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[L, ABB.] : N lucius, roman praenomen; abbreviated l.;

[LABASCO, LABASCERE,] : V fall to pieces, break up; waver; yield;

[LABASCO] : to give way, totter.

[LABDA, UNDECLINED] : N lambda (greek letter); (used as a symbol for fellatio);

[LABECULA, LABECULAE] : N stain, blemish; slight stain; minor disgrace;

[LABECULA] : a slight stain, minor disgrace.

[LABEFACIO LABEFECILABEFACTUM] : to shake, loesen/ impair.

[LABEFACIO LABEFECILABEFACTUM] : to shake, loesen / impair.

[LABEFACIO, LABEFACERE, LABEFECI, LABEFACTUS] : V make unsteady/totter, loosen, shake; subvert power/authority; weaken resolve;

[LABEFACTO, LABEFACTARE, LABEFACTAVI, LABEFACTATUS] : V shake; cause to waver; make unsteady, loosen; undermine;

[LABEFACTO] : to weaken, disturb / shake violently.

[LABEFACTO] : to weaken, disturb/ shake violently.

[LABELLUM, LABELLI] : N lip;

[LABELLUM] : a little lip / a small washing vessel.

[LABELLUM] : a little lip/ a small washing vessel.

[LABEO, LABEONIS] : N labeo; (roman cognomen); one who has large/blubber lips (l+s);

[LABES LABIS] : stain, blemish, disgrace, infamy / misfortune.

[LABES LABIS] : stain, blemish, disgrace, infamy/ misfortune.

[LABES, LABIS] : N landslip/subsidence; disaster/debacle; fault/defect/blot/stain/blemish/dishonor;

[LABIA LABIUM] : lip (labiae ; lips).

[LABILIS] : transient, fleeting, slippery.

[LABIOSUS, LABIOSA, LABIOSUM] : ADJ with/having large lips;

[LABIOSUS] : having large lips.

[LABIUM, LABI(I)] : N lip; flange;

[LABO, LABARE, LABAVI, LABATUS] : V totter, be ready to fall; begin to sink; give way; waver, decline, sink; err;

[LABO] : to totter, sink, begin to fall.

[LABOR LABORIS] : labor, work, toil

[LABOR LABORIS] : labor, work, toil.

[LABOR LAPSUS] : to slip, glide, slide.

[LABOR OMNIA VINCIT. ] : PHRASE Labour conquers everything.

[LABOR, LABI, -, LAPSUS SUM] : V slip, slip and fall; slide, glide, drop; perish, go wrong;

[LABOR, LABORIS] : N effort, labor, toil, exertion, work; suffering, distress, hardship;

[LABOR] : hardip, fatigue, distress.

[LABOR] : hardship, exertion.

[LABOR] : to sink, slip away.

[LABORES SOLIS] : eclipse of the sun.

[LABORIFER, LABORIFERA, LABORIFERUM] : ADJ bearing labor;

[LABORIOSE] : ADV laboriously;

[LABORIOSE] : laboriously, with great effort

[LABORIOSE] : laboriously, with great effort.

[LABORIOSUS, LABORIOSA, LABORIOSUM] : ADJ laborious, painstaking;

[LABORIOSUS] : toilsome, laborious/ (persons) industrious, toiling.

[LABORIOSUS] : toilsome, laborious /(persons) industrious, toiling.

[LABORO, LABORARE, LABORAVI, LABORATUS] : V work, labor; produce, take pains; be troubled/sick/oppressed, be in distress;

[LABORO] : (intrans.) to work, toil, suffer, be afflicted, be troubled.

[LABRUM, LABRI] : N lip (of vessel/ditch/river), rim, edge; basin, vat; bathing place;

[LABRUM] : lip, edge, rim / bathing tub.

[LABRUSCA, LABRUSCAE] : N wild vine;

[LABRUSCA] : wild grape vine.

[LABRUSCUM, LABRUSCI] : N fruit if the wild vine, wild grape;

[LABRUSCUM] : the wild grape.

[LABYRINTHEUS, LABYRINTHEA, LABYRINTHEUM] : ADJ of a labyrinth;

[LABYRINTHUS, LABYRINTHI] : N labyrinth, maze;

[LAC LACTIS] : milk.

[LAC, LACTIS] : N milk; milky juice of plants; spat/spawn (of oyster);

[LAC] : lactis, (fem.) milk Horace

[LACER, LACERA, LACERUM] : ADJ mangled, torn, rent, mutilated; maimed, dismembered;

[LACER] : mangled.

[LACER] : torn, mangled, cut to pieces.

[LACERATIO, LACERATIONIS] : N mangling; tearing;

[LACERATIO] : a tearing, mangling.

[LACERATUS] : torn to pieces, mutilated.

[LACERNA, LACERNAE] : N open mantle/cloak; (fastened at the shoulder);

[LACERO, LACERARE, LACERAVI, LACERATUS] : V mangle; slander, torment, harass; waste; destroy; cut;

[LACERO] : to tear to pieces, mangle / squander money / slander someone.

[LACERO] : to tear to pieces, mangle/ squander money/ slander someone.

[LACERTA, LACERTAE] : N lizard; spanish mackerel;

[LACERTA] : lizard.

[LACERTOSUS, LACERTOSA, LACERTOSUM] : ADJ muscular, brawny;

[LACERTOSUS] : muscular, powerful.

[LACERTUS, LACERTI] : N upper arm, arm, shoulder; (pl.) strength, muscles, vigor, force; lizard;

[LACERTUS] : the upper arm / strength.

[LACERTUS] : the upper arm/ strength.

[LACESSO, LACESSERE, LACESSIVI, LACESSITUS] : V provoke, excite, harass, challenge, harass; attack, assail;

[LACESSO] : lacesco ; to challenge, shake.

[LACESSO] : to harass, attack.

[LACHRIMA, LACHRIMAE] : N tear; exuded gum/sap from plant; quicksilver from ore; weeping (pl.); dirge;

[LACINIA, LACINIAE] : N edge/fringe/hem of garment; strip/rag of cloth; fringe/protuberance/border/flap;

[LACINIA, LACINIAE] : N small group; garments (pl.), dress;

[LACINIATIM] : ADV in small groups;

[LACINIOSUS, LACINIOSA, LACINIOSUM] : ADJ fringed, having jagged edges; well-clothed, wrapped up;

[LACRIMA HELIANDUM] : amber.

[LACRIMA, LACRIMAE] : N tear; measure of lead; (propumpere ~ => burst into tears);

[LACRIMA, LACRIMAE] : N tear; exuded gum/sap from plant; quicksilver from ore; weeping (pl.); dirge;

[LACRIMA, LACRIMAE] : N tear;

[LACRIMA] : tears / exudations from some plants.

[LACRIMA] : tears/ exudations from some plants.

[LACRIMABILIS, LACRIMABILIS, LACRIMABILE] : ADJ mournful; tearful;

[LACRIMABILIS] : lamentable, deplorable, woeful.

[LACRIMABUNDUS, LACRIMABUNDA, LACRIMABUNDUM] : ADJ breaking into tears, weeping;

[LACRIMO, LACRIMARE, LACRIMAVI, LACRIMATUS] : V shed tears, weep;

[LACRIMO] : to weep, shed tears / exude, drip.

[LACRIMO] : to weep, shed tears/ exude, drip.

[LACRIMOR, LACRIMARI, -, LACRIMATUS SUM] : V shed tears, weep;

[LACRIMOSUS, LACRIMOSA, LACRIMOSUM] : ADJ tearful, weeping; causing tears;

[LACRIMOSUS] : tearful, mournful, shedding tears,.

[LACRIMOSUS] : tearful, mournful, shedding tears,

[LACRIMULA, LACRIMULAE] : N little tear;

[LACRUMA, LACRUMAE] : N tear; exuded gum/sap from plant; quicksilver from ore; weeping (pl.); dirge;

[LACRYMA, LACRYMAE] : N tear; measure of lead; (propumpere ~ => burst into tears);

[LACRYMA, LACRYMAE] : N tear; exuded gum/sap from plant; quicksilver from ore; weeping (pl.); dirge;

[LACT, LACTIS] : N milk; milky juice of plants; spat/spawn (of oyster);

[LACTANS, (GEN.), LACTANTIS] : ADJ giving milk, lactating;

[LACTANS] : giving milk.

[LACTANTIUS, LACTANTI] : N lactantius; (christian apologist, ~250-~325, 'divinarum institutionum');

[LACTARIUM, LACTARII] : N milk food; (erasmus);

[LACTATIO, LACTATIONIS] : N enticement, inducement; allure;

[LACTATIO] : enticement, come-on.

[LACTE, LACTIS] : N milk; milky juice of plants; spat/spawn (of oyster);

[LACTENS, (GEN.), LACTENTIS] : ADJ suckling, unweaned; full of milk/sap, juicy; prepared with milk; milky white;

[LACTENS, LACTENTIS] : N suckling, unweaned animal suitable for sacrifice;

[LACTEUS, LACTEA, LACTEUM] : ADJ milky; milk-white; (~ orbis or circulus => milky way);

[LACTEUS] : milky, of milk, milk-white.

[LACTO, LACTARE, LACTAVI, LACTATUS] : V entice, lead on, induce; wheedle, cajole, dupe;

[LACTO] : to allure, entice, wheedle.

[LACTUCA, LACTUCAE] : N lettuce;

[LACTUCA] : -ae, (fem.) lettuce; check for association with 'lac', milk ..., et ideo lactucis nomen a lacte. Pliny, Historia Naturalis, Liber xxviii Pliny describes lettuces (lactucae), their seeds and planting

[LACTUCA] : lettuce.

[LACUNA, LACUNAE] : N pool; hollow, pit, cavity;

[LACUNA] : a hole, empty space / pond, pool / deficiency, loss.

[LACUNA] : a hole, empty space/ pond, pool/ deficiency, loss.

[LACUNA] : missing letters, words, or phrases in a manuscript.

[LACUNAR, LACUNARIS] : N paneled ceiling;

[LACUNAR] : panelled ceiling.

[LACUNO, LACUNARE, LACUNAVI, LACUNATUS] : V to work in panels, to panel;

[LACUNOSUS, LACUNOSA, LACUNOSUM] : ADJ full of hollows or gaps;

[LACUS, LACI] : N basin/tank/tub; lake/pond; reservoir/cistern/basin, trough; lime-hole; bin; pit;

[LACUS, LACUS] : N basin/tank/tub; lake/pond; reservoir/cistern/basin, trough; lime-hole; bin; pit;

[LACUS] : a hollow / lake, pool, pond, troough, tank, tub.

[LACUS] : a hollow/ lake, pool, pond, troough, tank, tub.

[LAEDO LEDO] : strike, hit, hurt, damage, offend, annoy, violate.

[LAEDO, LAEDERE, LAESI, LAESUS] : V strike; hurt, injure, wound; offend, annoy;

[LAENA, LAENAE] : N woolen double cloak;

[LAESIO LESIO] : rhetorical attack / wounding.

[LAESIO LESIO] : rhetorical attack/ wounding.

[LAETABILIS LETABILIS] : joyous, glad.

[LAETABILIS, LAETABILIS, LAETABILE] : ADJ joyful;

[LAETANS, (GEN.), LAETANTIS] : ADJ rejoicing;

[LAETANS] : rejoicing, joyous.

[LAETATIO LETATIO] : rejoicing, joy.

[LAETATIO] : letatio ; rejoicing, joy.

[LAETIFICO LETIFICO] : to fertilize / cheer, galdden, delight.

[LAETIFICO, LAETIFICARE, LAETIFICAVI, LAETIFICATUS] : V delight, cheer, gladden;

[LAETIFICO] : letifico ; to fertilize/ cheer, gladden, delight.

[LAETIFICO] : to rejoice.

[LAETIFICUS LETIFICUS] : gladdening, joyous, spreading happiness.

