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[S.P.Q.R. (SENATUS POPULUSQUE ROMANUS) ] : PHRASE The senate and the roman people

[SABACTHANI, UNDECLINED] : V (hebrew heli heli lemma sabacthani => my god, my god why hast thou forsaken me);

[SABACTHANI] : INTERJ eli eli lama sabacthani/my god, my god why hast thou forsaken me matthew 27] : 46;

[SABAOTH, UNDECLINED] : N hosts (pl.); armies; hebrew (deus sabaoth => god of hosts);

[SABATH, UNDECLINED] : N shebat, jewish month; (eleventh in ecclesiatic year);

[SABBAOTH, UNDECLINED] : N hosts (pl.); armies; hebrew (deus sabaoth => god of hosts);

[SABBATARIA, SABBATARIAE] : N woman who keeps the sabbath; jewish woman;

[SABBATISMUS, SABBATISMI] : N observing/keeping of the sabbath;

[SABBATIZO, SABBATIZARE, SABBATIZAVI, SABBATIZATUS] : V observe/keep the sabbath;

[SABBATUM, SABBATI] : N sabbath;

[SABBATUM, SABBATI] : N sabbath (usu. pl.); saturday (jewish); sunday (christian); festival/feast day;

[SABBATUM] : sabbath.

[SABINE] : ADV in the sabine language;

[SABINUS, SABINA, SABINUM] : ADJ sabine, of the sabines/their country/that area; the shrub savin/its oil;

[SABINUS, SABINI] : N sabines (pl.), people living ne of rome; their territory; an estate there;

[SABULUM, SABULI] : N gravel, sand;

[SABURRA, SABURRAE] : N gravel (for ballast);

[SACCULUS, SACCULI] : N little bag (as a filter for wine); purse;

[SACCULUS] : purse, little bag, little sack.

[SACCUS, SACCI] : N sack, bag; wallet;

[SACELLUM, SACELLI] : N shrine;

[SACER, SACRA, SACRUM] : ADJ sacred; consecrated; accursed;

[SACER] : sacred, accursed.

[SACERDOS, SACERDOTIS] : N priest, priestess;

[SACERDOTAL, SACERDOTALIS] : N priests (pl.), men of priestly rank;

[SACERDOTALIS, SACERDOTALIS, SACERDOTALE] : ADJ priestly, connected with priests or priesthood;

[SACERDOTIALIS, SACERDOTIALIS, SACERDOTIALE] : ADJ priestly, connected with priests or priesthood;

[SACERDOTIUM, SACERDOTI(I)] : N priesthood; benefice/living (erasmus);

[SACRAMENTUM, SACRAMENTI] : N sum deposited in a civil process, guaranty; oath of allegiance; sacrament;

[SACRAMENTUM] : oath, sacraments, sacred rites.

[SACRARIUM, SACRARI(I)] : N shrine, sanctuary;

[SACRATUS, SACRATA, SACRATUM] : ADJ hallowed, holy, sacred;

[SACRICOLA, SACRICOLAE] : N sacrificing priest or priestess;

[SACRIFER, SACRIFERA, SACRIFERUM] : ADJ carrying sacred objects;

[SACRIFICIUM, SACRIFICI(I)] : N sacrifice, offering to a deity;

[SACRIFICO, SACRIFICARE, SACRIFICAVI, SACRIFICATUS] : V sacrifice; celebrate the mass (erasmus);

[SACRIFICULUS, SACRIFICULI] : N sacrificing priest;

[SACRIFICUM, SACRIFICI] : N sacrifice, offering to a deity;

[SACRIFICUM] : sacrifice.

[SACRIFICUS, SACRIFICI] : N sacrificing priest;

[SACRIFICUS, SACRIFICA, SACRIFICUM] : ADJ sacrificial, associated with the performance of sacrifice/priestly duties;

[SACRILEGIUM, SACRILEGI(I)] : N sacrilege; robbery of sacred property;

[SACRILEGUS, SACRILEGA, SACRILEGUM] : ADJ sacrilegious, impious;

[SACRILEGUS] : sacrilegious, impious.

[SACRISTA, SACRISTAE] : N sacristan (one charged with books/treasury of church/monestary); vestryman;

[SACRISTANUS, SACRISTANI] : N sacristan (one charged with books/treasury of church/monestary); vestryman;

[SACRO, SACRARE, SACRAVI, SACRATUS] : V consecrate, make sacred, dedicate;

[SACROSANCTUS, SACROSANCTA, SACROSANCTUM] : ADJ consecrated by religious ceremony, sacred, inviolable, most holy; venerable;

[SACRUM, SACRI] : N sacrifice; sacred vessel; religious rites (pl.);

[SADE, UNDECLINED] : N sade; (18th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as ts);

[SAECLARIS, SAECLARIS, SAECLARE] : ADJ belonging to a seculum/century/generation; of roman century games/hymns;

[SAECLUM, SAECLI] : N age; generation, people born at a time; breed, race; present time/age; century;

[SAECULA SAECULORUM] : to all eternity, without end, lifetime, age.

[SAECULARIS, SAECULARIS, SAECULARE] : ADJ secular, of world not church; ecclesiastics not member of order (bee); gentile;

[SAECULARIS, SAECULARIS, SAECULARE] : ADJ belonging to a seculum/century/generation; of roman century games/hymns;

[SAECULUM, SAECULI] : N the world/worldiness; heathenism; past/present/future (plater); in ~ => forever;

[SAECULUM, SAECULI] : N age; generation, people born at a time; breed, race; present time/age; century;

[SAEPE CREAT MOLLES ASPERA SPINA ROSAS. ] : PHRASE Often the prickly thorn produces tender roses

[SAEPE, SAEPIUS, SAEPISSIME] : ADV often, oft, oftimes, many times, frequently;

[SAEPE] : sepe ; hedge, fence, enclosure, haye.

[SAEPE] : sepe ; often, frequently, repeatedly.

[SAEPENUMERO] : ADV repeatedly; on many occasions;

[SAEPENUMERO] : repeated, again and again.

[SAEPES, SAEPIS] : N hedge;

[SAEPIMENTUM, SAEPIMENTI] : N fence, enclosure;

[SAEPIO, SAEPIRE, SAEPSI, SAEPTUS] : V surround/envelop/enfold/encircle; clothe/cover/protect; close/seal off; shut in;

[SAEPIO, SAEPIRE, SAEPSI, SAEPTUS] : V hedge/fence in, surround (w/hedge/wall/fence/barrier/troops); enclose; confine;

[SAEPIO] : to hedge in.

[SAEPIUS SEPIUS] : often, frequently, repeatedly.

[SAEPTUM, SAEPTI] : N fold, paddock; enclosure; voting enclosure in the campus martius;

[SAEPTUM] : enclosure.

[SAETA EQUINA] : horse-hair.

[SAETA, SAETAE] : N hair; (coarse/stiff); bristle; brush; morbid internal growth; fishing-leader;

[SAETA] : hair.

[SAETIGER, SAETIGERA, SAETIGERUM] : ADJ bristly;

[SAETOSUS, SAETOSA, SAETOSUM] : ADJ bristly, shaggy;

[SAEVIDICUS, SAEVIDICA, SAEVIDICUM] : ADJ angrily spoken;

[SAEVIO, SAEVIRE, SAEVIVI, SAEVITUS] : V rage, rave, be angry;

[SAEVIO] : to rage, be furious, take violent action.

[SAEVIO] : to vent one's rage, rage.

[SAEVITIA, SAEVITIAE] : N rage, fierceness, ferocity; cruelty, barbarity, violence;

[SAEVUS, SAEVA, SAEVUM] : ADJ fierce, savage, raging, cruel, harsh;

[SAEVUS] : raging, furious.

[SAGA, SAGAE] : N witch, sorceress, wise woman;

[SAGATUS, SAGATA, SAGATUM] : ADJ clothed in a sagum; q.v.;

[SAGAX, (GEN.), SAGACIS] : ADJ keen-scented; acute, sharp, perceptive;

[SAGENA, SAGENAE] : N seine, drag-net;

[SAGINO, SAGINARE, SAGINAVI, SAGINATUS] : V fatten (animals) for eating; feed lavishly, stuff;

[SAGINO] : to fatten.

[SAGITTA, SAGITTAE] : N arrow;

[SAGITTARIUS, SAGITTARIA, SAGITTARIUM] : ADJ armed with bow/arrows; used in/concerned with making/manufacturing arrows;

[SAGITTARIUS, SAGITTARI(I)] : N archer, bowman; fletcher, maker of arrows; archer (constellation/zodiac sign);

[SAGITTATUS, SAGITTATA, SAGITTATUM] : ADJ barbed; formed like arrows;

[SAGITTIFER, SAGITTIFERA, SAGITTIFERUM] : ADJ carrying arrows;

[SAGITTO, SAGITTARE, SAGITTAVI, SAGITTATUS] : V to shoot arrows;

[SAGMA, SAGMAE] : N saddle;

[SAGMEN, SAGMINIS] : N bunch of sacred herbs;

[SAGULUM, SAGULI] : N cloak, traveling cloak;

[SAGUM, SAGI] : N cloak;

[SAL, SALIS] : N salt; wit;

[SAL] : salis ; salt, wit.

[SALACO, SALACONIS] : N swaggerer, braggart;

[SALAPUTIUM, SALAPUTII] : N little man, mannikin;

[SALARIUM, SALARI(I)] : N regular official payment to the holder of a civil or military post;

[SALARIUS, SALARIA, SALARIUM] : ADJ of salt, salt;

[SALATARIS, SALUTARIS, SALUTARE] : ADJ healthful; useful; helpful; advantageous;

[SALAX, (GEN.), SALACIS] : ADJ highly sexed, eager for sex, lascivious; aphrodisiac/stimulating sexual desire;;

[SALEBRA, SALEBRAE] : N rut, irregularity; roughness (of style or speech);

[SALEBROSUS, SALEBROSA, SALEBROSUM] : ADJ rugged, rough;

[SALICTUM, SALICTI] : N collection of willows, willow grove;

[SALIENS, SALIENTIS] : N fountain, jet d'eau;

[SALIGINOSUS] : where willows grow Dioscorides, A. Souter

[SALIGNEUS, SALIGNEA, SALIGNEUM] : ADJ made of willow-wood/withies; willow-;

[SALIGNUS, SALIGNA, SALIGNUM] : ADJ made of willow-wood/withies; willow-;

[SALILLUM, SALILLI] : N little salt-cellar;

[SALINA, SALINAE] : N salt-pans (pl.);

[SALINUM, SALINI] : N salt-cellar;

[SALIO, SALIRE, SALIVI, SALITUS] : V salt, salt down, preserve with salt; sprinkle before sacrifice;

[SALIO, SALIRE, SALIVI, SALTUS] : V leap, jump; move suddenly/spasmodically (part of body under stress), twitch;

[SALIO, SALIRE, SALIVI, SALTUS] : V spurt, discharge, be ejected under force (water/fluid); mount/cover (by stud);

[SALIO, SALIRE, SALUI, SALTUS] : V leap, jump; move suddenly/spasmodically (part of body under stress), twitch;

[SALIO, SALIRE, SALUI, SALTUS] : V spurt, discharge, be ejected under force (water/fluid); mount/cover (by stud);

[SALIUARIS HERBA] : pellitory Dioscorides, A. Souter

[SALIUNCA, SALIUNCAE] : N wild nard;

[SALIVA, SALIVAE] : N spittle; distinctive flavor;

[SALIX, SALICIS] : N willow-tree, willow;

[SALIX] : chastetree? p. 362

[SALLIO, SALLIRE, SALLIVI, SALLITUS] : V salt, salt down, preserve with salt; sprinkle before sacrifice;

[SALLO, SALLERE, -, SALLSUS] : V salt, salt down, preserve with salt; sprinkle before sacrifice;

[SALO, SALERE, -, SALSUS] : V salt, salt down, preserve with salt; sprinkle before sacrifice;

[SALPA, SALPAE] : N kind of stock-fish;

[SALPHO] : teasel Ostanian, A. Souter

[SALSAMENTUM, SALSAMENTI] : N fish-pickle, brine; salted or pickled fish;

[SALSUGO, SALSUGINIS] : N brine, water full of salt; salinity, salt quality;

[SALSUM, SALSI] : N salted things (pl.); salted food;

[SALSURA, SALSURAE] : N salting, pickling;

[SALSUS, SALSA -UM, SALSIOR -OR -US, SALSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ salted, salty, preserved in salt; briny; witty, funny, salted wit humor;

[SALSUS] : salty, witty.

[SALTATOR, SALTATORIS] : N dancer;

[SALTATRIX, SALTATRICIS] : N dancing girl;

[SALTATUS, SALTATUS] : N dancing, a dance;

[SALTEM] : ADV at least, anyhow, in all events; (on to more practical idea); even, so much as;

[SALTEM] : at least, at all events.

[SALTIM] : ADV at least, anyhow, in all events; (on to more practical idea); even, so much as;

[SALTO, SALTARE, SALTAVI, SALTATUS] : V dance, jump; portray or represent in a dance;

[SALTUOSUS, SALTUOSA, SALTUOSUM] : ADJ characterized by wooded valleys;

[SALTUS, SALTUS] : N leap, spring, jump;

[SALTUS, SALTUS] : N narrow forest passage forest; defile, pass; woodland with glades;

[SALUBER, SALUBRIS, SALUBRE] : ADJ healthful, healthy; wholesome; salubrious;

[SALUBRITAS, SALUBRITATIS] : N good health; wholesomeness;

[SALUBRITER, SALUBRIUS, SALUBRISSIME] : ADV wholesomely, w/advantage to health; beneficially, profitably; cheaply;

[SALUM, SALI] : N the open sea, high sea, main, deep, ocean; sea in motion, billow, waves;

[SALUS POPULI SUPREMA LEX ESTO. ] : PHRASE Let the welfare of the people be the supreme law.

[SALUS, SALUTIS] : N health; prosperity; good wish; greeting; salvation, safety;

[SALUS] : health, safety, well-being, salvation/ salutation.

[SALUS] : health, safety, well-being, salvation / salutation.

[SALUS] : safety, help or assistance/ health, wellness, wholeness.

[SALUTARE, SALUTARIS] : N salvation;

[SALUTARIS, SALUTARE, SALUTARIOR -OR -US, SALUTARISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ healthful, health-giving, wholesome, beneficial; saving; of salvation;

[SALUTATIO, SALUTATIONIS] : N greeting, salutation; formal morning call paid by client on patron/emperor;

[SALUTATOR, SALUTATORIS] : N greeter, one who greets; one who pays formal morning call as a client;

[SALUTIFER, SALUTIFERA, SALUTIFERUM] : ADJ healing, salubrious; saving; salutary;

[SALUTIFER] : salvation-giving.

[SALUTO, SALUTARE, SALUTAVI, SALUTATUS] : V greet; wish well; visit; hail, salute;

[SALUTO] : to wish well, greet, visit, reverence, pay respect to.

[SALVATIO, SALVATIONIS] : N salvation; deliverance;

[SALVATOR, SALVATORIS] : N savior;

[SALVE] : ADV hail! welcome! farewell! (salvere jubere => to greet/bid good day);

[SALVEO, SALVERE,] : V be well, be in good health; salve => hello! hail! greetings; farewell! goodbye;

[SALVEO] : to be well, be in good health.

[SALVEO] : to be well.

[SALVIFICO, SALVIFICARE, SALVIFICAVI, SALVIFICATUS] : V save, deliver;

[SALVIFICO] : salvo ; save, except for.

[SALVIFICUS, SALVIFICA, SALVIFICUM] : ADJ saving;

[SALVO, SALVARE, SALVAVI, SALVATUS] : V save;

[SALVUS, SALVA, SALVUM] : ADJ well, unharmed, sound; alive; safe, saved;

[SALVUS] : safe, sound.

[SALVUS] : unhurt, safe, sound.

[SAMARIA, SAMARIAE] : N samaria; (middle district of pasestine);

[SAMARITANUS, SAMARITANA, SAMARITANUM] : ADJ samaritan, of/pertaining to samaria; (middle district of pasestine);

[SAMARITES, SAMARITAE] : N samaritan, inhabitant of samaria; (middle district of pasestine);

[SAMARITICUS, SAMARITICA, SAMARITICUM] : ADJ samaritan, of/pertaining to samaria; (middle district of pasestine);

[SAMARITIS, SAMARITIDIS] : N samaritan woman, inhabitant of samaria; (middle district of pasestine);

[SAMBUCA, SAMBUCAE] : N species of harp;

[SAMBUCINEUS] : (adj.) of elder

[SAMBUCISTRIA, SAMBUCISTRIAE] : N player (female) an the small harp/sambuca;

[SAMECH, UNDECLINED] : N samekh; (15th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as s);

[SAMIA] : -ae, ? perhaps a kind of cake p. 363

[SAMIUS, SAMIA, SAMIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to samos; (cheap/brittle pottery); (testa ~ => shard for cutting);

[SAMPHARETICA] : a kind of spikenard, camel hay Greek Dioscorides, p. 363

[SANABILIS, SANABILIS, SANABILE] : ADJ curable;

[SANARIA] : saxifrage Dioscorides, A. Souter

[SANCIO, SANCIRE, SANXI, SANCTUS] : V confirm, ratify; sanction; fulfil (prophesy); enact (law); ordain; dedicate;

[SANCTIFICATIO, SANCTIFICATIONIS] : N holiness; holy mystery; sanctuary (plater);

[SANCTIFICO, SANCTIFICARE, SANCTIFICAVI, SANCTIFICATUS] : V sanctify, treat as holy;

[SANCTIFICO] : to sanctify, make holy.

[SANCTIMONIA, SANCTIMONIAE] : N sanctity, sacredness; purity, chastity, virtue;

[SANCTIMONIA] : moral purity.

[SANCTIMONIA] : purity, charity, virtue, sanctity, sacredness.

[SANCTIMONIALIS] : nun, sister.

[SANCTIO, SANCTIONIS] : N law/ordinance/sanction/degree; binding clause; penal sanction against violation;

[SANCTIO] : ratification, saction, ordinance.

[SANCTIO] : to ratify, hallow, render inviolable or irrevocable.

[SANCTITAS, SANCTITATIS] : N inviolability, sanctity, moral purity, virtue, piety, purity, holiness;

[SANCTITUDO, SANCTITUDINIS] : N scanctity, holiness; moral purity, probity;

[SANCTUARIUM, SANCTUARI(I)] : N sanctury, shrine; place keeping holy things or private/confidential records;

[SANCTUS EGIDIUS] : St. Gilles.

[SANCTUS ELEUTHERIUS] : St. Eligius.

[SANCTUS RODOENUS] : St. Ouen.

[SANCTUS, SANCTA -UM, SANCTIOR -OR -US, SANCTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ consecrated, sacred, inviolable; venerable, august, divine, holy, pious, just;

[SANCTUS, SANCTI] : N saint;

[SANCTUS] : holy, sacred,/ saint.

[SANCTUS] : holy, sacred, / saint.

[SANDALIARIUS, SANDALIARIA, SANDALIARIUM] : ADJ relating to sandals; (statue of apollo on street of sandal makers);

[SANDALIGERULA, SANDALIGERULAE] : N female slaves (pl.) who carried their mistresses sandals;

[SANDALIUM, SANDALII] : N slipper, sandal;

[SANDAPILA, SANDAPILAE] : N bier used for poor people;

[SANDONICUM] : (also, sant- ) wormwood, wormwood-seed

[SANDYX, SANDYCIS] : N red dye (from oxides of lead and iron); scarlet cloth;

[SANE] : (adverb) rationally, soberly/ really, indeed.

[SANE] : (adverb) rationally, soberly / really, indeed

[SANE] : ADV reasonably, sensibly; certainly, truly; however; yes, of course;

[SANE] : rationally, sensibly, really, indeed, to be sure.

[SANE] : reasonably, sensibly; certainly, doubtless, truly; of course;

[SANGUINAMEM] : a kind of blood pudding

[SANGUINANS, (GEN.), SANGUINANTIS] : ADJ bloodthirsty;

[SANGUINARIUS, SANGUINARIA, SANGUINARIUM] : ADJ of blood; bloodthirsty, savage;

[SANGUINEUS, SANGUINEA, SANGUINEUM] : ADJ bloody, bloodstained; blood-red;

[SANGUINOLENTUS, SANGUINOLENTA, SANGUINOLENTUM] : ADJ bloody; bloodred; blood-stained;

[SANGUIS, SANGUINIS] : N blood; family;

[SANGUISUGA, SANGUISUGAE] : N leech; horseleech (douay);

[SANIES, SANIEI] : N ichorous/bloody matter/pus discharged from wound/ulcer; other such fluids;

[SANITAS, SANITATIS] : N sanity, reason; health;

[SANITAS] : health, soundness of mend, sanity.

[SANNA, SANNAE] : N mocking grimace;

[SANNA] : mocking grimace, mockery.

[SANNIO, SANNIONIS] : N buffoon;

[SANO, SANARE, SANAVI, SANATUS] : V cure, heal; correct; quiet;

[SANO] : to heal.

[SANTIAGO] : st. james.

[SANUS, SANA, SANUM] : ADJ sound; healthy; sensible; sober; sane;

[SANUS] : sound, healthy, sane.

[SAPA, SAPAE] : N new wine;

[SAPERE AUDE! ] : PHRASE Dare to be wise!

[SAPIENS, SAPIENTIS (GEN.), SAPIENTIOR -OR -US, SAPIENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ rational; sane, of sound mind; wise, judicious, understanding; discreet;

[SAPIENS, SAPIENTIS] : N wise (virtuous) man, sage, philosopher; teacher of wisdom;

[SAPIENS] : (subs.) a wise man, philosopher.

[SAPIENS] : wise, judicious.

[SAPIENTER] : ADV wisely, sensibly;

[SAPIENTER] : wisely, judiciously.

[SAPIENTIA, SAPIENTIAE] : N good taste; prudence, wisdom;

[SAPIENTIA] : wisdom.

[SAPIO, SAPERE, SAPIVI] : V taste of; understand; have sense;

[SAPIO] : to discern, know.

[SAPO] : soap (Teutonic, saip; OE sape; check for association to 'sebum') (Check for connection to Sapis River --> Sabis, Sapis, Savis) p.303

[SAPOR, SAPORIS] : N taste, flavor; sense of taste;

[SAPOR] : taste, elegance.

[SAPPHIR, SAPPHIRI] : N 2 3 blue gem; (probably lapis lazuli); sapphire (l+s);

[SAPPHIRUS, SAPPHIRI] : N blue gem; (probably lapis lazuli); sapphire (l+s);

[SAPPHYRUS, SAPPHYRI] : N blue gem; (probably lapis lazuli); sapphire (l+s);

[SAPPIR, SAPPIRI] : N 2 3 blue gem; (probably lapis lazuli); sapphire (l+s);

[SAPPIRUS, SAPPIRI] : N blue gem; (probably lapis lazuli); sapphire (l+s);

[SARABALA, SARABALAE] : N loose/wide trousers (pl.); (worn in the east);

[SARABALLA, SARABALLAE] : N loose/wide trousers (pl.); (worn in the east);

[SARABALLUM, SARABALLI] : N loose/wide trousers (pl.); (worn in the east);

[SARABALUM, SARABALI] : N loose/wide trousers (pl.); (worn in the east);

[SARABARA, SARABARAE] : N loose/wide trousers (pl.); (worn in the east);

[SARABARUM, SARABARI] : N loose/wide trousers (pl.); (worn in the east);

[SARACA] : black hellebore Dioscorides, A. Souter

[SARCALOGOS] : Christ, the word incarnate.

[SARCINA, SARCINAE] : N pack, bundle, soldier's kit; baggage (pl.), belongings, chattles; load, burden;

[SARCINA] : bundle, pack, burden, load.

[SARCINARIUS, SARCINARIA, SARCINARIUM] : ADJ employed in carrying packs;

[SARCINATOR, SARCINATORIS] : N cobbler;

[SARCINULA, SARCINULAE] : N (small) pack/bundle; baggage (pl.), belongings, chattels, effects, parphernlia;

[SARCIO, SARCIRE, SARSI, SARTUS] : V make good; redeem; restore;

[SARCOPHAGUS, SARCOPHAGI] : N coffin, grave;

[SARCULUM, SARCULI] : N hoe;

[SARDINA, SARDINAE] : N sardine; pilchard; small fish;

[SARDINIA, SARDINIAE] : N sardinia; (large island west of italy);

[SARDINUS, SARDINA, SARDINUM] : ADJ carnelian/sardian; (deep red of a precious stone);

[SARDIUS, SARDIA, SARDIUM] : ADJ carnelian/sardian; (deep red of a precious stone);

[SARDIUS, SARDII] : N carnelian/sardian; (deep red precious stone);

[SARDONICHUS, SARDONICHA, SARDONICHUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to sardonyx (precious stone); (~ lapis => a sardonyx);

[SARDONICUS, SARDONICI] : N sardonyx, precious stone;

[SARDONIUS, SARDONIA, SARDONIUM] : ADJ sardinian; (~ herba => kind of acrid buttercup; poisonous plant, crowfoot l+s);

[SARDONYX, SARDONYCHOS/IS] : N C sardonyx, precious stone;

[SARGUS, SARGI] : N salt-water fish, the sargue;

[SARIO, SARIRE, SARIVI, SARITUS] : V hoe; weed (crops); dig over (land);

[SARISOPHORUS, SARISOPHORI] : N macedonian pikeman;

[SARMENTUM, SARMENTI] : N shoot; twigs (pl.), cut twigs, brushwood;

[SARRIO, SARRIRE, SARRUI, SARRITUS] : V hoe; weed (crops); dig over (land);

[SARRIO, SARRIRE, SARRIVI, SARRITUS] : V hoe; weed (crops); dig over (land); rake (l+s);

[SARTAGO, SARTAGINIS] : N frying pan;

[SAT SAPIENTI. ] : PHRASE Enough for a wise man.

[SAT, UNDECLINED] : ADJ enough, adequate, sufficient; satisfactory;

[SAT] : ADV enough, adequately; sufficiently; well enough, quite; fairly, pretty;

[SATAGO, SATAGERE, SATEGI, SATACTUS] : V bustle about, fuss, busy one's self; be hard pressed, have one's hands full;

[SATAGO] : have one's hands full, have enough to do.

[SATAGO] : to bustle about.

[SATAGO] : to pay a creditor, satisfy a creditor.

[SATAN, UNDECLINED] : N satan, the devil; adversary (def);

[SATANARIA] : sulphurwort => Greek p.365

[SATANAS, SATANAE] : N satan, the devil; adversary (def);

[SATELLES, SATELLITIS] : N attendant; courtier; follower; life guard; companion; accomplice, abettor;

[SATELLITES] : armed retainers, retinue.

[SATIAS, SATIATIS] : N sufficiency, abundance; distaste caused by excess;

[SATIETAS, SATIETATIS] : N satiety; the state of being sated;

[SATIO, SATIARE, SATIAVI, SATIATUS] : V satisfy, sate; nourish;

[SATIO] : to satisfy, sate.

[SATIS, UNDECLINED] : ADJ enough, adequate, sufficient; satisfactory;

[SATIS] : ADV enough, adequately; sufficiently; well enough, quite; fairly, pretty;

[SATIS] : enough, sufficient / sufficiently.

[SATIS] : enough, sufficient/ sufficiently.

[SATISDATIO, SATISDATIONIS] : N giving bail or security;

[SATISFACIO, SATISFACERE, SATISFECI, SATISFACTUS] : V give satisfactory insurance (to) or (that); make amends, satisfy;

[SATISFACTIO, SATISFACTIONIS] : N penalty; satisfaction for an offense;

[SATIUS EST IMPUNITUM RELINQUI FACINUS NOCENTIS, QUAM INNOCENTEM DAMNARI. ] : PHRASE It is better that a crime is left unpunished than that an innocent man is punished.

[SATIUS, UNDECLINED] : ADJ better, more serviceable/satisfactory; fitter, preferable; (comp of satis);

[SATIUS] : ADV COMP rather; preferably;

[SATO] : to sow, plant.

[SATOR, SATORIS] : N sower, planter; founder, progenitor (usu. divine); originator;

[SATOR] : planter, father, creator.

[SATRAPA, SATRAPAE] : N governor; (provincial); viceroy; satrap;

[SATRAPES, SATRAPIS] : N governor; (provincial); viceroy; satrap;

[SATRAPS, SATRAPIS] : N governor; (provincial); viceroy; satrap;

[SATUR, SATURA, SATURUM] : ADJ well-fed, replete; rich; saturated;

[SATURA, SATURAE] : N satire;

[SATURA] : satire.

[SATUREIA, SATUREIAE] : N herb (savory);

[SATUREIA] : savory, wild savory (?) Satureia thymbra Celsus, W. G. Spencer p.493, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[SATUREIUM, SATUREII] : N herb (savory)i (pl.)

[SATURITAS, SATURITATIS] : N fullness/satiety (food/drink); surplus of digested food; abundance, plenitude;

[SATURITAS, SATURITATIS] : N condition of being imbued with a color to saturation;

[SATURO, SATURARE, SATURAVI, SATURATUS] : V fill to repletion, sate, satisfy; drench, saturate;

[SATURO] : to fill, satisfy.

[SATUS, SATA, SATUM] : ADJ sprung (from); native;

[SATUS] : origin, start, beginning / planting, sowing.

[SATUS] : origin, start, beginning/ planting, sowing.

[SATYRUS, SATYRI] : N satyr; satyric play;

[SAUCIO, SAUCIARE, SAUCIAVI, SAUCIATUS] : V wound, hurt; gash, stab;

[SAUCIUS, SAUCIA, SAUCIUM] : ADJ wounded; ill, sick;

[SAVIOLUM, SAVIOLI] : N tender kiss;

[SAVIOR, SAVIARI, -, SAVIATUS SUM] : V to kiss;

[SAVIUM, SAVI(I)] : N kiss; sweetheart;

[SAXETUM, SAXETI] : N rocky place;

[SAXEUS, SAXEA, SAXEUM] : ADJ rocky, stony, made of stones;

[SAXIFICUS, SAXIFICA, SAXIFICUM] : ADJ petrifying, turning to stone;

[SAXIFRAGA] : -ae saxifage

[SAXIFRAGIA] : saxifagia

[SAXOSUS, SAXOSA, SAXOSUM] : ADJ rocky, stony;

[SAXULUM, SAXULI] : N little rock;

[SAXUM, SAXI] : N stone;

[SAXUM] : large stone.

