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[O SANCTA SIMPLICITAS! ] : PHRASE Oh, holy simplicity!

[O TEMPORA! O MORES! ] : PHRASE O times! o customs!

[O] : INTERJ Oh!;

[OB REM] : to the purpose, usefully

[OB] : before, in front of; on account of, because of; for the sake of; instead of; in proportion to

[OB] : PREP on account of, for the sake of, for; instead of; right before;

[OBAERATUS, OBAERATA, OBAERATUM] : ADJ in debt;

[OBAERATUS, OBAERATI] : N debtor;

[OBAMBULO, OBAMBULARE, OBAMBULAVI, OBAMBULATUS] : V walk up to, so as to meet; traverse;

[OBARMO, OBARMARE, OBARMAVI, OBARMATUS] : V arm;

[OBARO, OBARARE, OBARAVI, OBARATUS] : V plough up;

[OBAUDIO, OBAUDIRE, OBAUDIVI, OBAUDITUS] : V obey, listen to;

[OBDO, OBDERE, OBDIDI, OBDITUS] : V put before/against; shut, close, fasten;

[OBDORMIO, OBDORMIRE, OBDORMIVI, OBDORMITUS] : V fall asleep;

[OBDORMIO] : to fall asleep.

[OBDORMISCO, OBDORMISCERE,] : V fall asleep; go to sleep; (w/reference to death);

[OBDUCO, OBDUCERE, OBDUXI, OBDUCTUS] : V lead or draw before; cover/lay over; overspread; wrinkle; screen;

[OBDUCO] : to draw over, cover/ lead against/ pass, spend.

[OBDUCO] : to draw over, cover/ lead against / pass, spend

[OBDUCTIO, OBDUCTIONIS] : N act of covering/veiling/enveloping; afflication/distress (souter);

[OBDUCTIO] : covering.

[OBDURESCO, OBDURESCERE, OBDURUI] : V be persistent, endure;

[OBDURO, OBDURARE, OBDURAVI, OBDURATUS] : V be hard, persist, endure;

[OBDURO] : to be hard, persist, endure, last, hold out.

[OBEDENS, OBEDENTIS (GEN.), OBEDENTIOR -OR -US, OBEDENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ obedient, compliant, submissive to authority/commands/word (of); under orders;

[OBEDIENTER] : obediently.

[OBEDIENTIA, OBEDIENTIAE] : N obedience, compliance, submission to authority;

[OBEDIENTIER, OBEDIENTIUS, OBEDIENTISSIME] : ADV obediently, compliantly, without demur;

[OBEDIENTIO, OBEDIENTIONIS] : N obedience, compliance, submission to authority;

[OBEDIO, OBEDIRE, OBEDIVI, OBEDITUS] : V obey; listen/harken/submit (to); be subject/obedient/responsible/a slave (to);

[OBEDIO] : to yield obedience to.

[OBELISCUS, OBELISCI] : N obelisk; critical mark (placed opposite suspected passages l+s); rose bud;

[OBELUS, OBELI] : N obelisk; critical mark (shaped like a spit placed opposite suspected passages);

[OBEO, OBIRE, OBIVI(II), OBITUS] : V go to meet; attend to; fall; die;

[OBEQUITO, OBEQUITARE, OBEQUITAVI, OBEQUITATUS] : V ride up to;

[OBESUS, OBESA, OBESUM] : ADJ fat, stout, plump;

[OBEX, OBICIS] : N bolt, bar; barrier; obstacle;

[OBEX] : barrier.

[OBFIRMO] : to bolt, lock, fasten, bar.

[OBFRINGO, OBFRINGERE, OBFREGI, OBFRACTUS] : V break up (ground) by cross-plowing;

[OBICIO OBIECI OBIECTUM] : to offer, throw in someone's teeth.

[OBICIO, OBICERE, OBJECI, OBJECTUS] : V throw before/to, cast; object, oppose; upbraid; throw in one's teeth; present;

[OBIRASCOR, OBIRASCI, -, OBIRATUS SUM] : V be angry (with/at); grow angry at (cas);

[OBITER] : ADV on the way, by the way, in passing;

[OBITUS, OBITUS] : N approaching; approach, visit; setting (of the sun, etc), death;

[OBIURGATORIUS, OBIURGATORIA, OBIURGATORIUM] : ADJ reproachful, scolding;

[OBJACEO, OBJACERE, OBJACUI, OBJACITUS] : V lie near by/at hand/opposite; lie in/block the way; lie exposed/at the mercy o;

[OBJECTO, OBJECTARE, OBJECTAVI, OBJECTATUS] : V expose/throw (to); throw/put in the way; lay to one's charge, put before;

[OBJECTUS, OBJECTA, OBJECTUM] : ADJ opposite;

[OBJICIO, OBJICERE, OBJECI, OBJECTUS] : V throw before/to, cast; object, oppose; upbraid; throw in one's teeth; present;

[OBJURGO, OBJURGARE, OBJURGAVI, OBJURGATUS] : V scold, chide, reproach;

[OBJURGO] : to fight, attack, oppose.

[OBLAMENIA] : black byrony Dioscorides; p. 270

[OBLATIO, OBLATIONIS] : N offer/offering (of something), tender, presentation; right to offer something;

[OBLECTAMEN, OBLECTAMINIS] : N delight, pleasure, source of pleasure;

[OBLECTAMENTUM, OBLECTAMENTI] : N delight, pleasure, source of pleasure;

[OBLECTATIO, OBLECTATIONIS] : N delighting;

[OBLECTO, OBLECTARE, OBLECTAVI, OBLECTATUS] : V delight, please, amuse;

[OBLIDO, OBLIDERE, OBLISI, OBLISUS] : V to crush;

[OBLIGATIO, OBLIGATIONIS] : N obligation (legal/money); bond; being liable; mortgaging/pledging/guaranteeing;

[OBLIGATUS] : bound, under an obligation.

[OBLIGO, OBLIGARE, OBLIGAVI, OBLIGATUS] : V bind, oblige;

[OBLIMO, OBLIMARE, OBLIMAVI, OBLIMATUS] : V cover/fill with mud; silt up; clog;

[OBLINO, OBLINARE, OBLINAVI, OBLINATUS] : V smear over;

[OBLIQUO] : to turn sideways, turn aside.

[OBLIQUUS, OBLIQUA, OBLIQUUM] : ADJ slanting; oblique;

[OBLIQUUS] : slanting.

[OBLITERO, OBLITERARE, OBLITERAVI, OBLITERATUS] : V cause to be forgotten/fall into disuse/to disappear; assign to oblivion;

[OBLITESCO, OBLITESCERE, OBLITUI] : V to conceal oneself;

[OBLITTERO, OBLITTERARE, OBLITTERAVI, OBLITTERATUS] : V cause to be forgotten/fall into disuse/to disappear; assign to oblivion;

[OBLITTERO] : to cancel, blot out.

[OBLITUS, OBLITA, OBLITUM] : ADJ forgetful (with gen.);

[OBLIURGATIO, OBLIURGATIONIS] : N reprimand, rebuke; action of reproving;

[OBLIVIO, OBLIVIONIS] : N oblivion; forgetfulness;

[OBLIVIO] : forgetfulness, oblivion.

[OBLIVIOSUS, OBLIVIOSA, OBLIVIOSUM] : ADJ oblivious, forgetful; causing forgetfulness;

[OBLIVISCOR, OBLIVISCI, -, OBLITUS SUM] : V forget; with gen;

[OBLIVIUM, OBLIVI(I)] : N forgetfulness, oblivion;

[OBLONGUS, OBLONGA, OBLONGUM] : ADJ oblong;

[OBLOQUOR, OBLOQUI, -, OBLOCUTUS SUM] : V interpose remarks, interrupt;

[OBLUCTOR, OBLUCTARI, -, OBLUCTATUS SUM] : V struggle against;

[OBMOLIOR, OBMOLIRI, -, OBMOLITUS SUM] : V put in the way as an obstruction; block up;

[OBMURMURO, OBMURMURARE, OBMURMURAVI, OBMURMURATUS] : V murmur in protest (at);

[OBMUTESCO, OBMUTESCERE, OBMUTUI] : V lose one's speech, become silent;

[OBNATUS, OBNATA, OBNATUM] : ADJ growing on;

[OBNITOR, OBNITI, -, OBNIXUS SUM] : V thrust/press against; struggle against, offer resistance; make a stand;

[OBNIXE] : ADV resolutley; strenuously;

[OBNIXE] : with all one's strength, instantly.

[OBNIXIE] : ADV submissively, in a servile manner; in restricted manner, subject to hindrance;

[OBNIXUS, OBNIXA, OBNIXUM] : ADJ resolute, determined; obstinate;

[OBNOXIUS, OBNOXIA, OBNOXIUM] : ADJ liable; guilty;

[OBNOXIUS] : harmful, hostile.

[OBNUBILATIO, OBNUBILATIONIS] : N darkening;

[OBNUBILO, OBNUBILARE, OBNUBILAVI, OBNUBILATUS] : V obseure, render dark/obscure; darken/cloud/fog (the mind); render unconscious;

[OBNUBILO] : to overcloud.

[OBNUBO, OBNUBERE, OBNUPSI, OBNUPTUS] : V veil, cover (the head);

[OBNUNTIO, OBNUNTIARE, OBNUNTIAVI, OBNUNTIATUS] : V announce adverse omens;

[OBOEDENS, OBOEDENTIS (GEN.), OBOEDENTIOR -OR -US, OBOEDENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ obedient, compliant, submissive to authority/commands/word (of); under orders;

[OBOEDIENS, (GEN.), OBOEDIENTIS] : ADJ obedient, submissive;

[OBOEDIENTIA, OBOEDIENTIAE] : N obedience, compliance, submission to authority;

[OBOEDIENTIER, OBOEDIENTIUS, OBOEDIENTISSIME] : ADV obediently, compliantly, without demur;

[OBOEDIENTIO, OBOEDIENTIONIS] : N obedience, compliance, submission to authority;

[OBOEDIO, OBOEDIRE, OBOEDIVI, OBOEDITUS] : V obey; listen/harken/submit (to); be subject/obedient/responsible/a slave (to);

[OBOLEO, OBOLERE, OBOLUI] : V stink, smell of; present an odor, give forth a smell, betray oneself w/smell;

[OBOLUS, OBOLI] : N obol, greek coin (1/6 drachma); greek weight (1/6 drachma);

[OBORIOR, OBORIRI, -, OBORSUS SUM] : V arise, appear or spring up before; well up (of tears);

[OBORTUS, OBORTA, OBORTUM] : ADJ rising, flowing;

[OBPROBRIUM, OBPROBRI(I)] : N reproach, taunt; disgrace, shame, scandal; source of reproach/shame;

[OBREPO, OBREPERE, OBREPSI, OBREPTUS] : V creep up to; approach unawares; sneak in;

[OBRETIO, OBRETIRE,] : V to catch in a net;

[OBRIZUM, OBRIZI] : N fine gold;

[OBRIZUS, OBRIZA, OBRIZUM] : ADJ fine (gold); refined; assayed, tested (old);

[OBRUO, OBRUERE, OBRUI, OBRUTUS] : V cover up, hide, bury; overwhelm, ruin; crush;

[OBRUO] : to overwhelm, destroy.