[LAETIFICUS, LAETIFICA, LAETIFICUM] : ADJ gladdening, joyous;

[LAETIFICUS] : letificus ; gladdening, joyous, spreading happiness.

[LAETITIA LETITIA LETICIA] : fertility / richness, grace / joy, delight.

[LAETITIA LETITIA LETICIA] : fertility/ richness, grace/ joy, delight.

[LAETITIA, LAETITIAE] : N gladness, happiness, joy;

[LAETITIA] : joy, gladness, delight.

[LAETITIA] : joy, gladness, delight

[LAETO LETO] : to cheer, gladden, make joyful.

[LAETOR LETOR] : to rejoice, be joyful.

[LAETOR, LAETARI, -, LAETATUS SUM] : V be glad/joyful; rejoice;

[LAETOR] : to be delighted.

[LAETUS, LAETA, LAETUM] : ADJ happy, cheerful, joyful, glad; fortunate; luxuriant, lush;

[LAETUS] : glad delighted.

[LAEVA, LAEVAE] : N left hand;

[LAEVE LEVE] : left-handedly, awkwardly.

[LAEVUS LEVUS] : foolish, silly/ unlucky, unpropitious.

[LAEVUS LEVUS] : foolish, silly / unlucky, unpropitious.

[LAEVUS LEVUS] : the left hand, left side, left-handed.

[LAEVUS, LAEVA, LAEVUM] : ADJ left, on the left hand; from the left; unpropitious, unfavorable, harmful;

[LAGANUM, LAGANI] : N cake;

[LAGANUM] : a cake.

[LAGENA, LAGENAE] : N flask, flagon, bottle with narrow neck; (esp. wine); pitcher (douay);

[LAGENA, LAGENAE] : N flask; bottle;

[LAGEOS, LAGEI] : N greek kind of vine;

[LAGOENA, LAGOENAE] : N flask, flagon, bottle with narrow neck; (esp. wine); pitcher (douay);

[LAGOENA, LAGOENAE] : N large earthen jar with handles;

[LAGOIS, LAGOIDIS] : N bird, perhaps heathcock or grouse;

[LAGONA, LAGONAE] : N flask, flagon, bottle with narrow neck; (esp. wine); pitcher (douay);

[LAGUENA, LAGUENAE] : N flask, flagon, bottle with narrow neck; (esp. wine); pitcher (douay);

[LAGUENOS, LAGUENI] : N flask, flagon, bottle with narrow neck; (esp. wine); pitcher (douay);

[LAGUNCULA, LAGUNCULAE] : N little bottle;

[LAGUNCULA, LAGUNCULAE] : N small flask/bottle; (for wine);

[LAICALIS, LAICALIS, LAICALE] : ADJ lay, common; of the laity/people; not priestly/in orders/concecrated;

[LAICUS, LAICA, LAICUM] : ADJ lay, common; of the laity/people; not priestly/in orders/concecrated;

[LAICUS, LAICI] : N layman, laic, one not belonging to the priesthood/in orders;

[LAMA, LAMAE] : N bog, slough;

[LAMA] : bog, slough.

[LAMBO, LAMBERE, LAMBUI, LAMBITUS] : V lick; lap/lick/suck up, absorb; wash/bathe; surround; fondle/caress (l+s); fawn;

[LAMBO, LAMBERE, LAMBI] : V lick; lap/lick/suck up, absorb; wash/bathe; surround; fondle/caress (l+s); fawn;

[LAMBO] : to lick /(of rivers) to wash.

[LAMBO] : to lick, lap/ (of rivers) to wash.

[LAMED, UNDECLINED] : N lamed/lameth; (12th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as l);

[LAMENTA (NEUT. PL)] : weeping, wailing.

[LAMENTA, LAMENTAE] : N wailing, weeping, groans, laments;

[LAMENTABILIS, LAMENTABILIS, LAMENTABILE] : ADJ doleful; lamentable;

[LAMENTABILIS] : lamentable, mournful.

[LAMENTATIO, LAMENTATIONIS] : N lamentation, wailing;

[LAMENTATIO] : weeping, wailing, lamenting.

[LAMENTO, LAMENTARE, LAMENTAVI, LAMENTATUS] : V lament; utter cries of grief; bewail; lament for; complain that;

[LAMENTOR, LAMENTARI, -, LAMENTATUS SUM] : V lament; utter cries of grief; bewail; lament for; complain that;

[LAMENTOR] : to weep, wail, lament/ (trans.) to bewail.

[LAMENTOR] : to weep, wail, lament /(trans.) to bewail.

[LAMENTUM, LAMENTI] : N wailing (pl.), weeping, groans, laments;

[LAMETH, UNDECLINED] : N lamed/lameth; (12th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as l);

[LAMIA, LAMIAE] : N witch;

[LAMIA] : witch, vampire.

[LAMINA, LAMINAE] : N plate; veneer; thin sheet of metal/other material; (blade); money/cash;

[LAMMINA, LAMMINAE] : N plate; veneer; thin sheet of metal/other material; (blade); money/cash;

[LAMNA, LAMNAE] : N plate; veneer; thin sheet of metal/other material; (blade); money/cash;

[LAMNIA LAMMINA LAMNA] : sheet of metal, coin, knife blade, nutshell.

[LAMNIA] : lammina ; lamna ; sheet of metal, coin, knife blade, nutshell.

[LAMPAS, LAMPADIS] : N torch, flambeau, firebrand; lamp, lantern; light of the sun/moon/stars;

[LAMPAS, LAMPADOS/IS] : N torch, flambeau, firebrand; lamp, lantern; light of the sun/moon/stars;

[LAMPAS] : torch.

[LANA, LANAE] : N wool; fleece; soft hair; down; trifles;

[LANATUS, LANATA, LANATUM] : ADJ woolly;

[LANCEA, LANCEAE] : N light spear, lance;

[LANCEA] : lances.

[LANCINATIO, LANCINATIONIS] : N tearing in/to pieces, rending, mangling;

[LANCINO, LANCINARE, LANCINAVI, LANCINATUS] : V tear in/to pieces, rend (apart), mangle;

[LANDICA, LANDICAE] : N clitoris; (rude);

[LANEUS, LANEA, LANEUM] : ADJ woolen;

[LANEUS] : woolen.

[LANGUEFACIO, LANGUEFACERE,] : V to make weak or faint;

[LANGUEO, LANGUERE,] : V be tired; be listless/sluggish/unwell/ill; wilt, lack vigor;

[LANGUESCO, LANGUESCERE, LANGUI] : V become faint or languid or weak, wilt;

[LANGUIDE, LANGUIDIUS, LANGUIDISSIME] : ADV faintly, feebly; slowly, spiritlessly;

[LANGUIDULUS, LANGUIDULA, LANGUIDULUM] : ADJ somewhat faint, limp;

[LANGUIDUS, LANGUIDA -UM, LANGUIDIOR -OR -US, LANGUIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ faint, weak; dull, sluggish, languid; spiritless, listless, inactive; powerles;

[LANGUOR, LANGUORIS] : N faintness, feebleness; languor apathy;

[LANIATUS] : a tearing, ripping, mangling, mutilating.

[LANIATUS] : a tearing, ripping, mangling, mutilating

[LANIENA, LANIENAE] : N butcher's shop;

[LANIFICUS, LANIFICA, LANIFICUM] : ADJ woodworking, spinning, weaving;

[LANIGER, LANIGERA, LANIGERUM] : ADJ wool-bearing, fleecy; woolly;

[LANIO, LANIARE, LANIAVI, LANIATUS] : V tear, mangle, mutilate, pull to pieces;

[LANIO] : to mangle.

[LANISTA, LANISTAE] : N manager of a troop of gladiators, trainer;

[LANITIUM, LANITII] : N wool;

[LANIUS, LANII] : N butcher;

[LANTERNA, LANTERNAE] : N lantern;

[LANTERNA] : lantern, lamp, light.

[LANTERNARIUS, LANTERNARII] : N lantern-bearer;

[LANUGO, LANUGINIS] : N down, youth;

[LANX, LANCIS] : N plate, dish; pan of a pair of scales;

[LANX] : dish, platter, plate

[LANX] : dish, platter, plate.

[LAPATHUM, LAPATHI] : N sorrel;

[LAPATHUS, LAPATHI] : N sorrel;

[LAPATIUM] : sorrel (Rumex acetosella) Celsus, Spencer, p.492, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[LAPIDARIS, LAPIDARIS, LAPIDARE] : ADJ of stone;

[LAPIDARIUS, LAPIDARII] : N stone-cutter;

[LAPIDARIUS, LAPIDARIA, LAPIDARIUM] : ADJ of/concerning stone-cutting/quarrying; (litterae ~ => block capital letters);

[LAPIDEUS, LAPIDEA, LAPIDEUM] : ADJ of stone; stony;

[LAPIDICINA, LAPIDICINAE] : N stone quarries (pl.);

[LAPIDO, LAPIDARE, LAPIDAVI, LAPIDATUS] : V throw stones at; stone; (lapidat => it rains stones);

[LAPIDOSUS, LAPIDOSA, LAPIDOSUM] : ADJ stony, full of stones; gritty;

[LAPILLUS, LAPILLI] : N little stone, pebble; precious stone, gem, jewel;

[LAPIS, LAPIDIS] : N stone; milestone; jewel;

[LAPIS, LAPIS] : N stone; milestone; jewel;

[LAPPA, LAPPAE] : N bur; plants bearing burs;

[LAPSO, LAPSARE, LAPSAVI, LAPSATUS] : V slip, nose one's footing;

[LAPSUS CALAMI ] : PHRASE slip of the pen

[LAPSUS LINGUAE ] : PHRASE slip of the tongue

[LAPSUS, LAPSUS] : N gliding, sliding; slipping and falling;

[LAPSUS] : fall, fault, error, sliding, gradual movement.

[LAQUEAR, LAQUEARIS] : N panelled/fretted ceiling (usu. pl.); rafter, ceiling, panel;

[LAQUEARE, LAQUEARIS] : N paneled ceiling;

[LAQUEARE, LAQUEARIS] : N panelled/fretted ceiling (usu. pl.); rafter, ceiling, panel;

[LAQUEATUS, LAQUEATA, LAQUEATUM] : ADJ paneled;

[LAQUEUM, LAQUEI] : N noose, halter; snare, trap; lasso; bond, tie;

[LAQUEUM] : noose, halter, snare, trap.

[LAQUEUS, LAQUEI] : N noose; snare, trap;

[LAQUEUS] : snare, trap, noose.

[LAR, LARIS] : N tutelary household god; home;

[LARDUM, LARDI] : N lard, fat; bacon;

[LARES, LARIS] : N lares, household gods, deified spirits of the place;

[LARGE] : ADV exceedingly;

[LARGIFICUS, LARGIFICA, LARGIFICUM] : ADJ bountiful, liberal;

[LARGIFLUE] : bountifully.

[LARGIFLUUS, LARGIFLUA, LARGIFLUUM] : ADJ flowing freely;

[LARGIFLUUS] : bountiful.

[LARGIOR, LARGIRI, -, LARGITUS SUM] : V grant; give bribes/presents corruptly; give generously/bountifully;

[LARGIOR] : lavish, bestow, grant, give abindantly.

[LARGIOR] : to give bountifully, shower (with gifts).

[LARGIOR] : to lavish, bestow, grant, give abundantly.

[LARGISSIMUM] : bounty.

[LARGITAS, LARGITATIS] : N an abundance (of) (w/gen); bounty; liberality, munificence;

[LARGITAS] : bounty, liberality.

[LARGITER] : ADV in abundance, plentifully, liberally, much; greatly; has great influence;

[LARGITIO, LARGITIONIS] : N generosity, lavish giving, largess; bribery; distribution of dole/land;

[LARGITIO] : bounty.

