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[GABALUS, GABALI] : N gabali, tribe of gaul;

[GABALUS, GABALI] : N gallows, gibbet;

[GABINIUS, GABINI] : N gabinus; (roman gens name); a. gabinius, consul 58 bc, supporter of caesar;

[GABINIUS, GABINIA, GABINIUM] : ADJ gabinus, roman gens; a. gabinius, consul 58 bc, supporter of caesar;

[GAESUM, GAESI] : N gallic javelin;

[GAIUS, GAI] : N gaius, roman praenomen; abbreviated c.;

[GALACTINUS] : the Milky Way.

[GALATEA, GALATEAE] : N galatia, region of asia minor;

[GALATIA, GALATIAE] : N galatia, region of asia minor;

[GALATICUS, GALATICA, GALATICUM] : ADJ galatian, of/from/belonging to galatia (region of asia minor);

[GALBA, GALBAE] : N small worm, ash borer/larva of ash spinner; fat paunch, big belly;

[GALBA, GALBAE] : N galba (servinus supicius galba, emperor, 69 ad, year of the 4 emperors);

[GALBANEN, GALBANINIS] : N gum resin of umbelliferous plant in persia/syria (species of ferula), galbanum;

[GALBANUM, GALBANI] : N gum resin of umbelliferous plant in persia/syria (species of ferula), galbanum;

[GALBANUS, GALBANA, GALBANUM] : ADJ galbaneous, characteristic of galbanum/gum resin from species of ferula;

[GALBEOLUS, GALBEOLI] : N bee-eater;

[GALBEUS, GALBEI] : N arm-band/filet worn for ornamental/medical purposes;

[GALBINUM, GALBINI] : N greenish-yellow/pale green clothes (pl.) (considered effiminate);

[GALBINUS, GALBINA, GALBINUM] : ADJ greenish-yellow; yellowish; effiminate;

[GALBINUS] : a greenish-yellow color.

[GALBINUS] : a greenish-yellow color

[GALEA, GALEAE] : N helmet;

[GALEA] : helmet.

[GALEATUS, GALEATA, GALEATUM] : ADJ helmeted;

[GALEO, GALEARE, GALEAVI, GALEATUS] : V to cover with a helmet;

[GALERICULUM, GALERICULI] : N skull-cap; wig;

[GALERITUS, GALERITA, GALERITUM] : ADJ wearing a hood or skull-cap;

[GALERUM, GALERI] : N cap or hat made of skin; ceremonial hat (worn by pontifices/flamines); wig;

[GALERUS, GALERI] : N cap or hat made of skin; ceremonial hat (worn by pontifices/flamines); wig;

[GALILAEA, GALILAEAE] : N galilee;

[GALILAEUS, GALILAEA, GALILAEUM] : ADJ galilean;

[GALLIA, GALLIAE] : N gaul; (early northern italy, then south-east france, then france and belgium);

[GALLIAMBUS, GALLIAMBI] : N song of the priests of cybele;

[GALLIARIUM, GALLIARII] : N hen-house;

[GALLIARIUS, GALLIARII] : N one who looks after poultry;

[GALLIARIUS, GALLIARIA, GALLIARIUM] : ADJ of/for poultry; (in proper names, situa ~ => forest in campania);

[GALLICULA, GALLICULAE] : N small gallic shoe, galosh; sandal; (wooden shoe/sandal w/leather thongs);

[GALLICUS, GALLICA, GALLICUM] : ADJ gallic, of gaul, of the gauls;

[GALLINA, GALLINAE] : N hen;

[GALLINA] : hen

[GALLINA] : hen.

[GALLINACEUS, GALLINACEA, GALLINACEUM] : ADJ of/belonging to domestic poultry, poultry-; (cunila ~ => wild majoram);

[GALLINACIUS, GALLINACIA, GALLINACIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to domestic poultry, poultry-; (cunila ~ => wild majoram);

[GALLINARIUS, GALLINARII] : N poultry farmer;

[GALLINARIUS, GALLINARIA, GALLINARIUM] : ADJ of poultry;

[GALLO] : cock

[GALLO] : cock.

[GALLUS, GALLA, GALLUM] : ADJ gallic, of gaul/the gauls; class of gladiator w/gallic armor; (also galatian?);

[GALLUS, GALLI] : N gaul; the gauls (pl.);

[GALLUS, GALLI] : N cock, rooster;

[GAMMARUS, GAMMARI] : N lobster, sea crab;

[GANDAVUM] : Ghent.

[GANEA GANEUM] : brothel.

[GANEA GANEUM] : brothel

[GANEA, GANEAE] : N common eating house (resort of undesirable characters); gluttonous eating;

[GANEO, GANEONIS] : N glutton, debauchee;

[GANEUM, GANEI] : N common eating house (resort of undesirable characters); gluttonous eating;

[GANNIO, GANNIRE,] : V whimper, snarl (of dogs); snarl (people), speak in ill natured/hostile manner;

[GANNITUSUS, GANNITUSUS] : N yelping, snarling;

[GARISMATIUM] : fish-sauce factory

[GARRIO, GARRIRE, GARRIVI, GARRITUS] : V chatter, prattle, jabber; talk rapidly; talk/write nonsense;

[GARRIO] : to chatter, babble.

[GARRIO] : to chatter, babble

[GARRIO] : to prate, chatter.

[GARRULITAS] : prating, chattering, talkativeness.

[GARRULUS, GARRULA, GARRULUM] : ADJ chattering, garrulous; blabbing;

[GARRULUS] : chattering, talkative, garrulous.

[GARRULUS] : noising, talkative.

[GARRULUS] : noising, talkative

[GARUM, GARI] : N fish-sauce;

[GARUM] : a fermented fish sauce.

