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a
ā
interjection

a
ā
interjection
ah! alas! ha! ah me!

A
A
noun
short or long

a
a
cross-reference
Short a

a
a
noun
short or long

a
a
preposition

Aaron
Aarōn
noun
Aaron

Aba
Aba
noun

Ababus
Ababus
cross-reference

abactor
abactor
noun
one who drives off

abactus
abactus
adjective
driven away

abactus
abactus
noun
a driving away

abaculus
abaculus
noun
a small cube or tile of colored glass for making ornamental pavements

abacus
abacus
noun
a square tablet

Abaddir
Ābaddir
noun
the name of an Oriental deity

Abaddon
Abaddon
noun
the name of the angel of Tartarus

Abadir
Ābadir
noun
the name of an Oriental deity

abaestuo
abaestuō
verb
to hang down richly

abagio
abagiō
noun

abagmentum
abagmentum
noun
a means for procuring abortion

abalienatio
abaliēnātiō
noun
a legal transfer of property by

abalieno
abaliēnō
verb
to make alien from

abambulantes
abambulantes
noun

abamita
abamita
noun
sister of a great-great-grandfather

abante
abantē
adverb
Prep

Abanteus
Abanteus
adjective
pertaining to Abas

Abantiades
Abantiadēs
noun
patron

Abantius
Abantius
adjective
of Abantia

abarcet
abarcet
cross-reference

Abaris
Abaris
noun
A Rutulian

Abaritanus
Abaritānus
adjective
of Abaris

Abas
Abas
adjective
The twelfth king of Argos

abascantus
abascantus
adjective
unenvied

abathon
abathon
cross-reference

Abatos
Abatos
noun

abavia
abavia
noun
mother of a great-grandfather

abavunculus
abavunculus
noun
great-greatuncle

abavus
abavus
noun
Great-greatgrandfather

abax
abax
noun
a square tablet

Abba
Abba
noun
Obba

abba
abba
adjective
father

abbas
abbās
noun
the head of an ecclesiastical community

Abbassus
Abbassus
noun
Abbassus

abbatia
abbātia
noun
an abbess

abbatissa
abbātissa
noun
an abbess

abbreviatio
abbreviatiō
noun
an abbreviation

abbrevio
abbreviō
verb
to shorten

abcido
abcīdō
verb
to cut off

Abdalonymus
Abdalonymus
noun
Sidonian of royal descent

Abderita
Abdērīta
noun
an Abderite

Abderitanus
Abdērītānus
adjective
of Abdera

Abderites
Abdērītēs
noun
an Abderite

Abderum
Abdērum
noun
Abdera

abdicatio
abdicātiō
noun
a renouncing

abdicative
abdicātīvē
adverb
negatively

abdicativus
abdicatīvus
adjective
negative

abdicatrix
abdicātrix
noun
she that renounces or disclaims

abdico
abdicō
verb
to deny

abdico
abdīcō
verb
to assent to with a nod

abdite
abditē
adverb
P. a. fin

abditivus
abditīvus
adjective
Removed or separated from

abditum
abditum
noun

abditus
abditus
adjective
hidden

abdo
abdō
verb
to put away

Abdolonymus
Abdolonymus
cross-reference
v

Abdolonymus
Abdolonymus
noun
Sidonian of royal descent

abdomen
abdomen
noun
the fat lower part of the belly

abduco
abdūcō
verb
to lead one away

abductio
abductiō
noun
A forcible carrying off

abductus
abductus
adjective

Abeata
Abeāta
noun
the Abeatoe

abecedaius
abecedāius
noun
one who learns the a

abecedaria
abecedāria
noun
elementary instruction

abecedarium
abecedārium
noun
a

abecedarius
abecedārius
adjective
belonging to the alphabet

Abel
Abēl
noun
Abel

Abella
Abella
noun
a town in Campania

Abellana
Abellāna
cross-reference
the filbert

Abellani
Abellanī
cross-reference
the filbert

Abellinats
Abellīnāts
noun
Abellinum

Abellinum
Abellīnum
noun
Abellinum

Abellio
Abelliō
noun
the name of a Gallic deity

Abelus
Abēlus
noun
Abel

abemito
abemitō
cross-reference

abeo
abeō
verb
to go from

Abeona
Abeōna
noun
the goddess of departing

abequito
abequitō
verb
to ride away

abercet
abercet
cross-reference

aberratio
aberrātiō
noun
a relief

aberro
aberrō
verb
to wander from the way

abfore
abfore
cross-reference

abforem
abforem
cross-reference

abgregare
abgregāre
cross-reference

abhiemo
abhiemō
cross-reference

abhinc
abhinc
adverb
temp. adv

abhorreo
abhorreō
verb
to shrink back from

abhorresco
abhorrescō
verb

abhorride
abhorridē
adverb
in an unfit manner

abicio
abiciō
verb
to cast away

abiegnus
abiēgnus
adjective
made of fir-wood or deal

abiens
abiens
adjective

abies
abiēs
noun
the silver-fir

abietarius
abietārius
adjective
pertaining to fir-wood

abietarius
abietārius
noun
a joiner

abiga
abiga
noun
a plant which has the power of producing abortion

abigeator
abigeātor
noun
a cattle-stealer

abigeatus
abigeātus
noun
cattlestealing

abigeus
abigeus
noun
one that drives away

abigo
abigō
verb
to drive away

abitio
abitiō
noun
a going away

abito
ābītō
verb
to go away

abitus
abitus
noun
a going away

Abius
Abius
noun
a Scythian tribe in Asia

abjecte
abjectē
adverb
Dispiritedly

abjectio
abjectiō
noun
A throwing away or rejecting

abjectus
abjectus
adjective
downcast

abjicio
abjiciō
verb
to cast away

abjicio
abjiciō
cross-reference

abjudicativus
abjūdicātīvus
adjective
negative

abjudico
abjūdicō
verb
to deprive

abjugo
abjūgō
verb
to loose from the yoke

abjunctus
abjunctus
adjective

abjungo
abjungō
verb
to unyoke

abjuratio
abjūrātiō
noun
a forswearing

abjurgo
abjurgō
verb
to deny or refuse reproachfully

abjuro
abjūrō
verb
to deny any thing on oath

ablactatio
ablactātiō
noun
the weaning of a child

ablacto
ablactō
verb
to wean

ablaqueatio
ablaqueātiō
noun
a digging or loosening of the soil round the roots of a tree

ablaqueo
ablaqueō
verb
to turn up the earth round a tree

ablatio
ablātiō
noun
a taking away

ablativus
ablātīvus
noun
the ablative case

ablator
ablātor
noun
one who takes away

ablatus
ablātus
adjective

ablegatio
ablēgātiō
noun
a sending off or away

ablegmina
ablegmina
cross-reference

ablego
ablēgō
verb
to send off or away

ablepsia
ablepsia
noun
blindness

abligurio
abligūriō
verb
To lick away

abliguritio
abligūrītiō
noun
a consuming or spending in feasting

abliguritor
abligūrītor
noun
one who consumes in feasting

abligurrio
abligūrriō
verb
To lick away

abligurritio
abligurrītiō
noun
a consuming or spending in feasting

abligurritor
abligurrītor
noun
one who consumes in feasting

abloco
ablocō
verb
to lease out or let out on hire

abludo
ablūdō
verb
v. n.

abluo
abluō
verb
to wash off or away

ablutio
ablūtiō
noun
a washing

ablutor
ablūtor
noun
one that washes off or purifies

ablutus
ablūtus
adjective

abluvium
abluvium
noun
a flood or deluge

abmatertera
abmātertera
noun
a great-greatgreat-aunt

abnato
abnatō
verb
to swim off or away

abnegatio
abnegātiō
noun
a denying

abnegativus
abnegātīvus
adjective
negative

abnegator
abnegātor
noun
a denier

abnego
abnegō
verb
to refuse

abnepos
abnepos
noun
the son of a greatgrandchild

abneptis
abneptis
noun
the daughter of a

Abnoba
Abnoba
noun
a mountain range in Germany

Abnoba
Abnoba
noun
the goddess of the mountain Abnoba

abnocto
abnoctō
verb
to pass the night abroad

abnodo
abnōdō
verb
to cut off knots

abnormis
abnormis
adjective
deviating or departing from a fixed rule

abnueo
abnueō
cross-reference

abnuitio
abnuitiō
noun
negation

abnuiturus
abnuitūrus
adjective

abnumero
abnumerō
verb
to cast up numbers

abnuo
abnuō
verb
to refuse by a nod

abnutivum
abnūtīvum
noun
a denying

abnutivus
abnūtīvus
adjective

abnuto
abnūtō
verb
to deny

Aboedus
Aboedus
noun
a town in Mysia

abolefacio
abolefaciō
verb
to destroy

aboleo
aboleō
verb
to retard or to check the growth of

abolesco
abolescō
cross-reference
to decay little by little

abolitio
abolitiō
noun
an abrogating

abolitor
abolitor
noun
one who takes away

abolla
abolla
noun
a robe of thick woollen stuff

aboloes
aboloes
noun

abominabilis
abōminābilis
adjective
deserving imprecation or abhorrence

abominamentum
abōmināmentum
noun
a detestable thing

abominandus
abōminandus
cross-reference

abominandus
abōminandus
adjective
abominable

abominanter
abōminanter
cross-reference

abominanter
abōminanter
adverb
abominably

abominatio
abōminātiō
noun
an abominating

abominor
abōminor
verb
to deprecate

abominosus
abōminōsus
adjective
full of ill omens

aborigineus
aborīgineus
adjective
aboriginal

Aboriginis
Aborīginis
noun
the primeval Romans

aborior
aborior
verb
To set

aboriscor
aboriscor
verb
to perish

aborsus
aborsus
noun
miscarriage

aborsus
aborsus
adjective
that has brought forth prematurely

abortio
abortiō
verb
to miscarry

abortio
abortiō
noun
premature delivery

abortium
abortium
noun

abortivum
abortīvum
noun
An abortion

abortivus
abortīvus
adjective
pertaining to a premature delivery

aborto
abortō
verb
to bring forth prematurely

abortum
abortum
noun
an abortion

abortus
abortus
noun
an abortion

abpatruus
abpatruus
noun
a great-greatgrand-uncle

abrado
abrādō
verb
to scratch off or away

Abraham
Ābraham
noun
Abraham

Abrahameus
Abrāhamēus
adjective
belonging to Abraham

Abrahamides
Abrāhamidēs
noun
a descendant of Abraham

Abram
Ābram
noun
Abraham

Abrameus
Abrāmēus
adjective
belonging to Abraham

abrasus
abrāsus
adjective

abrelictus
abrelictus
adjective
deserted

abrenuntio
abrenuntiō
verb
v.n

abreptus
abreptus
adjective

abripio
abripiō
verb
to take away by violence

abrodiaetus
abrodiaetus
noun
an epithet of the painter Parrhasius

abrodo
abrōdō
verb
to gnaw off

abrogatio
abrogātiō
noun
a formal repeal of a law

abrogo
abrogō
verb
to annul in all its parts

abrosus
abrōsus
adjective

abrotonites
abrotonītēs
noun
wine prepared with southernwood

abrotonum
abrotonum
noun
a plant of a pleasant

abrotonus
abrotonus
noun
a plant of a pleasant

abrumpo
abrumpō
verb
to break off

abrupte
abruptē
adverb
in broken manner

abruptio
abruptiō
noun
a breaking or tearing off

abruptum
abruptum
noun
a steep ascent or descent

abruptus
abruptus
adjective
broken off from

abs
abs
preposition

abscedo
abscēdō
verb
to go off or away

abscessio
abscessiō
noun
a going away

abscessus
abscessus
noun
a going away

abscido
abscīdō
verb
to cut off

abscindo
abscindō
verb
to tear off or away

abscise
abscīsē
adverb
cut off

abscissio
abscissiō
noun
a breaking off

abscisus
abscīsus
adjective
cut off

abscondite
absconditē
cross-reference

abscondite
absconditē
adverb
Obscurely

absconditor
absconditor
noun
one that hides or conceals

absconditus
absconditus
adjective
hidden

abscondo
abscondō
verb
to put away

absconse
absconsē
adverb
secretly

absegmen
absegmen
noun
a piece

absens
absens
adjective
absent

absentia
absentia
noun
absence

absentivus
absentīvus
adjective
long absent

absento
absentō
verb
to cause

absida
absīda
cross-reference

absida
absīda
noun
a fitting together

absidatus
absīdātus
adjective
having an arch

absilio
absiliō
verb
to leap or spring away

absimilis
absimilis
adjective
unlike

absinthiatum
absinthiātum
cross-reference
wormwood-wine

absinthiatus
absinthiātus
adjective
containing wormwood

absinthites
absinthītēs
noun
wormwood-wine

absinthium
absinthium
noun
wormwood

absinthius
absinthius
noun
wormwood

absis
absis
noun
a fitting together

absisto
absistō
verb
to withdraw or depart from

absitus
absitus
adjective
lying away

absocer
absocer
noun
a great - greatgrandfather of the husband or wife

absolute
absolūtē
adverb
fully

absolute
absolūtē
cross-reference

absolutio
absolūtiō
noun
an absolving

absolutorium
absolūtōrium
noun
a means of deliverance from

absolutorius
absolūtōrius
adjective
pertaining to acquittal

absolutus
absolūtus
adjective
brought to a conclusion

absolvo
absolvō
verb
to loosen from

absone
absonē
adverb
discordantly

absonus
absonus
adjective
Deviating from the right tone

absorbeo
absorbeō
verb
to swallow down any thing

absorptio
absorptiō
noun
a drink

abspello,portatio
abspello,portatiō
cross-reference

abspello,porto
abspello,portō
cross-reference

absque
absque
preposition

absque
absque
preposition
without

abstantia
abstantia
noun
distance

abstemius
abstēmius
adjective
abstaining from intoxicating drinks

abstentio
abstentiō
noun
the holding back

abstentus
abstentus
adjective

abstergeo
abstergeō
verb
to wipe off or away

absterreo
absterreō
verb
to drive away by terrifying

abstersus
abstersus
adjective

abstinax
abstinax
adjective
abstinent

abstinens
abstinens
adjective
abstaining from

abstinenter
abstinenter
adverb
unselfishly

abstinentia
abstinentia
noun
abstinence

abstineo
abstineō
verb
to keep off or away

absto
abstō
verb
to stand off or at a distance from

abstractio
abstractiō
noun
a separation

abstractus
abstractus
adjective
P. a.

abstractus
abstractus
adjective

abstraho
abstrahō
verb
to draw away from

abstrudo
abstrūdō
verb
to push or thrust away

abstruo
abstruō
cross-reference

abstruse
abstrūsē
adverb

abstrusio
abstrūsiō
noun
a removing

abstrusius
abstrūsius
cross-reference

abstrusus
abstrūsus
adjective

abstrusus
abstrūsus
adjective
hidden

abstulo
abstulō
verb
to take away

absuetudo
absuētūdō
noun

absum
absum
verb
to be away from

absumedo
absūmēdō
noun
a consuming or devouring consumption

absumo
absūmō
verb
to take away

absumptio
absumptiō
noun
a consuming

absumptus
absumptus
adjective

absurde
absurdē
adverb
discordantly

absurditas
absurditās
noun
dissonance

absurdus
absurdus
adjective
out of tune

Absyrtis
Absyrtis
cross-reference

Absyrtus
Absyrtus
noun
a river in Illyria which flows into the Adriatic Sea

Absyrtus
Absyrtus
noun
a son of Aeetes

abtorqueo
abtorqueō
cross-reference

abundans
abundans
adjective
overflowing

abundanter
abundanter
adverb
abundantly

abundantia
abundantia
noun
abundance

abundatio
abundātiō
noun
an overflowing

abunde
abundē
adverb
in great profusion or abundance

abundo
abundō
verb
to flow

abundus
abundus
adjective
copious

abusio
abūsiō
noun
a harsh use of tropes

abusive
abūsīvē
adverb
By an improper use

abusivus
abūsīvus
adjective
misapplied

abusor
abūsor
noun
he who misuses

abusque
abusque
preposition
even from

abusus
abūsus
noun
a using up

abutor
abūtor
verb
to use up

abveho
abvehō
verb
to carry off or away

abverto
abvertō
verb
to turn

Abydeni
Abȳdēnī
adverb
the inhabitants of Abydus

Abydenus
Abȳdēnus
adjective
belonging to Abydus

Abydos
Abȳdos
noun
a town in Mysia

Abydus
Abȳdus
noun
a town in Mysia

Abyla
Abyla
noun
a spur of a mountain in Africa

abyssus
abyssus
noun
A bottomless pit

ac
āc
conjunction
and also

AC
AC
conjunction
sharp

acacia
acācia
noun
The acacia-tree

academia
acadēmīa
noun
the Academy

academia
acadēmia
noun
the Academy

Academica
Acadēmica
cross-reference
one of Cicero's writings

Academice
Acadēmicē
noun
Academica

academicus
acadēmicus
adjective
relating to the Academy

academicus
acadēmicus
noun
an Academic philosopher

Academus
Acadēmus
noun
a Grecian hero

acalanthis
acalanthis
noun
a very small bird of a darkgreen color

acalephe
acalēphē
noun
nettle

Acamas
Acamas
adjective
A son of Theseus and Phaedra

acanos
acanos
noun
a plant

acanthice mastiche
acanthicē mastichē
expression
the juice of the plant

acanthillis
acanthillis
noun
wild asparagus

acanthinus
acanthinus
adjective
resembling the plant bear's-foot

acanthion
acanthion
noun
a species of thistle

acanthis
acanthis
noun
A little bird of a dark-green color

Acanthius
Acanthius
adjective
from Acanthus

acanthus
acanthus
noun

Acanthus
Acanthus
noun
a town of Macedonia

acanthyllis
acanthyllis
noun
a little bird

acapnos
acapnos
adjective
without smoke

Acarnan
Acarnān
noun
pertaining to Acarnania

Acarnania
Acarnānia
noun
Acarnania

Acarnanicus
Acarnānicus
adjective
Acarnanian

acarne
acarnē
adverb

Acastus
Acastus
noun
Son of Pelias

acatalecticus
acatalēcticus
adjective
a verse in which no syllable is wanting in the last foot

acatalectus
acatalēctus
adjective
a verse in which no syllable is wanting in the last foot

acatium
acatium
noun
a light Greek boat

acatus
acatus
noun
a light vessel or boat

acaunumarga
acaunumarga
noun
a kind of marl

acaustus
acaustus
adjective
incombustible

Acbarus
Acbarus
noun
a title of the Arabian kings

acc
acc
cross-reference

acc
acc
cross-reference
ab

Acca
Acca
noun
the wife of the shepherd Faustulus

Accale
Accāle
noun

accano
accanō
cross-reference
to sing to or with

accanto
accantō
verb
to sing at

accantus
accantus
noun

accedenter
accēdenter
adverb
nearly

accedo
accēdō
verb
to go or come to or near

acceleratio
accelerātiō
noun
a hastening

accelero
accelerō
verb
to hasten

accendium
accendium
noun
a kindling

accendo
accendō
noun
an inciter

accendo
accendō
verb
to kindle any thing above

accenseo
accenseō
verb
to reckon to or among

accensi
accensī
adverb
a kind of reserve troops who followed the army as supernumeraries