[LARGITOR, LARGITORIS] : N liberal giver; briber;

[LARGUS, LARGA, LARGUM] : ADJ lavish; plentiful; bountiful;

[LARGUS] : bountiful.

[LARIDUM, LARIDI] : N bacon;

[LARVA, LARVAE] : N evil spirit/demon/devil; horrific mask; model skeleton; ghost/specter/hobgoblin;

[LASAR] : = laser;

[LASARATUM] : silphium sauce p. 227 ; Apicius

[LASCIVIA, LASCIVIAE] : N playfulness; wantonness, lasciviousness;

[LASCIVIO, LASCIVIRE, LASCIVI, LASCIVITUS] : V frisk; sport; run riot;

[LASCIVIO] : to run riot, play, be wanton.

[LASCIVUS, LASCIVA, LASCIVUM] : ADJ playful; lustful, wanton; impudent, mischievous; free from restraint;

[LASER] : asafoetida gum (?Scorodosma foetidum) Celsus, Spencer, p.492, List of Alimenta, Vol. I

[LASERPICIUM, LASERPICII] : N plant from which asafoetida was obtained;

[LASERPITIUM] : ;

[LASESCO] : to become tired, grow weary

[LASIMSAPH] : bugloss Libyan ; p. 227

[LASSITUDO, LASSITUDINIS] : N weariness, exhaustion, faintness; lassitude;

[LASSO, LASSARE, LASSAVI, LASSATUS] : V tire, weary, exhaust, wear out;

[LASSULUS, LASSULA, LASSULUM] : ADJ rather tired;

[LASSUS, LASSA, LASSUM] : ADJ tired, weary; languid;

[LATE] : ADV widely, far and wide;

[LATE] : broadly, widely, extensively

[LATE] : broadly, widely, extensively.

[LATEBRA, LATEBRAE] : N hiding place, retreat, lair; subterfuge;

[LATEBRA] : covert, hidden recess .

[LATEBROS, LATEBROSIS (GEN.), LATEBROSIOR -OR -US, LATEBROSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ secret, offering concealment, abounding in hiding places; hidden, lurking;

[LATEBROSUS, LATEBROSA, LATEBROSUM] : ADJ full of lurking places; lurking in concealment;

[LATENER, LATENTIUS, LATENTISSIME] : ADV secretly, privately; in concealment, without being seen;

[LATENS, LATENTIS (GEN.), LATENTIOR -OR -US, LATENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ hidden, concealed; secret, not revealed; (in latenti => in secret);

[LATENTER, LATENTIUS, LATENTISSIME] : ADV secretly, privately; in concealment, without being perceived;

[LATENTER] : secretly, in a concealed manner

[LATENTER] : secretly, in a concealed manner.

[LATEO, LATERE, LATUI] : V lie hidden, lurk; live a retired life, escape notice;

[LATER, LATERIS] : N brick, ingot;

[LATER] : brick.

[LATERAMEN, LATERAMINIS] : N pottery;

[LATERCULUS, LATERCULI] : N small brick or tile; a biscuit;

[LATERE] : to lurk, lie hidden.

[LATERICIUS, LATERICIA, LATERICIUM] : ADJ made of bricks;

[LATERUS, LATERA, LATERUM] : ADJ having x sides (only with numerical prefix);

[LATET ANGUIS IN HERBA. ] : PHRASE A snake lies in the grass.

[LATET] : to be unknown.

[LATEX, LATICIS] : N water; (any) liquid; spring water; juice; wine; oil;

[LATEX] : liquid.

[LATIBULUM, LATIBULI] : N hiding-place, den;

[LATIBULUM] : lurking-hole.

[LATICLAVIUS, LATICLAVIA, LATICLAVIUM] : ADJ having a broad crimson stripe;

[LATIFUNDIUM, LATIFUNDI(I)] : N large estate, farm;

[LATINE] : ADV in latin;

[LATINUS, LATINA, LATINUM] : ADJ latin;

[LATIRIDA] : berry of Daphne cnidium p. 227

[LATITO, LATITARE, LATITAVI, LATITATUS] : V keep hiding oneself, remain in hiding, be hidden; lie low; lurk;

[LATITO] : to keep out of the way, be concealed.

[LATITO] : to lie hidden, be concealed

[LATITO] : to lie hidden, be concealed.

[LATITUDO, LATITUDINIS] : N width, breadth, extent;

[LATITUDO] : breadth.

[LATIUS, LATIA, LATIUM] : ADJ latin; of latium (central italy in cluding rome, italy); roman; italian;

[LATOMUS, LATOMI] : N quarryman; stonemason; hewer of stone (douay);

[LATOR, LATORIS] : N mover or proposer (of a law);

[LATRATOR, LATRATORIS] : N barker, one who barks;

[LATRATOR] : a barker (such as a dog).

[LATRATOR] : a barker (such as a dog)

[LATRATUS, LATRATUS] : N barking/baying (of dogs); shouting, bawling; roaring (of the sea);

[LATRATUS] : barking.

[LATRATUS] : barking

[LATRAUS, LATRAUS] : N barking;

[LATRINA, LATRINAE] : N latrine, privy; washing-place, bathroom;

[LATRINUM, LATRINI] : N latrine, privy; washing-place, bathroom;

[LATRO, LATRARE, LATRAVI, LATRATUS] : V bark, bark at;

[LATRO, LATRONIS] : N robber, brigand, bandit; plunderer;

[LATRO] : (-are) to bark, bay / rant / runble, roar

[LATRO] : (-are) to bark, bay/ rant/ runble, roar.

[LATRO] : (-onis) hired servant / mercenary soldier / robber, bandit, brigand

[LATRO] : (-onis) hired servant/ mercenary soldier.

[LATRO] : (-onis) hunter

[LATRO] : (-onis) hunter.

[LATRO] : bandit.

[LATRO] : robber, bandit, brigand.

[LATROCINIUM, LATROCINI(I)] : N brigandage, robbery, highway robbery; piracy, freebooting; villainy;

[LATROCINIUM] : mercenary service / highway robbery / villainy / a gang of robbers

[LATROCINIUM] : mercenary service/ highway robbery.

[LATROCINOR, LATROCINARI, -, LATROCINATUS SUM] : V engage in brigandage or piracy;

[LATROCINOR] : (dep) serve as a mercenary/ to rob, steal.

[LATROCINOR] : (dep) serve as a mercenary / to rob, steal

[LATROCINOR] : to rob on the highway.

[LATRUNCULUS, LATRUNCULI] : N robber, brigand;

[LATRUNCULUS] : highwayman, robber, brigand, bandit / mercenary soldier

[LATRUNCULUS] : highwayman, robber, brigand, bandit/ mercenary soldier.

[LATUS -ERIS] : sides, flank/ lungs/ .

[LATUS -ERIS] : sides, flank / lungs /

[LATUS, LATA -UM, LATIOR -OR -US, LATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ wide, broad; spacious, extensive;

[LATUS, LATERIS] : N side; flank;

[LATUS] : broad, wide, extensive.

[LATUS] : broad, wide, extensive

[LATUS] : broad.

[LATUSCULUM, LATUSCULI] : N little side;

[LAUDABILIS, LAUDABILIS, LAUDABILE] : ADJ praiseworthy;

[LAUDABILIS] : praiseworthy, laudable.

[LAUDABILIS] : praiseworthy, laudable

[LAUDABILITER] : (adv) in a laudable fashion

[LAUDABILITER] : (adv) in a laudable fashion.

[LAUDANT ILLA, SED ISTA LEGUNT. ] : PHRASE Some (writing) is praised, but other is read.

[LAUDATIO, LAUDATIONIS] : N commendation, praising; eulogy;

[LAUDATIO] : praise, commendation.

[LAUDATIO] : praise, commendation

[LAUDATOR, LAUDATORIS] : N praiser, one who praises; eulogist;

[LAUDATOR] : praiser.

[LAUDO, LAUDARE, LAUDAVI, LAUDATUS] : V recommend; praise, approve, extol; call upon, name; deliver eulogy on;

[LAUDO] : to praise, extoll, commend / name, mention, cite, quote.

[LAUDO] : to praise, extoll, commend/ name, mention, cite, quote.

[LAUDUNUM] : Laon.

[LAUREA, LAUREAE] : N laurel tree; laurel crown/wreath/branch; triumph, victory;

[LAUREATUS, LAUREATA, LAUREATUM] : ADJ crowned with laurel; (w/litterae => bringing news of victory);

[LAUREATUS] : crowned with laurel, laureate.

[LAUREATUS] : crowned with laurel, laureate

[LAUREAUS, LAUREAA, LAUREAUM] : ADJ adorned with a laurel; (laureatse litterae => a dispatch reporting victory);

[LAUREOLA, LAUREOLAE] : N laurel branch, laurel crown; triumph, victory;

[LAUREOLA] : a laurel branch, crown of laurel / victory, triumph, success

[LAUREOLA] : a laurel branch, crown of laurel.

[LAUREUS, LAUREA, LAUREUM] : ADJ of the laurel tree, laurel;

[LAURICOMUS, LAURICOMA, LAURICOMUM] : ADJ covered with laurel trees;

[LAURIFER, LAURIFERA, LAURIFERUM] : ADJ crowned with laurel;

[LAURIFER] : carrying laurel, crowned with laurel.

[LAURIFER] : carrying laurel, crowned with laurel / tiumphant, victorious

[LAURIFER] : triumphant, victorious.

[LAURIGER, LAURIGERA, LAURIGERUM] : ADJ crowned with laurel;

[LAURUS, LAURI] : N bay-tree, laurel; laurel crown; triumph;

[LAURUS] : the laurel, bay tree / triumph, victory, success

[LAURUS] : the laurel, bay tree/ triumph, victory, success.

[LAUS, LAUDIS] : N praise, approval, merit; glory; renown;

[LAUS] : praise, glory, fame.

[LAUS] : praise, glory, fame

[LAUTE, LAUTIUS, LAUTISSIME] : ADV elegantly, sumptuously, fashionably, finely; liberally;

[LAUTITIA, LAUTITIAE] : N elegance, splendor, sumptuousness, luxury;

[LAUTITIA] : splendor, elegance.

[LAUTITIA] : splendor, elegance

[LAUTIUM, LAUTII] : N entertainment provided for foreign guests of the state of rome; state banquet;

[LAUTUMIA, LAUTUMIAE] : N stone-quarry (pl.), especially used as a prison;

[LAUTUMIAE] : lautomiae ; (-arum) stone quarry.

[LAUTUMIAE] : lautomiae ; (-arum) stone quarry

[LAUTUS, LAUTA -UM, LAUTIOR -OR -US, LAUTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ elegant, fashionable; sumptuous/luxurious; fine, well turned out; washed/clean;

[LAUTUS] : washed, bathed, cleaned/ fine, elegant, refined.

[LAUTUS] : washed, bathed, cleaned / fine, elegant, refined

[LAUVABRUM] : a bath

[LAVABRUM, LAVABRI] : N bath-tub;

[LAVABRUM] : a bath.

[LAVACRUM, LAVACRI] : N bath;

[LAVACRUM] : bath.

[LAVATIO] : washing, bathing

[LAVATIO] : washing, bathing.

[LAVO, LAVARE, LAVI, LAVATUS] : V wash, bathe; soak;

[LAVO, LAVARE, LAVI, LOTUS] : V wash, bathe; soak;

[LAVO, LAVARE, LAVI, LAUTUS] : V wash, bathe; soak;

[LAVO] : lavi ; lautus ; (-ere) to wash, bathe/ moisten, get wet / wash away

[LAVO] : to bathe.

[LAVO] : to wash, bathe/ moisten, get wet/ wash away.