[OBRUSSA, OBRUSSAE] : N assay; test; assaying/testing of gold; (aurum ad ~ => tested/fine gold);

[OBRUSSUS, OBRUSSA, OBRUSSUM] : ADJ fine (gold); refined; assayed, tested (old);

[OBRUZA, OBRUZAE] : N assay; test; assaying/testing of gold; (aurum ad ~ => tested/fine gold);

[OBRUZUS, OBRUZA, OBRUZUM] : ADJ fine (gold); refined; assayed, tested (old);

[OBRYSUM, OBRYSI] : N fine gold;

[OBRYSUS, OBRYSA, OBRYSUM] : ADJ fine (gold); refined; assayed, tested (old);

[OBSAEPIO, OBSAEPIRE, OBSAEPSI, OBSAEPTUS] : V enclose, seal up; block, obstruct;

[OBSCAENE, OBSCAENIUS, OBSCAENISSIME] : ADV obscenely, so as to involve obscenity (of langauge), indecently, lewdly;

[OBSCAENITAS, OBSCAENITATIS] : N indecency, obscenity (language); indecent/obscene behavior/figures; ill omen;

[OBSCAENUM, OBSCAENI] : N private parts (pl.), external sexual/excretory organs; excrement (l+s); urine;

[OBSCAENUM, OBSCAENI] : N foul/indecent/obscene/lewd language/utterances/behavior (pl.);

[OBSCAENUS, OBSCAENA -UM, OBSCAENIOR -OR -US, OBSCAENISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ repulsive, detestable; foul; indecent, obscene, lewd; (sexual/excretory things);

[OBSCAENUS, OBSCAENA -UM, OBSCAENIOR -OR -US, OBSCAENISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ inauspicious/unpropitious; ill-omened/boding ill; filthy, polluted, disgusting;

[OBSCAENUS, OBSCAENI] : N sexual pervert; foul-mouthed person;

[OBSCENE, OBSCENIUS, OBSCENISSIME] : ADV obscenely, so as to involve obscenity (of langauge), indecently, lewdly;

[OBSCENITAS, OBSCENITATIS] : N indecency, obscenity (language); indecent/obscene behavior/figures; ill omen;

[OBSCENUM, OBSCENI] : N foul/indecent/obscene/lewd language/utterances/behavior (pl.);

[OBSCENUM, OBSCENI] : N private parts (pl.), external sexual/excretory organs; excrements (l+s); urine;

[OBSCENUS, OBSCENA -UM, OBSCENIOR -OR -US, OBSCENISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ repulsive, detestable; foul; indecent, obscene, lewd; (sexual/excretory things);

[OBSCENUS, OBSCENA -UM, OBSCENIOR -OR -US, OBSCENISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ inauspicious/unpropitious; ill-omened/boding ill; filthy, polluted, disgusting;

[OBSCENUS, OBSCENI] : N sexual pervert; foul-mouthed person;

[OBSCOENA] : offensive, filthy.

[OBSCURITAS, OBSCURITATIS] : N darkness, obscurity unintelligibility;

[OBSCURO, OBSCURARE, OBSCURAVI, OBSCURATUS] : V darken, obscure; conceal; make indistinct; cause to be forgotten;

[OBSCURUM] : darkness.

[OBSCURUS, OBSCURA, OBSCURUM] : ADJ dark, secret; vague, obscure;

[OBSECRATIO, OBSECRATIONIS] : N supplication, entreaty; public act of prayer;

[OBSECRO, OBSECRARE, OBSECRAVI, OBSECRATUS] : V entreat/beseech/implore/pray; (w/diety as object); (fidem ~ => beg support);

[OBSEQUELLA, OBSEQUELLAE] : N compliance;

[OBSEQUENS] : compliant.

[OBSEQUENTER] : ADV compliantly; obediently; with deference;

[OBSEQUIUM FUNERIS] : funeral rites.

[OBSEQUIUM, OBSEQUI(I)] : N servility/subservience/obsequiousness; ceremony (bee); attendance; retinue;

[OBSEQUIUM, OBSEQUI(I)] : N compliance (act/form/sex/orders); consideration/deference/solicitude; services;

[OBSEQUIUM, OBSEQUI(I)] : N obedience/allegiance/discipline (military); tractability/docility (animals);

[OBSEQUIUM] : indulgence, pliancy, submission.

[OBSEQUIUM] : obedience, indulgence.

[OBSEQUOR, OBSEQUI, -, OBSECUTUS SUM] : V yield to; humor;

[OBSERO, OBSERARE, OBSERAVI, OBSERATUS] : V bolt, fasten, place a bar across; bar, prohibit access to; shot off, enclose;

[OBSERO, OBSERERE, OBSEVI, OBSITUS] : V sow, plant; cover;

[OBSERVATIO, OBSERVATIONIS] : N observation, attention, action of watching/taking notice; surveillance; usage;

[OBSERVO, OBSERVARE, OBSERVAVI, OBSERVATUS] : V watch, observe; heed;

[OBSES, OBSIDIS] : N hostage; pledge, security;

[OBSES] : (obsidis) hostage, security, pledge, surety

[OBSES] : (obsidis) hostage, security, pledge, surety.

[OBSES] : surety, hostage.

[OBSESSIO, OBSESSIONIS] : N blockade, siege;

[OBSESSOR, OBSESSORIS] : N besieger, frequenter;

[OBSETRICIUM, OBSETRICII] : N midwifery/obstetric care (pl.);

[OBSETRICIUS, OBSETRICIA, OBSETRICIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a midwife/midwifery/obstetric care;

[OBSETRICO, OBSETRICARE, OBSETRICAVI, OBSETRICATUS] : V assist in childbirth, perform the office of a midwife, provide obstetric care;

[OBSETRIX, OBSETRICIS] : N midwife;

[OBSIDEO, OBSIDERE, OBSEDI, OBSESSUS] : V blockade, besiege, invest, beset; take possession of;

[OBSIDEO] : to sit near / haunt, frequent / besiege, invest

[OBSIDEO] : to sit near/ haunt, frequent/ besiege, invest.

[OBSIDIALIS, OBSIDIALIS, OBSIDIALE] : ADJ of/connected with siege/blockade; (corona ~ => grass crown for raising siege);

[OBSIDIO, OBSIDIONIS] : N siege; blockade;

[OBSIDIONALIS, OBSIDIONALIS, OBSIDIONALE] : ADJ of/connected with siege/blockade; (corona ~ => grass crown for raising siege);

[OBSIDIUM, OBSIDI(I)] : N siege, blockade;

[OBSIDO, OBSIDERE,] : V besiege; occupy;

[OBSIDO] : blockage, besiege, invest.

[OBSIDO] : blockage, besiege, invest

[OBSIGNATOR, OBSIGNATORIS] : N sealer, witness;

[OBSIGNO, OBSIGNARE, OBSIGNAVI, OBSIGNATUS] : V sign, seal;

[OBSISTO, OBSISTERE, OBSTITI, OBSTITUS] : V oppose, resist; stand in the way; make a stand against, withstand;

[OBSITUS, OBSITA, OBSITUM] : ADJ overgrown, covered (with);

[OBSOLEFIO, OBSOLEFIERI, -, OBSOLEFACTUS SUM] : V to become worn out; to be degraded;

[OBSOLESCO, OBSOLESCERE, OBSOLEVI, OBSOLETUS] : V fall into disuse, be forgotten about;

[OBSOLETUS, OBSOLETA, OBSOLETUM] : ADJ worn-out, dilapidated; hackneyed;

[OBSONIUM, OBSONI(I)] : N food; provisions, shopping;

[OBSONO, OBSONARE, OBSONAVI, OBSONATUS] : V buy food, get/purchase provisions/(things for meal); go shopping; feast/banquet;

[OBSONOR, OBSONARI, -, OBSONATUS SUM] : V buy food, get/purchase provisions/(things for meal); go shopping; feast/banquet;

[OBSTACULUM, OBSTACULI] : N obstacle, obstruction; that which stands in the way;

[OBSTACULUM] : obstacle.

[OBSTANTIA, OBSTANTIAE] : N obstruction; resistance; hindrance;

[OBSTETRICIUM, OBSTETRICII] : N midwifery/obstetric care (pl.);

[OBSTETRICIUS, OBSTETRICIA, OBSTETRICIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a midwife/midwifery/obstetric care;

[OBSTETRICO, OBSTETRICARE, OBSTETRICAVI, OBSTETRICATUS] : V assist in childbirth, perform the office of a midwife, provide obstetric care;

[OBSTETRITIUS, OBSTETRITIA, OBSTETRITIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a midwife/midwifery/obstetric care;

[OBSTETRIX, OBSTETRICIS] : N midwife;

[OBSTINATE] : ADV resolutely, obstinately;

[OBSTINATIO, OBSTINATIONIS] : N determination, stubbornness;

[OBSTINATUS, OBSTINATA, OBSTINATUM] : ADJ firm, resolved, resolute; obstinate;

[OBSTINATUS] : firm, resolved, staunch.

[OBSTINATUS] : resolute.

[OBSTINO, OBSTINARE, OBSTINAVI, OBSTINATUS] : V be determined on;

[OBSTIPESCO, OBSTIPESCERE, OBSTIPUI] : V be amazed;

[OBSTIPUS, OBSTIPA, OBSTIPUM] : ADJ awry, crooked, bent sideways or at an angle;

[OBSTITRIX, OBSTITRICIS] : N midwife;

[OBSTO, OBSTARE, OBSTITI] : V oppose, hinder; (w/dat);

[OBSTO] : to oppose, defend, stand against.

[OBSTREPO, OBSTREPERE, OBSTREPUI, OBSTREPITUS] : V roar against; make a loud noise;

[OBSTRINGO, OBSTRINGERE, OBSTRINXI, OBSTRICTUS] : V confine; involve; oblige, put under an obligation, bind, bind by oath;

[OBSTRUO, OBSTRUERE, OBSTRUXI, OBSTRUCTUS] : V block up, barricade;

[OBSTUPEFACIO, OBSTUPEFACERE, OBSTUPEFECI, OBSTUPEFACTUS] : V strike dumb with any powerful emotion, daze; paralyze;

[OBSTUPEFIO, OBSTUPEFIERI, -, OBSTUPEFACTUS SUM] : V be astonished;

[OBSTUPESCO, OBSTUPESCERE, OBSTUPUI] : V be stupefied; be struck dumb; be astounded;

[OBSUM, OBESSE, OBFUI, OBFUTURUS] : V hurt; be a nuisance to, tell against;

[OBSUM, OBESSE, OFFUI, OFFUTURUS] : V hurt; be a nuisance to, tell against;

[OBSUM] : to hinder.

