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[I] : PRON (w/-dem ONLY, idem, eadem, idem) same, the same, the very same, also;

[I] : PRON he, she, it, they; also DEMONST that, he, she, it, they, them;

[IACEO] : to lie, lie prostrate, lie dead.

[IACIO] : to throw, cast, hurl, lay, scatter, diffuse.

[IACTANS, IACTANTIS (GEN.), IACTANTIOR -OR -US, IACTANTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ arrogant; boastful; proud; exulant;

[IACTANTIA] : bragging, boasting.

[IACTIO, IACTIONIS] : N throwing; (erasmus);

[IACULATOR] : ; a thrower, javelin man, spear thrower.

[IACULATOR] : a thrower, javelin man, spear thrower.

[IACULUM] : dart, javelin, short spear.

[IACULUS, IACULA, IACULUM] : ADJ thrown, darting;

[IAM PRIDEM] : now for a long time.

[IAM TANDEM] : in the end.

[IAM] : moreover, henceforth, indeed, just, further.

[IAM] : now, by now, already/ presently, immediately, soon.

[IAMBEUS, IAMBEA, IAMBEUM] : ADJ iambic;

[IAMBUS, IAMBI] : N an iambus, a metrical foot; a metrical poem;

[IAMDIU] : now for a long time.

[IAMDUDUM] : now for a long time.

[IANITOR] : -oris doorkeeper, porter.

[IANITRIX, IANITRICIS] : N poetress;

[IANTHINUS, IANTHINA, IANTHINUM] : ADJ violet-colored;

[IANUA] : door.

[IANUS] : arcade, covered passage.

[IASPIS, IASPIDIS] : N jasper;

[IBI] : ADV there, in that place; thereupon;

[IBI] : there

[IBI] : there, then, therein, on that occassion

[IBI] : there.

[IBIDEM] : ADV in that very place; at that very instant;

[IBIDEM] : in the same place, at the moment, in that matter.

[IBIS, IBIDOS/IS] : N ibis; (sacred egyptian bird);

[IBIS, IBIS] : N ibis; (sacred egyptian bird);

[IBIS, IBOS/IS] : N ibis; (sacred egyptian bird);

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

[IBIX, IBICIS] : N ibex;

[ICHNEUMON, ICHNEUMONIS] : N ichmeumon; (herpestes ichneumon/weasel-like egyptian animal); parisitic fly;

[ICIO, ICERE, ICI, ICTUS] : V hit, strike; smite, stab, sting; (foedus ~ => conclude/make a treaty, league);

[ICO, ICERE, ICI, ICTUS] : V hit, strike; smite, stab, sting; (foedus ~ => conclude/make a treaty, league);

[ICO] : to strike, hit, wound / strike a bargain, make a deal.

[ICO] : to strike, hit, wound/ strike a bargain, make a deal.

[ICTERICUS, ICTERICA, ICTERICUM] : ADJ jaundiced;

[ICTUS, ICTUS] : N blow, stroke; musical/metrical beat;

[ICTUS] : blow, bite, stroke, bolt, thrust.

[ICTUS] : blow, wound, stabbing, thrust

[ICTUS] : blow, wound, stabbing, thrust.

[ICTUS] : stroke.

[ID CERTUM EST QUOD CERTUM REDDI POTEST. ] : PHRASE That is certain that can be made certain.

[ID EST (I.E.) ] : PHRASE that is to say

[ID, ABB.] : N ides (pl.), abb. id.; 15th of month, march, may, july, oct., 13th elsewhen;

[IDCIRCO] : ADV on that account; therefore;

[IDCIRCO] : for that reason, on that account, therefore

[IDCIRCO] : on that account, for that reason, for that purpose.

[IDEIRCO] : ADV therefore, for that reason;

[IDEM EADEM IDEM] : the same.

[IDEM, EADEM, IDEM] : PRON 4 2 (w/-dem only, idem, eadem, idem) same, the same, the very same, also;

[IDENTIDEM] : ADV repeatedly; again and again, continually;

[IDENTIDEM] : again and again, repeatedly.

[IDEO] : ADV therefore, for the reason that, for that reason;

[IDEO] : for that reason, on that account, therefore.

[IDEO] : therefore, for this reason

[IDIOTA, IDIOTAE] : N an ignorant, uneducated man;

[IDOLATRIA, IDOLATRIAE] : N idolatry, idol worship;

[IDOLATRUS, IDOLATRI] : N idolater, idol worshipper;

[IDOLEUM, IDOLEI] : N idol-temple; idolatry, paganism (souter);

[IDOLICUS, IDOLICA, IDOLICUM] : ADJ of/belonging to idols/image of pagan god, idol-; idolatrous; heretical; pagan;

[IDOLIUM, IDOLII] : N idol-temple; idolatry, paganism (souter);

[IDOLOLATRES, IDOLOLATRAE] : N idolater, idol worshipper;

[IDOLOLATRIA, IDOLOLATRIAE] : N idolatry, idol worship;

[IDOLOLATRICUS, IDOLOLATRICA, IDOLOLATRICUM] : ADJ sacrificed to idols;

[IDOLOLATRIO, IDOLOLATRIARE, IDOLOLATRIAVI, IDOLOLATRIATUS] : V worship an idol;

[IDOLOLATRIS, IDOLOLATRIDIS] : N idolatress, idol worshipper (female);

[IDOLOLATRIX, (GEN.), IDOLOLATRICIS] : ADJ sacrificed to idols;

[IDOLON, IDOLI] : N specter, apparation; image, form; idol (eccl.), image of pagan god;

[IDOLOTHYTON, IDOLOTHYTI] : N something that has been sacrificed to idols/images of false/pagan gods;

[IDOLOTHYTUM, IDOLOTHYTI] : N something that has been sacrificed to idols/images of false/pagan gods;

[IDOLOTHYTUS, IDOLOTHYTA, IDOLOTHYTUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to sacrifices to idols; concerning idolatry (souter);

[IDOLOTITUM, IDOLOTITI] : N something that has been sacrificed to idols/images of false/pagan gods;

[IDOLUM, IDOLI] : N idol-temple; idolatry, paganism (souter);

[IDOLUM, IDOLI] : N specter, apparation; image, form; idol (eccl.), image of pagan god;

[IDONEUS, IDONEA, IDONEUM] : ADJ suitable, fit, proper; sufficient for, able;

[IDONEUS] : proper, worthy, fitting, deserving, capable.

[IDUS, IDUS] : N ides (pl.), abb. id.; 15th of month, march, may, july, oct., 13th elsewhen;

[IECUR, IECINORIS] : N liver; (food/medicine/divination/seat of feelings);

[IECUR, IECORIS] : N liver; (food/medicine/divination/seat of feelings);

[IECUR] : the liver.

[IECUSCULUM, IECUSCULI] : N little liver;

[IEIUNITAS] : hunger, emptiness/ meagerness, poverty.

[IEIUNITAS] : hunger, emptiness / meagerness, poverty.

[IEIUNIUM] : fast, abstinence, hunger / leanness, thinness.

[IEIUNIUM] : fast, abstinence, hunger/ leanness, thinness.

[IENTACULUM, IENTACULI] : N breakfast;

[IENTACULUM] : breakfast.

[IENTO, IENTARE, IENTAVI, IENTATUS] : V to breakfast;

[IENTO] : to eat breakfast.

[IENTO] : to eat breakfast

[IGITUR] : ADV then, therefore;

[IGITUR] : CONJ therefore (postpositive), consequently;

[IGITUR] : therefore, consequently, for this reason.

[IGNARUS, IGNARA, IGNARUM] : ADJ ignorant; unaware, having no experience of; senseless; strange;

[IGNARUS] : ignorant, not knowing.

[IGNARUS] : unacquainted with.

[IGNAVIA, IGNAVIAE] : N idleness, laziness; faintheartedness;

[IGNAVUS, IGNAVA -UM, IGNAVIOR -OR -US, IGNAVISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ lazy/idle/sluggish; spiritless; cowardly, faint-hearted; ignoble, mean; useless;

[IGNAVUS] : lazy, listless, inert, sluggish cowardly, a coward.

[IGNESCO, IGNESCERE,] : V take fire, kindle; become inflamed (with passion);

[IGNEUS, IGNEA, IGNEUM] : ADJ fiery, hot; ardent;

[IGNEUS] : fiery, ardent, burning,.

[IGNEUS] : fiery, ardent, burning,

[IGNICULUS, IGNICULI] : N little fire, flame, spark;

[IGNIFER, IGNIFERA, IGNIFERUM] : ADJ bearing or containing fire;

[IGNIGENA, IGNIGENAE] : N born of fire;

[IGNIPES, (GEN.), IGNIPEDIS] : ADJ fiery-footed;

[IGNIPOTENS, (GEN.), IGNIPOTENTIS] : ADJ god/ruler of fire, potent in fire; applied to vulcan;

[IGNIS, IGNIS] : N fire, brightness; passion, glow of passion;

[IGNIS] : fire.

[IGNITUS, IGNITA -UM, IGNITIOR -OR -US, IGNITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ containing fire;

[IGNOBILIS, IGNOBILIS, IGNOBILE] : ADJ ignoble; unknown, obscure; of low birth;

[IGNOBILITAS, IGNOBILITATIS] : N obscurity, want of fame; low birth;

[IGNOMINIA, IGNOMINIAE] : N disgrace, ignominy, dishonor;

[IGNOMINIA] : dishonor.

[IGNOMINIOSUS, IGNOMINIOSA, IGNOMINIOSUM] : ADJ disgraced; disgraceful;

[IGNORANS, (GEN.), IGNORANTIS] : ADJ ignorant (of), unaware, not knowing; ignorant of christian truth (souter);

[IGNORANTER] : ADV ignorantly; unintentionally/not knowingly, unconsciously (souter); unexpectedly;

[IGNORANTIA, IGNORANTIAE] : N ignorance;

[IGNORATIO, IGNORATIONIS] : N ignorance;

[IGNORO, IGNORARE, IGNORAVI, IGNORATUS] : V not know; be unfamiliar with; disregard; ignore; be ignorant of;

[IGNORO] : to be ignorant, disregard, not be recognized.

[IGNORO] : to be ignorant of, not know / rarely ; neglect, overlook.

[IGNORO] : to be ignorant of, not know/ rarely ; neglect, overlook.

[IGNOSCO, IGNOSCERE, IGNOVI, IGNOTUS] : V pardon, forgive (with dat);

[IGNOSCO] : to overlook, forgive, pardon.

[IGNOSCO] : to pardon, forgive, let pass.

[IGNOTI MILITI ] : PHRASE For the unknown soldier

[IGNOTUS, IGNOTA, IGNOTUM] : ADJ unknown, strange; unacquainted with, ignorant of;

[IGNOTUS] : unknown, obscure, ignorant, ignoble.

[IICO] : ADV on the spot; immediately;

[ILE, ILIS] : N groin, private parts; side of body from hips to groin (pl.), loin; guts;

[ILE] : guts, intestines.

[ILEX, ILICIS] : N holm-oak, great scarlet oak, tree or wood; its acorn;

[ILEX] : -icis (fem.) holm oak, evergreen

[ILICET] : INTERJ you may go/off with you; (~ malam crucem => to Hell with); it's over; at once;

[ILICET] : it is finished / right away, immediately.

[ILICET] : it is finished/ right away, immediately.

[ILICO] : ADV on the spot; immediately;

[ILICO] : illico ; on the spot, in that very place/ immediately.

[ILICO] : illico ; on the spot, in that very place / immediately

[ILICO] : on the spot, immediately.

[ILICT] : ADV you may go, off with you (dismissal); it's all over/up (dismay); at once;

[ILIGNUS, ILIGNA, ILIGNUM] : ADJ of the holm-oak, great scarlet oak, or its wood;

[ILION, ILII] : N ilium, troy;

[ILL] : PRON that; those (pl.); also DEMONST; that person/thing; the well known; the former;

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

[ILLA] : (fem. sing. abl.) He who lives BY THAT (the sword)..

[ILLA] : (fem. sing. nom.) THAT (sword) is more expensive.

[ILLA] : (neut. plur. nom.) THOSE (arms) belong to the victor.

[ILLA] : (neut. plur. acc.) Deborah always won THESE (wars).

[ILLABOR, ILLABI, -, ILLAPSUS SUM] : V slide/glide/flow (into), move smoothly; fall/sink (on to);

[ILLABORO, ILLABORARE, ILLABORAVI, ILLABORATUS] : V work (at); (w/dat);

[ILLAC] : ADV that way;

[ILLAC] : over there/ along that path, in that direction.

[ILLAC] : over there / along that path, in that direction.

[ILLACRIMABILIS, ILLACRIMABILIS, ILLACRIMABILE] : ADJ unlamented; inexorable;

[ILLACRIMO, ILLACRIMARE, ILLACRIMAVI, ILLACRIMATUS] : V weep over/at (with dat); shed tears; water (eyes);

[ILLACRIMO] : (+ dat.) to weep over.

[ILLACRIMOR, ILLACRIMARI, -, ILLACRIMATUS SUM] : V weep over/at (with dat); shed tears; water (eyes);

[ILLAE ILLE] : (fem. plur. nom.) THOSE (women) must die!.

[ILLAE ILLE] : (fem. plur. nom.) THOSE (women) must die!

[ILLAE ILLE] : (sing. gen.) She paid half OF THIS (the cost).

[ILLAESUS, ILLAESA, ILLAESUM] : ADJ uninjured; inviolate;

[ILLAESUS] : unharmed.

[ILLAETABILIS, ILLAETABILIS, ILLAETABILE] : ADJ joyless;

[ILLAM] : (fem. sing. acc.) She wasted THAT (her youth).

[ILLAQUEO, ILLAQUEARE, ILLAQUEAVI, ILLAQUEATUS] : V take in a snare; ensnare, entangle;

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

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

[ILLATA] : from infero to cause, occasion, etc.

[ILLATIO, ILLATIONIS] : N bring in; burial; stuffing (w/food); conclusion; assumption; payment (fine);

[ILLATIO, ILLATIONIS] : N contribution/pension; tribute/tax; offering/sacrifice; petition; offer (oath);

[ILLATUROS] : from infero "they would cause."

[ILLATUROS] : from infero "they would cause.".

[ILLE DOLET VERE, QUI SINE TESTE DOLET. ] : PHRASE He mourns honestly who mourns without witnesses.

[ILLE ILLA ILLUD] : that, the former, the famous/ he, she, it.

[ILLE ILLA ILLUD] : that, the former, the famous / he, she, it.

[ILLE, ILLA, ILLUD] : PRON that; those (pl.); also demonst; that person/thing; the well known; the former;

[ILLE] : (masc. nom. sing.) THAT (house) is filthy.

[ILLECEBRA, ILLECEBRAE] : N allurement, enticement, means of attraction; incitement; enticement by magic;

[ILLECEBRA] : allurement.

[ILLECTO, ILLECTARE, ILLECTAVI, ILLECTATUS] : V entice, attract, allure;

[ILLECTUS] : allured.

[ILLEPIDUS, ILLEPIDA, ILLEPIDUM] : ADJ lacking grace or refinement;

[ILLEX, (GEN.), ILLEGIS] : ADJ lawlwss, obeying no laws;

[ILLEX, (GEN.), ILLICIS] : ADJ false, fradulent;

[ILLEX, ILLICIS] : N one who entices/allures; decoy;

[ILLI ROBUR ET AES TRIPLEX CIRCA PECTUS ERAT, QUI FRAGILEM TRUCI COMMISIT PE] : PHRASE As hard as oak and three times bronze was the heart of him who first committed a fragile vessel to the keeping of wild waves.

[ILLI] : (fem sing. dat.) There is a statue IN THAT (abbey).

[ILLI] : (masc. plur. nom.) THOSE (men) are loyal to the king.

[ILLI] : (masc. sing. dat.) He sent FOR THAT (doctor).

[ILLI] : (neut sing. dat.) i'd give my right arm FOR THOSE (cookies).

[ILLIAM] : (fem. sing. acc.) She wasted THAT (her youth).

[ILLIC] : ADV in that place, there, over there;

[ILLIC] : there, at that place, therein, in that matter.

[ILLICIO, ILLICERE, ILLEXI, ILLECTUS] : V allure, entice;

[ILLICITUS, ILLICITA, ILLICITUM] : ADJ forbidden, unlawful, illicit;

[ILLICITUS] : unlawful.

[ILLICO] : ADV immediately; on the spot, in that very place;

[ILLICO] : immediately.

[ILLIDO, ILLIDERE, ILLISI, ILLISUS] : V strike/beat/dash/push against/on; injure by crushing; drive (teeth into);

[ILLIGO, ILLIGARE, ILLIGAVI, ILLIGATUS] : V bind, fasten, tie up;

[ILLINC] : ADV there, in that place, on that side; from there;

[ILLINO, ILLINERE, ILLEVI, ILLITUS] : V smear over; anoint;

[ILLIS QUORUM MERUERE LABORES ] : PHRASE For them whose labours have showed them deserving

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

[ILLIS] : (fem. plur. dat.) She gave her property TO THOSE (churches).

[ILLIS] : (masc. plur. abl.) They passed BY THOSE (roads).

[ILLIS] : (masc. plur. dat.) Tell it TO THOSE (Marines).

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

[ILLIS] : (neut. plur. abl.) She earned it BY THESE (her deeds).

[ILLIS] : (plur. abl.) She earned it BY THESE (her deeds).

[ILLIUS] : (fem. sing. gen.) They are fond OF THAT (change).

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

[ILLIUS] : (neut. sing. gen.) She paid half OF THAT (the cost).

[ILLO] : (masc. sing. abl.) He gave plenty FOR THAT (field).

[ILLO] : (neut. sing. abl.) Do not hesitate BECAUSE OF THAT! (doubt).

[ILLO] : (neut. sing. abl.) Do not hesitate BECAUSE OF THAT! (doubt)

[ILLO] : ADV there, thither, to that place/point;

[ILLORUM] : (masc. plur. gen.) The horses OF THOSE (soldiers) are spent.

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

[ILLOS] : (masc. plur. acc.) They burned THOSE (houses) to the ground.

[ILLUC] : (adv.) (to) there; to that; to him/her

[ILLUC] : ADV there, thither, to that place/point;

[ILLUC] : thither, to that place, to that matter, to that person.

[ILLUCEO, ILLUCERE, ILLUXI] : V illuminate, shine on;

[ILLUCESCO, ILLUCESCERE, ILLUXI] : V begin to dawn;

[ILLUD] : (neut. sing. nom.) THAT (monastery) is well-built.

[ILLUD] : (neut. sing. acc.) Break THOSE (fetters)!.

[ILLUD] : (neut. sing. acc.) Break THOSE (fetters)!

[ILLUDO ILLUSI ILLUSUM] : to mock, make fun of, ridicule

[ILLUDO ILLUSI ILLUSUM] : to mock, make fun of, ridicule.

[ILLUDO, ILLUDERE, ILLUSI, ILLUSUS] : V mock, ridicule, speak mockingly of; fool, dupe; use for sexual pleasure;

[ILLUDO-SI-SUM] : 3, to mock, to scorn.

[ILLUDO-SI-SUM] : 3, to mock, to scorn

[ILLUM] : (masc. sing. acc.) He ate THAT (fruit).

[ILLUMINATIO, ILLUMINATIONIS] : N glory, illustriousness; enlightening (ecc); lighting/illumination;

[ILLUMINO, ILLUMINARE, ILLUMINAVI, ILLUMINATUS] : V illuminate, give light to; light up; reveal/throw light on; brighten (w/color);

[ILLUSIO, ILLUSIONIS] : N irony; mocking, jeering; illusion; deceit;

[ILLUSOR, ILLUSORIS] : N scoffer; mocker;

[ILLUSORIUS, ILLUSORIA, ILLUSORIUM] : ADJ ironical; of a scoffer/mocking character;

[ILLUSTRATOR] : enlightener.

[ILLUSTRATUS] : renowned.

[ILLUSTRE, ILLUSTRIUS, ILLUSTRISSIME] : ADV with clarity; clearly, distinctly, perspicuously (l+s);

[ILLUSTRIS, ILLUSTRE, ILLUSTRIOR -OR -US, ILLUSTRISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bright, shining, brilliant; clear, lucid; illustrious, distinguished, famous;

[ILLUSTRIS] : famous.

[ILLUSTRO, ILLUSTRARE, ILLUSTRAVI, ILLUSTRATUS] : V illuminate, light up; give glory; embellish; make clear, elucidate; enlighten;

[ILLUSTRO] : to light up, illuminate.

[ILLUVIES, ILLUVIEI] : N dirt, filth; filthy condition;

[ILLYRICUM, ILLYRICI] : N illyricum; territory ne of adriatic; slovenia/croatia region;

[ILUM, ILI] : N groin, private parts; area from hips to groin (pl.), loin; guts/entrails;

[IMAGINARIUS, IMAGINARIA, IMAGINARIUM] : ADJ imaginary;

[IMAGINATIO, IMAGINATIONIS] : N imagination, fancy;

[IMAGINOR, IMAGINARI, -, IMAGINATUS SUM] : V to imagine, conceive, picture to oneself;

[IMAGO, IMAGINIS] : N likeness, image, appearance; statue; idea; echo; ghost, phantom;

[IMAGO] : image, likeness.

[IMAGUNCULA, IMAGUNCULAE] : N small image; statuette;

[IMBECILLIS, IMBECILLE, IMBECILLIOR -OR -US, IMBECILLISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ weak/feeble; delicate (plant); fragile; ineffective; lacking in power/resources;

[IMBECILLITAS, IMBECILLITATIS] : N weakness, feebleness; moral/intellectual weakness;

[IMBECILLITAS] : indisposition.

[IMBECILLUS, IMBECILLA -UM, IMBECILLIOR -OR -US, IMBECILLISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ weak/feeble; delicate (plant); fragile; ineffective; lacking in power/resources;

[IMBELLIS, IMBELLIS, IMBELLE] : ADJ unwarlike; not suited or ready for war;

[IMBELLIS] : unwarlike.

[IMBER, IMBRIS] : N rain, shower; shower of any liquid; shower of missiles;

[IMBER] : ymber ; rain shower, rain storm, pelting rain.

[IMBER] : ymber ; rain shower, rain storm, pelting rain

[IMBERBIS, IMBERBIS, IMBERBE] : ADJ beardless;

[IMBERBUS, IMBERBA, IMBERBUM] : ADJ beardless;

[IMBIBO, IMBIBERE, IMBIBI] : V drink in, imbibe; absorb into one's mind, conceive, form;

[IMBIBO] : imbibe, drink in/ think up, conceive.

[IMBIBO] : imbibe, drink in / think up, conceive.

[IMBREX, IMBRICIS] : N tile;

[IMBRIFER, IMBRIFERA, IMBRIFERUM] : ADJ rain-bringing, rainy;

[IMBRIUM] : of rain.

[IMBUO, IMBUERE, IMBUI, IMBUTUS] : V wet, soak, dip; give initial instruction (in);

[IMBUO] : to imbue.

[IMBUO] : to soak, steep, saturate/ to stain, dye/ to become used to.

[IMBUO] : to soak, steep, saturate / to stain, dye / to become used to.

[IMITABILIS, IMITABILIS, IMITABILE] : ADJ that may be imitated;

[IMITABILIS] : imitable.

[IMITABILIS] : that which can be imitated,.

[IMITABILIS] : that which can be imitated,

[IMITAMEN, IMITAMINIS] : N imitation; copy;

[IMITAMENTUM, IMITAMENTI] : N imitating, imitation;

[IMITATIO, IMITATIONIS] : N imitation, copy, mimicking;

[IMITATOR, IMITATORIS] : N one who imitates or copies;

[IMITATORES, SERVUM PECUS! ] : PHRASE Imitators, you slavish crowd!

[IMITATRIX, IMITATRICIS] : N female imitator;

[IMITOR, IMITARI, -, IMITATUS SUM] : V imitate, copy, mimic;

[IMITOR] : to imitate.

[IMITOR] : to imitate, substitute.

[IMMACULATUS, IMMACULATA, IMMACULATUM] : ADJ immaculate/unstained/spotless/without blemish; undefiled/pure/chaste; blameless;

[IMMADESCO, IMMADESCERE, IMMADUI] : V become wet or moist;

[IMMANIS, IMMANE, IMMANIOR -OR -US, IMMANISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ huge/vast/immense/tremendous/extreme/monstrous; inhuman/savage/brutal/frightful;

[IMMANIS] : monstrous.

[IMMANITAS, IMMANITATIS] : N brutality, savage character, frightfulness; huge/vast size; barbarity; monster;

[IMMANITAS, IMMANITATIS] : N hugeness, vastness; brutality; barbarity;

[IMMANITAS] : heinousness, savagery, frightfulness.

[IMMANITAS] : savagery, frightfulness.

[IMMANITER] : dreadfully, savagely.

[IMMANSUETUS, IMMANSUETA, IMMANSUETUM] : ADJ savage;

[IMMARCESCIBILIS] : unfading.

[IMMATURUS, IMMATURA, IMMATURUM] : ADJ unripe, immature, untimely;

[IMMEDIATUS, IMMEDIATA -UM, IMMEDIATIOR -OR -US, IMMEDIATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ absolute (contraries), non-mediated; next;

[IMMEDICABILIS, IMMEDICABILIS, IMMEDICABILE] : ADJ incurable;

[IMMEMOR, (GEN.), IMMEMORIS] : ADJ forgetful (by nature); lacking memory; heedless (of obligations/consequences);

[IMMEMORATIO, IMMEMORATIONIS] : N forgetfulness, unmindfulness;

[IMMEMORATUM, IMMEMORATI] : N things (pl.) not told/related; things not mentioned;

[IMMEMORATUS, IMMEMORATA, IMMEMORATUM] : ADJ unmentioned; hitherto untold; not yet related, new (l+s);

[IMMENSUM] : ADV to an enormous extent/degree;

[IMMENSURABILIS, IMMENSURABILIS, IMMENSURABILE] : ADJ immursurable;

[IMMENSUS, IMMENSA, IMMENSUM] : ADJ immeasurable, immense/vast/boundless/unending; infinitly great; innumerable;

[IMMERENS, (GEN.), IMMERENTIS] : ADJ undeserving (of ill treatment), blameless;

[IMMERGO, IMMERGERE, IMMERSI, IMMERSUS] : V dip; plunge; (se immergere (with in + acc.) = to plunge into, to insinuate;

[IMMERITO] : ADV unjustly; without cause;

[IMMERITUS, IMMERITA, IMMERITUM] : ADJ undeserving; undeserved, unmerited;

[IMMERSABILIS, IMMERSABILIS, IMMERSABILE] : ADJ unsinkable, that cannot be sunk;

[IMMETATUS, IMMETATA, IMMETATUM] : ADJ unmeasured;

[IMMIGRO, IMMIGRARE, IMMIGRAVI, IMMIGRATUS] : V move (into);

[IMMINEO, IMMINERE,] : V threaten, be a threat (to); overhang, be imminent; with dat;

[IMMINEO] : to hang over, be imminent, threaten.

[IMMINUO, IMMINUERE, IMMINUI, IMMINUTUS] : V diminish; impair;

[IMMISCEO, IMMISCERE, IMMISCUI, IMMIXTUS] : V mix in, mingle; confuse;

[IMMISERABILIS, IMMISERABILIS, IMMISERABILE] : ADJ unpitied;

[IMMISERICORDITER] : ADV unmercifully;

[IMMISERICORS, (GEN.), IMMISERICORDIS] : ADJ unmerciful;

[IMMISSIO, IMMISSIONIS] : N insertion/engrafting, action of putting/sending in, of allowing to enter;

[IMMITIS, IMMITE, IMMITIOR -OR -US, IMMITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ cruel, rough, harsh, sour; rude, rough; severe, stern; inexorable; savage;

[IMMITIS] : rude.

[IMMITTO, IMMITTERE, IMMISI, IMMISSUS] : V send in/to/into/against; cause to go; insert; hurl/throw in; let go/in; allow;

[IMMO] : (adv.) or rather; indeed; no, yes (emphasis)

[IMMO] : ADV no indeed (contradiction); on the contrary, more correctly; indeed, nay more;

[IMMO] : by all means, by no means, on the contrary.

[IMMO] : nay, should I say, on the contrary

[IMMO] : nay, should I say, on the contrary.

[IMMOBILIS, IMMOBILIS, IMMOBILE] : ADJ immovable; immobile; fixed/unalterable; unmoving/motionless/unchanging;

[IMMOBILIS, IMMOBILIS, IMMOBILE] : ADJ unwieldy/cumbersome; imperturable/emotionally unmoved; steadfast; slow to act;

[IMMOBILITAS, IMMOBILITATIS] : N insensibility (is/can not be moved); firmness/constancy/steadfastness; inertia;

[IMMOBILITER] : ADV immovably, without movement; changelessly, unalterably, constantly, fixedly;

[IMMODERATIO, IMMODERATIONIS] : N excess;

[IMMODERATUS, IMMODERATA, IMMODERATUM] : ADJ unlimited, immoderate, disorderly;

[IMMODESTE] : ADV extravagantly;

[IMMODESTIA, IMMODESTIAE] : N want of restraint;

[IMMODESTUS, IMMODESTA, IMMODESTUM] : ADJ unrestrained, extravagant;

[IMMODICUS, IMMODICA, IMMODICUM] : ADJ beyond measure, immoderate, excessive;

[IMMODICUS] : immoderate, excessive, beyond measure.