[SCABELLUM, SCABELLI] : N footstool; a musical instrument played with the foot;

[SCABER, SCABRA -UM, SCABRIOR -OR -US, SCABERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ rough/scabrous from disease, scabby (esp. sheep); rough/corroded (surface);

[SCABER] : scabby, rough.

[SCABIES, SCABIEI] : N the itch, mange;

[SCABIES] : the itch, mange, a rash.

[SCABILLUM, SCABILLI] : N footstool; a musical instrument played with the foot;

[SCABIOSUS, SCABIOSA, SCABIOSUM] : ADJ scabby, mangy;

[SCABO, SCABERE, SCABI] : V scratch, scrape;

[SCABROSUS] : scabrous, rough.

[SCACCARIUM] : chessboard, game of chess.

[SCACCARIUM] : chessboard, game of chess. .

[SCAENA, SCAENAE] : N theater stage, "boards"; scene; a theater; public stage/view, publicity;

[SCAENA, SCENA] : stage or tent, even foliage.

[SCAENICUS, SCAENICA, SCAENICUM] : ADJ theatrical;

[SCAENICUS, SCAENICI] : N actor;

[SCAEVUS, SCAEVA, SCAEVUM] : ADJ left, on the left; awkward;

[SCALA, SCALAE] : N ladder (pl.);

[SCALDUS] : Scheldt.

[SCALMUS, SCALMI] : N thole-pin, rowlock;

[SCALPELLUM, SCALPELLI] : N lancet, scalpel;

[SCALPER, SCALPRI] : N tool for scraping/paring/cutting away/removing parts of bone/sharpening pens;

[SCALPO, SCALPERE, SCALPSI, SCALPTUS] : V scratch, draw nails across (itch/affection); dig out (w/nails); carve/engrave;

[SCALPRATUS, SCALPRATA, SCALPRATUM] : ADJ fitted with a scraper; having a sharp or cutting edge;

[SCALPRUM, SCALPRI] : N tool for scraping/paring/cutting away/removing parts of bone/sharpening pens;

[SCAMMONEA, SCAMMONEAE] : N plant (scammony);

[SCAMMONIA, SCAMMONIAE] : N plant (scammony);

[SCAMNUM, SCAMNI] : N stool, step;

[SCAMNUM] : bench, stool.

[SCAMONIA] : -ae, (fem.) (?) scammony (?)

[SCANDALIZO, SCANDALIZARE, SCANDALIZAVI, SCANDALIZATUS] : V tempt to evil; cause to stumble; offend, scandalize (bee);

[SCANDALUM, SCANDALI] : N temptation/inducement to sin; cause of offence; stumbling block; scandal (bee);

[SCANDALUM] : stumbling-block, quarrel.

[SCANDO, SCANDERE, SCANDI, SCANSUS] : V climb; mount, ascend, get up, clamber;

[SCANDO] : to ascend, board.

[SCAPHA, SCAPHAE] : N skiff; light boat;

[SCAPHIUM (SCIPHUS] : Herimann, cap. 24) pot, bowl, drinking vessel.

[SCAPHIUM, SCAPHII] : N pot, bowl, drinking vessel;

[SCAPULA, SCAPULAE] : N shoulder-blades (pl.); the shoulder, back;

[SCAPULARE] : sword-belt.

[SCAPULUS] : the shoulder.

[SCAPUS, SCAPI] : N stem/stalk of a plant; shaft/upright of column/post/door frame/scroll;

[SCATEBRA, SCATEBRAE] : N gush of water from the ground, bubbling spring;

[SCATEO, SCATERE,] : V gush out, bubble, spring forth; swarm (with), be alive (with);

[SCATO, SCATERE,] : V gush out, bubble, spring forth; swarm (with), be alive (with);

[SCATURIGO, SCATURIGINIS] : N bubbling spring;

[SCATURRIO, SCATURRIRE,] : V to gush, bubble over;

[SCAURUS, SCAURA, SCAURUM] : ADJ with swollen ankles;

[SCAZON, SCAZONTIS] : N an iambic trimeter with a spondee or trochee in the last foot;

[SCELERATA] : ; as in herba scelerata ranunculus

[SCELERATA] : accursed, miscreant.

[SCELERATUS, SCELERATA -UM, SCELERATIOR -OR -US, SCELERATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ criminal, wicked; accursed; lying under a ban; sinful, atrocious, heinous;

[SCELERATUS, SCELERATI] : N a criminal;

[SCELERATUS] : scelero ; to pollute with guilt, with blood, etc.

[SCELERO, SCELERARE, SCELERAVI, SCELERATUS] : V defile;

[SCELEROSUS, SCELEROSA, SCELEROSUM] : ADJ steeped in wickedness;

[SCELESTUS, SCELESTA, SCELESTUM] : ADJ infamous, wicked; accursed;

[SCELESTUS] : wicked, accursed, infamous, criminal.

[SCELESTUS] : wicked, accurse, infamous, criminal.

[SCELUS SCELERIS] : crime, sin, evil deed, wickedness.

[SCELUS, SCELERIS] : N crime; calamity; wickedness, sin, evil deed;

[SCELUS] : accursed deed, wickedness, calamity.

[SCELUS] : crime, sin, evil deed, wickedness.

[SCENOFACTORIUS, SCENOFACTORIA, SCENOFACTORIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the making of tents; (ars ~ => business of tent-making);

[SCENOPEGIA, SCENOPEGIAE] : N jewish feast of tabernacles;

[SCENOPHEGIA, SCENOPHEGIAE] : N jewish feast of tabernacles;

[SCEPARNON] : ironwort Greek

[SCEPTRIFER, SCEPTRIFERA, SCEPTRIFERUM] : ADJ bearing a scepter;

[SCEPTRUM, SCEPTRI] : N scepter;

[SCEPTRUM] : rule, authority, royal staff.

[SCEPTUCHUS, SCEPTUCHI] : N wand-bearer, a court official;

[SCEUASIA] : -ae recipe Greek

[SCHEDA, SCHEDAE] : N strip of papyrus bark; a leaf of paper;

[SCHEMA, SCHEMAE] : N shape, figure, form;

[SCHEMA, SCHEMATIS] : N shape, figure, form;

[SCHEMA] : rhetorical figure, shape.

[SCHISMA, SCHISMATIS] : N schism/split/deep divide; separation/breaking away; (refusal to submit to pope);

[SCHISMATICUS, SCHISMATICA, SCHISMATICUM] : ADJ schismatic; pertaining to schism;

[SCHISMATICUS, SCHISMATICI] : N schismatic, separatist, seceder;

[SCHOENOBATES, SCHOENOBATAE] : N rope-walker;

[SCHOLA, SCHOLAE] : N school; followers of a system/teacher/subject; thesis/subject; area w/benches;

[SCHOLA] : school / elite troop of soldiers.

[SCHOLA] : school/ elite troop of soldiers.

[SCHOLARIS, SCHOLARIS] : N the imperial guard (pl.); scholar, student (bee);

[SCHOLARIS, SCHOLARIS, SCHOLARE] : ADJ of/belonging to a school; used in school;

[SCHOLARUS, SCHOLARA, SCHOLARUM] : ADJ of/connected with the schola in which a collegium met;

[SCHOLASTICA, SCHOLASTICAE] : N debate on imaginary case in school of rhetoric (controversia scholastica);

[SCHOLASTICUS, SCHOLASTICI] : N student/teacher, one who attends school; one who studies, scholar;

[SCHOLASTICUS, SCHOLASTICA, SCHOLASTICUM] : ADJ of/appropriate to a school of rhetoric/any school;

[SCHOLASTICUS] : scholar, learned one, schoolboy.

[SCHOLICUS, SCHOLICA, SCHOLICUM] : ADJ of/belonging to a school (of rhetoric/grammar); theoretical (not actual);

[SCHOLIUM, SCHOLII] : N note; (erasmus);

[SCIARE] : teasel Dacian, A. Souter

[SCIDA, SCIDAE] : N strip of papyrus bark; a leaf of paper;

[SCIDO, SCIDERE, SCIDI, SCISUS] : V tear, rend, cut to pieces; tear (clothes/hair in rage/grief/despair);

[SCIENS, (GEN.), SCIENTIS] : ADJ knowing, understanding; skilled, expert;

[SCIENTIA, SCIENTIAE] : N knowledge, science; skill;

[SCIENTIA] : knowledge.

[SCIENTIA] : knowledge, science, skill.

[SCILICET] : ADV one may know, certainly; of course;

[SCILICET] : adv. evidently, naturally, of course; (as explan. particle] : ) namely, that is to say, in other words

[SCILICET] : evidently, certainly, of course, no doubt, assuredly.

[SCILICET] : namely, that is to say.

[SCILICET] : rightly, it is just.

[SCILICET] : rightly, it is just

[SCILLA] : squill or sea leek Urginea maritima Celsus, W. G. Spencer p.493, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[SCINDO, SCINDERE, SCINDI, SCISSUS] : V tear, split, divide;

[SCINDO] : to cut, rend, split/ divide, separate

[SCINDO] : to cut, rend, split/ divide, separate.

[SCINIFES, SCINIFOS/IS] : N kind of stinging insects; very small flies, gnats; other small creatures (old);

[SCINIPHES, SCINIPHOS/IS] : N kind of stinging insects; very small flies, gnats; other small creatures (old);

[SCINTILLA, SCINTILLAE] : N spark;

[SCINTILLO, SCINTILLARE, SCINTILLAVI, SCINTILLATUS] : V send out sparks;

[SCINTILLULA, SCINTILLULAE] : N little spark;

[SCINUS, SCINI] : N mastic tree; (vulgate susanna 1] : 54);

[SCIO, SCIRE, SCIVI, SCITUS] : V know, understand;

[SCIO] : to know, understand.

[SCIPHUS, SCIPHI] : N bowl, goblet, cup; communion cup;

[SCIPIO, SCIPIONIS] : N scipio; (p. cornelia ~ beat hannibal, his grandson destroyed carthage);

[SCIPIO, SCIPIONIS] : N ceremonial rod, baton;

[SCIPUS, SCIPI] : N bowl, goblet, cup; communion cup;

[SCIRPEA, SCIRPEAE] : N large basket made of bulrushes; basket-work (cas);

[SCIRPIA, SCIRPIAE] : N large basket made of bulrushes; basket-work (cas);

[SCIRPICULUS, SCIRPICULI] : N basket made of bulrushes, rush basket;

[SCIRPICULUS, SCIRPICULA, SCIRPICULUM] : ADJ used for dealing with bulrushes (of a billhook); of/made of rushes (l+s);

[SCIRPO, SCIRPARE, SCIRPAVI, SCIRPATUS] : V plait/make (baskets, etc.) from bulrushes;

[SCIRPUS, SCIRPA, SCIRPUM] : ADJ woven/made of bulrushes; basket-work (cas);

[SCIRPUS, SCIRPI] : N marsh plant, bulrush; (scripus lacustris); riddle (like intricate basket-work);

[SCIRTO, SCIRTARE, SCIRTAVI, SCIRTATUS] : V dance; (4 ezra 6] : 21);

[SCISCITOR, SCISCITARI, -, SCISCITATUS SUM] : V ask; question; consult;

[SCISCITOR] : to ask.

[SCISCO, SCISCERE, SCIVI, SCITUS] : V investigate, inquire; (political) to vot; ordain;

[SCISCO] : investigate, ask, inquire/ vote, ordain, resolve.

[SCISCO] : to ascertain.

[SCISMA, SCISMATIS] : N schism/split/deep divide; separation/breaking away; (refusal to submit to pope);

[SCISSOR, SCISSORIS] : N carver;

[SCISSURA, SCISSURAE] : N cleft, fissure;

[SCITOR, SCITARI, -, SCITATUS SUM] : V inquire, ask;

[SCITUM, SCITI] : N ordinance, statute;

[SCITUS, SCITA, SCITUM] : ADJ having practical knowledge of, neat, ingenious; nice, excellent;

[SCITUS] : ordinance.

[SCIURUS, SCIURI] : N squirrel;

[SCIUS, SCIA, SCIUM] : ADJ cognizant, possessing knowledge; skilled/expert (in w/abl);

[SCIUS] : discerning.

[SCOBIS, SCOBIS] : N filings, chips, shavings, sawdust;

[SCOBO, SCOBERE,] : V probe; look into; search; scope out; sweep (douay) (prob. confused with v 1 1);

[SCOLA, SCOLAE] : N school; followers of a system/teacher/subject; thesis/subject; area w/benches;

[SCOLASTICA, SCOLASTICAE] : N debate on imaginary case in school of rhetoric (controversia scholastica);

[SCOLASTICUS, SCOLASTICI] : N student/teacher, one who attends school; one who studies, scholar;

[SCOLASTICUS, SCOLASTICA, SCOLASTICUM] : ADJ of/appropriate to a school of rhetoric/any school;

[SCOMBER, SCOMBRI] : N mackerel;

[SCOPA, SCOPAE] : N broom (pl.); (plant);

[SCOPA, SCOPAE] : N butcher's broom (shrub); branches/sprigs tied together (pl.); broom (sweeping);

[SCOPAE] : broom.

[SCOPO, SCOPARE, SCOPAVI, SCOPATUS] : V brush/sweep away;

[SCOPO, SCOPERE,] : V probe; look into; search; scope out; sweep (douay) (prob. confused with v 1 1);

[SCOPULUS, SCOPULI] : N rock, boulder;

[SCORIA, SCORIAE] : N slag, dross; (of metals);

[SCORPIO, SCORPIONIS] : N scorpion; (animal/constellation/zodiacal sign); small catapult; plant;

[SCORPION, SCORPII] : N plant w/poisonous root like scorpion; (leopard's-bane, doronicum caucasicum?);

[SCORPIOS, SCORPII] : N scorpion; (animal/constellation/zodiacal sign); small catapult; plant;

[SCORPIUS, SCORPII] : N scorpion; (animal/constellation/zodiacal sign); small catapult; plant;

[SCORTATOR, SCORTATORIS] : N fornicator;

[SCORTEUM, SCORTEI] : N thing made of hide/hides/leather;

[SCORTEUS, SCORTEA, SCORTEUM] : ADJ of hide/hides, leather;

[SCORTILLUM, SCORTILLI] : N young prostitute; wench;

[SCORTOR, SCORTARI,] : V consort with harlots/prostitutes; act like a harlot/promiscuously;

[SCORTUM, SCORTI] : N harlot, prostitute; male prostitute; skin, hide;

[SCREO, SCREARE, SCREAVI, SCREATUS] : V to clear the throat, hawk, hem;

[SCRIBA, SCRIBAE] : N scribe, clerk;

[SCRIBLITA, SCRIBLITAE] : N kind of pastry;

[SCRIBO, SCRIBERE, SCRIPSI, SCRIPTUS] : V write; compose;

[SCRIBO, SCRIPSI SCRIPTUM] : to write, compose.

[SCRINIUM, SCRINI(I)] : N box, case;

[SCRINIUM] : bookcase, case for papers.

[SCRINIUM] : chest.

[SCRIPTO, SCRIPTARE, SCRIPTAVI, SCRIPTATUS] : V write; compose;

[SCRIPTOR, SCRIPTORIS] : N writer, author; scribe;

[SCRIPTOR] : writer, author, scribe.

[SCRIPTULUM, SCRIPTULI] : N unit of weight (1/24 unica, 1/288 libra); 1/288 of a unit (esp. iugerum);

[SCRIPTUM, SCRIPTI] : N something written; written communication; literary work;

[SCRIPTURA, SCRIPTURAE] : N writing; composition; scripture;

[SCRIPULA, SCRIPULAE] : N kind of vine/grape (used for raisins);

[SCRIPULATIM] : ADV by amounts of a scripulum (1/288 libra/pound); (2 grams); (pharmacy dose);

[SCRIPULUM, SCRIPULI] : N weight unit (1/24 unica, 1/288 libra, 2 grams); 1/288 of a unit (esp. iugerum);

[SCROBIS, SCROBIS] : N ditch, trench; dike;

[SCROFA, SCROFAE] : N sow; (esp. one used for breeding);

[SCROFINUS, SCROFINA, SCROFINUM] : ADJ of/derived from a sow;

[SCROFIPASCUS, SCROFIPASCA, SCROFIPASCUM] : ADJ that feeds sows;

[SCROTUM, SCROTI] : N scrotum;

[SCRUPEUS, SCRUPEA, SCRUPEUM] : ADJ composed of sharp rocks;

[SCRUPOSUS, SCRUPOSA, SCRUPOSUM] : ADJ of sharp stones, rugged, rough;

[SCRUPULA, SCRUPULAE] : N an anxiety, doubt, scruple;

[SCRUPULOSA] : intricate, thorny.

[SCRUPULOSITAS] : rough spot, jagged edge.

[SCRUPULOSUS, SCRUPULOSA, SCRUPULOSUM] : ADJ careful, accurate, scrupulous;

[SCRUPULUS, SCRUPULI] : N small stone; fraction of an ounce (erasmus); scruple;

[SCRUPUS, SCRUPI] : N worry, anxiety;

[SCRUPUS, SCRUPI] : N sharp stone;

[SCRUTA, SCRUTAE] : N pot;

[SCRUTINIUM, SCRUTINI(I)] : N search, examination (for hidden thing); inquiry/investigation/scrutiny (l+s);

[SCRUTINO, SCRUTINARE, SCRUTINAVI, SCRUTINATUS] : V investigate; examine closely/strictly; scrutinize;

[SCRUTINOR, SCRUTINARI, -, SCRUTINATUS SUM] : V investigate; examine closely/strictly; scrutinize;

[SCRUTO, SCRUTARE, SCRUTAVI, SCRUTATUS] : V search/probe/examine carefully/thoroughly; explore/scan/scrutinize/investigate;

[SCRUTOR, SCRUTARI, -, SCRUTATUS SUM] : V search/probe/examine carefully/thoroughly; explore/scan/scrutinize/investigate;

[SCRUTUM, SCRUTI] : N trash (pl.), old/broken stuff; job lot; trumpery;

[SCULPO, SCULPERE, SCULPSI, SCULPTUS] : V carve, engrave (inscription/face); fashion/work into form by carving/engraving;

[SCULPTA] : engraved.

[SCULPTILIS, SCULPTILIS, SCULPTILE] : ADJ engraved;

[SCULPTOR, SCULPTORIS] : N sculptor;

[SCURRA, SCURRAE] : N fashionable city idler, man about town, rake; professional buffoon, comedian;

[SCURRILITAS, SCURRILITATIS] : N buffoonery; quality of a scurra, untimely/offensive humor;

[SCURRILITER] : ADV in the manner of a scurra, with untimely/offensive humor/buffoonery;;

[SCURROR, SCURRARI, -, SCURRATUS SUM] : V play the 'man about town'; dine off one's jokes;

[SCUTALUM, SCUTALI] : N thong of a sling;

[SCUTARIOR, SCUTARIORIS] : N shieldbearer;

[SCUTATUS, SCUTATA, SCUTATUM] : ADJ armed with a long wooden shield;

[SCUTELLA, SCUTELLAE] : N flat dish, saucer;

[SCUTICA, SCUTICAE] : N strap; instrument of punishment; lash, whip;

[SCUTRA, SCUTRAE] : N shallow/flat dish/pan/tray/platter; (square); shovel (vulgate);

[SCUTULATUM, SCUTULATI] : N checked cloths (pl.), checks;

[SCUTULATUS] : diamond-shaped, shield-bearing.

[SCUTULUM, SCUTULI] : N little shield;

[SCUTUM, SCUTI] : N shield;

[SCUTUM] : oblong shield.

[SCYMNUS, SCYMNI] : N cub, whelp;

[SCYPHUS, SCYPHI] : N bowl, goblet, cup; communion cup;

[SCYPHUS, SCYPHI] : N two-handled drinking vessel;

[SE ASTRINGO] : to commit oneself to.

[SE GERO] : to conduct oneself, conduct, carry on.

[SE HABERE] : to keep oneself.

[SE TENEO] : stay.

[SEBBOLETH, UNDECLINED] : N scibboleth (grain ear) which mispronounciation gileadites uncovered ephraimite;

[SEBUM, SEBI] : N suet, tallow, hard animal fat;

[SECEDO, SECEDERE, SECESSI, SECESSUS] : V withdraw; rebel; secede;

[SECEDO] : to go apart, withdraw.

[SECEDO] : to withdraw.

[SECERNO SECREVI SECRETUM] : to separate.

[SECERNO, SECERNERE, SECREVI, SECRETUS] : V separate;

[SECESPITA, SECESPITAE] : N type of sacrificial knife;

[SECESSIO, SECESSIONIS] : N revolt, secession;

[SECESSUS, SECESSUS] : N withdrawal; secluded place;

[SECESSUS] : solitary retreat.

[SECIUS] : ADV otherwise, none the less;

[SECLUDO, SECLUDERE, SECLUSI, SECLUSUS] : V shut off;

[SECLUDO] : to shut out.

[SECO, SECARE, SECAVI, SECATUS] : V cut, sever; decide; divide in two/halve/split; slice/chop/cut up/carve; detach;

[SECO, SECARE, SECUI, SECTUS] : V cut, sever; decide; divide in two/halve/split; slice/chop/cut up/carve; detach;

[SECO] : secui ; sectum ; to cut, hurt, wound, amputate, divide, part.

[SECO] : to fly or cut through.

[SECO] : to settle (as to settle an argument).

[SECOR, SECI, -, SECUTUS SUM] : V support/back/side with; obey, observe; pursue/chase; range/spread over; attain;

[SECOR, SECI, -, SECUTUS SUM] : V follow; escort/attend/accompany; aim at/reach after/strive for/make for/seek;

[SECRETARIUS] : privy counsellor.

[SECRETO] : ADV separately; secretly, in private;

[SECRETO] : alone, apart, separate, by one's self, in private.

[SECRETUM, SECRETI] : N secret, mystic rite, haunt;

[SECRETUM] : (adj) secret, solitary, private, retired, secret conversation.

[SECRETUM] : (noun) solitude, retirement, privacy/ mystery, a secret.

[SECRETUS, SECRETA -UM, SECRETIOR -OR -US, SECRETISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ separate, apart (from); private, secret; remote; hidden;

[SECRETUS] : alone, solitary, separate/ special/ hidden, secret.

[SECTATOR] : sector ; pursuer, hunter, suiter.

[SECTILIS, SECTILIS, SECTILE] : ADJ capable of being cut into thin layers;

[SECTOR, SECTARI, -, SECTATUS SUM] : V follow continually; pursue; pursue with punishment; hunt out; run after;

[SECTURA, SECTURAE] : N quarry (pl.);

[SECUBITUS, SECUBITUS] : N sleeping apart from one's spouse or lover;

[SECUBO, SECUBARE, SECUBUI] : V sleep apart from one's spouse or lover; sleep alone; live alone;

[SECULARITAS, SECULARITATIS] : N worldliness; worldly life;

[SECULARITER] : ADV worldly, in a worldly fashion;

[SECULARUS, SECULARA -UM, SECULARIOR -OR -US, SECULARISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ secular/temporal/worldly (as opposed to ecclesiastical); lay, laic;

[SECULARUS, SECULARI] : N layman (as opposed to ecclesiastical);

[SECULIS, SECULIS, SECULE] : ADJ secular/temporal/earthly/worldly; transitory; pagan;

[SECULIZO, SECULIZARE, SECULIZAVI, SECULIZATUS] : V live a worldly life;

[SECULUM, SECULI] : N the world/universe; secular/temporal/earthly/worldly affairs/cares/temptation;

[SECUND] : NUM second, 2nd; a/the second part;

[SECUNDANUS, SECUNDANI] : N soldiers (pl.) of the second legion;

[SECUNDO, SECUNDARE,] : V make conditions favorable (winds/dieties), favor; adjust, adapt; prosper;

[SECUNDUM] : (+ inf.), following, after, during, according to.

[SECUNDUM] : (adv.) after, behind.

[SECUNDUM] : accordingly, in an accordance with

[SECUNDUM] : accordingly, in an accordance with.

[SECUNDUM] : PREP according to; along, next to, following/immediately after, close behind;

[SECUNDUS, SECUNDA -UM, SECUNDIOR -OR -US, SECUNDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ following, next; second; favorable;

[SECUNDUS] : second.

[SECURIFER, SECURIFERA, SECURIFERUM] : ADJ armed with an axe;

[SECURIGER, SECURIGERA, SECURIGERUM] : ADJ armed with an axe;

[SECURIS, SECURIS] : N ax (bundled in fasces); sovereignty (usu. pl.), authority, domain, supremacy;

[SECURIS, SECURIS] : N ax battle/headsman's), hatchet, chopper; (death) blow; vine-dresser's blade;

[SECURIS] : axe, hatchet, battle-axe.

[SECURITAS, SECURITATIS] : N freedom from care; carelessness; safety, security;

[SECURITAS] : * guarantee of safety, surety, guarantor.

[SECURUS, SECURA, SECURUM] : ADJ secure, safe, untroubled, free from care;

[SECURUS] : safe, secure, free from care, unworried, unconcerned.

[SECUS + ATQUE OR QUAM] : differently from, otherwise than.

[SECUS] : ADV otherwise; differently, in another way; contrary to what is right/expected;

[SECUS] : non secus, haud secus ; just so.

[SECUS] : otherwise, not so.

[SECUS] : PREP by, beside, alongside; in accordance with;

[SECUS] : wrongly, badly, not as one would wish.

[SECUUTUS] : follower, pursuer.

[SED FUGIT INTERAE, FUGIT IRREPARABILE TEMPUS. ] : PHRASE But meanwhile, the irreplaceable time escapes.

[SED] : but/ and indeed, what is more.

[SED] : CONJ but, but also; yet; however, but in fact/truth; not to mention; yes but;

[SEDATUS, SEDATA, SEDATUM] : ADJ calm, untroubled;

[SEDATUS] : calmed, settled, checked.

[SEDECIM, SEDECIE(N)S] : NUM sixteen;

[SEDECIM] : NUM sixteen;

[SEDECULA, SEDECULAE] : N low seat, stool;

[SEDEO SEDI SESSUM] : to sit.

[SEDEO, SEDERE, SEDI, SESSUS] : V sit, remain; settle; encamp;

[SEDEO] : to settle down, reside.

[SEDEO] : to sit.

[SEDES, SEDIS] : N seat; home, residence; settlement, habitation; chair;

[SEDES] : residence, throne, temple/ episcopal see, cathedral.

[SEDILE, SEDILIS] : N seat, chair, bench, stool; that which may be sat on;

[SEDITIO, SEDITIONIS] : N sedition, riot, strife,rebellion;

[SEDITIO] : dissension, quarrel, insurrection, mutiny, rising.

[SEDITIO] : sedition.

[SEDITIOSUS, SEDITIOSA, SEDITIOSUM] : ADJ mutinous; troubled; quarrelsome;

[SEDO, SEDARE, SEDAVI, SEDATUS] : V settle, allay; restrain; calm down;

[SEDO] : to settle, smooth, calm, allay.

[SEDUCO, SEDUCERE, SEDUXI, SEDUCTUS] : V lead away, lead apart; lead astray, seduce;

[SEDUCTOR, SEDUCTORIS] : N seducer (eccl.);

[SEDUCTOR] : seducer.

[SEDUCTUS, SEDUCTA, SEDUCTUM] : ADJ distant; retired, secluded;

[SEDULITAS, SEDULITATIS] : N assiduity, painstaking attention (to);

[SEDULO] : ADV carefully;

[SEDULO] : zealously.

[SEDULUS, SEDULA, SEDULUM] : ADJ attentive, painstaking, sedulous;

[SEDULUS] : zealous.

[see laser; silphium] silphium p. 227

[seems to be from the Greek for 'leontopodion']

[SEGES, SEGETIS] : N grain field; crop;

[SEGES] : wheatfield, wheat crop, field of wheat.

[SEGMENTATUS, SEGMENTATA, SEGMENTATUM] : ADJ adorned with borders or patches;

[SEGMENTUM, SEGMENTI] : N cutting, shred; borders/patches (pl.) of purple or gold;

[SEGNIPES, (GEN.), SEGNIPEDIS] : ADJ slow-footed;

[SEGNIS, SEGNE, SEGNIOR -OR -US, SEGNISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ slow, sluggish, torpid, inactive; slothful, unenergetic; slow moving, slow;

[SEGNIS] : sluggish.

[SEGNITAS, SEGNITATIS] : N sloth, sluggishness;

[SEGNITER, SEGNITIUS, SEGNITISSIME] : ADV half-heartedly; without spirit/energy, feebly; (nihlo ~ius => no less actively);

[SEGNITIA, SEGNITIAE] : N sloth, sluggishness, inertia; weakness, feebleness; disinclination for action;

[SEGNITIES, SEGNITIEI] : N sloth, sluggishness, inertia; weakness, feebleness; disinclination for action;

[SEGREGO, SEGREGARE, SEGREGAVI, SEGREGATUS] : V remove, separate;

[SEIA, SEIAE] : N seia; (tutelary goddess of grain at time of sowing);

[SEIPS] : PRON he himself, she herself, it itself; they themselves (pl.);

[SEIPSE, SEIPSA, SEIPSUM] : PRON he himself, she herself, it itself; they themselves (pl.);

[SEIUGATUS, SEIUGATA, SEIUGATUM] : ADJ separated;

[SEIUGIS, SEIUGIS] : N chariot drawn by six horses;

[SEIUNCTIM] : ADV separately;

[SEIUS, SEI] : N seius; (roman gens name); (m. seius => ally of caesar); fictitious name in law;

[SEIUS, SEIA, SEIUM] : ADJ seius; (roman gens); (m. seius => supporter of caesar); fictitious name in law;

[SEJUNGO, SEJUNGERE, SEJUNXI, SEJUNCTUS] : V separate; exclude;

[SELECTIO, SELECTIONIS] : N choosing out, selection;

[SELEGO, SELEGERE, SELEGI, SELECTUS] : V select, choose, pick out; weed out;

[SELIBRA, SELIBRAE] : N half-pound;

[SELIGO, SELIGERE, SELEGI, SELECTUS] : V select, choose, pick out; weed out;

[SELINOFILLON] : maidenhair

[SELINUS] : = selinon parsley A. Souter p.371

[SELLA, SELLAE] : N seat, chair;

[SELLISTERNIUM, SELLISTERNII] : N religious banquets (pl.) in honor of goddesses;

[SELLULA, SELLULAE] : N little chair;

[SELLULARIUS, SELLULARIA, SELLULARIUM] : ADJ sedentary worker;

[SEM] : prefix meaning half-.

