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[N, ABB.] : N numerius, roman praenomen; abbreviated n./num.;

[n. Šuris] neck, throat, gullet.

[N] : PRON we; ourselves;

[NABLE, NABLIS] : N psaltery; (pl. 10/12 stringed instrument w/sounding board behind strings oed);

[NABLIUM, NABLII] : N psaltery; (10/12 stringed instrument w/sounding board behind strings oed);

[NABLUM, NABLI] : N psaltery; (10/12 stringed instrument w/sounding board behind strings oed);

[NACAFTON] : fragant Indian bark used as a spice Dioscorides, p.262

[NACOSTHON] : rosemary Egyptian, p.262

[NAE] : ADV truely, indeed, verily, assuredly; (particle of assurance); (w/personal pron);

[NAEVUS, NAEVI] : N mole (on the body); birthmark;

[NAEVUS] : fault.

[NAIAS, NAIADOS/IS] : N naiad; water nymph; nymph;

[NAIS, NAIDOS/IS] : N naiad; water nymph; nymph;

[NAM CURIOSUS NEMO EST, QUIN SIT MALEVOLUS. ] : PHRASE For nobody is curious, who isn't malevolent.

[NAM ET IPSA SCIENTIA POTESTAS ES. ] : PHRASE Knowledge is power.

[NAM] : but now, certainly.

[NAM] : but now, on the other hand/ surely, for it is certain.

[NAM] : but now, on the other hand / surely, for it is certain

[NAM] : CONJ for, on the other hand; for instance;

[NAM] : conj, for, for example, instance

[NAM] : conj, for, for example, instance.

[NAM] : for.

[NAM] : namque ; (conj.) for/ for example, for instance.

[NAM] : namque ; (conj.) for / for example, for instance / but now, certainly.

[NAMQUE] : CONJ for and in fact, on the other hand; insomuch as (strengthened nam);

[NAMQUE] : for indeed.

[NAMUCENSE] : Namur.

[NANCISCOR, NANCISCI, -, NANCTUS SUM] : V obtain, get; find, meet with, receive, stumble on, light on;

[NANCISCOR, NANCISCI, -, NACTUS SUM] : V obtain, find, get; meet with, receive, stumble on, light on;

[NANUS, NANI] : N dwarf;

[NAPTHA, NAPTHAE] : N naphtha; (vulgate prayer of azariah 1] : 23); flammable/volitile petro-liquid;

[NAPUS] : navew Brassica napa Celsus, Spencer, p.492, List of Alimenta, Vol. I

[NARCISSINUS, NARCISSINA, NARCISSINUM] : ADJ of the narcissus (flower);

[NARCISSUS, NARCISSI] : N narcissus (flower); son of cephisus and liriope; rich freedman of claudius;

[NARDIFER, NARDIFERA, NARDIFERUM] : ADJ producing/bearing nard (an aromatic plant);

[NARDINUM, NARDINI] : N wine flavored with nard (an aromatic plant);

[NARDINUS, NARDINA, NARDINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to nard (an aromatic plant); resembling/smelling like nard; nard-;

[NARDUM 'CRETICUM'] : nard, mountain Valeriana tuberosa (L.) Habitat ; Cilicia, Syria J.I. Miller, p.116

[NARDUM SILVESTRE] : nard, wild Asarum europaeum (L.) Habitat ; Crete (?) J.I. Miller, p.116 also see 'carpesium', under 'un-named'

[NARDUM, NARDI] : N unguent/balsam/oil of nard (an aromatic plant); the plant nard;

[NARDUS, NARDI] : N unguent/balsam/oil of nard (an aromatic plant); the plant nard;

[NARIS, NARIS] : N nostril; nose (pl.);

[NARRABILIS, NARRABILIS, NARRABILE] : ADJ that can be narrated;

[NARRATIO, NARRATIONIS] : N narrative, story;

[NARRATIUNCULA, NARRATIUNCULAE] : N short narrative;

[NARRATUS, NARRATUS] : N narrative, story;

[NARRO, NARRARE, NARRAVI, NARRATUS] : V tell, tell about, relate, narrate, recount, describe;

[NARRO] : to make known, say, speak, narrate.

[NARRO] : to set forth.

[NARTHECIUM, NARTHECII] : N box for perfumes and medicines;

[NASCITURUS, NASCITURA, NASCITURUM] : ADJ about to be born/come into being; should be born/rise; (fut active ppl nascor);

[NASCOR NASCI NATUS] : to be born, spring forth.

[NASCOR, NASCI, -, NATUS SUM] : V be produced spontaneously, come into existance/being; spring forth, grow; live;

[NASCOR, NASCI, -, NATUS SUM] : V be born/begotten/formed/destined; rise (stars), dawn; start, originate; arise;

[NASSA, NASSAE] : N basket for catching fish; a trap, snare;

[NASTURCIUM, NASTURCII] : N kind of cress;

[NASTURCIUM] : cress (Lepidum sativum) Celsus, Spencer, p.492, List of alimenta, Vol. I; (quod nasum torquet; Pliny)

[NASUS, NASI] : N nose; sense of smelling;

[NASUTUS, NASUTA, NASUTUM] : ADJ having a long nose;

[NATA, NATAE] : N daughter; child;

[NATAL, NATALIS] : N birthday; parentage (pl.), origins;

[NATALICIUM, NATALICII] : N birthday party (pl.);

[NATALICIUS, NATALICIA, NATALICIUM] : ADJ relating to birth;

[NATALIS NATALIS] : birthday.

[NATALIS, NATALIS, NATALE] : ADJ natal, of birth;

[NATATOR, NATATORIS] : N swimmer;

[NATIO NATIONIS] : nation, race, people, breed/ pagan people.

[NATIO NATIONIS] : nation, race, people, breed / pagan people

[NATIO, NATIONIS] : N nation, people; birth; race, class, set; gentiles; heathens;

[NATIO] : nation, people.

[NATIS, NATIS] : N buttocks (usu. pl.), rump;

[NATIVITAS, NATIVITATIS] : N birth; nativity; (of christ);

[NATIVITAS] : birth.

[NATIVUS, NATIVA, NATIVUM] : ADJ original; innate; natural; born;

[NATO, NATARE, NATAVI, NATATUS] : V swim; float;

[NATU] : (ab,sing.) by birth.

[NATURA ABHORRET A VACUO. (HORROR VACUI.) ] : PHRASE Nature abhors the void. (the fear of the void.)

[NATURA, NATURAE] : N nature; birth; character;

[NATURA] : nature

[NATURA] : nature.

[NATURALIS, NATURALIS, NATURALE] : ADJ natural; normal, typical, characteristic; inate, inherent; physical (science);

[NATURALIS, NATURALIS] : N physical/natural scientist; physicist; natural philosopher;

[NATURALIS, NATURALIS, NATURALE] : ADJ natural; (not adoptive, parents); (parts of body/genitals, excretory outlets);

[NATURALITER] : ADV naturally, normally; inherently, by nature; spontaneously; by human nature;

[NATUS, NATA, NATUM] : ADJ born, arisen; made; destined; designed, intended, produced by nature; aged, old;

[NATUS, NATI] : N son; child; children (pl.);

[NATUS, NATUS] : N birth; age, years (minor natu => younger); (maior natu => older);

[NAUARCHIA, NAUARCHIAE] : N command of a ship/vessel;

[NAUARCHUS, NAUARCHI] : N captain of a ship;

[NAUARCHUS, NAUARCHI] : N master/captain of a ship; skipper;

[NAUCLERIA, NAUCLERIAE] : N command of a ship/vessel;

[NAUCLERICUS, NAUCLERICA, NAUCLERICUM] : ADJ captain's, of/belonging to a ship's captain;

[NAUCLERIUS, NAUCLERIA, NAUCLERIUM] : ADJ captain's, of/belonging to a ship's captain;

[NAUCLERIUS, NAUCLERII] : N master of a ship/vessel;

[NAUCLERUS, NAUCLERI] : N captain of a ship; master/owner/skipper (l+s);

[NAUCUM, NAUCI] : N trifle; (non nauci habere => to think nothing of);

[NAUFRAGIUM, NAUFRAGI(I)] : N shipwreck;

[NAUFRAGO, NAUFRAGARE, NAUFRAGAVI, NAUFRAGATUS] : V be shipwrecked;

[NAUFRAGUS, NAUFRAGA, NAUFRAGUM] : ADJ shipwrecked; ruined; causing shipwreck;

[NAULUM, NAULI] : N fare, passage money;

[NAUSEA, NAUSEAE] : N nausea; seasickness;

[NAUSEO, NAUSEARE, NAUSEAVI, NAUSEATUS] : V be sea-sick; feel sick;

[NAUSEOLA, NAUSEOLAE] : N squeamishness;

[NAUSIA, NAUSIAE] : N nausea; seasickness;

[NAUSIO, NAUSIARE, NAUSIAVI, NAUSIATUS] : V be sea-sick; feel sick;

[NAUTA, NAUTAE] : N sailor, seaman, mariner;

[NAUTA] : sailor.