[OBSUO, OBSUERE, OBSUI, OBSUTUS] : V sew up;

[OBSURDESCO, OBSURDESCERE, OBSURDUI] : V to become deaf; to turn a deaf ear;

[OBTEGO, OBTEGERE, OBTEXI, OBTECTUS] : V cover over; conceal; protect;

[OBTEMPERO, OBTEMPERARE, OBTEMPERAVI, OBTEMPERATUS] : V obey; comply with the demands of; be submissive to; (w/dat);

[OBTEMPERO] : to obey.

[OBTENDO, OBTENDERE, OBTENDI, OBTENTUS] : V stretch/spread before/over; hide, envelop, conceal; plead as an excuse;

[OBTENEBRICATUS, OBTENEBRICATA, OBTENEBRICATUM] : ADJ darkened, made dark;

[OBTENEBRO, OBTENEBRARE, OBTENEBRAVI, OBTENEBRATUS] : V darken, make dark; obscure, conceal (saxo);

[OBTENTUS, OBTENTUS] : N spreading before; cloaking, disguising, pretext;

[OBTERO, OBTERERE, OBTRIVI, OBTRITUS] : V crush; destroy; trample on, speak of or treat with the utmost contempt;

[OBTERO] : to bruise.

[OBTESTATIO, OBTESTATIONIS] : N earnest entreaty, supplication;

[OBTESTOR, OBTESTARI, -, OBTESTATUS SUM] : V call to witness; implore;

[OBTESTOR] : to assert.

[OBTESTOR] : to implore, entreat, beg, call as a witness.

[OBTEXO, OBTEXERE,] : V veil, cover, overspread; weave over;

[OBTICEO, OBTICERE,] : V to be silent;

[OBTICESCO, OBTICESCERE, OBTICUI] : V meet a situation with silence;

[OBTINEO, OBTINERE, OBTINUI, OBTENTUS] : V get hold of; maintain; obtain; hold fast, occupy; prevail;

[OBTINEO] : to gain.

[OBTINEO] : to hold, keep, possess, maintain / to continue.

[OBTINGO, OBTINGERE, OBTIGI] : V befall, occur (to advantage/disadvantage); fall to as one's lot;

[OBTORPESCO, OBTORPESCERE, OBTORPUI] : V become numb; lose feeling;

[OBTORQUEO, OBTORQUERE, OBTORSI, OBTORTUS] : V bend back; twist or turn;

[OBTRECTATIO, OBTRECTATIONIS] : N disparagement; detraction; verbal attack inspired by malice or spite;

[OBTRECTATOR, OBTRECTATORIS] : N critic, disparager;

[OBTRECTO, OBTRECTARE, OBTRECTAVI, OBTRECTATUS] : V detract from; disparage, belittle;

[OBTRUNCO, OBTRUNCARE, OBTRUNCAVI, OBTRUNCATUS] : V kill; cut down;

[OBTUNDO, OBTUNDERE, OBTUDI, OBTUSUS] : V strike, beat, batter; make blunt; deafen;

[OBTURO, OBTURARE, OBTURAVI, OBTURATUS] : V to stop up;

[OBTUSUS, OBTUSA, OBTUSUM] : ADJ blunt; dull; obtuse;

[OBTUTUS, OBTUTUS] : N gaze; contemplation;

[OBTUTUS] : gaze.

[OBUMBRO, OBUMBRARE, OBUMBRAVI, OBUMBRATUS] : V overshadow, darken; conceal; defend;

[OBUNCUS, OBUNCA, OBUNCUM] : ADJ bent, hooked;

[OBUSTUS, OBUSTA, OBUSTUM] : ADJ having the extremity burnt to form a point; scorched by burning;

[OBVENIO, OBVENIRE, OBVENI, OBVENTUS] : V meet;

[OBVERSOR, OBVERSARI, -, OBVERSATUS SUM] : V appear before one; go to and fro publicly;

[OBVERSUS] : turned towards.

[OBVERTO, OBVERTERE, OBVERTI, OBVERSUS] : V turn or direct towards; direct against;

[OBVIAM IRE] : (+ dat.) to go to meet, oppose / help, remedy.

[OBVIAM IRE] : (+ dat.) to go to meet, oppose/ help, remedy.

[OBVIAM] : (adverb) in the way, on the way, toward.

[OBVIAM] : (adverb) in the way, on the way, toward

[OBVIAM] : ADV in the way; against;

[OBVIAM] : on the way, in the way/ (+ dat.) towards, against.

[OBVIAM] : on the way, in the way /(+ dat.) towards, against.

[OBVIO, OBVIARE, OBVIAVI, OBVIATUS] : V meet (with dat.);

[OBVIO] : to encounter, meet.

[OBVIUS, OBVIA, OBVIUM] : ADJ in the way, easy; hostile; exposed (to);

[OBVIUS] : on the way, in the way/ (in dat.) open, accessible.

[OBVIUS] : on the way, in the way / (in dat.) open, accessible.

[OBVOLVO, OBVOLVERE, OBVALVI, OBVALUTUS] : V wrap up, muffle, cover;

[OBVOLVO] : to muffle up.

[OBVOLVO] : to wrap up, cover,

[OBVOLVO] : to wrap up, cover,.

[OCCAECO, OCCAECARE, OCCAECAVI, OCCAECATUS] : V blind; blot out the light of day, darken; obscure, bury, conceal; seal/stop up;

[OCCALLESCO, OCCALLESCERE, OCCALLUI] : V become callous; acquire a thick skin;

[OCCANO, OCCANERE, OCCANUI] : V to sound;

[OCCASIO, OCCASIONIS] : N opportunity; chance; pretext, occasion;

[OCCASIO] : favorable moment, opportunity.

[OCCASIO] : opportunity.

[OCCASUS, OCCASUS] : N setting (solis occasus => sunset; west);

[OCCASUS] : setting (of the sun, etc)/ the west/ fall, destruction.

[OCCASUS] : setting (of the sun, etc)/ the west / fall, destruction.

[OCCASUS] : sunset, west.

[OCCATIO] : harrowing.

[OCCEDO, OCCEDERE, OCCESSI, OCCESSUS] : V to go towards, meet;

[OCCENTO, OCCENTARE, OCCENTAVI, OCCENTATUS] : V to sing a serenade to; to sing a lampoon against;

[OCCIDENS, (GEN.), OCCIDENTIS] : ADJ connected with sunset/evening; western, westerly;

[OCCIDENS, OCCIDENTIS] : N west; region of the setting sun; western part of the world/its inhabitants;

[OCCIDENTALIS, OCCIDENTALIS, OCCIDENTALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to/connected with/coming from the west; westerly;

[OCCIDIO, OCCIDIONIS] : N massacre; wholesale slaughter;

[OCCIDIO] : slaughter, massacre.

[OCCIDO, OCCIDERE, OCCIDI, OCCASUS] : V fall, fall down; perish, die, be slain; be ruined/done for, decline, end;

[OCCIDO, OCCIDERE, OCCIDI, OCCISUS] : V kill, murder, slaughter, slay; cut/knock down; weary, be the death/ruin of;

[OCCIDO] : occidi ; occasum ; to fall, fall down, (for the sun) to set.

[OCCIDO] : to kill.

[OCCIDUUS, OCCIDUA, OCCIDUUM] : ADJ setting; westerly;

[OCCINO, OCCINERE, OCCINUI] : V break in with a song or call; interpose a call; sing inauspiciously, croak;

[OCCIPIO, OCCIPERE, OCCEPI, OCCEPTUS] : V begin;

[OCCIPITIUM, OCCIPITII] : N back of the head, occiput;

[OCCIPUT, OCCIPITIS] : N back of the head, occiput;

[OCCISIO, OCCISIONIS] : N murder, killing; slaughter;

[OCCISOR] : murderer.

[OCCLUDO, OCCLUDERE, OCCLUSI, OCCLUSUS] : V to shut up, close up;

[OCCLUDO] : to close, shut up, close off.

[OCCO, OCCARE, OCCAVI, OCCATUS] : V harrow (ground);

[OCCUBO, OCCUBARE, OCCUBUI, OCCUBITUS] : V lie (against/on top of); lie dead;

[OCCUBO] : to lie down, rest, recline/ rest in the grave.

[OCCULCO, OCCULCARE, OCCULCAVI, OCCULCATUS] : V trample down;

[OCCULCO] : to trample (down).

[OCCULO, OCCULERE, OCCULUI, OCCULTUS] : V cover; cover up, hide, cover over, conceal;

[OCCULTATIO, OCCULTATIONIS] : N concealment;

[OCCULTE] : ADV secretly;

[OCCULTE] : secretly, in secret, by stealth.

[OCCULTO, OCCULTARE, OCCULTAVI, OCCULTATUS] : V hide; conceal;

[OCCULTO] : to hide, conceal, cover.

[OCCULTUS, OCCULTA, OCCULTUM] : ADJ hidden, secret; in occulto => secretly;

[OCCULTUS] : hidden, concealed / secretly.

[OCCULTUS] : hidden, concealed/ secretly.

[OCCUMBO, OCCUMBERE, OCCUMBUI, OCCUMBITUS] : V meet with (death); meet one's death;

[OCCUMBO] : to fall, topple, drop/ fall dead.

[OCCUMBO] : to fall, topple, drop / fall dead.

[OCCUMBO] : to fall.

[OCCUPATIO, OCCUPATIONIS] : N occupation, employment;

[OCCUPO, OCCUPARE, OCCUPAVI, OCCUPATUS] : V seize; gain; overtake; capture, occupy; attack;

[OCCUPO] : to occupy, seize, appropriate, confiscate, commandeer.

[OCCUPO] : to take possession, grasp, seize, enjoy, get a start on.

[OCCURO] : to occur, come about, happen.

[OCCURRO, OCCURRERE, OCCURRI, OCCURSUS] : V run to meet; oppose, resist; come to mind, occur (with dat);

[OCCURRO] : to go to meet, rush upon.

[OCCURRO] : to occur, come about, happen.

[OCCURRO] : to occur / run to meet, attack / oppose, work against

[OCCURRO] : to run to meet, attack/ oppose, work against.

[OCCURSO, OCCURSARE, OCCURSAVI, OCCURSATUS] : V run repeatedly or in large numbers; mob; obstruct;

[OCCURSUS, OCCURSUS] : N meeting;

[OCCURSUS] : a meeting.

