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[A, ABB.] : N aulus, roman praenomen; abbreviated a./au.; absolvo (free), antiquo (reject);

[A, ABB.] : N year; abb. ann./a.; (regnavit a(nnis). xliiii => he reigned for 44 years);

[A] : INTERJ ah!; (distress/regret/pity, appeal/entreaty, surprise/joy, objection/contempt);

[A] : PREP ABL by (agent), from (departure, cause, remote origin/time); after (reference);

[A] : PREP ante, abb. a; (in calendar expression a. d. = ante diem => before the day);

[AB INITIO ] : PHRASE from the beginning

[AB OVO ] : PHRASE from the egg

[AB OVO USQUE AD MALA ] : PHRASE from the egg right to the apple (i.e. from the beginning to the end)

[AB] : PREP ABL by (agent), from (departure, cause, remote origin (time); after (reference);

[ABACTIUS, ABACTIA, ABACTIUM] : ADJ stolen/rustled (of cattle);

[ABACTOR, ABACTORIS] : N cattle thief, rustler; one who drives off;

[ABACTUS, ABACTA, ABACTUM] : ADJ driven away/off/back; forced to resign (office); restrained by; passed (night);

[ABACTUS, ABACTUS] : N cattle thieving, stealing of cattle, rustling;

[ABACULUS, ABACULI] : N tessera/small cube of colored glass for ornamental pavements/wall mosaics;

[ABACUS, ABACI] : N counting-board; side-board; slab table; panel; square stone on top of column;

[ABACUS, ABACI] : N small table for cruets, credence, shelf/niche near altar for eucharist elements;

[ABAESTUO, ABAESTUARE, ABAESTUAVI, ABAESTUATUS] : V wave down; hang down richly (poet.);

[ABAGMENTUM, ABAGMENTI] : N means for obtaining abortions?;

[ABALIENATIO, ABALIENATIONIS] : N transfer of property (legal), sale; cession; alienation;

[ABALIENATO] : transfer of property, alienation.

[ABALIENATO] : transfer of property, alienation

[ABALIENATUS, ABALIENATA, ABALIENATUM] : ADJ unfriendly, estranged; dead/mortified (medical, of tissues);

[ABALIENO, ABALIENARE, ABALIENAVI, ABALIENATUS] : V transfer (sale/contract); remove, take away, dispose of; numb/deaden;

[ABALIENO, ABALIENARE, ABALIENAVI, ABALIENATUS] : V make alien; separate, abstract; alienate, estrange, make disaffected;

[ABAMBULO, ABAMBULARE, ABAMBULAVI, ABAMBULATUS] : V go away;

[ABAMITA, ABAMITAE] : N great-great-great aunt; sister of abavus (gt-gt-grandfather); female ancestor;

[ABANTE] : ADV in front (of); before;

[ABANTE] : PREP ABL from before/in front of;

[ABARCEO, ABARCERE,] : V keep away;

[ABASCANTUS, ABASCANTA, ABASCANTUM] : ADJ unenvied?;

[ABAVIA, ABAVIAE] : N ancestress; great-great grandmother;

[ABAVUNCULUS, ABAVUNCULI] : N great-great-great-great uncle; remote ancestor;

[ABAVUS, ABAVI] : N ancestor, forefather; great-great grandfather, grandfather's grandfather;

[ABAVUS] : great-great-grandfather

[ABAVUS] : great-great-grandfather.

[ABAX, ABACIS] : N counting-board; side-board; slab table; panel; square stone on top of column;

[ABBA, UNDECLINED] : N father (aramaic) (also false read for obba - decanter);

[ABBAS ABBATIS] : father / abbot.

[ABBAS, ABBATIS] : N abbot; head of an ecclesiastical community; father; any respected monk (early);

[ABBATIA, ABBATIAE] : N abbey, monastery;

[ABBATIA] : abbey, monastery.

[ABBATIALIS, ABBATIALIS, ABBATIALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to an abbot/abbey;

[ABBATISSA, ABBATISSAE] : N abbess;

[ABBIBO, ABBIBERE, ABBIBI] : V drink (in addition), take in by drinking; drink in, absorb, listen eagerly to;

[ABBITO, ABBITERE,] : V approach, come/draw near;

[ABBREVIATIO, ABBREVIATIONIS] : N abbreviation; diminution; epitome (souter); shortening;

[ABBREVIATOR, ABBREVIATORIS] : N summerizer; one who makes abstracts/epitomes from papal bulls;

[ABBREVIATUS, ABBREVIATA, ABBREVIATUM] : ADJ abridged, shortened, cut off; straitened, contracted, narrowed; abbreviated;

[ABBREVIO, ABBREVIARE, ABBREVIAVI, ABBREVIATUS] : V shorten, cut off; abbreviate, abstract; epitomize (souter); break off; weaken;

[ABDICATIO, ABDICATIONIS] : N renunciation; disowning/disinheriting (son); resignation/abdication (office);

[ABDICATIVE] : ADV negatively;

[ABDICATIVUS, ABDICATIVA, ABDICATIVUM] : ADJ negative;

[ABDICATRIX, ABDICTRICIS] : N renouncer (female); she who renounces/disclaims something;

[ABDICATUS, ABDICATI] : N disowned/disinherited son;

[ABDICO, ABDICARE, ABDICAVI, ABDICATUS] : V resign, abdicate; abolish; disinherit; renounce, reject, expel, disapprove of;

[ABDICO, ABDICERE, ABDIXI, ABDICTUS] : V be against, reject; withhold (someone's right); forbid by unfavorable omen;

[ABDICO] : to renounce, reject/ abdicate/ disapprove of.

[ABDICO] : to renounce, reject / abdicate / disapprove of

[ABDITE] : ADV secretly;

[ABDITIVUS, ABDITIVA, ABDITIVUM] : ADJ removed, separated (from);

[ABDITUM, ABDITI] : N hidden/secret/out of the way place, lair, (in) secret;

[ABDITUS, ABDITA, ABDITUM] : ADJ hidden, secret, out of the way, remote, secluded; obscure/abstruse (meaning);

[ABDO, ABDERE, ABDIDI, ABDITUS] : V remove, put away, set aside; depart, go away; hide, keep secret, conceal;

[ABDO] : put away, remove / hide, conceal.

[ABDO] : put away, remove/ hide, conceal.

[ABDOMEN, ABDOMINIS] : N abdomen, paunch, lower part of the belly; gluttony; as indicative of obesity;

[ABDOMEN] : belly / gluttony.

[ABDOMEN] : belly/ gluttony.

[ABDUCO, ABDUCERE, ABDUXI, ABDUCTUS] : V lead away, carry off; detach, attract away, entice, seduce, charm; withdraw;

[ABDUCO] : to lead, or take away/ detach, withdraw.

[ABDUCTIO, ABDUCTIONIS] : N abduction, forcible carrying off; robbing; retirement (vulg. eccli.);

[ABECEDARIA, ABECEDARIAE] : N elementary introduction; the a, b, c's of the matter;

[ABECEDARIUM, ABECEDARII] : N alphabet;

[ABECEDARIUS, ABECEDARIA, ABECEDARIUM] : ADJ alphabetical; belonging to the alphabet;

[ABECEDARIUS, ABECEDARII] : N one who learns the a, b, c's;

[ABECETUORIUM, ABECETUORII] : N act of tracing greek and latin alphabets on church floor while consecrating;

[ABELLANA, ABELLANAE] : N filbert, hazel nut;

[ABELLANUS, ABELLANA, ABELLANUM] : ADJ filbert/hazel (w/nut); of abella (town in campania noted for fruit/filberts);

[ABEO, ABIRE, ABIVI(II), ABITUS] : V depart, go away; go off, go forth; pass away, die, disappear; be changed;

[ABEO] : + in ; to be changed.

[ABEO] : to digress / change / vanish, disappear.

[ABEO] : to go away, retire / depart from life, die.

[ABEO] : to pass, to have been

[ABEQUITO, ABEQUITARE, ABEQUITAVI, ABEQUITATUS] : V ride away;

[ABERCEO, ABERCERE,] : V keep away; forbid;

[ABERRATIO, ABERRATIONIS] : N diversion, relief;

[ABERRO, ABERRARE, ABERRAVI, ABERRATUS] : V stray, wander, deviate; go/be/do wrong; be unfaithful; escape; disagree (with);

[ABERRO] : to wander, deviate, escape.

[ABFERO, ABFERRE,] : V bear, take away, remove, obtain, carry off/away, steal (wrong form of aufero);

[ABFLUO, ABFLUERE, ABFLUXI] : V flow/stream/issue (from); flow away; be abundant, abound (in w/abl);

[ABFUGIO, ABFUGERE, ABFUGI] : V flee (from), shun; run/fly away, escape; disappear/vanish (things); (bad aufugio

[ABHIBEO, ABHIBERE,] : V hold at a distance;

[ABHINC] : ADV since, ago, in past; from this time, henceforth; from this place, hence;

[ABHINC] : ago, back from now.

[ABHINC] : ago, back from now, henceforth, hereafter.

[ABHORREO, ABHORRERE, ABHORRUI] : V abhor, shrink back; be averse to, shudder at; differ from; be inconsistent;

[ABHORREO] : to shudder.

[ABHORRESCO, ABHORRESCERE, ABHORRUI] : V dread, become terrified; bristle up; begin to shake/tremble/shudder/shiver;

[ABHORRIDE] : ADV roughly, improperly; in an unfit manner;

[ABHORRIDUS, ABHORRIDA, ABHORRIDUM] : ADJ rough, unsightly;

[ABICIO, ABICERE, ABJECI, ABJECTUS] : V throw/cast away/down/aside; abandon; slight; humble; debase; sell too cheaply;

[ABICIO] : to throw down, dispense with, get rid of/ dishearten, weaken.

[ABICIO] : to thrown down, dispense with, get rid of / dishearten, weaken.

[ABICO, ABICERE,] : V humble; cast aside/away/off, reject;

[ABICO] : to humble, cast aside.

[ABIEGNEUS, ABIEGNEA, ABIEGNEUM] : ADJ made of fir, deal;

[ABIEGNIUS, ABIEGNIA, ABIEGNIUM] : ADJ made of fir, deal;

[ABIEGNUS, ABIEGNA, ABIEGNUM] : ADJ made of fir, deal; wooden;

[ABIEGO] : to send away, send off.

[ABIES, ABIETIS] : N fir tree/wood; white/silver fir, spruce; thing of fir, ship, spear; sea weed;

[ABIETARIUS, ABIETARIA, ABIETARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/concerned with timber or fir/deal;

[ABIETARIUS, ABIETARII] : N timber merchant; carpenter, joiner;

[ABIGA, ABIGAE] : N plant which has the power of producing abortion;

[ABIGEATOR, ABIGEATORIS] : N cattle stealer/thief, rustler;

[ABIGEATUS, ABIGEATUS] : N cattle stealing, rustling;

[ABIGEUS, ABIGEI] : N cattle stealer/thief, rustler;

[ABIGO, ABIGERE, ABEGI, ABACTUS] : V drive/send away/off; expel, repel; steal, plunder (cattle), rustle; seduce;

[ABIGO, ABIGERE, ABEGI, ABACTUS] : V remove/cure (a disease); drive away (an evil); force birth; procure abortion;

[ABIGO, ABIGERE, ABIGI, ABACTUS] : V remove/cure (a disease); drive away (an evil); force birth; procure abortion;

[ABIGO, ABIGERE, ABIGI, ABACTUS] : V drive/send away/off; expel, repel; steal, plunder (cattle), rustle; seduce;

[ABIGO] : to drive off, drive away, rustle cattle, steal.

[ABIIT, EXCESSIT, EVASIT, ERUPIT ] : PHRASE he has left, absconded, escaped and disappeared.

[ABINDE] : ADV from that source, thence;

[ABIRITUS] : poppy, common

[ABITIO, ABITIONIS] : N departure; going away, departing;

[ABITO, ABITARE, ABITAVI, ABITATUS] : V go away, depart;

[ABITUS, ABITUS] : N departure, removal; going away; way out, exit, outlet, passage out, egress;

[ABIUNGO] : to unharnass/ separate, detach.

[ABIURO] : to deny by oath.

[ABJECTE, ABJECTIUS, ABJECTISSIME] : ADV in spiritless manner; in humble circumstances, lowly; negligently; cowardly;

[ABJECTIO, ABJECTIONIS] : N dejection; a casting down/out; outcast;

[ABJECTO, ABJECTARE, ABJECTAVI, ABJECTATUS] : V throw/cast away/down/aside; abandon; slight; humble; debase; sell too cheaply;

[ABJECTUS, ABJECTA -UM, ABJECTIOR -OR -US, ABJECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ downcast, dejected; humble, low, common, mean; subservient; base, sordid, vile;

[ABJICIO, ABJICERE, ABJECI, ABJECTUS] : V throw/cast away/down/aside; abandon; slight; humble; debase; sell too cheaply;

[ABJUDICATIVUS, ABJUDICATIVA, ABJUDICATIVUM] : ADJ negative;

[ABJUDICO, ABJUDICARE, ABJUDICAVI, ABJUDICATUS] : V deprive by judicial verdict; give judgment against; reject; deny an oath;

[ABJUGO, ABJUGARE, ABJUGAVI, ABJUGATUS] : V separate (from), remove; loose from the yoke;

[ABJUNGO, ABJUNGERE, ABJUNXI, ABJUNCTUS] : V unyoke, remove, separate; unharness; remove part, split; cut off from, detach;

[ABJURATIO, ABJURATIONIS] : N abjuration, process where heretics/apostates/schismatics renounce their errors;

[ABJURATIO, ABJURATIONIS] : N forswearing, denial under oath; perjury;

[ABJURGO, ABJURGARE, ABJURGAVI, ABJURGATUS] : V take away in settlement of a quarrel; deny/refuse reproachfully (l+s);

[ABJURO, ABJURARE, ABJURAVI, ABJURATUS] : V repudiate (obligation or duty); deny on oath (falsely); abjure; perjure;

[ABLACTATIO, ABLACTATIONIS] : N act/process of weaning a child;

[ABLACTO, ABLACTARE, ABLACTAVI, ABLACTATUS] : V wean;

[ABLACUO, ABLACUARE, ABLACUAVI, ABLACUATUS] : V loosen/weed the soil at the roots (of trees);

[ABLAQUEATIO, ABLAQUEATIONIS] : N act/process of loosening/weeding soil at base/roots of a tree;

[ABLAQUEO, ABLAQUEARE, ABLAQUEAVI, ABLAQUEATUS] : V loosen/weed the soil at the roots (of trees);

[ABLATIO, ABLATIONIS] : N removal, taking away;

[ABLATIVUS, ABLATIVA, ABLATIVUM] : ADJ ablative (gram.);

[ABLATIVUS, ABLATIVI] : N ablative case (w/wo casus) (gram.);

[ABLATOR, ABLATORIS] : N one who takes away/removes;

[ABLEGATIO, ABLEGATIONIS] : N dispatch, sending away/off; dispatch on a duty;

[ABLEGO, ABLEGARE, ABLEGAVI, ABLEGATUS] : V send away/off (on a mission); banish, get rid of; remove/delete a word;

[ABLEPSIA, ABLEPSIAE] : N blindness;

[ABLIGURIO, ABLIGURIRE, ABLIGURIVI, ABLIGURITUS] : V eat up (dainties); consume in dainty living; waste, squander; waste in feasting;

[ABLIGURRIO, ABLIGURRIRE, ABLIGURRIVI, ABLIGURRITUS] : V eat up (dainties); consume in dainty living; waste, squander; waste in feasting;

[ABLOCO, ABLOCARE, ABLOCAVI, ABLOCATUS] : V place a contract for (work), hire; let/lease/rent (a house);

[ABLUDO, ABLUDERE,] : V differ from; fall short of; play out of tune;

[ABLUO, ABLUERE, ABLUI, ABLUTUS] : V wash away/off/out, blot out, purify, wash, cleanse; dispel (infection); quench;

[ABLUO] : to wash clean.

[ABLUO] : to wash, clean, cleanse.

[ABLUTIO, ABLUTIONIS] : N washing, ablution; pouring on (mixture of water and wine) in the liturgy;

[ABLUVIO, ABLUVIONIS] : N erosion;

[ABLUVIUM, ABLUVII] : N flooding of rivers, inundation;

[ABMATERTERA, ABMATERTERAE] : N great-great-great aunt (mother's side);

[ABNATO, ABNATARE, ABNATAVI, ABNATATUS] : V swim away from; swim off;

[ABNEGATIO, ABNEGATIONIS] : N denial;

[ABNEGATIVUS, ABNEGATIVA, ABNEGATIVUM] : ADJ negative;

[ABNEGATOR, ABNEGATORIS] : N denier, one who denies;

[ABNEGO, ABNEGARE, ABNEGAVI, ABNEGATUS] : V deny; decline (to), refuse, reject; refuse to give, withhold (what is due);

[ABNEGO] : to deny, refuse.

[ABNEPOS, ABNEPOTIS] : N great-great-grandson; indefinitely distant descendent;

[ABNEPOS] : great-great-grandson.

[ABNEPTIS, ABNEPTIS] : N great-great-granddaughter; indefinitely distant female descendent;

[ABNOCTO, ABNOCTARE, ABNOCTAVI, ABNOCTATUS] : V spend the night out, stay away all night; spend the night away from rome;

[ABNOCTO] : to spend the night out, to stay away all night.

[ABNODO, ABNODARE, ABNODAVI, ABNODATUS] : V cut off knots; clear trees of knots;

[ABNORMIS, ABNORMIS, ABNORME] : ADJ belonging to no school (of philosophy); deviating from the rule; irregular;

[ABNUEO, ABNUERE,] : V refuse, decline; deny (guilt); refuse by a sign, shake head; reject; rule out;

[ABNUITIO, ABNUITIONIS] : N negation;

[ABNUMERO, ABNUMERARE, ABNUMERAVI, ABNUMERATUS] : V count up, reckon up;

[ABNUO, ABNUERE, ABNUI, ABNUITUS] : V refuse, decline; deny (guilt); refuse by a sign, shake head; reject; rule out;

[ABNUO] : to deny.

[ABNUTIVUM, ABNUTIVI] : N refusal, denying;

[ABNUTIVUS, ABNUTIVA, ABNUTIVUM] : ADJ negative;

[ABNUTO, ABNUTARE, ABNUTAVI, ABNUTATUS] : V deny/refuse/forbid (w/shake of head) repeatedly; forbid;

[ABOLEFACIO, ABOLEFACERE,] : V destroy;

[ABOLEO, ABOLERE, ABOLEVI, ABOLITUS] : V destroy, efface, obliterate; kill; banish, dispel; put end to. abolish, rescind;

[ABOLEO] : to destroy, abolish, annul, do away with, obliterate, efface.

[ABOLEO] : to destroy, abolish, annul, do away with, obliterate.

[ABOLESCO, ABOLESCERE, ABOLEVI] : V decay gradually, shrivel, wilt; vanish, disappear; die out; fall into disuse;

[ABOLESCO] : to die, perish, vanish.

[ABOLITIO, ABOLITIONIS] : N cancellation, annulment (law); withdrawal (charge), amnesty; obliteration;

[ABOLITOR, ABOLITORIS] : N one who takes away a thing; one who casts a thing into oblivion;

[ABOLLA, ABOLLAE] : N cloak (thick wool, for soldiers/peasants), mantle; wearer of a cloak;

[ABOMINABILIS, ABOMINABILIS, ABOMINABILE] : ADJ detestable, hateful, abominable; worthy of destruction;

[ABOMINAMENTUM, ABOMINAMENTI] : N abomination, detestable thing;

[ABOMINANDUS, ABOMINANDA, ABOMINANDUM] : ADJ ill-omened, of evil omen; detestable, odious; execrable, abominable;

[ABOMINANTER] : ADV abominably, detestably;

[ABOMINATIO, ABOMINATIONIS] : N aversion, detestation, loathing;

[ABOMINATUS, ABOMINATA, ABOMINATUM] : ADJ abominated/detested; accursed;

[ABOMINO, ABOMINARE, ABOMINAVI, ABOMINATUS] : V avert; (seek to) avert (omen/eventuality) (by prayer); loathe, detest, abhor;

[ABOMINOR, ABOMINARI, -, ABOMINATUS SUM] : V avert; (seek to) avert (omen/eventuality) (by prayer); loathe, detest, abhor;

[ABOMINOR] : to abhor, hate, detest, abominate.

[ABOMINOSUS, ABOMINOSA, ABOMINOSUM] : ADJ full of ill omens, portentous;

[ABORIGINEUS, ABORIGINEA, ABORIGINEUM] : ADJ aboriginal; (pertaining to) pre-roman italy/original founders of a city;

[ABORIOR, ABORIRI, -, ABORTUS SUM] : V pass away, disappear, be lost; miscarry, be aborted; set (sun/planet/star);

[ABORIOR] : to set (as in "the sun sets").

[ABORISCO, ABORISCERE,] : V pass/fade away, disappear, be lost;

[ABORSUS, ABORSA, ABORSUM] : ADJ miscarriage; abortion; that which has been brought forth prematurely;

[ABORTIO, ABORTIONIS] : N abortion, miscarriage; premature delivery; procuring an abortion;

[ABORTIO, ABORTIRE,] : V miscarry;

[ABORTIO] : miscarriage.

[ABORTIUM, ABORTII] : N abortion; miscarriage;

[ABORTIVUM, ABORTIVI] : N abortion; miscarriage; means of procuring an abortion;

[ABORTIVUM, ABORTIVI] : N abortifacient, that which caused abortion; contraceptive; premature birth;

[ABORTIVUS, ABORTIVA, ABORTIVUM] : ADJ abortive; abortificient; contraceptive; addled; prematurely born;

[ABORTIVUS, ABORTIVI] : N one prematurely born; one addled;

[ABORTIVUS] : one prematurely born.

[ABORTO, ABORTARE, ABORTAVI, ABORTATUS] : V cast its young (beast) (give birth prematurely);

[ABORTUM, ABORTI] : N miscarriage; premature/untimely birth; abortion; dead fetus; getting abortion;

[ABORTUS, ABORTUS] : N miscarriage; premature/untimely birth; abortion; dead fetus; getting abortion;

[ABPATRUUS, ABPATRUI] : N great-great-great uncle (father's side);

[ABRA, ABRAE] : N maid;

[ABRADO, ABRADERE, ABRASI, ABRASUS] : V scratch/scrape/rub/wipe (off), shave; erase; wash/erode away; 'knock off', rob;

[ABRELICTUS, ABRELICTA, ABRELICTUM] : ADJ deserted, abandoned;

[ABRENUNCIATIO, ABRENUNCIATIONIS] : N repudiation, renunciation, renouncing;

[ABRENUNTIO, ABRENUNTIARE, ABRENUNTIAVI, ABRENUNTIATUS] : V renounce, repudiate (strongly);

[ABRIPIO, ABRIPERE, ABRIPUI, ABREPTUS] : V drag/snatch/carry/remove away by force; wash/blow away (storm); abduct, kidnap;

[ABRODIAETUS, ABRODIAETI] : N living delicately, epithet of the painter parrhasius;

[ABRODO, ABRODERE, ABROSI, ABROSUS] : V gnaw off/away;

[ABROGATIO, ABROGATIONIS] : N repeal of a law; disregard, ignore, repudiate; cancel, rescind, revoke (honor);

[ABROGO, ABROGARE, ABROGAVI, ABROGATUS] : V abolish; repeal wholly, annul; remove, take away;

[ABROGO] : to repeal, annul, remove, take away.

[ABROTONITES, ABROTONITAE] : N wine prepared with the aromatic plant, southern-wood;

[ABROTONUM, ABROTONI] : N aromatic plant, southern-wood (medicine);

[ABROTONUM] : -i, (neut.); also, abrotanum southern-wood, an aromatic herb

[ABROTONUS, ABROTONI] : N aromatic plant, southern-wood (medicine);

[ABROTONUS] : -i, (fem.) southern-wood, an aromatic herb

[ABRUMPO, ABRUMPERE, ABRUPI, ABRUPTUS] : V break (bonds); break off; tear asunder; cut through, sever; remove, separate;

[ABRUMPO] : to break off, sever, remove, dissociate, separate.

[ABRUPTE] : ADV abruptly, suddenly; precipitously, steeply; hastily; rashly; here and there;

[ABRUPTIO, ABRUPTIONIS] : N breaking, breaking off; separation, divorce;

[ABRUPTIO] : separation, divorce.

[ABRUPTUM, ABRUPTI] : N steep ascent/decent; rough dangerous ways (pl.);

[ABRUPTUS, ABRUPTA -UM, ABRUPTIOR -OR -US, ABRUPTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ precipitous, steep; hasty; rash; uncompromising, haughty, aloof; abrupt, sudden;

[ABRUPTUS, ABRUPTA -UM, ABRUPTIOR -OR -US, ABRUPTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ broken, disconnected, abrupt; stubborn;

[ABS] : PREP ABL by (agent), from (departure, cause, remote origin (time); after (reference);

[ABS] : quill-cassia

[ABSCEDO, ABSCEDERE, ABSCESSI, ABSCESSUS] : V withdraw, depart, retire; go/pass off/away; desist; recede (coasts); slough;

[ABSCEDO] : to go away, depart, leave.

[ABSCESSUS, ABSCESSUS] : N going away, departure, withdrawal, absence; remoteness; abscess; death;

[ABSCIDO, ABSCIDERE, ABSCIDI, ABSCISUS] : V take away violently; expel/banish; destroy (hope); amputate; prune; cut short;

[ABSCIDO, ABSCIDERE, ABSCIDI, ABSCISUS] : V hew/cut off/away/out; fell/cut down; remove, separate/cut off/destroy, divide;

[ABSCIDO] : to cut off, to separate, take away.

[ABSCINDO, ABSCINDERE, ABSCIDI, ABSCISSUS] : V tear (away/off) (clothing); cut off/away/short; part, break, divide, separate;

[ABSCISE] : ADV abruptly, brusquely, curtly; shortly, concisely, distinctly;

[ABSCISIO, ABSCISIONIS] : N loss of voice; aposiopesis (rhetoric, breaking off emotionally), interruption;

[ABSCISSIO, ABSCISSIONIS] : N loss of voice; aposiopesis (rhetoric, breaking off emotionally), interruption;

[ABSCISUS, ABSCISA -UM, ABSCISIOR -OR -US, ABSCISISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ steep, sheer, precipitous; abrupt, curt, brusque; restricted; cut off, severed;

[ABSCONDEO, ABSCONDERE, ABSCONDUI, ABSCONDITUS] : V hide, conceal, secrete, 'shelter'; leave behind; bury, engulf, swallow up; keep;

[ABSCONDITE] : ADV abstrusely; profoundly; secretly;

[ABSCONDITUM, ABSCONDITI] : N hidden/secret/concealed place/thing; secret;

[ABSCONDITUS, ABSCONDITA, ABSCONDITUM] : ADJ hidden, secret, concealed; covert, disguised; abstruse, recondite;

[ABSCONDITUS] : hidden, concealed.

[ABSCONDO, ABSCONDERE, ABSCONDIDI, ABSCONDITUS] : V hide, conceal, secrete, 'shelter'; leave behind; bury, engulf, swallow up; keep;

[ABSCONDO, ABSCONDERE, ABSCONDI, ABSCONDITUS] : V hide, conceal, secrete, 'shelter'; leave behind; bury, engulf, swallow up; keep;

[ABSCONDO] : to hide, conceal, secrete.

[ABSCONSE] : ADV secretly;

[ABSCONSIO, ABSCONSIONIS] : N shelter;

[ABSCONSUS, ABSCONSA, ABSCONSUM] : ADJ hidden, secret, concealed, unknown;

[ABSEGMEN, ABSEGMINIS] : N piece/slice/hunk of meat, collop; morsel, portion, lump, mouthful, gobbet;

[ABSENS, (GEN.), ABSENTIS] : ADJ absent, missing, away, gone; physically elsewhere (things), non-existent;

[ABSENS, ABSENTIS] : (adj.) absent, missing, away, gone.

[ABSENTHIUM, ABSENTHII] : N wormwood; infusion/tincture of wormwood;

[ABSENTIA, ABSENTIAE] : N absence; absence form rome/duty; ; non-appearance in court; lack;

[ABSENTIO, ABSENTIONIS] : N holding back, restraining;

[ABSENTIVUS, ABSENTIVA, ABSENTIVUM] : ADJ long absent;

[ABSENTO, ABSENTARE, ABSENTAVI, ABSENTATUS] : V send away, cause one to be absent; to be absent;

[ABSIDA, ABSIDAE] : N arc described by a planet; arc, segment of a circle; kind of round vessel/bowl;

[ABSIDATUS, ABSIDATA, ABSIDATUM] : ADJ vaulted; arched, having an arch/arches;

[ABSILIO, ABSILIRE,] : V rush/fly away (from); burst/fly apart;

[ABSIMILIS, ABSIMILIS, ABSIMILE] : ADJ unlike, dissimilar;

[ABSINTHIATUS] : absinthe, made of

[ABSINTHITES, ABSINTHITAE] : N wine flavored with wormwood;

[ABSINTHIUM, ABSINTHII] : N wormwood; infusion/tincture of wormwood;

[ABSINTHIUM, ABSINTHI(I)] : N wormwood; infusion/tincture of wormwood (often mixed with honey to mask taste);

[ABSINTHIUM] : -i, (neut.) wormwood, absinth(e) Lucretius, Cassell

[ABSINTHIUS, ABSINTHII] : N wormwood; infusion/tincture of wormwood (often mixed with honey to mask taste);

[ABSINTHIUS, ABSINTHIA, ABSINTHIUM] : ADJ containing wormwood (e.g., wine); (often mixed with honey to mask taste);

[ABSIS, ABSIDIS] : N arc described by a planet; arc, segment of a circle; kind of round vessel/bowl;

[ABSISTO, ABSISTERE, ABSISTITI] : V withdraw from; desist, cease; leave off; depart, go away from; stand back;

[ABSISTO] : to go away, desist.

[ABSISTUS, ABSISTA, ABSISTUM] : ADJ distant, lying away;

[ABSIT] : "god forbid, "let it be far from the hearts of the faithful"

[ABSIT] : "god forbid, "let it be far from the hearts of the faithful".

[ABSIT] : INTERJ "god forbid", "let it be far from the hearts of the faithful";

[ABSOCER, ABSOCERI] : N great-great grandfather of the husband or wife (in-law);

[ABSOLUTE, ABSOLUTIUS, ABSOLUTISSIME] : ADV completely, absolutely; perfectly; without qualification, simply, unreservedly;

[ABSOLUTIO, ABSOLUTIONIS] : N finishing, completion; acquittal, release (obligat.); perfection; completeness;

[ABSOLUTIO] : an acquittal, freedom, unloosing/ entirety, perfection.

[ABSOLUTORIUM, ABSOLUTORII] : N means of deliverance from;

[ABSOLUTORIUS, ABSOLUTORIA, ABSOLUTORIUM] : ADJ favoring/securing acquittal; pertaining to acquittal/release; effecting a cure;

[ABSOLUTUS, ABSOLUTA -UM, ABSOLUTIOR -OR -US, ABSOLUTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fluent; fully developed, complete, finished; perfect, pure; unconditional;

[ABSOLVO, ABSOLVERE, ABSOLVI, ABSOLUTUS] : V free (bonds), release; acquit; vote for/secure acquittal; pay off; sum up;

[ABSOLVO] : to release, free, manumit, liberate/ to permit, allow, to let.

[ABSONE] : ADV harshly, discordantly;

[ABSONO, ABSONARE, ABSONAVI, ABSONATUS] : V have a harsh/discordant/unpleasant sound;

[ABSONUS, ABSONA, ABSONUM] : ADJ harsh/discordant/inharmonious; jarring; inconsistent; unsuitable, in bad taste;

[ABSORBEO, ABSORBERE, ABSORBUI, ABSORPTUS] : V devour; swallow up; engulf, submerge; engross; absorb, suck in; import; dry up;

[ABSORBEO, ABSORBERE, ABSORPSI, ABSORPTUS] : V devour; overwhelm; swallow up/engulf, submerge; absorb, suck in; import; dry up;

[ABSORBEO] : to swallow, gulp down, carry away, engross.

[ABSORPTIO, ABSORPTIONIS] : N drink, beverage; swallowing (latham);

[ABSORTIO, ABSORTIONIS] : N victory, overwhelming;

[ABSORTUS, ABSORTA, ABSORTUM] : ADJ overwhelmed, swallowed up/engulfed/submerged/absorbed; (= absorptus); engulfing;

[ABSQUE] : (+ ablative) without, except

[ABSQUE] : (+ ablative) without, except, not counting.

[ABSQUE] : PREP ABL without, apart from, away from; but for; except for; were it not for; (early);

[ABSTANTIA, ABSTANTIAE] : N distance;

[ABSTEMIA, ABSTEMIAE] : N distance;

[ABSTEMIUS, ABSTEMIA, ABSTEMIUM] : ADJ abstemious, abstaining from drink; sober, temperate; moderate; fasting; saving;

[ABSTERGEO, ABSTERGERE, ABSTERSI, ABSTERSUS] : V wipe off/clean/away, clean away, cleanse, strip off; banish, expel, dispel;

[ABSTERGO, ABSTERGERE, ABSTERSI, ABSTERSUS] : V wipe off/clean/away, clean away, cleanse, strip off; banish, expel, dispel;

[ABSTERGO] : to wipe off, clean away.

[ABSTERREO, ABSTERRERE, ABSTERRUI, ABSTERRITUS] : V frighten off/away; drive away; deter, discourage; keep away/withhold from, den;

[ABSTINAX, (GEN.), ABSTINACIS] : ADJ abstemious, staying away from liquor; temperate/sparing in drink/food;

[ABSTINENS, ABSTINENTIS (GEN.), ABSTINENTIOR -OR -US, ABSTINENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ abstinent, temperate; showing restraint, self restrained; not covetous; chaste;

[ABSTINENTER] : ADV abstinently, with self restraint (esp. financial dealings); scrupulously;

[ABSTINENTIA, ABSTINENTIAE] : N abstinence; fasting; moderation, self control, restraint; integrity; parsimony;

[ABSTINEO, ABSTINERE, ABSTINUI, ABSTENTUS] : V withhold, keep away/clear; abstain, fast; refrain (from); avoid; keep hands of;

[ABSTO, ABSTARE, ABSTETI, ABSTATUS] : V stand at a distance, stand off; keep at a distance;

[ABSTRACTIO, ABSTRACTIONIS] : N separation;

[ABSTRACTUS, ABSTRACTA, ABSTRACTUM] : ADJ abstract (as opposed to concrete);

[ABSTRAHO, ABSTRAHERE, ABSTRAXI, ABSTRACTUS] : V drag away from, remove forcibly, abort; carry off to execution; split;

[ABSTRUDO, ABSTRUDERE, ABSTRUSI, ABSTRUSUS] : V thrust away, conceal, hide; suppress/prevent (emotion) becoming apparent;

[ABSTRUSE] : ADV secretly; remotely; abstrusely;

[ABSTRUSIO, ABSTRUSIONIS] : N removing, concealing;

[ABSTRUSUS, ABSTRUSA -UM, ABSTRUSIOR -OR -US, ABSTRUSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ secret, reserved; concealed, hidden; remote, secluded; abstruse, recondite;

[ABSTULO, ABSTULERE,] : V to take away, withdraw;

[ABSTULO] : to take away, withdraw.

[ABSUM, ABESSE, ABFUI, ABFUTURUS] : V be away/absent/distant/missing; be free/removed from; be lacking; be distinct;

[ABSUM, ABESSE, AFUI, AFUTURUS] : V be away/absent/distant/missing; be free/removed from; be lacking; be distinct;

[ABSUM] : to be absent, be away, be missing, be gone.

[ABSUM] : to be absent, be away, be missing.

[ABSUMEDO, ABSUMEDINIS] : N act of squandering/wasting/using up; consuming/devouring consumption;

[ABSUMO, ABSUMERE, ABSUMPSI, ABSUMPTUS] : V spend, waste, squander, use up; take up (time); consume; exhaust, wear out;

[ABSUMPTIO, ABSUMPTIONIS] : N act of spending/using up; consumption; a consuming;

[ABSURDE] : ADV as to be out of tune, discordantly; preposterously, absurdly, inappropriately;

[ABSURDUS, ABSURDA, ABSURDUM] : ADJ out of tune, discordant; absurd, nonsensical, out of place; awkward, uncouth;

[ABSUS, ABSI] : N wad (of wool);

[ABUNDANS, ABUNDANTIS (GEN.), ABUNDANTIOR -OR -US, ABUNDANTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ abundant; overflowing; abounding, copious, in large measure; overdone; rich;

[ABUNDANS] : abundant, overflowing, abounding in.

[ABUNDANTER, ABUNDANTIUS, ABUNDANTISSIME] : ADV abundantly; profusely, copiously; on a lavish scale;

[ABUNDANTIA, ABUNDANTIAE] : N abundance, plenty; riches; fullness; overflow, excess; discharge (of blood);

[ABUNDANTIA] : abundance, bounty, plenty.

[ABUNDANTIA] : abundance, bounty, plenty

[ABUNDATIO, ABUNDATIONIS] : N an overflowing; abundance; overflow;

[ABUNDE] : ADV abundantly; in profusion/abundance; more than enough; amply, exceedingly, very;

[ABUNDE] : in great profusion, profusely, abundantly.

[ABUNDO, ABUNDARE, ABUNDAVI, ABUNDATUS] : V abound (in), have in large measure; overdo, exceed; overflow; be rich/numerous;

[ABUNDUS, ABUNDA, ABUNDUM] : ADJ having plenty of water; copious (l+s, late latin);

[ABUSIO, ABUSIONIS] : N use of wrong synonym; catachresis, loose/improper use of a word/term/metaphor;

[ABUSIVE] : ADV loosely, catachresisly, by loose/improper use of language/term/metaphor;

[ABUSIVUS, ABUSIVA, ABUSIVUM] : ADJ misapplied;

[ABUSOR, ABUSORIS] : N he who misuses;

[ABUSQUE] : ADV all the way from; from/since the time of;

[ABUSQUE] : PREP ABL all the way from; from/since the time of;

[ABUSSUSI] : centaury

[ABUSUS, ABUSUS] : N an abusing, misuse, wasting; using up;

[ABUTOR, ABUTI, -, ABUSUS SUM] : V waste, squander; abuse; misuse; use up; spend; exhaust; misapply (word); curse;

[ABUTOR] : to make full use of, to abuse.

[ABUTOR] : to use abusive language/ use a word incorrectly.

[ABUTOR] : to use abusive language / use a word incorrectly.

[ABVERTO, ABVERTERE, ABVERTI, ABVERSUS] : V turn away from/aside, divert, rout; disturb; withdraw; steal, misappropriate;

[ABYSSUS, ABYSSI] : N deep, sea; abyss; hell, infernal pit; bowels of the earth; primal chaos;

[ABYSSUS] : hell, abyss, chasm.

[AC (CONJ)] : and

[AC] : CONJ and, and also, and besides;

[ACACIA, ACACIAE] : N acacia, gum arabic tree; gum of this or related trees. gum arabic;

[ACADEMIA, ACADEMIAE] : N academy, university; gymnasium where plato taught; school built by cicero;

[ACADEMICUS, ACADEMICA, ACADEMICUM] : ADJ academic; of the academy/academic philosophy/cicero's academics (views);

[ACALANTHIS, ACALANTHIDOS/IS] : N a small song-bird (of dark-green color); thistle-finch, goldfinch;

[ACALEPHE, ACALEPHES] : N nettle (plant);

[ACALEPHE] : stinging-nettle

[ACANOS, ACANI] : N thistle (plant);

[ACANTHICON] : ADJ from pine-thistle (only ~e mastiche => gum/mastich from pine-thistle/helxine);

[ACANTHICOS, ACANTHICOS] : ADJ from pine-thistle (only ~e mastiche => gum/mastich from pine-thistle/helxine);

[ACANTHILLIS, ANCANTHILLIDIS] : N wild asparagus;

[ACANTHINUS, ACANTHINA, ACANTHINUM] : ADJ of/resembling bear's-foot/hellbore plant; (gum) arabic; of/made of cotton;

[ACANTHION, ACANTHII] : N species of cotton plant or thistle; cotton thistle;

[ACANTHIS, ACANTHIDIS] : N a small song-bird (thistle/gold finch l+s); groundsel (plant senecio vulgaris);

[ACANTHIUS, ACANTHIA, ACANTHIUM] : ADJ made from some species of cotton plant;

[ACANTHOS, ACANTHI] : N bear's-foot, (black) hellbore (plant); gum arabic tree/wood;

[ACANTHUS, ACANTHI] : N bear's-foot, (black) hellbore (plant); gum arabic tree/wood;

[ACANTHUS] : -i, (masc.) bear's foot, a plant; a thorny evergreen Egyptian tree P. Vergilius Maro, Cassell

[ACANTHYLLIS, ACANTHYLLIDIS] : N a small song-bird;

[ACANUS, ACANI] : N pine thistle;

[ACAPNON] : ADJ obtained without smoke (honey); burning without smoke (wood); smokeless;

[ACAPNOS, ACAPNOS] : ADJ obtained without smoke (honey); burning without smoke (wood); smokeless;

[ACAPNUS, ACAPNA, ACAPNUM] : ADJ obtained without smoke (honey); burning without smoke (wood); smokeless;

[ACARNA, ACARNAE] : N an edible sea fish;

[ACARNE, ACARNES] : N an edible sea fish;

[ACATALECTICUS, ACATALECTICA, ACATALECTICUM] : ADJ verse in which no syllable is wanting in the last foot (opp. catalecticus);

[ACATALECTUS, ACATALECTA, ACATALECTUM] : ADJ verse in which no syllable is wanting in the last foot (opp. catalectus);

[ACATION, ACATII] : N kind of light greek sailing boat; large sail;

[ACATIUM, ACATII] : N kind of light greek sailing boat; large sail;

[ACATUS, ACATI] : N light vessel/boat;

[ACAUNUMARGA, ACAUNUMARGAE] : N red marl (clayey limestone) used as fertilizer used by celts in gaul/britain;

[ACAUSTON] : ADJ incombustible;

[ACAUSTOS, ACAUSTOS] : ADJ incombustible;

[ACAUSTUS, ACAUSTA, ACAUSTUM] : ADJ incombustible;

[ACCANO, ACCANERE,] : V sing to/with;

[ACCANTO, ACCANTERE,] : V sing to (a person); sing at (a place);

[ACCANTUS, ACCANTUS] : N accent, intonation, accentuation, intensity, tone; signal, blast;

[ACCEDENTER] : ADV nearly;

[ACCEDENTIA, ACCEDENTIAE] : N an additional quality;

[ACCEDO, ACCEDERE, ACCESSI, ACCESSUS] : V come near, approach; agree with; be added to (w/ad or in + acc); constitute;

[ACCEDO] : to approach, come near/ (things) to be added.

[ACCEDO] : to approach, come near /(things) to be added.

[ACCELERATIO, ACCELERATIONIS] : N speeding up, quickening, acceleration, hastening;

[ACCELERO, ACCELERARE, ACCELERAVI, ACCELERATUS] : V speed up, quicken, hurry; make haste, act quickly, hasten; accelerate;

[ACCELERO] : to quicken, hasten, speed/ accelerate.

[ACCELERO] : to quicken, hasten, speed / accelerate.

[ACCENDIUM, ACCENDII] : N kindling, setting on fire;

[ACCENDO, ACCENDERE, ACCENDI, ACCENSUS] : V kindle, set on fire, light; illuminate; inflame, stir up, arouse; make bright;

[ACCENDO, ACCENDONIS] : N inciter, instigator;

[ACCENDO] : to kindle, illuminate, inflame.

[ACCENDO] : to rouse up, arouse, excite, incite.

[ACCENSEO, ACCENSERE, ACCENSUI, ACCENSUS] : V attach as an attendant to; add to;

[ACCENSIBILIS, ACCENSIBILIS, ACCENSIBILE] : ADJ burnable, that may be burned; burning;

[ACCENSUS, ACCENSA, ACCENSUM] : ADJ reckoned among; attached, attending;

[ACCENSUS, ACCENSI] : N supernumerary soldier (usu. pl. ~ velatus i=> replacements); attendant, orderly;

[ACCENSUS, ACCENSUS] : N lighting; kindling, setting on fire;

[ACCENTIUNCULA, ACCENTIUNCULAE] : N accent, intonation;

[ACCENTO, ACCENTERE,] : V sing to (a person); sing at (a place);

[ACCENTOR, ACCENTORIS] : N one who sings with another;

[ACCENTUS, ACCENTUS] : N accent, intonation, accentuation, intensity, tone; signal, blast;

[ACCEO, ACCERE,] : V send for, summon (forth), fetch; invite; (w/mortum) commit suicide;

[ACCEPTA, ACCEPTAE] : N allotment, portion of land assigned to one person;

[ACCEPTABILIS, ACCEPTABILIS, ACCEPTABILE] : ADJ acceptable;

[ACCEPTARIUS, ACCEPTARIA, ACCEPTARIUM] : ADJ allotment-holding;

[ACCEPTATOR, ACCEPTATORIS] : N one who accepts/approves; avenue/access/passage for admittance of the people;

[ACCEPTATUS, ACCEPTATA -UM, ACCEPTATIOR -OR -US, ACCEPTATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ acceptable, welcome, pleasing;

[ACCEPTILATIO, ACCEPTILATIONIS] : N formal release from an obligation;

[ACCEPTIO, ACCEPTIONIS] : N taking (over), accepting, receiving; meaning; sense;

[ACCEPTIUS] : suitable for receiving

[ACCEPTIUS] : suitable for receiving.

[ACCEPTO, ACCEPTARE, ACCEPTAVI, ACCEPTATUS] : V receive regularly, take (payment/food); be given (name); submit to; grasp idea;

[ACCEPTOR, ACCEPTORIS] : N receiver; collector; believer, one who accepts as true; type of hawk;

[ACCEPTORIUS, ACCEPTORIA, ACCEPTORIUM] : ADJ designed/fit/suitable for receiving;

[ACCEPTRIX, ACCEPTRICIS] : N receiver (female); she who receives; believer, she who accepts as true;

[ACCEPTUM, ACCEPTI] : N receipts (vs. expenditures); favors; receipt side of account; written receipt;

[ACCEPTUS, ACCEPTA -UM, ACCEPTIOR -OR -US, ACCEPTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ welcome, pleasing; popular with, well liked; dear; received/credited (money);

[ACCEPTUS] : welcome, pleasant, agreeable.

[ACCERSIO, ACCERSIRE,] : V send for, summon; indict/accuse; fetch, import; invite; invoke; bring on oneself

[ACCERSITIO, ACCERSITIONIS] : N summons, sending for; (dies ~ => day of death);

[ACCERSITOR, ACCERSITORIS] : N one who comes to summon/call/fetch another; accuser;

[ACCERSITUS, ACCERSITUS] : N summons, sending for;

[ACCERSITUS, ACCERSITA, ACCERSITUM] : ADJ brought from elsewhere, foreign; extraneous; self-inflicted (death); sent for;

[ACCERSITUS] : summoned, called.

[ACCERSO, ACCERSERE, ACCERSIVI, ACCERSITUS] : V send for, summon; indict/accuse; fetch, import; invite; invoke; bring on oneself

[ACCERSO, ACCERSERE, ACCERSI] : V send for, summon; indict/accuse; fetch, import; invite; invoke; bring on oneself

[ACCESSA, ACCESSAE] : N approach, arrival; entry, admittance, audience; hostile approach/attack; onset;

[ACCESSIBILIS, ACCESSIBILIS, ACCESSIBILE] : ADJ accessible;

[ACCESSIBILITAS, ACCESSIBILITATIS] : N accessibility;

[ACCESSIO, ACCESSIONIS] : N approach; increase, bonus; accessory; attack, onset (fever, rage); fit;

[ACCESSITO, ACCESSITARE, ACCESSITAVI, ACCESSITATUS] : V approach repeatedly; keep on coming;

[ACCESSUS, ACCESSUS] : N approach, arrival; entry, admittance, audience; hostile approach/attack; onset;

[ACCIDENS, ACCIDENTIS] : N accidental happening, chance event, contingency; accident, circumstance;

[ACCIDENTIA, ACCIDENTIAE] : N chance, casual event, that which happens;

[ACCIDIT, ACCIDERE, ACCIDIT] : V happens, turns out, befalls; to fall upon; come to pass, occur;

[ACCIDO, ACCIDERE, ACCIDI, ACCISUS] : V cut, cut into/down/up, hack, hew, fell; overthrow, destroy; cut short; weaken;

[ACCIDO, ACCIDERE, ACCIDI] : V fall upon/down/to/at or near, descend, alight; happen, occur; happen to (w/dat;

[ACCIDO] : destroy.

[ACCIDO] : to fall down/ to happen, occur/ to hack, hew/ to ruin.

[ACCIDO] : to fall down / to happen, occur / to hack, hew / to ruin, destroy

[ACCIEO, ACCIERE, ACCIVI, ACCITUS] : V send for, summon (forth), fetch; invite; (w/mortum) commit suicide;

[ACCINCTUS, ACCINCTA, ACCINCTUM] : ADJ well girded; ready, prepared; strict (opp. negligens);

[ACCINGO, ACCINGERE, ACCINXI, ACCINCTUS] : V gird on or about, surround; equip, provide (with); get ready, prepare (for);

[ACCINO, ACCINERE,] : V sing to/with;

[ACCIO, ACCIRE, ACCIVI, ACCITUS] : V send for, summon (forth), fetch; invite; (w/mortum) commit suicide;

[ACCIPERE QUAM FACERE PRAESTAT INJURIAM. ] : PHRASE it is better to suffer an injustice than to do an injustice

[ACCIPIO, ACCIPERE, ACCEPI, ACCEPTUS] : V take, grasp, receive, accept, undertake; admit, let in, hear, learn; obey;

[ACCIPIO] : cepi, ceptum, to receive, accept, take.

[ACCIPIO] : cepi, ceptum, receive, accept

[ACCIPIO] : to consider oneself indebted, receive, learn, take.

[ACCIPITER, ACCIPITRIS] : N hawk (any of several species); flying gurnard (fish);

[ACCIPITRINA, ACCIPITRINAE] : N act of a hawk; rapacity;

[ACCIPITRO, ACCIPITRARE, ACCIPITRAVI, ACCIPITRATUS] : V tear, rend (like a hawk);

[ACCITIO, ACCITIONIS] : N calling, summoning;

[ACCITUS, ACCITA, ACCITUM] : ADJ imported, brought from abroad;

[ACCITUS, ACCITUS] : N summons, call;

[ACCLAMATIO, ACCLAMATIONIS] : N acclamation, shout (of comment/approval/disapproval); crying against; brawling;

[ACCLAMO, ACCLAMARE, ACCLAMAVI, ACCLAMATUS] : V shout (at), cry out against, protest; shout approval, applaud;

[ACCLARO, ACCLARARE, ACCLARAVI, ACCLARATUS] : V make clear, reveal, make manifest;

[ACCLINIS, ACCLINIS, ACCLINE] : ADJ leaning/resting (on/against); sloping, inclined; disposed/inclined (to);

[ACCLINO, ACCLINARE, ACCLINAVI, ACCLINATUS] : V lay down, rest (on) (w/dat), lean against/towards, incline (to);

[ACCLIVIS, ACCLIVIS, ACCLIVE] : ADJ rising, sloping/inclining upward, ascending, up hill; steep;

[ACCLIVIS, ACCLIVIS] : N upward slope;

[ACCLIVITAS, ACCLIVITATIS] : N slope, ascent, upward inclination, steepness;

[ACCLIVIUS, ACCLIVIA, ACCLIVIUM] : ADJ well-disposed;

[ACCLIVIUS] : well-disposed.

[ACCLIVUS, ACCLIVA, ACCLIVUM] : ADJ rising, sloping/inclining upward, ascending, up hill; steep;

[ACCLUDO, ACCLUDERE, ACCLUSI, ACCLUSUS] : V close up, shut the door;

[ACCOGNOSCO, ACCOGNOSCERE,] : V recognize (visually or by some other means);

[ACCOLA, ACCOLAE] : N neighbor; one who lives nearby/beside; inhabitant;

[ACCOLENS, ACCOLENTIS] : N neighbors, people of the neighborhood;

[ACCOLO, ACCOLERE, ACCOLUI, ACCULTUS] : V dwell/live near; be a neighbor to;

[ACCOMMODATE, ACCOMMODATIUS, ACCOMMODATISSIME] : ADV fittingly, in a suitable manner;

[ACCOMMODATIO, ACCOMMODATIONIS] : N adjustment, willingness to oblige, complaisance; fitting, adapting, adaptation;

[ACCOMMODATUS, ACCOMMODATA -UM, ACCOMMODATIOR -OR -US, ACCOMMODATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fit, suitable, appropriate; suiting the interests (of); favorably disposed (to;

[ACCOMMODO, ACCOMMODARE, ACCOMMODAVI, ACCOMMODATUS] : V adapt, adjust to, fit, suit; apply to, fasten on; apply/devote oneself to;

[ACCOMMODO] : to adjust, adapt, accommodate oneself.

[ACCOMMODUS, ACCOMMODA, ACCOMMODUM] : ADJ fitting, convenient, suitable to, adapted to;

[ACCONGERO, ACCONGERARE, ACCONGERAVI, ACCONGERATUS] : V bear, bring forth;

[ACCORPORO, ACCORPORARE, ACCORPORAVI, ACCORPORATUS] : V incorporate, fit/join to;

[ACCREDO, ACCREDERE, ACCREDIDI, ACCREDITUS] : V give credence to, believe; put faith in, trust;

[ACCREDO] : to believe unconditionally, accept wholeheartedly.

[ACCRESCO, ACCRESCERE, ACCREVI, ACCRETUS] : V increase/swell, grow larger/up/progressively; be added/annexed to; arise;

[ACCRETIO, ACCRETIONIS] : N increase, an increasing, increment;

[ACCRETUS, ACCRETA, ACCRETUM] : ADJ overgrown with; encased in;

[ACCUBITALIA, ACCUBITALIAE] : N covering spread over dining table couches;

[ACCUBITATIO, ACCUBITATIONIS] : N a reclining (at meals), lying (at table);

[ACCUBITIO, ACCUBITIONIS] : N a reclining (at meals), lying (at table); couch (ll l+s);

[ACCUBITORIUS, ACCUBITORIA, ACCUBITORIUM] : ADJ pertaining to reclining (at table);

[ACCUBITUM, ACCUBITI] : N couch for large number of guests to recline at meals (triclinium, 3 seats);

[ACCUBITUS, ACCUBITUS] : N a reclining (at meals), lying (at table); couch/seat; place for a couch (l+s);

[ACCUBO, ACCUBARE, ACCUBUI, ACCUBITUS] : V lie near or by; recline at table;

[ACCUBO] : ADV in a prone/recumbent position;

[ACCUBO] : to recline at table, dine.

[ACCUDO, ACCUDERE,] : V coin in addition; strike/stamp/mint (coin) (l+s); make more money, add wealth;

[ACCUMBO, ACCUMBERE, ACCUMBUI, ACCUMBITUS] : V take a place/recline at the table; lie on (bed), lie at/prone, lie beside;

[ACCUMULATE, ACCUMULATIUS, ACCUMULATISSIME] : ADV copiously, abundantly; superabuntly;

[ACCUMULATIO, ACCUMULATIONIS] : N accumulation, heaping/piling up (earth);

[ACCUMULATOR, ACCUMULATORIS] : N heaper up; one who accumulates/amasses;

[ACCUMULO, ACCUMULARE, ACCUMULAVI, ACCUMULATUS] : V accumulate, heap/pile up/soil; add by exaggeration; add, increase, enhance;

[ACCUMULO] : to add to a heap, accumulate, amass.

[ACCURATE, ACCURATIUS, ACCURATISSIME] : ADV carefully, accurately, precisely, exactly; nicely; painstakingly, meticulous;

[ACCURATIO, ACCURATIONIS] : N accuracy, preciseness, care; carefulness, painstakingness; treatment (medical);

[ACCURATUS, ACCURATA -UM, ACCURATIOR -OR -US, ACCURATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ accurate, exact, with care, meticulous; carefully performed/prepared; finished;

[ACCURO, ACCURARE, ACCURAVI, ACCURATUS] : V take care of, attend to (duties/guests), give attention to; perform with care;

[ACCURRO, ACCURRERE, ACCURRI, ACCURSUS] : V run/hasten to (help); come/rush up (inanim subj.); charge, rush to attack;

[ACCURSUS, ACCURSUS] : N rushing up (to see or give help); attack; onset;

[ACCUSABILIS, ACCUSABILIS, ACCUSABILE] : ADJ blamable, reprehensible;

[ACCUSATIO, ACCUSATIONIS] : N accusation, inditement; act/occasion of accusation; rebuke, reproof;

[ACCUSATIVUS, ACCUSATIVA, ACCUSATIVUM] : ADJ accusative/objective (applied to case);

[ACCUSATIVUS, ACCUSATIVI] : N the accusative/objective case;

[ACCUSATOR, ACCUSATORIS] : N accuser, prosecutor at trial; plaintiff; informer;

[ACCUSATOR] : accusor, plaintiff.

[ACCUSATORIE] : ADV accusingly; in the manner of a prosecutor/accuser;

[ACCUSATORIUS, ACCUSATORIA, ACCUSATORIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to a public/professional prosecutor; accusatory, denunciatory;

[ACCUSATRIX, ACCUSATRICIS] : N prosecutor at trial (female), accuser, plaintiff;

[ACCUSITO, ACCUSITARE, ACCUSITAVI, ACCUSITATUS] : V accuse repeatedly; go on accusing;

[ACCUSO, ACCUSARE, ACCUSAVI, ACCUSATUS] : V accuse, blame, find fault, impugn; reprimand; charge (w/crime/offense);

[ACCUSO] : to accuse, blame, find fault with.

[ACEDIA, ACEDIAE] : N weariness (of body or soul);

[ACEDIOR, ACEDIARI, -, ACEDIATUS SUM] : V be morose/peevish; be weary (souter);

[ACEDIOSUS, ACEDIOSA, ACEDIOSUM] : ADJ wearied; listless;

[ACENTETUS, ACENTETA, ACENTETUM] : ADJ flawless; without points or spots; (used in connection with crystals/gems l+s);

[ACEO, ACERE,] : V be sour;

[ACEPHALON] : ADJ lacking the first syllable;

[ACEPHALOS, ACEPHALOS] : ADJ lacking the first syllable;

[ACEPHALUS, ACEPHALA, ACEPHALUM] : ADJ lacking the first syllable; beginning with short syllable; lacking a head/leader

[ACER, ACERIS] : N maple tree; wood of the maple tree; maple;

[ACER, ACRIS -E, ACRIOR -OR -US, ACERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ sharp, bitter, pointed, piercing, shrill; sagacious, keen; severe, vigorous;

[ACER] : sharp, keen, eager, severe, fierce.

[ACER] : stinging, violent, bitter.

[ACERATUS, ACERATA, ACERATUM] : ADJ mixed with chaff/husks (of clay for bricklaying); without horns (l+s);

[ACERBE, ACERBIUS, ACERBISSIME] : ADV stridently, with harsh sound; cruelly, harshly; with pain/severity; premature;

[ACERBITAS, ACERBITATIS] : N harshness, severity; bitterness, sourness, ill feeling; anguish, hardship;

[ACERBITAS] : harshness, bitterness.

[ACERBITAS] : harshness, bitterness, anguish.

[ACERBITUDO, ACERBITUDINIS] : N harshness, severity; bitterness, sourness, ill feeling; anguish, hardship;

[ACERBO, ACERBARE, ACERBAVI, ACERBATUS] : V embitter; aggravate; make disagreeable; make worse;

[ACERBUM, ACERBI] : N calamity, misfortune;

[ACERBUS, ACERBA -UM, ACERBIOR -OR -US, ACERBISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ harsh, strident, bitter, sour; unripe, green, unfinished; grievous; gloomy;

[ACERBUS] : bitter, gloomy, dark.

[ACERBUS] : shrill, rigorous.

[ACERNEUS, ACERNEA, ACERNEUM] : ADJ maple, of maple (wood); belonging to the maple tree;

[ACERNIA, ACERNIAE] : N fish (unknown);

[ACERNUS, ACERNA, ACERNUM] : ADJ maple, of maple (wood); belonging to the maple tree;

[ACEROSUS, ACEROSA, ACEROSUM] : ADJ having the husks included (of flour/bread);

[ACERRA, ACERRAE] : N box or casket for incense;

[ACERSECOMES, (GEN.), ACERSECOMIS] : ADJ unshorn; ever youthful;

[ACERSECOMES, ACERSECOMAE] : N long-haired/unshorn youth; young favorite, "fair-haired boy";

[ACERTAS, ACERTATIS] : N sharpness, keenness; vehemence, force; severity;

[ACERUS, ACERA, ACERUM] : ADJ without wax; (mel ~ => honey flowing spontaneously from the comb);

[ACERVALIS, ACERVALIS] : N conclusion by accumulation; a piling up (of facts);

[ACERVALIS, ACERVALIS, ACERVALE] : ADJ characterized by piling up; by accumulation;

[ACERVATIM] : ADV in heaps/piles; in large quantities/scale; briefly; summarily, without order;

[ACERVATIO, ACERVATIONIS] : N a heaping/piling together; accumulation; amassing;

[ACERVO, ACERVARE, ACERVAVI, ACERVATUS] : V heap/pile up; make into heaps/piles; massed/categorized together; cover with;

[ACERVUS, ACERVI] : N mass/heap/pile/stack; treasure, stock; large quantity; cluster; funeral pile;

[ACERVUS] : a heap, mass.

[ACESCO, ACESCERE, ACUI] : V turn sour;

[ACESIS, ACESIS] : N form of malachite; sort of borax used in medicine;

[ACETABULUM, ACETABULI] : N small cup (esp. for vinegar); 1/8 pint; cup-shaped part (plant); hip joint;

[ACETARUM, ACETARI] : N salad prepared with vinegar; something that is prepared with vinegar;

[ACETASCO, ACETASCARE, ACETASCAVI, ACETASCATUS] : V become sour/vinegary;

[ACETUM, ACETI] : N vinegar, sour wine; tang of vinegar; sourness of disposition; sharpness of wit;

[ACHAEMENIS, ACHAEMENIDIS] : N plant alleged to have magical properties;

[ACHANTUM, ACHANTI] : N kind of frankincense;

[ACHANUM, ACHANI] : N mute, stupid; disease of animals;

[ACHARIS, ACHARIS, ACHARE] : ADJ unpleasent, disagreeable; ungrateful;

[ACHARISTON] : ADJ unpleasent, disagreeable; ungrateful;

[ACHARISTOS, ACHARISTOS] : ADJ unpleasent, disagreeable; ungrateful;

[ACHARISTUM, ACHARISTI] : N an eye salve;

[ACHARITER] : ADV unpleasently, disagreeably;

[ACHARNA, ACHARNAE] : N an edible sea fish;

[ACHARNE, ACHARNES] : N an edible sea fish;

[ACHATES, ACHATAE] : N 1 7 C agate;

[ACHETA, ACHETAE] : N male cicada, the "chirper";

[ACHETAS, ACHETAE] : N male cicada, the "chirper";

[ACHILLAS, ACHILLAE] : N achillas; (the egyptian who murdered pompey);

[ACHILLEOS, ACHILLEI] : N medicinal plant (said to be discovered by achilles); milfoil, yarrow;

[ACHILLES, ACHILLIS] : N achilles, greek hero;

[ACHLIS, ACHIS] : N elk; moose; wild beast of the north;

[ACHOR, ACHORIS] : N scab/scald (on the head);

[ACHRAS, ACHRADIS] : N wild pear tree (pirus amygdaliformis);

[ACHYNOPS, ACHYNOPIS] : N a plant (species of plantago?);

[ACIA, ACIAE] : N thread, yarn;

[ACICULA, ACICULAE] : N small pin (for a head-dress);

[ACIDATAS, ACIDATATIS] : N sourness/acidity (of the stomach);

[ACIDE, ACIDIUS, ACIDISSIME] : ADV unpleasantly;

[ACIDULUS, ACIDULA, ACIDULUM] : ADJ tart, slightly sour;

[ACIDUM, ACIDI] : N acid substances (pl.) as solvents;

[ACIDUS, ACIDA -UM, ACIDIOR -OR -US, ACIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ acid/sour/bitter/tart; sour-smelling; soaked in vinegar; shrill; sharp-tongued;

[ACIDUS] : sharp, sour.

[ACIES, ACIEI] : N sharpness, sharp edge, point; battle line/array; sight, glance; pupil of eye;

[ACIES] : army, wing of a formation.

[ACIES] : keeness, edge, sharpness, battle-line, battlefield.

[ACINA, ACINAE] : N small berry; grape seed/pit;

[ACINACES, ACINACIS] : N short sword (persian); short saber; scimitar; (contrary to gender rule old);

[ACINARIUS, ACINARIA, ACINARIUM] : ADJ designed for holding grapes;

[ACINATICIUS, ACINATICIA, ACINATICIUM] : ADJ prepared from dried grapes/raisins;

[ACINOS, ACINI] : N a kind of basil;

[ACINOSUS, ACINOSA, ACINOSUM] : ADJ like/resembling grapes, of the vine;

[ACINUM, ACINI] : N grape; ivyberry or other small berry; pip, (grape) pit/seed;

[ACINUS, ACINI] : N grape; ivyberry or other small berry; pip, (grape) pit/seed;

[ACIPENSER, ACIPENSERIS] : N a fish (sturgeon?) (esteemed dainty dish);

[ACIPENSIS, ACIPENSIS] : N a fish (sturgeon?) (esteemed dainty dish);

[ACISCULARIUS, ACISCULARI(I)] : N worker with an adze; stone-cutter?;

[ACISULUS, ACISULI] : N little adze;

[ACLASSIS, ACLASSIS] : N tunic (over the shoulders, unstitched);

[ACLYS, ACLYDIS] : N small javelin with a strap;

[ACNA, ACNAE] : N measure/piece of land (120 feet square);

[ACNUA, ACNUAE] : N a square actus, a measure of land 120 yards square;

[ACOENONETUS, ACOENONETA, ACOENONETUM] : ADJ lacking in common feelings; without common sense;

[ACOENONOETUS, ACOENONOETA, ACOENONOETUM] : ADJ lacking in common feelings; without common sense;

[ACOETIS, ACOETIS] : N wife; bed-fellow (l+s);

[ACOLITUS, ACOLITI] : N acolyte; cleric in minor orders; (ostiarius/exorcista/subdiaconus/diaconus);

[ACOLUTHUS, ACOLUTHI] : N acolyte; cleric in minor orders; (ostiarius/exorcista/subdiaconus/diaconus);

[ACOLYTUS, ACOLYTI] : N acolyte; cleric in minor orders; (ostiarius/exorcista/subdiaconus/diaconus);

[ACONA, ACONAE] : N pointed stones (pl.);

[ACONITI] : ADV without labor, effortlessly; without dust (literally);

[ACONITON, ACONITI] : N wolf's-bane, aconite (gnus aconitum) (poisonous plant); actonite as a poison;

[ACONITUM, ACONITI] : N wolf's-bane, aconite (gnus aconitum) (poisonous plant); actonite as a poison;

[ACONTIAS, ACONTIAE] : N meteor resembling a dart in flight; quick-darting snake (l+s);

[ACONTIZO, ACONTIZARE, ACONTIZAVI, ACONTIZATUS] : V shoot a dart; spout/gush forth (blood);

[ACOPOS, ACOPI] : N stone used to treat fatigue;

[ACOPUM, ACOPI] : N salve used to treat fatigue or pain;

[ACOR, ACORIS] : N bitter or tart flavor; sourness; tart/sour substance;

[ACORION, ACORII] : N sweet/yellow flag/iris or its root; butchers's broom/reed/rush or its root;

[ACORNA, ACORNAE] : N kind of thistle;

[ACORON, ACORI] : N sweet/yellow flag/iris or its root; butchers's broom/reed/rush or its root;

[ACOROS, ACORI] : N sweet/yellow flag/iris or its root; butchers's broom/reed/rush or its root;

[ACORUM, ACORI] : N sweet/yellow flag/iris or its root; butchers's broom/reed/rush or its root;

[ACORUS, ACORI] : N sweet/yellow flag/iris or its root; butchers's broom/reed/rush or its root;

[ACOSMON] : ADJ unadorned, careless;

[ACOSMOS, ACOSMOS] : ADJ unadorned, careless;

[ACQUIESCO, ACQUIESCERE, ACQUIEVI, ACQUIETUS] : V lie with (w/cum), rest/relax; repose (death); acquiesce/assent/submit; subside;

[ACQUIESCO] : to repose, assent to, agree.

[ACQUIRO, ACQUIRERE, ACQUISIVI, ACQUISITUS] : V acquire (goods/money/adherents), obtain, gain, get; add to stock; accrue;

[ACQUIRO] : to acquire, gain, get, obtain.

[ACQUISITIO, ACQUISITIONIS] : N acquisition; additional source of supply;

[ACQUISITRIX, ACQUISITRICIS] : N acquirer (female);

[ACQUISITUS, ACQUISITA, ACQUISITUM] : ADJ strained, recherche;

[ACRA, ACRAE] : N promontory/headland;

[ACRATOPHORUM, ACRATOPHORI] : N vessel for scented/unmixed wine;

[ACREDO, ACREDINIS] : N sharp/pungent taste;

[ACREDULA, ACREDULAE] : N an unknown bird/beast/animal; (thrush or owl? l+s);

[ACRICULUS, ACRICULA, ACRICULUM] : ADJ shrewd, acute; irritable, sharp, testy;

[ACRIDIUM, ACRIDII] : N scammony (convolvulus scammonia); purgative resin from its tuber root;

[ACRIFOLIUM, ACRIFOLII] : N unknown tree of ill omen;

[ACRIMONIA, ACRIMONIAE] : N acrimony; briskness; caustic/corrosive/pungent quality; indigestion; vigor;

[ACRITAS, ACRITATIS] : N sharpness, keenness; vehemence, force; severity;

[ACRITER, ACRIUS, ACERRIME] : ADV sharply, vigilantly, fiercely; severely, steadfastly; keenly, accurately;

[ACRITER] : * vehemently, forcefully.

[ACRITUDO, ACRITUDINIS] : N pungency, bitterness; keenness, energy, vigor; harshness, cruelty, fierceness;

[ACRO, ACRONIS] : N extremity; member of the body; stem of a plant;

[ACROAMA, ACROAMATIS] : N entertainment at table/reading/music, act; reader, actor, singer, clown;

[ACROAMATARIUS, ACROAMATARIA, ACROAMATARIUM] : ADJ of/belonging/pertaining to a musical/reading entertainment;

[ACROAMATICUS, ACROAMATICA, ACROAMATICUM] : ADJ of/belonging/pertaining to a musical/reading entertainment;

[ACROASIS, ACROASIS] : N public lecture;

[ACROATICUS, ACROATICA, ACROATICUM] : ADJ of/for lectures only; esoteric;

[ACROBATES, ACROBATAE] : N acrobat;

[ACROCHORDON, ACROCHORDONOS/IS] : N type of wart;

[ACROCHORDON, ACROCHORDONIS] : N type of wart;

[ACROCOLEFIUM, ACROCOLEFII] : N upper part of the foot of a swine;

[ACROCORIUM, ACROCORII] : N kind of onion;

[ACROLITHON] : ADJ having extremities of marble (statues - the rest in wood l+s);

[ACROLITHOS, ACROLITHOS] : ADJ having extremities of marble (statues - the rest in wood l+s);

[ACROLITHUS, ACROLITHA, ACROLITHUM] : ADJ having extremities of marble (statues - the rest in wood l+s);

[ACRON, ACRONIS] : N extremity; member of the body; stem of a plant;

[ACROPODIUM, ACROPODII] : N base/pedestal of a statue;

[ACROR, ACRORIS] : N pungency, bitterness; keenness, energy, vigor; harshness, cruelty, fierceness;

[ACROTERIUM, ACROTERII] : N projection; ornament at angle of a pediment; projection acting as breakwater;

[ACROZYMUS, ACROZYMA, ACROZYMUM] : ADJ slightly leavened;

[ACRUFOLIUS, ACRUFOLIA, ACRUFOLIUM] : ADJ having prickly leaves; made of holly/holly-wood;

[ACRUM, ACRI] : N promontory/headland (pl.);

[ACSI] : as if, (Herimann p. 283, 293).

[ACSI] : CONJ as if (ac si);

[ACTA EST FABULA, PLAUDITE! ] : PHRASE the play is over, applaud!

[ACTA, ACTAE] : N sea-shore (as resort); beach; holiday (pl.), life of ease; party at seaside;

[ACTAEA, ACTAEAE] : N baneberry (actaea spicata) (poisonous) (also called herb christopher);

[ACTARIUS, ACTARII] : N short-hand writer, clerk, account/book-keeper, secretary;

[ACTE, ACTES] : N dwarf-elder (sambucus ebulus);

[ACTINOPHOROS, ACTINOPHORI] : N ray-bearing kind of shellfish;

[ACTINOSUS, ACTINOSA, ACTINOSUM] : ADJ glorious; (full of rays);

[ACTIO, ACTIONIS] : N act, action, activity, deed; incident;, plot (play); legal process, suit; plea;

[ACTIO] : to act.

[ACTITO, ACTITARE, ACTITAVI, ACTITATUS] : V act/plead frequently/repeatedly; take parts in play as actor, be actor in;

[ACTIUNCULA, ACTIUNCULAE] : N short judicial harangue; unimportant speech;

[ACTIVE] : ADV actively (gram. like an active verb);

[ACTIVUS, ACTIVA, ACTIVUM] : ADJ active; practical; active (mood) (gram.);

[ACTOR, ACTORIS] : N drover, herdsman; wielder; (actor habenae => slinger);

[ACTOR, ACTORIS] : N actor, performer, doer; advocate; plaintiff; agent; player;

[ACTORIUS, ACTORIA, ACTORIUM] : ADJ active; practical; active (mood) (gram.);

[ACTRIX, ACTRICIS] : N stewardess; agent (female); plaintiff (female) (l+s);

[ACTUALIS, ACTUALIS, ACTUALE] : ADJ active, practical;

[ACTUALITER] : ADV actively;

[ACTUARIA, ACTUARIAE] : N fast passenger vessel with sails and oars;

[ACTUARIOLA, ACTUARIOLAE] : N small fast vessel (with sails and oars); row boat; barge;

[ACTUARIOLUM, ACTUARIOLI] : N small fast vessel (impelled by oars); row boat; barge;

[ACTUARIUM, ACTUARII] : N (~ limes=> road 12 feet wide between fields); (~ canes=> hounds, hunting dogs);

[ACTUARIUS, ACTUARI(I)] : N short-hand writer, clerk, account/book-keeper, secretary;

[ACTUARIUS, ACTUARIA, ACTUARIUM] : ADJ swift, nimble, light; of/serving to mark a cattle path/road between fields;

[ACTUM, ACTI] : N act, deed, transaction; acts (pl.), exploits; chronicles, (official) record;

[ACTUM] : ADV sharply, pointedly; acutely;

[ACTUOSE] : ADV actively, busily, energetically; passionately, eagerly;

[ACTUOSUS, ACTUOSA, ACTUOSUM] : ADJ active, busy, energetic, full of life; acting with extravagant gesture;

[ACTUS, ACTUS] : N act, performance (of play), delivery; action, deed; series/sequence; progress;

[ACTUS, ACTUS] : N right of way/road for cattle; path, cart-track; land measure (120 ft.);

[ACTUS] : moving through.

[ACTUTUM] : ADV immediately, instantly; forthwith, without delay;

[ACUARIUS, ACUARI(I)] : N maker/seller of needles/pins;

[ACULA, ACULAE] : N small amount of water; small stream; little needle (l+s);

[ACULEATUS, ACULEATA, ACULEATUM] : ADJ prickly; stinging/sharp/barbed; subtle; inflicted by/having sting/spine/points;

[ACULEOLUS, ACULEOLI] : N little needle/pin;

[ACULEUS, ACULEI] : N sting, spine, thorn, prickle, point, spike; barb; pang, prick; sarcasm;

[ACULOS, ACULI] : N acorn/fruit of the ilex (holm oak or evergreen oak) (poss. holly);

[ACUMEN, ACUMINIS] : N sharpened point, spur; sting; peak, promontory; sharpness/cunning/acumen; fraud;

[ACUMINARIUS, ACUMINARIA, ACUMINARIUM] : ADJ good for sharpening; (mola ~ => stone for sharpening weapons);

[ACUMINATUS, ACUMINATA, ACUMINATUM] : ADJ sharp, pointed, tapering;

[ACUMINO, ACUMINARE, ACUMINAVI, ACUMINATUS] : V sharpen, make pointed, cut to a point;

[ACUNA, ACUNAE] : N measure/piece of land (120 feet square), square actus;

[ACUO, ACUERE, ACUI, ACUTUS] : V whet, sharpen, cut to a point; spur on, provoke, incite; come to a head (pass);

[ACUPEDIUS, ACUPEDIA, ACUPEDIUM] : ADJ swift of foot;

[ACUPENSER, ACUPENSERIS] : N a fish (sturgeon?) (esteemed dainty dish);

[ACUPENSIS, ACUPENSIS] : N a fish (sturgeon?) (esteemed dainty dish);

[ACUS, ACERIS] : N husks of grain/beans, chaff;

[ACUS, ACUS] : N needle, pin; hair-pin; pipefish, needlefish; detail; husks/chaff (pl.);

[ACUTALIS, ACUTALIS, ACUTALE] : ADJ pointed;

[ACUTARUS, ACUTARA, ACUTARUM] : ADJ that sharpens instruments;

[ACUTATUS, ACUTATA, ACUTATUM] : ADJ sharpened;

[ACUTE, ACUTIUS, ACUTISSIME] : ADV acutely, with intellectual penetration; shrilly; clearly (seeing), distinctly;

[ACUTOR, ACUTORIS] : N whetter, sharpener, one that sharpens;

[ACUTULE] : ADV somewhat sharply;

[ACUTULUS, ACUTULA, ACUTULUM] : ADJ smart, subtle, clever; somewhat pointed;

[ACUTUS, ACUTA -UM, ACUTIOR -OR -US, ACUTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ sharp, sharpened, pointed/tapering; severe; glaring; acute, wise; high-pitched;

[ACUTUS, ACUTA, ACUTUM] : ADJ of small radius; acute (angle);

[ACYLOS, ACYLI] : N acorn of the holm-oak;

[ACYROLOGIA, ACYROLOGIAE] : N impropriety of speech;

[AD DEPOSITUM ] : PHRASE for (safe)keeping

[AD FINEM ] : PHRASE to the end

[AD HOC ] : PHRASE to this

[AD HOMINEM ] : PHRASE to the person

[AD HONOREM ] : PHRASE for the sake of glory

[AD HUC/ADHUC] : thus far, as yet, still, in addition, in the future

[AD INFINITUM ] : PHRASE witout limit

[AD INTERIM ] : PHRASE for the meantime

[AD KALENDAS GRAECAS. ] : PHRASE until the greek kalendae.

[AD LIB (ABBR. OF AD LIBITUM) ] : PHRASE according to pleasure

[AD LITEM ] : PHRASE appointed for a lawsuit

[AD LITERAM ] : PHRASE to the letter

[AD MANDATUM ] : PHRASE by direction

[AD MANUS PROPRIAS ] : PHRASE in one's own hands

[AD MODUM] : adv. very, quite; fully; + neg. = at all

[AD NAUSEAM ] : PHRASE to sickness

[AD NOCENDUM POTENTES SUMUS ] : PHRASE we have the power to harm.

[AD PERSONAM ] : PHRASE to the person, personal

[AD PROTOCOLLUM ] : PHRASE to the record

[AD REFERENDUM ] : PHRASE for further consideration

[AD REM ] : PHRASE to the matter

[AD TEMPUS ] : PHRASE in time

[AD ULTIMUM ] : PHRASE at last

[AD VALOREM ] : PHRASE according to the value

[AD] : (+acc.) as far as, up to (a place), for (a purpose).

[AD] : (+acc.) at, near/ towards, to/ (time) at, at about, until.

[AD] : (+acc.) relating to, concerning, in addition to, compared with.

[AD] : ADV about (with numerals);

[AD] : PREP to, up to, towards; near, at; until, on, by; almost; according to; about w/num;

[ADACTIO, ADACTIONIS] : N action/process of administering an oath; forcing/bringing to (l+s);

[ADACTUS, ADACTUS] : N thrust; forcing/bringing together (l+s); bite, biting;

[ADADUNEPHROS, ADADUNEPHRI] : N a certain precious stone (adad's - supreme god of assyrians - kidney);

[ADAEQUATIO, ADAEQUATIONIS] : N adjusting, adapting, making equal;

[ADAEQUE] : ADV equally, to the same extent; so much; also, likewise, in a like manner;

[ADAEQUO, ADAEQUARE, ADAEQUAVI, ADAEQUATUS] : V equalize, make equal in height, come up to level; compare (to); be equal; raze;

[ADAERATIO, ADAERATIONIS] : N the calculation of the area of a piece of land; valuing, appraising (l+s);

[ADAERO, ADAERARE, ADAERAVI, ADAERATUS] : V calculate the area of a piece of land, appraise, value (in money), estimate;

[ADAESTUO, ADAESTUARE, ADAESTUAVI, ADAESTUATUS] : V rush, roar, boil up;

[ADAGGERO, ADAGGERARE, ADAGGERAVI, ADAGGERATUS] : V heap (earth, etc.) up around/over; seethe, foam up;

[ADAGIO, ADAGIONIS] : N proverb; adage;

[ADAGIUM, ADAGII] : N proverb; adage;

[ADAGNITIO, ADAGNITIONIS] : N knowledge;

[ADALGIDUS, ADALGIDA, ADALGIDUM] : ADJ chilly, very cold (climate);

[ADALLIGO, ADALLIGARE, ADALLIGAVI, ADALLIGATUS] : V bind/fasten to, attach;

[ADAM, UNDECLINED] : N adam, from the hebrew (nom s => adam, not ada, otherwise 1 decl ad...);

[ADAMANS] : steeled, unyielding, adamant, stubborn, intransigeant.

[ADAMANTEUS, ADAMANTEA, ADAMANTEUM] : ADJ steel; of adamant, adamantine;

[ADAMANTINUS, ADAMANTINA, ADAMANTINUM] : ADJ incorruptible, impregnable; inflexible; hard as adamant/diamond/steel;

[ADAMANTIS, ADAMANTIDOS/IS] : N plant (unidentified);

[ADAMAS, ADAMANTIS] : N steel, hardest iron (early); anything hard, adamant; white sapphire; diamond;

[ADAMATOR, ADAMATORIS] : N lover;

[ADAMBULO, ADAMBULARE, ADAMBULAVI, ADAMBULATUS] : V walk beside/near;

[ADAMO, ADAMARE, ADAMAVI, ADAMATUS] : V fall in love/lust with; love passionately/adulterously; admire greatly; covet;

[ADAMO] : to fall in love with, find pleasure in.

[ADAMPLIO, ADAMPLIARE, ADAMPLIAVI, ADAMPLIATUS] : V enlarge, increase, widen; embellish;

[ADAMUS, ADAMI] : N adam, first man;

[ADAMUSSIM] : ADV exactly/precisely; accurately, with precision; according to a ruler/level (l+s);

[ADAPERIO, ADAPERERE, ADAPERUI, ADAPERTUS] : V throw open, open wide; unroll (scroll), open (book); uncover, reveal; open up,;

[ADAPERIO, ADAPERIRE, ADAPERIVI, ADAPERITUS] : V throw open, open wide; unroll (scroll), open (book); uncover, reveal; open up,;

[ADAPERTILIS, ADAPERTILIS, ADAPERTILE] : ADJ that may/can be opened;

[ADAPERTIO, ADAPERTIONIS] : N uncovering, revealing, disclosure; opening (of eyes/mouth) (souter);

[ADAPERTIVUS, ADAPERTIVA, ADAPERTIVUM] : ADJ opening;

[ADAPTERTUS, ADAPTERTA, ADAPTERTUM] : ADJ open (doors, flowers), expanded; not sealed off (honey cells);

[ADAPTO, ADAPTARE, ADAPTAVI, ADAPTATUS] : V adjust, modify; fit (to) (w/dat);

[ADAPTO] : adapt, adjust, make ready, or fit.

[ADAQUO, ADAQUARE, ADAQUAVI, ADAQUATUS] : V water, supply with water, bring water to; obtain water; give to drink;

[ADAQUOR, ADAQUARI, -, ADAQUATUS SUM] : V bring/procure water (for one's self); fetch water;

[ADAR, UNDECLINED] : N adar, jewish month; (twelveth in ecclesiatic year);

[ADARCA, ADARCAE] : N salty deposit/effolescence on reeds; froth on sedge forming spongy growth;

[ADARCE, ADARCES] : N salty deposit/effolescence on reeds; froth on sedge forming spongy growth;

[ADARESCO, ADARESCERE, ADARECUI] : V become dry; dry up;

[ADARIARIUS, ADARIARIA, ADARIARIUM] : ADJ serving at the alter;

[ADARO, ADARARE, ADARAVI, ADARATUS] : V plow carefully;

[ADAUCTO, ADAUCTARE, ADAUCTAVI, ADAUCTATUS] : V increase, add to the resources of;

[ADAUCTOR, ADAUCTORIS] : N augmenter;

[ADAUCTUS, ADAUCTUS] : N increase, growth;

[ADAUGEO, ADAUGERE, ADAUXI, ADAUCTUS] : V increase, augment, intensify; supplement, make more; exaggerate, magnify;

[ADAUGEO] : to make greater, add, increase.

[ADAUGEO] : to make greater, add, increase, augment.

[ADAUGESCO, ADAUGESCERE,] : V become greater/more numerous, increase;

[ADAUGMEN, ADAUGMINIS] : N increase, additional quantity; augmentation;

[ADBELLO, ADBELLARE, ADBELLAVI, ADBELLATUS] : V make war upon;

[ADBIBO, ADBIBERE, ADBIBI] : V drink (in addition), take in by drinking; drink in, absorb, listen eagerly to;

[ADBITO, ADBITERE,] : V approach, come/draw near;

[ADBLATERO, ADBLATERARE, ADBLATERAVI, ADBLATERATUS] : V prattle, chatter;

[ADBREVIATIO, ADBREVIATIONIS] : N abbreviation; diminution; epitome (souter); shortening;

[ADBREVIATOR, ADBREVIATORIS] : N summerizer; one who makes abstracts/epitomes from papal bulls;

[ADBREVIATUS, ADBREVIATA, ADBREVIATUM] : ADJ abridged, shortened, cut off; straitened, contracted, narrowed; abbreviated;

[ADBREVIO, ADBREVIARE, ADBREVIAVI, ADBREVIATUS] : V shorten, cut off; abbreviate, abstract; epitomize (souter); break off; weaken;

[ADCEDENTER] : ADV nearly;

[ADCEDENTIA, ADCEDENTIAE] : N an additional quality;

[ADCEDO, ADCEDERE, ADCESSI, ADCESSUS] : V come near, approach; agree with; be added to (w/ad or in + acc); constitute;

[ADCELERATIO, ADCELERATIONIS] : N speeding up, quickening, acceleration, hastening;

[ADCELERO, ADCELERARE, ADCELERAVI, ADCELERATUS] : V speed up, quicken, hurry; make haste, act quickly, hasten; accelerate;

[ADCESSIBILIS, ADCESSIBILIS, ADCESSIBILE] : ADJ accessible;

[ADCESSIBILITAS, ADCESSIBILITATIS] : N accessibility;

[ADCESSIO, ADCESSIONIS] : N approach; increase, bonus; accessory; attack, onset (fever, rage); fit;

[ADCESSITIO, ADCESSITIONIS] : N summons, sending for; (dies ~ => day of death);

[ADCESSITOR, ADCESSITORIS] : N one who comes to summon/call/fetch another; accuser;

[ADCESSITUS, ADCESSITUS] : N summons, sending for;

[ADCESSUS, ADCESSUS] : N approach, arrival; entry, admittance, audience; hostile approach/attack; onset;

[ADCLAMATIO, ADCLAMATIONIS] : N acclamation, shout (of comment/approval/disapproval); crying against; brawling;

[ADCLAMO, ADCLAMARE, ADCLAMAVI, ADCLAMATUS] : V shout (at), cry out against, protest; shout approval, applaud;

[ADCLARO, ADCLARARE, ADCLARAVI, ADCLARATUS] : V make clear, reveal, make manifest;

[ADCLINIS, ADCLINIS, ADCLINE] : ADJ leaning/resting (on/against); sloping, inclined; disposed/inclined (to);

[ADCLINO, ADCLINARE, ADCLINAVI, ADCLINATUS] : V lay down, rest (on) (w/dat), lean against/towards, incline (to);

[ADCLIVIS, ADCLIVIS, ADCLIVE] : ADJ rising, sloping upward;

[ADCLIVIS, ADCLIVIS] : N upward slope;

[ADCLIVITAS, ADCLIVITATIS] : N slope, ascent, upward inclination, steepness;

[ADCLIVUS, ADCLIVA, ADCLIVUM] : ADJ rising, sloping upward;

[ADCLUDO, ADCLUDERE, ADCLUSI, ADCLUSUS] : V close up, shut the door;

[ADCOGNOSCO, ADCOGNOSCERE,] : V recognize (visually or by some other means);

[ADCOLA, ADCOLAE] : N neighbor; one who lives nearby/beside; inhabitant;

[ADCOLENS, ADCOLENTIS] : N neighbors, people of the neighborhood;

[ADCOLO, ADCOLERE, ADCOLUI, ADCULTUS] : V dwell/live near; be a neighbor to;

[ADCOMMODATE, ADCOMMODATIUS, ADCOMMODATISSIME] : ADV fittingly, in a suitable manner;

[ADCOMMODATIO, ADCOMMODATIONIS] : N adjustment, willingness to oblige, complaisance; fitting, adapting, adaptation;

[ADCOMMODATUS, ADCOMMODATA -UM, ADCOMMODATIOR -OR -US, ADCOMMODATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fit, suitable, appropriate; suiting the interests (of); favorably disposed (to;

[ADCOMMODO, ADCOMMODARE, ADCOMMODAVI, ADCOMMODATUS] : V adapt, adjust to, fit, suit; apply to, fasten on; apply/devote oneself to;

[ADCOMMODUS, ADCOMMODA, ADCOMMODUM] : ADJ fitting, convenient, suitable to, adapted to;

[ADCREDO, ADCREDERE, ADCREDIDI, ADCREDITUS] : V give credence to, believe; put faith in, trust;

[ADCRESCO, ADCRESCERE, ADCREVI, ADCRETUS] : V increase/swell, grow larger/up/progressively; be added/annexed to; arise;

[ADCRETIO, ADCRETIONIS] : N increase, an increasing, increment;

[ADCRETUS, ADCRETA, ADCRETUM] : ADJ overgrown with; encased in;

[ADCUBITIO, ADCUBITIONIS] : N a reclining (at meals), lying;

[ADCUBITORIUS, ADCUBITORIA, ADCUBITORIUM] : ADJ pertaining to reclining (at table);

[ADCUBITUS, ADCUBITUS] : N a reclining (at meals), lying;

[ADCUBO] : ADV in a prone/recumbent position;

[ADCUDO, ADCUDERE,] : V coin in addition; strike/stamp/mint (coin) (l+s); make more money, add wealth;

[ADCUMBO, ADCUMBERE, ADCUMBUI, ADCUMBITUS] : V take a place/recline at the table; lie on (bed), lie at/prone, lie beside;

[ADCUMULATE, ADCUMULATIUS, ADCUMULATISSIME] : ADV copiously, abundantly; superabundantly;

[ADCUMULATIO, ADCUMULATIONIS] : N accumulation, heaping/piling up;

[ADCUMULATOR, ADCUMULATORIS] : N heaper up; one who accumulates/amasses;

[ADCUMULO, ADCUMULARE, ADCUMULAVI, ADCUMULATUS] : V accumulate, heap/pile up/soil; add by exaggeration; add, increase, enhance;

[ADCURATE, ADCURATIUS, ADCURATISSIME] : ADV carefully, accurately, precisely, exactly; nicely; painstakingly, meticulous;

[ADCURATIO, ADCURATIONIS] : N accuracy, preciseness, care; carefulness, painstakingness; treatment (medical);

[ADCURATUS, ADCURATA -UM, ADCURATIOR -OR -US, ADCURATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ accurate, exact, with care, meticulous; carefully performed/prepared; finished;

[ADCURO, ADCURARE, ADCURAVI, ADCURATUS] : V take care of, attend to (duties/guests), give attention to; perform with care;

[ADCURRO, ADCURRERE, ADCURRI, ADCURSUS] : V run/hasten to (help); come/rush up (inanim subj.); charge, rush to attack;

[ADCURSUS, ADCURSUS] : N rushing up (to see or give help); attack; onset;

[ADDAX, ADDACIS] : N addax (african antelope with twisted horns);

[ADDECET, ADDECERE, ADDECIT] : V it is fitting/proper, it behooves;

[ADDECIMO, ADDECIMARE, ADDECIMAVI, ADDECIMATUS] : V take the tenth part/a tenth; tithe;

[ADDENSEO, ADDENSERE,] : V make more dense, close up (the ranks);

[ADDENSO, ADDENSARE,] : V thicken, make more dense;

[ADDICO, ADDICERE, ADDIXI, ADDICTUS] : V be propitious; adjudge, sentence, doom; confiscate; award, assign; enslave;

[ADDICTA, ADDICTAE] : N a person (female) enslaved for debt or theft;

[ADDICTIO, ADDICTIONIS] : N adjudication (disputed property), assignment (of debtor to custody/creditor);

[ADDICTUS, ADDICTA, ADDICTUM] : ADJ addicted (to); (debt) slave (of); bound (to do something); bent upon (disgrace;

[ADDICTUS, ADDICTI] : N a person enslaved for debt or theft;

[ADDISCO, ADDISCERE, ADDIDICI] : V learn in addition/further/besides; learn;

[ADDITAMENTUM, ADDITAMENTI] : N addition; additional factor/amount/element; something added;

[ADDITICIUS, ADDITICIA, ADDITICIUM] : ADJ additional, extra;

[ADDITIO, ADDITIONIS] : N the act of adding, addition;

[ADDITIVUS, ADDITIVA, ADDITIVUM] : ADJ added, annexed;

[ADDIVINO, ADDIVINARE, ADDIVINAVI, ADDIVINATUS] : V prognosticate, devine;

[ADDO, ADDERE, ADDIDI, ADDITUS] : V add, insert, bring/attach to, say in addition; increase; impart; associate;

[ADDO] : to give, bring, place,/ inspire, cause,/ add, join.

[ADDO] : to give, bring, place, / inspire, cause,/ add, join.

[ADDOCEO, ADDOCERE, ADDOCUI] : V teach new/additional accomplishments;

[ADDORMIO, ADDORMIRE, ADDORMIVI, ADDORMITUS] : V fall asleep, go to sleep; begin to sleep;

[ADDORMISCO, ADDORMISCERE,] : V fall asleep;

[ADDUBITO, ADDUBITARE, ADDUBITAVI, ADDUBITATUS] : V doubt, be doubtful/uncertain; hesitate (to), hesitate over a situation;

[ADDUCO, ADDUCERE, ADDUXI, ADDUCTUS] : V lead up/to/away; bring up/to; persuade, induce; lead, bring; contract, tighten;

[ADDUCO] : to lead, induce, persuade.

[ADDUCO] : to lead, induce, persuade, bring.

[ADDUCTE, ADDUCTIUS, ADDUCTISSIME] : ADV strictly, tightly; with close control;

[ADDUCTOR, ADDUCTORIS] : N procurer;

[ADDUCTUS, ADDUCTA -UM, ADDUCTIOR -OR -US, ADDUCTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ contracted, drawn together; frowning, grave; compressed, terse; strict, severe;

[ADEDO, ADEDERE, ADEDI, ADESUS] : V eat up, eat into/away at, nibble, squander; wear down, exhaust; erode;

[ADEDO, ADESSE,] : V eat up, eat into/away at, nibble, squander; wear down, exhaust; erode;

[ADELPHIS, ADELPHIDIS] : N a kind of date (hanging two together like brothers - adelphi-the brothers, play)

[ADEMPTIO, ADEMPTIONIS] : N taking away, removal, deprivation; revocation (of legacy); withholding (right);

[ADEMPTIO] : a taking away.

[ADEMPTOR, ADEMPTORIS] : N one who takes away;

[ADEO, ADIRE, ADIVI(II), ADITUS] : V approach; attack; visit, address; undertake; take possession (inheritance);

[ADEO] : (adverb) so far, to that point, so much, so long, etc.

[ADEO] : ADV to such a degree/pass/point; precisely, exactly; thus far; indeed, truly, even;

[ADEO] : to approach, visit, come to, undertake.

[ADEO] : to such a point, such an extent, such a distance, for so long.

[ADEO] : to such a point, such an extent, so far, so long.

[ADEPS, ADIPIS] : N fat, lard, grease; fatty tissue; bombast; corpulence, obesity (pl.); sapwood;

[ADEPTIO, ADEPTIONIS] : N (act of) obtaining, attainment, achievement;

[ADEPTIO] : attainment, obtaining, achievement.

[ADEPTO] : to obtain, get, acquire.

[ADEPTUS, ADEPTUS] : N attainment, an obtaining;

[ADEQUITO, ADEQUITARE, ADEQUITAVI, ADEQUITATUS] : V ride up to/towards/near, gallop up;

[ADERATOR, ADERATORIS] : N worshiper, one who adores;

[ADERRO, ADERRARE, ADERRAVI, ADERRATUS] : V stray towards/near; wander to/by;

[ADESCO, ADESCARE,] : V feed; fatten;

[ADESSURIO, ADESSURIRE, ADESSURIVI, ADESSURITUS] : V be very hungry/starving;

[ADESURIO, ADESURIRE, ADESURIVI, ADESURITUS] : V be very hungry/starving;

[ADESUS, ADESA, ADESUM] : ADJ eaten, gnawed; worn away by water, eroded; (adesi lapides => smooth/polished);

[ADFABER, ADFABRA, ADFABRUM] : ADJ made/prepared ingeniously/skillfully/with art; ingenious, skilled in art;

[ADFABILIS, ADFABILIS, ADFABILE] : ADJ easy of access/to talk to, affable, friendly, courteous; sympathetic (words);

[ADFABILITAS, ADFABILITATIS] : N affability, friendliness, courtesy;

[ADFABILITER, ADFABILITIUS, ADFABILITISSIME] : ADV conversationally, in informal/friendly discourse;

[ADFABRE] : ADV skillfully, ingeniously, artistically;

[ADFABRICATUS, ADFABRICATA, ADFABRICATUM] : ADJ fitted/added to by art;

[ADFAMEN, ADFAMINIS] : N greeting, salutation, address;

[ADFANIA, ADFANIAE] : N trifling talk (pl.), chatter; idle jests;

[ADFATIM] : ADV sufficiently, amply, with complete satisfaction;

[ADFATUS, ADFATUS] : N address, speech, converse with; pronouncement, utterance (of);

[ADFECTATIO, ADFECTATIONIS] : N seeking/striving for, aspiration to; affectation, straining for; claiming;

[ADFECTATO] : ADV studiously, zealously;

[ADFECTATOR, ADFECTATORIS] : N aspirant, zealous seeker (of), one who strives to obtain/produce;

[ADFECTATUS, ADFECTATA, ADFECTATUM] : ADJ studied, artificial, affected;

[ADFECTE] : ADV deeply, with (strong) affection;

[ADFECTIO, ADFECTIONIS] : N mental condition, mood, feeling, disposition; affection, love; purpose;

[ADFECTIOSE, ADFECTIOSIUS, ADFECTIOSISSIME] : ADV feelingly; with (kindly) feeling;

[ADFECTIOSE] : ADV affectionately;

[ADFECTIOSUS, ADFECTIOSA -UM, ADFECTIOSIOR -OR -US, ADFECTIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ full of (kindly) feeling;

[ADFECTIOSUS, ADFECTIOSA, ADFECTIOSUM] : ADJ full of affection/attachment;

[ADFECTO, ADFECTARE, ADFECTAVI, ADFECTATUS] : V aim at, desire, aspire, try, lay claim to; try to control; feign, pretend;

[ADFECTOR, ADFECTARI, -, ADFECTATUS SUM] : V aim at, desire, aspire, try, lay claim to; try to control; feign, pretend;

[ADFECTRIX, ADFECTRICIS] : N aspirant (female); she who seeks/strives for (a thing);

[ADFECTUALIS, ADFECTUALIS, ADFECTUALE] : ADJ depending on a temporary condition;

[ADFECTUOSE, ADFECTUOSIUS, ADFECTUOSISSIME] : ADV feelingly; with (kindly) feeling;

[ADFECTUOSE] : ADV affectionately, kindly;

[ADFECTUOSUS, ADFECTUOSA, ADFECTUOSUM] : ADJ affectionate, kind, full of inclination/affection/love;

[ADFECTUOSUS, ADFECTUOSA -UM, ADFECTUOSIOR -OR -US, ADFECTUOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ full of (kindly) feeling;

[ADFECTUS AFFECTUS] : (fr. adficio) influenced, worked upon.

[ADFECTUS, ADFECTA, ADFECTUM] : ADJ endowed with, possessed of; minded; affected; impaired, weakened; emotional;

[ADFECTUS, ADFECTUS] : N disposition, state (of body/mind), mood, emotion; affection, passion, love;

[ADFERO AFFERO] : to cause, bring about, contribute.

[ADFERO AFFERO] : to bring news, report / apply, bring to bear.

[ADFERO, ADFERRE, ADTULI, ADLATUS] : V bring to, carry, convey; report, bring word, allege, announce; produce, cause;

[ADFICIO, ADFICERE, ADFECI, ADFECTUS] : V affect, make impression; move, influence; cause (hurt/death), afflict, weaken;

[ADFICIO] : to affect, afflict, weaken, sap, exhaust, drain.

[ADFICTICIUS, ADFICTICIA, ADFICTICIUM] : ADJ attached (to);

[ADFIGO, ADFIGERE, ADFIXI, ADFIXUS] : V fasten/fix/pin/attach to (w/dat), annex; impress upon; pierce; chain, confine;

[ADFIGURO, ADFIGURARE, ADFIGURAVI, ADFIGURATUS] : V form (a word) by analogy;

[ADFINGO, ADFINGERE, ADFINXI, ADFICTUS] : V add to, attach; aggravate; embellish, counterfeit, forge; claim wrongly;

[ADFINIS, ADFINIS, ADFINE] : ADJ neighboring, adjacent, next, bordering; related (marriage), akin, connected;

[ADFINIS, ADFINIS] : N relation (by marriage); neighbor; accomplice;

[ADFINITAS, ADFINITATIS] : N relation(ship) by marriage; relationship (man+wife), bond/union; neighborhood;

[ADFIRMANTER] : ADV certainly, assuredly, with assurance;

[ADFIRMATE] : ADV with definite affirmation/solemn assertion, positively, certainly, assuredly;

[ADFIRMATIO, ADFIRMATIONIS] : N affirmation, strengthening of belief; assertion, dogmatic/positive statement;

[ADFIRMATIVUS, ADFIRMATIVA, ADFIRMATIVUM] : ADJ affirming, affirmative;

[ADFIRMATOR, ADFIRMATORIS] : N one who makes a definite assertion/affirmation;

[ADFIRMO, ADFIRMARE, ADFIRMAVI, ADFIRMATUS] : V affirm/assert (dogmatically/positively); confirm, ratify, restore; emphasize;

[ADFIXIO, ADFIXIONIS] : N joining/fastening to; an addition to;

[ADFIXUM, ADFIXI] : N fixtures (pl.) pertaining thereto;, permanent fittings/appendages/appurtenances;

[ADFIXUS, ADFIXA, ADFIXUM] : ADJ fastened/joined to (person/thing); impressed on, fixed to; situated close to;

[ADFLAGRANS, ADFLAGRANTIS] : N flaming/blazing up; turbulent, unquiet;

[ADFLATOR, ADFLATORIS] : N one who blows on/breathes into;

[ADFLATUS, ADFLATUS] : N breath, snorting; breeze, wind, draught, (hot) blast; stench; inspiration;

[ADFLECTO, ADFLECTARE, ADFLECTAVI, ADFLECTATUS] : V affect, move, influence (to a course of action);

[ADFLEO, ADFLERE, ADFLEVI, ADFLETUS] : V weep/cry at; weep as an accompaniment;

[ADFLICTATIO, ADFLICTATIONIS] : N grievous suffering, torment, affliction;

[ADFLICTATOR, ADFLICTATORIS] : N one who causes pain/suffering/torment/torture; tormenter;

[ADFLICTIO, ADFLICTIONIS] : N pain, suffering, torment;

[ADFLICTO AFFLIGO] : to injure, weaken, discourage, damage, break.

[ADFLICTO, ADFLICTARE, ADFLICTAVI, ADFLICTATUS] : V shatter, damage, strike repeatedly, buffet, wreck; oppress, afflict; vex;

[ADFLICTOR, ADFLICTORIS] : N one who strikes against/down/overthrows;

[ADFLICTRIX, (GEN.), ADFLICTRICIS] : ADJ that strikes against/down/overthrows or collides with;

[ADFLICTRIX, ADFLICTRICIS] : N one (female) who strikes against/down/overthrows;

[ADFLICTUS, ADFLICTA, ADFLICTUM] : ADJ in a state of ruin (persons/countries/affairs), shattered;

[ADFLICTUS, ADFLICTUS] : N collision, blow; a striking against/dashing together;

[ADFLIGO, ADFLIGERE, ADFLIXI, ADFLICTUS] : V overthrow/throw down; afflict, damage, crush, break, ruin; humble, weaken, vex;

[ADFLO, ADFLARE, ADFLAVI, ADFLATUS] : V blow/breathe (on/towards); inspire, infuse; waft; graze; breathe poison on;

[ADFLUENS, ADFLUENTIS (GEN.), ADFLUENTIOR -OR -US, ADFLUENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ flowing/overflowing/abounding with; abundant, plentiful, sumptuous, copious;

[ADFLUENTE, ADFLUENTIUS, ADFLUENTISSIME] : ADV richly, copiously, abundantly, extravagantly, opulently;

[ADFLUENTER, ADFLUENTIUS, ADFLUENTISSIME] : ADV abundantly, copiously; luxuriously, extravagantly;

[ADFLUENTIA, ADFLUENTIAE] : N flow (of a liquid); abundance, profusion, extravagance, opulence, riotousness;

[ADFLUO, ADFLUERE, ADFLUXI, ADFLUXUS] : V flow on/to/towards/by; glide/drift quietly; flock together, throng; abound;

[ADFODIO, ADFODERE,] : V add by digging;

[ADFOR, ADFARI, -, ADFATUS SUM] : V speak to, address; be spoked to/addressed (pass), be decreed by fate;

[ADFORMIDO, ADFORMIDARE, ADFORMIDAVI, ADFORMIDATUS] : V be afraid, fear;

[ADFRANGO, ADFRANGERE,] : V cause to be broken against, crush/strike/break against; break in pieces;

[ADFREMO, ADFREMERE,] : V roar/rage/growl (at); assent noisily to (w/dat);

[ADFRICATIO, ADFRICATIONIS] : N a rubbing on/against (a thing); friction; abrasion;

[ADFRICO, ADFRICARE, ADFRICUI, ADFRICTUS] : V rub (one thing against another); apply by rubbing, smear on;

[ADFRICO, ADFRICARE, ADFRICUI, ADFRICATUS] : V rub (one thing against another); apply by rubbing, smear on;

[ADFRICTUS, ADFRICTUS] : N friction; rubbing on;

[ADFRINGO, ADFRINGERE,] : V cause to be broken against, crush/strike/break against; break in pieces;

[ADFRIO, ADFRIARE, ADFRIAVI, ADFRIATUS] : V sprinkle (powder); crumble, grate;

[ADFULGEO, ADFULGERE, ADFULSI] : V shine forth, appear, dawn; shine/smile upon (w/favor), appear favorable;

[ADFUNDO, ADFUNDERE, ADFUDI, ADFUSUS] : V pour on/upon/into, heap up; shed/spill (blood); wash;

[ADFUNDOR, ADFUNDI, -, ADFUSUS SUM] : V prostrate oneself; cause to be spread on/over; flow alongside/past (streams);

[ADFUO, ADFUERE, ADFUXI] : V flow/stream/issue (from), flow away; abound in (w/abl), be abundant, abound;

[ADGAUDEO, ADGAUDERE,] : V delight in; be delighted with;

[ADGEMO, ADGEMERE,] : V groan in conjunction/sympathy (with);

[ADGENERO, ADGENERARE, ADGENERAVI, ADGENERATUS] : V beget in addition;

[ADGENICULOR, ADGENICULARI, -, ADGENICULATUS SUM] : V kneel before, bend the knee before;

[ADGER, ADGERIS] : N rampart (or material for); causeway, pier; heap, pile, mound; dam; mud wall;

[ADGERATIM] : ADV in heaps/piles;

[ADGERATIO, ADGERATIONIS] : N heaped/piled up material;

[ADGERO, ADGERARE, ADGERAVI, ADGERATUS] : V heap/fill up, bring, carry; increase, add fuel; push/crowd/press together;

[ADGERO, ADGERERE, ADGESSI, ADGESTUS] : V heap/cover up over, pile/build up, erect; accumulate; intensify, exaggerate;

[ADGESTIM] : ADV in heaps, abundantly;

[ADGESTIO, ADGESTIONIS] : N heap, heaping up; mass (of mud), heap (of sand);

[ADGESTUM, ADGESTI] : N mound, dike, elevation formed like a dike/mound;

[ADGESTUS, ADGESTI] : N mound, dike, elevation formed like a dike/mound;

[ADGESTUS, ADGESTUS] : N piling up; act of bringing; earthen bank, terrace; sprinkling earth over body;

[ADGLOMERO, ADGLOMERARE, ADGLOMERAVI, ADGLOMERATUS] : V gather into a body, mass together, join forces; pile up in masses; agglomerate;

[ADGLUTINO, ADGLUTINARE, ADGLUTINAVI, ADGLUTINATUS] : V glue/stick/adhere/fasten to/together; fit/grip on closely; bring in contact;

[ADGNASCOR, ADGNASCI, -, ADGNATUS SUM] : V be born in addition/after father's will made; develop; grow later/on, arise;

[ADGNATA, ADGNATAE] : N female blood relation on father's side;

[ADGNATICIUS, ADGNATICIA, ADGNATICIUM] : ADJ pertaining to agnati (born after will); (~ jus => right of agnati to inherit);

[ADGNATIO, ADGNATIONIS] : N birth after father's will; blood relationship through father/male ancestor;

[ADGNATUM, ADGNATI] : N offshoot, side-shoot;

[ADGNATUS, ADGNATA, ADGNATUM] : ADJ related, cognate;

[ADGNATUS, ADGNATI] : N male blood relation (father's side); one born after father made his will;

[ADGNITIO, ADGNITIONIS] : N recognition, knowledge; perception of nature/identity; avowal, acknowledgement;

[ADGNITOR, ADGNITORIS] : N one who acknowledges or vouches for (a seal);

[ADGNITUS, ADGNITUS] : N a "recognition" (drama);

[ADGNOMEN, ADGNOMINIS] : N nickname, an additional name denoting an achievement/characteristic;

[ADGNOMENTUM, ADGNOMENTI] : N nickname, an additional name denoting an achievement/characteristic;

[ADGNOSCO, ADGNOSCERE, ADGNOVI, ADGNITUS] : V recognize, realize, discern; acknowledge, claim, admit to/responsibility;

[ADGRAVESCO, ADGRAVESCERE,] : V become heavy; become severe/dangerous (illness), grow worse; be aggravated;

[ADGRAVO, ADGRAVARE, ADGRAVAVI, ADGRAVATUS] : V aggravate, exaggerate; weigh down, oppress; make heavier; embarrass further;

[ADGREDIO, ADGREDERE, AGGRESSI, ADGRESSUS] : V approach, advance; attack, assail; undertake, seize (opportunity), attempt;

[ADGREDIOR, ADGREDI, -, ADGRESSUS SUM] : V approach, advance; attack, assail; undertake, seize (opportunity), attempt;

[ADGREGO, ADGREGARE, ADGREGAVI, ADGREGATUS] : V collect, include, group, implicate; (cause to) flock/join together, attach;

[ADGRESSIO, ADGRESSIONIS] : N attack; action of setting about/undertaking (a task);

[ADGRESSOR, ADGRESSORIS] : N attacker, assailant;

[ADGRESSURA, ADGRESSURAE] : N attack, assault;

[ADGRESSUS, ADGRESSUS] : N attack, assault;

[ADGUBERNO, ADGUBERNARE, ADGUBERNAVI, ADGUBERNATUS] : V steer (one's course);

[ADHAEREO, ADHAERERE, ASHAESI, ADHAESUS] : V adhere, stick, cling/cleave to; hang on; be attached/concerned/involved;

[ADHAEREO] : to hang to, stick to, adhere.

[ADHAERESCO, ADHAERESCERE, ADHAESI] : V cling to, adhere, stick (in trouble); become lodged in (weapons); run aground;

[ADHAERO] : to hang to, stick to, adhere.

[ADHAERO] : to stick, cleave, secure, keep close to.

[ADHAESE] : ADV stammeringly; in a tongued-tied manner;

[ADHAESIO, ADHAESIONIS] : N adhesion; linkage;

[ADHAESIONA, ADHAESIONAE] : N adhesion; linkage;

[ADHAESUS, ADHAESUS] : N adhesion; act/fact of adhering/combining;

[ADHALO, ADHALARE, ADHALAVI, ADHALATUS] : V breathe upon;

[ADHAMO, ADHAMARE, ADHAMAVI, ADHAMATUS] : V catch, secure;

[ADHEREO, ADHERERE, ADHESI, ADHESUS] : V adhere, stick, cling/cleave to; hang on; be attached/concerned/involved;

[ADHERSCO, ADHERESCERE, I, US] : V adhere tightly, stick fast;

[ADHIBEO, ADHIBERE, ADHIBUI, ADHIBITUS] : V summon, invite, bring in; consult; put, add; use, employ, apply; hold out to;

[ADHIBEO] : (+ adv.) to deal with, treat, handle.

[ADHIBITIO, ADHIBITIONIS] : N application, employing; admission (e.g., to a banquet);

[ADHINNIO, ADHINNIRE, ADHINNIVI, ADHINNITUS] : V whinny to/at; express delight; strive after/long for with voluptuous desire;

[ADHOC] : ADV thus far, till now, to this point; hitherto; yet, as yet; still; besides;

[ADHORREO, ADHORRERE, ADHORRUI] : V shudder (in addition);

[ADHORTAMEN, ADHORTAMINIS] : N encouragement, exhortation; incentive;

[ADHORTATIO, ADHORTATIONIS] : N exhortation, (words of) encouragement; persuasive speech/discourse/appeal;

[ADHORTATIVUS, ADHORTATIVA, ADHORTATIVUM] : ADJ belonging to encouragement/exhortation; (~ modus => encouraging mood);

[ADHORTATOR, ADHORTATORIS] : N encourager, one who encourages/exhorts;

[ADHORTATUS, ADHORTATUS] : N (act of) urging; encouragement, exhortation, persuasion;

[ADHORTOR, ADHORTARI, -, ADHORTATUS SUM] : V encourage, urge on; rally; exhort;

[ADHOSPITO, ADHOSPITARE, ADHOSPITAVI, ADHOSPITATUS] : V entertain as guest; propitiate;

[ADHUC] : ADV thus far, till now, to this point; hitherto; yet, as yet; still; besides;

[ADHUC] : till then, till now, still, even now, besides, also, yet.

[ADHUCINE] : ADV still? yet? (interog.) (adhuc ne);

[ADIANTUM, ADIANTI] : N maidenhair, type of fern;

[ADIAPHOROS, ADIAPHOROS] : ADJ indifferent;

[ADIBILIS, ADIBILIS, ADIBILE] : ADJ accessible;

[ADICIO, ADICERE, ADJECI, ADJECTUS] : V add, increase, raise; add to (dat/ad+acc); suggest; hurl (weapon); throw to/at;

[ADICIO] : to direct, address, apply/ to throw to.

[ADICIO] : to direct, address, apply / to throw to.

[ADIGO, ADIGERE, ADEGI, ADACTUS] : V drive in/to (cattle), force, impel; cast, hurl; consign (curse); bind (oath);

[ADIMO, ADIMERE, ADEMI, ADEMPTUS] : V withdraw, take away, carry off; castrate; deprive, steal, seize; annul; rescue;

[ADIMO] : to deprive (someone), take away, appropriate/ carry off.

[ADIMPLEO, ADIMPLERE, ADIMPLEVI, ADIMPLETUS] : V fill up (with); fulfill, carry out (promise/obligation);

[ADIMPLEO] : to fulfill, perform.

[ADIMPLEO] : to fulfill, perform, carry out.

[ADIMPLETIO, ADIMPLETIONIS] : N completion, completing, fulfillment, fulfilling;

[ADIMPLETOR, ADIMPLETORIS] : N inspirer, he who fills (by inspiration);

[ADINCRESCO, ADINCRESCERE,] : V increase;

[ADINDO, ADINDERE,] : V insert, put in/to; put in besides;

[ADINDO] : to add to, increase, raise, augment.

[ADINFLO, ADINFLARE, ADINFLAVI, ADINFLATUS] : V swell up;

[ADINGERO, ADINGERERE, ADINGESSI, ADINGESTUS] : V bring to/heap on in addition;

[ADINQUIRO, ADINQUIRERE, ADINQUISI, ADINQUISITUS] : V investigate/inquire/look into further;

[ADINSPECTO, ADINSPECTARE, ADINSPECTAVI, ADINSPECTATUS] : V watch; guard (a person);

[ADINSTAR, UNDECLINED] : ADJ like, after the fashion of; according to the likeness of; about; (ad instar);

[ADINVENIO, ADINVENIRE, ADINVENI, ADINVENTUS] : V devise/invent/find out (in addition/intensive);

[ADINVENIO] : to devise.

[ADINVENTIO, ADINVENTIONIS] : N invention;

[ADINVENTIO] : to invention.

[ADINVENTITIAS] : (?) Herimann, cap 2.

[ADINVENTOR, ADINVENTORIS] : N inventor;

[ADINVENTUM, ADINVENTI] : N invention;

[ADINVICEM] : ADV in turn, by turns, on after the other, alternately; mutually, reciprocally;

[ADIPATUM, ADIPATI] : N rich dish; pastry prepared with fat (l+s);

[ADIPATUS, ADIPATA, ADIPATUM] : ADJ rich; containing fat, fatty, greasy; coarse, gross (l+s);

[ADIPEUS, ADIPEA, ADIPEUM] : ADJ of fat;

[ADIPISCOR, ADIPISCI, -, ADEPTUS SUM] : V gain, secure, win, obtain; arrive at, come up to/into; inherit; overtake;

[ADIPISCOR] : to acquire, arrive at, reach.

[ADIPISCOR] : to come up to, overtake, obtain.

[ADIPS, ADIPIS] : N fat, lard, grease; fatty tissue; bombast; corpulence, obesity (pl.);

[ADIPSATHEON, ADIPSATHEI] : N thorny shrub which produces a fragrant oil;

[ADIPSATHEOS, ADIPSATHEI] : N thorny shrub which produces a fragrant oil;

[ADIPSON, ADIPSI] : N licorice;

[ADIPSOS, ADIPSI] : N kind of egyptian date; licorice (?);

[ADISPHORON] : ADJ indifferent;

[ADITIALIS, ADITIALIS, ADITIALE] : ADJ inaugural; (of a banquet) given by a magistrate upon entering office;

[ADITIO, ADITIONIS] : N act/right of approaching (a person); taking possession of an inheritance;

[ADITO, ADITARE, ADITAVI, ADITATUS] : V approach often/frequently/habitually;

[ADITUS, ADITUS] : N approach, access; attack; entrance; chance, opportunity, means, way; beginning;

[ADITUS] : entrance, ingress.

[ADIUMENTUM, ADIUMENTI] : N help, assistance, support, means of aid;

[ADIUTORIUM] : assistance, help, aid, assistance.

[ADIUVO] : to help, aid, assist, succor.

[ADIUVO] : to help, aid, assist.

[ADJACENS, (GEN.), ADJACENTIS] : ADJ adjacent, neighboring;

[ADJACENS, ADJACENTIS] : N adjacent/neighboring areas/regions/parts (pl.)] : adjoining country;

[ADJACEO, ADJACERE, ADJACUI, ADJACITUS] : V lie near to, lie beside; be adjacent/contiguous to, neighbor on; live near;

[ADJACULATUS, ADJACULATA, ADJACULATUM] : ADJ thrown/cast at;

[ADJECTAMENTUM, ADJECTAMENTI] : N appendage, appurtenance, attachment; addition, increase;

[ADJECTICIUS, ADJECTICIA, ADJECTICIUM] : ADJ added besides;

[ADJECTIO, ADJECTIONIS] : N addition; act of adding, infliction in addition; repetition; price increase;

[ADJECTIUS, ADJECTIA, ADJECTIUM] : ADJ added besides;

[ADJECTIVUS, ADJECTIVA, ADJECTIVUM] : ADJ that is added (to the noun - gram.); adjective;

[ADJECTUS, ADJECTUS] : N insertion/putting in/adding/applying to, addition; impact, contact;

[ADJICIO, ADJICERE, ADJECI, ADJECTUS] : V add, increase, raise; add to (dat/ad+acc); suggest; hurl (weapon); throw to/at;

[ADJICIO, ADJICERE,] : V add, increase, raise; add to (dat/ad+acc); suggest; hurl (weapon); throw to/at;

[ADJICIO] : 4, to add, to turn towards, move towards, suggest

[ADJICIO] : to add, to turn towards, move towards, suggest.

[ADJUDICATIO, ADJUDICATIONIS] : N act of assignment (by a judge); vesting order; judicial judging of a matter;

[ADJUDICO, ADJUDICARE, ADJUDICAVI, ADJUDICATUS] : V adjudge, impute, attribute, ascribe (to); award (as a judge), assign (to);

[ADJUGO, ADJUGARE, ADJUGAVI, ADJUGATUS] : V join, attach (to);

[ADJUNCTIO, ADJUNCTIONIS] : N union, association; admixture, combination; (limiting) addition, qualification;

[ADJUNCTIVUS, ADJUNCTIVA, ADJUNCTIVUM] : ADJ adjectival; that is joined/added; conjunctions that govern subjunctive mood l+s;

[ADJUNCTOR, ADJUNCTORIS] : N one who adds/joins/unites; proposer (that ... be added to ...);

[ADJUNCTUM, ADJUNCTI] : N quality, characteristic, essential feature/attribute; collateral circumstance;

[ADJUNCTUS, ADJUNCTA -UM, ADJUNCTIOR -OR -US, ADJUNCTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bound/belonging to; composite, joined in compound (word); adjacent; relevant;

[ADJUNGO, ADJUNGERE, ADJUNXI, ADJUNCTUS] : V add, attach, join to, add to, support; apply to; harness, yoke; direct; confer;

[ADJUNGO] : to join connect.

[ADJUNGO] : to join connect

[ADJURAMENTUM, ADJURAMENTI] : N conjuring, entreaty;

[ADJURATIO, ADJURATIONIS] : N act of appealing to/by adjuration; swearing to/by (something);

[ADJURATOR, ADJURATORIS] : N one who conjures, conjurer;

[ADJURATORIUS, ADJURATORIA, ADJURATORIUM] : ADJ pertaining to swearing;

[ADJURO, ADJURARE, ADJURAVI, ADJURATUS] : V swear by/solemnly; affirm with oath; charge/entreat/urge (as under oath/curse);

[ADJUTABILIS, ADJUTABILIS, ADJUTABILE] : ADJ helpful;

[ADJUTO, ADJUTARE, ADJUTAVI, ADJUTATUS] : V help (with a burden/activity; help realize a program/purpose;

[ADJUTOR, ADJUTARI, -, ADJUTATUS SUM] : V help (with a burden/activity; help realize a program/purpose;

[ADJUTOR, ADJUTORIS] : N assistant, deputy; accomplice; supporter; secretary; assistant schoolmaster;

[ADJUTORIUM, ADJUTORI(I)] : N help, assistance, support; argumentation;

[ADJUTRIX, ADJUTRICIS] : N female assistant/helper/accomplice; feminine nouns; as title of a legion;

[ADJUTUS, ADJUTUS] : N help, aid;

[ADJUVANS, (GEN.), ADJUVANTIS] : ADJ contributory (cause);

[ADJUVATORIUM, ADJUVATORI(I)] : N assistance, cooperation;

[ADJUVO, ADJUVARE, ADJUVI, ADJUTUS] : V help, aid, abet, encourage, favor; cherish, sustain; be of use, be profitable;

[ADJUVO, ADJUVARE, ADJUVAVI, ADJUVATUS] : V help, aid, abet, encourage, favor; cherish, sustain; be of use, be profitable;

[ADLABOR, ADLABI, -, ADLAPSUS SUM] : V glide/move/flow towards (w/dat/acc); creep up; steal into; fly (missiles);

[ADLABORO, ADLABORARE, ADLABORAVI, ADLABORATUS] : V make a special effort; take trouble to;

[ADLACRIMO, ADLACRIMARE,] : V shed tears, cry, weep (at or as an accompaniment to something);

[ADLAMBO, ADLAMBERE,] : V lick (of flames);

[ADLAPSUS, ADLAPSUS] : N gliding up; gliding/stealthy approach; flowing towards or near;

[ADLATRO, ADLATRARE, ADLATRAVI, ADLATRATUS] : V bark at; rail at; rage, roar (sea);

[ADLAUDABILIS, ADLAUDABILIS, ADLAUDABILE] : ADJ praiseworthy, commendable;

[ADLAUDO, ADLAUDARE, ADLAUDAVI, ADLAUDATUS] : V praise, commend;

[ADLAVO, ADLAVARE, ADLAVAVI, ADLAVATUS] : V flow up to (water), wash;

[ADLECTATIO, ADLECTATIONIS] : N coaxing, enticing, encouragement, invitation;

[ADLECTATOR, ADLECTATORIS] : N one who coaxes/entices/attracts/invites/encourages;

[ADLECTO, ADLECTARE, ADLECTAVI, ADLECTATUS] : V entice, allure, encourage, invite;

[ADLECTOR, ADLECTORIS] : N official of a collegium (concerned with dues or admission);

[ADLECTURA, ADLECTURAE] : N office of collector of revenues (colligium allector);

[ADLEGATIO, ADLEGATIONIS] : N allegation, charge; intercession; representation made on behalf of another;

[ADLEGATUS, ADLEGATUS] : N instigation, prompting;

[ADLEGO, ADLEGARE, ADLEGAVI, ADLEGATUS] : V depute/send as agent, commission, put up; suborn; urge/plea, lay before; allege;

[ADLEGO, ADLEGERE, ADLEGI, ADLECTUS] : V choose, admit, elect, recruit, select, appoint;

[ADLENIMENTUM, ADLENIMENTI] : N soothing remedy/relief;

[ADLEVAMENTUM, ADLEVAMENTI] : N mitigation; relief, alleviation;

[ADLEVATIO, ADLEVATIONIS] : N alleviation, easing; relief; lifting up, raising;

[ADLEVATOR, ADLEVATORIS] : N one who lifts/raises up;

[ADLEVIO, ADLEVIARE, ADLEVIAVI, ADLEVIATUS] : V lighten, make light; deal lightly/leniently with; raise up, relieve;

[ADLEVO, ADLEVARE, ADLEVAVI, ADLEVATUS] : V smooth, smooth off, make smooth; polish; depilate;

[ADLEVO, ADLEVARE, ADLEVAVI, ADLEVATUS] : V lift/heap/pile up, raise, exalt; alleviate, diminish, weaken; comfort, console;

[ADLIBENTIA, ADLIBENTIAE] : N inclination (for);

[ADLIBESCO, ADLIBESCERE,] : V be pleasing, gratify; be roused with desire (for);

[ADLICEFACIO, ADLICEFACERE, ADLICEFECI, ADLICEFACTUS] : V entice, allure;

[ADLICIO, ADLICIERE, ADLEXI, ADLECTUS] : V draw gently to, entice, lure, induce (sleep), attract, win over, encourage;

[ADLIDO, ADLIDERE, ADLISI, ADLISUS] : V dash against; crush against, bruise; ruin; shipwreck;

[ADLIGAMENTUM, ADLIGAMENTI] : N band, binding, tie;

[ADLIGATIO, ADLIGATIONIS] : N tying or binding to supports; a bond; band;

[ADLIGATOR, ADLIGATORIS] : N one who ties or binds to a support;

[ADLIGATURA, ADLIGATURAE] : N band, binding;

[ADLIGO, ADLIGARE, ADLIGAVI, ADLIGATUS] : V bind/fetter (to); bandage; hinder, impede, detain; accuse; implicate/involve in;

[ADLINO, ADLINERE, ADLINEVI, ADLINITUS] : V smear/spread/dash over (w/dat); spread out on; adhere to;

[ADLISIO, ADLISIONIS] : N dashing against; striking upon;

[ADLOCUTIO, ADLOCUTIONIS] : N address (spoken/written), manner of address; consolation; harangue, exhortation;

[ADLOQUIUM, ADLOQUI(I)] : N address, addressing, talk; talking to, encouragement, friendly/reassuring words;

[ADLOQUOR, ADLOQUI, -, ADLOCUTUS SUM] : V speak to (friendly); address, harangue, make a speech (to); call on; console;

[ADLUBENTIA, ADLUBENTIAE] : N inclination (for);

[ADLUBESCO, ADLUBESCERE,] : V be pleasing, gratify; be roused with desire (for);

[ADLUCEO, ADLUCERE, ADLUXI] : V shine upon; light (a torch); show/give (opportunity/chance); give/supply light;

[ADLUCTOR, ADLUCTARI, -, ADLUCTATUS SUM] : V wrestle; wrestle with (w/dat);

[ADLUDIO, ADLUDIARE, ADLUDIAVI, ADLUDIATUS] : V play/frolic (with);

[ADLUDO, ADLUDERE, ADLUSI, ADLUSUS] : V frolic/play/sport around/with, play against; jest, make mocking allusion to;

[ADLUO, ADLUERE, ADLUI] : V wash/flow past/near/against, lap; beset; bathe (person) (tears); deposit silt;

[ADLUVIES, ADLUVIEI] : N silt, soil deposited by a river; flood land by a river; lapping of waves;

[ADLUVIES, ADLUVIEI] : N inundation, flood; overflow; superabundance; river deposited silt; floodland;

[ADLUVIO, ADLUVIONIS] : N inundation, flood; overflow; land addition by silt deposition; superabundance;

[ADLUVIUS, ADLUVIA, ADLUVIUM] : ADJ alluvial, from river overflow/deposit;

[ADMATURO, ADMATURARE, ADMATURAVI, ADMATURATUS] : V hasten (an occurrence); bring to maturity, mature, ripen;

[ADMEO, ADMEARE, ADMEAVI, ADMEATUS] : V go to, approach;

[ADMETIOR, ADMETIRI, -, ADMENSUS SUM] : V measure out (to);

[ADMIGRO, ADMIGRARE, ADMIGRAVI, ADMIGRATUS] : V go and live with; go to a place; come to; be added to;

[ADMINICULABUNDUS, ADMINICULABUNDA, ADMINICULABUNDUM] : ADJ self-supporting, supporting one's self;

[ADMINICULATOR, ADMINICULATORIS] : N assistant, supporter; one who supports;

[ADMINICULATUS, ADMINICULATA -UM, ADMINICULATIOR -OR -US, ADMINICULATISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ well stocked; supported; well furnished/provided;

[ADMINICULO, ADMINICULARE, ADMINICULAVI, ADMINICULATUS] : V prop (up), support (with props); support with authority; applied to adverb;

[ADMINICULOR, ADMINICULARI, -, ADMINICULATUS SUM] : V prop (up), support (with props) (vines);

[ADMINICULUM, ADMINICULI] : N prop (vines), pole, stake; support, stay, bulwark; means, aid, tool; auxiliary;

[ADMINICULUM] : assistance, aid.

[ADMINISTER, ADMINISTRI] : N assistant, helper, supporter; one at hand to help, attendant; priest, minister;

[ADMINISTRA, ADMINISTRAE] : N assistant (female), helper, supporter, servant; handmaiden, attendant;

[ADMINISTRATIO, ADMINISTRATIONIS] : N administration; assistance; execution, operation, management, care of affairs;

[ADMINISTRATIO] : giving of help, administration, government.

[ADMINISTRATIVUS, ADMINISTRATIVA, ADMINISTRATIVUM] : ADJ practical; suitable for the administration of;

[ADMINISTRATOR, ADMINISTRATORIS] : N director, manager; one who is in charge of an operation;

[ADMINISTRATORIUS, ADMINISTRATORIA, ADMINISTRATORIUM] : ADJ performing the duties of an assistant/helper; serving, ministering;

[ADMINISTRO, ADMINISTRARE, ADMINISTRAVI, ADMINISTRATUS] : V administer, manage, direct; assist; operate, conduct; maneuver (ship); bestow;

[ADMINISTRO] : to guide, serve (food).

[ADMIRABILIS, ADMIRABILIS, ADMIRABILE] : ADJ admirable, wonderful; strange, astonishing, remarkable; paradoxical, contrary;

[ADMIRABILITAS, ADMIRABILITATIS] : N wonderful character, remarkableness; admiration, wonder;

[ADMIRABILITER] : ADV admirably, astonishingly, in a wonderful/wondrous manner; paradoxically;

[ADMIRANDUS, ADMIRANDA, ADMIRANDUM] : ADJ wonderful, admirable; astonishing, remarkable, extraordinary;

[ADMIRANTER] : ADV admiringly, with admiration;

[ADMIRATIO, ADMIRATIONIS] : N wonder, surprise, astonishment; admiration, veneration, regard; marvel;

[ADMIRATIO] : wonder, astonishment, surprise, admiration.

[ADMIRATOR, ADMIRATORIS] : N admirer; one who venerates;

[ADMIROR, ADMIRARI, -, ADMIRATUS SUM] : V admire, respect; regard with wonder, wonder at; be surprised at, be astonished;

[ADMIROR] : to wonder at, admire, marvel at, be astonished at.

[ADMIROR] : to wonder at, admire, marvel at.

[ADMISCEO, ADMISCERE, ADMISCUI, ADMIXTUS] : V mix, mix together; involve; add an ingredient to; contaminate; confuse, mix up;

[ADMISCEO, ADMISCERE, ADMISCUI, ADMISTUS] : V mix, mix together; involve; add an ingredient to; contaminate; confuse, mix up;

[ADMISSARIUS, ADMISSARII] : N stallion/he-ass, stud; sodomite;

[ADMISSARIUS, ADMISSARIA, ADMISSARIUM] : ADJ kept for breeding (male animals), on stud;

[ADMISSIO, ADMISSIONIS] : N getting in, audience, interview; application (medical); mating (animals);

[ADMISSIONALIS, ADMISSIONALIS] : N one who introduces/announces at audience; privy chamber usher; seneschal;

[ADMISSIVUS, ADMISSIVA, ADMISSIVUM] : ADJ permitting/favorable (birds of omen approving of action in question);

[ADMISSOR, ADMISSORIS] : N perpetrator; one who allows himself to do a thing;

[ADMISSUM, ADMISSI] : N crime, offense;

[ADMISSURA, ADMISSURAE] : N breeding, generation; copulation/mating of domestic animals, service;

[ADMISSUS, ADMISSUS] : N admission, letting in;

[ADMISTIO, ADMISTIONIS] : N mixture, admixture, mingling;

[ADMISTUS, ADMISTUS] : N mixture, admixture, mingling;

[ADMITTO, ADMITTERE, ADMISI, ADMISSUS] : V urge on, put to a gallop; let in, admit, receive; grant, permit, let go;

[ADMITTO] : to admit, receive.

[ADMIXTIO, ADMIXTIONIS] : N mixture, admixture, mingling;

[ADMIXTUS, ADMIXTA, ADMIXTUM] : ADJ mixed; contaminated; not simple; confused;

[ADMIXTUS, ADMIXTUS] : N mixture, admixture, mingling;

[ADMODERATE] : ADV comfortably; suitably;

[ADMODEROR, ADMODERARI,] : V control (w/dat); keep within limits; moderate;

[ADMODULOR, ADMODULARI, -, ADMODULATUS SUM] : V harmonize/accord with;

[ADMODUM] : ADV very, exceedingly, greatly, quite; excessively; just so; certainly, completely;

[ADMOENIO, ADMOENIRE, ADMOENIVI, ADMOENITUS] : V bring (siege engine) into operation, draw near the walls; besiege, invest;

[ADMOLIOR, ADMOLIRI, -, ADMOLITUS SUM] : V struggle, exert oneself (to); put one's hand on object/task; lay violent hands;

[ADMONEFACIO, ADMONEFACERE, ADMONEFECI, ADMONEFACTUS] : V admonish;

[ADMONEO, ADMONERE, ADMONUI, ADMONITUS] : V admonish, remind, prompt; suggest, advise, raise; persuade, urge; warn, caution;

[ADMONEO] : admonish, advise.

[ADMONEO] : to urge or incite to action.

[ADMONITIO, ADMONITIONIS] : N act of reminding; reminder, recurring symptom; warning, advice; rebuke;

[ADMONITIO] : warning, reminder. (insult ; Herimann, p. 282).

