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[M, ABB.] : N manius, roman praenomen; abbreviated m'.;

[M, ABB.] : N marcus, roman praenomen; abbreviated m.;

[MACARINTE] : rosemary

[MACEDO, MACEDONIS] : N macedonian, one from macedonia; macedonia, the territory; men macedonian armed;

[MACEDONIA, MACEDONIAE] : N macedonia;

[MACEDONICUS, MACEDONICA, MACEDONICUM] : ADJ macedonian, of/from/belonging to macedonia;

[MACEDONIENIS, MACEDONIENIS, MACEDONIENE] : ADJ macedonian, of/from/belonging to macedonia;

[MACEDONIUS, MACEDONIA, MACEDONIUM] : ADJ macedonian, of/from/belonging to macedonia;

[MACELLARIUS] : butcher, slaughter-house.

[MACELLUM, MACELLI] : N provision-market;

[MACER, MACRA -UM, MACRIOR -OR -US, MACERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ thin (men, animals, plants), scraggy, lean, small, meager; thin (soil), poor;

[MACER] : thin, lean.

[MACERIA, MACERIAE] : N wall (of brick/stone); (esp. one enclosing a garden);

[MACERIES, MACERIEI] : N wall (of brick/stone); (esp. one enclosing a garden);

[MACERO, MACERARE, MACERAVI, MACERATUS] : V make wet/soft, soak/steep/bathe; soften; wear down, exhaust; worry, annoy/vex;

[MACERO] : to soften, weaken, reduce, torment.

[MACESCO, MACESCERE,] : V become thin, grow lean, becone meager/poor; wither/shrivel (of fruit);

[MACHAERA, MACHAERAE] : N single-edged sword; persian or arab sword (late); weapon;

[MACHINA, MACHINAE] : N machine; siege engine; scheme;

[MACHINAMENTUM, MACHINAMENTI] : N siege-engine;

[MACHINATIO, MACHINATIONIS] : N machine; engine (of war), mechanism, contrivance, artifice; trick, device;

[MACHINATOR, MACHINATORIS] : N engineer, one who devises/constructs machines; contriver of plots/events;

[MACHINOR, MACHINARI, -, MACHINATUS SUM] : V devise; plot;

[MACIES, MACIEI] : N leanness, meagerness; poverty;

[MACIES] : thiness, gauntness/ poverty barrenness.

[MACIES] : thiness, gauntness / poverty barrenness

[MACILENTUS, MACILENTA -UM, MACILENTIOR -OR -US, MACILENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ thin, lean; meager (l+s);

[MACILENTUS] : lean, thin, skinny.

[MACRESCO, MACRESCERE,] : V become thin, waste away;

[MACRESCO] : to become lean, skinny, thin.

[MACROCOLLUM, MACROCOLLI] : N paper of the largest size;

[MACROCOSMUS, MACROCOSMI] : N macrocosm; external universe;

[MACROLOGUS, MACROLOGI] : N great speaker;

[MACRONOSIA, MACRONOSIAE] : N prolonged illness;

[MACRONOZIA, MACRONOZIAE] : N prolonged illness;

[MACTABILIS] : deadly, lethal.

[MACTATOR, MACTATORIS] : N slaughterer, one who slaughters/kills;

[MACTE, UNDECLINED] : ADJ well done! good! bravo! (voc of mactus, n implied) (macte s, macti p);

[MACTI, UNDECLINED] : ADJ well done! good! bravo! (voc of mactus, n implied) (macte s, macti p);

[MACTO, MACTARE, MACTAVI, MACTATUS] : V magnify, honor; sacrifice; slaughter, destroy;

[MACTO] : to magnify, glorify, honor / slay, fight, punish, afflict.

[MACTO] : to magnify, glorify, honor/ slay, fight, punish, afflict.

[MACTUS, MACTA, MACTUM] : ADJ of the gods, worshiped, honored;

[MACULA, MACULAE] : N spot, stain, blemish; dishonor; mesh in a net;

[MACULA] : stain, mark, spot/ blemish, fault, flaw.

[MACULO, MACULARE, MACULAVI, MACULATUS] : V spot; pollute; dishonor, taint;

[MACULO] : to stain, blemish, defile, pollute.

[MACULOSUS, MACULOSA, MACULOSUM] : ADJ spotted; disreputable;

[MACULOSUS] : spotted, speckled, poluted.

[MADEFACIO, MADEFACERE, MADEFECI, MADEFACTUS] : V make wet; soak;

[MADEFACTUS, MADEFACTA, MADEFACTUM] : ADJ wet, soaked, stained;

[MADEFIO, MADEFIERI, -, MADEFACTUS SUM] : V be moistened, be made wet;

[MADEO, MADERE, MADUI] : V be wet (w/tears/perspiration), be dripping/sodden;

[MADESCO, MADESCERE, MADUI] : V become wet/moist;

[MADESCO] : to get wet.

[MADIANITIS, (GEN.), MADIANITIDIS] : ADJ madianite/midianite, of/from madian/midian; madianitish;

[MADIANITIS, MADIANITOS/IS] : N C madianite/midianite, person from madian/midian;

[MADIDE] : ADV so as to be dripping/sodden/drenched/thoroughly wet; drunkenly;

[MADIDE] : drunkenly.

[MADIDUS, MADIDA, MADIDUM] : ADJ wet, moist; dripping, juicy; sodden, drenched; drunk, tipsy; steeped in;

[MADIDUS] : wet, moist, soaked, boiled, soft, drunk, dyed, steeped.

[MADOR MAERO] : to grieve, sorrow.

[MAEANDER, MAEANDRI] : N wavy line; river famous for winding path; roundabout ways/twists/turnings (pl.);

[MAENA, MAENAE] : N small sea-fish;

[MAENAS, MAENADIS] : N bacchante, female votary of bacchus; inspired/frenzied woman;

[MAENAS, MAENADOS/IS] : N bacchante, female votary of bacchus; inspired/frenzied woman;

[MAEREO, MAERERE,] : V grieve, be sad, mourn; bewail/mourn for/lament; utter mournfully;

[MAEROR MEROR] : mourning, grief, sorrow.

[MAEROR, MAERORIS] : N grief, sorrow, sadness; mourning;

[MAESTITIA, MAESTITIAE] : N sadness, grief;

[MAESTUS, MAESTA, MAESTUM] : ADJ sad, gloomy;

[MAESUS, MAESA, MAESUM] : ADJ sad, melancholy; gloomy woeful, distressing;

[MAGALIA] : little tents.

[MAGDALENA, MAGDALENAE] : N magdalen;

[MAGICUS, MAGICA, MAGICUM] : ADJ magic, magical;

[MAGIS] : ADV COMP to a greater extent, more nearly; rather, instead; more; forms comp of an adj;

[MAGIS] : more, to a greater extent, rather, for preference

[MAGIS] : more, to a greater extent, rather, for preference.

[MAGISTER, MAGISTRI] : N teacher, tutor, master, expert, chief; pilot of a ship; rabbi;

[MAGISTER] : instructor, teacher, schoolmaster.

[MAGISTER] : master, canon/ master of a school, professor.

[MAGISTER] : master, canon / master of a school, professor.

[MAGISTERIUM, MAGISTERI(I)] : N office of a president; instruction;

[MAGISTRA, MAGISTRAE] : N instructress;

[MAGISTRATUS, MAGISTRATUS] : N magistracy, civil office; office; magistrate, functionary;

[MAGNA VIS VERITATIS QUAE FACILE SE PER SE IPSA DEFENDAT. ] : PHRASE Great is the power of truth that can easily defend itself with its own force.

[MAGNALE, MAGNALIS] : N great things (pl.); mighty works/deeds/words;

[MAGNANIMUS, MAGNANIMA, MAGNANIMUM] : ADJ noble in spirit, brave, generous;

[MAGNAS INTER OPER INOPS. ] : PHRASE A pauper in the midst of wealth.

[MAGNAS, MAGNATIS] : N great man; important person; magnate; vassal (z); tenant-in-chief; baron;

[MAGNATUS, MAGNATI] : N great man; important person; magnate; vassal (z); tenant-in-chief; baron;

[MAGNES, (GEN.), MAGNETIS] : ADJ of a magnet/lodestone;

[MAGNES, MAGNETIS] : N magnet, lodestone;

[MAGNETICUS, MAGNETICA, MAGNETICUM] : ADJ magnetic;

[MAGNIFICABILITER] : splendidly, greatly, terrifically.

[MAGNIFICE, MAGNIFICENTIUS, MAGNIFICENTISSIME] : ADV splendidly, in fine/lordly manner/language; superbly; proudly/boastfully;

[MAGNIFICENTER] : ADV splendidly, in fine/lordly manner/language; superbly; proudly/boastfully;

[MAGNIFICENTIA, MAGNIFICENTIAE] : N greatness; loftiness, nobleness; generosity; grandeur, splendor, luxury; pride;

[MAGNIFICENTIA] : magnificence, splendor, eminence, magnanimity.

[MAGNIFICO, MAGNIFICARE, MAGNIFICAVI, MAGNIFICATUS] : V prize, esteem greatly; praise, extol;

[MAGNIFICO] : to extol.

[MAGNIFICUS, MAGNIFICA -UM, MAGNIFICENTIOR -OR -US, MAGNIFICENTISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ splendid/excellent/sumptuous/magnificent/stately; noble/eminent; proud/boastful;

[MAGNIFICUS] : eminent, splendid, magnificent.

[MAGNILOQUENTIA, MAGNILOQUENTIAE] : N exalted diction; braggadocio;

[MAGNILOQUUS, MAGNILOQUA, MAGNILOQUUM] : ADJ boastful;

[MAGNITUDO, MAGNITUDINIS] : N size, magnitude, bulk; greatness. importance, intensity;

[MAGNOPERE] : ADV SUPER greatly, exceedingly, with great endeavor; very much, particularly, especially;

[MAGNUFICE, MAGNUFICENTIUS, MAGNUFICENTISSIME] : ADV splendidly, in fine/lordly manner/language; superbly; proudly/boastfully;

[MAGNUFICE, MAGNUFICENTIUS, MAGNUFICENTISSIE] : ADV splendidly, in fine/lordly manner/language; superbly; proudly/boastfully;

[MAGNUFICENTER] : ADV splendidly, in fine/lordly manner/language; superbly; proudly/boastfully;

[MAGNUFICENTIA, MAGNUFICENTIAE] : N greatness; loftiness, nobleness; generosity; grandeur, splendor, luxury; pride;

[MAGNUFICO, MAGNUFICARE, MAGNUFICAVI, MAGNUFICATUS] : V prize, esteem greatly; praise, extol;

[MAGNUFICUS, MAGNUFICA -UM, MAGNUFICENTIOR -OR -US, MAGNUFICENTISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ splendid/excellent/sumptuous/magnificent/stately; noble/eminent; proud/boastful;

[MAGNUFICUS, MAGNUFICA -UM, MAGNUFICENTIOR -OR -US, MAGNUFICENTISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ splendid/excellent; sumptuous/magnificent/stately; noble/eminent; proud/boastful

[MAGNUS MAIOR MAXIMUS] : large, great, important.

[MAGNUS, MAGNA -UM, MAIOR -OR -US, MAXIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ large, great; powerful; big; tall; long; broad; extensive; spacious;

[MAGUS, MAGA, MAGUM] : ADJ magic, magical;

[MAGUS, MAGI] : N wise/learned man; magician (persian); astrologer;

[MAGUS] : magical.

[MAI, UNDECLINED] : ADJ may (month) (mensis understood); abbr. mai.;

[MAIESTAS, MAIESTATIS] : N greatness, dignity, majesty; authority; grandeur; (crimen ~ => high treason);

[MAIESTAS] : majesty, dignity, greatness.

[MAIOR, MAIORIS] : N ancestors (pl.);

[MAIORES] : (pl.) ancestors.

[MAIUS, MAIA, MAIUM] : ADJ may (month) (mensis understood); abbr. mai.;

[MAIUSCULUS, MAIUSCULA, MAIUSCULUM] : ADJ somewhat greater or older;

[MAJOR DOMUS] : "Mayor of the Palace," chief steward.

[MAJORES NATU] : elders.

[MAJORES] : elders.

[make a] bustle.

[MALA, MALAE] : N cheeks, jaws;

[MALA] : jaw.

[MALACIA, MALACIAE] : N calm; dead calm;

[MALACUS, MALACA, MALACUM] : ADJ soft, pliable; effeminate, delicate;

[MALAGMA, MALAGMAE] : N emollient; poultice; mixture (of unguents) (souter);

[MALAGMA, MALAGMATIS] : N emollient; poultice; mixture (of unguents) (souter);

[MALAGRANATA, MALAGRANATAE] : N pomegranate; (vulgate spelling 2 chron 3] : 16/4] : 13);

[MALAGRANATUM, MALAGRANATI] : N pomegranate; (vulgate spelling 2 chron 3] : 16/4] : 13);

[MALBODIENSIS] : Maubeuge.

[MALE PARTA MALE DILABUNTUR. ] : PHRASE What has been wrongly gained is wrongly lost. (ill-gotten gains seldom prosper.)

[MALE PEIUS PESSIME] : badly, ill, wrongly.

[MALE, PEIUS, PESSIME] : ADV badly, ill, wrongly, wickedly, unfortunately; extremely;

[MALE] : peius ; pessime ; badly, ill, wrongly.

[MALE] : wickedly, with evil intent.

[MALEDICAX, (GEN.), MALEDICACIS] : ADJ slanderous; abusive; scurillous;

[MALEDICE] : ADV slanderously; abusively; scurillously;

[MALEDICENS, MALEDICENTIS (GEN.), MALEDICENTIOR -OR -US, MALEDICENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ slanderous; abusive; scurillous;

[MALEDICO, MALEDICERE, MALEDIXI, MALEDICTUS] : V speak ill/evil of, revile, slander; abuse, curse;

[MALEDICTIO, MALEDICTIONIS] : N slander/abuse; evil speaking, reviling; curse/punishment/condemnation (souter);

[MALEDICTIO] : curse, abuse.

