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[V] : PRON you;

[VA] : INTERJ ha!/oh!/ah!; (exclamation of pain/dismay, of contempt/anger, of surprise/joy);

[VACATIO, VACATIONIS] : N freedom, exemption; privilege;

[VACCA, VACCAE] : N cow;

[VACCINIUM, VACCINI(I)] : N blueberry, whortleberry;

[VACEFIO, VACEFIERI,] : V to be made empty;

[VACERRA, VACERRAE] : N wooden post/stake; fence post; post/rail fence; term of abuse (dumb as a post);

[VACERROUSUS, VACERROUSA, VACERROUSUM] : ADJ crack brained (a term of abuse used by augustus), demented;

[VACILLO, VACILLARE, VACILLAVI, VACILLATUS] : V stagger, totter; be in a weak condition;

[VACILLO] : to fall into confusion.

[VACO, VACARE, VACAVI, VACATUS] : V be empty; be vacant; be idle; be free from, be unoccupied;

[VACO] : to be free from work, of a master, of property.

[VACUEFACIO, VACUEFACERE, VACUEFECI, VACUEFACTUS] : V to make empty; empty;

[VACUITAS, VACUITATIS] : N vacancy, empty space; absence of, freedom/exemption from; leisure, indolence;

[VACUO, VACUARE, VACUAVI, VACUATUS] : V empty;

[VACUUS, VACUA, VACUUM] : ADJ empty, vacant, unoccupied; devoid of, free of;

[VACUUS] : empty, devoid of, free from.

[VACUUS] : without, useless.

[VADIMONIUM, VADIMONI(I)] : N bail, security, surety;

[VADO, VADARE,] : V ford;

[VADO, VADERE, VASI] : V go, advance, rush, hurry; walk;

[VADO] : go, hasten, rush.

[VADOR, VADARI, -, VADATUS SUM] : V accept sureties from (the other party) for his appearance in court;

[VADOSUS, VADOSA, VADOSUM] : ADJ full of shallows;

[VADUM, VADI] : N shallow place, stream; ford, shoal,; channel;

[VADUM] : ford, shallows.

[VAE VICTIS! ] : PHRASE Woe to the conquered!

[VAE] : (interj.), woe, alas, woe to.

[VAE] : INTERJ alas, woe, ah; oh dear; (vae, puto deus fio. - vespasian); bah!, curses!;

[VAE] : INTERJ alas, woe, ah; oh dear; (Vae, puto deus fio. - Vespasian);

[VAFER, VAFRA, VAFRUM] : ADJ sly, cunning, crafty;

[VAFRA] : crafty.

[VAFRAMENTUM, VAFRAMENTI] : N trick, crafty/clever device/stratagem; quirk; artifice;

[VAGABUNDUS, VAGABUNDA, VAGABUNDUM] : ADJ strolling about; vagabond; roving/wandering;

[VAGE] : ADV so as to move in different directions over a wide area;

[VAGINA, VAGINAE] : N sheath, scabbard;

[VAGIO, VAGIRE, VAGIVI] : V utter cries of distress, wail, squall;

[VAGITUS, VAGITUS] : N crying;

[VAGITUS] : squalling.

[VAGOR, VAGARI, -, VAGATUS SUM] : V wander, roam;

[VAGUS, VAGA, VAGUM] : ADJ roving, wandering;

[VAH] : INTERJ ha!/oh!/ah!; (exclamation of pain/dismay, of contempt/anger, of surprise/joy);

[VAH] : INTERJ oh! ah!;

[VAHA] : INTERJ ha!/oh!/ah!; (exclamation of pain/dismay, of contempt/anger, of surprise/joy);

[VAHA] : INTERJ oh! ah!;

[VALDE] : ADV greatly, very; vigorously, strongly, energetically;

[VALDE] : intensely, very much, extremely, greatly

[VALDE] : intensely, very much, extremely, greatly.

[VALDE] : intensely.

[VALDE] : strongly, powerfully / very, exceedingly

[VALDE] : strongly, powerfully/ very, exceedingly.

[VALEDICO, VALEDICERE, VALEDIXI, VALEDICTUS] : V say goodbye;

[VALEDICO] : bid farewell.

[VALEFACIO, VALEFACERE, VALEFECI, VALEFACTUS] : V say goodbye;

[VALENS, VALENTIS (GEN.), VALENTIOR -OR -US, VALENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ strong; vigorous/healthy/robust; powerful/potent/effective; severe; influential;

[VALENS, VALENTIS] : N valens; (coemperor 364-378 and brother of valentinian); (lost at adrianople);

[VALENS] : stong, powerful, healthy / able, worthwhile.

[VALENS] : stong, powerful, healthy/ able, worthwhile.

[VALEO, VALERE, VALUI, VALITUS] : V be strong/powerful/influential/healthy; (vale => goodbye/farewell); prevail;

[VALEO] : to have strength, have power, be effective.

[VALERIUS, VALERI] : N valerius; (roman gens name); p. valerius publicola, very early consul (509 bc);

[VALERIUS, VALERIA, VALERIUM] : ADJ valerius, roman gens; p. valerius publicola, one of the first consuls (509 bc);

[VALESCO, VALESCERE,] : V become sound in health; become powerful;

[VALESCO] : to grow strong.

[VALET, VALERE, VALIT] : V farewell, goodbye, adieu (the roman equivalent of "live long and prosper");

[VALETUDINARIUM, VALETUDINARI(I)] : N hospital, infirmary, sickroom;

[VALETUDO, VALETUDINIS] : N good health, soundness; condition of body/health; illness, indisposition;

[VALETUDO] : condition, good health.

[VALETUDO] : health, good health, bad health.

[VALETUDO] : health. good health, bad health.

[VALGUS, VALGA, VALGUM] : ADJ knock-kneed, having legs converging at the knee and diverging below;

[VALIDUS, VALIDA, VALIDUM] : ADJ strong, powerful; valid;

[VALIDUS] : mighty, powerful, exceeding.

[VALIDUS] : strong, mighty, powerful, exceeding.

[VALIDUS] : strong, robust, able.

[VALIDUS] : strong, robust, able

[VALITUDO, VALITUDINIS] : N good health, soundness; condition of body/health; illness, indisposition;

[VALLARIS, VALLARIS, VALLARE] : ADJ of a rampart/corona; of the first soldier to scale an enemy rampart (vallum);

[VALLARIS, VALLARIS] : N crown/garland awarded to first soldier to scale an enemy rampart (vallum);

[VALLES, VALLIS] : N valley, vale, hollow;

[VALLIS, VALLIS] : N valley, vale, hollow;

[VALLO, VALLARE, VALLAVI, VALLATUS] : V surround/fortify/furnish (a camp, etc) with a palisaded rampart;

[VALLO] : to surround, defend.

[VALLUM, VALLI] : N wall, rampart; entrenchment, line of palisades, stakes;

[VALLUM] : palisade, earthen wall, entrenchment, rampart.

[VALLUM] : palisaded rampart, ditch, moat.

[VALLUS, VALLI] : N stake, palisade, point, post, pole;

[VALOR, VALORIS] : N valor;

[VALVA, VALVAE] : N double or folding door (usu. pl.), one leaf of the doors;

[VANESCO, VANESCERE,] : V vanish, fade, disappear;

[VANILOQUENTIA, VANILOQUENTIAE] : N idle talk, chatter; boastful speech;

[VANILOQUOR, VANILOQUI, -, VANILOCUTUS SUM] : V talk idly;

[VANILOQUUS, VANILOQUA, VANILOQUUM] : ADJ lying; boastful;

[VANITAS, VANITATIS] : N emptiness, untruthfulness; futility, foolishness, empty pride;

[VANNUS, VANNI] : N winnowing basket;

[VANUS, VANA, VANUM] : ADJ empty, vain; false, untrustworthy;

[VAPIDE] : ADV in a flat/vapid manner; (vapide se habere => be poorly - augustus);

[VAPIDUS, VAPIDA, VAPIDUM] : ADJ flat, vapid; that has lost its freshness (of wine);

[VAPOR, VAPORIS] : N steam, exhalation, vapor, heat;

[VAPORO, VAPORARE, VAPORAVI, VAPORATUS] : V cover or fill with vapor; heat, warm; be hot;

[VAPPA, VAPPAE] : N flat wine;

[VAPPA, VAPPAE] : N a worthless person;

[VAPULO, VAPULARE, VAPULAVI, VAPULATUS] : V be beaten;

[VAPULUS] : flogged, beaten, knocked about.

[VARE, LEGIONES REDDE! ] : PHRASE Varus, give me back my legions!

[VARIANTIA, VARIANTIAE] : N diversity, variety;

[VARIATIO DELECTAT ] : PHRASE There's nothing like change!

[VARIATIO, VARIATIONIS] : N divergence of behavior;

[VARICUS, VARICA, VARICUM] : ADJ straddling;

[VARIETAS, VARIETATIS] : N variety, difference; mottled appearance;

[VARIETAS] : changeableness.

[VARIO, VARIARE, VARIAVI, VARIATUS] : V mark with contrasting colors, variegate; vary, waver; fluctuate, change;

[VARIUS, VARIA, VARIUM] : ADJ different; various, diverse; changing; colored; party colored, variegated;

[VARIUS] : changing, changeable.

[VARIX, VARICIS] : N varicose vein;

[VARUS, VARA, VARUM] : ADJ bent-outwards; bandy; bow-legged; contrasting;

[VAS, VASIS] : N vessel, dish; vase; pack/kit; utensil, instrumant; equipment/apparatus (pl.);

[VASALLUS] : servant.

[VASARIUM, VASARII] : N an outfit allowance;

[VASCULARIUS, VASCULARII] : N maker of vessels, esp. in metal;

[VASCULUM, VASCULI] : N small vessel/container/vase; (seed) capsule, calyx; instrument, tool; penis;

[VASTATA] : ravaged.