[ADMONITOR, ADMONITORIS] : N admonisher; exhorter; one who reminds;

[ADMONITORIUM, ADMONITORII] : N admonition;

[ADMONITRIX, ADMONITRICIS] : N monitor (female); she that admonishers/reminds;

[ADMONITUM, ADMONITI] : N warning; reminder; reminding; advice; admonition;

[ADMONITUS, ADMONITUS] : N advice, recommendation; admonition, warning; command (animal); reminder; reproof

[ADMORDEO, ADMORDERE, ADMORDI, ADMORSUS] : V bite at/into, gnaw; extract money from; fleece; get possession of their property

[ADMORSUS, ADMORSA, ADMORSUM] : ADJ bitten, gnawed;

[ADMORSUS, ADMORSUS] : N bite, biting, gnawing;

[ADMOTIO, ADMOTIONIS] : N act of moving towards/on to; application;

[ADMOVEO, ADMOVERE, ADMOVI, ADMOTUS] : V move up, bring up/near; lean on, conduct; draw near, approach; apply, add;

[ADMOVEO] : to move to, bring up, apply.

[ADMUGIO, ADMUGIRE,] : V low (to); bellow (to); (like a bull);

[ADMULCO, ADMULCARE,] : V stroke;

[ADMURMURATIO, ADMURMURATIONIS] : N murmur of comment; murmuring;

[ADMURMURO, ADMURMURARE, ADMURMURAVI, ADMURMURATUS] : V murmur in protest or approval; murmur at;

[ADMURMUROR, ADMURMURARI, -, ADMURMURATUS SUM] : V murmur in protest or approval; murmur at;

[ADMUTILO, ADMUTILARE, ADMUTILAVI, ADMUTILATUS] : V cut/clip close; shave; fleece, cheat, defraud;

[ADN] : try searching under ann.

[ADNARRO, ADNARRARE, ADNARRAVI, ADNARRATUS] : V tell/relate (to);

[ADNATO, ADNATARE, ADNATAVI, ADNATATUS] : V swim to/up to; swim beside/alongside;

[ADNAVIGO, ADNAVIGARE, ADNAVIGAVI, ADNAVIGATUS] : V sail to/up to/towards; sail beside/alongside;

[ADNECTO, ADNECTERE, ADNEXUI, ADNEXUS] : V tie on/to, tie up (ship); bind to; fasten on; attach, connect, join, annex;

[ADNEGO, ADNEGARE, ADNEGAVI, ADNEGATUS] : V refuse; withhold;

[ADNEPOS, ADNEPOTIS] : N great-great-great-grandson;

[ADNEPTIS, ADNEPTIS] : N great-great-great-granddaughter;

[ADNEXIO, ADNEXIONIS] : N tying/binding to, connecting; annexation;

[ADNEXUS, ADNEXA, ADNEXUM] : ADJ attached, linked, joined; contiguous (to); related by blood; concerned;

[ADNEXUS, ADNEXUS] : N tying/binding/fastening/attaching (to), connecting; connection] : annexation;

[ADNICTO, ADNICTARE, ADNICTAVI, ADNICTATUS] : V wink to/at; blink at;

[ADNIHILO, ADNIHILARE, ADNIHILAVI, ADNIHILATUS] : V annihilate, destroy, demolish, ruin, bring to nothing;

[ADNIHILO] : to bring to nothing, annihilate, demolish.

[ADNILILO, ADNILILARE, ADNILILAVI, ADNILILATUS] : V annihilate, bring to nothing;

[ADNITOR, ADNITI, -, ADNIXUS SUM] : V lean/rest upon, support oneself, (w/genibus) kneel; strive, work, exert, try;

[ADNITOR, ADNITI, -, ADNISUS SUM] : V lean/rest upon, support oneself, (w/genibus) kneel; strive, work, exert, try;

[ADNIUS, ADNIUS] : N striving; exertion;

[ADNIXUS, ADNIXA, ADNIXUM] : ADJ vehement, strenuous;

[ADNO, ADNARE, ADNAVI, ADNATUS] : V swim to/towards, approach by swimming; sail to/towards; brought by sea (goods);

[ADNODO, ADNODARE, ADNODAVI, ADNODATUS] : V cut (a shoot) right back, cut flush; cut off knots, cut away suckers;

[ADNOMENTUM, ADNOMENTI] : N nickname, an additional name denoting an achievement/characteristic;

[ADNOMINATIO, ADNOMINATIONIS] : N punning/pun; linking two words of different meaning but like sound, paronomasia;

[ADNOTAMENTUM, ADNOTAMENTI] : N note, comment, remark, annotation;

[ADNOTATIO, ADNOTATIONIS] : N note or comment; writing/making notes; notice; rescript of emperor by his hand;

[ADNOTATIUNCULA, ADNOTATIUNCULAE] : N short note/comment; brief annotation;

[ADNOTATOR, ADNOTATORIS] : N one who makes notes, note taker; observer; controller of the annual income (jur)

[ADNOTATUS, ADNOTATI] : N person officially announced as "wanted", wanted man;

[ADNOTATUS, ADNOTATUS] : N notice, noting, remark, mention;

[ADNOTO, ADNOTARE, ADNOTAVI, ADNOTATUS] : V note/jot down, notice, become aware; mark, annotate; record, state; designate;

[ADNUBILO, ADNUBILARE, ADNUBILAVI, ADNUBILATUS] : V bring up clouds (against);

[ADNULLO, ADNULLARE, ADNULLAVI, ADNULLATUS] : V annihilate, obliterate, destroy; annul (eccl.);

[ADNUMERATIO, ADNUMERATIONIS] : N numbering, counting, enumeration;

[ADNUMERO, ADNUMERARE, ADNUMERAVI, ADNUMERATUS] : V count (in/out), pay; reckon (time); enumerate, run through; classify as; add;

[ADNUNTIALIS, ADNUNTIALIS, ADNUNTIALE] : ADJ proclamatory;

[ADNUNTIATIO, ADNUNTIATIONIS] : N annunciation/announcement, declaration; message; prediction/prophecy; preaching;

[ADNUNTIATOR, ADNUNTIATORIS] : N announcer, herald, one who announces; prophet (souter); preacher;

[ADNUNTIATRIX, ADNUNTIATRICIS] : N announcer, preacher, one who announces; prophetess (f) (souter);

[ADNUNTIO, ADNUNTIARE, ADNUNTIAVI, ADNUNTIATUS] : V announce, say, make known; report, bring news; prophesy/announce before; preach;

[ADNUNTIUS, ADNUNTIA, ADNUNTIUM] : ADJ announcer, that brings news/announces/makes known;

[ADNUO, ADNUERE, ADNUI, ADNUTUS] : V designate by a nod; indicate, declare; nod assent; smile on; agree to, grant;

[ADNUO] : to nod assent.

[ADNUTO, ADNUTARE, ADNUTAVI, ADNUTATUS] : V nod (to); order/assent to by a nod; bow to;

[ADNUTRIO, ADNUTRIRE,] : V train (on);

[ADOBRUO, ADOBRUERE, ADOBRUI, ADOBRUTUS] : V cover over with earth, bury;

[ADOLEFACTUS, ADOLEFACTA, ADOLEFACTUM] : ADJ set on fire, kindled;

[ADOLEO, ADOLERE, ADOLUI, ADOLULTUS] : V worship, make/burn sacrifice/offerings; cremate; destroy/treat by fire/heat;

[ADOLEO, ADOLERE,] : V emit/give out a smell/odor;

[ADOLESCENS, ADOLESCENTIS (GEN.), ADOLESCENTIOR -OR -US, ADOLESCENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ young, youthful; "minor" (in reference to the younger of two having same name);

[ADOLESCENS, ADOLESCENTIS] : N young man, youth; youthful person; young woman/girl;

[ADOLESCENS] : young man, coming to maturity,.

[ADOLESCENTIA, ADOLESCENTIAE] : N youth, young manhood; characteristic of being young, youthfulness; the young;

[ADOLESCENTIOR, ADOLESCENTIARI, -, ADOLESCENTIATUS SUM] : V behave in a youthful manner;

[ADOLESCENTULA, ADOLESCENTULAE] : N young woman; very young woman; 'my child';

[ADOLESCENTULUS, ADOLESCENTULI] : N young man; mere youth;

[ADOLESCENTULUS, ADOLESCENTULA, ADOLESCENTULUM] : ADJ very youthful, quite young;

[ADOLESCENTURIO, ADOLESCENTURIRE,] : V want to behave in a youthful manner;

[ADOLESCO, ADOLESCERE, ADOLEVI, ADULTUS] : V grow up, mature, reach manhood/peak; become established/strong; grow, increase;

[ADOLESCO, ADOLESCERE, ADOLUI, ADULTUS] : V grow up, mature, reach manhood/peak; become established/strong; grow, increase;

[ADOLESCO, ADOLESCERE,] : V burn, blaze up, flame, be kindled; (of a sacrifice);

[ADOLOR, ADOLARI, -, ADOLATUS SUM] : V fawn upon (as a dog); flatter (in a servile manner), court; make obeisance (to;

[ADOMINATIO, ADOMINATIONIS] : N good/favorable omen;

[ADONIUM, ADONII] : N species of southernwood (flower of golden color or blood-red);

[ADOPERIO, ADOPERIRE, ADOPERUI, ADOPERTUS] : V cover, cover over;

[ADOPERTE] : ADV covertly, in a dark/mysterious manner;

[ADOPERTUM, ADOPERTI] : N religious secrets (pl.), mysteries;

[ADOPERTUS, ADOPERTA, ADOPERTUM] : ADJ covered, overspread; clothed; veiled, disguised, hiding; shut, closed;

[ADOPINOR, ADOPINARI, -, ADOPINATUS SUM] : V conjecture/surmise/opine/think/suppose (further);

[ADOPTATA, ADOPTATAE] : N adopted daughter;

[ADOPTATICIA, ADOPTATICIAE] : N adopted daughter;

[ADOPTATICIUS, ADOPTATICII] : N adopted son;

[ADOPTATICIUS, ADOPTATICIA, ADOPTATICIUM] : ADJ adopted (into a family); (as a son/daughter);

[ADOPTATIO, ADOPTATIONIS] : N adoption of a child; adoption into a family (roman custom);

[ADOPTATOR, ADOPTATORIS] : N one who adopts a child;

[ADOPTATUS, ADOPTATI] : N adopted son;

[ADOPTIO, ADOPTIONIS] : N adoption of a child; adoption into a family; grafting (plant);

[ADOPTIVUS, ADOPTIVA, ADOPTIVUM] : ADJ adoptive, obtained by adoption; formed by grafting;

[ADOPTO, ADOPTARE, ADOPTAVI, ADOPTATUS] : V adopt, select, secure, pick out; wish/name for oneself; adopt legally;

[ADOPTO] : to wish for oneself, adopt, select, pick out.

[ADOR, ADORIS] : N coarse grain; emmer wheat; spelt;

[ADORABILIS, ADORABILIS, ADORABILE] : ADJ worthy of adoration/veneration;

[ADORATIO, ADORATIONIS] : N act of worship or prayer;

[ADORATOR, ADORATORIS] : N worshipper, adorer, one who worships/prays/reverences;

[ADORDINO, ADORDINARE, ADORDINAVI, ADORDINATUS] : V set in order, arrange;

[ADOREA, ADOREAE] : N prize of value; (anciently, a gift of grain);

[ADOREUM, ADOREI] : N emmer wheat, spelt;

[ADOREUS, ADOREA, ADOREUM] : ADJ pertaining to/consisting of emmer wheat/spelt;

[ADORIA, ADORIAE] : N glory, distinction;

[ADORIO, ADORIRE, -, ADORITUS] : V improperly influence; undertake/try/attempt/come to grips; begin/set to work;

[ADORIO, ADORIRE, -, ADORITUS] : V assail/assault/attack, rise against (military/political/plague); accost/address;

[ADORIOR, ADORIRI, -, ADORTUS SUM] : V improperly influence; undertake/try/attempt/come to grips; begin/set to work;

[ADORIOR, ADORIRI, -, ADORTUS SUM] : V assail/assault/attack, rise against (military/political/plague); accost/address;

[ADORIOSUS, ADORIOSA, ADORIOSUM] : ADJ celebrated, that has often obtained the adorea - prize;

[ADORIUM, ADORII] : N emmer wheat, spelt;

[ADORNATE] : ADV elegantly, in a polished manner;

[ADORNO, ADORNARE, ADORNAVI, ADORNATUS] : V equip, get ready, prepare; set off; adorn, array, embellish; honor, endow;

[ADORNO] : to equip, furnish, embellish.

[ADORO, ADORARE, ADORAVI, ADORATUS] : V honor, worship, pay homage, reverence, adore; beg, plead with, appeal to;

[ADOSCULOR, ADOSCULARI, -, ADOSCULATUS SUM] : V give a kiss to;

[ADPAGINECULUS, ADPAGINECULI] : N kind of decorative attachment (archit.);

[ADPALIS, ADPALIS, ADPALE] : ADJ greasy, fatty; of/with fat/grease;

[ADPANGO, ADPANGERE, ADPEGI, ADPACTUS] : V fasten to;

[ADPARAMENTUM, ADPARAMENTI] : N preparation, preparing; that which is prepared;

[ADPARATE, ADPARATIUS, ADPARATISSIME] : ADV sumptuously;

[ADPARATIO, ADPARATIONIS] : N careful preparation; task/act of providing; provisions; designing, construction;

[ADPARATOR, ADPARATORIS] : N official who sacrifices to the magna mater;

[ADPARATORIUM, ADPARATORII] : N place/room where preparations were made for sacrifice;

[ADPARATRIX, ADPARATRICIS] : N she who prepares (sacrifices);

[ADPARATUS, ADPARATA -UM, ADPARATIOR -OR -US, ADPARATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ prepared, equipped, ready; splendid, elaborate, well-appointed; labored;

[ADPARATUS, ADPARATUS] : N preparation; instruments, equipment, supplies, stock; splendor, pomp, trappings;

[ADPARENS, (GEN.), ADPARENTIS] : ADJ exposed to the air; exposed to view, visible; perceptible, audible; apparent;

[ADPARENTIA, ADPARENTIAE] : N becoming visible, appearing, appearance; external appearance;

[ADPAREO, ADPARERE, ADPARUI, ADPARITUS] : V appear; be evident/visible/noticed/found; show up, occur; serve (w/dat);

[ADPARESCO, ADPARESCERE,] : V begin to appear;

[ADPARET, ADPARERE, ADPARIT] : V it is apparent/evident/clear/certain/visible/noticeable/found; it appears;

[ADPARIO, ADPARERE,] : V acquire, gain in addition;

[ADPARITIO, ADPARITIONIS] : N service, attendance; servants, attendants; provision, supplying, preparation;

[ADPARITOR, ADPARITORIS] : N civil servant; lictor, clerk; attendant on a magistrate;

[ADPARITORIUS, ADPARITORIA, ADPARITORIUM] : ADJ of/for an apparitor (civil servant; lictor, clerk; attendant on a magistrate);

[ADPARITURA, ADPARITURAE] : N attendance on a magistrate, (civil) service;

[ADPARO, ADPARARE, ADPARAVI, ADPARATUS] : V prepare, fit out, make ready, equip, provide; attempt; organize (a project);

[ADPECTORO, ADPECTORARE, ADPECTORAVI, ADPECTORATUS] : V press/clasp to the breast;

[ADPELLATIO, ADPELLATIONIS] : N appeal (to higher authority); name, term; noun; title, rank; pronunciation;

[ADPELLATIVUS, ADPELLATIVA, ADPELLATIVUM] : ADJ of the nature of a noun, nominal; appellative, belonging to a species (l+s);

[ADPELLATOR, ADPELLATORIS] : N appellant, one who appeals;

[ADPELLATORIUS, ADPELLATORIA, ADPELLATORIUM] : ADJ of/used in appeals;

[ADPELLITO, ADPELLITARE, ADPELLITAVI, ADPELLITATUS] : V call or name (frequently or habitually);

[ADPELLO, ADPELLARE, ADPELLAVI, ADPELLATUS] : V call (upon); address; dun; solicit; appeal (to); bring to court; accuse; name;

[ADPELLO, ADPELLERE, ADPULI, ADPULSUS] : V drive to, move up, bring along, force towards; put ashore at, land (a ship);

[ADPENDEO, ADPENDERE, ADPENDI] : V to be pending;

[ADPENDICULA, ADPENDICULAE] : N small addition/appendix/annex; appendage;

[ADPENDICUM, ADPENDICI] : N appendage;

[ADPENDIX, ADPENDICIS] : N appendix, supplement, annex; appendage, adjunct; hanger on; barberry bush/fruit;

[ADPENDO, ADPENDERE, ADPENDI, ADPENSUS] : V weigh out; pay/give out; hang, cause to be suspended;

[ADPENSOR, ADPENSORIS] : N weigher, he who weighs out;

[ADPERTINEO, ADPERTINERE, ADPERTINUI] : V belong to, appertain to; (w/dat or ad);

[ADPETENS, ADPENTIS (GEN.), ADPENTIOR -OR -US, ADPENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ eager/greedy for (w/gen), desirous of; avaricious, greedy, covetous;

[ADPETENTER] : ADV greedily, avidly;

[ADPETENTIA, ADPETENTIAE] : N desire, longing after, appetite for;

[ADPETIBILIS, ADPETIBILIS, ADPETIBILE] : ADJ be sought after, desirable;

[ADPETISSO, ADPETISSERE,] : V seek eagerly after;

[ADPETITIO, ADPETITIONIS] : N desire, appetite; action of trying to reach/grasp, stretching out for; grasping;

[ADPETITOR, ADPETITORIS] : N one who has a desire/liking for (something);

[ADPETITUS, ADPETITUS] : N appetite, desire; esp. natural/instinctive desire;

[ADPETO, ADPERONIS] : N one who is covetous;

[ADPETO, ADPETERE, ADPETIVI, ADPETITUS] : V seek/grasp after, desire; assail; strive eagerly/long for; approach, near;

[ADPICISCOR, ADPICISCI,] : V bargain?;

[ADPINGO, ADPINGERE,] : V fasten/join to;

[ADPINGO, ADPINGERE,] : V paint upon or beside; add in writing/painting; add something (to verbal picture;

[ADPLAUDO, ADPLAUDERE, ADPLAUSI, ADPLAUSUS] : V strike together; clap, applaud; strike, slap; dash to the ground (w/terrae);

[ADPLAUSOR, ADPLAUSORIS] : N one expressing agreement/approval/pleasure/satisfaction by clapping hands;

[ADPLAUSUS, ADPLAUSUS] : N flapping/beating of wings;

[ADPLEX, (GEN.), ADPLICIS] : ADJ closely joined/attached to;

[ADPLICATIO, ADPLICATIONIS] : N application, inclination; joining, attaching; attachment of client to patron;

[ADPLICATUS, ADPLICATA, ADPLICATUM] : ADJ situated close (to town w/dat); clinging to (side of hill); devoted (to);

[ADPLICO, ADPLICARE, ADPLICUI, ADPLICITUS] : V connect, place near, bring into contact; land (ship); adapt; apply/devote to;

[ADPLICO, ADPLICARE, ADPLICAVI, ADPLICATUS] : V connect, place near, bring into contact; land (ship); adapt; apply/devote to;

[ADPLODO, ADPLODERE, ADPLOSI, ADPLOSUS] : V strike together; clap, applaud; strike, slap; dash to the ground (w/terrae);

[ADPLORO, ADPLORARE, ADPLORAVI, ADPLORATUS] : V lament, weep at/on account of; deplore (a thing);

[ADPLUDA, ADPLUDAE] : N chaff;

[ADPLUMBATOR, ADPLUMBATORIS] : N solderer;

[ADPLUMBO, ADPLUMBARE, ADPLUMBAVI, ADPLUMBATUS] : V solder, solder on, affix by soldering, close/seal by soldering/with solder;

[ADPONO, ADPONERE, ADPOSUI, ADPOSITUS] : V place near, set before/on table, serve up; put/apply/add to; appoint/assign;

[ADPORRECTUS, ADPORRECTA, ADPORRECTUM] : ADJ stretched out near/beside;

[ADPORTATIO, ADPORTATIONIS] : N conveyance to, carrying to;

[ADPORTO, ADPORTARE, ADPORTAVI, ADPORTATUS] : V carry/convey/bring (to); import; present (play); bring (news); make one's way;

[ADPOSCO, ADPOSCERE,] : V demand in addition;

[ADPOSITE] : ADV in a manner suited (to); suitably, appositely;

[ADPOSITIO, ADPOSITIONIS] : N comparison, action of comparing;

[ADPOSITUM, ADPOSITI] : N adjective, epithet;

[ADPOSITUS, ADPOSITA -UM, ADPOSITIOR -OR -US, ADPOSITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ adjacent, near, accessible, akin; opposite; fit, appropriate, apt; based upon;

[ADPOSITUS, ADPOSITUS] : N application (of medicine);

[ADPOSTULO, ADPOSTULARE, ADPOSTULAVI, ADPOSTULATUS] : V beg/entreaty/solicit importunately/persistently/troublesomely/pressingly;

[ADPOTUS, ADPOTA, ADPOTUM] : ADJ drunk, intoxicated;

[ADPRECOR, ADPRECARI, -, ADPRECATUS SUM] : V address prayer to, pray to , invoke, beseech;

[ADPREHENDO, ADPREHENDERE, ADPREHENDI, ADPREHENSUS] : V seize (upon), grasp, cling to, lay hold of; apprehend; embrace; overtake;

[ADPREHENSIBIL, (GEN.), ADPREHENSIBILIS] : ADJ intelligible, understandable, that can be understood;

[ADPREHENSIO, ADPREHENSIONIS] : N seizing upon, laying hold of; apprehension, understanding;

[ADPRENDO, ADPRENDERE, ADPRENDI, ADPRENSUS] : V seize (upon), grasp, cling to, lay hold of; apprehend; embrace; overtake;

[ADPRENSO, ADPRENSARE, ADPRENSAVI, ADPRENSATUS] : V snatch at;

[ADPRETIO, ADPRETIARE, ADPRETIAVI, ADPRETIATUS] : V value, set/estimate a price, appraise; purchase, buy; appropriate to one's self;

[ADPRIME] : ADV SUPER to the highest degree, to a high degree, extremely, especially, very;

[ADPRIMO, ADPRIMERE, ADPRESSI, ADPRESSUS] : V press on/to; clench (the teeth);

[ADPRIMUS, ADPRIMA, ADPRIMUM] : ADJ the very first, most excellent;

[ADPROBATIO, ADPROBATIONIS] : N approbation, giving approval; proof, confirmation; decision;

[ADPROBATOR, ADPROBATORIS] : N one who approves;

[ADPROBE] : ADV excellently;

[ADPROBO, ADPROBARE, ADPROBAVI, ADPROBATUS] : V approve, commend, endorse; prove; confirm; justify; allow; make good;

[ADPROBUS, ADPROBA, ADPROBUM] : ADJ excellent, worthy;

[ADPROMISSOR, ADPROMISSORIS] : N one who promises/gives security on behalf of another;

[ADPROMITTO, ADPROMITTERE, ADPROMISI, ADPROMISSUS] : V promise in addition (to another), promise also;

[ADPRONO, ADPRONARE, ADPRONAVI, ADPRONATUS] : V lean forwards;

[ADPROPERO, ADPROPERARE, ADPROPERAVI, ADPROPERATUS] : V hasten, hurry, come hastily, make haste; accelerate, speed up;

[ADPROPINQUATIO, ADPROPINQUATIONIS] : N approach, drawing near;

[ADPROPINQUO, ADPROPINQUARE, ADPROPINQUAVI, ADPROPINQUATUS] : V approach (w/dat or ad+acc); come near to, draw near/nigh (space/time); be close;

[ADPROPINQUO] : to draw near, approach, near.

[ADPROPIO, ADPROPIARE, ADPROPIAVI, ADPROPIATUS] : V approach (w/dat or ad+acc); come near to, draw near/nigh (space/time); be close;

[ADPROPRIATIO, ADPROPRIATIONIS] : N appropriation, making one's own; (~ ciborum => making flesh/blood of food);

[ADPROPRIO, ADPROPRIARE, ADPROPRIAVI, ADPROPRIATUS] : V appropriate, make one's own;

[ADPROXIMO, ADPROXIMARE, ADPROXIMAVI, ADPROXIMATUS] : V be/draw/come close/near to, approach;

[ADPUGNO, ADPUGNARE, ADPUGNAVI, ADPUGNATUS] : V attack, assault;

[ADPULSUS, ADPULSUS] : N bringing/driving to (cattle) (/right to); landing; approach; influence, impact;

[ADQUE] : CONJ and, as well as, as soon as; together with; and even; and too/also/now; yet;

[ADQUI] : CONJ but, yet, notwithstanding, however, rather, well/but now; and yet, still;

[ADQUIESCO, ADQUIESCERE, ADQUIEVI, ADQUIETUS] : V lie with (w/cum), rest, relax; repose (in death); acquiesce, assent; subside;

[ADQUIESCO, ADQUIESCERE, ADQUISEVI, ADQUISETUS] : V become quiet, come to rest, rest, relax; be at rest, have peace; be content;

[ADQUIN] : CONJ but, yet, notwithstanding, however, rather, well/but now; and yet, still;

[ADQUIRO, ADQUIRERE, ADQUISIVI, ADQUISITUS] : V acquire besides/in addition, obtain, gain, win, get; add to stock; accrue;

[ADQUISITIO, ADQUISITIONIS] : N acquisition; additional source of supply;

[ADQUISITRIX, ADQUISITRICIS] : N acquirer (female);

[ADQUISITUS, ADQUISITA, ADQUISITUM] : ADJ strained, recherche;

[ADQUO] : ADV how far, as far as, as much as;

[ADRACHNE, ADRACHNES] : N wild strawberry tree;

[ADRADO, ADRADARE, ADRASI, ADRASUS] : V shave close; scrape, pare, trim; fleece;

[ADRALIS, ADRALIS, ADRALE] : ADJ of a pledge/security;

[ADRECTARIUM, ADRECTARI(I)] : N vertical post, upright;

[ADRECTARIUS, ADRECTARIA, ADRECTARIUM] : ADJ erect, in an erect position, perpendicular;

[ADRECTUS, ADRECTA -UM, ADRECTIOR -OR -US, ADRECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ erect, perpendicular, upright, standing; steep, precipitous; excited, eager;

[ADREMIGO, ADREMIGARE, ADREMIGAVI, ADREMIGATUS] : V row up to/towards;

[ADREPO, ADREPERE, ADREPSI, ADREPTUS] : V creep/move stealthily towards, steal up; feel one's way, worm one's way (trust);

[ADREPTICIUS, ADREPTICIA, ADREPTICIUM] : ADJ seized (in mind), inspired; raving, delirious;

[ADREPTIUS, ADREPTIA, ADREPTIUM] : ADJ seized (in mind), inspired; raving, delirious;

[ADRIDEO, ADRIDERE, ADRISI, ADRISUS] : V smile at/upon; please, be pleasing/satisfactory (to); be/seem familiar (to);

[ADRIGO, ADRIGARE, ADRIGAVI, ADRIGATUS] : V water (plants), moisten the soil around;

[ADRIGO, ADRIGERE, ADREXI, ADRECTUS] : V set upright, tilt upwards, stand on end, raise; become sexually excited/aroused;

[ADRIPIO, ADRIPERE, ADRIPUI, ADREPTUS] : V take hold of; seize (hand/tooth/claw), snatch; arrest; assail; pick up, absorb;

[ADRISIO, ADRISIONIS] : N smile of approval; action of smiling (at/on);

[ADRISOR, ADRISORIS] : N one who smiles (at a person), smiler; flatterer, fawner (l+s);

[ADRODO, ADRODERE, ADROSI, ADROSUS] : V gnaw/nibble (away part); erode, eat away(disease/chemicals). wash away (water);

[ADROGANS, (GEN.), ADROGANTIS] : ADJ arrogant, insolent, overbearing; conceited; presumptuous, assuming;

[ADROGANTER, ADROGENTIUS, ADROGENTISSIME] : ADV insolently, arrogantly, haughtily; presumptuously; in a conceited manner;

[ADROGANTIA, ADROGANTIAE] : N insolence, arrogance, conceit, haughtiness; presumption;

[ADROGATIO, ADROGATIONIS] : N act of adopting a adult as son homo sui juris (vs. in potestate parentis);

[ADROGATOR, ADROGATORIS] : N one who adopts a adult as son by arrogatio (homo sui juris);

[ADROGO, ADROGARE, ADROGAVI, ADROGATUS] : V adopt (an adult) as one's son (esp. at his instance);

[ADROGO, ADROGARE, ADROGAVI, ADROGATUS] : V ask, question; arrogate to one's self, claim, make undue claim; confer (upon);

[ADRORO, ADRORARE, ADRORAVI, ADRORATUS] : V moisten, bedew;

[ADROSOR, ADROSORIS] : N one who nibbles/gnaws at;

[ADROTANS, (GEN.), ADROTANTIS] : ADJ in a winding/circular motion, turning; wavering;

[ADRUMETINUS, ADRUMETINI] : N andrumetine, inhabitant of andrumetum/hadrumetum (city in africa/byzacane);

[ADRUMETINUS, ADRUMETINA, ADRUMETINUM] : ADJ andrumetine, of/from andrumetum/hadrumetum (city of africa propria/byzacene);

[ADRUMETUM, ADRUMETI] : N andrumetum/hadrumetum (city of africa propria, capital of province byzacene);

[ADRUMETUS, ADRUMETI] : N andrumetum/hadrumetum (city of africa propria, capital of province byzacene);

[ADRUO, ADRUERE, ADRUI, ADRUTUS] : V heap up (earth); cover (with earth), bury;

[ADSCENDES, (GEN.), ADSCENDENTIS] : ADJ of/for climbing (machine); enabling one to climb;

[ADSCENDIBILIS, ADSCENDIBILIS, ADSCENDIBILE] : ADJ climbable, that can be climbed;

[ADSCENDO, ADSCENDERE, ADSCENDI, ADSCENSUS] : V climb; go/climb up; mount, scale; mount up, embark; rise, ascend, move upward;

[ADSCENSIO, ADSCENSIONIS] : N ascent; progress, advancement; rising series/flight of stairs; soaring;

[ADSCENSOR, ADSCENSORIS] : N one who ascends/rises; one who mounts a horse/chariot, rider, charioteer;

[ADSCENSUS, ADSCENSUS] : N ascent; act of scaling (walls); approach; a stage/step in advancement; height;

[ADSCESSIO, ADSCESSIONIS] : N removal; loss, separation, going away; diminution;

[ADSCIO, ADSCIRE,] : V take to/up; associate, admit; adopt as one's own; take upon (general's) staff;

[ADSCISCO, ADSCISCERE, ADSCIVI, ADSCITUS] : V adopt, assume; receive, admit, approve of, associate; take over, claim;

[ADSCITUS, ADSCITA, ADSCITUM] : ADJ derived, assumed; foreign;

[ADSCITUS, ADSCITUS] : N acceptance, reception;

[ADSCRIBO, ADSCRIBERE, ADSCRIPSI, ADSCRIPTUS] : V add/state in writing, insert; appoint; enroll, enfranchise; reckon, number;

[ADSCRIPTICIUS, ADSCRIPTICIA, ADSCRIPTICIUM] : ADJ enrolled in addition (as citizen/soldier);

[ADSCRIPTIO, ADSCRIPTIONIS] : N addendum, addition in writing;

[ADSCRIPTIVUS, ADSCRIPTIVA, ADSCRIPTIVUM] : ADJ enrolled in addition (as a soldier), supernumerary;

[ADSCRIPTOR, ADSCRIPTORIS] : N seconder, supporter, countersigner, one adding name to document as approving;

[ADSECLA, ADSECLAE] : N follower; attendant, servant; hanger-on, sycophant, creature;

[ADSECTATIO, ADSECTATIONIS] : N waiting on, attendance; support (in canvassing); study, research;

[ADSECTATOR, ADSECTATORIS] : N follower, companion, attendant; disciple; researcher, student, one who seeks;

[ADSECTOR, ADSECTARI, -, ADSECTATUS SUM] : V accompany, attend, escort; support, be an adherent, follow; court (fame);

[ADSECUE] : ADV attentively, closely;

[ADSECULA, ADSECULAE] : N follower; attendant, servant; hanger-on, sycophant, creature;

[ADSECUTOR, ADSECUTORIS] : N attendant;

[ADSEDO, ADSEDONIS] : N assessor, counselor, one who sits by to give advice;

[ADSELLOR, ADSELLARI, -, ADSELLATUS SUM] : V defecate, void;

[ADSENESCO, ADSENESCERE,] : V become old (to any thing);

[ADSENSIO, ADSENSIONIS] : N assent, agreement, belief; approval, approbation, applause;

[ADSENSOR, ADSENSORIS] : N one who agrees or approves;

[ADSENSUS, ADSENSUS] : N assent, agreement, belief; approval, approbation, applause;

[ADSENTATIO, ADSENTATIONIS] : N assent, agreement; flattery, toadyism, flattering agreement/compliance;

[ADSENTATIUNCULA, ADSENTATIUNCULAE] : N piece of flattery; petty/trivial flattery; (l+s);

[ADSENTATOR, ADSENTATORIS] : N yes-man, flatterer, toady;

[ADSENTATORIE] : ADV like a flatterer; fawningly, in a flattering manner;

[ADSENTATRIX, ADSENTATRICIS] : N woman who flatters;

[ADSENTIO, ADSENTIRE, ADSENSI, ADSENSUS] : V assent, approve, agree in opinion; admit the truth of (w/dat), agree (with);

[ADSENTIOR, ADSENTIRI, -, ADSENSUS SUM] : V assent to, agree, approve, comply with; admit the truth of (w/prep);

[ADSENTOR, ADSENTARI, -, ADSENTATUS SUM] : V flatter, humor; agree, assent, confirm; agree to everything;

[ADSEQUELA, ADSEQUELAE] : N succession, succeeding;

[ADSEQUOR, ADSEQUI, -, ADSECUTUS SUM] : V follow on, pursue, go after; overtake; gain, achieve; equal, rival; understand;

[ADSEQUOR] : servant, follower, attendant, sycophant.

[ADSER, ADSERIS] : N pole (wooden), post, stake, beam; joist, rafter; pole of a litter;

[ADSERO, ADSERERE, ADSERUI, ADSERTUS] : V lay hands on, grasp; assert, allege; free, release; claim; protect, preserve;

[ADSERO, ADSERERE, ADSEVI, ADSITUS] : V plant/set at/near;

[ADSERTIO, ADSERTIONIS] : N act of claiming free or slave (for status); defense/vindication (of character);

[ADSERTOR, ADSERTORIS] : N one asserting status of another; restorer of liberty, protector, champion;

[ADSERTORIUS, ADSERTORIA, ADSERTORIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a restoration of freedom;

[ADSERTUM, ADSERTI] : N assertion;

[ADSERVIO, ADSERVIRE, ADSERIVI, ADSERVITUS] : V devote/apply oneself to (w/dat); aid, help, assist;

[ADSERVIO] : to aid, help, assist.

[ADSERVO, ADSERVARE, ADSERVAVI, ADSERVATUS] : V keep, guard, preserve; watch, observe; keep in custody; save life of, rescue;

[ADSESSIO, ADSESSIONIS] : N a sitting beside one (to console/give advice);

[ADSESSOR, ADSESSORIS] : N assessor, counselor, one who sits by to give advice;

[ADSESSORIUM, ADSESSORI(I)] : N title of a legal textbook (sg/pl.);

[ADSESSORIUS, ADSESSORIA, ADSESSORIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to an assessor;

[ADSESSURA, ADSESSURAE] : N assistance as a legal advisor;

[ADSESSUS, ADSESSUS] : N a sitting beside one (in court);

[ADSESTRIX, ADSESSTRICIS] : N assessor (female), counselor, one who sits by to give advice;

[ADSEVERANTER] : ADV earnestly, emphatically;

[ADSEVERATIO, ADSEVERATIONIS] : N affirmation, (confident/earnest) assertion; seriousness/earnestness, gravity;

[ADSEVERNTE] : ADV earnestly, emphatically;

[ADSEVERO, ADSEVERARE, ADSEVERAVI, ADSEVERATUS] : V act earnestly; assert strongly/emphatically, declare; profess; be serious;

[ADSIBILO, ADSIBILARE, ADSIBILAVI, ADSIBILATUS] : V hiss out (breath) upon (w/dat);

[ADSICCESCO, ADSICCESCERE, ADSICCUI] : V dry out, become dry;

[ADSICCO, ADSICCARE, ADSICCAVI, ADSICCATUS] : V dry, dry out, dry up, make dry;

[ADSIDEO, ADSIDERE, ADSEDI, ADSESSUS] : V sit by/in council/as assessor; watch over; camp near, besiege; resemble (w/dat);

[ADSIDO, ADSIDERE, ADSEDI] : V sit down, take a seat; perch, alight, settle; sit by/near (to) (w/dat);

[ADSIDUE ASSIDUE] : continuously, without remission.

[ADSIDUE, ASSIDUIUS, ADSIDUISSIME] : ADV continually, constantly, regularly;

[ADSIDUE] : assidue ; continuously, without remission.

[ADSIDUITAS, ADSIDUITATIS] : N attendance, constant presence/attention/practice, care; recurrence, repetition;

[ADSIDUO, ADSIDUARE, ADSIDUAVI, ADSIDUATUS] : V apply constantly; make constant use of (souter); use regularly/incessantly;

[ADSIDUO] : ADV continually, constantly, regularly;

[ADSIDUUS, ADSIDUA -UM, ADSIDUIOR -OR -US, ADSIDUISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ constant, regular; unremitting, incessant; ordinary; landowning, first-class;

[ADSIDUUS, ADSIDUI] : N tribute/tax payer, rich person; first-rate person/writer?;

[ADSIFORNUS, ADSIFORNA, ADSIFORNUM] : ADJ touring gladiatorial show;

[ADSIGNATIO, ADSIGNATIONIS] : N distribution/allotment of land; the plot of land granted; allocation (other);

[ADSIGNATOR, ADSIGNATORIS] : N allocator, one who assigns;

[ADSIGNIFICO, ADSIGNIFICARE, ADSIGNIFICAVI, ADSIGNIFICATUS] : V show (w/acc + inf), make evident; mean/denote (words);

[ADSIGNO, ADSIGNARE, ADSIGNAVI, ADSIGNATUS] : V assign, distribute, allot; award, bestow (rank/honors); impute; affix seal;

[ADSILIO, ADSILIRE, ADSILUI, ADSULTUS] : V jump/leap (up/on/towards), rush/dash (at/against), assault; mount (male-female);

[ADSIMILANTER] : ADV similarly, analogically;

[ADSIMILATIO, ADSIMILATIONIS] : N likeness, similarity in form; comparison; deceit, pretense, feigning, pretending

[ADSIMILATUS, ADSIMILATA, ADSIMILATUM] : ADJ similar, like, made similar; imitated, feigned, pretended. dissembled;

[ADSIMILIS, ADSIMILIS, ADSIMILE] : ADJ similar, like; close;y resembling, very like;

[ADSIMILITER] : ADV similarly, in much the same manner/fashion;

[ADSIMILO, ADSIMILARE, ADSIMILAVI, ADSIMILATUS] : V make like; compare; counterfeit, simulate, imitate, pretend, feign, act a part;

[ADSIMULANTER] : ADV similarly, analogically;

[ADSIMULATICIUS, ADSIMULATICIA, ADSIMULATICIUM] : ADJ imitated, counterfeit, not real; nominal, titular;

[ADSIMULATIO, ADSIMULATIONIS] : N likeness, similarity in form; comparison; deceit, pretense;

[ADSIMULATUS, ADSIMULATA, ADSIMULATUM] : ADJ similar, like, made similar; imitated, feigned, pretended. dissembled;

[ADSIMULITER] : ADV similarly, in much the same manner/fashion;

[ADSIMULO, ADSIMULARE, ADSIMULAVI, ADSIMULATUS] : V make like; compare; counterfeit, simulate, imitate, pretend, feign, act a part;

[ADSISTO, ADSISTERE, ADSTITI, ADSTATUS] : V take a position/stand (near/by), attend; appear before; set/place near;

[ADSISTRIX, ADSISTRICIS] : N assessor (female), counselor, one who sits by to give advice;

[ADSITUS, ADSITA, ADSITUM] : ADJ planted/set at/near;

[ADSOCIO, ADSOCIARE, ADSOCIAVI, ADSOCIATUS] : V join (to), associate (with);

[ADSOCIUS, ADSOCIA, ADSOCIUM] : ADJ associated with;

[ADSOLEO, ADSOLERE,] : V be accustomed or in the habit of; be a customary accompaniment, go with;

[ADSOLET, ADSOLERE, ADSOLIT] : V it is usual/wont; it is the custom/practice; it is the habit;

[ADSOLO, ADSOLARE, ADSOLAVI, ADSOLATUS] : V level to the ground, destroy;

[ADSONO, ADSONARE, ADSONAVI, ADSONATUS] : V respond, reply; sound in accompaniment; sing as an accompaniment;

[ADSPARGO, ADSPARGERE, ADSPARSI, ADSPARSUS] : V sprinkle/strew on, splatter, splash; defile, stain; cast (slur); inflict (harm);

[ADSPARGO, ADSPARGINIS] : N spray, sprinkling/scattering; moisture in form of drops; water damage; staining;

[ADSPECTABILIS, ADSPECTABILE, ADSPECTABILIOR -OR -US, ADSPECTABILISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ visible, able to be seen; worthy to be seen, pleasing to look at;

[ADSPECTAMEN, ADSPECTAMINIS] : N look, sight;

[ADSPECTO, ADSPECTARE, ADSPECTAVI, ADSPECTATUS] : V look/gaze at/upon; observe, watch; pay heed; face/look towards (place/person);

[ADSPECTUS, ADSPECTUS] : N appearance, aspect, mien; act of looking; sight, vision; glance, view; horizon;

[ADSPERGO, ADSPERGERE, ADSPERSI, ADSPERSUS] : V sprinkle/strew on, splatter, splash; defile, stain; cast (slur); inflict (harm);

[ADSPERGO, ADSPERGINIS] : N spray, sprinkling;

[ADSPICIO, ADSPICERE, ADSPEXI, ADSPECTUS] : V look/gaze on/at, see, observe, behold, regard; face; consider, contemplate;

[ADSPIRAMEN, ADSPIRAMINIS] : N breathing on, immission; insertion, introduction;

[ADSPIRATIO, ADSPIRATIONIS] : N exhalation; blowing on; aspiration; sounding an 'h';

[ADSPIRATOR, ADSPIRATORIS] : N inciter; inspirer;

[ADSPIRO, ADSPIRARE, ADSPIRAVI, ADSPIRATUS] : V breathe/blow (upon); aspirate; instill, infuse; be fragrant; influence; aspire;

[ADSPUO, ADSPUERE, ADSPUI, ADSPUTUS] : V spit (at/on);

[ADSTATOR, ADSTATORIS] : N aide, helper, assister;

[ADSTATUS, ADSTATA, ADSTATUM] : ADJ armed with a spear/spears;

[ADSTATUS, ADSTATI] : N spearman; soldier in unit in front of roman battle-formation; its centurion;

[ADSTERNO, ADSTERNERE, ADSTRAVI, ADSTRATUS] : V prostrate oneself, lie prone (on);

[ADSTIPULATIO, ADSTIPULATIONIS] : N confirmation, confirmatory statement;

[ADSTIPULATOR, ADSTIPULATORIS] : N associate in a stipulation; one who supports an opinion, adherent;

[ADSTIPULATUS, ADSTIPULATUS] : N assent, agreement in a command;

[ADSTIPULO, ADSTIPULARE, ADSTIPULAVI, ADSTIPULATUS] : V join in stipulation/covenant; join in demanding; support (in an argument);

[ADSTIPULOR, ADSTIPULARI, -, ADSTIPULATUS SUM] : V join in stipulation/covenant; join in demanding; support (in an argument);

[ADSTITUO, ADSTITUERE, ADSTITUI, ADSTITUTUS] : V place near/before; make to stand before;

[ADSTO, ADSTARE, ADSTETI, ADSTATUS] : V stand at/on/by/near; assist; stand up/upright/waiting/still/on one's feet;

[ADSTO, ADSTARE, ADSTITI] : V stand at/on/by/near; assist; stand up/upright/waiting/still/on one's feet;

[ADSTRANGULO, ADSTRANGULARE, ADSTRANGULAVI, ADSTRANGULATUS] : V strangle;

[ADSTREPO, ADSTREPERE, ADSTREPUI] : V make a noise at, shout in support, take up a cry; assail with noise; murmur;

[ADSTRICTE, ADSTRICTIUS, ADSTRICTISSIME] : ADV tightly (bound), firmly; strictly, by strict rules; concisely, tersely, pithily;

[ADSTRICTIO, ADSTRICTIONIS] : N astringency, an astringent action;

[ADSTRICTORIUS, ADSTRICTORIA, ADSTRICTORIUM] : ADJ astringent, binding, constrictive, styptic; (effect on organic tissue);

[ADSTRICTUS, ADSTRICTA -UM, ADSTRICTIOR -OR -US, ADSTRICTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bound (by rules), tied; terse, brief, restrained; constricted, dense, compact;

[ADSTRICTUS, ADSTRICTA -UM, ADSTRICTIOR -OR -US, ADSTRICTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ busy/preoccupied (with), intent (on); parsimonious, tight; astringent (taste);

[ADSTRIDEO, ADSTRIDERE,] : V hiss (at);

[ADSTRIDO, ADSTRIDERE,] : V hiss (at);

[ADSTRINGO, ADSTRINGERE, ADSTRINXI, ADSTRICTUS] : V tie up/down/back/on/together/tightly; bind, grasp, tighten, fix; form boundary;

[ADSTRINGO, ADSTRINGERE, ADSTRINXI, ADSTRICTUS] : V oblige, commit; compress, narrow, restrict; knit (brows); freeze, solidify;

[ADSTRINGO] : (persons) bind, oblige, (+ refl.) commit oneself to.

[ADSTRINGO] : (persons) bind, oblige, (+ refl.) commit oneself to

[ADSTRINGO] : to draw together, tighten, compress, compact/ .

[ADSTRINGO] : to draw together, tighten, compress, compact /

[ADSTRUCTIO, ADSTRUCTIONIS] : N accumulation of proof, putting together, composition;

[ADSTRUCTOR, ADSTRUCTORIS] : N one who adduces/brings forward/cites/alleges proof;

[ADSTRUO, ADSTRUERE, ADSTRUXI, ADSTRUCTUS] : V build on/additional structure; heap/pile (on); add to/on, contribute, provide;

[ADSTUPEO, ADSTUPERE,] : V be stunned/astounded/astonished/amazed (at); be enthralled (by) (w/dat);

[ADSUBRIGO, ADSUBRIGERE,] : V stretch up, raise;

[ADSUDESCO, ADSUDESCERE,] : V sweat, break out in a sweat;

[ADSUEFACIO, ADSUEFACERE, ADSUEFECI, ADSUEFACTUS] : V accustom (to), habituate, inure; make accustomed/used (to), train;

[ADSUESCO ASSUESCO] : to grow accustomed to, used to, make familiar.

[ADSUESCO, ADSUESCERE, ADSUEVI, ADSUETUS] : V accustom, become/grow accustomed to/used to/intimate with; make familiar;

[ADSUETUDO, ADSUETUDINIS] : N custom, habit; repeated practice/experience/association; intimacy, intercourse;

[ADSUETUDO] : custom, habit.

[ADSUETUS, ADSUETA, ADSUETUM] : ADJ accustomed, customary, usual, to which one is accustomed/used;

[ADSUGO, ADSUGERE, ADSUXI, ADSUCTUS] : V suck towards;

[ADSULTIM] : ADV by leaps, by hops; by leaps and bounds;

[ADSULTO, ADSULTARE, ADSULTAVI, ADSULTATUS] : V jump/leap at/towards/upon; dash against; attack, assault, make an attack (on);

[ADSULTUS, ADSULTUS] : N attack, assault, charge;

[ADSUM, ADESSE, ADFUI, ADFUTURUS] : V be near, be present, be in attendance, arrive, appear; aid (w/dat);

[ADSUM, ADESSE, ARFUI, ARFUTURUS] : V be near, be present, be in attendance, arrive, appear; aid (w/dat);

[ADSUM] : to assist, be present, be near, be in attendance,

[ADSUM] : to assist, be present, be near, be in attendance,.

[ADSUM] : to to be at hand/ to come.

[ADSUMENTUM, ADSUMENTI] : N that which is to be sewed upon, that which is to be patched;

[ADSUMO (ASSUMO)] : to take to oneself, claim, appropriate, call.

[ADSUMO, ADSUMERE, ADSUMPSI, ADSUMPTUS] : V take (to/up/on/from), adopt, use; assume, receive; insert, add to; usurp, claim;

[ADSUMPTIO, ADSUMPTIONIS] : N adoption; acquisition, assumption, claim; minor premise; introduction (point);

[ADSUMPTIVUS, ADSUMPTIVA, ADSUMPTIVUM] : ADJ based on extraneous arguments (rhet., of the treatment of a case);

[ADSUO, ADSUERE, ADSUI, ADSUTUS] : V sew or patch on;

[ADSURGO, ADSURGERE, ADSURREXI, ADSURRECTUS] : V rise/stand up, rise to one's feet/from bed; climb, lift oneself; grow; soar;

[ADSUSCIPO, ADSUSCIPERE,] : V undertake (vows);

[ADSUSPIRO, ADSUSPIRARE, ADSUSPIRAVI, ADSUSPIRATUS] : V sigh in response (to) (w/dat);

[ADTACTUS, ADTACTUS] : N touch , contact, action of touching;

[ADTAGEN, ADTAGENIS] : N bird resembling the partridge, francolin?;

[ADTAGENA, ADTAGENAE] : N bird resembling the partridge, francolin?;

[ADTEMPERO, ADTEMPERARE, ADTEMPERAVI, ADTEMPERATUS] : V fit, adjust;

[ADTEMPTO, ADTEMPTARE, ADTEMPTAVI, ADTEMPTATUS] : V attack, assail; call into question; try to seduce/use; make an attempt on, try;

[ADTENDO, ADTENDERE, ADTENDI, ADTENTUS] : V turn/stretch towards; apply; attend/pay (close) attention to, listen carefully;

[ADTENTATIO, ADTENTATIONIS] : N attempting, attempt, trying, try;

[ADTENTE, ADTENTIUS, ADTENTISSIME] : ADV diligently, carefully, with concentration, with close attention;

[ADTENTIO, ADTENTIONIS] : N attention, application, attentiveness;

[ADTENTO, ADTENTARE, ADTENTAVI, ADTENTATUS] : V attack, assail; call into question; try to seduce/use; make an attempt on, try;

[ADTENTUS, ADTENTA -UM, ADTENTIOR -OR -US, ADTENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ attentive, heedful; careful, conscientious, intent; frugal, economical;

[ADTENUATE] : ADV plainly, barely;

[ADTENUATIO, ADTENUATIONIS] : N diminution, act of lessening, attenuation; plainness (of style);

[ADTENUATUS, ADTENUATA -UM, ADTENUATIOR -OR -US, ADTENUATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ plain (style), bare, subdued; thin, impoverished; lessened, diminished;

[ADTENUO, ADTENUARE, ADTENUAVI, ADTENUATUS] : V thin (out); weaken, lessen, diminish, shrink, reduce in size; make plain;

[ADTERMINO, ADTERMINARE, ADTERMINAVI, ADTERMINATUS] : V set bounds to, measure, limit;

[ADTERO, ADTERERE, ADTRIVI, ADTRITUS] : V rub, rub against; grind; chafe; wear out/down/away; diminish, impair; waste;

[ADTERRANEUS, ADTERRANEA, ADTERRANEUM] : ADJ coming to the earth; earth-borne;

[ADTERTIARIUS, ADTERTIARIA, ADTERTIARIUM] : ADJ the whole and a third;

[ADTERTIATUS, ADTERTIATA, ADTERTIATUM] : ADJ reduced/boiled down to a third;

[ADTESTATIO, ADTESTATIONIS] : N testimony, attestation;

[ADTESTATUS, ADTESTATA, ADTESTATUM] : ADJ confirmatory, corroboratory;

[ADTESTOR, ADTESTARI, -, ADTESTATUS SUM] : V confirm, attest, bear witness to;

[ADTEXO, ADTEXERE, ADTEXUI, ADTEXTUS] : V add, join on, link to; weave/plait on, attach by weaving;

[ADTIGO, ADTIGERE, ADTIGI, ADTACTUS] : V touch, touch/border on; reach, arrive at, achieve; mention briefly; belong to;

[ADTIGUUS, ADTIGUA, ADTIGUUM] : ADJ contiguous, adjoining, adjacent, neighboring;

[ADTILLO, ADTILLARE, ADTILLAVI, ADTILLATUS] : V tickle, please;

[ADTINA, ADTINAE] : N heap of stones as a boundary marker; (pl.) (l+s);

[ADTINEO, ADTINERE, ADTINUI, ADTENTUS] : V hold on/to/near/back/together/fast; restrain, keep (in custody), retain; delay;

[ADTINGO, ADTINGERE, ADTINXI, ADTINCTUS] : V wipe/smear on?;

[ADTINGO, ADTINGERE, ADTIGI, ADTACTUS] : V touch, touch/border on; reach, arrive at, achieve; mention briefly; belong to;

[ADTINGUO, ADTINGUERE,] : V moisten, bedew, sprinkle with a liquid;

[ADTITULO, ADTITULARE, ADTITULAVI, ADTITULATUS] : V name, entitle;

[ADTOLERO, ADTOLERARE, ADTOLERAVI, ADTOLERATUS] : V support, sustain, bear;

[ADTOLLO, ADTOLLERE,] : V raise/lift up/towards/to a higher position; erect, build; exalt; extol, exalt;

[ADTONDEO, ADTONDERE, ADTONDI, ADTONSUS] : V clip (hair close), shear; strip of money, fleece; thrash; prune, trim, crop;

[ADTONITE] : ADV frantically; bewilderedly, confoundedly;

[ADTONITUS, ADTONITA, ADTONITUM] : ADJ astonished, fascinated; lightning/thunder-struck, stupefied, dazed; inspired;

[ADTONO, ADTONARE, ADTONUI, ADTONITUS] : V strike with lightning, blast; drive crazy, distract;

[ADTORQUEO, ADTORQUERE, ADTORSI, ADTORTUS] : V whirl at; hurl upwards;

[ADTRACTIO, ADTRACTIONIS] : N contraction, drawing together;

[ADTRACTO, ADTRACTARE, ADTRACTAVI, ADTRACTATUS] : V touch; lay hands on; handle (roughly), assault (sexually), violate; deal with;

[ADTRACTORIUS, ADTRACTORIA, ADTRACTORIUM] : ADJ attractive, having the power of attraction;

[ADTRACTUS, ADTRACTA -UM, ADTRACTIOR -OR -US, ADTRACTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ drawn together (brows), knit;

[ADTRACTUS, ADTRACTUS] : N attraction, drawing to;

[ADTRAHO, ADTRAHERE, ADTRAXI, ADTRACTUS] : V attract, draw/drag together/in/before/along; inhale; gather saliva; bend (bow);

[ADTRECTATIO, ADTRECTATIONIS] : N touching, handling; grammatical term for words denoting many things together;

[ADTRECTATUS, ADTRECTATUS] : N touching, handling, feeling;

[ADTRECTO, ADTRECTARE, ADTRECTAVI, ADTRECTATUS] : V touch; lay hands on; handle (roughly), assault (sexually), violate; deal with;

[ADTREMO, ADTREMERE,] : V tremble (at) (w/dat);

[ADTREPIDO, ADTREPIDARE, ADTREPIDAVI, ADTREPIDATUS] : V bestir oneself;

[ADTRIBULO, ADTRIBULARE, ADTRIBULAVI, ADTRIBULATUS] : V thresh, press hard;

[ADTRIBUO, ADTRIBUERE, ADTRIBUI, ADTRIBUTUS] : V assign/allot/attribute/impute to; grant, pay; appoint, put under jurisdiction;

[ADTRIBUTIO, ADTRIBUTIONIS] : N assignment of debt; one's destined lot; grant; attribution; predicate attribute;

[ADTRIBUTUM, ADTRIBUTI] : N grant of public money;

[ADTRIBUTUS, ADTRIBUTA, ADTRIBUTUM] : ADJ ascribed, attributed; assigned, allotted;

[ADTRITIO, ADTRITIONIS] : N rubbing/grinding against/on (something); friction, abrasion;

[ADTRITUS, ADTRITA -UM, ADTRITIOR -OR -US, ADTRITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ worn, worn down by use; smoothed; hardened, brazen; thin (style), attenuated;

[ADTRITUS, ADTRITA -UM, ADTRITIOR -OR -US, ADTRITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ rubbed (off/away), wasted; bruised; shameless, impudent, brazen;

[ADTRITUS, ADTRITUS] : N action/process of rubbing/grinding; friction; chafing, abrasion, bruising;

[ADTUBERNALIS, ADTUBERNALIS] : N one who lives in an adjoining hut;

[ADTULO, ADTULERE,] : V bring/carry/bear to;

[ADTUMULO, ADTUMULARE, ADTUMULAVI, ADTUMULATUS] : V heap up against; bank up (with something);

[ADTUOR, ADTUI,] : V observe, look at;

[ADUBI] : ADV and when, but when, when;

[ADUENTUS] : arrival

[ADUENTUS] : arrival.

[ADULANS, (GEN.), ADULANTIS] : ADJ flattering, adulatory;

[ADULATER] : ADV falteringly, fawningly, ingratiatingly;

[ADULATIO, ADULATIONIS] : N flattery, adulation; prostrating oneself; fawning (dogs), (pigeon) courtship;

[ADULATIO] : fawning, flattery, sycophancy, buttering up.

[ADULATOR, ADULATORIS] : N servile flatterer, sycophant;

[ADULATOR] : sycophant, adulator.

[ADULATORIE] : ADV falteringly, fawningly, ingratiatingly;

[ADULATORIUS, ADULATORIA, ADULATORIUM] : ADJ flattering, adulatory; of/connected with flattery/adulation;

[ADULATRIX, ADULATRICIS] : N flatterer (female);

[ADULESCENS, ADULESCENTIS] : N young man, youth; youthful person; young woman/girl;

[ADULESCENS, ADULESCENTIS (GEN.), ADULESCENTIOR -OR -US, ADULESCENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ young, youthful; "minor" (in reference to the younger of two having same name);

[ADULESCENS] : young man, youth, lad.

[ADULESCENTIA, ADULESCENTIAE] : N youth, young manhood; characteristic of being young, youthfulness; the young;

[ADULESCENTIA] : youth

[ADULESCENTIOR, ADULESCENTIARI, -, ADULESCENTIATUS SUM] : V behave in a youthful manner;

[ADULESCENTULA, ADULESCENTULAE] : N young woman; very young woman; 'my child';

[ADULESCENTULUS, ADULESCENTULA, ADULESCENTULUM] : ADJ very youthful, quite young;

[ADULESCENTULUS, ADULESCENTULI] : N young man; mere youth;

[ADULESCENTURIO, ADULESCENTURIRE,] : V want to behave in a youthful manner;

[ADULO, ADULARE, ADULAVI, ADULATUS] : V fawn upon (as a dog); flatter (in a servile manner), court; make obeisance (to);

[ADULOR, ADULARI, -, ADULATUS SUM] : V fawn upon (as a dog); flatter (in a servile manner), court; make obeisance (to);

[ADULTER, ADULTERA, ADULTERUM] : ADJ impure/adulterated; mixed/crossbred (plant); adulterous, unchaste; of adulterer;

[ADULTER, ADULTERA, ADULTERUM] : ADJ forged/counterfeit; (~ clavis => skeleton/false key); debased (coinage);

[ADULTER, ADULTERI] : N adulterer; illicit lover, paramour; offspring of unlawful love, bastard (eccl.);

[ADULTERA, ADULTERAE] : N adulteress; mistress; unchaste woman;

[ADULTERATIO, ADULTERATIONIS] : N adulteration; corruption/debasement by spurious admixture/crossbreeding;

[ADULTERATOR, ADULTERATORIS] : N one who counterfeits or debases (the coinage);

[ADULTERATUS, ADULTERATA, ADULTERATUM] : ADJ mixed, adulterated; produced by crossbreeding; of mixed decent/origin;

[ADULTERINUS, ADULTERINA, ADULTERINUM] : ADJ counterfeit, forged, false; impure, mixed, crossbred; adulterous, illicit;

[ADULTERITAS, ADULTERITATIS] : N adultery; blending/mixing of different strains/ingredients; contamination;

[ADULTERIUM, ADULTERI(I)] : N adultery; blending/mixing of different strains/ingredients; contamination;

[ADULTERO, ADULTERARE, ADULTERAVI, ADULTERATUS] : V commit adultery, defile (w/adultery); falsify, counterfeit, debase, corrupt;

[ADULTRIX, ADULTRICIS] : N adulteress; mistress; unchaste woman;

[ADULTUS, ADULTA -UM, ADULTIOR -OR -US, ADULTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ grown up, full grown, mature, ripe, adult; at its peak/height/full strength;

[ADULTUS] : (adj.) grown up, mature, adult, of age.

[ADUMBRATIM] : ADV in shadowy form;

[ADUMBRATIO, ADUMBRATIONIS] : N sketch, outline; sketching in light and shade; false show, pretense;

[ADUMBRATUS, ADUMBRATA, ADUMBRATUM] : ADJ sketchy, shadowy, unsubstantial, obscure; outline; pretended, feigned, spurious;

[ADUMBRO, ADUMBRARE, ADUMBRAVI, ADUMBRATUS] : V sketch out, silhouette, outline, represent; shade, screen, obscure; feign;

[ADUNATIO, ADUNATIONIS] : N union, uniting, making into one;

[ADUNCITAS, ADUNCITATIS] : N hookedness, hooked shape; inward curvature;

[ADUNCUS, ADUNCA, ADUNCUM] : ADJ bent, curved, hooked, crooked;

[ADUNO, ADUNARE, ADUNAVI, ADUNATUS] : V unite, make one;

[ADURGEO, ADURGERE, ADURSI] : V pursue; press hard, pursue closely;

[ADURO (ADUSTUM)] : to set fire to, burn, singe, kindle, light.

[ADURO, ADURERE, ADUSSI, ADUSTUS] : V scorch, singe; burn; consume in fire;

[ADUSQUE] : ADV wholly, completely;

[ADUSQUE] : PREP all the way/right up to, as far as, to the point of (space/time/number/degree);

[ADUSTIO, ADUSTIONIS] : N kindling/burning; rubbing/galling (vines); inflammation; burn; sun/heatstroke;

[ADUSTUM, ADUSTI] : N burn; frostbite (w/nivibus); deserts/parched areas (pl.) (w/sole);

[ADUSTUS, ADUSTA, ADUSTUM] : ADJ burned by the sun; torrid; browned/scorched/charred/burned; dusky/swarthy/dark;

[ADVECTICIUS, ADVECTICIA, ADVECTICIUM] : ADJ imported, foreign (merchandise/goods);

[ADVECTIO, ADVECTIONIS] : N transportation (of merchandise/goods), carriage;

[ADVECTIUS, ADVECTIA, ADVECTIUM] : ADJ imported, foreign (merchandise/goods);

[ADVECTO, ADVECTARE, ADVECTAVI, ADVECTATUS] : V import, bring (merchandise/goods) from abroad;

[ADVECTOR, ADVECTORIS] : N carrier, one who conveys/carries a thing to a place; importer;

[ADVECTUS, ADVECTA, ADVECTUM] : ADJ imported, foreign, introduced from abroad;

[ADVECTUS, ADVECTUS] : N transportation, conveyance (to a place);

[ADVEHO, ADVEHERE, ADVEXI, ADVECTUS] : V carry, bring, convey (to); (advehor, arrive by travel, ride to;

[ADVEHO] : to carry, come.

[ADVELITATIO, ADVELITATIONIS] : N skirmish of words (?);

[ADVELO, ADVELARE, ADVELAVI, ADVELATUS] : V cover, veil;

[ADVENA, ADVENAE] : N foreigner, immigrant, visitor from abroad; newcomer, interloper; migrant (bird);

[ADVENA] : foreigner.

[ADVENEROR, ADVENERARI, -, ADVENERATUS SUM] : V worship, adore; give honor to;

[ADVENIENTIA, ADVENIENTIAE] : N arrival, approach;

[ADVENIO, ADVENIRE, ADVENI, ADVENTUS] : V come to, arrive; arrive at, reach, be brought; develop, set in, arise;

[ADVENIO] : to come, arrive, reach.

[ADVENTICIUS, ADVENTICIA, ADVENTICIUM] : ADJ foreign, coming from abroad/without, external; unusual; accidental, casual;

[ADVENTO, ADVENTARE, ADVENTAVI, ADVENTATUS] : V approach, come to, draw near; arrive, "turn up"; come in (tide); approximate;

[ADVENTOR, ADVENTORIS] : N visitor, newcomer, stranger; customer, incoming tenant;

[ADVENTORIA, ADVENTORIAE] : N banquet given on one's arrival;

[ADVENTORIUS, ADVENTORIA, ADVENTORIUM] : ADJ pertaining to an arrival/guest;

[ADVENTUM] : arrival, advent, a coming.

[ADVENTUS, ADVENTUS] : N arrival, approach; visit, appearance, advent; ripening; invasion, incursion;

[ADVENUS, ADVENA, ADVENUM] : ADJ foreign, alien; migrant; recently arrived; unskilled, inexperienced, ignorant;

[ADVERBERO, ADVERBERARE, ADVERBERAVI, ADVERBERATUS] : V beat upon; strike against;

[ADVERBIALIS, ADVERBIALIS, ADVERBIALE] : ADJ adverbial, pertaining to an adverb; derived from adverb(s);

[ADVERBIALITER] : ADV adverbially, in the manner of an adverb;

[ADVERBIUM, ADVERBII] : N adverb;

[ADVERRO, ADVERRERE,] : V cause to sweep over;

[ADVERSA, ADVERSAE] : N enemy/adversary/opponent (female);

[ADVERSA] : unfavorable.

[ADVERSABILIS, ADVERSABILIS, ADVERSABILE] : ADJ truculent, prone to opposition;

[ADVERSARIA, ADVERSARIAE] : N female enemy, adversary, opponent;

[ADVERSARIUM, ADVERSARI(I)] : N temporary memorandum/account/day book (pl.); opponent's arguments/assertions;

[ADVERSARIUS, ADVERSARIA, ADVERSARIUM] : ADJ opposed (to), hostile, inimical, adverse; harmful, injurious, prejudicial;

[ADVERSARIUS, ADVERSARI(I)] : N enemy, adversary, antagonist, opponent, rival, foe; of an opposing party;

[ADVERSARIUS] : opponent.

[ADVERSATIO, ADVERSATIONIS] : N opposition, opposing;

[ADVERSATIVUS, ADVERSATIVA, ADVERSATIVUM] : ADJ adversative; (conjunctions like although, even if, yet, nevertheless);

[ADVERSATOR, ADVERSATORIS] : N antagonist, opponent;

[ADVERSATRIX, ADVERSATRICIS] : N female antagonist/opponent/enemy;

[ADVERSE] : ADV in a self contradictory manner, inconsistently;

[ADVERSIO, ADVERSIONIS] : N turning/directing (one thing towards another);

[ADVERSIPES, ADVERSIPEDIS] : N antipodes (pl.);

[ADVERSITAS, ADVERSITATIS] : N power of counteracting, efficacy as an antidote;

[ADVERSITAS] : opposition/ adversity.

[ADVERSITOR, ADVERSITORIS] : N one who goes to meet another; slave who went to meet/accompany master home;

[ADVERSO, ADVERSARE, ADVERSAVI, ADVERSATUS] : V apply (the mind), direct (the attention);

[ADVERSOR, ADVERSARI, -, ADVERSATUS SUM] : V be against (w/dat), oppose, withstand;

[ADVERSOR] : to oppose, resist, fight back.

[ADVERSUM, ADVERSI] : N direction/point opposite/facing; uphill slope/direction; obstacle, trouble;

[ADVERSUM] : ADV opposite, against, in the opposite direction; in opposition; (w/ire go to meet;

[ADVERSUM] : PREP facing, opposite, against, towards; contrary to; face to face, in presence of;

[ADVERSUS, ADVERSA -UM, ADVERSIOR -OR -US, ADVERSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ opposite, directly facing, ranged against; adverse, evil, hostile; unfavorable;

[ADVERSUS, ADVERSI] : N person/foe opposite/directly facing (w/hostile intent); political opponent;

[ADVERSUS] : (adj.) facing, opposite, opposing. / unfortunate.

[ADVERSUS] : (adj.) facing, opposite, opposing./ unfortunate.

[ADVERSUS] : (prep. + acc.) toward, against, facing.

[ADVERSUS] : ADV opposite, against, in the opposite direction; in opposition; (w/ire go to meet;

[ADVERSUS] : PREP facing, opposite, against, towards; contrary to; face to face, in presence of;

[ADVERTO, ADVERTERE, ADVERTI, ADVERSUS] : V turn/face to/towards; direct/draw one's attention to; steer/pilot (ship);

[ADVERTO] : to turn towards, direct one's attention to, attract.

[ADVESPERASCIT, ADVESPERASCERE, ADVESPERASCIT] : V evening is coming on, it draws toward evening; it is growing dark;

[ADVIGILO, ADVIGILARE, ADVIGILAVI, ADVIGILATUS] : V watch by/over; take care; be on watch, be vigilant;

[ADVIVO, ADVIVERE, ADVIXI, ADVICTUS] : V live with (w/cum); survive, be alive;

[ADVOCAMENTUM, ADVOCAMENTI] : N legal support/advisors; delay, adjournment, postponement; pleading in courts;

[ADVOCATA, ADVOCATAE] : N helper (female), supporter, counselor;

[ADVOCATIO, ADVOCATIONIS] : N legal support/advisors; delay, adjournment, postponement; pleading in courts;

[ADVOCATOR, ADVOCATORIS] : N advocate;

[ADVOCATUS, ADVOCATI] : N counselor, advocate, professional pleader; witness, supporter, mediator;

[ADVOCO, ADVOCARE, ADVOCAVI, ADVOCATUS] : V call, summon, invite, convoke, call for; call in as counsel; invoke the gods;

[ADVOCO] : to summon, call/ call in an advisor.

[ADVOCO] : to summon, call / call in an advisor.

[ADVOLATUS, ADVOLATUS] : N flying towards/against;

[ADVOLITANS, (GEN.), ADVOLITANTIS] : ADJ flying often to; fluttering about;

[ADVOLO, ADVOLARE, ADVOLAVI, ADVOLATUS] : V fly to, dash to (w/dat or ad + acc), hasten towards;

[ADVOLVO, ADVOLVERE, ADVOLVI, ADVOLUTUS] : V roll to/towards; fall on knees (genibus advolvor), grovel, prostrate oneself;

[ADVORSA, ADVORSAE] : N enemy/adversary/opponent (female);

[ADVORSABILIS, ADVORSABILIS, ADVORSABILE] : ADJ truculent, prone to opposition;

[ADVORSARIA, ADVORSARIAE] : N female enemy, adversary, opponent;

[ADVORSARIUM, ADVORSARI(I)] : N temporary memorandum book (pl.), the opponent's arguments;

[ADVORSARIUS, ADVORSARIA, ADVORSARIUM] : ADJ opposed (to), hostile, inimical, adverse; harmful, injurious, prejudicial;

[ADVORSARIUS, ADVORSARI(I)] : N enemy, adversary, antagonist, opponent, rival, foe; of an opposing party;

[ADVORSATOR, ADVORSATORIS] : N antagonist, opponent;

[ADVORSATRIX, ADVORSATRICIS] : N female antagonist/opponent/enemy;

[ADVORSE] : ADV in a self contradictory manner, inconsistently;

[ADVORSITAS, ADVORSITATIS] : N power of counteracting, efficacy as an antidote;

[ADVORSITOR, ADVORSITORIS] : N one who goes to meet another; slave who went to meet/accompany master home;

[ADVORSO, ADVORSARE, ADVORSAVI, ADVORSATUS] : V apply (the mind), direct (the attention);

[ADVORSOR, ADVORSARI, -, ADVORSATUS SUM] : V be against (w/dat), oppose, withstand;

[ADVORSUM] : ADV opposite, against, in the opposite direction; in opposition; (w/ire go to meet;

[ADVORSUM] : PREP facing, opposite, against, towards; contrary to; face to face, in presence of;

[ADVORSUS, ADVORSA -UM, ADVORSIOR -OR -US, ADVORSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ opposite, directly facing, ranged against; adverse, evil, hostile; unfavorable;

[ADVORSUS, ADVORSI] : N person/foe opposite/directly facing (w/hostile intent); political opponent;

[ADVORSUS] : ADV opposite, against, in the opposite direction; in opposition; (w/ire go to meet;

[ADVORSUS] : PREP facing, opposite, against, towards; contrary to; face to face, in presence of;

[ADVORTO, ADVORTERE, ADVORTI, ADVORSUS] : V turn/face to/towards; direct/draw one's attention to; steer/pilot (ship);

[ADYNAMON] : ADJ weakened, diluted (like wine);

[ADYNAMOS, ADYNAMOS] : ADJ weakened, diluted (like wine);

[ADYTUM, ADYTI] : N innermost part of a temple, sanctuary, shrine; innermost recesses/chamber;

[ADZELOR, ADZELARI, -, ADZELATUS SUM] : V be zealous against one; be angry with;

[AECOR, AECORIS] : N level/smooth surface, plain; surface of the sea; sea, ocean;

[AECOREUS, AECOREA, AECOREUM] : ADJ of/connected with the sea, situated near/bordering on/surrounded by the sea;

[AECUM, AECI] : N level ground; equal footing/terms; what is right/fair/equitable, equity;

[AECUS, AECA -UM, AECIOR -OR -US, AECISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ level, even, equal, like; just, kind, impartial, fair; patient, contented;

[AEDES, AEDIS] : N temple, shrine; tomb; apartment, room; house (pl.), abode, dwelling; household;

[AEDICULA, AEDICULAE] : N small room/house/shrine; chapel, tomb, sepulcher; niche, closet;

[AEDIFACIO, AEDIFACERE,] : V build, erect, construct, make; create; establish;

[AEDIFEX, AEDIFICIS] : N builder, contractor, one who has buildings erected; architect, maker, creator;

[AEDIFICANS, AEDIFICANTIS] : N builder;

[AEDIFICATIO, AEDIFICATIONIS] : N house; building, edifice, group of buildings, built-up area; act of building;

[AEDIFICATIO, AEDIFICATIONIS] : N edification, explanation; building up (argument);

[AEDIFICATIUNCULA, AEDIFICATIUNCULAE] : N little building; construction;

[AEDIFICATOR, AEDIFICATORIS] : N builder, contractor, one who has buildings erected; architect, maker, creator;

[AEDIFICATORIA, AEDIFICATORIAE] : N architecture;

[AEDIFICATORIUS, AEDIFICATORIA, AEDIFICATORIUM] : ADJ pertaining to building/construction;

[AEDIFICIALIS, AEDIFICIALIS, AEDIFICIALE] : ADJ pertaining to a building;

[AEDIFICIOLUM, AEDIFICIOLI] : N building; structure;

[AEDIFICIUM EDIFICIUM] : building, structure.

[AEDIFICIUM, AEDIFICI(I)] : N building; edifice, structure;

[AEDIFICO, AEDIFICARE, AEDIFICAVI, AEDIFICATUS] : V build, erect, construct, make; create; establish; improve; edify;

[AEDILICIUS, AEDILICIA, AEDILICIUM] : ADJ of an aedile (magistrate - police, fire, market); of aedile rank/ex-aedile;

[AEDILICIUS, AEDILICII] : N ex-aedile (magistrate - police, fire, market); one who has been an aedile;

[AEDILIS, AEDILIS] : N aedile - commissioner (magistrate) of police/fire/markets/games; sacristan;

[AEDILITAS, AEDILITATIS] : N aedileship, the office of an aedile; the tenure of the aedileship;

[AEDIS, AEDIS] : N temple, shrine; tomb; apartment, room; house (pl.), abode/dwelling; household;

[AEDITIMOR, AEDITIMARI, -, AEDITIMATUS SUM] : V act as a sacristan, be in charge/take care of a temple;

[AEDITIMUS, AEDITIMI] : N sacristan, one who has charge of a temple; custodian of a temple;

[AEDITUA, AEDITUAE] : N female sacristan, one who has charge of a temple; custodian of a temple;

[AEDITUALIS, AEDITUALIS, AEDITUALE] : ADJ pertaining to a temple-keeper/sacristan;

[AEDITUENS, AEDITUENTIS] : N temple-keeper/sacristan;

[AEDITUMOR, AEDITUMARI, -, AEDITUMATUS SUM] : V act as a sacristan, be in charge/take care of a temple;

[AEDITUMUS, AEDITUMI] : N sacristan, one who has charge of a temple; custodian of a temple;

[AEDITUO, AEDITUARE, AEDITUAVI, AEDITUATUS] : V act as a sacristan, be in charge/take care of a temple;

[AEDITUUS, AEDITUI] : N sacristan, one who has charge of a temple; custodian of a temple; priest;

[AEDO, AEDONIS] : N nightingale;

[AEDON, AEDONIS] : N nightingale;

[AEDONIUS, AEDONIA, AEDONIUM] : ADJ of the nightingale;

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

[AEDUUS, AEDUI] : N aedui (pl.), also haedui, a people of cen. gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[AEGER EGER] : sick, ill.

[AEGER, AEGRA -UM, AEGRIOR -OR -US, AEGERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ sick/ill, infirm; unsound, injured; painful, grievous; corrupt; sad/sorrowful;

[AEGER, AEGRI] : N sick person, invalid, patient;

[AEGER] : diseased, sick, infected, ill.

[AEGER] : eger ; sick.

[AEGIDES, AEGIDAE] : N son of aegeus (i.e. theseus); decendents of aegeus (pl.);

[AEGILOPA, AEGILOPAE] : N name of some plants (turkey oak, grass); ulcer of the eye, lachrymal fistula;

[AEGILOPIUM, AEGILOPI(I)] : N ulcer of the eye, lachrymal fistula;

[AEGILOPS, AEGILOPIS] : N name of some plants (turkey oak, grass); ulcer of the eye, lachrymal fistula;

[AEGIS, AEGIDIS] : N the aegis (minerva's shield); shield, defense; wood nearest pith, heartwood;

[AEGISONUS, AEGISONA, AEGISONUM] : ADJ sounding with the aegis;

[AEGITHUS, AEGITHI] : N small bird, blue tit; species of hawk;

[AEGOCEPHALUS, AEGOCEPHALI] : N species of bird (horned owl?);

[AEGOCERAS, AEGOCERATOS/IS] : N fenugreek, greek hay; (flour from seeds, herb medicine, pickled as a dainty);

[AEGOCEROS, AEGOCEROTIS] : N wild goat (poet. for sign of zodiac - capricorn);

[AEGOLETHRON, AEGOLETHRI] : N plant supposed to be injurious to goats (azalea pontica?); goat's bane;

[AEGOLIOS, AEGOLII] : N species of owl;

[AEGONYCHOS, AEGONYCHI] : N plant, lithospermon; (goat's hoof);

[AEGOPHTHALMOS, AEGOPHTHALMI] : N precious stone;

[AEGRE EGRE] : (adv.) hardly, scarcely, with difficulty, laboriously.

[AEGRE, AEGRIUS, AEGERRIME] : ADV scarcely, with difficulty, painfully, hardly; reluctantly, uncomfortably;

[AEGRE] : egre ; (adv.) hardly, scarcely, with difficulty, laboriously.

[AEGRE] : with displeasure.

[AEGREO, AEGRERE,] : V be sick/ill;

[AEGRESCO EGRESCO] : to fall ill, become troubled, grow worse.

[AEGRESCO, AEGRESCERE,] : V become sick, grow worse; suffer mental/emotional distress, grieve;

[AEGRESCO] : egresco ; to fall ill, become troubled, grow worse.

[AEGRETUDO EGRETUDO] : sickness, mental illness.

[AEGRETUDO] : egretudo ; sickness, mental illness.

[AEGRIMONIA, AEGRIMONIAE] : N sorrow, anxiety, melancholy, grief, mental distress/anguish;

[AEGRITIUDO, AEGRITIUDINIS] : N illness, sickness;

[AEGRITUDO, AEGRITUDINIS] : N sickness, disease, grief, sorrow; affliction, anxiety; melancholy;

[AEGROR, AEGRORIS] : N sickness, disease;

[AEGROTAS, AEGROTATIS] : N illness, sickness;

[AEGROTATICIUS, AEGROTATICIA, AEGROTATICIUM] : ADJ that is often ill; sickly;

[AEGROTATIO EGROTATIO] : sickness, illness.

[AEGROTATIO, AEGROTATIONIS] : N sickness, disease; morbid desire/passion, unhealthy moral condition;

[AEGROTITAS, AEGROTITATIS] : N illness, sickness;

[AEGROTO, AEGROTARE, AEGROTAVI, AEGROTATUS] : V be sick; be distressed/mentally/morally ill, be afflicted, languish, grieve;

[AEGROTO, DUM ANIMA EST, SPES ESSE DICITUR ] : PHRASE it is said that for a sick man, there is hope as long as there is life.

[AEGROTO] : to languish, grow more sick, fail.

[AEGROTUS, AEGROTA, AEGROTUM] : ADJ sick, diseased; love-sick, pining;

[AEGROTUS, AEGROTI] : N sick/diseased person, invalid, patient;

[AEGROTUS] : ill, sick.

[AEGRUM, AEGRI] : N diseased part of the body; diseased state; grief, feeling of distress; pain;

[AEGRUS] : ill, diseased, unwell.

[AEGYPTIACUS, AEGYPTIACA, AEGYPTIACUM] : ADJ egyptian; of/connected with egypt;

[AEGYPTILLA, AEGYPTILLAE] : N precious stone found in egypt; (saronyx and nicolo);

[AEGYPTIUS, AEGYPTIA, AEGYPTIUM] : ADJ egyptian; of/connected with egypt;

[AEGYPTIUS, AEGYPTII] : N egyptian, inhabitant of egypt; egyptian sage/prophet;

[AEGYPTUS, AEGYPTI] : N egypt;

[AELINON] : INTERJ exclamation of sorrow; "alas for linus";

[AELINOS, AELINI] : N dirge, song of lament;

[AELURUS, AELURI] : N cat;

[AEMULA, AEMULAE] : N rival (female); woman who strives to equal/exceed; rival in love; rival city;

[AEMULANTER] : ADV emulously; enviously, jealously;

[AEMULATIO, AEMULATIONIS] : N rivalry, ambition; unfriendly rivalry; (envious) emulation, imitation;

[AEMULATOR, AEMULATORIS] : N imitator, rival;

[AEMULATRIX, AEMULATRICIS] : N rival (female); woman who strives to equal/exceed; emulator (female);

[AEMULATUS, AEMULATUS] : N emulation, envy, rivalry;

[AEMULO, AEMULARE, AEMULAVI, AEMULATUS] : V ape, imitate, emulate; be envious, jealous of, vie with a rival; copy (book);

[AEMULOR, AEMULARI, -, AEMULATUS SUM] : V ape, imitate, emulate; be envious, jealous of, vie with a rival; copy (book);

[AEMULUS, AEMULA, AEMULUM] : ADJ envious, jealous, grudging, (things) comparable/equal (with/to);

[AEMULUS, AEMULI] : N rival, competitor, love rival; diligent imitator/follower; equal/peer;

[AENA, AENAE] : N card/comb used in treating of cloth/fibers;

[AENATOR, AENATORIS] : N trumpeter;

[AENEATOR, AENEATORIS] : N trumpeter;

[AENEOLUS, AENEOLA, AENEOLUM] : ADJ bronze, made of bronze;

[AENEUM, AENEI] : N vessel made of copper/bronze; brazen vessel; kettle, pot, cauldron;

[AENEUS ENEUS] : made of copper or bronze, brazen.

[AENEUS, AENEA, AENEUM] : ADJ copper, of copper (alloy); bronze, made of bronze, bronze-colored; brazen;

[AENEUS] : eneus ; made of copper or bronze, brazen.

[AENIATOR, AENIATORIS] : N trumpeter;

[AENIGMA, AENIGMATIS] : N puzzle, enigma, riddle, obscure expression/saying;

[AENIGMATICUS, AENIGMATICA, AENIGMATICUM] : ADJ enigmatic, like an enigma; obscure; puzzling;

[AENIGMATISTA, AENIGMATISTAE] : N enigmatist; one that proposes/speaks in riddles;

[AENIOLUS, AENIOLA, AENIOLUM] : ADJ bronze, made of bronze;

[AENIPES, (GEN.), AENIPIDIS] : ADJ bronze-footed, that has feet of bronze;

[AENITOLOGIUM, AENITOLOGII] : N dactylic verse with an iambic penthemimeris;

[AENULUM, AENULI] : N small bronze vessel;

[AENUM, AENI] : N vessel made of copper/bronze; brazen vessel; kettle, pot, cauldron;

[AENUS, AENA, AENUM] : ADJ copper, of copper (alloy); bronze, made of bronze, bronze-colored; brazen;

[AEOLIPILA, AEOLIPILAE] : N instruments/vessels (pl.) for investigating the nature of the wind;

[AEON, AEONIS] : N age; eternity; the thirty aeons (gods);

[AEQUABILIS, AEQUABILE, AEQUABILIOR -OR -US, AEQUABILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ equal, alike, uniform, steady; unruffled; equal proportion, fair, just;

[AEQUABILITAS, AEQUABILITATIS] : N equality, fairness; evenness, uniformity; analogy (gram.), correspondence;

[AEQUABILITER, AEQUABILITIUS, AEQUABILITISSIME] : ADV uniformly, equally; in equal proportions/a regular manner; smoothly; justly;

[AEQUAEVUS, AEQUAEVA, AEQUAEVUM] : ADJ of the same age; contemporary;

[AEQUALIS, AEQUALE, AEQUALIOR -OR -US, AEQUALISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ equal, similar; uniform, level, flat; of the same age/generation/duration;

[AEQUALIS, AEQUALIS] : N comrade; person of one's age/rank/ability, contemporary; equivalent;

[AEQUALITAS, AEQUALITATIS] : N evenness; equality (of age/status/merit/distribution), uniformity, symmetry;

[AEQUALITER, AEQUALITIUS, AEQUALITISSIME] : ADV evenly, alike, uniformly; equally, to an equal measure/extent; symmetrically;

[AEQUAMEN, AEQUMINIS] : N instrument for leveling;

[AEQUAMENTUM, AEQUAMENTI] : N equaling, requiting;

[AEQUANIMIS, AEQUANIMIS, AEQUANIME] : ADJ kind, mild, calm;

[AEQUANIMITAS, AEQUANIMITATIS] : N calmness of mind, patience, tranquility, equanimity; goodwill, favor;

[AEQUANIMITER] : ADV calmly; with equanimity;

[AEQUANIMUS, AEQUANIMA, AEQUANIMUM] : ADJ mentally calm, composed, tranquil;

[AEQUATIO, AEQUATIONIS] : N equal division/distribution; equalizing, equality;

[AEQUATIONUM, AEQUATIONI] : N equation, (mathematical relation); equality;

[AEQUATOR, AEQUATORIS] : N one who equalizes; (aequator monetae => assayer);

[AEQUE, AEQUIUS, AEQUISSIME] : ADV equally, justly, fairly; in same/like manner/degree, just as; likewise, also;

[AEQUICRURIUS, AEQUICRURIA, AEQUICRURIUM] : ADJ of equal legs; isosceles (triangle);

[AEQUIDIALE, AEQUIDIALIS] : N equinox;

[AEQUIDIANUS, AEQUIDIANA, AEQUIDIANUM] : ADJ equinocital, at the time of the equinox;

[AEQUIDICUS, AEQUIDICI] : N verses (pl.) containing corresponding words or expressions;

[AEQUIDISTANS, (GEN.), AEQUIDISANTIS] : ADJ equidistant; parallel;

[AEQUIFORMIS, AEQUIFORMIS, AEQUIFORME] : ADJ uniform (connected words);

[AEQUILANX, (GEN.), AEQUILANCIS] : ADJ with equal scale; of equal weight;

[AEQUILATATIO, AEQUILATATIONIS] : N area of uniform width, space between parallel lines;

[AEQUILATERALIS, AEQUILATERALIS, AEQUILATERALE] : ADJ equilateral, equal sides;

[AEQUILATERUS, AEQUILATERA, AEQUILATERUM] : ADJ equilateral, equal sides;

[AEQUILATUS, (GEN.), AEQUILATERIS] : ADJ equilateral, equal sides;

[AEQUILATUS, AEQUILATA, AEQUILATUM] : ADJ equilateral, with equal sides;

[AEQUILAVIUM, AEQUILAVII] : N half, a half of a whole; (wool when half the weight remains after washing);

[AEQUILIBRATUS, AEQUILIBRATA, AEQUILIBRATUM] : ADJ level, on a level; horizontal; in perfect equilibrium (l+s);

[AEQUILIBRIS, AEQUILIBRIS, AEQUILIBRE] : ADJ level, on a level; horizontal; in perfect equilibrium (l+s);

[AEQUILIBRITAS, AEQUILIBRITATIS] : N equal proportion, equilibrium;

[AEQUILIBRIUM, AEQUILIBRI(I)] : N state of equilibrium; reciprocity, equivalence; level/horizontal position (l+s);

[AEQUILIBRO, AEQUILIBRARE, AEQUILIBRAVI, AEQUILIBRATUS] : V keep in a state of equilibrium/balance;

[AEQUILITER] : ADV equally, evenly, uniformly;

[AEQUIMANUS, AEQUIMANA, AEQUIMANUM] : ADJ ambidextrous, can use both hands equally; equal in two pursuits/departments;

[AEQUINOCTIALE, AEQUINOCTIALIS] : N equinox;

[AEQUINOCTIALIS, AEQUINOCTIALIS, AEQUINOCTIALE] : ADJ equinoctial, of/connected with the equinox; (~ circulus => celestial equator);

[AEQUINOCTIUM, AEQUINOCTI(I)] : N the equinox;

[AEQUIPAR, (GEN.), AEQUIPARIS] : ADJ equal; exactly/perfectly alike;

[AEQUIPARABILIS, AEQUIPARABILIS, AEQUIPARABILE] : ADJ comparable, that may be compared/equated;

[AEQUIPARANTIA, AEQUIPARANTIAE] : N comparison;

[AEQUIPARATIO, AEQUIPARATIONIS] : N comparable qualities/quantities; equality of status/strength; comparison;

[AEQUIPARO, AEQUIPARARE, AEQUIPARAVI, AEQUIPARATUS] : V become/put on a equal/level with/to, rival, equal; equalize; compare, liken;

[AEQUIPEDUS, AEQUIPEDA, AEQUIPEDUM] : ADJ isosceles (triangle); having equal feet;

[AEQUIPERABILIS, AEQUIPERABILIS, AEQUIPERABILE] : ADJ comparable, that may be compared/equated;

[AEQUIPERANTIA, AEQUIPERANTIAE] : N comparison;

[AEQUIPERATIO, AEQUIPERATIONIS] : N comparable qualities/quantities; equality of status/strength; comparison;

[AEQUIPERO, AEQUIPERARE, AEQUIPERAVI, AEQUIPERATUS] : V become/put on a equal/level with/to, rival, equal; equalize; compare, liken;

[AEQUIPES, (GEN.), AEQUIPEDIS] : ADJ isosceles (triangle); having equal feet;

[AEQUIPOLLENS, (GEN.), AEQUIPOLLENTIS] : ADJ equivalent, of equal value/significance;

[AEQUIPONDIUM, AEQUIPONDI(I)] : N equal/counterbalancing weight;

[AEQUITAS, AEQUITATIS] : N justice, equity, fairness, impartiality; symmetry, conformity; evenness;

[AEQUITAS] : equitas ; justice, fairness, equity.

[AEQUITER] : ADV in equal proportions, evenly, fairly;

[AEQUITERNUS, AEQUITERNA, AEQUITERNUM] : ADJ equally eternal, coeternal;

[AEQUIVALENS, AEQUIVALENTIS] : N equivalent, of equal value or significance;

[AEQUIVALEO, AEQUIVALERE,] : V have equal power, be equivalent;

[AEQUIVOCUS, AEQUIVOCA, AEQUIVOCUM] : ADJ equivocal, ambiguous; of like significations;

[AEQUO, AEQUARE, AEQUAVI, AEQUATUS] : V level, make even/straight; equal; compare; reach as high or deep as;

[AEQUOR, AEQUORIS] : N level/smooth surface, plain; surface of the sea; sea, ocean;

[AEQUOREUS, AEQUOREA, AEQUOREUM] : ADJ of/connected with the sea, situated near/bordering on/surrounded by the sea;

[AEQUUM, AEQUI] : N level ground; equal footing/terms; what is right/fair/equitable, equity;

[AEQUUS, AEQUA -UM, AEQUIOR -OR -US, AEQUISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ level, even, equal, like; just, kind, impartial, fair; patient, contented;

[AEQUUS, EQUUS] : level, even, calm, equal, favorable, just.

[AEQUUS] : equus ; level, even, calm, equal, favorable, just.

[AER, AERIS] : air, atmosphere, ether, weather.

[AER, AERIS] : N air (one of 4 elements); atmosphere, sky; cloud, mist, weather; breeze; odor;

[AER] : aeris air, atmosphere, ether, weather.

[AERA, AERAE] : N darnel (a grass/weed, grows among wheat, subject to ergot, thereby dangerous);

[AERA, AERAE] : N parameter from which a calculation is made; item of account; era/epoch;

[AERA] : era ; 4 or 5 years, years from 38 bc (Spain).

[AERACIUS, AERACIA, AERACIUM] : ADJ of copper/bronze;

[AERAMEN, AREAMINIS] : N copper, bronze (late form for aes);

[AERAMENTUM, AERAMENTI] : N prepared copper/bronze; a strip of copper/bronze; copper/bronze vessels (pl.);

[AERARIA, AERARIAE] : N copper mine; copper refinery/works;

[AERARIUM, AERARI(I)] : N treasury, its funds; part of temple of saturn in rome holding public treasury;

[AERARIUS, AERARI(I)] : N lowest class citizen, pays poll tax but cannot vote/hold office; coppersmith;

[AERARIUS, AERARIA, AERARIUM] : ADJ of/concerned with copper/bronze/brass; of coinage/money/treasury; penny-ante;

[AERATUS, AERATA, AERATUM] : ADJ covered/decorated with/made of brass/bronze; with bronze fittings (ship);

[AERCUS, AERCA, AERCUM] : ADJ copper-; of copper/bronze/brass;

[AEREUS, AEREA, AEREUM] : ADJ of/produced in/existing in/flying in the air, airborne; aerial, towering, airy;

[AEREUS, AEREA, AEREUM] : ADJ made of/bound with/armored with/of the color of copper/bronze/brass;

[AEREUS, AEREI] : N a copper coin;

[AERICREPITANS, (GEN.), AERICREPITANTIS] : ADJ clanging/sounding with bronze/brass;

[AERIFER, AERIFERA, AERIFERUM] : ADJ carrying/bearing bronze (i.e., cymbals of the attendants of bacchus);

[AERIFICE] : ADV with the art/skill of the bronze worker;

[AERINUS, AERINA, AERINUM] : ADJ connected with/of darnel (weed found with wheat); of air, aerial;

[AERIPES, (GEN.), AERIPEDIS] : ADJ brazen-footed; having/with feet of bronze;

[AERISONUS, AERISONA, AERISONUM] : ADJ sounding with bronze/brass (instruments);

[AERIUS, AERIA, AERIUM] : ADJ of/produced in/existing in/flying in the air, airborne; aerial, towering, airy;

[AERIZUSA, AERIZUSAE] : N a kind of jasper;

[AERO, AERONIS] : N kind of basket made with plaited reeds; hamper;

[AEROIDES, AEROIDAE] : N sky-blue; the color of air; (may only be adj);

[AEROIDES, AEROIDES, AEROIDES] : ADJ cloudy; sky-blue? l+s; (beryllus aeroides => sapphire);

[AEROMANTIA, AEROMANTIAE] : N aeromancy, divination from the state of the air;

[AERONAVIGANS, AERONAVIGANTIS] : N airline personnel;

[AEROPHOBUS, AEROPHOBI] : N one who fears the air;

[AEROSUS, AEROSA, AEROSUM] : ADJ containing copper; full of copper;

[AERUCA, AERUCAE] : N verdigris, rust of copper;

[AERUGINO, AERUGINARE, AERUGINAVI, AERUGINATUS] : V rust, become rusty; become cankered;

[AERUGINOSUS, AERUGINOSA, AERUGINOSUM] : ADJ covered with verdigis; rusty;

[AERUGO, AERUGINIS] : N rust of copper, verdigris; canker of the mind, envy, ill-will, avarice;

[AERUMNA, AERUMNAE] : N toil, task, labor; hardship, trouble, affliction, distress, calamity;

[AERUMNA] : toil, hardship, tribulation.

[AERUMNABILIS, AERUMNABILIS, AERUMNABILE] : ADJ causing misery/trouble/hardship; distressing;

[AERUMNOSUS, AERUMNOSA, AERUMNOSUM] : ADJ a full of/afflicted with trouble/suffering, wretched; causing distress;

[AERUMNOSUS] : wretched.

[AERUMNULA, AERUMNULAE] : N traveler's stick for carrying a bundle/bindle;

[AERUSCATOR, AERUSCATORIS] : N beggar; itinerant juggler/entertainer (l+s);

[AERUSCO, AERUSCARE,] : V beg; go begging; get money by traveling and practicing juggling/legerdemain l+s

[AES, AERIS] : N money, pay, fee, fare; copper/bronze/brass, base metal; (w/alienum) debt; gong;

[AESALON, AESALONIS] : N species of hawk/falcon;

[AESCHROLOGIA, AESCHROLOGIAE] : N expression improper because of its ambiguity;

[AESCHYNOMENE, AESCHYNOMENES] : N plant which shrinks when touched (mimosa pudica); sensitive plant;

[AESCULANUS, AESCULANA, AESCULANUM] : ADJ pertaining to copper or money;

[AESCULETUM, AESCULETI] : N a forest of durmast or hungarian or italian oak; district of rome;

[AESCULEUS, AESCULEA, AESCULEUM] : ADJ of a variety of oak tree/wood, perhaps durmast or hungarian or italian oak;

[AESCULINUS, AESCULINA, AESCULINUM] : ADJ of a variety of oak tree/wood, perhaps durmast or hungarian or italian oak;

[AESCULNIUS, AESCULNIA, AESCULNIUM] : ADJ of a variety of oak tree/wood, perhaps durmast or hungarian or italian oak;

[AESCULUS, AESCULI] : N variety of oak tree, perhaps durmast or hungarian oak, or italian oak;

[AESOPUS, AESOPI] : N aesop (greek author of fables); (roman tragic actor contemporary with cicero);

[AESSOMUS, AESSOMA, AESSOMUM] : ADJ sleeveless;

[AESTAS ESTAS] : summer.

[AESTAS, AESTATIS] : N summer; summer heat/weather; a year;

[AESTHETICA, AESTHETICAE] : N esthetics;

[AESTIFER, AESTIFERA, AESTIFERUM] : ADJ producing/causing/bringing heat; hot, sultry;

[AESTIMABILIS, AESTIMABILIS, AESTIMABILE] : ADJ having worth or value;

[AESTIMATIO, AESTIMATIONIS] : N valuation, estimation of money value; value, price; assessment of damages;

[AESTIMATOR, AESTIMATORIS] : N appraiser, valuer; judge;

[AESTIMATORIUS, AESTIMATORIA, AESTIMATORIUM] : ADJ of/concerning the valuation of property;

[AESTIMATUS, AESTIMATUS] : N valuation (of property), estimation of money value; value, price;

[AESTIMATUS, AESTIMATA, AESTIMATUM] : ADJ valuated (price/worth), assessed/estimated (the cost/situation); esteemed;

[AESTIMIA, AESTIMIAE] : N assessment; valuation, estimate;

[AESTIMIUM, AESTIMII] : N assessment; valuation, estimate;

[AESTIMO, AESTIMARE, AESTIMAVI, AESTIMATUS] : V value, assess; estimate; reckon; consider, judge (situation); esteem;

[AESTIMO] : to estimate, guess, reckon.

[AESTIVALIS, AESTIVALIS, AESTIVALE] : ADJ of summer, designed for summer use;

[AESTIVE] : ADV in summer fashion; lightly (dress);

[AESTIVO, AESTIVARE, AESTIVAVI, AESTIVATUS] : V spend/pass the summer;

[AESTIVUM, AESTIVI] : N summer camp/quarters/pastures/apartments (pl.); campaigning season, campaigns;

[AESTIVUS ESTIVUS] : pertaining to summer.

[AESTIVUS, AESTIVA, AESTIVUM] : ADJ summer-like, summer; pertaining to/occurring in/used for/appearing in summer;

[AESTUABUNDUS, AESTUABUNDA, AESTUABUNDUM] : ADJ foaming, fermenting;

[AESTUARIUM, AESTUARI(I)] : N tidal marsh/inlet/opening, marsh; (river) estuary; air shaft, vent;

[AESTUMATIO, AESTUMATIONIS] : N valuation, estimation of money value; value, price; assessment of damages;

[AESTUMO, AESTUMARE, AESTUMAVI, AESTUMATUS] : V value, assess; estimate; reckon; consider, judge (situation); esteem;

[AESTUO, AESTUARE, AESTUAVI, AESTUATUS] : V boil, seethe, foam; billow roll in waves; be agitated/hot; burn; waver;

[AESTUO] : to burn with desire, blaze, vacillate

[AESTUOSE, AESTUOSIUS, AESTUOSISSIME] : ADV with fierce heat; fiery;

[AESTUOSUS, AESTUOSA -UM, AESTUOSIOR -OR -US, AESTUOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ burning hot, glowing, sweltering, sultry; fevered; seething (water), raging;

[AESTUS ESTUS] : heat, tide.

[AESTUS MARIS] : tides.

[AESTUS, AESTUS] : N agitation, passion, seething; raging, boiling; heat/fire; sea tide/spray/swell;

[AESTUS] : passionate fire.

[AESUM, AESI] : N live-forever, houseleek (sempervivum tectorum);

[AETAS, AETATIS] : N lifetime, age, generation; period; stage, period of life, time, era;

[AETAS] : an age, stage, period of life, time, era.

[AETATULA, AETATULAE] : N tender age of childhood; early time of life; youth; person of tender age;

[AETERNABILIS, AETERNABILIS, AETERNABILE] : ADJ eternal, everlasting;

[AETERNALIS, AETERNALIS, AETERNALE] : ADJ eternal, everlasting;

[AETERNALITER] : ADV forever;

[AETERNITAS, AETERNITATIS] : N eternity, infinite time; immortality; permanence, durability;

[AETERNO, AETERNARE, AETERNAVI, AETERNATUS] : V immortalize; confer undying fame on;

[AETERNO] : ADV for ever, always; perpetually; also; constantly;

[AETERNUM] : ADV eternally, for ever, always; perpetually; also; constantly;

[AETERNUS ETERNUS] : eternal, everlasting, without end.

[AETERNUS, AETERNA -UM, AETERNIOR -OR -US, AETERNISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ eternal/everlasting/imperishable; perpetual, w/out beginning/end; in ~=>forever;

[AETHALUS, AETHALI] : N sort of grape in egypt, soot grape;

[AETHER, AETHERIS] : N upper air; ether; heaven, sky; sky (as a god); space surrounding a deity;

[AETHER, AETHERIUS] : heaven, heavenly/ celestial.

[AETHEREUS, AETHEREA, AETHEREUM] : ADJ ethereal, heavenly, divine, celestial; of the upper atmosphere; aloft; lofty;

[AETHERIUS, AETHERIA, AETHERIUM] : ADJ ethereal, heavenly, divine, celestial; of the upper atmosphere; aloft; lofty;

[AETHIOPIA, AETHIOPIAE] : N ethiopia; present day sudan; inland central africa;

[AETHIOPIS, AETHIOPIDIS] : N species of sage (salvia aethiopis?); another plant;

[AETHIOPISSA, AETHIOPISSAE] : N ethiopian woman, female inhabitant of 'ethiopia'/sudan; negro/black woman;

[AETHIOPS, (GEN.), AETHIOPIS] : ADJ ethiopian, of/connected with 'ethiopia'/sudan/central africa;

[AETHIOPS, AETHIOPIS] : N ethiopian, inhabitant of 'ethiopia'/sudan; negro/black man; black slave;

[AETHON, (GEN.), AETHONIS] : ADJ red-brown; tawny;

[AETHRA, AETHRAE] : N brightness, splendor (of heavenly bodies); clear/bright sky; heavens; pure air;

[AETIOLOGIA, AETIOLOGIAE] : N bringing of proofs, allegation of reasons; inquiry into/explanation of causes;

[AETITES, AETITAE] : N aetites, eagle-stone (w/lapis) (a stone, hollow, with another substance within;

[AETITIS, AETITIDIS] : N precious stone] : aetites, eagle-stone (hollow, with another substance within);

[AETOMA, AETOMAE] : N gable;

[AETOMA, AETOMATIS] : N gable;

[AEVITAS, AEVITATIS] : N lifetime, age, generation; period; stage, period of life, time, era;

[AEVITAS, AEVITATIS] : N time of existence; unending/endless time, forever; immortality; days of yore;

[AEVITERNUS, AEVITERNA -UM, AEVITERNIOR -OR -US, AEVITERNISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ eternal, everlasting, imperishable; perpetual; having no beginning/end;

[AEVUM, AEVI] : N time, time of life, age, old age, generation; passage/lapse of time; all time;

[AEVUM] : age, life.

[AEVUS, AEVI] : N time, time of life, age, old age, generation; passage/lapse of time; all time;

[AEX, AEGIS] : N craggy rocks (pl.); a rock situated between the islands of tenedos and chios;

[AFA, AFAE] : N dust;

[AFANNA, AFANNAE] : N shifty excuses (pl.), evasive talk;

[AFER, AFRA, AFRUM] : ADJ african; of/connected with africa;

[AFER, AFRI] : N african; inhabitant of north coast of africa (except egypt); carthaginian;

[AFFABER, AFFABRA, AFFABRUM] : ADJ made/prepared ingeniously/skillfully/with art; ingenious, skilled in art;

[AFFABILIS, AFFABILIS, AFFABILE] : ADJ easy of access/to talk to, affable, friendly, courteous; sympathetic (words);

[AFFABILIS] : courteous.

[AFFABILITAS, AFFABILITATIS] : N affability, friendliness, courtesy;

[AFFABILITER, AFFABILITIUS, AFFABILITISSIME] : ADV conversationally, in informal/friendly discourse;

[AFFABRE] : ADV skillfully, ingeniously, artistically;

[AFFABRICATUS, AFFABRICATA, AFFABRICATUM] : ADJ fitted/added to by art;

[AFFAMEN, AFFAMINIS] : N greeting, salutation, address; accosting;

[AFFAMEN] : import.

[AFFANIA, AFFANIAE] : N trifling talk (pl.), chatter; idle jests;

[AFFATIM] : ADV sufficiently, amply, with complete satisfaction;

[AFFATUS, AFFATUS] : N address, speech, converse with; pronouncement, utterance (of);

[AFFATUS] : address, speech.

[AFFECTATIO, AFFECTATIONIS] : N seeking/striving for, aspiration to; affectation, straining for; claiming;

[AFFECTATO] : ADV studiously, zealously;

[AFFECTATOR, AFFECTATORIS] : N aspirant, zealous seeker (of), one who strives to obtain/produce;

[AFFECTATUS, AFFECTATA, AFFECTATUM] : ADJ studied, artificial, affected;

[AFFECTE] : ADV deeply, with (strong) affection;

[AFFECTIO, AFFECTIONIS] : N mental condition, mood, feeling, disposition; affection, love; purpose;

[AFFECTIOSE, AFFECTIOSIUS, AFFECTIOSISSIME] : ADV feelingly; with (kindly) feeling;

[AFFECTIOSE] : ADV affectionately;

[AFFECTIOSUS, AFFECTIOSA, AFFECTIOSUM] : ADJ full of affection/attachment;

[AFFECTIOSUS, AFFECTIOSA -UM, AFFECTIOSIOR -OR -US, AFFECTIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ full of (kindly) feeling;

[AFFECTIVUS, AFFECTIVA, AFFECTIVUM] : ADJ affective; of willing/desiring;

[AFFECTO, AFFECTARE, AFFECTAVI, AFFECTATUS] : V aim at, desire, aspire, try, lay claim to; try to control; feign, pretend;

[AFFECTOR, AFFECTARI, -, AFFECTATUS SUM] : V aim at, desire, aspire, try, lay claim to; try to control; feign, pretend;

[AFFECTRIX, AFFECTRICIS] : N aspirant (female); she who seeks/strives for (a thing);

[AFFECTUALIS, AFFECTUALIS, AFFECTUALE] : ADJ depending on a temporary condition;

[AFFECTUOSE, AFFECTUOSIUS, AFFECTUOSISSIME] : ADV feelingly; with (kindly) feeling;

[AFFECTUOSE] : ADV affectionately, kindly;

[AFFECTUOSUS, AFFECTUOSA, AFFECTUOSUM] : ADJ affectionate, kind, full of inclination/affection/love;

[AFFECTUOSUS, AFFECTUOSA -UM, AFFECTUOSIOR -OR -US, AFFECTUOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ full of (kindly) feeling;

[AFFECTUOSUS] : affectionate.

[AFFECTUS, AFFECTA, AFFECTUM] : ADJ endowed with, possessed of; minded; affected; impaired, weakened; emotional;

[AFFECTUS, AFFECTUS] : N disposition, state (of body/mind), mood, emotion; affection, passion, love;

[AFFECTUS] : goodwill, emotion, disposition of mind.

[AFFERO, AFFERRE, ATTULI, ALLATUS] : V bring to (word/food), carry, convey; report, allege, announce; produce, cause;

[AFFERO] : (adfero) to bring, give, impart, turn over

[AFFERO] : adfero ; to bring, give, impart, turn over.

[AFFERO] : to carry.

[AFFICIO, AFFICERE, AFFECI, AFFECTUS] : V affect, make impression; move, influence; cause (hurt/death), afflict, weaken;

[AFFICTICIUS, AFFICTICIA, AFFICTICIUM] : ADJ attached (to);

[AFFIGO, AFFIGERE, AFFIXI, AFFIXUS] : V fasten/fix/pin/attach to (w/dat), annex; impress upon; pierce; chain, confine;

[AFFIGURO, AFFIGURARE, AFFIGURAVI, AFFIGURATUS] : V form (a word) by analogy;

[AFFINGO, AFFINGERE, AFFINXI, AFFICTUS] : V add to, attach; aggravate; embellish, counterfeit, forge; claim wrongly;

[AFFINIS, AFFINIS, AFFINE] : ADJ neighboring, adjacent, next, bordering; related (marriage), akin, connected;

[AFFINIS, AFFINIS] : N relation (by marriage); neighbor; accomplice;

[AFFINITAS, AFFINITATIS] : N relation(ship) by marriage; relationship (man+wife), bond/union; neighborhood;

[AFFINITAS] : relationship, neighborhood.

[AFFIRMANTER] : ADV certainly, assuredly, with assurance;

[AFFIRMATE] : ADV with definite affirmation/solemn assertion, positively, certainly, assuredly;

[AFFIRMATIO, AFFIRMATIONIS] : N affirmation, strengthening of belief; assertion, dogmatic/positive statement;

[AFFIRMATIVUS, AFFIRMATIVA, AFFIRMATIVUM] : ADJ affirming, affirmative;

[AFFIRMATOR, AFFIRMATORIS] : N one who makes a definite assertion/affirmation;

[AFFIRMO, AFFIRMARE, AFFIRMAVI, AFFIRMATUS] : V affirm/assert (dogmatically/positively); confirm, ratify, restore; emphasize;

[AFFIXIO, AFFIXIONIS] : N joining/fastening to; an addition to;

[AFFIXUM, AFFIXI] : N fixtures (pl.) pertaining thereto;, permanent fittings/appendages/appurtenances;

[AFFIXUS, AFFIXA, AFFIXUM] : ADJ fastened/joined to (person/thing); impressed on, fixed to; situated close to;

[AFFLAGRANS, AFFLAGRANTIS] : N flaming/blazing up; turbulent, unquiet;

[AFFLATOR, AFFLATORIS] : N one who blows on/breathes into;

[AFFLATUS, AFFLATUS] : N breath, snorting; breeze, wind, draught, (hot) blast; stench; inspiration, flash

[AFFLECTO, AFFLECTARE, AFFLECTAVI, AFFLECTATUS] : V affect, move, influence (to a course of action);

[AFFLEO, AFFLERE, AFFLEVI, AFFLETUS] : V weep/cry at; weep as an accompaniment;

[AFFLEXUS, AFFLEXA, AFFLEXUM] : ADJ bent/turned (towards);

[AFFLICTATIO, AFFLICTATIONIS] : N grievous suffering, torment, affliction; pain, torture;

[AFFLICTATOR, AFFLICTATORIS] : N one who causes pain/suffering/torment/torture; tormenter;

[AFFLICTIO, AFFLICTIONIS] : N pain, suffering, torment;

[AFFLICTIO] : reduced condition, state.

[AFFLICTO, AFFLICTARE, AFFLICTAVI, AFFLICTATUS] : V shatter, damage, strike repeatedly, buffet, wreck; oppress, afflict; vex;

[AFFLICTOR, AFFLICTORIS] : N one who strikes against/down/overthrows;

[AFFLICTRIX, (GEN.), AFFLICTRICIS] : ADJ that strikes against/down/overthrows or collides with (female);

[AFFLICTRIX, AFFLICTRICIS] : N one (female) who strikes against/down/overthrows;

[AFFLICTUS, AFFLICTA, AFFLICTUM] : ADJ in a state of ruin (persons/countries/affairs), shattered;

[AFFLICTUS, AFFLICTUS] : N collision, blow; a striking against/dashing together;

[AFFLICTUS] : distressed, cast down, prostrate, ruined, weakened.

[AFFLIGO, AFFLIGERE, AFFLIXI, AFFLICTUS] : V overthrow/throw down; afflict, damage, crush, break, ruin; humble, weaken, vex;

[AFFLIGO] : to reduce, ruin, distress, cast down, strike against, weaken.

[AFFLO, AFFLARE, AFFLAVI, AFFLATUS] : V blow/breathe (on/towards); inspire, infuse; waft; graze; breathe poison on;

[AFFLUENCIA] : abundance, affluence.

[AFFLUENS, AFFLUENTIS (GEN.), AFFLUENTIOR -OR -US, AFFLUENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ flowing/overflowing/abounding with; abundant, plentiful, sumptuous, copious;

[AFFLUENTE, AFFLUENTIUS, AFFLUENTISSIME] : ADV richly, copiously, abundantly, extravagantly, opulently;

[AFFLUENTER, AFFLUENTIUS, AFFLUENTISSIME] : ADV abundantly, copiously; luxuriously, extravagantly;

[AFFLUENTER] : copiously, affluently.

[AFFLUENTIA, AFFLUENTIAE] : N flow (of a liquid); abundance, profusion, extravagance, opulence, riotousness;

[AFFLUO, AFFLUERE, AFFLUXI, AFFLUXUS] : V flow on/to/towards/by; glide/drift quietly; flock together, throng; abound;

[AFFLUO] : to come in haste.

[AFFODIO, AFFODERE,] : V add by digging;

[AFFOR, AFFARI, -, AFFATUS SUM] : V speak to, address; be spoked to/addressed (pass), be decreed by fate;

[AFFOR] : to speak to, address.

[AFFORMIDO, AFFORMIDARE, AFFORMIDAVI, AFFORMIDATUS] : V be afraid, fear;

[AFFRANGO, AFFRANGERE,] : V cause to be broken against, crush/strike/break against; break in pieces;

[AFFREMO, AFFREMERE,] : V roar/rage/growl (at); assent noisily to (w/dat);

[AFFRICATIO, AFFRICATIONIS] : N a rubbing on/against (a thing); friction; abrasion;

[AFFRICO, AFFRICARE, AFFRICUI, AFFRICTUS] : V rub (one thing against another); apply by rubbing, smear on;

[AFFRICO, AFFRICARE, AFFRICUI, AFFRICATUS] : V rub (one thing against another); apply by rubbing, smear on;

[AFFRICTUS, AFFRICTUS] : N friction; rubbing on;

[AFFRINGO, AFFRINGERE,] : V cause to be broken against, crush/strike/break against; break in pieces;

[AFFRIO, AFFRIARE, AFFRIAVI, AFFRIATUS] : V sprinkle (powder); crumble, grate;

[AFFULGEO, AFFULGERE, AFFULSI] : V shine forth, appear, dawn; shine/smile upon (w/favor), appear favorable;

[AFFUNDO, AFFUNDERE, AFFUDI, AFFUSUS] : V pour on/upon/into, heap up; shed/spill (blood); wash;

[AFFUNDOR, AFFUNDI, -, AFFUSUS SUM] : V prostrate oneself; cause to be spread on/over; flow alongside/past (streams);

[AFFUO, AFFUERE, AFFUXI] : V flow/stream/issue (from), flow away; abound in (w/abl), be abundant, abound;

[AFLUENS, (GEN.), AFLUENTIS] : ADJ abundant, plentiful, copious;

[AFLUO, AFLUERE, AFLUXI] : V flow/stream/issue (from), flow away; abound in (w/abl), be abundant, abound;

[AFRANIUS, AFRANI] : N afranius; (roman gens name); (l. afranius -> one of pompey's generals);

[AFRANIUS, AFRANIA, AFRANIUM] : ADJ afranius; (roman gens name); (l. ~ -> one of pompey's generals);

[AFRICA, AFRICAE] : N africa (north) (roman province); libya (carthagenian); the continent;

[AFRICANUS, AFRICANA, AFRICANUM] : ADJ african; from/of africa; plants/animals from africa;

[AFRICANUS, AFRICANI] : N panthers (pl.); (african cats); (other wild beasts);

[AFRICUS, AFRICA, AFRICUM] : ADJ african; from the southwest (e.g. sea between africa and sicily, wind);

[AFRICUS, AFRICI] : N the southwest wind;

[AGAGA, AGAGAE] : N catamite (rude), a boy kept for unnatural purposes, pathic;

[again].

[AGAMUS, AGAMA, AGAMUM] : ADJ unmarried;

[AGAPE, AGAPES] : N christian love/charity; love feast of early christians;

[AGARICUM, AGARICI] : N agaric, species of corky tree (larch) fungus used as styptic/tinder/in dyeing;

[AGASO, AGASONIS] : N driver, groom, stableboy; lackey, serving-man;

[AGATHODAEMON, AGATHODAEMONIS] : N egyptian serpent to which healing power was ascribed;

[AGATHUM, AGATHI] : N notable/distingushed/characteristic thing; precious thing, thing of great value;

[AGE] : INTERJ come!, go to!, well!, all right!;

[AGEA, AGEAE] : N gangway between the rowers in a ship;

[AGEDUM] : INTERJ come!, go to!, well!, all right!;

[AGELLULUS, AGELLULI] : N very small plot of land, very small field;

[AGELLUS, AGELLI] : N little field, small plot of land, farm, small estate;

[AGEMA, AGEMATIS] : N special division of the macedonian army, royal bodyguard;

[AGENDA, AGENDAE] : N ritual; what must be done; agenda;

[AGENS, AGENTIS] : N advocate, pleader; secret police (pl.) (frumentarii/curiosi); land surveyors;

[AGER (AGRI)] : farm, field, acre.

[AGER, AGRI] : N field, ground; farm, land, estate, park; territory, country; terrain; soil;

[AGER] : land, countryside, fields.

[AGERATON, AGERATI] : N a plant that does not easily wither (achillea ageraton?);

[AGERO, AGERERE,] : V take away, remove;

[AGETO, AGETARE, AGETAVI, AGETATUS] : V stir/drive/shake/move about; revolve; live; control, ride; consider, pursue;

[AGGAUDEO, AGGAUDERE,] : V delight in; be delighted with;

[AGGEMO, AGGEMERE,] : V groan in conjunction/sympathy (with);

[AGGENERO, AGGENERARE, AGGENERAVI, AGGENERATUS] : V beget in addition;

[AGGENICULOR, AGGENICULARI, -, AGGENICULATUS SUM] : V kneel before, bend the knee before;

[AGGER, AGGERIS] : N rampart (or material for); causeway, pier; heap, pile, mound; dam; mud wall;

[AGGER] : bulwark, mound.

[AGGERATIM] : ADV in heaps/piles;

[AGGERATIO, AGGERATIONIS] : N heaped/piled up material;

[AGGERO, AGGERARE, AGGERAVI, AGGERATUS] : V heap/fill up, bring, carry; increase, add fuel; push/crowd/press together;

[AGGERO, AGGERERE, AGGESSI, AGGESTUS] : V heap/cover up over, pile/build up, erect; accumulate; intensify, exaggerate;

[AGGERO] : to make a mound, heap up, increase.

[AGGERO] : to pucker, pile up.

[AGGESTIM] : ADV in heaps, abundantly;

[AGGESTIO, AGGESTIONIS] : N heap, heaping up; mass (of mud), heap (of sand);

[AGGESTUM, AGGESTI] : N mound, dike, elevation formed like a dike/mound;

[AGGESTUS, AGGESTI] : N mound, dike, elevation formed like a dike/mound;

[AGGESTUS, AGGESTUS] : N piling up; act of bringing; earthen bank, terrace; sprinkling earth over body;

[AGGLOMERO, AGGLOMERARE, AGGLOMERAVI, AGGLOMERATUS] : V gather into a body, mass together, join forces; pile up in masses; agglomerate;

[AGGLUTINO, AGGLUTINARE, AGGLUTINAVI, AGGLUTINATUS] : V glue/stick/adhere/fasten to/together; fit/grip on closely; bring in contact;

[AGGRAVESCO, AGGRAVESCERE,] : V become heavy; become severe/dangerous (illness), grow worse; be aggravated;

[AGGRAVO, AGGRAVARE, AGGRAVAVI, AGGRAVATUS] : V aggravate, exaggerate; weigh down, oppress; make heavier; embarrass further;

[AGGRAVO] : to annoy, incommode.

[AGGREDIO, AGGREDERE, AGGRESSI, AGGRESSUS] : V approach, advance; attack, assail; undertake, seize (opportunity), attempt;

[AGGREDIOR, AGGREDI, -, AGGRESSUS SUM] : V approach, advance; attack, assail; undertake, seize (opportunity), attempt;

[AGGREDIOR] : to go to, approach, address, attack.

[AGGREDIOR] : to go to, begin, attack.

[AGGREGATIO, AGGREGATIONIS] : N aggregation; gathering together;

[AGGREGO, AGGREGARE, AGGREGAVI, AGGREGATUS] : V collect, include, group, implicate; (cause to) flock/join together, attach;

[AGGRESSIO, AGGRESSIONIS] : N attack; action of setting about/undertaking (a task);

[AGGRESSOR, AGGRESSORIS] : N attacker, assailant;

[AGGRESSURA, AGGRESSURAE] : N attack, assault;

[AGGRESSUS, AGGRESSUS] : N attack, assault;

[AGGUBERNO, AGGUBERNARE, AGGUBERNAVI, AGGUBERNATUS] : V steer (one's course);

[AGIASPIS, AGIASPIDIS] : N soldiers with glittering/bright (brazen?) shields;

[AGILIS, AGILE, AGILIOR -OR -US, AGILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ agile, nimble, quick, swift; alert (mind), active; energetic, busy; rousing;

[AGILITAS, AGILITATIS] : N activity, quickness (mind/body), nimbleness, ease of movement;

[AGILITER, AGILITIUS, AGILITISSIME] : ADV nimbly, swiftly, with agility;

[AGINA, AGINAE] : N opening in upper part of a balance in which the tongue moves;

[AGINATOR, AGINATORIS] : N one stirred by small gain;

[AGINO, AGINARE,] : V move heaven and earth, do one's best by hook or crook;

[AGION] : ADJ holy (greek);

[AGIOS, AGI] : ADJ holy (greek);

[AGIPES, AGIPEDIS] : N senator who silently passes over to him; senator for/with he intends to vote;

[AGITABILIS, AGITABILIS, AGITABILE] : ADJ easily moved, mobile;

[AGITATIO, AGITATIONIS] : N brandishing/waving/shaking/moving violently; movement; exercise; working (land;

[AGITATOR, AGITATORIS] : N driver, charioteer; one who drives 9animals);

[AGITATRIX, AGITATRICIS] : N that causes movement (of soul);

[AGITATUS, AGITATA -UM, AGITATIOR -OR -US, AGITATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ agile, animated, brisk;

[AGITATUS, AGITATUS] : N movement, activity, state of motion;

[AGITE] : INTERJ come!, go to!, well!, all right!;

[AGITO, AGITARE, AGITAVI, AGITATUS] : V stir/drive/shake/move about; revolve; live; control, ride; consider, pursue;

[AGITO] : to put in motion, move, rouse.

[AGITO] : to put in motion, move, rouse

[AGLAOPHOTIS, AGLAPHOTIDIS] : N magic herb of brilliant color; peony (paeonia officinalis);

[AGLASPIS, AGLASPIDIS] : N soldiers with bright/brazen shields;

[AGMA, AGMATIS] : N nasalized g;

[AGMEN, AGMINIS] : N stream; herd, flock, troop, crowd; marching army, column, line; procession;

[AGMEN] : host.

[AGMINALIS, AGMINALIS, AGMINALE] : ADJ pertaining to a march/train; pack (horses);

[AGMINATIM] : ADV in hosts/hordes/crowds; in troops/trains;

[AGNA, AGNAE] : N ewe lamb; ear of grain; straw/blade (l+s);

[AGNA] : ewe, lamb.

[AGNASCOR, AGNASCI, -, AGNATUS SUM] : V be born in addition/after father's will made; develop; grow later/on, arise;

[AGNATA, AGNATAE] : N female blood relation on father's side;

[AGNATICIUS, AGNATICIA, AGNATICIUM] : ADJ pertaining to agnati (born after will); (~ jus => right of agnati to inherit);

[AGNATIO, AGNATIONIS] : N birth after father's will/death; consanguinity through father/male ancestor;

[AGNATUM, AGNATI] : N offshoot, side-shoot;

[AGNATUS, AGNATA, AGNATUM] : ADJ related, cognate;

[AGNATUS, AGNATI] : N male blood relation (father's side); one born after father made his will;

[AGNATUS] : a relation in the male line.

[AGNELLUS, AGNELLI] : N little lamb, lambkin;

[AGNELLUS] : small lamb, lambkin.

[AGNES, (GEN.), AGNENTIS] : ADJ efficient, effective, powerful;

[AGNICELLULUS, AGNICELLULI] : N little lamb, lambkin;

[AGNICELLUS, AGNICELLI] : N little lamb, lambkin;

[AGNICULUS, AGNICULI] : N little lamb, lambkin;

[AGNINA, AGNINAE] : N meat/flesh of a lamb, "lamb";

[AGNINUS, AGNINA, AGNINUM] : ADJ of/connected with a lamb, lamb's;

[AGNITIO, AGNITIONIS] : N recognition, knowledge; perception of nature/identity; avowal, acknowledgement;

[AGNITIO] : recognition, knowledge.

[AGNITIONALIS, AGNITIONALIS, AGNITIONALE] : ADJ that can be recognized/known, cognizable;

[AGNITOR, AGNITORIS] : N one who acknowledges or vouches for (a seal);

[AGNITUS, AGNITUS] : N a "recognition" (drama);

[AGNOMEN, AGNOMINIS] : N nickname, an additional name denoting an achievement/characteristic;

[AGNOMENTUM, AGNOMENTI] : N nickname, an additional name denoting an achievement/characteristic;

[AGNOMINATIO, AGNOMINATIONIS] : N linking two words different in meaning but similar in sound, paronomasia;

[AGNOMINO, AGNOMINARE, AGNOMINAVI, AGNOMINATUS] : V give/honor with a nickname/additional name denoting achievement/characteristic;

[AGNOS, AGNI] : N the chaste-tree (vitex agnus castus), tall plant resembling the willow;

[AGNOSCIBILIS, AGNOSCIBILIS, AGNOSCIBILE] : ADJ that can be recognized/known, cognizable;

[AGNOSCO, AGNOSCERE, AGNOVI, AGNITUS] : V recognize, realize, discern; acknowledge, claim, admit to/responsibility;

[AGNOSCO] : acknowledge.

[AGNOSCO] : to know again, recognize, report, understand, admit.

[AGNOSCO] : to know again, recognize, report, understand, admit/

[AGNOSCO] : to recognize, understand, perceive/

[AGNOSCO] : to recognize, understand, perceive.

[AGNOSTICISMUS, AGNOSTICISMI] : N agnosticism;

[AGNUA, AGNUAE] : N a square actus, a measure of land 120 yards square;

[AGNUS, AGNI] : N lamb;

[AGNUS] : sheep.

[AGO (EGI ACTUM )] : to spend time, live / manage, drive, lead.

[AGO, AGERE, EGI, ACTUS] : V drive, urge, conduct; spend (time w/cum); thank (w/gratias); deliver (speech);

[AGO] : egi ; actum ; to spend time, live/ manage, drive, lead.

[AGOBARDUS, AGOBARDI] : N agobard; (bishop of lyons, 816-840);

[AGOGA, AGOGAE] : N channel for drawing off water (mining);

[AGOGE, AGOGES] : N channel for drawing off water (mining);

[AGOLUM, AGOLI] : N shepherd's staff/crook;

[AGON, AGONOS/IS] : N struggle, contest; public exhibition of games;

[AGON] : agonia ; combat, public contest.

[AGONAL, AGONALIS] : N festival of janus (pl.);

[AGONALIUM, AGONALII] : N festival of janus (pl.);

[AGONIA, AGONIAE] : N victim; beast for sacrifice; (at agonalia/festival of janus);

[AGONIO, AGONIARE, AGONIAVI, AGONIATUS] : V struggle/fight (against); strive unto death (vulgate sirach 4] : 33);

[AGONISTA, AGONISTAE] : N combatant for a prize;

[AGONISTARCHA, AGONISTARCHAE] : N superintendent of public games;

[AGONISTARCHICUS, AGONISTARCHICA, AGONISTARCHICUM] : ADJ of/connected with a superintendent of public games;

[AGONIUM, AGONI(I)] : N victim; beast for sacrifice; festival honoring janus (pl.); liberalia festival;

[AGONIZO, AGONIZARE, AGONIZAVI, AGONIZATUS] : V dispute; struggle/fight (against);

[AGONOSTICUS, AGONOSTICA, AGONOSTICUM] : ADJ pertaining to a contest or struggle;

[AGONOTHETA, AGONOTHETAE] : N superintendent of public games;

[AGONOTHETA] : champion.

[AGONOTHETES, AGONOTHETAE] : N superintendent of public games;

[AGONOTHETICUS, AGONOTHETICA, AGONOTHETICUM] : ADJ of/connected with a superintendent of public games;

[AGORANOMUS, AGORANOMI] : N market inspector, grecian magistrate who inspected provisions/regulated market;

[AGRALIS, AGRALIS, AGRALE] : ADJ agrarian, of redistribution of public land; of/connected with land/estate;

[AGRAPHUM, AGRAPHI] : N things (pl.) unwritten;

[AGRARIUS, AGRARIA, AGRARIUM] : ADJ agrarian; of redistribution of public land; of/connected with land/estate;

[AGRARIUS, AGRARII] : N those who advocated agrarian reform laws/sought possession of public lands;

[AGRARIUS] : relating to the land, farming, or countryside.

[AGRATICUM, AGRATICI] : N land-tax; revenue from land;

[AGRESTIS, AGRESTIS, AGRESTE] : ADJ inhabiting countryside, rustic; rude, wild, savage; of/passing through fields;

[AGRESTIS, AGRESTIS] : N countryman, peasant; rube, rustic, bumpkin;

[AGRESTIS] : (adj) rustic, wild, unmannered, boorish, clodish.

[AGRICOLA, AGRICOLAE] : N farmer, cultivator, gardener, agriculturist; plowman, countryman, peasant;

[AGRICOLA] : (masc.) farmer, tiller of fields, cultivator.

[AGRICOLARIS, AGRICOLARIS, AGRICOLARE] : ADJ relating to farmers;

[AGRICOLATIO, AGRICOLATIONIS] : N agriculture, husbandry;

[AGRICOLOR, AGRICOLARI, -, AGRICOLATUS SUM] : V farm, cultivate land, pursue agriculture;

[AGRICULTIO, AGRICULTIONIS] : N husbandry;

[AGRICULTOR, AGRICULTORIS] : N farmer, husbandman;

[AGRICULTURA, AGRICULTURAE] : N agriculture, husbandry;

[AGRIMENSOR, AGRIMENSORIS] : N land surveyor;

[AGRIOPHYLLON, AGRIOPHYLLI] : N herb (peucedanum), hog's foot, sulphurwort;

[AGRIPETA, AGRIPETAE] : N settler, one who searches for land; land-grabber, squatter, one who seizes it;

[AGRIPETA] : (masc.) someone who seizes land, squatter, land-grabber.

[AGRIPPA, AGRIPPAE] : N agrippa (roman cognomen); (menenius a~, fable of the belly and members);

[AGRIPPINA, AGRIPPINAE] : N agrippina (roman woman's name); (mother of nero); (colonia ~ => cologne);

[AGRIUS, AGRIA, AGRIUM] : ADJ wild (of plants/other natural products); (staphis ~ => stavesacre);

[AGROSIUS, AGROSIA, AGROSIUM] : ADJ possessing land (?);

[AGROSTIS, AGROSTIS] : N couch-grass, quitch grass;

[AGROSUS, AGROSA, AGROSUM] : ADJ rich in land;

[AGRYPNIA, AGRYPNIAE] : N sleeplessness;

[AGUNA, AGUNAE] : N square actus (120 feet square) (measure of land);

[AH] : INTERJ exclamation expressing surprise/irony;

[AHA] : INTERJ exclamation expressing surprise/irony;

[AHENEUS, AHENEA, AHENEUM] : ADJ copper, of copper; bronze, made of bronze;

[AHENIPES, (GEN.), AHENIPIDIS] : ADJ bronze-footed, that has feet of bronze;

[AHENUM, AHENI] : N vessel made of copper/bronze; brazen vessel; kettle, pot, cauldron;

[AHENUS, AHENA, AHENUM] : ADJ copper, of copper (alloy); bronze, made of bronze, bronze-colored; brazen;

[AI] : INTERJ alas; exclamation expressing grief;

[AIENS, (GEN.), AIENTIS] : ADJ affirmative, affirming, saying aye;

[AIENTIA, AIENTIAE] : N affirmation;

[AIGILPS, (GEN.), AIGILPIS] : ADJ steep, sheer;

[AIIO,] : V say (defective), assert; say yes/so, affirm, assent; prescribe/lay down (law);

[AIIT] : V he says (ait), it is said; they say (aiunt);

[AIN, UNDECLINED] : N ayin; (16th letter of hebrew alphabet); (silent);

[AIN] : INTERJ indeed? really? is it possible? do you really mean it? (surprise/wonder);

[AIO,] : V say (defective), assert; say yes/so, affirm, assent; prescribe/lay down (law);

[AISNE] : INTERJ indeed? really? is it possible? do you really mean it? (surprise/wonder);

[AIT] : he says.

[AITHALES, AITHALIDOS/IS] : N plant (aizoon), houseleek (decl?);

[AIUNT] : they say.

[AIZON, AIZI] : N live-forever, houseleek (sempervivum tectorum);

[AIZOON, AIZOI] : N live-forever, houseleek (sempervivum tectorum); stone-crop (sedum album);

[AJUGA, AJUGAE] : N plant which has the power of producing abortion (also called abiga);

[ALA, ALAE] : N wing; upper arm/foreleg/fin; armpit; squadron (cavalry), flank, army's wing;

[ALA] : wing/ armpit/ naval squadron/ part of line of battle/ sails, oars.

[ALABASTER, ALABASTRI] : N a conical box for perfume (made of alabaster); antimony;

[ALABASTRITES, ALABASTRITAE] : N stalagmite (variegated alabaster, calcium carbonate) (for unguents); onyx;

[ALABASTRITIS, ALABASTRITIDIS] : N a precious stone;

[ALABASTRUM, ALABASTRI] : N a conical box for perfume (made of alabaster); antimony;

[ALABETA, ALABETAE] : N fish common in the nile;

[ALABETES, ALABETAE] : N fish common in the nile;

[ALACER, ALACRIS -E, ALACRIOR -OR -US, ALACERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ eager, spirited, quick, brisk, active; courageous, ready; happy, cheerful;

[ALACER] : (-ris) quick, sharp, rapid, ready, keen.

[ALACRIS, ALACRIS, ALACRE] : ADJ eager, spirited, quick, brisk, active; courageous, ready; happy, cheerful;

[ALACRITAS, ALACRITATIS] : N eagerness, enthusiasm, ardor, alacrity; cheerfulness, liveliness;

[ALACRITAS] : rapidity, quickness, animation, sharpness, eagerness.

[ALACRITER] : ADV eagerly, briskly;

[ALAPA, ALAPAE] : N blow (with the flat of the hand), slap, smack; box on the ear;

[ALARIS, ALARIS, ALARE] : ADJ of/consisting of auxiliary cavalry or other troops;

[ALARIS, ALARIS] : N auxiliary cavalry (pl.) or other troops;

[ALARIUS, ALARI(I)] : N auxiliary troops (pl.), posted on the wings of the army;

[ALARIUS, ALARIA, ALARIUM] : ADJ of the wing (of an army); pertaining to the auxiliary cavalry;

[ALARIUS] : relating to the wing of an army/ allied troops.

[ALATERNUS, ALATERNI] : N evergreen shrub, buckthorn (used for pigments (e.g., sap-green)/cathartic);

[ALATUS, ALATA, ALATUM] : ADJ winged, having/furnished with wings;

[ALATUS] : winged, having wings.

[ALAUDA, ALAUDAE] : N crested lark; legion raised by caesar in gaul; soldiers (pl.) of this legion;

[ALAUDA] : the lark.

[ALAUSA, ALAUSAE] : N small fish in the moselle, shad (culpea alusa);

[ALAZON, ALAZONIS] : N braggart, boaster;

[ALBA, ALBAE] : N alb, white clerical vestment reaching to the feet with closed sleeves;

[ALBA, ALBAE] : N white precious stone; pearl;

[ALBA] : alb.