[GARUM] : a fermented fish sauce

[GARUNNA, GARUNNAE] : N garonne, river in sw gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[GARYOPHYLLON, GARYOPHYLLI] : N dried flower-buds of the clove; cloves;

[GAUDEO, GAUDERE, -, GAVISUS SUM] : V be glad, rejoice;

[GAUDEO] : (+ abl. of specification) to take delight in.

[GAUDEO] : (gavisus) to rejoice, take delight

[GAUDEO] : (gavisus) to rejoice, take delight.

[GAUDEO] : to rejoice, be joyful, take pleasure in.

[GAUDIMONIUM, GAUDIMONI(I)] : N joy; time of joy/jollity, festal day (souter);

[GAUDIUM, GAUDI(I)] : N everlasting blessedness;

[GAUDIUM, GAUDI(I)] : N joy, delight, gladness; source/cause of joy; physical/sensual delight;

[GAUDIUM] : * joy.

[GAUDIUM] : joy, delight, happiness.

[GAUISUS] : (< gaudeo) rejoicing, joyous, glad, happy

[GAUISUS] : (< gaudeo) rejoicing, joyous, glad, happy.

[GAUNACA, GAUNACAE] : N oriental cloak;

[GAUNACUM, GAUNACI] : N oriental cloak;

[GAUNACUMA, GAUNACUMAE] : N oriental cloak;

[GAUSAPA, GAUSAPAE] : N cloth of woolen frieze; cloak of this material;

[GAUSAPE, GAUSAPIS] : N cloth of woolen frieze; cloak of this material;

[GAZA, GAZAE] : N (royal) treasure;

[GAZA] : treasure.

[GAZOFILACIUM, GAZOFILACII] : N treasury (royal); offertory box;

[GAZOPHYLACHIUM, GAZOPHYLACHII] : N treasury (royal); offertory box;

[GEHENNA, GEHENNAE] : N hell; (from valley near jerusalem where children were sacrificed to moloch);

[GEHENNALIS, GEHENNALIS, GEHENNALE] : ADJ hellish, of hell; (from valley where children were sacrificed to moloch);

[GELAMEN] : assembly, gathering.

[GELAMEN] : assembly, gathering

[GELASINUS, GELASINI] : N dimple;

[GELASIUS, GELASI] : N gelasius; (i - st./pope 492-496, said primacy of pope derived from christ);

[GELEA] : wild gourd

[GELIDA, GELIDAE] : N ice cold water;

[GELIDE] : ADV sluggishly, without enthusiasm; coldly, weakly, feebly;

[GELIDE] : coldly, weakly, feebly

[GELIDE] : coldly, weakly, feebly.

[GELIDUS, GELIDA, GELIDUM] : ADJ ice cold, icy;

[GELIDUS] : cold, frosty, icy, freezing

[GELIDUS] : icy.

[GELO, GELARE, GELAVI, GELATUS] : V cause to freeze; (pass.) be frozen, be chilled;

[GELO] : to freeze

[GELO] : to freeze.

[GELU, GELUS] : N frost, ice, snow; frosty weather; cold, chilliness (of old age/death/fear);

[GELU] : frost, chill, cold

[GELU] : frost, chill, cold.

[GELUM, GELI] : N frost, ice, snow; frosty weather; cold, chilliness (of old age/death/fear);

[GELUS, GELUS] : N frost, ice, snow; frosty weather; cold, chilliness (of old age/death/fear);

[GELUS] : icy coldness.

[GEMBLACENSIS] : Gembloux.

[GEMEBUNDUS, GEMEBUNDA, GEMEBUNDUM] : ADJ groaning, sighing;

[GEMELLIPARA, GEMELLIPARAE] : N twin-bearing;

[GEMELLUS, GEMELLA, GEMELLUM] : ADJ twin-born;

[GEMELLUS, GEMELLI] : N twin;

[GEMINALIS] : culivated sage, clary

[GEMINO, GEMINARE, GEMINAVI, GEMINATUS] : V double; repeat; double the force of; pair (with);

[GEMINO] : to double

[GEMINO] : to double.

[GEMINUS, GEMINA, GEMINUM] : ADJ twin, double; twin-born; both;

[GEMINUS, GEMINI] : N twins (pl.);

[GEMINUS] : twinned / double / paired / half and half

[GEMINUS] : twinned/ double/ paired/ half and half.

[GEMITUS, GEMITUS] : N groan, sigh; roaring;

[GEMITUS] : groan, moan.

[GEMMA, GEMMAE] : N bud; jeweli gem, precious stone, amber; cup (material); seal, signet; game piece

[GEMMA] : gem.

[GEMMARIUS, GEMMARI(I)] : N jeweller;

[GEMMATUS, GEMMATA, GEMMATUM] : ADJ jeweled;

[GEMMEUS, GEMMEA, GEMMEUM] : ADJ set with precious stones;

[GEMMIFER, GEMMIFERA, GEMMIFERUM] : ADJ bearing or producing seeds;

[GEMMO, GEMMARE, GEMMAVI, GEMMATUS] : V bud, come into bud, put out buds;

[GEMO, GEMERE, GEMUI, GEMITUS] : V moan, groan; lament (over); grieve that; give out a hollow sound (music, hit);

[GEMO] : to sigh, groan, wail.

[GENA, GENAE] : N cheeks (pl.); eyes;

[GENAVA, GENAVAE] : N geneva, city in gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[GENEALOGIA, GENEALOGIAE] : N genealogy;

[GENEALOGUS, GENEALOGI] : N genealogist;

[GENER, GENERI] : N son in law;

[GENERALIS, GENERALIS, GENERALE] : ADJ general, generic; shared by/common to a class/kind; of the nature of a thing;

[GENERALITER] : ADV generally, in general;

[GENERASCO, GENERASCERE, I, US] : V to be produced, come to birth;

[GENERASCO] : to be produced, to be born.