[OCEANUS, OCEANI] : N ocean;

[OCELLUS, OCELLI] : N (little) eye; darling;

[OCELUM, OCELI] : N ocelum, city in cisalpine gaul (n. italy);

[OCIMUM, OCIMI] : N herb, basil (ocimim basilicum);

[OCIMUMM] : basil (cultivated) Ocimum basilicum (L.) Celsus, Spencer, p.492, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[OCIMUS, OCIMI] : N herb, basil (ocimim basilicum);

[OCIOR, OCIOR, OCIUS] : ADJ swifter, more speedy/rapid; sooner, prompter; appearing/occurring earlier;

[OCIS, OCE, OCIOR -OR -US, OCISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ swift/rapid, moving at speed; arriving/appearing/occuring earlier/sooner (comp);

[OCISSIMUS, OCISSIMA, OCISSIMUM] : ADJ swiftest, most speedy/rapid; soonest, most prompt; appearing/occurring earliest;

[OCIUS] : quick. fleet, sooner, faster.

[OCREA, OCREAE] : N greave, leg-covering;

[OCREATUS, OCREATA, OCREATUM] : ADJ wearing greaves;

[OCT, UNDECLINED] : ADJ october (month) (mensis understood); abbr. oct.;

[OCTINGENT] : NUM eight hundred;

[OCTINGENTENSIM] : NUM eight hundredth;

[OCTINGENTENSIMUS, OCTINGENTENSIMA, OCTINGENTENSIMUM] : NUM eight hundredth;

[OCTINGENTENSUM] : NUM eight hundredth;

[OCTINGENTENSUMUS, OCTINGENTENSUMA, OCTINGENTENSUMUM] : NUM eight hundredth;

[OCTINGENTI -AE -A, OCTINGENTESIMUS -A -UM, OCTINGENI -AE -A, OCTINGENTIE(N)S] : NUM eight hundred;

[OCTIPES, (GEN.), OCTIPEDIS] : ADJ having eight feet;

[OCTO, OCTAVUS -A -UM, OCTONI -AE -A, OCTIE(N)S] : NUM eight;

[OCTO] : NUM eight;

[OCTOBER, OCTOBRA, OCTOBRUM] : ADJ october (month) (mensis understood); abbr. oct.; of/pertaining to october;

[OCTODECIM] : NUM eighteen;

[OCTOGENARIUS, OCTOGENARIA, OCTOGENARIUM] : ADJ consisting of eighty;

[OCTOGENSIM] : NUM eightieth;

[OCTOGENSIMUS, OCTOGENSIMA, OCTOGENSIMUM] : NUM eightieth;

[OCTOGENSUM] : NUM eightieth;

[OCTOGENSUMUS, OCTOGENSUMA, OCTOGENSUMUM] : NUM eightieth;

[OCTOGINTA, OCTOGESIMUS -A -UM, OCTOGENI -AE -A, OCTOGIE(N)S] : NUM eighty;

[OCTOGINTA] : NUM eighty;

[OCTOIUGIS, OCTOIUGIS, OCTOIUGE] : ADJ yoked eight together;

[OCTONARIUS, OCTONARIA, OCTONARIUM] : ADJ consisting of eight together;

[OCTOPHORON, OCTOPHORI] : N litter carried

[OCTOPHORON] : ADJ borne by eight;

[OCTOPHOROS, OCTOPHOROS] : ADJ borne by eight;

[OCTUPLICATUS, OCTUPLICATA, OCTUPLICATUM] : ADJ increased eightfold;

[OCTUPLUM, OCTUPLI] : N an eightfold penalty;

[OCTUPLUS, OCTUPLA, OCTUPLUM] : ADJ eightfold;

[OCTUSSIS, OCTUSSIS] : N eight 'asses';

[OCULATUS, OCULATA, OCULATUM] : ADJ having eyes; catching the eye, conspicuous;

[OCULUS, OCULI] : N eye;

[OCULUS] : eye.

[ODEO, ODIRE, ODIVI(II)] : V hate; dislike; be disinclined/reluctant/adverse to; (usu. prefdef);

[ODERINT, DUM METUANT. ] : PHRASE May they hate me, if only they fear me.

[ODI ET AMO. QUARE ID FACIAM, FORTASSE REQUIRIS,NESCIO. SED FIERI SENTIO ET ] : PHRASE I hate and i love, perhaps you ask me why.i don't know. but i feel, tormented, that it is so.

[ODI PROFANUM VULGUS ET ARCEO. ] : PHRASE I loathe the uneducated mass and keep them away from me.

[ODIBILIS, ODIBILIS, ODIBILE] : ADJ odious, hateful; that deserves to be hated;

[ODIO, ODIRE, ODIVI] : V hate; dislike; be disinclined/reluctant/adverse to; (usu. prefdef);

[ODIO] : to hate, despite, hold in contempt, dislike strongly.

[ODIOSE] : ADV distastefully, repugnantly; so as to be tiresome/a nuisance;

[ODIOSUS, ODIOSA -UM, ODIOSIOR -OR -US, ODIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ distasteful. disagreeable, offensive; tiresome, boring, troublesome, annoying;

[ODIUM, ODI(I)] : N hatred, dislike;

[ODIUM] : hatred.

[ODOLLAMES, ODOLLAMITIS] : N adullamite; person from adullam (in judeha, famous for refuge caves);

[ODOR, ODORIS] : N scent, odor, aroma, smell; hint, inkling, suggestion;

[ODORAMEN, ODORAMINIS] : N perfume, spice, balsam;

[ODORAMENTUM, ODORAMENTI] : N aromatic spice; perfume, spice, balsam, odoriferous substance (l+s);

[ODORATUS, ODORATA, ODORATUM] : ADJ perfumed, fragrant;

[ODORIFER, ODORIFERA, ODORIFERUM] : ADJ fragrant, sweet smelling; producing/containing spices/perfumes (places/people;

[ODORIFERA] : fragrant.

[ODORO, ODORARE, ODORAVI, ODORATUS] : V perfume, make fragrant;

[ODOROR, ODORARI, -, ODORATUS SUM] : V smell out, scent; get a smattering (of );

[ODORUS, ODORA, ODORUM] : ADJ odorous, fragrant; keen-scented;

[ODORUS] : keen scenter, sharp nosed.

[OECONOMIA, OECONOMIAE] : N arrangement, division;

[OECONOMICUS, OECONOMICA, OECONOMICUM] : ADJ relating to domestic economy; orderly, methodical;

[OECONOMUS, OECONOMI] : N steward (erasmus); arranger/manager;

[OENOPHORUM, OENOPHORI] : N basket for wine;

[OEPHI, UNDECLINED] : N ephi, jewish dry measure] : (ten gomor, over twenty bushels);

[OESTRUS, OESTRI] : N gad-fly;

[OESTRUS] : horse-fly, frenzy.

[OESYPUM, OESYPI] : N cosmetic;

[of a person].

[of a place].

[OFELLA, OFELLAE] : N bit, morsel;

[off], fetch.

[OFFA, OFFAE] : N lump of food, cake;

[OFFA] : lump, swelling / pellet, shot / mass of something.

[OFFA] : lump, swelling/ pellet, shot/ mass of something.

[OFFENDICULUM, OFFENDICULI] : N obstacle, stumbling block, hindererance; cause of offence (l+s);

[OFFENDO, OFFENDERE, OFFENDI, OFFENSUS] : V offend, hurt (feelings);

[OFFENDO] : stumble, lurch.

[OFFENDO] : to displease.

[OFFENDO] : to knock, hit, strike / shock, offend, displease / stumble, lurch.

[OFFENDO] : to knock, hit, strike/ shock, offend, displease.

[OFFENSA, OFFENSAE] : N offense, displeasure; offense to a person's feelings, resentment;

[OFFENSIO, OFFENSIONIS] : N displeasure; accident;

[OFFENSIO] : cause of offense.

[OFFENSIO] : striking, knocking, hitting against, blow.

[OFFENSIUNCULA, OFFENSIUNCULAE] : N slight displeasure or check;

[OFFENSO, OFFENSARE, OFFENSAVI, OFFENSATUS] : V knock/strike against, bump into;

[OFFENSUS, OFFENSUS] : N collision, knock;

[OFFENSUS] : collision, shock / dislike, displeasure.

[OFFENSUS] : collision, shock/ dislike, displeasure.

[OFFENSUS] : offense.

[OFFERO, OFFERRE, OBTULI, OBLATUS] : V offer; present; cause; bestow;

[OFFERO] : to bring forward, place before, present, offer, expose.

[OFFICIAL, OFFICIALIS] : N official/servant attending a magistrate; an official;

[OFFICIALIS, OFFICIALIS, OFFICIALE] : ADJ connected with duty/office/service/obligation; official (post-classical);

[OFFICINA, OFFICINAE] : N workshop; office;

[OFFICINA] : workshop, factor.

[OFFICIO, OFFICERE, OFFECI, OFFECTUS] : V block the path (of ), check, impede;

[OFFICIOSUS, OFFICIOSA, OFFICIOSUM] : ADJ dutiful, attentive; officious;

[OFFICIOSUS] : respectful, attentive.

[OFFICIUM, OFFICI(I)] : N duty, obligation; kindness; service, office;

[OFFICIUM] : duty, service, job.

[OFFICIUM] : duty, service, job, post, position, responsibility.

[OFFICIUM] : office, obligation, duty.

[OFFIRMO, OFFIRMARE, OFFIRMAVI, OFFIRMATUS] : V secure; make inflexible;

[OFFOCO, OFFOCARE, OFFOCAVI, OFFOCATUS] : V choke, throttle;

[OFFRINGO, OFFRINGERE, OFFREGI, OFFRACTUS] : V break up (ground) by cross-plowing;

[OFFUCIA, OFFUCIAE] : N paint, rouge; deceit;

[OFFUCO, OFFUCARE, OFFUCAVI, OFFUCATUS] : V choke, throttle;

[OFFULGEO, OFFULGERE, OFFULGSI] : V shine forth in the path of, appear; shine on;

[OFFUNDO, OFFUNDERE, OFFUDI, OFFUSUS] : V pour/spread over;

[OFFUSCATIO, OFFUSCATIONIS] : N darkening, obscuring; vilifying, degrading (eccl.); surliness (vulgate);

[OGGANIO, OGGANIRE,] : V to growl at;

[OH] : INTERJ oh! ah!;

[OHE] : INTERJ hey! hey there!;

[OI] : INTERJ oh! ah!;

[OLEA, OLEAE] : N olive; olive-tree;

[OLEAGINUS, OLEAGINA, OLEAGINUM] : ADJ of the olive tree;

[OLEARIUS, OLEARIA, OLEARIUM] : ADJ of or for oil;

[OLEASTER, OLEASTRI] : N wild olive-tree;

[OLEFACIO, OLEFACERE, OLEFECI, OLEFACTUS] : V smell, detect odor of; get wind of, hear about; smell/sniff at; cause to smell;

[OLEFACTO, OLEFACTARE, OLEFACTAVI, OLEFACTATUS] : V smell, sniff, perceive, detect; smell/sniff at;

[OLEO, OLERE, OLUI] : V smell of, smell like;

[OLEUM, OLEI] : N oil;

[OLFACIO, OLFACERE, OLFECI, OLFACTUS] : V smell;

[OLFACTO, OLFACTARE, OLFACTAVI, OLFACTATUS] : V smell, sniff, perceive, detect; smell/sniff at;

[OLFACTORIOLUM, OLFACTORIOLI] : N little smelling/scent bottle; sweet ball (douay);

[OLFACTORIUM, OLFACTORII] : N smelling/scent bottle; nose-gay (l+s);

[OLFACTORIUS, OLFACTORIA, OLFACTORIUM] : ADJ used to sniff at; (smelling/scent bottle); (nose-gay l+s);

[OLIDUS, OLIDA, OLIDUM] : ADJ stinking;

[OLIM] : ADV formerly; once, once upon a time; in the future;

[OLIM] : at that time, formerly, once, for a long time now.