[ALBAMENTUM, ALBAMENTI] : N white (of an egg);

[ALBARIS, ALBARIS, ALBARE] : ADJ of stucco, stucco; pertaining to the whitening of walls (l+s);

[ALBARIUM, ALBARII] : N stucco, stucco-work; the whitening of walls;

[ALBARIUS, ALBARIA, ALBARIUM] : ADJ of stucco, stucco; pertaining to the whitening of walls (l+s);

[ALBATUS, ALBATA, ALBATUM] : ADJ clothed in white;

[ALBATUS, ALBATI] : N the white team/faction in chariot racing;

[ALBEDO, ALBEDINIS] : N white color, whiteness;

[ALBENS, (GEN.), ALBENTIS] : ADJ white, light, bleached; made/covered in white; pale, pallid; bright, clear;

[ALBEO, ALBERE,] : V be/appear white/pale/light-colored/white with age;

[ALBEO] : to become white.

[ALBESCO, ALBESCERE,] : V become white/pale/light-colored/white with age; become bright, gleam, glow;

[ALBICANTIUS] : ADV COMP somewhat in the way of white;

[ALBICAPILLUS, ALBICAPILLA, ALBICAPILLUM] : ADJ gray-haired;

[ALBICASCO, ALBICASCERE,] : V grow bright;

[ALBICERATUS, ALBICERATA, ALBICERATUM] : ADJ pale yellow, wax-white; (albicerata ficus => a variety of fig);

[ALBICERIS, ALBICERIS, ALBICERE] : ADJ pale yellow, wax-white; (olea albiceris => a variety of olive);

[ALBICERUS, ALBICERA, ALBICERUM] : ADJ pale yellow, wax-white;

[ALBICO, ALBICARE, ALBICAVI, ALBICATUS] : V be white; have a whitish tinge, verge on white;

[ALBICOLOR, (GEN.), ALBICOLORIS] : ADJ of a white color, white colored;

[ALBICOMUS, ALBICOMA, ALBICOMUM] : ADJ white-haired; having white fibers (flowers/plants);

[ALBICOR, ALBICARI, -, ALBICATUS SUM] : V be white; have a whitish tinge, verge on white;

[ALBIDUS, ALBIDA -UM, ALBIDIOR -OR -US, AIBIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ white, whitish, pale;

[ALBINEUS, ALBINEA, ALBINEUM] : ADJ white;

[ALBINUS, ALBINI] : N plasterer, one who covers walls with stucco/plaster;

[ALBION, ALBIONIS] : N britain (ancient name);

[ALBIS, ALBIS] : N elbe; (river in germany);

[ALBITUDO, ALBITUDINIS] : N whiteness;

[ALBO, ALBARE, ALBAVI, ALBATUS] : V make white;

[ALBOGALERUS, ALBOGALERI] : N white cap of the priest/flamen dialis;

[ALBOGILVUS, ALBOGILVA, ALBOGILVUM] : ADJ whitish yellow;

[ALBOR, ALBORIS] : N white of an egg; whiteness, white color (eccl.);

[ALBUCUM, ALBUCI] : N variety of asphodel/its stalk/reeds; (immortal lily, covered elysian fields);

[ALBUCUS, ALBUCI] : N bulb of the asphodel; the plant itself;

[ALBUELIS, ALBUELIS] : N variety of vine;

[ALBUGO, ALBUGINIS] : N white opaque spot on the eye; disorder of the scalp;

[ALBULUS, ALBULA, ALBULUM] : ADJ white, pale, whitish;

[ALBUM, ALBI] : N white (color); white (eye/egg); white tablet, official list, register;

[ALBUM] : writing tablet/ list.

[ALBUMEN, ALBUMINIS] : N white of an egg, albumen;

[ALBUMENTUM, ALBUMENTI] : N white (of an egg);

[ALBURNUM, ALBURNI] : N sapwood, soft white wood next to the bark of trees;

[ALBURNUS, ALBURNI] : N a white fish (bleak or blay?);

[ALBUS, ALBA -UM, ALBIOR -OR -US, ALBISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ white, pale, fair, hoary, gray; bright, clear; favorable, auspicious, fortunate;

[ALBUS] : white.

[ALCE, ALCES] : N elk;

[ALCEA, ALCEAE] : N species of mallow (flowering plant);

[ALCEDO, ALCEDINIS] : N halcyon; kingfisher; sea birds (pl.);

[ALCEDO] : the kingfisher.

[ALCEDONIUM, ALCEDONI(I)] : N halcyon days (pl.); time around the winter solstice when the halcyon breed;

[ALCEDONIUM, ALCEDONII] : N "halcyon (breeding) days" (pl.), winter calm; deep/profound calm/tranquility;

[ALCES, ALCIS] : N moose, elk;

[ALCES] : the elk.

[ALCIBIUM, ALCIBI(I)] : N plant use as antidote for snake-bite;

[ALCIMA, ALCIMAE] : N water plantain;

[ALCINUS, ALCINA, ALCINUM] : ADJ of an elk;

[ALCYON, ALCYONIS] : N halcyon; kingfisher; sea birds (pl.);

[ALCYON] : the kingfisher.

[ALCYONE, ALCYONES] : N halcyon; kingfisher; sea birds (pl.);

[ALCYONEUM, ALCYONEI] : N a kind of floating sponge, believed to be nest of halcyon; medicine from it;

[ALCYONEUS, ALCYONEA, ALCYONEUM] : ADJ "halcyon" (days w/dies), time around the winter solstice when the halcyon breed;

[ALCYONIDUS, ALCYONIDA, ALCYONIDUM] : ADJ "halcyon" (days w/dies), time around the winter solstice when the halcyon breed;

[ALCYONIS, (GEN.), ALCYONIDIS] : ADJ "halcyon (breeding) (days)" (pl.), winter calm;

[ALEA IACTA EST! ] : PHRASE the die is cast!

[ALEA, ALEAE] : N game of dice; die; dice-play; gambling, risking; chance, venture, risk, stake;

[ALEA] : dice game/ risk, chance, hazard.

[ALEARIS, ALEARIS, ALEARE] : ADJ of/pertaining to a game of chance;

[ALEARIUS, ALEARIA, ALEARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a game of chance; (friendships) formed at the gaming table;

[ALEATOR, ALEATORIS] : N dice-player, gambler;

[ALEATOR] : dice-player/ gambler/ someone who takes chances.

[ALEATORIUM, ALEATORII] : N gaming house, place where games of chance are played;

[ALEATORIUS, ALEATORIA, ALEATORIUM] : ADJ of dice/gambling; (aleatoria damna => losses at gambling); of a gambler/gamester

[ALEBRE, ALEBRIS] : N nourishing food (pl.);

[ALEBRIS, ALEBRIS, ALEBRE] : ADJ nutritious;

[ALEC, ALECIS] : N herrings; a fish sauce; pickle;

[ALECTORIA, ALECTORIAE] : N precious stone, said to be found in gizzards of cocks;

[ALECULA, ALECULAE] : N fish sauce;

[ALEO, ALEONIS] : N gambler;

[ALEPH, UNDECLINED] : N alef; (1st letter of hebrew alphabet); (silent, use as an a only in order);

[ALERIUS, ALERIA, ALERIUM] : ADJ concerned with gambling;

[ALES, (GEN.), ALITIS] : ADJ winged, having wings; swift, quick; (ales deus => mercury; ales puer => cupid);

[ALES, ALITIS] : N bird (esp. large bird); winged god/monster; omen, augury; (regia ales => eagle);

[ALES] : augury.

[ALESCO, ALESCERE,] : V be nourished; grow up; increase (late latin);

[ALESCO] : to grow, mature.

[ALETUDO, ALETUDINIS] : N corpulence, fatness;

[ALEX, ALECIS] : N herrings; a fish sauce; pickle;

[ALEXANDER, ALEXANDRI] : N alexander; (common greek name); (alexander the great - macedonian king/general);

[ALEXANDREA, ALEXANDREAE] : N alexandria; (city in egypt and others);

[ALEXANDRIA, ALEXANDRIAE] : N alexandria; (city in egypt and others);

[ALEXANDRINUS, ALEXANDRINA, ALEXANDRINUM] : ADJ alexandrian, of/belonging to alexandria (city in egypt and others);

[ALEXIPHARMACON, ALEXIPHARMACI] : N antidote for poison;

[ALGA, ALGAE] : N sea-weed; rubbish, uncountable stuff; water plants;

[ALGA] : sea-weed.

[ALGENS, (GEN.), ALGENTIS] : ADJ cold (weather), chilly (insufficient clothing); cold (of things normally hot);

[ALGENSIS, ALGENSIS, ALGENSE] : ADJ living on seaweed (spec. of a variety of purple fish);

[ALGEO, ALGERE, ALSI] : V be/feel/become cold/chilly/cool; endure cold; be neglected/left in the cold;

[ALGEO] : (-ere, alsi, algens) to be cold.

[ALGESCO, ALGESCERE, ALSI] : V catch cold; become cold (things);

[ALGESCO] : to bcome cold/ to catch cold.

[ALGIDUS, ALGIDA, ALGIDUM] : ADJ cold;

[ALGIDUS] : (-a, -um) cold.

[ALGIFICUS, ALGIFICA, ALGIFICUM] : ADJ chilling;

[ALGOR, ALGORIS] : N cold, coldness; chilliness; a fit of shivering; cold weather (pl.);

[ALGOR] : cold.

[ALGOSUS, ALGOSA, ALGOSUM] : ADJ abounding in/covered with seaweed;

[ALGU, ALGUS] : N feeling of cold; coldness;

[ALGUS, ALGUS] : N feeling of cold; coldness;

[ALIA] : ADV by another/different way/route;

[ALIAS] : ADV at/in another time/place; previously, subsequently; elsewhere; otherwise;

[ALIAS] : at another time/ otherwise.

[ALIATUM, ALIATI] : N food made with garlic;

[ALIBI] : ADV elsewhere, in another place; in other respects , otherwise; in another matter;

[ALIBI] : else where, in other respects

[ALIBI] : elsewhere, in other respects.

[ALIBILIS, ALIBILE, ALIBILIOR -OR -US, ALIBILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ nourishing (food), nutritious; able to be fattened (animals);

[ALICA, ALICAE] : N emmer (wheat) (triticum dicoccum) grots/grits; porridge/gruel made with these;

[ALICA] : spelt.

[ALICACIUS, ALICACIA, ALICACIUM] : ADJ made of emmer (wheat) (triticum dicoccum) grots/grits; spelt grits (l+s);

[ALICARIA, ALICARIAE] : N prostitute (who often were found near the mill grinding alica), 'mill girl';

[ALICARIUS, ALICARIA, ALICARIUM] : ADJ connected with emmer (wheat) production;

[ALICARIUS, ALICARII] : N miller who grinds emmer (wheat); (or spelt l+s);

[ALICASTRUM, ALICASTRI] : N early-ripening variety of emmer (wheat); summer-spelt (l+s);

[ALICUBI] : ADV somewhere, anywhere; elsewhere; occasionally;

[ALICUBI] : everywhere, somewhere.

[ALICULA, ALICULAE] : N light coat/cloak/hunting dress; child's coat;

[ALICUNDE] : ADV from some place/somewhere, from some source or other;

[ALICUNDE] : from somewhere, from anywhere.

[ALIENA NOBIS, NOSTRA PLUS ALIIS PLACENT. ] : PHRASE we like other people's (things) the best, others like ours.

[ALIENA QUADRA VIVERE] : to live from another's table.

[ALIENARI] : (pass) to lose one's mind.

[ALIENATIO, ALIENATIONIS] : N transference of ownership, the right to; aversion, dislike; numbness, stupor;

[ALIENATIO] : alienation, transfer of ownership.

[ALIENIGENA, ALIENIGENAE] : N stranger, foreigner, alien; something imported/exotic; foreign-born;

[ALIENIGENA] : foreign, strange, outlandish.

[ALIENIGENUS, ALIENIGENA, ALIENIGENUM] : ADJ different, foreign, alien; of/born in another country; imported, exotic; mixed;

[ALIENIGENUS] : composite, made up of different substances, heterogenous.

[ALIENILOQUIUM, ALIENILOQUII] : N the talk of crazy persons; crazy talk;

[ALIENITAS, ALIENITATIS] : N external causes of disease;

[ALIENO, ALIENARE, ALIENAVI, ALIENATUS] : V alienate, give up, lose possession, transfer by sale, estrange; become numb;

[ALIENO] : to let go, transfer/ estrange/ forget.

[ALIENOR, ALIENARI, -, ALIENATUS SUM] : V avoid (with antipathy); cause to feel disgust; be insane/mad; be different;

[ALIENUM, ALIENI] : N another's property/land/possessions; foreign soil; other's affairs/views (pl.);

[ALIENUS, ALIENA -UM, ALIENIOR -OR -US, ALIENISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ foreign; unconnected; another's; contrary; unworthy; averse, hostile; mad;

[ALIENUS, ALIENI] : N foreigner; outsider; stranger to the family; person/slave of another house;

[ALIENUS] : somebody else's, foreign, alien, strange, different.

[ALIETUM, ALIETI] : N osprey;

[ALIFER, ALIFERA, ALIFERUM] : ADJ winged;

[ALIGER, ALIGERA, ALIGERUM] : ADJ winged, having wings; moving with the speed of flight;

[ALIGER] : winged, having wings.

[ALII .. ALII] : some .. others.

[ALII ... ALII] : some ... others.

[ALII] : CONJ some ... others (alii ... alii);

[ALIIS SI LICET, TIBI NON LICET. ] : PHRASE even though it is permitted for others, it isn't permitted for you.

[ALIMENTARIUS, ALIMENTARI(I)] : N person whose maintenance is provided by (public/private) charity/alms/by a will;

[ALIMENTARIUS, ALIMENTARIA, ALIMENTARIUM] : ADJ of maintenance by (public) charity, welfare; charity supported;

[ALIMENTUM, ALIMENTI] : N food, fuel; nourishment, provisions; sustenance, maintenance, livelihood, alms;

[ALIMENTUM] : food, provender, victuals.

[ALIMONIA, ALIMONIAE] : N food, nourishment; feeding, nurture, upbringing; cost of maintenance;

[ALIMONIA] : nourishment.

[ALIMONIUM, ALIMONI(I)] : N food, nourishment; feeding, nurture, upbringing; cost of maintenance;

[ALIMONIUM] : nourishment, essentials, provisions, food.

[ALIO] : ADV elsewhere, another direction; to another place/subject/purpose/course of action;

[ALIO] : to another place, person, end/ for another purpose.

[ALIOQUI] : (adv.) otherwise.

[ALIOQUI] : ADV otherwise, in other/some respects; besides, else; in any case; in general;

[ALIOQUIN] : (adv.) otherwise, in some respects/ in general.

[ALIOQUIN] : (adv.) otherwise, in some respects / in general.

[ALIOQUIN] : ADV otherwise, in other/some respects; besides, else; in any case; in general;

[ALIORSUM] : ADV to another place/direction/person, elsewhere; different context/manner/sense;

[ALIORSUS] : ADV to another place/direction/person, elsewhere; different context/manner/sense;

[ALIOVORSUM] : ADV to another place/direction/person, elsewhere; different context/manner/sense;

[ALIOVORSUS] : ADV to another place/direction/person, elsewhere; different context/manner/sense;

[ALIPES, (GEN.), ALIPEDIS] : ADJ without grease/fat, greaseless, fatless;

[ALIPES, (GEN.), ALIPEDIS] : ADJ wing-footed; swift, moving with the speed of flight, "flying";

[ALIPES, ALIPEDIS] : N mercury, the wing-footed god;

[ALIPES] : wing-footed.

[ALIPILUS, ALIPILI] : N slave who plucked the hair from armpits of bathers;

[ALIPTA, ALIPTAE] : N one who anoints; manager of school of wrestlers; master of wrestlers/the ring;

[ALIPTES, ALIPTAE] : N one who anoints; manager of school of wrestlers; master of wrestlers/the ring;

[ALIQU] : PRON any; some;

[ALIQU] : PRON anyone, anybody, anything; someone, something; one or another;

[ALIQUA] : ADV somehow, in some way or another, by some means or other; to some extent;

[ALIQUA] : some.

[ALIQUAM] : ADV largely, to a large extent, a lot of; (~ multi/multum => fair number/amount);

[ALIQUAM] : in some degree

[ALIQUAMDIU] : ADV for some time, for a considerable time/distance (travel), for a while;

[ALIQUANDIU] : ADV for some time, for a considerable time/distance (travel), for a while;

[ALIQUANDO] : ADV sometime (or other), at any time, ever; finally; before too late; at length;

[ALIQUANDO] : at any time, sometimes, occasionally, at last.

[ALIQUANDO] : at times, sometimes; once, formerly

[ALIQUANTA] : (adj.) moderate, or some size.

[ALIQUANTILLUM, ALIQUANTILLI] : N a very small amount; very little indeed; a little bit;

[ALIQUANTISPER] : ADV for some time, for a while;

[ALIQUANTO] : ADV somewhat, to/by some (considerable) extent/amount; considerably;

[ALIQUANTO] : somewhat, considerably.

[ALIQUANTORSUM] : ADV somewhat toward (a place);

[ALIQUANTULO] : ADV to a little/small amount/bit/extent; slightly, somewhat;

[ALIQUANTULUM, ALIQUANTULI] : N a little/small amount; a fair amount/good deal of; something; bit;

[ALIQUANTULUM] : ADV to a little/small amount/bit/extent; slightly, somewhat;

[ALIQUANTULUS, ALIQUANTULA, ALIQUANTULUM] : ADJ little, small; a little/small amount/quantity/number/part/bit of;

[ALIQUANTULUS] : little, small, diminutive/ a little, a bit.

[ALIQUANTUM, ALIQUANTI] : N certain/fair amount/number/degree; a considerable quantity; a part/bit;

[ALIQUANTUM] : (noun) a good deal.

[ALIQUANTUM] : ADV to some extent, in some degree, somewhat, slightly, a little;

[ALIQUANTUS, ALIQUANTA, ALIQUANTUM] : ADJ a certain quantity/amount/number/size of; quite a quantity of; moderate;

[ALIQUANTUS] : (adj.) of some size, moderate.

[ALIQUATENUS] : ADV for a certain/restricted distance/time/degree/extent; while, up to a point;

[ALIQUATENUS] : to a certain extent.

[ALIQUI -QUA -QUOD] : some, any

[ALIQUI] : ADV in some way/extent;

[ALIQUI] : some.

[ALIQUID] : ADV to some degree/extent; somewhat;

[ALIQUID] : someone, somebody, something.

[ALIQUIS -QUA -QUID] : someone, something; some, any

[ALIQUIS] : someone, anyone, anything, (adv.) in any respect.

[ALIQUIT] : ADV to some degree/extent; somewhat;

[ALIQUO] : (adv.) in some direction.

[ALIQUO] : ADV to some place/person (or other); in some/any direction/quarter; some/anywhere;

[ALIQUOD, UNDECLINED] : ADJ some, several; a few; not many; a number (of); more than one;

[ALIQUOD, UNDECLINED] : N some/several/a few people; more than one; a number;

[ALIQUOD] : NUM some, several; a few; not many; a number (of); several people, more than one;

[ALIQUOD] : some.

[ALIQUODFARIAM] : ADV in several places;

[ALIQUOMODO] : ADV in some manner, somehow;

[ALIQUOT, UNDECLINED] : N some/several/a few people; more than one; a number;

[ALIQUOT, UNDECLINED] : ADJ some, several; a few; not many; a number (of); more than one;

[ALIQUOT] : NUM some, several; a few; not many; a number (of); several people, more than one;

[ALIQUOT] : some, several.

[ALIQUOTFARIAM] : ADV in several places;

[ALIQUOTIENS] : ADV a number of times, several times;

[ALIQUOTIENS] : several times, at different times

[ALIQUOTIENS] : some times.

[ALIQUOTIES] : ADV a number of times, several times;

[ALIQUOVORSUM] : ADV in some direction/quarter;

[ALISALIUS, ALISALIA, ALISALIUD] : ADJ one another; (alisalios/in alisalio => against one another - vulgate 4 ezra);

[ALISMA, ALISMATIS] : N aquatic plant, water plantain (alisma plantago);

[ALITER] : ADV otherwise, differently; in any other way (aliter ac => otherwise than);

[ALITER] : otherwise, in another way, in a different fashion.

[ALITUDO, ALITUDINIS] : N nourishment;

[ALITURA, ALITURAE] : N feeding, nourishing; nature, rearing;

[ALITURGICUS, ALITURGICA, ALITURGICUM] : ADJ without liturgy;

[ALITUS, ALITUS] : N nourishment, sustenance; support;

[ALIUBEI] : ADV in (an)other place/places; in one place..in another; in some cases, sometimes;

[ALIUM, ALI(I)] : N garlic, garlic plant;

[ALIUNDE] : ADV from another person/place, from elsewhere/a different source/cause/material;

[ALIUS, ALIA, ALIUD] : ADJ other, another; different, changed; (alii...alii => some...others);

[ALIUS] : +quam = other than.

[ALIUS] : alia ; aliud ; other, another, someone else, something else.

[ALIUS] : aliter ; in different ways.

[ALIUS] : atque ; other than.

[ALIUS] : CONJ the one ... the other (alius ... alius);

[ALIUSMODI] : ADV of another kind; in another way/different fashion; somehow else;

[ALIUSMODI] : in another way, somehow else, in a different fashion.

[ALIUTA] : ADV in another way/manner, otherwise;

[ALLABOR, ALLABI, -, ALLAPSUS SUM] : V glide/move/flow/fall towards (w/dat/acc); creep up; steal into; fly (missiles);

[ALLABORO, ALLABORARE, ALLABORAVI, ALLABORATUS] : V make a special effort; take trouble to;

[ALLACRIMO, ALLACRIMARE,] : V shed tears, cry, weep (at or as an accompaniment to something);

[ALLAMBO, ALLAMBERE,] : V lick (of flames); touch;

[ALLAPSUS, ALLAPSUS] : N gliding up; gliding/stealthy approach; flowing towards or near;

[ALLATRO, ALLATRARE, ALLATRAVI, ALLATRATUS] : V bark at; rail at; rage, roar (sea);

[ALLATUS (=ADFERO)] : having been brought.

[ALLAUDABILIS, ALLAUDABILIS, ALLAUDABILE] : ADJ praiseworthy, commendable;

[ALLAUDO, ALLAUDARE, ALLAUDAVI, ALLAUDATUS] : V praise, commend;

[ALLAVO, ALLAVARE, ALLAVAVI, ALLAVATUS] : V flow up to (water), wash;

[ALLEC, ALLECIS] : N herrings; a fish sauce; pickle;

[ALLEC] : herrings

[ALLEC] : herrings, pickled fish.

[ALLECTATIO, ALLECTATIONIS] : N coaxing, enticing, encouragement, invitation;

[ALLECTATOR, ALLECTATORIS] : N one who coaxes/entices/attracts/invites/encourages;

[ALLECTO, ALLECTARE, ALLECTAVI, ALLECTATUS] : V entice, allure, encourage, invite;

[ALLECTOR, ALLECTORIS] : N official of a collegium (concerned with dues or admission);

[ALLECTURA, ALLECTURAE] : N office of collector of revenues (colligium allector);

[ALLEGATIO, ALLEGATIONIS] : N allegation, charge; intercession; representation made on behalf of another;

[ALLEGATUM, ALLEGATI] : N account; something pledged

[ALLEGATUS, ALLEGATUS] : N instigation, prompting;

[ALLEGO, ALLEGARE, ALLEGAVI, ALLEGATUS] : V depute/send as agent, commission; put up, suborn; urge/plea, lay before; allege;

[ALLEGO, ALLEGERE, ALLEGI, ALLECTUS] : V choose, admit, elect, recruit, select, appoint;

[ALLEGORIA, ALLEGORIAE] : N allegory;

[ALLEGORICE] : ADV allegorically;

[ALLEGORICUS, ALLEGORICA, ALLEGORICUM] : ADJ allegorical;

[ALLEGORIZO, ALLEGORIZARE, ALLEGORIZAVI, ALLEGORIZATUS] : V allegorize, speak in allegories;

[ALLELUIA] : INTERJ halleluia, cry of joy and praise; (praise ye Jehovah);

[ALLELUIATICUS, ALLELUIATICA, ALLELUIATICUM] : ADJ pertaining to the alleluia; (w/versus) verses containing 'alleluia';

[ALLENIMENTUM, ALLENIMENTI] : N soothing remedy/relief;

[ALLEVAMENTUM, ALLEVAMENTI] : N mitigation; relief, alleviation;

[ALLEVATIO, ALLEVATIONIS] : N alleviation, easing; relief; lifting up, raising; elevation;

[ALLEVATOR, ALLEVATORIS] : N one who lifts/raises up;

[ALLEVIATIO, ALLEVIATIONIS] : N alleviation, easing; relief; lifting up, raising; elevation;

[ALLEVIO, ALLEVIARE, ALLEVIAVI, ALLEVIATUS] : V lighten, make light; deal lightly/leniently with; raise up, relieve;

[ALLEVO, ALLEVARE, ALLEVAVI, ALLEVATUS] : V smooth, smooth off, make smooth; polish; depilate;

[ALLEVO, ALLEVARE, ALLEVAVI, ALLEVATUS] : V lift/heap/pile up, raise, exalt; alleviate, diminish, weaken; comfort, console;

[ALLEX, ALLECIS] : N herrings; a fish sauce; pickle;

[ALLIATUM, ALLIATI] : N food composed of/seasoned with garlic;

[ALLIBENTIA, ALLIBENTIAE] : N inclination (for);

[ALLIBESCO, ALLIBESCERE,] : V be pleasing, gratify; be roused with desire (for);

[ALLICEFACIO, ALLICEFACERE, ALLICEFECI, ALLICEFACTUS] : V entice, allure;

[ALLICIO, ALLICERE, ALLEXI, ALLECTUS] : V draw gently to, entice, lure, induce (sleep), attract, win over, encourage;

[ALLIDO, ALLIDERE, ALLISI, ALLISUS] : V dash against; crush against, bruise; ruin; shipwreck;

[ALLIGAMENTUM, ALLIGAMENTI] : N band, binding, tie;

[ALLIGATIO, ALLIGATIONIS] : N tying or binding to supports; a bond; band;

[ALLIGATOR, ALLIGATORIS] : N one who ties or binds (to a support);

[ALLIGATURA, ALLIGATURAE] : N band, binding; fastening;

[ALLIGATUS, ALLIGATI] : N slaves (pl.) who are fettered;

[ALLIGO, ALLIGARE, ALLIGAVI, ALLIGATUS] : V bind/fetter (to); bandage; hinder, impede, detain; accuse; implicate/involve in;

[ALLINO, ALLINERE, ALLINEVI, ALLINITUS] : V smear/spread/dash over (w/dat); spread out on; adhere to;

[ALLISIO, ALLISIONIS] : N dashing against; striking upon;

[ALLIUM, ALLI(I)] : N garlic, garlic plant;

[ALLIUM] : -ii, (neut.) garlic Allium sativum Pliny, Cassell

[ALLOBROX, ALLOBROGIS] : N allobroges (pl.), a people of gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[ALLOCUTIO, ALLOCUTIONIS] : N satisfaction; confort; (vulgate);

[ALLOCUTIO, ALLOCUTIONIS] : N address (spoken/written), manner of address; consolation; harangue, exhortation;

[ALLOCUTIO] : to address, encouragement.

[ALLOPHYLUS, ALLOPHYLA, ALLOPHYLUM] : ADJ foreign; of another race/stock;

[ALLOQUIUM, ALLOQUI(I)] : N address, addressing, talk; talking to, encouragement, friendly/reassuring words;

[ALLOQUOR, ALLOQUI, -, ALLOCUTUS SUM] : V speak to (friendly); address, harangue, make a speech (to); call on; console;

[ALLOQUOR] : to address, encourage.

[ALLUBENTIA, ALLUBENTIAE] : N inclination (for);

[ALLUBESCO, ALLUBESCERE,] : V be pleasing, gratify; be roused with desire (for);

[ALLUCEO, ALLUCERE, ALLUXI] : V shine upon; light (a torch); show/give (opportunity/chance); give/supply light;

[ALLUCINATOR, ALLUCINATORIS] : N idle dreamer, silly fellow; one who is wandering in mind;

[ALLUCTOR, ALLUCTARI, -, ALLUCTATUS SUM] : V wrestle; wrestle with (w/dat);

[ALLUDIO, ALLUDIARE, ALLUDIAVI, ALLUDIATUS] : V play/frolic (with);

[ALLUDO, ALLUDERE, ALLUSI, ALLUSUS] : V frolic/play/sport around/with, play against; jest, make mocking allusion to;

[ALLUO, ALLUERE, ALLUI] : V wash/flow past/near/against, lap; beset; bathe (pers.) (tears); deposit silt;

[ALLUS, ALLI] : N big toe;

[ALLUSIO, ALLUSIONIS] : N playing/frolicking/sporting with;

[ALLUVIES, ALLUVIEI] : N silt, soil deposited by a river; floodland by a river; lapping of waves;

[ALLUVIES, ALLUVIEI] : N inundation, flood; overflow; superabundance;

[ALLUVIO, ALLUVIONIS] : N flood, overflow; addition made to land by deposition of slit; superabundance;

[ALLUVIUS, ALLUVIA, ALLUVIUM] : ADJ alluvial, from river overflow/deposit;

[ALMA MATER ] : PHRASE bounteous mother

[ALMA] : a nourishing one.

[ALMARIUM, ALMARII] : N sacristy;

[ALMITAS, ALMITATIS] : N nurture, kindness; bounty; title/epithet for a bishop;

[ALMITAS] : bounty.

[ALMITIES, ALMITIEI] : N kind behavior;

[ALMONIUM, ALMONII] : N nourishment, food;

[ALMUCIA, ALMUCIAE] : N amice; (oblong white shawl draped over shoulders of priest, worn w/alb);

[ALMUS, ALMA, ALMUM] : ADJ nourishing, kind, propitious; of a nurse/breast, providing nurture, fostering;

[ALMUS] : bountiful.

[ALMUS] : kind, generous/ nourishing.

[ALMUTIUM, ALMUTII] : N mozzetta; (short vestement with hood worn by pope and others dhe designates);

[ALNEUS, ALNEA, ALNEUM] : ADJ of alder-wood, alder;

[ALNUS, ALNA, ALNUM] : ADJ of alder-wood, alder-;

[ALNUS, ALNI] : N alder; (something usually made of alder wood) plank, bridge, boat, ship;

[ALNUS] : alder.

[ALNUS] : the alder tree.

[ALO (ALUI ALTUM)] : nourish, cherish, support, sustain, maintain, keep.

[ALO, ALERE, ALUI, ALTUS] : V feed, nourish, rear, nurse, suckle; cherish; support, maintain, develop;

[ALO, ALERE, ALUI, ALITUS] : V feed, nourish, rear, nurse, suckle; cherish; support, maintain, develop;

[ALO] : nourish, cherish, support, sustain, maintain, keep.

[ALODUS] : heritable estate.

[ALOE, ALOES] : N aloe plant (aloe vera); thickened aloe juice (as purgative); bitterness;

[ALOGIA, ALOGIAE] : N folly, nonsense; irrational conduct/action; dumbness, muteness (l+s);

[ALOGUS, ALOGA, ALOGUM] : ADJ irrational, nonsensical; that does not correspond (math); irregular (verse);

[ALOPECIA, ALOPECIAE] : N bald patch on head (from mange); fox mange (usu. pl.) (l+s);

[ALOPECIS, ALOPECIDIS] : N variety of vine;

[ALOPECUROS, ALOPECURI] : N beard-grass, similar grass; fox-tail (l+s);

[ALOPEX, ALOPECIS] : N thresher shark (alopias vulpes); sea-fox (l+s);

[ALPHA, UNDECLINED] : N alpha, 1st letter of greek alphabet; a; first/foremost (group/class); beginning;

[ALPHABETUM, ALPHABETI] : N alphabet;

[ALPHOS, ALPHI] : N skin disease (psoriasis gutlata?); white spot on the skin (l+s);

[ALPHUS, ALPHI] : N skin disease (psoriasis gutlata?); white spot on the skin (l+s);

[ALPINUS, ALPINA, ALPINUM] : ADJ alpine; of the alps;

[ALPIS, ALPIS] : N alps (usually pl.), mountains to the north of italy;

[ALQUOD] : some.

[ALSIDENA, ALSIDENAE] : N kind of onion;

[ALSINE, ALSINES] : N plant of the genus partietaris, pellitory (used in medicine);

[ALSIOSUS, ALSIOSA, ALSIOSUM] : ADJ liable to be injured by the cold;

[ALSIOSUS, ALSIOSI] : N people (pl.) liable to catch cold;

[ALSIUS, ALSIA, ALSIUM] : ADJ liable to injury from cold; chilly/cool/cold (l+s);

[ALSUS, ALSA -UM, ALSIOR -OR -US, ALSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ cool, chilly (of a place);

[ALTANUS, ALTANI] : N south-south-west wind; land breeze;

[ALTAR, ALTARIS] : N altar, fittings for burnt offerings; burnt offerings; high altar;

[ALTARAGIUM, ALTARAGII] : N altarage, stole fees, perquisites for baptism/marriage/etc.;

[ALTARE, ALTARIS] : N altar (usu. pl.), fitting for burnt offerings; burnt offering; high altar;

[ALTARISTA, ALTARISTAE] : N assistant priest;

[ALTARIUM, ALTARII] : N altar; high altar;

[ALTE, ALTIUS, ALTISSIME] : ADV high, on high, from above, loftily; deep, deeply; far, remotely; profoundly;

[ALTER .. ALTER] : the one .. the other.

[ALTER ... ALTER] : the one ... the other.

[ALTER ALTERA ALTERUM] : the second, the other one.

[ALTER, ALTERA, ALTERUM] : ADJ one (of two); second/another; former/latter; (unus et ~=> one or two/other);

[ALTER, ALTERI] : N second/further/next/other/latter/some person/thing (actually pron); either;

[ALTER] : (adv.) otherwise.

[ALTER] : CONJ the one ... the other (alter ... alter); otherwise;

[ALTERAMENTUM, ALTERAMENTI] : N alteration, change;

[ALTERAS] : ADV at another time; at one time ... at another;

[ALTERATIO, ALTERATIOIS] : N alteration, change;

[ALTERCABILIS, ALTERCABILIS, ALTERCABILE] : ADJ quarrelsome, contentious;

[ALTERCATIO, ALTERCATIONIS] : N contention, dispute, wrangle, altercation; debate, argument (law), repartee;

[ALTERCATIO] : dispute, strife.

[ALTERCATOR, ALTERCATORIS] : N disputant, one who conducts exchanges with opponent in law-court;

[ALTERCO, ALTERCARE, ALTERCAVI, ALTERCATUS] : V argue/bicker/dispute/wrangle/quarrel; dispute in court; exchange conversation;

[ALTERCOR, ALTERCARI, -, ALTERCATUS SUM] : V argue/bicker/dispute/wrangle/quarrel; dispute in court; exchange conversation;

[ALTERCULUM, ALTERCULI] : N henbane, plant of genus hyoscyamus;

[ALTERCUM, ALTERCI] : N henbane, plant of genus hyoscyamus;

[ALTERINSECUS] : ADV on the other side;

[ALTERIUS] : ADV of one another;

[ALTERNATIM] : ADV by turns, alternately;

[ALTERNATIO, ALTERNATIONIS] : N alternation, alternate movement; alternative; ambivalence;

[ALTERNATUS, ALTERNATA, ALTERNATUM] : ADJ alternate, succeeding each in turn; alternative;

[ALTERNE] : ADV by turns, alternately;

[ALTERNIS SERMONIBUS] : alternating speeches, dialogue.

[ALTERNIS] : ADV alternately; one after the other in turn, by turns; every other day/year;

[ALTERNIS] : by turns.

[ALTERNO, ALTERNARE, ALTERNAVI, ALTERNATUS] : V do by turns, vary; alternate, waver, ebb and flow; bear/crop in alternate years;

[ALTERNO] : to do one thing and then another.

[ALTERNUS, ALTERNA, ALTERNUM] : ADJ alternate, one after the/every other, by turns, successive; mutual; reciprocal;

[ALTERORSUS] : ADV in the other direction; on the other side;

[ALTERPLEX, (GEN.), ALTERPLICIS] : ADJ twofold, double; divided;

[ALTERUTER, ALTERUTRA, ALTERUTRUM] : ADJ one (of two), one or the other; either; both;

[ALTERUTRAQUE] : ADV on both sides, in both cases;

[ALTERUTRIQUE] : ADV on both sides, in both cases;

[ALTERUTRUM] : ADV one to another;

[ALTHAEA, ALTHAEAE] : N marshmallow (athaea officinalis);

[ALTICINCTUS, ALTICINCTA, ALTICINCTUM] : ADJ high-girded; active, busy;

[ALTICOMUS, ALTICOMA, ALTICOMUM] : ADJ having foliage high up/at the top (trees);

[ALTIFRONS, (GEN.), ALTIFRONTIS] : ADJ having a lofty forehead;

[ALTIJUGUS, ALTIJUGA, ALTIJUGUM] : ADJ that has a lofty summit (mountain);

[ALTILANEUS, ALTILANEA, ALTILANEUM] : ADJ having long/thick wool;

[ALTILIARIUS, ALTILIARI(I)] : N keeper of fowls, poultry farmer/fattener;

[ALTILIS, ALTILIS, ALTILE] : ADJ fattened, fat, raised/fed up for eating; rich (dowry); well-fed, pampered;

[ALTILIS, ALTILIS] : N table bird, fattened bird/fowl;

[ALTILIS] : domestic fattened bird.

[ALTILIUM, ALTILII] : N fatlings (pl.);

[ALTIPENDULUS, ALTIPENDULA, ALTIPENDULUM] : ADJ high-hanging, hanging high;

[ALTIPOTENS, (GEN.), ALTIPOTENTIS] : ADJ very mighty, of high/great power;

[ALTISONUS, ALTISONA, ALTISONUM] : ADJ of lofty sound, that sounds high up/in the heavens; sublime; high-sounding;

[ALTISPEX, ALTISPICIS] : N looking down from on high;

[ALTITHRONUS] : one enthroned on high, seated in heaven.

[ALTITONANS, (GEN.), ALTITONANTIS] : ADJ thundering from on high; that which thunders high in the sky;

[ALTITONUS, ALTITONA, ALTITONUM] : ADJ of the fiery zone;

[ALTITUDO, ALTITUDINIS] : N height, altitude; depth; loftiness, profundity, noblemindedness, secrecy;

[ALTIUSCULE] : ADV at a fairly high level, rather high;

[ALTIUSCULUS, ALTIUSCULA, ALTIUSCULUM] : ADJ rather higher than normal;

[ALTIVOLANS, (GEN.), ALTIVOLANTIS] : ADJ high flying; soaring; flying high;

[ALTIVOLUS, ALTIVOLA, ALTIVOLUM] : ADJ high flying; soaring; flying high;

[ALTIVOLUS] : soaring.

[ALTO, ALTARE, ALTAVI, ALTATUS] : V raise, make high, elevate;

[ALTOR, ALTORIS] : N nourisher, sustainer; foster father, one who raises another's child;

[ALTOR] : foster-father, patron, advocate, protector, educator.

[ALTRIMSECUS] : ADV on the other side;

[ALTRINSECUS] : ADV on the other side;

[ALTRIX, ALTRICIS] : N nourisher, sustainer; wet nurse, nurse; foster mother; motherland, homeland;

[ALTROVORSUM] : ADV on the other hand;

[ALTUM, ALTI] : N the deep, the sea; deep water; a height/depth; remote/obscure period/source;

[ALTUM] : ADV deeply, deep; high, on high, from above;

[ALTUS, ALTA -UM, ALTIOR -OR -US, ALTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ high; deep/profound; shrill; lofty, noble; deep rooted; far-fetched; grown great

[ALTUS, ALTUS] : N nourishing, support;

[ALTUS] : high, deep.

[ALTUS] : matured/ great/ high/ deep/ noble/ ancient, old/ secret.

[ALUCINATIO, ALUCINATIONIS] : N wandering in mind, idle dream, delusion; idle/aimless behavior (w/mentis);

[ALUCINATOR, ALUCINATORIS] : N idle dreamer, silly fellow; one who is wandering in mind;

[ALUCINOR, ALUCINARI, -, ALUCINATUS SUM] : V wander in mind, talk idly/unreasonably, ramble, dream; wander;

[ALUCITA, ALUCITAE] : N gnat;

[ALUM, ALI] : N species of comfrey plant; garlic;

[ALUMEN, ALUMINIS] : N alum; astringent substance (sulfates of aluminum), potash alum;

[ALUMENTARIUS, ALUMENTARIA, ALUMENTARIUM] : ADJ of maintenance by (public) charity, welfare; charity supported;

[ALUMENTARIUS, ALUMENTARI(I)] : N person whose maintenance is provided by (public/private) charity/alms;

[ALUMENTUM, ALUMENTI] : N food, fuel; nourishment, provisions; sustenance, maintenance, livelihood, alms;

[ALUMINATIUS, ALUMINATI(I)] : N dealer in alum;

[ALUMINATUS, ALUMINATA, ALUMINATUM] : ADJ containing alum;

[ALUMINOSUM, ALUMINOSI] : N aluminous strata (pl.) (containing alum);

[ALUMINOSUS, ALUMINOSA, ALUMINOSUM] : ADJ containing alum;

[ALUMNA, ALUMNAE] : N nursling, young animal/plant; foster-child, ward; native son; disciple, pupil;

[ALUMNATICUM, ALUMNATICI] : N annual tax for maintenance of a seminary;

[ALUMNO, ALUMNARE, ALUMNAVI, ALUMNATUS] : V nurture, nourish; rear (children), educate; train (animals);

[ALUMNO] : nurseling, student, disciple

[ALUMNO] : nurseling, student, disciple.

[ALUMNOR, ALUMNARI, -, ALUMNATUS SUM] : V nurture, nourish; rear (children), educate; train (animals);

[ALUMNULA, ALUMNULAE] : N little foster-daughter;

[ALUMNULUS, ALUMNULI] : N little foster-son;

[ALUMNUS, ALUMNA, ALUMNUM] : ADJ nourished, brought up; reared/fostered by; native, brought up locally;

[ALUMNUS, ALUMNI] : N nursling, young animal/plant; ward, protegee; native daughter; nurse, mother;

[ALUMNUS] : nursling.

[ALUMONIA, ALUMONIAE] : N food, nourishment; feeding, nurture, upbringing;

[ALUMONIUM, ALUMONI(I)] : N food, nourishment; feeding, nurture, upbringing; cost of maintenance;

[ALUS, ALI] : N species of comfrey plant; garlic;

[ALUTA, ALUTAE] : N piece/kind of soft leather (prepared with alum); purse/pouch; shoe; beauty patch

[ALUTACIUS, ALUTACIA, ALUTACIUM] : ADJ pertaining to soft leather;

[ALUTARIUS, ALUTARIA, ALUTARIUM] : ADJ made of soft leather;

[ALVARIUM, ALVARI(I)] : N beehive; apiary, bee-house;

[ALVEARE, ALVEARIS] : N beehive;

[ALVEARIUM, ALVEARI(I)] : N beehive; apiary;

[ALVEATUS, ALVEATA, ALVEATUM] : ADJ hollowed-out like a trough, trough-shaped;

[ALVEOLATUS, ALVEOLATA, ALVEOLATUM] : ADJ hollowed-out like a trough, trough-shaped;

[ALVEOLUS, ALVEOLI] : N basin, (serving) bowl, trough; tray (dim.); bath-tub; gameboard; channel, bed;

[ALVEUM, ALVEI] : N bath, bath-tub;

[ALVEUS, ALVEI] : N cavity, hollow; tub; trough, bowl, tray; gameboard; beehive;

[ALVEUS, ALVEI] : N hold (ship), ship, boat; channel, bed (river), trench;

[ALVEUS] : hollow, basket, bed (of a river).

[ALVUS, ALVI] : N belly/paunch/stomach; womb; bowel; bowel movement; hull (ship); beehive; cavity;

[ALYPON, ALYPI] : N turpeth (globularia alypum) (extract acts as active, gentle purgative);

[ALYSSON, ALYSSI] : N kind of madder (plant used for red dye, also medicine);

[ALYTHARCHA, ALYTHARCHAE] : N magistrate who superintended religious exhibitions;

[ALYTHARCHES, ALYTHARCHAE] : N magistrate who superintended religious exhibitions;

[ALYTHARCHIA, ALYTHARCHIAE] : N office of magistrate who superintended religious exhibitions;

[AMA, AMAE] : N bucket; water bucket; (esp. fireman's bucket);

[AMABILIS, AMABILE, AMABILIOR -OR -US, AMABILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ worthy to be loved, lovable; amiable, pleasant; lovely, attractive, delightful;

[AMABILITAS, AMABILITATIS] : N attractiveness, lovableness;

[AMABILITER, AMABILIUS, AMABILISSIME] : ADV lovingly; pleasantly; in a loving/friendly manner;

[AMALECHITA, AMALECHITAE] : N amalechite, one from the tribe of amalech; (david slaughtered them - 2 samuel);

[AMANDATIO, AMANDATIONIS] : N dismissal, banishment, sending away; regulation;

[AMANDO, AMANDARE, AMANDAVI, AMANDATUS] : V send away, dismiss, banish; regulate;

[AMANS, AMANTIS (GEN.), AMANTIOR -OR -US, AMANTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ loving, affectionate; beloved, dear to; friendly, kind; having love/affection;

[AMANS, AMANTIS] : N lover, sweetheart; mistress; one who is fond/affectionate;

[AMANTER, AMANTIUS, AMANTISSIME] : ADV lovingly, affectionately; with love/affection;

[AMANTIUM IRAE, AMORIS INTEGRATIO EST. ] : PHRASE the anger of lovers is what brings love together.

[AMANUENSIS, AMANUENSIS] : N secretary, clerk;

[AMARACINUM, AMARACINI] : N perfume/ointment of marjoram;

[AMARACINUS, AMARACINA, AMARACINUM] : ADJ made with/of marjoram;

[AMARACUM, AMARACI] : N marjoram; feverfew (pyrethrum parthenium);

[AMARACUS, AMARACI] : N marjoram; feverfew (pyrethrum parthenium);

[AMARANTHUS] : blite Amaranthus blitum Celsus, W. G. Spencer p.490, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[AMARANTUS, AMARANTI] : N amaranth (imaginary flower said never to fade)/(ornamental w/colored leaves);

[AMARE, AMARIUS, AMARISSIME] : ADV with bitterness, acidly, spitefully, bitterly;

[AMARESCO, AMARESCERE,] : V become bitter;

[AMARICO, AMARICARE, AMARICAVI, AMARICATUS] : V make bitter; excite, irritate;

[AMARICOR, AMARICARI, -, AMARICATUS SUM] : V grow bitter;

[AMARITAS, AMARITATIS] : N bitterness (of taste), harshness;

[AMARITER] : ADV with bitterness, acidly, spitefully, bitterly;

[AMARITIES, AMARITIEI] : N bitterness (of experience), harshness;

[AMARITUDO, AMARITUDINIS] : N bitterness (taste/feelings/mind); sharpness, tang, pungency; harshness (sound);

[AMARITUDO] : bitterness.

[AMAROR, AMARORIS] : N bitter taste; bitterness;

[AMARULENTIA, AMARULENTIAE] : N bitterness; (erasmus);

[AMARULENTUS, AMARULENTA, AMARULENTUM] : ADJ having a sour disposition; acrimonious; very bitter, full of bitterness (l+s);

[AMARUM, AMARI] : N bitterness;

[AMARUM] : ADV with bitterness, acidly, spitefully, bitterly;

[AMARUS, AMARA -UM, AMARIOR -OR -US, AMARISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bitter, brackish, pungent; harsh, shrill; sad, calamitous; ill-natured, caustic;

[AMASCO, AMASCERE,] : V begin to love;

[AMASIO, AMASIONIS] : N lover;

[AMASIUNCULA, AMASIUNCULAE] : N loved one, darling, sweetheart; fond lover;

[AMASIUNCULUS, AMASIUNCULI] : N lover, paramour; fond lover;

[AMASIUS, AMASII] : N lover;

[AMATA, AMATAE] : N loved one, beloved (woman);

[AMATIO, AMATIONIS] : N love, caressing, fondling; (romantic) intrigue;

[AMATOR, AMATORIS] : N lover; friend, devotee; enthusiastic admirer/pursuer; one fond of women;

[AMATORCULUS, AMATORCULI] : N little lover; sorry lover (l+s);

[AMATORIE] : ADV in a loving manner;

[AMATORIUM, AMATORI(I)] : N love potion/charm/philter; anything which stimulates sexual passion;

[AMATORIUS, AMATORIA, AMATORIUM] : ADJ of love or lovers, amatory; inducing love (potions); amorous, procuring love;

[AMATRIX, (GEN.), AMATRICIS] : ADJ amorous; (applied to things);

[AMATRIX, AMATRICIS] : N sweetheart, mistress; hussy; woman who loves (in sexual sense);

[AMATURIO, AMATURIRE, AMATURIVI, AMATURITUS] : V wish to love;

[AMATUS, AMATA, AMATUM] : ADJ loved, beloved;

[AMAXITES, AMAXITAE] : N waggoner, carter, teamster;

[AMAZON, AMAZONIS] : N amazon, member of race of legendry female wariors; woman as man's antagonist;

[AMB] : NUM both; two of a pair; two considered together, both parties; each of two;

[AMBACTUS, AMBACTI] : N vassal, dependent; retainer, servant;

[AMBADEDO, AMBADEDERE, AMBADEDI, AMBADESUS] : V eat/gnaw around; eat up entirely;

[AMBADEDO, AMBADESSE,] : V eat/gnaw around; eat up entirely;

[AMBAGES, AMBAGIS] : N circuit; roundabout way; long story, details; riddle; ambiguity; lie; mystery;

[AMBAGES] : double-talk, digression.

[AMBAGIOSUS, AMBAGIOSA, AMBAGIOSUM] : ADJ circuitous, indirect, roundabout;

[AMBAGO, AMBAGINIS] : N confusion, uncertainty, obscurity;

[AMBARVALIS, AMBARVALIS, AMBARVALE] : ADJ concerned with circumambulation of fields (e.g., ceremony of ambarvallia);

[AMBECISUS, AMBECISUS] : N incision on both sides;

[AMBEDO, AMBEDERE, AMBEDI, AMBESUS] : V eat/gnaw around the edge; erode (water); waste; eat, consume, devour; char;

[AMBEDO, AMBESSE,] : V eat/gnaw around the edge; erode (water); waste; eat, consume, devour; char;

[AMBESTRIX, AMBESTRICIS] : N gluttonous woman; female consumer/waster (l+s);

[AMBIDENS, AMBIDENTIS] : N sheep which has both upper and lower teeth;

[AMBIENTER] : ADV eagerly, with zeal;

[AMBIFARIAM] : ADV in a way placing opponent in dilemma/proving his arguments self-contradictory;

[AMBIFARIE] : ADV ambiguously; on two sides; in two ways;

[AMBIFARIUS, AMBIFARIA, AMBIFARIUM] : ADJ ambiguous, of double meaning, that has two meanings; that has two sides;

[AMBIGA, AMBIGAE] : N cap of a still;

[AMBIGO, AMBIGERE,] : V hesitate, be in doubt; argue, dispute, contend; call in question; be at issue;

[AMBIGUE] : ADV ambiguously, equivocally; with uncertain meaning/outcome; unreliably;

[AMBIGUITAS, AMBIGUITATIS] : N ambiguity of meaning; an equivocal expression, ambiguity;

[AMBIGUITAS] : uncertainty.

[AMBIGUUM, AMBIGUI] : N varying/doubtful/uncertain state/condition/expression; ambiguity;

[AMBIGUUS, AMBIGUA, AMBIGUUM] : ADJ changeable, doubtful, ambiguous, wavering, fickle; treacherous, unethical;

[AMBIGUUS] : doubtful.

[AMBIO + INF] : to strive, solicit.

[AMBIO, AMBIRE, AMBIVI, AMBITUS] : V go round, visit in rotation, inspect; solicit, canvass; circle, embrace;

[AMBIORIX, AMBIORIGIS] : N ambiorix, a chief of the eburones, a tribe of gaul, central normandy - caesar;

[AMBITIO, AMBITIONIS] : N pomp;

[AMBITIO, AMBITIONIS] : N ambition; desire for/currying favor/popularity, flattery; canvassing for votes;

[AMBITIO] : desire for power.

[AMBITIOSE, AMBITIOSIUS, AMBITIOSISSIME] : ADV ingratiatingly, earnestly; ambitiously, presumptuously; ostentatiously;

[AMBITIOSUS, AMBITIOSA -UM, AMBITIOSIOR -OR -US, AMBITIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ ambitious, eager to please/for advancement/favor; showy; winding, twisting;

[AMBITOR, AMBITORIS] : N candidate;

[AMBITUDO, AMBITUDINIS] : N period of revolution;

[AMBITUS, AMBITUS] : N circuit, edge, extent; orbit, cycle; canvass, bribery; circumlocution; show;

[AMBITUS] : border, edge, extent / going around, circuit.

[AMBITUS] : border, edge, extent/ going around, circuit.

[AMBITUS] : circumference.

[AMBIVIUM, AMBIVI(I)] : N road junction, meeting of two roads;

[AMBIVIUM] : double way.

[AMBLIGONIUS, AMBLIGONIA, AMBLIGONIUM] : ADJ obtuse-angled;

[AMBLYGONIUS, AMBLYGONIA, AMBLYGONIUM] : ADJ obtuse-angled;

[AMBO, AMBAE, AMBO] : NUM both; two of a pair; two considered together, both parties; each of two

[AMBOLAGIUM, AMBOLAGII] : N amice; (oblong white shawl draped over shoulders of priest, worn w/alb);

[AMBON, AMBONIS] : N pulpit;

[AMBROSCUS, AMBROSCA, AMBROSCUM] : ADJ immortal, divine, of things belonging to the gods; ambrosial;

[AMBROSIA, AMBROSIAE] : N food of the gods, ambrosia; fabulous healing plant/juice; antidote (to poison);

[AMBROSIACUS, AMBROSIACA, AMBROSIACUM] : ADJ ambrosial;

[AMBROSIALIS, AMBROSIALIS, AMBROSIALE] : ADJ ambrosial (?); connected with ambrussum in gallia narbonensis (?);

[AMBROSIUS, AMBROSIA, AMBROSIUM] : ADJ immortal, divine, of things belonging to the gods; ambrosial;

[AMBUBAIA, AMBUBAIAE] : N syrian singing-girl and courtesan;

[AMBUBAIA, AMBUBAIAE] : N wild endive; chicory;

[AMBUBEIA, AMBUBEIAE] : N wild endive; chicory;

[AMBUBEIA] : ;

[AMBUFARIAM] : ADV in a way placing opponent in dilemma/proving his arguments self-contradictory;

[AMBULACRUM, AMBULACRI] : N promenade, walk, place for walking;

[AMBULATILIS, AMBULATILIS, AMBULATILE] : ADJ moving, walking about; movable;

[AMBULATIO, AMBULATIONIS] : N walking about, stroll; place for promenading, covered/uncovered walk, portico;

[AMBULATIUNCULA, AMBULATIUNCULAE] : N short/little walk/stroll; small place for walking, little portico;

[AMBULATIVUM, AMBULATIVI] : N procession (pl.);

[AMBULATOR, AMBULATORIS] : N one who walks about (idly/for pleasure); itinerant trader, peddler;

[AMBULATORIUS, AMBULATORIA, AMBULATORIUM] : ADJ movable, which can be moved; transferable; liable to change; for/while walking;

[AMBULATRIX, (GEN.), AMBULATRICIS] : ADJ movable, which can be moved; transferable; liable to change;

[AMBULATURA, AMBULATURAE] : N walking, pace, step, amble (of horses);

[AMBULO, AMBULARE, AMBULAVI, AMBULATUS] : V walk, take a walk, go on foot; travel, march; go about, gad; parade, strut;

[AMBULO] : to walk.

[AMBULTUS, AMBULTUS] : N walking (act of);

[AMBURBALE, AMBURBALIS] : N annual expiatory procession around rome (with sacrificial victims - hostiae);

[AMBURBIUM, AMBURBI(I)] : N annual expiatory procession around rome (with sacrificial victims - hostiae);

[AMBURBIUM, AMBURBI(I)] : N amburbia festival, annualexpiatory procession round rome;

[AMBURO, AMBURERE, AMBUSSI, AMBUSTUS] : V burn around, scorch, char, scald; fire harden; burn up, cremate; frost-bite/nip;

[AMBUSTIO, AMBUSTIONIS] : N burn; fire, conflagration;

[AMBUSTULATUS, AMBUSTULATA, AMBUSTULATUM] : ADJ scorched around, burned around the edges; half roasted;

[AMBUSTUM, AMBUSTI] : N burn;

[AMELLUS, AMELLI] : N kind of aster; (purple) italian starwort (aster amellus);

[AMEN, UNDECLINED] : N truth, faithfulness;

[AMEN, UNDECLINED] : ADJ true, faithful;

[AMEN] : ADV amen (from hebrew), truly, verily, so be it (eccl.);

[AMENDATOR, AMENDATORIS] : N one who suborns accusers;

[AMENS, AMENTIS (GEN.), AMENTIOR -OR -US, AMENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ insane, demented, out of one's mind; very excited, frantic, distracted; foolish;

[AMENS] : out of ones senses.

[AMENTIA, AMENTIAE] : N madness; extreme folly, infatuation, stupidity; frenzy, violent excitement;

[AMENTIUS] : ADV COMP more madly/wildly;

[AMENTO, AMENTARE, AMENTAVI, AMENTATUS] : V fit with a throwing strap; give impetus with a throwing strap; speed on;

[AMENTUM, AMENTI] : N throwing-strap, thong/loop attached to spear for throwing; (shoe) thong/strap;

[AMERICA, AMERICAE] : N america;

[AMERIMNON, AMERIMNI] : N houseleek;

[AMES, AMITIS] : N pole/fork for supporting/spreading birdnets; fence rail, cross bar;

[AMETHYSTINATUS, AMETHYSTINATA, AMETHYSTINATUM] : ADJ wearing a dress the color of amethyst (violet-blue)/adorned with amethysts;

[AMETHYSTINUS, AMETHYSTINA, AMETHYSTINUM] : ADJ of the color of amethyst (violet-blue); set/adorned with amethysts;

[AMETHYSTIZON, (GEN.), AMETHYSTIZONTIS] : ADJ resembling the color of the amethyst (violet-blue);

[AMETHYSTUS, AMETHYSTI] : N amethyst, violet-blue precious stone; vine yielding non-intoxicating wine?;

[AMETHYSTUS, AMETHYSTA, AMETHYSTUM] : ADJ amethyst (color = violet-blue); ornamented/set with amethysts (gems);

[AMETOR, (GEN.), AMETORIS] : ADJ motherless;

[AMFITAPA, AMFITAPAE] : N rug with pile on both sides;

[AMFLEXUS, AMFLEXA, AMFLEXUM] : ADJ curved around, bent double;

[AMFRACTUS, AMFRACTUS] : N bend, curvature; circuit, (annual) round, orbit; spiral, coil; circumlocution;

[AMI, UNDECLINED] : N ammi, bishop-weed; umbelliferous (flowers radiating from point) plant;

[AMIA, AMIAE] : N small tuna, bonito;

[AMIANTUS, AMIANTI] : N mineral having properties similar to asbestos, chysolite?;

[AMIAS, AMIAE] : N small tuna, bonito;

[AMICA, AMICAE] : N female friend; girl friend, sweetheart; patron; mistress, concubine; courtesan;

[AMICABILIS, AMICABILIS, AMICABILE] : ADJ friendly, amicable;

[AMICABILITER] : ADV in a friendly/amicable manner;

[AMICABILITER] : amicably, pleasantly, sociably.

[AMICALIS, AMICALIS, AMICALE] : ADJ friendly; cult-title of jupiter (of friendship);

[AMICARIUS, AMICARI(I)] : N procurer; one that procures a mistress/woman;

[AMICE, AMICIUS, AMICISSIME] : ADV in a friendly manner/spirit; with goodwill;

[AMICIMEN, AMICIMINIS] : N clothing, garment;

[AMICINUM, AMICINI] : N neck of a winesack;

[AMICIO, AMICIRE, AMIXI, AMICTUS] : V clothe, cover, dress; wrap about; surround; veil; clothe with words;

[AMICIO, AMICIRE, AMICUI, AMICTUS] : V clothe, cover, dress; wrap about; surround; veil; clothe with words;

[AMICITER] : ADV in a friendly manner; kindly, amicably;

[AMICITIA, AMICITIAE] : N friendship, bond between friends; alliance, association; friendly relations;

[AMICITIA] : friendship

[AMICITIA] : friendship, alliance.

[AMICITIES, AMICITIEI] : N friendship;

[AMICO, AMICARE,] : V propitiate, make friendly to oneself;

[AMICOSUS, AMICOSA, AMICOSUM] : ADJ rich/abounding in friends;

[AMICTORIUM, AMICTORII] : N scarf, wrap;

[AMICTORIUS, AMICTORIA, AMICTORIUM] : ADJ suitable for throwing about one (wrap, scarf);

[AMICTUS, AMICTUS] : N cloak, mantle; outer garment; clothing, garb; fashion; manner of dress; drapery;

[AMICTUS] : mantle.

[AMICULA, AMICULAE] : N mistress, lady friend, girl friend;

[AMICULUM, AMICULI] : N cloak; mantle, outer garment; clothing (pl.), dress;

[AMICULUM] : cloak, cape.

[AMICULUS, AMICULI] : N little friend (familiar or depreciatory), dear friend, humble friend;

[AMICUS CERTUS IN RE INCERTA CERNITUR. ] : PHRASE a friend in need is a friend indeed.

[AMICUS VERUS EST RARA AVIS. ] : PHRASE a true friend is a rare bird.

[AMICUS, AMICA -UM, AMICIOR -OR -US, AMICISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ friendly, dear, fond of; supporting (political), loyal, devoted; loving;

[AMICUS, AMICI] : N friend, ally, disciple; loved one; patron; counselor/courtier (to a prince);

[AMICUS] : friend, comrade.

[AMIGRO, AMIGRARE, AMIGRAVI, AMIGRATUS] : V go away, remove;

[AMILUM, AMILI] : N fine meal, starch, gruel;

[AMINAEUS, AMINAEA, AMINAEUM] : ADJ aminean; (applied to vines/grapes/wine, myrrh); (of a region in eastern italy);

[AMINEUS, AMINEA, AMINEUM] : ADJ aminean; (applied to vines/grapes/wine, myrrh); (of a region in eastern italy);

[AMINNEUS, AMINNEA, AMINNEUM] : ADJ aminean; (applied to vines/grapes/wine, myrrh); (of a region in eastern italy);

[AMINNIUS, AMINNIA, AMINNIUM] : ADJ aminean; (applied to vines/grapes/wine, myrrh); (of a region in eastern italy);

[AMISSIBILIS, AMISSIBILIS, AMISSIBILE] : ADJ that may be lost (eccl.);

[AMISSIO, AMISSIONIS] : N loss (possessions/faculty/quality/persons/town/military force), deprivation;

[AMISSIO] : amissus ; loss.

[AMISSUS, AMISSUS] : N loss; fact of losing;

[AMITA, AMITAE] : N paternal aunt, father's sister; (~ magna/maior/maxima=>great-aunt/g-g-a/g-g-g-a)

[AMITA] : father's sister, paternal aunt.

[AMITA] : paternal aunt.

[AMITINA, AMITINAE] : N female first cousin, daughter of father's sister or mother's brother;

[AMITINUS, AMITINA, AMITINUM] : ADJ descended from a father's sister (or mother's brother?);

[AMITINUS, AMITINI] : N male first cousin, son of father's sister or mother's brother;

[AMITTO, AMITTERE, AMISI, AMISSUS] : V lose; lose by death; send away, dismiss; part with; let go/slip/fall, drop;

[AMITTO] : let slip.

[AMITTO] : to dismiss, send away, lose, let slip away.

[AMIUM, AMII] : N ammi, bishop-weed; umbelliferous (flowers radiating from point) plant;

[AMMANITES, AMMANITAE] : N ammonite, inhabitant of ammon (land north-east of the dead sea);

[AMMANITIS, (GEN.), AMMANITIDIS] : ADJ ammonite, of ammon (land north-east of the dead sea);

[AMMANITIS, AMMANITIDOS/IS] : N ammonite woman, inhabitant of ammon (land north-east of the dead sea);

[AMMATURO, AMMATURARE, AMMATURAVI, AMMATURATUS] : V hasten (an occurrence); bring to maturity, mature, ripen;

[AMMENTO, AMMENTARE, AMMENTAVI, AMMENTATUS] : V fit with a throwing strap; give impetus with a throwing strap; speed on;

[AMMENTUM, AMMENTI] : N throwing-strap, thong/loop attached to spear for throwing; (shoe) thong/strap;

[AMMEO, AMMEARE, AMMEAVI, AMMEATUS] : V go to, approach;

[AMMETIOR, AMMETIRI, -, AMMENSUS SUM] : V measure out (to);

[AMMI, UNDECLINED] : N ammi, bishop-weed; umbelliferous (flowers radiating from point) plant;

[AMMI] : ammi (cultivated) Carum copticum; from Egypt (?) listed as a spice, J.I. Miller, pp.28, 112 'ammi', a term used by the Greeks, may be what was called Royal Cumin (as called by Hippocrates, Miller p.106) or Ethiopian Cumin which is supposedly different from the Egyptian variety, Carum copticum; what was called Royal Cumin was said to have a sweeter smell than Carum copticum or what was cultivated cumin ammoniace ; ammoniace Ferula marmarica (Aschers et Taub.) Habitat ; Libya J.I. Miller, p.112

[AMMIGRO, AMMIGRARE, AMMIGRAVI, AMMIGRATUS] : V go and live with; go to a place; come to; be added to;

[AMMINEUS, AMMINEA, AMMINEUM] : ADJ aminean; (applied to vines/grapes/wine, myrrh); (of a region in eastern italy);

[AMMINICULABUNDUS, AMMINICULABUNDA, AMMINICULABUNDUM] : ADJ self-supporting, supporting one's self;

[AMMINICULATOR, AMMINICULATORIS] : N assistant, supporter; one who supports;

[AMMINICULATUS, AMMINICULATA -UM, AMMINICULATIOR -OR -US, AMMINICULATISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ well stocked; supported; well furnished/provided;

[AMMINICULO, AMMINICULARE, AMMINICULAVI, AMMINICULATUS] : V prop (up), support (with props); support with authority; applied to adverb;

[AMMINICULOR, AMMINICULARI, -, AMMINICULATUS SUM] : V prop (up), support (with props) (vines);

[AMMINICULUM, AMMINICULI] : N prop (vines), pole, stake; support, stay, bulwark; means, aid, tool; auxiliary;

[AMMINISTER, AMMINISTRI] : N assistant, helper, supporter; one at hand to help, attendant; priest, minister;

[AMMINISTRA, AMMINISTRAE] : N assistant (female), helper, supporter, servant; handmaiden, attendant;

[AMMINISTRATIO, AMMINISTRATIONIS] : N administration; assistance; execution, operation, management, care of affairs;

[AMMINISTRATIVUS, AMMINISTRATIVA, AMMINISTRATIVUM] : ADJ practical; suitable for the administration of;

[AMMINISTRATOR, AMMINISTRATORIS] : N director, manager; one who is in charge of an operation;

[AMMINISTRATORIUS, AMMINISTRATORIA, AMMINISTRATORIUM] : ADJ performing the duties of an assistant/helper; serving, ministering;

[AMMINISTRO, AMMINISTRARE, AMMINISTRAVI, AMMINISTRATUS] : V administer, manage, direct; assist; operate, conduct; maneuver (ship); bestow;

[AMMIRABILIS, AMMIRABILIS, AMMIRABILE] : ADJ admirable, wonderful; strange, astonishing, remarkable; paradoxical, contrary;

[AMMIRABILITAS, AMMIRABILITATIS] : N wonderful character, remarkableness; admiration, wonder;

[AMMIRABILITER] : ADV admirably, astonishingly, in a wonderful/wondrous manner; paradoxically;

[AMMIRANDUS, AMMIRANDA, AMMIRANDUM] : ADJ wonderful, admirable; astonishing, remarkable, extraordinary;

[AMMIRANTER] : ADV admiringly, with admiration;

[AMMIRATIO, AMMIRATIONIS] : N wonder, surprise, astonishment; admiration, veneration, regard; marvel;

[AMMIRATOR, AMMIRATORIS] : N admirer; one who venerates;

[AMMIROR, AMMIRARI, -, AMMIRATUS SUM] : V admire, respect; regard with wonder, wonder at; be surprised at, be astonished;

[AMMISCEO, AMMISCERE, AMMISCUI, AMMIXTUS] : V mix, mix together; involve; add an ingredient to; contaminate; confuse, mix up;

[AMMISSARIUS, AMMISSARII] : N stallion/he-ass, stud; sodomite;

[AMMISSARIUS, AMMISSARIA, AMMISSARIUM] : ADJ kept for breeding (male animals), on stud;

[AMMISSIO, AMMISSIONIS] : N getting in, audience, interview; application (medical); mating (animals);

[AMMISSIONALIS, AMMISSIONALIS] : N one who introduces/announces at audience; privy chamber usher; seneschal;

[AMMISSIVUS, AMMISSIVA, AMMISSIVUM] : ADJ permitting/favorable (birds of omen approving of action in question);

[AMMISSOR, AMMISSORIS] : N perpetrator; one who allows himself to do a thing;

[AMMISSUM, AMMISSI] : N crime, offense;

[AMMISSURA, AMMISSURAE] : N breeding, generation; copulation/mating of domestic animals, service;

[AMMISSUS, AMMISSUS] : N admission, letting in;

[AMMISTIO, AMMISTIONIS] : N mixture, admixture, mingling;

[AMMISTUS, AMMISTUS] : N mixture, admixture, mingling;

[AMMITTO, AMMITTERE, AMMISI, AMMISSUS] : V urge on, put to a gallop; let in, admit, receive; grant, permit, let go;

[AMMIUM, AMMII] : N ammi, bishop-weed; umbelliferous (flowers radiating from point) plant;

[AMMIXTIO, AMMIXTIONIS] : N mixture, admixture, mingling;

[AMMIXTUS, AMMIXTA, AMMIXTUM] : ADJ mixed; contaminated; not simple; confused;

[AMMIXTUS, AMMIXTUS] : N mixture, admixture, mingling;

[AMMOCHRYSUS, AMMOCHRYSI] : N precious stone (golden mica?);

[AMMODERATE] : ADV comfortably; suitably;

[AMMODEROR, AMMODERARI,] : V control (w/dat); keep within limits; moderate;

[AMMODO] : ADV henceforth, from this time forward; from now (on); in the future;

[AMMODULOR, AMMODULARI, -, AMMODULATUS SUM] : V harmonize/accord with;

[AMMODUM] : ADV very, exceedingly, greatly, quite; excessively; just so; certainly, completely;

[AMMODYTES, AMMODYTAE] : N kind of serpent in africa;

[AMMOENIO, AMMOENIRE, AMMOENIVI, AMMOENITUS] : V bring (siege engine) into operation, draw near the walls; besiege, invest;

[AMMOLIOR, AMMOLIRI, -, AMMOLITUS SUM] : V struggle, exert oneself (to); put one's hand on object/task; lay violent hands;

[AMMONEFACIO, AMMONEFACERE, AMMONEFECI, AMMONEFACTUS] : V admonish;

[AMMONEO, AMMONERE, AMMONUI, AMMONITUS] : V admonish, remind, prompt; suggest, advise, raise; persuade, urge; warn, caution;

[AMMONITIO, AMMONITIONIS] : N act of reminding; reminder, recurring symptom; warning, advice; rebuke;

[AMMONITOR, AMMONITORIS] : N admonisher; exhorter; one who reminds;

[AMMONITORIUM, AMMONITORII] : N admonition;

[AMMONITRIX, AMMONITRICIS] : N monitor (female); she that admonishers/reminds;

[AMMONITRUM, AMMONITRI] : N natron (sesquicarbonate of soda) mingled with sand;

[AMMONITUM, AMMONITI] : N warning; reminder; reminding; advice; admonition (l+s);

[AMMONITUS, AMMONITUS] : N advice, recommendation; admonition, warning; command (animal); reminder; reproof

[AMMORDEO, AMMORDERE, AMMORDI, AMMORSUS] : V bite at/into, gnaw; extract money from; fleece; get possession of their property

[AMMORSUS, AMMORSA, AMMORSUM] : ADJ bitten, gnawed;

[AMMORSUS, AMMORSUS] : N bite, biting, gnawing;

[AMMOTIO, AMMOTIONIS] : N act of moving towards/on to; application;

[AMMOVEO, AMMOVERE, AMMOVI, AMMOTUS] : V move up, bring up/near; lean on, conduct; draw near, approach; apply, add;

[AMMUGIO, AMMUGIRE,] : V low (to); bellow (to); (like a bull);

[AMMULCO, AMMULCARE,] : V stroke;

[AMMURMURATIO, AMMURMURATIONIS] : N murmur of comment; murmuring;

[AMMURMURO, AMMURMURARE, AMMURMURAVI, AMMURMURATUS] : V murmur in protest or approval; murmur at;

[AMMURMUROR, AMMURMURARI, -, AMMURMURATUS SUM] : V murmur in protest or approval; murmur at;

[AMMUTILO, AMMUTILARE, AMMUTILAVI, AMMUTILATUS] : V cut/clip close; shave; fleece, cheat, defraud;

[AMNACUM, AMNACI] : N herbaceous plant, pellitory;

[AMNENSIS, AMNENSIS] : N towns (pl.) situated near a river, river towns;

[AMNESIS, AMNNSIS] : N towns (pl.) situated near a river, river towns;

[AMNESTIA, AMNESTIAE] : N amnesty, general pardon;

[AMNICOLUS, AMNICOLA, AMNICOLUM] : ADJ growing beside a river (-a, -ae for m/f);

[AMNICULUS, AMNICULI] : N small brook, rivulet;

[AMNICUS, AMNICA, AMNICUM] : ADJ of/connected with a river, situated in a river;

[AMNIGENUS, AMNIGENA, AMNIGENUM] : ADJ that is the son/descendent of a river (-a, -ae for m/f);

[AMNIS, AMNIS] : N river (real/personified), stream; current; (running) water; the river ocean;

[AMNIS] : stream, torrent.

[AMO, AMARE, ADDITIONAL, FORMS] : V love, like; fall in love with; be fond of; have a tendency to;

[AMO, AMARE, AMAVI, AMATUS] : V love, like; fall in love with; be fond of; have a tendency to;

[AMO] : to love, like, be fond of, cherish.

[AMODO] : ADV henceforth, from this time forward; from now (on); in the future;

[AMOEBAEUS, AMOEBAEA, AMOEBAEUM] : ADJ alternate; (amoebaeum carmen => responsive song);

[AMOENA] : pleasant

[AMOENE, AMOENIUS, AMOENISSIME] : ADV in a pleasant/attractive manner, agreeably;

[AMOENITAS, AMOENITATIS] : N pleasantness, attractiveness, attraction, charm; delight, comfort, luxury;

[AMOENITAS] : pleasantness

[AMOENITER] : ADV delightfully, in an agreeable manner;

[AMOENO, AMOENARE, AMOENAVI, AMOENATUS] : V make pleasant (places); please, delight;

[AMOENUM, AMOENI] : N pleasant places (pl.);

[AMOENUS, AMOENA -UM, AMOENIOR -OR -US, AMOENISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ beautiful, attractive, pleasant, agreeable, enjoyable, charming, lovely;

[AMOLETUM, AMOLETI] : N amulet/charm (to avert evil); act which averts evil; power to avert evil;

[AMOLIOR, AMOLIRI, -, AMOLITUS SUM] : V remove, clear away; get rid of, dispose of, remove, obliterate; avert, refute;

[AMOLITIO, AMOLITIONIS] : N removal (physical); removal (by death);

[AMOMIS, AMOMIDIS] : N plant resembling amomum (eastern spice plant) but inferior in fragrance;

[AMOMON, AMOMI] : N amonum, eastern spice-plant; spice from this plant; unguent with this spice;

[AMOMUM, AMOMI] : N amonum, eastern spice-plant; spice from this plant; unguent/balm with this spice

[AMOR VINCIT OMNIA ET NOS CEDAMUS AMORI. ] : PHRASE love conquers all and let us yield to love.

[AMOR, AMORIS] : N love, affection; the beloved; cupid; affair; sexual/illicit/homosexual passion;

[AMOR] : love, affection, infatuation, passion.

[AMORABUNDUS, AMORABUNDA, AMORABUNDUM] : ADJ loving, amorous;

[AMORIFER, AMORIFERA, AMORIFERUM] : ADJ producing/causing/awakening love;

[AMORIFICUS, AMORIFICA, AMORIFICUM] : ADJ producing/causing/awakening love;

[AMORTIZATIO, AMORTIZATIONIS] : N amortization; liquidation of a debt;

[AMOS, AMORIS] : N love, affection; the beloved; cupid; affair; sexual/illicit/homosexual passion;

[AMOTHYSTINATUS, AMOTHYSTINATA, AMOTHYSTINATUM] : ADJ that wears a dress the color of amethyst;

[AMOTIO, AMOTIONIS] : N removal; deprivation; process of removing;

[AMOTIO] : removal

[AMOTIO] : removal.

[AMOVEO, AMOVERE, AMOVI, AMOTUS] : V move/take/put away, remove, steal; banish, cause to go away; withdraw, retire;

[AMOVEO] : to move away, remove, take out, shift.

[AMOVIBILIS, AMOVIBILIS, AMOVIBILE] : ADJ removable; movable;

[AMOVIBILITAS, AMOVIBILITATIS] : N removability;

[AMPELINUS, AMPELINA, AMPELINUM] : ADJ vine-colored/covered; made of vines;

[AMPELITIS, AMPELITIDIS] : N vineyard, vineland; pitch/asphalt (used to preserve vines from insects);

[AMPELODESMOS, AMPELODESMI] : N plant used to tie up vines, esparto/spanish grass;

[AMPELOEUCE, AMPELOEUCES] : N bryony (white vine) (bryonia alba);

[AMPELOPRASON, AMPELOPRASI] : N species of wild leek, vine-leek? field-garlic?;

[AMPELOS, AMPELI] : N vine;

[AMPENDIX, AMPENDICIS] : N appendix, supplement, annex; appendage, adjunct; hanger on; barberry bush/fruit;

[AMPHEMERINON] : ADJ recurring every day, daily, quotidian, pertaining to everyday;

[AMPHEMERINOS, AMPHEMERINOS] : ADJ recurring every day, daily, quotidian, pertaining to everyday;

[AMPHIBALUS, AMPHIBALI] : N chasuble; (sleaveless mantle worn over alb and stole by priest at mass);

[AMPHIBIUS, AMPHIBIA, AMPHIBIUM] : ADJ amphibious;

[AMPHIBOLIA, AMPHIBOLIAE] : N ambiguity; double meaning;

[AMPHIBOLOGIA, AMPHIBOLOGIAE] : N ambiguity; double meaning;

[AMPHIBOLUS, AMPHIBOLA, AMPHIBOLUM] : ADJ amphibious;

[AMPHIBRACHUS, AMPHIBRACHI] : N the poetical foot short-long-short, amphibrach;

[AMPHIBRACHYS, AMPHIBRACHYSOS/IS] : N the poetical foot short-long-short, amphibrach;

[AMPHIBREVIS, AMPHIBREVIS] : N the poetical foot short-long-short, amphibrach;

[AMPHICOMOS, AMPHICOMI] : N kind of precious stone;

[AMPHIDANE, AMPHIDANES] : N precious stone also called chrysocolla (magnetic pyrite? l+s);

[AMPHIMACROS, AMPHIMACRI] : N metrical foot, a short syllable between two long ones, amphimacer, cretic;

[AMPHIMACRUS, AMPHIMACRI] : N metrical foot, a short syllable between two long ones, amphimacer, cretic;

[AMPHIMALLIUM, AMPHIMALLII] : N cloak that is woolly inside and out;

[AMPHIMALLUM, AMPHIMALLI] : N cloak that is woolly inside and out;

[AMPHIPROSTYLOS, AMPHIPROSTYLI] : N temple having portico/pillars front and rear but not sides, amphiprostyle;

[AMPHISBAENA, AMPHISBAENAE] : N species of libyan serpent supposed to have a head at both ends, amphisbaena;

[AMPHISPORUM, AMPHISPORI] : N boundary land the right to sow which is in dispute between two peoples;

[AMPHISTOMUS, AMPHISTOMA, AMPHISTOMUM] : ADJ having a double mouth/entrance;

[AMPHITANE, AMPHITANES] : N precious stone also called chrysocolla (magnetic pyrite? l+s);

[AMPHITAPOS, AMPHITAPI] : N rug with pile on both sides;

[AMPHITHALAMOS, AMPHITHALAMI] : N bedroom on north of greek house opposite the thalamus (inner/marriage chamber);

[AMPHITHEATRALIS, AMPHITHEATRALIS, AMPHITHEATRALE] : ADJ of/in the amphitheater; worthy of the amphitheater;

[AMPHITHEATRICUS, AMPHITHEATRICA, AMPHITHEATRICUM] : ADJ made near the amphitheater; cheap, of little value (l+s);

[AMPHITHEATRITICUS, AMPHITHEATRITICA, AMPHITHEATRITICUM] : ADJ made near the amphitheater; cheap, of little value (l+s);

[AMPHITHEATRUM, AMPHITHEATRI] : N amphitheater, double (oval/circular) theater having stage/arena in center;

[AMPHORA, AMPHORAE] : N amphora, pitcher, two handled earthenware jar; a capacity of c.30 liters;

[AMPHORALIS, AMPHORALIS, AMPHORALE] : ADJ that has a capacity of one amphora, six-gallon;

[AMPHORARIUS, AMPHORARIA, AMPHORARIUM] : ADJ contained/stored in amphora/jars;

[AMPLA, AMPLAE] : N opportunity;

[AMPLE, AMPLIUS, AMPLISSIME] : ADV in liberal manner/complimentary terms/dignified style, handsomely, impressively;

[AMPLECTOR, AMPLECTI, -, AMPLEXUS SUM] : V surround, encircle, embrace, clasp; esteem; cherish; surround, include, grasp;

[AMPLECTOR] : to embrace, surround.

[AMPLEXO, AMPLEXARE, AMPLEXAVI, AMPLEXATUS] : V take and hold in arms, embrace, clasp; welcome, accept gladly; cling/attach to;

[AMPLEXOR, AMPLEXARI, -, AMPLEXATUS SUM] : V take and hold in arms, embrace, clasp; welcome, accept gladly; cling/attach to;

[AMPLEXUS, AMPLEXUS] : N clasp, embrace, surrounding; sexual embrace; coil (snake); circumference;

[AMPLEXUS] : an embracing, surrounding, loving embrace,

[AMPLIATIO, AMPLIATIONIS] : N enlargement, augmentation; deferral/reserve of judgment, trial postponement;

[AMPLIATOR, AMPLIATORIS] : N one who increases the number (of something), augmenter;

[AMPLIFICATIO, AMPLIFICATIONIS] : N enlargement, amplification, augmentation, increasing, making greater;

[AMPLIFICATOR, AMPLIFICATORIS] : N enlarger, amplifier, augmenter, increaser, extender, developer;

[AMPLIFICE] : ADV magnificently, splendidly;

[AMPLIFICO, AMPLIFICARE, AMPLIFICAVI, AMPLIFICATUS] : V enlarge, extend, increase; develop; magnify, amplify; praise loudly, exalt;

[AMPLIFICO] : to increase, enlarge.

[AMPLIFICUS, AMPLIFICA, AMPLIFICUM] : ADJ magnificent, splendid;

[AMPLIO, AMPLIARE, AMPLIAVI, AMPLIATUS] : V enlarge, augment, intensify, widen; ennoble, glorify; postpone, adjourn;

[AMPLIO] : to enlarge, increase, improve.

[AMPLITER] : ADV in liberal manner, generously, handsomely; amply, fully, very; deeply, far;

[AMPLITUDO, AMPLITUDINIS] : N greatness; extent, breadth, width, bulk; importance; fullness (of expression);

[AMPLITUDO] : size, breadth, dignity, grandeur, greatness.

[AMPLIUS, UNDECLINED] : N a greater amount/number/distance, more, any more/further; "judgment reserved";

[AMPLIUS] : ADV COMP a greater number (than); further, more, beyond, besides; more than (w/numerals);

[AMPLIUSCULE] : ADV rather more (freely/deeply);

[AMPLIUSCULUS, AMPLIUSCULA, AMPLIUSCULUM] : ADJ fairly large, considerable;

[AMPLIUSOR, AMPLIUSOR, AMPLIUSUS] : ADJ greater (w/indef subject, eg, number than), further/more, longer;

[AMPLO, AMPLARE, AMPLAVI, AMPLATUS] : V enlarge, extend, increase; develop; magnify, amplify; praise, exalt, glorify;

[AMPLOCTOR, AMPLOCTI, -, AMPLOXUS SUM] : V surround, encircle, embrace, clasp; esteem; cherish; surround, include, grasp;

[AMPLUS, AMPLA -UM, AMPLIOR -OR -US, AMPLISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ great, large, spacious, wide, ample; distinguished, important, honorable;

[AMPLUS] : large, spacious, ample/ great important, honorable.

[AMPLUS] : large, spacious, ample / great important, honorable.

[AMPOLA, AMPOLAE] : N cruet;

[AMPOLLATA, AMPOLLATAE] : N cruet;

[AMPTRUO, AMPTRUARE, AMPTRUAVI, AMPTRUATUS] : V execute a figure/movement (by leader of ceremonial dance);

[AMPULLA, AMPULLAE] : N bottle, jar, flask for holding liquids; inflated expressions, bombast;

[AMPULLACEUS, AMPULLACEA, AMPULLACEUM] : ADJ of/used for an ampulla/jar/bottle; shaped like an ampulla, big-bellied;

[AMPULLARIUS, AMPULLARI(I)] : N dealer/maker of flasks/bottles/jars/ampulla;

[AMPULLOR, AMPULLARI, -, AMPULLATUS SUM] : V use bombast, make use of a bombastic form of discourse;

[AMPUTATIO, AMPUTATIONIS] : N pruning, lopping off; amputation; twigs removed by pruning, cuttings;

[AMPUTO, AMPUTARE, AMPUTAVI, AMPUTATUS] : V lop/cut off, prune, shorten; amputate; eradicate, exclude, take away; castrate;

[AMTRUO, AMTRUARE, AMTRUAVI, AMTRUATUS] : V dance around (at salian religious festivals);

[AMULA, AMULAE] : N basin; small/shallow bucket/vessel;

[AMULETUM, AMULETI] : N amulet/charm (to avert evil); act which averts evil; power to avert evil;

[AMULUM, AMULI] : N fine meal, starch, gruel;

[AMURCA, AMURCAE] : N watery fluid contained in the olive in addition to oil (vs. solid residue);

[AMURCARIUS, AMURCARIA, AMURCARIUM] : ADJ designed for holding amurca (watery fluid from olive);

[AMURGA, AMURGAE] : N watery fluid contained in the olive in addition to oil (vs. solid residue);

[AMUSIA, AMUSIAE] : N boorishness, lack of refinement; ignorance of music (l+s);

[AMUSIUM, AMUSII] : N leveled slab for testing flat surfaces; horizontal wheel to show wind direction;

[AMUSOS, AMUSOS] : ADJ ignorant of music;

[AMUSSIS, AMUSSIS] : N ruler/straight edge (mason's/carpenter's); precision (ad ~ => with precision);

[AMUSSITO, AMUSSITARE, AMUSSITAVI, AMUSSITATUS] : V make according to ruler/accurately/exactly/nicely;

[AMUSSIUM, AMUSSII] : N leveled slab for testing flat surfaces; horizontal wheel to show wind direction;

[AMYCTICUS, AMYCTICA, AMYCTICUM] : ADJ scratching; sharp/biting (of medical remedies);

[AMYDALINUS, AMYDALINA, AMYDALINUM] : ADJ almond-, of almonds;

[AMYGDALA, AMYGDALAE] : N almond tree; almond (~ amarum => bitter almond; ~ dulce => sweet almond);

[AMYGDALACEUS, AMYGDALACEA, AMYGDALACEUM] : ADJ similar to the almond tree/almond;

[AMYGDALE, AMYGDALES] : N almond tree; almond (~ amarum => bitter almond; ~ dulce => sweet almond);

[AMYGDALEUS, AMYGDALEA, AMYGDALEUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to an almond tree;

[AMYGDALINUS, AMYGDALINA, AMYGDALINUM] : ADJ of/made of almonds; grafted on an almond tree;

[AMYGDALITES, AMYGDALITAE] : N kind of euphorbia, broad-leaved spurge; tree like the almond tree (l+s);

[AMYGDALUM, AMYGDALI] : N almond (nut) (~ amarum => bitter almond; ~ dulce => sweet almond);

[AMYGDALUS, AMYGDALI] : N almond tree; almond (~ amarum => bitter almond; ~ dulce => sweet almond);

[AMYLO, AMYLARE, AMYLAVI, AMYLATUS] : V mix with starch;

[AMYLUM, AMYLI] : N fine meal, starch, gruel;

[AMYSTIS, AMYSTIDIS] : N drink taken in one draught;

[an earth rich in CaC, added to lime-deficient soils].

[an ecclesiastical render].

[AN NESCIS, MI FILI, QUANTILLA SAPIENTIA MUNDUS REGATUR? ] : PHRASE don't you know then, my son, how little wisdom rules the world?

[AN] : (adv.) or "Are you going OR are you staying?".

[AN] : (adv.) or "Are you going OR are you staying?"

[AN] : CONJ can it be that (introducing question expecting negative answer/further question)

[AN] : CONJ whether; (untum ... an = whether ... or); or; either;

[ANABAPTISMUS, ANABAPTISMI] : N a second baptism;

[ANABAPTISTA, ANABAPTISTAE] : N anabaptists (pl.); (a protestant sect);

[ANABASIS, ANABASIS] : N plant name applied by pliny to any equisetum (e.g., horsetail, mare's tail);

[ANABATHRUM, ANABATHRI] : N raised/elevated seat (in a theater);

[ANABOLADIUM, ANABOLADII] : N kind of cloak;

[ANABOLAGIUM, ANABOLAGII] : N veil, head covering; amice (oblong white shawl on shoulders of priest);

[ANABOLARIUM, ANABOLARII] : N veil, head covering; amice (oblong white shawl on shoulders of priest);

[ANABOLIUM, ANABOLII] : N a surgical instrument;

[ANACAMPSEROX, ANACAMPSEROTIS] : N plant (unidentified) (said to bring back lost love by its touch);

[ANACHITES, ANACHITAE] : N precious stone (unknown, diamond?) (as remedy for sadness);

[ANACHORESIS, ANACHORESIS] : N retirement, life of a ermite;

[ANACHORETA, ANACHORETAE] : N hermit, anchorite;

[ANACHORETICUS, ANACHORETICA, ANACHORETICUM] : ADJ eremitical, anchoritic, of a hermit

[ANACHORITA, ANACHORITAE] : N hermit, anchorite;

[ANACLINTERIUM, ANACLINTERII] : N cushion for leaning on;

[ANACTORIUM, ANACTORII] : N sword grass;

[ANADEMA, ANADEMATIS] : N band for the hair, head-band; ornament for the head/hair, fillet;

[ANADIPLOSIS, ANADIPLOSIS] : N repetition of the same word;

[ANADIPLOSIS, ANADIPLOSEOS/IS] : N repetition of the same word;

[ANAGALLIS, ANAGALLIDIS] : N pimpernel (anagallis aruensis) (small flowering annual) ("scarlet pimpernel");

[ANAGLYPHUM, ANAGLYPHI] : N sculpture in relief;

[ANAGLYPHUS, ANAGLYPHA, ANAGLYPHUM] : ADJ carved in low/bas relief;

[ANAGLYPTARIUS, ANAGLYPTARIA, ANAGLYPTARIUM] : ADJ that works/carves in relief;

[ANAGLYPTICUS, ANAGLYPTICA, ANAGLYPTICUM] : ADJ carved/embossed in low/bas relief;

[ANAGLYPTUM, ANAGLYPTI] : N vessels (pl.) carved in low relief;

[ANAGLYPTUS, ANAGLYPTA, ANAGLYPTUM] : ADJ carved in low/bas relief;

[ANAGNOSIS, ANAGNOSEOS/IS] : N lectionary; (book of lessons for divine service; list of appointed passages);

[ANAGNOSTES, ANAGNOSTAE] : N reader, one who reads aloud, slave trained to read aloud;

[ANAGOLAIUM, ANAGOLAII] : N amice; (oblong white shawl draped over shoulders of priest, worn w/alb);

[ANAGTROS, ANAGYRI] : N stinking bean-trefoil (anagyris foetida);

[ANALECTA, ANALECTAE] : N slave who collected crumbs/scraps/gleanings after a meal;

[ANALECTRIS, ANALECTRIDIS] : N pad worn under the shoulder blades; shoulder pad (to improve the figure);

[ANALEMMA, ANALEMMATOS/IS] : N diagram showing length of sundial pin with time of year; (fig. 8 on globe);

[ANALEMPTRIS, ANALEMPTRIDIS] : N shoulder pad (to improve the figure); suspensory bandage (l+s);

[ANALOGIA, ANALOGIAE] : N ratio, proportion; analogy/similarity (in inflections/derivations of words);

[ANALOGICUS, ANALOGICA, ANALOGICUM] : ADJ concerned with grammatical analogy/similarity (word inflections/derivations);

[ANALOGIUM, ANALOGII] : N lectern; pulpit; reader's desk;

[ANALOGUS, ANALOGA, ANALOGUM] : ADJ proportional; analogous;

[ANALPHABETISMUS, ANALPHABETISMI] : N illiteracy;

[ANALYSIS, ANALYSIS] : N analysis

[ANAMNESIS, ANAMNESIS] : N commemoration; (greek);

[ANANCAEUM, ANANCAEI] : N large drinking vessel which had to be emptied in a single draught;

[ANANCITES, ANANCITAE] : N hardest of substances (adamas); steel; diamond (as remedy for sadness l+s);

[ANANCITIS, ANANCITIDIS] : N precious stone (diamond?) (used in hydromancy/divination from water signs);

[ANAPAESTICUM, ANAPAESTICI] : N anapaestic verse (pl.), (using metrical foot, two shorts followed by long);

[ANAPAESTICUS, ANAPAESTICA, ANAPAESTICUM] : ADJ anapaestic, referring to anapaest (metrical foot, two shorts followed by long);

[ANAPAESTUM, ANAPAESTI] : N anapaestic line/passage (metrical foot, two shorts followed by long);

[ANAPAESTUS, ANAPAESTI] : N anapaest (metrical foot, two shorts followed by long);

[ANAPAESTUS, ANAPAESTA, ANAPAESTUM] : ADJ anapaestic (consisting of two shorts followed by a long);

[ANAPAUOMENE, ANAPAUOMENES] : N woman resting (as title of painting);

[ANAPAUOMENOS, ANAPAUOMENI] : N man resting (as title of painting);

[ANAPHORA, ANAPHORAE] : N rising/ascension of star measured in degrees; rising/mounting up (of the stars);

[ANAPHORA, ANAPHORAE] : N repetition of word beginning successive clauses; improper preceding reference;

[ANAPHORICUS, ANAPHORICA, ANAPHORICUM] : ADJ adjusted according to the rising/ascension of the stars;

[ANAPHYSEMA, ANAPHYSEMATOS/IS] : N upward blast;

[ANAPLEROTICUS, ANAPLEROTICA, ANAPLEROTICUM] : ADJ suitable for filling up;

[ANARCHOS] : without beginning, without a leader.

[ANARRINON, ANARRINI] : N snapdragon, antirrhinum;

[ANAS, ANATIS] : N duck;

[ANAS, ANATIS] : N senility in women;

[ANAS, ANETIS] : N duck;

[ANAS, ANITIS] : N duck;

[ANASCEUE, ANASCEUES] : N refutation of arguments;

[ANASTASIS, ANASTASIS] : N the resurrection;

[ANASTOMOTICUS, ANASTOMOTICA, ANASTOMOTICUM] : ADJ relaxing (medicine, to open/widen vessels for blood flow); aperient, laxative;

[ANATARIA, ANATARIAE] : N species of eagle; duck eagle? (falco haliactus);

[ANATARIUS, ANATARIA, ANATARIUM] : ADJ pertaining to a duck; (~a aquila => duck eagle (falco haliactus));

[ANATHEMA, ANATHEMATIS] : N offering; sacrificial victim; curse; cursed thing; excommunication, anathema;

[ANATHEMATISMUS, ANATHEMATISMI] : N anathema; curse/ban/denunciation; evil thing; curse of excommunication;

[ANATHEMATIZO, ANATHEMATIZARE, ANATHEMATIZAVI, ANATHEMATIZATUS] : V anathemize, put under ban; curse; detest;

[ANATHEMO, ANATHEMARE, ANATHEMAVI, ANATHEMATUS] : V anathemize, put under ban; curse; detest;

[ANATHYMIASIS, ANATHYMIASIDIS] : N rising of "vapors" (to the head);

[ANATICULA, ANATICULAE] : N duckling; term of endearment, duckie;

[ANATINA, ANATINAE] : N duck's flesh/meat, duck;

[ANATINUS, ANATINA, ANATINUM] : ADJ of/from/concerning a duck, duck's;

[ANATOCISMUS, ANATOCISMI] : N compound interest;

[ANATOMIA, ANATOMIAE] : N anatomy;

[ANATOMICA, ANATOMICAE] : N anatomy;

[ANATOMICUS, ANATOMICI] : N anatomist;

[ANATOMIE, ANATOMIES] : N anatomy;

[ANATONUS, ANATONA, ANATONUM] : ADJ longstrung (length of tight skein propelling catapult); extending upward (l+s);

[ANATRESIS, ANATRESIS] : N boring through;

[ANAUDIA, ANAUDIAE] : N loss of speech, dumbness;

[ANCA, ANCAE] : N goose;

[ANCAESUM, ANCAESI] : N embossed/engraved work (usu pl.) (esp. in gold/silver);

[ANCALA, ANCALAE] : N knee; bend of the knee;

[ANCALE, ANCALES] : N knee; bend of the knee;

[ANCELE, ANCELIS] : N small figure eight shield fell from heaven (copies kept in salii shrine of mars)

[ANCEPS, (GEN.), ANCIPITIS] : ADJ two headed/fold/edged/meanings; faces two directions/fronts; doubtful; double;

[ANCHORA, ANCHORAE] : N anchor (in/ad ~is => at anchor); grappling iron/hook;

[ANCHUSA, ANCHUSAE] : N dyer's bugloss (anchusa tinctoria) (alkanet) or similar plant (ox-tongue);

[ANCHUSA] : anchusa Anchusa tinctoria

[ANCILE, ANCILIS] : N small figure eight shield fell from heaven (copies kept in salii shrine of mars)

[ANCILLA, ANCILLAE] : N slave girl; female slave; maid servant; handmaid; (used opprobriously of a man);

[ANCILLA, ANCILLAE] : N servant, maid; (used by nuns to describe themselves);

[ANCILLA] : maidservant, also used by nuns to decribe themselves.

[ANCILLARIOLUS, ANCILLARIOLI] : N pursuer of slave girls; lover of maid-servants (l+s);

[ANCILLARIS, ANCILLARIS, ANCILLARE] : ADJ of/having status of female slave; appropriate/characteristic to that position;

[ANCILLATUS, ANCILLATUS] : N service of a (female) slave;

[ANCILLOR, ANCILLARI, -, ANCILLATUS SUM] : V act as handmaid, wait on, serve hand and foot; be subservient/at beck and call;

[ANCILLULA, ANCILLULAE] : N little serving-maid, young female slave; slave girl;

[ANCIPS, (GEN.), ACIPITIS] : ADJ two headed/fold/edged/meanings; faces two directions/fronts; doubtful; double;

[ANCISUS, ANCISA, ANCISUM] : ADJ cut up, chopped up; cut around/away;

[ANCLABRE, ANCLABRIS] : N vessels on a sacrificial table (called an anclabris);

[ANCLABRIS, ANCLABRIS, ANCLABRE] : ADJ sacrificial;

[ANCLABRIS, ANCLABRIS] : N sacrificial table (vessels on it called anclabria);

[ANCLO, ANCLARE, ANCLAVI, ANCLATUS] : V serve (wine); bring as a servant; have the care of (l+s);

[ANCON, ANCONIS] : N projecting arm, crosspiece; clamp; bracket; piston rod; drinking vessel;

[ANCORA, ANCORAE] : N anchor (in/ad ~is => at anchor); grappling iron/hook;

[ANCORAGO, ANCORAGINIS] : N fish in the rhine (unknown);

[ANCORALE, ANCORALIS] : N anchor cable;

[ANCORALIS, ANCORALIS, ANCORALE] : ADJ of/used for anchor;

[ANCORARIUS, ANCORARIA, ANCORARIUM] : ADJ of/used for anchor;

[ANCRA, ANCRAE] : N valley (pl.), gorge;

[ANCTER, ANCTEROS/IS] : N surgical clip;

[ANCULA, ANCULAE] : N maid servant;

[ANCULO, ANCULARE, ANCULAVI, ANCULATUS] : V serve (wine); bring as a servant; have the care of (l+s);

[ANCULUS, ANCULI] : N man servant;

[ANCUS, ANCI] : N group of musical notes;

[ANCYLA, ANCYLAE] : N joint stiffened by an injury;

[ANCYLOBLEPHARON] : ADJ having eyelid adhering to eye;

[ANCYLOBLEPHAROS, ANCYLOBLEPHAROS] : ADJ having eyelid adhering to eye;

[ANDABATA, ANDABATAE] : N gladiator who fought blindfolded;

[ANDRACHLE, ANDRACHLES] : N tree resembling the arbutus (strawberry tree/shrub) (arbustus enedo);

[ANDRACHNE, ANDRACHNES] : N plant, purslane (portulacca oleraca);

[ANDRACHNE, ANDRACHNES] : N purslane (portlaca oleracea); (~ agria => stonecrop?/sedum stellatum);

[ANDREAS, ANDREAE] : N andrew;

[ANDREMAS, ANDREMAE] : N plant, purslane (portulacca oleraca);

[ANDRODAMAS, ANDRODANTOS/IS] : N variety of hematite (native sesquioxide of iron fe2o3); silver marcasite;

[ANDROGEOSOS, ANDROGEI] : N androgeos (son of minos and pasiphae, whose death was avenged on athens);

[ANDROGYNE, ANDROGYNES] : N masculine heroic woman; (nickname given to a mannish woman/tomboy);

[ANDROGYNUS, ANDROGYNI] : N hermaphrodite, person of indeterminate sex;

[ANDRON, ANDRONIS] : N corridor, aisle, passage; men's apartment in a house;

[ANDRON] : corridor, aisle.

[ANDRONITIS, ANDRONITIDIS] : N men's apartment in a house (greek);

[ANDROSACES, ANDROSACIS] : N marine plant (zoophyte?) (old says n, not f);

[ANDROSAEMON, ANDROSAEMI] : N variety of st john's wort (hypericum perforatum and perfoliatum);

[ANDRUO, ANDRUARE, ANDRUAVI, ANDRUATUS] : V run back; (dance around at salian religious festivals);

[ANECLOGISTUS, ANECLOGISTA, ANECLOGISTUM] : ADJ discretionary, not required to give an account of one's doings;

[ANELLUS, ANELLI] : N little ring, esp. finger ring;

[ANEMONE, ANEMONES] : N one or other of species of anemone/wind-flower; the plant othonna;

[ANESUM, ANESI] : N anise (pimpinella anisum);

[ANESUM] : -i, (neut.) aniseed in hydromel

[ANETHUM, ANETHI] : N dill (anethum graveolens); anise (l+s);

[ANETHUM] : dill, anise.

[ANETHUM] : -i, (neut.) dill, anise Anethum graveolens

[ANETICULA, ANETICULAE] : N duckling; term of endearment;

[ANETICUS, ANETICA, ANETICUM] : ADJ remitting, abating;

[ANETINA, ANETINAE] : N duck's flesh/meat, duck;

[ANETINUS, ANETINA, ANETINUM] : ADJ of/from/concerning a duck, duck's;

[ANETUM, ANETI] : N dill (anethum graveolens);

[ANETUM] : -i, (neut.) dill, anise

[ANFRACTUM, ANFRACTI] : N winding passage; curved/crooked part; bend;

[ANFRACTUOSUS, ANFRACTUOSA, ANFRACTUOSUM] : ADJ roundabout, convoluted; prolix, protracted, wordy;

[ANFRACTUS, ANFRACTA, ANFRACTUM] : ADJ curving, curved, bent;

[ANFRACTUS, ANFRACTUS] : N bend, curvature; circuit, (annual) round, orbit; spiral, coil; circumlocution;

[ANFRACTUS] : crooked, with tortuous bends.

[ANGARIA, ANGARIAE] : N service of the public courier; service to a lord, villanage;

[ANGARIALIS, ANGARIALIS, ANGARIALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to service;

[ANGARIO, ANGARIARE, ANGARIAVI, ANGARIATUS] : V press, requisition, commandeer; exact villanage; compel, constrain (eccl.);

[ANGARIUM, ANGARII] : N compulsory services (pl.) in connection with the imperial post;

[ANGARIUS, ANGARII] : N public courier, messenger;

[ANGARUS, ANGARI] : N public courier, messenger;

[ANGELICUS, ANGELICA, ANGELICUM] : ADJ angelic; of an angel; belonging to the angels; dactylic measure (l+s);

[ANGELIFICATUS, ANGELIFICATA, ANGELIFICATUM] : ADJ changed into an angel;

[ANGELLUS, ANGELLI] : N small/barely perceptible angle;

[ANGELUS, ANGELI] : N angel; messenger;

[ANGELUS] : angel.

[ANGINA, ANGINAE] : N acute throat infection w/choking, quinsy; (~ vinaria => suffocation from wine);

[ANGIPORTUM, ANGIPORTI] : N narrow street, alley; lane;

[ANGIPORTUS, ANGIPORTUS] : N narrow street, alley; lane;

[ANGLI] : Angles

[ANGLIA, ANGLIAE] : N anglia, place of the angles, area/kingdom in eastern england; england;

[ANGLICANUS, ANGLICANI] : N anglican (follower of the church of england);

[ANGLICANUS, ANGLICANA, ANGLICANUM] : ADJ anglican (follower of the church of england);

[ANGLICE] : ADV in/into english;

[ANGLICUS, ANGLICI] : N englishman;

[ANGLUS, ANGLI] : N englishman; angles (pl.) (low german invaders/colonizers of britain); english;

[ANGO, ANGERE, ANXI, ANCTUS] : V choke, throttle, strangle; press tight; distress, cause pain, vex, trouble;

[ANGO] : to trouble, draw together.

[ANGOLARIUS, ANGOLARIA, ANGOLARIUM] : ADJ occurring or placed at a corner;

[ANGOR, ANGORIS] : N suffocation, choking, strangulation; mental distress, anxiety, anguish, vexation

[ANGORIO, ANGORIARE, ANGORIAVI, ANGORIATUS] : V compel; force;

[ANGUEUS, ANGUEA, ANGUEUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a serpent;

[ANGUICOMUS, ANGUICOMA, ANGUICOMUM] : ADJ with snakes for hair;

[ANGUICULUS, ANGUICULI] : N little/small/young serpent/snake;

[ANGUIFER, ANGUIFERA, ANGUIFERUM] : ADJ snake-bearing, snaky; snake-haunted (place);

[ANGUIGENA, ANGUIGENAE] : N offspring of a serpent/dragon; (pl. as epithet of thebans);

[ANGUILLA, ANGUILLAE] : N eel; hard skin of an eel used as a whip in school; slippery fellow;

[ANGUIMANUS, ANGUIMANA, ANGUIMANUM] : ADJ with snaky hands/serpent-handed/tentacled; epithet of the elephant;

[ANGUIMANUS, ANGUIMANUS] : N one with snaky hands/serpent-handed/tentacled; elephant (l+s);

[ANGUINEUS, ANGUINEA, ANGUINEUM] : ADJ of a snake, snaky, snake; consisting of snakes;

[ANGUINUM, ANGUINI] : N snake's egg;

[ANGUINUS, ANGUINA, ANGUINUM] : ADJ of a snake/snakes, snaky, snake; consisting of snakes; resembling a snake;

[ANGUIPES, (GEN.), ANGUIPEDIS] : ADJ snake/serpent footed; epithet of giants;

[ANGUIPES, ANGUIPEDIS] : N the giants (pl.) (serpent footed);

[ANGUIS, ANGUIS] : N snake, serpent; dragon; (constellations) draco, serpens, hydra;

[ANGUITENENS, (GEN.), ANGUITENENTIS] : ADJ serpent-bearing;

[ANGUITENENS, ANGUITENENTIS] : N the serpent-bearer (constellation ophiuchus);

[ANGULARIS, ANGULARIS, ANGULARE] : ADJ placed at corners, corner; having angles or corners, square;

[ANGULARIS, ANGULARIS] : N an angular vessel;

[ANGULARIUS, ANGULARIA, ANGULARIUM] : ADJ occurring or placed at a corner;

[ANGULATIM] : ADV from corner to corner, in every nook and cranny;

[ANGULATUS, ANGULATA, ANGULATUM] : ADJ made angular/cornered, with angles, angular;

[ANGULO, ANGULARE, ANGULAVI, ANGULATUS] : V make angular/cornered;

[ANGULOSUS, ANGULOSA, ANGULOSUM] : ADJ having an angle or angles, angular;

[ANGULUS, ANGULI] : N angle, apex; corner, nook, niche, recess, out-of-the-way spot;

[ANGULUS] : corner, niche.

[ANGUSTA, ANGUSTAE] : N small/confined/narrow space/place/passage, strait, channel; crisis, extremities

[ANGUSTAS, ANGUSTATIS] : N narrowness of space, confined position, closeness;

[ANGUSTATA] : circumscribed.

[ANGUSTE, ANGUSTIUS, ANGUSTISSIME] : ADV closely, in close quarters/narrow limits, cramped, crowded; sparingly, scantily;

[ANGUSTIA, ANGUSTIAE] : N narrow passage/place/space (pl.), defile; strait, pass; difficulties; meanness;

[ANGUSTICLAVIUS, ANGUSTICLAVIA, ANGUSTICLAVIUM] : ADJ having/wearing a narrow purple band (sign of equestrian rank);

[ANGUSTIO, ANGUSTIARE, ANGUSTIAVI, ANGUSTIATUS] : V narrow, reduce width/size/amount, constrict, limit; choke, crowd together/hamper

[ANGUSTIOR, ANGUSTIARI, -, ANGUSTIATUS SUM] : V be disturbed, be distressed; be crowded/pushed around;

[ANGUSTITAS, ANGUSTITATIS] : N narrowness of space, confined position, closeness;

[ANGUSTO, ANGUSTARE, ANGUSTAVI, ANGUSTATUS] : V narrow, reduce width/size/amount, constrict, limit; choke, crowd together/hamper

[ANGUSTUM, ANGUSTI] : N small/confined/narrow space/place/passage, strait, channel; crisis, extremities;

[ANGUSTUS, ANGUSTA -UM, ANGUSTIOR -OR -US, ANGUSTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ narrow, steep, close, confined; scanty, poor; low, mean; narrowminded, petty;

[ANGUSTUS] : narrow, limited, strait, tight, constricted.

[ANHELITIO, ANHELITIONIS] : N panting, gasping; shortness of breath; iridescence, play of colors on gem;

[ANHELITOR, ANHELITORIS] : N one who suffers from shortness of breath; asthmatic;

[ANHELITUS, ANHELITUS] : N panting, puffing, gasping, shortness of breath; breath, exhalation; bad breath;

[ANHELO, ANHELARE, ANHELAVI, ANHELATUS] : V pant, gasp; breathe/gasp out, belch forth, exhale; utter breathlessly;

[ANHELO] : to desire, want, strive for/ breathe, live.

[ANHELUS, ANHELA, ANHELUM] : ADJ panting, puffing, gasping; breath-taking; that emits hot blast/vapor, steaming;

[ANHYDROS, ANHYDRI] : N narcissus (plant thriving in dry regions);

[ANIATROLOGETUS, ANIATROLOGETA, ANIATROLOGETUM] : ADJ untrained in medicine; ignorant of medicine;

[ANICETUM, ANICETI] : N unsurpassable/sovereign remedy; (a name for anise);

[ANICETUS, ANICETA, ANICETUM] : ADJ unconquered, unconquerable;

[ANICILLA, ANICILLAE] : N (little) old woman;

[ANICLA, ANICLAE] : N (little) old woman;

[ANICULA, ANICULAE] : N (little) old woman;

[ANICULARIS, ANICULARIS, ANICULARE] : ADJ old-womanish; of an old woman; inflicted by an old woman; old wives' tale;

[ANILIS, ANILIS, ANILE] : ADJ old-womanish; of an old woman; inflicted by an old woman; old wives' tale;

[ANILITAS, ANILITATIS] : N old age (in women); the old age of a woman;

[ANILITER] : ADV in the manner of an old woman; with superstitious credulity;

[ANILITO, ANILITARE, ANILITAVI, ANILITATUS] : V to produce the feebleness of old age in (a female);

[ANILITOR, ANILITARI, -, ANILITATUS SUM] : V become an old woman;

[ANIMA, ANIMAE] : N soul, spirit, vital principle; life; breathing; wind, breeze; air (element);

[ANIMA] : life, soul.

[ANIMABILIS, ANIMABILIS, ANIMABILE] : ADJ made of air; animal, of living creatures, living, live, animate; vital;

[ANIMADVERSIO, ANIMADVERSIONIS] : N paying attention; observation, attention, notice; censure, reproach, punishment;

[ANIMADVERSOR, ANIMADVERSORIS] : N observer, one who notices/pays attention/observes;

[ANIMADVERTO, ANIMADVERTERE, ANIMADVERTI, ANIMADVERSUS] : V pay attention to, attend to; notice, observe; judge, estimate; punish (in+acc);

[ANIMADVERTO] : sometimes understand, realize.

[ANIMADVERTO] : to turn the mind to, take notice of, see, perceive.

[ANIMAEQUITAS, ANIMAEQUITATIS] : N composure;

[ANIMAEQUUS, ANIMAEQUA, ANIMAEQUUM] : ADJ composed/patient/not easily moved; of good courage; of calm/confident mind;

[ANIMAL, ANIMALIS] : N animal, living thing/offspring; creature, beast, brute; insect;

[ANIMALIS, ANIMALIS, ANIMALE] : ADJ made of air; animal, of living creatures, living, live, animate; vital;

[ANIMALIS, ANIMALIS] : N animal, living creature;

[ANIMALITER] : ADV like an animal;

[ANIMANS, (GEN.), ANIMANTIS] : ADJ living, having life;

[ANIMANS, ANIMANTIS] : N animate/living being/organism (other than man), creature; animal (vs. plant);

[ANIMATIO, ANIMATIONIS] : N form of life;

[ANIMATRIX, ANIMATRICIS] : N she who quickens/animates;

[ANIMATUS, ANIMATA, ANIMATUM] : ADJ endowed with spirit, animated, spirited; inclined, minded; live, growing, fresh;

[ANIMATUS, ANIMATUS] : N breathing;

[ANIMAX, (GEN.), ANIMACIS] : ADJ showing signs of life, alive;

[ANIMI] : at heart.

[ANIMO, ANIMARE, ANIMAVI, ANIMATUS] : V animate, give/bring life; revive, refresh; rouse, animate; inspire; blow;

[ANIMOSE, ANIMOSIUS, ANIMOSISSIME] : ADV courageously, boldly, nobly, ardently, energetically; in high minded manner;

[ANIMOSITAS, ANIMOSITATIS] : N boldness, courage, spirit; vehemence, impetuosity, ardor; wrath (eccl.);

[ANIMOSITAS] : spirit, wrath.

[ANIMOSUS, ANIMOSA, ANIMOSUM] : ADJ courageous, bold, strong, ardent, energetic, noble; stormy (wind/sea), furious;

[ANIMOSUS] : -a,-um courageous, ardent, passionate, furious

[ANIMOSUS] : courageous, ardent, passionate, furious.

[ANIMOSUS] : undaunted, wrathful.

[ANIMULA, ANIMULAE] : N little life;

[ANIMULUS, ANIMULI] : N heart, soul (only voc as term of endearment);

[ANIMUS, ANIMI] : N mind; intellect; soul; feelings; heart; spirit, courage, character, pride; air;

[ANIMUS] : character, intellect, memory, consciousness, often = mind.

[ANIMUS] : courage, vivacity, bravery, will, spirit, soul.

[ANIMUS] : soul, spirit, intellect.

[ANISOCYCLUM, ANISOCYCLI] : N system of gears (pl.); screws/elastic springs (l+s);

[ANISUM, ANISI] : N anise (pimpinella anisum);

[ANISUM] : -i, (neut.) anis(?) Pimpinella anisum Celsus

[ANN, ABB.] : N year; abb. ann./a.; (regnavit ann(is). xliiii => he reigned for 44 years);

[ANNALE, ANNALIS] : N festival (pl.) held at the beginning of the year;

[ANNALIS, ANNALIS] : N book of annuals/chronicles; annals (pl.), chronicle, history, yearbooks;

[ANNARIUS, ANNARIA, ANNARIUM] : ADJ of age qualifications for public office (lex ~ => law defining age ...);

[ANNATA, ANNATAE] : N annates (w/media), a tax on benefices in the 1917 code

[ANNATO, ANNATARE, ANNATAVI, ANNATATUS] : V swim to/up to; swim beside/alongside;

[ANNAVIGO, ANNAVIGARE, ANNAVIGAVI, ANNAVIGATUS] : V sail to/up to/towards; sail beside/alongside;

[ANNE] : CONJ can it be that (introducing a question expecting a negative answer);

[ANNE] : CONJ whether (or not) (an-ne);

[ANNECTO, ANNECTERE, ANNEXUI, ANNEXUS] : V tie on/to, tie up (ship); bind to; fasten on; attach, connect, join, annex;

[ANNECTO] : to connect.

[ANNEGO, ANNEGARE, ANNEGAVI, ANNEGATUS] : V refuse; withhold;

[ANNEXIO, ANNEXIONIS] : N tying/binding to, connecting; annexation;

[ANNEXUS, ANNEXA, ANNEXUM] : ADJ attached, linked, joined; contiguous (to); related by blood; concerned;

[ANNEXUS, ANNEXUS] : N fastening, attaching, connection; tying/binding to, connecting; annexation;

[ANNICTO, ANNICTARE, ANNICTAVI, ANNICTATUS] : V wink to/at; blink at;

[ANNICULUS, ANNICULA, ANNICULUM] : ADJ one year old, yearling; lasting only one year, limited to a year;

[ANNIFER, ANNIFERA, ANNIFERUM] : ADJ bearing fruit all year round; producing new shoots every year;

[ANNIHILO, ANNIHILARE, ANNIHILAVI, ANNIHILATUS] : V annihilate, destroy, demolish, ruin, bring to nothing;

[ANNITOR, ANNITI, -, ANNIXUS SUM] : V lean/rest upon, support oneself, (w/genibus) kneel; strive, work, exert, try;

[ANNIUS, ANNIUS] : N striving; exertion;

[ANNIVERSARIE] : ADV annually;

[ANNIVERSARIUM, ANNIVERSARII] : N anniversary;

[ANNIVERSARIUS, ANNIVERSARIA, ANNIVERSARIUM] : ADJ annual; employed/engaged/renewed/occurring/arising/growing annually/every year;

[ANNIXUS, ANNIXA, ANNIXUM] : ADJ vehement, strenuous;

[ANNO, ANNARE, ANNAVI, ANNATUS] : V pass/live through a year;

[ANNO, ANNARE, ANNAVI, ANNATUS] : V swim to/towards, approach by swimming; sail to/towards; brought by sea (goods);

[ANNODO, ANNODARE, ANNODAVI, ANNODATUS] : V cut (a shoot) right back, cut flush; cut off knots, cut away suckers;

[ANNON] : CONJ can it be that (introducing a question expecting a positive answer);

[ANNONA, ANNONAE] : N year's produce; provisions; allotment; wheat, food; market price of grain/food;

[ANNONA] : yearly produce, grain crop/ price of grain/ cost of living.

[ANNONA] : yearly produce, grain crop / price of grain / cost of living

[ANNONARIUS, ANNONARIA, ANNONARIUM] : ADJ of/concerned with the grain supply;

[ANNONOR, ANNONARI, -, ANNONATUS SUM] : V collect provisions;

[ANNOSITAS, ANNOSITATIS] : N fullness of years; old age;

[ANNOSUS, ANNOSA, ANNOSUM] : ADJ aged, old, full of years; long-lived; immemorial;

[ANNOTAMENTUM, ANNOTAMENTI] : N note, comment, remark, annotation;

[ANNOTATIO, ANNOTATIONIS] : N note or comment; writing/making notes; notice; rescript of emperor by his hand;

[ANNOTATIUNCULA, ANNOTATIUNCULAE] : N short note/comment; brief annotation;

[ANNOTATOR, ANNOTATORIS] : N one who makes notes, note taker; observer; controller of the annual income (jur)

[ANNOTATUS, ANNOTATI] : N person officially announced as "wanted", wanted man;

[ANNOTATUS, ANNOTATUS] : N notice, noting, remark, mention;

[ANNOTINUS, ANNOTINA, ANNOTINUM] : ADJ of last year, of the preceding/previous year;

[ANNOTO, ANNOTARE, ANNOTAVI, ANNOTATUS] : V note/jot down, notice, become aware; mark, annotate; record, state; designate;

[ANNUALIS, ANNUALIS, ANNUALE] : ADJ one year old;

[ANNUBILO, ANNUBILARE, ANNUBILAVI, ANNUBILATUS] : V bring up clouds (against);

[ANNUCULUS, ANNUCULA, ANNUCULUM] : ADJ one year old, yearling; lasting only one year, limited to a year;

[ANNULARIS, ANNULARIS, ANNULARE] : ADJ one year old;

[ANNULARIUS, ANNULARIA, ANNULARIUM] : ADJ one year old;

[ANNULATUS, ANNULATA, ANNULATUM] : ADJ one year old;

[ANNULLO, ANNULLARE, ANNULLAVI, ANNULLATUS] : V annihilate, obliterate, destroy; annul (eccl.);

[ANNULLO] : to obliterate, destroy, annihilate.

[ANNULUS, ANNULA, ANNULUM] : ADJ one year old;

[ANNUMERABILIS, ANNUMERABILIS, ANNUMERABILE] : ADJ able to be added to;

[ANNUMERATIO, ANNUMERATIONIS] : N numbering, counting, enumeration;

[ANNUMERO, ANNUMERARE, ANNUMERAVI, ANNUMERATUS] : V count (in/out), pay; reckon (time); enumerate, run through; classify as; add;

[ANNUNCIATOR, ANNUNCIATORIS] : N announcer, herald, one who announces; prophet (souter); preacher;

[ANNUNTIALIS, ANNUNTIALIS, ANNUNTIALE] : ADJ proclamatory;

[ANNUNTIATIO, ANNUNTIATIONIS] : N annunciation/announcement, declaration; message; prediction/prophecy; preaching;

[ANNUNTIATOR, ANNUNTIATORIS] : N announcer, herald, one who announces; prophet (souter); preacher;

[ANNUNTIATRIX, ANNUNTIATRICIS] : N announcer, preacher, one who announces; prophetess (f) (souter);

[ANNUNTIO, ANNUNTIARE, ANNUNTIAVI, ANNUNTIATUS] : V announce, say, make known; report, bring news; prophesy/announce before; preach;

[ANNUNTIUS, ANNUNTIA, ANNUNTIUM] : ADJ announcer, that brings news/announces/makes known;

[ANNUO, ANNUERE, ANNUI, ANNUTUS] : V designate w/nod, nod assent; indicate, declare; favor/smile on; agree to, grant;

[ANNUO] : to allow, grant, promise/ designate.

[ANNUO] : to allow, grant, promise / designate.

[ANNUO] : to give assent, approve.

[ANNUO] : to nod, consent, give assent to / approve, favor.

[ANNUO] : to nod, consent, give assent to/ approve, favor.

[ANNUS, ANNI] : N year (astronomical/civil); age, time of life; year's produce; circuit, course;

[ANNUS] : year

[ANNUS] : year.

[ANNUTO, ANNUTARE, ANNUTAVI, ANNUTATUS] : V nod (to); order/assent to by a nod; bow to;

[ANNUTRIO, ANNUTRIRE,] : V train (on);

[ANNUUM, ANNUI] : N yearly payment (usu. pl.); annual stipend, pension, annuity (l+s);

[ANNUUS, ANNUA, ANNUUM] : ADJ for a year, lasting/appointed for a year; paid/performed yearly, annual;

[ANODYNON, ANODYNI] : N painkiller, anodyne, that which soothes;

[ANODYNON] : ADJ that allays pain, anodyne;

[ANODYNOS, ANODYN] : ADJ that allays pain, anodyne;

[ANODYNUM, ANODYNI] : N painkiller, anodyne, that which soothes;

[ANODYNUS, ANODYNA, ANODYNUM] : ADJ that allays pain, anodyne;

[ANOMALIA, ANOMALIAE] : N irregularity, anomaly; (gram.);

[ANOMALUS, ANOMALA, ANOMALUM] : ADJ irregular, anomalous, deviating from the general rule;

[ANONIS, ANONIDIS] : N rest-hollow plant (ononis antiquorum);

[ANONOMASTON] : ADJ designation of one of the aeons (unnamed);

[ANONOMASTOS, ANONOMASTOS] : ADJ designation of one of the aeons (unnamed);

[ANONYMOS, ANONYMI] : N a scythian plant;

[ANONYMUS, ANONYMA, ANONYMUM] : ADJ anonymous, name unknown; without a name;

[ANQUINA, ANQUINAE] : N halyard (rope/tackle used to raise/lower a sail/spar/flag);

[ANQUIRO, ANQUIRERE, ANQUISIVI, ANQUISITUS] : V seek, search diligently after, inquire into, examine judicially; indict;

[ANQUISITIO, ANQUISITIONIS] : N indictment;

[ANSA, ANSAE] : N handle (cup/jar/door), tiller; opening, opportunity; (rope) end, loop, hook;

[ANSA] : a handle

[ANSA] : a handle.

[ANSARIUM, ANSARII] : N duty paid on food stuffs/comestibles brought to rome for sale;

[ANSATUS, ANSATA, ANSATUM] : ADJ having/provided with handle/handles; equipped with a thong for throwing;

[ANSER, ANSERIS] : N goose; (anser masculus => gander);

[ANSER] : goose.

[ANSERCULUS, ANSERCULI] : N gosling, young goose;

[ANSERINUS, ANSERINA, ANSERINUM] : ADJ of/obtained from a goose, goose-;

[ANSLEPTRIS, ANALEPTRIDIS] : N shoulder pad (to improve the figure); suspensory bandage (l+s);

[ANSTRUO, ANSTRUERE, ANSTRUXI, ANSTRUCTUS] : V support;

[ANSULA, ANSULAE] : N handle of a cup; tie loop of sandal; hook, staple, small ring; little handle;

[ANTA, ANTAE] : N square pilasters/columns/pillars (pl.);

[ANTACHATES, ANTACHATAE] : N variety of agate;

[ANTAGONISTA, ANTAGONISTAE] : N adversary, opponent, antagonist;

[ANTAMOEBAEUS, ANTAMOEBAEA, ANTAMOEBAEUM] : ADJ composed of two short two long one short syllable;

[ANTAPOCHA, ANTAPOCHAE] : N the document by which a debtor shows he paid;

[ANTAPODOSIS, ANTAPODIS] : N parallelism in comparisons, application of similitude;

[ANTARCTICUS, ANTARCTICA, ANTARCTICUM] : ADJ southern, antarctic;

[ANTARIUS, ANTARIA, ANTARIUM] : ADJ supporting in front (ropes), fore-; (rope) for raising (scaffold, mast);

[ANTE] : (prep. + acc.) before/ in front of/ (adv.) before, previously.

[ANTE] : ADV before, previously, first, before this, earlier; in front/advance of; forwards;

[ANTE] : PREP in front/presence of, in view; before (space/time/degree); over against, facing;

[ANTEA] : (adv.) before, previously, formerly.

[ANTEA] : ADV before, before this; formerly, previously, in the past;

[ANTEACTUS, ANTEACTA, ANTEACTUM] : ADJ past, that passed or was spent previously;

[ANTEAGO, ANTEAGERE, ANTEEGI, ANTEACTUS] : V do before;

[ANTEAMBULO, ANTEAMBULONIS] : N forerunner; one who proceeds another to clear the way;

[ANTEBASIS, ANTEBASIS] : N rear prop of a ballista, hindmost small pillar at pedestal of ballista;

[ANTECANTAMENTUM, ANTECANTAMENTI] : N prelude, overture; preliminary;

[ANTECANTATIVUS, ANTECANTATIVA, ANTECANTATIVUM] : ADJ pertaining to a prelude/overture;

[ANTECAPIO, ANTECAPERE, ANTECEPI, ANTECEPTUS] : V take/seize beforehand, pre-occupy, forestall; anticipate;

[ANTECEDENS, (GEN.), ANTECEDENTIS] : ADJ foregoing, preceding; former; prior; previously existent, pre-existing;

[ANTECEDENTE, ANTECEDENTIS] : N what precedes; premises for reasoning; antecedent matters (pl.);

[ANTECEDO, ANTECEDERE, ANTECESSI, ANTECESSUS] : V precede, go before/ahead/in front of, attain before; excel, surpass, outstrip;

[ANTECEDO] : to precede.

[ANTECELLO, ANTECELLERE,] : V surpass, excel; be stronger than; prevail over;

[ANTECENIUM, ANTECENII] : N meal taken earlier in the day than the main meal;

[ANTECESSIO, ANTECESSIONIS] : N a going forward/before, preceding; what leads to action/state; antecedents;

[ANTECESSOR, ANTECESSORIS] : N he that goes before, predecessor; scout/vanguard (army); law professors;

[ANTECESSOR] : predecessor.

[ANTECESSUS, ANTECESSUS] : N payments in advance;

[ANTECURRO, ANTECURRERE,] : V run in front of/before;

[ANTECURSOR, ANTECURSORIS] : N scout, forerunner; vanguard (pl.), leading troops; predecessor in office;

[ANTEEO, ANTEIRE, ANTEIVI(II), ANTEITUS] : V go/walk before/ahead, precede, antedate; surpass; anticipate; prevent;

[ANTEFERO, ANTEFERRE, ANTETULI, ANTELATUS] : V carry before; place before/in front of; bring in advance, anticipate; prefer;

[ANTEFIXUM, ANTEFIXI] : N object/part fixed in front of something; ornamental tiles/figures at roof edge;

[ANTEFIXUS, ANTEFIXA, ANTEFIXUM] : ADJ fixed/fastened in front of;

[ANTEGENITALIS, ANTEGENITALIS, ANTEGENITALE] : ADJ that existed before birth;

[ANTEGERIO] : ADV greatly, very;

[ANTEGREDIOR, ANTEGREDI, -, ANTEGRESSUS SUM] : V move in front of; go before, precede; occur before; be an antecedent to;

[ANTEHABEO, ANTEHABERE, ANTEHABUI, ANTEHABITUS] : V have previously; prefer;

[ANTEHAC] : ADV before this time, up til now; before now/then; previously, earlier; in the past;

[ANTEIDA] : ADV before, before this; formerly, previously, in the past;

[ANTELOGIUM, ANTELOGI(I)] : N introduction; preamble, prologue, preface;

[ANTELOQUIUM, ANTELOQUII] : N right to speak before another; preface;

[ANTELUCANUM, ANTELUCANI] : N the hours before dawn/daybreak; last hours of the night (also pl.);

[ANTELUCANUS, ANTELUCANA, ANTELUCANUM] : ADJ before daybreak, that precedes the dawn; of the hours before daybreak;

[ANTELUCIO] : ADV before the dawn/daybreak;

[ANTELUCLO] : ADV before the dawn/daybreak;

[ANTELUDIUM, ANTELUDI(I)] : N advance tableau or show; prelude;

[ANTEMERIDIALIS, ANTEMERIDIALIS, ANTEMERIDIALE] : ADJ before noon, morning; occurring/done before noon;

[ANTEMERIDIANUS, ANTEMERIDIANA, ANTEMERIDIANUM] : ADJ before noon, morning; occurring/done before noon;

[ANTEMERIDIES, ANTEMERIDIEI] : N 5 1 X morning, forenoon; (old gives n);

[ANTEMITTO, ANTEMITTERE, ANTEMISI, ANTEMMISSUS] : V send ahead. send in advance; place in front;

[ANTEMNA, ANTEMNAE] : N yard of a ship; yardarm; sail (poet.);

[ANTEMOENIO, ANTEMOENIRE, ANTEMOENIVI, ANTEMOENITUS] : V provide with a front/protecting wall, provide with a rampart;

[ANTEMURALE, ANTEMURALIS] : N protecting wall as outwork, breastwork;

[ANTEMURANUS, ANTEMURANA, ANTEMURANUM] : ADJ that is before the wall;

[ANTENNA, ANTENNAE] : N yard of a ship; yardarm; sail (poet.);

[ANTENUPTIALIS, ANTENUPTIALIS, ANTENUPTIALE] : ADJ before marriage;

[ANTEO, ANTIRE, ANTIVI(II), ANTITUS] : V go before, go ahead, precede; surpass; anticipate; prevent; (anteeo drop e);

[ANTEOCCUPATIO, ANTEOCCUPATIONIS] : N anticipation of an opponents arguments;

[ANTEOCCUPO, ANTEOCCUPONIS] : N anticipation of an opponents arguments;

[ANTEPAENULTIMUS, ANTEPAENULTIMA, ANTEPAENULTIMUM] : ADJ pertaining to the third syllable from the end, antepenultimate;

[ANTEPAGMENTUM, ANTEPAGMENTI] : N facing of a door/window frame; anything used to garnish house exterior (l+s);

[ANTEPARTUM, ANTEPARTI] : N property acquired in the past;

[ANTEPASSIO, ANTEPASSIONIS] : N presentiment/expectation/anticipation of pain/suffering;

[ANTEPENDIUM, ANTEPENDII] : N frontal, a hanging in front of the altar;

[ANTEPENDULUS, ANTEPENDULA, ANTEPENDULUM] : ADJ hanging down in front (of the head);

[ANTEPERTUM, ANTEPERTI] : N property acquired in the past;

[ANTEPES, ANTEPEDIS] : N forefoot, forepaw;

[ANTEPILANUS, ANTEPILANI] : N men (pl.) who fought in the first or second line in a roman battle formation;

[ANTEPOLLEO, ANTEPOLLERE,] : V be stronger/more powerful than; surpass physically, excel;

[ANTEPONO, ANTEPONERE, ANTEPOSUI, ANTEPOSITUS] : V set before (w/dat), place/station before, serve (food); prefer, value above;

[ANTEPONO] : (+ dat.) put before, prefer, favor, promote.

[ANTEPORTANUS, ANTEPORTANA, ANTEPORTANUM] : ADJ epithet of hercules;

[ANTEPOTENS, (GEN.), ANTEPOTENTIS] : ADJ superior in power/fortune, strongest; exceeding;

[ANTEPREPARATORIUS, ANTEPREPARATORIA, ANTEPREPARATORIUM] : ADJ pre-preparatory, antepreparatory;

[ANTEQUAM] : before (in time)

[ANTEQUAM] : before (in time).

[ANTEQUAM] : CONJ before, sooner than; until;

[ANTERIDION, ANTERIDII] : N little prop/support;

[ANTERIOR, ANTERIOR, ANTERIUS] : ADJ earlier, previous, former; that is before, foremost;

[ANTERIS, ANTERIDIS] : N prop, support, pillar; counterprops (pl.) supporting a wall, buttress;

[ANTESCHOLANUS, ANTESCHOLANI] : N assistant master/teacher;

[ANTESCHOLARIUS, ANTESCHOLARII] : N attendant;

[ANTESCOLANUS, ANTESCOLANI] : N assistant master/teacher;

[ANTESIGNANUS, ANTESIGNANI] : N skirmisher; leader; troops (pl.) in front rank of legion/before the standard;

[ANTESTES, ANTESTITIS] : N (high) priest/priestess; mouthpiece of god; master/authority (w/gen); protector;

[ANTESTO, ANTESTARE, ANTESTETI, ANTESTATUS] : V surpass, excel, be superior to; stand before;

[ANTESTOR, ANTESTARI, -, ANTESTATUS SUM] : V call as a witness (before the opening of the cause);

[ANTETESTATUS, ANTETESTATI] : N witness;

[ANTEURBANUM, ANTEURBANI] : N suburbs (pl.);

[ANTEURBANUS, ANTEURBANA, ANTEURBANUM] : ADJ suburban; situated near the city;

[ANTEVENIO, ANTEVENIRE, ANTEVENI, ANTEVENTUS] : V come/go/arrive/act before, get in front of; anticipate, forestall; surpass;

[ANTEVENTULUS, ANTEVENTULA, ANTEVENTULUM] : ADJ lying forward (of hair), projecting in front;

[ANTEVERSIO, ANTEVERSIONIS] : N anticipating, preventing;

[ANTEVERTO, ANTEVERTERE, ANTEVERTI, ANTEVERSUS] : V act first, get ahead; anticipate; forestall; give priority; take precedence;

[ANTEVIO, ANTEVIARE, ANTEVIAVI, ANTEVIATUS] : V go before, precede;

[ANTEVOLO, ANTEVOLARE, ANTEVOLAVI, ANTEVOLATUS] : V fly in front of/before;

[ANTHALIUM, ANTHALII] : N earth-almond (cyperus esculentus), chufa (plant with small tubers, pig food);

[ANTHEDON, ANTHEDONIS] : N species of medlar-tree, greek medlar (mespilus tanacet);

[ANTHEDON] : ADJ (mespilus) anthedon => oriental thorn (crataegus orientalis);

[ANTHEMIS, ANTHEMIDIS] : N plant (chamomile?);

[ANTHEMIS] : chamomile(?) Anthemis nobilis (L.)