[GENERASCO] : to be produced, to be born

[GENERATIM] : ADV by tribes/kinds; generally;

[GENERATIM] : by kinds, according to classes / generally, in general

[GENERATIM] : by kinds, according to classes/ generally, in general.

[GENERATIO, GENERATIONIS] : N generation, action/process of procreating, begetting; generation of men/family;

[GENERATOR, GENERATORIS] : N begetter, father, sire;

[GENERO, GENERARE, GENERAVI, GENERATUS] : V beget, father, produce, procreate; spring/descend from (passive);

[GENERO] : to beget, engender, produce, create

[GENERO] : to beget, engender, produce, create.

[GENERO] : to engender, beget.

[GENEROSE, GENEROSIUS, GENEROSISSIME] : ADV nobly; with dignity;

[GENEROSE] : nobly

[GENEROSE] : nobly.

[GENEROSITAS] : * noble breed.

[GENEROSUS, GENEROSA, GENEROSUM] : ADJ noble, of noble birth; of good family/stock;

[GENEROSUS] : of noble birth, aristocratic, well-bred.

[GENEROSUS] : of noble birth, aristocratic, well-bred

[GENES, GENESIS] : N birth, nativity, begining; one's birth (astrologically), horoscope, destiny;

[GENESTA, GENESTAE] : N spanish broom, greenweed and similar shrubs;

[GENETIVUS, GENETIVA, GENETIVUM] : ADJ acquired at birth;

[GENETRIX, GENETRICIS] : N mother, ancestress;

[GENETRIX] : mother.

[GENIALIS, GENIALIS, GENIALE] : ADJ nuptial, connected with marriage; festive, merry, genial;

[GENIALIS] : lust-producing.

[GENICULATUS, GENICULATA, GENICULATUM] : ADJ knotty, full of knots;

[GENIMEN, GENIMINIS] : N product, fruit; progeny; brood (pl.); (~ viperarum => brood of vipers);

[GENISTA, GENISTAE] : N spanish broom, greenweed and similar shrubs;

[GENITAL, GENITALIS] : N reproductive/genital organs (male or female); seminal fluid;

[GENITALIS, GENITALIS, GENITALE] : ADJ of creation/procreation, reproductive; fruitful; connected with birth, inborn;

[GENITALIS] : fruitful.

[GENITOR, GENITORIS] : N father; creator; originator;

[GENITOR] : sire, genitor.

[GENITUS, GENITA, GENITUM] : ADJ begotten; engendered;

[GENITUS] : sired, begotten, scion.

[GENIUS, GENI(I)] : N guardian spirit; taste, inclination; appetite; talent; prophetic skill;

[GENIUS, GENI] : N genius;

[GENO, GENERE,] : V give birth to, bring forth, bear; beget; be born (passive);

[GENS, GENTIS] : N tribe, clan; nation, people; gentiles;

[GENS] : clan, race, nation, people, tribe.

[GENS] : nation, "people".

[GENTIACA] : = gentiana ; gentian Dioscorides

[GENTICUS, GENTICA, GENTICUM] : ADJ of a nation, national;

[GENTILICIUS, GENTILICIA, GENTILICIUM] : ADJ of or belonging to a particular roman gens; tribal, national;

[GENTILIS, GENTILIS, GENTILE] : ADJ of the same gens; of the same house or family/tribe or race;

[GENTILITAS] : heathenism.

[GENTILITIUS, GENTILITIA, GENTILITIUM] : ADJ of or belonging to a particular roman gens; tribal, national;

[GENU, GENUS] : N knee;

[GENUAL, GENUALIS] : N leggings (pl.);

[GENUFLECTO, GENUFLECTERE, GENUFLEXI, GENUFLEXUS] : V kneel (down); genuflect; bend the knee;

[GENUINUS, GENUINI] : N back-tooth, molar;

[GENUS HOMINUM] : human race.

[GENUS, GENERIS] : N birth; kind, class, rank; mode, method; sort, style; race, family; noble birth;

[GENUS] : class, high birth, child, description.

[GENUS] : kind, sort, class, category.

[GEOGRAPHIA, GEOGRAPHIAE] : N geography;

[GEOMETRES, GEOMETRAE] : N geometer;

[GEOMETRIA, GEOMETRIAE] : N geometry;

[GEOMETRICUS, GEOMETRICA, GEOMETRICUM] : ADJ geometrical;

[GEOMETRICUS, GEOMETRICI] : N geometer;

[GEORGICUS, GEORGICA, GEORGICUM] : ADJ agricultural;

[GERGOVIA, GERGOVIAE] : N gergovia; town of the arverni in central gaul;

[GERMANA, GERMANAE] : N sister, own sister; full sister;

[GERMANIA, GERMANIAE] : N germany;

[GERMANITAS, GERMANITATIS] : N brotherhood, sisterhood; affinity between things deriving from the same source;

[GERMANUS, GERMANA, GERMANUM] : ADJ own/full (of brother/sister); genuine, real, actual, true;

[GERMANUS, GERMANI] : N germans (pl.);

[GERMANUS, GERMANI] : N own brother; full brother;

[GERMEN, GERMINIS] : N sprout, bud; shoot;

[GERMEN] : offshoot, germ.

[GERMINO, GERMINARE, GERMINAVI, GERMINATUS] : V to sprout forth;

[GERO, GERERE, GESSI, GESTUS] : V bear, carry, wear; carry on; manage, govern; (se gerere = to conduct oneself);

[GERO] : to carry, bear, wear/ bear, give birth to/ to carry about.