[NAUTICUS, NAUTICA, NAUTICUM] : ADJ nautical, naval;

[NAUTICUS, NAUTICI] : N seamen (pl.), sailors;

[NAVALE, NAVALIS] : N dock, shipway;

[NAVALE] : ship's station, dockyard.

[NAVALIS, NAVALIS, NAVALE] : ADJ naval, of ships;

[NAVICULA, NAVICULAE] : N small ship;

[NAVICULARIA, NAVICULARIAE] : N business of a ship-owner;

[NAVICULARIUS, NAVICULARIA, NAVICULARIUM] : ADJ of (small) ships;

[NAVIFRAGUS, NAVIFRAGA, NAVIFRAGUM] : ADJ shipwrecking;

[NAVIGABILIS, NAVIGABILIS, NAVIGABILE] : ADJ navigable, suitable for shipping;

[NAVIGARE NECESSE EST. ] : PHRASE To sail is necessary.

[NAVIGATIO, NAVIGATIONIS] : N sailing; navigation; voyage;

[NAVIGER, NAVIGERA, NAVIGERUM] : ADJ ship-bearing, navigable;

[NAVIGER] : ship-bearing.

[NAVIGIUM, NAVIGI(I)] : N vessel, ship;

[NAVIGIUM] : navigation.

[NAVIGO, NAVIGARE, NAVIGAVI, NAVIGATUS] : V sail; navigate;

[NAVIGO] : to sail, navigate.

[NAVIS NAVIS] : ship, vessel, boat.

[NAVIS, NAVIS] : N ship; (navis longa => galley, battleship) (navis oneraria => transport);

[NAVITA, NAVITAE] : N sailor, seaman, mariner; (early, late, and poetic);

[NAVITAS] : energy, get up and go.

[NAVITER] : ADV diligently; wholly;

[NAVMACHIA, NAVMACHIAE] : N mock sea battle staged as spectacle/game/exercise;

[NAVMACHIARIUS, NAVMACHIARI(I)] : N one who takes part in a mock sea battle staged as spectacle/game/exercise;

[NAVMACHIARIUS, NAVMACHIARIA, NAVMACHIARIUM] : ADJ of a lake constructed for mock sea battles staged as spectacle/game/exercise;

[NAVO, NAVARE, NAVAVI, NAVATUS] : V do with zeal (operam navare => to do one's best);

[NAVUS, NAVA, NAVUM] : ADJ active, industrious;

[NAZARA, NAZARAE] : N nazareth; city in palestine; (home of the parents of jesus);

[NAZARAEUS, NAZARAEI] : N nazarite; man set apart to the service of god;

[NAZARAEUS, NAZARAEI] : N nazarene;

[NAZARENUS, NAZARENA, NAZARENUM] : ADJ nazarene, of/from/belonging to nazareth; 'christian';

[NAZARENUS, NAZARENI] : N christ, the nazarene;

[NAZARETH, UNDECLINED] : N nazareth; city in palestine; (home of the parents of jesus);

[NAZAREUS, NAZAREA, NAZAREUM] : ADJ nazarene, of/from/belonging to nazareth; 'christian';

[NAZARUS, NAZARA, NAZARUM] : ADJ nazarene, of/from/belonging to nazareth; 'christian';

[NAZOREUS, NAZOREI] : N nazarite; man set apart to the service of god; (1 maccabees 3] : 49);

[NE .. QUIDEM] : not .. even.

[NE ... QUIDEM] : not ... even.

[NE FURTUM FACIAS. ] : PHRASE Thou shalt not steal.

[NE QUID NIMIS. ] : PHRASE Nothing in excess.

[NE] : (conj.) that ... not, in order that ... not, in order not to.

[NE] : (conj.) that .. not, in order that .. not, in order not to.

[NE] : ADV not; (ne....quidem => not even) (intro clause of purpose with subj verb);

[NE] : ADV truely, indeed, verily, assuredly; (particle of assurance); (w/personal pron);

[NE] : CONJ that not, least; (ne ... quidem (adv.) => not ... even);

[NE] : CONJ that not, least; (for negative of imp);

[NEBULA, NEBULAE] : N mist, fog; cloud (dust/smoke/confusion/error); thin film, veneer; obscurity;

[NEBULO, NEBULONIS] : N rascal, scoundrel; worthless person;

[NEBULOSUS, NEBULOSA, NEBULOSUM] : ADJ misty, foggy; characterized by/subject to/resembling mist, vaporous; obscure;

[NEBULOSUS, NEBULOSA, NEBULOSUM] : ADJ misty, foggy;

[NEBULOSUS] : misty, foggy.

[NEC .. NEC] : neither nor.

[NEC ... NEC] : neither nor.

[NEC TAMEN] : and yet .. not.

[NEC TAMEN] : and yet ... not.

[NEC] : ADV nor; and not, not, neither, not even;

[NEC] : CONJ nor, and..not; not..either, not even;

[NEC] : conj, and not.

[NEC] : conj, and not

[NECDUM (NEQUE DUM)] : and not yet.

[NECDUM] : CONJ and (but) not yet;

[NECESSARIA, NECESSARIAE] : N connection (female), she closely connected by friendship/family/obligation;

[NECESSARIE] : ADV necessarily; indispensably; as a necessary consequence;

[NECESSARIO] : ADV unavoidably, without option; necessarily, of necessity; inevitably/unavoidably;

[NECESSARIUM, NECESSARII] : N necessities (pl.), what is needed; necessities of life;

[NECESSARIUS, NECESSARIA -UM, NECESSARIOR -OR -US] : ADJ necessary/needed/essential/indispensable; vital/private (body part); close tied;

[NECESSARIUS, NECESSARIA -UM, NECESSARIOR -OR -US] : ADJ inevitable, fateful; urgent/critical; unavoidable/compulsory; natural (death);

[NECESSARIUS, NECESSARI(I)] : N relative; connection, one closely connected by friendship/family/obligation;

[NECESSARIUS] : necessary, needed, essential, necessary.

[NECESSARIUS] : needful, things needed.

[NECESSE, UNDECLINED] : ADJ necessary, essential; unavoidable, compulsory, inevitable; a natural law; true;

[NECESSE] : (adj.) necessary, unavoidable, indispensable.

[NECESSIS, UNDECLINED] : ADJ necessary, essential; unavoidable, compulsory, inevitable; a natural law; true;

[NECESSITAS, NECESSITATIS] : N need/necessity; inevitability; difficult straits; poverty; obligation; bond;

[NECESSITAS] : need, exigency, unavoidability.

[NECESSITATIS NON HABET LEGEM. ] : PHRASE Necessity knows no law.

