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A
A
cross-reference

a
a
cross-reference

a
ā
preposition
[space] from

a
ā
interjection
ah! alas!

ab
ab
preposition
[space] from

abactus
abāctus
adjective
driven away

abacus
abacus
noun
a table of precious material for the display of plate

abalienatio
abaliēnātiō
noun
[in law] a transfer of property

abalieno
abaliēnō
verb
to convey away

Abanteus
Abantēus
adjective
of Abas (king of Argos)

Abantiades
Abantiadēs
noun
a son or descendant of Abas (king of Argos)

abavus
abavus
noun
a grandfather's grandfather

abcido
abcīdō
verb
to cut off

Abderum
Abdērum
noun
a town of Thrace

abdicatio
abdicātiō
noun
a formal laying down

abdico
abdicō
verb
to disown

abdico
abdīcō
verb
[opp. addico] to forbid by an unfavorable omen

abditus
abditus
adjective
hidden

abdo
abdō
verb
to put away

abdomen
abdōmen
noun
the belly

abduco
abdūcō
verb
to lead away

Abella
Abella
noun
a town of Campania

abeo
abeō
verb
to go from

abequito
abequitō
verb
to ride away [once]

aberam
aberam
cross-reference

aberratio
aberrātiō
noun
a relief

aberro
aberrō
verb
to wander out of the way

abesse
abesse
cross-reference

abfore
abfore
cross-reference

abforem
abforem
cross-reference

abhinc
abhinc
adverb
[of time] ago

abhorrens
abhorrēns
adjective
incongruous

abhorreo
abhorreō
verb
to shrink back from

abicio
abiciō
verb
to throw from one

abiecte
abiectē
adverb
dispiritedly

abiectio
abiectiō
noun
a casting down

abiectus
abiectus
adjective
low

abiegnus
abiēgnus
adjective
of fir-wood

abies
abiēs
noun
the fir-tree

abigo
abigō
verb
to drive away

abiicio
abiiciō
cross-reference

abiicio
abiiciō
verb
to throw from one

abin'
abin'
cross-reference

abitio
abitiō
noun
a departure

abitus
abitus
noun
a departure

abiudico
abiūdicō
verb
to give judgment against

abiungo
abiungō
verb
to unyoke

abiuro
abiūrō
verb
to deny on oath

ablatus
ablātus
participle
p. of aufero

ablegatio
ablēgātiō
noun
a sending away

ablego
ablēgō
verb
to send off

abligurio
abligūriō
verb
to consume in dainty living

abligurrio
abligurriō
verb
to consume in dainty living

abludo
ablūdō
verb
to play out of tune

abluo
abluō
verb
to wash away

abnego
abnegō
verb
to refuse

abnormis
abnōrmis
adjective
deviating from rule

abnuo
abnuō
verb
to refuse by a sign

abnuto
abnūtō
verb
to forbid with emphasis [old]

aboleo
aboleō
verb
to destroy

abolesco
abolēscō
verb
to decay gradually

abolitio
abolitiō
noun
an abolition

abolla
abolla
noun
a mantle

abominor
abōminor
verb
[originally of bad omens] to deprecate

Aboriginis
Aborīginis
noun
the first ancestors of the Romans

abortio
abortiō
noun
the procuring of an untimely birth

abortivus
abortīvus
adjective
prematurely born

abortus
abortus
noun
an untimely birth

abrado
abrādō
verb
to scrape away

abreptus
abreptus
participle
p. of abripio

abripio
abripiō
verb
to take forcibly away

abrogatio
abrogātiō
noun
repeal [once]

abrogo
abrogō
verb
to repeal

abrotonum
abrotonum
noun
an aromatic plant

abrumpo
abrumpō
verb
to break off

abruptio
abruptiō
noun
a breaking off

abruptus
abruptus
adjective
broken off

abs
abs
preposition
[space] from

abscedo
abscēdō
verb
to give way

abscessio
abscessiō
noun
diminution [once]

abscessus
abscessus
noun
a going away

abscido
abscīdō
verb
to cut off

abscindo
abscindō
verb
to tear off

abscisio
abscīsiō
noun
[in rhetoric] a breaking off

abscissus
abscissus
participle
p. of abscindo

abscisus
abscīsus
adjective
cut off

abscondite
absconditē
adverb
[of style] obscurely

absconditus
absconditus
adjective
concealed

abscondo
abscondō
verb
to put out of sight

absens
absēns
adjective
absent

absentia
absentia
noun
absence [rare]

absimilis
absimilis
adjective
unlike [once]

absisto
absistō
verb
to withdraw from

absolute
absolūtē
adverb
completely

absolutio
absolūtiō
noun
[in law] an acquittal

absolutus
absolūtus
adjective
complete

absolvo
absolvō
verb
to set free

absonus
absonus
adjective
deviating from the right tone

absorbeo
absorbeō
verb
to swallow down

absp
absp
cross-reference

abspello
abspellō
verb
to drive away

absporto
absportō
verb
to carry away

absque
absque
preposition
[properly] apart from

abstemius
abstēmius
adjective
abstaining from drink

abstergeo
abstergeō
verb
to wipe off

absterreo
absterreō
verb
to frighten off

abstinens
abstinēns
adjective
abstinent

abstinenter
abstinenter
adverb
[rare] unselfishly

abstinentia
abstinentia
noun
abstinence

abstineo
abstineō
verb
to keep back

absto
abstō
verb
to stand off [rare]

abstractus
abstractus
participle
p. of abstraho

abstraho
abstrahō
verb
to drag away

abstrudo
abstrūdō
verb
to thrust away

abstrusus
abstrūsus
adjective
hidden

abstuli
abstulī
cross-reference
perf. of aufero

absum
absum
verb
to be away from

absumo
absūmō
verb
to take away

absurde
absurdē
adverb
inharmoniously

absurdus
absurdus
adjective
out of tune

abundans
abundāns
adjective
[of rivers etc] overflowing

abundanter
abundanter
adverb
fully

abundantia
abundantia
noun
plenty

abunde
abundē
adverb
in profusion

abundo
abundō
verb
to overflow

abusio
abūsiō
noun
[in rhetoric] the improper use of a word

abusque
abūsque
preposition
all the way from

abusus
abūsus
noun
an abusing

abutor
abūtor
verb
to use up

Abydenus
Abȳdēnus
adjective
of Abydus (a town in Mysia)

ac
ac
conjunction
and

Academia
Acadēmīa
noun
the gymnasium near Athens

Academicum
Acadēmicum
noun
the title of Cicero's treatise on the Academic philosophy

Academicus
Acadēmicus
noun
an Academic philosopher

Academicus
Acadēmicus
adjective
of the Academy

Academus
Acadēmus
noun
a mythical hero of Athens

acalanthis
acalanthis
noun
a small bird

acanthus
acanthus
noun
a plant

Acarnanicus
Acarnānicus
adjective
of Acarnania (a country of western Greece)

Acbarus
Acbarus
noun
the local title of the Arabian kings of Edessa

accedo
accēdō
verb
to go to

acceleratio
accelerātiō
noun
a hastening

accendo
accendō
verb
to kindle

accenseo
accēnseō
verb
to reckon to

accensus
accēnsus
participle
p. of accendo

accensus
accēnsus
noun
an attendant of a magistrate

accensus
accēnsus
noun
unarmed supernumeraries of a legion

acceptio
acceptiō
noun
a taking

accepto
acceptō
verb
to take

acceptum
acceptum
noun
the receipt

acceptus
acceptus
adjective
welcome

accerso
accersō
verb
to cause to come

accessio
accessiō
noun
a coming to

accessus
accessus
noun
a coming near

Accianus
Acciānus
adjective
of the poet Lu. Accius

accido
accīdō
verb
to cut

accido
accidō
verb
to fall upon

accingo
accingō
verb
to gird to

accio
acciō
verb
to call

accipio
accipiō
verb
to take without effort

accipiter
accipiter
noun
a bird of prey

accisus
accīsus
cross-reference
impaired

accisus
accīsus
adjective
p. of 2 acci_do

accitus
accītus
noun
a summons

accitus
accītus
participle
p. of accio

acclamatio
acclāmātiō
noun
a calling

acclamo
acclāmō
verb
to call to

acclaro
acclārō
verb
[in the language of augurs] to make clear

acclinatus
acclīnātus
adjective
recumbent

acclinis
acclīnis
adjective
leaning on

acclino
acclīnō
verb
to cause to lean on

acclivis
acclīvis
adjective
up-hill

acclivitas
acclīvitās
noun
an ascent

acclivus
acclīvus
adjective
up-hill

accola
accola
noun
he who dwells near

accolo
accolō
verb
to dwell near

accommodate
accommodātē
adverb
fitly

accommodatio
accommodātiō
noun
an adjustment

accommodatus
accommodātus
adjective
fitted

accommodo
accommodō
verb
to fit

accommodus
accommodus
adjective
fit for

accredo
accrēdō
verb
to accord belief

accresco
accrēscō
verb
to grow progressively

accretio
accrētiō
noun
an increase [once]

accubitio
accubitiō
noun
a lying

accubo
accubō
verb
to lie at

accumbo
accumbō
verb
to lay oneself down

accumulate
accumulātē
adverb
abundantly

accumulator
accumulator
noun
one who heaps up

accumulo
accumulō
verb
to heap up

accurate
accūrātē
adverb
carefully

accuratio
accūrātiō
noun
exactness

accuratus
accūrātus
adjective
carefully wrought

accuro
accūrō
verb
to give close attention to

accurro
accurrō
verb
to run to

accursus
accursus
noun
a running to

accusabilis
accūsābilis
adjective
that may be prosecuted

accusatio
accūsātiō
noun
[in judicial language] a formal complaint

accusator
accūsātor
noun
the accuser

accusatorie
accūsātōriē
adverb
as a prosecutor

accusatorius
accūsātōrius
adjective
of a prosecutor

accuso
accūsō
verb
to call to account

acer
acer
noun
the maple-tree

acer
ācer
adjective
[to the senses] sharp

acerbe
acerbē
adverb
bitterly

acerbitas
acerbitās
noun
bitterness

acerbo
acerbō
verb
to aggravate

acerbus
acerbus
adjective
[in taste] harsh

acernus
acernus
adjective
of maple wood

acerra
acerra
noun
a casket for incense

acerrime
ācerrimē
adverb
[superlative of acriter]

acersecomes
acersecomēs
noun
unshorn

acervalis
acervālis
adjective
[only as subst] a conclusion by accumulation

acervatim
acervātim
adverb
by heaps

acervo
acervō
verb
to heap up

acervus
acervus
noun
a mass of similar objects

acesco
acēscō
verb
to turn sour

acetum
acētum
noun
vinegar

Achaei
Achaeī
noun
the inhabitants of the district of Achaia

Achaemenes
Achaemenēs
noun
an ancestor of the kings of Persia

Achaemenius
Achaemenius
adjective
Persian

Achaias
Achāias
noun
a Greek woman

Achaicus
Achāicus
adjective
Achaean

Achais
Achāis
adjective
Grecian

Achaius
Achāius
adjective
grecian

Acharnanus
Acharnānus
adjective
of Acharnae (an Attic deme)