[GERO] : to carry, bear, wear / bear, give birth to / to carry about.

[GERO] : to have, bear.

[GERO] : to have, bear

[GERO] : to transact.

[GERONTEA] : -ae, groundsel Greek

[GERRA, GERRAE] : N wattled twigs (pl.); trifles, nonsense;

[GERRA, GERRAE] : N war; retaliation, feud;

[GERRO, GERRONIS] : N term of opprobrium/disgrace/reproach; buffoon?;

[GERULA, GERULAE] : N bearer (female), porter, carrier; she who bears/carries (l+s); worker bee;

[GERULUM, GERULI] : N bearer, carrier;

[GERULUS, GERULI] : N bearer, porter, carrier; doer, one who does something;

[GERULUS] : messenger.

[GES OMFALOS] : navelwort, cotyledon Greek

[GESTAMEN, GESTAMINIS] : N something worn or carried on the body;

[GESTICULOR, GESTICULARI, -, GESTICULATUS SUM] : V gesticulate; make mimic or pantomimic movements;

[GESTIO, GESTIRE, GESTIVI, GESTITUS] : V be eager, wish passionately; gesticulate, express strong feeling, exult;

[GESTIO] : to

[GESTO, GESTARE, GESTAVI, GESTATUS] : V bear, carry; wear;

[GESTO] : to carry, bear about.

[GESTUM (GERO)] : carriage, bearing/ having borne.

[GESTUM (GERO)] : carriage, bearing / having borne.

[GESTUM (GERO)] : carrying about, conduct (oneself).

[GESTUM, GESTI] : N what has been carried out, a business; deeds (pl.), exploits;

[GESTUS, GESTUS] : N movement of the limbs, bodily action, carriage, gesture; performance (duty);

[GIBBER, GIBBERA, GIBBERUM] : ADJ humpbacked;

[GIBBER, GIBBERIS] : N hump;

[GIBBEROSUS, GIBBEROSA, GIBBEROSUM] : ADJ humpbacked;

[GIBBUS, GIBBA, GIBBUM] : ADJ bulging, protuberant;

[GIBBUS, GIBBI] : N protuberance/lump on the body;

[GIGANS, GIGANTIS] : N giant; giant; the giants (pl.); (race defeated by the olympians);

[GIGANTEUS, GIGANTEA, GIGANTEUM] : ADJ of/connected with the giants; like that of the giants;

[GIGARUS] : edderwort Gallic

[GIGAS, GIGANTOS/IS] : N giant; giant; the giants (pl.); (race defeated by the olympians);

[GIGNO (GENUIT)] : to bring forth, bear, beget, father.

[GIGNO, GIGNERE, GENUI, GENITUS] : V give birth to, bring forth, bear; beget; be born (passive);

[GILARUS] : (-um?) thyme Gallic

[GILVUS, GILVA, GILVUM] : ADJ pale yellow;

[GIMEL, UNDECLINED] : N gimel; (3rd letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as g);

[GINGIBER] : ginger.

[GINGIDION] : pepperwort Dioscorides

[GINGIVA, GINGIVAE] : N gum (in which the teeth are set);

[GIT, UNDECLINED] : N black cummin (nigella sativa); roman coriander (l+s); melanthion/melanspermon;

[GIT; GITH; GICTI] : black cumin, gith, fitches Nigella sativa (L.) Habitat ; Eastern Mediterranean J.I. Miller, p.113

[GITH, UNDECLINED] : N black cummin (nigella sativa); roman coriander (l+s); melanthion/melanspermon;

[GITTI, UNDECLINED] : N black cummin (nigella sativa); roman coriander (l+s); melanthion/melanspermon;

[GLABA, GLABAE] : N clod; cultivated soil; lump, mass;

[GLABER, GLABRA, GLABRUM] : ADJ hairless, smooth;

[GLACIALIS, GLACIALIS, GLACIALE] : ADJ icy, frozen;

[GLACIALIS] : icy, frozen, full of ice.

[GLACIES, GLACIEI] : N ice; ice fields (pl.);

[GLACIES] : ice.

[GLACIO, GLACIARE, GLACIAVI, GLACIATUS] : V to freeze;

[GLADIATOR, GLADIATORIS] : N gladiator;

[GLADIATORIA] : -ae, (fem.) pondweed

[GLADIATORIUS, GLADIATORIA, GLADIATORIUM] : ADJ gladiatorial;

[GLADIATURA, GLADIATURAE] : N profession of gladiator;

[GLADIUS, GLADI(I)] : N sword;

[GLADIUS] : sword.

[GLAEBA, GLAEBAE] : N clod/lump of earth/turf; land, soil; hard soil; piece, lump, mass;

[GLAESUM, GLAESI] : N amber;

[GLANDIFER, GLANDIFERA, GLANDIFERUM] : ADJ acorn-bearing;

[GLANDINUM] : oil made of acorns Dioscorides

[GLANO] : = glanx ; acorn

[GLANS, GLANDIS] : N acorn; beachnut; bullet thrown from a sling;

[GLAREA, GLAREAE] : N gravel;

[GLAREOSUS, GLAREOSA, GLAREOSUM] : ADJ gravelly;

[GLAUCIA] : -ae sweet new wine Dioscorides

[GLAUCIUM] : fleabane Greek

[GLAUCOM, GLAUCOMIS] : N disease of the eye, cataract;

[GLAUCOMA, GLAUCOMATIS] : N disease of the eye, cataract; 'mist before the eyes' (erasmus);

[GLAUCUS, GLAUCA, GLAUCUM] : ADJ bluish gray;

[GLEBA, GLEBAE] : N clod/lump of earth/turf; land, soil; hard soil; piece, lump, mass;

[GLEBA] : soil.