[NECESSITUDO, NECESSITUDINIS] : N obligation; bond, connection, affinity; compulsion; needs; poverty; relative;

[NECESSO, NECESSARE, NECESSAVI, NECESSATUS] : V render/make necessary;

[NECESSUM, UNDECLINED] : ADJ necessary; imperative; unavoidable, compulsory, inevitable; a natural law; true;

[NECESSUS, UNDECLINED] : ADJ necessary, imperative; unavoidable, compulsory, inevitable; a natural law; true;

[NECLECTUS, NECLECTA -UM, NECLECTIOR -OR -US, NECLECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ disregarded, not cared for, neglected, ignored; carelessly made/done;

[NECLECTUS, NECLECTUS] : N neglect; fact of taking no notice;

[NECLEGENS, NECLEGENTIS (GEN.), NECLEGNETIOR -OR -US, NECLEGENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ heedless, neglectful, careless; unconcerned, indifferent; slovenly; unruly;

[NECLEGENTER, NECLEGENTIUS, NECLEGENTISSIME] : ADV heedlessly, neglectfully, carelessly; unconcernedly, indifferently; slovenly;

[NECLEGENTIA, NECLEGENTIAE] : N heedlessness, neglect; carelessness, negligence; coldness; disrespect;

[NECLEGO, NECLEGERE, NECLEXI, NECLECTUS] : V disregard, neglect, ignore, regard of no consequence; do nothing about; despise;

[NECNE] : CONJ or not;

[NECNE] : or not.

[NECNON] : ADV nor; and not, not, neither, not even; and also, and indeed;

[NECNON] : also, moreover, certainly, besides

[NECNON] : and also.

[NECO, NECARE, NECAVI, NECATUS] : V kill/murder; put to death; suppress, destroy; kill (plant); quench/drown (fire);

[NECO, NECARE, NECUI, NECTUS] : V kill/murder; put to death; suppress, destroy; kill (plant); quench/drown (fire);

[NECO] : to kill, slay, put to death.

[NECO] : to slay.

[NECOPINANS, (GEN.), NECOPINANTIS] : ADJ not expecting; unawares;

[NECOPINATUS, NECOPINATA, NECOPINATUM] : ADJ unexpected, unforeseen;

[NECOPINUS, NECOPINA, NECOPINUM] : ADJ unexpected; not expecting;

[NECOPMUS, NECOPMA, NECOPMUM] : ADJ unexpected, unforeseen;

[NECTAR, NECTARIS] : N nectar, the drink of the gods; anything sweet, pleasant or delicious;

[NECTAREUS, NECTAREA, NECTAREUM] : ADJ sweet as nectar;

[NECTO, NECTERE, NEXUI, NEXUS] : V tie, bind;

[NECTO] : to fasten together.

[NECTO] : to tie up, bind, fasten.

[NECTO] : to tie up, bind, fasten

[NECUBI] : ADV lest anywhere/at any place; lest on any occasion; that nowhere;

[NECUNDE] : ADV lest from anywhere;

[NEDUM] : CONJ still less; not to speak of; much more;

[NEDUM] : to say nothing of.

[NEFANDUS, NEFANDA, NEFANDUM] : ADJ impious, wicked; abominable;

[NEFANDUS] : abominable.

[NEFARIUS, NEFARIA, NEFARIUM] : ADJ criminal, abominable;

[NEFARIUS] : execrable, impious.

[NEFAS, UNDECLINED] : N sin, thing violating divine law, impious act (fas et nefas => right and wrong);

[NEFAS] : wrong, sin.

[NEFASTUS, NEFASTA, NEFASTUM] : ADJ contrary to divine law; (dies nefasti => days unfit for public business);

[NEGITO, NEGITARE, NEGITAVI, NEGITATUS] : V deny or refuse repeatedly;

[NEGLECTUM] : slight.

[NEGLECTUS, NEGLECTA -UM, NEGLECTIOR -OR -US, NEGLECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ disregarded, not cared for, neglected, ignored; carelessly made/done;

[NEGLECTUS, NEGLECTUS] : N neglect; fact of taking no notice;

[NEGLEGENS, NEGLEGENTIS (GEN.), NEGLEGENTIOR -OR -US, NEGLEGENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ heedless, neglectful, careless; unconcerned, indifferent; slovenly; unruly;

[NEGLEGENTER, NEGLEGENTIUS, NEGLEGENTISSIME] : ADV heedlessly, neglectfully, carelessly; unconcernedly, indifferently; slovenly;

[NEGLEGENTIA, NEGLEGENTIAE] : N heedlessness, neglect; carelessness, negligence; coldness; disrespect;

[NEGLEGO, NEGLEGERE, NEGLEXI, NEGLECTUS] : V disregard, neglect, ignore, regard of no consequence; do nothing about; despise;

[NEGLEGO] : to disregard.

[NEGLIGENTER, NEGLIGENTIUS, NEGLIGENTISSIME] : ADV heedlessly, neglectfully, carelessly; unconcernedly, indifferently; slovenly;

[NEGLIGENTIA, NEGLIGENTIAE] : N heedlessness, neglect; carelessness, negligence; coldness; disrespect;

[NEGLIGENTIA] : carelessness.

[NEGLIGO, NEGLIGERE, NEGLIXI, NEGLICTUS] : V disregard, neglect, ignore, regard of no consequence; do nothing about; despise;

[NEGO, NEGARE, ADDITIONAL, FORMS] : V deny, refuse; say ... not;

[NEGO, NEGARE, NEGAVI, NEGATUS] : V deny, refuse; say ... not;

[NEGO] : to deny, refuse a request, deny something to someone

[NEGO] : to deny, refuse a request, deny something to someone.

[NEGOTIATIO, NEGOTIATIONIS] : N business;

[NEGOTIATOR, NEGOTIATORIS] : N wholesale trader or dealer;

[NEGOTIO, NEGOTIARE, NEGOTIAVI, NEGOTIATUS] : V carry on business; trade;

[NEGOTIOLUM, NEGOTIOLI] : N little business;

[NEGOTIOR, NEGOTIARI, -, NEGOTIATUS SUM] : V do business, trade;

[NEGOTIOSUS, NEGOTIOSA, NEGOTIOSUM] : ADJ active, occupied;

[NEGOTIUM, NEGOTI(I)] : N pain, trouble, annoyance, distress; work, business, activity, job;

[NEGOTIUM] : employment, business, task, occupation, pains.

[NEGOTIUM] : pains, labor, task, pursuit.

[NEHALANNIA, NEHALANNIAE] : N german goddess, worshipped by traders who sailed across the north sea;

[NEMINE CONTRADICENTE (NOM.CON) ] : PHRASE with no one dissenting

[NEMO ANTE MORTEM BEATUS. ] : PHRASE Nobody should be called happy before his death.

[NEMO ENIM FERE SALTAT SOBRIUS, NISI FORTE INSANIT. ] : PHRASE Almost nobody dances sober, unless he happens to be insane.

[NEMO NASCITUR ARTIFEX. ] : PHRASE Nobody is born an artist.

[NEMO NISI MORS. ] : PHRASE Nobody except death (will part us).

[NEMO RISUM PRAEBUIT, QUI EX SE COEPIT. ] : PHRASE Nobody is laughed at, who laughs at himself.

[NEMO, NEMINIS] : N no one, nobody;

[NEMO] : no one, nobody.

[NEMORALIS, NEMORALIS, NEMORALE] : ADJ belonging to a wood or forest, sylvan;

[NEMORENSIS, NEMORENSIS, NEMORENSE] : ADJ of woods or groves; sylvan;

[NEMORIVAGUS, NEMORIVAGA, NEMORIVAGUM] : ADJ forest-roving;

[NEMOROSA] : shady.

[NEMOROSUS, NEMOROSA, NEMOROSUM] : ADJ well-wooded;

[NEMOROSUS] : wooded, covered with trees, forested

[NEMOROSUS] : wooded, covered with trees, forested.

[NEMPE] : CONJ truly, certainly, of course;

[NEMPE] : to be sure, of course

[NEMUS, NEMORIS] : N wood, forest;

[NEMUS] : tree, sacred grove.

[NENIA, NENIAE] : N funeral dirge sung; incantation, jingle;

[NEO, NERE, NEVI, NETUS] : V spin; weave; produce by spinning;

[NEO] : to spin, interweave. (to spin thread and yarn).