Acheloius
Achelōius
adjective
of the river Achelous

Acheron
Acherōn
noun
a river of the lower world

Acheruns
Acherūns
noun
a river of the lower world

Acherusiunsius
Acherūsīūnsius
adjective
of the Acheron in Bruttium

Acherusius
Acherūsīus
adjective
of the Acheron in Bruttium

Achilles
Achillēs
noun
a Grecian hero

Achilleus
Achillēus
adjective
of Achilles

Achivus
Achīvus
adjective
achaean

Acidalia
Acīdalia
noun
an epithet of Venus

acidus
acidus
adjective
sour

acies
aciēs
noun
a sharp edge

acinaces
acīnacēs
noun
a scimitar

acinum
acinum
noun
a small berry

acinus
acinus
noun
a small berry

acipenser
acipēnser
noun
a sea-fish

aclis
āclis
noun
a small javelin with a strap

aclys
āclys
noun
a small javelin with a strap

acoenonoetus
acoenonoētus
noun
without common-sense

aconiton
aconīton
noun
a poisonous plant

aconitum
aconītum
noun
a poisonous plant

acquiesco
acquiēscō
verb
to become quiet

acquiro
acquīrō
verb
to get in addition

Acragas
Acragas
noun
agrigentum

acratophoron
acrātophoron
noun
a vessel for unmixed wine

acratophorum
acrātophorum
noun
a vessel for unmixed wine

acredula
acrēdula
noun
an unknown animal

acriculus
ācriculus
adjective
irritable

acrimonia
ācrimōnia
noun
sharpness

Acrisioneus
Acrisiōnēus
adjective
of Acrisius

Acrisioniades
Ācrisiōniadēs
noun
a descendant of Acrisius

Acrisius
Ācrisius
noun
a king of Argos

acriter
ācriter
adverb
sharply

acroama
acroāma
noun
an entertainment for the ear

acroasis
acroāsis
noun
[properly] a hearing

Acroceraunium
Acroceraunium
noun
a rocky promontory of Epirus

acta
acta
noun
the sea-shore

Actaei
Actaeī
noun
the people of Attica

Actaeon
Actaeōn
noun
grandson of Cadmus

Actaeus
Actaeus
adjective
[properly] of Acte (the coast of Attica)

Actiacus
Actiacus
adjective
of Actium

Actias
Actias
adjective
f

actio
āctiō
noun
a putting in motion

actito
āctitō
verb
to conduct often

Actium
Actium
noun
a promontory of Acarnania

Actius
Actius
adjective
of Actium

actor
āctor
noun
a driver

actuaria
āctuāria
noun
[sc. navis] a swift boat

actuariola
āctuāriola
noun
a row-boat

actuarius
āctuārius
adjective
easily driven

actum
āctum
noun
a deed

actuose
āctuōsē
adverb
passionately

actuosus
āctuōsus
adjective
full of life

actus
āctus
noun
a driving

actus
āctus
participle
p. of ago

actutum
āctūtum
adverb
immediately

aculeatus
aculeātus
adjective
with a sting

aculeus
aculeus
noun
a sting

acumen
acūmen
noun
[properly] a point

acuo
acuō
verb
to sharpen

acus
acus
noun
a needle

acute
acūtē
adverb
sharply

acutulus
acūtulus
adjective
rather keen

acutum
acūtum
adverb
see acutus

acutus
acūtus
adjective
sharpened

ad
ad
preposition
to

adactio
adāctiō
noun
a compelling

adactus
adāctus
participle
p. of adigo

adaeque
adaequē
adverb
in like manner

adaequo
adaequō
verb
to make equal

adamanteus
adamantēus
adjective
hard as steel

adamantinus
adamantinus
adjective
hard as steel

adamas
adamās
noun
adamant

adamo
adamō
verb
to fall in love with

adaperio
adaperiō
verb
to throw open

adapertilis
adapertilis
adjective
that may be opened

adapertus
adapertus
adjective
open

adaquor
adaquor
verb
to obtain water

adaugeo
adaugeō
verb
to increase by adding

adaugesco
adaugēscō
verb
to grow

adbibo
adbibō
verb
to take in by drinking

adc
adc
cross-reference

adcedo
adcēdō
verb
to go to

adcendo
adcendō
verb
to kindle

adcio
adciō
verb
to call

adclamatio
adclāmātiō
noun
a calling

adclamo
adclāmō
verb
to call to

adclaro
adclārō
verb
[in the language of augurs] to make clear

adclinatus
adclīnātus
adjective
recumbent

adclinis
adclīnis
adjective
leaning on

adclino
adclīnō
verb
to cause to lean on

adclivis
adclīvis
adjective
up-hill

adclivus
adclīvus
adjective
up-hill

adcolo
adcolō
verb
to dwell near

adcommodatio
adcommodātiō
noun
an adjustment

adcommodatus
adcommodātus
adjective
fitted

adcommodo
adcommodō
verb
to fit

adcommodus
adcommodus
adjective
fit for

adcredo
adcrēdō
verb
to accord belief

adcresco
adcrēscō
verb
to grow progressively

adcubitio
adcubitiō
noun
a lying

adcubo
adcubō
verb
to lie at

adcumbo
adcumbō
verb
to lay oneself down

adcumulate
adcumulātē
adverb
abundantly

adcumulator
adcumulator
noun
one who heaps up

adcumulo
adcumulō
verb
to heap up

adcurate
adcūrātē
adverb
carefully

adcuratio
adcūrātiō
noun
exactness

adcuratus
adcūrātus
adjective
carefully wrought

adcuro
adcūrō
verb
to give close attention to

adcurro
adcurrō
verb
to run to

adcursus
adcursus
noun
a running to

adcusabilis
adcūsābilis
adjective
that may be prosecuted

addenseo
addēnseō
verb
to crowd together

addenso
addēnsō
verb

addico
addīcō
verb
to give assent

addictio
addictiō
noun
an award

addictus
addictus
participle
p. of addico

addisco
addiscō
verb
to learn in addition

additamentum
additāmentum
noun
an accession

addo
addō
verb
to put to

addoceo
addoceō
verb
to teach in addition [once]

addubito
addubitō
verb
to entertain a doubt

adduco
addūcō
verb
to lead to

adducte
adductē
adverb
strictly

adductus
adductus
adjective
strict

adedo
adedō
verb
to eat away

Adelphos
Adelphos
noun
the Brothers (a comedy)

ademptio
adēmptiō
noun
a taking away

ademptus
adēmptus
participle
p. of adimo

adeo
adeō
adverb
to this

adeo
adeō
verb
to go to

adeps
adeps
noun
the soft fat of non-ruminating animals

adeptio
adeptiō
noun
an obtaining

adequito
adequitō
verb
to ride to

adesdum
adesdum
cross-reference
(imper. of adsum with dum)

adesus
adēsus
participle
p. of adedo

adfabilis
adfābilis
adjective
approachable

adfabilitas
adfābilitās
noun
courtesy

adfabre
adfabrē
adverb
cunningly

adfatim
adfatim
adverb
satisfactorily

adfatus
adfātus
noun
an accosting

adfectatio
adfectātiō
noun
a claiming

adfectio
adfectiō
noun
a relation

adfecto
adfectō
verb
to strive after

adfectus
adfectus
noun
a state

adfectus
adfectus
adjective
furnished

adfero
adferō
verb
to bring

adficio
adficiō
verb
to do to

adfigo
adfīgō
verb
to fasten

adfingo
adfingō
verb
to form as an addition

adfinis
adfīnis
noun
a connection by marriage

adfinis
adfīnis
adjective
adjoining

adfinitas
adfīnitās
noun
relationship by marriage

adfirmans
adfīrmāns
participle
p. of adfirmo

adfirmate
adfīrmātē
adverb
with solemn assurance

adfirmatio
adfīrmātiō
noun
an affirmation

adfirmo
adfīrmō
verb
to strengthen

adfixus
adfīxus
adjective
joined

adflatus
adflātus
noun
a blowing on

adflictatio
adflīctātiō
noun
physical pain

adflicto
adflīctō
verb
to break to pieces

adflictor
adflīctor
noun
one who strikes down

adflictus
adflīctus
adjective
cast down

adfligo
adflīgō
verb
to dash at

adflo
adflō
verb
to blow on

adfluens
adfluēns
adjective
flowing

adfluenter
adfluenter
adverb
lavishly

adfluentia
adfluentia
noun
a flowing to

adfluo
adfluō
verb
to flow to

adfor
adfor
verb
[in general] to speak to

adfore
adfore
cross-reference

adforem
adforem
cross-reference

adfui
adfuī
cross-reference

adfulgeo
adfulgeō
verb
(only perf. stem)

adfundo
adfundō
verb
to pour into

adfuturus
adfutūrus
participle
p. of adsum

adg
adg
cross-reference

adgemo
adgemō
verb
to groan at

adgero
adgerō
verb
to make a mound of

adgero
adgerō
verb
to bring up

adgestus
adgestus
noun
a bringing in

adglomero
adglomerō
verb
to wind on

adglutino
adglutinō
verb
to glue to

adgn
adgn
cross-reference

adgnascor
adgnāscor
verb
to be born in addition (i. e. after a father's will was made)

adgnatio
adgnātiō
noun
consanguinity on the father's side

adgnatus
adgnātus
noun
a relation on the father's side

adgnosco
adgnōscō
verb
to recognize

adgravesco
adgravēscō
verb
to increase in weight

adgravo
adgravō
verb
to make heavy

adgredior
adgredior
verb
to approach

adgrego
adgregō
verb
to add to a flock

adgressio
adgressiō
noun
an assault

adhaereo
adhaereō
verb
to cleave

adhaeresco
adhaerēscō
verb
to cleave

adhaesio
adhaesiō
noun
an adhering

adhibeo
adhibeō
verb
to hold toward

adhinnio
adhinniō
verb
to neigh to

adhortatio
adhortātiō
noun
an encouragement

adhortator
adhortātor
noun
one who encourages

adhortor
adhortor
verb
to encourage

adhuc
adhūc
adverb
[of time] until now

adiaceo
adiaceō
verb
to lie at

adicio
adiciō
verb
to throw to

adiectio
adiectiō
noun
an annexation

adigo
adigō
verb
to drive

adiicio
adiiciō
cross-reference

adimo
adimō
verb
to take away

adipatus
adipātus
adjective
fat

adipiscor
adipīscor
verb
to come up with

aditus
aditus
noun
a going to

aditus
aditus
participle
p. of 1 adeo

adiudico
adiūdicō
verb
to make a judicial award

adiuero
adiuerō
cross-reference

adiumentum
adiūmentum
noun
for adiuvamentum

adiunctio
adiūnctiō
noun
a joining

adiunctor
adiūnctor
noun
he who adds

adiunctus
adiūnctus
adjective
closely connected

adiungo
adiungō
verb
to fasten on

adiuro
adiūrō
verb
to swear to in addition

adiuto
adiūtō
verb
to help zealously

adiutor
adiūtor
noun
a helper

adiutrix
adiūtrīx
noun
she that helps

adiutus
adiūtus
participle
p. of adiuvo

adiuvo
adiuvō
verb
to help

adlabor
adlābor
verb
to glide towards

adlaboro
adlabōrō
verb
to labor

adlacrimo
adlacrimō
verb
to shed tears thereat

adlapsus
adlapsus
noun
a gliding up to

adlatro
adlātrō
verb
to bark at

adlaturus
adlātūrus
participle
pP. of adfero

adlatus
adlātus
participle
pP. of adfero

adlecto
adlectō
verb
to allure

adlegatio
adlēgātiō
noun
a sending

adlego
adlēgō
verb
to send on business

adlego
adlegō
verb
to select

adlevamentum
adlevāmentum
noun
a mitigation

adlevatio
adlevātiō
noun
an alleviation

adlevo
adlevō
verb
to lift up

adlicio
adliciō
verb
to allure

adlido
adlīdō
verb
to strike upon

adligo
adligō
verb
to bind to

adlino
adlinō
verb
to besmear

adlisus
adlīsus
participle
p. of adlido

adlocutio
adlocūtiō
noun
a consoling

adlocutus
adlocūtus
participle
p. of adloquor

adloquium
adloquium
noun
an exhortation

adloquor
adloquor
verb
to speak to

adludo
adlūdō
verb
to play

adluo
adluō
verb
to flow near to

adluvies
adluviēs
noun
an inundation dub

adluvio
adluviō
noun
an inundation

admaturo
admātūrō
verb
to mature [once]