accensibilis
accensibilis
adjective
that may be burnt

accensus
accensus
adjective
kindled

accensus
accensus
noun
One who attends

accensus
accensus
noun
a kindling or setting on fire

accensus
accensus
adjective
reckoned among

accentiuncula
accentiuncula
noun
dim. f

accentor
accentor
noun
one who sings with another

accentus
accentus
noun
a blast

accepso
accepsō
cross-reference

accepta
accepta
noun
a portion of land granted to an individual by the state

acceptabilis
acceptābilis
adjective
acceptable

acceptator
acceptātor
noun
One who accepts or approves

accepte
acceptē
adverb

acceptilatio
acceptilātiō
noun
a formal discharging from a debt

acceptio
acceptiō
noun
A taking

acceptito
acceptitō
verb
doub. freq. v. a

accepto
acceptō
verb
to take

acceptor
acceptor
noun
a hawk

acceptor
acceptor
noun
One who receives a thing

acceptorius
acceptōrius
adjective
that is fit or suitable for receiving

acceptrix
acceptrix
noun
she that receives

acceptum
acceptum
noun

acceptum
acceptum
noun
the receipt

acceptus
acceptus
adjective
welcome

acceptus
acceptus
adjective

accerso
accersō
verb

accerso
accersō
verb
to cause any one to come

accessa
accessa
noun
the flood-tide

accessibilis
accessibilis
adjective
accessible

accessibilitas
accessibilitās
noun
accessibility

accessio
accessiō
noun
a going or coming to or near

accessito
accessitō
verb
doub. freq. v

accessus
accessus
noun
a going or coming to or near

accessus
accessus
adjective

Accianus
Acciānus
adjective

accidens
accidens
cross-reference
The accidental

accidentia
accidentia
noun
that which happens

accido
accidō
verb
to fall upon or down upon

accido
accīdō
verb
to begin to cut or to cut into

accieo
accieō
verb
to fetch

accinctus
accinctus
adjective

accinctus
accinctus
adjective
well girded

accingo
accingō
verb
to gird to or on

accino
accinō
cross-reference
to sing to or with

accino
accinō
verb
to sing to

accio
acciō
verb
to call or summon

accipenser
accipenser
cross-reference

accipio
accipiō
verb
to accept

accipiter
accipiter
noun
The common hawk

accipitrina
accipitrīna
noun
hawkweed

accipitro
accipitrō
verb
to tear

accisus
accīsus
adjective
cut off or down

accisus
accīsus
adjective

accitio
accītiō
noun
a calling or summoning

accitus
accītus
noun
a summoning to a place

accitus
accītus
adjective

Accius
Accius
noun
a Roman proper name

Accius
Accius
noun

acclamatio
acclāmātiō
noun
a calling to

acclamito
acclāmitō
verb

acclamo
acclāmō
verb
to raise a cry at

acclaro
acclārō
verb
to make clear or evident

acclinis
acclīnis
adjective
leaning on or against something

acclino
acclīnō
verb
to lean on or against something

acclivis
acclīvis
adjective
up hill

acclivitas
acclīvitās
noun
an ascending direction

acclivus
acclīvus
adjective

Acco
Accō
noun
a chieftain of the Senones

accognosco
accognoscō
verb
to know or recognize perfectly

accola
accola
noun
c

accolo
accolō
verb
to dwell by or near

accommodate
accommodātē
adverb
fitly

accommodatio
accommodātiō
noun
the fitting or adjusting of one thing to another

accommodatus
accommodātus
adjective
fitted or adapted to

accommodatus
accommodātus
adjective

accommodo
accommodō
verb
to fit or adapt one thing to another

accommodus
accommodus
adjective
fit

accongero
accongerō
verb
to bear or bring to

accorporo
accorporō
verb
to incorporate

accredo
accrēdō
verb
to yield one's belief to another

accrementum
accrēmentum
noun

accresco
accrescō
verb
to grow

accretio
accrētiō
noun
an increasing

Accttianus
Accttiānus
adjective
of or pertaining to Attius

Accua
Accua
noun
a town of Apulia

accubatio
accubātiō
noun
a lying

accubitale
accubitāle
noun
the coverings spread over the tablecouches

accubitatio
accubitātiō
noun
a reclining

accubitio
accubitiō
noun
A lying or reclining

accubito
accubitō
verb

accubitorius
accubitōrius
adjective
pertaining to reclining

accubitum
accubitum
noun
a couch for a large number of guests to recline on at meals

accubitus
accubitus
noun
A reclining at table

accubo
accubō
verb
to lie near or by

accubuo
accubuō
adverb
lying near

accudo
accūdō
verb
to strike or stamp upon

accumbo
accumbō
verb
to lay one's self down at

accumulate
accumulātē
adverb
abundantly

accumulatio
accumulātiō
noun
a heaping up

accumulator
accumulātor
noun
one who heaps up or accumulates

accumulo
accumulō
verb
to add to a heap

accurate
accūrātē
adverb
carefully

accurate
accūrāte
cross-reference

accuratio
accūrātiō
noun
accuracy

accuratus
accūrātus
adjective

accuratus
accūrātus
adjective
prepared with care

accuro
accūrō
verb
to take care of

accurro
accurrō
verb
to run to a

accursus
accursus
noun
a running or coming to

accusabilis
accūsābilis
adjective
blameworthy

accusatio
accūsātiō
noun
complaint

accusativus
accūsātīvus
adjective
the accusative case

accusator
accūsātor
noun
one who calls another to account

accusatorie
accūsātōriē
adverb
in the manner of an accuser

accusatorius
accūsātōrius
adjective
pertaining to an accuser

accusatrix
accūsātrix
noun
she who makes accusation against any one

accusito
accūsitō
verb
to accuse

accuso
accūsō
verb
to call one to account

accvus
accvus
adjective
up hill

Ace
Acē
noun
a town in Galilee

acedior
acēdior
verb
to be morose

acentetum
acentētum
noun

acentetus
acentētus
adjective
without points or spots

aceo
aceō
verb
to be sour

Acephalus
Acephalus
noun
a sect of heretics

acephalus
acephalus
noun
Without head

acer
acer
noun
the maple-tree

acer
ācer
adjective
sharp

aceratus
aceratus
adjective
without horns

aceratus
acerātus
adjective
mingled with chaff

acerbe
acerbē
adverb
harshly

acerbitas
acerbitās
noun
sharpness

acerbitudo
acerbitūdō
noun

acerbo
acerbō
verb
To make harsh or bitter

acerbum
acerbum
noun
calamity

acerbus
acerbus
adjective
harsh to the taste

acerneus
acerneus
adjective
of maple

acernia
acernia
noun
an unknown fish

acernus
acernus
adjective
made of

acerosus
acerōsus
adjective
full of chaff

acerra
acerra
noun
a casket in which was kept the incense used in sacrifices

Acerra
Acerra
noun
A town in the interior of Campania

Acerranus
Acerrānus
noun
the inhabitants of A

acersecomes
acersecomēs
noun
with unshorn hair

acerus
acērus
adjective
without wax

acervalis
acervālis
adjective
that is heaped up

acervatim
acervātim
adverb
by heaping up or accumulation

acervatio
acervātiō
noun
a heaping up

acervo
acervō
verb
to form a heap

acervus
acervus
noun
a multitude of objects of the same kind

acesco
acescō
verb
to become sour

Acesines
Acesinēs
noun
a river in India

Acesinus
Acesīnus
adjective
pertaining to the river Acesinus in the Tauric Peninsula

acesis
acesis
noun
a sort of borax

Acesta
Acesta
noun
a town in the N. W. part of Sicily

Acestaei
Acestaeī
adverb
the same

Aceste
Acestē
noun
a town in the N. W. part of Sicily

Acestensis
Acestensis
noun
the inhabitants of A

Acestes
Acestēs
noun
a mythical king of Sicily

acetabulum
acētābulum
noun
a vessel for vinegar

acetarium
acētārium
noun
that which is prepared with vinegar

acetasco
acētascō
verb
to become sour

aceto
acetō
verb

acetum
acētum
noun
sour wine

Achaemenes
Achaemenēs
noun
the ancestor of the old Persian kings

Achaemenides
Achaemenidēs
noun
a companion of Ulysses

achaemenis
achaemenis
noun
an amber-colored plant in India

Achaemenius
Achaemenius
adjective
Persian

Achaetus
Achaetus
noun
a river of Sicily

Achaeus
Achaeus
adjective
an Achaean

Achaeus
Achaeus
noun
Son of Xuthus

Achaia
Achāia
noun
The province of Achaia

Achaias
Achāias
noun
An Achaean

Achaicus
Achāicus
adjective
Achaean

Achais
Achāis
noun
Achaean

Achaius
Achāius
adjective
adj.: Achaean

achantum
achantum
noun
a kind of frankincense

achanum
achanum
noun
a disease of animals

Acharna
Acharna
noun
a demus or borough of Attica

Acharnanus
Acharnānus
adjective
of Acharnae

acharne
acharnē
noun
a sea-fish

Acharra
Acharra
noun
a town of Thessaly

Achates
Achātēs
noun
a river in the southern part of Sicily

Achates
Achātēs
noun
the armor-bearer and faithful friend of Aeneas

achates
achātēs
noun
the agate

Acheloias
Achelōias
noun
patron. f

Achelois
Achelōis
noun
patron. f

Acheloius
Achelōius
adjective
Pertaining to the river Achelous

Achelous
Achelōus
noun
A celebrated river of Middle Greece

Achemenides
Achēmenidēs
noun

Acherinus
Acherīnus
noun
an unknown people in Sicily

Acheron
Acherōn
noun
A river in Epirus

Acheronteus
Acherontēus
adjective
pertaining to the Acheron

Acherontia
Acherontia
noun
a small town of Apulia

Acheronticus
Acheronticus
adjective
belonging to the Acheron or the Lower World

Acheros
Acheros
cross-reference

Acheruns
Acheruns
noun
frundes

Acherunticus
Acherunticus
adjective
belonging to

Acherusia
Acherūsia
noun
A lake in Epirus

Acherusis
Acherūsis
noun
A cave in Bithynia

Acherusius
Acherūsius
adjective
Pertaining to the Acheron in Calabria

acheta
ācheta
noun

Achilla
Achilla
noun

Achillas
Achillās
noun
the murderer of Pompey

achillea
achillēa
noun
a plant

Achilleides
Achilleides
noun

Achilleis
Achillēis
noun
a poem of Statius

achilleos
achillēos
noun
a medicinal plant

Achilles
Achilles
noun
the celebrated Grecian hero in the Trojan

Achilleus
Achillēus
adjective
of or pertaining to Achilles

Achilliacus
Achilliacus
adjective

Achillides
Achillīdēs
noun
patron. m

Achivi
Achīvī
adverb
the Greeks

Achivus
Achīvus
adjective
Achaean

achlis
achlis
noun
a wild beast of the North

Acholla
Acholla
noun
a town in Africa

achor
achor
noun
the scab or scald

Achradina
Achradīna
noun
a part of the city of Syracuse

achras
achras
noun
a wild pear-tree

acia
acia
noun
a thread for sewing

acicula
acicula
noun
a small pin for a head-dress

Acidalia
Acīdalia
noun
an epithet of Venus

Acidalius
Acīdalius
adjective
pertaining to Venus

acide
acidē
adverb
bitterly

aciditas
aciditās
noun
sourness

acidulus
acidulus
adjective
a little sour

acidus
acidus
adjective
sour

aciees
acieēs
noun
a sharp edge or point

acieris
aciēris
noun

Acilianus
Acīliānus
adjective
pertaining to Acilius

Acilius
Acīlius
noun
the name of several Romans

Acilius
Acīlius
adjective
Acilian

acina
acina
noun
A berry

acina
acina
cross-reference

acinaces
acīnacēs
noun
the short sabre of the Persians

acinarius
acinārius
adjective
pertaining to the grape

acinatius
acinātius
adjective
prepared from grapes

acinos
acinos
noun
a fragrant plant

acinosus
acinōsus
adjective
like or similar to grapes

acinum
acinum
noun
A berry

acinus
acinus
noun
A berry

Acionna
Acionna
noun
a Gallic deity

acipenser
acipenser
noun
a fish very highly esteemed in the age of the greatest luxury of the Romans

acipensis
acipensis
noun
a fish very highly esteemed in the age of the greatest luxury of the Romans

Acis
Ācis
noun
a river in Sicily

Acis
Acis
noun
one of the Cyclades

acisco
aciscō
verb

aciscularius
acisculārius
noun
As a surname

acisculus
acisculus
noun
a little adze

aclassis
aclassis
noun

aclys
aclys
noun
a small javelin

Acmon
Acmōn
noun
A companion of Aeneas

Acmonensis
Acmonensis
adjective
pertaining to Acmonia

Acmonides
Acmonidēs
noun
one of Vulcan's workmen

acna
acna
noun
a measure or piece of land

acnua
acnua
noun
a measure or piece of land

acoenonetus
acoenōnētus
noun

acoenonoetus
acoenonoētus
noun
one who has not common-sense

acoetis
acoetis
noun
a bed-fellow

acona
acona
noun
pointed stones

aconiti
aconītī
adverb
without labor

aconitum
aconītum
noun
a poisonous plant

acontia
acontia
noun
meteors or shooting-stars with dartlike trains

acontias
acontiās
noun
A quick-darting serpent

Acontius
Acontius
noun
A lover of Cydippe

acontizo
acontīzō
verb
to shoot a dart

Acontizomenos
Acontīzomenos
noun
the title of a comedy of Naevius

acopon
acōpon
noun
A kind of stone

acopos
acopos
noun
A kind of stone

acopum
acopum
noun
A kind of stone

Acopum
Acopum
noun
a soothing salve

acopus
acopus
noun
A kind of stone

acor
acor
noun
a sour taste

acorna
acorna
noun
a kind of thistle

acoros
acoros
noun

acorum
acorum
noun
an aromatic plant

acorus
acorus
noun
an aromatic plant

acquiesco
acquiescō
verb
to repose or rest

acquiro
acquīrō
verb
to add to

acquisitio
acquīsītiō
noun
acquisition

Acra
Acra
noun
A city of Sicily

Acraephia
Acraephia
noun
a town of Boeotia

Acraeus
Acraeus
adjective
dwelling on the heights

Acragas
Acragas
adjective
a celebrated graver

Acragas
Acragās
adjective
a mountain on the S. W. coast of Sicily

acratophorum
acrātophorum
noun
a vessel

acre
ācrē
adverb
sharply

acredo
ācrēdō
noun
a sharp or pungent taste

acredula
ācrēdula
noun
the name of an unknown bird

acredula
acrēdula
noun
the name of an unknown bird

Acria
Acria
noun
a town of Laconia

acriculus
ācriculus
adjective
somewhat sharp

acridium
ācridium
noun
another name for the

acrifolium
ācrifolium
noun
an unknown tree of ill omen

Acrilla
Acrilla
noun
a town in Sicily

acrimonia
ācrimōnia
noun
sharpness or pungency

Acrisione
Ācrisiōnē
noun
the daughter of Acrisius

Acrisioneus
Ācrisiōnēus
adjective
pertaining to Acrisius

Acrisioniades
Ācrisiōniadēs
noun
patron

Acrisius
Ācrisius
noun
King of Argos

Acritas
Ācrītās
noun
the most southerly promontory in Messenia

acritas
ācritās
noun
acritudo

acriter
ācriter
adverb
sharply

acritudo
ācritūdō
noun
the quality of

acro
acrō
noun
the extremity of a thing

acroama
ācroāma
noun
that which is heard

acroamatarius
ācroāmatārius
adjective
belonging to a musical or reading entertainment

acroamaticus
ācroāmaticus
adjective
acroaticus

acroasis
ācroāsis
noun
the discourse delivered before an assembly

acroaticus
ācroāticus
adjective
designed for hearing only

Acroceraunium
Ācroceraunium
noun
a very rocky promontory in Epirus

acrochordon
acrochordon
noun
a kind of wart

acrocolefium
acrocōlēfium
noun
the upper part of the foot of a swine

acrocolion
acrocōlion
noun

Acrocorinthus
Ācrocorinthus
noun
the citadel of Corinth

acrocorium
acrocorium
noun
a kind of onion

acrolithus
acrolithus
adjective
statues whose extremities only consisted of marble

acron
acrōn
noun
the extremity of a thing

Acron
Ācron
noun
A king of the Caeninenses

Acronius lacus
Acrōnius lacus
expression
a part of Lake Constance

Acronoma saxa
Acronoma saxa
expression
an unknown place in Lower Italy

acropodium
acropodium
noun
the pedestal of a statue

acror
ācror
noun

Acrota
Acrota
noun
king of the Albani

acroterium
acrōtērium
noun
the projecting or extreme part of a thing

acrozymus
acrōzȳmus
adjective
slightly leavened

acrum
acrum
noun
a promontory or headland

acta
acta
noun
the sea-shore

Actaea
Actaea
noun
a female Athenian

actaea
actaea
noun
a strong - smelling plant

Actaeon
Actaeōn
noun
a grandson of Cadmus

Actaeus
Actaeus
noun
the inhabitants of Attica

Actaeus
Actaeus
adjective
pertaining to Attica

acta fori
acta forī
expression
the records

acta militaria
acta militaria
expression
the daily records of the movements of a legion

acta publicum
acta publicum
noun
the register of public acts

actarius
actārius
noun

acta triumphorum
acta triumphōrum
expression
the public record of triumphs

acte
actē
noun
a plant

Acte
Actē
noun
coastland or maritime country

Actiacus
Actiacus
adjective
relating to Actium

Actias
Actias
noun
Attic

actinophoroe
actīnophoroe
adjective
epithet of the

actinosus
actīnōsus
adjective
glorious

actio
actiō
noun
a doing

actito
actitō
verb
to act or be employed in

Actium
Actium
noun
A promontory and town in Epirus

actiuncula
actiuncula
noun
a short judicial harangue

Actius
Actius
adjective
pertaining to Actium

Actius
Actius
noun
a proper name

active
actīvē
adverb
actively

activus
actīvus
adjective
Active

actor
actor
noun
One who drives or moves something

Actor
Actor
noun
A companion of Aeneas

Actoridae
Actoridaē
adverb
Eurytus and Cleatus

Actorides
Actoridēs
noun
son or grandson of Actor: his son

Actorius
Actōrius
noun
a Roman name

actorius
actōrius
adjective

actrix
actrix
noun
A female plaintiff

actualis
actuālis
adjective
active

actualiter
actuāliter
adverb
actively

actuaria
actuāria
noun
that which is

actuariolum
actuāriolum
noun
a small

actuarium
actuārium
noun

actuarius
actuārius
adjective
that which is

actuarius
actuārius
noun
A short-hand writer

actum
actum
noun

actum
actum
noun

actum
actum
noun
the register of public acts

actum
actum
noun
transaction

actuose
actuōsē
adverb

actuosus
actuōsus
adjective
full of activity

actus
actus
adjective
that has been transacted

actus
actus
adjective

actus
actus
noun
The moving or driving of an object

actutum
actūtum
adverb
immediately

acuarius
acuārius
noun
one who makes needles or pins

acula
acula
noun
a little needle

aculeatus
acūleātus
adjective
furnished with stings or prickles

Aculeo
Acūleō
noun
a Roman cognomen in the gens Furia

aculeolus
acūleolus
noun
a little needle or pin

aculeus
acūleus
noun
a sting

acumen
acūmen
noun
a point

acuminarius
acūminārius
adjective
good for sharpening

acumino
acūminō
verb
to make pointed

acuo
acuō
verb
to make sharp or pointed

acupedius
acūpedius
cross-reference
swift of foot

acus
acus
noun
the husk of grain and of pulse

acus
acus
noun
A needle or pin

acus
acus
noun
a kind of sea-fish with a pointed snout

Acusilas
Acūsilās
noun
an Argive historian

acuta
acūta
adverb

acutalis
acūtālis
adjective
pointed

acutarus
acūtārus
adjective
that sharpens instruments

acutatus
acūtātus
adjective
sharpened

acute
acūtē
adverb
sharply

acutor
acūtor
noun
one that sharpens

acutule
acūtulē
adverb
somewhat sharply

acutulus
acūtulus
adjective
somewhat pointed

acutum
acūtum
adverb

acutum
acūtum
cross-reference

acutus
acūtus
adjective

acutus
acūtus
adjective
P.a

acva
acva
cross-reference

acvarivs
acvarivs
cross-reference

acylos
acylos
noun
the acorn of the holm-oak

acyrologia
acȳrologia
noun
an impropriety of speech

ad
ad
preposition
to

adactio
adactiō
noun
a forcing or bringing to

adactus
adactus
adjective

adactus
adactus
noun
a forcing or bringing to or together

Adad
Adad
noun
name of the supreme god of the Assyrians

adadunephros
adadūnephros
noun
a certain precious stone

Adadus
Adadus
noun
name of the supreme god of the Assyrians

adaequatio
adaequātiō
noun
a making equal

adaeque
adaequē
adverb
in like manner as

adaequo
adaequō
verb
To make equal to

adaeratio
adaerātiō
noun
a valuing

adaero
adaerō
verb
v. a_

adaestuo
adaestuō
verb
v.n

adaggero
adaggerō
verb
to heap up

adagio
adagiō
noun
a proverb

adagium
adagium
noun
a proverb

adagnitio
adagnitiō
noun
knowledge

adalgidus
adalgidus
adjective
very cold

adalligo
adalligō
verb
to bind to

Adam
Adam
noun
Adam

Adam
Ādam
noun
Adam

adamanteus
adamantēus
adjective
of hard steel

adamantinus
adamantinus
adjective
hard as steel

adamantis
adamantis
noun
a certain magic herb

adamas
adamas
adjective
adamant

adamator
adamātor
noun
a lover

adambulo
adambulō
verb
to walk about

Adamianus
Adāmiānus
noun
certain heretics who imitated the nakedness of Adam before the fall