[VASTATIO, VASTATIONIS] : N laying waste, ravaging;

[VASTATIO] : devastation, ravaging.

[VASTATIO] : devastation, ravaging

[VASTATIO] : ravaging.

[VASTATOR, VASTATORIS] : N destroyer, ravager;

[VASTIFICUS, VASTIFICA, VASTIFICUM] : ADJ devastating;

[VASTITAS, VASTITATIS] : N desolation; devastation;

[VASTO, VASTARE, VASTAVI, VASTATUS] : V lay waste, ravage, devastate;

[VASTUS, VASTA, VASTUM] : ADJ huge, vast; monstrous;

[VASUM, VASI] : N vessel, dish; vase; pack/kit; utensil, instrumant; equipment/apparatus (pl.);

[VATES, VATIS] : N prophet, soothsayer; poet;

[VATES] : bard, prophet.

[VATICINATIO, VATICINATIONIS] : N prophecy, prediction;

[VATICINATOR, VATICINATORIS] : N prophet;

[VATICINOR, VATICINARI, -, VATICINATUS SUM] : V prophesy; rave, talk wildly;

[VATICINUS, VATICINA, VATICINUM] : ADJ prophetic;

[VATILLUM, VATILLI] : N shovel; fire/coal/dirt/dung shovel; chafing dish, fire/fumigating/incense pan;

[VAV, UNDECLINED] : N vav; (6th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as v);

[VECORDIA, VECORDIAE] : N frenzy;

[VECORS, (GEN.), VECORDIS] : ADJ mad; frenzied;

[VECTIGAL, VECTIGALIS] : N tax, tribute, revenue;

[VECTIGAL] : revenue.

[VECTIGALIS, VECTIGALIS, VECTIGALE] : ADJ yielding taxes, subject to taxation;

[VECTIGALIS] : tributary.

[VECTIS, VECTIS] : N crowbar, lever;

[VECTO, VECTARE, VECTAVI, VECTATUS] : V transport, carry; (of habitual agent/means); (pass) ride, be conveyed, travel;

[VECTOR, VECTORIS] : N passenger; one that carries or transports;

[VECTORIUS, VECTORIA, VECTORIUM] : ADJ for carrying; (vectorium navigium => transport);

[VECTURA, VECTURAE] : N transportation, carriage;

[VEGEO, VEGERE,] : V stir up, excite;

[VEGETABILIS] : invigorating.

[VEGETO, VEGETARE, VEGETAVI, VEGETATUS] : V invigorate; impart energy to;

[VEGETO] : to invigorate.

[VEGETUS, VEGETA -UM, VEGETIOR -OR -US, VEGETISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ vigorous, active, energetic; invigorating; lively, bright, vivid, quick;

[VEGETUS] : lively, fresh, vigorous.

[VEGRANDIS, VEGRANDIS, VEGRANDE] : ADJ far from large, puny;

[VEGRANDIS] : diminutive, small, tiny.

[VEHEMENS, VEHEMENTIS (GEN.), VEHEMENTIOR -OR -US, VEHEMENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ violent, severe, vehement, emphatic, vigorous;

[VEHEMENTER, VEHEMENTIUS, VEHEMENTISSIME] : ADV vehemently, vigorously; exceedingly, very much;

[VEHEMENTER] : impetuously.

[VEHICULUM, VEHICULI] : N carriage, vehicle;

[VEHICULUM] : conveyance, vehicle.

[VEHO VEXI VECTUM] : to carry, convey.

[VEHO, VEHERE, VEXI, VECTUS] : V bear, carry, convey; pass, ride, sail;

[VEHO] : (in the passive) to sail, ride, drive, etc.

[VEHO] : to sail, convey, carry.

[VEL] : ADV even, actually; or even, in deed; or;

[VEL] : CONJ or; either ... or => vel ... vel;

[VEL] : or, (adv.) even, actually, for example.

[VELAMEN, VELAMINIS] : N veil, covering;

[VELAMEN] : covering, garment.

[VELAMENTUM, VELAMENTI] : N cover, olive-branch wrapped in wool carried by a suppliant;

[VELES, VELITIS] : N light-armed foot-soldier; guerrilla forces (pl.), irregular bands; skirmishers;

[VELES] : light-armed troops.

[VELICO] : to pluck, twitch/ criticize, taunt.

[VELICO] : to pluck, twitch / criticize, taunt.

[VELIFER, VELIFERA, VELIFERUM] : ADJ carrying a sail;

[VELIFICATIO, VELIFICATIONIS] : N sailing;

[VELIFICO, VELIFICARE, VELIFICAVI, VELIFICATUS] : V sail (ship); operate sails; set/direct course; direct effort towards, work for;

[VELIFICOR, VELIFICARI, -, VELIFICATUS SUM] : V sail (ship); operate sails; set/direct course; direct effort towards, work for;

[VELITARIS, VELITARIS, VELITARE] : ADJ of or belonging to the velites (guerrilla forces);

[VELITATIO] : skirmish, bickering, dispute, wrangling

[VELITATIO] : skirmish, bickering, dispute, wrangling.

[VELIVOLA] : winged with sails.

[VELIVOLANS, (GEN.), VELIVOLANTIS] : ADJ flying with sails;

[VELIVOLUS, VELIVOLA, VELIVOLUM] : ADJ speeding along under sail; characterized by speeding sails;

[VELLICO, VELLICARE, VELLICAVI, VELLICATUS] : V pinch, nip; criticize carpingly;

[VELLO, VELLERE, VELLI, VOLSUS] : V pluck, tear out;

[VELLO, VELLERE, VULSI, VULSUS] : V pluck, tear out;

[VELLUS, VELLERIS] : N fleece;

[VELO, VELARE, VELAVI, VELATUS] : V veil, cover, cover up; enfold, wrap, envelop; hide, conceal; clothe in;

[VELOCITAS, VELOCITATIS] : N speed, swiftness; velocity;

[VELOCITAS] : speed, velocity, quickness, swiftness, rapidity.

[VELOCITER, VELOCIUS, VELOCISSIME] : ADV swiftly/rapidly, with speed of movement; quickly, in a short time;

[VELOCITER] : quickly, rapidly, swiftly.

[VELOX, VELOCIS (GEN.), VELOCIOR -OR -US, VELOCISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ swift, quick, fleet, rapid, speedy,;

[VELOX] : fleet, quick, rapid, swift, fast.

[VELOX] : quick, rapid, swift, fast.

[VELUM, VELI] : N sail, covering; curtain (vela vento dare => sail away);

[VELUM] : sail, covering, awning, curtain.

[VELUT] : ADV just as, as if;

[VELUT] : as, just as, as it were, as though

[VELUTI] : ADV just as, as if;

[VENA, VENAE] : N blood-vessel, vein; artery; pulse; fissure, pore, cavity; vein of ore/talent;

[VENABULUM, VENABULI] : N hunting-spear;

[VENALICIUM] : market

[VENALICIUM] : market.

[VENALICIUS, VENALICIA, VENALICIUM] : ADJ for sale;

[VENALICIUS, VENALICI(I)] : N slave dealer;

[VENALIS, VENALIS, VENALE] : ADJ for sale; (that is) on hire; open to the influence of bribes;

[VENALIS] : to be sold, up for sale / a slave

[VENALIS] : to be sold, up for sale/ a slave.

[VENALITER] : by bribery, corruption

[VENALITER] : by bribery, corruption.

[VENATICUS, VENATICA, VENATICUM] : ADJ for hunting;

[VENATIO, VENATIONIS] : N hunting; the chase;

[VENATIO] : hunting, game, the chase

[VENATIO] : hunting, game, the chase.

[VENATOR, VENATORIS] : N hunter;

[VENATOR] : hunter, huntsman.

[VENATOR] : hunter, huntsman

[VENATRIX, VENATRICIS] : N huntress;

[VENATUS, VENATUS] : N hunting, hunt;

[VENATUS] : game.

[VENDIBILIS, VENDIBILIS, VENDIBILE] : ADJ that can (easily) be sold, marketable;

[VENDITIO, VENDITIONIS] : N sale, action/process of selling; document recording a sale;

[VENDITIO] : sale / closing of a bargain

[VENDITIO] : sale/ closing of a bargain.

[VENDITO, VENDITARE, VENDITAVI, VENDITATUS] : V offer for sale; cry up; pay court (to);

[VENDITOR, VENDITORIS] : N seller/vendor; one who sells for bribes or corrupt payments;

[VENDO, VENDERE, VENDIDI, VENDITUS] : V sell;

[VENDO] : to sell, offer for sale, advertise/ betray.

[VENDO] : to sell, offer for sale, advertise / betray

[VENEFICIUM, VENEFICI(I)] : N poisoning; magic, sorcery;

[VENEFICUS, VENEFICA, VENEFICUM] : ADJ poisoning, poisonous; of or connected with sorcery, sorcerous, magic;

[VENEFICUS, VENEFICI] : N poisoner; sorcerer, wizard;

[VENEFICUS] : poisonous, magical/ witch, wizard, caster of spells.

[VENEFICUS] : poisonous, magical / witch, wizard, caster of spells

[VENENATUS, VENENATA, VENENATUM] : ADJ poisonous, venomous, filled with poison; poisoned; bewitched, enchanted, magic;

[VENENIFER, VENENIFERA, VENENIFERUM] : ADJ venomous; containing poison;

[VENENIFER] : poisonous.

[VENENIFER] : poisonous

[VENENO, VENENARE, VENENAVI, VENENATUS] : V imbue or infect with poison; injure by slander;

[VENENUM, VENENI] : N poison; drug;

[VENENUM] : drug, poison, potion.