admetior
admētior
verb
to measure out

adminiculo
adminiculō
verb
to prop

adminiculum
adminiculum
noun
in vineyards

administer
administer
noun
one who is at hand to help

administra
administra
noun
a female assistant

administratio
administrātiō
noun
aid

administrator
administrātor
noun
a manager

administro
administrō
verb
to manage

admirabilis
admīrābilis
adjective
admirable

admirabilitas
admīrābilitās
noun
admirableness

admirabiliter
admīrābiliter
adverb
wonderfully

admirandus
admīrandus
adjective
to be wondered at

admiratio
admīrātiō
noun
admiration

admirator
admīrātor
noun
an admirer

admiror
admīror
verb
to regard with wonder

admisceo
admisceō
verb
to add so as to form a mixture

admissarius
admissārius
noun
a stallion

admissum
admissum
noun
a voluntary fault

admissus
admissus
participle
p. of admitto

admistio
admīstiō
cross-reference

admistus
admīstus
cross-reference

admitto
admittō
verb
(admittier

admixtio
admīxtiō
noun
a mingling

admixtus
admīxtus
participle
p. of admisceo

admodum
admodum
adverb
[properly] to the proper limit

admolior
admōlior
verb
to bring hither

admoneo
admoneō
verb
to bring to mind

admonitio
admonitiō
noun
a suggestion

admonitor
admonitor
noun
an admonisher

admonitum
admonitum
noun
a reminding

admonitus
admonitus
noun
a reminding

admorsus
admorsus
adjective
bitten

admotio
admōtiō
noun
an application

admoveo
admoveō
verb
to move to

admugio
admūgiō
verb
to low to

admurmuratio
admurmurātiō
noun
a murmuring

admurmuro
admurmurō
verb
to murmur

adnascor
adnāscor
cross-reference

adnato
adnatō
verb
to swim up

adnatus
adnātus
cross-reference

adnecto
adnectō
verb
to tie to

adnexus
adnexus
noun
a connection

adnisus
adnīsus
participle
p. of adnitor

adnitor
adnītor
verb
to lean against

adnixus
adnīxus
participle
p. of adnitor

adno
adnō
verb
to swim to

adnosco
adnōscō
cross-reference

adnosco
adnōscō
verb
to recognize

adnoto
adnotō
verb
to observe

adnumero
adnumerō
verb
to add

adnuntio
adnūntiō
verb
to announce

adnuo
adnuō
verb
to nod to

adoleo
adoleō
verb
to turn to vapor

adolescens
adolēscēns
adjective
growing

adolescens
adolēscēns
noun
[between pueritia and senectus] a youth

adolescentia
adolēscentia
noun
youth

adolescentula
adolēscentula
noun
a young maiden

adolescentulus
adolēscentulus
noun
a very young man

adolesco
adolēscō
verb
to burn

adolesco
adolēscō
verb
to grow up

Adonis
Adōnis
noun
a youth beloved by Venus

adoperio
adoperiō
verb
to cover

adoptatio
adoptātiō
noun
an adopting

adoptio
ādoptiō
noun
a taking as a child

adoptivus
adoptīvus
adjective
of adoption

adopto
adoptō
verb
to take by choice

ador
ador
noun
a grain

adorea
adōrea
noun
a prize of valor (anciently a gift of grain)

adoreus
adōreus
adjective
of spelt

adorior
adorior
verb
to approach as an enemy

adorno
adōrnō
verb
to provide

adoro
adōrō
verb
to call upon

adp
adp
cross-reference

adparate
adparātē
adverb
sumptuously

adparatio
adparātiō
noun
a preparing

adparatus
adparātus
noun
a preparing

adparatus
adparātus
adjective
prepared

adpareo
adpāreō
verb
to appear

adparitio
adpāritiō
noun
a serving

adparitor
adpāritor
noun
a servant

adparo
adparō
verb
to prepare

adpellatio
adpellātiō
noun
an addressing

adpellator
adpellātor
noun
one who appeals

adpello
adpellō
verb
to address

adpello
adpellō
verb
to drive to

adpendicula
adpendicula
noun
a petty addition

adpendix
adpendix
noun
an addition

adpendo
adpendō
verb
to weigh out

adpetens
adpetēns
adjective
striving after

adpetenter
adpetenter
adverb
greedily

adpetentia
adpetentia
noun
desire

adpetitio
adpetītiō
noun
a grasping at

adpetitus
adpetītus
participle
p. of appeto

adpetitus
adpetītus
noun
a longing

adpeto
adpetō
verb
[transitively] to strive for

adpingo
adpingō
verb
to paint upon (very rare)

adplaudo
adplaudō
verb
to strike upon

adplicatio
adplicātiō
noun
an inclination

adplicatus
adplicātus
adjective
attached

adplico
adplicō
verb
to join

adploro
adplōrō
verb
to bewail

adpono
adpōnō
verb
to put at

adporrectus
adporrēctus
adjective
stretched out at hand

adporto
adportō
verb
to carry

adposco
adpōscō
verb
to demand besides

adposite
adpositē
adverb
fitly

adpositus
adpositus
adjective
contiguous

adprecor
adprecor
verb
to pray to

adprehendo
adprehendō
verb
to seize

adprime
adprīmē
adverb
first of all

adprimo
adprimō
verb
to press close

adprobatio
adprobātiō
noun
an approval

adprobator
adprobātor
noun
one who approves

adprobo
adprobō
verb
to assent to

adpromitto
adprōmittō
verb
to promise besides

adpropero
adproperō
verb
trans

adpropinquatio
adpropinquātiō
noun
an approach

adpropinquo
adpropinquō
verb
to come near

adpugno
adpūgnō
verb
to fight against

adpulsus
adpulsus
noun
[of ships etc.] a landing

adpulsus
adpulsus
participle
p. of 1 appello

adquiesco
adquiēscō
verb
to become quiet

adquiro
adquīrō
verb
to get in addition

adrado
adrādō
verb
to scrape

adrectus
adrēctus
adjective
upright

adrepo
adrēpō
verb
to creep to

adria
adria
cross-reference

Adria
Adria
cross-reference

adrideo
adrīdeō
verb
to laugh

adrigo
adrigō
verb
to set up

adripio
adripiō
verb
to snatch

adrisio
adrīsiō
noun
a smile of approval

adrodo
adrōdō
verb
to nibble at

adrogans
adrogāns
adjective
(P. of adrogo)

adroganter
adroganter
adverb
presumptuously

adrogantia
adrogantia
noun
assumption

adrogo
adrogō
verb
to add

adsc
adsc
cross-reference

adscendo
adscendō
verb
to mount

adscensio
adscēnsiō
noun
a rising

adscensus
adscēnsus
noun
a climbing

adscensus
adscēnsus
participle
p. of ascendo

adscio
adsciō
verb
to receive

adscisco
adscīscō
verb
to take to oneself

adscitus
adscītus
adjective
adopted

adscribo
adscrībō
verb
to write in addition

adscripticius
adscrīptīcius
adjective
received by enrolment [once]

adscriptio
adscrīptiō
noun
an addition in writing

adscriptor
adscrīptor
noun
one who adds his name

adscriptus
adscrīptus
participle
p. of ascribo

adsecla
adsecla
noun
a follower

adsectatio
adsectātiō
noun
a waiting on

adsectator
adsectātor
noun
a client

adsector
adsector
verb
to wait upon

adsecula
adsecula
noun
a follower

adsensio
adsēnsiō
noun
an assent

adsensor
adsēnsor
noun
one who agrees

adsensus
adsēnsus
participle
p. of adsentio

adsensus
adsēnsus
noun
an agreement

adsentatio
adsentātiō
noun
flattery

adsentatiuncula
adsentātiuncula
noun
a bit of flattery

adsentator
adsentātor
noun
a flatterer

adsentatorie
adsentātōriē
adverb
fawningly

adsentior
adsentior
verb
to give assent

adsentio
adsentiō
verb
to agree with

adsentor
adsentor
verb
to assent constantly

adsequor
adsequor
verb
to follow up

adsero
adserō
verb
to plant at

adsero
adserō
verb
to claim

adsertor
adsertor
noun
one who claims (as master)

adservio
adserviō
verb
to help

adservo
adservō
verb
to watch over

adsessio
adsessiō
noun
a sitting near

adsessor
adsessor
noun
an assistant

adsessus
adsessus
noun
a sitting by

adseveranter
adsevēranter
adverb
earnestly

adseveratio
adsevērātiō
noun
a vehement assertion

adsevero
adsevērō
verb
to affirm

adsideo
adsideō
verb
to sit by

adsido
adsīdō
verb
to take a seat

adsidue
adsiduē
adverb
continually

adsiduitas
adsiduitās
noun
constant attendance

adsiduus
adsiduus
adjective
attending

adsignatio
adsīgnātiō
noun
an assigning

adsigno
adsīgnō
verb
to mark out

adsilio
adsiliō
verb
to leap at

adsimilis
adsimilis
adjective
like

adsimilo
adsimilō
verb
to make like

adsimulatio
adsimulātiō
noun
a feigned assent

adsimulatus
adsimulātus
adjective
feigned

adsimulo
adsimulō
verb
to make like

adsisto
adsistō
verb
to stand by

adsitus
adsitus
participle
p. of 1 adsero

adsoleo
adsoleō
verb
(only 3d person)

adsono
adsonō
verb
to resound

adsp
adsp
cross-reference

adspargo
adspargō
noun
a sprinkling

adspargo
adspargō
cross-reference

adspectabilis
adspectābilis
adjective
visible

adspecto
adspectō
verb
to look at attentively

adspectus
adspectus
participle
p. of aspicio

adspectus
adspectus
noun
a seeing

adspergo
adspergō
noun
a sprinkling

adspergo
adspergō
verb
to scatter

adspicio
adspiciō
verb
to look at

adspiratio
adspīrātiō
noun
a breathing on

adspiro
adspīrō
verb
to breathe at

adst
adst
cross-reference

adsterno
adsternō
verb
to strew on [once]

adstipulator
adstipulātor
noun
[in law] an associate in accepting a verbal contract

adstipulor
adstipulor
verb
[in law] to join the principal

adstituo
adstituō
verb
to place

adsto
adstō
verb
to stand at

adstrepo
adstrepō
verb
to make a noise at

adstringo
adstringō
verb
to bind on

adstruo
adstruō
verb
to build in addition

adstupeo
adstupeō
verb
to be amazed at

adsuefacio
adsuēfaciō
verb
to accustom

adsuesco
adsuēscō
verb
to accustom

adsuetudo
adsuētūdō
noun
custom

adsuetus
adsuētus
adjective
habituated

adsulto
adsultō
verb
to leap at

adsultus
adsultus
noun
an attack

adsum
adsum
verb
to be at

adsumo
adsūmō
verb
to take to oneself

adsumptio
adsūmptiō
noun
acceptance

adsumptivus
adsūmptīvus
adjective
[in rhetoric] extraneous

adsuo
adsuō
verb
to sew on

adsurgo
adsurgō
verb
to rise up

adt
adt
cross-reference

adtemperate
adtemperātē
adverb
opportunely

adtendo
adtendō
verb
to stretch toward

adtente
adtentē
adverb
carefully

adtentus
adtentus
adjective
attentive

adtenuate
adtenuātē
adverb
[of style] dryly

adtenuatio
adtenuātiō
noun
a lessening

adtenuatus
adtenuātus
adjective
enfeebled

adtenuo
adtenuō
verb
to make thin

adtero
adterō
verb
to rub against

adtestor
adtestor
verb
to prove

adtexo
adtexō
verb
to weave to

adtineo
adtineō
verb
[transitively] to hold fast

adtingo
adtingō
verb
to touch

adtollo
adtollō
verb
to lift up

adtondeo
adtondeō
verb
to shave

adtonitus
adtonitus
adjective
thunderstruck

adtono
adtonō
verb
to thunder at

adtorqueo
adtorqueō
verb
to hurl upwards

adtraho
adtrahō
verb
to draw

adtrectatus
adtrectātus
noun
a handling

adtrecto
adtrectō
verb
to touch

adtribuo
adtribuō
verb
to assign

adtributio
adtribūtiō
noun
an assignment (of a debt)

