Incunabula Books [REFERENCE: Latin Wordlist: J]
Home Featured Reference Email Us

Incunabula Books Latin Wordlist: J.


Definitions: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ... Full Latin Wordlist


[JACEO, JACERE, JACUI, JACITUS] : V lie; lie down; lie ill/in ruins/prostrate/dead; sleep; be situated;

[JACEO-ERE-UI] : to stand (that which is stated)

[JACEO-ERE-UI] : to stand (that which is stated).

[JACIO, JACERE, JECI, JACTUS] : V throw, hurl, cast; throw away; utter;

[JACIO] : to cast.

[JACTANTER] : ADV arrogantly;

[JACTANTIA, JACTANTIAE] : N boasting, ostentation;

[JACTANTIA] : ostentation, bragging.

[JACTATIO, JACTATIONIS] : N shaking; boasting; showing off;

[JACTITO] : boast.

[JACTO, JACTARE, JACTAVI, JACTATUS] : V throw away, throw out, throw, jerk about; disturb; boast, discuss;

[JACTURA, JACTURAE] : N loss; sacrifice; expense, cost; throwing away/overboard;

[JACTUS, JACTUS] : N throwing, hurling, cast, throw;

[JACULATOR, JACULATORIS] : N javelin thrower;

[JACULOR, JACULARI, -, JACULATUS SUM] : V throw a javelin; hurl, cast; shoot at;

[JACULUM, JACULI] : N javelin; dart;

[JACULUM] : dart, javelin.

[JACULUM] : dart.

[JAM] : ADV now, already, by/even now; besides; (non ~ => no longer; ~ pridem => long ago);

[JAMDUDUM] : ADV long ago/before/since; a long time ago; this long time; immediately, at once;

[JAMJAM] : ADV already; now;

[JAMJAMQUE] : ADV just now, at this very moment; already, now, just;

[JAMPRIDEM] : ADV long ago/since; well before now/then; for a long time now/past;

[JAN, UNDECLINED] : ADJ january (month) (mensis understood); abbr. jan.;

[JANITOR, JANITORIS] : N doorkeeper, porter; janitor;

[JANUA, JANUAE] : N door, entrance;

[JANUARIUS, JANUARIA, JANUARIUM] : ADJ january (month) (mensis understood); abbr. jan.;

[JANUS, JANI] : N roman god of gates and doorways, with two faces;

[JECUR, JECINORIS] : N liver; (food, medicine, drug, for divination, as seat of feelings);

[JECUR, JECORIS] : N liver; (food, medicine, drug, for divination, as seat of feelings);

[JEJUNIUM, JEJUNI(I)] : N hunger, leanness;

[JEJUNIUM, JEJUNI(I)] : N fasting/fast (day); lent (caput jejunius => ash wednesday); hunger; leanness;

[JEJUNO, JEJUNARE, JEJUNAVI, JEJUNATUS] : V fast; abstain form;

[JEJUNUS, JEJUNA -UM, JEJUNIOR -OR -US, JEJUNISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fasting, abstinent, hungry; dry, barren, unproductive; scanty, meager;

[JEMINEUS, JEMINEA, JEMINEUM] : ADJ benjamite, of the tribe of benjamin;

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

[JESUS, JESU] : N 4 3 jesus;

[JOANNES, JOANNIS] : N john;

[JOCABUNDUS, JOCABUNDA, JOCABUNDUM] : ADJ jesting, joking; making jokes;

[JOCATIO, JOCATIONIS] : N joke, jest;

[JOCO, JOCARE, JOCAVI, JOCATUS] : V joke, jest; say in jest; make merry;

[JOCOR, JOCARI, -, JOCATUS SUM] : V joke, jest; say in jest; make merry;

[JOCOSE, JOCOSIUS, JOCOSISSIME] : ADV jokingly, jocosely;

[JOCOSUS, JOCOSA, JOCOSUM] : ADJ humorous, funny, droll; sportive; factious; full of jesting/jokes/fun;

[JOCULARIS, JOCULARIS, JOCULARE] : ADJ laughable;

[JOCULOR, JOCULARI, -, JOCULATUS SUM] : V jest; joke;

[JOCUNDE, JOCUNDIUS, JOCUNDISSIME] : ADV pleasantly; delightfully; pleasingly, gratifyingly, agreeably;