Adamianus
Ādāmiānus
noun
certain heretics who imitated the nakedness of Adam before the fall

adamo
adamō
verb
to love truly

adampliatus
adampliātus
adjective

adamplio
adampliō
verb
to widen

Adamus
Adāmus
noun
Adam

Adamus
Ādāmus
noun
Adam

adamussim
adamussim
adverb
according to a rule or level

adaperio
adaperiō
verb
to open fully

adapertilis
adapertilis
adjective
that may be opened

adapertio
adapertiō
noun
a revealing

adapertus
adapertus
adjective

adaptatus
adaptātus
adjective

adapto
adaptō
verb
to fit

adaquo
adaquō
verb
to bring water to

adaquor
adaquor
verb
to bring or procure water for one's self

adarca
adarca
noun
a froth or efflorescence deposited on sedge

adarce
adarcē
noun
a froth or efflorescence deposited on sedge

adaresco
adārescō
verb
to dry up

adariarius
adāriārius
adjective
serving at the altar

adaro
adarō
verb
to plough carefully

adasia
adasia
cross-reference

adaucto
adauctō
verb
to augment much

adauctor
adauctor
noun
an augmenter

adauctus
adauctus
adjective

adauctus
adauctus
noun
an increasing

adaugeo
adaugeō
verb
to make greater by adding to

adaugesco
adaugescō
verb
to begin to increase or augment

adaxint
adaxint
cross-reference

adbello
adbellō
verb
to make war upon

adbibo
adbibō
verb
to drink

adbito
adbītō
verb
v.n

adblatero
adblaterō
verb
to prattle

adc
adc
cross-reference

Ad Castoris
Ad Castoris
expression
nom. propr

adcelero
adcelero
verb
to hasten

adclamatio
adclāmātiō
noun
a calling to

adclamo
adclāmō
verb
to raise a cry at

adclaro
adclārō
verb
to make clear or evident

adcolo
adcolō
verb
to dwell by or near

adcommodus
adcommodus
adjective
fit

adcongero
adcongerō
verb
to bear or bring to

adcorporo
adcorporō
verb
to incorporate

adcredo
adcrēdō
verb
to yield one's belief to another

adcresco
adcrescō
verb
to grow

adcubo
adcubō
verb
to lie near or by

adcumbo
adcumbō
verb
to lay one's self down at

adcumulatio
adcumulātiō
noun
a heaping up

adcumulator
adcumulātor
noun
one who heaps up or accumulates

adcumulo
adcumulō
verb
to add to a heap

adcuro
adcūrō
verb
to take care of

adcurro
adcurrō
verb
to run to a

adcursus
adcursus
noun
a running or coming to

addax
addax
noun
the name of a wild

addeceo
addeceō
verb
it behooves

addecimo
addecimō
verb
to take by the tenth part

addenseo
addenseō
verb
to make close

addenso
addensō
verb
to make close

addico
addīcō
verb
to give one's assent to a thing

addictio
addictiō
noun
the awarding or adjudging

addictus
addictus
adjective

addictus
addictus
noun
one who has been given up or made over as servant to his creditor

addictus
addictus
participle
dedicated or devoted to a thing

addisco
addiscō
verb
To learn in addition to

additamentum
additāmentum
noun
an addition

additicius
additīcius
adjective
added

additio
additiō
noun
an adding to

addititius
additītius
cross-reference

additivus
additīvus
adjective
added

additus
additus
adjective

additus
additus
adjective
joined to one as a constant observer

addivino
addīvīnō
verb
to divine

addo
addō
verb
to put

addoceo
addoceō
verb
to teach something in addition to

addormio
addormiō
verb
to begin to sleep

addormisco
addormiscō
verb
to go to sleep

Addua
Addua
noun
a river in Upper Italy

addubanum
addubānum
cross-reference

addubitatio
addubitātiō
noun
a doubting

addubito
addubitō
verb
to incline to doubt

adduco
addūcō
verb
to lead to

adductius
adductius
adverb
More tightly

adductor
adductor
noun
a procurer

adductus
adductus
adjective
Drawn tight

adductus
adductus
adjective

adedo
adedō
verb
to begin to eat

adelphis
adelphis
noun
a kind of date

Adelphus
Adelphus
noun
The Brothers

ademptio
ademptiō
noun
a taking away

ademptor
ademptor
noun
one who takes away

ademptus
ademptus
adjective

adeo
adeō
verb
to go to or approach

adeo
adeō
adverb
to this

Adeona
Adeōna
noun
the tutelary goddess of new-comers

adeps
adeps
noun
c.

adeptio
adeptiō
noun
an obtaining

adeptus
adeptus
adjective

adeptus
adeptus
noun
an obtaining

adequito
adequitō
verb
To ride to or toward

aderro
aderrō
verb
to wander to

adesco
adescō
verb
to feed or fatten

adesdum
adesdum
cross-reference
come hither

ades dum
ades dum
cross-reference
come hither

adesurio
adēsuriō
verb
to be very hungry

adesus
adēsus
adjective
eaten

adesus
adēsus
adjective

adexpeto
adexpetō
verb

adf
adf
cross-reference

adfaber
adfaber
adjective
Made or prepared ingeniously or with art

adfabilis
adfābilis
adjective
that can be easily spoken to

adfabilitas
adfābilitās
noun
the quality of

adfabiliter
adfābiliter
adverb
courteously

adfabre
adfabrē
adverb
ingeniously

adfabre
adfābrē
adverb
ingeniously

adfabricatus
adfabricātus
adjective
fitted or added to by art

adfabricatus
adfābricātus
adjective
fitted or added to by art

adfamen
adfāmen
noun
an accosting

adfatim
adfatim
adverb
To satisfaction

adfatus
adfātus
noun
a speaking to or addressing

adfatus
adfātus
noun

adfectatio
adfectātiō
noun
a striving after

adfectato
adfectātō
adverb
studiously

adfectator
adfectātor
noun
one that strives for

adfectatrix
adfectātrix
noun
she that strives for

adfectatus
adfectātus
adjective

adfectatus
adfectātus
adjective
P. a.

adfecte
adfectē
adverb
with

adfectio
adfectiō
noun
The relation to or disposition toward a thing produced in a person by some influence

adfectiose
adfectiōsē
adverb
affectionately

adfectiosus
adfectiōsus
adjective
full of attachment or affection

adfector
adfector
verb
verb. dep

adfecto
adfectō
verb
To strive after

adfectuose
adfectuōsē
adverb
affectionately

adfectuosus
adfectuōsus
adjective
full of inclination

adfectus
adfectus
adjective

adfectus
adfectus
noun
A state of body

adfectus
adfectus
adjective

adfero
adferō
verb
to bring

adficio
adficiō
verb
to do something

adficticius
adficticius
adjective
added to

adfictus
adfictus
adjective

adfigo
adfīgō
verb
to fix or fasten to or upon

adfiguro
adfigūrō
verb
to form or fashion after

adfingo
adfingō
verb
to form

adfinis
adfīnis
adjective
that is neighboring or a neighbor to one

adfinitas
adfīnitās
noun
the state or condition of

adfirmanter
adfirmanter
adverb
with assurance or certainty

adfirmatio
adfirmātiō
noun
an affirmation

adfirmativus
adfirmātīvus
adjective
affirming

adfirmator
adfirmātor
noun
one who asserts or affirms a thing

adfirmo
adfirmō
verb
To present

adfixio
adfixiō
noun
a joining or fastening to

adfixum
adfixum
noun
the appendages or appurtenances belonging to a possession

adfixus
adfixus
adjective

adfixus
adfixus
adjective
Fastened to a person or thing

adflagrans
adflāgrans
adjective
blazing or flaming up

adflator
adflātor
noun
one who blows on or breathes into

adflatus
adflātus
adjective

adflatus
adflātus
noun
A blowing or breathing on

adflecto
adflectō
verb
to turn

adfleo
adfleō
verb
to weep at

adflictatio
adflictātiō
noun
pain

adflictator
adflictātor
noun
one who causes pain or suffering

adflictio
adflictiō
noun
pain

adflicto
adflictō
verb
to disquiet greatly

adflictor
adflictor
noun
one who strikes a thing to

adflictus
adflictus
noun
a striking on or against

adflictus
adflictus
adjective

adflictus
adflictus
adjective

adfligo
adflīgō
verb
to strike or beat a thing to

adflo
adflō
verb
to blow or breathe on

adfluens
adfluens
adjective

adfluens
adfluens
adjective
flowing abundantly with a thing

adfluente
adfluente
adverb
richly

adfluenter
adfluenter
adverb

adfluentia
adfluentia
noun
a flowing to

adfluo
adfluō
verb
to flow or run to or toward

adfor
adfor
verb
to fix the limits of the auspices

adfodio
adfodiō
verb
to dig in addition to

adfore
adfore
adverb

adformido
adformīdō
verb
to be afraid

adfrango
adfrangō
verb
to strike upon or against

adfremo
adfremō
verb
to roar

adfricatio
adfricātiō
noun
a rubbing on or against

adfrico
adfricō
verb
to rub on or against

adfrictus
adfrictus
noun
a rubbing on or against

adfringo
adfringo
verb
to strike upon or against

adfrio
adfriō
verb
to rub or crumble to pieces

adfulgeo
adfulgeō
verb
to shine on

adfundo
adfundō
verb
To pour to

adg
adg
cross-reference

adgaudeo
adgaudeō
verb
to be delighted with

adgemo
adgemō
verb
to groan

adgenero
adgenerō
verb
to beget in addition to

adgeniculor
adgeniculor
verb
to bow the knee before

adgeratio
adgerātiō
noun
a heaping up

adgero
adgerō
verb
to form an

adgero
adgerō
verb
To bear

adgestim
adgestim
adverb
in heaps

adgestio
adgestiō
noun
a bearing to

adgestus
adgestus
noun
a bearing or carrying to

adgestus
adgestus
noun
an elevation formed like a dike or mound

adglomero
adglomerō
verb
to wind on

adglutino
adglūtinō
verb
v.a

adgnascor
adgnascor
verb
To be born in addition to

adgnaticius
adgnātīcius
adjective
pertaining to the

adgnatio
adgnātiō
noun
The relationship of the

adgnatus
adgnātus
adjective
born to

adgnitus
adgnitus
adjective

adgnosco
adgnoscō
verb
to know a person or thing well

adgravesco
adgravescō
verb
to become heavy

adgravo
adgravō
verb
to add to the weight of

adgredio
adgrediō
verb
to go to

adgredior
adgredior
verb
to go to or approach

adgrego
adgregō
verb
To bring or add to a flock

adgressio
adgressiō
noun
A going to or toward

adgressor
adgressor
noun
one that attacks

adgressura
adgressūra
noun
an attack

adgressus
adgressus
noun
An attack

adgressus
adgressus
adjective

adguberno
adgubernō
verb
to guide

adhabito
adhabitō
verb
v. n

adhaereo
adhaereō
verb
to cleave or stick to

adhaeresco
adhaerescō
verb
to cleave or stick to

adhaese
adhaesē
adverb
hesitatingly

adhaesio
adhaesiō
noun
an adhering

adhaesus
adhaesus
noun
an adhering

adhalo
adhālō
verb
to breathe on

adhamo
adhāmō
verb
to catch

Adherbal
Adherbal
noun
a Numidian prince

adhibeo
adhibeō
verb
to hold toward or to

adhibitio
adhibitiō
noun
An admission

adhibitus
adhibitus
adjective

adhinnio
adhinniō
verb
to neigh to or after

adhorreo
adhorreō
verb
inhorreo

adhortamen
adhortāmen
noun
a means of exhortation

adhortatio
adhortātiō
noun
an exhortation

adhortativus
adhortātīvus
adjective
belonging to exhortation

adhortator
adhortātor
noun
an exhorter

adhortatus
adhortātus
noun
an exhortation

adhortatus
adhortātus
adjective

adhortor
adhortor
verb
to encourage

adhospito
adhospitō
verb
to entertain as guest

adhuc
adhuc
adverb
to this place

adhucine
adhūcinē
adverb
adv. interrog

Adiabena
Adiabēna
noun
a region in the northern part of ancient Assyria

Adiabene
Adiabēnē
noun
a region in the northern part of ancient Assyria

Adiabenicus
Adiabēnicus
cross-reference
a surname of the emperor Severus

Adiabenus
Adiabēnus
noun
its inhabitants

Adiabenus
Adiabēnus
adjective
pertaining thereto

adiantum
adiantum
noun
the plant maiden-hair

adiaphoros
adiaphoros
adjective
indifferent

Adiatorix
Adiatorix
noun
king of the Comani

adibilis
adibilis
cross-reference
accessible

adicio
adiciō
verb
to throw or cast

adicio
adiciō
verb

adigo
adigō
verb
to drive

adimo
adimō
verb
to take to

adimpleo
adimpleō
verb
to fill up

adimpletio
adimplētiō
noun
A completing

adimpletor
adimplētor
noun
he who fills

adincresco
adincrescō
verb
to increase

adineo
adineō
verb
to put in besides

adinflo
adinflō
verb
to swell up

adingero
adingerō
verb
to bring to in addition

adinquiro
adinquīrō
verb
to investigate or inquire into further

adinstar
adinstar
cross-reference

adinvenio
adinveniō
verb
to find out

adinventio
adinventiō
noun
an invention

adinventor
adinventor
noun
an inventor

adinventum
adinventum
noun
an invention

adinvicem
adinvicem
adverb

adinvolvo
adinvolvō
verb
involuta_

adipalis
adipālis
adjective
of or with fat

adipatum
adipātum
verb
pastry prepared with fat

adipatum
adipātum
noun

adipatus
adipātus
adjective
filled or supplied with fat

adipeus
adipeus
adjective
of fat

adipiscor
adipiscor
verb
to arrive at

adipsatheon
adipsatheon
noun
a low

adipsos
adipsos
noun
A species of date

aditialis
aditiālis
adjective
pertaining to entrance

aditicula
aditicula
noun
a small approach

aditiculus
aditiculus
noun
a small approach

aditio
aditiō
noun
A going to

adito
aditō
verb
to go to or approach often

aditus
aditus
adjective

aditus
aditus
noun
a going to

adjacens
adjacens
noun
the adjoining country

adjacentia
adjacentia
cross-reference

adjaceo
adjaceō
verb
to lie at or near

adjaculatus
adjaculātus
adjective
thrown or cast at

adjecticius
adjectīcius
adjective
added besides

adjectio
adjectiō
noun
an adding to

adjectius
adjectius
adjective
added besides

adjectivus
adjectīvus
adjective
that is added

adjecto
adjectō
verb

adjectus
adjectus
noun
an adding or applying to

adjectus
adjectus
adjective

adjicio
adjiciō
verb
to throw or cast

adjubeo
adjubeō
verb
ut jubeat

adjudicatio
adjūdicātiō
noun
a judicial adjudging of a matter

adjudico
adjūdicō
verb
to grant or award

adjuero
adjuerō
cross-reference

adjugo
adjugō
verb
to yoke or fasten to or together

adjumentum
adjūmentum
noun
a means of aid

adjuncta
adjuncta
noun
collateral circumstances

adjunctio
adjunctiō
noun
a joining or binding to

adjunctivus
adjunctīvus
adjective
that is joined or added

adjunctor
adjunctor
noun
one who adds

adjunctum
adjunctum
noun
additional circumstances

adjunctus
adjunctus
adjective

adjungo
adjungō
verb
to add

adjuramentum
adjūrāmentum
noun
a conjuring

adjuratio
adjūrātiō
noun
a swearing to

adjurator
adjūrātor
noun
one who conjures a thing

adjuratorius
adjūrātōrius
adjective
pertaining to swearing

adjuro
adjūrō
verb

adjuro
adjūrō
verb
to swear to

adjutabilis
adjūtābilis
adjective
helping

adjuto
adjūtō
verb
to help

adjutor
adjūtor
verb

adjutor
adjūtor
noun
one who helps

adjutorium
adjūtōrium
noun
help

adjutrix
adjūtrix
noun
she that helps

adjutus
adjūtus
adjective

adjutus
adjūtus
noun
help

adjuvans
adjuvans
adjective

adjuvo
adjuvō
verb
to give aid to

adl
adl
cross-reference

adlabor
adlābor
verb
to glide to or toward

adlaboro
adlabōrō
verb
to labor or toil at a thing

adlacrimo
adlācrimō
verb
to weep at a thing

adlacrimo
adlacrimō
verb
to weep at a thing

adlameo
adlameō
verb
to lick at or on

adlapsus
adlapsus
noun
a gliding to

adlapsus
adlapsus
adjective

adlatro
adlatrō
verb
to bark at

adlatro
adlātrō
verb
to bark at

adlatus
adlātus
adjective

adlaudabilis
adlaudābilis
adjective
worthy of praise

adlaudo
adlaudō
verb
to extol

adlectatio
adlectātiō
noun
an enticing

adlectio
adlectiō
noun
A choice or election for something

adlecto
adlectō
verb
to allure

adlector
adlector
noun
one that entices or allures

adlectus
adlectus
adjective
A member chosen into any corporation

adlegatio
adlēgātiō
noun
a sending or despatching to

adlegatus
adlēgātus
noun
an instigating to a deceit or fraud

adlegatus
adlēgātus
noun
deputies

adlego
adlegō
verb
to select for

adlego
adlēgō
verb
To send one away with a commission or charge

adlenimentum
adlēnīmentum
noun
a soothing remedy

adlevamentum
adlevāmentum
noun
a means of alleviating

adlevatio
adlevātiō
noun
A raising up

adlevator
adlevātor
noun
one who lifts or raises up

adlevio
adleviō
verb
to make light

adlevo
adlēvō
verb
to make smooth

adlevo
adlevō
verb
to lift up

adlicefacio
adlicefaciō
verb
to allure

adlicio
adliciō
verb
to draw to

adlido
adlīdō
verb
to strike or dash

adligamentum
adligāmentum
noun

adligati
adligāti
adverb
slaves that are fettered

adligatio
adligātiō
noun
A binding or tying to

adligator
adligātor
noun
one who binds to

adligatura
adligātūra
noun
a band or tie

adligo
adligō
verb
to bind to

adlino
adlinō
verb
to besmear

adlisio
adlīsiō
noun
a dashing against

adlisus
adlīsus
adjective

adlivescit
adlīvescit
cross-reference

adlocutio
adlocūtiō
noun
A speaking to

adlocutus
adlocūtus
adjective

adloquium
adloquium
noun
a speaking to

adloquor
adloquor
verb
To speak to

adlubentia
adlubentia
noun
a liking or inclination to

adlubesco
adlubescō
verb
to be pleasing to

adluceo
adlūceō
verb
to shine upon

adluctor
adluctor
verb
to struggle with or against

adludo
adlūdō
verb
To play or sport with

adluo
adluō
verb
to flow near to

adlusio
adlūsiō
noun
a playing or sporting with

adluvies
adluviēs
noun
A pool of water occasioned by the overflowing of the sea or a river