[OLIM] : once, at a future time.

[OLIM] : once; of old; one day

[OLITOR, OLITORIS] : N vegetable-grower;

[OLITORIUS, OLITORIA, OLITORIUM] : ADJ pertaining to vegetables;

[OLIVA, OLIVAE] : N olive; olive tree;

[OLIVETUM, OLIVETI] : N olive-yard;

[OLIVIFER, OLIVIFERA, OLIVIFERUM] : ADJ olive-bearing;

[OLIVUM, OLIVI] : N olive-oil; wrestling;

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

[OLLA, OLLAE] : N pot, jar;

[OLLE, OLLA, OLLUD] : PRON that; those (pl.); also demonst; that person/thing; the well known; the former;

[OLOR, OLORIS] : N swan; constellation cygnus;

[OLORINUS, OLORINA, OLORINUM] : ADJ belonging to a swan or swans;

[OLUS, OLERIS] : N vegetables; cabbage, turnips, greens; kitchen/pot herbs;

[OLYMPUS] : heaven, home of the gods, height of eminence.

[OMASUM, OMASI] : N bullock's tripe;

[OMEGA, UNDECLINED] : N omega; last letter of greek alphabet; (transliterate as o); last; the end;

[OMEN, OMINIS] : N omen, sign; token;

[OMENTUM, OMENTI] : N fat; entrails, bowels;

[OMINOR, OMINARI, -, OMINATUS SUM] : V forebode, presage;

[OMINOSUS, OMINOSA, OMINOSUM] : ADJ foreboding, ominous;

[OMITTO, OMITTERE, OMISI, OMISSUS] : V lay aside; omit; let go; disregard;

[OMITTO] : to let slip, lose, pardon

[OMITTO] : to let slip, lose, pardon.

[OMITTO] : to omit, leave out/ let go.

[OMITTO] : to omit, leave out / let go.

[OMNE IGNOTUM PRO MAGNIFICO EST. ] : PHRASE We have great notions of everything unknown.

[OMNE TULIT PUNCTUM QUI MISCUIT UTILE DULCI. ] : PHRASE He has won every vote whoh mingles profit with pleasure.

[OMNE, OMNIS] : N all things (pl.); everything; a/the whole, entity, unit;

[OMNES UNA MANET NOX. ] : PHRASE The same night awaits us all.

[OMNIA MEA MECUM PORTO. ] : PHRASE All that is mine, i carry with me.

[OMNIA MUTANTUR, NIHIL INTERIT. ] : PHRASE Everything changes, nothing perishes.

[OMNIA VINCIT AMOR; ET NOS CEDAMUS AMORI. ] : PHRASE Love conquers all things; let us too surrender to love.

[OMNIA] : ADV in all respects;

[OMNIBUS OMNIA. ] : PHRASE Everything for everybody.

[OMNIFARIAM] : in every way.

[OMNIFER, OMNIFERA, OMNIFERUM] : ADJ bearing everything;

[OMNIGENUS, OMNIGENA, OMNIGENUM] : ADJ of every kind;

[OMNIGENUS] : of all kinds.

[OMNIMODIS] : ADV in every (possible) way;

[OMNIMODO] : ADV always, in all circumstances;

[OMNIMODUS, OMNIMODA, OMNIMODUM] : ADJ of every sort; of all sorts/kinds (l+s);

[OMNIMODUS] : universal.

[OMNINO] : ADV entirely, altogether; after negatives -> at all; with numerals-> in all;

[OMNINO] : altogether, entirely, wholly, certainly, completely.

[OMNIPARENS, (GEN.), OMNIPARENTIS] : ADJ parent or creator of all things;

[OMNIPOTENS, (GEN.), OMNIPOTENTIS] : ADJ all-powerful, omnipotent;

[OMNIPOTENS] : all-powerful, almighty, omnipotent.

[OMNIPOTENS] : all-powerful, almighty, omnipotent

[OMNIS, OMNIS, OMNE] : ADJ each, every, every one (of a number); all (pl.); all/the whole of;

[OMNIS, OMNIS] : N all men (pl.), all persons;

[OMNIS] : all, every.

[OMNIUM RERUM PRINCIPIA PARVA SUNT. ] : PHRASE Everything has a small beginning.

[OMNIVAGUS, OMNIVAGA, OMNIVAGUM] : ADJ wandering everywhere;

[ONAGER, ONAGRI] : N wild ass;

[ONERARIUS, ONERARIA, ONERARIUM] : ADJ of burden (navis oneraria => transport);

[ONERATUS] : loaded.

[ONERO, ONERARE, ONERAVI, ONERATUS] : V load, burden; oppress;

[ONERO] : to load, burden, oppress, fil up.

[ONEROSUS, ONEROSA, ONEROSUM] : ADJ oppressive; burdensome; onerous;

[ones].

[ONOCENTAURUS, ONOCENTAURI] : N ass-centaur; (fabulous creature); impure person; monster (douay);

[ONOCROTALUS, ONOCROTALI] : N pelican;

[ONTOLOGIA, ONTOLOGIAE] : N being; metaphysics related to being/essence;

[ONUS, ONERIS] : N load, burden; cargo;

[ONUS] : load, burden, weight, trouble / charge, public road tax.

[ONUS] : load, burden, weight, trouble/ charge, public road tax.

[ONUSTUS, ONUSTA, ONUSTUM] : ADJ laden;

[ONUSTUS] : burdened, laden.

[ONYCHA, ONYCHAE] : N kind of mollusc;

[ONYCHE, ONYCHES] : N kind of mollusc;

[ONYCHINUS, ONYCHINA, ONYCHINUM] : ADJ onyx, made of onyx marble; resembling/colored like onyx marble;

[ONYX, ONYCHIS] : N yellow marble; onyx box;

[OPACO, OPACARE, OPACAVI, OPACATUS] : V shade, overshadow;

[OPACUS, OPACA, OPACUM] : ADJ dark, shaded;opaque;

[OPELLA, OPELLAE] : N little effort; trifling duties;

[OPERA, OPERAE] : N work, care; aid; service, effort, trouble; (dare operam => to pay attention to;

[OPERA] : work, pains, labor.

[OPERAE PRETIUM EST] : it is worthwhile.

[OPERAM] : do to lavish care upon.

[OPERARIA, OPERARIAE] : N worker (female), working woman, she who hires out her services;

[OPERARIUS, OPERARI(I)] : N laborer, worker, mechanic, one who works for hire;

[OPERARIUS, OPERARIA, OPERARIUM] : ADJ laboring, working for hire; used in farm work (animals); used by laborers;

[OPERATIO, OPERATIONIS] : N operation/working (of nature); devotion of effort to task; offering sacrifice;

[OPERATIO, OPERATIONIS] : N operation, working of natural forces; activity, task; offering scrafice;

[OPERATIO, OPERATIONIS] : N grace, work of holy spirit; divine service; effect/result; almsgiving/charity;

[OPERATIO] : work.

[OPERCULUM, OPERCULI] : N lid, cover;

[OPERIMENTUM, OPERIMENTI] : N cover, lid, covering;

[OPERIO, OPERIRE, OPERUI, OPERTUS] : V cover (over); bury; overspread; shut/close; conceal; clothe, cover/hide the head

[OPERO, OPERARE, OPERAVI, OPERATUS] : V work;

[OPEROR, OPERARI, -, OPERATUS SUM] : V labor, toil, work; perform (religious service), attend, serve; devote oneself;

[OPEROR] : to be active, do.

[OPEROR] : to work, labor, toil, take pains.

[OPEROSUS, OPEROSA, OPEROSUM] : ADJ painstaking; laborious; elaborate;

[OPERTORIUM, OPERTORI(I)] : N blanket. covering for a bed;

[OPERTUS, OPERTA, OPERTUM] : ADJ hidden; obscure, secret;

[OPES] : (pl.) means, wealth, abundance, riches, resources.

[OPHIOMACHUS, OPHIOMACHI] : N kind of locust; bettle; cricket; (interpretations of different bibles);

[OPIFER, OPIFERA, OPIFERUM] : ADJ bringing help;

[OPIFEX, OPIFICIS] : N workman;

[OPIMUS, OPIMA, OPIMUM] : ADJ rich, fertile; abundant; fat , plump; (opima spolia => spoils from a general);

[OPIMUS] : splendid.

[OPINIO, OPINIONIS] : N belief idea, opinion; rumour (plater);

[OPINIO] : opinion, report, rumor, conjecture, report.

[OPINIO] : rumor.

[OPINIOSUS, OPINIOSA, OPINIOSUM] : ADJ set in opinion;

[OPINOR, OPINARI, -, OPINATUS SUM] : V suppose, imagine;

[OPINOR] : -atus, 1, dep. v, to be of the opinion of

[OPINOR] : -atus, 1, dep. v, to be of the opinion of.

[OPIPARUS, OPIPARA, OPIPARUM] : ADJ splendid, rich, sumptuous; adv. opipare.

[OPISTHOTONOS] : A disease where the body is curved backward.

[OPITULOR, OPITULARI, -, OPITULATUS SUM] : V bring aid to; help; bring relief to;

[OPOROTHECA, OPOROTHECAE] : N room for storing fruit;

[OPOROTHECA] : place for keeping fruit.

[OPOROTHECA] : place for keeping fruit

[OPOROTHECE, OPOROTHECES] : N room for storing fruit;

[OPORTEO, OPORTERE, OPORTUI, OPORTUITUS] : V require (to be done), order;

[OPORTET, OPORTERE, OPORTIT] : V it is right, proper, necessary, it is becoming; it behooves; ought;

[OPORTET] : imper v., to assume it shall be, reasonable, necessary.