[JOCUNDIATAS, JOCUNDIATATIS] : N charm, agreeableness, pleasing quality; pleasentness/aimiability; favors (pl.);

[JOCUNDITAS, JOCUNDITATIS] : N charm, agreeableness, pleasing quality; pleasentness/aimiability; favors (pl.);

[JOCUNDO, JOCUNDARE, JOCUNDAVI, JOCUNDATUS] : V please, delight; feel delighted; take delight;

[JOCUNDUS, JOCUNDA -UM, JOCUNDIOR -OR -US, JOCUNDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ pleasent/agreeable/delightful (experience/person/to the senses); congenial;

[JOCUNDUS, JOCUNDA, JOCUNDUM] : ADJ pleasant; delightful; pleasing, agreeable; congenial (person); delicious;

[JOCUR, JOCINERIS] : N liver; (food, medicine, drug, for divination, as seat of feelings);

[JOCUR, JOCINORIS] : N liver; (food, medicine, drug, for divination, as seat of feelings);

[JOCUS, JOCI] : N joke, jest; sport;

[JOVIS, JOVIS] : N jupiter; (roman chief/sky god); (supreme being); heavens/sky (poetic);

[JUBA, JUBAE] : N mane of a horse; crest (of a helmet);

[JUBAR, JUBARIS] : N radiance of the heavenly bodies, brightness; first light of day; light source;

[JUBELAEUS, JUBELAEI] : N year of the jubilee among jews; (slaves freed and property reverts); 50th year;

[JUBEO, JUBERE, JUSSI, JUSSUS] : V order, command, decree; appoint (salvere jubeo => greet, welcome);

[JUBILAEUS, JUBILAEI] : N year of the jubilee among jews; (slaves freed and property reverts); 50th year;

[JUBILO, JUBILARE, JUBILAVI, JUBILATUS] : V shout/sing out/joyfully, rejoice; invoke with/let out shouts/whoops, halloo;

[JUBILO] : to shout.

[JUBILUM, JUBILI] : N wild cry; (joyful/wild) shout; shepherd's song;

[JUBILUM] : shout of joy.

[JUBO, JUBERE, ADDITIONAL, FORMS] : V order, command, decree; appoint (salvere jubeo => greet, welcome);

[JUCUNDE, JUCUNDIUS, JUCUNDISSIME] : ADV pleasantly; delightfully; pleasingly, gratifyingly, agreeably;

[JUCUNDITAS, JUCUNDITATIS] : N charm, agreeableness, pleasing quality; pleasentness/aimiability; favors (pl.);

[JUCUNDO, JUCUNDARE, JUCUNDAVI, JUCUNDATUS] : V please, delight; feel delighted; take delight;

[JUCUNDUS, JUCUNDA -UM, JUCUNDIOR -OR -US, JUCUNDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ pleasent/agreeable/delightful (experience/person/to the senses); congenial;

[JUCUNDUS, JUCUNDA, JUCUNDUM] : ADJ pleasant; delightful; pleasing, agreeable; congenial (person); delicious;

[JUCUNDUS] : pleasant, delightful .

[JUDAEA, JUDAEAE] : N jewess, jewish woman;

[JUDAEA, JUDAEAE] : N judea, israel, canaan, palestine;

[JUDAEUS, JUDAEA, JUDAEUM] : ADJ of/relating to the jews, jewish; of/originating/stationed in judaea (troops);

[JUDAEUS, JUDAEI] : N jew, jewish person; the jews (pl.);

[JUDAICUS, JUDAICA, JUDAICUM] : ADJ of/relating to the jews, jewish; of/originating/stationed in judaea (troops);

[JUDAISMUS, JUDAISMI] : N judaism;

[JUDAIZO, JUDAIZARE, JUDAIZAVI, JUDAIZATUS] : V live in the jewish manner; keep the law, keep kosher?;

[JUDEX, JUDICIS] : N judge; juror;

[JUDICALIS, JUDICALIS, JUDICALE] : ADJ judicial; forensic; of/relating to law courts/administration; of jury service;

[JUDICATIO, JUDICATIONIS] : N judicial enquiry, act of deciding case; question/point at issue; opinion;

[JUDICIUM, JUDICI(I)] : N trial; opinion; judgement/sentence/verdict; court, judicial investigation;

[JUDICIUM] : trial, legal investigation, judgement, decision.