[LAX] : purslane Dacian; p.228

[LAXAMENTUM, LAXAMENTI] : N respite, relaxation, mitigation, alleviation; opportunity; free space/time;

[LAXAMENTUM] : a widening, expansion / rest, respite

[LAXAMENTUM] : a widening, expansion/ rest, respite.

[LAXATUS, LAXATA -UM, LAXATIOR -OR -US, LAXATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ wide, large in extent, spacious; loose, slack, lax;

[LAXE, LAXIUS, LAXISSIME] : ADV loosely, amply; without restraint; over a wide area, widely; on a large scale;

[LAXE] : widely, loosely/ unrestrained.

[LAXE] : widely, loosely / unrestrained

[LAXE] : widely.

[LAXITAS, LAXITATIS] : N roominess, largeness;

[LAXITAS] : wideness, expansiveness, roominess.

[LAXITAS] : wideness, expansiveness, roominess

[LAXO, LAXARE, LAXAVI, LAXATUS] : V loosen, slaken, relax, weaken; expand, open up, extend;

[LAXO] : sell formally, give up, loosen / widen, extend, enlarge / undo, relax

[LAXO] : sell formally, give up, loosen.

[LAXO] : to relieve / release, set free, liberate / yield up

[LAXO] : widen, extend, enlarge/ undo, relax.

[LAXUS, LAXA, LAXUM] : ADJ wide, loose, roomy, slack, open, lax;

[LAXUS] : wide, spacious/ later, postponed/ lax, loose, relaxed.

[LAXUS] : wide, spacious / later, postponed / lax, loose, relaxed

[LEA, LEAE] : N lioness;

[LEA] : leana ; lioness

[LEA] : leana ; lioness.

[LEAENA, LEAENAE] : N lioness;

[leather] helmet.

[LEBES, LEBETIS] : N copper cauldron, kettle; basin (washing); (a prize in the grecian games);

[LEBES] : copper kettle, basin, cauldron.

[LEBNITICA, LEBNITICAE] : N family of libini; (son of gerson, grandson of levi);

[LECTICA, LECTICAE] : N litter;

[LECTICA] : litter, bier.

[LECTICA] : litter, bier

[LECTICARIUS, LECTICARI(I)] : N litter-bearer;

[LECTICULA, LECTICULAE] : N small litter;

[LECTIO, LECTIONIS] : N reading (aloud); perusal; choosing; lecture (bee); narrative;

[LECTIO] : selection, picking out/ reading, perusal.

[LECTIO] : selection, picking out / reading, perusal

[LECTISTERNIUM, LECTISTERNI(I)] : N special feast of supplication to the gods, couches for them to recline upon;

[LECTITO, LECTITARE, LECTITAVI, LECTITATUS] : V read repeatedly; be in the habit of reading;

[LECTOR, LECTORIS] : N reader;

[LECTOR] : reader

[LECTOR] : reader.

[LECTULUS, LECTULI] : N bed or couch;

[LECTULUS] : a small bed, cot.

[LECTULUS] : a small bed, cot

[LECTUS, LECTA -UM, LECTIOR -OR -US, LECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ chosen, picked, selected,; choice, excellent; (pl. as subst = picked men);

[LECTUS, LECTI] : N bed, couch, lounge, sofa; bridal bed;

[LECTUS, LECTI] : N chosen/picked/selected men (pl.);

[LECTUS] : bed, couch

[LECTUS] : bed, couch.

[LECYTHOS, LECYTHI] : N oil flask/bottle/vessel;

[LECYTHUS, LECYTHI] : N oil flask/bottle/vessel;

[left] behind.

[LEG, ABB.] : N legion (abbreviation);

[LEGATARIUS, LEGATARII] : N legatee;

[LEGATARIUS] : legatee.

[LEGATARIUS] : legatee

[LEGATIO, LEGATIONIS] : N embassy; member of an embassy; mission;

[LEGATIO] : embassy.

[LEGATIO] : office of legate / office of ambassador, embassy commander

[LEGATIO] : office of legate/ office of ambassador, embassy commander.

[LEGATUM, LEGATI] : N bequest, legacy;

[LEGATUS, LEGATI] : N envoy, ambassador, legate; commander of a legion; officer; deputy;

[LEGATUS] : ambassador, messenger.

[LEGATUS] : deputy, ambassador, envoy / commander of a legion

[LEGATUS] : deputy, ambassador, envoy/ commander of a legion.

[LEGE ARTIS ] : PHRASE according to the rules (of the art)

[LEGENS] : (-entis) a reader.

[LEGES BONAE EX MALIS MORIBUS PROCREANTUR. ] : PHRASE Good laws are born of bad customs.

[LEGIFER, LEGIFERA, LEGIFERUM] : ADJ law-giving;

[LEGIFER] : lawgiving.

[LEGIO, LEGIONIS] : N legion; army;

[LEGIO] : a selection / chosen body / legion

[LEGIO] : a selection/ chosen body/ legion.

[LEGIO] : legion.

[LEGIONARIUS, LEGIONARIA, LEGIONARIUM] : ADJ legionary, of a legion;

[LEGISDOCTOR, LEGISDOCTORIS] : N doctor/teacher of the law;

[LEGISLATIO, LEGISLATIONIS] : N giving of the law;

[LEGISLATOR, LEGISLATORIS] : N legislator; law-giver; proposer of a law;

[LEGISPERITUS, LEGISPERITI] : N lawyer; one learned/expert in the law;

[LEGITIMUS, LEGITIMA, LEGITIMUM] : ADJ lawful, right; legitimate; real, genuine; just; proper;

[LEGITIMUS] : lawful, licit, right, proper, legitimate.

[LEGITIUMS] : lawful, licit, right, proper, legitimate

[LEGIUNCULA, LEGIUNCULAE] : N small legion;

[LEGO VELA] : to furl sails.

[LEGO, LEGARE, LEGAVI, LEGATUS] : V bequeath, will; entrust, send as an envoy, choose as a deputy;

[LEGO, LEGERE, LEGI, LECTUS] : V gather, collect (cremated bones); furl (sail), weigh (anchor); pick out; read;

[LEGO] : appoint, select.

[LEGO] : to gather, choose, collect, pass through, read / appoint, select

[LEGO] : to gather, choose, collect, pass through, read.

[LEGULEIUS, LEGULEII] : N pettifogging lawyer;

[LEGUMEN, LEGUMINIS] : N pulse, leguminous plant;

[LEGUMEN] : a bean, pea, legume

[LEGUMEN] : a bean, pea, legume.

[LEGUMLATOR, LEGUMLATORIS] : N legislator; law-giver; proposer of a law;

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

[LEMANNUS, LEMANNI] : N lake geneva - in caesar's "gallic war";

[LEMBUS, LEMBI] : N small fast-sailing boat;

[LEMISCUS] : a ribbon.

[LEMMA, LEMMATIS] : N theme, title; an epigram;

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

[LEMMA] : theme, title, epigram.

[LEMNISCATUS, LEMNISCATA, LEMNISCATUM] : ADJ ribboned;

[LEMNISCUS, LEMNISCI] : N ribbon;

[LEMUR, LEMURIS] : N malevolent ghosts of the dead, specters, shades;

[LEMURES] : (pl. only) ghosts, phantoms.

[LENA, LENAE] : N procuress; brothel-keeper;

[LENIMEN, LENIMINIS] : N alleviation, solace;

[LENIMENTUM, LENIMENTI] : N mitigation, alleviation;

[LENIMENTUS] : alleviation, impreovement, mitigation.

[LENIO, LENIRE, LENIVI, LENITUS] : V mitigate, moderate; alleviate, allay, assuage, ease, calm, placate, appease;

[LENIO, LENIRE, LENIVI, LENITUS] : V mollify; explain away, gloss over; beguile, pass pleasently; abate;

[LENIO] : to mitigate, relieve, make better.

[LENIS, LENIS, LENE] : ADJ gentle, kind, light; smooth, mild, easy, calm;

[LENIS] : gentle.

[LENIS] : smooth / gentle, kind, mild.

[LENIS] : smooth/ gentle, kind, mild.

[LENITAS LENITUDO] : smoothness, gentleness, mildness.

[LENITAS, LENITATIS] : N smoothness; gentleness, mildness; lenience;

[LENITAS] : mildness.

[LENITER, LENIUS, LENISSIME] : ADV gently/mildly/lightly/slightly; w/gentle movement/incline; smoothly; moderately;

[LENITER] : gently.

[LENO, LENONIS] : N brothel keeper; bawd; procurer, pimp; panderer;

[LENO] : procurer, go-between.

[LENOCINIUM, LENOCINI(I)] : N pandering; allurement, enticement; flattery;

[LENOCINIUM] : enticement, allurement.

[LENOCINOR, LENOCINARI, -, LENOCINATUS SUM] : V to work as a procurer; to make up to, to flatter;

[LENOCINOR] : to pander, flatter, make up to/ to promote, advance.

[LENOCINOR] : to pander, flatter, make up to / to promote, advance.

[LENS, LENTIS] : N the lentil-plant;

[LENS] : lentis ; lentil.

[LENS] : lentis ; lentil

[LENTE] : ADV slowly;

[LENTE] : slowly, calmly, cooly, deliberately.

[LENTESCO, LENTESCERE,] : V become sticky; relax;

[LENTESCO] : to become soft, flexible, sticky / to weaken, slacken.

[LENTESCO] : to become soft, flexible, sticky/ to weaken, slacken.

[LENTISCUM, LENTISCI] : N mastic-tree;

[LENTISCUS, LENTISCI] : N mastic-tree;

[LENTITUDO, LENTITUDINIS] : N slowness in action; apathy;

[LENTITUDO] : slowness, sluggishness/ apathy.

[LENTITUDO] : slowness, sluggishness / apathy

[LENTO, LENTARE, LENTAVI, LENTATUS] : V bend under strain;

[LENTO] : to bend.

[LENTULUS, LENTULA, LENTULUM] : ADJ somewhat slow;

[LENTULUS] : rather slow, a little slow.

[LENTUS, LENTA, LENTUM] : ADJ clinging, tough; slow, sluggish, lazy, procrastinating; easy, pliant;

[LENTUS] : lethargic, inactive / slow, lingering.

[LENTUS] : lethargic, inactive/ slow, lingering.

[LENTUS] : tough, resistant, tenacious/ supple, pliant/ .

[LENTUS] : tough, resistant, tenacious / supple, pliant /

[LENUNCULUS, LENUNCULI] : N skiff;

[LEO, LEONIS] : N lion;

[LEO] : lion

[LEO] : lion.

[LEODIE] : Liege.

[LEODIUM, LEODI(I)] : N liege;

[LEODIUM] : Liege.

[LEONINUS, LEONINA, LEONINUM] : ADJ of a lion, leonine;

[LEONTOS SPERMON] : =leontopodium A. Souter p.229

[LEOPARDALIS, LEOPARDALIS] : N leopard; (believed to be hybrid from lion and panther);

[LEOPARDUS, LEOPARDI] : N leopard; (believed to be hybrid from lion and panther);

[LEPAS, LEPADOS/IS] : N limpet;

[LEPIDE] : ADV charmingly delightfully; wittily; fine, excellent (formula approbation);

[LEPIDE] : charminly, wittily, elegantly, pleasantly.

[LEPIDUS, LEPIDA -UM, LEPIDIOR -OR -US, LEPIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ agreeable, charming, delightful, nice; amusing, witty (remarks/books);

[LEPIDUS] : charming, witty, pleasant, elegant.

[LEPOR LEPOS] : charm, wit, elegance.