[IMMODULATUS, IMMODULATA, IMMODULATUM] : ADJ inharmonious;

[IMMOLATICIUS, IMMOLATICIA, IMMOLATICIUM] : ADJ of/for a sacrifice;

[IMMOLATITIUS, IMMOLATITIA, IMMOLATITIUM] : ADJ of/for a sacrifice;

[IMMOLITUS, IMMOLITA, IMMOLITUM] : ADJ built up, erected;

[IMMOLO, IMMOLARE, IMMOLAVI, IMMOLATUS] : V sacrifice, offer (a victim) in sacrifice; sprinkle with sacred meal; immolate;

[IMMORIOR, IMMORI, -, IMMORTUUS SUM] : V die (in a particular place, position, etc) (w/dat);

[IMMORSUS, IMMORSA, IMMORSUM] : ADJ bitten, stimulated;

[IMMORTAL, IMMORTALIS] : N immortal, god;

[IMMORTALIS, IMMORTALIS, IMMORTALE] : ADJ immortal, not subject to death; eternal, everlasting, perpetual; imperishable;

[IMMORTALIS, IMMORTALIS, IMMORTALE] : ADJ immortal; eternal;

[IMMORTALIS] : immortal.

[IMMORTALITAS, IMMORTALITATIS] : N immortality;

[IMMORTALITAS, IMMORTALITATIS] : N immortality; divinity, being a god; industructibility; permanence; rememberance;

[IMMOTUS, IMMOTA, IMMOTUM] : ADJ unmoved, unchanged; immovable; inflexible;

[IMMOTUS] : unmoved.

[IMMUGIO, IMMUGIRE, IMMUGIVI, IMMUGITUS] : V bellow; resound inwardly; roar in/on;

[IMMULATIO, IMMULATIONIS] : N offering;

[IMMUNDA] : unclean, impure, dirty, foul.

[IMMUNDITIA, IMMUNDITIAE] : N dirtiness/untidiness; foulness (moral); lust/wantonness; dirty conditions (pl.);

[IMMUNDUS, IMMUNDA, IMMUNDUM] : ADJ dirty, filthy, foul; (morally); unclean, impure; untidy/slovenly/squalid; evil;

[IMMUNDUS] : foul, impure.

[IMMUNIO, IMMUNIRE, IMMUNIVI, IMMUNITUS] : V strengthen (a garrison);

[IMMUNIS, IMMUNIS, IMMUNE] : ADJ free from taxes/tribute, exempt; immune;

[IMMUNIS] : exempt, free.

[IMMUNITAS, IMMUNITATIS] : N immunity, freedom from taxes;

[IMMUNITUS, IMMUNITA, IMMUNITUM] : ADJ unfortified; unpaved;

[IMMUNIUS, IMMUNIA, IMMUNIUM] : ADJ unfortified;

[IMMURMURO, IMMURMURARE, IMMURMURAVI, IMMURMURATUS] : V murmur, mutter (at or to);

[IMMUTABILIS, IMMUTABILIS, IMMUTABILE] : ADJ unchangeable/unalterable; (rarely) liable to be changed;

[IMMUTATIO, IMMUTATIONIS] : N change, alteration, process of changing; substitution/replacement;

[IMMUTO, IMMUTARE, IMMUTAVI, IMMUTATUS] : V change, alter, transform;

[IMO] : ADV no indeed (contradiction); on the contrary, more correctly; indeed, nay more;

[IMP, ABB.] : N emperor (abbreviation); general; ruler; commander (-in-chief);

[IMPACATUS, IMPACATA, IMPACATUM] : ADJ not pacified;

[IMPAR, (GEN.), IMPARIS] : ADJ uneven, unequal; inferior;

[IMPARATUS, IMPARATA, IMPARATUM] : ADJ not prepared; unready;

[IMPASSIBILIS, IMPASSIBILIS, IMPASSIBILE] : ADJ passionless; incapable of passion/suffering; insensible;

[IMPASSIBILITAS, IMPASSIBILITATIS] : N incapacity for suffering, impassibility; apathy, insensibility (def);

[IMPASSIBILITER] : ADV without passion;

[IMPASTUS, IMPASTA, IMPASTUM] : ADJ unfed, hungry;

[IMPATIENS, IMPATIENTIS (GEN.), IMPATIENTIOR -OR -US, IMPATIENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ impatient/intolerant (of); not moved to action by feeling; unbearable;

[IMPATIENTIA, IMPATIENTIAE] : N impatience;

[IMPAVIDUS, IMPAVIDA, IMPAVIDUM] : ADJ fearless, intrepid;

[IMPEDIMENTUM, IMPEDIMENTI] : N hindrance, impediment; heavy baggage (of an army) (pl.);

[IMPEDIMENTUM] : hindrance, impediment, obstacle, difficulty.

[IMPEDIO, IMPEDIRE, IMPEDIVI, IMPEDITUS] : V hinder, impede, hamper, obstruct, prevent from (w/ne, quin, or quominus);

[IMPEDIO] : entangle, ensnare, obstruct, surround, hinder, prevent.

[IMPEDIO] : to entangle, hold fast.

[IMPEDITIO] : hindrance.

[IMPEDITUS, IMPEDITA -UM, IMPEDITIOR -OR -US, IMPEDITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ hindered/obstructed/encumbered/hampered; difficult/impeded; inaccessible;

[IMPEDITUS] : entagles, hindered/ embarassed, prevented, obstructed,.

[IMPEDITUS] : entagles, hindered / embarassed, prevented, obstructed,

[IMPEDO] : to entangle, ensnare, hinder, prevent, obstruct.

[IMPELLO IMPULI IMPULSUM] : to set in mortion, impel, urge on.

[IMPELLO, IMPELLERE, IMPULI, IMPULSUS] : V drive/persuade/impel; urge on/action; push/thrust/strike against; overthrow;

[IMPELLO] : to drive against, strike upon.

[IMPELLO] : to stimulate.

[IMPENDEO, IMPENDERE,] : V overhang, hang over; threaten; be imminent, impend; (w/dat);

[IMPENDEO] : to hang over, threaten, menace, be imminent.

[IMPENDIUM, IMPENDI(I)] : N expense, expenditure, payment; cost, outlay;

[IMPENDIUM] : L expenditures, outlay, interest on a loan.

[IMPENDO, IMPENDERE, IMPENDI, IMPENSUS] : V expend, spend; devote (to);

[IMPENDO] : to expend.

[IMPENDO] : to lay out, expend, weigh out.

[IMPENETRABIILIS] : impenetrable.

[IMPENETRABILIS, IMPENETRABILIS, IMPENETRABILE] : ADJ impenetrable;

[IMPENETRABILIS] : impenetrable.

[IMPENSA, IMPENSAE] : N expense, outlay, cost;

[IMPENSA] : expense, outlay.

[IMPENSE, IMPENSIUS, IMPENSISSIME] : ADV without stint; lavishly, exceedingly, greatly, very much; eagerly, zealously;

[IMPENSUS, IMPENSA, IMPENSUM] : ADJ immoderate, excessive;

[IMPERATOR, IMPERATORIS] : N emperor; general; ruler; commander (-in-chief);

[IMPERATOR] : commander in chief, general, emperor.

[IMPERATORIUS, IMPERATORIA, IMPERATORIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to a general/commanding officer; imperial;

[IMPERATUM, IMPERATI] : N command, order;

[IMPERCEPTUS, IMPERCEPTA, IMPERCEPTUM] : ADJ unperceived;

[IMPERCEPTUS] : unperceived / unknown,

[IMPERCEPTUS] : unperceived/ unknown,.

[IMPERCUSSUS, IMPERCUSSA, IMPERCUSSUM] : ADJ not struck;

[IMPERDITUS, IMPERDITA, IMPERDITUM] : ADJ not lain, undestroyed;

[IMPERFECTIO, IMPERFECTIONIS] : N imperfection;

[IMPERFECTUS, IMPERFECTA, IMPERFECTUM] : ADJ unfinished, incomplete; imperfect; not complete in every respect; undigested;

[IMPERFOSSUS, IMPERFOSSA, IMPERFOSSUM] : ADJ unstabbed, unpierced;

[IMPERIALIS, IMPERIALIS, IMPERIALE] : ADJ imperial; of the (roman) emperor;

[IMPERIOSUS, IMPERIOSA, IMPERIOSUM] : ADJ powerful, domineering, masterful; dictatorial, imperious;

[IMPERIOSUS] : imperious, dominering, powerful.

[IMPERITIA, IMPERITIAE] : N inexperience, ignorance;

[IMPERITO, IMPERITARE, IMPERITAVI, IMPERITATUS] : V command, govern;

[IMPERITO] : to govern.

[IMPERITUS, IMPERITA, IMPERITUM] : ADJ unskilled, inexperienced (in); unfamiliar, ignorant (of) (w/gen);

[IMPERIUM ET LIBERTAS. ] : PHRASE Empire and liberty.

[IMPERIUM, IMPERI(I)] : N command; authority; rule, supreme power; the state, the empire;

[IMPERIUM] : power to command, authority, command, rule, control.

[IMPERIUM] : sovereignty, realm, command.

[IMPERIURATUS, IMPERIURATA, IMPERIURATUM] : ADJ by which no one swears falsely;

[IMPERMISSUS, IMPERMISSA, IMPERMISSUM] : ADJ forbidden;

[IMPERO, IMPERARE, IMPERAVI, IMPERATUS] : V order, command, levy; rule (over) (w/dat);

[IMPERO] : to command.

[IMPERO] : to give orders, command / to rule, hold sway.

[IMPERO] : to give orders, command/ to rule, hold sway.

[IMPERTERRITUS, IMPERTERRITA, IMPERTERRITUM] : ADJ fearless;

[IMPERTERRITUS] : undaunted.

[IMPERTIO, IMPERTIRE, IMPERTIVI, IMPERTITUS] : V bestow, impart, give a share (of); communicate (w/dat);

[IMPERTIOR] : to bestow.

[IMPERTURBATUS, IMPERTURBATA, IMPERTURBATUM] : ADJ undisturbed, calm;

[IMPERVIUS, IMPERVIA, IMPERVIUM] : ADJ impassable, not to be traversed;

[IMPERVIUS] : unpassable.

[IMPETIBILIS, IMPETIBILIS, IMPETIBILE] : ADJ insufferable;

[IMPETIGINOSUS, IMPETIGINOSA, IMPETIGINOSUM] : ADJ suffering from impetigo; (pustular skin disease, scaly skin eruption);

[IMPETIGO, IMPETIGINIS] : N impetigo; (pustular skin disease, scaly skin eruption); (also on bark of fig);

[IMPETITIO, IMPETITIONIS] : N action of attacking/assaulting/assailing; (also as legal term);

[IMPETO] : to attack, head for.

[IMPETRABILIS, IMPETRABILIS, IMPETRABILE] : ADJ easy to achieve or obtain;

[IMPETRO, IMPETRARE, IMPETRAVI, IMPETRATUS] : V obtain/procure (by asking/request/entreaty); succeed/achieve/be granted; obtain;

[IMPETRO] : to get, accomplish, effect, obtain (by asking).

[IMPETRO] : to procure.

[IMPETUS, IMPETUS] : N attack, assault, charge; impetus, vigor; violent mental urge, fury;

[IMPETUS] : attack, onset, rapid motion/ impulse, passion, force.

[IMPETUS] : attack, rush, assault/ impulse, sudden passion.

[IMPETUS] : attack, rush, assault / impulse, sudden passion.

[IMPEXUS, IMPEXA, IMPEXUM] : ADJ uncombed;

[IMPIETAS, IMPIETATIS] : N failure in duty or respect, etc;

[IMPIGER, IMPIGRA, IMPIGRUM] : ADJ active, energetic;

[IMPIGER] : diligent, active.

[IMPIGER] : indefatigable.

[IMPIGRE] : ADV actively, energetically,smartly;

[IMPIGRE] : diligently, actively.

[IMPINGO, IMPINGERE, IMPEGI, IMPACTUS] : V thrust, strike or dash against;

[IMPINGO] : to hurl against, strike.

[IMPINGUO, IMPINGUARE, IMPINGUAVI, IMPINGUATUS] : V fatten, make fat/sleek; become fat/thick; anoint (with oil) (douay);

[IMPIRIUS] : fiery.

[IMPIUS, IMPIA, IMPIUM] : ADJ wicked, impious, irreverent; showing no regard for divinely imposed moral duty;

[IMPIUS] : ungodly.

[IMPIUS] : without respect, irreverent, unpatriotic/ wicked.

[IMPIUS] : without respect, irreverent, unpatriotic / wicked.

[IMPLACABILIS, IMPLACABILIS, IMPLACABILE] : ADJ relentless, irreconcilable;

[IMPLACABILIS] : unappeasable.

[IMPLACATUS, IMPLACATA, IMPLACATUM] : ADJ not appeased, in satiable;

[IMPLACIDUS, IMPLACIDA, IMPLACIDUM] : ADJ restless, unquiet;

[IMPLANO, IMPLANARE, IMPLANAVI, IMPLANATUS] : V deceive, delude; lead astray;

[IMPLEO, IMPLERE, IMPLEVI, IMPLETUS] : V fill up; satisfy, fulfill; fill, finish, complete; spend (time);

[IMPLEO] : to fill in (or up), satisfy, content, fulfil, perform.

[IMPLEO] : to fill up, content, satisfy.

[IMPLEO] : to fill up.

[IMPLEXUS, IMPLEXA, IMPLEXUM] : ADJ involved, entwined;

[IMPLICATUS, IMPLICATA, IMPLICATUM] : ADJ entangled, confused, obscure; implicated, involved;

[IMPLICITE] : ADV intricately;

[IMPLICITUS, IMPLICITA, IMPLICITUM] : ADJ entangled, confused, obscure; implicated, involved;

[IMPLICO, IMPLICARE, IMPLICUI, IMPLICATUS] : V involve, implicate; interweave;

[IMPLICO, IMPLICARE, IMPLICUI, IMPLICITUS] : V involve, implicate; interweave; be intimately connected/a maze pass; hem in;

[IMPLICO, IMPLICARE, IMPLICAVI, IMPLICATUS] : V involve, implicate; interweave; be intimately connected/a maze pass; hem in;

[IMPLORO, IMPLORARE, IMPLORAVI, IMPLORATUS] : V appeal to, invoke; beg, beseech, implore; ask for help/favor/protection;

[IMPLUMIS, IMPLUMIS, IMPLUME] : ADJ unfledged;

[IMPLUVIUM, IMPLUVI(I)] : N basin in atrium floor to receive rain-water from roof;

[IMPOLITUS, IMPOLITA, IMPOLITUM] : ADJ rough, unpolished>; adv. impolite.

[IMPOLLUTUS, IMPOLLUTA, IMPOLLUTUM] : ADJ undefiled;

[IMPONO, IMPONERE, IMPOSUI, IMPOSITUS] : V impose, put upon; establish; inflict; assign/place in command; set;

[IMPONO] : imposui ; impositum ; to place, set, stow / embark / cheat, deceive.

[IMPONO] : to lay in.

[IMPONO] : to place, set, stow/ embark/ cheat, deceive.

[IMPORTO, IMPORTARE, IMPORTAVI, IMPORTATUS] : V bring in, convey; import; bring about, cause;

[IMPORTUNITAS, IMPORTUNITATIS] : N persistent lack of consideration for others; relentlessness;

[IMPORTUNITAS] : insolence, incivility.

[IMPORTUNUS, IMPORTUNA, IMPORTUNUM] : ADJ inconvenient; annoying; rude; monstrous, unnatural; ruthless, cruel, hard;

[IMPORTUNUS] : unsuitable.

[IMPORTUNUS] : unsuitable, unfavorable, troublesome/ inconsiderate.

[IMPORTUOSUS, IMPORTUOSA, IMPORTUOSUM] : ADJ having no harbors;

[IMPOS, (GEN.), IMPOTIS] : ADJ not in control/possession (of mind w/animi/mentis, demented); not responsible;

[IMPOSSIBILIS, IMPOSSIBILIS, IMPOSSIBILE] : ADJ impossible;

[IMPOSSIBILIUM NULLA OBLIGATIO EST. ] : PHRASE Nobody has any obligation to the impossible.

[IMPOTENS, (GEN.), IMPOTENTIS] : ADJ powerless, impotent, wild, headstrong; having no control (over), incapable (of;

[IMPOTENTIA, IMPOTENTIAE] : N weakness; immoderate behavior, violence;

[IMPRAESENTIARUM] : ADV in present circumstances, for the present;

[IMPRAESENTIARUM] : for the present, in present cirumstances.

[IMPRANSUS, IMPRANSA, IMPRANSUM] : ADJ without breakfast, fasting;

[IMPRECATIO, IMPRECATIONIS] : N calling down of curses; imprecation, invoking evil/devine intervention;

[IMPRECOR, IMPRECARI, -, IMPRECATUS SUM] : V call down/upon, invoke; pray for; utter curses;

[IMPRECOR] : to curse.

[IMPRESSIO, IMPRESSIONIS] : N push, thrust, assault;

[IMPRIMIS] : ADV in the first place, first, chiefly; especially, above all, more than any other;

[IMPRIMIS] : especially, particularly, specifically.

[IMPRIMO, IMPRIMERE, IMPRESSI, IMPRESSUS] : V impress, imprint; press upon; stamp;

[IMPROBITAS, IMPROBITATIS] : N wickedness unscrupulousness, dishonesty; shamelessness; want of principle;

[IMPROBITAS] : depravity.

[IMPROBO, IMPROBARE, IMPROBAVI, IMPROBATUS] : V disapprove of, express disapproval of, condemn; reject;

[IMPROBULUS, IMPROBULA, IMPROBULUM] : ADJ somewhat audacious/impudent; somewhat wicked (cas);

[IMPROBUS, IMPROBA, IMPROBUM] : ADJ wicked/flagrant; morally unsound; greedy/rude; immoderate; disloyal; shameless;

[IMPROBUS] : inferior, bad, wicked, persistent, perverse, bold.

[IMPROBUS] : outrageous, self-willed, impudent.

[IMPROCERUS, IMPROCERA, IMPROCERUM] : ADJ small, low of stature;

[IMPRODICTUS, IMPRODICTA, IMPRODICTUM] : ADJ not postponed;

[IMPROMPTUS, IMPROMPTA, IMPROMPTUM] : ADJ not ready;

[IMPROPERATUS, IMPROPERATA, IMPROPERATUM] : ADJ somewhat hurried, slow;

[IMPROPERIUM, IMPROPERII] : N taunt; insulting reproach (def); bitterly scarcastic remark;

[IMPROPERO, IMPROPERARE, IMPROPERAVI, IMPROPERATUS] : V blame (a person); reproach (with), taunt, upbraid (l+s);

[IMPROPERO, IMPROPERARE, IMPROPERAVI, IMPROPERATUS] : V hasten into, enter hastily;

[IMPROPORTIONABILIS, IMPROPORTIONABILIS, IMPROPORTIONABILE] : ADJ unproportionate, not proportionate, out of proportion, disproportionate;

[IMPROPORTIONABILIT] : ADV not proportionally, out of proportion;

[IMPROPORTIONALITER] : ADV not proportionally, out of proportion;

[IMPROPORTIONATUS, IMPROPORTIONATA, IMPROPORTIONATUM] : ADJ unproportionate, not proportionate, out of proportion, disproportionate;

[IMPROSPER, IMPROSPERA, IMPROSPERUM] : ADJ unfortunate;

[IMPROSPERE] : ADV unfortunately;

[IMPROVIDUS, IMPROVIDA, IMPROVIDUM] : ADJ improvident; thoughtless; unwary;

[IMPROVIDUS] : improvident, negligent, thoughtless, feckless.

[IMPROVISO] : unexpected/ (ex improviso) suddenly.

[IMPROVISUS, IMPROVISA, IMPROVISUM] : ADJ unforeseen/unexpected; (de improviso => unexpectedly/suddenly, without warning);

[IMPRUDENS, (GEN.), IMPRUDENTIS] : ADJ ignorant; unaware; unintentional, unsuspecting; foolish/incautious/unthinking;

[IMPRUDENTIA, IMPRUDENTIAE] : N imprudence; ignorance;

[IMPUB, IMPUBIS, IMPUBE] : ADJ below age of puberty, under age, youthful; beardless; chaste, virgin, celibate;

[IMPUBES, (GEN.), IMPUBERIS] : ADJ below age of puberty, under age, youthful; beardless; chaste, virgin, celibate;

[IMPUDENS, (GEN.), IMPUDENTIS] : ADJ shameless, impudent;

[IMPUDENS] : impudent, shameless, insolent, presumptuous.

[IMPUDENTER] : ADV shamelessly, impudently;

[IMPUDENTER] : impudently, insolently, presumptuously.

[IMPUDENTIA, IMPUDENTIAE] : N shamelessness; effrontery;

[IMPUDICITIA, IMPUDICITIAE] : N sexual impurity (often of homosexuality);

[IMPUDICUS, IMPUDICA, IMPUDICUM] : ADJ shameless; unchaste; flaunting accepted sexual code;

[IMPUGNATIO] : -ionis ; attack.

[IMPUGNO, IMPUGNARE, IMPUGNAVI, IMPUGNATUS] : V fight against, attack, assail;

[IMPUGNO] : to attack, assault.

[IMPULSOR, IMPULSORIS] : N instigator;

[IMPULSUS, IMPULSUS] : N shock, impact; incitement;

[IMPUNE, IMPUNIUS, IMPUNISSIME] : ADV with impunity; without punishment/retribution/restraint/consequences/harm;

[IMPUNIS, IMPUNIS, IMPUNE] : ADJ unpunished;

[IMPUNITAS, IMPUNITATIS] : N impunity; freedom from punishment; safety;

[IMPUNITE] : ADV with impunity; without punishment/restraint; safely, unharmed; freely;

[IMPUNITUS, IMPUNITA -UM, IMPUNITIOR -OR -US, IMPUNITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ unpunished, unrestrained, unbridled; safe, secure, free from danger;

[IMPUNITUS] : unpunished, unrestrained, safe.

[IMPURATUS, IMPURATA, IMPURATUM] : ADJ vile, infamous;

[IMPURE, IMPURIUS, IMPURISSIME] : ADV basely, shamefully, vilely, infamously; impurely;

[IMPURITAS, IMPURITATIS] : N impurity; foulness;

[IMPURITIA, IMPURITIAE] : N impurity; foulness;

[IMPURUS, IMPURA, IMPURUM] : ADJ unclean, filthy, foul; impure; morally foul;

[IMPUTO, IMPUTARE, IMPUTAVI, IMPUTATUS] : V impute, charge; ascribe;

[IMPUTO] : to lay to a charge, enter in an account, impute to.

[IMPUTRIBILIS, IMPUTRIBILIS, IMPUTRIBILE] : ADJ incorruptible, not liable to decay;

[IMPUTRIBILITER] : ADV incorruptiblly;

[IMUS, IMA, IMUM] : ADJ inmost, deepest, bottommost, last; (~ vox => highest treble); (inferus);

[IN ABSENTIA ] : PHRASE in one's absence

[IN ABSTRACTO ] : PHRASE in itself, in general

[IN ABSURDUM ] : PHRASE to the absurd

[in adiutorium] to ones assistance, succor.

[IN AERE AEDIFICARE. ] : PHRASE Build (castles) in the air.

[IN AETERNUM ] : PHRASE forever

[IN AMPLISSIMA FORMA ] : PHRASE in greatest shape

[IN BLANCO ] : PHRASE in blank

[IN CASU ] : PHRASE in this case

[IN CONCRETO ] : PHRASE in particular

[IN CORPORE ] : PHRASE in the body

[IN DUBIIS NON EST AGENDUM. ] : PHRASE In dubious cases, you should not act.

[IN DUPLO ] : PHRASE in duplicate

[IN EXCELSIS] : in the highest.

[IN EXTENSO ] : PHRASE in full

[IN EXTREMIS ] : PHRASE at the point of death (or in great difficulties)

[IN FLAGRANTE DELICTO ] : PHRASE in blazing crime

[IN GENERE ] : PHRASE in genereal

[IN HOC SIGNO VINCES. ] : PHRASE In this sign, you will be victorious.

[IN INFINITUM ] : PHRASE endlessly

[IN LOCO ] : PHRASE at this place

[IN LOCO PARENTIS ] : PHRASE in the place of a parent (used of a teacher etc. responsible for children)

[IN MAGNIS ET VOLUISSE SAT EST. ] : PHRASE To once have wanted is enough in great deeds.

[IN MANU ] : PHRASE by hand

[IN MEDIAS RES ] : PHRASE into the midst of things

[IN MEMORIAM ] : PHRASE in memory of (a dead person)

[IN NATURA ] : PHRASE in a natural way

[IN NUCE ] : PHRASE in a nutshell

[IN PERPETUUM ] : PHRASE forever

[IN PLENO ] : PHRASE in full

[IN PRAESENTIA] : for the present.

[IN PROPRIA PERSONA ] : PHRASE in his/her own person

[IN RE ] : PHRASE in the matter of

[IN SAECULA SAECULORUM ] : PHRASE for ever and ever

[IN SITU ] : PHRASE in its place

[IN SPE ] : PHRASE to be

[IN SPECIE ] : PHRASE in particular

[IN SPIRITU ET VERITATE ] : PHRASE In spirit and truth

[IN STATU POPULARI ] : PHRASE under guardianship

[IN SUMMA ] : PHRASE in all

[IN SUSPENSO ] : PHRASE in a suspended state

[IN TOTO ] : PHRASE in full

[IN USU ] : PHRASE in frequent use

[IN USUM ] : PHRASE for use

[IN UTERO ] : PHRASE in the womb

[IN VACUO ] : PHRASE in a vacuum

[IN VINO VERITAS ] : PHRASE In wine is truth

[IN VITRO ] : PHRASE in glass

[IN VIVO ] : PHRASE in a living thing

[IN] : (+ abl.) in.

[IN] : (+ acc.) into, toward, against.

[IN] : PREP ABL in, on, at (space); in accordance with/regard to/the case of; within (time);

[IN] : PREP into; about, in the mist of; according to, after (manner); for; to, among;

[INACCESSUS, INACCESSA, INACCESSUM] : ADJ inaccessible;

[INADFECTATUS, INADFECTATA, INADFECTATUM] : ADJ natural, unaffected;

[INADSUETUS, INADSUETA, INADSUETUM] : ADJ unaccustomed;

[INADUSTUS, INADUSTA, INADUSTUM] : ADJ unsinged;

[INAEDIFICO, INAEDIFICARE, INAEDIFICAVI, INAEDIFICATUS] : V build (in a place); wall up;

[INAEQUABILIS, INAEQUABILIS, INAEQUABILE] : ADJ uneven/broken (ground); unequal/varying in amount/rate/etc;

[INAEQUABILITAS, INAEQUABILITATIS] : N lack of uniformity; irregularity;

[INAEQUABILITER] : ADV unevenly; without regularity or uniformity;

[INAEQUALIS, INAEQUALE, INAEQUALIOR -OR -US, INAEQUALISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ uneven; unequal; not smooth/level (surface); irregular (shape); patchy/variable;

[INAEQUALITAS, INAEQUALITATIS] : N irregularity of shape/distribution; patchiness/unevenness; inequality; inequity;

[INAEQUALITER] : ADV unevenly, w/irregular outline/distribution; unequally; w/disparity of treatment;

[INAESTIMABILIS, INAESTIMABILIS, INAESTIMABILE] : ADJ undeserving of valuation (phil.); not to be judged, unaccountable; valueless;

[INAESTIMABILIS, INAESTIMABILIS, INAESTIMABILE] : ADJ priceless, beyond all price; inestimable; not to be reckoned in money;

[INAESTIMABILIS, INAESTIMABILIS, INAESTIMABILE] : ADJ priceless, inestimable;

[INAESTIMANDUS] : invaluable.

[INAESTIMATUS] : unexpected.

[INAMABILIS, INAMABILIS, INAMABILE] : ADJ disagreeable, unattractive;

[INAMBITIOSUS, INAMBITIOSA, INAMBITIOSUM] : ADJ unpretentious;

[INAMBULO, INAMBULARE, INAMBULAVI, INAMBULATUS] : V walk up and down;

[INAMOENUS, INAMOENA, INAMOENUM] : ADJ cheerless; disagreeable; unlovely;

[INANE, INANIS] : N empty space/expanse/part of structure, hollow, void; space devoid of matter;

[INANILOGISTA, INANILOGISTAE] : N blabberer, one that talks nonsense;

[INANILOQUUM, INANILOQUI] : N vain-talking, that talks in vain; that blabbers/talks nonsense;

[INANILOQUUS, INANILOQUA, INANILOQUUM] : ADJ vain-talking;

[INANIMALE, INANIMALIS] : N lifeless/inanimate things (pl.);

[INANIMANS, (GEN.), INANIMANTIS] : ADJ lifeless, inanimate; without/deprived of/not endowed with breath;

[INANIMANS, INANIMANTIS] : N lifeless/inanimate things (pl.);

[INANIMATUS, INANIMATA, INANIMATUM] : ADJ lifeless, inanimate; without/deprived of/not endowed with breath;

[INANIMENTUM, INANIMENTI] : N emptiness;

[INANIMIS, INANIMIS, INANIME] : ADJ lifeless, inanimate; without/deprived of/not endowed with breath;

[INANIMIS, INANIMIS, INANIME] : ADJ filled with life; (from greek);

[INANIMUS, INANIMA, INANIMUM] : ADJ lifeless, inanimate; without/deprived of/not endowed with breath;

[INANIO, INANIRE, INANIVI, INANITUS] : V empty;

[INANIS, INANIS, INANE] : ADJ void, empty, hollow; vain; inane, foolish;

[INANIS] : empty, vain, inane.

[INANIS] : useless.