[SEME] : curly dock A. Souter p.371

[SEMEITICA, SEMEITICAE] : N family of semei/shimi; (son of gerson, grandson of levi);

[SEMEL] : a single time, for the first time, even once, once, ever.

[SEMEL] : NUM once, at some time; on one occasion;

[SEMEL] : once

[SEMEN, SEMINIS] : N seed;

[SEMEN] : seed, kin.

[SEMEN-INIS] : seed, kin

[SEMENSTRIS, SEMENSTRIS, SEMENSTRE] : ADJ half-yearly; of six months' duration;

[SEMENTIFER, SEMENTIFERA, SEMENTIFERUM] : ADJ seed-bearing, fruitful;

[SEMENTIS, SEMENTIS] : N sowing, planting;

[SEMENTIVUM, SEMENTIVI] : N crops (pl.) sown in normal sowing time (for romans late autumn);

[SEMENTIVUS, SEMENTIVA, SEMENTIVUM] : ADJ of sowing/seed-time; (feriae ~=> festival after sowing); (pirum ~=> late pear);

[SEMERMIS, SEMERMIS, SEMERME] : ADJ half-armed; badly equiped;

[SEMERMUS, SEMERMA, SEMERMUM] : ADJ half-armed; badly equiped;

[SEMESTRIS, SEMESTRIS, SEMESTRE] : ADJ half-yearly; of six months' duration;

[SEMESTRIS] : six months.

[SEMESUS, SEMESA, SEMESUM] : ADJ half-eaten;

[SEMETIPS] : PRON he himself, she herself, it itself; they themselves (pl.); (intensive);

[SEMETIPSE, SEMETIPSA, SEMETIPSUM] : PRON he himself, she herself, it itself; they themselves (pl.); (intensive);

[SEMIADAPERTUS, SEMIADAPERTA, SEMIADAPERTUM] : ADJ half-open;

[SEMIANIMIS, SEMIANIMIS, SEMIANIME] : ADJ half-alive;

[SEMIANIMUS, SEMIANIMA, SEMIANIMUM] : ADJ half-alive;

[SEMIAPERTUS, SEMIAPERTA, SEMIAPERTUM] : ADJ half-open;

[SEMIBOS, SEMIBOVIS] : N half-bull (i.e. the minotaur);

[SEMICAPER, SEMICAPRIS] : N half-goat (pan);

[SEMICINCTIUM, SEMICINCTII] : N narrow girdle; semi-girdle (l+s); narrow apron;

[SEMICINTIUM, SEMICINTII] : N narrow girdle; semi-girdle (l+s); narrow apron;

[SEMICREMATUS, SEMICREMATA, SEMICREMATUM] : ADJ half-burned;

[SEMICREMUS, SEMICREMA, SEMICREMUM] : ADJ half-burned;

[SEMICUBITALIS, SEMICUBITALIS, SEMICUBITALE] : ADJ half a cubit long;

[SEMIDEUS, SEMIDEA, SEMIDEUM] : ADJ half-divine;

[SEMIDEUS, SEMIDEI] : N demigod;

[SEMIDOCTUS, SEMIDOCTA, SEMIDOCTUM] : ADJ half-taught;

[SEMIERMIS, SEMIERMIS, SEMIERME] : ADJ half-armed; badly equiped;

[SEMIERMUS, SEMIERMA, SEMIERMUM] : ADJ half-armed; badly equiped;

[SEMIFACTUS, SEMIFACTA, SEMIFACTUM] : ADJ half-done, half-finished;

[SEMIFER, SEMIFERA, SEMIFERUM] : ADJ half-wild; half-monster;

[SEMIGERMANUS, SEMIGERMANA, SEMIGERMANUM] : ADJ half-german;

[SEMIGRAVIS, SEMIGRAVIS, SEMIGRAVE] : ADJ half-overcome;

[SEMIHIANS, (GEN.), SEMIHIANTIS] : ADJ half-open;

[SEMIHOMO, SEMIHOMINIS] : N half-man, half-human (half monster);

[SEMIHORA, SEMIHORAE] : N half an hour;

[SEMILACER, SEMILACERA, SEMILACERUM] : ADJ half-mangled;

[SEMILIXA, SEMILIXAE] : N half a sutler;

[SEMIMARINUS, SEMIMARINA, SEMIMARINUM] : ADJ half belonging to the sea;

[SEMIMAS, SEMIMARIS] : N half-male; hermaphrodite; unmanned, emasculated;

[SEMINARIUM, SEMINARI(I)] : N seminary;

[SEMINARIUM] : warm-frame, seed-bed.

[SEMINEX, (GEN.), SEMINECIS] : ADJ half-dead;

[SEMINIVERBIUS, SEMINIVERBII] : N babbler; word-sower (rhiems);

[SEMINO, SEMINARE, SEMINAVI, SEMINATUS] : V plant, sow;

[SEMINO] : to plant, breed, produce, give rise to.

[SEMINUDUS, SEMINUDA, SEMINUDUM] : ADJ half-naked;

[SEMIPLENUS, SEMIPLENA, SEMIPLENUM] : ADJ half-full; half-manned (ships), half-strength (military units);

[SEMIPUTATUS, SEMIPUTATA, SEMIPUTATUM] : ADJ half-pruned;

[SEMIREDUCTUS, SEMIREDUCTA, SEMIREDUCTUM] : ADJ half bent back;

[SEMIREFECTUS, SEMIREFECTA, SEMIREFECTUM] : ADJ half-repaired;

[SEMIREFETCUS, SEMIREFETCA, SEMIREFETCUM] : ADJ half-repaired;

[SEMIRUTUS, SEMIRUTA, SEMIRUTUM] : ADJ half-ruined or demolished;

[SEMIS, SEMISSIS] : N half an as; half; half of any unit; 6% per annum (1/2% per month);

[SEMISEPULTUS, SEMISEPULTA, SEMISEPULTUM] : ADJ half-buried;

[SEMISOMNUS, SEMISOMNA, SEMISOMNUM] : ADJ half-asleep, drowsy;

[SEMISOS, SEMISSIS] : N half an as; half; half of any unit; 6% per annum (1/2% per month);

[SEMISUPINUS, SEMISUPINA, SEMISUPINUM] : ADJ half-lying on one's back;

[SEMITA, SEMITAE] : N path;

[SEMITA] : by-way, path, foot-path, track.

[SEMITALIS, SEMITALIS, SEMITALE] : ADJ of the footpaths;

[SEMITARIUS, SEMITARIA, SEMITARIUM] : ADJ of the footpaths;

[SEMIUSTULATUS, SEMIUSTULATA, SEMIUSTULATUM] : ADJ half-burnt;

[SEMIUSTUS, SEMIUSTA, SEMIUSTUM] : ADJ half-burnt, singed;

[SEMIVIR, SEMIVIRA, SEMIVIRUM] : ADJ effeminate;

[SEMIVIR, SEMIVIRI] : N half man;

[SEMIVIVUS, SEMIVIVA, SEMIVIVUM] : ADJ half-alive, almost dead;

[SEMODIUM, SEMODII] : N roman dry measure; (1/2modus, 2 gallons);

[SEMODIUS, SEMODII] : N half a modius;

[SEMOTUS, SEMOTA, SEMOTUM] : ADJ distant, remote;

[SEMOTUS] : distant, isolated, removed.

[SEMOVEO] : to remove, set apart, isolate, separate, set aside.

[SEMPER IDEM. ] : PHRASE Always the same.

[SEMPER] : ADV always;

[SEMPER] : always, ever.

[SEMPITERNA] : eternal.

[SEMPITERNALIS, SEMPITERNALIS, SEMPITERNALE] : ADJ everlasting;

[SEMPITERNALITER] : ADV everlastingly; perpetually;

[SEMPITERNE] : ADV eternally, perpetually, everlastingly, permamently;

[SEMPITERNITAS, SEMPITERNITATIS] : N eternity; endless existence;

[SEMPITERNITAS, SEMPITERNITATIS] : N perpetuity;

[SEMPITERNO] : ADV eternally, perpetually, everlastingly, permamently;

[SEMPITERNUS, SEMPITERNA, SEMPITERNUM] : ADJ everlasting; perputal, continual, eternal, imperishable; (in ~um

[SEMPITERNUS, SEMPITERNA, SEMPITERNUM] : ADJ perpetual, everlasting, permament; lasting forever/for the relevant period;

[SEMUNCIA, SEMUNCIAE] : N twenty-fourth part (of a pound, etc); a minimal amount;

[SEMUNCIARIUS, SEMUNCIARIA, SEMUNCIARIUM] : ADJ of the fraction 1/24;

[SEMUSTULATUS, SEMUSTULATA, SEMUSTULATUM] : ADJ half-burnt;

[SEMUSTUS, SEMUSTA, SEMUSTUM] : ADJ half-burnt, singed;

[SEN, UNDECLINED] : N sin, shin; (21st letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as s and sh);

[SENACULUM, SENACULI] : N an open space in the forum, used by the senate;

[SENARIUS, SENARIA, SENARIUM] : ADJ composed of six in a group;

[SENATOR, SENATORIS] : N senator;

[SENATORIUS, SENATORIA, SENATORIUM] : ADJ of a senator,senatorial;

[SENATUS, SENATUS] : N senate;

[SENATUSCONSULTUM, SENATUSCONSULTI] : N decree of the senate;

[SENATUSCONSULTUS, SENATUSCONSULTUS] : N decree of the senate;

[SENECTA, SENECTAE] : N old age; old men collectively; shed snake skin;

[SENECTUS, SENECTUTIS] : N old age; old men collectively; shed snake skin;

[SENECTUS] : old age, dotage.

[SENEO, SENERE,] : V be old;

[SENEO] : to be old, aged.

[SENESCO, SENESCERE, SENUI] : V grow old; grow weak, be in a decline; become exhausted;

[SENEX SENIS] : old, aged, old man.

[SENEX, (GEN.), SENIS] : ADJ aged, old;

[SENEX, SENIS] : N old man;

[SENEX] : senis ; old, aged, old man.

[SENILIS, SENILIS, SENILE] : ADJ senile, aged;

[SENILIS] : an old man, aged man.

[SENIOR, SENIOR, SENIUS] : ADJ older, elderly; (comp of senex); (man over 45);

[SENIOR, SENIORIS] : N older/elderly man, senior; (in rome a man over 45);

[SENIOR] : lord, elder.

[SENIPES] : steed.

[SENIUM, SENI(I)] : N condition of old age; melancholy, gloom;

[SENIUM] : gloom, melancholy.

[SENIUM] : old age, dotage/ decay, decline, deterioration.

[SENONES, SENONIS] : N senones; tribe of central gaul (seine valley);

[SENSA] : thoughts, teachings.

[SENSATUS, SENSATA, SENSATUM] : ADJ intelligent;

[SENSIBILIS, SENSIBILIS, SENSIBILE] : ADJ perceptible, sensible; detectable/knowable by senses; capable of sensation;

[SENSICULUS, SENSICULI] : N little sentence;

[SENSIFER, SENSIFERA, SENSIFERUM] : ADJ producing sensation;

[SENSILIS] : sensitive.

[SENSIM] : ADV slowly, gradually, cautiously;

[SENSIM] : slowly, bit by bit, gradually, by degrees.

[SENSITIVUS, SENSITIVA, SENSITIVUM] : ADJ sensitive, detectable/knowing through the senses, perceiving;

[SENSUALIS, SENSUALIS, SENSUALE] : ADJ sensual; desiring sensually; belonging to sensual desire;

[SENSUALITAS, SENSUALITATIS] : N sensuality;

[SENSUS, SENSUS] : N feeling, sense;

[SENSUS] : feeling, sense.

[SENSUS] : feeling, sense, understanding.

[SENTENTIA, SENTENTIAE] : N opinion, feeling; sentence, thought; vote;

[SENTENTIA] : opinion, thought, way of thinking, meaning, purpose.

[SENTENTIA] : sentiment, opinion, decision, saying.

[SENTENTIOLA, SENTENTIOLAE] : N short sentence, maxim, aphorism;

[SENTENTIOSUS, SENTENTIOSA, SENTENTIOSUM] : ADJ pithy, sententious>; adv. sententiose.

[SENTENTIOSUS] : sententious.

[SENTICETUM, SENTICETI] : N thorn-brake;

[SENTINA, SENTINAE] : N bilgewater; scum or dregs of society;

[SENTINA] : dregs, rabble.

[SENTIO, SENTIRE, SENSI, SENSUS] : V perceive, feel, experience; think, realize, see, understand;

[SENTIO] : feel, perceive, experience, hold an opinion,

[SENTIO] : to feel, judge, suppose, vote.

[SENTIO] : to judge, suppose, vote.

[SENTIO] : to perceive, experience, hold an opinion,.

[SENTIS, SENTIS] : N thorn, briar;

[SENTISCO, SENTISCERE,] : V to begin to perceive;

[SENTUS, SENTA, SENTUM] : ADJ rough, rugged, uneven;

[SENTUS] : neglected, dilapidated.

[SENUS, SENA, SENUM] : ADJ six each (pl.);

[SEORSUM] : ADV separately, apart from the rest;

[SEORSUM] : apart, separately.

[SEORSUS] : ADV separately, apart from the rest;

[SEPAR, (GEN.), SEPARIS] : ADJ separate, distinct;

[SEPARATIM] : ADV apart, separately;

[SEPARATIO, SEPARATIONIS] : N separation; division; severing;

[SEPARO, SEPARARE, SEPARAVI, SEPARATUS] : V divide, distinguish; separate;

[SEPELEO, SEPELERE, SEPELEVI, SEPELETUS] : V bury/inter; (roman cremate + inter ashes); submerge, overcome; suppress; ruin;

[SEPELIO, SEPELIRE, SEPELIVI, SEPULTUS] : V bury/inter; (roman cremate + inter ashes); submerge, overcome; suppress; ruin;

[SEPELIO] : to ruin, destroy/ inter, bury.

[SEPELIO] : to ruin, destroy, bury.

[SEPELO, SEPELERE, SEPELI, SEPELITUS] : V bury/inter; (roman cremate + inter ashes); submerge, overcome; suppress; ruin;

[SEPES] : fence.

[SEPIA, SEPIAE] : N cuttlefish; the secretion of a cuttlefish used as ink, ink;

[SEPIO, SEPIRE, SEPIVI, SEPITUS] : V surround/envelop/enfold/encircle; clothe/cover/protect; close/seal off; shut in;

[SEPIO, SEPIRE, SEPIVI, SEPITUS] : V hedge/fence in, surround (w/hedge/wall/fence/barrier/troops); enclose; confine;

[SEPIO, SEPIRE, SEPSI, SEPTUS] : V surround/envelop/enfold/encircle; clothe/cover/protect; close/seal off; shut in;

[SEPIO, SEPIRE, SEPSI, SEPTUS] : V hedge/fence in, surround (w/hedge/wall/fence/barrier/troops); enclose; confine;

[SEPLASIUM, SEPLASI(I)] : N perfume; seplasian unguent;

[SEPONO, SEPONERE, SEPOSUI, SEPOSITUS] : V put away from one; disregard; isolate; reserve;

[SEPONO] : sequester, banish.

[SEPOSITA] : distant.

[SEPT, UNDECLINED] : ADJ september (month) (mensis understood); abbr. sept.;

[SEPTEM, SEPTIMUS -A -UM, SEPTENI -AE -A, SEPTIE(N)S] : NUM seven;

[SEPTEM] : NUM seven;

[SEPTEM] : seven.

[SEPTEMBER, SEPTEMBRA, SEPTEMBRUM] : ADJ september (month) (mensis understood); abbr. sept.; of/pertaining to september;

[SEPTEMDECIM] : NUM seventeen;

[SEPTEMFLUUS, SEPTEMFLUA, SEPTEMFLUUM] : ADJ that flows in seven streams ("seven-flowing mouth of the nile");

[SEPTEMGEMINUS, SEPTEMGEMINA, SEPTEMGEMINUM] : ADJ sevenfold;

[SEPTEMPLEX, (GEN.), SEPTEMPLICIS] : ADJ sevenfold; of/having seven (layers/mouths, shield w/7 layers, river w/7 mouths);

[SEPTEMPLICTER] : ADV sevenfold; seven times; in a sevenfold manner;

[SEPTEMTRIO, SEPTEMTRIONIS] : N great/little bear (s./pl.); north, north regions/wind; brooch w/7 stones;

[SEPTEMTRIONAL, SEPTEMTRIONALIS] : N northern part of a country/region, the north;

[SEPTEMTRIONALIS, SEPTEMTRIONALIS, SEPTEMTRIONALE] : ADJ northern; in northern hemisphere (constellations); north (sea);

[SEPTEMTRIONARIUS, SEPTEMTRIONARIA, SEPTEMTRIONARIUM] : ADJ northern; northerly;

[SEPTENARIUS, SEPTENARIA, SEPTENARIUM] : ADJ containing seven;

[SEPTENDECIM] : NUM seventeen;

[SEPTENTRIO, SEPTENTRIONIS] : N great/little bear (s./pl.); north, north regions/wind; brooch w/7 stones;

[SEPTENTRIONAL, SEPTENTRIONALIS] : N northern part of a country/region, the north;

[SEPTENTRIONALIS, SEPTENTRIONALIS, SEPTENTRIONALE] : ADJ northern; in northern hemisphere (constellations); north (sea);

[SEPTENTRIONARIUS, SEPTENTRIONARIA, SEPTENTRIONARIUM] : ADJ northern; northerly;

[SEPTICOLLIS, SEPTICOLLIS, SEPTICOLLE] : ADJ seven hilled;

[SEPTIES] : ADV seven times;

[SEPTIFARIUS, SEPTIFARIA, SEPTIFARIUM] : ADJ having seven parts;

[SEPTIFORIS, SEPTIFORIS, SEPTIFORE] : ADJ with seven holes;

[SEPTIFORMIS, SEPTIFORMIS, SEPTIFORME] : ADJ sevenfold;

[SEPTIFORMUS] : sevenfold.

[SEPTIGRANIA] : = lathryis caper-spurge A. Souter p. 374

[SEPTIMANUS, SEPTIMANI] : N soldiers (pl.) of the seventh l

[SEPTIMANUS, SEPTIMANA, SEPTIMANUM] : ADJ of the seventh;

[SEPTIMPLEX, (GEN.), SEPTIMPLICIS] : ADJ sevenfold; of/having seven (layers/mouths, shield w/7 layers, river w/7 mouths);

[SEPTIMPLICTER] : ADV sevenfold; seven times; in a sevenfold manner;

[SEPTINGENT] : NUM seven hundred;

[SEPTINGENTENSIM] : NUM seven hundredth;

[SEPTINGENTENSIMUS, SEPTINGENTENSIMA, SEPTINGENTENSIMUM] : NUM seven hundredth;

[SEPTINGENTENSUM] : NUM seven hundredth;

[SEPTINGENTENSUMUS, SEPTINGENTENSUMA, SEPTINGENTENSUMUM] : NUM seven hundredth;

[SEPTINGENTI -AE -A, SEPTINGENTESIMUS -A -UM, SEPTINGENI -AE -A, SEPTINGENTIE(N)S] : NUM seven hundred;

[SEPTUAGENSIM] : NUM seventieth;

[SEPTUAGENSIMUS, SEPTUAGENSIMA, SEPTUAGENSIMUM] : NUM seventieth;

[SEPTUAGENSUM] : NUM seventieth;

[SEPTUAGENSUMUS, SEPTUAGENSUMA, SEPTUAGENSUMUM] : NUM seventieth;

[SEPTUAGINTA, SEPTUAGESIMUS -A -UM, SEPTUAGENI -AE -A, SEPTUAGIE(N)S] : NUM seventy;

[SEPTUAGINTA] : NUM seventy;

[SEPTUENNIS, SEPTUENNIS, SEPTUENNE] : ADJ of seven years;

[SEPTUM] : NUM seven;

[SEPTUMUS, SEPTUMA, SEPTUMUM] : NUM seven;

[SEPTUNX, SEPTUNCIS] : N seven-twelfths;

[SEPTUPLUM, SEPTUPLI] : N septuple; seven times as much (souter);

[SEPTUPLUM] : ADV in a sevenfold way;

[SEPTUPLUS, SEPTUPLA, SEPTUPLUM] : ADJ sevenfold;

[SEPULCHRUM, SEPULCHRI] : N grave, tomb;

[SEPULCHRUM] : grave, tomb, sepulcher.

[SEPULCRALIS, SEPULCRALIS, SEPULCRALE] : ADJ sepulchral, of the tomb;

[SEPULCRETUM, SEPULCRETI] : N graveyard;

[SEPULCRUM, SEPULCRI] : N grave, tomb;

[SEPULCRUM] : tomb.

[SEPULTURA, SEPULTURAE] : N burial; grave;

[SEPULTURA] : burial.

[SEPULTUS, SEPULTI] : N grave; burial;

[SEPULTUS] : buried, sunk, immersed.

[SEPUTUS] : buried, sunk, immersed.

[SEQUANA, SEQUANAE] : N seine, river in n cen. gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[SEQUANUS, SEQUANA, SEQUANUM] : ADJ of the sequani, tribe in e. gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[SEQUANUS, SEQUANI] : N sequani, tribe in e. gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[SEQUAX, SEQUACIS (GEN.), SEQUACIOR -OR -US, SEQUACISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ that follows closely/eagerly; addicted; pliant/tractable, responsive to control;

[SEQUAX] : following, attending, attendant, pursuing.

[SEQUAX] : following, attending, pursuing.

[SEQUENTIA, SEQUENTIAE] : N sequence;

[SEQUESTER, SEQUESTRIS] : N mediator, go-between;

[SEQUESTRA, SEQUESTRAE] : N female go-between, mediatress;

[SEQUIUS] : ADV otherwise; contrary to what is expected/desired; amiss, unfavorably;

[SEQUOR SEQUI SECUTUS] : to follow, trail.

[SEQUOR, SEQUI, -, SECUTUS SUM] : V follow; escort/attend/accompany; aim at/reach after/strive for/make for/seek;

[SEQUOR, SEQUI, -, SECUTUS SUM] : V support/back/side with; obey, observe; pursue/chase; range/spread over; attain;

[SEQUOR] : to follow, trail.

[SER, ABB.] : N servius, roman praenomen; abbreviated ser.;

[SERA, SERAE] : N bar (for fastening doors); rail of a post and rail fence;

[SERAPH, UNDECLINED] : N seraphim, angels (pl.) of a higher order among the jews;

[SERAPHICUS, SERAPHICA, SERAPHICUM] : ADJ seraphic, of/like a seraphim/angel; epithet of st. francis/bonaventura/teresa;

[SERAPHICUS, SERAPHICI] : N one angel/seraph-like; zealot; franciscan friar (seraphic father=st. francis);

[SERAPHIM, UNDECLINED] : N seraphim, angels (pl.) of a higher order among the jews;

[SERAPHIN, UNDECLINED] : N seraphim, angel (sg.) of a higher order among the jews;

[SERAPHINUS, SERAPHINA, SERAPHINUM] : ADJ seraphic, of/like a seraphim/angel; epithet of st. francis/bonaventura/teresa;

[SEREN, SERENOS/IS] : N siren; (lured sailors with song); type of drone/solitary bee/wasp);

[SERENITAS, SERENITATIS] : N fine weather; favorable conditions;

[SERENO, SERENARE, SERENAVI, SERENATUS] : V clear up, brighten; lighten;

[SERENO] : to make clear, serene, make calm.

[SERENUM, SERENI] : N fair weather;

[SERENUS, SERENA, SERENUM] : ADJ clear, fair, bright; serene, tranquil; cheerful, glad;

[SERENUS] : serene.

[SERESCO, SERESCERE,] : V grow dry;

[SERIA, SERIAE] : N large earthenware jar;

[SERICARIA, SERICARIAE] : N silk dealer; woman who deals in silk;

[SERICARIUS, SERICARIA, SERICARIUM] : ADJ that deals in silk;

[SERICARIUS, SERICARII] : N silk dealer; one who deals in silk;

[SERICATUS, SERICATA, SERICATUM] : ADJ clothed in silks;

[SERICUS, SERICA, SERICUM] : ADJ silken;

[SERIES, SERIEI] : N row, series, secession, chain, train, sequence, order (gen lacking, no pl.);

[SERIES] : sequence.

[SERIO] : ADV seriously, in earnest;

[SERIO] : seriously.

[SERIUS, SERIA, SERIUM] : ADJ serious, grave;

[SERIUS] : ADV later, too late;

[SERIUS] : serious, grave, solemn.

[SERMO, SERMONIS] : N conversation, discussion; rumor; diction; speech; talk; the word;

[SERMO] : discussion, talk, common talk, conversation, rumor.

[SERMO] : discussion, speech.

[SERMO] : talk, common talk, conversation, rumor.

[SERMOCINARE] : to talk to oneself.

[SERMOCINATIO] : disputation.

[SERMOCINOR, SERMOCINARI, -, SERMOCINATUS SUM] : V to converse, talk, discuss;

[SERMUNCULUS, SERMUNCULI] : N rumor, tittle-tattle;

[SERO, SERERE, SERUI, SERTUS] : V wreath; join, entwine, interweave, bind together; compose; contrive;

[SERO, SERERE, SEVI, SATUS] : V sow, plant; strew, scatter, spread; cultivate; beget, bring forth;

[SERO, SERIUS, SERISSIME] : ADV late, at a late hour, tardily; of a late period; too late (comp);

[SERO] : at a late hour, late.

[SERO] : to beget.

[SERO] : to sow, plant.

[SERO] : to sow, plant. Also, late, at a late hour.

[SEROTINUS, SEROTINA, SEROTINUM] : ADJ late in coming/happening, belated; deferred/later; late to blossom/fruit (tree);

[SERPENS, SERPENTIS] : N serpent, snake;

[SERPENTIGENA, SERPENTIGENAE] : N sprung from a serpent;

[SERPENTIPES, (GEN.), SERPENTIPEDIS] : ADJ snake-footed;

[SERPERASTRUM, SERPERASTRI] : N bandages (pl.) or knee-splints;

[SERPO, SERPERE, SERPSI, SERPTUS] : V crawl; move slowly on, glide; creep on;

[SERPULLUM] : thyme

[SERPYLLUM, SERPYLLI] : N wild thyme;

[SERRA, SERRAE] : N saw;

[SERRACA] : wild lettuce

[SERRACUM, SERRACI] : N kind of wagon;

[SERRATUS, SERRATA, SERRATUM] : ADJ serrated, toothed like a saw;

[SERRATUS, SERRATI] : N coin with notched edges (milled);

[SERRO, SERRARE, SERRAVI, SERRATUS] : V saw; saw up, saw into pieces;

[SERRULA, SERRULAE] : N little saw;

[SERTA, SERTAE] : N garland, wreath, festoon;

[SERTUM, SERTI] : N wreath; chains of flowers (pl.), garlands, festoons;

[SERTUS, SERTA, SERTUM] : ADJ linked, connected;

[SERU] : = servm whey

[SERUM, SERI] : N whey, the watery part of curdled milk; any similar fluid;

[SERUS, SERA -UM, SERIOR -OR -US, ERISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ late; too late; slow, tardy; after the expected/proper time; at a late hour;

[SERVA ME, SERVABO TE. ] : PHRASE Save me and i will save you.

[SERVA, SERVAE] : N slave;

[SERVABILIS, SERVABILIS, SERVABILE] : ADJ capable of being saved;

[SERVANS, SERVANTIS (GEN.), SERVANTIOR -OR -US, SERVANTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ ready to maintain (a law/principle);

[SERVATOR, SERVATORIS] : N watcher, observer; preserver, savior;

[SERVATRIX, SERVATRICIS] : N female preserver, protectress;

[SERVILE VILLICUS] : estate steward.

[SERVILIS, SERVILIS, SERVILE] : ADJ servile, of slaves;

[SERVIO, SERVIRE, SERVIVI, SERVITUS] : V serve; be a slave to; with dat;

[SERVIO] : (+ dat.) to be a slave to, serve.

[SERVITIUM, SERVITI(I)] : N slavery, servitude; slaves; the slave class;

[SERVITIUM] : payment of dues, military service, service.

[SERVITUDO, SERVITUDINIS] : N slavery, servitude;

[SERVITUS, SERVITUTIS] : N slavery; slaves; servitude;

[SERVITUS] : servitude, slavery.

[SERVITUS] : serviude, slavery.

[SERVIUS, SERVI] : N servius, roman praenomen; abbreviated ser.;

[SERVO, SERVARE, ADDITIONAL, FORMS] : V watch over; protect, store, keep, guard, preserve, save;

[SERVO, SERVARE, SERVAVI, SERVATUS] : V watch over; protect, store, keep, guard, preserve, save;

[SERVO] : to preserve, serve, guard.

[SERVO] : to watch over, keep, protect, observe, save, reserve.

[SERVOLUS, SERVOLI] : N young (worthless) slave;

[SERVUS SCANDALI] : quarrelsome servant.

[SERVUS, SERVI] : N slave; servant;

[SERVUS] : servant, slave, serf.

[SERVUS] : slave, serf.

[SESCENARIS, SESCENARIS, SESCENARE] : ADJ year and a half old;

[SESCENARIUS, SESCENARIA, SESCENARIUM] : ADJ consisting of six hundred;

[SESCENT] : NUM six hundred;

[SESCENTENSIM] : NUM six hundredth;

[SESCENTENSIMUS, SESCENTENSIMA, SESCENTENSIMUM] : NUM six hundredth;

[SESCENTENSUM] : NUM six hundredth;

[SESCENTENSUMUS, SESCENTENSUMA, SESCENTENSUMUM] : NUM six hundredth;

[SESCENTI -AE -A, SESCENTESIMUS -A -UM, SESCENI -AE -A, SEXCENTIE(N)S] : NUM six hundred;

[SESE] : himself, herself, itself, =se.

[SESE] : himself, herself, itself, =se

[SESELI, SIL, SILER] : meadow saxifrage, seseli (cultivated) Tordylium officinale (L.)

[SESELIS, SESELIS] : N plant, hartwort;

[SESQUI] : one and a half times.

[SESQUI] : one and a half times

[SESQUIHORA, SESQUIHORAE] : N an hour and a half;

[SESQUIMELLESIMUS] : 1500th

[SESQUIMELLESIMUS] : 1500th.

