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[R(H)ODOMEL] : -i, ? rosehoney

[R, UNDECLINED] : ADJ roman (abbreviation); (e.q.r. => eques romanus); rufus;

[RABBI, UNDECLINED] : N rabbi; teacher, master; (hebrew);

[RABBONI, UNDECLINED] : N rabbi; teacher, master; (hebrew);

[RABIA] : rabies (the disease)

[RABIDUS, RABIDA, RABIDUM] : ADJ mad, raging, frenzied, wild;

[RABIDUS] : raging, crazy.

[RABIES, RABIEI] : N madness;

[RABIES] : frenzy.

[RABIES] : madness, fury, frenzy.

[RABIOSE] : ADV madly; in a frenzied manner;

[RABIOSE] : savagely, furiously.

[RABIOSULUS, RABIOSULA, RABIOSULUM] : ADJ rather furious;

[RABIOSUS, RABIOSA, RABIOSUM] : ADJ rabid (dogs), mad; lunatic, raving mad, frenzied;

[RABULA, RABULAE] : N bawling advocate;

[RACA, UNDECLINED] : ADJ foolish, empty; hebrew word of contempt (linddell+scott);

[RACEMIFER, RACEMIFERA, RACEMIFERUM] : ADJ bearing clusters;

[RACEMUS, RACEMI] : N bunch/cluster (of grapes or other fruit);

[RACHA, UNDECLINED] : ADJ foolish, empty; hebrew word of contempt (linddell+scott);

[RADICATUS, RADICATA, RADICATUM] : ADJ rooted; having roots, having found a home;

[RADICITUS] : ADV by the roots, utterly, completly; at the root; with the roots (l+s), radically;

[RADICITUS] : by the roots, utterly.

[RADICO, RADICARE, RADICAVI, RADICATUS] : V take root; grow roots;

[RADICOR, RADICARI, -, RADICATUS SUM] : V take root; grow roots;

[RADICULA, RADICULAE] : N little root;

[RADICULA] : ;

[RADIO, RADIARE, RADIAVI, RADIATUS] : V beam, shine; radiate light;

[RADIO] : beam.

[RADIOR, RADIARI, -, RADIATUS SUM] : V beam, shine; radiate light;

[RADIUS, RADI(I)] : N ray; rod;

[RADIX DULCE] : liquorice Celsus, Spencer, p.492, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[RADIX PONTICA] : Turkey rhubarb (Rheum Ponticum) Celsus, Spencer, p.492, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[RADIX PYRETHRI] : pellitory 'of Spain', Spanish camomile Anacyclus pyrethrum (L.) from North Africa ; Barbary J. I. Miller

[RADIX, RADICIS] : N root; base;

[RADIX] : icis, (fem.);

[RADIX] : source, root, foundation.

[RADO, RADERE, RASI, RASUS] : V shave; scratch, scrape; coast by;

[RAEDA, RAEDAE] : N four wheeled wagon;

[RAEDARIUS, RAEDARI(I)] : N coachman;

[RAMENTUM, RAMENTI] : N shavings (usu. pl.), splinters, chips;

[RAMEUS, RAMEA, RAMEUM] : ADJ of a bough/boughs/sticks;

[RAMEX, RAMICIS] : N rupture; lungs (pl.);

[RAMNUM, RAMNI] : N bramble; (buckthorn?);

[RAMOSUS, RAMOSA, RAMOSUM] : ADJ having many branches, branching;

[RAMULUS, RAMULI] : N twig, little branch/bough;

[RAMUS, RAMI] : N branch, bough;

[RAMUSCULUS, RAMUSCULI] : N twig;

[RANA, RANAE] : N frog;

[RANCENS, (GEN.), RANCENTIS] : ADJ stinking, putrid;

[RANCIDULUS, RANCIDULA, RANCIDULUM] : ADJ rather putrid;

[RANCIDUS, RANCIDA, RANCIDUM] : ADJ rotten, putrid, nauseating;

[RANUNCULUS, RANUNCULI] : N little frog, tadpole;

[RANUNCULUS] : -i, (masc.) plant - perhaps 'crowfoot' Pliny, Cassell

[RAPA, RAPAE] : N turnip;

[RAPAX, (GEN.), RAPACIS] : ADJ grasping, rapacious;

[RAPHANINUS, RAPHANINA, RAPHANINUM] : ADJ og/made from radishes;

[RAPHANITIS, RAPHANITIDOS/IS] : N variety of the plant iris illyrica;

[RAPHANUS, RAPHANI] : N radish; (~ agria => wild plant supposed to be kind of spurge/charlock);

[RAPIDITRIS, RAPIDITRATIS] : N swiftness, rapidity;

[RAPIDUS, RAPIDA, RAPIDUM] : ADJ rapid, swift;

[RAPINA, RAPINAE] : N robbery, plunder, booty; rape;

[RAPINA] : ravishment, rapine, robbery.

[RAPIO RAPUI RATUM] : to seize, snatch, carry away.

[RAPIO, RAPERE, RAPUI, RAPTUS] : V drag off; snatch; destroy; seize, carry off; pillage; hurry;

[RAPIO] : rapui ; raptum ; to seize, snatch, carry away.

[RAPTIM] : ADV hurriedly, suddenly;

[RAPTO, RAPTARE, RAPTAVI, RAPTATUS] : V drag violently off; ravage;

[RAPTOR, RAPTORIS] : N robber; plunderer;

[RAPTOR] : ravisher, thief.

[RAPTUM, RAPTI] : N plunder; prey;

[RAPTUS, RAPTUS] : N violent snatching or dragging away; robbery, carrying off, abduction;

[RAPULUM, RAPULI] : N little turnip;

[RAPUM] : turnip or rape (Brassica rapa) Celsus, W. G. Spencer p.493, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[RARE, RARIUS, RARISSIME] : ADV sparsely, thinly; at wide intervals, loosely; rarely, seldomly;

[RARE] : thinly, rarely, uncommonly.

[RAREFACIO, RAREFACERE, RAREFECI, RAREFACTUS] : V make less solid;

[RARESCO, RARESCERE,] : V thin out, open out; become sparse;

[RARO] : ADV seldom, rare;

[RARUS, RARA -UM, RARIOR -OR -US, RARISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ thin, scattered; few, infrequent; rare; in small groups; loose knit;

[RARUS] : rare, uncommon/ far apart/ thin, scanty.

[RARUS] : rare, uncommon / far apart / thin, scanty.

[RASILIS, RASILIS, RASILE] : ADJ worn smooth, polished;

[RASITO, RASITARE, RASITAVI, RASITATUS] : V shave (off) habitually;

[RASTELLUS, RASTELLI] : N rake;

[RASTRUM, RASTRI] : N drag-hoe;

[RASTRUS, RASTRI] : N drag-hoe (pl.); (usu. sg. n, pl. m);

[RATIO, RATIONIS] : N account, reckoning; plan; prudence; method; reasoning; rule; regard;

[RATIO] : procedure, theory.

[RATIO] : reckoning, account/ reason, judgment, consideration.

[RATIO] : reckoning, account / reason, judgment, consideration.

[RATIO] : system, manner, method, procedure, manner.

[RATIOCINATIO, RATIOCINATIONIS] : N reasoning; esp. a form of argument, syllogism;

[RATIOCINATIVUS, RATIOCINATIVA, RATIOCINATIVUM] : ADJ argumentative; syllogistic;

[RATIOCINATOR, RATIOCINATORIS] : N calculator, accountant;

[RATIOCINOR, RATIOCINARI, -, RATIOCINATUS SUM] : V to compute, calculate; to argue, infer, conclude;

[RATIONABILITER] : reasonably.

[RATIONALABILIS, RATIONALABILIS, RATIONALABILE] : ADJ rational, reasonable, logical;

[RATIONALABILITER] : ADV rationally, reasonably, logically; probably, with probility;

[RATIONALIS, RATIONALIS, RATIONALE] : ADJ rational, of/possessing reason; theoretical, dialectical; of accounts;

[RATIONALIS, RATIONALIS] : N theoretician; accountant;

[RATIONALIS, RATIONALIS, RATIONALE] : ADJ measurable; that has a ratio; knowing rationally, rational (def); conceivable;

[RATIONARIUM, RATIONARII] : N statistical account;

[RATIS, RATIS] : N raft; ship, boat;

[RATIUNCULA, RATIUNCULAE] : N little reckoning, account; a poor reason; a petty syllogism;

[RATUS, RATA, RATUM] : ADJ established, authoritative; fixed, certain;

[RAUCISONUS, RAUCISONA, RAUCISONUM] : ADJ hoarse-sounding, raucous;

[RAUCUS, RAUCA, RAUCUM] : ADJ hoarse; husky; raucous;

[RAUDUS, RAUDERIS] : N lump, rough piece; piece of bronze, (sometimes a bronze coin);

[RAUDUSCULUM, RAUDUSCULI] : N small sum of money;

[RAVENNA, RAVENNAE] : N ravenna; (port/naval base in ne italy); (late capital of western empire);

[RAVUS, RAVA, RAVUM] : ADJ grayish, tawny;

[RE VERA] : in truth.

[RE VERA] : in truth, the fact of the matter

[REA, REAE] : N party in law suit; plaintiff/defendant; culprit/guilty party, debtor; sinner;

[REAPSE] : ADV in truth, really;

[REATITUDO, REATITUDINIS] : N guilt;

[REATUS, REATUS] : N accusation, charge; state/condition of being accused; dress of accused (l+s);

[REATUS, REATUS] : N guilt;

[REBELLATRIX, REBELLATRICIS] : N rebel, she who renews the war;

[REBELLIO, REBELLIONIS] : N rebellion;

[REBELLIS, REBELLIS, REBELLE] : ADJ insurgent, rebellious;

[REBELLIS, REBELLIS] : N insurgent, rebel;

[REBELLIS] : rebellious, rebels.

[REBELLO, REBELLARE, REBELLAVI, REBELLATUS] : V rebel, revolt;

[REBELLO] : to wage war against, rebel.

[REBOARE] : to resound like celestial thunder.

[REBOO, REBOARE, REBOAVI, REBOATUS] : V resound, reecho; bellow back;

[RECALEO, RECALERE, RECALUI] : V grow warm (again);

[RECALESCEO, RECALESCERE,] : V grow warm (again);

[RECALFACIO, RECALFACERE, RECALFECI, RECALFACTUS] : V make warm again, warm up;

[RECALVASTER, RECALVASTRA, RECALVASTRUM] : ADJ bald in front; that has a bald forehead;

[RECANDESCO, RECANDESCERE, RECANDUI] : V glow again with heat; become/grow white (again), whiten;

[RECANTO, RECANTARE, RECANTAVI, RECANTATUS] : V charm away/back; withdraw, recall, revoke, recant;

[RECAPITULATIO, RECAPITULATIONIS] : N recapitulation, restatement of/going over again the main points; summing up;

[RECAPITULO, RECAPITULARE, RECAPITULAVI, RECAPITULATUS] : V recapitulate, go over the main points again;

[RECEDENTIA] : retreat, ebbing, disappearance / distant, far.