[GLEBULA, GLEBULAE] : N little clod or lump; a little farm or estate;

[GLECHON] : fleabane; catmint Greek

[GLESUM, GLESI] : N amber;

[GLIS, GLIRIS] : N dormouse;

[GLISCO, GLISCERE,] : V swell; increase in power or violence;

[GLIUS] : gum Greek, Dioscorides, p.163

[GLOBOSUS, GLOBOSA, GLOBOSUM] : ADJ round, spherical;

[GLOBULUS, GLOBULI] : N globule;

[GLOBUS, GLOBI] : N ball, sphere; dense mass, close packed throng, crowd; clique, band; globe;

[GLOMERAMEN, GLOMERAMINIS] : N round mass, globe;

[GLOMERO, GLOMERARE, GLOMERAVI, GLOMERATUS] : V collect, amass, assemble; form into a ball;

[GLOMUS, GLOMERIS] : N ball-shaped mass; ball made by winding, ball of thread, skein;

[GLORIA IN ALTISSIMIS DEO ET IN TERRA PAX HOMINIBUS BONAE VOLUNTATIS. ] : PHRASE Glory to god in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.

[GLORIA, GLORIAE] : N glory, fame; ambition; renown; vainglory, boasting;

[GLORIA] : fame, renown, glory.

[GLORIATIO, GLORIATIONIS] : N exaulting, boasting, vaunting, glorying;

[GLORIFICATIO, GLORIFICATIONIS] : N glorification;

[GLORIFICO, GLORIFICARE, GLORIFICAVI, GLORIFICATUS] : V glorify; magnify, honor, worship (def); exalt in thought/speech; uplift;

[GLORIFICO] : to glorify, adorn, exalt.

[GLORIFICUS] : glorious, full of glory.

[GLORIOLA, GLORIOLAE] : N little glory;

[GLORIOR, GLORIARI, -, GLORIATUS SUM] : V boast, brag; glory, pride oneself;

[GLORIOR] : to glory, boast, pride oneself.

[GLORIOR] : to glory, brag, boast, pride oneself.

[GLORIOR] : to pride oneself, boast, glory in

[GLORIOR] : to pride oneself, boast, glory in.

[GLORIOSE, GLORIOSIUS, GLORIOSISSIME] : ADV gloriously, magnificently; pompously, boastfully;

[GLORIOSUS, GLORIOSA -UM, GLORIOSIOR -OR -US, GLORIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ glorious, full of glory; famous, renowned; boastful, conceited; ostentatious;

[GLOSARIUM, GLOSARII] : N an unusual word requiring explanation (contemptous diminutive);

[GLOSEMA, GLOSEMATIS] : N an unusual word requiring interpretation; collection/list (pl.) of such words;

[GLOSSA, GLOSSAE] : N glossary, collection/list of unfamiliar words;

[GLOSSEMA, GLOSSEMATIS] : N an unusual word requiring interpretation; collection/list (pl.) of such words;

[GLUBEO, GLUBERE,] : V shed its bark; (of a tree);

[GLUBO, GLUBERE, GLUPSI, GLUPTUS] : V peel; strip the bark from; rob;

[GLUMA, GLUMAE] : N husks of grain; barley husks (pl.) (l+s);

[GLUTEN, GLUTINIS] : N glue, paste; gum; adhesive; solder (douay); connecting tie/band/bond (l+s);

[GLUTEN] : glue

[GLUTEN] : glue.

[GLUTINATOR, GLUTINATORIS] : N one who glues books, a bookbinder;

[GLUTINUM, GLUTINI] : N glue, paste; gum; adhesive; solder (douay); connecting tie/band/bond (l+s);

[GLUTIO, GLUTIRE,] : V to swallow, gulp down;

[GLUTO, GLUTONIS] : N glutton;

[GLUTO] : glutton

[GLUTO] : glutton.

[GLUTTIO, GLUTTIRE,] : V to swallow, gulp down;

[GLUTTIO] : to swallow, gulp down

[GLUTTO, GLUTTONIS] : N glutton;

[GLYCIA] : (-ea) name of a drug Greek

[GLYCYRRHIZETICUS] : (adj.) of liquorice Dioscorides

[GLYCYS] : new wine (?)Pliny Greek

[GLYS] : = glavx ; wart cress Dioscorides

[GNAEUS, GNAEI] : N gnaeus, roman praenomen; abbreviated cn.;

[GNARE] : expertly, wisely.

[GNARITAS] : knowledge

[GNARITAS] : knowledge.

[GNARUS, GNARA, GNARUM] : ADJ having knowledge or experience of; known;

[GNARUS] : knowing, acquainted with, expert

[GNARUS] : knowing, acquainted with, expert.

[GNARUS] : skilful, wise, knowing.

[GNASCOR, GNASCI, -, GNATUS SUM] : V be produced spontaneously, come into existance/being; spring forth, grow; live;

[GNASCOR, GNASCI, -, GNATUS SUM] : V be born/begotten/formed/destined; rise (stars), dawn; start, originate; arise;

[GNATA, GNATAE] : N daughter;

[GNATUS, GNATI] : N son; child; children (pl.);

[GNECOS, GNECI] : N safflower (carthamus tinctorius); similar thistle;

[GOBIO, GOBIONIS] : N small fish; (of the gudgeon kind); (used for bait); (gobio);

[GOBIUS, GOBII] : N small fish; (of the gudgeon kind); (used for bait); (gobio);

[GOMOR, UNDECLINED] : N gomor/gomer/omer, jewish dry measure] : (over two bushels);

[GOMOS] : = perhaps miswriting of zomos ( p.163) soup, sauce Greek

[GONGER, GONGRI] : N conger eel; sea eel (l+s);