[INAQUOSUM, INAQUOSI] : N arid/desert/dry places (pl.);

[INAQUOSUS, INAQUOSA, INAQUOSUM] : ADJ arid, dry, lacking water;

[INARATUS, INARATA, INARATUM] : ADJ unploughed, untilled;

[INARDESCO, INARDESCERE, INARSI] : V kindle, take fire; become glowing;

[INASNUM] : n, foolish, insane

[INASNUM] : n, foolish, insane.

[INASSUETUS, INASSUETA, INASSUETUM] : ADJ unaccustomed;

[INATTENUATUS, INATTENUATA, INATTENUATUM] : ADJ undiminished, unimpaired;

[INAUDITUS, INAUDITA, INAUDITUM] : ADJ unheard (of ), novel, new;

[INAUGURO, INAUGURARE, INAUGURAVI, INAUGURATUS] : V take omens by the flight of birds; consecrate by augury;

[INAURIS, INAURIS] : N era rings (pl.); ornaments worn in ears; ear drops (l+s); nose ring (souter);

[INAURO, INAURARE, INAURAVI, INAURATUS] : V gild, make rich;

[INAUSPICATUS, INAUSPICATA, INAUSPICATUM] : ADJ without auspices;

[INAUSUS, INAUSA, INAUSUM] : ADJ not ventured, unattempted, undared;

[INBECILLIS, INBECILLE, INBECILLIOR -OR -US, INBECILLISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ weak/feeble; delicate (plant); fragile; ineffective; lacking in power/resources;

[INBECILLUS, INBECILLA -UM, INBECILLIOR -OR -US, INBECILLISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ weak/feeble; delicate (plant); fragile; ineffective; lacking in power/resources;

[INBELLIS, INBELLIS, INBELLE] : ADJ unwarlike, peaceful, unfit for war;

[INCAEDUUS, INCAEDUA, INCAEDUUM] : ADJ not felled, not cut down (of woods);

[INCALESCO, INCALESCERE, INCALUI] : V grow hot; become heated;

[INCALESCO] : glow, kindle.

[INCALLIDUS, INCALLIDA, INCALLIDUM] : ADJ not shrewd, simple;

[INCANDESCO, INCANDESCERE, INCANDUI] : V grow warm, be heated, glow, become red-hot;

[INCANESCO, INCANESCERE, INCANUI] : V turn gray or hoary;

[INCANTAMEN, INCANTAMINIS] : N charm;

[INCANTATIO, INCANTATIONIS] : N enchantment; spell; incantation (def); (false) statement (souter);

[INCANTATOR, INCANTATORIS] : N enchanter, wizard; magician, soothsayer (souter);

[INCANTATRIX, INCANTATRICIS] : N enchantress; witch;

[INCANUS, INCANA, INCANUM] : ADJ quite gray, hoary;

[INCARCERATUS, INCARCERATA, INCARCERATUM] : ADJ imprisoned, incarcerated, shut up in prison, jailed;

[INCARCERO, INCARCERARE, INCARCERAVI, INCARCERATUS] : V imprison, incarcerate, shut up in prison, jail;

[INCARNATIO, INCARNATIONIS] : N incarnation, embodiment; union of divine and human in christ;

[INCARNATUS, INCARNATA, INCARNATUM] : ADJ incarnate;

[INCARNO, INCARNARE, INCARNAVI, INCARNATUS] : V make incarnate, make into flesh; (passive) be made flesh, become incarnate;

[INCASSUM] : ADV in vain; uselessly; without aim or purpose;

[INCASSUM] : ADV without effect, to no purpose;

[INCASSUM] : in vain.

[INCASSUM] : to no purpose.

[INCASTIGATUS, INCASTIGATA, INCASTIGATUM] : ADJ unchastised;

[INCAUTA] : reckless.

[INCAUTUS, INCAUTA, INCAUTUM] : ADJ incautious, off one's guard, unprotected;

[INCEDO, INCEDERE, INCESSI, INCESSUS] : V advance, march; approach; step, walk, march along;

[INCEDO] : to awake, march, go, enter into.

[INCEDO] : to awake, march, go, enter into

[INCEDO] : to move forward.

[INCELEBRATUS, INCELEBRATA, INCELEBRATUM] : ADJ unrecorded;

[INCENATUS, INCENATA, INCENATUM] : ADJ without dinner; without having supped (erasmus);

[INCENDIA] : fire.

[INCENDIARIUS, INCENDIARIA, INCENDIARIUM] : ADJ fire-raising, incendiary;

[INCENDIUM, INCENDI(I)] : N fire, conflagration; heat; fiery heat, passion;

[INCENDO, INCENDERE, INCENDI, INCENSUS] : V set fire to, kindle, burn; rouse, excite, inflame, aggravate, incense;

[INCENDO] : to set fire to.

[INCENSUM, INCENSI] : N incense;

[INCENSUS, INCENSA, INCENSUM] : ADJ inflamed, fiery, hot; not assessed, not registered at census;

[INCENTIVUS, INCENTIVA, INCENTIVUM] : ADJ playing the tune; (of the right-hand tube in pair of pipes - other modulates);

[INCENTIVUS] : provocative.

[INCENTOR, INCENTORIS] : N procentor, singer, one who starts/sets the tune; inciter;

[INCEPTOR] : beginner.

[INCEPTUM, INCEPTI] : N beginning, undertaking;

[INCEPTUM] : beginning, attempt, enterprise.

[INCERTUS, INCERTA, INCERTUM] : ADJ uncertain; unsure, inconstant, variable; doubtful;

[INCERTUS] : uncertain, doubtful, unsure, hesitant.

[INCESSABILIS, INCESSABILIS, INCESSABILE] : ADJ incessant, unceasing;

[INCESSANTER] : ADV incessantly, unceasingly;

[INCESSANTER] : incessantly.

[INCESSO, INCESSERE, INCESIVI, INCESSUS] : V assault, attack; reproach, abuse;

[INCESSUS, INCESSUS] : N walking; advance; procession;

[INCESSUS] : pace, gait.

[INCESTO, INCESTARE, INCESTAVI, INCESTATUS] : V pollute, defile;

[INCESTUS, INCESTA, INCESTUM] : ADJ unchaste; unholy, unclean, religiously impure, polluted, defiled, sinful, lewd;

[INCESTUS] : lewd.

[INCHOAMENTUM, INCHOAMENTI] : N starting place; first principles (pl.); rudiments; elements;

[INCHOATUS] : unfinished, only begun

[INCHOATUS] : unfinished, only begun.

[INCHOO, INCHOARE, INCHOAVI, INCHOATUS] : V begin/start (work); set going, establish; draft/sketch/outline; enter upon;

[INCIDO IN MENTIONEM] : to happen to mention.

[INCIDO, INCIDERE, INCIDI, INCASUS] : V happen; fall into, fall in with, meet; fall upon, assail;

[INCIDO, INCIDERE, INCIDI, INCISUS] : V cut into, cut open; inscribe, engrave an inscription; break off;

[INCIDO] : to fall in or on, fall in with / happen, occur.

[INCIDO] : to fall in or on, fall in with/ happen, occur.

[INCILIS, INCILIS, INCILE] : ADJ ditch, trench;

[INCILO, INCILARE, INCILAVI, INCILATUS] : V to blame, scold;

[INCINGO, INCINGERE, INCINXI, INCINCTUS] : V gird (with); wrap (tightly) round (with);

[INCINO, INCINERE,] : V to sing;

[INCIPIO, INCIPERE, INCEPI, INCEPTUS] : V begin; start, undertake;

[INCIPIO] : to take in hand, begin, commence.

[INCIRCUMCISIO, INCIRCUMCISIONIS] : N absence of circumcision;

[INCIRCUMCISUS, INCIRCUMCISA, INCIRCUMCISUM] : ADJ uncircumcised; w/foreskin intact (souter); uncorrected/uncleansed; sinning;

[INCIRCUMCISUS, INCIRCUMCISI] : N uncircumcised male, one w/foreskin intact; (still) a sinner;

[INCIRCUMSCRIPTE] : ADV without limitation; infinitely; incomprehensibly;

[INCIRCUMSCRIPTIBILIS, INCIRCUMSCRIPTIBILIS, INCIRCUMSCRIPTIBILE] : ADJ boundless; incapable of being limited/circumscribed by place;

[INCIRCUMSCRIPTIBILIS, INCIRCUMSCRIPTIBILIS, INCIRCUMSCRIPTIBILE] : ADJ infinite, immursurable; which cannot be deceived;

[INCIRCUMSCRIPTUS, INCIRCUMSCRIPTA, INCIRCUMSCRIPTUM] : ADJ infinite, boundless; uncircumscribed; incomprehensible, unfathomable;

[INCISIM] : ADV in short clauses;

[INCITAMENTUM, INCITAMENTI] : N incentive, stimulus;

[INCITATIO, INCITATIONIS] : N ardor, enthusiasm;

[INCITATUS, INCITATA, INCITATUM] : ADJ fast-moving, aroused, passionate; equo incitato, at full gallop;

[INCITO, INCITARE, INCITAVI, INCITATUS] : V enrage; urge on; inspire; arouse;

[INCITO] : to excite, spur, inspire, increase / hasten, urge on.

[INCITO] : to excite, spur, inspire, increase/ hasten, urge on.

[INCITO] : to spur on.

[INCITUS, INCITA, INCITUM] : ADJ rushing, headlong;

[INCLAMO, INCLAMARE, INCLAMAVI, INCLAMATUS] : V cry out (to), call upon; abuse, revile;

[INCLEMENS, (GEN.), INCLEMENTIS] : ADJ harsh;

[INCLEMENTER] : ADV harshly, severely;

[INCLEMENTIA, INCLEMENTIAE] : N harshness;

[INCLINATIO, INCLINATIONIS] : N the act of leaning, tendency, inclination;

[INCLINO, INCLINARE, INCLINAVI, INCLINATUS] : V bend; lower; incline; decay; grow worse; set (of the sun); deject;

[INCLINO] : to bend, incline, turn, change / fall back, waver.

[INCLINO] : to bend, incline, turn, change/ fall back, waver.

[INCLINO] : to bend.

[INCLINUS, INCLINA, INCLINUM] : ADJ leaning; (douay);

[INCLITUS, INCLITA -UM, INCLITIOR -OR -US, INCLITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ celebrated, renowned, famous, illustrious, glorious;

[INCLITUS] : illustrious.

[INCLUDO, INCLUDERE, INCLUSI, INCLUSUS] : V shut up/in, imprison, enclose; include;

[INCLUDO] : to shut in, enclose, establish a siege, surround.

[INCLUTUS INCLITUS] : celebrated, famous, renowned.

[INCLUTUS, INCLUTA -UM, INCLUTIOR -OR -US, INCLUTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ celebrated, renowned, famous, illustrious, glorious;

[INCLYTUS, INCLYTA -UM, INCLYTIOR -OR -US, INCLYTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ celebrated, renowned, famous, illustrious, glorious;

[INCOGITANIA] : thoughtlessness

[INCOGITANIA] : thoughtlessness.

[INCOGITANS, (GEN.), INCOGITANTIS] : ADJ inconsiderate, thoughtless;

[INCOGITANTIA, INCOGITANTIAE] : N thoughtlessness;

[INCOGITATUS, INCOGITATA, INCOGITATUM] : ADJ unstudied (passive); inconsiderate (active);

[INCOGITATUS] : thoughtless, inconsiderate/ spontaneous.

[INCOGITATUS] : thoughtless, inconsiderate / spontaneous

[INCOGITO] : to plan, arrange, contrive, think out.

[INCOGITO] : to plan, arrange, contrive, think out

[INCOGNITUS, INCOGNITA, INCOGNITUM] : ADJ unknown; not known; untried, untested;

[INCOGNITUS] : unknown, unexamined / unrecognized / unclaimed

[INCOGNITUS] : unknown, unexamined/ unrecognized/ unclaimed.

[INCOHAMENTUM, INCOHAMENTI] : N starting place; first principles (pl.); rudiments; elements;

[INCOHO, INCOHARE, INCOHAVI, INCOHATUS] : V begin/start (work); set going, establish; draft/sketch/outline; enter upon;

[INCOHO] : incohare ; to begin, start upon, turn to, start.

[INCOHO] : incohare ; to begin, start upon, turn to, start

[INCOL] : ae ; resident, inhabitant of a place / foreign resident

[INCOL] : ae ; resident, inhabitant of a place/ foreign resident.

[INCOLA, AE] : resident, inhabitant of a place/ foreign resident.

[INCOLA, AE] : resident, inhabitant of a place / foreign resident

[INCOLA, INCOLAE] : N inhabitant; resident, dweller; resident alien; foreigner (plater);

[INCOLA] : resident.

[INCOLATUS, INCOLATA, INCOLATUM] : ADJ unfiltered, unstrained; unpurified;

[INCOLATUS, INCOLATUS] : N residence (in a town) without citizenship; status of resident alien; (exile?);

[INCOLO, INCOLARE, INCOLAVI, INCOLATUS] : V live, dwell/reside (in); inhabit; sojourn;

[INCOLO, INCOLERE, INCOLUI] : V live, dwell/reside (in); inhabit; sojourn;

[INCOLO] : incolere ; to inhabit, reside somewhere, dwell (in)

[INCOLO] : incolere ; to inhabit, reside somewhere, dwell (in).

[INCOLO] : to reside or cultivate or inhabit.

[INCOLUMIS, INCOLUMIS, INCOLUME] : ADJ unharmed, uninjured; alive, safe; unimpaired;

[INCOLUMIS] : uninjured, safe, scatheless, unharmed.

[INCOLUMIS] : uninjured, safe, scatheless, unharmed

[INCOLUMITAS, INCOLUMITATIS] : N safety;

[INCOLUMITAS] : safety.

[INCOLUMITAS] : safety

[INCOMITATUS, INCOMITATA, INCOMITATUM] : ADJ unaccompanied;

[INCOMITATUS] : alone, unaccompanied, without followers

[INCOMITATUS] : alone, unaccompanied, without followers.

[INCOMMENDATUS, INCOMMENDATA, INCOMMENDATUM] : ADJ not entrusted; without protector;

[INCOMMENDATUS] : without a protector, without a lord.

[INCOMMENDATUS] : without a protector, without a lord

[INCOMMODE] : ADV disastrously, unfortunately;

[INCOMMODE] : inconveniently

[INCOMMODE] : inconveniently.

[INCOMMODITAS, INCOMMODITATIS] : N disadvantage, inconvenience, importunity; importunity; misfortune;

[INCOMMODITAS] : inconvenience, uncomfortable / disadvantage

[INCOMMODITAS] : inconvenience, uncomfortable/ disadvantage.

[INCOMMODO, INCOMMODARE, INCOMMODAVI, INCOMMODATUS] : V inconvenience, obstruct, hinder; be inconvenient/troublesome, cause difficulty;

[INCOMMODO] : (-are) to be troublesome, unpleasant, annoying

[INCOMMODO] : (-are) to be troublesome, unpleasant, annoying.

[INCOMMODUM, INCOMMODI] : N disadvantage, inconvenience, setback, harm, detriment; defeat/disaster; ailment;

[INCOMMODUS, INCOMMODA -UM, INCOMMODIOR -OR -US, INCOMMODISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ inconvenient, troublesome, annoying; disadvantageous; disagreeable; disobliging;

[INCOMMODUS] : disagreeable, unpleasant.

[INCOMMODUS] : inconvenient, troublesome, irksome.

[INCOMMODUS] : inconvenient, troublesome, irksome, disagreeable, unpleasant

[INCOMMUTABILIS, INCOMMUTABILIS, INCOMMUTABILE] : ADJ unchangeable; immutable;

[INCOMMUTABILIS] : unchangeable.

[INCOMMUTABILIS] : unchangeable

[INCOMMUTABILITAS, INCOMMUTABILITATIS] : N inchangeableness;

[INCOMMUTABILITER] : ADV without change;

[INCOMPARABILIS] : without compare, peerless, incomparable

[INCOMPERTUS, INCOMPERTA, INCOMPERTUM] : ADJ not known;

[INCOMPERTUS] : unknown

[INCOMPERTUS] : unknown.

[INCOMPOSITE] : ADV in a clumsy/disorganized manner; awkwardly; irregularly;

[INCOMPOSITE] : irregularly, in a disorderly manner

[INCOMPOSITE] : irregularly, in a disorderly manner.

[INCOMPOSITUS, INCOMPOSITA, INCOMPOSITUM] : ADJ clumsy, disorganized, not in formation (troops); (good) unaffected, neutral;

[INCOMPOSITUS] : disorder, lack of regularity

[INCOMPOSITUS] : disorder, lack of regularity.

[INCOMPREHENSIBILIS, INCOMPREHENSIBILIS, INCOMPREHENSIBILE] : ADJ incomprehensible, inconceivable; endless; that cannot be overtaken;

[INCOMPREHENSIBILIS] : impossible to catch, incomprehensible

[INCOMPREHENSIBILIS] : impossible to catch, incomprehensible.

[INCOMPTUS, INCOMPTA, INCOMPTUM] : ADJ disheveled; untidy; unpolished;

[INCOMPTUS] : unkempt, untrimmed / rude, rough

[INCOMPTUS] : unkempt, untrimmed/ rude, rough.

[INCOMTAMINATUS, INCOMTAMINATA, INCOMTAMINATUM] : ADJ unpolluted;

[INCONCESSUS, INCONCESSA, INCONCESSUM] : ADJ forbidden;

[INCONCESSUS] : forbidden, prohibited, not allowed

[INCONCESSUS] : forbidden, prohibited, not allowed.

[INCONCINNUS, INCONCINNA, INCONCINNUM] : ADJ awkward; clumsy;

[INCONCINNUS] : awkward, clumsy / without elegance / absurd, laughable

[INCONCINNUS] : awkward, clumsy/ without elegance/ absurd, laughable.

[INCONCUSSUS, INCONCUSSA, INCONCUSSUM] : ADJ unshaken, firm;

[INCONCUSSUS] : firm, unshaken, stable

[INCONCUSSUS] : firm, unshaken, stable.

[INCONDITUS, INCONDITA, INCONDITUM] : ADJ rough, crude; uncivilized; disordered, not disciplined;

[INCONDITUS] : disorderly, not arranged, unplanned, confused.

[INCONDITUS] : disorderly, not arranged, unplanned, confused

[INCONFUSIBILIS, INCONFUSIBILIS, INCONFUSIBILE] : ADJ that cannot be embarrassed/abashed/confused; that cannot be mingled (souter);

[INCONFUSIBLITER] : ADV without confusion/embarassment;

[INCONFUSUS, INCONFUSA, INCONFUSUM] : ADJ undismayed; not disconcerted; not embarassed (l+s); unconfused;

[INCONGRUENS, (GEN.), INCONGRUENTIS] : ADJ not agreeing, inconsistent;

[INCONGRUENS] : not agreeing, inconsistent, out of place

[INCONGRUENS] : not agreeing, inconsistent, out of place.

[INCONGRUUS] : unsuitable.

[INCONRUPTE, INCONRUPTIUS, INCONRUPTISSIME] : ADV honestly, uprightly, without being influenced by bribes; correctly/faultlessly;

[INCONRUPTELA, INCONRUPTELAE] : N incorruptibility, imperishability;

[INCONRUPTIBILIS, INCONRUPTIBILIS, INCONRUPTIBILE] : ADJ incorruptible, imperishable;

[INCONRUPTIBILITAS, INCONRUPTIBILITATIS] : N incorruptibility, imperishability;

[INCONRUPTIBILITER] : ADV incorruptibly, imperishably;

[INCONRUPTIO, INCONRUPTIONIS] : N incorruptibility, imperishability;

[INCONRUPTIVUS, INCONRUPTIVA, INCONRUPTIVUM] : ADJ incorruptible, imperishable;

[INCONRUPTORIUS, INCONRUPTORIA, INCONRUPTORIUM] : ADJ incorruptible, imperishable;

[INCONRUPTUS, INCONRUPTA -UM, INCONRUPTIOR -OR -US, INCONRUPTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ intact, uncorrupted, unspoiled/untainted; genuine; pure; chaste; imperishable;

[INCONSIDERATE] : thoughtlessly, without consideration

[INCONSIDERATE] : thoughtlessly, without consideration.

[INCONSIDERATUS, INCONSIDERATA, INCONSIDERATUM] : ADJ thoughtless, inconsiderat; unadvised, reckless (passive);

[INCONSIDERATUS] : without thought, inconsiderate/ reckless, unadvised.

[INCONSIDERATUS] : without thought, inconsiderate/ reckless, unadvised

[INCONSOLABILIS] : inconsolable/ uncurable.

[INCONSOLABILIS] : inconsolable / uncurable

[INCONSTABILIS, INCONSTABILIS, INCONSTABILE] : ADJ unreliable;

[INCONSTABILITAS, INCONSTABILITATIS] : N helplessness;

[INCONSTABILITIO, INCONSTABILITIONIS] : N not standing firmly; trembling (souter); indecision (vulgate);

[INCONSTABILITUS, INCONSTABILITA, INCONSTABILITUM] : ADJ unstable;

[INCONSTANS, (GEN.), INCONSTANTIS] : ADJ changeable, fickle;

[INCONSTANS] : inconsistent, changeable, fickle, unreliable / faithless

[INCONSTANS] : inconsistent, changeable, fickle, unreliable/ faithless.

[INCONSTANTER, INCONSTANTIUS, INCONSTANTISSIME] : ADV irregularly, inconsistently, capriciously, irresolutely; not evenly/steadily;

[INCONSTANTER] : inconstantly, changeably, inconsistently

[INCONSTANTER] : inconstantly, changeably, inconsistently.

[INCONSTANTIA, INCONSTANTIAE] : N changeableness fickleness;

[INCONSTANTIA] : changeability, inconsistency/ faithlessness.

[INCONSTANTIA] : changeability, inconsistency / faithlessness

[INCONSULTE, INCONSULTIUS, INCONSULTISSIME] : ADV rashly, ill-advisedly, incautiously; without due care and consideration;

[INCONSULTE] : indiscreetly.

[INCONSULTE] : indiscreetly

[INCONSULTUS, INCONSULTA, INCONSULTUM] : ADJ rash, ill-advised, thoughtless, injudicious; unconsulted, not asked;

[INCONSULTUS] : inconsiderate, without advice.

[INCONSULTUS] : without asking advise, precipately / imprudent, rash

[INCONSULTUS] : without asking advise, precipately/ imprudent, rash.

[INCONSUMPTUS, INCONSUMPTA, INCONSUMPTUM] : ADJ unconsumed, undiminished;

[INCONSUMPTUS] : unconsumed, undiminished, not depleted.

[INCONSUMPTUS] : unconsumed, undiminished, not depleted

[INCONTAMINATUS] : pure, unadulterated, unpolluted

[INCONTAMINATUS] : pure, unadulterated, unpolluted.

[INCONTANTER] : ADV without hesitation/hesitating; (erasmus);

[INCONTENTUS, INCONTENTA, INCONTENTUM] : ADJ not stretched; untuned;

[INCONTENTUS] : unstretched, not extended, unstrained / untuned

[INCONTENTUS] : unstretched, not extended, unstrained/ untuned.

[INCONTINENCIA] : lack of restraint, incontinence.

[INCONTINENS, (GEN.), INCONTINENTIS] : ADJ intemperate;

[INCONTINENS] : incontinent

[INCONTINENS] : incontinent.

[INCONVENIENS, (GEN.), INCONVENIENTIS] : ADJ not suiting, dissimilar;

[INCONVENIENS] : not suiting/ dissimilar.

[INCONVENIENS] : not suiting / dissimilar

[INCONVULSUS] : unshattered, undestroyed.

[INCOQUO, INCOQUERE, INCOXI, INCOCTUS] : V boil in or down; boil;

[INCOQUO] : incoxo ; incoctum ; (-ere) to dye

[INCOQUO] : incoxo ; incoctum ; (-ere) to dye.

[INCORRECTUS, INCORRECTA, INCORRECTUM] : ADJ unamended, unimproved;

[INCORRECTUS] : unimproved, uncorrected, not emended.

[INCORRECTUS] : unimproved, uncorrected, not emended

[INCORRUPTE, INCORRUPTIUS, INCORRUPTISSIME] : ADV honestly, uprightly, without being influenced by bribes; correctly/faultlessly;

[INCORRUPTELA, INCORRUPTELAE] : N incorruptibility, imperishability;

[INCORRUPTIBILIS, INCORRUPTIBILIS, INCORRUPTIBILE] : ADJ incorruptible, imperishable;

[INCORRUPTIBILITAS, INCORRUPTIBILITATIS] : N incorruptibility, imperishability;

[INCORRUPTIBILITER] : ADV incorruptibly, imperishably;

[INCORRUPTIO, INCORRUPTIONIS] : N incorruptibility, imperishability;

[INCORRUPTIVUS, INCORRUPTIVA, INCORRUPTIVUM] : ADJ incorruptible, imperishable;

[INCORRUPTORIUS, INCORRUPTORIA, INCORRUPTORIUM] : ADJ incorruptible, imperishable;

[INCORRUPTUS, INCORRUPTA -UM, INCORRUPTIOR -OR -US, INCORRUPTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ intact, uncorrupted, unspoiled/untainted; genuine; pure; chaste; imperishable;

[INCORRUPTUS] : uncorrupted, genuine, pure, untainted.

[INCORRUPTUS] : uncorrupted, genuine, pure, untainted

[INCRASSATUS, INCRASSATA, INCRASSATUM] : ADJ fattened;

[INCRASSO, INCRASSARE, INCRASSAVI, INCRASSATUS] : V fatten; make thick/stout;

[INCREBRESCO, INCREBRESCERE, INCREBRUI] : V become stronger or more intense; spread;

[INCREBRESCO] : (-ere) to grow strong, prevail, increase, wax.

[INCREBRESCO] : (-ere) to grow strong, prevail, increase, wax

[INCREDIBILIS, INCREDIBILIS, INCREDIBILE] : ADJ incredible; extraordinary;

[INCREDIBILIS] : incredible, unbelievable.

[INCREDIBILIS] : incredible, unbelievable

[INCREDULITAS, INCREDULITATIS] : N disbelief, incredulity; unbelief (christian sense) (souter);

[INCREDULUS, INCREDULA, INCREDULUM] : ADJ unbelieving, disbelieving, incredulous; disobedient;

[INCREDULUS] : incredulous

[INCREDULUS] : incredulous.

[INCREMENTABILITER] : increasingly.

[INCREMENTUM, INCREMENTI] : N growth, development, increase; germ (of idea); offshoot; advancement (rank);

[INCREMENTUM] : augmentation,increment.

[INCREMENTUM] : growth, increase/ offspring.

[INCREMENTUM] : growth, increase / offspring

[INCREPATIO, INCREPATIONIS] : N rebuke; chiding; reproof;

[INCREPITO, INCREPITARE, INCREPITAVI, INCREPITATUS] : V chide, utter (noisy) reproaches at;

[INCREPITO] : (-are) to call out to, to rebuke.

[INCREPITO] : (-are) to call out to, to rebuke

[INCREPO, INCREPARE, INCREPUI, INCREPITUS] : V rattle, snap, clash, roar, twang, make noise; (alarm/danger); strike noisily;

[INCREPO, INCREPARE, INCREPUI, INCREPITUS] : V rebuke, chide, reprove; protest at/indignantly, complain loudly/scornfully;

[INCREPO, INCREPARE, INCREPAVI, INCREPATUS] : V rattle, snap, clash, roar, twang, make noise; (alarm/danger); strike noisily;

[INCREPO] : (of persons) to chide, rebuke.

[INCREPO] : to rebuke.

[INCRESCO, INCRESCERE, INCREVI] : V grow (in or upon) ; grow, swell, increase, be augmented; be swollen;

[INCRESCO] : (-ere) to grow in, or upon

[INCRESCO] : (-ere) to grow in, or upon.

[INCRUENTATUS, INCRUENTATA, INCRUENTATUM] : ADJ not stained with blood; bloodless, without shedding of blood; w/no casualties;

[INCRUENTATUS] : incruentus ; bloodless.

[INCRUENTATUS] : incruentus ; bloodless

[INCRUENTE] : without bloodshed

[INCRUENTE] : without bloodshed.

[INCRUENTUS, INCRUENTA, INCRUENTUM] : ADJ not stained with blood; bloodless, without shedding of blood; w/no casualties;

[INCRUSTO, INCRUSTARE, INCRUSTAVI, INCRUSTATUS] : V cover (with a layer), coat, line, duab; give an ornamantal layer to, encrust;

[INCUBO, INCUBARE, INCUBUI, INCUBITUS] : V lie in or on (w/dat); sit upon; brood over; keep a jealous watch (over);

[INCUBO] : to brood over, lie in a place, attach oneself to.

[INCUBO] : to hang over, lie heavily upon/ dwell in/ watch over.

[INCUBO] : to hang over, lie heavily upon / dwell in / watch over

[INCUDO, INCUDERE, INCUDI, INCUSUS] : V hammer out;

[INCULCO, INCULCARE, INCULCAVI, INCULCATUS] : V force upon, impress, drive home;

[INCULCO] : to crowd in, press in, trample in / impress upon

[INCULCO] : to crowd in, press in, trample in/ impress upon.

[INCULPATUS, INCULPATA, INCULPATUM] : ADJ unblamed, blameless;

[INCULPATUS] : innocent, without blame, guiltless.

[INCULPATUS] : innocent, without blame, guiltless

[INCULTA] : waste, desert.

[INCULTA] : waste, desert

[INCULTE, INCULTIUS, INCULTISSIME] : ADV roughly, uncouthly, coarsely; without refinement/manners/style;

[INCULTUS, INCULTA -UM, INCULTIOR -OR -US, INCULTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ uncultivated (land), overgrown; unkempt; rough, uncouth; uncourted;

[INCULTUS, INCULTUS] : N want of cultivation or refinement, uncouthness, disregard;

[INCULTUS] : neglect, lack of cultivation.

