;

[EXTRARIUS] : outward, external/ strange, unrelated, foreign.

[EXTREMITAS, EXTREMITATIS] : N border/outline/perimeter; end/extremity; ending/suffix; extreme condition/case;

[EXTREMITAS] : end, farthest part.

[EXTREMITAS] : end.

[EXTREMUM, EXTREMI] : N limit, outside; end;

[EXTREMUS, EXTREMI] : N the rear (pl.);

[EXTREMUS] : outermost, last, extreme.

[EXTRICO, EXTRICARE, EXTRICAVI, EXTRICATUS] : V disentangle, extricate, free;

[EXTRICO] : disentangle, free, extricate, clear up, unravel.

[EXTRINSECUS] : ADV from without; on the outside;

[EXTRINSECUS] : outwardly, externally, from the outside.

[EXTRITIO, EXTRITIONIS] : N distruction; exausting wear; misery (vulgate);

[EXTRUDO, EXTRUDERE, EXTRUSI, EXTRUSUS] : V thrust out; draw out;

[EXTRUDO] : to drive out.

[EXTRUO, EXTRUERE, EXTRUXI, EXTRUCTUS] : V pile up; build up, raise;

[EXTUM, EXTI] : N bowels (pl.); entrails of animals (esp. heart, lungs, liver) for divination;

[EXTUMUM, EXTUMI] : N the outside; the end;

[EXTUMUS, EXTUMA, EXTUMUM] : ADJ outermost; farthest; end/utmost edge of;

[EXTUNDO, EXTUNDERE, EXTUDI, EXTUSUS] : V beat or strike out produce with effort;

[EXTUNDO] : drive away, repel violently, extort.

[EXTUNDO] : to form by beating with a hammer, invent, devise.

[EXTURBO, EXTURBARE, EXTURBAVI, EXTURBATUS] : V drive away, put away a wife;

[EXTURBO] : to drive away, thrust out.

[EXUBERANS] : superfluous.

[EXUBERO, EXUBERARE, EXUBERAVI, EXUBERATUS] : V surge or gush up; be abundant, be fruitful;

[EXUBERO] : to abound in.

[EXUBERO] : to grow thickly, abound.

[EXUDO, EXUDARE, EXUDAVI, EXUDATUS] : V exude; sweat out;

[EXUL, EXULIS] : N exile (m/f), banished person; wanderer;

[EXULCERO] : to aggravate, exacerbate, irritate, make worse, embitter.

[EXULO, EXULARE, EXULAVI, EXULATUS] : V be an exile, live in exile; be banished; be a stranger;

[EXULTATIO, EXULTATIONIS] : N exultation, joy;

[EXULTO, EXULTARE, EXULTAVI, EXULTATUS] : V jump about; let oneself go; exult;

[EXULTO] : to exult, be joyful.

[EXULULO, EXULULARE, EXULULAVI, EXULULATUS] : V invoke with howls;

[EXULULO] : to howl loudly

[EXULULO] : to howl loudly.

[EXUNDO, EXUNDARE, EXUNDAVI, EXUNDATUS] : V gush forth; overflow with;

[EXUNDO] : to overflow, abound,.

[EXUNDO] : to overflow, abound,

[EXUO, EXUERE, EXUI, EXUTUS] : V pull off; undress, take off; strip, deprive of; lay aside, cast off;

[EXUO] : to divest, strip off.

[EXUO] : to lay aside, put away, store/ strip, deprive.

[EXUPERABILIS, EXUPERABILIS, EXUPERABILE] : ADJ able to be overcome;

[EXUPERO, EXUPERARE, EXUPERAVI, EXUPERATUS] : V excel; overtop; surpass; overpower;

[EXURGEO, EXURGERE, EXURSI] : V squeeze out;

[EXURGO, EXURGERE, EXURREXI, EXURRECTUS] : V rise (to one's feet/from bed/moon/in revolt); stand/rear/get up; come to being;

[EXURGO, EXURGERE, EXURREXI, EXURRECTUS] : V bestir oneself/take action; swell/rise/move/extend up/out/to higher moral level;

[EXURO, EXURERE, EXUSI, EXUSTUS] : V burn up; dry up, parch; destroy;

[EXURO, EXUSSUM] : burn down, burn, set on fire.

[EXUSTIO] : burning up, conflagration.

[EXUVIA, EXUVIAE] : N things stripped off (pl.); spoils, booty; memento, something of another's;

[EXUVIAE] : (anything taken off) dress, clothing/ spoils, booty/ hides pelt.

[EXUVIAE] : (anything taken off) dress, clothing.

[EXUVIAE] : spoils, booty/ hides pelt. W:

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