adtributum
adtribūtum
noun
[in grammar] an attribute

adtritus
adtrītus
adjective
rubbed

adulans
adūlāns
noun
see adu_lor

adulatio
adūlātiō
noun
a fawning

adulator
adūlātor
noun
a sycophant

adulatorius
adūlātōrius
adjective
flattering

adulescens
adulēscēns
adjective
growing

adulescens
adulēscēns
noun
[between pueritia and senectus] a youth

adulescentia
adulēscentia
noun
youth

adulescentula
adulēscentula
noun
a young maiden

adulescentulus
adulēscentulus
noun
a very young man

adulesco
adulēscō
verb
to grow up

adulor
adūlor
verb
to fawn

adulo
adūlō
verb
to fawn upon

adulter
adulter
adjective
adulterous

adulterinus
adulterīnus
adjective
false

adulterium
adulterium
noun
adultery

adultero
adulterō
verb
to commit adultery

adultus
adultus
adjective
grown up

adumbratio
adumbrātiō
noun
a sketch

adumbratus
adumbrātus
adjective
sketched

adumbro
adumbrō
verb
to sketch in shadow

aduncitas
aduncitās
noun
hookedness

aduncus
aduncus
adjective
bent inwards

adurgeo
adurgeō
verb
to pursue closely

aduro
adūrō
verb
to set on fire

adusque
adūsque
preposition
[in poetry] all the way to

adustus
adūstus
adjective
sunburnt

advecticius
advectīcius
adjective
imported

advecto
advectō
verb
to keep bringing

advectus
advectus
noun
a bringing hither

adveho
advehō
verb
to bring hither

advelo
advēlō
verb
to veil

advena
advena
noun
a stranger

advenio
adveniō
verb
to come to

adventicius
adventīcius
adjective
foreign

advento
adventō
verb
to advance

adventus
adventus
noun
a coming

adversarius
adversārius
adjective
opposite

adversatrix
adversātrīx
noun
an opponent

adversio
adversiō
noun
direction

adversor
adversor
verb
to resist

adversum
adversum
noun
misfortune

adversum
adversum
adverb
opposite

adversum
adversum
noun
the opposite direction

adversum
adversum
preposition
opposite to

adversus
adversus
noun
an enemy

adversus
adversus
preposition
opposite to

adversus
adversus
adverb
opposite

adversus
adversus
adjective
turned towards

adverto
advertō
verb
to turn to

advesperasco
advesperāscō
verb
it approaches evening

advigilo
advigilō
verb
to watch

advocata
advocāta
noun
one called to aid

advocatio
advocātiō
noun
a summoning as counsel

advocatus
advocātus
noun
one called to aid

advoco
advocō
verb
to call

advolatus
advolātus
noun
an approach by flying

advolo
advolō
verb
to fly to

advolvo
advolvō
verb
to roll to

advorsarius
advorsārius
adjective
opposite

advorsatrix
advorsātrīx
noun
an opponent

advorsor
advorsor
verb
to resist

advorsum
advorsum
cross-reference

advorsus
advorsus
preposition
opposite to

advorsus
advorsus
adverb
opposite

advorsus
advorsus
adjective
turned towards

advorto
advortō
verb
to turn to

advorto
advortō
cross-reference

adytum
adytum
noun
[usu. plur] the inmost recess

aedes
aedēs
noun
a dwelling of the gods

aedicula
aedicula
noun
a small temple

aedificatio
aedificātiō
noun
the process of building

aedificatiuncula
aedificātiuncula
noun
a little building

aedificator
aedificātor
noun
a builder

aedificium
aedificium
noun
a building

aedifico
aedificō
verb
to build

aedilicius
aedīlīcius
adjective
of an aedile

aedilis
aedīlis
noun
a commissioner of buildings

aedilitas
aedīlitās
noun
the office of an aedile

aedilitius
aedīlītius
cross-reference

aedis
aedis
noun
a dwelling of the gods

aeditimus
aeditimus
adjective
old for aedituus

aeditumus
aeditumus
adjective
old for aedituus

aedituus
aedituus
noun
a custodian of a temple

Aegaeus
Aegaeus
adjective
Aegean

aeger
aeger
adjective
unwell

aegis
aegis
noun
the shield of Jupiter

aegre
aegrē
adverb
painfully

aegresco
aegrēscō
verb
to fall sick

aegrimonia
aegrimōnia
noun
anxiety

aegritudo
aegritūdō
noun
sickness

aegrotatio
aegrōtātiō
noun
sickness

aegroto
aegrōtō
verb
to be sick

aegrotus
aegrōtus
adjective
sick

Aegyptius
Aegyptius
adjective
egyptian

aelinos
aelinos
noun
a dirge

aemulatio
aemulātiō
noun
rivalry

aemulator
aemulātor
noun
a zealous imitator

aemulatus
aemulātus
noun
rivalry

aemulor
aemulor
verb
to rival

aemulus
aemulus
adjective
striving earnestly after

Aeneius
Aenēius
adjective
of Aeneas

aeneum
aēneum
noun
a brazen vessel

aeneus
aēneus
adjective
of copper

aenigma
aenigma
noun
a figure

aenipes
aēnipēs
adjective
bronze-footed

aenum
aēnum
noun
a brazen vessel

aenus
aēnus
adjective
of copper

Aeolius
Aeolius
adjective
1. Of Aeolus

aequabilis
aequābilis
adjective
like

aequabilitas
aequābilitās
noun
equality

aequabiliter
aequābiliter
adverb
equally

aequaevus
aequaevus
adjective
of equal age

aequalis
aequālis
adjective
equal

aequalitas
aequālitās
noun
equality

aequaliter
aequāliter
adverb
evenly

aequanimitas
aequanimitās
noun
good-will

aequatio
aequātiō
noun
an equal distribution

aequatus
aequātus
adjective
level

aeque
aequē
adverb
equally

aequilibritas
aequilībritās
noun
equipoise

aequinoctialis
aequinoctiālis
adjective
equinoctial

aequinoctium
aequinoctium
noun
the equinox

aequipero
aequiperō
verb
to compare

aequitas
aequitās
noun
uniformity

aequo
aequō
verb
to make equal

aequor
aequor
noun
an even surface

aequoreus
aequoreus
adjective
of the sea

aequum
aequum
noun
a plain

aequus
aequus
adjective
even

aer
āēr
noun
the air

aeraria
aerāria
noun
a mine

aerarium
aerārium
noun
part of the temple of Saturn at Rome

aerarius
aerārius
adjective
of copper

aerarius
aerārius
noun
a resident who pays a polltax

aeratus
aerātus
adjective
of bronze

aereus
aereus
adjective
of copper

aerifer
aerifer
adjective
bearing bronze

aeripes
aeripēs
adjective
with feet of bronze

aerugo
aerūgō
noun
rust of copper

aerumna
aerumna
noun
toil

aerumnosus
aerumnōsus
adjective
full of trouble

aes
aes
noun
crude metal

aesculetum
aesculētum
noun
a forest of oaks

aesculeus
aesculeus
adjective
of the oak

aesculus
aesculus
noun
the Italian oak (with edible acorns)

Aesopius
Aesōpius
adjective
aesopian

aestas
aestās
noun
summer

aestifer
aestifer
adjective
heat-bringing

aestimabilis
aestimābilis
adjective
worthy of esteem

aestimatio
aestimātiō
noun
the determination of value

aestimator
aestimātor
noun
one who values

aestimo
aestimō
verb
to determine the value of

aestivum
aestīvum
noun
a summer camp

aestivus
aestīvus
adjective
of summer

aestuarium
aestuārium
noun
a tract overflowed at high tide

aestumo
aestumō
verb
to determine the value of

aestuo
aestuō
verb
[fire]

aestuose
aestūosē
adverb
glowingly

aestuosus
aestuōsus
adjective
burning hot

aestus
aestus
noun
[of fire] an agitation

aetas
aetās
noun
the life of man

aetatula
aetātula
noun
a tender age

aeternitas
aeternitās
noun
eternity

aeterno
aeternō
verb
to perpetuate

aeternum
aeternum
adverb
forever

aeternus
aeternus
adjective
[of an age] lasting

aether
aethēr
noun
the upper air

aetherius
aetherius
adjective
of the upper air

Aethiops
Aethiops
noun
an Ethiopian

aethra
aethra
noun
the ether

aevitas
aevitās
noun
[old for aetas] age

aevom
aevom
noun
neverending time

aevum
aevum
noun
neverending time

af
af
preposition
[space] from

Afer
Āfer
adjective
african

aff
aff
cross-reference

affabilis
affābilis
adjective
approachable

affabilitas
affābilitās
noun
courtesy

affabre
affabrē
adverb
cunningly

affatim
affatim
adverb
satisfactorily

affatus
affātus
noun
an accosting

affectatio
affectātiō
noun
a claiming

affectio
affectiō
noun
a relation

affecto
affectō
verb
to strive after

affectus
affectus
noun
a state

affectus
affectus
adjective
furnished

affero
afferō
verb
to bring

afficio
afficiō
verb
to do to

affigo
affīgō
verb
to fasten

affingo
affingō
verb
to form as an addition

affinis
affīnis
adjective
adjoining

affinitas
affīnitās
noun
relationship by marriage

affirmans
affīrmāns
participle
p. of adfirmo

affirmate
affīrmātē
adverb
with solemn assurance

affirmatio
affīrmātiō
noun
an affirmation

affirmo
affīrmō
verb
to strengthen

afflatus
afflātus
noun
a blowing on

afflictatio
afflīctātiō
noun
physical pain

afflicto
afflīctō
verb
to break to pieces

afflictor
afflīctor
noun
one who strikes down

afflictus
afflīctus
adjective
cast down

affligo
afflīgō
verb
to dash at

afflo
afflō
verb
to blow on

affluens
affluēns
adjective
flowing

affluentia
affluentia
noun
a flowing to

affluo
affluō
verb
to flow to

affor
affor
verb
[in general] to speak to

affulgeo
affulgeō
verb
(only perf. stem)

affundo
affundō
verb
to pour into

afore
afore
cross-reference

aforem
aforem
cross-reference

Africa
Āfrica
noun
libya

Africanus
Āfricānus
adjective
of Africa

Africus
Āfricus
adjective
African

agaso
agāsō
noun
a driver

Agbarus
Agbarus
noun
the local title of the Arabian kings of Edessa

age
age
interjection
come

agedum
agedum
interjection
come now!

agellulus
agellulus
noun
a very small field

agellus
agellus
noun
a small estate

agema
agēma
noun
the flower of the (Macedonian) cavalry

Agenor
Agēnor
noun
a king of Phoenicia

agens
agēns
adjective
effective

ager
ager
noun
productive land

aggemo
aggemō
verb
to groan at

agger
agger
noun
a mass

aggero
aggerō
verb
to make a mound of

aggero
aggerō
verb
to bring up

aggestus
aggestus
noun
a bringing in

agglomero
agglomerō
verb
to wind on

agglutino
agglutinō
verb
to glue to

aggravesco
aggravēscō
verb
to increase in weight

aggravo
aggravō
verb
to make heavy

aggredior
aggredior
verb
to approach

aggrego
aggregō
verb
to add to a flock

aggressio
aggressiō
noun
an assault

aggressus
aggressus
participle
p. of aggredior

agilis
agilis
adjective
nimble

agilitas
agilitās
noun
nimbleness

agitabilis
agitābilis
adjective
easily moved

agitatio
agitātiō
noun
movement

agitator
agitātor
noun
a driver

agite
agite
cross-reference
imper. plur. of ago

agito
agitō
verb
to set in violent motion

agmen
āgmen
noun
that which is driven

agna
āgna
noun
a ewe lamb

Agnale
Āgnāle
noun
the festival Agonalia (in honor of Janus

Agnalis
Agnālis
adjective
of the festival Agonalia (in honor of Janus

agnascor
āgnāscor
verb
to be born in addition (i. e. after a father's will was made)

agnatio
āgnātiō
noun
consanguinity on the father's side

agnatus
āgnātus
noun
a relation on the father's side

agnatus
āgnātus
participle
p. of agnascor

agnina
āgnīna
noun
the flesh of a lamb

agnitio
āgnitiō
noun
a knowing

agnosco
āgnōscō
verb
to recognize

agnus
āgnus
noun
a lamb

ago
agō
verb
to put in motion

Agonale
Āgōnāle
noun
the festival Agonalia (in honor of Janus

Agonalis
Agōnālis
adjective
of the festival Agonalia (in honor of Janus

agonium
agōnium
noun
a victim

agraria
agrāria
noun
(sc. lex)

agrarii
agrāriī
noun
the agrarian party

agrarius
agrārius
adjective
pertaining to land

agrestis
agrestis
noun
a countryman

agrestis
agrestis
adjective
of the fields

agricola
agricola
noun
a husbandman

agricultio
agricultiō
cross-reference

agricultor
agricultor
cross-reference

agricultura
agricultūra
cross-reference

agripeta
agripeta
noun
a colonist

Agyieus
Agyīeus
cross-reference
voc. Agyi_eu (trisyl.)

