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[P, ABB.] : N people, nation; abb. p. (p. r. => populus romani);

[P, ABB.] : N publius, roman praenomen; abbreviated p.;

[PABULATIO, PABULATIONIS] : N foraging;

[PABULATOR, PABULATORIS] : N forager;

[PABULOR, PABULARI, -, PABULATUS SUM] : V forage;

[PABULUM, PABULI] : N fodder, forage, food for cattle; food/sustenance; fuel (for fire);

[PACALIS, PACALIS, PACALE] : ADJ associated with peace;

[PACATUS, PACATA, PACATUM] : ADJ peaceful, calm;

[PACCATOR, PACCATORIS] : N sinner;

[PACCATUM, PACCATI] : N sin;

[PACIFER, PACIFERA, PACIFERUM] : ADJ that brings peace; (esp. of various gods); of olive/laural peace symbols/tokens;

[PACIFICATORIUS, PACIFICATORIA, PACIFICATORIUM] : ADJ peacemaking, pacific;

[PACIFICE] : peaceably.

[PACIFICO, PACIFICARE, PACIFICAVI, PACIFICATUS] : V make peace, conclude peace; grant peace; pacify, appease;

[PACIFICO] : to pacify, make peace, reconcile.

[PACIFICUS, PACIFICA, PACIFICUM] : ADJ making or tending to make peace;

[PACIFICUS] : peace-making.

[PACIFIER, PACIFIERA, PACIFIERUM] : ADJ bringing peace, peaceful;

[PACISCO, PACISCERE, -, PACTUS] : V make a bargain or agreement; agree, enter into a marriage contract; negotiate;

[PACISCOR, PACISCI, -, PACTUS SUM] : V make a bargain or agreement; agree, enter into a marriage contract; negotiate;

[PACISCOR] : to barter

[PACISCOR] : to make a bargain or agreement, covenant, deal.

[PACISCOR] : to make an agreement, covenant, pact.

[PACO, PACARE, PACAVI, PACATUS] : V pacify, subdue;

[PACTA SUNT SERVANDA. ] : PHRASE Agreements are to be kept.

[PACTIO, PACTIONIS] : N bargain, agreement;

[PACTUM, PACTI] : N bargain, agreement; manner;

[PACTUM] : agreement, contract, covenant, pact.

[PACTUM] : treaty, pact, contract.

[PACTUS, PACTA, PACTUM] : ADJ agreed upon, appointed;

[PACTUS] : agreed-upon, stipulated, betrothed.

[PAEAN, PAEANIS] : N hymn (usually of victory, to apollo/other gods); paean (greek apollo as healer);

[PAEAN, PAEANOS/IS] : N hymn (usually of victory, to apollo/other gods); paean (greek apollo as healer);

[PAECIPIO] : to warn, admonish / teach, instruct

[PAEDAGOGUS, PAEDAGOGI] : N slave, who accompanied children to school; pedagogue;

[PAEDICATOR, PAEDICATORIS] : N sodomite;

[PAEDICO, PAEDICARE, PAEDICAVI, PAEDICATUS] : V perform anal intercourse; commit sodomy with;

[PAEDICO, PAEDICARE, PAEDICAVI, PAEDICATUS] : V commit sodomy with, practice unnatural vice upon;

[PAEDOR, PAEDORIS] : N filth, dirt;

[PAELEX, PAELICIS] : N mistress (installed as rival/in addition to wife), concubine; male prostitute;

[PAENE, PENE] : nearly, almost.

[PAENE] : ADV nearly, almost; mostly;

[PAENINSULA, PAENINSULAE] : N peninsula;

[PAENITENTIA, PAENITENTIAE] : N regret (for act); change of mind/attitude; repentance/contrition (def); penance;

[PAENITEO, PAENITERE, PAENITUI] : V displease; (cause to) regret; repent, be sorry; (me paenitet => i am sorry);

[PAENITEO] : to rue, cause to grieve, be repentant, repent.

[PAENITET, PAENITERE, PAENITIT] : V it displeases, makes angry, offends, dissatisfies, makes sorry;

[PAENITUDO, PAENITUDINIS] : N regret; repentance (l+s);

[PAENULA, PAENULAE] : N hooded weatherproof cloak;

[PAENULATUS, PAENULATA, PAENULATUM] : ADJ wearing a paenula;

[PAEON, PAEONIS] : N metrical foot, consisting of three short syllables and one long;

[PAETE, NON DOLET. ] : PHRASE It doesn't hurt, paetus.

[PAETULUS, PAETULA, PAETULUM] : ADJ with a slight cast in the eyes, squinting;

[PAETUS, PAETA, PAETUM] : ADJ having a cast in the eye, squinting slightly;

[PAGANUS, PAGANI] : N a countryman, peasant; pagan;

[PAGANUS] : countryman, peasant, pagan

[PAGATIM] : in vilages, in a village manner, in a rusticway

[PAGATIM] : in vilages, in a village manner, in a rusticway.

[PAGELLA, PAGELLAE] : N little page;

[PAGENSES] : inhabitants of a district, country-folk, peasants.

[PAGINA, PAGINAE] : N page, sheet;

[PAGINULA, PAGINULAE] : N little page;

[PAGUS, PAGI] : N district, canton;

[PAGUS] : district, countryside, rural portions of a civitas.

[PALA, PALAE] : N spade;

[PALA] : spade, peel for putting bread in the oven.

[PALA] : spade, peel for putting bread in the oven

[PALAESTRA, PALAESTRAE] : N palaestra, wrestling school; gymnasium;

[PALAESTRA] : training, wrestling-place.

[PALAESTRICE] : ADV gymnastically;

[PALAESTRICUS, PALAESTRICA, PALAESTRICUM] : ADJ of the palaestra, gymnastic;

[PALAESTRITA, PALAESTRITAE] : N superintendent of a palaestra;

[PALALIA] : cyclamen Egyptian, A. Souter

[PALAM] : ADV openly, publicly; plainly;

[PALAM] : openly, publicly, (+abl.) in the presence of.

[PALAM] : openly, publicly, (+abl.) in the presence of

[PALATHA] : cake of preserved fruit Greek p.283

[PALATINUS, PALATINA, PALATINUM] : ADJ the name of one of the hills of rome, the palatine;

[PALATIUM, PALATI(I)] : N palatine hill;

[PALATUM, PALATI] : N palate; sense of taste;

[PALEA, PALEAE] : N chaff, husk;

[PALEA] : chaff

[PALEA] : chaff.

[PALEAR, PALEARIS] : N dewlap;

[PALESTRA] : gymnasium, wrestling school

[PALESTRA] : gymnasium, wrestling school.

[PALIFICARE] : make evident.

[PALIMPSESTUS, PALIMPSESTI] : N palimpsest;

[PALIURUS, PALIURI] : N the shrub, christ's thorn;

[PALIURUS] : a plant, Christ's thorn.

[PALIURUS] : a plant, Christ's thorn

[PALLA, PALLAE] : N the palla, a lady's outer garment;

[PALLACA, PALLACAE] : N concubine;

[PALLADIUM] : a plant

[PALLENS] : pale, wan, pale yellow, pale green / weak, drooping

[PALLENS] : pale, wan, pale yellow, pale green/ weak, drooping.

[PALLEO, PALLERE, PALLUI] : V be or look pale; fade; become pale at;

[PALLEO] : be pale, be yellow.

[PALLEO] : be pale, be yellow

[PALLESCO, PALLESCERE, PALLUI] : V grow pale; blanch; fade;

[PALLESCO] : (+ acc.) grow pale at

[PALLESCO] : (+ acc.) grow pale at.

[PALLIATA] : cloaked.

[PALLIATUS, PALLIATA, PALLIATUM] : ADJ clad in a pallium; (i.e. as a greek (not togatus));.

[PALLIDULUS, PALLIDULA, PALLIDULUM] : ADJ somewhat pale;

[PALLIDUS, PALLIDA, PALLIDUM] : ADJ pale, yellow-green;

[PALLIDUS] : pale, wan; causing paleness

[PALLIDUS] : pale, wan; causing paleness.

[PALLIOLUM, PALLIOLI] : N little greek cloak; a hood;

[PALLIUM, PALLI(I)] : N cover, coverlet; greek cloak;

[PALLIUM] : covering, monk's garb, nun's veil, mantle.

[PALLIUM] : coverlet, mantle, cloak.

[PALLIUM] : stole, any drapery.

[PALLOLUM, PALLOLI] : N small/little cloak; small greek mantle;

[PALLOR, PALLORIS] : N wanness; paleness of complexion;

[PALLOR] : paleness, fading

[PALLOR] : paleness, fading.

[PALMA, PALMAE] : N palm/width of the hand; hand; palm tree/branch; date; palm award/first place;

[PALMA] : glory, prize, award for victory, salvation.

[PALMA] : palm

[PALMA] : palm.

[PALMARIUM, PALMARII] : N masterpiece;

[PALMARIUM] : excellent, splendid, outstanding.

[PALMARIUM] : excellent, splendid, outstanding

[PALMATUS, PALMATA, PALMATUM] : ADJ embroidered with palm branches;

[PALMES, PALMITIS] : N young vine branch/shoot/sprig/sprout ; vine, bough, branch;

[PALMETUM, PALMETI] : N palm-grove;

[PALMIFER, PALMIFERA, PALMIFERUM] : ADJ palm-bearing;

[PALMOSUS, PALMOSA, PALMOSUM] : ADJ full of palms;

[PALMULA, PALMULAE] : N oar;

[PALMULA] : blade of an oar

[PALMULA] : blade of an oar.

[PALMUS, PALMI] : N palm of the hand; width of palm as unit of measure (4 inches); span (l+s);

[PALMYRA, PALMYRAE] : N palmyra, city in syria;

[PALOLU CUPINUM] : rye grass; (lolivm perenne) Dioscorides, p. 283

[PALOR, PALARI, -, PALATUS SUM] : V wander abroad stray; scatter; wander aimlessly;

[PALOR] : (dep.) to wander, stray, err

[PALOR] : (dep.) to wander, stray, err.

[PALPEBRA, PALPEBRAE] : N eyelid;

[PALPITO, PALPITARE, PALPITAVI, PALPITATUS] : V throb, beat, pulsate;

[PALPITO] : throb, tremble, shake.

[PALPITO] : throb, tremble, shake

[PALPO, PALPARE, PALPAVI, PALPATUS] : V to stroke; to coax, flatter, wheedle;

[PALPO] : carress, stroke / coax, cajole, flatter

[PALPO] : carress, stroke/ coax, cajole, flatter.

[PALPO] : to feel one's way.

[PALPOR, PALPARI, -, PALPATUS SUM] : V to stroke; to coax, flatter, wheedle;

[PALUDAMENTUM, PALUDAMENTI] : N general's cloak, of scarlet color;

[PALUDATUS, PALUDATA, PALUDATUM] : ADJ wearing a military cloak;

[PALUDOSUS, PALUDOSA, PALUDOSUM] : ADJ fenny, boggy, marshy;

[PALUDOSUS] : swampy, marshy, boggy.

[PALUDOSUS] : swampy, marshy, boggy

[PALUM, PALI] : N stake/pile/pole/unsplit wood; peg/pin; execution stake; wood sword; fence (pl.);

[PALUMBARIS] : holy vervain

[PALUMBES, PALUMBIS] : N wood-pigeon, ringdove; dupe, gull;

[PALUMBUS, PALUMBI] : N wood-pigeon, ringdove; dupe, gull;

[PALUS, PALI] : N stake/pile/pole/unsplit wood; peg/pin; execution stake; wood sword; fence (pl.);

[PALUS, PALUDIS] : N swamp, marsh;

[PALUS] : pale, stake / swamp, bog, marsh

[PALUS] : pale, stake/ swamp, bog, marsh.

[PALUS] : paludis ; marsh, reed.

[PALUS] : stay.

[PALUSTER, PALUSTRIS, PALUSTRE] : ADJ marshy; of marshes;

[PALUSTER] : marshy, swampy, boggy.

[PALUSTER] : marshy, swampy, boggy

[PALUX, PALUCIS] : N gold-dust, gold-sand; (?);

[PALUX, PALUCIS] : N gold dust;

[PAMPINEUS, PAMPINEA, PAMPINEUM] : ADJ of/covered with vine shoots/foliage/tendrils;

[PAMPINUS, PAMPINI] : N vine shoot, vine foliage;

[PANACEA, PANACEAE] : N plant (medicinal); panacea, heal-all; kind of savory; daughter of aesculapius;

[PANACES, PANACIS] : N plant, supposed to heal all diseases; panacea, heal-all; (species of opoponax);

[PANACES] : all-heal; Hercules' woundwort p.283

[PANAGORACE] : plant with healing and diuretic properties Dynamid, p.283

[PANARIUM, PANARII] : N breadbasket;

[PANAX, PANACIS] : N plant, supposed to heal all diseases; panacea, heal-all; (species of opoponax);

[PANCHRESTUS, PANCHRESTA, PANCHRESTUM] : ADJ good for everything;

[PANCHRISTUS, PANCHRISTA, PANCHRISTUM] : ADJ good for everything;

[PANCRATION, PANCRATII] : N gymnastic contest;

[PANCRATIUM, PANCRATII] : N gymnastic contest;

[PANDO, PANDERE, PANDI, PASSUS] : V spread out (passls manibus => with hands outstretched);

[PANDO] : to make known, publicize, make patent.

[PANDO] : to stretch out, spread out, extend

[PANDO] : to stretch out, spread out, extend.

[PANDUS, PANDA, PANDUM] : ADJ spreading round in a wide curve arched;

[PANDUS] : curved, crooked, arched, bowed

[PANDUS] : curved, crooked, arched, bowed.

[PANE, PANIS] : N bread;

[PANGO, PANGERE, PANXI, PANCTUS] : V compose; insert, drive in, fasten; plant; fix, settle, agree upon, stipulate;

[PANGO, PANGERE, PEGI, PACTUS] : V compose; insert, drive in, fasten; plant; fix, settle, agree upon, stipulate;

[PANGO, PANGERE, PEPIGI, PACTUS] : V compose; insert, drive in, fasten; plant; fix, settle, agree upon, stipulate;

[PANGO] : to fix, hammer in, drive in, fasten

[PANGO] : to fix, hammer in, drive in, fasten.

[PANGO] : to pledge, agree upon.

[PANICUM, PANICI] : N italian millet;

[PANIFEX, PANIFICIS] : N baker, bread maker;

[PANIFICA, PANIFICAE] : N baker (female), she who makes bread;

[PANIFICIUM, PANIFICI(I)] : N making/baking of bread; baked bread/loves/cakes (pl.);

[PANIS, PANIS] : N bread; loaf;

[PANIS] : (-is) bread.

[PANIS] : (-is) bread

[PANNICULUS, PANNICULI] : N little garment;

[PANNOSA] : tattered.

[PANNOSUS, PANNOSA, PANNOSUM] : ADJ dressed in rags, tattered;

[PANNUCEUS, PANNUCEA, PANNUCEUM] : ADJ ragged; wrinkled, shrivelled;

[PANNUCIUS, PANNUCIA, PANNUCIUM] : ADJ ragged; wrinkled, shrivelled;

[PANNUS, PANNI] : N cloth, garment; charioteer's colored shirt; rags;

[PANNUS] : rag, patch, piece of cloth.

[PANNUS] : rag, patch, piece of cloth

[PANNUS] : swaddling clothes.

[PANOPLIA, PANOPLIAE] : N equipment; (erasmus);

[PANSA, PANSAE] : N splay-footed;

[PANTEX, PANTICIS] : N belly (usu. pl.), paunch, guts; bowels; of sausages;

[PANTHERA, PANTHERAE] : N leopard; the whole of a single catch made by a fowler;

[PANTHERA] : leopard, panther.

[PANTHERA] : leopard, panther

[PANTHUS, PANTHI] : N panthus, a priest of applo at troy; used as a pseudonym;

[PANTOMIMA, PANTOMIMAE] : N female mime performer in a pantomime;

[PANTOMIMUS, PANTOMIMI] : N mime performer in a pantomime;

[PANTON] : everything.

[PAPA, PAPAE] : N pope;

[PAPAS] : tutor

[PAPAS] : tutor.

[PAPAVER, PAPAVERIS] : N poppy; poppy-seed;

[PAPAVER] : poppy

[PAPAVER] : poppy (seed) Papaver somniferum (L.)

[PAPAVER] : poppy.

[PAPAVEREUS, PAPAVEREA, PAPAVEREUM] : ADJ of poppy, poppy-;

[PAPILIO, PAPILIONIS] : N butterfly, moth;

[PAPILLA, PAPILLAE] : N nipple, teat, dug (of mammals);

[PAPILLA] : teat, breast, nipple.

[PAPILLA] : teat, breast, nipple

[PAPPO, PAPPARE, PAPPAVI, PAPPATUS] : V to eat;

[PAPPO] : -are; to eat.

[PAPPO] : -are; to eat

[PAPPUS, PAPPI] : N wooly seed of certain plants;

[PAPULA, PAPULAE] : N pimple, pustule;

[PAPULA] : a pimple

[PAPULA] : a pimple.

[PAPYRIFER, PAPYRIFERA, PAPYRIFERUM] : ADJ papyrus-bearing;

[PAPYRIO, PAPYRIONIS] : N papyrus marsh, place where papyrus grows abundently;

[PAPYRUM, PAPYRI] : N papyrus, the plant (reed); a garment or "paper" made from the papyrus plant;

[PAPYRUS, PAPYRI] : N papyrus, the plant (reed); a garment or "paper" made from the papyrus plant;

[PAR, (GEN.), PARIS] : ADJ equal, equal to; like; suitable;

[PAR] : equal, like

[PAR] : equal, like.

[PARABILIS, PARABILIS, PARABILE] : ADJ procurable, easily obtainable;

[PARABOLA, PARABOLAE] : N comparison; explanatory illustration; parable (l+s), allegory; proverb; speech;

[PARABOLE, PARABOLES] : N comparison; explanatory illustration; parable (l+s), allegory; proverb; speech;

[PARABULA, PARABULAE] : N comparison; explanatory illustration; parable (l+s), allegory; proverb; speech;

[PARACLETUS, PARACLETI] : N advocate, defender, protector, helper, conforter; (appelation for holy ghost);

[PARACLITUS, PARACLITI] : N advocate, defender, protector, helper, conforter; (appelation for holy ghost);

[PARADISUS, PARADISI] : N paradise, garden of eden; abode of the blessed; park, orchard; a town/river;

[PARADOXUM, PARADOXI] : N paradox; philosophical paradoxes (pl.);

[PARALYSIS, PARALYSIS] : N paralysis; any of several forms of paralysis; apoplexy; palsy (l+s);

[PARALYSIS, PARALYSOS/IS] : N paralysis; any of several forms of paralysis; apoplexy; palsy (l+s);

[PARALYTICUS, PARALYTICA, PARALYTICUM] : ADJ paralytic, paralyzed; palsied, struck with palsy (l+s);

[PARALYTICUS, PARALYTICI] : N paralytic, paralyzed person; palsied person (l+s);

[PARAPSIS, PARAPSIDIS] : N dish for serving vegetables/fruit; desert dish (cas);

[PARAPSIS, PARAPSIDOS/IS] : N dish for serving vegetables/fruit; desert dish (cas);

[PARASCEVE, PARASCEVES] : N day of preparation, day before the sabbath;

[PARASCEVES, PARASCEVAE] : N day of preparation, day before the sabbath;

[PARASIS, PARASIDIS] : N dish for serving vegetables/fruit; desert dish (cas);

[PARASIS, PARASIDOS/IS] : N dish for serving vegetables/fruit; desert dish (cas);

[PARASITUS, PARASITI] : N guest; parasite;

[PARATUS, PARATA, PARATUM] : ADJ prepared; ready; equipped, provided;

[PARCE, PARCIUS, PARCISSIME] : ADV sparingly, moderately; economically, frugally, thriftily, stingily;

[PARCE] : moderately, economically

[PARCELALON] : leonpetalon

[PARCIUS] : scarcely.

[PARCO, PARCERE, PARCUI, PARSUS] : V forbear, refrain from; spare; show consideration; ; be economical/thrifty with;

[PARCO, PARCERE, PARSI, PARSUS] : V forbear, refrain from; spare; show consideration; ; be economical/thrifty with;

[PARCO, PARCERE, PEPERCI, PARSUS] : V spare, be lenient to; economize (with dat);

[PARCO, PARCERE, PEPERCI, PARSUS] : V forbear, refrain from; spare; show consideration; ; be economical/thrifty with;

[PARCO] : (+inf. ; to forebear to), avoid, spare, keep oneself from.

[PARCO] : (with dative) to spare, refrain from injuring.

[PARCO] : (with dative) to spare, refrain from injuring

[PARCO] : to spare, refrain from.

[PARCUS, PARCA, PARCUM] : ADJ sparing, frugal;scanty, slight;

[PARCUS] : sparing, thrifty, economical, moderate

[PARCUS] : sparing, thrifty, economical, moderate.

[PARDUS, PARDI] : N panther or leopard;

[PARDUS] : panther, leopard

[PARDUS] : panther, leopard.

[PARENS, PARENTIS] : N parent, father, mother;

[PARENS] : parentis ; parent.

[PARENTALIS, PARENTALIS, PARENTALE] : ADJ of or belonging to parents;

[PARENTELA] : kin.

[PARENTES] : relatives, parents.

[PARENTO, PARENTARE, PARENTAVI, PARENTATUS] : V perform rites at tombs; make appeasement offering (to the dead);

[PAREO, PARERE, PARUI, PARITUS] : V obey, be subject/obedient to; submit/yield/comply; pay attention; attendend to;

[PAREO, PARERE, PARUI, PARITUS] : V appear, be visible, be seen; be clear/evident (legal);

[PAREO] : (+ dat.) to be obedient to, obey.

[PAREO] : to submit.

[PARIES PARIETIS] : wall (of a house).

[PARIES PARIETIS] : wall (of a house)

[PARIES, PARIETIS] : N wall, house wall;

[PARIETARIA] : -ae another name for 'herba perdicalis' p.287

[PARIETINA, PARIETINAE] : N old walls (pl.), ruins;

[PARILIS, PARILIS, PARILE] : ADJ like, equal;

[PARILIS] : similar, like, equal

[PARILIS] : similar, like, equal.

[PARILITAS] : equality, level to make fit.

[PARIO, PARERE, PEPERI, PARTUS] : V bear; give birth to; beget, bring forth; produce, lay (eggs); create; acquire;

[PARIO, PARIARE, PARIAVI, PARIATUS] : V aquire (accounts); settle a debt; settle up;

[PARIO, PARIRE, PEPERI, PARITUS] : V bear; give birth to; beget, bring forth; produce, lay (eggs); create; acquire;

[PARIO] : , to bear, bring forth, produce/ create, make, get.

[PARIO] : to spawn.

[PARITER] : ADV equally; together;

[PARITER] : alike, at the same time, together.

[PARITER] : alike, at the same time, together

[PARITER] : equally, in like manner, as well.

[PARITER] : likewise, equally, in like manner, as well.

[PARMA, PARMAE] : N small round shield;

[PARMATUS, PARMATA, PARMATUM] : ADJ armed with the parma;

[PARMULA, PARMULAE] : N little shield;

[PARO, PARARE, PARAVI, PARATUS] : V prepare; furnish/supply/provide; produce; obtain/get; buy; raise; put up; plan;

[PARO] : to prepare, get ready/ set, put/ furnish, supply/ buy.

[PAROCHA, PAROCHAE] : N supplying of necessaries (to travelling public officials); purveyance;

[PAROCHIA, PAROCHIAE] : N parish; ecclesiastical district;

[PAROCHIALIS, PAROCHIALIS, PAROCHIALE] : ADJ parochial, of or belonging/pertaining to a parish;

[PAROCHIANUS, PAROCHIANI] : N parishioner; inhabitant of a parish;

[PAROCHUS, PAROCHI] : N commissary; (person responsible to supply travelling officials w/shelter/food);

[PAROPSIS, PAROPSIDIS] : N dish for serving vegetables/fruit; desert dish (cas);

[PAROPSIS, PAROPSIDOS/IS] : N dish for serving vegetables/fruit; desert dish (cas);

[PAROSIS, PAROSIDIS] : N dish for serving vegetables/fruit; desert dish (cas);

[PAROSIS, PAROSIDOS/IS] : N dish for serving vegetables/fruit; desert dish (cas);

[PARRICIDA, PARRICIDAE] : N murderer of near relative; assassin of head of state, traitor;

[PARRICIDIUM, PARRICIDI(I)] : N parricide; murder;

[PARS MAIOR LACRIMAS RIDET ET INTUS HABET. ] : PHRASE You smile at your tears but have them in your heart.

[PARS PARTIS] : part, share / direction.

[PARS, PARTIS] : N part, region; share; direction; role; portion, piece; party, faction, side;

[PARS] : partis ; part, share/ direction.

[PARS] : side, region.

[PARSIMONIA, PARSIMONIAE] : N frugality, thrift, parsimony, temperance;

[PARTENICON] : Artemisia scoparia

[PARTHIA] : dog's-tooth grass Dacian, p.287

[PARTHUS, PARTHI] : N parthian; inhabitant of parthia (country south of caspian sea);

[PARTICEPS, (GEN.), PARTICIPIS] : ADJ sharing in, taking part in;

[PARTICEPS, PARTICIPIS] : N sharer, partaker;

[PARTICEPS] : partaker, partner, sharer, comrade.

[PARTICIPATIO, PARTICIPATIONIS] : N participation, sharing (in); participle (grammar);

[PARTICIPIO, PARTICIPIONIS] : N participation, sharing (in); participle (grammar);

[PARTICIPIUM, PARTICIPI(I)] : N participle;

[PARTICIPO, PARTICIPARE, PARTICIPAVI, PARTICIPATUS] : V share; impart; partake of; participate in;

[PARTICULA, PARTICULAE] : N small part, little bit, particle, atom;

[PARTICULARIS, PARTICULARIS, PARTICULARE] : ADJ particular; partial, of/concerning a (small) part;

[PARTICULARITER] : ADV particularly;

[PARTIM] : ADV partly, for the most part; mostly; (partim ... partim => some ... others);

[PARTIM] : partly / some.

[PARTIM] : partly/ some.

[PARTIO, PARTIRE, PARTIVI, PARTITUS] : V share, divide up, distribute;

[PARTIOR, PARTIRI, -, PARTITUS SUM] : V share, divide up, distribute;

[PARTITE] : ADV with the proper division of a subject into its parts;

[PARTITIO, PARTITIONIS] : N distribution, share; classification, logical distinction; div. into sections;

[PARTRICIDA, PARTRICIDAE] : N murderer of his own father;

[PARTUM, PARTI] : N gains, acquisitions; savings; what onehas acquired/saved;

[PARTURIO, PARTURIRE, PARTURIVI] : V be in labour; bring forth; produce; be pregnant with/ready to give birth;

[PARTUS, PARTUS] : N birth; offspring;

[PARUM MINUS MINIME] : (adv.) little, too little, not enough.

[PARUM, MINUS, MINIME] : ADV too/very little, not enough/so good, insufficient; less; (super) not at all;

[PARUM] : too little, too few, not enough.

[PARUM] : too little, too few, not enough

[PARUMPER] : ADV for a short while;

[PARUMPER] : for a moment.

[PARUMPER] : for a short time, for a little while, for a bit

[PARUMPER] : for a short time, for a little while, for a bit.

[PARVIPENDO, PARVIPENDERE, PARVIPEPENDI, PARVIPENSUS] : V slight (douay); pay little attention to, give little weight to;

[PARVOLUS, PARVOLA, PARVOLUM] : ADJ tiny, little, young;

[PARVULUS, PARVULA, PARVULUM] : ADJ very small, very young; unimportant; slight, petty;

[PARVULUS, PARVULI] : N infancy, childhood; small child, infant;

[PARVULUS] : child, infant, young, little/ very small, tiny.

[PARVULUS] : child, infant, young, little / very small, tiny

[PARVUS MINOR MINIMUS] : small, little

[PARVUS MINOR MINIMUS] : small, little.

[PARVUS, PARVA -UM, MINOR -OR -US, MINIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ small, little, cheap; unimportant; (super) smallest, least;

[PASCHA, PASCHAE] : N passover; easter;

[PASCHALIS, PASCHALIS, PASCHALE] : ADJ of easter; paschal;

[PASCO, PASCERE, PAVI, PASTUS] : V feed, feed on; graze;

[PASCO] : to graze, forage, browse.

[PASCUA, PASCUAE] : N pasture, pasture-land;

[PASCUUM, PASCUI] : N pasture, pasture-land; piece of grazing land;

[PASCUUS, PASCUA, PASCUUM] : ADJ used/suitable for pasture/pasture-land;

[PASCUUS, PASCUA, PASCUUM] : ADJ for pasture or grazing;

[PASSARIUS] : kind of fig; seemed to = callistrvthivs p.289

[PASSER, PASSERIS] : N sparrow;

[PASSER] : sparrow.

[PASSERCULUS, PASSERCULI] : N little sparrow;

[PASSIBILIS, PASSIBILIS, PASSIBILE] : ADJ passible, capable of feeling/suffering/emotion; susceptible to sensations;

[PASSIBILITAS, PASSIBILITATIS] : N passiblity, capablity of feeling/suffering; susceptiblity to sensation/emotion;

[PASSIM] : ADV here and there; everywhere;

[PASSIM] : scattered about/ indiscriminately.

[PASSIO, PASSIONIS] : N suffering; passion; (esp. of christ); disease (bee);

[passive] to land.

[PASSUM, PASSI] : N raisin-wine;

[PASSUS, PASSUS] : N step, pace; mille passus -- mile; (duo milia passuum => two miles);

[passuum] => mile);

[PASTA] : a plant used medicinally Pliny, p.289

[PASTILLUS, PASTILLI] : N lozenge;

[PASTINACA] : parsnip (probably including carrots) Celsus, Spencer, p.492, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[PASTINACIUM] : a carrot A. Souter

[PASTINATUM, PASTINATI] : N plants (pl.) cultivated by preparing (ground) by digging and leveling;

[PASTINO, PASTINARE, PASTINAVI, PASTINATUS] : V prepare (ground) by digging and leveling;

[PASTOFORIUM, PASTOFORII] : N place in temple where image of diety was preserved and his servants abode;

[PASTOFORIUS, PASTOFORII] : N priest (of isis) who carried image of diety in little shrine to collect alms;

[PASTOPHORIUM, PASTOPHORII] : N place in temple where image of diety was preserved and his servants abode;

[PASTOPHORIUS, PASTOPHORII] : N priest (of isis) who carried image of diety in little shrine to collect alms;

[PASTOR, PASTORIS] : N shepherd, herdsman;

[PASTOR] : shepherd.

[PASTORALIS, PASTORALIS, PASTORALE] : ADJ pastoral;

[PASTORICIUS, PASTORICIA, PASTORICIUM] : ADJ of/connected with herdsmen;

[PASTUS, PASTUS] : N pasture, feeding ground; pasturage;

[PASTUS] : pasture.

[PATEFACIO, PATEFACERE, PATEFECI, PATEFACTUS] : V open up; bring to light; reveal, disclose, expose;

[PATEFACIO] : to disclose, expose, open, make open.

[PATEFACIO] : to disclose, expose, open, make open

[PATEFIO, PATEFIERI, -, PATEFACTUS SUM] : V become brought to light/revealed/disclosed/exposed;

[PATELLA, PATELLAE] : N small dish or plate;

[PATELLA] : dish, platter, plate

[PATELLA] : dish, platter, plate.

[PATENS, (GEN.), PATENTIS] : ADJ open, accessible;

[PATEO, PATERE, PATUI] : V stand open, be open; extend; be well known; lie open, be accessible;

[PATEO] : to be open, be exposed.

[PATEO] : to be open, be exposed

[PATEO] : to be revealed, to stand open, to be clear, plain.

[PATER PATRIAE. ] : PHRASE Father of the country.

[PATER PATRIS] : father.

[PATER, PATRIS] : N father; (pater familias, patris familias, m. => head of family, household);

[PATER, PECCAVI. ] : PHRASE Father, i have sinned.

[PATER] : patris ; father.

[PATERA, PATERAE] : N bowl; saucer;

[PATERNA] : of a father, paternal, native.

[PATERNA] : of a father, paternal, native

[PATERNUS, PATERNA, PATERNUM] : ADJ father's, paternal; ancestral;

[PATERNUS] : of a father, paternal, native

[PATERNUS] : of a father, paternal, native.

[PATESCO, PATESCERE, PATUI] : V be opened/open/revealed; become clear/known; open; extend, spread;

[PATESCO] : to be laid open, bare, exposed, to be revealed

[PATESCO] : to be laid open, bare, exposed, to be revealed.

[PATHICUS, PATHICA -UM, PATHICIOR -OR -US, PATHICISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ submitting to (anal) sex; lascivious (l+s); (of catamites/prostitutes/books);

[PATHICUS, PATHICI] : N sodomite, one who submits to anal sex;

[PATIBILIS] : endurable, bearable, sufferable.

[PATIBILIS] : endurable, bearable, sufferable

[PATIBULUM, PATIBULI] : N fork-shaped yoke; gibbet;

[PATIENS, (GEN.), PATIENTIS] : ADJ patient, enduring;

[PATIENS] : long-suffering.

[PATIENS] : patient /(+ gen.) capable of enduring.

[PATIENS] : patient/ (+ gen.) capable of enduring.

[PATIENTER, PATIENTIUS, PATIENTISSIME] : ADV patiently; with patience/toleration;

[PATIENTER] : patiently.

[PATIENTIA, PATIENTIAE] : N endurance, patience; suffering;

[PATIENTIA] : forbearance.

[PATIENTIA] : patience, suffering, endurance.

[PATIENTIA] : patience, suffering, endurance

[PATINA, PATINAE] : N dish;

[PATINA] : a dish

[PATINA] : a dish.

[PATIOR, PATI, -, PASSUS SUM] : V suffer; allow; undergo, endure; permit;

[PATIOR] : to suffer, endure, permit.

[PATRATOR] : once who accomplishes things, an achiever.

[PATRIA, PATRIAE] : N native land; home, native city; one's country;

[PATRIA] : fatherland, one's native country, homeland.

[PATRIA] : fatherland, one's native country, homeland

[PATRIA] : fatherland.

[PATRIARCHA, PATRIARCHAE] : N patriarch; father/chief of a tribe; chief bishop, patriarch;

[PATRIARCHES, PATRIARCHAE] : N patriarch; father/chief of a tribe; chief bishop, patriarch;

[PATRICIATUS, PATRICIATUS] : N patriciate; patrician status;

[PATRICIDA, PATRICIDAE] : N patricide, one who kills his father;

[PATRICIUS, PATRICIA, PATRICIUM] : ADJ patrician, noble;

[PATRICIUS] : a nobleman

[PATRICIUS] : a nobleman.

[PATRIMONIUM, PATRIMONI(I)] : N inheritance;

[PATRIMUS, PATRIMA, PATRIMUM] : ADJ having a father still living;

[PATRITUS, PATRITA, PATRITUM] : ADJ inherited from one's father;

[PATRIUS, PATRIA, PATRIUM] : ADJ father's, paternal; ancestral;

[PATRIUS] : handed down from one's forefathers.

[PATRIZO] : to take after one's father.

[PATRO, PATRARE, PATRAVI, PATRATUS] : V accomplish, bring to completion;

[PATRO] : to effect, perform, do.

[PATROCINIUM, PATROCINI(I)] : N protection, defence patronage, legal defence;

[PATROCINIUM] : patronage.

[PATROCINOR, PATROCINARI, -, PATROCINATUS SUM] : V to defend, protect;

[PATROCINOR] : to protect, defend, support, patronize.

[PATRONA, PATRONAE] : N protectress, patroness;

[PATRONUS, PATRONI] : N patron; advocate; defender, protector;

[PATRONUS] : patron, protector.

[PATRUELIS, PATRUELIS, PATRUELE] : ADJ of a cousin;

[PATRUELIS, PATRUELIS] : N a cousin;

[PATRUUS, PATRUI] : N paternal uncle; type of harshness and censoriousness;

[PATRUUS] : paternal uncle.

[PATULUM] : a space, court.

[PATULUS, PATULA, PATULUM] : ADJ wide open, gaping; wide-spreading;

[PAUCI] : few, a few, some.

[PAUCITAS, PAUCITATIS] : N scarcity; paucity;

[PAUCULUS, PAUCULA, PAUCULUM] : ADJ not very much, a little; (only) a small number (pl.), few, a few;

[PAUCUM, PAUCI] : N only a small/an indefinite number of/few things (pl.), a few words/points;

[PAUCUS, PAUCA -UM, PAUCIOR -OR -US, PAUCISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ little, small in quanity/extent; few (usu. pl.); just a few; small number of;

[PAUCUS, PAUCI] : N only a small/an indefinite number of people (pl.), few; a few; a select few;

[PAULATIM] : ADV little by little, by degrees, gradually; a small amount at a time, bit by bit;

[PAULATIM] : ADV little by little; gradually;

[PAULATIM] : gradually, litle by little.

[PAULISPER] : ADV for (only) a short time/brief while;

[PAULISPER] : for a little while, for a short time.