[SESQUIMODIUS, SESQUIMODII] : N modius and a half; (dry measure, about 3 gallons/12000 cc);

[SESQUIOCTAVUS, SESQUIOCTAVA, SESQUIOCTAVUM] : ADJ containing 9/8 of a thing;

[SESQUIOCTAVUS] : containing nine eighths.

[SESQUIPEDALIS, SESQUIPEDALIS, SESQUIPEDALE] : ADJ of a foot and a half; (of words) a foot and a half long;

[SESQUIPLAGA, SESQUIPLAGAE] : N blow and a half;

[SESQUITERTIA] : one and a third.

[SESQUITERTIUS, SESQUITERTIA, SESQUITERTIUM] : ADJ containing 4/3 of anything;

[SESSIBULUM, SESSIBULI] : N seat, stool, chair;

[SESSILIS, SESSILIS, SESSILE] : ADJ fit for sitting upon;

[SESSIO, SESSIONIS] : N sitting; session;

[SESSIO] : sitting down, loitering, hanging around / chair, seat.

[SESSIO] : sitting down, loitering, hanging around/ chair, seat.

[SESSIUNCULA, SESSIUNCULAE] : N little company or assembly;

[SESSORIUM, SESSORI(I)] : N chair; residence, dwelling, habitation;

[SESTERTI] : NUM two and a half (2 1/2);

[SESTERTIUS, SESTERTI(I)] : N sesterce; (semis-tertius => 2 1/2 assses = small silver coin);

[SESTERTIUS, SESTERTIA, SESTERTIUM] : NUM two and a half (2 1/2);

[SET] : CONJ but, but also; yet; however, but in fact/truth; not to mention; yes but;

[SETA, SETAE] : N hair; (coarse/stiff); bristle; brush; morbid internal growth; fishing-leader;

[SETIUS] : ADV less, worse; (nihilo setius => none the less, nevertheless);

[SETTHIM, UNDECLINED] : N shittim/setim wood, wood of shittah tree/acacia wood; (not the tree); (hebrew);

[SEU] : = et

[SEU] : conj ; or if...,

[SEU] : conj ; or if..,.

[SEU] : CONJ or if; or; (sive ... sive => whether ... or, either ... or);

[SEUBUS, SEUBA, SEUBUM] : ADJ of the seubi, german tribes east of the elbe - in caesar's "gallic war";

[SEUBUS, SEUBI] : N seubi, german tribes centered east of the elbe - in caesar's "gallic war";

[SEVERITAS, SEVERITATIS] : N strictness, severity;

[SEVERITAS] : severity, rigor, sternness, strictness.

[SEVERITER] : harshly.

[SEVERUS, SEVERA -UM, SEVERIOR -OR -US, SEVERISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ stern, strict, severe; grave, austere; weighty, serious; unadorned, plain;

[SEVERUS] : stern, harsh.

[SEVIRATUS, SEVIRATUS] : N sexvirate; the position of a sevir; a member of a board of six men;

[SEVOCO, SEVOCARE, SEVOCAVI, SEVOCATUS] : V call aside; remove; separate;

[SEX, ABB.] : N sextus, roman praenomen; abbreviated sex.;

[SEX, SEXTUS -A -UM, SENI -AE -A, SEXIE(N)S] : NUM six;

[SEX] : NUM six;

[SEXAGENARIUS, SEXAGENARIA, SEXAGENARIUM] : ADJ containing sixty; sixty years old;

[SEXAGENSIM] : NUM sixtieth;

[SEXAGENSIMUS, SEXAGENSIMA, SEXAGENSIMUM] : NUM sixtieth;

[SEXAGENSUM] : NUM sixtieth;

[SEXAGENSUMUS, SEXAGENSUMA, SEXAGENSUMUM] : NUM sixtieth;

[SEXAGINTA, SEXAGESIMUS -A -UM, SEXAGENI -AE -A, SEXAGIE(N)S] : NUM sixty;

[SEXAGINTA] : NUM sixty;

[SEXAGINTA] : sixty.

[SEXANGULUS, SEXANGULA, SEXANGULUM] : ADJ six-cornered, hexagonal;

[SEXENNIS, SEXENNIS, SEXENNE] : ADJ six years old;

[SEXT, UNDECLINED] : ADJ august (month) (mensis understood); abbr. sext.??; renamed to julius in 44 bc;

[SEXTADECIMANUS, SEXTADECIMANI] : N soldiers (pl.) of the 16th legion;

[SEXTANS, SEXTANTIS] : N one-sixth of any unit;

[SEXTARIUM, SEXTARII] : N a sextarius measure (pint); 1/6 congius (liquid); 1/16 modius (dry);

[SEXTARIUS, SEXTARI(I)] : N pint (about); 1/6 congius (liquid); 1/16 modius (dry); cup of that size;

[SEXTILIS, SEXTILIS, SEXTILE] : ADJ august (month) (mensis understood); abbr. sext.??; renamed to julius in 44 bc;

[SEXTIUS, SEXTI] : N sextius; (roman gens name); (quintus ~ -> augustian philosopher);

[SEXTIUS, SEXTIA, SEXTIUM] : ADJ sextius; (roman gens name); (quintus ~ -> augustian philosopher);

[SEXTULA, SEXTULAE] : N 1/72;

[SEXTUS, SEXTI] : N sextus, roman praenomen; abbreviated sex.;

[SEXTUSDECIMUS, SEXTUSDECIMA, SEXTUSDECIMUM] : ADJ sixteenth;

[SEXUS, SEXUS] : N sex;

[SI TACUISSES, PHILOSOPHUS MANISSES. ] : PHRASE If you had kept quiet, you would have remained a philosopher.

[SI VIS AMARI, AMA. ] : PHRASE If you want to be loved, love

[SI] : CONJ if, if only; whether; (quod si => but if) (si quis, quid => if anyone, thing);

[SI] : if.

[SIBAN, UNDECLINED] : N sivan/siban; third month of the jewish ecclesiastical year;

[SIBILO, SIBILARE, SIBILAVI, SIBILATUS] : V hiss; hiss at;

[SIBILUM, SIBILI] : N hissing, whistling; hiss of contempt or disfavor;

[SIBILUS, SIBILA, SIBILUM] : ADJ hissing;

[SIBILUS, SIBILI] : N hissing, whistling; hiss of contempt or disfavor;

[SIBIMET] : to them themselves.

[SIBYLLA, SIBYLLAE] : N prophetess, a sibyl;

[SIBYLLINUS, SIBYLLINA, SIBYLLINUM] : ADJ of or connected with a sibyl, sibylline;

[SIC ITUR AD ASTRA. ] : PHRASE Thus, you go to the stars (i.e. gain reputation)

[SIC TRANSIT GLORIA MUNDI. ] : PHRASE Thus departs the glory of the world.

[SIC VOLO, SIC IUBEO. ] : PHRASE I want this, i order this.

[SIC! ] : PHRASE so!

[SIC] : ADV thus, so; as follows; in another way; in such a way;

[SIC] : so, thus / yes, that is so, that is right.

[SIC] : so, thus/ yes, that is so, that is right.

[sic](adverb) several times

[sic](adverb) several times.

[SICA, SICAE] : N dagger;

[SICARIUS, SICARI(I)] : N murderer, assassin;

[SICCITAS, SICCITATIS] : N dryness; drought; dried up condition;

[SICCO, SICCARE, SICCAVI, SICCATUS] : V dry, drain; exhaust;

[SICCO] : -are, to dry up, out

[SICCO] : -are, to dry up, out.

[SICCUM, SICCI] : N dry land;

[SICCUS, SICCA, SICCUM] : ADJ dry;

[SICCUS] : dry, thirsty/ sober, temperate.

[SICERA, SICERAE] : N kind of spiritous intoxicating drink; fermented liquor, strong drink (souter);

[SICERA, SICERATIS] : N kind of spiritous intoxicating drink; fermented liquor, strong drink (souter);

[SICERAS, SICERAE] : N kind of spiritous intoxicating drink; fermented liquor, strong drink (souter);

[SICILIA, SICILIAE] : N sicily; (large island southwest of italy);

[SICINE] : ADV so? thus?;

[SICLINIUM] : Seclin.

[SICLUS, SICLI] : N shekel; (jewish coin);

[SICUBI] : ADV if anywhere, if at any place;

[SICULA, SICULAE] : N small dagger; penis;

[SICULUS, SICULA, SICULUM] : ADJ sicilian, of/pertaining to sicily (island southwest of italy); cruel; luxurious;

[SICUMQUAM] : CONJ if ever; (si cumquam => if ever);

[SICUNDE] : ADV if from any place or source;

[SICUT] : ADV as, just as; like; in the same way; as if; as it certainly is; as it were;

[SICUT] : as, just as, as it were, (+verb in subj.) just as if.

[SICUT] : CONJ as, just as; like; in the same way; as if; as it certainly is; as it were;

[SICUTI] : ADV as, just as; like; in the same way; as if; as it certainly is; as it were;

[SIDEREUS, SIDEREA, SIDEREUM] : ADJ relating to stars starry; heavenly; star-like;

[SIDEREUS] : heavenly, starry.

[SIDO, SIDERE, SIDI] : V settle; sink down; sit down; run aground;

[SIDUS, SIDERIS] : N star; constellation; tempest (vulgate 4 ezra 15] : 39);

[SIDUS] : constellation, star.

[SIFO, SIFONIS] : N siphon; a fire-engine;

[SIGILLATUS, SIGILLATA, SIGILLATUM] : ADJ adorned with small figures;

[SIGILLUM, SIGILLI] : N statuette; embossed figure, relief; figure woven in tapestry/from signet ring;

[SIGILLUM] : seal, sign.

[SIGMA, SIGMATIS] : N greek letter sigma; a semicircular dining-couch;

[SIGNACULUM, SIGNACULI] : N seal;

[SIGNATOR, SIGNATORIS] : N witness (to a will, etc);

[SIGNIFER, SIGNIFERI] : N standard bearer;

[SIGNIFICANS, SIGNIFICANTIS (GEN.), SIGNIFICANTIOR -OR -US, SIGNIFICANTISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ significant, meaningful; conveying meaning; expressive;

[SIGNIFICANTER, SIGNIFICANTIUS, SIGNIFICANTISSIME] : ADV significantly, meaningfully; so as to convey a clear meaning; distinctively;

[SIGNIFICANTIA, SIGNIFICANTIAE] : N significance; indication; the act of conveying meaning/information;

[SIGNIFICATIO, SIGNIFICATIONIS] : N signal, outward sign; indication, applause; meaning; suggestion, hint;

[SIGNIFICO, SIGNIFICARE, SIGNIFICAVI, SIGNIFICATUS] : V signify, indicate, show;

[SIGNIFIER, SIGNIFIERA, SIGNIFIERUM] : ADJ holding the constellations;

[SIGNIFIER, SIGNIFIERI] : N standard-bearer;

[SIGNO, SIGNARE, SIGNAVI, SIGNATUS] : V mark, stamp, designate, sign; seal;

[SIGNUM, SIGNI] : N indication; seal; sign, proof; signal, standard; image, statue;

[SIGNUM] : seal, indication, sign/ mark/ token.

[SIGNUM] : sign, seal, indication, sign/ mark / token.

[SIGNUM] : signal, miraculous works.

[SILANUS, SILANI] : N fountain;

[SILENS, (GEN.), SILENTIS] : ADJ silent, still;

[SILENS] : silent, still.

[SILENS] : silent, still

[SILENT ENIM LEGES INTER ARMA. ] : PHRASE Laws are silent in times of war.

[SILENTI ETC] : the dead.

[SILENTIUM, SILENTI(I)] : N silence;

[SILENTIUM] : silence, stillness, quiet, repose, obscurity.

[SILEO, SILERE, SILUI] : V be silent, not to speak (about); be quiet; not to function;

[SILEO] : to be still, silent/ (+ acc.) be silent about/ rest.

[SILEO] : to be still, silent/ (+ acc.) be silent about / rest.

[SILER, SILERIS] : N brook-willow;

[SILESCO, SILESCERE, SILUI] : V grow quiet;

[SILEX SILICIS (MED. CILICIS)] : hard stone, sharp, rock, flint.

[SILEX, SILICIS] : N pebble-stone, flint; boulder, stone;

[SILEX] : silicis (med. cilicis) ; hard stone, sharp, rock, flint.

[SILICERNIUM, SILICERNII] : N funeral feast;

[SILIGO, SILIGINIS] : N wheat; wheaten flour;

[SILIGO] : siliginis ; wheat, wheat flour.

[SILIQUA, SILIQUAE] : N pod;

[SILPHION, SILPHII] : N silphion, fennel-like plant cultivated for its gum; (also called laserpicium);

[SILPHIUM, SILPHI(I)] : N silphion, fennel-like plant cultivated for its gum; (also called laserpicium);

[SILPIUM, SILPI(I)] : N silphion, fennel-like plant cultivated for its gum; (also called laserpicium);

[SILUS, SILA, SILUM] : ADJ snub-nosed, pug-nosed;

[SILVA, SILVAE] : N wood, forest (sylvan);

[SILVA] : woods, forest.

[SILVA] : woods, forest, grove.

[SILVANUS, SILVANI] : N gods (pl.)associated with forest and uncultivated land;

[SILVESCO, SILVESCERE,] : V to run wild (of a vine), run to wood;

[SILVESTER, (GEN.), SILVESTRIS] : ADJ wooded, covered with woods; found/situated/living in woodlands; wild, untamed;

[SILVESTRE, SILVESTRIS] : N woodlands (pl.), woods;

[SILVESTRIS, SILVESTRIS, SILVESTRE] : ADJ wooded, covered with woods; found/situated/living in woodlands; wild, untamed;

[SILVICOLA, SILVICOLAE] : N inhabitants of woodlands, sylvan creatures;

[SILVICOLUS, SILVICOLA, SILVICOLUM] : ADJ inhabiting woodlands, sylvan;

[SILVICULTRIX, (GEN.), SILVICULTRICIS] : ADJ inhabiting woods;

[SILVIFRAGUS, SILVIFRAGA, SILVIFRAGUM] : ADJ shattering the woods;

[SILVOSUS, SILVOSA, SILVOSUM] : ADJ well wooded;

[SIMA, SIMAE] : N top moulding of a pediment placed above its cornice; ogee (l+s);

[SIMIA, SIMIAE] : N monkey; ape; (applied to men as term of abuse);

[SIMILA, SIMILAE] : N normal flour produced from triticum; finist wheat flour (l+s);

[SIMILAGINARIUS, SIMILAGINARIA, SIMILAGINARIUM] : ADJ that makes/deals in similago (flour from triticum; finest wheat flour l+s);

[SIMILAGINEUS, SIMILAGINEA, SIMILAGINEUM] : ADJ that makes/deals in similago (flour from triticum; finest wheat flour l+s);

[SIMILAGO, SIMILAGINIS] : N normal flour produced from triticum; finest wheat flour (l+s);

[SIMILIS, SIMILE, SIMILIOR -OR -US, SIMILLIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ like, similar, resembling;

[SIMILIS] : -e like, similar, resembling

[SIMILIS] : like, similar, resembling.

[SIMILIS] : similar, like, resembling.

[SIMILITER] : ADV similarly;

[SIMILITUDO, SIMILITUDINIS] : N likeness, imitation; similarity, resemblance; by-word (plater); parable;

[SIMILITUDO] : likeness, resemblance/ uniformity.

[SIMILO, SIMILARE, SIMILAVI, SIMILATUS] : V imitate, copy; pretend (to have/be); look like; simulate; counterfeit; feint;

[SIMIOLUS, SIMIOLI] : N little ape;

[SIMITU] : ADV together;

[SIMONIA, SIMONIAE] : N simony; buying/selling of a benefice/ecclesiastical position;

[SIMPLEX, (GEN.), SIMPLICIS] : ADJ single; simple, unaffected;

[SIMPLEX] : simple, unaffected.

[SIMPLICITAS, SIMPLICITATIS] : N simplicity, candor;

[SIMPLICITER, SIMPLICIUS, SIMPLICISSIME] : ADV simply/just; w/out complexity; candidly/openly/frankly; innocently; as one item;

[SIMPLIFICATIO, SIMPLIFICATIONIS] : N simplification;

[SIMPLIFICO, SIMPLIFICARE, SIMPLIFICAVI, SIMPLIFICATUS] : V simplify;

[SIMPLUM, SIMPLI] : N simple sum or number;

[SIMPULUM, SIMPULI] : N ladle;

[SIMPUVIUM, SIMPUVII] : N sacrificial bowl;

[SIMUL ATQUE] : as soon as.

[SIMUL] : ADV at the same time; likewise; also; simultaneously; at once;

[SIMUL] : at once, at the same time, together.

[SIMUL] : at the same time; together; likewise

[SIMUL] : together

[SIMUL] : together.

[SIMULA, SIMULAE] : N normal flour produced from triticum; finist wheat flour (l+s);

[SIMULA, SIMULAE] : N normal flour produced from triticum;

[SIMULAC] : ADV as soon as, the moment that;

[SIMULACRUM, SIMULACRI] : N likeness, image, statue;

[SIMULAMEN, SIMULAMINIS] : N imitation, simulation;

[SIMULATGUE] : ADV as soon as, the moment that;

[SIMULATIO, SIMULATIONIS] : N pretense, deceit;

[SIMULATIO] : pretense,.

[SIMULATIO] : pretense,

[SIMULATIO] : shamming.

[SIMULATOR, SIMULATORIS] : N one who copies or imitates; feigner;

[SIMULATOR] : hypocrite.

[SIMULATQUE] : ADV as soon as, the moment that;

[SIMULATUS] : counterfeit.

[SIMULO, SIMULARE, SIMULAVI, SIMULATUS] : V imitate, copy; pretend (to have/be); look like; simulate; counterfeit; feint;

[SIMULO] : to pretend, sham.

[SIMULTAS, SIMULTATIS] : N enmity, rivalry; hatred;

[SIMULTAS] : sham, artifice.

[SIMULUS, SIMULA, SIMULUM] : ADJ flatnosed, snub-nosed;

[SIMUUS, SIMUA, SIMUUM] : ADJ flatnosed, snub-nosed;

[SIN] : but if

[SIN] : CONJ but if; if on the contrary;

[SINAPIS, SINAPIS] : N mustard;

[SINAPIS] : white mustard (Brassica alba); or, black mustard (Brassica nigra, Koch.) Celsus, W. G. Spencer p.493, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[SINCERIS, SINCERIS, SINCERE] : ADJ pure, w/no admixture of foreign material; clear/unclouded; free from fever;

[SINCERITAS, SINCERITATIS] : N integrity, honesty, straightforwardness; soundness, physical wholeness; purity;

[SINCERUS, SINCERA -UM, SINCERIOR -OR -US, SINCERISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ clean, pure, uninjured, whole; sound, genuine, truthful, candid, sincere;

[SINCERUS] : genuine.

[SINCIPUT, SINCIPITIS] : N half/side of a head (as article of food); the smoked cheek of a pig; (brain);

[SINDON, SINDONIS] : N muslin; woven material of fine texture; fine linen (vulgate);

[SINE DIE ] : PHRASE without day

[SINE IRA ET STUDIO. ] : PHRASE Without anger or bias.

[SINE QUA NON ] : PHRASE without which not(i.e. an indispensable condition or qualification)

[SINE] : (+ abl.) without.

[SINE] : PREP ABL without;

[SINGILLATIM] : ADV one by one, singly;

[SINGNLARIS, SINGNLARIS, SINGNLARE] : ADJ single, singular; unusual, remarkable;

[SINGNLARITER] : ADV particularly; exceedingly; singularly; unusually, remarkably;

[SINGUL] : NUM one each/apiece; each one; one at a time; individual/separate/single; several;

[SINGULARIS, SINGULARIS, SINGULARE] : ADJ alone, unique; single, one by one; singular, remarkable;

[SINGULARIS] : alone.

[SINGULARIS] : alone. .

[SINGULARIS] : alone of its kind, solitary/ machless, unique. .

[SINGULARIS] : alone of its kind, solitary / machless, unique.

[SINGULARITER] : ADV separately/singly, one by one; singular (grammar); exceptionally, extremely;

[SINGULI] : one each, one apiece, single, separate.

[SINGULTIM] : ADV stammeringly;

[SINGULTIM] : stammeringly.

[SINGULTO, SINGULTARE, -, SINGULTATUS] : V catch the breath, gasp; hiccup; sob, utter with sobs; gasp out (one's life);

[SINGULTO] : to sob.

[SINGULTUS, SINGULTUS] : N sobbing; convulsive catching of breath;

[SINGULTUS] : sobbing.

[SINGULTUS] : sobbing, gasping, death rattle.

[SINGULUS, SINGULA, SINGULUM] : ADJ apiece (pl.); every; one each/at a time; individual/separate/single; several;

[SINGULUS] : single, separate, one at a time, one each.

[SINISBRORSUS] : ADV to the left;

[SINISBROSUS] : ADV to the left;

[SINISTER, SINISTERA -UM, SINISTERIOR -OR -US, SINISTIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ left, improper,adverse; inauspicious;

[SINISTER, SINISTRA -UM, SINISTRIOR -OR -US, SINISTIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ left, improper,adverse; inauspicious;

[SINISTRA, SINISTRAE] : N left hand;

[SINISTRORSUM] : ADV to the left;

[SINISTRORSUS] : ADV to the left;

[SINISTROSUM] : ADV to the left;

[SINO, SINERE, SIVI, SITUS] : V allow, permit;

[SINO] : allow, suffer, permit, let.

[SINO] : to allow, leave undone.

[SINOPE, SINOPES] : N sinope; (greek colony midway along south shore of euxine/black sea;

[SINOPIS, SINOPIDIS] : N kind of red ochre (pigment, found on sinope on black sea); name for sinuessa;

[SINUM, SINI] : N bowl for serving wine, etc;

[SINUO, SINUARE, SINUAVI, SINUATUS] : V bend into a curve; bend; billow out;

[SINUOSUS, SINUOSA, SINUOSUM] : ADJ characterized by bending, winding; sinuous; full of folds/recesses;

[SINUS, SINI] : N bowl for serving wine, etc;

[SINUS, SINUS] : N curved or bent surface; bending, curve, fold; bosom, lap; bay;

[SINUS] : curve, fold, bend/ pocket, lap/ bay, gulf.

[SINUS] : curve, fold, bend / pocket, lap / bay, gulf / inner feeling, secret heart.

[SINUS] : inner feeling, secret heart.

[SIPARIUM, SIPARII] : N curtain; a drop-scene at a theater;

[SIPHO, SIPHONIS] : N siphon; a fire-engine;

[SIPHUS, SIPHI] : N bowl, goblet, cup; communion cup;

[SIPOAX] : plantain Dacian; p. 379

[SIQUANDO] : ADV if when; at what time; if/when some day; if at any time (assumed probable);

[SIQUIDEM] : CONJ accordingly; if indeed/in fact/it is possible, even supposing; since/in that;

[SIQUIDEM] : CONJ accordingly; if indeed/in fact, if it is possible, even supposing; since/in that;

[SIQUIDEM] : if in fact; if only, if indeed; since indeed, since that

[SIQUIDEM] : since, indeed

[SIQUIDEM] : since, indeed.

[SIREMPS] : ADV like, the same;

[SIREMPSE] : ADV like, the same;

[SIREN, SIRENOS/IS] : N siren; (lured sailors with song); type of drone/solitary bee/wasp);

[SIRENA, SIRENAE] : N siren; (lured sailors with song); type of drone/solitary bee/wasp);

[SIRENEUS, SIRENEA, SIRENEUM] : ADJ siren-, of/belonging to the sirens; (~cantus => siren song);

[SIRENIUS, SIRENIA, SIRENIUM] : ADJ siren-, of/belonging to the sirens; (~cantus => siren song);

[SIRIUS, SIRI(I)] : N greater dog-star, sirius;

[SIRIUS, SIRIA, SIRIUM] : ADJ of the dog-star;

[SIRPEA, SIRPEAE] : N large basket made of bulrushes; basket-work (cas);

[SIRPEA, SIRPEAE] : N basket-work;

[SIRPEUS, SIRPEA, SIRPEUM] : ADJ of rushes;

[SIRPIA, SIRPIAE] : N large basket made of bulrushes; basket-work (cas);

[SIRPICULUS, SIRPICULI] : N basket made of bulrushes, rush basket;

[SIRPICULUS, SIRPICULA, SIRPICULUM] : ADJ used for dealing with bulrushes (of a billhook); of/made of rushes (l+s);

[SIRPO, SIRPARE, SIRPAVI, SIRPATUS] : V plait/make (baskets, etc.) from bulrushes;

[SIRPUS, SIRPI] : N rush, bulrush;

[SIS] : (=si vis) if you wish, are willing, want, prefer.

[SIS] : (=si vis) if you wish, are willing, want, prefer

[SIS] : (2nd person present subjunctive of sum) you may be.

[SISER] : skirret, water parnsip, (Sium sisarum) Celsus, W. G. Spencer p.493, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[SISTO, SISTERE, STITI, STATUS] : V stop, check; cause to stand; set up;

[SISTO] : to check.

[SISTRUM, SISTRI] : N brazen/metal rattle used in the worship of isis;

[SISYMBRIUM, SISYMBRII] : N an aromatic herb, perhaps mint;

[SISYMBRIUM] : bergamot-mint Mentha aquatica (L.)

[SITARCHIA, SITARCHIAE] : N provisions for a journey; bag/receptacle for such provisions, scrip;

[SITARCIA, SITARCIAE] : N provisions for a journey; bag/receptacle for such provisions, scrip;

[SITELLA, SITELLAE] : N an urn for drawing lots;

[SITICULOSUS, SITICULOSA, SITICULOSUM] : ADJ very dry, parched;

[SITIENS, (GEN.), SITIENTIS] : ADJ thirsting, producing thirst, arid, dry, parched, thirsty (for);

[SITIENS] : thirsting for.

[SITIO, SITIRE, SITIVI] : V be thirsty;

[SITIO] : to be thirsty.

[SITIS, SITIS] : N thirst;

[SITIS] : thirst, dryness, drought, eager desire.

[SITTHIM, UNDECLINED] : N shittim/setim wood, wood of shittah tree/acacia wood; (not the tree); (hebrew);

[SITTYBUS, SITTYBI] : N strip of parchment showing the title of a book;

[SITULA, SITULAE] : N jar;

[SITUS, SITA, SITUM] : ADJ laid up, stored; positioned, situated; centered (on);

[SITUS, SITUS] : N situation, position, site; structure; neglect, disuse, stagnation; mould;

[SITUS] : region, idleness, inactivity.

[SIVE SEU] : or if.

[SIVE] : CONJ or if; or; sive ... sive => whether ... or;

[SIVE] : conj, on the one hand, but if, if..or if.

[SIVE] : conj, on the one hand, but if, if...or if.

[SMARAGDACHATES, SMARAGDACHATES, SMARAGDACHATES] : ADJ precious stone (described as a variety of agate);

[SMARAGDINUS, SMARAGDINA, SMARAGDINUM] : ADJ emerald-green;

[SMARAGDITES, SMARAGDITES, SMARAGDITES] : ADJ emerald-like, having the nature of emeralds;

[SMARAGDOS, SMARAGDI] : N green precious stone, emerald; beryl, jasper;

[SMARAGDUS, SMARAGDI] : N green precious stone; emerald; beryl, jasper;

[SMEGMA, SMEGMATIS] : N ointment; cleansing preparation; fine slag from copper melting;

[SMYRNA, SMYRNAE] : N myrrh; smyrna (city on the coast of ionia);

[SMYRNA] : -ae, (fem.);

[SOBRIE] : ADV soberly, temperately; in full possession of faculties, sensibly, calmly;

[SOBRIEFACTUS, SOBRIEFACTA, SOBRIEFACTUM] : ADJ sobered (up); brought to a state of moderation;

[SOBRIETAS, SOBRIETATIS] : N sobriety, freedom from intoxocation; sobriety of habits, staidness;

[SOBRINA, SOBRINAE] : N cousin on the mother's side;

[SOBRINUS, SOBRINI] : N cousin on the mother's side;

[SOBRINUS] : sobrina ; cousin on one's mother's side of the family.

[SOBRIUS, SOBRIA, SOBRIUM] : ADJ sober;

[SOCCULUS, SOCCULI] : N little soccus;

[SOCCUS, SOCCI] : N low-heeled loose-fitting shoe/slipper, worn by greeks/comic actors; comedy;

[SOCER, SOCERI] : N father in law;

[SOCER] : father in law.

[SOCIA, SOCIAE] : N associate/partner (female); companion/partner (in marriage);

[SOCIALIS, SOCIALIS, SOCIALE] : ADJ allied, confederate;

[SOCIETAS, SOCIETATIS] : N joint pursuit/enjoyment/possession; connection, affinity; conjugal union;

[SOCIETAS, SOCIETATIS] : N society; alliance/partnership; trading company; fellowship, communion;

[SOCIETAS] : fellowship.

[SOCIO, SOCIARE, SOCIAVI, SOCIATUS] : V unite, join, ally; share in;

[SOCIUS, SOCI(I)] : N associate, companion; ally;

[SOCIUS] : partner, comrade, associate, ally, fellow.

[SOCIUS] : sharing, associated, allied.

[SOCIUS-I] : m, companion

[SOCIUS-I] : m, companion.

[SOCORDIA, SOCORDIAE] : N sluggishness, torpor, inaction;

[SOCORDITER] : ADV negligently;

[SOCORS, (GEN.), SOCORDIS] : ADJ sluggish, inactive;

[SOCORS] : slothful.

[SOCRATES, SOCRATIS] : N socrates (athenian philosopher 469-399 b.c.);

[SOCRATUS, SOCRATI] : N socrates (athenian philosopher 469-399 b.c.); his disciples/followers (pl.);

[SOCRUS, SOCRUS] : N father-in-law; spouse's grandfather/great grandfather;

[SOCRUS, SOCRUS] : N mother-in-law; spouse's grandmother/great grandmother;

[SOCUS] : plowshare

[SOCUS] : plowshare.

[SODALICIUM, SODALICI(I)] : N close association/partnership; club/society (religious/social/political);

[SODALIS, SODALIS] : N companion, associate, mate, intimate, comrade, crony; accomplice, conspirator;

[SODALITAS, SODALITATIS] : N association (social/politics); religious fraternity; electioneering gang; guild;

[SODALITAS] : fellowship, companionship, secret society.