[ANTHEMUM, ANTHEMI] : N herb good for calculi (bladder/kidney stones);

[ANTHERA, ANTHERAE] : N salve/medicament made with flower petals;

[ANTHERICOS, ANTHERICI] : N flowering stem of the asphodel;

[ANTHERICUS, ANTHERICI] : N flowering stem of the asphodel;

[ANTHIAS, ANTHIAE] : N sea fish (difficult to catch l+s);

[ANTHINUS, ANTHINA, ANTHINUM] : ADJ made from flowers, flower-;

[ANTHOLOGICON, ANTHOLOGICI] : N writings (pl.) on flowers; anthology; collected thoughts/proverbs/poems (l+s);

[ANTHOPHORON] : ADJ flowering;

[ANTHOPHOROS, ANTHOPHOROS] : ADJ flowering;

[ANTHRACIAS, ANTHRACIAE] : N kind of carbuncle, the coal-carbuncle; (garnet?);

[ANTHRACINUM, ANTHRACINI] : N coal-black garments (pl.);

[ANTHRACINUS, ANTHRACINA, ANTHRACINUM] : ADJ coal-black;

[ANTHRACITES, ANTHRACITAE] : N precious stone (unknown); kind of bloodstone (l+s);

[ANTHRACITIS, ANTHRACITIDIS] : N kind of carbuncle, the coal-carbuncle; (garnet?);

[ANTHRAX, ANTHRACIS] : N natural cinnabar (hgs); a virulent ulcer;

[ANTHRISCUM, ANTHRISCI] : N southern chervil (scandix australis);

[ANTHRISCUS, ANTHRISCI] : N southern chervil (scandix australis);

[ANTHROPOGRAPHOS, ANTHROPOGRAPHI] : N portrait painter;

[ANTHROPOLATRA, ANTHROPOLATRAE] : N man-worshiper;

[ANTHROPOLOGICUS, ANTHROPOLOGICA, ANTHROPOLOGICUM] : ADJ anthropological;

[ANTHROPOMORPHITA, ANTHROPOMORPHITAE] : N heretics (pl.) who attributed to god a human form;

[ANTHROPOMORPHITUS, ANTHROPOMORPHITA, ANTHROPOMORPHITUM] : ADJ professing the heresy of attributing to god a human form ;

[ANTHROPOPHAGOS, ANTHROPOPHAGI] : N cannibals (pl.), man-eaters;

[ANTHROPOPHAGUS, ANTHROPOPHAGI] : N cannibals (pl.), man-eaters;

[ANTHUS, ANTHI] : N bird (heron?); small bird (yellow wagtail? motacilla flava) (l+s);

[ANTHYLLION, ANTHYLLII] : N name of two plants (species of afuga?; cressa cretica?);

[ANTHYLLIS, ANTHYLLIDIS] : N name of two plants (species of afuga?; cressa cretica?); musk ivy (teucrium iva)

[ANTHYLLIUM, ANTHYLLII] : N name of two plants (species of afuga?; cressa cretica?);

[ANTHYLLUM, ANTHYLLI] : N name of two plants (species of afuga?; cressa cretica?);

[ANTHYPOPHORA, ANTHYPOPHORAE] : N reply to a supposed objection; anticipating and refuting opponents arguments;

[ANTIA, ANTIAE] : N locks (pl.) of hair that hang down in front, forelock;

[ANTIAS, ANTIADIS] : N tonsil covered with a pellicle as a result of tonsillitis;

[ANTIBACCHUS, ANTIBACCHI] : N metrical foot short-long-long; verse composed of this meter;

[ANTIBASIS, ANTIBASIS] : N rear prop of a ballista, hindmost small pillar at pedestal of ballista;

[ANTIBOREUM, ANTIBOREI] : N type of sundial (turned toward the north);

[ANTIBOREUS, ANTIBOREA, ANTIBOREUM] : ADJ turned toward the north (sundial);

[ANTIBRACHIUM, ANTIBRACHII] : N forearm;

[ANTICATEGORIA, ANTICATEGORIAE] : N counter-plea; recrimination (l+s);

[ANTICATO, ANTICATONIS] : N title of books which caesar wrote in reply to cicero's panegyric cato;

[ANTICESSUS, ANTICESSUS] : N payments in advance;

[ANTICHRISTUS, ANTICHRISTI] : N antichrist; man of sin (souter);

[ANTICHTHONIS, ANTICHTHONIS] : N people (pl.) of the southern hemisphere; antipodes (l+s);

[ANTICIPALE, ANTICIPALIS] : N preliminaries (pl.); anticipatory actions; (preconceptions?);

[ANTICIPALIS, ANTICIPALIS, ANTICIPALE] : ADJ preliminary, anticipatory;

[ANTICIPATIO, ANTICIPATIONIS] : N preconception, previous notion; anticipation; idea before receiving instruction;

[ANTICIPO, ANTICIPARE, ANTICIPAVI, ANTICIPATUS] : V occupy beforehand; anticipate, get the lead, get ahead of; have preconception;

[ANTICIPO] : to surpass, excel.

[ANTICTHONIS, ANTICTHONIS] : N people (pl.) of the southern hemisphere; antipodes (l+s);

[ANTICTONIS, ANTICTONIS] : N people (pl.) of the southern hemisphere; antipodes (l+s);

[ANTICUS, ANTICA -UM, ANTICIOR -OR -US, ANTICISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ old, ancient; aged; time-honored; primeval; simple, classic, venerable; senior;

[ANTICUS, ANTICA, ANTICUM] : ADJ foremost, that is in front;

[ANTICUS, ANTICI] : N the men (pl.) of old, the ancients, the early authorities/writers; ancestors;

[ANTICUUS, ANTICUA -UM, ANTICUIOR -OR -US, ANTICUISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ old, ancient; aged; time-honored; primeval; simple, classic, venerable; senior;

[ANTIDACTYLUS, ANTIDACTYLA, ANTIDACTYLUM] : ADJ reversed dactyl (short-short-long) (w/pes);

[ANTIDEA] : ADV before, before this; formerly, previously, in the past;

[ANTIDEO, ANTIDIRE, ANTIDIVI(II), ANTIDITUS] : V go before, go ahead, precede; surpass; anticipate; prevent; (anteeo drop e);

[ANTIDHAC] : ADV before this time, up til now; before now/then; previously, earlier; in the past;

[ANTIDORON, ANTIDORI] : N blessed bread distributed after the liturgy in the greek rite

[ANTIDOTOS, ANTIDOTI] : N antidote, remedy;

[ANTIDOTUM, ANTIDOTI] : N antidote, remedy;

[ANTIDOTUS, ANTIDOTI] : N antidote, remedy;

[ANTIGERIO] : ADV greatly, very; vigorously, strongly, energetically;

[ANTIGRADUS, ANTIGRADUS] : N front steps;

[ANTILUCANUS, ANTILUCANA, ANTILUCANUM] : ADJ before daybreak, that precedes the dawn; of the hours before daybreak;

[ANTIMENSIUM, ANTIMENSII] : N consecrated cloth used for an altar;

[ANTIMETABOLE, ANTIMETABOLES] : N reciprocal interchange;

[ANTINOMIA, ANTINOMIAE] : N contradiction between two laws;

[ANTIOCHEA, ANTIOCHEAE] : N antioch; (city in roman syria/modern turkey);

[ANTIOCHENESIS, ANTIOCHENESIS] : N person from antioch; high official sent from antioch (2 maccabee 6] : 1);

[ANTIOCHENSIS, ANTIOCHENSIS, ANTIOCHENSE] : ADJ of/from/pertaining to antioch (city) or king antiochus;

[ANTIOCHENSIS, ANTIOCHENSIS] : N person from antioch; high official sent from antioch (2 maccabee 6] : 1);

[ANTIOCHENUS, ANTIOCHENI] : N person from antioch; high official sent from antioch (2 maccabee 6] : 1);

[ANTIOCHENUS, ANTIOCHENA, ANTIOCHENUM] : ADJ of/from/pertaining to antioch (city) or king antiochus;

[ANTIOCHIA, ANTIOCHIAE] : N antioch; (city in roman syria/modern turkey);

[ANTIOCHINUS, ANTIOCHINA, ANTIOCHINUM] : ADJ of/from/pertaining to king or philospher antiochus;

[ANTIPAGMENTUM, ANTIPAGMENTI] : N facing of a door/window frame; anything used to garnish house exterior (l+s);

[ANTIPASCHA, ANTIPASCHATIS] : N low sunday in the greek rite;

[ANTIPASTUS, ANTIPASTI] : N antipast, foot in verse short-long-long-short; verse consisting of antipasts;

[ANTIPATHES, ANTIPATHIS] : N precious stone supposed to act as a charm against witchcraft (black coral l+s);

[ANTIPATHES, ANTIPATHIS] : N charm (for arousing mutual love?) (against pain l+s);

[ANTIPATHIA, ANTIPATHIAE] : N antipathy between things, aversion; counteraction;

[ANTIPENDIUM, ANTIPENDII] : N frontal, a hanging in front of the altar;

[ANTIPHERNUM, ANTIPHERNI] : N return-present (pl.) which the bridegroom brought to the bride (cod. just.);

[ANTIPHONA, ANTIPHONAE] : N antiphon, response; (verse/sentence sung by one choir in response to another);

[ANTIPHONALIS, ANTIPHONALIS, ANTIPHONALE] : ADJ antiphonal; (of verse sung in response by choir);

[ANTIPHONARIUM, ANTIPHONARII] : N book of antiphonsx; the gradual;

[ANTIPHONARIUS, ANTIPHONARIA, ANTIPHONARIUM] : ADJ antiphonal; (of verse sung in response by choir);

[ANTIPHONUM, ANTIPHONI] : N antiphon, response (pl.); (verse/sentence by one choir in response to another);

[ANTIPHONUS, ANTIPHONA, ANTIPHONUM] : ADJ antiphonal; (of verse sung in response by choir);

[ANTIPHRASIS, ANTIPHRASIS] : N use of a word in a sense opposite to its proper meaning;

[ANTIPODIS, ANTIPODIS] : N people (pl.) who live on the opposite side of the earth; (keeping late hours);

[ANTIPTOSIS, ANTOPTOSIS] : N putting of one case for another; (grammar);

[ANTIQUARIA, ANTIQUARIAE] : N antiquarian/scholar (female), student of the past;

[ANTIQUARIUS, ANTIQUARI(I)] : N antiquarian, student of the past;

[ANTIQUARIUS, ANTIQUARIA, ANTIQUARIUM] : ADJ reading/copying ancient manuscripts (w/ars);

[ANTIQUATIO, ANTIQUATIONIS] : N abrogating, annulling;

[ANTIQUE, ANTIQUIUS, ANTIQUISSIME] : ADV in the old way, in an old fashioned manner;

[ANTIQUITAS, ANTIQUITATIS] : N antiquity, the good old days; the ancients; virtues of olden times; being old;

[ANTIQUITAS] : the ancients.

[ANTIQUITUS] : ADV formerly, in former/ancient/olden times, from antiquity; long ago/before;

[ANTIQUO, ANTIQUARE, ANTIQUAVI, ANTIQUATUS] : V reject (a bill); vote for the rejection;

[ANTIQUUM, ANTIQUI] : N antiquity; things of olden times; old custom/habit;

[ANTIQUUS, ANTIQUA -UM, ANTIQUIOR -OR -US, ANTIQUISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ old, ancient; aged; time-honored; primeval; simple, classic, venerable; gone by;

[ANTIQUUS, ANTIQUI] : N the men (pl.) of old, the ancients, the early authorities/writers; ancestors;

[ANTIQUUS] : ancient, old, hoary,.

[ANTIQUUS] : ancient, old, hoary,

[ANTIRRHINON, ANTIRRHINI] : N snapdragon, antirrhinum;

[ANTIRRINUM, ANTIRRINI] : N snapdragon, antirrhinum;

[ANTIS, ANTIS] : N rows (pl.) (vines/plants); ranks (soldiers); files (cavalry);

[ANTISAGOGE, ANTISAGOGES] : N figure of speech one thing adduced is opposed to another, counter-assertion;

[ANTISCIUS, ANTISCII] : N people (pl.) on other side of equator with shadows in the opposite direction;

[ANTISEMITISMUS, ANTISEMITISMI] : N anti-semitism;

[ANTISOPHISTA, ANTISOPHISTAE] : N one who seeks to refute another, opponent in argument; counter-sophist;

[ANTISOPHISTES, ANTISOPHISTAE] : N one who seeks to refute another, opponent in argument; counter-sophist;

[ANTISPODON, ANTISPODI] : N vegetable/wood ash (as substitute for mineral ash);

[ANTISTATUS, ANTISTATUS] : N superiority in rank, rank;

[ANTISTES, ANTISTITIS] : N bishop, abbot, prelate; master; occasionally applied to those of inferior rank;

[ANTISTES, ANTISTITIS] : N (high) priest/priestess; mouthpiece of god; master/authority (w/gen); protector;

[ANTISTES] : bishop.

[ANTISTIGMA, ANTISTIGMATIS] : N character proposed for 'ps'; critical mark before a verse to be transposed;

[ANTISTITA, ANTISTITAE] : N (high) priestess (of a temple/deity, w/gen);

[ANTISTITIUM, ANTISTITII] : N office of antistes (high priest);

[ANTISTITOR, ANTISTITORIS] : N supervisor;

[ANTISTO, ANTISTARE, ANTISETI] : V stand before; surpass, excel, be superior to;

[ANTISTO, ANTISTARE, ANTISTETI, ANTISTATUS] : V surpass, excel, be superior to; stand before;

[ANTISTOECHUM, ANTISTOECHI] : N substitution of one letter for another;

[ANTISTROPHE, ANTISTROPHES] : N rhetorical figure when several parts of a period end with the same word;

[ANTISTROPHE, ANTISTROPHES] : N antistrophe, answers to the strophe in greek/roman tragedy;

[ANTITETON, ANTITHETI] : N antithesis, opposition;

[ANTITHESIS, ANTITHESIS] : N substitution of one letter for another;

[ANTITHEUS, ANTITHEI] : N one who pretends to be god; the devil;

[ANTIZEUGMENON, ANTIZEUGMENI] : N grammatical figure by which several clauses are referred to the same verb;

[ANTLIA, ANTLIAE] : N mechanism for raising water, foot pump; (as activity for prisoners) treadmill;

[ANTOECUMENE, ANTOECUMENES] : N the opposite quarter of the earth, i.e., the southern half of our hemisphere;

[ANTOMASIVUS, ANTOMASIVA, ANTOMASIVUM] : ADJ pertaining to forming an antonomasia/epithet;

[ANTONIUS, ANTONI] : N antony; (roman gens name); (m. antonius -> mark antony, triumvir);

[ANTONIUS, ANTONIA, ANTONIUM] : ADJ antony; (roman gens name); (m. antonius -> mark antony, triumvir);

[ANTONOMASIA, ANTONOMASIAE] : N the use of an epithet/appellative as substitute for proper name, antonomasia;

[ANTOO, ANTOARE, ANTOAVI, ANTOATUS] : V requite;

[ANTRUM, ANTRI] : N cave; cavern; hollow place with overarching foliage; cavity, hollow; tomb;

[ANTRUM] : grotto.

[ANTRUO, ANTRUARE, ANTRUAVI, ANTRUATUS] : V dance around (at salian religious festivals);

[ANTUUERPIA, ANTUUERPIAE] : N antwerp;

[ANTVERPIA, ANTVERPIAE] : N antwerp;

[ANUCELLA, ANUCELLAE] : N (little) old woman;

[ANULARE, ANULARIS] : N kind of white paint (prepared with chalk mixed with glass beads l+s);

[ANULARIS, ANULARIS, ANULARE] : ADJ relating to a signet ring;

[ANULARIUM, ANULARI(I)] : N payment to veterans on discharge;

[ANULARIUS, ANULARI(I)] : N ring-maker;

[ANULARIUS, ANULARIA, ANULARIUM] : ADJ connected with (signet) ring-makers; used in making rings; of rings;

[ANULATUS, ANULATA, ANULATUM] : ADJ provided with a ring, ringed; fitted with a fetter, fettered;

[ANULUS, ANULI] : N posterior, fundament; anus;

[ANULUS, ANULI] : N ring, signet ring; circlet; ringlet/curl of hair; link of mail; fetters, irons;

[ANULUS] : a ring.

[ANUS, ANA, ANUM] : ADJ old (of female persons and things), aged;

[ANUS, ANI] : N ring, circle, link, circular form; anus; fundement; piles, hemorrhoids (l+s);

[ANUS, ANI] : N year (astronomical/civil); age, time of life; year's produce;

[ANUS, ANUS] : N old woman; hag; matron; old maid; sibyl, sorceress; foolish/cringing person;

[ANUS] : f. crone, old woman.

[ANUS] : m.

[ANXIA] : uneasy.

[ANXIE] : ADV anxiously, meticulously, over-carefully; with distress/chagrin; troublesomely;

[ANXIETAS, ANXIETATIS] : N anxiety, worry, solicitude; carefulness, extreme care;

[ANXIETAS] : anxiety, apprehension, misgiving, trepidation, grief, anguish.

[ANXIETUDO, ANXIETUDINIS] : N worry, anxiety, anguish, trouble; mental distress;

[ANXIFER, ANXIFERA, ANXIFERUM] : ADJ bringing/causing mental anguish/anxiety, harassing, worrying;

[ANXIO, ANXIARE, ANXIAVI, ANXIATUS] : V make uneasy/anxious/nervous;

[ANXIO] : to make uneasy, to anguish.

[ANXIOR, ANXIARI, -, ANXIATUS SUM] : V be in anguish; be troubled;

[ANXIOSUS, ANXIOSA, ANXIOSUM] : ADJ anxious, full of anxiety, uneasy; causing anxiety/pain/uneasiness;

[ANXITUDO, ANXITUDINIS] : N worry, anxiety, anguish, trouble; mental distress;

[ANXIUS, ANXIA, ANXIUM] : ADJ anxious, uneasy, disturbed; concerned; careful; prepared with care; troublesome;

[AP, ABB.] : N appius, roman praenomen (esp, gens claudia); ap.cl. caecus built appian way;

[APAGE] : INTERJ be off!; nonsense!, get away with you!;

[APALOCROCODES, APALOCRODIS] : N kind of eye salve;

[APALUS, APALA, APALUM] : ADJ soft-boiled (egg). soft, tender;

[APARCTIAS, APARCTIAE] : N the north wind;

[APARINE, APARINES] : N plant, cleavers (galium aparine);

[APATHIA, APATHIAE] : N freedom from emotion/passion (as a stoic value); apathy;

[APELIOTES, APELIOTAE] : N the east wind;

[APELLO, APELLERE, APEPULI, APULSUS] : V draw/push/drive aside/away (from);

[APER, APRI] : N boar, wild boar (as animal, food, or used as a legion standard/symbol); a fish;

[APER] : wild boar.

[APERANTOLOGIA, APERANTOLOGIAE] : N interminable discussion;

[APERIBILIS, APERIBILIS, APERIBILE] : ADJ opening;

[APERIO, APERIRE, APERUI, APERTUS] : V uncover, open, disclose; explain, recount; reveal; found; excavate; spread out;

[APERIO] : to uncover, lay bare, reveal, make clear.

[APERITIO, APERITIONIS] : N opening; aperture;

[APERITO, APERITONIS] : N opening; revelation/disclosure;

[APERITO] : F, an opening

[APERITO] : f. an opening.

[APERNOR, APERNARI, -, APERNATUS SUM] : V scorn;

[APERTE, APERTIUS, APERTISSIME] : ADV openly, publicly; manifestly; w/o disguise/reserve; plainly, clearly, frankly;

[APERTE] : openly, frankly.

[APERTIBILIS, APERTIBILIS, APERTIBILE] : ADJ opening;

[APERTIO, APERTIONIS] : N an opening; act of making (a building, etc.) accessible; grand/solemn opening;

[APERTIO] : f, an opening

[APERTIO] : f, an opening.

[APERTO, APERTARE, APERTAVI, APERTATUS] : V bare, expose, lay bare;

[APERTOR, APERTORIS] : N he who opens/begins, opener;

[APERTUM, APERTI] : N area free from obstacles, open/exposed space, the open (air); known facts (pl.);

[APERTURA, APERTURAE] : N act of opening; opening (a will); an opening, aperture, hole;

[APERTUS, APERTA -UM, APERTIOR -OR -US, APERTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ open, public; uncovered, exposed; frank, clear; cloudless; manifest; wide;

[APES, APIS] : N bee; swarm regarded as a portent;

[APEX, APICIS] : N long mark over vowel; outlines of letters, letter; least particle, speck;

[APEX, APICIS] : N point, top, summit; cap, crown; conical priest cap; highest honor;

[APEX] : summit.

[APEXABO, APEXABONIS] : N kind of sausage;

[APHACA, APHACAE] : N kind of vetch/tare; pulse, field/chick peas (lathyrus alphca) (l+s); dandelion;

[APHAEREMA, APHAEREMATIS] : N spelt bran, grits, sharps;

[APHAERESIS, APHAERESIS] : N dropping a letter or syllable at the beginning of a word;

[APHARCE, APHARCES] : N evergreen tree (arbutus hybrida);

[APHELIOTES, APHELIOTAE] : N the east wind;

[APHRACTUM, APHRACTI] : N undecked boat; open ship;

[APHRACTUS, APHRACTI] : N undecked boat; open ship;

[APHRODES, APHRODES, APHRODES] : ADJ foaming, like foam; (~ mecon => wild poppy);

[APHRODISAS, APHRODISAE] : N sweet flag/iris?; calamus?;

[APHRODISIACA, APHRODISIACAE] : N unknown precious stone (reddish-white l+s);

[APHRODISIACE, APHRODISIACES] : N unknown precious stone (reddish-white l+s);

[APHRONITRUM, APHRONITRI] : N sodium carbonate, washing soda; spuma nitri; efflorescence of saltpeter (l+s);

[APHTHA, APHTHAE] : N parasitic stomatitis, thrush, aphthous ulcers (pl.) (fungal disease);

[APHYA, APHYAE] : N small fish (regarded by pliny as a separate species); anchovy? (l+s);

[APHYE, APHYES] : N small fish (regarded by pliny as a separate species); anchovy? (l+s);

[APIACIUS, APIACIA, APIACIUM] : ADJ of parsley or celery;

[APIACUS, APIACA, APIACUM] : ADJ of parsley; similar to parsley (l+s);

[APIACUS] : -a, -um, adj. like parsley Cato, Cassell

[APIANA, APIANAE] : N chamomile;

[APIANUS, APIANA, APIANUM] : ADJ belonging to the bees; muscatel (grape loved by the bees);

[APIARIUM, APIARII] : N apiary, bee-house, beehive;

[APIARIUS, APIARIA, APIARIUM] : ADJ relating to bees;

[APIARIUS, APIARII] : N beekeeper;

[APIASTELLUM, APIASTELLI] : N plant, batrachior or herba scelerata; bryonia;

[APIASTRA, APIASTRAE] : N bee-eater, bird that lies in wait for bees, (merops apiaster);

[APIASTRUM, APIASTRI] : N one or more varieties of balm (plant of which bees are fond); wild parsley (l+s)

[APIATUS, APIATA, APIATUM] : ADJ resembling parsley (of tables with a certain grain pattern); boiled with parsley

[APICA, APICAE] : N sheep with no wool on its belly;

[APICATUS, APICATA, APICATUM] : ADJ wearing he ceremonial pointed cap of a priest;

[APICES] : writing.

[APICIUS, APICIA, APICIUM] : ADJ name of a variety of grape and wine; ("sought/liked by bees");

[APICULA, APICULAE] : N little bee;

[APINA, APINAE] : N trifles (pl.), nonsense;

[APINAE] : trifles, odds and ends.

[APIO, APERE, -, APTUS] : V fasten, attach, join, connect, bind;

[APIOS, APII] : N kind of spurge;

[APIROCALUS, APIROCALI] : N one lacking in taste;

[APIS, APIS] : N bee; swarm regarded as a portent; apis = sacred bull worshiped in egypt;

[APIS] : f.

[apisci, aptus] to attain, obtain, get, acquire.

[APISCOR, APISCI, -, APTUS SUM] : V reach, obtain, win (lawsuit); grasp; catch (person); attack (infection); pursue;

[APIUM, API(I)] : N wild celery; parsley; (garlands); (gen apii old); like plants; (liked by bees);

[APIUM] : celery/ parsley.

[APIUM] : -ii, (neut.) parsley, celery, celery (cultivated) Petrosolinum sativum & Apium graveolens Horace, Cassell

[APLANES, APLANES, APLANES] : ADJ standing firm, not moving about;

[APLESTIA, APLESTIAE] : N surfit, escess; escessive amount/supply/indulgence/consumption/gluttony;

[APLUDA, APLUDAE] : N chaff; bran (l+s); kind of drink?;

[APLUSTRE, APLUSTRIS] : N ornamented stern-post of a ship; also pl. of a single ship;

[APLUSTRUM, APLUSTRI] : N ornamented stern-post of a ship; also pl. of a single ship;

[APLYSIA, APLYSIAE] : N sponge of inferior quality;

[APOCALYPSIS, APOCALYPSIS] : N revelation, disclosing; (book of revelations, apocalypse of st john);

[APOCALYPSIS, APOCALYPSOS/IS] : N revelation, disclosing; (book of revelations, apocalypse of st john);

[APOCALYPTICUS, APOCALYPTICA, APOCALYPTICUM] : ADJ pertaining to the apocalypse/book of revelations;

[APOCARTERESIS, APOCARTERESIS] : N voluntary starvation; hunger strike;

[APOCATASTATICUS, APOCATASTATICA, APOCATASTATICUM] : ADJ restoring, returning; (stars/planets to position of previous year);

[APOCATSTASIS, APOCATASTASIS] : N restoration, re-establishment, return to former position; (stars to last year);

[APOCATUS, APOCATA, APOCATUM] : ADJ in respect of which a receipt for payment has been given;

[APOCHA, APOCHAE] : N receipt for payment;

[APOCHATUS, APOCHATA, APOCHATUM] : ADJ in respect of which a receipt for payment has been given;

[APOCOLOCYNTOSIS, APOCOLOCYNTOSIS] : N transformation into a gourd or pumpkin; "metamorphosis of a pumpkin" by seneca;

[APOCOPE, APOCOPES] : N dropping of a letter/syllable at the end of a word;

[APOCRISIARIUS, APOCRISIARII] : N delegate/deputy who performs a duty in place of another, envoy, nuncio;

[APOCRYPHUM, APOCRYPHI] : N apocryphal/non canonical writings (pl.) (not included in the bible);

[APOCRYPHUS, APOCRYPHA, APOCRYPHUM] : ADJ spurious, not genuine/canonical, apocryphal;

[APOCULO, APOCULARE, APOCULAVI, APOCULATUS] : V go away, remove oneself, leave;

[APOCYNON, APOCYNI] : N dog's bane, a plant poisonous to dogs; magic bone in left side of venomous frog;

[APODICTICUS, APODICTICA, APODICTICUM] : ADJ demonstrative, convincing; proving clearly (l+s);

[APODIXIS, APODIXOS/IS] : N proof, demonstration; conclusive proof (l+s);

[APODOSIS, APODSIS] : N subsequent proposition; clause referring to one preceding;

[APODYTERIUM, APODYTERI(I)] : N undressing-room in a bathing-house;

[APOGEUS, APOGEA, APOGEUM] : ADJ blowing/coming from the land, land (breeze);

[APOGRAPHON, APOGRAPHI] : N copy; transcript (l+s);

[APOLACTIZO, APOLACTIZARE, APOLACTIZAVI, APOLACTIZATUS] : V kick away, spurn;

[APOLECTUS, APOLECTA, APOLECTUM] : ADJ choice, selected;

[APOLECTUS, APOLECTA, APOLECTUM] : ADJ kind of tuna fish not a year old; pieces for salting cut from that tuna;

[APOLLINARIA, APOLLINARIAE] : N plant (commonly called strychnos);

[APOLLINARIS, APOLLINARIS] : N herb (commonly called hyoscyamus); species of solanum;

[APOLLINARIS, APOLLINARIS, APOLLINARE] : ADJ sacred to apollo; of apollo (games);

[APOLLO, APOLLINIS] : N apollo, a roman god of prophecy, music, poetry, archery, medicine;

[APOLOGATIO, APOLOGATIONIS] : N fable or apologue; narration in the manner of aesop;

[APOLOGETICUS, APOLOGETICA, APOLOGETICUM] : ADJ apologetic;

[APOLOGIA, APOLOGIAE] : N apology; defense;

[APOLOGO, APOLOGARE, APOLOGAVI, APOLOGATUS] : V spurn, reject;

[APOLOGUS, APOLOGI] : N narrative, story; fable, tale;

[APOLOGUS] : story, narrative, account, fable, tale.

[APOPEMPEUS, APOPEMPEI] : N averter of evil; aversion/carring away (of evil);

[APOPHASIS, APOPHASIS] : N denial, rhetorical device where one answers himself;

[APOPHEGMATISMOS, APOPHEGMATISMI] : N remedy for expelling phlegm, expectorant;

[APOPHORETUM, APOPHORETI] : N presents (pl.) for guests to take with them;

[APOPHORETUS, APOPHORETA, APOPHORETUM] : ADJ designed (for guests) to take with them (of presents);

[APOPHYSIS, APOPHYSOS/IS] : N a curving outward (archit.), curve of column at top/bottom, apophyge;

[APOPLECTICUS, APOPLECTICA, APOPLECTICUM] : ADJ apoplectic, stroke;

[APOPLEXIA, APOPLEXIAE] : N apoplexy, stroke;

[APOPLEXIS, APOPLEXIS] : N apoplexy, stroke;

[APOPOMPAEUS, APOPOMPAEI] : N averter of evil; aversion/carring away (of evil);

[APOPOMPEUS, APOPOMPEI] : N averter of evil; aversion/carring away (of evil);

[APOPROEGMENON, APOPROEGMENI] : N things (pl.) that have been rejected;

[APOPROEGMENUM, APOPROEGMENI] : N things (pl.) that have been rejected;

[APOPSIS, APOPSIS] : N belvedere? (summer house/gazebo, raised turret/lantern atop house with view);

[APORIA, APORIAE] : N doubt, perplexity; embarrassment, disorder;

[APORIATIO, APORIATIONIS] : N vacillation of mind, uncertainty, doubt;

[APORIO, APORIARE, APORIAVI, APORIATUS] : V be uncertain/in doubt, vacillate, waver, doubt, be perplexed/distressed/in need;

[APORIOR, APORIARI, -, APORIATUS SUM] : V be uncertain/in doubt, vacillate, waver, doubt, be perplexed/distressed/in need;

[APOSCOPEUON, APOSCOPEUONTIS] : N looking into the distance;

[APOSIOPESIS, APOSIOPESIS] : N a breaking off in the middle of speech, aposiosesis;

[APOSPHRAGISMA, APOSPHRAGISMATIS] : N device on a signet ring;

[APOSPLENOS, APOSPLENI] : N rosemary;

[APOSTASIA, APOSTASIAE] : N apostasy, departure from one's religion, repudiation of one's faith;

[APOSTATA, APOSTATAE] : N apostate; bad/wicked man;

[APOSTATICUS, APOSTATICA, APOSTATICUM] : ADJ apostate, rebel;

[APOSTATO, APOSTATARE, APOSTATAVI, APOSTATATUS] : V fall away (from), apostatize, forsake one's religion;

[APOSTATRIX, APOSTATRICIS] : N apostate (female);

[APOSTATRIX, APOSTATRICIS] : N apostate;

[APOSTEMA, APOSTEMATIS] : N abscess; ulcer;

[APOSTOLA, APOSTOLAE] : N apostle (female);

[APOSTOLATUS, APOSTOLATUS] : N apostlate, office/position of an apostle, apostleship;

[APOSTOLICITAS, APOSTOLICITATIS] : N apostlate, office/position of an apostle, apostleship;

[APOSTOLICUS, APOSTOLICA, APOSTOLICUM] : ADJ apostolic; of/concerning/belonging to an apostle;

[APOSTOLICUS, APOSTOLICI] : N saying of an apostle; pupils and friends of the apostles (pl.);

[APOSTOLUS, APOSTOLI] : N apostle; missionary (one sent);

[APOSTOLUS, APOSTOLI] : N notice/statement of the case sent to a higher tribunal on an appeal (roman law);

[APOSTOLUS] : (legal) notice sent to a higher tribunal/ ecc. Apostle.

[APOSTOLUS] : (legal) notice sent to a higher tribunal / ecc. Apostle.

[APOSTRAPHA, APOSTRAPHAE] : N apostrophe; small mark or note (especially in music);

[APOSTROPHA, APOSTROPHAE] : N small mark/note (esp. in music); apostrophe;

[APOSTROPHE, APOSTROPHES] : N rhetorical figure when speaker turns away to address others; apostrophy;

[APOSTROPHOS, APOSTROPHI] : N mark of elision, apostrophe;

[APOSTROPHUS, APOSTROPHI] : N mark of elision, apostrophe;

[APOTELESMA, APOTELESMATIS] : N influence of the stars on human destiny;

[APOTHECA, APOTHECAE] : N store-house, store-room, repository; wine-cellar;

[APOTHECA] : store room

[APOTHECARIUS, APOTHECARII] : N warehouseman, shopkeeper; clerk, druggist;

[APOTHECO, APOTHECARE, APOTHECAVI, APOTHECATUS] : V store, lay up in a storehouse;

[APOTHEOSIS, APOTHEOSIS] : N deification, transformation into a god; (by extension) canonization (saint);

[APOTHESIS, APOTHESOS/IS] : N a curving outward (archit.), curve of column at top/bottom, apophyge;

[APOTHYSIS, APOTHYSOS/IS] : N a curving outward (archit.), curve of column at top/bottom, apophyge;

[APOXYOMENOS, APOXYOMENI] : N a statue by lysippus of an athlete using a strigil to clean himself in the bath;

[APOZEMA, APOZEMATIS] : N decoction, boiling away, concentration/extraction by boiling away liquid;

[APOZYMO, APOZYMARE, APOZYMAVI, APOZYMATUS] : V make ferment;

[APP, ABB.] : N appius, roman praenomen; abbreviated app.;

[APPAGINECULUS, APPAGINECULI] : N kind of decorative attachment (archit.);

[APPALIS, APPALIS, APPALE] : ADJ greasy, fatty; of/with fat/grease;

[APPANGO, APPANGERE, APPEGI, APPACTUS] : V fasten to;

[APPARAMENTUM, APPARAMENTI] : N preparation, preparing; that which is prepared;

[APPARATE, APPARATIUS, APPARATISSIME] : ADV sumptuously;

[APPARATIO, APPARATIONIS] : N careful preparation; task/act of providing; provisions; designing, construction;

[APPARATOR, APPARATORIS] : N one who prepares; official who sacrifices to the magna mater;

[APPARATORIUM, APPARATORII] : N place/room where preparations were made for sacrifice;

[APPARATRIX, APPARATRICIS] : N she who prepares (sacrifices);

[APPARATUS, APPARATA -UM, APPARATIOR -OR -US, APPARATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ prepared, equipped, ready; splendid, elaborate, well-appointed; labored;

[APPARATUS, APPARATUS] : N preparation; instruments, equipment, supplies, stock; splendor, pomp, trappings;

[APPARATUS] : equipment, gear, machinery/ splendor, magnificence.

[APPARATUS] : exertion, effort.

[APPARENS, (GEN.), APPARENTIS] : ADJ exposed to the air; exposed to view, visible; perceptible, audible; apparent;

[APPARENTIA, APPARENTIAE] : N becoming visible, appearing, appearance; external appearance;

[APPAREO, APPARERE, APPARUI, APPARITUS] : V appear; be evident/visible/noticed/found; show up, occur; serve (w/dat);

[APPAREO] : to become visible, appear, manifest

[APPAREO] : to become visible, appear, manifest.

[APPARESCO, APPARESCERE,] : V begin to appear;

[APPARET, APPARERE, APPARIT] : V it is apparent/evident/clear/certain/visible/noticeable/found; it appears;

[APPARIO, APPARERE,] : V acquire, gain in addition;

[APPARITIO, APPARITIONIS] : N service, attendance; servants, attendants; provision, supplying, preparation;

[APPARITOR, APPARITORIS] : N civil servant; lictor, clerk; attendant on a magistrate;

[APPARITORIUS, APPARITORIA, APPARITORIUM] : ADJ of/for an apparitor (civil servant; lictor, clerk; attendant on a magistrate);

[APPARITURA, APPARITURAE] : N attendance on a magistrate, (civil) service;

[APPARO, APPARARE, APPARAVI, APPARATUS] : V prepare, fit out, make ready, equip, provide; attempt; organize (a project);

[APPECTORO, APPECTORARE, APPECTORAVI, APPECTORATUS] : V press/clasp to the breast;

[APPELLATIO, APPELLATIONIS] : N appeal (to higher authority); name, term; noun; title, rank; pronunciation;

[APPELLATIVUS, APPELLATIVA, APPELLATIVUM] : ADJ of the nature of a noun, nominal; appellative, belonging to a species (l+s);

[APPELLATOR, APPELLATORIS] : N appellant, one who appeals;

[APPELLATORIUS, APPELLATORIA, APPELLATORIUM] : ADJ of/used in appeals;

[APPELLITO, APPELLITARE, APPELLITAVI, APPELLITATUS] : V call or name (frequently or habitually);

[APPELLO, APPELLARE, APPELLAVI, APPELLATUS] : V call (upon); address; dun; solicit; appeal (to); bring to court; accuse; name;

[APPELLO, APPELLERE, APPULI, APPULSUS] : V drive to, move up, bring along, force towards; put ashore at, land (a ship);

[APPELLO] : to call, name, summon.

[APPELLO] : to drive, move towards/

[APPELLO] : to land

[APPELLO] : to land.

[APPENDEO, APPENDERE, APPENDI] : V to be pending;

[APPENDICULA, APPENDICULAE] : N small addition/appendix/annex; appendage;

[APPENDICUM, APPENDICI] : N appendage;

[APPENDITIA] : appurtenance.

[APPENDIX, APPENDICIS] : N appendix, supplement, annex; appendage, adjunct; hanger on; barberry bush/fruit;

[APPENDO, APPENDERE, APPENDI, APPENSUS] : V weigh out; pay/give out; hang, cause to be suspended;

[APPENSOR, APPENSORIS] : N weigher, he who weighs out;

[APPENSORIUS, APPENSORIA, APPENSORIUM] : ADJ with a handle;

[APPERTINEO, APPERTINERE, APPERTINUI] : V belong to, appertain to; (w/dat or ad);

[APPETENS, APPETENTIS (GEN.), APPETENTIOR -OR -US, APPETENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ eager/greedy for (w/gen), desirous of; avaricious, greedy, covetous;

[APPETENTER] : ADV greedily, avidly;

[APPETENTIA, APPETENTIAE] : N desire, longing after, appetite for;

[APPETIBILIS, APPETIBILIS, APPETIBILE] : ADJ be sought after, desirable;

[APPETISSO, APPETISSERE,] : V seek eagerly after;

[APPETITIO, APPETITIONIS] : N desire, appetite; action of trying to reach/grasp, stretching out for; grasping;

[APPETITOR, APPETITORIS] : N one who has a desire/liking for (something);

[APPETITUS, APPETITUS] : N appetite, desire; esp. natural/instinctive desire;

[APPETO, APPERONIS] : N one who is covetous;

[APPETO, APPETERE, APPETIVI, APPETITUS] : V seek/grasp after, desire; assail; strive eagerly/long for; approach, near;

[APPICISCOR, APPICISCI,] : V bargain?;

[APPINGO, APPINGERE,] : V fasten/join to;

[APPINGO, APPINGERE,] : V paint upon or beside; add in writing/painting; add something (to verbal picture)

[APPLAR, APPLARIS] : N dish or spoon?;

[APPLAUDO, APPLAUDERE, APPLAUSI, APPLAUSUS] : V strike together; clap, applaud; strike, slap; dash to the ground (w/terrae);

[APPLAUSOR, APPLAUSORIS] : N one expressing agreement/approval/pleasure/satisfaction by clapping hands;

[APPLAUSUS, APPLAUSUS] : N flapping/beating of wings;

[APPLEX, (GEN.), APPLICIS] : ADJ closely joined/attached to;

[APPLICATIO, APPLICATIONIS] : N application, inclination; joining, attaching; attachment of client to patron;

[APPLICATUS, APPLICATA, APPLICATUM] : ADJ situated close (to town w/dat); clinging to (side of hill); devoted (to);

[APPLICO, APPLICARE, APPLICUI, APPLICITUS] : V connect, place near, bring into contact; land (ship); adapt; apply/devote to;

[APPLICO, APPLICARE, APPLICAVI, APPLICATUS] : V connect, place near, bring into contact; land (ship); adapt; apply/devote to;

[APPLICO] : to land, steer, attach.

[APPLODO, APPLODERE, APPLOSI, APPLOSUS] : V strike together; clap, applaud; strike, slap; dash to the ground (w/terrae);

[APPLORO, APPLORARE, APPLORAVI, APPLORATUS] : V lament, weep at/on account of; deplore (a thing);

[APPLUDA, APPLUDAE] : N chaff;

[APPLUMBATOR, APPLUMBATORIS] : N solderer;

[APPLUMBO, APPLUMBARE, APPLUMBAVI, APPLUMBATUS] : V solder, solder on, affix by soldering, close/seal by soldering/with solder;

[APPONO, APPONERE, APPOSUI, APPOSITUS] : V place near, set before/on table, serve up; put/apply/add to; appoint/assign;

[APPONO] : to appoint a person, to add something.

[APPONO] : to place near, put to, serve, put on the table.

[APPORRECTUS, APPORRECTA, APPORRECTUM] : ADJ stretched out near/beside;

[APPORTATIO, APPORTATIONIS] : N conveyance to, carrying to;

[APPORTO, APPORTARE, APPORTAVI, APPORTATUS] : V carry/convey/bring (to); import; present (play); bring (news); make one's way;

[APPOSCO, APPOSCERE,] : V demand in addition;

[APPOSITE] : ADV in a manner suited (to); suitably, appositely;

[APPOSITIO, APPOSITIONIS] : N comparison, action of comparing;

[APPOSITUM, APPOSITI] : N adjective, epithet;

[APPOSITUS, APPOSITA -UM, APPOSITIOR -OR -US, APPOSITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ adjacent, near, accessible, akin; opposite; fit, appropriate, apt; based upon;

[APPOSITUS, APPOSITUS] : N application (of medicine);

[APPOSITUS] : placed near, approaching, appropriate, appositively.

[APPOSTULO, APPOSTULARE, APPOSTULAVI, APPOSTULATUS] : V beg/entreaty/solicit importunately/persistently/troublesomely/pressingly;

[APPOTUS, APPOTA, APPOTUM] : ADJ drunk, intoxicated;

[APPRECOR, APPRECARI, -, APPRECATUS SUM] : V address prayer to, pray to , invoke, beseech;

[APPREHENDO, APPREHENDERE, APPREHENDI, APPREHENSUS] : V seize (upon), grasp, cling to, lay hold of; apprehend; embrace; overtake;

[APPREHENSIBIL, (GEN.), APPREHENSIBILIS] : ADJ intelligible, understandable, that can be understood;

[APPREHENSIO, APPREHENSIONIS] : N seizing upon, laying hold of; (philosophical) apprehension, understanding;

[APPRENDO, APPRENDERE, APPRENDI, APPRENSUS] : V seize (upon), grasp, cling to, lay hold of; apprehend; embrace; overtake;

[APPRENSO, APPRENSARE, APPRENSAVI, APPRENSATUS] : V snatch at;

[APPRETIO, APPRETIARE, APPRETIAVI, APPRETIATUS] : V value, set/estimate a price, appraise; purchase, buy; appropriate to one's self;

[APPRIME] : ADV SUPER to the highest degree, to a high degree, extremely, especially, very;

[APPRIMO, APPRIMERE, APPRESSI, APPRESSUS] : V press on/to; clench (the teeth);

[APPRIMUS, APPRIMA, APPRIMUM] : ADJ the very first, most excellent;

[APPROBATIO, APPROBATIONIS] : N approbation, giving approval; proof, confirmation; decision;

[APPROBATOR, APPROBATORIS] : N one who approves;

[APPROBE] : ADV excellently;

[APPROBO, APPROBARE, APPROBAVI, APPROBATUS] : V approve, commend, endorse; prove; confirm; justify; allow; make good;

[APPROBO] : to approve.

[APPROBO] : to approve

[APPROBUS, APPROBA, APPROBUM] : ADJ excellent, worthy;

[APPROMISSOR, APPROMISSORIS] : N one who promises/gives security on behalf of another;

[APPROMITTO, APPROMITTERE, APPROMISI, APPROMISSUS] : V promise in addition (to another), promise also;

[APPRONO, APPRONARE, APPRONAVI, APPRONATUS] : V lean forwards;

[APPROPERO, APPROPERARE, APPROPERAVI, APPROPERATUS] : V hasten, hurry, come hastily, make haste; accelerate, speed up;

[APPROPINQUATIO, APPROPINQUATIONIS] : N approach, drawing near;

[APPROPINQUO, APPROPINQUARE, APPROPINQUAVI, APPROPINQUATUS] : V approach (w/dat or ad+acc); come near to, draw near/nigh (space/time); be close;

[APPROPINQUO] : (+ dat.) to near, drawn near, come close, approach.

[APPROPINQUO] : to approach.

[APPROPIO, APPROPIARE, APPROPIAVI, APPROPIATUS] : V approach (w/dat or ad+acc); come near to, draw near/nigh (space/time); be close;

[APPROPRIATIO, APPROPRIATIONIS] : N appropriation, making one's own; (~ ciborum => making flesh/blood of food);

[APPROPRIO, APPROPRIARE, APPROPRIAVI, APPROPRIATUS] : V appropriate, make one's own;

[APPROXIMO, APPROXIMARE, APPROXIMAVI, APPROXIMATUS] : V be/draw/come close/near to, approach;

[APPUGNO, APPUGNARE, APPUGNAVI, APPUGNATUS] : V attack, assault;

[APPULSUS, APPULSUS] : N bringing/driving to (cattle) (/right to); landing; approach; influence, impact;

[APR, UNDECLINED] : ADJ april (month) (mensis understood); abbr. apr.;

[APRA, APRAE] : N wild sow (old feminine of aper - wild boar);

[APRARIUS, APRARIA, APRARIUM] : ADJ for hunting boar, boar-;

[APRICATIO, APRICATIONIS] : N basking, sitting in the sun, sunning oneself;

[APRICITAS, APRICITATIS] : N sunniness, property of having much sunshine; warmth of the sun, sunshine;

[APRICO, APRICARE, APRICAVI, APRICATUS] : V warm in the sun;

[APRICOR, APRICARI, -, APRICATUS SUM] : V bask in the sun, sun oneself;

[APRICULA, APRICULAE] : N unidentified fish;

[APRICULUS, APRICULI] : N unidentified fish;

[APRICUM, APRICI] : N sunny place/region; sunlight, light of day;

[APRICUS, APRICA -UM, APRICIOR -OR -US, APRICISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ sunny, having lots of sunshine; warmed by/exposed to/open to the sun, basking;

[APRILIS, APRILIS, APRILE] : ADJ april (month) (mensis understood); abbr. apr.;

[APRILIS, APRILIS] : N april;

[APRINEUS, APRINEA, APRINEUM] : ADJ of a wild boar, boar-;

[APRINUS, APRINA, APRINUM] : ADJ of a wild boar, boar-;

[APRONIA, APRONIAE] : N black byrony (plant tamus communis);

[APROXIS, APROXIS] : N a plant whose root takes fire at a distance (ignites easily?);

[APRUCO, APRUCONIS] : N plant (commonly called saxifrage - dwarf herbs usually rooting in rocks);

[APRUGINEUS, APRUGINEA, APRUGINEUM] : ADJ of wild boar, boar's;

[APRUGNA, APRUGNAE] : N flesh/meat of the wild boar;

[APRUGNUS, APRUGNA, APRUGNUM] : ADJ of wild boar, boar's;

[APRUNA, APRUNAE] : N flesh/meat of the wild boar;

[APRUNUS, APRUNA, APRUNUM] : ADJ of wild boar, boar's;

[APSCEDO, APSCEDERE, APSCESSI, APSCESSUS] : V withdraw, depart, retire; go/pass off/away; desist; recede (coasts); slough;

[APSCESSIO, APSCESSIONIS] : N removal; loss, separation, going away; diminution;

[APSCESSUS, APSCESSUS] : N going away, departure, withdrawal, absence; remoteness; abscess;

[APSCIDO, APSCIDERE, APSCIDI, APSCISUS] : V hew/cut off/away; separate, divide; take away violently; expel, banish; prune;

[APSCIDO, APSCIDERE, APSCIDI, APSCISUS] : V take away violently; expel/banish; destroy (hope); amputate; prune; cut short;

[APSCINDO, APSCINDERE, APSCIDI, APSCISSUS] : V tear (away/off) (clothing); cut off/away/short; part, break, divide, separate;

[APSCISE] : ADV abruptly, brusquely, curtly; shortly, concisely, distinctly;

[APSCISIO, APSCISIONIS] : N loss of voice; aposiopesis (rhetoric, breaking off emotionally), interruption;

[APSCISSIO, APSCISSIONIS] : N loss of voice; aposiopesis (rhetoric, breaking off emotionally), interruption;

[APSCISUS, APSCISA -UM, APSCISIOR -OR -US, APSCISISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ steep, sheer, precipitous; abrupt, curt, brusque; restricted; cut off, severed;

[APSCONDITE] : ADV abstrusely; profoundly; secretly;

[APSCONDITUM, APSCONDITI] : N hidden/secret/concealed place/thing; secret;

[APSCONDITUS, APSCONDITA, APSCONDITUM] : ADJ hidden, secret, concealed; covert, disguised; abstruse, recondite;

[APSCONDO, APSCONDERE, APSCONDI, APSCONDITUS] : V hide, conceal, secrete, 'shelter'; leave behind; bury, engulf, swallow up; keep;

[APSCONSE] : ADV secretly;

[APSCONSIO, APSCONSIONIS] : N shelter;

[APSCONSUS, APSCONSA, APSCONSUM] : ADJ hidden, secret, concealed, unknown;

[APSEGMEN, APSEGMINIS] : N piece/slice/hunk of meat, collop; morsel, portion, lump, mouthful, gobbet;

[APSENS, (GEN.), APSENTIS] : ADJ absent, missing, away, gone; physically elsewhere (things), non-existent;

[APSENTHIUM, APSENTHII] : N wormwood; infusion/tincture of wormwood;

[APSENTIA, APSENTIAE] : N absence; absence form rome/duty; ; non-appearance in court; lack;

[APSENTIO, APSENTIONIS] : N holding back, restraining;

[APSENTIVUS, APSENTIVA, APSENTIVUM] : ADJ long absent;

[APSENTO, APSENTARE, APSENTAVI, APSENTATUS] : V send away, cause one to be absent; to be absent;

[APSIDA, APSIDAE] : N arc described by a planet; arc, segment of a circle; kind of round vessel/bowl;

[APSIDATA, APSIDATAE] : N alcove, niche;

[APSILIO, APSILIRE,] : V rush/fly away (from); burst/fly apart;

[APSIMILIS, APSIMILIS, APSIMILE] : ADJ unlike, dissimilar;

[APSINTHITES, APSINTHITAE] : N wine flavored with wormwood;

[APSINTHIUM ROMANUM] : Roman vermouth

[APSINTHIUM, APSINTHII] : N wormwood; infusion/tincture of wormwood;

[APSINTHIUM, APSINTHI(I)] : N wormwood; infusion/tincture of wormwood (often mixed with honey to mask taste);

[APSINTHIUM] : wormwood Artemisia absinthium (L.)

[APSINTHIUS, APSINTHIA, APSINTHIUM] : ADJ containing wormwood (e.g., wine); (often mixed with honey to mask taste);

[APSINTHIUS, APSINTHII] : N wormwood; infusion/tincture of wormwood (often mixed with honey to mask taste);

[APSIS, APSIDIS] : N arc described by a planet; arc, segment of a circle; kind of round vessel/bowl;

[APSISTO, APSISTERE, APSISTITI] : V withdraw from; desist, cease; leave off; depart, go away from; stand back;

[APSISTUS, APSISTA, APSISTUM] : ADJ distant, lying away;

[APSIT] : INTERJ "god forbid", "let it be far from the hearts of the faithful";

[APSOCER, APSOCERI] : N great-great grandfather of the husband or wife (in-law);

[APSOLUTE, APSOLUTIUS, APSOLUTISSIME] : ADV completely, absolutely; perfectly; without qualification, simply, unreservedly;

[APSOLUTIO, APSOLUTIONIS] : N finishing, completion; acquittal, release (obligat.); perfection; completeness;

[APSOLUTORIUM, APSOLUTORII] : N means of deliverance from;

[APSOLUTORIUS, APSOLUTORIA, APSOLUTORIUM] : ADJ favoring/securing acquittal; effecting a cure;

[APSOLUTUS, APSOLUTA -UM, APSOLUTIOR -OR -US, APSOLUTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fluent; fully developed, complete, finished; perfect, pure; unconditional;

[APSOLVO, APSOLVERE, APSOLVI, APSOLUTUS] : V free (bonds), release; acquit; vote for/secure acquittal; pay off; sum up;

[APSONE] : ADV harshly, discordantly;

[APSONO, APSONARE, APSONAVI, APSONATUS] : V have a harsh/discordant/unpleasant sound;

[APSONUS, APSONA, APSONUM] : ADJ harsh/discordant/inharmonious; jarring; inconsistent; unsuitable, in bad taste;

[APSORBEO, APSORBERE, APSORBUI, APSORPTUS] : V devour; swallow up; engulf, submerge; engross; absorb, suck in; import; dry up;

[APSORBEO, APSORBERE, APSORPSI, APSORPTUS] : V devour; swallow up; engulf, submerge; engross; absorb, suck in; import; dry up;

[APSORPTIO, APSORPTIONIS] : N drink, beverage;

[APSQUE] : PREP ABL without, apart from, away from; but for; except for; were it not for; (early);

[APSTANTIA, APSTANTIAE] : N distance;

[APSTEMIA, APSTEMIAE] : N distance;

[APSTEMIUS, APSTEMIA, APSTEMIUM] : ADJ abstemious, abstaining from drink; sober, temperate; moderate; fasting; saving;

[APSTERGEO, APSTERGERE, APSTERSI, APSTERSUS] : V wipe off/clean/away, clean away, cleanse, strip off; banish, expel, dispel;

[APSTERGO, APSTERGERE, APSTERSI, APSTERSUS] : V wipe off/clean/away, clean away, cleanse, strip off; banish, expel, dispel;

[APSTERREO, APSTERRERE, APSTERRUI, APSTERRITUS] : V frighten off/away; drive away; deter, discourage; keep away/withhold from, den;

[APSTINAX, (GEN.), APSTINACIS] : ADJ abstemious, staying away from liquor; temperate/sparing in drink/food;

[APSTINENS, APSTINENTIS (GEN.), APSTINENTIOR -OR -US, APSTINENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ abstinent, temperate; showing restraint, self restrained; not covetous; chaste;

[APSTINENTER] : ADV abstinently, with self restraint (esp. financial dealings); scrupulously;

[APSTINENTIA, APSTINENTIAE] : N abstinence; fasting; moderation, self control, restraint; integrity; parsimony;

[APSTINEO, APSTINERE, APSTINUI, APSTENTUS] : V withhold, keep away/clear; abstain, fast; refrain (from); avoid; keep hands of;

[APSTO, APSTARE, APSTETI, APSTATUS] : V stand at a distance, stand off; keep at a distance;

[APSTRACTIO, APSTRACTIONIS] : N separation;

[APSTRAHO, APSTRAHERE, APSTRAXI, APSTRACTUS] : V drag away from, remove forcibly, abort; carry off to execution; split;

[APSTRUDO, APSTRUDERE, APSTRUSI, APSTRUSUS] : V thrust away, conceal, hide; suppress/prevent (emotion) becoming apparent;

[APSTRUSE] : ADV secretly; remotely; abstrusely;

[APSTRUSIO, APSTRUSIONIS] : N removing, concealing;

[APSTRUSUS, APSTRUSA -UM, APSTRUSIOR -OR -US, APSTRUSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ secret, reserved; concealed, hidden; remote, secluded; abstruse, recondite;

[APSTULO, APSTULERE,] : V to take away, withdraw;

[APSUM, APESSE, AFUI, AFUTURUS] : V be away/absent/distant/missing; be free/removed from; be lacking; be distinct;

[APSUMEDO, APSUMEDINIS] : N act of squandering/wasting/using up;

[APSUMO, APSUMERE, APSUMPSI, APSUMPTUS] : V spend, waste, squander, use up; take up (time); consume; exhaust, wear out;

[APSUMPTIO, APSUMPTIONIS] : N act of spending/using up;

[APSURDE] : ADV as to be out of tune, discordantly; preposterously, absurdly, inappropriately;

[APSURDUS, APSURDA, APSURDUM] : ADJ out of tune, discordant; absurd, nonsensical, out of place; awkward, uncouth;

[APSYCTOS, APSYCTI] : N name of a precious stone;

[APTE, APTIUS, APTISSIME] : ADV closely, snugly, so to fit tightly/exactly; neatly, aptly; suitably; fittingly;

[APTHA, APTHAE] : N parasitic stomatitis, thrush, aphthous ulcers (fungal disease);

[APTITUDO, APTITUDINIS] : N aptitude;

[APTO, APTARE, APTAVI, APTATUS] : V adapt, fit, apply, adjust, accommodate; put on, fasten; prepare, furnish;

[APTO] : to fit, approve.

[APTO] : to fit, approve, be suitable, proper, fit.

[APTOTUM, APTOTI] : N substantives (pl.) that are not declined, aptotes;

[APTRUM, APTRI] : N vine leaves (pl.)?;

[APTUS, APTA -UM, APTIOR -OR -US, APTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ suitable, adapted; ready; apt, proper; tied, attached to; dependent on (w/ex);

[APTUS] : fitted, connected, fastened / prepared, fitted out.

[APTUS] : fitted, connected, fastened/ prepared, fitted out.

[APTUS] : suitable, appropriate, fitting.

[APUA, APUAE] : N small/young fish; "whitebait";

[APUD] : (prep. + acc.) among, in the presence of, at, at the house of.

[APUD] : PREP at, by, near, among; at the house of; before, in the presence/writings/view of;

[APULSUS, APULSI] : N one drawn/pushed/driven aside/away (from);

[APUS, APODIS] : N bird (the swift?); kind of swallow (said to have no feet), black martin (l+s);

[APUT] : PREP at, by, near, among; at the house of; before, in presence/writings/view/eyes of;

[APYRENUM, APYRENI] : N pomegranate (kind with soft kernels);

[APYRENUS, APYRENA, APYRENUM] : ADJ lacking a hard kernel (of fruit); with soft kernel/seeds;

[APYRETUS, APYRETA, APYRETUM] : ADJ without fever;

[APYRINUM, APYRINI] : N pomegranate (kind with soft kernels);

[APYRINUS, APYRINA, APYRINUM] : ADJ lacking a hard kernel (of fruit); with soft kernel/seeds;

[APYRON] : ADJ that has not been treated with fire; unsmelted (gold); native (sulfur);

[APYROS, APYROS] : ADJ that has not been treated with fire; unsmelted (gold); native (sulfur);

[AQUA, AQUAE] : N water; sea, lake; river, stream; rain, rainfall (pl.), rainwater; spa; urine;

[AQUA] : water.

[AQUAEDUCTUS, AQUAEDUCTUS] : N aqueduct;

[AQUAELICIUM, AQUAELICI(I)] : N rain-making; means/sacrifice to produce rain;

[AQUAGIUM, AQUAGI(I)] : N channel, artificial watercourse; aquaduct, conveyer of water;

[AQUALICULUS, AQUALICULI] : N paunch, pot-belly; small pot/vessel for water (l+s);

[AQUALIS, AQUALIS, AQUALE] : ADJ watery, rainy; for water (of vessels);

[AQUALIS, AQUALIS] : N water/wash basin; ewer;

[AQUARIOLUS, AQUARIOLI] : N servant who supplied washing water for prostitutes;

[AQUARIUM, AQUARI(I)] : N watering place. water hole (for cattle); source of water;

[AQUARIUS, AQUARI(I)] : N water-bearer; (constellation); overseer/workman at the public water supply;

[AQUARIUS, AQUARIA, AQUARIUM] : ADJ of/for water; requiring water (tools/instruments); (res ~ => water supply);

[AQUATE, AQUATIUS, AQUATISSIME] : ADV with water, by use of water;

[AQUATICUM, AQUATICI] : N well-watered/marshy places/ground;

[AQUATICUS, AQUATICA, AQUATICUM] : ADJ aquatic, of/belonging to the water, growing/living in/by water; rainy; watery;

[AQUATILE, AQUATILIS] : N aquatic animals/plants (pl.); disease of cattle, watery vesicles (l+s);

[AQUATILIS, AQUATILIS, AQUATILE] : ADJ of/resembling water, watery; aquatic (animals/plants);

[AQUATIO, AQUATIONIS] : N fetching/drawing water; place from which water is drawn, watering place; rains;

[AQUATOR, AQUATORIS] : N water-carrier/bearer, one who fetches water;

[AQUATUM, AQUATI] : N aqueous solution, mixture with water;

[AQUATUS, AQUATA -UM, AQUATIOR -OR -US, AQUATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ diluted/mixed with water, watered down. watery; having a watery constitution;

[AQUICELUS, AQUICELI] : N pine kernels boiled in honey;

[AQUIDUCUS, AQUIDUCA, AQUIDUCUM] : ADJ drawing of water;

[AQUIFOLIA, AQUIFOLIAE] : N tree with prickly/pointy leaves; holly;

[AQUIFOLIUM, AQUIFOLII] : N tree with prickly/pointy leaves; holly;

[AQUIFOLIUS, AQUIFOLIA, AQUIFOLIUM] : ADJ having prickly/pointy leaves; made of holly-wood;

[AQUIFUGA, AQUIFUGAE] : N one fearful of water;

[AQUIGENUS, AQUIGENA, AQUIGENUM] : ADJ born in the water;

[AQUILA NON CAPTAT MUSCAS. ] : PHRASE the eagle doesn't capture flies.

[AQUILA, AQUILAE] : N eagle; gable/pediment; kind of fish (eagle-ray?);

[AQUILA, AQUILAE] : N silver eagle on pole, standard of a legion; legion; post of standard-bearer;

[AQUILA] : eagle.

[AQUILEGUS, AQUILEGA, AQUILEGUM] : ADJ water-drawing;

[AQUILENTUS, AQUILENTA, AQUILENTUM] : ADJ watery, full of water; wet, humid;

[AQUILEX, AQUILEGIS] : N water-diviner, man used to find sources of water; conduit/water master/inspector

[AQUILICIUM, AQUILICI(I)] : N rain-making; means/sacrifice to produce rain;

[AQUILIFER, AQUILIFERI] : N standard bearer of a legion, officer who carried the eagle standard;

[AQUILIFERA, AQUILIFERAE] : N standard bearer of a legion, officer who carried the eagle standard;

[AQUILINUS, AQUILINA, AQUILINUM] : ADJ eagle's, like that of an eagle;

[AQUILIUS, AQUILI] : N aquilius; (roman gens name);of/named after aquilius;

[AQUILIUS, AQUILIA, AQUILIUM] : ADJ aquilius; (roman gens); of/named after aquilius;

[AQUILO, AQUILONIS] : N north wind; nne/ne wind (for rome); north; boreas (personified);

[AQUILO] : north wind.

[AQUILO] : the north wind.

[AQUILONALIS, AQUILONALIS, AQUILONALE] : ADJ northerly, northern;

[AQUILONARIS, AQUILONARIS, AQUILONARE] : ADJ northerly, northern;

[AQUILONIUM, AQUILONII] : N northerly regions (pl.); the north; regions facing/exposed to the north;

[AQUILONIUS, AQUILONIA, AQUILONIUM] : ADJ northern, northerly; facing north; subject to north winds; of boreas;

[AQUILUS, AQUILA, AQUILUM] : ADJ dark colored/hued, swarthy;

[AQUILUS] : dark colored, swarthy.

[AQUIMINALE, AQUIMINALIS] : N wash-basin/bowl, vessel for washing the hands;

[AQUIMINALIS, AQUIMINALIS, AQUIMINALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to water for washing the hands;

[AQUIMINARIUM, AQUIMINARII] : N wash-basin/bowl, vessel for washing the hands;

[AQUISGRANUM, AQUISGRANI] : N aachen;

[AQUITANIA, AQUITANIAE] : N aquitania, one of the divisions of gaul/france (southwest);

[AQUITANUS, AQUITANA, AQUITANUM] : ADJ of aquitania (southwest gaul/france);

[AQUIVERGIUM, AQUIVERGII] : N place in which water is collected, catchment, basin; cistern;

[AQUOLA, AQUOLAE] : N small amount of water; small stream;

[AQUOR, AQUARI, -, AQUATUS SUM] : V get/fetch/bring water; be watered;

[AQUOSUS, AQUOSA -UM, AQUOSIOR -OR -US, AQUOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ abounding in water, well watered, wet; humid, rainy; clear as water, watery;

[AQUULA, AQUULAE] : N small amount of water; small stream;

[ARA, ARAE] : N altar, structure for sacrifice, pyre; sanctuary; home; refuge, shelter;

[ARA] : altar / refuge, protection.

[ARA] : altar/ refuge, protection.

[ARABARCHES, ARABARCHAE] : N an egyptian tax/customs collector; contemptuously of pompey for raising taxes;

[ARABARCHIA, ARABARCHIAE] : N kind of egyptian customs duty/tax;

[ARABICA, ARABICAE] : N some precious stone;

[ARABICE] : ADV in arabic fashion;

[ARABILIS, ARABILIS, ARABILE] : ADJ that can be plowed, fit for tillage, arable;

[ARACHIDNA, ARACHIDNAE] : N wild leguminous plant, kind of chicking vetch;

[ARACHIDNE, ARACHIDNES] : N kind of leguminous plant, (ground peas, lathyrus amphicarpus?);

[ARACHNOIDES, ARACHNOIDES, ARACHNOIDES] : ADJ (tunica arachoides => retina of the eye);

[ARACIA, ARACIAE] : N kind of white fig tree; island in the persian gulf now called karek;

[ARACOS, ARACI] : N kind of leguminous plant;

[ARACOSTYLON] : ADJ with columns widely spaced (archit.);

[ARACOSTYLOS, ARACOSTYLOS] : ADJ with columns widely spaced (archit.);

[ARALE, ARALIS] : N structure/base/foundation on which an altar could be set up;

[ARANEA, ARANEAE] : N spider's web, cobweb; mass of threads resembling a spider web; spider;

[ARANEA] : spider's web.

[ARANEANS, (GEN.), ARANEANTIS] : ADJ full of/covered with spider webs, cobwebby;

[ARANEOLA, ARANEOLAE] : N (small) spider;

[ARANEOLUS, ARANEOLI] : N (small) spider;

[ARANEOSUS, ARANEOSA, ARANEOSUM] : ADJ full of/covered with spider webs, cobwebby;

[ARANEUM, ARANEI] : N spider web, cobweb; mass of threads resembling a spider web;

[ARANEUS, ARANEA, ARANEUM] : ADJ spider's, of spiders; (mus araneus => shrew-mouse);

[ARANEUS, ARANEI] : N spider; venomous fish, the weever;

[ARAR, ARARIS] : N arar/saone; (river in gaul, tributary of the rhone);

[ARATER, ARATRI] : N plow;

[ARATIO, ARATIONIS] : N plowing; tilled ground; an estate of arable land (esp. one farmed on shares);

[ARATIUNCULA, ARATIUNCULAE] : N small estate of arable land;

[ARATIUS, ARATIA, ARATIUM] : ADJ variety of fig;

[ARATOR, (GEN.), ARATORIS] : ADJ plowing, plow-; (of oxen);

[ARATOR, ARATORIS] : N plowman; farmer (esp. farming on shares); cultivators of public land on tenths;

[ARATOR] : plowman, cultivator.

[ARATORIUS, ARATORIA, ARATORIUM] : ADJ of/for plowing, plow-;

[ARATRO, ARATRARE, ARATRAVI, ARATRATUS] : V plow (in young grain to improve the yield), plow (after sowing);

[ARATRUM, ARATRI] : N plow;

[ARATRUM] : plow

[ARATRUM] : plow.

[ARATUM, ARATI] : N plowed field;

[ARBAVALIUM, ARBAVALI(I)] : N arbarvalia festival;

[ARBILLA, ARBILLAE] : N fat;

[ARBITER, ARBITRI] : N eye-witness, on-looker; umpire, judge, arbiter; overseer, lord; executor;

[ARBITERIUM, ARBITERI(I)] : N arbitration; choice, judgment, decision; sentence; will, mastery, authority;

[ARBITRA, ARBITRAE] : N witness (female); judge, umpire; mistress;

[ARBITRALIS, ARBITRALIS, ARBITRALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to a judge/umpire;

[ARBITRARIO] : ADV thoughtfully;

[ARBITRARIUS, ARBITRARIA, ARBITRARIUM] : ADJ at discretion of an arbiter; done by arbitration; arbitrary; voluntary, optional

[ARBITRATIO, ARBITRATIONIS] : N arbitration; choice; judgment, capacity for decisions; jurisdiction, power;

[ARBITRATOR, ARBITRATORIS] : N master, ruler, lord (pentapylon jovis arbitratoris - place in rome 10th);

[ARBITRATRIX, ARBITRATRICIS] : N ruler (female); mistress;

[ARBITRATUS, ARBITRATUS] : N arbitration; choice; judgment, capacity for decisions; jurisdiction, power;

[ARBITRIUM, ARBITRI(I)] : N arbitration; choice, judgment, decision; sentence; will, mastery, authority;

[ARBITRIUM] : judgment.

[ARBITRIX, ARBITRICIS] : N female arbitrator;

[ARBITRO ARBITROR] : to witness, bear witness / judge, arbitrate.

[ARBITRO, ARBITRARE, ARBITRAVI, ARBITRATUS] : V think, judge; consider; be settled/decided on (pass);

[ARBITRO] : arbitror ; to witness, bear witness/ judge, arbitrate.

[ARBITROR, ARBITRARI, -, ARBITRATUS SUM] : V observe, witness; testify; decide, judge, sentence; believe, think, imagine;

[ARBITUM, ARBITI] : N abrutus (evergreen strawberry) tree/fruit; its leaves/branches (animal feed);

[ARBOR, ARBORIS] : N tree; tree trunk; mast; oar; ship; gallows; spearshaft; beam; squid?;

[ARBOR] : tree.

[ARBORARIUS, ARBORARIA, ARBORARIUM] : ADJ of/concerned with trees, tree-; (falx ~ => pruning hook) (picus ~ => woodpecker)

[ARBORATOR, ARBORATORIS] : N tree pruner;

[ARBORESCO, ARBORESCERE,] : V grow into a tree, become a tree;

[ARBORETUM, ARBORETI] : N plantation of trees, place growing with trees;

[ARBOREUS, ARBOREA, ARBOREUM] : ADJ of a tree(s), tree-; resembling a tree, branching; wooden;

[ARBORIA, ARBORIAE] : N black ivy (as growing on trees);

[ARBORIUS, ARBORIA, ARBORIUM] : ADJ of a tree(s), tree-; resembling a tree, branching; wooden;

[ARBOS, ARBOSIS] : N tree; tree trunk; mast; oar; ship; gallows; spearshaft; beam; squid?;

[ARBUSCULA, ARBUSCULAE] : N small/young tree, sapling, bush, shrub; thing like a small tree; axe bearing;

[ARBUSTIVUS, ARBUSTIVA, ARBUSTIVUM] : ADJ of/with trees/orchards; of vines trained on trees/wines produced from them;

[ARBUSTO, ARBUSTARE, ARBUSTAVI, ARBUSTATUS] : V plant (with trees), forest, reforest;

[ARBUSTULUM, ARBUSTULI] : N small orchard/grove of trees; small shrub;

[ARBUSTUM, ARBUSTI] : N orchard, copse, plantation, grove of trees; shrub; trees/bushes/shrubs (pl.);

[ARBUSTUM] : a vineyard planted with trees.

[ARBUSTUS, ARBUSTA, ARBUSTUM] : ADJ of the arbutus (evergreen strawberry); of arbutus wood;

[ARBUSTUS, ARBUSTA, ARBUSTUM] : ADJ planted/set with trees; tree covered; trained on trees (vines); tree-;

[ARBUSTUS] : planted with trees.

[ARBUTEUS, ARBUTEA, ARBUTEUM] : ADJ of the evergreen strawberry tree (arbutus); of arbustus wood;

[ARBUTUM, ARBUTI] : N abrutus (evergreen strawberry) tree/fruit; its leaves/branches (animal feed);

[ARBUTUS, ARBUTI] : N arbutus, strawberry tree (arbutus unedo);

[ARCA ARCHA] : chest, box, money box, coffin, cell.

[ARCA, ARCAE] : N ark (noah's); ark of the covenant;

[ARCA, ARCAE] : N box, chest; strong-box, coffer; wealth, money; coffin, bier; cell, cage; ark;

[ARCA, ARCAE] : N quadrangular landmark for surveyors;

[ARCANO, ARCANIUS, ARCANISSIME] : ADV secretly, in confidence; in one's inner thoughts, privately;

[ARCANUM, ARCANI] : N secret, mystery; secret/hidden place;

[ARCANUM] : sacred secret.

[ARCANUS, ARCANA, ARCANUM] : ADJ secret, private, hidden; intimate, personal; confidential; mysterious, esoteric;

[ARCANUS, ARCANI] : N confidant, trustworthy friend, keeper of secrets;

[ARCARIUS, ARCARI(I)] : N treasurer; controller of the public monies;

[ARCARIUS, ARCARIA, ARCARIUM] : ADJ of/concerned with ready money, cash;

[ARCATURA, ARCATURAE] : N square landmark for surveyors;

[ARCEBION, ARCEBII] : N plant (commonly called onochiles or amchusa); kind of ox-tongue;

[ARCELACUS, ARCELACA, ARCELACUM] : ADJ variety of vine (arcelacae vites);

[ARCELLA, ARCELLAE] : N square landmark for surveyors;

[ARCELLACUS, ARCELLACA, ARCELLACUM] : ADJ variety of vine (arcelacae vites);

[ARCELLULA, ARCELLULAE] : N little/small box;

[ARCEO, ARCERE, ARCUI] : V ward/keep off/away; keep close, confine; prevent, hinder; protect; separate;

[ARCEO] : to shut up, enclose.

[ARCERA, ARCERAE] : N kind of covered carriage; the seven bright stars in ursa major;

[ARCERACUS, ARCERACA, ARCERACUM] : ADJ variety of vine (arceracae vites);

[ARCERSIO, ARCERSIRE, ARCERSIVI, ARCERSITUS] : V send for, summon; indict/accuse; fetch, import; invite; invoke; bring on oneself

[ARCERSO, ARCERSERE, ARCERSIVI, ARCERSITUS] : V send for, summon; indict/accuse; fetch, import; invite; invoke; bring on oneself

[ARCESSIO, ARCESSIRE, ARCESSIVI, ARCESITUS] : V send for, summon; indict/accuse; fetch, import; invite; invoke; bring on oneself

[ARCESSITIO, ARCESSITIONIS] : N summons, sending for; (dies propriae ~ => day of death);

[ARCESSITOR, ARCESSITORIS] : N one who comes to summon/call/fetch another; accuser;

[ARCESSITUS, ARCESSITUS] : N summons, sending for;

[ARCESSITUS, ARCESSITA, ARCESSITUM] : ADJ brought from elsewhere, foreign; extraneous; self-inflicted (death); sent for;

[ARCESSO, ACCERSO] : to bring, fetch, summon, call for.

[ARCESSO, ARCESSERE, ARCESSIVI, ARCESSITUS] : V send for, summon, indict; fetch, import; invite; invoke; bring on oneself;

[ARCEUTHINUS, ARCEUTHINA, ARCEUTHINUM] : ADJ of the juniper tree;

[ARCHANGELUS, ARCHANGELI] : N archangel;

[ARCHE, ARCHES] : N one of the aeons; one of the four muses;

[ARCHEBION, ARCHEBII] : N plant (echium creticum?);

[ARCHEOTA, ARCHEOTAE] : N keeper of the archives; a recorder;

[ARCHETYPON, ARCHETYPI] : N original, pattern, model;

[ARCHETYPUM, ARCHETYPI] : N original, pattern, model;

[ARCHETYPUS, ARCHETYPA, ARCHETYPUM] : ADJ first made; genuine; original; in the author's hand/autograph; taken from life;

[ARCHEZOSTIS, ARCHEZOSTIS] : N kind of bryony plant (bryonia alba l+s);

[ARCHIACUS, ARCHIACA, ARCHIACUM] : ADJ made by archius (a cabinet maker, maker of plain/cheap couches);

[ARCHIAS, ARCHIAE] : N archius (a cabinet maker, maker of plain couches); greek poet defended by cicero

[ARCHIATER, ARCHIATRI] : N an official/court physician;

[ARCHIATIA, ARCHIATIAE] : N rank of chief physician;

[ARCHIATRUS, ARCHIATRI] : N an official/court physician; chief physician and personal doctor of the emperor;

[ARCHIBUCOLUS, ARCHIBUCOLI] : N chief priest of bacchus;

[ARCHIBUCULUS, ARCHIBUCULI] : N chief priest of bacchus;

[ARCHIDENDROPHORUS, ARCHIDENDROPHORI] : N chief of the college of dendrophori;

[ARCHIDIACONUS, ARCHIDIACONI] : N archdeacon;

[ARCHIDICTUS, ARCHIDICTA, ARCHIDICTUM] : ADJ extremely eloquent;

[ARCHIDICTUS] : extremely eloquent.

[ARCHIELECTUS, ARCHIELECTI] : N archbishop elect (but not confirmed);

[ARCHIEPISCOPALIS, ARCHIEPISCOPALIS, ARCHIEPISCOPALE] : ADJ archepiscopal, archbishopal; pertaining to an archbishop;

[ARCHIEPISCOPATUS, ARCHIEPISCOPATUS] : N archbishopric;

[ARCHIEPISCOPUS, ARCHIEPISCOPI] : N archbishop;

[ARCHIEREUS, ARCHIEREI] : N chief priest;

[ARCHIEROSYNA, ARCHIEROSYNAE] : N office of chief priest;

[ARCHIGALLUS, ARCHIGALLI] : N chief of the galli (priests of cybele);

[ARCHIGERON, ARCHIGERONTIS] : N chief of the old men (title under the emperors);

[ARCHIGUBERNUS, ARCHIGUBERNI] : N chief pilot/navigator/helmsman;

[ARCHIMAGIRUS, ARCHIMAGIRI] : N chief cook;

[ARCHIMANDRITA, ARCHIMANDRITAE] : N chief/principal monk; abbot;

[ARCHIMIMA, ARCHIMIMAE] : N chief mimic actress;

[ARCHIMIMUS, ARCHIMIMI] : N chief mimic actor, chief of a troop of mimics;

[ARCHIPATER] : great ancestor.

[ARCHIPIRATA, ARCHIPIRATAE] : N pirate chief;

[ARCHIPRESBYTER, ARCHIPRESBYTERI] : N arch-priest, chief of the presbytari;

[ARCHIPRESUL, ARCHIPRESULIS] : N archbishop;

[ARCHISACERDOS, ARCHISACERDONTIS] : N chief priest;

[ARCHISYNAGOGUS, ARCHISYNAGOGI] : N head of a synagogue; chief rabbi?;

[ARCHITECTA, ARCHITECTAE] : N architect (female), master-builder; inventor, designer, maker, author, deviser;

[ARCHITECTO, ARCHITECTARE, ARCHITECTAVI, ARCHITECTATUS] : V design (building), practice architecture;

[ARCHITECTON, ARCHITECTONIS] : N architect, master-builder; master in cunning, crafty man;

[ARCHITECTONICE, ARCHITECTONICES] : N architecture, art of building;

[ARCHITECTONICUS, ARCHITECTONICA, ARCHITECTONICUM] : ADJ architectural, relating to architecture;

[ARCHITECTOR, ARCHITECTARI, -, ARCHITECTATUS SUM] : V design/construct (building); design, plan;

[ARCHITECTURA, ARCHITECTURAE] : N architecture, art of building;

[ARCHITECTUS, ARCHITECTI] : N architect, master-builder; inventor, designer, maker, author, deviser;

[ARCHITRICLINUS, ARCHITRICLINI] : N one who presides at table; master of a feast;

[ARCHIUM, ARCHII] : N public records office; archives;

[ARCHIVUM, ARCHIVI] : N public records office; archives;

[ARCHON, ARCHONTIS] : N archon, one of the highest magistrates in athens;

[ARCHONTIUM, ARCHONTI(I)] : N office of archon (high athenian magistrate);

[ARCHOS] : ruler.

[ARCIFINALIS, ARCIFINALIS, ARCIFINALE] : ADJ of conquered land not yet surveyed/assigned but built on (irregular boundaries);

[ARCIFINIUS, ARCIFINIA, ARCIFINIUM] : ADJ of conquered land not yet surveyed/assigned but built on (irregular boundaries);

[ARCION, ARCII] : N plant (burdock?) (persolata/brown mullen l+s);

[ARCIPOTENS, (GEN.), ARCIPOTENTIS] : ADJ mighty with the bow (apollo);

[ARCIRMA, ARCIRMAE] : N kind of covered carriage;

[ARCISELLIUM, ARCISELLI(I)] : N chair with rounded back;

[ARCITECTUS, ARCITECTI] : N architect, master-builder; inventor, designer;

[ARCITENENS, (GEN.), ARCITENENTIS] : ADJ carries/holding a bow (epithet of apollo/artimis), (constellation) the archer;

[ARCITENENS, ARCITENENTIS] : N apollo (who carries a bow), (constellation) sagittarius, the archer;

[ARCO, ARCERE, ARCUI] : V keep away, protect;

[ARCS, ARCIS] : N citadel, stronghold; height; the capitoline hill rome; defense, refuge;

[ARCTE, ARCTIUS, ARCTISSIME] : ADV closely/tightly (bound/filled/holding); briefly, in a confined space, compactly;

[ARCTICOS, ARCTIC] : ADJ initial, that constitutes the beginning (of a syllable, etc.);

[ARCTICUS, ARCTICA, ARCTICUM] : ADJ initial, that constitutes the beginning (of a syllable, etc.);

[ARCTICUS, ARCTICA, ARCTICUM] : ADJ arctic, northern; pertaining to the constellation of the bear/dipper (l+s);

[ARCTION, ARCTII] : N plant (also called arcturus);

[ARCTO, ARCTARE, ARCTAVI, ARCTATUS] : V wedge in, fit/close firmly, tighten; compress, abridge; pack, limit, cramp;

[ARCTOPHYLLUM, ARCTOPHYLLI] : N chervil;

[ARCTOS, ARCTI] : N big/little dipper/bear, region of celestial pole; north lands/people/direction;

[ARCTOUS, ARCTOA, ARCTOUM] : ADJ pertaining to the big/little dipper/bear; northern;

[ARCTOUS, ARCTOA, ARCTOUM] : ADJ northern, arctic, of the far north; occurring in/connected with the far north;

[ARCTURUS, ARCTURI] : N acturus, brightest star in bootes; the whole constellation; arction plant;

[ARCTUS, ARCTA, ARCTUM] : ADJ close, thick, narrow; short; strict; scanty, brief;

[ARCTUS, ARCTI] : N big/little dipper/bear, region of celestial pole; north lands/people/direction;

[ARCUARIUS, ARCUARI(I)] : N maker of bows;

[ARCUARIUS, ARCUARIA, ARCUARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the bow;

[ARCUATILIS, ARCUATILIS, ARCUATILE] : ADJ bow-formed, bow shaped, bowed;

[ARCUATIM] : ADV in the form of a bow/arch;

[ARCUATIO, ARCUATIONIS] : N arch; structure consisting of arches (pl.), arcade;

[ARCUATURA, ARCUATURAE] : N arch; structure consisting of arches (pl.), arcade;

[ARCUATUS, ARCUATA, ARCUATUM] : ADJ arched, bow-shaped; carried on/supported by arches; covered, hooded (carriage);

[ARCUATUS, ARCUATA, ARCUATUM] : ADJ rainbow colored, jaundiced; (morbus ~ => jaundice/rainbow colored disease);

[ARCUATUS, ARCUATI] : N one having jaundice/the rainbow colored disease;

[ARCUBALISTA, ARCUBALISTAE] : N ballista furnished with a bow, spear-throwing war machine with bow mechanism;

[ARCUBALISTUS, ARCUBALISTI] : N operator of an arcuballista - spear-throwing war machine with bow mechanism;

[ARCUBALLISTA, ARCUBALLISTAE] : N ballista furnished with a bow, spear-throwing war machine with bow mechanism;

[ARCUBALLISTUS, ARCUBALLISTI] : N operator of an arcuballista - spear-throwing war machine with bow mechanism;

[ARCULA, ARCULAE] : N small box/casket; small jewel/perfume/money box; wind-box of an organ;

[ARCULARIUS, ARCULARI(I)] : N maker of small chests/boxes/jewel caskets;

[ARCULATUM, ARCULATI] : N sacrificial cakes (pl.) made of flour;

[ARCULUM, ARCULI] : N roll/hoop placed on the head for carrying vessels at public sacrifice;

[ARCUMA, ARCUMAE] : N kind of covered carriage;

[ARCUO, ARCUARE, ARCUAVI, ARCUATUS] : V bend into the shape of a bow/arch;

[ARCUS, ARCUS] : N bow, arc, coil, arch; rainbow; anything arched or curved;

[ARCUS] : bow (BOW and arrows), arch, bend, arc.

[ARDALIO, ARDALIONIS] : N busybody, fusser;

[ARDEA, ARDEAE] : N heron;

[ARDELIO, ARDELIONIS] : N busybody;

[ARDENS, ARDENTIS (GEN.), ARDENTIOR -OR -US, ARDENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ burning, flaming, glowing, fiery; shining, brilliant; eager, ardent, passionate;

[ARDENS] : burning.

[ARDENTER, ARDENTIUS, ARDENTISSIME] : ADV with burning/parching effect; passionately, ardently, eagerly, zealously;

[ARDEO, ARDERE, ARSI, ARSUS] : V be on fire; burn, blaze; flash; glow, sparkle; rage; ; be in a turmoil/love;

[ARDEOLA, ARDEOLAE] : N heron (small?);

[ARDESCO, ARDESCERE, ARSI] : V catch/take fire, kindle; become ignited/inflamed/hot/eager; erupt (volcano);

[ARDIFETUS, ARDIFETA, ARDIFETUM] : ADJ pregnant with fire/flame (a lamp/torch);

[ARDIOLA, ARDIOLAE] : N heron (small?);

[ARDOR, ARDORIS] : N fire, flame, heat; brightness, flash, gleam or color; ardor, love, intensity;

[ARDOR] : ardor, impatience.

[ARDUITAS, ARDUITATIS] : N steepness;

[ARDUS, ARDA -UM, ARDIOR -OR -US, ARDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ dry, arid, parched; water/rain-less; used dry, dried; thirsty; poor; shriveled;

[ARDUUM, ARDUI] : N steep/high place, the heights, elevation; arduous/difficult/hard task;

[ARDUUM] : steep place, the steep.

[ARDUUS, ARDUA -UM, ARDUIOR -OR -US, ARDUISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ steep, high, lofty, towering, tall; erect, rearing; uphill; arduous, difficult;

[ARDUUS] : difficult, proudly elevated.

[ARDUVO, ARDUVERE,] : V add, insert, bring/attach to, say in addition; increase; impart; associate;

[AREA, AREAE] : N open space; park, playground; plot; threshing floor; courtyard; site; bald spot;

[AREALIS, AREALIS, AREALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to (area) open space/threshing floor/courtyard; areal;

[AREFACIO, AREFACERE, AREFECI, AREFACTUS] : V dry up, wither up, break down; make dry, dry;

[ARENA, ARENAE] : N sand, grains of sand; sandy land or desert; seashore; arena, place of contest;

[ARENACEUS, ARENACEA, ARENACEUM] : ADJ sandy;

[ARENARIA, ARENARIAE] : N sand-pit;

[ARENARIUM, ARENARII] : N sand-pit;

[ARENARIUS, ARENARIA, ARENARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to sand; or to the arena/amphitheater; (~ lapis => sandstone);

[ARENARIUS, ARENARII] : N combatant in the arena, gladiator; teacher of mathematics (figures in sand);

[ARENATIO, ARENATIONIS] : N sanding, plastering with sand; plastering, cementing;

[ARENATUM, ARENATI] : N sand mortar;

[ARENATUS, ARENATA, ARENATUM] : ADJ sanded, covered/mixed with sand;

[ARENIFODINA, ARENIFODINAE] : N sand-pit;

[ARENIVAGUS, ARENIVAGA, ARENIVAGUM] : ADJ wandering over sands;

[ARENOSUM, ARENOSI] : N sandy place (as opposed to muddy);

[ARENOSUS, ARENOSA, ARENOSUM] : ADJ sandy, containing sand (ground); full of sand;

[ARENS, (GEN.), ARENTIS] : ADJ dry parched, waterless; dried (herbs); parching (thirst);

[ARENULA, ARENULAE] : N fine sand; a grain of sand;

[AREO, ARERE, ARUI] : V be dry/parched; be thirsty; be withered (plants/animals, from lack of water);

[AREOLA, AREOLAE] : N open courtyard; garden plot, seed bed;

[AREPENNIS, AREPENNIS] : N land measure (gallic) equivalent to half a jugerum (=5/16 acre), arpent;

[ARESCO, ARESCERE, ARUI] : V become dry; dry up; wither (plants); run dry (streams);

[ARETALOGUS, ARETALOGI] : N reciter/teller of fairy-tales/stories of the gods; prattler on virtue; boaster;

[ARFACIO, ARFACERE, ARFECI, ARFACTUS] : V dry up, wither up, break down; make dry, dry;

[ARFERIA, ARFERIAE] : N water which was poured in offering to the dead?;

[ARGEMA, ARGEMATIS] : N small ulcer in the eye;

[ARGEMON, ARGEMI] : N plant (lappa canaria); small white spots (pl.) on the cornea of the eye;

[ARGEMONE, ARGEMONES] : N wind-rose plant (papaver argemone); (inguinalis l+s);

[ARGEMONIA, ARGEMONIAE] : N wind-rose plant (papaver argemone); (inguinalis l+s);

[ARGEMONION, ARGEMONII] : N plant (prob. aster amellus);

[ARGENNON, ARGENNI] : N brilliant white silver;

[ARGENTARIA, ARGENTARIAE] : N bank; banking-house, banking business; silver-mine;

[ARGENTARIUM, ARGENTARI(I)] : N silver-chest; store/box/vault for silver;

[ARGENTARIUS, ARGENTARI(I)] : N banker, financial agent; money changer;

[ARGENTARIUS, ARGENTARIA, ARGENTARIUM] : ADJ pertaining to silver or money, silver-; monetary, financial; banker's, banking-;

[ARGENTATUS, ARGENTATA, ARGENTATUM] : ADJ silvered, adorned with silver; concerned with money;

[ARGENTEOLUS, ARGENTEOLA, ARGENTEOLUM] : ADJ of silver, silver-;

[ARGENTEUS, ARGENTEA, ARGENTEUM] : ADJ silver, silvery, of silver; made/ornamented with silver; of money; with money;

[ARGENTEUS, ARGENTEI] : N a silver coin;

[ARGENTIFODINA, ARGENTIFODINAE] : N silver mine (pl.), silver workings;

[ARGENTIOLUS, ARGENTIOLA, ARGENTIOLUM] : ADJ of silver, silver-;

[ARGENTOFODINA, ARGENTOFODINAE] : N silver mine (pl.), silver workings;

[ARGENTOSUS, ARGENTOSA, ARGENTOSUM] : ADJ containing silver; abounding in silver, full of silver (l+s);

[ARGENTUM, ARGENTI] : N silver; money, cash; silver-plate; (argentum vivum => quicksilver, mercury);

[ARGENTUM] : silver, money.

[ARGESTES, ARGESTAE] : N west-southwest wind (acc. to vitruvius); west-northwest wind (plinius);

[ARGILLA, ARGILLAE] : N white clay, potter's earth/clay; clay;

[ARGILLACEUS, ARGILLACEA, ARGILLACEUM] : ADJ containing clay, argillaceous;

[ARGILLOSUS, ARGILLOSA, ARGILLOSUM] : ADJ full of/abounding in clay, clayey;

[ARGIMONIA, ARGIMONIAE] : N wind-rose plant (papaver argemone);

[ARGITIS, (GEN.), ARGITIDIS] : ADJ kind of white grapes;

[ARGITIS, ARGITIDIS] : N kind of vine with clusters of white grapes;

[ARGUMENTABILIS, ARGUMENTABILIS, ARGUMENTABILE] : ADJ that may be proved;

[ARGUMENTALIS, ARGUMENTALIS, ARGUMENTALE] : ADJ containing proof;

[ARGUMENTALITER] : ADV as a proof; by way of proof;

[ARGUMENTATIO, ARGUMENTATIONIS] : N arguing, presentation of arguments; line of argument, particular proof;

[ARGUMENTATIO] : argumentation.

[ARGUMENTATIVUS, ARGUMENTATIVA, ARGUMENTATIVUM] : ADJ argumentative; worthy of argument/discussion, sets out to prove something;

[ARGUMENTATOR, ARGUMENTATORIS] : N he who brings forward/cites arguments/reasons/proofs, arguer, disputant;

[ARGUMENTATRIX, ARGUMENTATRICIS] : N she who brings forward/cites arguments/reasons/proofs, arguer, disputant;

[ARGUMENTOR, ARGUMENTARI, -, ARGUMENTATUS SUM] : V support/prove by argument, reason, discuss; draw a conclusion; proven (pass);

[ARGUMENTOSUS, ARGUMENTOSA, ARGUMENTOSUM] : ADJ abounding in subject matter/material; rich in proof;

[ARGUMENTOSUS] : proven, rich in material.

[ARGUMENTUM, ARGUMENTI] : N proof; evidence, fact; argument; conclusion; reason, basis; subject/plot (play);

[ARGUMENTUM, ARGUMENTI] : N trick; token (vulgate); riddle; dark speech;

[ARGUMENTUM] : proof, evidence.

[ARGUO, ARGUERE, ARGUI, ARGUTUS] : V prove, argue, allege; disclose; accuse, complain of, charge, blame, convict;

[ARGUO] : to blame, accuse/ prove, expose, convict/ declare.

[ARGUO] : to blame, accuse / prove, expose, convict / declare

[ARGUO] : to show, make clear, attempt to show/ censure, reprove.

[ARGUO] : to show, make clear, attempt to show / censure, reprove

[ARGUTATIO, ARGUTATIONIS] : N creaking, creak; rustling;

[ARGUTATOR, ARGUTATORIS] : N one who uses over-smart arguments, wiseguy; sophist;

[ARGUTATRIX, (GEN.), ARGUTATRICIS] : ADJ garrulous, talkative (feminine adjective);

[ARGUTATRIX, ARGUTATRICIS] : N garrulous/talkative woman;

[ARGUTE, ARGUTIUS, ARGUTISSIME] : ADV shrewdly, cleverly, artfully;

[ARGUTIA, ARGUTIAE] : N clever use of words (pl.), verbal trickery, sophistry; wit, jesting; refinement;

[ARGUTIOLA, ARGUTIOLAE] : N sophistry, verbal quibble;

[ARGUTO, ARGUTARE, ARGUTAVI, ARGUTATUS] : V babble, say childishly/foolishly;

[ARGUTOR, ARGUTARI, -, ARGUTATUS SUM] : V chatter; prattle, babble; stamp (with feet) (l+s);

[ARGUTULUS, ARGUTULA, ARGUTULUM] : ADJ clever/shrewd, acute, (somewhat) subtle; little noisy/talkative/loquacious (l+s)

[ARGUTUS, ARGUTA -UM, ARGUTIOR -OR -US, ARGUTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ melodious, clear (sounds), ringing; eloquent; wise, witty, cunning; talkative;

[ARGUTUS] : acute.

[ARGYRANCHE, ARGYRANCHES] : N inability to speak due to bribery; "the silver quinsy" (l+s);

[ARGYRASPIS, (GEN.), ARGYRASPIDIS] : ADJ having silver shields (corps in army of alexander/successors, silver shields);

[ARGYRASPIS, ARGYRASPIDIS] : N corps (pl.) in army of alexander and successors, silver shields;

[ARGYRITIS, ARGYRITIDIS] : N kind of litharge (lead oxide, pbo, formed when air hits melted lead) (refining);

[ARGYROCORINTHUS, ARGYROCORINTHA, ARGYROCORINTHUM] : ADJ of the silver colored, corinthian bronze;

[ARGYRODAMAS, ARGYRODAMANTIS] : N silver-colored stone (similar to diamond l+s);

[ARGYROS, ARGYRI] : N plant (mercurialis);

[ARHYTHMATUS, ARHYTHMATA, ARHYTHMATUM] : ADJ of unequal measure; inharmonious;

[ARHYTHMUS, ARHYTHMA, ARHYTHMUM] : ADJ of unequal measure; inharmonious;

[ARIA, ARIAE] : N open space; park, playground; plot; threshing floor; courtyard; site; bald spot;

[ARIANIS, ARIANIDIS] : N plant growing wild in ariana (western persia);

[ARICOLOR, ARICOLARI, -, ARICOLATUS SUM] : V speak by divine inspiration or with second sight, prophesy, divine; (facetious?)

[ARIDA IRIS] : dried orris root

[ARIDE] : ADV dryly, austerely, without embellishment;

[ARIDITAS, ARIDITATIS] : N dryness; drought; scanty food; anything (pl.) dry/withered/parched;

[ARIDULUS, ARIDULA, ARIDULUM] : ADJ dry, parched (somewhat);

[ARIDUM, ARIDI] : N dry land; a dry place; dry surface;

[ARIDUS, ARIDA -UM, ARIDIOR -OR -US, ARIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ dry, arid, parched; water/rain-less; used dry, dried; thirsty; poor; shriveled;

[ARIEL, UNDECLINED] : N altar, fire-altar, fire-hearth of god; (ezekiel 43] : 15); name = lion of god;

[ARIERA, ARIERAE] : N banana; fruit of the indian tree;

[ARIES, ARIETIS] : N ram (sheep); battering ram; the ram (zodiac); large unidentified marine animal;

[ARIETARIUS, ARIETARIA, ARIETARIUM] : ADJ of/for a battering ram;

[ARIETATIO, ARIETATIONIS] : N collision; butting like a ram;

[ARIETILLUS, ARIETILLA, ARIETILLUM] : ADJ like a ram, shameless; a variety of chick-pea;

[ARIETINUS, ARIETINA, ARIETINUM] : ADJ of/from a ram, ram's; a variety of chick-pea;

[ARIETO, ARIETARE, ARIETAVI, ARIETATUS] : V butt like a ram, batter/buffet, harass; strike violently; collide; stumble/trip;

[ARIFICUS, ARIFICA, ARIFICUM] : ADJ drying, making dry;

[ARILATOR, ARILATORIS] : N broker, dealer; huckster, haggler, bargainer;

[ARILLATOR, ARILLATORIS] : N broker, dealer; huckster, haggler, bargainer;

[ARINCA, ARINCAE] : N kind of grain (olyra - which resembles spelt l+s);

[ARIOLA, ARIOLAE] : N open courtyard; garden plot, seed bed;

[ARIOLO, ARIOLARE, ARIOLAVI, ARIOLATUS] : V divine; foretell, prophesy; use divination;

[ARIOLUS, ARIOLI] : N diviner; seer;

[ARIOVISTUS, ARIOVISTI] : N ariovistus, king of a german tribe - in caesar's "gallic war";

[ARIS, ARIDIS] : N plant resembling arum; dragon-root, green dragon (l+s);

[ARISTA, ARISTAE] : N awn, beard of an ear of grain; ear of grain; grain crop; harvest;

[ARISTA] : the point of the ear, the beard on an ear of wheat.

[ARISTA] : the point of the ear, the beard on an ear of wheat

[ARISTATUS, ARISTATA, ARISTATUM] : ADJ having an awn or beard (of an ear of grain);

[ARISTE, ARISTES] : N precious stone (encardia/unknown stone with figure of a heart);

[ARISTEREON, ARISTEREONIS] : N variety of vervain;

[ARISTIFER, ARISTIFERA, ARISTIFERUM] : ADJ bearing ears of grain, ear-bearing; epithet of ceres as goddess of grain;

[ARISTIGER, ARISTIGERA, ARISTIGERUM] : ADJ bearing ears of grain, ear-bearing; epithet of ceres as goddess of grain;

[ARISTIS, ARISTIDIS] : N a vegetable; green vegetable; vegetables (usu. pl.), pot-herbs;

[ARISTOLOCHIA, ARISTOLOCHIAE] : N genus of medicinal plant useful in childbirth; aristolchia, birthwort;

[ARISTOLOCIA, ARISTOLOCIAE] : N genus of medicinal plant useful in childbirth; aristolchia, birthwort;

[ARISTOSUS, ARISTOSA, ARISTOSUM] : ADJ covered with beards/awns;

[ARITHMETICA, ARITHMETICAE] : N arithmetic, the science of arithmetic;

[ARITHMETICE, ARITHMETICES] : N arithmetic, the science of arithmetic;

[ARITHMETICUM, ARITHMETICI] : N arithmetic/the science of arithmetic (pl.);

[ARITHMETICUS, ARITHMETICA, ARITHMETICUM] : ADJ arithmetical;

[ARITHMUS, ARITHMI] : N another name for the fourth book of the bible, numbers;

[ARITUDO, ARITUDINIS] : N drought; dryness;

[ARMA] : arms, weapons, armaments.

[ARMA] : arms, weapons.

[ARMALA] : ;

[ARMAMAXA, ARMAMAXAE] : N kind of covered wagon used by the persians;

[ARMAMENTARIUM, ARMAMENTARI(I)] : N arsenal, armory; dockyard; storehouse for military equipment;

[ARMAMENTARIUS, ARMAMENTARIA, ARMAMENTARIUM] : ADJ of/concerned with armaments or military equipment;

[ARMAMENTUM, ARMAMENTI] : N equipment (pl.), rigging/sailing gear (of a ship); implements, utensils;

[ARMARIOLUM, ARMARIOLI] : N little chest/casket, small cabinet; bookcase;

[ARMARIUM, ARMARI(I)] : N cabinet, closet, cupboard; chest, safe; book-case; sepulchral monument;

[ARMARIUM] : cupboard, chest, safe (for food, clothing, money).

[ARMATURA, ARMATURAE] : N equipment, armor (levis ~ pedites => light infantry); troop (of gladiators);

[ARMATUS, ARMATA -UM, ARMATIOR -OR -US, ARMATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ armed, equipped; defensively armed, armor clad; fortified; of the use of arms;

[ARMATUS, ARMATI] : N armed man (usu. pl.), soldier;

[ARMATUS, ARMATUS] : N type of arms/equipment, armor; (gravis armatus => heavy-armed troops);

[ARMENIA, ARMENIAE] : N armenia; (country lying north of persia);

[ARMENIUS, ARMENIA, ARMENIUM] : ADJ armenian; (~ prunum => apricot);

[ARMENTA, ARMENTAE] : N herd (of cattle); a head of cattle, individual bull/horse; cattle/horses (pl.);

[ARMENTALIS, ARMENTALIS, ARMENTALE] : ADJ of cattle, connected with herd/herds; rustic, bucolic;

[ARMENTARIUS, ARMENTARI(I)] : N herdsman, cowboy;

[ARMENTARIUS, ARMENTARIA, ARMENTARIUM] : ADJ that has charge of a herd;

[ARMENTICIUS, ARMENTICIA, ARMENTICIUM] : ADJ consisting of cattle, bovine;

[ARMENTIVUS, ARMENTIVA, ARMENTIVUM] : ADJ kept in herds; pertaining to a herd;

[ARMENTOSUS, ARMENTOSA -UM, ARMENTOSIOR -OR -US, ARMENTOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ abounding in cattle;

[ARMENTUM, ARMENTI] : N herd (of cattle); a head of cattle, individual bull/horse; cattle/horses (pl.);

[ARMENTUM] : herd.

[ARMICLAUSA, ARMICLAUSAE] : N military upper garment;

[ARMICUSTOS, ARMICUSTODIS] : N armorer, keeper of arms;

[ARMIDOCTOR, ARMIDOCTORIS] : N teacher of the use of arms;

[ARMIFER, ARMIFERA, ARMIFERUM] : ADJ bearing arms, armed; warlike, martial, of war/fighting; producing armed men;

[ARMIGER, ARMIGERA, ARMIGERUM] : ADJ bearing arms, armed; warlike, martial, of war/fighting; producing armed men;

[ARMIGER, ARMIGERI] : N armor bearer; squire; (iovis armiger => jupiter's armor-bearer = the eagle);

[ARMIGER] : armed.

[ARMIGER] : arms-bearer

[ARMIGERA, ARMIGERAE] : N armor bearer (f); squire; (iovis armigera => jove's armor-bearer = the eagle);

[ARMILAUSA, ARMILAUSAE] : N military upper garment;

[ARMILLA, ARMILLAE] : N bracelet, armlet, arm-band; metal hoop, ring, washer, socket;

[ARMILLA] : armlets.

[ARMILLATUS, ARMILLATA, ARMILLATUM] : ADJ wearing bracelets; wearing collars (dogs);

[ARMILLUM, ARMILLI] : N wine jar; (ad ~ redire => fall back into bad habits, get up to old tricks);

[ARMILUSTRIUM, ARMILUSTRI(I)] : N ceremony of purifying arms; place on aventine hill where performed;

[ARMIPOTENS, (GEN.), ARMIPOTENTIS] : ADJ powerful/strong in arms/war, valiant, warlike;

[ARMIPOTENTIA, ARMIPOTENTIAE] : N power in arms/war;

[ARMIS] : by force of arms.

[ARMISONUS, ARMISONA, ARMISONUM] : ADJ resounding with the clash of arms, with ringing/rattling armor;

[ARMITA, ARMITAE] : N a virgin sacrificing with the lappet of her toga thrown back over her shoulder;

[ARMO, ARMARE, ARMAVI, ARMATUS] : V equip, fit with armor; arm; strengthen; rouse, stir; incite war; rig (a ship);

[ARMO] : to provide arms, arm, equip, fit out.

[ARMORACEA, ARMORACEAE] : N wild radish;

[ARMORACIA, ARMORACIAE] : N wild radish;

[ARMORACIUM, ARMORACII] : N wild radish;

[ARMUM, ARMI] : N arms (pl.), weapons, armor, shield; close fighting weapons; equipment; force;

[ARMUS, ARMI] : N forequarter (of an animal), shoulder; upper arm; side, flank; shoulder cut meat;

[ARNA, ARNAE] : N a lamb;

[ARNACIS, ARNACIDIS] : N garment for maidens; coat of sheepskin;

[ARNION] : ;

[ARNOGLOSSA, ARNOGLOSSAE] : N plant, sheep's-tongue/plantain (plantago major);

[ARNOGLOSSA] : -ae;

[ARNOGLOSSOS] : -us;

[ARNON] : lamb p.23

[ARNUS, ARNI] : N a lamb;

[ARO, ARARE, ARAVI, ARATUS] : V plow, till, cultivate; produce by plowing, grow; furrow, wrinkle;

[ARO] : to plow.

[AROCLITE] : kind of myrrh; an error for TROGLITAE Visigothic?, p.23

[AROMA, AROMATIS] : N spice, aromatic substance; sweet odors (bee);

[AROMATARIUS, AROMATARII] : N dealer in spices;

[AROMATICUM, AROMATICI] : N aromatic ointment;

[AROMATICUS, AROMATICA, AROMATICUM] : ADJ composed of spice(s); aromatic, fragrant;

[AROMATITES, AROMATITAE] : N spiced/aromatic wine; aromatic stone/amber (smell + color of myrrh) (l+s);

[AROMATITIS, AROMATITIDIS] : N aromatic stone, amber;

[AROMATIZO, AROMATIZARE, AROMATIZAVI, AROMATIZATUS] : V smell of spice;

[ARON, ARI] : N plants of the genus arum;

[AROS, ARI] : N plants of the genus arum;

[ARPAGON] : a kind of plaster Oribasius p.23

[ARPASTON, ARPASTI] : N kind of eye-salve;

[ARPOPRIA] : climbing ivy Dacian, p.23

[ARQUATURA, ARQUATURAE] : N structure consisting of arches (pl.), arcade;

[ARQUATUS, ARQUATA, ARQUATUM] : ADJ rainbow colored, jaundiced; (morbus ~ => jaundice/the rainbow colored disease);

[ARQUATUS, ARQUATA, ARQUATUM] : ADJ arched, bow-shaped; carried on/supported by arches; covered, hooded (carriage);

[ARQUATUS, ARQUATI] : N one having jaundice/the rainbow colored disease;

[ARQUIPOTENS, (GEN.), ARQUIPOTENTIS] : ADJ mighty with the bow (apollo);

[ARQUITENENS, (GEN.), ARQUITENENTIS] : ADJ carries/holding a bow (epithet of apollo/artimis), (constellation) the archer;

[ARQUITENENS, ARQUITENENTIS] : N apollo (who carries a bow), (constellation) sagittarius, the archer;

[ARQUITIS, ARQUITIS] : N bowmen (pl.), archers;

[ARQUUS, ARQUUS] : N bow, arc, coil, arch; rainbow; anything arched or curved;

[ARRA, ARRAE] : N token payment on account, earnest money, deposit, pledge; (also of love);

[ARRABO, ARRABONIS] : N token payment on account, earnest money, deposit, pledge; (also of love);

[ARRADO, ARRADARE, ARRASI, ARRASUS] : V shave close; scrape, pare, trim; fleece;

[ARRALIS, ARRALIS, ARRALE] : ADJ of a pledge/security;

[ARRECTARIUM, ARRECTARI(I)] : N vertical post, upright;

[ARRECTARIUS, ARRECTARIA, ARRECTARIUM] : ADJ erect, in an erect position, perpendicular;

[ARRECTUS, ARRECTA -UM, ARRECTIOR -OR -US, ARRECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ erect, perpendicular, upright, standing; steep, precipitous; excited, eager;

[ARREMIGO, ARREMIGARE, ARREMIGAVI, ARREMIGATUS] : V row up to/towards;

[ARRENICUM, ARRENICI] : N yellow arsenic, orpiment (arsenic trisulphide);

[ARREPO, ARREPERE, ARREPSI, ARREPTUS] : V creep/move stealthily towards, steal up; feel one's way, worm one's way (trust);

[ARREPTICIUS, ARREPTICIA, ARREPTICIUM] : ADJ seized (in mind), inspired; raving, delirious;

[ARREPTIUS, ARREPTIA, ARREPTIUM] : ADJ seized (in mind), inspired; raving, delirious;

[ARRHA, ARRHAE] : N token payment on account, earnest money, deposit, pledge; (also of love);

[ARRHABO, ARRHABONIS] : N token payment on account, earnest money, deposit, pledge; (also of love);

[ARRHALIS, ARRHALIS, ARRHALE] : ADJ of a pledge/security;

[ARRHENICUM, ARRHENICI] : N yellow arsenic, orpiment (arsenic trisulphide);

[ARRHENOGONON] : ADJ of a species of plant (crataegis) that when taken promotes male children;

[ARRHENOGONOS, ARRHENOGONOS] : ADJ of a species of plant (crataegis) that when taken promotes male children;

[ARRHETOS, ARRHETI] : N one of the aeons of valentinus;

[ARRIDEO, ARRIDERE, ARRISI, ARRISUS] : V smile at/upon; please, be pleasing/satisfactory (to); be/seem familiar (to);

[ARRIGO, ARRIGARE, ARRIGAVI, ARRIGATUS] : V water (plants), moisten the soil around;

[ARRIGO, ARRIGERE, ARREXI, ARRECTUS] : V set upright, tilt upwards, stand on end, raise; become sexually excited/aroused;

[ARRIPIO, ARRIPERE, ARRIPUI, ARREPTUS] : V take hold of; seize (hand/tooth/claw), snatch; arrest; assail; pick up, absorb;

[ARRIPIO] : to lay hold of.

[ARRISIO, ARRISIONIS] : N smile of approval; action of smiling (at/on);

[ARRISOR, ARRISORIS] : N one who smiles (at a person), smiler; flatterer, fawner (l+s);

[ARRODO, ARRODERE, ARROSI, ARROSUS] : V gnaw/nibble (away part); erode, eat away(disease/chemicals). wash away (water);

[ARROGANS, (GEN.), ARROGANTIS] : ADJ arrogant, insolent, overbearing; conceited; presumptuous, assuming;

[ARROGANS] : presuming, haughty.

[ARROGANTER, ARROGENTIUS, ARROGENTISSIME] : ADV insolently, arrogantly, haughtily; presumptuously; in a conceited manner;

[ARROGANTIA, ARROGANTIAE] : N insolence, arrogance, conceit, haughtiness; presumption;

[ARROGANTIA] : presumption.

[ARROGATIO, ARROGATIONIS] : N act of adopting a adult as son homo sui juris (vs. in potestate parentis);

[ARROGATOR, ARROGATORIS] : N one who adopts a adult as son by arrogatio (homo sui juris);

[ARROGO, ARROGARE, ARROGAVI, ARROGATUS] : V adopt (an adult) as one's son (esp. at his instance);

[ARROGO, ARROGARE, ARROGAVI, ARROGATUS] : V ask, question; arrogate to one's self, claim, make undue claim; confer (upon);

[ARRORO, ARRORARE, ARRORAVI, ARRORATUS] : V moisten, bedew;

[ARROSOR, ARROSORIS] : N one who nibbles/gnaws at;

[ARROTANS, (GEN.), ARROTANTIS] : ADJ in a winding/circular motion, turning; wavering;

[ARRUGIA, ARRUGIAE] : N kind of galleried mine;

[ARRUO, ARRUERE, ARRUI, ARRUTUS] : V heap up (earth); cover (with earth), bury;

[ARS LONGA, VITA BREVIS. ] : PHRASE art is long, life is short.

[ARS, ARTIS] : N skill/craft/art; trick, wile; science, knowledge; method, way; character (pl.);

[ARS, ARTIS] : skill method, technique, conduct, character.

[ARS] : (artis) skill method, technique, conduct, character.

[ARS] : strategem/ science, art, skill/ craft.

[ARSELLA, ARSELLAE] : N plant (also called argemonia);

[ARSEN, ARSENOS/IS] : N male (plant);

[ARSENICON, ARSENICI] : N yellow arsenic, orpiment (arsenic trisulphide);

[ARSENICUM, ARSENICI] : N yellow arsenic, orpiment (arsenic trisulphide);

[ARSENOGONON, ARSENOGONI] : N plant (of the genus mercurialis?);

[ARSINEUM, ARSINEI] : N kind of head-dress; (woman's l+s);

[ARSIS, ARSIS] : N metrical term indicating the raising of voice on an emphatic syllable;

[ARTABA, ARTABAE] : N egyptian dry measure (= 3.5 roman modii);

[ARTABA] : -ae an Egyptian measure of varying capacity Greek(?), p.23

[ARTAENA, ARTAENAE] : N ladle; vessel for taking up liquids (l+s);

[ARTATUS, ARTATA, ARTATUM] : ADJ contracted into a small space; narrow, close; short (time);

[ARTE ET MARTE. ] : PHRASE with peaceful effort and warlike feats.

[ARTE, ARTIUS, ARTISSIME] : ADV closely/tightly (bound/filled/holding); briefly, in a confined space, compactly;

[ARTEMISIA, ARTEMISIAE] : N species of artemisia, wormwood, mugwort; similar plants, ambrosia, botrys;

[ARTEMON, ARTEMONIS] : N main block of a tackle; jib/foresail; top-sail (l+s);

[ARTEMONION] : a herb used as an eye salve Dioscorides p.23

[ARTERIA, ARTERIAE] : N windpipe, trachea, breathing tubes/passages; artery; ureter/other ducts;

[ARTERIACE, ARTERIACES] : N medicine for the air passages/windpipe;

[ARTERIACE] : ADJ of/affecting the air passages/windpipe;

[ARTERIACUS, ARTERIACA, ARTERIACUM] : ADJ of/affecting the air passages/windpipe;

[ARTERIOTOMIA, ARTERIOTOMIAE] : N opening/incision in an artery/windpipe;

[ARTERIUM, ARTERI(I)] : N windpipe, trachea, breathing tubes/passages; artery; ureter/other ducts;

[ARTHRITICUS, ARTHRITICA, ARTHRITICUM] : ADJ gouty; arthritic; affected with rheumatism;

[ARTHRITIS, ARTHRITIDIS] : N lameness in the joints; arthritis; gout;

[ARTICLUS, ARTICLI] : N joint; portion of limb/finger between joints; part; (critical) moment; crisis;

[ARTICULAMENTUM, ARTICULAMENTI] : N joint of the body;

[ARTICULARIS, ARTICULARIS, ARTICULARE] : ADJ of/affecting the joints; arthritis, rheumatism;

[ARTICULARIUS, ARTICULARIA, ARTICULARIUM] : ADJ of/affecting the joints; arthritis, rheumatism;

[ARTICULATE] : ADV distinctly;

[ARTICULATIM] : ADV limb-by-limb, limb-from-limb; syllable-by-syllable; point-by-point, in detail;

[ARTICULATIO, ARTICULATIONIS] : N jointed structure, division into joints; disease of the joints of vines;

[ARTICULATUS, ARTICULATA, ARTICULATUM] : ADJ distinct; (furnished with joints);

[ARTICULO, ARTICULARE, ARTICULAVI, ARTICULATUS] : V divide into distinct parts, articulate;

[ARTICULOSUS, ARTICULOSA, ARTICULOSUM] : ADJ full of joints, jointed; subdivided;

[ARTICULUS, ARTICULI] : N joint; portion of limb/finger between joints; part; (critical) moment; crisis;

[ARTICULUS, ARTICULI] : N point of time; (vulgate);

[ARTICULUS] : (of time) a moment, crisis.

[ARTIFEX, (GEN.), ARTIFICIS] : ADJ skilled, artistic; expert, practiced; cunning, artful; creative, productive;

[ARTIFEX, ARTIFICIS] : N artist, actor; craftsman; master of an art; author, maker; mastermind, schemer;

[ARTIFEX] : author, artist, artisan, maker.

[ARTIFICIALE, ARTIFICIALIS] : N technicalities (pl.); things conformable to the rules of the art;

[ARTIFICIALIS, ARTIFICIALIS, ARTIFICIALE] : ADJ furnished/contrived by art; devised by speaker (based on deduction);

[ARTIFICIALITER] : ADV with trained skill, scientifically;

[ARTIFICIALITER] : artfully.

[ARTIFICIOSE, ARTIFICIOSIUS, ARTIFICIOSISSIME] : ADV skillfully; artistically; systematically, technically, by rules; artificially;

[ARTIFICIOSE] : skillfuly.

[ARTIFICIOSUS, ARTIFICIOSA -UM, ARTIFICIOSIOR -OR -US, ARTIFICIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ skillfully; technical, by the rules, prescribed by art; artificial, unnatural;

[ARTIFICIOSUS] : skillful, accomplished, skillfuly made.

[ARTIFICIUM, ARTIFICI(I)] : N art, craft, trade; skill, talent, craftsmanship; work of art; method; trick;

[ARTIO, ARTIRE, ARTIVI] : V insert tightly, wedge; be a tight fit, crowd;

[ARTIUS, ARTIA, ARTIUM] : ADJ sound in mind and body; complete, perfect; skilled in arts; artful, cunning;

[ARTO, ARTARE, ARTAVI, ARTATUS] : V wedge in, fit/close firmly, tighten; compress, abridge; pack, limit, cramp;

[ARTO] : to press together, reduce, abrdiged.

[ARTOCOPUS, ARTOCOPI] : N baker;

[ARTOCREAS, ARTOCRATOS/IS] : N bread and meat distributed free; meat pie (l+s);

[ARTOCRIAS, ARTOCRIOS/IS] : N bread and meat distributed free;

[ARTOLAGANUS, ARTOLAGANI] : N kind of fatty cake; (made of meal, wine, milk, oil, lard, pepper l+s);

[ARTOMELI] : plaster or poultice of bread and honey p.23

[ARTOPHACION] : a bread & lentil plaster Soran p.23

[ARTOPTA, ARTOPTAE] : N bread pan;

[ARTOPTA, ARTOPTAE] : N baker;

[ARTOPTICIUS, ARTOPTICIA, ARTOPTICIUM] : ADJ baked in a pan/tin (bread);

[ARTRO, ARTRARE, ARTRAVI, ARTRATUS] : V plow (in young grain to improve the yield), plow (after sowing);

[ARTRO, ARTRARE, ARTRAVI, ARTRATUS] : V plow in young grain to improve the yield;

[ARTUATIM] : ADV limb-by-limb; limb-from-limb;

[ARTUATUS, ARTUATA, ARTUATUM] : ADJ torn in/to pieces;

[ARTUFEX, ARTUFICIS] : N artist, actor; craftsman; master of an art; author, maker; mastermind, schemer;

[ARTUM, ARTI] : N narrow/limited space/limits/scope/sphere; dangerous situation, short supply;

[ARTUS, ARTA -UM, ARTIOR -OR -US, ARTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ close, firm, tight; thrifty; dense, narrow; strict; scarce, critical; brief;

[ARTUS, ARTUS] : N arm/leg/limb, joint, part of the body; frame (pl.), body; sexual members/organs;

[ARTUS] : limbs.

[ARTUTUS, ARTUTA, ARTUTUM] : ADJ hefty, large-limbed (?);

[ARULA, ARULAE] : N small altar; base of an altar; turf laid like an altar round base of a tree;

[ARUM, ARI] : N plants of the genus arum;

[ARUNCUS, ARUNCI] : N goat's beard;

[ARUNDINEUS, ARUNDINEA, ARUNDINEUM] : ADJ of reeds; reedy; made of a reed; consisting of reeds;

[ARUNDO, ARUNDINIS] : N reed; fishing rod; arrowshaft; arrow; pen; shepherd's pipe;

[ARURA, ARURAE] : N field, grain-field;

[ARUSPEX, ARUSPICIS] : N soothsayer, diviner, inspector of entrails of victims; prophet;

[ARUTAENA, ARUTAENAE] : N ladle; vessel for taking up liquids (l+s);

[ARVA, ARVAE] : N arable land, plowed field; soil, region; countryside; dry land; lowlands, plain;

[ARVALIS, ARVALIS, ARVALE] : ADJ of cultivated land; (frater ~ => priest who made offering to lares for harvest);

[ARVEHO, ARVEHERE, ARVEXI, ARVECTUS] : V carry, bring, convey (to); (advehor, arrive by travel, ride to;

[ARVERNUS, ARVERNI] : N arverni (pl.), a people of se gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[ARVIGA, ARVIGAE] : N ram for offering/sacrifice;

[ARVINA, ARVINAE] : N fat, lard, suet, grease; (esp. of victim of a sacrifice l+s);

[ARVINA, ARVINAE] : N little/small fat/suet; (on kidneys of victim of a sacrifice);

[ARVIX, ARVIGIS] : N ram for offering/sacrifice;

[ARVUM, ARVI] : N arable land/field, soil, region; country; dry land; stretch of plain;

[ARVUS, ARVA, ARVUM] : ADJ arable (land); cultivated, plowed;

[ARX, ARCES] : town.

[ARX, ARCIS] : N citadel, stronghold, city; height, hilltop; capitoline hill; defense, refuge;

[ARX] : arcis ; citadel, stronghold, fortress, keep, donjon.

[ARYTAENA, ARYTAENAE] : N ladle; vessel for taking up liquids (l+s);

[AS, ASSIS] : N penny, copper coin; a pound; one, whole, unit; circular flap/valve; round slice;

[ASA, ASAE] : N altar, structure for sacrifice, pyre; sanctuary; home; refuge, shelter;

[ASAER] : plantain Egyptian, p.23

[ASAROTON] : ADJ unswept; paved in mosaic to imitate refuse from the table (of a room);

[ASAROTOS, ASAROTOS] : ADJ unswept; paved in mosaic to imitate refuse from the table (of a room);

[ASAROTUM, ASAROTI] : N floor laid/paved in mosaic; (imitating refuse from the table old);

[ASAROTUS, ASAROTA, ASAROTUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to mosaic;

[ASARUM, ASARI] : N asarabacca or hazelwort (asarum europeaum); wild-spikenard (l+s);

[ASBESTINON, ASBESTINI] : N a noncombustible material/cloth; (asbestos?);

[ASBESTOS, ASBESTI] : N a mineral or gem; iron-gray stoner from arcadia (not common asbestos) (l+s);

[ASCALABOTES, ASCALABOTAE] : N lizard (stellio in pure latin) (lacerta gecko);

[ASCALIA, ASCALIAE] : N edible base of the artichoke;

[ASCALPO, ASCALPERE,] : V scratch; scratch at;

[ASCAULES, ASCAULIS] : N bagpiper (utricularius in pure latin l+s);

[ASCEA, ASCEAE] : N carpenter's axe; mason's trowel (sub ~ => under the trowel = in construction;

[ASCELLA, ASCELLAE] : N wing/penion; armpit; upper arm/foreleg/fin;

[ASCENDES, (GEN.), ASCENDENTIS] : ADJ of/for climbing (machine); enabling one to climb;

[ASCENDIBILIS, ASCENDIBILIS, ASCENDIBILE] : ADJ climbable, that can be climbed;

[ASCENDO, ASCENDERE, ASCENDI, ASCENSUS] : V climb; go/climb up; mount, scale; mount up, embark; rise, ascend, move upward;

[ASCENDO] : to climb.

[ASCENSIO, ASCENSIONIS] : N ascent; progress, advancement; rising series/flight of stairs; soaring;

[ASCENSOR, ASCENSORIS] : N one who ascends/rises; one who mounts a horse/chariot, rider, charioteer;

[ASCENSUS, ASCENSUS] : N ascent; act of scaling (walls); approach; a stage/step in advancement; height;

[ASCETERIUM, ASCETERII] : N place for the abode of ascetics (pl.); hermitage;

[ASCETRIA, ASCETRIAE] : N women (pl.) who have taken vows; ascetics (female);

[ASCIA, ASCIAE] : N carpenter's axe; mason's trowel (sub ~ => under the trowel = in construction);

[ASCIA] : carpenter's axe, mason's trowel.

[ASCIO, ASCIARE,] : V chop/slice with a trowel;

[ASCIO, ASCIRE,] : V take to/up; associate, admit; adopt as one's own; take upon (general's) staff;

[ASCIO] : to take up, adopt as one's own.

[ASCISCO, ASCISCERE, ASCIVI, ASCITUS] : V adopt, assume; receive, admit, approve of, associate; take over, claim;

[ASCISCO] : to receive, admit/ adopt / take up, approve.

[ASCITES, ASCITAE] : N kind of dropsy;

[ASCITUS, ASCITA, ASCITUM] : ADJ derived, assumed; foreign;

[ASCITUS, ASCITUS] : N acceptance, reception;

[ASCIUS, ASCIA, ASCIUM] : ADJ shadowless; (said of countries near the equator l+s);

[ASCLEPIAS, ASCLEPIADIS] : N swallow-wort? (vincetoxicum officinale);

[ASCLEPION, ASCLEPII] : N medicinal herb (named after aesculapius);

[ASCOPA, ASCOPAE] : N leather bag, wallet;

[ASCOPERA, ASCOPERAE] : N leather bag/sack;

[ASCRIBO, ASCRIBERE, ASCRIPSI, ASCRIPTUS] : V add/state in writing, insert; appoint; enroll, enfranchise; reckon, number;

[ASCRIPTICIUS, ASCRIPTICIA, ASCRIPTICIUM] : ADJ enrolled in addition (as citizen/soldier);

[ASCRIPTIO, ASCRIPTIONIS] : N addendum, addition in writing;

[ASCRIPTIVUS, ASCRIPTIVA, ASCRIPTIVUM] : ADJ enrolled in addition (as a soldier), supernumerary;

[ASCRIPTOR, ASCRIPTORIS] : N seconder, supporter, countersigner, one adding name to document as approving;

[ASCYROIDES, ASCYRODIS] : N variety of st john's wort; (declension uncertain, even in the greek);

[ASCYRON, ASCYRI] : N st john's wort (hypericum perforatum);

[ASELLA, ASELLAE] : N small/little she-ass;

[ASELLULUS, ASELLULI] : N small/little young ass;

[ASELLUS, ASELLI] : N (small/young) ass, donkey; fish of the cod family, hake?; asses/stars in cancer;

[ASIA, ASIAE] : N asia (roman province formed from pergamene); asia minor; the east;

[ASIANUS, ASIANA, ASIANUM] : ADJ asian, of/from/belonging to asia (roman province)/asia minor/the east; florid;

[ASIANUS, ASIANI] : N asian, inhabitant of asia (roman province)/asia minor/the east; easterner;

[ASIATICUS, ASIATICA, ASIATICUM] : ADJ asiatic, of/connected with asia/the east/asia minor; w/asiatic/florid style;

[ASIFOLIUM] : dog's tooth grass p.24

[ASILUS, ASILI] : N gadfly; horse-fly;

[ASINA, ASINAE] : N she-ass;

[ASINALIS, ASINALIS, ASINALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to an ass; such as an ass is capable of; asinine, doltish, stupid;

[ASINARIUS, ASINARI(I)] : N ass-driver, donkey-man/boy; keeper of asses;

[ASINARIUS, ASINARIA, ASINARIUM] : ADJ of/connected to asses; (via asinaria => road se of rome); millstone (ass-driven)

[ASINASTRUS, ASINASTRA, ASINASTRUM] : ADJ variety of fig (feminine adjective);

[ASININUS, ASININA, ASININUM] : ADJ of/produced by/foaled of an ass;

[ASINTROPHON] : bramble p.24

[ASINUS, ASINA, ASINUM] : ADJ of/connected with an ass/donkey, ass's; stupid, asinine;

[ASINUS, ASINI] : N ass, donkey; blockhead, fool, dolt;

[ASINUSCA, ASINUSCAE] : N inferior type of grape;

[ASIO, ASIONIS] : N little horned owl;

[ASOMATUS, ASOMATA, ASOMATUM] : ADJ incorporeal;

[ASOTIA, ASOTIAE] : N dissipation, profligacy. dissolution; sensuality;

[ASOTUS, ASOTA, ASOTUM] : ADJ debauched, dissipated, profligate;

[ASOTUS, ASOTI] : N debaucher, dissolute man;

[ASPALATHOS, ASPALATHI] : N thorny shrub from which fragrant oil was obtained; camel thorn (vulgate);

[ASPALATHUS, ASPALATHI] : N thorny shrub from which fragrant oil was obtained; camel thorn (vulgate);

[ASPALATHUS] : aspalathus, Camel's thorn Alhaji camelorum (Fisch.) J.I. Miller

[ASPALATUS, ASPALATI] : N thorny shrub from which fragrant oil was obtained; camel thorn (vulgate);

[ASPALAX, ASPALACIS] : N herb (unknown);

[ASPALTUS, ASPALTI] : N thorny shrub from which fragrant oil was obtained; camel thorn (vulgate);

[ASPARAGUS, ASPARAGI] : N asparagus; shoot/sprout like asparagus; (~ gallicus => samphire/garden fennel);

[ASPARAGUS] : -i, (masc.) asparagus Asparagus acutifolius Celsus (de medicina), Spencer; Suet., Cassell

[ASPARGO, ASPARGERE, ASPARSI, ASPARSUS] : V sprinkle/strew on, splatter, splash; defile, stain; cast (slur); inflict (harm);

[ASPARGO, ASPARGINIS] : N spray, sprinkling/scattering; moisture in form of drops; water damage; staining;

[ASPECTABILIS, ASPECTABILE, ASPECTABILIOR -OR -US, ASPECTABILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ visible, able to be seen; worthy to be seen, pleasing to look at;

[ASPECTAMEN, ASPECTAMINIS] : N look, sight;

[ASPECTIO, ASPECTIONIS] : N the right of watching for/observing auguries;

[ASPECTO, ASPECTARE, ASPECTAVI, ASPECTATUS] : V look/gaze at/upon; observe, watch; pay heed; face/look towards (place/person);

[ASPECTUS, ASPECTUS] : N appearance, aspect, mien; act of looking; sight, vision; glance, view; horizon;

[ASPECTUS] : countenance.

[ASPELLO, ASPELLERE,] : V drive away; banish;

[ASPENDIOS, ASPENDII] : N kind of vine;

[ASPER, ASPERA -UM, ASPERIOR -OR -US, ASPERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ rude/unrefined; cruel/violent/savage/raging/drastic; stern/severe/bitter; hard;

[ASPER, ASPERA -UM, ASPERIOR -OR -US, ASPERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ rough/uneven/shaggy, coarse, harsh; embossed/encrusted; (mint condition coins);

[ASPER, ASPERA -UM, ASPERIOR -OR -US, ASPERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ sharp/pointed, jagged/irregular, rugged/severe; sour, pungent, grating, keen;

[ASPER, ASPRA -UM, ASPRIOR -OR -US, ASPRISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ rough/uneven, coarse/harsh; sharp/pointed; rude; savage; pungent; keen; bitter;

[ASPER] : rough, harsh, severe.

[ASPERE, ASPERIUS, ASPERRIME] : ADV roughly, harshly, severely, vehemently; with rough materials; coarsely;

[ASPERGO, ASPERGERE, ASPERSI, ASPERSUS] : V sprinkle/strew on, splatter, splash; defile, stain; cast (slur); inflict (harm);

[ASPERGO, ASPERGINIS] : N spray, sprinkling/scattering; moisture in form of drops; water damage; staining;

[ASPERGO] : to sprinkle, cover.

[ASPERITAS, ASPERITATIS] : N roughness; severity; difficulty; harshness; shrillness, sharpness; fierceness;

[ASPERITAS] : roughness, severity/ harshness, fierceness.

[ASPERITER] : ADV by rough materials/harsh sound; coarsely/roughly; harshly/severely; drastically;

[ASPERNALILIS, ASPERNALILIS, ASPERNALILE] : ADJ contemptible, negligible; worthy to be disdained, such as might be disdained;

[ASPERNAMENTUM, ASPERNAMENTI] : N despising, loathing, hatred;

[ASPERNANTER, ASPERNANTIUS, ASPERNANTISSIME] : ADV with contempt, contemptuously;

[ASPERNATIO, ASPERNATIONIS] : N contempt; spurning; rejection of; aversion to;

[ASPERNATIO] : contempt

[ASPERNATIO] : contempt.

[ASPERNATOR, ASPERNATORIS] : N despiser, hater; scorner;

[ASPERNOR, ASPERNARI, -, ASPERNATUS SUM] : V despise, scorn, disdain; spurn, push away, repel, reject; refuse, decline;

[ASPERNOR] : to spurn.

[ASPERO, ASPERARE, ASPERAVI, ASPERATUS] : V roughen; sharpen, point, tip; enrage, make fierce/violent; grate on; aggravate;

[ASPERSIO, ASPERSIONIS] : N sprinkling on/upon; sprinkle;

[ASPERSUS, ASPERSUS] : N sprinkling on/upon; sprinkle;

[ASPERSUS] : instructed.

[ASPERUGO, ASPERUGINIS] : N plant (with prickly leaves); kind of bur;

[ASPERUM, ASPERI] : N uneven/rough/harsh place/land; adversity, difficulties (esp. pl.);

[ASPHALTION, ASPHALTII] : N treacle clover (psoralea bituminosa);

[ASPHARAGUS, ASPHARAGI] : N asparagus; shoot/sprout like asparagus; (~ gallicus => samphire/garden fennel);

[ASPHODELUM, ASPHODELI] : N asphodel (asphodelus ramosus);

[ASPHODELUS, ASPHODELI] : N asphodel (asphodelus ramosus);

[ASPHODELUS] : astragalus Asphodelus ramosus (L.) J.I. Miller

[ASPICIO, ASPICERE, ASPEXI, ASPECTUS] : V look/gaze on/at, see, observe, behold, regard; face; consider, contemplate;

[ASPICIO] : to look at, behold, gaze at, see.

[ASPILATES, ASPILATAE] : N precious stone of arabia;

[ASPIRAMEN, ASPIRAMINIS] : N breathing on, immission; insertion, introduction;

[ASPIRATIO, ASPIRATIONIS] : N exhalation; blowing on; aspiration; sounding an 'h';

[ASPIRATOR, ASPIRATORIS] : N inciter; inspirer;

[ASPIRATOR] : inciter.

[ASPIRO, ASPIRARE, ASPIRAVI, ASPIRATUS] : V breathe/blow (upon); aspirate; instill, infuse; be fragrant; influence; aspire;

[ASPIS, ASPIDIS] : N asp, venomous snake of north africa;

[ASPIS, ASPIDOS/IS] : N asp, venomous snake of north africa;

[ASPISATIS, ASPISATIS] : N unknown precious stone;

[ASPLENON, ASPLENI] : N fern (ceterach officinarum?); miltwort, spleenwort (l+s);

[ASPLENOS, ASPLENI] : N fern (ceterach officinarum?); miltwort, spleenwort (l+s);

[ASPLENUM, ASPLENI] : N fern (ceterach officinarum?); miltwort, spleenwort (l+s);

[ASPORTATIO, ASPORTATIONIS] : N removal, carrying away;

[ASPORTO, ASPORTARE, ASPORTAVI, ASPORTATUS] : V carry/take away, remove;

[ASPORTO] : to carry off, take away.