agyieus
agyīeus
cross-reference
voc. Agyi_eu (trisyl.)

ah
āh
interjection
ah! alas!

aheneum
ahēneum
noun
a brazen vessel

aheneus
ahēneus
adjective
of copper

aheneus
ahēneus
cross-reference

ahenipes
ahēnipēs
adjective
bronze-footed

ahenum
ahēnum
noun
a brazen vessel

ahenus
ahēnus
cross-reference

ahenus
ahēnus
adjective
of copper

ai
ai
interjection
alas

aiens
āiēns
cross-reference
(disyl.)

aio
āiō
verb
to say yes

Aius
Āius
noun
the speaker

ala
āla
noun
a wing

alacer
alacer
adjective
lively

alacritas
alacritās
noun
liveliness

alapa
alapa
noun
[given in the ceremony of emancipation] a box on the ear

alaris
ālāris
adjective
of the wing

alarius
ālārius
adjective
of the wing (of an army)

alatus
ālātus
adjective
winged

Alauda
Alauda
noun
a soldier of the legion Alauda (lark)

albatus
albātus
adjective
white - robed

albens
albēns
adjective
whitening

albeo
albeō
verb
to be white

albesco
albēscō
verb
to become white

albico
albicō
verb
to be white

albidus
albidus
adjective
whitish

Albula
Albula
noun
old name of the Tiber

albulus
albulus
adjective
whitish

album
album
noun
white color

albus
albus
adjective
white (without lustre

alces
alcēs
noun
the elk

Alcides
Alcīdēs
noun
a descendant of Alceus

Alcinous
Alcinous
noun
a king of the Phaeacians

alea
ālea
noun
a game with dice

aleator
āleātor
noun
a player with dice

aleatorius
āleātōrius
adjective
of a gamester

alec
alec
cross-reference

Alecto
Ālectō
noun
one of the three furies

aleo
āleō
noun
a gambler

ales
āles
adjective
winged

alga
alga
noun
sea-weed

algeo
algeō
verb
to be cold

algesco
algēscō
verb
to catch cold

algidus
algidus
adjective
cold

algor
algor
noun
cold

alias
aliās
adverb
[of time] at another time

alibi
alibī
adverb
elsewhere

alicubi
alicubī
adverb
at any place

alicunde
alicunde
adverb
from somewhere

alienatio
aliēnātiō
noun
[property] a transfer

alienatus
aliēnātus
participle
p. of alie_no_

alienigena
aliēnigena
noun
one born in a foreign land

alieno
aliēnō
verb
to make strange

alienum
aliēnum
noun
the property of a stranger

alienus
aliēnus
noun
one of another house

alienus
aliēnus
adjective
of another

aliger
āliger
adjective
bearing wings

alimentarius
alimentārius
adjective
pertaining to nourishment lex

alimentum
alimentum
noun
nourishment

alimonium
alimōnium
noun
nourishment

alio
aliō
adverb
to another place

alioqui
aliōquī
adverb
in another way

alioquin
aliōquīn
adverb
in another way

aliorsum
aliōrsum
adverb
in another direction

alipes
ālipēs
adjective
with wings on the feet

alipta
alīpta
noun
one who anointed wrestlers

aliptes
alīptēs
noun
one who anointed wrestlers

aliqua
aliquā
adverb
by any way

aliquam
aliquam
adverb
acc f. of aliqui

aliquamdiu
aliquamdiū
adverb
awhile

aliquando
aliquandō
adverb
[of time] at some time or other

aliquantisper
aliquantisper
adverb
for a moderate period

aliquanto
aliquantō
adverb
by some little

aliquantulum
aliquantulum
noun
a little

aliquantum
aliquantum
adverb
somewhat

aliquantum
aliquantum
noun
a little

aliquantus
aliquantus
adjective
of an indefinite quantity

aliqui
aliquī
pronoun
some

aliquid
aliquid
adverb
somewhat

aliquis
aliquis
pronoun
someone

aliquo
aliquō
adverb
to some place

aliquobi
aliquōbī
adverb
at any place

aliquot
aliquot
adjective
some

aliquotiens
aliquotiēns
adverb
several times

aliquoties
aliquotiēs
adverb
several times

alis
alis
cross-reference

aliter
aliter
adverb
in another manner

alium
ālium
noun
garlic

aliunde
aliunde
adverb
from another

alius
alius
adjective
another

allabor
allābor
verb
to glide towards

allaboro
allabōrō
verb
to labor

allacrimo
allacrimō
verb
to shed tears thereat

allapsus
allapsus
noun
a gliding up to

allatro
allātrō
verb
to bark at

allec
allēc
noun
a fish sauce

Allecto
Allectō
noun
one of the three furies

allecto
allectō
verb
to allure

allegatio
allēgātiō
noun
a sending

allego
allegō
verb
to select

allego
allēgō
verb
to send on business

allevamentum
allevāmentum
noun
a mitigation

allevatio
allevātiō
noun
an alleviation

allevo
allevō
verb
to lift up

allicio
alliciō
verb
to allure

allido
allīdō
verb
to strike upon

Alliensis
Alliēnsis
adjective
of the river Allia (where the Romans were defeated by the Gauls)

Allifanus
Allīfānus
adjective
of Allifae (a town of Samnium)

alligo
alligō
verb
to bind to

allino
allinō
verb
to besmear

allium
allium
noun
garlic

alll
alll
cross-reference
ad

Allobrox
Allobrox
noun
one of the Allobroges

allocutio
allocūtiō
noun
a consoling

alloquium
alloquium
noun
an exhortation

alloquor
alloquor
verb
to speak to

alludo
allūdō
verb
to play

alluo
alluō
verb
to flow near to

alluvies
alluviēs
noun
an inundation dub

alluvio
alluviō
noun
an inundation

almus
almus
adjective
nourishing

alnus
alnus
noun
the alder

alo
alō
verb
to feed

aloe
aloē
noun
the aloe

alpha
alpha
noun
indecl.

Alpinus
Alpīnus
adjective
of the Alps

alsus
alsus
adjective
cool

altar
altār
noun
a high altar

alte
altē
adverb
high

alter
alter
adjective
one

altercatio
altercātiō
noun
a debate

altercor
altercor
verb
to alternate in discussion

alterco
altercō
verb
to wrangle

alternis
alternīs
adverb
alternately

alterno
alternō
verb
to do by turns

alternus
alternus
adjective
one after the other

alteruter
alteruter
adjective
one or the other

alticinctus
alticinctus
adjective
high-girded

altilis
altilis
adjective
fattened

altisonus
altisonus
adjective
of lofty sound

altitonans
altitonāns
adjective
high-thundering

altitudo
altitūdō
noun
height

altivolans
altivolāns
adjective
high-flying

altor
altor
noun
a nourisher

altrix
altrīx
noun
a foster-mother

altum
altum
noun
height

altum
altum
adverb
deeply

altus
altus
adjective
nourished

alucinor
ālūcinor
verb
to wander in mind

alumna
alumna
noun
a foster-daughter

alumnus
alumnus
noun
a foster-son

aluta
alūta
noun
a soft leather prepared with alum

alvarium
alvārium
noun
a beehive

alvearium
alveārium
noun
a beehive

alveolus
alveolus
noun
a tray

alveus
alveus
noun
a hollow

alvus
alvus
noun
the belly

Alyattes
Alyattēs
noun
a king of Lydia

am
am
preposition
around

ama
ama
noun
a water-bucket

amabilis
amābilis
adjective
worthy of love

amabiliter
amābiliter
adverb
lovingly

amandatio
āmandātiō
noun
a sending away

amando
āmandō
verb
to send away

amandus
amandus
adjective
pleasing

amans
amāns
adjective
fond

amanter
amanter
adverb
lovingly

amaracus
amāracus
noun
marjoram

amarantus
amarantus
noun
the amaranth

amarities
amāritiēs
noun
bitterness

amaror
amāror
noun
bitterness (poet.)

amarus
amārus
adjective
[with comp] bitter

Amaryllis
Amaryllis
noun
[acc.] Amaryllida

amata
amāta
noun
a beloved woman [once]

Amathusia
Amathūsia
noun
venus (worshipped at Amathus in Cyprus)

amator
amātor
noun
a lover

amatorie
amātōriē
adverb
amorously

amatorius
amātōrius
adjective
loving

amatus
amātus
participle
p. of amo

Amazon
Amāzōn
noun
an Amazon

Amazonis
Amāzonis
noun
an Amazon

Amazonius
Amāzonius
adjective
amazonian

amb
amb
preposition
around

ambactus
ambactus
noun
a vassal

ambages
ambāgēs
noun
a going around

ambedo
ambedō
verb
to eat around

ambi
ambi
cross-reference

ambigo
ambigō
verb
to go about

ambigue
ambiguē
adverb
equivocally

ambiguitas
ambiguitās
noun
ambiguity

ambiguus
ambiguus
adjective
going two ways

ambio
ambiō
verb
to go round

Ambiorix
Ambiorīx
noun
a chief of the Eburones

ambitio
ambitiō
noun
a going about

ambitiose
ambitiōsē
adverb
ambitiously

ambitiosus
ambitiōsus
adjective
surrounding

ambitus
ambitus
noun
a going round

ambitus
ambītus
participle
p. of ambio

ambo
ambō
adjective
both (of a pair or couple)

Ambracia
Ambracia
noun
a town of Epirus

ambroseus
ambroseus
adjective
divine

ambrosia
ambrosia
noun
ambrosia

ambrosius
ambrosius
adjective
divine

ambubaia
ambūbāia
noun
a Syrian girl

ambulatio
ambulātiō
noun
a walking about

ambulatiuncula
ambulātiuncula
noun
a short walk

ambulo
ambulō
verb
to walk

amburo
ambūrō
verb
to burn round

amellus
amellus
noun
purple Italian starwort

amens
āmēns
adjective
out of one's senses

amentatus
āmentātus
adjective
furnished with a strap

amentia
āmentia
noun
want of reason

amentum
āmentum
noun
a strap

Amerinus
Amerīnus
adjective
of Ameria (in Umbria)

ames
ames
noun
a fork for spreading nets

amethystinus
amethystinus
adjective
of the amethyst

amethystos
amethystos
noun
an amethyst

amfractus
amfrāctus
cross-reference

amica
amīca
noun
a female friend

amice
amīcē
adverb
in a friendly manner

amicio
amiciō
verb
to throw around

amicitia
amīcitia
noun
friendship

amictus
amictus
noun
a throwing on

amictus
amictus
participle
p. of amicio

amicula
amīcula
noun
a loved one

amiculum
amiculum
noun
an outer garment

amiculus
amīculus
noun
a pet friend

amicus
amīcus
adjective
loving

amicus
amīcus
noun
a loved one

amigro
āmigrō
verb
to migrate

Aminaeus
Amīnaēus
adjective
of Aminaea

Aminaeus
Amīnaeus
adjective
of Aminaea

amissio
āmissiō
noun
a losing

amissum
āmissum
noun
a loss

amissus
āmissus
noun
a loss

amissus
āmissus
participle
p. of amitto

amita
amita
noun
a father's sister

amitto
āmittō
verb
to send away

amnicola
amnicola
noun
that grows near a river

amniculus
amniculus
noun
a rivulet

amnis
amnis
noun
a river

amo
amō
verb
to love

amoenitas
amoenitās
noun
pleasantness

amoenus
amoenus
adjective
pleasant

amolior
āmōlior
verb
to remove

amomon
amōmon
noun
an aromatic shrub

amomum
amōmum
noun
an aromatic shrub

amor
amor
noun
love

amotio
āmōtiō
noun
a putting away

amoveo
āmoveō
verb
to move away

amp
amp
preposition
around

amphibolia
amphibolia
noun
ambiguity

Amphictyones
Amphictyones
noun
the assembly of the confederated Greek States

Amphion
Amphīōn
noun
a son of Jupiter

amphitheatrum
amphitheātrum
noun
an amphitheatre

amphora
amphora
noun
a large oblong vessel for liquids

Amphrysius
Amphrȳsius
adjective
of Amphrysus

Amphrysos
Amphrȳsos
noun
a small river of Thessaly

Amphrysus
Amphrȳsus
noun
a small river of Thessaly

ample
amplē
adverb
largely

amplector
amplector
verb
to twine around

amplexo
amplexō
verb
[rare for amplexor]

amplexor
amplexor
verb
to embrace

amplexus
amplexus
noun
an encircling

amplificatio
amplificātiō
noun
an extending

amplificator
amplificātor
noun
one who enlarges

amplifice
amplificē
adverb
splendidly

amplifico
amplificō
verb
to broaden

amplio
ampliō
verb
to widen

amplitudo
amplitūdō
noun
wide extent

amplius
amplius
adverb
more

amplus
amplus
adjective
of large extent

Ampsanctus
Ampsānctus
noun
all hallowed lake

ampulla
ampulla
noun
a vessel for liquids

ampullor
ampullor
verb
to talk bombast

amputatio
amputātiō
noun
a pruning

amputo
amputō
verb
to cut around

Amsanctus
Amsānctus
noun
all hallowed lake

amurca
amurca
noun
the waste in pressing olives

amurga
amurga
noun
the waste in pressing olives

Amycla
Amȳcla
noun
A town of Laconia

Amyclaeus
Amȳclaeus
adjective
of Amyclae

amygdalum
amygdalum
noun
an almond

amystis
amystis
noun
the emptying of a cup at a draught

an
an
conjunction
or

an
an
preposition
around

anabathrum
anabathrum
noun
raised seats (in a theatre)