[RECEDENTIA] : retreat, ebbing, disappearance/ distant, far.

[RECEDO, RECEDERE, RECESSI, RECESSUS] : V recede, go back, withdraw, ebb; retreat; retire; move/keep/pass/slip away;

[RECEDO] : retire, withdraw.

[RECEDO] : retire, withdraw

[RECEDO] : to fall back, pass away, depart.

[RECEDO] : to go back, retreat, retire, disappear.

[RECELLO, RECELLERE,] : V to spring back, fly back;

[RECENS, (GEN.), RECENTIS] : ADJ fresh, recent; rested;

[RECENSEO, RECENSERE, RECENSUI, RECENSITUS] : V review, muster; examine; reckon/count; enumerate, take census; pass in review;

[RECENSEO] : to recount, review.

[RECEPTACULUM, RECEPTACULI] : N receptacle; place of refuge, shelter;

[RECEPTO, RECEPTARE, RECEPTAVI, RECEPTATUS] : V recover; receive, admit (frequently);

[RECEPTUS, RECEPTUS] : N retreat;

[RECESSUS, RECESSUS] : N retreat; recess;

[RECESSUS] : a going back, retreat/ place of retreat, quiet place.

[RECESSUS] : a going back, retreat / place of retreat, quiet place.

[RECIDIVUS, RECIDIVA, RECIDIVUM] : ADJ recurring;

[RECIDIVUS] : returning, restored, rebuilt.

[RECIDO, RECIDERE, RECIDI] : V fall back;

[RECINGO, RECINGERE, -, RECINCTUS] : V ungird, unfasten, undo;

[RECINO, RECINERE,] : V chant back, echo; call out;

[RECIPERATIO, RECIPERATIONIS] : N recovery; regaining; judgement by board of reciperatores/assessors;

[RECIPERATIVUS, RECIPERATIVA, RECIPERATIVUM] : ADJ relating to/involving recovery; (of disputes over property);

[RECIPERATOR, RECIPERATORIS] : N assessor dealing w/disputes between aliens and romans; recoverer/regainer;

[RECIPERATORIUS, RECIPERATORIA, RECIPERATORIUM] : ADJ of assessor dealing w/disputes between aliens and romans; recoverer/regainer;

[RECIPERO, RECIPERARE, RECIPERAVI, RECIPERATUS] : V restore, restore to health; refresh, recuperate;

[RECIPERO] : to receive, accept, withdraw, take back.

[RECIPERO] : to regain, revive, restore.

[RECIPIO RECEPI RECEPTUM] : to go back, retire, recede, retreat.

[RECIPIO, RECIPERE, RECEPI, RECEPTUS] : V keep back; recover; undertake; guarantee; accept, take in; take back;

[RECIPIO] : recepi ; receptum ; to go back, retire, recede, retreat.

[RECIPROCA] : reverberating.

[RECIPROCO, RECIPROCARE, RECIPROCAVI, RECIPROCATUS] : V to move backwards and forwards; (w/animam) to breathe;

[RECIPROCUS, RECIPROCA, RECIPROCUM] : ADJ going backwards and forwards; ebbing (w/mare);

[RECITATOR, RECITATORIS] : N reciter;

[RECITO, RECITARE, RECITAVI, RECITATUS] : V read aloud, recite; name in writing;

[RECITO] : to read aloud, recite.

[RECLAMO, RECLAMARE, RECLAMAVI, RECLAMATUS] : V cry out in protest at;

[RECLINIS, RECLINIS, RECLINE] : ADJ leaning back, reclining;

[RECLINO, RECLINARE, RECLINAVI, RECLINATUS] : V bend back; (se reclinare => lean back, recline);

[RECLUDO, RECLUDERE, RECLUSI, RECLUSUS] : V open; open up, lay open, disclose, reveal;

[RECOGITO, RECOGITARE, RECOGITAVI, RECOGITATUS] : V consider, reflect, think over; examine, inspect;

[RECOGNOSCO, RECOGNOSCERE, RECOGNOVI, RECOGNOTUS] : V recognize, recollect;

[RECOGNOSCO] : to recognize, recollect, recall.

[RECOLLIGO, RECOLLIGERE, RECOLLEGI, RECOLLECTUS] : V recover, gather again, collect;

[RECOLLIGO] : gather, regather, flock together.

[RECOLLIGO] : gather, regather, flock together

[RECOLO, RECOLERE, RECOLUI, RECULTUS] : V cultivate afresh; go over in one's mind;

[RECOLO] : reflect upon, consider, recall.

[RECOLO] : to consider, recall, comtemplate.

[RECOLO] : to cultivate, work again, resume, rehabilitate.

[RECOLO] : to cultivate, work again, resume, rehabilitate

[RECOLO] : to recall, reflect upon, rework, resume, rehabilitate.

[RECONCILIATIO, RECONCILIATIONIS] : N renewal, re-establishment, reconciliation; restoration; reuniting;

[RECONCILIATOR, RECONCILIATORIS] : N restorer;

[RECONCILIO, RECONCILIARE, RECONCILIAVI, RECONCILIATUS] : V restore; reconcile;

[RECONCILIO] : to restore, repair/ (of persons) unite, reconcile.

[RECONCILIO] : to restore, repair / (of persons) unite, reconcile.

[RECONDITUS, RECONDITA, RECONDITUM] : ADJ hidden, concealed; abstruse, recherche;

[RECONDO, RECONDERE, RECONDIDI, RECONDITUS] : V hide, conceal; put away;

[RECONDO] : lay up, store, hoard.

[RECOQUO, RECOQUERE, RECOXI, RECOCTUS] : V renew by cooking, boil again, rehash; reheat, melt down; forge anew;

[RECOQUO] : recast.

[RECORDATIO, RECORDATIONIS] : N recollection;

[RECORDATIO] : recollection, memory, recall.

[RECORDO] : to be mindful of, recollect .

[RECORDOR, RECORDARI, -, RECORDATUS SUM] : V think over; call to mind, remember;

[RECORDOR] : to remember, think of, recollect, ponder over.

[RECREATIO, RECREATIONIS] : N restoration; recovery/convalescence (l+s); refreshment, diversion/entertainment;

[RECREO, RECREARE, RECREAVI, RECREATUS] : V restore, revive;

[RECREO] : to recreate, restore, revive.

[RECREPO, RECREPARE, RECREPUI] : V sound in answer, resound;

[RECRESCO, RECRESCERE, RECREVI, RECRETUS] : V grow again;

[RECRO] : to recreate, restore, revive.

[RECRUDESCO, RECRUDESCERE, RECRUDUI] : V become raw again; break out/open again/afresh;

[RECTA] : ADV directly, straight;

[RECTE] : ADV vertically; rightly, correctly, properly, well;

[RECTE] : rightly, correctly

[RECTIFICO, RECTIFICARE, RECTIFICAVI, RECTIFICATUS] : V rectify, regulate, control, govern/direct by rule/regulation;

[RECTILINEUS, RECTILINEA, RECTILINEUM] : ADJ rectilinear; in a straight line;

[RECTITUDO, RECTITUDINIS] : N straightness; uprightness; erect posure; correctness (spelling); rectitude;

[RECTOR, RECTORIS] : N guide, director, helmsman; horseman; driver; leader, ruler, governor;

[RECTOR] : guider, leader, director, ruler, master.

[RECTOR] : guider, leader, director, ruler, master

[RECTUM, RECTI] : N the right, virtue;

[RECTUS, RECTA -UM, RECTIOR -OR -US, RECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ right, proper; straight; honest;

[RECTUS] : right, correct, proper, upright, natural, plain.

[RECTUS] : straight, appropriate.

[RECUBITUS, RECUBITUS] : N seat; dining/reclining couch;

[RECUBO, RECUBARE, RECUBUI, RECUBITUS] : V lie down/back, recline, lie on the back;

[RECUBO] : to recline, lie.

[RECUMBO, RECUMBERE, RECUBUI] : V recline, lie at ease, sink/lie/settle back/down; recline at table;

[RECUPERATIO, RECUPERATIONIS] : N recovery; regaining; judgement by board of reciperatores/assessors;

[RECUPERATIO] : recovery, recuperation.

[RECUPERATIVUS, RECUPERATIVA, RECUPERATIVUM] : ADJ relating to/involving recovery; (of disputes over property);

[RECUPERATOR, RECUPERATORIS] : N assessor dealing w/disputes between aliens and romans; recoverer/regainer;

[RECUPERATORIUS, RECUPERATORIA, RECUPERATORIUM] : ADJ of assessor dealing w/disputes between aliens and romans; recoverer/regainer;

[RECUPERO, RECUPERARE, RECUPERAVI, RECUPERATUS] : V regain, restore, restore to health; refresh, recuperate;

[RECUPERO] : to regain, recoup, recover.

[RECURO, RECURARE, RECURAVI, RECURATUS] : V cure, restore, refresh;

[RECURRO, RECURRERE, RECURRI] : V run or hasten back; return; have recourse (to);

[RECURSO, RECURSARE, RECURSAVI, RECURSATUS] : V keep rebounding/recoiling; keep recurring to the mind;

[RECURSUS, RECURSUS] : N running back, retreat, return;

[RECURVO, RECURVARE, RECURVAVI, RECURVATUS] : V bend back;

[RECURVUS, RECURVA, RECURVUM] : ADJ bent back on itself, bent round;

[RECUSATIO, RECUSATIONIS] : N refusal;

[RECUSO, RECUSARE, RECUSAVI, RECUSATUS] : V reject, refuse, refuse to; object; decline;

[RECUSO] : to refuse, decline, reject, be unwilling

[RECUSO] : to refuse.

[RECUTIO, RECUTERE, RECUSSI, RECUSSUS] : V strike so as to cause to vibrate;

[REDARDESCO, REDARDESCERE,] : V blaze up again;

[REDARGUO, REDARGUERE, REDARGUI] : V refute; prove untrue;

[REDARGUO] : disprove, refute. with gen. prove guilty, convict.

[REDARGUO] : to confute.

[REDDO, REDDERE, REDDIDI, REDDITUS] : V return; restore; deliver; hand over, pay back, render, give back; translate;

[REDDO] : to give back, restore, return/ answer, translate, render.

[REDDO] : to give back, restore, return / answer, translate, render.

[REDDO] : to impart, render, return, hand over, surrender.

[REDDO] : to repeat, recite, represent, imitate, pay up, deliver.

[REDEMPTIO, REDEMPTIONIS] : N redemption, buying back, ransoming; deliverance;

[REDEMPTIO] : ransoming, redemption, buying back, farming taxes.

[REDEMPTOR, REDEMPTORIS] : N contractor, undertaker, purveyor, farmer; redeemer; one who buys back;

[REDEMPTOR] : redeemer (Christ).

[REDEO, REDIRE, REDIVI(II), REDITUS] : V return, go back, give back; fall back on, revert to; respond, pay back;

[REDEO] : to be reduced to, fall back upon.

[REDEO] : to fall back upon, be reduced to, be brought to.

