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[H] : PRON this; these (pl.); also DEMONST;

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

[HABENA, HABENAE] : N thong, strap; whip; halter; reins (pl.); direction, management, government;

[HABENAE] : government, reins.

[HABEO HABUI HABITUM] : to have, hold, possess/ consider, regard.

[HABEO HABUI HABITUM] : to have, hold, possess / consider, regard.

[HABEO, HABERE, HABUI, HABITUS] : V have, hold, consider, think, reason; manage, keep; spend or pass (time);

[HABILIS, HABILIS, HABILE] : ADJ handy, manageable; apt, fit;

[HABILIS] : suitable, fit.

[HABITABILIS, HABITABILIS, HABITABILE] : ADJ habitable;

[HABITACULUM, HABITACULI] : N dewlling place; home, residence; habitation (bee);

[HABITATIO, HABITATIONIS] : N lodging, residence;

[HABITATOR, HABITATORIS] : N dweller, inhabitant;

[HABITO, HABITARE, HABITAVI, HABITATUS] : V inhabit, dwell; live, stay;

[HABITO] : to dwell, abide.

[HABITO] : to have frequently/ dwell, reside/ take possession.

[HABITO] : to have frequently / dwell, reside / take possession

[HABITUALIS, HABITUALIS, HABITUALE] : ADJ habitual; customary;

[HABITUDINALIS, HABITUDINALIS, HABITUDINALE] : ADJ habitual; customary;

[HABITUDO, HABITUDINIS] : N condition;

[HABITUDO] : condition.

[HABITUO, HABITUARE, HABITUAVI, HABITUATUS] : V habituate, bring into condition/habit (body); (pass) be conditioned/in habit;

[HABITUS, HABITUS] : N condition, state; garment/dress/'get-up'; expression, demeanor; character;

[HABITUS] : disposed, in a certain condition.

[HABITUS] : dress, habit.

[HABRAEUS, HABRAEA, HABRAEUM] : ADJ hebrew, jewish;

[HABRODIAETUS, HABRODIAETI] : N living delicately, ephithet of the painter parrhasius;

[HABROTONUM, HABROTONI] : N aromatic plant, southern-wood (medicine);

[HAC] : (fem. sing. abl.) He who lives BY THIS (the sword),...

[HAC] : (fem. sing. abl.) He who lives BY THIS (the sword)..

[HAC] : ADV here, by this side, this way;

[HAC] : this side, this way, here.

[HACTENUS] : ADV as far as this, to this place/point/time/extent, thus far, til now, hitherto;

[HACTENUS] : hitherto, up to this point, so far.

[HADRIANUS, HADRIANA, HADRIANUM] : ADJ adriatic, of the adriatic sea; of the emperor hadrian;

[HADRIANUS, HADRIANI] : N hadrian (p. aelius hadrianus, emperor, 117-138 ad); adriatic;

[HADRUMETINUS, HADRUMETINA, HADRUMETINUM] : ADJ andrumetine, of/from andrumetum/hadrumetum (city of africa propria/byzacene);

[HADRUMETINUS, HADRUMETINI] : N andrumetine, inhabitant of andrumetum/hadrumetum (city in africa/byzacane);

[HADRUMETUM, HADRUMETI] : N andrumetum/hadrumetum (city of africa propria, capital of province byzacene);

[HADRUMETUS, HADRUMETI] : N andrumetum/hadrumetum (city of africa propria, capital of province byzacene);

[HAE HE] : (fem. plur. nom) THESE (speeches) were very fine.

[HAEC EGO NON MULTIS (SCRIBO), SED TIBI; SATIS ENIM MAGNUM ALTER ALTERI THEA] : PHRASE I write this not to the many, but to you only, for you and i are surely enough of an audience for each other.

[HAEC HEC] : (fem. sing. nom.) THIS (sword) is more expensive.

[HAEDILIA, HAEDILIAE] : N little kid;

[HAEDILLUS, HAEDILLI] : N little kid;

[HAEDINUS, HAEDINA, HAEDINUM] : ADJ of a kid;

[HAEDULUS, HAEDULI] : N little kid;

[HAEDULUS, HAEDULI] : N little kid, little young goat;

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

[HAEDUUS, HAEDUI] : N haedui (pl.), also aedui, a people of cen. gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[HAEREO, HAERERE, HAESI, HAESUS] : V stick, adhere, cling to; hesitate; be in difficulties (sticky situation?);

[HAERESIS, HAEREOS/IS] : N philosophical/religious school of thought/sect; heresy/heretical doctrine (l+s);

[HAERESIS, HAERESIS] : N philosophical/religious school of thought/sect; heresy/heretical doctrine (l+s);

[HAERETICUM] : n, heretical

[HAERETICUM] : n, heretical.

[HAERETICUS, HAERETICI] : N heretic; teacher of false doctrine (fif);

[HAERETICUS, HAERETICA, HAERETICUM] : ADJ heretical, of/belonging to heretical religious doctrines;

[HAERO] : to be brought to a standstill, keep at, hesitate.

[HAESITO, HAESITARE, HAESITAVI, HAESITATUS] : V stick hesitate, be undecided; be stuck;

[HALCYCON, HALCYONIS] : N halcyon; kingfisher; sea birds (pl.);

[HALIAEETOS, HALIAEETI] : N sea-eagle, osprey;

[HALICA, HALICAE] : N emmer (wheat) grots; porridge/gruel made with these;

[HALICACIUS, HALICACIA, HALICACIUM] : ADJ made of emmer (wheat), grots; connected with emmer (wheat) production;

[HALICASTRUM, HALICASTRI] : N early -ripening variety of emmer (wheat);

[HALITUS, HALITUS] : N breath, steam, vapor;

[HALLEC, HALLECIS] : N herrings; a fish sauce; pickle;

[HALLUCINATOR, HALLUCINATORIS] : N idle dreamer, silly fellow; one who is wandering in mind;

[HALLUS, HALLI] : N big toe;

[HALO, HALARE, HALAVI, HALATUS] : V emit (vapor, etc); be fragrant;

[HALUCINATIO, HALUCINATIONIS] : N wandering in mind, idle dream, delusion; idle/aimless behavior (w/mentis);

[HALUCINOR, HALUCINARI, -, HALUCINATUS SUM] : V wander in mind, talk idly/unreasonably, ramble, dream; wander;

[HAMA, HAMAE] : N bucket; water bucket; (esp. fireman's bucket);

[HAMADRYAS, HAMADRYADOS/IS] : N wood-nymph, hamadryad, dryad;

[HAMATUS, HAMATA, HAMATUM] : ADJ hooked;

[HAMIOTA, HAMIOTAE] : N an angler;

[HAMMONITRUM, HAMMONITRI] : N natron (sesquicarbonate of soda) mingled with sand;

[HAMUS, HAMI] : N hook; barb of an arrow; spike;

[HANC] : (fem. sing. acc.) She wasted THIS (her youth).