[JUDICO, JUDICARE, JUDICAVI, JUDICATUS] : V judge, give judgement; sentence; conclude, decide; declare, appraise;

[JUDICO] : to condemn, judge, try.

[JUDICO] : to condemn, judge, try

[JUDICO] : to pass judgment.

[JUGALIS, JUGALIS, JUGALE] : ADJ yoked together; nuptial;

[JUGE] : always.

[JUGER, JUGERIS] : N jugerum (area 5/8 acre, length 240 roman feet); acres/fields/broad expanse (pl.)

[JUGERUM, JUGERI] : N jugerum (area 5/8 acre, length 240 roman feet); acres/fields/broad expanse (pl.)

[JUGIS, JUGIS, JUGE] : ADJ continual; ever-flowing;

[JUGIS] : continual, ceaseless, perennial, constant.

[JUGIS] : continual, perpetual.

[JUGITER] : ADV continually, unendingly; in unbroken succession; continuously; constantly (bee);

[JUGITER] : continually, perpetually, constantly / instantly.

[JUGITER] : continually, perpetually, constantly/ instantly.

[JUGITER] : perpetually, continually.

[JUGLANS, JUGLANDOS/IS] : N walnut tree; walnut (nut);

[JUGO, JUGARE, JUGAVI, JUGATUS] : V marry; join (to);

[JUGULANS, JUGULANDOS/IS] : N walnut tree; walnut (nut);

[JUGULO, JUGULARE, JUGULAVI, JUGULATUS] : V kill by slitting the throat; butcher, kill, murder, slay; cut the throat;

[JUGULO] : to slaughter.

[JUGULUM, JUGULI] : N throat, neck; collarbone;

[JUGULUS, JUGULI] : N throat, neck; collarbone;

[JUGUM, JUGI] : N yoke; team, pair (of horses); ridge (mountain), summit, chain;

[JUGUM] : ridge, rising.

[JUL, UNDECLINED] : ADJ july (month) (mensis understood); abbr. jul.; renamed from quintilis in 44 bc;

[JULIUS, JULI] : N julius; (roman gens name); (c. ~ caesar 102-44 bc); of a/the julians;

[JULIUS, JULIA, JULIUM] : ADJ july (month) (mensis understood); abbr. jul.; renamed from quintilis in 44 bc;

[JULIUS, JULIA, JULIUM] : ADJ julius; roman gens/family; (c. ~ caesar 102-44 bc); of a/the julians;

[JUMENTUM, JUMENTI] : N mule; beast of burden;

[JUMENTUM] : draft animal.

[JUN, UNDECLINED] : ADJ june (month) (mensis understood); abbr. jun.;

[JUNCTURA, JUNCTURAE] : N joint; association;

[JUNCTUS, JUNCTA -UM, JUNCTIOR -OR -US, JUNCTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ connected in space, adjoining, contiguous; closely related/associated;

[JUNCUS ODORATUS] : sweet rush

[JUNCUS, JUNCI] : N rush;

[JUNGO, JUNGERE, JUNXI, JUNCTUS] : V join, unite; bring together, clasp (hands); connect, yoke, harness;

[JUNIOR, JUNIOR, JUNIUS] : ADJ younger (comp of juvenis);

[JUNIOR, JUNIORIS] : N younger man, junior; (in rome a man younger than 45);

[JUNIPERUS, JUNIPERI] : N juniper;

[JUNIUS, JUNIA, JUNIUM] : ADJ june (month) (mensis understood); abbr. jun.;

[JUNO, JUNONIS] : N juno; (roman godess, wife of jupiter);

[JUPITER, JOVIS] : N jupiter; (roman chief/sky god); (supreme being); heavens/sky (poetic);

[JUPPITER, JOVIS] : N jupiter; (roman chief/sky god); (supreme being); heavens/sky (poetic);

[JURAMENTUM, JURAMENTI] : N oath;

[JURAMENTUM] : oath, act of oath-taking.