[NEOFITUS, NEOFITA, NEOFITUM] : ADJ newly planted; (of newly converted christians);

[NEOMENIA, NEOMENIAE] : N new moon;

[NEOPHYTUS, NEOPHYTA, NEOPHYTUM] : ADJ newly planted; (of newly converted christians);

[NEOPHYTUS, NEOPHYTI] : N neophyte; (newly converted christians);

[NEPA, NEPAE] : N scorpion; a crab;

[NEPETA] : catmint, Cataria Nepeta cataria (L.) Celsus, Spencer, p.492, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[NEPOS NEPOTIS] : grandson.

[NEPOS, NEPOTIS] : N grandson/daughter; descendant; spendthrift, prodigal, playboy; secondary shoot;

[NEPTIS, NEPTIS] : N granddaughter; female descendant;

[NEPTUNIA] : [also see ; leontocaron, melosmon] hulwort A. Souter p.264

[NEPTUNUS, NEPTUNI] : N neptune; sea;

[NEQUAM, UNDECLINED] : ADJ wicked/licentious/depraved; naughty/roguish; worthless/useless/good for nothing;

[NEQUAM] : worthless, good for nothing, bad.

[NEQUANDO] : ADV lest, lest ever; never, not ever;

[NEQUAQUAM] : ADV by no means;

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

[NEQUAQUAM] : in no wise.

[NEQUE ... NEQUE] : neither ... nor.

[NEQUE NEC] : and not, nor.

[NEQUE] : ADV nor; and not, not, neither;

[NEQUE] : CONJ nor (neque..neque=neither..nor); neque solum..sed etiam=not only..but also;

[NEQUEDUM] : CONJ and (but) not yet;

[NEQUEO, NEQUIRE, NEQUIVI(II), NEQUITUS] : V be unable, cannot;

[NEQUEO] : not to be able, to be impossible.

[NEQUEO] : not to be able.

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

[NEQUEQUAM] : by no means, not at all

[NEQUICQUAM] : ADV in vain;

[NEQUIOR, NEQUIOR, NEQUIUS] : ADJ more wicked/licentious/worthless, viler; (nequam);

[NEQUIOR, NEQUIOR, NEQUIUS] : ADJ COMP wicked/licentious/depraved; naughty/roguish; worthless/useless/good for nothing;

[NEQUIQUAM] : ADV in vain;

[NEQUIQUAM] : fruitlessly, to no purpose.

[NEQUIS] : ADV lest any one;

[NEQUISSIMUS, NEQUISSIMA, NEQUISSIMUM] : ADJ SUPER most wicked/vile/licentious/worthless, good for nothing; (nequam);

[NEQUISSIMUS, NEQUISSIMA, NEQUISSIMUM] : ADJ SUPER wicked/licentious/depraved; naughty/roguish; worthless/useless/good for nothing;

[NEQUITER] : ADV badly; wickedly;

[NEQUITER] : wretchedly

[NEQUITER] : wretchedly, vilely.

[NEQUITIA NEQUITIES] : worthlessness, badness, wickedness.

[NEQUITIA, NEQUITIAE] : N wickedness; idleness; negligence; worthlessness; evil ways;

[NERO, NERONIS] : N nero (nero claudius caesar, emperor, 54-69); cognomen of claudian gens;

[NERVA, NERVAE] : N nerva (m. cocceius nerva, emperor, 96-98 ad); roman cognomen;

[NERVIUS, NERVII] : N nervii (pl.); a belgic (north gallic) tribe;

[NERVOS BELLI, PECUNIAM. (NERVUS RERUM.) ] : PHRASE The nerve of war, money. (the nerve of things.)

[NERVOSUS, NERVOSA, NERVOSUM] : ADJ sinewy; vigorous;

[NERVULUS, NERVULI] : N nerve, strength;

[NERVUS, NERVI] : N sinew/muscle/nerve; hamstring; tendon (as material); stringed instrument (pl.);

[NERVUS, NERVI] : N strength; vigor, nerve, force, power; sexual powwer, virility; penis (rude);

[NERVUS, NERVI] : N string/cord; bowstring; bow; (leather) thong; fetter (for prisoner); prison;

[NESCIO, NESCIRE, NESCIVI] : V not know, be ignorant; (nescio quis => someone);

[NESCIO] : to be ignorant, be unaware, not know, be unkowing.

[NESCIUS, NESCIA, NESCIUM] : ADJ unaware, not knowing, ignorant;

[NEU] : CONJ or not, and not; (neve ... neve => neither ... nor ); (for negative of imp);

[NEU] : CONJ or not, and not; (neve ... neve => neither ... nor );

[NEUTER, NEUTRA, NEUTRUM] : ADJ neither;

[NEUTIQUAM] : ADV by no means, not at all; (ne utiquam);

[NEUTRO] : ADV to neither side;

[NEVE] : CONJ or not, and not; (neve ... neve => neither ... nor );

[NEVE] : CONJ or not, and not; (neve ... neve => neither ... nor ); (for negative of imp);

[NEX, NECIS] : N death; murder;

[NEXILIS, NEXILIS, NEXILE] : ADJ woven together, intertwined;

[NEXUM, NEXI] : N obligation between creditor/debtor; (pre-300 bc debtor bondman for non-payment);

[NEXUS, NEXI] : N one reduced to quasi-slavery for debt, bondsman;

[NEXUS, NEXUS] : N obligation between creditor and debtor;

[NEXUS] : fastening.

[NI] : ADV if ... not; unless; (quid ni? => why not?);

[NI] : CONJ if ... not; unless;

[NICETERIUM, NICETERII] : N reward of victory, prize;

[NICHILOMINUS] : nevertheless.

[NICTO, NICTARE, NICTAVI, NICTATUS] : V blink;

[NIDIFICIUM, NIDIFICII] : N nesting place;

[NIDIFICO, NIDIFICARE, NIDIFICAVI, NIDIFICATUS] : V build a nest;

[NIDIFICUS, NIDIFICA, NIDIFICUM] : ADJ nest-, concerned with the building of nests;

[NIDOR, NIDORIS] : N rich, strong smell, fumes;

[NIDULUS, NIDULI] : N little nest;

[NIDUS, NIDI] : N nest;

[NIGER, NIGRA, NIGRUM] : ADJ black, dark; unlucky;

[NIGER] : black.

[NIGRANS, (GEN.), NIGRANTIS] : ADJ black, dark colored; shadowy; murky;

[NIGREDO, NIGREDINIS] : N blackness;

[NIGREO, NIGRERE,] : V grow dark; darken;

[NIGRESCO, NIGRESCERE, NIGRUI] : V become black, grow dark;

[NIGRO, NIGRARE, NIGRAVI, NIGRATUS] : V be black; make black;

[NIHIL AGERE DELECTAT. ] : PHRASE It is pleasant to do nothing.

[NIHIL EST AB OMNI PARTE BEATUM. ] : PHRASE Nothing is good in every part.

[NIHIL EST INCERTIUS VOLGO. ] : PHRASE Nothing is more uncertain than the (favour of the) crowd.

[NIHIL EST MISERUM NISI CUM PUTES. ] : PHRASE Nothing is unfortunate if you don't consider it unfortunate.

[NIHIL TAM MUNITUM QUOD NON EXPUGNARI PECUNIA POSSIT. ] : PHRASE No fort is so strong that it cannot be taken with money.

[NIHIL, UNDECLINED] : N nothing;

[NIHIL] : (undeclinable) nothing.

[NIHIL] : (undeclinable) nothing

[NIHILDOM] : nothing as yet.

[NIHILDOM] : nothing as yet

[NIHILDUM, UNDECLINED] : N nothing; nothing as yet; not a shred; less than nothing;

[NIHILEITATAS, NIHILEITATIS] : N nothingness;

[NIHILITATAS, NIHILITATIS] : N nothingness;

[NIHILOMINUS NICHILOMINUS] : nevertheless, notwithstanding

[NIHILOMINUS NICHILOMINUS] : nevertheless, notwithstanding.