[PAULLATIM] : ADV little by little, by degrees, gradually; a small amount at a time, bit by bit;

[PAULLISPER] : ADV for (only) a short time/brief while;

[PAULLO] : ADV by a little; by only a small amount; a little; somewhat;

[PAULLULATIM] : ADV little by little, by degrees, bit by bit, gradually; in small amounts;

[PAULLULO] : ADV a little/bit; to a small extent, somewhat;

[PAULLULUM, PAULLULI] : N little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity; a little bit; trifle;

[PAULLULUM] : ADV little; small; small amount/quantity of;

[PAULLULUM] : ADV little; to a small extent, somewhat; only a small amount/short while/distance;

[PAULLULUS, PAULLULA, PAULLULUM] : ADJ little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity of/little bit of;

[PAULLUM, PAULLI] : N little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity; a little bit; trifle;

[PAULLUM, PAULLI] : N a little bit; a small extent/quanity; (only) a small amount/short while;

[PAULLUM] : ADV a little/bit; to a small extent, somewhat; only a small amount/short while;

[PAULLUMPER] : ADV for a short while/little bit;

[PAULLUS, PAULLA, PAULLUM] : ADJ little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity of/little bit of;

[PAULO] : ADV by a little; by only a small amount; a little; somewhat;

[PAULULATIM] : ADV little by little, by degrees, bit by bit, gradually; in small amounts;

[PAULULO] : ADV a little/bit; to a small extent, somewhat;

[PAULULUM, PAULULI] : N little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity; a little bit; trifle;

[PAULULUM] : ADV little; small; small amount/quantity of;

[PAULULUM] : ADV little; to a small extent, somewhat; only a small amount/short while/distance;

[PAULULUS, PAULULA, PAULULUM] : ADJ little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity of/little bit of;

[PAULUM, PAULI] : N little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity; a little bit; trifle;

[PAULUM, PAULI] : N a little bit; a small extent/quanity; (only) a small amount/short while;

[PAULUM] : ADV a little/bit; to a small extent, somewhat; only a small amount/short while;

[PAULUMPER] : ADV for a short while/little bit;

[PAULUS, PAULA, PAULUM] : ADJ little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity of/little bit of;

[PAULUS, PAULI] : N paul;

[PAUPER, (GEN.), PAUPERIS] : ADJ poor, meager; of small means;

[PAUPER, PAUPERIS] : N a poor man;

[PAUPER] : beggar, person without means.

[PAUPER] : poor, with few means, poverty-stricken.

[PAUPERCULUS, PAUPERCULA, PAUPERCULUM] : ADJ poor;

[PAUPERIES, PAUPERIEI] : N poverty;

[PAUPERO, PAUPERARE, PAUPERAVI, PAUPERATUS] : V to make poor, to deprive;

[PAUPERTAS, PAUPERTATIS] : N poverty, need; humble circumstances;

[PAUPERTAS] : beggardry, poverty, humble circumstances.

[PAUSA, PAUSAE] : N cessation, end;

[PAUSIA, PAUSIAE] : N species of olive;

[PAUXILLULUS, PAUXILLULA, PAUXILLULUM] : ADJ very small, very little;

[PAUXILLUM, PAUXILLI] : N little;

[PAUXILLUS, PAUXILLA, PAUXILLUM] : ADJ small, little;

[PAVA, PAVAE] : N peacock;

[PAVEFACIO, PAVEFACERE, PAVEFECI, PAVEFACTUS] : V terrify;

[PAVEO, PAVERE, PAVI] : V be frightened or terrified at;

[PAVEO] : to dread.

[PAVESCO, PAVESCERE,] : V become alarmed;

[PAVIDUS, PAVIDA, PAVIDUM] : ADJ fearful, terrified, panicstruck;

[PAVIDUS] : dreadful as in producing fear, quaking as in feeling fear.

[PAVIMENTUM, PAVIMENTI] : N pavement;

[PAVIO] : to tread down upon.

[PAVITO, PAVITARE,] : V be in a state of fear or trepidation (at);

[PAVO, PAVONIS] : N peacock;

[PAVOR, PAVORIS] : N fear, panic;

[PAVOR] : quaking, dread.

[PAVUS, PAVI] : N peacock;

[PAX PACIS] : peace

[PAX PACIS] : peace, truce, treaty

[PAX PACIS] : peace, truce, treaty.

[PAX PACIS] : peace.

[PAX, PACIS] : N peace; harmony;

[PAX] : harmony in musical context.

[PAXILLUS, PAXILLI] : N wooden pin/peg; small stake (l+s);

[PECCAMEN] : sin, fault, error.

[PECCAMEN] : sin, fault, error

[PECCATOR, PECCATORIS] : N sinner; transgressor;

[PECCATOR, PECCATORIS] : N sinner/transgressor;

[PECCATORIUS, PECCATORIA, PECCATORIUM] : ADJ sinful;

[PECCATRIX, (GEN.), PECCATRICIS] : ADJ sinful; sinning;

[PECCATRIX, PECCATRICIS] : N sinner/transgressor (female);

[PECCATUM, PECCATI] : N error, sin;

[PECCATUS] : sin.

[PECCO, PECCARE, PECCAVI, PECCATUS] : V sin, do wrong;

[PECCO] : to do wrong, err, sin, go astray.

[PECCUM, PECCI] : N fault, error, mistake; transgression, sin, wrong;

[PECOROSUS, PECOROSA, PECOROSUM] : ADJ rich in cattle;

[PECTEN, PECTINIS] : N comb, rake, quill (playing lyre); comblike thing (pubic bone/region, scallop);

[PECTO, PECTERE, PEXI, PEXUS] : V comb] : card (wool, etc);

[PECTO, PECTERE, PEXI, PECTITUS] : V comb] : card (wool, etc);

[PECTO] : to comb, card, thrash (to card wool).

[PECTUS, PECTORIS] : N breast, heart; feeling, soul, mind;

[PECTUS] : pectoris ; heart, breast

[PECTUS] : pectoris ; heart, breast.

[PECTUSCULUM, PECTUSCULI] : N breast; (breast of sacrifical animal as offering); little breast;

[PECU, PECUS] : N herd, flock; cattle, sheep; farm animals (pl.); pastures (l+s); money;

[PECUARIUM, PECUARI(I)] : N herds of sheep or cattle (pl.);

[PECUARIUS, PECUARI(I)] : N cattle-breeder, grazier; farmers of the public pastures (pl.);

[PECUARIUS, PECUARIA, PECUARIUM] : ADJ of sheep or cattle;

[PECULATOR, PECULATORIS] : N embezzler of public money;

[PECULATUS, PECULATUS] : N embezzlement of public money or property;

[PECULIARIS, PECULIARIS, PECULIARE] : ADJ personal/private/special/peculiar/specific, one's own; singular/exceptional;

[PECULIUM, PECULI(I)] : N small savings; private property;

[PECULIUM] : a bit of money, a small property.

[PECULIUM] : a bit of money, a small property

[PECUNIA, PECUNIAE] : N money; property;

[PECUNIA] : money.

[PECUNIARIUS, PECUNIARIA, PECUNIARIUM] : ADJ of money, pecuniary;

[PECUNIOSUS, PECUNIOSA, PECUNIOSUM] : ADJ rich, wealthy; profitable;

[PECUNIOSUS] : rich, wealthy \profitable, lucrative.

[PECUNIOSUS] : rich, wealthy \profitable, lucrative

[PECUS, PECORIS] : herd of cattle.

[PECUS, PECORIS] : N cattle, herd, flock;

[PECUS, PECUDIS] : N sheep; animal;

[PECUS] : a single head of cattle, especially a sheep/ a herd

[PECUS] : a single head of cattle, especially a sheep/ a herd.

[PECUS] : pecudis ; single beast, head (of cattle).

[PEDALIS, PEDALIS, PEDALE] : ADJ measuring a foot;

[PEDAMEN, PEDAMINIS] : N prop, stake; (for vines);

[PEDAMENTUM, PEDAMENTI] : N prop, stake; (for vines);

[PEDARIUS, PEDARIA, PEDARIUM] : ADJ of a foot; (senatores pedarii => senators of inferior rank);

[PEDATURA, PEDATURAE] : N space/extent of a foot; prop of a vine;

[PEDERO] : chervil

[PEDES, PEDITIS] : N foot soldier; infantry (pl.);

[PEDES] : going on foot, walking/ foot-soldier, infantryman.

[PEDES] : going on foot, walking / foot-soldier, infantryman

[PEDESTER, PEDESTRIS, PEDESTRE] : ADJ on foot, pedestrian;

[PEDETEMPTIM] : ADV feeling one's way; gradually, cautiously;

[PEDICA, PEDICAE] : N shackle, fetter; snare;

[PEDICATOR, PEDICATORIS] : N sodomite;

[PEDICO, PEDICARE, PEDICAVI, PEDICATUS] : V perform anal intercourse; commit sodomy with;

[PEDICULOSUS, PEDICULOSA, PEDICULOSUM] : ADJ lousy;

[PEDIS] : foot-soldier.

[PEDISECA, PEDISECAE] : N female attendant; waiting woman, waitress; handmaiden;

[PEDISECUS, PEDISECA, PEDISECUM] : ADJ that follows on foot; (like an attendant); follow on the heels of/immediately;

[PEDISECUS, PEDISECI] : N male attendant, manservant; follower on foot; footman, page; lackey;

[PEDISEQUA, PEDISEQUAE] : N female attendant; waiting woman, waitress; handmaiden;

[PEDISEQUUS, PEDISEQUI] : N male attendant, manservant; follower on foot; footman, page; lackey;

[PEDISEQUUS, PEDISEQUA, PEDISEQUUM] : ADJ that follows on foot; (like an attendant); follow on the heels of/immediately;

[PEDISSEQUA, PEDISSEQUAE] : N female attendant; waiting woman, waitress; handmaiden;

[PEDISSEQUUS, PEDISSEQUA, PEDISSEQUUM] : ADJ that follows on foot; (like an attendant); follow on the heels of/immediately;

[PEDISSEQUUS, PEDISSEQUI] : N male attendant, manservant; follower on foot; footman, page; lackey;

[PEDITATUS, PEDITATUS] : N infantry;

[PEDIUS, PEDI] : N pedius; (roman gens name); (q pedius => caesar's older sister's son);

[PEDIUS, PEDIA, PEDIUM] : ADJ pedius, roman gens; (q ~ =>caesar's nephew, lex ~ =>law trying caesar's killer);

[PEDUM, PEDI] : N shepherd's crook;

[PEGANON] : rue

[PEGMA, PEGMATIS] : N bookcase; a stage, scaffolding;

[PEIERO, PEIERARE, PEIERAVI, PEIERATUS] : V swear falsely;

[PEIOR] : worse (see malus).

[PELAGIUS, PELAGIA, PELAGIUM] : ADJ marine, of the sea;

[PELAGUS, PELAGI] : N the sea; the open sea, the main; (-us neuter, only sing.);

[PELAGUS] : main, open sea.

[PELAMYS, PELAMYDIS] : N young tunafish;

[PELEX, PELICIS] : N mistress (installed as rival/in addition to wife), concubine; male prostitute;

[PELICATUS, PELICATUS] : N concubinage, living together;

[PELLAX, (GEN.), PELLACIS] : ADJ seductive, glib;

[PELLAX] : seductive.

[PELLEX, PELLICIS] : N mistress (installed as rival/in addition to wife), concubine; male prostitute;

[PELLICEUS, PELLICEA, PELLICEUM] : ADJ skin-, made of skins;

[PELLICIO, PELLICERE, PELLICUI, PELLECTUS] : V attract/draw away; allure/seduce/entice/captivate; coax/induce/wheedle/win over;

[PELLICIO, PELLICERE, PELLEXI, PELLECTUS] : V attract/draw away; allure/seduce/entice/captivate; coax/induce/wheedle/win over;

[PELLICIUS, PELLICIA, PELLICIUM] : ADJ skin-, made of skins;

[PELLICIUS, PELLICIA, PELLICIUM] : ADJ made of skins/furs;

[PELLICO, PELLICERE,] : V attract/draw away; allure/seduce/entice/captivate; coax/induce/wheedle/win over;

[PELLICULA, PELLICULAE] : N skin, hide;

[PELLIS, PELLIS] : N skin, hide; pelt;

[PELLIS] : pelt .

[PELLITUS, PELLITA, PELLITUM] : ADJ covered with skins;

[PELLO PEPULI PULSUM] : to hit, beat / exile, drive away, banish

[PELLO PEPULLI PULSUM] : to hit, beat/ exile, drive away, banish.

[PELLO, PELLERE, PEPULI, PULSUS] : V beat; drive out; push; banish, strike, defeat, drive away, rout;

[PELORIS, PELORIDIS] : N mussel; clam; edible shellfish;

[PELORIS] : a clam

[PELORIS] : a clam.

[PELTA, PELTAE] : N crescent-shaped shield;

[PELTASTA, PELTASTAE] : N soldier armed with the pelta (small light shield);

[PELTASTES, PELTASTAE] : N soldier armed with the pelta (small light shield);

[PELTATUS, PELTATA, PELTATUM] : ADJ armed with the pelta (crescent-shaped shield);

[PELVIS, PELVIS] : N shallow bowl or basin;

[PELVIS] : font

[PELVIS] : font.

[PENARIUS, PENARIA, PENARIUM] : ADJ of or for provisions;

[PENATES, PENATIS] : N penates, household gods, gods of the family.;

[PENATIGER, PENATIGERA, PENATIGERUM] : ADJ carrying the penates;

[PENDEO, PENDERE, PEPENDI] : V hang, hang down; depend; (~ ab ore => hang upon the lips, listen attentively);

[PENDEO] : to hang, depend, be suspended/ be uncertain, undecided.

[PENDEO] : to hang, depend, be suspended / be uncertain, undecided.

[PENDO, PENDERE, PEPENDI, PENSUS] : V weigh out; pay, pay out;

[PENDO] : to weigh, value, consider, judge, esteem.

[PENDO] : to weigh, value, consider, judge, esteem

[PENDULUS, PENDULA, PENDULUM] : ADJ hanging, hanging down, uncertain;

[PENECOSTAS, PENECOSTADOS/IS] : N fifty; the number fifty; (7 sundays after easter); (jewish 50th day of omer);

[PENECOSTE, PENECOSTES] : N penecost/whitsunday; (7th sunday after easter); 50 days; jewish harvest fest;

[PENES] : PREP in the power of, in the hands of (person); belonging to;

[PENETRABILIS, PENETRABILIS, PENETRABILE] : ADJ that can be pierced; penetrable; piercing;

[PENETRABILIS] : capable of being penetrated/ penetrating, piercing.

[PENETRABILIS] : capable of being penetrated / penetrating, piercing

[PENETRALE, PENETRALIS] : N innermost parts/chambers/self (pl.); spirit, life of soul; gimlet (latham);

[PENETRALE, PENETRALIS] : N inner part of a place; inner shrine; sanctuary of the household gods;

[PENETRALIS, PENETRALIS, PENETRALE] : ADJ inner, innermost;

[PENETRALIS] : (noun) interior, inner rooms.

[PENETRALIS] : (noun) interior, inner rooms

[PENETRALIS] : passing through, penetrating/ internal, inner/ .

[PENETRALIS] : passing through, penetrating / internal, inner /

[PENETRANTER] : deeply, penetratingly, searchingly

[PENETRO, PENETRARE, PENETRAVI, PENETRATUS] : V enter, penetrate;

[PENETRO] : to go against, attack, enter, penetrate .

[PENETRO] : to put into, pass through, penetrate

[PENETRO] : to put into, pass through, penetrate.

[PENICILLUS, PENICILLI] : N painter's brush or pencil; style;

[PENICULLUS] : a painter's brush, pencil, stylus

[PENICULLUS] : a painter's brush, pencil, stylus.

[PENICULUS, PENICULI] : N brush (of ox/horse tail); painter's brush; sponge; diminutive of penis (l+s);

[PENICULUS] : a sponge, brush

[PENICULUS] : a sponge, brush.

[PENINTENTIARIUS] : confessor, penintentiary

[PENIS, PENIS] : N male sexual organ, penis; (sometimes rude); a tail;

[PENIS] : tail

[PENIS] : tail.

[PENITENS] : (penitentis) a penitent

[PENITENS] : (penitentis) a penitent.

[PENITENTIA] : penance

[PENITENTIA] : penance.

[PENITIO] : to do penance.

[PENITIO] : to do penance

[PENITRALE, PENITRALIS] : N innermost parts/chambers/self (pl.); spirit, life of soul; gimlet (latham);

[PENITUS, PENITA, PENITUM] : ADJ inner, inward;

[PENITUS] : (adv.) inside, widely, through and through, completely.

[PENITUS] : (adv.) inside, widely, through and through, completely

[PENITUS] : (adverb) accurately, thoroughly, wholly, entirely

[PENITUS] : (adverb) accurately, thoroughly, wholly, entirely.

[PENITUS] : ADV inside; deep within; thoroughly;

[PENITUS] : inward, inner, internal, interior

[PENITUS] : inward, inner, internal, interior.

[PENNA, PENNAE] : N feather, wing;

[PENNA] : feather, wing

[PENNA] : feather, wing.

[PENNA] : feather.

[PENNAE] : wing.

[PENNATUS, PENNATA, PENNATUM] : ADJ winged;

[PENNATUS] : winged, with feathers.

[PENNATUS] : winged, with feathers

[PENNIGER, PENNIGERA, PENNIGERUM] : ADJ feathered, winged;

[PENNIGER] : winged, with feathers.

[PENNIGER] : winged, with feathers

[PENNIPES, (GEN.), PENNIPEDIS] : ADJ wing-footed;

[PENNIPES] : wing-footed, swift, fleet

[PENNIPES] : wing-footed, swift, fleet.

[PENNIPOTENS, (GEN.), PENNIPOTENTIS] : ADJ able to fly, winged;

[PENNIPOTENS, PENNIPOTENTIS] : N birds (pl.);

[PENNIPOTENS] : capable of flight.

[PENNIPOTENS] : capable of flight

[PENNIPOTENTI] : birds.

[PENNIPOTENTI] : birds

[PENNULA, PENNULAE] : N little wing;

[PENSATOR] : distributor.

[PENSILIS] : hanging

[PENSILIS] : hanging.

[PENSIO, PENSIONIS] : N payment, installment, paying out; rent; measured weight; reckoning of weight;

[PENSIO] : a weighing out/ paying, payment, rent/ day of payment.

[PENSIO] : a weighing out / paying, payment, rent / day of payment

[PENSITATIO, PENSITATIONIS] : N payment/compensation; expense (l+s); valuable/precious thing; pension (douay);

[PENSITO] : to ponder, consider, think over.

[PENSITO] : to weigh carefully, weigh out / pay / ponder, consider, think over

[PENSITO] : to weigh carefully, weigh out/ pay.

[PENSO, PENSARE, PENSAVI, PENSATUS] : V weigh, weigh out; pay or punish for; counterbalance, compensate; ponder, exami;

[PENSO] : (-are) to weigh out / estimate, ponder, consider / pay, purchase

[PENSO] : to weigh out/ estimate, ponder, consider/ pay, purchase.

[PENSUM, PENSI] : N quantity of wool given to be spun or woven; task, stint;

[PENSUS] : paid out, valued.

[PENTACONTARCHUS, PENTACONTARCHI] : N pentacontarch, commander of fifty men; (platoon commander);

[PENTECONTARCUS, PENTECONTARCI] : N pentacontarch, commander of fifty men; (platoon commander); (1 maccabbes 3] : 55);

[PENTECOSTALIS, PENTECOSTALIS, PENTECOSTALE] : ADJ pentecostal, belonging to pentecost/whitsuntide;

[PENTECOSTE, PENTECOSTES] : N pentecost, whit-sunday, fiftith day after easter;

[PENTENTARIUS] : confessor, penintentiary.

[PENTRAL, PENTRALIS] : N gimlet; innermost parts/chambers/self (pl.) (ecc); spirit, life of soul;

[PENTRALE, PENTRALIS] : N gimlet; innermost parts/chambers/self (pl.) (ecc); spirit, life of soul;

[PENUARIUS, PENUARIA, PENUARIUM] : ADJ used for food storage;

[PENUM, PENI] : N provisions, food; stock of a household; storeroom in temple of vesta;

[PENURIA, PENURIAE] : N want, need, scarcity;

[PENURIA] : penurium ; lack, want, penury

[PENURIA] : penurium ; lack, want, penury.

[PENURIOSUS] : penurious, poor, poverty-stricken.

[PENUS, PENORIS] : N provisions, food; stock of a household; storeroom in temple of vesta;

[PENUS, PENUS] : N provisions, food; stock of a household; storeroom in temple of vesta;

[PENUS, US] : provisions, supplies, victuals.

[PENUS, US] : provisions, supplies, victuals

[PEPLUM, PEPLI] : N robe of state;

[PEPLUM] : robe of state.

[PEPLUM] : robe of state

[PEPLUS, PEPLI] : N robe of state;

[PEPO, PEPONIS] : N watermelon; (other such/goard); species of large melon (l+s); pumpkin;

[PEPON, PEPONIS] : N watermelon; (other such/goard);

[PEPULO] : ? Herimann, cap. 3.

[PER ANTEA] : before, formerly.

[PER ASPERA AD ASTRA. ] : PHRASE Through difficulties to the stars.

[PER CAPITA ] : PHRASE by heads (i.e. for each person)

[PER FAS ET NEFAS ] : PHRASE by right or wrong(i.e. by any means necessary)

[PER MOENIA URBIS] : inside the walls of the town.

[PER SE ] : PHRASE by itself

[PER SIC QUOD] : on condition that, with the understanding that.

[PER] : (+ acc.) (cause) because of, on account of.

[PER] : (+ acc.) (means/ instrument) through, with, by, by means of.

[PER] : (+ acc.) (of space) through, along, over/ in the presence of.

[PER] : (+ acc.) (of time) throughout, during, in the course of.

[PER] : (+ acc.) (of space) through, along, over / in the presence of.

[PER] : (prefix to an adjective) very, excessively, quite.

[PER] : (prefix to an adjective) very, excessively, quite

[PER] : PREP through (space); during (time); by, by means of;

[PERA, PERAE] : N satchel; bag slung over shoulder (for day's provisions); (affected by cynics);

[PERA] : wallet, purse, bag.

[PERA] : wallet, purse, bag

[PERABSURDUS, PERABSURDA, PERABSURDUM] : ADJ highly ridiculous;

[PERACCOMMODATUS, PERACCOMMODATA, PERACCOMMODATUM] : ADJ very convenient;

[PERACER, PERACRIS, PERACRE] : ADJ very sharp;

[PERACERBUS, PERACERBA, PERACERBUM] : ADJ very sour, very harsh;

[PERACTIO] : completion, finishing, end

[PERACTIO] : completion, finishing, end.

[PERACTIS PERAGENDI ] : PHRASE when that which should be done has been done

[PERACTO] : to carry through, complete, accomplish

[PERACTO] : to carry through, complete, accomplish.

[PERACUTUS, PERACUTA, PERACUTUM] : ADJ very penetrating; very sharp;

[PERAEQUE] : ADV equally;

[PERAEQUE] : quite equally.

[PERAEQUE] : quite equally

[PERAGITO, PERAGITARE, PERAGITAVI, PERAGITATUS] : V harass with repeated attacks;

[PERAGITO] : (-are) to harass, push around.

[PERAGITO] : (-are) to harass, push around

[PERAGO, PERAGERE, PEREGI, PERACTUS] : V disturb; finish; kill; carry through to the end, complete;

[PERAGO] : (-ere) to harass, disturb / mention / complete, accomplish

[PERAGO] : (-ere) to harass, disturb/ mention/ complete, accomplish.

[PERAGO] : (legal) to prosecute to the end

[PERAGO] : (legal) to prosecute to the end.

[PERAGO] : to to go through with, accomplish, finish.

[PERAGRO, PERAGRARE, PERAGRAVI, PERAGRATUS] : V travel over every part of, scour;

[PERAGRO] : to search through, traverse.

[PERAGRO] : to wander through, travel through.

[PERAMBULO, PERAMBULARE, PERAMBULAVI, PERAMBULATUS] : V walk about in, tour; make the round of;

[PERAMOENUS, PERAMOENA, PERAMOENUM] : ADJ very pleasant;

[PERAMPLUS, PERAMPLA, PERAMPLUM] : ADJ very large;

[PERANGUSTUS, PERANGUSTA, PERANGUSTUM] : ADJ very narrow;

[PERANTIQUUS, PERANTIQUA, PERANTIQUUM] : ADJ very ancient;

[PERAPPOSITUS, PERAPPOSITA, PERAPPOSITUM] : ADJ very suitable;

[PERARDUUS, PERARDUA, PERARDUUM] : ADJ very difficult;

[PERARGUTUS, PERARGUTA, PERARGUTUM] : ADJ very wittily;

[PERARO, PERARARE, PERARAVI, PERARATUS] : V furrow; inscribe (scratch on a waxen tablet);

[PERATTENTUS, PERATTENTA, PERATTENTUM] : ADJ very attentive>; adv. perattente.

[PERBACCHOR, PERBACCHARI, -, PERBACCHATUS SUM] : V get through; waste (time) in revelery; carouse/revel throughout (l+s);

[PERBEATUS, PERBEATA, PERBEATUM] : ADJ very fortunate;

[PERBENE] : ADV very well;

[PERBENEVOLUS, PERBENEVOLA, PERBENEVOLUM] : ADJ very well-disposed;

[PERBIBO, PERBIBERE, PERBIBI] : V drink deeply, drink in;

[PERBLANDUS, PERBLANDA, PERBLANDUM] : ADJ very charming;

[PERBONUS, PERBONA, PERBONUM] : ADJ very good, excellent; finished, complete;

[PERCA, PERCAE] : N fish, the perch;

[PERCALEFACTUS, PERCALEFACTA, PERCALEFACTUM] : ADJ thoroughly heated;

[PERCALLESCO, PERCALLESCERE, PERCALLUI] : V become callous;

[PERCAUTUS, PERCAUTA, PERCAUTUM] : ADJ very cautious;

[PERCELEBRO, PERCELEBRARE, PERCELEBRAVI, PERCELEBRATUS] : V make thoroughly known;

[PERCELLO, PERCELLERE, PERCULI, PERCULSUS] : V strike down; strike; overpower; dismay, demoralize, upset;

[PERCELLO] : to smite, strike with consternation, excite.

[PERCEPTIBILIS, PERCEPTIBILIS, PERCEPTIBILE] : ADJ perceptible; participating (in anything);

[PERCIDO, PERCIDERE, PERCIDI, PERCISUS] : V hit/punch very hard; commit sodomy on; cut down/to pieces (troops);

[PERCIEO, PERCIERE,] : V excite; set in motion;

[PERCIO, PERCIRE, PERCIVI, PERCITUS] : V excite, stir up, move (emotions); set in motion, propel;

[PERCIPIO PERCEPI PERCEPTUM] : to gain, learn, perceive, understand.

[PERCIPIO, PERCIPERE, PERCEPI, PERCEPTUS] : V secure, gain; perceive, learn, feel;

[PERCOMMODUS, PERCOMMODA, PERCOMMODUM] : ADJ very convenient;

[PERCONTATIO, PERCONTATIONIS] : N questioning, inquiry;

[PERCONTOR PERCUNCTOR] : inquire, interrogate, investigate.

[PERCONTOR, PERCONTARI, -, PERCONTATUS SUM] : V inquire;

[PERCOQUO, PERCOQUERE, PERCOXI, PERCOCTUS] : V cook thoroughly; bake, heat;

[PERCREBESCO, PERCREBESCERE, PERCREBUI] : V become very frequent, become very widespread;

[PERCREBRESCO, PERCREBRESCERE, PERCREBRUI] : V become very frequent, become very widespread;

[PERCULSUS] : a shock.

[PERCUPIDUS, PERCUPIDA, PERCUPIDUM] : ADJ very fond;

[PERCURIOSUS, PERCURIOSA, PERCURIOSUM] : ADJ very inquisitive;

[PERCURRO, PERCURRERE, PERCURRI, PERCURSUS] : V run through;

[PERCURRO, PERCURRERE, PERCUCURRI, PERCURRUS] : V run through;

[PERCURSATIO, PERCURSATIONIS] : N travelling through;

[PERCUSSOR, PERCUSSORIS] : N murderer, assassin;

[PERCUSSUS, PERCUSSUS] : N buffeting; beating;

[PERCUTIO (PERCUSSUM)] : to strike hard, pierce, transfix / shock.

[PERCUTIO (PERCUSSUM)] : to strike hard, pierce, transfix/ shock.

[PERCUTIO, PERCUTERE, PERCUSSI, PERCUSSUS] : V beat, strike; pierce;

[PERCUTO] : to affect deeply.

[PERDECORUS, PERDECORA, PERDECORUM] : ADJ very comely;

[PERDELIRUS, PERDELIRA, PERDELIRUM] : ADJ senseless;

[PERDEPSO, PERDEPSERE, PERDEPSUI, PERDEPSTUS] : V dishonor; have improper sex; (rude);

[PERDIGNUS, PERDIGNA, PERDIGNUM] : ADJ very worthy;

[PERDISCO, PERDISCERE, PERDIDICI] : V learn thoroughly;

[PERDITIM] : ADV desperately, to desperation;

[PERDITIO, PERDITIONIS] : N destruction, ruin, perdition;

[PERDITIO] : loss, destruction

[PERDITIO] : loss, destruction.

[PERDITIO] : ruin.

[PERDITOR, PERDITORIS] : N destroyer; one who ruins/destroys;

[PERDITRIX, PERDITRICIS] : N destroyer (female); she who ruins/destroys;

[PERDITUS, PERDITA, PERDITUM] : ADJ ruined; degenerate; reckless; helpless;

[PERDIU] : ADV for a long while;

[PERDIUTURNUS, PERDIUTURNA, PERDIUTURNUM] : ADJ lasting a very long time;

[PERDIX, PERDICIS] : N partridge;

[PERDO, PERDERE, PERDIDI, PERDITUS] : V ruin, destroy; lose; waste;

[PERDO] : to destroy, ruin, waste, scatter, squander.

[PERDO] : to lose, destroy

[PERDO] : to lose, destroy.

[PERDO] : to ruin, lose.

[PERDOCO, PERDOCERE, PERDOCUI, PERDOCTUS] : V teach (thoroughly);

[PERDOMO, PERDOMARE, PERDOMUI, PERDOMITUS] : V tame thoroughly, subjugate completely;

[PERDUCO, PERDUCERE, PERDUXI, PERDUCTUS] : V lead, guide; prolong; induce, conduct, bring through;

[PERDUCO] : perduxi ; perductum ; bring through, spread over

[PERDUCO] : perduxi ; perductum ; bring through, spread over.

[PERDUCO] : to guide.

[PERDUCO] : to lead through, conduct, carry through.

[PERDUDUM] : ADV long time ago;

[PERDUELL, PERDUELLIS] : N national enemy;

[PERDUELLIO, PERDUELLIONIS] : N treason;

[PERDURO, PERDURARE, PERDURAVI, PERDURATUS] : V to last long, endure;

[PEREDO, PEREDERE, PEREDI, PERESUS] : V eat up, consume, waste;

[PEREDO, PERESSE,] : V eat up, consume, waste;

[PEREGRE] : ADV to or from abroad;

[PEREGRINABUNDUS, PEREGRINABUNDA, PEREGRINABUNDUM] : ADJ travelling about;

[PEREGRINANS, PEREGRINANTIS] : N pilgrim; (foreign) traveler; wanderer;

[PEREGRINATIO, PEREGRINATIONIS] : N living abroad, sojourn abroad; traveling, travel; (exile?);

[PEREGRINOR, PEREGRINARI, -, PEREGRINATUS SUM] : V travel about, be an alien, sojourn in strange country, go abroad, wander, roam;

[PEREGRINUS, PEREGRINA, PEREGRINUM] : ADJ foreign, strange, alien; exotic;

[PEREGRINUS, PEREGRINI] : N foreigner, stranger, alien; foreign woman (f); foreign residents (pl.);

[PEREGRINUS] : wanderer, foreigner, stranger / pilgrim, crusader.

[PEREGRINUS] : wanderer, foreigner, stranger/ pilgrim, crusader.

[PEREMNIUM, PEREMNII] : N auspices taken on crossing any running water;

[PERENDIE] : ADV day after tomorrow;

[PERENDINUS, PERENDINA, PERENDINUM] : ADJ after tomorrow; (perendino die => the day after tomorrow);

[PERENNIS, PERENNIS, PERENNE] : ADJ continual; everlasting, perpetual, perennial; eternal;

[PERENNIS] : everlasting, uninterrupted.

[PERENNO, PERENNARE, PERENNAVI, PERENNATUS] : V to last many years;

[PEREO, PERIRE, PERIVI(II), PERITUS] : V die, pass away; be ruined, be destroyed; go to waste;

[PEREO] : to pass away, be destroyed, perish.

[PEREQUITO, PEREQUITARE, PEREQUITAVI, PEREQUITATUS] : V ride through; ride around;

[PERERRO, PERERRARE, PERERRAVI, PERERRATUS] : V wander through, roam or ramble over;

[PERERRO] : to ramble over.

[PERERUDITUS, PERERUDITA, PERERUDITUM] : ADJ very learned;

[PEREXIGUUS, PEREXIGUA, PEREXIGUUM] : ADJ very small;

[PERFACETUS, PERFACETA, PERFACETUM] : ADJ very witty, brilliant>; adv. perfacete.

[PERFACILE] : ADV very easily; readily;

[PERFACILIS, PERFACILIS, PERFACILE] : ADJ very easy, very courteous;

[PERFECTIO, PERFECTIONIS] : N perfection, completion; bringing to completion/perfection; ideal/completed form;

[PERFECTUS, PERFECTA, PERFECTUM] : ADJ perfect, complete; excellent;

[PERFECTUS] : complete, finished, done/ perfect, without flaw.

[PERFECTUS] : complete, finished, done / perfect, without flaw.

[PERFERO, PERFERRE, PERTULI, PERLATUS] : V carry through; bear, endure to the end, suffer; announce;

[PERFERO] : pertulit ; to endure, undergo

[PERFERO] : pertulit ; to endure, undergo.

[PERFERO] : to bear, suffer, endure.

[PERFICIO, PERFICERE, PERFECI, PERFECTUS] : V complete, finish; execute; bring about, accomplish; do thoroughly;

[PERFICIO] : perfeci ; perfectum ; to do thoroughly, accomplish, bring about.

[PERFICIO] : perfeci ; perfectum ; to do thoroughly, accomplish, bring.

[PERFICIO] : to accomplish, perfect, complete, achieve, effect.

[PERFIDIA, PERFIDIAE] : N faithlessness, treachery, perfidy;

[PERFIDIA] : treachery, faithlessness.

[PERFIDIA] : treachery.

[PERFIDIOSUS, PERFIDIOSA, PERFIDIOSUM] : ADJ treacherous;

[PERFIDIOSUS] : treacherous, faithless

[PERFIDIOSUS] : treacherous, faithless.

[PERFIDUS, PERFIDA, PERFIDUM] : ADJ faithless, treacherous, false, deceitful;

[PERFIDUS] : treasonous.

[PERFLAGITIOSUS, PERFLAGITIOSA, PERFLAGITIOSUM] : ADJ very shameful;

[PERFLO, PERFLARE, PERFLAVI, PERFLATUS] : V blow through or over;

[PERFLO] : to blow through or over.

[PERFLUO, PERFLUERE, PERFLUXI, PERFLUXUS] : V flow/run through; flow on/along; stream (with moisture); flow (drapery);

[PERFODIO, PERFODERE, PERFODI, PERFOSSUS] : V bore/dig/make hole/passage/channel/break in/through; dig/pierce/stab/perforate;

[PERFODIO, PERFODIRE, PERFODIVI, PERFODITUS] : V bore/dig/make hole/passage/channel/break in/through; dig/pierce/stab/perforate;

[PERFORO, PERFORARE, PERFORAVI, PERFORATUS] : V bore/pierce/make a hole/passage/break in/through; bore/pierce/stab/perforate;

[PERFRIGESCO, PERFRIGESCERE, PERFRIXI] : V catch cold;

[PERFRIGIDUS, PERFRIGIDA, PERFRIGIDUM] : ADJ very cold;

[PERFRINGO, PERFRINGERE, PERFRENGI, PERFRACTUS] : V break through;

[PERFRINGO] : to break through, penetrate/ shatter.

[PERFRINGO] : to break through, penetrate / shatter.

[PERFRUOR, PERFRUI, -, PERFRUCTUS SUM] : V have full enjoyment of, enjoy;

[PERFRUOR] : to execute completely, enjoy to the full.

[PERFUGA, PERFUGAE] : N deserter;

[PERFUGIO, PERFUGERE, PERFUGI] : V flee, desert; take refuge;

[PERFUGIUM, PERFUGI(I)] : N refuge; asylum; excuse;

[PERFUNDO, PERFUNDERE, PERFUDI, PERFUSUS] : V pour over/through, wet, flood, bathe; overspread, coat, overlay; imbue;

[PERFUNDO] : to drench.

[PERFUNGOR, PERFUNGI, -, PERFUNCTUS SUM] : V perform, discharge, have done with (w/abl);

[PERFURO, PERFURERE,] : V rage, storm (throughout);

[PERFUSUS] : steeped, soaked, drenched.

[PERGO, PERGERE, PERREXI, PERRECTUS] : V go on, proceed;

[PERGO] : to continue, proceed, go on with.

[PERGO] : to proceed, pursue.