adluvio
adluviō
noun
a washing upon

adluvius
adluvius
adjective
al luvial

admaturo
admātūrō
verb
to bring to maturity

admensus
admensus
adjective

admeo
admeō
verb
to go to or approach

admetior
admētior
verb
to measure out to

Admetus
Admētus
noun
a king of Pherae

admigro
admīgrō
verb
to go to

admigro
admigrō
verb
to go to

adminiculabundus
adminiculābundus
adjective
supporting one's self

adminiculator
adminiculātor
noun
one who supports

adminiculatus
adminiculātus
adjective
supported

adminiculo
adminiculō
verb
to prop up

adminiculor
adminiculor
verb
to support

adminiculum
adminiculum
noun
that on which the hand

administer
administer
noun
he who is near to aid or assist

administra
administra
noun
a female servant

administratio
administrātiō
noun
a ministration

administratiuncula
administrātiuncula
noun
a little administration

administrativus
administrātīvus
adjective
fit or suitable for the administration of a thing

administrator
administrātor
noun
he that is near to aid

administratorius
administrātōrius
adjective
performing the duties of an assistant

administro
administrō
verb
to be near as an aid

admirabilis
admīrābilis
adjective
Worthy of admiration

admirabilitas
admīrābilitās
noun
the quality that produces admiration

admirabiliter
admīrābiliter
adverb
Admirably

admirandus
admīrandus
adjective

admirandus
admīrandus
adjective
to be admired

admiratio
admīrātiō
noun
An admiring

admirator
admīrātor
noun
an admirer

admiror
admīror
verb
to wonder at

admisceo
admisceō
verb
to add to by mingling

admissarius
admissārius
adjective
a horse

admissio
admissiō
noun
An admitting of the male to the female

admissionalis
admissiōnālis
noun
one who introduced those who came to an audience

admissivae
admissīvae
cross-reference
the birds which permitted

admissor
admissor
noun
one that allows himself to do a thing

admissum
admissum
noun
a wrong done

admissura
admissūra
noun
the admitting of a male to a female

admissus
admissus
adjective

admissus
admissus
noun
A letting in or admission

admistio
admistiō
noun
a mixture

admistio
admistiō
noun
a mingling

admistus
admistus
cross-reference

admistus
admistus
noun
a mingling

admistus
admistus
adjective

admitto
admittō
verb
to send to

admixtio
admixtiō
noun
a mixture

admixtio
admixtiō
noun
a mingling

admixtus
admixtus
adjective

admixtus
admixtus
noun
a mingling

admixtus
admixtus
adjective
that is mingled with something

admoderate
admoderātē
adverb
fitly

admoderor
admoderor
verb
to keep to or within due limits

admodulor
admodulor
verb
to accord or harmonize with

admodum
admodum
noun
to the measure or limit

admoenio
admoeniō
verb
to draw near the walls

admolior
admōlior
verb
to move or bring

admonefacio
admonefaciō
verb
to admonish

admoneo
admoneō
verb
to bring up to one's mind

admonitio
admonitiō
noun
A reminding

admonitor
admonitor
noun
He that reminds or admonishes

admonitorium
admonitōrium
noun
an admonition

admonitrix
admonitrix
noun
she that reminds or admonishes

admonitum
admonitum
noun
a reminding

admonitus
admonitus
adjective

admonitus
admonitus
noun
A reminding

admordeo
admordeō
verb
to bite at or gnaw

admorsus
admorsus
adjective

admorsus
admorsus
noun
a biting at

admotio
admōtiō
noun
a putting

admotus
admōtus
adjective

admoveo
admoveō
verb
to move

admugio
admūgiō
verb
to low or bellow to

admulceo
admulceō
verb
to stroke

admurmuratio
admurmurātiō
noun
a murmurong

admurmuro
admurmurō
verb
to murmur with approbation or disapprobation

admurmuror
admurmuror
verb

admutilo
admutilō
verb
to crop or clip close

adn
adn
prefix

adnascor
adnascor
cross-reference

adnato
adnatō
verb

adnato
adnatō
verb
To swim to or toward

adnatus
adnatus
adjective

adnavigo
adnavigō
cross-reference

adnavigo
adnāvigō
verb
to sail to or toward

adnecto
adnectō
verb

adnecto
adnectō
verb
to tie or bind to

adnepos
adnepos
noun
a son of the

adneptis
adneptis
noun
a daughter of the

adnexio
adnexiō
noun
a tying or binding to

adnexus
adnexus
noun
a tying or binding to

adnexus
adnexus
adjective

adnicto
adnicto
verb
to wink with the eyes

adnihilo
adnihilō
verb
to bring to nothing

adnisus
adnīsus
noun
a striving

adnisus
adnīsus
adjective

adnitendus
adnītendus
adjective

adnitor
adnītor
verb
to press upon or against

adnixus
adnixus
adjective

adnixus
adnixus
noun

adno
adnō
verb
To swim to

adnodo
adnōdō
verb
to cut off knots

adnomen
adnomen
cross-reference

adnomen
adnōmen
noun
a surname

adnomentum
adnōmentum
noun

adnominatio
adnōminātiō
noun
the bringing together two words different in meaning

adnosco
adnoscō
verb
to know a person or thing well

adnotamentum
adnotāmentum
noun
a remark

adnotatio
adnotātiō
noun
a noting down in writing

adnotatiuncula
adnotātiuncula
noun
a brief annotation

adnotator
adnotātor
noun
An observer

adnotatus
adnotātus
noun
a remark

adnoto
adnotō
verb
to put a note to

adnubilo
adnūbilō
verb
to involve in clouds

adnullo
adnullō
verb
to annihilate

adnumeratio
adnumerātiō
noun
a numbering

adnumero
adnumerō
verb
v.a

adnuntiatio
adnuntiātiō
noun
an announcing

adnuntiator
adnuntiātor
noun
an announcer

adnuntio
adnuntiō
verb
to announce

adnuntius
adnuntius
noun
that announces or makes known

adnuo
adnuō
verb
to nod to

adnuto
adnūtō
verb
to nod often to

adnutrio
adnūtriō
verb
to nourish or train up at or near to

adobruo
adobruō
verb
to cover up with earth

adolabilis
adōlābilis
adjective
suited to flatter

adolabilis
adolabilis
cross-reference

adolatio
adolātiō
noun

adolefactus
adolēfactus
adjective
set on fire

Adolenda
Adolenda
noun
the name of a Roman goddess

adoleo
adoleō
verb
to give out or emit a smell or odor

adoleo
adoleō
verb
To magnify

adolesc
adolesc
prefix

adolescens
adolescens
adjective
grown up

adolescens
adolescens
adverb
growing up

adolescentia
adolescentia
noun
the age of the

adolescentior
adolescentior
verb
to behave like an

adolescentula
adolescentula
noun
a very young maiden

adolescentulus
adolescentulus
noun
a very young man

adolescenturio
adolescentūriō
verb
to behave like an

adolesco
adolescō
verb
to grow up

adominatio
adōminātiō
noun
a good or favorable omen

Adoneus
Adōnēus
adjective
pertaining to

Adoneus
Adōneus
noun
An epithet of Bacchus

adonidium
adōnidium
cross-reference
the Adonic verse

adonidium
adōnidium
noun

Adonis
Adōnis
noun
A son of Cinyras

adonium
adōnium
noun
a plant

Adonium
Adōnium
noun
the festival of Adonis

adoperio
adoperiō
verb
to cover up or over

adoperte
adopertē
adverb
covertly

adopertum
adopertum
noun
that which is mysterious

adopinor
adopīnor
verb
to think

adoptaticius
adoptātīcius
adjective
adopted

adoptatio
adoptātiō
noun
an adopting

adoptatitius
adoptātītius
adjective
adopted

adoptator
adoptātor
noun
one that

adoptio
adoptiō
noun
a taking or receiving of one in the place of a child

adoptivus
adoptīvus
adjective
pertaining to adoption

adopto
adoptō
verb
to take to

ador
ador
noun
a kind of grain

adorabilis
adōrābilis
adjective
worthy of adoration

adoratio
adōrātiō
noun
worship

adorator
adōrātor
noun
one who adores

adordino
adordinō
verb
to set in order

adorea
adōrea
noun
a reward of valor

adorea
adōrea
noun

adoreum
adōreum
noun

adoreum
adōreum
noun
spelt

adoreus
adōreus
adjective
pertaining to spelt

Adoreus
Adoreus
noun
a mountain of Galatia

adorio
adoriō
verb
to attack

adorior
adorior
verb
to rise up for the purpose of going to some one or something

adoriosus
adōriōsus
adjective
that has often obtained the adorea

adornate
adornātē
adverb
elegantly

adorno
adornō
verb
to prepare a thing for

adoro
adōrō
verb
to speak to or accost

adorsus
adorsus
adjective

adortus
adortus
adjective

adosculor
adosculor
verb
to give a kiss to

adp
adp
prefix

adpango
adpangō
verb
to fasten to

adparamentum
adparāmentum
noun
a preparing

adparate
adparātē
adverb
sumptuously

adparatio
adparātiō
noun
a preparing

adparator
adparātor
noun
one that prepares

adparatrix
adparātrix
noun
she that prepares

adparatus
adparātus
noun
A preparing

adparatus
adparātus
adjective
prepared

adparentia
adpārentia
noun
a becoming visible

adpareo
adpāreō
verb
to come in sight

adparesco
adpārescō
verb
to begin to appear

adpario
adpariō
verb
to gain besides

adparitio
adpāritiō
noun
A serving

adparitor
adpāritor
noun
a servant

adparitura
adpāritūra
noun
a serving

adparo
adparō
verb
to prepare or make ready for something

adpectoro
adpectorō
verb
to press to the breast

adpello
adpellō
verb
to drive to or toward

adpello
adpellō
verb
to drive

adpeneo
adpeneō
verb
To hang

adpensor
adpensor
noun
he that weighs out

adpensus
adpensus
adjective

adpertineo
adpertineō
verb
to belong to

adpetens
adpetens
adjective
striving

adpetens
adpetens
adjective

adpetenter
adpetenter
adverb
eagerly

adpetentia
adpetentia
noun
a longing after

adpetibilis
adpetībilis
adjective
worthy of desire

adpetisso
adpetissō
verb
v. intens

adpetitio
adpetītiō
noun
a grasping at

adpetitor
adpetītor
noun
one that strives or longs for something

adpetitus
adpetītus
noun
An onset

adpetitus
adpetītus
adjective

adpeto
adpetō
noun
he that strives eagerly for

adpeto
adpetō
verb
to strive after

adpeto
adpetō
verb
to strive after

adpingo
adpingō
verb
to paint upon

adplaudo
adplaudō
verb
To strike

adplausor
adplausor
noun
one that expresses approbation by clapping of hands

adplausus
adplausus
adjective

adplex
adplex
noun
closely joined or attached to

adplicatio
adplicātiō
noun
A joining or attaching

adplicatus
adplicātus
adjective

adplicatus
adplicātus
adjective
Placed upon

adplicitus
adplicitus
adjective

adplicitus
adplicitus
adjective
applied or joined to

adplico
adplicō
verb
to join

adplico
adplicō
verb
to join

adplodo
adplōdō
cross-reference

adplosus
adplōsus
adjective

adplumbo
adplumbō
verb
to apply lead to

adpono
adpōnō
verb
to place

adpono
adpōnō
verb
to place

adporrectus
adporrectus
adjective
stretched or extended near

adportatio
adportātiō
noun
a conveying

ad portionem
ad portiōnem
adverb

adporto
adportō
verb
to bring

adposco
adposcō
verb
to demand in addition to

adpositio
adpositiō
noun
a setting before

adpositum
adpositum
noun

adpositus
adpositus
noun
an applying

adpositus
adpositus
adjective

adpositus
adpositus
adjective
put or applied to

adpostulo
adpostulō
verb
to entreat or solicit importunately

adpotus
adpōtus
adjective
drunk

adprecor
adprecor
verb
to pray to

adprehendo
adprehendō
verb
to lay hold upon

adprehensibilis
adprehensibilis
adjective
that can be understood

adprehensio
adprehensiō
noun
a seizing upon

adprenso
adprensō
verb
to seize

adpretio
adpretiō
verb
To value or estimate at a price

adprime
adprīmē
adverb
first of all

adprimo
adprimō
verb
to press to

adprimus
adprīmus
adjective
the very first

adprobatio
adprobātiō
noun
An approving

adprobator
adprobātor
noun
one who gives his assent or approval

adprobe
adprobē
adverb
very well

adprobo
adprobō
verb
To assent to as good

adprobus
adprobus
adjective
very good or excellent

adpromissor
adprōmissor
noun
one who is security for another

adpromitto
adprōmittō
verb
to promise in addition to

adprono
adprōnō
verb
to bow down forwards

adpropero
adproperō
verb
to hasten

adpropinquatio
adpropinquātiō
noun
an approach

adpropinquo
adpropinquō
verb
to come near

adpropriatio
adprōpriātiō
noun
a making one's own

adpropriatio
adpropriātiō
noun
a making one's own

adproprio
adprōpriō
verb
to make one's own

adproprio
adpropriō
verb
to make one's own

adproximo
adproximō
verb
to be or draw near to

adpugno
adpugnō
verb
to fight against

adpulsus
adpulsus
noun
a driving to

adpulsus
adpulsus
adjective

adque
adque
conjunction
and also

adqui
adqui
conjunction
but anyhow

adquiesco
adquiescō
verb
to repose or rest

adquiro
adquīrō
verb
to add to

adquisitio
adquīsītiō
noun
acquisition

adquo
adquō
adverb
how far

adr
adr
prefix

adrachne
adrachnē
noun
the wild strawberry-tree

adrado
adrādō
verb
to scrape

Adramyttenus
Adramyttēnus
adjective
Adramyti

Adramytteos, adramytteum
Adramyttēos, adramyttēum
noun
a maritime town in Mysia

Adramyttium
Adramyttium
noun
a maritime town in Mysia

Adrana
Adrana
noun
a river of Hesse

Adranum
Adrānum
noun
a town of Sicily

Adrastea
Adrastēa
noun
The daughter of Jupiter and Necessity

Adrastea
Ādrastēa
noun
The daughter of Jupiter and Necessity

Adrasteus
Ādrastēus
adjective
pertaining to Adrastus

Adrasteus
Adrastēus
adjective
pertaining to Adrastus

Adrastia
Adrastīa
noun
The daughter of Jupiter and Necessity

Adrastia
Ādrastīa
noun
The daughter of Jupiter and Necessity

Adrastis
Ādrastis
noun
patr. f

Adrastis
Adrastis
noun
patr. f

Adrastius
Ādrastīus
adjective
pertaining to Adrastus

Adrastus
Ādrastus
noun
king of Argos

Adrastus
Adrastus
noun
king of Argos

adrasus
adrāsus
adjective

adrectarius
adrectārius
adjective

adrectarius
adrectārius
adjective
in an erect position

adrectus
adrectus
adjective
set upright

adrectus
adrectus
adjective

adrectus
adrectus
participle

adremigo
adrēmigō
verb
to row to or toward

adrepo
adrēpō
verb
to creep or move slowly to or toward

adrepticius
adreptīcius
adjective
seized

adreptus
adreptus
adjective

Adria
Adria
noun
the name of two Italian cities

Adria
Ādria
noun
the name of two Italian cities

Adria
Ādria
cross-reference

Adriacus
Ādriacus
cross-reference

Adrianus
Ādriānus
cross-reference

Adrianus
Adriānus
adjective

Adriaticus
Adriāticus
adjective
of or belonging to Hadria

Adriaticus
Ādriāticus
cross-reference

Adriaticus
Adriāticus
cross-reference

Adriaticus
Ādriāticus
adjective
of or belonging to Hadria

adrideo
adrīdeō
verb
to laugh at or with

adrigo
adrigō
verb
to set up

adripio
adripiō
verb
to seize

adrisio
adrīsiō
noun
a smiling upon with approbation

adrisor
adrīsor
noun
one who smiles on another

adrodo
adrōdō
verb
to gnaw or nibble at

adrogans
adrogans
adjective

adrogans
adrogans
adjective
appropriating

adroganter
adroganter
adverb
with assumption

adrogantia
adrogantia
noun
An assuming

adrogatio
adrogātiō
noun
a taking to

adrogator
adrogātor
noun
he that adopts

adrogo
adrogō
verb
To ask or inquire of one

adroro
adrōrō
verb
to bedew

adroro
adrōrō
verb
to moisten

adrosor
adrōsor
noun
one who gnaws at or consumes

adrosus
adrōsus
adjective

adrotans
adrotans
adjective
in a winding

Adrumetinus
Adrūmētīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Hadrumetum