[OPORTET] : imper v., to assume it shall be, reasonable, necessary

[OPORTET] : it is fitting, it is proper, reasonable, becoming

[OPORTET] : it is fitting, it is proper, reasonable, becoming.

[OPORTET] : it is needful, it behooves.

[OPORTET] : it is proper, one should, one ought.

[OPORTET] : it is proper, one should, one ought

[OPORTUNE, OPORTUNIUS, OPORTUNISSIME] : ADV suitably; advantageously; conveniently, opportunely, favorably;

[OPORTUNITAS, OPORTUNITATIS] : N convenience, advantageousness; right time; opportuneness; opportunity, chance;

[OPORTUNITAS] : convenience, fitness, advantage, opportunity.

[OPORTUNUS, OPORTUNA -UM, OPORTUNIOR -OR -US, OPORTUNISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ suitable; advantageous; useful, fit, favorable/opportune, ready; liable/exposed;

[OPPANDO, OPPANDERE, OPPANDI, OPPASSUS] : V spread/stretch out/in the way;

[OPPANDO, OPPANDERE, OPPANDI, OPPANSUS] : V spread/stretch out/in the way;

[OPPANSUM, OPPANSI] : N covering; envelop;

[OPPASSUM, OPPASSI] : N covering; envelop;

[OPPERIOR, OPPERIRI, -, OPPERITUS SUM] : V wait (for); await;

[OPPETO, OPPETERE, OPPETIVI, OPPETITUS] : V meet, encounter; perish;

[OPPIDANUS, OPPIDANI] : N townspeople (pl.);

[OPPIDO] : ADV exceedingly, utterly, altogether;

[OPPIDULUM, OPPIDULI] : N small town;

[OPPIDUM, OPPIDI] : N town;

[OPPIDUM] : (fortified) town.

[OPPILO, OPPILARE, OPPILAVI, OPPILATUS] : V stop up, block;

[OPPLEO, OPPLERE, OPPLEVI, OPPLETUS] : V fill (completely); overspread;

[OPPONO OPPOSUI OPPOSITUM] : to set against, oppose, be opposite.

[OPPONO, OPPONERE, OPPOSUI, OPPOSITUS] : V place opposite, oppose;

[OPPORTUNE, OPPORTUNIUS, OPPORTUNISSIME] : ADV suitably; advantageously; conveniently, opportunely, favorably;

[OPPORTUNE] : (adv) opportunely, conveniently.

[OPPORTUNE] : fitly.

[OPPORTUNITAS, OPPORTUNITATIS] : N convenience, advantageousness; right time; opportuneness; opportunity, chance;

[OPPORTUNITAS] : fitness, suitability, convenience, advantage.

[OPPORTUNITATUS] : Heriman, cap. 42.

[OPPORTUNUS, OPPORTUNA -UM, OPPORTUNIOR -OR -US, OPPORTUNISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ suitable; advantageous; useful, fit, favorable/opportune, ready; liable/exposed;

[OPPORTUNUS] : fit, suitable/ (time) favorable/ (+dat.) liable to.

[OPPORTUNUS] : fit, suitable/ (time) favorable /(+dat.) liable to.

[OPPORTUNUS] : meet.

[OPPORTUNUS] : opportune, fit, convenient, suitable.

[OPPRIMO OPPRESSI OPPRESSUM] : to suppress, overwhelm, overpower, check.

[OPPRIMO, OPPRIMERE, OPPRESSI, OPPRESSUS] : V press down; suppress; overthrow; crush, overwhelm, fall upon, oppress;

[OPPRIMO] : to subdue, overpower, press against, take by surprise.

[OPPROBRIUM, OPPROBRI(I)] : N reproach, taunt; disgrace, shame, scandal; source of reproach/shame;

[OPPROBRIUM] : reproach, disgrace.

[OPPROBRO, OPPROBRARE, OPPROBRAVI, OPPROBRATUS] : V to taunt, reproach;

[OPPUGNATIO, OPPUGNATIONIS] : N assault, siege, attack; storming;

[OPPUGNATOR, OPPUGNATORIS] : N attacker;

[OPPUGNO, OPPUGNARE, OPPUGNAVI, OPPUGNATUS] : V attack, assault, storm, besiege;

[OPPUGNO] : to fight against, attack, assault, assail.

[OPPUGNO] : to war with, storm.

[OPS, OPIS] : N power, might; help; influence; (pl.) => resources, wealth;

[OPS] : singular ; power, poer to aid, power to help

[OPS] : singular ; power, power to aid, power to help.

[OPSCAENE, OPSCAENIUS, OPSCAENISSIME] : ADV obscenely, so as to involve obscenity (of langauge), indecently, lewdly;

[OPSCAENITAS, OPSCAENITATIS] : N indecency, obscenity (language); indecent/obscene behavior/figures; ill omen;

[OPSCAENUM, OPSCAENI] : N private parts (pl.), external sexual/excretory organs; excrement (l+s); urine;

[OPSCAENUM, OPSCAENI] : N foul/indecent/obscene/lewd language/utterances/behavior (pl.);

[OPSCAENUS, OPSCAENA -UM, OPSCAENIOR -OR -US, OPSCAENISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ inauspicious/unpropitious; ill-omened/boding ill; filthy, polluted, disgusting;

[OPSCAENUS, OPSCAENA -UM, OPSCAENIOR -OR -US, OPSCAENISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ repulsive, detestable; foul; indecent, obscene, lewd; (sexual/excretory things);

[OPSCAENUS, OPSCAENI] : N sexual pervert; foul-mouthed person;

[OPSCENE, OPSCENIUS, OPSCENISSIME] : ADV obscenely, so as to involve obscenity (of langauge), indecently, lewdly;

[OPSCENITAS, OPSCENITATIS] : N indecency, obscenity (language); indecent/obscene behavior/figures; ill omen;

[OPSCENUM, OPSCENI] : N private parts (pl.), external sexual/excretory organs; excrements (l+s); urine;

[OPSCENUM, OPSCENI] : N foul/indecent/obscene/lewd language/utterances/behavior (pl.);

[OPSCENUS, OPSCENA -UM, OPSCENIOR -OR -US, OPSCENISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ inauspicious/unpropitious; ill-omened/boding ill; filthy, polluted, disgusting;

[OPSCENUS, OPSCENA -UM, OPSCENIOR -OR -US, OPSCENISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ repulsive, detestable; foul; indecent, obscene, lewd; (sexual/excretory things);

[OPSCENUS, OPSCENI] : N sexual pervert; foul-mouthed person;

[OPSECRO, OPSECRARE, OPSECRAVI, OPSECRATUS] : V entreat/beseech/implore/pray; (w/diety as object); (fidem ~ => beg support);

[OPSEQUIUM, OPSEQUI(I)] : N obedience/allegiance/discipline (military); tractability/docility (animals);

[OPSEQUIUM, OPSEQUI(I)] : N servility/subservience/obsequiousness; ceremony (bee); attendance; retinue;

[OPSEQUIUM, OPSEQUI(I)] : N compliance (act/form/sex/orders); consideration/deference/solicitude; services;

[OPSERVATIO, OPSERVATIONIS] : N observation, attention, action of watching/taking notice; surveillance; usage;

[OPSONO, OPSONARE, OPSONAVI, OPSONATUS] : V buy food, get/purchase provisions/(things for meal); go shopping; feast/banquet;

[OPSONOR, OPSONARI, -, OPSONATUS SUM] : V buy food, get/purchase provisions/(things for meal); go shopping; feast/banquet;

[OPSTETRICIUM, OPSTETRICII] : N midwifery/obstetric care (pl.);

[OPSTETRICIUS, OPSTETRICIA, OPSTETRICIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a midwife/midwifery/obstetric care;

[OPSTETRICO, OPSTETRICARE, OPSTETRICAVI, OPSTETRICATUS] : V assist in childbirth, perform the office of a midwife, provide obstetric care;

[OPSTETRITIUS, OPSTETRITIA, OPSTETRITIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a midwife/midwifery/obstetric care;

[OPSTETRIX, OPSTETRICIS] : N midwife;

[OPSTITRIX, OPSTITRICIS] : N midwife;

[OPTABILIS, OPTABILIS, OPTABILE] : ADJ desirable;

[OPTATUS] : longed-for.

[OPTEMPERO, OPTEMPERARE, OPTEMPERAVI, OPTEMPERATUS] : V obey; comply with the demands of; be submissive to; (w/dat);

[OPTIMA ENIM EST LEGUM INTERPRES CONSUETUDO. ] : PHRASE The best interpreter of the law, is practise.

[OPTIMAS, OPTIMATIS] : N aristocrat; adherent of the nobility, partisan of the patricians;

[OPTIMATES] : magnates, great lords, the best people, the upper class.

[OPTIMATES] : the aristocratic party.

[OPTIME] : as best one can.

[OPTIMUS] : one of the best, aristocrat, noble.

[OPTINEO, OPTINERE, OPTINUI, OPTENTUS] : V get hold of; maintain; obtain; hold fast, occupy; prevail;

[OPTINGO, OPTINGERE, OPTIGI] : V befall, occur (to advantage/disadvantage); fall to as one's lot;

[OPTIO, OPTIONIS] : N adjutant, assistant, helper; junior officer chosen by centurion to assist;

[OPTIO, OPTIONIS] : N option, (free) choice; power/act of choosing; right of hero to pick reward;

[OPTIVUS, OPTIVA, OPTIVUM] : ADJ chosen;

[OPTO, OPTARE, OPTAVI, OPTATUS] : V choose, select; wish, wish for, desire;

[OPTO] : to desire, wish for, want.

[OPTO] : to wish for.

[OPTUME] : ADV SUPER best; (super of bene); most satisfactorily/aptly/wisely/favorably; certainly!;

[OPTUMUS, OPTUMA, OPTUMUM] : ADJ best; (bonus super); most apt/wise/noble/kind/loyal; ideal; highest; strongest;

[OPULENS, (GEN.), OPULENTIS] : ADJ wealthy; rich in wealth/resources; well supplied; sumptuous, opulent, rich;

[OPULENS] : opulentus ; rich, wealthy / powerful, mighty / splendid, sumptuous

[OPULENS] : rich, wealthy/ powerful, mighty/ splendid, sumptuous.

[OPULENTE, OPULENTIUS, OPULENTISSIME] : ADV richly, sumptuously, opulently;

[OPULENTE] : opulenter ; richly, wealthily

[OPULENTE] : opulenter ; richly, wealthily.

[OPULENTIA, OPULENTIAE] : N riches, wealth; sumptuousness;

[OPULENTIA] : riches, wealth/ power, might/ opulence, splendor.