[PERGRANDIS, PERGRANDIS, PERGRANDE] : ADJ very large, huge; of very advanced age;

[PERGRATUS, PERGRATA, PERGRATUM] : ADJ very agreeable or pleasant;

[PERGULA, PERGULAE] : N attachment to front of building for trading, booth/stall/shop; painting studio;

[PERGULA, PERGULAE] : N framework supporting a vine/plant; hut, hovel; school; lecture room; brothel;

[PERHIBEO, PERHIBERE, PERHIBUI, PERHIBITUS] : V present, give, bestow; regard, hold; name;

[PERHILUM, PERHILI] : N very little;

[PERHONORIFICE] : ADV very honorablly, very respectfully;

[PERHONORIFICUS, PERHONORIFICA, PERHONORIFICUM] : ADJ very honorable, very respectful;

[PERHORRESCO, PERHORRESCERE, PERHORRUI] : V tremble or shudder greatly; recoil in terror from;

[PERHORRIDUS, PERHORRIDA, PERHORRIDUM] : ADJ very dreadful;

[PERHUMANITER] : ADV very civilly;

[PERHUMANUS, PERHUMANA, PERHUMANUM] : ADJ very friendly, very civil;

[PERIBOLUS, PERIBOLI] : N circuit; enclosure; precinct (souter); outer wall (vulgate ezechiel 42] : 7);

[PERICLITATUS] : put in peril, endangered.

[PERICLITOR, PERICLITARI, -, PERICLITATUS SUM] : V try, prove, test, make a trial of, put to the test/in peril; risk, endanger;

[PERICLITOR] : to test make a trial, put in peril, endanger.

[PERICLUM, PERICLI] : N danger, peril; trial, attempt; risk; responsibility for damage, liability;

[PERICULOSUS, PERICULOSA -UM, PERICULOSIOR -OR -US, PERICULOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ dangerous, hazardous, perilous; threatening;

[PERICULOSUS] : hazardous, dangerous.

[PERICULUM IN MORA. ] : PHRASE Danger in delay

[PERICULUM, PERICULI] : N danger, peril; trial, attempt; risk; responsibility for damage, liability;

[PERICULUM] : danger, risk.

[PERICULUM] : risk, danger, destruction.

[PERIDONEUS, PERIDONEA, PERIDONEUM] : ADJ very suitable, very well-fitted;

[PERIERAT TOTUS ORBIS, NISI IRAM FINIRET MISERICORDIA. ] : PHRASE The entire world would have perished unless compassion had limited the hatred.

[PERIMBECILLUS, PERIMBECILLA, PERIMBECILLUM] : ADJ very weak;

[PERIMO PEREMI PEREMPTUM] : to destroy

[PERIMO PEREMI PEREMPTUM] : to destroy.

[PERIMO, PERIMERE, PEREMI, PEREMPTUS] : V kill, destroy;

[PERIMO] : to slay.

[PERINCOMMODE] : ADV very inconveniently;

[PERINCOMMODUS, PERINCOMMODA, PERINCOMMODUM] : ADJ very inconvenient;

[PERINDE] : ADV in the same way/just as, equally; likewise (~ ac => just as if);

[PERINFIRMUS, PERINFIRMA, PERINFIRMUM] : ADJ very weak;

[PERINGENIOSUS, PERINGENIOSA, PERINGENIOSUM] : ADJ very clever;

[PERINIQUUS, PERINIQUA, PERINIQUUM] : ADJ very unfair; very discontented or unwilling;

[PERINVITUS, PERINVITA, PERINVITUM] : ADJ very unwilling;

[PERIODUS, PERIODI] : N sentence, period;

[PERIPATETICUS, PERIPATETICA, PERIPATETICUM] : ADJ of/belonging to the peripatetic (aristotelian) school of philosphy;

[PERIPATETICUS, PERIPATETICI] : N philosopher of the peripatetic (aristotelian) school;

[PERIPETASMA, PERIPETASMATIS] : N curtain, hanging;

[PERIPSEMA, PERIPSEMATIS] : N refuse; filth; offscouring; (that which comes off in cleaning);

[PERIPSIMA, PERIPSIMATIS] : N refuse; filth; offscouring; (that which comes off in cleaning);

[PERIPTERON] : ADJ having a single row of columns all around;

[PERIPTEROS, PERIPTEROS] : ADJ having a single row of columns all around;

[PERIRATUS, PERIRATA, PERIRATUM] : ADJ very angry;

[PERISCELIS, PERISCELIDOS/IS] : N garter, anklet, leg-band;

[PERISTEREOS, PERISTEREI] : N plant doves are fond of, a verbena(?);

[PERISTERON, PERISTERONOS/IS] : N enclosure for pigeons, pigeon coop;

[PERISTEROTROPHION, PERISTEROTROPHII] : N enclosure for pigeons, pigeon coop;

[PERISTROMA, PERISTROMATIS] : N curtain, coverlet, carpet, hanging;

[PERISTYLIUM, PERISTYLII] : N inner courtyard lined with rows of columns, peristyle;

[PERISTYLON, PERISTYLI] : N inner courtyard lined with rows of columns, peristyle;

[PERISTYLUM, PERISTYLI] : N inner courtyard lined with rows of columns, peristyle;

[PERITIA, PERITIAE] : N practical knowledge, skill, expertise;

[PERITUS, PERITA, PERITUM] : ADJ skilled, skillful; experienced, expert; with gen;

[PERITUS] : skilful.

[PERITUS] : skilled, expert.

[PERIURIUM, PERIURI(I)] : N false oath, perjury;

[PERIURIUM] : perjury, oath-breaking, foreswearing an oath.

[PERIZOMA, PERIZOMATIS] : N girdle;

[PERJUCUNDUS, PERJUCUNDA, PERJUCUNDUM] : ADJ very welcome, agreeable;

[PERJURO, PERJURARE, PERJURAVI, PERJURATUS] : V swear falsely;

[PERJURO] : to break an oath.

[PERJURUS, PERJURA, PERJURUM] : ADJ perjured; false, lying;

[PERLABOR, PERLABI, -, PERLAPSUS SUM] : V glide along, over or through, skim;

[PERLABOR] : to slip through.

[PERLAETUS, PERLAETA, PERLAETUM] : ADJ very joyful;

[PERLEGO, PERLEGERE, PERLEGI, PERLECTUS] : V read through;

[PERLICIO, PERLICERE, PERLEXI, PERLECTUS] : V attract/draw away; allure/seduce/entice/captivate; coax/induce/wheedle/win over;

[PERLICIO, PERLICERE, PERLICUI, PERLECTUS] : V attract/draw away; allure/seduce/entice/captivate; coax/induce/wheedle/win over;

[PERLITO, PERLITARE, PERLITAVI, PERLITATUS] : V make auspicious sacrifice;

[PERLONGE] : ADV very far; tediously;

[PERLONGUS, PERLONGA, PERLONGUM] : ADJ very long, tedious;

[PERLUCEEO, PERLUCEERE,] : V be transparent; shine through; shine out;

[PERLUCIDULUS, PERLUCIDULA, PERLUCIDULUM] : ADJ transparent;

[PERLUCIDUS, PERLUCIDA, PERLUCIDUM] : ADJ transparent, pellucid;

[PERLUCTUOSUS, PERLUCTUOSA, PERLUCTUOSUM] : ADJ very mournful;

[PERLUO, PERLUERE, PERLUI, PERLUTUS] : V wash off or thoroughly, bathe;

[PERLUSTRO, PERLUSTRARE, PERLUSTRAVI, PERLUSTRATUS] : V go or wander all through; view all over, scan, scrutinize;

[PERLUSTRO] : to pass through, survey, look, examine.

[PERMAGNUS, PERMAGNA, PERMAGNUM] : ADJ very great;

[PERMANEO, PERMANERE, PERMANSI, PERMANSUS] : V last, continue; remain; endure;

[PERMANEO] : to stay to the end, last, endure.

[PERMANO, PERMANARE, PERMANAVI, PERMANATUS] : V flow through; leak through; permeate;

[PERMARINUS, PERMARINA, PERMARINUM] : ADJ going over the sea;

[PERMATURESCO, PERMATURESCERE,] : V mature, ripen thoroughly;

[PERMAXIMUM] : the very greatest.

[PERMEO, PERMEARE, PERMEAVI, PERMEATUS] : V go or pass through, cross, traverse; pervade;

[PERMEO] : to pass through.

[PERMEO] : to traverse.

[PERMETIOR, PERMETIRI, -, PERMENSUS SUM] : V measure (exactly); traverse/travel over; pass through; complete (time/process);

[PERMETIOR] : to measure, traverse.

[PERMIRUS, PERMIRA, PERMIRUM] : ADJ very wonderful;

[PERMISCEO, PERMISCERE, PERMISCUI, PERMIXTUS] : V mix or mingle together; confound; embroil; disturb thoroughly;

[PERMISSUS, PERMISSUS] : N permission, authorization;

[PERMITIALIS, PERMITIALIS, PERMITIALE] : ADJ destructive, annihilating;

[PERMITIES, PERMITIEI] : N destruction, annihilation;

[PERMITTO PERMISSI PERMISSUM] : to allow, permit, let.

[PERMITTO, PERMITTERE, PERMISI, PERMISSUS] : V let through; let go through; relinquish; permit, allow; entrust; hurl;

[PERMITTO] : permissi ; permissum ; to allow, permit, let.

[PERMODESTUS, PERMODESTA, PERMODESTUM] : ADJ very modest, very moderate;

[PERMOLESTE] : ADV with much difficulty;

[PERMOLESTUS, PERMOLESTA, PERMOLESTUM] : ADJ very troublesome;

[PERMOVEO, PERMOVERE, PERMOVI, PERMOTUS] : V stir up; move deeply; influence; agitate;

[PERMOVEO] : to excite, agitate, stir up, move.

[PERMULCEO, PERMULCERE, PERMULSI, PERMULSUS] : V rub gently, stroke, touch gently; charm, please, beguile; soothe, alleviate;

[PERMULTUS, PERMULTA, PERMULTUM] : ADJ very much; very many (pl.);

[PERMUNIO, PERMUNIRE, PERMUNIVI, PERMUNITUS] : V fortify thoroughly, make very secure; finish constructing fortifications;

[PERMUTATIO, PERMUTATIONIS] : N change, exchange;

[PERMUTO, PERMUTARE, PERMUTAVI, PERMUTATUS] : V exchange (for); swap;

[PERNA, PERNAE] : N ham;

[PERNECESSARIUS, PERNECESSARIA, PERNECESSARIUM] : ADJ very necessary; very intimate;

[PERNICIES, PERNICIEI] : N ruin; disaster; pest, bane; curse; destruction, calamity; mischief;

[PERNICIOSUS, PERNICIOSA, PERNICIOSUM] : ADJ destructive, dangerous, pernicious;

[PERNICIOSUS] : pernicious, destructive.

[PERNICITAS, PERNICITATIS] : N speed, agility;

[PERNIX, (GEN.), PERNICIS] : ADJ persistent, preserving; nimble, brisk, active, agile, quick, swift, fleet;

[PERNOCTO, PERNOCTARE, PERNOCTAVI, PERNOCTATUS] : V spend the night;

[PERNOSCO, PERNOSCERE, PERNOVI, PERNOTUS] : V get a thorough knowledge of;

[PERNOX, (GEN.), PERNOCTIS] : ADJ lasting all night;

[PERO, PERONIS] : N thick boot of raw hide;

[PEROBSCURUS, PEROBSCURA, PEROBSCURUM] : ADJ very obscure, very vague;

[PERODIOSUS, PERODIOSA, PERODIOSUM] : ADJ very troublesome;

[PERONATUS, PERONATA, PERONATUM] : ADJ wearing leather boots;

[PEROPPORTUNUS, PEROPPORTUNA, PEROPPORTUNUM] : ADJ very favorably situated, very convenient;

[PEROPTATO] : ADV just as one would wish;

[PERORNATUS, PERORNATA, PERORNATUM] : ADJ very ornate;

[PERORNO] : to greatly adorn.

[PERORO, PERORARE, PERORAVI, PERORATUS] : V deliver the final part of a speech, conclude;

[PERORO] : to speak from beginning to end.

[PEROSUS] : hateful.

[PERPACO, PERPACARE, PERPACAVI, PERPACATUS] : V subdue completely;

[PERPARVULUS, PERPARVULA, PERPARVULUM] : ADJ very little;

[PERPARVUS, PERPARVA, PERPARVUM] : ADJ very little, very trifling;

[PERPAUCULUS, PERPAUCULA, PERPAUCULUM] : ADJ very few (pl.);

[PERPAUCUM, PERPAUCI] : N very few (pl.), very little;

[PERPAUCUS, PERPAUCA, PERPAUCUM] : ADJ very few (pl.); select;

[PERPAULLUM, PERPAULLI] : N very little;

[PERPAULUM, PERPAULI] : N very little;

[PERPELLO, PERPELLERE, PERPULI, PERPULSUS] : V compel, constrain, prevail upon; enforce;

[PERPENDICULUM, PERPENDICULI] : N plummet; plumbline; (ad perpendiculum => perpendicularly);

[PERPENDO, PERPENDERE, PERPENDI, PERPENSUS] : V weigh carefully; assess carefully;

[PERPENDO] : to weigh carefully.

[PERPERAM] : ADV wrongly, incorrectly;

[PERPERAM] : wrongly, falsely.

[PERPES, (GEN.), PERPETIS] : ADJ continuous, lasting, unbroken in time, perpetual, neverending; whole period;

[PERPES] : never-ending.

[PERPETIOR, PERPETI, -, PERPESSUS SUM] : V endure to the full;

[PERPETIOR] : to endure.

[PERPETRO, PERPETRARE, PERPETRAVI, PERPETRATUS] : V carry through, accomplish;

[PERPETRO] : to complete, accomplish, perform.

[PERPETUITAS, PERPETUITATIS] : N continuity; permanence;

[PERPETUO] : ADV without interruption; constantly; forever; continually; perpetual;

[PERPETUUS, PERPETUA, PERPETUUM] : ADJ continuous, uninterpreted; whole; perpetual, lasting; everlasting;

[PERPETUUS] : perpetual, lasting, continuous, uninterrupted.

[PERPETUUS] : unbroken.

[PERPLEXOR, PERPLEXARI, -, PERPLEXATUS SUM] : V to perplex;

[PERPLEXUS, PERPLEXA, PERPLEXUM] : ADJ entangled, muddled; intricate, cryptic;

[PERPLICATUS, PERPLICATA, PERPLICATUM] : ADJ entangled, involved;

[PERPOLIO, PERPOLIRE, PERPOLIVI, PERPOLITUS] : V polish thoroughly; put the finishing touches to;

[PERPOPULOR, PERPOPULARI, -, PERPOPULATUS SUM] : V ravage, devastate completely;

[PERPOTO, PERPOTARE, PERPOTAVI, PERPOTATUS] : V drink heavily; drink up;

[PERPRIMO, PERPRIMERE, PERPRESSI, PERPRESSUS] : V to press hard;

[PERPROPINQUUS, PERPROPINQUI] : N relative;

[PERPROPINQUUS, PERPROPINQUA, PERPROPINQUUM] : ADJ very near;

[PERPUSILLUS, PERPUSILLA, PERPUSILLUM] : ADJ very small;

[PERQUAM] : ADV extremely;

[PERQUIRO, PERQUIRERE, PERQUISIVI, PERQUISITUS] : V search everywhere for;

[PERQUIRO] : to make a diligent search for, examine.

[PERRARUS, PERRARA, PERRARUM] : ADJ very rare, exceptional;

[PERRECONDITUS, PERRECONDITA, PERRECONDITUM] : ADJ very abstruse;

[PERREPTO, PERREPTARE, PERREPTAVI, PERREPTATUS] : V to crawl through, crawl about;

[PERRIDICULE] : ADV very laughably;

[PERRIDICULUS, PERRIDICULA, PERRIDICULUM] : ADJ very laughable;

[PERRUMPO, PERRUMPERE, PERRUPI, PERRUPTUS] : V break through;

[PERSA, PERSAE] : N persian, native of persia; (sometimes for parthian] : persian breed os dog;

[PERSAEPE] : ADV very often;

[PERSALSE] : ADV very witty;

[PERSALSUS, PERSALSA, PERSALSUM] : ADJ very witty;

[PERSALUTATIO, PERSALUTATIONIS] : N general greeting;

[PERSCIENTER] : ADV very discreetly;

[PERSCITUS, PERSCITA, PERSCITUM] : ADJ very clever;

[PERSCRIBO, PERSCRIBERE, PERSCRIPSI, PERSCRIPTUS] : V report; write out in full; finish writing, write a detailed record;

[PERSCRIBO] : to write out, write down, place on record.

[PERSCRUTOR, PERSCRUTARI, -, PERSCRUTATUS SUM] : V search/look though; search high and low; study/investigate carefully;

[PERSCRUTOR] : to search through, examine.

[PERSECO] : to cut through, dissect, cut away.

[PERSECTOR, PERSECTARI, -, PERSECTATUS SUM] : V pursue/follow closely/eagerly; follow up; investigate (a question);

[PERSECUTIO, PERSECUTIONIS] : N chase/pursuit; carrying through, completion; action/right of suing, suit;

[PERSECUTIO, PERSECUTIONIS] : N persecution (esp. of christians); suffering (bee);

[PERSECUTOR, PERSECUTORIS] : N persecutor; (of christians); prosecutor, plaintiff;

[PERSENTIO] : to feel deeply.

[PERSENTISCO, PERSENTISCERE,] : V to begin to perceive distinctly or feel deeply;

[PERSEQUOR PERSEQUIPERSECUTUS] : to follow, pursue, take revenge.

[PERSEQUOR, PERSEQUI, -, PERSECUTUS SUM] : V follow up, pursue; overtake; attack; take vengeance on; accomplish;

[PERSEQUOR] : to persecute, hunt down, track, trail.

[PERSES, PERSAE] : N persian, native of persia; (sometimes for parthian] : persian breed os dog;

[PERSEVERANSUS, PERSEVERANTA -UM, PERSEVERANTIOR -OR -US, PERSEVERANTISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ steadfast, persistent, untiring; continually maintained, persistent (activity);

[PERSEVERANTER, PERSEVERANTIUS, PERSEVERANTISSIME] : ADV steadfastly, persistently; with continued action;

[PERSEVERANTIA, PERSEVERANTIAE] : N steadfastness; persistence (affliction); continued existence;

[PERSEVERANTIA] : perseverence, persistence.

[PERSEVERANTIA] : steadfastness.

[PERSEVERO, PERSEVERARE, PERSEVERAVI, PERSEVERATUS] : V persist, persevere; continue;

[PERSEVERO] : to persist, persevere, continue.

[PERSEVERO] : to to abide by strictly, continue steadfastly, continue.

[PERSEVERUS, PERSEVERA, PERSEVERUM] : ADJ very strict;

[PERSISTO] : to persist, persevere.

[PERSOLVO, PERSOLVERE, PERSOLVI, PERSOLUTUS] : V pay;

[PERSOLVO] : to render, discharge.

[PERSOLVO] : to unloose, explain, expound / pay off a debt, pay.

[PERSOLVO] : to unloose, explain, expound/ pay off a debt, pay.

[PERSONA NON GRATA ] : PHRASE a non-desirable person

[PERSONA, PERSONAE] : N mask; character; personality;

[PERSONA] : actor's mask, part, role/ character, personality.

[PERSONA] : actor's mask, part, role / character, personality.

[PERSONACIA HERBA] : burdock p.299

[PERSONALIS, PERSONALIS, PERSONALE] : ADJ personal; of/relating to an individual;

[PERSONAM GERO] : to act a part.

[PERSONATUS, PERSONATA, PERSONATUM] : ADJ masked;

[PERSONO, PERSONARE, PERSONAVI, PERSONATUS] : V make loud/continuous/pervasive noise/loud music; ring/resound; chant/shout out;

[PERSONO, PERSONARE, PERSONUI, PERSONITUS] : V make loud/continuous/pervasive noise/loud music; ring/resound; chant/shout out;

[persons] careful, cautious/

[persons] careful, cautious /

[PERSPERGO, PERSPERGERE,] : V to sprinkle, moisten;

[PERSPICACE] : ADV watchfully; observantly;

[PERSPICAX, PERSPICACIS (GEN.), PERSPICACIOR -OR -US, PERSPICACISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ observant, attentive to what is going on; having keen/penetrating sight/vision;

[PERSPICAX] : penetrating.

[PERSPICIBILIS, PERSPICIBILIS, PERSPICIBILE] : ADJ clearly visible;

[PERSPICIO, PERSPICERE, PERSPEXI, PERSPECTUS] : V see through; examine; observe;

[PERSPICUE] : ADV clearly, evidently;

[PERSPICUUS, PERSPICUA, PERSPICUUM] : ADJ transparent, clear; evident;

[PERSPICUUS] : clear.

[PERSPICUUS] : transparent, bright, clear, evident.

[PERSTO, PERSTARE, PERSTITI, PERSTATUS] : V stand firm; last, endure; persevere, persist in;

[PERSTO] : to persist, remain firm.

[PERSTRINGO, PERSTRINGERE, PERSTRINXI, PERSTRICTUS] : V graze, graze against; make tight all over; offend, make unfavorable mention;

[PERSTRUO] : to construct.

[PERSTUDIOSE] : ADV very eagerly;

[PERSTUDIOSUS, PERSTUDIOSA, PERSTUDIOSUM] : ADJ very eager;

[PERSUADEO PERSUASIPERSUASUM] : (+ dat.) to persuade.

[PERSUADEO, PERSUADERE, PERSUASI, PERSUASUS] : V persuade, convince (with dat.);

[PERSUASIBILIS, PERSUASIBILIS, PERSUASIBILE] : ADJ persuasive, convincing;

[PERSUASIBILITER] : ADV persuasively, convincingly;

[PERSULTO, PERSULTARE, PERSULTAVI, PERSULTATUS] : V leap or skip or prance about, range (over), scour;

[PERTAEDET, PERTAEDERE, PERTAEDIT] : V it wearies; it disgusts; it bores;

[PERTEMPTO, PERTEMPTARE, PERTEMPTAVI, PERTEMPTATUS] : V test, try out; explore thoroughly; agitate thoroughly;

[PERTENDO, PERTENDERE, PERTENDI, PERTENSUS] : V persevere, persist; press on;

[PERTENTO, PERTENTARE, PERTENTAVI, PERTENTATUS] : V test, try out; explore thoroughly; agitate thoroughly;

[PERTERREFACIO, PERTERREFACERE, PERTERREFECI, PERTERREFACTUS] : V make extremely frightened; terrify thoroughly;

[PERTERREFACTUS, PERTERREFACTA, PERTERREFACTUM] : ADJ terribly/extremely frightened, thoroughly terrified;;

[PERTERREO, PERTERRERE, PERTERRUI, PERTERRITUS] : V frighten greatly, terrify;

[PERTERREO] : to terrify.

[PERTERRICREPUS, PERTERRICREPA, PERTERRICREPUM] : ADJ making/characterized by terrifying crashing/clattering sound; rattling terribly;

[PERTERRITO, PERTERRITARE, PERTERRITAVI, PERTERRITATUS] : V frighten throughly/greatly, terrify;

[PERTERRITUS, PERTERRITA, PERTERRITUM] : ADJ very frightened, thoroughly frightened; completely terrified;

[PERTICA, PERTICAE] : N pole, long staff; measuring rod; perch;

[PERTIMESCO, PERTIMESCERE, PERTIMUI] : V become very scared (of );

[PERTIMESCO] : to become very much afraid.

[PERTINACIA, PERTINACIAE] : N determination/perseverance; persistence; obstinacy, stubbornness, defiance;

[PERTINACIA] : firmness, obstinacy, stubborness.

[PERTINACITER] : ADV tenaciously; obstinately, stubbornly, determinedly; through thick and thin;

[PERTINACITER] : stubbornly, obstinately.

[PERTINAX, (GEN.), PERTINACIS] : ADJ persevering, obstinate; pertinacious;

[PERTINAX] : persistent, firm, mean, stubborn, obstinate

[PERTINAX] : persistent, firm, mean, stubborn, obstinate.

[PERTINEO, PERTINERE, PERTINUI, PERTENTUS] : V reach; extend; relate to; concerns, pertain to;

[PERTINEO] : to pertain to, relate to, concern.

[PERTINGO, PERTINGERE,] : V reach, get as far as; extend (in a direction); concern, affect;

[PERTINGO] : to stretch out, extend.

[PERTITO] : ADV in x divisions (only with numerical prefix), in x parts/catagories;

[PERTITUS, PERTITA, PERTITUM] : ADJ divided in x parts (only with numerical prefix), divisable by x, x-fold;

[PERTORQUEO] : to twist, distort.

[PERTRACTATIO, PERTRACTATIONIS] : N thorough handling, detailed treatment;

[PERTRAHO, PERTRAHERE, PERTRAXI, PERTRACTUS] : V draw or drag through or to, bring or conduct forcibly to; draw on, lure;

[PERTRAHO] : to drag, forcibly conduct, entice, allure.

[PERTRANSEO, PERTRANSIRE, PERTRANSIVI(II), PERTRANSITUS] : V pass right through; go/pass by (l+s); pass away; cross (bee);

[PERTRICOSUS, PERTRICOSA, PERTRICOSUM] : ADJ very confused; very strange; completely taken up with trifles;

[PERTUNDO, PERTUNDERE, PERTUDI, PERTUSUS] : V bore through, perforate;

[PERTURBATIO, PERTURBATIONIS] : N disturbance; commotion;

[PERTURBATIO] : passion.

[PERTURBO, PERTURBARE, PERTURBAVI, PERTURBATUS] : V confuse, throw into confusion; disturb, perturb, trouble; alarm;

[PERTURBO] : to disturb, trouble, perturb, disrupt.

[PERURBANUS, PERURBANA, PERURBANUM] : ADJ very polite or witty; oversophisticated;

[PERURO PERUSSI PERUSTUM] : to burn up, consume / inflame, gall, chafe.

[PERURO PERUSSI PERUSTUM] : to burn up, consume/ inflame, gall, chafe.

[PERURO, PERURERE, PERUSSI, PERUSUS] : V burn up; fire; scorch; make sore;

[PERURO] : to burn up.

[PERVADO, PERVADERE, PERVASI, PERVASUS] : V go or come through; spread through; penetrate; pervade;

[PERVAGOR, PERVAGARI, -, PERVAGATUS SUM] : V wander or range through, rove about; pervade, spread widely; extend;

[PERVAGUS, PERVAGA, PERVAGUM] : ADJ wandering everywhere;

[PERVASTO, PERVASTARE, PERVASTAVI, PERVASTATUS] : V devastate completely;

[PERVEHO, PERVEHERE, PERVEXI, PERVECTUS] : V bear, carry or convey through; pervehi, pass to sail to, ride to;

[PERVENIO, PERVENIRE, PERVENI, PERVENTUS] : V come to; reach; arrive;

[PERVENIO] : (+ acc.) to reach, attain, reach, be passed to.

[PERVENIO] : to come to.

[PERVERSA] : corrupt, awry.

[PERVERSUS, PERVERSA, PERVERSUM] : ADJ askew, awry; perverse, evil, bad;

[PERVERTO PERVERTI PERVERSUM] : to turn upside down, overturn, overthrow.

[PERVERTO, PERVERTERE, PERVERTI, PERVERSUS] : V overthrow; subvert; destroy, ruin, corrupt;

[PERVERTO] : to turn upside down, overturn, overthrow.

[PERVESPERI] : ADV very late in the evening;

[PERVESTIGO, PERVESTIGARE, PERVESTIGAVI, PERVESTIGATUS] : V make a thorough search of; explore fully;

[PERVETUS, (GEN.), PERVETERIS] : ADJ very old; most ancient;

[PERVICACIA, PERVICACIAE] : N stubbornness, obstinacy, firmness, steadiness;

[PERVICAX, (GEN.), PERVICACIS] : ADJ stubborn, obstinate; firm, steadfast;

[PERVICAX] : determined.

[PERVIDEO PERVIDI PERVISUM] : to look over, survey, inspect, discern.

[PERVIDEO, PERVIDERE, PERVIDI, PERVISUS] : V take in with the eyes or mind;

[PERVIDEO] : to look over, survey, inspect, discern.

[PERVIGIL, (GEN.), PERVIGILIS] : ADJ keeping watch or sleepless all night long; always watchful;

[PERVIGIL] : ever-watchful.

[PERVIGILO, PERVIGILARE, PERVIGILAVI, PERVIGILATUS] : V remain awake all night; keep watch all night; keep a religious vigil;

[PERVINCO, PERVINCERE, PERVICI, PERVICTUS] : V conquer completely; carry (a proposal), gain an objective, persuade;

[PERVIUM] : thoroughfare.

[PERVIUS, PERVIA, PERVIUM] : ADJ passable, traversable; penetrable;

[PERVOLO, PERVOLARE, PERVOLAVI, PERVOLATUS] : V fly or flit through; wing one's way; move rapidly through the air;

[PERVULGO, PERVULGARE, PERVULGAVI, PERVULGATUS] : V make publicly known, spread abroad;

[PES PEDIS] : foot.

[PES, PEDIS] : N foot; (pedem referre => to retreat);

[PESSARIUM] : pessary p.301

[PESSIMO, PESSIMARE, PESSIMAVI, PESSIMATUS] : V ruin, debase; spoil completely, make utterly bad; harm, injure, bring calamity;

[PESSIMUS INIMICORUM GENUS, LAUDANTES. ] : PHRASE The worst kind of enemies, those who can praise.

[PESSIMUS] : worst (see malus).

[PESSIMUS] : worst (see malus)

[PESSULUM] : pessary p.301

[PESSULUS, PESSULI] : N bolt;

[PESSUM DARE] : to destroy, ruin, wreck

[PESSUM DARE] : to destroy, ruin, wreck.

[PESSUM IRE] : to sink, be ruined, destroyed, be put to an end.

[PESSUM] : ADV to the lowest part, to the bottom, (~ dare => destroy, ruin);

[PESSUM] : pessary p.301

[PESSUM] : to the ground, to the bottom, downward.

[PESSUMDO, PESSUMDARE, PESSUMDEDI, POSSUMDATUS] : V destroy, ruin; sink, send to the bottom; put an end to; do away with, remove;

[PESSUNDO, PESSUNDARE, PESSUNDEDI, POSSUNDATUS] : V destroy, ruin; sink, send to the bottom; put an end to; do away with, remove;

[PESTIFER, PESTIFERA, PESTIFERUM] : ADJ pestilential; destructive;

[PESTIFER] : baleful, destructive, mischievous person.

[PESTIFER] : pestilential, injurious, damaging, plaguey,

[PESTIFER] : pestilential, injurious, damaging, plaguey,.

[PESTIFERE] : destructively, injurously.

[PESTILENCIA] : pestilence, plague.

[PESTILENCIA] : pestilence, plague

[PESTILENS, (GEN.), PESTILENTIS] : ADJ pestilential, unhealthy, unwholesome; destructive;

[PESTILENS] : unhealthy, morbid, noxious, malignant.

[PESTILENTIA, PESTILENTIAE] : N plague; pestilence; fever;

[PESTIS PESTIS] : plague, epidemic, pestilence / destruction, curse.

[PESTIS PESTIS] : plague, epidemic, pestilence/ destruction, curse.

[PESTIS, PESTIS] : N plague, pestilence, curse, destruction;

[PESTIS] : destruction, pestilence, curse.

[PETASATUS, PETASATA, PETASATUM] : ADJ wearing the petasus; (hence equipped for a journey);

[PETASIO, PETASIONIS] : N forequarter/shoulder of pork;

[PETASO, PETASONIS] : N forequarter/shoulder of pork;

[PETAURUM, PETAURI] : N springboard;

[PETESSO, PETESSERE,] : V to long for, strive after;

[PETISSO, PETISSERE,] : V to long for, strive after;

[PETITIO, PETITIONIS] : N candidacy; petition;

[PETITOR, PETITORIS] : N seeker striver after, applicant, candidate, claimant, plaintiff;

[PETITURIO, PETITURIRE,] : V to desire to stand for election;

[PETITUS] : inclining toward

[PETITUS] : inclining toward.

[PETO, PETERE, PETIVI, PETITUS] : V attack; aim at; desire; beg, entreat, ask (for); reach towards, make for;

[PETO] : to ask for, beg, request, demand / to sue for.

[PETO] : to ask for, beg, request, demand/ to sue for.

[PETO] : to make for, seek out, relate to.

[PETO] : to make for, go to, seek, strive after.

[PETORITUM, PETORITI] : N an open four-wheeled carriage;

[PETORRITUM, PETORRITI] : N an open four-wheeled carriage;

[PETRA, PETRAE] : N rock, boulder; shaped stone as used in building;

[PETRO, PETRONIS] : N young/breeding ram; a rustic, dolt, rube, bumpkin;

[PETROCOPOS] : saxifrage p.301

[PETROSELINUM] : = petrosilinon p.301

[PETROSELINUS] : = petroselinum p.301

[PETROSILINON] : = petrolselinon p.301

[PETROSUS] : rocky.

[PETRUS, PETRI] : N peter;

[PETULANS, (GEN.), PETULANTIS] : ADJ smart-alecky; forward; impudent; reprobate;

[PETULANS] : wanton.

[PETULANTIA, PETULANTIAE] : N impudent or boisterous aggressiveness; wantonness, immodesty;

[PETULCUS, PETULCA, PETULCUM] : ADJ butting;

[PEVELA] : Pevele, near Cisoing.

[PEXATUS, PEXATA, PEXATUM] : ADJ wearing a garment with the nap on;

[PHACOPTISANA] : decoction of lentils and barley p.301

[PHAEDO, PHAEDONIS] : N phaedo (disciple of socrates, friend of plato, founder of school at elis);

[PHAEDON, PHAEDONIS] : N phaedo (disciple of socrates, friend of plato, founder of school at elis);

[PHAEDRUS, PHAEDRI] : N phaedo (pupil of socrates); phaedrus (freeman of augustus and latin fabulist);

[PHAEOS] : an eye salve p.302

[PHALA, PHALAE] : N wooden tower or pillar;

[PHALANGA, PHALANGAE] : N roller to move ships/military engines; carrying pole; cut length of wood/rod;

[PHALANGITA, PHALANGITAE] : N soldiers (pl.) belonging to a phalanx;

[PHALANGULA] : small host.

[PHALANX, PHALANGIS] : N phalanx, compact body of heavy infantry; battalion; men in battle formation;

[PHALANX] : host, band of warriors.

[PHALARICA, PHALARICAE] : N heavy missile (orig. by siege tower catapult w/tow+pitch+fire); like hand spear;

[PHALERA, PHALERAE] : N ornaments (pl.) worn by men of arms and horses;

[PHALERAE] : trapping for foreheads and breasts of horses, ornaments.

[PHALERATUS, PHALERATA, PHALERATUM] : ADJ wearing phalerae;

[PHALERATUS] : bridled, harnessed, bearing arms.

[PHANTASIA, PHANTASIAE] : N fancy, imagined situation; mental image (latham); imagination; phenomenon (def);

[PHANTASIA, PHANTASIAE] : N phase; (of the moon);

[PHANTASIO, PHANTASIARE, PHANTASIAVI, PHANTASIATUS] : V imagine, fancy;

[PHANTASIOR, PHANTASIARI, -, PHANTASIATUS SUM] : V imagine, fancy;

[PHANTASMA, PHANTASMATIS] : N ghost; phantom; spirit;

[PHANTASMATICUS, PHANTASMATICA, PHANTASMATICUM] : ADJ imaginary;

[PHARAO, PHARAONIS] : N pharaoh, title of king of egypt;

[PHARETRA, PHARETRAE] : N quiver;

[PHARETRA] : a quiver.

[PHARETRATUS, PHARETRATA, PHARETRATUM] : ADJ wearing a quiver;

[PHARETRAUS, PHARETRAA, PHARETRAUM] : ADJ wearing a quiver;

[PHARMACEUTICUS] : concerning drugs p.302

[PHARMACEUTRIA, PHARMACEUTRIAE] : N sorceress;

[PHARMACEUTRIA] : sorceress p.302

[PHARMACODES] : medicinal p.302

[PHARMACOPOLA, PHARMACOPOLAE] : N drug-seller; quack;

[PHARMACUM] : poison; medicine, drug p.302

[PHASE, UNDECLINED] : N passover; jewish feast; paschal lamb/sacrifice at the passover;

[PHASELARIA] : -orum, (neut. pl.) perserved beans p.302

[PHASELUS, PHASELI] : N kidney-bean; light ship;

[PHASELUS] : -i, (masc.) (or fem.) kidney bean

[PHASIANA] : -ae, (fem.) pheasant (hen)

[PHASIANUS] : -i, (masc.) pheasant (cock)

[PHASMA PHASMATIS] : ghost, spirit, specter.

[PHASMA, PHASMATIS] : N ghost, specter;

[PHEGUS] : ;

[PHIALA, PHIALAE] : N drinking vessel; a bowl, saucer;

[PHILARGYRIA, PHILARGYRIAE] : N love of money; (erasmus);

[PHILARGYRON] : ADJ fond of money;

[PHILARGYROS, PHILARGYROS] : ADJ fond of money;

[PHILIPPUS, PHILIPPI] : N philip (name of several macedonian kings) (philip ii, father of alexander);

[PHILIPPUS, PHILIPPI] : N philippi (pl.) (town in eastern macedonia where octavius defeated brutus);

[PHILOLOGIA, PHILOLOGIAE] : N love of learning, study of literature;

[PHILOLOGUS, PHILOLOGI] : N scholar;

[PHILOLOGUS, PHILOLOGA, PHILOLOGUM] : ADJ learned, literary;

[PHILOLOGUS] : scholar, learned man/ adj. learned, literary.

[PHILOLOGUS] : scholar, learned man / adj. learned, literary.