[REDEO] : to go back, come back, return/ (revenue) to come in.

[REDEO] : to go back, come back, return /(revenue) to come in.

[REDHIBEO, REDHIBERE, REDHIBUI, REDHIBITUS] : V to take back;

[REDIGO, REDIGERE, REDEGI, REDACTUS] : V drive back; reduce; render;

[REDIGO] : (redactum) to bring or reduce to a condition, lessen.

[REDIGO] : to bring back, make, reduce.

[REDIMICULUM, REDIMICULI] : N female headband;

[REDIMIO, REDIMIRE, REDIMIVI, REDIMITUS] : V encircle with a garland, wreathe around; surround, encircle;

[REDIMIO, REDIMIRE, REDIMIVI, REDIMITUS] : V encircle with garland, wreathe round; surround, encircle;

[REDIMIO] : to crown, bind around.

[REDIMIO] : to crown, bind around, encircle, surround.

[REDIMO, REDIMERE, REDEMI, REDEMPTUS] : V redeem; atone for; ransom; rescue/save; contract for; buy/purchase; buy off;

[REDIMO, REDIMERE, REDEMI, REDEMPTUS] : V buy back, recover, replace by purchase; buy up; make good, fulfil (promise);

[REDIMO, REDIMERE, REDIMI] : V redeem; atone for; ransom; rescue/save; contract for; buy/purchase; buy off;

[REDIMO, REDIMERE, REDIMI] : V buy back, recover, replace by purchase; buy up; make good, fulfil (promise);

[REDIMO] : to redeem, ransom, buy back/ hire, buy, procure.

[REDIMO] : to redeem, ransom, buy back / hire, buy, procure

[REDINTEGRO, REDINTEGRARE, REDINTEGRAVI, REDINTEGRATUS] : V renew; revive;

[REDINTEGRO] : to repair, fix, restore.

[REDIPISCOR, REDIPISCI,] : V to get back;

[REDITIO, REDITIONIS] : N returning; going back;

[REDITUS, REDITUS] : N return, returning; revenue, income, procedes; produce (plater);

[REDITUS] : return / income, revenue / reward.

[REDITUS] : return/ income, revenue/ reward.

[REDIVIA, REDIVIAE] : N hangnail; whitlow;

[REDIVIVUS, REDIVIVA, REDIVIVUM] : ADJ re-used, secondhand;

[REDIVIVUS] : rennovated, reconstructed, rebuilt / recycled.

[REDIVIVUS] : rennovated, reconstructed, rebuilt/ recycled.

[REDOLEO, REDOLERE, REDOLUI] : V emit a scent, be odorous;

[REDOMITUS, REDOMITA, REDOMITUM] : ADJ tamed again;

[REDOMO] : to break, tame

[REDONO, REDONARE, REDONAVI, REDONATUS] : V give back again; forgive;

[REDONO] : to give back, give up.

[REDORMIO, REDORMIRE, REDORMIVI, REDORMITUS] : V go back to sleep, fall asleep again;

[REDORMISCO, REDORMISCERE,] : V go back to sleep, fall asleep again; (erasmus);

[REDUCO, REDUCERE, REDUXI, REDUCTUS] : V lead back, bring back; restore; reduce;

[REDUCO] : to lead back, bring back, return.

[REDUCTOR, REDUCTORIS] : N restorer;

[REDUCTUS, REDUCTA, REDUCTUM] : ADJ receding deeply, set back;

[REDUNCUS, REDUNCA, REDUNCUM] : ADJ bent back, curved;

[REDUNDANTIA, REDUNDANTIAE] : N overflow, overflowing, excessive flow; redundancy; reversal of flow;

[REDUNDANTIA] : overflowing, redundancy.

[REDUNDO, REDUNDARE, REDUNDAVI, REDUNDATUS] : V overflow; be too numerous;

[REDUNDO] : to overflow, stream over, overflow, excess, flood.

[REDUVIA, REDUVIAE] : N hangnail; whitlow;

[REDUX, (GEN.), REDUCIS] : ADJ coming back, returning;

[REDUX] : one brought back from imprisonment.

[REFACTOR, REFACTORIS] : N remaker;

[REFECTIO, REFECTIONIS] : N restoration/repair; remaking; recouping; refreshment; recovery/convalescence;

[REFECTIO, REFECTIONIS] : N dining room; guest chamber (plater);

[REFECTOR, REFECTORIS] : N restorer, repairer, renewer; (spirtual of persons);

[REFECTORIUM, REFECTORII] : N refectory; dining room;

[REFECTORIUM] : refectory, monastic mess hall.

[REFECTORIUS, REFECTORIA, REFECTORIUM] : ADJ refreshing;

[REFELLO, REFELLERE, REFELLI] : V refute, rebut;

[REFER] : to recount, recite, announce, allege, report, reply.

[REFERCIO, REFERCIRE, REFERSI, REFERTUS] : V fill up, stuff/cram full; pack close, condense, mass together;

[REFERCIO] : to stuff, cram.

[REFERO RETULI RELATUM] : to bring back a message, refer.

[REFERO, REFERRE, RETTULI, RELATUS] : V give back; renew; report; return, pay back (referre gratiam => return thanks);

[REFERO] : retuli ; relatum ; to bring back a message, refer.

[REFERO] : to bring as expected, pay up, deliver.

[REFERO] : to bring again, restore, repeat, echo, reproduce, recall.

[REFERO] : to carry back, bring back, return.

[REFERO] : to put down, enter (in a register)/ assign to a cause.

[REFERO] : to put down, enter (in a register) / assign to a cause.

[REFERO] : to say back, reply, answer.

[REFERT RETULI] : (impersonal) it concerns, it makes a difference.

[REFERT] : (impersonal) it concerns, it makes a difference.

[REFERTUS, REFERTA -UM, REFERTIOR -OR -US, REFERTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ stuffed, crammed, filled full to bursting with, replete; crowded; loaded;

[REFERTUS] : stuffed, crammed.

[REFICIO, REFICERE, REFECI, REFECTUS] : V rebuild, repair, restore;

[REFICIO] : to repair, fill.

[REFIGO, REFIGERE, REFIXI, REFIXUS] : V unfix, unfasten, detach; pull out, take off, tear down;

[REFLECTO, REFLECTERE, REFLEXI, REFLEXUS] : V bend back; turn back; turn round;

[REFLO, REFLARE, REFLAVI, REFLATUS] : V blow back again;

[REFLUO, REFLUERE,] : V flow back, recede;

[REFLUUS, REFLUA, REFLUUM] : ADJ flowing back;

[REFOCILLATIO, REFOCILLATIONIS] : N refreshment; reinvigoration;

[REFOCILLATRIX, REFOCILLATRICIS] : N reviver, she who revives/revivifies(/refreshes/reinvorgates?);

[REFOCILLO, REFOCILLARE, REFOCILLAVI, REFOCILLATUS] : V revive, revivify; warm to life again; relieve (ecc);

[REFOCILO, REFOCILARE, REFOCILAVI, REFOCILATUS] : V revive, revivify; warm to life again; relieve (ecc);

[REFORMIDO, REFORMIDARE, REFORMIDAVI, REFORMIDATUS] : V dread; shun; shrink from; recoil at the sight of;

[REFORMO, REFORMARE, REFORMAVI, REFORMATUS] : V transform, remold; form (a new shape); restore;

[REFORMO] : to form again, mould anew.

[REFORMO] : to form again, re-establish, mould anew.

[REFOVEO, REFOVERE, REFOVI, REFOTUS] : V warm again; refresh, revive;

[REFOVEO] : to cherish again, refresh, warm.

[REFRACTARIOLUS, REFRACTARIOLA, REFRACTARIOLUM] : ADJ somewhat stubborn;

[REFRAGATIO] : resistance.

[REFRAGOR, REFRAGARI, -, REFRAGATUS SUM] : V oppose (candidate/interests); act to disadvantage of; act counter to, mitigate;

[REFRENO, REFRENARE, REFRENAVI, REFRENATUS] : V curb, check; restrain;

[REFRENO] : to check, rein in.

[REFRICO, REFRICARE, REFRICAVI, REFRICATUS] : V gall; excite again;

[REFRIGERIUM, REFRIGERI(I)] : N rest; relief; cool period; cooling; consolation, mitigation (l+s);

[REFRIGERIUM] : consolation.

[REFRIGERO, REFRIGERARE, REFRIGERAVI, REFRIGERATUS] : V make cool;

[REFRIGESCO, REFRIGESCERE, REFRIXI] : V grow cold, cool down;

[REFRINGO, REFRINGERE, REFREGI, REFRACTUS] : V break open;

[REFUGIO, REFUGERE, REFUGI] : V flee back; run away, escape;

[REFUGIUM, REFUGI(I)] : N refuge;

[REFUGIUM] : refuge

[REFUGIUM] : refuge.

[REFUGUS, REFUGA, REFUGUM] : ADJ fleeing, receding;

[REFULGEO, REFULGERE, REFULSI] : V flash back, reflect light; shine brightly; gleam, glitter, glisten;

[REFULGO, REFULGERE, REFULSI] : V flash back, glitter;

[REFULGO] : to shine brightly.

[REFUNDO, REFUNDERE, REFUDI, REFUSUS] : V pour back;

[REFUNDO] : to infuse.

[REFUTO, REFUTARE, REFUTAVI, REFUTATUS] : V check; refute;

[REFUTO] : to repel, repress, oppose.

[REGALIS, REGALIS, REGALE] : ADJ royal, regal;

[REGALIS] : of a king, royal, regal.

[REGENERO] : to be born again.

[REGERO, REGERERE, REGESSI, REGESTUS] : V carry back; throw back; throw back by way of retort;

[REGIA, REGIAE] : N palace, court; residence;

[REGIA] : a plant = basilisca?

[REGIFICUS, REGIFICA, REGIFICUM] : ADJ fit for a king;

[REGIMEN, REGIMINIS] : N control, steering; direction;

[REGIMEN] : rule, guidance.

[REGINA, REGINAE] : N queen;

[REGINA] : queen.

[REGIO, REGIONIS] : N area, region; neighborhood; district, country; direction;

[REGIO] : region.

[REGIUS, REGIA, REGIUM] : ADJ of a king,royal, regal;

[REGIUS] : royal, regal.

[REGNATOR, REGNATORIS] : N king, lord;

[REGNO, REGNARE, REGNAVI, REGNATUS] : V reign, rule; be king; play the lord, be master;

[REGNUM, REGNI] : N royal power; power; control; kingdom;

[REGNUM] : rule, authority, kingdom, realm.

[REGO REXI RECTUM] : to guide, direct, to rule.

[REGO, REGERE, REXI, RECTUS] : V rule, guide; manage, direct;

[REGO] : rexi ; rectum ; to guide, govern, direct, to rule.

[REGREDIOR, REGREDI, -, REGRESSUS SUM] : V go back, return, retreat;

[REGREDIOR] : to march back, retreat, return.

[REGRESSUS, REGRESSUS] : N going back, return;

[REGRESSUS] : retreat.