[SODES] : ADV if you do not mind, please (= si audes);

[SODES] : prithee.

[SOFISTA, SOFISTAE] : N sophist; rhetorician;

[SOFISTES, SOFISTAE] : N sophist; rhetorician;

[SOFISTICE] : ADV sophistically; fallaciously (later); with deceptive subtlety;

[SOFISTICUS, SOFISTICA, SOFISTICUM] : ADJ sophist, of the sophists, sophistical; skilled in words;

[SOL SOLIS] : sun.

[SOL, SOLIS] : N the sun;

[SOLACIOLUM, SOLACIOLI] : N small consolation;

[SOLACIUM, SOLACI(I)] : N consolation for disappointment/deprivation; compensation/idemnification;

[SOLACIUM, SOLACI(I)] : N comfort, solace; relief in sorrow/misfortune; source of confort/consolation;

[SOLACIUM] : help, support, military aid.

[SOLAMEN, SOLAMINIS] : N source of comfort, solace;

[SOLAMEN] : relief.

[SOLANUM] : solanum, what Greeks called 'strychnon'

[SOLARIUM, SOLARI(I)] : N sundial, other timers; sunny part of house, terrace; top of house (vulgate);

[SOLATIUM, SOLATI(I)] : N comfort, solace; relief in sorrow/misfortune; source of confort/consolation;

[SOLATIUM, SOLATI(I)] : N consolation for disappointment/deprivation; compensation/idemnification;

[SOLATOR] : supporter, solacer.

[SOLDURIUS, SOLDURI(I)] : N vassals (pl.), liegemen; retainers;

[SOLEA, SOLEAE] : N sandal;

[SOLEMNIS, SOLEMNIS, SOLEMNE] : ADJ annual; customary; solumn;

[SOLEMNIS] : festive.

[SOLEMNITAS] : festival.

[SOLEO, SOLERE, -, SOLITUS SUM] : V be in the habit of; become accustomed to;

[SOLEO] : to be accustomed, be used to.

[SOLEO] : to to be wont.

[SOLERS] : ingenious, adroit, skilled, ready, well-disposed.

[SOLIDITAT, SOLIDITATIS] : N solidity, freedom from cavities; density/firmness of texture, solidity;

[SOLIDO, SOLIDARE, SOLIDAVI, SOLIDATUS] : V make solid/whole/dense/firm/crack free; strengthen, consolidate; solder; knit;

[SOLIDUM, SOLIDI] : N solid figure; firm/hard material; firm/solid/unyielding ground; a whole;

[SOLIDUS, SOLIDA -UM, SOLIDIOR -OR -US, SOLIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ solid; same material throughout, unalloyed; not hollow; dense; unbroken/whole;

[SOLIDUS, SOLIDA -UM, SOLIDIOR -OR -US, SOLIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ three dimensional; retaining form/rigidity, firm; real, lasting; perfect; full;

[SOLIDUS, SOLIDI] : N gold coin; (aurus introduced by constantine);

[SOLIDUS] : whole, safe.

[SOLIFERREUM, SOLIFERREI] : N javelin entirely of iron;

[SOLIO] : ? Herimann, cap. 28.

[SOLITARIA, SOLITARIAE] : N hermit/anchorite (female); individual drink?; (as opposed to common/loving cup);

[SOLITARIUS, SOLITARIA, SOLITARIUM] : ADJ solitary, living/acting on one's own; single (combat); without companion; sole;

[SOLITARIUS, SOLITARII] : N hermit; anchorite; person living alone;

[SOLITAS] : lonliness, solitude, being alone.

[SOLITO, SOLITARE, SOLITAVI, SOLITATUS] : V to make it one's constant habit to (w/inf); make a practice of; be accustomed;

[SOLITO] : to be accustomed to, have the habit of, make a practice of.

[SOLITO] : to be accustomed, to have the habit of, the make a practice of.

[SOLITUDINEM FECERUNT, PACEM APPELUNT. ] : PHRASE They made a desert and called it peace.

[SOLITUDO, SOLITUDINIS] : N solitude, loneliness; deprivation; wilderness;

[SOLITUDO] : desert, isolation,loneliness, solitude.

[SOLITUDO] : solitudinis ; loneliness, solitude.

[SOLITUS, SOLITA, SOLITUM] : ADJ usual, customary;

[SOLITUS] : accustomed, usual, habitual, ordinary, customary.

[SOLIUM, SOLI(I)] : N throne, seat;

[SOLIUM] : chair of state, throne / bath-tub.

[SOLIUM] : chair of state, throne/ bath-tub.

[SOLIVAGUS, SOLIVAGA, SOLIVAGUM] : ADJ wandering alone; solitary, lonely;

[SOLLEMNIS, SOLLEMNIS, SOLLEMNE] : ADJ solemn, sacred; appointed; joyful;

[SOLLEMNITAS, SOLLEMNITATIS] : N solemnity; ritual/solemn observance; necessary formality (legal);

[SOLLEMNITER] : ADV solemnly; with due ritual/ceremony; with proper formalities (legal);

[SOLLEMNITUS] : ADV solemnly; with due ritual/ceremony; with proper formalities (legal);

[SOLLERS, SOLLERTIS (GEN.), SOLLERTIOR -OR -US, SOLLERTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ clever, dexterous, adroit, expert, skilled, ingenious, accomplished;

[SOLLERS] : clever, skillful.

[SOLLERTIA, SOLLERTIAE] : N skill, cleverness; resourcefulness;

[SOLLERTIA] : ingenuity.

[SOLLICITATIO, SOLLICITATIONIS] : N incitement to disloyalty or crime;

[SOLLICITE, SOLLICITIUS, SOLLICITISSIME] : ADV anxiously; with a troubled mind; with anxious care;

[SOLLICITE] : anxiously, worriedly.

[SOLLICITO, SOLLICITARE, SOLLICITAVI, SOLLICITATUS] : V disturb, worry; stir up, arouse, agitate, incite;

[SOLLICITO] : to concern oneself about the future or about others.

[SOLLICITO] : to stir up, incite, arouse.

[SOLLICITUDO, SOLLICITUDINIS] : N anxiety, concern, solicitude;

[SOLLICITUDO] : concern, anxiety, solicitude, worry.

[SOLLICITUDO] : concern, solicitude, worry.

[SOLLICITUDO] : uneasiness, anxiety, disquiet, apprehension.

[SOLLICITUS, SOLLICITA, SOLLICITUM] : ADJ concerned, worried; upset, troubled, disturbed, anxious, apprehensive;

[SOLLICITUS] : troubled, anxious, concerned, worried.

[SOLLICITUS] : uneasy, worried, anxious, restless, agitated.

[SOLOECISMUS, SOLOECISMI] : N mistake in grammar, solecism;

[SOLOECUS, SOLOECA, SOLOECUM] : ADJ faulty; uncouth; (erasmus);

[SOLOR, SOLARI, -, SOLATUS SUM] : V solace, console, comfort; soothe, ease, lighten, relieve, assuage, mitigate;

[SOLOR] : solace, support.

[SOLSTITIALIS, SOLSTITIALIS, SOLSTITIALE] : ADJ of or belonging to the summer solstice;

[SOLSTITIUM, SOLSTITI(I)] : N solstice; summer-time, heat of the summer-solstice;

[SOLUM, SOLI] : N bottom, ground, floor; soil, land;

[SOLUM] : (adv) alone, only.

[SOLUM] : ADV only/just/mearly/barely/alone;

[SOLUM] : land, country, soil, ground/ bottom, floor, foundation.

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

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

[SOLUMMODO] : ADV only/just/mearly/barely/alone; (nonsolum ...sed etiam => not only ...but also);

[SOLUS, SOLA, SOLUM (GEN -IUS)] : ADJ only, single; lonely; alone, having no companion/friend/protector; unique;

[SOLUS] : alone, only, the only.

[SOLUTILIS, SOLUTILIS, SOLUTILE] : ADJ easily broken up; (of structures);

[SOLUTIO, SOLUTIONIS] : N loosing, relaxation, weakening; payment;

[SOLUTIO] : loosening / payment / solution / explanation.

[SOLUTIO] : loosening/ payment/ solution/ explanation.

[SOLUTUS, SOLUTA -UM, SOLUTIOR -OR -US, SOLUTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ unbound, released; free, at large; unrestrained, profligate; lax, careless;

[SOLVO, SOLVERE, SOLVI, SOLUTUS] : V loosen, release, unbind, untie, free; open; set sail; scatter; pay off/back;

[SOLVO] : to loosen, untie, release, free, dissolve, break up.

[SOLVO] : to pay off, discharge someone

[SOMES] : body, remains, corpse, book, treatise.

[SOMNICULOSE] : ADV sleepily, drowsily;

[SOMNICULOSE] : sleepily, drowsily.

[SOMNICULOSE] : sleepily, drowsily

[SOMNICULOSUS, SOMNICULOSA, SOMNICULOSUM] : ADJ sleepy, drowsy;

[SOMNICULOSUS] : sleepy, drowsy.

[SOMNICULOSUS] : sleepy, drowsy

[SOMNIFER, SOMNIFERA, SOMNIFERUM] : ADJ inducing sleep;

[SOMNIFICUS, SOMNIFICA, SOMNIFICUM] : ADJ inducing sleep;

[SOMNIO, SOMNIARE, SOMNIAVI, SOMNIATUS] : V dream; dream of or see in a dream;

[SOMNIO] : to dream /(+ acc.) to dream of, imagine foolishly.

[SOMNIO] : to dream /+ acc.to imagine foolishly

[SOMNIO] : to dream/ + acc.to imagine foolishly.

[SOMNIO] : to dream/ (+ acc.) to dream of, imagine foolishly.

[SOMNIUM, SOMNI(I)] : N dream, vision; fantasy, day-dream;

[SOMNIUM] : a dream, fancy / foolish nonesense

[SOMNIUM] : a dream, fancy/ foolish nonesense.

[SOMNIUM] : dream, fancy, day-dream/ foolishness, nonsense.

[SOMNIUM] : dream, fancy, day-dream / foolishness, nonsense.

[SOMNUS, SOMNI] : N sleep;

[SOMNUS] : sleep.

[SONABILIS, SONABILIS, SONABILE] : ADJ noisy, resonant;

[SONIPES, SONIPEDIS] : N horse, steed;

[SONITUS, SONITUS] : N noise, loud sound;

[SONITUS] : noise, sound.

[SONIVIUS, SONIVIA, SONIVIUM] : ADJ sounding;

[SONO, SONARE, SONAVI, SONATUS] : V make a noise/sound; speak/utter, emit sound; be spoken of (as); express/denote;

[SONO, SONARE, SONAVI, SONATUS] : V echo/resound; be heard, sound; be spoken of (as); celebrate in speech;

[SONO, SONERE, SONUI, SONITUS] : V make a noise/sound; speak/utter, emit sound; be spoken of (as); express/denote;

[SONO, SONERE, SONUI, SONITUS] : V echo/resound; be heard, sound; be spoken of (as); celebrate in speech;

[SONO] : to cry out, utter.

[SONO] : to make a noise / sing / celebrate/ (of words) to mean.

[SONO] : to make a noise/ sing/ celebrate/ (of words) to mean.

[SONOR, SONORIS] : N sound, noise, din;

[SONORUS, SONORA, SONORUM] : ADJ noisy, loud, resounding, sonorous;

[SONS, (GEN.), SONTIS] : ADJ guilty, criminal;

[SONS, SONTIS] : N criminal;

[SONTICUS, SONTICA, SONTICUM] : ADJ important, serious;

[SONUS, SONI] : N noise, sound;

[SOPHIA, SOPHIAE] : N wisdom;

[SOPHISMA] : sophism.

[SOPHISMATA] : falso conclusions, logical fallacies.

[SOPHISTA, SOPHISTAE] : N sophist; rhetorician;

[SOPHISTES, SOPHISTAE] : N sophist; rhetorician;

[SOPHISTICE] : ADV sophistically; fallaciously (later); with deceptive subtlety;

[SOPHISTICUS, SOPHISTICA, SOPHISTICUM] : ADJ sophist, of the sophists, sophistical; skilled in words;

[SOPHOS] : ADV bravo! well done!;

[SOPHUS, SOPHI] : N wise man;

[SOPIO, SOPIONIS] : N penis; (perhaps rude);

[SOPIO, SOPIRE, SOPIVI, SOPITUS] : V cause to sleep, render insensible by a blow or sudden shock;

[SOPOEP] : birthwort Aristochia serpentaria (L.)

[SOPOR, SOPORIS] : N deep sleep;

[SOPOR] : deep sleep.

[SOPORIFER, SOPORIFERA, SOPORIFERUM] : ADJ bringing sleep or unconsciousness;

[SOPORO, SOPORARE, SOPORAVI, SOPORATUS] : V rend to sleep, render unconscious, stupefy;

[SOPORO] : to still.

[SOPORUS, SOPORA, SOPORUM] : ADJ that induces sleep;

[SORBEO, SORBERE, SORBUI, SORBITUS] : V drink, absorb;

[SORBILO] : ADV by sipping, drop by drop;

[SORBITIO, SORBITIONIS] : N broth, food prepared in liquid/semi-liquid form; drink/draught/potion (l+s);

[SORBITIUM, SORBITII] : N draught, drink;

[SORBITIUNCULA, SORBITIUNCULAE] : N small draught/dose; posset; portion of food; mess (douay); little cake (kjames);

[SORBUM, SORBI] : N sorb, service-berry;

[SORDEO, SORDERE, SORDUI, SORDITUS] : V be dirty/soiled; seem mean/unworthy/not good enough/common/coarse/vile/ignoble;

[SORDEO] : to be dirty, appear vile.

[SORDES, SORDIS] : N filth, dirt, uncleanness, squalor; meanness, stinginess; humiliation, baseness;

[SORDES] : filth, meanness, stinginess.

[SORDESCO] : to become dirty.

[SORDIDATUS, SORDIDATA, SORDIDATUM] : ADJ shabby, in dirty clothes; meanly dressed;

[SORDIDE, SORDIDIUS, SORDIDISSIME] : ADV meanly, basely; vulgarly, unbecomingly, poorly; stingily; sordidly, squalidly;

[SORDIDULUS, SORDIDULA, SORDIDULUM] : ADJ somewhat dirty or mean;

[SORDIDUS, SORDIDA -UM, SORDIDIOR -OR -US, SORDIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ dirty, unclean, foul, filthy; vulgar, sordid; low, base, mean, paltry; vile;

[SOREX, SORICIS] : N shrew-mouse;

[SOROR, SORORIS] : N sister; (applied also to half sister, sister-in-law, and mistress!);

[SORORICIDA, SORORICIDAE] : N one who murders a sister;

[SORORIUS, SORORI(I)] : N sister's husband, brother-in-law;

[SORORIUS, SORORIA, SORORIUM] : ADJ of or concerning a sister;

[SORS, SORTIS] : N lot, fate; oracular response;

[SORS] : lot, allotment, share, fortune.

[SORTILEGUS, SORTILEGA, SORTILEGUM] : ADJ prophetic, oracular;

[SORTILEGUS, SORTILEGI] : N soothsayer, fortune-teller;

[SORTILEGUS] : soothsayer.

[SORTIOR, SORTIRI, -, SORTITUS SUM] : V cast or draw lots; obtain by lot; appoint by lot; choose;

[SORTITUS, SORTITUS] : N process of lottery;

[SORTITUS] : casting lots, deciding by lot.

[SOSPES, (GEN.), SOSPITIS] : ADJ safe and sound; auspicious;

[SOSPES] : unharmed, safe and sound.

[SOSPITA, SOSPITAE] : N female preserver (cult title of juno at lanuvium);

[SOSPITAS, SOSPITATIS] : N safety; health; welfare;

[SOSPITAS] : health.

[SOSPITO, SOSPITARE, SOSPITAVI, SOSPITATUS] : V preserve, defend;

[SOTER, SOTERIS] : N savior;

[SOTERIUM, SOTERII] : N presents (pl.) given on recovery from sickness;

[SP, ABB.] : N spurius, roman praenomen; abbreviated sp.;

[SPADIX, (GEN.), SPADICIS] : ADJ chestnut-colored;

[SPADO, SPADONIS] : N eunuch;

[SPAERA, SPAERAE] : N globe, sphere, orb, ball; orrery/working model of universe (spheres of planets);

[SPARGO SPARSI SPARSUM] : scatter, strew, spread.

[SPARGO, SPARGERE, SPARSI, SPARSUS] : V scatter, strew, sprinkle; spot;

[SPARGO] : sparsi ; sparsum ; scatter, strew, spread.

[SPARGO] : to

[SPARGO] : to scatter, hurl.

[SPARTUM, SPARTI] : N spanish broom;

[SPARULUS, SPARULI] : N fish, sea-bream;

[SPARUS, SPARI] : N hunting-spear, javelin; a small kind of sea bream;

[SPATHA, SPATHAE] : N flat stirrer; broad-bladed sword; batten for beating woof; splint; palm spathe;

[SPATHULA, SPATHULAE] : N flat piece (wood); (for splint); little palm branch (l+s); leg, broad piece;

[SPATIOR, SPATIARI, -, SPATIATUS SUM] : V take a walk, promenade;

[SPATIOR] : to stoll, walk around, take a walk, amble.

[SPATIOSUS, SPATIOSA, SPATIOSUM] : ADJ spacious, wide, long;

[SPATIOSUS] : ample.

[SPATIUM, SPATI(I)] : N space, distance, room; interval, time, extent;

[SPATIUM] : interval.

[SPATULA, SPATULAE] : N flat piece (wood); (for splint); little palm branch (l+s); leg, broad piece;

[SPATULA, SPATULAE] : N wantonness, sensual indulgence; lewdness (l+s); volupuousness;

[SPATULE, SPATULES] : N wantonness, sensual indulgence; lewdness (l+s); volupuousness;

[SPECIALIS, SPECIALIS, SPECIALE] : ADJ specific, particular, individual, not general, special; derivative, as species;

[SPECIALIS] : secret, confidential / initimate or special friend.

[SPECIALIS] : secret, confidential/ initimate or special friend.

[SPECIALITAS] : special friendship / peculiarity, special quality / speciality.

[SPECIALITAS] : special quality/ speciality.

[SPECIALITAS] : special friendship/ peculiarity.

[SPECIALITER, SPECIALIUS, SPECIALISSIME] : ADV specifically; individually; in particular; according to species;

[SPECIES, SPECIEI] : N sight, appearance, show; splendor, beauty; kind, type;

[SPECIES] : mien, splendor, quality.

[SPECILLUM, SPECILLI] : N surgeon's probe;

[SPECIMEN, SPECIMINIS] : N mark, proof; idea; model;

[SPECIMEN] : ideal.

[SPECIO, SPECERE, SPEXI] : V to look at, see;

[SPECIOSE, SPECIOSIUS, SPECIOSISSIME] : ADV attractively, gracefully; strikingly, impressively; speciously, plausibly;

[SPECIOSUS, SPECIOSA -UM, SPECIOSIOR -OR -US, SPECIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ spectacular/brilliant/impressive/splendid; showy/public; plausible, specious;

[SPECIOSUS, SPECIOSA -UM, SPECIOSIOR -OR -US, SPECIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ beautiful/handsome/good-looking; attractive/appealing; presentable/respectable;

[SPECIOSUS] : beautiful, handsome, imposing / specious plausible.

[SPECIOSUS] : beautiful, handsome, imposing/ specious plausible.

[SPECTABILIS, SPECTABILIS, SPECTABILE] : ADJ able to be seen or looked at; worth looking at;

[SPECTACULUM, SPECTACULI] : N show, spectacle; spectators' seats (pl.);

[SPECTACULUM] : spectacle, show.

[SPECTATOR, SPECTATORIS] : N spectator;

[SPECTATRIX, SPECTATRICIS] : N female observer or watcher;

[SPECTO, SPECTARE, SPECTAVI, SPECTATUS] : V observe, watch, look at, see; test; consider;

[SPECTO] : to behold, regard, await, expect.

[SPECTO] : to look at, watch, see/ aim at, tend towards.

[SPECTRUM, SPECTRI] : N specter, apparition;

[SPECULA, SPECULAE] : N lookout; watch tower; high place; slight hope, glimmer of hope;

[SPECULABUNDUS, SPECULABUNDA, SPECULABUNDUM] : ADJ watching, on the watch;

[SPECULATOR, SPECULATORIS] : N spy, scout;

[SPECULATORIUS, SPECULATORIA, SPECULATORIUM] : ADJ spying, scouting;

[SPECULOR, SPECULARI, -, SPECULATUS SUM] : V watch, observe; spy out; examine, explore;

[SPECULUM, SPECULI] : N mirror, looking glass, reflector; copy, imitation;

[SPECULUM] : mirror.

[SPECUS, SPECUS] : N cave, abyss, chasm; hole, pit; hollow (of any kind); grotto;

[SPECUS] : cave, cavern, grotto, den.

[SPELAEUM, SPELAEI] : N cave, den;

[SPELUNCA, SPELUNCAE] : N cave;

[SPEMQUE METUMQUE INTER DUBIIS. ] : PHRASE Hover between hope and fear.

[SPENSA] : storehouse.

[SPENSA] : storehouse

[SPERA] : (n.pl.) hopes

[SPERA] : (n.pl.) hopes.

[SPERMA] : seed, semen, sperm.

[SPERNO SPREVI SPRETUM] : to scorn, despise, spurn.

[SPERNO, SPERNERE, SPREVI, SPRETUS] : V scorn, despise, spurn;

[SPERNO] : to scorn.

[SPERO, SPERARE, SPERAVI, SPERATUS] : V hope for; trust; look forward to; hope;

[SPERO] : to hope for, hope.

[SPERO] : to hope.

[SPES, SPEI] : N hope, anticipation; expectation (optio ad ~ => junior hoping to make centurion);

[SPES, SPEI] : N spes, goddess of hope, hope personified;

[SPES] : hope.

[SPHAERA, SPHAERAE] : N small ball/globe/sphere;

[SPHAERA, SPHAERAE] : N globe, sphere, orb, ball; orrery/working model of universe (spheres of planets);

[SPHAERISTERIUM, SPHAERISTERII] : N place for playing ball;

[SPHAERULA, SPHAERULAE] : N small ball/sphere;

[SPHERA, SPHERAE] : N small ball/globe/sphere;

[SPHERA, SPHERAE] : N globe, sphere, orb, ball; orrery/working model of universe (spheres of planets);

[SPHERULA, SPHERULAE] : N small ball/sphere;

[SPHINCTER, SPHINCTERIS] : N sphincter, muscle of the anus;

[SPICA, SPICAE] : N ear of corn;

[SPICEUS, SPICEA, SPICEUM] : ADJ consisting of ears of corn;

[SPICIFER, SPICIFERA, SPICIFERUM] : ADJ carrying ears of corn;

[SPICIO, SPICERE, SPIXI] : V to look at, see;

[SPICULUM, SPICULI] : N sting; javelin; arrow; sharp point of a weapon;

[SPICULUM] : arrow.

[SPICULUM] : sharp point, sting, spear, dart.

[SPINA, SPINAE] : N thorn/spine/prickle (plant/animal); spike (asparagus); thorn-bush; blackthorn;

[SPINA, SPINAE] : N spine/backbone/back; circus center wall; fish-bone; difficulties (pl.); cares;

[SPINETUM, SPINETI] : N thicket (of thorn-bushes);

[SPINEUS, SPINEA, SPINEUM] : ADJ thorny, covered with thorns;

[SPINOSUS, SPINOSA, SPINOSUM] : ADJ thorny, prickly; crabbed, difficult;

[SPINTRIA, SPINTRIAE] : N type of male prostitute;

[SPINUS, SPINI] : N thorn-bush; black-=thorn, sloe-tree;

[SPINUS, SPINUS] : N thorn-bush; black-=thorn, sloe-tree;

[SPIRA, SPIRAE] : N coil;

[SPIRACULUM, SPIRACULI] : N air-hole, vent;

[SPIRAMEN, SPIRAMINIS] : N an air-hole; a breath, puff;

[SPIRAMENTUM, SPIRAMENTI] : N breathing-passage;

[SPIRITALIS, SPIRITALIS, SPIRITALE] : ADJ spiritual, of the spirit; of breathing; to wind/air; kind of wind instrument;

[SPIRITALITAS, SPIRITALITATIS] : N spirituality;

[SPIRITALITER] : ADV spiritually;

[SPIRITUALIS, SPIRITUALIS, SPIRITUALE] : ADJ spiritual, of the spirit; of breathing; to wind/air; kind of wind instrument;

[SPIRITUALITAS, SPIRITUALITATIS] : N spirituality;

[SPIRITUALITER] : ADV spiritually;

[SPIRITUS, SPIRITUS] : N breath, breathing, air, soul, life;

[SPIRITUS] : breath, breathing / life / spirit.

[SPIRITUS] : breath, breathing/ life/ spirit.

[SPIRO, SPIRARE, SPIRAVI, SPIRATUS] : V breathe; blow; live; breathe out; exhale; breathe the spirit of;

[SPIRO] : to blow.

[SPISSESCO, SPISSESCERE,] : V become more compact, thicken;

[SPISSO, SPISSARE, SPISSAVI, SPISSATUS] : V thicken, condense;

[SPISSUS, SPISSA, SPISSUM] : ADJ thick, dense, crowded;

[SPLENDENS] : brilliant.

[SPLENDEO, SPLENDERE, SPLENDUI] : V shine/gleam/glitter, be bright/radiant/resplendent (white/color)/distinguished;

[SPLENDEO] : to gleam.

[SPLENDESCO, SPLENDESCERE,] : V become bright, begin to shine; derive luster;

[SPLENDIDUS, SPLENDIDA, SPLENDIDUM] : ADJ splendid, glittering;

[SPLENDIDUS] : splendid, magnificent.

[SPLENDOR, SPLENDORIS] : N brilliance, luster, sheen; magnificence, sumptuousness, grandeur, splendor;

[SPLENIUM, SPLENII] : N an adhesive plaster;

[SPOLIATIO, SPOLIATIONIS] : N robbing, plundering, spoilation;

[SPOLIATIO] : plundering, looting, stripping, robbing.

[SPOLIATOR, SPOLIATORIS] : N one who plunders or despoils;

[SPOLIO, SPOLIARE, SPOLIAVI, SPOLIATUS] : V rob, strip; despoil, plunder; deprive (with abl.);

[SPOLIO] : to strip, plunder, despoil, rob, loot.

[SPOLIO] : to strip, plunder, despoil, rob, loot

[SPOLIUM, SPOLI(I)] : N spoils, booty; skin, hide;

[SPOLIUM] : spoils, plunder, booty.

[SPONDA, SPONDAE] : N bedstead;

[SPONDALERO] : executor of a will.

[SPONDALIUM, SPONDALII] : N sacrificial hymn;

[SPONDEO, SPONDERE, SPOPONDI, SPONSUS] : V promise, give pledge/undertaking/surety; contract to give/take in marriage;

[SPONDEO, SPONDERE, SPEPONDI, SPONSUS] : V promise, give pledge/undertaking/surety; contract to give/take in marriage;

[SPONDEO] : to betroth, promise, pledge.

[SPONDEUS, SPONDEI] : N spondee (metrical foot of 2 long syllables);

[SPONDYLUS, SPONDYLI] : N kind of mussel;

[SPONGEA, SPONGEAE] : N sponge;

[SPONGIA, SPONGIAE] : N sponge; (marine animal/domestic use); puffball; mass of fused iron-ore; pumice;

[SPONS, SPONTIS] : N free will;

[SPONSA, SPONSAE] : N bride; betrothed woman;

[SPONSAL, SPONSALIS] : N betrothal (pl.), espousal; wedding; wedding feast;

[SPONSALIA] : betrothal gift.

[SPONSALIS, SPONSALIS, SPONSALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to a betrothal/engagement;

[SPONSALIUS, SPONSALIORIS] : N betrothal (act/ceremony) (pl.); betrothal/engagement party/banquet;

[SPONSIO, SPONSIONIS] : N solemn promise; wager at law;

[SPONSO, SPONSARE, SPONSAVI, SPONSATUS] : V become betrothed/engaged to marry (a woman); espouse, affiance (l+s);

[SPONSO, SPONSARE, SPONSAVI, SPONSATUS] : V become engages to marry (a woman);

[SPONSOR, SPONSORIS] : N one who guarantees the good faith of another; surety;

[SPONSUS, SPONSI] : N bridegroom; betrothed man;

[SPONTALIS, SPONTALIS, SPONTALE] : ADJ voluntary; self-chosen;

[SPONTALITER] : ADV voluntarily;

[SPONTANEE] : ADV willingly, of one's own will; voluntarily; for one's own sake;

[SPONTANEUS, SPONTANEA, SPONTANEUM] : ADJ of one's own will; voluntary; spontaneous;

[SPONTE] : ADV of one's own will; voluntarily; for one's own sake;

[SPONTE] : willingly, of one's own accord, unaided.

[SPORTA, SPORTAE] : N basket, hamper;

[SPORTELLA, SPORTELLAE] : N little basket;

[SPORTULA, SPORTULAE] : N food or money given by patrons to clients;

[SPQR, ABB.] : N senatus populusque romanus, senate and people of rome; (logo of rome, like usa);

[SPRETOR, SPRETORIS] : N one who despises or scorns;

[SPUMA, SPUMAE] : N foam, froth; slime, scum, spume; hair pomade/dye;

[SPUMESCO, SPUMESCERE,] : V become foamy;

[SPUMEUS, SPUMEA, SPUMEUM] : ADJ foamy, frothy; covered with foam;

[SPUMIFER, SPUMIFERA, SPUMIFERUM] : ADJ foaming;

[SPUMIGER, SPUMIGERA, SPUMIGERUM] : ADJ foaming;

[SPUMO, SPUMARE, SPUMAVI, SPUMATUS] : V foam, froth; be covered in foam; cover with foam;

[SPUMOSUS, SPUMOSA, SPUMOSUM] : ADJ foaming, frothy;

[SPUO, SPUERE, SPUI, SPUTUS] : V spit, spit out;

[SPURCAMEN] : filth.

[SPURCITIA, SPURCITIAE] : N filthiness, dirt;

[SPURCO, SPURCARE, SPURCAVI, SPURCATUS] : V soil, infect; deprave;

[SPURCUS, SPURCA, SPURCUM] : ADJ dirty, foul; morally polluted;

[SPURCUS] : filthy.