[HANNIBAL ANTE PORTAS. ] : PHRASE Hannibal before the gates.

[HANNIBAL, HANNIBALIS] : N hannibal; (carthaginian general in 2nd punic war);

[HAPALUS, HAPALA, HAPALUM] : ADJ soft-boiled;

[HARA, HARAE] : N pen, coop, pigsty;

[HARENA, HARENAE] : N sand, grains of sand; sandy land or desert; seashore; arena, place of contest;

[HARENA, HARENAE] : N sand, sandy land or desert; seashore; arena, place of contest;

[HARENACEUS, HARENACEA, HARENACEUM] : ADJ sandy;

[HARENARIA, HARENARIAE] : N sand pit;

[HARENARIA, HARENARIAE] : N sand-pit;

[HARENARIUM, HARENARII] : N sand-pit;

[HARENARIUS, HARENARIA, HARENARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to sand; or to the arena/ampitheater; (~ lapis => sandstone);

[HARENARIUS, HARENARII] : N combatant in the arena, gladiator; teacher of mathematics (figures in sand);

[HARENATIO, HARENATIONIS] : N sanding, plastering with sand; plastering, cementing;

[HARENATUM, HARENATI] : N sand mortar;

[HARENATUS, HARENATA, HARENATUM] : ADJ sanded, covered/mixed with sand;

[HARENIFODINA, HARENIFODINAE] : N sand-pit;

[HARENIVAGUS, HARENIVAGA, HARENIVAGUM] : ADJ wandering over sands;

[HARENOSUM, HARENOSI] : N sandy place;

[HARENOSUS, HARENOSA, HARENOSUM] : ADJ sandy, containing sand (ground);

[HARENULA, HARENULAE] : N fine sand; a grain of sand;

[HARICOLOR, HARICOLARI, -, HARICOLATUS SUM] : V speak by divine inspiration or with second sight, prophesy, divine; (facetious?)

[HARIOLA, HARIOLAE] : N soothsayer, prophet; (female);

[HARIOLOR, HARIOLARI, -, HARIOLATUS SUM] : V to utter prophecies; to talk nonsense;

[HARIOLUS, HARIOLI] : N soothsayer, prophet;

[HARMALA] : a kind of wild rue p. 169

[HARMONIA, HARMONIAE] : N harmony; coupling;

[HARPAGATUS, HARPAGATA, HARPAGATUM] : ADJ hooked;

[HARPAGO, HARPAGONIS] : N hook; grappling iron;

[HARPE, HARPES] : N curved sword, scimitar; sickle; marine bird of prey (unidentified);

[HARUM, HARI] : N plants of the genus arum;

[HARUM] : (fem. plur. gen.) The city wall had four OF THESE (gates).

[HARUNDIFER, HARUNDIFERA, HARUNDIFERUM] : ADJ reed-bearing;

[HARUNDINETUM, HARUNDINETI] : N reed-bed; thicket/jungle of reeds (l+s); stubble (vulgate);

[HARUNDINOSUS, HARUNDINOSA, HARUNDINOSUM] : ADJ full of reeds;

[HARUNDO, HARUNDINIS] : N reed, cane, fishing rod, limed twigs for catching birds; arrow shaft; pipe;

[HARUSPEX, HARUSPICIS] : N soothsayer, diviner; inspector of entrails of victims;

[HARUSPICINA, HARUSPICINAE] : N divination;

[HARUSPICINUS, HARUSPICINA, HARUSPICINUM] : ADJ concerned with divination;

[HARVIGA, HARVIGAE] : N ram for offering/sacrifice;

[HARVIX, HARVIGIS] : N ram for offering/sacrifice;

[HAS] : (fem. plur. acc.) They gave THESE (their lives) for the Faith.

[HASDRUBAL, HASDRUBALIS] : N hasdrubal; (carthaginian name, general brother of hanninbal);

[HASNONIUM] : Hasnon.

[HASTA, HASTAE] : N spear, lance, pike; spear stuck in the ground at public auctions;

[HASTA, HASTAE] : N spear, javelin; spear stuck in ground for public auction/centumviral court;

[HASTA] : spear.

[HASTATUS, HASTATA, HASTATUM] : ADJ armed with a spear; first line of a roman army (pl.);

[HASTATUS, HASTATA, HASTATUM] : ADJ armed with a spear/spears;

[HASTATUS, HASTATI] : N spearman; soldier in unit in front of roman battle-formation; its centurion;

[HASTILE, HASTILIS] : N shaft of a spear; spear; cane;

[HAU] : ADV not, not at all, by no means; not (as a particle);

[HAU] : INTERJ oh! ow! oh dear! goodness gracious! (used by women to express consternation);

[HAUD SEMPER ERRAT FAMA, ALIQUANDO ET ELIGIT. ] : PHRASE Rumour is not always in error, sometimes it chooses.

[HAUD] : ADV not, not at all, by no means; not (as a particle);

[HAUD] : no, not at all, by no means.

[HAUDDUM] : ADV not yet; not at all as yet;

[HAUDQUAQUAM] : ADV by no means, in no way; not at all;

[HAUQUAQUAM] : ADV by no means, in no way; not at all;

[HAURIO, HAURIRE, HAUSI, HAUSTUS] : V draw up/out; drink, swallow, drain, exhaust;

[HAURIO] : to devour.

[HAUSTRUM, HAUSTRI] : N pump;

[HAUSTUS, HAUSTUS] : N drink; draught; drawing (of water);

[HAUT] : ADV not, not at all, by no means; not (as a particle);

[HAVE] : INTERJ hail!, formal expression of greetings;

[HAVENS, (GEN.), HAVENTIS] : ADJ willing, eager, anxious; covetous;

[HAVEO, HAVERE,] : V be eager/anxious (w/inf); desire, wish for, long after, crave;

[HAVEO, HAVERE,] : V hail!; to be well; (= ave) (imperative/infinitive as greeting or leaving);

[HAVEO, HAVERE,] : V hail!; (only imp/inf greeting/leaving; avere jubeo => i send greetings);

[HE, UNDECLINED] : N he; (5th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as h);

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

[HEBDOMADA, HEBDOMADAE] : N week, seven days; jewish week, one sabbath to next; weekly gathering/duty rota;

[HEBDOMAS, HEBDOMADAE] : N week, seven days; jewish week, one sabbath to next; weekly gathering/duty rota;

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

[HEBDOMAS, HEBDOMADIS] : N week, seven days; jewish week, one sabbath to next; weekly gathering/duty rota;

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

[HEBDOMAS, HEBDOMADOS/IS] : N week, seven days; jewish week, one sabbath to next; weekly gathering/duty rota;

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

[HEBENUS, HEBENI] : N ebony, the wood or the tree;

[HEBEO, HEBERE,] : V be blunt; be sluggish/inactive; grow dim/faint, die down; (of feelings);

[HEBES, (GEN.), HEBETIS] : ADJ blunt, dun; languid; stupid;

[HEBES] : sluggish.