[INCULTUS] : neglect, lack of cultivation

[INCULTUS] : untidy, neglected.

[INCULTUS] : untilled, uncultivated/ unpolished, rude, rough.

[INCULTUS] : untilled, uncultivated / unpolished, rude, rough / untidy, neglected

[INCULTUS] : untilled, uncultivated.

[INCUMBO, INCUMBERE, INCUMBUI, INCUMBITUS] : V lean forward/over/on, press on; attack, apply force; fall on (one's sword);

[INCUMBO] : (-ere) to lie or lean upon, lean over, overhang

[INCUMBO] : (-ere) to apply oneself, concentrate / favor, further, promote

[INCUMBO] : to apply oneself, concentrate/ favor, further, promote.

[INCUMBO] : to depend on/ devote oneself to.

[INCUNABULA] : swddling clothes / infancy, birthplace / source, origin

[INCUNABULA] : swddling clothes/ infancy, birthplace/ source, origin.

[INCUNABULUM, INCUNABULI] : N the apparatus of the cradle (pl.); one's earliest years; birthplace;

[INCUNCTABILIS, INCUNCTABILIS, INCUNCTABILE] : ADJ that admits of no delay;

[INCUNCTABILITER] : ADV without delay/hesitation; unhesitatingly; unwaveringly;

[INCUNCTANTER] : ADV without hesitation;

[INCUNCTANTER] : unhesitatingly.

[INCUNCTATUS, INCUNCTATA, INCUNCTATUM] : ADJ not delaying/hesitating;

[INCURATUS, INCURATA, INCURATUM] : ADJ uncared for, unhealed;

[INCURATUS] : unhealed, uncured, untended.

[INCURATUS] : unhealed, uncured, untended

[INCURIA, INCURIAE] : N carelessness, neglect;

[INCURIA] : carelessness, neglect

[INCURIA] : carelessness, neglect.

[INCURIOSE, INCURIOSIUS, INCURIOUSISSIME] : ADV carelessly, negligently, indifferently;

[INCURIOSE] : negligently, carelessly.

[INCURIOSE] : negligently, carelessly

[INCURIOSUS, INCURIOSA, INCURIOSUM] : ADJ careless/negligent; indifferent; paying no attention, off guard, unsuspecting;

[INCURIOSUS] : neglect, careless, negligent.

[INCURIOSUS] : neglect, careless, negligent

[INCURRO, INCURRERE, INCURRI, INCURSUS] : V run into or towards, attack, invade; meet (with); befall;

[INCURRO] : to

[INCURRO] : to run into, assail, attack, raid into, come upon.

[INCURSIO, INCURSIONIS] : N onrush, attack, raid; incursion;

[INCURSIO] : attack, assault.

[INCURSIO] : clash, collision / attack, raid, foray, invasion

[INCURSIO] : clash, collision/ attack, raid, foray, invasion.

[INCURSO, INCURSARE, INCURSAVI, INCURSATUS] : V strike/run/dash against, attack; make raids upon;

[INCURSO] : to collide with, strike against / attack

[INCURSO] : to collide with, strike against/ attack.

[INCURSUS, INCURSUS] : N assault, attack; raid;

[INCURSUS] : an attack, assault.

[INCURSUS] : an attack, assault / efforts, impulses

[INCURSUS] : an attack, assault/ efforts, impulses.

[INCURVO, INCURVARE, INCURVAVI, INCURVATUS] : V make crooked or bent; cause to bend down;

[INCURVO] : (-are) to bend, curve, make crooked

[INCURVO] : (-are) to bend, curve, make crooked.

[INCURVUS, INCURVA, INCURVUM] : ADJ crooked, curved;

[INCUS, INCUDIS] : N anvil;

[INCUSO, INCUSARE, INCUSAVI, INCUSATUS] : V accuse, blame, criticize, condemn;

[INCUSTODITUS, INCUSTODITA, INCUSTODITUM] : ADJ not watched over; unsupervised;

[INCUTIO, INCUTERE, INCUSSI, INCUSSUS] : V strike on or against; instill;

[INCUTIO] : to strike into.

[INDAGATIO, INDAGATIONIS] : N act of tracking down/searching out; investigation;

[INDAGATIO] : investigation.

[INDAGATOR, INDAGATORIS] : N tracker, searcher, one who tracks down; investigator, explorer (cas);

[INDAGATRIX, INDAGATRICIS] : N tracker, searcher (female); investigator, explorer;

[INDAGATUS, INDAGATUS] : N act of hunting/tracking down/searching out; investigation;

[INDAGO, INDAGARE, INDAGAVI, INDAGATUS] : V track down, hunt out; search out, try to find/procure by seeking; investigate;

[INDAGO, INDAGINIS] : N ring of huntsmen/nets/troops/forts; encircling with snares; tracking down;

[INDE IRA ET LACRIMAE. ] : PHRASE Hence wrath and tears.

[INDE] : ADV thence, thenceforth; from that place/time/cause; thereupon;

[INDE] : from there, from that source, then, after; from then

[INDE] : thence, from there, for that reason, thereafter, then.

[INDEBITUS, INDEBITA, INDEBITUM] : ADJ that is not owed, not due;

[INDEBITUS] : not owed, not due.

[INDECENS, (GEN.), INDECENTIS] : ADJ unbecoming, unseemly, unsightly;

[INDECENTER] : ADV unbecomingly;

[INDECLINATUS, INDECLINATA, INDECLINATUM] : ADJ unchanged, firm;

[INDECOR, (GEN.), INDECORIS] : ADJ inglorious, shameful; unbecoming, unseemly; ugly;

[INDECORIS, INDECORIS, INDECORE] : ADJ inglorious, shameful; unbecoming, unseemlu; ugly;

[INDECORIS, INDECORIS, INDECORE] : ADJ unbecoming, shameful;

[INDECORO, INDECORARE, INDECORAVI, INDECORATUS] : V disgrace;

[INDEFENSUS, INDEFENSA, INDEFENSUM] : ADJ undefended; defenseless;

[INDEFESSUS, INDEFESSA, INDEFESSUM] : ADJ unwearied; indefatigable;

[INDEFICIENS, (GEN.), INDEFICIENTIS] : ADJ unfailing;

[INDEFLETUS, INDEFLETA, INDEFLETUM] : ADJ unwept;

[INDEJECTUS, INDEJECTA, INDEJECTUM] : ADJ not thrown down;

[INDELEBILIS, INDELEBILIS, INDELEBILE] : ADJ imperishable;

[INDELIBATUS, INDELIBATA, INDELIBATUM] : ADJ uninjured, undiminished;

[INDEMNATUS, INDEMNATA, INDEMNATUM] : ADJ uncondemned;

[INDEMNIS] : innocent.

[INDEPLORATUS, INDEPLORATA, INDEPLORATUM] : ADJ unwept, unlamented;

[INDEPRENSUS, INDEPRENSA, INDEPRENSUM] : ADJ undiscovered;

[INDESERTUS, INDESERTA, INDESERTUM] : ADJ not forsaken;

[INDESINENTER] : ADV incessantly, ceaselessly;

[INDESTRICTUS, INDESTRICTA, INDESTRICTUM] : ADJ untouched, unhurt;

[INDETONSUS, INDETONSA, INDETONSUM] : ADJ unshorn;

[INDEVITATUS, INDEVITATA, INDEVITATUM] : ADJ unavoided;

[INDEX, INDICIS] : N sign, token, proof; informer, tale bearer;

[INDIA, INDIAE] : N india; (ill-defined region of asia);

[INDICATIVUS, INDICATIVA, INDICATIVUM] : ADJ indicative;

[INDICIBILIS] : indescribable, inexpressible.

[INDICIT SCYLLAM QUI VULT VITARE CHARYBDIN. ] : PHRASE He falls into scylla's hands who wants to avoid charybdis.

[INDICIUM, INDICI(I)] : N evidence (before a court); information, proof; indication;

[INDICIUM] : data, information, evidence, indication, pointer.

[INDICIUM] : data, information, evidence.

[INDICIUM] : sign.

[INDICO, INDICARE, INDICAVI, INDICATUS] : V point out, show, indicate, expose, betray, reveal; inform against, accuse;

[INDICO, INDICERE, INDIXI, INDICTUS] : V declare publicly; proclaim, announce; appoint; summon;

[INDICO] : to disclose.

[INDICO] : to enjoin.

[INDICO] : to proclaim, make publicly known, announce, disclose.

[INDICTIO, INDICTIONIS] : N imposition (of duties; duty/tax imposed, impost; declaration of war;

[INDICTIO, INDICTIONIS] : N men forming a levy;

[INDICTIO, INDICTIONIS] : N valuation/value/price; indicating/setting/rating value;

[INDICTUS, INDICTA, INDICTUM] : ADJ not said/mentioned; (~ cause, without the case's being pleaded); unheard;

[INDIDEM] : ADV from the same place, source or origin;

[INDIFFERENS, (GEN.), INDIFFERENTIS] : ADJ indifferent; neither good nor bad; unconcerned;

[INDIFFERENS] : neither good nor bad.

[INDIFFERENTE] : indifferently

[INDIFFERENTE] : indifferently.

[INDIFFERENTER] : ADV indifferently;

[INDIFFERENTER] : indiscriminately.

[INDIGENA, INDIGENAE] : N native;

[INDIGENS, (GEN.), INDIGENTIS] : ADJ needy, indigent;

[INDIGENTIA] : indigence, poverty, destitution.

[INDIGENUS, INDIGENA, INDIGENUM] : ADJ native, indigenous; sprung from the land;

[INDIGENUS, INDIGENI] : N native; son of the soil;

[INDIGEO, INDIGERE, INDIGUI] : V need, lack, require (w/gen or abl);

[INDIGEO] : to require, need, stand in need of.

[INDIGES, (GEN.), INDIGENTIS] : ADJ needy, in want of, needing;

[INDIGESTUS, INDIGESTA, INDIGESTUM] : ADJ disordered, confused, chaotic; jumbled;

[INDIGIS, INDIGITIS] : N deified heroes (pl.), tutelary deities (local as opposed to foreign gods);

[INDIGNABUNDUS, INDIGNABUNDA, INDIGNABUNDUM] : ADJ indignant, furious;

[INDIGNATIO, INDIGNATIONIS] : N indignation; anger; angry outburst;

[INDIGNATIO] : displeasure.

[INDIGNATIO] : indignation.

[INDIGNATUS] : indignant.

[INDIGNITAS, INDIGNITATIS] : N vileness, baseness, shamelessness; indignity, humiliation;

[INDIGNITER] : ADV undeservedly; undeservedly, unjustly;

[INDIGNOR, INDIGNARI, -, INDIGNATUS SUM] : V deem unworthy, scorn, regard with indignation, resent, be indignant;

[INDIGNUS, INDIGNA, INDIGNUM] : ADJ unworthy, undeserving, shameful; undeserved; unbecoming;

[INDIGNUS] : unbecoming.

[INDIGNUS] : unworthy, lacking in merit, unfit.

[INDIGUS, INDIGA, INDIGUM] : ADJ having need (to); lacking; needy;

[INDIGUS, INDIGUUS] : desirous, needful of.

[INDILIGENS, (GEN.), INDILIGENTIS] : ADJ careless, negligent, remiss;

[INDILIGENTIA, INDILIGENTIAE] : N negligence, want of care; want of concern (for);

[INDIPISCOR, INDIPISCI, -, INDEPTUS SUM] : V overtake; acquire;

[INDIREPTUS, INDIREPTA, INDIREPTUM] : ADJ unpillaged;

[INDISCIPLINATE] : ADV disorderly, in an undisciplined manner;

[INDISCIPLINATIO, INDISCIPLINATIONIS] : N want of discipline;

[INDISCIPLINATUS, INDISCIPLINATA, INDISCIPLINATUM] : ADJ undisciplined, without discipline;

[INDISCIPLINOSUS, INDISCIPLINOSA, INDISCIPLINOSUM] : ADJ undisciplined, without discipline;

[INDISCRETE] : ADV indiscriminately, unwisely, indiscretely;

[INDISCRETUS, INDISCRETA, INDISCRETUM] : ADJ indistinguishable;

[INDISERTE] : ADV not eloquently;

[INDISERTUS, INDISERTA, INDISERTUM] : ADJ not eloquent;

[INDISPOSITUS, INDISPOSITA, INDISPOSITUM] : ADJ disorderly, confused;

[INDISSOLUBILIS] : indestructible.

[INDISSOLUTUS, INDISSOLUTA, INDISSOLUTUM] : ADJ undissolved;

[INDISTINCTUS, INDISTINCTA, INDISTINCTUM] : ADJ not separated; indistinct, obscure; unpretentious;

[INDIVIDUUM, INDIVIDUI] : N an atom;

[INDIVIDUUS, INDIVIDUA, INDIVIDUUM] : ADJ indivisible, inseparable;

[INDIVISIBILIS, INDIVISIBILIS, INDIVISIBILE] : ADJ indivisible, inseparable;

[INDIVISIBILITAS, INDIVISIBILITATIS] : N indivisiblity;

[INDIVISIBILITER] : ADV in indivisible condition;

[INDO (PAST INDIDI)] : to establish, cause, occasion.

[INDO, INDERE, INDEDI, INDITUS] : V put in or on; introduce;

[INDOCILIS, INDOCILIS, INDOCILE] : ADJ unteachable, ignorant;

[INDOCTUS, INDOCTA, INDOCTUM] : ADJ untaught; unlearned, ignorant, untrained;

[INDOLENTIA, INDOLENTIAE] : N freedom from pain;

[INDOLES, INDOLIS] : N innate character; inborn quality;

[INDOLES] : genius, disposition, talent, tendency, metier.

[INDOLESCO, INDOLESCERE, INDOLUI] : V feel pain of mind; grieve;

[INDOMITUS, INDOMITA, INDOMITUM] : ADJ untamed; untamable, fierce;

[INDOMITUS] : untamed, wild.

[INDORMIO, INDORMIRE, INDORMIVI, INDORMITUS] : V sleep (in or over);

[INDOTATUS, INDOTATA, INDOTATUM] : ADJ not provided with a dowry;

[INDUBITABILIS, INDUBITABILIS, INDUBITABILE] : ADJ indisputable, indubitable, not admitting to doubt;

[INDUBITANTER] : ADV indisputably, beyond all doubt;

[INDUBITANTER] : without doubts, confident, without hesitation.

[INDUBITATE] : ADV indisputably, beyond all doubt;

[INDUBITATUS, INDUBITATA -UM, INDUBITATIOR -OR -US, INDUBITATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ unquestionable, certain, indisputable; undoubted; not hesitated over, confident;

[INDUBITO, INDUBITARE, INDUBITAVI, INDUBITATUS] : V have misgivings (about);

[INDUBIUS, INDUBIA, INDUBIUM] : ADJ not doubtful, certain;

[INDUCO INDUX INDUCTUM] : to lead in, introduce, induce, influence.

[INDUCO, INDUCERE, INDUXI, INDUCTUS] : V lead in, bring in (performers); induce, influence; introduce;

[INDUCO] : bring in, introduce, induce, persuade/ decide.

[INDUCO] : bring in, introduce, induce, persuade / decide.

[INDUCO] : cover, put on clothing, erase writing, revoke, anull.

[INDUCO] : to bring, lead, conduct.

[INDUCO] : to bring, lead, conduct

[INDUCO-ARE] : to lead.

[INDUCO-ARE] : to lead

[INDUCTIO, INDUCTIONIS] : N leading or bringing in; application;

[INDULGENS, (GEN.), INDULGENTIS] : ADJ kind, mild;

[INDULGENS] : indulgent.

[INDULGENTIA, INDULGENTIAE] : N leniency, concession, pardon; kindness, gentleness;

[INDULGEO, INDULGERE, INDULSI, INDULTUS] : V grant, concede; be kind to; be lenient to; give way to;

[INDULGEO] : to pardon, forgive, excuse.

[INDUMENTUM, INDUMENTI] : N garment, robe; something put on; (mask, sauce);

[INDUO, INDUERE, INDUI, INDUTUS] : V put on, clothe, cover; dress oneself in; (se induere => to impale oneself);

[INDURESCO, INDURESCERE, INDURUI] : V harden, set, become hard/tough/robust; become firmly established/inflexible;

[INDURO, INDURARE, INDURAVI, INDURATUS] : V make hard;

[INDUS, INDA, INDUM] : ADJ indian, from/of/belonging to india; (dens ~ => indian ivory); of indian ivory;

[INDUS, INDI] : N indian, inhabitant of india; (applied to mahout/elephant driver);

[INDUSTRIA, INDUSTRIAE] : N diligence, industry;

[INDUSTRIA] : diligence.

[INDUSTRIA] : industry, diligence.

[INDUSTRIE] : ADV vigorously, industriously;

[INDUSTRIUS, INDUSTRIA, INDUSTRIUM] : ADJ industrious, diligent;

[INDUSTRIUS] : industrious, diligent, assiduous, hard-working.

[INDUTIA, INDUTIAE] : N truce (pl.), armistice;

[INDUTIAE] : truce, armistice, suspension of hostilities.

[INDUTIOMARUS, INDUTIOMARI] : N inductiomarus, a gaul of treveri, opponent of caesar;

[INDUTUS] : attired, clad.

[INDUTUS] : enveloped, decked out, dressed.

[INDUVIAE] : clothes, clothing, garb.

[INEBRIO, INEBRIARE, INEBRIAVI, INEBRIATUS] : V intoxicate, make drunk; saturate/drench (with any liquid);

[INEDIA, INEDIAE] : N fasting, starvation;

[INEDICABILIS] : unexplainable, inexplicable.

[INEDICIBILIS] : inexpressible.

[INEDITUS, INEDITA, INEDITUM] : ADJ not published, unknown;

[INEFFABILIS, INEFFABILIS, INEFFABILE] : ADJ indescribable, ineffable, cannot be described/expressed w/words; unpronouncable;

[INEFFABILIS] : unutterable.

[INEFFICACITER] : ineffectually, vainly, in vain,.

[INEFFICACITER] : ineffectually, vainly, in vain,

[INEFFICAX] : ineffectual, unproductive, profitless/ weak.

[INEFFICAX] : ineffectual, unproductive, profitless / weak.

[INELEGANS, (GEN.), INELEGANTIS] : ADJ lacking in taste; clumsy, infelicitous;

[INELUCTABILIS, INELUCTABILIS, INELUCTABILE] : ADJ from which there is no escape;

[INEMORIOR, INEMORI, -, INEMORTUUS SUM] : V die amid/in/at; die in contemplation of; (w/dat);

[INEMPTUS, INEMPTA, INEMPTUM] : ADJ not bought;

[INENARRABILIS, INENARRABILIS, INENARRABILE] : ADJ indescribable;

[INENNARABILIS] : indescribable.

[INEO, INIRE, INIVI(II), INITUS] : V enter; undertake; begin; go in; enter upon; (consilium ~ = form a plan);

[INEO] : to begin.

[INEO] : to enter, go in / begin, commence, undertake, start

[INEO] : to enter, go in/ begin, commence, undertake, start.

[INEPTIO, INEPTIRE,] : V play the fool, trifle;

[INEPTIO] : to play the fool, to trifle.

[INEPTUS, INEPTA, INEPTUM] : ADJ silly, foolish; having no sense of what is fitting;

[INERMIS, INERMIS, INERME] : ADJ unarmed, without weapons; defenseless; toothless, without a sting;

[INERMIS] : defenseless, harmless, impotent, without strength.

[INERMUS, INERMA, INERMUM] : ADJ unarmed, without weapons; defenseless; toothless, without a sting;

[INERRANS, (GEN.), INERRANTIS] : ADJ not wandering, fixed;

[INERS, INERTIS (GEN.), INERTIOR -OR -US, INERTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ helpless, weak, inactive, inert, sluggish, stagnant; unskillful, incompetent;

[INERS] : unskilled.

[INERTIA, INERTIAE] : N ignorance; inactivity; laziness, idleness, sloth;

[INERUDITE] : ADV ignorantly; crudely; without learning;

[INERUDITIO, INERUDITIONIS] : N want/lack of learning/education; ignorance (vulgate sirach 4] : 25/30);

[INERUDITUS, INERUDITA -UM, INERUDITIOR -OR -US, INERUDITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ uninformed, uneducated; illiterate; ignorant;

[inesse, infuit] to be in or on, contained in, within.

[INEVITABILIS, INEVITABILIS, INEVITABILE] : ADJ unavoidable;

[INEXCITUS, INEXCITA, INEXCITUM] : ADJ unmoved, quiet;

[INEXCUSABILIS, INEXCUSABILIS, INEXCUSABILE] : ADJ inexcusable;

[INEXERCITATUS, INEXERCITATA, INEXERCITATUM] : ADJ untrained, unpracticed;

[INEXHAUSTUS, INEXHAUSTA, INEXHAUSTUM] : ADJ unexhausted;

[INEXORABILIS, INEXORABILIS, INEXORABILE] : ADJ inexorable, relentless;

[INEXPERRECTUS, INEXPERRECTA, INEXPERRECTUM] : ADJ not awakened;

[INEXPERTA] : untried.

[INEXPERTUS, INEXPERTA, INEXPERTUM] : ADJ inexperienced (in), untried;

[INEXPLABILIS, INEXPLABILIS, INEXPLABILE] : ADJ inexpiable; implacable;

[INEXPLEBILIS, INEXPLEBILIS, INEXPLEBILE] : ADJ insatiable;

[INEXPLETUS, INEXPLETA, INEXPLETUM] : ADJ unfilled, insatiate;

[INEXPLORATUS, INEXPLORATA, INEXPLORATUM] : ADJ unexplored; not investigated;

[INEXPUGNABILIS, INEXPUGNABILIS, INEXPUGNABILE] : ADJ impregnable, unconquerable, invincible;

[INEXPUGNABILIS] : impregnable, unconquerable, not to be taken by force.

[INEXSPECTATUS, INEXSPECTATA, INEXSPECTATUM] : ADJ unforeseen;

[INEXSTINCTUS, INEXSTINCTA, INEXSTINCTUM] : ADJ that is never extinguished;

[INEXSTINGUIBILIS, INEXSTINGUIBILIS, INEXSTINGUIBILE] : ADJ unquenchable, inextinguishable;

[INEXSUPERABILIS, INEXSUPERABILIS, INEXSUPERABILE] : ADJ insurmountable, invincible, unsurpassable;

[INEXTINGUIBILIS, INEXTINGUIBILIS, INEXTINGUIBILE] : ADJ unquenchable, inextinguishable;

[INEXTRICABILIS, INEXTRICABILIS, INEXTRICABILE] : ADJ impossible to disentangle or sort out;

[INEXUPERABILIS, INEXUPERABILIS, INEXUPERABILE] : ADJ insurmountable, invincible, unsurpassable;

[INFABRE] : ADV without art, crudely, unskillfully, rudely;

[INFABRICATUS, INFABRICATA, INFABRICATUM] : ADJ unwrought, unfashioned;

[INFACETIA, INFACETIAE] : N crudity (pl.);

[INFACETUS, INFACETA, INFACETUM] : ADJ coarse, boorish;

[INFACUNDUS, INFACUNDA -UM, INFACUNDIOR -OR -US, INFACUNDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ unable to express oneself fluently, not eloquent; slow of speech (comp);

[INFAILLIBILIS, INFAILLIBILIS, INFAILLIBILE] : ADJ infallible, not liable to err or lead into error;

[INFAILLIBILITAS, INFAILLIBILIATATIS] : N infallibility (in knowledge);

[INFAILLIBILITER] : ADV infallibly; in an unfailing manner (def);

[INFALLIBILIS, INFALLIBILIS, INFALLIBILE] : ADJ infallible, not liable to err/lead into error;

[INFALLIBILIS, INFALLIBILIS, INFALLIBILE] : ADJ infallible, not liable to err or lead into error;

[INFALLIBILITAS, INFALLIBILITATIS] : N infallibility;

[INFALLIBILITAS, INFALLIBILIATATIS] : N infallibility (in knowledge);

[INFALLIBILITER] : ADV infallibly; in an unfailing manner; inevitably;

[INFALLIBILITER] : ADV infallibly; in an unfailing manner (def);

[INFAMIA, INFAMIAE] : N disgrace, dishonor; infamy;

[INFAMIS, INFAMIS, INFAME] : ADJ notorious, disreputable, infamous;

[INFAMO, INFAMARE, INFAMAVI, INFAMATUS] : V bring into disrepute; defame;

[INFAMO] : to put to shame, disgrace.

[INFANDUM] : oh woe unutterable!.

[INFANDUS, INFANDA, INFANDUM] : ADJ unspeakable, unutterable; abominable, monstrous;

[INFANS, (GEN.), INFANTIS] : ADJ speechless, inarticulate; new born; childish, foolish;

[INFANS, INFANTIS] : N infant; child (bee);

[INFANTARIA, INFANTARIAE] : N woman who looks after babies; woman fond of infants (l+s); murderess of infants;

[INFANTARIUS, INFANTARI(I)] : N man who looks after babies; sacrificers (pl.) of infants;

[INFANTIA, INFANTIAE] : N infancy; inability to speak;

[INFANTIA] : infancy, babyhood.

[INFANTULA, INFANTULAE] : N baby girl;

[INFANTULUS, INFANTULI] : N baby boy; little babe; little infant;

[INFATUO, INFATUARE, INFATUAVI, INFATUATUS] : V to make a fool of;

[INFAUSTUS, INFAUSTA, INFAUSTUM] : ADJ unlucky, unfortunate; inauspicious;

[INFECTOR] : dyer.

[INFECTUM REDDERE] : to revoke, render impossible, make voil, annull.

[INFECTUS, INFECTA, INFECTUM] : ADJ unfinished, undone, incomplete; infecta re = without having accomplished it;

[INFECTUS] : discolored, darkened, corrupted.

[INFECTUS] : unworked/ not done, unfinished, incomplete.

[INFECTUS] : unworked / not done, unfinished, incomplete.

[INFECUNDITAS, INFECUNDITATIS] : N barrenness;

[INFECUNDITAS] : barrenness, sterility.

[INFECUNDUS, INFECUNDA, INFECUNDUM] : ADJ unfruitful, infertile;

[INFECUNDUS] : barren, sterile.

[INFELICITAS, INFELICITATIS] : N misfortune;

[INFELICITAS] : bad luck, misfortune,.

[INFELICITAS] : bad luck, misfortune,

[INFELICITER, INFELICIUS, INFELICISSIME] : ADV unfortunately; without good luck; without success;

[INFELICITER] : unhappily.

[INFELIX, INFELICIS (GEN.), INFELICIOR -OR -US, INFELICISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ unfortunate, unhappy, wretched; unlucky, inauspicious; unproductive (plant);

[INFELIX] : arbor infelix ; the gallows.

[INFELIX] : unfruitful, barren, unproductive, infertile.

[INFENSO, INFENSARE, INFENSAVI, INFENSATUS] : V treat in a hostile manner;

[INFENSO] : to attack, avenge.

[INFENSUS, INFENSA, INFENSUM] : ADJ hostile, bitterly hostile, enraged;

[INFENSUS] : hostile, agressive /(arms) aimed, ready /(spirit) dangerous.

[INFENSUS] : hostile, agressive/ (arms) aimed, ready/ (spirit) dangerous.

[INFERI] : those down below, the dead.

[INFERIA, INFERIAE] : N offerings to the dead (pl.);

[INFERNALE, INFERNALIS] : N infernal regions (pl.), hell;

[INFERNALIS, INFERNALIS, INFERNALE] : ADJ infernal, of/like hell, hellish; belonging to the lower regions; nether, lower;

[INFERNE] : ADV underneath, below, on the lower side; infernally;

[INFERNE] : on the lower side, below.

[INFERNUM, INFERNI] : N the lower regions (pl.), infernal regions, hell;

[INFERNUS, INFERNA, INFERNUM] : ADJ lower, under; underground, of the lower regions, infernal; of hell;

[INFERNUS, INFERNI] : N inhabitants of the lower world (pl.), the shades; the damned; hell (bee);

[INFERO, INFERRE, INTULI, INLATUS] : V bring in, import; inflict; obtain; (bellum inferre => to make war on w/dat);

[INFERO] : (abstract things) ; bring on, occasion, cause.

[INFERO] : (in logic) to infer, conclude.

[INFERO] : to carry in, put or place on.

[INFERO] : to otherwise bring upon, enter, be troublesome.

[INFERO] : to say or put forth, bring forth, bring out.

[INFERUS, INFERA -UM, INFERIOR -OR -US, INFIMMUS -A -UM] : ADJ below, beneath, underneath; of hell; vile; lower, further down; lowest, last;

[INFERUS, INFERI] : N those below (pl.), the dead;

[INFERUS] : below, under, southern.

[INFERVESCO] : to come to a boil, become hot.

[INFESTE, INFESTIUS, INFESTISSIME] : ADV dangerously, savagely; in a hostile manner; belligerently;

[INFESTE] : in a hostile manner, belligerently.

[INFESTO, INFESTARE, INFESTAVI, INFESTATUS] : V vex (w/attacks), harass, molest; make unsafe, disturb; infest; damage, impair;

[INFESTO] : to attack, disquiet.

[INFESTO] : to molest.

[INFESTUS, INFESTA -UM, INFESTIOR -OR -US, INFESTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ unsafe, dangerous; hostile; disturbed, molested, infested, unquiet;

[INFESTUS] : aggressive, hostile, dangerous.

[INFICETIA, INFICETIAE] : N crudity (pl.);

[INFICIO INFECI INFECTUM] : to poison, taint, corrupt.

[INFICIO INFECI INFECTUM] : to tinge, dye, stain, imbue.