[MALEDICTUM, MALEDICTI] : N insult, reproach, taunt;

[MALEDICUS, MALEDICA, MALEDICUM] : ADJ slanderous; abusive; scurillous; evil-speaking; (of persons/remarks);

[MALEFACIO, MALEFACERE, MALEFECI, MALEFACTUS] : V do evil/wrong/harm/injury/mischief; act wickedly;

[MALEFICA, MALEFICAE] : N witch; sorceress;

[MALEFICE] : ADV wickedly; viciously; mischievously (l+s);

[MALEFICENTIA, MALEFICENTIAE] : N wickedness; viciousness; evil/evil-doing (l+s); ill conduct; injury, harm;

[MALEFICIO, MALEFICERE,] : V practice sorcery/black magic;

[MALEFICIUM, MALEFICI(I)] : N crime/misdeed/offence; injury/hurt/wrong; fraud/deception (l+s); sorcery; pest;

[MALEFICUS, MALEFICA -UM, MALEFICIOR -OR -US, MALEFICENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ wicked, criminal, nefarious, evil; harmful, noxious, injurious; of black magic;

[MALEFICUS, MALEFICI] : N criminal, wrongdoer; magician, enchanter, sorcerer (l+s);

[MALEFICUS] : wicked, accursed, evil.

[MALEFIDUS] : faithless.

[MALENS] : preferring.

[MALESUADUS, MALESUADA, MALESUADUM] : ADJ ill-advising;

[MALEVOLA, MALEVOLAE] : N female enemy/foe/ill-wisher;

[MALEVOLE] : ADV malevolently;

[MALEVOLENS, (GEN.), MALEVOLENTIS] : ADJ spiteful, malevolent; ill-disposed; disaffected (l+s); envious;

[MALEVOLENS] : malevolent, spiteful person.

[MALEVOLENTIA, MALEVOLENTIAE] : N ill-will/spite/malice; malevolence; dislike/hatred/envy (l+s); evil disposition;

[MALEVOLUS, MALEVOLA, MALEVOLUM] : ADJ spiteful, malevolent; ill-disposed; disaffected (l+s); envious;

[MALEVOLUS, MALEVOLI] : N enemy/foe/ill-wisher; ill-disposed person;

[MALIFER, MALIFERA, MALIFERUM] : ADJ apple-bearing;

[MALIFICUS, MALIFICA -UM, MALIFICENTIOR -OR -US, MALIFICENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ wicked, criminal, nefarious, evil; harmful, noxious, injurious; of black magic;

[MALIGNANS, (GEN.), MALIGNANTIS] : ADJ wicked; malicious;

[MALIGNANS, MALIGNANTIS] : N wicked/bad/malicious person; the wicked (pl.);

[MALIGNITAS, MALIGNITATIS] : N ill-will, spite, malice; niggardliness;

[MALIGNITAS] : wickedness.

[MALIGNO, MALIGNARE, MALIGNAVI, MALIGNATUS] : V malign; act/do/contrive maliciously; act badly/wickedly (ecc);

[MALIGNO] : to contrive/ do maliciously.

[MALIGNOR, MALIGNARI, -, MALIGNATUS SUM] : V malign; act/do/contrive maliciously; act badly/wickedly (ecc);

[MALIGNUS, MALIGNA, MALIGNUM] : ADJ spiteful; niggardly; narrow;

[MALIGO] : to do/ contrive evil.

[MALIGO-ARE] : to do/ contrive evil

[MALITIA, MALITIAE] : N ill will, malice; wickedness; vice, fault;

[MALITIOSE] : ADV wickedly, craftily, roguishly, knavishly;

[MALITIOSUS, MALITIOSA, MALITIOSUM] : ADJ wicked; crafty, roguish, knavish;

[MALIVOLA, MALIVOLAE] : N female enemy/foe/ill-wisher;

[MALIVOLE] : ADV malevolently;

[MALIVOLENS, (GEN.), MALIVOLENTIS] : ADJ spiteful, malevolent; ill-disposed; disaffected (l+s); envious;

[MALIVOLENTIA, MALIVOLENTIAE] : N ill-will/spite/malice; malevolence; dislike/hatred/envy (l+s); evil disposition;

[MALIVOLUS, MALIVOLA, MALIVOLUM] : ADJ spiteful, malevolent; ill-disposed; disaffected (l+s); envious;

[MALIVOLUS, MALIVOLI] : N enemy/foe/ill-wisher; ill-disposed person;

[MALLEATOR, MALLEATORIS] : N hammerer, beater, he who pounds/hammers/beats;

[MALLEATUS, MALLEATA, MALLEATUM] : ADJ hammered, beaten;

[MALLEOLUS, MALLEOLI] : N fire-dart; brush for burning (vulgate prayer of azariah 1] : 23);

[MALLEUS, MALLEI] : N mallet; hammer;

[MALMUNDARIUM] : Malmedy.

[MALO MALLUI MALUS] : to choose, prefer.

[MALO, MALLE, MALUI] : V prefer; incline toward, wish rather;

[MALO] : mallui ; malus ; to choose, prefer.

[MALO] : to choose, prefer.

[MALOBATHRUM, MALOBATHRI] : N plant, from which ointment was prepared;

[MALOGRANATA, MALOGRANATAE] : N pomegranate;

[MALOGRANATUM, MALOGRANATI] : N pomegranate;

[MALUM, MALI] : N apple; fruit; lemon; quince;

[MALUM, MALI] : N evil, mischief; disaster, misfortune, calamity, plague; punishment; harm/hurt;

[MALUM] : evil, misfortune, misdeed, crime, injury, damage.

[MALUS PEIOR PESSIMUS] : bad, wicked, evil.

[MALUS, MALA -UM, PEIOR -OR -US, PESSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bad, evil, wicked; ugly; unlucky;

[MALUS, MALI] : N apple tree;

[MALUS, MALI] : N mast; beam; tall pole, upright pole; standard, prop, staff;

[MALVA, MALVAE] : N mallow-plant;

[MALVA] : mallow (?) Malva silvestria Celsus, Spencer, p.492, List of Alimenta, Vol. I

[MAM, ABB.] : N mamereus, roman praenomen; abbreviated mam.;

[MAMEREUS, MAMEREI] : N mamereus, roman praenomen; abbreviated mam.;

[MAMILLA, MAMILLAE] : N breast, teat;

[MAMMA, MAMMAE] : N breast, udder;

[MAMMONAS, MAMMONAE] : N riches, wealth; (gain of wickedness, quasi-personification of covetousness oed);

[MAMONAS, MAMONAE] : N riches, wealth; (gain of iickedness, quasi-personification of covetousness oed);

[MAMZER, (GEN.), MAMZERIS] : ADJ bastard, illegitimate;

[MAMZER, MAMZERIS] : N bastard, one of illegitimate birth;

[MAN, UNDECLINED] : N manna; (food from god in siani); (man => hebrew what; man hu => what is this);

[MANASSES, MANASSAE] : N manasses; (son of joseph in vulgate genesis);

[MANCEPS, MANCIPIS] : N contractor, agent;

[MANCIPIUM, MANCIPI(I)] : N possession; formal purchase; slaves;

[MANCIPIUM] : slave.

[MANCIPO MANCEPO] : to sell formally, turn over, give into charge.

[MANCIPO, MANCIPARE, MANCIPAVI, MANCIPATUS] : V transfer, sell; surrender;

[MANCIPO] : mancepo ; to sell formally, turn over, give into charge.

[MANCIPO] : to transfer, alienate, seize, catch, give up.

[MANCUS, MANCA, MANCUM] : ADJ maimed, crippled; powerless;

[MANDATUM, MANDATI] : N order, command, commission; mandate; commandment;

[MANDATUM] : commission, charge, entrust.

[MANDATUM] : message, command.

[MANDATUM] : order, decree, mandate, instruction.

[MANDIBULA, MANDIBULAE] : N jaw; (not exactly jawbone = maxilla);

[MANDIBULUM, MANDIBULI] : N jaw; (not exactly jawbone = maxilla);

[MANDO, MANDARE, MANDAVI, MANDATUS] : V entrust, commit to one's charge, deliver over; commission; order, command;

[MANDO, MANDERE, MANDI, MANSUS] : V chew, champ, masticate, gnaw; eat, devour; lay waste;

[MANDO] : to commit, entrust, order, command.

[MANDO] : to send word, confide,.

[MANDRA, MANDRAE] : N stall, cattle pen; a herd of cattle; a draughtboard;

[MANDRAGORAS, MANDRAGORAE] : N mandrake; (plant used in medicine as soporic);

[MANDRAGORAS] : Mayapple (?)Podophyllum peltatum (L.)

[MANDRAGORETICUS] : Mayapple (?)Podophyllum peltatum (L.)

[MANDRAGORICUM] : Mayapple (?)Podophyllum peltatum (L.)

[MANDRAGORICUS] : Mayapple (?)Podophyllum peltatum (L.)

[MANDUCO, MANDUCARE, MANDUCAVI, MANDUCATUS] : V chew, masticate, gnaw; eat, devour;

[MANDUCO, MANDUCONIS] : N glotton; gormand; big eater;

[MANDUCOR, MANDUCARI, -, MANDUCATUS SUM] : V chew, masticate, gnaw; eat, devour;

[MANE, UNDECLINED] : V mene; (mene tekel phares writing on the wall - vulgate daniel 5] : 25);

[MANE, UNDECLINED] : N the morning, morn; (multo mane => very early in the morning);

[MANE] : ADV in the morning; early in the morning;

[MANE] : morning, early in the morning, early.

[MANENTIA] : permanency.

[MANEO, MANERE, MANSI, MANSUS] : V remain, stay, abide; wait for; continue, endure, last; spend the night (sexual);

[MANEO] : to remain, stay, stay the night, last, endure, abide by.

[MANERIUM, MANERII] : N manor; manor-house; (~ dominium => demesne manor);

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

[MANICA, MANICAE] : N sleeves (pl.), long sleeves; gloves, gauntlets; armlets; handcuffs, manacles;

[MANICATUS, MANICATA, MANICATUM] : ADJ having long sleeves;

[MANICO, MANICARE, MANICAVI, MANICATUS] : V come in the morning; rise/set out in the morning (souter);

[MANICULA, MANICULAE] : N little hand;

[MANIFESTO, MANIFESTARE, MANIFESTAVI, MANIFESTATUS] : V make visible/clearer/evident/plain; reveal, make known; disclose; clarify;

[MANIFESTO] : ADV undeniably, red-handed, in the act; evidently, plainly, manifestly;

[MANIFESTO] : to make public.

[MANIFESTUS, MANIFESTA -UM, MANIFESTIOR -OR -US, MANIFESTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ detected, plainly guilty; flagrant, plain; caught in the act; undoubted;

[MANIFESTUS, MANIFESTA -UM, MANIFESTIOR -OR -US, MANIFESTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ clear, evident, plain, obvious; conspicious, noticeable; unmistakable;

[MANIPLUS, MANIPLI] : N maniple, company of soldiers, one third of a cohort; handful, bundle;

[MANIPRETIUM, MANIPRETII] : N wages, hire, reward;

[MANIPULARIS, MANIPULARIS] : N soldier of a maniple; common soldier, private; marine; comrades (pl.);

[MANIPULARIS, MANIPULARIS, MANIPULARE] : ADJ belonging to a maniple; belonging to the ranks; private;

[MANIPULATIM] : ADV in handfuls; in companies;

[MANIPULUS, MANIPULI] : N maniple, company of soldiers, one third of a cohort; handful, bundle;

[MANIPULUS] : maniple.

[MANIUS, MANI] : N manius, roman praenomen; abbreviated m'.; one who has fallen on hard times;

[MANNA, MANNAE] : N manna; vegetable juice hardened to grains (pliny); miraculous food from heaven;

[MANNA, MANNAE] : N manna; (food from god for wandering hebrews); food for the soul, divine support;

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

[MANNULUS, MANNULI] : N pony;

[MANNUS, MANNI] : N pony;

[MANO, MANARE, MANAVI, MANATUS] : V flow, pour; be shed; be wet; spring;

[MANO] : to flow

[MANO] : to flow.

[MANSIO, MANSIONIS] : N lodging, stop; day's journey, stage; staying away; abode/quarters/home/dwelling;

[MANSITO, MANSITARE, MANSITAVI, MANSITATUS] : V spend the night, stay;

[MANSIUNCULA, MANSIUNCULAE] : N little/small home/dwelling;

[MANSUEFACIO, MANSUEFACERE, MANSUEFECI, MANSUEFACTUS] : V tame; civilize; make peaceful/quiet;

[MANSUEFIO, MANSUEFIERI, -, MANSUEFACTUS SUM] : V become/be tamed/civilized/peaceful;

[MANSUES, (GEN.), MANSUETIS] : ADJ tame;

[MANSUES, (GEN.), MANSUIS] : ADJ tame;

[MANSUESCO, MANSUESCERE, MANSUEVI, MANSUETUS] : V tame; become/grow tame; render/become mild/gentle/less harsh/severe;

[MANSUESCO] : to grow mild.

[MANSUETO, MANSUETARE, MANSUETAVI, MANSUETATUS] : V tame; make tame; subdue, soften (souter); become subdued; restrain (vulgate);

[MANSUETUDO, MANSUETUDINIS] : N tameness, gentleness, mildness; clemency;

[MANSUETUDO] : mildness.

[MANSUETUS, MANSUETA, MANSUETUM] : ADJ tame; mild, gentle; less harsh/severe;

[MANSUETUS] : mild, soft, gentle.

[MANSUETUS] : tame, mild, gentle.

[MANSURUS] : that which will endure, abide.

[MANTELE, MANTELIS] : N towel, handtowel; napkin;

[MANTICA, MANTICAE] : N traveling-bag, knapsack;

[MANUALIS, MANUALIS, MANUALE] : ADJ fitted to the hand;

[MANUBIA, MANUBIAE] : N general's share of the booty (pl.); prize-money; profits;

[MANUBRIUM, MANUBRII] : N haft, handle;

[MANUFACTUS, MANUFACTA, MANUFACTUM] : ADJ hand-made; made by hand; made with hands;

[MANUFESTO] : ADV undeniably, red-handed, in the act; evidently, plainly, manifestly;

[MANUFESTUS, MANUFESTA -UM, MANUFESTIOR -OR -US, MANUFESTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ clear, evident, plain, obvious; conspicious, noticeable; unmistakable;

[MANUFESTUS, MANUFESTA -UM, MANUFESTIOR -OR -US, MANUFESTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ detected, plainly guilty; flagrant, plain; caught in the act; undoubted;

[MANUMISSIO, MANUMISSIONIS] : N manumission, release from authority of manus; freeing of slave;

[MANUMITTO, MANUMITTERE, MANUMISI, MANUMISSUS] : V release, free, set free/at liberty, emancipate;

[MANUPLUS, MANUPLI] : N maniple, company of soldiers, one third of a cohort; handful, bundle;

[MANUPRETIUM, MANUPRETII] : N wages, hire, reward;

[MANUS MANUS] : hand, band, handwriting.