[ASPRATILIS, ASPRATILIS, ASPRATILE] : ADJ rough (of a stone), with rough scales;

[ASPREDO, ASPREDINIS] : N roughness;

[ASPRETUM, ASPRETI] : N rough/broken/uneven ground;

[ASPRITER] : ADV by rough materials/harsh sound; coarsely/roughly; harshly/severely; drastically;

[ASPRITUDO, ASPRITUDINIS] : N roughness to touch, grittiness; unevenness (ground); (w/ocularum) trachoma;

[ASPUO, ASPUERE, ASPUI, ASPUTUS] : V spit (at/on);

[ASSA, ASSAE] : N dry-nurse, nurse, nanny;

[ASSARIUS, ASSARI(I)] : N an as (penny, copper) as a monetary unit;

[ASSARIUS, ASSARIA, ASSARIUM] : ADJ roasted, browned (?); having the value/weight of an as (?);

[ASSATURA, ASSATURAE] : N roasted meat;

[ASSECLA, ASSECLAE] : N follower; attendant, servant; hanger-on, sycophant, creature;

[ASSECLA] : adsecla ; follower, attendant, sycophant, servant.

[ASSECTATIO, ASSECTATIONIS] : N waiting on, attendance; support (in canvassing); study, research;

[ASSECTATOR, ASSECTATORIS] : N follower, companion, attendant; disciple; researcher, student, one who seeks;

[ASSECTOR, ASSECTARI, -, ASSECTATUS SUM] : V accompany, attend, escort; support, be an adherent, follow; court (fame);

[ASSECUE] : ADV attentively, closely;

[ASSECULA, ASSECULAE] : N follower; attendant, servant; hanger-on, sycophant, creature;

[ASSECUTOR, ASSECUTORIS] : N attendant;

[ASSEDO, ASSEDONIS] : N assessor, counselor, one who sits by to give advice;

[ASSEFOLIUM, ASSEFOLII] : N plant (also called agrostis);

[ASSELLOR, ASSELLARI, -, ASSELLATUS SUM] : V defecate, void;

[ASSENESCO, ASSENESCERE,] : V become old (to any thing);

[ASSENSIO, ASSENSIONIS] : N assent, agreement, belief; approval, approbation, applause;

[ASSENSOR, ASSENSORIS] : N one who agrees or approves;

[ASSENSUS, ASSENSUS] : N assent, agreement, belief; approval, approbation, applause;

[ASSENSUS] : approval.

[ASSENTATIO, ASSENTATIONIS] : N assent, agreement; flattery, toadyism, flattering agreement/compliance;

[ASSENTATIUNCULA, ASSENTATIUNCULAE] : N piece of flattery; petty/trivial flattery; (l+s);

[ASSENTATOR, ASSENTATORIS] : N yes-man, flatterer, toady;

[ASSENTATOR] : flatterer, sycophant, yes-man.

[ASSENTATORIE] : ADV like a flatterer; fawningly, in a flattering manner;

[ASSENTATRIX, ASSENTATRICIS] : N woman who flatters;

[ASSENTIO, ASSENTIRE, ASSENSI, ASSENSUS] : V assent, approve, agree in opinion; admit the truth of (w/dat), agree (with);

[ASSENTIOR, ASSENTIRI, -, ASSENSUS SUM] : V assent to, agree, approve, comply with; admit the truth of (w/prep);

[ASSENTOR, ASSENTARI, -, ASSENTATUS SUM] : V flatter, humor; agree, assent, confirm; agree to everything;

[ASSEQUELA, ASSEQUELAE] : N succession, succeeding;

[ASSEQUOR, ASSEQUI, -, ASSECUTUS SUM] : V follow on, pursue, go after; overtake; gain, achieve; equal, rival; understand;

[ASSER, ASSERIS] : N pole (wooden), post, stake, beam; joist, rafter; pole of a litter;

[ASSER] : a stake, pole.

[ASSERCULUM, ASSERCULI] : N small beam/pole/post;

[ASSERCULUS, ASSERCULI] : N small beam/pole/post;

[ASSERO, ASSERERE, ASSERUI, ASSERTUS] : V lay hands on/grasp; assert/state/allege; free/release; claim; protect/preserve;

[ASSERO, ASSERERE, ASSEVI, ASSITUS] : V plant/set at/near;

[ASSERO] : 3, claim, defend

[ASSERO] : to claim, defend.

[ASSERTIO, ASSERTIONIS] : N assertion; statement;

[ASSERTIO, ASSERTIONIS] : N act of claiming free or slave (for status); defense/vindication (of character);

[ASSERTOR, ASSERTORIS] : N one asserting status of another; restorer of liberty, protector, champion;

[ASSERTORIUS, ASSERTORIA, ASSERTORIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a restoration of freedom;

[ASSERTUM, ASSERTI] : N assertion;

[ASSERVIO, ASSERVIRE, ASSERIVI, ASSERVITUS] : V devote/apply oneself to (w/dat); aid, help, assist;

[ASSERVO, ASSERVARE, ASSERVAVI, ASSERVATUS] : V keep, guard, preserve; watch, observe; keep in custody; save life of, rescue;

[ASSESSIO, ASSESSIONIS] : N a sitting beside one (to console/give advice);

[ASSESSOR, ASSESSORIS] : N assessor, counselor, one who sits by to give advice;

[ASSESSORIUM, ASSESSORI(I)] : N title of a legal textbook (sg/pl.);

[ASSESSORIUS, ASSESSORIA, ASSESSORIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to an assessor;

[ASSESSURA, ASSESSURAE] : N assistance as a legal advisor; office of assessor, assessorship (l+s);

[ASSESSUS, ASSESSUS] : N a sitting beside one (in court);

[ASSESTRIX, ASSESSTRICIS] : N assessor (female), counselor, one who sits by to give advice;

[ASSEVERANTER] : ADV earnestly, emphatically;

[ASSEVERATE] : ADV earnestly, emphatically;

[ASSEVERATIO, ASSEVERATIONIS] : N affirmation, (confident/earnest) assertion; seriousness/earnestness, gravity;

[ASSEVERO, ASSEVERARE, ASSEVERAVI, ASSEVERATUS] : V act earnestly; assert strongly/emphatically, declare; profess; be serious;

[ASSIBILO, ASSIBILARE, ASSIBILAVI, ASSIBILATUS] : V hiss out (breath) upon (w/dat); murmur/whisper to/at (l+s);

[ASSICCESCO, ASSICCESCERE, ASSICCUI] : V dry out/up, become dry;

[ASSICCO, ASSICCARE, ASSICCAVI, ASSICCATUS] : V dry, dry out, dry up, make dry;

[ASSICULUS, ASSICULI] : N small axle; small plank, slat; small beam/pole, pin (l+s);

[ASSIDEO, ASSIDERE, ASSEDI, ASSESSUS] : V sit by/in council/as assessor; watch over; camp near, besiege; resemble (w/dat);

[ASSIDO, ASSIDERE, ASSEDI] : V sit down, take a seat; perch, alight, settle; sit by/near (to) (w/dat);

[ASSIDUE, ASSIDUIUS, ASSIDUISSIME] : ADV continually, constantly, regularly;

[ASSIDUITAS, ASSIDUITATIS] : N attendance, constant presence/attention/practice, care; recurrence, repetition;

[ASSIDUO, ASSIDUARE, ASSIDUAVI, ASSIDUATUS] : V apply constantly; make constant use of (souter); use regularly/incessantly;

[ASSIDUO] : ADV continually, constantly, regularly;

[ASSIDUUS, ASSIDUA -UM, ASSIDUIOR -OR -US, ASSIDUISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ constant, regular; unremitting, incessant; ordinary; landowning, first-class;

[ASSIDUUS, ASSIDUI] : N tribute/tax payer, rich person; first-rate person/writer?;

[ASSIDUUS] : unremitting.

[ASSIFORNUS, ASSIFORNA, ASSIFORNUM] : ADJ touring gladiatorial show;

[ASSIGNATIO, ASSIGNATIONIS] : N distribution/allotment of land; the plot of land granted; allocation (other);

[ASSIGNATOR, ASSIGNATORIS] : N allocator, one who assigns;

[ASSIGNIFICO, ASSIGNIFICARE, ASSIGNIFICAVI, ASSIGNIFICATUS] : V show (w/acc + inf), make evident; mean/denote (words);

[ASSIGNO, ASSIGNARE, ASSIGNAVI, ASSIGNATUS] : V assign, distribute, allot; award, bestow (rank/honors); impute; affix seal;

[ASSILIO, ASSILIRE, ASSILUI, ASSULTUS] : V jump/leap (up/on/towards), rush/dash (at/against), assault; mount (male-female);

[ASSILIO] : to leap upon.

[ASSIMILANTER] : ADV similarly, analogically;

[ASSIMILARES] : 5 adj, similar

[ASSIMILATIO, ASSIMILATIONIS] : N likeness, similarity in form; comparison; deceit, pretense, feigning, pretending

[ASSIMILATUS, ASSIMILATA, ASSIMILATUM] : ADJ similar, like, made similar; imitated, feigned, pretended. dissembled;

[ASSIMILIS, ASSIMILIS, ASSIMILE] : ADJ similar, like; close;y resembling, very like;

[ASSIMILITER] : ADV similarly, in much the same manner/fashion;

[ASSIMILO, ASSIMILARE, ASSIMILAVI, ASSIMILATUS] : V make like; compare; counterfeit, simulate, imitate, pretend, feign, act a part;

[ASSIMULANTER] : ADV similarly, analogically;

[ASSIMULATICIUS, ASSIMULATICIA, ASSIMULATICIUM] : ADJ imitated, counterfeit, not real; nominal, titular;

[ASSIMULATIO, ASSIMULATIONIS] : N likeness, similarity in form; comparison; deceit, pretense, feigning, pretending

[ASSIMULATUS, ASSIMULATA, ASSIMULATUM] : ADJ similar, like, made similar; imitated, feigned, pretended. dissembled;

[ASSIMULITER] : ADV similarly, in much the same manner/fashion;

[ASSIMULO, ASSIMULARE, ASSIMULAVI, ASSIMULATUS] : V make like; compare; counterfeit, simulate, imitate, pretend, feign, act a part;

[ASSIMULO] : simulate, immatate, represent

[ASSIMULO] : simulate, immatate, represent.

[ASSIPONDIUM, ASSIPONDI(I)] : N sum or weight of one as (penny), a pound (as was originally a pound of copper);

[ASSIRATUM, ASSIRATI] : N drink composed of wine and blood;

[ASSIS, ASSIS] : N plank, board;

[ASSIS, ASSIS] : N penny, copper coin; a pound; one, whole; circular flap/valve; round slice;

[ASSISTO, ASSISTERE, ASSTITI, ASSTATUS] : V take a position/stand (near/by), attend; appear before; set/place near;

[ASSISTRIX, ASSISSTRICIS] : N assessor (female), counselor, one who sits by to give advice;

[ASSITUS, ASSITA, ASSITUM] : ADJ planted/set/situated at/near;

[ASSO, ASSARE, ASSAVI, ASSATUS] : V roast, bake, broil; dry;

[ASSOCIO, ASSOCIARE, ASSOCIAVI, ASSOCIATUS] : V join/attach (to), associate (with); unite with; attend upon;

[ASSOCIUS, ASSOCIA, ASSOCIUM] : ADJ associated with;

[ASSOLEO, ASSOLERE,] : V be accustomed or in the habit of; be a customary accompaniment, go with;

[ASSOLET, ASSOLERE, ASSOLIT] : V it is usual/wont; it is the custom/practice; it is the habit;

[ASSOLO, ASSOLARE, ASSOLAVI, ASSOLATUS] : V level to the ground, destroy;

[ASSONO, ASSONARE, ASSONAVI, ASSONATUS] : V respond, reply; sound in accompaniment; sing as an accompaniment;

[ASSUBRIGO, ASSUBRIGERE,] : V stretch up, raise;

[ASSUDESCO, ASSUDESCERE,] : V sweat, break out in a sweat;

[ASSUEFACIO, ASSUEFACERE, ASSUEFECI, ASSUEFACTUS] : V accustom, train, make accustomed/used (to);

[ASSUESCO, ASSUESCERE, ASSUEVI, ASSUETUS] : V accustom, become/grow accustomed to/used to/intimate with; make familiar;

[ASSUESCO] : (-sueui, -suetum) to accustom, to accustom oneself.

[ASSUESCO] : (-sueui, -suetum) to accustom, to accustom oneself

[ASSUETUDO, ASSUETUDINIS] : N custom, habit; repeated practice/experience/association; intimacy, intercourse;

[ASSUETUS, ASSUETA -UM, ASSUETIOR -OR -US, ASSUETISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ accustomed, customary, usual, to which one is accustomed/used;

[ASSUGO, ASSUGERE, ASSUXI, ASSUCTUS] : V suck towards;

[ASSULA, ASSULAE] : N splinter, chip of wood/stone;

[ASSULATIM] : ADV into splinters;

[ASSULOSE] : ADV into splinters, splinter-wise;

[ASSULTIM] : ADV by leaps, by hops; by leaps and bounds;

[ASSULTO, ASSULTARE, ASSULTAVI, ASSULTATUS] : V jump/leap at/towards/upon; dash against; attack, assault, make an attack (on);

[ASSULTUS, ASSULTUS] : N attack, assault, charge; leap/leaping to/at/against;

[ASSUM, ADESSE, AFFUI, AFFUTURUS] : V be near, be present, be in attendance, arrive, appear; aid (w/dat);

[ASSUM, ASSI] : N roast, roast/baked meat; sunning, basking/baking in sun;

[ASSUM, ASSI] : N sudatorium (pl.), sweating-bath, sauna;

[ASSUMENTUM, ASSUMENTI] : N that which is to be sewed upon, that which is to be patched;

[ASSUMO, ASSUMERE, ASSUMPSI, ASSUMPTUS] : V take (to/up/on/from), adopt, use; assume, receive; insert, add to; usurp, claim;

[ASSUMPTIO, ASSUMPTIONIS] : N adoption; acquisition, assumption, claim; minor premise; introduction (point);

[ASSUMPTIVUS, ASSUMPTIVA, ASSUMPTIVUM] : ADJ based on extraneous arguments (rhet., of the treatment of a case);

[ASSUO, ASSUERE, ASSUI, ASSUTUS] : V sew or patch on;

[ASSURGO, ASSURGERE, ASSURREXI, ASSURRECTUS] : V rise/stand up, rise to one's feet/from bed; climb, lift oneself; grow; soar;

[ASSUS, ASSA, ASSUM] : ADJ roasted, baked; dry (from sunbathing); dry (w/o mortar); w/unaccompanied voice;

[ASSUS] : dried, roasted, grilled.

[ASSUSCIPIO, ASSUSCIPERE,] : V undertake (vows);

[ASSUSPIRO, ASSUSPIRARE, ASSUSPIRAVI, ASSUSPIRATUS] : V sigh in response (to) (w/dat);

[AST] : CONJ but, on the other hand/contrary; but yet; at least; in that event; if further;

[ASTA, ASTAE] : N spear, javelin; spear stuck in ground for public auction/centumviral court;

[ASTACUS, ASTACI] : N lobster/crayfish; kind of crab (l+s);

[ASTAPHIS, ASTAPHIDIS] : N stavesacre (delphinium staphisagria);

[ASTAPHIS, ASTAPHIDIS] : N raisin;

[ASTATOR, ASTATORIS] : N aide, helper, assister;

[ASTATUS, ASTATA, ASTATUM] : ADJ armed with a spear/spears;

[ASTATUS, ASTATI] : N spearman; soldier in unit in front of roman battle-formation; its centurion;

[ASTEISMOS, ASTEISMI] : N the more refined style of speaking, urbanity;

[ASTER, ASTERIS] : N plant (aster amellus?); kind of samian clay; star (= astrum), destiny (?);

[ASTERCUM, ASTERCI] : N plant pellitory-of-the-wall; (in pure latin urceolaris l+s);

[ASTERIA, ASTERIAE] : N precious stone, either asteriated (star) sapphire or cymophane (cats-eye)?;

[ASTERIACE, ASTERIACES] : N a simple medicine;

[ASTERIAS, ASTERIAE] : N bird like the heron; kind of heron (l+s);

[ASTERICUM, ASTERICI] : N plant pellitory-of-the-wall; (in pure latin urceolaris l+s);

[ASTERION, ASTERII] : N venomous spider;

[ASTERISCUS, ASTERISCI] : N small star; asterisk (as a typographical mark);

[ASTERITES, ASTERITAE] : N kind of basilisk;

[ASTERNO, ASTERNERE, ASTRAVI, ASTRATUS] : V prostrate oneself, lie prone (on);

[ASTHMA, ASTHMATIS] : N shortness of breath, an attack of asthma;

[ASTHMATICUS, ASTHMATICA, ASTHMATICUM] : ADJ suffering from shortness of breath, asthmatic;

[ASTICUS, ASTICA, ASTICUM] : ADJ of/located in a city, city, urban;

[ASTIPULATIO, ASTIPULATIONIS] : N confirmation, confirmatory statement;

[ASTIPULATOR, ASTIPULATORIS] : N associate in a stipulation; one who supports an opinion, adherent;

[ASTIPULATUS, ASTIPULATUS] : N assent, agreement in a command;

[ASTIPULO, ASTIPULARE, ASTIPULAVI, ASTIPULATUS] : V join in stipulation/covenant; join in demanding; support (in an argument);

[ASTIPULOR, ASTIPULARI, -, ASTIPULATUS SUM] : V join in stipulation/covenant; join in demanding; support (in an argument);

[ASTITUO, ASTITUERE, ASTITUI, ASTITUTUS] : V place near/before; make to stand before;

[ASTO, ASTARE, ASTITI] : V stand at/on/by; assist; stand up/upright/waiting/still, stand on one's feet;

[ASTOLOS, ASTOLI] : N kind of precious stone;

[ASTRAGALUS, ASTRAGALI] : N convex molding (usu. round top/bottom of a column), astragal;

[ASTRALIS, ASTRALIS, ASTRALE] : ADJ relating to the stars; revealed by the stars;

[ASTRANGULO, ASTRANGULARE, ASTRANGULAVI, ASTRANGULATUS] : V strangle;

[ASTRAPAEA, ASTRAPAEAE] : N kind of precious stone;

[ASTRAPIAS, ASTRAPIAE] : N precious stone (black in color with gleams of light crossing the middle);

[ASTRAPOPLECTUS, ASTRAPOPLECTA, ASTRAPOPLECTUM] : ADJ struck by lightening;

[ASTREANS, (GEN.), ASTREANTIS] : ADJ gleaming like a star;

[ASTREPO, ASTREPERE, ASTREPUI] : V make a noise at, shout in support, take up a cry; assail with noise; murmur;

[ASTRICTE, ASTRICTIUS, ASTRICTISSIME] : ADV tightly (bound), firmly; strictly, by strict rules; concisely, tersely, pithily;

[ASTRICTIO, ASTRICTIONIS] : N astringency, an astringent action;

[ASTRICTORIUS, ASTRICTORIA, ASTRICTORIUM] : ADJ astringent, binding, constrictive, styptic; (effect on organic tissue);

[ASTRICTUS, ASTRICTA -UM, ASTRICTIOR -OR -US, ASTRICTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bound (by rules), tied; terse, brief, restrained; constricted, dense, compact;

[ASTRICTUS, ASTRICTA -UM, ASTRICTIOR -OR -US, ASTRICTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ busy/preoccupied (with), intent (on); parsimonious, tight; astringent (taste);

[ASTRICUS, ASTRICA, ASTRICUM] : ADJ starry, of the stars;

[ASTRIDEO, ASTRIDERE,] : V hiss (at);

[ASTRIDO, ASTRIDERE,] : V hiss (at);

[ASTRIFER, ASTRIFERA, ASTRIFERUM] : ADJ starry, star-laden;

[ASTRIFICO, ASTRIFICARE, ASTRIFICAVI, ASTRIFICATUS] : V make/produce stars;

[ASTRIFICUS, ASTRIFICA, ASTRIFICUM] : ADJ star producing/making;

[ASTRIGER, ASTRIGERA, ASTRIGERUM] : ADJ star-bearing; starry;

[ASTRILOQUUS, ASTRILOQUA, ASTRILOQUUM] : ADJ talking of the stars;

[ASTRILUCUS, ASTRILUCA, ASTRILUCUM] : ADJ shining/gleaming like stars;

[ASTRINGO, ASTRINGERE, ASTRINXI, ASTRICTUS] : V tie up/down/back/on/together/tightly; bind, grasp, tighten, fix; form boundary;

[ASTRINGO, ASTRINGERE, ASTRINXI, ASTRICTUS] : V oblige, commit; compress, narrow, restrict; knit (brows); freeze, solidify;

[ASTRION, ASTRII] : N kind of precious stone; (crystalline, found in india, sapphire? l+s);

[ASTRIOTES, ASTRIOTAE] : N 1 7 N kind of precious stone (magical properties);

[ASTROBOLOS, ASTRIBOLI] : N precious stone (onyx?, chalcedon?);

[ASTROLOGIA, ASTROLOGIAE] : N astronomy, astrology, science/study of the heavenly bodies; book on astronomy;

[ASTROLOGUS, ASTROLOGI] : N astronomer, one who studies the heavens/predicts from the stars; astrologer;

[ASTRONOMIA, ASTRONOMIAE] : N astronomy, science of heavenly bodies;

[ASTRONOMICUS, ASTRONOMICA, ASTRONOMICUM] : ADJ astronomical;

[ASTRONOMUS, ASTRONOMI] : N astronomer; astrologer (bee);

[ASTROSUS, ASTROSA, ASTROSUM] : ADJ born under an evil star, ill-starred;

[ASTRUCTIO, ASTRUCTIONIS] : N accumulation of proof, putting together, composition;

[ASTRUCTOR, ASTRUCTORIS] : N one who adduces/brings forward/cites/alleges proof;

[ASTRUM, ASTRI] : N star, heavenly body, planet/sun/moon; the stars, constellation; sky, heaven;

[ASTRUM] : star, constellation.

[ASTRUO, ASTRUERE, ASTRUXI, ASTRUCTUS] : V build on/additional structure; heap/pile (on); add to/on, contribute, provide;

[ASTU, UNDECLINED] : N city (esp. athens), town (as opp. to rest of attica/city-state);

[ASTULA, ASTULAE] : N splinter/chip; shavings; (astula regia => the plant asphodel);

[ASTUPEO, ASTUPERE,] : V be stunned/astounded/astonished/amazed (at); be enthralled (by) (w/dat);

[ASTUR, ASTURIS] : N species of hawk; inhabitant of asturia in hispania tarraconensis;

[ASTURCO, ASTURCONIS] : N nero's favorite horse; a horse from asturia in hispania tarraconensis;

[ASTUS, ASTUS] : N craft, cunning, guile; cunning procedure/method, trick, stratagem;

[ASTUS] : m, cunning.

[ASTUS] : m, cunning

[ASTUTE, ASTUTIUS, ASTUTISSIME] : ADV cunningly, craftily, cleverly, astutely;

[ASTUTIA, ASTUTIAE] : N cunning, cleverness, astuteness; cunning procedure/method, trick, stratagem;

[ASTUTULUS, ASTUTULA, ASTUTULUM] : ADJ cunning (person/action), crafty, clever, astute;

[ASTUTUS, ASTUTA -UM, ASTUTIOR -OR -US, ASTUTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ clever, astute, sly, cunning; expert;

[ASTY, UNDECLINED] : N city (esp. athens), town (as opp. to rest of attica/city-state);

[ASTYTIS, ASTYTIDIS] : N kind of lettuce;

[ASYLA, ASYLAE] : N unidentified plant;

[ASYLUM, ASYLI] : N place of refuge, asylum, sanctuary; place for relaxation/recuperation, retreat;

[ASYMBOLUS, ASYMBOLA, ASYMBOLUM] : ADJ without paying a contribution, contributing nothing to entertainment, scot-free;

[ASYNDETON, ASYNDETI] : N rhetorical omission of connecting particle; (pure latin dissolutio);

[ASYNDETUS, ASYNDETA, ASYNDETUM] : ADJ standing without any connection with/reference to constellations (stars);

[AT (FORM OF AD = IN ADDITION TO)] : but (intro startling transitions)

[AT VINDICTA BONUM VITA IUCUNDIUS IPSA. ] : PHRASE but revenge is sweater than life itself.

[AT] : (conj.) but. (more emphatic and emotional than sed).

[AT] : CONJ but, but on the other hand; on the contrary; while, whereas; but yet; at least;

[ATAMUSSIM] : ADV according to a ruler/level, exactly, accurately;

[ATAT] : INTERJ ah! oh! alas! (expression of sudden enlightenment/surprise/fear/warning);

[ATATAE] : INTERJ ah! oh! alas! (expression of sudden enlightenment/surprise/fear/warning);

[ATATATAE] : INTERJ ah! oh! alas! (expression of sudden enlightenment/surprise/fear/warning);

[ATATE] : INTERJ ah! oh! alas! (expression of sudden enlightenment/surprise/fear/warning);

[ATATTAE] : INTERJ ah! oh! alas! (expression of sudden enlightenment/surprise/fear/warning);

[ATAVIA, ATAVIAE] : N great-great-great grandmother, mother of abavus/abavia; female ancestor;

[ATAVUS, ATAVI] : N great-great-great grandfather, father of abavus/abavia; far ancestor, forefather

[ATAVUS] : great-great-great grandfather, ancestor.

[ATECHNON] : ADJ inartistic;

[ATECHNOS, ATECHNOS] : ADJ inartistic;

[ATEGRO, ATEGRARE, ATEGRAVI, ATEGRATUS] : V pour out wine in sacrifices;

[ATENIM] : CONJ but/yet in spite of what has been said; but/yet nevertheless/all the same;

[ATER ATRA ATRUM] : dark, gloomy.

[ATER, ATRA -UM, ATRIOR -OR -US, ATERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ deadly, terrible, grisly (esp. connected with underworld); poisonous] : spiteful;

[ATER, ATRA -UM, ATRIOR -OR -US, ATERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ black, dark; dark-colored (hair/skin); gloomy/murky; unlucky; sordid/squalid;

[ATER] : atra ; atrum ; dark, gloomy.

[ATER] : spiteful, malicious.

[ATERMUM, ATERMI] : N plant (tough, stubborn pest?);

[ATHENA, ATHENAE] : N athens (pl.); inhabitants of athens, athenians;

[ATHENEUS, ATHENEA, ATHENEUM] : ADJ athenian, of athens; of the inhabitants of athens/athenians;

[ATHENIENSIS, ATHENIENSIS, ATHENIENSE] : ADJ athenian, of athens; of the inhabitants of athens/athenians;

[ATHENIENSIS, ATHENIENSIS] : N athenian, inhabitant of athens;

[ATHEOS, ATHEI] : N atheist, one who does not believe in god; (as nickname);

[ATHERA, ATHERAE] : N variety of gruel used in medicine; prepared from arinca (l+s);

[ATHEROMA, ATHEROMAE] : N tumor occurring on the head containing gruel-like matter;

[ATHEUS, ATHEI] : N atheist, one who does not believe in god; (as nickname);

[ATHLA, ATHLAE] : N labor/task/struggle, pains; athletic contest; the 12 points of celestial circle;

[ATHLETA, ATHLETAE] : N wrestler, boxer, athlete, one who is in public games; expert, old-hand; contest;

[ATHLETICA, ATHLETICAE] : N athletics;

[ATHLETICE] : ADV athletically, like an athlete;

[ATHLETICUS, ATHLETICA, ATHLETICUM] : ADJ of/proper for an athlete; (ars athletica => athletics);

[ATHLON, ATHLI] : N labor/task/struggle, pains; athletic contest; the 12 points of celestial circle;

[ATHLUM, ATHLI] : N labor/task/struggle, pains; athletic contest; the 12 points of celestial circle;

[ATILIA] : a pump.

[ATIZOE, ATIZOES] : N precious stone; (of silver luster l+s);

[ATNATUS, ATNATI] : N male blood relation (father's side); one born after father made his will;

[ATOCIUM, ATOCI(I)] : N a contraceptive;

[ATOMOS, ATOMI] : N atom, ultimate component of matter, particle incapable of being divided;

[ATOMUS, ATOMA, ATOMUM] : ADJ indivisible, atomic, that cannot be cut;

[ATOMUS, ATOMI] : N atom, ultimate component of matter, particle incapable of being divided;

[ATOPTO, ATOPTARE, ATOPTAVI, ATOPTATUS] : V adopt, select, secure, pick out; wish/name for oneself; adopt legally;

[ATQUE] : and as well, even, together with, in everything;

[ATQUE] : CONJ and, as well as, as soon as; together with; and even; and too/also/now; yet;

[ATQUI] : (conj.) and yet, still.

[ATQUI] : CONJ but, yet, notwithstanding, however, rather, well/but now; and yet, still;

[ATQUI] : rather, however, but at any rate, but for all that (transition in arg.)

[ATQUIN] : CONJ but, yet, notwithstanding, however, rather, well/but now; and yet, still;

[ATRACTYLIS, ATRACTYLIDIS] : N plant of the genus carthamus, spindle-thistle (used as antidote to poisons);

[ATRAMENTARIUM, ATRAMENTARII] : N inkstand; inkpot, inkwell;

[ATRAMENTUM, ATRAMENTI] : N writing-ink; blacking, black pigment; (atramentum sepiae => cuttle-fish ink);

[ATRATUS, ATRATA, ATRATUM] : ADJ darkened, blackened, dingy; clothed in black, in/wearing mourning;

[ATRIARIUS, ATRIARII] : N house-servant, house-slave; porter, door-keeper (l+s);

[ATRICAPILLA, ATRICAPILLAE] : N bird of black plumage (black-cap?);

[ATRICAPILLUS, ATRICAPILLA, ATRICAPILLUM] : ADJ black-haired;

[ATRICOLOR, (GEN.), ATRICOLORIS] : ADJ black, dark colored; letters written in (black) ink (l+s);

[ATRIENSIS, ATRIENSIS] : N steward; servant in charge of household administration, major-domo; house-slave;

[ATRIOLUM, ATRIOLI] : N small hall/ante-room;

[ATRIPLEX, ATRIPLICIS] : N kitchen herb, orach;

[ATRIPLEXUM, ATRIPLEXI] : N kitchen herb, orach;

[ATRITAS, ATRITATIS] : N blackness;

[ATRITUS, ATRITA -UM, ATRITIOR -OR -US, ATRITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ blackened;

[ATRIUM, ATRI(I)] : N atrium, reception hall in a roman house; auction room; palace (pl.), house;

[ATROCITAS, ATROCITATIS] : N fury; barbarity, cruelty; wickedness; severity, harshness; horror, dreadfulness;

[ATROCITAS] : hashness, cruelty, frightfulness, barbarity, horror.

[ATROCITER, ATROCIUS, ATROCISSIME] : ADV violently; bitterly, acrimoniously; cruelly, savagely; severely, harshly;

[ATROCITER] : cruelly, violently.

[ATROPHIA, ATROPHIAE] : N atrophy; wasting consumption; (pure latin tabes);

[ATROPHUS, ATROPHA, ATROPHUM] : ADJ affected by lack of nutrition; state of atrophy; consumptive;

[ATROTUS, ATROTA, ATROTUM] : ADJ invulnerable;

[ATROX, ATROCIS (GEN.), ATROCIOR -OR -US, ATROCISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fierce, savage, bloody; heinous, cruel; severe; terrible, frightening, dreadful;

[ATROX] : terrible, cruel, horrible, harsh.

[ATROX] : terrible, cruel, horror.

[ATRUSCA, ATRUSCAE] : N kind of grape;

[ATTA, ATTAE] : N father (term of respect used when addressing old men);

[ATTACTUS, ATTACTUS] : N touch , contact, action of touching;

[ATTACUS, ATTACI] : N kind of locust;

[ATTAGEN, ATTAGENIS] : N bird resembling the partridge, francolin? hazel-hen/heath-cock (l+s);

[ATTAGENA, ATTAGENAE] : N bird resembling the partridge, francolin?;

[ATTAGUS, ATTAGI] : N he-goat;

[ATTAMEN] : ADV but yet, but however, nevertheless;

[ATTAMINO, ATTAMINARE, ATTAMINAVI, ATTAMINATUS] : V touch, attack, rob; dishonor, defile, contaminate;

[ATTAT] : INTERJ ah! oh! alas! (expression of sudden enlightenment/surprise/fear/warning);

[ATTATAE] : INTERJ ah! oh! alas! (expression of sudden enlightenment/surprise/fear/warning);

[ATTATE] : INTERJ ah! oh! alas! (expression of sudden enlightenment/surprise/fear/warning);

[ATTATTATAE] : INTERJ oh! ah! alas!;

[ATTATTATAE] : INTERJ ah! oh! alas! (expression of sudden enlightenment/surprise/fear/warning);

[ATTEGIA, ATTEGIAE] : N hut (gallic?) (arab? l+s);

[ATTEGRO, ATTEGRARE, ATTEGRAVI, ATTEGRATUS] : V pour out wine in sacrifices;

[ATTELEBUS, ATTELEBI] : N kind of wingless locust;

[ATTEMPERATE] : ADV opportunely, at a convenient moment;

[ATTEMPERO, ATTEMPERARE, ATTEMPERAVI, ATTEMPERATUS] : V fit, adjust, accommodate;

[ATTEMPTO, ATTEMPTARE, ATTEMPTAVI, ATTEMPTATUS] : V attack, assail; call into question; try to seduce/use; make an attempt on, try;

[ATTENDO, ATTENDERE, ATTENDI, ATTENTUS] : V turn/stretch towards; apply; attend/pay (close) attention to, listen carefully;

[ATTENTATIO, ATTENTATIONIS] : N attempting, attempt, trying, try;

[ATTENTE, ATTENTIUS, ATTENTISSIME] : ADV diligently, carefully, with concentration, with close attention;

[ATTENTIO, ATTENTIONIS] : N attention, application, attentiveness;

[ATTENTO, ATTENTARE, ATTENTAVI, ATTENTATUS] : V attack, assail; call into question; try to seduce/use; make an attempt on, try;

[ATTENTUS, ATTENTA -UM, ATTENTIOR -OR -US, ATTENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ attentive, heedful; careful, conscientious, intent; frugal, economical;

[ATTENTUS] : attentive, careful of one's property

[ATTENTUS] : attentive, careful of one's property.

[ATTENUATE] : ADV plainly, barely, simply;

[ATTENUATIO, ATTENUATIONIS] : N diminution, act of lessening, attenuation; plainness (of style);

[ATTENUATUS, ATTENUATA -UM, ATTENUATIOR -OR -US, ATTENUATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ plain (style), bare, subdued; thin, impoverished; lessened, diminished;

[ATTENUO, ATTENUARE, ATTENUAVI, ATTENUATUS] : V thin (out); weaken, lessen, diminish, shrink, reduce in size; make plain;

[ATTERMINO, ATTERMINARE, ATTERMINAVI, ATTERMINATUS] : V set bounds to, measure, limit;

[ATTERO, ATTERERE, ATTRIVI, ATTRITUS] : V rub, rub against; grind; chafe; wear out/down/away; diminish, impair; waste;

[ATTERO] : attritus ; to weaken

[ATTERO] : destroy, waste, weaken, impair.

[ATTERO] : to weaken, ruin, rub against, rub away, erode.

[ATTERRANEUS, ATTERRANEA, ATTERRANEUM] : ADJ coming to/from the earth; earth-borne;

[ATTERTIARIUS, ATTERTIARIA, ATTERTIARIUM] : ADJ the whole and a third;

[ATTERTIATUS, ATTERTIATA, ATTERTIATUM] : ADJ reduced/boiled down to a third;

[ATTESTATIO, ATTESTATIONIS] : N testimony, attestation;

[ATTESTATUS, ATTESTATA, ATTESTATUM] : ADJ confirmatory, corroboratory;

[ATTESTOR, ATTESTARI, -, ATTESTATUS SUM] : V confirm, attest, bear witness to;

[ATTEXO, ATTEXERE, ATTEXUI, ATTEXTUS] : V add, join on, link to; weave/plait on, attach by weaving;

[ATTICE] : ADV in the attic/athenian manner; elegantly;

[ATTICISSO, ATTICISSARE, ATTICISSAVI, ATTICISSATUS] : V imitate the attic/athenian (elegant) manner of speaking;

[ATTICUS, ATTICA, ATTICUM] : ADJ attic, athenian; classic, elegant;

[ATTIGO, ATTIGERE, ATTIGI, ATTACTUS] : V touch, touch/border on; reach, arrive at, achieve; mention briefly; belong to;

[ATTIGUUS, ATTIGUA, ATTIGUUM] : ADJ contiguous, adjoining, adjacent, neighboring;

[ATTILLO, ATTILLARE, ATTILLAVI, ATTILLATUS] : V tickle, please;

[ATTILUS, ATTILI] : N large fish, great sturgeon/beluga;

[ATTINA, ATTINAE] : N heap of stones as a boundary marker; (pl.) (l+s);

[ATTINEO, ATTINERE, ATTINUI, ATTENTUS] : V hold on/to/near/back/together/fast; restrain, keep (in custody), retain; delay;

[ATTINGO, ATTINGERE, ATTINXI, ATTINCTUS] : V wipe/smear on?;

[ATTINGO, ATTINGERE, ATTIGI, ATTACTUS] : V touch, touch/border on; reach, arrive at, achieve; mention briefly; belong to;

[ATTINGUO, ATTINGUERE,] : V moisten, bedew, sprinkle with a liquid;

[ATTITULO, ATTITULARE, ATTITULAVI, ATTITULATUS] : V name, entitle;

[ATTOLERO, ATTOLERARE, ATTOLERAVI, ATTOLERATUS] : V support, sustain, bear;

[ATTOLLO, ATTOLLERE,] : V raise/lift up/towards/to a higher position; erect, build; exalt; extol, exalt;

[ATTOLLO] : to exalt.

[ATTOLLO] : to raise, lifet up, elevate/ excite, exalt.

[ATTOLLO] : to raise, lift up, elevate/ excite, exalt.

[ATTONBITUS] : frantic, inspired, thunder-struck, stunned.

[ATTONDEO, ATTONDERE, ATTONDI, ATTONSUS] : V clip (hair close), shear; strip of money, fleece; thrash; prune, trim, crop;

[ATTONITE] : ADV frantically; bewilderedly, confoundedly;

[ATTONITUS, ATTONITA, ATTONITUM] : ADJ astonished, fascinated; lightning/thunder-struck, stupefied, dazed; inspired;

[ATTONITUS] : frantic, inspired, thunder-struck, stunned.

[ATTONO, ATTONARE, ATTONUI, ATTONITUS] : V strike with lightning, blast; drive crazy, distract;

[ATTONO] : to thunder/ to stun, shock.

[ATTORQUEO, ATTORQUERE,] : V whirl at; hurl upwards;

[ATTORREO, ATTORRERE,] : V bake, roast;

[ATTRACTIO, ATTRACTIONIS] : N contraction, drawing together;

[ATTRACTO, ATTRACTARE, ATTRACTAVI, ATTRACTATUS] : V touch; lay hands on; handle (roughly), assault (sexually), violate; deal with;

[ATTRACTORIUS, ATTRACTORIA, ATTRACTORIUM] : ADJ attractive, having the power of attraction;

[ATTRACTUS, ATTRACTA -UM, ATTRACTIOR -OR -US, ATTRACTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ drawn together (brows), knit;

[ATTRACTUS, ATTRACTUS] : N attraction, drawing to;

[ATTRAHO, ATTRAHERE, ATTRAXI, ATTRACTUS] : V attract, draw/drag together/in/before/along; inhale; gather saliva; bend (bow);

[ATTRECTATIO, ATTRECTATIONIS] : N touching, handling; grammatical term for words denoting many things together;

[ATTRECTATUS, ATTRECTATUS] : N touching, handling, feeling;

[ATTRECTO, ATTRECTARE, ATTRECTAVI, ATTRECTATUS] : V touch; lay hands on; handle (roughly), assault (sexually), violate; deal with;

[ATTRECTO] : to touch, handle.

[ATTREMO, ATTREMERE,] : V tremble (at) (w/dat);

[ATTREPIDO, ATTREPIDARE, ATTREPIDAVI, ATTREPIDATUS] : V bestir oneself; hobble along;

[ATTRIBULO, ATTRIBULARE, ATTRIBULAVI, ATTRIBULATUS] : V thresh, press hard;

[ATTRIBUO, ATTRIBUERE, ATTRIBUI, ATTRIBUTUS] : V assign/allot/attribute/impute to; grant, pay; appoint, put under jurisdiction;

[ATTRIBUO] : to assign, allocate, apportion, give/ impose

[ATTRIBUTA] : assigned, associated.

[ATTRIBUTIO, ATTRIBUTIONIS] : N assignment of debt; one's destined lot; grant; attribution; predicate attribute;

[ATTRIBUTUM, ATTRIBUTI] : N grant of public money; predicate, attribute (gram.) (l+s);

[ATTRIBUTUS, ATTRIBUTA, ATTRIBUTUM] : ADJ ascribed, attributed; assigned, allotted;

[ATTRITIO, ATTRITIONIS] : N rubbing/grinding against/on (something); friction, abrasion;

[ATTRITUS, ATTRITA -UM, ATTRITIOR -OR -US, ATTRITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ rubbed (off/away), wasted; bruised; shameless, impudent, brazen;

[ATTRITUS, ATTRITA -UM, ATTRITIOR -OR -US, ATTRITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ worn, worn down by use; smoothed; hardened, brazen; thin (style), attenuated;

[ATTRITUS, ATTRITUS] : N action/process of rubbing/grinding; friction; chafing, abrasion, bruising;

[ATTUBERNALIS, ATTUBERNALIS] : N one who lives in an adjoining hut;

[ATTULO, ATTULERE,] : V bring/carry/bear to;

[ATTUMULO, ATTUMULARE, ATTUMULAVI, ATTUMULATUS] : V heap up against; bank up (with something);

[ATTUOR, ATTUI,] : V observe, look at;

[ATUATUCUS, ATUATUCI] : N atuatuci, a tribe of north (belgic) gaul - caesar;

[ATYPUS, ATYPA, ATYPUM] : ADJ that does not form the letters properly in speaking;

[ATYPUS, ATYPI] : N one who does not form the letters properly in speaking; who stammers, stammering

[AU, ABB.] : N aulus, roman praenomen; abbreviated a./au.;

[AU] : INTERJ oh! ow! oh dear! goodness gracious! (used by women to express consternation);

[AUARCA] : leather sandal worn by pyrenean peasants

[AUARCA] : leather sandal worn by pyrenean peasants.

[AUCELLA, AUCELLAE] : N little bird;

[AUCEO, AUCERE, AUCUI, AUCITUS] : V observe attentively;

[AUCEPS, AUCIPIS] : N bird-catcher, fowler; bird seller, poulterer; spy, eavesdropper;

[AUCEPS, AUCUPIS] : N bird-catcher, fowler; bird seller, poulterer; spy, eavesdropper;

[AUCILLA, AUCILLAE] : N little bird;

[AUCTARIUM, AUCTARI(I)] : N something in addition to the proper measure, lagniappe; addition, augmentation;

[AUCTIFER, AUCTIFERA, AUCTIFERUM] : ADJ productive, fruitful, fertile; fruit-bearing (l+s);

[AUCTIFICO, AUCTIFICARE, AUCTIFICAVI, AUCTIFICATUS] : V enlarge, increase; honor by offerings/sacrifices;

[AUCTIFICUS, AUCTIFICA, AUCTIFICUM] : ADJ giving/causing increase/growth; increasing, enlarging;

[AUCTIO, AUCTIONIS] : N auction; public sale; property put up for sale at auction/the catalog/proceeds;

[AUCTIO] : to increase, grow, enlarge.

[AUCTIONALE, AUCTIONALIS] : N catalogs/lists (pl.) of auction sales;

[AUCTIONALIS, AUCTIONALIS, AUCTIONALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to an auction, auction-;

[AUCTIONARIUS, AUCTIONARIA, AUCTIONARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to an auction, auction-;

[AUCTIONO, AUCTIONARE, AUCTIONAVI, AUCTIONATUS] : V buy goods at an auction/public sale; buy at auction;

[AUCTIONOR, AUCTIONARI, -, AUCTIONATUS SUM] : V put up goods to auction/public sale; hold an auction;

[AUCTITO, AUCTITARE, AUCTITAVI, AUCTITATUS] : V keep increasing/augmenting; honor by offerings (l+s);

[AUCTO, AUCTARE, AUCTAVI, AUCTATUS] : V increase/enlarge (much), grow; prosper/bless (with) (w/abl);

[AUCTOR, AUCTORIS] : N seller, vendor; originator; historian; authority; proposer, supporter; founder;

[AUCTOR] : author, originator.

[AUCTORAMENTUM, AUCTORAMENTI] : N wages, pay, fee; reward; terms of employment (esp. gladiators), contract;

[AUCTORATUS, AUCTORATI] : N hired gladiator;

[AUCTORITA, AUCTORITAE] : N authority, power; one in charge;

[AUCTORITA] : f, authority, power

[AUCTORITAS, AUCTORITATIS] : N title (legal), ownership; right to authorize/sanction, power; decree, order;

[AUCTORITAS, AUCTORITATIS] : N authority, influence; responsibility; prestige, reputation; opinion, judgment;

[AUCTORITAS] : authority

[AUCTORITAS] : authority, power.

[AUCTORIZO, AUCTORIZARE, AUCTORIZAVI, AUCTORIZATUS] : V authorize, authenticate; approve, confirm; bind one's self;

[AUCTORO, AUCTORARE, AUCTORAVI, AUCTORATUS] : V bind/pledge/oblige/engage oneself, hire oneself out; purchase (w/sibi), secure;

[AUCTORO] : to hire for a salary, to engage, employ.

[AUCTOROR, AUCTORARI, -, AUCTORATUS SUM] : V hire out, sell; give authorization (guardian on behalf of ward); authorize;

[AUCTRIX, AUCTRICIS] : N seller, vendor; originator; historian; authority; proposer, supporter; founder;

[AUCTUMNALIS, AUCTUMNALIS, AUCTUMNALE] : ADJ autumnal. of autumn, for use in autumn;

[AUCTUMNASCIT, AUCTUMNASCERE, AUCTUMNASCIT] : V autumn is approaching, autumn is coming on;

[AUCTUMNESCIT, AUCTUMNESCERE, AUCTUMNESCIT] : V autumn is approaching, autumn is coming on;

[AUCTUMNITAS, AUCTUMNITATIS] : N autumn, the autumn season; autumn fruits (poet.);

[AUCTUMNO, AUCTUMNARE, AUCTUMNAVI, AUCTUMNATUS] : V bring autumnal conditions;

[AUCTUMNUM, AUCTUMNI] : N autumn; autumn fruits, harvest;

[AUCTUMNUS, AUCTUMNA, AUCTUMNUM] : ADJ of autumn, autumnal;

[AUCTUMNUS, AUCTUMNI] : N autumn; autumn fruits, harvest;

[AUCTUS, AUCTA -UM, AUCTIOR -OR -US, AUCTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ enlarged, large, abundant, ample; richer/increased in power/wealth/importance;

[AUCTUS, AUCTUS] : N growth, increase, enlargement, act of increasing; accession; prosperity; bulk;

[AUCTUS] : growth, enlargement, increase.

[AUCUPABUNDUS, AUCUPABUNDA, AUCUPABUNDUM] : ADJ watching, lurking for;

[AUCUPALIS, AUCUPALIS, AUCUPALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to bird-watching/fowling;

[AUCUPATIO, AUCUPATIONIS] : N hunting after, searching for; bird catching, fowling;

[AUCUPATORIUS, AUCUPATORIA, AUCUPATORIUM] : ADJ suitable for bird catching/fowling/hunting;

[AUCUPATUS, AUCUPATUS] : N bird-catching, fowling;

[AUCUPIUM, AUCUPI(I)] : N bird-catching, fowling; taking (bee swarm); game/wild fowl; sly angling for;

[AUCUPO, AUCUPARE, -, AUCUPATUS] : V catch, take (swarm of bees); hunt after, seek, be on the lookout for;

[AUCUPOR, AUCUPARI, -, AUCUPATUS SUM] : V go fowling; lie in wait/lay a trap for, keep a watch on; seek to deal with;

[AUDACIA, AUDACIAE] : N boldness, daring, courage, confidence; recklessness, effrontery, audacity;

[AUDACIA] : temerity. audacious, bold

[AUDACITER, AUDACIUS, AUDACISSIME] : ADV boldly, audaciously, confidently, proudly, fearlessly; impudently, rashly;

[AUDACTER, AUDACITER] : boldly, proudly, fearlessly.

[AUDACTER, AUDACIUS, AUDACISSIME] : ADV boldly, audaciously, confidently, proudly, fearlessly; impudently, rashly;

[AUDACULUS, AUDACULA, AUDACULUM] : ADJ bold (a little/bit), courageous; audacious, impudent, impertinent;

[AUDAX, AUDACIS (GEN.), AUDACIOR -OR -US, AUDACISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bold, daring; courageous; reckless, rash; audacious, presumptuous; desperate;

[AUDAX] : bold

[AUDAX] : bold, rash, foolhardy.

[AUDEM] : CONJ but (postpositive), on the other hand/contrary; while, however; moreover, also;

[AUDENS, AUDENTIS (GEN.), AUDENTIOR -OR -US, AUDENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ daring, bold, courageous; characterized by boldness/license of expression;

[AUDENTER, AUDENTIUS, AUDENTISSIME] : ADV boldly, fearlessly; audaciously, presumptuously, rashly;

[AUDENTES FORTUNA IUVAT. ] : PHRASE fortune favours the brave.

[AUDENTIA, AUDENTIAE] : N boldness, courage, enterprise; boldness/license of expression;

[AUDENTIA] : boldness, courage.

[AUDEO, AUDERE, AUSI, AUSUS SUM] : V intend, be prepared; dare/have courage (to go/do), act boldly, venture, risk;

[AUDEO] : to dare. (part. ausus ).

[AUDEO] : to dare. (part. ausus )

[AUDIENS, AUDIENTIS] : N auditor, one who hears; hearer of, obedient to (your command);

[AUDIENS, AUDIENTIS] : N catechumen (eccl.), convert under instruction before baptism; new initiate;

[AUDIENTIA, AUDIENTIAE] : N hearing, act of listening, attention; audience, body of listeners;

[AUDIETUR ET ALTERA PARS. ] : PHRASE may the other part also be heard.

[AUDIO, AUDIRE, AUDIVI, AUDITUS] : V hear, listen, accept, agree with; obey; harken, pay attention; be able to hear;

[AUDIO] : to hear, hearken, listen to.

[AUDITIO, AUDITIONIS] : N hearing, act/sense of hearing; report, hearsay, rumor; lecture, recital;

[AUDITIUNCULA, AUDITIUNCULAE] : N scrap of hearsay information; brief discourse (l+s);

[AUDITO, AUDITARE, AUDITAVI, AUDITATUS] : V hear frequently;

[AUDITOR, AUDITORIS] : N listener, hearer; disciple (w/gen), pupil, student;

[AUDITOR] : hearer, listener.

[AUDITORIALIS, AUDITORIALIS, AUDITORIALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to a school;

[AUDITORIUM, AUDITORI(I)] : N auditorium, lecture room, hall; body of listeners, audience; hearing a law case;

[AUDITORIUS, AUDITORIA, AUDITORIUM] : ADJ relating to a hearer or hearing;

[AUDITUS, AUDITUS] : N hearing; listening; act/sense of hearing; hearsay;

[AUDO, AUDERE, ADDITIONAL] : V intend, be prepared; dare/have courage (to go/do), act boldly, venture, risk;

[AUFERO, AUFERRE, ABSTULI, ABLATUS] : V bear/carry/take/fetch/sweep/snatch away/off, remove, withdraw; steal, obtain;

[AUFERO, AUFERRE, APSTULI, ABLATUS] : V bear/carry/take/fetch/sweep/snatch away/off, remove, withdraw; steal, obtain;

[AUFERO] : to carry away, remove / steal, carry off, make away with.

[AUFERO] : to carry away, remove/ steal, carry off, make away with.

[AUFERO] : to take away by force.

[AUFUGIO, AUFUGERE, AUFUGI] : V flee, flee from, shun; run/fly away, escape; disappear (things), vanish;

[AUG, UNDECLINED] : ADJ august (month) (mensis understood); abbr. aug.; renamed from sextilis in 8 bc;

[AUGEO, AUGERE, AUXI, AUCTUS] : V increase, enlarge, augment; spread; honor, promote, raise; exalt; make a lot of;

[AUGEO] : increase, enlarge

[AUGEO] : increase, enlarge, enrich.

[AUGEO] : to increase, strengthen.

[AUGEO] : to increase, strengthen

[AUGER, AUGERIS] : N augur, one who interprets behavior of birds; diviner, seer, prophet, soothsayer;

[AUGESCO, AUGESCERE,] : V grow, increase in size/amount/number; develop; prosper; rise/be swollen (river);

[AUGIFICO, AUGIFICARE,] : V increase, enlarge, make larger;

[AUGINOS, AUGINI] : N plant (also called hyoscyamos);

[AUGITIS, AUGITIDIS] : N kind of precious stone;

[AUGMEN, AUGMINIS] : N addition, increase, increment; bulk, total mass, the result of increase;

[AUGMENTO, AUGMENTARE, AUGMENTAVI, AUGMENTATUS] : V increase;

[AUGMENTO] : to increase.

[AUGMENTUM, AUGMENTI] : N increase, waxing (moon); increment; sustenance;

[AUGMENTUM] : increase, growth.

[AUGUR, AUGURIS] : N augur, one who interprets behavior of birds; diviner, seer, prophet, soothsayer;

[AUGURACULUM, AUGURACULI] : N place where auguries are observed, hence the citadel of rome;

[AUGURALE, AUGURALIS] : N general's hq/tent in roman camp where he took auguries; augur's staff/wand;

[AUGURALIS, AUGURALIS, AUGURALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to augurs, augural; relating to soothsaying;

[AUGURATIO, AUGURATIONIS] : N prediction by means of augury;

[AUGURATO] : ADV after due taking of the auguries;

[AUGURATORIUM, AUGURATORII] : N place/building where auguries were observed;

[AUGURATRIX, AUGURATRICIS] : N soothsayer/diviner (female);

[AUGURATUS, AUGURATA, AUGURATUM] : ADJ instituted after due observance of auguries;

[AUGURATUS, AUGURATUS] : N office of augur; augury;

[AUGURIALIS, AUGURIALIS, AUGURIALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to augurs, augural; relating to soothsaying;

[AUGURIUM, AUGURI(I)] : N augury (act/profession); divination, prediction; omen, portent/sign; foreboding;

[AUGURIUS, AUGURIA, AUGURIUM] : ADJ of the augurs/augury, augural;

[AUGURO, AUGURARE, AUGURAVI, AUGURATUS] : V prophesy, predict, foretell; practice augury; make known intention to (w/inf);

[AUGUROR, AUGURARI, -, AUGURATUS SUM] : V conjecture, surmise, judge;

[AUGUSTA, AUGUSTAE] : N augusta; (title of emperor's wife/occasionally other close female relatives);

[AUGUSTATUS, AUGUSTATA, AUGUSTATUM] : ADJ made venerable; consecrated;

[AUGUSTE, AUGUSTIUS, AUGUSTISSIME] : ADV reverently, solemnly; with dignity; majestically; sacredly;

[AUGUSTINUS, AUGUSTINI] : N augustine; (st./bishop of hippo, 354-430, 'confessions', 'city of god');

[AUGUSTO, AUGUSTARE, AUGUSTAVI, AUGUSTATUS] : V glorify; render venerable;

[AUGUSTUS, AUGUSTA -UM, AUGUSTIOR -OR -US, AUGUSTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ sacred, venerable; majestic, august, solemn; dignified;

[AUGUSTUS, AUGUSTA, AUGUSTUM] : ADJ august (month) (mensis understood); abbr. aug.; renamed from sextilis in 8 bc;

[AUGUSTUS, AUGUSTI] : N augustus; (title of octavius caesar, emperor, 27 bc-14 ad); of all emperors;

[AUIOLA] : houseleek

[AULA, AULAE] : N hall, inner court; church; palace/castle; royal court; courtiers; princely power

[AULA] : court, hall.

[AULAEA, AULAEAE] : N canopy/covering; theater curtain; hangings/folds (pl.), tapestries/drapery;

[AULAEUM, AULAEI] : N canopy/covering; theater curtain; hangings/folds (pl.), tapestries/drapery;

[AULAX, AULACIS] : N furrow;

[AULETICE] : ADJ used for making reed pipes/flutes;

[AULETICON] : ADJ used for making reed pipes/flutes;

[AULETICOS, AULETIC] : ADJ used for making reed pipes/flutes;

[AULETICUS, AULETICA, AULETICUM] : ADJ used for making reed pipes/flutes;

[AULICOCIUS, AULICOCIA, AULICOCIUM] : ADJ boiled, cooked in a pot;

[AULICOCTUS, AULICOCTA, AULICOCTUM] : ADJ boiled, cooked in a pot;

[AULICOQUIUS, AULICOQUIA, AULICOQUIUM] : ADJ boiled, cooked in a pot;

[AULICUS, AULICA, AULICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the pipe/flute;

[AULICUS, AULICA, AULICUM] : ADJ of/belonging to the imperial/a prince's household; princely;

[AULICUS, AULICI] : N courtier (of the imperial/a prince's household);

[AULISCUS] : small pipe, catheter A. Souter p.26

[AULIX, AULICIS] : N furrow;

[AULOEDUS, AULOEDI] : N person who sings to a reed pipe;

[AULON, AULONIS] : N waterspout;

[AULOPOIOS, AULOPOII] : N maker of reed pipes;

[AULOS, AULI] : N kind of bivalve, razorshell clam; flute-shaped scallop (l+s);

[AULULA, AULULAE] : N small pipkin/pot;

[AULUS, AULI] : N aulus, roman praenomen; abbreviated a.;

[AUMATIUM, AUMATII] : N latrine in a theater/circus; private place in the theater (l+s);

[AUNCULUS, AUNCULI] : N maternal uncle, mother's brother, mother's sister's husband; great uncle;

[AURA, AURAE] : N breeze, breath (of air), wind; gleam; odor, stench; vapor; air (pl.), heaven;

[AURA] : feverfew A. Souter p.26

[AURA] : heaven, breeze.

[AURACULUM, AURACULI] : N oracle (place/agency/mouthpiece); prophecy; oracular saying/precept/maxim;

[AURARIA, AURARIAE] : N gold mine; worker/dearer (female) in gold (l+s);

[AURARIUS, AURARIA, AURARIUM] : ADJ concerned with/used for gold; golden, gold;

[AURARIUS, AURARII] : N worker in gold, goldsmith; patron (l+s);

[AURATA, AURATAE] : N kind of fish, gilthead, dorado;

[AURATILIS, AURATILIS, AURATILE] : ADJ gold-colored;

[AURATOR, AURATORIS] : N gilder, one who gilds (covers with gold leaf) metal/wood/plaster;

[AURATURA, AURATURAE] : N gilding, gilt, thin coating of gold;

[AURATUS, AURATA, AURATUM] : ADJ gilded, overlaid/adorned with gold, golden, gold mounted/embroidered/bearing;

[AUREA, AUREAE] : N bridle of a horse;

[AUREATUS, AUREATA, AUREATUM] : ADJ adorned/decorated with gold;

[AUREAX, AUREACIS] : N charioteer, driver; groom, ostler; helmsman; the waggoner (a constellation);

[AUREFICINA, AUREFICINAE] : N goldsmith's workshop;

[AUREOLUS, AUREOLA, AUREOLUM] : ADJ golden, made of gold, gold colored; beautiful, brilliant, excellent, splendid;

[AUREOLUS, AUREOLI] : N gold coin, gold piece;

[AURESCO, AURESCERE,] : V become golden in color;

[AUREUS, AUREA, AUREUM] : ADJ of gold, golden; gilded; gold bearing; gleaming like gold; beautiful, splendid;

[AUREUS, AUREI] : N gold coin (equivalent to 25 silver denarii at rome) (120 grains/0.25 oz.);

[AUREUS] : golden.

[AURICALCINUS, AURICALCINA, AURICALCINUM] : ADJ made of brass, brass-; of a gold-colored metal;

[AURICALCUM, AURICALCI] : N brass, golden metal; yellow copper ore, 'mountain copper'; brass objects (pl.);

[AURICHALCINUS, AURICHALCINA, AURICHALCINUM] : ADJ made of brass, brass-; of a gold-colored metal;

[AURICHALCUM, AURICHALCI] : N brass, golden metal; yellow copper ore, 'mountain copper'; brass objects (pl.);

[AURICOCTOR, AURICOCTORIS] : N smelter/melter/refiner of gold;

[AURICOLOR, (GEN.), AURICOLORIS] : ADJ golden, of the color of gold;

[AURICOMANS, (GEN.), AURICOMANTIS] : ADJ golden-haired, with golden hair; flaxen-haired; with golden foliage/leaves;

[AURICOMUS, AURICOMA, AURICOMUM] : ADJ golden-haired, with golden hair; flaxen-haired; with golden foliage/leaves;

[AURICULA, AURICULAE] : N ear (part of body/organ of hearing); sense of hearing;

[AURICULARIUS, AURICULARII] : N ear doctor/specialist, aurist; counselor;

[AURICULARIUS, AURICULARIA, AURICULARIUM] : ADJ of/for the ear/ears; (medicus auricularius => ear specialist);

[AURIFER, AURIFERA, AURIFERUM] : ADJ gold-bearing, producing/yielding gold (mine/country); bearing golden fruit;

[AURIFEX, AURIFICIS] : N goldsmith;

[AURIFICINA, AURIFICINAE] : N goldsmith's workshop;

[AURIFLUUS, AURIFLUA, AURIFLUUM] : ADJ flowing with gold;

[AURIFODINA, AURIFODINAE] : N gold mine;

[AURIGA, AURIGAE] : N charioteer, driver; groom, ostler; helmsman; the waggoner (a constellation);

[AURIGALIS, AURIGALIS, AURIGALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to a charioteer/driver;

[AURIGANS, (GEN.), AURIGANTIS] : ADJ glittering with gold;

[AURIGARIUS, AURIGARII] : N owner of a racing chariot; charioteer in the races in the circus (l+s);

[AURIGATIO, AURIGATIONIS] : N chariot driving;

[AURIGATOR, AURIGATORIS] : N chariot racer/race driver;

[AURIGENA, AURIGENAE] : N one born of gold, the gold-begotten (i.e., perseus);

[AURIGENUS, AURIGENA, AURIGENUM] : ADJ born of gold, gold-begotten (i.e., perseus);

[AURIGER, AURIGERA, AURIGERUM] : ADJ bearing gold (e.g., with gilded horns; bearing the golden fleece);

[AURIGINEUS, AURIGINEA, AURIGINEUM] : ADJ golden/yellow (of color); jaundiced;

[AURIGINOSUS, AURIGINOSA, AURIGINOSUM] : ADJ golden/yellow (of color); jaundiced;

[AURIGO, AURIGARE, AURIGAVI, AURIGATUS] : V drive/race a chariot;

[AURIGOR, AURIGARI, -, AURIGATUS SUM] : V drive/race a chariot;

[AURILEGULUS, AURILEGULI] : N gold picker, gold collector;

[AURIOLUS, AURIOLA, AURIOLUM] : ADJ golden, made of gold, gold colored; beautiful, brilliant, excellent, splendid;

[AURIPIGMENTUM, AURIPIGMENTI] : N yellow/trisulphide of arsenic, bright yellow dye mineral, yellow orpiment;

[AURIS, AURIS] : N ear; hearing; a discriminating sense of hearing, 'ear' (for); pin on plow;

[AURIS] : ear.

[AURISCALPIUM, AURISCALPII] : N ear-pick (medical instrument), probe;

[AURITULUS, AURITULI] : N the long-eared animal, ass;

[AURITUS, AURITA, AURITUM] : ADJ with/having ears; longeared, w/large ears; hearing well, listening, attentive;

[AURO, AURARE, AURAVI, AURATUS] : V gild, overlay with gold;

[AUROCHALCINUS, AUROCHALCINA, AUROCHALCINUM] : ADJ made of brass, brass-; of a gold-colored metal;

[AURORA MUSIS AMICA. ] : PHRASE dawn is friend of the muses. (early bird catches the worm.)

[AURORA, AURORAE] : N dawn, daybreak, sunrise; goddess of the dawn; orient/east, peoples of the east;

[AURORO, AURORARE, AURORAVI, AURORATUS] : V shine like the sunrise;

[AUROSUS, AUROSA, AUROSUM] : ADJ containing gold, gold-bearing; of the color of gold, like gold (l+s);

[AURUFEX, AURUFICIS] : N goldsmith;

[AURUGINEUS, AURUGINEA, AURUGINEUM] : ADJ golden/yellow (of color); jaundiced;

[AURUGINO, AURUGINARE, AURUGINAVI, AURUGINATUS] : V have jaundice, be affected with jaundice;

[AURUGINO] : ; also auruginosus suffer from jaundice A. Souter p.26

[AURUGINOSUS, AURUGINOSA, AURUGINOSUM] : ADJ golden/yellow (of color); jaundiced;

[AURUGO, AURUGINIS] : N jaundice; pale/sickly look; mildew (plants) (l+s);

[AURULA, AURULAE] : N gentle breeze; whiff (of);

[AURULENTUS, AURULENTA, AURULENTUM] : ADJ of the color of gold, golden;

[AURUM, AURI] : N gold (metal/color), gold money, riches;

[AURUM] : gold.

[AUSCULATIO, AUSCULATIONIS] : N kissing; action of kissing;

[AUSCULOR, AUSCULARI, -, AUCULATUS SUM] : V kiss; exchange kisses;

[AUSCULTATIO, AUSCULTATIONIS] : N eavesdropping, secret listening; paying heed, obeying;

[AUSCULTATOR, AUSCULTATORIS] : N listener; one who heeds/obeys;

[AUSCULTATUS, AUSCULTATUS] : N act of listening/hearing;

[AUSCULTO, AUSCULTARE, AUSCULTAVI, AUSCULTATUS] : V listen to; overhear, listen secretly; heed, obey;

[AUSCULUM, AUSCULI] : N kiss; mouth; lips; orifice; mouthpiece (of a pipe);

[AUSPEX, AUSPICIS] : N diviner by birds, augur; soothsayer; patron, supporter; wedding functionary;

[AUSPICABILIS, AUSPICABILIS, AUSPICABILE] : ADJ auspicious, of favorable omen;

[AUSPICALIS, AUSPICALIS, AUSPICALE] : ADJ giving omens; pertaining to/suitable for divination/auguries;

[AUSPICALITER] : ADV after taking the auspices; with the appropriate taking of auguries;

[AUSPICATO] : ADV after taking the auspices/auguries; with good omens; auspiciously;

[AUSPICATUS, AUSPICATA -UM, AUSPICATIOR -OR -US, AUSPICATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ consecrated/approved by auguries, hollowed; auspicious, fortunate, lucky;

[AUSPICATUS, AUSPICATUS] : N augury, taking of auspices;

[AUSPICIUM, AUSPICI(I)] : N divination (by birds); omen; beginning; auspices (pl.); right of doing auspices;

[AUSPICO, AUSPICARE, AUSPICAVI, AUSPICATUS] : V take auspices; seek omens; begin with auspices, make ceremonial start; portend;

[AUSPICOR, AUSPICARI, -, AUSPICATUS SUM] : V take auspices; seek omens; begin with auspices, make ceremonial start; portend;

[AUSTELLUS, AUSTELLI] : N south (diminutive/contemptuous); southern parts (pl.); gentle south wind (l+s);

[AUSTER, AUSTERIS -E, AUSTERIOR -OR -US, AUSTERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ austere, plain; bitter, sour; dry (wine); sharp, pungent; dark, somber, morose;

[AUSTER, AUSTRI] : N south wind; south; southern parts (pl.);

[AUSTERALIS, AUSTERALIS] : N plant (usually called sisymbrium);

[AUSTERALIS] : bergamot mint

[AUSTERE, AUSTERIUS, AUSTERISSIME] : ADV rigidly, austerely, severely;

[AUSTERITAS, AUSTERITATIS] : N harshness, sourness, bitterness; gloominess, somberness; severity, rigor;

[AUSTERULUS, AUSTERULA, AUSTERULUM] : ADJ somewhat dry/astringent/harsh;

[AUSTERUS, AUSTERA -UM, AUSTERIOR -OR -US, AUSTERISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ austere, plain; bitter, sour; dry (wine); sharp, pungent; dark, somber, morose;

[AUSTERUS] : strict, rigid, stern.

[AUSTERUS] : strict, rigid, stern

[AUSTIUM, AUSTI(I)] : N door (w/frame); front door; starting gate; entrance to underworld; river mouth;

[AUSTRALIS, AUSTRALIS, AUSTRALE] : ADJ southern; of/brought by the south wind; of southern hemisphere (constellation);

[AUSTRIFER, AUSTRIFERA, AUSTRIFERUM] : ADJ bringing the south wind;

[AUSTRINALIS, AUSTRINALIS, AUSTRINALE] : ADJ southern; antarctic;

[AUSTRINUM, AUSTRINI] : N the southern regions (pl.);

[AUSTRINUS, AUSTRINA, AUSTRINUM] : ADJ southern; of/brought by the south wind; of southern hemisphere (constellation);

[AUSTRUM, AUSTRI] : N purple dye; purple color; material that has been dyed purple (garment, coverlet)

[AUSUM, AUSI] : N daring/bold deed, exploit, venture; attempt; presumptuous act, outrage; crime;

[AUSUM] : V intend, be prepared; dare (to go/do), act boldly, risk; (sub for audeo-kludge);

[AUSUS, AUSUS] : N daring, initiative; ventures (pl.);

[AUSUS] : risk, hazard, gamble, dare.

[AUT...AUT] : either...or.

[AUT] : aut ; either..or.

[AUT] : CONJ or, or rather/else; either...or (aut...aut) (emphasizing one);

[AUT] : or, at least, or else; aut...aut] : either...or

[AUT] : or.

[AUTEM] : but, on the other hand, however, moreover, also.

[AUTEM] : but, on the other hand, however

[AUTEM] : CONJ but (postpositive), on the other hand/contrary; while, however; moreover, also;

[AUTEM] : conj, but, on the other hand, however, moreover

[AUTEM] : moreover, however, but, also.

[AUTHEMERUM, AUTHEMERI] : N kind of eye salve (presumably giving same day relief);

[AUTHEMERUS, AUTHEMERA, AUTHEMERUM] : ADJ acting/operating on the same day; providing/with same day service;

[AUTHENTA, AUTHENTAE] : N chief prince, head;

[AUTHENTICUM, AUTHENTICI] : N original/authentic document, the original;

[AUTHENTICUS, AUTHENTICA, AUTHENTICUM] : ADJ original (document), genuine, authentic; that comes from the author;

[AUTHEPSA, AUTHEPSAE] : N cooker with its own heating compartment;

[AUTOCRATUS, AUTOCRATA, AUTOCRATUM] : ADJ self-blended (wine) (i.e., of medium sweetness);

[AUTOCTHON, AUTOCTHONIS] : N original inhabitant, native;

[AUTOGENES] : narcissus

[AUTOGRAPHUM, AUTOGRAPHI] : N document written in one;s own hand. holograph;

[AUTOGRAPHUS, AUTOGRAPHA, AUTOGRAPHUM] : ADJ written with one's own hand, holograph;

[AUTOMATARIUM, AUTOMATARII] : N automata (pl.), automatic mechanism;

[AUTOMATARIUS, AUTOMATARII] : N maker of automata/automatic mechanisms;

[AUTOMATARIUS, AUTOMATARIA, AUTOMATARIUM] : ADJ of automata/automatic mechanisms;

[AUTOMATON, AUTOMATI] : N automaton, automatic/self-moving mechanism; automatic/puppet-like movements;

[AUTOMATOPOETUS, AUTOMATOPOETA, AUTOMATOPOETUM] : ADJ automatic;

[AUTOMATUM, AUTOMATI] : N automaton, automatic/self-moving mechanism; automatic/puppet-like movements;

[AUTOMATUS, AUTOMATA, AUTOMATUM] : ADJ voluntary, spontaneous, self-moving;

[AUTOPYRON] : ADJ made of unbolted/unsifted wheaten meal, whole-wheat;

[AUTOPYROS, AUTOPYRI] : N coarse bread made of unbolted/unsifted wheaten meal, whole-wheat bread;

[AUTOPYROS, AUTOPYROS] : ADJ made of unbolted/unsifted wheaten meal, whole-wheat;

[AUTOPYRUS, AUTOPYRA, AUTOPYRUM] : ADJ made of unbolted/unsifted wheaten meal, whole-wheat;

[AUTOPYRUS, AUTOPYRI] : N coarse bread made of unbolted/unsifted wheaten meal, whole-wheat bread;

[AUTUMNAL, UNDECLINED] : ADJ autumnal, of autumn, for use in autumn;

[AUTUMNALIS, AUTUMNALIS, AUTUMNALE] : ADJ autumnal, of autumn, for use in autumn;

[AUTUMNASCIT, AUTUMNASCERE, AUTUMNASCIT] : V autumn is approaching, autumn is coming on;

[AUTUMNESCIT, AUTUMNESCERE, AUTUMNESCIT] : V autumn is approaching, autumn is coming on;

[AUTUMNITAS, AUTUMNITATIS] : N autumn, the autumn season; autumn fruits (poet.);

[AUTUMNO, AUTUMNARE, AUTUMNAVI, AUTUMNATUS] : V bring autumnal conditions;

[AUTUMNUS, AUTUMNA, AUTUMNUM] : ADJ of autumn, autumnal;

[AUTUMNUS, AUTUMNI] : N autumn; autumn fruits, harvest;

[AUTUMO, AUTUMARE, AUTUMAVI, AUTUMATUS] : V say, assert; say yes; affirm; mention, speak of; name, call; reckon, judge;

[AUTUMO] : to assert, believe, affirm.

[AUTUS] : increase, enlargement, growth.

[AUXILIABUNDUS, AUXILIABUNDA, AUXILIABUNDUM] : ADJ bringing aid, helping;

[AUXILIARE, AUXILIARIS] : N auxiliary troops (pl.); allies;

[AUXILIARI, AUXILIARIIS] : N auxiliary troops (pl.); assistants; allies;

[AUXILIARIS, AUXILIARIS, AUXILIARE] : ADJ assisting, succoring, help-bringing; auxiliary (troops);

[AUXILIARIUS, AUXILIARII] : N auxiliary troops (pl.); assistants; allies;

[AUXILIARUS, AUXILIARA, AUXILIARUM] : ADJ assisting, succoring, help-bringing; auxiliary (troops);

[AUXILIATIO, AUXILIATIONIS] : N help, aid;

[AUXILIATOR, AUXILIATORIS] : N helper, one who gives aid; aide, assistant (l+s);

[AUXILIATRIX, AUXILIATRICIS] : N helper (female), assistant, aide;

[AUXILIATUS, AUXILIATUS] : N help, aid;

[AUXILIO, AUXILIARE, AUXILIAVI, AUXILIATUS] : V help (w/dat); give help/aid; assist; be helpful, be of use/avail; remedy, heal;

[AUXILIOR, AUXILIARI, -, AUXILIATUS SUM] : V help (w/dat); give help/aid; assist; be helpful, be of use/avail; remedy, heal;

[AUXILIUM, AUXILI(I)] : N help, assistance; remedy/antidote; supporting resource/force; auxiliaries (pl.);

[AUXILIUM] : aid, help, assistance, support.

[AUXILLA, AUXILLAE] : N small pot for cooking/preserving);

[AVA, AVAE] : N grandmother; rooted prejudice, old wives tale;

[AVARA] : avaricious.

[AVARCA, AVARCAE] : N leather sandal worn by pyrenean peasants;

[AVARE, AVARIUS, AVARISSIME] : ADV greedily, avariciously, rapaciously; thriftily, economically, stingily, miserly;

[AVARITER] : ADV greedily, avariciously, rapaciously; thriftily, economically, stingily, miserly;

[AVARITIA, AVARITIAE] : N greed, avarice; rapacity; miserliness, stinginess, meanness;

[AVARITIA] : avarice, greed.

[AVARITIES, AVARITIEI] : N greed, avarice; rapacity; miserliness, stinginess, meanness;

[AVARUS, AVARA -UM, AVARIOR -OR -US, AVARISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ avaricious, greedy; stingy, miserly, mean; covetous, hungry for;

[AVARUS, AVARI] : N miser; stingy/mean/greedy person;

[AVARUS] : greedy, avaricious.

[AVE, IMPERATOR, MORITURI TE SALUTANT. ] : PHRASE hail, emperor, those who will die salute you.

[AVE] : INTERJ hail!, formal expression of greetings;

[AVEHO, AVEHERE, AVEXI, AVECTUS] : V carry away, carry; (passive) ride away/off, sail away, go away, depart;

[AVEHO] : to carry away, remove (avexi avectum ).

[AVEHO] : to carry away, remove (avexi avectum )

[AVELLO, AVELLERE, AVOLSI, AVOLSUS] : V tear/pluck/wrench away/out/off; separate by force, part; take away, wrest;

[AVELLO, AVELLERE, AVULSI, AVULSUS] : V tear/pluck/wrench away/out/off; separate by force, part; take away, wrest;

[AVELLO, AVELLERE, AVELLI, AVOLSUS] : V tear/pluck/wrench away/out/off; separate by force, part; take away, wrest;

[AVELLO] : to tear away, tear off.

[AVENA, AVENAE] : N reed, straw; shepherd's pipe, pan pipe; oats, wild oats, other allied grasses;

[AVENACEUS, AVENACEA, AVENACEUM] : ADJ made from oats, oaten, oat-;

[AVENARIUS, AVENARIA, AVENARIUM] : ADJ of/connected with oats, oat-;

[AVENS, AVENTIS (GEN.), AVENTIOR -OR -US, AVENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ willing, cheerful, glad, with pleasure; eager, anxious; covetous;

[AVENTER] : ADV eagerly, earnestly, anxiously;

[AVEO, AVERE,] : V be eager or anxious; desire, wish for, long after, crave;

[AVEO, AVERE,] : V hail; (only imp/inf greeting/leaving; ~ jubeo => i send greetings); fare/be well

[AVERRO, AVERRERE, AVERRI, AVERSUS] : V sweep/brush away, take away, clear away (table);

[AVERRUNCO, AVERRUNCARE, AVERRUNCAVI, AVERRUNCATUS] : V avert (something bad), ward off;

[AVERSABILIS, AVERSABILIS, AVERSABILE] : ADJ repulsive, loathsome, abominable] : (from which one would turn away);

[AVERSATIO, AVERSATIONIS] : N aversion, feeling of dislike (for);

[AVERSATRIX, AVERSATRICIS] : N she who abominates/turns away from;

[AVERSIM] : ADV sidewise, advertedly;

[AVERSIO, AVERSIONIS] : N loathing, abhorrence; distraction (of attention/from the point); (for) lump sum;

[AVERSOR, AVERSARI, -, AVERSATUS SUM] : V turn oneself away in disgust/horror, recoil; avoid, shun; refuse, reject;

[AVERSOR, AVERSORIS] : N embezzler; pilferer, thief;

[AVERSOR] : to repulse.

[AVERSUM, AVERSI] : N back, back/hinder part; other side, obverse;

[AVERSUS, AVERSA -UM, AVERSIOR -OR -US, AVERSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ turned/facing away, w/back turned; behind, in rear; distant; averse; hostile;

[AVERTA, AVERTAE] : N saddle-bags, traveling bag, luggage for horseback, portmanteau; (mantica);

[AVERTARIUS, AVERTARII] : N horse that bears the averta (saddle/traveling bag), pack-horse, sumpter;

[AVERTO, AVERTERE, AVERTI, AVERSUS] : V turn away from/aside, divert, rout; disturb; withdraw; steal, misappropriate;

[AVERTO] : to turn away, avert, avoid. turn back.

[AVIA, AVIAE] : N an unidentified plant; groundsel (l+s); (also called senecio, erigeron;

[AVIA, AVIAE] : N grandmother; rooted prejudice, old wives tale; an unidentified plant;

[AVIARIUM, AVIARI(I)] : N aviary, enclosure for birds; haunt of wild birds (poet.);

[AVIARIUS, AVIARI(I)] : N bird keeper, one who has charge of poultry;

[AVIARIUS, AVIARIA, AVIARIUM] : ADJ used for birds, bird-;

[AVICELLA, AVICELLAE] : N little bird;

[AVICULA, AVICULAE] : N small bird;

[AVICULARIUS, AVICULARII] : N bird keeper, one who has charge of poultry;

[AVIDE, AVIDIUS, AVIDISSIME] : ADV greedily, hungrily, avariciously; eagerly, impatiently;

[AVIDITAS, AVIDITATIS] : N greed, covetousness; keen desire, lust/passion; appetite (food/drink), gluttony;

[AVIDITER] : ADV greedily; eagerly;

[AVIDUS, AVIDA -UM, AVIDIOR -OR -US, AVIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ greedy, eager, ardent, desirous of; avaricious, insatiable; lustful, passionate;

[AVIPES, (GEN.), AVIPEDIS] : ADJ bird-footed; fleet-footed;

[AVIS, AVIS] : N bird; sign, omen, portent;

[AVITE] : ADV from ancient times, of old;

[AVITIUM, AVITII] : N birds collectively, the bird family;

[AVITUS, AVITA, AVITUM] : ADJ ancestral, of one's ancestors, family; of/belonging to a grandfather;

[AVIUM, AVII] : N pathless region (pl.), wild waste, wilderness, desert; lonely/solitary places;

[AVIUS, AVIA, AVIUM] : ADJ out of the way, unfrequented, remote; pathless, trackless, untrodden; straying;

[AVOCAMENTUM, AVOCAMENTI] : N distraction, diversion, recreation, relaxation;

[AVOCATIO, AVOCATIONIS] : N process of diverting the attention; distraction, diversion;

[AVOCATOR, AVOCATORIS] : N one who calls off/away, one who diverts;

[AVOCATRIX, AVOCATRICIS] : N she who calls off/away, she who diverts;

[AVOCO, AVOCARE, AVOCAVI, AVOCATUS] : V call/summon away; dissuade, divert, distract; remove, take away (property);

[AVOCO] : to call away, divert.

[AVOLO, AVOLARE, AVOLAVI, AVOLATUS] : V fly/rush away/off; hasten away, flee, vanish; fly away (missile);

[AVOLSIO, AVOLSIONIS] : N process of tearing away/pulling off;

[AVOLSOR, AVOLSORIS] : N one who plucks/tears off/away;

[AVONCULUS, AVONCULI] : N maternal uncle, mother's brother, mother's sister's husband; great uncle;

[AVORRO, AVORRERE, AVORRI, AVORSUS] : V sweep/brush away, take away, clear away (table);

[AVORSOR, AVORSARI, -, AVORSATUS SUM] : V turn oneself away in disgust/horror, recoil; avoid, shun; refuse, reject;

[AVORSUS, AVORSA -UM, AVORSIOR -OR -US, AVORSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ turned/facing away, w/back turned; behind, in rear; distant; averse; hostile;

[AVORTO, AVORTERE, AVORTI, AVORSUS] : V turn away from/aside, divert, rout; disturb; withdraw; steal, misappropriate;

[AVOS, AVI] : N grandfather; forefather, ancestor;

[AVULSIO, AVULSIONIS] : N process of tearing away/pulling off;

[AVULSOR, AVULSORIS] : N one who plucks/tears off/away;

[AVUNCULUS, AVUNCULI] : N maternal uncle, mother's brother, mother's sister's husband; great uncle;

[AVUNCULUS] : maternal uncle.

[AVUS, AVI] : N grandfather; forefather, ancestor;

[AVUS] : grandfather.

[away].

[AXAMENTUM, AXAMENTI] : N religious hymns (pl.) in sarurnian measure annually sung by the salii;

[AXEDO, AXEDONIS] : N board, plank;

[AXICIA, AXICIAE] : N pair of shears;

[AXICULUS, AXICULI] : N small axle; small plank, slat; small beam/pole, pin (l+s);

[AXINOMANTIA, AXINOMANTIAE] : N divination by means of axes;

[AXIO, AXIONIS] : N little horned owl;

[AXIOMA, AXIOMATIS] : N axiom, fundamental preposition; principle (l+s);

[AXIS, AXIS] : N axle, axis, pole; chariot; the sky, heaven; north pole; region, clime;

[AXIS, AXIS] : N indian quadruped; (spotted deer?);

[AXIS, AXIS] : N plank, board;

[AXITIA, AXITIAE] : N unidentified toilet article;

[AXITIOSUS, AXITIOSA, AXITIOSUM] : ADJ extravagant in use of axitia (unidentified toilet article);

[AXITIOSUS, AXITIOSA, AXITIOSUM] : ADJ acting together, in combination; of a party; ?;

[AXON, AXONOS/IS] : N axis of a sundial; axis/roller of a ballista; line on a sundial (l+s);

[AXULUS, AXULI] : N small plank/board;

[AXUNGIA, AXUNGIAE] : N axle grease (hog/animal fat) (also used as medicament);

[AXUNGIO] : to rub c swine's fat or other grease

[AZANIUS, AZANIA, AZANIUM] : ADJ kind of pine cone; pine cones which open while yet on the tree (l+s);

[AZILA] : hound's-tongue Dacian, A. Souter p.27

[AZIRCHALBE] : calf's-snout Punic, A. Souter p.27

[AZONUS, AZONI] : N gods (pl.) who have no definite place in heaven;

[AZOTICE] : ADV azotian, in the language/manner of azotus/ahdod (esdud); (city of palestine);

[AZOTICUS, AZOTICA, AZOTICUM] : ADJ azotian, of/from azotus/ahdod (esdud); (city of palestine near the coast);

[AZOTIUS, AZOTIA, AZOTIUM] : ADJ azotian, of/from azotus/ahdod (now esdud); (city of palestine near the coast);

[AZOTUS, AZOTI] : N ahdod (now esdud); (city of palestine near the coast);

[AZYMUM, AZYMI] : N unleavened bread (pl.);

[AZYMUS, AZYMA, AZYMUM] : ADJ unleavened; pure, morally uncorrupted (l+s);

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

[BABAE] : INTERJ exclamation of surprise or amazement;

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

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

[BABULUS, BABULI] : N babbler, fool;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BACCA] : berry, pearl.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BACCHATUS] : enraged.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BACIFER] : berry-bearing.

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

[BACILLUM] : rod, a small staff.

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

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

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

[BACULA, BACULAE] : N small berry;

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BADITIS] : water-lily

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

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

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

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

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

[BAETO, BAETERE,] : V go;

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

[BAHEM] : palm-rod

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

[BAIA] : -ae palm-leaf

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BALAENA, BALAENAE] : N whale;

[BALAENA] : whale.

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

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

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

[BALANITES, BALANITAE] : N a precious stone;

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

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

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

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

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

[BALANUS] : acorn, chestnut, date.

[BALANUS] : balanite Balanites aegyptiaca

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

[BALATRO] : fool, buffoon, jester.

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

[BALATUS] : bleating of sheep, baaing.

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

[BALBE] : ADV inarticulately; obscurely;

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

[BALBUS] : stammering, stuttering, fumbling.

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

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

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

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

[BALENA, BALENAE] : N whale;

[BALENA] : whale.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BALINEOLUM, BALINEOLI] : N small bath;

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BALISCUS, BALISCI] : N bath?;

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

[BALISTARIUM, BALISTARII] : N artillery emplacement;

[BALISTARIUS, BALISTARII] : N maker of ballistas;

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

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

[BALLAENA, BALLAENAE] : N whale;

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

[BALLATOR, BALLATORIS] : N dancer?;

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

[BALLENA, BALLENAE] : N whale;

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

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

[BALLISTARIUM, BALLISTARII] : N artillery emplacement;

[BALLISTARIUS, BALLISTARII] : N maker of ballistas;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BALNEARIUS] : pertaining to the bathhouse/ bathhouse.

[BALNEARIUS] : pertaining to the bathhouse / bathhouse.

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

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

[BALNEATOR] : keeper of a bathhouse.

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

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

[BALNEOLUM, BALNEOLI] : N small bathroom;

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

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

[BALO] : to bleat

[BALO] : to bleat.

[BALSAMAM] : balsam tree / balsam gum.

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

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

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

[BALSAMUM] : balsam (cultivated) Commiphora opobalsamum

[BALSAMUM] : balsam tree/ balsam gum.

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

[BALTEOLUS, BALTEOLI] : N small girdle;

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

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

[BALTEUS] : girdle.

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

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

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

[BANCHUS, BANCHI] : N species of fish;

[BANCUS, BANCI] : N species of fish;

[BAPHEUM, BAPHEI] : N dye-house;

[BAPHEUS, BAPHEI] : N dyer;

[BAPHIUM, BAPHII] : N dye-house;

[BAPTES, BAPTAE] : N precious stone;

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

[BAPTISMUM, BAPTISMI] : N baptism;

[BAPTISMUS, BAPTISMI] : N baptism;

[BAPTISTA, BAPTISTAE] : N baptizer; baptist;

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

[BAPTIZATIO, BAPTIZATIONIS] : N baptizing, baptism;

[BAPTIZATOR, BAPTIZATORIS] : N baptizer, baptist;

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

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

[BARATHRUM] : pit, abyss / the underworld.

[BARATHRUM] : pit, abyss/ the underworld.

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

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

[BARBA] : beard, whiskers.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BARBARUS] : barbarian.

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

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

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

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

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

[BARBATUS] : bearded, having a beard.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BARCALA, BARCALAE] : N fool, simpleton;

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

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

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

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

[BARDUS] : stupid, slow, dull.

[BARIPE, BARIPES] : N precious stone;

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

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

[BARITUS] : barritus ; German war cry.

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

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

[BAROPTENUS, BAROPTENI] : N precious stone;

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

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

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

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

[BARRUS, BARRI] : N elephant;

[BARRUS] : elephant.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BASCAUDA] : a basket.

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

[BASIATIO, BASIATIONIS] : N kiss;

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

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

[BASIATOR] : one who kisses.

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

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

[BASILEUS, BASILEUS] : N king;

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

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

[BASILICANUS, BASILICANI] : N haunter of basilicas;

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

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

[BASILICE] : royally, regally.

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

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

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

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

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

[BASILICUS] : regal, royal, princely.

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

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

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

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

[BASIO] : to kiss.

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

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

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

[BASIS] : a base/ foundation/ pedestal.

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

[BASIUM] : a kiss.

[BASIUM] : kiss.

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

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

[BASTAGARIUS, BASTAGARII] : N baggage-master;

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

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

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

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

[BATALARIA, BATALARIAE] : N kind of warship;

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

[BATHRUM, BATHRI] : N base, pedestal;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BATTUARIUM, BATTUARII] : N mortar;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BEATITAS] : happiness, felicity, blessedness.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BEBER, BEBRI] : N beaver;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BELBUS, BELBI] : N hyena;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BELLATOR] : fighting man, warrior.

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

[BELLATORIUS] : warlike, martial, pugnacious.

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

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

[BELLATRIX, BELLATRICIS] : N female warrior;

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

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

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

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

[BELLE] : prettily, handsomely, charmingly.

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

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

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

[BELLICOSUS] : warlike.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BELLIGERATOR, BELLIGERATORIS] : N warrior, combatant;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BELLO] : to wage war.

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

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

[BELLOR] : to wage war.

[BELLOSUS, BELLOSA, BELLOSUM] : ADJ warlike;

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BELLULE] : ADV prettily, nicely, finely;

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

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

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

[BELLUM] : war, warfare.

[BELLUM] : war.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BENEDICE] : ADV with friendly words, kindly;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BENEFICE] : ADV beneficently;

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

[BENEFICENTIA] : kindness, benevolence, kindliness.

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

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

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

[BENEFICIENTIA, BENEFICIENTIAE] : N beneficence, kindness;

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

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

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

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

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

[BENEFICUS] : kind, generous, obliging.

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

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

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

[BENEOLENTIA, BENEOLENTIAE] : N agreeable smell;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BENEVOLENTIA] : benevolence, kindness, good will.

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

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

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

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

[BENIGNE] : kindly, generously.

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

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

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

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

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

[BENIGNUS] : kind, generous, helpful.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BEO] : to bless.

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

[BERGOMAGISTER, BERGOMAGISTERI] : N bergomeister; mayor;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BESTIA] : animal, beast.

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

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

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

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

[BETA, BETAE] : N beet, beetroot;

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

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

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

[BETACEUS, BETACEI] : N beetroot;

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

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

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

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

[BETIS, BETIS] : N beet, beetroot;

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

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

[BETO, BETERE,] : V go;

[BETULA, BETULAE] : N birch tree;

[BETULLA, BETULLAE] : N birch tree;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BIBITOR, BIBITORIS] : N drinker; tippler;

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

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

[BIBLIOPOLA, BIBLIOPOLAE] : N bookseller;

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

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

[BIBLIOTHECARIUS, BIBLIOTHECARII] : N librarian;

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

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

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

[BIBLUS, BIBLI] : N egyptian papyrus;

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

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

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

[BIBO] : to drink, quaff.

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

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

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

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

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

[BICALLIS] : foot-path, path.

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

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

[BICAMINE] : of pine Dioscorides, p.30

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

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

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

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

[BICINIUM, BICINII] : N duet;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BIDENS] : sheep, sacrificial animal.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BIFILUM, BIFILI] : N double thread;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BIGEMINUS, BIGEMINA, BIGEMINUM] : ADJ doubled;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BIPENNIS] : battle-axe.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BIS] : twice.

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

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

[BISASA] : wild rue p. 30

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BISSANICA] : cyclamen (?) p. 30

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

[BISSOLA] : horehound p. 30

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

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

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

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

[BISYLLABUS, BISYLLABA, BISYLLABUM] : ADJ disyllabic;

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

[BITO, BITERE,] : V go;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BIVIUM] : place where two ways meet.

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

[BLACHNON, BLACHNI] : N male fern;

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

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

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

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

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

[BLANDE] : carefully, softly.

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

[BLANDICULE] : ADV charmingly;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BLANDIO] : to flatter.

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

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

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

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

[BLANDITIA] : allurement, persuasion.

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

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

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

[BLANDITOR, BLANDITORIS] : N flatterer;

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

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

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

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

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

[BLANDUS] : flattering, persuasive.

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

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

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

[BLASPHEMATIO] : reviling.

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

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

[BLASPHEMO] : to revile.

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

[BLASPHEMUS, BLASPHEMI] : N blasphemer;

[BLASPHEMUS] : blasphemer,

[BLATERATIO, BLATERATIONIS] : N babbling, prattle;

[BLATERATUS, BLATERATUS] : N babbling, prattle;

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

[BLATERO, BLATERONIS] : N prater, babbler;

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

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

[BLATTA, BLATTAE] : N blood clot;

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

[BLATTA] : purple.

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

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

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

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

[BLATTERO, BLATTERONIS] : N prater, blabber;

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

[BLATTIARIUS, BLATTIARII] : N dyer in purple;

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

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

[BLECHNON, BLECHNONIS] : N wild pennyroyal;

[BLECHON, BLECHONIS] : N wild pennyroyal;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BOATUS] : bellowing.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BOLBITON, BOLBITI] : N cow dung;

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

[BOLETATIO, BOLETATIONIS] : N surfeit of mushrooms;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BOMBAX] : INTERJ Splendid! Marvelous!;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BONAE INDOLIS] : of great promise.

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

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

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

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

[BONONIA, BONONIAE] : N bologna;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BORIA, BORIAE] : N kind of jasper;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BOS] : = bouis lingua bugloss

[BOS] : bouis lingua; bugloss p. 31

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BOTELLUS, BOTELLI] : N small sausage;

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

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

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

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

[BOTRUS, BOTRI] : N grape;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BOVICIDIUM, BOVICIDII] : N slaughtering of cattle;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BRABREUM, BRABREI] : N prize; reward;

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

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

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

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

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

[BRACCHIALE, BRACCHIALIS] : N bracelet, armlet;

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

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

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

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

[BRACCHIONARIUM, BRACCHIONARII] : N bracelet;

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

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

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

[BRACHIALE, BRACHIALIS] : N bracelet, armlet;

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

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

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

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

[BRACHIONARIUM, BRACHIONARII] : N bracelet;

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

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

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

[BRACHYPOTA, BRACHYPOTAE] : N small drinker;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[BRACTEOLA, BRACTEOLAE] : N gold leaf;

[BRACTEOLA] : thin gold leaf.

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

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

[BRADIUM, BRADII] : N prize; reward;

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

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

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

[BRANCHOS, BRANCHI] : N hoarseness;

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

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

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

[BRASSICA] : cabbage Brassica Cretica

[BRASSICAE FOLIA] : cabbage-leaves

[BRASTES, BRASTAE] : N heaving, a heaver, earthquake, shaking of the earth;

[BRATTEA, BRATTEAE] : N gold leaf/foil, thin sheet of metal (esp. gold)/other material; veneer; show;

[BRATTEATOR, BRATTEATORIS] : N gold-beater, worker in gold-leaf;

[BRATTEATUS, BRATTEATA, BRATTEATUM] : ADJ gilded/gilt, covered with a (mere) veneer of gold, delusive; shining like gold;

[BRATTEOLA, BRATTEOLAE] : N gold leaf;

[BRATTIARIA, BRATTIARIAE] : N gold-beater (female), worker in gold leaf;

[BRATTIARIUS, BRATTIARI(I)] : N gold-beater, worker in gold-leaf;

[BRATUS, BRATI] : N tree (similar to cypress);

[BRAVIALIS, BRAVIALIS, BRAVIALE] : ADJ earning a prize/reward;

[BRAVIO, BRAVERE,] : V gamble;

[BRAVIUM, BRAVII] : N prize; reward;

[BRAVIUM] : reward.

[BREGMA, BREGMAE] : N defect/disease of pepper tree;

[BRENTHOS, BRENTHI] : N sea bird (unidentified);

[BREPHOTROPHEUM, BREPHOTROPHEI] : N foundling hospital; orphanage;

[BREPHOTROPHIUM, BREPHOTROPHII] : N foundling hospital; orphanage;

[BREPHOTROPHUS, BREPHOTROPHI] : N one who brings up foundlings; foster carer;

[BREVE, BREVIS] : N shallow water, shallows; a short/brief space of time; short speech, a few words;

[BREVE, BREVIS] : N short catalog, summary document;

[BREVE, BREVIS] : N papal letter, brief;

[BREVI] : ADV in a short time; shortly, briefly; in a few words; (in brevi => in brief);

[BREVIARIUM, BREVIARI(I)] : N brief account, summary statement, epitome; breviary; (~ rationum=>statistics);

[BREVIARIUS, BREVIARIA, BREVIARIUM] : ADJ in brief form, summary; abridged;

[BREVIATIO, BREVIATIONIS] : N a shortening;

[BREVIATOR, BREVIATORIS] : N epitomiser, abridger; author of a breviarium (summary statement);

[BREVICULUS, BREVICULA, BREVICULUM] : ADJ very/rather short/small; quite brief (time);

[BREVICULUS, BREVICULI] : N short writing; summary;

[BREVILOQUENS, (GEN.), BREVILOQUENTIS] : ADJ concise, brief in expression, brief;

[BREVILOQUENTIA, BREVILOQUENTIAE] : N brevity of speech, conciseness;

[BREVILOQUIS, BREVILOQUIS, BREVILOQUE] : ADJ short in speech, brief; concise; speaking briefly;

[BREVILOQUIUM, BREVILOQUII] : N brevity of speech, conciseness;

[BREVILOQUUS, BREVILOQUA, BREVILOQUUM] : ADJ short in speech, brief; concise; speaking briefly;

[BREVIO, BREVIARE, BREVIAVI, BREVIATUS] : V shorten, abridge; abbreviate (speech/writing); pronounce short;

[BREVIS IPSA VITA EST SED MALIS FIT LONGIOR. ] : PHRASE our life is short but is made longer by misfortunes.

[BREVIS, BREVE, BREVIOR -OR -US, BREVISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ short, little, small, stunted; brief, concise, quick; narrow, shallow; humble;

[BREVIS, BREVIS] : N short catalog, summary document;

[BREVIS] : short, small, brief.

[BREVITAS, BREVITATIS] : N shortness, smallness, narrowness; brevity, conciseness, terseness;

[BREVITAS] : shortness, brevity.

[BREVITER, BREVITIUS, BREVITISSIME] : ADV shortly, briefly, in a nut shell; quickly; for/within a short distance/time;

[BREVITER] : briefly.

[BREVIUM, BREVII] : N narrow places (pl.); shallows, shoals; difficulties;

[BREVIUM, BREVII] : N brief, abstract, epitome; summary document; papal documents on minor matters;

[BRIA, BRIAE] : N wine vessel;

[BRICUMUS] : wormwood

[BRIOTA, BRIOTAE] : N two-wheeled vehicle, cabriolet;

[BRIOTUS, BRIOTA, BRIOTUM] : ADJ two-wheeled, with/having two wheels;

[BRISA, BRISAE] : N refuse of grapes after pressing;

[BRITANNIA, BRITANNIAE] : N britain;

[BRITANNUS, BRITANNI] : N britons (usu, pl.);

[BRITONES] : Bretons.

[BROCCHITAS, BROCCHITATIS] : N projecting/prominence of the teeth;

[BROCCHUS, BROCCHA, BROCCHUM] : ADJ projecting/prominent (teeth); of persons having projecting/prominent teeth;

[BROCCUS, BROCCA, BROCCUM] : ADJ projecting/prominent (teeth); of persons having projecting/prominent teeth;

[BROCHON, BROCHI] : N aromatic gum-resin flowing from the bdellium tree (used in medicine/perfume);

[BROCHUS, BROCHA, BROCHUM] : ADJ projecting/prominent (teeth); of persons having projecting/prominent teeth;

[BROMATICUS, BROMATICI] : N those (pl.) who loathe food;

[BROMOS, BROMI] : N oats (greek word for oats);

[BROMOSUS, BROMOSA, BROMOSUM] : ADJ stinking, fetid;

[BRONCHIUM, BRONCHII] : N bronchial tubes;

[BRONCHOCELE, BROCHOELES] : N kind of tumor;

[BRONCUS, BRONCA, BRONCUM] : ADJ projecting/prominent (teeth); of persons having projecting/prominent teeth;

[BRONTE, BRONTES] : N thunder; name of picture of apeiles; name of one of the horses of the sun;

[BRONTEA, BRONTEAE] : N kind of meteoric stone, thunder-stone;

[BRONTES, BRONTAE] : N thunderer, title of jupiter;

[BRUCHUS, BRUCHI] : N locust; kind of wingless locust;

[BRUCOS] : maidenhair

[BRUCUS, BRUCI] : N locust; kind of wingless locust; caterpillar (oed); (agricultural pest);

[BRUMA, BRUMAE] : N winter, winter cold/weather; winter solstice; shortest day; sun position then;

[BRUMALIS, BRUMALIS, BRUMALE] : ADJ wintry; during the winter; connected with winter solstice/winter;

[BRUMARIA, BRUMARIAE] : N plant (also called leontopodium);

[BRUMARIA] : leontopodion, leontopetalon

[BRUNETUS, BRUNETA, BRUNETUM] : ADJ brown; (cloth);

[BRUNIUS, BRUNIA, BRUNIUM] : ADJ brown;

[BRUNUS, BRUNA, BRUNUM] : ADJ brown;

[BRUSCUM, BRUSCI] : N knot/excrescence on the maple tree;

[BRUTALIS, BRUTALIS, BRUTALE] : ADJ beastly, animal; brutal;

[BRUTALITAS, BRUTALITATIS] : N brutishness; insensitivity;

[BRUTALITER] : ADV brutally; brutishly; in the manner of a beast;

[BRUTES, BRUTIS] : N bride;

[BRUTESCO, BRUTESCERE,] : V become brutish/rough/unreasonable;

[BRUTEUS, BRUTEA, BRUTEUM] : ADJ brutal, brutish;

[BRUTUM, BRUTI] : N beast, animal; brute;

[BRUTUS, BRUTA, BRUTUM] : ADJ heavy, unwieldy, inert; dull, stupid, brute; irrational, insensitive, brutish;

[BRUTUS, BRUTI] : N brutus, roman cognomen; (l. junius brutus => first consul; m. j. = assassin);

[BRYA, BRYAE] : N tamarisk (local greek name), shrub (also called myrice);

[BRYON, BRYI] : N kind of fragrant lichen; moss; sea plant (oyster-green?); white poplar catkins;

[BRYONIA, BRYONIAE] : N bryony; (alba ~ => white b. bryonia dioica; nigra ~ => black b. tamus communis);

[BRYONIAS, BRYONIAE] : N bryony; (alba ~ => white b. bryonia dioica; nigra ~ => black b. tamus communis);

[BUA, BUAE] : N (natural sound made by infants asking for drink);

[BUBALINUS, BUBALINA, BUBALINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to african gazelle;

[BUBALION, BUBALII] : N wild cucumber;

[BUBALION] : a kind of cucumber

[BUBALION] : cucumber, kind of

[BUBALUS, BUBALA, BUBALUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to african gazelle;

[BUBALUS, BUBALI] : N antelope, gazelle; wild ox, buffalo;

[BUBILE, BUBILIS] : N cattle-shed, stall for cattle/oxen;

[BUBINO, BUBINARE, BUBINAVI, BUBINATUS] : V menstruate, have monthly period (woman);

[BUBLEUM, BUBLEI] : N kind of wine;

[BUBLUS, BUBLA, BUBLUM] : ADJ of/connected with cattle; bull's/cow's/ox-; consisting of cattle;

[BUBO, BUBERE,] : V cry like a bittern (bird that booms/roars like an ox during mating);

[BUBO, BUBONIS] : N horned or eagle owl (esp. as bird of ill omen);

[BUBONION, BUBONII] : N plant (aster amellus?); (useful for swelling in the groin l+s);

[BUBONIUM, BUBONII] : N plant (aster amellus?); (useful for swelling in the groin l+s);

[BUBONOCELE, BUBONOCELES] : N inguinal/groin hernia;

[BUBSEQUA, BUBSEQUAE] : N herdsman, cow-herd;

[BUBULA, BUBULAE] : N beef, meat from cattle; plant (also called buglossa), ox-tongue (l+s);

[BUBULCARIUS, BUBULCARII] : N plowman;

[BUBULCITO, BUBULCITARE, BUBULCITAVI, BUBULCITATUS] : V drive/tend cattle; be a plowman/farm laborer; be a rustic in general;

[BUBULCITOR, BUBULCITARI, -, BUBULCITATUS SUM] : V drive/tend cattle; be a plowman/farm laborer; be a rustic in general;

[BUBULCUS, BUBULCI] : N one who drives/tends cattle; teamster; plowman, farm laborer; rustic;

[BUBULINUS, BUBULINA, BUBULINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to cattle;

[BUBULO, BUBULARE, BUBULAVI, BUBULATUS] : V screech (like an owl);

[BUBULUS, BUBULA, BUBULUM] : ADJ of/connected with cattle; bull's/cow's/ox-; consisting of cattle; of ox-hide;

[BUCAEDA, BUCAEDAE] : N ox-slaughterer; one who is whipped with ox-hide thongs (l+s);

[BUCARDIA, BUCARDIAE] : N name of a precious stone;

[BUCCA, BUCCAE] : N jaw, mouth; mouthful; cheek (with blowing a trumpet); cavity (knee joint) (l+s)] :

[BUCCEA, BUCCEAE] : N morsel, mouthful;

[BUCCELLA, BUCCELLAE] : N morsel, small mouthful of food;

[BUCCELLARE, BUCCELLARIS] : N cooking utensil;

[BUCCELLARIS, BUCCELLARIS, BUCCELLARE] : ADJ ground from biscuit;

[BUCCELLATUM, BUCCELLATI] : N soldier's biscuit; hardtack;

[BUCCINA, BUCCINAE] : N bugle, watch-horn; (curved) trumpet, war trumpet; shell triton blew;

[BUCCINATOR, BUCCINATORIS] : N trumpeter; proclaimer;

[BUCCINO, BUCCINARE, BUCCINAVI, BUCCINATUS] : V give signal with/sound trumpet/horn; blow the trumpet (bucina);

[BUCCINUM, BUCCINI] : N blast on trumpet, trumpet call; kind of shellfish (used for purple dye);

[BUCCINUS, BUCCINI] : N trumpeter; epithet for the cock/rooster;

[BUCCO, BUCCONIS] : N fathead, dolt, blockhead, fool;

[BUCCONIATS, BUCCONIATIS] : N species of vine in thurium the fruit of which is picked only after first frost;

[BUCCULA, BUCCULAE] : N little cheek; mouth/cheek-piece of a helmet; part of a machine/catapult channel;

[BUCCULARIUS, BUCCULARII] : N maker of beavers for helmets (mouth/cheek piece);

[BUCCULENTUS, BUCCULENTA, BUCCULENTUM] : ADJ having fat/full cheeks; having a big mouth (l+s);

[BUCELLA, BUCELLAE] : N small mouthful of food, morsel; small bread divided among the poor (l+s);

[BUCERAS, BUCERATIS] : N plant, fenugreek (faenum graecum);

[BUCERIUS, BUCERIA, BUCERIUM] : ADJ ox-horned; horned;

[BUCERUS, BUCERA, BUCERUM] : ADJ ox-horned; horned;

[BUCETUM, BUCETI] : N pasture for cattle, cow pasture, pasture;

[BUCINA, BUCINAE] : N bugle, watch-horn; (curved) trumpet, war trumpet; shell triton blew;

[BUCINATOR, BUCINATORIS] : N trumpeter; proclaimer;

[BUCINO, BUCINARE, BUCINAVI, BUCINATUS] : V give signal with/sound trumpet/horn; blow the trumpet (bucina);

[BUCINUM, BUCINI] : N blast on trumpet, trumpet call; kind of shellfish (used for purple dye);

[BUCINUM] : trumpet-blast.

[BUCINUS, BUCINI] : N trumpeter; epithet for the cock/rooster;

[BUCITUM, BUCITI] : N pasture for cattle;

[BUCOLICOS, BUCOLIC] : ADJ pastoral (poetry), bucolic; pertaining to shepherds; pastoral;

[BUCOLICUM, BUCOLICI] : N plant (all-heal/mistletoe); bucolic poems (pl.) of virgil or theocritus;

[BUCOLICUS, BUCOLICA, BUCOLICUM] : ADJ pastoral (poetry), bucolic; pertaining to shepherds; pastoral;

[BUCONIATES, BUCONIATAE] : N species of vine;

[BUCRANIUM, BUCRANI(I)] : N ox-head, representation of one on alter; plant so shaped; place of sacrifice;

[BUCULA, BUCULAE] : N little cheek; mouth/cheek-piece of a helmet; part of a machine/catapult channel;

[BUCULA, BUCULAE] : N heifer, young cow;

[BUCULUS, BUCULI] : N young bull/ox; steer;

[BUDA, BUDAE] : N sedge;

[BUDAMA] : bugloss

[BUFALUS, BUFALI] : N antelope, gazelle; wild ox, buffalo;

[BUFO, BUFONIS] : N toad;

[BUGENES, (GEN.), BUGENSTIS] : ADJ born of/produced from an ox/bull; (as insects from a dead carcass);

[BUGILLO, BUGILLONIS] : N plant (also called ajuga reptans);

[BUGLOSSA, BUGLOSSAE] : N bugloss (herb) (prickly ox-tongue, helminthia echioides?)_;

[BUGLOSSOS, BUGLOSSI] : N bugloss (herb) (prickly ox-tongue, helminthia echioides?)_;

[BUGONIA, BUGONIAE] : N generation of bees from putrid cattle carcasses (title of work by archelaus);

[BUL, UNDECLINED] : N bul (rain), heshvan, jewish month; (eighth in ecclesiatic year); (1 kings 6] : 38);

[BULAPATHUM, BULAPATHI] : N large species of plant lapathum of genus ramex (sorrel); herb (patience) (l+s);

[BULBACEUS, BULBACEA, BULBACEUM] : ADJ bulbous, having bulbs;

[BULBATIO, BULBATIONIS] : N bulb-like formation (in a kind of stone);

[BULBINE, BULBINES] : N kind of bulbous plant;

[BULBOS, BULBI] : N bulb; onion, edible bulb;

[BULBOSUS, BULBOSA, BULBOSUM] : ADJ bulbous, having bulbs;

[BULBULUS, BULBULI] : N small bulb;

[BULBULUS] : onion, a small bulb

[BULBUS, BULBI] : N bulb; onion, edible bulb;

[BULE, BULES] : N greek council or senate;

[BULEUTA, BULEUTAE] : N member of a greek council or senate;

[BULEUTERION, BULEUTERII] : N council/senate house/chamber (greek);

[BULEUTERIUM, BULEUTERI(I)] : N council/senate house/chamber (greek);

[BULGA, BULGAE] : N bag, wallet, purse; gallic leather knapsacl; womb (slang);

[BULIMA, BULIMAE] : N great/insatiable hunger; weakness of the stomach/fainting (l+s);

[BULIMO, BULIMARE, BULIMAVI, BULIMATUS] : V have great/insatiable hunger;

[BULIMOS, BULIMI] : N great/insatiable hunger; weakness of the stomach/fainting (l+s);

[BULIMOSUS, BULIMOSA, BULIMOSUM] : ADJ afflicted with insatiable hunger;

[BULIMUS, BULIMI] : N great/insatiable hunger; weakness of the stomach/fainting (l+s);

[BULLA, BULLAE] : N bubble; boss, knob, stud; locket/amulet (usu. gold) hung round the necks of boys

[BULLA] : stud, boss, formal papal document.

[BULLATIO, BULLATIONIS] : N bulb-like formation (in a kind of stone); bubbling;

[BULLATUS, BULLATA, BULLATUM] : ADJ bombastic; with bosses/knobs; wearing/decorated with bulla/childhood locket;

[BULLESCO, BULLESCERE,] : V bubble; form bubbles;

[BULLIGO, BULLIGINIS] : N bubbling/boiling liquid; broth; bouillon;

[BULLIO, BULLIRE, BULLIVI, BULLITUS] : V bubble, boil; make bubbles; boil (with indignation);

[BULLITUS, BULLITUS] : N bubble (of water); bubbling (l+s);

[BULLO, BULLARE, BULLAVI, BULLATUS] : V bubble, boil, effervesce;

[BULLULA, BULLULAE] : N small bubble; watery vesicle/sac; small amulet/locket (bulla) for a boy;

[BUMAMMUS, BUMAMMA, BUMAMMUM] : ADJ having large clusters; with large breasts;

[BUMASTA, BUMASTAE] : N large swelling grapes; vine having such grapes;

[BUMASTUS, BUMASTA, BUMASTUM] : ADJ large swelling (like grapes); (two term adj, like m, form is noun);

[BUMASTUS, BUMASTI] : N large swelling grapes; vine having such grapes;

[BUMBULUM, BUMBULI] : N break wind; fart;

[BUMELIA, BUMELIAE] : N large (common) ash-tree (fraxinus excelsior);

[BUNDON, BUNDONIS] : N farmer;

[BUNIAS, BUNIADIS] : N kind of turnip (french turnip, brassica napus?);

[BUNION, BUNII] : N kind of turnip;

[BUNITUS, BUNITA, BUNITUM] : ADJ of/made of turnips (bunion);

[BUPAEDA, BUPAEDAE] : N a big/huge boy/youth;

[BUPAES, BUPAEDOS/IS] : N a big/huge boy/youth;

[BUPHTHALMOS, BUPHTHALMI] : N flower of chrysanthemum family (chrysanthemum coronarium?); kind of houseleek;

[BUPHTHALMUS, BUPHTHALMI] : N flower of chrysanthemum family (chrysanthemum coronarium?); kind of houseleek;

[BUPLEURON, BUPLEURI] : N plant (unidentified) (hare's-ear l+s);

[BUPRESTIS, BUPRESTIS] : N beetle (poisonous, sting cattle to swelling l+s); plant (unidentified);

[BURA, BURAE] : N plow beam, curved hinder part of the plow;

[BURDO, BURDONIS] : N mule; hinny (general term for horse/ass hybrids; pilgrim's "mule"/staff;

[BURDONARIUS, BURDONARI(I)] : N muleteer, mule skinner, mule driver;

[BURDUBASTA, BURDUBASTAE] : N (word of doubtful meaning applied as abuse to decrepit gladiator);

[BURDUNCULUS, BURDUNCULI] : N plant (barage?);

[BURGARIA, BURGARIAE] : N burglary;

[BURGARIUS, BURGARI(I)] : N inhabitant of a castle/fort; defenders of the borders/marches (pl.);

[BURGENSIS, BURGENSIS] : N citizen/burgess/burger; inabitants/residents (pl.) of a (walled) town/borough;

[BURGERIA, BURGERIAE] : N burglary;

[BURGUS, BURGI] : N castle, fort, fortress; fortified town (medieval), burough;

[BURICHUS, BURICHI] : N small horse;

[BURICUS, BURICI] : N small horse;

[BURION] : calf's-snout

[BURIS, BURIS] : N plow beam, curved hinder part of the plow;

[BURIUS, BURII] : N species of animal (unknown);

[BURRA, BURRAE] : N small cow with a red mouth/muzzle; shaggy garment; trifles (pl.), nonsense;

[BURRANICUM, BURRANICI] : N vessel; (perhaps for a burranicus drink - composed of milk and must/new wine);

[BURRANICUS, BURRANICA, BURRANICUM] : ADJ composed of milk and must/new wine (of a drink);

[BURRHINON, BURRHINI] : N plant (oxnose);

[BURRICHUS, BURRICHI] : N small horse;

[BURRICUS, BURRICI] : N small horse;

[BURRIO, BURRIRE, BURRIVI, BURRITUS] : V swarm;

[BURRUS, BURRA, BURRUM] : ADJ red;

[BURSA, BURSAE] : N purse; supply of money, funds;

[BUS, BUS] : N ox, bull; cow; cattle (pl.); (odd form mostly in varro);

[BUSELINUM, BUSELINI] : N large variety of parsley;

[BUSEQUA, BUSEQUAE] : N cow-herd, herdsman, man who looks after cattle, cowboy;

[BUSTAR, BUSTARIS] : N place where dead bodies were burned;

[BUSTICETUM, BUSTICETI] : N place where dead bodies were burned;

[BUSTIRAPUS, BUSTIRAPI] : N grave robber; tomb robber; (term of reproach l+s);

[BUSTUALIS, BUSTUALIS, BUSTUALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to the place where dead bodies were burned;

[BUSTUARIUS, BUSTUARIA, BUSTUARIUM] : ADJ connected with/frequenting tombs; (~us gladiator fights at tomb to honor dead);

[BUSTUM, BUSTI] : N tomb, grave-mound; corpse; funeral pyre, ashes; heap of ashes (remains of city);

[BUSYCON, BUSYCI] : N large fig;

[BUTEO, BUTEONIS] : N species of hawk (buzzard?); (as a cognomen);

[BUTHYSIA, BUTHYSIAE] : N sacrifice of oxen;

[BUTHYTES, BUTHYTAE] : N sacrificer of oxen;

[BUTIO, BUTIONIS] : N bittern (bird that booms/roars like an ox during mating);

[BUTOMOS] : sedge

[BUTTUBATTUM, BUTTUBATTI] : N trifles (pl.), worthless things (l+s) (decl. uncertain);

[BUTTUTI] : INTERJ (exclamation used by the Hernici of Latinum at their religious festivals);

[BUTTUTTI] : INTERJ (exclamation used by the Hernici of Latinum at their religious festivals);

[BUTUBATTUM, BUTUBATTI] : N trifles (pl.), worthless things (decl. uncertain);

[BUTURUM, BUTURI] : N butter;

[BUTUTZIM] : cabbage

[BUTYRON, BUTYRI] : N butter;

[BUTYRUM, BUTYRI] : N butter;

[BUVINO, BUVINARE, BUVINAVI, BUVINATUS] : V menstruate, have monthly period (woman);

[BUXANS, (GEN.), BUXANTIS] : ADJ characteristic of boxwood (color);

[BUXEIROSTRIS, BUXEIROSTRIS, BUXEIROSTRE] : ADJ having a beak the color of boxwood;

[BUXETUM, BUXETI] : N plantation/wood/grove of boxwood;

[BUXEUS, BUXEA, BUXEUM] : ADJ of/connected with the box-tree; of boxwood; characteristic of boxwood (color);

[BUXIARIUS, BUXIARIA, BUXIARIUM] : ADJ of/connected with the box-tree; of boxwood;

[BUXIFER, BUXIFERA, BUXIFERUM] : ADJ producing box-trees;

[BUXOSUS, BUXOSA, BUXOSUM] : ADJ resembling/like boxwood;

[BUXUM, BUXI] : N boxwood; a box tree; instrument, pipe, flute (usually made of boxwood);

[BUXUS, BUXI] : N boxwood; a box tree; instrument, pipe, flute (usually made of boxwood);

[BYBLIOTHECA, BYBLIOTHECAE] : N library (either collection of books or the building, also person in charge);

[BYRFIRA] : plaster, name of a

[BYRRUS, BYRRA, BYRRUM] : ADJ red;

[BYRRUS, BYRRI] : N short woolen cloak with a hood;

[BYSSINUM, BYSSINI] : N garment made of fine flax (byssus);

[BYSSINUS, BYSSINA, BYSSINUM] : ADJ made of fine linen/flax, fine flaxen; (~ linum => fine linen/flaxen cloth);

[BYSSUM, BYSSI] : N kind of fine flax; linen made of it (l+s); cotton;

[BYSSUS, BYSSI] : N kind of fine flax; linen made of it (l+s); cotton;

[BYSSUS] : cotton cloths, linens

[BYZANTIUM, BYZANTII] : N byzantium (city on the bosphorus, later constantinople, now istanbul);

[C, ABB.] : N gaius, roman praenomen; abbreviated c.; abbreviation for centum, 100;

[CABALLA, CABALLAE] : N mare;

[CABALLARIUS, CABALLARII] : N horseman, rider; hostler;

[CABALLATIO, CABALLATIONIS] : N fodder/feed for a horse;

[CABALLINUS, CABALLINA, CABALLINUM] : ADJ of a horse, horse-;

[CABALLIO, CABALLIONIS] : N small horse, pony; (perhaps hippocampi);

[CABALLION, CABALLII] : N plant also called cynoglossa, hartsongue, spleenwort;

[CABALLUS, CABALLI] : N horse, riding horse, packhorse; (classical usu. an inferior horse, nag);

[CABUS, CABI] : N grain measure (hebrew);

[CACABACEUS, CACABACEA, CACABACEUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a cooking/kitchen pot;

[CACABATUS, CACABATA, CACABATUM] : ADJ black/sooty like a cooking/kitchen pot; (opposite of immaculata);

[CACABO, CACABARE, CACABAVI, CACABATUS] : V cackle; natural cry of the partridge;

[CACABULUS, CACABULI] : N bell; small cooking pot (l+s), vessel;

[CACABUS, CACABI] : N cooking/kitchen pot;

[CACALIA, CACALIAE] : N plant (mercurialis tomentosa); also called leontice (l+s), colt's foot;

[CACATURIO, CACATURIRE, CACATURIVI, CACATURITUS] : V have the urge to defecate; (rude);

[CACATUS, CACATUS] : N voiding of excrement, defecation; (rude);

[CACCABACEUS, CACCABACEA, CACCABACEUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a cooking/kitchen pot;

[CACCABATUS, CACCABATA, CACCABATUM] : ADJ black/sooty like a cooking/kitchen pot; (opposite of immaculata);

[CACCABULUS, CACCABULI] : N bell; small cooking pot (l+s), vessel;

[CACCABUS, CACCABI] : N cooking/kitchen pot;

[CACCITUS, CACCITUS] : N (used in reference to a beautiful boy); (rude?);

[CACEMPHATON, CACEMPHATI] : N illsounding, a low or improper expression;

[CACHECTA, CACHECTAE] : N sickly/ailing person; consumptive;

[CACHECTICUS, CACHECTICA, CACHECTICUM] : ADJ sickly/ailing; consumptive;

[CACHEXIA, CACHEXIAE] : N consumption, wasting;

[CACHINNABILIS, CACHINNABILIS, CACHINNABILE] : ADJ of immoderate/excessive laughter; boisterous; capable of laughing; laughing;

[CACHINNATIO, CACHINNATIONIS] : N immoderate/excessive or boisterous laughter, guffawing; jeering;

[CACHINNO, CACHINNARE, CACHINNAVI, CACHINNATUS] : V laugh aloud or boisterously, guffaw; laugh loudly at;

[CACHINNO, CACHINNONIS] : N loud laughter; guffawing; jeering; one who laughs (violently) (l+s), derider;

[CACHINNOSUS, CACHINNOSA, CACHINNOSUM] : ADJ given to loud/immoderate/excessive or boisterous laughter;

[CACHINNUS, CACHINNI] : N loud/excessive/boisterous/derisive laugh, guffaw; jeer; (applied to waves);

[CACHLA, CACHLAE] : N plant (also called buphthalmos), oxeye;

[CACO, CACARE, CACAVI, CACATUS] : V defecate; defecate upon; defile with excrement; (rude);

[CACOETHES, CACAETHIS] : N malignant/obstinate tumor/disease; flaw/disease of character, passion;

[CACOMETER, CACOMETRA, CACOMETRUM] : ADJ unmetrical, faulty in meter;

[CACOMETRUS, CACOMETRA, CACOMETRUM] : ADJ unmetrical, faulty in meter;

[CACOPHATON, CACOPHATI] : N union of ugly/disagreeable sounds forming equivocal word/expression; cacophony;

[CACOPHONIA, CACOPHONIAE] : N ugly/disagreeable sound formed by meeting of syllables/words; cacophony;

[CACOSYNTHETON, CACOSYNTHETI] : N ugly-sounding group of letters/words; incorrect connection of words (l+s);

[CACOZELIA, CACOZELIAE] : N bad taste; affection of style; bad/faulty/awkward imitation (l+s);

[CACOZELON] : ADJ stylistically affected; in bad taste;

[CACOZELOS, CACOZELOS] : ADJ stylistically affected; in bad taste;

[CACOZELOS] : ADV with stylistically affection; in bad taste;

[CACOZELUS, CACOZELA, CACOZELUM] : ADJ stylistically affected; bad imitator/imitation of; in bad taste;

[CACTOS, CACTI] : N cardoon (cynara cardunculus), spanish artichoke; (prickly plant w/edible stalk);

[CACTUS, CACTI] : N cardoon (cynara cardunculus), spanish artichoke; anything thorny/unpleasant;

[CACULA, CACULAE] : N soldier's servant/slave, batman, orderly; servant;

[CACULATUM, CACULATI] : N servitude; (esp. of a soldier's servant);

[CACULATUS, CACULATUS] : N servitude; (esp. of a soldier's servant);

[CACUMEN, CACUMINIS] : N top, peak, summit; shoot, blade of grass, tip of tree/branch; zenith; limit;

[CACUMEN] : apex, peak.

[CACUMINO, CACUMINARE, CACUMINAVI, CACUMINATUS] : V make pointed or tapered; sharpen;

[CACUS, CACI] : N cacus, giant son of vulcan; (lived on mt aventius); servant (l+s);

[CADAVER, CADAVERIS] : N corpse, cadaver, dead body; ruined city;

[CADAVER] : corpse.

[CADAVERINA, CADAVERINAE] : N carrion, flesh of a carcass;

[CADAVERINUS, CADAVERINA, CADAVERINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to carrion, carrion-;

[CADAVEROSUS, CADAVEROSA, CADAVEROSUM] : ADJ like that of a corpse/dead body; cadaverous; ghastly;

[CADIALIS, CADIALIS, CADIALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to a jar;

[CADIUM, CADI(I)] : N small jar;

[CADIVUS, CADIVA, CADIVUM] : ADJ fallen (fruit), windfall; having the falling sickness/epilepsy (l+s), epileptic;

[CADMEA, CADMEAE] : N zinc oxide, calamine; dross/slag formed in a furnace (l+s); citadel of thebes;

[CADMIA, CADMIAE] : N zinc oxide, calamine; dross/slag formed in a furnace (l+s);

[CADMITIS, CADMITIDIS] : N a precious stone;

[CADO, CADERE, CECIDI, CASUSUS] : V fall, sink, drop, plummet, topple; be slain, die; end, cease, abate; decay;

[CADO] : to fall, drop, plummet, topple.

[CADUCARIUS, CADUCARIA, CADUCARIUM] : ADJ relating to property without a master; epileptic;

[CADUCEATOR, CADUCEATORIS] : N herald bearing a staff (caduceus) sent by non-roman generals; priest's servant;

[CADUCEATUS, CADUCEATA, CADUCEATUM] : ADJ having/bearing the heralds wand/staff (caduceus);

[CADUCEUM, CADUCEI] : N herald's staff carried as token of peace/truce; wand of mercury;

[CADUCEUS, CADUCEI] : N herald's staff carried as token of peace/truce; wand of mercury;

[CADUCIFER, CADUCIFERA, CADUCIFERUM] : ADJ staff-bearer, i.e. mercury;

[CADUCITER] : ADV precipitately, headlong;

[CADUCUM, CADUCI] : N property without/that cannot be taken by an heir; unowned/escheated estate;

[CADUCUS, CADUCA, CADUCUM] : ADJ ready to fall; tottering/unsteady; falling, fallen; doomed; perishable; futile;

[CADUCUS, CADUCA, CADUCUM] : ADJ escheatable, (property) that is/can not be taken by heir/legatee (goes to state)

[CADURCUM, CADURCI] : N coverlet (of cadurcian/french linen); the marriage bed;

[CADUS, CADI] : N jar, large jar for wine/oil/liquids; urn, funeral urn; money jar (l+s);

[CADYTAS, CADYTAE] : N parasitic plant (syrian) (cassyta filiformis), dodder;

[CAECATOR, CAECATORIS] : N one who obstructs/stops a fountain; (one who makes blind);

[CAECIAS, CAECIAE] : N east-north-east wind;

[CAECIGENUS, CAECIGENA, CAECIGENUM] : ADJ born blind;

[CAECILIA, CAECILIAE] : N blind-worm; kind of lizard/lettuce (l+s);

[CAECILIANA] : a specific type of lettuce Pliny, Historia Naturalis, Liber xxviii

[CAECITAS, CAECITATIS] : N blindness; mental/moral blindness, lack of discernment;

[CAECITUDO, CAECITUDINIS] : N blindness; (caecitudo nocturna => night blindness);

[CAECO, CAECARE, CAECAVI, CAECATUS] : V blind; obscure, confuse, hide; morally blind; (astu ~ => throw dust, deceive);

[CAECULTO, CAECULTARE, CAECULTAVI, CAECULTATUS] : V be dim-sighted, see badly, be almost blind; be like one blind/unseeing;

[CAECUS, CAECA -UM, CAECIOR -OR -US, CAECISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ blind; unseeing; dark, gloomy, hidden, secret; aimless, confused, random; rash;

[CAECUS] : blind, sightless.

[CAECUTIENTIA, CAECUTIENTIAE] : N blindness; (erasmus);

[CAECUTIO, CAECUTIRE,] : V be blind, see poorly/faultily;

[CAECUTTIO, CAECUTTIRE,] : V be blind, see poorly/faultily;

[CAEDES, CAEDIS] : N murder, slaughter; assassination; feuding; persons slain, victims; blood, gore;

[CAEDES] : carnage.

[CAEDIS, CAEDIS] : N murder, slaughter; assassination; feuding; persons slain, victims; blood, gore;

[CAEDO, CAEDERE, CAECIDI, CAESUS] : V chop, hew, cut out/down/to pieces; strike, smite, murder; slaughter; sodomize;

[CAEDO, CAEDERE, CECIDI, CAESUS] : V chop, hew, cut out/down/to pieces; strike, smite, murder; slaughter; sodomize;

[CAEDO] : to fall, kill

[CAEDUUS, CAEDUA, CAEDUUM] : ADJ ready/suitable for felling (tree);

[CAEL, UNDECLINED] : N heaven, sky; universe, world; space; air, weather; jehovah; (shortened form);

[CAELA, CAELAE] : N kind of beer (made in spain);

[CAELAMEN, CAELAMINIS] : N bas-relief, low relief carving; raised ornamentation;

[CAELATOR, CAELATORIS] : N engraver, carver, worker in bas-relief;

[CAELATUM, CAELATI] : N embossed/engraved work (esp. in gold/silver);

[CAELATURA, CAELATURAE] : N engraving/carving (art/process); engraved work, engraving/carving (product);

[CAELEBS, (GEN.), CAELIBIS] : ADJ unmarried (usu. men), single, widowed, divorced; celibate; not supporting vines;

[CAELEBS, CAELIBIS] : N unmarried man, bachelor, widower; celibate (eccl.);

[CAELEBS] : celibate.

[CAELEPS, (GEN.), CAELIBIS] : ADJ unmarried (usu. men), single, widowed, divorced; not supporting vines (trees);

[CAELEPS, CAELIBIS] : N unmarried man, bachelor, widower;

[CAELES, (GEN.), CAELITIS] : ADJ heavenly; celestial (not found in nom s);

[CAELES, CAELITIS] : N the gods (usu. pl.); divinity, dweller in heaven;

[CAELESTE, CAELESTIS] : N supernatural/heavenly matters (pl.); the heavenly bodies; astronomy;

[CAELESTIS, CAELESTE, CAELESTIOR -OR -US, CAELESTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ heavenly, of the heavens/sky, from heaven/sky; celestial; divine; of the gods;

[CAELESTIS, CAELESTIS] : N divinity, god/goddess; god-like person; the gods (pl.);

[CAELESTIS] : heavenly, celestial / noun, a god, dweller in heaven.

[CAELESTIS] : heavenly, celestial/ noun, a god, dweller in heaven.

[CAELI] : skies, heavens, vault of heauen.

[CAELIA, CAELIAE] : N kind of beer; (spanish l+s);

[CAELIBALIS, CAELIBALIS, CAELIBALE] : ADJ (~ hasta => small spear/pin with which bride's hair was divided into 6 locks);

[CAELIBARIS, CAELIBARIS, CAELIBARE] : ADJ (~ hasta => small spear/pin with which bride's hair was divided into 6 locks);

[CAELIBATUS, CAELIBATUS] : N state of not being married; single life; celibacy;

[CAELICOLA, CAELICOLAE] : N heaven dweller; deity, god/goddess; worshiper of the heavens (l+s);

[CAELIFER, CAELIFERA, CAELIFERUM] : ADJ supporting the sky/heavens;

[CAELIFLUUS, CAELIFLUA, CAELIFLUUM] : ADJ flowing from heaven;

[CAELIGENUS, CAELIGENA, CAELIGENUM] : ADJ of heavenly birth/origin, heaven born;

[CAELIGER, CAELIGERA, CAELIGERUM] : ADJ heaven supporting;

[CAELIPOTENS, (GEN.), CAELIPOTENTIS] : ADJ powerful in heaven;

[CAELITUS] : ADV from heaven; heavenly; from the emperor (l+s); divine;

[CAELITUS] : from heaven.

[CAELO, CAELARE, CAELAVI, CAELATUS] : V carve, make raised work/relief; engrave, emboss; chase, finish; embroider;

[CAELUM, CAELI] : N chisel; engraving tool; burin;

[CAELUM, CAELI] : N heaven, sky, heavens; space; air, climate, weather; universe, world; jehovah;

[CAELUM, NON ANIMUM MUTANT, QUI TRANS MARE CURRUNT. ] : PHRASE the sky, and not his soul, changes the one who runs across the sea.

[CAELUM] : sky, heaven.