[SPURIUM, SPURII] : N female external genitalia; marine animal of similar shape;

[SPURIUS, SPURI] : N spurius, roman praenomen; abbreviated sp.;

[SPURIUS, SPURIA, SPURIUM] : ADJ spurious, false; of illegimate birth;

[SPURIUS, SPURII] : N bastard, son of an unknown father; illegitimate child, spurious child;

[SPUTO, SPUTARE, SPUTAVI, SPUTATUS] : V spit out;

[SPUTUM, SPUTI] : N spittle;

[SQUALEO, SQUALERE, SQUALUI] : V be covered with a rough or scaly layer; be dirty;

[SQUALIDUS, SQUALIDA, SQUALIDUM] : ADJ squalid, filthy;

[SQUALOR, SQUALORIS] : N squalor, filth;

[SQUALOR] : foulness.

[SQUALUS, SQUALI] : N kind of fish;

[SQUAMA, SQUAMAE] : N scale; metal-plate used in the making of scale-armor;

[SQUAMEUS, SQUAMEA, SQUAMEUM] : ADJ scaly;

[SQUAMIGER, SQUAMIGERA, SQUAMIGERUM] : ADJ scaly;

[SQUAMOSUS, SQUAMOSA, SQUAMOSUM] : ADJ scaly;

[SS, ABB.] : N sacred scripture (early church writings except bible), sacrae scripturae (pl.);

[SS, UNDECLINED] : ADJ suprascriptus; entitled; inscribed; (sometimes abbreviated ss.);

[ST. RICHARIUS] : St. Riquier.

[ST] : INTERJ hush! hist!;

[STABILIMENTUM, STABILIMENTI] : N stay, support;

[STABILIO, STABILIRE, STABILIVI, STABILITUS] : V make firm, establish;

[STABILIS, STABILIS, STABILE] : ADJ stable; steadfast;

[STABILIS] : firm, stable, steadfast.

[STABILITAS, STABILITATIS] : N stability, steadiness;

[STABILITAS] : firmness, stability, durability.

[STABILITAS] : steadfastness, firmness, stability, durability.

[STABULAUS] : Stavelot.

[STABULO, STABULARE, STABULAVI, STABULATUS] : V house (domestic animals, poultry, etc); be housed;

[STABULUM, STABULI] : N dwelling/abode/hut; stall/stable/enclosure, herd; inn/hostelry/tavern; brothel;

[STACTA, STACTAE] : N oil of myrrh;

[STACTE, STACTES] : N 1 6 C styrax/storax; (fragrant gum/tree styrax officinalis); (used medically);

[STACTE, STACTES] : N oil of myrrh;

[STADIUM, STADI(I)] : N stade, a greek measure of distance, ~607 feet (near a furlong); race course;

[STAGNEUS, STAGNEA, STAGNEUM] : ADJ made of stagnum (alloy of sliver and lead); (lapis ~ => tin) (douay);

[STAGNO, STAGNARE, STAGNAVI, STAGNATUS] : V form or lie in pools; be under water;

[STAGNUM, STAGNI] : N pool, lake;

[STAGNUM, STAGNI] : N alloy of sliver and lead;

[STAMEN, STAMINIS] : N warp (in the loom); thread (on distaff); thread of life spun by the fates;

[STAMINEUS, STAMINEA, STAMINEUM] : ADJ of or consisting of threads;

[STANNUM, STANNI] : N an alloy of silver and lead;

[STAPHIS, STAPHIDIS] : N stavesacre (delphinium staphisagria);

[STAT MAGNI NOMINIS UMBRA. ] : PHRASE He stands in the shadow of a great name.

[STAT SUA CUIQUE DIES, BREVE ET IRREPARABILE TEMPUS OMNIBUS EST VITAE. ] : PHRASE The day is decided for each and everyone, the lifespan is short and irreplacable for everybody.

[STATARIUS, STATARIA, STATARIUM] : ADJ stationary;

[STATER, STATERIS] : N small silver jewish coin. (value of four drachma);

[STATERA, STATERAE] : N scales;

[STATIM] : ADV at once, immediately;

[STATIM] : firmly, steadfastly, on the spot, at once.

[STATIM] : firmly, steadfastly, on the spot, at once, immediately.

[STATIM] : instantly, immediately.

[STATIO, STATIONIS] : N outpost, picket; station; watch;

[STATIO] : assembly.

[STATIVUS, STATIVA, STATIVUM] : ADJ stationary, permanent;

[STATOR, STATORIS] : N one who establishes or upholds (cult-title of jupiter);

[STATUA, STATUAE] : N statue; image;

[STATUA] : statue, image.

[STATUARIA, STATUARIAE] : N art of sculpture;

[STATUARIUS, STATUARIA, STATUARIUM] : ADJ of statues;

[STATUARIUS, STATUARII] : N statute;

[STATUMEN, STATUMINIS] : N support;

[STATUO, STATUERE, STATUI, STATUTUS] : V set up, establish, set, place, build; decide, think;

[STATUO] : to cause to stand, establish, place, set up.

[STATUO] : to give a ruling, make an arrangment, decide.

[STATUO] : to hold, to establish

[STATUO] : to hold, to establish.

[STATURA, STATURAE] : N height, stature;

[STATUS QUO ] : PHRASE the state in which(i.e. the existing state of affairs)

[STATUS, STATUS] : N position, situation, condition; rank; standing, status;

[STATUS] : stage.

[STATUTUM TEMPUS] : * appointed, established.

[stealthily] approach, submit to.

[STELIO, STELIONIS] : N lizard, gecko; treacherous/deceitful person, "snake";

[STELLA, STELLAE] : N star; planet, heavenly body; point of light in jewel; constellation; star shape;

[STELLA] : star.

[STELLANS, (GEN.), STELLANTIS] : ADJ starry; having the appearance of stars; set/adorned with stars;

[STELLATUS, STELLATA, STELLATUM] : ADJ starry; set with stars; sparkling, glittering; shaped like a star or 'x";

[STELLIFER, STELLIFERA, STELLIFERUM] : ADJ star-bearing, starry;

[STELLIGER, STELLIGERA, STELLIGERUM] : ADJ star-bearing, starry;

[STELLIGER] : starry.

[STELLIO, STELLIONIS] : N lizard, gecko; treacherous/deceitful person, "snake";

[STELLIO, STELLIONIS] : N lizard, gecko;

[STELLO, STELLARE, -, STELLATUS] : V set/furnish/cover with stars/points of light;

[STEMMA, STEMMATIS] : N garland, chaplet; a genealogical tree;

[STEMMA] : garland, pedigree.

[STENTACULUM, STENTACULI] : N prop, support;

[STERCILINIUM, STERCILINII] : N dung heap/hill/pit, manure pile; midden;

[STERCILINUM, STERCILINI] : N dung heap/hill/pit, manure pile; midden;

[STERCOLUM, STERCOLI] : N dung;

[STERCORALIS, STERCORALIS, STERCORALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to excrement, excremental;

[STERCORARIUM, STERCORARII] : N privy;

[STERCORINIS, STERCORINIS, STERCORINE] : ADJ of/pertaining to excrement, excremental;

[STERCORO, STERCORARE, STERCORAVI, STERCORATUS] : V void excerment, defacate;

[STERCULINIUM, STERCULINII] : N dung heap/hill/pit, manure pile; midden;

[STERCULINUM, STERCULINI] : N dung heap/hill/pit, manure pile; midden;

[STERCUS, STERCORIS] : N filth, manure;

[STERILIS, STERILIS, STERILE] : ADJ barren, sterile; fruitless; unprofitable, futile;

[STERILIS] : barren, useless, unproductive, vain/ + gen., deprived of.

[STERILITAS, STERILITATIS] : N barrenness, sterility, inability (female) to reproduce/(land) to produce crops;

[STERNAX, (GEN.), STERNACIS] : ADJ liable to throw its rider (of a horse);

[STERNO, STERNERE, STRAVI, STRATUS] : V spread, strew, scatter; lay out;

[STERNO] : to throw to the ground.

[STERNUMENTUM, STERNUMENTI] : N sneeze; sneezing powder;

[STERNUO, STERNUERE, STERNUI] : V sneeze;

[STERNUTAMENTUM, STERNUTAMENTI] : N attack of sneezing;

[STERNUTATIO, STERNUTATIONIS] : N sneezing; action of violent or repeated sneezing;

[STERNUTO, STERNUTARE, STERNUTAVI, STERNUTATUS] : V sneeze (repeatedly or violently);

[STERQUILINIUM, STERQUILINII] : N dung heap/hill/pit, manure pile; midden;

[STERQUILINUM, STERQUILINI] : N dung heap/hill/pit, manure pile; midden;

[STERTEIA, STERTEIAE] : N snorer, sniveler;

[STERTO, STERTERE, STERTUI] : V snore;

[steti, statum] to stand, stand still, stand firm.

[STIBADIUM, STIBADII] : N semicircular seat;

[STIBI, STIBIS] : N antimony; (used in eye-salve and makeup); stibium/sulphuret of antimony (l+s);

[STIBINUS, STIBINA, STIBINUM] : ADJ antimonial, of antimony; (used in eye-salve and makeup);

[STIBIS, STIBIS] : N antimony; (used in eye-salve and makeup); stibium/sulphuret of antimony (l+s);

[STIBIUM, STIBII] : N antimony; (used in eye-salve and makeup); stibium/sulphuret of antimony (l+s);

[STIGMA, STIGMAE] : N mark hot tattooed on runaway slaves/criminals; reproduction of christ's wounds;

[STIGMA, STIGMATIS] : N mark hot tattooed on runaway slaves/criminals; reproduction of christ's wounds;

[STIGMATIAS, STIGMATIAE] : N branded slave;

[STILIO, STILIONIS] : N lizard, gecko; treacherous/deceitful person, "snake";

[STILLA, STILLAE] : N drop of liquid; viscous drop; drip;

[STILLA] : a drop (of liquid).

[STILLICIDIUM, STILLICIDI(I)] : N fall (of a liquid) in successive drops;

[STILLICIDIUM] : dripping moisture, rainwater from the eaves.

[STILLO, STILLARE, STILLAVI, STILLATUS] : V fall in drops; drip; cause to drip; pour in drops;

[STILUS, STILI] : N stylus, pencil, iron pen; column, pillar;

[STILUS] : a pike, pale/ a stylus for writing/ writing.

[STILUS] : a pike, pale / a stylus for writing / writing.

[STIMMI, STIMMIS] : N antimony; (used in eye-salve and makeup); stibium/sulphuret of antimony (l+s);

[STIMULO, STIMULARE, STIMULAVI, STIMULATUS] : V urge forward with a goad, torment,'sting'; incite, rouse to frenzy;

[STIMULO] : goad.

[STIMULUS, STIMULI] : N spur/goad; trap/spike in earth; prick/sting/cause of torment/torture instrument;

[STIMULUS] : incentive.

[STINGUO, STINGUERE,] : V extinguish, put out; annihilate;

[STIPATIO] : a crowd of attendants, a following.

[STIPATOR, STIPATORIS] : N one of the train surrounding a king; bodyguard, close attendant;

[STIPATOR] : an attendant of a nobleman.

[STIPATORES] : following, retinue, attendants, bodguard.

[STIPENDIARIUS, STIPENDIARIA, STIPENDIARIUM] : ADJ mercenary; paying tribute in the form of cash;

[STIPENDIUM, STIPENDI(I)] : N tribute, stipend; pay, wages; military service;

[STIPES, STIPITIS] : N post, stake;

[STIPES] : log, stump, tree trunk, branch, post, club.

[STIPO, STIPARE, STIPAVI, STIPATUS] : V crowd, press together, compress, surround closely;

[STIPO] : to compress/ to press around, gather around/ attend (a person).

[STIPO] : to compress / to press around, gather around / attend (a person).

[STIPS, STIPIS] : N small offering;

[STIPS] : stipis ; small coin, gift.

[STIPULA, STIPULAE] : N stalk; stubble; straw; reed played on as a pipe;

[STIPULATIO, STIPULATIONIS] : N demanding of guarantee from debtor by formal question; contract created thereby;

[STIPULATIO, STIPULATIONIS] : N promise; bargain; demanding spondesne from debtor -> contract w/answer spondeo;

[STIPULOR, STIPULARI, -, STIPULATUS SUM] : V extract solumn promise/guarantee (oral contract); promise in a stipulatio;

[STIRIA, STIRIAE] : N icicle;

[STIRPS, STIRPIS] : N stock, plant; race, lineage; character;

[STIVA, STIVAE] : N plough handle;

[STLATARIUS, STLATARIA, STLATARIUM] : ADJ brought by the sea; imported; costly;

[STO, STARE, STETI, STATUS] : V stand, stand still, stand firm; remain, rest;

[STO] : steti ; statum ; to stand, stand still, stand firm.

[STO] : to stand one's ground, stand upright.

[STOICUS, STOICA, STOICUM] : ADJ stoic;

[STOLA, STOLAE] : N stola, a roman matron's outer garment;

[STOLIDE] : ADV stupidly, obtusely; brutishly; solidly (physical growth, thickly;

[STOLIDE] : stupidly.

[STOLIDUS, STOLIDA -UM, STOLIDIOR -OR -US, STOLIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ dull, stupid, insensible; brutish; inert (things);

[STOLIDUS] : dull, obtuse, dull-witted, dumb.

[STOLIDUS] : slow of mind, stolid.

[STOMACHOR, STOMACHARI, -, STOMACHATUS SUM] : V be angry, boil with rage;

[STOMACHOSUS, STOMACHOSA, STOMACHOSUM] : ADJ irritable, short tempered;

[STOMACHUS, STOMACHI] : N gullet; stomach; annoyance; ill-temper;

[STORAX, STORACIS] : N styrax/storax; (fragrant gum/tree styrax officinalis); (used medically);

[STOREA, STOREAE] : N matting of rushes;

[STORIA, STORIAE] : N matting of rushes;

[STRABO, STRABONIS] : N squinter;

[STRAGES, STRAGIS] : N overthrow; massacre, slaughter, cutting down; havoc; confused heap;

[STRAGES] : massacre, bloodbath, carnage/ debris.

[STRAGES] : massacre, bloodbath, carnage / debris.

[STRAGULUM, STRAGULI] : N rug, covering; bedspread;

[STRAGULUS, STRAGULA, STRAGULUM] : ADJ covering;

[STRAMEN, STRAMINIS] : N straw for bedding, etc, litter;

[STRAMENTUM, STRAMENTI] : N thatch;

[STRAMINEUS, STRAMINEA, STRAMINEUM] : ADJ made of straw;

[STRANGULO, STRANGULARE, STRANGULAVI, STRANGULATUS] : V strangle/throttle; suffocate/stifle/smother; choke; constrict way; keep close;

[STRANGURIA, STRANGURIAE] : N strangury, painful discharge of urine;

[STRATEGEMA, STRATEGEMATIS] : N piece of generalship, a stratagem;

[STRATIOTICUS, STRATIOTICA, STRATIOTICUM] : ADJ soldierly, military, proper to soldier; w/status/bearing of soldier; eye-salve;

[STRATORIUM, STRATORII] : N bedding (pl.);

[STRATUM, STRATI] : N coverlet; bed, couch; horse-blanket;

[STRENA, STRENAE] : N favorable omen; a new year's gift;

[STRENUE] : actively.

[STRENUITAS, STRENUITATIS] : N strenuous behavior, activity;

[STRENUUS, STRENUA, STRENUUM] : ADJ active, vigorous, strenuous;

[STRENUUS] : brisk, active, vigorous/ turbulent, restive.

[STREPITO, STREPITARE, STREPITAVI, STREPITATUS] : V make a loud or harsh noise;

[STREPITUS, STREPITUS] : N noise, racket; sound; din, crash, uproar;

[STREPITUS] : din.

[STREPO, STREPERE, STREPUI, STREPITUS] : V make a loud noise; shout confusedly; resound;

[STRICTIM] : ADV so as to graze; superficially, slightly, summarily;

[STRICTURA, STRICTURAE] : N hardened mass of iron;

[STRICTUS, STRICTA, STRICTUM] : ADJ tight, close, strait, drawn together;

[STRIDEO, STRIDERE, STRIDI] : V creak, squeek, grate, shriek, whistle; (make shrill sound); hiss; gnash;

[STRIDO, STRIDERE, STRIDI] : V creak, squeek, grate, shriek, whistle; (make shrill sound); hiss; gnash;

[STRIDOR, STRIDORIS] : N hissing, buzzing, rattling, whistling; high-pitched sound;

[STRIDULUS, STRIDULA, STRIDULUM] : ADJ whizzing, hissing;

[STRIGA, STRIGAE] : N evil spirit supposed to howl at night; vampire; hag/witch, who harms children;

[STRIGA, STRIGAE] : N swath, row of grain/hay cut down; lenhthwise furrow; space between squadrons;

[STRIGILIS, STRIGILIS] : N strigil, an instrument used to scrape the skin after the bath;

[STRIGO, STRIGARE, STRIGAVI, STRIGATUS] : V to halt, stop;

[STRIGOSUS, STRIGOSA, STRIGOSUM] : ADJ lean, scraggy;

[STRINGO, STRINGERE, STRINXI, STRICTUS] : V draw tight; draw; graze; strip off;

[STRINGO] : to reduce, inhibit, diminish, narrow.

[STRIX, STRIGIS] : N small nugget;

[STRIX, STRIGIS] : N furrow, channel, grove, flute;

[STRIX, STRIGIS] : N owl/screech owl; (bird of ill omen); vampire/evil spirit sucks children's blood;

[STROPHA, STROPHAE] : N trick, artifice;

[STROPHIUM, STROPHI(I)] : N twisted breast-band; head-band;

[STRUCTILIS, STRUCTILIS, STRUCTILE] : ADJ used in building;

[STRUCTOR, STRUCTORIS] : N builder, carver;

[STRUCTURA, STRUCTURAE] : N building, construction; structure, masonry, concrete;

[STRUES, STRUIS] : N heap, pile; row of sacrificial cakes;

[STRUES] : piles, heaps, masses.

[STRUIX, STRUICIS] : N heap, pile;

[STRUMA, STRUMAE] : N scrofulous tumor;

[STRUMOSUS, STRUMOSA, STRUMOSUM] : ADJ scrofulous;

[STRUO, STRUERE, STRUXI, STRUCTUS] : V build, construct;

[STRUO] : to devise, fit out.

[STRUTHOCAMELINUS, STRUTHOCAMELINA, STRUTHOCAMELINUM] : ADJ of/belonging/pertaining to an ostrich;

[STRUTHOCAMELUS, STRUTHOCAMELI] : N ostrich;

[STRUTIO, STRUTIONIS] : N ostrich;

[STUDEO, STUDERE, STUDUI] : V desire, be eager for; busy oneself with; strive;

[STUDEO] : to be diligent, strive after.

[STUDIO] : (+ dat.) to study, pursue eagerly, be eager for.

[STUDIOSE, STUDIOSIUS, STUDIOSISSIME] : ADV eagerly, zealously, studiously, ardently, earnestly, attentively, assiduously;

[STUDIOSE] : eagerly.

[STUDIOSUS, STUDIOSA -UM, STUDIOSIOR -OR -US, STUDIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ eager, keen, full of zeal; studious; devoted to, fond of;

[STUDIOSUS] : zealous.

[STUDIUM, STUDI(I)] : N eagerness, enthusiasm, zeal, spirit; devotion, pursuit, study;

[STUDIUM] : eagerness, zeal.

[STULTE] : ADV foolishly;

[STULTE] : foolishly.

[STULTILOQUENTIA, STULTILOQUENTIAE] : N silly/foolish/stupid talk; babbling;

[STULTILOQUIUM, STULTILOQUII] : N silly/foolish/stupid talk; babbling;

[STULTITIA, STULTITIAE] : N folly, stupidity;

[STULTUM EST TIMERE QUOD VITARE NON POTES. ] : PHRASE It is foolish to fear what you cannot avoid.

[STULTUS, STULTA, STULTUM] : ADJ foolish, stupid;

[STULTUS, STULTI] : N fool;

[STULTUS] : foolish / a fool.

[STULTUS] : foolish/ a fool.

[STUPEFACIO, STUPEFACERE, STUPEFECI, STUPEFACTUS] : V strike dumb/stun with amazement, stupefy; strike senseless;

[STUPEFACTUS] : stunned.

[STUPENDUM] : astounding.

[STUPEO, STUPERE, STUPUI] : V be astounded;

[STUPEO] : to be astounded.

[STUPIDITAS, STUPIDITATIS] : N dullness, senselessness;

[STUPIDUS, STUPIDA, STUPIDUM] : ADJ senseless, stunned; stupid, dull;

[STUPIDUS] : struck senseless.

[STUPOR, STUPORIS] : N numbness, torpor; stupefaction; stupidity;

[STUPOR] : slowness, apathy, sluggishness/ astonishment.

[STUPPA, STUPPAE] : N tow, coarse flax;

[STUPPEUS, STUPPEA, STUPPEUM] : ADJ of tow;

[STUPRO, STUPRARE, STUPRAVI, STUPRATUS] : V have (illicit) sexual intercourse with;

[STUPRO] : to ravish.

[STUPRUM, STUPRI] : N dishonor, shame; (illicit) sexual intercourse;

[STUPRUM] : debauchery.

[STURAX, STURACIS] : N styrax/storax; (fragrant gum/tree styrax officinalis); (used medically);

[STURNUS, STURNI] : N starling;

[STYLOBATA, STYLOBATAE] : N styolbate, continuous base supporting a row/circle of columns;

[STYLOBATES, STYLOBATAE] : N styolbate, continuous base supporting a row/circle of columns;

[STYLUS, STYLI] : N stylus, pencil, iron pen; column, pillar;

[STYRACA, STYRACAE] : N styrax/storax; (fragrant gum/tree styrax officinalis); (used medically);

[STYRACINUS, STYRACINA, STYRACINUM] : ADJ made from styrax/storax; (fragrant gum/tree styrax officinalis); (medicine);

[STYRAX, STYRACIS] : N styrax/storax; (fragrant gum/tree styrax officinalis); (used medically);

[SUADA, SUADAE] : N persuasion;

[SUADELA, SUADELAE] : N persuasion;

[SUADEO, SUADERE, SUASI, SUASUS] : V urge, recommend; suggest; induce; propose, persuade, advise;

[SUADEO] : to recommend, advise (a person).

[SUADEO] : to recommend, advise (a person)

[SUADUS, SUADA, SUADUM] : ADJ persuasive;

[SUASOR, SUASORIS] : N adviser, counselor;

[SUASORIA] : persuasive discourse.

[SUAVEOLENS, (GEN.), SUAVEOLENTIS] : ADJ sweet-smelling;

[SUAVIDICUS, SUAVIDICA, SUAVIDICUM] : ADJ speaking pleasantly;

[SUAVILOQUENS, (GEN.), SUAVILOQUENTIS] : ADJ speaking agreeably;

[SUAVIOLUM, SUAVIOLI] : N tender kiss;

[SUAVIS, SUAVE, SUAVIOR -OR -US, SUAVISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ agreeable, pleasant, gratifying, sweet; charming, attractive;

[SUAVIS] : agreeable.

[SUAVITAS, SUAVITATIS] : N charm, attractiveness; sweetness;

[SUAVITER] : ADV pleasantly, sweetly;

[SUAVIUM, SUAVI(I)] : N kiss; sweetheart;

[SUB] : (+ acc. or dat.) under, up under, close to, beneath, below.

[SUB] : PREP ABL under, beneath, behind, at the foot of (rest); within; during, about (time);

[SUB] : PREP under; up to, up under, close to (of motion); until, before, up to, about;

[SUBABSURDE] : ADV somewhat absurdly;

[SUBABSURDUS, SUBABSURDA, SUBABSURDUM] : ADJ somewhat absurd;

[SUBACIDUS, SUBACIDA, SUBACIDUM] : ADJ slightly acid;

[SUBACTUS] : subjected.

[SUBADROGANTER] : ADV somewhat arrogantly;

[SUBALARIS, SUBALARIS] : N little wing; (4 ezra 12] : 29);

[SUBAMARUS, SUBAMARA, SUBAMARUM] : ADJ somewhat bitter;

[SUBAUDIO] : hear a little.

[SUBCAESIUS, SUBCAESIA, SUBCAESIUM] : ADJ greyish; (erasmus);

[SUBCINERICIUS, SUBCINERICIA, SUBCINERICIUM] : ADJ prepared/baked under the ashes;

[SUBCRIBO] : subscripsi ; subscriptum ; to write beneath, sign / prosecute, accuse.

[SUBCRIPTIO] : subscription, signature / register.

[SUBDIACONUS, SUBDIACONI] : N subdeacon; cleric of minor orders (second level from top/deacon);

[SUBDIDO] : to subject.

[SUBDITICIUS, SUBDITICIA, SUBDITICIUM] : ADJ substituted, counterfeit; sperious;

[SUBDITIVUS, SUBDITIVA, SUBDITIVUM] : ADJ substituted, counterfeit; sperious;

[SUBDITUS, SUBDITA, SUBDITUM] : ADJ subordinate; submissive;

[SUBDITUS] : subject.

[SUBDO, SUBDERE, SUBDIDI, SUBDITUS] : V place under, apply; supply;

[SUBDO] : subdidi ; subditum ; to subject to.

[SUBDO] : subjugate, subject.

[SUBDOLUS, SUBDOLA, SUBDOLUM] : ADJ sly, deceitful, treacherous;

[SUBDOLUS] : sly.

[SUBDUCO, SUBDUCERE, SUBDUXI, SUBDUCTUS] : V lead up, carry off; transfer; haul;

[SUBDUCO] : to take away by stealth.

[SUBDUCTIO, SUBDUCTIONIS] : N hauling up of a ship onto the beach;

[SUBEDO, SUBEDERE, SUBEDI] : V eat away below;

[SUBEDO, SUBESSE,] : V eat away below;

[SUBEO, SUBIRE, SUBIVI(II), SUBITUS] : V place/be placed under/in support; come up w/aid; assume a form; undergo, endure

[SUBEO, SUBIRE, SUBIVI(II), SUBITUS] : V go/move/pass/sink/extend underneath/into; climb/come/go up, ascend; steal in on;

[SUBEO] : to

[SUBFOCATIO, SUBFOCATIONIS] : N suffocation; choking/stifling/sufocating; (~ mulierum -> hysterical passion);

[SUBFURO, SUBFURARE, -, SUBFURATUS] : V steal unobtrusively; steal away;

[SUBGESTIO, SUBGESTIONIS] : N supplying an answer to one's own question; suggestion, hint (l+s); addition;

[SUBHORRIDUS, SUBHORRIDA, SUBHORRIDUM] : ADJ somewhat rough;

[SUBICIO, SUBICERE, SUBJECI, SUBJECTUS] : V throw under, place under; make subject; expose;

[SUBICIO] : to subordinate.

[SUBIECTO] : to put down, to put under.

[SUBIGO, SUBIGERE, SUBEGI, SUBACTUS] : V conquer, subjugate; compel;

[SUBIGO] : to

[SUBINANIS, SUBINANIS, SUBINANE] : ADJ somewhat vain;

[SUBINDE] : ADV immediately after, thereupon; constantly, repeatedly;

[SUBINFERO] : to add.

[SUBINSULSUS, SUBINSULSA, SUBINSULSUM] : ADJ somewhat insipid;

[SUBINTROEO, SUBINTROIRE, SUBINTROIVI(II), SUBINTROITUS] : V go into, enter;

[SUBINTROO, SUBINTROARE, SUBINTROAVI, SUBINTROATUS] : V go into secretly, enter by stealth;

[SUBIRASCOR, SUBIRASCI, -, SUBIRATUS SUM] : V be rather/somewhat annoyed/angry (at/with);

[SUBIRATUS, SUBIRATA, SUBIRATUM] : ADJ somewhat/rather angry/annoyed/irate;

[SUBITANEUS, SUBITANEA, SUBITANEUM] : ADJ sudden; happening/arising without warning;

[SUBITARIUS, SUBITARIA, SUBITARIUM] : ADJ got together to meet an emergency, hastily enrolled;

[SUBITATIO, SUBITATIONIS] : N suddenness;

[SUBITO] : ADV suddenly, unexpectedly; at once, at shorrt notice, quickly; in no time at all;

[SUBITUS, SUBITA, SUBITUM] : ADJ sudden; rash, unexpected;

[SUBITUS] : sudden, unexpected.

[SUBIUNGO] : to yoke beneath, join, attach, subdue, subjugate.

[SUBJACEO, SUBJACERE, SUBJACUI, SUBJACITUS] : V lie underneath/below/at the foot/edge of/exposed (to); come under heading of;

[SUBJECTIO, SUBJECTIONIS] : N placing below; something placed below; base-plate; fradulent insertion/forging;

[SUBJECTIO, SUBJECTIONIS] : N subjugation, subjection; submission; inferioirity; foundation;

[SUBJECTIO, SUBJECTIONIS] : N appending; appended explaination/suggestion; introduction as a substitute;

[SUBJECTIO] : forgery, falsehood

[SUBJECTIO] : forgery, falsehood.

[SUBJECTO, SUBJECTARE, SUBJECTAVI, SUBJECTATUS] : V throw up from below; apply below;

[SUBJECTUS, SUBJECTA, SUBJECTUM] : ADJ lying near, adjacent;

[SUBJICIO, SUBJICERE, SUBJECI, SUBJECTUS] : V throw under, place under; make subject; expose;

[SUBJUGO, SUBJUGARE, SUBJUGAVI, SUBJUGATUS] : V subjugate, make subject; bring under the yoke (l+s);

[SUBJUNGO, SUBJUNGERE, SUBJUNXI, SUBJUNCTUS] : V join with, unite; subdue, subject;

[SUBJUNGO] : to join, yoke

[SUBJUNGO] : to join, yoke.

[SUBLABOR, SUBLABI, -, SUBLAPSUS SUM] : V collapse, fall to the ground; sink, ebb away; creep up, advance stealthily;

[SUBLEGO, SUBLEGERE, SUBLEGI, SUBLECTUS] : V pick up from the ground, steal away;

[SUBLEVO, SUBLEVARE, SUBLEVAVI, SUBLEVATUS] : V lift up, raise; support; assist; lighten;

[SUBLICA, SUBLICAE] : N wooden stake or pile;

[SUBLICIUS, SUBLICIA, SUBLICIUM] : ADJ resting on piles; pons sublicius, the pile bridge, across the tiber;

[SUBLIGACULUM, SUBLIGACULI] : N loincloth, kilt;

[SUBLIGO, SUBLIGARE, SUBLIGAVI, SUBLIGATUS] : V fasten (to);

[SUBLIGO] : to bind below, bind on.