[REGULA, REGULAE] : N ruler, rod, bar; basic principle, rule;

[REGULA] : rule / monastic rule.

[REGULA] : rule/ monastic rule.

[REGULUS, REGULI] : N petty king, prince;

[REHENDO, REHENDERE, REHENDI, REHENSUS] : V hold back, seize, catch; blame, reprove;

[REICIO, REICERE, REJECI, REJECTUS] : V throw back; drive back; repulse, repel; refuse, reject, scorn;

[REJICIO, REJICERE, REJECI, REJECTUS] : V throw back; drive back; repulse, repel; refuse, reject, scorn;

[RELABOR, RELABI, -, RELAPSUS SUM] : V fall back, vanish;

[RELANGUESCO, RELANGUESCERE, RELANGUI] : V become faint, become weak; sink down;

[RELATA REFERO. ] : PHRASE I tell what i have been told.

[RELATIO, RELATIONIS] : N narration, relating of events, recital; act of carrying back; figure of speech;

[RELATIO, RELATIONIS] : N reference to standard; retorting on accuser; giving oath in reply; repayment;

[RELATIO, RELATIONIS] : N laying of matter before senate, such motion; referring back case to magistrate;

[RELATIO] : to report.

[RELATUS, RELATUS] : N narration, telling of events; utterance (of sounds) in reply;

[RELATUS] : recital, report.

[RELAXO, RELAXARE, RELAXAVI, RELAXATUS] : V loosen, widen; relax;

[RELAXO] : to loosen, enlarge, relax, ease, lighten.

[RELEGATIO, RELEGATIONIS] : N banishment;

[RELEGO RELEGI RELECTUM] : to read again, re-read.

[RELEGO, RELEGARE, RELEGAVI, RELEGATUS] : V banish, remove; relegate;

[RELEGO, RELEGERE, RELEGI, RELECTUS] : V read again, reread;

[RELEGO] : relegi ; relectum ; to read again, re-read.

[RELEVO, RELEVARE, RELEVAVI, RELEVATUS] : V relieve, alleviate, diminish;

[RELEVO] : to lift again, lighten, alleviate, relieve.

[RELICTUM, RELICTI] : N that which is left/forsaken/abandoned/left untouched; the residue/remaining;

[RELICTUS, RELICTA -UM, RELICTIOR -OR -US, RELICTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ forsaken, abandoned, derelict; left untouched;

[RELICTUS] : (fr. relinquo) having inherited, been bequeathed.

[RELICTUS] : left behind.

[RELICTUS] : someone having inherited, been bequeathed.

[RELICUM, RELICI] : N mortal remains (pl.); future, things yet to be, subquent events;

[RELICUM, RELICI] : N that left after subtraction/elimination, remainder, residue, rest; balance owed;

[RELICUS, RELICA, RELICUM] : ADJ the rest of/remaining/available/left; surviving; future/further; yet to be/owed;

[RELICUUM, RELICUI] : N that left after subtraction/elimination, remainder, residue, rest; balance owed;

[RELICUUM, RELICUI] : N mortal remains (pl.); future, things yet to be, subquent events;

[RELICUUS, RELICUA, RELICUUM] : ADJ the rest of/remaining/available/left; surviving; future/further; yet to be/owed;

[RELIDO, RELIDERE, RELISI, RELISUS] : V strike (back); refuse, reject; tear to pieces (saxo), remove, rub out; destroy;

[RELIGIO, RELIGIONIS] : N supernatural constraint/taboo; obligation; sanction; worship; rite; sanctity;

[RELIGIO, RELIGIONIS] : N reverence/respect/awe/conscience/scruples; religion; order of monks/nuns (bee);

[RELIGIO] : fear of God, way of life, esp of monks/ nuns.

[RELIGIO] : religious order.

[RELIGIO] : strict observance, piety, devoutness/ rule of an order.

[RELIGIOSE] : ADV carefully; reverently; conscientiously;

[RELIGIOSITAS, RELIGIOSITATIS] : N regard for the devine law;

[RELIGIOSUS, RELIGIOSI] : N religious devotee; member of a religious order (bee);

[RELIGIOSUS, RELIGIOSA, RELIGIOSUM] : ADJ pious/devout/religious/scrupulous; supertitious; taboo; sacred; reverent/devout;

[RELIGIOSUS] : god-fearing.

[RELIGO, RELIGARE, RELIGAVI, RELIGATUS] : V tie out of the way; bind fast; moor;

[RELINQUO, RELINQUERE, RELIQUI, RELICTUS] : V leave behind, abandon; (pass.) be left, remain; bequeath;

[RELINQUO] : to leave behind, bequeath/ abandon, forsake.

[RELIQUIA, RELIQUIAE] : N remains/relics (pl.)(esp. after cremation); remnants/traces/vestiges; survivors;

[RELIQUUM, RELIQUI] : N that left after subtraction/elimination, remainder, residue, rest; balance owed;

[RELIQUUM, RELIQUI] : N mortal remains (pl.); future, things yet to be, subquent events;

[RELIQUUM] : remainder, what is left, leavings.

[RELIQUUS, RELIQUA, RELIQUUM] : ADJ the rest of/remaining/available/left; surviving; future/further; yet to be/owed;

[RELUCEO, RELUCERE, RELUXI] : V shine out;

[RELUCESCO, RELUCESCERE, RELUXI] : V grow bright again;

[RELUCESCO] : to become bright again.

[RELUCTOR, RELUCTARI, -, RELUCTATUS SUM] : V resist, struggle against, make opposition;

[RELUCTOR] : to struggle against, resist.

[REM TENE, VERBA SEQUENTUR. ] : PHRASE Keep to the subject and the words will follow.

[REMANDATUM] : reply.

[REMANDO] : to notify in return, send back word, respond.

[REMANDO] : to send back word.

[REMANEO, REMANERE, REMANSI, REMANSUS] : V stay behind; continue, remain;

[REMANEO] : to remain behind, stay, continue.

[REMANEO] : to remain, stay, continue

[REMANO, REMANARE, REMANAVI, REMANATUS] : V to flow back;

[REMEDIUM, REMEDI(I)] : N remedy, cure; medicine;

[REMEDIUM] : cure, remedy, nostrum, medicine.

[REMEMDIUM] : cure, remedy, nostrum, medicine.

[REMEMORATIO, REMEMORATIONIS] : N rememberance;

[REMEO, REMEARE, REMEAVI, REMEATUS] : V go or come back, return;

[REMEO] : to return home, return.

[REMETIOR, REMETIRI, -, REMENSUS SUM] : V go back over;

[REMEX, REMIGIS] : N oarsman, rower;

[REMIGATIO, REMIGATIONIS] : N rowing;

[REMIGIUM, REMIGI(I)] : N rowing, oarage;

[REMIGIUM] : oar, rowing.

[REMIGO, REMIGARE, REMIGAVI, REMIGATUS] : V row, use oars;

[REMIGRO, REMIGRARE, REMIGRAVI, REMIGRATUS] : V move back; return;

[REMINISCOR, REMINISCI,] : V call to mind, recollect;

[REMINISCOR] : to recall.

[REMISSE, REMISSIUS, REMISSISSIME] : ADV half-heartedly; feebly; inattentively; w/laxity of discipline; mildly/liently;

[REMISSE, REMISSIUS, REMISSISSIME] : ADV loosly; without vehemence/passion; placidly; unconstrainedly; light-heartedly;

[REMISSIO, REMISSIONIS] : N sending back/away, returning, releasing; abating; forgiveness; remiss;

[REMISSUS, REMISSA -UM, REMISSIOR -OR -US, REMISSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ lenient, forbearing; moderate, not intense/potent; low (valuation); fever-free;

[REMISSUS, REMISSA -UM, REMISSIOR -OR -US, REMISSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ relaxed/slack/sagging; loosly spaced; remiss; mild/gentle; free-and-easy/casual;

[REMITTO, REMITTERE, REMISI, REMISSUS] : V send back, remit; throw back, relax, diminish;

[REMITTO] : to forgive, send back.

[REMOLIOR, REMOLIRI, -, REMOLITUS SUM] : V push/press/heave back/away;

[REMOLLESCO, REMOLLESCERE,] : V become soft again; grow soft;

[REMORAMEN, REMORAMINIS] : N delay;

[REMORDEO, REMORDERE, -, REMORSUS] : V bite back; gnaw, nag;

[REMOROR, REMORARI, -, REMORATUS SUM] : V delay;

[REMOTUS, REMOTA, REMOTUM] : ADJ remote;

[REMOVEO, REMOVERE, REMOVI, REMOTUS] : V move back; put away; withdraw; remove;

[REMOVEO] : to draw back, set aside, take away.

[REMUGIO, REMUGIRE,] : V bellow back, moo in reply; resound;

[REMULCEO, REMULCERE, REMULSI, REMULSUS] : V stroke/fold back;

[REMULCUM, REMULCI] : N tow-rope;

[REMUNERO, REMUNERARE, REMUNERAVI, REMUNERATUS] : V reward, recompense, remunerate;

[REMUNERO, REMUNERARE, REMUNERAVI, REMUNERATUS] : V reward; repay, recompense, remunerate; requite; pay back, retaliate;

[REMUNEROR, REMUNERARI, -, REMUNERATUS SUM] : V reward, repay, recompense, remunerate; requite; pay back, retaliate;

[REMUNEROR] : to repay.

[REMUNEROR] : to repay, reward.

[REMUNIO] : to refortify.

[REMUS, REMI] : N oar;

[RENARRO, RENARRARE, RENARRAVI, RENARRATUS] : V tell over again;

[RENASCOR, RENASCI, -, RENATUS SUM] : V be born again, be renewed, be revived;

[RENIDENS, (GEN.), RENIDENTIS] : ADJ shining, gleaming;

[RENIDEO, RENIDERE,] : V shine (back), gleam; smile back (at);

[RENIS, RENIS] : N kidneys (pl.);

[RENITEO] : to flash.

[RENITOR, RENITI, -, RENISUS SUM] : V struggle, offer physical resistance; be resistant (substance), not to yield;

[RENNUO, RENNUERE, RENNUI, RENNUTUS] : V refuse; disapprove; decline; give a refusal; throw back head/eye/brows as sign;

[RENO, RENONIS] : N reindeer-skin; deerskin garment; fur cloak;

[RENOVAMEN, RENOVAMINIS] : N renewal;

[RENOVATIO] : renewal, renovation, restoration.

[RENOVO, RENOVARE, RENOVAVI, RENOVATUS] : V renew, restore; revive;

[RENOVO] : to revive, renew, restore, repair, repeat.

[RENUNCULUS, RENUNCULI] : N little kidney (usu. pl.);

[RENUNTIO, RENUNTIARE, RENUNTIAVI, RENUNTIATUS] : V report, announce; reject;

[RENUNTIO] : to declare, announce, report, give notice.

[RENUO, RENUERE, RENUI, RENUTUS] : V refuse; disapprove; decline; give a refusal; throw back head/eye/brows as sign;

[RENUO] : to deny, refuse, reject.