[LEPOR, LEPORIS] : N charm, pleasantness;

[LEPORINUS] : of hare's skin, kind of lettuce whose juice cures burns A. Souter p.229

[LEPOS, LEPORIS] : N charm, grace; wit; humor;

[LEPRA, LEPRAE] : N leprosy; various inflammatory skin diseases; psoriasis; (usu. pl.);

[LEPROSUS, LEPROSA, LEPROSUM] : ADJ leprous; inflicted with various inflammatory skin diseases/psoriasis;

[LEPROSUS, LEPROSI] : N leper; one inflicted with leprosy;

[LEPTOCARYON] : a nut with a thin shell A. Souter p.229

[LEPTOPETALON] : Leontopetalon A. Souter p.229

[LEPUS, LEPORIS] : N hare;

[LEPUS] : hare, rabbit.

[LEPUSCULUS, LEPUSCULI] : N young hare;

[LERTUM] : a vegetable A. Souter p.230

[LESCIENSE, MONASTERY OF] : Liessies.

[LETALIS, LETALIS, LETALE] : ADJ deadly, fatal; lethal, mortal;

[LETALIS] : mortal, deadly, fatal.

[LETALITER] : mortally, fatally.

[LETANIE] : litany

[LETANIE] : litany.

[LETHAEUS, LETHAEA, LETHAEUM] : ADJ of lethe; causing forgetfulness, of the underworld;

[LETHARGICUS, LETHARGICI] : N drowsy, lethargic person;

[LETHARGUS, LETHARGI] : N drowsiness, lethargy, coma;

[LETHARGUS] : drowsiness, apathy, sleepiness, coma.

[LETHE] : poppy A. Souter p.230

[LETIFER, LETIFERA, LETIFERUM] : ADJ deadly; fatal;

[LETIFER] : deadly, mortal.

[LETIFER] : death-dealing.

[LETO] : to kill, slay.

[LETUM, LETI] : N death, ruin, annihilation; death and destruction;

[LETUM] : death, ruin, annihilation.

[LEUCADION] : a plant A. Souter p.230

[LEUCANTOS] : pennyroyal A. Souter p.230

[LEUCASPIS, (GEN.), LEUCASPIDIS] : ADJ having white shields;

[LEUCE] : poplar, white A. Souter p.230

[LEUCOFRIS] : Artemisia A. Souter p.230

[LEUCOZOMUS] : with white sauce Apicius A. Souter p.230

[LEUISTICUM] : lovage, a medicinal plant A. Souter p.230

[LEUNCULUS, LEUNCULI] : N small/little lion; (as statue/carving);

[LEVAMEN, LEVAMINIS] : N alleviation, solace;

[LEVAMEN] : alleviation, mitigation, solace, refreshment.

[LEVAMENTUM, LEVAMENTI] : N alleviation, mitigation, consolation;

[LEVAMENTUM] : comfort, easing, alleviation, consolation.

[LEVATIO] : alleviation, mitigation, solace.

[LEVICULUS, LEVICULA, LEVICULUM] : ADJ rather vain, light-headed;

[LEVICULUS] : empty-headed, vain, silly.

[LEVIDENSIS, LEVIDENSIS, LEVIDENSE] : ADJ thin, slight, poor;

[LEVIDENSIS] : thin, slight, poor.

[LEVIFICO, LEVIFICARE, LEVIFICAVI, LEVIFICATUS] : V smooth, make smooth; (w/linguam => deal decietfully w/tongue = lie/smooth talk);

[LEVIGATUS, LEVIGATA, LEVIGATUM] : ADJ smooth; slippery;

[LEVIGO, LEVIGARE, LEVIGAVI, LEVIGATUS] : V lighten; relieve; make small (l+s);

[LEVIGO, LEVIGARE, LEVIGAVI, LEVIGATUS] : V smooth, make smooth, smooth out, remove roughnss; pulverize; make small (l+s);

[LEVIS, LEVE, LEVIOR -OR -US, LEVISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ light, thin, trivial, trifling, slight; gentle; fickle, capricious; nimble;

[LEVIS, LEVE, LEVIOR -OR -US, LEVISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ smooth; slippery, polished, plain; free from coarse hair/harsh sounds;

[LEVIS] : light, slight, trivial / beardless, bald / light-armed.

[LEVIS] : light, slight, trivial/ beardless, bald/ light-armed.

[LEVIS] : rapid, swift/ unimpotant/ fickle, inconstant/ unstable.

[LEVIS] : rapid, swift / unimpotant / fickle, inconstant / unstable.

[LEVISOMNUS, LEVISOMNA, LEVISOMNUM] : ADJ lightly sleeping;

[LEVITA, LEVITAE] : N deacon; levite;

[LEVITAS, LEVITATIS] : N levity; lightness, mildness; fickleness; shallowness;

[LEVITAS] : lightness, levity/ fickleness, inconstancy/ groundlesness.

[LEVITAS] : lightness, levity / fickleness, inconstancy / groundlesness.

[LEVITER, LEVIUS, LEVISSIME] : ADV lightly/gently/softly/quietly/mildly; nimbly/slightly/groundlessly/thoughtlessly

[LEVITER] : lightly, softly, slightly.

[LEVITICUS, LEVITICA, LEVITICUM] : ADJ levitical, of/belonging to levi/levites;

[LEVO, LEVARE, LEVAVI, LEVATUS] : V make smooth, polish; free from hair, depilate;

[LEVO, LEVARE, LEVAVI, LEVATUS] : V lift up; comfort; release, free from; lighten, lessen, relieve;

[LEVO] : to raise, lift up / relieve, ease / diminish, weaken, impair.

[LEVO] : to raise, lift up/ relieve, ease/ diminish, weaken, impair.

[LEVO] : to smooth, polish.

[LEX LEGIS] : law, statute/ covenant, agreement.

[LEX LEGIS] : law, statute / covenant, agreement

[LEX, LEGIS] : N motion, bill, law, statute; principle; condition;

[LEX] : law.

[LEXIUA] : -ae, (fem.?); lixivvm eye wash A. Souter p.230

[LIBAMEN, LIBAMINIS] : N drink-offering; first fruits;

[LIBAMENTUM, LIBAMENTI] : N libation, offering to the gods;

[LIBAMENUM, LIBAMENI] : N drink-offering; first fruits;

[LIBATIO, LIBATIONIS] : N libation, sacrificial offering (esp. of drink);

[LIBATIO] : libation.

[LIBELLA, LIBELLAE] : N small silver coin, plumbline; level;

[LIBELLUS, LIBELLI] : N little/small book; memorial; petition; pamphlet, defamatory publication;

[LIBELLUS] : little book.

[LIBENS, LIBENTIS (GEN.), LIBENTIOR -OR -US, LIBENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ willing, cheerful; glad, pleased;

[LIBENS] : with good will.

[LIBENTER, LIBENTIUS, LIBENTISSIME] : ADV willingly; gladly, with pleasure;

[LIBENTER] : willingly, with pleasure.

[LIBER LIBERA, LIBERUM] : free, independent, unrestricted.

[LIBER LIBRI] : book.

[LIBER LIBRORUM ] : PHRASE The book of books

[LIBER MIHI OPUS EST. ] : PHRASE I need books.

[LIBER, LIBERA, LIBERUM] : ADJ free, unimpeded; void of; outspoken, frank; licentious;

[LIBER, LIBERI] : N children (pl.);

[LIBER, LIBRI] : N book, volume; inner bark of a tree;

[LIBER] : child, offspring.

[LIBERAE SUNT NOSTRAE COGITATIONES. ] : PHRASE Our thoughts are free.

[LIBERALIS, LIBERALIS, LIBERALE] : ADJ honorable; courteous, well bred, gentlemanly; liberal; generous;

[LIBERALIS] : courteous, generous, gentlemanly.

[LIBERALITAS, LIBERALITATIS] : N courtesy, kindness, nobleness; generosity; frankness; gift;

[LIBERALITER] : ADV graciously, courteously; liberally;

[LIBERALITER] : courteously, generously, honorably.

[LIBERATIO, LIBERATIONIS] : N liberation/setting free, release/deliverance (from) (debt); acquittal/discharge;

[LIBERATIO, LIBERATIONIS] : N liberation, deliverance; release; (from debt); acquittal/discharge (legal);

[LIBERATIO] : release, liberation, aquittal, setting free.

[LIBERATOR, LIBERATORIS] : N liberator, deliverer;

[LIBERE] : ADV freely; frankly; shamelessly;

[LIBERE] : freely, openly, frankly.

[LIBERO, LIBERARE, LIBERAVI, LIBERATUS] : V free; acquit, absolve; manumit; liberate, release;

[LIBERO] : to lift (an obstacle), raise.

[LIBERO] : to set free, deliver, liberate, release / exempt

[LIBERO] : to set free, deliver, liberate, release/ exempt.

[LIBERTA, LIBERTAE] : N freedman;

[LIBERTAS INAESTIMABILIS RES EST. ] : PHRASE Liberty is a thing beyond all price.

[LIBERTAS, LIBERTATIS] : N freedom, liberty; frankness of speech, outspokenness;

[LIBERTAS] : freedom, liberty, independence/ frankness, candor.

[LIBERTAS] : freedom, liberty, independence / frankness, candor.

[LIBERTINA, LIBERTINAE] : N freedman;

[LIBERTINUS, LIBERTINA, LIBERTINUM] : ADJ of a freedman;

[LIBERTINUS, LIBERTINI] : N freedman;

[LIBERTUS, LIBERTI] : N freedman; ex-slave;

[LIBET, LIBERE, LIBIT] : V it pleases, is pleasing/agreeable; (w/qui whatever, whichever, no matter);

[LIBET] : to be pleasing, agreeable.

[LIBIDINOR, LIBIDINARI, -, LIBIDINATUS SUM] : V gratify/indulge lust/passion;

[LIBIDINOSUS, LIBIDINOSA, LIBIDINOSUM] : ADJ lustful, wanton; capricious;

[LIBIDO, LIBIDINIS] : N desire; lust, passion; pleasure;

[LIBIDO] : whim, caprice, violent desire, passionate longing.

[LIBITINA, LIBITINAE] : N goddess of funerals;

[LIBITINARIUS, LIBITINARI(I)] : N undertaker;

[LIBO, LIBARE, LIBAVI, LIBATUS] : V nibble, sip; pour in offering/a libation; impair; graze, touch, skim (over);

[LIBO, LIBONIS] : N libo; (roman cognomen);

[LIBO] : to taste/ make a libation, dedicate, consecrate/ diminish

[LIBRA, LIBRAE] : N scales, balance; level; roman pound, about 3 modern pounds;

[LIBRA] : counterweight, counterpoise/ a device for levelling

[LIBRA] : weight of the Roman pound, twelve ounces/ balance, scales.

[LIBRAMEN] : poise, balance.

[LIBRAMENTUM, LIBRAMENTI] : N weight, counterpoise;

[LIBRAMENTUM] : level surface, plane/ equality, evenness/ straight line.

[LIBRAMENTUM] : weight, downward pressure, gravity.

[LIBRARIUM, LIBRARI(I)] : N bookcase; library;

[LIBRARIUS, LIBRARI(I)] : N copyist, secretary; bookseller;

[LIBRARIUS, LIBRARIA, LIBRARIUM] : ADJ of books;

[LIBRILIS, LIBRILIS, LIBRILE] : ADJ weighing a (roman) pound;

[LIBRIPENS, LIBRIPENTIS] : N one who holds the balance (in ceremony of mancipium), man in charge of scales;

[LIBRITOR, LIBRITORIS] : N an artilleryman;

[LIBRO, LIBRARE, LIBRAVI, LIBRATUS] : V balance,swing; hurl;

[LIBRO] : to launch, ponder.