[MANUS, MANUS] : N hand, fist; gang, band of soldiers; handwriting; (elephant's) trunk;

[MANZER, (GEN.), MANZERIS] : ADJ bastard, illegitimate;

[MANZER, MANZERIS] : N bastard, one of illegitimate birth;

[MAPAL, MAPALIS] : N huts (pl.) in which the nomadic africans lived;

[MAPALE, MAGALIS] : N huts (pl.), little dwellings; tents;

[MAPPA, MAPPAE] : N white cloth; napkin; handkerchief; cloth dropped as signal to start race;

[MARA] : marl

[MARANATHA] : INTERJ our lord cometh; (aramaic through greek);

[MARCA, MARCAE] : N mark; (german gold/silver weight, coin); (11th century = ~8 ounces, later ~1);

[MARCENIENSE] : Marchiennes,.

[MARCENIENSE] : Marchiennes,

[MARCENS, (GEN.), MARCENTIS] : ADJ withered/dropping; exhausted/weak/feeble; heavy (eyes); apathetic/languid/jaded;

[MARCEO, MARCERE,] : V be enfeebled, weak or faint;

[MARCESCO, MARCESCERE, MARCUI] : V wither, shrivel up; fade/pine away; become weak/enfeebled/languid/apathetic;

[MARCIDUS, MARCIDA, MARCIDUM] : ADJ withered/dropping/rotten; lacking rigidity; exhausted/weak; apathetic/languid;

[MARCIENIENSIS] : Marchiennes.

[MARCO, MARCERE, MARCUI, MARCITUS] : V be withered/flabby, droop/shrivel; flag/faint; be weak/enfeebled/idle/apathetic;

[MARCULUS, MARCULI] : N small hammer;

[MARCUS, MARCI] : N marcus, roman praenomen; abbreviated m.;

[MARE MARIS] : sea.

[MARE, MARIS] : N sea; sea water;

[MARGARITA, MARGARITAE] : N pearl;

[MARGARITAS ANTE PORCOS IACERE. ] : PHRASE Throw pearls before the swines.

[MARGINO, MARGINARE, MARGINAVI, MARGINATUS] : V provide with borders;

[MARGO, MARGINIS] : N margin, edge, flange, rim, border; threshold; bank, retaining wall; gunwale;

[MARIA, MARIAE] : N mary;

[MARINUS, MARINA, MARINUM] : ADJ marine; of the sea; sea born;

[MARISCA, MARISCAE] : N kind of large/inferior fig; hemorrhoids (pl.), piles;

[MARISCUS, MARISCA, MARISCUM] : ADJ kind of large/inferior fig;

[MARISCUS, MARISCI] : N kind of rush;

[MARITA, MARITAE] : N wife;

[MARITIMUS, MARITIMA, MARITIMUM] : ADJ maritime; of/near/by the sea; costal; relating/used to the sea; seafaring, naval

[MARITO, MARITARE, MARITAVI, MARITATUS] : V marry, give in marriage;

[MARITUMUS, MARITUMA, MARITUMUM] : ADJ maritime; of/near/by the sea; costal; relating/used to the sea; seafaring, naval

[MARITUS, MARITA, MARITUM] : ADJ nuptial; of marriage; married, wedded, united;

[MARITUS, MARITI] : N husband, married man; lover; mate;

[MARITUS] : husband.

[MARIUS, MARI] : N marius; (roman gens name); (c. marius, consul around 100 bc);

[MARIUS, MARIA, MARIUM] : ADJ marius, roman gens; (c. marius, consul around 100 bc);

[MARMOR, MARMORIS] : N marble, block of marble, marble monument/statue; surface of the sea;

[MARMORATUS, MARMORATA, MARMORATUM] : ADJ marbled; overlaid with marble;

[MARMOREUS, MARMOREA, MARMOREUM] : ADJ marble; of marble; marble-like;

[MARMOREUS] : like marble.

[MARMUS, MARMA, MARMUM] : ADJ marine; belonging to the sea;

[MARO] : to apply marl to the soil.

[MARO] : to apply marl to the soil

[MARRA, MARRAE] : N hoe;

[MARS, MARTIS] : N mars, roman god of war; warlike spirit, fighting, battle, army, force of arms;

[MARSUPPIUM, MARSUPPII] : N purse, pouch;

[MART, UNDECLINED] : ADJ march (month) (mensis understood); abbr. mart.;

[MARTIALIS, MARTIALIS, MARTIALE] : ADJ of or belonging to mars;

[MARTIUS, MARTIA, MARTIUM] : ADJ march (month) (mensis understood); abbr. mart.; of/belonging to mars;

[MARTYR, MARTYRIS] : N martyr; witness;

[MARTYRIUM, MARTYRII] : N martyrdom; testimony w/one's blood of truth of christ; martyr'grave/church;

[MARTYRIUM] : n, martyrdom

[MARTYRIUM] : n, martyrdom.

[MARTYR-YRIS] : martyr.

[MARTYR-YRIS] : martyr

[MARUM] : marum (Cat-thyme (?)) Teucrium marum (L.)

[MAS, (GEN.), MARIS] : ADJ male; masculine, of the male sex; manly, brave;

[MAS, MARIS] : N male (human/animal/plant); man;

[MASCULINUS, MASCULINA, MASCULINUM] : ADJ masculine, of the male sex; of masculine gender (grammar);

[MASCULUS, MASCULA, MASCULUM] : ADJ male; manly; virile;

[MASSA, MASSAE] : N mass, bulk; heavy weight, load, burden; lump; kneaded dough;

[MASSIEUM, MASSIEI] : N massic wine;

[MASTERBATOR, MASTERBATORIS] : N masterbator; one who defiles himself (l+s);

[MASTERBIO, MASTERBIONIS] : N masterbation;

[MASTERBOR, MASTERBARI, -, MASTERBATUS SUM] : V masterbate; defile oneself (l+s);

[MASTEX, MASTECHIS] : N mastic, gum/resin of pistacia lentiscus/other trees;

[MASTICE, MASTICES] : N mastic, gum/resin of pistacia lentiscus/other trees;

[MASTICHA, MASTICHAE] : N mastic, gum/resin of pistacia lentiscus/other trees;

[MASTICHE, MASTICHES] : N mastic, gum/resin of pistacia lentiscus/other trees;

[MASTICHUM, MASTICHI] : N mastic, gum/resin of pistacia lentiscus/other trees;

[MASTIGATUS, MASTIGATUS] : N whipping; punishment;

[MASTIGIA, MASTIGIAE] : N one who deserves a whipping, rascal;

[MASTIGO, MASTIGARE, MASTIGAVI, MASTIGATUS] : V whip; scourge;

[MASTIX, MASTICHIS] : N mastic, gum/resin of pistacia lentiscus/other trees;

[MASTIX, MASTICIS] : N lash; punishment; anguish (vulgate);

[MASTRUCA, MASTRUCAE] : N sheepskin;

[MATARA, MATARAE] : N javelin, spear;

[MATASTRA] : stepİmother

[MATELLIO, MATELLIONIS] : N small pot, vessel;

[MATER ARTIUM NECESSITAS. ] : PHRASE Necessity is the mother of invention.

[MATER MATRIS] : mother.

[MATER, MATRIS] : N mother, foster mother; lady, matron; origin, source, motherland, mother city;

[MATER] : matris ; mother.

[MATERA, MAIRIA] : ?vat, for the fermentation of beer.

[MATERCULA, MATERCULAE] : N affectionate term for mother;

[MATERIA, MATERIAE] : N means, occasion, condition effecting action; latent ability/potential;

[MATERIA, MATERIAE] : N wood (building material), lumber, timber; woody branch/growth/part of tree;

[MATERIA, MATERIAE] : N material, matter, substance; food/fuel; breeding stock; topic, subject matter;

[MATERIA] : material, substance, matter.

[MATERIES, MATERIEI] : N material, matter, substance; food/fuel; breeding stock; topic, subject matter;

[MATERIES, MATERIEI] : N means, occasion, condition effecting action; latent ability/potential;

[MATERIES, MATERIEI] : N wood (building material), lumber, timber; woody branch/growth/part of tree;

[MATERIOR, MATERIARI, -, MATERIATUS SUM] : V get timber;

[MATERNA] : maternal, pertaining to a mother

[MATERNUS, MATERNA, MATERNUM] : ADJ maternal, motherly, of a mother;

[MATERTERA, MATERTERAE] : N maternal aunt;

[MATERTERA] : maternal aunt.

[MATHEMATICA, MATHEMATICAE] : N mathematics; astrology;

[MATHEMATICUS, MATHEMATICA, MATHEMATICUM] : ADJ mathematical; astrological;

[MATHEMATICUS, MATHEMATICI] : N mathematician; astrologer;

[MATRICIDA, MATRICIDAE] : N matricide;

[MATRICIDIUM, MATRICIDII] : N slaying of a mother, matricide;

[MATRIMONIUM, MATRIMONI(I)] : N marriage; matrimony;

[MATRIMONIUM] : marriage.

[MATRIMUS, MATRIMA, MATRIMUM] : ADJ having a mother living;

[MATRIX, MATRICIS] : N dam, female animal kept for breeding; parent tree; register, list;

[MATRONA, MATRONAE] : N wife; matron;

[MATRONALIS, MATRONALIS, MATRONALE] : ADJ of or befitting a married woman;

[MATTA, MATTAE] : N mat of rushes;

[MATTEA, MATTEAE] : N dainty dish;

[MATTYA, MATTYAE] : N dainty dish;

[MATULA, MATULAE] : N jar, vessel for liquids; chamber pot; blockhead;

[MATURE] : ADV quickly; at the right time; in time; early, prematurely;

[MATURESCO, MATURESCERE, MATURUI] : V become ripe, ripen mature;

[MATURITAS, MATURITATIS] : N ripeness;

[MATURO, MATURARE, MATURAVI, MATURATUS] : V ripen, hurry, make haste to, hasten;

[MATURRIMUS, MATURRIMA, MATURRIMUM] : ADJ early, speedy; ripe; mature, mellow; timely, seasonable;

[MATURUS, MATURA -UM, MATURIOR -OR -US, MATURISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ early, speedy; ripe; mature, mellow; timely, seasonable;

[MATUTINUS, MATUTINA, MATUTINUM] : ADJ early; of the (early) morning;

[MAURARIA] : (?)edderwort Dioscorides, A. Souter p.245

[MAUSOLEUM, MAUSOLEI] : N mausoleum (magnificent tomb of mausolus); large/ornate tomb (esp. of emperors);

[MAVORS, MAVORTIS] : N mars, roman god of war; warlike spirit, fighting, battle, army, force of arms;

[MAXILLA, MAXILLAE] : N jaw (viewed externally), lower part of the face; jaws/jaw-bones (usu. pl.);

[MAXILLARIS, MAXILLARIS, MAXILLARE] : ADJ of/belonging to the jaw; molar (teeth);

[MAXIME] : ADV SUPER especially, chiefly; certainly; most, very much; (forms super w/adj/adv);

[MAXIME] : especially, particularly, principally.

[MAXIME] : greatly, exceedingly, to the highest degree, very.

[MAXIMITAS, MAXIMITATIS] : N greatness, size;

[MAXIMUS, MAXIMA, MAXIMUM] : ADJ greatest/biggest/largest; longest; oldest; highest, utmost; leading, chief;

[MAXUME] : ADV SUPER especially, chiefly; certainly; most, very much; (forms super w/adj/adv);

[MAXUMUS, MAXUMA, MAXUMUM] : ADJ greatest/biggest/largest; longest; oldest; highest, utmost; leading, chief;

[MAZONOMON, MAZONOMI] : N charger, large dish;

[MAZONOMUS, MAZONOMI] : N charger, large dish;

[ME] : (abl.) me / you'll do fine with ME, baby.

[ME] : (abl.) me/ you'll do fine with ME, baby.

[ME] : (acc.) me / that old black magic has ME in its spell.

[ME] : (acc.) me/ that old black magic has ME in its spell.

[MEA CULPA, MEA CULPA, MEA MAXIMA CULPA ] : PHRASE My fault, my fault, my great fault

[MEA MIHI CONSCIENTIA PLURIS EST QUAM OMNIUM SERMO. ] : PHRASE My conscience means more to me than all speech.

[means arbitrary, capricious].

[measurement].

[MEATUS, MEATUS] : N movement, course;

[MECONITIS] : a kind of spurge

[med.] butcher.

[med.] meadow sown with grass.

[med.] slaughterİhouse, abbatoir.

[med.] to sleep, be dormant, be at rest.

[MED] acceptable, accepted.

[MED] arguement, legal pleading.

[MED] attorney for

[MED] attorney, surveyor.

[MED] collector of taxes or renders.

[med] juror, member of an inquest, trustee.

[MED] one holding an honor, official, magnate.

[MED] rat.

[med] ringing of a bell or bells/ HUE and cry/ rumor/ fame.

[MED] to claim, lay claim to/ summon/ promise.

[MED] to command, demand, require, order, charge.

[MEDAX, (GEN.), MEDACIS] : ADJ lying;

[MEDAX, MEDACIS] : N liar;

[MEDDIX, MEDDICIS] : N an oscan magistrate;

[MEDELA, MEDELAE] : N cure, remedial treatment; healing, healing power (sax); health;

[MEDELLA, MEDELLAE] : N cure, remedial treatment; healing, healing power (sax); health;

[MEDENS, MEDENTIS] : N physician, doctor;

[MEDEOR, MEDERI,] : V heal, cure; remedy, assuage, comfort, amend;

[MEDIANS, (GEN.), MEDIANTIS] : ADJ halved, divided in the middle;

[MEDIANTE] : ADV by means of;

[MEDIASTINUS, MEDIASTINI] : N drudge;

[MEDIATE] : ADV by means of;

[MEDIATOR, MEDIATORIS] : N mediator; intermediary, go between; middle man;

[MEDIATRIX, MEDIATRICIS] : N mediator (female); intermediary, go between;

[MEDICA, MEDICAE] : N doctor (female), physician, healer;

[MEDICA, MEDICAE] : N a kind of clover, lucerne; (medicago sativa); (elecampane?);

[MEDICABILIS, MEDICABILIS, MEDICABILE] : ADJ curable;

[MEDICAMEN, MEDICAMINIS] : N drug, remedy, medicine; dye;

[MEDICAMENTUM, MEDICAMENTI] : N drug, remedy, medicine;

[MEDICE, CURA TE IPSUM! ] : PHRASE Physician, heal thyself!