Anagninus
Anāgnīnus
adjective
of Anagnia (a town of Latium)

anagnostes
anāgnōstēs
noun
a reader

analeptris
analēptris
cross-reference
a shoulder - pad (to improve the figure)

anapaesticum
anapaesticum
noun
anapaestic verses (once; al. anapaestos)

anapaestus
anapaestus
adjective
[as subst m. (sc. pes)] an anapaest

anas
anas
noun
a duck

anaticula
anaticula
noun
a duckling

anatocismus
anatocismus
noun
interest upon interest

anceps
anceps
adjective
that has two heads

Anchises
Anchīsēs
noun
father of Aeneas

Anchiseus
Anchīsēus
adjective
of Anchises

Anchisiades
Anchīsiadēs
noun
patr.

ancile
ancīle
noun
a small oval shield

ancilla
ancilla
noun
a maid-servant

ancillaris
ancillāris
adjective
of a female servant

ancillula
ancillula
noun
a young female slave

ancora
ancora
noun
an anchor

ancorale
ancorāle
noun
an anchor-cable

ancorarius
ancorārius
adjective
of an anchor

andabata
andabata
noun
a gladiator

androgynus
androgynus
noun
a man woman

anellus
ānellus
noun
a little ring

anethum
anēthum
noun
dill

anfractus
ānfrāctus
noun
a recurving

ango
angō
verb
to draw close

angor
angor
noun
a strangling

anguicomus
anguicomus
adjective
with snaky hair (poet.)

anguiculus
anguiculus
noun
a small serpent

anguifer
anguifer
adjective
serpent-bearing (poet.)

anguigena
anguigena
noun
engendered of a serpent

anguilla
anguilla
noun
an eel

anguineus
anguineus
adjective
of serpents

anguinus
anguīnus
adjective
of serpents

anguipes
anguipēs
adjective
serpent-footed (poet.)

anguis
anguis
noun
a serpent

Anguitenens
Anguitenēns
noun
serpent-holder

angulatus
angulātus
adjective
with corners

angulus
angulus
noun
an angle

anguste
angustē
adverb
narrowly

angustia
angustia
noun
narrowness

angusto
angustō
verb
to make narrow

angustum
angustum
noun
a narrow place

angustus
angustus
adjective
narrow

anhelitus
anhēlitus
noun
a difficulty of breathing

anhelo
anhēlō
verb
[intransitively] to breathe with difficulty

anhelus
anhēlus
adjective
out of breath

anicula
anicula
noun
a little old woman

Aniensis
Aniēnsis
adjective
of the Anio

anilis
anīlis
adjective
of an old woman

anilitas
anīlitās
noun
the old age of a woman

aniliter
anīliter
adverb
like an old woman

anima
anima
noun
air

animabilis
animābilis
adjective
enlivening

animadversio
animadversiō
noun
investigation

animadversor
animadversor
noun
a censor [once]

animadverto
animadvertō
verb
to direct the mind

animadvorto
animadvortō
verb
to direct the mind

animal
animal
noun
a living being

animalis
animālis
adjective
of air

animans
animāns
adjective
animate

animatio
animātiō
noun
an animating

animatus
animātus
adjective
disposed

animo
animō
verb
to dispose

animo
animō
verb
to enliven

animose
animōsē
adverb
spiritedly

animosus
animōsus
adjective
full of air

animosus
animōsus
adjective
full of courage

animula
animula
noun
a breeze

animus
animus
noun
the rational soul

Anio
Aniō
noun
a tributary of the Tiber

annalis
annālis
noun
[sc. liber] a record of events

annalis
annālis
adjective
relating to a year

anne
anne
cross-reference

annecto
annectō
cross-reference

annecto
annectō
verb
to tie to

annellus
annellus
noun
a little ring

annexus
annexus
cross-reference

annexus
annexus
noun
a connection

Annibal
Annibal
noun
a Carthaginian name

anniculus
anniculus
adjective
of a year

annisus
annīsus
participle
p. of adnitor

annitor
annītor
verb
to lean against

annitor
annītor
cross-reference

anniversarius
anniversārius
adjective
returning every year

annixus
annīxus
participle
p. of adnitor

anno
annō
verb
to swim to

anno
annō
cross-reference

annodo
annōdō
cross-reference

annon
annōn
cross-reference

annona
annōna
noun
the year's produce

annosus
annōsus
adjective
full of years

annotinus
annōtinus
adjective
annus

annoto
annotō
cross-reference

annumero
annumerō
cross-reference

annumero
annumerō
verb
to add

annuntio
annūntiō
verb
to announce

annuo
annuō
cross-reference

annuo
annuō
verb
to nod to

annus
annus
noun
a year

annuus
annuus
adjective
of a year

anquiro
anquīrō
verb
to seek on all sides

ansa
ānsa
noun
a handle

anser
ānser
noun
a goose

ante
ante
adverb
[space] before

ante
ante
preposition
[spatial] before

antea
anteā
adverb
before

Antecanem
Antecanem
noun
translation of

antecapio
antecapiō
verb
to obtain before

antecedens
antecēdēns
adjective
foregoing

antecedo
antecēdō
verb
to go before

antecello
antecellō
verb
to be prominent

anteceptus
anteceptus
participle
p. of antecapio

antecessio
antecessiō
noun
a going before

antecursor
antecursor
noun
[properly] a forerunner

anteeo
anteeō
verb
to go before

antefero
anteferō
verb
to bear in front

antefixus
antefīxus
adjective
fastened before

antegredior
antegredior
verb
to go before

antehabeo
antehabeō
verb
to prefer

antehac
antehāc
adverb
of time

anteideā
anteideā
adverb
before

antelucanus
antelūcānus
adjective
before light

antemeridianus
antemerīdiānus
adjective
before mid-day

antemitto
antemittō
cross-reference

antemna
antemna
noun
a ship's yard

antenna
antenna
noun
a ship's yard

anteoccupatio
anteoccupātiō
noun
[in rhetoric] an anticipation (of objections)

antepes
antepēs
noun
the forefoot (poet.)

antepilanus
antepīlānus
noun
a soldier of the first two ranks

antepono
antepōnō
verb
to set before

antequam
antequam
adverb
sooner than

antes
antēs
noun
rows (of vines)

antesignanus
antesīgnānus
noun
a leader in battle

antestor
antestor
verb
[in law] to call as a witness

antesto
antestō
cross-reference

antevenio
anteveniō
verb
to come before

anteverto
antevertō
verb
to take a place before

antevorto
antevortō
verb
to take a place before

anthias
anthias
noun
an unknown sea-fish

anticipatio
anticipātiō
noun
a preconception

anticipo
anticipō
verb
to take before

anticus
antīcus
adjective
ancient

anticus
antīcus
adjective
in front

antidea
antideā
adverb
before

antidotum
antidotum
noun
a remedy against poison

antiquaria
antīquāria
noun
a female antiquarian [once]

antiquarius
antiquarius
noun
an antiquarian

antique
antīquē
adverb
like the ancients

antiquitas
antīquitās
noun
age

antiquitus
antīquitus
adverb
in former times

antiquo
antīquō
verb
[of a bill] to reject

antiquus
antīquus
adjective
ancient

antistes
antistes
noun
an overseer of a temple

antistita
antistita
noun
a female superintendent (of a temple or worship)

antisto
antistō
verb
to stand before

Antoniaster
Antōniaster
noun
a servile imitator of the orator Antonius

Antonius
Antōnius
cross-reference
a gentile name

antonius
antōnius
cross-reference
a gentile name

antrum
antrum
noun
a cave

anularius
ānulārius
noun
a maker of rings

anulus
ānulus
noun
a ring

anus
ānus
noun
[properly] a ring

anus
anus
noun
an old woman

anxie
ānxiē
adverb
anxiously

anxietas
ānxietās
noun
anxiety

anxifer
ānxifer
adjective
bringing anxiety

anxitudo
ānxitūdō
noun
trouble

anxius
ānxius
adjective
[of a state or mood] anxious

aotum
āotum
cross-reference
see actum

apage
apage
interjection
[comic and colloq.] away with thee! begone! away! off with!

apeliotes
apēliōtēs
noun
the east wind

aper
aper
noun
a wild boar

aperio
aperiō
verb
to uncover

aperte
apertē
adverb
openly

apertus
apertus
adjective
without covering

apex
apex
noun
the extreme end

aphractus
aphractus
noun
(uncovered)

apicatus
apicātus
adjective
wearing a flamen's cap

apis
apis
noun
a bee

apiscor
apīscor
verb
to reach

apium
apium
noun
parsley

aplustre
aplustre
noun
an ornament of wood on the stern of a ship

apocleti
apoclētī
noun
a commission of the Aetolian league

apodyterium
apodȳtērium
noun
an undressing-room (in a bath-house)

Apollinaris
Apollināris
adjective
of Apollo

Apollo
Apollō
noun
Apollo

apologus
apologus
noun
a fable after the manner of Aesop

apoproegmenon
apoproēgmenon
noun
[in philos.] that which is to be rejected

apotheca
apothēca
noun
a repository

apparate
apparātē
adverb
sumptuously

apparatio
apparātiō
noun
a preparing

apparatus
apparātus
adjective
prepared

apparatus
apparātus
noun
a preparing

apparens
appārēns
adjective
visible

appareo
appāreō
verb
to appear

apparitio
appāritiō
noun
a serving

apparitor
appāritor
noun
a servant

apparo
apparō
verb
to prepare

appellatio
appellātiō
noun
an addressing

appellator
appellātor
noun
one who appeals

appellito
appellitō
verb
to name habitually

appello
appellō
verb
to address

appello
appellō
verb
to drive to

appendicula
appendicula
noun
a petty addition

appendix
appendix
noun
an addition

appendo
appendō
verb
to weigh out

Appenninicola
Appennīnicola
noun
an inhabitant of the Apennines

Appenninigenus
Appennīnigenus
adjective
born on the Apennines

appetens
appetēns
adjective
striving after

appetenter
appetenter
adverb
greedily

appetentia
appetentia
noun
desire

appetitio
appetītiō
noun
a grasping at

appetitus
appetītus
participle
p. of appeto

appetitus
appetītus
noun
a longing

appeto
appetō
verb
[transitively] to strive for

appingo
appingō
verb
to paint upon (very rare)