[OPULENTIA] : riches, wealth / power, might / opulence, splendor

[OPULENTIA] : wealth.

[OPULENTUS, OPULENTA -UM, OPULENTIOR -OR -US, OPULENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ wealthy; rich in wealth/resources; well supplied; sumptuous, opulent, rich;

[OPULENTUS] : wealthy, splendid.

[OPUPA, OPUPAE] : N hoopoe (bird of family upupidae); pickax/crowbar; (birdlike); mattock/hoe (l+s);

[OPUS OPERIS] : work, labor, work done, completed work, building

[OPUS OPERIS] : work, labor, work done, completed work, building.

[OPUS, OPERIS] : N need; work; (opus est => is useful, beneficial); fortifications (pl.), works;

[OPUS] : deed, labor.

[OPUSCULUM, OPUSCULI] : N little work, trifle;

[OPUSCULUM] : a little or small work, a small book.

[OPUSCULUS] : a little or small work, a small book

[or, perhaps saucus] elder tree p. 365

[ORA, ORAE] : N shore, coast;

[ORA] : edge, rim, border, boundary / coast, coast-line

[ORA] : edge, rim, border, boundary/ coast, coast-line.

[ORA] : region, clime, district, country/ residents of a district.

[ORA] : region, clime, district, country / residents of a district

[ORA] : sea-coast.

[ORACLUM, ORACLI] : N oracle (place/agency/mouthpiece); prophecy; oracular saying/precept/maxim;

[ORACULUM, ORACULI] : N oracle (place/agency/mouthpiece); prophecy; oracular saying/precept/maxim;

[ORACULUM] : a solemn statement, oracle, prophecy, words of a god.

[ORACULUM] : a solemn statement, oracle, prophecy, words of a god

[ORARIUM, ORARII] : N napkin; handkerchief;

[ORARIUS, ORARIA, ORARIUM] : ADJ coasting, used along the coast;

[ORATIO, ORATIONIS] : N speech, oration; eloquence; prayer;

[ORATIO] : prayer.

[ORATIO] : speech, address, oration.

[ORATIUNCULA, ORATIUNCULAE] : N little speech, short oration;

[ORATOR, ORATORIS] : N speaker, orator;

[ORATOR] : orator, speaker. spokesman, envoy, ambassador.

[ORATOR] : orator, speaker. spokesman, envoy, ambassador

[ORATORIE] : ADV oratorically; in the manner of an orator;

[ORATORIE] : oratorically.

[ORATORIE] : oratorically

[ORATORIUS, ORATORIA, ORATORIUM] : ADJ of an orator; oratorical;

[ORATORIUS] : oratorical/ oratory.

[ORATORIUS] : oratorical / oratory

[ORATU] : (abl.sing.m.) by request.

[ORATU] : (abl.sing.m.) by request

[ORBIS LACTEUS] : the Milky Way.

[ORBIS LACTEUS] : the Milky Way

[ORBIS SIGNIFER] : the Zodiac

[ORBIS SIGNIFER] : the Zodiac.

[ORBIS TERRARUM] : the world, the Earth

[ORBIS TERRARUM] : the world, the Earth.

[ORBIS, ORBIS] : N circle, territory; region; orbis terrarum => world (circle of lands); sphere;

[ORBIS] : circle, orb, ring, disk, orbit, coil/ round/ rotation.

[ORBIS] : circle, orb, ring, disk, orbit, coil/ round / rotation

[ORBIS] : world, circle.

[ORBITA, ORBITAE] : N wheel-track, rut; orbit;

[ORBITA] : a wheel rut

[ORBITA] : a wheel rut.

[ORBITAS, ORBITATIS] : N bereavement; loss of a child; orphanhood; childlessness;

[ORBITAS] : bereavement, loss of children, loss of parents.

[ORBITAS] : bereavement, loss of children, loss of parents

[ORBO, ORBARE, ORBAVI, ORBATUS] : V bereave (of parents, children, etc), deprive (of);

[ORBUS, ORBA, ORBUM] : ADJ bereft, deprived,childless;

[ORBUS] : deprived of children or parents, orphan / deprived, destitute

[ORBUS] : deprived of children or parents, orphan/ deprived, destitute.

[ORBUS] : destitute.

[ORCA, ORCAE] : N pot or jar with a large belly and narrow neck; large sea mammal (grampus?);

[ORCA] : a pot or jar

[ORCA] : a pot or jar.

[ORCHAS, ORCHADOS/IS] : N species of olive;

[ORCHAS] : orchadis ; a type of olive

[ORCHAS] : orchadis ; a type of olive.

[ORCHESTRA, ORCHESTRAE] : N area in front of stage; (greek, held chorus; roman, seats for senators/vips);

[ORCHESTRA] : theater space reserved for the Senate/ senators.

[ORCHESTRA] : theater space reserved for the Senate / senators

[ORCIVUS, ORCIVA, ORCIVUM] : ADJ appointed (to position/office) under terms of a will; (of freedmen);

[ORCUS, ORCI] : N god of the underworld, dis; death; the underworld;

[ORCUS] : the Lower World, whale.

[ORDEACEUS, ORDEACEA, ORDEACEUM] : ADJ barley-, of/connected to barley;

[ORDEACIUS, ORDEACIA, ORDEACIUM] : ADJ barley-, of/connected to barley;

[ORDEARIUS, ORDEARIA, ORDEARIUM] : ADJ barley-, of/connected to barley; (~ pira => pears ripening w/barley);

[ORDEUM, ORDEI] : N barley (the plant or the grain from it); barley-corn;

[ORDIACEUS, ORDIACEA, ORDIACEUM] : ADJ barley-, of/connected to barley; (used as term of contempt);

[ORDIACIUS, ORDIACIA, ORDIACIUM] : ADJ barley-, of/connected to barley; (used as term of contempt);

[ORDIARIUS, ORDIARIA, ORDIARIUM] : ADJ barley-, of/connected to barley; (~ pira => pears ripening w/barley);

[ORDINARIUS, ORDINARIA, ORDINARIUM] : ADJ regular, ordinary;

[ORDINARIUS] : according to order, regular, ordinary.

[ORDINARIUS] : according to order, regular, ordinary

[ORDINATE, ORDINATIUS, ORDINATISSIME] : ADV in order/regular formation; in an orderly manner, methodically;

[ORDINATIM] : ADV in order/succession/sequence/good order; regularly, properly; symmetrically;

[ORDINATIM] : regularly, ordinarily.

[ORDINATIM] : regularly, ordinarily

[ORDINATIO] : rule, government, order, arrangment, regulation.

[ORDINATIO] : rule, government, order, arrangment, regulation

[ORDINATUS] : arranged, orderly

[ORDINATUS] : arranged, orderly.

[ORDINE, ORDINEM] : regularly, appropriately, properly.

[ORDINE, ORDINEM] : regularly, appropriately, properly

[ORDINO, ORDINARE, ORDINAVI, ORDINATUS] : V order/arrange, set in order; adjust, regulate; compose; ordain/appoint (bee);

[ORDINO] : (-are) to set in order, regulate, arrange, appoint, govern.

[ORDINO] : (-are) to set in order, regulate, arrange, appoint, govern

[ORDIOR, ORDIRI, -, ORSUS SUM] : V begin;

[ORDIOR] : ordiri ; orsus ; to begin, start (esp. of speaking)

[ORDIOR] : ordiri ; orsus ; to begin, start (esp. of speaking).

[ORDITUS, ORDITA, ORDITUM] : ADJ set up, layed down (warp of a web); undertaken, embarked upon, begun;

[ORDO, ORDINIS] : N row, order/rank; succession; series; class; bank (oars); order (of monks) (bee);

[ORDO] : rank, class, order.

[ORDO] : rank, class, order

[OREXIS, OREXIS] : N craving, longing; appetite;

[OREXIS] : appetite, desire.

[OREXIS] : appetite, desire

[ORFANUS, ORFANI] : N orphan;

[ORGANICUS, ORGANICI] : N musician;

[ORGANUM, ORGANI] : N mechanical device; musical instrument; organ pipe; (~ hydraulicum=>water organ);

[ORGANUM] : instrument, musical instrument.

[ORGETORIX, ORGETORIGIS] : N orgetorix, chief of helvetii, hostile to caesar - in caesar's "gallic war";

[ORGIA] : a festival of mysteries, orgy.

[ORGIA] : a festival of mysteries, orgy

[ORGIUM, ORGI(I)] : N secret rites (of bacchus) (pl.), mysteries; orgies;

[ORICALCINUS, ORICALCINA, ORICALCINUM] : ADJ made of brass, brass-; of a gold-colored metal;

[ORICALCUM, ORICALCI] : N brass, golden metal; yellow copper ore, 'mountain copper'; brass objects (pl.);

[ORICHALCINUS, ORICHALCINA, ORICHALCINUM] : ADJ made of brass, brass-; of a gold-colored metal;

[ORICHALCUM, ORICHALCI] : N brass, golden metal; yellow copper ore, 'mountain copper'; brass objects (pl.);

[ORICHALCUM] : copper ore/ brass.

[ORICHALCUM] : copper ore / brass

[ORICULA, ORICULAE] : N ear (part of body/organ of hearing); sense of hearing;

[ORICULARIUS, ORICULARII] : N ear doctor/specialist, aurist; counsellor;

[ORICULARIUS, ORICULARIA, ORICULARIUM] : ADJ of/for the ear/ears; (medicus auricularius => ear specialist);

[ORIENS, ORIENTIS] : N rising, the rising sun; the east;

[ORIENS] : rising, the rising sun / east / morning

[ORIENS] : rising, the rising sun/ east/ morning.

[ORIENTALIS, ORIENTALIS, ORIENTALE] : ADJ eastern; easterly;

[ORIENTALIS, ORIENTALIS] : N easterner, one from the east; oriental; (f) wild beasts hunting/exhibition;

[ORIENTALIS, ORIENTALIS, ORIENTALE] : ADJ eastern, of/belonging to the east; easterly; oriental;

[ORIGA, ORIGAE] : N charioteer, driver; groom, ostler; helmsman; the waggoner (a constellation);

[ORIGANUS] : pot marjoram

[ORIGO, ORIGINIS] : N origin, source; birth, family; race;

[ORIGO] : originis ; origin, start, source, beginning / ancestor

[ORIGO] : originis ; origin, start, source, beginning/ ancestor.

[ORINDA] : sort of bread Apicius, A. Souter

[ORIOR ORIRI ORTUS] : rise, become visible, appear.

[ORIOR, ORIRI, -, ORITUS SUM] : V rise, arise; spring from, appear; be descended; begin, proceed, originate;

[ORIOR] : rennet p. 301

[ORIOR] : rise, become visible, appear

[ORIOR] : rise, become visible, appear.