[REOR, RERI, -, RATUS SUM] : V think, regard; deem; suppose, believe, reckon;

[REOR] : to think, suppose, decide

[REOR] : to think, suppose, decide.

[REPAGULUM, REPAGULI] : N door-bars (pl.);

[REPANDUS, REPANDA, REPANDUM] : ADJ spread out, flattened back;

[REPARABILIS, REPARABILIS, REPARABILE] : ADJ capable of being recovered or restored;

[REPARATIO, REPARATIONIS] : N restoration; renewal;

[REPARO, REPARARE, REPARAVI, REPARATUS] : V prepare again; renew, revive;

[REPARO] : to restore, renew, make good / buy, purchase, obtain in trade

[REPARO] : to restore, renew, make good/ buy, purchase, obtain in trade.

[REPASTINATIO, REPASTINATIONIS] : N digging up again;

[REPATRIO, REPATRIONIS] : N return to one's country; go home again;

[REPECTO, REPECTERE, REPEXI, REPEXUS] : V comb back;

[REPECTO] : to comb back

[REPECTO] : to comb back.

[REPEDO, REPEDARE, REPEDAVI, REPEDATUS] : V return, go back; retire;

[REPEDO] : to go back.

[REPELLO, REPELLERE, REPPULI, REPULSUS] : V drive/push/thrust back/away; repel/rebuff/spurn; fend off; exclude/bar; refute;

[REPELLO, REPELLERE, REPULI, REPULSUS] : V drive/push/thrust back/away; repel/rebuff/spurn; fend off; exclude/bar; refute;

[REPELLO] : to drive back, repel

[REPELLO] : to drive back, repel.

[REPENDO, REPENDERE, REPENDI, REPENSUS] : V weigh/balance (against); weigh out/pat in return; purchase, compensate;

[REPENDO] : to ransom, pay back, requite.

[REPENS, (GEN.), REPENTIS] : ADJ sudden, unexpected;

[REPENS] : sudden, unexpected, fresh, recent.

[REPENTE] : ADV suddenly, unexpectedly;

[REPENTE] : suddenly, unexpectedly.

[REPENTINA] : sudden, unexpected.

[REPENTINUS, REPENTINA, REPENTINUM] : ADJ sudden, hasty; unexpected;

[REPERCO, REPERCERE, REPEPERCI] : V to spare, be sparing, abstain;

[REPERCO, REPERCERE, REPERSI] : V to spare, be sparing, abstain;

[REPERCUTIO, REPERCUTERE, REPERCUSSI, REPERCUSSUS] : V cause to rebound, reflect, strike against;

[REPERE] : to crawl.

[REPERIO, REPERIRE, REPPERI, REPERTUS] : V discover, learn; light on; find/obtain/get; find out/to be, get to know; invent;

[REPERIO] : get again, find again / discover, invent.

[REPERIO] : to get again, find, ascertain, invent, find again.

[REPERIO] : to get again, find, ascertain, dicover, invent.

[REPERIO] : to meet with, devise, hit upon, discover, find.

[REPERTOR, REPERTORIS] : N discoverer, inventor, author;

[REPERTUM, REPERTI] : N discovery; invention; finding again (l+s);

[REPETITIO, REPETITIONIS] : N repetition;

[REPETITIO] : repetition.

[REPETO, REPETERE, REPETIVI, REPETITUS] : V return to; get back; demand back/again; repeat; recall; claim;

[REPETO] : to fall upon again, repeat, demand repeatedly, return.

[REPETO] : to return to, begin again, deduce, recall, recollect.

[REPETO] : to seek again, ask back.

[REPETUNDA, REPETUNDAE] : N the recovery (pl.) of extorted money;

[REPLEO, REPLERE, REPLEVI, REPLETUS] : V fill again; complete, fill;

[REPLEO] : to replenish, fill up, fill up again, fill, satisfy.

[REPLETUS, REPLETA, REPLETUM] : ADJ full (of);

[REPLETUS] : filled, full.

[REPLICO, REPLICARE, REPLICAVI, REPLICATUS] : V turn/fold/bend back (on); unroll (scroll); unwind (cable); go over and over;

[REPLICO, REPLICARE, REPLICUI, REPLICATUS] : V repeat; turn/fold/bend back (on); unroll, unwind; go over and over;

[REPLICO] : to reflect upon, withdraw.

[REPO REPSI REPTUM] : to creep, crawl.

[REPO, REPERE, REPSI, REPTUS] : V creep, crawl;

[REPO] : repsi ; reptum ; to creep, crawl.

[REPONO, REPONERE, REPOSUI, REPOSITUS] : V put back; restore; store; repeat;

[REPONO] : to deposit, lay up, store / requite.

[REPONO] : to deposit, lay up, store/ requite.

[REPORTO, REPORTARE, REPORTAVI, REPORTATUS] : V carry back; report;

[REPOSCO, REPOSCERE,] : V demand back; claim as one's due;

[REPOSITORIUM, REPOSITORI(I)] : N tray;

[REPOSITUS, REPOSITA, REPOSITUM] : ADJ remote, out of the way;

[REPOSTOR, REPOSTORIS] : N restorer;

[REPOSTUS, REPOSTA, REPOSTUM] : ADJ remote, out of the way;

[REPOTIUM, REPOTI(I)] : N drinking (pl.), raveling;

[REPPERIO, REPPERIRE, REPPERI, REPPERTUS] : V discover, learn; light on; find/obtain/get; find out/to be, get to know; invent;

[REPPERTUM, REPPERTI] : N discovery; invention; finding again (l+s);

[REPRAESENTO, REPRAESENTARE, REPRAESENTAVI, REPRAESENTATUS] : V represent, depict; show, exhibit, display; manifest; pay down, pay in cash;

[REPRAESENTO] : to display, hurry on.

[REPREHENDO, REPREHENDERE, REPREHENDI, REPREHENSUS] : V hold back, seize, catch; blame;

[REPREHENDO] : to blame, reprove, refute, hold back, check, catch.

[REPREHENSIBILIS, REPREHENSIBILIS, REPREHENSIBILE] : ADJ reprehensible, blameworthy, open to censure; (people/conduct);

[REPREHENSIO, REPREHENSIONIS] : N blame/reprimand/criticism; censuring/finding fault; refutation; self-correction;

[REPRENSIO, REPRENSIONIS] : N blame/reprimand/criticism; censuring/finding fault; refutation; self-correction;

[REPRIMO, REPRIMERE, REPRESSI, REPRESSUS] : V press back, repress; check, prevent, restrain;

[REPROBA] : -ae, false

[REPROBA] : -ae, false.

[REPROBABILIS] : comtemptible.

[REPROBO, REPROBARE, REPROBAVI, REPROBATUS] : V condemn; reject;

[REPROBO] : atum ; reject, disaprove, condemn

[REPROBO] : reject, disaprove, condemn.

[REPROBUS, REPROBA, REPROBUM] : ADJ base, rejected; rejected/condemned as below standard;

[REPROMISSIO, REPROMISSIONIS] : N formal promise/guarantee/undertaking;

[REPROMISSUM, REPROMISSI] : N formal promise/guarantee/undertaking;

[REPROMITTO, REPROMITTERE, REPROMISI, REPROMISSUS] : V guarantee, give one's word; promise (do/give, that); give formal undertaking;

[REPROMITTO] : to promise in return, promise again.

[REPTATUS, REPTATA, REPTATUM] : ADJ crawled/crept through;

[REPTATUS, REPTATUS] : N act of crawling;

[REPTILE, REPTILIS] : N reptile;

[REPTILIS, REPTILIS, REPTILE] : ADJ creeping; reptile;

[REPTO, REPTARE, REPTAVI, REPTATUS] : V crawl/creep (over); move slowly/lazily/furtively, stroll/saunter, slink, grope;

[REPUDIO, REPUDIARE, REPUDIAVI, REPUDIATUS] : V reject; repudiate; scorn;

[REPUDIUM, REPUDI(I)] : N repudiation/rejection of prospective spouse, notification of; divorce;

[REPUERASCO, REPUERASCERE,] : V to become a boy again, to frolic;

[REPUGNO, REPUGNARE, REPUGNAVI, REPUGNATUS] : V fight back, oppose; be incompatible with; disagree with;

[REPUGNO] : to make resistance.

[REPUGNO] : to oppose, resist, withstand.

[REPULSA, REPULSAE] : N electoral defeat; rebuff;

[REPULSO, REPULSARE, REPULSAVI, REPULSATUS] : V drive back; reject;

[REPUNGO] : to prick, goad.

[REPUO] : to reject

[REPUO] : to reject.

[REPUTO, REPUTARE, REPUTAVI, REPUTATUS] : V think over, reflect;

[REPUTO] : -are, to consider, judge

[REPUTO] : to believe, suppose.

[REPUTO] : to reckon, reflect upon, impute, think, judge.

[REQUIES, REQUIEI] : N rest (from labor), respite; intermission, pause, break; amusement, hobby;

[REQUIES, REQUIETIS] : N rest (from labor), respite; intermission, pause, break; amusement, hobby;

[REQUIES] : repose.

[REQUIESCAT IN PACE (R.I.P.) ] : PHRASE rest in peace

[REQUIESCO, REQUIESCERE, REQUIEVI, REQUIETUS] : V quiet down] : rest; end;

[REQUIETIO, REQUIETIONIS] : N rest; repose;

[REQUIETUM] : repose, rest.

[REQUIETUM] : to rest.

[REQUIETUS, REQUIETA, REQUIETUM] : ADJ rested; improved by lying fallow;

[REQUIRO, REQUIRERE, REQUISIVI, REQUISITUS] : V require, seek, ask for; need; miss, pine for;

[REQUIRO] : to ask for, look for, demand, desire, miss.

[REQUIRO] : to seek, hunt for.

[RERUM CONCORDIA DISCORS. ] : PHRASE The concord of things through discord.

[RES PUBLICA] : commonwealth, state, republic, public business.

[RES REI] : thing, matter, busines, affair.

[RES SEVERA EST VERUM GAUDIUM. ] : PHRASE True joy is a serious thing.

[RES, REI] : N thing; event, business; fact; cause; property; (res familiaris => property);

[RES, UNDECLINED] : N res; (20th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as r);

[RES] : occurrence, deed, condition, case.

[RES] : thing, object, being, matter, affair, event, fact, circumstance.

[RESACRO, RESACRARE, RESACRAVI, RESACRATUS] : V to implore again and again; to free from a curse;

[RESANESCO, RESANESCERE, RESANUI] : V be healed;

[RESARCIO, RESARCIRE, RESARSI, RESARSUS] : V restore, make good (a loss); mend, repair (something damaged);

[RESARCIO, RESARCIRE, RESARSI, RESARTUS] : V restore, make good (a loss); mend, repair (something damaged);

[RESARCIO] : to repair, mend, patch.