[HEBESCO, HEBESCERE,] : V grow blunt or feeble;

[HEBETO, HEBETARE, HEBETAVI, HEBETATUS] : V blunt, deaden, make dull/faint/dim/torpid/inactive (light/plant/senses), weaken;

[HEBETO] : to blunt.

[HEBETUDO, HEBETUDINIS] : N sluggishness, sloth, inertness; dullness; dimness (color/light); feebleness;

[HEBRAEA, HEBRAEAE] : N hebrew/jewish woman;

[HEBRAEUS, HEBRAEA, HEBRAEUM] : ADJ hebrew, jewish;

[HEBRAEUS, HEBRAEI] : N hebrew, jew; the hebrews (pl.);

[HEBRAICE] : ADV in hebrew, in the hebrew language;

[HEBRAICIS, HEBRAICIS, HEBRAICE] : ADJ hebrew, jewish;

[HEBRAICUS, HEBRAICA, HEBRAICUM] : ADJ hebrew, jewish;

[HEBRIA, HEBRIAE] : N wine vessel;

[HECATOMBE, HECATOMBES] : N hecatomb;

[HECTOR, HECTORIS] : N hector; (chief trojan hero);

[HEDERA, HEDERAE] : N ivy;

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

[HEDYCHRUM, HEDYCHRI] : N fragrant ointment;

[HEI] : INTERJ Ah! Woe!, oh dear, alas; (exclamation expressing anguish, grief or fear);

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

[HEIDELBERG] : , you are the finest.

[HEIRA, HEIRAE] : N drawn contest (the proze being awarded to a god);

[HEIRON] : ADJ sacred/supermatural; (greek);

[HEIROS, HEIR] : ADJ sacred/supermatural; (greek);

[HEIRUS, HEIRA, HEIRUM] : ADJ sacred/supermatural; (hiera botane => vervain, medicinal/sacred plant);

[HELCIM] : Helchin on the left bank of the Scheldt.

[HELCINE] : pellitory p. 170

[HELEOMOLOCHE] : marsh-mallow

[HELEOSPARAGUS] : kind of asparagus

[HELI] : INTERJ (hebrew heli heli lemma sabacthani => my god, my god why hast thou forsaken me);

[HELI] : INTERJ eli eli lama sabacthani/my god, my god why hast thou forsaken me matthew 27] : 46;

[HELLEBORUM, HELLEBORI] : N hellebore (plant); (considered a remedy for madness);

[HELLEBORUS, HELLEBORI] : N hellebore (plant); (considered a remedy for madness);

[HELLUO, HELLUONIS] : N glutton, squanderer;

[HELLUOR, HELLUARI, -, HELLUATUS SUM] : V spend immoderately (eating/luxuries); be a glutton; squander;

[HELNONENSIS] : Elnon. Herimann, p. 279.

[HELOPS, HELOPIS] : N fish (perhaps sturgeon);

[HELUOR, HELUARI, -, HELUATUS SUM] : V spend immoderately (eating/luxuries); be a glutton; squander;

[HELVELLA, HELVELLAE] : N small pot-herb;

[HELVETIA, HELVETIAE] : N switzerland;

[HELVETIUS, HELVETIA, HELVETIUM] : ADJ of/connected with the helvetii (pl.), a people of cen. gaul (switzerland);

[HELVETIUS, HELVETII] : N helvetii (pl.), a people of cen. gaul (switzerland) - in caesar's "gallic war";

[HEMERODROMUS, HEMERODROMI] : N special courier, express;

[HEMICILLUS, HEMICILLI] : N mule;

[HEMICYCLIUM, HEMICYCLII] : N semicircle (of seats);

[HEMINA, HEMINAE] : N measure of capacity; (about half a pint);

[HEMISPHAERION, HEMISPHAERII] : N hemisphere; hemispherical sundial;

[HEMISPHAERIUM, HEMISPHAERII] : N hemisphere; hemispherical sundial;

[HENDECASYLLABUS, HENDECASYLLABA, HENDECASYLLABUM] : ADJ verses consisting of eleven syllables;

[HENDECASYLLABUS, HENDECASYLLABI] : N verses consisting of eleven syllables (pl.);

[HENIIS HARNIIS] : Hames.

[HEPATITES] : -es (or, -ae) kind of aloes of liver shape, used as a drug p. 171

[HEPATITIS] : -dos kind of aloes of liver shape, used as a drug p. 171

[HEPATUS] : -i, masc. fish of uncertain identity Greek p. 171

[HEPTERIS, HEPTERIS] : N galley with seven banks of oars;

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

[HERBA MURALIS] : pellitory = what the Greeks called parthenion or perdeikion Bachelor's button, pellitory also see ; pyrethrum (Pyrethrum parthenion) Celsus, Spencer, p. 492

[HERBA SANGUINALIS] : blood herb; what the Greeks called 'polygonon'(?)

[HERBA, HERBAE] : N herb, grass;

[HERBACANTHUS] : species of bear's-foot with spinous leaves initated in the Corthinian capital p. 172

[HERBAE MIRABILES] : magic herbs used against sickness

[HERBAGO] : pondweed p. 172

[HERBARIA] : -ae, (fem.) fodder; woman who deals with herbs, witch p. 172

[HERBARIUM] : a herbal p. 172

[HERBESCO, HERBESCERE,] : V to grow into blades or stalks;

[HERBIDUS, HERBIDA, HERBIDUM] : ADJ grassy;

[HERBIFER, HERBIFERA, HERBIFERUM] : ADJ full of grass or herbs; bearing magical or medicinal plants;

[HERBIPOTENS, (GEN.), HERBIPOTENTIS] : ADJ skilled in herbs;

[HERBOSUS, HERBOSA, HERBOSUM] : ADJ grassy;

[HERBULA, HERBULAE] : N little herb;

[HERBULARIA] : bindweed(?) p. 172

[HERBULUM] : ;

[HERBURGIUS] : a curse p. 172

[HERCISCO, HERCISCERE,] : V to divide an inheritance;

[HERCLE] : INTERJ By Hercules! assuredly, indeed;

[HERCTUM, HERCTI] : N an inheritance; (herctum ciere => to divide an inheritance);

[HERCULE] : INTERJ by hercules! assuredly, indeed;

[HERCULES, HERCULIS] : N hercules, a greek hero of great strength;

[HERE] : ADV yesterday;

[HEREBUS] : Lower World.