[VENEO, VENIRE, VENIVI(II), VENITUS] : V go for sale, be sold (e.g. as a slave), be disposed of for financial gain;

[VENERABILIS, VENERABILIS, VENERABILE] : ADJ venerable, august;

[VENERABUNDUS, VENERABUNDA, VENERABUNDUM] : ADJ expressing religious awe (towards);

[VENERATIO, VENERATIONIS] : N veneration, reverence, worship;

[VENERATIO] : respect, reverence, honor, veneration.

[VENERATOR, VENERATORIS] : N one who reveres;

[VENERO, VENERARE, VENERAVI, VENERATUS] : V adore, revere, do homage to, honor, venerate; worship; beg, pray, entreat;

[VENEROR, VENERARI, -, VENERATUS SUM] : V adore, revere, do homage to, honor, venerate; worship; beg, pray, entreat;

[VENETIA, VENETIAE] : N venice; the region in northern italy around venice;

[VENETUS, VENETI] : N veneti; tribe of w. britiany; people inhabiting veneti (venice to po) region;

[veni, ventum] to meet, come upon, find, discover, devise.

[VENI, VIDI, VICI. ] : PHRASE I came, i saw, i conquered.

[VENIA, VENIAE] : N favor, kindness; pardon; permission; indulgence;

[VENIA] : grace, indulgence, favor, pardon, forgiveness.

[VENIO, VENIRE, VENI, VENTUS] : V come;

[VENIO] : to come/ happen, come about, come to pass/ arise.

[VENIO] : to get into a certain state, to fall into.

[VENIRE CONTRA] : to come to.

[VENNUCULA, VENNUCULAE] : N kind of grape;

[VENOR, VENARI, -, VENATUS SUM] : V hunt;

[VENOR] : to hunt,

[VENOR] : to hunt.

[VENTAGIUM] : winnowing.

[VENTER, VENTRIS] : N stomach, womb; belly;

[VENTILABRUM, VENTILABRI] : N winnowing-shovel;

[VENTILO, VENTILARE, VENTILAVI, VENTILATUS] : V expose to a draught; fan; brandish;

[VENTILO] : to fan / to wave something.

[VENTILO] : to fan/ to wave something.

[VENTILO] : to toss in the air.

[VENTIO] : a coming.

[VENTITO, VENTITARE, VENTITAVI, VENTITATUS] : V keep coming; come regularly, come often; resort (to);

[VENTITO] : to come often, to visit frequently.

[VENTORIUM] : winnowing fan.

[VENTORIUM] : winnowing fan. .

[VENTOSA] : conceited.

[VENTOSUS, VENTOSA, VENTOSUM] : ADJ windy; swift (as the wind); fickle, changeable; vain, puffed up;

[VENTOSUS] : full of wind, windy, breezy.

[VENTRICULUS, VENTRICULI] : N belly; a ventricle;

[VENTULUS, VENTULI] : N slight wind;

[VENTULUS] : breeze, soft wind.

[VENTUS, VENTI] : N wind;

[VENTUS] : wind, rumor, favor.

[VENUCULA, VENUCULAE] : N kind of grape;

[VENUM, VENI] : N that which is for sale/sold; put up/exposed for sale (only sg. acc/dat);

[VENUMDO, VENUMDARE, VENUMDEDI, VENUMDATUS] : V to offer for sale, to sell;

[VENUNDO, VENUNDARE, VENUNDEDI, VENUNDATUS] : V to offer for sale, to sell;

[VENUS, VENERIS] : N venus, roman goddess of love;

[VENUSTAS, VENUSTATIS] : N attractiveness, charm, grace; luck in love; delightful conditions (pl.);

[VENUSTAS] : loveliness, charm, attractiveness, beauty.

[VENUSTAS] : loveliness.

[VENUSTE, VENUSTIUS, VENUSTISSIME] : ADV charmingly, attractively, gracefully; in a charming/attractive manner;

[VENUSTO, VENUSTARE, VENUSTAVI, VENUSTATUS] : V make lovely/attractive; beautify; adorn;

[VENUSTUS, VENUSTA, VENUSTUM] : ADJ attractive, charming, graceful, pretty, neat;

[VENUSTUS] : lovely, charming.

[VEPALLIDUS, VEPALLIDA, VEPALLIDUM] : ADJ deathly pale;

[VEPRECULA, VEPRECULAE] : N thorn-bush;

[VEPRES] : thorn-bush, briar.

[VEPRIS, VEPRIS] : N thorn-bush;

[VER, VERIS] : N spring; spring-time of life, youth; (ver sacrum => sacrifice of spring-born);

[VERACITER] : ADV truely; in truth, truthfully; really;

[VERATRUM, VERATRI] : N hellebore;

[VERAX, VERACIS (GEN.), VERACIOR -OR -US, VERACISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ speaking the truth, truthful (people); conveying the truth (things);

[VERBA VOLANT, (LITTERA) SCRIPTA MANET. ] : PHRASE Words fly away, the written (letter) remains.

[VERBENA, VERBENAE] : N leafy branch/twig from aromatic trees/shrubs (religious/medicinal purposes);

[VERBER, VERBERIS] : N lash, whip; blows (pl.), a beating, flogging;

[VERBER] : lashing.

[VERBERA] : (in pl.) blows, a beating, thrashing.

[VERBERA] : (in pl.) blows, a beating, thrashing

[VERBERANTIA] : a flogging

[VERBERANTIA] : a flogging.

[VERBERATUS, VERBERATUS] : N beating; chastisement (vulgate);

[VERBERO, VERBERARE, VERBERAVI, VERBERATUS] : V beat, strike, lash;

[VERBERO, VERBERONIS] : N scoundrel;

[VERBERO] : to lash, beat, whip, flog.

[VERBIGENA] : he who was born of the word (Christ).

[VERBOSUS, VERBOSA, VERBOSUM] : ADJ verbose; copious;

[VERBUM, VERBI] : N word; proverb; verba dare alicui => to cheat, to deceive someone;

[VERBUM] : word.

[VERCINGETORIX, VERCINGETORIGIS] : N vercingetorix; a gaul (avernian). led revolt against caesar in 52 bc;

[VERCUNDUS] : bashful, modest

[VERE, VERIUS, VERISSIME] : ADV really, truly, actually, indeed; rightly, correctly, exactly; truthfully;

[VERE] : in fact, real, true.

[VERE] : truly, really, actually, rightly.

[VERECUNDIA, VERECUNDIAE] : N shame; respect; modesty;

[VERECUNDIA] : feeling of shame, shame, bashfulness.

[VERECUNDOR, VERECUNDARI, -, VERECUNDUS SUM] : V to be bashful, ashamed, shy;

[VERECUNDOR] : to feel diffident, ashamed.

[VERECUNDUS, VERECUNDA -UM, VERECUNDIOR -OR -US, VERECUNDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ modest;

[VERECUNDUS] : bashful, modest.

[VERECUNDUS] : shamefaced.

[VEREDUS, VEREDI] : N swift horse, hunter;

[VERENDUS, VERENDA, VERENDUM] : ADJ that is to be regarded with awe or reverence;

[VERENDUS] : reverend.

[VEREOR, VERERI, -, VERITUS SUM] : V revere, respect; fear; dread;

[VEREOR] : to fear.

[VEREOR] : to respect, fear, be in dread of, to be afraid.

[VERFICO, VERFICARE, VERFICAVI, VERFICATUS] : V verify, confirm the truth/authenticity of; show to be true by evidence;

[VERGILIA, VERGILIAE] : N pleiades (pl.), constellation, seven sisters; (rises early may, sets late oct.);

[VERGILIUS, VERGILI] : N vergil; (roman gens name); (p. vergilius maro => the poet vergil 70-19 bc);

[VERGILIUS, VERGILIA, VERGILIUM] : ADJ vergilius; (roman gens); (p. vergilius maro => the poet vergil 70-19 bc);

[VERGO, VERGERE,] : V incline, lie, slope;

[VERGO] : to bend, incline, verge, to draw to an end.

[VERGOBRETUS, VERGOBRETI] : N minister of justice, executive (of the aedui);

[VERIDICUS, VERIDICA, VERIDICUM] : ADJ truthful;

[VERIDICUS] : truth-telling.

[VERIFICO, VERIFICARE, VERIFICAVI, VERIFICATUS] : V verify, confirm the truth/authenticity of; show to be true by evidence;

[VERILOQUIUM, VERILOQUII] : N etymology;

[VERISIMILIS, VERISIMILIS, VERISIMILE] : ADJ having the appearance of truth;

[VERITAS, VERITATIS] : N truth, honesty;

[VERITAS] : truth.

[VERITAS] : truth..

[VERITAS] : truthfulness.

[VERMICULUS, VERMICULI] : N grub, larva;

[VERMIS, VERMIS] : N worm, maggot;

[VERMIS] : worm.

[VERNA, VERNAE] : N slave born in the master's household; house servant, family slave;

[VERNACULUS, VERNACULA, VERNACULUM] : ADJ domestic, homegrown; indigenous, native; country; low-bred, proletarian;

[VERNILIS, VERNILIS, VERNILE] : ADJ servile, obsequious;

[VERNILITER] : ADV obsequiously, fawningly;

[VERNO, VERNARE, VERNAVI, VERNATUS] : V carry on or undergo the process proper to spring;

[VERNO] : to bloom.

[VERNULA] : servant.

[VERNUS, VERNA, VERNUM] : ADJ of the spring, vernal;

[VERO (CONJ)] : but, truly

[VERO] : ADV yes; in truth; certainly; truly, to be sure; however;

[VERO] : in truth, indeed, to be sure/ however.

[VERO] : in truth, indeed, to be sure / however.