[NIHILOMINUS] : ADV never/none the less, notwithstanding, just the same; likewise, as well;

[NIHILOMINUS] : nevertheless

[NIHILUM, NIHILI] : N nothing; valueless; in no way, not at all; (nihilo minus => nevertheless);

[NIHILUM] : nothing.

[NIL ADMIRARI. ] : PHRASE To admire nothing.

[NIL AGIT EXEMPLUM, LITEM QUOD LITE RESOLVIT. ] : PHRASE Not much worth is an example that solves one quarrel with another.

[NIL DESPERANDUM! ] : PHRASE Never despair!

[NIL, UNDECLINED] : N nothing;

[NIMBIFER, NIMBIFERA, NIMBIFERUM] : ADJ stormy;

[NIMBOSUS, NIMBOSA, NIMBOSUM] : ADJ full of/surrounded by rain clouds;

[NIMBUS, NIMBI] : N rainstorm, cloud;

[NIMIETAS, NIMIETATIS] : N excess; superabundance; too great a number/quantity. redundancy (l+s);

[NIMIO] : ADV by a very great degree, far;

[NIMIRUM] : ADV without doubt, evidently, forsooth;

[NIMIRUM] : of course, undoubtedly, certainly (sometimes ironical).

[NIMIS] : (adv.) too much, overmuch, excessively.

[NIMIS] : (adv.) too much, overmuch, excessively

[NIMIS] : ADV very much; too much; exceedingly;

[NIMIUM] : (adv.) too much, overmuch, excessively.

[NIMIUM] : ADV too, too much; very, very much, beyond measure, excessive, too great;

[NIMIUS, NIMIA, NIMIUM] : ADJ excessive, too great;

[NINEVE, NINEVES] : N nineveh; (ancient capital of assyria);

[NINEVITA, NINEVITAE] : N ninivite, inhabitant of nineveh (ancient capital of assyria);

[NINEVITICUS, NINEVITICA, NINEVITICUM] : ADJ ninivite, of/from nineveh; (ancient capital of assyria);

[NINEVITUS, NINEVITA, NINEVITUM] : ADJ ninivite, of/from nineveh; (ancient capital of assyria);

[NINGIT, NINGERE, NINGIT] : V it snows;

[NINGO, NINGERE, NINXI] : V to snow;

[NINGUIS, NINGUIS] : N snow; drifts of snow (pl.);

[NINGUO, NINGUERE, NINXI] : V to snow;

[NINIVE, NINIVES] : N nineveh; (ancient capital of assyria);

[NINIVITA, NINIVITAE] : N ninivite, inhabitant of nineveh (ancient capital of assyria);

[NINIVITICUS, NINIVITICA, NINIVITICUM] : ADJ ninivite, of/from nineveh; (ancient capital of assyria);

[NINIVITUS, NINIVITA, NINIVITUM] : ADJ ninivite, of/from nineveh; (ancient capital of assyria);

[NISAN, UNDECLINED] : N nisan, jewish month; (first in ecclesiatic year); (late january-early feburary);

[NISI] : CONJ if not; except, unless;

[NISI] : if not, unless, except.

[NISUS, NISUS] : N pressing upon/down; pressure, push; endeavor; exertion; strong muscular effor;

[NISUS] : exertion, endeavor.

[NITEDULA, NITEDULAE] : N dormouse;

[NITEO, NITERE, NITUI] : V shine, glitter, look bright; be sleek/in good condition; bloom, thrive;

[NITEO] : to shine, glitter, be bright, glow, be sleek, flourish.

[NITESCO, NITESCERE, NITUI] : V begin to shine;

[NITESCO] : to begin to shine, grow sleek.

[NITESCO] : to begn to shine / to grow fat or sleek

[NITESCO] : to begn to shine/ to grow fat or sleek.

[NITIDA] : glittering.

[NITIDUS, NITIDA, NITIDUM] : ADJ shining, bright;

[NITIDUS] : bright, shining / fat, sleek / flowering

[NITIDUS] : bright, shining/ fat, sleek/ flowering.

[NITOR, NITI, -, NISUS SUM] : V press/lean upon; struggle; advance; depend on (with abl.); strive, labor;

[NITOR, NITI, -, NIXUS SUM] : V press/lean upon; struggle; advance; depend on (with abl.); strive, labor;

[NITOR, NITORIS] : N brightness, splendor; brilliance; gloss, sheen; elegance, style, polish; flash;

[NITOR] : brillance, brightness, glow, elegance, splendor.

[NITOR] : splendor, glow, elegance, brilliance, brightness.

[NITOR] : to endeavor.

[NITOR] : to rest, lean, support oneself/ trust in, depend upon.

[NITOR] : to rest, lean, support oneself / trust in, depend upon.

[NITOR] : to strive, exert oneself, make an effort, persevere.

[NITRUM, NITRI] : N name of various alkalis (esp. soda and potash but probably not nitre);

[NIVALIS, NIVALIS, NIVALE] : ADJ snowy, snow-covered; snow-like;

[NIVELLENSEM] : Nivelles, city and monastery.

[NIVEUS, NIVEA, NIVEUM] : ADJ snowy, covered with snow; white;

[NIVEUS] : white, snowy.

[NIVOMAGUS, NIVOMAGI] : N city of the treveri, now nijmegen, city in holland;

[NIVOSUS, NIVOSA, NIVOSUM] : ADJ full of snow, snowy;

[NIX, NIVIS] : N snow;

[NIXOR, NIXARI, -, NIXATUS SUM] : V support oneself, rest/lean (on) (w/abl); struggle/strive, exert oneself (w/inf);

[NIXOR] : to lean against/ strive, strain, labor, struggle.

[NIXOR] : to lean against / strive, strain, labor, struggle.

[NIXUS, NIXUS] : N straining; the efforts of childbirth (pl.), travail;

[NIXUS] : strain, effort.

[NO, NARE, NAVI] : V swim, float;

[NO] : (nare, navi) to swim, float, fly, sail.

[NO] : -are ; being done, made.

[NO] : -are ; being done, made

[NOBILIS, NOBILE, NOBILIOR -OR -US, NOBILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ noble, respected;

[NOBILIS, NOBILIS] : N nobles (pl.);

[NOBILITAS, NOBILITATIS] : N nobility/noble class; (noble) birth/descent; fame/excellence; the nobles; rank;

[NOBILITO, NOBILITARE, NOBILITAVI, NOBILITATUS] : V make known; render famous; render notorious;

[NOBIS] : (abl.) us / there'll be no one as happy as US.

[NOBIS] : (abl.) us/ there'll be no one as happy as US.

[NOBIS] : (dat.) us / the world belongs to US.

[NOBIS] : (dat.) us/ the world belongs to US.

[NOCENS, (GEN.), NOCENTIS] : ADJ harmful; guilty; criminal;

[NOCENS] : bad, wicked, injurious, culpable, evil.

[NOCEO, NOCERE, NOCUI, NOCITUS] : V harm, hurt; injure (with dat);

[NOCEO] : (+ dat.) to do harm to, inflict injury, hurt.

[NOCEO] : do harm, inflict injury.

[NOCIVUS, NOCIVA -UM, NOCIVIOR -OR -US, NOCIVISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ harmful, injurious; noxious;

[NOCTILUCA, NOCTILUCAE] : N moon;

[NOCTIVAGUS, NOCTIVAGA, NOCTIVAGUM] : ADJ night-wandering;

[NOCTU] : ADV by night, at night;

[NOCTUA, NOCTUAE] : N the little owl;

[NOCTUABUNDUS, NOCTUABUNDA, NOCTUABUNDUM] : ADJ travelling by night;

[NOCTURNUS, NOCTURNA, NOCTURNUM] : ADJ nocturnal, of night, at night, by night;

[NOCUUS, NOCUA, NOCUUM] : ADJ hurtful, injurious;

[NODO, NODARE, NODAVI, NODATUS] : V tie in a knot/knots;

[NODOSUS, NODOSA, NODOSUM] : ADJ tied into many knots, full of knots, knotty;

[NODUS, NODI] : N knot; node;

[NOERO] : noro ; to know.