[GORYTOS, GORYTI] : N quiver, case holding arrows;

[GORYTUS, GORYTI] : N quiver, case holding arrows;

[GOTHICUS, GOTHICA, GOTHICUM] : ADJ gothic; of/belonging to the goths;

[GOTHUS, GOTHI] : N goth; (tribe of northern germany);

[GRABATTUS, GRABATTI] : N cot, camp bed, pallet; low couch or bed; (usu.) mean/wretched bed/couch;

[GRABATUS, GRABATI] : N cot, camp bed, pallet; low couch or bed; (usu.) mean/wretched bed/couch;

[GRACILIS, GRACILE, GRACILIOR -OR -US, GRACILLIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ slender, thin, slim, slight; fine, narrow; modest, unambitious, simple, plain;

[GRACULUS, GRACULI] : N jackdaw;

[GRADARIUS, GRADARIA, GRADARIUM] : ADJ going step by step;

[GRADATIM] : ADV step by step, by degrees;

[GRADATIO, GRADATIONIS] : N climax; (rhetoric);

[GRADIOR, GRADI, -, GRESSUS SUM] : V walk, step, take steps, go, advance;

[GRADIOR] : to conduct one's self, walk, live.

[GRADUS, GRADUS] : N step; position;

[GRAECA SUNT, NON LEGUNTUR. ] : PHRASE It is greek, you don't read that.

[GRAECANICUS, GRAECANICA, GRAECANICUM] : ADJ greek, of greek origin; (erasmus);

[GRAECATUS, GRAECATA, GRAECATUM] : ADJ greek, written in greek;

[GRAECIA, GRAECIAE] : N greece;

[GRAECISSO, GRAECISSARE, GRAECISSAVI, GRAECISSATUS] : V to imitate the greeks;

[GRAECITAS, GRAECITATIS] : N greek language; (erasmus);

[GRAECOR, GRAECARI, -, GRAECATUS SUM] : V to imitate the greeks;

[GRAECULUS, GRAECULA, GRAECULUM] : ADJ grecian, greek (mostly in a contemptuous sense);

[GRAECUS, GRAECA, GRAECUM] : ADJ greek;

[GRAECUS, GRAECI] : N greek; the greeks (pl.);

[GRALLATOR, GRALLATORIS] : N one that walks on stilts;

[GRAMEN, GRAMINIS] : N grass, turf; herb; plant;

[GRAMEN] : grass.

[GRAMINEUS, GRAMINEA, GRAMINEUM] : ADJ of grass, grassy; made of grass or turf;

[GRAMMATICA, GRAMMATICAE] : N grammar; philology;

[GRAMMATICE] : ADV with strict observance of grammatical rules, grammatically;

[GRAMMATICI CERTANT, ET ADHUC SUB IUDICE LIS EST. ] : PHRASE The scolars quarrel, and the case lies still undecided in the hands of the judge. (on that point the learned disagree.)

[GRAMMATICUS, GRAMMATICI] : N grammarian; philologist; scholar, expert on linguistics/literature;

[GRAMMATICUS, GRAMMATICA, GRAMMATICUM] : ADJ grammatical, of grammar;

[GRAMMATISTA, GRAMMATISTAE] : N one who teaches letters; elementary schoolamster;

[GRANARIUM, GRANARII] : N granary;

[GRANATUS, GRANATA, GRANATUM] : ADJ containing many seeds only in malum/pomum granatum => pomegranate fruit/tree;

[GRANATUS, GRANATUS] : N production of a crop;

[GRANDAEVUS, GRANDAEVA, GRANDAEVUM] : ADJ of great age, old;

[GRANDAEVUS] : old, aged.

[GRANDESCO, GRANDESCERE,] : V grow, increase in size or quantity;

[GRANDICULUS, GRANDICULA, GRANDICULUM] : ADJ rather large;

[GRANDIFER, GRANDIFERA, GRANDIFERUM] : ADJ producing great profits;

[GRANDILOQUUS, GRANDILOQUA, GRANDILOQUUM] : ADJ speaking grandly; boastful;

[GRANDINAT, GRANDINARE, GRANDINIT] : V it hails;

[GRANDIO, GRANDIRE,] : V to increase;

[GRANDIS, GRANDIS, GRANDE] : ADJ full-grown, grown up; large, great, grand, tall, lofty; powerful; aged, old;

[GRANDIS] : great.

[GRANDO, GRANDINIS] : N hail, hail-storm;

[GRANIFER, GRANIFERA, GRANIFERUM] : ADJ grain-carrying;

[GRANO, ONIS] : hailstorm.

[GRANULUM, GRANULI] : N granule;

[GRANUM, GRANI] : N grain; seed;

[GRANUM] : grain, seed.

[GRAPHICE, GRAPHICES] : N art of painting;

[GRAPHICUS, GRAPHICA, GRAPHICUM] : ADJ worthy of painting (people), perfect of kind; exquisite; picturesque, artistic;

[GRAPHIS, GRAPHIDIS] : N instrument for drawing/painting;

[GRAPHIS, GRAPHIDOS/IS] : N instrument for drawing/painting;

[GRAPHIUM, GRAPHI(I)] : N stylus, a pen used for writing on wax tablets;

[GRAPHIUM] : stylus.

[GRASSATOR, GRASSATORIS] : N vagabond; footpad, highway robber;

[GRASSOR, GRASSARI, -, GRASSATUS SUM] : V march on, advance; roam in search of victims, prowl; proceed; run riot;

[GRASSOR] : go about, go ahead, proceed, attack.

[GRASSOR] : to rage.

[GRATANTER] : ADV with joy; with rejoicing;

[GRATANTER] : with joy.