[HEREDITARIUS, HEREDITARIA, HEREDITARIUM] : ADJ of an inheritance; inherited, hereditary;

[HEREDITAS, HEREDITATIS] : N inheritance, hereditary succession; generation; heirship;

[HEREDITAS] : inheritance, often simply "property."

[HEREDITAS] : inheritance, often simply "property.".

[HEREDITO, HEREDITARE, HEREDITAVI, HEREDITATUS] : V inherit;

[HEREMITA, HEREMITAE] : N hermit, eremite; anchorite; recluse;

[HEREMITICUS, HEREMITICA, HEREMITICUM] : ADJ solitary, secluded, recluse; living like a hermit;

[HEREMUS, HEREMA, HEREMUM] : ADJ waste, desert;

[HEREMUS, HEREMI] : N wilderness, wasteland, desert;

[HEREO, HERERE, HESI, HESUS] : V stick, adhere, cling to; hesitate; be in difficulties (sticky situation?);

[HERES, HEREDIS] : N heir/heiress;

[HERI] : ADV yesterday;

[HERMAPHRODITUS, HERMAPHRODITI] : N hermaphrodite;

[HERMESES, HERMAE] : N hermes; (greek god hermes => roman mercury); herm (pillar with bust of hermes);

[HERODES, HERODIS] : N herod; (greek name, used by ruling family of judaea);

[HERODIO, HERODIONIS] : N bird (unidentified); perh. stork; little owl; heron (douay);

[HERODIUS, HERODII] : N bird (unidentified); perh. stork; little owl; heron (douay);

[HEROICUS, HEROICA, HEROICUM] : ADJ heroic, epic;

[HEROINA, HEROINAE] : N heroine (mythical);

[HEROINA, HEROINAE] : N demigoddess, heroine;

[HEROINE, HEROINES] : N heroine (mythical);i

[HEROIS, HEROIDOS/IS] : N heroine (mythical);

[HEROS, HEROIS] : N hero; demigod;

[HEROUS, HEROA, HEROUM] : ADJ heroic;

[HESITO (HAESITO)] : to be unsure, uncertain, wavering.

[HESPERIA, HESPERIAE] : N italy, the western land;

[HESPERIUS, HESPERIA, HESPERIUM] : ADJ western;

[HESPERUS, HESPERI] : N evening-star;

[HESTERNUS, HESTERNA, HESTERNUM] : ADJ of yesterday;

[HETAERIA, HETAERIAE] : N society, guild, fraternity; brotherhood;

[HETAIRIA, HETAIRIAE] : N secret society;

[HETH, UNDECLINED] : N het; (8th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as ch);

[HETHANIM, UNDECLINED] : N ethanim; ancient hebrew seventh month; (meaning flowing rivers);

[HEU] : alas!.

[HEU] : INTERJ oh! ah! alas! (an expression of dismay or pain);

[HEUS] : hark!.

[HEUS] : INTERJ ho! ho there! listen!;

[HEXAGONON, HEXAGONI] : N hexagon, six-sided figure;

[HEXAGONUM, HEXAGONI] : N hexagon, six-sided figure;

[HEXAMETER, HEXAMETERA, HEXAMETERUM] : ADJ with six feet; (of meter);

[HEXAMETERUS, HEXAMETERI] : N hexameter;

[HEXERIS, HEXERIS] : N galley with six banks of oars;

[HI] : (masc. plur. nom.) THESE (men) are loyal to the king.

[HIATUS, HIATUS] : N opening, cleft; wideopen jaw;

[HIBERNACULUM, HIBERNACULI] : N winter quarters;

[HIBERNALIS] : house leek; (adj. = wintry) p. 173

[HIBERNO, HIBERNARE, HIBERNAVI, HIBERNATUS] : V spend the winter; be in winter quarters;

[HIBERNUM, HIBERNI] : N winter camp (pl.); winter quarters;

[HIBERNUS, HIBERNA, HIBERNUM] : ADJ of winter; wintry;

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

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

[HIBIX, HIBICIS] : N ibex; wild goat (douay/kjames);

[HIBRIDA, HIBRIDAE] : N hybrid;

[HIC HAEC (HEC ) HOC] : this, the latter / he, she, it.

[HIC HAEC (HEC ) HOC] : this, the latter/ he, she, it.

[HIC RHODUS, HIC SALTA! ] : PHRASE Here is rhodes; jump here!

[HIC, HAEC, HOC] : PRON this; these (pl.); also demonst;

[HIC] : (adv.) here.

[HIC] : (masc. nom. sing.) THIS (house) is filthy.

[HIC] : ADV here, in this place; in the present circumstances;

[HIEMALIS, HIEMALIS, HIEMALE] : ADJ wintry; stormy; of winter time/rainy season;

[HIEMO, HIEMARE, HIEMAVI, HIEMATUS] : V winter, pass the winter, keep winter quarters; be wintry/frozen/stormy;

[HIEMPS, HIEMIS] : N winter, winter time; rainy season; cold, frost; storm, stormy weather;

[HIEMS, HIEMIS] : N winter, winter time; rainy season; cold, frost; storm, stormy weather;

[HIERA NOSOS] : ;

[HIERA OBOTANE] : ;

[HIERA] : ;

[HIERANTHEMIS] : earth-apple; chamomile p. 173

[HIERARCHA, HIERARCHAE] : N bishop; heirarch;

[HIERARCHICUS, HIERARCHICA, HIERARCHICUM] : ADJ heirarchial; concerning/belonging to/coming from holy authority/heirarchy;

[HIERATICUS] : -a, -um (adj.);

[HIERIBULBUM] : a plant used for arthritis and freckles p. 173

[HIERICUNTINUS, HIERICUNTINA, HIERICUNTINUM] : ADJ of/from/pertaining to jericho; (city in palestine); (hebrew);

[HIERICUS, HIERICUNTIS] : N jericho; (city in palestine); (hebrew);

[HIERONICA, HIERONICAE] : N winner in (religious festival) games;

[HIERONYMUS, HIERONYMI] : N jerome; (st., 340-420, doctor of the church, produced vulgate bible);

[HIEROSOLYMA, HIEROSOLYMAE] : N jerusalem (hebrew);

[HIEROSOLYMUM, HIEROSOLYMI] : N jerusalem (pl.) (hebrew);

[HIERUSALEM, UNDECLINED] : N jerusalem (hebrew);

[HILARIS, HILARIS, HILARE] : ADJ cheerful, lively, light-hearted;

[HILARIS] : cheerful, merry, gay.