[MEDICE, MEDICES] : N doctor (female), physician, healer;

[MEDICINA, MEDICINAE] : N art/practice of medicine, medicine; clinic; treatment, dosing; remedy, cure;

[MEDICINUS, MEDICINA, MEDICINUM] : ADJ of the art/practice of medicine/healing, medical; (w/ars or res => medicine);

[MEDICO, MEDICARE, MEDICAVI, MEDICATUS] : V heal, cure; medicate; dye;

[MEDICOR, MEDICARI, -, MEDICATUS SUM] : V heal, cure;

[MEDICOR] : to heal, cure.

[MEDICUS CURAT, NATURA SANAT. ] : PHRASE The physician treats, nature cures.

[MEDICUS, MEDICA, MEDICUM] : ADJ healing, curative, medical; (digitus ~ => fourth finger of the hand);

[MEDICUS, MEDICI] : N doctor, physician; fourth finger of the hand;

[MEDICUS] : doctor, physician.

[MEDIE] : ADV moderately; in a manner avoiding both extremely, moderate; ambiguous;

[MEDIE] : moderately.

[MEDIETAS, MEDIETATIS] : N center/mid point/part; half; intermediate course/state; fact of being in middle;

[medieval] one holding an honor, official, magnate.

[MEDIMNUM, MEDIMNI] : N a dry measure, greek 'bushel'(6 modii); measure of land in cyrenaica;

[MEDIMNUS, MEDIMNI] : N a dry measure, greek 'bushel'(6 modii); measure of land in cyrenaica;

[MEDIO TUTISSIMUS IBIS. ] : PHRASE You will go safest in the middle.

[MEDIO, MEDIARE, MEDIAVI, MEDIATUS] : V halve, divide in the middle; be in the middle;

[MEDIOCRIS, MEDIOCRIS, MEDIOCRE] : ADJ medium, average, middling, ordinary, moderate, tolerable; mediocre;

[MEDIOCRIS] : ordinary, average, fair, moderate, mediocre.

[MEDIOCRITAS, MEDIOCRITATIS] : N medium, moderateness; mediocrity;

[MEDIOCRITER, MEDIOCRIUS, MEDIOCRISSIME] : ADV to a moderate extent/degree, ordinarily, moderately, tolerably; not very;

[MEDIOXIMUS, MEDIOXIMA, MEDIOXIMUM] : ADJ middlemost;

[MEDITABUNDUS, MEDITABUNDA, MEDITABUNDUM] : ADJ earnestly mediating/considering/reflecting; designing;

[MEDITAMENTUM, MEDITAMENTI] : N preparation, practice;

[MEDITAMENUM, MEDITAMENI] : N training exercise;

[MEDITATIO, MEDITATIONIS] : N contemplation, meditation; practicing;

[MEDITATIO] : consideration, pondering.

[MEDITATIO] : practice, preparation, getting ready.

[MEDITATIO] : practice, preparation, getting ready / consideration, pondering.

[MEDITERRANEUS, MEDITERRANEA, MEDITERRANEUM] : ADJ inland, remote from the coast;

[MEDITOR, MEDITARI, -, MEDITATUS SUM] : V consider, ponder (constantly), reflect upon; meditate; plan, devise, practice;

[MEDITOR] : meditatus ; to reflect upon, consider, ponder/ practice.

[MEDITOR] : meditatus ; to reflect upon, consider, ponder / practice.

[MEDIUM, MEDI(I)] : N middle, center; medium, mean; midst, community, public; publicity;

[MEDIUM] : everyday life, the common good, the public eye.

[MEDIUS, MEDIA, MEDIUM] : ADJ middle, middle of, mid; common, neutral, ordinary, moderate; ambiguous;

[MEDIUS, MEDII] : N mediator; one who stands in the middle, one who comes between;

[MEDIUS] : middle, the middle of, central, midst.

[MEDULLA, MEDULLAE] : N marrow, kernel; innermost part; quintessence;

[MEGESTANIS, MEGESTANIS] : N nobles (pl.), grandees, magnates, leaders; nobles of parthia/eastern countries;

[MEGESTANUS, MEGESTANI] : N nobles (pl.), grandees, magnates, leaders; nobles of parthia/eastern countries;

[MEGISTANIS, MEGISTANIS] : N nobles (pl.), grandees, magnates, leaders; nobles of parthia/eastern countries;

[MEGISTANUS, MEGISTANI] : N nobles (pl.), grandees, magnates, leaders; nobles of parthia/eastern countries;

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

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

[MEHERCULES] : INTERJ by Hercules! assuredly, indeed;

[MEI] : my, mine / MY heart belongs to daddy. that old gang of MINE.

[MEI] : my, mine/ MY heart belongs to daddy. that old gang of MINE.

[MEIO, MEERE, MIXI, MICTUS] : V make water, urinate; ejaculate; (somewhat rude);

[MEL MELLIS] : honey.

[MEL, MELLIS] : N honey; sweetness; darling;

[MELANCHOLICUS, MELANCHOLICA, MELANCHOLICUM] : ADJ having black bile, melancholy;

[MELANTHION] : black cumin

[MELANURUS, MELANURI] : N small edible sea-fish;

[MELICUS, MELICA, MELICUM] : ADJ musical, lyrical;

[MELICUS, MELICI] : N lyric poet;

[MELILITUS] : melilot Trigonella graeca J.I. Miller

[MELILOTOS, MELILOTI] : N species of clover;

[MELIMELUM, MELIMELI] : N honey apples (pl.);

[MELIOR] : better.

[MELISPHYLLUM, MELISPHYLLI] : N balm;

[MELISSOPHYLLON, MELISSOPHYLLI] : N balm;

[MELIUS EST PRAEVENIRE QUAM PRAEVENIRI. ] : PHRASE Better to forestall than to be forestalled.

[MELIUS FRANGI QUAM FLECTI. ] : PHRASE It is better to break than to bend.

[MELIUSCULE] : ADV somewhat better, prettywell;

[MELIUSCULUS, MELIUSCULA, MELIUSCULUM] : ADJ somewhat better;

[MELLIFER, MELLIFERA, MELLIFERUM] : ADJ honey-producing;

[MELLITUS, MELLITA, MELLITUM] : ADJ sweetened with honey; honey-sweet;

[MELLITUS] : honeyed, sweet as honey.

[MELODES, MELODIS] : N pleasent/charming singer;

[MELODIA, MELODIAE] : N melody; pleasent song;

[MELODUM, MELODI] : N poetry, songs (pl.);

[MELODUS, MELODI] : N poets (pl.);

[MELOS, MELI] : N song, tune, air, strain, lay, melody; hymn;

[MELOTA, MELOTAE] : N sheepskin;

[MELOTE, MELOTES] : N sheepskin;

[MELOTES, MELOTEDIS] : N sheepskin;

[MELOTIS, MELOTIDIS] : N sheepskin;

[MELUM, MELI] : N song, tune, air, strain, lay, melody; hymn;

[MELUS, MELI] : N song, tune, air, strain, lay, melody; hymn;

[MEM, UNDECLINED] : N mem; (13th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as m);

[MEMBRANA, MEMBRANAE] : N membrane; skin; parchment;

[MEMBRANA] : thin skin, film, parchment, membrane, prepared skin.

[MEMBRATIM] : ADV limb by limb;

[MEMBRUM, MEMBRI] : N member, limb, organ; (esp.) male genital member; apartment, room; section;

[MEMIENS, (GEN.), MEMIENTIS] : ADJ remembering; keeping in mind, paying heed to; being sure; recalling;

[MEMINI MEMINISSE] : to remember.

[MEMOR, (GEN.), MEMORIS] : ADJ remembering; mindful (of w/gen), grateful; unforgetting, commemorative;

[MEMOR] : mindful, remembering, grateful, thoughful, prudent.

[MEMORABILIS, MEMORABILIS, MEMORABILE] : ADJ memorable; remarkable;

[MEMORATUS] : mentioned.

[MEMORIA, MEMORIAE] : N memory, recollection; history; time within memory (~ tenere => to remember);

[MEMORIA] : memory, remembrance, recall, recollection.

[MEMORIAL, MEMORIALIS] : N memorial; records/memoranda (pl.); sign of remembrance, monument (souter);

[MEMORIALIS, MEMORIALIS, MEMORIALE] : ADJ serving as a memorial; (w/liber => book of records/memoranda); memorial;

[MEMORIALIS, MEMORIALIS] : N historiographer royal, man employed in the emperor's secretarial bureau;

[MEMORIOLA, MEMORIOLAE] : N memory;

[MEMORITER] : ADV from memory;

[MEMORO, MEMORARE, -, MEMORATUS] : V remember; be mindful of (w/gen or acc);

[MEMORO, MEMORARE, MEMORAVI, MEMORATUS] : V mention, recount, remember; relate, remind/speak of (w/gen);

[MENA, MENAE] : N small sea-fish;

[MENAPIUS, MENAPII] : N menapii; a belgic (north gallic) tribe;

[MENDA, MENDAE] : N bodily defect, blemish; fault, error (usu. in writing);

[MENDACEM MEMOREM ESSE OPORTET. ] : PHRASE A liar needs a good memory.

[MENDACITER] : ADV falsely,deceptively, mendaciously;

[MENDACIUM, MENDACI(I)] : N lie, lying, falsehood, untruth; counterfeit, fraud;

[MENDACIUNCULUM, MENDACIUNCULI] : N white lie, fib, little untruth;

[MENDAX, (GEN.), MENDACIS] : ADJ lying, false; deceitful; counterfeit;

[MENDICATIO, MENDICATIONIS] : N begging;

[MENDICITAS, MENDICITATIS] : N beggary;

[MENDICO, MENDICARE, MENDICAVI, MENDICATUS] : V beg for; be a beggar, go begging;

[MENDICOR, MENDICARI, -, MENDICATUS SUM] : V beg for; be a beggar, go begging;

[MENDICUS, MENDICA, MENDICUM] : ADJ poor as a beggar, beggarly; paltry, pitiful;

[MENDIOSUS] : full of mistakes, shot with errors

[MENDIOSUS] : full of mistakes, shot with errors.

[MENDOSUS, MENDOSA, MENDOSUM] : ADJ full of faults, faulty; erroneous; prone to error;

[MENDOSUS] : faulty, full of faults.

[MENDUM MENDA] : fault, blemish, mistake, error.

[MENDUM MENDA] : fault, blemish, mistake, error

[MENDUM, MENDI] : N bodily defect, blemish; fault, error (usu. in writing);

[MENS AGITAT MOLEM. ] : PHRASE The mind moves the matter.

[MENS MENTIS] : mind, thought, intention, intellect.

[MENS SANA IN CORPORE SANO. ] : PHRASE A sound mind in a sound body.

[MENS, MENTIS] : N mind; reason, intellect, judgement; plan, intention, frame of mind; courage;

[MENSA, MENSAE] : N table; course, meal; banker's counter;

[MENSA] : table.

[MENSARIUS, MENSARI(I)] : N money-changer, banker; treasury official;

[MENSIS MENSIS] : month.

[MENSIS, MENSIS] : N month;

[MENSOR, MENSORIS] : N land-surveyor; surveyor of building-works;

[MENSTRUALIS, MENSTRUALIS, MENSTRUALE] : ADJ liable to menstruate (monthly); in process of menstruation; lasting a month;

[MENSTRUO, MENSTRUARE, MENSTRUAVI, MENSTRUATUS] : V pollute; defile;

[MENSTRUO, MENSTRUARE, MENSTRUAVI, MENSTRUATUS] : V have a monthly term; menstruate;

[MENSTRUUM, MENSTRUI] : N monthly payment/term; menstrual discharge (usu. pl.); monthly sacrifices (l+s);

[MENSTRUUS, MENSTRUA, MENSTRUUM] : ADJ monthly; happens/done/paid every month; of/lasting for/consisting of a month;

[MENSURA, MENSURAE] : N measure; length, area, capacity;

[MENSURO, MENSURARE, MENSURAVI, MENSURATUS] : V measure; estimate;

[MENTHA] : 1. green mint, spearmint (Mentha viridis) 2. Bergamot-mint (Mentha aquatica) 3. peppermint (Mentha piperita) 4. fleabane, pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) Celsus, Spencer, p.492, List of Alimenta, Vol. I

[MENTIO, MENTIONIS] : N mention, making mention; calling to mind; naming;

[MENTIOR, MENTIRI, -, MENTITUS SUM] : V lie, deceive, invent; imitate; feign; pretend; speak falsely about;

[MENTULA, MENTULAE] : N the male sexual organ; (rude); (used as a term of abuse);

[MENTUM, MENTI] : N chin;

[MEO, MEARE, MEAVI, MEATUS] : V go along, pass, travel;

[MEPHITIS, MEPHITIS] : N noxious exhalation; malaria;

[MERACUS, MERACA, MERACUM] : ADJ undiluted, neat;

[MERCATOR, MERCATORIS] : N trader, merchant;

[MERCATURA, MERCATURAE] : N trade, commerce;

[MERCATUS, MERCATUS] : N gathering for the purposes of commerce, market; fair;

[MERCEDULA, MERCEDULAE] : N low wages or rent;

[MERCENARIUS, MERCENARIA, MERCENARIUM] : ADJ hired for wages; paid, hired;

[MERCENARIUS, MERCENARI(I)] : N laborer, working man;

[MERCENNARIUS, MERCENNARIA, MERCENNARIUM] : ADJ hired, mercenary;

[MERCENNARIUS, MERCENNARII] : N hired worker; mercenary;

[MERCES MERCEDIS] : pay, reward, recompense, compensation.

[MERCES, MERCEDIS] : N pay, recompense, hire, salary, reward; rent, price; bribe;

[MERCIMONIUM, MERCIMONII] : N goods, merchandise;

[MERCOR, MERCARI, -, MERCATUS SUM] : V trade; buy;

[MERCURIA, MERCURIAE] : N mercury, roman god of commerce, luck;

[MERDA, MERDAE] : N dung, excrement; (rude);

[MEREO MEREOR] : deserve, earn, be entitled to, merit.