[JURANDUM, JURANDI] : N oath;

[JURATUS, JURATA -UM, JURATIOR -OR -US, JURATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ being under oath, having given one's word, pledged; sworn loyalty; conspired;

[JURE] : ADV by right, rightly, with justice; justly, deservedly;

[JURECONSULTUS, JURECONSULTI] : N lawyer, jurist; (also two words);

[JURGIUM, JURGI(I)] : N quarrel, dispute; abuse;

[JURGIUM] : strife, contention/ to cause strife, brawl.

[JURGO, JURGARE, JURGAVI, JURGATUS] : V quarrel, scold;

[JURISCONSULTUS, JURISCONSULTI] : N lawyer, jurist; (also two words);

[JURISCONSULTUS, JURISCONSULTI] : N lawyer, jurist;

[JURISDICTIO, JURISDICTIONIS] : N jurisdiction, legal authority; administration of justice;

[JURO, JURARE, JURAVI, JURATUS] : V swear; call to witness; vow obedience to; (jus jurandum => oath); conspire;

[JUS, JURIS] : N gravy; broth; soup; sauce;

[JUS, JURIS] : N law (pl. only nom, acc), right; duty; justice; that which is binding; oath;

[JUS] : right, law.

[JUSIURANDUM, JUSIURANDI] : N oath;

[JUSSIO, JUSSIONIS] : N order, command; magistrate's order; requisition;

[JUSSIO] : order.

[JUSSUM, JUSSI] : N order, command, decree, ordinance, law; physician's prescription;

[JUSSUS, JUSSUS] : N order, command, decree, ordinance; (only abl s => by order/decree/command);

[JUSTE, JUSTIUS, JUSTISSIME] : ADV justly, rightly, lawfully, legitimately, justifiably; properly, honorably;

[JUSTIFICATIO, JUSTIFICATIONIS] : N justification; due formality; doing right (def); cleansing of injustice;

[JUSTIFICATUS, JUSTIFICATA -UM, JUSTIFICATIOR -OR -US, JUSTIFICATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ justified; made just; vindicated;

[JUSTIFICO, JUSTIFICARE, JUSTIFICAVI, JUSTIFICATUS] : V act justly towards, do justice to; justify/make just; forgive/pardon; vindicate;

[JUSTIFICO] : to forgive.

[JUSTITIA, JUSTITIAE] : N justice; equality; righteousness (plater);

[JUSTITIUM, JUSTITI(I)] : N cessation of judicial and all public business, due to national calamity;

[JUSTUM, JUSTI] : N justice; what is fair/equitable/right/due/proper; funeral rites/offerings;

[JUSTUS, JUSTA -UM, JUSTIOR -OR -US, JUSTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ just, fair, equitable; right, lawful, justified; regular, proper;

[JUSTUS] : equitable.

[JUVAT, JUVARE, JUVIT] : V it pleases (iuvat); it is helpful;

[JUVENALIS, JUVENALIS, JUVENALE] : ADJ youthful, young;

[JUVENALITER] : ADV youthfully, like a youth;

[JUVENCA, JUVENCAE] : N young cow, heifer; girl;

[JUVENCUS, JUVENCI] : N young bull; young man;

[JUVENESCO, JUVENESCERE, JUVENUI] : V grow up; grow young again, regain youth;

[JUVENILIS, JUVENILIS, JUVENILE] : ADJ youthful;

[JUVENIS, JUVENIS, JUVENE] : ADJ youthful, young;

[JUVENIS, JUVENIS] : N youth, young man/woman;

[JUVENIS] : young man, youth.

[JUVENTA, JUVENTAE] : N youth;

[JUVENTAS, JUVENTATIS] : N youth;

[JUVENTUS, JUVENTUTIS] : N youth; the age of youth (20-40), young persons; young men, knights;

[JUVENTUS] : the age of youth (20-40 years).

[JUVO, JUVARE, JUVI, JUTUS] : V help, assist, aid, support, serve, further; please, delight, gratify;

[JUXTA] : ADV nearly; near, close to, near by, hard by, by the side of; just as, equally;

[JUXTA] : PREP near, (very) close to, next to; hard by, adjoining; on a par with; like;

[JUXTIM] : ADV nearby, in close proximity, close together, side-by-side; equally;

[JUXTIM] : PREP next to, beside; W:

Back to Top



[ Home | Featured | Reference | Links | About | Contact Us
Copyright (c) 2004 Incunabula Books. All Rights Reserved.