[CAELUS, CAELI] : N heaven, sky, heavens; space; air, climate, weather; universe, world; jehovah;

[CAELUS, CAELI] : N heaven (eccl.); the heavens (pl.); (regnum caeliorm => kingdom of heaven);

[CAEMENTA, CAEMENTAE] : N small stones, rubble (for concrete); quarry stones (for walls) (l+s); chips;

[CAEMENTARIUS, CAEMENTARI(I)] : N worker in concrete; stone cutter, mason, builder of walls (l+s);

[CAEMENTICIUM, CAEMENTICII] : N concrete (undressed stones/rubble, lime and sand); unhewn/quarried stone (l+s);

[CAEMENTICIUS, CAEMENTICIA, CAEMENTICIUM] : ADJ of concrete (undressed stones/rubble, lime and sand); of unhewn stones (l+s);

[CAEMENTITIUM, CAEMENTITII] : N concrete (undressed stones/rubble, lime and sand); unhewn/quarried stone (l+s);

[CAEMENTITIUS, CAEMENTITIA, CAEMENTITIUM] : ADJ of concrete (undressed stones/rubble, lime and sand); of unhewn stones (l+s);

[CAEMENTUM, CAEMENTI] : N small stones, rubble (for concrete); quarry stones (for walls) (l+s); chips;

[CAEMENTUM, CAEMENTI] : N cement;

[CAEMETERIUM, CAEMETERII] : N cemetery;

[CAENA, CAENAE] : N dinner/supper, principle roman meal (evening); course; meal; company at dinner;

[CAENACULARIUS, CAENACULARIA, CAENACULARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a garret/attic;

[CAENACULUM, CAENACULI] : N attic, garret (often let as lodging); upstairs dining room; top/upper story;

[CAENATICUS, CAENATICA, CAENATICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to (a) dinner;

[CAENATIO, CAENATIONIS] : N dining-room; dining hall;

[CAENATIUNCULA, CAENATIUNCULAE] : N small dining-room;

[CAENATOR, CAENATORIS] : N diner; dinner guest;

[CAENATORIUM, CAENATORII] : N dining room, hall; evening dress, dinner wear (pl.);

[CAENATORIUS, CAENATORIA, CAENATORIUM] : ADJ of/used for dining; pertaining to dinner or the table;

[CAENATURIO, CAENATURIRE,] : V desire to dine; have an appetite for dinner;

[CAENATUS, CAENATA, CAENATUM] : ADJ having dined/eaten; supplied with dinner;

[CAENCENATIO, CAENCENATIONIS] : N dinner party; (cicero from greek); supping together, table companionship (l+s);

[CAENITO, CAENITARE, CAENITAVI, CAENITATUS] : V dine/eat habitually (in a particular place/manner); have dinner, dine (often);

[CAENO, CAENARE, CAENAVI, CAENATUS] : V dine, eat dinner/supper; have dinner with; dine on, make a meal of;

[CAENOSITAS, CAENOSITATIS] : N dirty/foul/muddy place;

[CAENOSUS, CAENOSA -UM, CAENOSIOR -OR -US, CAENOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ muddy; filthy, foul; slimy, marshy; impure;

[CAENULA, CAENULAE] : N little dinner/supper;

[CAENULENTUS, CAENULENTA, CAENULENTUM] : ADJ covered in mud/filth; muddy, filthy, slimy;

[CAENUM, CAENI] : N mud, mire, filth, slime, dirt, uncleanness; (of persons) scum/filth;

[CAEPA, CAEPAE] : N onion (allium capa); (used as term of abuse);

[CAEPARIA, CAEPARIAE] : N disease in the private parts;

[CAEPARIUS, CAEPARII] : N grower of onions; trader in onions (l+s);

[CAEPATICUS, CAEPATICA, CAEPATICUM] : ADJ resembling an onion;

[CAEPE, CAEPIS] : N onion (allium capa);

[CAEPETUM, CAEPETI] : N onion bed;

[CAEPINA, CAEPINAE] : N onion bed/field;

[CAEPOSUS, CAEPOSA, CAEPOSUM] : ADJ abounding in onions; full of onions;

[CAEPULLA, CAEPULLAE] : N onion bed/field;

[CAEREFOLIUM, CAEREFOLI(I)] : N chervil (anthiscus cerefolium);

[CAEREFOLIUM] : chervil Anthriscus cerefolium J.I. Miller calaminthe ; calamint

[CAEREMONIA, CAEREMONIAE] : N ceremony; sacred rite/ritual/usage; holy dread, reverence, worship; sanctity;

[CAEREMONIAL, CAEREMONIALIS] : N ceremonial; system of rules observed on certain occasions/at times of worship;

[CAEREMONIALIS, CAEREMONIALIS, CAEREMONIALE] : ADJ ceremonial; pertaining to a religious/sacred rite/ritual/usage;

[CAERIMONIA, CAERIMONIAE] : N ceremony; sacred rite/ritual/usage; holy dread, reverence, worship; sanctity;

[CAERIMONIALIS, CAERIMONIALIS, CAERIMONIALE] : ADJ ceremonial; pertaining to a religious/sacred rite/ritual/usage;

[CAERIMONIOR, CAERIMONIARI,] : V treat with due ceremony; worship;

[CAERIMONIOSUS, CAERIMONIOSA, CAERIMONIOSUM] : ADJ pertaining/devoted to religious/sacred rite/ritual/usage;

[CAERIMONIUM, CAERIMONI(I)] : N ceremony; sacred rite/ritual/usage; holy dread, reverence, worship; sanctity;

[CAERNOPHORUS, CAERNOPHORI] : N bearer of the cernus (vessel for holding offerings);;

[CAERULANS, (GEN.), CAERULANTIS] : ADJ colored blue; dark colored; sky blue;

[CAERULEATUS, CAERULEATA, CAERULEATUM] : ADJ colored with blue; dark blue, dark colored (l+s); sky blue;

[CAERULEUM, CAERULEI] : N blue color (dark); steel color; the sky/sea (pl.); deep blue sea; blue sky;

[CAERULEUM, CAERULEI] : N azurite; kind of blue glass;

[CAERULEUS, CAERULEA, CAERULEUM] : ADJ blue, cerulean, dark; greenish-blue, azure; of river/sea deities; of sky/sea;

[CAERULEUS, CAERULEI] : N epithet for river/sea deities;

[CAERULUM, CAERULI] : N blue color (dark); steel color; the sky/sea (pl.); deep blue sea; blue sky;

[CAERULUM, CAERULI] : N azurite; kind of blue glass;

[CAERULUS, CAERULA, CAERULUM] : ADJ blue, cerulean, dark; greenish-blue, azure; of river/sea deities; of sky/sea;

[CAERULUS, CAERULI] : N epithet for river/sea deities;

[CAESA, CAESAE] : N cut; (of a sword/knife/spear);

[CAESAR, CAESARIS] : N caesar, cognomen of julian gens; (c. julius ~); (adopted by emperors); emperor;

[CAESARIANUM, CAESARIANI] : N an eye salve;

[CAESARIATUS, CAESARIATA, CAESARIATUM] : ADJ having long/flowing/luxuriant hair/plume; having lush vegetation/foliage;

[CAESARIES, CAESARIEI] : N hair; long/flowing/luxuriant hair; dark/beautiful hair; plume (of a helmet);

[CAESICIUS, CAESICIA, CAESICIUM] : ADJ bluish; dark blue;

[CAESIM] : ADV by chopping/cutting; by hewing/slashing; with the sword edge; in short clauses;

[CAESIO, CAESIONIS] : N chopping/cutting/hewing down (trees);

[CAESITAS, CAESITATIS] : N blue; blueness; ;

[CAESITIUS, CAESITIA, CAESITIUM] : ADJ bluish; dark blue;

[CAESIUS, CAESIA -UM, -, CAESISSUMUS -A -UM] : ADJ gray, gray-blue, steel-colored; having gray/gray-blue/steel-colored eyes;

[CAESNA, CAESNAE] : N dinner/supper, principle roman meal (evening); course, dish; company at dinner;

[CAESO, CAESONIS] : N kaeso (caeso), roman praenomen; abbreviated k.;

[CAESOR, CAESORIS] : N hewer, one who hews; hewer (of wood); (stone) breaker;

[CAESPES, CAESPITIS] : N grassy ground, grass; earth; sod, turf; altar/rampart/mound of sod/turf/earth;

[CAESPITATOR, CAESPITATORIS] : N stumbler; shying horse;

[CAESPITICIUS, CAESPITICIA, CAESPITICIUM] : ADJ made of turf;

[CAESPITO, CAESPITARE, CAESPITAVI, CAESPITATUS] : V stumble;

[CAESPOSUS, CAESPOSA, CAESPOSUM] : ADJ abounding in grass/turf;

[CAESTICILLUS, CAESTICILLI] : N small ring/hoop placed on the head to support a burden;

[CAESTOS, CAESTI] : N band supporting the breasts (esp. girdle of venus); girdle/belt/girth/strap;

[CAESTUS, CAESTI] : N band supporting the breasts (esp. girdle of venus); girdle/belt/girth/strap;

[CAESTUS, CAESTUS] : N boxing-glove, strip of leather weighted with lead/iron tied to boxer's hands;

[CAESULLUS, CAESULLA, CAESULLUM] : ADJ gray-eyed, having gray eyes;

[CAESUM, CAESI] : N comma; pause, stop;

[CAESURA, CAESURAE] : N cutting (down/off), felling (of trees); that which was cut off; pause in verse;

[CAESURATIM] : ADV with pauses in short clauses;

[CAESUS, CAESUS] : N cutting, cutting off;

[CAETERA] : the rest, that remaining

[CAETERA] : the rest, that remaining.

[CAETERUS, CAETERA, CAETERUM] : ADJ the other; the others (pl.). the remaining/rest, all the rest;

[CAETRA, CAETRAE] : N caetra (small light shield) (spanish); elephant's hide;

[CAETRATUS, CAETRATA, CAETRATUM] : ADJ armed with the caetra (small light shield);

[CAETRATUS, CAETRATI] : N soldier armed with the caetra (small light shield); greek peltest;

[CAF, UNDECLINED] : N kaf; (11th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as k and ch);

[CAIA, CAIAE] : N cudgel;

[CAIATIO, CAIATIONIS] : N striking/cudgeling/beating of children;

[CAIO, CAIARE, CAIAVI, CAIATUS] : V beat, thrash, cudgel;

[CALA, CALAE] : N firewood; piece of firewood;

[CALABRIX, CALABRICIS] : N kind of thorn tree; (perh. hawthorn); (perh. buckthorn l+s);

[CALAMARIUS, CALAMARIA, CALAMARIUM] : ADJ for holding pens; pertaining to a writing reed;

[CALAMELLUS, CALAMELLI] : N small/little (writing) reed/pen;

[CALAMENTUM, CALAMENTI] : N dead wood, withered/dry wood/vine;

[CALAMINTHE, CALAMINTHES] : N plant, kind of mint;

[CALAMISTER, CALAMISTRI] : N curling-tongs/iron; excessive flourish in discourse;

[CALAMISTRATUS, CALAMISTRATA, CALAMISTRATUM] : ADJ curled with the curling-iron; having hair curled, effeminately adorned;

[CALAMISTRUM, CALAMISTRI] : N curling-tongs/iron; excessive flourish in discourse;

[CALAMITAS, CALAMITATIS] : N loss, damage, harm; misfortune/disaster; military defeat; blight, crop failure;

[CALAMITAS] : calamity, misfortune, disaster, loss.

[CALAMITAS] : calamity, misfortune, disaster.

[CALAMITESES, CLAMITAE] : N small green frog;

[CALAMITOSE] : ADV disastrously; unfortunately, miserably; destructively;

[CALAMITOSUS, CALAMITOSA, CALAMITOSUM] : ADJ calamitous; ruinous, destructive; liable to damage/disaster; damaged/miserable;

[CALAMITOSUS] : disastrous.

[CALAMOCHNUS, CALAMOCHNI] : N deposit/efforescence of salt on reeds; sea foam (l+s); (in pure latin adarca);

[CALAMUS ODORATUS] : sweet cane

[CALAMUS, CALAMI] : N reed, cane; reed pen; reed/pan pipe; arrow; fishing pole; stalk; sweet flag;

[CALAMUS, CALAMI] : N branch; arm; branch of a candelabrum;

[CALAMUS] : anything made or reed -- pen, arrow, pipe, etc.

[CALASIS, CALASIS] : N kind of (woman's) tunic;

[CALATHISCUS, CALATHISCI] : N small wicker basket;

[CALATHUS, CALATHI] : N wicker basket, flower basket; wine-cup; milk pail; cheese/curdled milk bowl;

[CALATINA, CALATINAE] : N plant (gentian);

[CALATIO, CALATIONIS] : N convoking, calling, summoning;

[CALATOR, CALATORIS] : N personal attendant, servant, footman; servant of a priest;

[CALATORIUS, CALATORIA, CALATORIUM] : ADJ pertaining to a servant of a priest;

[CALAUTICA, CALAUTICAE] : N kind of woman's headdress; (fell down to the shoulders); (kind of veil?);

[CALBEUS, CALBEI] : N arm-band/filet worn for ornamental/medical purposes;

[CALCANEUM, CALCANEI] : N heel; (rare form for calx);

[CALCANEUS, CALCANEI] : N heel; (rare form for calx);

[CALCAR, CALCARIS] : N spur (for horse); spur, incitement, stimulus; spur of a cock;

[CALCAR, -IS] : spur.

[CALCARENSIS, CALCARENSIS] : N lime burner; worker at the lime kiln/works;

[CALCARENSIS, CALCARENSIS, CALCARENSE] : ADJ of/connected with a lime quarry/kiln/works;

[CALCARIA, CALCARIAE] : N lime quarry; lime kiln; lime works;

[CALCARIARIUS, CALCARIARIA, CALCARIARIUM] : ADJ of/connected with a lime quarry/kiln/works; connected with burning for lime;

[CALCARIENSIS, CALCARIENSIS, CALCARIENSE] : ADJ of/connected with a lime quarry/kiln/works;

[CALCARIUS, CALCARIA, CALCARIUM] : ADJ designed for burning lime; pertaining to lime; lime-;

[CALCARIUS, CALCARII] : N lime burner; worker at the lime kiln/works;

[CALCATA, CALCATAE] : N filling for ditches/facines/ramparts? crates?;

[CALCATOR, CALCATORIS] : N one who treads (in a treadmill); one who treads grapes;

[CALCATORI, CALCATORIIS] : N wine press;

[CALCATRIX, CALCATRICIS] : N she who treads; she who despises/condemns (something);

[CALCATURA, CALCATURAE] : N treading (in a treadmill/wine);

[CALCATUS, CALCATA, CALCATUM] : ADJ trite, hackneyed;

[CALCATUS, CALCATUS] : N treading (in a treadmill);

[CALCEAMEN, CALCEAMINIS] : N shoe; footwear;

[CALCEAMENTARIUS, CALCEAMENTARI(I)] : N shoemaker; dealer/merchant in shoes;

[CALCEAMENTUM, CALCEAMENTI] : N shoe; instrument for stretching hides;

[CALCEARIA, CALCEARIAE] : N shoe shop/store;

[CALCEARIUM, CALCEARI(I)] : N shoe money/allowance;

[CALCEARIUS, CALCEARI(I)] : N shoemaker; dealer/merchant in shoes;

[CALCEATA] : paved road.

[CALCEATOR, CALCEATORIS] : N shoemaker;

[CALCEATUS, CALCEATUS] : N shoe; footwear; sandal;

[CALCEDONIUS, CALCEDONII] : N chalcedony; (stone of third foundation of new jerusalem in revelations 21] : 19);

[CALCENDIX, CALCENDICIS] : N murex, purple-fish; a shellfish from which (royal) purple dye was obtained);

[CALCEO, CALCEARE, CALCEAVI, CALCEATUS] : V put shoes on, furnish with shoes; shoe (horses); put feet in something;

[CALCEOLARIUS, CALCEOLARI(I)] : N shoemaker;

[CALCEOLUS, CALCEOLI] : N shoe; slipper; small shoe (l+s); half-boot;

[CALCETUM, CALCETI] : N plant (unidentified);

[CALCEUS, CALCEI] : N shoe; soft shoe, slipper; (~ mullei/patricii => red shoe for ex-curule senator);

[CALCIAMEN, CALCIAMINIS] : N shoe; footwear;

[CALCIAMENTARIUS, CALCIAMENTARI(I)] : N shoemaker; dealer/merchant in shoes;

[CALCIAMENTUM, CALCIAMENTI] : N shoe; instrument for stretching hides;

[CALCIARIA, CALCIARIAE] : N shoe shop/store;

[CALCIARIUM, CALCIARI(I)] : N shoe money/allowance;

[CALCIARIUS, CALCIARI(I)] : N shoemaker; dealer/merchant in shoes;

[CALCIATOR, CALCIATORIS] : N shoemaker;

[CALCIATUS, CALCIATUS] : N shoe; footwear; sandal;

[CALCIFRAGA, CALCIFRAGAE] : N rock-plant (empetros); unknown plant (removes bladder stones); (haristongue?);

[CALCIO, CALCIARE, CALCIAVI, CALCIATUS] : V put shoes on, furnish with shoes, shoe (horses); put feet in something;

[CALCIOLARIUS, CALCIOLARI(I)] : N shoemaker;

[CALCIS, CALCIS] : N lead vial/bottle/jar;

[CALCITRATUS, CALCITRATUS] : N kicking with the heels;

[CALCITRO, CALCITRARE, CALCITRAVI, CALCITRATUS] : V kick with the heels, kick; be refractory; resist; kick convulsively (dying);

[CALCITRO, CALCITRONIS] : N one that kicks/is inclined to kick with the heels, kicker;

[CALCITROSUS, CALCITROSI] : N one inclined/apt to kick with the heels, kicker;

[CALCITROSUS, CALCITROSA, CALCITROSUM] : ADJ inclined/apt to kick with the heels, kicking;

[CALCO, CALCARE, CALCAVI, CALCATUS] : V tread/trample upon/under foot, crush; tamp/ram down; spurn; copulate (cock);

[CALCO] : to tread, trample upon.

[CALCO] : to tread, trample upon, tread under foot.

[CALCULARIUS, CALCULARIA, CALCULARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to calculations; (~ error => error in reckoning);

[CALCULATIO, CALCULATIONIS] : N computation, calculation, reckoning; stone (kidney/bladder), calculus;

[CALCULATOR, CALCULATORIS] : N one versed in/teacher of arithmetic; calculator, bookkeeper, accountant;

[CALCULATORIUS, CALCULATORIA, CALCULATORIUM] : ADJ used in making (arithmetic) calculations; pertaining to an accountant;

[CALCULATURA, CALCULATURAE] : N calculating, arithmetic;

[CALCULENSIS, CALCULENSIS, CALCULENSE] : ADJ found in pebbly places; pertaining to stones;

[CALCULO, CALCULARE, CALCULAVI, CALCULATUS] : V calculate, compute, reckon; consider as; esteem;

[CALCULO, CALCULONIS] : N calculator, computer, accountant;

[CALCULOSUS, CALCULOSA, CALCULOSUM] : ADJ full of pebbles, pebbly; knobby; suffering from stones (kidney/bladder);

[CALCULOSUS, CALCULOSI] : N one suffering from/afflicted with kidney/bladder stones;

[CALCULUS, CALCULI] : N small weight; live coal (def);

[CALCULUS, CALCULI] : N pebble; (bladder) stone; piece for reckoning/voting/game; calculation;

[CALCULUS] : pebble, stone.

[CALCUS, CALCI] : N small weight;

[CALDA, CALDAE] : N hot water; warm water;

[CALDAMENTUM, CALDAMENTI] : N fermentation;

[CALDARIA, CALDARIAE] : N warm bath;

[CALDARIOLA, CALDARIOLAE] : N small vessel for heating fluids;

[CALDARIUM, CALDARI(I)] : N the caldarium, a hot bathing room; hot bath;

[CALDARIUS, CALDARIA, CALDARIUM] : ADJ used/suitable for warming/hot water; warm; for plastering bath walls; by heat;

[CALDICEREBRIUS, CALDICEREBRIA, CALDICEREBRIUM] : ADJ hot-headed;

[CALDICUS, CALDICA, CALDICUM] : ADJ (descriptive of a kind of fig);

[CALDOR, CALDORIS] : N heat, warmth;

[CALDUM, CALDI] : N drink of wine and hot water; heat, hot;

[CALDUS, CALDA -UM, CALDIOR -OR -US, CALDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ warm, hot; fiery, lusty; eager, rash, on the spot; having a warm climate/place;

[CALECO, CALECARE, CALECAVI, CALECATUS] : V coat with lime/whitewash, whitewash;

[CALEDONIA, CALEDONIAE] : N caledonia, scotland, northern part of britain;

[CALEFACIO, CALEFACERE, CALEFECI, CALEFACTUS] : V make warm/hot (exertion/fermentation); heat; excite, rouse; vex, trouble;

[CALEFACTABILIS, CALEFACTABILIS, CALEFACTABILE] : ADJ that can be warmed/made hot;

[CALEFACTIO, CALEFACTIONIS] : N heating, warming, making (a bath) warm;

[CALEFACTO, CALEFACTARE, CALEFACTAVI, CALEFACTATUS] : V heat, warm; make a person warm by beating;

[CALEFACTORIUS, CALEFACTORIA, CALEFACTORIUM] : ADJ that has a warming/heating power; warming;

[CALEFACTUS, CALEFACTUS] : N action of heating/warming;

[CALEFACTUS, CALEFACTA, CALEFACTUM] : ADJ heated, warmed; excited, roused; (calefacta ora => flushed);

[CALEFIO, CALEFIERI, -, CALEFACTUS SUM] : V be made/become/be warm/hot/heated;

[CALENDA, CALENDAE] : N kalends (pl.), 1st of month; abb. kal./kl.; day of proclamation, interest due;

[CALENDARIA, CALENDARIAE] : N ledger, account book, book in which monthly interest payments were recorded;

[CALENTER] : ADV skillfully, cunningly;

[CALEO, CALERE, CALUI] : V be/feel/be kept warm; be hot with passion/inflamed/active/driven hotly/urged;

[CALEO] : to be warmed, be inflamed.

[CALESCO, CALESCERE,] : V grow warm or hot; be heated; become inflamed (w/love/lust); be inspired;

[CALFACIO, CALFACERE, CALFECI, CALFACTUS] : V make warm/hot (exertion/fermentation); heat; excite, rouse; vex, trouble;

[CALFICIO, CALFICERE,] : V make warm/hot (exertion/fermentation); heat; excite, rouse; vex, trouble;

[CALIANDRUM, CALIANDRI] : N woman's wig, head-dress of false hair;

[CALICATUS, CALICATA, CALICATUM] : ADJ plastered with lime; whitewashed;

[CALICELLUS, CALICELLI] : N little/small cup;

[CALICIA, CALICIAE] : N plant (unknown); (according to pythagoras made water freeze);

[CALICLARIUM, CALICLARII] : N cupboard, sideboard, place where cups stand;

[CALICO, CALICARE, CALICAVI, CALICATUS] : V coat with lime/whitewash, whitewash;

[CALICULUS, CALICULI] : N calyx/cup of a flower; shell (sea urchin); (maybe confused with calyculus);

[CALICULUS, CALICULI] : N small cup/goblet; polyp sucker; artificial hollow (obstacle to horse); pothole;

[CALIDA, CALIDAE] : N hot water; warm water;

[CALIDARIA, CALIDARIAE] : N warm bath;

[CALIDARIUM, CALIDARI(I)] : N the caldarium, a hot bathing room; hot bath;

[CALIDARIUS, CALIDARIA, CALIDARIUM] : ADJ used/suitable for warming/hot water; warm; for plastering bath walls; by heat;

[CALIDE] : ADV in hot haste. in the heat of the moment; rashly;

[CALIDUM, CALIDI] : N drink of wine and hot water; heat, hot;

[CALIDUS, CALIDA -UM, CALIDIOR -OR -US, CALIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ warm, hot; fiery, lusty; eager, rash, on the spot; having a warm climate/place;

[CALIENDRUM, CALIENDRI] : N woman's wig, head-dress of false hair;

[CALIGA, CALIGAE] : N soldier's boot; boot; military service;

[CALIGA] : darkness, gloom, mist.

[CALIGARIS, CALIGARIS, CALIGARE] : ADJ of/for a soldier's boot; boot-;

[CALIGARIUS, CALIGARII] : N maker of soldier's boots, bootmaker;

[CALIGARIUS, CALIGARIA, CALIGARIUM] : ADJ of/for a soldier's boot; boot-; wearing army boots;

[CALIGATIO, CALIGATIONIS] : N darkness, mistiness (of the eyes);

[CALIGATUS, CALIGATA, CALIGATUM] : ADJ wearing army boots; of the common soldier; booted, wearing heavy boots/brogans;

[CALIGATUS, CALIGATI] : N common soldier; private;

[CALIGINEUS, CALIGINEA, CALIGINEUM] : ADJ dark, obscuring, murky, gloomy;

[CALIGINOSUS, CALIGINOSA, CALIGINOSUM] : ADJ foggy, misty; covered with mist; obscure, dark, gloomy; uncertain;

[CALIGO, CALIGARE, CALIGAVI, CALIGATUS] : V be dark/gloomy/misty/cloudy; have bad vision; cloud; be blinded; be/make dizzy;

[CALIGO, CALIGINIS] : N mist/fog; darkness/gloom/murkiness; moral/intellectual/mental dark; dizziness;

[CALIGO] : to becloud, darken.

[CALIGO] : to make dizzy.

[CALIGO] : to make dizzy

[CALIGOSUS, CALIGOSA, CALIGOSUM] : ADJ foggy, misty; covered with mist; obscure, dark, gloomy; uncertain;

[CALIGULA, CALIGULAE] : N caligula (gaius claudius caesar germanicus, 37-41 ad); little soldier('s boot);

[CALION] : henbane

[CALIPTRA, CALIPTRAE] : N kind of head covering;

[CALIX, CALICIS] : N cup, goblet, a vessel for drinking; chalice; cup of wine; pot; water regulator;

[CALIX] : a vessel for drinking.

[CALLAICA, CALLAICAE] : N precious stone; (turquoise?);

[CALLAINA, CALLAINAE] : N pale green precious stone; turquoise;

[CALLAINUS, CALLAINA, CALLAINUM] : ADJ pale green, greenish-blue, turquoise-colored;

[CALLAIS, CALLAIDIS] : N greenish-blue/sea-green precious stone; turquoise;

[CALLARIAS, CALLARIAE] : N kind of codfish;

[CALLENS, (GEN.), CALLENTIS] : ADJ skilled/practiced/versed/expert in (w/gen);

[CALLEO, CALLERE, CALLUI] : V be calloused, grow hard; have experience/skill in, know, understand; know how;

[CALLIBLEPHARATUS, CALLIBLEPHARATA, CALLIBLEPHARATUM] : ADJ having beautiful (made-up) eyes/eyelids;

[CALLIBLEPHARUM, CALLIBLEPHARI] : N cosmetic for the eyelids and lashes; dye for coloring the eyebrows (l+s);

[CALLIBLEPHARUS, CALLIBLEPHARA, CALLIBLEPHARUM] : ADJ having beautiful (made-up) eyes/eyelids;

[CALLICIA, CALLICIAE] : N plant (unknown); (according to pythagoras made water freeze);

[CALLIDE, CALLIDIUS, CALLIDISSIME] : ADV expertly, skillfully, cleverly; well, thoroughly; cunningly, artfully;

[CALLIDE] : skilfully, cleverly / cunningly, slyly, subtly.

[CALLIDE] : skilfully, cleverly/ cunningly, slyly, subtly.

[CALLIDITAS, CALLIDITATIS] : N shrewdness, skillfulness, skill; craftiness, cunning; subtle tricks (pl.);

[CALLIDITAS] : cunning.

[CALLIDULUS, CALLIDULA, CALLIDULUM] : ADJ a little cunning/sly/crafty;

[CALLIDUS, CALLIDA -UM, CALLIDIOR -OR -US, CALLIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ crafty, sly, cunning; wise, expert, skillful, clever, experienced, ingenious;

[CALLIDUS] : clever, dextrous, experienced, skilful/ cunning, sly.

[CALLIDUS] : clever, dextrous, experienced, skilful / cunning, sly.

[CALLIGO, CALLIGARE, CALLIGAVI, CALLIGATUS] : V be dark/gloomy/misty/cloudy; have bad vision; cloud; be blinded; be/make dizzy;

[CALLIGONON, CALLIGONI] : N plant, also called polygonon mas;

[CALLIM] : ADV secretly, in secret, unknown to; privately; covertly; by fraud;

[CALLIM] : PREP without the knowledge of, unknown to; concealed/secret from; (rarely w/abl);

[CALLIMUS, CALLIMI] : N stone said to be found inside a type of eagle-stone; kind of eagle-stone (l+s);

[CALLIOMARCUS] : herb useful against a cough p. 36

[CALLION, CALLII] : N winter-cherry (physalis alkekengi); (pure latin vesicaria);

[CALLIONYMUS, CALLIONYMI] : N fish (uranoscopus scaber?);

[CALLIPETALON, CALLIPETALI] : N plant; (pure latin quinquefolium);

[CALLIPLOCAMON] : ADJ having/with beautiful tresses;

[CALLIPLOCAMOS, CALLIPLOCAMOS] : ADJ having/with beautiful tresses;

[CALLIS, CALLIS] : N rough/stony track, path; moorland/mountain pasture; mountain pass/defile (l+s);

[CALLISCO, CALLISCERE, CALLISCI] : V grow insensitive; become dull/insensible (l+s);

[CALLISPHYRON] : ADJ having/with beautiful ankles;

[CALLISPHYROS, CALLISPHYROS] : ADJ having/with beautiful ankles;

[CALLISTRUTHIA, CALLISTRUTHIAE] : N very delicate fig sparrows were fond of (l+s); (pure latin ficus passerariae);

[CALLISTRUTHIS, CALLISTRUTHIDIS] : N very delicate fig sparrows were fond of (l+s); (pure latin ficus passerariae);

[CALLITHRICHON, CALLITRICHI] : N maidenhair, type of fern;

[CALLITHRICHOS, CALLITRICHI] : N maidenhair, type of fern;

[CALLITHRIX, CALLITHRICHOS/IS] : N waterwort (asplenium trichomanes) (for hair coloring); an ethiopian monkey;

[CALLOSITAS, CALLOSITATIS] : N hardening/thickening of the skin, callus; callousness; hardness; hardening;

[CALLOSUS, CALLOSA -UM, CALLOSIOR -OR -US, CALLOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ tough, hard/thick-skinned; made hard/tough by use; callused, indurated;

[CALLUM, CALLI] : N hard/tough skin/hide, callus; callousness, lack of feeling; firm flesh/fruit;

[CALLUS, CALLI] : N hard/tough skin/hide, callus; callousness, lack of feeling; firm flesh/fruit;

[CALO, CALARE, CALAVI, CALATUS] : V let down, allow to hang free; loosen; slacken;

[CALO, CALARE, CALAVI, CALATUS] : V announce, proclaim; summon, convoke, call forth/together;

[CALO, CALONIS] : N camp/soldier's servant; type of awkwardness/stupidity; low servant/drudge (l+s);

[CALO, CALONIS] : N wooden shoe;

[CALOR, CALORIS] : N heat; warmth, glow; warm/hot/summer heat/weather; fever; passion, zeal; love;

[CALORATUS, CALORATA, CALORATUM] : ADJ passionate, vehement, furious; hot, heated;

[CALORIFICUS, CALORIFICA, CALORIFICUM] : ADJ promoting/causing heat/warmth; warming, heating;

[CALOS] : ADV well; hurrah for !;

[CALPAR, CALPARIS] : N wine jar/pitcher; wine from a calpar; wine cask (l+s); vessel for liquids;

[CALPURNIA, CALPURNIAE] : N calpurnia, wife of caesar; a daughter of the plebeian gens calpurnius;

[CALTA, CALTAE] : N marigold (calendula officinalis);

[CALTHA, CALTHAE] : N marigold (calendula officinalis);

[CALTHA] : marigold

[CALTHA] : marigold.

[CALTHULA, CALTHULAE] : N yellow garment worn by women; yellow robe;

[CALTULA, CALTULAE] : N short undergarment worn by women;

[CALUMMA, CALUMMATIS] : N covering;

[CALUMNIA, CALUMNIAE] : N sophistry, sham; false accusation/claim/statement/pretenses/objection; quibble;

[CALUMNIATOR, CALUMNIATORIS] : N false accuser; pettifogger, chicaner; perverter of the law; ; carping critic;

[CALUMNIATRIX, CALUMNIATRICIS] : N false accuser/claimant (female);

[CALUMNIOR, CALUMNIARI, -, CALUMNIATUS SUM] : V accuse falsely; misrepresent, interpret wrongly; depreciate, find fault with;

[CALUMNIOR] : to accuse falsely.

[CALUMNIOSE] : ADV by false pretenses;

[CALUMNIOSUS, CALUMNIOSA, CALUMNIOSUM] : ADJ that makes false/groundless accusations; marked by misinterpretations, false;

[CALUMNIOSUS, CALUMNIOSI] : N a person convicted of making false/groundless accusations/information;

[CALVA, CALVAE] : N bald head, scalp; skull; smooth nuts (hazel nuts?);

[CALVAR, CALVARIS] : N skulls (pl.); kind of fish;

[CALVARIA, CALVARIAE] : N skull;

[CALVARIOLA, CALVARIOLAE] : N small cup;

[CALVARIUM, CALVARII] : N round sea-fish without scales (bald);

[CALVATUS, CALVATA, CALVATUM] : ADJ made bald, bare; bare (vines);

[CALVENTINUS, CALVENTINA, CALVENTINUM] : ADJ variety of vine;

[CALVEO, CALVERE,] : V be bald/hairless;

[CALVESCO, CALVESCERE,] : V lose one's hair, become bald; molt (birds); become bare/empty of vegetation;

[CALVIO, CALVIRE, CALVIVI, CALVITUS] : V deceive, intrigue/use subterfuge/tricks against; be tricked/deceived (pass);

[CALVITIES, CALVITIEI] : N baldness, hairlessness;

[CALVITIES] : baldness.

[CALVITIUM, CALVITII] : N baldness, absence/loss of hair; bareness/scantiness of vegetation;

[CALVO, CALVARE, CALVAVI, CALVATUS] : V make/leave bare;

[CALVO, CALVERE,] : V deceive, intrigue/use subterfuge/tricks against; be tricked/deceived (pass);

[CALVOR, CALVI,] : V deceive, intrigue/use subterfuge/tricks against;

[CALVUS, CALVA -UM, CALVIOR -OR -US, CALVISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bald, bald-headed; having the head shaved; smooth (nuts); bare/stripped (things)

[CALVUS, CALVI] : N bald person;

[CALVUS] : bald.

[CALX, CALCIS] : N heel; spur; pad (dog); forefeet; kick (roman toe was unprotected); butt (beam);

[CALX, CALCIS] : N lead vial/bottle/jar;

[CALX, CALCIS] : N limestone, lime; chalk, goal, goal-line (chalk mark), end of life; game piece;

[CALX] : the heel / stone, pebble / lime / goal, aim.

[CALX] : the heel/ stone, pebble/ lime/ goal, aim.

[CALYCULUS, CALYCULI] : N calyx/cup of a flower; shell (sea urchin);

[CALYMMA, CALYMMATIS] : N covering;

[CALYX, CALYCIS] : N two plants; one like arum; other anchusa (dyer's bugloss); (monk's-hood? l+s);

[CALYX, CALYCIS] : N calyx/cup (flower/nut); bud?; fruit/animal skin, husk; shell (egg/sea urchin);

[CAMA, CAMAE] : N small low bed (near the ground);

[CAMACUM, CAMACI] : N aromatic plant (nutmeg?); (substitute for cinnamon); kind of cinnamon (l+s);

[CAMARA, CAMARAE] : N vault, vaulted/arched room/roof/ceiling; small boat roofed over with timber;

[CAMARARIUS, CAMARARIA, CAMARARIUM] : ADJ that grows over arches (of a kind of gourd); climbing;

[CAMARATIO, CAMARATIONIS] : N vault, arch;

[CAMARERO] : chamberlain (a cathedral or monastic administrator).

[CAMARO, CAMARARE, CAMARAVI, CAMARATUS] : V roof/vault over;

[CAMBIO, CAMBIARE,] : V exchange, barter;

[CAMBIO, CAMBIRE, CAMPSI, CAMBITUS] : V exchange, barter;

[CAMBITAS, CAMBITATIS] : N exchange, barter;

[CAMELA, CAMELAE] : N camel/dromedary (female);

[CAMELA, CAMELAE] : N marriage festival/festivities (pl.); (adj?);

[CAMELARIUS, CAMELARII] : N camel driver;

[CAMELELASIA, CAMELELASIAE] : N camel-driving; care of camels (belonging to the state);

[CAMELEON, CAMELEONIS] : N chameleon; (m/f old);

[CAMELINUS, CAMELINA, CAMELINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a camel, camel-;

[CAMELLA, CAMELLAE] : N cup, bowl, goblet;

[CAMELOPARDALIS, CAMELOPARDALIS] : N giraffe;

[CAMELOPARDALUS, CAMELOPARDALI] : N giraffe;

[CAMELOPARDUS, CAMELOPARDI] : N giraffe;

[CAMELOPODIUM, CAMELOPODI(I)] : N plant, camel's-foot, horehound?;

[CAMELUS, CAMELI] : N camel, dromedary;

[CAMENA, CAMENAE] : N muse; poetry;

[CAMENA] : poetry, poem, song.

[CAMERA, CAMERAE] : N vault, vaulted/arched room/roof/ceiling; small boat roofed over with timber;

[CAMERARIUS, CAMERARIA, CAMERARIUM] : ADJ that grows over arches (of a kind of gourd); climbing;

[CAMERATIO, CAMERATIONIS] : N vault, arch;

[CAMERO, CAMERARE, CAMERAVI, CAMERATUS] : V roof/vault over;

[CAMILLA, CAMILLAE] : N handmaiden/female of unblemished character attendant in religious ceremonies;

[CAMILLUS, CAMILLI] : N boy/noble youth attendant of a flamen/priest;

[CAMINO, CAMINARE, CAMINAVI, CAMINATUS] : V form into an oven; shape like an oven;

[CAMINUS, CAMINI] : N smelting/foundry furnace, forge; home stove/furnace; vent (underground fires);

[CAMINUS] : a forge, large hearth.

[CAMISIA, CAMISIAE] : N linen shirt/nightgown;

[CAMMARON, CAMMARI] : N plant (aconitum);

[CAMMAROS, CAMMARI] : N lobster; plant (aconitum); sea crab (l+s);

[CAMMARUS, CAMMARI] : N lobster; plant (aconitum); sea crab (l+s);

[CAMPAGUS, CAMPAGI] : N kind of boot worn by military officers;

[CAMPANA, CAMPANAE] : N bell;

[CAMPANA] : bell.

[CAMPANEUS, CAMPANEA, CAMPANEUM] : ADJ pertaining to the fields;

[CAMPANIA, CAMPANIAE] : N campania; (province of italy south of latinium noted for its fertility);

[CAMPANIUS, CAMPANIA, CAMPANIUM] : ADJ pertaining to the fields;

[CAMPE, CAMPES] : N caterpillar; (pure latin eruca); turning/writhing, evasion;

[CAMPEADOR] : champion of the field, victor.

[CAMPESTER, CAMPESTRA, CAMPESTRUM] : ADJ flat, level, open (ground); field-; living/lying in plain; of campus martius;

[CAMPESTER, CAMPESTRIS, CAMPESTRE] : ADJ of a level field, even, flat, level; on the open plain;

[CAMPESTER] : flat, even, level/ a plain.

[CAMPESTRATUS, CAMPESTRATI] : N one wearing the loin-cloth/leather apron of athletes;

[CAMPESTRE, CAMPESTRIS] : N loin-cloth worn by athletes; leather apron worn around the loins by wrestlers;

[CAMPESTRE, CAMPESTRIS] : N flat/level country/ground (pl.); plains;

[CAMPESTRIS, CAMPESTRIS] : N deities who presided over contests/games (pl.); country deities;

[CAMPESTRIS, CAMPESTRIS, CAMPESTRE] : ADJ of a level field, even, flat, level; on the open plain;

[CAMPESTRIS, CAMPESTRIS] : N country deity; goddess of fields;

[CAMPICURSIO, CAMPICURSIONIS] : N military exercise in the campus martius;

[CAMPIDOCTOR, CAMPIDOCTORIS] : N one who exercises/drills soldiers in the campus martius; drill sergeant;

[CAMPIGENUS, CAMPIGENI] : N well drilled soldiers (pl.);

[CAMPITOR] : charger, battle-horse, war horse.

[CAMPSANEMA, CAMPSANEMATIS] : N plant (ros marinus);

[CAMPSO, CAMPSARE, CAMPSAVI, CAMPSATUS] : V go around; double; turn around in place;

[CAMPTAULES, CAMPTAULAE] : N musician (unknown kind);

[CAMPTER, CAMPTERIS] : N bending; turning; angle;

[CAMPTER, CAMPTEROS/IS] : N turning point at the end of a race course;

[CAMPUS, CAMPI] : N plain, level field/surface; open space for action/battle/games; sea; scope;

[CAMPUS] : level place, field, plain.

[CAMTER, CAMTEROS/IS] : N turning point at the end of a race course;

[CAMUM, CAMI] : N kind of beer;

[CAMUR, CAMURA, CAMURUM] : ADJ curved, bent, hooked, crocked; turned/arched inward, having such horns;

[CAMUR] : curved, bent, hooked.

[CAMURUS, CAMURA, CAMURUM] : ADJ curved, bent, hooked, crocked; turned/arched inward, having such horns;

[CAMUS, CAMI] : N necklace; collar for the neck (l+s); muzzle/bit/curb for horses (late);

[CANABA, CANABAE] : N hut; hovel;

[CANABA, CANABAE] : N settlement of traders/discharged soldiers (pl.) near roman military camp/fort;

[CANABARIUS, CANABARI(I)] : N inhabitant of a canabae (settlement of veterans near a roman camp);

[CANABENSIS, CANABENSIS] : N inhabitant of a canabae (settlement of veterans near a roman camp);

[CANABULA, CANABULAE] : N small hut/hovel;

[CANACHENUS, CANACHENI] : N class of thieves;

[CANALE, CANALIS] : N channel/canal/conduit; ditch, gutter; trough, groove; funnel; pipe, spout;

[CANALICIUS, CANALICIA, CANALICIUM] : ADJ derived/mined/dug from shafts(/pits l+s);

[CANALICOLA, CANALICOLAE] : N poor/lazy person standing about in gutters near forum/in place called canalis;

[CANALICULA, CANALICULAE] : N small channel/duct/pipe/gutter, groove; feeding trough; splint/cast (medical);

[CANALICULATIM] : ADV into/by channels;

[CANALICULATUS, CANALICULATA, CANALICULATUM] : ADJ channeled, grooved; like a channel/pipe;

[CANALICULUS, CANALICULI] : N small channel/duct/pipe/gutter, groove; feeding trough; splint/cast (medical);

[CANALIENSIS, CANALIENSIS, CANALIENSE] : ADJ derived/mined/dug from shafts(/pits l+s);

[CANALIS, CANALIS] : N channel/canal/conduit; ditch, gutter; trough, groove; funnel; pipe, spout;

[CANALIS] : channel, canal / pipe.

[CANALIS] : channel, canal/ pipe.

[CANARIUS, CANARIA, CANARIUM] : ADJ of/connected with dogs, dog-; kind of grass; (lappa canaria => kind of bur);

[CANASTER, CANASTRA, CANASTRUM] : ADJ half-gray; grizzled;

[CANATIM] : ADV in the manner of a dog; like a dog;

[CANCAMUM, CANCAMI] : N arabian gum (balsamodendron katuf?); (used for incense l+s);

[CANCELLARIUS, CANCELLARI(I)] : N porter, doorkeeper; secretary; chancellor (ecclesiastical);

[CANCELLARIUS, CANCELLARIA, CANCELLARIUM] : ADJ living/kept behind bars;

[CANCELLATIM] : ADV in a lattice arrangement;

[CANCELLATIO, CANCELLATIONIS] : N land measuring my means of a grid; fixing the boundaries;

[CANCELLATUS, CANCELLATA, CANCELLATUM] : ADJ reticulated, having a lattice/grid pattern; lattice/trellis-like;

[CANCELLO, CANCELLARE, CANCELLAVI, CANCELLATUS] : V arrange in criss-cross pattern; enclose in lattice/grid; cancel, cross out;

[CANCELLOSUS, CANCELLOSA, CANCELLOSUM] : ADJ with bars; with a railing;

[CANCELLUS, CANCELLI] : N lattice/grate/grid; bars, barrier, enclosure; boundaries/limits (pl.); railings;

[CANCER, CANCERIS] : N crab; cancer (zodiac); the south; summer heat; cancer, disease, tumor, canker;

[CANCER, CANCRI] : N crab; cancer (zodiac); the south; summer heat; cancer, disease, tumor, canker;

[CANCER, CANCRI] : N lattice, grid; barrier;

[CANCER] : crab / the direction south / heat of summer / disease of cancer.

[CANCER] : crab/ the direction south/ heat of summer/ disease of cancer.

[CANCERASCO, CANCERASCERE, CANCERAVI, CANCERATUS] : V become cancerous; be afflicted with cancer; suppurate like a cancer;

[CANCERATICUS, CANCERATICA, CANCERATICUM] : ADJ cancerous; like a cancer;

[CANCERATUS, CANCERATA, CANCERATUM] : ADJ cancerous;

[CANCEROMA, CANCEROMATIS] : N cancer;

[CANCHREMA, CANCHREMATIS] : N cancer;

[CANCROMA, CANCROMATIS] : N cancer;

[CANDEFACIO, CANDEFACERE, CANDEFECI, CANDEFACTUS] : V make dazzling white; make glowing; heat, make hot;

[CANDEFIO, CANDEFIERI, -, CANDEFACTUS SUM] : V make dazzling white; make glow; heat, make hot;

[CANDELA, CANDELAE] : N tallow candle or taper; waxen cord; fire (l+s);

[CANDELA] : taper, candle.

[CANDELABER, CANDELABRI] : N candlearbrum; stand for holding burning candles or lamps; lamp stand;

[CANDELABRARIUS, CANDELABRARI(I)] : N maker of candlearbra/candlesticks;

[CANDELABRUM, CANDELABRI] : N candlearbrum; stand for holding burning candles or lamps; lamp stand;

[CANDELABRUM] : lamp-stand.

[CANDELABRUS, CANDELABRI] : N candlearbrum; stand for holding burning candles or lamps; lamp stand;

[CANDENS, CANDENTIS (GEN.), CANDENTIOR -OR -US, CANDENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ shining/bright/clear (light); (approaching) white; boiling/red-hot, glowing;

[CANDENTIA, CANDENTIAE] : N luminous area; whiteness (l+s); white clear luster;

[CANDEO, CANDERE, CANDUI] : V be of brilliant whiteness, shine, gleam (white); become/be hot; glow, sparkle;

[CANDEO] : to shine, glow, grow brilliant, sparkle.

[CANDESCO, CANDESCERE, CANDUI] : V grow/become light/bright white; begin to glisten/radiate; become (red) hot;

[CANDETUM, CANDETI] : N area of 100 or 150 square feet; (10 or 15 square meters);

[CANDICENS, CANDICENTIS (GEN.), CANDICENTIOR -OR -US, CANDICENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ white; approaching white;

[CANDICO, CANDICARE, CANDICAVI, CANDICATUS] : V have a white appearance; be white/whitish;

[CANDIDA, CANDIDAE] : N games/play presented by a candidate for office;

[CANDIDANS, (GEN.), CANDIDANTIS] : ADJ brilliantly white;

[CANDIDARIUS, CANDIDARII] : N baker of white bread;

[CANDIDARIUS, CANDIDARIA, CANDIDARIUM] : ADJ that bakes/makes white bread;

[CANDIDATA, CANDIDATAE] : N candidate (for office) (female); aspirant; office seeker;

[CANDIDATORIUS, CANDIDATORIA, CANDIDATORIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/belonging to a candidate (for office);

[CANDIDATUS, CANDIDATUS] : N candidacy (for office);

[CANDIDATUS, CANDIDATA, CANDIDATUM] : ADJ dressed in white/whitened clothes;

[CANDIDATUS, CANDIDATI] : N candidate (office) (white toga); aspirant/office seeker; one who strives for;

[CANDIDE] : ADV in white clothes; brightly/clearly/spotlessly; candidly/openly, good naturedly;

[CANDIDE] : openly, clearly, candidly.

[CANDIDO, CANDIDARE, CANDIDAVI, CANDIDATUS] : V make glittering/bright; make white;

[CANDIDULE] : ADV candidly, sincerely;

[CANDIDULUS, CANDIDULA, CANDIDULUM] : ADJ shining white; white, gleaming;

[CANDIDUM, CANDIDI] : N white (of an egg);

[CANDIDUS, CANDIDA -UM, CANDIDIOR -OR -US, CANDIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bright, clear, transparent; clean/spotless; lucid; candid; kind; innocent, pure;

[CANDIDUS, CANDIDA -UM, CANDIDIOR -OR -US, CANDIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ radiant, unclouded; (dressed in) white; of light color; fair skinned, pale;

[CANDIDUS] : bright, shining, white.

[CANDIFICO, CANDIFICERE,] : V make dazzlingly white;

[CANDIFICUS, CANDIFICA, CANDIFICUM] : ADJ that cleans/makes white;

[CANDOR, CANDORIS] : N whiteness; snow; radiance, bright light; heat, glow; beauty; purity; kindness;

[CANDOSOCCUS, CANDOSOCCI] : N layer (of a plant);

[CANENS, (GEN.), CANENTIS] : ADJ gray, grayish; white, hoary;

[CANENTAS, CANENTATIS] : N head ornament;

[CANEO, CANERE, CANUI] : V be/become covered in white; be hoary, be white/gray (with age);

[CANEO] : to be white, aged.

[CANES, CANIS] : N dog; hound; subordinate; 'jackal'; dog-star/fish; lowest dice throw; clamp;

[CANESCO, CANESCERE,] : V become covered in white, whiten; grow old/hoary; be/grow white/gray with age;

[CANIA, CANIAE] : N kind of wild nettle;

[CANICA, CANICAE] : N bran (pl.);

[CANICULA, CANICULAE] : N bitch (also people); dog-star; dog-fish, shark; dog-days; lowest throw at dice;

[CANICULARIS, CANICULARIS, CANICULARE] : ADJ of/pertaining to the dog-star; (caniculares dies => dog days);

[CANIFERA, CANIFERAE] : N woman carrying a basket;

[CANIFORMIS, CANIFORMIS, CANIFORME] : ADJ dog-shaped, in the form of a dog; (anubis);

[CANINA, CANINAE] : N dog flesh/meat; (canis caninam non est => dog does not eat dog/is not dog meat);

[CANINUS, CANINA, CANINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining/suitable to/resembling a dog, canine; abusive, mean, snarling;

[CANIPA, CANIPAE] : N fruit basket for religious uses;

[CANIS TIMIDUS VEHEMENTIUS LATRAT QUAM MORDET. ] : PHRASE a timid dog barks more violently than it bites.

[CANIS, CANIS] : N dog; hound; subordinate; 'jackal'; dog-star/fish; lowest dice throw; clamp;

[CANIS] : dog.

[CANISTELLUM, CANISTELLI] : N basket (bread/fruit);

[CANISTRARIA, CANISTRARIAE] : N basket bearer (in religious festivals);

[CANISTRUM, CANISTRI] : N wicker basket (used for food/flowers and in sacrifices);

[CANITIA, CANITIAE] : N white/gray coloring/deposit; gray/white hair, grayness of hair; old age;

[CANITIES, CANITIEI] : N white/gray coloring/deposit; gray/white hair, grayness of hair; old age;

[CANITIES] : grey hair/ old age.

[CANITIES] : grey hair / old age.

[CANITUDO, CANITUDINIS] : N grayness of hair;

[CANNA, CANNAE] : N small reed/cane; panpipe/flute; small vessel/gondola (l+s); windpipe (medical);

[CANNABA, CANNABAE] : N hut; hovel;

[CANNABA, CANNABAE] : N hemp; hemp rope; canvas/linen (medieval);

[CANNABINUS, CANNABINA, CANNABINUM] : ADJ made of hemp, hempen, hemp-;

[CANNABIS, CANNABIS] : N hemp; hemp rope; canvas/linen (medieval);

[CANNABIUS, CANNABIA, CANNABIUM] : ADJ made of hemp, hempen, hemp-;

[CANNABUM, CANNABI] : N hemp; hemp rope; canvas/linen (medieval);

[CANNABUS, CANNABI] : N hemp; hemp rope; canvas/linen (medieval);

[CANNETUM, CANNETI] : N thicket of reeds;

[CANNEUS, CANNEA, CANNEUM] : ADJ made of reeds, reed-;

[CANNOPHORUS, CANNOPHORI] : N reed-bearer in the rites of the magna mater;

[CANNULA, CANNULAE] : N reed; small/little/low reed; windpipe (l+s);

[CANO, CANERE, CANI, CANITUS] : V sing, celebrate, chant; crow; recite; play (music)/sound (horn); foretell;

[CANO, CANERE, CECINI, CANTUS] : V sing, celebrate, chant; crow; recite; play (music)/sound (horn); foretell;

[CANON, CANONIS] : N catalog of sacred writings admitted by the rule, the canon; cannon/guns (pl.);

[CANON, CANONIS] : N sounding-board/channel of water organ; model/standard; measuring line, rule;

[CANON, CANONIS] : N canon, member of a cathedral chapter or canonry, augustinian.;

[CANON, CANONOS/IS] : N sounding-board/channel of water organ; model/standard; measuring line, rule;

[CANONICARIUS, CANONICARI(I)] : N collector of annual tribute;

[CANONICE] : ADV according to church discipline; regularly;

[CANONICUM, CANONICI] : N theory (pl.); canon;

[CANONICUS, CANONICA, CANONICUM] : ADJ canonical/by the canons/legal/lawful/right; by math divisions of monochord (old)

[CANONICUS, CANONICA, CANONICUM] : ADJ regular (of a monastary); secular (of a cathedral);

[CANONICUS, CANONICI] : N one of the rule; clergyman; canon, prebendary;

[CANONICUS, CANONICI] : N one who constructs mathematical/astronomical tables; theorists;

[CANONICUS] : canonical, according to the canons, legal, lawful, right.

[CANONIZO, CANONIZARE, CANONIZAVI, CANONIZATUS] : V canonize, elevate to sainthood; include in canon of scripture; reduce to rules;

[CANONUS] : canon, member of a cathedral chapter or canonry, Augustinian.

[CANOR, CANORIS] : N song, vocal music; tune, melody; birdsong; music of instruments; poetic strain;

[CANORE] : ADV melodiously; harmoniously; tunefully;

[CANORUM, CANORI] : N melody, charm (in speaking);

[CANORUS, CANORA, CANORUM] : ADJ melodious, harmonious; resonant, ringing, sonorous; tuneful; songful, vocal;

[CANTABILIS, CANTABILIS, CANTABILE] : ADJ worthy to be sung;

[CANTABRARIUS, CANTABRARII] : N standard-bearer on festive occasions;

[CANTABRIGIA, CANTABRIGIAE] : N cambridge;

[CANTABRUM, CANTABRI] : N kind of banner/standard under the emperors; kind of bran;

[CANTABUNDUS, CANTABUNDA, CANTABUNDUM] : ADJ singing; chanting;

[CANTAMEN, CANTAMINIS] : N spell that is sung/chanted; magic sentence; spell, charm, incantation;

[CANTATIO, CANTATIONIS] : N singing; song, music; spell, charm, incantation (l+s);

[CANTATOR, CANTATORIS] : N singer; musician; minstrel;

[CANTATRIX, (GEN.), CANTATRICIS] : ADJ that uses incantations/enchantments (feminine adjective); singing, musical;

[CANTATRIX, CANTATRICIS] : N singer, musician (female);

[CANTENATUS, CANTENATA, CANTENATUM] : ADJ chained, fettered;

[CANTERIATUS, CANTERIATA, CANTERIATUM] : ADJ supported on a canterius (light pi-shaped prop/'horse' for vines); propped;

[CANTERINUS, CANTERINA, CANTERINUM] : ADJ of/belonging to a horse, horse-; like a horse; variety of barley (winter l+s);

[CANTERIOLUS, CANTERIOLI] : N small vine-supporting prop/'horse';

[CANTERIUS, CANTERI(I)] : N poor-quality horse, hack, nag, gelding; rafter; pi-shaped vine prop/'horse';

[CANTHARIAS, CANTHARIAE] : N a precious stone; (having in it a figure of a spanish fly l+s);

[CANTHARIS, CANTHARIDIS] : N blister-beetle (cantharis vesicatoria); spanish fly (medicine/poison); a worm;

[CANTHARITES, CANTHARITAE] : N wine from the vine cantharites; a kind of vine (l+s);

[CANTHARULUS, CANTHARULI] : N small drinking vessel with handles;

[CANTHARUS, CANTHARI] : N large drinking vessel with handles; bowl/basin of fountain; black sea bream;

[CANTHARUS, CANTHARI] : N vessel of holy water; water pipe;

[CANTHERIATUS, CANTHERIATA, CANTHERIATUM] : ADJ supported on a canterius (light pi-shaped prop/'horse' for vines); propped;

[CANTHERINUS, CANTHERINA, CANTHERINUM] : ADJ of/belonging to a horse, horse-; like a horse; variety of barley (winter l+s);

[CANTHERIOLUS, CANTHERIOLI] : N small vine-supporting prop/'horse';

[CANTHERIUS, CANTHERI(I)] : N poor-quality horse, hack, nag, gelding; rafter; pi-shaped vine prop/'horse';

[CANTHERIUS] : horse, gelding.

[CANTHUS, CANTHI] : N tire, iron ring around a carriage wheel; wheel;

[CANTICULUM, CANTICULI] : N song; little song; sonnet (l+s); short incantation;

[CANTICUM, CANTICI] : N song; passage in a comedy chanted or sung; sing-song voice;

[CANTICUS, CANTICA, CANTICUM] : ADJ musical;

[CANTILENA, CANTILENAE] : N oft repeated saying; refrain; ditty/little song; silly prattle (l+s); lampoon;

[CANTILENOSUS, CANTILENOSA, CANTILENOSUM] : ADJ pertaining to song; poetic;

[CANTILLO, CANTILLARE, CANTILLAVI, CANTILLATUS] : V sing low; hum;

[CANTILO, CANTILARE, CANTILAVI, CANTILATUS] : V sing;

[CANTIO, CANTIONIS] : N song; singing (birds); playing, music (instrumental); incantation, spell;

[CANTITO, CANTITARE, CANTITAVI, CANTITATUS] : V sing; sing repeatedly, sing over and over; sing/play often (l+s);

[CANTIUNCULA, CANTIUNCULAE] : N (mere) song; flattering/alluring strain (l+s);

[CANTO, CANTARE, CANTAVI, CANTATUS] : V sing; play (roles/music); recite; praise, celebrate; forewarn; enchant, bewitch;

[CANTO] : to sing.

[CANTOR, CANTORIS] : N singer, poet; actor (of musical parts in play); precentor, cantor; eulogist;

[CANTOR] : singer, choir master.

[CANTRIX, CANTRICIS] : N singer (female), songstress;

[CANTUARIA, CANTUARIAE] : N canterbury;

[CANTULUS, CANTULI] : N little song;

[CANTURIO, CANTURIRE, CANTURIVI, CANTURITUS] : V recite with musical intonation; sing continuously (birds); chirp;

[CANTUS, CANTI] : N tire, iron ring around a carriage wheel; wheel;

[CANTUS, CANTUS] : N song, chant; singing; cry (bird); blast (trumpet); poem, poetry; incantation;

[CANUA, CANUAE] : N basket;

[CANUM, CANI] : N wicker basket (used for food/flowers and in sacrifices);

[CANUS, CANA, CANUM] : ADJ white, gray; aged, old, wise; hoary; foamy, white-capped; white w/snow/frost;

[CANUS, CANI] : N gray hairs (pl.); old age;

[CANUSINA, CANUSINAE] : N garment of made of canusian wool; (canusium/canosa town in apulia);

[CANUSINATUS, CANUSINATA, CANUSINATUM] : ADJ dressed in garments of canusian wool;

[CANUTUS, CANUTA, CANUTUM] : ADJ gray;

[CAPA, CAPAE] : N cape, cloak, cassock, cope.

[CAPABILIS, CAPABILIS, CAPABILE] : ADJ comprehensible; intelligent;

[CAPACITAS, CAPACITATIS] : N capacity, largeness; ability (mental/legal/to inherit); power of comprehension;

[CAPACITER] : ADV rightfully to inherit;

[CAPAX, CAPACIS (GEN.), CAPACIOR -OR -US, CAPACISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ large, spacious, roomy, big; capable, fit, competent; has right to inherit;

[CAPEDO, CAPEDINIS] : N bowl used in sacrifices;

[CAPEDULUM, CAPEDULI] : N kind of covering for the head;

[CAPEDUNCULA, CAPEDUNCULAE] : N small pot/vessel/bowl/dish; (used for sacrifices l+s);

[CAPELLA, CAPELLAE] : N she-goat; meteor type; star in constellation auriga (rising in rainy season);

[CAPELLA, CAPELLAE] : N dirty fellow, old goat; man with a goat-like beard; body odor;

[CAPELLA] : female goat, nannyİgoat.

[CAPELLIANUS, CAPELLIANA, CAPELLIANUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to goats; eaten by goats;

[CAPELLUS, CAPELLI] : N small goat; kid;

[CAPER, CAPRI] : N he-goat, billy-goat; goatish/armpit smell; star in auriga (l+s); grunting fish;

[CAPERATUS, CAPERATA, CAPERATUM] : ADJ wrinkled;

[CAPERRATUS, CAPERRATA, CAPERRATUM] : ADJ wrinkled; furled (sails);

[CAPERRO, CAPERRARE, CAPERRAVI, CAPERRATUS] : V be/become wrinkled; wrinkle (l+s); furl (sails);

[CAPESSO, CAPESSERE, CAPESSIVI, CAPESSITUS] : V grasp, take, seize eagerly; undertake, manage; pursue w/zeal; carry out orders;

[CAPETUM, CAPETI] : N fodder for cattle;

[CAPH, UNDECLINED] : N kaf; (11th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as k and ch);

[CAPHISTERIUM, CAPHISTERII] : N vessel used for cleaning/separating seed-grain from the rest;

[CAPIDULUM, CAPIDULI] : N kind of covering for the head;

[CAPILLACEUS, CAPILLACEA, CAPILLACEUM] : ADJ resembling/similar to hair; like hair; made of hair (l+s);

[CAPILLAMENTUM, CAPILLAMENTI] : N head of hair; toupee/wig; hair-like fiber; thread of metal; streak/flaw in gem;

[CAPILLARE, CAPILLARIS] : N ointment/unguent for the hair; pomade;

[CAPILLARIS, CAPILLARIS, CAPILLARE] : ADJ of/pertaining to the hair; (~ herba => plant capillus veneris);

[CAPILLATIO, CAPILLATIONIS] : N the hair; disease of the urinary organs;

[CAPILLATURA, CAPILLATURAE] : N hair-like flawing in a gem; the hair (l+s); false hair;

[CAPILLATUS, CAPILLATI] : N long hairs (pl.); young aristocrats;

[CAPILLATUS, CAPILLATA, CAPILLATUM] : ADJ having long hair (older generation/foreign peoples/boys); hairy; hair-like;

[CAPILLITIUM, CAPILLITII] : N head of hair;

[CAPILLOSUS, CAPILLOSA, CAPILLOSUM] : ADJ full of hair; very hairy;

[CAPILLULUS, CAPILLULI] : N fine/soft hair;

[CAPILLUS, CAPILLI] : N hair; hair of head; single hair; hair/fur/wool of animals; hair-like fiber;

[CAPILLUS] : hair.

[CAPIO, CAPERE, ADDITIONAL, FORMS] : V take hold, seize; grasp; take bribe; arrest/capture; put on; occupy; captivate;

[CAPIO, CAPERE, CEPI, CAPTUS] : V take hold, seize; grasp; take bribe; arrest/capture; put on; occupy; captivate;

[CAPIO, CAPIONIS] : N taking/seizing; (usus ~ => getting ownership by continued possession);

[CAPIO] : to rent, hire/ seize, arrest.

[CAPIO] : to rent, hire / seize, arrest

[CAPIO] : to seize, take, choose/ attack, injure/ comprehend.

[CAPIO] : to take, choose/ attack, injure/ comprehend.

[CAPIS, CAPIDIS] : N cup/bowl with handle used mainly for ritual purposes;

[CAPIS, CAPIDOS/IS] : N cup/bowl with handle used mainly for ritual purposes;

[CAPISSO, CAPISSERE, CAPISSIVI, CAPISSITUS] : V grasp, take, seize eagerly; undertake, manage; pursue w/zeal; carry out orders;

[CAPISTERIUM, CAPISTERII] : N vessel used for cleaning/separating seed-grain from the rest;

[CAPISTRARIUS, CAPISTRARII] : N halter-maker;

[CAPISTRO, CAPISTRARE, CAPISTRAVI, CAPISTRATUS] : V provide with a halter, put a halter on a horse; fasten with a headstall; bind;

[CAPISTRO] : to halter, put a halter on a horse.

[CAPISTRUM, CAPISTRI] : N halter/headstall/harness, muzzle; matrimonial halter (l+s); band for vines;

[CAPISTRUM] : halter, harness, mazzle.

[CAPITAGIUM] : poll tax.

[CAPITAL, CAPITALIS] : N capital crime/punishment (loss of life or civil rights); priestess headband;

[CAPITALE, CAPITALIS] : N capital crime/punishment (loss of life or civil rights); priestess headband;

[CAPITALE] : cattle, possessions, chattels.

[CAPITALIS, CAPITALE, CAPITALIOR -OR -US, CAPITALISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ belonging to the head/life; deadly, mortal; dangerous; excellent, first-rate;

[CAPITALITER] : ADV with bitter/lethal hostility;

[CAPITANEUS, CAPITANEA, CAPITANEUM] : ADJ large, chief in size; capital (letters);

[CAPITARIUS, CAPITARIA, CAPITARIUM] : ADJ levied per head, per capita; poll-;

[CAPITATIO, CAPITATIONIS] : N poll tax, tax levied per head/capita; outlay for beasts used in public service;

[CAPITATUS, CAPITATA, CAPITATUM] : ADJ having or forming a head;

[CAPITELLUM, CAPITELLI] : N small head; capital/chapiter of a column;

[CAPITILAVIUM, CAPITILAVII] : N washing of the head;

[capitis] head/ top, summit/ chief/ capital/ leader, captain.

[CAPITIUM, CAPITII] : N covering for the head; opening in tunic for head; undervest; priest's vestment;

[CAPITIUM, CAPITII] : N kind of tunic worn by women;

[CAPITO, (GEN.), CAPITONIS] : ADJ big-headed, having a large head (masculine adjective); cognomen; kind of mullet;

[CAPITOLIUM, CAPITOLII] : N capitol; the capitoline hill in rome;

[CAPITOLIUM, CAPITOLII] : N religious/cathedral chapter, chapter meeting/house; right of cofraternity;

[CAPITULARE, CAPITULARIS] : N head/poll-tax or levy;

[CAPITULARIS, CAPITULARIS, CAPITULARE] : ADJ relating to head/poll-tax or levy;

[CAPITULARIUM, CAPITULARII] : N head/poll-tax or levy;

[CAPITULARIUS, CAPITULARII] : N tax gathers (pl.), revenue officers; recruiting officers;

[CAPITULARIUS, CAPITULARIA, CAPITULARIUM] : ADJ relating to recruiting of soldiers;

[CAPITULATIM] : ADV by headings; summarily;

[CAPITULATUS, CAPITULATA, CAPITULATUM] : ADJ having a (small) head or terminal knob;

[CAPITULUM, CAPITULI] : N chapter/article (in book); religious/cathedral chapter, chapter meeting/house;

[CAPITULUM, CAPITULI] : N little head; piles/hemorrhoids; flower-head/seed-capsule; head of a structure;

[CAPITULUS] : chapter (of a book)/ chapter, chapter meeting, chapter house.

[CAPITULUS] : chapter, chapter meeting, chapter house.

[CAPITUM, CAPITI] : N fodder for cattle;

[CAPNIAS, CAPNIAE] : N smoky specimen/variety of some precious stone; smoky topaz (l+s); kind of wine;

[CAPNION, CAPNII] : N plant, funitory, pes gallinaceus; (fumaria officinalis/corydaltis digitalia);

[CAPNION] : ADJ name of vine with grapes of smoky appearance;

[CAPNIOS, CAPNII] : N kind of wine from grapes of smoky appearance;

[CAPNIOS, CAPNIOS] : ADJ name of vine with grapes of smoky appearance;

[CAPNITESES, CAPNITAE] : N smoky specimen/variety of some precious stone; smoky topas (l+s); kind of wine;

[CAPNITIS, CAPNITIDIS] : N substance deposited by smoke from copper furnace, zno; smoky precious stone;

[CAPNOS, CAPNI] : N plant, funitory, pes gallinaceus; (fumaria officinalis/corydaltis digitalia);

[CAPO, CAPONIS] : N capon; young cockerel?;

[CAPPA, CAPPAE] : N cape, cloak, cassock, cope.

[CAPPARA, CAPPARAE] : N plant (also called portulacca);

[CAPPARI, UNDECLINED] : N caper plant (capparis spinosa); fruit of the caper, caper;

[CAPPARIS, CAPPAROS/IS] : N caper plant (capparis spinosa); fruit of the caper, caper;

[CAPPARIS] : caper-bush, caper (buds of Capparis spinosa) Capparis spinosa (L.)

[CAPPAS, CAPPADOS/IS] : N sea horse;

[CAPRA, CAPRAE] : N she-goat, nanny-goat; (caprae palus => on campus martius/circus flaminus site);

[CAPRA] : she-goat.

[CAPRAGENUS, CAPRAGENA, CAPRAGENUM] : ADJ of the flesh of wild goats;

[CAPRAGO, CAPRAGINIS] : N plant, also called cicer columbinum;

[CAPRALE, CAPRALIS] : N field/marsh/swamp fit only for goats;

[CAPRARIUS, CAPRARI(I)] : N goatherd;

[CAPRARIUS, CAPRARIA, CAPRARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the goat;

[CAPREA, CAPREAE] : N roe deer; wild she-goat (l+s);

[CAPREAGINUS, CAPREAGINA, CAPREAGINUM] : ADJ resembling a roe-deer (mottled);

[CAPREIDA, CAPREIDAE] : N diuretic? plant;

[CAPREOLA, CAPREOLAE] : N young roe doe;

[CAPREOLATIM] : ADV like twisted tendrils; in a winding/twisting manner;

[CAPREOLUS, CAPREOLI] : N young roe-deer; wild goat/chamois; rafter, support; vine tendril; weeding fork;

[CAPREOLUS] : roebuck.

[CAPRICORNUS, CAPRICORNI] : N capricorn, a sign of the zodiac;

[CAPRIFICATIO, CAPRIFICATIONIS] : N caprification, by which gall insects emerge to fertilize/puncture the wild fig;

[CAPRIFICO, CAPRIFICARE,] : V caprificate, fertilize by caprification (insects/hand puncturing the wild fig);

[CAPRIFICUS, CAPRIFICUS] : N wild fig tree; fruit of the wild fig tree, wild fig;

[CAPRIFICUS, CAPRIFICI] : N wild fig tree; fruit of the wild fig tree, wild fig;

[CAPRIGENA, CAPRIGENAE] : N goats (pl.);

[CAPRIGENUS, CAPRIGENI] : N goats (pl.);

[CAPRIGENUS, CAPRIGENA, CAPRIGENUM] : ADJ of/consisting of/sprung from goats, goat-;

[CAPRILE, CAPRILIS] : N goat pen/stall;

[CAPRILIS, CAPRILIS, CAPRILE] : ADJ of/belonging to goats;

[CAPRIMULGUS, CAPRIMULGI] : N country bumpkin, goat-milker; nightjar/goatsucker (bird caprimulgus europaeus);

[CAPRINA, CAPRINAE] : N goat flesh/meat;

[CAPRINARIUS, CAPRINARII] : N devotee of pan;

[CAPRINUS, CAPRINA, CAPRINUM] : ADJ of/belonging to/consisting of/resembling goats; (lactuca ~a => kind of spurge);

[CAPRIOLUS, CAPRIOLI] : N young roe-deer; wild goat/chamois; rafter, support; vine tendril; weeding fork;

[CAPRIPES, (GEN.), CAPRIPEDIS] : ADJ goat-footed; (epithet for rural deities);

[CAPRONA, CAPRONAE] : N forelocks (pl.); (hair hanging down on forehead of men/animals);

[CAPRONEA, CAPRONEAE] : N forelocks (pl.); (hair hanging down on forehead of men/animals);

[CAPRUGENUS, CAPRUGENA, CAPRUGENUM] : ADJ of the flesh of wild goats;

[CAPRUGINUS, CAPRUGINA, CAPRUGINUM] : ADJ of roe-deer;

[CAPRUNCULUM, CAPRUNCULI] : N earthenware vessel;

[CAPSA, CAPSAE] : N cylindrical case (for books), bookcase; receptacle for things, box, satchel;

[CAPSARIUS, CAPSARI(I)] : N slave toting boy's bookcase/satchel; who minded clothes at bath; satchelmaker;

[CAPSELLA, CAPSELLAE] : N small box/casket; coffer;

[CAPSO, CAPSERE,] : V seize (only pres form which is fut); take bribe; capture; occupy; captivate;

[CAPSULA, CAPSULAE] : N small box for books; chest, casket;

[CAPSUS, CAPSI] : N coach/carriage/wagon body; cage/pen for animals;

[CAPTATIO, CAPTATIONIS] : N action of straining after; legacy-hunting; feint to attract stroke (fencing);

[CAPTATOR, CAPTATORIS] : N legacy hunter; one who strives to obtain/eagerly reaches for/grasps at/courts;

[CAPTATORIUS, CAPTATORIA, CAPTATORIUM] : ADJ of/concerning legacy-hunting/hunters; (~as institutiones => mutual heirs);

[CAPTATRIX, (GEN.), CAPTATRICIS] : ADJ straining after, striving to obtain; (feminine adjective);

[CAPTATRIX, CAPTATRICIS] : N she who strives to obtain/eagerly reaches for/grasps at/courts;

[CAPTENSULA, CAPTENSULAE] : N fallacious argument; sophism;

[CAPTIBILIS, CAPTIBILIS, CAPTIBILE] : ADJ that can take;

[CAPTIO, CAPTIONIS] : N deception/trick/fraud; disadvantage, loss; a sophistry/quibble; right to take;

[CAPTIO] : imprisonment.

[CAPTIOSE] : ADV in a manner to score over a person/take him in/deceive him; insidiously;

[CAPTIOSUM, CAPTIOSI] : N sophisms (pl.);

[CAPTIOSUS, CAPTIOSA -UM, CAPTIOSIOR -OR -US, CAPTIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ harmful, disadvantageous; captious, intended to ensnare (arguments), deceptive;

[CAPTITO, CAPTITARE, CAPTITAVI, CAPTITATUS] : V snatch at; strive eagerly after;

[CAPTIUNCULA, CAPTIUNCULAE] : N quirk; sophism, fallacy;

[CAPTIVA, CAPTIVAE] : N prisoner (female), captive;

[CAPTIVAS] : captivity.

[CAPTIVATIO, CAPTIVATIONIS] : N subjugation; enslavement;

[CAPTIVATOR, CAPTIVATORIS] : N captor, one who takes captive;

[CAPTIVITAS, CAPTIVITATIS] : N captivity/bondage; capture/act of being captured; blindness; captives (plater);

[CAPTIVNCULA, CAPTIVNCULAE] : N legal quirk or snare;

[CAPTIVO, CAPTIVARE, CAPTIVAVI, CAPTIVATUS] : V take captive;

[CAPTIVO] : to take captive.

[CAPTIVUS, CAPTIVA, CAPTIVUM] : ADJ caught, taken captive; captured (in war), imprisoned; conquered; of captives;

[CAPTIVUS, CAPTIVI] : N prisoner of war (likely male, but maybe female), captive;

[CAPTIVUS] : captive.

[CAPTO, CAPTARE, CAPTAVI, CAPTATUS] : V try/long/aim for, desire; entice; hunt legacy; try to catch/grasp/seize/reach;

[CAPTO] : to grab, try to get, grab at.

[CAPTO] : to seize, catch at/ strive after, desire, seek.

[CAPTOR, CAPTORIS] : N hunter, huntsman, he who catches animals/game;

[CAPTRIX, CAPTRICIS] : N huntress; she who takes/catches; she who despoils;

[CAPTUM, CAPTI] : N a catch; (e.g. fish);

[CAPTURA, CAPTURAE] : N taking/catching wild game; bag, total game caught; gain, take; making profits;

[CAPTUS, CAPTA, CAPTUM] : ADJ captured, captive;

[CAPTUS, CAPTUS] : N capacity/ability/potentiality; comprehension; action/result of taking/grasping;

[CAPTUS] : a catching, taking/ power or manner of comprehension/ idea.

[CAPTUS] : taken, captured, prisoner.

[CAPUDO, CAPUDINIS] : N primitive sacrificial vessel;

[CAPULA, CAPULAE] : N small sacrificial bowl/cup; (with handles l+s);

[CAPULARIS, CAPULARIS, CAPULARE] : ADJ ready for the bier, having one foot in the grave; of/near the grave/bier;

[CAPULATIO] : decapitation.

[CAPULATOR, CAPULATORIS] : N man who draws from oil press; decanter, who pours from vessel to other (l+s);

[CAPULO, CAPULARE, CAPULAVI, CAPULATUS] : V draw off oil from the oil press; attach/halter (cattle); catch (animals);

[CAPULUM, CAPULI] : N sword-hilt/handle; handle of other implements; bier, coffin;

[CAPULUM, CAPULI] : N sepulcher, tomb, scacophagus; halter for catching/fastening cattle, lasso;

[CAPULUM] : hilt.

[CAPULUS, CAPULI] : N sepulcher, tomb, scacophagus; halter for catching/fastening cattle, lasso;

[CAPULUS, CAPULI] : N sword-hilt/handle; handle of other implements; bier, coffin;

[CAPULUS] : coffin/ handle/ hilt of a sword.

[CAPUS, CAPI] : N capon; young cockerel?;

[CAPUT IEIUNIUS] : Ash Wednesday.

[CAPUT MANSUS] : the chief residence of a village, manor house.

[CAPUT, CAPITIS] : N head; person; life; leader; top; source/mouth (river); capital (punishment);

[CAPUT] : capitis ; head / top, summit / chief.

[CAPUTALIS, CAPUTALE, CAPUTALIOR -OR -US, CAPUTALISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ belonging to the head/life; deadly, mortal; dangerous; excellent, first-rate;

[CARABUS, CARABI] : N crustacean, crayfish; sea crab (l+s); small wicker boat covered in raw hide;

[CARACALLA, CARACALLAE] : N long tunic/great-coat worn by the gauls; (name for emperor antonius caracalla);

[CARACALLIS, CARACALLIS] : N long tunic/great-coat worn by the gauls;

[CARACTER, CARACTERIS] : N branded/impressed letter/mark/etc; marking instrument; stamp, character, style;

[CARAGOGOS, CARAGOGI] : N medicinal plant;

[CARBAS, CARBAE] : N easterly wind; east-northeast wind (l+s);

[CARBASA] : (-orum, n.) flax, flaxen, made of flax.

[CARBASEUS, CARBASEA, CARBASEUM] : ADJ made of linen/flax;

[CARBASEUS] : made of canvas.

[CARBASINEUS, CARBASINEA, CARBASINEUM] : ADJ made of linen/flax;

[CARBASINUM, CARBASINI] : N clothes (pl.) made of linen/flax;

[CARBASINUS, CARBASINA, CARBASINUM] : ADJ made of linen/flax;

[CARBASUM, CARBASI] : N plant with narcotic juice;

[CARBASUM] : canvas sail.

[CARBASUS, CARBASA, CARBASUM] : ADJ made of linen/flax;

[CARBASUS, CARBASI] : N linen (cloth); fine linen, cambric; canvas; sail; linen garment/clothes; awning;

[CARBASUS] : heteroclite.

[CARBATINA, CARBATINAE] : N kind of rustic leather shoe;

[CARBATINUS, CARBATINA, CARBATINUM] : ADJ made of hide;

[CARBO, CARBONIS] : N charcoal; glowing coal; pencil/marker; worthless thing; charred remains;

[CARBO] : carbonis ; carbon, coal, charcoal.

[CARBO] : carbonis ; carbon, coal, charcoal/ burning wood, burnt wood.

[CARBONARIA, CARBONARIAE] : N furnace/chimney/oven for making charcoal (by burning wood/etc.);

[CARBONARIUS, CARBONARIA, CARBONARIUM] : ADJ of/relating to charcoal;

[CARBONARIUS, CARBONARI(I)] : N charcoal-burner, collier;

[CARBONARIUS] : a charcoal burner.

[CARBONESCO, CARBONESCERE,] : V become charcoal;

[CARBUNCULATIO, CARBUNCULATIONIS] : N affliction with a form of vine blight; disease of trees (l+s);

[CARBUNCULO, CARBUNCULARE, CARBUNCULAVI, CARBUNCULATUS] : V be afflicted with a form of vine blight;

[CARBUNCULOR, CARBUNCULARI, -, CARBUNCULATUS SUM] : V be afflicted with a form of vine blight;

[CARBUNCULOSUS, CARBUNCULOSA, CARBUNCULOSUM] : ADJ containing tophus (variety of sandstone); containing red toph-stone (l+s);

[CARBUNCULUS, CARBUNCULI] : N live coal; red tophus; precious stone; a vine blight; carbuncle/tumor/anthrax;

[CARBUNICA, CARBUNICAE] : N variety of vine;

[CARCEDONIUS, CARCEDONII] : N chalcedony; (stone of third foundation of new jerusalem in revelations 21] : 19);

[CARCER, CARCERIS] : N prison, jail; jailbird; starting barriers at race-course, traps; beginning;

[CARCER] : prison, cell, jail, dungeon.

[CARCERALIS, CARCERALIS, CARCERALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to/connected with prison;

[CARCERARIUS, CARCERARII] : N prison keeper, jailer;

[CARCERARIUS, CARCERARIA, CARCERARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/connected with prison;

[CARCERES] : the starting-place of a race course.

[CARCEREUS, CARCEREA, CARCEREUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/connected with prison;

[CARCHARUS, CARCHARI] : N kind of fish; kind of dog fish (l+s);

[CARCHESIUM, CARCHESI(I)] : N type of drinking-cup/beaker; mast-head of ship; kind of derrick, crane;

[CARCHESIUM] : a goblet with handles/ top of a mast/ scuttle.

[CARCINETHRON, CARCINETHRI] : N plant (also called polygonon), knotgrass; (pure latin geniculata);

[CARCINIAS, CARCINIAE] : N crab-colored precious stone;

[CARCINODES, CARCINODES, CARCINODES] : ADJ cancerous, polypous;

[CARCINODES, CARCINODIS] : N cancerous disease; cancer;

[CARCINOMA, CARCINOMATIS] : N ulcer or tumor (malignant?); (term of reproach by augustus for julia/agrippa);

[CARCINOTHRON, CARCINOTHRI] : N plant (also called polygonon), knotgrass; (pure latin geniculata);

[CARDAMINA, CARDAMINAE] : N cress-like plant;

[CARDAMOMUM, CARDAMOMI] : N cardamom (elettaris cardamomum); its seeds (used in medicine/spice);

[CARDAMUM, CARDAMI] : N cress-like plant; (pure latin nasturtium);

[CARDELIS, CARDELIS] : N goldfinch (fringilla carduelis); thistle-finch (l+s);

[CARDIACUS, CARDIACA, CARDIACUM] : ADJ of the heart or stomach; suffering in the stomach;

[CARDIACUS, CARDIACI] : N person suffering from heartburn or stomach distress;

[CARDIACUS] : of the stomach.

[CARDIMOMA, CARDIMOMAE] : N pain in the stomach, stomach ache;

[CARDINALIS, CARDINALIS] : N cardinal, prince of the catholic church; (elector of popes);

[CARDINALIS, CARDINALIS, CARDINALE] : ADJ that serves as a hinge/pivot/on which something turns/depends; chief, cardinal;

[CARDINALITER] : ADV chiefly, principally; especially;

[CARDINATUS, CARDINATA, CARDINATUM] : ADJ mortised; hinged to;

[CARDINEUS, CARDINEA, CARDINEUM] : ADJ of/by hinges; of/pertaining to door-hinge;

[CARDO DUPLEX] : a cardinal point/ main consideration.

[CARDO DUPLEX] : ends of the earth's axis.

[CARDO, CARDINIS] : N hinge; pole, axis; chief point/circumstance; crisis; tenon/mortise; area; limit;

[CARDO] : -inis, m.) a hinge/ pole or pivot.

[CARDUELIS, CARDUELIS] : N goldfinch (fringilla carduelis); thistle-finch (l+s);

[CARDUETUS, CARDUETI] : N thicket of thistle;

[CARDUUS, CARDUI] : N thistle; prickly bur/seed-vessel; cardoon (artichoke-like vegetable);

[CARDUUS] : thistle.

[CARE, CARIUS, CARISSIME] : ADV dear, at high price; of high value; at great cost/sacrifice;

[CARE] : ADV dearly; at a high price;

[CARECTUM, CARECTI] : N bed/plot of sedges/rushes;

[CARECTUM] : sedgy spot, place thick with rushes.

[CARENARIA, CARENARIAE] : N vessel for making carenum (sweet wine boiled down one third);

[CARENUM, CARENI] : N sweet wine boiled down one third;

[CAREO, CARERE, CARUI, CARITUS] : V be without/absent from/devoid of/free from; miss; abstain from, lack, lose;

[CAREO] : (+ abl. of sep.) be without, be deprived of, lack, want.

[CAREO] : (+ abl.) to absent oneself from.

[CAREO] : to feel the want of.

[CAREOR, CARERI, -, CARITUS SUM] : V be without/absent from/devoid of/free from; miss; abstain from, lack, lose;

[CAREOTA, CAREOTAE] : N date; nut-shaped date (l+s); (as gift on saturnalia);

[CARESCO, CARESCERE,] : V want, be without;

[CAREUM, CAREI] : N caraway;

[CAREUM] : caraway Carum carvi (L.) spice, Miller

[CAREX, CARICIS] : N reed-grass; sedges; rushes;

[CAREX] : (-icia) rush, sedge.

[CARFIATHUM, CARFIATHI] : N (superior) kind of incense; excellent kind of white frankincense;

[CARIANS, (GEN.), CARIANTIS] : ADJ decayed, rotten; defective;

[CARICA, CARICAE] : N kind of fig; (caria a country in south-west asia minor);

[CARIES, CARIEI] : N rot, rottenness, corruption, decay; caries; shriveling up; dry rot; ship worm;

[CARIES] : rottenness, corruption, decay.

[CARIES] : rottennes, corruption, decay.

[CARINA, CARINAE] : N keel, bottom of ship, hull; boat, ship, vessel; voyage; half walnut shell;

[CARINA] : the keel of a ship/ ship, vessel.

[CARINARIUS, CARINARII] : N one who dyes? brown;

[CARINATUS, CARINATA, CARINATUM] : ADJ shell-formed/shaped; like a keel/hull;

[CARINO, CARINARE, CARINAVI, CARINATUS] : V curse, abuse, revile, blame; use abusive language;

[CARINO, CARINARE, CARINAVI, CARINATUS] : V turn into/shape like a ship/hull; supply with/get/grow a shell;

[CARINOR, CARINARI,] : V curse, abuse, revile, blame; use abusive language;

[CARINUS, CARINA, CARINUM] : ADJ nut-brown (fashionable color in women's dress);

[CARIOSUS, CARIOSA, CARIOSUM] : ADJ rotten, decayed (wood/teeth); crumbly; friable, loose, porous; decayed (old);

[CARIOSUS] : rotten, decayed.

[CARIOTA, CARIOTAE] : N date; nut-shaped date (l+s); (as gift on saturnalia);

[CARIS, CARIDIS] : N kind of crustacean; shrimp/prawn?; sea-crab (l+s);

[CARIS] : (-idia f.) a kind of crab.

[CARISA, CARISAE] : N artful woman;

[CARISSUS, CARISSA, CARISSUM] : ADJ artful, sly, cunning, crafty;

[CARISTIUM, CARISTII] : N annual family banquet 3 days after parentalia (20 feb.) where feuds settled;

[CARISUS, CARISA, CARISUM] : ADJ artful, sly, cunning, crafty;

[CARITAS, CARITATIS] : N dearness; high price; love, affection, esteem, favor; charity;

[CARITAS] : charity.

[CARITAS] : dearness, affection / charity.

[CARITAS] : high price/ high cost of living/ dearness, affection.

[CARITORES, CARITORIS] : N wool-carders;

[CARMELUS, CARMELI] : N carmel; (area/mountain range in north-west palestine); beautiful hill (isaiah);

[CARMEN, CARMINIS] : N song/music; poem/play; charm; prayer, incantation, ritual/magic formula; oracle;

[CARMEN, CARMINIS] : N card for wool/flax;

[CARMEN] : song, poem.

[CARMEN] : song, poem/ prediction, incantation/ religious formula.

[CARMINABUNDUS, CARMINABUNDA, CARMINABUNDUM] : ADJ versifying;

[CARMINATIO, CARMINATIONIS] : N combing/carding (wool/flax/etc.);

[CARMINATOR, CARMINATORIS] : N carder (of wool/flax/etc.);

[CARMINO, CARMINARE, CARMINAVI, CARMINATUS] : V card (wool, etc.); produce by carding;

[CARMINO, CARMINARE, CARMINAVI, CARMINATUS] : V make verses;

[CARNALE, CARNALIS] : N carnal/sensual/worldy things; things of the flesh;

[CARNALIS, CARNALIS, CARNALE] : ADJ carnal, fleshy, bodily, sensual; of the flesh; not spiritual, worldly;

[CARNALITAS, CARNALITATIS] : N carnality, sensuality, fleshiness;

[CARNALITER] : ADV carnally, sensually; not spiritually;

[CARNARIUM, CARNARI(I)] : N meat rack (for smoking/drying); larder/pantry (l+s);

[CARNARIUS, CARNARI(I)] : N dealer in meat; butcher;

[CARNARIUS, CARNARIA, CARNARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/belonging to flesh;

[CARNATIO, CARNATIONIS] : N fleshiness, bulk, corpulence, heaviness;

[CARNATUS, CARNATA, CARNATUM] : ADJ fleshy, fat, corpulent;

[CARNERO] : butcher, seller of meat,

[CARNERO] : steer, cow.

[CARNEUS, CARNEA, CARNEUM] : ADJ of the flesh, carnal; not spiritual;

[CARNEUS] : made of flesh.

[CARNIC, CARNICIS] : N fodder plant, tree-medick medicago arborea; wood of this; scrubby snail-clover (

[CARNICULA, CARNICULAE] : N flesh;

[CARNIFEX, (GEN.), CARNIFICIS] : ADJ tormenting, torturing; murderous, killing; deadly;

[CARNIFEX, CARNIFICIS] : N executioner, hangman; murderer, butcher, torturer; scoundrel, villain;

[CARNIFEX] : executioner, hangman.

[CARNIFICINA, CARNIFICINAE] : N work/act/office of executioner/torturer; torture/execution; capital punishment;

[CARNIFICINA] : the work of a hangman, execution/ torture.

[CARNIFICIUS, CARNIFICIA, CARNIFICIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to an executioner/hangman/torturer;

[CARNIFICO, CARNIFICARE, CARNIFICAVI, CARNIFICATUS] : V execute; behead; butcher; cut in pieces, mangle;

[CARNIFICO] : behead, mangle, mutilate.

[CARNIFICOR, CARNIFICARI,] : V execute; behead; butcher; cut in pieces, mangle;

[CARNIFICUS, CARNIFICA, CARNIFICUM] : ADJ butchering;

[CARNIGER, CARNIGERA, CARNIGERUM] : ADJ bearing flesh;

[CARNIS, CARNIS] : N meat/flesh; the body; pulp/flesh of plants, sapwood; soft part; low passions;

[CARNIVORUS, CARNIVORA, CARNIVORUM] : ADJ carnivorous, flesh-eating;

[CARNOSUS, CARNOSA -UM, CARNOSIOR -OR -US, CARNOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fleshy; characterized by flesh; consisting of meat; fleshy in color/appearance;

[CARNUFEX, (GEN.), CARNUFICIS] : ADJ tormenting, torturing; murderous, killing; deadly;

[CARNUFEX, CARNUFICIS] : N executioner, hangman; murderer, butcher, torturer; scoundrel, villain;

[CARNUFICINA, CARNUFICINAE] : N work/act/office of executioner/torturer; torture/execution; capital punishment;

[CARNUFICIUS, CARNUFICIA, CARNUFICIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to an executioner/hangman/torturer;

[CARNUFICO, CARNUFICARE, CARNUFICAVI, CARNUFICATUS] : V execute; behead; butcher; cut in pieces, mangle;

[CARNUFICOR, CARNUFICARI,] : V execute; behead; butcher; cut in pieces, mangle;

[CARNUFICUS, CARNUFICA, CARNUFICUM] : ADJ butchering;

[CARNULENTUS, CARNULENTA, CARNULENTUM] : ADJ like flesh;

[CARNUTES, CARTNUTIS] : N carnutes, tribe of central gaul, around loire - caesar;

[CARO, CARERE,] : V card/comb (wool/flax/etc.);

[CARO, CARNIS] : N meat, flesh; the body; pulpy/fleshy part of plants, sapwood; soft part;

[CARO] : (carnis f.) flesh, meat/ the human body.

[CARO] : ADV dearly; dear, at a high price;

[CAROENUM, CAROENI] : N sweet wine boiled down one third;

[CAROLUS, CAROLI] : N charles; (charlemagne, 742-814, king of franks, first holy roman emperor);

[CAROS, CARI] : N variety/seed of the plant hypericum; heavy sleep, stupor, sleep of death (l+s);

[CAROTA, CAROTAE] : N carrot;

[CAROTIS, CAROTIDIS] : N carotid arteries (pl.);

[CARPA, CARPAE] : N carp; (erasmus);

[CARPASINUS, CARPASINA, CARPASINUM] : ADJ green; (vulgate ester 1] : 6);

[CARPASUM, CARPASI] : N plant with narcotic juice; (white hellebore? old);

[CARPATHIUM, CARPATHII] : N plant with narcotic juice; (white hellebore? old);

[CARPATHUM, CARPATHI] : N white hellebore plant (veratrum album);

[CARPATINUS, CARPATINA, CARPATINUM] : ADJ made of hide;

[CARPE DIEM! ] : PHRASE seize the day!

[CARPENTARIUS, CARPENTARIA, CARPENTARIUM] : ADJ of wagons/carriages/chariots; of/pertaining to carriage building;

[CARPENTARIUS, CARPENTARII] : N carriage/wagon/chariot builder, cartwright; carriage-driver, coachman (l+s);

[CARPENTARIUS, CARPENTARII] : N carriage/wagon/chariot builder/cartwright's workshop;

[CARPENTUM, CARPENTI] : N carriage (two wheeled, covered); (for women); chariot (l+s); wagon, cart;

[CARPHEOTHUM, CARPHEOTHI] : N (superior) kind of incense; excellent kind of white frankincense;

[CARPHOLOGIA, CARPHOLOGIAE] : N picking of pieces of straw from the mud/adobe walls;

[CARPHOS, CARPHI] : N fenugreek; goat's thorn;

[CARPINEUS, CARPINEA, CARPINEUM] : ADJ of/made of/pertaining to hornbeam (tree of genus carpinus);

[CARPINEUS, CARPINEI] : N hornbeam (tree carpinus betulus);

[CARPISCULUS, CARPISCULI] : N kind of shoe; groundwork/basement;

[CARPISTES, CARPISTAE] : N one of the aeons of valentinus;

[CARPO, CARPERE, CARPSI, CARPTUS] : V separate/divide, tear down; carve; despoil/fleece; pursue/harry; consume/erode;

[CARPO, CARPERE, CARPSI, CARPTUS] : V pick, pluck; gather, browse, tear off; graze, crop; tease/pull out, card (wool);

[CARPO] : to pluck, seize, grab, lay hold of, hold on to.

[CARPOPHYLLON, CARPOPHYLLI] : N shrub; (ruscus hypophyllum?);

[CARPTIM] : ADV in separate/detached/disconnected parts/units; selectively; intermittently;

[CARPTOR, CARPTORIS] : N carver (of game/poultry/etc.);

[CARPTOR] : one who carves food.

[CARPTURA, CARPTURAE] : N gathering of honey; sucking of nectar from flowers (by bees) (l+s);

[CARPUSCULUS, CARPUSCULI] : N kind of shoe; groundwork/basement;

[CARRACUTIUM, CARRACUTII] : N kind of two-wheeled carriage;

[CARRAGO, CARRAGINIS] : N fortification/barricade made of wagons; circled wagons;

[CARRARIUS, CARRARI(I)] : N one who makes/repairs wagons/carts/carriages; cartwright in the army;

[CARRO, CARRERE,] : V card/comb (wool/flax/etc.);

[CARROBALISTA, CARROBALISTAE] : N ballista/catapult mounted on a carriage; (equivalent of a 'field gun');

[CARROBALLISTA, CARROBALLISTAE] : N ballista/catapult mounted on a carriage; (equivalent of a 'field gun');

[CARROCO, CARROCONIS] : N sturgeon (acipenser sturio);

[CARRUCA, CARRUCAE] : N traveling-carriage; (four-wheeled l+s); state coach;

[CARRUCA] : four-wheeled carriage.

[CARRUCARIUS, CARRUCARIA, CARRUCARIUM] : ADJ used for/pertaining to carriages/carruca;

[CARRUCARIUS, CARRUCARII] : N coachman;

[CARRUCHA, CARRUCHAE] : N traveling-carriage; (four-wheeled l+s); state coach;

[CARRULUS, CARRULI] : N small/little cart/wagon;

[CARRUM, CARRI] : N wagon; (gallic type);

[CARRUS, CARRI] : N wagon; (gallic type);

[CARRUS] : four-wheeled baggage wagon.

[CARTA, CARTAE] : N (sheet/page of) papyrus; record/letter, book/writing(s); thin metal sheet/leaf;

[CARTAGO, CARTAGINIS] : N carthage;

[CARTALLUS, CARTALLI] : N basket;

[CARTHAGINIENSIS, CARTHAGINIENSIS, CARTHAGINIENSE] : ADJ of/belonging to carthage, carthaginian; (also of new carthage in spain);

[CARTHAGINIENSIS, CARTHAGINIENSIS] : N carthaginian, inhabitant of carthage; (also of new carthage in spain?);

[CARTHAGO, CARTHAGINIS] : N carthage;

[CARTIBULUM, CARTIBULI] : N kind of oblong table standing on a pedestal;

[CARTILAGINEUS, CARTILAGINEA, CARTILAGINEUM] : ADJ cartilaginous, gristly;

[CARTILAGINOSUS, CARTILAGINOSA, CARTILAGINOSUM] : ADJ characterized by/full of cartilage/other tough fibrous tissue, very gristly;

[CARTILAGO, CARTILAGINIS] : N cartilage, gristle; substance harder than pulp but softer than woody fiber;

[CARTULA, CARTULAE] : N scrap/piece of papyrus; small note, bill (l+s);

[CARTUS, CARTI] : N (sheet/page of) papyrus; record/letter, book/writing(s); thin metal sheet/leaf;

[CARUNCULA, CARUNCULAE] : N little piece of flesh; piece of tissue (medical), fleshy growth;

[CARUNCULA] : small piece of flesh.

[CARUS, CARA -UM, CARIOR -OR -US, CARISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ dear, beloved; costly, precious, valued; high-priced, expensive;

[CARUS] : dear, beloved/ costly, high-priced, expensive.

[CARUS] : dear, beloved / costly, high-priced, expensive.

[CARYINON] : ADJ made of walnuts, walnut-; made of nuts (l+s);

[CARYINOS, CARYINOS] : ADJ made of walnuts, walnut-; made of nuts (l+s);

[CARYINUS, CARYINA, CARYINUM] : ADJ made of walnuts, walnut-; made of nuts (l+s);

[CARYITES, CARYITAE] : N variety of spurge; species of tithymalus (l+s);

[CARYON, CARYI] : N walnut; nut (l+s);

[CARYOPHYLLON, CARYOPHYLLI] : N dried flower-buds of the clove; cloves;

[CARYOTA, CARYOTAE] : N date; nut-shaped date (l+s); (as gift on saturnalia);

[CARYOTIS, CARYOTIDIS] : N date; nut-shaped date (l+s); (as gift on saturnalia);

[CASA, CASAE] : N cottage/small humble dwelling, hut/hovel; home; house; shop, booth; farm (late);

[CASA] : hut, cottage, cabin.

[CASABUNDUS, CASABUNDA, CASABUNDUM] : ADJ stumbling, tottering; ready to fall;

[CASAMUS, CASAMI] : N old man; attendant;

[CASARIA, CASARIAE] : N one (god/spirit?) who guards over a cottage;

[CASARIUS, CASARIA, CASARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a cottage;

[CASARIUS, CASARII] : N dweller in a cottage; cottager;

[CASCE] : ADV in an archaic/out-of-date/old-fashion manner;

[CASCUS, CASCA, CASCUM] : ADJ ancient, old; archaic; primitive;

[CASEARIUS, CASEARIA, CASEARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to cheese, cheese-;

[CASEATUS, CASEATA, CASEATUM] : ADJ mixed with cheese;

[CASELLULA, CASELLULAE] : N little hut;

[CASEOLUS, CASEOLI] : N small cheese;

[CASEUM, CASEI] : N cheese; pressed curd; comic term of endearment (l+s);

[CASEUS, CASEI] : N cheese; pressed curd; comic term of endearment (l+s);

[CASEUS] : cheese.

[CASIA, CASIAE] : N cinnamon (cinnamomum tree/bark/spice); aromatic shrub (mezereon or marjoram?);

[CASIA] : a tree with an aromatic bark, cassia/ sweet-smelling mezereon.

[CASIAE] : -ae, (fem.) cassia, casia Celsus; Spencer

[CASIARIUS, CASIARIA, CASIARIUM] : ADJ of/connected with cheese;

[CASIGNETE, CASIGNETES] : N plant (unknown);

[CASIGNETE] : ADJ unknown plant (feminine adjective);

[CASILA, CASILAE] : N helmet (metal) (sabine form); wearer of a helmet; war, active service;

[CASITO, CASITARE, CASITAVI, CASITATUS] : V fall/drop down repeatedly/frequently;

[CASLEU, UNDECLINED] : N chislev/kislev, jewish month; (ninth in ecclesiatic year);

[CASMILA, CASMILAE] : N handmaiden/female of unblemished character attendant in religious ceremonies;

[CASMILUS, CASMILI] : N boy/noble youth attendant of a flamen/priest;

[CASNAR, UNDECLINED] : N old man; attendant;

[CASSABUNDUS, CASSABUNDA, CASSABUNDUM] : ADJ stumbling, tottering; ready to fall;

[CASSES] : a net, trap, snare, spider's web.

[CASSIA, CASSIAE] : N cinnamon (cinnamomum tree/bark/spice); aromatic shrub (mezereon or marjoram?);

[CASSICULUS, CASSICULI] : N small net; cobweb;

[CASSIDA, CASSIDAE] : N helmet (metal); wearer of a helmet; war, active service;

[CASSIDA] : a metal helmet.

[CASSIDARIUS, CASSIDARII] : N helmet maker;

[CASSIDILE, CASSIDILIS] : N wallet; stachel; bag (souter);

[CASSIFILE, CASSIDILIS] : N small bag, wallet;

[CASSIS, CASSIDIS] : N helmet (metal); wearer of a helmet; war, active service;

[CASSIS, CASSIS] : N hunting net (often pl.); spider's web; snare, trap;

[CASSIS] : a metal helmet.

[CASSITA, CASSITAE] : N crested/tufted lark (alauda cristata);

[CASSITERINUS, CASSITERINA, CASSITERINUM] : ADJ made of tin;

[CASSITERUM, CASSITERI] : N tin; (originally a mixture of lead/silver and other metals l+s);

[CASSITO, CASSITARE, CASSITAVI, CASSITATUS] : V drip;

[CASSIUS, CASSI] : N cassius; (roman gens name); l. c~ longinus defeated by helvetii; caesar killer;

[CASSIUS, CASSIA, CASSIUM] : ADJ cassius, roman gens; l. c~ longinus defeated by helvetii; c. c~ l~ assassin;

[CASSIVELLAUNUS, CASSIVELLAUNI] : N cassiveellaunus, commander of the forces of the britons - caesar;

[CASSO, CASSARE, CASSAVI, CASSATUS] : V bring to naught, destroy; annul, make null and void;

[CASSO, CASSARE, CASSAVI, CASSATUS] : V totter, begin to fall; shake, waver (l+s);

[CASSO] : in vain.

[CASSO] : to bring to naught, destroy, annul, make void.

[CASSUM, CASSI] : N empty/vain/futile things (pl.);

[CASSUS, CASSA, CASSUM] : ADJ hollow, empty, devoid of, lacking; fruitless, vain (in cassum => in vain);

[CASSUS, CASSUS] : N fall, overthrow; chance/fortune; accident, emergency, calamity, plight; fate;

[CASSUS] : empty, hollow/

[CASTANEA, CASTANEAE] : N chestnut-tree, chestnut;

[CASTANEA] : a chestnut or chestnut.

[CASTANETUM, CASTANETI] : N chestnut plantation;

[CASTANIETUM, CASTANIETI] : N chestnut plantation/grove;

[CASTE, CASTIUS, CASTISSIME] : ADV uprightly, w/integrity; chastely, w/sexual/ceremonial purity; spotlessly;

[CASTE] : purely, spotlessly, purely, uprightly, chastely.

[CASTELLANI] : garrison of a fortress.

[CASTELLANUS, CASTELLANA, CASTELLANUM] : ADJ of/connected with/pertaining to/associated with a fort/fortress/castle;

[CASTELLANUS, CASTELLANI] : N garrison/occupants (pl.) of a fort/fortress/castle;;

[CASTELLANUS] : relating to a fortress, castellan.

[CASTELLARIUS, CASTELLARII] : N keeper of a reservoir;

[CASTELLATIM] : ADV at intervals (in manner of strongpoints), in separate detachments; castle-wise;

[CASTELLATIM] : in single fortresses.

[CASTELLUM, CASTELLI] : N structure in which water from aqueduct is collected for distribution, reservoir

[CASTELLUM, CASTELLI] : N redoubt, fortress, stronghold, fortified settlement, refuge; garrison, citadel;

[CASTELLUM, CASTELLI] : N town, village; (medieval);

[CASTELLUM] : castle, fortress, fort, citadel/ shelter, refuge.

[CASTERIA, CASTERIAE] : N part of a ship?] : (where rowers were accustomed to rest, rower's room l+s);

[CASTIFICO, CASTIFICARE, CASTIFICAVI, CASTIFICATUS] : V punish, correct; make pure;

[CASTIFICUS, CASTIFICA, CASTIFICUM] : ADJ acting chastely, pure; purifying (~ lavacrum => baptism) (l+s);

[CASTIGABILIS, CASTIGABILIS, CASTIGABILE] : ADJ that deserves punishment; deserving of punishment/reprimand/chastising;

[CASTIGATE] : ADV chastely; strictly; briefly (l+s); restrainedly, within bounds;

[CASTIGATIO, CASTIGATIONIS] : N punishment; reprimand, reproof; pruning (trees/etc.); tempering (speech) (l+s);

[CASTIGATOR, CASTIGATORIS] : N corrector, reprover, chastiser;

[CASTIGATOR] : one who punishes, reproves, corrects.

[CASTIGATORIUS, CASTIGATORIA, CASTIGATORIUM] : ADJ of the nature of a reproof; reproving, censuring (l+s);

[CASTIGATUS, CASTIGATA -UM, CASTIGATIOR -OR -US, CASTIGATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ tightly drawn, restrained, confined, compressed; small/slender; strict, severe;

[CASTIGATUS] : restrained, orderly, neat.

[CASTIGO, CASTIGARE, CASTIGAVI, CASTIGATUS] : V chastise/chasten, punish; correct, reprimand/dress down, castigate; neutralize;

[CASTIGO] : reprove, chasten, punish, chastise/ check, restrain.

[CASTIMONIA, CASTIMONIAE] : N chastity, abstinence, ceremonial purity/purification; morality, moral purity;

[CASTIMONIA] : purity, chastity, state of being unpolluted, morally clean.

[CASTIMONIALIS, CASTIMONIALIS, CASTIMONIALE] : ADJ pertaining to abstinence or continence/self-restraint;

[CASTIMONIUM, CASTIMONI(I)] : N abstinent practice; abstinence (sexual/from meat) for ritual; purity of morals;

[CASTITAS, CASTITATIS] : N chastity, fidelity; virginity; sexual/moral/ritual purity; integrity, morality;

[CASTITAS] : chastity, pure, morally clean, unpolluted.

[CASTITUDO, CASTITUDINIS] : N chastity, fidelity; virginity; sexual/moral/ritual purity; integrity, morality;

[CASTOR, CASTORIS] : N castor; (twin to pollux, brother to helen); st elmo's fire (pl.), corposant;

[CASTOR, CASTORIS] : N beaver (castor fiber);

[CASTOR, CASTOROS/IS] : N beaver (castor fiber);

[CASTOR] : beaver.

[CASTOREUM, CASTOREI] : N castor, aromatic secretion obtained from the beaver used medicinally;

[CASTORINATUS, CASTORINATA, CASTORINATUM] : ADJ clothed in beaver fur;

[CASTORINUS, CASTORINA, CASTORINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the beaver, beaver-;

[CASTRA AESTIVA] : summer camp, quarters, bivouac.

[CASTRA HIBERNA] : winter camp, quarters, station

[CASTRA, CASTRAE] : N camp, military camp/field; army; fort, fortress; war service; day's march;

[CASTRAMETOR, CASTRAMETARI, -, CASTRAMETATUS SUM] : V pitch a camp; encamp;

[CASTRATIO, CASTRATIONIS] : N castration; emasculation; gelding;

[CASTRATOR, CASTRATORIS] : N one who castrates/gelds, castrator;

[CASTRATORIUS, CASTRATORIA, CASTRATORIUM] : ADJ of/for castration;

[CASTRATURA, CASTRATURAE] : N castration, emasculation; pruning of plants;

[CASTRATUS, CASTRATA, CASTRATUM] : ADJ castrated; (applied to seeds of apple); bolted/sifted/selected (grain);

[CASTRATUS, CASTRATI] : N eunuch, castrated man;

[CASTRENS, CASTRENSIS] : N high imperial court officer (constantinople); soldier in camp;

[CASTRENSIANUS, CASTRENSIANI] : N attendants (pl.) to castrensis (constantinople high imperial court officer);

[CASTRENSIARIUS, CASTRENSIARII] : N purveyor for the camp, suttler;

[CASTRENSIS, CASTRENSIS, CASTRENSE] : ADJ of/connected with camp or active military service; characteristic of soldiers;

[CASTRENSIS] : pertaining to a camp, military/ disciplined, orderly.

[CASTRMETOR, CASTRMETARI, -, CASTRMATATUS SUM] : V pitch a camp; set up/pitch camp;

[CASTRO, CASTRARE, CASTRAVI, CASTRATUS] : V castrate, emasculate/unman; spay (animal); dock (tail); diminish/impair/weaken;

[CASTRO] : castrate, enervate, weaken, unman, emasculate.

[CASTRUM, CASTRI] : N fort/fortress; camp (pl.), military camp/field; army; war service; day's march;

[CASTRUM, CASTRI] : N castle, fortress; (fortified) town;

[CASTRUM] : castle, fort, fortress, fortified encampment, station.

[CASTULA, CASTULAE] : N kind of petticoat, garment worn by women;

[CASTUM, CASTI] : N festival/period of ceremonial/required abstinence/continence dedicated to a god;

[CASTUS, CASTA -UM, CASTIOR -OR -US, CASTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ pure, moral; chaste, virtuous, pious; sacred; spotless; free from/untouched by;

[CASTUS, CASTUS] : N ceremonial state of abstinence; sexual abstinence on religious grounds;

[CASTUS] : clean pure, chaste/ pious.

[CASU] : ADV by chance/accident; accidentally; casually; (ablative of casus);

[CASUALIS, CASUALIS, CASUALE] : ADJ influenced by/dependent on chance, fortuitous; casual;

[CASUALIS, CASUALIS, CASUALE] : ADJ relating to/depending on grammatical case;

[CASUALIS] : accidental, fortuitous.

[CASUALITER] : ADV relating to/declined with cases; accidentally, fortuitously;

[CASULA, CASULAE] : N little/small/humble cottage, hut;

[CASULA] : chasuble, monk's cowl.

[CASURUS, CASURUS] : N fall, overthrow; (vulgate acts 28] : 6); (calamity, plight; fate;)

[CASUS, CASUS] : N fall, overthrow; chance/fortune; accident, emergency, calamity, plight; fate;

[CASUS, CASUS] : N grammatical case; termination/ending (of words);

[CASUS] : a falling / occasion, opportunity / event, accident, violent death

[CASUS] : a falling/ occasion, opportunity/ event.

[CASUS] : accident, violent death.

[CASUS] : accident, chance, fortune.

[CASUS] : downfall

[CASUS] : downfall.

[CATA] : PREP ABL by; (in distributed sense); (cata mane mane => morning by morning);

[CATABASIS, CATABASIS] : N going down/decent; (name of a ceremonial at festival of magna mater);

[CATABOLENSIS, CATABOLENSIS] : N class of carriers who transport burdens by draft animals, kind of muleteers;

[CATACECAUMENITES, CATACECAUMENITAE] : N wine produced in catacecaumene district in eastern lydia;

[CATACHANA, CATACHANAE] : N tree on which several different fruits have been grafted;

[CATACHANNA, CATACHANNAE] : N tree on which several different fruits have been grafted;

[CATACHRESIS, CATACHRESIS] : N improper use of a word;i (pure latin abusio);

[CATACLISTICUS, CATACLISTICA, CATACLISTICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to state/special occasion/formal dress;

[CATACLISTUS, CATACLISTA, CATACLISTUM] : ADJ kept for special occasions (clothes), sunday best; (~ vestis => state dress);

[CATACLYSMOS, CATACLYSMI] : N deluge, flood, inundation; (medical) washing diseased member, shower, douche;

[CATACLYSMUS, CATACLYSMI] : N deluge, flood, inundation; (medical) washing diseased member, shower, douche;

[CATACUMBA, CATACUMBAE] : N catacombs;

[CATADROMARIUS, CATADROMARII] : N one who rides down a catadromus (catwalk suspended on ropes), rope-dancer;

[CATADROMUS, CATADROMI] : N kind of catwalk suspended on ropes; (for a rope_dancer);

[CATADUPUM, CATADUPI] : N cataracts (pl.); (specifically nile cataracts);

[CATAEGIS, CATAEGIDIS] : N hurricane; violent wind storm; whirlwind;

[CATAFRACTA, CATAFRACTAE] : N coat of mail; chain mail clad soldier;

[CATAFRACTARIUS, CATAFRACTARII] : N mail-clad/armored soldier;

[CATAFRACTARIUS, CATAFRACTARIA, CATAFRACTARIUM] : ADJ wearing mail, armored;

[CATAFRACTATUS, CATAFRACTATA, CATAFRACTATUM] : ADJ wearing/equipped with mail, armored;

[CATAFRACTES, CATAFRACTAE] : N coat of mail; chain mail clad soldier;

[CATAFRACTUS, CATAFRACTA, CATAFRACTUM] : ADJ clad in mail;

[CATAFRACTUS, CATAFRACTI] : N soldier clad in mail;

[CATAGRAPHUM, CATAGRAPHI] : N three-quarter face portrait; profile portraits (pl.), side views (l+s);

[CATAGRAPHUS, CATAGRAPHA, CATAGRAPHUM] : ADJ painted, colored, depicted; figured (material);

[CATAGUSA, CATAGUSAE] : N name of a statue; (ceres bring prosperine to pluto l+s);

[CATALECTICON] : ADJ having an incomplete final foot (of meter); forming such a foot (of syllable);

[CATALECTICOS, CATALECTICOS] : ADJ having an incomplete final foot (of meter); forming such a foot (of syllable);

[CATALECTICUS, CATALECTICA, CATALECTICUM] : ADJ having an incomplete final foot (of meter); forming such a foot (of syllable);

[CATALECTUS, CATALECTA, CATALECTUM] : ADJ having an incomplete final foot (of meter); forming such a foot (of syllable);

[CATALEPSIS, CATALEPSIS] : N catalepsy, seizure, sudden attack of sickness;

[CATALEPTICUS, CATALEPTICA, CATALEPTICUM] : ADJ cataleptic; subject to seizures/sudden attacks of sickness;

[CATALEXIS, CATALEXIS] : N loss of a syllable in a final metrical foot;

[CATALOGUS, CATALOGI] : N enumeration, list of names; catalog;

[CATAMPO, CATAMPONIS] : N kind of play/sport/game;

[CATANANCE, CATANANCES] : N kind of vetch used for love charms;

[CATAPHAGAS, CATAPHAGAE] : N glutton; gourmand;

[CATAPHASIS, CATAPHASOS/IS] : N affirmation;

[CATAPHRACTA, CATAPHRACTAE] : N coat of mail; chain mail clad soldier;

[CATAPHRACTARIUS, CATAPHRACTARII] : N mail-clad/armored soldier;

[CATAPHRACTARIUS, CATAPHRACTARIA, CATAPHRACTARIUM] : ADJ wearing mail, armored;

[CATAPHRACTES, CATAPHRACTAE] : N coat of mail; chain mail clad soldier;

[CATAPHRACTUS, CATAPHRACTA, CATAPHRACTUM] : ADJ clad in mail;

[CATAPHRACTUS, CATAPHRACTI] : N soldier clad in mail;

[CATAPIRATERIA, CATAPIRATERIAE] : N sounding-line/lead;

[CATAPIRATES, CATAPIRATIS] : N sounding-line; (gender contrary to rule old);

[CATAPLASMA, CATAPLASMATIS] : N poultice; plaster;

[CATAPLASMO, CATAPLASMARE, CATAPLASMAVI, CATAPLASMATUS] : V apply a poultice/plaster (to);

[CATAPLASMUS, CATAPLASMI] : N poultice; plaster;

[CATAPLECTATIO, CATAPLECTATIONIS] : N consternation; terror (vulgate sirach 21] : 4);

[CATAPLEXIS, CATAPLEXIS] : N object of admiration;

[CATAPLUS, CATAPLI] : N action of putting/getting into port; the ship/fleet that comes to land;

[CATAPOTIUM, CATAPOTII] : N pill (medicine); (that which is swallowed);

[CATAPULTA, CATAPULTAE] : N catapult, an engine which shot large arrow/bolt/missile; missile itself (l+s);

[CATAPULTARIUS, CATAPULTARIA, CATAPULTARIUM] : ADJ of/connected with/thrown by a catapult (engine which shot large arrows/bolts);

[CATARACTA, CATARACTAE] : N cataract/rapid; waterfall; sluice, watergate; portcullis, drawbridge; sea bird;

[CATARACTES, CATARACTAE] : N cataract/rapid; waterfall; sluice, watergate; portcullis, drawbridge; sea bird;

[CATARACTRIA, CATARACTRIAE] : N fictitious condiment/spice; (coined by plautus l+s);

[CATARHACTES, CATARHACTAE] : N cataract/rapid; waterfall; sluice, watergate; portcullis, drawbridge; sea bird;

[CATARRACTA, CATARRACTAE] : N cataract/rapid; waterfall; sluice, watergate; portcullis, drawbridge; sea bird;

[CATARRACTES, CATARRACTAE] : N cataract/rapid; waterfall; sluice, watergate; portcullis, drawbridge; sea bird;

[CATARRHACTES, CATARRHACTAE] : N cataract/rapid; waterfall; sluice, watergate; portcullis, drawbridge; sea bird;

[CATARRHUS, CATARRHI] : N cold, catarrh, rheum, flu; flowing down, runny nose, flow of mucus with a cold;

[CATASCEUA, CATASCEUAE] : N constructive argument; confirmation of an assumption (l+s);

[CATASCEUE, CATASCEUES] : N constructive argument; confirmation of an assumption (l+s);

[CATASCOPISCUS, CATASCOPISCI] : N light vessel for reconnoitering/spying/lookout; (navigium speculatorium);

[CATASCOPIUM, CATASCOPII] : N light vessel for reconnoitering;

[CATASCOPUS, CATASCOPI] : N light vessel for reconnoitering;

[CATASTA, CATASTAE] : N scaffold for burning martyrs/heretics/criminals; stage for delivering lectures;

[CATASTA, CATASTAE] : N platform where slaves were exhibited for sale; (late) stage, scaffold;

[CATASTALTICUS, CATASTALTICA, CATASTALTICUM] : ADJ restraining, checking (medical);

[CATASTATICE, CATASTATICES] : N plant; (pure latin scelerata);

[CATASTEMA, CATASTEMATIS] : N position/situation/condition (of a star);

[CATASTROPHA, CATASTROPHAE] : N sensational act, coup de theatre; turning point of an action/catastrophe (l+s);

[CATATEXITECHNUS, CATATEXITECHNA, CATATEXITECHNUM] : ADJ that wastes his art;

[CATATONUS, CATATONA, CATATONUM] : ADJ low strung (referring to length of tightened skeins of a catapult); depressed;

[CATAX, (GEN.), CATACIS] : ADJ lame; limping;

[CATE] : ADV well, sagaciously, wisely, intelligently; clearly; slyly, craftily, artfully;

[CATECHESIS, CATECHESIS] : N religious instruction; catechetical instruction/interrogation;

[CATECHISMUS, CATECHISMI] : N catechism, book of elementary christian instruction;

[CATECHISSO, CATECHISSARE, CATECHISSAVI, CATECHISSATUS] : V instruct in religion, teach by question and answer, catechize;

[CATECHISTA, CATECHISTAE] : N catechist, religious teacher;

[CATECHIZO, CATECHIZARE, CATECHIZAVI, CATECHIZATUS] : V instruct in religion, teach by question and answer, catechize;

[CATECHUMENA, CATECHUMENAE] : N one receiving elementary religious instruction before baptism, catechumen;

[CATECHUMENUS, CATECHUMENI] : N one receiving elementary religious instruction before baptism, catechumen;

[CATECIZO, CATECIZARE, CATECIZAVI, CATECIZATUS] : V instruct in religion, teach by question and answer, catechize;

[CATEGORIA, CATEGORIAE] : N accusation; predicament, category/class of predicables (logic);

[CATEGORICUS, CATEGORICA, CATEGORICUM] : ADJ relating to a category, categorical;

[CATEIA, CATEIAE] : N kind of spear; (probably barbed);

[CATELA, CATELAE] : N curved missile weapon; boomerang?;

[CATELLA, CATELLAE] : N puppy (female), young/little bitch; lap dog; little/light/ornamental chain;

[CATELLUS, CATELLI] : N little/small/young dog, puppy; (term of endearment); little/light chain;

[CATENA, CATENAE] : N chain; series; fetter, bond, restraint; imprisonment, captivity; (chain mail);

[CATENA] : chain, fetters.

[CATENARIUS, CATENARIA, CATENARIUM] : ADJ chained, on a chain, fastened on a chain (e.g., dog); of/pertaining to a chain;

[CATENATIO, CATENATIONIS] : N connection, joining; band, clamp, clincher, pin (l+s);

[CATENATUS, CATENATA, CATENATUM] : ADJ chained, fettered; fixed/secured/attached by chain; arranged in a chain/series;

[CATENO, CATENARE, CATENAVI, CATENATUS] : V chain/bind/tie/shackle together; secure with bonds/chains/fetters;

[CATENULA, CATENULAE] : N little/small/light/ornamental chain;

[CATERVA, CATERVAE] : N crowd/cluster; troop, company, band of men/followers/actors; flock/herd/swarm;

[CATERVA] : crowd, troop, flock.

[CATERVARIUS, CATERVARIA, CATERVARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/belonging to troop/company/band; in bands;

[CATERVATIM] : ADV in troops/bands/large numbers; in (disordered) masses; in herds/flocks/swarms;

[CATERVATIM] : in troops, in masses.

[CATHAMINTHA AGRIA] : calamintha (error for) p. 43

[CATHARMOS, CATHARMI] : N purification rites (pl.); title of poem by empedocles;

[CATHARTICUM, CATHARTICI] : N cathartic, purgative; means for purifying; purification;

[CATHEDRA, CATHEDRAE] : N bishop's chair/throne/office; professor/teacher's chair/office, professorship;

[CATHEDRA, CATHEDRAE] : N armchair, easy chair (for women); cushioned seat/stool; sedan;

[CATHEDRALICIUS, CATHEDRALICIA, CATHEDRALICIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to an arm/easy/cushioned/(woman's) chair; effeminate;

[CATHEDRALIS, CATHEDRALIS, CATHEDRALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to an bishop's see or cathedral; (~ ecclesia => cathedral);

[CATHEDRARIUS, CATHEDRARIA, CATHEDRARIUM] : ADJ fitted as/carrying a cathedra (arm/easy/sedan chair); having professor's chair;

[CATHEDRATUS, CATHEDRATA, CATHEDRATUM] : ADJ fitted with cushioned seats (as a cathedra - arm/easy/cushioned chair);

[CATHETER, CATHETERIS] : N catheter, instrument for drawing urine;

[CATHETERISMUS, CATHETERISMI] : N application of a catheter, drawing urine, relieving pressure on the bladder;

[CATHETON] : ADJ perpendicular;

[CATHETOS, CATHETOS] : ADJ perpendicular;

[CATHETUS, CATHETA, CATHETUM] : ADJ perpendicular;

[CATHETUS, CATHETI] : N perpendicular line;

[CATHOLICE] : ADV universally; in the catholic way, according to catholic rite (def);

[CATHOLICUM, CATHOLICI] : N general principle; universal truth; universe (pl.); general properties;

[CATHOLICUS, CATHOLICA, CATHOLICUM] : ADJ catholic; universal; (roman) catholic, orthodox;

[CATHOLICUS, CATHOLICI] : N catholic, one baptized and fully in communion with the catholic church;

[CATILLAMEN, CATILLAMINIS] : N junket, curds and cream, cream pudding; sweet dish, sweetmeat;

[CATILLATIO, CATILLATIONIS] : N licking the plate; greed; extortion; plundering of friendly provinces (l+s);

[CATILLO, CATILLARE, CATILLAVI, CATILLATUS] : V lick plates;

[CATILLO, CATILLONIS] : N licker of plates, one who cleans his plate, glutton; edible fish (lupus?);

[CATILLUM, CATILLI] : N bowl, dish; ornament on sword sheath (l+s); upper millstone;

[CATILLUS, CATILLI] : N bowl, dish; ornament on sword sheath (l+s); upper millstone;

[CATINULUS, CATINULI] : N small bowl/dish/plate;

[CATINUM, CATINI] : N large bowl/dish; main chamber in a forepump; smelting crucible; hollow in rock;

[CATINUS, CATINI] : N large bowl/dish; main chamber in a forepump; smelting crucible; hollow in rock;

[CATLASTER, CATLASTRI] : N young man; boy, lad, stripling;

[CATLITIO, CATLITIONIS] : N being in heat; desire to mate;

[CATLUTIO, CATLUTIONIS] : N being in heat; desire to mate;

[CATO, CATONIS] : N cato; (roman cognomen); (m. porcius cato, the censor);

[CATOBLEPAS, CATOBLEPAE] : N wild animal in ethiopia; species of buffalo?/gnu? (l+s);

[CATOCHA, CATOCHAE] : N complete stupor; catalepsy;

[CATOCHITIS, CATOCHIDIS] : N unknown precious stone (said to have an adhesive surface) (from corsica l+s);

[CATOECICUS, CATOECICA, CATOECICUM] : ADJ assigned to military colonists;

[CATOMIDIO, CATOMIDIARE, CATOMIDIAVI, CATOMIDIATUS] : V lay one over the shoulders of another and flog him; strike on the shoulders;

[CATOMUN] : ADV over the shoulders (for flogging);

[CATOMUS, CATOMI] : N shoulders; (for flogging);

[CATONIUM, CATONII] : N the lower world;

[CATOPTRITIS, CATOPTRITIDIS] : N unknown precious stone; (found in cappadocia l+s);

[CATORCHITES, CATORCHITES, CATORCHITES] : ADJ fig (wine); (catorchites vinum +> wine made of figs);

[CATTA, CATTAE] : N edible species of bird; unknown species of animal (l+s);

[CATTUS, CATTI] : N cat; wild cat; kind of trout; siege engine;

[CATTUS] : cat.

[CATULA, CATULAE] : N young/small bitch;

[CATULARIUS, CATULARIA, CATULARIUM] : ADJ of the dogs; (~ porta => roman gate where dogs were sacrificed);

[CATULASTER, CATULASTRI] : N young man; boy, lad, stripling;

[CATULINA, CATULINAE] : N dog meat/flesh;

[CATULINUS, CATULINA, CATULINUM] : ADJ of/belonging to (young) dogs;

[CATULIO, CATULIRE,] : V be in heat, desire to mate; (e.g., a bitch);

[CATULOTICUS, CATULOTICA, CATULOTICUM] : ADJ good for heating over;

[CATULUS, CATULI] : N young dog, puppy, whelp; dog (any age); young of any animal, pup/cub; fetter;

[CATUS, CATA, CATUM] : ADJ knowing, clever, shrewd, wise, prudent, circumspect; shrill/clear (sound);

[CATUS, CATI] : N cat; wild cat; kind of trout; siege engine; male cat (l+s);

[CAUCALIS, CAUCALIDIS] : N umbelliferous plant;

[CAUCULA, CAUCULAE] : N small dish;

[CAUCULATOR, CAUCULATORIS] : N calculator, reckoner;

[CAUCULUS, CAUCULI] : N pebble; (bladder) stone; piece for reckoning/voting/game; calculation;

[CAUCUS, CAUCI] : N drinking vessel;

[CAUDA, CAUDAE] : N tail (animal); extreme part/tail of anything; penis (horace);

[CAUDA] : the tail of an animal.

[CAUDECUS, CAUDECA, CAUDECUM] : ADJ wooden, made of wood;

[CAUDEUS, CAUDEA, CAUDEUM] : ADJ wooden, made of wood;

[CAUDEX, CAUDICIS] : N trunk of tree; piece/hunk of wood; blockhead; (bound) book; note/account book;

[CAUDICA, CAUDICAE] : N kind of barge/lighter;

[CAUDICALIS, CAUDICALIS, CAUDICALE] : ADJ pertaining to/dealing with tree-trunks/logs; employment of log-splitting (l+s);

[CAUDICARIUS, CAUDICARII] : N bargeman, lighterman; (esp. those who brought grain from ostia to rome (l+s));

[CAUDICARIUS, CAUDICARIA, CAUDICARIUM] : ADJ kind of barge/lighter (w/navis);

[CAUITIO, CAUITIONIS] : N bail/pledge/security, undertaking, guarantee; caution/wariness; circumspection;

[CAULA, CAULAE] : N railing (pl.), lattice barrier; holes, pores, apertures;

[CAULATOR, CAULATORIS] : N jester, banterer; quibbler, caviler, sophist, captious critic;

[CAULETUM, CAULETI] : N cabbage-garden; (erasmus);

[CAULIAS, CAULIAE] : N thing taken/derived form the stalk; (as opposed to rhizias - from the root);

[CAULICULATUS, CAULICULATA, CAULICULATUM] : ADJ having/furnished with a stalk;

[CAULICULUS, CAULICULI] : N stalk/stem (small); small cabbage, cabbage sprout; pillar like a stalk/shoot;

[CAULIS, CAULIS] : N stalk/stem; stem of a cabbage/lettuce/etc; cabbage/lettuce; quill; penis;

[CAULLA, CAULLAE] : N railing (pl.), lattice barrier; holes, pores, apertures;

[CAULODES, CAULODES, CAULODES] : ADJ stalk-like; (~ brassica => kind of cabbage with large leaves);

[CAUMA, CAUMATIS] : N the heat;

[CAUPO, CAUPONIS] : N shopkeeper, salesman, huckster; innkeeper, keeper of a tavern;

[CAUPONA, CAUPONAE] : N landlady; (female) shopkeeper, innkeeper; inn, tavern, lodging-house;

[CAUPONARIA, CAUPONARIAE] : N female shopkeeper; female innkeeper (erasmus);

[CAUPONARIUS, CAUPONARII] : N shopkeeper;

[CAUPONIUM, CAUPONII] : N tavern; tavern/inn/shop furniture/fixtures (l+s);

[CAUPONIUS, CAUPONIA, CAUPONIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to shopkeeper/innkeeper/inn; (~ puer => shop/tavern boy, waiter);

[CAUPONOR, CAUPONARI, -, CAUPONATUS SUM] : V traffic/trade in, sell;

[CAUPONULA, CAUPONULAE] : N small/mean tavern/inn;

[CAUPULUS, CAUPULI] : N kind of light boat?;

[CAURICREPUS, CAURICREPA, CAURICREPUM] : ADJ blown through by the north-west wind (caurus);

[CAURINUS, CAURINA, CAURINUM] : ADJ of/belonging to the north-west wind (caurus);

[CAURIO, CAURIRE,] : V (natural sound of the rutting panther);

[CAURUS, CAURI] : N north-west wind;

[CAUSA, CAUSAE] : N occasion, subject; plea, position; lawsuit, case, trial; proviso/stipulation;

[CAUSA, CAUSAE] : N thing(s); (sine causa => in vain vulgate);

[CAUSA, CAUSAE] : N cause/reason/motive; origin, source, derivation; responsibility/blame; symptom;

[CAUSA] : (in the abl.) on account of, for the sake of.

[CAUSA] : case at law, case, law-suit / situation, condition.

[CAUSA] : case at law, case, law-suit/ situation, condition.

[CAUSA] : cause / reason, motive, pretext / interest.

[CAUSA] : cause/ reason, motive, pretext/ interest.

[CAUSA] : PREP GEN for the sake/purpose of (preceded by gen.), on account of, with a view to;

[CAUSABUNDUS, CAUSABUNDA, CAUSABUNDUM] : ADJ blaming, censuring, accusing, reproaching, condemning; finding fault with;

[CAUSALIS, CAUSALIS, CAUSALE] : ADJ pertaining to a cause, causal;

[CAUSALITER] : ADV causally;

[CAUSARIE] : ADV on account of sickness; (causarie missus est => invalided out of the army);

[CAUSARIUS, CAUSARIA, CAUSARIUM] : ADJ sick, ill, diseased, unhealthy; (misso ~ => army discharge on health grounds);

[CAUSARIUS, CAUSARII] : N soldier discharged from army on health/other grounds, invalid; the sick (pl.);

[CAUSATE, CAUSATIUS, CAUSATISSIME] : ADV with good reason; with better reason; with the best reasons?;

[CAUSATIO, CAUSATIONIS] : N plea, excuse; disease (l+s); pretext; apology;

[CAUSATIVUS, CAUSATIVA, CAUSATIVUM] : ADJ accusative (case) (w/causus); first (person) (w/persona);

[CAUSATIVUS, CAUSATIVA, CAUSATIVUM] : ADJ causative; pertaining to the matter in dispute, gist of the matter/action/suit;

[CAUSEA, CAUSEAE] : N macedonian type of hat; (white sun hat worn by the roman poor l+s); shelter;

[CAUSIDICA, CAUSIDICAE] : N office of an advocate/lawyer;

[CAUSIDICALIS, CAUSIDICALIS, CAUSIDICALE] : ADJ suggestive of/resembling that of the law-courts; of/pertaining to an advocate;

[CAUSIDICATIO, CAUSIDICATIONIS] : N pleading of a case; the speech of an advocate/lawyer/barrister;

[CAUSIDICATUS, CAUSIDICATI] : N forensic oratory, pleading/speech of a lawyer;

[CAUSIDICUS, CAUSIDICI] : N advocate, barrister; pleader of causes;

[CAUSIFICOR, CAUSIFICARI, -, CAUSIFICATUS SUM] : V allege/offer a reason, put forward a pretext; pretend;

[CAUSIMUS, CAUSIMA, CAUSIMUM] : ADJ used for burning;

[CAUSODES, CAUSODES, CAUSODES] : ADJ characterized by high temperature; burning;

[CAUSOR, CAUSARI, -, CAUSATUS SUM] : V allege an excuse/reason, object; excuse oneself; plead a cause, bring action;

[CAUSSA, CAUSSAE] : N cause/reason/motive; origin, source, derivation; responsibility/blame; symptom;

[CAUSSA, CAUSSAE] : N occasion, subject; plea, position; lawsuit, case, trial; proviso/stipulation;

[CAUSSA] : PREP GEN for the sake/purpose of (preceded by gen.), on account of, with a view to;

[CAUSSIDICUS, CAUSSIDICI] : N advocate, barrister; pleader of causes;

[CAUSSOR, CAUSSARI, -, CAUSSATUS SUM] : V allege an excuse/reason, object; excuse oneself; plead a cause, bring action;

[CAUSTICE, CAUSTICES] : N caustic plant; (pure latin scelerata);

[CAUSTICUM, CAUSTICI] : N caustic/blistering preparation/medicament;

[CAUSTICUS, CAUSTICA, CAUSTICUM] : ADJ caustic, corrosive, burning; (~ spuma => lye with which germans colored hair);

[CAUSULA, CAUSULAE] : N speech/case of a party in a petty lawsuit; petty ground/occasion for action;

[CAUTE, CAUTIUS, CAUTISSIME] : ADV cautiously; with security/precautions, without risk; circumspectly, carefully;

[CAUTE] : cautim ; cautiously, with security.

[CAUTELA, CAUTELAE] : N caution, precaution, care, carefulness; security, surety;

[CAUTELA] : caution, precaution, security.

[CAUTER, CAUTERIS] : N branding iron; wound produced by burning, brand;

[CAUTERIO, CAUTERIARE, CAUTERIAVI, CAUTERIATUS] : V burn/mark with a branding iron, brand;

[CAUTERIUM, CAUTERII] : N cauterizing/branding iron, cautery; (used in encaustic/burning-in painting);

[CAUTERIZO, CAUTERIZARE, CAUTERIZAVI, CAUTERIZATUS] : V cauterize, burn with a hot iron; mark with a branding iron, brand;

[CAUTEROMA, CAUTEROMATIS] : N brand, mark produced by a hot iron;

[CAUTES, CAUTIS] : N rough pointed/detached rock, loose stone; rocks (pl.), cliff, crag; reef;

[CAUTIM] : ADV cautiously, warily; prudently, with security;

[CAUTIO, CAUTIONIS] : N taking of precautions/care; precaution; stipulation, proviso, exception;

[CAUTIO, CAUTIONIS] : N bail/pledge/security, undertaking, guarantee; caution/wariness; circumspection;

[CAUTIO] : caution, care, foresight.

[CAUTIONALIS, CAUTIONALIS, CAUTIONALE] : ADJ relation to a legal cautio (security, bond, guarantee, pledge);

[CAUTIS, CAUTIS] : N rough pointed/detached rock, loose stone; rocks (pl.), cliff, crag; reef;

[CAUTOR, CAUTORIS] : N one who takes precautions/who is wary/on guard; one who stands bail/surety;

[CAUTOR] : guarantor.

[CAUTOR] : one who is on his guard/ one who goes bond, suretor.

[CAUTROMA, CAUTROMATIS] : N brand, mark produced by a hot iron;

[CAUTULUS, CAUTULA, CAUTULUM] : ADJ rather safe;

[CAUTUM, CAUTI] : N provisions (pl.) (of a law);

[CAUTUS, CAUTA -UM, CAUTIOR -OR -US, CAUTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ cautious/careful; circumspect, prudent; wary, on guard; safe/secure; made safe;

[CAUTUS] : circumspect.