[MEREO, MERERE, MERUI, MERITUS] : V earn; deserve/merit/have right; win/gain/incur; earn soldier/whore pay, serve;

[MEREO] : deserve, gain, obtain, serve as a soldier.

[MEREOR, MERERI, -, MERITUS SUM] : V earn; deserve/merit/have right; win/gain/incur; earn soldier/whore pay, serve;

[MERETRICIUM, MERETRICII] : N art of a courtesan; trade of a harlot; association with courtesans;

[MERETRICIUS, MERETRICIA, MERETRICIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to/typical of a courtesan/prostitute/harlot;

[MERETRICULA, MERETRICULAE] : N courtesan; (often derogatory); harlot;

[MERETRIX MERETRICIS] : prostitute, whore, harlot.

[MERETRIX, MERETRICIS] : N courtesan, kept woman; public prostitute; harlot;

[MERGA, MERGAE] : N two-pronged fork (pl.);

[MERGES, MERGITIS] : N sheaf of wheat;

[MERGO, MERGERE, MERSI, MERSUS] : V dip, plunge, immerse; sink, drown, bury; overwhelm;

[MERGULUS, MERGULI] : N diver, kind of sea bird; (small gull); wick of a lamp;

[MERGUS, MERGI] : N a sea-bird, probably a gull;

[MERIDIANUS, MERIDIANA, MERIDIANUM] : ADJ of midday, noon; southern;

[MERIDIANUS] : midday, afternoon, south.

[MERIDIATIO, MERIDIATIONIS] : N midday nap, siesta;

[MERIDIES, MERIDIEI] : N 5 1 noon; midday; south;

[MERIDIO, MERIDIARE, MERIDIAVI, MERIDIATUS] : V to take a siesta;

[MERITO] : ADV deservedly; rightly;

[MERITORIUM, MERITORII] : N lodging (pl.);

[MERITORIUS, MERITORIA, MERITORIUM] : ADJ hired;

[MERITUM, MERITI] : N merit, service; value, due reward;

[MERITUS, MERITA, MERITUM] : ADJ deserved, due;

[MEROPS, MEROPIS] : N bird, the bee-eater;

[MERSO, MERSARE, MERSAVI, MERSATUS] : V dip (in), immerse; overwhelm, drown;

[MERULA, MERULAE] : N blackbird; a dark-colored fish, the wrasse;

[MERUM, MERI] : N wine (unmixed with water);

[MERUS, MERA, MERUM] : ADJ unmixed (wine), pure, only; bare, mere, sheer;

[MERX, MERCIS] : N commodity; merchandise )pl.), goods;

[MERX] : (mercis) wares, merchandise, stock.

[MESSALA, MESSALAE] : N messala, roman cognomen; also messalla; m. valerius messala corvinus, orator;

[MESSALLA, MESSALLAE] : N messalla, roman cognomen; also messala; m. valerius messalla corvinus, orator;

[MESSIS, MESSIS] : N harvest, crop; harvest time;

[MESSIS] : the harvest, in-bringing, crop.

[MESSOR, MESSORIS] : N reaper, harvester;

[MESSOR] : reaper, harvester.

[MESTITIA] : misfortune?

[MESTITIA] : misfortune?.

[META, METAE] : N cone, pyramid; conical column, turning point at circus, goal; end, boundary;

[META] : turning point, goal, aim/ limit, boundary.

[METALLUM, METALLI] : N metal; mine; quarry;

[METAMORPHOSIS, METAMORPHOSIS] : N metamorphosis, transformation; (pl.) a poem by ovid;

[METAPHORA, METAPHORAE] : N metaphor;

[METAPHORICUS, METAPHORICA, METAPHORICUM] : ADJ metaphoric, metaphorical;

[METHODIUM, METHODI(I)] : N joke;

[METIM] : Metz.

[METIOR, METIRI, -, MENSUS SUM] : V measure, estimate; distribute, mete; traverse, sail/walk through;

[METO, METERE, MESSUI, MESSUS] : V reap; mow, cut off;

[METO] : (messui, messum) to harvest, mow, cut.

[METOR, METARI, -, METATUS SUM] : V measure off, mark out;

[METOR] : to measure, lay out, survey.

[METRETA, METRETAE] : N greek liquid measure;

[METROPOLIS, METROPOLIS] : N chief/capital city; city from which other cities have been colonized (l+s);

[METROPOLITA, METROPOLITAE] : N metropolitan, bishop in metropolis/chief city; bishop of a metropolitan church;

[METROPOLITANUS, METROPOLITANA, METROPOLITANUM] : ADJ metropolitan, belonging to a metropolis/chief city;

[METROPOLITANUS, METROPOLITANI] : N metropolitan, bishop in metropolis/chief city; bishop of a metropolitan church;

[METRUM, METRI] : N measure; meter;

[METUCULOSUS, METUCULOSA, METUCULOSUM] : ADJ timid; frightful;

[METUO, METUERE, METUI] : V fear; be afraid; stand in fear of; be apprehensive, dread;

[METUO] : to fear, dread, be frightened.

[METUS, METUS] : N fear, anxiety; dread, awe; object of awe/dread;

[METUS] : fear, dread, anxiety.

[MEUS, MEA, MEUM] : ADJ my (personal possession); mine, of me, belonging to me; my own; to me;

[MEUS] : my.

[MGHSS 25] : 268].

[MICA, MICAE] : N particle, grain, crumb;

[MICA] : crumb, morsel, grain/ small loaf.

[MICA] : crumb, morsel, grain / small loaf.

[MICANS, (GEN.), MICANTIS] : ADJ flashing, gleaming, sparkling, twinkling, glittering;

[MICANS] : twinkling, sparkling, shining, gleaming, flashing, glowing.

[MICHINA] : nostril.

[MICO, MICARE, MICUI] : V vibrate, quiver, twinkle; tremble, throb; beat (pulse); dart, flash, glitter;

[MICO] : glitter, gleam, shine, sparkle, flash, be bright.

[MICO] : to serve / quiver, shake, palpitate.

[MICO] : to serve/ quiver, shake, palpitate.

[MICRON] : houseleek

[MIGALE, MIGALIS] : N migale, shrew (douay); ferret (king james); shrew-mouse/field-mouse (oed);

[MIGMA, MIGMATIS] : N mixture; mixed/mingled provender; meslin/mixed grain;

[MIGRATIO, MIGRATIONIS] : N change of abode; move;

[MIGRO, MIGRARE, MIGRAVI, MIGRATUS] : V transport; move; change residence/condition; go away; depart; remove;

[MIGRUS] : small, puny.

[MIHI] : (dat.) me / give ME land, lots of land.

[MIHI] : (dat.) me/ give ME land, lots of land.

[MIL, UNDECLINED] : ADJ military/soldier's; abbr mil. for militum/militares; (tr. mil. => colonels);

[MILES MILITIS] : soldier, warrior, knight.

[MILES, MILITIS] : N soldier; foot soldier; soldiery; knight (medieval) (bee);

[MILIA] : (pl.) thousands.

[MILIARE, MILIARIS] : N thousands (pl.); roman mile (1000 paces);

[MILIARIA] : -ae vervain

[MILIARIUM, MILIARI(I)] : N milestone, column resembling a milestone, the one at the forum; a roman mile;

[MILIARIUS, MILIARIA, MILIARIUM] : ADJ thousands, comprising a thousand, 1000 paces long, weighing 1000 pounds;

[MILICINUS] : of millet

[MILIES] : ADV a thousand times; innumerable times;

[MILITARIS -E] : of a soldier, military, martial.

[MILITARIS, MILITARIS, MILITARE] : ADJ of a soldier; military; warlike; (res mllitaris => the art of war);

[MILITIA, MILITIAE] : N military service; campaign;

[MILITO, MILITARE, MILITAVI, MILITATUS] : V be a soldier; fight; serve in the army, serve as a soldier; make war;

[MILITUS] : ground, milled (of grain).

[MILIUM, MILI(I)] : N millet;

[MILIUM, MILI(I)] : N thousands (pl.);

[MILL] : NUM thousand; a thousand; (mille passuum => thousand paces = a mile);

[MILLE, MILIS] : N a thousand (men); thousands (pl.) (milia [passuum] => mile);

[MILLE, MILLESIMUS -A -UM, MILLENI -AE -A, MILIE(N)S] : NUM thousand; a thousand; (mille passuum => thousand paces = a mile);

[MILLE] : a thousand.

[MILLE] : NUM thousand; a thousand; (mille passuum => thousand paces = a mile);

[MILLENSIM] : NUM thousandth;

[MILLENSIMUS, MILLENSIMA, MILLENSIMUM] : NUM thousandth;

[MILLENSUM] : NUM thousandth;

[MILLENSUMUS, MILLENSUMA, MILLENSUMUM] : NUM thousandth;

[MILLIARE, MILLIARIS] : N mile; milestone; millenium; a thousand (of something);

[MILLIARIUM, MILLIARI(I)] : N milestone, column resembling a milestone, one at the forum; roman mile;

[MILLIARIUS, MILLIARIA, MILLIARIUM] : ADJ thousands, comprising a thousand, 1000 paces long, weighing 1000 pounds;

[MILLIES MILIES] : a thousand times.

[MILVUS, MILVI] : N kite;

[MIMA, MIMAE] : N actress performing in mimes;

[MIMULA, MIMULAE] : N little actress;

[MIMUS, MIMI] : N mime; farce; actor in mimes;

[MINA, MINAE] : N greek weight unit (100 drachma/one pound); its weight of silver (1/60 talent);

[MINA, MINAE] : N threats (pl.). menaces; warning signs; projecting points, pinnacles;

[MINACITER, MINACIUS, MINACISSIME] : ADV menacingly; in a threatening manner;

[MINAE] : battlements, parapets / threats, menaces.

[MINAE] : battlements, parapets/ threats, menaces.

[MINAGIUM] : duty of the sale of grain.

[MINAX, (GEN.), MINACIS] : ADJ threatening; boding ill;

[MINEO, MINERE,] : V to project, overhang;

[MINERALIS, MINERALIS, MINERALE] : ADJ mineral-, having the nature of minereal; obtained from the bowels of the earth;

[MINERVA, MINERVAE] : N minerva, roman goddess of wisdom;

[MINGO, MINGERE, MINXI, MINCTUS] : V make water, urinate;

[MINGO, MINGERE, MIXI, MICTUS] : V make water, urinate;

[MINIATUS, MINIATA, MINIATUM] : ADJ colored with red lead, painted vermilion;

[MINIATUS] : damaged, diminished, lessened, decreased.

[MINIME] : in the least degree, very little/ not at all, by no means.

[MINIME] : in the least degree, very little/ not at all, by no means

[MINIMUS] : least, smallest, slightest.

[MINISTER, MINISTRI] : N attendant, servant, waiter; agent, aide; accomplice;

[MINISTERIUM, MINISTERI(I)] : N office, attendance, service, employment, body of helpers; occupation, work;

[MINISTRO, MINISTRARE, MINISTRAVI, MINISTRATUS] : V attend (to), serve, furnish; supply;

[MINISTRO] : to attend, wait upon, assist.

[MINISTRO] : to serve, wait upon, provide, supply.

[MINITABUNDUS, MINITABUNDA, MINITABUNDUM] : ADJ threatening;

[MINITO, MINITARE, MINITAVI, MINITATUS] : V threaten (to), use threats; constitute a danger/threat; hold out as a threat;

[MINITOR, MINITARI, -, MINITATUS SUM] : V threaten (to), use threats; constitute a danger/threat; hold out as a threat;

[MINIUM, MINII] : N native cinnabar; red lead, vermilion;

[MINO, MINARE, MINAVI, MINATUS] : V drive (animals); impel, push, force; threaten?;

[MINOR, MINARI, -, MINATUS SUM] : V threaten, speak/act menacingly; make threatening movement; give indication of;

[MINOR, MINORIS] : N those inferior in rank/grade/age, subordinate; descendants (pl.);

[MINOR] : smaller, less, slighter.

[MINORO, MINORARE, MINORAVI, MINORATUS] : V reduce, make less;

[MINUO MINUI MINUTUM] : To less, diminish, decrease, grow smaller.

[MINUO, MINUERE, MINUI, MINUTUS] : V lessen, reduce, diminish, impair, abate;

[MINUO] : to draw blood, let blood, to bleed (someone).

[MINURRIO, MINURRIRE,] : V chirp, twitter; (of birds);

[MINURRITIO, MINURRITIONIS] : N chirping/twittering; (of birds);

[MINUS] : ADV COMP less; not so well; not quite;

[MINUSCULUS, MINUSCULA, MINUSCULUM] : ADJ somewhat smaller, rather small (size/extent); less important, minor;

[MINUTAL, MINUTALIS] : N dish of minced meat;

[MINUTATIM] : ADV one bit at a time, bit by bit, little by little; singly, one by one; gradually;

[MINUTE, MINUTIUS, MINUTISSIME] : ADV in small pieces; in miniature scale; meanly, petty; nicely, w/discrimination;

[MINUTIM] : ADV bit by bit; into small pieces; gradually;

[MINUTOR] : miner

[MINUTOR] : miner.

[MINUTUS, MINUTA, MINUTUM] : ADJ small, insignificant, petty;

[MIO, MIARE, MIAVI, MIATUS] : V make water, urinate;

[MIRA] : salvia

[MIRABILE DICTU. ] : PHRASE Wonderful to relate.

[MIRABILIS, MIRABILIS, MIRABILE] : ADJ wonderful, marvelous, astonishing, extraordinary;

[MIRABILITER, MIRABILIUS, MIRABILISSIME] : ADV marvellously, amazingly/remarkably/extraordinarily; to an extraordinary degree;

[MIRABUNDUS, MIRABUNDA, MIRABUNDUM] : ADJ wondering;

[MIRACULA] : miraculum ; a miracle play.

[MIRACULOSE] : miraculously.

[MIRACULUM, MIRACULI] : N wonder, marvel; miracle, amazing event;

[MIRATOR, MIRATORIS] : N admirer;

[MIRE] : ADV uncommonly, marvelously; in an amazing manner; to a remarkable extent;

[MIRE] : wonderfully, mervellously, uncommonly.

[MIRIFICATIO, MIRIFICATIONIS] : N wonderful creative power;

[MIRIFICE] : wonderfuly, marvelously, extraordinarily.