[VERPA, VERPAE] : N penis; penis (as protruded from foreskin); erect penis; (rude);

[VERPUS, VERPA, VERPUM] : ADJ circumcised;

[VERRES, VERRIS] : N boar, uncastrated male hog/swine; wild boar;

[VERRES, VERRIS] : N verres; (roman gentile name); (c. ~ => of sicily, prosecuted by cicero);

[VERRINUS, VERRINA, VERRINUM] : ADJ of a boar;

[VERRIS, VERRIS] : N boar; uncastrated male hog/swine; wild boar;

[VERRO, VERRERE, VERRI, VERSUS] : V sweep clean; sweep together; sweep (to the ground); skim, sweep; sweep along;

[VERRUCA, VERRUCAE] : N wart; excrescence on skin/other things; projection on earth's surface/hill;

[VERRUNCO, VERRUNCERE,] : V turn out; (w/bene, turn out well, have a fortunate outcome);

[VERRUTUM, VERRUTI] : N pike;

[VERSABUNDUS, VERSABUNDA, VERSABUNDUM] : ADJ revolving;

[VERSARA, VERSARAE] : N loan; versaram facere => to get a loan;

[VERSATILIS, VERSATILIS, VERSATILE] : ADJ revolving; versatile;

[VERSICOLOR, (GEN.), VERSICOLORIS] : ADJ having colors that change;

[VERSICULUS, VERSICULI] : N verse;

[VERSIFICATIO, VERSIFICATIONIS] : N making of verses;

[VERSIFICATOR, VERSIFICATORIS] : N versifier;

[VERSIFICO, VERSIFICARE, VERSIFICAVI, VERSIFICATUS] : V to write verse;

[VERSIPELLIS, VERSIPELLIS] : N shape-changer, who can metamorphose to different shape; double-dealer (vulgate);

[VERSO, VERSARE, VERSAVI, VERSATUS] : V keep turning/going round, spin, whirl; ; turn over and over; stir; maneuver;

[VERSO] : to whirl.

[VERSOR, VERSARI, -, VERSATUS SUM] : V move about; live, dwell; be;

[VERSOR] : to remain, be engaged in.

[VERSUS, VERSUS] : N line, verse; furrow, ground traversed before turn; row/string, bench (rowers);

[VERSUS] : ADV toward, in the direction of;

[VERSUS] : line, verse.

[VERSUS] : PREP toward, in the direction of; -ward; usually with name of town;

[VERSUTIA, VERSUTIAE] : N cunning, craft;

[VERSUTIA] : ingenuity.

[VERSUTUS, VERSUTA, VERSUTUM] : ADJ full of stratagems or shifts wily cunning, adroit;

[VERTEX, VERTICIS] : N whirlpool, eddy, vortex; crown of the head; peak, top, summit; the pole;

[VERTICOSUS, VERTICOSA, VERTICOSUM] : ADJ full of whirlpools or eddies;

[VERTIGO, VERTIGINIS] : N whirling or spinning movement, gyration, giddiness, dizziness;

[VERTO IN PROSPERUM] : to turn out well, ascribe, refer.

[VERTO, VERTERE, VERTI, VERSUS] : V turn, turn around; change, alter; overthrow, destroy;

[VERTO] : to flee/ interpret, understand/ upset, overthrow.

[VERTO] : to turn into, tranform.

[VERTO] : to turn, turn around, turn up / to put to flight, rout.

[VERTO] : to turn, turn around, turn up/ to put to flight, rout.

[VERU, VERUS] : N spit, point of javelin;

[VERUM, VERI] : N truth, reality, fact;

[VERUM] : ADV yes; in truth; certainly; truly, to be sure; however; (rare form, usu. vero);

[VERUM-I] : truth, truly, in fact.

[VERUM-I] : truth, truly, in fact

[VERUMTAMEN VERUMPTAMEN] : notwithstanding, nevertheless.

[VERUMTAMEN] : but yet, nevertheless

[VERUMTAMEN] : CONJ but yet, nevertheless, but even so, still (resuming after digression);

[VERUS, VERA -UM, VERIOR -OR -US, VERISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ true, real, genuine, actual; properly named; well founded; right, fair, proper;

[VERUS] : true, real, proper, right.

[VERUTUM, VERUTI] : N dart;

[VERUTUS, VERUTA, VERUTUM] : ADJ armed with a javelin;

[VERVEX, VERVECIS] : N wether (castrated male sheep); stupid/sluggish person;

[VERVEX, VERVIS] : N wether (castrated male sheep); stupid/sluggish person;

[VESANIA, VESANIAE] : N madness, frenzy;

[VESANIENS, (GEN.), VESANIENTIS] : ADJ raging, frenzied;

[VESANUS, VESANA, VESANUM] : ADJ mad, frenzied; wild;

[VESCO, VESCOR] : to feed, to eat.

[VESCOR, VESCI,] : V feed on, eat, enjoy (with abl);

[VESCUS, VESCA, VESCUM] : ADJ thin, attenuated;

[VESICA, VESICAE] : N bladder; balloon;

[VESICA] : bladder, bladder-like tumor.

[VESICUIA, VESICUIAE] : N small bladder-like formation;

[VESICULA, VESICULAE] : N little bladder;

[VESPA, VESPAE] : N wasp;

[VESPASIANUS, VESPASIANI] : N vespasian (tiberius flavius vespasianus, emperor, 69-79 ad);

[VESPER, VESPERI] : N evening star; evening; west; (sub vesperum => towards evening);

[VESPER, VESPERIS] : N evening star; evening; west;

[VESPER] : evening star, evening.

[VESPERA, VESPERAE] : N evening, even-tide;

[VESPERA] : eening prayer, vespers.

[VESPERA] : evening prayer, vespers.

[VESPERASCIT, VESPERASCERE, VESPERASCIT] : V to become evening, grow towards evening; it is growing late;

[VESPERASCO, VESPERASCERE,] : V grow towards evening; grow dark;

[VESPERI] : ADV in the evening;

[VESPERTILIO, VESPERTILIONIS] : N bat; (night flying mammal);

[VESPERTINUS, VESPERTINA, VESPERTINUM] : ADJ evening;

[VESPILLO, VESPILLONIS] : N undertaker who buries paupers; (disreputable trade); night thief/robber (nel);

[VESPILLO, VESPILLONIS] : N undertaker;

[VESPILLO] : undertaker.

[VESTER VESTRA VESTRUM] : (plu.) your, yours.

[VESTER, VESTRA, VESTRUM] : ADJ your (pl.), of/belonging to/associated with you;

[VESTIARIUM, VESTIARI(I)] : N wardrobe, cupboard for storing clothes; money/kind fro a clothing allowance;

[VESTIARIUS, VESTIARI(I)] : N clothes-, concerned with/relating to clothes;

[VESTIARIUS, VESTIARI(I)] : N clothes dealer;

[VESTIBULUM, VESTIBULI] : N entrance, court;

[VESTIGIA TERRENT. ] : PHRASE The footprints frighten me.

[VESTIGIUM, VESTIGI(I)] : N step, track; trace; footstep;

[VESTIGIUM] : footstep, trace, mark. soles of the feet.

[VESTIGIUM] : footstep, trace, mark.

[VESTIGO, VESTIGARE, VESTIGAVI, VESTIGATUS] : V track down, search for; search out; try to find out by searching; investigate;

[VESTIMENTUM, VESTIMENTI] : N garment, robe; clothes;

[VESTIMENTUM] : garment.

[VESTIO VESTIVI VESTITUM] : to clothe.

[VESTIO, VESTIRE, VESTIVI, VESTITUS] : V clothe;

[VESTIO] : to clothe, garb, dress.

[VESTIS VIRUM REDDIT. ] : PHRASE The clothes make the man.

[VESTIS, VESTIS] : N garment, clothing, blanket; clothes; robe;

[VESTIS] : clothing, garment, covering, blanket, carpet, tapestry.

[VESTITUS, VESTITUS] : N clothing;

[VESTITUS] : clothing.

[VESTRUM VESTRI] : your yours/ you may sing about YOUR pretty gals.

[VETER, VETERA, VETERUM] : ADJ old; long established; veteran, bygone; chronic;

[VETER] : of a former time.

[VETERANUS, VETERANA, VETERANUM] : ADJ old, veteran;

[VETERASCO, VETERASCERE,] : V become long-established; grow old (cas);

[VETERATOR, VETERATORIS] : N old hand (often derogatory); experienced practioner; experienced slave;

[VETERATORIE] : ADV adoitly; in a practiced manner; cunningly, craftly (cas);

[VETERATORIUS, VETERATORIA, VETERATORIUM] : ADJ adoit, wily, cunning, crafty; (acquired); bearing mark of practice/experience;

[VETERESCO, VETERESCERE,] : V age;

[VETERINUS, VETERINA, VETERINUM] : ADJ of draught, draught; (w/bestia => beast of burden);

[VETERNUS, VETERNI] : N morbid state of torpor;

[VETERO, VETERARE, VETERAVI, VETERATUS] : V make old; age;

[VETO, VETARE, VETAVI, VETATUS] : V forbid, prohibit; reject, veto; be an obstacle to; prevent;

[VETO, VETARE, VETUI, VETITUS] : V forbid, prohibit; reject, veto; be an obstacle to; prevent;

[VETULUS, VETULA, VETULUM] : ADJ elderly, aging;

[VETUS, VETERIS (GEN.), VETERIOR -OR -US, VETERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ old, aged, ancient; former; veteran, experienced; long standing, chronic;

[VETUS, VETERIS] : N the ancients (pl.), men of old, forefathers;

[VETUS, VETERIS] : N old/ancient times (pl), antiquity; earlier events; old traditions/ways;

[VETUS] : old.

[VETUST, VETUSTIS (GEN.), VETUSTIOR -OR -US, VETUSTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ old, aged, ancient; former; veteran, experienced; long standing, chronic;

[VETUSTAS, VETUSTATIS] : N old age; antiquity; long duration;

[VETUSTE] : ADV in accordance with primitive practice/long standing/ancient practice;

[VETUSTUS, VETUSTA, VETUSTUM] : ADJ ancient, old established; long-established;

[VEXAMEN, VEXAMINIS] : N shaking, jolting; shock; disturbance, upheaval;

[VEXAMEN] : shake-up, upheaval. .