[RESCINDO, RESCINDERE, RESCIDI, RESCISSUS] : V cut out; cut down, destroy; annul; rescind;

[RESCISCO, RESCISCERE, RESCIVI, RESCITUS] : V learn, find out, ascertain; bring to light;

[RESCRIBO, RESCRIBERE, RESCRIPSI, RESCRIPTUS] : V write back in reply;

[RESECO, RESECARE, RESECUI, RESECTUS] : V cut back, trim; reap, cut short;

[RESECO] : to cut back, cut short, diminish.

[RESECO] : to cut back, cut short, diminish

[RESECO] : to cut loose, intransitive ; to depart.

[RESECRO, RESECRARE, RESECRAVI, RESECRATUS] : V to implore again and again; to free from a curse;

[RESEMINO, RESEMINARE, RESEMINAVI, RESEMINATUS] : V reproduce;

[RESEQUOR, RESEQUI, -, RESECUTUS SUM] : V reply to;

[RESERO, RESERARE, RESERAVI, RESERATUS] : V open up, unseal, unbar (gate/door), unfasten; make accessible; uncover, expose;

[RESERO] : to reveal.

[RESERVO, RESERVARE, RESERVAVI, RESERVATUS] : V reserve; spare; hold on to;

[RESERVO] : keep back, hold back, reserve/ keep, protect, preserve.

[RESERVO] : keep back, hold back, reserve / keep, preserve.

[RESES, (GEN.), RESIDIS] : ADJ motionless, inactive, idle, sluggish;

[RESIDEO, RESIDERE, RESEDI] : V reside, stay, remain;

[RESIDEO] : to abide, be left behind, sit up.

[RESIDO, RESIDERE, RESIDI] : V sit down; settle; abate; subside, quieten down;

[RESIDUUS, RESIDUA, RESIDUUM] : ADJ remaining (to be done); lingering, persisting, surviving; left over; surplus;

[RESIGNO, RESIGNARE, RESIGNAVI, RESIGNATUS] : V unseal; open; resign;

[RESILIO, RESILIRE, RESILUI] : V leap or spring back; recoil; rebound; shrink (back again);

[RESIMUS, RESIMA, RESIMUM] : ADJ turned up, snub;

[RESINA, RESINAE] : N resin (solid/liquid); (product secreted by various trees);

[RESINACEUS, RESINACEA, RESINACEUM] : ADJ resinous, having the qualities of resin;

[RESINARIA, RESINARIAE] : N woman who sells/prepares resin;

[RESIPIO, RESIPERE,] : V to have a flavor of anything;

[RESIPISCO, RESIPISCERE, RESIPUI] : V become reasonable again; recover/come to the senses, come to, revive, recover;

[RESIPISCO, RESIPISCERE, RESIPIVI] : V become reasonable again; recover/come to the senses, come to, revive, recover;

[RESIPISCO] : to recover one's senses, become reasonable.

[RESISTO, RESISTERE, RESTITI] : V pause; continue; resist, oppose; reply; withstand, stand (dat); make a stand;

[RESISTO] : to resist, halt, withstand, make a stand, oppose.

[RESISTO] : to resist, make a stand, oppose.

[RESISTO] : to resist, halt, withstand.

[RESOLVO, RESOLVERE, RESOLVI, RESOLUTUS] : V loosen, release, disperse, melt; relax; pay; enervate, pay back; break up; fin;

[RESOLVO] : to enfeeble.

[RESONO, RESONARE, RESONAVI, RESONATUS] : V resound;

[RESONO] : to resound,

[RESONUS, RESONA, RESONUM] : ADJ echoing;

[RESONUS] : resounding.

[RESORBEO, RESORBERE,] : V swallow down;

[RESPECTO, RESPECTARE, RESPECTAVI, RESPECTATUS] : V keep on looking round or back; await; have regard for;

[RESPECTUS, RESPECTUS] : N looking back (at); refuge, regard, consideration (for);

[RESPECTUS] : regard.

[RESPERGO, RESPERGERE, RESPERSI, RESPERSUS] : V sprinkle, spatter;

[resperi, respersum] to sprinkle, splash.

[RESPICE POST TE, MORTALEM TE ESSE MEMENTO. ] : PHRASE Look around you, remember that you are mortal.

[RESPICIO, RESPICERE, RESPEXI, RESPECTUS] : V look back at; gaze at; consider; respect; care for, provide for;

[RESPICIO] : to look back, provide for, respect, have regard for.

[RESPICIO] : to turn attention to.

[RESPIRAMEN, RESPIRAMINIS] : N means or channel of breathing;

[RESPIRATIO, RESPIRATIONIS] : N taking of breath;

[RESPIRATIO] : respiration, exhalation.

[RESPIRO, RESPIRARE, RESPIRAVI, RESPIRATUS] : V breathe out; take breath; enjoy a respite;

[RESPIRO] : to breathe/ breathe again/ recover/ decline, diminish, ebb.

[RESPIRO] : to breathe / breathe again / recover / decline, diminish, ebb.

[RESPLENDEO, RESPLENDERE, RESPLENDUI] : V shine brightly (w/reflected light); radiate light/shine brightly (luminary);

[RESPONDEO RESPONDIRESPONSUM] : to answer, reply, respond.

[RESPONDEO, RESPONDERE, RESPONDI, RESPONSUS] : V answer;

[RESPONDEO] : respondi ; responsum ; to answer, reply, respond.

[RESPONSAL] : deputy, representative.

[RESPONSIVA] : a written reply, answering letter.

[RESPONSO, RESPONSARE, RESPONSAVI, RESPONSATUS] : V answer, reply (to); reecho;

[RESPONSUM, RESPONSI] : N answer, response;

[RESPUBLICA] : state.

[RESPUO, RESPUERE, RESPUI] : V reject, spit, spew out; turn away, repel; reject, destain, spurn, refuse;

[RESPUO] : to refuse, cast off, reject.

[RESTAGNO, RESTAGNARE, RESTAGNAVI, RESTAGNATUS] : V overflow; be covered with flood-water;

[RESTAT, RESTARE, RESTIT] : V it remains to, remain standing;

[RESTAURO, RESTAURARE, RESTAURAVI, RESTAURATUS] : V restore (condition); rebuild; bring back, re-establish, take up again; renew;

[RESTAURO] : to restore.

[RESTICULA, RESTICULAE] : N thin rope;

[RESTINGUO, RESTINGUERE, RESTINXI, RESTINCTUS] : V extinguish, quench, put out; exterminate, destroy; assuage, allay, mitigate;

[RESTIO] : rope-maker.

[RESTIPULOR, RESTIPULARI, -, RESTIPULATUS SUM] : V demand (from the stipulator) a counter-guarantee; (w/acc of thing guaranteed);

[RESTIS, RESTIS] : N rope, cord;

[RESTITUO, RESTITUERE, RESTITUI, RESTITUTUS] : V restore; revive; bring back; make good;

[RESTITUO] : restore, put back, replace, reinstate, repair.

[RESTITUTIO, RESTITUTIONIS] : N rebuilding; reinstatement;

[RESTITUTOR, RESTITUTORIS] : N restorer, rebuilder, one who restores to health/revivies/reinstates (an exile);

[RESTO, RESTARE, RESTITI, RESTATUS] : V stand firm; stay behind; be left, be left over; remain;

[RESTRINGO, RESTRINGERE, RESTRINXI, RESTRICTUS] : V draw tight; fasten behind one, tie up;

[RESULTO, RESULTARE, RESULTAVI, RESULTATUS] : V reverberate, resound; re-echo; rebound, spring back;

[RESUMO (RESUMPSI, RESUMPTUM)] : to renew, repeat, resume.

[RESUMO, RESUMERE, RESUMPSI, RESUMPTUS] : V pick up again; resume; recover;

[RESUMO] : to recover, renew, repeat, resume.

[RESUPINUS, RESUPINA, RESUPINUM] : ADJ lying on one's back;

[RESUPINUS] : lying on one's back.

[RESURGO, RESURGERE, RESURREXI, RESURRECTUS] : V rise/appear again; rare up again, lift oneself, be restored/rebuilt, revive;

[RESURRECTIO, RESURRECTIONIS] : N resurrection, rising again;

[RESURRECTIO] : f, resurection, awakening, renewal

[RESURRECTIO] : f, resurection, awakening, renewal.

[RESUSCITO, RESUSCITARE, RESUSCITAVI, RESUSCITATUS] : V rouse again, reawaken;

[RETARDO, RETARDARE, RETARDAVI, RETARDATUS] : V delay, hold up;

[RETARDO] : to impede, slow down, obstruct.

[RETARDO] : to impede, slow down, obstruct

[RETE, RETIS] : N net, snare;

[RETEGO, RETEGERE, RETEXI, RETECTUS] : V uncover, lay bare, reveal, disclose;

[RETENDO] : to slacken, unbend, become flexible.

[RETENTIO, RETENTIONIS] : N restraining/holding back; retention/holding against loss; withholding (payment);

[RETENTO, RETENTARE, RETENTAVI, RETENTATUS] : V hold fast; hold back;

[RETEXO, RETEXERE, RETEXUI, RETEXTUS] : V reverse, cancel;

[RETIACULUM, RETIACULI] : N small (fish) net; small mesh bag; hair net; some sort of undergarment; network;

[RETIARIUS, RETIARI(I)] : N net-fighter in the arena;

[RETICEO, RETICERE, RETICUI] : V keep silent; leave unsaid;

[RETICULUM, RETICULI] : N small (fish) net; small mesh bag; hair net; some sort of undergarment; network;

[RETINACULUM, RETINACULI] : N rope; hawser; rein; towing-rope;

[RETINEO, RETINERE, RETINUI, RETENTUS] : V hold back, restrain; uphold; delay; hold fast; retain,preserve;

[RETINEO] : to hold back, restrain, detain, keep, maintain.

[RETINEO] : to remember, not let go, keep, affirm.

[RETORQUEO, RETORQUERE, RETORSI, RETORTUS] : V twist back; cast back; fling back; turn aside;

[RETRACTO, RETRACTARE, RETRACTAVI, RETRACTATUS] : V undertake anew; draw back, be reluctant; reconsider; withdraw;

[RETRACTO] : to reconsider, undertake again.

[RETRAHO, RETRAHERE, RETRAXI, RETRACTUS] : V draw back, withdraw; make known again, divert; bring back;

[RETRAHO] : retraxi ; retractum ; to draw back, pull back.

[RETRIBUO, RETRIBUERE, RETRIBUI, RETRIBUTUS] : V hand back duly (money owed); recompense (vulgate); render; reward;

[RETRIBUO] : to give again, give as due.

[RETRIBUTIO, RETRIBUTIONIS] : N retribution, recompense/repayment; punishment (souter); reward (from judgement);

[RETRO] : ADV backwards, back, to the rear; behind, on the back side; back (time), formerly;

[RETROAGO, RETROAGERE, RETROEGI, RETROACTUS] : V drive back, reverse;

[RETROGRADIOR] : to go backwards.

[RETRORSUM] : ADV back, backwards; in reverse order;

[RETRORSUS] : ADV back, backwards; in reverse order;

[RETROVERSUS] : ADV back, backwards; in reverse order;

[RETRUDO] : to thrust back.