[MIRIFICE] : wonderfuly, marvelously, extraordinarily

[MIRIFICENTIA, MIRIFICENTIAE] : N wonder, admiration;

[MIRIFICO, MIRIFICARE, MIRIFICAVI, MIRIFICATUS] : V exalt, magnify, make wonderful;

[MIRIFICUS, MIRIFICA, MIRIFICUM] : ADJ wonderful; amazing;

[MIRO] : to wonder.

[MIROR, MIRARI, -, MIRATUS SUM] : V be amazed at; admire; wonder; marvel at; look on with admiration;

[MIROR] : to marvel at, admire, wonder.

[MIRRA] : = myrrha; mvrra ; myrrh

[MIRUS, MIRA, MIRUM] : ADJ wonderful, strange, remarkable, amazing, surprising, extraordinary;

[MIRUS] : wonderful, astonishing, extraordinary.

[MISCELLANEUM, MISCELLANEI] : N hash(pl.), hotchpotch;

[MISCELLUS, MISCELLA, MISCELLUM] : ADJ mixed; (aes ~ => tablet with names of original holder of land and successors);

[MISCELLUS, MISCELLA, MISCELLUM] : ADJ hybrid, of mixed type/breed; assorted, miscellaneous; an inferior grape/wine;

[MISCEO MISCUI MIXTUM] : to mix, mingle, blend.

[MISCEO, MISCERE, MISCUI, MIXTUS] : V mix, mingle; embroil; confound; stir up;

[MISCHUS] : seed of poplar, elm, etc. A. Souter p.253

[MISELLUS, MISELLA, MISELLUM] : ADJ poor, wretched;

[MISELLUS] : miserable, pathetic, wretched,.

[MISER, MISERA -UM, MISERIOR -OR -US, MISERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ poor, miserable, wretched, unfortunate, unhappy, distressing;

[MISER, MISERI] : N the wretched (pl.);

[MISER] : wretched, unfortunate, miserable.

[MISERABILE] : sadly, mournfully, wretchedly

[MISERABILE] : sadly, mournfully, wretchedly.

[MISERABILIS, MISERABILIS, MISERABILE] : ADJ wretched, miserable, pitiable;

[MISERABILIS] : sad, wretched, mournful, plaintive.

[MISERABILIS] : sad, wretched, mournful, plaintive

[MISERANDUS, MISERANDA, MISERANDUM] : ADJ pitiable, unfortunate;

[MISERATIO, MISERATIONIS] : N pity, compassion;

[MISERATIO] : a fine, charge, tax, amercement.

[MISERATOR, MISERATORIS] : N commiserator; one who pities;

[MISERATOR, MISERATORIS] : N one who pities/has compassion; merciful person; commiserator;

[MISERE] : ADV wretchedly, desperately;

[MISERE] : wretchedly, miserably.

[MISEREO, MISEREOR] : to pity.

[MISEREO, MISERERE, MISERUI, MISERITUS] : V pity, feel pity; show/have mercy/compassion/pity for (w/gen);

[MISEREO, MISERERE, MISERUI, MISERTUS] : V pity, feel pity; show/have mercy/compassion/pity for (w/gen);

[MISEREOR, MISERERI, -, MISERITUS SUM] : V pity, feel pity; show/have mercy/compassion/pity for (w/gen);

[MISEREOR, MISERERI, -, MISERTUS SUM] : V pity, feel pity; show/have mercy/compassion/pity for (w/gen);

[MISERESCO, MISERESCERE,] : V have compassion (on/for) (w/gen);

[MISERET, MISERERE, MISERIT] : V it distresses/grieves me; i am moved to pity, i feel sorry for (w/me + gen);

[MISERIA, MISERIAE] : N misery, distress, woe, wretchedness;

[MISERICORDALITER] : mercifully.

[MISERICORDIA, MISERICORDIAE] : N pity, sympathy; compassion, mercy; pathos;

[MISERICORDIA] : pity, mercy.

[MISERICORDITER] : miserably, wretchedly, cruelly.

[MISERICORS, (GEN.), MISERICORDIS] : ADJ merciful, tenderhearted;

[MISERO, MISERARE, MISERAVI, MISERATUS] : V pity, feel sorry for; view with compassion; (vocal sorrow/compassion);

[MISEROR, MISERARI, -, MISERATUS SUM] : V pity, feel sorry for; view with compassion; (vocal sorrow/compassion);

[MISEROR] : (+dative) to pity.

[MISFACIO] : to do wrong to, injure, hurt, harm.

[MISSA, MISSAE] : N mass (eccl.);

[MISSA] : holy mass

[MISSA] : holy mass.

[MISSICIUS, MISSICIA, MISSICIUM] : ADJ discharged from military service;

[MISSILIS, MISSILIS, MISSILE] : ADJ that may be thrown, missile;

[MISSIO, MISSIONIS] : N mission, sending (away); dismissal, discharge (of soldiers); reprieve;

[MISSITO, MISSITARE, MISSITAVI, MISSITATUS] : V send repeatedly;

[MISSUS, MISSI] : N messenger; legate;

[MISSUS, MISSUS] : N sending (away); despatch; shooting, discharge of missiles;

[MITESCO, MITESCERE,] : V become/be/grow mild/soft/gentle/mellow/tame/civilized; soften;

[MITESCO] : to grow mild, ameliorate.

[MITHRIDATES, MITHRIDATIS] : N mithridates; (various kings of pontus, esp. the great beaten by sulla/pompey);

[MITIGO, MITIGARE, MITIGAVI, MITIGATUS] : V soften; lighten, alleviate; soothe; civilize;

[MITIGO] : to make mild or ripe, make smooth, pacify, appease.

[MITIS, MITIS, MITE] : ADJ mild, meek, gentle, placid, soothing; clement; ripe, sweet and juicy;

[MITIS] : mild, gentle / ripe, mature.

[MITIS] : mild, gentle/ ripe, mature.

[MITRA, MITRAE] : N mitre (bishop/abbot); oriental headband/coif/turban/head-dress; rope/cable;

[MITRATUS, MITRATA, MITRATUM] : ADJ wearing the mitra;

[MITRIDATES, MITRIDATIS] : N mithridates; (various kings of pontus, esp. the great beaten by sulla/pompey);

[MITTO, MITTERE, ADDITIONAL, FORMS] : V send, throw, hurl, cast; let out, release, dismiss; disregard;

[MITTO, MITTERE, MISI, MISSUS] : V send, throw, hurl, cast; let out, release, dismiss; disregard;

[MITTO] : misi ; missum ; to send, dispatch.

[MITULUS, MITULI] : N an edible mussel;

[MNA, MNAE] : N greek weight unit (100 drachma/one pound); its weight of silver (1/60 talent);

[MNEMOSYNUM, MNEMOSYNI] : N souvenir, memorial;

[MOÀ ÀD] : deror ; to guide, manage, mitigate, measure.

[MOABITES, MOABITAE] : N moabite, inhabitant of moab (land north of the dead sea);

[MOABITIS, (GEN.), MOABITIDIS] : ADJ moabite, of moab (land north of the dead sea);

[MOABITIS, MOABITIDOS/IS] : N moabite woman, inhabitant of moab (land north of the dead sea);

[MOBILIS, MOBILE, MOBILIOR -OR -US, MOBILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ movable; mobile; quick, active; changeable, shifting; fickle, easily swayed;

[MOBILITAS, MOBILITATIS] : N mobility, agility; speed; quickness of mind; inconstancy;

[MOBILITER, MOBILIUS, MOBILISSIME] : ADV quickly, rapidly, actively; changeably, inconstantly, in a fickle manner;

[MOBILITO, MOBILITARE, MOBILITAVI, MOBILITATUS] : V to set in motion;

[MODERABILIS, MODERABILIS, MODERABILE] : ADJ controllable;

[MODERAMEN, MODERAMINIS] : N rudder; management, government;

[MODERAMEN] : management, direction.

[MODERATIO, MODERATIONIS] : N moderation; self control; guidance; government, regulation;

[MODERATOR, MODERATORIS] : N governor, master; user, one who restrains;

[MODERATUS, MODERATA, MODERATUM] : ADJ controlled, restrained, moderate, temperate, sober;

[MODERO, MODERARE, -, MODERATUS] : V check, slow down, control;

[MODEROR, MODERARI, -, MODERATUS SUM] : V guide; control; regulate; govern;

[MODEROR] : conduct, play an instrument

[MODEROR] : take with moderation, temper.

[MODEROR] : to moderate, diminish, direct, govern.

[MODESTE] : discreetly.

[MODESTIA, MODESTIAE] : N restraint, temperateness; discipline; modesty;

[MODESTIA] : moderation.

[MODESTUS, MODESTA, MODESTUM] : ADJ restrained, mild; modest; reserved; disciplined;

[MODESTUS] : moderate.

[MODESTUS] : orderly, within bounds, moderate, restrained.

[MODICA] : moderate, within bounds, limited, undistinguished.

[MODICUM, MODICI] : N short/small time; short distance, little way; little, small amount;

[MODICUS, MODICA, MODICUM] : ADJ moderate; temperate, restrained; small (bee);

[MODICUS, MODICI] : N short/small time; short distance, little way; little, small amount;

[MODICUS] : ordinary, undistinguished, within bounds.

[MODICUS] : scanty, meager.

[MODIFICATUS, MODIFICATA, MODIFICATUM] : ADJ measured;

[MODIO] : a grain measure, a bushel basket.

[MODIUS, MODI(I)] : N peck; roman dry measure; (about 2 gallons/8000 cc);

[MODIUS] : peck, bushel.

[MODO ... MODO] : at one time .. at another.

[MODO...MODO] : at one time ... at another.

[MODO] : ADV only, merely; just now/recently, lately; presently;

[MODO] : CONJ but, if only; but only;

[MODO] : now, just now, only.

[MODO] : only, just now

[MODULATE, MODULATIUS, MODULATISSIME] : ADV melodiously, in a musical manner;

[MODULATIO, MODULATIONIS] : N modulation, inflection of tone; calculation of measurements from a standard;

[MODULATIO, MODULATIONIS] : N singing, playing; melody, song; rhythmic/regular measure; marching in time;

[MODULATOR, MODULATORIS] : N composer, one who makes up tunes; musician, director of music (l+s); measurer;

[MODULOR, MODULARI, -, MODULATUS SUM] : V sing; play; set to music;

[MODULUS, MODULI] : N little measure;

[MODUS OPERANDI (ABB. M.O.) ] : PHRASE way of operating

[MODUS VIVENDI ] : PHRASE way of living

[MODUS, MODI] : N manner, mode, way, method; rule, rhythm, beat, measure, size; bound, limit;

[MODUS] : measure, bound, limit/ manner, method, mode, way.

[MODUS] : measure, bound, limit / manner, method, mode, way.

[MOECHA, MOECHAE] : N adulteress; slut; tart;

[MOECHA] : adulteress.

[MOECHOR, MOECHARI, -, MOECHATUS SUM] : V commit adultery;

[MOECHOR] : to commit adultery.

[MOECHUS, MOECHI] : N adulterer;

[MOENE, MOENIS] : N defensive/town walls (pl.), bulwarks; fortifications; fortified town; castle;

[MOENIA] : fortifications of a city/ ramparts/ castle, fortress.

[MOENIA] : walls, fortifications of a city / ramparts / castle, fortress

[MOENIA] : walls, walled town, city, mansion, dwelling.

[MOERE] : bemoan, moan.

[MOEREO, MOERERE,] : V grieve, be sad, mourn; bewail/mourn for/lament; utter mournfully;

[MOEROR, MOERORIS] : N grief, sorrow, sadness; mourning;

[MOEROR] : grief, sorrow.

[MOESTIFER] : sorrowful.

[MOESTITIA] : sorrow.

[MOGUNTIUM] : Mainz.

[MOLA, MOLAE] : N millstone; ground meal; mill (pl.) (salsa ~ => salted meal, for sacrifices);

[MOLARIS, MOLARIS] : N rock as large as a millstone used as a missile; molar tooth;

[MOLES, MOLIS] : N mass (huge); bulk; monster; massive structure; difficulty, trouble, danger;

[MOLES] : huge bulk, massive building, might.

[MOLESTE FERE] : to be vexed.

[MOLESTE, MOLESTIUS, MOLESTISSIME] : ADV annoyingly; in a vexing/annoying/distressing/tiresome manner;

[MOLESTE] : take annoyance/ moleste fero I take annoyance.

[MOLESTIA, MOLESTIAE] : N trouble, annoyance;

[MOLESTIA] : annoyalce, troublesomeness / stiffness, affectation.

[MOLESTIA] : annoyalce, troublesomeness/ stiffness, affectation.

[MOLESTO, MOLESTARE, MOLESTAVI, MOLESTATUS] : V disturb, vex, annoy, worry, trouble;

[MOLESTUS, MOLESTA -UM, MOLESTIOR -OR -US, MOLESTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ annoying; troublesome; tiresome; (molestus esse => to be a worry/nuisance);

[MOLESTUS] : troublesome, disagreeable, annoying.

[MOLIMEN, MOLIMINIS] : N effort, vehemence; bulk; weight;

[MOLIMEN] : an attempt.

[MOLIMENTUM, MOLIMENTI] : N exertion, labour;

[MOLIOR, MOLIRI, -, MOLITUS SUM] : V struggle, labor, labor at; construct, build; undertake, set in motion, plan;

[MOLIOR] : to attempt

[MOLIOR] : to build, erect, construct, contrive, toil, struggle.

[MOLLESCO, MOLLESCERE,] : V become soft; become gentle or effeminate;

[MOLLICULUS, MOLLICULA, MOLLICULUM] : ADJ soft, tender; effeminate;

[MOLLIO, MOLLIRE, MOLLIVI, MOLLITUS] : V soften, mitigate, make easier; civilize, tame, enfeeble;

[MOLLIO] : to soften, make pliant.

[MOLLIPES, (GEN.), MOLLIPEDIS] : ADJ soft-footed;

[MOLLIS, MOLLIS, MOLLE] : ADJ soft; flexible; calm; gentle; pliant, tender; smooth; mild, weak; effeminate;

[MOLLIS] : soft, pliant, flexible, easily moved, gentle.