Adrumetum
Adrūmētum
noun
a city of

Adrumetum
Adrūmētum
cross-reference

adrumo
adrūmō
verb
to make a noise

adruo
adruō
verb
to scrape up

adsc
adsc
cross-reference

adscalpo
adscalpō
verb
to scratch at

adscendens
adscendens
adjective

adscendens
adscendens
adjective

adscendibilis
adscendibilis
adjective
that can be ascended or climbed

adscendo
adscendō
verb
to ascend

adscensibilis
adscensibilis
adjective
that may be ascended or climbed

adscensio
adscensiō
noun
an ascending

adscensor
adscensor
noun
one that ascends

adscensus
adscensus
noun
an ascending

adscensus
adscensus
adjective

adscio
adsciō
verb
to receive

adscisco
adsciscō
verb
to take or receive

adscitus
adscītus
adjective

adscitus
adscītus
noun
an acceptance

adscribo
adscrībō
verb
to annex by writing

adscripticius
adscriptīcius
adjective
enrolled or received in any community

adscriptio
adscriptiō
noun
an addition in writing

adscriptivus
adscriptīvus
adjective
enrolled as a

adscriptor
adscriptor
noun
he who willingly subscribes

adscriptus
adscriptus
adjective

adse, adsi, adso
adse, adsi, adso
prefix

adsecla
adsecla
noun
a follower

adsectatio
adsectātiō
noun
An

adsectator
adsectātor
noun
he that is in attendance upon

adsector
adsector
verb
To attend

adsecutor
adsecūtor
noun
an attendant

adsellor
adsellor
verb
to go to stool

adsenesco
adsenescō
verb
to become old to

adsensio
adsensiō
noun
an assent

adsensor
adsensor
noun
he that assents to or agrees with

adsensus
adsensus
adjective

adsensus
adsensus
noun
an agreement

adsentatio
adsentātiō
noun
A flattering assent

adsentatiuncula
adsentātiuncula
noun
petty

adsentator
adsentātor
noun
one who assents flatteringly

adsentatorie
adsentātōriē
adverb
in a flattering manner

adsentatrix
adsentātrix
noun
a female flatterer

adsentio
adsentiō
cross-reference

adsentior
adsentior
verb
to join

adsentor
adsentor
verb
to join

adsequela
adsequēla
noun
a succeeding

adsequor
adsequor
verb
to follow

adsero
adserō
verb
to sow

adsero
adserō
verb
to join

adsertio
adsertiō
noun
a formal declaration that one is a freeman or a slave

adsertor
adsertor
noun
one who formally asserts that another is free or a slave

adsertorius
adsertōrius
adjective
pertaining to a restoration of freedom

adsertum
adsertum
noun
an assertion

adsertus
adsertus
adjective

adservio
adserviō
verb
to serve

adservo
adservō
verb
to watch over

adsessio
adsessiō
noun
a sitting by or near

adsessor
adsessor
noun
he that sits by one

adsessorius
adsessōrius
adjective
pertaining to an assessor

adsessura
adsessūra
noun
the office of assessor

adsessus
adsessus
adjective

adsessus
adsessus
noun
a sitting by

adsestrix
adsestrix
noun
she that sits by

adseveranter
adsevēranter
adverb
with asseveration

adseveranter
adsevēranter
adverb

adseverate
adsevērātē
adverb
with asseveration

adseveratio
adsevērātiō
noun
An earnest pursuit

adsevero
adsevērō
verb
to do

adsibilo
adsībilō
verb
to hiss

adsiccesco
adsiccescō
verb
to become dry

adsicco
adsiccō
verb
to dry

adsidela
adsidela
noun
tables at which the priests sat and offered sacrifices

adsideo
adsideō
verb
to sit by

adsido
adsīdo
verb
to sit down

adsiduitas
adsiduitās
noun
a constant presence with

adsiduo
adsiduō
verb
to apply constantly

adsiduo
adsiduō
adverb
continually

adsiduus
adsiduus
noun
a tributepayer

adsignatio
adsignātiō
noun
a marking

adsignator
adsignātor
noun
an assigner

adsignifico
adsignificō
verb
To show

adsigno
adsignō
verb
to mark out or appoint to

adsilio
adsiliō
verb
to leap or spring to or upon

adsimilanter
adsimilanter
adverb

adsimilatio
adsimilātiō
cross-reference

adsimilis
adsimilis
adjective
similar

adsimilis
adsimilis
adjective
similar

adsimiliter
adsimiliter
adverb
in like manner

adsimilo
adsimilō
verb
to make

adsimulanter
adsimulanter
adverb
in a similar manner

adsimulaticius
adsimulāticius
adjective
imitated

adsimulatio
adsimulātiō
noun
an assimilating

adsimulatus
adsimulātus
adjective
Made similar

adsimulo
adsimulō
verb
to make

adsisto
adsisto
verb
to place one's self somewhere

adsitus
adsitus
adjective

adsitus
adsitus
adjective
situated near

adsocio
adsociō
verb
to join to or unite with

adsocius
adsocius
adjective
associating with

adsoleo
adsoleō
verb
to be accustomed or wont

adsoleo
adsoleo
verb
to be accustomed or wont

adsolo
adsolō
verb
to level to the ground

adsono
adsonō
verb
to sound to

adsp
adsp
prefix

adspectabilis
adspectābilis
adjective
That may be seen

adspectamen
adspectāmen
noun
a look

adspectio
adspectiō
noun
a look

adspecto
adspectō
verb
to look at attentively

adspectus
adspectus
noun
a seeing

adspectus
adspectus
adjective

adspergo
adspergō
verb
to scatter

adspernor
adspernor
verb
to cast off

adspersus
adspersus
adjective

adspersus
adspersus
noun
a sprinkling upon

adspicio
adspiciō
verb
to look to or upon

adspiramen
adspīrāmen
noun
a blowing

adspiratio
adspīrātiō
noun
a blowing or breathing to or upon

adspiro
adspīrō
verb
To breathe or blow upon

adspuo
adspuō
verb
to spit at or upon

adst
adst
prefix

adsterno
adsternō
verb
to strew upon

adstipulatio
adstipulātiō
noun
an assent to or agreement with

adstipulator
adstipulātor
noun
One who joins another in a stipulation

adstipulatus
adstipulātus
noun
an assenting to

adstipulor
adstipulor
verb
to join in a stipulation

adstipulor
adstipulor
verb
to join in a stipulation

adstituo
adstituō
verb
to place

adsto
adsto
verb
to stand at or near

adstrangulo
adstrangulō
verb
to strangle

adstrepo
adstrepō
verb
to make a noise at or to

adstricte
adstrictē
adverb
concisely

adstrictio
adstrictiō
noun
A power of contracting

adstrictorius
adstrictōrius
adjective
binding

adstrictus
adstrictus
adjective

adstrictus
adstrictus
adjective
drawn together

adstrido
adstrīdō
verb
to hiss at

adstringo
adstringō
verb
to draw close

adstructio
adstructiō
noun
An accumulation of proof

adstructor
adstructor
noun
one who adduces proof

adstruo
adstruō
verb
to build near or in addition to

adstupeo
adstupeō
verb
to be amazed at or on account of

adsu
adsu
prefix

adsudasso
adsūdassō
verb
v. intens. n

adsudesco
adsūdescō
verb
to begin to sweat

adsuefacio
adsuēfaciō
verb
to use or accustom to

adsuesco
adsuescō
verb
to use or accustom one to

adsuetudo
adsuētūdō
noun
a being accustomed to

adsuetus
adsuētus
adjective
accustomed

adsugo
adsūgo
verb
to suck

adsultim
adsultim
adverb
by leaps or bounds

adsulto
adsultō
verb
to jump or leap to

adsultus
adsultus
noun
a leaping to or toward

adsum
adsum
verb
to be at or near

adsumentum
adsūmentum
noun
that which is to be sewed upon

adsumo
adsūmō
verb
to take to or with

adsumptio
adsumptiō
noun
a taking

adsumptivus
adsumptīvus
adjective
taken in addition

adsumptus
adsumptus
adjective

adsuo
adsuō
verb
to sew on

adsurgo
adsurgō
verb
to rise up

adsuspiro
adsuspīrō
verb
to sigh at

adt
adt
prefix

adtamino
adtāminō
verb
to touch

adtempero
adtemperō
verb
to fit

adtempto
adtemptō
verb
to strive after

adtendo
adtendō
verb
to stretch

adtentus
adtentus
adjective

adtenuatio
adtenuātiō
noun
a diminishing

adtenuatus
adtenuātus
adjective

adtenuatus
adtenuātus
adjective
enfeebled

adtenuo
adtenuō
verb
to make thin or weak

adtero
adterō
verb
to rub one thing against another

adterraneus
adterrāneus
adjective
belonging to the earth

adtertiarius
adtertiārius
adjective
the whole and a third

adtertiatus
adtertiātus
adjective
boiled down to a third part

adtigo
adtigō
cross-reference

adtiguus
adtiguus
adjective
touching

adtillo
adtillō
verb
to tickle

adtina
adtina
noun
stones built up like a wall for a boundary mark

adtineo
adtineō
verb
To hold to

adtingo
adtingō
verb
to touch

adtinguo
adtinguo
verb
to moisten

adtitulo
adtitulō
verb
to name

adtolero
adtolerō
verb
to bear

adtondeo
adtondeō
verb
to shave

adtonitus
adtonitus
adjective
thundered at

adtonitus
adtonitus
adjective

adtono
adtonō
verb
to thunder at

adtrectatio
adtrectātiō
noun
A touching

adtrectatus
adtrectātus
noun
a handling

adtrecto
adtrectō
verb
to touch

adtribuo
adtribuō
verb
to associate

adtributio
adtribūtiō
noun
The assignment of a money-debt

adtributus
adtribūtus
adjective
that is ascribed or attributed to a thing

adtributus
adtribūtus
adjective

adtulo
adtulō
verb
to bring to

Aduaca
Aduaca
noun
a fortress in the country of the Eburones

Aduaticus
Aduāticus
noun
a people of Cimbrian origin in

Aduatuca
Aduātuca
noun
a fortress in the country of the Eburones

Aduatucus
Aduātucus
noun
a people of Cimbrian origin in

adulabilis
adūlābilis
adjective
suited to flatter

adulans
adūlans
adjective

adulans
adūlans
adjective
flattering

adulanter
adūlanter
cross-reference

adulanter
adūlanter
adverb
flatteringly

adulatio
adūlātiō
noun
a fawning

adulator
adūlātor
noun
a low

adulatorie
adūlātōriē
adverb
flatteringly

adulatorius
adūlātōrius
adjective
flattering

adulatrix
adūlātrix
noun
a female flatterer

adulescens
adulescens
adverb
growing up

adulescentia
adulescentia
noun
the age of the

adulescentior
adulescentior
verb
to behave like an

adulescentula
adulescentula
noun
a very young maiden

adulescentulus
adulescentulus
noun
a very young man

adulescenturio
adulescentūriō
verb
to behave like an

adulor
adūlor
verb
to cling to one fawningly

adulo
adūlō
verb
to fawn like a dog

adulter
adulter
noun
one who approaches another

adultera
adultera
noun
one who approaches another

adulteratio
adulterātiō
noun
an adulteration

adulterator
adulterātor
noun
a counterfeiter

adulteratrix
adulterātrix
noun

adulterinus
adulterīnus
adjective
Adulterous

adulterio
adulteriō
cross-reference

adulteritas
adulteritas
adjective

adulterium
adulterium
noun
Adultery

adultero
adulterō
verb
to commit adultery

adulter,tera
adulter,tera
adjective
adulterous

adulterum
adulterum
adjective
adulterous

adultus
adultus
adjective
grown up

adultus
adultus
adjective

adumbratim
adumbrātim
adverb
sketched in shadow

adumbratio
adumbrātiō
noun
a sketch in shadow

adumbratus
adumbrātus
adjective

adumbro
adumbrō
verb
to bring a shadow over a thing

adunatio
adūnātiō
noun
a making into one

adunatus
adūnātus
adjective

aduncitas
aduncitās
noun
the curvature of a point inwards

aduncus
aduncus
adjective
bent in the manner of a hook

aduno
adūnō
verb
to make one

adurgeo
adurgeō
verb
to press to or close to

aduro
adūrō
verb
to set fire to

adusque
adusque
preposition
Prep

adustio
adustiō
noun
A kindling

adustum
adustum
noun
burns upon the flesh

adustus
adustus
adjective

adustus
adustus
adjective
Burned by the sun

adusus
adūsus
cross-reference
abusus

adutor
adūtor
cross-reference
abusus

advecticius
advectīcius
adjective
brought to a place

advectio
advectiō
noun
a bringing or conveying

advectius
advectius
adjective
brought to a place

advecto
advectō
verb
to carry or convey to a place often

advector
advector
noun
one who conveys or carries a thing to a place

advectus
advectus
adjective

advectus
advectus
noun
a bringing or conveying to

adveho
advehō
verb
to conduct

advelitatio
advēlitātiō
noun
a skirmish of words

advelo
advēlō
verb
to put a veil on a person or thing

advena
advena
noun
a foreigner

adveneror
adveneror
verb
to give honor to

advenientia
advenientia
noun
an arrival

advenio
adveniō
verb
to come to

adventicius
adventīcius
adjective
that is present by coming

adventius
adventius
adjective
that is present by coming

advento
adventō
verb
to come continually nearer to

adventor
adventor
noun
one that arrives

adventoria
adventōria
noun

adventoria
adventōria
noun
a banquet given on one's arrival

adventorius
adventōrius
adjective
that pertains to an arrival or to a guest

adventus
adventus
noun
a coming

adverbero
adverberō
verb
to strike on

adverbialis
adverbiālis
adjective
pertaining to an adverb

adverbialiter
adverbiāliter
adverb
in the manner of an adverb

adverbium
adverbium
noun
an adverb

advereor
advereor
verb
at vereor

adverro
adverrō
verb
advolvensque

adversa
adversa
noun
a female opponent or adversary

adversaria
adversāria
noun
the arguments

adversarium
adversārium
noun
Turned toward

adversarius
adversārius
noun
an antagonist

adversarius
adversārius
adjective
Turned toward

adversatio
adversātiō
noun
an opposing

adversativus
adversātīvus
adjective
adversative

adversator
adversātor
noun
one who opposes a thing

adversatrix
adversātrix
noun
a female antagonist or adversary

adversatus
adversātus
adjective

adverse
adversē
adverb
self-contradictorily

adversio
adversiō
noun
a turning or directing

adversipedes
adversipedes
noun
antipodes

adversitas
adversitās
noun
opposition

adversitor
adversitor
noun
one who goes to meet another

adverso
adversō
verb
verb. freq

adversor
adversor
verb
to stand opposite to one

adversum
adversum
adverb
direction to or toward

adversum
adversum
noun
the opposite

adversum
adversum
preposition
opposite to

adversum
adversum
noun
misfortune

adversus
adversus
preposition
opposite to

adversus
adversus
adjective
turned toward

adversus
adversus
noun
an opponent

adversus
adversus
adjective
turned to or toward

adversus
adversus
adverb
direction to or toward

adverto
advertō
verb
to turn

advesperasco
advesperascō
verb
it approaches evening

advigilo
advigilō
verb
to watch by or at

advivo
advīvō
verb
To live with one

advocamentum
advocamentum
noun

advocatio
advocātiō
noun
a calling to or summoning

advocator
advocātor
noun
an advocate

advocatus
advocātus
noun
a legal assistant

advocatus
advocātus
noun

advocatus
advocātus
noun

advoco
advocō
verb
to call or summon one to

advolatus
advolātus
noun
a flying to

advolitans
advolitans
adjective
flying often to

advolo
advolō
verb
to fly to or toward

advolvo
advolvō
verb
to roll to or toward

advorsatrix
advorsātrix
noun
a female antagonist or adversary

advorsitor
advorsitor
noun
one who goes to meet another

advorso
advorsō
verb
verb. freq

advorsor
advorsor
verb
to stand opposite to one

advorsum, advorsus
advorsum, advorsus
expression

advorsus
advorsus
preposition
opposite to

advorsus
advorsus
adjective
turned toward

advorsus
advorsus
adverb
direction to or toward

advorsus
advorsus
adjective
turned to or toward

advorto
advortō
cross-reference

advorto
advortō
verb
to turn

advosem
advosem
cross-reference

adynamon
adynamon
cross-reference
weakened wine

adytum
adytum
noun
the innermost part of a temple

adzelor
adzēlor
verb
to be zealous against one

ae
adverb

ae
ae
noun
the wild vine

ae
ae
adverb
goats

ae
ae
cross-reference
an aqueduct or water conduit that extended from Tusculum to the Tiber

Aea
Aea
noun
a peninsula in Colchis

Aeacideius
Aeacidēius
adjective
pertaining to the Aeacidae

Aeacides
Aeacidēs
noun
a male descendant of Aeacus

Aeacidinus
Aeacidīnus
adjective
pertaining to the Aeacide

Aeacius
Aeacius
adjective
Aeacian

Aeacus
Aeacus
noun
son of Jupiter by Europa

Aeaea
Aeaea
noun
the island in the Tyrrhene Sea where the Circe of Homer had her abode

Aeaeus
Aeaeus
adjective
Belonging to Aea

Aeas
Aeas
adjective
a river of Epirus

Aebura
Aebūra
noun
a city of Hispania Tarraconensis

Aebutia lex
Aebūtia lex
expression

Aebutius
Aebūtius
adjective
name of a Roman gens

Aeca
Aeca
noun
a city of Apulia

Aecanus
Aecanus
noun
the inhabitants of Aecae

Aeclanensis
Aeclānensis
noun
the inhabitants of Aeculanum

Aeclanum
Aeclānum
noun
a city of the Hirpini in Samnium

Aeclanus
Aeclānus
noun
the inhabitants of Aeculanum

Aeclanus
Aeclānus
noun
the inhabitants of Aeculanum

Aeculanensis
Aeculānensis
noun
the inhabitants of Aeculanum

Aeculanum
Aeculānum
noun
a city of the Hirpini in Samnium

Aeculanus
Aeculānus
noun
the inhabitants of Aeculanum

Aeculanus
Aeculānus
noun
the inhabitants of Aeculanum

aecus
aecus
adjective
that extends or lies in a horizontal direction

aedepol
aedepol
cross-reference

aedepol
aedepol
interjection
by Pollux! indeed! truly!

aedes
aedēs
noun
a building for habitation

aedicula
aedicula
noun
a small building intended for a dwelling

aedifacio
aedifaciō
verb
to erect a building

aedifex
aedifex
noun
A builder

aedificatio
aedificātiō
noun
the act of building

aedificatiuncula
aedificātiuncula
noun
a little building

aedificator
aedificātor
noun
A builder

aedificatoria
aedificātōria
noun
the art of building

aedificatorius
aedificātōrius
adjective
pertaining to building

aedificialis
aedificiālis
adjective
pertaining to

aedificium
aedificium
noun
a building of any kind

aedifico
aedificō
verb
to erect a building

aedilatus
aedīlātus
noun

aedilicius
aedīlīcius
adjective
pertaining or belonging to an aedile

aedilicius
aedīlīcius
noun
one who had been an aedile

aedilis
aedīlis
noun
an aedile

aedilitas
aedīlitās
noun
the office of an aedile

aedilitius
aedīlītius
adjective

aedilitius
aedīlītius
adjective
pertaining or belonging to an aedile

aedis
aedis
noun
a building for habitation

aedis
aedis
noun

aeditimor
aeditimor
verb
to keep or take care of a temple

aeditimus
aeditimus
noun
one who keeps or takes care of a temple

aeditua
aeditua
noun
a female overseer of a temple

aeditualis
aedituālis
adjective
pertaining to a temple-keeper

aedituens
aedituens
adjective
a keeper of a temple

aeditumor
aeditumor
verb
to keep or take care of a temple

aeditus
aeditus
noun
one who keeps or takes care of a temple

aedituus
aedituus
noun
a keeper of a temple

aedon
aēdon
noun
the nightingale

aedonius
aēdonius
adjective
pertaining to the nightingale

Aeduicus
Aeduicus
adjective
pertaining to the Aedui

aedus
aedus
noun
a young goat

Aeduus
Aeduus
noun
a tribe in Gallia Celtica friendly to the Romans

Aeeta
Aeēta
noun
king of Colchis

Aeetaeus
Aeētaeus
adjective
belonging to Aeetes

Aeetas
Aeētās
noun
king of Colchis

Aeetes
Aeētēs
noun
king of Colchis

Aeetias
Aeētias
noun
patr. f

Aeetine
Aeētīnē
noun
patr. f

Aeetis
Aeētis
noun
patr. f

Aeetius
Aeētius
adjective
pertaining to Aeetes

Aega
Aega
noun
A city of Cilicia

Aegaeon
Aegaeon
noun
A giant-monster

Aegaeon
Aegaeōn
noun
A giant-monster

Aegaeum
Aegaeum
noun
the Aegean Sea

Aegaeus
Aegaeus
adjective
Aegean

Aegatis
Aegātis
noun
the Aegates

aeger
aeger
adjective
ill

Aegeria
Aegeria
cross-reference

Aegeria
Aegeria
noun
a nymph

Aegeus
Aegēus
adjective

Aegeus
Aegeus
noun
son of Pand on

Aegiale
Aegialē
noun
daughter or granddaughter of Adrastus

Aegialeus
Aegialeus
noun
Son of Aeetes

Aegides
Aegīdēs
noun
patr. m

Aegiensis
Aegiensis
noun
the inhabitants of Achaia

Aegiensis
Aegiensis
noun

aegilopa
aegilōpa
noun

aegilopa
aegilōpa
noun
A disease of the eyes

aegilopium
aegilōpium
noun
a disease of the eyes

aegilops
aegilops
noun
A disease of the eyes

Aegimurus
Aegimurus
noun
an island situated over against Carthage

Aegina
Aegīna
noun
An island in the Saronic gulf

Aeginensis
Aegīnensis
adjective
a native or an inhabitant of Aegina

Aegineticus
Aegīnēticus
adjective
pertaining to Aegina

Aeginiensis
Aeginiensis
noun
an inhabitant of Aeginium

Aeginium
Aeginium
noun
a fortress in Thessaly

Aegion
Aegion
noun
a town in Achaia

Aegipan
Aegipān
noun
Goat-Pan

Aegira
Aegīra
noun
A town in Achaia

aegis
aegis
noun
The aegis

aegisonus
aegisonus
adjective
sounding with the aegis

Aegisthus
Aegisthus
noun
the son of Thyestes

aegithus
aegithus
noun
a small bird

Aegium
Aegium
noun
a town in Achaia

Aegius
Aegius
adjective
pertaining to Aegium

Aegle
Aeglē
noun
A nymph

aegocephalos
aegocephalos
noun
an unknown bird

aegoceras
aegoceras
noun
a plant

aegoceros
aegocerōs
noun

aegoceros
aegoceros
noun
the wild goat

aegolethron
aegolethron
noun
a plant in Pontus

aegolios
aegōlios
noun
an unknown bird

Aegon
Aegōn
noun
The Aegean Sea

aegonychos
aegonychos
noun
a plant

aegophthalmos
aegophthalmos
noun
an unknown gem

Aegos flumen
Aegos flūmen
noun
a river and town in the Thracian Chersonesus

aegre
aegrē
adverb

aegre
aegrē
noun
Uncomfortably

aegreo
aegreō
verb
to be ill

aegresco
aegrescō
verb
to become ill

aegrimonia
aegrimōnia
noun
sorrow

aegritudo
aegritūdō
noun
illness

aegror
aegror
noun
illness

aegrotaticius
aegrotaticius
adjective
that is often ill

aegrotatio
aegrōtātiō
noun
illness

aegroto
aegrōtō
verb
to be ill

aegrotus
aegrōtus
adjective
ill

aegrum
aegrum
noun
Uncomfortably

Aegyptiace
Aegyptiacē
adverb
after the Egyptian manner

Aegyptiacus
Aegyptiacus
adjective
Egyptian

aegyptilla
aegyptilla
noun
a precious stone once found in Egypt

Aegyptini
Aegyptīnī
adverb

Aegyptius
Aegyptius
adjective
Egyptian

Aegyptius
Aegyptius
noun
an Egyptian

Aegyptus
Aegyptus
noun
Egypt

Aegyptus
Aegyptus
noun
a king of Egypt

Aelianus
Aeliānus
adjective
originating from an Aelius

aelinos
aelinos
noun
a song of lament

Aelius
Aelius
adjective
The name of a Roman gens

Aello
Aellō
noun
The name of a harpy

aelurus
aelūrus
noun
a cat

aemidum
aemidum
cross-reference

Aemilia
Aemilia
cross-reference
a gladiatorial exhibition introduced by P. Aemilius Lepidus