[LIBUM, LIBI] : N cake/pancake; consecrated cake (to gods on 50 birthday); liquid/drink offering;

[LIBURNA, LIBURNAE] : N light, fast-sailing warship; (liburian/illyrian/croatian galley/brigantine);

[LIBURNICA, LIBURNICAE] : N light, fast-sailing warship; (liburian/illyrian/croatian galley/brigantine);

[LIBURNICUS, LIBURNICA, LIBURNICUM] : ADJ of/belonging to the liburian/illyrian/croatian people;

[LIBURNUS, LIBURNI] : N liburian/illyrian/croatian (pl.) peoples;

[LIBYA, LIBYAE] : N libya (general term for north africa); peoples (pl.) of libya;

[LIBYE, LIBYES] : N libya (general term for north africa); peoples (pl.) of libya;

[LICENS, LICENTIS (GEN.), LICENTIOR -OR -US, LICENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bold, free, forward, presumptous; uncurbed, unrestrained in conduct;

[LICENS] : unimpeded, free, unrestrained, unchecked.

[LICENTER] : ADV boldly; impudently; licentiously/loosly; freely; w/out restraint; extravagantly;

[LICENTIA POETICA. ] : PHRASE Poetic licence.

[LICENTIA, LICENTIAE] : N freedom, liberty; license, disorderliness; outspokenness;

[LICENTIA] : license, leave, authorization/ freedom, liberty / licentiousness.

[LICENTIA] : license, leave, authorization / freedom, liberty / licentiousness.

[LICENTIO] : to authorize, permit, dismiss.

[LICEO, LICERE, LICUI] : V fetch (a price); (with abl or gen);

[LICEO] : to be valued at, be for sale.

[LICEOR, LICERI, -, LICITUS SUM] : V bid on/for, bid, bid at auction; make a bid;

[LICEOR] : to offer a price, to offer to buy, bid, proffer, tender.

[LICET, LICERE, LICIT] : V it is permitted, one may; it is all right, lawful, allowed, permitted;

[LICET] : (as conj.) granted that, although.

[LICET] : all right; (with dat + inf) it is right for someone to; (conj) although, even if

[LICET] : CONJ although, granted that; (with subjunctive);

[LICET] : CONJ granted that, although;

[LICET] : granted that, although / it is allowed, one may or can.

[LICET] : granted that, although/ it is allowed, one may or can.

[LICET] : imper v., it is right, just.

[LICET] : imper v., it is right, just

[LICIATORIUM, LICIATORII] : N weaver's beam;

[LICITATIO, LICITATIONIS] : N bidding, offering of a price;

[LICITO] : to sell.

[LICITUS, LICITA, LICITUM] : ADJ lawful, permitted;

[LICITUS] : permitted, allowed.

[LICIUM, LICI(I)] : N thread; leash or heddle (in weaving);

[LICTOR, LICTORIS] : N lictor, an attendant upon a magistrate;

[LIGAMEN, LIGAMINIS] : N bandage; string, fastening, tie; nerve or ligament;

[LIGAMEN] : string, thread.

[LIGAMENTUM, LIGAMENTI] : N bandage;

[LIGATIO] : imprisonment, bondage, captivity, servitude.

[LIGER, LIGERIS] : N liger; the loire, river in western gaul;

[LIGNARIUS, LIGNARI(I)] : N carpenter; timber merchant;

[LIGNARIUS] : carpenter.

[LIGNATIO, LIGNATIONIS] : N getting/collecting firewood;

[LIGNATOR, LIGNATORIS] : N one who collects firewood;

[LIGNATOR] : wood-cutter.

[LIGNEOLUS, LIGNEOLA, LIGNEOLUM] : ADJ wooden;

[LIGNEUS, LIGNEA, LIGNEUM] : ADJ wooden, of wood;

[LIGNOR, LIGNARI, -, LIGNATUS SUM] : V collect firewood;

[LIGNUM, LIGNI] : N wood; firewood; timber; 'stump'; gallows/cross; tree of the cross; staves (pl.);

[LIGO, LIGARE, LIGAVI, LIGATUS] : V bind, tie, fasten; unite;

[LIGO, LIGONIS] : N mattock; hoe;

[LIGO] : to bind, tie.

[LIGULA, LIGULAE] : N shoe strap/tie; (ligulas dimittere => leave untied);

[LIGURIO, LIGURIRE, LIGURIVI, LIGURITUS] : V lick, lick up;

[LIGURIUS, LIGURII] : N ligurius/precious gem; hard transparent gem, tourmaline? (l+s); amber (old);

[LIGURRIO, LIGURRIRE, LIGURRIVI, LIGURRITUS] : V lick, lick up;

[LIGUSTRUM, LIGUSTRI] : N privet, white-flowered shrub;

[LIGYRIUS, LIGYRII] : N ligurius/precious gem; hard transparent gem, tourmaline? (l+s); amber (old);

[LILIUM, LILI(I)] : N lily; 'lily' trap;

[LIMA, LIMAE] : N file (carpenter's); polishing/revision (of a literary work);

[LIMA] : file, polishing, revision.

[LIMATULUS, LIMATULA, LIMATULUM] : ADJ rather polished, refined;

[LIMBUS, LIMBI] : N border, edge; ornamental border of a robe;

[LIMBUS] : band, girdle.

[LIMEN LIMINA] : threshold.

[LIMEN, LIMINIS] : N threshold, entrance; lintel; house;

[LIMEN] : limina ; threshold.

[LIMES, LIMITIS] : N path, track; limit; strip of uncultivated ground marking boundary;

[LIMES] : border, frontier.

[LIMINO, LIMINARE, LIMINAVI, LIMINATUS] : V illuminate, light up;

[LIMITO] : bound.

[LIMO, LIMARE, LIMAVI, LIMATUS] : V file; polish; file down; detract gradually from;

[LIMOSUS, LIMOSA, LIMOSUM] : ADJ miry, muddy;

[LIMPIDUS, LIMPIDA -UM, LIMPIDIOR -OR -US, LIMPIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ clear;

[LIMUS, LIMA, LIMUM] : ADJ sidelong, sideways; askew, aslant; askance;

[LIMUS, LIMI] : N apron crossed with purple, worn by attendants at sacrifice;

[LIMUS, LIMI] : N mud, mire; slime; filth, pollution;

[LIMUS] : mud.

[LINEA, LINEAE] : N string, line (plumb/fishing); (alba ~ => white line at end of race course);

[LINEAMENTUM, LINEAMENTI] : N line; outlines (pl.), features;

[LINEO, LINERE, LINUI, LINITUS] : V smear, plaster (with); seal (wine jar); erase/rub over; befoul; cover/overlay;

[LINEUS, LINEA, LINEUM] : ADJ made of flax or linen;

[LINGO, LINGERE, LINXI, LINCTUS] : V lick; lick up (l+s);

[LINGON, LINGONIS] : N lingones (pl.), a people of w cen. gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[LINGUA, LINGUAE] : N tongue; speech, language; dialect;

[LINGUA] : language, tongue, speech.

[LINGULA, LINGULAE] : N tongue of land;

[LINGULACA, LINGULACAE] : N chatterbox;

[LINIGER, LINIGERA, LINIGERUM] : ADJ wearing linen;

[LINIO, LINIRE, LINIVI, LINITUS] : V smear, plaster (with); seal (wine jar); erase/rub over; befoul; cover/overlay;

[LINIO] : to besmear.

[LINO, LINERE, LEVI, LITUS] : V smear, plaster (with); seal (wine jar); erase/rub over; befoul; cover/overlay;

[LINO] : to smear, befoul, dirty.

[LINODRIOS] : germander (Greek) Dioscorides; A. Souter p.233

[LINQUO, LINQUERE, LINQUI, LICTUS] : V leave, quit, forsake; abandon, desist from; allow to remain in place; bequeath;

[LINQUO] : to forsake.

[LINTEAMEN, LINTEAMINIS] : N linen cloth;

[LINTEATUS, LINTEATA, LINTEATUM] : ADJ clothed in linen;

[LINTER, LINTRIS] : N boat, skiff, small light boat; trough, vat;

[LINTEUM, LINTEI] : N linen cloth; linen; sail; napkin; awning;

[LINTEUM] : linnen, napkin.

[LINTEUS, LINTEA, LINTEUM] : ADJ linen, of linen;

[LINUM, LINI] : N flax, linen cloth/thread; rope; fishing line; (hunter's/fisher's) net;

[LIPPIO, LIPPIRE,] : V to have sore eyes, be bleary-eyed;

[LIPPUS, LIPPA, LIPPUM] : ADJ having watery or inflamed eyes;

[LIQUAMEN, LIQUAMINIS] : N fluid, liquid; (esp. fish sauce/garum); liquid mixture (l+s); lye (late);

[LIQUAMENTUM, LIQUAMENTI] : N mixture; concoction;

[LIQUATIO, LIQUATIONIS] : N melting;

[LIQUEFACIO, LIQUEFACERE, LIQUEFECI, LIQUEFACTUS] : V melt, dissolve; make (melody) clear and sweet (liquid);

[LIQUEFIO, LIQUEFIERI, -, LIQUEFACTUS SUM] : V melt, dissolve; make (melody) clear and sweet (liquid);

[LIQUEO, LIQUERE, LIQUI] : V be in molten/liquid state; be clear to a person; be evident;

[LIQUEO, LIQUERE, LICUI] : V be in molten/liquid state; be clear to a person; be evident;

[LIQUESCO, LIQUESCERE,] : V become liquid/fluid, melt, liquify; decompose, putrefy; grow soft/effeminate;

[LIQUET, LIQUERE, LIQUIT] : V it is proven, guilt is established; (non ~ => not proven as a verdict, n.l.);

[LIQUIDUS, LIQUIDA -UM, LIQUIDIOR -OR -US, LIQUIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ clear, limpid, pure, unmixed; liquid; flowing, without interruption; smooth;

[LIQUIDUS] : fluid, flowing, liquid / clear, evident, certain.

[LIQUIDUS] : fluid, flowing, liquid/ clear, evident, certain.

[LIQUIDUS] : limpid, liquid.

[LIQUO, LIQUARE, LIQUAVI, LIQUATUS] : V melt; strain;

[LIQUOR, LIQUI,] : V become liquid, melt away; dissolve (into tears); waste away; flow;

[LIQUOR, LIQUORIS] : N fluid, liquid;

[LIQUOR] : fluid.

[LIS, LITIS] : N lawsuit; quarrel;

[LITAVICCUS, LITAVICCI] : N litaviccus, a aedui gaul, led forces against caesar;

[LITERA, LITERAE] : N letter (alphabet); (pl.) letter, epistle; literature, books, records, account;

[LITIGATIO] : dispute.

[LITIGATOR, LITIGATORIS] : N litigant, one engaged in a lawsuit;

[LITIGIOSUS, LITIGIOSA, LITIGIOSUM] : ADJ quarrelsome, contentions;

[LITIGIOSUS] : contentious.

[LITIGO, LITIGARE, LITIGAVI, LITIGATUS] : V quarrel; go to law;

[LITIGO] : to

[LITIGO] : to quarrel, dispute.

[LITIS] : dispute, contention, fight, battle, fracas.

[LITO, LITARE, LITAVI, LITATUS] : V obtain/give favorable omens from sacrifice; make (acceptable) offering (to);

[LITO] : to propitiate.

[LITOREUS, LITOREA, LITOREUM] : ADJ of the seashore;

[LITTERA, LITTERAE] : N letter (alphabet); (pl.) letter, epistle; literature, books, records, account;

[LITTERA] : letter (of the alphabet).

[LITTERAE] : (pl.) letter, epistle, missive, note/ literature.

[LITTERAE] : (pl.) letter, epistle, missive, note / literature.