[GRATE, GRATIUS, GRATISSIME] : ADV with pleasure/delight; agreeably, pleasantly; with gratitude, thankfully;

[GRATE] : freely, willingly, happily

[GRATE] : freely, willingly, happily.

[GRATES, GRATIS] : N thanks (pl.); (grates agere => to thank);

[GRATIA AGERE] : (+ dat.) to thank.

[GRATIA, GRATIAE] : N loveliness; influence; favor, grace; gratitude, thanks (pl.);

[GRATIA] : (in the abl.) on account of.

[GRATIA] : grace, esteem, obligation, thanks.

[GRATIA] : gratitude, favor.

[GRATIA] : in order to, for the sake of, to.

[GRATIFICO, GRATIFICARE, GRATIFICAVI, GRATIFICATUS] : V oblige, gratify, humor, show kindness to; bestow, make a present of;

[GRATIFICOR, GRATIFICARI, -, GRATIFICATUS SUM] : V oblige, gratify, humor, show kindness to; bestow, make a present of;

[GRATIOSUS, GRATIOSA, GRATIOSUM] : ADJ agreeable, enjoying favor; kind;

[GRATIS] : ADV without payment, for nothing, freely;

[GRATITUDO, GRATITUDINIS] : N gratitude;

[GRATOR, GRATARI, -, GRATATUS SUM] : V congratulate (w/dat); rejoice with;

[GRATOR] : to manifest joy, congratulate.

[GRATUITA] : gracious.

[GRATUITAS, GRATUITATIS] : N favor; gift;

[GRATUITO] : ADV gratis, without pay, for naught, gratuitously; for no special reason; wantonly;

[GRATUITUS, GRATUITA, GRATUITUM] : ADJ free, gratuitous; without pay; unremunerative;

[GRATULABUNDUS, GRATULABUNDA, GRATULABUNDUM] : ADJ congratulating;

[GRATULANTER] : ADV with grateful/thankful heart/soul;

[GRATULATIO, GRATULATIONIS] : N congratulation; rejoicing;

[GRATULATIO] : to

[GRATULOR, GRATULARI, -, GRATULATUS SUM] : V congratulate; rejoice, be glad; thank, give/render thanks;

[GRATULOR] : to rejoice.

[GRATULOR] : to wish a person joy, congratulate (+dat.),give thanks gratus ;

[GRATULOR] : to wish a person joy, congratulate (+dat.), give thanks.

[GRATUS, GRATA -UM, GRATIOR -OR -US, GRATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ pleasing, acceptable, agreeable, welcome; dear, beloved; grateful, thankful;

[GRAULATIO, GRAULATIONIS] : N congratulation; rejoicing, joy;

[GRAVAMEN, GRAVAMINIS] : N trouble, annoyance; physical inconvenience; burden;

[GRAVATE, GRAVATIUS, GRAVATISSIME] : ADV grudgingly; reluctantly, unwillingly; with difficulty;

[GRAVATIM] : ADV grudgingly, reluctantly;

[GRAVATUS] : sick, oppressed, ill.

[GRAVEDINOSUS, GRAVEDINOSA, GRAVEDINOSUM] : ADJ subject to colds;

[GRAVEDO, GRAVEDINIS] : N cold in the head, catarrh;

[GRAVEOLENS, (GEN.), GRAVEOLENTIS] : ADJ strong-smelling, rank;

[GRAVIDA] : pregnant.

[GRAVIDUS, GRAVIDA, GRAVIDUM] : ADJ filled; pregnant; ladened, weighted down with;

[GRAVIS, GRAVE, GRAVIOR -OR -US, GRAVISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ heavy; painful; important; serious; pregnant; grave, oppressive, burdensome;

[GRAVIS] : burdensome, unwholesome.

[GRAVIS] : heavy, weighty, serious, important / severe, grievous.

[GRAVIS] : heavy, weighty, serious, important/ severe, grievous.

[GRAVITAS, GRAVITATIS] : N weight; dignity; gravity; importances, oppressiveness; pregnancy; sickness;

[GRAVITAS] : weight, seriousness, dignity, importance.

[GRAVITER] : ADV violently; deeply; severely; reluctantly; (ferre ~ => to be vexed/upset);

[GRAVITER] : heavily, seriously.

[GRAVO, GRAVARE, GRAVAVI, GRAVATUS] : V make heavy, load, burden, weigh down, oppress, aggravate, incommode;

[GRAVO, GRAVARE, GRAVAVI, GRAVATUS] : V weigh down, make heavy; load, burden; oppress, aggravate;

[GRAVO] : to oppress, burden, make suffer.

[GRAVOR, GRAVARI, -, GRAVATUS SUM] : V show/bear with reluctance/annoyance; be burdened/vexed; take amiss; hesitate;

[GRECUS, GRECA, GRECUM] : ADJ greek; a medieval form for graecus, ae -> e;

[GREGARIUS, GREGARIA, GREGARIUM] : ADJ belonging to the rank and file; (miles gregarius => common soldier);

[GREGATIM] : ADV in flocks;

[GREGATIM] : in troops, or crowds.

[GREGO, GREGARE, GREGAVI, GREGATUS] : V gather, assemble;

[GREMIALIS, GREMIALIS, GREMIALE] : ADJ suitable for firewood; (trees);

[GREMIUM, GREMI(I)] : N lap, bosom; womb, interior; female genital parts;

[GREMIUM, GREMII] : N firewood; (singular or collective);

[GREMIUM] : womb, bosom, lap.

[GRESSUS, GRESSUS] : N going; step; the feet (pl.);

[GRESSUS] : pace, the ability to walk.

[GREX, GREGIS] : N flock, herd; crowd; company, crew; people/animals assembled; set/faction/class;

[GREX] : crowd, herd, flock.