[PHILOMELA, PHILOMELAE] : N nightingale;

[PHILOSOPHIA, PHILOSOPHIAE] : N philosophy, love of wisdom;

[PHILOSOPHICE] : ADV philosophically;

[PHILOSOPHICUS, PHILOSOPHICA, PHILOSOPHICUM] : ADJ philosophical, philosophic; of/concerning philosophy;

[PHILOSOPHOR, PHILOSOPHARI, -, PHILOSOPHATUS SUM] : V philosophize;

[PHILOSOPHUS, PHILOSOPHI] : N philosopher;

[PHILTRUM, PHILTRI] : N love-potion;

[PHILYRA, PHILYRAE] : N linden-tree, lime-tree;

[PHIMUS, PHIMI] : N dice box;

[PHITONICUM] : Herimann p. 275.

[PHLOGINOS, PHLOGINI] : N flame-colored gem (otherwise unknown);

[PHOCA, PHOCAE] : N seal; (marine mammal);

[PHOEBUS] : sun.

[PHOENICA, PHOENICAE] : N phoenicia; (coastal region of syria);

[PHOENICE, PHOENICES] : N phoenicia; (coast region of syria); wild grass; rye grass/lolium perenne?;

[PHOENICEUS] : date palm

[PHOENICOPTERUS, PHOENICOPTERI] : N flamingo;

[PHOENIX, PHOENICIS] : N phoenix, a fabulous bird of arabia;

[PHONASCUS, PHONASCI] : N teacher of singing/music or elocution;

[PHRENESIS, PHRENESIS] : N madness, frenzy;

[PHRENETICUS, PHRENETICA, PHRENETICUM] : ADJ mad, frantic;

[PHRYGIA, PHRYGIAE] : N phrygia, country comprising center and west of asia minor; troy (poetical);

[PHRYGIUS, PHRYGIA, PHRYGIUM] : ADJ phrygian, of phyrigia (center and west of asia minor); trojan;

[PHTHISIS, PHTHISIS] : N consumption;

[PHTHISIS] : consumption, tuberculosus.

[PHU] : ;

[PHY] : INTERJ pish! tush!;

[PHYLACTERIUM, PHYLACTERII] : N amulet; phylactery, scripture text in box on forehead of jews; gladiator medal;

[PHYLACTERIUM] : amulet.

[PHYLARCHES, PHYLARCHAE] : N head of a tribe/phyle (greek), magistrate; emir; army/cavelry commander;

[PHYLARCHUS, PHYLARCHI] : N head of a tribe/phyle (greek), magistrate; emir; army/cavelry commander;

[PHYSICE] : ADJ pertaining/relating to physics/natural science/physical nature; natural, inborn;

[PHYSICE] : ADV from the scientific/natural science point of view;

[PHYSICON] : ADJ pertaining/relating to physics/natural science/physical nature; natural, inborn;

[PHYSICOS, PHYSIC] : ADJ pertaining/relating to physics/natural science/physical nature; natural, inborn;

[PHYSICULO, PHYSICULARE, PHYSICULAVI, PHYSICULATUS] : V prophsey, foresee, devine;

[PHYSICUM, PHYSICI] : N physics (pl.), natural science;

[PHYSICUS, PHYSICA, PHYSICUM] : ADJ pertaining/relating to physics/natural science/physical nature; natural, inborn;

[PHYSICUS, PHYSICI] : N physicist, natural philosopher; natural scientist;

[PHYSIOGNOMON, PHYSIOGNOMONIS] : N physiognomist;

[PHYSIOLOGIA, PHYSIOLOGIAE] : N natural science;

[PHYSIOLOGUS] : a natural science.

[PIA PIUM] : honest, godly, holy, pious, dutiful, patriotic.

[PIACULARIS, PIACULARIS, PIACULARE] : ADJ atoning, expiatory;

[PIACULUM, PIACULI] : N sin; crime;

[PIACULUM, PIACULI] : N expiatory offering or rite; sin;

[PIACULUM] : a victim, sacrifice, atonement, punishment / a sin, crime.

[PIACULUM] : a victim, sacrifice, atonement, punishment/ a sin, crime.

[PIACULUM] : sin.

[PIAMEN, PIAMINIS] : N atonement;

[PICA, PICAE] : N magpie; jay;

[PICA] : jay, magpie.

[PICARIA, PICARIAE] : N place where pitch is made;

[PICEA, PICEAE] : N spruce;

[PICEA] : the spruce tree

[PICEA] : the spruce tree.

[PICEUS, PICEA, PICEUM] : ADJ pitch black;

[PICO, PICARE, PICAVI, PICATUS] : V to smear with pitch;

[PICTOR, PICTORIS] : N painter;

[PICTOR] : painter

[PICTOR] : painter.

[PICTURA, PICTURAE] : N painting, picture;

[PICTURATUS, PICTURATA, PICTURATUM] : ADJ decorated with color;

[PICTURATUS] : painted / of cloth, embroidered.

[PICTURATUS] : painted/ of cloth, embroidered.

[PICTUS, PICTA, PICTUM] : ADJ decorated, embroidered;

[PICUS, PICI] : N woodpecker;

[PICUS] : woodpecker.

[PIETAS, PIETATIS] : N responsibility, sense of duty; loyalty; tenderness, goodness; pity; piety (bee);

[PIETAS] : compassion, dutifulness, kindness.

[PIETAS] : dutifulness, dutiful comduct, piety, devotion, kindness.

[PIETAS] : dutifulness, dutiful conduct, piety, devotion, kindness.

[PIGER PIGRA PIGRUM] : lazy, slow, dull.

[PIGER, PIGRA, PIGRUM] : ADJ lazy, slow, dull;

[PIGET, PIGERE, PIGIT] : V it disgusts, irks, pains, chagrins, afflicts, grieves;

[PIGMENTARIUS, PIGMENTARIA, PIGMENTARIUM] : ADJ seller of paints and unguents;

[PIGMENTUM, PIGMENTI] : N coloring/dye/pigment/tint/paint; ingredient; drug; sauce (bee); (wine w/)spices;

[PIGNERO, PIGNERARE, PIGNERAVI, PIGNERATUS] : V pledge, pawn, give a pledge; bind/engage; guarantee/assure;

[PIGNEROR, PIGNERARI, -, PIGNERATUS SUM] : V appropriate; assert one's claim to; make certain, assure; guarantee, pledge;

[PIGNORO, PIGNORARE, PIGNORAVI, PIGNORATUS] : V pledge, pawn, give a pledge; bind/engage; guarantee/assure;

[PIGNOROR, PIGNORARI, -, PIGNORATUS SUM] : V appropriate; assert one's claim to; make certain, assure; guarantee, pledge;

[PIGNUS, PIGNORIS] : N pledge (security for debt), hostage, mortgage; bet, stake; symbol; relict;

[PIGNUS] : gage, collateral, surety, pawn.

[PIGNUS] : pawn, pledge, token, (in pl.) persons in pledges of

[PIGO, PIGERE, PIGI] : V be weakened (douay);

[PIGREDO, PIGREDINIS] : N slothfulness, indolence;

[PIGRITIA, PIGRITIAE] : N sloth, sluggishness, laziness, indolence;

[PIGRITIES, PIGRITIEI] : N sloth, sluggishness, laziness, indolence;

[PIGRO, PIGRARE, PIGRAVI, PIGRATUS] : V hesitate; hang back;

[PIGROR, PIGRARI, -, PIGRATUS SUM] : V hesitate; hang back;

[PIGROR, PIGRORIS] : N sluggishness; hesitation;

[PILA, PILAE] : N ball (for play/made of cloth for inciting animals/decorative); sphere;

[PILA, PILAE] : N mortar, vessel in which things are pounded;

[PILA, PILAE] : N squared pillar; pier, pile; low pillar monument; funerary monument w/cavity;

[PILANUS, PILANI] : N soldier of the third rank;

[PILATUS, PILATI] : N pilatus, roman cognomen; pontius pilatus (pilate), prefect of judaea, 26-36 a;

[PILENTUM, PILENTI] : N luxurious carriage used by women;

[PILEUM, PILEI] : N felt cap (worn at saturnalia/by slaves after manumission); freedom, liberty;

[PILEUS, PILEI] : N felt cap (worn at saturnalia/by slaves after manumission); freedom, liberty;

[PILLEUM, PILLEI] : N felt cap (worn at saturnalia/by slaves after manumission); freedom, liberty;

[PILLEUS, PILLEI] : N felt cap (worn at saturnalia/by slaves after manumission); freedom, liberty;

[PILO] : to shave, sut the hair.

[PILOSUS, PILOSA -UM, PILOSIOR -OR -US, PILOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ hairy, shaggy, covered with hair; uncouth;

[PILOSUS] : hairy, covered with hair.

[PILOSUS] : hairy, covered with hair

[PILUM, PILI] : N javelin, throwing spear; pike;

[PILUM, PILI] : N pestle, pounding tool; (~ graecum => mechanical pounder);

[PILUM] : heavy javelin.

[PILUM] : heavy javelin

[PILUS, PILI] : N (primipilus/primi pili centurio => first/primary/chief centurion of a legion);

[PILUS, PILI] : N hair; bit/whit (thing of minimal size/value); hair shirt/garment (pl.) (l+s);

[PILUS] : a single hair/ a trifle.

[PILUS] : a single hair / a trifle.

[PINACOTHECA, PINACOTHECAE] : N picture gallery;

[PINACOTHECE, PINACOTHECES] : N picture gallery;

[PINCERNA, PINCERNAE] : N cupbearer, butler, one who mixes drinks/serves wine; bartender; samolier;

[PINETUM, PINETI] : N pine-wood;

[PINETUM] : pine wood.

[PINEUS, PINEA, PINEUM] : ADJ of the pine, covered in pines;

[PINGO, PINGERE, PINXI, PICTUS] : V paint, draw; depict, portray;

[PINGO] : pixi ; pcitum ; to paint, embroider, draw / stain, dye / decorate.

[PINGO] : pixi ; pictum ; to paint, embroider, draw.

[PINGO] : stain, dye/ decorate.

[PINGUEDO, PINGUEDINIS] : N fat/fatness; oiliness; richness/abundance (l+s); fulness; exuberance (def);

[PINGUESCO, PINGUESCERE,] : V grow fat; become strong or fertile;

[PINGUESCO] : to grow fat, sleek.

[PINGUIDO, PINGUIDINIS] : N fat/fatness; oiliness; richness/abundance (l+s); fulness; exuberance (def);

[PINGUIS, PINGUE, PINGUIOR -OR -US, PINGUISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fat; rich, fertile; thick; dull, stupid;

[PINGUIS] : fat, oily, rich, sleek, / fertile.

[PINGUIS] : fat, oily, rich, sleek,/ fertile.

[PINGUITUDO] : fatness, rotundity.

[PINIFER, PINIFERA, PINIFERUM] : ADJ covered with/bearing/carrying/producing pine/fir trees;

[PINIGER, PINIGERA, PINIGERUM] : ADJ covered with/bearing pine/fir trees/foliage;

[PINNA, PINNAE] : N lobe (of the liver);

[PINNA, PINNAE] : N feather; wing; fin; battlement/parapet, spire/steeple; flap; water wheel paddle;

[PINNACULUM, PINNACULI] : N pinnacle, peak (of building);

[PINNACULUM, PINNACULI] : N small/little wing/feather; little fin; gable;

[PINNACULUM, PINNACULI] : N small/little/puny wing; (vulgate 4 ezra 11);

[PINNATUS, PINNATA, PINNATUM] : ADJ feathered, winged;

[PINNICULUM, PINNICULI] : N quill pen (small);

[PINNIGER, PINNIGERA, PINNIGERUM] : ADJ winged; finny;

[PINNIRAPUS, PINNIRAPI] : N crestsnatcher, i.e. a kind of gladiator;

[PINNULA, PINNULAE] : N small/little wing/feather; little fin; skirt (of garment) (souter);

[PINNULA, PINNULAE] : N small/little wing/feather; little fin;

[PINSO, PINSERE, PINSI, PINSUS] : V to stamp, pound, crush

[PINSO, PINSERE, PINSI, PISTUS] : V to stamp, pound, crush

[PINSO, PINSERE, PINSUI, PINSITUS] : V to stamp, pound, crush

[PINUS, PINI] : N pine/fir tree/wood/foliage; ship/mast/oar; pinewood torch;

[PINUS, PINUS] : N pine/fir tree/wood/foliage; ship/mast/oar; pinewood torch;

[PIO, PIARE, PIAVI, PIATUS] : V appease, propitiate; cleanse, expiate;

[PIO] : to purify with sacred rites.

[PIPER, PIPERIS] : N pepper;

[PIPER, PIPERIS] : pepper.

[PIPER] : pepper

[PIPILO, PIPILARE, PIPILAVI, PIPILATUS] : V to twitter, chirp;

[PIPIO, PIPIARE, PIPIAVI, PIPIATUS] : V chirp, pipe;

[PIPIO] : to chirp, tweet, pipe.

[PIPULUM, PIPULI] : N outcry;

[PIPULUS, PIPULI] : N outcry;

[PIRATA, PIRATAE] : N pirate;

[PIRATICUS, PIRATICA, PIRATICUM] : ADJ piratical;

[PIRUM, PIRI] : N pear;

[PIRUM] : pear.

[PIRUS, PIRI] : N pear-tree;

[PIRUS] : pear tree.

[PISCATOR, PISCATORIS] : N fisherman;

[PISCATOR] : fisherman.

[PISCATORIUS, PISCATORIA, PISCATORIUM] : ADJ of or for fishing;

[PISCES NATARE OPORTET. ] : PHRASE Fish has to swim (i.e. demands table drink).

[PISCICULUS, PISCICULI] : N little fish;

[PISCINA, PISCINAE] : N pool; fishpond; swiming pool, spa; tank, vat, basin;

[PISCINARIUS, PISCINARII] : N one fond of fish ponds;

[PISCIS PISCIS] : fish.

[PISCIS, PISCIS] : N fish;

[PISCIS] : fish.

[PISCOR, PISCARI, -, PISCATUS SUM] : V fish;

[PISCOSUS, PISCOSA, PISCOSUM] : ADJ teeming with fish;

[PISO, PISONIS] : N piso, roman cognomen; l. calpurnius piso, consul 58 bc; m. pupius piso, 61 bc;

[PISTICUS, PISTICA, PISTICUM] : ADJ pure; genuine;

[PISTILLUM, PISTILLI] : N pestle;

[PISTOR, PISTORIS] : N pounder of far (emmer wheat); miller/baker;

[PISTRINA, PISTRINAE] : N mill/bakery;

[PISTRINARIUS, PISTRINARI(I)] : N owner of a pistrium (mill/bakery);

[PISTRINENSIS, PISTRINENSIS, PISTRINENSE] : ADJ belonging to/kept in a pistrinum (mill/bakery);

[PISTRINUM, PISTRINI] : N mill/bakery; (as a place of punishment of slaves or of drudgery);

[PISTRIS, PISTRIS] : N sea monster; whale; sawfish; light oared vessel;

[PISTRIX, PISTRICIS] : N sea monster; whale; sawfish; light oared vessel;

[PISTRIX, PISTRICIS] : N pounder (female) of far (emmer wheat); miller/baker;

[PITTACIUM, PITTACII] : N small piece of cloth; label, ticket;

[PITUITA, PITUITAE] : N mucus, catarrh, phlegm; pip, disease of poultry; morbid/viscous discharge;

[PITUITOSUS, PITUITOSI] : N person suffering from catarh/rheumy/full of phlegm;

[PITUITOSUS, PITUITOSA, PITUITOSUM] : ADJ suffering from catarh, rheumy; full of phlegm;

[PIUS, PIA, PIUM] : ADJ conscientious; affectionate, tender; patriotic, dutiful, pious; holy, godly;

[PIUS] : dutiful, godly, holy, upright, kind, honest, affectionate.

[PIUS] : pious, dutiful, compassionate, respectful, gracious.

[PIX, PICIS] : N pitch, tar;

[PIXINON] : birthwort Aristochia serpentaria (L.)

[PIXIS, PIXIDOS/IS] : N small box/casket (originally boxwood) for medicine; iron heel on pestle (l+s);

[PL, UNDECLINED] : ADJ of the common people/plebians; abbr. pl. for plebei/plebis; (tr. pl.);

[pl.] dessert.

[PLACABILIS, PLACABILIS, PLACABILE] : ADJ easily appeased, placable, appeasing, pacifying;

[PLACAMEN, PLACAMINIS] : N means of appeasing;

[PLACAMENTUM, PLACAMENTI] : N means of appeasing;

[PLACATUS, PLACATA, PLACATUM] : ADJ kindly disposed; peaceful, calm;

[PLACATUS] : appeased.

[PLACEBO ] : PHRASE I shall appeal

[PLACENTA, PLACENTAE] : N a kind of flat cake;

[PLACEO, PLACERE, PLACUI, PLACITUS] : V please, satisfy, give pleasure to (with dat.);

[PLACEO] : (+ dat.) to please, be agreeble to

[PLACEO] : (+ dat.) to please, be agreeble to.

[PLACET, PLACERE, PLACIT] : V it is pleasing/satisfying, gives pleasure; is believed/settled/agreed/decided;

[PLACET] : it is agreed, it is resolved, it seems good.

[PLACIDE, PLACIDIUS, PLACIDISSIME] : ADV gently, calmly, gradually, peacefully, quietly; in a conciliatory manner;

[PLACIDE] : quitely, gently.

[PLACIDUS, PLACIDA, PLACIDUM] : ADJ gentle, calm, mild, peaceful, placid;

[PLACIDUS] : quiet, still, gentle.

[PLACITUM] : accord, agreement, pact/ assembly for judgment.

[PLACITUM] : accord, agreement, pact / assembly for judgment.

[PLACITUM] : conference, meeting, negotiation.

[PLACITUM] : judgment, case/ plea, litigation/ defense.

[PLACITUM] : judgment, case/ plea, litigation / defense.

[PLACO, PLACARE, PLACAVI, PLACATUS] : V appease; placate; reconcile;

[PLACO] : to placate, appease.

[PLAGA, PLAGAE] : N stroke, blow, stripe, cut, thrust, wound, injury, misfortune, impression;

[PLAGA, PLAGAE] : N hunting net, snare, trap; tract, region, stretch of country, quarter, zone;

[PLAGA] : a blow, stroke, wound, buffet,

[PLAGA] : a blow, stroke, wound, buffet,.

[PLAGA] : blow, buffet, slap.

[PLAGA] : district, zone, region.

[PLAGA] : district, zone, region

[PLAGA] : plague (Vulgate), affliction, scourge.

[PLAGA] : plague (Vulgate), affliction, scourge

[PLAGATUS] : wounded.

[PLAGIARIUS, PLAGIARII] : N kidnapper; a plagiarist;

[PLAGIARIUS] : kidnapper, plagiarist.

[PLAGIARIUS] : kidnapper, plagiarist

[PLAGOSUS, PLAGOSA, PLAGOSUM] : ADJ fond of flogging;

[PLAGULA, PLAGULAE] : N bed-curtain;

[PLANCTUS, PLANCTUS] : N wailing, lamentation, lament, beating of the breast; mourning;

[PLANCTUS] : wailing.

[PLANE] : ADV clearly, plainly, distinctly; completely;

[PLANE] : plainly, clearly.

[PLANES, PLANETIS] : N planet;

[PLANETA, PLANETAE] : N planet;

[PLANGO PLANXI PLANCTUM] : to strike, beat / bewail, mourn.

[PLANGO, PLANGERE, PLANXI, PLANCTUS] : V strike, beat; bewail; lament for, mourn;

[PLANGO] : planxi ; planctum ; to strike, beat/ bewail, mourn.

[PLANGO] : to beat ones breast.

[PLANGOR, PLANGORIS] : N outcry, shriek;

[PLANIPES, PLANIPEDIS] : N an actor who wore no shoes;

[PLANITIA, PLANITIAE] : N plain, plateau, a flat/plane/level surface; a plane (geometry); flatness;

[PLANITIES, PLANITIEI] : N plain, plateau, a flat/plane/level surface; a plane (geometry); flatness;

[PLANTA, PLANTAE] : N sole (of foot); (esp. as placed on ground in standing/treading); foot;

[PLANTA, PLANTAE] : N cutting, heel, young shoot detached for propagation; seedling, young plant;

[PLANTA] : plant, shoot, sprout, twig, sprig.

[PLANTAR, PLANTARIS] : N sandals (pl.); winged shoes/sandals (of mercury l+s);

[PLANTARIS, PLANTARIS, PLANTARE] : ADJ of/connected with the soles of the feet; (of mercury l+s);

[PLANTARIUM, PLANTARII] : N place for planting out cuttings/seedlings;

[PLANTARIUM, PLANTARII] : N slip, cutting (of plant); (usu. pl.); (hair); sets, young trees (l+s);

[PLANTARIUM] : nursery, nursery garden/ sole of the foot.

[PLANTATIO, PLANTATIONIS] : N propagation from cuttings; planting, transplanting (l+s); plant transplanted;

[PLANTO, PLANTARE, PLANTAVI, PLANTATUS] : V propagate from cuttings; set out, transplant (l+s); fix in place; form, make;

[PLANTO] : to set in place, make, form, shape/ plant, fix in place.

[PLANUM] : level ground.

[PLANUS, PLANA, PLANUM] : ADJ level, flat;

[PLAS] : ADV more;

[PLASMA, PLASMATIS] : N modulation of the voice (affected); image, figure, creature (l+s); fiction;

[PLASMATIO, PLASMATIONIS] : N forming, fashioning, creating; creation;

[PLASMATOR, PLASMATORIS] : N creator, fashioner, former;

[PLASMATOR] : maker.

[PLASMO, PLASMARE, PLASMAVI, PLASMATUS] : V form, mould, fashion;

[PLASMO] : to mould.

[PLASTES, PLASTAE] : N modeller, moulder, potter; creator, maker (eccl.); statuary;

[PLATALEA, PLATALEAE] : N water bird, the spoonbill;

[PLATANUS, PLATANI] : N plane-tree;

[PLATEA, PLATEAE] : N broad way, street;

[PLATEA] : street, courtyard.

[PLATO, PLATONOS/IS] : N plato; (greek philosopher 429-347 bc, disciple of socrates);

[PLAUDEO, PLAUDERE, PLAUSI, PLAUSUS] : V clap, strike (w/flat hand), pat; beat (wings); applaud; express (dis)approval;

[PLAUDO, PLAUDERE, PLAUSI, PLAUSUS] : V clap, strike (w/flat hand), pat; beat (wings); applaud; express (dis)approval;

[PLAUSIBILIS, PLAUSIBILIS, PLAUSIBILE] : ADJ worthy of applause;

[PLAUSOR, PLAUSORIS] : N applauder;

[PLAUSTRUM, PLAUSTRI] : N wagon, cart, wain; constellation of great bear/big dipper;

[PLAUSTRUM] : wagon, cart, Charles' Wain, the Big Dipper.

[PLAUSUS, PLAUSUS] : N clapping; applause;

[PLEBECULA, PLEBECULAE] : N mob, common people;

[PLEBEIUS, PLEBEIA, PLEBEIUM] : ADJ plebeian;

[PLEBEIUS] : common.

[PLEBES, PLEBEI] : N common people, commons, plebeians; folk; lower class, lower ranks, mass;

[PLEBICOLA, PLEBICOLAE] : N one who courts the favor of the people;

[PLEBISCITUM, PLEBISCITI] : N resolution of the people;

[PLEBS PLEBIS] : the common people, the masses, the crowd.

[PLEBS, PLEBIS] : N common people, commons, plebeians; folk; lower class, lower ranks, mass;

[PLEBS] : populace, lower classes, the mob.

[PLEBS] : the common people, the masses, the crowd.

[PLECTO ALIQUEM CAPITE] : * suffer capital punishment, death.

[PLECTO, PLECTERE, PLEXI, PLECTUS] : V plait, twine;

[PLECTO, PLECTERE,] : V buffet, beat; punish;

[PLECTO] : to punish.

[PLECTOR] : to be punished.

[PLECTRUM, PLECTRI] : N quill to strike the strings of a musical instrument;

[PLECTRUM] : lute.

[PLENE, PLENIUS, PLENISSIME] : ADV abundantly, fully; richly, lavishly, generously; entirely, completely; widely;

[PLENE] : (adv.) completely, wholly, fully.

[PLENITUDO, PLENITUDINIS] : N fullness, abundance of content; thickness, fullness of shape; whole/full amount;

[PLENNUS, PLENNA, PLENNUM] : ADJ drivelling, slavering, dribbling; silly, childish, idiotic;

[PLENUS, PLENA, PLENUM] : ADJ full, plump; satisfied;

[PLENUS] : filled, laden.

[PLENUS] : full, complete, full, satisfied, rich, mature, plump.

[PLERUMQUE] : ADV generally, commonly; mostly, for the most part; often, frequently;

[PLERUMQUE] : for the most part, generally, commonly, mostly.

[PLERUS, PLERA, PLERUM] : ADJ (w/que) the majority, most, very great part; about all; very many, a good many;

[PLEURICUS] : at the side, on the side, lateral.

[PLEURISIS] : pleuresy.

[PLEURITIS] : a sharp pain in the side, or on the side, pleurisy.

[PLEX, (GEN.), PLICIS] : ADJ fold (times) (multiplicative numeral); of x-parts; tuple; w/num prefix;

[PLICATO] : ADV in an x-fold manner (only with numerical prefix), x times the price;

[PLICATUS, PLICATA, PLICATUM] : ADJ multiplied by; tupled; usually with numerical prefix;

[PLICITER] : ADV in x ways (only with numerical prefix), in x parts/catagories;

[PLICO, PLICARE, PLICAVI, PLICATUS] : V multiply by x (only with numerical prefix), x-tuple; add togeter (l+s);

[PLICO, PLICARE, PLICAVI, PLICATUS] : V fold (up), bend, flex; roll up; twine/coil; wind/fold together (l+s); double up;

[PLICO, PLICARE, PLICUI, PLICITUS] : V fold (up), bend, flex; roll up; twine/coil; wind/fold together (l+s); double up;

[PLICO] : to fold.

[PLINIUS, PLINI] : N pliny; (roman gens name); (c. plinius secundus, author of natural history);

[PLINIUS, PLINIA, PLINIUM] : ADJ plinius; (roman gens); (c. plinius secundus/pliny, author of natural history);

[PLIO, PLIONIS] : N x times the amount (only with numerical prefix), x times as much;

[PLIPIO, PLIPIARE, PLIPIAVI, PLIPIATUS] : V screech; (emit the cry of the hawk);

[PLO, PLARE, PLAVI, PLATUS] : V multiply by x (only with numerical prefix), x-tuple, increase x fold;

[PLODO, PLODERE, PLOSI, PLOSUS] : V clap, strike (w/flat hand), pat; beat (wings); applaud; express (dis)approval;

[PLORABILIS] : deplorable.

[PLORABUNDUS, PLORABUNDA, PLORABUNDUM] : ADJ lamentable, causing/worthy of/accompanied by tears; doleful;

[PLORATIO] : lamentation, mourning, weeping.

[PLORATOR] : a lamenter.

[PLORATUS, PLORATUS] : N wailing, crying;

[PLORATUS] : weeping, lamenting.

[PLORO, PLORARE, PLORAVI, PLORATUS] : V cry over, cry aloud; lament, weep; deplore;

[PLORO] : to lamen, weep, weep over.

[PLOSTELLUM, PLOSTELLI] : N little wagon;

[PLOSTRUM, PLOSTRI] : N wagon, cart, wain; constellation of great bear/big dipper;

[PLUIT, PLUERE, PLUIT] : V it rains;

[PLUIT] : pluvit ; it is raining, a shower is falling.

[PLUMA, PLUMAE] : N feather; plume;

[PLUMA] : feather / featherbed / pen.

[PLUMA] : feather/ featherbed/ pen.

[PLUMARIUS, PLUMARIA, PLUMARIUM] : ADJ embroidered; brocaded with a feather pattern; of embroidery; of soft feathers;

[PLUMARIUS, PLUMARII] : N embroiderer; maker of embroidery/brocade;

[PLUMATUS, PLUMATA, PLUMATUM] : ADJ covered with feathers;

[PLUMBEUS, PLUMBEA, PLUMBEUM] : ADJ leaden; blunt, dull; heavy; stupid;

[PLUMBEUS] : leaden, made of lead / dull, stupid, heavy, opressive, bad.

[PLUMBEUS] : leaden, made of lead/ dull, stupid, heavy, opressive, bad.

[PLUMBUM ALBUM] : tin.

[PLUMBUM, PLUMBI] : N lead; (plumbum album => tin);

[PLUMBUM] : lead, a bullet, lead pipe.

[PLUMESCO, PLUMESCERE,] : V grow feathers; begin to get feathers; become feathered/fledged;

[PLUMEUS, PLUMEA, PLUMEUM] : ADJ feathery, composed of or filled with feathers;

[PLUMOSUS, PLUMOSA, PLUMOSUM] : ADJ feathered;

[PLUO, PLUERE, PLUI] : V rain; fall like rain; rain down; drip with rain;

[PLUO, PLUERE, PLUVI] : V rain; fall like rain; rain down; drip with rain;

[PLUO] : to rain, shower, sprinkle.

[PLUR] : NUM often, frequently; sometimes; several/many times (bee);

[PLURA] : more numerous, several, many.

[PLURALIS, PLURALIS, PLURALE] : ADJ plural;

[PLURALITAS NON EST PONENDA SINE NECCESITATE. ] : PHRASE Entities should not be multiplied unnecessarily.

[PLURALITAS, PLURALITATIS] : N plurality; multitude; the plural number;

[PLURALITER] : ADV in the bulk; in the plural (latham); in several places; at several times;

[PLURES] : more numerous, several, many.

[PLURIES] : often, frequently.

[PLURIES] : often, frequently

[PLURIFARIAM] : ADV in many places, extensively; in many ways;

[PLURIMI] : at the highest price, of the highest worth.

[PLURIMUM, PLURIMI] : N most/great number of things; greatest amount; very much; the most possible;

[PLURIMUS, PLURIMA, PLURIMUM] : ADJ most, greatest number/amount; very many; most frequent; highest price/value;

[PLURIMUS, PLURIMI] : N very many, many a one; the most people, very many/great number of people;

[PLURIMUS] : most, very many.

[PLURIS] : (gen.) at a higher price, of a great value

[PLURIS] : (gen.) at a higher price, of a great value.

[PLURUMUS, PLURUMA, PLURUMUM] : ADJ most, greatest number/amount; very many; most frequent; highest price/value;

[PLUS, (GEN.), PLURIS] : ADJ more (comp. of multus); several. many;

[PLUS, PLA, PLUM] : ADJ x times as great/many (only w/numerical prefix) (proportion), -fold, tuple;

[PLUS, PLURIS] : N more, too much, more than enough; more than (w/num); higher price/value (gen);

[PLUS] : more.

[PLUSCULUS, PLUSCULA, PLUSCULUM] : ADJ somewhat more, rather more;

[PLUSCULUS] : somewhat more, rather more.

[PLUTEUS, PLUTEI] : N movable screen; breastwork, shed;

[PLUVIA, PLUVIAE] : N rain, shower;

[PLUVIA] : rain, shower.

[PLUVIALIS, PLUVIALIS, PLUVIALE] : ADJ rain bringing, rainy;

[PLUVIALIS] : pertaining to rain, of rain.

[PLUVIUS, PLUVIA, PLUVIUM] : ADJ rainy, causing or bringing rain;

[PNEUM] : breath.

[POCILLATOR, POCILLATORIS] : N cupbearer;

[POCILLUM, POCILLI] : N little cup; small cupful;

[POCIUS POTIUS] : rather, preferrably.

[POCIUS] : = potius

[POCIUS] : = potius.

[POCIUS] : potius ; rather, preferrably.

[POCULUM, POCULI] : N drinking cup; drink;

[PODAGRA, PODAGRAE] : N gout;

[PODAGRA] : gout.

[PODEX, PODICIS] : N fundament, anus;

[PODIUM, PODII] : N balcony, esp. in the amphitheater;

[POEMA POEMATIS] : poem, verse, rhyme.

[POEMA, POEMATIS] : N short poem, composition in verse; (pl.) poetry;

[poemati] poem, verse, rhyme.

[POENA, POENAE] : N penalty, punishment; loss; retribution; (poena dare => to pay the penalty);

[POENA] : pain, punishment, penalty/ poena dare ; to pay the penalty.

[POENA] : pain, punishment, penalty / poena dare ; to pay the penalty.

[POENICANS, (GEN.), POENICANTIS] : ADJ inclining to bright red; red/redish/ruddy (l+s); blushing; punic, carthaginian;

[POENIO, POENIRE, POENIVI, POENITUS] : V punish (person/offence), inflict punishment; avenge, extract retribution;

[POENIOR, POENIRI, -, POENITUS SUM] : V punish (person/offence), inflict punishment; avenge, extract retribution;

[POENITENTIA, POENITENTIAE] : N regret (for act); change of mind/attitude; repentance/contrition (def); penance;

[POENITEO, POENITERE, POENITUI] : V displease; (cause to) regret; repent, be sorry; (me paenitet => i am sorry);

[POENITET, POENITERE, POENITIT] : V it displeases, makes angry, offends, dissatisfies, makes sorry;

[POENITOR, POENITORIS] : N punisher, one who punishes; one who extracts retribution; avenger;

[POENITUDO, POENITUDINIS] : N regret; repentance (l+s);

[POENOSUS] : painful, burdensome.

[POENUS, POENA, POENUM] : ADJ carthaginian, punic; of/associated with carthage; scarlet, bright red;

[POENUS, POENA, POENUM] : ADJ carthaginian, punic; phoenician;

[POENUS, POENI] : N carthaginian; phoenician; (specifically hannibal);

[POESIS, POESIS] : N poetry; poem;

[POETA, POETAE] : N poet;

[POETA] : (masc.) poet.

[POETICUS, POETICA, POETICUM] : ADJ poetic;

[POETRIA, POETRIAE] : N poetess;

[POL] : INTERJ by Pollux; truly; really;

[POLEMONIA, POLEMONIAE] : N unidentified plant;

[POLENTA, POLENTAE] : N barley-meal/groats; hulled and crushed grain; parched grain (douay);

[POLENTA] : pearl barley, barley groats.

[POLIO, POLIRE, POLIVI, POLITUS] : V smooth, polish; refine, give finish to;

[POLION, POLII] : N strong smelling plant (poley-germander, teucrium polium?);

[political/ diplomatic power] influence.

[POLITICUS, POLITICA, POLITICUM] : ADJ of the state, political;

[POLITUS, POLITA, POLITUM] : ADJ refined, polished;

[POLIUM, POLII] : N strong smelling plant (poley-germander, teucrium polium?);

[POLLEN, POLLINIS] : N finely ground flour; powder (of anything produced by grinding);

[POLLEN] : fine flour, fine meal. (also pollis ).

[POLLEN] : fine flour, fine meal. (also pollis )

[POLLENIS, POLLINIS] : N finely ground flour; powder (of anything produced by grinding);

[POLLENS, POLLENTIS (GEN.), POLLENTIOR -OR -US, POLLENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ strong; having strength, potent (things); exerting power (people); important;

[POLLENS] : strong, mighty.

[POLLEO, POLLERE,] : V exert power or influence; be strong;

[POLLEO] : to be rich in.

[POLLEO] : to be strong, powerful, able.

[POLLEX, POLLICIS] : N thumb;

[POLLEX] : thumb, big toe.

[POLLICEOR, POLLICERI, -, POLLICITUS SUM] : V promise;

[POLLICEOR] : to promise, offer.

[POLLICITAS] : offering.

[POLLICITATIO, POLLICITATIONIS] : N promise;

[POLLICITATIO] : promise.

[POLLICITOR, POLLICITARI, -, POLLICITATUS SUM] : V promise (assiduously);

[POLLICITUM, POLLICITI] : N promise;

[POLLICITUS] : promised, a promise.

[POLLINCTOR, POLLINCTORIS] : N an undertaker;

[POLLUCEO, POLLUCERE, POLLUXI, POLLUCTUS] : V to offer, serve up;

[POLLULUM, POLLULI] : N little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity; a little bit; trifle;

[POLLULUS, POLLULA, POLLULUM] : ADJ little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity of/little bit of;

[POLLUM, POLLI] : N little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity; a little bit; trifle;

[POLLUO, POLLUERE, POLLUI, POLLUTUS] : V violate; dishonor/defile/degrade (w/illicit sexual conduct/immoral actions);

[POLLUO, POLLUERE, POLLUI, POLLUTUS] : V soil/foul/dirty/stain/pollute; infect (w/disease); make impure; break (fast);

[POLLUO] : to defile.

[POLLUS, POLLA, POLLUM] : ADJ little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity of/little bit of;

[POLLUX, POLLUCIS] : N pollux; (son of tyndarus and leda, twin of castor);

[POLULUM, POLULI] : N little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity; a little bit; trifle;

[POLULUS, POLULA, POLULUM] : ADJ little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity of/little bit of;

[POLUM, POLI] : N little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity; a little bit; trifle;

[POLUS, POLA, POLUM] : ADJ little; small; (only a) small amount/quantity of/little bit of;

[POLUS, POLI] : N pole (e.g., north pole), end of an axis; heaven, sky, celestial vault;

[POLUS] : pole, heavens.