[CAVA, CAVAE] : N hollow;

[CAVAEDIUM, CAVAEDII] : N inner court of a roman house; (cavus aedium);

[CAVAMEN, CAVAMINIS] : N cavern, hollow; hollowing out;

[CAVANNUS, CAVANNI] : N nightowl;

[CAVARE] : manorial task of cultivating, digging, ditching, etc.caveo ;

[CAVATICUS, CAVATICA, CAVATICUM] : ADJ belonging to/born in/living in caves;

[CAVATIO, CAVATIONIS] : N hollow shape, cavity; cavern, hollow;

[CAVATOR, CAVATORIS] : N excavator, one who hollows/digs out;

[CAVATURA, CAVATURAE] : N cavity, hollow;

[CAVATUS, CAVATA -UM, CAVATIOR -OR -US, CAVATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ hollow, hollow in form; hollowed out, excavated; forming a cave;

[CAVE CANEM! ] : PHRASE beware of the dog!

[CAVEA, CAVEAE] : N hollow/cavity; roof (mouth); (eye) socket; auditorium/theater; seats/audience;

[CAVEA, CAVEAE] : N cage/coop/stall/beehive/bird-cage; fence, enclosure; basket/crate;

[CAVEA] : hollow place, cavity/ cave/ pit.

[CAVEALIS, CAVEALIS, CAVEALE] : ADJ kept in a cave/cellar;

[CAVEAT EMPTOR. ] : PHRASE let the buyer beware.

[CAVEATUS, CAVEATA, CAVEATUM] : ADJ shut in, caged. cooped up; arranged like seats in a theater;

[CAVEFACIO, CAVEFACERE, CAVEFECI, CAVEFACTUS] : V take precautions/defensive action, beware, avoid; give/get surety; stipulate;

[CAVEO, CAVERE, CAVI, CAUTUS] : V take precautions/defensive action, beware, avoid; give/get surety; stipulate;

[CAVEO] : +acc.= be on guard against/ +ut+subj.=take care that.

[CAVEO] : +acc.= be on guard against /+ut+subj.=take care that.

[CAVEO] : +dat. of a person= take care of, provide for.

[CAVEO] : give security, mortgage.

[CAVERNA, CAVERNAE] : N aperture; orifice (body); interior (trojan horse); celestial sphere; 'depths';

[CAVERNA, CAVERNAE] : N hollow/grotto/cavern/cave/crevice/hole; burrow/den; cavity (tooth); hold (ship);

[CAVERNA] : hollow place, cavity, cave, cavern.

[CAVERNATIM] : ADV through caverns;

[CAVERNO, CAVERNARE, CAVERNAVI, CAVERNATUS] : V make hollow;

[CAVERNOSUS, CAVERNOSA, CAVERNOSUM] : ADJ having hollows or depressions; full of cavities/holes;

[CAVERNULA, CAVERNULAE] : N small hollow/cavity;

[cavi cautum] beware, avoid, look out for / give security. mortgage.

[cavi cautum] beware, avoid, look out for.

[CAVIA, CAVIAE] : N excrementary canal of animals; intestines;

[CAVIARIS, CAVIARIS, CAVIARE] : ADJ (caviares hostiae => sacrifice victims - cavia=>excrementary canal of animals);

[CAVILLA, CAVILLAE] : N jesting, banter, raillery, scoffing;

[CAVILLABUNDUS, CAVILLABUNDA, CAVILLABUNDUM] : ADJ seeking for jesting/raillery/scoffing;

[CAVILLATIO, CAVILLATIONIS] : N raillery/banter/badinage, jeering/scoffing; sophistry, quibbling, captiousness;

[CAVILLATOR, CAVILLATORIS] : N jester, banterer; quibbler, caviler, sophist, captious critic;

[CAVILLATRIX, CAVILLATRICIS] : N quibbler (female), captious critic, sophist; sophistry;

[CAVILLATUS, CAVILLATI] : N raillery; banter, good-natured ridicule;

[CAVILLOR, CAVILLARI, -, CAVILLATUS SUM] : V jest, banter; make fun of, satirize, mock; use sophistry, quibble, cavil (at);

[CAVILLOSUS, CAVILLOSA, CAVILLOSUM] : ADJ full of raillery/irony;

[CAVILLUM, CAVILLI] : N jesting, banter, raillery, scoffing;

[CAVILLUS, CAVILLI] : N jesting, banter;

[CAVO, CAVARE, CAVAVI, CAVATUS] : V hollow out, make concave/hollow; excavate; cut/pierce through; carve in relief;

[CAVO] : hollow out, excavate/ pierce/ dig, cultivate.

[CAVOSITAS, CAVOSITATIS] : N hollow, cavity, hole;

[CAVUM, CAVI] : N hole, cavity, depression, pit, opening; cave, burrow; enclosed space; aperture;

[CAVUM] : a hollow, hole, cavity, pit, excavation, depression.

[CAVUS, CAVA, CAVUM] : ADJ hollow, excavated, hollowed out; concave; (of waning moon); enveloping; porous;

[CAVUS, CAVA, CAVUM] : ADJ sunken; deep, having deep channel; tubular; having a cavity inside (concealing)

[CAVUS, CAVI] : N hole, cavity, depression, pit, opening; cave, burrow; enclosed space; aperture;

[CAVUS] : hole, pit.

[cecidi, caesus] to fell, fall, be fruitless, kill.

[cecini, cantum] to sing, play an instrument.

[CEDANT ARMA TOGAE, CONCEDAT LAUREA LAUDI. ] : PHRASE may arms yield to the toga (the gown of peace), may the glory of war give way to the glory of peaceful feats.

[CEDENS, (GEN.), CEDENTIS] : ADJ unresisting/deferring/conceding/surrendering/withdrawing; yielding to the touch;

[CEDENTER] : ADV by yielding;

[CEDO CESSI CESSUM] : to grant, yield.

[CEDO, CEDERE, CESSI, CESSUS] : V grant, concede, yield, submit; fall back/to; happen/result; start (period);

[CEDO, CEDERE, CESSI, CESSUS] : V go/pass (from/away); withdraw/retire/leave; step aside/make way; take place of;

[CEDO] : (+ dat.) give ground to, submit to, be inferior to.

[CEDO] : cessi ; cessum ; to grant, yield/ withdraw.

[CEDO] : to go, proceed / turn out, happen/ go away, withdraw.

[CEDO] : to go, proceed/ turn out, happen/ go away, withdraw.

[CEDRELATE, CEDRELATES] : N syrian cedar (juniperus excelia);

[CEDREUS, CEDREA, CEDREUM] : ADJ of cedar, cedar-; obtained from cedar;

[CEDRIA, CEDRIAE] : N gum/resin of the syrian cedar (juniperus excelia), cedar resin/pitch/tar;

[CEDRINUS, CEDRINA, CEDRINUM] : ADJ of cedar/cedar-wood, cedar-; obtained from cedar;

[CEDRIS, CEDRIDIS] : N cone of the cedar tree; kind of juniper?] : fruit/berry of cedar/juniper (l+s);

[CEDRIS, CEDRIDOS/IS] : N cone of the cedar tree; kind of juniper?] : fruit/berry of cedar/juniper (l+s);

[CEDRIUM, CEDRII] : N oil/wood-tar/pitch/resin obtained from the cedar tree; oil of cedar;

[CEDROSTIS, CEDROSTIS] : N bryony (plant); white vine (l+s);

[CEDRUS, CEDRI] : N cedar/juniper; cedar wood; cedar-oil/tar (used as preservative/medicine);

[CELAMENTUM, CELAMENTI] : N secret; concealment;

[CELANDUM, CELANDI] : N privy parts (pl.), privates;

[CELATE] : ADV secretly; privately;

[CELATIM] : ADV secretly; privately;

[CELATOR, CELATORIS] : N one who conceals/keeps secrets; concealer/hider;

[CELATUM, CELATI] : N secret;

[CELEBER, CELEBRIS -E, CELEBRIOR -OR -US, CELEBERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ oft repeated, frequent; busy, crowded, much used/frequented, populous; festive;

[CELEBER, CELEBRIS -E, CELEBRIOR -OR -US, CELEBERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ famous, celebrated, renowned; honored, distinguished; famed; notorious;

[CELEBERRIME] : ADV SUPER (most/very) frequently;

[CELEBRABILIS, CELEBRABILIS, CELEBRABILE] : ADJ commendable;

[CELEBRATIO, CELEBRATIONIS] : N celebrating a festival/mass; throng/crowd, audience/gathering; common use/vogue;

[CELEBRATIO] : large crowd, audience, assembly.

[CELEBRATOR, CELEBRATORIS] : N one who celebrates/extols;

[CELEBRATUS, CELEBRATA, CELEBRATUM] : ADJ crowded, much frequented, festive; current, popular; celebrated/distinguished;

[CELEBRESCO, CELEBRESCERE,] : V become famous/renowned/celebrated;

[CELEBRIS, CELEBRIS, CELEBRE] : ADJ oft repeated, frequent; busy, crowded, much used/frequented, populous; festive;

[CELEBRIS, CELEBRIS, CELEBRE] : ADJ famous, celebrated, renowned; honored, distinguished; famed; notorious;

[CELEBRIS] : celebrated.

[CELEBRITAS, CELEBRITATIS] : N crowded conditions, crowding, multitude; fame, renown, reputation; frequency;

[CELEBRITAS] : crowd, multitude/ celebration/ fame, renown.

[CELEBRITAS] : crowd, multitude / celebration / fame, renown

[CELEBRITER] : ADV solemnly; ceremonially;

[CELEBRO, CELEBRARE, CELEBRAVI, CELEBRATUS] : V celebrate; frequent, crowd; honor/glorify; publicize/advertise; discuss, bandy;

[CELEBRUS] : abounding in, rich in, much frequented, respected.

[CELER, CELERIS -E, CELERIOR -OR -US, CELERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ swift, quick, agile, rapid, speedy, fast; rash, hasty, hurried; lively; early;

[CELER, CELERIS] : N knights (pl.) (old name/precursor of equestrian order); roman kings' bodyguard;

[CELER] : quick, swift, rapid, speedy, fast.

[CELERANTER] : ADV quickly, rapidly, speedily; with speed; in haste;

[CELERATIM] : ADV quickly, rapidly, speedily;

[CELERE] : ADV quickly/rapidly/speedily; hastily; soon/at an early moment; in a short period;

[CELERIPES, (GEN.), CELERIPEDIS] : ADJ swift-footed; swift of foot;

[CELERITAS, CELERITATIS] : N speed, quickness, rapidity; speed of action, dispatch; haste; early date;

[CELERITAS] : speed, swiftness, rapidity, quickness.

[CELERITER, CELERIUS, CELERRIME] : ADV quickly/rapidly/speedily; hastily; soon/at once/early moment; in short period;

[CELERITER] : rapidly, quickly, swiftly, speedily.

[CELERITUDO, CELERITUDINIS] : N speed; swiftness;

[CELERIUSCULE] : ADV rather rapidly; somewhat quickly;

[CELERO, CELERARE, CELERAVI, CELERATUS] : V quicken/accelerate; make haste, act quickly/be quick; hasten, hurry, do quickly;

[CELES, CELETIS] : N small/fast boat, yacht; (statue of) a race horse;

[CELETIZON, CELETIZONTOS/IS] : N riders on horse-back; (statue by that name);

[CELEUMA, CELEUMATIS] : N the call of the boatswain giving time to the rowers;

[CELEUSMA, CELEUSMAE] : N the call of the boatswain giving time to the rowers;

[CELEUSMA, CELEUSMATIS] : N the call of the boatswain giving time to the rowers;

[CELIA, CELIAE] : N kind of beer (made in spain);

[CELLA, CELLAE] : N storeroom, (wine) cellar, larder; temple chamber, sanctuary; room, garret; pen;

[CELLA, CELLAE] : N cell; monastery;

[CELLA] : room, store-room, garret

[CELLA] : room, store-room, garret.

[CELLARERO] : cathedral or monastery administrator in charge of supplies.

[CELLARIARIUS, CELLARIARIA, CELLARIARIUM] : ADJ relating to/connected with a store-room;

[CELLARIARIUS, CELLARIARII] : N keeper of a larder/cellar; steward, butler, cellarer; storekeeper;

[CELLARIENSIS, CELLARIENSIS, CELLARIENSE] : ADJ relating to/connected with a store-room;

[CELLARIOLUM, CELLARIOLI] : N little room;

[CELLARIS, CELLARIS, CELLARE] : ADJ relating to/connected with a store-room;

[CELLARIS, CELLARIS, CELLARE] : ADJ kept in a cage/cote/pen; (pigeons/etc.);

[CELLARIUM, CELLARII] : N store-room;

[CELLARIUS, CELLARIA, CELLARIUM] : ADJ relating to/connected with a store-room;

[CELLARIUS, CELLARII] : N keeper of a larder/cellar; steward, butler, cellarer; storekeeper;

[CELLATIO, CELLATIONIS] : N a series of store-rooms;

[CELLOLA, CELLOLAE] : N small/slave's room; humble apartment/dwelling; porter's lodge; whore's cubicle;

[CELLULA, CELLULAE] : N cell; monastery;

[CELLULA, CELLULAE] : N small/slave's room; humble apartment/dwelling; porter's lodge; whore's cubicle;

[CELLULANUS, CELLULANI] : N hermit; recluse;

[CELO, CELARE, CELAVI, CELATUS] : V conceal, hide, keep secret; disguise; keep in the dark/in ignorance; shield;

[CELO, CELONIS] : N stallion;

[CELO] : to hide, conceal, keep secret.

[CELOCLA, CELOCLAE] : N small boat;

[CELOCULA, CELOCULAE] : N small boat;

[CELOX, (GEN.), CELOCIS] : ADJ fast, rapid, swift, fleet; (classical mostly applied to boats);

[CELOX, CELOCIS] : N cutter, yacht, light/fast boat; packet boat;

[CELOX] : -ocis fast, rapid, swift, fleet.

[CELSE, CELSIUS, CELSISSIME] : ADV high; higher, to a greater height; most proudly/prominently/lofty;

[CELSITUDO, CELSITUDINIS] : N height, tallness; loft carriage of the body (l+s); (late title) your highness;

[CELSUS, CELSA, CELSUM] : ADJ high, lofty, tall; haughty; arrogant/proud; prominent, elevated; erect;

[CELSUS] : elevated, lofty / arrogant, proud, haughty.

[CELSUS] : elevated, lofty/ arrogant, proud, haughty.

[CELTHIS, CELTHIS] : N african species of lotus;

[CELTIS, CELTIS] : N african species of lotus;

[CELTUS, CELTA, CELTUM] : ADJ the celts, inhabitants of central gaul;

[CELULA, CELULAE] : N cell; monastery;

[CELUM, CELI] : N chisel; engraving tool; burin;

[CEMENTARIUS, CEMENTARI(I)] : N worker in concrete; stone cutter, mason, builder of walls (l+s);

[CEMENTICIUM, CEMENTICII] : N concrete (undressed stones/rubble, lime and sand); unhewn/quarried stone (l+s);

[CEMENTICIUS, CEMENTICIA, CEMENTICIUM] : ADJ of concrete (undressed stones/rubble, lime and sand); of unhewn stones (l+s);

[CEMENTUM, CEMENTI] : N small stones, rubble (for concrete); quarry stones (for walls) (l+s); chips;

[CEMOS, CEMI] : N unidentified plant;

[CENA, CENAE] : N dinner/supper, principle roman meal (evening); course; meal; company at dinner;

[CENA] : dinner, meal.

[CENABUM, CENABI] : N cenabum; town in gaul; orleans;

[CENACULARIA, CENACULARIAE] : N the business of renting attic lodgings; leasing of an attic;

[CENACULARIUS, CENACULARIA, CENACULARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a garret/attic;

[CENACULARIUS, CENACULARII] : N lodging-house keeper; tenant of an attic/garret (l+s);

[CENACULATUS, CENACULATA, CENACULATUM] : ADJ with garrets (house);

[CENACULUM, CENACULI] : N attic, garret (often let as lodging); upstairs dining room; top/upper story;

[CENACULUM] : garret, attic.

[CENALIS, CENALIS, CENALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to (a) dinner;

[CENATICUM, CENATICI] : N money given to soldiers instead of food, subsistence allowance;

[CENATICUS, CENATICA, CENATICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to (a) dinner;

[CENATIO, CENATIONIS] : N dining-room; dining hall;

[CENATIUNCULA, CENATIUNCULAE] : N small dining-room;

[CENATOR, CENATORIS] : N diner; dinner guest;

[CENATORIUM, CENATORII] : N dining room, hall; evening dress, dinner wear (pl.);

[CENATORIUS, CENATORIA, CENATORIUM] : ADJ of/used for dining; pertaining to dinner or the table;

[CENATURIO, CENATURIRE,] : V desire to dine; have an appetite for dinner;

[CENATUS, CENATA, CENATUM] : ADJ having dined/eaten; supplied with dinner;

[CENCHRIS, CENCHRIDIS] : N species of hawk; (probably kestrel);

[CENCHRIS, CENCHRIS] : N kind of snake;

[CENCHRITIS, CENCHRITIS] : N precious stone;

[CENCHROS, CENCHRI] : N small diamond;

[CENITO, CENITARE, CENITAVI, CENITATUS] : V dine/eat habitually (in a particular place/manner); have dinner, dine (often);

[CENO, CENARE, CENAVI, CENATUS] : V dine, eat dinner/supper; have dinner with; dine on, make a meal of;

[CENO] : to dine.

[CENOTAPHIUM, CENOTAPHII] : N cenotaph, empty tomb/monument to one whose body is elsewhere; (tumulus inanis);

[CENSEO, CENSERE, CENSUI, CENSITUS] : V think/suppose, judge; recommend; decree, vote, determine; count/reckon; assess;

[CENSEO, CENSERE, CENSUI, CENSUS] : V think/suppose, judge; recommend; decree, vote, determine; count/reckon; assess;

[CENSEO] : argue, suggest, advise.

[CENSEO] : censui, censum/ estimate, assess, evaluate.

[CENSEO] : censui, censum/ estimate, assess, evaluate / argue, suggest, advise

[CENSIO, CENSIONIS] : N assessing/rating of a census; punishment by a censor; recommendation/decision;

[CENSITIO, CENSITIONIS] : N declaration of will, command; tax, taxing, taxation, tribute;

[CENSITOR, CENSITORIS] : N registrar/taxation official in a roman province/presiding over rating citizens;

[CENSITUS, CENSITA, CENSITUM] : ADJ registered; assessed. rated, estimated; judged; taxed; (vpar censeo);

[CENSOR, CENSORIS] : N censor, magistrate for registration/census; censurer, critic (behavior/books);

[CENSOR] : judge.

[CENSORIUS, CENSORIA, CENSORIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to/dealt with by/having been a censor, censorial; austere, moral;

[CENSUALIS, CENSUALIS, CENSUALE] : ADJ of/connected with the census of citizens;

[CENSUALIS, CENSUALIS] : N those who make out the censor's lists/rolls; the censor's lists/rolls;

[CENSUM, CENSI] : N estimate of property value by the census/censor; ones property/wealth/fortune;

[CENSURA, CENSURAE] : N office/conduct/power of censor, the censorship; appraisal, oversight, control;

[CENSURA] : judgement.

[CENSURA] : opinion, judgment.

[CENSUS, CENSA, CENSUM] : ADJ registered; assessed. rated, estimated; judged; taxed; (vpar censeo);

[CENSUS, CENSUS] : N census/registration (5 yr.); census roll; wealth, property; estate valuation;

[CENSUS] : gifts, tax, annual render.

[CENSUS] : -us/ wealth, property / census

[CENSUS] : -us/ wealth, property/ census.

[CENTAUREUM, CENTAUREI] : N centaury (herb); (of medicinal properties discovered by chiron the centaur);

[CENTAURIA, CENTAURIAE] : N centaury (herb); (of medicinal properties discovered by chiron the centaur);

[CENTAURION, CENTAURII] : N centaury (herb); (of medicinal properties discovered by chiron the centaur);

[CENTAURIS, CENTAURIDIS] : N a species of centaury (herb); (properties discovered by chiron the centaur);

[CENTAURIUM, CENTAURI(I)] : N centaury (herb); (of medicinal properties discovered by chiron the centaur);

[CENTAURUS, CENTAURI] : N centaur, a mythical creature, half man and half horse; name of constellation;

[CENTENA, CENTENAE] : N a dignity in the imperial court;

[CENTENARIUM, CENTENARII] : N a hundred (roman) pounds weight, hundredweight;

[CENTENARIUS, CENTENARIA, CENTENARIUM] : ADJ containing/consisting of/numbering/possessing/costing a hundred; hundred;

[CENTENIONALIS, CENTENIONALIS, CENTENIONALE] : ADJ small coin; (with nummus);

[CENTENSIM] : NUM one hundredth; (part/in series);

[CENTENSIMO, CENTENSIMARE,] : V take out every hundredth (for punishment), centesimate;

[CENTENSIMUS, CENTENSIMA, CENTENSIMUM] : NUM one hundredth; (part/in series);

[CENTENSUM] : NUM one hundredth; (part/in series);

[CENTENSUMUS, CENTENSUMA, CENTENSUMUM] : NUM one hundredth; (part/in series);

[CENTENUM, CENTENI] : N species of very productive wheat (of a hundred grains);

[CENTESIMA, CENTESIMAE] : N hundredth part; one per cent; (of interest, usu. 1% per month);

[CENTICEPS, (GEN.), CENTCIPITIS] : ADJ hundred-headed, having a hundred heads;

[CENTIFIDUS, CENTIFIDA, CENTIFIDUM] : ADJ divided into a hundred parts; divided into a great many parts;

[CENTIFOLIUS, CENTIFOLIA, CENTIFOLIUM] : ADJ having a hundred petals/leaves; (rose);

[CENTIGRANIUS, CENTIGRANIA, CENTIGRANIUM] : ADJ species of very productive wheat (of a hundred grains);

[CENTIMALIS, CENTIMALIS, CENTIMALE] : ADJ surgical instrument (w/fistula), trocar (perforator for drawing fluid/abscess);

[CENTIMANUS, CENTIMANA, CENTIMANUM] : ADJ hundred-handed;

[CENTIMETER, CENTIMETRI] : N one who employs a hundred/very many meters (poetic);

[CENTINODIUS, CENTINODIA, CENTINODIUM] : ADJ with a hundred knots; (~ herba => unknown plant);

[CENTIPEDA, CENTIPEDAE] : N centipede;

[CENTIPELLIO, CENTIPELLIONIS] : N third stomach of a ruminant, psalterium, iomasum, manyplies;

[CENTIPES, (GEN.), CENTIPEDIS] : ADJ hundred-footed; (e.g., like a centipede);

[CENTIPES, CENTIPEDIS] : N centipede;

[CENTIPLEX, (GEN.), CENTIPLICIS] : ADJ hundredfold;

[CENTIPLICATO] : ADV at one hundred times the price;

[CENTO, CENTONIS] : N patchwork quilt, blanket or curtain made of old garments sewn together; rags;

[CENTOCULUS, CENTOCULA, CENTOCULUM] : ADJ hundred-eyed; (e.g., argus); with a multitude of eyes;

[CENTONARIUS, CENTONARII] : N fireman using mats to extinguish fires; (late) maker of patchwork, rag dealer;

[CENTONARIUS, CENTONARIA, CENTONARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to patchwork/rags;

[CENTRALIS, CENTRALIS, CENTRALE] : ADJ central; centrally located; in the middle/center;

[CENTRATUS, CENTRATA, CENTRATUM] : ADJ central; in the middle/center;

[CENTRINA, CENTRINAE] : N kind of wasp or beetle (usu. pl.);

[CENTROSUS, CENTROSA, CENTROSUM] : ADJ characterized by knots/like flaws; in the central point, inward, internal (l+s);

[CENTRUM, CENTRI] : N center (circle/sphere/earth); vanishing point; axis, pivot; knot; spur (fowl);

[CENTUM, CENTESIMUS -A -UM, CENTENI -AE -A, CENTIE(N)S] : NUM one hundred;

[CENTUM] : NUM one hundred;

[CENTUM] : one hundred, 100 (undeclinable).

[CENTUMGEMINUS, CENTUMGEMINA, CENTUMGEMINUM] : ADJ hundredfold; hundred-handed (briareus); hundred-gated (thebes);

[CENTUMPEDA, CENTUMPEDAE] : N hundred-footed; (e.g., a centipede);

[CENTUMPLEX, (GEN.), CENTUMPLICIS] : ADJ hundredfold;

[CENTUMPONDIA, CENTUMPONDIAE] : N N weight of one hundred pounds;

[CENTUMVIR, CENTUMVIRI] : N panel of (about 100) judges chosen annually to decide civil suits (pl.);

[CENTUMVIRALIS, CENTUMVIRALIS, CENTUMVIRALE] : ADJ of/belonging to/pertaining to centumviri (civil court of 100)/its jurisdiction;

[CENTUNCULUS, CENTUNCULI] : N patchwork blanket/cloth/drape; multicolored saddle cloth (l+s); small patch;

[CENTUNCULUS, CENTUNCULI] : N plant of doubtful identity; (knotweed l+s);

[CENTUPEDA, CENTUPEDAE] : N centipede;

[CENTUPLEX, (GEN.), CENTUPLICIS] : ADJ hundredfold;

[CENTUPLICATO] : ADV at one hundred times the price;

[CENTUPLICATUM, CENTUPLICATI] : N a hundredfold (pl.); centuple;

[CENTUPLICATUS, CENTUPLICATA, CENTUPLICATUM] : ADJ increased a hundredfold; centupled;

[CENTUPLICO, CENTUPLICARE, CENTUPLICAVI, CENTUPLICATUS] : V increase a hundredfold;

[CENTUPLUM, CENTUPLI] : N a hundredfold; centuple;

[CENTUPLUS, CENTUPLA, CENTUPLUM] : ADJ hundredfold; centuple;

[CENTUPONDIA, CENTUPONDIAE] : N N weight of one hundred pounds;

[CENTURIA, CENTURIAE] : N century, company of 60-100 men in legion; voting unit; land unit (200 jugera);

[CENTURIALIS, CENTURIALIS, CENTURIALE] : ADJ belonging to a given centuria for voting; boundary marker of land centuria;

[CENTURIATIM] : ADV by centuries; (citizens for voting/soldiers in companies);

[CENTURIATIO, CENTURIATIONIS] : N division of land into centuriae (about 100 acre plots);

[CENTURIATO] : ADV by centuries; (citizens for voting/soldiers in companies);

[CENTURIATUS, CENTURIATA, CENTURIATUM] : ADJ voting in centuriae; (comitia ~ => roman assembly); divided into centuriae;

[CENTURIATUS, CENTURIATUS] : N office of centurion; division into centuriae (land/voting);

[CENTURIO, CENTURIARE, CENTURIAVI, CENTURIATUS] : V arrange/assign (soldiers) in military centuries; divide land into centuriae;

[CENTURIO, CENTURIONIS] : N centurion, captain/commander of a century/company;

[CENTURIONATUS, CENTURIONATUS] : N office of centurion; revision of the list of centurions; election of centurion;

[CENTURIONATUS, CENTURIONATUS] : N division into centuriae (land/voting);

[CENTURIONICUS, CENTURIONICA, CENTURIONICUM] : ADJ in the capacity of a centurion;

[CENTURIONUS, CENTURIONI] : N centurion, captain of a century;

[CENTUSSIS, CENTUSSIS] : N sum of 100 asses, a hundred;

[CENULA, CENULAE] : N little dinner, supper;

[CENUM, CENI] : N mud, mire, filth, slime, dirt, uncleanness; (of persons) scum/filth;

[CEPA ASCALONIA] : (?) shallot Allium asacalonium (L.)

[CEPA PALLACANA] : chive, (French ; civette)(?)

[CEPA, CEPAE] : N onion (allium capa); (used as term of abuse);

[CEPA] : onion Alium cepa

[CEPAEA, CEPAEAE] : N herb (unidentified); plant like portulacca, portulacca-leaved sedum (l+s);

[CEPARIUS, CEPARII] : N grower of onions; trader in onions (l+s);

[CEPATICUS, CEPATICA, CEPATICUM] : ADJ resembling an onion;

[CEPE, CEPIS] : N onion (allium capa);

[CEPETUM, CEPETI] : N onion bed;

[CEPHALAEA, CEPHALAEAE] : N persistent/lasting headache;

[CEPHALAEOTA, CEPHALAEOTAE] : N collector of the capitation/poll tax;

[CEPHALAEUM, CEPHALAEI] : N head-portions/parts;

[CEPHALALGIA, CEPHALALGIAE] : N headache;

[CEPHALALGICUS, CEPHALALGICA, CEPHALALGICUM] : ADJ sick with a headache;

[CEPHALARGIA, CEPHALARGIAE] : N headache;

[CEPHALARGICUS, CEPHALARGICA, CEPHALARGICUM] : ADJ sick with a headache;

[CEPHALICUS, CEPHALICA, CEPHALICUM] : ADJ for the head, of/relating to the head, head-;

[CEPHALO, CEPHALONIS] : N palm tree;

[CEPHALOTE] : ADJ having a head;

[CEPHALOTON] : ADJ having a head;

[CEPHALOTOS, CEPHALOT] : ADJ having a head;

[CEPHEN, CEPHENIS] : N drones (pl.) (in a swarm/hive of bees);

[CEPHUS, CEPHI] : N bowl, goblet, cup; communion cup;

[CEPINA, CEPINAE] : N onion bed/field;

[CEPITIS, CEPITIDIS] : N kind of veined gem;

[CEPOLARTITIS, CEPOLARTITIDIS] : N kind of veined gem;

[CEPOLENDRUM, CEPOLENDRI] : N imaginary condiment;

[CEPONIS, CEPONIDIS] : N precious stone (unknown);

[CEPOSUS, CEPOSA, CEPOSUM] : ADJ abounding in onions; full of onions;

[CEPOTAFIOLUM, CEPOTAFIOLI] : N small garden tomb;

[CEPOTAFIUM, CEPOTAFII] : N garden tomb;

[CEPOTAFIUS, CEPOTAFII] : N garden tomb;

[CEPOTAPHIOLUM, CEPOTAPHIOLI] : N small garden tomb;

[CEPOTAPHIUM, CEPOTAPHII] : N garden tomb;

[CEPOTAPHIUS, CEPOTAPHII] : N garden tomb;

[CEPS, (GEN.), CIPIS] : ADJ -headed; -fold; -part (only w/num/prep prefix); occupying x place in series;

[CEPULLA, CEPULLAE] : N onion bed/field;

[CEPULLA] : chibol Allium fistulosum (L.)

[CEPURICUS, CEPURICA, CEPURICUM] : ADJ pertaining to gardening;

[CERA, CERAE] : N wax, beeswax; honeycomb; wax-covered writing tablet, letter; wax image/seal;

[CERACHATES, CERACHATAE] : N beeswax-colored agate, wax-agate;

[CERAIS, CERAIDIS] : N wild radish;

[CERAMITIS, CERAMITIDIS] : N kind of gem;

[CERARIA, CERARIAE] : N woman who makes wax lights?;

[CERARIUM, CERARII] : N charge/tax for sealing/affixing wax seal to documents, wax-money/('stamp tax');

[CERARIUS, CERARIA, CERARIUM] : ADJ of/concerned with (wax-covered) writing tablets; of a worker in wax;

[CERARIUS, CERARII] : N dealer in wax; writer on tablets (wax-covered);

[CERAS, CERATIS] : N kind of wild parsnip; (hesperion ~ => mountain on the west coast of lybia);

[CERASIA] : cherries

[CERASINUS, CERASINA, CERASINUM] : ADJ cherry-colored;

[CERASIUM, CERASII] : N cherry; the cherry; cherry tree;

[CERASTES, CERASTAE] : N horned snake (cerastes cornulus); insect parasitic on figs; horned men of crete;

[CERASUM, CERASI] : N cherry-tree/bark/wood; cherry;

[CERASUS, CERASI] : N cherry-tree/bark/wood; cherry;

[CERATIA, CERATIAE] : N plant (unidentified); plant with a single leaf (l+s);

[CERATIAS, CERATAE] : N horn-shaped comet;

[CERATINA, CERATINAE] : N the horn fallacy; (you have not lost your horns, therefore you have horns);

[CERATITIS, CERATITIDIS] : N horned poppy (glaucium flavum);

[CERATIUM, CERATII] : N greek weight corresponding to latin siliqua/2 calculi;

[CERATIUM, CERATII] : N carob tree;

[CERATOIDES, CERATOIDES, CERATOIDES] : ADJ horn-like; (of the outer coat of the eye/sclerotic/white);

[CERATORIUM, CERATORII] : N ointment made with oil and wax, wax-salve, wax-plaster, cerate;

[CERATUM, CERATI] : N ointment made with oil and wax, wax-salve, wax-plaster, cerate;

[CERATURA, CERATURAE] : N coating with wax; smearing over/covering with wax;

[CERATUS, CERATA, CERATUM] : ADJ waxed, wax, of wax, wax colored; coated/fastened/caulked with wax; pliant, soft;

[CERAULES, CERAULAE] : N horn-blower;

[CERAUNIUM, CERAUNII] : N precious stone; onyx?; (meteoric stone?;

[CERAUNIUS, CERAUNIA, CERAUNIUM] : ADJ connected with thunderbolts/thunder/lightning; (varieties of plant/minerals);

[CERAUNUS, CERAUNI] : N precious stone; onyx?; (meteoric stone?;

[CERCERIS, CERCERIIS] : N aquatic bird (unidentified);

[CERCHOLOPIS, CERCHOLOPIS] : N monkey having a tuft of hair at the end of its tail;

[CERCIS, CERCIDIS] : N radius (bone in the arm);

[CERCITIS, CERCITIDIS] : N variety of olive; species of olive tree;

[CERCIUS, CERCII] : N wind between north and west; wnw wind (l+s); (in gallia narbonensis);

[CERCOLOPIS, CERCOLOPIS] : N monkey having a tuft of hair at the end of its tail;

[CERCOPITHECON, CERCOPITHECI] : N long-tailed monkey; (sacred to egyptians l+s);

[CERCOPITHECUS, CERCOPITHECI] : N long-tailed monkey; (sacred to egyptians l+s);

[CERCOPS, CERCOPIS] : N long-tailed monkey; money-grubber; inhabitants of pithecusae changed to monkeys;

[CERCURUS, CERCURI] : N fast light vessel; sea fish found among rocks;

[CERCYRUS, CERCYRI] : N fast light vessel; sea fish found among rocks;

[CERDO, CERDONIS] : N artisan; craftsman; cobbler (l+s); proper name especially of slaves;

[CEREA, CEREAE] : N beverage made from grain; (beer?); spanish drink from grain (l+s);

[CEREALE, CEREALIS] : N the festival of ceres (pl.);

[CEREALIS, CEREALIS, CEREALE] : ADJ of/associated with ceres, suitable for the festival of ceres; of wheat;

[CEREALIS] : sacred to Ceres.

[CEREBELLARE, CEREBELLARIS] : N brain-covering; head-covering;

[CEREBELLUM, CEREBELLI] : N brain; seat of the senses/intellect; little brain (l+s);

[CEREBROSUS, CEREBROSA, CEREBROSUM] : ADJ liable to be affected with passion; enraged/hot-headed/passionate; hare-brained;

[CEREBRUM, CEREBRI] : N brain; top of the head, skull; bud; seat of senses/intelligence; anger/wrath;

[CEREOLUS, CEREOLA, CEREOLUM] : ADJ wax-colored;

[CERES, CERERIS] : N ceres (goddess of grain/fruits); wheat; bread; food;

[CEREUS, CEREA, CEREUM] : ADJ waxed, waxen, of/like wax; wax colored/pale yellow; pliant/soft; easily moved;

[CEREUS, CEREI] : N wax light, taper, candle;

[CEREVISIA, CEREVISIAE] : N kind of beer;

[CERIA, CERIAE] : N beverage made from grain; (beer?); spanish drink from grain (l+s);

[CERIARIA, CERIARIAE] : N female worker (of unknown function);

[CERIFICO, CERIFICARE, CERIFICAVI, CERIFICATUS] : V make wax; spawn (of purple-fish) (make wax/prepare slimy nest for eggs);

[CERIMONIA, CERIMONIAE] : N ceremony; sacred rite/ritual/usage; holy dread, reverence, worship; sanctity;

[CERIMONIALIS, CERIMONIALIS, CERIMONIALE] : ADJ ceremonial; pertaining to a religious/sacred rite/ritual/usage;

[CERIMONIOR, CERIMONIARI,] : V treat with due ceremony; worship;

[CERIMONIOSUS, CERIMONIOSA, CERIMONIOSUM] : ADJ pertaining/devoted to religious/sacred rite/ritual/usage;

[CERIMONIUM, CERIMONII] : N ceremony; sacred rite/ritual/usage; holy dread, reverence, worship; sanctity;

[CERINEUS, CERINEA, CERINEUM] : ADJ made of wax;

[CERINTHA, CERINTHAE] : N honeywort plant; (genus cerinthe); wax-flower, plant bees are fond of (l+s);

[CERINTHE, CERINTHES] : N honeywort plant; (genus cerinthe); wax-flower, plant bees are fond of (l+s);

[CERINTHUS, CERINTHI] : N bee-bread, pollen; (also called erithace or sandaraca);

[CERINUM, CERINI] : N wax-colored/pale yellow garment (pl.);

[CERINUS, CERINA, CERINUM] : ADJ wax-colored;

[CERIOLARE, CERIOLARIS] : N taper-holder;

[CERIOLARIUM, CERIOLARII] : N taper-holder;

[CERIOLARIUS, CERIOLARII] : N maker/seller of tapers;

[CERITIS, CERITIDIS] : N precious stone; wax-stone (l+s);

[CERIUM, CERII] : N cyst/growth characterized by honeycomb pattern; bad swelling/ulcer (l+s);

[CERNENTIA, CERNENTIAE] : N sight, seeing;

[CERNO, CERNERE, CREVI, CRETUS] : V sift, separate, distinguish, discern, resolve, determine; see; examine; decide;

[CERNO] : to perceive.

[CERNO] : to separate, sift, distinguish / decide, resolve, determine.

[CERNO] : to separate, sift, distinguish/ decide, resolve, determine.

[CERNOPHORUS, CERNOPHORI] : N bearer of the cernus (vessel for holding offerings);;

[CERNULO, CERNULARE, CERNULAVI, CERNULATUS] : V throw headlong; throw down (l+s);

[CERNULUS, CERNULA, CERNULUM] : ADJ head foremost; turning a somersault (l+s);

[CERNUO, CERNUARE, CERNUAVI, CERNUATUS] : V fall headfirst; dive; turn a somersault;

[CERNUUS, CERNUA, CERNUUM] : ADJ head foremost; falling headlong; face down, inclined/stooping/bowing forwards;

[CERNUUS, CERNUI] : N kind of shoe; tumbler (l+s); mountebank;

[CERNUUS] : faling headlong.

[CERO, CERARE, CERAVI, CERATUS] : V smear/coat with wax;

[CEROFERARIUS, CEROFERARII] : N waxlight/taper/candle bearer/attendant at christian worship;

[CEROMA, CEROMATIS] : N layer of mud put down for wrestling; the ring; wrestler; wax ointment l+s;

[CEROMATICUS, CEROMATICA, CEROMATICUM] : ADJ smeared with ceroma (mud put down for wrestling-ring); (wax ointment l+s);

[CERONIA, CERONIAE] : N st john's bread (carob-tree pods), husks eaten by prodigal and john the baptist;

[CEROSUS, CEROSA, CEROSUM] : ADJ containing wax; full of wax;

[CEROTUM, CEROTI] : N ointment made with oil and wax, wax-salve, wax-plaster, cerate;

[CEROTURIUM, CEROTURII] : N ointment made with oil and wax, wax-salve, wax-plaster, cerate;

[CERREUS, CERREA, CERREUM] : ADJ of the oak cerrus;

[CERRINUS, CERRINA, CERRINUM] : ADJ of the turkey oak (cerrus);

[CERRITULUS, CERRITULA, CERRITULUM] : ADJ somewhat mad/demented;

[CERRITUS, CERRITA, CERRITUM] : ADJ possessed by ceres; frantic, frenzied; mad, demented;

[CERRO, CERRONIS] : N term of opprobrium/disgrace/reproach; buffoon?;

[CERRUS, CERRI] : N turkey oak (quercus cerris);

[CERTABUNDUS, CERTABUNDA, CERTABUNDUM] : ADJ disputing, contending;

[CERTAMEN, CERTAMINIS] : N contest, competition; battle, combat, struggle; rivalry; (matter in) dispute;

[CERTAMEN] : contest, contention, rivalry of any kind, conflict.

[CERTAMEN] : contest, contention, rivalry of any kind

[CERTAMEN] : engagement, combat.

[CERTATIM] : ADV with rivalry, in competition; earnestly, eagerly (l+s);

[CERTATIO, CERTATIONIS] : N striving; contest; struggling for superiority/mastery; (fight/sports/legal);

[CERTATIVE] : ADV combatively; in order to stir up strife;

[CERTATOR, CERTATORIS] : N disputant, one who argues; competitor;

[CERTATUS, CERTATUS] : N struggle, contention; fight;

[CERTE] : ADV surely, certainly, without doubt, really; at least/any rate, in all events;

[CERTE] : certo ; (adv) certainly, assuredly.

[CERTIM] : ADV surely, certainly, without doubt, really;

[CERTIORO, CERTIORARE, CERTIORAVI, CERTIORATUS] : V inform, show, apprise;

[CERTISCO, CERTISCERE,] : V become more certain/sure/determined?;

[CERTITUDO, CERTITUDINIS] : N certainity, certitude; assurance (bee); truth;

[CERTO, CERTARE, CERTAVI, CERTATUS] : V vie (with), contest, contend/struggle (at law/politics), dispute; fight, strive;

[CERTO, CERTIUS, CERTISSIME] : ADV certainly, definitely, really, for certain/a fact, truly; surely, firmly;

[CERTO] : to contend, settle, dispute, to settle by combat.

[CERTO] : to struggle , fight.

[CERTOR, CERTARI, -, CERTATUS SUM] : V compete (in a contest), contend/struggle (at law/politics), strive;

[CERTUM EST, QUIA IMPOSSIBILE. ] : PHRASE it is certain, because it is impossible.

[CERTUM, CERTI] : N that which is fixed/regular/definite/specified/certain/fact/reliable/settled;

[CERTUS, CERTA -UM, CERTIOR -OR -US, CERTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fixed, settled, firm; certain; trusty/reliable; sure; resolved, determined;

[CERTUS] : decided/ definite.

[CERTUS] : determined.

[CERTUS] : undoubted, certain, sure, settled, resolved, decided / definite

[CERTUS] : undoubted, certain, sure, settled, resolved.

[CERUCHUS, CERUCHI] : N braces (pl.) (supporting the yard-arms), ropes fastened to the sail-yards;

[CERULA, CERULAE] : N small piece of wax; red crayon (w/miniata); candlestick, stand for wax tapers;

[CERUSSA, CERUSSAE] : N carbonate of lead; white lead, ceruse; (for paint/cosmetics/medicine/poison);

[CERUSSATUS, CERUSSATA, CERUSSATUM] : ADJ painted/colored white/with white lead; made white with lead;

[CERVA, CERVAE] : N hind, doe; deer;

[CERVARIUS, CERVARIA, CERVARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/connected with deer; (lupus ~ => lynx/wolverine?);

[CERVESA, CERVESAE] : N kind of beer;

[CERVESARIUS, CERVESARII] : N brewer (of beer);

[CERVESIA, CERVESIAE] : N kind of beer;

[CERVICAL, CERVICALIS] : N pillow, cushion;

[CERVICALE, CERVICALIS] : N pillow, cushion;

[CERVICATAS, CERVICATATIS] : N obstinacy, stubbornness;

[CERVICATUS, CERVICATA, CERVICATUM] : ADJ stiff-necked, obstinate, stubborn;

[CERVICOSUS, CERVICOSA, CERVICOSUM] : ADJ stiff-necked, obstinate, stubborn;

[CERVICULA, CERVICULAE] : N neck (men/animals); neck of object (e.g., of air container in water organ);

[CERVINA, CERVINAE] : N deer meat, venison;

[CERVINUS, CERVINA, CERVINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to deer/stag; (~ senectus => longevity/great age);

[CERVISCUS, CERVISCA, CERVISCUM] : ADJ name of a variety of pear;

[CERVISIA, CERVISIAE] : N kind of beer;

[CERVISIARIUS, CERVISIARIA, CERVISIARIUM] : ADJ beer-; made from/of beer; (erasmus);

[CERVIX, CERVICIS] : N neck (sg/pl.), nape; severed neck/head; cervix, neck (bladder/uterus/jar/land);

[CERVIX] : neck, boldness.

[CERVOS, CERVI] : N stag, deer; forked branches; chevaux-de-frise (spiked barricade against cavalry)

[CERVULA, CERVULAE] : N little hind/doe;

[CERVULUS, CERVULI] : N little chevaux-de-frise (spiked barricade against cavalry);

[CERVUS, CERVI] : N stag, deer; forked branches; chevaux-de-frise (spiked barricade against cavalry)

[CERVUS] : stag, deer.

[CERVUS] : stag. deer

[CERYCEUM, CERYCEI] : N herald's staff, caduceus;

[CERYCIUM, CERYCII] : N herald's staff, caduceus;

[CERYX, CERYCIS] : N herald;

[CESPITO, CESPITARE, CAESPITAVI, CAESPITATUS] : V stumble;

[CESSATIO, CESSATIONIS] : N relaxation/rest/respite; period of disuse, inactivity; idleness, neglect; delay;

[CESSATOR, CESSATORIS] : N idler, sluggard; dilatory person (l+s);

[CESSATRIX, CESSATRICIS] : N idler (female), loiterer;

[CESSICIUS, CESSICIA, CESSICIUM] : ADJ made/appointed by cessio (surrendering/conceding in law); of giving up/ceding;

[CESSIM] : ADV as to give way/lose ground; bending/turning in; (turned) backwards; obliquely;

[CESSIO, CESSIONIS] : N surrendering/conceding (in law); running (of a period of time);

[CESSITIUS, CESSITIA, CESSITIUM] : ADJ made/appointed by cessio (surrendering/conceding in law); of giving up/ceding;

[CESSO, CESSARE, CESSAVI, CESSATUS] : V be remiss/inactive; hold back, leave off, delay, cease from; rest; be free of;

[CESSO] : to leave off, cease / linger, delay

[CESSO] : to leave off, cease/ linger, delay.

[CESSUM, CESSI] : N advance, part of payment that has been made;

[CESSUS, CESSUS] : N backward or yielding movement;

[CESTICILLUS, CESTICILLI] : N small ring/hoop placed on the head to support a burden;

[CESTOS, CESTI] : N band supporting the breasts (esp. girdle of venus); girdle/belt/girth/strap;

[CESTROS, CESTRI] : N plant identified with vettonica; (betony?);

[CESTROS, CESTRI] : N pointed tool used in encaustic (wax) painting; graving tool (l+s);

[CESTROSPHENDONE, CESTROSPHENDONES] : N catapult for discharging bolts;

[CESTROTUS, CESTROTA, CESTROTUM] : ADJ engraved;

[CESTUS, CESTUS] : N boxing-glove, strip of leather weighted with lead/iron tied to boxer's hands;

[CETARIA, CETARIAE] : N fish-pond;

[CETARIUM, CETARI(I)] : N fish-pond;

[CETARIUS, CETARIA, CETARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to fish;

[CETARIUS, CETARII] : N fisherman; fishmonger;

[CETERA] : ADV for the rest, otherwise; in other respects;

[CETERA] : for the rest, otherwise

[CETERA] : for the rest, otherwise.

[CETERI] : the remaining, the rest, the others.

[CETERI] : the remaining, the rest, the others

[CETERO] : ADV for the rest(new details/theme), otherwise; in other respects; at other times;

[CETEROQUI] : ADV in other respects, otherwise;

[CETEROQUIN] : ADV in other respects, otherwise;

[CETERUM] : (adv.) otherwise, moreover, but.

[CETERUM] : ADV moreover; but yet; still, for the rest, but, besides; in other respects;

[CETERUS, CETERA, CETERUM] : ADJ the other; the others (pl.). the remaining/rest, all the rest;

[CETERUS] : the other, the rest.

[CETIONIS, CETIONIDIS] : N a precious stone;

[CETOS, CETI] : N whale; porpoise; dolphin; its flesh; sea monster (offered andromeda);

[CETOSUS, CETOSA, CETOSUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to sea-fishes;

[CETRA, CETRAE] : N caetra (small light shield);

[CETUS, CETI] : N whale; porpoise; dolphin; its flesh; sea monster (offered andromeda);

[CEU] : ADV as, in the same way/just as; for example, like; (just) as if; as (if) it were;

[CEUA, CEUAE] : N small breed of cow;

[CEVA, CEVAE] : N small breed of cow;

[CEVEO, CEVERE, CEVI] : V move the haunches in a lewd or effeminate manner, practice such behavior; fawn;

[CEYX, CEYCIS] : N sea bird (loon?); son of lucifer/husband of alcyone; male kingfisher (l+s);

[CHAERE] : INTERJ welcome; hail (L+S);

[CHAEREPHYLLUM, CHAEREPHYLLI] : N chervil (anthiscus cerefolium);

[CHAEREPOLUM, CHAEREPOLI] : N chervil (anthiscus cerefolium);

[CHALASTICAMEN, CHALASTICAMINIS] : N alleviating remedy;

[CHALASTICUS, CHALASTICA, CHALASTICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to alleviating/soothing;

[CHALATORIUS, CHALATORIA, CHALATORIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to loosing/letting down;

[CHALAZIAS, CHALAZIAE] : N precious stone (unidentified); (of form and color of hail);

[CHALAZION, CHALAZII] : N wart/tubercle on the eyelid; sty;

[CHALAZIUS, CHALAZIA, CHALAZIUM] : ADJ resembling a hailstone (name of a precious stone); of/pertaining to hail (l+s);

[CHALAZOPHYLAX, CHALAZOPHYLACIS] : N hail-guard (official at cleonae whose duty it was to avert hail by sacrifice);

[CHALAZOSIS, CHALAZOSIS] : N attack of warts or pimples; (acne?);

[CHALBANUM, CHALBANI] : N resinous sap of an umbelliferous plant in syria, galbanum;

[CHALCANTHON, CHALCANTHI] : N copperas-water, cobbler's blackening (for shoe leather); (atramentum sutorium);

[CHALCANTHUM, CHALCANTHI] : N copperas-water, cobbler's blackening (for shoe leather); (atramentum sutorium);

[CHALCAS, CHALCAE] : N plant (of chrysanthemum family?); (buphthalmus?);

[CHALCASPIS, (GEN.), CHALCASPIDIS] : ADJ having/with a brazen shield;

[CHALCASPIS, CHALCASPIDIS] : N soldier with a brazen shield;

[CHALCEDONIUS, CHALCEDONII] : N chalcedony; (stone of third foundation of new jerusalem in revelations 21] : 19);

[CHALCEOS, CHALCEI] : N prickly plant resembling the thistle;

[CHALCETUM, CHALCETI] : N plant (unidentified) (medicinal);

[CHALCEUM, CHALCEI] : N brazen/brass things (pl.);

[CHALCEUS, CHALCEA, CHALCEUM] : ADJ brazen, of brass;

[CHALCIDICE, CHALCIDICES] : N kind of lizard or snake;

[CHALCIDICUM, CHALCIDICI] : N kind of portico or porch; (from chalcis);

[CHALCIS, CHALCIDIS] : N kind of fish (sardine?/herring-like?); kind of lizard/snake; (w/copper spots);

[CHALCIS, CHALCIDOS/IS] : N chalcis; (several towns in greece/elsewhere, esp. chief city of euboea);

[CHALCITES, CHALCITAE] : N copper pyrites; precious stone (of copper color l+s); copper stone/ore (l+s);

[CHALCITIS, CHALCITIDIS] : N copper pyrites; precious stone (of copper color l+s); copper stone/ore (l+s);

[CHALCOGRAPHUS, CHALCOGRAPHI] : N printer; (erasmus);

[CHALCOPHONOS, CHALCOPHONI] : N precious stone; (ringing like brass l+s);

[CHALCOPHTHONGOS, CHALCOPHTHONGI] : N precious stone; (ringing like brass l+s);

[CHALCOSMARAGDUS, CHALCOSMARAGDI] : N precious stone; emerald with veins of brass (malachite?) (l+s);

[CHALCUS, CHALCI] : N copper coin (of small value, one tenth obol, one 60th or 40th of a drachma);

[CHALDAEUS, CHALDAEA, CHALDAEUM] : ADJ chaldaen, of/concering chaldaens; of their soothsayers/astrologers/astromers;

[CHALDAEUS, CHALDAEI] : N chaldaen, people of south assyria; their soothsayers/astrologers/astromers;

[CHALDAICUS, CHALDAICA, CHALDAICUM] : ADJ chaldaen, of/concering chaldaens; of their soothsayers/astrologers/astromers;

[CHALDEUS, CHALDEA, CHALDEUM] : ADJ chaldaen, of/concering chaldaens; of their soothsayers/astrologers/astromers;

[CHALDEUS, CHALDEI] : N chaldaen, people of south assyria; their soothsayers/astrologers/astromers;

[CHALO, CHALARE, CHALAVI, CHALATUS] : V let down, allow to hang free; loosen;

[CHALYBEIUS, CHALYBEIA, CHALYBEIUM] : ADJ of/consisting of iron(/steel);

[CHALYBS, CHALYBIS] : N iron/steel; iron weapons/implements; sword (l+s); horse bit; arrow point; rail;

[CHALYBS] : steel, iron, sickel, sword.

[CHAMA, CHAMAE] : N bi-valve shellfish, clam; cockle (l+s);

[CHAMA, CHAMATIS] : N lynx; (undeclined old);

[CHAMAEACTE, CHAMAEACTES] : N dwarf elder (sambucus ebulus); danewort (l+s);

[CHAMAECERASUS, CHAMAECERASI] : N dwarf cheery tree (prunus prostrata);

[CHAMAECISSOS, CHAMAECISSI] : N ground ivy (glecoma hederacea); kind of cyclamen;

[CHAMAECYPARISSOS, CHEMAECYPARISSI] : N plant, lavender cotton? (santolina chamaecyparissus);

[CHAMAEDAPHNE, CHAMAEDAPHNES] : N periwinkle? (vinca herbacea); butcher's broom? (ruscus racemosus); dwarf laurel;

[CHAMAEDRACON, CHAMAEDRACONIS] : N kind of african serpent; the ground serpent;

[CHAMAEDROPS, CHAMAEDROPIS] : N dwarf palm? (chamaerops humilis); germander? (teucrium chamaedrys) (medicine);

[CHAMAEDRYS, CHAMAEDRYIS] : N germander; (teucrium chamaedrys) (used in medicine); (pure latin trixago l+s);

[CHAMAELEON, CHAMAELEONIS] : N chameleon; (m/f old);

[CHAMAELEON, CHAMAELEONTOS/IS] : N thistles; carline (cardopatium corymbosum)/pine-thistle (atractylis gummifera);

[CHAMAELEON, CHAMAELEONTOS/IS] : N chameleon; (m/f old);

[CHAMAELEON, CHAMAELEONIS] : N thistles; carline (cardopatium corymbosum)/pine-thistle (atractylis gummifera);

[CHAMAELEUCE, CHAMAELEUCES] : N coltsfoot; (tussilago farfara);

[CHAMAEMELINUS, CHAMAEMELINA, CHAMAEMELINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to chamomile;

[CHAMAEMELON, CHAMAEMELI] : N plant (chamomile?);

[CHAMAEMELYGOS, CHAMAEMELYGI] : N plant; (otherwise called verbenaca);

[CHAMAEMILLA, CHAMAEMILLAE] : N chamomile;

[CHAMAEMYRSINE, CHAMAEMYRSINES] : N butcher's broom (ruscus aculeatus); dwarf myrtle (l+s);

[CHAMAEPEUCE, CHAMAEPEUCES] : N plant (unidentified); ground larch (l+s);

[CHAMAEPITYS, CHAMAEPITYIS] : N plant (genus ajuga); hypericum/st john's wort; groundpine (abortifacient) (l+s);

[CHAMAEPLATANUS, CHAMAEPLATANI] : N plane tree kept small by pruning, pollard plane; dwarf platane (l+s);

[CHAMAEROPS, CHAMAEAROPIS] : N dwarf palm? (chamaerops humilis); germander? (teucrium chamaedrys) (medicine);

[CHAMAESYCE, CHAMAESYCES] : N kind of spurge (euphorbia chamaesyce?); plant, wolf's-milk, ground fig (l+s);

[CHAMAETORTUS, CHAMAETORTA, CHAMAETORTUM] : ADJ twisted to the ground; that creeps on the ground (l+s);

[CHAMAEZELON, CHAMAEZELI] : N plant, cinquefoil; gnaphalium, an unidentified plant;

[CHAMEDYOSMOS, CHAMEDYOSMI] : N rosemary; (pure latin ros marinus);

[CHAMELAEA, CHAMELAEAE] : N dwarf olive (daphne oleoides); shrub (thymelaea, daphne gnidium?);

[CHAMELEA, CHAMELEAE] : N dwarf olive (daphne oleoides); shrub (thymelaea, daphne gnidium?);

[CHAMEUNIA, CHAMEUNIAE] : N couch on the earth;

[CHAMULCUS, CHAMULCI] : N kind of machine;

[CHANAAN, UNDECLINED] : N canaan/palestine;

[CHANAN, UNDECLINED] : N canaan/palestine;

[CHANANEA, CHANANEAE] : N canaan, palestine;

[CHANANEUS, CHANANEA, CHANANEUM] : ADJ of/from canaan/palestine;

[CHANE, CHANES] : N sea-perch (serranus cabrilla?); (perca cabrilla l+s);

[CHANIUS, CHANIA, CHANIUM] : ADJ name of a foot of three long syllables (_ _ _) (w/pes);

[CHANNE, CHANNES] : N sea-perch (serranus cabrilla?); (perca cabrilla l+s);

[CHAOS, CHAI] : N chaos, pit of hell, the underworld; formless/shapeless primordial matter;

[CHARA, CHARAE] : N an edible root, mixed with milk/forms loaf to stave off hunger (caesar cw iii);

[CHARACATUS, CHARACATA, CHARACATUM] : ADJ staked, propped up; provided with stakes;

[CHARACIAS, CHARACIAE] : N reed for props/stakes; kind of spurge (wood spurge?); plant, wolf's-milk;

[CHARACITES, CHARACITAE] : N plant, wolf's-milk;

[CHARACTER, CHARACTERIS] : N branded/impressed letter/mark/etc; marking instrument; stamp, character, style;

[CHARACTERISMOS, CHARACTERISMI] : N characterization; making prominent of the characteristic marks (l+s);

[CHARACTERISMUS, CHARACTERISMI] : N characterization; making prominent of the characteristic marks (l+s);

[CHARADRION, CHARADRII] : N yellowish bird; charadrion;

[CHARADRIUS, CHARADRII] : N yellowish bird; chadadrion;

[CHARAZO, CHARAZARE, CHARAZAVI, CHARAZATUS] : V scratch, engrave;

[CHARISMA, CHARISMATIS] : N gift, present;

[CHARISMA] : carisma ; gift, present.

[CHARISTICUM, CHARISTICI] : N money/allowance for buying papyrus/paper;

[CHARISTIO, CHARISTIONIS] : N kind of weighing machine;

[CHARISTIUM, CHARISTII] : N annual family banquet 3 days after parentalia (20 feb.) where feuds settled;

[CHARITAS, CHARITATIS] : N charity; love of god;

[CHARITAS] : benevolence, offering.

[CHARITATIVE] : ADV charitably; in a charitable manner;

[CHARITATIVUS, CHARITATIVA, CHARITATIVUM] : ADJ charitable, loving, of a charatable nature; pertaining to charity;

[CHARITONBLEPHARON, CHARITONBLEPHARI] : N magical plant producing love;

[CHARMIDATUS, CHARMIDATA, CHARMIDATUM] : ADJ become charmides (comic character in platuus' play trinummus);

[CHARMIDES, CHARMIDAE] : N charmides (comic character in plautus' play trinummus); (son of joy);

[CHARMIDO, CHARMIDARE, CHARMIDAVI, CHARMIDATUS] : V charmidize, turn into charmides (comic character in plautus' play trinummus);

[CHARTA, CHARTAE] : N (sheet/page of) papyrus; record/letter, book/writing(s); thin metal sheet/leaf;

[CHARTACEUS, CHARTACEA, CHARTACEUM] : ADJ made of papyrus/paper; paper-/papyrus-;

[CHARTARIUS, CHARTARII] : N maker of/dealer in papyrus/paper;

[CHARTARIUS, CHARTARIA, CHARTARIUM] : ADJ connected with the making of papyrus/paper; used for papyrus/paper;

[CHARTEUS, CHARTEA, CHARTEUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to papyrus/paper; (~ statium => the literary arena/occupation);

[CHARTIATICUM, CHARTIATICI] : N money/allowance for buying papyrus/paper;

[CHARTOPHYLAX, CHARTOPHYLACIS] : N archivist, keeper of archives;

[CHARTOPOLA, CHARTOPOLAE] : N merchant/dealer in papyrus/paper;

[CHARTULA, CHARTULAE] : N scrap/piece of papyrus; small note, bill (l+s);

[CHARTULARI, CHARTULARIIS] : N court archivist, keeper of archives of the court;

[CHARTUS, CHARTI] : N (sheet/page of) papyrus; record/letter, book/writing(s); thin metal sheet/leaf;

[CHARUS] : affectionate.

[CHARYBDIS, CHARYBDIS] : N charybdis (whirlpool sicily/italy); cruel person; whirlpool; tortuous cavity;

[CHARYBDIS] : whirlpool.

[CHASMA, CHASMATIS] : N chasm/fissure/opening in the earth, abyss; supposed meteoric phenomenon;

[CHASMATIAS, CHASMATIAE] : N earthquake that leaves chasms/fissures/openings in the earth;

[CHAUS, CHAI] : N chaos, pit of hell, the underworld; formless/shapeless primordial matter;

[CHELE, CHELES] : N claw-shaped mechanism; trigger; scorpio' claws (pl.) that extend to libra, libra

[CHELIDON, CHELIDONIS] : N female pudenda/genitalia; (juvenalis?); (rude);

[CHELIDONIA, CHELIDONIAE] : N greater celandine (chelidonium maius)/swallowwort; kind of fig; precious stone;

[CHELIDONIACUS, CHELIDONIACA, CHELIDONIACUM] : ADJ pointed like a swallow's tail;

[CHELIDONIAS, CHELIDONIAE] : N west wind; (blowing after 22 feb. when the swallows arrive);

[CHELIDONIUM, CHELIDONII] : N lesser celandine (ranunculus ficaria); eye-salve containing celandine juice;

[CHELIDONIUS, CHELIDONIA, CHELIDONIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to the swallow; resembling the swallow in color, reddish (fig);

[CHELIUM, CHELII] : N shell of a horned tortoise;

[CHELONIA, CHELONIAE] : N precious stone; tortoise-stone (l+s);

[CHELONITIS, CHELONITIDIS] : N precious stone; (like a tortoise l+s);

[CHELONIUM, CHELONII] : N socket-piece of a windlass/crane, one of the cheeks; plant, cyclaminos (l+s);

[CHELYDRUS, CHELYDRI] : N venomous water-snake;

[CHELYON, CHELYI] : N shell of the horned tortoise;

[CHELYS, CHELYOS/IS] : N tortoise; lyre/harp (made originally from a tortoise shell); constellation lyra;

[CHEMA, CHEMAE] : N bi-valve shellfish, clam; cockle (l+s);

[CHEMA, CHEMAE] : N liquid measure; (one third of a mystrum, one 48th of a sextarius/pint);

[CHENALOPEX, CHEMALOPECIS] : N egyptian goose (chenalopex aegyptiaca);

[CHENAMYCHE, CHENAMYCHES] : N thorny oriental plant (reputed to become luminous at night);

[CHENEROS, CHENEROTIS] : N small kind of goose; (anas clipeata? l+s);

[CHENISCUS, CHENISCI] : N figure on the stern of a ship resembling a goose; gosling;

[CHENOBOSCION, CHENOBOSCII] : N goose pen; place for feeding geese;

[CHENOMYCHE, CHENOMYCHES] : N thorny oriental plant (reputed to become luminous at night);

[CHENTURIO, CHENTURIARE, CHENTURIAVI, CHENTURIATUS] : V arrange/assign (soldiers) in military centuries; divide land into centuriae;

[CHERAGRA, CHERAGRAE] : N pain in the hands, arthritis/gout in hands;

[CHERAGRICUS, CHERAGRICA, CHERAGRICUM] : ADJ suffering from cheragra (pain in the hands, arthritis/gout in hands);

[CHERAGRICUS, CHERAGRICI] : N person suffering from cheragra (pain in the hands, arthritis/gout in hands);

[CHERE] : INTERJ welcome; hail (l+s);

[CHEREGRA, CHEREGRAE] : N gout in the hands;

[CHERNITES, CHERNITAE] : N a white marble; marble resembling ivory (l+s);

[CHERNITIS, CHERNITIDIS] : N precious stone;

[CHEROLABA, CHEROLABAE] : N handle; handspike;

[CHERSINUS, CHERSINA, CHERSINUM] : ADJ living on dry land, land-;

[CHERSOS, CHERSI] : N land tortoise; kind of toad (l+s);

[CHERSYDROS, CHERSYDRI] : N amphibious serpent, water snake;

[CHERUB, UNDECLINED] : N cherub;

[CHERUBIM, UNDECLINED] : N cherubs (pl.); cherubim, a rank of angels; heavenly choir;

[CHERUBIN, UNDECLINED] : N cherubs (pl.); cherubin, a rank of angels; heavenly choir;

[CHIA, CHIAE] : N chian fig; (chios/chius island in aegean off ionia);

[CHILIARCHES, CHILIARCHAE] : N officer commanding a thousand men in a greek army; (battalion commander, ltc);

[CHILIARCHUS, CHILIARCHI] : N officer commanding a thousand men in a greek army; (battalion commander, ltc);

[CHILIAS, CHILIADIS] : N the number 1000, a chiliad, a group of a thousand (things/years);

[CHILIASTA, CHILIASTAE] : N the believers (pl.) in the millennial kingdom;

[CHILIODYNAMA, CHILIODYNAMAE] : N unidentified plant; (medicinal, of a thousand virtues l+s);

[CHILIODYNAMIA, CHILIODYNAMIAE] : N unidentified plant; (medicinal, of a thousand virtues l+s);

[CHILIOPHYLION, CHILIOPHYLII] : N unidentified plant; (thousand leaves);

[CHILO, CHILONIS] : N cognomen (big lips); fellator, one who practices fellatio;

[CHILOMA, CHILOMATIS] : N box, coffer;

[CHIMAERIFER, CHIMAERIFERA, CHIMAERIFERUM] : ADJ producing the chimaera;

[CHIMERINUS, CHIMERINA, CHIMERINUM] : ADJ of winter;

[CHIRAGRA, CHIRAGRAE] : N pain in the hands, arthritis/gout in hands;

[CHIRAGRICUS, CHIRAGRICI] : N person suffering from cheragra (pain in the hands, arthritis/gout in hands);

[CHIRAGRICUS, CHIRAGRICA, CHIRAGRICUM] : ADJ suffering from cheragra (pain in the hands, arthritis/gout in hands);

[CHIRAMAXIUM, CHIRAMAXII] : N hand-cart; small carriage drawn by slaves (l+s);

[CHIREGRA, CHIREGRAE] : N gout in the hands;

[CHIRIDOTA, CHIRIDOTAE] : N sleeved shirt; (with or without tunica);

[CHIRIDOTUS, CHIRIDOTA, CHIRIDOTUM] : ADJ sleeved, with sleeves; (w/tunica => sleeved shirt);

[CHIROCMA, CHIROCMATIS] : N manufactures (pl.); (name of a book by democritus); made by hand (l+s);

[CHIRODYTOS, CHIRODYTI] : N unidentified garment; (chiridota is a sleeved shirt);

[CHIROGRAPHARIUS, CHIROGRAPHARIA, CHIROGRAPHARIUM] : ADJ holding a written bond; in/pertaining to handwriting/manuscript;

[CHIROGRAPHON, CHIROGRAPHI] : N own handwriting; handwritten document, manuscript; written bond/charter/promise;

[CHIROGRAPHUM, CHIROGRAPHI] : N own handwriting; handwritten document, manuscript; written bond/charter/promise;

[CHIROGRAPHUM] : autograph, person's own handwriting / written charter.

[CHIROGRAPHUM] : autograph, person's own handwriting/ written charter.

[CHIROGRAPHUS, CHIROGRAPHI] : N own handwriting; handwritten document, manuscript; written bond/charter/promise;

[CHIRONOMIA, CHIRONOMIAE] : N rules of gesticulation; art of gesturing (l+s);

[CHIRONOMON, CHIRONOMUNTOS/IS] : N gesticulating; pantomime (l+s);

[CHIRONOMON, CHIRONOMONTOS/IS] : N gesticulating; pantomime (l+s);

[CHIRONOMON] : ADJ pantomimic, of/like a pantomime, with gestures;

[CHIRONOMOS, CHIRONOMUNTI] : N gesticulating; pantomime (l+s);

[CHIRONOMOS, CHIRONOMOS] : ADJ pantomimic, of/like a pantomime, with gestures;

[CHIROTHECA, CHIROTHECAE] : N glove, mitten; gauntlet (erasmus);

[CHIRURGIA, CHIRURGIAE] : N surgery; a violent remedy (l+s);

[CHIRURGIUS, CHIRURGIA, CHIRURGIUM] : ADJ surgical;

[CHIRURGUS, CHIRURGA, CHIRURGUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a surgeon;

[CHIRURGUS, CHIRURGI] : N surgeon; (pure latin medicus vulnerarius l+s);

[CHIUM, CHII] : N small single seed of the alpine raetic grape; chian wine;

[CHIUS, CHIA, CHIUM] : ADJ chian, of chios; of chian wine; characteristic/suggestive of chios, luxurious;

[CHLAMIS, CHLAMIDIS] : N greek cloak/cape frequently for military use; state mantle; cloak, mantle;

[CHLAMYDATUS, CHLAMYDATA, CHLAMYDATUM] : ADJ dressed in a (military) cloak/cape;

[CHLAMYS, CHLAMYDIS] : N greek cloak/cape frequently for military use; state mantle; cloak, mantle;

[CHLAMYS, CHLAMYDOS/IS] : N greek cloak/cape frequently for military use; state mantle; cloak, mantle;

[CHLORA, CHLORAE] : N variety of emerald;

[CHLORA, CHLORAE] : N a medicament, medicine;

[CHLOREUS, CHLOREI] : N unidentified bird; (greenish bird l+s);

[CHLORION, CHLORIONIS] : N golden oriole (oriolus galbula); yellow bird, yellow thrush (l+s);

[CHLORITIS, CHLORITIDIS] : N green precious stone; smaragdoprasus? (l+s);

[CHLORON, CHLORI] : N kind of eye-salve;

[CHOASPITES, CHOASPITIDIS] : N precious stone; (found in the choaspes l+s);

[CHOASPITIS, CHOASPITIDIS] : N precious stone; (found in the choaspes l+s);

[CHOENICA, CHOENICAE] : N dry measure (equal to 2 sextarii) (about a quart);

[CHOENIX, CHOENICIS] : N dry measure (equal to 2 sextarii) (about a quart);

[CHOERAS, CHOERADIS] : N scrofula, king's evil; (chronic lymph gland enlargement); (pure latin struma);

[CHOEROGRYLLUS, CHOEROGRYLLI] : N kind of hare; coney (king james); small gregarious quadruped (hydrax syriacus);

[CHOEROGYLLIUS, CHOEROGYLLII] : N kind of hare; coney (king james); small gregarious quadruped (hydrax syriacus);

[CHOEROS, CHOERI] : N pig; female pudenda/external genitalia (greek for porcus/women's nursery term);

[CHOICUS, CHOICA, CHOICUM] : ADJ of/made of earth/clay;

[CHOLERA, CHOLERAE] : N european/summer cholera (cholera nostras); an attack of cholera;

[CHOLERICUS, CHOLERICI] : N person suffering from european cholera;

[CHOLIAMBUS, CHOLIAMBI] : N limping iambus; (iambic verse whose last foot not iambus but spondee or trochee;

[CHOLRAS, CHOLRAE] : N variety of emerald;

[CHOMA, CHOMATIS] : N bank, mound; dike, dam;

[CHONDRILLE, CHONDRILLES] : N plant, gum succory? (chondrilla funcea); spanish savory, endive/chicory (l+s);

[CHONDRILLON, CHONDRILLI] : N plant, gum succory? (chondrilla funcea); spanish savory, endive/chicory (l+s);

[CHONDRIS, CHONDRIS] : N plant; (bastard dittany?);

[CHONDRIS, CHONDRIS] : N plant, kind of horehound resembling marjoram (marrubium pseudodictamnus);

[CHONDRYLLA, CHONDRYLLAE] : N plant, gum succory? (chondrilla funcea); spanish savory, endive/chicory (l+s);

[CHONDRYLLE, CHONDRYLLES] : N plant, gum succory? (chondrilla funcea); spanish savory, endive/chicory (l+s);

[CHORA, CHORAE] : N site for a monument;

[CHORAGIARIUS, CHORAGIARI(I)] : N supplier of stage equipment/properties/gear/trappings;

[CHORAGIUM, CHORAGI(I)] : N stage equipment/properties; gear/trappings (other); piece of water organ;

[CHORAGIUM, CHORAGII] : N place where chorus practiced; preparing chorus; splendid preparation; a spring;

[CHORAGIUS, CHORAGI(I)] : N theatrical supplier, one supplying equipment/properties to dramatic company;

[CHORAGUS, CHORAGI] : N he who has care of chorus and supplies; he who pays the cost of a banquet;

[CHORAGUS, CHORAGI] : N theatrical supplier, one supplying equipment/properties to dramatic company;

[CHORAULA, CHORAULAE] : N player on the reed pipes; flute player (l+s);

[CHORAULE, CHORAULES] : N player (female) on the reed pipes; flute player (l+s);

[CHORAULES, CHORAULAE] : N player on the reed pipes; flute player (l+s);

[CHORAULICUS, CHORAULICA, CHORAULICUM] : ADJ of/belonging to player on the reed pipes; of/belonging to flute player (l+s);

[CHORDA, CHORDAE] : N tripe; catgut, musical instrument string; rope/cord (binding a slave) (l+s);

[CHORDACISTA, CHORDACISTAE] : N player on a stringed instrument;

[CHORDAPSUS, CHORDAPSI] : N disease of the intestines;

[CHORDUS, CHORDA, CHORDUM] : ADJ late-born/produced out of/late in the season; second (crop of hay), aftermath;

[CHOREA, CHOREAE] : N round/ring dance; dancers; movement of planets; magistrate's court; multitude;

[CHOREPISCOPUS, CHOREPISCOPI] : N deputy bishop for a village; suffragan bishop;

[CHOREUS, CHOREI] : N metrical foot consisting of a long and a short syllable (_u), trochee;

[CHOREUTES, CHOREUTAE] : N choral dancer;

[CHORIAMBICUS, CHORIAMBICA, CHORIAMBICUM] : ADJ choriambic; having metrical foot consisting of a chorius and an iambus (_uu_);

[CHORIAMBUS, CHORIAMBI] : N metrical foot consisting of a chorius and an iambus (_uu_);

[CHORICUM, CHORICI] : N choral part of a play;

[CHORICUS, CHORICA, CHORICUM] : ADJ pertaining to the chorus; (w/metrum) anapaestic verse (hypercatalectic dipody);

[CHORIOIDES, CHORIOIDAE] : N choriod coat of the eye;

[CHORION, CHORII] : N membrane enclosing the fetus, afterbirth;

[CHORIOS, CHORII] : N metrical foot consisting of a long and a short syllable (_u), trochee;

[CHORIUS, CHORII] : N metrical foot consisting of a long and a short syllable (_u), trochee;

[CHOROBATES, CHOROBATAE] : N level, instrument consisting of a long pole with a groove for water;

[CHOROCITHARISTES, CHOROCITHARISTAE] : N one who accompanied a chorus on the lyre/chithara;

[CHOROGRAPHIA, CHOROGRAPHIAE] : N a work of geography, geography book;

[CHOROGRAPHUS, CHOROGRAPHI] : N geographer?, one who describes countries?;

[CHORONA, CHORONAE] : N crown, garland, wreath; circle/cordon of men/troops;

[CHORS, CHORTIS] : N cohort, tenth part of legion (360 men); armed force; band; ship crew; bodyguard

[CHORS, CHORTIS] : N court; enclosure/yard/pen, farmyard; attendants, retinue, staff; circle; crowd;

[CHORTALINUS, CHORTALINA, CHORTALINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to an imperial/praetorian bodyguard (cohort);

[CHORTALIS, CHORTALIS, CHORTALE] : ADJ pertaining to a farm/cattle yard, farmyard-; of/concerned with poultry keeping;

[CHORTALIS, CHORTALIS, CHORTALE] : ADJ of/connected with a military/praetorian cohort/company/guard;

[CHORTINUS, CHORTINA, CHORTINUM] : ADJ made from grass or fodder;

[CHORUS, CHORI] : N round/ring dance; dancers; movement of planets; magistrate's court; multitude;

[CHORUS, CHORI] : N chorus/choir; choral passage in a play; dancing/singing performance/ers; school;

[CHORUS] : troop.

[CHRESTON, CHRESTI] : N chicory (cichorium intybus);

[CHRIA, CHRIAE] : N topic of general application set for study/exercise in grammar/rhetoric school;

[CHRISMA, CHRISMATIS] : N anointing, unction; sacred oils;

[CHRISTIADUM, CHRISTIADI] : N christendom;

[CHRISTIANE] : ADV in a christian manner;

[CHRISTIANISMUS, CHRISTIANISMI] : N christianity;

[CHRISTIANITAS, CHRISTIANITATIS] : N christianity; christian religion; the christian clergy;

[CHRISTIANIZO, CHRISTIANIZARE, CHRISTIANIZAVI, CHRISTIANIZATUS] : V profess christianity;

[CHRISTIANUS, CHRISTIANA -UM, CHRISTIANIOR -OR -US, CHRISTIANISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ christian;

[CHRISTIANUS, CHRISTIANI] : N christian/follower of christ; christian clergyman; christianity (pl.) (beesom);

[CHRISTIAS, CHRISTIADIS] : N christians (pl.), followers of christ;

[CHRISTICOLA, CHRISTICOLAE] : N christian, worshiper of christ; (often used in pl.);

[CHRISTIFIDELIS, CHRISTIFIDELIS, CHRISTIFIDELE] : ADJ faithful to christ/christianity; following christ;

[CHRISTIFIDELIS, CHRISTIFIDELIS] : N one of the christian faithful; follower of christ;

[CHRISTIGENUS, CHRISTIGENA, CHRISTIGENUM] : ADJ of the lineage of christ; (i.e. the posterity of ruth/jesse);

[CHRISTIPOTENS, (GEN.), CHRISTIPOTENTIS] : ADJ strong in christ;

[CHRISTUS, CHRISTI] : N christ;

[CHROMA, CHROMATOS/IS] : N chromatic scale (divided tetrachord into 2 intervals of 1 semitone and 1 of 3);

[CHROMATICE, CHROMATICES] : N note in the chromatic scale; science of chromatic harmony (l+s);

[CHROMATICE] : ADJ chromatic; (divided tetrachord into 2 intervals of 1 semitone and 1 of 3);

[CHROMATICON] : ADJ chromatic; (divided tetrachord into 2 intervals of 1 semitone and 1 of 3);

[CHROMATICOS, CHROMATIC] : ADJ chromatic; (divided tetrachord into 2 intervals of 1 semitone and 1 of 3);

[CHROMATICUS, CHROMATICA, CHROMATICUM] : ADJ chromatic; (divided tetrachord into 2 intervals of 1 semitone and 1 of 3);

[CHROMIS, CHROMIS] : N sea fish; (umbrina cirrosa?);

[CHRONICA, CHRONICAE] : N book of annuals, chronicles (pl.);

[CHRONICUM, CHRONICI] : N book of annuals, chronicle;

[CHRONICUS, CHRONICA, CHRONICUM] : ADJ written in form of annual/chronicle; pertaining to time; chronic/lingering (l+s)

[CHRONIUS, CHRONIA, CHRONIUM] : ADJ chronic, lingering;

[CHRONOGRAPHUS, CHRONOGRAPHI] : N chronographer, annalist, chronicler;

[CHRYSALLIS, CHRYSALLIS] : N chrysalis; gold-colored chrysalis, aurelia/pupa of a butterfly (l+s);

[CHRYSANTHEMON, CHRYSANTHEMI] : N name of several plants of order compositae; marigold (l+s);

[CHRYSANTHEMUM, CHRYSANTHEMI] : N name of several plants of order compositae; marigold (l+s);

[CHRYSANTHES, CHRYSANTHAE] : N name of several plants of order compositae; marigold (l+s);

[CHRYSANTHUS, CHRYSANTHI] : N name of several plants of order compositae; marigold (l+s);

[CHRYSELECTROS, CHRYSELECTRI] : N amber-colored gem; (classed by pliny with hyacinthus);

[CHRYSELECTRUM, CHRYSELECTRI] : N gold-colored amber;

[CHRYSELECTRUS, CHRYSELECTRI] : N dark-yellow precious stone; amber-colored jacinth/hyacinth-stone?;

[CHRYSENDETUM, CHRYSENDETI] : N things (e.g. dishes) inlaid with gold;

[CHRYSENDETUS, CHRYSENDETA, CHRYSENDETUM] : ADJ inlaid with gold; set in/with gold;

[CHRYSEUM, CHRYSEI] : N gold/gold-colored/golden vessels/dishes;

[CHRYSEUS, CHRYSEA, CHRYSEUM] : ADJ gold-colored, golden;

[CHRYSITES, CHRYSITAE] : N kind of stone;

[CHRYSITES, CHRYSITIDAE] : N kind of stone; phloginos (flame-colored gem), another gold-colored gem (l+s);

[CHRYSITIS, (GEN.), CHRYSITIDIS] : ADJ gold-colored, golden; of golden color;

[CHRYSITIS, CHRYSITIDIS] : N plant (chrysocoma linosyris?); unidentified precious stone; a native lead oxide;

[CHRYSOASPIDES, CHRYSOASPIDES, CHRYSOASPIDES] : ADJ bearing golden shields (kind of soldier serving under alexander severus);

[CHRYSOBERULLUS, CHRYSOBERULLI] : N gold-colored beryl; chrysoberyl (l+s);

[CHRYSOBERYLLUS, CHRYSOBERYLLI] : N gold-colored beryl; chrysoberyl (l+s);

[CHRYSOCALIS, CHRYSOCALIS] : N plant; (also called parthenium);

[CHRYSOCANTHOS, CHRYSOCANTHI] : N kind of ivy having golden berries;

[CHRYSOCARPOS, CHRYSOCARPOS] : ADJ having golden berries;

[CHRYSOCARPUS, CHRYSOCARPA, CHRYSOCARPUM] : ADJ having golden berries;

[CHRYSOCEPHALOS, CHRYSOCEPHSLI] : N golden basilisk;

[CHRYSOCOCCUS, CHRYSOCOCCA, CHRYSOCOCCUM] : ADJ having golden grains;

[CHRYSOCOLLA, CHRYSOCOLLAE] : N green copper carbonate/malachite (pigment/medicine); stone (magnetic pyrite?);

[CHRYSOCOME, CHRYSOCOMES] : N plant (chrysocoma linosyris?);

[CHRYSOGRAPHATUS, CHRYSOGRAPHATA, CHRYSOGRAPHATUM] : ADJ inlaid with gold;

[CHRYSOLACHANUM, CHRYSOLACHANI] : N plant (orach?); garden orachn (also called atriplex) (l+s);

[CHRYSOLAMPIS, CHRYSOLAMPIDIS] : N unidentified precious stone;

[CHRYSOLITHOS, CHRYSOLITHI] : N topaz; chrysolite (l+s);

[CHRYSOLITUS, CHRYSOLITI] : N topaz; chrysolite; (vulgate);

[CHRYSOMALLUS, CHRYSOMALLA, CHRYSOMALLUM] : ADJ having a golden fleece;

[CHRYSOMELINUS, CHRYSOMELINA, CHRYSOMELINUM] : ADJ variety of quince (w/mala);

[CHRYSOMELUM, CHRYSOMELI] : N variety of quince;

[CHRYSOPASTUS, CHRYSOPASTI] : N species of topaz;

[CHRYSOPHRYS, CHRYSOPHRYOS/IS] : N fish; (gilt-head? sparus aurata);

[CHRYSOPIS, CHRYSOPIDIS] : N unidentified precious stone; precious topaz (l+s);

[CHRYSOPRASIUS, CHRYSOPRASIA, CHRYSOPRASIUM] : ADJ variety of precious stone (chrysoprase/golden-green beryl and like);

[CHRYSOPRASOS, CHRYSOPRASI] : N precious stone, chrysoprase; (golden-green beryl and like);

[CHRYSOPRASSOS, CHRYSOPRASSI] : N precious stone, chrysoprase; (golden-green beryl and like);

[CHRYSOPRASSUS, CHRYSOPRASSI] : N precious stone, chrysoprase; (golden-green beryl and like);

[CHRYSOPRASUM, CHRYSOPRASI] : N precious stone, chrysoprase; (golden-green beryl and like);

[CHRYSOPTERON] : ADJ golden-winged; (of a kind of jasper);

[CHRYSOPTEROS, CHRYSOPTEROS] : ADJ golden-winged; (of a kind of jasper);

[CHRYSOS, CHRYSI] : N gold; (chrysos melas => black ivy);

[CHRYSOTHALES, CHRYSOTHALIS] : N kind of aizoon/houseleek, wall-pepper;

[CHRYSUS, CHRYSI] : N gold;

[CHUS, COS/IS] : N liquid measure; (equal to congius/3 quarts);

[CHUTHENUS, CHUTHENI] : N chuthite, inhabitant of chutha; (ancient tribe in near east);

[CHYDAEUS, CHYDAEA, CHYDAEUM] : ADJ common, ordinary; kind of palms (l+s);

[CHYLISMA, CHYLISMATIS] : N extracted/expressed juice (of plants);

[CHYLUS, CHYLI] : N extracted/expressed juice (of plants);

[CHYMUS, CHYMI] : N stomach juices/fluid, chyle;

[CHYROGRILLIUS, CHYROGRILLII] : N coney (of king james bible, small gregarious quadruped (hydrax syriacus); hare;

[CHYROGRYLLIUS, CHYROGRYLLII] : N coney (of king james bible, small gregarious quadruped (hydrax syriacus); hare;

[CHYTROPUS, CHYTROPODIS] : N chafing dish/pot with feet (for cooking directly over coals on the ground);

[CIBALIS, CIBALIS, CIBALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to food; (w/fistula => esophagus/gullet);

[CIBARIUM, CIBARI(I)] : N ration/allowance of food (pl.); food, provisions; food for animals, feed, fodder

[CIBARIUM, CIBARII] : N shorts, coarser meal remaining after fine flour; ordinary musician;

[CIBARIUS, CIBARIA, CIBARIUM] : ADJ of/concerning food/rations, ration-; plain/common/servant (food), black (bread);

[CIBATIO, CIBATIONIS] : N meal, repast; feeding;

[CIBATUS, CIBATUS] : N food, nutriment, victuals; fodder;

[CIBDELUS, CIBDELA, CIBDELUM] : ADJ spurious, base; (w/fontes => impure/unhealthy spring/source);

[CIBICIDA, CIBICIDAE] : N eater, consumer of food; (food killer); waste of bread/food (lazy slave) (l+s);

[CIBISIS, CIBISIS] : N satchel;

[CIBO, CIBARE, CIBAVI, CIBATUS] : V feed, give food/fodder to animals/men; (also passive sense) eat, take food;

[CIBO] : food for animals

[CIBO] : food for animals.

[CIBORIA, CIBORIAE] : N egyptian bean (nelumbo nucifera); (arum colocasia l+s);

[CIBORIUM, CIBORII] : N drinking cup; (made of/shaped like flower of egyptian bean nelumbo nucifera);

[CIBUS, CIBI] : N food; fare, rations; nutriment, sustenance, fuel; eating, a meal; bait;

[CIBUS] : food for men and animals.

[CICADA, CICADAE] : N cicada, tree-cricket; athenian hair ornament in shape of cicada; summer season;

[CICARO, CICARONIS] : N little boy, darling;

[CICATRICO, CICATRICARE, CICATRICAVI, CICATRICATUS] : V form a scar over;

[CICATRICOR, CICATRICARI, -, CICATRICATUS SUM] : V be scarred over/cicatrized;

[CICATRICOSUS, CICATRICOSA, CICATRICOSUM] : ADJ scarred, covered by scars; marked by pruning (plant); edited/polished (writing);

[CICATRICULA, CICATRICULAE] : N small scar;

[CICATRIX, CICATRICIS] : N scar, cicatrice; wound; emotional scar; mark of pruning on plant/tool on work;

[CICCUM, CICCI] : N proverbially worthless object, trifle, bagatelle; seed membrane of pomegranate;

[CICER, CICERIS] : N chick pea (cicer aristinum); (as a common food); (rude) testicles, penis?;

[CICERA, CICERAE] : N chickling vetch; (latyrus?);

[CICERCULA, CICERCULAE] : N small variety of chick-pea;

[CICERCULUM, CICERCULI] : N kind of ocher; reddish earth pigment; african species of the pigment sinopia;

[CICERO, CICERONIS] : N cicero; cognomen in gens tullia; m. tullius cicero, roman orator and statesman;

[CICHOREUM, CICHOREI] : N chicory (cichorium intybus), succory, endive;

[CICHORION, CICHORII] : N chicory (cichorium intybus), succory, endive;

[CICHORIUM, CICHORII] : N chicory (cichorium intybus), succory, endive;

[CICI, UNDECLINED] : N castor (oil) tree (ricinus communis); (egyptian tree also called croton l+s);

[CICILENDRUM, CICILENDRI] : N comic name for an imaginary condiment;

[CICILINUS, CICILINA, CICILINUM] : ADJ made of hair-cloth, hair-;

[CICIMALINDRUM, CICIMALINDRI] : N comic name for an imaginary condiment;

[CICIMANDRUM, CICIMANDRI] : N comic name for an imaginary condiment;

[CICINDELA, CICINDELAE] : N firefly (luciola italica); candle; glow-worm (l+s);

[CICINUS, CICINA, CICINUM] : ADJ castor; (oleum cicinum => castor oil);

[CICONIA, CICONIAE] : N stork; derisive gesture made with fingers; t-shaped tool for measuring depth;

[CICONIUS, CICONIA, CICONIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the stork;

[CICUMA, CICUMAE] : N owl;

[CICUR, (GEN.), CICURIS] : ADJ tame (animal), domesticated; mild/gentle (person);

[CICUR, CICURIS] : N tame animal, domesticated animal;

[CICURO, CICURARE, CICURAVI, CICURATUS] : V tame; pacify;

[CICUTA, CICUTAE] : N hemlock (conium maculatum); hemlock juice (poison); shepherd's pipe (of hemlock)

[CICUTA] : hemlock.

[CICUTICEN, CICUTICINISIS] : N player of the reed/shepherd's pipe; (often made of cicuta/hemlock stalks);

[CIDARIS, CIDARIS] : N head-dress of a persian king; tiara; diadem (l+s), of high priest of jews;

[CIEO, CIERE, CIVI, CITUS] : V move; shake; rouse, stir/call up; disturb; provoke; invoke; produce; discharge;

[CIGNUS, CIGNI] : N measure; (equal to 8 scrupuli/srcipuli); (1/2 or 3/3 of an ounce);

[CILIBANTUM, CILIBANTI] : N round cupboard;

[CILICARIUS, CILICARII] : N maker of coverings/rugs/blankets of hair (e.g. goat);

[CILICINUS, CILICINA, CILICINUM] : ADJ hair-, made of (goat's) hair; (garemnt originating in cilicia);

[CILICIOLUM, CILICIOLI] : N small garment/coverlet/blanket of goat's hair; (originating in cilicia);

[CILICIUM, CILICII] : N rug/blanket/small garment of goat's hair; (originating in cilicia);

[CILIO, CILIONIS] : N chisel/graver (vulgar);

[CILIUM, CILII] : N upper eyelid; edge of upper eyelid; eyelid, lower eyelid (l+s);

[CILIUM] : egg yolk Soran p. 50

[CILLIBA, CILLIBAE] : N round dining-table;

[CILLO, CILLERE,] : V move, put in motion;

[CILLO, CILLONIS] : N one who practices unnatural lust, sodomite; catamite, pathic;

[CILO, CILONIS] : N cognomen (big lips); fellator, one practicing fellatio; prominent forehead (l+s)

[CILOTRUM, CILOTRI] : N nose-bag;

[CIMBER, CIMBRI] : N cimberi (pl.), a german tribe, invaded gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[CIMELIARCHA, CIMELIARCHAE] : N treasurer, keeper of treasure/deposits;

[CIMELIARCHIUM, CIMELIARCHII] : N treasury, place where treasure is deposited;

[CIMEX, CIMICIS] : N bed-bug (cimex lectularius); bug (l+s);

[CIMICO, CIMICERE,] : V purify from bugs; exterminate; debug;

[CIMINATIO] : accusation, calumny, charge.

[CIMINOSUS] : reproachful, slanderous.

[CINAEDIA, CINAEDIAE] : N precious stone; (from brain of a fish);

[CINAEDIAS, CINAEDIAE] : N precious stone; (from brain of a fish);

[CINAEDICUS, CINAEDICI] : N lewd/wanton/immodest/unchaste/shameless person; catamite;

[CINAEDICUS, CINAEDICA, CINAEDICUM] : ADJ lewd; wanton; immodest; pertaining to one who is unchaste;

[CINAEDIUM, CINAEDII] : N precious stone; (from brain of a fish);

[CINAEDIUS, CINAEDII] : N lewd/wanton/immodest/unchaste/shameless person; catamite;

[CINAEDOLOGOS, CINAEDOLOGI] : N teller of lewd stories;

[CINAEDULUS, CINAEDULI] : N catamite, pathic; a male wanton;

[CINAEDUS, CINAEDA -UM, CINAEDIOR -OR -US, CINAEDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ resembling/like/typical of a cinaedus/sodomite; unchaste; impudent, shameless;

[CINAEDUS, CINAEDI] : N sea-fish;

[CINAEDUS, CINAEDI] : N sodomite; catamite; effeminate man; man who performs a lewd dance; pervert;

[CINARA, CINARAE] : N artichoke; similar plant;

[CINARIS, CINARIS] : N unidentified plant;

[CINCINNALIS, CINCINNALIS, CINCINNALE] : ADJ curled, curly; (~ herba => plant also called polytrichon);

[CINCINNATUS, CINCINNATA, CINCINNATUM] : ADJ with curled/curly hair; with hair in ringlets; (artificially); (of comets);

[CINCINNUS, CINCINNI] : N ringlet, curl/lock; curled hair; rhetorical flourish, artificial embellishment;

[CINCTICULUS, CINCTICULI] : N belt, (small/little) girdle;

[CINCTOR, CINCTORIS] : N warrior's belt;

[CINCTORIUM, CINCTORII] : N sword belt; (late) girdle (l+s);

[CINCTUM, CINCTI] : N method of girding up clothes; (~ gabinian => w/toga end); crown/garland; belt;

[CINCTURA, CINCTURAE] : N girdle, means of girding;

[CINCTUS, CINCTA, CINCTUM] : ADJ having one's dress girt in a special way; (alte => for action); fastened round;

[CINCTUS, CINCTA, CINCTUM] : ADJ surrounded/encircled; surrounded (by friends/people/enemy); bordered, enclosed;

[CINCTUS, CINCTUS] : N method of girding up clothes; (~ gabinian => w/loose toga end); crown/garland;

[CINCTUTUS, CINCTUTA, CINCTUTUM] : ADJ wearing girdle or loin-cloth; girded/girt; (as ancients whose toga was girded);

[CINDECOE] : ADV elegantly;

[CINEFACTUS, CINEFACTA, CINEFACTUM] : ADJ reduced/turned to ashes;

[CINER, CINERIS] : N ashes; embers, spent love/hate; ruin, destruction; the grave/dead, cremation;

[CINERACEUS, CINERACEA, CINERACEUM] : ADJ ashen, ashy, resembling ash in color, ash-colored;

[CINERACIUS, CINERACIA, CINERACIUM] : ADJ ashen, ashy, resembling ash in color, ash-colored;

[CINERARIUM, CINERARI(I)] : N receptacle/niche for the ashes of the dead;

[CINERARIUS, CINERARIA, CINERARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to ashes; boundaries of land bordering on graves;

[CINERARIUS, CINERARI(I)] : N hair-curler, hair-dresser;

[CINERES] : Ash Wednesday.

[CINERESCO, CINERESCERE,] : V turn into ash/ashes;

[CINEREUM, CINEREI] : N ash-colored ointment/salve;

[CINEREUS, CINEREA, CINEREUM] : ADJ resembling ashes, similar to ashes, ash-colored; (kinds of plants/animals);

[CINERICIUS, CINERICIA, CINERICIUM] : ADJ resembling ashes, similar to ashes, ash-colored; (kinds of plants/animals);

[CINEROSUS, CINEROSA, CINEROSUM] : ADJ covered with ashes; consisting largely of ashes; full of ashes (l+s);

[CINGETORIX, CINGETORIGIS] : N cingetorix; a gaul of treveri; a briton king;

[CINGILLUM, CINGILLI] : N woman's girdle; (esp. that worn by a bride);

[CINGO, CINGERE, CINXI, CINCTUS] : V surround/encircle/ring; enclose; beleaguer; accompany; gird, equip; ring (tree);

[CINGULA, CINGULAE] : N belt; sword belt; sash, girdle; band; saddle-girth; collar (dog);

[CINGULUM, CINGULI] : N belt; sword belt; sash, girdle; band; saddle-girth; collar (dog);

[CINGULUS, CINGULI] : N belt; band; geographical zone;

[CINIFES, CINIFIS] : N kind of stinging insect; very small flies, gnats;

[CINIFES, CINIFOS/IS] : N kind of stinging insects; very small flies, gnats; other small creatures (old);

[CINIFLO, CINIFLONIS] : N heater of curling-irons, hair-dresser;

[CINIPHES, CINIPHOS/IS] : N kind of stinging insects; very small flies, gnats; other small creatures (old);

[CINIS CINERIS] : ashes, embers.

[CINIS, CINERIS] : N ashes; embers, spent love/hate; ruin, destruction; the grave/dead, cremation;

[CINIS] : cineris ; ashes, embers.

[CINISCULUS, CINISCULI] : N little ashes;

[CINNABAR, CINNABARIS] : N red pigment/dragon's blood; resin of tree pterocarpus draco; (not hgs/cinnabar);

[CINNABARIS, CINNABARIS] : N red pigment/dragon's blood; resin of tree pterocarpus draco; (not hgs/cinnabar);

[CINNAMEUS, CINNAMEA, CINNAMEUM] : ADJ scented with/smelling of cinnamon; of/from cinnamon (l+s);

[CINNAMINUM, CINNAMINI] : N eye-salve made from cinnamon;

[CINNAMOLGOS, CINNAMOLGI] : N bird; (of aribia);

[CINNAMOMINUS, CINNAMOMINA, CINNAMOMINUM] : ADJ made from cinnamon; of/from cinnamon (l+s);

[CINNAMOMUM, CINNAMOMI] : N superior kind of cassis; cinnamon-like bark (cinnamonum cassia);

[CINNAMOMUM, CINNAMOMI] : N cinnamon; cinnamon (shrub/twigs); (applied to another aromatic oil);

[CINNAMOMUM] : -i, (neut.) cinnamon Ovid, Cassell

[CINNAMON, CINNAMI] : N cinnamon; cinnamon (shrub/twigs); (applied to another aromatic oil);

[CINNAMUM, CINNAMI] : N cinnamon; cinnamon (shrub/twigs); (applied to another aromatic oil);

[CINNAMUM] : -i, (neut.) cinnamon Ovid, Cassell

[CINNAMUS, CINNAMI] : N cinnamon; cinnamon (shrub/twigs); (applied to another aromatic oil);

[CINNUS, CINNI] : N kind of facial distortion or grimace;

[CINNUS, CINNI] : N drink of mixed spelt-grain and wine;

[CINNUS] : a mixed drink; cocktail? p. 50

[CINOCARDAMON] : 'nasturtium' p. 50

[CINOCEFALION] : calf's-snout p. 50

[CINOPLASMUS] : facial paralysis; corruption for cynicus spasmus ? p. 50

[CINUS, CINERIS] : N ashes; embers, spent love/hate; ruin, destruction; the grave/dead, cremation;

[CINYPHES, CINYPHIS] : N kind of stinging insect; very small flies, gnats;

[CINYRA, CINYRAE] : N lyre, ten-stringed instrument;

[CIO, CIRE,] : V move; shake; rouse, stir/call up; disturb; provoke; invoke; produce; discharge;

[CIPHUS, CIPHI] : N bowl, goblet, cup; communion cup;

[CIPPUS, CIPPI] : N tree stump; stocks/fetter/prison; bulwark of sharpened stakes (pl.) (l+s);

[CIPPUS, CIPPI] : N boundary stone/post/pillar; tombstone (usu. indicating extent of cemetery);

[CIPRUS, CIPRA, CIPRUM] : ADJ good; (sabine for bonus);

[CIPUS, CIPI] : N bowl, goblet, cup; communion cup;

[CIPUS, CIPI] : N boundary stone/post/pillar; tombstone (usu. indicating extent of cemetery;

[CIRCA] : ADV around, all around; round about; near, in the vicinity/company; on either side;

[CIRCA] : PREP around, on the bounds of; about/near (space/time/numeral); concerning; with;

[CIRCAEA, CIRCAEAE] : N plant; (vincetoxicum nigrum?); (used as a charm l+s);

[CIRCAEON, CIRCAEI] : N plant, mandrake; (alternative name for mandragoras);

[CIRCAEUM, CIRCAEI] : N plant, mandrake; (alternative name for mandragoras);

[CIRCAMOERIUM, CIRCAMOERII] : N open space round town; (livy coined for pomoerium/open space round town wall);

[CIRCANEA, CIRCANEAE] : N bird; (named from its circular flight);

[CIRCELLUS, CIRCELLI] : N small ring;

[CIRCEN, CIRCINIS] : N circle; circular course; (w/solis => a year); (poetic);

[CIRCENSIS, CIRCENSIS] : N games in the circus (pl.); games/exercises of wrestling, running, fighting;

[CIRCENSIS, CIRCENSIS, CIRCENSE] : ADJ of the circus; associated with games in the circus; used at the circus;

[CIRCES, CIRCITIS] : N circle, ring; circuit, circumference of the circus;

[CIRCIENSIS, CIRCIENSIS, CIRCIENSE] : ADJ of the circus; associated with games in the circus; used at the circus;

[CIRCIENSIS, CIRCIENSIS] : N games in the circus (pl.); games/exercises of wrestling, running, fighting;

[CIRCINATIO, CIRCINATIONIS] : N circular line/form; circular motion, revolution; circle, circumference (l+s);

[CIRCINATUS, CIRCINATA, CIRCINATUM] : ADJ rounded, circular;

[CIRCINO, CIRCINARE, CIRCINAVI, CIRCINATUS] : V bend/make circular/round; traverse circular course, wheel through; take round;

[CIRCINUS, CIRCINI] : N pair of compasses; circular line/arc; (ad ~um => in a circle/arc, circularly);

[CIRCITER] : ADV nearly, not far from, almost, approximately, around, about;

[CIRCITER] : PREP about, around, near (space/time/numeral); towards;

[CIRCITO, CIRCITARE, CIRCITAVI, CIRCITATUS] : V go round as a hawker/peddler/solicitor; frequent, be busy (l+s);

[CIRCITOR, CIRCITORIS] : N person who goes round; patrol/watchman, overseer/inspector; hawker, peddler;

[CIRCITORUS, CIRCITORIA, CIRCITORIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to patrols;

[CIRCIUS, CIRCII] : N wind between north and west; wnw wind (l+s); (in gallia narbonensis);

[CIRCLUS, CIRCLI] : N circle; orbit, zone; ring, hoop; belt, collar; company; cycle; circumference;

[CIRCO, CIRCARE, CIRCAVI, CIRCATUS] : V traverse; go about (l+s); wander through;

[CIRCOS, CIRCI] : N precious stone;

[CIRCUAGO, CIRCUAGERE, CIRCUEGI, CIRCUACTUS] : V drive/lead around; turn (around); wheel, revolve; upset; change opinions, sway;

[CIRCUEO, CIRCUIRE, CIRCUIVI(II), CIRCUITUS] : V encircle, surround; border; skirt; circulate/wander through; go/measure round;

[CIRCUITIO, CIRCUITIONIS] : N rotation, revolution; rate of revolution; orbit; circumference; circumlocution;

[CIRCUITIO, CIRCUITIONIS] : N going round; patrol, rounds, visiting posts; passage/structure round (building)

[CIRCUITOR, CIRCUITORIS] : N person who goes round; patrol/watchman, overseer/inspector; hawker, peddler;

[CIRCUITUS, CIRCUITUS] : N revolution, spinning, rotation; (recurring) cycle; period; circumlocution;

[CIRCUITUS, CIRCUITUS] : N going round; patrol/circuit; way/path round; circumference; outer surface/edge;

[CIRCULARIS, CIRCULARIS, CIRCULARE] : ADJ circular, round;

[CIRCULATIM] : ADV in circles, in groups/companies; in a circle;

[CIRCULATIO, CIRCULATIONIS] : N circular course, revolution;

[CIRCULATOR, CIRCULATORIS] : N itinerant performer/vendor; (who gathers impromptu groups round him);

[CIRCULATORIUS, CIRCULATORIA, CIRCULATORIUM] : ADJ of/characteristic of circulator (itinerate performer/peddler, mountebank/quack);

[CIRCULATRIX, CIRCULATRICIS] : N female itinerant performer/peddler/stroller; (gather impromptu group round her);

[CIRCULO, CIRCULARE, CIRCULAVI, CIRCULATUS] : V make circular/round/curved; encircle, encompass (l+s);

[CIRCULOR, CIRCULARI, -, CIRCULATUS SUM] : V form groups/circles round oneself; (for impromptu speech/giving performance);

[CIRCULUS, CIRCULI] : N circle; orbit, zone; ring, hoop; belt, collar; company; cycle; circumference;

[CIRCUM] : ADV about, around; round about, near; in a circle; in attendance; on both sides;

[CIRCUM] : PREP around, about, among, near (space/time), in neighborhood of; in circle around;

[CIRCUMACTIO, CIRCUMACTIONIS] : N driving round in a circle, rotation; rounding off, act of making symmetrical;

[CIRCUMACTUS, CIRCUMACTUS] : N rotation, revolution; encircling, encirclement; turning around/in circle/back;

[CIRCUMACTUS, CIRCUMACTA, CIRCUMACTUM] : ADJ bent around/in a curve; curved;

[CIRCUMAEDIFICO, CIRCUMAEDIFICARE, CIRCUMAEDIFICAVI, CIRCUMAEDIFICATUS] : V build round about; (vulgate lamentations 3] : 7);

[CIRCUMAGGERO, CIRCUMAGGERARE, CIRCUMAGGERAVI, CIRCUMAGGERATUS] : V pile (earth) round about; surround (with heaped earth);

[CIRCUMAGO, CIRCUMAGERE, CIRCUMEGI, CIRCUMACTUS] : V drive/lead around; turn (around); wheel, revolve; upset; change opinions, sway;

[CIRCUMAMBULO, CIRCUMAMBULARE, CIRCUMAMBULAVI, CIRCUMAMBULATUS] : V walk around/over;

[CIRCUMAMICTUS, CIRCUMAMICTA, CIRCUMAMICTUM] : ADJ enveloped, invested, surrounded, besieged;

[CIRCUMARO, CIRCUMARARE, CIRCUMARAVI, CIRCUMARATUS] : V plow around, surround with a furrow;

[CIRCUMASPICIO, CIRCUMASPICERE,] : V look around; consider;

[CIRCUMCAEDO, CIRCUMCAEDERE, CIRCUMCAEDI, CIRCUMCAESUS] : V cut/make incision around, ring; clip; circumcise; cut out; remove; diminish;

[CIRCUMCAESURA, CIRCUMCAESURAE] : N surface outline, external contour;

[CIRCUMCALCO, CIRCUMCALCARE, CIRCUMCALCAVI, CIRCUMCALCATUS] : V tread/trample earth (down around);

[CIRCUMCIDANEUS, CIRCUMCIDANEA, CIRCUMCIDANEUM] : ADJ must from second pressing of grapes after projecting mass is cut and put back;

[CIRCUMCIDO, CIRCUMCIDERE, CIRCUMCIDI, CIRCUMCISUS] : V cut/make incision around, ring; clip; circumcise; cut out; remove; diminish;

[CIRCUMCINGO, CIRCUMCINGERE, CIRCUMCINXI, CIRCUMCINCTUS] : V surround, enclose; lie around, be round; surround/encircle (with);

[CIRCUMCIRCA] : ADV round about, on all sides; round about the body; (strengthened circum);

[CIRCUMCIRCO, CIRCUMCIRCARE, CIRCUMCIRCAVI, CIRCUMCIRCATUS] : V encircle, surround; border; skirt; circulate/wander through; go/measure round;

[CIRCUMCISE] : ADV concisely; briefly;

[CIRCUMCISICIUS, CIRCUMCISICIA, CIRCUMCISICIUM] : ADJ must/juice of second press of grapes after projecting mass is cut and put back;

[CIRCUMCISIO, CIRCUMCISIONIS] : N cutting around (physical/moral); circumcision;

[CIRCUMCISITIUS, CIRCUMCISITIA, CIRCUMCISITIUM] : ADJ must/juice of second press of grapes after projecting mass is cut and put back;

[CIRCUMCISORIUM, CIRCUMCISORII] : N instrument for cutting around; (ringing bark on a tree?); (for circumcision?);

[CIRCUMCISURA, CIRCUMCISURAE] : N cutting round/ringing (bark of trees);

[CIRCUMCISUS, CIRCUMCISA, CIRCUMCISUM] : ADJ sheer on all sides, cut off; limited; short, brief, pruned of excess, abridged;

[CIRCUMCLAMO, CIRCUMCLAMARE, CIRCUMCLAMAVI, CIRCUMCLAMATUS] : V roar around (waves/surf);

[CIRCUMCLAUDO, CIRCUMCLAUDERE, CIRCUMCLAUSI, CIRCUMCLAUSUS] : V surround; encircle/enclose/build round (w/structure); hedge/shut in, circumvent;

[CIRCUMCLUDO, CIRCUMCLUDERE, CIRCUMCLUSI, CIRCUMCLUSUS] : V surround; encircle/enclose/build round (w/structure); hedge/shut in, circumvent;

[CIRCUMCOLA, CIRCUMCOLAE] : N people/tribe dwelling around/nearby/in the vicinity; the locals;

[CIRCUMCOLO, CIRCUMCOLERE,] : V dwell round about/around/nearby/in the vicinity of;

[CIRCUMCORDIALIS, CIRCUMCORDIALIS, CIRCUMCORDIALE] : ADJ around the heart, heart-; (e.g.blood);

[CIRCUMCTIPO, CIRCUMCTIPARE, CIRCUMCTIPAVI, CIRCUMCTIPATUS] : V surround, accompany, attend;

[CIRCUMCULCO, CIRCUMCULCARE, CIRCUMCULCAVI, CIRCUMCULCATUS] : V tread/trample earth (down around);

[CIRCUMCUMULO, CIRCUMCUMULARE, CIRCUMCUMULAVI, CIRCUMCUMULATUS] : V heap/pile up around;

[CIRCUMCURRENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMCURRENTIS] : ADJ that encircles/bounds (figure), surrounding/bounding/bordering, running around;

[CIRCUMCURRO, CIRCUMCURRERE, CIRCUMCURRI, CIRCUMCURSUS] : V run/extend round/about the periphery (of structures);

[CIRCUMCURSIO, CIRCUMCURSIONIS] : N running about/round;

[CIRCUMCURSO, CIRCUMCURSARE, CIRCUMCURSAVI, CIRCUMCURSATUS] : V run about; run round (of person); run about (of things), revolve;

[CIRCUMDATIO, CIRCUMDATIONIS] : N putting/placing around;

[CIRCUMDATUS, CIRCUMDATI] : N the surrounding soldiers/men (pl.); those around;

[CIRCUMDO, CIRCUMDARE, CIRCUMDEDI, CIRCUMDATUS] : V surround; envelop, post/put/place/build around; enclose; beset; pass around;

[CIRCUMDOLEO, CIRCUMDOLERE, CIRCUMDOLUI, CIRCUMDOLITUS] : V suffer on every side;

[CIRCUMDOLO, CIRCUMDOLARE, CIRCUMDOLAVI, CIRCUMDOLATUS] : V chop around with an ax; hew off around (l+s);

[CIRCUMDUCO, CIRCUMDUCERE, CIRCUMDUXI, CIRCUMDUCTUS] : V lead out of the way/round about; cheat, mislead, trick out of; take/go around;

[CIRCUMDUCO, CIRCUMDUCERE, CIRCUMDUXI, CIRCUMDUCTUS] : V lead/wheel/draw a line/ring around/in a circle; prolong (sound); build around;

[CIRCUMDUCTIO, CIRCUMDUCTIONIS] : N circuit, perimeter; indirect course; cheating/trick; complete sentence, period;

[CIRCUMDUCTOR, CIRCUMDUCTORIS] : N one who leads about/converts (another);

[CIRCUMDUCTUM, CIRCUMDUCTI] : N period (rhetoric), complete sentence/thought, expansion of a thought;

[CIRCUMDUCTUS, CIRCUMDUCTA, CIRCUMDUCTUM] : ADJ long-drawn-out, extended;

[CIRCUMDUCTUS, CIRCUMDUCTUS] : N perimeter, circumference, measurement around; motion in a circle, revolution;

[CIRCUMEO, CIRCUMIRE, CIRCUMIVI(II), CIRCUMITUS] : V encircle, surround; border; skirt; circulate/wander through; go/measure round;

[CIRCUMEQUITO, CIRCUMEQUITARE, CIRCUMEQUITAVI, CIRCUMEQUITATUS] : V ride around;

[CIRCUMERRO, CIRCUMERRARE, CIRCUMERRAVI, CIRCUMERRATUS] : V wander/prowl/meander/stroll/hover around; orbit, go around in orbit (planet);

[CIRCUMFARCIO, CIRCUMFARCIRE, CIRCUMFARSI, CIRCUMFARTUS] : V pack/stuff/cram round (with);

[CIRCUMFERENTIA, CIRCUMFERENTIAE] : N circumference;

[CIRCUMFERO, CIRCUMFERRE, CIRCUMTULI, CIRCUMLATUS] : V carry/hand/pass/spread/move/take/cast around (in a circle); publicize; divulge;

[CIRCUMFIGO, CIRCUMFIGERE, CIRCUMFIXI, CIRCUMFIXUS] : V fix/fasten/secure all around;

[CIRCUMFINGO, CIRCUMFINGERE, CIRCUMFINXI, CIRCUMFICTUS] : V form around;

[CIRCUMFINIO, CIRCUMFINIRE, CIRCUMFINIVI, CIRCUMFINITUS] : V complete a circle; bring to an end;

[CIRCUMFIRMO, CIRCUMFIRMARE, CIRCUMFIRMAVI, CIRCUMFIRMATUS] : V fasten round;

[CIRCUMFLAGRO, CIRCUMFLAGRARE, CIRCUMFLAGRAVI, CIRCUMFLAGRATUS] : V blaze/scorch all around;

[CIRCUMFLECTO, CIRCUMFLECTERE, CIRCUMFLEXI, CIRCUMFLEXUS] : V bend/turn (course) around (pivot/turning point); prolong/circumflex (a vowel);

[CIRCUMFLEXE] : ADV with circumflex/prolonged sound;

[CIRCUMFLEXIBILIS, CIRCUMFLEXIBILIS, CIRCUMFLEXIBILE] : ADJ provided with a circumflex/prolonged accent;

[CIRCUMFLEXIO, CIRCUMFLEXIONIS] : N bending/winding/coiling around;

[CIRCUMFLEXUS, CIRCUMFLEXUS] : N action of bending around; rounded form, vault; winding (l+s) circuit;

[CIRCUMFLO, CIRCUMFLARE, CIRCUMFLAVI, CIRCUMFLATUS] : V blow around; blow on/assail from all sides; veer around (wind);

[CIRCUMFLUO, CIRCUMFLUERE, CIRCULFLUXI, CIRCULFLUXUS] : V flow/crowd/flock around; overflow; have/be in abundance, be rich/well supplied;

[CIRCUMFLUUS, CIRCUMFLUA, CIRCUMFLUUM] : ADJ flowing/flowed around; encircled/surrounded/skirted by (water); immersed;

[CIRCUMFODIO, CIRCUMFODERE, CIRCUMFODI, CIRCUMFOSSUS] : V dig around, ease the earth around (plants); surround (trees) with a trench;

[CIRCUMFORANEUS, CIRCUMFORANEA, CIRCUMFORANEUM] : ADJ itinerant, that travels to market; of/connected with business of/around forum;

[CIRCUMFORANUS, CIRCUMFORANA, CIRCUMFORANUM] : ADJ itinerant, that travels to market; connected with the business of the forum;

[CIRCUMFORATUS, CIRCUMFORATA, CIRCUMFORATUM] : ADJ bored/pierced round;

[CIRCUMFORO, CIRCUMFORARE, CIRCUMFORAVI, CIRCUMFORATUS] : V pierce with holes round about;

[CIRCUMFOSSOR, CIRCUMFOSSORIS] : N one who digs around (plants/something);

[CIRCUMFOSSURA, CIRCUMFOSSURAE] : N digging around; (plants/trees);

[CIRCUMFRACTUS, CIRCUMFRACTA, CIRCUMFRACTUM] : ADJ broken (off) around; precipitous;

[CIRCUMFREMO, CIRCUMFREMERE, CIRCUMFREMUI, CIRCUMFREMITUS] : V roar/growl/utter cries of anger/protest/make a noise round;

[CIRCUMFRICO, CIRCUMFRICARE, CIRCUMFRICUI, CIRCUMFRICATUS] : V rub/brush round about; scour;

[CIRCUMFRICO, CIRCUMFRICARE, CIRCUMFRICUI, CIRCUMFRICTUS] : V rub/brush round about; scour;

[CIRCUMFULCIO, CIRCUMFULCIRE, CIRCUMFULSI, CIRCUMFULTUS] : V support/hold up around;

[CIRCUMFULGEO, CIRCUMFULGERE, CIRCUMFULSI] : V shine/glow round about;

[CIRCUMFUNDO, CIRCUMFUNDERE, CIRCUMFUNDI, CIRCUMFUSUS] : V pour/drape/crowd around; cause (water) to go round/part; surround; distribute;

[CIRCUMFUSIO, CIRCUMFUSIONIS] : N pouring around;

[CIRCUMFUSUS, CIRCUMFUSA, CIRCUMFUSUM] : ADJ surrounded; draped around; distributed; extra, superfluous;

[CIRCUMGARRIENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMGARRIENTIS] : ADJ babbling, babbling about;

[CIRCUMGELO, CIRCUMGELARE, CIRCUMGELAVI, CIRCUMGELATUS] : V freeze/harden round/all around;

[CIRCUMGEMO, CIRCUMGEMERE, CIRCUMGEMUI, CIRCUMGEMITUS] : V roar/moan/groan around;

[CIRCUMGESTATOR, CIRCUMGESTATORIS] : N one who bears/carries round;

[CIRCUMGESTO, CIRCUMGESTARE, CIRCUMGESTAVI, CIRCUMGESTATUS] : V carry/bear about/around;

[CIRCUMGLOBATUS, CIRCUMGLOBATA, CIRCUMGLOBATUM] : ADJ rolled together; formed in a ball; clustered;

[CIRCUMGLOBO, CIRCUMGLOBARE, CIRCUMGLOBAVI, CIRCUMGLOBATUS] : V form a ball/cluster/sphere (around something);

[CIRCUMGREDIOR, CIRCUMGREDI, -, CIRCUMGRESSUS SUM] : V go round behind by a flanking movement; walk/travel about (in hostile manner);

[CIRCUMGRESSUS, CIRCUMGRESSUS] : N going about; compass/circuit/scope (of a thing);

[CIRCUMHISCO, CIRCUMHISCERE,] : V stare at with open/gaping mouth;

[CIRCUMHUMATUS, CIRCUMHUMATA, CIRCUMHUMATUM] : ADJ buried around;

[CIRCUMICIO, CIRCUMICERE, CIRCUMJECI, CIRCUMJECTUS] : V cast/throw or place/put/build around; put on the flank of; encompass/envelop;

[CIRCUMINICIO, CIRCUMINICERE, CIRCUMINJECI, CIRCUMINJECTUS] : V throw up all around;

[CIRCUMINJICIO, CIRCUMINJICERE, CIRCUMINJECI, CIRCUMINJECTUS] : V throw up all around;

[CIRCUMINVOLVO, CIRCUMINVOLVERE, CIRCUMINVOLVI, CIRCUMINVOLUTUS] : V involve/cover all around, enclose, envelop;

[CIRCUMIO, CIRCUMERE,] : V encircle, surround; border; skirt; circulate/wander through; go/measure round;

[CIRCUMITIO, CIRCUMITIONIS] : N going round; patrol, the rounds; passage/structure around (a building);

[CIRCUMITIO, CIRCUMITIONIS] : N rotation, revolution; rate of revolution; orbit; circumference; circumlocution;

[CIRCUMITOR, CIRCUMITORIS] : N watchman, patrol; one making the rounds/circuit;

[CIRCUMITUS, CIRCUMITUS] : N revolution, spinning, rotation; (recurring) cycle; period; circumlocution;

[CIRCUMITUS, CIRCUMITUS] : N going round; patrol/circuit; way/path round; circumference; outer surface/edge;

[CIRCUMJACENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMJACENTIS] : ADJ situated in the neighborhood, lying round about; situated round (in a sentence);

[CIRCUMJACENS, CIRCUMJACENTIS] : N neighboring/nearby things/words (pl.), words situated around/about (in sentence)

[CIRCUMJACENTIUM, CIRCUMJACENTII] : N context (pl.), things/material around;

[CIRCUMJACEO, CIRCUMJACERE,] : V lie near/around; (places/persons/objects); border upon (l+s);

[CIRCUMJACEO, CIRCUMJACERE, CIRCUMJACUI, CIRCUMJACITUS] : V lie near/round about, border on; (of persons, places, objects);

[CIRCUMJECTIO, CIRCUMJECTIONIS] : N throwing around, casting about; putting on/donning (clothing), dressing;

[CIRCUMJECTUM, CIRCUMJECTI] : N neighborhood (pl.), surroundings;

[CIRCUMJECTUS, CIRCUMJECTUS] : N encircling/surrounding/encompassing/embrace; lying/casting around; wrap, cloak;

[CIRCUMJECTUS, CIRCUMJECTA, CIRCUMJECTUM] : ADJ surrounding, lying/situated around; enveloping, surrounding;

[CIRCUMJICIO, CIRCUMJICERE, CIRCUMJECI, CIRCUMJECTUS] : V cast/throw or place/put/build around; put on the flank of; encompass/envelop;

[CIRCUMLABENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMLABENTIS] : ADJ gliding/sliding around;

[CIRCUMLAMBO, CIRCUMLAMBERE, CIRCUMLAMBI] : V lick around;

[CIRCUMLAQUEO, CIRCUMLAQUEARE, CIRCUMLAQUEAVI, CIRCUMLAQUEATUS] : V wind around; (like a noose);

[CIRCUMLATICIUS, CIRCUMLATICIA, CIRCUMLATICIUM] : ADJ portable, that may be carried around;

[CIRCUMLATIO, CIRCUMLATIONIS] : N revolution, circuit; a carrying around (l+s);

[CIRCUMLATITIUS, CIRCUMLATITIA, CIRCUMLATITIUM] : ADJ portable, that may be carried around;

[CIRCUMLATOR, CIRCUMLATORIS] : N one who carries around/about;

[CIRCUMLATRO, CIRCUMLATRARE, CIRCUMLATRAVI, CIRCUMLATRATUS] : V bark round about; roar around (l+s);

[CIRCUMLAVO, CIRCUMLAVERE, -, CIRCUMLOTUS] : V wash round about/around, wash the side of; flow all around (waters) (l+s);

[CIRCUMLAVO, CIRCUMLAVARE, CIRCUMLAVI, CIRCUMLAUTUS] : V wash round about/around, wash the side of; flow all around (waters) (l+s);

[CIRCUMLEGO, CIRCUMLEGARE, CIRCUMLEGI, CIRCUMLECTUS] : V sail round; compassing by the shore (vulgate acts 28] : 13);

[CIRCUMLEVO, CIRCUMLEVARE, CIRCUMLEVAVI, CIRCUMLEVATUS] : V raise up all around;

[CIRCUMLIGO, CIRCUMLIGARE, CIRCUMLIGAVI, CIRCUMLIGATUS] : V bind around/to; encircle, surround; attach, fasten; pass/wrap around, bandage;

[CIRCUMLINIO, CIRCUMLINIRE,] : V smear/anoint all over (with); decorate, daub/paint around, paint background;

[CIRCUMLINO, CIRCUMLINERE, CIRCUMLEVI, CIRCUMLITUS] : V smear/anoint all over (with); decorate, daub/paint around, paint background;

[CIRCUMLITIO, CIRCUMLITIONIS] : N anointing round about/over; coating/smearing/covering/painting (w/paint/like);

[CIRCUMLITIO, CIRCUMLITIONIS] : N overlaying of color (painting); tint/hue given to marble by rubbing w/oil/wax;

[CIRCUMLOCUTIO, CIRCUMLOCUTIONIS] : N circumlocution, periphrasis;

[CIRCUMLOQUOR, CIRCUMLOQUI, -, CIRCUMLOCUTUS SUM] : V make use of circumlocution/periphrasis;

[CIRCUMLUCENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMLUCENTIS] : ADJ shining/glittering around;

[CIRCUMLUCEO, CIRCUMLUCERE, CIRCUMLUXI] : V shine round, illuminate;

[CIRCUMLUO, CIRCUMLUERE, CIRCUMLUI, CIRCUMLUTUS] : V wash or flow around; skirt; surround; wash upon (l+s);

[CIRCUMLUSTRO, CIRCUMLUSTRARE, CIRCUMLUSTRAVI, CIRCUMLUSTRATUS] : V traverse (in circular course), pace around; go around (in purifying ceremony);

[CIRCUMLUVIO, CIRCUMLUVIONIS] : N formation of alluvial land (in middle of river); land so formed; right to it;

[CIRCUMLUVIUM, CIRCUMLUVII] : N formation of alluvial land (in middle of river); land so formed; right to it;

[CIRCUMMEO, CIRCUMMEARE, CIRCUMMEAVI, CIRCUMMEATUS] : V go/travel/pass around;

[CIRCUMMETIO, CIRCUMMETIRE, -, CIRCUMMENSUS] : V measure round about;

[CIRCUMMINGO, CIRCUMMINGERE, CIRCUMMIXI, CIRCUMMIXTUS] : V urinate/make water round/over (something);

[CIRCUMMITTO, CIRCUMMITTERE, CIRCUMMISI, CIRCUMMISSUS] : V send around/to different parts (embassies/missions); send round, flank;

[CIRCUMMOENIO, CIRCUMMOENIRE, CIRCUMMOENIVI, CIRCUMMOENITUS] : V invest with walls/siege works; wall/hem in, secure; fence around; fortify;

[CIRCUMMUGIO, CIRCUMMUGIRE, CIRCUMMUGIVI, CIRCUMMUGITUS] : V moo/low/bellow round;

[CIRCUMMULCENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMMULCENTIS] : ADJ licking gently around;

[CIRCUMMULCEO, CIRCUMMULCERE, CIRCUMMULSI, CIRCUMMULSUS] : V lick round, caress (with the tongue);

[CIRCUMMUNIO, CIRCUMMUNIRE, CIRCUMMUNIVI, CIRCUMMUNITUS] : V invest with walls/siege works; wall/hem in, secure; fence around; fortify;

[CIRCUMMUNTIO, CIRCUMMUNTIONIS] : N surrounding with walls or siege works; investing a town;

[CIRCUMMURANUS, CIRCUMMURANA, CIRCUMMURANUM] : ADJ around the walls; with the neighboring nations;

[CIRCUMNASCENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMNASCENTIS] : ADJ growing up/being raised/springing forth around;

[CIRCUMNAVIGO, CIRCUMNAVIGARE, CIRCUMNAVIGAVI, CIRCUMNAVIGATUS] : V sail around; circumnavigate;

[CIRCUMNECTO, CIRCUMNECTERE, CIRCUMNEXUI, CIRCUMNEXUS] : V wrap/bind around; surround, envelop;

[CIRCUMNO, CIRCUMNARE, CIRCUMNAVI] : V swim around;

[CIRCUMNOTO, CIRCUMNOTARE, CIRCUMNOTAVI, CIRCUMNOTATUS] : V draw/paint around;

[CIRCUMOBRUO, CIRCUMOBRUERE, CIRCUMOBRUI, CIRCUMOBRUTUS] : V heap up earth around; cover/wrap around (l+s);

[CIRCUMORNATUS, CIRCUMORNATA, CIRCUMORNATUM] : ADJ ornamented round about/all around;

[CIRCUMPADANUS, CIRCUMPADANA, CIRCUMPADANUM] : ADJ lying/found/situated beside the po river;

[CIRCUMPAVIO, CIRCUMPAVIRE, CIRCUMPAVIVI, CIRCUMPAVITUS] : V beat down hard all around;

[CIRCUMPAVITUS, CIRCUMPAVITA, CIRCUMPAVITUM] : ADJ beaten/trodden close around;

[CIRCUMPENDEO, CIRCUMPENDERE, CIRCUMPENDI] : V hang around, be suspended all around;

[CIRCUMPES, CIRCUMPEDIS] : N that is around the foot; kind of parasite (of the foot?); covering for the foot;

[CIRCUMPLAUDO, CIRCUMPLAUDERE, CIRCUMPLAUSI, CIRCUMPLAUSUS] : V surround with applause, applaud/greet/clap all around;

[CIRCUMPLECTO, CIRCUMPLECTERE, CIRCUMPLEXI, CIRCUMPLEXUS] : V encompass; embrace/clasp; surround/encircle; enclose (w/wall); cover roundabout;

[CIRCUMPLECTOR, CIRCUMPLECTI, -, CIRCUMPLEXUS SUM] : V encompass; embrace; surround, encircle; enclose (w/wall); cover round about;

[CIRCUMPLEXUS, CIRCUMPLEXUS] : N coiling around, encircling, embracing; latitudinal zone/band (of sky);

[CIRCUMPLICO, CIRCUMPLICARE, CIRCUMPLICAVI, CIRCUMPLICATUS] : V coil round (like a snake); wind (a strip) around; twine/bend around;

[CIRCUMPLUMBO, CIRCUMPLUMBARE, CIRCUMPLUMBAVI, CIRCUMPLUMBATUS] : V coat (all over) with lead; pour lead all around (l+s);

[CIRCUMPONO, CIRCUMPONERE, CIRCUMPOSUI, CIRCUMPOSITUS] : V put/set/place (all) around/on either side of; confer (souter);

[CIRCUMPOSITIO, CIRCUMPOSITIONIS] : N setting/placing around;

[CIRCUMPOSITUS, CIRCUMPOSITA, CIRCUMPOSITUM] : ADJ situated around, surrounding;

[CIRCUMPOTATIO, CIRCUMPOTATIONIS] : N passing round, practice of drinking around by passing a cup round the company;

[CIRCUMPULSO, CIRCUMPULSARE, CIRCUMPULSAVI, CIRCUMPULSATUS] : V assail/beat/pulsate from every side; (with noise, etc);

[CIRCUMPUNGO, CIRCUMPUNGERE, CIRCUMPUNGI, CIRCUMPUNCUS] : V prick/puncture all round;

[CIRCUMPURGO, CIRCUMPURGARE, CIRCUMPURGAVI, CIRCUMPURGATUS] : V clear/clean/purify/free from adhesions all around/round about;

[CIRCUMPUTO, CIRCUMPUTARE, CIRCUMPUTAVI, CIRCUMPUTATUS] : V measure around;

[CIRCUMQUAQUE] : ADV on every side; all around;

[CIRCUMRADO, CIRCUMRADERE, CIRCUMRASI, CIRCUMRASUS] : V scrape/shave/pare around;

[CIRCUMRASIO, CIRCUMRASIONIS] : N action of scraping round the surface (of); scraping/paring around;

[CIRCUMREFERO, CIRCUMREFERRE, CIRCUMRETULI, CIRCUMRELATUS] : V bring/tell round again;

[CIRCUMRETIO, CIRCUMRETIRE, CIRCUMRETIVI, CIRCUMRETITUS] : V encircle with a net; ensnare;

[CIRCUMRODO, CIRCUMRODERE, CIRCUMROSI, CIRCUMROSUS] : V nibble/gnaw/talk all round, eat off the outer part of; speak about; slander;

[CIRCUMRORO, CIRCUMRORARE, CIRCUMRORAVI, CIRCUMRORATUS] : V sprinkle (water) over/round;

[CIRCUMROTO, CIRCUMROTARE, CIRCUMROTAVI, CIRCUMROTATUS] : V cause to revolve/rotate; turn/whirl around; turn around in a circle;

[CIRCUMSAEPIO, CIRCUMSAEPERE, CIRCUMSAEPSI, CIRCUMSAEPTUS] : V fence/hedge round/in, enclose, surround;

[CIRCUMSAEPTUS, CIRCUMSAEPTA, CIRCUMSAEPTUM] : ADJ fenced/hedged in, enclosed, walled in; surrounded, encircled;

[CIRCUMSALTO, CIRCUMSALTARE, CIRCUMSALTAVI, CIRCUMSALTATUS] : V dance around (chorus); jump around;

[CIRCUMSCALPO, CIRCUMSCALPERE, CIRCUMSCALPSI, CIRCUMSCALPTUS] : V scrape/scratch around/about;

[CIRCUMSCARIPHICO, CIRCUMSCARIPHICARE, CIRCUMSCARIPHICAVI, CIRCUMSCARIPHICATUS] : V scrape/scratch around/about; scarify around (l+s);

[CIRCUMSCARIPHO, CIRCUMSCARIPHARE, CIRCUMSCARIPHAVI, CIRCUMSCARIPHATUS] : V scrape/scratch around/about; scarify around (l+s);

[CIRCUMSCINDO, CIRCUMSCINDERE, CIRCUMSCINDI, CIRCUMSCISSUS] : V tear/rip/strip (all around) (the clothes of);

[CIRCUMSCRIBO, CIRCUMSCRIBERE, CIRCUMSCRIPI, CIRCUMSCRIPTUS] : V draw a line/circle around; circumscribe; hem in, confine, restrict; rule out;

[CIRCUMSCRIBO, CIRCUMSCRIBERE, CIRCUMSCRIPI, CIRCUMSCRIPTUS] : V abridge, write concise form/well-turned phrase; cheat, impose on; circumvent;

[CIRCUMSCRIPTE] : ADV concisely, succinctly; summarily; in periods/periodic style;

[CIRCUMSCRIPTIO, CIRCUMSCRIPTIONIS] : N circle, circumference; boundary; outline; cheating, fraud; periodic sentence;

[CIRCUMSCRIPTOR, CIRCUMSCRIPTORIS] : N cheat; defrauder, deceiver; he who makes void/annuls;

[CIRCUMSCRIPTORIE] : ADV by fraud/deceit;

[CIRCUMSCRIPTUS, CIRCUMSCRIPTA -UM, CIRCUMSCRIPTIOR -OR -US, CIRCUMSCRIPTISSIMUS -A -] : ADJ concisely expressed, succinct; compressed; rounded-off into periods, periodic;

[CIRCUMSECO, CIRCUMSECARE, CIRCUMSECAVI, CIRCUMSECATUS] : V cut/clip/pare round; circumcise;

[CIRCUMSECUS] : ADV round about, around, round; in the parts/region around; on every side;

[CIRCUMSEDEO, CIRCUMSEDERE, CIRCUMSEDI, CIRCUMSESSUS] : V besiege/invest/blockade; surround, mob (person), beset; sit/live/settle round;

[CIRCUMSEPARO, CIRCUMSEPARARE, CIRCUMSEPARAVI, CIRCUMSEPARATUS] : V separate around;

[CIRCUMSEPIO, CIRCUMSEPERE, CIRCUMSEPSI, CIRCUMSEPTUS] : V fence/hedge round/in, enclose, surround;

[CIRCUMSEPTUS, CIRCUMSEPTA, CIRCUMSEPTUM] : ADJ fenced/hedged in, enclosed, walled in; surrounded, encircled;

[CIRCUMSERO, CIRCUMSERERE, CIRCUMSEVI, CIRCUMSATUS] : V plant/sow/set round (something);

[CIRCUMSESSIO, CIRCUMSESSIONIS] : N surrounding, mobbing; besieging; hostile encompassing (l+s);

[CIRCUMSIDEO, CIRCUMSIDERE, CIRCUMSIDI, CIRCUMSISSUS] : V besiege/invest/blockade; surround, mob (person), beset; sit/live/settle round;

[CIRCUMSIDO, CIRCUMSIDERE, CIRCUMSIDI, CIRCUMSISSUS] : V besiege/invest/blockade; surround, mob (person), beset; sit/live/settle round;

[CIRCUMSIGNO, CIRCUMSIGNARE, CIRCUMSIGNAVI, CIRCUMSIGNATUS] : V mark/sign/seal round about;

[CIRCUMSILIO, CIRCUMSILIRE,] : V leap/spring/hop round;

[CIRCUMSISTO, CIRCUMSISTERE, CIRCUMSTITI, CIRCUMSTATUS] : V stand/gather/crowd/take a stand around; surround, beset; be on either side;

[CIRCUMSITUS, CIRCUMSITA, CIRCUMSITUM] : ADJ lying/situated around; neighboring;

[CIRCUMSOCIUS, CIRCUMSOCIA, CIRCUMSOCIUM] : ADJ neighborly, in friendly neighborhood;

[CIRCUMSONO, CIRCUMSONARE, CIRCUMSONAVI, CIRCUMSONATUS] : V resound on every side; echo round; surround/be filled (with noise/sound);

[CIRCUMSONUS, CIRCUMSONA, CIRCUMSONUM] : ADJ sounding/making a loud noise round about; filling/filled with sounds/noise;

[CIRCUMSPARGO, CIRCUMSPARGERE, CIRCUMSPARSI, CIRCUMSPARSUS] : V sprinkle/spray round about/around;

[CIRCUMSPECTATRIX, CIRCUMSPECTATRICIS] : N female spy, she who goes around/spies; she who goes round making eyes (at);

[CIRCUMSPECTE, CIRCUMSPECTIUS, CIRCUMSPECTISSIME] : ADV warily/cautiously/circumspectly; carefully/meticulously; w/mature deliberation;

[CIRCUMSPECTIO, CIRCUMSPECTIONIS] : N careful consideration; looking on all sides (l+s); foresight, caution;

[CIRCUMSPECTO, CIRCUMSPECTARE, CIRCUMSPECTAVI, CIRCUMSPECTATUS] : V look about (searchingly), search about; examine, watch (suspiciously), be alert;

[CIRCUMSPECTOR, CIRCUMSPECTORIS] : N watcher; watchman; spy; all seeing;

[CIRCUMSPECTUS, CIRCUMSPECTA -UM, CIRCUMSPECTIOR -OR -US, CIRCUMSPECTISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ worthy of consideration, respected; distinguished;

[CIRCUMSPECTUS, CIRCUMSPECTUS] : N survey/looking round/spying; visual examination; commanding view; contemplation;

[CIRCUMSPECTUS, CIRCUMSPECTA -UM, CIRCUMSPECTIOR -OR -US, CIRCUMSPECTISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ well considered, weighed with care, prudent; guarded/circumspect; cautious/wary;

[CIRCUMSPERGO, CIRCUMSPERGERE, CIRCUMSPERSI, CIRCUMSPERSUS] : V sprinkle/spray round about/around; strew/scatter round about/around (l+s);

[CIRCUMSPICIENTIA, CIRCUMSPICIENTIAE] : N caution, watchfulness; consideration, deliberation (l+s);

[CIRCUMSPICIO, CIRCUMSPICERE, CIRCUMSPEXI, CIRCUMSPECTUS] : V look around/over/for, survey; inspect; search for/seek; examine/review; ponder;

[CIRCUMSTAGNO, CIRCUMSTAGNARE, CIRCUMSTAGNAVI, CIRCUMSTAGNATUS] : V be poured forth all around;

[CIRCUMSTANS, CIRCUMSTANTIS] : N by-stander (usu. pl.);

[CIRCUMSTANTIA, CIRCUMSTANTIAE] : N encircling position/troop; closing of fluid round passing object; circumstance;

[CIRCUMSTATIO, CIRCUMSTATIONIS] : N circle/circular group (of people); a standing around (l+s);

[CIRCUMSTO, CIRCUMSTARE, CIRCUMSTETI, CIRCUMSTATUS] : V stand/gather/crowd around, surround, beset; be on either side;

[CIRCUMSTO] : to beset.