Appius
Appius
noun
a family name in the gens Claudia

applaudo
applaudō
verb
to strike upon

applicatio
applicātiō
noun
an inclination

applicatus
applicātus
adjective
attached

applico
applicō
verb
to join

apploro
applōrō
verb
to bewail

appono
appōnō
verb
to put at

apporrectus
apporrēctus
adjective
stretched out at hand

apporto
apportō
verb
to carry

apposco
appōscō
verb
to demand besides

apposite
appositē
adverb
fitly

appositus
appositus
adjective
contiguous

apprecor
apprecor
verb
to pray to

apprehendo
apprehendō
verb
to seize

apprime
apprīmē
adverb
first of all

apprimo
apprimō
verb
to press close

approbatio
approbātiō
noun
an approval

approbator
approbātor
noun
one who approves

approbo
approbō
verb
to assent to

appromitto
apprōmittō
verb
to promise besides

appropero
approperō
verb
trans

appropinquatio
appropinquātiō
noun
an approach

appropinquo
appropinquō
verb
to come near

appugno
appūgnō
verb
to fight against

appulsus
appulsus
participle
p. of 1 appello

appulsus
appulsus
noun
[of ships etc.] a landing

apricatio
aprīcātiō
noun
a basking

apricor
aprīcor
verb
to sun oneself

apricus
aprīcus
adjective
exposed to the sun

Aprilis
Aprīlis
adjective
of April

aptatus
aptātus
adjective
fit

apte
aptē
adverb
closely

apto
aptō
verb
to adapt

aptus
aptus
adjective
fastened

apud
apud
preposition
with

aput
aput
preposition
with

aqua
aqua
noun
water

aquarius
aquārius
adjective
of water

aquaticus
aquāticus
adjective
growing in water

aquatilis
aquātilis
adjective
living in water

aquatio
aquātiō
noun
a watering

aquator
aquātor
noun
a water-carrier

aquila
aquila
noun
an eagle

aquilifer
aquilifer
noun
an eaglebearer

aquilo
aquilō
noun
the north wind

aquilonius
aquilōnius
adjective
northern

Aquinas
Aquīnās
adjective
of Aquinum

aquor
aquor
verb
to fetch water

aquosus
aquōsus
adjective
abounding in water

aquula
aquula
noun
a little water

ara
āra
noun
a structure for sacrifice

Arabs
Arabs
adjective
arabian

aranea
arānea
noun
a spider

araneola
arāneola
noun
a small spider

araneosus
arāneōsus
adjective
full of spiders' webs

araneum
arāneum
noun
a cobweb

araneus
arāneus
noun
a spider

Arateus
Arātēus
adjective
of the poet Aratus

aratio
arātiō
noun
a ploughing

Aratiteus
Arātītēus
adjective
of the poet Aratus

arator
arātor
noun
a ploughman

aratrum
arātrum
noun
a plough

arbiter
arbiter
noun
a spectator

arbitra
arbitra
noun
a female witness

arbitratus
arbitrātus
noun
mediatiou

arbitratus
arbitrātus
participle
p. of arbitror

arbitrium
arbitrium
noun
[in law] a judgment

arbitro
arbitrō
verb
to consider

arbitror
arbitror
verb
[in law of witnesses] to testify on information and belief

arbor
arbor
noun
tree

arboreus
arboreus
adjective
of a tree

arbos
arbōs
noun
a tree

arbustum
arbustum
noun
a place where trees are planted

arbustus
arbustus
adjective
set with trees

arbuteus
arbuteus
adjective
of the arbutus

arbutum
arbutum
noun
the fruit of the arbutus

arbutus
arbutus
noun
the wild strawberrytree

arca
arca
noun
a place for safe-keeping

Arcadicus
Arcadicus
adjective
arcadian

arcano
arcānō
adverb
secretly

arcanus
arcānus
adjective
secret

Arcas
Arcas
adjective
arcadian

arceo
arceō
verb
to shut up

arcessitus
arcessītus
noun
a calling for

arcessitus
arcessītus
participle
p. of arcesso

arcesso
arcessō
verb
to cause to come

archetypus
archetypus
adjective
first made

Archiacus
Archiacus
adjective
made by Archias (a cabinetmaker)

Archilochius
Archilochīus
adjective
like Archilochus

archimagirus
archimagīrus
noun
a headcook

archipirata
archipīrāta
noun
a pirate captain

architector
architector
verb
to build

architectura
architectūra
noun
the art of building

architectus
architectus
noun
a masterbuilder

archon
archōn
noun
the highest magistrate of Athens

Arcitenens
Arcitenēns
adjective
holding a bow

arcte
arctē
adverb
closely

Arctophylax
Arctophylax
noun
a constellation

Arctos
Arctos
noun
the Great Bear (Ursa Major)

arcturus
arctūrus
noun
(bear-ward)

arctus
arctus
adjective
close

arcuatus
arcuātus
adjective
bow - like

arcula
arcula
noun
a small box

arcus
arcus
noun
a bow

ardea
ardea
noun
the heron

ardelio
ārdeliō
noun
a busybody

ardens
ārdēns
adjective
glowing

ardenter
ārdenter
adverb
hotly

ardeo
ārdeō
verb
to be on fire

ardesco
ārdēscō
verb
to take fire

ardor
ārdor
noun
a burning

arduum
arduum
noun
a steep place

arduus
arduus
adjective
steep

area
ārea
noun
ground (for a house)

Aremorica
Aremorica
noun
maritime

arena
arēna
noun
sand

arena
arēna
cross-reference

arenaceus
arēnāceus
cross-reference

arenosus
arēnōsus
adjective
full of sand

arens
ārēns
adjective
dry

areo
āreō
verb
to be dry

Areopagus
Arēopagus
noun
mars' Hill at Athens

aresco
ārēscō
verb
to become dry

aretalogus
aretālogus
noun
a prattler about virtue

argentarius
argentārius
adjective
of money

argentatus
argentātus
adjective
plated with silver

argenteus
argenteus
adjective
of silver

argentum
argentum
noun
silver

argestes
argestēs
noun
the west-southwest wind

Argi
Argī
noun
the Argives

argilla
argilla
noun
white clay

argitis
argītis
noun
a vine with white grapes

argumentatio
argūmentātiō
noun
[in rhetoric] a proving

argumentor
argūmentor
verb
to adduce proof

argumentum
argūmentum
noun
an argument

arguo
arguō
verb
to make known

argutatio
argūtātiō
noun
a creaking

argute
argūtē
adverb
ingeniously

argutia
argūtia
noun
liveliness

arguto
argūtō
verb
to prattle

argutulus
argūtulus
adjective
somewhat subtle

argutus
argūtus
adjective
active

argyraspis
argyraspis
noun
[plur.] soldiers with silver shields

aridulus
āridulus
adjective
somewhat dry

aridus
āridus
adjective
dry

aries
ariēs
noun
a ram

arieto
arietō
verb
to strike violently

ariola
ariola
cross-reference

ariolatio
ariolātiō
noun
a soothsaying

ariolor
ariolor
verb
to foretell

ariolor
ariolor
cross-reference

ariolus
ariolus
noun
a soothsayer

Ariopagus
Arīopagus
noun
mars' Hill at Athens

arista
arista
noun
the top of an ear

arithmeticum
arithmēticum
noun
arithmetic

armamaxa
armamaxa
noun
a covered Persian chariot (esp. for women and children)

armamentarium
armāmentārium
noun
an arsenal

armamentum
armāmentum
noun
implements

armarium
armārium
noun
a closet

armatura
armātūra
noun
armor

armatus
armātus
adjective
armed

armatus
armātus
noun
armor

armentalis
armentālis
adjective
of a herd

armentarius
armentārius
noun
a herdsman

armentum
armentum
noun
cattle for ploughing

armifer
armifer
adjective
armsbearing

armiger
armiger
noun
one who bears arms (late)

armigera
armigera
noun
a female armorbearer

armilla
armilla
noun
a bracelet

armillatus
armillātus
adjective
decked with bracelets

Armilustrum
Armilustrum
noun
a place in Rome

armipotens
armipotēns
adjective
powerful in arms

armisonus
armisonus
adjective
resounding with arms

armo
armō
verb
to furnish with weapons

Armorica
Armorica
noun
maritime

armum
armum
noun
implements

armus
armus
noun
the shoulder

aro
arō
verb
to plough

arquitenens
arquitenēns
cross-reference

Arquitenens
Arquitenēns
adjective
holding a bow

arquuatus
arquuātus
adjective
bow - like

arr
arr
cross-reference
[see adr-.]

arrabo
arrabō
noun
earnest-money

arrectus
arrēctus
adjective
upright

arrepo
arrēpō
verb
to creep to

arrideo
arrīdeō
verb
to laugh

arrigo
arrigō
verb
to set up

arripio
arripiō
verb
to snatch

arrisio
arrīsiō
noun
a smile of approval

arrodo
arrōdō
verb
to nibble at

arrogans
arrogāns
adjective
(P. of adrogo)

arroganter
arroganter
adverb
presumptuously

arrogantia
arrogantia
noun
assumption

arrogo
arrogō
verb
to add

ars
ars
noun
practical skill

arte
artē
adverb
closely

arteria
artēria
noun
the windpipe

arthriticus
arthrīticus
adjective
gouty

articulatim
articulātim
adverb
piecemeal

articulus
articulus
noun
a joint

artifex
artifex
noun
a master of an art

artificiose
artificiōsē
adverb
skilfully

artificiosus
artificiōsus
adjective
full of skill

artificium
artificium
noun
a profession

artius
artius
cross-reference

arto
artō
verb
to contract

artolaganus
artolaganus
noun
a kind of cake

artopta
artopta
noun
a breadpan

artus
artus
adjective
close

artus
artus
noun
joints

arula
ārula
noun
a small altar

arundifer
arundīfer
cross-reference

arundifer
arundifer
adjective
reed-bearing

arundineus
arundineus
adjective
of reeds

arundinosus
arundinōsus
adjective
abounding in reeds

arundo
arundō
cross-reference

arundo
arundō
noun
a reed

aruspex
aruspex
cross-reference

aruspex
aruspex
noun
a soothsayer

aruspicinus
aruspicīnus
adjective
relating to soothsaying

aruspicinus
aruspicīnus
cross-reference

aruspicium
aruspicium
noun
inspection of victims

arvina
arvīna
noun
grease

arvum
arvum
noun
an arable field

arvus
arvus
adjective
ploughed

arx
arx
noun
a castle

as
ās
noun
one

ascea
āscea
noun
an axe

ascendo
ascendō
verb
to mount

ascensio
ascēnsiō
noun
a rising

ascensus
ascēnsus
noun
a climbing

ascensus
ascēnsus
participle
p. of ascendo

ascia
āscia
noun
an axe

ascio
asciō
verb
to receive

ascisco
ascīscō
verb
to take to oneself

ascitus
ascītus
adjective
adopted

ascribo
ascrībō
verb
to write in addition

ascripticius
ascrīptīcius
adjective
received by enrolment [once]

ascriptio
ascrīptiō
noun
an addition in writing

ascriptor
ascrīptor
noun
one who adds his name

ascriptus
ascrīptus
participle
p. of ascribo

asella
asella
noun
a small she-ass

asellus
asellus
noun
a little ass

asilus
asīlus
noun
a gad-fly

asinus
asinus
noun
an ass

asotus
asōtus
noun
a libertine

asparagus
asparagus
noun
asparagus

aspargo
aspargō
cross-reference

aspargo
aspargō
noun
a sprinkling

aspectabilis
aspectābilis
adjective
visible

aspecto
aspectō
verb
to look at attentively

aspectus
aspectus
noun
a seeing

aspectus
aspectus
participle
p. of aspicio

aspello
aspellō
verb
to drive away

asper
asper
adjective
without hope

aspere
asperē
adverb
harshly

aspergo
aspergō
verb
to scatter

aspergo
aspergō
noun
a sprinkling

asperitas
asperitās
noun
unevenness

aspernatio
āspernātiō
noun
disdain

aspernor
āspernor
verb
to disdain

aspero
asperō
verb
to make rough

aspersio
aspersiō
noun
a sprinkling

aspersus
aspersus
participle
p. of 1 aspergo

aspicio
aspiciō
verb
to look at

aspiratio
aspīrātiō
noun
a breathing on

aspiro
aspīrō
verb
to breathe at

aspis
aspis
noun
an asp

asportatio
asportātiō
noun
a carrying away [once]