[GROCCIO, GROCCIRE,] : V croak/caw (like a raven);

[GROMA, GROMAE] : N instrument for taking bearings to fix lines of orientation; (surveying);

[GROSSITUDO, GROSSITUDINIS] : N thickness;

[GROSSUS, GROSSA -UM, GROSSIOR -OR -US, GROSSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ great/large, thick; coarse, gross;

[GROSSUS, GROSSI] : N young/green/immature/abortive fig;

[GRUIS, GRUIS] : N crane; large bird; siege engine;

[GRUNDIO, GRUNDIRE,] : V to grunt like a pig;

[GRUNNIO, GRUNNIRE,] : V to grunt like a pig;

[GRUNNITUS, GRUNNITUS] : N grunting of a pig;

[GRUS, GRUIS] : N crane; large bird; siege engine;

[GRUS] : crane

[GRY, UNDECLINED] : N scrap, crumb;

[GRYLLUS, GRYLLI] : N cricket, grasshopper;

[GRYLLUS] : grasshopper.

[GRYPS, GRYPOS/IS] : N griffin;

[GRYPUS, GRYPI] : N griffin;

[GUARRA, GUARRAE] : N war; retaliation, feud;

[GUBERNACULUM, GUBERNACULI] : N helm, rudder; helm of 'ship of state';

[GUBERNACULUM] : helm, rudder/ direction, management, administration.

[GUBERNATIO, GUBERNATIONIS] : N steering; direction, control;

[GUBERNATIO] : direction, command, leadership.

[GUBERNATIO] : -ionis ; f, direction, government.

[GUBERNATIO-IONIS] : f, direction, government

[GUBERNATOR, GUBERNATORIS] : N helmsman, pilot; one who directs/controls;

[GUBERNATOR] : helmsman, steersman, pilot/ governor.

[GUBERNO, GUBERNARE, GUBERNAVI, GUBERNATUS] : V steer, pilot, direct, manage, conduct, guide, control, govern;

[GUBERNO] : to steer (a ship), to be at the helm, to direct, govern.

[GUERRA, GUERRAE] : N war; retaliation, feud;

[GULA, GULAE] : N throat, neck, gullet, maw; palate, appetite;

[GULA] : throat, gullet/ gluttony, greediness, voracity.

[GULOSUS, GULOSA, GULOSUM] : ADJ gluttonous;

[GULOSUS] : gluttonous, voracious, greedy.

[GUMMI, UNDECLINED] : N gum, vicid secretion from trees;

[GUMMINOSUS, GUMMINOSA, GUMMINOSUM] : ADJ gummy, full of gum;

[GUMMIS, GUMMIS] : N gum, vicid secretion from trees;

[GUMMITIO, GUMMITIONIS] : N application of gum;

[GUOMA, GUOMAE] : N instrument for taking bearings to fix lines of orientation; (surveying);

[GURCULIO, GURCULIONIS] : N grain-worm/weevil; weevil;

[GURGES, GURGITIS] : N whirlpool; raging abyss; gulf, the sea; "flood", "stream";

[GURGES] : whirlpool, eddy/ troubled watters, troubled sea/ abyss.

[GURGULIO, GURGULIONIS] : N windpipe;

[GURGUSTIUM, GURGUSTII] : N hut, hovel;

[GUSTATUS] : taste, flavor, savor/ appetite.

[GUSTO, GUSTARE, GUSTAVI, GUSTATUS] : V taste, sip; have some experience of; enjoy;

[GUSTO] : to taste.

[GUSTO] : to taste/ enjoy/ to take a bit of.

[GUSTUS, GUSTUS] : N tasting, appetite; draught of water;

[GUTTA CAVAT LAPIDEM, NON VI SED SAEPE CADENDO. ] : PHRASE The drop excavates the stone, not with force but by falling often.

[GUTTA, GUTTAE] : N drop, spot, speck;

[GUTTA] : spot, mark, stain /drop.

[GUTTER, GUTTERIS] : N throat, neck; gullet; (reference to gluttony/appetite); swollen throat, goiter;

[GUTTER] : neck, throat, gullet

[GUTTULA, GUTTULAE] : N little drop;

[GUTTUR, GUTTURIS] : N throat, neck; gullet; (reference to gluttony/appetite); swollen throat, goiter;

[GUTTUS, GUTTI] : N jug;

[GUTTUS] : a jug.

[GWERRA, GWERRAE] : N war; retaliation, feud;

[GYMNASIARCHUS, GYMNASIARCHI] : N master of a gymnasium;

[GYMNASIUM, GYMNASI(I)] : N sports centre;

[GYMNASTICUS, GYMNASTICA, GYMNASTICUM] : ADJ gymnastic;

[GYMNICUS, GYMNICA, GYMNICUM] : ADJ gymnastic;

[GYNAECEUM, GYNAECEI] : N women's apartments in a greek house;

[GYNAECIUM, GYNAECII] : N women's apartments in a greek house;

[GYPSATUS, GYPSATA, GYPSATUM] : ADJ plastered; covered with gypsum; (slave) chalked for sale;

[GYPSATUS, GYPSATA, GYPSATUM] : ADJ covered with gypsum;

[GYPSO, GYPSARE, GYPSAVI, GYPSATUS] : V to cover with gypsum;

[GYPSUM, GYPSI] : N gypsum; plaster figure;

[GYRATUS, GYRATA, GYRATUM] : ADJ rounded; made in form of a circle;

[GYRO, GYRARE, GYRAVI, GYRATUS] : V go around/about (thing); turn/wheel around/in a circle;

[GYRUS, GYRI] : N circle, ring; circuit; course; circular course for training/racing horses; W:

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