[INFICIO, INFICERE, INFECI, INFECTUS] : V corrupt, infect, imbue; poison; dye, stain, color, spoil;

[INFICIO] : to discolor.

[INFICIOR, INFICIARI, -, INFICIATUS SUM] : V deny; refuse to acknowledge as true; withhold; disown; repudiate (claims);

[INFIDELES] : faithless

[INFIDELIS, INFIDELIS, INFIDELE] : ADJ treacherous, disloyal;

[INFIDELIS] : unfaithful, disloyal, untrue.

[INFIDELITAS, INFIDELITATIS] : N faithlessness; inconstancy;

[INFIDELITAS] : faithlessnes, disloyalty.

[INFIDELITER] : faithlessly, disloyally.

[INFIDUS, INFIDA, INFIDUM] : ADJ faithless, treacherous;

[INFIDUS] : untru, disloyal.

[INFIGO, INFIGERE, INFIXI, INFIXUS] : V fasten (on), fix, implant, affix; impose; drive/thrust in;

[INFIGO] : to fix, fasten/ to imprint, impress.

[INFIGO] : to fix, fasten / to imprint, impress.

[INFIMO, INFIMARE, INFIMAVI, INFIMATUS] : V bring down to the lowest level; weaken, enfeeble; refute, invalidate, annul;

[INFIMUS, INFIMA, INFIMUM] : ADJ lowest, deepest, furtherest down/from the surface; humblest; vilest, meanest;

[INFINDO INFIDI INFISSUM] : to cut into.

[INFINDO, INFINDERE, INFIDI, INFISSUS] : V cleave; plough a path into;

[INFINITARIUS, INFINITARIA, INFINITARIUM] : ADJ having unlimited powers (of a magistrate);

[INFINITAS INFINITIO] : eternity, infinity, endlessnes.

[INFINITAS, INFINITATIS] : N limitless extent; infinity; the infinite;

[INFINITIO, INFINITIONIS] : N infinity;

[INFINITUS, INFINITA, INFINITUM] : ADJ boundless, unlimited, endless; infinite;

[INFINITUS] : unlimited, infinite, without bounds, boundless, limitless.

[INFIO, INFIERI, -, INFACTUS SUM] : V begin (to do something); begin to speak; (only infit form attested classically);

[INFIRMATIO] : weakening / refusing / invalidating.

[INFIRMATIO] : weakening/ refusing/ invalidating.

[INFIRME] : ADV weakly, faintly; cravenly; not powerfully/effectively/dependably/soundly;

[INFIRME] : weakly, faintly.

[INFIRMIS, INFIRMIS, INFIRME] : ADJ weak/fragile/frail/feeble; unwell/sick/infirm;

[INFIRMITAS, INFIRMITATIS] : N weakness; sickness;

[INFIRMITAS] : infirmity.

[INFIRMITAS] : weakness, feebkeness/ instability, fickleness.

[INFIRMITAS] : weakness, feebkeness / instability, fickleness.

[INFIRMITER] : ADV weakly/feebly; without energy/support/power; not firmly/effectively; not very;

[INFIRMO, INFIRMARE, INFIRMAVI, INFIRMATUS] : V weaken; diminish; annul; (pass) be ill (bee);

[INFIRMO] : to weaken / shake / invalidate, annull/ disprove.

[INFIRMO] : to weaken/ shake/ invalidate, annull/ disprove.

[INFIRMUM, INFIRMI] : N weak parts (pl.);

[INFIRMUS, INFIRMA -UM, INFIRMIOR -OR -US, INFIRMISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ weak (military); mild/irresolute; powerless/ineffectual; unsound/untrustworthy;

[INFIRMUS, INFIRMA -UM, INFIRMIOR -OR -US, INFIRMISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fragile/frail/feeble; unwell/sick/infirm;

[INFIRMUS, INFIRMI] : N patient, one who is sick/infirm;

[INFIRMUS] : not strong, weak, feeble /(sometimes) sick, ill.

[INFIRMUS] : not strong, weak, feeble/ (sometimes) sick, ill.

[INFIT] : he, she, or it begins, begins to speak.

[INFITIALIS, INFITIALIS, INFITIALE] : ADJ negative, negatory; containing a denial;

[INFITIALIS] : negative, containing a no, rejection.

[INFITIAS IRE] : to deny.

[INFITIOR, INFITIARI, -, INFITIATUS SUM] : V deny; refuse to acknowledge as true; withhold; disown; repudiate (claims);

[INFITIOR, INFITIARI, -, INFITIATUS SUM] : V deny, disown; not to confess; contradict, repudiate;

[INFITIOR] : to deny/ deny a debt, refuse to return something.

[INFITIOR] : to deny / deny a debt, refuse to return something.

[INFLAMMATIO] : setting afire /(people) inflaming /(souls) inspiring.

[INFLAMMATIO] : setting afire/ (people) inflaming/ (souls) inspiring.

[INFLAMMATUS, INFLAMMATA, INFLAMMATUM] : ADJ excited; inflamed; set on fire;

[INFLAMMO, INFLAMMARE, INFLAMMAVI, INFLAMMATUS] : V set on fire, inflame, kindle; excite;

[INFLAMMO] : to set on fire, inflame, to torch, kindle.

[INFLATIO, INFLATIONIS] : N inflation, swelling/blowing/puffing (up); flatulence; inflammation; insolence;

[INFLATIO] : inflation, flatulence.

[INFLATIUS] : too pompous / on a grander scale.

[INFLATIUS] : too pompous/ on a grander scale.

[INFLATUS, INFLATA, INFLATUM] : ADJ inflated, puffed up; bombastic; turgid;

[INFLATUS] : blowing into, blast, inspiration.

[INFLATUS] : pompous, swollen, puffed up, inflated.

[INFLECTO INFLEXI INFLECTUM] : to bend, bow, curve.

[INFLECTO, INFLECTERE, INFLEXI, INFLEXUS] : V bend; curve; change;

[INFLECTO] : to warp / change, sway, affect.

[INFLECTO] : to warp/ change, sway, affect.

[INFLECTUS, INFLECTA, INFLECTUM] : ADJ unmourned; not wept for;

[INFLETUS, INFLETA, INFLETUM] : ADJ unmorned, not wept for;

[INFLETUS] : unwept, unmourned, unlamented.

[INFLEXIBILIS] : unbending.

[INFLEXIO] : a bending, swaying.

[INFLEXUS] : bending, curving.

[INFLIGO INFLIXI INFLICTUM] : to strike, hit, knock / cause damage.

[INFLIGO INFLIXI INFLICTUM] : to strike, hit, knock/ cause damage.

[INFLIGO, INFLIGERE, INFLIXI, INFLICTUS] : V knock or dash (against); inflict, impose;

[INFLO, INFLARE, INFLAVI, INFLATUS] : V blow into or upon; puff out;

[INFLO] : to blow

[INFLO] : to blow.

[INFLO] : to inflate, swell.

[INFLUO INFLUI INFLUXUM] : to flow in/ to rush in, steal in.

[INFLUO INFLUI INFLUXUM] : to flow in / to rush in, steal in.

[INFLUO, INFLUERE, INFLUXI, INFLUXUS] : V flow into; flow;

[INFODIO INFODI INFOSSUM] : to dig in, bury.

[INFODIO, INFODERE, INFODI, INFOSSUS] : V bury, inter;

[INFORMATIO] : concept, idea.

[INFORMIS, INFORMIS, INFORME] : ADJ formless, shapeless; deformed; ugly, hideous;

[INFORMIS] : formless, shapeless / deformed, hideous.

[INFORMIS] : formless, shapeless/ deformed, hideous.

[INFORMO, INFORMARE, INFORMAVI, INFORMATUS] : V shape, form; fashion; form an idea of;

[INFORMO] : to instruct.

[INFORTUNATUS, INFORTUNATA, INFORTUNATUM] : ADJ unfortunate;

[INFORTUNATUS] : unfortunate, unhappy, unlucky.

[INFORTUNIUM, INFORTUNI(I)] : N misfortune, punishment;

[INFORTUNIUM] : misfortune, bad luck/ punishment.

[INFORTUNIUM] : misfortune, bad luck / punishment.

[INFRA ] : PHRASE below

[INFRA DIG (ABBR. OF INFRA DIGNITATEM) ] : PHRASE beneath one's dignity

[INFRA INFERIUS INFIMUS] : low down

[INFRA] : (+ acc.) below, under /(time) later than

[INFRA] : (+ acc.) below, under/ (time) later than.

[INFRA] : (adv.) below, underneath / to the south, in the underworld.

[INFRA] : ADV below, on the under side, underneath; further along; on the south;

[INFRA] : inferius ; infimus ; low down.

[INFRA] : PREP below, lower than; later than;

[INFRACTIO] : a breaking/ infractio aninimi dejection.

[INFRACTIO] : a breaking / infractio aninimi dejection.

[INFRACTUS, INFRACTA, INFRACTUM] : ADJ broken; humble in tone;

[INFRACTUS] : broken, weakened, impaired.

[INFRAGILIS] : unbreakable, strong.

[INFREMO, INFREMERE, INFREMUI] : V bellow, roar;

[INFREMO] : to growl.

[INFRENATUS, INFRENATA, INFRENATUM] : ADJ not using a bridle;

[INFRENATUS] : without a bridle.

[INFRENDEO] : to gnash the teetch.

[INFRENDO, INFRENDERE,] : V gnash the teeth (usually in anger);

[INFRENIS INFRENUS] : unbridled.

[INFRENIS, INFRENIS, INFRENE] : ADJ not bridled; unrestrained;

[INFRENIS] : infrenus ; unbridled.

[INFRENIS] : unbridled.

[INFRENO, INFRENARE, INFRENAVI, INFRENATUS] : V bridle;

[INFRENO] : to bridle, check, restrain, break in.

[INFRENUS, INFRENA, INFRENUM] : ADJ not bridled; unrestrained;

[INFREQUENS, (GEN.), INFREQUENTIS] : ADJ not crowded; below strength; present only in small numbers;

[INFREQUENS] : scanty, thin, uncrowded/ infrequent/ thinly populated.

[INFREQUENS] : scanty, thin, uncrowded / infrequent / thinly populated.

[INFREQUENTIA, INFREQUENTIAE] : N insufficient numbers; depopulated condition (of a place);

[INFREQUENTIA] : scantiness, emptiness, loneliness.

[INFRINGO INFREGI INFRACTUM] : to beak, weaken, impari, discourage. infrons ;

[INFRINGO, INFRINGERE, INFREGI, INFRACTUS] : V break, break off; lessen, weaken, diminish, dishearten; overcome, crush;

[INFRONS, (GEN.), INFRONDIS] : ADJ leafless;

[INFRUCTUOSUS, INFRUCTUOSA, INFRUCTUOSUM] : ADJ unfruitful, unproductive;

[INFRUCTUOSUS] : unproduction, infertile, unfruitful.

[INFRUNITE] : ADV senselessly; in profusion (souter);

[INFRUNITUS, INFRUNITA, INFRUNITUM] : ADJ unfit for enjoyment, tasteless, senseless;

[INFRUNITUS] : silly.

[INFUCATUS, INFUCATA, INFUCATUM] : ADJ colored;

[INFUCATUS] : colored.

[INFULA, INFULAE] : N band; fillet; woolen headband knotted with ribbons;

[INFULA] : headband (worn by a priest), insignia.

[INFULA] : insignia of office, headband, fillet.

[INFULATUS] : crowned with an episcopal mitre.

[INFUMUS, INFUMA, INFUMUM] : ADJ lowest, deepest, furtherest down/from the surface; humblest; vilest, meanest;

[INFUNDO INFUDI INFUSUM] : to pour in or over /(+ dat.) administer.

[INFUNDO INFUDI INFUSUM] : to pour in or over/ (+ dat.) administer.

[INFUNDO, INFUNDERE, INFUDI, INFUSUS] : V pour in, pour on, pour out;

[INFUSCO, INFUSCARE, INFUSCAVI, INFUSCATUS] : V darken; corrupt;

[INFUSCO] : to make dark, blacken.

[INFUSIO] : wetting, dousing, drenching.

[ing].

[INGEMESCO, INGEMESCERE, INGEMUI] : V sigh, groan, creak; sigh/groan over (with dat. or in + abl.)/in pain/sorrow;

[INGEMINO, INGEMINARE, INGEMINAVI, INGEMINATUS] : V redouble; increase in intensity;

[INGEMINO] : to redouble, repeat/ be redoubled, increase.

[INGEMINO] : to redouble, repeat / be redoubled, increase.

[INGEMISCO, INGEMISCERE, INGIMUI] : V sigh, groan, creak; sigh/groan over (with dat. or in + abl.)/in pain/sorrow;

[INGEMISCO] : to groan, sigh over.

[INGEMISCO] : to groan.

[INGEMO, INGEMARE, INGEMUI] : V sigh deeply; groan (over);

[INGEMO] : (+ dat.) to groan, sigh over.

[INGENERO, INGENERARE, INGENERAVI, INGENERATUS] : V implant;

[INGENERO] : to plant, implant, generate.

[INGENICULO, INGENICULARE, INGENICULAVI, INGENICULATUS] : V kneel;

[INGENIOSE, INGENIOSIUS, INGENIOUSISSIME] : ADV cleverly, ingeniously;

[INGENIOSE] : cleverly.

[INGENIOSUS, INGENIOSA -UM, INGENIOSIOR -OR -US, INGENIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ clever, ingenious; naturally suited (to); having natural abilities/talents;

[INGENIOSUS] : able, talented / neturally fit, adapted.

[INGENIOSUS] : able, talented/ neturally fit, adapted.

[INGENIUM, INGENI(I)] : N nature, innate quality; natural disposition/capacity; character; talent;

[INGENIUM, INGENII] : N trick, clever device;

[INGENIUM] : innate character, talent, nature.

[INGENS, INGENTIS (GEN.), INGENTIOR -OR -US, INGENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ not natural, immoderate; huge, vast, enormous; mighty; remarkable, momentous;

[INGENS] : of immoderate size, vast, huge, monstrous, remarkable.

[INGENS] : prodigious.

[INGENUITAS, INGENUITATIS] : N status/quality of free-born person; nobility of character, modesty, candor;

[INGENUITAS] : free birth, noble-mindedness, frankness, openness.

[INGENUUS, INGENUA, INGENUUM] : ADJ natural, indigenous; free-born; noble, generous, frank;

[INGENUUS] : free-born, noble-minded, upright, honorable.

[INGERO, INGERERE, INGESSI, INGESTUS] : V carry in, throw in; heap; force/thrust/throw upon;

[INGERO] : to go off to, betake oneself to, pour forth, inflict.

[INGLORIUS, INGLORIA, INGLORIUM] : ADJ obscure, undistinguished;

[INGLORIUS] : without fame, unddistinguished, inglorious.

[INGLUVIES, INGLUVIEI] : N gullet, jaws; gluttony;

[INGLUVIES] : (of an animal) crop, maw.

[INGRATE INGRATIIS INGRATIS] : unwillingly, ungratefully.

[INGRATE] : ADV unpleasantly, without pleasure/delight/gratitude; ungratefully; thanklessly;

[INGRATIIS] : ADV against the wishes (of ); unwillingly;

[INGRATIS] : ADV against the wishes (of ); unwillingly;

[INGRATUS, INGRATA, INGRATUM] : ADJ unpleasant; ungrateful; thankless;

[INGRATUS] : ungrateful, unpleasant, disagreeable.

[INGRAVESCO, INGRAVESCERE,] : V grow heavy; increase in force or intensity;

[INGRAVESCO] : to become ; heavy, a burden, weary, pregnant.

[INGRAVO, INGRAVARE, INGRAVAVI, INGRAVATUS] : V aggravate, make worse, weigh down, oppress, molest;

[INGRAVO] : to weight down, aggravate, afflict.

[INGREDIOR INGREDI INGRESSUS] : to step in, enter, go in, walk.

[INGREDIOR VI VENTORUM] : to proceed on the winds.

[INGREDIOR, INGREDI, -, INGRESSUS SUM] : V advance, walk; enter, step/go into; undertake, begin;

[INGREDIOR] : to enter upon, begin on /(with inf.) to begin to.

[INGREDIOR] : to enter upon, begin on/ (with inf.) to begin to.

[INGRESSIO] : an entering / beginning.

[INGRESSIO] : an entering/ beginning.

[INGRESSUS, INGRESSUS] : N entry; going in/embarking on (topic/speech); point of entry, approach; steps;

[INGRESSUS] : entering, going in/ inroad, movement/ assault.

[INGRESSUS] : entering, going in / inroad, movement.

[INGRUO, INGRUERE, INGRUI] : V advance threateningly; make an onslaught on; break in, come violently, force;

[INGRUO] : to fall upon, assail, attack, assault.

[INGRUO] : to fall violently upon, assail, assault.

[INGUEN, INGUINIS] : N groin; the sexual organs, privy parts;

[INGUEN] : the groin.

[INGURGITO, INGURGITARE, INGURGITAVI, INGURGITATUS] : V pour in liquid in a flood;engulf/plunge in; immerse in (activity); glut/gorge;

[INGURGITO] : to glut oneself, gorge.

[INGUSTATUS, INGUSTATA, INGUSTATUM] : ADJ untasted;

[INGUSTATUS] : untasted.

[INHABILIS, INHABILIS, INHABILE] : ADJ difficult to handle; not fitted, awkward;

[INHABILIS] : unmanageable, ill-fit, poorly adapted, unsuiited.

[INHABITABILIS, INHABITABILIS, INHABITABILE] : ADJ uninhabitable;

[INHABITABILIS] : uninhabitable, unfit for man or beast.

[INHABITANTIS, INHABITANTIS] : N inhabitant, dweller, occupant;

[INHABITO, INHABITARE, INHABITAVI, INHABITATUS] : V dwell in, inhabit, occupy; wear (garments) (l+s);

[INHABITO] : to inhabit.

[INHAEREO INHERO] : to stick in, cling to, cleave to.

[INHAEREO, INHAERERE, INHAESI, INHAESUS] : V stick/hold fast/to, cling, adhere, fasten on; haunt, dwell in; get teeth in;

[INHAEREO] : to adhere.

[INHAERESCO INHERESCO] : to adhere to, begin to cling to.

[INHAERESCO, INHAERESCERE,] : V begin to adhere, become attached/embedded/glued together; become stuck/fixed;

[INHAERO INHERO] : to stick in, cling to, cleave to.

[INHALO] : to breathe upon.

[INHIBEO, INHIBERE, INHIBUI, INHIBITUS] : V restrain, curb; prevent;

[INHIBEO] : to hold in, check, restrian / back water / practice, use, employ.

[INHIBEO] : to hold in, check, restrian/ back water/ practice.

[INHIBEO] : use, employ.

[INHIO, INHIARE, INHIAVI, INHIATUS] : V gape, be open mouthed with astonishment; covet, desire;

[INHIO] : to

[INHIO] : to gape / yearn for, desire, want, covet.

[INHIO] : to gape/ yearn for, desire, want, covet.

[INHONESTE] : ADV shamefully; dishonorably;

[INHONESTE] : dishonorably.

[INHONESTO, INHONESTARE, INHONESTAVI, INHONESTATUS] : V disgrace;

[INHONESTO] : to disgrace, dishonor.

[INHONESTUS, INHONESTA -UM, INHONESTIOR -OR -US, INHONESTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ shameful, not regarded with honor/respect; degrading (appearance);

[INHONESTUS] : degraded, dishonored/ dishonorable, shameful/ ugly.

[INHONESTUS] : degraded, dishonored / dishonorable, shameful / ugly.

[INHONORABILIS, INHONORABILIS, INHONORABILE] : ADJ unhonored; not conferring honor on a person; without honor (souter);

[INHONORATE] : ADV dishonorably(?);

[INHONORATIO, INHONORATIONIS] : N dishonoring; dishonor (vulgate);

[INHONORATUS, INHONORATA, INHONORATUM] : ADJ not honored;

[INHONORATUS] : unrewarded, not honored.

[INHONORIS, INHONORIS, INHONORE] : ADJ unhonored, without honor;

[INHONORUS, INHONORA, INHONORUM] : ADJ dishonored;

[INHONORUS] : dishonored.

[INHORREO] : to bristle.

[INHORRESCO, INHORRESCERE, INHORRUI] : V bristle up; quiver, tremble, shudder at;

[INHORRESCO] : to begin to bristle, shudder, quiver, shake.

[INHOSPITALIS] : inhospitable.

[INHOSPITALITAS, INHOSPITALITATIS] : N fear/hatred of strangers;

[INHOSPITALITAS] : lack of hospitality.

[INHOSPITUS, INHOSPITA, INHOSPITUM] : ADJ not welcoming strangers, not providing shelter/subsistence; inhospitable;

[INHOSPITUS] : inhospitable.

[INHUMANE, INHUMANIUS, INHUMANISSIME] : ADV rudely, discourteously; heartlessly, unfeelingly; inhumanly;

[INHUMANE] : inhumanly.

[INHUMANITAS, INHUMANITATIS] : N churlishness;

[INHUMANITAS] : curelty, inhumanity/ incivility, discourtesy/ stinginess.

[INHUMANITER] : discourteously.

[INHUMANUS, INHUMANA -UM, INHUMANIOR -OR -US, INHUMANISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ rude, discourteous, churlish; unfeeling, inhuman; uncultured; superhuman;

[INHUMANUS] : cruel, savage, barbarous, inhuman, uncivil, uncivilized.

[INHUMATUS, INHUMATA, INHUMATUM] : ADJ unburied;

[INHUMATUS] : unburied.

[INIBI] : ADV in that place/number/activity/connection/respect; at that point in time;

[INIBI] : therein, in that place/ (time) near at hand.

[INIBI] : therein, in that place /(time) near at hand.

[INICIO INIECI INIECTUM] : to throw on, put on, don / inspire.

[INICIO INIECI INIECTUM] : to throw on, put on, don/ inspire.

[INICIO, INICERE, INJECI, INJECTUS] : V hurl/throw/strike in/into; inject; put on; inspire, instill (a feeling, etc);

[INIDONEITATAS, INIDONEITATIS] : N unfitness;

[INIDONEUS, INIDONEA, INIDONEUM] : ADJ unfit; unsuitble;

[INIMICITIA, INIMICITIAE] : N unfriendliness, enmity, hostility;

[INIMICUS, INIMICA, INIMICUM] : ADJ unfriendly, hostile, harmful;

[INIMICUS, INIMICI] : N enemy (i.e., personal enemy), foe;

[INIMICUS] : personal enemy, foe, opponent.

[ININNASCOR, ININNASCI, -, ININNATUS SUM] : V be born in;

[INIQUA NUNQUAM REGNA PERPETUO MANENT. ] : PHRASE Stern masters do not reign long.

[INIQUE] : unfairly.

[INIQUITAS, INIQUITATIS] : N unfairness, inequality, unevenness (of terrain);

[INIQUITAS] : injustice, iniquity, unfairness.

[INIQUUS, INIQUA, INIQUUM] : ADJ unjust, unfair; disadvantageous, uneven; unkind, hostile;

[INIQUUS] : unequal, unjust, unfair.

[INITIO, INITIARE, INITIAVI, INITIATUS] : V initiate (into); admit (to) with introductory rites;

[INITIUM, INITI(I)] : N beginning, commencement; entrance; (ab initio => from the beginning);

[INITIUM] : beginning, start, commencement, origin.

[INITUS, INITUS] : N entry, start;

[INIUDICATUS, INIUDICATA, INIUDICATUM] : ADJ undecided;

[INIURIA NON EXCUSAT INIURIAM. ] : PHRASE One wrong does not justify another.

[INIURIA, INIURIAE] : N injury; injustice, wrong, offense; insult, abuse; sexual assault;

[INIURIA] : injury, damage, hurt / injustice, wrong.

[INIURIA] : injury, damage, hurt/ injustice, wrong.

[INIURIOSUS, INIURIOSA, INIURIOSUM] : ADJ wrongful, insulting;

[INIURIUS, INIURIA, INIURIUM] : ADJ unjust, harsh;

[INIUSSU] : ADV without (the) orders (of ) (w/gen);

[INIUSTITIA, INIUSTITIAE] : N injustice; severity;

[INIUSTUS] : unjust, inequitable, unfair.

[INJICIO, INJICERE, INJECI, INJECTUS] : V hurl/throw/strike in/into; inject; put on; inspire, instill (a feeling, etc);

[INJUCUNDUS, INJUCUNDA, INJUCUNDUM] : ADJ unpleasant;

[INJUNGO, INJUNGERE, INJUNXI, INJUNCTUS] : V enjoin, charge, bring/impose upon; unite; join/fasten/attach (to);

[INJURATUS, INJURATA, INJURATUM] : ADJ unsworn;

[INJURIUS] : wrongful, acting unlawfully.

[INJUSSUS, INJUSSA, INJUSSUM] : ADJ unbidden, voluntary, of one's own accord; without orders/command; forbidden;

[INJUSSUS, INJUSSUS] : N without orders, unbidden, voluntary, of one's own accord;

[INJUSTUS, INJUSTA, INJUSTUM] : ADJ unjust, wrongful; severe, excessive; unsuitable;

[INJUSTUS] : wrongful.

[INLABEFACTUS, INLABEFACTA, INLABEFACTUM] : ADJ unshaken, firm;

[INLABOR, INLABI, -, INLAPSUS SUM] : V slide/glide/flow (into), move smoothly; fall/sink (on to);

[INLABORO, INLABORARE, INLABORAVI, INLABORATUS] : V work (at); (w/dat);

[INLACESSITUS, INLACESSITA, INLACESSITUM] : ADJ unattacked, unprovoked;

[INLACRIMO, INLACRIMARE, INLACRIMAVI, INLACRIMATUS] : V weep over/at (with dat); shed tears; water (eyes);

[INLACRIMOR, INLACRIMARI, -, INLACRIMATUS SUM] : V weep over/at (with dat); shed tears; water (eyes);

[INLAESUS, INLAESA, INLAESUM] : ADJ unhurt, uninjured;

[INLATIO, INLATIONIS] : N contribution/pension; tribute/tax; offering/sacrifice; petition; offer (oath);

[INLATIO, INLATIONIS] : N bring in; burial; stuffing (w/food); conclusion; assumption; payment (fine);

[INLAUDATUS, INLAUDATA, INLAUDATUM] : ADJ unpraised, obscure; not to be praised, bad;

[INLAUTUS, INLAUTA, INLAUTUM] : ADJ unwashed, unclean;

[INLECEBRA, INLECEBRAE] : N allurement, attraction, charm; a decoy bird;

[INLECEBROSUS, INLECEBROSA, INLECEBROSUM] : ADJ attractive, enticing>; adv. inlecebrose.