[RETUNDO, RETUNDERE, RETUDI, RETUSUS] : V blunt; weaken; repress, quell;

[RETUNDO, RETUNDERE, RETTUDI, RETUNSUS] : V blunt; weaken; repress, quell;

[RETUNDO] : to check.

[REUS, REA, REUM] : ADJ liable to (penalty of); guilty; (mens rea => guilty mind) (modern legal term);

[REUS, REI] : N party in law suit; plaintiff/defendant; culprit/guilty party, debtor; sinner;

[REUS] : culprit.

[REUS] : defendant, accused, answerable, bound.

[REVALESCO, REVALESCERE, REVALUI] : V grow well again;

[REVEHO, REVEHERE, REVEXI, REVECTUS] : V carry/bring back; ride/sail back (pass);

[REVELATIO, REVELATIONIS] : N reveletion; uncovering, laying bare; revelation of st. john;

[REVELLO, REVELLERE, REVELLI, REVULSUS] : V pull back, tear away;

[REVELLO] : to violate, pluck away.

[REVELO, REVELARE, REVELAVI, REVELATUS] : V show; reveal;

[REVENIO, REVENIRE, REVENI, REVENTUS] : V come back, return;

[REVENIO] : to come back, return.

[REVERA] : in reality.

[REVERBERO] : to repel.

[REVERENS] : reverent.

[REVERENTER, REVERENTIUS, REVERENTISSIME] : ADV reverently, with religious awe; respectfully, with deference/consideration;

[REVERENTER] : with awe, respectfully.

[REVERENTIA, REVERENTIAE] : N respect, reverence;

[REVERENTIA] : awe, reverence.

[REVEREOR, REVERERI, -, REVERITUS SUM] : V stand in awe of, respect, honor, fear; reverence, revere, venerate;

[REVEREOR] : to stand in awe.

[REVERSIO, REVERSIONIS] : N return, reversing/turning back; coming around again; reversal of natural order;

[REVERTO, REVERTERE, REVERTI] : V turn back, go back, return; recur (usually dep);

[REVERTO] : to go back, return, revert.

[REVERTOR REVERTI REVERSUS] : to return, come back.

[REVERTOR, REVERTI, -, REVERSUS SUM] : V turn back, go back, return; recur;

[REVERTOR] : reverti ; reversus ; to return, come back.

[REVINCIO, REVINCIRE, REVINXI, REVINCTUS] : V bind fast, fasten;

[REVINCO, REVINCERE, REVICI, REVICTUS] : V conquer, crush, disprove;

[REVIRESCO, REVIRESCERE, REVIRUI] : V grow green again; grow strong or young again;

[REVISO, REVISERE,] : V revisit, go back and see;

[REVIVISCO, REVIVISCERE, REVIVIXI] : V come to life again, revive (in spirit);

[REVOCABILIS, REVOCABILIS, REVOCABILE] : ADJ capable of being revoked or retracted;

[REVOCAMEN, REVOCAMINIS] : N summons to return;

[REVOCO, REVOCARE, REVOCAVI, REVOCATUS] : V call back, recall; revive; regain;

[REVOCO] : to call back, recover, refer, revoke.

[REVOLO, REVOLARE, REVOLAVI, REVOLATUS] : V fly back;

[REVOLUBILIS, REVOLUBILIS, REVOLUBILE] : ADJ that may be rolled back to the beginning; rolling backward;

[REVOLVO, REVOLVERE, REVOLVI, REVOLUTUS] : V throw back, roll back;

[REVOLVO] : to reflect upon, brood.

[REVOLVO] : to unroll a book, go over again, repeat.

[REVOMO, REVOMERE, REVOMUI] : V vomit up again, spew out;

[REX REGIS] : king.

[REX, REGIS] : N king;

[RHENUS, RHENI] : N rhine, river dividing gaul and germany - in caesar's "gallic war";

[RHETOR, RHETORIS] : N teacher of public speaking, rhetorician;

[RHETOR] : orator.

[RHETOR] : rhetorician, teacher of rhetoric.

[RHETORIA, RHETORIAE] : N trick of rhetoric; (erasmus);

[RHETORICE, RHETORICES] : N rhetoric; art of oratory; systematized art of public speaking;

[RHETORICUS, RHETORICA, RHETORICUM] : ADJ of rhetoric, rhetorical;

[RHETORICUS] : rhetorical.

[RHINOCEROS, RHINOCEROTOS/IS] : N rhinoceros (african or indian); rhinoceros horn oil-flask;

[RHO, UNDECLINED] : N greek name of the letter r;

[RHOA] : (also, rhoea)? unripe pomegrante

[RHODANUS, RHODANI] : N rhone, river in sw gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[RHOMBUS, RHOMBI] : N turbot (fish), flatfish; magician's circle;

[RHOMPHAEA, RHOMPHAEAE] : N long javelin;

[RHOMPHAEA, RHOMPHAEAE] : N long spear/javelin; (thracian origin);

[RHYTHMICUS, RHYTHMICI] : N one who teaches rhythm;

[RHYTHMOS, RHYTHMI] : N rhythm;

[RHYTHMUS, RHYTHMI] : N rhythm;

[RHYTIUM, RHYTII] : N drinking horn;

[RIBORASTA] : burdock Dacian

[RICA, RICAE] : N veil;

[RICINUM, RICINI] : N small veil;

[RICTUS, RICTUS] : N jaws; open mouth;

[RIDENTEM DICERE VERUM, QUID VETAT? ] : PHRASE What prohibits us to tell the truth laughing (through a joke)?

[RIDEO RISI RISUM] : to laugh at, laugh.

[RIDEO, RIDERE, RISI, RISUS] : V laugh at (with dat.), laugh; ridicule;

[RIDICA, RIDICAE] : N wooden stake for supporting vines;

[RIDICULA, RIDICULAE] : N small wooden stake for supporting vines; small vine prop;

[RIDICULARIUS, RIDICULARIA, RIDICULARIUM] : ADJ laughable, droll;

[RIDICULUM, RIDICULI] : N joke, piece of humor;

[RIDICULUM] : n, ridiculous.

[RIDICULUM] : n, ridiculous

[RIDICULUS, RIDICULA, RIDICULUM] : ADJ laughable, funny; silly; a, i, buffoon, jester;

[RIDICULUS] : facetious, laughable.

[RIENIS, RIENIS] : N kidneys (pl.);

[RIGEO, RIGERE,] : V be stiff or numb; stand on end; be solidified;

[RIGESCO, RIGESCERE, RIGUI] : V grow stiff or numb; stiffen harden;

[RIGIDUS, RIGIDA, RIGIDUM] : ADJ stiff, hard; stern; rough;

[RIGINTA] : (indecl.) thirty.

[RIGO, RIGARE, RIGAVI, RIGATUS] : V moisten, wet, water, irrigate;

[RIGOR, RIGORIS] : N stiffness, rigidity, coldness, numbness, hardness; inflexibility; severity;

[RIGOR] : stiffness, hardness, sterness.

[RIGUUS, RIGUA, RIGUUM] : ADJ watering, irrigating; abounding in water, well watered;

[RIMA, RIMAE] : N crack, chink; cleft;

[RIMOR, RIMARI, -, RIMATUS SUM] : V probe, search; rummage about for, examine, explore;

[RIMOR] : to examine, explore, investigate, root up.

[RIMOSUS, RIMOSA, RIMOSUM] : ADJ full of cracks or fissures;

[RINGOR, RINGI,] : V to show the teeth; to snarl, be angry;

[RINOCEROS, RINOCEROTOS/IS] : N rhinoceros (african or indian); rhinoceros horn oil-flask;

[RIPA, RIPAE] : N bank;

[RIPULA, RIPULAE] : N little bank;

[RISCUS, RISCI] : N box, trunk;

[RISCUS, RISCI] : N box, chest, trunk;

[RISOR, RISORIS] : N one who laughs;

[RISUS, RISUS] : N laughter;

[RISUS] : laughter.

[RITE] : ADV duly, according to religious usage, with due observance; solemnly; well;

[RITE] : duly.

[RITUS, RITUS] : N rite; ceremony;

[RITUS] : ritual, usage, ceremony, rite.

[RITUS] : usage, ceremony, rite.

[RIVAL, RIVALIS] : N rival;

[RIVULUS, RIVULI] : N rivulet, rill, small brook;

[RIVUS, RIVI] : N stream;

[RIXA, RIXAE] : N violent or noisy quarrel, brawl, dispute;

[RIXA, RIXATIO] : quarrel.

[RIXOR, RIXARI, -, RIXATUS SUM] : V quarrel violently, brawl, dispute;

[RIXOR] : to wrangle. robbers.

[ROBIGINOSUS, ROBIGINOSA, ROBIGINOSUM] : ADJ rusty;

[ROBIGO, ROBIGINIS] : N rust; mildew, blight; a foul deposit in the mouth;

[ROBOR, ROBORIS] : N oak; strength;

[ROBOREUS, ROBOREA, ROBOREUM] : ADJ made of oak;

[ROBORO, ROBORARE, ROBORAVI, ROBORATUS] : V give physical strength to; reinforce;

[ROBUR, ROBORIS] : N oak; strength;

[ROBUR] : -oris (neut.); also, robus, -oris (neut.) oak timber, hardwood

[ROBUR] : strength.

[ROBUSTUS, ROBUSTA -UM, ROBUSTIOR -OR -US, ROBUSTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ of oak; hard/firm/solid; hardy/robust/durable, able to resist change; valiant;

[ROBUSTUS, ROBUSTA -UM, ROBUSTIOR -OR -US, ROBUSTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ physically mature/grown up; mature in taste/judgement; strong/powerful in arms;

[ROBUSTUS] : hardy, robust.

[RODO, RODERE, ROSI, ROSUS] : V gnaw, peck;

[RODUS, RODERIS] : N lump, rough piece; piece of bronze, (sometimes a bronze coin);

[ROGALIS, ROGALIS, ROGALE] : ADJ of a funeral pyre;

[ROGATIO, ROGATIONIS] : N proposed measure;

[ROGATIUNCULA, ROGATIUNCULAE] : N minor question or bill;

[ROGITO, ROGITARE, ROGITAVI, ROGITATUS] : V ask, inquire;

[ROGO EUM UT +SUBJUNCTIVE] : to ask someone to do something.

[ROGO, ROGARE, ROGAVI, ROGATUS] : V ask, ask for; invite; introduce;

[ROGO] : to ask, ask for.

[ROGUS, ROGI] : N funeral pyre;

[ROLVO, ROLVONIS] : N rolf;

[ROMA, ROMAE] : N rome;

[ROMANUS, ROMANA, ROMANUM] : ADJ roman;

[ROMANUS, ROMANI] : N roman; the romans (pl.);

[ROMPHEA, ROMPHEAE] : N long spear/javelin; (thracian origin);

[ROMULUS, ROMULA, ROMULUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to romulus (legendry founder of rome); roman;

[ROMULUS, ROMULI] : N romulus (legendry founder of rome);

[RORARIUS, RORARII] : N light-armed troops (pl.), skirmishers;

[RORIDUS, RORIDA, RORIDUM] : ADJ bedewed;

[RORIFER, RORIFERA, RORIFERUM] : ADJ bringing dew;

[RORO, RORARE, RORAVI, RORATUS] : V cause dew, drip; be moist;

[ROS, RORIS] : N dew; (ros marinus/maris => rosemary);

[ROS] : moisture.