[SUBLIME] : ADV high into the air, on high, up aloft; in a lofty position;

[SUBLIME] : on high, aloft.

[SUBLIMIS, SUBLIME, SUBLIMIOR -OR -US, SUBLIMISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ high, lofty; eminent, exalted, elevated; raised on high; in high position;

[SUBLIMIS] : lofty, raised, elevated, sublime.

[SUBLIMITAS, SUBLIMITATIS] : N superior being; your highness (w/tua in titles);

[SUBLIMITAS, SUBLIMITATIS] : N height (altitude/extent); elevated place/state of mind; sense of exalation;

[SUBLIMITAS, SUBLIMITATIS] : N height; elevation; high place; sense of exaltation; loftiness (style/character);

[SUBLIMITAS, SUBLIMITATIS] : N magnanimity; loftiness of character; loftiness of style; grandeur; sublimity;

[SUBLIMITAS] : loftiness, height, elevation, sublimity.

[SUBLIMITER] : loftily.

[SUBLIMO, SUBLIMARE, SUBLIMAVI, SUBLIMATUS] : V raise, place in elevated position; soar; send up (spirits) from underworld;

[SUBLIMO] : to exalt.

[SUBLIMUS, SUBLIMA -UM, SUBLIMIOR -OR -US, SUBLIMISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ high, lofty; eminent, exalted, elevated; raised on high; in high position;

[SUBLLABOR, SUBLLABI, -, SUBLLAPSUS SUM] : V collapse, sink/slip/ebb away; creep up; glide under;

[SUBLUCEO, SUBLUCERE,] : V shine faintly, glimmer;

[SUBLUCEO] : to gleam faintly, glimmer, glow.

[SUBLUO, SUBLUERE, SUBLUI, SUBLUTUS] : V wash, flow at the base of;

[SUBLUO] : to wash beneath/ (rivers) flow beneath.

[SUBLUO] : to wash beneath /(rivers) flow beneath.

[SUBLUSTRIS, SUBLUSTRIS, SUBLUSTRE] : ADJ faintly lit, dim;

[SUBLUSTRIS] : faintly glimmering, faintly gleaming.

[SUBMERGO, SUBMERGERE, SUBMERSI, SUBMERSUS] : V plunge under, submerge;

[SUBMINISTRATIO, SUBMINISTRATIONIS] : N giving, furnishing, supplying;

[SUBMINISTRO, SUBMINISTRARE, SUBMINISTRAVI, SUBMINISTRATUS] : V supply, furnish, afford;

[SUBMISSUS, SUBMISSA, SUBMISSUM] : ADJ stooping; quiet;

[SUBMITTO, SUBMITTERE, SUBMISI, SUBMISSUS] : V allow to grow long; emit, put forth, raise; lower, moderate, relieve; submit;

[SUBMOLESTE] : ADV with some difficulty/trouble;

[SUBMOLESTUS, SUBMOLESTA, SUBMOLESTUM] : ADJ somewhat troublesome;

[SUBMONEO, SUBMONERE,] : V to remind secretly;

[SUBMOROSUS, SUBMOROSA, SUBMOROSUM] : ADJ somewhat peevish;

[SUBMOVEO, SUBMOVERE, SUBMOVI, SUBMOTUS] : V remove; drive off, dislodge; expel; ward off; keep at a distance; bar/debar;

[SUBMURMURO, SUBMURMURARE, SUBMURMURAVI, SUBMURMURATUS] : V murmur softly;

[SUBMUTO, SUBMUTARE, SUBMUTAVI, SUBMUTATUS] : V to exchange;

[SUBNASCOR, SUBNASCI, -, SUBNATUS SUM] : V arise, spring, grow up (under/out of/after); (esp. under or in place of);

[SUBNASCOR] : to grow out of.

[SUBNECTO, SUBNECTERE, SUBNEXUI, SUBNEXUS] : V bind under, add, subjoin, fasten up;

[SUBNECTO] : to bind on beneath, to tie.

[SUBNECTO] : to bind.

[SUBNEGO] : faintly deny, partially refuse.

[SUBNERVIO, SUBNERVIARE, SUBNERVIAVI, SUBNERVIATUS] : V hamstring; (cut sinew in leg); invalidate (l+s); refute;

[SUBNERVO, SUBNERVARE, SUBNERVAVI, SUBNERVATUS] : V hamstring; (cut sinew in leg); invalidate (l+s); refute;

[SUBNIGER, SUBNIGRA, SUBNIGRUM] : ADJ blackish; simewhat dark; having a rather swarthy complexion;

[SUBNIXUS SUBNISUS] : propped up, supported.

[SUBNIXUS, SUBNIXA, SUBNIXUM] : ADJ relying on (w/abl); elated by;

[SUBNIXUS] : relying on, supported by.

[SUBNOTO] : to mark beneath, notice secretly, write underneath.

[SUBNUBA, SUBNUBAE] : N rival;

[SUBNUBA] : a rival.

[SUBNUBILUS, SUBNUBILA, SUBNUBILUM] : ADJ somewhat cloudy, overcast;

[SUBNUBILUS] : partly cloudy, somewhat cloudy.

[SUBO, SUBARE, SUBAVI, SUBATUS] : V to be in heat;

[SUBO] : to be in heat.

[SUBOBSCAENUS, SUBOBSCAENA, SUBOBSCAENUM] : ADJ somewhat obscene;

[SUBOBSCENUS] : risque, faintly obscene.

[SUBOBSCURUS, SUBOBSCURA, SUBOBSCURUM] : ADJ somewhat obscure;

[SUBOBSCURUS] : somewhat obscure.

[SUBODIOSUS, SUBODIOSA, SUBODIOSUM] : ADJ rather unpleasant;

[SUBODIOSUS] : rather unpleasant.

[SUBOLEO] : (3 persons only) to give off a smell/ to make onself noticed.

[SUBOLES, SUBOLIS] : N shoot, sucker; race; offspring; progeny;

[SUBOLES] : offspring, offshoot.

[SUBOLES] : shoot, sprout, offspring, progeny.

[SUBOLESCO, SUBOLESCERE,] : V grow up;

[SUBOLESCO] : to grow up, mature.

[SUBORIOR, SUBORIRI, -, SUBORTUS SUM] : V come into being, be provided;

[SUBORIOR] : to arise in succession.

[SUBORNO, SUBORNARE, SUBORNAVI, SUBORNATUS] : V equip, adorn;

[SUBORNO] : to furnish, equip, provide/ instigate secretly, suborn.

[SUBORNO] : to furnish, equip, provide / instigate secretly, suborn.

[SUBORTUS, SUBORTUS] : N the springing up (of a fresh supply);

[SUBRANCIDUS, SUBRANCIDA, SUBRANCIDUM] : ADJ somewhat putrid;

[SUBRAUCUS, SUBRAUCA, SUBRAUCUM] : ADJ somewhat hoarse;

[SUBREGULUS, SUBREGULI] : N petty prince; feudatory vassal;

[SUBREMIGO, SUBREMIGARE, SUBREMIGAVI, SUBREMIGATUS] : V make rowing movements underneath;

[SUBREPO SURREPO] : to creep up or crawl up from below.

[SUBREPO, SUBREPERE, SUBREPSI, SUBREPUS] : V creep, creep (up to); steal on, insinuate itself;

[SUBRIDEO SUBRISI SUBRISUM] : to smile.

[SUBRIDEO, SUBRIDERE, SUBRISI, SUBRISUS] : V smile;

[SUBRIGO, SUBREXI SUBRECTUM] : to raise up, elevate.

[SUBRINGOR, SUBRINGI,] : V to make a wry face;

[SUBRINGOR] : to make a face.

[SUBRIPIO, SUBRIPERE, SUBRIPUI, SUBREPTUS] : V snatch away, steal;

[SUBROGO, SUBROGARE, SUBROGAVI, SUBROGATUS] : V elect/propose/nominate/cause to be elected as successor/substitute; substitute;

[SUBROSTRANUS, SUBROSTRANI] : N loungers (pl.) about the rostra, city loafers; idlers;

[SUBRUBEO, SUBRUBERE,] : V be tinged with red or purple;

[SUBRUO SUBRUTI SUBRUTUM] : to undermine, overhtrow, destroy.

[SUBRUO, SUBRUERE, SUBRUI, SUBRUTUS] : V undermine;

[SUBRUSTICUS, SUBRUSTICA, SUBRUSTICUM] : ADJ clownish;

[SUBSANNATIO, SUBSANNATIONIS] : N mockery by gestures; derision in pantomime;

[SUBSANNATIO] : mockery.

[SUBSANNATOR, SUBSANNATORIS] : N mocker, one who insults/mocks by gestures;

[SUBSANNO, SUBSANNARE, SUBSANNAVI, SUBSANNATUS] : V mock, deride; insult by derisive gestures; sneer;

[SUBSANNO] : to mock.

[SUBSCALPO] : to needle.

[SUBSCRIBO, SUBSCRIBERE, SUBSCRIPSI, SUBSCRIPTUS] : V write below, subscribe;

[SUBSCRIBO] : to write beneath, sign/ prosecute,.

[SUBSCRIPTIO] : subscription, signature/ register.

[SUBSCRIPTOR] : the signer of a document.

[SUBSECIVUS, SUBSECIVA, SUBSECIVUM] : ADJ left over; extra, superfluous, spare;

[SUBSECO, SUBSECARE, SUBSECUI, SUBSECTUS] : V cut away below; pare (the nails);

[SUBSECO] : to cut away, pare.

[SUBSELLIUM, SUBSELLI(I)] : N bench/low seat (in auditorium.theater/court); tribunes seat; courts (pl.);

[SUBSENTIO] : to notice secretly.

[SUBSEQUENS] : P.A.P. of sequor, ensuing, following

[SUBSEQUENS] : P.P. of sequor, ensuing, following.

[SUBSEQUOR, SUBSEQUI, -, SUBSECUTUS SUM] : V follow close after; pursue; support;

[SUBSEQUOR] : to follow after

[SUBSEQUOR] : to follow after.

[SUBSERVIO] : to be subject to, comply with.

[SUBSICIVUS, SUBSICIVA, SUBSICIVUM] : ADJ left over; extra, superfluous, spare;

[SUBSIDARIUS] : in reserve.

[SUBSIDIARIUS, SUBSIDIARI(I)] : N the reserves (pl.);

[SUBSIDIARIUS, SUBSIDIARIA, SUBSIDIARIUM] : ADJ acting as a support to the front line;

[SUBSIDIUM, SUBSIDI(I)] : N help, relief; reinforcement;

[SUBSIDIUM] : reserve troops, auxiliary troops / support, help, assistance.

[SUBSIDIUM] : reserve troops, auxiliary troops.

[SUBSIDIUM] : support, help, assistance.

[SUBSIDO, SUBSIDERE, SUBSEDI, SUBSESSUS] : V settle, sink, subside;

[SUBSIDO] : stay remain/ lie in ambush.

[SUBSIDO] : to crouch down, settle, sink, subside / stay remain / lie in ambush

[SUBSIDO] : to crouch down, settle, sink, subside.

[SUBSIGNANUS, SUBSIGNANA, SUBSIGNANUM] : ADJ serving beneath the standard;

[SUBSIGNANUS, SUBSIGNANI] : N reserve legionaire (w/milites);

[SUBSILIO, SUBSILIARE,] : V jump/leap/spring up; plunge beneath;

[SUBSILIO, SUBSILIRE, SUBSILUI] : V jump/leap/spring up; plunge beneath;

[SUBSILIO] : toleap up, spring up.

[SUBSISTO, SUBSISTERE, SUBSTITI] : V halt, stand; cause to stop;

[SUBSISTO] : to be there.

[SUBSISTO] : to stand, withstand/ stop, halt, cease/ stay, remain.

[SUBSISTO] : to stand, withstand / stop, halt, cease / stay, remain.

[SUBSORTIOR, SUBSORTIRI, -, SUBSORTITUS SUM] : V appoint/choose/pick by lot as a substitute; (to replace challenged jurors);

[SUBSORTITIO, SUBSORTITIONIS] : N choice of a substitute by lot;

[SUBSTANTIA, SUBSTANTIAE] : N nature; substance, resources, wealth; (omnem ~ => every living thing) (plater);

[SUBSTANTIA] : substance, essence, means of subsistence, property.

[SUBSTERNO, SUBSTERNERE, SUBSTRAVI, SUBSTRATUS] : V spread out (as an underlay);

[SUBSTERNO] : to spread out beneath, lay under, set out, provide.

[SUBSTITUO, SUBSTITUERE, SUBSTITUI, SUBSTITUTUS] : V place in rear/reserve; make subject/answerable to; substitute; make alternative;

[SUBSTITUTIO, SUBSTITUTIONIS] : N putting in place of something/one else, substitution; making alternative heir;

[SUBSTITUTUS, SUBSTITUTI] : N alternative heir;

[SUBSTO] : to stand form.

[SUBSTRICTUS] : narrow, contracted, small.

[SUBSTRINGO, SUBSTRINGERE, SUBSTRINXI, SUBSTRICTUS] : V draw in close, gather up; draw tight; (aurem ~ => to strain your ears);

[SUBSTRINGO] : to draw together, bind up.

[SUBSTRUCTIO, SUBSTRUCTIONIS] : N foundation (of a building), substructure;

[SUBSTRUCTIO] : base, foundation.

[SUBSTRUO, SUBSTRUERE, SUBSTRUXI, SUBSTRUCTUS] : V build up from the base, support by means of substructures;

[SUBSTRUO] : to build beneath, lay a foundation.

[SUBSULTIM] : ADV with frequent jumps/leaps into the air;

[SUBSULTO, SUBSULTARE, SUBSULTAVI, SUBSULTATUS] : V keep jumping up; spring up, leap up; (also jerky rhythm);

[SUBSULTO] : to spring up, leap up.

[SUBSUM SUBESSE] : to be near, close at hand, be under, be subject.

[SUBSUM, SUBESSE, SUBFUI, SUBFUTURUS] : V be underneath/a basis for discussion/close at hand as a reserve, be near;

[SUBSUTUS, SUBSUTA, SUBSUTUM] : ADJ stitched at the bottom;

[SUBTEGMEN, SUBTEGMINIS] : N weft/woof, transverse threads woven between warp threads; threads of the fates;

[SUBTEMEN, SUBTEMINIS] : N weft/woof, transverse threads woven between warp threads; threads of the fates;

[SUBTENDO, SUBTENDERE, -, SUBTENTUS] : V extend beneath, subtend;

[SUBTER SUPTER] : below, beneath, underneath.

[SUBTER] : ADV beneath (surface/covering); underneath, below; at lower level/in lower position;

[SUBTER] : PREP ABL beneath, under (cover/shelter); towards/at base (of wall/clift); (usu. acc);

[SUBTER] : PREP beneath, under (cover/shelter); towards/at base (of wall/clift);

[SUBTERFUGIO, SUBTERFUGERE, SUBTERFUGI] : V evade, avoid by a stratagem;

[SUBTERFUGIO] : to escape.

[SUBTERLABOR, SUBTERLABI,] : V glide or flow beneath, slip away;

[SUBTERLABOR] : to glide away, flow under, slip away, escape.

[SUBTERRANEUS, SUBTERRANEA, SUBTERRANEUM] : ADJ subterranean, underground;

[SUBTEXO, SUBTEXERE, SUBTEXUI, SUBTEXTUS] : V weave beneath; veil; subjoin, attach as a sequel (to);

[SUBTILIS, SUBTILE, SUBTILIOR -OR -US, SUBTILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fine-spun, fine; slender, delicate, exact; minutely thorough; strict, literal;

[SUBTILIS] : precise.

[SUBTILITAS, SUBTILITATIS] : N fineness of texture/logic/detail; slenderness/exactnessacuteness; sharpness;

[SUBTILITAS] : precision.

[SUBTILITER, SUBTILIUS, SUBTILISSIME] : ADV finely; delicately; acutely, exactly; minutely; strictly, literally; logically;

[SUBTRAHO, SUBTRAHERE, SUBTRAXI, SUBTRACTUS] : V carry off; take away; subtract;

[SUBTRAHO] : to carry off by stealth.

[SUBTUM] : ADV below, underneath, in a lower position; in a position lower than; beneath (l+s);

[SUBTURPICULUS, SUBTURPICULA, SUBTURPICULUM] : ADJ rather on the disgraceful side;

[SUBTUS] : ADV below, underneath, in a lower position; in a position lower than; beneath (l+s);

[SUBUCULA, SUBUCULAE] : N under-tunic worn by both sexes;

[SUBULA, SUBULAE] : N shoemaker's awl;

[SUBULCUS, SUBULCI] : N swineherd;

[SUBURA, SUBURAE] : N valley between esquiline and viminal hills of rome (centre of night life);

[SUBURBANUS, SUBURBANA, SUBURBANUM] : ADJ situated close to the city; growing or cultivated near the city;

[SUBURBANUS, SUBURBANI] : N people (pl.) dwelling near the city;

[SUBURBIUM, SUBURBII] : N suburb;

[SUBURGEO, SUBURGERE,] : V drive up close;

[SUBVECTIO, SUBVECTIONIS] : N transporting (of supplies) to a center;

[SUBVECTO, SUBVECTARE, SUBVECTAVI, SUBVECTATUS] : V convey (often or laboriously) upwards;

[SUBVEHO, SUBVEHERE, SUBVEXI, SUBVECTUS] : V convey upwards; convey up; sail upstream (pass);

[SUBVEHO] : to carry, esp carry upstream.

[SUBVENIO, SUBVENIRE, SUBVENI, SUBVENTUS] : V come to help, assist; rescue;

[SUBVENIO] : to come to

[SUBVENIO] : to come to the aid, succor, relieve, help, assist.

[SUBVENIO] : to come up to aid, relieve.

[SUBVEREOR, SUBVERERI, -, SUBVERITUS SUM] : V be somewhat afraid/fearful/apprehensive; be rather anxious (cas);

[SUBVERSIO, SUBVERSIONIS] : N overthrow, overturn; ruin, destruction; pouring out (of wine) (souter);

[SUBVERSIO] : to overthrow.

[SUBVERTIO] : to destroy, overthrow

[SUBVERTIO] : to destroy, overthrow.

[SUBVERTIO] : to overturn, destroy. .

[SUBVERTO, SUBVERTERE, SUBVERTI, SUBVERSUS] : V overturn, cause to topple; overthrow, destroy, subvert;

[SUBVEXUS, SUBVEXA, SUBVEXUM] : ADJ sloping up;

[SUBVOLO, SUBVOLARE, SUBVOLAVI, SUBVOLATUS] : V fly upwards;

[SUBVOLVO, SUBVOLVERE,] : V roll uphill;

[SUCCAVUS, SUCCAVA, SUCCAVUM] : ADJ hollow underneath;

[SUCCEDO, SUCCEDERE, SUCCESSI, SUCCESSUS] : V climb; advance; follow; succeed in;

[SUCCEDO] : to approach, submit, etc. etc.

[SUCCENDO, SUCCENDERE, SUCCENDI, SUCCENSUS] : V set on fire;

[SUCCENDO] : to kindle, set afire from below.

[SUCCENSEO, SUCCENSERE, SUCCENSUI, SUCCENSUS] : V be angry;

[SUCCENSEO] : to be irritated.

[SUCCEPTOR, SUCCEPTORIS] : N one who takes hand in an enterprise; one admitting gamblers to his house;

[SUCCESSIO, SUCCESSIONIS] : N succession (to position/ownership w/gen); successors collectively;

[SUCCESSIO] : succeeding, succession, descent, descendant.

[SUCCESSIO] : succession.

[SUCCESSOR, SUCCESSORIS] : N successor;

[SUCCESSUS, SUCCESSUS] : N approach, advance uphill, outcome, success;

[SUCCIDIA, SUCCIDIAE] : N leg/side of meat esp. (salt) pork/bacon; cutting in joints; slaughtering (l+s);

[SUCCIDO, SUCCIDERE, SUCCIDI, SUCCISUS] : V cut down;

[SUCCIDUUS, SUCCIDUA, SUCCIDUUM] : ADJ giving way under one;

[SUCCINERICIUS, SUCCINERICIA, SUCCINERICIUM] : ADJ prepared/baked under the ashes;

[SUCCINGO, SUCCINGERE, SUCCINXI, SUCCINCTUS] : V gather up with a belt or girdle; prepare for action; surround;

[SUCCINGULUM, SUCCINGULI] : N girdle;

[SUCCINO, SUCCINERE,] : V to sing to, accompany; (in speech) to chime in;

[SUCCLAMATIO, SUCCLAMATIONIS] : N answering shout;

[SUCCLAMO, SUCCLAMARE, SUCCLAMAVI, SUCCLAMATUS] : V shout in response (to);

[SUCCOLLO, SUCCOLLARE, SUCCOLLAVI, SUCCOLLATUS] : V lift/carry on one's shoulders;

[SUCCONTUMELIOSE] : ADV somewhat insolently;

[SUCCRESCO, SUCCRESCERE, SUCCREVI] : V come up; grow up; overflow;

[SUCCRESCO] : to grow up after.

[SUCCUMBO, SUCCUMBERE, SUCCUBI] : V lie down, succumb, submit;

[SUCCUMBO] : to surrender.

[SUCCURRO, SUCCURRERE, SUCCURRI, SUCCURSUS] : V run to the aid of, help;

[SUCCURRO] : to assist.

[SUCCURRO] : to run up under/ aid, assist, help.

[SUCCURRO] : to run up under / aid, assist, help.

[SUCCUS, SUCCI] : N juice, sap; moisture; drink/draught, potion, medicinal liquor; vitality/spirit;

[SUCCUTIO, SUCCUTERE, SUCCUSSI, SUCCUSSUS] : V shake from below;

[SUCIDUS, SUCIDA, SUCIDUM] : ADJ juicy, full of sap;

[SUCINUS, SUCINA, SUCINUM] : ADJ of amber;

[SUCUS, SUCI] : N juice, sap; moisture; drink/draught, potion, medicinal liquor; vitality/spirit;

[SUDARIUM, SUDARI(I)] : N handkerchief, napkin;

[SUDATORIUM, SUDATORII] : N sweating-room;

[SUDATORIUS, SUDATORIA, SUDATORIUM] : ADJ of sweating;

[SUDIS, SUDIS] : N stake, log;

[SUDO, SUDARE, SUDAVI, SUDATUS] : V sweat, perspire;

[SUDO] : to toil. labor, sweat.

[SUDOR, SUDORIS] : N sweat; hard labor;

[SUDUS, SUDA, SUDUM] : ADJ clear and bright;

[SUEBUS, SUEBI] : N suebi (pl.), => swabians, a people of gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[SUESCO, SUESCERE, SUEVI, SUETUS] : V become accustomed (to);

[SUETUS, SUETA, SUETUM] : ADJ wont, accustomed; usual, familiar;

[SUFES, SUFETIS] : N chief magistrate of carthage;

[SUFFAMEN, SUFFAMINIS] : N clog, brake, drag chain; hindrance;

[SUFFARCINO, SUFFARCINARE, SUFFARCINAVI, SUFFARCINATUS] : V to stuff, cram;

[SUFFERO, SUFFERRE, SUSTULI, SUBLATUS] : V bear, endure, suffer;

[SUFFES, SUFFETIS] : N chief magistrate of carthage;

[SUFFICIENS, (GEN.), SUFFICIENTIS] : ADJ sufficient, adequate (in number/amount);

[SUFFICIENS] : adequate, affluent, availing.

[SUFFICIENTER] : ADV sufficiently, adequately;

[SUFFICIENTER] : affluently, adequately.

[SUFFICIENTIA] : affluence, sufficiency.

[SUFFICIO, SUFFICERE, SUFFECI, SUFFECTUS] : V be sufficient, suffice; stand up to; be capable/qualified; provide, appoint;

[SUFFICIO] : to be affluent, avail for, to afford, supply, furnish with.

[SUFFICIO] : to be sufficient, suffice, be enough.

[SUFFIGO, SUFFIGERE, -, SUFFIXUS] : V fasten, attach, affix;

[SUFFIMEN, SUFFIMINIS] : N fumigation; incense; a substance used to fumigate;

[SUFFIMENTUM, SUFFIMENTI] : N fumigation; incense; a substance used to fumigate;

[SUFFIO, SUFFIRE, SUFFIVI, SUFFITUS] : V fumigate; perfume, scent;

[SUFFLAMEN, SUFFLAMINIS] : N brake, drag, hindrance;

[SUFFLAVUS, SUFFLAVA, SUFFLAVUM] : ADJ yellowish; (erasmus);

[SUFFLO, SUFFLARE, SUFFLAVI, SUFFLATUS] : V blow/puff up, inflate; blow; get into a temper with;

[SUFFOCATIO, SUFFOCATIONIS] : N suffocation; choking/stifling/sufocating; (~ mulierum -> hysterical passion);

[SUFFOCO, SUFFOCARE, SUFFOCAVI, SUFFOCATUS] : V to strangle, choke, suffocate;

[SUFFOCO] : to choke, stifle.

[SUFFOCO] : to strangle, choke, suffocate.

[SUFFODIO, SUFFODERE, SUFFODI, SUFFOSSUS] : V undermine, dig under; pierce or prod below;

[SUFFRAGATIO, SUFFRAGATIONIS] : N public expression of support (for);

[SUFFRAGATOR, SUFFRAGATORIS] : N supporter; one who gives support to a candidate (voter, canvasser);

[SUFFRAGIUM, SUFFRAGI(I)] : N vote; judgement; applause;

[SUFFRAGIUM] : intercession by saint with god, church province.

[SUFFRAGIUM] : succor, support aid, incitement, maintenance, resource.

[SUFFRAGO, SUFFRAGARE, SUFFRAGAVI, SUFFRAGATUS] : V express public support (for), canvass/vote for; lend support (to), favor;

[SUFFRAGO, SUFFRAGINIS] : N hock; joint in hind leg between knee and ankle; sucker shoot (of vine);

[SUFFRAGO] : to support.

[SUFFRAGOR, SUFFRAGARI, -, SUFFRAGATUS SUM] : V express public support (for), canvass/vote for; lend support (to), favor;

[SUFFRINGO, SUFFRINGERE,] : V to break beneath;

[SUFFUGIUM, SUFFUGI(I)] : N shelter; place of refuge;

[SUFFULCIO, SUFFULCIRE, SUFFULSI, SUFFULTUS] : V underprop, keep from falling;

[SUFFULCIO] : to prop up, bolstered.

[SUFFUNDO, SUFFUNDERE, SUFFUDI, SUFFUSUS] : V pour in/on; cause to well up to surface; cover/fill with liquid that wells up;

[SUFFURO, SUFFURARE, -, SUFFURATUS] : V steal unobtrusively; steal away;

[SUFFUSCUS, SUFFUSCA, SUFFUSCUM] : ADJ brownish, dark;

[SUFFUSUS] : imbued.

[SUGGERO, SUGGERERE, SUGGESSI, SUGGESTUS] : V suggest, furnish;

[SUGGERO] : to bring up, supply, provide, add, attach. place next.

[SUGGERO] : to excite, prompt, suggest, assign, bring to mind, offer.

[SUGGESTIO, SUGGESTIONIS] : N supplying an answer to one's own question; suggestion, hint (l+s); addition;

[SUGGESTUS, SUGGESTUS] : N raised surface; platform, dais;

[SUGGILLO, SUGGILLARE, SUGGILLAVI, SUGGILLATUS] : V insult, humiliate;

[SUGGRANDIS, SUGGRANDIS, SUGGRANDE] : ADJ somewhat large;

[SUGGREDIOR, SUGGREDI, -, SUGGRESSUS SUM] : V to go up to, approach, attack;

[SUGILLO, SUGILLARE, SUGILLAVI, SUGILLATUS] : V insult, humiliate;

[SUGO, SUGERE, SUXI, SUCTUS] : V suck; imbibe; take in;

[SUI JURIS] : one's own master.

[SUI] : himself, herself, itself.

[SUILLUS, SUILLA, SUILLUM] : ADJ of pigs/swine;

[SULCO, SULCARE, SULCAVI, SULCATUS] : V furrow, plough; cleave;

[SULCUS, SULCI] : N furrow; rut; trail of a meteor, track, wake;

[SULFUR, SULFURIS] : N brimstone, sulfur; lightning/thunder (asociated with brimstone);

[SULFUR, SULFURIS] : N brimstone, sulfur; lightning;

[SULFURATUS, SULFURATA, SULFURATUM] : ADJ containing sulphur;

[SULLA, SULLAE] : N roman cognomen; l. cornelius sulla felix (138-78 bc), roman dictator;

[SULPHUR, SULPHURIS] : N brimstone, sulfur; lightning/thunder (asociated with brimstone);

[SULPHUREUS, SULPHUREA, SULPHUREUM] : ADJ sulfurous;

[SULPUR, SULPURIS] : N brimstone, sulfur; lightning/thunder (asociated with brimstone);

[SULPUREUS, SULPUREA, SULPUREUM] : ADJ sulfurous;

[SULUM] : each, every.

[SUM FUI FUTURUS] : to be, exist.

[SUMEN, SUMINIS] : N breeding sow;

[SUMMA, SUMMAE] : N sum; summary; chief point, essence, principal matter, substance; total;

[SUMMA] : the highest part/ whole, sum.

[SUMMA] : the highest part / whole, sum.

[SUMMATIM] : ADV summarily, briefly;

[SUMME] : ADV in the highest degree; intensely; superlatively well, consummately;

[SUMMERGO, SUMMERGERE, SUMMERSI, SUMMERSUS] : V plunge under, submerge;

[SUMMINISTRATIO, SUMMINISTRATIONIS] : N giving, furnishing, supplying;

[SUMMINISTRO, SUMMINISTRARE, SUMMINISTRAVI, SUMMINISTRATUS] : V supply, furnish, afford;

[SUMMISSE] : humbly, softly, calmly, modestly.

[SUMMISSUS (FROM SUMMITTO)] : let down, lowered, gentle, mild.