Aemiliana
Aemiliāna
cross-reference
a place just out of Rome

Aemilianus
Aemiliānus
adjective
relating to the Aemilian gens

Aemilia Via
Aemilia Via
expression
the name of three several public roads

Aemilius
Aemilius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

Aemilius Macer
Aemilius Macer
expression
a poet

Aemimontanus
Aemimontānus
noun
the inhabitants of Haemimontus

Aemimontus
Aemimontus
noun
a province of Thrace

Aemonia
Aemonia
noun
a poetical name of Thessaly

Aemonia, Aemonides, Aemonis
Aemonia, Aemonides, Aemonis
expression

Aemonis
Aemonis
noun
a Thessalian woman

Aemonius
Aemonius
cross-reference

aemula
aemula
cross-reference

aemulanter
aemulanter
adverb
emulously

aemulatio
aemulātiō
noun
an assiduous striving to equal or excel another in any thing

aemulator
aemulātor
noun
a zealous imitator

aemulatrix
aemulātrix
noun
a female emulator

aemulatus
aemulātus
noun
emulation

aemulor
aemulor
verb
to rival

aemulo
aemulō
verb

aemulus
aemulus
adjective
striving after another earnestly

Aemus
Aemus
noun
A high range of mountains in Thrace

Aenaria
Aenāria
noun
an island on the western coast of Campania

Aenea
Aenēa
noun
a city of Chalcidice

Aenea
Aenēa
noun

Aeneades
Aeneadēs
noun
patr. m

Aeneae Portus
Aenēae Portus
expression
a harbor near Torone and Mount Athos

Aeneas
Aenēās
noun
Aeneas

Aeneaticus
Aenēāticus
adjective

Aeneaticus
Aenēāticus
adjective
belonging to Aenea

aeneator
aeneātor
noun
one who blows a horn in war

Aeneats
Aenēāts
noun

Aeneats
Aenēāts
noun
the inhabitants of Aenea

Aeneis
Aenēis
noun
the Aeneid

Aeneius
Aenēius
adjective
of or pertaining to Aeneas

aeneolus
aēneolus
adjective
made of bronze

Aenesus
Aenēsus
noun
the companions of Aeneas

aeneus
aēneus
adjective
of bronze

Aenia
Aenīa
noun
a city of Chalcidice

Aenianis
Aeniānis
noun
a people of Thessalia

Aenides
Aenīdēs
noun
patr. m

aenigma
aenigma
noun
that which is enigmatical or dark in a figurative representation

aenigmaticus
aenigmaticus
adjective
like an enigma

aenigmatista
aenigmatista
noun
one that proposes riddles

aenigmatistes
aenigmatistēs
noun
one that proposes riddles

aenipes
aēnipes
adjective
that has feet of bronze

aenitologium
aenitologium
noun
a dac tylic verse with an iambic

Aenius
Aenius
noun
the inhabitants of Aenus

Aenobarbus
Aēnobarbus
noun
a family name of the Domitian gens

Aenos
Aenos
noun
a city of Thrace

aenulum
aēnulum
noun
a small bronze vessel

aenum
aēnum
noun
a bronze vessel

Aenus
Aenus
noun
a city of Thrace

Aenus
Aenus
noun
the river Inn

aenus
aēnus
adjective
of copper or bronze

Aeolia
Aeolia
noun
A group of islands near Sicily

Aeolicus
Aeolicus
adjective
pertaining to the Aeolians

Aeolides
Aeolidēs
noun
patr. m

Aeoliis
Aeoliis
noun
the Aeolians

aeolipila
aeolipila
noun
vessels

Aeolis
Aeolis
noun
patr. f

Aeolis
Aeolis
noun
a country in Asia Minor

Aeolis
Aeolis
noun
the Aeolians

Aeolius
Aeolius
noun
the Aeolians

Aeolius
Aeolius
adjective
pertaining to Aeolus

Aeolus
Aeolus
noun
The god of the winds

aeon
aeōn
noun

Aepy
Aepy
noun
a city of Elis

aequabilis
aequābilis
adjective
that can

aequabilitas
aequābilitās
noun
the quality of

aequabiliter
aequābiliter
adverb

aequabiliter
aequābiliter
adjective
uniformly

aequaevus
aequaevus
adjective
of equal age

aequalis
aequālis
adjective
that can be put on an equality with

aequalitas
aequālitās
noun
equality

aequaliter
aequāliter
adverb
equally

aequamen
aequāmen
noun
an instrument for levelling or smoothing

aequamentum
aequāmentum
noun
an equalling

aequanimis
aequanimis
adjective
kind

aequanimitas
aequanimitās
noun
favor

aequanimiter
aequanimiter
adverb
calmly

aequanimus
aequanimus
adjective
even-tempered

Aequanum
Aequānum
noun
a mountain range near Sorrentum

aequatio
aequātiō
noun
an equalizing

aequator monetae
aequātor monētae
expression
one who

aequatus
aequātus
adjective

aeque
aequē
adverb
in like manner

aequicrurius
aequicrūrius
adjective
of equal legs

Aequiculani
Aequīcūlānī
adverb

Aequiculus
Aequīculus
noun
one of the Aequi

Aequiculus
Aequīculus
adjective
Aequian

Aequicus
Aequicus
adjective

Aequicus
Aequicus
adjective
Aequian

aequidiale
aequidiāle
noun
the equinox

aequidianus
aequidiānus
adjective
equinoctial

aequidici
aequidicī
adverb
verses containing corresponding words or expressions

aequidistans
aequidistans
adjective
parallel

aequiformis
aequiformis
adjective
uniform

aequilanx
aequilanx
adjective
with equal scale

aequilatatio
aequilātātiō
noun
the equal distance of two parallel lines from each other

aequilateralis
aequilaterālis
adjective
equilateral

aequilaterus
aequilaterus
adjective
equilateral

aequilatus
aequilatus
adjective
equilateral

aequilavium
aequilavium
noun
a half of the whole

aequilibratus
aequilībrātus
adjective

aequilibris
aequilībris
adjective
in perfect equilibrium or equipoise

aequilibritas
aequilībritās
noun
the equal distribution of the powers of nature

aequilibrium
aequilībrium
noun
a level or horizontal position

Aequimaelium
Aequimaelium
noun
the open space in Rome below the Capitol

aequimanus
aequimanus
adjective
who can use both hands equally well

Aequimelium
Aequimēlium
noun
the open space in Rome below the Capitol

aequinoctialis
aequinoctiālis
adjective
pertaining to the equinox

aequinoctium
aequinoctium
noun
the time of equal days and nights

aequipar
aequipar
adjective
perfectly alike or equal

aequiparabilis
aequiparābilis
adjective
that may be compared

aequiparantia
aequiparantia
noun
a comparison

aequiparatio
aequiparātiō
noun
an equalizing

aequiparo
aequiparō
verb
to put a thing on an equality with another thing

aequipedus
aequipedus
adjective
having equal feet

aequiperabilis
aequiperābilis
adjective
that may be compared

aequiperantia
aequiperantia
noun
a comparison

aequiperatio
aequīperātiō
noun
an equalizing

aequipero
aequiperō
verb

aequipero
aequiperō
verb
to put a thing on an equality with another thing

aequipes
aequipēs
adjective
having equal feet

aequipollens
aequipollens
adjective
of equal value or significance

aequipondium
aequipondium
noun
an equal weight

aequitas
aequitās
noun
the quality of being

aequiter
aequiter
adverb
in like manner

aequiternus
aequiternus
adjective
equally eternal

aequivaleo
aequivaleō
verb
to have equal power

aequivocus
aequivocus
adjective

aequo
aequō
verb
to make one thing equal to another

aequor
aequor
noun
an even

aequoreus
aequoreus
adjective
of or pertaining to the sea

aequum
aequum
noun
level ground

aequum
aequum
noun
what is fair

Aequus
Aequus
noun
A warlike people of ancient Italy

aequus
aequus
adjective
that extends or lies in a horizontal direction

aequus
aequus
noun
a friend

aer
āēr
noun
the air

aera
aera
noun
counters

aera
aera
noun
a weed among grain

aera
aera
noun

aeramen
aerāmen
noun
aes

aeramentum
aerāmentum
noun
that is prepared from copper or bronze

aeraria
aerāria
noun
A mine

aeraria
aerāria
noun

aerarium
aerārium
noun

aerarium
aerārium
noun
the place in the temple of Saturn at Rome

aerarius
aerārius
adjective
That pertains to or is made of copper

aerarius
aerārius
noun
One who works in copper

aeratus
aerātus
adjective
Furnished or covered with copper or bronze

aereum
aereum
noun
a copper color

aereus
aereus
adjective
Made of copper

aereus
aereus
noun
a bronze coin

aereus
āereus
adjective

aereus
āereus
adjective
Pertaining to the air

aerifer
aerifer
adjective
bearing copper or bronze

aerifice
aerificē
adverb
with the art of the worker in bronze

aerificium
aerificium
cross-reference

aerifodina
aerifodīna
noun

aerinus
aerinus
adjective
of darnel or cockle

aeripes
aeripes
adjective
Bronzefooted

aeris
āeris
noun
the air

aerisonus
aerisonus
adjective
sounding with bronze

aerius
āerius
adjective
Pertaining to the air

aerizusa
āerīzūsa
noun
a kind of precious stone

aero
aerō
noun
a braided or wicker basket

aero
aerō
verb

aeroides
āeroīdēs
noun
of the color of the air

aeromantia
āeromantīa
noun
divination from the state of the air

Aeropa
Āeropa
noun
the wife of Atreus

Aerope
Āeropē
noun
the wife of Atreus

aerophobus
āerophobus
noun
one that fears the air

aerosus
aerōsus
adjective
full of copper

aeruca
aerūca
noun
a kind of verdigris

aerugino
aerūginō
verb
to become rusty

aeruginosus
aerūginōsus
adjective
full of copper-rust

aerugo
aerūgō
noun
Rust of copper

aerumna
aerumna
noun
need

aerumnabilis
aerumnābilis
adjective
that may be regarded as wretched or miserable

aerumnosus
aerumnōsus
adjective
full of trouble or misery

aerumnula
aerumnula
noun
a traveller's stick for carrying a bundle

aeruscator
aeruscātor
noun

aerusco
aeruscō
verb
to get money by going about and exhibiting tricks of legerdemain

aes
aes
noun
Any crude metal dug out of the earth

Aesacos
Aesacos
noun
a son of Priam

Aesacus
Aesacus
noun
a son of Priam

aesalon
aesalōn
noun
a species of falcon or hawk

Aesar
Aesar
noun
a river in Lower Italy

Aesar
Aesar
cross-reference
A name of God among the Etruscans

Aesareus
Aesareus
adjective
pertaining to the Aesar

Aeschines
Aeschinēs
noun
A disciple of Socrates

aeschrologia
aeschrologia
noun
an expression improper on account of its ambiguity

Aeschylus
Aeschylus
noun
The first great tragic poet of Greece

aeschynomene
aeschȳnomenē
noun
a plant which shrinks when touched

Aesculanus
Aesculānus
noun
the god of copper or copper money

Aesculapium
Aesculāpium
noun
a temple of Aesculapius

Aesculapium
Aesculāpīum
noun
a temple of Aesculapius

Aesculapius
Aesculāpius
noun
the son of Apollo and the nymph Coronis

aesculetum
aesculētum
noun
a forest of winter

Aesculetum
Aesculētum
noun
a place in Rome

aesculeus
aesculeus
adjective
of the Italian oak

aesculinus
aesculīnus
adjective

aesculus
aesculus
noun
the tallest species of oak

Aesernia
Aesernia
noun
a town in Samnium

Aeserninus
Aesernīnus
adjective
adj. pertaining to or a native of

Aeserninus
Aesernīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Aesernia

Aesinas
Aesinas
adjective
of or pertaining to Aesis

Aesinats
Aesināts
noun
the inhabitants of Aesis

Aesis
Aesis
noun
a river in Umbria

Aesis
Aesis
noun
a town in Umbria on the river Aesis

Aesola
Aesola
noun
a town in the neighborhood of Tibur

Aesolanus
Aesolānus
noun
the inhabitants of Aesula

Aeson
Aesōn
noun
a Thessalian prince

Aesonides
Aesonidēs
noun
a male descendant of Aeson

Aesonius
Aesonius
adjective
Aesonian

Aesopeus
Aesōpēus
adjective
Aesopic

Aesopicus
Aesōpicus
adjective
Aesopic

Aesopius
Aesōpīus
adjective
Aesopic

Aesopus
Aesōpus
noun
Aesop

Aesquilia
Aesquilia
noun
the largest of the seven hills of Rome

Aesquiliae
Aesquiliaē
adverb

aestas
aestās
noun
the summer season

aestifer
aestifer
adjective
bringing

aestimabilis
aestimābilis
adjective
worthy of estimation

aestimatio
aestimātiō
noun
The estimating a thing according to its extrinsic

aestimator
aestimātor
noun
One that estimates a thing according to its extrinsic value

aestimatoria
aestimātōria
noun
regarding a valuer or taxer

aestimatorius
aestimātōrius
adjective
regarding a valuer or taxer

aestimatus
aestimātus
noun

aestimia
aestimia
noun

aestimium
aestimium
noun

aestimo
aestimō
verb
To determine or estimate the extrinsic

Aestius
Aestius
noun
a Germanic people on the southeast or east of the Baltic

aestivalis
aestīvālis
adjective
pertaining to summer

aestive
aestīvē
adverb
in a summer-like manner

aestivo
aestīvō
verb
to spend or pass the summer in a place

aestivum
aestīvum
noun

aestivum
aestīvum
noun
a summer camp

aestivus
aestīvus
adjective
of or pertaining to summer

aestuabundus
aestuābundus
adjective
foaming

aestuans
aestuans
adjective

aestuarium
aestuārium
noun
A part of the sea-coast which

aestuatio
aestuātiō
noun
a boiling up

aestumo
aestumō
verb
To determine or estimate the extrinsic

aestuo
aestuō
verb
to be in agilation or in violent commotion

aestuose
aestuōsē
adverb
hotly

aestuosus
aestuōsus
adjective
full of agitation or heat

aestus
aestus
noun
an undulating

Aestuus
Aestuus
noun
a Germanic people on the southeast or east of the Baltic

Aesula
Aesula
noun
a town in the neighborhood of Tibur

Aesulanus
Aesulānus
adjective
pertaining to Aesula

aetas
aetās
noun
The period of life

aetatula
aetātula
noun
a youthful

aeternabilis
aeternābilis
adjective
that can last forever

aeternalis
aeternālis
adjective
enduring forever

aeternaliter
aeternāliter
adverb
forever

aeternitas
aeternitās
noun
eternity

aeterno
aeternō
verb
to perpetuate

aeterno
aeternō
verb
forever

aeterno
aeternō
adverb

aeternum
aeternum
adverb
forever

aeternus
aeternus
adjective
without beginning or end

aethalus
aethalus
noun
a sort of grape in Egypt

Aether
Aether
noun
son of Chaos

aether
aether
noun
the upper

aethereus
aethereus
adjective
pertaining to the ether

aetherius
aetherius
adjective
pertaining to the ether

Aethiopia
Aethiopia
noun
Ethiopia

Aethiopicus
Aethiopicus
adjective
Ethiopian

aethiopis
aethiopis
noun
a species of sage

Aethiopissa
Aethiopissa
noun
an Ethiopian woman

Aethiops
Aethiops
noun
an Ethiopian

Aethiopus
Aethiopus
noun

Aethon
Aethōn
noun
the name of a horse

Aethra
Aethra
noun
Daughter of Oceanus and Tethys

aethra
aethra
noun
the upper

aetiologia
aetiologia
noun
an allegation of reasons

aetites
āetītēs
noun
a stone found in the nest of the eagle

aetitis
āetītis
noun
a precious stone of the color of the eagle

Aetna
Aetna
noun
The celebrated volcano of Sicily

Aetnaeus
Aetnaeus
noun
those who dwell on or near Mt. Aetna

Aetnaeus
Aetnaeus
adjective
Pertaining to Aetna

Aetne
Aetnē
noun
The celebrated volcano of Sicily

Aetnensis
Aetnensis
adjective
pertaining to the town of Aetna

Aetnensis
Aetnensis
noun
the inhabitants of Aetna

Aetolia
Aetōlia
noun
a province in Middle Greece

Aetolicus
Aetōlicus
adjective
Aetolian

Aetolis
Aetōlis
noun
an Aetolian woman

Aetolius
Aetōlius
adjective
Diomedes

Aetolus
Aetōlus
noun
the inhabitants of Aetolia

Aetolus
Aetōlus
adjective
Aetolian

aevitas
aevitās
noun
the time through which a person lives or a thing lasts

aeviternus
aeviternus
cross-reference

aevom
aevom
noun
uninterrupted

aevum
aevum
noun
uninterrupted

Aex
Aex
cross-reference
the name of a rocky island in the Aegean Sea

Afer
Āfer
adjective
African

Afer
Āfer
noun
an African

affaber
affaber
adjective
Made or prepared ingeniously or with art

affabilis
affābilis
adjective
that can be easily spoken to

affabilitas
affābilitās
noun
the quality of

affabiliter
affābiliter
adverb

affabre
affabrē
adverb

affabre
affābrē
adverb

affabricatus
affābricātus
adjective
fitted or added to by art

affabricatus
affabricātus
adjective
fitted or added to by art

affamen
affāmen
noun
an accosting

affania
affānia
noun
empty

affatim
affatim
adverb
To satisfaction

affatus
affātus
noun

affatus
affātus
noun
a speaking to or addressing

affectatio
affectātiō
noun
a striving after

affectator
affectātor
noun
one that strives for

affectatrix
affectātrix
noun
she that strives for

affectatus
affectātus
adjective

affecte
affectē
adverb
with

affectio
affectiō
noun
The relation to or disposition toward a thing produced in a person by some influence