[INLECTUS, INLECTA, INLECTUM] : ADJ unread;

[INLECTUS, INLECTUS] : N enticement;

[INLEPIDE] : ADV inelegantly, rudely;

[INLEPIDUS, INLEPIDA, INLEPIDUM] : ADJ inelegant, rude, unmannerly;

[INLEX, (GEN.), INLEGIS] : ADJ lawlwss, obeying no laws;

[INLEX, INLICIS] : N one who entices/allures; decoy;

[INLIBATUS, INLIBATA, INLIBATUM] : ADJ undiminished, unimpaired;

[INLIBERALITAS, INLIBERALITATIS] : N stinginess, meanness;

[INLICITATOR, INLICITATORIS] : N sham bidder at an auction, a puffer, shill;

[INLICITUS, INLICITA, INLICITUM] : ADJ not allowed, illegal;

[INLIDO, INLIDERE, INLISI, INLISUS] : V strike/beat/dash/push against/on; injure by crushing; drive (teeth into);

[INLIMIS, INLIMIS, INLIME] : ADJ free from mud, clean;

[INLINO, INLINERE, INLEVI, INLITUS] : V smear over; anoint;

[INLIQUEFACTUS, INLIQUEFACTA, INLIQUEFACTUM] : ADJ molten, liquefied;

[INLITTERATUS, INLITTERATA, INLITTERATUM] : ADJ ignorant, illiterate;

[INLOCABILIS, INLOCABILIS, INLOCABILE] : ADJ unable to be placed (for marriage);

[INLOTUS, INLOTA, INLOTUM] : ADJ unwashed, unclean;

[INLUCEO, INLUCERE, INLUXI] : V illuminate, shine on;

[INLUMINATIO, INLUMINATIONIS] : N glory, illustriousness; enlightening (ecc); lighting/illumination;

[INLUMINO, INLUMINARE, INLUMINAVI, INLUMINATUS] : V illuminate, give light to; light up; reveal/throw light on; brighten (w/color);

[INLUSIO, INLUSIONIS] : N irony; mocking, jeering; illusion; deceit;

[INLUSOR, INLUSORIS] : N scoffer; mocker;

[INLUSORIUS, INLUSORIA, INLUSORIUM] : ADJ ironical; of a scoffer/mocking character;

[INLUSTRE, INLUSTRIUS, INLUSTRISSIME] : ADV with clarity; clearly, distinctly, perspicuously (l+s);

[INLUSTRIS, INLUSTRE, INLUSTRIOR -OR -US, INLUSTRISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bright, shining, brilliant; clear, lucid; illustrious, distinguished, famous;

[INLUSTRO, INLUSTRARE, INLUSTRAVI, INLUSTRATUS] : V illuminate, light up; give glory; embellish; make clear, elucidate; enlighten;

[INLUTUS, INLUTA, INLUTUM] : ADJ unwashed, unclean;

[INMACULATUS, INMACULATA, INMACULATUM] : ADJ immaculate/unstained/spotless/without blemish; undefiled/pure/chaste; blameless;

[INMANIS, INMANE, INMANIOR -OR -US, INMANISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ huge/vast/immense/tremendous/extreme/monstrous; inhuman/savage/brutal/frightful;

[INMANITAS, INMANITATIS] : N brutality, savage character, frightfulness; huge/vast size; barbarity; monster;

[INMEDIATUS, INMEDIATA -UM, INMEDIATIOR -OR -US, INMEDIATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ absolute (contraries), non-mediated; next;

[INMEMOR, (GEN.), INMEMORIS] : ADJ forgetful (by nature); lacking memory; heedless (of obligations/consequences);

[INMEMORATIO, INMEMORATIONIS] : N forgetfulness, unmindfulness;

[INMEMORATUM, INMEMORATI] : N things (pl.) not told/related; things not mentioned;

[INMEMORATUS, INMEMORATA, INMEMORATUM] : ADJ unmentioned; hitherto untold; not yet related, new (l+s);

[INMENSUM] : ADV to an enormous extent/degree;

[INMENSURABILIS, INMENSURABILIS, INMENSURABILE] : ADJ immursurable;

[INMENSUS, INMENSA, INMENSUM] : ADJ immeasurable, immense/vast/boundless/unending; infinitly great; innumerable;

[INMERITUS, INMERITA, INMERITUM] : ADJ undeserving; undeserved, unmerited;

[INMISSIO, INMISSIONIS] : N insertion/engrafting, action of putting/sending in, of allowing to enter;

[INMOLATICIUS, INMOLATICIA, INMOLATICIUM] : ADJ of/for a sacrifice;

[INMOLATITIUS, INMOLATITIA, INMOLATITIUM] : ADJ of/for a sacrifice;

[INMORTAL, INMORTALIS] : N immortal, god;

[INMORTALIS, INMORTALIS, INMORTALE] : ADJ immortal, not subject to death; eternal, everlasting, perpetual; imperishable;

[INMORTALITAS, INMORTALITATIS] : N immortality; divinity, being a god; industructibility; permanence; rememberance;

[INMUNDUS, INMUNDA, INMUNDUM] : ADJ dirty, filthy, foul; unclean. impure;

[INMUTABILIS, INMUTABILIS, INMUTABILE] : ADJ unchangeable/unalterable; (rarely) liable to be changed;

[INMUTATIO, INMUTATIONIS] : N change, alteration, process of changing; substitution/replacement;

[INNABILIS, INNABILIS, INNABILE] : ADJ that cannot be swum;

[INNASCIBILITAS, INNASCIBILITATIS] : N state of being unable to be born;

[INNASCOR, INNASCI, -, INNATUS SUM] : V be born (in or on);

[INNATO, INNATARE, INNATAVI, INNATATUS] : V swim (in or on); swim (into); float upon;

[INNATUS, INNATA, INNATUM] : ADJ natural, inborn;

[INNAVIGABILIS, INNAVIGABILIS, INNAVIGABILE] : ADJ unnavigable;

[INNECTO, INNECTERE, INNEXUI, INNEXUS] : V tie, fasten (to); devise, weave (plots);

[INNITOR, INNITI, -, INNISUS SUM] : V lean on, be supported by (with abl);

[INNITOR, INNITI, -, INNIXUS SUM] : V lean/rest on (w/dat), be supported by (w/abl);

[INNO, INNARE, INNAVI, INNATUS] : V swim or float (in or on); sail (on);

[INNOCENS, (GEN.), INNOCENTIS] : ADJ harmless, innocent; virtuous, upright;

[INNOCENS] : blameless.

[INNOCENTIA, INNOCENTIAE] : N harmlessness; innocence, integrity;

[INNOCUE VIVITE, NUMEN ADEST. ] : PHRASE Live without faults; the deity is present.

[INNOCUUS, INNOCUA, INNOCUUM] : ADJ innocent; harmless;

[INNOCUUS] : innocent.

[INNOTESCO, INNOTESCERE, INNOTUI] : V become known, be made conspicuous;

[INNOTESCO] : to become know, noted.

[INNOTESCO] : to become known.

[INNOVATIO, INNOVATIONIS] : N renewal; alteration; innovation;

[INNOVATUS, INNOVATA, INNOVATUM] : ADJ renewed; altered;

[INNOVO, INNOVARE, INNOVAVI, INNOVATUS] : V alter, make a innovation in; renew, restore; return to a thing (l+s);

[INNOXIUS, INNOXIA, INNOXIUM] : ADJ harmless, innocuous; unhurt, unharmed;

[INNUBILUS, INNUBILA, INNUBILUM] : ADJ unclouded, clear;

[INNUBO, INNUBERE, INNUPSI, INNUPTUS] : V marry (into a family);

[INNUBUS, INNUBA, INNUBUM] : ADJ unmarried;

[INNULEUS, INNULEI] : N fawn; young of the deer;

[INNUMERABILIS, INNUMERABILIS, INNUMERABILE] : ADJ innumerable, countless, numberless; without number; immense;

[INNUMERALIS, INNUMERALIS, INNUMERALE] : ADJ countless, innumerable;

[INNUMERUS, INNUMERA, INNUMERUM] : ADJ innumerable, countless, numberless; without number; immense;

[INNUMERUS] : countless.

[INNUO, INNUERE, INNUI, INNUTUS] : V nod or beckon (to);

[INNUO] : innui ; innutum ; to hint at, suggest, mean

[INNUO] : innui ; innutum ; to hint at, suggest, mean.

[INNUO] : to give a nod to, give a sign to.

[INNUPTUS, INNUPTA, INNUPTUM] : ADJ unmarried;

[INOBAUDIENTIA, INOBAUDIENTIAE] : N disobedience;

[INOBAUDIO, INOBAUDIRE, INOBAUDIVI, INOBAUDITUS] : V disobey; not listen/pay attention; (in+obaudio);

[INOBAUDITIO, INOBAUDITIONIS] : N disobedience;

[INOBEDIO-IRE] : disobident, disloyal.

[INOBEDIO-IRE] : disobident, disloyal

[INOBLITUS, INOBLITA, INOBLITUM] : ADJ mindful;

[INOBOEDIBILIS, INOBOEDIBILIS, INOBOEDIBILE] : ADJ disobedient;

[INOBOEDIENS, (GEN.), INOBOEDIENTIS] : ADJ disobedient;

[INOBOEDIENTER] : ADV disobediently;

[INOBOEDIENTIA, INOBOEDIENTIAE] : N disobedience;

[INOBOEDIO, INOBOEDIRE, INOBOEDIVI, INOBOEDITUS] : V disobey; not listen/pay attention;

[INOBOEDUS, INOBOEDA, INOBOEDUM] : ADJ disobedient;

[INOBRUTUS, INOBRUTA, INOBRUTUM] : ADJ not overwhelmed;

[INOBSERVABILIS, INOBSERVABILIS, INOBSERVABILE] : ADJ difficult to trace;

[INOBSERVANTIA, INOBSERVANTIAE] : N negligence, carelessness;

[INOBSERVATUS, INOBSERVATA, INOBSERVATUM] : ADJ unobserved;

[INOCCIDUUS, INOCCIDUA, INOCCIDUUM] : ADJ never setting;

[INOFFENSUS, INOFFENSA, INOFFENSUM] : ADJ free from hindrance; uninterrupted;

[INOFFICIOSUS, INOFFICIOSA, INOFFICIOSUM] : ADJ undutiful, disobliging;

[INOLENS, (GEN.), INOLENTIS] : ADJ odorless, without smell;

[INOLESCO, INOLESCERE, INOLEVI, INOLITUS] : V grow in or on;

[INOLESCO] : to grow in or on.

[INOMINATUS, INOMINATA, INOMINATUM] : ADJ inauspicious, unlucky;

[INOPIA, INOPIAE] : N lack, need; poverty, destitution, dearth, want, scarcity;

[INOPIA] : scarcity, poverty.

[INOPINANS, (GEN.), INOPINANTIS] : ADJ unaware, off guard; unexpected, not expecting;

[INOPINATUS, INOPINATA, INOPINATUM] : ADJ unexpected, unforeseen, surprising;

[INOPINATUS] : unexpected.

[INOPINUS, INOPINA, INOPINUM] : ADJ unexpected;

[INOPPORTUNITAS] : inconvenience, unseemly event.

[INOPPORTUNUS] : unfitting, inopportune.

[INOPS, (GEN.), INOPIS] : ADJ weak, poor, needy, helpless; lacking, destitute (of), meager;

[INOPS] : destitute, impoverished, indigent, powerless.

[INOPS] : poor, helpless, in need, needy, wthout resources.

[INOPS] : poor, helpless, in need

[INORATUS, INORATA, INORATUM] : ADJ not brought forward and heard;

[INORDINATUM, INORDINATI] : N disorder;

[INORDINATUS, INORDINATA, INORDINATUM] : ADJ disorderly, in confusion;

[INORNATUS, INORNATA, INORNATUM] : ADJ unadorned; uncelebrated;

[INPASSIBILIS, INPASSIBILIS, INPASSIBILE] : ADJ passionless; incapable of passion/suffering; insensible;

[INPASSIBILITAS, INPASSIBILITATIS] : N incapacity for suffering, impassibility; apathy, insensibility (def);

[INPASSIBILITER] : ADV without passion;

[INPEDITUS, INPEDITA -UM, INPEDITIOR -OR -US, INPEDITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ hindered/obstructed/encumbered/hampered; difficult/impeded; inaccessible;

[INPELLO, INPELLERE, INPULI, INPULSUS] : V drive/persuade/impel; urge on/action; push/thrust/strike against; overthrow;

[INPENDIUM, INPENDI(I)] : N expense, expenditure, payment; cost, outlay;

[INPERFECTIO, INPERFECTIONIS] : N imperfection;

[INPERFECTUS, INPERFECTA, INPERFECTUM] : ADJ unfinished, incomplete; imperfect; not complete in every respect; undigested;

[INPERIALIS, INPERIALIS, INPERIALE] : ADJ imperial; of the (roman) emperor;

[INPETIGINOSUS, INPETIGINOSA, INPETIGINOSUM] : ADJ suffering from impetigo; (pustular skin disease, scaly skin eruption);

[INPETIGO, INPETIGINIS] : N impetigo; (pustular skin disease, scaly skin eruption); (also on bark of fig);

[INPETRO, INPETRARE, INPETRAVI, INPETRATUS] : V obtain/procure (by asking/request/entreaty); succeed/achieve/be granted; obtain;

[INPINGUO, INPINGUARE, INPINGUAVI, INPINGUATUS] : V fatten, make fat/sleek; become fat/thick; anoint (with oil) (douay);

[INPIUS, INPIA, INPIUM] : ADJ wicked, impious, irreverent; showing no regard for divinely imposed moral duty;

[INPLANO, INPLANARE, INPLANAVI, INPLANATUS] : V deceive, delude; lead astray;

[INPONO, INPONERE, INPOSUI, INPOSITUS] : V impose, put upon; establish; inflict; assign/place in command; set;

[INPOS, (GEN.), INPOTIS] : ADJ not in control/possession (of mind w/animi/mentis, demented); not responsible;

[INPRECATIO, INPRECATIONIS] : N calling down of curses; imprecation, invoking evil/devine intervention;

[INPRIMIS] : ADV in the first place, first, chiefly; especially, above all, more than any other;

[INPROBITAS, INPROBITATIS] : N wickedness unscrupulousness, dishonesty; shamelessness; want of principle;

[INPROBO, INPROBARE, INPROBAVI, INPROBATUS] : V disapprove of, express disapproval of, condemn; reject;

[INPROBULUS, INPROBULA, INPROBULUM] : ADJ somewhat audacious/impudent; somewhat wicked (cas);

[INPROBUS, INPROBA, INPROBUM] : ADJ wicked/flagrant; morally unsound; greedy/rude; immoderate; disloyal; shameless;

[INPROPERO, INPROPERARE, INPROPERAVI, INPROPERATUS] : V hasten into, enter hastily;

[INPROPERO, INPROPERARE, INPROPERAVI, INPROPERATUS] : V blame (a person); reproach (with), taunt, upbraid (l+s);

[INPROPORTIONABILIS, INPROPORTIONABILIS, INPROPORTIONABILE] : ADJ unproportionate, not proportionate, out of proportion, disproportionate;

[INPROPORTIONABILIT] : ADV not proportionally, out of proportion;

[INPROPORTIONALITER] : ADV not proportionally, out of proportion;

[INPROPORTIONATUS, INPROPORTIONATA, INPROPORTIONATUM] : ADJ unproportionate, not proportionate, out of proportion, disproportionate;

[INPROVISUS, INPROVISA, INPROVISUM] : ADJ unforeseen/unexpected; (de improviso => unexpectedly/suddenly, without warning);

[INPRUDENS, (GEN.), INPRUDENTIS] : ADJ ignorant; unaware; unintentional, unsuspecting; foolish/incautious/unthinking;

[INPUNE, INPUNIUS, INPUNISSIME] : ADV with impunity; without punishment/retribution/restraint/consequences/harm;

[INPUNIS, INPUNIS, INPUNE] : ADJ unpunished;

[INPURITAS, INPURITATIS] : N impurity; foulness;

[INPURITIA, INPURITIAE] : N impurity; foulness;

[INPUTRIBILIS, INPUTRIBILIS, INPUTRIBILE] : ADJ incorruptible, not liable to decay;

[INPUTRIBILITER] : ADV incorruptiblly;

[INQUAM] : I say.

[INQUIAM,] : V say (defective) (postpositive - after one or more words of a direct quote);

[INQUIES, (GEN.), INQUIETIS] : ADJ restless, impatient; full of tumult;

[INQUIETO, INQUIETARE, INQUIETAVI, INQUIETATUS] : V disturb, trouble, molest, harass; press legal claim against; fidget, twiddle;

[INQUIETUDO, INQUIETUDINIS] : N disturbance, troubles; outbreak of disorder;

[INQUIETUM EST COR NOSTRUM, DONEC REQUIESCAT IN TE. ] : PHRASE Our heart is anxious until it finds peace in you.

[INQUIETUS, INQUIETA -UM, INQUIETIOR -OR -US, INQUIETISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ rest/sleep-less, finding/taking no rest; constantly active/in motion; unquiet;

[INQUIIT] : V it is said, one says;

[INQUILINA, INQUILINAE] : N inhabitant (female) of same house, tenant, lodger; inhabitant, denizen;

[INQUILINUS, INQUILINI] : N inhabitant of same house, tenant, lodger; inhabitant, denizen; type of serf;

[INQUINAMENTUM, INQUINAMENTI] : N impurity, filth, that which makes foul/impure; defilement (erasmus);

[INQUINAMENTUM] : filth.

[INQUINO, INQUINARE, INQUINAVI, INQUINATUS] : V daub; stain, pollute; soil; 'smear';

[INQUIRO, INQUIRERE, INQUISIVI, INQUISITUS] : V examine, investigate, scrutinize; seek grounds for accusation; search, seek;

[INQUIRO] : to ask, examine, search for.

[INQUIS] : you say.

[INQUISITIO, INQUISITIONIS] : N search, inquiry;

[INQUIT] : he, she, it says.

[INRADIATIO, INRADIATIONIS] : N illumination;

[INRASUS, INRASA, INRASUM] : ADJ unshaved;

[INRATIONABILE, INRATIONABILIS] : N unreasoning creatures; dumb animals;

[INRATIONABILIS, INRATIONABILIS, INRATIONABILE] : ADJ irrational, unreasoning;

[INRATIONABILITER] : ADV irrationally, unreasoningly;

[INRAUCESCO, INRAUCESCERE, INRAUSI] : V to become hoarse;

[INREFRAGABILIS, INREFRAGABILIS, INREFRAGABILE] : ADJ irresistible;

[INREFRAGABILITER] : ADV irresistibly;

[INRELIGATUS, INRELIGATA, INRELIGATUM] : ADJ unbound;

[INRELIGIOSE] : ADV impiously, irreligiously;

[INRELIGIOSUS, INRELIGIOSA, INRELIGIOSUM] : ADJ irreligious, impious;

[INREPERTUS, INREPERTA, INREPERTUM] : ADJ not discovered;

[INREPREHENSIBILIS, INREPREHENSIBILIS, INREPREHENSIBILE] : ADJ irresprehensible, not blameworthy; irreproachable; not liable to reproof/blame;

[INREPREHENSUS, INREPREHENSA, INREPREHENSUM] : ADJ unblamed, blameless;

[INREQUIETUS, INREQUIETA, INREQUIETUM] : ADJ restless, troubled;

[INRESECTUS, INRESECTA, INRESECTUM] : ADJ not cut, uncut;

[INRESOLUTUS, INRESOLUTA, INRESOLUTUM] : ADJ not loosed, not slackened;

[INRETO] : irreto ; ensnared, entrapped, entangled.

[INRETORTUS, INRETORTA, INRETORTUM] : ADJ not turned or twisted back;

[INREVERENS, (GEN.), INREVERENTIS] : ADJ disrespectful;

[INREVERENTER] : ADV disrespectfully;

[INREVERENTIA, INREVERENTIAE] : N want of respect, irreverence;

[INREVOCATUS, INREVOCATA, INREVOCATUM] : ADJ not called back;

[INRIDEO, INRIDERE, INRISI, INRISUS] : V laugh at, ridicule;

[INRIDEO] : to laugh at, mock, ridicule.

[INRIDICULE] : ADV without wit; unwittingly; unamusingly;

[INRIGATIO, INRIGATIONIS] : N watering, irrigation;

[INRIGUUS, INRIGUA, INRIGUUM] : ADJ watering, irrigating; refreshing; watered, soaked;

[INRITAMENTUM, INRITAMENTI] : N incitement, incentive;

[INRITATOR, INRITATORIS] : N instigator, prompter; provoker, inciter;

[INRITATRIX, INRITATRICIS] : N inciter, she who incites;

[INRITUS, INRITA, INRITUM] : ADJ ineffective, useless, invalid; in vain;

[INROGATIO, INROGATIONIS] : N imposing of a fine or penalty;

[INRUMATOR, INRUMATORIS] : N one who submits to fellatio; who practices beastly obscenity (l+s); vile person;

[INRUMO, INRUMARE, INRUMAVI, INRUMATUS] : V force receptive male oral sex; treat in a shameful manner; abuse; defile;

[INRUMPO, INRUMPERE, INRUPI, INRUPTUS] : V invade; break/burst/force/rush in/upon/into, penetrate; intrude on; interrupt;

[INRUO IRRUO] : to rush in, fling in.

[INRUO, INRUERE, INRUI, INRUTUS] : V rush/dash/run in/upon/headlong, attack/charge; throw self on; enter eagerly in;

[INRUO, INRUERE, INRUI, INRUTUS] : V intrude/encroach/invade, force way in; demolish (souter); cause to collapse;

[INRUO] : irruo ; to rush in, fling in.

[INRUPTUS, INRUPTA, INRUPTUM] : ADJ unbroken, unsevered;

[INSALUBRIS, INSALUBRIS, INSALUBRE] : ADJ unhealthy;

[INSALUTATUS, INSALUTATA, INSALUTATUM] : ADJ ungreeted;

[INSANABILIS, INSANABILIS, INSANABILE] : ADJ incurable; irremediable;

[INSANE, INSANIUS, INSANISSIME] : ADV madly, insanely, wildly; extravagantly;

[INSANIA, INSANIAE] : N insanity, madness; folly, mad extravagance;

[INSANIA] : insanity, irrationality, madness, folly.

[INSANIO, INSANIRE, INSANIVI, INSANITUS] : V be mad, act crazily;

[INSANIO] : rage.

[INSANITER] : ADV madly, insanely, wildly; extravagantly;

[INSANUM] : ADV immensely, enormously, exceedingly;

[INSANUM] : foolish

[INSANUS, INSANA -UM, INSANIOR -OR -US, INSANISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ mad, raging, insane, demented; frenzied, wild; possessed, inspired; maddening;

[INSATIABILIS, INSATIABILIS, INSATIABILE] : ADJ insatiable;

[INSCENDO, INSCENDERE, INSCENDI, INSCENSUS] : V to climb on, ascend, mount;

[INSCIENS, (GEN.), INSCIENTIS] : ADJ unknowing, unaware;

[INSCIENS] : unknowing, unaware, ignorant.

[INSCIENTIA, INSCIENTIAE] : N ignorance;

[INSCITIA, INSCITIAE] : N ignorance;

[INSCITUS, INSCITA, INSCITUM] : ADJ ignorant] : uninformed;

[INSCIUS, INSCIA, INSCIUM] : ADJ not knowing, ignorant; unskilled;

[INSCRIBO, INSCRIBERE, INSCRIPSI, INSCRIPTUS] : V write on/in; inscribe, brand; record as; entitle;

[INSCRIBO] : inscribe, entitle, enlist.

[INSCRIPTIO, INSCRIPTIONIS] : N inscription;

[INSCRUTABILIS, INSCRUTABILIS, INSCRUTABILE] : ADJ inscrutable, entirely mysterious, unfathomable; unknowable;

[INSCULPO, INSCULPERE, INSCULPSI, INSCULPTUS] : V carve (in or on), engrave; engrave on the mind;

[INSECO, INSECARE, INSECUI, INSECTUS] : V cut, incise;

[INSECTATIO, INSECTATIONIS] : N hostile pursuit; criticism;

[INSECTO, INSECTARE, INSECTAVI, INSECTATUS] : V pursue with hostile intent; pursue with hostile speech, etc;

[INSECTOR, INSECTARI, -, INSECTATUS SUM] : V pursue with hostile intent; pursue with hostile speech, etc;

[INSEDABILITER] : ADV incessantly;

[INSENESCO, INSENESCERE, INSENUI] : V grow old in; wane;

[INSENSATUS, INSENSATA, INSENSATUM] : ADJ irrational;

[INSENSATUS] : irrational.

[INSEPARABILIS, INSEPARABILIS, INSEPARABILE] : ADJ inseparable, that cannot be separated/divided;

[INSEPARABILITER] : ADV inseparably; constant, always (sax);

[INSEPULTUS, INSEPULTA, INSEPULTUM] : ADJ unburied;

[INSEQUOR, INSEQUI, -, INSECUTUS SUM] : V follow/come after; attack; overtake; pursue (hostile); come after (time);

[INSEQUOR] : to follow, pursue, assail, reproach, rebuke, attack.

[INSERO, INSERERE, INSERUI, INSERTUS] : V plant, sow; graft on; put in, insert;

[INSERTO, INSERTARE, INSERTAVI, INSERTATUS] : V thrust in, introduce;

[INSERVIO, INSERVIRE, INSERVIVI, INSERVITUS] : V serve the interests of; take care of, look after, pay attention/be devoted to;

[INSERVIO] : to be a slave, serve, be devoted to.

[INSIDEO, INSIDERE, INSIDI, INSESSUS] : V sit (at or on); lie in ambush (in); be troublesome (to);

[INSIDEO] : sit upon something, be firmly placed.

[INSIDIA, INSIDIAE] : N ambush (pl.); plot; treachery; snare;

[INSIDIAE] : (plural) treachery, ambushes, plots, conspiracies.

[INSIDIAE] : (plural) treachery, ambush, plot, conspiracy.

[INSIDIAE] : snares.

[INSIDIATOR, INSIDIATORIS] : N one who lies in wait (to attack, rob, etc);

[INSIDIATOR] : one who lies in wait.

[INSIDIOR, INSIDIARI, -, INSIDIATUS SUM] : V lie in ambush;

[INSIDIOR] : to

[INSIDIOSUS, INSIDIOSA, INSIDIOSUM] : ADJ deceitful; insidious, hazardous;

[INSIDO, INSIDERE, INSIDI, INSESSUS] : V sit down in or on, settle on; take possession of; be firmly implanted in;

[INSIGNE, INSIGNIS] : N mark, emblem, badge; ensign, honor, badge of honor;

[INSIGNE] : distinguishing mark, sign, signal, badge of office.

[INSIGNIO, INSIGNIRE, INSIGNIVI, INSIGNITUS] : V mark with a characteristic feature; distinguish;

[INSIGNIO] : to put a mark upon, adorn, distinguish

[INSIGNIO] : to put a mark upon, adorn, distinguish.

[INSIGNIS, INSIGNIS, INSIGNE] : ADJ conspicuous, manifest, eminent, notable, famous, distinguished, outstanding;

[INSIGNIS] : distinguished, remarkable, excellent.

[INSIGNITER] : remarkably, extraordinarily.

[INSIGNITUS] : clear, plain, distinct/ distinguished, noteworthy.

[INSIGNO] : to engrave.

[INSILIO, INSILIRE, INSILIVI] : V come/leap upon/in; leap/spring up/at; attack/throw oneself upon; bound; mount;

[INSILIO, INSILIRE, INSILUI] : V come/leap upon/in; leap/spring up/at; attack/throw oneself upon; bound; mount;

[INSILIUM, INSILII] : N treadles (pl.) of a loom; (or perhaps leash-rods);

[INSILLO, INSILLERE, INSILLUI] : V leap into or on;

[INSIMULO, INSIMULARE, INSIMULAVI, INSIMULATUS] : V accuse, charge; allege;

[INSINCERUS, INSINCERA, INSINCERUM] : ADJ corrupt; not genuine;

[INSINUO, INSINUARE, INSINUAVI, INSINUATUS] : V push in, work in, creep in, insinuate;

[INSINUO] : to insinuate, work one's way in, intimate.

[INSIPIENS, (GEN.), INSIPIENTIS] : ADJ foolish;

[INSIPIENTER] : ADV foolishly;

[INSIPIENTIA, INSIPIENTIAE] : N foolishness;

[INSISTO, INSISTERE, INSTITI] : V stand/tread upon, stand, stop; press on, persevere (with); pursue, set about;

[INSISTO] : to

[INSISTO] : to enter upon

[INSITIVUS, INSITIVA, INSITIVUM] : ADJ grafted; spurious;

[INSITOR, INSITORIS] : N grafter;

[INSITUS, INSITA, INSITUM] : ADJ inserted, incorporated, attached; grafting (plant); innate;

[INSOCIABILIS, INSOCIABILIS, INSOCIABILE] : ADJ intractable, implacable;

[INSOLABILITER] : ADV inconsolably;

[INSOLENS, (GEN.), INSOLENTIS] : ADJ haughty, arrogant, insolent; immoderate, extravagant; unusual/against custom;

[INSOLENTER, INSOLENTIUS, INSOLENTISSIME] : ADV haughtily, arrogantly, insolently; immoderately; unusually, contrary to custom;

[INSOLENTIA, INSOLENTIAE] : N unfamiliarity; strangeness; haughtiness; extravagance;

[INSOLESCO, INSOLESCERE, INSOLEVI] : V become overbearing; grow proud/haughty/insolent; change, become manly (l+s);

[INSOLESCO] : to grow haughty.

[INSOLIDUS, INSOLIDA, INSOLIDUM] : ADJ soft, tender;

[INSOLIDUS] : soft, delicate, tender.

[INSOLITA] : unaccustomed, unusual.

[INSOLITUS, INSOLITA, INSOLITUM] : ADJ unaccustomed;

[INSOLITUS] : unaccustomed/ unusual, strange, uncommon.

[INSOLITUS] : unaccustomed / unusual, strange, uncommon.

[INSOLIUS, INSOLIA, INSOLIUM] : ADJ unaccustomed (to);

[INSOLUBILIS] : indissoluble.

[INSOMIUM] : a bad dream, nightmare.

[INSOMNIA] : sleeplessness, insomnia, loss of sleep, without rest.

[INSOMNIS, INSOMNIS, INSOMNE] : ADJ sleepless;

[INSOMNIS] : sleepless, restless, watchful

[INSOMNIUM, INSOMNI(I)] : N wakefulness; vision, dream;

[INSONO, INSONARE, INSONUI, INSONITUS] : V make a loud noise; sound; resound;

[INSONS INSONTIS] : guiltless, innocent.

[INSONS, (GEN.), INSONTIS] : ADJ guiltless, innocent; harmless;

[INSOPITUS, INSOPITA, INSOPITUM] : ADJ unsleeping, wakeful;

[INSPECTIO, INSPECTIONIS] : N inspection, visual examination; investigation, inquiry; action of looking into;

[INSPECTO, INSPECTARE, INSPECTAVI, INSPECTATUS] : V look at, observe; look on, watch;

[INSPERANS, (GEN.), INSPERANTIS] : ADJ not expecting;

[INSPERATE] : unexpectedly.

[INSPERATUS, INSPERATA, INSPERATUM] : ADJ unhoped for, unexpected, unforeseen;

[INSPERATUS] : unexpected, unlooked for, unanticipated.

[INSPERGO, INSPERGERE, INSPERSI, INSPERSUS] : V sprinkle upon;

[INSPICIO, INSPICERE, INSPEXI, INSPECTUS] : V examine, inspect; consider, look into/at, observe;

[INSPICIO] : to consider, perceive.

[INSPICO, INSPICARE, INSPICAVI, INSPICATUS] : V to sharpen to a point;

[INSPIRATIO, INSPIRATIONIS] : N inspiration; act of breathing in (souter); breath of life; soul (without body);

[INSPIRO, INSPIRARE, INSPIRAVI, INSPIRATUS] : V inspire; excite, inflame; instill, implant; breathe into; blow upon/into;

[INSPIRO] : to inspire.

[INSPOLIATUS, INSPOLIATA, INSPOLIATUM] : ADJ not plundered;

[INSQUEQUO] : until

[INSQUEQUO] : until.

[INSTABILIS, INSTABILIS, INSTABILE] : ADJ unsteady, shaky; unstable; inconstant;

[INSTABILITAS] : constant motion, restlessness

[INSTABILITAS] : constant motion, restlessness.

[INSTANS, (GEN.), INSTANTIS] : ADJ eager; urgent; present;

[INSTANTER, INSTANTIUS, INSTANTISSIME] : ADV vehemently; violently; urgently, insistently;

[INSTANTER] : urgently.