[NOLA, NOLAE] : N nola (town in campania); woman of nola; (pun on nolo); bell (erasmus);

[NOLENS, VOLENS ] : PHRASE unwilling, willing(willy-nilly)

[NOLENS] : unwilling.

[NOLI EQUI DENTES INSPICERE DONATI. ] : PHRASE Do not look a gift horse in the mouth.

[NOLI ME TANGERE! ] : PHRASE Don't touch me!

[NOLI TURBARE CIRCULOS MEOS! ] : PHRASE Don't upset my calculations!

[NOLLE PROSEQUI ] : PHRASE refuse to persue

[NOLO, NOLLE, NOLUI] : V be unwilling; wish not to; refuse to;

[NOLO] : nolle ; nolui ; to be unwilling, wish not to, refuse.

[NOLO] : to to be unwilling.

[NOMAS, NOMADOS/IS] : N nomad, esp. a numidian; nomads (pl.), certain wandering pastoral tribes;

[NOMEN ROMANORUM] : Roman power.

[NOMEN, NOMINIS] : N name, family name; noun; account, entry in debt ledger; sake; title, heading;

[NOMEN] : name.

[NOMENCLATOR, NOMENCLATORIS] : N one who address person by name; slave who anounced guests/dishes; an official;

[NOMENCLATURA, NOMENCLATURAE] : N assigning of names to things, nomenclature; mentioning things by name;

[NOMENCULATOR, NOMENCULATORIS] : N one who address person by name; slave who anounced guests/dishes; an official;

[NOMINA SUNT ODIOSA. ] : PHRASE Names are hateful.

[NOMINATIM] : ADV by name;

[NOMINATIM] : by name, expressly.

[NOMINATIO, NOMINATIONIS] : N naming; nomination (to an office);

[NOMINATIVUS, NOMINATIVA, NOMINATIVUM] : ADJ nominative;

[NOMINE TENUS] : nominally, in name.

[NOMINE] : ADV in name only, nominally (abl s of nomen);

[NOMINITO, NOMINITARE, NOMINITAVI, NOMINITATUS] : V name, term;

[NOMINO, NOMINARE, NOMINAVI, NOMINATUS] : V name, call;

[NOMINOR] : to be renowned.

[NOMISMA, NOMISMATIS] : N coin;

[NON AMO TE, SABIDI, NEC POSSUM DICERE QUARE;HOC TANTUM POSSUM DICERE, NON A] : PHRASE I do not like you, sabid, but i can't say why;i can only say this, i do not like you.

[NON COMPOS MENTIS ] : PHRASE not in one's right mind

[NON MORTEM TIMEMUS, SED COGITATIONEM MORTIS. ] : PHRASE We do not fear death, but the thought of death.

[NON MULTA, SED MULTUM. ] : PHRASE Not many, but much.

[NON NUMQUAM] : sometimes

[NON OMNE QUOD LICET HONESTUM EST. ] : PHRASE Not everything that is permitted is honest.

[NON OMNE QUOD NITET AURUM EST. ] : PHRASE Not all that glitters is gold.

[NON OMNIA POSSUMUS OMNE. ] : PHRASE Everybody cannot do everything.

[NON OMNIS MORIAR. ] : PHRASE I will not die entirely.

[NON PLACET ] : PHRASE it does not please(a negative vote in a church or assembly)

[NON POSSUMUS ] : PHRASE we cannot(i.e. a statement of inability to act in a matter)

[NON SCHOLAE SED VITAE DISCIMUS. ] : PHRASE We do not learn for school, but for life.

[NON SEQUITUR. ] : PHRASE it doesn't follow.(used about a conclusion that doesn't logically follow from the premisses.)

[NON SOLUM .. SED ETIAM] : not only .. but also.

[NON SOLUM] : ... sed etiam ; not only ... but also

[NON UT EDAM VIVO, SED VIVAM EDO. ] : PHRASE I do not live to eat, but eat to live.

[NON, ABB.] : N nones (pl.), abb. non.; 7th of month, march, may, july, oct., 5th elsewhen;

[NON] : ADV not, by no means, no; (non modo ... sed etiam (conj.) => not only ... but also;

[NON] : not.

[NONA, NONAE] : N nones (pl.), abb. non.; 7th of month, march, may, july, oct., 5th elsewhen;

[NONAGENSIM] : NUM ninetieth;

[NONAGENSIMUS, NONAGENSIMA, NONAGENSIMUM] : NUM ninetieth;

[NONAGENSUM] : NUM ninetieth;

[NONAGENSUMUS, NONAGENSUMA, NONAGENSUMUM] : NUM ninetieth;

[NONAGINTA, NONAGESIMUS -A -UM, NONAGENI -AE -A, NONAGIE(N)S] : NUM ninety;

[NONAGINTA] : NUM ninety;

[NONANUS, NONANA, NONANUM] : ADJ belonging to the ninth legion;

[NONDUM] : ADV not yet;

[NONDUM] : not yet

[NONDUM] : not yet.

[NONGENT] : NUM nine hundred;

[NONGENTENSIM] : NUM nine hundredth;

[NONGENTENSIMUS, NONGENTENSIMA, NONGENTENSIMUM] : NUM nine hundredth;

[NONGENTENSUM] : NUM nine hundredth;

[NONGENTENSUMUS, NONGENTENSUMA, NONGENTENSUMUM] : NUM nine hundredth;

[NONGENTI -AE -A, NONGENTESIMUS -A -UM, NONGENI -AE -A, NONINGENTIE(N)S] : NUM nine hundred;

[NONNE] : ADV not? (interog, expects the answer 'yes');

[NONNEMO, NONNEMINIS] : N some persons, a few;

[NONNIHIL, UNDECLINED] : N a certain amount;

[NONNIHIL] : ADV in some measure;

[NONNISI] : not? not unless?

[NONNISI] : not? not unless?.

[NONNULLUS -A -UM] : some, several

[NONNULLUS, NONNULLA, NONNULLUM] : ADJ a number of (pl.), some; several;

[NONNULLUS, NONNULLA, NONNULLUM (GEN -IUS)] : ADJ some, several, a few; one and another; considerable;

[NONNULLUS, NONNULLI] : N some (pl.), several, a few;

[NONNULLUS] : some / pl. several.

[NONNULLUS] : some/ pl. several.

[NONNUMQUAM] : ADV sometimes;

[NONNUMQUAM] : sometimes.

[NONNUNQUAM] : ADV sometimes;

[NONUS] : ninth.

[NORMA, NORMAE] : N carpenter's square; standard, pattern;

[NORMA] : organization.

[NORMALIS] : regular.

[NORTHMANNI] : Normans.

[NOS] : us / they tried to tell US we're too young.

[NOS] : us/ they tried to tell US we're too young.

[NOS] : we / WE live and die by that creed.

[NOS] : we/ WE live and die by that creed.

[NOSCE TE IPSUM. ] : PHRASE Know thyself

[NOSCITO, NOSCITARE, NOSCITAVI, NOSCITATUS] : V recognize; be acquainted with;

[NOSCO, NOSCERE,] : V get to know; learn, find out; recognize; examine, study, inspect; try (case);

[NOSCO] : to become acquainted with, get to know.

[NOSTER NOSTRA NOSTRUM] : our, ours.

[NOSTER NOSTRI] : our ours/ OUR hearts beat as one.

[NOSTER NOSTRI] : our ours/ that old dream of OURS.

[NOSTER NOSTRI] : our ours / OUR hearts beat as one.

[NOSTER NOSTRI] : our ours / that old dream of OURS

[NOSTER, NOSTRA, NOSTRUM] : ADJ our;

[NOSTER, NOSTRI] : N our men (pl.);

[NOTA, NOTAE] : N mark, sign, letter, word, writing, spot brand, tattoo-mark;

[NOTA] : mark, token, note, sign.

[NOTABILIS, NOTABILIS, NOTABILE] : ADJ remarkable, notable;

[NOTABILIS] : -e, noteworthy, notable, notorious.