affectiosus
affectiōsus
adjective
full of attachment or affection

affecto
affectō
verb
To strive after

affector
affector
verb
verb. dep

affectuosus
affectuōsus
adjective
full of inclination

affectus
affectus
adjective

affectus
affectus
adjective

affectus
affectus
noun
A state of body

affero
afferō
verb
to bring

afficio
afficiō
verb
to do something

afficticius
afficticius
adjective
added to

affictius
affictius
adjective
added to

affictus
affictus
adjective

affigo
affīgō
verb
to fix or fasten to or upon

affiguro
affigūrō
verb
to form or fashion after

affingo
affingō
verb
to form

affinis
affīnis
adjective
that is neighboring or a neighbor to one

affinitas
affīnitās
noun
the state or condition of

affirmanter
affirmanter
adverb
with assurance or certainty

affirmate
affirmātē
adverb
with assurance or certainty

affirmatio
affirmātiō
noun
an affirmation

affirmativus
affirmātīvus
adjective
affirming

affirmator
affirmātor
noun
one who asserts or affirms a thing

affirmo
affirmō
verb
To present

affixio
affixiō
noun
a joining or fastening to

affixus
affixus
adjective

afflagrans
afflāgrans
adjective
blazing or flaming up

afflator
afflātor
noun
one who blows on or breathes into

afflatus
afflātus
noun
A blowing or breathing on

afflatus
afflātus
adjective

afflecto
afflectō
verb
to turn

affleo
affleō
verb
to weep at

afflictatio
afflictātiō
noun
pain

afflictator
afflictātor
noun
one who causes pain or suffering

afflictio
afflictiō
noun
pain

afflicto
afflictō
verb
to disquiet greatly

afflictor
afflictor
noun
one who strikes a thing to

afflictus
afflictus
adjective

afflictus
afflictus
adjective

afflictus
afflictus
noun
a striking on or against

affligo
afflīgō
verb
to strike or beat a thing to

afflo
afflō
verb
to blow or breathe on

affluens
affluens
adjective

affluens
affluens
adjective
flowing abundantly with a thing

affluente
affluentē
adverb
richly

affluenter
affluenter
adverb

affluentia
affluentia
noun
a flowing to

affluo
affluō
verb
to flow or run to or toward

affor
affor
verb
to fix the limits of the auspices

affodio
affodiō
verb
to dig in addition to

affore
afforē
adverb

afforem
afforem
adverb

afformido
afformīdō
verb
to be afraid

affrango
affrangō
verb
to strike upon or against

affremo
affremō
verb
to roar

affricatio
affricātiō
noun
a rubbing on or against

affrico
affricō
verb
to rub on or against

affrictus
affrictus
noun
a rubbing on or against

affringo
affringō
cross-reference

affrio
affriō
verb
to rub or crumble to pieces

affulgeo
affulgeō
verb
to shine on

affundo
affundō
verb
To pour to

afore
āfore
cross-reference

aforem
āforem
cross-reference

Afranianus
Afrāniānus
noun
soldiers of Afranius

Afranianus
Afrāniānus
adjective
of or pertaining to Afranius

Afranius
Afrānius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

Africa
Africa
noun
Libya

Africana
Africāna
noun
panthers

Africanus
Africānus
adjective
pertaining to Africa

Africanus
Africānus
noun
surname of the two most distinguished Scipios

Africus
Africus
noun
the south - southwest wind

Africus
Africus
adjective
African

Africus
Africus
noun
the south-west wind

Africus ventus
Africus ventus
expression

Afrus
Afrus
noun

Afrus
Āfrus
noun
an African

afui
āfuī
adverb

Agamedes
Agamēdēs
noun
a brother of Trophonius

Agamemnon
Agamemnōn
noun
king of Mycenae

Agamemnonides
Agamemnonidēs
noun
patr. m

Agamemnonius
Agamemnonius
adjective
of or pertaining to Agamemnon

agamus
agamus
adjective
unmarried

Aganippe
Aganippē
noun
A fountain in Baeotia

Aganippeus
Aganippēus
adjective
of or pertaining to the fountain of Aganippe

Aganippis
Aganippis
noun
that is sacred to the Muses

agape
agapē
noun
Christian love or charity

agaricum
agaricum
noun
larch fungus

agaso
agāsō
noun
a driver

Agathocles
Agathōcles
noun
A king of Sicily

Agathocles
Agathocles
noun
A king of Sicily

Agathocleus
Agathōclēus
adjective
of or pertaining to King Agathocles

Agathocleus
Agathoclēus
adjective
of or pertaining to King Agathocles

agathodaemon
agathodaemōn
noun
a kind of serpent in Egypt to which healing power was ascribed

Agathyrna
Agathyrna
noun
a town on the northern coast of Sicily

Agathyrsus
Agathyrsus
noun
a Scythian people

Agaue
Agauē
noun
A daughter of Cadmus and Harmonia

Agave
Agāvē
noun
A daughter of Cadmus and Harmonia

Agchises
Agchīsēs
noun
Son of Capys

age
age
interjection

agea
agēa
noun
a gangway in a ship

agedum
agedum
interjection

Agelastus
Agelastus
noun
a surname of M. Crassus

agellulus
agellulus
noun
a very small field

agellus
agellus
noun
a small piece of ground

agema
agēma
noun
a corps or division of soldiers

Agendicum
Agendicum
noun
a town in Gallia Lugdunensis

Agenor
Agēnor
noun
a son of Belus

Agenoreus
Agēnoreus
adjective
pertaining to Agenor

Agenorides
Agēnoridēs
noun
patr. m

agens
agens
adjective

agens
agens
adjective

agentes
agentes
noun
a kind of secret police

ager
ager
noun
territory

ageraton
agēraton
noun
a plant that does not readily wither

Ageratos
Agēratos
noun
a designation of one of the Aeons of Valentinus

Agesilaus
Agēsilāus
noun
One of the most valiant of the Spartan kings

agesis
agesīs
cross-reference

aggaudeo
aggaudeō
verb
to be delighted with

aggemo
aggemō
verb
to groan

aggenero
aggenerō
verb
to beget in addition to

aggeniculor
aggeniculor
verb
to bow the knee before

agger
agger
noun
Things brought to

aggeratim
aggerātim
adverb
in heaps

aggeratio
aggerātiō
noun
a heaping up

aggero
aggerō
verb
to form an

aggero
aggerō
verb
To bear

aggestim
aggestim
adverb
in heaps

aggestio
aggestiō
noun
a bearing to

aggestum
aggestum
noun
an elevation formed like a dike or mound

aggestus
aggestus
noun
a bearing or carrying to

aggestus
aggestus
noun
an elevation formed like a dike or mound

agglomero
agglomerō
verb
to wind on

agglutino
agglūtinō
verb
v.a

aggravesco
aggravescō
verb
to become heavy

aggravo
aggravō
verb
to add to the weight of

aggredio
aggrediō
verb
to go to

aggredior
aggredior
verb
to go to or approach

aggrego
aggregō
verb
To bring or add to a flock

aggressio
aggressiō
noun
A going to or toward

aggressor
aggressor
noun
one that attacks

aggressura
aggressūra
noun
an attack

aggressus
aggressus
noun
An attack

aggressus
aggressus
adjective

agguberno
aggubernō
verb
to guide

agilis
agilis
adjective
that can be easily moved

agilitas
agilitās
noun
the condition of

agiliter
agiliter
adverb
quickly

agina
agīna
noun
the opening in the upper part of a balance

aginatores
agīnātōres
cross-reference

agipes
agipēs
noun
a senator who silently passes over to him for or with whom he intends to vote

Agis
Āgis
noun
A king of Sparta

agitabilis
agitābilis
adjective
that can be easily moved

agitatio
agitātiō
noun
the state of being in motion

agitator
agitātor
noun
he that puts

agitatrix
agitātrix
noun
she that puts

agitatus
agitātus
noun
a state of motion

agito
agitō
verb
agitu

Aglaia
Āglāia
noun
one of the graces

Aglaia
Āglaia
noun
one of the graces

Aglaie
Āglaiē
noun
one of the graces

Aglaophon
Aglaophōn
noun
a celebrated Greek painter

aglaophotis
aglaophōtis
noun
A magic herb of a brilliant color

aglaspis
aglaspis
noun
soldiers with bright shields

Aglauros
Aglauros
noun
a daughter of Cecrops

agmen
agmen
noun
a train

agminalis
agminālis
adjective
pertaining to a march or train

agminatim
agminātim
adverb
by troops

agna
agna
noun
a ewe lamb

agna
agna
noun
a blade

Agnale
Agnāle
noun
a Roman festival

agnascor
agnascor
verb
To be born in addition to

agnaticius
agnātīcius
adjective
pertaining to the

agnatio
agnātiō
noun
The relationship of the

agnatius
agnātius
adjective
pertaining to the

Agnatus
Agnātus
noun

agnatus
agnātus
adjective
born to

agnellus
agnellus
noun
a little lamb

agnicellulus
agnicellulus
noun
a lambkin

agnicellus
agnicellus
noun
a lambkin

agniculus
agniculus
noun
a lambkin

agnina
agnīna
noun
the flesh of a lamb as eaten

agninus
agnīnus
adjective
pertaining to a lamb

agnitio
agnitiō
noun
A recognition

agnitionalis
agnitiōnālis
adjective
that may be recognized

agnitor
agnitor
noun
one that recognizes

agnitus
agnitus
adjective

agnomen
agnōmen
noun
a surname

agnomentum
agnōmentum
noun

agnominatio
agnōminātiō
noun
the bringing together two words different in meaning

agnos
agnos
noun
a tall plant resembling the willow

agnoscibilis
agnoscibilis
adjective
that can be known

agnosco
agnoscō
verb
to know a person or thing well

agnus
agnus
noun
a lamb

ago
agō
verb
to put in motion

Agoce
Agocē
noun
a town in Aethiopia

agoga
agōga
noun
channels or passages for drawing off water

agolum
agolum
noun
a shepherd's staff or crook

agon
agōn
noun
a contest or combat in the public games

Agonale
Agōnāle
noun
a Roman festival

Agonalia
Agōnālia
noun
a festival in honor of Janus

Agonalis
Agōnālis
adjective
pertaining to the Agonalia

Agonensis
Agōnensis
adjective
one of the gates of Rome

agonia
agōnia
noun
A victim

agonista
agōnista
noun
a combatant for a prize

agonistarcha
agōnistarcha
noun
a combatant for a prize

agonium
agōnium
noun

agonotheta
agōnotheta
noun
the superintendent of public games

agonothetes
agōnothetēs
noun
the superintendent of public games

Agonus
Agōnus
cross-reference

agoranomus
agorānomus
noun
a Grecian magistrate

Agragantinus
Agragantīnus
adjective

Agragas
Agragas
adjective

agralis
agrālis
adjective

agrammatos
agrammatos
noun
illiterate

agrarius
āgrārius
noun
those who urged the agrarian laws

agrarius
agrārius
adjective
of or pertaining to land

agrarius
agrārius
noun
those who urged the agrarian laws

agrarius
āgrārius
adjective
of or pertaining to land

agraticum
agrāticum
noun
a revenue from land

agrestis
agrestis
adjective
pertaining to land

agrestis
āgrestis
adjective
pertaining to land

agrestis
agrestis
noun
a countryman

agrestis
āgrestis
noun
a countryman

Agricola
Agricola
noun
a Roman proper name

agricola
agricola
noun
a cultivator of land

agricolaris
agricolāris
adjective
relating to farmers

agricolatio
agricolātiō
noun
agriculture

agricolor
agricolor
verb
to cultivate land

agricultio
agricultiō
noun
husbandry

agri cultio
agri cultiō
noun
husbandry

agricultor
agricultor
noun
an agriculturist

agri cultor
agri cultor
noun
an agriculturist

agricultura
agricultūra
noun
agriculture

agri cultura
agri cultūra
noun
agriculture

Agrigentinus
Agrigentīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Agrigentum

Agrigentinus
Agrigentīnus
adjective
of or from Agrigentum

Agrigentum
Agrigentum
noun
one of the largest and richest cities on the south coast of Sicily

agrimensor
agrīmensor
noun
a landsurveyor

agrimonia
agrimōnia
noun
a plant

agrimonia
agrimōnia
cross-reference

agriophyllon
agriophyllon
noun
an herb

Agrios
Agrios
noun
son of Parthaon

agripeta
agripeta
noun
one who strives for the possession of land

Agrippa
Agrippa
noun
a Roman family name

Agrippina
Agrippīna
noun
the name of several Roman women

agrius
agrius
adjective
wild

Agrius
Agrius
noun
son of Parthaon

agrostis
agrōstis
noun
couchgrass

agrosus
agrōsus
adjective
rich in land

agrypnia
agrypnia
noun
sleeplessness

Agyieus
Agyīeus
cross-reference
an epithet of Apollo

Agylla
Agylla
noun
a town in Etruria

Agyllini
Agyllīnī
adverb
inhabitants of Agylla

Agyrinensis
Agyrinensis
noun

Agyrinus
Agyrīnus
noun

Agyrium
Agȳrium
noun
a very old town in Sicily

ah
āh
interjection
ah! alas! ha! ah me!

aha
aha
interjection
aha! ah! haha!

Ahala
Ahāla
noun
a Roman family name

Aharna
Aharna
noun
a town in Etruria

ahenator
ahēnātor
cross-reference

aheneus
ahēneus
cross-reference

aheneus
ahēneus
adjective
of bronze

ahenipes
ahēnipes
adjective
that has feet of bronze

ahenus
ahēnus
adjective
of copper or bronze

ai
interjection
per diaeresin

ai
interjection

ai
interjection
ah! alas!

aiens
aiens
cross-reference

aiens
āiens
adjective
affirming

aientia
aientia
noun
an affirmation

ain
ain
cross-reference

aio
āiō
verb
To say

aithales
aīthales
noun
a plant

Aius Locutius
Āius Locūtius
expression
a deity among the Romans

Aius Loquens
Āius Loquens
expression
a deity among the Romans

aizoon
aīzōon
noun
an evergreen plant

Ajax
Ājax
noun
the name of two Greeks renowned for their bravery

ajuga
ajūga
cross-reference

ala
āla
noun
a wing

Alabandeni
Alabandēnī
adjective
the inhabitants of Alabanda

Alabandenses
Alabandenses
adjective
the inhabitants of Alabanda

Alabandeus
Alabandeus
adjective
the inhabitants of Alabanda

Alabandicus
Alabandicus
adjective
pertaining to Alabanda

Alabandinus
Alabandinus
adjective
pertaining to Alabanda

Alabandum
Alabandum
noun
a city in the interior of Caria

alabarches
alabarchēs
noun
an officer of customs in Egypt

alabarches
alabarchēs
noun

alabarchia
alabarchia
noun

alabarchia
alabarchīa
noun
a kind of customs in Egypt

alabaster
alabaster
noun
A box or casket for perfumes

alabastra
alabastra
noun
A box or casket for perfumes

alabastrites
alabastrītēs
noun
A stone

Alabastron
Alabastron
cross-reference
a city of Egypt in the Thebais

alabeta
alabēta
noun
a fish found in the Nile

Alabis
Alabis
noun
a river in Sicily

alacer
alacer
adjective
nimble

alacritas
alacritās
noun
the condition or quality of

alacriter
alacriter
adverb
briskly

Alamanni
Alamannī
adverb

Alamannia
Alamannia
noun
the country of the Alemanni

Alamannicus
Alamannicus
adjective
Alemannic

Alamannus
Alamannus
noun
a surname of the emperor Gratian

Alamannus
Alamannus
noun
the Alemanni

Alamanus
Alamanus
noun
the Alemanni

Alanus
Alānus
adjective
of or pertaining to the Alani

Alanus
Alānus
noun
the Alani

Alanus
Alānus
noun
one of the Alani

alapa
alapa
noun
a stroke or blow upon the cheek with the open hand

alapus
alapus
noun
a parasite

Alaricus
Alarīcus
noun
Alaric

alaris
ālāris
adjective
that is upon the wing

alaris
ālāris
adjective
that is upon the wing

alarius
ālārius
noun
auxiliaries

alarius
ālārius
adjective
that is upon the wing

Alastor
Alastor
noun
One of the companions of Sarpedon

Alasus
Alasus
noun
a tribe of Libya

alaternus
alaternus
noun
a shrub

alatus
ālātus
adjective
furnished with wings

alauda
alauda
noun
The lark

Alauda
Alauda
noun
the name of a legion raised by Caesar

alausa
alausa
noun
a small fish in the Moselle

alazon
alāzōn
noun
a braggart

Alazon
Alāzon
noun
a river in Albania

Alba
Alba
noun

Alba
Alba
noun
a town north-west of Lacus Fucinus

Alba
Alba
noun
The mother city of Rome

Alba
Alba
noun
a river in Hispania Tarraconensis

alba
alba
noun
a white precious stone

Alba
Alba
noun
the name of a king in Alba Longa

Alba aemilus
Alba aemilus
noun
a confidant of C. Verres

Alba Helvia
Alba Helvia
expression
in Gallia Narbonensis

Alba Helvorum
Alba Helvōrum
expression
in Gallia Narbonensis

Alba longa
Alba longa
noun
The mother city of Rome

albamentum
albāmentum
noun
the white

Albana
Albāna
noun
a road leading to Capua

Albania
Albānia
noun
a province on the coast of the Caspian Sea

Albanum
Albānum
noun
an estate at Alba

Albanus
Albānus
adjective
Pertaining to the town of Alba

Albanus
Albānus
noun
The Albans

Alba Pompeia
Alba Pompēia
expression
in Liguria

albarium
albārium
noun
white stucco

albarius
albārius
adjective
pertaining to the whitening of walls

albarius
albārius
noun
a worker in stucco

albatus
albātus
adjective
clothed in white

albedo
albēdō
noun
white color

albeo
albeō
verb
to be white

albesco
albescō
verb
to become white

albese
albēse
noun
a large shield used by the Albenses

Albianus
Albiānus
adjective
pertaining to Albius

albicantius
albicantius
cross-reference
adv. comp

albicasco
albicascō
verb
to become white

albiceratus
albicērātus
adjective
wax-white

albiceris
albicēris
adjective
wax-white

albicerus
albicērus
adjective
wax-white

albico
albicō
verb
to make white

albicolor
albicolor
noun
of a white color

albicomus
albicomus
adjective
white-haired

albidulus
albidulus
adjective
whitish

albidus
albidus
adjective
white

albineus
albineus
adjective
white

Albingauni Ligures
Albingauni Ligures
cross-reference
their capital city

Albingaunum
Albingaunum
cross-reference
their capital city

Albinianus
Albiniānus
adjective
of

Albinianus
Albiniānus
noun
adherents of Albinius

Albinius
Albinius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

Albinovanus
Albinovānus
noun
a Roman proper name

Albinus
Albīnus
noun
a Roman family name

albinus
albīnus
noun
one who covers walls with stucco or plaster

Albion
Albion
noun
a son of Neptune

Albion
Albion
noun
an ancient name for Britain

Albiona
Albiona
cross-reference

Albis
Albis
noun
a river of Germany

albitudo
albitūdō
noun
white color

Albius
Albius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Albius Tibullus
Albius Tibullus
expression

albo
albo
verb
to make white

albogalerus
albogalērus
noun
the white hat of the flamen Dialis

albogilvus
albogilvus
adjective

Albona
Albōna
noun
a town in

albor
albor
noun
Whiteness

albucus
albūcus
noun
The bulb of the asphodel

albuelis
albuēlis
noun
a kind of vine

albugo
albūgō
noun
A white spot

Albula
Albula
noun
several sulphur-springs near Tibur

Albula
Albula
noun
several sulphur-springs near Tibur

Albula
Albula
noun
An earlier name for the river Tiber

albulus
albulus
adjective
whitish

album
album
noun
whiteness

album
album
noun

albumen
albūmen
noun
the white of an egg

albumentum
albūmentum
noun
the white of an egg

Album Ingaunum
Album Ingaunum
expression
their capital city

Albuna
Albūna
noun
a fountain at Tibur gushing up between steep rocks

Albunea
Albunea
noun
a fountain at Tibur gushing up between steep rocks

alburnum
alburnum
noun
the soft

Alburnus
Alburnus
noun
a mountain in Lucania

alburnus
alburnus
noun
a white fish

albus
albus
adjective
white

Alcaeus
Alcaeus
noun
a renowned lyric poet of Mitylene

Alcaicus
Alcaicus
adjective
of or pertaining to Alcaeus

Alcamenes
Alcamenēs
noun
a Greek sculptor of the school of Phidias

Alcander
Alcander
noun
A Trojan

Alcathoe
Alcathoē
noun
the castle of Megara

Alcathous
Alcathous
noun
son of Pelops

Alce
Alcē
noun
a town in

alcea
alcea
noun
a species of mallows

alcedo
alcēdō
noun
the kingfisher

alcedonium
alcēdōnium
noun
the fourteen winter days during which the kingfisher broods and the sea is calm

alces
alcēs
noun
the elk

Alceste
Alcestē
noun
daughter of Pelias

Alcestis
Alcestis
noun
daughter of Pelias

Alceus
Alceus
noun
father of Amphitryo and grandfather of Hercules

Alcibiades
Alcibiadēs
noun
An Athenian general in the time of the Peloponnesian war