[VEXAMEN] : shake-up, upheaval.

[VEXATIO, VEXATIONIS] : N shaking, jolting; shock; disturbance, upheaval;

[VEXILLARIUS, VEXILLARI(I)] : N standard-bearer; ensign; oldest class of veterans (under empire);

[VEXILLARIUS, VEXILLARI(I)] : N troops (pl.) serving for the time being in a special detachment;

[VEXILLIATIO, VEXILLIATIONIS] : N military detachment;

[VEXILLUM, VEXILLI] : N flag, banner;

[VEXILLUM] : flag, banner, standard/ troop, company, small unit.

[VEXILLUM] : flag, banner, standard / troop, company, small unit.

[VEXO, VEXARE, VEXAVI, VEXATUS] : V shake, jolt, toss violently; annoy, trouble, harass, plague, disturb, vex;

[VEXO] : to vex, annoy, irritate/ shake, toss/ harrass.

[VEXO] : to vex, annoy, irritate / shake, toss.

[VIA, VIAE] : N way, road, street; journey;

[VIA] : road, way, street.

[VIATICUM, VIATICI] : N provision for a journey, traveling allowance; money saved by soldiers;

[VIATICUS, VIATICA, VIATICUM] : ADJ relating to a journey;

[VIATICUS] : pertaining to a journey , a journey/ money, prize-money.

[VIATICUS] : pertaining to a journey , a journey / money, prize-money.

[VIATOR, VIATORIS] : N traveler;

[VIATOR] : traveller/ messenger.

[VIATOR] : traveller / messenger.

[VIBRO, VIBRARE, VIBRAVI, VIBRATUS] : V brandish, wave, crimp, corrugate; rock; propel suddenly; flash; dart; glitter;

[VIBURNUM, VIBURNI] : N guelder rose; wayfaring-tree;

[VICANUS, VICANA, VICANUM] : ADJ dwelling in a village;

[VICANUS, VICANI] : N villagers (pl.);

[VICARIUS, VICARI(I)] : N substitute, deputy; successor;

[VICATIM] : ADV by (urban) districts, street by street; in or by villages;

[VICENSIM] : NUM twentieth;

[VICENSIMUS, VICENSIMA, VICENSIMUM] : NUM twentieth;

[VICENSUM] : NUM twentieth;

[VICENSUMUS, VICENSUMA, VICENSUMUM] : NUM twentieth;

[VICENUS, VICENA, VICENUM] : ADJ twenty each (pl.);

[VICEPRAEPOSITUS, VICEPRAEPOSITI] : N vice-provost; (erasmus);

[VICES] : per vices -- by turns, successively.

[VICESIMA, VICESIMAE] : N five-percent tax;

[VICESIMANUS, VICESIMANI] : N soldiers (pl.) of the twentieth legion;

[VICESIMARIUS, VICESIMARIA, VICESIMARIUM] : ADJ relating to the vicesima (soldier of 20th legion);

[VICIA, VICIAE] : N vetch;

[VICIES] : ADV twenty times;

[VICINA] : neighbor.

[VICINALIS, VICINALIS, VICINALE] : ADJ of or for the use of local inhabitants;

[VICINIA, VICINIAE] : N neighborhood, nearness;

[VICINITAS, VICINITATIS] : N neighborhood, proximity;

[VICINUM, VICINI] : N neighborhood, neighboring place, vicinity (of );

[VICINUS, VICINA, VICINUM] : ADJ nearby, neighboring;

[VICINUS, VICINI] : N neighbor;

[VICINUS] : neighbor/ (med.) resident.

[VICIS CONCOR] : reciprocal service.

[VICIS] : time, occasion, opportunity, event.

[VICISSIM] : ADV in turn, again;

[VICISSIM] : in turn, on the other hand.

[VICISSITUDO, VICISSITUDINIS] : N change, vicissitude;

[VICISSITUDO] : alternation.

[VICISSITUDO] : change, alteration.

[VICTIMA, VICTIMAE] : N victim; animal for sacrifice;

[VICTIMARIUS, VICTIMARII] : N an attendant at a sacrifice;

[VICTIMO, VICTIMARE, VICTIMAVI, VICTIMATUS] : V offer (victim/animal) for sacrifice;

[VICTOR, (GEN.), VICTORIS] : ADJ triumphant;

[VICTOR, VICTORIS] : N conqueror; victor (in apposition -> victorious, conquering);

[VICTORIA, VICTORIAE] : N victory;

[VICTORIATUS, VICTORIATI] : N silver coin stamped with a figure of victory;

[VICTORIOLA, VICTORIOLAE] : N small statue of victory;

[VICTRIX, VICTRICIS] : N conqueror;

[VICTUALE, VICTUALIS] : N provisions (pl.), victuals, sustenance;

[VICTUALIA] : supplies, foodstuffs, provisions.

[VICTUALIA] : supplies, foodstuffs, provisions

[VICTUALIS, VICTUALIS, VICTUALE] : ADJ nutritional; of/associated with bodily sustenance;

[VICTUS, VICTUS] : N living, way of life; that which sustains life; nourishment; provisions; diet;

[VICTUS] : living, manner of life/ nourishment, food.

[VICTUS] : living, manner of life / nourishment, food.

[VICULUS, VICULI] : N small village, hamlet;

[VICUS, VICI] : N village; hamlet; street, row of houses;

[VIDEANT CONSULES NE QUID DETRIMENTI CAPIAT RESPUBLICA. ] : PHRASE May the (roman) consuls see to that no damage comes to the state.

[VIDELICET] : (adv.) (ironically) of course, to be sure.

[VIDELICET] : ADV one may see; clearly, evidently;

[VIDELICET] : clearly, evidently; namely

[VIDELICET] : it is clear/ (adv.) clearly, plainly, namely.

[VIDEO VIDI VISUM] : to see, observe, understand, comprehend.

[VIDEO, VIDERE, VIDI, VISUS] : V see, look at; consider; (pass.) => seem, seem good, appear, be seen;

[VIDEOR] : to be seen, seem, appear.

[VIDUATA] : deprived, widowed, bereft.

[VIDUATUS, VIDUATA, VIDUATUM] : ADJ devoid (of);

[VIDUATUS] : widowhood.

[VIDUITAS, VIDUITATIS] : N widowhood; bereavement;

[VIDUITAS] : celibacy.

[VIDUO, VIDUARE, VIDUAVI, VIDUATUS] : V widow; bereave of a husband;

[VIDUO] : to deprive.

[VIDUUS, VIDUA, VIDUUM] : ADJ widowed, deprived of (with gen.); bereft; unmarried;

[VIEO, VIERE, -, VIETUS] : V plait, weave; bend/twist into basketwork;

[VIEO] : to weave together, stitch, plait.

[VIETUS, VIETA, VIETUM] : ADJ shriveled, wrinkled;

[VIETUS] : shriveled, withered, shrunken.

[VIGENS, VIGENTIS (GEN.), VIGENTIOR -OR -US, VIGENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ vigorous, active;

[VIGENSIM] : NUM twenty;

[VIGENSIMUS, VIGENSIMA, VIGENSIMUM] : NUM twenty;

[VIGENSUM] : NUM twenty;

[VIGENSUMUS, VIGENSUMA, VIGENSUMUM] : NUM twenty;

[VIGENTER, VIGENTIUS, VIGENTISSIME] : ADV vigorously, actively;

[VIGENTIA, VIGENTIAE] : N vigor; authority;

[VIGEO, VIGERE,] : V be strong or vigorous; thrive, flourish, be active, be effective;

[VIGEO] : to flourish, bloom.

[VIGESCO, VIGESCERE, VIGUI] : V acquire strength;

[VIGESCO] : to become vigorous.

[VIGIL, VIGILIS] : N watchman;

[VIGILANS, (GEN.), VIGILANTIS] : ADJ watchful, vigilant;

[VIGILANTIA, VIGILANTIAE] : N vigilance alertness;

[VIGILIA, VIGILIAE] : N watch (a fourth part of the night), vigil, wakefulness;

[VIGILO, VIGILARE, VIGILAVI, VIGILATUS] : V remain awake, be awake; watch; provide for, care for by watching, be vigilant;

[VIGILO] : to be awake, watch, be vigilant/ to keep vigil.

[VIGILO] : to be awake, watch, be vigilant / to keep vigil.

[VIGINTI, VICESIMUS -A -UM, VICENI -AE -A, VICIE(N)S] : NUM twenty;

[VIGINTI] : NUM twenty;

[VIGINTISEXVIR, VIGINTISEXVIRI] : N member of board of twenty six at rome to fill boards of minor magistrates;

[VIGINTIVIR, VIGINTIVIRI] : N member of commission of twenty (by caesar 59 bc)/(municipal administration);

[VIGINTIVIRATUS, VIGINTIVIRATI] : N rank/office of a member of commission of twenty (municipal administrators);

[VIGOR, VIGORIS] : N vigor, liveliness;

[VIGORATUS] : stout, heale, hearty.

[VIGORO] : to animate.

[vikings], heave.

[VILESCO, VILESCERE, VILUI] : V become worthless/bad/vile;

[VILICA, VILICAE] : N wife of a farm overseer;

[VILICATIO, VILICATIONIS] : N function of a farm overseer (slave/free) or estate manager;

[VILICO, VILICARE, VILICAVI, VILICATUS] : V perform duties of farm overseer; act as overseer of estate/public property;

[VILICUS, VILICI] : N farm overseer (slave/free), estate manager; grade of imperial/public servant;

[VILICUS, VILLICUS] : pertaining to an estate, overseer, steward.

[VILIPENDO, VILIPENDERE,] : V despise, slight;

[VILIPENSIO, VILIPENSIONIS] : N disparagement; contempt;

[VILIS, VILIS, VILE] : ADJ cheap, common, mean, worthless;

[VILIS] : cheap, worth little.