[MOLLITER, MOLLIUS, MOLLISSIME] : ADV calmly/quietly/softly/gently/smoothly/easily; w/out pain/anger/harshness; weakly

[MOLLITIA, MOLLITIAE] : N softness, tenderness; weakness, effeminacy;

[MOLLITIES, MOLLITIEI] : N softness, tenderness; weakness, effeminacy;

[MOLLITUDO, MOLLITUDINIS] : N softness, yielding quality; flexibility (voice); mildness/leniency; weakness;

[MOLO, MOLERE, MOLUI, MOLITUS] : V grind;

[MOLOSSUS, MOLOSSI] : N hunting dog/molessian hound; (molessia in epirus); metrical foot of three long;

[MOLY, MOLYOS/IS] : N N plant (white flower and black root) (mythical used by odysseus against circe);

[MOMEN, MOMINIS] : N movement; impulse; a trend;

[MOMENTALITER] : ADV in a moment;

[MOMENTANA, MOMENTANAE] : N delicate scales for weighing gold/silver/coins;

[MOMENTANEUS, MOMENTANEA, MOMENTANEUM] : ADJ momentary, of brief duration; quick;

[MOMENTARIUS, MOMENTARIA, MOMENTARIUM] : ADJ momentary/of brief duration/quick; temporary/short-lived; quick-acting (poison);

[MOMENTOSUS, MOMENTOSA, MOMENTOSUM] : ADJ momentary, of brief duration; quick, rapid;

[MOMENTUM, MOMENTI] : N moment, importance, influence; motion, movement; impulse, effort;

[MONACHA, MONACHAE] : N nun;

[MONACHICUS] : monastic, liturgical.

[MONACHISMUS, MONACHISMI] : N monasticism; monastic life;

[MONACHUS, MONACHI] : N monk;

[MONACHUS] : monk.

[MONARCHIA, MONARCHIAE] : N monarchy; absolute rule;

[MONARCHIA] : monarchy.

[MONASTERIALIS, MONASTERIALIS, MONASTERIALE] : ADJ monastic;

[MONASTERIENSE] : Mnster.

[MONASTERIENSE] : Mnster.

[MONASTERIUM, MONASTERII] : N monastery;

[MONASTERIUM] : monastery, abbey, convent.

[monastery]

[monastery].

[MONASTICA] : religious.

[MONASTICUS, MONASTICA, MONASTICUM] : ADJ monastic;

[MONEAEUM] : plum, damson A. Souter p.256

[MONEDULA, MONEDULAE] : N jackdaw;

[MONEO, MONERE, MONUI, MONITUS] : V remind, advise, warn; teach; admonish; foretell, presage;

[MONEO] : to warn, admonish, remind, advise, instruct.

[MONETA, MONETAE] : N money/coinage; die on which coin is struck, stamp; mint, temple striking coins;

[MONETALIS, MONETALIS, MONETALE] : ADJ of the mint;

[MONILE, MONILIS] : N necklace, collar; collar (for horses and other animals);

[MONIMENTUM, MONIMENTI] : N monument;

[MONITIO, MONITIONIS] : N admonition, warning; advice;

[MONITIO] : admonition, warning.

[MONITOR, MONITORIS] : N counselor, preceptor; prompter;

[MONITUM] : admonition.

[MONITUS, MONITUS] : N warning, command; advice, counsel;

[MONOCEROS, MONOCEROTIS] : N unicorn; (fabulous animal);

[MONOCEROTOS, MONOCEROTI] : N unicorn; (fabulous animalf;

[MONOCHORDON, MONOCHORDI] : N musical instrument with one string; (erasmus);

[MONOGRAMMON] : ADJ sketched in outline; insubstantial, shadowy; jasper marked w/single line;

[MONOGRAMMOS, MONOGRAMMOS] : ADJ sketched in outline; insubstantial, shadowy; jasper marked w/single line;

[MONOGRAMMUS, MONOGRAMMA, MONOGRAMMUM] : ADJ sketched in outline; insubstantial, shadowy; jasper marked w/single line;

[MONOPODIUM, MONOPODII] : N table with one foot;

[MONOPOLIUM, MONOPOLI(I)] : N monopily, right of exclusive sale in a community;

[MONS MONTIS] : mountain, mount.

[MONS, MONTIS] : N mountain; huge rock; towering heap;

[MONS] : montis ; mountain, mount.

[MONSTRATOR, MONSTRATORIS] : N guide, demonstrator;

[MONSTRIFER, MONSTRIFERA, MONSTRIFERUM] : ADJ producing monsters/portents; monster-bearing (l+s); monstrous/horrid, misshapen;

[MONSTRIGENUS, MONSTRIGENA, MONSTRIGENUM] : ADJ monster-bearing; producing monsters;

[MONSTRIGER, MONSTRIGERA, MONSTRIGERUM] : ADJ producing monsters/portents; monster-bearing (l+s); monstrous/horrid, misshapen;

[MONSTRO, MONSTRARE, MONSTRAVI, MONSTRATUS] : V show; point out, reveal; advise, teach;

[MONSTRO] : to ordain.

[MONSTRO] : to show, appoint, point out, ordain, appoint, nominate.

[MONSTRUM, MONSTRI] : N monster; portent, unnatural thing/event regarded as omen/sign/portent;

[MONSTRUM] : portent, omen, monster.

[MONSTRUM] : portent.

[MONSTRUOSUS, MONSTRUOSA, MONSTRUOSUM] : ADJ strange, monstrous, ill-omened;

[MONTANUS, MONTANA, MONTANUM] : ADJ mountainous;

[MONTENSEM] : Mons.

[MONTEPESSULANUS, MONTEPESSULANI] : N montpellier (in southern france);

[MONTICOLA, MONTICOLAE] : N mountain dweller; highlander; mountaineer;

[MONTICOLUS, MONTICOLA, MONTICOLUM] : ADJ mountain dwelling;

[MONTIVAGUS, MONTIVAGA, MONTIVAGUM] : ADJ wandering over the mountains;

[MONTUOSUS, MONTUOSA, MONTUOSUM] : ADJ mountainous;

[MONUMENTUM, MONUMENTI] : N reminder; memorial, monument, tomb; record, literary work, history, book;

[MONUMENTUM] : memorial or token of remembrance, remembrance.

[MORA, MORAE] : N delay, hindrance, obstacle; pause;

[MORA] : delay

[MORA] : delay.

[MORALIS, MORALIS, MORALE] : ADJ moral; of philosophy, concerned w/ethics; concerned w/moral philosophy;

[MORATLIS] : mortal.

[MORATOR, MORATORIS] : N delayer; loiterer;

[MORATUS, MORATA, MORATUM] : ADJ endowed with character or manners of a specified kind; gentle, civilized;

[MORBIDUS, MORBIDA, MORBIDUM] : ADJ diseased; unhealthy;

[MORBUS, MORBI] : N sickness, illness, weakness; disease; distress; vice;

[MORBUS] : sickness, disease, illness.

[MORDACITAS, MORDACITATIS] : N stinging, property of stinging; biting sarcasm (erasmus);

[MORDACITER] : ADV sharply, bitingly, stingingly, caustically;

[MORDAX, (GEN.), MORDACIS] : ADJ biting, snappish; tart; cutting, sharp; caustic;

[MORDEO, MORDERE, MOMORDI, MORSUS] : V bite; sting; hurt, pain; vex; criticize, carp at; eat, consume; bite/cut into;

[MORDICUS] : ADV by biting, with the teeth; tenaciously;

[MORES, MORIUM] : ways, conduct, character, morals.

[MORIBUNDUS, MORIBUNDA, MORIBUNDUM] : ADJ dying;

[MORIGERO, MORIGERARE, MORIGERAVI, MORIGERATUS] : V be compliant/indulgent to; gratify; humor;

[MORIGEROR, MORIGERARI, -, MORIGERATUS SUM] : V be compliant/indulgent to; gratify; humor;

[MORIGERUS, MORIGERA, MORIGERUM] : ADJ compliant, indulgent; obliging;

[MORIO, MORIONIS] : N fool, idiot kept as a laughing-stock; jester (erasmus);

[MORIOR, MORI, -, MORTUUS SUM] : V die, expire, pass/die/wither away/out; fail; decay;

[MORIOR] : to die, wither away, decay.

[moris] will, inclination/ custom, wont, usage, rule.

[MOROLOGUS, MOROLOGA, MOROLOGUM] : ADJ talking like a fool;

[MOROR, MORARI, -, MORATUS SUM] : V delay; stay, stay behind; devote attention to;

[MOROR] : to stay, remain, reside, linger.

[MOROSUS, MOROSA, MOROSUM] : ADJ hard to please, persnickety;

[MOROSUS] : capricious.

[MORS MORTIS] : death.

[MORS ULTIMA LINEA RERUM EST. ] : PHRASE Death is everything's final limit.

[MORS, MORTIS] : N death; corpse; annihilation;

[MORSUS, MORSUS] : N bite, sting; anguish, pain; jaws; teeth;

[MORSUS] : a biting, bite, also, sting, pain.

[MORTALIS, MORTALIS, MORTALE] : ADJ mortal, transient; human, of human origin;

[MORTALIS] : mortal.

[MORTALITAS, MORTALITATIS] : N mortality; death;

[MORTALITAS] : a pestilence A. Souter p.257

[MORTALITAS] : the state of being mortal/ death, a dying.

[MORTALITAS] : the state of being mortal/ death, a dying

[MORTARIOLUM, MORTARIOLI] : N small mortar;

[MORTARIOLUM] : small mortar A. Souter p.257

[MORTARIUM, MORTARII] : N mortar; bowl/trough in which materials are pounded/groun

[MORTICINUS, MORTICINA, MORTICINUM] : ADJ not slaughtered, of animal that died natural death/its flesh; of dead tissue;

[MORTIFER, MORTIFERA, MORTIFERUM] : ADJ deadly, fatal, death bringing; destructive;

[MORTIFER] : deadly, death-bringing.

[MORTIFERA] : deadly things

[MORTIFERA] : deadly things.

[MORTIFICO, MORTIFICARE, MORTIFICAVI, MORTIFICATUS] : V kill; destroy; mortify, subdue, reduce to weakness;

[MORTUAL, MORTUALIS] : N funeral song, dirge;

[MORTUUS, MORTUA, MORTUUM] : ADJ dead, deceased; limp;

[MORTUUS, MORTUI] : N corpse, the dead one; the dead;

[MORTUUS] : dead, deceased, passed away, gone West, departed.

[MORULO] : to linger.

[MORUM, MORI] : N mulberry; fruit of the black mulberry;

[MORUS, MORI] : N black mulberry tree;

[MOS, MORIS] : N custom, habit; mood, manner, fashion; character (pl.), behavior, morals;

[MOS] : manners habit, customs.

[MOS] : moris/ will, inclination/ custom, wont, usage, rule.

[MOSA, MOSAE] : N the river maas/meuse, in holland/france/belgium;

[MOSYLITIS] : cassia Greek, A. Souter p.257

[MOSYLON] : cinnamon, best kind of Greek, A. Souter p.257

[MOTO, MOTARE, MOTAVI, MOTATUS] : V set in motion, shake, stir, etc;

[MOTO] : a kind of cinnamon Greek, A. Souter p.257

[MOTUS, MOTUS] : N movement, motion; riot, commotion, disturbance; gesture; emotion;

[MOTUS-US] : m, motion (earth quake)

[MOTUS-US] : m, motion (earth quake).

[MOVEO MOTI MOTUM] : to move, arouse, affect, influence.

[MOVEO, MOVERE, MOVI, MOTUS] : V move, stir, agitate, affect, provoke, disturb; (movere se => to dance);

[MOX] : ADV soon, next (time/position);

[MOX] : soon, presently, then, thereupon.

[MUCIDUS, MUCIDA, MUCIDUM] : ADJ snivelling; moldy, musty;

[MUCRO, MUCRONIS] : N sword, sword point, sharp point;

[MUCRO] : a sharp point, edge, dagger point.

[MUCRO] : sword's point, sword.

[MUCUS, MUCI] : N mucus, snot; recess, innermost part of a house;

[MUGIL, MUGILIS] : N gray mullet;

[MUGILIS, MUGILIS] : N gray mullet;

[MUGINOR, MUGINARI, -, MUGINATUS SUM] : V to loiter, dally;

[MUGIO, MUGIRE, MUGIVI, MUGITUS] : V low, bellow; make a loud deep noise;

[MUGIO] : to groan, bellow, roar, low.

[MUGITUS, MUGITUS] : N lowing, bellowing; roaring, rumble;

[MUGITUS] : bellowing.

[MULA, MULAE] : N she-mule; mule;

[MULCEO, MULCERE, MULSI, MULSUS] : V stroke, touch lightly, fondle, soothe, appease, charm, flatter, delight;

[MULCEO] : to soften up.

[MULCIBER, MULCIBERI] : N surname of vulcan; fire;

[MULCIBER, MULCIBERIS] : N surname of vulcan; fire;

[MULCO, MULCARE, MULCAVI, MULCATUS] : V beat up, thrash, cudgel; worst, treat roughly;

[MULCO] : to damage.

[MULCTRA, MULCTRAE] : N milk pail, milking pail; milk in a milk pail (l+s);

[MULCTRALE, MULCTRALIS] : N milk pail, milking pail;

[MULCTRARIUM, MULCTRARII] : N milk pail, milking pail;

[MULCTRUM, MULCTRI] : N milk pail, milking pail;

[MULGARIUM, MULGARII] : N milk pail, milking pail;

[MULGEO, MULGERE, MULSI, MULSUS] : V milk (an animal); extract (milk);

[MULIEBRIS, MULIEBRIS, MULIEBRE] : ADJ feminine, womanly, female; woman's; womanish, effeminate;

[MULIEBRIS] : womanly.

[MULIER, MULIERIS] : N woman; wife; mistress;

[MULIER] : woman.

[MULIERARIUS, MULIERARIA, MULIERARIUM] : ADJ womanish;

[MULIERCULA, MULIERCULAE] : N little/weak/foolish woman; little hussy;

[MULIEROSITAS, MULIEROSITATIS] : N love of women;

[MULIEROSUS, MULIEROSA, MULIEROSUM] : ADJ fond of women;

[MULINUS, MULINA, MULINUM] : ADJ of a mule, mulish;

[MULIO, MULIONIS] : N muleteer;

[MULLUS, MULLI] : N red mullet (fish);

[MULSUM, MULSI] : N drink from honey and wine;

[MULTA, MULTAE] : N fine; penalty;

[MULTANGULUS, MULTANGULA, MULTANGULUM] : ADJ many-cornered;

[MULTATICIUS, MULTATICIA, MULTATICIUM] : ADJ relating to a fine;

[MULTESIMUS, MULTESIMA, MULTESIMUM] : ADJ very small;

[MULTI] : many, numerous / the common herd.