[CIRCUMSTREPO, CIRCUMSTREPERE, CIRCUMSTREPUI, CIRCUMSTREPITUS] : V make a noise around; surround with noise; shout/cry clamorously around (person);

[CIRCUMSTRIDENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMSTRIDENTIS] : ADJ shrieking/yelling//jabbering around;

[CIRCUMSTRINGO, CIRCUMSTRINGERE, CIRCUMSTRINXI, CIRCUMSTRICTUS] : V bind about, put on; tie around, surround, clothe with;

[CIRCUMSTRUO, CIRCUMSTRUERE, CIRCUMSTRUXI, CIRCUMSTRUCTUS] : V build round, surround with a structure (externally/internally);

[CIRCUMSTUPEO, CIRCUMSTUPERE, CIRCUMSTUPUI] : V hang sluggishly round; look around with amazement, stand around amazed (l+s);

[CIRCUMSUDO, CIRCUMSUDARE, CIRCUMSUDAVI, CIRCUMSUDATUS] : V sweat/be moist all around/on all sides;

[CIRCUMSURGO, CIRCUMSURGERE, CIRCUMSURREXI, CIRCUMSURRECTUS] : V rise/project all around;

[CIRCUMSUTUS, CIRCUMSUTA, CIRCUMSUTUM] : ADJ surrounded/enclosed in by means of sewing/stitching; sewed together all round;

[CIRCUMTECTUS, CIRCUMTECTA, CIRCUMTECTUM] : ADJ covered, clothed;

[CIRCUMTEGO, CIRCUMTEGERE, CIRCUMTEXI, CIRCUMTECTUS] : V cover round about;

[CIRCUMTENDO, CIRCUMTENDERE, CIRCUMTETENDI, CIRCUMTENTUS] : V cover/surround by stretching;

[CIRCUMTENEO, CIRCUMTENERE, CIRCUMTENUI, CIRCUMTENTUS] : V posses; keep/hold around;

[CIRCUMTENTUS, CIRCUMTENTA, CIRCUMTENTUM] : ADJ covered/bound with (something); that is stretched/drawn around; begirt;

[CIRCUMTERGEO, CIRCUMTERGERE, CIRCUMTERSI, CIRCUMTERSUS] : V wipe/rub round about/all around;

[CIRCUMTERMINO, CIRCUMTERMINARE, CIRCUMTERMINAVI, CIRCUMTERMINATUS] : V bound/limit round about/all around;

[CIRCUMTERO, CIRCUMTERERE, CIRCUMTRIVI, CIRCUMTRITUS] : V rub/press/stand close/crowd on all sides; wear/rub away all around;

[CIRCUMTEXTUM, CIRCUMTEXTI] : N garment inwoven with purple;

[CIRCUMTEXTUS, CIRCUMTEXTA, CIRCUMTEXTUM] : ADJ embroidered all around/round about; woven all around (l+s);

[CIRCUMTINNIO, CIRCUMTINNIRE, CIRCUMTINNIVI, CIRCUMTINNITUS] : V clash/ring/tinkle round about/all around;

[CIRCUMTOLLO, CIRCUMTOLLERE,] : V remove from every side; take/lift away all around;

[CIRCUMTONDEO, CIRCUMTONDERE, CIRCUMTOTONDI, CIRCUMTONSUS] : V cut/shear/clip all around (hair);

[CIRCUMTONO, CIRCUMTONARE, CIRCUMTONAVI, CIRCUMTONATUS] : V make a loud noise/clamor round; thunder round;

[CIRCUMTONSUS, CIRCUMTONSA, CIRCUMTONSUM] : ADJ having the hair cut/trimmed/shorn all around; elaborate, artificial (l+s);

[CIRCUMTORQUEO, CIRCUMTORQUERE, CIRCUMTOSI, CIRCUMTORTUS] : V pull/twist/turn/wind/bend/spin round;

[CIRCUMTREMO, CIRCUMTREMERE, CIRCUMTREMUI] : V shake/tremble all around;

[CIRCUMTUEOR, CIRCUMTUERI, -, CIRCUMTUTUS SUM] : V look around;

[CIRCUMTUMULATUS, CIRCUMTUMULATA, CIRCUMTUMULATUM] : ADJ piled up around;

[CIRCUMUNDIQUE] : ADV round about on all sides; from everywhere around;

[CIRCUMUSTUS, CIRCUMUSTA, CIRCUMUSTUM] : ADJ burnt round/around/on all sides;

[CIRCUMVADO, CIRCUMVADERE, CIRCUMVASI] : V form a ring round, surround, encompass, beset, attack/assail on every side;

[CIRCUMVAGOR, CIRCUMVAGARI, -, CIRCUMVAGATUS SUM] : V travel/wander/roam around/about; (person, sound, etc); encircle;

[CIRCUMVAGUS, CIRCUMVAGA, CIRCUMVAGUM] : ADJ moving/wandering round; encircling, flowing around;

[CIRCUMVALLO, CIRCUMVALLARE, CIRCUMVALLAVI, CIRCUMVALLATUS] : V surround with wall/siegeworks; blockade; beset, surround with troops/barriers;

[CIRCUMVECTIO, CIRCUMVECTIONIS] : N circular course, revolution; transport/carrying round (from place to place);

[CIRCUMVECTITOR, CIRCUMVECTITARI, -, CIRCUMVECTITATUS SUM] : V travel about; visit in succession;

[CIRCUMVECTO, CIRCUMVECTARE, -, CIRCUMVECTATUS] : V carry/transport round/from place to place; describe; sail/travel round;

[CIRCUMVECTOR, CIRCUMVECTARI, -, CIRCUMVECTATUS SUM] : V sail round; travel round;

[CIRCUMVEHOR, CIRCUMVEHI, -, CIRCUMVECTUS SUM] : V make the rounds of; travel/ride round/in succession/past; flow round (sea);

[CIRCUMVELO, CIRCUMVELARE, CIRCUMVELAVI, CIRCUMVELATUS] : V cover around, envelop;

[CIRCUMVENIO, CIRCUMVENIRE, CIRCUMVENI, CIRCUMVENTUS] : V encircle, surround; assail, beset; enclose; circumvent; defraud/trick; surpass;

[CIRCUMVENIO] : to beset, assail.

[CIRCUMVENIO] : to come around, surround, cheat, defraud.

[CIRCUMVENTIO, CIRCUMVENTIONIS] : N trickery, fraud, circumvention;

[CIRCUMVENTOR, CIRCUMVENTORIS] : N defrauder, deceiver, cheat;

[CIRCUMVENTORIUS, CIRCUMVENTORIA, CIRCUMVENTORIUM] : ADJ fraudulent, deceitful;

[CIRCUMVERRO, CIRCUMVERRERE, CIRCUMVERRI, CIRCUMVERSUS] : V sweep/clean/skim around/over;

[CIRCUMVERSIO, CIRCUMVERSIONIS] : N action of turning around/revolving, revolution;

[CIRCUMVERSOR, CIRCUMVERSARI, -, CIRCUMVERSATUS SUM] : V turn about repeatedly; spin/whirl about/around;

[CIRCUMVERSUS, CIRCUMVERSA, CIRCUMVERSUM] : ADJ rushed/swept around;

[CIRCUMVERTO, CIRCUMVERTERE, CIRCUMVERTI, CIRCUMVERSUS] : V free (a slave) by manumission; (pass) turn (oneself) round, revolve (round);

[CIRCUMVESTIO, CIRCUMVESTIRE, CIRCUMVESTIVI, CIRCUMVESTITUS] : V clothe, cover over, surround with a covering; wrap up (in words); cloak;

[CIRCUMVINCIO, CIRCUMVINCIRE, CIRCUMVINXI, CIRCUMVINCTUS] : V bind/fasten round;

[CIRCUMVISO, CIRCUMVISERE, CIRCUMVISI, CIRCUMVISUS] : V look round at; glare round upon;

[CIRCUMVOLITABILIS, CIRCUMVOLITABILIS, CIRCUMVOLITABILE] : ADJ flying around;

[CIRCUMVOLITO, CIRCUMVOLITARE, CIRCUMVOLITAVI, CIRCUMVOLITATUS] : V fly around/round about/over; (of horsemen/horses' hooves); frequent; flit;

[CIRCUMVOLO, CIRCUMVOLARE, CIRCUMVOLAVI, CIRCUMVOLATUS] : V fly/hover/flutter around; run/hasten/rush around;

[CIRCUMVOLUTOR, CIRCUMVOLUTARI, -, CIRCUMVOLUTATUS SUM] : V roll over;

[CIRCUMVOLVO, CIRCUMVOLVERE, CIRCUMVOLVI, CIRCUMVOLUTUS] : V roll/revolve round, twine/coil around; wind around (w/something);

[CIRCUMVORSOR, CIRCUMVORSARI, -, CIRCUMVORSATUS SUM] : V turn about repeatedly; spin/whirl about/around;

[CIRCUMVORTO, CIRCUMVORTERE, CIRCUMVORTI, CIRCUMVORSUS] : V free (a slave) by manumission; (pass) turn (oneself) round, revolve (round);

[CIRCUNDO, CIRCUNDARE, CIRCUNDEDI, CIRCUNDATUS] : V surround; envelop, post/put/place/build around; enclose; beset; pass around;

[CIRCUS, CIRCI] : N race course; the circus in rome, celebration of the games; circle; orbit;

[CIRIS, CIRIS] : N mythical bird into which scylla daughter of nisus was changed; bird; fish;

[CIRRATUS, CIRRATA, CIRRATUM] : ADJ curly-haired; having curled hair/ringlets; fringed (l+s);

[CIRRATUS, CIRRATI] : N curly-haired boy; schoolboys (pl.);

[CIRRITUS, CIRRITA, CIRRITUM] : ADJ tufted, bearded; (epithet of a variety of pear?); having filaments (l+s);

[CIRRUS, CIRRI] : N curl, curly lock, ringlet; tuft (on bird head/oyster's beard/tentacles; fringe;

[CIRSION, CIRSII] : N kind of thistle;

[CIRSOCELE, CIRSOCELES] : N vericocele, varicose condition/dilatation of the veins of the spermatic chord;

[CIS] : PREP on/to this/near side of, short of; before, within (time);

[CISALPINUS, CISALPINA, CISALPINUM] : ADJ lying on the south side of the alps; (cisalpine gaul => northern italy);

[CISANUS, CISANI] : N driver of a cissium (light two-wheeled carriage);

[CISARIUS, CISARII] : N driver of a cissium (light two-wheeled carriage);

[CISIUM, CISI(I)] : N light two-wheeled carriage; light wheeled vehicle; cabriolet;

[CISMONTANUS, CISMONTANA, CISMONTANUM] : ADJ that dwells/situated on this/near side of the mountains;

[CISORIUM, CISORII] : N cutting instrument; (for bone);

[CISSANTHEMOS, CISSANTHEMI] : N honeysuckle; plant similar to ivy (l+s);

[CISSANTHEMUS, CISSANTHEMI] : N honeysuckle; plant similar to ivy (l+s);

[CISSARON, CISSARI] : N plant; (also called chrysanthemon);

[CISSAROS, CISSARI] : N plant; (also called chrysanthemon);

[CISSION, CISSII] : N small ivy;

[CISSITIS, CISSITIDIS] : N precious stone; (of the color of ivy leaves l+s);

[CISSOS, CISSI] : N ivy;

[CISSYBIUM, CISSYBII] : N cup of ivy-wood;

[CISTA, CISTAE] : N chest/box (usu. made of wicker); box for sacred ceremonial objects; ballot box;

[CISTARIUS, CISTARII] : N guardian of the chest or wardrobe;

[CISTELLA, CISTELLAE] : N small box/casket/chest;

[CISTELLATRIX, CISTELLATRICIS] : N woman/slave in charge of the clothes chests or wardrobe; (or money-box l+s);

[CISTELLULA, CISTELLULAE] : N little/small box/casket/chest; (diminutive of diminutive of cista/box);

[CISTERNA, CISTERNAE] : N cistern; underground/sunken tank/reservoir for water storage; (for wine l+s);

[CISTERNINUS, CISTERNINA, CISTERNINUM] : ADJ of/obtained from cisterns, cistern-; (aqua cisternina => stored rain water);

[CISTHOS, CISTHI] : N rock rose (cistus villosus and salvifolius); shrub plant w/red blossoms (l+s);

[CISTIFER, CISTIFERI] : N bearer of a casket in religious ceremonies; casket-bearer;

[CISTOPHORUS, CISTOPHORI] : N ceremonial casket-bearer; an asiatic coin w/dionysus as a ~ (worth 4 drachma);

[CISTULA, CISTULAE] : N little/small box/chest; small basket (l+s);

[CITARA] : a harp.

[CITATE, CITATIUS, CITATISSIME] : ADV hurriedly; speedily, quickly, rapidly; nimbly (l+s);

[CITATIM] : ADV hurriedly, quickly; speedily, hastily;

[CITATIO, CITATIONIS] : N calling, proclaiming (legal); command (military);

[CITATIO] : summons, call.

[CITATIO] : summons, call

[CITATORIUM, CITATORII] : N summoning before a tribunal;

[CITATUS, CITATA -UM, CITATIOR -OR -US, CITATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ quick, swift; early; loose (bowels); speeded up, hurried, urged on; full gallop;

[CITATUS, CITATI] : N summons, citation (legal);

[CITATUS, CITATUS] : N impulse;

[CITATUS] : quick, speedy.

[CITATUS] : summons, citation.

[CITE] : ADV quickly; rapidly;

[CITER, CITERA -UM, CITERIOR -OR -US, CITIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ on this side/near; (comp) nearer; sooner/earlier, urgent; (super) next; least;

[CITERIA, CITERIAE] : N clown; effigy/caricature carried in procession at the games (l+s);

[CITERIUS] : ADV COMP short of; to a lesser degree than;

[CITHARA, CITHARAE] : N cithara, lyre; lute, guitar (l+s);

[CITHARICEN, CITHARICINIS] : N cithara/lyre player;

[CITHARISTA, CITHARISTAE] : N cithara/lyre player;

[CITHARISTRIA, CITHARISTRIAE] : N cithara/lyre player (female);

[CITHARIZO, CITHARIZARE, CITHARIZAVI, CITHARIZATUS] : V play on/strike the cithara/lyre;

[CITHAROEDA, CITHAROEDAE] : N female singer-musician; (with self accompaniment on the cithara/lyre);

[CITHAROEDICUS, CITHAROEDICI] : N of/belonging to singer-musician; (on cithara/lyre); for singing to the lyre;

[CITHAROEDUS, CITHAROEDI] : N singer-musician; (with self accompaniment on the cithara/lyre);

[CITHARUS, CITHARI] : N kind of flat-fish;

[CITIMUS, CITIMA, CITIMUM] : ADJ that is or is situated nearest;

[CITIPES, (GEN.), CITIPEDIS] : ADJ fleet-footed, swift-footed; swift, fleet;

[CITIREMIS, CITIREMIS, CITIREME] : ADJ swift (of a galley), having swift oars; rowing swiftly (l+s);

[CITIUS] : speedily, quickly, rapidly.

[CITIVOLUS, CITIVOLA, CITIVOLUM] : ADJ swiftly flying, swift-flying;

[CITIVOLUS] : swiftly flying.

[CITO, CITARE, CITAVI, CITATUS] : V urge on, encourage; promote, excite; summon; set in motion; move (bowels); cite;

[CITO, CITIUS, CITISSIME] : ADV quickly/fast/speedily, with speed; soon, before long; readily; easily;

[CITO] : quickly, rapidly, speedily.

[CITO] : to be moved, aroused.

[CITO] : to put into quick motion, quickened.

[CITOCACIUM, CITOCACII] : N plant; (also called chamelaea);

[CITRA] : ADV on this/near side of, towards; nearer; short of the mark/amount/degree;

[CITRA] : PREP on this/near side of, short of; before; below, less than; without regard to;

[CITRAGO, CITRAGINIS] : N citrus plant; lemon balm;

[CITRARIUS, CITRARI(I)] : N dealer/maker of articles of citron-wood; dealer in lemons (l+s);

[CITRATUS, CITRATA, CITRATUM] : ADJ treated with citron (tree) oil; steeped in citrus oil (l+s);

[CITRATUS, CITRATA, CITRATUM] : ADJ situated on the near side;

[CITREA, CITREAE] : N citrus tree;

[CITREAGO, CITREAGINIS] : N citrus plant; lemon balm;

[CITRETUM, CITRETI] : N orchard of citrus trees;

[CITREUM, CITREI] : N fruit of the citrus tree; citron; citron tree; ;

[CITREUS, CITREA, CITREUM] : ADJ of/on/made of the citrus tree/wood; of the citron tree (l+s);

[CITREUS, CITREI] : N fruit of the citrus tree; ;

[CITRIARIUS, CITRIARI(I)] : N dealer/maker of articles of citron-wood;

[CITRIUM, CITRII] : N kind of gourd;

[CITRO] : ADV to this side; (w/ultro/et -> here - there, to - fro); on/by both sides/parties;

[CITROSUS, CITROSA, CITROSUM] : ADJ smelling of the citron tree/wood;

[CITRUM, CITRI] : N wood of citron tree; furniture/table made of citron/citrus-wood; (expensive);

[CITRUS, CITRI] : N african citrus tree; (callitris quadrivalvis?); citron (citrus medica) (l+s);

[CITUS, CITA -UM, CITIOR -OR -US, CITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ quick, swift, rapid; moving/acting/passing/occurring quickly, speedy; early;

[CITUVOLUS, CITUVOLA, CITUVOLUM] : ADJ swiftly flying, swift-flying;

[CIVICA, CIVICAE] : N civic crown/garland of oak-leaves; cognomen;

[CIVICUS, CIVICA, CIVICUM] : ADJ of one's town/city/fellow-citizens; civil, civic; legal, civil (not military);

[CIVILE, CIVILIS] : N courtesy; civility;

[CIVILIS, CIVILIS, CIVILE] : ADJ of/affecting fellow citizens; civil; legal; public; political; unassuming;

[CIVILIS] : civil, civic.

[CIVILITAS, CIVILITATIS] : N science of politics/government; behavior of an ordinary person, unassumingness;

[CIVILITER, CIVILIUS, CIVILISSIME] : ADV in civil sphere, between citizens; as becomes a citizen; civilly, unassumingly;

[CIVIS, CIVIS] : N fellow citizen; countryman/woman; citizen, free person; a roman citizen;

[CIVIS] : citizen, townsman, bourgeois, burgess.

[CIVITAS, CIVITATIS] : N community/city/town/state; citizens; citizen rights/citizenship; naturalization;

[CIVITAS] : state, citzenship, city-state, city.

[CIVITAS] : state, citzenship, city-state.

[CIVITATULA, CIVITATULAE] : N (small) city/town; citizenship (in a petty state);

[CLABULA, CLABULAE] : N graft or cutting; scion;

[CLABULARE, CLABULARIS] : N large open wagon (used for transporting soldiers); (with wicker-work sides?);

[CLABULARIS, CLABULARIS, CLABULARE] : ADJ of/pertaining to large open wagon (used for transporting soldiers); (wicker?);

[CLABULARIUS, CLABULARIA, CLABULARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to large open wagon (used for transporting soldiers); (wicker?);

[CLACENDIX, CLACENDICIS] : N murex, purple-fish; a shellfish from which (royal) purple dye was obtained);

[CLADES, CLADIS] : N disaster, ruin, calamity; plague; pest, bane, scourge (cause of disaster);

[CLADES, CLADIS] : N defeat, reverse; casualties, slaughter/carnage/devastation; ruins; dissolution;

[CLADES] : disaster, defeat/ massacre.

[CLADES] : scourge/ destruction, harm, injury, damage.

[CLAGALOPES, CLAGALOPIS] : N species of eagle;

[CLAM] : ADV secretly, in secret, unknown to; privately; covertly; by fraud;

[CLAM] : PREP ABL without the knowledge of, unknown to; concealed/secret from; (rarely w/abl);

[CLAM] : PREP without the knowledge of, unknown to; concealed/secret from; (rarely w/abl);

[CLAM] : secretly, in secret.

[CLAM] : secretly, in secret, stealthily..

[CLAMATOR, CLAMATORIS] : N shouter, bawler, noisy disclaimer;

[CLAMATORIUS, CLAMATORIA, CLAMATORIUM] : ADJ screeching, clamorous; shouting; (epithet of an unknown bird - of bad omen);

[CLAMATUS, CLAMATUS] : N crying aloud, shouting;

[CLAMIS, CLAMIDIS] : N greek cloak/cape frequently for military use; state mantle; cloak, mantle;

[CLAMITATIO, CLAMITATIONIS] : N shouting, bawling; violent crying, clamor, noise (l+s);

[CLAMITO, CLAMITARE, CLAMITAVI, CLAMITATUS] : V cry out, yell; shout repeatedly, clamor; proclaim; name/call repeatedly loudly;

[CLAMITO] : to bawl out for.

[CLAMO, CLAMARE, CLAMAVI, CLAMATUS] : V proclaim, declare; cry/shout out; shout/call the name of; accompany with shouts;

[CLAMO] : to call, shout, cry aloud, proclaim, declare.

[CLAMOR, CLAMORIS] : N shout, outcry/protest; loud shouting (approval/joy), applause; clamor/noise/din;

[CLAMOR, CLAMORIS] : N war-cry, battle-cry; roar (thunder/surf); cry of fear/pain/mourning; wailing;

[CLAMOR] : a shout, cry, loud call, outcry.

[CLAMOR] : loud shouting, cry.

[CLAMOS, CLAMOSIS] : N war-cry, battle-cry; roar (thunder/surf); cry of fear/pain/mourning; wailing;

[CLAMOS, CLAMOSIS] : N shout, outcry/protest; loud shouting (approval/joy), applause; clamor/noise/din;

[CLAMOSE] : ADV in a loud voice with shouting; clamorously;

[CLAMOSUS, CLAMOSA, CLAMOSUM] : ADJ given to/marked by/filled with shouting/bawling/yelling; barking (dog), noisy;

[CLAMYS, CLAMYDIS] : N greek cloak/cape frequently for military use; state mantle; cloak, mantle;

[CLAMYS, CLAMYDOS/IS] : N greek cloak/cape frequently for military use; state mantle; cloak, mantle;

[CLANCULARIUS, CLANCULARIA, CLANCULARIUM] : ADJ anonymous; writing in secret; secret, concealed, unknown (l+s);

[CLANCULO] : ADV secretly; privately (l+s);

[CLANCULUM] : ADV secretly, by stealth; sub rosa; privately (l+s);

[CLANCULUM] : PREP without the knowledge of, secret from;

[CLANDESTINO] : ADV secretly, clandestinely;

[CLANDESTINUS, CLANDESTINA, CLANDESTINUM] : ADJ secret, hidden, concealed, clandestine; acting/done/made secretly/silently;

[CLANGO, CLANGERE, CLANGUI] : V clang, make ringing noise; sound (horn); scream (eagle); speak w/ringing tone;

[CLANGO] : to sound.

[CLANGOR, CLANGORIS] : N clang, noise; blare/blast (trumpet); crying/clamor (bird); barking/baying (dog);

[CLANGOR] : sounding.

[CLARE, CLARIUS, CLARISSIME] : ADV aloud; brightly, clearly; lucidly; with distinction/honor, illustriously;

[CLAREO, CLARERE,] : V shine bright/clearly; be clear/plain/understandable/obvious; be famous/renowned;

[CLARESCO, CLARESCERE, CLARUI] : V be illuminated; become bright/evident/clear; become loud or famous/notorious;

[CLARICITO, CLARICITARE, CLARICITAVI, CLARICITATUS] : V recall, recollect, remember;

[CLARICO, CLARICARE, CLARICAVI, CLARICATUS] : V shine, gleam, glow;

[CLARIFICATIO, CLARIFICATIONIS] : N glorification;

[CLARIFICO, CLARIFICARE, CLARIFICAVI, CLARIFICATUS] : V make illustrious/famous;

[CLARIGATIO, CLARIGATIONIS] : N satisfaction; reparation, fine; solemn demand for redress (or war in 33 days);

[CLARIGITO, CLARIGITARE, CLARIGITAVI, CLARIGITATUS] : V recall, recollect, remember;

[CLARIGO, CLARIGARE, CLARIGAVI, CLARIGATUS] : V demand satisfaction formally (from another state in formal declaration of war);

[CLARIS MAIORUM EXEMPLIS. ] : PHRASE after the forefathers' brilliant example.

[CLARISONUS, CLARISONA, CLARISONUM] : ADJ loud; clear-sounding, distinct;

[CLARISSIMATUS, CLARISSIMATUS] : N the dignity of a clarissimus (imperial official);

[CLARITAS, CLARITATIS] : N clarity/vividness; brightness; distinctness; loudness; celebrity, renown, fame;

[CLARITAS] : brightness.

[CLARITUDO, CLARITUDINIS] : N clearness, brightness; distinctness; loudness; celebrity, distinction, renown;

[CLARITUDO] : brightness.

[CLARITUS] : ADV clearly, distinctly;

[CLARIVIDUS, CLARIVIDA, CLARIVIDUM] : ADJ seeing clearly; clear sighted;

[CLARO, CLARARE, CLARAVI, CLARATUS] : V make visible; brighten, light up; make clear, explain; make illustrious/famous;

[CLARO] : to make bright or clear, make clear in the mind.

[CLAROR, CLARORIS] : N clarity, brightness;

[CLAROS, CLARI] : N beetle infesting beehives; (regarded by pliny as a disease);

[CLARUS, CLARA -UM, CLARIOR -OR -US, CLARISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ clear, bright, gleaming; loud, distinct; evident, plain; illustrious, famous;

[CLARUS] : clear, bright / renowned, famous, illustrious

[CLARUS] : clear, bright/ renowned, famous, illustrious.

[CLASIS, CLASIS] : N division/class of the romans; levy/draft, land army; fleet; group/band;

[CLASSIARIUS, CLASSIARIA, CLASSIARIUM] : ADJ of the navy/fleet/marines;

[CLASSIARIUS, CLASSIARI(I)] : N mariner; sailor, seaman; naval forces/personnel (pl.), marines;

[CLASSICULA, CLASSICULAE] : N small fleet/flotilla;

[CLASSICUM, CLASSICI] : N military trumpet call; war-trumpet (l+s);

[CLASSICUS, CLASSICA, CLASSICUM] : ADJ of/connected with the fleet/sailors; belonging to a/highest citizen class;

[CLASSICUS, CLASSICI] : N trumpeter (who summoned the comitia centuriata); sailors (pl.), marines;

[CLASSIS, CLASSIS] : N division/class of the romans; grade (pupils); levy/draft; fleet; group/band;

[CLATHRUM, CLATHRI] : N lattices or bars (pl.); grate; railings;

[CLATHRUS, CLATHRA, CLATHRUM] : ADJ latticed or barred;

[CLATHRUS, CLATHRI] : N lattices or bars (pl.); grate; railings;

[CLATRATUS, CLATRATA, CLATRATUM] : ADJ latticed or barred;

[CLATRO, CLATRARE, CLATRAVI, CLATRATUS] : V fit with bars or railings;

[CLATRUM, CLATRI] : N lattices or bars (pl.); grate; railings;

[CLATRUS, CLATRI] : N lattices or bars (pl.); grate; railings;

[CLAUDASTER, CLAUDASTRA, CLAUDASTRUM] : ADJ a little lame;

[CLAUDEO, CLAUDERE, CLAUSI, CLAUSUS] : V limp, stumble/falter/hesitate; be weak/imperfect, fall short; be lame, hobble;

[CLAUDEO] : to limp, halt, be lame, to hobble.

[CLAUDICATIO, CLAUDICATIONIS] : N limping; lameness;

[CLAUDICO, CLAUDICARE, CLAUDICAVI, CLAUDICATUS] : V limp, be lame; waver, incline to one side; be defective/deficient/fall short;

[CLAUDICO] : to limp.

[CLAUDIGO, CLAUDIGINIS] : N lameness; limping, limp;

[CLAUDITAS, CLAUDITATIS] : N lameness;

[CLAUDIUS, CLAUDI] : N claudius; (roman gens name); (ti. c. nero germanicus, emperor, 41-54 ad); lame;

[CLAUDIUS, CLAUDIA, CLAUDIUM] : ADJ claudius; roman gens; (ti. c. nero germanicus, emperor, 41-54 ad); the lame;

[CLAUDO (CLAUSUS)] : to confine, shut up, close, blockade, besiege.

[CLAUDO, CLAUDERE, CLAUSI, CLAUSUS] : V close, shut, block up; conclude, finish; blockade, besiege; enclose; confine;

[CLAUDO, CLAUDERE, CLAUSI, CLAUSUS] : V limp, stumble/falter/hesitate; be weak/imperfect, fall short; be lame, hobble;

[CLAUDUS, CLAUDA, CLAUDUM] : ADJ limping, lame; defective/crippled/imperfect; uneven/halting/wavering/uncertain;

[CLAUDUS] : lame.

[CLAUSTELLUM, CLAUSTELLI] : N keyhole;

[CLAUSTRALIS, CLAUSTRALIS, CLAUSTRALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to a fortress;

[CLAUSTRARIUS, CLAUSTRARIA, CLAUSTRARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to locks; (~ artifex => locksmith);

[CLAUSTRARIUS, CLAUSTRARII] : N maker of door-bolts;

[CLAUSTRITUMUS, CLAUSTRITUMI] : N warden of locks;

[CLAUSTRUM, CLAUSTRI] : N monastery, cloister (often pl.);

[CLAUSTRUM, CLAUSTRI] : N bolt (gate/door); key; bars (pl.), enclosure; barrier; door, gate, bulwark; dam;

[CLAUSTRUM] : bolt, bar, prison, den, pen, enclosure/ cloister.

[CLAUSULA, CLAUSULAE] : N conclusion/end (letter/verse/transaction); close (periodic sentence); clause;

[CLAUSUM, CLAUSI] : N enclosed space;

[CLAUSURA, CLAUSURAE] : N lock/clasp of a necklace; lock, bar, bolt (l+s); castle, fort (late);

[CLAUSUS, CLAUSA, CLAUSUM] : ADJ closed, inaccessible (places); impervious to feeling; shut/locked in, enclosed;

[CLAVA, CLAVAE] : N club, cudgel; staff; knotty/rough/wooden stick; exercise sword; spartan scytale;

[CLAVARIUM, CLAVARII] : N nail-money, allowance to soldiers for shoe-nails;

[CLAVATOR, CLAVATORIS] : N one who fights with a club; one who carries clubs/foils/exercise swords (l+s);

[CLAVATUS, CLAVATA, CLAVATUM] : ADJ furnished/decorated with nails/studs; striped (animal);

[CLAVERO] : keeper of the keys (cathedral or monastic administrator.

[CLAVES, CLAVIS] : N door-key; bar/key for turning a press, lever; hook for bowling a hoop;

[CLAVICARIUS, CLAVICARII] : N locksmith;

[CLAVICLARIUS, CLAVICLARII] : N turnkey; keeper of the keys, jailer (l+s);

[CLAVICULA, CLAVICULAE] : N (small) key; vine-tendril; pivot; rod, bar, bolt (for door);

[CLAVICULARIUS, CLAVICULARII] : N turnkey; keeper of the keys, jailer (l+s);

[CLAVIGER, CLAVIGERA, CLAVIGERUM] : ADJ carrying/armed with a club; (epithet of hercules); key-bearing (janus);

[CLAVIGER, CLAVIGERI] : N club-bearer, one armed with a club; (epithet of hercules); key-bearer (janus);

[CLAVIS, CLAVIS] : N door-key; bar/key for turning a press, lever; hook for bowling a hoop;

[CLAVO, CLAVARE, -, CLAVATUS] : V nail, furnish/fasten with nails; furnish with points/prickles or purple stripe;

[CLAVOLA, CLAVOLAE] : N graft or cutting; scion;

[CLAVULA, CLAVULAE] : N graft or cutting; scion;

[CLAVULARE, CLAVULARIS] : N large open wagon (used for transporting soldiers); (with wicker-work sides?);

[CLAVULARIS, CLAVULARIS, CLAVULARE] : ADJ of/pertaining to large open wagon (used for transporting soldiers); (wicker?);

[CLAVULARIUS, CLAVULARIA, CLAVULARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to large open wagon (used for transporting soldiers); (wicker?);

[CLAVULUS, CLAVULI] : N small nail; tack; small swelling;

[CLAVUS, CLAVI] : N callus, wart, tumor, excrescence; foul brood in bees; fungus disease in olives;

[CLAVUS, CLAVI] : N nail, spike, rivet; purple stripe on tunic; tiller/helm, helm of ship of state;

[CLAXENDIX, CLAXENDICIS] : N murex, purple-fish; a shellfish from which (royal) purple dye was obtained);

[CLEMA, CLEMATIS] : N knot-grass (polygonum aviculare);

[CLEMATIS, CLEMATIDIS] : N plant; (various kinds of clematis/convolvulus/etc); (climbing plants l+s);

[CLEMATIS, CLEMATIDOS/IS] : N plant; (various kinds of clematis/convolvulus/etc);

[CLEMATITIS, CLEMATITIDIS] : N plant; species of aristolochia;

[CLEMENS, (GEN.), CLEMENTIS] : ADJ merciful, lenient; mild, gentle, quiet, peaceful, easy, moderate; compliant;

[CLEMENTER, CLEMENTIUS, CLEMENTISSIME] : ADV leniently, mercifully; mildly/softly; slowly/at an easy rate/gradually, gently;

[CLEMENTER] : compassionately, mercifully.

[CLEMENTIA, CLEMENTIAE] : N mercy/clemency; compassion; indulgence/forbearance; gentleness, mildness, calm;

[CLEMENTIA] : indulgence, forbearance, humanity, mercy, gentleness, etc.

[CLEONIA, CLEONIAE] : N plant; (also called helenium);

[CLEONICION, CLEONICII] : N plant; (also called clinopodion);

[CLEOPATRA, CLEOPATRAE] : N cleopatra; (queen of egypt);

[CLEOPICETON, CLEOPICETI] : N wild basil (calamintha clinopodium);

[CLEPO, CLEPERE, CLEPSI, CLEPTUS] : V steal; take away secretly; overhear, listen secretly; steal/hide oneself away;

[CLEPSYDRA, CLEPSYDRAE] : N water-clock; (used for timing speakers); time of one clock (20 minutes);

[CLEPSYDRARIUS, CLEPSYDRARII] : N maker of water-clocks;

[CLEPTA, CLEPTAE] : N thief;

[CLEPTES, CLEPTAE] : N thief;

[CLERICALIS, CLERICALIS, CLERICALE] : ADJ clerical, priestly;

[CLERICATUS, CLERICATUS] : N clerical office;

[CLERICUS, CLERICI] : N clergyman, priest, cleric, clerk; scholar, student, scribe, secretary (bee);

[CLERUS, CLERI] : N clergy, the clerical order;

[CLERUS, CLERI] : N allotment of land; assignment by lots (l+s);

[CLIBANARIUS, CLIBANARII] : N soldier clad in mail, cuirassier;

[CLIBANICIUS, CLIBANICIA, CLIBANICIUM] : ADJ baked in a clibanus (bread oven); (w/panis => bread baked in a clibanus);

[CLIBANUS, CLIBANI] : N oven; earthen/iron vessel w/small holes/broad bottom for baking/serving bread;

[CLIBANUS] : oven, furnace/ tray for bread making.

[CLIDION, CLIDII] : N (parts round the) shoulder-bone of a fish; (tuna l+s);

[CLIDIUM, CLIDII] : N (parts round the) shoulder-bone of a fish; (tuna l+s);

[CLIDUCHUS, CLIDUCHI] : N key-bearer;

[CLIENS, CLIENTIS] : N client, dependent (of a patron), vassal; client state/its citizens, allies;

[CLIENTA, CLIENTAE] : N female dependent/client, protegee; female votary;

[CLIENTELA, CLIENTELAE] : N clientship; vassalage; patronage; protection; clients; vassals; allies (pl.);

[CLIENTULUS, CLIENTULI] : N mere/small/insignificant client; petty vassal; (term of contempt);

[CLIMA, CLIMATIS] : N measure of land; (60 feet square); inclination from latitude; clime; direction;

[CLIMA] : clime, region.

[CLIMACIS, CLIMACIDOS/IS] : N inclined channel/barrel of a ballista; small staircase/ladder (l+s);

[CLIMACTER, CLIMACTRIS] : N rung (astrological), critical point in life (every 7 years);

[CLIMACTERICUS, CLIMACTERICA, CLIMACTERICUM] : ADJ critical, climacteric (astrological); of critical point in life (every 7 years)

[CLIMATIAS, CLIMATIAE] : N kind of earthquake;

[CLIMAX, CLIMACIS] : N rhetorical figure (gradual increase in force of expression); (also gradatio);

[CLINAMEN, CLINAMINIS] : N swerving, turning aside;

[CLINATUS, CLINATA, CLINATUM] : ADJ inclining, slanting; inclined, bent, sunk (l+s);

[CLINGO, CLINGERE, CLINXI, CLINCTUS] : V surround/encircle/ring; enclose; beleaguer; accompany; gird, equip; ring (tree);

[CLINICE, CLINICES] : N clinical medicine; practice at the sick-bed (l+s);

[CLINICE] : ADJ clinical, sick-bed;

[CLINICON] : ADJ clinical, sick-bed;

[CLINICOS, CLINIC] : ADJ clinical, sick-bed;

[CLINICUS, CLINICI] : N physician attending patient in bed; bedridden patient; one baptized when sick;

[CLINO, CLINARE, CLINAVI, CLINATUS] : V incline, slope; bend; sink;

[CLINOPALE, CLINOPALES] : N intercourse, wrestling in bed, active sexual exercise;

[CLINOPODIUM, CLINOPODI(I)] : N wild basil (calamintha clinopodium);

[CLINOPUS, CLINOPODOS/IS] : N foot of a bed;

[CLIPEATUS, CLIPEATA, CLIPEATUM] : ADJ armed/furnished with a shield (clipeus); shield-bearing;

[CLIPEATUS, CLIPEATI] : N soldier armed/furnished with a shield (clipeus) (usu. pl.);

[CLIPEO, CLIPEARE, CLIPEAVI, CLIPEATUS] : V provide/arm with a shield (clipeus) or protection;

[CLIPEOLUM, CLIPEOLI] : N small shield;

[CLIPEUM, CLIPEI] : N round/embossed shield (usu. bronze); disk of the sun; vault of sky; meteorite;

[CLIPEUS, CLIPEI] : N round/embossed shield (usu. bronze); disk of the sun; vault of sky; meteorite;

[CLITELLA, CLITELLAE] : N pack-saddle (pl.), sumpter-saddle; like things; instrument of torture (l+s);

[CLITELLARIUS, CLITELLARIA, CLITELLARIUM] : ADJ used for carrying a pack-saddle; of/pertaining to/bearing a pack-saddle (l+s);

[CLITICOS, CLITICI] : N statue of person reclining/sitting; person reclining/sitting;

[CLIVE, CLIVIS] : N slope, incline;

[CLIVIA, CLIVIAE] : N bird (unidentified); (of ill omen);

[CLIVIS, CLIVIS, CLIVE] : ADJ sloping, inclined; steep;

[CLIVIUS, CLIVIA, CLIVIUM] : ADJ which forbid anything to be done; (having bad omens?);

[CLIVOLUS, CLIVOLI] : N short slope;

[CLIVOS, CLIVI] : N slope (sg.), incline; sloping ground; inclined passage/surface; (street name);

[CLIVOSUS, CLIVOSA, CLIVOSUM] : ADJ hilly, full of hills; steep, characterized by slopes; difficult (l+s);

[CLIVULUS, CLIVULI] : N short slope; little hill (l+s);

[CLIVUM, CLIVI] : N slope (pl.), incline; sloping ground; inclined passage/surface; (street name);

[CLIVUS, CLIVA, CLIVUM] : ADJ which forbid anything to be done (pl.); (having bad omens?);

[CLIVUS, CLIVI] : N slope (sg.), incline; sloping ground; inclined passage/surface; (street name);

[CLOACA, CLOACAE] : N sewer, underground drain; maw of voracious person; privy (medieval);

[CLOACALIS, CLOACALIS, CLOACALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to sewage/sewers;

[CLOACARIUM, CLOACARII] : N tax/levy/contribution towards upkeep/maintenance of sewers/drains;

[CLOACARIUS, CLOACARIA, CLOACARIUM] : ADJ of/derived from sewage/dung/sewers; (mons cloacarius => dung hill);

[CLOACARIUS, CLOACARII] : N sewer/drain worker/cleaner;

[CLOACO, CLOACARE, CLOACAVI, CLOACATUS] : V daub; stain, pollute; soil; 'smear';

[CLOACULA, CLOACULAE] : N small sewer/drain;

[CLODICO, CLODICARE, CLODICAVI, CLODICATUS] : V limp, be lame; be defective; (facetious plebeian of claudico);

[CLODIGO, CLODIGINIS] : N lameness; limping, limp;

[CLODO, CLODERE, CLOSI, CLOSUS] : V close, shut, block up; conclude, finish; blockade, besiege; enclose; confine;

[CLODUS, CLODA, CLODUM] : ADJ limping, lame; defective/crippled/imperfect; uneven/halting/wavering/uncertain;

[CLONOS, CLONI] : N plant; (also called batrachion or scelerata);

[CLOSTELLUM, CLOSTELLI] : N keyhole; small lock (l+s);

[CLOSTRARIUS, CLOSTRARII] : N maker of door-bolts;

[CLOSTRUM, CLOSTRI] : N bolt (gate/door); key; bars (pl.), enclosure; barrier; door, gate, bulwark; dam;

[CLOUACA, CLOUACAE] : N sewer, underground drain; maw of voracious person; privy (medieval);

[CLUACA, CLUACAE] : N sewer, underground drain; maw of voracious person; privy (medieval);

[CLUDO, CLUDERE, CLUSI, CLUSUS] : V limp, halt; be weak, be imperfect;

[CLUDO, CLUDERE, CLUSI, CLUSUS] : V close, shut, block up; conclude, finish; blockade, besiege; enclose; confine;

[CLUDO, CLUDINIS] : N dagger;

[CLUDUS, CLUDA, CLUDUM] : ADJ limping, lame; defective/crippled/imperfect; uneven/halting/wavering/uncertain;

[CLUENS, CLUENTIS] : N client, dependent (of a patron), vassal; client state/its citizens, allies;

[CLUEO, CLUEARE, CLUEAVI, CLUEATUS] : V purify; cleanse, make clean;

[CLUEO, CLUERE,] : V be called, be named, be reputed/spoken of/said to be; be reckoned as existing;

[CLUEOR, CLUERI,] : V be called, be named, be reputed/spoken of/said to be; be reckoned as existing;

[CLUMA, CLUMAE] : N husks of grain; barley husks (pl.) (l+s);

[CLUNA, CLUNAE] : N apes (pl.); (may be misread for clura);

[CLUNACLUM, CLUNACLI] : N sacrificial knife;

[CLUNACULUM, CLUNACULI] : N sacrificial knife;

[CLUNALIS, CLUNALIS, CLUNALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to the hind parts, hind-; (clunales pedes => hindfeet);

[CLUNICULA, CLUNICULAE] : N upper leg or thigh; small hind parts (l+s);

[CLUNICULUS, CLUNICULI] : N upper leg or thigh; small hind parts (l+s);

[CLUNIS, CLUNIS] : N buttock, haunch, hindquarters (vertebrate animals); (also insects/arachnids);

[CLUO, CLUERE,] : V be called, be named, be reputed/spoken of/said to be; be reckoned as existing;

[CLUO, CLUERE,] : V purify; cleanse, make clean;

[CLUPEA, CLUPEAE] : N small river fish;

[CLUPEATUS, CLUPEATA, CLUPEATUM] : ADJ armed/furnished with a shield (clipeus); shield-bearing;

[CLUPEATUS, CLUPEATI] : N soldier armed/furnished with a shield (clipeus) (usu. pl.);

[CLUPEO, CLUPEARE, CLUPEAVI, CLUPEATUS] : V provide/arm with a shield (clipeus) or protection;

[CLUPEOLUM, CLUPEOLI] : N small shield;

[CLUPEUM, CLUPEI] : N round/embossed shield (usu. bronze); disk of the sun; vault of sky; meteorite;

[CLUPEUS, CLUPEI] : N round/embossed shield (usu. bronze); disk of the sun; vault of sky; meteorite;

[CLURA, CLURAE] : N kind of ape; (barbary ape?);

[CLURINUS, CLURINA, CLURINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to apes;

[CLUSARIS, CLUSARIS, CLUSARE] : ADJ that encloses/marks an area; (water) that is in a covered channel;

[CLUSARIS, CLUSARIS, CLUSARE] : ADJ easily shutting/closing;

[CLUSARIUS, CLUSARIA, CLUSARIUM] : ADJ easily shutting/closing;

[CLUSILIS, CLUSILIS, CLUSILE] : ADJ capable of closing, bivalve; easily closing (l+s);

[CLUSOR, CLUSORIS] : N one who encloses/encompasses;

[CLUSTER, CLUSTERIS] : N clyster, drench, injection; enema; syringe, clyster pipe;

[CLUSTRUM, CLUSTRI] : N bolt (gate/door); key; bars (pl.), enclosure; barrier; door, gate, bulwark; dam;

[CLUSUM, CLUSI] : N enclosed space;

[CLUSURA, CLUSURAE] : N lock/clasp of a necklace; lock, bar, bolt (l+s); castle, fort (late);

[CLUSUS, CLUSA, CLUSUM] : ADJ closed, inaccessible (places); impervious to feeling; shut/locked in, enclosed;

[CLUTUS, CLUTA, CLUTUM] : ADJ famous, renowned; celebrated, glorious; refined;

[CLYBATIS, CLYBATIS] : N plant (parietaria officinalis); (also called helxine);

[CLYMENOS, CLYMENI] : N plant, scorpion's tail (scorpiurus vermiculata);

[CLYMENUS, CLYMENI] : N plant, scorpion's tail (scorpiurus vermiculata);

[CLYPEO, CLYPEARE, CLYPEAVI, CLYPEATUS] : V provide/arm with a shield (clipeus) or protection;

[CLYPEOLUM, CLYPEOLI] : N small shield;

[CLYPEUM, CLYPEI] : N round/embossed shield (usu. bronze); disk of the sun; vault of sky; meteorite;

[CLYPEUS, CLYPEI] : N round/embossed shield (usu. bronze); disk of the sun; vault of sky; meteorite;

[CLYPEUS] : brazen shield.

[CLYSMUS, CLYSMI] : N clyster, drench, injection; enema; syringe, clyster pipe;

[CLYSTER, CLYSTERIS] : N clyster, drench, injection; enema; syringe, clyster pipe;

[CLYSTERA, CLYSTERAE] : N clyster, drench, injection; enema; syringe, clyster pipe;

[CLYSTERIUM, CLYSTERI(I)] : N small syringe; clyster (l+s);

[CLYSTERIZO, CLYSTERIZARE, CLYSTERIZAVI, CLYSTERIZATUS] : V apply a syringe/clyster; give an injection/enema; purge;

[CN, ABB.] : N gnaeus, roman praenomen; abbreviated cn.;

[CNASON, CNASONIS] : N hair-pin (with which women scratch the head);

[CNATUS, CNATI] : N son; child; children (pl.);

[CNECOS, CNECI] : N safflower (carthamus tinctorius); similar thistle;

[CNEDINUS, CNEDINA, CNEDINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to nettles, nettle-;

[CNEMIS, CNEMIDIS] : N greave; end of the verse;

[CNEORON, CNEORI] : N plant name; (various kinds of daphne?);

[CNEORUM, CNEORI] : N plant name; (various kinds of daphne?);

[CNEPHOSUS, CNEPHOSA, CNEPHOSUM] : ADJ gloomy, dark;

[CNESTOR, CNESTORIS] : N shrub; (daphne gnidium?);

[CNICUS, CNICI] : N safflower (carthamus tinctorius); similar thistle;

[CNICUS] : safflower, Bastard Saffron Carthamus tinctorius (L.) Habitat ; Eastern Mediterranean J.I. Miller

[CNIDE, CNIDES] : N nettle; sea nettle;

[CNIDINUS, CNIDINA, CNIDINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to nettles, nettle-;

[CNISA, CNISAE] : N steam/odor from a sacrifice;

[CNISSA, CNISSAE] : N steam/odor from a sacrifice;

[CNODAX, CNODACIS] : N pin, pivot; gudgeon, pivot on end of beam/axle for wheel/bell/etc;

[CNODAX, CNODACOS/IS] : N pin, pivot; gudgeon, pivot on end of beam/axle for wheel/bell/etc;

[COA, COAE] : N lustful woman; (wearing fine coan silk?); fictitious nickname of clodia (l+s);

[COACCEDO, COACCEDERE, COACCESSI, COACCESSUS] : V come to or be added besides;

[COACERVATIM] : ADV in/by heaps;

[COACERVATIO, COACERVATIONIS] : N heaping/piling together/up; adding together, aggregate; (of arguments);

[COACERVO, COACERVARE, COACERVAVI, COACERVATUS] : V heap/pile up, gather/crowd together; amass, collect; make by heaping; add/total;

[COACERVO] : to collect in a mass.

[COACESCO, COACESCERE, COACUI] : V become sour/acid; deteriorate; become corrupt;

[COACTARIUS, COACTARI(I)] : N maker of felt;

[COACTE, COACTIUS, COACTISSIME] : ADV briefly, concisely, shortly; precisely, exactly, accurately; in forced manner;

[COACTILE, COACTILIS] : N thick fulled cloth, felt;

[COACTILIARIUS, COACTILIARIA, COACTILIARIUM] : ADJ fulling; (~ taberna => fulling mill);

[COACTILIARIUS, COACTILIARI(I)] : N maker of felt; maker of thick fulled cloth (l+s);

[COACTILIS, COACTILIS, COACTILE] : ADJ made of felt; made thick (l+s);

[COACTIM] : ADV briefly, concisely, shortly;

[COACTIO, COACTIONIS] : N collection (of money), collecting/calling in; compression; abridgement/epitome;

[COACTIO, COACTIONIS] : N disease of animals;

[COACTO, COACTARE, COACTAVI, COACTATUS] : V compel; constrain; force;

[COACTO] : to force, compel, coerce.

[COACTOR, COACTORIS] : N fuller; (felter?); (cloth worker); one who forces to something;

[COACTOR, COACTORIS] : N collector (of money/taxes/etc); (agminis ~ => troops bringing up the rear);

[COACTU] : by force, under compulsion.

[COACTUM, COACTI] : N thick/fulled covering; mattress;

[COACTUM] : force, compulsion, coercement.

[COACTUM] : force, compulsion, coercion.

[COACTURA, COACTURAE] : N amount (of oil) extracted/pressed (in a given period); collection (l+s);

[COACTUS, COACTA, COACTUM] : ADJ compressed, condensed; curdled (milk); unnatural; unwilling, forced, required;

[COACTUS, COACTUS] : N compulsion, constraint, force, coercion;

[COACTUS] : constrained.

[COADDO, COADDERE,] : V add; (as an ingredient); add with, add also (l+s);

[COADIUTOR, COADIUTORIS] : N assistant;

[COADJUTOR, COADJUTORIS] : N assistant;

[COADORO, COADORARE, COADORAVI, COADORATUS] : V worship/adore together/along with;

[COADULESCO, COADULESCERE, COADULEVI, COADULTUS] : V grow up along with;

[COADUNATI] : collected.

[COADUNATIO, COADUNATIONIS] : N uniting into one; summing up;

[COADUNATIO] : a gathering together, a summing up, a uniting.

[COADUNO, COADUNARE, COADUNAVI, COADUNATUS] : V unite; add/join together; collect into one;

[COADUNO] : to collect.

[COAEDIFICO, COAEDIFICARE, COAEDIFICAVI, COAEDIFICATUS] : V build (town/etc); occupy (site) with buildings; build up/upon;

[COAEGRESCO, COAEGRESCERE,] : V become sick at the same time as; get sick together with;

[COAEGRESCO] : to become sick at the same time.

[COAEGROTO, COAEGROTARE, COAEGROTAVI, COAEGROTATUS] : V be sick at the same time as;

[COAEQUAL, COAEQUALIS] : N one of the same age, contemporary; comrade/companion of the same age (l+s);

[COAEQUALIS, COAEQUALIS, COAEQUALE] : ADJ having the same age as; be of equal/the same age;

[COAEQUO, COAEQUARE, COAEQUAVI, COAEQUATUS] : V make level/equal, equalize; regard/treat as equal, equate; adjust by weighing;

[COAESTIMO, COAESTIMARE, COAESTIMAVI, COAESTIMATUS] : V estimate together/in conjunction (with);

[COAETANEO, COAETANEARE, COAETANEAVI, COAETANEATUS] : V be of the same age/contemporary;

[COAETANEUS, COAETANEI] : N one of the same age, contemporary;

[COAETERNUS, COAETERNA, COAETERNUM] : ADJ co-eternal; equally eternal; existing with another eternally;

[COAEVUS, COAEVA, COAEVUM] : ADJ of the same age, coeval, of equal antiquity, going back to the same date;

[COAGGERO, COAGGERARE, COAGGERAVI, COAGGERATUS] : V heap/cover over (with); heap together (l+s);

[COAGITO, COAGITARE, COAGITAVI, COAGITATUS] : V shake together;

[COAGMENTARIUS, COAGMENTARII] : N joining together; union;

[COAGMENTATIO, COAGMENTATIONIS] : N union, state/act of being joined/fitted together; connection, joint;

[COAGMENTO, COAGMENTARE, COAGMENTAVI, COAGMENTATUS] : V join/fasten together, connect; make by joining/construct; fit (words) together;

[COAGMENTUM, COAGMENTI] : N joint; (vertical between stones); overlapping side of tile; joining (letters);

[COAGULARE, COAGULARIS] : N colon; (intestine);

[COAGULATIO, COAGULATIONIS] : N coagulation; curdling; congealing;

[COAGULO, COAGULARE, COAGULAVI, COAGULATUS] : V curdle (milk); make (liquids) thick/solid, congeal, coagulate; collect together;

[COAGULUM, COAGULI] : N tie/bond, binding agent; rennet; curds; thickening/congealing; plant (~ terrae);

[COALESCO, COALESCERE, COALUI, COALITUS] : V join/grow together; coalesce; close (wound); become unified/strong/established;

[COALITUS, COALITUS] : N communion; fellowship;

[COALO, COALERE, COALUI, COALTUS] : V sustain/nourish together;

[COALO, COALERE, COALUI, COALITUS] : V sustain/nourish together;

[COAMBULO, COAMBULARE, COAMBULAVI, COAMBULATUS] : V walk/go/travel with/together;

[COANGUSTO, COANGUSTARE, COANGUSTAVI, COANGUSTATUS] : V confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow/limit scope/application;

[COANGUSTO] : to confine.

[COAPTATIO, COAPTATIONIS] : N accurate joining together;

[COAPTO, COAPTARE, COAPTAVI, COAPTATUS] : V fit/join/adjust together; make by joining;

[COARCTATIO, COARCTATIONIS] : N tightening; fitting closely together; crowding/drawing together;

[COARCTO, COARCTARE, COARCTAVI, COARCTATUS] : V narrow; hem in, pack/crowd/bring/fit close together, restrict; shorten/abridge;

[COARESCO, COARESCERE, COARUI] : V dry up/wither together; become/run dry together;

[COARGUO, COARGUERE, COARGUI] : V refute; show, demonstrate; overwhelm w/proof; silence; convict; prove guilty;

[COARGUTIO, COARGUTIONIS] : N conviction; refutation;

[COARMIUS, COARMI(I)] : N comrade-in-arms;

[COARMO, COARMARE, COARMAVI, COARMATUS] : V arm/equip together;

[COARTATIO, COARTATIONIS] : N tightening; fitting closely together; crowding/drawing together;

[COARTICULO, COARTICULARE, COARTICULAVI, COARTICULATUS] : V cause to speak/articulate;

[COARTO, COARTARE, COARTAVI, COARTATUS] : V narrow; hem in, pack/crowd/bring/fit close together, restrict; shorten/abridge;

[COARTO] : to confine.

[COASSAMENTUM, COASSAMENTI] : N framework of planks;

[COASSATIO, COASSATIONIS] : N floor-boards, floor-planking; floor of planks/boards (l+s); joining of boards;

[COASSO, COASSARE, COASSAVI, COASSATUS] : V fit with floor planking; join boards/planks together (l+s);

[COASSUMO, COASSUMERE, COASSUMPSI, COASSUMPTUS] : V assume together;

[COAUCTIO, COAUCTIONIS] : N joint increase;

[COAUDIO, COAUDIRE, COAUDIVI, COAUDITUS] : V confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow/limit scope/application;

[COAUDITO, COAUDITARE, COAUDITAVI, COAUDITATUS] : V confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow the scope/application;

[COAXATIO, COAXATIONIS] : N floor-boards, floor-planking; floor of planks/boards (l+s); joining of boards;

[COAXO, COAXARE, COAXAVI, COAXATUS] : V fit with floor planking; join boards/planks together (l+s);

[COAXO, COAXARE, COAXAVI, COAXATUS] : V croak; (of frogs);

[COBIO, COBIONIS] : N small fish; (of the gudgeon kind); (used for bait); (gobio);

[COBIOS, COBII] : N plant, (a spurge); tithymalus (wolf's-milk) (l+s); dendroides, leptophyllon;

[COBIUS, COBII] : N small fish; (of the gudgeon kind); (used for bait); (gobio);

[COCCINATUS, COCCINATA, COCCINATUM] : ADJ dressed/clothed in scarlet;

[COCCINEUS, COCCINEA, COCCINEUM] : ADJ dyed scarlet, scarlet-dyed; scarlet, of scarlet color;

[COCCINUM, COCCINI] : N scarlet-dyed/scarlet clothes/garments/coverings (pl.);

[COCCINUM, COCCINI] : N berry (w/cnidium) of spurge-flax/nettle (daphne gnidium); berry of scarlet oak;

[COCCINUM, COCCINI] : N insect (coccus ilicis) used for dye; scarlet dye/color; scarlet cloth/wool;

[COCCINUS, COCCINA, COCCINUM] : ADJ dyed scarlet, scarlet-dyed; scarlet, of scarlet color;

[COCCIO, COCCIONIS] : N dealer; broker;

[COCCUM, COCCI] : N insect (coccus ilicis) used for dye; scarlet dye/color; scarlet cloth/wool;

[COCCUM, COCCI] : N berry (w/cnidium) of spurge-flax/nettle (daphne gnidium); berry of scarlet oak;

[COCCUS, COCCI] : N insect (coccus ilicis) used for dye; scarlet dye/color; scarlet cloth/wool;

[COCCYGIA, COCCYGIAE] : N wig-tree (rhus cotinus); kind of sumac used in coloring (l+s);

[COCCYMELUM, COCCYMELI] : N plum;

[COCCYX, COCCYGIS] : N cuckoo;

[COCETUM, COCETI] : N kind of food prepared from honey and poppies;

[COCHLEA, COCHLEAE] : N snail; (form of) a snail shell; spiral; screw (press/water); winding entrance;

[COCHLEAR, COCHLEARIS] : N spoon; (originally for extracting snails); spoonful;

[COCHLEARE, COCHLEARIS] : N spoon; (originally for extracting snails); spoonful;

[COCHLEARIUM, COCHLEARI(I)] : N spoon; (originally for extracting snails); spoonful;

[COCHLEARIUM, COCHLEARI(I)] : N snailery, snail pen, enclosure for edible snails;

[COCHLEATIM] : ADV spirally; like a snail shell;

[COCHLEATUS, COCHLEATA, COCHLEATUM] : ADJ spiral/screw formed;

[COCHLEOLA, COCHLEOLAE] : N small snail;

[COCHLIA, COCHLIAE] : N snail; (form of) a snail shell; spiral; screw (press/water); winding entrance;

[COCHLIS, COCHLIDIS] : N spiral shell, conch; snail-shaped precious stone found in arabia;

[COCHLOS, COCHLI] : N kind of marine gastropod; (with spiral shell);

[COCIBILIS, COCIBILIS, COCIBILE] : ADJ easy to cook; easily cooked (l+s);

[COCILENDRUM, COCILENDRI] : N imaginary magic condiment;

[COCINA, COCINAE] : N cooking; art of cookery; kitchen (l+s);

[COCINARIS, COCINARIS, COCINARE] : ADJ belonging in a kitchen; used in cooking; (w/culter => kitchen knife);

[COCINARIUS, COCINARIA, COCINARIUM] : ADJ belonging in a kitchen; used in cooking; pertaining to kitchen, cullinary (l+s);

[COCINARIUS, COCINARIA, COCINARIUM] : ADJ belonging in a kitchen; used in cooking;

[COCINATORIUM, COCINATORI(I)] : N kitchen, place for cooking;

[COCINATORIUS, COCINATORIA, COCINATORIUM] : ADJ culinary, used in cooking; pertaining to the kitchen (l+s);

[COCINO, COCINARE, COCINAVI, COCINATUS] : V cook, prepare food;

[COCINUS, COCINA, COCINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to cooks/cooking; (forum ~ => market where cooks were hired);

[COCIO, COCIONIS] : N dealer; broker;

[COCIONATURA, COCIONATURAE] : N bakery;

[COCIONOR, COCIONARI, -, COCIONATUS SUM] : V trade, traffic (in a petty way); be a dealer/broker;

[COCITATIO, COCITATIONIS] : N long and thorough process of cooking; continuous cooking (l+s);

[COCITATORIUS, COCITATORIA, COCITATORIUM] : ADJ culinary; used in cooking;

[COCITO, COCITARE, COCITAVI, COCITATUS] : V cook; boil, fry, bake; burn, parch (sun); stir up; ripen, mature (plot); digest;

[COCLACA, COCLACAE] : N round river stones resembling snails;

[COCLEA, COCLEAE] : N snail; (form of) a snail shell; spiral; screw (press/water); winding entrance;

[COCLEAR, COCLEARIS] : N spoon; (originally for extracting snails); spoonful;

[COCLEARE, COCLEARIS] : N spoon; (originally for extracting snails); spoonful;

[COCLEARIUM, COCLEARI(I)] : N snailery, snail pen, enclosure for edible snails;

[COCLEARIUM, COCLEARI(I)] : N spoon; (originally for extracting snails); spoonful;

[COCLEATIM] : ADV spirally;

[COCLEATUS, COCLEATA, COCLEATUM] : ADJ spiral/screw formed;

[COCLEOLA, COCLEOLAE] : N small snail;

[COCLES, COCLITIS] : N one-eyed person; of horatius who kept the etruscans from the subician bridge;

[COCLIA, COCLIAE] : N snail; (form of) a snail shell; spiral; screw (press/water); winding entrance;

[COCO, COCERE, COXI, COCTUS] : V cook; boil, fry, bake; burn, parch (sun); stir up; ripen, mature (plot); digest;

[COCO] : INTERJ crow of the cock; cock-a-doodle-doo; hen-clucking (L+S);

[COCODRILLUS, COCODRILLI] : N crocodile; land reptile, nile monitor;

[COCODRILUS, COCODRILI] : N crocodile; land reptile, nile monitor;

[COCOLOBIS, COCOLOBIS] : N spanish name for a type of grape;

[COCOLUBIS, COCOLUBIS] : N spanish name for a type of grape;

[COCOS, COCI] : N cook;

[COCTA, COCTAE] : N boiled water; (water boiled then iced);

[COCTANUM, COCTANI] : N kind of small fig; (grown in syria);

[COCTILICIUS, COCTILICIA, COCTILICIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to dried wood; (~ taberna => place where dried wood was sold);

[COCTILIS, COCTILIS, COCTILE] : ADJ baked/burned (of bricks); made/built of/of baked/burned bricks;

[COCTILUM, COCTILI] : N very dried wood (pl.); (that burns without smoke);

[COCTIO, COCTIONIS] : N dealer; broker;

[COCTIO, COCTIONIS] : N cooking; digestion (of food); burning (l+s);

[COCTIVUS, COCTIVA, COCTIVUM] : ADJ suitable for cooking, cooking- (of food); that easily cooks/ripens early (l+s);

[COCTONUM, COCTONI] : N kind of small fig; (grown in syria);

[COCTOR, COCTORIS] : N cook;

[COCTUM, COCTI] : N cooked food; smelted ore;

[COCTURA, COCTURAE] : N (method of) cooking (food); heating/roasting/smelting (ore); thing heated/boiled

[COCTURARIUS, COCTURARII] : N cook;

[COCTUS, COCTA -UM, COCTIOR -OR -US, COCTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ cooked; roasted, burnt; smelted; baked (bricks); ripened, ripe; softened, mild;

[COCULA, COCULAE] : N cook (female);

[COCULEATUS, COCULEATA, COCULEATUM] : ADJ spiral;

[COCULUM, COCULI] : N cooking vessel/pot/pan; (bronze);

[COCUS, COCI] : N cook;

[CODA, CODAE] : N tail (animal); extreme part/tail of anything; penis (horace);

[CODEX, CODICIS] : N trunk of tree; piece/block of wood; blockhead; (bound) book; note/account book;

[CODICARIUS, CODICARII] : N bargeman, lighterman; (esp. those who brought grain from ostia to rome (l+s));

[CODICARIUS, CODICARIA, CODICARIUM] : ADJ kind of barge/lighter (w/navis);

[CODICELLUS, CODICELLI] : N small log; writing tablets (pl.); petition to the emperor/patent; will/codicil;

[CODICILLARIS, CODICILLARIS, CODICILLARE] : ADJ named/appointed by written order of the emperor/in the emperor's handwriting;

[CODICILLARIUS, CODICILLARIA, CODICILLARIUM] : ADJ named/appointed by written order of the emperor/in the emperor's handwriting;

[CODICILLUS, CODICILLI] : N small log; writing tablets (pl.); petition to the emperor/patent; will/codicil;

[CODICULA, CODICULAE] : N little tail;

[COEC, COECOS/IS] : N kind of date; (doum palm, hyphaene thebaica liddle and scott);

[COECAS, COECOS/IS] : N kind of date; (doum palm, hyphaene thebaica liddle and scott);

[COEL, UNDECLINED] : N sky, heaven; universe, world; space; air, weather; jehovah; (shortened form);

[COELECTUS, COELECTA, COELECTUM] : ADJ elected together;

[COELEMENTATUS, COELEMENTATA, COELEMENTATUM] : ADJ composed of the elements;

[COELES, (GEN.), COELITIS] : ADJ heavenly; celestial; (not found classical in nom s);

[COELES, COELITIS] : N the gods (usu. pl.); divinity, dweller in heaven;

[COELESTE, COELESTIS] : N supernatural/heavenly matters (pl.); the heavenly bodies; astronomy;

[COELESTIS, COELESTE, COELESTIOR -OR -US, COELESTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ heavenly, of the heavens/sky, from heaven/sky; celestial; divine; of the gods;

[COELESTIS, COELESTIS] : N divinity, god/goddess; god-like person; the gods (pl.); the heavenly bodies;

[COELESTIS, COELESTIS, COELESTE] : ADJ heavenly, of the heavens/sky, from heaven/sky; celestial; divine; of the gods;

[COELIACA, COELIACAE] : N remedy/medicine for bowel/stomach/abdomen pains/disease;

[COELIACUS, COELIACA, COELIACUM] : ADJ in the bowels/stomach (pain); having disease of bowels; for the bowels (remedy);

[COELIACUS, COELIACI] : N person having disease/pain/suffering in the bowels; (or stomach/abdomen l+s);

[COELIBATUS, COELIBATUS] : N state of not being married; single life; celibacy;

[COELICOLA, COELICOLAE] : N heaven dweller; deity, god/goddess; worshiper of the heavens (l+s);

[COELIFER, COELIFERA, COELIFERUM] : ADJ supporting the sky/heavens;

[COELIFLUUS, COELIFLUA, COELIFLUUM] : ADJ flowing from heaven;

[COELIGENUS, COELIGENA, COELIGENUM] : ADJ of heavenly birth/origin, heaven born;

[COELIGERUS, COELIGERA, COELIGERUM] : ADJ heaven supporting;

[COELIOTICUS, COELIOTICA, COELIOTICUM] : ADJ cleansing of the bowels/stomach; (purgative?);

[COELIPOTENS, (GEN.), COELIPOTENTIS] : ADJ powerful in heaven;

[COELITUS] : ADV from heaven; heavenly; from the emperor (l+s); divine;

[COELUM, COELI] : N sky, heaven, heavens; space; air, climate, weather; universe, world; jehovah;

[COELUS, COELI] : N sky, heaven, heavens; space; air, climate, weather; universe, world; jehovah;

[COEMENDATUS, COEMENDATA, COEMENDATUM] : ADJ amended at the same time;

[COEMESIS, COEMESISIS] : N somniferous song;

[COEMO, COEMERE, COEMI, COEMPTUS] : V buy; buy up;

[COEMPTIO, COEMPTIONIS] : N fictitious marriage to free heiress; mock sale of estate to free it of burdens;

[COEMPTIONALIS, COEMPTIONALIS, COEMPTIONALE] : ADJ of a mock/sham sale/marriage; (~ senex => one used in such); poor, worthless;

[COEMPTIONATOR, COEMPTIONATORIS] : N man acting as fictitious purchaser in the coemptio (sham marriage/sale);

[COEMPTOR, COEMPTORIS] : N one who buys up; (one who bribes); one who purchases many things (l+s);

[COENACULARIUS, COENACULARIA, COENACULARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a garret/attic;

[COENACULUM, COENACULI] : N attic, garret (often let as lodging); upstairs dining room; top/upper story;

[COENATICUS, COENATICA, COENATICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to (a) dinner;

[COENATIO, COENATIONIS] : N dining-room; dining hall;

[COENATIUNCULA, COENATIUNCULAE] : N small dining-room;

[COENATOR, COENATORIS] : N diner; dinner guest;

[COENATORIUS, COENATORIA, COENATORIUM] : ADJ of/used for dining; pertaining to dinner or the table;

[COENATURIO, COENATURIRE,] : V desire to dine; have an appetite for dinner;

[COENCENATIO, COENCENATIONIS] : N dinner party; (cicero from greek); supping together, table companionship (l+s);

[COENITO, COENITARE, COENITAVI, COENITATUS] : V dine/eat habitually (in a particular place/manner); have dinner, dine (often);

[COENO, COENARE, COENAVI, COENATUS] : V dine, eat dinner/supper; have dinner with; dine on, make a meal of;

[COENOBIARCHA, COENOBIARCHAE] : N abbot;

[COENOBITA, COENOBITAE] : N monk; cloister-brother;

[COENOBITICUS, COENOBITICA, COENOBITICUM] : ADJ monastic; of monastic life/works/ritual/property;

[COENOBIUM, COENOBII] : N monastery; convent; cloister;

[COENOMYIA, COENOMYIAE] : N common fly;

[COENON, COENI] : N kind of eye-salve;

[COENOSITAS, COENOSITATIS] : N dirty/foul/muddy place;

[COENOSUS, COENOSA -UM, COENOSIOR -OR -US, COENOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ muddy; filthy, foul; slimy, marshy; impure;

[COENULA, COENULAE] : N little dinner/supper;

[COENULENTUS, COENULENTA -UM, COENULENTIOR -OR -US, COENULENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ covered in mud/filth; muddy, filthy, slimy;

[COENUM, COENI] : N mud, mire, filth, slime, dirt, uncleanness; (of persons) scum/filth;

[COEO, COIRE, COIVI(II), COITUS] : V fit together; have sexual intercourse; collect/gather (fluid); mend/knit (wound)

[COEO, COIRE, COIVI(II), COITUS] : V enter an agreement; unite; assemble; conspire; come/go together; meet; rally;

[COEPI] : began, started, undertook, initiated (pres. incipio ).

[COEPIO, COEPERE, COEPI, COEPTUS] : V begin, commence, initiate; set foot on; (usu. perf, pass w/pass inf; pres early)

[COEPIO, COEPERE,] : V begin, commence, initiate; (rare early form, usu. shows only perfdef);

[COEPIO] : to begin, undertake.

[COEPISCOPATUS, COEPISCOPATUS] : N co-episcopate/bishopric/see;

[COEPISCOPUS, COEPISCOPI] : N associate bishop;

[COEPTO, COEPTARE, COEPTAVI, COEPTATUS] : V begin/commence w/inf); set to work, undertake/attempt/try; venture/begin (w/acc)

[COEPTO] : to begin, undertake,.

[COEPTO] : to begin, undertake,

[COEPTUM, COEPTI] : N undertaking (usu.pl.), enterprise, scheme; work begun/started/taken in hand;

[COEPTUM] : undertaking.

[COEPTUS, COEPTA, COEPTUM] : ADJ begun, started, commenced; undertaken;

[COEPTUS, COEPTUS] : N beginning, undertaking;

[COEPULONUS, COEPULONI] : N table-companion; (mock-tragic for parasitus); fellow banqueter/companion (l+s);

[COEPULOR, COEPULARI, -, COEPULATUS SUM] : V feast/dine together;

[COERCEO, COERCERE, COERCUI, COERCITUS] : V enclose, confine; restrain, check, curb, repress; limit; preserve; punish;

[COERCEO] : surround, enclose, restrain, confine/ regulate.

[COERCEO] : surround, enclose, restrain, confine.

[COERCIO, COERCIONIS] : N coercion, restraint, repression; (affliction of summary/right to) punishment;

[COERCITIO, COERCITIONIS] : N coercion, restraint, repression; (affliction of summary/right to) punishment;

[COERCITOR, COERCITORIS] : N enforcer; one who restrains;

[COERCTIO, COERCTIONIS] : N coercion, restraint, repression; (affliction of summary/right to) punishment;

[COERRO, COERRARE, COERRAVI, COERRATUS] : V go/wander around together;

[COERTIO, COERTIONIS] : N coercion, restraint, repression; (affliction of summary/right to) punishment;

[COETUS, COETUS] : N social intercourse (w/hominium), society, company; sexual intercourse;

[COETUS, COETUS] : N meeting, encounter, (political or illegal) assembly; union; band, gang, crowd;

[COEXERCITATUS, COEXERCITATA, COEXERCITATUM] : ADJ that is practiced together/at the same time;

[COF, UNDECLINED] : N qof; (19th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as k);

[COFANUS, COFANI] : N pelican;

[COFINUS, COFINI] : N basket, hamper;

[COGITABILIS, COGITABILIS, COGITABILE] : ADJ conceivable, thinkable, imaginable, cogitable;

[COGITABUNDUS, COGITABUNDA, COGITABUNDUM] : ADJ wrapped in thought; thoughtful, thinking;

[COGITAMEN, COGITAMINIS] : N thinking;

[COGITAMENTUM, COGITAMENTI] : N thought;

[COGITATE] : ADV carefully, with thought/reflection;

[COGITATIM] : ADV carefully, with thought/reflection;

[COGITATIO, COGITATIONIS] : N thinking, meditation, reflection; thought; intention; plan; opinion, reasoning;

[COGITATIO] : thorough consideration.

[COGITATIONIS POENAM NEMO PATITUR. ] : PHRASE nobody should be punished for his thoughts.

[COGITATORIUM, COGITATORII] : N receptacle of thought;

[COGITATUM, COGITATI] : N result of deliberations, thoughts/ideas/reflections; intentions/plans; (pl. l+s)

[COGITATUS, COGITATA, COGITATUM] : ADJ deliberate;

[COGITATUS, COGITATUS] : N act of thinking; thought (l+s);

[COGITATUS] : thought.

[COGITO, COGITARE, COGITAVI, COGITATUS] : V think; consider, reflect on, ponder; imagine, picture; intend, look forward to;

[COGITO, ERGO SUM. ] : PHRASE i think, therefore i am.

[COGITO] : to think, ruminate, ponder, consider, plan.

[COGNATA, COGNATAE] : N relation by birth (female), kinswoman;

[COGNATIO, COGNATIONIS] : N blood relation/relationship; kinsmen/relatives, family; consanguinity; affinity;

[COGNATIO] : kindred.

[COGNATUS, COGNATA, COGNATUM] : ADJ related, related by birth/position, kindred; similar/akin; having affinity with;

[COGNATUS, COGNATI] : N relation (male), kinsman; (~i regis => contingent of persian king's bodyguard);

[COGNATUS] : (adj.) related by blood (noun) a relative, kinsman.

[COGNITIO, COGNITIONIS] : N getting to know (fact/subject/person); acquaintance; idea/notion; knowledge;

[COGNITIO, COGNITIONIS] : N examination, inquiry/investigation (judicial); acquiring knowledge; recognition;

[COGNITIONALIS, COGNITIONALIS, COGNITIONALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to judicial inquiry/investigation;

[COGNITIONALITER] : ADV by judicial inquiry/investigation;

[COGNITOR, COGNITORIS] : N guarantor of identity; he who knows/is acquainted with (person/thing); attorney;

[COGNITORIUS, COGNITORIA, COGNITORIUM] : ADJ of/concerning an attorney/advocate;

[COGNITURA, COGNITURAE] : N duty of an attorney; office of state attorney/fiscal agent (debts) (l+s);

[COGNITUS, COGNITA, COGNITUM] : ADJ known (from experience/carnally)), tried/proved; noted, acknowledged/recognized;

[COGNITUS, COGNITUS] : N act of getting to know/becoming acquainted with;

[COGNOBILIS, COGNOBILE, COGNOBILIOR -OR -US, COGNOBILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ understandable, intelligible;

[COGNOMEN, COGNOMINIS] : N surname, family/3rd name; name (additional/derived from a characteristic);

[COGNOMEN] : surname, family name, nick-name.

[COGNOMENTUM, COGNOMENTI] : N surname, family/3rd/allusive name; sobriquet; name; cult name of a god;

[COGNOMINATIO, COGNOMINATIONIS] : N surname, family/3rd name; name (additional/derived from a characteristic);

[COGNOMINATUS, COGNOMINATA, COGNOMINATUM] : ADJ derived from (other words) (of words); given (a name); named; called;

[COGNOMINIS, COGNOMINIS, COGNOMINE] : ADJ having the same name; synonymous; like-named;

[COGNOMINO, COGNOMINARE, COGNOMINAVI, COGNOMINATUS] : V give a surname/epithet/sobriquet to a person; name, give a specific name, call;

[COGNOSCENS, (GEN.), COGNOSCENTIS] : ADJ acquainted with; aware of;

[COGNOSCENS, COGNOSCENTIS] : N judge; inquisitor; one taking part/conducting a judicial investigation;

[COGNOSCENTER] : ADV with knowledge; distinctly;

[COGNOSCIBILIS, COGNOSCIBILIS, COGNOSCIBILE] : ADJ recognizable; discernible;

[COGNOSCIBILITER] : ADV recognizably; discernibly;

[COGNOSCITIVUS, COGNOSCITIVA, COGNOSCITIVUM] : ADJ knowing, having the power of knowing, intellectually aware

[COGNOSCO, COGNOSCERE, COGNOVI, COGNITUS] : V become acquainted with/aware of; recognize; learn, find to be; inquire/examine;

[COGNOSCO] : to examine, inquire, learn.

[COGO, COGERE, COEGI, COACTUS] : V collect/gather, round up, restrict/confine; force/compel; convene; congeal; felt

[COGO] : coegi ; coactum ; to compel, restrict, confine / force, compel

[COGO] : coegi, coactum ; to bring together, drive, draw.

[COGO] : to compel, restrict, confine.

[COGO] : to to force, compel, compress.

[COGULO, COGULARE, COGULAVI, COGULATUS] : V curdle (milk); make (liquids) thick/solid, congeal, coagulate; collect together;

[COHABITATIO, COHABITATIONIS] : N cohabitation, living/dwelling together;

[COHABITATOR, COHABITATORIS] : N he who lives/dwells with another;

[COHABITO, COHABITARE, COHABITAVI, COHABITATUS] : V dwell/live together;

[COHAERENS, (GEN.), COHAERENTIS] : ADJ touching, adjacent; holding together, coherent (literary work); being in accord;

[COHAERENTE, COHAERENTIS] : N things (pl.) touching/adjacent; coherent/systematic/connected whole/argument;

[COHAERENTER, COHAERENTIUS, COHAERENTISSIME] : ADV systematically; consistently, compatibly; continuously, uninterruptedly;

[COHAERENTIA, COHAERENTIAE] : N sticking/combining together; organic structure; fact of being contiguous (time);

[COHAEREO, COHAERERE, COHAESI, COHAESUS] : V stick/cling/hold/grow together, adhere; embrace; touch, adjoin, be in contact;

[COHAEREO, COHAERERE, COHAESI, COHAESUS] : V be consistent/coherent; be connected/bound/joined/tied together; be in harmony;

[COHAEREO] : cohero ; cohesi ; cohesum ; to adhere, stick together.

[COHAEREO] : to cling to, correspond to

[COHAEREO] : to cling to, correspond to.

[COHAERES, COHAEREDIS] : N co-heir; joint heir;

[COHAERESCO, COHAERESCERE,] : V cohere; stick, adhere; grow together, unite;

[COHAERO COHERO COHESI COHESUM] : to adhere, stick together

[COHAERO] : to cleave to.

[COHAESUS, COHAESA, COHAESUM] : ADJ pressed together;

[COHERCEO, COHERCERE, COHERCUI, COHERCITUS] : V enclose, confine; restrain, check, curb, repress; limit; preserve; punish;

[COHERCITIO, COHERCITIONIS] : N coercion, restraint, repression; (affliction of summary/right to) punishment;

[COHEREO, COHERERE, COHESI, COHESUS] : V be consistent/coherent; be connected/bound/joined/tied together; be in harmony;

[COHEREO, COHERERE, COHESI, COHESUS] : V stick/cling/hold/grow together, adhere; embrace; touch, adjoin, be in contact;

[COHERES, COHEREDIS] : N co-heir; joint heir;

[COHERESCO, COHERESCERE,] : V cohere; stick, adhere; grow together, unite;

[COHIBEO, COHIBERE, COHIBUI, COHIBITUS] : V hold together, contain; hold back, restrain, curb, hinder; confine; repress;

[COHIBEO] : confine, restrain, hold back, repress.

[COHIBILIS, COHIBILIS, COHIBILE] : ADJ concise; terse; abridged, short (l+s);

[COHIBILITER, COHIBILIUS, COHIBILISSIME] : ADV concisely; tersely;

[COHIBITIO, COHIBITIONIS] : N restriction; compression; restraining, governing (l+s);

[COHIBITUS, COHIBITA, COHIBITUM] : ADJ restrained; confined, limited (l+s); moderate;

[COHONESTO, COHONESTARE, COHONESTAVI, COHONESTATUS] : V honor, grace; do honor/pay respect to; make respectable; prevent baldness (l+s);

[COHORRESCO, COHORRESCERE, COHORRUI] : V shudder; shiver/shake (from emotion/fear/cold/illness);

[COHORS, COHORTIS] : N court; enclosure/yard/pen, farmyard; attendants, retinue, staff; circle; crowd;

[COHORS, COHORTIS] : N cohort, tenth part of legion (360 men); armed force; band; ship crew; bodyguard

[COHORS] : a yard, enclosure / troop, 1/ 10 of a legion.

[COHORS] : a yard, enclosure/ troop, 1/ 10 of a legion.

[COHORTALINUS, COHORTALINA, COHORTALINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to an imperial/praetorian bodyguard (cohort);

[COHORTALIS, COHORTALIS, COHORTALE] : ADJ of/connected with a military/praetorian cohort/company/guard;

[COHORTALIS, COHORTALIS, COHORTALE] : ADJ pertaining to a farm/cattle yard, farmyard-; of/concerned with poultry keeping;

[COHORTATIO, COHORTATIONIS] : N encouragement, exhortation, inciting;

[COHORTATIUNCULA, COHORTATIUNCULAE] : N short exhortation;

[COHORTICULA, COHORTICULAE] : N little/small cohort; (used with contempt);

[COHORTO, COHORTARE, COHORTAVI, COHORTATUS] : V encourage, exhort;

[COHORTOR, COHORTARI, -, COHORTATUS SUM] : V encourage, cheer up; exhort, rouse, incite; admonish;

[COHORTOR] : to encourage, incite, exhort.

[COHOSPES, COHOSPITIS] : N fellow-guest;

[COHOSPITANS, COHOSPITANTIS] : N fellow-guest;

[COHUM, COHI] : N hole in middle of yoke in which pole fits; thong used to attach pole to yoke;

[COHUM, COHI] : N vault/shapelessness/emptiness (of the sky/heavens);

[COHUMIDO, COHUMIDARE, COHUMIDAVI, COHUMIDATUS] : V wet all over; moisten;

[COHURNUS, COHURNI] : N high boot/buskin (worn by greek tragic actors to increase their height);

[COHURNUS, COHURNI] : N elevated/tragic/solemn style; tragic poetry; the tragic stage;

[COICIO, COICERE, COJECI, COJECTUS] : V throw/cast/fling (into area); devote/pour (money); thrust, involve; insert;

[COICIO, COICERE, COJECI, COJECTUS] : V throw/put/pile together; conclude, infer, guess; assign, make go; classify, put;

[COILLUM, COILLI] : N innermost part of the house where the lares were worshiped;

[COIMBIBO, COIMBIBERE, COIMBIBI] : V drink/imbibe together/along with/at the same time;

[COINQUINATIO, COINQUINATIONIS] : N polluting, defiling; pollution;

[COINQUINATUS, COINQUINATA, COINQUINATUM] : ADJ polluted, contaminated, tainted;

[COINQUINO, COINQUINARE, COINQUINAVI, COINQUINATUS] : V befoul/pollute/defile wholly (immorality); contaminate/taint/infect (w/disease);

[COINQUIO, COINQUIRE,] : V cut back, prune; cut off, cut down (l+s);

[COINQUO, COINQUERE,] : V cut back, prune; cut off, cut down (l+s);

[COITIO, COITIONIS] : N meeting, encounter; assemblage; conspiracy, plot, coalition; partnership;

[COITIO, COITIONIS] : N combination; physical/chemical union of elements; (late) sexual intercourse;

[COITUS, COITUS] : N meeting/encounter, gathering; conjunction (planets); meeting place; coalescence;

[COITUS, COITUS] : N union, sexual intercourse; fertilization; gathering/collection (fluid/pus);

[COITUS] : company.

[COIX, COICIS] : N kind of ethiopian palm;

[COJECTO, COJECTARE, COJECTAVI, COJECTATUS] : V throw together; assemble; throw (person in prison); interpret (portent);

[COJECTO, COJECTARE, COJECTAVI, COJECTATUS] : V conjecture, think, imagine, infer, guess, conclude; judge, draw a conclusion;

[COJECTURA, COJECTURAE] : N conjecture/guess/inference/reasoning/interpretation/comparison; prophecy/forecas

[COJUX, COJUGIS] : N spouse/mate/consort; husband (m); wife (f)/bride/fiancee/concubine; yokemate;

[COLAFUS, COLAFI] : N blow with the fist; buffet, cuff; box on the ear (l+s);

[COLAPHIZO, COLAPHIZARE, COLAPHIZAVI, COLAPHIZATUS] : V box one's ears; cuff;

[COLAPHUS, COLAPHI] : N blow with the fist; buffet, cuff; box on the ear (l+s);

[COLATURA, COLATURAE] : N flirtation; that which has been strained;

[COLATUS, COLATA, COLATUM] : ADJ cleansed, cleaned, purified;

[COLEATUS, COLEATA, COLEATUM] : ADJ provided with/having/pertaining to testicles;

[COLEGIUM, COLEGI(I)] : N college/board (priests); corporation; brotherhood/fraternity/guild/colleagueship

[COLENS, (GEN.), COLENTIS] : ADJ honoring, treating respectfully;

[COLENS, COLENTIS] : N reverer, worshiper;

[COLEPHIUM, COLEPHII] : N unidentified preparation of meat; choice/nourishing meat for athletes (l+s);

[COLEPIUM, COLEPII] : N knuckle of beef/pork;

[COLEPIUM, COLEPII] : N unidentified preparation of meat; choice/nourishing meat for athletes (l+s);

[COLES, COLIS] : N stalk/stem; stem of a cabbage/lettuce/etc; cabbage/lettuce; quill; penis;

[COLESCO, COLESCERE, COLUI, COLITUS] : V join/grow together; coalesce; close (wound); become unified/strong/established;

[COLEUS, COLEI] : N testicles (usu.pl.) or scrotum; (rude);

[COLEUS, COLEI] : N leather sack (wine/liquid); liquid measure (20 amphorae/120 gallons);

[COLIAS, COLIAE] : N coly-mackerel (scomber colias); kind of tuna (l+s);

[COLICES, COLICAE] : N remedy for the colic;

[COLICON, COLICI] : N remedy for the colic;

[COLICULUS, COLICULI] : N stalk/stem (small); small cabbage, cabbage sprout; pillar like a stalk/shoot;

[COLICUS, COLICA, COLICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the colic;

[COLIGO, COLIGARE, COLIGAVI, COLIGATUS] : V bind/tie/pack together/up, connect, unite, unify; fetter, bind, put in bonds;

[COLIMBUS, COLIMBI] : N swimming pool;

[COLINA, COLINAE] : N kitchen; portable kitchen; food/fare/board; cooking; place for burnt offerings;

[COLIPHIUM, COLIPHII] : N unidentified preparation of meat; choice/nourishing meat for athletes (l+s);

[COLIS, COLIS] : N stalk/stem; stem of a cabbage/lettuce/etc; cabbage/lettuce; quill; penis;

[COLISATUM, COLISATI] : N kind of vehicle;

[COLLABASCO, COLLABASCERE,] : V waver/totter/become unsteady at the same time; waver/totter with;

[COLLABEFACTO, COLLABEFACTARE, COLLABEFACTAVI, COLLABEFACTATUS] : V cause to topple over; make to reel/totter (l+s); overpower/subdue; melt (metal);

[COLLABEFIO, COLLABEFIERI, -, COLLABEFACTUS SUM] : V collapse/break up; sink together; be overthrown politically/brought to ruin;

[COLLABELLO, COLLABELLARE, COLLABELLAVI, COLLABELLATUS] : V make/form by putting the lips together;

[COLLABOR, COLLABI, -, COLLAPSUS SUM] : V collapse, fall down/in ruin; fall in swoon/exhaustion/death; slip/slink (meet);

[COLLABOR, COLLABI, -, COLLABSUS SUM] : V collapse, fall down/in ruin; fall in swoon/exhaustion/death; slip/slink (meet);

[COLLABORO, COLLABORARE, COLLABORAVI, COLLABORATUS] : V labor/work with/together;

[COLLACERATUS, COLLACERATA, COLLACERATUM] : ADJ torn to pieces; lacerated;

[COLLACERO, COLLACERARE, COLLACERAVI, COLLACERATUS] : V lacerate severely; tear to pieces (l+s);

[COLLACRIMATIO, COLLACRIMATIONIS] : N accompanying tears; weeping/lamenting (together/greatly);

[COLLACRIMO, COLLACRIMARE, COLLACRIMAVI, COLLACRIMATUS] : V weep together, weep in the company of someone; weep over/for (w/acc); bewail;

[COLLACRUMO, COLLACRUMARE, COLLACRUMAVI, COLLACRUMATUS] : V weep together, weep in the company of someone; weep over/for (w/acc); bewail;

[COLLACTANEA, COLLACTANEAE] : N foster-sister; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLACTANEUS, COLLACTANEI] : N foster-brother; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLACTEA, COLLACTEAE] : N foster-sister; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLACTEUS, COLLACTEI] : N foster-brother; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLACTIA, COLLACTIAE] : N foster-sister; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLACTICIA, COLLACTICIAE] : N foster-sister; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLACTICIUS, COLLACTICII] : N foster-brother; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLACTIUS, COLLACTII] : N foster-brother; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLAETOR, COLLAETARI, -, COLLAETATUS SUM] : V rejoice together;

[COLLAMBO, COLLAMBERE, COLLAMBI] : V lick thoroughly; lap/lick up; suck (up), absorb;

[COLLAPSIO, COLLAPSIONIS] : N precipitation, falling together;

[COLLARE, COLLARIS] : N collar, neckband; chain for the neck (l+s);

[COLLARIS, COLLARIS, COLLARE] : ADJ of/pertaining to/belonging to the neck;

[COLLARIS, COLLARIS] : N collar, neckband; chain for the neck (l+s);

[COLLARIUM, COLLARII] : N collar, neckband; chain for the neck (l+s);

[COLLATATUS, COLLATATA, COLLATATUM] : ADJ extended; diffuse;

[COLLATERO, COLLATERARE, COLLATERAVI, COLLATERATUS] : V admit on both sides;

[COLLATICIUS, COLLATICIA, COLLATICIUM] : ADJ contributed, raised/produced by contributions; brought together (l+s); mingled;

[COLLATIO, COLLATIONIS] : N placing/putting together, combination; data collation; (payment of) tribute/tax;

[COLLATIO, COLLATIONIS] : N comparison; (grammatical secunda ~o => comparative, tertia ~o => superlative);

[COLLATITIUS, COLLATITIA, COLLATITIUM] : ADJ contributed, raised/produced by contributions; brought together (l+s); mingled;

[COLLATIVUM, COLLATIVI] : N contribution in money;

[COLLATIVUS, COLLATIVA, COLLATIVUM] : ADJ supplied/produced by contributions from many quarters; collected, combined (l+s)

[COLLATOR, COLLATORIS] : N joint contributor, subscriber; he who brings/places together (l+s); comparer;

[COLLATOR] : contributor.

[COLLATRO, COLLATRARE, COLLATRAVI, COLLATRATUS] : V bark in chorus at; bark/yelp fiercely at (l+s); inveigh against;

[COLLATUS, COLLATUS] : N joining of battle; affray, attack (l+s); contributing (to knowledge, teaching);

[COLLAUDABILIS, COLLAUDABILIS, COLLAUDABILE] : ADJ worthy of praise in every respect;

[COLLAUDATIO, COLLAUDATIONIS] : N high/warm praise; commendation; eulogy;

[COLLAUDATOR, COLLAUDATORIS] : N one who praises highly/warmly;

[COLLAUDO, COLLAUDARE, COLLAUDAVI, COLLAUDATUS] : V praise/extol highly; commend; eulogize;

[COLLAUDO] : to praise very much, approve highly.

[COLLAXO, COLLAXARE, COLLAXAVI, COLLAXATUS] : V loosen; make loose/porous (l+s);

[COLLECTA, COLLECTAE] : N contribution; collection; meeting/assemblage (l+s); collect at mass (eccl.);

[COLLECTACULUM, COLLECTACULI] : N place of assembling; receptacle, reservoir;

[COLLECTANEUS, COLLECTANEA, COLLECTANEUM] : ADJ collected, assembled/gathered together from various sources;

[COLLECTARIUS, COLLECTARII] : N money-changer; banker, cashier;

[COLLECTE] : ADV summarily; briefly;

[COLLECTICIUS, COLLECTICIA, COLLECTICIUM] : ADJ obtained/collected from various quarters; gathered hastily without selection;

[COLLECTIM] : ADV summarily; briefly;

[COLLECTIO, COLLECTIONIS] : N collection/accumulation; gathering, abscess; recapitulation, summary; inference;

[COLLECTITIUS, COLLECTITIA, COLLECTITIUM] : ADJ obtained/collected from various quarters; gathered hastily without selection;

[COLLECTIVUS, COLLECTIVA, COLLECTIVUM] : ADJ proceeding by inference; deductive; gathered together (l+s); collective (noun);

[COLLECTOR, COLLECTORIS] : N collector, one who collects; fellow student (l+s);

[COLLECTUM, COLLECTI] : N that which is collected; (food); collected sayings/writings (pl.);

[COLLECTUS, COLLECTA -UM, COLLECTIOR -OR -US, COLLECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ compact (of style), concise; restricted; contracted, narrow;

[COLLECTUS, COLLECTUS] : N heap/pile; accumulation (of liquid); collection;

[COLLEGA, COLLEGAE] : N colleague (in official/priestly office); associate, fellow (not official);

[COLLEGATARIUS, COLLEGATARII] : N joint legatee; person bequeathed a legacy in common with others;

[COLLEGIALIS, COLLEGIALIS, COLLEGIALE] : ADJ of a collegium (guild/fraternity/board); collegial;

[COLLEGIARIUS, COLLEGIARII] : N member of a collegium (guild/fraternity/society/corporation/board);

[COLLEGIARIUS, COLLEGIARIA, COLLEGIARIUM] : ADJ of a collegium (guild/fraternity/board); collegial;

[COLLEGIATUS, COLLEGIATI] : N member of a collegium (guild/fraternity/society/corporation/board);

[COLLEGIUM, COLLEGI(I)] : N college/board (priests); corporation; brotherhood/fraternity/guild/colleagueship

[COLLEMA, COLLEMATIS] : N that which is glued/cemented together;

[COLLEPROSUS, COLLEPROSI] : N fellow-leper;

[COLLESCO, COLLESCERE, COLLUXI] : V lighten up, become illuminated; become clear/intelligible;

[COLLETICUS, COLLETICA, COLLETICUM] : ADJ suitable for gluing/sticking together;

[COLLETIS, COLLETIS] : N plant;

[COLLEVO, COLLEVARE, COLLEVAVI, COLLEVATUS] : V make (entirely) smooth; smooth;

[COLLIBERTA, COLLIBERTAE] : N fellow freedwoman; (having the same patronus);

[COLLIBERTUS, COLLIBERTI] : N fellow freedman; (having the same patronus);

[COLLIBRO, COLLIBRARE, COLLIBRAVI, COLLIBRATUS] : V measure; measure off (l+s);

[COLLICELLUS, COLLICELLI] : N very small hill;

[COLLICIA, COLLICIAE] : N gutter/drain(pl.) between two inwardly-sloping roofs; gully; field-drain/runnel

[COLLICIARIS, COLLICIARIS, COLLICIARE] : ADJ designed for making gullies; pertaining to water-channels (l+s);

[COLLICULUS, COLLICULI] : N hillock, small hill;

[COLLIDO, COLLIDERE, COLLISI, COLLISUS] : V strike/dash together; crush, batter, deform; set into conflict with each other;

[COLLIGA, COLLIGAE] : N place/cave for gathering natron (native sesquicarbonate of soda); (from dripping

[COLLIGATE] : ADV connectedly, jointly;

[COLLIGATIO, COLLIGATIONIS] : N binding together; bond/connection; thing that binds/connects band; conjunction;

[COLLIGO, COLLIGARE, COLLIGAVI, COLLIGATUS] : V bind/tie/pack together/up, connect, unite/unify; fetter/bind; immobilize, stop;

[COLLIGO, COLLIGERE, COLLEGI, COLLECTUS] : V obtain/acquire, amass; rally; recover; sum up; deduce, infer; compute, add up;

[COLLIGO, COLLIGERE, COLLEXI, COLLECTUS] : V collect, assemble, bring/gather/hold/keep together; combine; harvest; pick up;

[COLLIGO, COLLIGERE, COLLEXI, COLLECTUS] : V obtain/acquire, amass; rally; recover; sum up; deduce, infer; compute, add up;

[COLLIGO, COLLIGERE, COLLEGI, COLLECTUS] : V collect, assemble, bring/gather/hold/keep together; combine; harvest; pick up;

[COLLIGO] : legi, lectum, to collect, gather together, assemble.

[COLLIGO] : legi, lectum, to collect, gather together, assemble

[COLLIGO] : to bind.

[COLLIMITANEUS, COLLIMITANEA, COLLIMITANEUM] : ADJ bordering upon; (w/dat);

[COLLIMITO, COLLIMITARE, COLLIMITAVI, COLLIMITATUS] : V border upon; (w/dat);

[COLLIMITOR, COLLIMITARI, -, COLLIMITATUS SUM] : V border upon; (w/dat);

[COLLIMITUM, COLLIMITI] : N boundary between two countries;

[COLLIMO, COLLIMARE, COLLIMAVI, COLLIMATUS] : V direct (the eyes) sideways; glance sidelong;

[COLLINA, COLLINAE] : N hilly land; goddess of the hills;

[COLLINEATE] : ADV in a straight/direct line; skillfully, artistically;

[COLLINEO, COLLINEARE, COLLINEAVI, COLLINEATUS] : V align, direct, aim; direct in a straight line (l+s);

[COLLINIO, COLLINIARE, COLLINIAVI, COLLINIATUS] : V align, direct, aim; direct in a straight line (l+s);

[COLLINO, COLLINERE, COLLEVI, COLLITUS] : V besmear, smear over; soil, pollute, defile;

[COLLINUS, COLLINA, COLLINUM] : ADJ of/belonging to/pertaining to hills; found/growing on hill (l+s); hilly, hill-;

[COLLIPHIUM, COLLIPHII] : N unidentified preparation of meat; choice/nourishing meat for athletes (l+s);

[COLLIQUEFACIO, COLLIQUEFACERE, COLLIQUEFECI, COLLIQUEFACTUS] : V melt, liquefy; dissolve;

[COLLIQUEFACTUS, COLLIQUEFACTA, COLLIQUEFACTUM] : ADJ made fluid, liquefied, melted; dissolved;

[COLLIQUESCO, COLLIQUESCERE, COLLIQUI] : V melt, liquefy (w/in+acc); turn into by liquefying; melt along with; dissolve;

[COLLIQUIA, COLLIQUIAE] : N gutter/drain (pl.) between two inwardly-sloping roofs; gully; field-drain/runnel

[COLLIQUIARIUM, COLLIQUIARII] : N contrivance (pl.) for reliving air-pressure in water pipes;

[COLLIS, COLLIS] : N hill, hillock, eminence, hill-top; mound; high ground; mountains (pl.) (poetic);

[COLLISIO, COLLISIONIS] : N clash, collision; dashing/striking together (l+s);

[COLLISUS, COLLISA, COLLISUM] : ADJ crushed, flattened;

[COLLISUS, COLLISUS] : N striking/clashing together; collision;

[COLLOCATIO, COLLOCATIONIS] : N placing/siting (together); position; arrangement, ordering (things); marrying;

[COLLOCO, COLLOCARE, COLLOCAVI, COLLOCATUS] : V put together, assemble; settle/establish in a place/marriage; billet; lie down;

[COLLOCO, COLLOCARE, COLLOCAVI, COLLOCATUS] : V place/put/set in order/proper position, arrange; station, post, position; apply;

[COLLOCO] : to place, put, arrange.

[COLLOCO] : to station.

[COLLOCUPLETO, COLLOCUPLETARE, COLLOCUPLETAVI, COLLOCUPLETATUS] : V enrich, make wealthy/very rich; embellish, adorn;

[COLLOCUTIO, COLLOCUTIONIS] : N conversation (private), discussion, debate; conference, parley; talking together

[COLLOCUTOR, COLLOCUTORIS] : N he who talks with another;

[COLLOQUIUM, COLLOQUII] : N talk, conversation; colloquy/discussion; interview; meeting/conference; parley;

[COLLOQUIUM] : speech, conference.

[COLLOQUOR, COLLOQUI, -, COLLOCUTUS SUM] : V talk/speak to/with; talk together/over; converse; discuss; confer, parley;

[COLLUBUS, COLLUBI] : N cost of exchange, agio; discount/fee to change money/make change; coin;

[COLLUCEO, COLLUCERE, COLLUXI] : V shine brightly, light up (with fire); reflect light, shine, be lit up; glitter;

[COLLUCO, COLLUCARE, COLLUCAVI, COLLUCATUS] : V prune; thin out (trees); clear/thin (a forest) (l+s);

[COLLUCTATIO] : wrestling.

[COLLUCTIO, COLLUCTIONIS] : N struggling (physical w/person/animal); struggle, conflict; death struggle/agony;

[COLLUCTOR, COLLUCTARI, -, COLLUCTATUS SUM] : V struggle physically; wrestle/contend (with); struggle/fight against (adversity);

[COLLUCTOR, COLLUCTORIS] : N wrestler; antagonist, adversary;

[COLLUCTOR] : wrestle.

[COLLUDIUM, COLLUDII] : N sporting, playing together; secret, deceptive understanding, collusion;

[COLLUDO, COLLUDERE, COLLUSI, COLLUSUS] : V play/sport together/with; (also) make sport; act in collusion (with);

[COLLUGEO, COLLUGERE, COLLUXI] : V lament; grieve together;

[COLLUM, COLLI] : N neck; throat; head and neck; severed head; upper stem (flower); mountain ridge;

[COLLUM] : neck.

[COLLUMINO, COLLUMINARE, COLLUMINAVI, COLLUMINATUS] : V illuminate;

[COLLUO, COLLUERE, COLLUI, COLLUTUS] : V wash/rinse out; wash/rinse away (impurities); wash together; use as a wash(?);

[COLLURCHINATIO, COLLURCHINATIONIS] : N gormandizing, gross gluttony; guzzling;

[COLLUS, COLLI] : N neck; throat; head and neck; severed head; upper stem (flower); mountain ridge;

[COLLUSIM] : ADV in collusion;

[COLLUSIO, COLLUSIONIS] : N secret/deceptive understanding, collusion;

[COLLUSOR, COLLUSORIS] : N playmate, companion in play; fellow gambler; one in collusion to hurt another;

[COLLUSORIE] : ADV in/by collusion; in a concerted manner (l+s);

[COLLUSTRIUM, COLLUSTRII] : N ceremonial purification (of fields); corporation that procured the purification;

[COLLUSTRO, COLLUSTRARE, COLLUSTRAVI, COLLUSTRATUS] : V illuminate, make bright, light up fully; look over, survey; traverse, explore;

[COLLUTIO, COLLUTIONIS] : N rinsing; washing (l+s);

[COLLUTITO, COLLUTITARE, COLLUTITAVI, COLLUTITATUS] : V soil/defile greatly/thoroughly;

[COLLUTLENTO, COLLUTLENTARE, COLLUTLENTAVI, COLLUTLENTATUS] : V cover over with mud;

[COLLUVIARIS, COLLUVIARIS, COLLUVIARE] : ADJ swilled/slopped, fed on refuse/filth (pigs);

[COLLUVIES, COLLUVIEI] : N muck, decayed matter; refuse/sewage; pig-swill; filth; dregs; cesspool/mire;

[COLLUVIO, COLLUVIONIS] : N jumble/heterogeneous mass; fact/state of contamination, impure mixture; turmoil;

[COLLUVIO, COLLUVIONIS] : N muck, decayed matter; refuse/sewage; pig-swill; filth; dregs; cesspool/mire;

[COLLUVIUM, COLLUVII] : N muck, decayed matter; refuse/sewage; pig-swill; filth; dregs; cesspool/mire;

[COLLYBISTA, COLLYBISTAE] : N money-changer;

[COLLYBUS, COLLYBI] : N (cost of) exchange; agio, discount/fee to change money/make change; coin;

[COLLYRA, COLLYRAE] : N kind of pasta; macaroni/vermicelli (l+s);

[COLLYRICUS, COLLYRICA, COLLYRICUM] : ADJ made with collyra (kind of pasta); of vermicelli (l+s); (vermicelli soup);

[COLLYRIDA, COLLYRIDAE] : N roll/cake; head-dress of women; plant (also called malva erratica);

[COLLYRIOLUM, COLLYRIOLI] : N small suppository; packing; pessary/tent;

[COLLYRIS, COLLYRIDIS] : N roll/cake; head-dress of women; plant (also called malva erratica);

[COLLYRIUM, COLLYRI(I)] : N eye-salve; suppository; packing; pessary/tent (contraceptive); shaft/pillar (l+s

[COLO COLUI CULTUM] : cultivate, cherish

[COLO, COLARE, COLAVI, COLATUS] : V strain/filter (liquid), clarify; purify; remove solids by filtering; wash (gold)

[COLO, COLERE, COLUI, CULTUS] : V live in (place), inhabit; till, cultivate, promote growth; foster, maintain;

[COLO, COLERE, COLUI, CULTUS] : V honor, cherish, worship; tend, take care of; adorn, dress, decorate, embellish;

[COLO] : colui ; cultum ; cultivate, cherish.

[COLOBATHRARIUS, COLOBATHRARII] : N stilt-walker, one who walks on stilts;

[COLOBICUS, COLOBICA, COLOBICUM] : ADJ mutilated;

[COLOBIUM, COLOBII] : N undergarment with short sleeves;

[COLOBON] : ADJ mutilated, curtailed, cut off; in which one syllable is missing (verse);

[COLOBOS, COLOBOS] : ADJ mutilated, curtailed, cut off; in which one syllable is missing (verse);

[COLOBUM, COLOBI] : N undergarment with short sleeves;

[COLOCASIA, COLOCASIAE] : N the egyptian bean (lily); (plant/fruit);

[COLOCASIUM, COLOCASII] : N the egyptian bean (lily) (pl.); (plant/fruit);

[COLOCYNTHA, COLOCYNTHAE] : N kind of gourd; (rude of cunnilingi);

[COLOCYNTHIS, COLOCYNTHIDOS/IS] : N gourd plant/fruit, bitter apple, colocynth (citrullus colocynthis); (purgative);

[COLOCYNTHIS, COLOCYNTHIDIS] : N gourd plant/fruit, bitter apple, colocynth (citrullus colocynthis); (purgative);

[COLOCYNTIS, COLOCYNTIDOS/IS] : N gourd plant/fruit, bitter apple, colocynth (citrullus colocynthis); (purgative);

[COLOEPHIUM, COLOEPHII] : N unidentified preparation of meat; choice/nourishing meat for athletes (l+s);

[COLON, COLI] : N large intestine; pain in the large intestine, colic;

[COLON, COLI] : N part of a line of verse, metrical entity; clause of a period; line, fragment;

[COLONA, COLONAE] : N female farmer/tenant/cultivator of land; farmer's wife; countrywoman (l+s);

[COLONARIUS, COLONARIA, COLONARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to farmer/colonist; rustic;

[COLONATUS, COLONATUS] : N condition of a rustic;

[COLONIA, COLONIAE] : N colony/settlement or people thereof; colony of bees; land attached to a farm;

[COLONIA, COLONIAE] : N possession in land, landed estate, farm; abode, dwelling;

[COLONIARIA, COLONIARIAE] : N native of a colony (female); colonial;

[COLONIARIUS, COLONIARII] : N native of a colony; colonial;

[COLONIARIUS, COLONIARIA, COLONIARIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to/prescribed for a colony, colonial;

[COLONICUS, COLONICA, COLONICUM] : ADJ of/belonging to/prescribed for a colony, colonial; (troops); common/farm (sheep)

[COLONUS, COLONI] : N farmer, cultivator, tiller; tenant-farmer; settler, colonist; inhabitant;

[COLONUS] : tiller of the soil, inhabitant.

[COLOPHON, COLOPHONIS] : N summit; finishing/crowning touch/stroke;

[COLOPHON, COLOPHONOS/IS] : N summit; finishing/crowning touch/stroke;

[COLOR, COLORIS] : N color; pigment; shade/tinge; complexion; outward appearance/show; excuse/pretext

[COLOR] : color, luster.

[COLOR] : color.

[COLORABILIS, COLORABILIS, COLORABILE] : ADJ chromatic; (?) (divided tetrachord into 2 intervals of 1 semitone and 1 of 3);

[COLORATE] : ADV in a specious or plausible manner;

[COLORATILIS, COLORATILIS, COLORATILE] : ADJ sunburnt, brown, tanned;

[COLORATOR, COLORATORIS] : N colorer; house-painter(?); polisher (l+s);

[COLORATUS, COLORATA -UM, COLORATIOR -OR -US, COLORATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ colored; sunburnt/tanned/not pallid; dark complected/swarthy, colored; specious;

[COLORATUS] : colored / dark-complexioned.

[COLORATUS] : colored/ dark-complexioned.

[COLOREUS, COLOREA, COLOREUM] : ADJ multi-colored, variegated;

[COLORIUS, COLORIA, COLORIUM] : ADJ multi-colored, variegated;

[COLORO, COLORARE, COLORAVI, COLORATUS] : V color; paint; dye; tan; make darker; give deceptive color/gloss/appearance to;

[COLORO] : to color.

[COLOS, COLORIS] : N color; pigment; shade/tinge; complexion; outward appearance/show; excuse/pretext

[COLOSSAEUS, COLOSSAEA, COLOSSAEUM] : ADJ colossal, huge, gigantic; much larger than life (statue);

[COLOSSEUS, COLOSSEA, COLOSSEUM] : ADJ colossal, huge, gigantic; much larger than life (statue);

[COLOSSICON] : ADJ colossal, huge, gigantic; much larger than life (statue);

[COLOSSICUS, COLOSSICA, COLOSSICUM] : ADJ colossal, huge, gigantic; much larger than life (statue);

[COLOSSOS, COLOSSI] : N the colossus of rhodes, colossal statue in harbor; any large statue (emperor);

[COLOSSUS, COLOSSI] : N the colossus of rhodes, colossal statue in harbor; any large statue (emperor);

[COLOSTRA, COLOSTRAE] : N colustrum/beestings (first milk from a cow after calving); (term of endearment);

[COLOSTRATIO, COLOSTRATIONIS] : N disease of new-born mammals; (falsely attributed to first milk/beestings);

[COLOSTRATUS, COLOSTRATI] : N one/those afflicted with disease (colostration) from first milk/beestings;

[COLOSTRATUS, COLOSTRATA, COLOSTRATUM] : ADJ afflicted with disease from first milk/beestings;

[COLOSTRUM, COLOSTRI] : N colustrum/beestings (first milk from a cow after calving); (term of endearment);

[COLOTES, COLOTAE] : N gecko/spotted lizard (platdactylus mauretanicus);

[COLPA, COLPAE] : N offense; error; (sense of) guilt; fault/defect (moral/other); sickness/injury;

[COLPA, COLPAE] : N fault/blame/responsibility (w/gen); crime (esp. against chastity); negligence;

[COLUBER, COLUBRI] : N snake; serpent; (forming hair of mythical monsters);

[COLUBRA, COLUBRAE] : N serpent, snake; (forming hair of mythical monsters); furies; (head of) hydra;

[COLUBRIAE] : -ae (fem.) edderwort A. Souter p.60

[COLUBRIFER, COLUBRIFERA, COLUBRIFERUM] : ADJ snaky; snake-haired; (of the gorgon/medusa);

[COLUBRIMODUS, COLUBRIMODA, COLUBRIMODUM] : ADJ snake-like, having the qualities of a snake;

[COLUBRINA, COLUBRINAE] : N plant; (also called bryonia and dracontea);

[COLUBRINUS, COLUBRINA, COLUBRINUM] : ADJ snake-like, having the qualities of a snake, cunning;

[COLUBROSUS, COLUBROSA, COLUBROSUM] : ADJ serpentine, winding;

[COLUM, COLI] : N large intestine, colon; pain in the large intestine, colic;

[COLUM, COLI] : N strainer, filter, sieve; vessel for straining, colander (l+s); wicker fish net;

[COLUMBA, COLUMBAE] : N pigeon; dove; (term of endearment); (bird of venus/symbol of love/gentleness);

[COLUMBAR, COLUMBARIS] : N pigeon compartment/cot/hole; collar for constraint, pillory; niche in sepulcher;

[COLUMBARE, COLUMBARIS] : N pigeon compartment/cot/hole; collar for constraint, pillory; niche in sepulcher;

[COLUMBARIUM, COLUMBARI(I)] : N hole for beam; exit of water-wheel near axle; dove-cot, pigeon house (l+s);

[COLUMBARIUM, COLUMBARI(I)] : N box for pair of pigeons; niche in sepulcher for ashes; hole for oars, oarlock;

[COLUMBARIUS, COLUMBARI(I)] : N pigeon-keeper; oarsman (term of reproach) (l+s);

[COLUMBATIM] : ADV in the manner of doves, like doves, dovey;

[COLUMBINACEUS, COLUMBINACEA, COLUMBINACEUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to pigeons/doves, dove/pigeon-; (~ pullus => young dove);

[COLUMBINUS, COLUMBINI] : N little dove;

[COLUMBINUS, COLUMBINA, COLUMBINUM] : ADJ of pigeons, pigeon-; variety of plants (dove-colored?) (chick-pea/vine/marl);

[COLUMBOR, COLUMBARI, -, COLUMBATUS SUM] : V bill and coo; (like doves);

[COLUMBULA, COLUMBULAE] : N little dove;

[COLUMBULATIM] : ADV in the manner of (little) doves, like (little) doves, dovey;

[COLUMBULUS, COLUMBULI] : N little dove;

[COLUMBUS, COLUMBI] : N male/cock pigeon; (of male persons) (l+s); dove;

[COLUMELLA, COLUMELLAE] : N small column/pillar; pivot of oil-mill; stanchion of catapult; column tombstone;

[COLUMELLARIS, COLUMELLARIS] : N canine teeth (pl.) of horses; grinding teeth of horses (l+s); (pillar-formed);

[COLUMELLARIS, COLUMELLARIS, COLUMELLARE] : ADJ pillar-formed; (of the grinding teeth of horses);

[COLUMEN, COLUMINIS] : N height, peak, summit, zenith; roof, gable, ridge-pole; head, chief; 'keystone';

[COLUMIS, COLUMIS, COLUME] : ADJ safe; unhurt, unimpaired; (?);

[COLUMNA, COLUMNAE] : N column/pillar (building/monument/pedestal/water-clock), post/prop; portico (pl.)

[COLUMNA, COLUMNAE] : N stanchion (press/ballista); water-spout; pillar of fire; penis (rude);

[COLUMNAR, COLUMNARIS] : N marble quarry; stone quarry (l+s);

[COLUMNARIS, COLUMNARIS, COLUMNARE] : ADJ rising in form of a pillar, pillar-like, columnar; (~ lux => pillar of fire);

[COLUMNARIUM, COLUMNARI(I)] : N a pillar-tax, tax on pillars/columns; (applied to fancy houses);

[COLUMNARIUS, COLUMNARII] : N one who was condemned at the columna maenia; criminal; debtor;

[COLUMNARIUS, COLUMNARII] : N frequenter of porticos, idler; builder of columns (?);

[COLUMNATIO, COLUMNATIONIS] : N supporting with/on pillars; support by pillars/columns;

[COLUMNATUS, COLUMNATA, COLUMNATUM] : ADJ supported on/by pillars/columns; provided with/having pillars;

[COLUMNELLA, COLUMNELLAE] : N small column/pillar; pivot of oil-mill; stanchion of catapult; column tombstone;

[COLUMNIFER, COLUMNIFERA, COLUMNIFERUM] : ADJ column-bearing; (~ radius => pillar of fire);

[COLURNUS, COLURNA, COLURNUM] : ADJ made of hazel, of hazel, hazel-;

[COLURUS, COLURA, COLURUM] : ADJ a syllable too short (w/metrum);

[COLURUS, COLURA, COLURUM] : ADJ (two circles) through equinoctial and solstitial points perpendicular at poles;

[COLUS, COLI] : N distaff; woman's concern; spinning; fate's distaff w/threads of life; destiny;

[COLUS, COLUS] : N distaff; woman's concern; spinning; fate's distaff w/threads of life; destiny;

[COLUSTRA, COLUSTRAE] : N colustrum/beestings (first milk from a cow after calving); (term of endearment);

[COLUSTRUM, COLUSTRI] : N colustrum/beestings (first milk from a cow after calving); (term of endearment);

[COLUTEUM, COLUTEI] : N pods (pl.) of an unidentified tree (?); pod-like fruit (l+s);

[COLUTHIUM, COLUTHII] : N kind of gastropod mollusk; kind of snail of dark color (l+s);

[COLYMBAS, COLYMBADOS/IS] : N pickled olive; (swimming in brine l+s);

[COLYMBUS, COLYMBI] : N swimming pool/bath;

[COLYPHIUM, COLYPHII] : N unidentified preparation of meat; choice/nourishing meat for athletes (l+s);

[COLYX, COLYCOS/IS] : N cavern where natron (native sesquicarbonate of soda/alkali) is distilling/drips;

[COM] : ADV together;

[COM] : PREP ABL under command/at the head of; having/containing/including; using/by means of;

[COM] : PREP ABL with, together/jointly/along/simultaneous with, amid; supporting; attached;

[COMA, COMAE] : N hair, hair of the head, mane of animal; wool, fleece; foliage, leaves; rays;

[COMA] : hair of the head, leaves, rays of light.

[COMA] : stalk.

[COMACUM, COMACI] : N aromatic plant (nutmeg?); (substitute for cinnamon); kind of cinnamon (l+s);

[COMACUM] : nutmeg, perhaps (?)

[COMANS, (GEN.), COMANTIS] : ADJ hairy; long-haired; flowing (beard); plumed; leafy; w/foliage; w/radiant train;

[COMARCHUS, COMARCHI] : N headman/chief/governor of a village; burgomeister, mayor;

[COMAROS, COMARI] : N (fruit of) the strawberry-tree (arbitus unedonis); plant (called fragum) (l+s);

[COMATORIUS, COMATORIA, COMATORIUM] : ADJ for the hair; (~ acus => hair-pin);

[COMATUS, COMATA, COMATUM] : ADJ long-haired, having (long) hair; (gallia comata => transalpine gaul); leafy;

[COMATUS, COMATI] : N one having long hair; (esp. as applied to the frankish royals);

[COMATUS, COMATI] : N county, earldom (england); county court (attendance/fine for non-attendance);

[COMAUDIO, COMAUDIRE, COMAUDIVI, COMAUDITUS] : V confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow/limit scope/application;

[COMBARDUS, COMBARDA, COMBARDUM] : ADJ thoroughly stupid;

[COMBENNO, COMBENNONIS] : N those riding together in a benna (kind of (wickerwork?) carriage) (gallic);

[COMBIBO, COMBIBERE, COMBIBI] : V drink completely/together/up; hold back (tears); absorb, soak in; swallow up;

[COMBIBO, COMBIBONIS] : N drinking companion/buddy;

[COMBIBO] : to drink up, suck in.

[COMBINATIO, COMBINATIONIS] : N joining two by two;

[COMBINO, COMBINARE, COMBINAVI, COMBINATUS] : V unite, combine;

[COMBRETUM, COMBRETI] : N plant (unidentified); kind of rush (l+s);

[COMBULLIO, COMBULLIRE, COMBULLIVI, COMBULLITUS] : V boil fully/thoroughly;

[COMBURO, COMBURERE, COMBUSI, COMBUSTUS] : V burn up/away; (w/love); consume/destroy w/fire; reduce to ash, cremate; scald;

[COMBURO, COMBURERE, COMBUSSI, COMBUSTUS] : V burn up/away; (w/love); consume/destroy w/fire; reduce to ash, cremate; scald;

[COMBURO] : to burn up, to ruin, consume.

[COMBUSTIO, COMBUSTIONIS] : N burning, consuming;

[COMBUSTUM, COMBUSTI] : N burn, injury from burning/scalding;

[COMBUSTURA, COMBUSTURAE] : N burning;

[COME, COMES] : N one or more plants of the genus tragopogon, goat's beard or salsify;

[COMEDO COMEDI COMESUM] : to eat up, consume / waste, squander.

[COMEDO, COMEDERE, COMEDI, COMESUS] : V eat up/away, chew up; finish eating; fret, chafe; consume/devour; waste/squander

[COMEDO, COMEDERE, COMEDI, COMESSUS] : V eat up/away, chew up; finish eating; fret, chafe; consume/devour; waste/squander

[COMEDO, COMEDERE, COMEDI, COMESTUS] : V eat up/away, chew up; finish eating; fret, chafe; consume/devour; waste/squander

[COMEDO, COMEDONIS] : N glutton; gourmet; one who spends/squanders his money on feasting/revelling;

[COMEDO, COMESSE,] : V eat up/away, chew up; finish eating; fret, chafe; consume/devour; waste/squander

[COMEDO] : comedi ; comesum ; to eat up, consume/ waste, squander.

[COMEDUS, COMEDI] : N glutton; gourmet; one who spends/squanders his money on feasting/revelling;

[COMES COMITIS] : companion, friend, comrade / count.

[COMES, COMITIS] : N comrade, companion, associate, partner; soldier/devotee/follower of another;

[COMES, COMITIS] : N count, earl (england); official, magnate; occupant of any state office;

[COMES] : comitis ; companion, friend, comrade/ count.

[COMESALITER] : ADV wantonly; jovially;

[COMESATIO, COMESATIONIS] : N carousing, merry-making, feasting, revelry; bacchanial procession/rioting (l+s);

[COMESATOR, COMESATORIS] : N reveller, carouser; one who joins a festive procession (l+s); (vulgate one s);

[COMESOR, COMESORIS] : N glutton, gourmand; member of a dancing-club;

[COMESSALITER] : ADV wantonly; jovially;

[COMESSATIO, COMESSATIONIS] : N carousing, merry-making, feasting, revelry; bacchanial procession/rioting (l+s);

[COMESSATOR, COMESSATORIS] : N reveller, carouser; one who joins a festive procession (l+s);

[COMESTIBILIS, COMESTIBILIS, COMESTIBILE] : ADJ eatable;

[COMESTIO, COMESTIONIS] : N consuming;

[COMESTOR, COMESTORIS] : N glutton, gourmand; member of a dining-club;

[COMESUS, COMESUS] : N eating, consuming;

[COMETA, COMETAE] : N comet; meteor; luminous body in the sky having a trail; (portent of disaster);

[COMETERIUM, COMETERII] : N churchyard; cemetery, burying ground;

[COMETES, COMETAE] : N comet; meteor; luminous body in the sky having a trail; (portent of disaster);

[COMETES] : comet

[COMETES] : comet.

[COMETESSA, COMETESSAE] : N countess, lady; wife of a count/comes; (or widow or daughter);

[COMETISSA COMITISSA] : countess.

[COMETISSA, COMETISSAE] : N countess, lady; wife of a count/comes; (or widow or daughter);

[COMETISSA] : comitissa ; countess.

[COMICE] : ADV in a style suited to comedy; in the manner of comedy;

[COMICUS, COMICA, COMICUM] : ADJ comic, belonging/suited/appropriate to comedy; typical/characteristic of comedy;

[COMICUS, COMICI] : N comic actor, comedian; writer of comedy; comic poet;

[COMINCOMMODUS, COMINCOMMODA, COMINCOMMODUM] : ADJ agreeable/disagreeable; (facetious combination of commodus and incommodus);

[COMINUS] : ADV hand to hand (fight), in close combat/quarters; close at hand; in presence of;

[COMIS, COME, COMIOR -OR -US, COMISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ courteous/kind/obliging/affable/gracious; elegant, cultured, having good taste;

[COMIS] : courteous, kind, friendly.

[COMIS] : courteous, kind, friendly, obliging.

[COMISABUNDUS, COMISABUNDA, COMISABUNDUM] : ADJ carousing, revelling, banqueting; holding a riotous procession (l+s);

[COMISATIO, COMISATIONIS] : N carousing, merry-making, feasting, revelry; bacchanial procession/rioting (l+s);

[COMISATOR, COMISATORIS] : N reveller, carouser; one who joins a festive procession (l+s);

[COMISOR, COMISARI, -, COMISATUS SUM] : V carouse, revel, make merry; hold a festive procession (l+s);

[COMISSABUNDUS, COMISSABUNDA, COMISSABUNDUM] : ADJ carousing, revelling, banqueting; holding a riotous procession (l+s);

[COMISSALITER] : ADV wantonly; jovially;

[COMISSATIO, COMISSATIONIS] : N carousing, merry-making, feasting, revelry; bacchanial procession/rioting (l+s);

[COMISSATOR, COMISSATORIS] : N reveller, carouser; one who joins a festive procession (l+s);

[COMISSOR, COMISSARI, -, COMISSATUS SUM] : V carouse, revel, make merry; hold a festive procession (l+s);

[COMITABILIS, COMITABILIS, COMITABILE] : ADJ attending, accompanying;

[COMITAS, COMITATIS] : N politeness, courtesy; kindness, generosity, friendliness; good taste, elegance;

[COMITATENSIS, COMITATENSIS, COMITATENSE] : ADJ of/pertaining to the dignity/office of courtiers; court-;

[COMITATUS, COMITATA -UM, COMITATIOR -OR -US, COMITATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ accompanied (by/in time); (comp) better attended, having a larger retinue;

[COMITATUS, COMITATUS] : N company of soldiers/mercenaries; war band; company/throng/crowd; rank and file;

[COMITATUS, COMITATUS] : N escort/retinue (of slaves/clients); court of a king; combination, association;

[COMITATUS] : accompanied.

[COMITATUS] : train, retinue, following / war band.

[COMITATUS] : train, retinue, following/ war band.

[COMITER, COMIUS, COMISSIME] : ADV courteously/kindly/civilly, readily; in friendly/sociable manner; w/good will;

[COMITER] : ADV courteously, affably, obligingly, graciously, kindly;

[COMITER] : courteously, in a kindly, friendly manner.

[COMITESSA, COMITESSAE] : N countess, lady; wife of a count/comes; (or widow or daughter);

[COMITIALIS, COMITIALIS, COMITIALE] : ADJ epileptic, suffering from epilepsy; (morbus/vitium ~ => major epilepsy);

[COMITIALIS, COMITIALIS, COMITIALE] : ADJ pertaining to/proper for the comitia (assembly of roman people); electoral;

[COMITIALIS, COMITIALIS] : N epileptic, one who has epilepsy; attacks of epilepsy (pl.);

[COMITIALITER] : ADV by/as a result of epilepsy; epileptically;

[COMITIANUS, COMITIANA, COMITIANUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the comes orientis (byzantine court official);

[COMITIATUS, COMITIATUS] : N assembly of the people in the comitia;

[COMITIATUS, COMITIATI] : N military tribune elected at the assembly of the people in the comitia;

[COMITIO, COMITIARE, COMITIAVI, COMITIATUS] : V offer the sacrifice after which the comitia could be held; go to comitia (l+s);

[COMITISSA, COMITISSAE] : N countess, lady; wife of a count/comes; (or widow or daughter);

[COMITIUM, COMITI(I)] : N place in forum where comitia were held; comitia (pl.), assembly; elections;

[COMITIVUS, COMITIVA, COMITIVUM] : ADJ pertaining to a chief officer;

[COMITIVUS, COMITIVI] : N chief;

[COMITO, COMITARE, COMITAVI, COMITATUS] : V accompany, go along with; attend (funeral); follow (camp); grow alongside;

[COMITO] : to accompany.

[COMITO] : to accompany

[COMITOR, COMITARI, -, COMITATUS SUM] : V join as an attendant, guard/escort; accompany, follow; attend (funeral);

[COMITOR, COMITARI, -, COMITATUS SUM] : V go/be carried with; be retained/stay/grow/join with; be connected with; occur;

[COMITTO] : to entrust, commit.

[COMIUM, COMII] : N county, earldom (england); county court (attendance/fine for non-attendance);

[COMIVA, COMIVAE] : N county, earldom (england); county court (attendance/fine for non-attendance);

[COMMA, COMMAE] : N phrase, part of a line; division of a period (l+s); comma, punctuation mark;

[COMMACERATIO, COMMACERATIONIS] : N dissolution, maceration, steeping to soften;

[COMMACERO, COMMACERARE, COMMACERAVI, COMMACERATUS] : V macerate, soften by steeping in liquid;

[COMMACESCO, COMMACESCERE,] : V grow lean;

[COMMACULO, COMMACULARE, COMMACULAVI, COMMACULATUS] : V stain deeply, pollute, defile; contaminate, defile morally; sully (reputation);

[COMMADEO, COMMADERE, COMMADUI] : V become tender or sodden; become very soft (l+s);

[COMMAGISTER, COMMAGISTRI] : N joint-master (of a collegium);

[COMMALAXO, COMMALAXARE, COMMALAXAVI, COMMALAXATUS] : V soften/subdue completely; make entirely mild (l+s);

[COMMALLEO, COMMALLEARE, COMMALLEAVI, COMMALLEATUS] : V weld on, attach;

[COMMALLIOLO, COMMALLIOLARE, COMMALLIOLAVI, COMMALLIOLATUS] : V weld on, attach;

[COMMANDATICIUS, COMMANDATICIA, COMMANDATICIUM] : ADJ containing a recommendation or introduction (letters); commendatory (l+s);

[COMMANDO, COMMANDERE, COMMANDI, COMMANSUS] : V chew; (chew thoroughly/completely);

[COMMANDUCATIO, COMMANDUCATIONIS] : N chewing, mastication;

[COMMANDUCO, COMMANDUCARE, COMMANDUCAVI, COMMANDUCATUS] : V chew up, chew/masticate thoroughly; chew to pieces (l+s);

[COMMANDUCOR, COMMANDUCARI, -, COMMANDUCATUS SUM] : V chew up, chew/masticate thoroughly; chew to pieces (l+s);

[COMMANEO, COMMANERE, COMMANSI, COMMANSUS] : V remain somewhere constantly;

[COMMANIFESTO, COMMANIFESTARE, COMMANIFESTAVI, COMMANIFESTATUS] : V manifest together;

[COMMANIPLAR, COMMANIPLARIS] : N soldier/comrade of the same maniple; fellow soldier;

[COMMANIPLUS, COMMANIPLI] : N soldier/comrade of the same maniple; fellow soldier;

[COMMANIPULAR, COMMANIPULARIS] : N soldier/comrade of the same maniple; fellow soldier;

[COMMANIPULATIO, COMMANIPULATIONIS] : N companionship in a manipulus;

[COMMANIPULO, COMMANIPULONIS] : N soldier/comrade of the same maniple; fellow soldier;

[COMMANIPULUS, COMMANIPULI] : N soldier/comrade of the same maniple; fellow soldier;

[COMMANUPLAR, COMMANUPLARIS] : N soldier/comrade of the same maniple; fellow soldier;

[COMMANUPULAR, COMMANUPULARIS] : N soldier/comrade of the same maniple; fellow soldier;

[COMMARCEO, COMMARCERE,] : V wither; become wholly faint/inactive;

[COMMARGINO, COMMARGINARE, COMMARGINAVI, COMMARGINATUS] : V furnish with a parapet or railing;

[COMMARITUS, COMMARITI] : N fellow/associate husband; (facetious);

[COMMARTYR, COMMARTYRIS] : N fellow-martyr, companion in martyrdom;

[COMMASCULO, COMMASCULARE, COMMASCULAVI, COMMASCULATUS] : V screw up (one's courage); make manly/firm/courageous (l+s); invigorate/embolden;

[COMMASTICO, COMMASTICARE, COMMASTICAVI, COMMASTICATUS] : V chew;

[COMMATICUS, COMMATICA, COMMATICUM] : ADJ cut up, divided. short;

[COMMATURESCO, COMMATURESCERE, COMMATURUI] : V mature; ripen thoroughly/completely;

[COMMEABILIS, COMMEABILIS, COMMEABILE] : ADJ permeable, that is easily passed through; that easily passes through;

[COMMEATALIS, COMMEATALIS, COMMEATALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to provisions/supplies; accompanying the provisions;

[COMMEATOR, COMMEATORIS] : N go-between, messenger; one who goes