[ROSA, ROSAE] : N rose;

[ROSACEUS, ROSACEA, ROSACEUM] : ADJ rose-, made of/from roses; (oleum ~ => oil of roses); made with oil of roses;

[ROSACIUS, ROSACIA, ROSACIUM] : ADJ rose-, made of/from roses; (oleum ~ => oil of roses); made with oil of roses;

[ROSARIUM, ROSARI(I)] : N rose-garden;

[ROSARIUS, ROSARI(I)] : N seller of roses or rose garlands;

[ROSARIUS, ROSARIA, ROSARIUM] : ADJ rose-, involving/of/derived from roses;

[ROSCIDUS, ROSCIDA, ROSCIDUM] : ADJ dewy; wet;

[ROSETUM, ROSETI] : N garden of roses;

[ROSEUS, ROSEA, ROSEUM] : ADJ of roses; rose colored;

[ROSTRATUS, ROSTRATA, ROSTRATUM] : ADJ having a beaked prow;

[ROSTRUM, ROSTRI] : N beak, curved bow (of a ship); (pl.) => speaker's platform;

[ROSTRUM] : bill of a bird, beak.

[ROTA, ROTAE] : N wheel (rotate);

[ROTA] : wheel.

[ROTENSUS] : extensive.

[ROTO, ROTARE, ROTAVI, ROTATUS] : V whirl round; revolve, rotate;

[ROTOMAGENSE] : Rouen.

[ROTUNDO, ROTUNDARE, ROTUNDAVI, ROTUNDATUS] : V make round, givecircular/spherical shape to; round off (sum);

[ROTUNDUS, ROTUNDA -UM, ROTUNDIOR -OR -US, ROTUNDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ round, circular; wheel-like; spherical, globular; smooth, finished; facile;

[ROTUNDUS] : wheel-shaped, round.

[RUBEFACIO, RUBEFACERE, RUBEFECI, RUBEFACTUS] : V redden;

[RUBELLUS, RUBELLA, RUBELLUM] : ADJ reddish;

[RUBENS, (GEN.), RUBENTIS] : ADJ colored or tinged with red;

[RUBEO, RUBERE,] : V be red, become red;

[RUBER, RUBRA, RUBRUM] : ADJ red, ruddy, painted red (rubrum mare => red sea, arabian/persian gulf);

[RUBESCO, RUBESCERE, RUBUI] : V turn red, redden, become red;

[RUBETA, RUBETAE] : N toad;

[RUBETUM, RUBETI] : N bramble thicket (pl.);

[RUBEUS, RUBEA, RUBEUM] : ADJ of or produced from a bramble;

[RUBIA, RUBIAE] : N a red dye,;

[RUBICUNDUS, RUBICUNDA, RUBICUNDUM] : ADJ suffused with red, ruddy;

[RUBIGO, RUBIGINIS] : N rust; mildew, blight; a foul deposit in the mouth;

[RUBOR, RUBORIS] : N redness, blush; disgrace;

[RUBOR] : redeness, blush, modesty, shame, disgrace.

[RUBRICA, RUBRICAE] : N red earth; red ocher; a law with its title written in red;

[RUBRICATUS, RUBRICATA, RUBRICATUM] : ADJ red, painted red with ochre; (books) with chapter headings on red (i.e., legal);

[RUBUS, RUBI] : N bramble, briar; prickly shrub; fruit of bramble, blackberry;

[RUCTO, RUCTARE, RUCTAVI, RUCTATUS] : V to belch;

[RUCTOR, RUCTARI, -, RUCTATUS SUM] : V to belch;

[RUCTUS, RUCTUS] : N belching;

[RUDENS, RUDENTIS] : N rope;

[RUDIARIUS, RUDIARI(I)] : N retired gladiator; (one who has received his rudis/wooden sword on retiring);

[RUDIMENTUM, RUDIMENTI] : N first lesson(s); early training;

[RUDIMENTUM] : trial, attempt, essay.

[RUDIS, RUDIS, RUDE] : ADJ undeveloped, rough, wild; coarse;

[RUDIS] : clumsy, rude, raw, rough, uncultivated.

[RUDIS] : rude, raw, rough, uncultivated.

[RUDO, RUDERE, RUDIVI, RUDITUS] : V bellow, roar, bray, creak loudly;

[RUDO] : to bellow, roar.

[RUDUS, RUDERIS] : N lump, rough piece; piece of bronze, (sometimes a bronze coin);

[RUFINUS, RUFINI] : N rufinus; (st./bishop of assisi); (other saints); (friend/enemy of jerome);

[RUFUS, RUFA, RUFUM] : ADJ red, ruddy;

[RUFUS] : red, ruddy.

[RUGA, RUGAE] : N wrinkle; crease, small fold;

[RUGA] : a wrinkle.

[RUGIO, RUGIRE, RUGIVI, RUGITUS] : V bellow, roar;

[RUGIO] : rumble.

[RUGOSUS, RUGOSA, RUGOSUM] : ADJ full of wrinkles, folds or creases;

[RUINA, RUINAE] : N fall; catastrophe; collapse, destruction;

[RUINA] : downfall, destruction.

[RUINOSUS, RUINOSA, RUINOSUM] : ADJ ruinous, fallen, ruined;

[RUINOSUS] : falling down, going to ruin.

[RUMEX, RUMICIS] : N sorrel;

[RUMEX] : sorrel

[RUMEX] : sorrel.

[RUMINO, RUMINARE, RUMINAVI, RUMINATUS] : V chew over again; chew the cud;

[RUMINO] : to chew the cud, ruminate.

[RUMINOR, RUMINARI, -, RUMINATUS SUM] : V chew over again; chew the cud;

[RUMINOR] : to ruminate upon.

[RUMOR, RUMORIS] : N hearsay, rumor, gossip; reputation; shouting;

[RUMOR] : hearsay, rumor, gossip.

[RUMOR] : rumor, gossip.

[RUMPIA, RUMPIAE] : N long spear/javelin; (thracian origin);

[RUMPO, RUMPERE, RUPI, RUPTUS] : V break; destroy;

[RUMPO] : rumpi ; rumpus ; to break, shatter, interrupt, annull, violate.

[RUMPO] : rupi ; ruptum ; to break, shatter, interrupt.

[RUMPO] : to rupture, annull, violate.

[RUMUSCULUS, RUMUSCULI] : N trifling rumor, idle talk, gossip;

[RUNA, RUNAE] : N dart;

[RUNA] : a dart.

[RUNCINA, RUNCINAE] : N carpenter's plane;

[RUNCINO, RUNCINARE, RUNCINAVI, RUNCINATUS] : V plane (as a carpenter);

[RUNCO, RUNCARE, RUNCAVI, RUNCATUS] : V to weed, thin out;

[RUNCO] : to thin out, weed, cull.

[RUO, RUERE, RUI, RUTUS] : V destroy, ruin, overthrow; rush on, run; fall; charge (in + acc); be ruined;

[RUO] : rui ; rutum ; to rush, fall, be ruined.

[RUO] : to rush, tumble down.

[RUPES, RUPIS] : N cliff; rock;

[RUPTOR, RUPTORIS] : N one who breaks or violates;

[RURICOLA, RURICOLAE] : N one who tills the land, country-dweller;

[RURIGENA, RURIGENAE] : N born in the country;

[RURO, RURARE, RURAVI, RURATUS] : V to live in the country;

[RUROR, RURARI, -, RURATUS SUM] : V to live in the country;

[RURSUM] : ADV turned back, backward; on the contrary/other hand, in return, in turn, again;

[RURSUM] : again

[RURSUS] : ADV turned back, backward; on the contrary/other hand, in return, in turn, again;

[RURSUS] : again, in turn

[RURSUS] : on the other hand, in return, back, again.

[RUS, RURIS] : N country, farm;

[RUS] : ruris ; the country, countryside, rural area.

[RUSCUM, RUSCI] : N butcher's broom;

[RUSSUS, RUSSA, RUSSUM] : ADJ red;

[RUSTICA, RUSTICAE] : N countrywoman, bumpkin;

[RUSTICANUS, RUSTICANA, RUSTICANUM] : ADJ living in the country;

[RUSTICATIO, RUSTICATIONIS] : N living in the country;

[RUSTICE, RUSTICIUS, RUSTICISSIME] : ADV in the manner of a rustic/countrified style; clumsily, uncouthly, boorishly;

[RUSTICE] : (adv) boorishly, in a peasant manner.

[RUSTICITAS, RUSTICITATIS] : N lack of sophistication;

[RUSTICOR, RUSTICARI, -, RUSTICATUS SUM] : V to live in the country;

[RUSTICULUS, RUSTICULI] : N rustic;

[RUSTICULUS, RUSTICULA, RUSTICULUM] : ADJ countrified;

[RUSTICUS, RUSTICA, RUSTICUM] : ADJ country, rural; plain, homely, rustic;

[RUSTICUS, RUSTICI] : N peasant, farmer;

[RUSTICUS] : rustic, rural/ peasant.

[RUSTICUS] : rustic, rural / peasant.

[RUTA, RUTAE] : N rue, a bitter herb;

[RUTA] : -ae, fem. rue (Ruta graveolens) from Greek? Celsus, W. G. Spencer p.493, list of alimenta, Vol. I; Cicero, Cassell

[RUTA] : bitterness, unpleasantness, the herb rue.

[RUTABULUM, RUTABULI] : N rod with flat end; (for shifting coal in oven); (stirring thick liquid); penis;

[RUTACEUS] : -ius of rue p.359

[RUTATUS] : -a,-um (adj.) flavoured with rue Martial, Cassell p. 495

[RUTILA] : a spade, shovel.

[RUTILIUS, RUTILI] : N rutilius; (roman gens name); (p. ~ rufus -> exiled historian);

[RUTILIUS, RUTILIA, RUTILIUM] : ADJ rutilius (roman gens name); (p. ~ rufus -> exiled historian);

[RUTILO, RUTILARE, RUTILAVI, RUTILATUS] : V redden, make reddish; have a reddish glow;

[RUTILUS, RUTILA, RUTILUM] : ADJ red, golden red, reddish yellow;

[RUTILUS] : red, golden, auburn.

[RUTILUS] : shining.

[RUTRUM, RUTRI] : N shovel;

[RUTULA, RUTULAE] : N little bit of rue;

[RUTUNDO, RUTUNDARE, RUTUNDAVI, RUTUNDATUS] : V make round, givecircular/spherical shape to; round off (sum);

[RUTUNDUS, RUTUNDA -UM, RUTUNDIOR -OR -US, RUTUNDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ round, circular; wheel-like; spherical, globular; smooth, finished; facile; W:

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