[MULTI] : many, numerous/ the common herd.

[MULTICANUS] : harmonious.

[MULTICAVUS, MULTICAVA, MULTICAVUM] : ADJ porous;

[MULTIFARIAM] : ADV in many places;

[MULTIFARIAM] : in many ways.

[MULTIFIDUS, MULTIFIDA, MULTIFIDUM] : ADJ splintered;

[MULTIFLUUS] : copiously-flowing.

[MULTIFORMIS, MULTIFORMIS, MULTIFORME] : ADJ having many shapes;

[MULTIGENERIS, MULTIGENERIS, MULTIGENERE] : ADJ of many kinds;

[MULTIGENUS, MULTIGENA, MULTIGENUM] : ADJ of many different sorts;

[MULTIJUGIS, MULTIJUGIS, MULTIJUGE] : ADJ yoked many together; manifold, of many sorts;

[MULTIJUGUS, MULTIJUGA, MULTIJUGUM] : ADJ yoked many together; manifold, of many sorts;

[MULTILOQUAX, (GEN.), MULTILOQUACIS] : ADJ talkative;

[MULTILOQUIUM, MULTILOQUI(I)] : N loquaciousness, excessive talking;

[MULTILOQUUS, MULTILOQUA, MULTILOQUUM] : ADJ garrulous, talkative, that talks too much;

[MULTIMODIS] : ADV in many ways, variously;

[MULTIMODUS, MULTIMODA, MULTIMODUM] : ADJ various, munifold;

[MULTIMODUS] : manifold.

[MULTIPLEX, (GEN.), MULTIPLICIS] : ADJ having many windings; having many layers/thicknesses; changeable;

[MULTIPLEX] : manifold, many-fold, many times/ tortuous.

[MULTIPLEX] : manifold, many-fold, many times / tortuous

[MULTIPLICABILIS, MULTIPLICABILIS, MULTIPLICABILE] : ADJ multiple, manifold;

[MULTIPLICATIO, MULTIPLICATIONIS] : N multiplication; act of increasing in number/quantity; multiple;

[MULTIPLICITER] : ADV in many different ways;

[MULTIPLICITER] : in many ways, in various ways.

[MULTIPLICITER] : in many ways, in various ways

[MULTIPLICO, MULTIPLICARE, MULTIPLICAVI, MULTIPLICATUS] : V multiply, increase;

[MULTIS PROSECUTIONIBUS] : pursuing the matter many times.

[MULTITUDO, MULTITUDINIS] : N multitude, great number; crowd; rabble, mob;

[MULTO, MULTARE, MULTAVI, MULTATUS] : V punish, fine; extract a forfeit;

[MULTO] : ADV much, by much, a great deal, very; most; by far; long (before/after;

[MULTO] : by much, by far, by a great deal, by a lot.

[MULTO] : torment, fine, distrain.

[MULTOT] : NUM many times;

[MULTUM, MULTI] : N many things (pl.); much; many;

[MULTUM, PLUS, PLURIMUM] : ADV much, greatly, plenty, very; more; most;

[MULTUM] : much, greatly.

[MULTUS PLUS PLURIMUM] : much, a lot.

[MULTUS, MULTA -UM, -, PLURIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ much, many, great, many a; large, intense, assiduous; tedious;

[MULTUS] : much, great.

[MULTUS] : much, great

[MULTUS] : ne multus ; briefly, in brief.

[MULUS, MULI] : N mule;

[MUNDANUS, MUNDANA, MUNDANUM] : ADJ of/belonging to the world/universe; mundane; worldly; of this world (bee);

[MUNDANUS, MUNDANI] : N inhabitant of the world; worldly person, cosomopolitan;

[MUNDIALIS, MUNDIALIS, MUNDIALE] : ADJ worldly, belonging to the world; mundane; of sacred vault of ceres (old);

[MUNDIALITER] : ADV in the manner of the world;

[MUNDITIA, MUNDITIAE] : N cleanness, elegance of appearance, manners or taste;

[MUNDITIES, MUNDITIEI] : N cleanness, elegance of appearance, manners or taste;

[MUNDO, MUNDARE, MUNDAVI, MUNDATUS] : V clean, cleanse, make clean/tidy; (eccl. - ceremonially/spiritually);

[MUNDO] : to clean.

[MUNDUS VULT DECIPI, ERGO DECIPIATUR. ] : PHRASE The world wants to be betrayed, therefore let it be betrayed.

[MUNDUS, MUNDA -UM, MUNDIOR -OR -US, MUNDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ clean, cleanly, nice, neat, elegant ,delicate; refined, pure;

[MUNDUS, MUNDI] : N universe, heavens; world, mankind; toilet/dress (woman), ornament, decoration;

[MUNDUS] : clean, neat, elegant.

[MUNDUS] : world, universe.

[MUNERO, MUNERARE, MUNERAVI, MUNERATUS] : V to give, present;

[MUNERO/ MUNERIOR] : to give, present.

[MUNEROR, MUNERARI, -, MUNERATUS SUM] : V to give, present;

[MUNIA] : tributes, gifts, payments.

[MUNICEPS, MUNICIPIS] : N citizen/native (of a municipality);

[MUNICIPALIS, MUNICIPALIS, MUNICIPALE] : ADJ of, belonging to or typical of a municipium; provincial (contemptous insult);

[MUNICIPIUM, MUNICIPI(I)] : N municipality, town; town subject to rome but under its own laws; free town;

[MUNIFICATOR] : bestower of gifts.

[MUNIFICENTIA, MUNIFICENTIAE] : N bountifulness, munificence;

[MUNIFICO] : to present with something, "gratifier".

[MUNIFICUS, MUNIFICA, MUNIFICUM] : ADJ bountiful, liberal, munificent;

[MUNIFICUS] : munificent, generous.

[MUNIMEN, MUNIMINIS] : N fortification; defence;

[MUNIMEN] : fortification.

[MUNIMENTUM, MUNIMENTI] : N fortification, bulwark; defense, protection;

[MUNIMENTUM] : fortification, protection, defenses.

[MUNIO, MUNIRE, MUNIVI, MUNITUS] : V fortify; strengthen; protect, defend, safeguard; build (a road);

[MUNIO] : to fortify, defend, protect / build a road.

[MUNIO] : to fortify, defend, protect/ build a road.

[MUNITA] : fortifications.

[MUNITIO, MUNITIONIS] : N fortifying; fortification;

[MUNITIO] : fortifying, defense works, bridging, fortification.

[MUNITIO] : rampart.

[MUNITIUNCULA, MUNITIUNCULAE] : N small/little fortification/stronghold;

[MUNITOR, MUNITORIS] : N one who builds fortifications;

[MUNITUS, MUNITA -UM, MUNITIOR -OR -US, MUNITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ defended, fortified; protected, secured, safe;

[MUNITUS] : fortified.

[MUNIUM, MUNI(I)] : N duties (pl.), functions;

[MUNUS, MUNERIS] : N service; duty, office, function; gift; tribute, offering; bribes (pl.);

[MUNUS] : gift, present, spectacle, function, tribute, service.

[MUNUS] : muneris ; service, office, function, duty/ gift.

[MUNUS] : muneris ; service, office, function, duty / gift.

[MUNUSCULUM, MUNUSCULI] : N small present or favor;

[MURAENA, MURAENAE] : N kind of eel, the moray or lamprey;

[MURALIS, MURALIS, MURALE] : ADJ of walls; of a (city) wall; turreted; mural;

[MURATUS, MURATA, MURATUM] : ADJ walled, surrounded by walls;

[MURELEGUS, MURELEGI] : N cat; (mouser);

[MURENA, MURENAE] : N kind of eel, the moray or lamprey;

[MUREX, MURICIS] : N the purple fish, shellfish which gave tyrian dye; purple dye; purple cloth;

[MURILEGA, MURILEGAE] : N cat; (mouser);

[MURILEGIUS, MURILEGII] : N cat; (mouser);

[MURILEGUS, MURILEGI] : N cat; (mouser);

[MURMILLO, MURMILLONIS] : N gladiator who wore gallic armor and fish-topped helmet; (usu. fought retiarius);

[MURMUR, MURMURIS] : N murmur, whisper, humming, rustling; roaring (sea/lion/thunder);

[MURMUR] : roaring, murmuring.

[MURMURATIO, MURMURATIONIS] : N grumbling, discontented muttering; uttering of low continuous cries;

[MURMURO, MURMURARE, MURMURAVI, MURMURATUS] : V hum, murmur, mutter; roar;

[MURRA, MURRAE] : N myrrh, an aromatic gum;

[MURRA] : -ae, (fem.) myrrh

[MURREUS, MURREA, MURREUM] : ADJ having the color of myrrh, ie reddish-brown;

[MURUS, MURI] : N wall, city wall;

[MURUS] : barrier, defending wall.

[MUS MURIS] : mouse.

[MUS, MURIS] : N mouse;

[MUS] : muris ; mouse.

[MUSA, MUSAE] : N a muse (one of the goddesses of poetry, music, etc.); sciences/poetry (pl.);

[MUSCA, MUSCAE] : N fly (insect); gadfly, bothersome person;

[MUSCARIUM, MUSCARII] : N fly trap;

[MUSCIPULA, MUSCIPULAE] : N mouse trap;

[MUSCIPULUM, MUSCIPULI] : N mouse trap;

[MUSCOSUS, MUSCOSA, MUSCOSUM] : ADJ mossy;

[MUSCULUS, MUSCULI] : N little mouse; military shed, 'mousie ';

[MUSCUS, MUSCI] : N moss;

[MUSCUS] : moss

[MUSICA, MUSICAE] : N music;

[MUSICUS, MUSICA, MUSICUM] : ADJ belonging to poetry or music, musical;

[MUSINOR, MUSINARI, -, MUSINATUS SUM] : V deliberate about;

[MUSSITO, MUSSITARE, MUSSITAVI, MUSSITATUS] : V mutter/whisper, talk in subdued tones; keep quiet/say nothing (about);

[MUSSITO] : to grumble, mutter.

[MUSSO, MUSSARE, MUSSAVI, MUSSATUS] : V mutter/whisper (discontently); hum (bee); keep quiet (about); hem/haw; hesitate;

[MUSTACEUM, MUSTACEI] : N must-cake, a sort of wedding cake;

[MUSTACEUS, MUSTACEI] : N must-cake, a sort of wedding cake;

[MUSTELA, MUSTELAE] : N weasel;

[MUSTELLA, MUSTELLAE] : N weasel;

[MUSTUM, MUSTI] : N unfermented/partially fermented grape juice/wine, must;

[MUSTUS, MUSTA, MUSTUM] : ADJ fresh, young; unfermented/partially fermented (wine);

[MUTABILIS, MUTABILIS, MUTABILE] : ADJ changeable; inconstant;

[MUTATIO, MUTATIONIS] : N change, alteration; interchange, exchange;

[MUTATIO] : change, alteration, transformation.

[MUTATUS] : altered, changed, become different.

[MUTILO, MUTILARE, MUTILAVI, MUTILATUS] : V maim, mutilate; lop/cut/chop off, crop; cut short;

[MUTILUS, MUTILA, MUTILUM] : ADJ maimed, broken, mutilated; hornless, having lost/stunted horns;

[MUTINIUM, MUTINI(I)] : N penis; (rude);

[MUTO, MUTARE, MUTAVI, MUTATUS] : V move, change, shift, alter, exchange, substitute (for); modify;

[MUTO, MUTONIS] : N penis; (rude);

[MUTO] : punish, fine, mulct.

[MUTO] : to change, alter/ exchange.

[MUTO] : to change, alter / exchange.

[MUTTIO, MUTTIRE, MUTTIVI, MUTTITUS] : V mutter, murmur;

[MUTTO, MUTTONIS] : N penis; (rude);

[MUTTONIUM, MUTTONI(I)] : N penis; (rude);

[MUTUATIO, MUTUATIONIS] : N borrowing;

[MUTULUS, MUTULI] : N an edible mussel;

[MUTULUS, MUTULI] : N projecting shelf/bracket; slab under corona of cornice, mutule, modillion;

[MUTUNIUM, MUTUNI(I)] : N penis; (rude);

[MUTUO] : borrowed, lend,

[MUTUO] : to borrow, procure.

[MUTUOR, MUTUARI, -, MUTUATUS SUM] : V obtain on loan, borrow;

[MUTUS, MUTA, MUTUM] : ADJ dumb, silent, mute; speechless;

[MUTUUS, MUTUA, MUTUUM] : ADJ borrowed, lent; mutual, in return;

[MUTUUS] : a loan. dare mutuum ; to make a loan.

[MUTUUS] : interchanged, mutually, reciprocal/ reciprocity.

[MUTUUS] : interchanged, mutually, reciprocal / reciprocity.

[MUTUUS] : reciprocal, mutual.

[MYOPARO, MYOPARONIS] : N small piratical galley;

[MYOPARON, MYOPARONIS] : N light naval vessel;

[MYREPSICUS, MYREPSICA, MYREPSICUM] : ADJ aromatic; of/for unguents;

[MYRICA, MYRICAE] : N tamarisk; (evergreen bush/shrub/tree);

[MYRICE, MYRICES] : N tamarisk; (evergreen bush/shrub/tree);

[MYRMILLO, MYRMILLIONIS] : N gladiator who wore gallic armor and fish-topped helmet; (usu. fought retiarius);

[MYRRHA, MYRRHAE] : N myrrh, an aromatic gum;

[MYRRUS, MYRRI] : N myrrh, an aromatic gum; precious ointment (vulgate);

[MYRTETUM, MYRTETI] : N myrtle-grove;

[MYRTEUS, MYRTEA, MYRTEUM] : ADJ of myrtle;

[MYRTUM, MYRTI] : N myrtle-berry;

[MYRTUS, MYRTI] : N myrtle, myrtle-tree;

[MYSTA, MYSTAE] : N priest at the mysteries;

[MYSTAGOGUS, MYSTAGOGI] : N priest who showed sacred places to strangers;

[MYSTERIUM, MYSTERI(I)] : N secret service/rite/worship, mystery;

[MYSTES, MYSTAE] : N priest at the mysteries;

[MYSTICUS, MYSTICA, MYSTICUM] : ADJ belonging to the sacred mysteries; mysterious;

[MYTULUS, MYTULI] : N an edible mussel; W:

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