[POLYMITARIUM, POLYMITARII] : N demask (usu.pl.);

[POLYMITARIUS, POLYMITARIA, POLYMITARIUM] : ADJ of demask; highly wrought/finished;

[POLYMITARIUS, POLYMITARII] : N weaver; one doing demask/fine weaving;

[POLYMITUM, POLYMITI] : N demask (usu.pl.);

[POLYMITUS, POLYMITA, POLYMITUM] : ADJ demasked, woven w/different colored threads; with many threads (l+s); weaving;

[POLYPUS, POLYPI] : N octopus, nasal tumor;

[POMARIUM, POMARI(I)] : N orchard;

[POMERIUM, POMERI(I)] : N space left free from buildings round the walls of a roman or etruscan town;

[POMIFER, POMIFERA, POMIFERUM] : ADJ fruit-bearing;

[POMOERIUM, POMOERI(I)] : N space left free from buildings round the walls of a roman or etruscan town;

[POMOSUS, POMOSA, POMOSUM] : ADJ rich in fruit;

[POMPA, POMPAE] : N procession; retinue; pomp, ostentation;

[POMPEIANUS, POMPEIANA, POMPEIANUM] : ADJ pompeian; of/belonging to member of pompian gens; (esp. of triumvir pompey);

[POMPEIUS, POMPEI] : N pompeius; (roman gens name); (cn. pompeius magnus (pompey), triumvir);

[POMPEIUS, POMPEIA, POMPEIUM] : ADJ pompeius; roman gens; (cn. pompeius magnus (pompey), triumvir);

[POMPILUS, POMPILI] : N pilot fish;

[POMUM, POMI] : N fruit, apple; fruit tree;

[POMUM] : fruit, apple.

[POMUS, POMI] : N fruit, fruit-tree;

[PONDERA] : balance, equilibrium.

[PONDERATIO, PONDERATIONIS] : N weight;

[PONDERO, PONDERARE, PONDERAVI, PONDERATUS] : V weigh; weigh up;

[PONDERO] : to weigh, consider, reflect.

[PONDEROSUS, PONDEROSA, PONDEROSUM] : ADJ heavy, weighty; significant;

[PONDO] : ADV in or by weight;

[PONDUS, PONDERIS] : N weight, burden, impediment;

[PONDUS] : a pound's weight/ weight, mass, load/ heavy body.

[PONDUS] : a pound's weight / weight, mass, load / heavy body.

[PONDUS] : weight, weight of character, firmness, constancy.

[PONE] : PREP behind (in local relations) (rare);

[PONO POSUI POSITUM] : to lay, place, put, set/ (milit.) post, station.

[PONO POSUI POSITUM] : to lay, place, put, set /(milit.) post, station.

[PONO, PONERE, POSUI, POSITUS] : V put, place, set; station;

[PONS PONTIS] : bridge.

[PONS, PONTIS] : N bridge;

[PONS] : bridge, drawbridge.

[PONTICULUS, PONTICULI] : N little bridge;

[PONTIFEX, PONTIFICIS] : N high priest/pontiff; (of roman supreme college of priests); bishop (bee); pope;

[PONTIFEX] : bishop.

[PONTIFICALIS, PONTIFICALIS, PONTIFICALE] : ADJ pontifical, of or pertaining to a pontifex;

[PONTIFICATUS, PONTIFICATUS] : N pontificate, the office of pontifex;

[PONTIFICIUS, PONTIFICIA, PONTIFICIUM] : ADJ pontifical, of or pertaining to a pontifex;

[PONTIFICUS, PONTIFICA, PONTIFICUM] : ADJ pontifical;

[PONTIUS, PONTI] : N pontius; (roman gens name); (pontius pilatus, prefect of judaea 26-36 ad);

[PONTIUS, PONTIA, PONTIUM] : ADJ pontius; roman gens; a sammite leader; p~ pilatus, prefect of judaea 26-36 ad;

[PONTO, PONTONIS] : N large flat boat, barge; punt; pontoon;

[PONTUFEX, PONTUFICIS] : N high priest/pontiff; (of roman supreme college of priests); bishop (bee); pope;

[PONTUS, PONTI] : N the sea;

[PONTUS] : bridge.

[POP, ABB.] : N people (abb. for populus), nation;

[POPA, POPAE] : N a lower priest; priest's assistant; (fells sacrifice with ax);

[POPA, POPAE] : N she who sells animals for sacrifice;

[POPANUM, POPANI] : N sacrificial cake;

[POPELLUS, POPELLI] : N common people, rabble;

[POPINA, POPINAE] : N cook-shop, bistro, low-class eating house;

[POPINO, POPINONIS] : N glutton;

[POPLES, POPLITIS] : N knee;

[POPOSCO] : see posco; Herimann, cap. 28, 69.

[POPULABILIS, POPULABILIS, POPULABILE] : ADJ that may be ravaged or laid waste;

[POPULABUNDUS, POPULABUNDA, POPULABUNDUM] : ADJ laying waste, devastating;

[POPULARIS, POPULARIS, POPULARE] : ADJ of the people, popular;

[POPULARITAS, POPULARITATIS] : N courting of popular favor;

[POPULARITER] : ADV in everyday language; in a manner designed to win popular support;

[POPULATIO, POPULATIONIS] : N plundering, ravaging, spoiling; laying waste, devastation; plunder, booty;

[POPULATIO] : devastation, wasting / population

[POPULATIO] : devastation, wasting/ population.

[POPULATOR, POPULATORIS] : N devastator, ravager, plunderer;

[POPULEUS, POPULEA, POPULEUM] : ADJ of a poplar;

[POPULI] : people.

[POPULIFER, POPULIFERA, POPULIFERUM] : ADJ producing poplars;

[POPULO, POPULARE, POPULAVI, POPULATUS] : V ravage, devastate, lay waste; plunder; despoil, strip;

[POPULOR, POPULARI, -, POPULATUS SUM] : V ravage, devastate, lay waste; plunder; despoil, strip;

[POPULUS, POPULI] : N people, nation, state; public/populace/multitude/crowd; a following;

[POPULUS, POPULI] : N members of a society/sex; region/district (l+s); army (bee);

[POPULUS] : people, the people, nation, crowd, multitude, host.

[POPULUS] : populace, laity.

[POPULUS] : popular.

[PORCA, PORCAE] : N sow, female swine;

[PORCELLUS, PORCELLI] : N piglet; suckling pig;

[PORCILLUS, PORCILLI] : N piglet; suckling pig;

[PORCINUS, PORCINA, PORCINUM] : ADJ of a swine or hog;

[PORCUS, PORCI] : N pig, hog; tame swine; glutton; (boar => verres);

[PORISMA, PORISMATIS] : N deduction;

[PORPHIRIO, PORPHIRIONIS] : N kind of watefowl, purple gallinule; prophyrio, purple coot, water-hen (oed);

[PORPHYRIO, PORPHYRIONIS] : N kind of watefowl, purple gallinule; prophyrio, purple coot, sultana-hen (oed);

[PORRICIO, PORRICERE, PORRECI, PORRECTUS] : V offer as a sacrifice, make sacrifice/oblation of; lay before (l+s); produce;

[PORRIGO, PORRIGERE, PORREXI, PORRECTUS] : V stretch out, extend;

[PORRO] : ADV at a distance, further on, far off, onward; of old, formerly, hereafter; again;

[PORRO] : forward, further, next, in turn, (of time) long ago.

[PORRUM, PORRI] : N leek;

[PORRUM] : leek Allium Porrum Celsus, Spencer, p.492, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[PORRUS, PORRI] : N leek;

[PORTA, PORTAE] : N gate, entrance; city gates; door; avenue;

[PORTA] : gate, entrance.

[PORTENDO, PORTENDERE, PORTENDI, PORTENTUS] : V predict, foretell; point out;

[PORTENTIFICUS, PORTENTIFICA, PORTENTIFICUM] : ADJ marvelous, miraculous;

[PORTENTUM, PORTENTI] : N omen, portent;

[PORTHMEUS, PORTHMEOS/IS] : N ferryman; (charon);

[PORTICULA, PORTICULAE] : N little gallery or portico;

[PORTICUS, PORTICUS] : N colonnade, covered walk; portico; covered gallery atop ampitheater/siege works;

[PORTIO, PORTIONIS] : N part, portion, share; proportion; (pro portione => proportionally);

[PORTITOR, PORTITORIS] : N ferry man;

[PORTO, PORTARE, PORTAVI, PORTATUS] : V carry, bring;

[PORTORIUM, PORTORI(I)] : N port duty; customs duty; tax;

[PORTULA, PORTULAE] : N little gate, postern;

[PORTULACA] : purslane (Portulaca oloracea) Celsus, Spencer, p.492, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[PORTUOSUS, PORTUOSA, PORTUOSUM] : ADJ well provided with harbors;

[PORTUS, PORTUS] : N port, harbor; refuge, haven, place of refuge;

[PORTUS] : harbor.

[POSCO, POSCERE, POPOSCI] : V ask, demand;

[POSCO] : to beg.

[POSCO] : to call upon, ask ernestly, request.

[POSITOR, POSITORIS] : N builder, founder;

[POSITUS, POSITUS] : N situation, position; arrangement;

[POSITUS] : position, place, arrangment.

[POSITUS] : situated.

[POSSESSIO, POSSESSIONIS] : N possession, property;

[POSSESSIO] : possession, property.

[POSSESSIONES] : holdings.

[POSSESSIUNCULA, POSSESSIUNCULAE] : N small property;

[POSSESSOR, POSSESSORIS] : N owner, occupier;

[POSSIBILIS, POSSIBILIS, POSSIBILE] : ADJ possible;

[POSSIDEO, POSSIDERE, POSSEDI, POSSESSUS] : V seize, hold, be master of; possess, take/hold possession of, occupy; inherit;

[POSSIDEO] : hold, abide.

[POSSIDO, POSSIDERE,] : V seize, hold, be master of; possess, take/hold possession of, occupy; inherit;

[POSSUM POSSE POTUM] : to be able, avail, have influence.

[POSSUM, POSSE, POTUI] : V 5 2 be able, can; multum posse => to have much (more, most) influence or power;

[POSSUM] : to be able, to be capable.

[POST FESTUM. ] : PHRASE After the feast

[POST MODUM] : afterwards, presently, shortly.

[POST MODUM] : afterwards, presently, shortly

[POST MORTEM ] : PHRASE after death

[POST] : (+ acc.) after, behind.

[POST] : ADV behind, afterwards, after;

[POST] : PREP behind (space), after (time); subordinate to (rank);

[POSTEA] : ADV afterwards;

[POSTEA] : afterwards.

[POSTEA] : afterwards

[POSTEAQUAM] : CONJ after;

[POSTERGA] : ADV behind; behind one's back;

[POSTERGUM] : ADV behind; behind one's back;

[POSTERI] : posterity.

[POSTERIORITAS, POSTERIORITATIS] : N inferior/later position;

[POSTERITAS, POSTERITATIS] : N future time; posterity;

[POSTERITAS] : succeeding generations, offspring, posterity.

[POSTERIUS] : ADV COMP later, at a later day; by and by;

[POSTERUS, POSTERA -UM, POSTERIOR -OR -US, POSTREMUS -A -UM] : ADJ coming after, following, next; comp next in order, latter; super last/hindmost;

[POSTERUS, POSTERI] : N descendants (pl.); posterity, coming generations; the future;

[POSTERUS, POSTREMO] : subsequent, following, next, future.

[POSTFERO, POSTFERRE, POSTTULI, POSTLATUS] : V to consider of less account;

[POSTGENITUS, POSTGENITI] : N posterity (pl.), descendants;

[POSTHABEO, POSTHABERE, POSTHABUI, POSTHABITUS] : V esteem less, subordinate (to); postpone;

[POSTHABEO] : to put after, consider of less account,

[posthabito].

[POSTHAC] : ADV after this, in the future, hereafter, from now on; thereafter, from then on;

[POSTHAEC] : ADV after this, in the future, hereafter, from now on; thereafter, from then on;

[POSTHANC] : ADV after this, in the future, hereafter, from now on; thereafter, from then on;

[POSTHINC] : ADV after this, in the future, hereafter, from now on; thereafter, from then on;

[POSTHOC] : ADV after this, in the future, hereafter, from now on; thereafter, from then on;

[POSTHUMUS, POSTHUMA, POSTHUMUM] : ADJ latest born (of children), last born, born late in life of parent;

[POSTICUM, POSTICI] : N back door;

[POSTICUS, POSTICA, POSTICUM] : ADJ back, rear;

[POSTILENA, POSTILENAE] : N crupper;

[POSTIS, POSTIS] : N doorpost;

[POSTLIMINIUM, POSTLIMINII] : N right to return home;

[POSTMERIDIANUS, POSTMERIDIANA, POSTMERIDIANUM] : ADJ of the afternoon;

[POSTMODO] : ADV afterwards, presently, later;

[POSTMODUM] : ADV after a while, later, a little later; afterwards; presently;

[POSTMODUM] : afterwards; presently

[POSTPARTOR, POSTPARTORIS] : N heir;

[POSTPONO, POSTPONERE, POSTPOSUI, POSTPOSITUS] : V neglect; disregard; put after, consider secondary; set aside, postpone;

[POSTPONO] : to put after, consider secondary.

[POSTQUAM] : (conj.) after.

[POSTQUAM] : after/ ;

[POSTQUAM] : CONJ after;

[POSTREMITAS, POSTREMITATIS] : N inferior/later position;

[POSTREMO] : ADV at last, finally;

[POSTREMUM] : ADV for the last time, last of all; finally;

[POSTREMUS, POSTREMA, POSTREMUM] : ADJ last; worst; lowest;

[POSTRIDIE] : ADV on the following day;

[POSTSCAENIUM, POSTSCAENII] : N theater behind the scenes;

[POSTSCRIBO, POSTSCRIBERE, POSTSCRIPSI, POSTSCRIPTUS] : V to write after;

[POSTULATIO, POSTULATIONIS] : N petition, request;

[POSTULATIO] : a demand, request, desire, claim/ complaint.

[POSTULATIO] : a demand, request, desire / complaint.

[POSTULATIVUS] : plaintive.

[POSTULATOR] : plaintiff, complainant.

[POSTULATUM, POSTULATI] : N demand, request;

[POSTULO, POSTULARE, POSTULAVI, POSTULATUS] : V demand, claim; require; ask/pray for;

[POSTULO] : to ask, demand, require / summon, prosecute, impeach, try

[POSTULO] : to ask, demand, require/ summon, prosecute, impeach, try.

[POSTULO] : to complain / contain, measure / need, require.

[POSTULO] : to complain,/ accuse/ contain, measure/ need, require.

[POSTUMUS, POSTUMA, POSTUMUM] : ADJ latest born (of children), last born, born late in life of parent; (posterus);

[POTATOR, POTATORIS] : N drinker, one who drinks; tippler, drinker of intoxicants;

[POTE, UNDECLINED] : ADJ able, capable; possible (early latin);

[POTENS, POTENTIS (GEN.), POTENTIOR -OR -US, POTENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ powerful, strong; capable; mighty;

[POTENS] : able, mighty, powerful, strong.

[POTENS] : mighty, able, mighty, powerful, strong.

[POTENTATUS, POTENTATUS] : N rule; political power;

[POTENTIA, POTENTIAE] : N force, power, political power;

[POTENTIA] : f, might, power, authority

[POTENTIA] : might, power, authority.

[POTESTAS, POTESTATIS] : N power, rule, force; strength, ability; chance, opportunity;

[POTESTAS] : legal competence.

[POTESTAS] : power, ability, authority/ opportunity.

[POTESTAS] : power, ability, authority / opportunity.

[POTIO, POTIONIS] : N drinking, drink;

[POTIONATUS, POTIONATA, POTIONATUM] : ADJ dosed; that has had a potion given him to drink (l+s);

[POTIONO, POTIONARE, POTIONAVI, POTIONATUS] : V give to drink;

[POTIOR, POTIOR, POTIUS] : ADJ better, preferable, superior; more useful (things), more important;

[POTIOR, POTIRI, -, POTITUS SUM] : V get possession of, acquire, become master of (with gen. or abl.);

[POTIOR] : (+ gen. or dat.) to possess, hold, get possession of.

[POTIOR] : to

[POTIS, UNDECLINED] : ADJ able, capable; possible; (early latin potis sum becomes possum);

[POTISSIMUM] : (adv.) chiefly, most of all.

[POTISSIMUM] : ADV chiefly, especially; to his advantage; in a way preferable to all others;

[POTISSIMUM] : ADV SUPER chiefly, principally, especially; eminently; above all;

[POTISSIMUS, POTISSIMA, POTISSIMUM] : ADJ chief, principal, most prominent/powerful; strongest; foremost;

[POTISSIMUS] : best of all, chief, principal.

[POTISSUMUM] : ADV SUPER chiefly, principally, especially; eminently; above all;

[POTITO, POTITARE, POTITAVI, POTITATUS] : V drink;

[POTIUS SERO QUAM NUMQUAM. ] : PHRASE It's better late than never.

[POTIUS] : ADV rather, more, preferably;

[POTIUS] : comp. adj, in order that, rather

[POTIUS] : comp. adj, in order that, rather.

[POTIUS] : rather, preferably.

[POTIUS] : rather, preferably

[POTO, POTARE, POTAVI, POTATUS] : V drink; drink heavily; absorb;

[POTUS, POTA, POTUM] : ADJ drunk; drunk up, drained; having drunk; being drunk, drunken, intoxicated;

[POTUS, POTUS] : N drink, a draught; a drinking;

[PR, ABB.] : N praetor (official elected by the romans who served as a judge); abb. pr.;

[PR] : ADV the day before (pridie), abb. pr; used in calendar expressions;

[PRACTICUS, PRACTICA, PRACTICUM] : ADJ practical;

[PRACTICUS] : active.

[PRADATORIUS, PRADATORIA, PRADATORIUM] : ADJ plundering, predatory;

[PRAE DULCIS] : pre dulcis ; exceedingly sweet.

[PRAE PRE] : (adv.) before, in front.

[PRAE QUAM] : pre quam ; in comparison with.

[PRAE SE FERRE / PRE SE FERRE] : to show, exhibit, on account of.

[PRAE SE FERRE/ PRESE FERRE] : to show, exhibit, on account of.

[PRAE] : ADV before, in front of; forward (prae sequor = go on before);

[PRAE] : pre ; (prep. with abl.) before, in front of.

[PRAE] : PREP ABL before, in front; in view of, because of;

[PRAEACUTUS, PRAEACUTA, PRAEACUTUM] : ADJ sharpened, pointed;

[PRAEALTUS, PRAEALTA, PRAEALTUM] : ADJ very high; very deep;

[PRAEAMBULA, PRAEAMBULAE] : N forerunner;

[PRAEAMBULO, PRAEAMBULARE, PRAEAMBULAVI, PRAEAMBULATUS] : V walk before; precede;

[PRAEAMBULUM, PRAEAMBULI] : N preamble; preface;

[PRAEAMBULUS, PRAEAMBULI] : N forerunner;

[PRAEAMBULUS, PRAEAMBULA, PRAEAMBULUM] : ADJ walking before; preceding (def); preparatory; preliminary (latham); pervious;

[PRAEBALTEATA] : girded.

[PRAEBEO, PRAEBERE, PRAEBUI, PRAEBITUS] : V make available, supply, provide; be the cause, occasion, produce; render;

[PRAEBEO, PRAEBERE, PRAEBUI, PRAEBITUS] : V present/show/put forward; offer; expose physically oneself; expose/submit/allow;

[PRAEBEO] : prebeo ; to offer, hold out, supply, provide, allow.

[PRAEBEO] : prebeo ; (+ refl.) to show oneself, present oneself.

[PRAEBEO] : to offer.

[PRAECALIDUS, PRAECALIDA, PRAECALIDUM] : ADJ very hot;

[PRAECANTRIX, PRAECANTRICIS] : N witch;

[PRAECANUS, PRAECANA, PRAECANUM] : ADJ prematurely gray;

[PRAECAUTUS] : on one's guard.

[PRAECAVEO, PRAECAVERE, PRAECAVI, PRAECAUTUS] : V guard (against), beware;

[PRAECAVEO] : to take precautions.

[PRAECEDO, PRAECEDERE, PRAECESSI, PRAECESSUS] : V go before, precede; surpass, excel;

[PRAECEDO] : praecessi ; praecessum ; to go, result

[PRAECEDO] : praecessi ; praecessum ; to go, result.

[PRAECEDO] : precedo ; to precede, go before/ surpass, excell.

[PRAECEDO] : precedo ; to precede, go before / surpass, excell.

[PRAECEDO] : to precede.

[PRAECELLENS, PRAECELLENTIS (GEN.), PRAECELLENTIOR -OR -US, PRAECELLENTISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ surpassing, excellent, distinguished; preeminent;

[PRAECELLENS] : distinguished, excellent.

[PRAECELLENTIA, PRAECELLENTIAE] : N preeminence; excellence;

[PRAECELLO, PRAECELLERE,] : V excel; surpass;

[PRAECELLO, PRAECELLARE, PRAECELLAVI, PRAECELLATUS] : V surpass; excell;

[PRAECELLO] : to preside over, be distinguished.

[PRAECELSUS, PRAECELSA, PRAECELSUM] : ADJ exceptionally high or tall;

[PRAECELSUS] : precelsus ; exceedingly high.

[PRAECEPIO] : precepio ; precept, preconception.

[PRAECEPS, (GEN.), PRAECIPITIS] : ADJ head first, headlong; steep, precipitous;

[PRAECEPS] : precipice.

[PRAECEPTIO, PRAECEPTIONIS] : N instruction; practical rule; preconception; preception, receiving legacy early;

[PRAECEPTOR, PRAECEPTORIS] : N teacher, instructor;

[PRAECEPTUM, PRAECEPTI] : N teaching, lesson, precept; order, command;

[PRAECEPTUM] : preceptum ; precept.

[PRAECEPTUM] : preceptum ; instruction, injunction, command, precept.

[PRAECERPO, PRAECERPERE, PRAECERPSI, PRAECERPTUS] : V pluck before time; pluck or cut off; gather before it's time;

[PRAECIDENTIUS] : cautiously.

[PRAECIDO, PRAECIDERE, PRAECIDI, PRAECISUS] : V cut off in front; cut back, cut short;

[PRAECIDO] : to cut short, lop, mutilate.

[PRAECINGO, PRAECINGERE, PRAECINXI, PRAECINCTUS] : V gird, surround, encircle;

[PRAECINGO] : to gird, encircle.

[PRAECINO, PRAECINERE, PRAECINUI, PRAECENTUS] : V predict;

[PRAECINO] : to sing before (someone else)/ prophecy, predict.

[PRAECIPIO, PRAECIPERE, PRAECEPI, PRAECEPTUS] : V take or receive in advance; anticipate; warn; order; teach, instruct;

[PRAECIPIO] : precipio ; to instruct, advise, warn, anticipate.

[PRAECIPITIUM] : headlong fall.

[PRAECIPITO, PRAECIPITARE, PRAECIPITAVI, PRAECIPITATUS] : V throw headlong, cast down;

[PRAECIPITO] : cast down headlong.

[PRAECIPO] : to instruct.

[PRAECIPUE] : ADV especially; chiefly;

[PRAECIPUE] : especially, chiefly.

[PRAECIPUE] : especially, chiefly

[PRAECIPUE] : particularly.

[PRAECIPUUS, PRAECIPUA, PRAECIPUUM] : ADJ particular, especial;

[PRAECIPUUS] : extraordinary, subst ; chief.

[PRAECISUS, PRAECISA, PRAECISUM] : ADJ abrupt, precipitous; clipped, staccato;

[PRAECLARUS, PRAECLARA, PRAECLARUM] : ADJ very clear; splendid; famous; bright, illustrious; noble, distinguished;

[PRAECLARUS] : excellent, famous, beautiful, striking.

[PRAECLARUS] : preclarus ; excellent, famous, beautiful, striking.

[PRAECLUDO, PRAECLUDERE, PRAECLUSI, PRAECLUSUS] : V close, block;

[PRAECO, PRAECONIS] : N herald, crier;

[PRAECOMPOSITUS, PRAECOMPOSITA, PRAECOMPOSITUM] : ADJ composed beforehand, studied;

[PRAECONIUM, PRAECONI(I)] : N praise, celebrating; proclamation, publication; office of public crier;

[PRAECONIUM] : laudation.

[PRAECONIUS, PRAECONIA, PRAECONIUM] : ADJ of/concerned with the public crier/his office; of/belonging to an auctioneer;

[PRAECONOR] : preconor ; to be a public crier, to herald, proclaim.

[PRAECONSUMO, PRAECONSUMERE, PRAECONSUMPI, PRAECONSUMPTUS] : V use up prematurely;

[PRAECOQUIS, PRAECOQUIS, PRAECOQUE] : ADJ ripened too soon; premature; unseasonable; precocious; first-ripe;

[PRAECOQUUS, PRAECOQUA, PRAECOQUUM] : ADJ ripened too soon; premature; unseasonable; precocious; first-ripe;

[PRAECORDIUM, PRAECORDI(I)] : N vitals (pl.), diaphragm; breast; chest as the seat of feelings;

[PRAECOX, (GEN.), PRAECOCIS] : ADJ ripened too soon; premature; unseasonable; precocious;

[PRAECOX] : precox ; ripe beforehand, premature.

[PRAECURRO, PRAECURRERE, PRAECUCURRI, PRAECURSUS] : V run before, hasten on before; precede; anticipate;

[PRAECURRO, PRAECURRERE, PRAECURRI, PRAECURSUS] : V run before, hasten on before; precede; anticipate;

[PRAECURSOR, PRAECURSORIS] : N forerunner; member of advance-guard;

[PRAECURSOR] : forerunner.

[PRAECUTIO, PRAECUTERE, PRAECUSSI, PRAECUSSUS] : V to shake before, brandish before;

[PRAEDA, PRAEDAE] : N booty, loot, spoils, plunder, prey;

[PRAEDA] : booty.

[PRAEDA] : preda ; plunder, booty, spoils of war, loot, gain, prey.

[PRAEDABUNDUS, PRAEDABUNDA, PRAEDABUNDUM] : ADJ pillaging;

[PRAEDATIO] : taking of booty.

[PRAEDATOR, PRAEDATORIS] : N plunderer, pillager; hunter;

[PRAEDATORIUS, PRAEDATORIA, PRAEDATORIUM] : ADJ plundering, rapacious; piratical;

[PRAEDATUS] : taking of booty.

[PRAEDECESSOR, PRAEDECESSORIS] : N predecessor;

[PRAEDELASSO, PRAEDELASSARE, PRAEDELASSAVI, PRAEDELASSATUS] : V to weary beforehand;

[PRAEDESIGNATUS, PRAEDESIGNATA, PRAEDESIGNATUM] : ADJ predisignated, designated beforehand;

[PRAEDESTINATIO, PRAEDESTINATIONIS] : N predestination, determining beforehand;

[PRAEDESTINO, PRAEDESTINARE, PRAEDESTINAVI, PRAEDESTINATUS] : V predestine, predetermine, determine beforehand; provide beforehand;

[PRAEDESTINO] : to determine beforehand, predestine.

[PRAEDETERMINO, PRAEDETERMINARE, PRAEDETERMINAVI, PRAEDETERMINATUS] : V fix beforehand;

[PRAEDIATOR, PRAEDIATORIS] : N buyer of landed estates;

[PRAEDIATORIUS, PRAEDIATORIA, PRAEDIATORIUM] : ADJ relating to the sale of land;

[PRAEDICARE] : to preach

[PRAEDICARE] : to preach.

[PRAEDICATIO, PRAEDICATIONIS] : N publication, public proclamation; prediction/prophecy/soothsaying; preaching;

[PRAEDICATIO, PRAEDICATIONIS] : N announcement/statement; public proclaiming; praise/commendation/special mention;

[PRAEDICATIO] : preaching (s), foretelling (s), condemning

[PRAEDICATIO] : preaching (s), foretelling (s), condemning.

[PRAEDICO, PRAEDICARE, PRAEDICAVI, PRAEDICATUS] : V proclaim/declare/make known/publish/announce formally; praise/recommend; preach;

[PRAEDICO, PRAEDICARE, PRAEDICAVI, PRAEDICATUS] : V announce, proclaim; assert; praise, preach;

[PRAEDICO, PRAEDICERE, PRAEDIXI, PRAEDICTUS] : V say beforehand, mention in advance; warn/predict/foretell; recommend/prescribe;

[PRAEDICO] : predico ; to warn, admonish, instruct, foretell.

[PRAEDICO] : to fix in advance.

[PRAEDICTUM, PRAEDICTI] : N prediction; forewarning; command;

[PRAEDICTUS, PRAEDICTA, PRAEDICTUM] : ADJ preceding, previously named, afore mentioned; predicted, foretold, warned;

[PRAEDIOLUM, PRAEDIOLI] : N small estate, little farm;

[PRAEDISCO, PRAEDISCERE,] : V learn in advance;

[PRAEDISPOSITUS, PRAEDISPOSITA, PRAEDISPOSITUM] : ADJ arranged at intervals beforehand;

[PRAEDITUS, PRAEDITA, PRAEDITUM] : ADJ gifted; provided with;

[PRAEDIUM, PRAEDI(I)] : N farm, estate;

[PRAEDIUM] : estate.

[PRAEDIVES, (GEN.), PRAEDIVITIS] : ADJ very rich; richly supplied;

[PRAEDO, PRAEDARE, PRAEDAVI, PRAEDATUS] : V pillage, despoil, plunder; rob/ravish/take; acquire loot (robbery/war); catch;

[PRAEDO, PRAEDONIS] : N robber, thief; pirate (if at sea);

[PRAEDOR, PRAEDARI, -, PRAEDATUS SUM] : V acquire loot (by robbery/war/depredation); obtain food by hunting/preying;

[PRAEDOR, PRAEDARI, -, PRAEDATUS SUM] : V pillage, despoil; plunder, loot; take as prey/catch;

[PRAEDOR] : to plunder.

[PRAEDUCO, PRAEDUCERE, PRAEDUXI, PRAEDUCTUS] : V extend; construct;

[PRAEDUCO] : to put before.

[PRAEDULCIS, PRAEDULCIS, PRAEDULCE] : ADJ very sweet;

[PRAEDURUS, PRAEDURA, PRAEDURUM] : ADJ very hard; very strong;

[PRAEEO, PRAEIRE, PRAEIVI(II), PRAEITUS] : V go before, precede; dictate;

[PRAEEO] : preeo ; to go before, precede/ to say in advance/ to order.

[PRAEEO] : preeo ; to go before, precede / to say in advance / to order.

[PRAEEO] : to lead the way.

[PRAEFATIO, PRAEFATIONIS] : N preliminary form of words, formula of announcement; preface;

[PRAEFATUS-I] : m, before mentioned.

[PRAEFATUS-I] : m, before mentioned

[PRAEFECTURA, PRAEFECTURAE] : N command; office of praefectus;

[PRAEFECTUS, PRAEFECTI] : N commander; prefect;

[PRAEFECUS, PRAEFECI] : N director, president, chief, governor;

[PRAEFERO, PRAEFERRE, PRAETULI, PRAELATUS] : V carry in front; prefer; display; offer; give preference to;

[PRAEFERO] : prefero ; to carry in front, display/ prefer.

[PRAEFERO] : prefero ; to carry in front, display, prefer.

[PRAEFERO] : prefero ; anticipate, carry by, ride by.

[PRAEFERO] : prefero ; to anticipate, carry by, ride by.

[PRAEFEROX, (GEN.), PRAEFEROCIS] : ADJ very high-spirited;

[PRAEFERRATUS, PRAEFERRATA, PRAEFERRATUM] : ADJ tipped with iron;

[PRAEFERVIDUS, PRAEFERVIDA, PRAEFERVIDUM] : ADJ burning hot, very hot;

[PRAEFICIO, PRAEFICERE, PRAEFECI, PRAEFECTUS] : V put in charge, place in command (with acc and dat);

[PRAEFICIO] : preficio / prefeci prefectum ; to put in charge of

[PRAEFICIO] : preficio/ prefeci prefectum ; to put in charge of.

[PRAEFIGO, PRAEFIGERE, PRAEFIXI, PRAEFIXUS] : V set in front;

[PRAEFIGURATIO, PRAEFIGURATIONIS] : N prototype, prefiguration; prophecy; anticipation;

[PRAEFINIO, PRAEFINIRE, PRAEFINIVI, PRAEFINITUS] : V fix the range of; determine;

[PRAEFINIO] : prefinio ; to appoint ahead of time

[PRAEFINIO] : prefinio ; to appoint ahead of time.

[PRAEFLORO, PRAEFLORARE, PRAEFLORAVI, PRAEFLORATUS] : V to deprive of blossoms; to diminish, lessen;

[PRAEFLUO, PRAEFLUERE, PRAEFLUXI, PRAEFLUXUS] : V to flow past;

[PRAEFOCO, PRAEFOCARE, PRAEFOCAVI, PRAEFOCATUS] : V to choke, suffocate;

[PRAEFOCO] : prefoco ; to choke, suffocate.

[PRAEFODIO, PRAEFODERE, PRAEFODI, PRAEFOSUS] : V dig a trench in front of; bury beforehand;

[PRAEFOR, PRAEFARI, -, PRAEFATUS SUM] : V say/utter/mention beforehand/in advance; recite (a preliminary formula);

[PRAEFRIGIDUS, PRAEFRIGIDA, PRAEFRIGIDUM] : ADJ very cold;

[PRAEFRINGO, PRAEFRINGERE, PRAEFREGI, PRAEFRACTUS] : V break off at the end, break off short;

[PRAEFULGEO, PRAEFULGERE, PRAEFULSI, PRAEFULTUS] : V shine with outstanding brightness, bean/shine forth; be outstanding, outshine;

[PRAEGELIDUS, PRAEGELIDA, PRAEGELIDUM] : ADJ outstandingly cold;

[PRAEGNANS, (GEN.), PRAEGNANTIS] : ADJ with child, pregnant;

[PRAEGNAS, (GEN.), PRAEGNATIS] : ADJ with child, pregnant;

[PRAEGRAVIS, PRAEGRAVIS, PRAEGRAVE] : ADJ very heavy; burdensome;

[PRAEGRAVO, PRAEGRAVARE, PRAEGRAVAVI, PRAEGRAVATUS] : V weigh down, burden;

[PRAEGRAVO] : pregravo ; to press heavily upon, weigh down, oppress.

[PRAEGREDIOR, PRAEGREDI, -, PRAEGRESSUS SUM] : V go ahead; go before, precede; surpass;

[PRAEGUSTO, PRAEGUSTARE, PRAEGUSTAVI, PRAEGUSTATUS] : V taste in advance;

[PRAEHENDO, PRAEHENDERE, PRAEHENDI, PRAEHENSUS] : V catch/capture; take hold of/possession of/in hand, arrest; occupy; seize/grasp;

[PRAEHENDO, PRAEHENDERE, PRAEHENDI, PRAEHENSUS] : V catch up with; reach shore/harbor; understand, comprehend; get a grip on;

[PRAEICIO, PRAEICIERE, PRAEJECI, PRAEJECTUS] : V throw/cast before/in front of; reject (l+s); utter reproachfully; oppose (sax);

[PRAEIRE] : to go before

[PRAEIRE] : to go before.

[PRAEIUDICO, PRAEIUDICARE,] : V prejudge;

[PRAEJACIO, PRAEJACIERE, PRAEJECI, PRAEJECTUS] : V throw/cast before/in front of; reject (l+s); utter reproachfully; oppose (sax);

[PRAEJICIO, PRAEJICIERE, PRAEJECI, PRAEJACTUS] : V throw/cast before/in front of; reject (l+s); utter reproachfully; oppose (sax);

[PRAEJUDICIUM, PRAEJUDICI(I)] : N precedent, example; prejudgment;

[PRAEJUDICIUM] : damage.

[PRAEJUDICO] : to decide beforehand ie plan.

[PRAELABOR, PRAELABI, -, PRAELAPSUS SUM] : V flow/glide ahead/forward/past;

[PRAELABOR] : to glide past, translated as transient.

[PRAELEGO, PRAELEGERE, PRAELEGI, PRAELECTUS] : V sail along;

[PRAELIBO] : to taste beforehand.

[PRAELIOR] : to do battle.

[PRAELIUM FACIO] : to join battle.

[PRAELIUM] : battle.

[PRAELONGUS, PRAELONGA, PRAELONGUM] : ADJ very long;

[PRAELONGUUS, PRAELONGUA, PRAELONGUUM] : ADJ exceptionally long;

[PRAELOQUOR, PRAELOQUI, -, PRAELOCUTUS SUM] : V speak/say first; forestall in speaking/saying; make preface/preliminary remarks;

[PRAELUCEO, PRAELUCERE, PRAELUXI] : V shine forth, outshine; light the way (for);

[PRAELUSIO, PRAELUSIONIS] : N prelude;

[PRAELUSTRIS, PRAELUSTRIS, PRAELUSTRE] : ADJ very fine;

[PRAEMATURUS, PRAEMATURA, PRAEMATURUM] : ADJ too early, premature;

[PRAEMEDICATUS, PRAEMEDICATA, PRAEMEDICATUM] : ADJ protected by medicine or charms;

[PRAEMEDITOR, PRAEMEDITARI, -, PRAEMEDITATUS SUM] : V consider in advance;

[PRAEMETUO, PRAEMETUERE,] : V fear beforehand;

[PRAEMITTO, PRAEMITTERE, PRAEMISI, PRAEMISSUS] : V send ahead or forward;

[PRAEMITTO] : to send forward, dispatch, send in advance.

[PRAEMIUM, PRAEMI(I)] : N prize, reward; gift; recompense;

[PRAEMIUM] : premium ; reward, prize/ booty/ profit.

[PRAEMIUM] : premium ; reward, prize.

[PRAEMIUM] : reward, exploit -.

[PRAEMO] : premo ; to press down, strike down.