asporto
asportō
verb
to carry away

aspretum
asprētum
noun
rough places

assa
āssa
noun
a dry nurse

asse
asse
cross-reference
ad

assecla
assecla
noun
a follower

assectatio
assectātiō
noun
a waiting on

assectator
assectātor
noun
a client

assector
assector
verb
to wait upon

assecula
assecula
noun
a follower

assensio
assēnsiō
noun
an assent

assensor
assēnsor
noun
one who agrees

assensus
assēnsus
noun
an agreement

assensus
assēnsus
participle
p. of adsentio

assentatio
assentātiō
noun
flattery

assentatiuncula
assentātiuncula
noun
a bit of flattery

assentator
assentātor
noun
a flatterer

assentatorie
assentātōriē
adverb
fawningly

assentio
assentiō
verb
to agree with

assentior
assentior
verb
to give assent

assentor
assentor
verb
to assent constantly

assequor
assequor
verb
to follow up

asser
asser
noun
a stake

assero
asserō
verb
to claim

assero
asserō
verb
to plant at

asservio
asserviō
verb
to help

asservo
asservō
verb
to watch over

assessio
assessiō
noun
a sitting near

assessor
assessor
noun
an assistant

assessus
assessus
noun
a sitting by

asseveranter
assevēranter
adverb
earnestly

asseveratio
assevērātiō
noun
a vehement assertion

assevero
assevērō
verb
to affirm

assi
assi
cross-reference
in compounds of ad

assideo
assideō
verb
to sit by

assido
assīdō
verb
to take a seat

assidue
assiduē
adverb
continually

assiduitas
assiduitās
noun
constant attendance

assiduus
assiduus
adjective
attending

assignatio
assīgnātiō
noun
an assigning

assigno
assīgnō
verb
to mark out

assilio
assiliō
verb
to leap at

assimilis
assimilis
adjective
like

assimilo
assimilō
verb
to make like

assimulatio
assimulātiō
noun
a feigned assent

assimulatus
assimulātus
adjective
feigned

assimulo
assimulō
verb
to make like

assisto
assistō
verb
to stand by

assoleo
assoleō
verb
(only 3d person)

assono
assonō
verb
to resound

assu
assu
cross-reference
in compounds of ad

assuefacio
assuēfaciō
verb
to accustom

assuesco
assuēscō
verb
to accustom

assuetudo
assuētūdō
noun
custom

assuetus
assuētus
adjective
habituated

assulto
assultō
verb
to leap at

assultus
assultus
noun
an attack

assum
āssum
noun
a roast

assum
assum
verb
to be at

assumo
assūmō
verb
to take to oneself

assumptio
assūmptiō
noun
acceptance

assumptivus
assūmptīvus
adjective
[in rhetoric] extraneous

assuo
assuō
verb
to sew on

assurgo
assurgō
verb
to rise up

assus
āssus
adjective
roasted

ast
ast
conjunction
but

asterno
asternō
verb
to strew on [once]

astipulator
astipulātor
noun
[in law] an associate in accepting a verbal contract

astipulor
astipulor
verb
[in law] to join the principal

astiti.
astitī.
cross-reference
i. Perf. of adsisto

astituo
astituō
verb
to place

asto
astō
verb
to stand at

astrepo
astrepō
verb
to make a noise at

astricte
astrictē
adverb
rigidly

astrictus
astrictus
adjective
drawn together

astringo
astringō
verb
to bind on

astrologia
astrologia
noun
the science of the heavenly bodies

astrologus
astrologus
noun
an astronomer

astrum
astrum
noun
a heavenly body

astruo
astruō
verb
to build in addition

astu
astū
noun
a city

astupeo
astupeō
verb
to be amazed at

astus
astus
noun
adroitness

astute
astūtē
adverb
craftily

astutia
astūtia
noun
adroitness

astutus
astūtus
adjective
wary

asumbolus
asumbolus
adjective
not contributing

asylum
asȳlum
noun
a place of refuge

asymbolus
asymbolus
cross-reference

asymbolus
asymbolus
adjective
not contributing

at
at
conjunction
but

Atabulus
Atābulus
noun
the southeast wind

atat
ātāt
interjection
[interj. of surprise] So!

atavus
atavus
noun
a grandfather's grandfather

Atellanus
Ātellānus
adjective
of Atella (a town of Campania)

ater
āter
adjective
black

Athena
Athēna
noun
Athens

athleta
āthlēta
noun
a wrestler

atomus
atomus
noun
an indivisible particle

atque
atque
conjunction
and

atqui
atquī
conjunction
but somehow

atquin
atquīn
conjunction
but somehow

atramentum
ātrāmentum
noun
a black liquid

atratus
ātrātus
adjective
clothed in black

Atrides
Atrīdēs
noun
patr.

atriensis
ātriēnsis
noun
a steward

atriolum
ātriolum
noun
a small hall

atrium
ātrium
noun
a room which contains the hearth

atrocitas
atrōcitās
noun
fierceness

atrociter
atrōciter
adverb
fiercely

atrox
atrōx
adjective
savage

attactus
attāctus
noun
a touch

attactus
attāctus
participle
p. of attingo

attagen
attagēn
noun
the heath-cock

Attalicus
Attalicus
adjective
of Attalus (king of Pergamus)

attamen
attamen
conjunction
conj

attat
attāt
interjection
[interj. of surprise] So!

attegia
attegia
noun
a hut

attemperate
attemperātē
adverb
opportunely

attendo
attendō
verb
to stretch toward

attente
attentē
adverb
carefully

attentio
attentiō
noun
application

attento
attentō
cross-reference

attentus
attentus
adjective
attentive

attenuate
attenuātē
adverb
[of style] dryly

attenuatio
attenuātiō
noun
a lessening

attenuatus
attenuātus
adjective
enfeebled

attenuo
attenuō
verb
to make thin

attero
atterō
verb
to rub against

attestor
attestor
verb
to prove

attexo
attexō
verb
to weave to

attice
atticē
adverb
in the Attic style

Atticus
Atticus
adjective
Athenian

attineo
attineō
verb
[transitively] to hold fast

attingo
attingō
verb
to touch

attollo
attollō
verb
to lift up

attondeo
attondeō
verb
to shave

attonitus
attonitus
adjective
thunderstruck

attono
attonō
verb
to thunder at

attorqueo
attorqueō
verb
to hurl upwards

attraho
attrahō
verb
to draw

attrectatus
attrectātus
noun
a handling

attrecto
attrectō
verb
to touch

attribuo
attribuō
verb
to assign

attributio
attribūtiō
noun
an assignment (of a debt)

attributum
attribūtum
noun
[in grammar] an attribute

attritus
attrītus
adjective
rubbed

au
au
interjection
Oh!

auceps
auceps
noun
a bird-catcher

aucte
auctē
adverb
bountifully

auctio
auctiō
noun
an increase

auctionarius
auctiōnārius
adjective
of an auction

auctionor
auctiōnor
verb
to hold a public sale

auctito
auctitō
verb
to increase greatly

aucto
auctō
verb
to increase much

auctor
auctor
noun
a promoter

auctoramentum
auctōrāmentum
noun
[late] earnest money

auctoritas
auctōritās
noun
origination

auctoro
auctōrō
verb
[only passive] to bind

auctumnalis
auctumnālis
adjective
of autumn

auctumnus
auctumnus
noun
autumn

auctus
auctus
adjective
abundant

auctus
auctus
noun
increase

aucupium
aucupium
noun
bird-catching

aucupor
aucupor
verb
to be a birdcatcher

audacia
audācia
noun
daring

audaciter
audāciter
adverb
boldly

audacter
audācter
adverb
boldly

audax
audāx
adjective
daring

audens
audēns
adjective
daring

audenter
audenter
adverb
boldly

audentia
audentia
noun
daring

audeo
audeō
verb
to venture

audiendus
audiendus
adjective
to be heard

audiens
audiēns
adjective
[as subst] a hearer

audientia
audientia
noun
a hearing

audio
audiō
verb
to hear

auditio
audītiō
noun
a hearing

auditor
audītor
noun
a hearer

auditorium
audītōrium
noun
a lecture-room

auditus
audītus
participle
p. of audio

auditus
audītus
noun
the hearing

aufero
auferō
verb
to take away

aufugio
aufugiō
verb
to flee away

augeo
augeō
verb
to increase

augesco
augēscō
verb
to grow

augur
augur
noun
a seer

auguralis
augurālis
adjective
of divination

auguratio
augurātiō
noun
a divining (by augury)

augurato
augurātō
cross-reference
[see auguro]

auguratus
augurātus
noun
the office of augur

auguratus
augurātus
participle
p. of auguro and of auguror

augurium
augurium
noun
the observance of omens

augurius
augurius
adjective
of an augur

auguror
auguror
verb
to act as augur

auguro
augurō
verb
to act as augur

auguste
augustē
adverb
reverently

augustus
augustus
adjective
consecrated

Augustus
Augustus
noun
a cognomen given to Octavius Caesar as emperor

aula
aula
noun
a court

aulaeum
aulaeum
noun
embroidered stuff

aulicus
aulicus
noun
a courtier

auloedus
auloedus
noun
one who sings to the flute

aura
aura
noun
the air (in motion)

auraria
aurāria
noun
a gold-mine

auratus
aurātus
adjective
adorned with gold

aureolus
aureolus
adjective
golden

aureus
aureus
adjective
of gold

auricomus
auricomus
adjective
goldenhaired

auricula
auricula
noun
the external ear

aurifer
aurifer
adjective
goldbearing

aurifex
aurifex
noun
a goldsmith

auriga
aurīga
noun
a charioteer

aurigena
aurigena
noun
sprung from gold (of Perseus)

auriger
auriger
adjective
goldbearing

auris
auris
noun
the ear

auritulus
aurītulus
noun
an ass

auritus
aurītus
adjective
with ears

aurora
aurōra
noun
the morning

aurum
aurum
noun
gold

auscultator
auscultātor
noun
a hearer

ausculto
auscultō
verb
to hear with attention

ausim
ausim
cross-reference
[see audeo]

auspex
auspex
noun
an interpreter of omens given by birds

auspicato
auspicātō
adverb
after taking the auspices

auspicatus
auspicātus
adjective
inaugurated

auspicium
auspicium
noun
divination by the flight of birds

auspicor
auspicor
verb
to take the auspices

auster
auster
noun
the south wind

austere
austērē
adverb
severely

austerus
austērus
adjective
severe

australis
austrālis
adjective
southern

austrinus
austrīnus
adjective
southern

ausum
ausum
noun
a bold deed

ausus
ausus
participle
p. of audeo

aut
aut
conjunction
or

autem
autem
conjunction
but

authepsa
authepsa
noun
an urn

autor
autor
noun
a promoter

autoritas
autōritās
noun
origination

autumnalis
autumnālis
adjective
of autumn

autumnus
autumnus
adjective
autumnal

autumo
autumō
verb
to say aye

auxiliaris
auxiliāris
adjective
aiding

auxiliarius
auxiliārius
adjective
assistant

auxiliator
auxiliātor
noun
a helper

auxilior
auxilior
verb
to give help

auxilium
auxilium
noun
help

ava
ava
noun
a grandmother

avare
avārē
adverb
greedily

avaritia
avāritia
noun
inordinate desire

avarus
avārus
adjective
eagerly desirous

aveho
avehō
verb
to carry off

avello
āvellō
verb
to tear away

avena
avēna
noun
oats

aveo
aveō
verb
[only in salutation] to be well

aveo
aveō
verb
to wish for

Avernalis
Avernālis
adjective
of Lake Avernus

Avernus
Avernus
adjective
[properly because its exhalations destroyed life] birdless

averro
āverrō
verb
to sweep away

averrunco
āverruncō
verb
to avert

aversor
āversor
verb
to turn from

aversor
āversor
noun
a thief

aversus
āversus
adjective
turned away

averto
āvertō
verb
to turn away

avia
avia
noun
a grandmother

aviarium
aviārium
noun
a poultry-yard

avide
avidē
adverb
eagerly

aviditas
aviditās
noun
eagerness for

avidus
avidus
adjective
longing eagerly

avis
avis
noun
a bird

avitus
avītus
adjective
of a grandfather

avius
āvius
adjective
out of the way

avocatio
āvocātiō
noun
a diversion

avoco
āvocō
verb
to call off

avolo
āvolō
verb
to fly away

avorto
avortō
verb
to turn away

avunculus
avunculus
noun
a maternal uncle

avus
avus
noun
a grandfather

axis
axīs
noun
an axle

 
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