[LITTERARIUS, LITTERARIA, LITTERARIUM] : ADJ literary; pertaining to writing; (ludus litterarius => an elementary school);

[LITTERATOR, LITTERATORIS] : N elementary schoolmaster, one who teaches the elements; (often disparagingly);

[LITTERATURA, LITTERATURAE] : N alphabet, grammar;

[LITTERATUS, LITTERATA, LITTERATUM] : ADJ learned; cultured;

[LITTERULA, LITTERULAE] : N letter of the alphabet written small; little letters (pl.);

[LITURA, LITURAE] : N correction; erasure; blot, smear;

[LITUS, LITORIS] : N shore, seashore, beach, coast, river bank;

[LITUUS, LITUI] : N curved staff carried by augurs; a kind of war-trumpet curved at one end;

[LIVEO, LIVERE,] : V be livid or discolored; be envious;

[LIVIDULUS, LIVIDULA, LIVIDULUM] : ADJ rather envious;

[LIVIDUS, LIVIDA, LIVIDUM] : ADJ livid, slate-colored; discolored by bruises; envious, spiteful;

[LIVOR, LIVORIS] : N bluish discoloration (produced by bruising, etc); envy, spite;

[LIVOR] : black and blue mark, malice, chastisement/ punishment, bruises.

[LIXA, LIXAE] : N camp-follower;

[LOCATIO, LOCATIONIS] : N renting, hiring out or letting (of property);

[LOCATOR, LOCATORIS] : N lessor, who lets out property; one who gives a contract; jobmaster (erasmus);

[LOCATORIUS, LOCATORIA, LOCATORIUM] : ADJ concerned with leases;

[LOCI] : (pl.) passages in literary works.

[LOCO, LOCARE, ADDITIONAL, FORMS] : V place, put, station; arrange; contract (for); farm out (taxes) on contract;

[LOCO, LOCARE, LOCAVI, LOCATUS] : V place, put, station; arrange; contract (for); farm out (taxes) on contract;

[LOCO] : ADV for, in the place of, instead of;

[LOCO] : to assign, allot, grant, hire.

[LOCO] : to place, put, position.

[LOCULAMENTUM, LOCULAMENTI] : N compartment; case; receptacle for holding things;

[LOCULATUS, LOCULATA, LOCULATUM] : ADJ compartmented, divided into compartments/cells;

[LOCULOSUS, LOCULOSA, LOCULOSUM] : ADJ compartmented, divided into compartments/cells;

[LOCULUS, LOCULI] : N compartmented box (pl.), money-box; school satchel, case for writing material;

[LOCULUS, LOCULI] : N spot, little/small place; compartment/pigeon-hole; coffin, bier (vulgate);

[LOCUM, LOCI] : N place, territory/locality/neighborhood/region; position/point; aim point; site;

[LOCUM, LOCI] : N region, places (pl.); places connected with each other;

[LOCUM, LOCI] : N seat, rank, position; soldier's post; quarters; category; passage in book, topic

[LOCUPLES, LOCUPLETIS (GEN.), LOCUPLETIOR -OR -US, LOCUPLETISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ substantial, opulent, wealthy; rich in lands; rich, richly provided; trusty;

[LOCUPLES] : opulent.

[LOCUPLETATUS] : enriched, endowed.

[LOCUPLETO, LOCUPLETARE, LOCUPLETAVI, LOCUPLETATUS] : V enrich;

[LOCUPLETO] : to enrich, make wealthy.

[LOCUS ENIM EST PRINCIPUM GENERATIONIS RERUM. ] : PHRASE For place is the origin of things.

[LOCUS, LOCI] : N part of the body; female genitals (pl.); grounds of proof;

[LOCUS, LOCI] : N place, territory/locality/neighborhood/region; position/point; aim point; site;

[LOCUS, LOCI] : N seat, rank, position; soldier's post; quarters; category; passage in book, topic

[LOCUS] : place, location, situation, spot.

[LOCUSTA, LOCUSTAE] : N locust; crustacean, lobster(?) (w/marina/maris);

[LOCUTIO, LOCUTIONIS] : N speech, act of speaking; style of speaking; phrase/expression; pronunciation;

[LODIX, LODICIS] : N blanket, rug;

[LOGICUM, LOGICI] : N logic (pl.);

[LOGICUS, LOGICA, LOGICUM] : ADJ logical;

[LOGINQUITAS] : distance, remoteness, isolation.

[LOGION, LOGII] : N breastplate (oracular); priestly breastplate/pectoral; (of jewish high priest);

[LOGIUM, LOGII] : N breastplate (oracular); priestly breastplate/pectoral; (of jewish high priest);

[LOGOS, LOGI] : N word; mere words (pl.), joke, jest, bon mot;

[LOGUS, LOGI] : N word; mere words (pl.), joke, jest, bon mot;

[LOLIUM, LOLI(I)] : N a grass found as a weed in corn, darner;

[LOLLIGO, LOLLIGINIS] : N cuttle-fish;

[LOMENTUM, LOMENTI] : N face-cream;

[LONDINUM, LONDINI] : N london;

[LONDONIUM, LONDONI(I)] : N london;

[LONGAEVITAS, LONGAEVITATIS] : N long life; (erasmus);

[LONGAEVUS, LONGAEVA, LONGAEVUM] : ADJ aged; of great age, ancient;

[LONGAMINUS] : patient.

[LONGANIMIS, LONGANIMIS, LONGANIME] : ADJ patient, longsuffering;

[LONGANIMITAS, LONGANIMITATIS] : N patience, forebearance, longsuffering;

[LONGANIMITER] : ADV patiently, with forebearance/longsuffering;

[LONGE LATEQUE] : far and wide.

[LONGE, LONGIUS, LONGISSIME] : ADV far (off), distant, a long way; by far; for a long while, far (in future/past);

[LONGE] : far.

[LONGINQUE, LONGINQUIUS, LONGINQUISSIME] : ADV far/long way (off), distant, at a distance; for a long while; longwindedly;

[LONGINQUITAS, LONGINQUITATIS] : N distance, length, duration; remoteness;

[LONGINQUO, LONGINQUARE, LONGINQUAVI, LONGINQUATUS] : V put far off, remove to a distance; put far away from (souter);

[LONGINQUO] : ADV far/long way (off), distant, at a distance; for/after a long while/interval;

[LONGINQUOM] : ADV far/long way (off), distant, at a distance; for/after a long while/interval;

[LONGINQUUS, LONGINQUA, LONGINQUUM] : ADJ remote, distant, far off; lasting, of long duration;

[LONGINQUUS] : remote, prolonged.

[LONGITUDO, LONGITUDINIS] : N length;

[LONGITUDO] : length.

[LONGITURNITAS, LONGITURNITATIS] : N duration; length of days (vulgate);

[LONGITURNUS, LONGITURNA, LONGITURNUM] : ADJ long, of long duration; many (days) (vulgate);

[LONGULE] : ADV rather far, at a little distance>

[LONGULUS, LONGULA, LONGULUM] : ADJ rather long;

[LONGUM ITER EST PER PRAECEPTA, BREVE ET EFFICAX PER EXEMPLA. ] : PHRASE The way is made long through rules, but short and effective through examples.

[LONGURIUM, LONGURI(I)] : N a long pole;

[LONGURIUS, LONGURI(I)] : N long pole;

[LONGUS, LONGA -UM, LONGIOR -OR -US, LONGISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ long; tall; tedious, taking long time; boundless; far; of specific length/time;

[LONGUS] : long

[LONGUS] : long.

[LOQUACITAS, LOQUACITATIS] : N talkativeness;

[LOQUACITAS] : eloquence.

[LOQUACULUS, LOQUACULA, LOQUACULUM] : ADJ rather talkative;

[LOQUAX, (GEN.), LOQUACIS] : ADJ talkative, loquacious;

[LOQUAX] : loquacis ; talkative, loquacious, garrulous.

[LOQUELA, LOQUELAE] : N speech, utterance;

[LOQUELLA, LOQUELLAE] : N speech, utterance;

[LOQUOR, LOQUI, -, LOCUTUS SUM] : V speak, tell; talk; mention; say, utter; phrase;

[LOQUOR] : locutus ; to say, speak, tell, declare.

[LORAMENTUM, LORAMENTI] : N strap;

[LORATUS, LORATA, LORATUM] : ADJ bound with thongs;

[LORICA, LORICAE] : N coat of mail; breastwork, parapet, fortification;

[LORICA] : hauberk

[LORICA] : leather cuirass.

[LORICATUS, LORICATA, LORICATUM] : ADJ wearing a cuirass;

[LORICATUS] : wearing armor, armored.

[LORIPES, (GEN.), LORIPEDIS] : ADJ bandy-legged;

[LORUM, LORI] : N leather strap, thong; shoe strap; rawhide whip; dog leash; reins (usu. pl.);

[LORUM] : thong.

[LORUS, LORI] : N leather strap, thong; shoe strap; rawhide whip; dog leash; reins (usu. pl.);

[LOTIUM, LOTI(I)] : N urine; (liquid for washing - urine used for bleaching); (rude/veterinary);

[LOTOS, LOTI] : N lotus, flower of forgetfulness; water lily; trefoil; nettle-tree, pipe from it;

[LOTUS, LOTA -UM, LOTIOR -OR -US, LOTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ elegant, fashionable; sumptuous/luxurious; fine, well turned out; washed/clean;

[LOTUS, LOTI] : N lotus, flower of forgetfulness; water lily; trefoil; nettle-tree, pipe from it;

[LOUS, LOI] : N lotus plant; nettle plant;

[LUBENS, LUBENTIS (GEN.), LUBENTIOR -OR -US, LUBENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ willing, cheerful; glad, pleased;

[LUBENTER, LUBENTIUS, LUBENTISSIME] : ADV willingly; gladly, with pleasure;

[LUBET, LUBERE, LUBIT] : V it pleases/is pleasing/agreeable; please/want/feel like; (w/qui => no matter);

[LUBIDINOR, LUBIDINARI, -, LUBIDINATUS SUM] : V gratify/indulge lust/passion;

[LUBRICO, LUBRICARE, LUBRICAVI, LUBRICATUS] : V make slippery; slip (especially morally) (souter); render uncertain;

[LUBRICOR, LUBRICARI, -, LUBRICATUS SUM] : V slip (morally);

[LUBRICOSUS, LUBRICOSA, LUBRICOSUM] : ADJ sticky; clayey;

[LUBRICUS, LUBRICA, LUBRICUM] : ADJ slippery; sinuous; inconstant; hazardous, ticklish; deceitful;

[LUBRICUS] : oily, slippery, slick.

[LUCAS, LUCAE] : N luke;

[LUCELLUM, LUCELLI] : N small or petty gain;

[LUCEO, LUCERE, LUXI] : V shine; be clear; be apparent/conspicuous; lucet -> it is light; become light;

[LUCERNA, LUCERNAE] : N oil lamp; midnight oil;

[LUCERNA] : lamp.

[LUCESCO, LUCESCERE,] : V begin to shine, grow light;

[LUCIDUS, LUCIDA, LUCIDUM] : ADJ bright, shining; clear;

[LUCIDUS] : -a-um, shining, bright, clear.

[LUCIFER, LUCIFERA, LUCIFERUM] : ADJ light bringing;

[LUCIFER, LUCIFERI] : N morning star, day star, planet venus; bringer of light;

[LUCIFER, LUCIFERI] : N lucifer, satan;

[LUCIFUGUS, LUCIFUGA, LUCIFUGUM] : ADJ avoiding the light of day;

[LUCINA, LUCINAE] : N goddess of childbirth; childbirth;

[LUCINARIA] : lamp.

[LUCIUS, LUCI] : N lucius, roman praenomen; abbreviated l.;

[LUCRIFACIO, LUCRIFACERE,] : V to gain, receive as profit;

[LUCROR, LUCRARI, -, LUCRATUS SUM] : V gain, win; make a profit (out of );

[LUCROR] : to gain, profit, win.

[LUCROSUS, LUCROSA, LUCROSUM] : ADJ gainful, lucrative;

[LUCROSUS] : profitable, gainful.

[LUCRUM, LUCRI] : N gain, profit; avarice;

[LUCRUM] : gain, profit.