[VILIS] : mean, cheap.

[VILITAS, VILITATIS] : N cheapness; worthlessness;

[VILITAS] : cheapness, low-price, worthlessness.

[VILLA, VILLAE] : N farm/country home/estate ; large country residence/seat, villa; village (l+s);

[VILLA] : country house, country estate/ (med.) manor, village.

[VILLA] : country house, country estate /(med.) manor, village.

[VILLICA, VILLICAE] : N wife of a farm overseer;

[VILLICATIO, VILLICATIONIS] : N function of a farm overseer (slave/free) or estate manager;

[VILLICO, VILLICARE, VILLICAVI, VILLICATUS] : V perform duties of farm overseer; act as overseer of estate/public property;

[VILLICUS, VILLICI] : N farm overseer (slave/free), estate manager; grade of imperial/public servant;

[VILLOSUS, VILLOSA, VILLOSUM] : ADJ shaggy;

[VILLULA, VILLULAE] : N small farmstead or country house;

[VILLUS, VILLI] : N shaggy hair, tuft of hair;

[VIMEN, VIMINIS] : N twig, shoot;

[VIMINEUS, VIMINEA, VIMINEUM] : ADJ of wickerwork;

[VINACEUS, VINACEA, VINACEUM] : ADJ belonging to wine or a grape;

[VINAL, VINALIS] : N wine-festivals (pl.) (on 22 april and 19-20 of august);

[VINARIUM, VINARI(I)] : N wine flask/jar;

[VINARIUS, VINARI(I)] : N vintner, wine merchant;

[VINCENTIUS, VINCENTI] : N vincent; (bishop of cartenna, friend of st. augustine of hippo);

[VINCERE SCIS, HANNIBAL, VICTORIA UTI NESCIS. ] : PHRASE You know how to be victorious, hannibal, but not how to take advantage of victory.

[VINCIO, VINCIRE, VINXI, VINCTUS] : V bind, fetter; restrain;

[VINCLUM, VINCLI] : N chain, bond, fetter; imprisonment (pl.);

[VINCO VICI VICTUM] : conquer, overcome, master, win, surpass, excel.

[VINCO, VINCERE, VICI, VICTUS] : V conquer, defeat, excel; outlast; succeed;

[VINCO] : to vanquish, overmatch, excel.

[VINCULUM, VINCULI] : N chain, bond, fetter; imprisonment (pl.);

[VINCULUM] : bond, fetter, tie.

[VINCULUM] : tie, chain.

[VINDEMIA, VINDEMIAE] : N grape-gathering; produce of a vineyard in any given year;

[VINDEMIATOR, VINDEMIATORIS] : N grape-picker;

[VINDEMIATORIUS, VINDEMIATORIA, VINDEMIATORIUM] : ADJ used by a grape-picker (vindemiator);

[VINDEMIO, VINDEMIARE, VINDEMIAVI, VINDEMIATUS] : V gather/ahrvest grapes (for wine); gather grapes with which to make (wine);

[VINDEMIOLA, VINDEMIOLAE] : N little vintage; a perquisite;

[VINDEX, VINDICIS] : N defender, protector;

[VINDICAT SE DE] : to revenge oneself on.

[VINDICATIO, VINDICATIONIS] : N suing for possession; championing (cause); avenging (wrong); punishment;

[VINDICIA, VINDICIAE] : N interim possession (pl.) (of disputed property);

[VINDICO (VINDICATUM)] : claim, arrogate, assume, appropriate.

[VINDICO, VINDICARE, VINDICAVI, VINDICATUS] : V claim, vindicate; punish, avenge;

[VINDICO] : to avenge, punish, liberate, deliver, protect.

[VINDICO] : to claim.

[VINDICO] : to liberate, deliver/ punish, avenge/ claim, assume.

[VINDICTA, VINDICTAE] : N ceremonial act claiming as free one contending wrongly enslaved; vengeance;

[VINEA, VINEAE] : N vines in a vineyard/arranged in rows; vine; (movable) bower-like shelter;

[VINEA] : f, vineyard

[VINEA] : f, vineyard.

[VINETUM, VINETI] : N vineyard;

[VINEUS, VINEA, VINEUM] : ADJ made of/belonging to wine, wine-;

[VINIA, VINIAE] : N vines in a vineyard/arranged in rows; vine; (movable) bower-like shelter;

[VINITOR, VINITORIS] : N vineyard worker;

[VINOLENTIA, VINOLENTIAE] : N wine-drinking, intoxication;

[VINOLENTUS, VINOLENTA, VINOLENTUM] : ADJ mixed with wine; drunk, intoxicated;

[VINOSUS, VINOSA, VINOSUM] : ADJ immoderately fond of wine, intoxicated with wine;

[VINUM, VINI] : N wine;

[VINUM] : wine.

[vinxi, victum] to tie up, bind.

[VIOCURUS, VIOCURI] : N one who has charge of roads;

[VIOLA, VIOLAE] : N violet stock, gillyvor; violet color;

[VIOLABILIS, VIOLABILIS, VIOLABILE] : ADJ that may be violated or suffer outrage;

[VIOLACEUS, VIOLACEA, VIOLACEUM] : ADJ violet-colored;

[VIOLARIUM, VIOLARI(I)] : N bed of violets;

[VIOLATIO, VIOLATIONIS] : N profanation, violation;

[VIOLATOR, VIOLATORIS] : N profaner, violator;

[VIOLENS, (GEN.), VIOLENTIS] : ADJ violent;

[VIOLENTER, VIOLENTIUS, VIOLENTISSIME] : ADV violently, w/unreasonable/destructive force; w/violent (expression of) feelings;

[VIOLENTIA, VIOLENTIAE] : N violence, aggressiveness;

[VIOLENTUS, VIOLENTA, VIOLENTUM] : ADJ violent, vehement, impetuous, boisterous;

[VIOLENTUS] : boisterous.

[VIOLO, VIOLARE, VIOLAVI, VIOLATUS] : V violate, dishonor; outrage;

[VIOLO] : to injure.

[VIPERA, VIPERAE] : N viper, snake;

[VIPEREUS, VIPEREA, VIPEREUM] : ADJ of a viper/snake; of vipers;

[VIPERINUS, VIPERINA, VIPERINUM] : ADJ of a viper/snake; of vipers;

[VIR, VIRI] : N man; husband; hero; person of courage, honor, and nobility;

[VIR] : man, hero, man of courage.

[VIRAGO, VIRAGINIS] : N a warlike or heroic woman;

[VIRECTUM, VIRECTI] : N area of greenery;

[VIREO, VIRERE, VIRUI] : V be green or verdant; be lively or vigorous; be full of youthful vigor;

[VIRESCO, VIRESCERE,] : V turn green;

[VIRGA, VIRGAE] : N twig, sprout, stalk; switch, rod; staff, wand; stripe/streak; scepter (plater);

[VIRGA] : a green twig, rod, stick, wand, broom, streak, stripe.

[VIRGATUS, VIRGATA, VIRGATUM] : ADJ made of twigs striped;

[VIRGETUM, VIRGETI] : N an osier-bed, thicket of rods;

[VIRGEUS, VIRGEA, VIRGEUM] : ADJ consisting of twigs or shoots;

[VIRGINARIUS, VIRGINARIA, VIRGINARIUM] : ADJ maidenly;

[VIRGINEUS, VIRGINEA, VIRGINEUM] : ADJ maidenly;

[VIRGINITAS, VIRGINITATIS] : N maidenhood, virginity;

[VIRGO, VIRGINIS] : N maiden, young woman;

[VIRGO] : maiden, virgin, young girl.

[VIRGO] : maiden.

[VIRGULA, VIRGULAE] : N little bough, twig; a rod, staff;

[VIRGULTUM, VIRGULTI] : N brushwood;

[VIRGUNCULA, VIRGUNCULAE] : N little girl;

[VIRIDIS, VIRIDIS, VIRIDE] : ADJ fresh, green; blooming,youthful;

[VIRIDIS] : green.

[VIRIDO, VIRIDARE, VIRIDAVI, VIRIDATUS] : V make green; be green;

[VIRIDOR, VIRIDARI, -, VIRIDATUS SUM] : V become green;

[VIRILIS, VIRILIS, VIRILE] : ADJ manly, virile; mature;

[VIRILITER, VIRILIUS, VIRILISSIME] : ADV with masculine/manly vigor; manfully/in a manly/virile way; powerfully (souter);

[VIRILITER] : manfully.

[VIRITIM] : ADV man by man; individually;

[VIRITUALIS, VIRITUALIS, VIRITUALE] : ADJ pertaining to/coming from the power/potentiality of a thing; virtuous;

[VIROR, VIRORIS] : N verdure, fresh green quality (of vegetation);

[VIROSUS, VIROSA, VIROSUM] : ADJ having an unpleasantly strong taste or smell, rank;

[VIRTUS, VIRTUTIS] : N army; host; (dominus ~ => lord of hosts); mighty works (pl.); class of angels;

[VIRTUS, VIRTUTIS] : N strength/power; courage/bravery; worth/manliness/virtue/character/excellence;

[VIRTUS] : manliness, excellence, character, worth, courage.

[VIRUS, VIRI] : N venom (sg.), poisonous secretion of snakes/creatures/plants; acrid element;

[VIS VIRES (PL.)] : force, power, strength, might, influence.

[VIS, VIRIS] : N strength (bodily) (pl.), force, power, might, violence; resources; large body;

[VIS, VIS] : N strength (sg. only, not acc), force, power, might, violence;

[VIS] : (sing.) violence/ a large number, quantity, a force/ nature.

[VIS] : (sing.) violence / a large number, quantity, a force / nature

[VIS] : force.