[PRAEMOLESTIA, PRAEMOLESTIAE] : N trouble beforehand;

[PRAEMOLIOR, PRAEMOLIRI, -, PRAEMOLITUS SUM] : V soften beforehand; prepare/make preparations beforehand (l+s);

[PRAEMONEO, PRAEMONERE, PRAEMONUI, PRAEMONITUS] : V forewarn;

[PRAEMONEO] : to forwarn.

[PRAEMONITUS, PRAEMONITUS] : N forewarning;

[PRAEMORIOR, PRAEMORI, -, PRAEMORTUUS SUM] : V die beforehand (esp. body parts/facilities which cease before person's death);

[PRAEMUNIO, PRAEMUNIRE, PRAEMUNIVI, PRAEMUNITUS] : V fortify, defend in advance; safeguard;

[PRAEMUNIO] : to secure.

[PRAENATO, PRAENATARE, PRAENATAVI, PRAENATATUS] : V swim by; flow by;

[PRAENDO, PRAENDERE, PRAENDI, PRAENSUS] : V catch/capture; take hold of/possession of/in hand, arrest; occupy; seize/grasp;

[PRAENDO, PRAENDERE, PRAENDI, PRAENSUS] : V catch up with; reach shore/harbor; understand, comprehend; get a grip on;

[PRAENITEO] : to gleam especially.

[PRAENOMEN, PRAENOMINIS] : N first name, personal name; noun which precedes another noun (gram.);

[PRAENOSCO, PRAENOSCERE,] : V foreknow;

[PRAENOTIO, PRAENOTIONIS] : N preconception, innate idea;

[PRAENUBILUS, PRAENUBILA, PRAENUBILUM] : ADJ very cloudy or dark;

[PRAENUNTIO, PRAENUNTIARE, PRAENUNTIAVI, PRAENUNTIATUS] : V announce in advance;

[PRAENUNTIO] : prenuntio ; to foretell, announce before hand.

[PRAENUNTIUS, PRAENUNTIA, PRAENUNTIUM] : ADJ acting as harbinger; heralding;

[PRAENUNTIUS] : prenuncius ; foretelling, harbinger, omen, token.

[PRAEOCCUPO, PRAEOCCUPARE, PRAEOCCUPAVI, PRAEOCCUPATUS] : V seize upon beforehand; anticipate;

[PRAEOCCUPOR MORTE] : to fall prey to death.

[PRAEOPTO, PRAEOPTARE, PRAEOPTAVI, PRAEOPTATUS] : V prefer;

[PRAEOPTO] : to desire more or much.

[PRAEPANDO, PRAEPANDERE, PRAEPANDI, PRAEPASSUS] : V to open wide in front, extend before;

[PRAEPARATIO, PRAEPARATIONIS] : N preparation;

[PRAEPARO, PRAEPARARE, PRAEPARAVI, PRAEPARATUS] : V prepare;

[PRAEPEDIO, PRAEPEDIRE, PRAEPEDIVI, PRAEPEDITUS] : V shackle, fetter, tie by an extremity; hinder/obstruct/impede; entangle the feet;

[PRAEPEDIO] : to hinder.

[PRAEPENDEO, PRAEPENDERE,] : V hang down in front;

[PRAEPES, (GEN.), PRAEPETIS] : ADJ flying straight ahead; nimble, fleet; winged;

[PRAEPES] : nimble.

[PRAEPILATUS, PRAEPILATA, PRAEPILATUM] : ADJ having a button in front (of foils, etc.);

[PRAEPINGUIS, PRAEPINGUIS, PRAEPINGUE] : ADJ outstandingly/exceptionally rich/fat, 'filthy rich'; very thick (voice);

[PRAEPONO, PRAEPONERE, PRAEPOSUI, PRAEPOSITUS] : V place in command, in front of or before; put x (acc.) in front of y (dat.);

[PRAEPOSITUS PREPOSITUS] : (monastic) prior.

[PRAEPOSITUS] : manorial agent, steward, bailiff, prior.

[PRAEPOSTERUS, PRAEPOSTERA, PRAEPOSTERUM] : ADJ in the wrong order; wrong-headed; topsy-turvy;

[PRAEPOTENS, (GEN.), PRAEPOTENTIS] : ADJ very powerful;

[PRAEPROPERANTER] : ADV very hastily;

[PRAEPROPERUS, PRAEPROPERA, PRAEPROPERUM] : ADJ very hurried, precipitate; too hasty;

[PRAEPROPERUS, PREPROPERUS] : over-hasty, precipitate.

[PRAEPUTIUM, PRAEPUTI(I)] : N foreskin, prepuce; (usu.pl. l+s); retention of the prepuce (uncircumcised);

[PRAEQUEROR, PRAEQUERI, -, PRAEQUESTUS SUM] : V complain beforehand;

[PRAERAPIDUS, PRAERAPIDA, PRAERAPIDUM] : ADJ very rapid;

[PRAERIPIO, PRAERIPERE, PRAERIPUI, PRAEREPTUS] : V snatch away (before the proper time); seize first; forestall;

[PRAEROGATIVA, PRAEROGATIVAE] : N tribe/centuria which voted first; its verdict; omen; prior right/prerogative;

[PRAEROGATIVUS, PRAEROGATIVA, PRAEROGATIVUM] : ADJ asked before others (for vote, opinion, etc.);

[PRAERUMPO, PRAERUMPERE, PRAERUPI, PRAERUPTUS] : V break off;

[PRAERUPTUS, PRAERUPTA, PRAERUPTUM] : ADJ steep;

[PRAES, PRAEDIS] : N surety, bondsman;

[PRAESAEPE, PRAESAEPIS] : N crib, manger, stall (cattle/horses feed); brothel; haunt, lodging, home turf;

[PRAESAEPES, PRAESAEPIS] : N crib, manger, stall (cattle/horses feed); brothel; haunt, lodging, home turf;

[PRAESAEPIO, PRAESAEPIRE, PRAESAEPSI, PRAESAEPTUS] : V block up/fence in front;

[PRAESAEPIUM, PRAESAEPI(I)] : N crib, manger, stall (cattle/horses feed); brothel; haunt, lodging, home turf;

[PRAESAEPTUS, PRAESAEPTA, PRAESAEPTUM] : ADJ blocked;

[PRAESAGIO, PRAESAGIRE, PRAESAGIVI] : V have a presentiment (of); portend;

[PRAESAGIO] : to prophesy.

[PRAESAGITIO, PRAESAGITIONIS] : N foreboding, presentiment;

[PRAESAGIUM, PRAESAGI(I)] : N sense of foreboding; prognostication;

[PRAESAGIUM] : presentiment.

[PRAESAGUS, PRAESAGA, PRAESAGUM] : ADJ having a foreboding; ominous;

[PRAESAGUS] : prophetic.

[PRAESCIENTER] : ADV with foreknowledge, presciently;

[PRAESCIENTIA, PRAESCIENTIAE] : N foreknowledge, prescience;

[PRAESCIO, PRAESCERE, PRAESCIVI, PRAESCITUS] : V get to know/find out/learn beforehand;

[PRAESCIO] : to foreknow.

[PRAESCISCO, PRAESCISCERE, PRAESCI, PRAESCITUS] : V get to know/find out/learn beforehand;

[PRAESCITUM, PRAESCITI] : N foreknowledge; something known beforehand; a prognostication;

[PRAESCIUS, PRAESCIA, PRAESCIUM] : ADJ having foreknowledge, prescient;

[PRAESCRIBO, PRAESCRIBERE, PRAESCRIPSI, PRAESCRIPTUS] : V order, direct;

[PRAESCRIPTIO, PRAESCRIPTIONIS] : N preface/preamble/title/heading; preliminary; precept/rule; pretext/excuse/cover;

[PRAESCRIPTUM, PRAESCRIPTI] : N precept, rule; route;

[PRAESECO, PRAESECARE, PRAESECUI, PRAESECTUS] : V cut in front, cut;

[PRAESEGMEN, PRAESEGMINIS] : N paring;

[PRAESENS, (GEN.), PRAESENTIS] : ADJ present; at hand; existing; prompt, in person; propitious;

[PRAESENTARIE] : ADV in a moment;

[PRAESENTARIE] : ADV in a moment; promptly/quickly; instantly;

[PRAESENTARIUS, PRAESENTARIA, PRAESENTARIUM] : ADJ present; that is at hand; existing; prompt/quick/ready; that operates instantly;

[PRAESENTER] : ADV face to face; in the presence;

[PRAESENTIA PRESENTIA] : presence, presence of mind, effect, power.

[PRAESENTIA, PRAESENTIAE] : N present time; presence;

[PRAESENTIA] : presence, presence of mind, effect, power.

[PRAESENTIALIS, PRAESENTIALIS, PRAESENTIALE] : ADJ present; that is at hand; existing; prompt/quick/ready;

[PRAESENTIALITER] : ADV face to face; in the presence;

[PRAESENTIO, PRAESENTIRE, PRAESENSI, PRAESENSUS] : V feel or perceive beforehand; have a presentiment of;

[PRAESENTO, PRAESENTARE, PRAESENTAVI, PRAESENTATUS] : V present (to mind/senses), exibit (to view), show (oneself); hold out; hand to;

[PRAESEPE, PRAESEPIS] : N crib, manger, stall (cattle/horses feed); brothel; haunt, lodging, home turf;

[PRAESEPES, PRAESEPIS] : N crib, manger, stall (cattle/horses feed); brothel; haunt, lodging, home turf;

[PRAESEPIO, PRAESEPIRE, PRAESEPSI, PRAESEPTUS] : V block up/fence in front;

[PRAESEPIUM, PRAESEPI(I)] : N crib, manger, stall (cattle/horses feed); brothel; haunt, lodging, home turf;

[PRAESERTIM] : ADV especially; particularly;

[PRAESES, PRAESIDIS] : N protector; guard; guardian; defender; chief; president, governor, procurator;

[PRAESES] : guard.

[PRAESIDALIS, PRAESIDALIS, PRAESIDALE] : ADJ gubernatorial; of/belonging to the governor of a province;

[PRAESIDEO, PRAESIDERE, PRAESIDI] : V preside (over); guard, protect, defend; superintend;

[PRAESIDEO] : praesedi ; praesedere ; to sit before, preside, command.

[PRAESIDIALIS, PRAESIDIALIS, PRAESIDIALE] : ADJ gubernatorial; of/belonging to the governor of a province;

[PRAESIDIARIUS, PRAESIDIARIA, PRAESIDIARIUM] : ADJ on guard;

[PRAESIDIUM PRESIDIUM] : guard, garrison, detachment / protection.

[PRAESIDIUM, PRAESIDI(I)] : N protection; help; guard; garrison, detachment;

[PRAESIDIUM] : garrison troops, assistance, aid.

[PRAESIDIUM] : guard, garrison, detachment/ protection.

[PRAESIEO-SEDI-ERE] : to sit before, preside, command

[PRAESIGNIS, PRAESIGNIS, PRAESIGNE] : ADJ pre-eminent, outstanding;

[PRAESTABILIS, PRAESTABILIS, PRAESTABILE] : ADJ pre-eminent, distinguished, excellent;

[PRAESTANS PRESTANS] : excellent, distingished, imminent.

[PRAESTANS, (GEN.), PRAESTANTIS] : ADJ excellent, outstanding;

[PRAESTANS] : prestans ; excellent, distingished, imminent, superior.

[PRAESTANTIA PRESTANTIA] : superiority, excellence.

[PRAESTANTIA, PRAESTANTIAE] : N excellence, outstanding excellence, pre-eminence, superiority;

[PRAESTANTIA] : prestantia ; superiority, excellence.

[PRAESTAT, PRAESTARE, PRAESTIT] : V it is better;

[PRAESTATIO, PRAESTATIONIS] : N payment (money/goods/services obligated); warranty/immunity/guarentee (against);

[PRAESTATIO, PRAESTATIONIS] : N payment of money/goods/services; guarantee, warranty; action of guaranteeing;

[PRAESTIGIA, PRAESTIGIAE] : N deception (pl.), illusion, tricks; action to deceive/hoodwink; juggling (l+s);

[PRAESTIGIATOR, PRAESTIGIATORIS] : N trickster, one who practices deceit; juggler; imposter, cheat, deceiver (l+s);

[PRAESTIGIATOR] : impostor.

[PRAESTIGIUM, PRAESTIGII] : N delusion, illusion, tricks; magic (sax);

[PRAESTITUO, PRAESTITUERE, PRAESTITUI, PRAESTITUTUS] : V determine in advance;

[PRAESTO PRESTO] : to answer for, be responsible for.

[PRAESTO PRESTO] : to do, perform, display, fulfill, offer, present.

[PRAESTO, PRAESTARE, PRAESTITI, PRAESTITUS] : V excel, exhibit; keep; perform, discharge, fulfill;

[PRAESTO] : ADV at hand, ready;

[PRAESTO] : to stand before, be outstanding, excell, surpass, show.

[PRAESTOLATIO PRESTOLATIO] : the waiting for, expectation.

[PRAESTOLATIO, PRAESTOLATIONIS] : N expectation, waiting for;

[PRAESTOLOR, PRAESTOLARI, -, PRAESTOLATUS SUM] : V stand ready for, expect, wait for (w/dat or acc);

[PRAESTOLOR] : to wait for, stand ready.

[PRAESTRIGIA, PRAESTRIGIAE] : N deception (pl.), illusion, tricks; action to deceive/hoodwink; juggling (l+s);

[PRAESTRINGO, PRAESTRINGERE, PRAESTRINXI, PRAESTRICTUS] : V bind or tie up; graze, weaken, blunt;

[PRAESTRINGO] : to bind fast.

[PRAESTRUO, PRAESTRUERE, PRAESTRUXI, PRAESTRUCTUS] : V block up, contrive beforehand;

[PRAESUL PRESUL] : dancer / presider, protector, director.

[PRAESUL PRESUL] : dancer/ presider, protector, director.

[PRAESUL, PRAESULIS] : N patron/protector; prelate/bishop/church dignitary; dancer leading procession;

[PRAESULTO, PRAESULTARE, PRAESULTAVI, PRAESULTATUS] : V dance/leap before/in front of;

[PRAESUM PRESUM] : to be at the head of, be in charge of.

[PRAESUM, PRAEESSE, PRAEFUI, PRAEFUTURUS] : V be in charge/control/head (of) (w/dat); take the lead (in); be present (at);

[PRAESUM] : to be set over, preside over have charge of.

[PRAESUMO PRESUMO] : to anticipate, take for granted.

[PRAESUMO, PRAESUMERE, PRAESUMSI, PRAESUMPTUS] : V consume/perform/employ beforehand; anticipate; presuppose/presume/assume; dare;

[PRAESUMO, PRAESUMERE, PRAESUMPSI, PRAESUMPTUS] : V consume/perform/employ beforehand; anticipate; presuppose/presume/assume; dare;

[PRAESUMO] : to trust, venture, dare.

[PRAESUMPTIO, PRAESUMPTIONIS] : N presumption; anticipation of objection; stubborness; enjoying anticipation;

[PRAESUMPTIO] : audacity.

[PRAESUTUS, PRAESUTA, PRAESUTUM] : ADJ sewn over in front;

[PRAETENDO, PRAETENDERE, PRAETENDI, PRAETENTUS] : V stretch out; spread before; extend in front; allege in excuse;

[PRAETER] : PREP besides, except, contrary to; beyond (rank), in front of, before; more than;

[PRAETEREA CENSEO CARTHAGINEM ESSE DELENDAM. ] : PHRASE Furthermore, i believe carthage should be destroyed.

[PRAETEREA] : ADV besides, thereafter; in addition;

[PRAETEREA] : besides, moreover; hereafter

[PRAETEREA] : preterea ; besides, further, hereafter.

[PRAETEREO, PRAETERIRE, PRAETERIVI(II), PRAETERITUS] : V pass/go by; disregard/neglect/omit/miss; surpass/excel; go overdue; pass over;

[PRAETEREO] : pretereo ; to pass over, pass by, omit.

[PRAETERFLUO, PRAETERFLUERE,] : V flow past;

[PRAETERGREDIOR, PRAETERGREDI, -, PRAETERGRESSUS SUM] : V march or go past;

[PRAETERITUM, PRAETERITI] : N past (pl.); bygone events;

[PRAETERITUS, PRAETERITA, PRAETERITUM] : ADJ past;

[PRAETERITUS] : preteritus ; past.

[PRAETERLABOR, PRAETERLABI, -, PRAETERLAPSUS SUM] : V glide or slip past;

[PRAETERMISSIO] : pretermissio ; neglect, passing over, omission.

[PRAETERMITTO, PRAETERMITTERE, PRAETERMISI, PRAETERMISSUS] : V let pass; pass over; omit; overlook;

[PRAETERQUAM] : ADV except, besides;

[PRAETERQUAM] : PREP except, besides, beyond, contrary to;

[PRAETERVEHOR, PRAETERVEHI, -, PRAETERVECTUS SUM] : V sail by, pass by, ride by; to be born by;

[PRAETERVOLO, PRAETERVOLARE, PRAETERVOLAVI, PRAETERVOLATUS] : V fly past; slip by;

[PRAETEXO, PRAETEXERE, PRAETEXUI, PRAETEXTUS] : V weave in front, fringe; cloak (with); pretend;

[PRAETEXTA, PRAETEXTAE] : N toga bordered with purple worn by children over 16 and magistrates;

[PRAETEXTATUS, PRAETEXTATA, PRAETEXTATUM] : ADJ underage; juvenile; wearing a toga praetexta;

[PRAETEXTUS, PRAETEXTA, PRAETEXTUM] : ADJ bordered; (toga/p => high magistrates purple bordered toga); wearing a t/p;

[PRAETINCTUS, PRAETINCTA, PRAETINCTUM] : ADJ moistened beforehand;

[PRAETOR, PRAETORIS] : N praetor (official elected by the romans who served as a judge); abb. pr.;

[PRAETORGREDIOR] : pretergredior ; to pass betond, go beyond.

[PRAETORIANUS, PRAETORIANI] : N praetorian; soldier belonging to the praetorian cohorts/imperial bodyguard;

[PRAETORIANUS, PRAETORIANA, PRAETORIANUM] : ADJ praetorian; of/belonging to the praetorian cohorts/imperial bodyguard;

[PRAETORIUM, PRAETORI(I)] : N general's tent; headquarters; governor's residence, government house; palace;

[PRAETORIUS, PRAETORIA, PRAETORIUM] : ADJ praetorian; (porta praetoria => the praetorian gate, front gate of the camp);

[PRAETREPIDO, PRAETREPIDARE, PRAETREPIDAVI, PRAETREPIDATUS] : V to be hasty or impatient;

[PRAETREPIDO] : to be impatient, precipitate, hasty, eager.

[PRAETURA, PRAETURAE] : N praetorship;

[PRAETURA] : the office of praetor.

[PRAEUMBRO] : to cast in the shadow, overshadow, obscure, darken

[PRAEURO, PRAEURERE, PRAEUSSI, PRAEUSTUS] : V scorch at the extremity or on the surface;

[PRAEUSTUS, PRAEUSTA, PRAEUSTUM] : ADJ burnt at the end; hardened by burning;

[PRAEUSTUS] : burnt at the end, frostİbitten

[PRAEVALEO, PRAEVALERE, PRAEVALUI] : V prevail; have superior power/force/weight/influence/worth/efficacy (medicine);

[PRAEVALEO] : to prevail, have power.

[PRAEVALESCO] : to grow very strong.

[PRAEVALIDUS, PRAEVALIDA, PRAEVALIDUM] : ADJ very strong; strong in growth;

[PRAEVARICATIO, PRAEVARICATIONIS] : N collusion; transgression (plater);

[PRAEVARICATOR, PRAEVARICATORIS] : N an advocate guilty of collusion; transgressor (plater);

[PRAEVARICO, PRAEVARICARE, PRAEVARICAVI, PRAEVARICATUS] : V transgress, sin against; violate; be in collusion; be crooked/not upright;

[PRAEVARICOR, PRAEVARICARI, -, PRAEVARICATUS SUM] : V straddle; have secret understanding w/enemy, be in collusion; walk/be crooked;

[PRAEVARICOR, PRAEVARICARI, -, PRAEVARICATUS SUM] : V transgress, sin against; violate; be in collusion; be crooked/not upright;

[PRAEVARICOR] : to transgress.

[PRAEVEHOR, PRAEVEHI, -, PRAEVECTUS SUM] : V travel past or along;

[PRAEVEHOR] : to ride ahead, run ahead, pass, pass before.

[PRAEVENIO, PRAEVENERE, PRAEVENI, PRAEVENTUS] : V come before, outstrip;

[PRAEVENIO, PREVENIO] : to come before, anticipate.

[PRAEVENIO] : get the start of.

[PRAEVENIO] : to come before, anticipate.

[PRAEVENIO] : to get the start of/ to forestall, prevent, hinder.

[PRAEVERBIUM, PRAEVERBI(I)] : N prefix (gram.);

[PRAEVERTO, PRAEVERTERE, PRAEVERTI] : V anticipate; preoccupy, attend to first; outstrip, outrun;

[PRAEVIDEO, PRAEVIDERE, PRAEVIDI, PRAEVISUS] : V foresee, see in advance;

[PRAEVIDEO] : to foresee, see ahead, anticipate, expect/ take precautions.

[PRAEVITIO] : to suborn, corrupt.

[PRAEVIUS, PRAEVIA, PRAEVIUM] : ADJ going before, leading the way;

[PRAEVIUS] : going before, previous, former.

[PRAEVIUS] : previous, former.

[PRAEVOLO] : to fly ahead, fly in front of.

[PRAGMATICUS, PRAGMATICA, PRAGMATICUM] : ADJ skilled in business;

[PRAGMATICUS] : skilled in the matter at hand/ supplier of data.

[PRANDEO, PRANDERE, PRANDI, PRANSUS] : V eat one's morning or midday meal;

[PRANDIO] : to eat lunch.

[PRANDIUM, PRANDI(I)] : N lunch;

[PRANDIUM] : dinner, lunch.

[PRASINUS, PRASINA, PRASINUM] : ADJ leek-green;

[PRATENSIS, PRATENSIS, PRATENSE] : ADJ of a meadow;

[PRATULUM, PRATULI] : N little meadow;

[PRATUM, PRATI] : N meadow, meadowland; meadow grass/crop; broad expanse/field/plain (land/sea);

[PRATUM] : meadow, hay-field.

[PRATUS, PRATUS] : N meadow, meadowland; meadow grass/crop; broad expanse/field/plain (land/sea);

[PRATUS] : meadow.

[PRAVICORDIUS, PRAVICORDIA, PRAVICORDIUM] : ADJ evil-minded; mean-spirited; that has a depraved heart;

[PRAVICORS, (GEN.), PRAVICORDIS] : ADJ evil-minded; mean-spirited; that has a depraved heart;

[PRAVITAS, PRAVITATIS] : N bad condition; viciousness, perverseness, depravity;

[PRAVITAS] : crookedness, depravity, deformity, perversity.

[PRAVO, PRAVARE, PRAVAVI, PRAVATUS] : V misrule; be crooked/bad/vicious/evil/corrupt; bend;

[PRAVUS, PRAVA, PRAVUM] : ADJ crooked; misshapen, deformed; perverse, vicious, corrupt; faulty; bad;

[PRAVUS] : depraved, wicked, evil, perverse

[PRAVUS] : depraved, wicked, evil, perverse.

[PREAMBULA, PREAMBULAE] : N forerunner;

[PREAMBULUM, PREAMBULI] : N preamble; preface;

[PREAMBULUS, PREAMBULI] : N forerunner;

[PREAMBULUS, PREAMBULA, PREAMBULUM] : ADJ walking before; preceding (def); preparatory; preliminary (latham); pervious;

[PREBEO, PREBERE, PREBUI, PREBITUS] : V make available, supply, provide; be the cause, occasion, produce; render;

[PREBEO, PREBERE, PREBUI, PREBITUS] : V present/show/put forward; offer; expose physically oneself; expose/submit/allow;

[PRECARIUS, PRECARIA, PRECARIUM] : ADJ obtained by prayer; doubtful, precarious;

[PRECARIUS] : something obtained by begging or beseeching/ uncertain.

[PRECATIO, PRECATIONIS] : N prayer, supplication;

[PRECATIO] : begging, prayer, request.

[PRECATUS] : prayer, beseeching.

[PRECIA, PRECIAE] : N kind of vine (pl.);

[PRECIPIO] : to anticipate, instruct, advise, warn.

[PRECIPUE] : chiefly, especially, particularly.

[PRECIPUE] : especially, particularly, chiefly.

[PRECIPUUS] : excellent, distinguished, special, extraordinary.

[precis] request, entreaty, prayer.

[PRECOR, PRECARI, -, PRECATUS SUM] : V beg/implore/entreat; wish/pray for/to; pray, supplicate, beseech;

[PRECOR] : to beseech, pray, beg, entreat, invoke.

[PRECOR] : to pray, beg, entreat, invoke.

[PREDICTUS, PREDICTA, PREDICTUM] : ADJ preceding, previously named, afore mentioned; predicted, foretold, warned;

[PREHENDO, PREHENDERE, PREHENDIDI, PREHENDITUS] : V catch/capture; take hold of/possession of/in hand, arrest; occupy; seize/grasp;

[PREHENDO, PREHENDERE, PREHENDI, PREHENSUS] : V catch up with; reach shore/harbor; understand, comprehend; get a grip on;

[PREHENDO, PREHENDERE, PREHENDI, PREHENSUS] : V catch/capture; take hold of/possession of/in hand, arrest; occupy; seize/grasp;

[PREHENDO, PREHENDERE, PREHENDIDI, PREHENDITUS] : V catch up with; reach shore/harbor; understand, comprehend; get a grip on;

[PREHENDO] : to seize, snatch, grasp, detain, arrest.

[PREHENSO, PREHENSARE, PREHENSAVI, PREHENSATUS] : V grasp/clutch at/constantly; lay hold of; accost/buttonhole; canvass, solicit;

[PREHENSO] : to grab, snatch at, seize.

[PRELUM, PRELI] : N wine or oil-press;

[PRELUM] : oliveİpress.

[premi, pressum] squeeze, press down, strike down.

[PREMO PRESSI PRESSUM] : to squeeze, press down, strike down.

[PREMO, PREMERE, PRESSI, PRESSUS] : V press, press hard, pursue; oppress; overwhelm;

[PREMO] : squeeze, press down, strike down.

[PREMO] : to weigh down, stifle, overwhelm.

[PRENDA] : booty, loot, stolen goods.

[PRENDO, PRENDERE, PRENDIDI, PRENDITUS] : V catch, take hold of; arrest, capture; reach; understand; seize, grasp; occupy;

[PRENDO, PRENDERE, PRENDI, PRENSUS] : V catch up with; reach shore/harbor; understand, comprehend; get a grip on;

[PRENDO, PRENDERE, PRENDI, PRENSUS] : V catch/capture; take hold of/possession of/in hand, arrest; occupy; seize/grasp;

[PRENDO] : to seize, snatch, grasp, detain, arrest.

[PRENSO, PRENSARE, PRENSAVI, PRENSATUS] : V grasp/clutch at/constantly; lay hold of; accost/buttonhole; canvass, solicit;

[PRENSO] : to grab, snatch at, seize.

[PREOCCUPO] : to attack first, take, vex, occupy.

[PREOCCUPO] : to block, prevent, frustrate.

[PREPOSITUS] : reeve, steward, provost, prior, abbot.

[PREPOSITUS] : reeve, steward, provost, prior, abbot

[PRESBYTER, PRESBYTERI] : N elder/presbyter (in christian church); priest;

[PRESBYTERISSA, PRESBYTERISSAE] : N presbyter (female), elder widow/matron devoted to church service (an order);

[PRESBYTERIUM, PRESBYTERII] : N assembly of elders/presbyters; priest's house?;

[PRESBYTERUS, PRESBYTERUS] : N office of elder/presbyter (in christian church); or of priest, priesthood;

[PRESERTIM PRAESERTIM] : especially, chiefly.

[PRESERTIM PRAESERTIM] : especially, chiefly

[PRESSO, PRESSARE, PRESSAVI, PRESSATUS] : V press, squeeze;

[PRESSO] : to conceal.

[PRESSUS, PRESSA, PRESSUM] : ADJ firmly planted, deliberate;

[PRESTER, PRESTERIS] : N fiery whirlwind or a waterspout;

[PRETEREO] : to go by, pass by, escape.

[pretergredior] ; to pass betond, go beyond.

[PRETIOSOUS] : precious, costly, expensive/ extravagant

[PRETIOSUS, PRETIOSA -UM, PRETIOSIOR -OR -US, PRETIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ of great value, expensive, costly, precious; rich in;

[PRETIUM, PRETI(I)] : N price; reward; worth; pay;

[PRETIUM] : price, vaue, reward.

[PRETIUM] : price, value, reward.

[PREVENIRE] : to come to, go before hand, attend.

[PREX PRECIS] : request, entreaty, prayer.

[PREX, PRECIS] : N prayer, request;

[PRIDEM] : ADV some time ago, previously;

[PRIDEM] : in time past, long ago, once upon a time.

[PRIDIANUM, PRIDIANI] : N annual register of the total strength of a unit; (taken on 31 december); prim

[PRIDIANUS, PRIDIANA, PRIDIANUM] : ADJ of the day before;

[PRIDIE] : ADV the day before;

[PRIDIE] : on the day before.

[PRIDILE] : ADV the day before;

[PRIM] : NUM first, the very first; the first part; foremost, fore; chiefly;

[PRIMA FACIE ] : PHRASE at first sight

[PRIMAEVA] : youthful.

[PRIMAEVUS, PRIMAEVA, PRIMAEVUM] : ADJ youthful;

[PRIMANUS, PRIMANI] : N soldiers (pl.) of the first legion;

[PRIMARIUS, PRIMARIA, PRIMARIUM] : ADJ in the first rank, distinguished;

[PRIMARIUS] : in the first rank, distinguished, topİnotch.

[PRIMAS, (GEN.), PRIMATIS] : ADJ noble; of the highest rank; principle;

[PRIMATUS, PRIMATUS] : N supremacy; first place;

[PRIMICIA] : first fruits

[PRIMIGENIUS, PRIMIGENIA, PRIMIGENIUM] : ADJ first born; original, primitive; serving as root for derivatives (gram.);

[PRIMIGENUS, PRIMIGENA, PRIMIGENUM] : ADJ original, primitive;

[PRIMIGENUS] : original, unique/ primitive.

[PRIMIPILUS, PRIMIPILI] : N first centurion;

[PRIMIPILUS, PRIMIPILI] : N (primipilus/primi pili centurio => first/primary/chief centurion of a legion);

[PRIMITIA, PRIMITIAE] : N first-fruits (pl.), first offerings; beginnings; (a ~ => from the beginning);

[PRIMITIAE] : first fruits.

[PRIMITIVUS, PRIMITIVA, PRIMITIVUM] : ADJ early; first formed;

[PRIMITUS] : ADV at first; to begin with; for the first time; originally; in the beginning;

[PRIMITUS] : first, for the first time.

[PRIMO] : ADV at first; in the first place; at the beginning;

[PRIMO] : first, at first, at the beginning, at the start.

[PRIMOGENITALIS, PRIMOGENITALIS, PRIMOGENITALE] : ADJ original, first of all (in origin);

[PRIMOGENITUM, PRIMOGENITI] : N birth-right, right of the first-born/oldest (chlid);

[PRIMOGENITUS, PRIMOGENITA, PRIMOGENITUM] : ADJ first-born; oldest (chlid);

[PRIMOGENIUS, PRIMOGENIA, PRIMOGENIUM] : ADJ first born; original, primitive; serving as root for derivatives (gram.);

[PRIMOPILUS, PRIMOPILI] : N senior centurion of a legion;

[PRIMORDIA] : atoms

[PRIMORDIA] : atoms.

[PRIMORDIUM, PRIMORDI(I)] : N first beginning, origin, commencement, beginnings;

[PRIMORDIUM] : first beginning, origin.

[PRIMORDIUM] : first beginning, origin

[PRIMORIS, PRIMORIS, PRIMORE] : ADJ first; foremost, extreme;

[PRIMORIS, PRIMORIS] : N nobles (pl.), men of the first rank;

[PRIMORIS] : first, foremost/ most distinguished, first.

[PRIMORIS] : first, foremost, at the top, uppermost.

[PRIMORIS] : first, foremost / most distinguished, first.

[PRIMORIS] : first, foremost, at the top, uppermost

[PRIMUM EST NON NOCERE. ] : PHRASE First of all, do no harm.

[PRIMUM MOBILE ] : PHRASE first moving thing

[PRIMUM] : ADV at first; in the first place;

[PRIMUM] : at first, for the first time, in the first place.

[PRIMUM] : quam primum ; as soon as possible.

[PRIMUS INTER PARES. ] : PHRASE First among equals.

[PRIMUS, PRIMA, PRIMUM] : ADJ first, foremost/best, chief, principal; nearest/next; (in primis => especially);

[PRIMUS, PRIMI] : N chiefs (pl.), nobles;

[PRIMUS] : chief.

[PRINCEPS, (GEN.), PRINCIPIS] : ADJ first, foremost;

[PRINCEPS, PRINCIPIS] : N leader, first man;

[PRINCEPS] : chief, prince.

[PRINCEPS] : leader, prince, preeminent person, magnate, prince.

[PRINCIPALIS, PRINCIPALIS, PRINCIPALE] : ADJ chief, principal;

[PRINCIPALIS] : first in importance, first in time.

[PRINCIPALITAS] : superiority, preeminence, excellence.

[PRINCIPALITER] : ADV primarily/principally/in first place; directly/without intermediary; imperially;

[PRINCIPARI] : (deponent) to rule, reign, govern, dominate

[PRINCIPATUS, PRINCIPATUS] : N first place; rule; leadership; supremacy; chief command;

[PRINCIPATUS] : rule, dominion, pre-eminence, first place.

[PRINCIPIALIS] : original, archetypical.

[PRINCIPIO] : to start, begin, commence, set out

[PRINCIPIUM, PRINCIPI(I)] : N beginning;

[PRINCIPIUM] : beginning/ principle.

[PRINCIPIUM] : beginning.

[PRINCIPOR, PRINCIPARI, -, PRINCIPATUS SUM] : V rule; rule over (w/gen/dat) (souter);

[PRINCIPOR] : to rule.

[PRINUS, PRINI] : N holm-oak, great scarlet oak; evergreen oak (vulgate susanna 1] : 58);

[PRIOR, PRIOR, PRIUS] : ADJ ahead, in front, leading; previous, earlier, preceding, prior; former; basic;

[PRIOR, PRIORIS] : N superior/elder monk; (later) second in dignity to abbot/head of priory, prior;

[PRIOR, PRIORIS] : N ancestors (pl.), forefathers, predecessors, people of an earlier time;

[PRIOR] : prius ; former, prior.

[PRIORES] : um ; forefathers, ancestors.

[PRISCUS, PRISCA, PRISCUM] : ADJ ancient, early, former;

[PRISCUS] : ancient, antique, former, old days, venerable.

[PRISTINUS, PRISTINA, PRISTINUM] : ADJ former, oldtime, original; pristine;

[PRISTINUS] : former, venerable, ancient.

[PRISTIS, PRISTIS] : N sea monster; whale; sawfish; light oared vessel;

[PRIUS, PRIORIS] : N earlier times/events/actions; a logically prior proposition

[PRIUS] : ADV earlier, before, previously, first;

[PRIUS] : before, formerely.

[PRIUSQUAM] : (conj.) before.

[PRIUSQUAM] : CONJ before; until; sooner than;

[PRIVATIM] : ADV in private; as a private citizen;

[PRIVATUS, PRIVATA, PRIVATUM] : ADJ private; personal; ordinary;

[PRIVATUS, PRIVATI] : N private citizen;

[PRIVATUS] : deprived, released.

[PRIVATUS] : private, unofficial, a private person.

[PRIVIGNA, PRIVIGNAE] : N stepdaughter;

[PRIVIGNA] : step-daughter.

[PRIVIGNUS, PRIVIGNI] : N stepson;

[PRIVILEGIUM, PRIVILEGI(I)] : N law in favor of/against specific individual; (claim of) special right/privilege;

[PRIVO, PRIVARE, PRIVAVI, PRIVATUS] : V deprive, rob, free;

[PRIVO] : to deprive

[PRIVO] : to rob, deliver, deprive.

[PRIVUS, PRIVA, PRIVUM] : ADJ one's own, private; separate, single;

[PRIVUS] : (with gen.) deprived of.

[PRO EO] : because of the fact, because, for this reason.

[PRO EO] : because of the fact, because, for this reason..

[PRO HAEC VICE ] : PHRASE for this occasion (only)

[PRO] : (+ abl.) in front of, before/ on behalf of, for.

[PRO] : (+ abl.) in front of, before / on behalf of, for.

[PRO] : (+ abl.) in return for, instead of / for, as.

[PRO] : (+ abl.) in return for, instead of/ for, as.

[PRO] : PREP ABL on behalf of; before; in front/instead of; for; about; according to; as, like;

[PROAVIA, PROAVIAE] : N great-grandmother;

[PROAVITUS, PROAVITA, PROAVITUM] : ADJ ancestral;

[PROAVUS, PROAVI] : N great-grandfather; remote ancestor;

[PROAVUS] : great-grandfather.

[PROBABIL, PROBABILIS] : N probablity; appearance of truth;

[PROBABILIS, PROBABILE, PROBABILIOR -OR -US, PROBABILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ commendable/admirable; justifiable; plausible/credible/demonstratable; probable;

[PROBABILIS] : credible.

[PROBABILITER, PROBABILIUS, PROBABILISSIME] : ADV commendably, worthy of approval; plausibly/credibly; probably;

[PROBABILITER] : with credibility.