[HILARITAS, HILARITATIS] : N cheerfulness, lightheartedness;

[HILARIUS, HILARI] : N hilary; (st./bishop of poitiers, ~300-368, 'de trinitate', 'de synodis');

[HILARO, HILARARE, HILARAVI, HILARATUS] : V gladden;

[HILARULUS, HILARULA, HILARULUM] : ADJ gay, cheerful;

[HILARUS, HILARA, HILARUM] : ADJ cheerful, lively, light-hearted;

[HILISIRICA] : ;

[HILUM, HILI] : N trifle; (with negative) not a whit, not in the least;

[HIMEROS] : dried grapes, raisins p. 174

[HIN, UNDECLINED] : N hin (hebrew liquid measure, little less than 5 liters); (vulgate exodus 29] : 40);

[HINC HINC] : on every side.

[HINC ILLAE LACRIMAE. ] : PHRASE Hence these tears.

[HINC INDE] : from different directions.

[HINC] : ADV from here, from this source/cause; hence, henceforth;

[HINC] : after this.

[HINC] : from this place, hence.

[HINNIO, HINNIRE, HINNIVI, HINNITUS] : V neigh;

[HINNITUS, HINNITUS] : N neighing;

[HINNULEUS, HINNULEI] : N fawn; young of the deer;

[HINNULUS, HINNULI] : N hinny (offspring of she-ass and stallion) (old); fawn; roe (deer) (kjames);

[HINNUS, HINNI] : N mule;

[HINULUS, HINULI] : N hinny (offspring of she-ass and stallion) (old); fawn; roe (deer) (kjames);

[HIO, HIARE, HIAVI, HIATUS] : V be wide open, gape; be greedy for; be open-mouthed (with astonishment, etc);

[HIO] : to gape wide.

[HIPPAGOGUS, HIPPAGOGI] : N transports (pl.) for cavalry;

[HIPPOCENTAURUS, HIPPOCENTAURI] : N centaur;

[HIPPODROMOS, HIPPODROMI] : N hippodrome racecourse;

[HIPPOGLOSSA] : a plant, literally ; horse's tongue p. 174

[HIPPOMANES, HIPPOMANIS] : N small black membrane on forehead of foal; (for love potion/to arouse passion);

[HIPPOMANES, HIPPOMANIS] : N discharge of mares in heat; (used for love potion); plant to put mares in heat;

[HIPPOMANES] : an aphrodisiac, maidenhair(?) p. 174

[HIPPOPHYES] : spurge, a kind of p. 174

[HIPPOTOXOTA, HIPPOTOXOTAE] : N mounted archers (pl.);

[HIPPURUS, HIPPURI] : N fish, perhaps goldfish;

[HIRCINUS, HIRCINA, HIRCINUM] : ADJ of a goat; goatlike;

[HIRCUS, HIRCI] : N he-goat;

[HIRENSES, IRENSES] : Irish.

[HIRNEA, HIRNEAE] : N jug; kind of jug;

[HIRNEA, HIRNEAE] : N hernia/rupture; (esp. an enlarged scrotum as a result of a scrotal hernia);

[HIRNEACUS, HIRNEACA, HIRNEACUM] : ADJ having a hernia/rupture/enlarged scrotum;

[HIRNEOSUS, HIRNEOSA, HIRNEOSUM] : ADJ having a hernia/rupture/enlarged scrotum;

[HIRNIACUS, HIRNIACA, HIRNIACUM] : ADJ having a hernia/rupture/enlarged scrotum;

[HIRNIOSUS, HIRNIOSA, HIRNIOSUM] : ADJ having a hernia/rupture/enlarged scrotum;

[HIRSUTUS, HIRSUTA, HIRSUTUM] : ADJ rough, shaggy, hairy, bristly, prickly; rude;

[HIRTUS, HIRTA, HIRTUM] : ADJ hairy/shaggy, covered with hair/wool; thick growth (plants); rough/unpolished;

[HIRUDO, HIRUDINIS] : N leech;

[HIRUNDININA] : a plant, eryngo; swallowwort; the greater celandine p. 174

[HIRUNDO, HIRUNDINIS] : N swallow; martin; small bird; flying fish;

[HIRUNDO] : chestnut; callosity on foreleg of horse p. 174

[HIS] : (fem. plur. dat.) She gave her property TO THESE (churches).

[HIS] : (fem. plur. abl) A life is enriched BY THESE (friendships).

[HIS] : (masc. plur. abl.) They passed BY THESE (roads).

[HIS] : (masc. plur. dat.) Tell it TO THESE (policemen).

[HIS] : (neut. his ; (masc. plur. dat.) Tell it TO THESE (policemen).

[HIS] : (neut. plur. dat.) Listen TO THESE (orders).

[HISCO, HISCARE,] : V (begin to) open, gape; open the mouth to speak;

[HISOPUM, HISOPI] : N aromatic herb; (perh. various species of origanum); hyssopus officinalis (l+s);

[HISOPUS, HISOPI] : N aromatic herb; (perh. various species of origanum); hyssopus officinalis (l+s);

[HISPANIA, HISPANIAE] : N spain;

[HISPIDUS, HISPIDA, HISPIDUM] : ADJ rough, shaggy, hairy; bristly; dirty;

[HISSOPUM, HISSOPI] : N aromatic herb; (perh. various species of origanum); hyssopus officinalis (l+s);

[HISSOPUS, HISSOPI] : N aromatic herb; (perh. various species of origanum); hyssopus officinalis (l+s);

[HISTORIA, HISTORIAE] : N history; account; story;

[HISTORICUS, HISTORICA, HISTORICUM] : ADJ historical;

[HISTRIATUS, HISTRIATA, HISTRIATUM] : ADJ chamfered/fluted/groved (douay); w/knobs/bosses/studs/protuberances (k.james);

[HISTRICUS, HISTRICA, HISTRICUM] : ADJ of actors;

[HISTRIO, HISTRIONIS] : N actor; performer in pantomime;

[HIULCUS, HIULCA, HIULCUM] : ADJ gaping, having the mouth wide open, insatiable, greedy; cracked; disconnected;

[HOC COACTUS SUM. ] : PHRASE To this, i am forced and compelled.

[HOC TEMPORE OBSEQUIUM AMICOS, VERITAS ODIUM PARIT. ] : PHRASE In these days friends are won through flattery, the truth gives birth to hate.

[HOC] : (masc. sing. abl.) He gave plenty FOR THIS (field).

[HOC] : (neut. sing. abl.) Do not hesistate BECAUSE OF THIS! (doubt).

[HOC] : (neut. sing. abl.) Do not hesistate BECAUSE OF THIS! (doubt)

[HOC] : (neut. sing. acc.) Break THIS! (fetter)

[HOC] : (neut. sing. acc.) Break THIS! (fetter).

[HOC] : (neut. sing. nom.) THIS (monastery) is well-built.

[HOCLAMSANI] : name of a plant (?) p. 175

[HOCUSQUE] : ADV to this degree/pitch;

[HODIE] : ADV today, nowadays; at the present time;

[HODIE] : today.