[VISCATUS, VISCATA, VISCATUM] : ADJ smeared with birdlime;

[VISCER, VISCERIS] : N entrails; innermost part of the body; heart; vitals;

[VISCERATIO, VISCERATIONIS] : N a communal sacrificial feast at which the flesh of the victim was shared among;

[VISCUM, VISCI] : N mistletoe; bird-lime (made from mistletoe berries);

[VISCUS, VISCERIS] : N soft fleshy body parts (usu. pl.), internal organs; entrails, flesh; offspring;

[VISCUS, VISCI] : N mistletoe; bird-lime (made from mistletoe berries);

[VISCUS] : flesh, internal organs, bowels, entrails, heart.

[VISCUS] : flesh, internal organs, bowels, entrails, heart

[VISIBILIS, VISIBILIS, VISIBILE] : ADJ visible, capable of being seen; capable of seeing;

[VISIO, VISIONIS] : N vision;

[VISIO] : likeness, face, visage

[VISIO] : likeness, face, visage.

[VISITATIO, VISITATIONIS] : N visit/visiting/visitation; (to sick/prisoners); visit of inspection/supervision;

[VISITATIO, VISITATIONIS] : N action of seeing frequently; sight/appearance (l+s); visitation; punishment;

[VISITATOR, VISITATORIS] : N visitor; frequent visitor;

[VISITO, VISITARE, VISITAVI, VISITATUS] : V visit, call upon; see frequently/habitually;

[VISO, VISERE, VISI, VISUS] : V go to see, visit, look at;

[VISON, VISONTIS] : N bison; wild ox;

[VISPELLIO, VISPELLIONIS] : N undertaker who buries paupers; (disreputable trade); night thief/robber (nel);

[VISPILIO, VISPILIONIS] : N undertaker who buries paupers; (disreputable trade); night thief/robber (nel);

[VISPILIO] : a thief by night, robber.

[VISPILLO, VISPILLONIS] : N undertaker who buries paupers; (disreputable trade); night thief/robber (nel);

[VISUM, VISI] : N vision; that which is seen, appearance, sight; visual/mental image;

[VISUS, VISUS] : N look, sight, appearance; vision;

[VITA, VITAE] : N life, career, livelihood; mode of life;

[VITA] : life, way of life.

[VITABILIS, VITABILIS, VITABILE] : ADJ to be avoided;

[VITABUNDUS, VITABUNDA, VITABUNDUM] : ADJ taking evasive action;

[VITAL, VITALIS] : N grave clothes (pl.);

[VITALIS, VITALIS, VITALE] : ADJ vital;

[VITALITER] : ADV so as to endow with life;

[VITELLIUS, VITELLI] : N vitellius (emperor, 69 ad, year of the 4 emperors);

[VITELLUS, VITELLI] : N little calf; yolk of an egg;

[VITEUS, VITEA, VITEUM] : ADJ belonging to a vine;

[VITICULA, VITICULAE] : N little vine;

[VITIFER, VITIFERA, VITIFERUM] : ADJ vine-bearing;

[VITIGENUS, VITIGENA, VITIGENUM] : ADJ produced from the vine;

[VITIIS NEMO SINE NASCITUR. ] : PHRASE No-one is born without faults.

[VITIO, VITIARE, VITIAVI, VITIATUS] : V make faulty, spoil, damage; vitiate;

[VITIOSUS, VITIOSA, VITIOSUM] : ADJ full of vice, vicious;

[VITIS, VITIS] : N vine; grape vine;

[VITISATOR, VITISATORIS] : N vine-planter;

[VITIUM, VITI(I)] : N fault, vice, crime, sin; defect;

[VITIUM] : fault, vice, crime.

[VITO, VITARE, VITAVI, VITATUS] : V avoid, shun; evade;

[VITO] : to avoid, shun.

[VITREUS, VITREA, VITREUM] : ADJ of glass; resembling glass in its color (greenish), translucency, or glitter;

[VITRICUS, VITRICI] : N stepfather;

[VITRICUS] : step-father.

[VITRUM, VITRI] : N woad, a blue dye used by the britons;

[VITTA, VITTAE] : N band, ribbon; fillet;

[VITTATUS, VITTATA, VITTATUM] : ADJ wearing or carrying a ritual vitta;

[VITUALAMEN] : sacrifice, offering.

[VITUALIS] : manliness, virtues.

[VITUALIS-E] : manliness, virtures

[VITULA, VITULAE] : N calf, young cow;

[VITULAMEN, VITULAMINIS] : N shoot, sucker, sprig;

[VITULINA, VITULINAE] : N veal;

[VITULINUS, VITULINA, VITULINUM] : ADJ of a calf; (w/assum => roast veal);

[VITULUS, VITULI] : N calf;

[VITUPERABILIS] : blameworthy.

[VITUPERIUM] : insult

[VITUPERIUM] : insult.

[VITUPERO, VITUPERARE, VITUPERAVI, VITUPERATUS] : V find fault with, blame, reproach, disparage, scold, censure;

[VITUPERO] : to disparage.

[VIVA VOCE] : aloud.

[VIVA VOX] : an oral statement.

[VIVA VOX] : an oral statement

[VIVARIUM, VIVARI(I)] : N game enclosure or preserve;

[VIVAX, VIVACIS (GEN.), VIVACIOR -OR -US, VIVACISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ long-lived, tenacious of life; lively, vigorous, energetic; high-spirited;

[VIVAX] : lively.

[VIVERE EST COGITARE. ] : PHRASE To live is to think.

[VIVERRA, VIVERRAE] : N ferret/similar animal;

[VIVESCO, VIVESCERE, VIXI] : V come to life; begin to live; become lively;

[VIVIDUS, VIVIDA, VIVIDUM] : ADJ lively, vigorous spirited lifelike;

[VIVIFICO, VIVIFICARE, VIVIFICAVI, VIVIFICATUS] : V bring back to life; make live;

[VIVIFICO] : to quicken.

[VIVIFICUS] : live-giving, life-restoring.

[VIVIFICUS] : live-giving, life-restoring

[VIVIRADIX, VIVIRADICIS] : N cutting with a root, a layer;

[VIVO VIXI VICTUM] : to live, be alive.

[VIVO, VIVERE, VIXI, VICTUS] : V be alive, live; survive; reside;

[VIVO] : to live, to sustain, support life.

[VIVUS, VIVA, VIVUM] : ADJ alive, fresh; living;

[VIX] : ADV hardly, scarcely, with difficulty;

[VIX] : scarcely, hardly, with difficulty, barely.

[VIXDUM] : ADV scarcely yet, only just;

[vixi victum] to live, be alive.

[VOBIS] : (abl.) you / who knows more than YOU? i do!

[VOBIS] : (abl.) you/ who knows more than YOU? i do!.

[VOBIS] : (dat.) you/ i'm talkin' to YOU, yeah, talkin' 'bout Cindy.

[VOBIS] : (dat.) you / i'm talkin' to YOU, yeah, talkin' 'bout Cindy.

[VOCABULUM, VOCABULI] : N noun, common/concrete noun; word used to designate thing/idea, term, name;

[VOCALIS, VOCALIS, VOCALE] : ADJ able to speak; having a notable voice; tuneful;

[VOCAMEN, VOCAMINIS] : N designation, name;

[VOCATIO, VOCATIONIS] : N calling; vocation;

[VOCATUS, VOCATUS] : N peremptory or urgent call;

[VOCIFERATIO, VOCIFERATIONIS] : N loud cry, yell;

[VOCIFERATIO] : outcry.

[VOCIFEROR, VOCIFERARI, -, VOCIFERATUS SUM] : V utter a loud cry, shout, yell, cry out, announce loudly;

[VOCIFEROR] : to cry aloud, shout.

[VOCITO, VOCITARE, VOCITAVI, VOCITATUS] : V call;

[VOCO IN DUBIUM] : to call into question.

[VOCO, VOCARE, VOCAVI, VOCATUS] : V call, summon; name; call upon;

[VOCO] : to call, summon, name invite.

[VOCO] : to summon.

[VOCULA, VOCULAE] : N low, weak voice; a low tone; a petty speech;

[VOLAEMUM, VOLAEMI] : N a large kind of pear;

[VOLANTES, VOLANTIS] : N birds (pl.);

[VOLATICUS, VOLATICA, VOLATICUM] : ADJ winged, flying; flighty, inconstant;

[VOLATICUS] : winged, flying/ inconstant, unreliable/ flighty.

[VOLATICUS] : winged, flying / inconstant, unreliable/ flighty.

[VOLATILIS, VOLATILIS, VOLATILE] : ADJ equipped to fly, flying fleeing, fleeting transient;

[VOLATILIS] : wuged, flying / swift, rapid / fleeting, transitory.

[VOLATILIS] : wuged, flying/ swift, rapid/ fleeting, transitory.

[VOLATOR] : fowler, hunter of birds.

[VOLATUS, VOLATUS] : N flight;

[VOLCANUS, VOLCANI] : N vulcan, the god of fire; fire;

[VOLENS, (GEN.), VOLENTIS] : ADJ willing, welcome;

[VOLENS] : willing, favorable.

[VOLENS] : wishing, willing, favorable.

[VOLGO, VOLGARE, VOLGAVI, VOLGATUS] : V spread around/among the multitude; publish, divulge, circulate; prostitute;

[VOLGO] : ADV generally, universally, everywhere; publicly, in/to the crowd/multitude/world;

[VOLGUS, VOLGI] : N common people/general public/multitiude/common herd/rabble/crowd/mob; flock;

[VOLITO, VOLITARE, VOLITAVI, VOLITATUS] : V fly about, hover over;

[VOLITO] : to rush back and forth, flutter, flit about / hurry, hasten.

[VOLITO] : to rush back and forth, flutter, flit about/ hurry, hasten.