[PROBATIO, PROBATIONIS] : N approval; testing/inspection/passing; criterion, test; proof; evidence;

[PROBATOR, PROBATORIS] : N one who approves;

[PROBATUR] : from probo-are, to judge, test, examine

[PROBATUR] : from probo-are, to judge, test, examine.

[PROBATUS] : approved.

[PROBE] : ADV properly, rightly;

[PROBITAS, PROBITATIS] : N uprightness, honesty, probity;

[PROBITAS] : liberality.

[PROBITAS] : probity, uprightness, honesty.

[PROBLEMA, PROBLEMATIS] : N problems, questions for debate/academic discussion (pl.); enigma/riddle/puzzle (

[PROBLEMATICUM, PROBLEMATICI] : N problems, cases set forth as problems (pl.);

[PROBLEMATICUS, PROBLEMATICA, PROBLEMATICUM] : ADJ problematic;

[PROBLEMATUM, PROBLEMATI] : N problems, questions for debate/academic discussion (pl.); enigma/riddle/puzzle (

[PROBO, PROBARE, PROBAVI, PROBATUS] : V approve (of), esteem/commend/recommend/certify; give assent/approval/sanction;

[PROBO, PROBARE, PROBAVI, PROBATUS] : V let; show to be real/true; examine/test/try/prove/demonstrate; get accepted;

[PROBO] : to show, prove, demonstrate, approve, find good, judge.

[PROBROSUS, PROBROSA, PROBROSUM] : ADJ shameful; disreputable;

[PROBRUM, PROBRI] : N disgrace; abuse, insult; disgrace, shame;

[PROBRUM] : reproach, abuse.

[PROBUS, PROBA, PROBUM] : ADJ good, honest;

[PROBUS] : upright, liberal, generous.

[PROCAX, (GEN.), PROCACIS] : ADJ pushing, impudent; undisciplined; frivolous;

[PROCAX] : brash.

[PROCEDO, PROCEDERE, PROCESSI, PROCESSUS] : V proceed; advance; appear;

[PROCEDO] : to go ahead, proceed, advance, continue.

[PROCEDO] : to go out, come out / result, prosper / turn out well.

[PROCEDO] : to go out, come out/ result, prosper/ turn out well.

[PROCELLA, PROCELLAE] : N storm, gale; tumult, commotion;

[PROCELLA] : storm, tempest, gale; (milit) charge, onset, wave.

[PROCELLA] : tempest.

[PROCELLOSUS, PROCELLOSA, PROCELLOSUM] : ADJ stormy, boisterous;

[PROCELLOSUS] : tempestuous.

[PROCER, PROCERI] : N great man, nobleman;

[PROCER, PROCERIS] : N nobles (pl.), chiefs, princes; leading men of the country/society/profession;

[PROCER] : chief noble, prince.

[PROCERE, PROCERIUS, PROCERISSIME] : ADV far, to a great distance; extensively (comp);

[PROCERES] : prelates, chiefs, magnates.

[PROCERITAS] : height.

[PROCERUS, PROCERA -UM, PROCERIOR -OR -US, PROCERISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ tall; long; high, lofty, upraised; grown/extended to great height/length;

[PROCERUS] : tall.

[PROCESSUS, PROCESSUS] : N advance, progress;

[PROCESSUS] : procession, progress.

[PROCIDO, PROCIDERE, PROCIDI] : V fall prostrate, collapse;

[PROCIDO] : to fall prostrate.

[PROCIEDO, PROCIEDERE, PROCESSI, PROCESSUS] : V go forward, proceed; advance;

[PROCINCTUS, PROCINCTUS] : N readiness for battle;

[PROCLAMO, PROCLAMARE, PROCLAMAVI, PROCLAMATUS] : V call/cry out, raise an outcry; appeal noisily; take claim to court; proclaim;

[PROCLINO, PROCLINARE, PROCLINAVI, PROCLINATUS] : V tilt forward; cause to totter;

[PROCLIVIA] : slopes.

[PROCLIVIS, PROCLIVIS, PROCLIVE] : ADJ sloping down; downward; prone (to); easy;

[PROCLIVUS, PROCLIVA, PROCLIVUM] : ADJ inclined forward, sloping downwards; inclined, ready;

[PROCLIVUS] : inclined, ready.

[PROCO, PROCARE, PROCORAVI, PROCORATUS] : V urge/press (w/commands/suits);woo, importune for one's hand; ask/demand (l+s);

[PROCONSUL, PROCONSULIS] : N proconsul, governor of a province;

[PROCONSULARIS, PROCONSULARIS, PROCONSULARE] : ADJ proconsular;

[PROCOR, PROCARI, -, PROCORATUS SUM] : V urge/press (w/commands/suits);woo, importune for one's hand; ask/demand (l+s);

[PROCRASTINO, PROCRASTINARE, PROCRASTINAVI, PROCRASTINATUS] : V put off till the next day, postpone; delay;

[PROCREO, PROCREARE, PROCREAVI, PROCREATUS] : V bring into existence, beget, procreate; produce, create;

[PROCREO] : to beget.

[PROCRESCO, PROCRESCERE,] : V grow on to maturity, grow larger;

[PROCUBO, PROCUBARE, PROCUBUI, PROCUBITUS] : V lie outstretched;

[PROCUDO, PROCUDERE, PROCUDI, PROCUSUS] : V forge, hammer out, beat out;

[PROCUL] : ADV at a distance, far off;

[PROCUL] : far off

[PROCUL] : far, at, to, from a distance.

[PROCULCO, PROCULCARE, PROCULCAVI, PROCULCATUS] : V trample on;

[PROCUMBO, PROCUMBERE, PROCUBUI, PROCUBITUS] : V sink down, lie down, lean forward;

[PROCURATIO, PROCURATIONIS] : N management; administration; charge, responsibility;

[PROCURATIO] : management, administration, diretion, supervision.

[PROCURATOR, PROCURATORIS] : N manager, overseer; agent, deputy;

[PROCURATOR] : manager, bailiff, agent.

[PROCURO, PROCURARE, PROCURAVI, PROCURATUS] : V manage; administer; attend to;

[PROCURO] : to take care of, manage

[PROCURO] : to take care of, manage.

[PROCURRO, PROCURRERE, PROCURRI, PROCURSUS] : V run out ahead; jut out;

[PROCURRO, PROCURRERE, PROCUCURRI, PROCURSUS] : V run out ahead, run forward, advance; jut out;

[PROCURSATIO, PROCURSATIONIS] : N sudden charge, sally;

[PROCURSO, PROCURSARE, PROCURSAVI, PROCURSATUS] : V run frequently forward, dash out;

[PROCURSUS, PROCURSUS] : N forward movement; outbreak;

[PROCURVUS, PROCURVA, PROCURVUM] : ADJ curved outwards or forwards;

[PROCUS, PROCI] : N wooer, gigolo. suitor; canvasser; noble;

[PRODEO, PRODIRE, PRODIVI(II), PRODITUS] : V go/come forth/out, advance; appear; sprout/spring up; issue/extend/project;

[PRODEO] : to advance, go forward, appear, go forth, sally forth.

[PRODICO, PRODICERE, PRODIXI, PRODICTUS] : V give notice of or fix a day;

[PRODICO] : to put off, delay.

[PRODIGENTIA] : profusion, prodigiality.

[PRODIGIALITER] : amazingly, wonderfully.

[PRODIGIOSUS, PRODIGIOSA, PRODIGIOSUM] : ADJ freakish; prodigious;

[PRODIGIOSUS] : unnatural, wonderful, miraculous, amazing.

[PRODIGIUM, PRODIGI(I)] : N portent; prodigy, wonder;

[PRODIGIUM] : prodigy, portent/ monster, unnatural thing.

[PRODIGIUM] : prodigy, portent / monster, unnatural thing.

[PRODIGO, PRODIGERE, PRODEGI, PRODACTUS] : V drive forth/out; get rid of; use up, consume; waste/dissipate/squander; lavish;

[PRODIGO] : drive forth, waste, spend, expend.

[PRODIGUS, PRODIGA, PRODIGUM] : ADJ wasteful, lavish, prodigal;

[PRODIGUS] : lavish.

[PRODIGUS] : rich, extravagant, abound in, profuse.

[PRODIO, PRODIERE,] : V go/come forth/forward/out; appear, spring up; advance/proceed; extend, project;

[PRODIO, PRODIRE, PRODIVI, PRODITUS] : V go/come forth/out, advance; appear; sprout/spring up; issue/extend/project;

[PRODITIO, PRODITIONIS] : N treason, betrayal;

[PRODITIO] : betrayal, treason

[PRODITIO] : treason, betrayal.

[PRODITOR, PRODITORIS] : N traitor;

[PRODITOR] : traitor, betrayer.

[PRODITUS] : treachery.

[PRODO, PRODERE, PRODIDI, PRODITUS] : V institute; extend, prolong; hand down (lore); publish/record, reveal, uncover;

[PRODO, PRODERE, PRODIDI, PRODITUS] : V project, thrust forward; bring forth, produce, give birth to; create; nominate;

[PRODO, PRODERE, PRODIDI, PRODITUS] : V put out; assert; betray; give up, abandon, forsake;

[PRODO] : deliver, transmit, hand over, disclose.

[PRODO] : deliver, transmit, hand over.

[PRODO] : publish, bring forth, appoint / abandon, betray.

[PRODO] : publish, bring forth, appoint/ abandon, betray.

[PRODOCEO] : teach, inculcate, indoctrinate.

[PRODROMUS, PRODROMI] : N forerunner;

[PRODROMUS] : forerunner.

[PRODROMUS] : forerunner

[PRODUCO, PRODUCERE, PRODUXI, PRODUCTUS] : V lead forward, bring out; reveal; induce; promote; stretch out; prolong; bury;

[PRODUCO] : to bring into the world.

[PRODUCTO PRODUXI PRODUCTUM] : produce, bring forward, bring out.

[PRODUCTO PRODUXI PRODUCTUM] : promote, divulge, bring to light.

[PRODUCTO, PRODUCTARE,] : V prolong; throw before, interpose;

[PROELIATOR PRELIATOR] : fighter, warrior, combatant

[PROELIATOR PRELIATOR] : fighter, warrior, combatant.

[PROELIATOR] : warrior.

[PROELIOR, PROELIARI, -, PROELIATUS SUM] : V fight;

[PROELIOR] : to fight, do battle (deponent).

[PROELIUM, PROELI(I)] : N battle;

[PROELIUM] : battle.

[PROFANO, PROFANARE, PROFANAVI, PROFANATUS] : V desecrate, profane;

[PROFANO] : profane, desecrate.

[PROFANO] : to violate.

[PROFANUS, PROFANA, PROFANUM] : ADJ secular, profane; not initiated; impious;

[PROFANUS] : not sacred, uninitiated, ordinary, common, impious.

[PROFANUS] : wicked.

[PROFECTIO, PROFECTIONIS] : N departure;

[PROFECTIO] : departure.

[PROFECTIO] : departure, source, origin.

[PROFECTO] : ADV surely, certainly;

[PROFECTO] : truly, really, indeed.

[PROFECTUS, PROFECTUS] : N progress, success;

[PROFERO, PROFERRE, PROTULI, PROLATUS] : V bring forward; advance; defer; discover; mention;

[PROFERO] : to carry out, bring forth/ advance, impell/ cite, mention.

[PROFERO] : to enlarge, extend/ delay, postpone

[PROFERO] : to enlarge, extend/ delay, postpone.

[PROFERO] : to reveal, proffer.

[PROFESSIO, PROFESSIONIS] : N declaration/avowal/profession; formal declaration/return; profession/occupation;

[PROFESSIO] : declaration, profession/ trade, art, craft, profession.

[PROFESSIO] : monastic rule.

[PROFESSIO] : monastic profession of vows/ oath of canonical obedience.

[PROFESSOR] : authority, expert.

[PROFESSORIUS, PROFESSORIA, PROFESSORIUM] : ADJ authoritative;

[PROFESSORIUS] : authoritative.

[PROFESSUS] : having professed monastic vows.

[PROFESTUS, PROFESTA, PROFESTUM] : ADJ not kept as a holiday, common, ordinary;

[PROFICIO, PROFICERE, PROFECI, PROFECTUS] : V make, accomplish, effect;

[PROFICIO] : to go on, be advantageous, accomplish.

[PROFICIO] : to make progress, advance.

[PROFICISCOR, PROFICISCI, -, PROFECTUS SUM] : V depart, set out; proceed;

[PROFICISCOR] : to depart, set out, to start forward, to arise.

[PROFICISCOR] : to travel, march.

[PROFICUUS, PROFICUA, PROFICUUM] : ADJ beneficial, advantageous; conducive;

[PROFICUUS] : proficiscor ; to start forward, set out, depart, arise.

[PROFITEOR, PROFITERI, -, PROFESSUS SUM] : V declare;profess;

[PROFITEOR] : to acknowledge, confess/ offer, promise.

[PROFITEOR] : to acknowledge, confess / offer, promise.

[PROFITEOR] : to confess (one's sins), to take a monastic oath.

[PROFITEOR] : to declare publicly, profess.

[PROFITEOR] : to make a public statement/ to declare oneself.

[PROFITEOR] : to make a public statement / to declare oneself.

[PROFLIGATUS, PROFLIGATA, PROFLIGATUM] : ADJ profligate, depraved;

[PROFLIGO, PROFLIGARE, PROFLIGAVI, PROFLIGATUS] : V overthrow, rout;

[PROFLO, PROFLARE, PROFLAVI, PROFLATUS] : V blow out, exhale;

[PROFLUO, PROFLUERE, PROFLUXI, PROFLUCTUS] : V flow forth or along; emanate (from);

[PROFLUUS, PROFLUA, PROFLUUM] : ADJ flowing forth; flowing, streaming;

[PROFLUVIUM, PROFLUVII] : N flowing forth;

[PROFOR PROFARI PROFATUS] : to speak out.

[PROFOR, PROFARI, -, PROFATUS SUM] : V speak out;

[PROFOR] : profari ; profatus ; to speak out.

[PROFUGIO, PROFUGERE, PROFUGI] : V escape, escape from; run away from;

[PROFUGUS, PROFUGA, PROFUGUM] : ADJ fugitive; runaway; refugee;

[PROFUGUS] : fleeing, fugitive, banished, migratory.

[PROFUNDO FROFUI PROFUSUM] : to pour forth, gush, stream.

[PROFUNDO, PROFUNDERE, PROFUDI, PROFUSUS] : V pour, pour out; utter; squander;

[PROFUNDO] : profui ; profusum ; to pour forth, gush, stream.

[PROFUNDUM, PROFUNDI] : N depths, abyss, chasm; boundless expanse;

[PROFUNDUM] : a depth, abyss, chasm/ the sea.

[PROFUNDUM] : a depth, abyss, chasm / the sea.

[PROFUNDUS, PROFUNDA, PROFUNDUM] : ADJ deep, profound; boundless; insatiable;

[PROFUNDUS] : deep, profound, high, thick, dense, boundless.

[PROFUSIUS] : profusely.

[PROFUSUS, PROFUSA, PROFUSUM] : ADJ excessive; lavish; extravagant;

[PROFUTURUS] : beneficial.

[PROGAGUS] : offspring.

[PROGENER] : husband of a grand-daughter.

[PROGENERO, PROGENERARE, PROGENERAVI, PROGENERATUS] : V to engender, produce;

[PROGENERO] : to produce, engender.

[PROGENIERUM] : from generation to generation.

[PROGENIES, PROGENIEI] : N race, family, progeny;

[PROGENIES] : descent, lineage, progeny, offspring, descendants.

[PROGENITOR, PROGENITORIS] : N ancestor;

[PROGENITOR] : founder of a family, ancestor.

[PROGENITUS] : descended.

[PROGIGNO PROGENUI PROGENITUM] : to engender, briing forth.

[PROGIGNO, PROGIGNERE, PROGIGNUI, PROGIGNITUS] : V beget; produce;

[PROGIGNO] : progenui ; progenitum ; to engender, bring forth.

[PROGNATUS, PROGNATA, PROGNATUM] : ADJ sprung from; descended;

[PROGNATUS] : born, sprung from / son.

[PROGNATUS] : born, sprung from/ son.

[PROGREDIOR, PROGREDI, -, PROGRESSUS SUM] : V go, come forth, go forward, march forward; advance. proceed. make progress;

[PROGREDIOR] : to go forth, advance, proceed, go out.

[PROGREDIOR] : to march forward.

[PROGRESSUS, PROGRESSUS] : N advance, progress;

[PROGYMNASMA, PROGYMNASMAE] : N essay; exercise (erasmus);

[PROH] : ah!.

[PROHEMIUM, PROHEMII] : N preface, introduction, preamble; beginning, prelude; overature (music);

[PROHIBEO, PROHIBERE, PROHIBUI, PROHIBITUS] : V hinder, restrain; forbid, prevent;

[PROHIBEO] : to hold back, withhold, restrain.

[PROHIBEO] : to prevent, hinder, restrain, prohibit, forbid.

[PROHIBITIO] : prohibition, restrain, forbidding.

[PROHOEMIUM, PROHOEMII] : N preface, introduction, preamble; beginning, prelude; overature (music);

[PROICIO, PROICERE, PROJECI, PROJECTUS] : V throw down, throw out; abandon; throw away;

[PROICIO] : to throw forth, fling, abandon.

[PROIN] : ADV hence, so then; according to/in the same manner/degree/proportion (as/in which);

[PROINDE QUASI] : proinde ac si ; just as if.

[PROINDE UT] : proinde quam ; just as.

[PROINDE] : ADV hence, so then; according to/in the same manner/degree/proportion (as/in which);

[PROINDE] : adv. consequently, therefore; just as

[PROINDE] : consequently, therefore, as a result.

[PROJECTILIS, PROJECTILIS] : N projectile;

[PROJECTUS, PROJECTA, PROJECTUM] : ADJ jutting out, projecting; precipitate; abject, groveling;

[PROJICIO, PROJICERE, PROJECI, PROJECTUS] : V throw down, throw out; abandon; throw away;

[PROLABOR, PROLABI, -, PROLAPSUS SUM] : V glide or slip forwards, fall into decay, go to ruin; collapse;

[PROLABOR] : to slide forward, slip forward, fall forward, fall down.

[PROLAPSIO] : a slipping or sliding.

[PROLATIO, PROLATIONIS] : N postponement; enlargement;

[PROLATIO] : a bringing forward, mentioning / extension / deferring.

[PROLATIO] : a bringing forward, mentioning/ extension/ deferring.

[PROLATO, PROLATARE, PROLATAVI, PROLATATUS] : V lengthen, enlarge; prolong; put off, defer;

[PROLATO] : to enlarge, lengthen, extend / put off, defer.

[PROLATO] : to enlarge, lengthen, extend/ put off, defer.

[PROLECTO, PROLECTARE, PROLECTAVI, PROLECTATUS] : V lure, entice;

[PROLECTO] : to entice, allure.

[PROLES, PROLIS] : N offspring, descendant;

[PROLES] : descendant, progeny.

[PROLES] : offspring, descendants, posterity, (plants ; fruit).

[PROLETARIUS, PROLETARII] : N citizen of the lowest class, serving the state only by fathering children;

[PROLETARIUS, PROLETARIA, PROLETARIUM] : ADJ of the lowest class, serving the state only by fathering children;

[PROLETARIUS] : a citizen of the lowest rank.

[PROLICIO PROLIXI] : to lure forth, entice.

[PROLICIO, PROLICERE,] : V lure forward, lead on;

[PROLIX] : long, stretching.

[PROLIXE, PROLIXIUS, PROLIXISSIME] : ADV so as to extend a long way in space; at length, in detail; in large quanity;

[PROLIXE, PROLIXIUS, PROLIXISSIME] : ADV amply; lavishly, generously, wholeheartedly, without let/skimping/reserve;

[PROLIXITAS, PROLIXITATIS] : N extent; extention in space, elongatedness; extension in time, long duration;

[PROLIXO, PROLIXARE,] : V extend in space; elongate;

[PROLIXUS, PROLIXA -UM, PROLIXIOR -OR -US, PROLIXISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ luxuriant, extensive (growth); big/tall (man); generous; running smoothly;

[PROLIXUS, PROLIXA -UM, PROLIXIOR -OR -US, PROLIXISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ lengthly/copious (writings); extended, wide; long, drawn-out; ample/abundent;

[PROLIXUS] : wide, broad, long / willing, obliging, favorable.

[PROLIXUS] : wide, broad, long/ willing, obliging, favorable.

[PROLOGUS, PROLOGI] : N prologue;

[PROLONGO, PROLONGARE, PROLONGAVI, PROLONGATUS] : V prolong, extend, lengthen;

[PROLOQUIUM] : assertion, utterance.

[PROLOQUOR, PROLOQUI, -, PROLOCUTUS SUM] : V speak out;

[PROLOQUOR] : to speak out, declare openly.

[PROLUDO, PROLUDERE, PROLUSI, PROLUSUS] : V carry out preliminary exercises before a fight; rehearse for;

[PROLUO PROLU PROLUTUM] : to wash away, wash clean.

[PROLUO, PROLUERE, PROLUI, PROLUTUS] : V wash out; wash away; wash up; purify;

[PROLUSIO] : preliminary exercise, prelude.

[PROLUVIER] : innundation / scouring / discharge.

[PROLUVIER] : innundation/ scouring/ discharge.

[PROLUVIES, PROLUVIEI] : N overflow, flood; bodily discharge;

[PROLUVIES] : overflowing.

[PROMERCALIS, PROMERCALIS, PROMERCALE] : ADJ sold in the open market;

[PROMERCIUM, PROMERCI(I)] : N putting out (of goods) for sale;

[PROMEREO, PROMERERE, PROMERUI, PROMERITUS] : V deserve, merit; deserve well of; earn; gain;

[PROMEREO] : promereor ; to deserve, merit.

[PROMEREO] : promereor ; to deserve, merit

[PROMEREOR, PROMERERI, -, PROMERITUS SUM] : V deserve, merit; deserve well of; earn; gain;

[PROMEREOR] : to earn.

[PROMERITA] : deserving.

[PROMERITUM] : desserts, merit, credit.promissio ; a promise.

[PROMINENS, PROMINENTIS] : N projection;

[PROMINENS, PROMINENTIS (GEN.), PROMINENTIOR -OR -US, PROMINENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ projecting; prominent;

[PROMINENS] : jutting out, standing out/ a projection.

[PROMINENS] : jutting out, standing out / a projection.

[PROMINENTIA, PROMINENTIAE] : N projection; the fact of jutting out/standing out/projecting;

[PROMINEO, PROMINERE, PROMINUI] : V jut out, stick up;

[PROMINEO] : to stand out, jut, extend.

[PROMISCE] : promiscue ; indiscrimately.

[PROMISCUS PROMISCUUS] : mixed, indiscriminate / commonplace, usual.

[PROMISCUS PROMISCUUS] : mixed, indiscriminate/ commonplace, usual.

[PROMISCUS, PROMISCA, PROMISCUM] : ADJ mixed, indiscriminate, promiscuous; commonplace, usual;

[PROMISCUUS, PROMISCUA, PROMISCUUM] : ADJ common, shared general, indiscriminate;

[PROMISSIO, PROMISSIONIS] : N promise; act/instance of promising; guarantee that proof will come (rhetoric);

[PROMISSIO] : a promise.

[PROMISSIO] : a promise

[PROMISSOR, PROMISSORIS] : N promiser; one who promises/guarantees (usu. legal);

[PROMISSOR, PROMISSORIS] : N promiser; one who promises/guarantees;

[PROMISSOR] : a promiser, suretor, guarantor.

[PROMISSUM, PROMISSI] : N promise;

[PROMISSUM] : promise, offer.

[PROMISSUS, PROMISSA, PROMISSUM] : ADJ flowing, hanging down;

[PROMITTO, PROMITTERE, PROMISI, PROMISSUS] : V promise;

[PROMITTO] : engage oneself, promise,.

[PROMITTO] : to let go, send forth, undertake, promise.

[PROMITTO] : to let go forward, send forth, promise, undertake.

[PROMITTO] : to put forth, make a promise, oath.

[PROMO PROMPSI PROMPTUM] : to produce, disclose, bring forth.

[PROMO, PROMERE, PROMPSI, PROMPTUS] : V take/bring out/forth; bring into view; bring out/display on the stage;

[PROMO, PROMERE, PROMSI, PROMPTUS] : V take/bring out/forth; bring into view; bring out/display on the stage;

[PROMONTORIUM, PROMONTORI(I)] : N promontory, headland, cape;

[PROMONTORIUM] : peak, mountain crest, ridge, promontory.

[PROMONTURIUM, PROMONTURI(I)] : N promontory, headland, spur, projecting part of a mountain (into the sea);

[PROMOVEATUR UT AMOVEATUR. ] : PHRASE Let him be promoted to get him out of the way.

[PROMOVEO PROMOVI PROMOTUM] : push forward, move ahead, advance.

[PROMOVEO, PROMOVERE, PROMOVI, PROMOTUS] : V move forward;

[PROMPTARIUM, PROMPTARII] : N storeroom; cupboard; place where things are stored for ready use; repository;

[PROMPTARIUS, PROMPTARIA, PROMPTARIUM] : ADJ that serves for storing things ready for use;

[PROMPTE, PROMPTIUS, PROMPTISSIME] : ADV so as to be ready at hand; readily, willingly, unhesitatingly, fluently;

[PROMPTE] : promptly, resolutely, readily.

[PROMPTU] : in promptu habere ; to have read, display, have on show.

[PROMPTU] : in promptu esse ; to be ready, to be easy, to be clear.

[PROMPTU] : in promptu ponere ; to make clear, reveal, disclose.

[PROMPTUARIUM, PROMPTUARII] : N storeroom; cupboard; place where things are stored for ready use; repository;

[PROMPTUARIUM, PROMPTUARII] : N cupboard; store room; place where things are stored ready for use;

[PROMPTUARIUS, PROMPTUARIA, PROMPTUARIUM] : ADJ that serves for storing things ready for use;

[PROMPTUARIUS, PROMPTUARIA, PROMPTUARIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to distribution, distributing; (like storehouse/repository/prison);

[PROMPTUS, PROMPTA -UM, PROMPTIOR -OR -US, PROMPTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ set forth, brought forward, manifest, disclosed; willing, ready, eager, quick;

[PROMPTUS] : (persons) prepared, resolute, prompt.

[PROMPTUS] : ready at hand, visible, apparent.

[PROMPTUS] : ready, inclined to.

[PROMTUARIUM, PROMTUARII] : N storeroom; cupboard; place where things are stored for ready use; repository;

[PROMTUARIUS, PROMTUARIA, PROMTUARIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to distribution, distributing; (like storehouse/repository/prison);

[PROMULGATIO] : publication, promulgation (of a law).

[PROMULGO, PROMULGARE, PROMULGAVI, PROMULGATUS] : V make known by public proclamation; publish;

[PROMULGO] : to publish.

[PROMULSIS, PROMULSIDIS] : N hors d'oeuvres;

[PROMUNTURIUM, PROMUNTURI(I)] : N promontory, headland, spur, projecting part of a mountain (into the sea);

[PROMUS, PROMI] : N butler; steward;

[PROMUS] : steward, butler.

[PROMUTUUS, PROMUTUA, PROMUTUUM] : ADJ advanced, lent in advance; paid beforehand;

[PROMUTUUS] : (cash) advanced, prepaid, arragned beforehand.

[PRONEPOS PRONEPTOS] : great-grandson

[PRONEPOS, PRONEPOTIS] : N great grandson;

[PRONEPOS] : proneptos ; (proneptis) great-grandson.

[PRONOEA, PRONOEAE] : N providence;

[PRONUBA, PRONUBAE] : N a married woman who conducted the bride to the bridal chamber;

[PRONUNTIATIO, PRONUNTIATIONIS] : N proclamation; delivery; verdict;

[PRONUNTIO, PRONUNTIARE, PRONUNTIAVI, PRONUNTIATUS] : V announce; proclaim; relate; divulge; recite; utter;

[PRONUNTIO] : to proclaim, announce, declaim.

[PRONUS, PRONA, PRONUM] : ADJ leaning forward; prone;

[PRONUS] : stooping.

[PROOEMIOR, PROOEMIARI,] : V make a prooemium/preface/introduction to a speech;

[PROOEMIUM, PROOEMII] : N preface, introduction, preamble; beginning, prelude; overature (music);

[PROPAGATIO, PROPAGATIONIS] : N propagation; prolongation; the action of extending;

[PROPAGO, PROPAGARE, PROPAGAVI, PROPAGATUS] : V propagate; extend, enlarge, increase;

[PROPAGO, PROPAGINIS] : N layer or set by which a plant is propagated; offspring, children, race, breed;

[PROPAGO] : to extend.

[PROPAGO-ARE] : to spread, propagate.

[PROPAGO-ARE] : to spread, propagate

[PROPALAM] : ADV openly;

[PROPALATA] : made public, publicized.

[PROPALO, PROPALARE, -, PROPALATUS] : V stake out (like a plant); make visible/manifest;

[PROPALO] : to make public.

[PROPATULUM, PROPATULI] : N an open place, unroofed space;

[PROPATULUS, PROPATULA, PROPATULUM] : ADJ open, uncovered;

[PROPE, PROPIUS, PROXIME] : ADV near, nearly; close by; almost;

[PROPE] : near, near to, not far, not long from now.

[PROPE] : near, nearly, not far from, just now, closely.

[PROPE] : PREP near;

[PROPEDIEM] : ADV before long, shortly;

[PROPELLO, PROPELLERE, PROPULI, PROPULSUS] : V drive forward/forth; drive away/out/off; defeat;

[PROPELLO] : to drive before one, drive away.

[PROPEMODO] : ADV just about, pretty well;

[PROPEMODUM] : ADV just about, pretty well;

[PROPENSE] : readily.

[PROPENSIO, PROPENSIONIS] : N inclination, propensity;

[PROPENSUS, PROPENSA, PROPENSUM] : ADJ ready, eager, willing; favorably disposed;

[PROPERANTER, PROPERANTIUS, PROPERANTISSIME] : ADV hurriedly, hastily; in a hurried manner; speedily;

[PROPERANTIA, PROPERANTIAE] : N haste, hurry; precipitancy;

[PROPERANTIM] : ADV hurriedly, hastily;

[PROPERO, PROPERARE, PROPERAVI, PROPERATUS] : V hurry, speed up; be quick;

[PROPERO] : to hasten, speed, move rapidly, come quickly.

[PROPERO] : to hasten/ accelerate, speed up.

[PROPERO] : to hasten.

[PROPERO] : to hasten / accelerate, speed up.

[property] made safe, secured/ fenced/ secured by law.

[PROPERUS, PROPERA, PROPERUM] : ADJ quick, speedy;

[PROPEXUS, PROPEXA, PROPEXUM] : ADJ combed so as to hang down;

[PROPHETA, PROPHETAE] : N prophet; spokesman/interpreter of a god; forteller, soothsayer (l+s);

[PROPHETES, PROPHETAE] : N prophet; spokesman/interpreter of a god; forteller, soothsayer (l+s);

[PROPHETIA, PROPHETIAE] : N prophecy; prediction; body of prophets/singers;

[PROPHETIZO, PROPHETIZARE, PROPHETIZAVI, PROPHETIZATUS] : V prophesy, foretell, predict;

[PROPHETO, PROPHETARE, PROPHETAVI, PROPHETATUS] : V prophesy, foretell, predict;

[PROPINATIO, PROPINATIONIS] : N toasting, a drinking to a person's health; proposal of a toast;

[PROPINO, PROPINARE, PROPINAVI, PROPINATUS] : V drink to anyone (his health), pledge; give to drink; hand over, yield up; make;

[PROPINO] : to set before one.

[PROPINQUITAS, PROPINQUITATIS] : N nearness, vicinity; propinquity; relationship;

[PROPINQUITAS] : intimacy, nearness, closeness.

[PROPINQUO, PROPINQUARE, PROPINQUAVI, PROPINQUATUS] : V bring near; draw near;

[PROPINQUO] : (intrans) to come near, draw near, approach.

[PROPINQUUS, PROPINQUA, PROPINQUUM] : ADJ near, neighboring;

[PROPINQUUS, PROPINQUI] : N relative;

[PROPINQUUS] : kinsman.

[PROPINQUUS] : near, close, similar, nearly related.

[PROPIOR, PROPIOR, PROPIUS] : ADJ nearer, closer; more recent;

[PROPITABILIS, PROPITABILIS, PROPITABILE] : ADJ able to be propitated/appeased;

[PROPITIATIO, PROPITIATIONIS] : N atonment, propitation, appeasement;

[PROPITIATOR, PROPITIATORIS] : N atoner, propitator; (often christ in eccl.);

[PROPITIATORIUM, PROPITIATORII] : N atonement; maens of reconciliation; place of atonement;

[PROPITIATORIUS, PROPITIATORIA, PROPITIATORIUM] : ADJ propitating, reconciling; atoning;

[PROPITIO, PROPITIARE, PROPITIAVI, PROPITIATUS] : V propitate, render favorable, win over; sooth (feelings);

[PROPITIUS, PROPITIA, PROPITIUM] : ADJ favorably inclined, well-disposed, propitious;

[PROPITIUS] : favorable, gracious.

[PROPITIUS] : gracious.

[PROPOLA, PROPOLAE] : N retailer, huckster;

[PROPONO, PROPONERE, PROPOSUI, PROPOSITUS] : V display; propose; relate; put or place forward;

[PROPONO] : display, publish, relate, tell, propose, promise.

[PROPONO] : to design, point out.

[PROPORRO] : ADV further, moreover, or altogether;

[PROPORTIO, PROPORTIONIS] : N proportion, proper spatial relation between parts; symmetry; analogy (grammar);

[PROPORTIONALIS, PROPORTIONALIS, PROPORTIONALE] : ADJ proportional;

[PROPOSITIO, PROPOSITIONIS] : N proposition, premiss/case for discussion; statement of facts/case; notion/image;

[PROPOSITIO, PROPOSITIONIS] : N shew (w/pane => shew-bread, 12 loaves placed on altar before lord on sabbath);

[PROPOSITIO] : proposal, proposition.

[PROPOSITUM, PROPOSITI] : N intention/purpose/objective; resolution/design/plan;

[PROPOSITUM, PROPOSITI] : N mode/manner/way of life/conduct, practice; proposition; decree; issued summons;

[PROPOSITUM] : a design, purpose, scheme, theme of discourse.

[PROPOSITUM] : intention, declaration.

[PROPRAETOR, PROPRAETORIS] : N an ex-praetor; one sent to govern a province as praetor;

[PROPRIE] : ADV particularly, specifically, especially; properly, appropriately, rightly;

[PROPRIE] : exclusively, particularly, peculiarly. properly.

[PROPRIETAS, PROPRIETATIS] : N quality; special character; ownership;

[PROPRIETAS] : ownership.

[PROPRITIM] : ADV peculiarly, specially;

[PROPRIUS, PROPRIA, PROPRIUM] : ADJ own, very own; individual; special, particular, characteristic;

[PROPRIUS] : characteristic, particular.

[PROPRIUS] : one's own, permanent, special, peculiar.

[PROPTER] : (+ acc.) near, close, on account of, because of.

[PROPTER] : PREP near; on account of; by means of; because of;

[PROPTEREA] : ADV therefore, for this reason; (propterea quod => because);

[PROPTEREA] : for that reason, therefore

[PROPUDIUM, PROPUDII] : N shameful action; a wretch, villain;

[PROPUGNACULUM, PROPUGNACULI] : N bulwark, rampart; defence;

[PROPUGNACULUM] : fortification, rampart, defense.

[PROPUGNACULUM] : tower, fortification, rampart, defense.

[PROPUGNATOR, PROPUGNATORIS] : N defender; champion;

[PROPUGNO, PROPUGNARE, PROPUGNAVI, PROPUGNATUS] : V fight (on the defensive);

[PROPULSO, PROPULSARE, PROPULSAVI, PROPULSATUS] : V repulse, drive back/off; ward off, repel, avert; pound, batter;

[PROQUAESTOR, PROQUAESTORIS] : N ex-quaestor or junior official appointed to fill vacancy of departed quaestor;

[PROQUAM] : ADV in proportion as, according as;

[PRORA, PRORAE] : N prow;

[PRORA] : prow.

[PROREPO, PROREPERE, PROREPSI, PROREPTUS] : V crawl or creep forth;

[PRORETA, PRORETAE] : N look-out man;

[PROREUS, PROREI] : N look-out man;

[PRORIPIO, PRORIPERE, PRORIPUI, PROREPTUS] : V drag or snatch away; rush or burst forth;

[PROROGATIO, PROROGATIONIS] : N extension of a term of office; postponement;

[PROROGO, PROROGARE, PROROGAVI, PROROGATUS] : V prolong, keep going; put off, defer;

[PRORSUM] : ADV forwards, right onward; absolutely, entirely, utterly, by all means; in short;

[PRORSUS/PRORSUM] : (adv.) forwards; absolutely; in short

[PRORSUS] : ADV forwards, right onward; absolutely, entirely, utterly, by all means; in short;

[PRORSUS] : forward, straight ahead, to sum up, utterly, wholly.

[PRORSUS] : utterly.

[PRORUMPO, PRORUMPERE, PRORUPI, PRORUPTUS] : V rush forth, break out;

[PRORUO, PRORUERE, PRORUI, PRORUTUS] : V rush forward; tumble down; overthrow; hurl forward;

[PRORUO] : to tumble down.