[NOTABILIS] : -e, noteworthy, notable, notorious

[NOTARIUS, NOTARI(I)] : N writer of shorthand, stenographer;

[NOTARIUS] : stenographer (class.), notary, legal scribe.

[NOTATIO, NOTATIONIS] : N marking;

[NOTESCO, NOTESCERE, NOTUI] : V become known; become famous;

[NOTHUS, NOTHA, NOTHUM] : ADJ illegitimate (known father); cross-bred, mixed, mongrel; false, spurious;

[NOTIO, NOTIONIS] : N judicial examination or enquiry;

[NOTITIA, NOTITIAE] : N notice; acquaintance;

[NOTITIA] : knowledge. information, data, notes, annotations.

[NOTO, NOTARE, NOTAVI, NOTATUS] : V observe; record; brand; write, inscribe;

[NOTO-ARE] : make note, mark down.

[NOTO-ARE] : make note, mark down

[NOTOS] : south wind.

[NOTUM, NOTI] : N notorious facts (pl.); scandal;

[NOTUS, NOTA -UM, NOTIOR -OR -US, NOTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ well known, familiar, notable, famous, esteemed; notorious, of ill repute;

[NOTUS, NOTI] : N friends (pl.), acquaintances;

[NOUS] : intelligence.

[NOV, UNDECLINED] : ADJ november (month) (mensis understood); abbr. nov.;

[NOVACULA, NOVACULAE] : N razor;

[NOVAL, NOVALIS] : N fauow-land; enclosed land, field;

[NOVALE, NOVALIS] : N fauow-land; enclosed land, field;

[NOVATIO, NOVATIONIS] : N substitution by stipulatio of new for existing obligation; renewing; renovation;

[NOVE, NOVIUS, NOVISSIME] : ADV newly, in new/unusual manner; recently/short time ago; finally/lastly; at last;

[NOVELLO, NOVELLARE, NOVELLAVI, NOVELLATUS] : V plant nurseries;

[NOVELLUS, NOVELLA, NOVELLUM] : ADJ young, tender;

[NOVEM, NONUS -A -UM, NOVENI -AE -A, NOVIE(N)S] : NUM nine;

[NOVEM] : nine.

[NOVEM] : NUM nine;

[NOVEMBER, NOVEMBRA, NOVEMBRUM] : ADJ november (month) (mensis understood); abbr. nov.; of/pertaining to november;

[NOVENDECIM] : NUM nineteen;

[NOVENDIALIS, NOVENDIALIS, NOVENDIALE] : ADJ lasting nine days; held on the ninth day after a person's death;

[NOVERCA, NOVERCAE] : N stepmother;

[NOVERCALIS] : malevolent.

[NOVICIUS, NOVICIA, NOVICIUM] : ADJ new, fresh; esp. of persons new to slavery;

[NOVILUNIUM, NOVILUNII] : N new moon;

[NOVIOMAGUS, NOVIOMAGI] : N city of the treveri, now nijmegen, city in holland;

[NOVISSIME] : ADV SUPER lately, very recently; last, after all else; for last time; lastly; in the end;

[NOVISSIMUM, NOVISSIMI] : N the rear (pl.), those at the rear (the freshest troops);

[NOVISSIMUS, NOVISSIMA, NOVISSIMUM] : ADJ last, rear; most recent; utmost;

[NOVITAS, NOVITATIS] : N restored state (as new); being new appointed/promoted; surprise; modern times;

[NOVITAS, NOVITATIS] : N newness; strangeness/novelty/unusualness/rarity; unfamilarity; freshness;

[NOVITAS] : newness, novelty, strangeness.

[NOVITER] : ADV recently, newly;

[NOVITIUS, NOVITI(I)] : N one newly come; novis (eccl.);

[NOVO, NOVARE, NOVAVI, NOVATUS] : V make new, renovate; renew, refresh, change;

[NOVO] : to make anew, refresh, revive, change, alter, invent.

[NOVOMAGUS, NOVOMAGI] : N city of the treveri, now nijmegen, city in holland;

[NOVUS, NOVA -UM, NOVIOR -OR -US, NOVISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ new, fresh, young; unusual, extraordinary; (novae res, f. pl. = revolution);

[NOVUS] : new, fresh, young, inexperienced, revived, refreshed.

[NOVUS] : novel, unusual, extraordinary/ news, novelty, a new thing.

[NOVUS] : novel, unusual, extraordinary / news, novelty, a new thing

[NOX NOCTIS] : night.

[NOX, NOCTIS] : N night (prima nocte => early in the night) (multa nocte => late at night);

[NOXA, NOXAE] : N hurt, injury; crime; punishment, harm;

[NOXA] : offense, crime.

[NOXALIS, NOXALIS, NOXALE] : ADJ of injury done by person/other's animal; harm/damage/injury; power to harm;

[NOXIA, NOXIAE] : N crime, fault;

[NOXIALIS] : noxious.

[NOXIUS, NOXIA, NOXIUM] : ADJ harmful, noxious; guilty, criminal;

[NUBECULA, NUBECULAE] : N little cloud; a troubled expression;

[NUBES, NUBIS] : N cloud/mist/haze/dust/smoke; sky/air; billowy formation (hair); swarm/multitude;

[NUBES, NUBIS] : N frown, gloomy expression; gloom/anxiety; mourning veil; cloud/threat (of war);

[NUBIFER, NUBIFERA, NUBIFERUM] : ADJ cloud capped; cloud bearing, that brings clouds;

[NUBIGENA, NUBIGENAE] : N cloud-born; (of the centaurs);

[NUBILIS, NUBILIS, NUBILE] : ADJ marriageable;

[NUBILOSUS, NUBILOSA, NUBILOSUM] : ADJ cloudy, foggy; murky;

[NUBILUM, NUBILI] : N clouds (pl.), rain clouds;

[NUBILUS, NUBILA, NUBILUM] : ADJ cloudy; lowering;

[NUBIS, NUBIS] : N cloud/mist/haze/dust/smoke; sky/air; billowy formation (hair); swarm/multitude;

[NUBIS, NUBIS] : N frown, gloomy expression; gloom/anxiety; mourning veil; cloud/threat (of war);

[NUBO, NUBERE, NUPSI, NUPTUS] : V marry, be married to;

[NUBS, NUBIS] : N cloud/mist/haze/dust/smoke; sky/air; billowy formation (hair); swarm/multitude;

[NUBS, NUBIS] : N frown, gloomy expression; gloom/anxiety; mourning veil; cloud/threat (of war);

[NUCLEUS, NUCLEI] : N nucleus, inside of a nut, kernel; nut; central part; hard round mass/nodule;

[NUDITAS, NUDITATIS] : N nakedness, bareness, nudity, exposure; bareness, want;

[NUDIUS] : ADV it is now the...day since> (always with ordinal numerals);

[NUDIUSTERTIUS] : ADV the day before yesterday;

[NUDO, NUDARE, NUDAVI, NUDATUS] : V lay bare, strip; leave unprotected;

[NUDUS, NUDA, NUDUM] : ADJ nude, bare, stripped;

[NUGA, NUGAE] : N trifles (pl.), nonsense; trash; frivolities; bagatelle(s);

[NUGACITAS, NUGACITATIS] : N drollery, trifling playfulness;

[NUGATOR, NUGATORIS] : N one who plays the fool; teller of tall stories;

[NUGATORIUS, NUGATORIA, NUGATORIUM] : ADJ trifling, worthless, futile, paltry;

[NUGOR, NUGARI, -, NUGATUS SUM] : V play the fool, talk nonsense; trifle;

[NULLA REGULA SINE EXCEPTIONE. ] : PHRASE No rule without exception.

[NULLA RES CARIUS CONSTAT QUAM QUAE PRECIBUS EMPTA EST. ] : PHRASE Nothing is so expensive as that which you have bought with pleas.

[NULLATENUS] : ADV not at all; in nowise, by no means;

[NULLATENUS] : in no wise.

[NULLUM EST IAM DICTUM QUOD NON DICTUM SIT PRIUS. ] : PHRASE Nothing is said that hasn't been said before.