[INSTANTIA, INSTANTIAE] : N earnestness; insistence/urgency; concentration; being present/impending;

[INSTANTIA] : persistence, perseverance, tenacity.

[INSTAR, UNDECLINED] : N image, likeness, resemblance; counterpart; the equal/form of (w/gen);

[INSTAR] : a form, figure, after the fashion of, like.

[INSTAURATIO, INSTAURATIONIS] : N renewal, repetition;

[INSTAURATIVUS, INSTAURATIVA, INSTAURATIVUM] : ADJ renewed, repeated;

[INSTAURO, INSTAURARE, INSTAURAVI, INSTAURATUS] : V renew, repeat, restore;

[INSTERNO, INSTERNERE, INSTRAVI, INSTRATUS] : V spread or strew on; cover (with); lay over;

[INSTIGATUS] : incited.

[INSTIGO, INSTIGARE, INSTIGAVI, INSTIGATUS] : V urge on; incite, rouse;

[INSTIGO] : to goad, incite, stimulate, urge

[INSTIGO] : to goad, incite, stimulate, urge.

[INSTILLO, INSTILLARE, INSTILLAVI, INSTILLATUS] : V pour in drop by drop, drop in;

[INSTIMULO, INSTIMULARE, INSTIMULAVI, INSTIMULATUS] : V goad on;

[INSTINCTOR, INSTINCTORIS] : N an instigator;

[INSTINCTUS, INSTINCTA, INSTINCTUM] : ADJ roused, fired; infuriated;

[INSTINCTUS, INSTINCTUS] : N inspiration; instigation;

[INSTITA, INSTITAE] : N band on a dress;

[INSTITIO, INSTITIONIS] : N standing still;

[INSTITOR, INSTITORIS] : N shopkeeper, peddler;

[INSTITUO -UI -UTUM] : 3, put in place, begin.

[INSTITUO, INSTITUERE, INSTITUI, INSTITUTUS] : V set up, establish, found, make, institute; build; prepare; decide;

[INSTITUO] : to establish, found, institute.

[INSTITUO-UI-UTUM] : 3, put in place, begin

[INSTITUTA APOSTOLICA] : canon law.

[INSTITUTA APOSTOLICA] : canon law

[INSTITUTIO, INSTITUTIONIS] : N arrangement; instruction, education;

[INSTITUTIO] : custom, institution, tradition.

[INSTITUTUM, INSTITUTI] : N custom, principle; decree; intention; arrangement; institution; habit, plan;

[INSTITUTUM] : law, regulation, religious order, establishment.

[INSTO, INSTARE, INSTITI] : V pursue, threaten; approach, press hard; be close to (w/dat); stand in/on;

[INSTO] : to be earnestly engaged in, draw nigh.

[INSTO] : to pursue eagerly, devote oneself to.

[INSTRENUUS, INSTRENUA, INSTRENUUM] : ADJ inactive, lazy;

[INSTREPO, INSTREPERE, INSTREPUI, INSTREPITUS] : V make a loud noise;

[INSTRUCTOR, INSTRUCTORIS] : N one who equips/arranges; preparer/arranger;

[INSTRUCTUS (FROM INSTRUO)] : equipped, trained, supplied.

[INSTRUCTUS, INSTRUCTA -UM, INSTRUCTIOR -OR -US, INSTRUCTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ equipped, fitted out, prepared; learned, trained, skilled; drawn up/arranged;

[INSTRUCTUS, INSTRUCTUS] : N equipment, apparatus;

[INSTRUCTUS] : trained, taught.

[instrument of] deceit, trap, ambush.

[INSTRUMENTUM, INSTRUMENTI] : N tool, tools; equipment, apparatus; instrument; means; document (leg.), deed;

[INSTRUO, INSTRUERE, INSTRUXI, INSTRUCTUS] : V construct, build; prepare, draw up; fit out; instruct, teach;

[INSTRUO] : to built in, set up, construct, furnish / train

[INSTRUO] : to built in, set up, construct, furnish/ train.

[INSUADIBILIS] : adamant, immovable, not to be persuaded.

[INSUADIBILIS] : adamant, immovable, not to be persuaded

[INSUDO] : (with ablative) exert oneself in, busy oneself with

[INSUDO] : (with ablative) exert oneself in, busy oneself with.

[INSUEFACTUS, INSUEFACTA, INSUEFACTUM] : ADJ well trained;

[INSUESCO, INSUESCERE, INSUEVI, INSUETUS] : V become accustomed (to); accustom;

[INSUETUS, INSUETA, INSUETUM] : ADJ unused/unaccustomed to (w/gen/dat), unusual;

[INSUFFICIENS, (GEN.), INSUFFICIENTIS] : ADJ insufficient;

[INSUFFICIENTIA, INSUFFICIENTIAE] : N insufficiency;

[INSUFFLO, INSUFFLARE, INSUFFLAVI, INSUFFLATUS] : V blow/breathe in, insufflate; (w/breath of life);

[INSUFLO, INSUFLARE, INSUFLAVI, INSUFLATUS] : V blow/breathe in, insufflate; (w/breath of life);

[INSULA, INSULAE] : N island; apartment house;

[INSULA] : island.

[INSULA] : Lille

[INSULA] : Lille.

[INSULANUS, INSULANI] : N an islander;

[INSULIO, INSULIRE, INSULUI] : V come/leap upon/in; leap/spring up/at; attack/throw oneself upon; bound; mount;

[INSULISITAS, INSULISITATIS] : N dullness, stupidity;

[INSULSUS, INSULSA, INSULSUM] : ADJ boring, stupid;

[INSULTO, INSULTARE, INSULTAVI, INSULTATUS] : V leap, jump, dance or trample (upon or in), behave insultingly, mock (at);

[INSULTO] : to leap at or on/ revile, insult, deride, heap scorn upon.

[INSULTO] : to leap at or on / revile, insult, deride, heap scorn upon

[INSULTUS] : attack, assault

[INSULTUS] : attack, assault.

[INSUM, INESSE, INFUI, INFUTURUS] : V be in/on.there; belong to; be involved in;

[INSUMO] : get one's wish, obtain one's desire

[INSUMO] : get one's wish, obtain one's desire.

[INSUMPTUOSUS] : inexpensive, cheap, economical

[INSUMPTUOSUS] : inexpensive, cheap, economical.

[INSUO, INSUERE, INSUI, INSUTUS] : V sew up (in), sew (on or in);

[INSUPER] : ADV above, on top; in addition (to); over;

[INSUPER] : as mentioned above

[INSUPER] : as mentioned above.

[INSUPER] : PREP above, on top; in addition (to); over;

[INSUPERABILIS, INSUPERABILIS, INSUPERABILE] : ADJ insurmountable; unconquerable;

[INSURGO INSURGI INSURRECTUM] : to rise up, rebel, revolt.

[INSURGO INSURGI INSURRECTUM] : to rise up, rebel, revolt

[INSURGO, INSURGERE, INSURREXI, INSURRECTUS] : V rise up; rise up against;

[INSURGO] : to rise up/

[INTABESCO, INTABESCERE, INTABUI] : V pine away; melt away;

[INTACTUS, INTACTA, INTACTUM] : ADJ untouched, intact; untried; virgin;

[INTAMINATUS, INTAMINATA, INTAMINATUM] : ADJ unstained;

[INTECTUS, INTECTA, INTECTUM] : ADJ uncovered; naked; open;

[INTEGELLUS, INTEGELLA, INTEGELLUM] : ADJ unharmed;

[INTEGER, INTEGRA -UM, INTEGRIOR -OR -US, INTEGERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ untouched, entire, whole, complete; uninjured, sound, fresh (troops), vigorous;

[INTEGER, INTEGRI] : N fresh troops (pl.);

[INTEGER] : irreproachable, chaste.

[INTEGER] : whole, untouched, unhurt, undamaged/ complete, entire.

[INTEGER] : whole, untouched, unhurt, undamaged / complete, entire

[INTEGO, INTEGERE, INTEXI, INTECTUS] : V cover; cover over;

[INTEGRASCO, INTEGRASCERE,] : V to break out afresh;

[INTEGRITAS, INTEGRITATIS] : N soundness; chastity; integrity;

[INTEGRITAS] : integrity.

[INTEGRO, INTEGRARE, INTEGRAVI, INTEGRATUS] : V renew; refresh;

[INTEGUMENTUM, INTEGUMENTI] : N covering, shield, guard;

[INTELLECTIBILIS, INTELLECTIBILIS, INTELLECTIBILE] : ADJ intelligibile;

[INTELLECTUALIS, INTELLECTUALIS, INTELLECTUALE] : ADJ intectual, of the mind or understanding;

[INTELLECTUALIS, INTELLECTUALIS, INTELLECTUALE] : ADJ intellectual, of the mind or understanding;

[INTELLECTUALITER] : ADV intellectually, according to the intellect;

[INTELLECTUS, INTELLECTUS] : N comprehension/understanding; recognition/discerning; intelect; meaning/sense;

[INTELLECTUS] : meaning, understanding.

[INTELLEGENS, (GEN.), INTELLEGENTIS] : ADJ intelligent; discerning;

[INTELLEGENTIA, INTELLEGENTIAE] : N intelligence; intellect; understanding;

[INTELLEGO INTELLEXI INTELLECTUM] : to understand, comprehend, see.

[INTELLEGO, INTELLEGERE, ADDITIONAL, FORMS] : V understand; realize;

[INTELLEGO, INTELLEGERE, INTELLEXI, INTELLECTUS] : V understand; realize;

[INTELLIGENTIA, INTELLIGENTIAE] : N intelligence;

[INTELLIGO, INTELLIGERE,] : V understand; realize;

[INTEMERATUS, INTEMERATA, INTEMERATUM] : ADJ undefiled, unstained, pure; unsullied; chaste, pure from sexual intercourse;

[INTEMERAUS, INTEMERAA, INTEMERAUM] : ADJ undefiled; chaste;

[INTEMPERANS, INTEMPERANTIS (GEN.), INTEMPERANTIOR -OR -US, INTEMPERANTISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ headstrong, lacking self-control; licentious, lewd; extreme, bad-tempered;

[INTEMPERANTER, INTEMPERANTIUS, INTEMPERANTISSIME] : ADV without self-control/restraint; immoderately, excessively, violently;

[INTEMPERATE, INTEMPERATIUS, INTEMPERATISSIME] : ADV immoderately, intemperately;

[INTEMPERATUS, INTEMPERATA, INTEMPERATUM] : ADJ intemperate, immoderate;

[INTEMPERATUS, INTEMPERATA, INTEMPERATUM] : ADJ undefiled, unstained, pure; unsullied; chaste, pure from sexual intercourse;

[INTEMPERIES, INTEMPERIEI] : N lack of temperateness (of weather, etc); outrageous behavior;

[INTEMPESTIVUS, INTEMPESTIVA, INTEMPESTIVUM] : ADJ untimely, ill timed; unreasonable;

[INTEMPESTIVUS] : intelligendo ; f.p.p., understanding, being understood.

[INTEMPESTIVUS] : intelligendo ; f.p.p., understanding, being understood

[INTEMPESTUS, INTEMPESTA, INTEMPESTUM] : ADJ unseasonable stormy, unhealthy; nox intempesta the dead of night;

[INTEMPORALITER] : eternally, without end.

[INTEMPORALITER] : eternally, without end

[INTEMPTATUS, INTEMPTATA, INTEMPTATUM] : ADJ untried;

[INTEMPTESTA NOX] : dead of night.

[INTENDO, INTENDERE, INTENDI, INTENTUS] : V hold out; stretch, strain, exert;

[INTENDO] : to extend, aim, direct, direct one's course, aim at.

[INTENDO] : to stretch, strain, try to prove

[INTENDO] : to stretch, strain, try to prove.

[INTENSIO, INTENSIONIS] : N stretch, extension; spasm; tautness, tension; straining, concentration; aim;

[INTENTA] : earnestness, seriousness

[INTENTA] : earnestness, seriousness.

[INTENTE, INTENTIUS, INTENTISSIME] : ADV attentively, with concentrated attention, intently;

[INTENTIO, INTENTIONIS] : N stretch, extension; spasm; tautness, tension; straining, concentration; aim;

[INTENTIO, INTENTIONIS] : N thought; purpose, intention;

[INTENTIO] : effort, exertion, attention, intent/ attack, accusation.

[INTENTIO] : effort, exertion, attention, intent / attack, accusation

[INTENTIO] : intention, plan, aim, design, purpose.

[INTENTO, INTENTARE, INTENTAVI, INTENTATUS] : V point (at); point (weapons, etc) in a threatening manner, threaten;

[INTENTOR] : informant.

[INTENTOR] : informant

[INTENTUS, INTENTA -UM, INTENTIOR -OR -US, INTENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ eager, eager upon, intent, strict;

[INTENTUS] : thorough, tense, anxious, strict.

[INTEPESCO, INTEPESCERE, INTEPUI] : V become warm;

[INTER ALIA ] : PHRASE among other things

[INTER CANEM ET LUPUM] : at twilight.

[INTER CANEM ET LUPUM] : at twilight

[INTER POCULA ] : PHRASE Between the cups

[INTER] : (+ acc.) between, among.

[INTER] : (+ acc.) between, among

[INTER] : approximately, about, around, roughly.

[INTER] : approximately, about, around, roughly

[INTER] : PREP between, among; during; (inter se = to each other, mutually);

[INTERAMENTUM, INTERAMENTI] : N woodwork (pl.) of a ship;

[INTERCALARIUS, INTERCALARIA, INTERCALARIUM] : ADJ intercalary (inserted month in calendar); of insertion, to be inserted;

[INTERCALO, INTERCALARE, INTERCALAVI, INTERCALATUS] : V insert (a day or month) in the calendar, intercalate; postpone;

[INTERCAPEDO, INTERCAPEDINIS] : N interval, pause, respite;

[INTERCAPEDO, INTERCAPEDINIS] : N intermission, interruption, break in continuity; interval, delay; gap;

[INTERCAPEDO] : interval, space.

[INTERCEDO, INTERCEDERE, INTERCESSI, INTERCESSUS] : V intervene; intercede, interrupt; hinder; veto; exist/come between;

[INTERCEPTOR, INTERCEPTORIS] : N usurper, embezzler;

[INTERCESSIO, INTERCESSIONIS] : N intervention; veto (of a magistrate);

[INTERCESSOR, INTERCESSORIS] : N mediator; one who vetoes;

[INTERCIDO, INTERCIDERE, INTERCIDI, INTERCISUS] : V cut through, sever;

[INTERCIDO, INTERCIDERE, INTERCIDI] : V happen; perish; fall from memory, cease to exist;

[INTERCINO, INTERCINERE,] : V to sing between;

[INTERCIPIO INTERCEPI INTERCEPTUM] : to intercept.

[INTERCIPIO INTERCEPI INTERCEPTUM] : to intercept

[INTERCIPIO, INTERCIPERE, INTERCEPI, INTERCEPTUS] : V cut off; intercept, interrupt; steal;

[INTERCLUDO, INTERCLUDERE, INTERCLUSI, INTERCLUSUS] : V cut off; blockade; hinder, block up;

[INTERCOLUMNIUM, INTERCOLUMNII] : N space between two columns;

[INTERCURSO, INTERCURSARE, INTERCURSAVI, INTERCURSATUS] : V run in between;

[INTERCURSUS, INTERCURSUS] : N interposition;

[INTERCUS, (GEN.), INTERCUTIS] : ADJ under the skin; (w/aqua => dropsy);

[INTERDICO, INTERDICERE, INTERDIXI, INTERDICTUS] : V forbid, interdict, prohibit; debar (from);

[INTERDICO] : to forbid, prohibit, outlaw, gain an injunction.

[INTERDICO] : to forbid.

[INTERDICO] : to place an interdict.

[INTERDICTUM, INTERDICTI] : N prohibition; provisional decree of a praetor;

[INTERDIU] : ADV in the daytime, by day;

[INTERDUCTUS, INTERDUCTUS] : N interpunctuation;

[INTERDUM] : ADV sometimes, now and then;

[INTERDUM] : occasionally, sometimes, now and then

[INTERDUM] : sometimes, now and then, at times.

[INTEREA] : ADV meanwhile;

[INTEREMO, INTEREMERE, INTEREMI, INTEREMPTUS] : V do away with; kill, cut off from life; extinguish; put an end to, destroy;

[INTEREO, INTERIRE, INTERIVI(II), INTERITUS] : V perish, die; be ruined; cease;

[INTEREO] : to go among, mingle with, be lost in the crowd, take part in.

[INTEREO] : to perish, die, go to ruin, decay, to be undone.

[INTEREO] : to perish, die.

[INTEREQUITO, INTEREQUITARE, INTEREQUITAVI, INTEREQUITATUS] : V ride among or between;

[INTERESSE, INTERSIT] : V it concerns, it interests;

[INTERFECTIO, INTERFECTIONIS] : N slaughter; act of killing; fatal end of an illness (soouter);

[INTERFECTIO-ONIS] : f, a killing.

[INTERFECTIO-ONIS] : f, a killing

[INTERFECTOR, INTERFECTORIS] : N killer, murderer; assassin; destroyer (souter);

[INTERFECTRIX, INTERFECTRICIS] : N murdereress; assassin (female);

[INTERFICIO INTERFECI INTERFECTUM] : to kill, murder, slay

[INTERFICIO INTERFECI INTERFECTUM] : to kill, murder, slay.

[INTERFICIO, INTERFICERE, INTERFECI, INTERFECTUS] : V kill; destroy;

[INTERFIXUS] : paved, made firm.

[INTERFIXUS] : paved, made firm

[INTERFLUO, INTERFLUERE, INTERFLUXI] : V flow between or through;

[INTERFOR, INTERFARI, -, INTERFATUS SUM] : V interrupt, interpose; break in conversation; speak between/while other speaking;

[INTERFULGENS, (GEN.), INTERFULGENTIS] : ADJ shining or gleaming among;

[INTERFUSUS, INTERFUSA, INTERFUSUM] : ADJ poured/flowing/spread out between, suffused here and there;

[INTERIBI] : ADV meanwhile, in the meantime;

[INTERICIO, INTERICERE, INTERJECI, INTERJECTUS] : V put/throw between; interpose; insert; introduce;

[INTERIM] : ADV meanwhile, in the meantime; at the same time; however, nevertheless;

[INTERIMO, INTERIMERE, INTERIMI, INTEREMPTUS] : V do away with; kill, cut off from life; extinguish; put an end to, destroy;

[INTERIMO] : to slay, kill, slaughter.

[INTERIOR, INTERIOR, INTERIUS] : ADJ inner, interior, middle; more remote; more intimate;

[INTERIOR, INTERIORIS] : N those within (pl.); those nearer the goal on a racecourse, further from the se;

[INTERITUS, INTERITUS] : N ruin; violent/untimely death, extinction; destruction, dissolution;

[INTERITUS] : ruin, destruction.

[INTERJACEO, INTERJACERE, INTERJACUI, INTERJACITUS] : V lie between;

[INTERJACIO, INTERJACERE, INTERJAECI, INTERJAECTUS] : V put/throw between; interpose; insert; introduce;

[INTERJECTUS, INTERJECTA, INTERJECTUM] : ADJ lying between;

[INTERJICIO, INTERJICERE, INTERJECI, INTERJECTUS] : V put/throw between; interpose; insert; introduce;

[INTERLABOR, INTERLABI, -, INTERLAPSUS SUM] : V glide/flow between; slip/give way at intervals;

[INTERLOQUOR, INTERLOQUI, -, INTERLOCUTUS SUM] : V interrupt, speak between, intersperse remarks; issue interlocutory decree;

[INTERLUDIUM, INTERLUDII] : N interlude, play, episode; game betweem them, game of cat and mouse (z);

[INTERLUDO, INTERLUDERE, INTERLUSI, INTERLUSUS] : V play between/together;

[INTERLUNIUM, INTERLUNII] : N change of moon, time of new moon;

[INTERLUO, INTERLUERE, INTERLUXI] : V flow between;

[INTERMENSTRUUM, INTERMENSTRUI] : N time of the new moon; period between two lunar months;

[INTERMENSTRUUM, INTERMENSTRUI] : N period between two lunar months; time of the new moon; the new moon (l+s);

[INTERMENSTRUUS, INTERMENSTRUA, INTERMENSTRUUM] : ADJ interlunar, occuring between two lunar months; at time of the new moon (l+s);

[INTERMENSTRUUS, INTERMENSTRUA, INTERMENSTRUUM] : ADJ interlunar, occuring between two lunar months; (luna ~ => moon in the ~ period);

[INTERMINABILIS, INTERMINABILIS, INTERMINABILE] : ADJ unending;

[INTERMINABILITER] : ADV unendingly;

[INTERMINATUS, INTERMINATA, INTERMINATUM] : ADJ unbounded, boundless;

[INTERMINATUS, INTERMINATA, INTERMINATUM] : ADJ forbidden w/threats; menaced/threatened;

[INTERMINOR, INTERMINARI, -, INTERMINATUS SUM] : V utter threats (to check/alter action); forbid w/threats; threaten, menace (l+s);

[INTERMISCEO, INTERMISCERE, INTERMISCUI, INTERMIXTUS] : V intermingle, mix, mix among, mingle;

[INTERMISSIO, INTERMISSIONIS] : N intermission; pause;

[INTERMITTO, INTERMITTERE, INTERMISI, INTERMISSUS] : V interrupt; omit; stop; leave off (temporarily); leave a gap;

[INTERMORIOR, INTERMORI, -, INTERMORTUUS SUM] : V perish, die; pass out; die off/out;

[INTERMURALIS, INTERMURALIS, INTERMURALE] : ADJ between walls;

[INTERNASCOR, INTERNASCI, -, INTERNATUS SUM] : V grow between or among;

[INTERNECINUS, INTERNECINA, INTERNECINUM] : ADJ murderous, deadly;

[INTERNECIO, INTERNECIONIS] : N slaughter, massacre; extermination, total destruction of life; cause of such;

[INTERNECIO] : destruction.

[INTERNECIVUS, INTERNECIVA, INTERNECIVUM] : ADJ murderous, deadly (quarrels); devastating (disease); fought to the death (war);

[INTERNICIO, INTERNICIONIS] : N slaughter, massacre; extermination, total destruction of life; cause of such;

[INTERNICIVUS, INTERNICIVA, INTERNICIVUM] : ADJ murderous, deadly (quarrels); devastating (disease); fought to the death (war);

[INTERNODIUM, INTERNODI(I)] : N space between two joints in the body;

[INTERNOSCO, INTERNOSCERE, INTERNOVI, INTERNOTUS] : V distinguish between; pick out;

[INTERNUNTIUS, INTERNUNTI(I)] : N intermediary, go between;

[INTERNUNTIUS] : go-between.

[INTERNUS, INTERNA, INTERNUM] : ADJ inward, internal; domestic;

[INTERNUS] : deep, inward.

[INTERPELLATIO, INTERPELLATIONIS] : N interruption in speaking;

[INTERPELLATIO] : to appeal, suit.

[INTERPELLO, INTERPELLARE, INTERPELLAVI, INTERPELLATUS] : V interrupt, break in on; interpose an objection; disturb, hinder, obstruct;

[INTERPOLATIO] : interval.

[INTERPOLO, INTERPOLARE, INTERPOLAVI, INTERPOLATUS] : V to furbish, vamp up; to falsify;

[INTERPONO, INTERPONERE, INTERPOSUI, INTERPOSITUS] : V insert, introduce; admit; allege; interpose; (interponere se = to intervene);

[INTERPONO] : to place between, interpose/ intervene.

[INTERPONO] : to place between, interpose / intervene

[INTERPRES, INTERPRETIS] : N interpreter, translator;

[INTERPRETATIO, INTERPRETATIONIS] : N interpretation; meaning;

[INTERPRETO, INTERPRETARE, INTERPRETAVI, INTERPRETATUS] : V explain/expound; interpret/prophesy from (dream/omen); understand/comprehend;

[INTERPRETOR, INTERPRETARI, -, INTERPRETATUS SUM] : V explain/expound; interpret/prophesy from (dream/omen); understand/comprehend;

[INTERPRETOR, INTERPRETARI, -, INTERPRETATUS SUM] : V decide; translate; regard/construe; take view (that); interpret to suit self;

[INTERPRETOR] : to explain.

[INTERRADO, INTERRADERE, INTERRASI, INTERRASUS] : V decorate with intaglio/incised carvings/engraving; embossed (l+s); scraped;

[INTERRASILIS, INTERRASILIS, INTERRASILE] : ADJ decorated/carved in intaglio/incised carvings/engraving; rake/break up ground;

[INTERREGNUM, INTERREGNI] : N interregnum (time between kings/reigns);

[INTERREX, INTERREGIS] : N one who holds office between the death of a supreme magistrate and the appoint;

[INTERRITUS, INTERRITA, INTERRITUM] : ADJ unafraid, fearless;

[INTERRIVATIO, INTERRIVATIONIS] : N drawing off of water between two places;

[INTERROGATIO, INTERROGATIONIS] : N interrogation, inquiry, questioning;

[INTERROGATIO] : interrogation, inquiry

[INTERROGO, INTERROGARE, INTERROGAVI, INTERROGATUS] : V ask, question, interrogate, examine; indict; go to law with, sue;

[INTERROGO] : to inquire.

[INTERRUMPO, INTERRUMPERE, INTERRUPI, INTERRUPTUS] : V drive a gap in, break up; cut short, interrupt;

[INTERRUPTIO, INTERRUPTIONIS] : N interruption; discontinuity, break; aposiopesis (rhetoric);

[INTERSAEPIO, INTERSAEPIRE, INTERSAEPSI, INTERSAEPTUS] : V separate; block;

[INTERSCINDO, INTERSCINDERE, INTERSCIDI, INTERSCISSUS] : V cut down; cut through, sever;

[INTERSTINCTUS, INTERSTINCTA, INTERSTINCTUM] : ADJ spotted, speckled;

[INTERSUM, INTERESSE, INTERFUI, INTERFUTURUS] : V be or lie between, be in the midst; be present; take part in; be different;

[INTERTEXTUS, INTERTEXTA, INTERTEXTUM] : ADJ interwoven;

[INTERTIO] : arrest, seize, take into custody.

[INTERTIO] : arrest, seize, take into custody

[INTERTRIMENTUM, INTERTRIMENTI] : N loss, damage;

[INTERULA, INTERULAE] : N underwear worn by both sexes; inner garment (erasmus);

[INTERULUS, INTERULA, INTERULUM] : ADJ underwear; (w/tunica => undergarment worn by both sexes);

[INTERVALLUM, INTERVALLI] : N interval, space, distance; respite;

[INTERVALLUM] : distance between, how far away/ unlikeness, difference.

[INTERVENIO, INTERVENIRE, INTERVENI, INTERVENTUS] : V come between, intervene; occur, crop up;

[INTERVENTUS, INTERVENTUS] : N intervention; occurrence of an event;

[INTERVENTUS] : mediation.

[INTERVERTO, INTERVERTERE, INTERVERTI, INTERVERSUS] : V embezzle, cheat; turn upside down/inside out; reverse, invert, overturn, upset;

[INTERVIGILIUM] : a nap, a doze, forty winks.

[INTERVIGILIUM] : a nap, a doze, forty winks

[INTERVISO, INTERVISERE, INTERVISI, INTERVISUS] : V look at, visit;

[INTESTABILIS, INTESTABILIS, INTESTABILE] : ADJ detestable, infamous;

[INTESTATUS, INTESTATA, INTESTATUM] : ADJ having made no will, intestate;

[INTESTINA, INTESTINAE] : N intestines;

[INTESTINA-US-UM] : internal

[INTESTINUS, INTESTINA, INTESTINUM] : ADJ internal; domestic, civil;

[INTESTINUS] : internal, inner.

[INTEXO, INTEXERE, INTEXUI, INTEXTUS] : V weave (into), embroider (on); cover by twining; insert (into a book, etc);

[INTEXTUS] : embroidered.

[INTIBUM, INTIBI] : N endive or chicory;

[INTIBUS, INTIBI] : N endive or chicory;

[INTIME] : ADV intimately, cordially, deeply, profoundly;

[INTIMO, INTIMARE, INTIMAVI, INTIMATUS] : V tell, tell about, relate, narrate, recount, describe;

[INTIMO] : to announce.

[INTIMUS, INTIMA, INTIMUM] : ADJ inmost; most secret; most intimate;

[INTINGO, INTINGERE, INTINXI, INTINCTUS] : V dip/plunge in; sarurate, steep; cause to soak in; color (w/cosmetics);

[INTINGUO, INTINGUERE, INTINXI, INTINCTUS] : V dip/plunge in; sarurate, steep; cause to soak in; color (w/cosmetics);

[INTOLERABILIS, INTOLERABILIS, INTOLERABILE] : ADJ unable to endure, impatient (of ); insufferable;

[INTOLERABILITER] : unsupportably

[INTOLERABILITER] : unsupportably.

[INTOLERANDUS, INTOLERANDA, INTOLERANDUM] : ADJ insupportable, insufferable;

[INTOLERANS, (GEN.), INTOLERANTIS] : ADJ unable to endure, impatient (of); insufferable;

[INTOLERANTIA, INTOLERANTIAE] : N impatience;

[INTONEO] : to resound.

[INTONO, INTONARE, INTONUI, INTONATUS] : V thunder;

[INTONO, INTONARE, INTONAVI, INTONATUS] : V thunder;

[INTONSUS, INTONSA, INTONSUM] : ADJ uncut; unshaven, unshorn; not stripped of foliage;

[INTORQUEO, INTORQUERE, INTORSI, INTORTUS] : V twist or turn round, sprain; hurl or launch a missile at;

[INTORQUEO] : twist, distort

[INTORQUEO] : twist, distort.