[PROSAPIA, PROSAPIAE] : N family, lineage;

[PROSAPIA] : family, stock.

[PROSCAENIUM, PROSCAENI(I)] : N stage, portion of theater lying between orchestra and back wall;

[PROSCINDO, PROSCINDERE, PROSCIDI, PROSCISSUS] : V cut (surface), slit, gash; plough (unbroken land); flay with words, castigate;

[PROSCRIBO, PROSCRIBERE, PROSCRIPSI, PROSCRIPTUS] : V announce, make public, post, advertise; proscribe, deprive of property;

[PROSCRIPTIO, PROSCRIPTIONIS] : N advertisement; notice of confiscation; proscription, pub of names of outlaws;

[PROSCRIPTURIO, PROSCRIPTURIRE,] : V to desire a proscription;

[PROSCRIPTUS, PROSCRIPTI] : N proscribed person, outlaw;

[PROSEDA, PROSEDAE] : N prostitute;

[PROSELYTA, PROSELYTAE] : N proselyte (female), convert; she who converted (to judism); sojourner/stranger;

[PROSELYTUS, PROSELYTI] : N proselyte (male), convert; converted heathen (to judism); sojourner/stranger;

[PROSELYTUS, PROSELYTA, PROSELYTUM] : ADJ foreign, strange, come from abroad;

[PROSEQUOR (PROSECUTUS)] : to attack, go with, pursue, attend.

[PROSEQUOR, PROSEQUI, -, PROSECUTUS SUM] : V escort; pursue; describe in detail;

[PROSEQUOR] : to pursue.

[PROSEUCHA, PROSEUCHAE] : N house of prayer (jewish), a conventicle;

[PROSILIO, PROSILIRE, PROSILUI] : V jump/leap up/forward; rush/leap/spring forth/to; gush/break/jut out;

[PROSILIO, PROSILIRE, PROSILIVI] : V jump/leap up/forward; rush/leap/spring forth/to; gush/break/jut out;

[PROSILIO] : to spring up, burst forth.

[PROSPECTO, PROSPECTARE, PROSPECTAVI, PROSPECTATUS] : V gaze out (at); look out on;

[PROSPECTUS, PROSPECTUS] : N view, sight;

[PROSPECULOR, PROSPECULARI, -, PROSPECULATUS SUM] : V look out, survey the situation; look out/watch for;

[PROSPER, PROSPERA, PROSPERUM] : ADJ fortunate, favorable, lucky, prosperous;

[PROSPER] : favorable, fortunate, lucky, prosperous.

[PROSPERA] : good fortune.

[PROSPERITAS, PROSPERITATIS] : N success; good fortune;

[PROSPERITAS] : propserity, good fortune.

[PROSPERITAS] : success.

[PROSPERO, PROSPERARE, PROSPERAVI, PROSPERATUS] : V cause to succeed, further;

[PROSPERUS, PROSPERA -UM, PROSPERIOR -OR -US, PROSPERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ prosperous, successful/triumphal; lucky/favorable/propitious (omens/prospects);

[PROSPICIO, PROSPICERE, PROSPEXI, PROSPECTUS] : V see far off; foresee; watch for, provide for, look out for;

[PROSPICIO] : to look into the distance, contemplate.

[PROSPICIO] : to see from a distance, prosper, propitious.

[PROSTERNO, PROSTERNERE, PROSTRAVI, PROSTRATUS] : V knock over, lay low; strike down, overthrow; exaust; debase/demean; prostrate;

[PROSTERNO] : to knock down, cast down / destroy, ruin.

[PROSTERNO] : to knock down, cast down/ destroy, ruin.

[PROSTERNO] : to overthrow, prostrate.

[PROSTIBILIS, PROSTIBILIS, PROSTIBILE] : ADJ available as a prostitute;

[PROSTIBULUM, PROSTIBULI] : N prostitute, whore; inmate of a brothel;

[PROSTITUO, PROSTITUERE, PROSTITUI, PROSTITUTUS] : V prostitute; put to improper sexual/unworthy use; dishonor, expose to shame;

[PROSTITUTA, PROSTITUTAE] : N prostitute; whore;

[PROSTITUTIO, PROSTITUTIONIS] : N prostitution; dishonoring, profaning;

[PROSTITUTUS, PROSTITUTI] : N male prostitute;

[PROSTO, PROSTARE, PROSTITI, PROSTITUS] : V offer goods for sale to public; be on sale, expose for sale/prostitute oneself;

[PROSUBIGO, PROSUBIGERE,] : V dig up in front of one; dig up, cast up; hammer out into an extended shape;

[PROSUM (PROFUTURUS)] : to be useful, of benefit, do good.

[PROSUM, PRODESSE, PROFUI, PROFUTURUS] : V be useful, be advantageous, benefit, profit (with dat);

[PROSUM] : (with dat.) to be useful, do good, benefit.

[PROSUM] : to benefit.

[PROSUS, PROSA, PROSUM] : ADJ straightforward (of style) (i.e. prose); (erasmus);

[PROTECTIO, PROTECTIONIS] : N protection; shelter;

[PROTECTOR, PROTECTORIS] : N protector, guardian, defender; member of corps of guards (souter);

[PROTEGO, PROTEGERE, PROTEXI, PROTECTUS] : V cover, protect;

[PROTEGO] : to protect.

[PROTELO, PROTELARE, PROTELAVI, PROTELATUS] : V drive/cause to retreat before one; drive forth, hound out, rout; beat back/off;

[PROTELO] : to lead.

[PROTELUM, PROTELI] : N team/tandem of oxen/draught amimals; series, succession;

[PROTENDO, PROTENDERE, PROTENDI, PROTENSUS] : V stretch out, extend; prolong;

[PROTENDO] : to stretch out.

[PROTENSE] : extensively. .

[PROTERO, PROTERERE, PROTRIVI, PROTRITUS] : V crush, tread under foot; oppress;

[PROTERO] : to tread under foot, trample.

[PROTERREO, PROTERRERE, PROTERRUI, PROTERRITUS] : V frighten;

[PROTERVUS, PROTERVA, PROTERVUM] : ADJ violent, reckless; impudent, shameless;

[PROTERVUS] : wanton.

[PROTESTO, PROTESTARE, PROTESTAVI, PROTESTATUS] : V testify, testify publicly, bear witness to; protest (l+s); assert (bee);

[PROTESTOR, PROTESTARI, -, PROTESTATUS SUM] : V testify, testify publicly, bear witness to; protest (l+s); assert (bee);

[PROTESTOR, PROTESTO] : to declare in public, affirm, bear witness.

[PROTHONOTARIO] : protonotary

[PROTHONOTARIO] : protonotary.

[PROTHOPLASTUS] : the first man.

[PROTINAM] : ADV immediately, at once;

[PROTINUS] : ADV straight on, forward; immediately; without pause; at once;

[PROTINUS] : forward, further on, continuously, immediately.

[PROTRAHO (PROTRACTUS)] : to draw out, rpotact, defer, make known.

[PROTRAHO, PROTRAHERE, PROTRAXI, PROTRACTUS] : V drag forward, produce; bring to light, reveal; prolong, protract;

[PROTRITUS, PROTRITA, PROTRITUM] : ADJ common, trite, commonplace;

[PROTRUDO, PROTRUDERE, PROTRUSI, PROTRUSUS] : V thrust forwards or out; put off;

[PROTUBERO, PROTUBERARE, PROTUBERAVI, PROTUBERATUS] : V swell/bulge out; grow forth; stand out (sax);

[PROTURBERO, PROTURBERARE, PROTURBERAVI, PROTURBERATUS] : V buldge/swell out; grow forth; stand out (sax); be prominent, project;

[PROTURBO, PROTURBARE, PROTURBAVI, PROTURBATUS] : V drive/push away/out of the way; drive out in confusion; repulse; pitch forward;

[PROUT] : (conj) according as

[PROUT] : as, just as, according to.

[PROUT] : CONJ as, just as; exactly as;

[PROVECTUS, PROVECTA, PROVECTUM] : ADJ advanced, late; elderly;

[PROVECTUS] : aged, old, advanced in years.

[PROVECTUS] : aged, old, advanced in years

[PROVEHO, PROVEHERE, PROVEXI, PROVECTUS] : V carry; pass, be carried, ride, sail;

[PROVEHO] : to carry on, carry forward, advance, promote,.

[PROVEHO] : to carry on, carry forward, advance, promote,

[PROVENIO, PROVENIRE, PROVENI, PROVENTUS] : V come forth; come into being; prosper;

[PROVENTUS, PROVENTUS] : N outcome, result; success;

[PROVENTUS] : a growing up, increase, crop, yield, or issue.

[PROVERBIUM, PROVERBI(I)] : N proverb, saying;

[PROVIDA] : prudent.

[PROVIDENTIA, PROVIDENTIAE] : N foresight, foreknowledge; providence;

[PROVIDENTIA] : providence, foresight, prudence.

[PROVIDEO, PROVIDERE, PROVIDI, PROVISUS] : V foresee; provide for, make provision; with dat;

[PROVIDEO] : to foresee, provide, make provision for.

[PROVIDOR] : caretaker.

[PROVIDUS, PROVIDA, PROVIDUM] : ADJ prophetic; provident, characterized by forethought;

[PROVINCIA, PROVINCIAE] : N province; office; duty; command;

[PROVINCIALIS, PROVINCIALIS, PROVINCIALE] : ADJ provincial;

[PROVISIO] : forethought.

[PROVISOR, PROVISORIS] : N one who foresees; one who takes care (of );

[PROVISOR] : one who provides for, or against.

[PROVOCATIO, PROVOCATIONIS] : N challenge;

[PROVOCO, PROVOCARE, PROVOCAVI, PROVOCATUS] : V call forth; challenge; provoke;

[PROVOLO, PROVOLARE, PROVOLAVI, PROVOLATUS] : V fly forward; dash forth;

[PROVOLVERE SE] : to throw oneself down, abase oneself.

[PROVOLVO, PROVOLVERE, PROVOLVI, PROVOLUTUS] : V roll forward or along, bowl over;

[PROVOLVO] : to fall down at another's feet.

[PROVOLVOR, PROVOLVI, -, PROVOLUTUS SUM] : V prostrate oneself;

[PROXIMIOR, PROXIMIOR, PROXIMIUS] : ADJ nearer, closer; more recent;

[PROXIMITAS, PROXIMITATIS] : N near relationship; resemblance; similarity;

[PROXIMO, PROXIMARE, PROXIMAVI, PROXIMATUS] : V come/draw near, approach; be near;

[PROXIMO] : ADV very lately;

[PROXIMUS SUM EGOMET MIHI. ] : PHRASE I am closest to myself. (charity begins at home.)

[PROXIMUS, PROXIMA, PROXIMUM] : ADJ nearest/closest/next; most recent, immediately preceding, last; most/very like;

[PROXIMUS, PROXIMI] : N neighbor; nearest one;

[PROXIMUS] : nearest, closest, next.

[PROXIOR, PROXIOR, PROXIUS] : ADJ nearer, closer; more recent;

[PROXUMUS, PROXUMA, PROXUMUM] : ADJ nearest/closest/next; most recent, immediately preceding, last; most/very like;

[PRUDENS, PRUDENTIS (GEN.), PRUDENTIOR -OR -US, PRUDENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ aware, skilled; sensible, prudent; farseeing; experienced;

[PRUDENS] : discreet, sensible, judicious.

[PRUDENS] : prudent, wise.

[PRUDENTER, PRUDENTIUS, PRUDENTISSIME] : ADV wisely, discreetly; sensibly, prudently;

[PRUDENTER] : discreetly.

[PRUDENTER] : wisely, discreetly.

[PRUDENTIA, PRUDENTIAE] : N discretion; good sense, wisdom; prudence; foresight;

[PRUDENTIA] : foresight, wisdom, discretion.

[PRUDENTIA] : practical judgment, discretion.

[PRUINA, PRUINAE] : N hoar-frost, rime;

[PRUINOSUS, PRUINOSA, PRUINOSUM] : ADJ frosty;

[PRUMA] : Prums.

[PRUNA, PRUNAE] : N glowing charcoal, a live coal;

[PRUNITIUS, PRUNITIA, PRUNITIUM] : ADJ of plum tree wood;

[PRUNUM, PRUNI] : N plum;

[PRUNUS, PRUNI] : N plum tree;

[PRURIGO, PRURIGINIS] : N itch;

[PRURIGO] : to itch.

[PRURIO, PRURIRE,] : V itch, tingle (in anticipation); be sexually excited, have sexual craving;

[PRYTANEUM, PRYTANEI] : N town hall in a greek city;

[PRYTANIS, PRYTANOS/IS] : N chief magistrate in a greek state;

[PSALLO, PSALLERE, PSALLI] : V play on the cithara (by plucking with fingers); sing the psalms (eccl.) (l+s);

[PSALLO] : to play/ sing to stringed instrument, esp. cithara.

[PSALLO] : to sing Psalms of David, psalmodize, sing.

[PSALMISTA, PSALMISTAE] : N psalmist;

[PSALMODIA, PSALMODIAE] : N psalmody; art/practice of singing psalms; arranging/composing psalms; psalms;

[PSALMUS, PSALMI] : N psalm; psalm of david;

[PSALTERIUM, PSALTERII] : N stringed instrument;

[PSALTES, PSALTAE] : N musician, minstrel; player on a plucked instrument/cithara;

[PSALTRIA, PSALTRIAE] : N female player on the cithara;

[PSECAS, PSECADIS] : N an anointer of hair;

[PSEUDOPROPHETA, PSEUDOPROPHETAE] : N false prophet;

[PSEUDOPROPHETIA, PSEUDOPROPHETIAE] : N false prophecy;

[PSEUDOTHYRUM, PSEUDOTHYRI] : N secret door;

[PSITHIA, PSITHIAE] : N phythian, a variety of grape;

[PSITHIUM, PSITHII] : N phythian, a kind of rasin wine;

[PSITHIUS, PSITHIA, PSITHIUM] : ADJ phythian, name of a kind of vine;

[PSITTACUS, PSITTACI] : N parrot;

[PSYCHOMANTIUM, PSYCHOMANTII] : N place of necromancy;

[PSYLLEUM, PSYLLEI] : N plant; (prob. plantago psyllium);

[PSYLLION, PSYLLII] : N plant; (prob. plantago psyllium);

[PSYLLIUM, PSYLLII] : N plant; (prob. plantago psyllium);

[PSYTHIA, PSYTHIAE] : N phythian, a variety of grape;

[PSYTHIUM, PSYTHII] : N phythian, a kind of rasin wine;

[PSYTHIUS, PSYTHIA, PSYTHIUM] : ADJ phythian, name of a kind of vine;

[PTELEA] : elm Dioscorides, p.333

[PTERIGA] : hound's-tongue

[PTERION] : water-wort

[PTISANA, PTISANAE] : N barley with the outer covering removed, pearl barley; barley water (a drink);

[PTISANA] : barley-gruel

[PTISANARIUM, PTISANARI(I)] : N drink made in the manner of barley water; decoction of crushed barley;

[PUBENS, (GEN.), PUBENTIS] : ADJ full of sap, vigorous;

[PUBERTAS, PUBERTATIS] : N puberty; virility;

[PUBERTAS] : manhood.

[PUBES, (GEN.), PUBERIS] : ADJ adult, grown-up; full of sap;

[PUBES, PUBIS] : N manpower, adult population; private/pubic parts/hair; age/condition of puberty;

[PUBES] : young men, signs of manhood.

[PUBESCO, PUBESCERE, PUBUI] : V reach physical maturity, grow body hair/to manhood; ripen (fruit), mature;

[PUBESCO] : to reach the age of puberty.

[PUBLICANUS, PUBLICANI] : N contractor for public works, farmer of the roman taxes;

[PUBLICE] : ADV publicly; at public expense;

[PUBLICO, PUBLICARE, PUBLICAVI, PUBLICATUS] : V confiscate; make public property; publish;

[PUBLICO] : ADV public, publicly (in publico);

[PUBLICUS, PUBLICA, PUBLICUM] : ADJ public; common, of the people; of the state; (res publica => the state);

[PUBLICUS] : of the people, public, open to all.

[PUBLIUS, PUBLI] : N publius, roman praenomen; abbreviated p.;

[PUCHRE] : beautifully, finely, handsomely.

[PUDENDUS, PUDENDA, PUDENDUM] : ADJ causing shame, shameful, scandalous, disgraceful, abominable;

[PUDENDUS] : shameful, disgraceful.

[PUDENS, PUDENTIS (GEN.), PUDENTIOR -OR -US, PUDENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ shameful; bashful, modest, shy, chaste, honorable;

[PUDENTER, PUDENTIUS, PUDENTISSIME] : ADV bashfully, modestly, shyly, chastely, honorably;

[PUDEO, PUDERE, PUDUI, PUDITUS] : V be ashamed; make ashamed; (me pudet => i am ashamed);

[PUDEO] : to be ashamed,

[PUDET, PUDERE, PUDIT] : V it shames, make ashamed; me tui pudet => i am ashamed of you;

[PUDET] : it causes shame.

[PUDIBUNDUS, PUDIBUNDA, PUDIBUNDUM] : ADJ shamefaced, blushing;

[PUDICITIA, PUDICITIAE] : N chastity; modesty; purity;

[PUDICUS, PUDICA, PUDICUM] : ADJ chaste, modest; virtuous; pure;

[PUDICUS] : modest. chaste.

[PUDOR, PUDORIS] : N decency, shame; sense of honor; modesty; bashfulness;

[PUDOR] : ignominy,.

[PUDOR] : modesty, bashfulness.

[PUELLA, PUELLAE] : N girl, (female) child/daughter; maiden; young woman/wife; sweetheart; slave-girl;

[PUELLA] : girl.

[PUELLARIS, PUELLARIS, PUELLARE] : ADJ girlish; youthful; maidenly; of a young girl;

[PUELLULA, PUELLULAE] : N girl (young/little), lass, (female) child; maiden;

[PUELLUS, PUELLI] : N boy (young/little); catamite (when in erotic context);

[PUER, PUERI] : N boy, lad, young man; servant; (male) child (a puere => from boyhood);

[PUER] : boy.

[PUERILIS, PUERILIS, PUERILE] : ADJ boyish; youthful, childish;

[PUERILIS] : childish, boyish, folish, foolish.

[PUERILITER] : ADV childishly, foolishly;

[PUERILITER] : boyishly, childishly, foolishly.

[PUERITIA, PUERITIAE] : N childhood, boyhood;

[PUERPERA, PUERPERAE] : N woman in labour, woman who has been/is in process of being delivered of child;

[PUERPERIUM, PUERPERI(I)] : N childbirth, delivery; offspring born at a single delivery;

[PUERPERUS, PUERPERA, PUERPERUM] : ADJ of childbirth;

[PUERULUS, PUERULI] : N little boy;

[PUGA PYGA] : buttocks.

[PUGA, PUGAE] : N rump, buttocks; (usu. pl.); (pure latin nates);

[PUGA] : pyga ; buttocks.

[PUGIL, PUGILIS] : N boxer, pugilist;

[PUGILATIO, PUGILATIONIS] : N fighting with the caestus; boxing;

[PUGILLAR, PUGILLARIS] : N writing-tablets (pl.) (small enough to be held in the hand);

[PUGILLUS, PUGILLI] : N handful, what can be held in a fist;

[PUGILUS, PUGILI] : N handful, a amount that can be held in the hand/fist;

[PUGIO, PUGIONIS] : N dagger;

[PUGIUNCULUS, PUGIUNCULI] : N little dagger;

[PUGNA, PUGNAE] : N battle, fight;

[PUGNA] : fight, battle, conflict, set-to.

[PUGNACITAS] : the desire to fight, pugnacity.

[PUGNACULUM, PUGNACULI] : N fortress;

[PUGNACULUM] : fortress.

[PUGNATOR, PUGNATORIS] : N fighter, combatant;

[PUGNATOR] : combatant.

[PUGNAX, (GEN.), PUGNACIS] : ADJ pugnacious;

[PUGNAX] : fond of fighting, combative, stubborn, contntious.

[PUGNO, PUGNARE, PUGNAVI, PUGNATUS] : V fight; dispute; (pugnatum est => the battle raged);

[PUGNO] : to fight.

[PUGNUS, PUGNI] : N fist;

[PUGNUS] : the fist.

[PULCER, PULCRA -UM, PULCRIOR -OR -US, PULCERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ pretty; beautiful; handsome; noble, illustrious;

[PULCHELLUS, PULCHELLA, PULCHELLUM] : ADJ pretty;

[PULCHELLUS] : pretty.

[PULCHER PULCHRA PULCHRUM] : beautiful, handsome, fine, fair.

[PULCHER PULCHRA PULCHRUM] : beautiful, handsome, fine.

[PULCHER, PULCHRA -UM, PULCHRIOR -OR -US, PULCHERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ pretty; beautiful; handsome; noble, illustrious;

[PULCHRE, PULCHRIUS, PULCHERRIME] : ADV fine, beautifully;

[PULCHRE] : beautifully, finely, handsomely.

[PULCHRITUDO PULCHRITUDINIS] : beauty, fineness.

[PULCHRITUDO, PULCHRITUDINIS] : N beauty, excellence;

[PULCHRITUDO] : beauty, fineness.

[PULCRE] : ADV aptly; finely; nicely; (often used at begining of sentence);

[PULCRITUDO, PULCRITUDINIS] : N beauty, attractiveness;

[PULEGIUM, PULEGII] : N fleabane, penny-royal;

[PULEGIUM] : -ii, (neut.);

[PULEIUM, PULEII] : N fleabane, penny-royal;

[PULENTA, PULENTAE] : N barley-meal/groats; hulled and crushed grain; parched grain (douay);

[PULEX, PULICIS] : N flea; insect that attacks plants;

[PULEX] : the flea.

[PULICARE] : fleawort

[PULLARIUS, PULLARI(I)] : N keeper of the sacred chickens;

[PULLATUS, PULLATA, PULLATUM] : ADJ clad in dirty or black garments;

[PULLULO, PULLULARE, PULLULAVI, PULLULATUS] : V sprout, send forth new growth; spring forth;

[PULLULO] : shoot up, sprout, burgeon.

[PULLULO] : to increase, spread.

[PULLUS, PULLA, PULLUM] : ADJ blackish, dark colored, of undyed wool as worn in morning;

[PULLUS, PULLI] : N chicken, young hen;

[PULLUS] : dark-clorored, blackish / sad, gloomy / a dark garment.

[PULLUS] : dark-clorored, blackish/ sad, gloomy/ a dark garment.

[PULLUS] : young animal / chicken, chick.

[PULLUS] : young animal/ chicken, chick.

[PULLUS] : young.

[PULMENTARIUM, PULMENTARII] : N relish;

[PULMENTUM, PULMENTI] : N appetizer, small meat/fish starter portion; savory; relish/condiment/food (l+s);

[PULMENTUM] : anything eaten with bread, sauce or relish.

[PULMO, PULMONIS] : N lungs;

[PULMO] : the lung.

[PULPA, PULPAE] : N flesh;

[PULPA] : flesh.

[PULPAMENTUM, PULPAMENTI] : N flesh, esp. tit-bits;

[PULPITUM, PULPITI] : N stage;

[PULPITUM] : platform, stage.

[PULS, PULTIS] : N meal, porridge, mush (used in sacrifice and given to sacred chickens);

[PULSATILIS, PULSATILIS, PULSATILE] : ADJ produced by beating; (erasmus);

[PULSATUS] : touched, struck.

[PULSO, PULSARE, PULSAVI, PULSATUS] : V beat; pulsate;

[PULSO] : to strike (the hours)

[PULSO] : to strike (the hours).

[PULSO] : to strike, touch.

[PULSUS, PULSUS] : N stroke; beat; pulse; impulse;

[PULSUS] : beating, blow, push, impulse, influence.

[PULTO, PULTARE, PULTAVI, PULTATUS] : V to knock, strike;

[PULUIS] : a thorny plant

[PULVEREUS, PULVEREA, PULVEREUM] : ADJ dusty;

[PULVERULENTUS, PULVERULENTA, PULVERULENTUM] : ADJ dusty;

[PULVERULENTUS] : full of dust.

[PULVILLUS, PULVILLI] : N little pillow;

[PULVINAR, PULVINARIS] : N cushioned couch on which images of the gods were placed;

[PULVINUS, PULVINI] : N cushioned couch on which images of the gods were placed;

[PULVIS, PULVERIS] : N dust, powder; sand;

[PULVIS] : dust, powder / arena, scene of action.

[PULVIS] : dust, powder/ arena, scene of action.

[PUMEX, PUMICIS] : N pumice stone, similar volcanic rock; (esp. used to polish books/depilatory);

[PUMICEUS, PUMICEA, PUMICEUM] : ADJ made of pumice stone or similar volcanic rock;

[PUMICO, PUMICARE, PUMICAVI, PUMICATUS] : V polish/rub smooth with pumice stone; (esp. book);

[PUMICOSUS, PUMICOSA -UM, PUMICOSIOR -OR -US, PUMICOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ resembling pumice stone;

[PUMILIO, PUMILIONIS] : N dwarf;

[PUMILIUS PUMILIO] : a dwarf.

[PUMILUS, PUMILI] : N dwarf;

[PUNCTIM] : ADV with the point;

[PUNCTUM, PUNCTI] : N point; moment;

[PUNCTUM] : a prick, little hole, puncture/ a point, spot, place.

[PUNCTUM] : a prick, little hole, puncture / a point, spot, place.

[PUNGO PUPUGI PUNCTUM] : to penetrate / sting, annoy, harrass.

[PUNGO PUPUGI PUNCTUM] : to penetrate/ sting, annoy, harrass.

[PUNGO PUPUGI PUNCTUM] : to prick, puncture, stab / touch, move.

[PUNGO PUPUGI PUNCTUM] : to prick, puncture, stab/ touch, move.

[PUNGO, PUNGERE, PEPUGI, PUNCTUS] : V prick, puncture; sting (insect); jab/poke; mark with points/pricks; vex/trouble;

[PUNGO, PUNGERE, PUPUGI, PUNCTUS] : V prick, puncture; sting (insect); jab/poke; mark with points/pricks; vex/trouble;

[PUNGO] : to sting.

[PUNICANS, (GEN.), PUNICANTIS] : ADJ inclining to bright red; red/redish/ruddy (l+s); blushing; punic, carthaginian;

[PUNICANUS, PUNICANA, PUNICANUM] : ADJ made in the punic style/manner; punic, carthaginian;

[PUNICEUS, PUNICEA, PUNICEUM] : ADJ carthaginian, punic; (puniceum pomum/punicum malum => pomegrante);

[PUNICEUS, PUNICEA, PUNICEUM] : ADJ scarlet, crimson;

[PUNICEUS] : purple, red.

[PUNICEUS] : reddish.

[PUNICUS, PUNICA, PUNICUM] : ADJ carthaginian, punic; of/associated with carthage; scarlet, bright red;

[PUNIO, PUNIRE, PUNIVI, PUNITUS] : V punish (person/offence), inflict punishment; avenge, extract retribution;

[PUNIO] : to punish, avenge, gave vengeance.

[PUNIOR, PUNIRI, -, PUNITUS SUM] : V punish (person/offence), inflict punishment; avenge, extract retribution;

[PUNITOR, PUNITORIS] : N punisher, one who punishes; one who extracts retribution; avenger;

[PUNITOR] : punisher, avenger.

[PUNNULIS, PUNNULIS] : N small/little wing/feather; little fin; skirt (of garment) (souter);

[PUNUS, PUNA, PUNUM] : ADJ carthaginian, punic; phoenician;

[PUNUS, PUNI] : N carthaginian; phoenician; (specifically hannibal);

[PUPA, PUPAE] : N little girl; a doll;

[PUPA] : doll / little girl.

[PUPA] : doll/ little girl.

[PUPILLA, PUPILLAE] : N an orphan girl, ward, minor;

[PUPILLA, PUPILLAE] : N pupil of the eye;

[PUPILLARIS, PUPILLARIS, PUPILLARE] : ADJ of a ward/orphan; of/involving/suitable to minor under care of a guardian;

[PUPILLUS PUPILLA] : orphan, ward.

[PUPILLUS, PUPILLI] : N orphan, ward;

[PUPILLUS] : orphan, minor.

[PUPPIS, PUPPIS] : N stern; ship;

[PUPPIS] : stern of a ship, the poop.

[PUPULA, PUPULAE] : N pupil of the eye;

[PUPULA] : pupil of the eye.

[PURGAMEN, PURGAMINIS] : N impurity, that which is cleaned away; means of purification, which cleans;

[PURGAMENTUM, PURGAMENTI] : N sweepings, rubbish, filth;

[PURGAMENTUM] : rubbish, trash, filth, sweepings.

[PURGATIO, PURGATIONIS] : N purification;

[PURGATIO] : cleaning out, cleansing / excsuing, justification.

[PURGATIO] : cleaning out, cleansing/ excsuing, justification.

[PURGO, PURGARE, PURGAVI, PURGATUS] : V make clean, cleanse; excuse;

[PURGO] : to clean, cleanse, purify/ clear away, wash off/ justify.

[PURIFICATIO, PURIFICATIONIS] : N purification, purifying; making (something) ritually clean;

[PURIFICO, PURIFICARE, PURIFICAVI, PURIFICATUS] : V purify/make ceremonially/ritually pure; clean/clear; free of dirt/encumberances;

[PURPURA, PURPURAE] : N purple color, purple; purple dye; purple-dyed cloth;

[PURPURA] : purple dye, purple cloth / high rank, emperorship.

[PURPURA] : purple dye, purple cloth/ high rank, emperorship.

[PURPURATUS, PURPURATA, PURPURATUM] : ADJ dressed in purple;

[PURPUREUS, PURPUREA, PURPUREUM] : ADJ purple, dark red;

[PURPUREUS] : brilliant, purple-colored.

[PURUS, PURA -UM, PURIOR -OR -US, PURISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ pure, clean, unsoiled; free from defilement/taboo/stain; blameless, innocent;

[PURUS, PURA -UM, PURIOR -OR -US, PURISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ clear, limpid, free of mist/cloud; ringing (voice); open (land); net; simple;

[PURUS, PURA -UM, PURIOR -OR -US, PURISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ chaste, unpolluted by sex; plain/unadulterated; genuine; absolute; refined;

[PURUS] : pure, free from, spotless, without stain.

[PURUS] : spotless.

[PUS, PURIS] : N pus; foul/corrupt matter (from a sore); bitterness, gall, venom (cas);

[PUSA, PUSAE] : N girl; little girl;

[PUSILLANIMIS, PUSILLANIMIS, PUSILLANIME] : ADJ fainthearted, timid, pusillanimous; discouraged/worried (souter); meanspirited;

[PUSILLANIMITAS, PUSILLANIMITATIS] : N faintheartedness, timidity, cowardness, lack of courage; despondency;

[PUSILLANIMUS, PUSILLANIMA, PUSILLANIMUM] : ADJ fainthearted, timid, pusillanimous; discouraged/worried (souter); meanspirited;

[PUSILLIANIMIS, PUSILLIANIMIS, PUSILLIANIME] : ADJ fainthearted, timid, pusillanimous; discouraged/worried (souter); meanspirited;

[PUSILLITAS, PUSILLITATIS] : N tininess/insignificance; pettiness (souter); trifling thing; faintheartedness;

[PUSILLULUS, PUSILLULA, PUSILLULUM] : ADJ very little/small;

[PUSILLUM, PUSILLI] : N small/tiny/little amount; trifle (l+s); little while; very little;

[PUSILLUS, PUSILLA -UM, PUSILLIOR -OR -US, PUSILLISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ petty, trifling, insignificant; petty/mean/ungenerous (person/character);

[PUSILLUS, PUSILLA -UM, PUSILLIOR -OR -US, PUSILLISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ tiny, wee, very small (amount/degree/extent); miniature, on a tiny scale;

[PUSILLUS] : insignificant, very small.

[PUSILLUS] : tiny, puny/ petty, mean.

[PUSILLUS] : tiny, puny / petty, mean.

[PUSIO, PUSIONIS] : N boy; little boy (l+s); youth, lad;

[PUSIO] : lad.

[PUSSULA, PUSSULAE] : N inflamed sore/blister/pustule; small prominence od a surface, bubble;

[PUSTULA, PUSTULAE] : N inflamed sore/blister/pustule; small prominence od a surface, bubble;

[PUSULA, PUSULAE] : N inflamed sore/blister/pustule; small prominence od a surface, bubble;

[PUSUS, PUSI] : N boy; little boy (l+s);

[PUTAMEN, PUTAMINIS] : N cutting, paring, shell;

[PUTATOR, PUTATORIS] : N pruner;

[PUTATOR] : pruner.

[PUTEAL, PUTEALIS] : N structure surrounding the mouth of a well (in the comitium at rome);

[PUTEALIS, PUTEALIS, PUTEALE] : ADJ derived from a well;

[PUTEO, PUTERE,] : V stink;

[PUTEO] : to stink, be redolent, smell bad.

[PUTER, PUTRIS, PUTRE] : ADJ rotten, decaying; stinking, putrid, crumbling;

[PUTER] : rotten, decayed, putrid/ loose, crumbling/ flabby.

[PUTER] : rotten, decayed, putrid / loose, crumbling / flabby.

[PUTESCO, PUTESCERE,] : V begin to rot, go off;

[PUTESCO] : to putrefy, day, rot.

[PUTEULANUS] : blue.

[PUTEUS, PUTEI] : N well;

[PUTEUS] : well, pit.

[PUTIDUS, PUTIDA, PUTIDUM] : ADJ rotten, stinking, unpleasant; offensive; tiresomely affected; pedantic;

[PUTO, PUTARE, PUTAVI, PUTATUS] : V think, believe, suppose, hold; reckon, estimate, value; clear up, settle;

[PUTO] : to clear, settle up, consider, think, believe, suppose, judge.

[PUTREDO, PUTREDINIS] : N putrefaction, rottenness; (w/vulnerum => festering wound);

[PUTREFACIO, PUTREFACERE, PUTREFECI, PUTREFACTUS] : V cause to rot/decay, putrefy;cause to crumble/disintegrate;

[PUTRESCO, PUTRESCERE,] : V rot, putrefy, be in a state of decay;

[PUTRIDUS, PUTRIDA, PUTRIDUM] : ADJ rotten, decayed;

[PUTRIS, PUTRIS, PUTRE] : ADJ rotten, decaying; stinking, putrid, crumbling;

[PUTRO, PUTRERE, PUTRUI, PUTRITUS] : V decay, rot, putrefy; fester; become stale (water)/loose (soil); crumble, molder;

[PUTUS, PUTA, PUTUM] : ADJ pure, unmixed, unadulterated;

[PUTUS] : pure, unmixed, unadulterated.

[PUXIS, PUXIDOS/IS] : N small box/casket (originally boxwood) for medicine; iron heel on pestle (l+s);

[PYGA, PYGAE] : N rump, buttocks; (usu. pl.); (pure latin nates);

[PYGARGOS, PYGARGI] : N creature with white rump, pygrag; kind of antelope (addax?); kind of eagle/hawk;

[PYGARGUS, PYGARGI] : N creature with white rump, pygrag; kind of antelope (addax?); kind of eagle/hawk;

[PYRA, PYRAE] : N funeral pile, pyre;

[PYRAMIS, PYRAMIDOS/IS] : N pyramid;

[PYRENAEUS, PYRENAEA, PYRENAEUM] : ADJ pyrenees (w/montes);

[PYRETHRUM] : Bachelor's button = herba muralis, pellitory Pyrethrum parthenion root is hot, used for toothache Celsus, Spencer, p.492, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[PYROMIS, PYROMIDOS/IS] : N pyramid;

[PYRON AGRION] : lesser celandine

[PYROPUS, PYROPI] : N an alloy of gold and bronze; a red precious stone;

[PYROPUS] : bronze.

[PYRRHICA, PYRRHICAE] : N kind of war-dance or reel; dance in armor (l+s); pyrrhic dance;

[PYRRHICE, PYRRHICES] : N kind of war-dance or reel; dance in armor (l+s); pyrrhic dance;

[PYRRHICHA, PYRRHICHAE] : N kind of war-dance or reel; dance in armor (l+s); pyrrhic dance;

[PYRRHICHE, PYRRHICHES] : N kind of war-dance or reel; dance in armor (l+s); pyrrhic dance;

[PYRRICA, PYRRICAE] : N kind of war-dance or reel; dance in armor (l+s); pyrrhic dance;

[PYRRICE, PYRRICES] : N kind of war-dance or reel; dance in armor (l+s); pyrrhic dance;

[PYRRICHA, PYRRICHAE] : N kind of war-dance or reel; dance in armor (l+s); pyrrhic dance;

[PYRRICHE, PYRRICHES] : N kind of war-dance or reel; dance in armor (l+s); pyrrhic dance;

[PYTHAGORICUS, PYTHAGORICA, PYTHAGORICUM] : ADJ pythagorean; of follower of pythagoras or his philosophy;

[PYTHAGORICUS, PYTHAGORICI] : N pythagorean, follower of pythagoras or his philosophy;

[PYTHON, PYTHONIS] : N familiar spirit/demon possessing soothsayer; soothsayer; snake slain at delphi;

[PYTHONICUS, PYTHONICA, PYTHONICUM] : ADJ prophetic; magical;

[PYUS PYXIDIS] : a little box, casket.

[PYXIS PYXIDIS] : a little box, casket.

[PYXIS, PYXIDIS] : N small box/casket (originally boxwood) for medicine; iron heel on pestle (l+s);

[PYXIS, PYXIDOS/IS] : N small box/casket (originally boxwood) for medicine; iron heel on pestle (l+s); W:

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