[HODIERNUS, HODIERNA, HODIERNUM] : ADJ of this day; present;

[HODIERNUS] : of today.

[HOEDULUS, HOEDULI] : N little kid, little young goat;

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

[HOIENSES] : huy, belgium, between liege and namur.

[HOLITORIUS, HOLITORIA, HOLITORIUM] : ADJ of herbs; (w/forum => vegetable market);

[HOLOCAUSTOMA, HOLOCAUSTOMATIS] : N whole burnt offering, sacrifice wholly consumed by fire; holocaust; (hebrew);

[HOLOCAUSTOSIS, HOLOCAUSTOSOS/IS] : N whole burnt offering, sacrifice wholly consumed by fire; holocaust; (hebrew);

[HOLOCAUSTUM, HOLOCAUSTI] : N whole burnt offering, sacrifice wholly consumed by fire; holocaust; (hebrew);

[HOLOCAUSTUM] : offering.

[HOLOCYRON] : ground pine p. 175

[HOLOSERICUS, HOLOSERICA, HOLOSERICUM] : ADJ all silk, made entirely of silk; (erasmus);

[HOLUS, HOLERIS] : N vegetables; cabbage, turnips, greens; kitchen/pot herbs;

[HOLUS] : a vegetable; figuratively, under the influence of (?) p. 175

[HOLUSATRUM] : = holus atrum parsley; (Cretan) alexanders ; p. 175 Smyrnium holusatrum (L.) ; J.I. Miller, p. 112

[HOLUSCULUM, HOLUSCULI] : N vegetables (in depreciatory sense);

[HOMICIDA, HOMICIDAE] : N murderer, homicide; killer of men (applied to epic heros);

[HOMICIDIUM, HOMICIDI(I)] : N homicide, murder;

[HOMO HOMINI LUPUS. ] : PHRASE Man is man's wolf.

[HOMO HOMINIS] : human being, man.

[HOMO NOVUS ] : PHRASE A new (self-made) man

[HOMO PROPONIT, SED DEUS DISPONIT. ] : PHRASE Man proposes, god disposes.

[HOMO, HOMINIS] : N man, human being, person, fellow; (novus homo => nouveau riche);

[HOMULLUS, HOMULLI] : N little man, manikin;

[HOMUNCIO, HOMUNCIONIS] : N little man, manikin;

[HOMUNCULUS, HOMUNCULI] : N little man, manikin;

[HONESTAS, HONESTATIS] : N honor, integrity, honesty; wealth (plater);

[HONESTAS] : respectful treatment, respectability.

[HONESTE] : ADV honorably; decently;

[HONESTE] : respectfully, properly, suitably, appropriately.

[HONESTO, HONESTARE, HONESTAVI, HONESTATUS] : V honour (with); adorn, grace;

[HONESTO] : to embellish.

[HONESTUS, HONESTA, HONESTUM] : ADJ distinguished, reputable, respected, honorable, upright, honest; worthy;

[HONESTUS] : honorable, respectable / fine, beautiful / proper.

[HONESTUS] : honorable, respectable/ fine, beautiful/ proper.

[HONESTUS] : respectable, distinguished.

[HONOR, HONORIS] : N honor; esteem, regard; dignity, grace; public office;

[HONOR] : honor, esteem, public office.

[HONOR] : official dignity or office, ornaments, esteem.

[HONORABILIS] : respectful.

[HONORABILITER] : ADV honorably;

[HONORABILUS, HONORABILA -UM, HONORABILIOR -OR -US, HONORABILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ honorific, conferring honor; honorable, that procures honor/esteem (l+s);

[HONORABILUS, HONORABILA -UM, HONORABILIOR -OR -US, HONORABILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ honored, considered; honorable (vulgate);

[HONORARIUS, HONORARIA, HONORARIUM] : ADJ complimentary, supplied voluntarily;

[HONORES MUTANT MORES. ] : PHRASE The honours change the customs. (power corrupts.)

[HONORIFICE] : ADV honorably;

[HONORIFICE] : honorably, respectfully, with deference, duly.

[HONORIFICO, HONORIFICARE, HONORIFICAVI, HONORIFICATUS] : V honor; do honor to; confer honor;

[HONORIFICUS, HONORIFICA -UM, HONORIFICENTIOR -OR -US, HONORIFICENTISSIMUS -A -] : ADJ honorable; that does honor; conferring honor;

[HONORO, HONORARE, HONORAVI, HONORATUS] : V respect, honor;

[HONORO] : to honor.

[HONORUS, HONORA, HONORUM] : ADJ conferring honour;

[HONOS, HONORIS] : N honor; public office; esteem, reputation;

[HOPLOMACHUS, HOPLOMACHI] : N gladiator;

[HORA, HORAE] : N hour; time; season; (horae => the seasons);

[HORA] : hour, time.

[HORAS NON NUMERO NISI SERENAS. ] : PHRASE I count only the bright hours.

[HORDEACEUS, HORDEACEA, HORDEACEUM] : ADJ barley-, of/connected to barley;

[HORDEACIUS, HORDEACIA, HORDEACIUM] : ADJ barley-, of/connected to barley;

[HORDEARIUS, HORDEARIA, HORDEARIUM] : ADJ barley-, of/connected to barley; (~ pira => pears ripening w/barley);

[HORDEUM, HORDEI] : N barley (the plant or the grain from it); barley-corn;

[HORDEUM, ORDEUM] : barley.

[HORDIACEUS, HORDIACEA, HORDIACEUM] : ADJ barley-, of/connected to barley; (used as term of contempt);

[HORDIACIUS, HORDIACIA, HORDIACIUM] : ADJ barley-, of/connected to barley; (used as term of contempt);

[HORDIACIUS] : barley bread(?)

[HORDIARIUS, HORDIARIA, HORDIARIUM] : ADJ barley-, of/connected to barley; (~ pira => pears ripening w/barley);

[HORDIOR] : (v.) suffer indigestion from excess of barley diet p. 176

[HORIA, HORIAE] : N small fishing boat;

[HORIZONTALIS, HORIZONTALIS, HORIZONTALE] : ADJ horizontal;

[HORNOTINUS, HORNOTINA, HORNOTINUM] : ADJ of this year, this year's;

[HORNUS, HORNA, HORNUM] : ADJ this year's; born/produced in the current year;

[HOROLOGIUM, HOROLOGI(I)] : N clock, sundial;

[HOROMA, HOROMATIS] : N vision;

[HORRENDUS, HORRENDA, HORRENDUM] : ADJ horrible, dreadful, terrible;

[HORRENDUS] : dreadful.

[HORRENDUS] : horrible, dreadful.

[HORREO, HORRERE, HORRUI] : V dread, shrink from, shudder at; stand on end, bristle; have rough appearance;

[HORREO] : to

[HORRESCO, HORRESCERE, HORRUI] : V dread, become terrified; bristle up; begin to shake/tremble/shudder/shiver;

[HORRESCO] : to begin to shake.