[NULLUS, NULLA, NULLUM (GEN -IUS)] : ADJ no, none, not any;

[NULLUS, NULLI] : N no one;

[NULLUS] : not any, no, none.

[NUM, ABB.] : N numerius, roman praenomen; abbreviated n./num.;

[NUM] : ADV if, whether; now, surely not, really, then (asking question expecting neg);

[NUMEN, NUMINIS] : N divine will, divinity; god;

[NUMEN] : divine will.

[NUMERABILIS, NUMERABILIS, NUMERABILE] : ADJ possible/easy to count;

[NUMERIUS, NUMERI] : N numerius, roman praenomen; abbreviated n./num.;

[NUMERO, NUMERARE, NUMERAVI, NUMERATUS] : V count; consider; relate; number, enumerate;

[NUMEROSUS, NUMEROSA -UM, NUMEROSIOR -OR -US, NUMEROSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ numerous, in full number, manifold; populous; harmonious, melodious, rhythmic;

[NUMERUS, NUMERI] : N number, sum, total, rank; numerical strength; category; rhythm, cadence;

[NUMERUS] : total, category, class, number.

[NUMMARIUS, NUMMARIA, NUMMARIUM] : ADJ belonging to money; bribed with money, venal;

[NUMMATUS, NUMMATA, NUMMATUM] : ADJ moneyed;

[NUMMULARIUS, NUMMULARIA, NUMMULARIUM] : ADJ of/related to the changing of foreign currency;

[NUMMULARIUS, NUMMULARI(I)] : N kind of small-change state banker; (to change foreign currency and test coins);

[NUMMULUS, NUMMULI] : N little piece or sum of money;

[NUMMUS, NUMMI] : N coin; cash; money; sesterce;

[NUMQUAM NON PARATUS. ] : PHRASE Never unprepared.

[NUMQUAM SE MINUS SOLUM QUAM CUM SOLUS ESSET. ] : PHRASE You are never so little alone as when you are alone.

[NUMQUAM] : ADV never;

[NUMQUAM] : at no time, never.

[NUMQUID] : ADV now (strengthened num) (introduces direct question that expects negative);

[NUN, UNDECLINED] : N nun; (14th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as n);

[NUNC QUIDEM] : at one time..then.

[NUNC QUIDEM] : at one time...then.

[NUNC] : ADV now, today, at present;

[NUNC] : now, at the present time, soon, at this time.

[NUNCIAM] : ADV here and now; now at last;

[NUNCUPO, NUNCUPARE, NUNCUPAVI, NUNCUPATUS] : V call, name; express;

[NUNCUPO] : to call, proclaim

[NUNCUPO] : to call, proclaim.

[NUNDINA, NUNDINAE] : N market day (pl.) (novem+dies -> held every ninth day); traffic;

[NUNDINAE] : trade.

[NUNDINOR, NUNDINARI, -, NUNDINATUS SUM] : V buy or sell in the market; practice trade of a discreditable kind;

[NUNDINUM, NUNDINI] : N the period from one market-day to the next;

[NUNNULLUS, NUNNULLI] : N some (pl.), several, a few;

[NUNQUAM] : ADV at no time, never; not in any circumstances;

[NUNQUAM] : never.

[NUNTIA, NUNTIAE] : N female messenger, one who brings tidings;

[NUNTIATIO, NUNTIATIONIS] : N announcement (by augur of signs observed); notification, laying of information;

[NUNTIO, NUNTIARE, NUNTIAVI, NUNTIATUS] : V announce, report, relate;

[NUNTIO] : to announce, report, relate.

[NUNTIUM, NUNTI(I)] : N message, communication; notice of divorce/annulment of betrothal;

[NUNTIUM-I] : n, messenger.

[NUNTIUM-I] : n, messenger

[NUNTIUS, NUNTI(I)] : N messenger, herald, envoy; message (oral), warning; report;

[NUNTIUS] : messenger, message.

[NUO, NUERE, NUI, NUTUS] : V nod;

[NUO, NUERE, NUI, NUITUS] : V nod;

[NUPER, -, NUPERRIME] : ADV recently, not long ago; in recent years/our own time; (super) latest in series;

[NUPER] : newly, recently, not long ago.

[NUPER] : recently, lately

[NUPTA, NUPTAE] : N bride;

[NUPTIA, NUPTIAE] : N marriage (pl.), nuptials, wedding;

[NUPTIAE] : wedding.

[NUPTIALIS, NUPTIALIS, NUPTIALE] : ADJ of a wedding or marriage, nuptial;

[NUPTIALIS] : wedding.

[NURUS, NURUS] : N daughter-in-law; prospective daughter-in-law; wife of grandson, etc. (leg.);

[NUSQUAM ESSE] : not to exist.

[NUSQUAM] : ADV nowhere, on no occasion;

[NUSQUAM] : nowhere

[NUSQUAM] : nowhere, on no occasion / nusquam esse -- not exist

[NUSQUAM] : nowhere, on no occasion/ nusquam esse -- not exist.

[NUSQUAM] : nowhere, in no place, nothing, for nothing, never.

[NUTABILIS, NUTABILIS, NUTABILE] : ADJ tottering; insecure;

[NUTABUNDUS, NUTABUNDA, NUTABUNDUM] : ADJ tottering; staggering;

[NUTAMEN, NUTAMINIS] : N bobbing; movement upwards and dowmwards;

[NUTO, NUTARE, NUTAVI, NUTATUS] : V waver, give way;

[NUTO] : to falter in fidelity, give way to, waver in opinion, doubt.

[NUTRICIUS, NUTRICI(I)] : N tutor; foster-father;

[NUTRICO, NUTRICARE, NUTRICAVI, NUTRICATUS] : V nurse/suckle; raise/rear/bring up; nourish/promote growth/well being; cherish;

[NUTRICOR, NUTRICARI, -, NUTRICATUS SUM] : V nurse/suckle; raise/rear/bring up; nourish/promote growth/well being; cherish;

[NUTRICULA, NUTRICULAE] : N nurse;

[NUTRIMEN, NUTRIMINIS] : N nourishment, sustenance;

[NUTRIMENS] : food, nourishment.

[NUTRIMENTUM, NUTRIMENTI] : N nourishment, sustenance;

[NUTRIMENTUM] : nourishment.

[NUTRIMENTUS] : nourishment.

[NUTRIO, NUTRIRE, NUTRIVI, NUTRITUS] : V suckle. breast feed; nourish/feed/fuel, supply, build up; preserve, look after;

[NUTRIO, NUTRIRE, NUTRIVI, NUTRITUS] : V rear/raise; foster/encourage; tend/treat (wound/sick person); deal gently with;

[NUTRIO] : to suckle, nourish, bring up, rear.

[NUTRIOR, NUTRIRI, -, NUTRITUS SUM] : V suckle. breast feed; nourish/feed/fuel, supply, build up; preserve, look after;

[NUTRIOR, NUTRIRI, -, NUTRITUS SUM] : V rear/raise; foster/encourage; tend/treat (wound/sick person); deal gently with;

[NUTRITOR] : toraise, feed.

[NUTRIX, NUTRICIS] : N nurse;

[NUTUS, NUTUS] : N nod; command, will; (ad nutum => instantly; with the agreement of);

[NUTUS] : a nod, command, will / gravitation, movement down.

[NUTUS] : a nod, command, will/ gravitation, movement down.

[NUTUS] : a nodding, nod, command, will.

[NUTUS] : command.

[NUX, NUCIS] : N nut;

[NYCTEGRETON, NYCTEGRETI] : N thorny oriental plant (reputed to become luminous at night);

[NYCTEGRETOS, NYCTEGRETI] : N thorny oriental plant (reputed to become luminous at night);

[NYCTICORAX, NYCTICORACIS] : N night raven;

[NYMPHA, NYMPHAE] : N nymph; (semi-divine female nature/water spirit); water; bride; young maiden;

[NYMPHE, NYMPHES] : N nymph; (semi-divine female nature/water spirit); water; bride; young maiden; W:

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