[SUMMISSUS, SUMMISSA, SUMMISSUM] : ADJ stooping; quiet;

[SUMMITAS, SUMMITATIS] : N culminating state (philosophy); surface (geometry); summit/top/highest part (l+s

[SUMMITTERE] : to lower.

[SUMMITTO, SUMMITTERE, SUMMISI, SUMMISSUS] : V allow to grow long; emit, put forth, raise; lower, moderate, relieve; submit;

[SUMMITTO] : (se) to condescend, submit/ raise, rear, make grow.

[SUMMITTO] : (se) to condescend, submit / raise, rear, make grow.

[SUMMITTO] : to let down, lower / subject, subordinate

[SUMMITTO] : to let down, lower/ subject, subordinate.

[SUMMITTO] : to send as help/ to send secretly.

[SUMMITTO] : to send as help / to send secretly.

[SUMMOLESTE] : ADV with some difficulty/trouble;

[SUMMOLESTUS, SUMMOLESTA, SUMMOLESTUM] : ADJ somewhat troublesome;

[SUMMONEO, SUMMONERE,] : V to remind secretly;

[SUMMONEO] : to give a hint.

[SUMMOPERE] : ADV very much, exceedingly; (summo opere);

[SUMMOROSUS, SUMMOROSA, SUMMOROSUM] : ADJ somewhat peevish;

[SUMMOVEO, SUMMOVERE, SUMMOVI, SUMMOTUS] : V remove; drive off, dislodge; expel; ward off; keep at a distance; bar/debar;

[SUMMUM, SUMMI] : N top; summit, end, last; highest place; top surface; (voice) highest, loudest;

[SUMMURMURO, SUMMURMURARE, SUMMURMURAVI, SUMMURMURATUS] : V murmur softly;

[SUMMUS, SUMMA, SUMMUM] : ADJ highest, the top of; greatest; last; the end of;

[SUMMUTO, SUMMUTARE, SUMMUTAVI, SUMMUTATUS] : V to exchange;

[SUMO, SUMERE, SUMPSI, SUMPTUS] : V take up; begin; suppose, assume; select; purchase; exact (punishment); obtain;

[SUMO] : to choose, take up, apply, employ.

[SUMO] : to take, choose, obtain, buy./ take for granted, assume.

[SUMPTUARIUS, SUMPTUARIA, SUMPTUARIUM] : ADJ relating to expense;

[SUMPTUOSUS, SUMPTUOSA, SUMPTUOSUM] : ADJ expensive, costly; sumptuous;

[SUMPTUS, SUMPTUS] : N cost, charge, expense;

[SUMPTUS] : expense, cost.

[SUMPTUS] : expenses.

[SUO, SUERE, SUI, SUTUS] : V sew together/up, stitch;

[SUO] : to stitch, join.

[SUOS CUIQUE MOS. ] : PHRASE Everyone has his customs.

[SUOVETAURILE, SUOVETAURILIS] : N purificatory sacrifice (pl.) consisting of a boar, a ram, and a bull;

[SUPELLECTILIS] : household furniture, goods.

[SUPELLEX SUPELLECTILIS] : furniture, apparatus, gear.

[SUPELLEX, SUPELLECTILIS] : N furniture;

[SUPELLEX] : supellectilis ; furniture, apparatus, gear.

[SUPER] : (adv.) over, above, besides, beyond, moreover, remaining.

[SUPER] : (prep) (+abl. or acc.) near/ during/ in spite of, contrary to.

[SUPER] : (prep.) (+ abl.) over, above / concerning, about, besides.

[SUPER] : (prep.) (+ abl.) over, above/ concerning, about, besides.

[SUPER] : ADV above, on top, over; upwards; moreover, in addition, besides;

[SUPER] : PREP upon/on; over, above, about; besides (space); during (time); beyond (degree);

[SUPERABILIS, SUPERABILIS, SUPERABILE] : ADJ that may be got over or surmounted; that may be conquered;

[SUPERABUNDANTER] : ADV very abundently;

[SUPERABUNDANTIA, SUPERABUNDANTIAE] : N superabundance;

[SUPERABUNDO, SUPERABUNDARE, SUPERABUNDAVI, SUPERABUNDATUS] : V be very abundant;

[SUPERABUNDO-AVI] : to be very abundant.

[SUPERABUNDO-AVI] : to be very abundant

[SUPERADDO, SUPERADDERE, SUPERADDIDI, SUPERADDITUS] : V add or affix on the surface;

[SUPERAEDIFICIUM, SUPERAEDIFICII] : N upper building;

[SUPERAEDIFICO, SUPERAEDIFICARE, SUPERAEDIFICAVI, SUPERAEDIFICATUS] : V build upon/over;

[SUPERATOR, SUPERATORIS] : N conqueror;

[SUPERBE, SUPERBIUS, SUPERBISSIME] : ADV arrogantly, proudly, haughtily; superciliously;

[SUPERBIA, SUPERBIAE] : N arrogance, pride, haughtiness;

[SUPERBIA] : pride, arrogance.

[SUPERBIENS] : arrogant, domineering.

[SUPERBIO, SUPERBIRE, SUPERBIVI, SUPERBITUS] : V show/have (too much) pride/disdain (to); be proud/gorgeous/superb/magnificent;

[SUPERBIO, SUPERBIRE,] : V show pride or disdain on account (of); be proud/haughty; be splendid;

[SUPERBUS, SUPERBA, SUPERBUM] : ADJ arrogant, overbearing, haughty, proud;

[SUPERBUS] : overbearing, arrogant, haughty, proud.

[SUPERCILIUM, SUPERCILI(I)] : N eyebrow; frown; arrogance;

[SUPERCILIUM] : haughtiness.

[SUPERDUCO, SUPERDUCERE, SUPERDUXI, SUPERDUCTUS] : V bring home as successor to former wife;

[SUPERDUCTIO, SUPERDUCTIONIS] : N drawing of a line over words in a document;

[SUPEREMINEO, SUPEREMINERE,] : V overtop, stand out above the level of;

[SUPEREXALTO, SUPEREXALTARE, SUPEREXALTAVI, SUPEREXALTATUS] : V exalt above others;

[SUPERFICIES, SUPERFICIEI] : N top, surface, upper layer; building (vs land on which it stands);

[SUPERFICIES] : surface, top.

[SUPERFIXUS, SUPERFIXA, SUPERFIXUM] : ADJ fixed on the top;

[SUPERFLUO, SUPERFLUERE, SUPERFLUXI, SUPERFLUXUS] : V overflow, flow over brim/sides/surface; be superfluous/superabundant/surplus;

[SUPERFLUO] : flow over, overflow, be superfluous.

[SUPERFLUUM, SUPERFLUI] : N balance. (that) remaining (after something taken), surplus;

[SUPERFLUUS, SUPERFLUA, SUPERFLUUM] : ADJ superfluous, in excess of need; remaining after something taken; surplus;

[SUPERFUNDO, SUPERFUNDERE, SUPERFUNDI, SUPERFUSUS] : V pour over;

[SUPERGREDIOR, SUPERGREDI, -, SUPERGRESSUS SUM] : V pass over or beyond; exceed, surpass;

[SUPERGREDIOR] : to step over.

[SUPERIMMINEO, SUPERIMMINERE,] : V stand above in a threatening position;

[SUPERIMPENDENS, (GEN.), SUPERIMPENDENTIS] : ADJ overhanging;

[SUPERIMPENDO, SUPERIMPENDERE, SUPERIMPENDI, SUPERIMPENSUS] : V spend, exaust; (upon any thing);

[SUPERIMPONO, SUPERIMPONERE, SUPERIMPOSUI, SUPERIMPOSITUS] : V place on top or over;

[SUPERINCIDENS, (GEN.), SUPERINCIDENTIS] : ADJ falling on top;

[SUPERINCUBANS, (GEN.), SUPERINCUBANTIS] : ADJ lying on top;

[SUPERINCUMBO, SUPERINCUMBERE, SUPERINCUMBUI] : V lean over;

[SUPERINICIO, SUPERINICERE, SUPERINJECI, SUPERINJECTUS] : V throw/scatter on/upon/over the surface;

[SUPERINJICIO, SUPERINJICERE, SUPERINJECI, SUPERINJECTUS] : V throw/scatter on/upon/over the surface;

[SUPERINPENDO, SUPERINPENDERE, SUPERINPENDI, SUPERINPENSUS] : V spend, exaust; (upon any thing);

[SUPERINSTERNO, SUPERINSTERNERE, SUPERINSTRAVI, SUPERINSTRATUS] : V spread/lay on over the surface;

[SUPERINVALEO, SUPERINVALERE, SUPERINVALUI, SUPERINVALITUS] : V excel in strength;

[SUPERINVALESCO, SUPERINVALESCERE,] : V excel in strength;

[SUPERJACIO, SUPERJACERE, SUPERJECI, SUPERJECTUS] : V throw or scatter on top o; over the surface; shoot over the top of;

[SUPERLATUS, SUPERLATA, SUPERLATUM] : ADJ exaggerated, hyperbolic;

[SUPERLIMINARE, SUPERLIMINARIS] : N lintel;

[SUPERLIMINIUM, SUPERLIMINII] : N lintel;

[SUPERLINEN, SUPERLININIS] : N lintel; (over door);

[SUPERLININARE, SUPERLININARIS] : N lintel; (over door);

[SUPERMITTO] : to pour upon.

[SUPERNA] : northeast by north wind.

[SUPERNA] : supernal.

[SUPERNE] : ADV at or to a higher level, above; in the upper part; on top;

[SUPERNE] : from above, above.

[SUPERNUS, SUPERNA, SUPERNUM] : ADJ heavenly; celestial; of the gods; lofty, above; on the surface/upper side;

[SUPERNUS] : above, superior.

[SUPERO, SUPERARE, SUPERAVI, SUPERATUS] : V overcome, conquer; survive; outdo; surpass, be above, have the upper hand;

[SUPERO] : to be above, have the upper hand, surpass, conquer, overcome.

[SUPERO] : to vanquish, outstrip.

[SUPEROCCUPO, SUPEROCCUPARE, SUPEROCCUPAVI, SUPEROCCUPATUS] : V take by surprise from above;

[SUPERPENDENS, (GEN.), SUPERPENDENTIS] : ADJ overhanging;

[SUPERPONO, SUPERPONERE, SUPERPOSUI, SUPERPOSITUS] : V place over or on top; put in charge;

[SUPERSCANDO, SUPERSCANDERE,] : V climb over;

[SUPERSEDEO, SUPERSEDERE, SUPERSEDI, SUPERSESSUS] : V refrain (from), desist (from);

[SUPERSILIUM] : haughtiness.

[SUPERSTERNO, SUPERSTERNERE, SUPERSTRAVI, SUPERSTRATUS] : V spread or lay on top;

[SUPERSTES, (GEN.), SUPERSTITIS] : ADJ outliving, surviving; standing over/near; present, witnessing;

[SUPERSTES] : surviving, present, standing.

[SUPERSTES] : survivor of another's death

[SUPERSTES] : survivor of another's death.

[SUPERSTITIO, SUPERSTITIONIS] : N superstition; irrational religious awe;

[SUPERSTITIOSUS, SUPERSTITIOSA, SUPERSTITIOSUM] : ADJ superstitious, full of unreasoning religious awe;

[SUPERSTO, SUPERSTARE, SUPERSTAVI, SUPERSTATUS] : V stand over or on top (of );

[SUPERSTO] : to survive.

[SUPERSUBSTANTIALIS, SUPERSUBSTANTIALIS, SUPERSUBSTANTIALE] : ADJ life-sustaining;

[SUPERSUM, SUPERESSE, SUPERFUI] : V be left over; survive; be in excess/superfluous (to); remain to be performed;

[SUPERSUM] : to be superfluous, to remain.

[SUPERUM, SUPERI] : N heaven (pl.); heavenly bodies; heavenly things; higher places;

[SUPERUMERALE, SUPERUMERALIS] : N ephod (armless vestment of jewish priests); (sarape-like);

[SUPERUS SUPERIOR SUPREMUS OR SUMMUS] : above, upper, high.

[SUPERUS, SUPERA -UM, SUPERIOR -OR -US, SUPREMUS -A -UM] : ADJ above, high; higher, upper, of this world; greatest, last, highest;

[SUPERUS, SUPERI] : N gods (pl.) on high, celestial deities; those above;

[SUPERUS] : higher.

[SUPERVACANEUS, SUPERVACANEA, SUPERVACANEUM] : ADJ redundant; unnecessary;

[SUPERVACUUS, SUPERVACUA, SUPERVACUUM] : ADJ superfluous, redundant, more than needed; unnecessary, pointless, purposeless;

[SUPERVACUUS] : superfluous, unnecessary, extra ;

[SUPERVACUUS] : superfluous, unnecessary, extra.

[SUPERVADO, SUPERVADERE,] : V surmount;

[SUPERVEHOR, SUPERVEHI, -, SUPERVECTUS SUM] : V ride/sail/pass over/by/past; turn;

[SUPERVENIO, SUPERVENIRE, SUPERVENI, SUPERVENTUS] : V come up, arrive;

[SUPERVENIO] : to arrive, come up, arrive unexpectedly.

[SUPERVENIO] : to overtake, arrive.

[SUPERVIVO, SUPERVIVERE, SUPERVIXI] : V survive, outlive;

[SUPERVOLITO, SUPERVOLITARE, SUPERVOLITAVI, SUPERVOLITATUS] : V fly to and fro over;

[SUPERVOLO, SUPERVOLARE, SUPERVOLAVI, SUPERVOLATUS] : V fly over;

[SUPINO, SUPINARE, SUPINAVI, SUPINATUS] : V lay on the back; turn up; tilt back;

[SUPINUS, SUPINA, SUPINUM] : ADJ lying face upwards, flat on one's back; turned palm upwards; flat; passive;

[SUPPAR, (GEN.), SUPPARIS] : ADJ almost equal;

[SUPPARUM] : garment.

[SUPPEDITO, SUPPEDITARE, SUPPEDITAVI, SUPPEDITATUS] : V be/make available when/as required, supply with/needs (of);

[SUPPEDITO] : to give in abundance.

[SUPPELLEX SUPPELLECTILUS] : household articles, furniture, goods.

[SUPPELLEX SUPPELLECTILUS] : ornaments.

[SUPPELLEX] : suppellectilus ; ornaments.

[SUPPERNATUS, SUPPERNATA, SUPPERNATUM] : ADJ lamed in the hip;

[SUPPETIA, SUPPETIAE] : N help (pl.), aid;

[SUPPETIOR, SUPPETIARI, -, SUPPETIUS SUM] : V to help, assist;

[SUPPETO, SUPPETERE, SUPPETIVI, SUPPETITUS] : V be at hand; be equal to; be sufficient for;

[SUPPLANTO, SUPPLANTARE, SUPPLANTAVI, SUPPLANTATUS] : V to trip up;

[SUPPLANTO] : to trip up.

[SUPPLEMENTUM, SUPPLEMENTI] : N reinforcements; supplies; that which fills out;

[SUPPLEO, SUPPLERE, SUPPLEVI, SUPPLETUS] : V supply;

[SUPPLEX, (GEN.), SUPPLICIS] : ADJ suppliant, kneeling, begging;

[SUPPLEX, SUPPLICIS] : N suppliant;

[SUPPLEX] : kneeling, entreating, suppliant.

[SUPPLICATIO, SUPPLICATIONIS] : N thanksgiving; supplication;

[SUPPLICITER] : ADV suppliantly, in an attitude of humble entreaty;

[SUPPLICITER] : supplicatingly.

[SUPPLICIUM, SUPPLICI(I)] : N punishment, suffering; supplication; torture;

[SUPPLICIUM] : punishment.

[SUPPLICIUM] : torment.

[SUPPLICO, SUPPLICARE, SUPPLICAVI, SUPPLICATUS] : V pray, supplicate; humbly beseech;

[SUPPLODO, SUPPLODERE, SUPPLOSI] : V to stamp;

[SUPPLOSIO, SUPPLOSIONIS] : N stamping;

[SUPPONO SUBPONO] : to put in place of, substitute, forge.

[SUPPONO SUBPONO] : to put under, subject / put next to, add.

[SUPPONO SUBPONO] : to put under, subject/ put next to, add.

[SUPPONO, SUPPONERE, SUPPOSUI, SUPPOSITUS] : V place under; substitute; suppose;

[SUPPORTO, SUPPORTARE, SUPPORTAVI] : V carry up, transport;

[SUPPOSITICIUS, SUPPOSITICIA, SUPPOSITICIUM] : ADJ substituted; sperious; put in the place of another; not genuine;

[SUPPOSITICIUS, SUPPOSITICIA, SUPPOSITICIUM] : ADJ substituted, spurious;

[SUPPOSITITIUS, SUPPOSITITIA, SUPPOSITITIUM] : ADJ substituted; sperious; put in the place of another; not genuine;

[SUPPRIMO, SUPPRIMERE, SUPPRESSI, SUPPRESSUS] : V press down or under; suppress; keep back, contain; stop, check;

[SUPPUS, SUPPA, SUPPUM] : ADJ head-downwards;

[SUPPUTO, SUPPUTARE, SUPPUTAVI, SUPPUTATUS] : V to count up, compute;

[SUPRA] : (+ acc.) above.

[SUPRA] : ADV on top; more; above; before, formerly;

[SUPRA] : PREP above, beyond; over; more than; in charge of, in authority over;

[SUPRADICO, SUPRADICERE, SUPRADIXI, SUPRADICTUS] : V say in addition to; say above, say before;

[SUPRASCANDO, SUPRASCANDERE,] : V climb on top of;

[SUPRASCRIBO, SUPRASCRIBERE, SUPRASCRIPSI, SUPRASCRIPTUS] : V title/entitle; inscribe;

[SUPRASCRIPTIO, SUPRASCRIPTIONIS] : N title; inscription (douay);

[SUPRASCRIPTUS, SUPRASCRIPTA, SUPRASCRIPTUM] : ADJ entitled; inscribed; (sometimes abbreviated ss.);

[SUPREMUM, SUPREMI] : N funeral rites (pl.) or offerings;

[SUPTER] : ADV beneath (surface/covering); underneath, below; at lower level/in lower position;

[SUPTER] : PREP ABL beneath, under (cover/shelter); towards/at base (of wall/clift); (usu. acc);

[SUPTER] : PREP beneath, under (cover/shelter); towards/at base (of wall/clift);

[SUPTILIS, SUPTILE, SUPTILIOR -OR -US, SUPTILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fine-spun, fine; slender, delicate, exact; minutely thorough; strict, literal;

[SUPTILITAS, SUPTILITATIS] : N fineness of texture/logic/detail; slenderness/exactnessacuteness; sharpness;

[SUPTILITER, SUPTILIUS, SUPTILISSIME] : ADV finely; delicately; acutely, exactly; minutely; strictly, literally; logically;

[SURA, SURAE] : N calf of the leg;

[SURCULUS, SURCULI] : N shoot, sprout;

[SURCULUS] : shoot, sprout.

[SURDASTER, SURDASTRA, SURDASTRUM] : ADJ somewhat deaf;

[SURDITAS, SURDITATIS] : N deafness;

[SURDUS, SURDA, SURDUM] : ADJ deaf, unresponsive to what is said; falling on deaf ears; muffled, muted;

[SURGO SURREXI] : to get up , arise.

[SURGO, SURGERE, SURREXI, SURRECTUS] : V rise, lift; grow;

[SURGO] : to arise.

[SURIA, SURIAE] : N syria; (area between asia minor and egypt including phoenicia and palestine);

[SURIUS, SURII] : N syrian, of syria; (name of a variety of dark-skinned pear);

[SURPICULUS, SURPICULA, SURPICULUM] : ADJ used for dealing with bulrushes (of a billhook); of/made of rushes (l+s);

[SURPICULUS, SURPICULI] : N basket made of bulrushes, rush basket;

[SURRECTUM] : to get up , arise.

[SURREGULUS, SURREGULI] : N petty prince; feudatory vassal;

[SURREPTICIUS, SURREPTICIA, SURREPTICIUM] : ADJ surreptitious;

[SURRIDEO] : to smile.

[SURRIPIO, SURRIPERE, SURRIPUI, SURREPTUS] : V to take away secretly; to steal, filch;

[SURRIPIO] : to pilfer.

[SURROGO] : to to put in another's place.

[SURSUM DEORSUM] : up and down.

[SURSUM] : ADV up, on high;

[SURSUM] : upwards.

[SURUS, SURA, SURUM] : ADJ syrian, of syria;

[SURUS, SURI] : N syrian, native of syria; (esp. as a slave); (name of a slave);

[SUS, SUIS] : N swine; hog, pig, sow;

[SUS] : swine, pig, hog.

[SUSCEPTOR, SUSCEPTORIS] : N contractor/who undertakes (enterprise); one who harbors (gamblers/thieves);

[SUSCEPTOR, SUSCEPTORIS] : N one who takes hand in an enterprise; one admitting gamblers to his house;

[SUSCEPTOR, SUSCEPTORIS] : N supporter, helper, guardian; host/entertainer; receiver/collector of taxes;

[SUSCEPTOR] : guardian.

[SUSCIPERE] : to undergo, receive, take up, sponsorship at baptism.

[SUSCIPIO, SUSCIPERE, SUSCEPI, SUSCEPTUS] : V undertake; support; accept, receive, take up;

[SUSCIPIO] : take up, support, raise / accept / undertake, begin

[SUSCIPIO] : take up, support, raise/ accept/ undertake, begin.

[SUSCIPIO] : to raise up, maintain, support, accept, receive, undertake.

[SUSCITATIO] : -onis ; f, rekindling, awakening.

[SUSCITATIO] : -onis ; f, rekindling, awakening

[SUSCITO, SUSCITARE, SUSCITAVI, SUSCITATUS] : V encourage, stir up; awaken, rouse, kindle;

[SUSCITO] : to stir up, arouse, excite.

[SUSCRIPTOR] : the signer of a document.

[SUSICIVUS] : left over, to spare, extra, superfluous.

[SUSO] : above, from above

[SUSPECTO, SUSPECTARE, SUSPECTAVI, SUSPECTATUS] : V suspect; mistrust, be suspicious of; suspect the presence of evil; gaze up at;

[SUSPECTO] : ADV in suspicious circumstances; suspiciiously;

[SUSPECTUS, SUSPECTA -UM, SUSPECTIOR -OR -US, SUSPECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ suspected/mistrusted; of doubtful character; believed without proof; suspicious;

[SUSPECTUS] : suspected

[SUSPECTUS] : suspected.

[SUSPENDI] : to suspend, hang.

[SUSPENDIUM, SUSPENDI(I)] : N the act of hanging oneself;

[SUSPENDO, SUSPENDERE, SUSPENDI, SUSPENSUS] : V hang up, suspend;

[SUSPENDO] : to suspend, hang.

[SUSPENDO] : to vault.

[SUSPENSUM] : to suspend, hang.

[SUSPENSUS, SUSPENSA, SUSPENSUM] : ADJ in a state of anxious uncertainty or suspense, light;

[SUSPICAX, (GEN.), SUSPICACIS] : ADJ mistrustful;

[SUSPICIO, SUSPICERE, SUSPEXI, SUSPECTUS] : V look up to; admire;

[SUSPICIO, SUSPICIONIS] : N suspicion; mistrust;

[SUSPICIO] : to look upward at, esteem, respect / to suspect.

[SUSPICIO] : to look upward at, esteem, respect/ to suspect.

[SUSPICIOSUS, SUSPICIOSA, SUSPICIOSUM] : ADJ feeling suspicion, suspecting; exciting suspicion, suspicious;

[SUSPICOR, SUSPICARI, -, SUSPICATUS SUM] : V mistrust, suspect; suppose;

[SUSPICOR] : to suppose.

[SUSPIRATUS, SUSPIRATUS] : N sigh; deep breath;

[SUSPIRITUS, SUSPIRITUS] : N sigh;

[SUSPIRIUM, SUSPIRI(I)] : N deep breath, sigh;

[SUSPIRO, SUSPIRARE, SUSPIRAVI, SUSPIRATUS] : V sigh; utter with a sigh;

[SUSPIRO] : to sigh, draw a deep breath / long for, yearn after.

[SUSPIRO] : to sigh, draw a deep breath/ long for, yearn after.

[SUSSULTO, SUSSULTARE, SUSSULTAVI, SUSSULTATUS] : V keep jumping up; spring up, leap up; (also jerky rhythm);

[SUSTENTATUS, SUSTENTATUS] : N support, sustaining, bearing/carrying; keeping erect/upright; hangings/drapes;

[SUSTENTO, SUSTENTARE, SUSTENTAVI, SUSTENTATUS] : V endure, hold out;

[SUSTENTO] : to maintain, sustain.

[SUSTENTO] : to maintain, sustain

[SUSTINEO, SUSTINERE, SUSTINUI, SUSTENTUS] : V support; check; put off; put up with; sustain; hold back;

[SUSTINEO] : to hold up, sustain, endure.

[SUSTITUO] : to put next, put under, put in place of.

[SUSTOLLO, SUSTOLLERE,] : V raise on high;

[sustuli, sublatum] to lift up, raise, elevate, carry away.

[SUSUM] : ADV up, on high;

[SUSURRATIM] : ADV in a low voice/whisper, softly;

[SUSURRATIO, SUSURRATIONIS] : N whisper, whispering;

[SUSURRATOR, SUSURRATORIS] : N whisperer; one who whispers;

[SUSURRATRIX, SUSURRATRICIS] : N whisperer (female) whispers;

[SUSURRO, SUSURRARE,] : V mutter, whisper, hum, buzz, murmur;

[SUSURRO, SUSURRONIS] : N whisperer; mutterer; tale-bearer;

[SUSURRO] : to whisper, buzz.

[SUSURRUS, SUSURRA, SUSURRUM] : ADJ whispering;

[SUSURRUS, SUSURRI] : N whisper, whispered report; soft rustling sound;

[SUTILIS, SUTILIS, SUTILE] : ADJ made by sewing, consisting of things stitched together;

[SUTOR, SUTORIS] : N shoemaker; cobbler;

[SUTRINUS, SUTRINA, SUTRINUM] : ADJ of a shoemaker;

[SUTURA, SUTURAE] : N seam, stitch, piece of sewing;

[SUUM, SUI] : N his property (pl.) (se suaque => themselves and their possessions);

[SUUS SUA SUUM] : (refl. poss. adj.) his, her, its, their own.

[SUUS, SUA, SUUM] : ADJ his/one's (own), her (own), hers, its (own); (pl.) their (own), theirs;

[SUUS, SUI] : N his men (pl.), his friends;

[SUUS] : sua ; suum ; (refl. poss. adj.) his, her, its, their own.

[SYCAMINON, SYCAMINONIS] : N mulberry tree;

[SYCAMINOS, SYCAMINI] : N mulberry-leaved/egyptian fig; greek name for the mulberry tree;

[SYCAMINUS, SYCAMINI] : N mulberry-leaved/egyptian fig; greek name for the mulberry tree;

[SYCOMOROS, SYCOMORI] : N mulberry-leaved/egyptian fig; mulberry tree (l+s);

[SYCOMORUS, SYCOMORI] : N mulberry-leaved/egyptian fig; mulberry tree (l+s);

[SYCOPHANTA, SYCOPHANTAE] : N an informer, trickster;

[SYLLABA, SYLLABAE] : N syllable;

[SYLLOGISMOS, SYLLOGISMI] : N syllogism;

[SYLLOGISMUS, SYLLOGISMI] : N syllogism;

[SYMBOLA, SYMBOLAE] : N contribution for a common feast;

[SYMBOLICUS, SYMBOLICA, SYMBOLICUM] : ADJ symbolic, symbolical;

[SYMMETRIA, SYMMETRIAE] : N symmetry; due proportion between parts; relative measure of parts/proportion;

[SYMPHONIA, SYMPHONIAE] : N symphony;

[SYMPHONIACUS, SYMPHONIACA, SYMPHONIACUM] : ADJ of or for a concert;

[SYNAGOGA, SYNAGOGAE] : N synagogue; congregation (of jews);

[SYNAGOGA] : synagogue.

[SYNAGRAPHA, SYNAGRAPHAE] : N promissory note, bond; written contract/iou signed by both parties to pay money;

[SYNAGRAPHUS, SYNAGRAPHI] : N written contract/agreement; written pass, safe conduct;

[SYNCOPA, SYNCOPAE] : N contraction, syncope; fainting fit;

[SYNCOPATUS, SYNCOPATA, SYNCOPATUM] : ADJ suffering from a fainting fit;

[SYNCOPATUS, SYNCOPATI] : N fainter, one suffering from a fainting fit;

[SYNCOPES, SYNCOPAE] : N contraction, syncope; fainting fit;

[SYNCOPIS, SYNCOPIS] : N fainting fit; (erasmus);

[SYNCOPO, SYNCOPARE, SYNCOPAVI, SYNCOPATUS] : V faint, suffer a syncope/fainting fit;

[SYNDERESIS, SYNDERESIS] : N synderesis, keepin/understanding natural principles of moral law;

[SYNEDRUS, SYNEDRI] : N macedonian councillor;

[SYNGRAFA, SYNGRAFAE] : N written contract/iou (signed by both) to pay the other a specific sum of money;

[SYNGRAPHA, SYNGRAPHAE] : N written contract/iou (signed by both) to pay the other a specific sum of money;

[SYNGRAPHUS, SYNGRAPHI] : N written contract/agreement; written pass, safe conduct;

[SYNODUS, SYNODONTIS] : N fish, perhaps bream;

[SYNTHESIS, SYNTHESIS] : N dinner-service; a suit of clothes; a dressing-gown;

[SYRACUSES, SYRACUSAE] : N syracuse (pl.); (chief city of sicily);

[SYRIA, SYRIAE] : N syria; (area between asia minor and egypt including phoenicia and palestine);

[SYRIACUS, SYRIACA, SYRIACUM] : ADJ syrian, of/connected with syria, produced/found in syria;

[SYRIUS, SYRII] : N syrian, of syria; (name of a variety of dark-skinned pear);

[SYRMA, SYRMATIS] : N long trailing robe, worn by tragic actors;

[SYRMA] : sirma ; sealed charter, train, skirt-tails, garment-tails.

[SYRTIS, SYRTIS] : N sandbank, quicksand; (esp. one on the coast of north africa;

[SYRUS, SYRA, SYRUM] : ADJ syrian, of syria;

[SYRUS, SYRI] : N syrian, native of syria; (esp. as a slave); (name of a slave); W:

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