[HORREUM, HORREI] : N storehouse; barn;

[HORRIBILIS, HORRIBILIS, HORRIBILE] : ADJ awful, horrible, terrible; monstrous; rough;

[HORRIDULUS, HORRIDULA, HORRIDULUM] : ADJ somewhat rough, unadorned;

[HORRIDUS, HORRIDA, HORRIDUM] : ADJ wild, frightful, rough, bristly, standing on end, unkempt; grim; horrible;

[HORRIFER, HORRIFERA, HORRIFERUM] : ADJ awful, horrible, dreadful; frightening, chilling, exciting terror;

[HORRIFICUS, HORRIFICA, HORRIFICUM] : ADJ awful, horrible, dreadful; frightening, chilling, exciting terror;

[HORRIPILO, HORRIPILARE, HORRIPILAVI, HORRIPILATUS] : V become bristly/hairy; be shaggy (l+s); shudder/shake (sou); pierce (douay);

[HORRISONUS, HORRISONA, HORRISONUM] : ADJ sounding dreadfully;

[HORROR, HORRORIS] : N shivering, dread, awe rigidity (from cold, etc);

[HORROR] : horror.

[HORTAMEN, HORTAMINIS] : N encouragement;

[HORTAMENTUM, HORTAMENTI] : N exhortation, encouragement, incitement;

[HORTARIA] : -ae pimento Apicus p. 176

[HORTATIO, HORTATIONIS] : N encouragement; exhortation;

[HORTATIVUS, HORTATIVA, HORTATIVUM] : ADJ of encouragement;

[HORTATOR, HORTATORIS] : N encourager, exhorter;

[HORTATUS, HORTATA, HORTATUM] : ADJ encouragement, urging;

[HORTENSIS, HORTENSIS, HORTENSE] : ADJ grown in gardens; belonging to/in a garden;

[HORTENSIUS, HORTENSIA, HORTENSIUM] : ADJ grown in gardens; belonging to/in a garden;

[HORTIUS, HORTI] : N horace/horatio; (roman gens name); (h. cocles held bridge; q. h~ flaccus, poet);

[HORTIUS, HORTIA, HORTIUM] : ADJ horace/horatio; roman gens; (h. cocles held bridge) (q. h~ flaccus, poet);

[HORTOR, HORTARI, -, HORTATUS SUM] : V encourage; cheer; incite; urge; exhort;

[HORTOR] : exhort, incite, encourage.

[HORTOR] : to instigate.

[HORTULUS, HORTULI] : N small/little garden; park (pl.); pleasure grounds;

[HORTUS ORTUS] : garden/ pl. grounds, park.

[HORTUS ORTUS] : garden / pl. grounds, park.

[HORTUS, HORTI] : N garden, fruit/kitchen garden; pleasure garden; park (pl.);

[HORUM] : (masc. plur. gen.) The horses OF THESE (soldiers) are spent.

[HORUM] : (neut. plur. gen) The cattle OF THESE (monsters) were fat.

[HOS] : (masc. plur. acc.) They burned THESE (houses) to the ground.

[HOSANNA] : INTERJ hosanna, 'god save', a cry of praise (hebrew);

[HOSANNA] : INTERJ hosanna, a cry of praise (Hebrew);

[HOSIANNA] : INTERJ hosanna, 'god save', a cry of praise (hebrew);

[HOSPES, (GEN.), HOSPITIS] : ADJ of relation between host and guest; that hosts; that guests; foreign, alien;

[HOSPES, HOSPITIS] : N host; guest, visitor, stranger; solier in billets/one who billets soldiers;

[HOSPES] : guest, host, stranger.

[HOSPITA, HOSPITAE] : N female guest; hostess, wife of host; landlady; stranger, alien;

[HOSPITALIS, HOSPITALIS, HOSPITALE] : ADJ of or for a guest; hospitable;

[HOSPITALITER] : ADV in a hospitable manner;

[HOSPITIUM, HOSPITI(I)] : N hospitality, entertainment; lodging; guest room/lodging; inn;

[HOSPITIUM] : hospitality / guest chambers, inn.

[HOSPITIUM] : hospitality/ guest chambers, inn.

[HOSPITO, HOSPITARE, HOSPITAVI, HOSPITATUS] : V play/act as host; offer hospitality; put up guests/lodgers;

[HOSPITO] : to welcome.

[HOSPITOR, HOSPITARI, -, HOSPITATUS SUM] : V be a guest; lodge; stay; put up as a guest/lodger;

[HOSPITUS, HOSPITA, HOSPITUM] : ADJ hospitable/harboring, affording hospitality; received as guest; foreign/alien;

[HOSTES HOSTIUM] : the enemy.

[HOSTIA, HOSTIAE] : N victim, sacrifice; sacrificial offering/animal;

[HOSTICUS, HOSTICA, HOSTICUM] : ADJ of or belonging to an enemy, hostile;

[HOSTILIS, HOSTILIS, HOSTILE] : ADJ hostile, enemy; of/belonging to an enemy; involving/performed by an enemy;

[HOSTILIS] : hostile or enemy, armed.

[HOSTILITAS] : enmity.

[HOSTILITER] : ADV in an unfriendly/hostile way, in the mammer of an enemy;

[HOSTILITER] : by force of arms.

[HOSTIMENTUM, HOSTIMENTI] : N compensation, requital;

[HOSTIO, HOSTIRE,] : V to requite, recompense;

[HOSTIS, HOSTIS] : N enemy (of the state); stranger, foreigner; the enemy (pl.);

[HOSTIS] : an enemy of the state.

[HS, ABB.] : N sesterce (abbreviation)i, 2 1/2 asses; (hs =? iis = one, one, semi);

[HU, UNDECLINED] : N what (hebrew); (food from god for wandering hebrews - man hu => what is this);

[HUC] : ADV here, to this place; to this point;

[HUC] : here, to this place; so far, for this purpose

[HUCUSQUE] : ADV thus far, to this point, up to this time; hitherto; to this extent;

[HUE] : ADV hither, to the person speaking/indicated; so far, to this point/place/degree;

[HUI] : INTERJ sound of surprise or approbation not unlike "whee";

[HUIC] : (fem sing. dat.) There is a statue IN THIS (abbey).

[HUIC] : (masc. sing. dat.) He sent FOR THIS (doctor).

[HUIC] : (neut sing. dat.) i'd give my right arm FOR THIS (cookie).

[HUIUS] : (fem. sing. gen.) They are fond OF THIS (change).

[HUIUS] : (masc. fem. neut. gen. sing.) Go ahead, eat some OF THIS.

[HUIUS] : (neut.)

[HUIUS] : (neut.).