[LUCTAMEN, LUCTAMINIS] : N struggling, exertion;

[LUCTATOR, LUCTATORIS] : N wrestler;

[LUCTIFICUS, LUCTIFICA, LUCTIFICUM] : ADJ dire, calamitous;

[LUCTISONUS, LUCTISONA, LUCTISONUM] : ADJ sad-sounding;

[LUCTISONUS] : sad-sounding, mournful, baleful.

[LUCTOR, LUCTARI, -, LUCTATUS SUM] : V wrestle; struggle; fight (against);

[LUCTUOSA] : feeling sorrowful.

[LUCTUOSUS, LUCTUOSA, LUCTUOSUM] : ADJ mournful; grievous;

[LUCTUS, LUCTUS] : N grief, sorrow, lamentation, mourning; cause of grief;

[LUCTUS] : lamentation, mourning, grief.

[LUCUBRO, LUCUBRARE, LUCUBRAVI, LUCUBRATUS] : V work by lamp-light, 'burn the midnight oil'; make or produce at night;

[LUCULENTA] : splendid.

[LUCULENTUS, LUCULENTA, LUCULENTUM] : ADJ shining, bright, brilliant, splendid;

[LUCULENUS, LUCULENA, LUCULENUM] : ADJ excellent; fine; beautiful;

[LUCUS A NON LUCENDO. ] : PHRASE A grove is so called because it doesn't glow.

[LUCUS, LUCI] : N grove; sacred grove;

[LUCUS] : thicket.

[LUCUSTA, LUCUSTAE] : N locust; crustacean, lobster(?) (w/marina/maris);

[LUDIBRIUM, LUDIBRI(I)] : N mockery; laughingstock;

[LUDIBUNDUS, LUDIBUNDA, LUDIBUNDUM] : ADJ having fun; cares free;

[LUDICER, LUDICERA, LUDICERUM] : ADJ connected with sport or the stage;

[LUDICER] : playful

[LUDICRUM, LUDICRI] : N stage play; show; source of fun, plaything;

[LUDICRUM] : game.

[LUDICRUS, LUDICRA, LUDICRUM] : ADJ connected with sport or the stage;

[LUDIFICATIO, LUDIFICATIONIS] : N mockery;

[LUDIFICO, LUDIFICARE, LUDIFICAVI, LUDIFICATUS] : V make fun/sport of, treat as a plaything; trifle with;

[LUDIFICOR, LUDIFICARI, -, LUDIFICATUS SUM] : V make fun/sport of, treat as a plaything; trifle with;

[LUDIO, LUDIONIS] : N dancer; stage performer;

[LUDIO] : ludius ; actor, player.

[LUDIO] : ludius ; actor, player

[LUDIUS, LUDI(I)] : N dancer; stage performer;

[LUDO, LUDERE, LUSI, LUSUS] : V play, mock, tease, trick;

[LUDO] : lusi l ; usum ; to play, sport/ imitate, banter/ delude, deceive.

[LUDO] : lusi l ; usum ; to play, sport / imitate, banter / delude, deceive.

[LUDUS, LUDI] : N game, play, sport, pastime, entertainment, fun; school, elementary school;

[LUDUS] : game, sport, school.

[LUELLA, LUELLAE] : N expiation;

[LUES, LUIS] : N plague, pestilence; scourge, affliction;

[LUES] : plague, pestilence, calamity.

[LUGDUNUM, LUGDUNI] : N lyons in france; leyden (-batava) in belgium;

[LUGEO, LUGERE, LUXI] : V mourn, lament; be in morning;

[LUGEO] : to mourn, be in mourning, grieve/(tans,) to lament, bewail.

[LUGEO] : to mourn, be in mourning, grieve/ (tans,) to lament, bewail.

[LUGUBRIS, LUGUBRIS, LUGUBRE] : ADJ mourning; mournful; grievous;

[LUGUBRIS] : mournful.

[LUMBARE, LUMBARIS] : N apron/girdle for the loins; loin-cloth (souter);

[LUMBARE, LUMBARIS] : N apron for the loins; loin cloth (souter);

[LUMBARIUM, LUMBARII] : N loin-cloth;

[LUMBUS, LUMBI] : N the loins; the loins as the seat of sexual excitement;

[LUMEMULIUM] : (?)pounded thorn

[LUMEN, LUMINIS] : N light; lamp, torch; eye (of a person); life; day, daylight;

[LUMEN] : light, lamp, lantern / light of day / the eye / clearness / understanding.

[LUMEN] : light, lamp, lantern/ light of day.

[LUMEN] : the eye/ clearness/ understanding.

[LUMINARE, LUMINARIS] : N window-shutter, window;

[LUMINARE] : luminaris ; window shutter.

[LUMINARIUM] : light, lamp.

[LUMINO, LUMINARE, LUMINAVI, LUMINATUS] : V illuminate, give light to; light up; reveal/throw light on; brighten (w/color);

[LUMINOSUS, LUMINOSA, LUMINOSUM] : ADJ bright;

[LUMINOSUS] : bright.

[LUNA, LUNAE] : N the moon; month;

[LUNA] : moon.

[LUNARIS, LUNARIS, LUNARE] : ADJ lunar; pertaining to the moon;

[LUNATUS, LUNATA, LUNATUM] : ADJ crescent-shaped;

[LUNATUS] : crescent-shaped.

[LUNO, LUNARE, LUNAVI, LUNATUS] : V make crescent-shaped, curve;

[LUO, LUERE, LUI, LUITUS] : V pay; atone for; (poenam luere => to suffer punishment);

[LUO, LUERE, LUI, LUTUS] : V pay, redeem; free; pay fine, compensate; atone; poenam l~ => suffer punishment;

[LUO] : to undergo.

[LUPA, LUPAE] : N she-wolf; prostitute;

[LUPANAR, LUPANARIS] : N brothel;

[LUPATRIA, LUPATRIAE] : N term of abuse for a woman;

[LUPATUM, LUPATI] : N jagged toothed bit (pl.); club armed with sharp teeth;

[LUPATUS, LUPATA, LUPATUM] : ADJ furnished with jagged/wolf's teeth/sharp points;

[LUPERCAL, LUPERCALIS] : N grotto on palatine hill sacred to lycean pan; fertility festival of lycean pan;

[LUPERCUS, LUPERCI] : N protector against wolves (pan); priest in lycean fertility festival (15 feb);

[LUPINUS, LUPINA, LUPINUM] : ADJ of or belonging to a wolf; made of wolf-skin;

[LUPIO, LUPIRE, LUPIVI, LUPITUS] : V cry, utter the natural cry of the kite;

[LUPUS IN FABULA ] : PHRASE The wolf in the tale (i.e. speak of the wolf, and he will come)

[LUPUS, LUPI] : N wolf; grappling iron;

[LUPUS] : wolf.

[LURIDUS, LURIDA, LURIDUM] : ADJ sallow, wan, ghastly;

[LUROR, LURORIS] : N ghastliness, paleness;

[LUSCINIA, LUSCINIAE] : N nightingale;

[LUSCIOSUS, LUSCIOSA, LUSCIOSUM] : ADJ purblind, dim-sighted;

[LUSCITIOSUS, LUSCITIOSA, LUSCITIOSUM] : ADJ purblind, dim-sighted;

[LUSCUS, LUSCA, LUSCUM] : ADJ one-eyed;

[LUSITO, LUSITARE, LUSITAVI, LUSITATUS] : V amuse oneself; play (often); play sport (erasmus);

[LUSOR, LUSORIS] : N player; tease; one who treats (of a subject) lightly;

[LUSTRAGO] : holy vervain

[LUSTRALIS, LUSTRALIS, LUSTRALE] : ADJ relating to purification; serving to avert evil;

[LUSTRO, LUSTRARE, LUSTRAVI, LUSTRATUS] : V purify, cleanse by sacrifice; illuminate; circle around a person;

[LUSTRO, LUSTRARE, LUSTRAVI, LUSTRATUS] : V review, inspect, look around, seek; move over/through;

[LUSTRO, LUSTRONIS] : N frequenter of brothels and similar haunts;

[LUSTRO] : to survey, encircle.

[LUSTROR, LUSTRARI, -, LUSTRATUS SUM] : V haunt brothels;

[LUSTRUM, LUSTRI] : N purificatory ceremony; period of five years;

[LUSTRUM, LUSTRI] : N slough, bog; forest, wilderness; haunt of wild beasts;

[LUSTRUM, LUSTRI] : N den (pl.) of vice, place of debauchery; brothel;

[LUSUS, LUSUS] : N play; game, sport; amusement; amorous sport;

[LUTEOLUS, LUTEOLA, LUTEOLUM] : ADJ yellow;

[LUTER, LUTERIS] : N hand basin, laver; washing or bath tub (souter); laver (vulgate);

[LUTETIA, LUTETIAE] : N paris; (city in gaul/france);

[LUTEUS, LUTEA, LUTEUM] : ADJ yellow; saffron; of mud or clay; good for nothing;

[LUTOSENSIS] : Leuze.

[LUTOSUS] : miry.

[LUTULENTUS, LUTULENTA, LUTULENTUM] : ADJ muddy; turbid; dirty; morally polluted;

[LUTUM, LUTI] : N yellow dye, any yellow color; mud, clay, dirt;

[LUX LUCIS] : light.

[LUX, LUCIS] : N light, daylight, light of day; (prima luce => at daybreak); life; world; day;

[LUXURIA, LUXURIAE] : N luxury; extravagance; thriving condition;

[LUXURIA] : luxury, extravagance, opulence.

[LUXURIES, LUXURIEI] : N luxury, extravagance, thriving condition;

[LUXURIO, LUXURIARE, LUXURIAVI, LUXURIATUS] : V grow luxuriantly/rank; luxuriate; frisk/gambol; revel/run riot; indulge oneself;

[LUXURIOR, LUXURIARI, -, LUXURIATUS SUM] : V grow luxuriantly/rank; luxuriate; frisk/gambol; revel/run riot; indulge oneself;

[LUXURIOSUS, LUXURIOSA, LUXURIOSUM] : ADJ luxuriant, exuberant; immoderate; wanton, luxurious, self-indulgent;

[LUXUS, LUXUS] : N luxury, soft living; sumptuousness;

[LUXUS] : debauchery, extravagance.

[LYCAONIA, LYCAONIAE] : N lycaonia (district in southern asia minor between galatia and cilicia);

[LYCAONICE] : ADV in the dialect of lycaonia (district in southern asia minor), in lycaonian;;

[LYCAONIUS, LYCAONIA, LYCAONIUM] : ADJ lycaonian, inhabitant of lycaonia (district in southern asia minor);

[LYCHNUCHUS, LYCHNUCHI] : N lampholder; lamp stand;

[LYCHNUS, LYCHNI] : N lamp (esp. one hung from the ceiling);

[LYMPHA, LYMPHAE] : N water; water-nymph;

[LYMPHANS, (GEN.), LYMPHANTIS] : ADJ frenzied, frantic; distracted; deranged, crazy;

[LYMPHATICUS, LYMPHATICA, LYMPHATICUM] : ADJ frenzied;

[LYMPHATUS, LYMPHATA, LYMPHATUM] : ADJ frenzied, frantic; distracted; deranged, crazy;

[LYMPHATUS, LYMPHATUS] : N frenzy, madness;

[LYMPHO, LYMPHARE, LYMPHAVI, LYMPHATUS] : V derange, drive crazy; (pass) be in state of frenzy;

[LYNCURION, LYNCURII] : N ligurius/precious gem; hard transparent gem, tourmaline? (l+s); amber (old);

[LYNCURIUM, LYNCURII] : N ligurius/precious gem; hard transparent gem, tourmaline? (l+s); amber (old);

[LYNX, LYNCIS] : N lynx;

[LYRA, LYRAE] : N lyre; lyric poetry; lyre (constellation);

[LYRICUS, LYRICA, LYRICUM] : ADJ lyric;

[LYTRUM, LYTRI] : N ransom (pl.); W:

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