[ORIOR] : to be born / to be a consequence or result of something

[ORIOR] : to be born/ to be a consequence or result of something.

[ORIUNDUS, ORIUNDA, ORIUNDUM] : ADJ descended; originating from;

[ORIUNDUS] : arising from, springing from, coming from.

[ORIUNDUS] : arising from, springing from, coming from

[ORIUNDUS] : born.

[ORNAMENTUM, ORNAMENTI] : N equipment; decoration; jewel; ornament, trappings;

[ORNAMENTUM] : accoutrement.

[ORNAMENTUM] : equipment, kit, trappings / furniture / decorations

[ORNAMENTUM] : equipment, kit, trappings/ furniture/ decorations.

[ORNAMENTUM] : weapons / honor, distinction

[ORNAMENTUM] : weapons/ honor, distinction.

[ORNATA] : adorned.

[ORNATE] : ADV richly, ornately; elaborately, with lavish appointments/literary embellishment;

[ORNATE] : splendidly, ornately, elegantly.

[ORNATE] : splendidly, ornately, elegantly

[ORNATUS, ORNATA -UM, ORNATIOR -OR -US, ORNATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ well equipped/endowed, richly adorned, ornate; distinguished, honored;

[ORNATUS] : dress, attire, equipment, ornament, embellishment.

[ORNATUS] : to adornment.

[ORNIGARUS] : a preventive of the growth of hair

[ORNITHOBOSCION, ORNITHOBOSCII] : N enclosure for poultry or similiar;

[ORNITHON, ORNITHONOS/IS] : N enclosure for poultry or similiar;

[ORNITHOTROPHION, ORNITHOTROPHII] : N enclosure for poultry or similiar;

[ORNO, ORNARE, ORNAVI, ORNATUS] : V equip; dress; decorate, honor; furnish, adorn, garnish, trim;

[ORNO] : to equip, furnish, supply/ decorate, adorn.

[ORNO] : to equip, furnish, supply / decorate, adorn

[ORNUS, ORNI] : N ash-tree;

[ORNUS] : mountain ash

[ORNUS] : mountain ash.

[ORO, ORARE, ORAVI, ORATUS] : V beg, ask for, pray; beseech, plead, entreat; worship, adore;

[ORO] : to speak, argue, plead, orate, beg, entreat.

[ORO] : to speak, argue, plead, orate, beg, entreat

[OROBET HRON] : leontopetalum

[OROBUS] : bitter vetch, chickpea

[OROS] : whey

[ORPHANUS, ORPHANI] : N orphan;

[ORSA] : orsorum ; beginning, start, undertaking / first few words

[ORSA] : orsorum ; beginning, start, undertaking/ first few words.

[ORSUM, ORSI] : N words (pl.), utterance; undertakings, enterprises;

[ORSUS, ORSUS] : N web (weaving); beginning, start; attempt (acc p), undertaking, initiative;

[ORSUS] : a beginning, undertaking, initiative

[ORSUS] : a beginning, undertaking, initiative.

[ORTHODOXE] : ADV in an orthodox manner;

[ORTHODOXUS, ORTHODOXI] : N orthodox believer;

[ORTHODOXUS, ORTHODOXA, ORTHODOXUM] : ADJ orthodox;believer;

[ORTHOGRAPHIA, ORTHOGRAPHIAE] : N orthography, art of writing words correctly; elevation of a building;

[ORTOZELUS] : ground-pine

[ORTUS, ORTUS] : N rising (of the sun), sunrise;

[ORTUS, ORTUS] : N rising (heavenly body); rise/begining/origin; birth; source (river); growth;

[ORTUS] : -us, m, birth, origin, rising/ origin, source.

[ORTUS] : -us, m, birth, origin, rising / origin, source

[ORTYGOMETRA, ORTYGOMETRAE] : N bird (migrates with quail); corncrake/landrail; quail (l+s); quail-leader;

[ORTYGOMETRAS, ORTYGOMETRAE] : N bird (migrates with quail); corncrake/landrail; quail (l+s); quail-leader;

[ORYX, ORYGIS] : N kind of antilope or gazelle; wild goat (cas);

[ORYX] : origis ; gazelle, wild goat

[ORYX] : origis ; gazelle, wild goat.

[ORYZA, ORYZAE] : N rice;

[ORYZA] : rice

[ORYZA] : rice.

[OS, ORIS] : N mouth, speech, expression; face; pronunciation;

[OS, OSSIS] : N bone; (implement, gnawed, dead); kernel (nut); heartwood (tree); stone (fruit);

[OS, OSSUIS] : N bones (pl.); (dead people);

[OS] : oris ; face, countenance, sight/ expression.

[OS] : oris ; face, countenance, sight / expression

[OS] : oris ; mouth, opening, source / a mask

[OS] : oris ; mouth, opening, source/ a mask.

[OS] : ossis ; (n) a bone

[OS] : ossis ; (n) a bone.

[OSANNA] : INTERJ hosanna, 'god save', a cry of praise (hebrew);

[OSCEN, OSCINIS] : N bird which gives omens by its cry; song-bird;

[OSCILLUM, OSCILLI] : N a small face (mask hung on trees); small mouth (in a seed);

[OSCITATIO, OSCITATIONIS] : N gaping, yawning;

[OSCITO, OSCITARE,] : V gape; yawn;

[OSCULATIO, OSCULATIONIS] : N kissing; action of kissing;

[OSCULOR, OSCULARI, -, OSCULATUS SUM] : V kiss; exchange kisses;

[OSCULUM, OSCULI] : N kiss; mouth; lips; orifice; mouthpiece (of a pipe);

[OSSARIUM, OSSARII] : N charnel-house; place for the bones of the dead;

[OSSEUS, OSSEA, OSSEUM] : ADJ bone-, made/consisting of bone; bone-like; bone rather than flesh, emaciated;

[OSSICULATIM] : ADV bone-by-bone;

[OSSICULUM, OSSICULI] : N small bone;

[OSSIFRAGA, OSSIFRAGAE] : N bone-breaker; (mutilator of children); bird of prey; (prob. bearded vulture);

[OSSIFRAGA, OSSIFRAGAE] : N bird of prey; (prob. lammergyer/bearded vulture); sea eagle, osprey (cas);

[OSSIFRAGUS, OSSIFRAGI] : N sea eagle, osprey;

[OSSUARIUM, OSSUARII] : N charnel-house; place for the bones of the dead;

[OSSUARIUS, OSSUARIA, OSSUARIUM] : ADJ used for the bones of the dead;

[OSSUCULUM, OSSUCULI] : N small bone;

[OSSUM, OSSI] : N bone; (implement, gnawed, dead); kernel (nut); heartwood (tree); stone (fruit);

[OSTENDEO, OSTENDERE, OSTENDI] : V show; reveal; make clear, point out, display, exhibit;

[OSTENDO, OSTENDERE, OSTENDI, OSTENSUS] : V show; reveal; make clear, point out, display, exhibit;

[OSTENDO, OSTENDERE, OSTENDI, OSTENTUS] : V show; reveal; make clear, point out, display, exhibit;

[OSTENDO] : -ere-di sum, to show, to exhibit.

[OSTENDO] : -ere-di sum, to show, to exhibit

[OSTENDO] : show, reveal, present, make plain, declare.

[OSTENDO] : to show, reveal, present, make plain, declare.

[OSTENSIO, OSTENSIONIS] : N presenting; exposing, exibiting, action of exposing to view;

[OSTENTATIO, OSTENTATIONIS] : N exhibition, display; 'showing off ;

[OSTENTO, OSTENTARE, OSTENTAVI, OSTENTATUS] : V show, display; point out, declare; disclose, hold out (the prospect);

[OSTENTUI] : ADV for a show; merely for show; as a sign/indication or proof;

[OSTENTUM, OSTENTI] : N prodigy, marvel; occurrence foreshadowing future events, portent;

[OSTENTUS, OSTENTUS] : N display, demonstration, advertisement; (dat merely for show; as a sign);

[OSTIARIUS, OSTIARI(I)] : N doorkeeper;

[OSTIARIUS, OSTIARIA, OSTIARIUM] : ADJ belonging to the door;

[OSTIARIUS, OSTIARII] : N porter, doorkeeper; cleric of minor orders (lowest/fourth level from deacon);

[OSTIOLUM, OSTIOLI] : N door (small);

[OSTIUM, OSTI(I)] : N door (w/frame); front door; starting gate; enterance to underworld; river mouth;

[OSTIUM, OSTI(I)] : N mouth, entrance; doorway;

[OSTIUM] : entrance, door.

[OSTREA, OSTREAE] : N oyster, sea-snail;

[OSTREUM, OSTREI] : N oyster;

[OSTRIFER, OSTRIFERA, OSTRIFERUM] : ADJ bearing oysters;

[OSTRINUS, OSTRINA, OSTRINUM] : ADJ purple;

[OSTRUM, OSTRI] : N purple dye; purple color; material that has been dyed purple (garment, coverlet)

[OSTRUM, OSTRI] : N purple; anything dyed purple;

[OTHO, OTHONIS] : N otho (silvius otho, emperor, 69 ad, year of the 4 emperors); roman cognomen;

[OTIOR, OTIARI, -, OTIATUS SUM] : V be at leisure, enjoy a holiday;

[OTIOSUS, OTIOSA -UM, OTIOSIOR -OR -US, OTIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ idle; unemployed, unoccupied, at leisure; peaceful, disengaged, free of office;

[OTIS, OTIDIS] : N bustard; (otis tarda, great bustard, largest european bird);

[OTIUM SINE LITTERIS MORS EST ET HOMINIS VIVI SEPULTURA. ] : PHRASE Rest without reading is like dying and being buried alive.

[OTIUM, OTI(I)] : N leisure; spare time; holiday; ease/rest/peace/quiet; tranquility/calm; lull;

[OTIUM] : free time, leisure, ease, peace, repose.

[OTUS, OTI] : N horned/eared owl;

[OVANTER] : exultingly.

[OVILE, OVILIS] : N sheepfold;

[OVILE] : (ovilis) sheepfold/ the Church, fold of Christ.

[OVILIO] : (ovilionis) shepherd, pastor.

[OVILIS] : of or for sheep.

[OVILLINUS] : pertaining to sheep.

[OVILLUS, OVILLA, OVILLUM] : ADJ of sheep;

[OVINUS] : pertaining to sheep.

[OVIS OVIS] : sheep.

[OVIS, OVIS] : N sheep;

[OVO, OVARE, OVAVI, OVATUS] : V rejoice;

[OVUM, OVI] : N egg;

[OXONIA, OXONIAE] : N oxford;

[OXYMEL] : -mellis (n.); oxymel, oxymelitis (n.) vinegar honey, honeyed vinegar Pliny, Historia Naturalis, Liber xxviii W:

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