[INTRA MUROS ] : PHRASE within the walls

[INTRA, INTERIUS, INTIME] : ADV within, inside, on the inside; during; under; fewer than;

[INTRA] : PREP within, inside; during; under;

[INTRACTABILIS, INTRACTABILIS, INTRACTABILE] : ADJ unmanageable, intractable;

[INTRACTATUS, INTRACTATA, INTRACTATUM] : ADJ not handled, unattempted;

[INTREMISCO, INTREMISCERE, INTREMUI] : V to begin to tremble;

[INTREMO, INTREMERE,] : V tremble, quake;

[INTREPIDUS, INTREPIDA, INTREPIDUM] : ADJ undaunted, fearless, untroubled;

[INTREPIDUS] : eager, hot-blooded

[INTREPIDUS] : eager, hot-blooded.

[INTREPIDUS] : unshaken, undaunted.

[INTRICO] : to entangle.

[INTRINSECUS, INTRINSECA, INTRINSECUM] : ADJ inward;

[INTRINSECUS, INTRINSECA, INTRINSECUM] : ADJ internal;

[INTRINSECUS] : ADV internally, on/in the inside; from within; inwards, to the inside;

[INTRITUS, INTRITA, INTRITUM] : ADJ not worn away, unexhausted;

[INTRO, INTRARE, INTRAVI, INTRATUS] : V enter; go into, penetrate; reach;

[INTRO] : ADV within, in; to the inside, indoors;

[INTRO] : to walk into, enter, make one's way into.

[INTRODUCO, INTRODUCERE, INTRODUXI, INTRODUCTUS] : V introduce, bring/lead in;

[INTRODUCO] : to lead in, introduce.

[INTROEO, INTROIRE, INTROIVI(II), INTROITUS] : V enter, go in or into; invade;

[INTROGREDIOR, INTROGREDI, -, INTROGRESUS SUM] : V to enter;

[INTROITUS, INTROITUS] : N entrance; going in, invasion;

[INTROMITTO, INTROMITTERE, INTROMISTI, INTROMISSUS] : V send in; admit;

[INTRORSUM] : ADV to within, inwards internally;

[INTRORSUS] : ADV within, inside, to within, inwards, inwardly, internally;

[INTRORUMPO, INTRORUMPERE, INTRORUPI, INTRORUPTUS] : V break in;

[INTROSPICIO, INTROSPICERE, INTROSPEXI, INTROSPECTUS] : V examine; inspect; look upon;

[INTROVERSIO, INTROVERSIONIS] : N introversion, turning (thoughts) inward; contemplation of spiritual things;

[INTUBUM, INTUBI] : N endive or chicory;

[INTUBUS, INTUBI] : N endive or chicory;

[INTUBUS] : chichory, endive Chichorium intybus

[INTUEOR, INTUERI, -, INTUITUS SUM] : V look at; consider, regard; admire; stare;

[INTUEOR] : to admire, contemplate, observe, look upon.

[INTUEOR] : to look at attentively, gaze at, consider.

[INTUITUS] : contemplation.

[INTUMESCO, INTUMESCERE, INTUMUI] : V swell up, become swollen; rise;

[INTUMESCO] : to swell, puff up.

[INTUMESCO] : to swell up, increase, swell with anger.

[INTUMULATUS, INTUMULATA, INTUMULATUM] : ADJ unburied;

[INTURBIDUS, INTURBIDA, INTURBIDUM] : ADJ undisturbed, quiet;

[INTUS] : ADV within, on the inside, inside; at home;

[INTUS] : within.

[INTUTUS, INTUTA, INTUTUM] : ADJ defenseless; unsafe;

[INULA, INULAE] : N plant elecampane;

[INULTUS, INULTA, INULTUM] : ADJ unpunished, scot-free; acting with impunity; having no recompense, unavenged;

[INULTUS] : unavenged, unpunished

[INULTUS] : unavenged, unpunished.

[INUMBRO, INUMBRARE, INUMBRAVI, INUMBRATUS] : V cast a shadow;

[INUNDANTIA] : flood, overflowing, inundation.

[INUNDANTIA] : flood, overflowing, inundation

[INUNDATIO, INUNDATIONIS] : N flood;

[INUNDO, INUNDARE, INUNDAVI, INUNDATUS] : V overflow, inundate, flood; swarm;

[INURBANUS, INURBANA, INURBANUM] : ADJ rustic, boorish, dull;

[INURO, INURERE, INUSSI, INUSUS] : V burn in (with a hot iron); brand (on or with);

[INUSITATE, INUSITSTIUS, INUSITATISSIME] : ADV in an unusual manner; strangely;

[INUSITATUS, INUSITATA -UM, INUSITATIOR -OR -US, INUSITATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ unusual, uncommon; strange, unfamiliar; unwonted;

[INUTILIS, INUTILIS, INUTILE] : ADJ useless, unprofitable, inexpedient, disadvantageous; harmful, helpless;

[INUTILITER, INUTILIUS, INUTILISSIME] : ADV uselessly, unprofitably; invalidly (legal); badly, harmfully; inexpediently;

[INVADO, INVADERE, INVASI, INVASUS] : V enter, attempt; invade; take possession of; attack (with in +acc.);

[INVADO] : to assail, usurp, seize, attack, fall upon.

[INVADO] : to attack, usurp.

[INVADO] : to undertake, go in, enter, get in.

[INVALESCO, INVALESCERE, INVALUI] : V strengthen, grow strong; increase in power/effectiveness/intensity/frequency;

[INVALESCO] : to gather strength, become stronger.

[INVALIDUS, INVALIDA, INVALIDUM] : ADJ infirm, weak feeble ineffectual;

[INVECTIO] : invective, scolding.

[INVECTIVE] : scoldingly.

[INVEHO, INVEHERE, INVEXI, INVECTUS] : V carry/bring in, import; ride (pass), drive, sail, attack;

[INVENIO, INVENIRE, INVENI, INVENTUS] : V come upon; discover, find; invent, contrive; reach, manage to get;

[INVENIO] : to come upon, find/ find out, discover, find to be.

[INVENIO] : to come upon, find, discover.

[INVENIO] : to learn, ascertain/ to devise, invent, contrive

[INVENTAS VITAM IUVAT EXCOLUISSE PER ARTES. ] : PHRASE Let us improve life through science and art.

[INVENTIO, INVENTIONIS] : N invention/discovery (action/thing); action of devising/planning; plan/stratagem;

[INVENTOR, INVENTORIS] : N inventor; author; discoverer;

[INVENTOR] : contriver, inventor, discoverer.

[INVENTOR] : inventor, discoverer.

[INVENTRIX, INVENTRICIS] : N inventress;

[INVENTUM, INVENTI] : N invention, discovery;

[INVENUSTUS, INVENUSTA, INVENUSTUM] : ADJ unlovely, unattractive;

[INVERECUNDUS, INVERECUNDA, INVERECUNDUM] : ADJ shameless, impudent;

[INVERGO, INVERGERE,] : V tip/pour (liquids) upon; incline;

[INVERTO, INVERTERE, INVERTI, INVERSUS] : V turn upside down; pervert; change;

[INVESTIGABILIS, INVESTIGABILIS, INVESTIGABILE] : ADJ unsearchable/untracable, not to be investigated/looked into?; (likely opposite);

[INVESTIGABILIS, INVESTIGABILIS, INVESTIGABILE] : ADJ searchable, investigatable, that may be investigated/looked into; (+ opposite?);

[INVESTIGATIO, INVESTIGATIONIS] : N search; inquiry, investigation;

[INVESTIGO, INVESTIGARE, INVESTIGAVI, INVESTIGATUS] : V investigate; search out/after/for; track down; find (by following game trail);

[INVESTIGO] : to track down, investigate.

[INVETERASCO, INVETERASCERE, INVETERAVI] : V grow old; become established/customary;

[INVETERATIO, INVETERATIONIS] : N inveterateness, permanence;

[INVETERATUS, INVETERATA, INVETERATUM] : ADJ old, inveterate, of long standing; hardened by age;

[INVETERATUS] : hardened by age, of long-standing.

[INVETERO, INVETERARE, INVETERAVI, INVETERATUS] : V make old, give age to; grow old; become rooted;

[INVETERO] : to give duration, to render old.

[INVETERO] : to give duration, to render old

[INVICEM] : ADV in turn; by turns; reciprocally, mutually (ab invicem => from one another);

[INVICEM] : one after the other, by turns, mutually, each other.

[INVICEM] : reciprocally.

[INVICTO, INVICTARE, INVICTAVI, INVICTATUS] : V excite, exasperate, irritate;

[INVICTUS, INVICTA, INVICTUM] : ADJ unconquered; unconquerable, invincible;

[INVICTUS] : unconquer, unconquerable, undefeated.

[INVIDENDUS, INVIDENDA, INVIDENDUM] : ADJ enviable, arousing envy/jealousy; to be envied;

[INVIDENS, (GEN.), INVIDENTIS] : ADJ jealous;

[INVIDENTIA, INVIDENTIAE] : N jealousy, envy;

[INVIDEO, INVIDERE, INVIDI, INVISUS] : V envy, regard with envy/ill will; be jealous of; begrudge, refuse;

[INVIDEO] : to envy, refuse.

[INVIDEO] : to envy, be jealous of, look upon with envy.

[INVIDIA, INVIDIAE] : N hatred/dislike; envy/jealousy/spite/ill will; use of words/acts to arouse this;

[INVIDIA] : envy, jealousy, hatred/ censure.

[INVIDIA] : envy, jealousy, hatred / censure

[INVIDIOSE, INVIDIOSIUS, INVIDIOSISSIME] : ADV so as to arouse hatred/odium/envy/hostility; jealously; with ill will;

[INVIDIOSUS, INVIDIOSA -UM, INVIDIOSIOR -OR -US, INVIDIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ arousing hatred/odium/envy; odious, invidious; envible; envious, jealous;

[INVIDUS, INVIDA, INVIDUM] : ADJ hateful, ill disposed, hostile, malevolent; envious, jealous, grudging;

[INVIDUS] : envious.

[INVIGILO, INVIGILARE, INVIGILAVI, INVIGILATUS] : V stay awake (over); watch (over) diligently;

[INVIOLABILIS, INVIOLABILIS, INVIOLABILE] : ADJ sacrosanct, imperishable;

[INVIOLATE] : ADV inviolately

[INVIOLATUS, INVIOLATA, INVIOLATUM] : ADJ uninjured, unhurt; inviolable;

[INVIOLAUS, INVIOLAA, INVIOLAUM] : ADJ unhurt, unviolated, inviolable;

[INVISIBIL, (GEN.), INVISIBILIS] : ADJ invisible; spirtual;

[INVISITATUS, INVISITATA, INVISITATUM] : ADJ unvisited, unseen;

[INVISO, INVISERE, INVISI, INVISUS] : V go to see, visit; watch over;

[INVISO] : to go to see, visit, inspect, look at.

[INVISUS, INVISA, INVISUM] : ADJ hated, detested; hateful, hostile;

[INVISUS] : hated, hateful.

[INVITA MINERVA, UT AIUNT. ] : PHRASE Against minerva's will, as they say (i.e. without aptitude and qualifications).

[INVITABULUM, INVITABULI] : N place that invites; (erasmus);

[INVITAMENTUM, INVITAMENTI] : N inducement;

[INVITATIO, INVITATIONIS] : N invitation;

[INVITO, INVITARE, INVITAVI, INVITATUS] : V invite, summon; challenge, incite; encourage; attract, allure, entice;

[INVITO] : to invite, summon.

[INVITUS, INVITA, INVITUM] : ADJ reluctant; unwilling; against one's will;

[INVITUS] : unwilling, against one's will.

[INVIUS, INVIA, INVIUM] : ADJ impassable; inaccessible;

[INVOCATIO] : invocation, an invoking

[INVOCATIO] : invocation, an invoking.

[INVOCO, INVOCARE, INVOCAVI, INVOCATUS] : V call upon, invoke; pray for;

[INVOLO, INVOLARE, INVOLAVI, INVOLATUS] : V fly into or at, rush upon; seize on;

[INVOLUCRUM, INVOLUCRI] : N wrap, cover;

[INVOLVO, INVOLVERE, INVOLVI, INVOLUTUS] : V wrap (in), cover, envelop; roll along;

[INVOLVO] : to wrap.

[INVORTO, INVORTERE, INVORTI, INVORSUS] : V turn upside down; pervert; change;

[INVULNERATUS, INVULNERATA, INVULNERATUM] : ADJ unwounded;

[IO] : INTERJ hurrah! (ritual exclamation under strong emotion); ho! look! quick!;

[IOBELEUS, IOBELEI] : N year of the jubilee among jews; (slaves freed and property reverts); 50th year;

[IOBILEUS, IOBILEI] : N year of the jubilee among jews; (slaves freed and property reverts); 50th year;

[IOCO IOCOR] : to joke, jest, make merry.

[IOCUR, IECINERIS] : N liver; (food/medicine/divination/seat of feelings);

[IOCUR, IECINORIS] : N liver; (food/medicine/divination/seat of feelings);

[IOCUS] : joke, jest, jape, gag.

[IOSELINON] : ranunculus

[IOTA, UNDECLINED] : N iota; tenth letter of greek alphabet; (transliterate as i);

[IOTH, UNDECLINED] : N yod; (10th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as y);

[IOTTA] : curdled milk of a hen (?) p. 219

[IPA] : rice

[IPS] : PRON himself/herself/itself; the very/real/actual one; in person; themselves (pl.);

[IPSE IPSA IPSUM] : himself, herself, itself.

[IPSE, IPSA, IPSUM] : PRON himself/herself/itself; the very/real/actual one; in person; themselves (pl.);

[IPSEMET] : his own very self.

[IPSIMUS, IPSIMI] : N master;

[IRA FUROR BREVIS EST. ] : PHRASE Anger is a brief insanity.

[IRA, IRAE] : N anger; resentment; rage; wrath;

[IRA] : anger, wrath.

[IRACUNDIA, IRACUNDIAE] : N irascibility; passion;

[IRACUNDUS, IRACUNDA, IRACUNDUM] : ADJ angry; hot-tempered;

[IRASCOR IRATUS] : to be angry, to be wrathful.

[IRASCOR, IRASCI, -, IRATUS SUM] : V get angry, fly into a rage; be angry at (with dat.);

[IRASCOR] : iratus ; to be angry, to be wrathful.

[IRATUS, IRATA, IRATUM] : ADJ angry; enraged;

[IRATUS] : angry, wrathful.

[IRENACEUS, IRENACEI] : N hedgehog;

[IREOS] : cassia, a valuable hot spice

[IRINUM, IRINI] : N extract of iris root;

[IRINUS, IRINA, IRINUM] : ADJ of/derived from the iris plant/root;

[IRIS ILLYRICA] : a type of iris p 220, later abbreviated (h)ilisirica

[IRIS, IRIDIS] : N iris (plant)i; preparation of iris root; iridescent stone;

[IRIS, IRIDIS] : N iris (messenger of the gods, goddess of the rainbow); rainbow;

[IRIS, IRIS] : N hedgehog;

[IRIS, IRIS] : N iris (plant)i; preparation of iris root; iridescent stone;

[IRIS, IRIS] : N iris (messenger of the gods, goddess of the rainbow); rainbow;

[IRNEA, IRNEAE] : N jug; kind of jug;

[IRNEACUS, IRNEACA, IRNEACUM] : ADJ having a hernia/rupture/enlarged scrotum;

[IRNEOSUS, IRNEOSA, IRNEOSUM] : ADJ having a hernia/rupture/enlarged scrotum;

[IRONIA, IRONIAE] : N irony;

[IRONICE] : ironically.

[IRRADIATIO, IRRADIATIONIS] : N illumination;

[IRRADIO] : to beam forth.

[IRRATIONABILE, IRRATIONABILIS] : N unreasoning creatures; dumb animals;

[IRRATIONABILIS, IRRATIONABILIS, IRRATIONABILE] : ADJ irrational, unreasoning;

[IRRATIONABILITER] : ADV irrationally, unreasoningly;

[IRREFRAGABILIS, IRREFRAGABILIS, IRREFRAGABILE] : ADJ irresistible;

[IRREFRAGABILITER] : ADV irresistibly;

[IRRELIGATUS, IRRELIGATA, IRRELIGATUM] : ADJ unbound, unmoored;

[IRREMEABILIS, IRREMEABILIS, IRREMEABILE] : ADJ along or across which one cannot return;

[IRREPARABILIS, IRREPARABILIS, IRREPARABILE] : ADJ irreparable, irrecoverable;

[IRREPERTUS, IRREPERTA, IRREPERTUM] : ADJ not found, undiscovered;

[IRREPO, IRREPERE, IRREPSI] : V creep in or into; steal into; insinuate oneself (into);

[IRREPO] : to insinuate oneself, steal in.

[IRREPREHENSIBILIS, IRREPREHENSIBILIS, IRREPREHENSIBILE] : ADJ irresprehensible, not blameworthy; irreproachable; not liable to reproof/blame;

[IRREPREHENSUS, IRREPREHENSA, IRREPREHENSUM] : ADJ blameless, not blamed; not censured;

[IRRETIO, IRRETIRE, IRRETIVI, IRRETITUS] : V entangle; catch in a net;

[IRRETITUS] : caught in a net, trapped.

[IRREVERENS] : disrespectful.

[IRREVERENTIA, IRREVERENTIAE] : N disrespect;

[IRREVOCABILIS, IRREVOCABILIS, IRREVOCABILE] : ADJ irrevocable, unalterable;

[IRRIDEO, IRRIDERE, IRRISI, IRRISUS] : V ridicule, mock, make fun of; laugh at;

[IRRIDICULE] : ADV without wit; unwittingly; unamusingly;

[IRRIGO, IRRIGARE, IRRIGAVI, IRRIGATUS] : V water, irrigate; inundate; wet, moisten; diffuse;

[IRRIGUUS, IRRIGUA, IRRIGUUM] : ADJ watering; well watered;

[IRRIMATOR, IRRIMATORIS] : N one who submits to fellatio; vile person (l+s); (term of abuse); (rude);

[IRRIMO, IRRIMARE, IRRIMAVI, IRRIMATUS] : V force receptive male oral sex; treat in shameful manner; abuse; defile; (rude);

[IRRISOR, IRRISORIS] : N mocker, scoffer;

[IRRISORIE] : ironically, with a smile.

[IRRISUS, IRRISUS] : N mockery; laughingstock;

[IRRITABILIS, IRRITABILIS, IRRITABILE] : ADJ easily provoked, sensitive;

[IRRITAMEN, IRRITAMINIS] : N incentive, stimulus;

[IRRITAMENTUM, IRRITAMENTI] : N incentive, stimulus;

[IRRITATIO, IRRITATIONIS] : N incitement, provocation;

[IRRITATOR, IRRITATORIS] : N instigator, prompter; provoker, inciter;

[IRRITATRIX, IRRITATRICIS] : N inciter, she who incites;

[IRRITO, IRRITARE, IRRITAVI, IRRITATUS] : V excite; exasperate, provoke, aggravate, annoy, irritate;

[IRRITO] : to irritate, exasperate, excite.

[IRRITUM] : nothingness, worthlessness, vanity.

[IRRITUS, IRRITA, IRRITUM] : ADJ ineffective, useless; invalid, void, of no effect; in vain;

[IRRITUS] : undecided, void, unfixed, of no effect.

[IRRORO, IRRORARE, IRRORAVI, IRRORATUS] : V wet with dew; besprinkle, water; rain on;

[IRRUGIO, IRRUGIRE, IRRUGIVI, IRRUGITUS] : V cry loudly;

[IRRUMATOR, IRRUMATORIS] : N one who submits to fellatio; vile person (l+s); (term of abuse); (rude);

[IRRUMO, IRRUMARE, IRRUMAVI, IRRUMATUS] : V force receptive male oral sex; treat in shameful manner; abuse; defile; (rude);

[IRRUMPO, IRRUMPERE, IRRUPI, IRRUPTUS] : V invade; break/burst/force/rush in/upon/into, penetrate; intrude on; interrupt;

[IRRUMPO] : to burst upon.

[IRRUO, IRRUERE, IRRUI, IRRUTUS] : V rush/dash/run in/upon/headlong, attack/charge; throw self on; enter eagerly in;

[IRRUO, IRRUERE, IRRUI, IRRUTUS] : V intrude/encroach/invade, force way in; demolish (souter); cause to collapse;

[IRRUO, IRRUERE, IRRUI, IRRUTUS] : V rush/dash/run in/upon/headlong, attack/charge; throw self on; intrude/encroach;

[IRRUO] : inruo ; to rush upon, make an attack upon.

[IRRUO] : to rush into, rush upon, attack

[IRRUO] : to rush into, rush upon, attack.

[IRRUPTIO, IRRUPTIONIS] : N attack, sally, assault; violent/forcible entry;

[IS EA ID] : this, that / he, she, it.

[IS EA ID] : this, that/ he, she, it.

[IS, EA, ID] : PRON 4 1 he, she, it, they; also demonst that, he, she, it, they, them;

[ISAI, ABB.] : N isaiah (abbreviation), book of the bible;

[ISCORDOPRASSON] : garlic-leek

[ISEX] : (probably = esox) salmon Pliny, A. Souter

[ISOCHRYSUM] : as good as gold (name of an eye salve)

[ISOFION] : fumitory Dioscorides, A. Souter

[ISPSA SCIENTIA POTESTAS EST. ] : PHRASE Knowledge is power.

[ISRAEL, ISRAELIS] : N israel/jacob; israelites, decendents of israel; people of god;

[ISRAELITA, ISRAELITAE] : N israelite;

[ISRAELITIS, ISRAELITIDIS] : N israelite woman;

[ISRAHEL, ISRAHELIS] : N israel/jacob; israelites, decendents of israel; people of god;

[ISRAHELES, ISRAHELITIS] : N israel/jacob; israelites, decendents of israel; people of god;

[ISRAHELITA, ISRAHELITAE] : N israelite;

[ISRAHELITIS, ISRAHELITIDIS] : N israelite woman;

[ISS] : PRON himself/herself/itself; the very/actual one; (endearment/colloquial of ipse);

[ISSE, ISSA, ISSUM] : PRON himself/herself/itself; the very/actual one; (endearment/colloquial of ipse);

[IST] : PRON that of yours/mentioned by you/at hand;

[IST] : PRON that, that of yours, that which you refer to; such;

[ISTAC] : ADV there, that way; in that way, in such a way;

[ISTE ISTA ISTUD] : that/ sometimes pejorative.

[ISTE ISTA ISTUD] : that / sometimes pejorative.

[ISTE, ISTA, ISTUD] : PRON that, that of yours, that which you refer to; such;

[ISTHMUS, ISTHMI] : N isthmus; strait;

[ISTI] : ADV there, in that place; where you are; herein, in this affair;

[ISTIC, ISTAEC, ISTOC] : PRON that of yours/mentioned by you/at hand;

[ISTIC] : ADV there, over there, in that place; where you are; herein, in this affair;

[ISTIMODI] : ADV such, of that kind/type/manner;

[ISTINC] : ADV from (over) there, thence; from where you are; on the other side; from here;

[ISTIUSMODI] : ADV such, of that kind/type/manner;

[ISTO] : ADV thither, to you, to where you are; in that matter; to the point you reached;

[ISTOC] : ADV thither, that way, yonder;

[ISTUC] : ADV thither, to you, to where you are; in that direction; to that subject/point;

[ITA UT] : (with subj.) in such a way that,.

[ITA UT] : (with subj.) in such a way that,

[ITA...QUOMODO] : just as

[ITA] : (in narration) and so; (with adj. or adv.) so, so very.

[ITA] : ADV thus, so; therefore;

[ITA] : so, thus.

[ITA] : thus, so, in this way; ita...ut] : just as, so...that

[ITALIA, ITALIAE] : N italy;

[ITALICUS, ITALICA, ITALICUM] : ADJ of italy, italian;

[ITALICUS, ITALICI] : N italians (pl.);

[ITALUS, ITALA, ITALUM] : ADJ of italy, italian;

[ITALUS, ITALI] : N italian;

[ITAQUE] : (adv.) and, so, therefore.

[ITAQUE] : ADV and so, accordingly; thus, therefore, consequently;

[ITAQUE] : CONJ and so, therefore;

[ITEM] : ADV likewise; besides, also, similarly;

[ITER ITINERIS] : road, route, journey.

[ITER, ITINERIS] : N journey; road; passage, path; march (route magnum => forced march);

[ITERO, ITERARE, ITERAVI, ITERATUS] : V do a second time; repeat; renew, revise;

[ITERO] : to repeat, say again, iterate.

[ITERUM] : ADV again; a second time; for the second time;

[ITERUM] : again, a second time, once more.

[ITIDEM] : ADV in the same manner/way, just so; likewise, similarly, also;

[ITINER, ITINERIS] : N journey; road; passage, path; march (route magnum => forced march);

[ITUS, ITUS] : N going, gait; departure;

[IUBATUS, IUBATA, IUBATUM] : ADJ having a mane, crest;

[IUBEO IUSSI IUSSUM] : to order, command/ tell someone to do.

[IUBEO IUSSI IUSSUM] : to order, command / tell someone to do

[IUBEO] : to order, bid.

[IUCTIM] : ADV together, side-by-side; in succession, consecutively;

[IUCUNDI ACTI LABORES. ] : PHRASE Surmounted labours are pleasant.

[IUCUNDITAS] : pleasure, charm.

[IUCUNDUS] : agreeable, pleasant, gratifying.

[IUDEX] : judge, juror.

[IUDICIARIUS, IUDICIARIA, IUDICIARIUM] : ADJ of a court of justice, judicial;

[IUDICIUM] : judgment, decision, opinion, trial

[IUDICIUM] : judgment, decision, opinion, trial.

[IUDICO] : to judge, consider.

[IUDICO] : to judge, consider

[IUGIS IUGE] : perpetual, continuous.

[IUGO] : to bind together, connect, couple.

[IUGOSUS, IUGOSA, IUGOSUM] : ADJ mountainous;

[IUGOSUS] : mountainous.

[IUGULUM IUGULUS] : the throat.

[IUGUM] : crossbar, beam of scales/ crest, ridge.

[IUGUM] : crossbar, beam of scales / crest, ridge.

[IUGUM] : yoke / a team of oxen, a pair / bond, union / slavery

[IUGUM] : yoke/ a team of oxen, a pair/ bond, union/ slavery.

[IUGUOLO] : to cut the throat, butcher, kill, destroy.

[IUMENTUM] : beast of burden.

[IUNCEUS] : made of rushes.

[IUNCTIO] : connection, joining.

[IUNCTURA] : a joining, joint / rekationship, combination.

[IUNCTURA] : a joining, joint/ rekationship, combination.

[IUNCTUS] : -a,-um united, connected, joined together.

[IUNCTUS] : -a,-um united, connected, joined together

[IUNCUS ODORATUS] : sweet rush

[IUNCUS] : the rush.

[IUNGO IUNXI IUNCTUM] : to join, unite, cinnect / yoke, harness / to mate

[IUNGO IUNXI IUNCTUM] : to join, unite, cinnect/ yoke, harness/ to mate.

[IUNIPERUS] : the juniper tree.

[IURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI. ] : PHRASE Swear on the master's words.

[IURATUS] : under oath

[IURATUS] : under oath.

[IUREIURO, IUREIURARE, IUREIURAVI, IUREIURATUS] : V to swear an oath;

[IUREIURO] : to swear an oath.

[IUREPERITUS, IUREPERITA, IUREPERITUM] : ADJ skilled or experienced in the law;

[IURGIUM] : quarrel, altercation, brawl.

[IURGIUM] : quarrel, altercation, brawl

[IURGO] : to quarrel, brawl / scold.

[IURIDICIALIS, IURIDICIALIS, IURIDICIALE] : ADJ relating to right or justice;

[IURISDICTIO] : administration of justice, extent of competence.

[IURISPERITUS, IURISPERITA, IURISPERITUM] : ADJ skilled or experienced in the law;

[IURO] : to swear, to make an oath.

[IUS IURANDUM IURISIURANDI ETC.] : oath.

[IUS IURIS] : justice, law, right/ broth, soup.

[IUS IURIS] : justice, law, right / broth, soup.

[IUSO] : below, from below.

[IUSSU] : (abl.) at the command of, by order of.

[IUSTA] : due forms / funereal rites.

[IUSTA] : due forms/ funereal rites.

[IUSTE] : fairly, justly, rightly.

[IUSTITIA] : justice, fairness, equity.

[IUSTUM] : what is right.

[IUSTUS] : just, right, equitable, fair, lawful, proper

[IUSTUS] : just, right, equitable, fair, lawful, proper.

[IUVENALIS IUVENILIS] : youthful.

[IUVENESCO] : to reach the prime of life.

[IUVENOR, IUVENARI, -, IUVENATUS SUM] : V to act like a youth, be impetuous;

[IUVENTUS] : youth (between 20 and 45).

[IUVO] : to help, aid, assist / to please, delight, gratify.

[IUVO] : to help, aid, assist/ to please, delight, gratify.

[IUXTA (7TH-15TH C.)] : according to

[IUXTA ALIQUID] : to some extent

[IUXTA] : (+ acc.) close to, near to/ (time) just before.

[IUXTA] : (adv) near by, alike, equally; (prep) close to, right after, near to, beside.

[IUXTA] : close by, near/ in like manner, equally.

[IUXTA] : just short of.

[IUXTIM] : equally.

[IVI] : past tense of eo.

[IVI] : past tense of eo

[IXON, IXI] : N ringtail; (bird); (female hen-harrier, formerly thought distinct species oed); W:

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