[VOLNERO, VOLNERARE, VOLNERAVI, VOLNERATUS] : V wound/injure/harm, pain/distress; inflict wound on; damage (things/interest of);

[VOLNIFICUS, VOLNIFICA, VOLNIFICUM] : ADJ causing wounds;

[VOLNUS, VOLNERIS] : N wound; mental/emotional hurt; injury to one's interests; wound of love;

[VOLO (SIBI VELLE)] : to mean, signify, denote.

[VOLO, VELLE, VOLUI] : V wish, want, prefer; be willing, will;

[VOLO, VOLARE, VOLAVI, VOLATUS] : V fly;

[VOLO, VOLONIS] : N volunteers (pl.); (in the second punic war);

[VOLO] : to fly, speed, move rapidly.

[VOLO] : to wish, want, will, ordain, suppose, maintain that, be willing.

[VOLPES, VOLPIS] : N fox;

[VOLSELLA, VOLSELLAE] : N pair of tweezers;

[VOLTUR, VOLTURIS] : N vulture;

[VOLTURIUS, VOLTURI(I)] : N vulture;

[VOLTUS, VOLTUS] : N face, expression; looks;

[VOLUBILIS, VOLUBILIS, VOLUBILE] : ADJ winding, twisting;

[VOLUBILIS] : (of speech) rapid, fluent, voluble.

[VOLUBILIS] : rolling, revolving, turning around / changeable, inconstant.

[VOLUBILIS] : rolling, revolving, turning around/ changeable, inconstant.

[VOLUBILITAS, VOLUBILITATIS] : N rapid turning, whirling; circular motion; fickleness (fate); fluency (speech);

[VOLUBILITER] : fluently.

[VOLUCER, VOLUCRIS, VOLUCRE] : ADJ winged, flying; in rapid motion, fleet; transient, fleeting;

[VOLUCER, VOLUCRIS] : N bird, flying insect/creature;

[VOLUCRIS, VOLUCRIS] : N bird, flying insect/creature;

[VOLUCRIS] : flying creature, winged, winged creature.

[VOLUMEN, VOLUMINIS] : N book, chapter, fold;

[VOLUNTARIE] : willingly.

[VOLUNTARIUS, VOLUNTARI(I)] : N volunteer;

[VOLUNTARIUS, VOLUNTARIA, VOLUNTARIUM] : ADJ willing, voluntary;

[VOLUNTARIUS] : willing.

[VOLUNTAS, VOLUNTATIS] : N will, desire; purpose; good will; wish, favor, consent;

[VOLUNTAS] : last will, testament/ meaning, sense.

[VOLUNTAS] : last will, testament / meaning, sense.

[VOLUNTAS] : will, purpose.

[VOLUNTAS] : wish, will, inclination/ good will.

[VOLUNTAS] : wish, will, inclination / good will.

[VOLUP] : ADV with pleasure; pleasurably; (~ esse => be pleasurable/a source of pleasure);

[VOLUP] : agreeably, pleasantly.

[VOLUPE] : ADV with pleasure; pleasurably; (~ esse => be a source of pleasure) (early);

[VOLUPTARIUS, VOLUPTARIA, VOLUPTARIUM] : ADJ pleasant; concerned with or devoted to pleasure;

[VOLUPTARIUS] : pleasant, one devoted to pleasure.

[VOLUPTAS, VOLUPTATIS] : N pleasure, delight, enjoyment;

[VOLUPTAS] : pleasure.

[VOLUPTAS] : sensual delight.

[VOLUPTUOSUS, VOLUPTUOSA, VOLUPTUOSUM] : ADJ delightful;

[VOLUPTUOSUS] : delightful, pleasurable.

[VOLUPTUOSUS] : luxurious, pleasure-seeking.

[VOLUTABRUM, VOLUTABRI] : N place where pigs wallow, wallowing hole;

[VOLUTABRUM] : pigsty, slough.

[VOLUTABUNDUS, VOLUTABUNDA, VOLUTABUNDUM] : ADJ rolling, wallowing;

[VOLUTO, VOLUTARE, VOLUTAVI, VOLUTATUS] : V roll, wallow, turn over in one's mind, think or talk over;

[VOLVA, VOLVAE] : N womb; (esp. sow's womb);

[VOLVO, VOLVERE, VOLVI, VOLUTUS] : V roll, revolve;

[VOLVO] : to meditate upon, roll on or onwards.

[VOMER, VOMERIS] : N ploughshare; stylus (for writing with (l+s); (metaphor for penis);

[VOMER] : ploughshare.

[VOMER] : plowshare.

[VOMICA, VOMICAE] : N abscess, boil, gathering of pus; gathering of fluid found in minerals;

[VOMICA] : ulcer, sore, boil/ plague, curse.

[VOMICA] : ulcer, sore, boil / plague, curse.

[VOMITIO, VOMITIONIS] : N vomit; vomited matter; act of vomiting;

[VOMITO, VOMITARE, VOMITAVI, VOMITATUS] : V vomit frequently or continually;

[VOMITO] : to vomit, vomit forth, throw up.

[VOMITOR, VOMITORIS] : N one who vomits, vomiter;

[VOMITORIUS, VOMITORIA, VOMITORIUM] : ADJ emetic, that is used to provoke vomiting;

[VOMITUS, VOMITUS] : N vomit; vomited matter; act of vomiting;

[VOMO, VOMERE, VOMUI, VOMITUS] : V be sick, vomit; discharge, spew out; belch out;

[VORAGO, VORAGINIS] : N deep hole, chasm, watery hollow;

[VORAGO] : chasm, pit, abyss.

[VORAX, VORACIS] : N ravenous; insatiable; devouring;

[VORAX] : gluttonous, voracious.

[VORO, VORARE, VORAVI, VORATUS] : V swallow, devour;

[VORO] : to eat greedily, swallow up, consume, gorge oneself.

[VORSIPELLIS, VORSIPELLIS] : N shape-changer, who can metamorphose to different shape; double-dealer (vulgate);

[VORTEX, VORTICIS] : N whirlpool, eddy, vortex; crown of the head; peak, top, summit; the pole;

[VOS] : (acc.) you (pl) / I'll fight YOU all, then .. bring me giants!

[VOS] : (acc.) you (pl)/ I'll fight YOU all, then; bring me giants!.

[VOS] : you (pl) / YOU can't catch me, i'm the gingerbread man.

[VOS] : you (pl)/ YOU can't catch me, i'm the gingerbread man.

[VOSTER, VOSTRA, VOSTRUM] : ADJ your (pl.), of/belonging to/associated with you;

[VOTIVUS, VOTIVA, VOTIVUM] : ADJ offered in fulfillment of a vow;

[VOTO, VOTARE, VOTUI, VOTITUS] : V forbid, prohibit; reject, veto; be an obstacle to; prevent;

[VOTUM, VOTI] : N vow, pledge, religious undertaking/promise; prayer, wish; votive offering;

[VOTUM] : prayer, wish, desire/ vow, promise to God.

[VOTUM] : prayer, wish, desire / vow, promise to God.

[VOVEO VOVI VOTUM] : to promise to God, vow, pray for.

[VOVEO, VOVERE, VOVI, VOTUS] : V vow, dedicate, consecrate;

[VOVEO] : to vow.

[VOX POPULI, VOX DEI. ] : PHRASE The voice of the people is the voice of god.

[VOX, VOCIS] : N voice, tone, expression;

[VOX] : cry, voice/ jurisdiction, authority.

[VULCANUS, VULCANI] : N vulcan, the god of fire; fire;

[VULCANUS] : fire-god.

[VULGARIS, VULGARIS, VULGARE] : ADJ usual, common, commonplace, everyday; of the common people; shared by all;

[VULGARIS] : common, ordinary, usual.

[VULGARITER] : in the common way, ordinary manner.

[VULGATOR, VULGATORIS] : N divulger;

[VULGATUS, VULGATA, VULGATUM] : ADJ common, ordinary; conventional, well-known;

[VULGIVAGUS, VULGIVAGA, VULGIVAGUM] : ADJ widely ranging; promiscuous;

[VULGIVAGUS] : wandering, vagrant, intinerant.

[VULGO, VULGARE, VULGAVI, VULGATUS] : V spread around/among the multitude; publish, divulge, circulate; prostitute;

[VULGO] : ADV generally, ususlly; universally; publicly, in/to the crowd/multitude/world;

[VULGO] : to spread, publish, impart, make accessible.

[VULGUS, VULGI] : N common people/general public/multitiude/common herd/rabble/crowd/mob; flock;

[VULGUS] : the common people, mob, rabble, mass, multitude.

[VULGUS] : the common people, mob, rabble.

[VULNERANT OMNES,ULTIMA NECAT. ] : PHRASE All of them wound, the last one kills.

[VULNERO, VULNERARE, VULNERAVI, VULNERATUS] : V wound/injure/harm, pain/distress; inflict wound on; damage (things/interest of);

[VULNERO] : to wound, injure, hurt, harm.

[VULNIFICUS, VULNIFICA, VULNIFICUM] : ADJ causing wounds;

[VULNUS, VULNERIS] : N wound; mental/emotional hurt; injury to one's interests; wound of love;

[VULNUS] : wound.

[VULO] : V wish, want, prefer; be willing, will;

[VULPECULA, VULPECULAE] : N fox (little);

[VULPES VOLPES] : fox.

[VULPES, VULPIS] : N fox;

[VULTICULUS, VULTICULI] : N look, aspect;

[VULTICULUS] : look, aspect, appearance.

[VULTUOSUS, VULTUOSA, VULTUOSUM] : ADJ grimacing, affected;

[VULTUOSUS] : grimacing, affected.

[VULTUR, VULTURIS] : N vulture;

[VULTURIUS, VULTURI(I)] : N vulture;

[VULTUS, VULTUS] : N face, expression; looks;

[VULTUS] : a face, appearance, shape, form.

[VULTUS] : expression of the face, countenance, look, aspect.

[VULTUS] : the face.

[VULVA, VULVAE] : N womb; (esp. sow's womb); W:

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