[HUMANITAS, HUMANITATIS] : N human nature/character/feeling; kindness/courtesy; culture/civilization;

[HUMANITAS] : kindness, culture, refinement.

[HUMANITER] : ADV moderately; in a friendly manner;

[HUMANO, HUMANARE, HUMANAVI, HUMANATUS] : V make human; (in passive of the incarnation of christ);

[HUMANUM, HUMANI] : N human affairs (pl.), concerns of men; events of life;

[HUMANUS, HUMANA -UM, HUMANIOR -OR -US, HUMANISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ human; kind; humane, civilized, refined; (h/hostiae => h/sacrifice);

[HUMANUS] : pertaining to man, humane, humane, cultured, refined.

[HUMECTUS, HUMECTA, HUMECTUM] : ADJ moist;

[HUMENS, (GEN.), HUMENTIS] : ADJ moist, wet;

[HUMERALE, HUMERALIS] : N cape, protective covering for shoulders; outer robe; eccesiastical humeral;

[HUMERUS, HUMERI] : N upper arm, shoulder;

[HUMI] : ADV on/to the ground;

[HUMIDUM, HUMIDI] : N swamp;

[HUMIDUS, HUMIDA, HUMIDUM] : ADJ damp, moist, dank, wet, humid;

[HUMILIATIO, HUMILIATIONIS] : N humiliation, humbling;

[HUMILIO, HUMILIARE, HUMILIAVI, HUMILIATUS] : V humble; abase; humiliate (def);

[HUMILIO] : to abase.

[HUMILIS, HUMILE, HUMILIOR -OR -US, HUMILLIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ low, lowly, small, slight, base, mean, humble, obscure, poor, insignificant;

[HUMILIS] : humble.

[HUMILIS] : lowly, humble.

[HUMILITAS, HUMILITATIS] : N insignificance/unimportance/degradation/debasement/humiliation; commonplaceness;

[HUMILITAS, HUMILITATIS] : N lowness (position/rank); shortness; humbleness; submissiveness; humility (bee);

[HUMILITAS] : humility.

[HUMILITER, HUMILIUS, HUMILIME] : ADV abjectly, in a submissive manner; low, at low elevation; humbly, meanly (cas);

[HUMO, HUMARE, HUMAVI, HUMATUS] : V inter, bury;

[HUMO] : cover with earth, bury,

[HUMO] : cover with earth, bury,.

[HUMO] : to inter.

[HUMOR, HUMORIS] : N fluid, liquid, moisture, humor; (bacchi ~ => wine);

[HUMUS, HUMI] : N ground, soil, earth, land, country;

[HUMUS] : ground, earth, soil/ land, country.

[HUMUS] : ground, earth, soil / land, country.

[HUMUS] : region, earth, soil, dirt, sod.

[HUNC] : (masc. sing. acc.) He ate THIS (fruit).

[HUNNAM] : Bunna.

[HYACINTHINUS, HYACINTHINA, HYACINTHINUM] : ADJ of/belonging to the hyacinth; hyacinth-colored/violet/blue/sapphire/purple;

[HYACINTHOS, HYACINTHI] : N iris; (prob. not hyacinth); sapphire; blue-dyed cloth (souter);

[HYACINTHUS, HYACINTHI] : N iris; (prob. not hyacinth); sapphire; blue-dyed cloth (souter);

[HYAENA, HYAENAE] : N hyena;

[HYALUS, HYALI] : N glass;

[HYAS, HYADIS] : N five stars (pl.) in taurus associated with rainy weather;

[HYBRIDA, HYBRIDAE] : N hybrid;

[HYDRA, HYDRAE] : N water-serpent, snake;

[HYDRAULUS, HYDRAULI] : N water organ;

[HYDRIA, HYDRIAE] : N water-pot; (esp. ornamental and used for temple offerings);

[HYDROPICUS, HYDROPICA, HYDROPICUM] : ADJ dropsical, suffering from dropsy;

[HYDROPS, HYDROPIS] : N dropsy;

[HYDRUS, HYDRI] : N water-snake; snake; the constellation hydra;

[HYMEN, UNDECLINED] : N greek wedding chant/refrain; (personified as a god); marriage, wedding, match;

[HYMENAEOS, HYMENAEI] : N greek wedding chant/refrain; (personified as a god); marriage, wedding, match;

[HYMENAEUS, HYMENAEI] : N greek wedding chant/refrain; (personified as a god); marriage, wedding, match;

[HYMNUS, HYMNI] : N hymn;

[HYPERBATON, HYPERBATI] : N transposition of words;

[HYPERBOLE, HYPERBOLES] : N exaggeration;

[HYPOCAUSTON, HYPOCAUSTI] : N system of hot-air channels for heating baths;

[HYPOCAUSTUM, HYPOCAUSTI] : N system of hot-air channels for heating baths; room heated from below; (erasmus);

[HYPOCRISIS, HYPOCRISIS] : N hypocrisy, pretended sanctity; mimicry, imitation of speech/gestures;

[HYPOCRITA, HYPOCRITAE] : N actor; mime accompaning actor's delivery w/gestures (l+s); hypocrite;

[HYPOCRITA] : hypocrite

[HYPOCRITA] : hypocrite.

[HYPOCRITES, HYPOCRITAE] : N actor; mime accompaning actor's delivery w/gestures (l+s); hypocrite;

[HYPODIACONXUS, HYPODIACONXI] : N subdeacon; (erasmus);

[HYPODIDASCALUS, HYPODIDASCALI] : N under-teacher, under-master;

[HYPOMNEMA, HYPOMNEMATIS] : N memorandum, note;

[HYPOSTASIS, HYPOSTASIS] : N basis, foundation; single subtance; rational single subtance, person;

[HYPOSTASIS, HYPOSTASIS] : N substance; person of the trinity;

[HYPOSTATICUS, HYPOSTATICA, HYPOSTATICUM] : ADJ hypostatic, pertaining to the person;

[HYPOTENUSA, HYPOTENUSAE] : N hypotenuse;

[HYPOTHECA, HYPOTHECAE] : N security for a loan or debt;

[HYPOTHECARIUS, HYPOTHECARIA, HYPOTHECARIUM] : ADJ concerning security for loan/debt; (actio ~=>suit on claim to property pledged);

[HYSOPUM, HYSOPI] : N aromatic herb; (perh. various species of origanum); hyssopus officinalis (l+s);

[HYSOPUS, HYSOPI] : N aromatic herb; (perh. various species of origanum); hyssopus officinalis (l+s);

[HYSSOPUM, HYSSOPI] : N aromatic herb; (perh. various species of origanum); hyssopus officinalis (l+s);

[HYSSOPUS, HYSSOPI] : N aromatic herb; (perh. various species of origanum); hyssopus officinalis (l+s); W:

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