Alcibiadeus
Alcibiadēus
adjective
pertaining to him

Alcidemos
Alcidemos
noun

Alcides
Alcīdēs
noun
a male descendant of Alceus

Alcimachus
Alcimachus
noun
a famous Greek painter

Alcimede
Alcimedē
noun
a daughter of Autolycus

Alcimedon
Alcimedon
noun
the name of an artist in wood-carving

Alcinous
Alcinous
noun
a king of the Phaeacians

Alcis
Alcis
noun
a deity of the Naharvali

Alcis
Alcis
noun
an appellation of Minerva among the Macedonians

Alcisthene
Alcisthenē
noun
a Greek female painter

Alcithoe
Alcithoē
noun
one of the daughters of Minyas in Thebes

Alcmaeo
Alcmaeō
noun
a son of Amphiaraus and Eriphyle

Alcmaeo
Alcmaeō
noun
a Pythagorean philosopher of Croton

Alcmaeon
Alcmaeōn
noun
a son of Amphiaraus and Eriphyle

Alcmaeonius
Alcmaeonius
adjective
pertaining to Alcmaeon

Alcmaeus
Alcmaeus
noun
a son of Amphiaraus and Eriphyle

Alcmanium metrum
Alcmānium metrum
expression
the kind of verse named after the Greek poet Alcman

Alcmena
Alcmēna
noun
daughter of Electryon

Alcmene
Alcmēnē
noun
daughter of Electryon

Alcumena
Alcumēna
noun
daughter of Electryon

alcyon
alcyon
noun
the kingfisher

alcyon
alcyon
cross-reference

Alcyone
Alcyonē
noun
a daughter of Aeolus

alcyoneum
alcyonēum
noun
sea-foam

alcyoneus
alcyonēus
adjective
pertaining to Alcyone or alcyon

alcyonides
alcyonides
noun

alcyonium
alcyonium
noun
sea-foam

alcyonius
alcyonius
adjective
pertaining to Alcyone or alcyon

alea
ālea
noun
A game with dice

alearis
āleāris
adjective
of or pertaining to a game of chance

alearius
āleārius
adjective
of or pertaining to a game of chance

aleator
āleātor
noun
a player with dice

aleatorium
āleātōrium
noun
the place where games of chance are played

aleatorius
āleātōrius
adjective
pertaining to a gamester

Alebas
Alēbas
cross-reference

alebre
alebre
noun
nourishing food

alec
ālec
noun
the sediment of a costly fish-sauce

Alecto
Ālectō
noun
the name of one of the three furies

alectorius
alectorius
adjective
pertaining to a cock

alectorolophos
alectorolophos
noun
an herb good for a cough

alecula
ālēcula
noun
fish-sauce

Aleius
Alēius
adjective
of or pertaining to Ale in Lycia

Alemannia
Alemannia
noun
the country of the Alemanni

Alemannicus
Alemannicus
adjective
Alemannic

Alemannus
Alemannus
noun
the Alemanni

Alemannus
Alemannus
noun
a surname of the emperor Gratian

Alemon
Alēmon
noun
a Greek

Alemona
Alemōna
noun
a tutelar goddess of the faetus

Alemonides
Alēmonidēs
noun
patr

aleo
āleō
noun
a gamester

Aleria
Aleria
noun
the oldest town of the island Corsica

ales
āles
adjective
winged

Alesa
Alēsa
cross-reference

Alesa
Alēsa
noun
a town on the northern coast of Sicily

alesco
alescō
verb
to grow up

Alesia
Alesia
noun
a city of the Mandubii in Celtic Gaul

Alesinus
Alēsīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Halesa

Alesus
Alēsus
cross-reference

Alesus
Alēsus
noun
Son of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra

Alethia
Alēthīa
noun
one of the Aeons of Valentinus

Aletinus
Alētīnus
noun
an inhabitant of the town

Aletrinas
Alētrīnas
adjective
pertaining to Aletrium

Aletrinates
Alētrīnātes
noun
the inhabitants of Aletrium

Aletrinensis
Alētrīnensis
adjective

Aletrium
Alētrium
noun
a town in Latium

aletudo
aletūdō
noun
fatness

Aleuas
Aleuās
noun
A tyrant of Larissa

Aleus
Aleus
adjective
the Alean

Aleus
Āleus
cross-reference

Aleus
Āleus
adjective

alex
ālex
noun
the sediment of a costly fish-sauce

alex
ālex
cross-reference

Alexamenus
Alexamenus
noun
a leader of the Aetolians

Alexander
Alexander
noun
the name of many persons of antiquity

Alexandrea
Alexandrēa
noun
a name of several towns of antiquity

Alexandria
Alexandrīa
noun
a name of several towns of antiquity

Alexandrinus
Alexandrīnus
noun
inhabitants of Alexandria

Alexandrinus
Alexandrīnus
adjective
pertaining to Alexandria

Alexia
Alexia
noun

alexipharmacon
alexipharmacon
noun
an antidote for poison

alga
alga
noun
sea-weed

algens
algens
cross-reference
cold

algensis
algensis
adjective
that supports itself on sea-weed

algeo
algeō
verb
to be cold

algesco
algescō
verb
To catch cold

Algidensis
Algidensis
adjective
growing upon Mount Algidus

Algidum
Algidum
cross-reference

Algidum
Algidum
noun
a town upon it

Algidus
Algidus
noun
a high snow-capped mountain

algidus
algidus
adjective
cold

Algidus
Algidus
adjective
pertaining to Algidum

algificus
algificus
adjective
that makes cold

algor
algor
noun
cold

algosus
algōsus
adjective
abounding in sea-weed

algu
algū
noun
the feeling of cold

algus
algus
noun
the feeling of cold

alia
aliā
adverb
in another way

alia
aliā
cross-reference

Alia
Alia
noun
a little river eleven miles northwards from Rome

Aliacmon
Aliacmon
noun
a stream forming the boundary between Macedonia and Thessaly

Aliacmon
Aliacmon
cross-reference

alias
alias
cross-reference

alias
aliās
adverb
at a time other than the present

alibi
alibī
adverb
elsewhere

alibilis
alibilis
adjective
affording nourishment

alica
alica
noun
nourishing

alicaria
alicāria
noun
a prostitute

alicarius
alicārius
adjective
of or pertaining to spelt

alicastrum
alicastrum
noun
a kind of spelt

alicubi
alicubī
adverb
somewhere

alicula
ālicula
noun
a light upper garment

alicunde
alicunde
adverb
from somewhere

alid
alid
cross-reference

alidense
alidense
noun
of or pertaining to Alida or Alinda

Alidensis
Alidensis
adjective
of or pertaining to Alida or Alinda

alienatio
aliēnātiō
noun
the transferring of the possession of a thing to another

alienigena
aliēnigena
noun
born in a foreign land

alienigenus
aliēnigenus
adjective

alienigenus
aliēnigenus
adjective
produced from different materials

alienigenus
aliēnigenus
noun
born in a foreign land

alieniloquium
aliēniloquium
noun
the talk of crazy persons

alienitas
aliēnitās
noun
The causes or materials of disease in the human system

alieno
aliēnō
verb
to make one person or thing another

alienum
aliēnum
noun
the property of a stranger

alienus
aliēnus
adjective
that belongs to another person

alienus
aliēnus
noun
a stranger

Alifa
Alīfa
noun
a town of Samnium

aliger
āliger
adjective
bearing wings

Aligeri
Āligerī
adverb

Aliifanus
Aliīfānus
adjective
of or pertaining to

alimentarius
alimentārius
adjective
pertaining to or suitable for nourishing

alimentarius
alimentārius
noun
one to whom means of subsistence has been left by will

alimentum
alimentum
noun
nourishment

alimodi
alimodī
adverb

alimon
alimon
cross-reference

Alimona
Alimōna
noun
a tutelar goddess of the faetus

alimonia
alimōnia
noun
nourishment

alimonium
alimōnium
noun
nourishment

alio
aliō
adverb
elsewhither

alioqui
aliōquī
adverb
in other respects

alioquin
aliōquin
adverb
in other respects

aliorsum
aliorsum
adverb
directed to another place

aliorsus
aliorsus
adverb
directed to another place

alioversus
aliōversus
cross-reference

alioversus
aliōversus
adverb
directed to another place

aliovorsum
aliovorsum
adverb
directed to another place

alipes
ālipēs
adjective
with wings on the feet

Alipha
Alīpha
noun
a town of Samnium

Aliphae
Alīphaē
adverb

Aliphanus
Alīphānus
adverb

Aliphera
Alīphēra
noun
a town in Arcadia

Aliphira
Alīphīra
noun
a town in Arcadia

Aliphiraeus
Alīphīraeus
noun
its inhabitants

alipilus
ālipilus
noun
a slave who plucked the hair from the armpits of the bathers

alipta
alipta
noun
the manager in the school for wrestlers

aliptes
aliptēs
noun
the manager in the school for wrestlers

aliqua
aliquā
adjective

aliqua
aliquā
adverb
Somewhere

aliquam
aliquam
adjective

aliquam
aliquam
adverb
in some degree

aliquamdiu
aliquamdiu
adjective

aliquando
aliquandō
adverb
temp. adv

aliquantillum
aliquantillum
noun
adj. doub. dim

aliquantisper
aliquantisper
adverb
adv. temp

aliquanto
aliquantō
adverb

aliquanto
aliquantō
adverb
somewhat

aliquantorsum
aliquantorsum
adverb
somewhat toward

aliquantulo
aliquantulō
adverb
somewhat

aliquantulum
aliquantulum
adverb

aliquantulus
aliquantulus
adjective
little

aliquantum
aliquantum
adverb

aliquantum
aliquantum
adverb
somewhat

aliquantus
aliquantus
adjective
somewhat

aliquatenus
aliquātenus
adverb
for a certain distance

aliqui
aliquī
adverb
in some way

aliqui
aliquī
pronoun
some

aliquid
aliquid
adverb
somewhat

aliquipiam
aliquipiam
cross-reference

aliquis
aliquis
pronoun
some one

aliquisquam
aliquisquam
pronoun
any one whatever

aliquo
aliquō
adverb
Somewhither

aliquobi
aliquōbī
adverb
somewhere

aliquot
aliquot
adjective
some

aliquotfariam
aliquotfariam
adverb
in some or several places

aliquotiens
aliquotiens
adverb
several times

aliquoties
aliquoties
adverb
several times

aliquovorsum
aliquōvorsum
adverb
toward some place

Alis
Ālis
noun
a town in Achaia

alis
alis
cross-reference

Alis
Ālis
noun
the most westerly district of the Peloponnesus

Alisals
Alisals
noun
a tribe of Spain

alisma
alisma
noun
an aquatic plant

Aliso
Alīsō
noun
a fortress built by Drusus near the present Wesel

Alison
Alīson
noun
a fortress built by Drusus near the present Wesel

Alisontia
Alīsontia
noun
a tributary of the Moselle

aliter
aliter
cross-reference

aliter
aliter
adverb
otherwise

alitudo
alitūdō
noun
nourishment

alitura
alitūra
noun
a nourishing

alitus
alitus
adverb

alitus
alitus
noun
breath

alitus
alitus
adjective
nourishment

aliubi
aliubī
adverb
elsewhere

aliud
aliud
cross-reference

alium
alium
noun
garlic

alium
ālium
noun

aliunde
aliundē
adverb
From another place

alius
alius
adjective
another

Alius
Ālius
noun
Inhabitants of the town Alis or Elis

Alius
Ālius
adjective

aliusmodi
alīusmodī
adverb
of another kind

aliusvis
aliusvīs
cross-reference

aliuta
aliūta
adverb
in another manner

allabor
allābor
verb
to glide to or toward

allaboro
allabōrō
verb
to labor or toil at a thing

allacrimo
allacrimō
verb
to weep at a thing

allacrimo
allācrimō
verb
to weep at a thing

allacrymo
allācrymō
verb
to weep at a thing

allacrymo
allacrymō
verb
to weep at a thing

allaevo
allaevō
cross-reference

allaevo
allaevō
verb
to make smooth

allameo
allameō
verb
to lick at or on

allapsus
allapsus
noun
a gliding to

allapsus
allapsus
adjective

allatro
allatrō
verb
to bark at

allatro
allātrō
verb
to bark at

allatus
allātus
adjective

allaudabilis
allaudābilis
adjective
worthy of praise

allaudo
allaudō
verb
to extol

allec; hallec
allec; hallec
noun
the sediment of a costly fish-sauce

allectatio
allectātiō
noun
an enticing

allectio
allectiō
noun
A choice or election for something

allecto
allectō
verb
to allure

allector
allector
noun
One that chooses others into a college

allector
allector
noun
one that entices or allures

allectura
allectūra
noun
the office of an

allectus
allectus
adjective

allectus
allectus
adjective

allectus
allectus
adjective
A member chosen into any corporation

allegatio
allēgātiō
noun
a sending or despatching to

allegatus
allēgātus
noun
an instigating to a deceit or fraud

allegatus
allēgātus
noun
deputies

allego
allegō
verb
to select for

allego
allēgō
verb
To send one away with a commission or charge

allegoria
allēgoria
noun
an allegory

allegorice
allēgoricē
adverb
allegorically

allegoricus
allēgoricus
adjective
allegorical

allegorizo
allēgorīzō
verb
to allegorize

alleluia
āllelūia
interjection
praised be God! praise the Lord!

alleluja
allēlūja
interjection

allenimentum
allēnīmentum
noun
a soothing remedy

allevamentum
allevāmentum
noun
a means of alleviating

allevatio
allevātiō
noun
A raising up

allevator
allevātor
noun
one who lifts or raises up

allevio
alleviō
verb
to make light

allevo
allevō
verb
to lift up

allevo
allēvō
verb
to make smooth

allex
allex
noun
the great toe

allex
allex
cross-reference

Allia
Allia
noun
a little river eleven miles northwards from Rome

alliatum
alliātum
noun
a kind of food composed of

allicefacio
allicefaciō
verb
to allure

allicio
alliciō
verb
to draw to

allido
allīdō
verb
to strike or dash

Alliensis
Alliensis
adjective
of or pertaining to

Alliensis
Alliensis
adjective

Allifa
Allīfa
noun
a town of Samnium

Allifanum
Allīfānum
noun
large-sized drinking-cups made in Allifae

Allifanus
Allīfānus
adjective
of or pertaining to

Allifanus
Allīfānus
noun
large-sized drinking-cups made in Allifae

Allifanus
Allīfānus
noun
the inhabitants of Allifae

alligamentum
alligāmentum
noun

alligati
alligātī
adverb
slaves that are fettered

alligatio
alligātiō
noun
A binding or tying to

alligator
alligātor
noun
one who binds to

alligatura
alligātūra
noun
a band or tie

alligo
alligō
verb
to bind to

allino
allinō
verb
to besmear

Allipha
Allīpha
noun
a town of Samnium

Alliphae
Allīphaē
adverb

allisio
allīsiō
noun
a dashing against

allisus
allīsus
adjective

allium
allium
noun
garlic

allivescit
allīvescit
cross-reference

Allobrogicus
Allōbrogicus
adjective
Allobrogian

Allobrogicus
Allobrogicus
adjective
Allobrogian

Allobrogis
Allobrogis
noun
the Allobroges

Allobrogis
Allōbrogis
noun
the Allobroges

Allobrox
Allōbrox
noun
the Allobroges

Allobrox
Allobrox
noun
the Allobroges

allocutio
allocūtiō
noun
A speaking to

allocutus
allocūtus
adjective

allophylus
allophȳlus
adjective
of another stock or race

allophylus
allophylus
adjective
of another stock or race

alloquium
alloquium
noun
a speaking to

alloquor
alloquor
verb
To speak to

allubentia
allubentia
noun
a liking or inclination to

allubesco
allubescō
verb
to be pleasing to

alluceo
allūceō
verb
to shine upon

allucinatio
allūcinātiō
noun
a wandering of mind

allucinatio
allūcinātiō
cross-reference

allucinator
allūcinātor
noun
one who is wandering in mind

allucinor
allūcinor
verb
to wander in mind

allucinor
allūcinor
cross-reference

alluctor
alluctor
verb
to struggle with or against

alludio
allūdiō
verb
to play

alludo
allūdō
verb
To play or sport with

alluo
alluō
verb
to flow near to

allus
allus
noun

allusio
allūsiō
noun
a playing or sporting with

alluvies
alluviēs
noun
A pool of water occasioned by the overflowing of the sea or a river

alluvio
alluviō
noun
a washing upon

alluvius
alluvius
adjective
al luvial

almities
almities
noun
benignity

Almo
Almō
noun
a small stream

almus
almus
adjective
nourishing

alneus
alneus
adjective
of or made of alder

alnus
alnus
noun
the alder

alo
alō
verb
to feed

aloe
aloē
noun
the aloe

Aloeus
Alōeus
noun
the name of a giant

alogia
alogia
noun
Irration al conduct or action

alogus
alogus
adjective
destitute of reason

Aloida
Alōīda
noun
the sons of Aloeus

Alone
Alōnē
noun
An island between Teos and Lebedus

Alonus
Alōnus
noun
a people of Mesopotamia

Alope
Alopē
noun
Daughter of Cercyon

alopecia
alōpecia
noun
the foxsickness

alopecis
alōpecis
noun
a kind of vine which produces clusters resembling the tail of a fox

alopecuros
alōpecūros
noun
a kind of plant

alopex
alōpex
noun
a kind of shark

alosa
alōsa
cross-reference

alpha
alpha
noun
the Greek name of the first letter of the alphabet

alphabetum
alphabētum
noun
the alphabet

Alpheias
Alphēias
noun
the nymph and fountain Arethusa

Alpheos
Alphēos
noun
the chief river in the Peloponnesus

Alphesiboea
Alphesiboea
noun
daughter of the Arcadian king Phegeus

Alpheus
Alphēus
noun
the chief river in the Peloponnesus

Alpheus
Alphēus
adjective
of or pertaining to the Alpheus

alphus
alphus
noun
a white spot upon the skin

Alpicus
Alpicus
adjective
Alpine

Alpinus
Alpīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to the Alps

Alpis
Alpis
noun
High mountains

Alpis
Alpis
cross-reference

Alps
Alps
noun
High mountains

alsidena
alsidena
cross-reference
a kind of onion

Alsiensis
Alsiensis
adjective
of or pertaining to the city of Alsium

alsine
alsīnē
noun
a luxuriant plant

alsiosus
alsiōsus
adjective
easily freezing

Alsius
Alsius
adjective
belonging to the maritime city Alsium

alsius
alsius
adjective
chilly

alsus
alsus
adjective
chilly

altanus
altānus
noun
a south-southwest wind

altar
altar
noun

altar
altar
noun
That which was placed upon the altar proper

altare
altāre
noun
That which was placed upon the altar proper

altare
altāre
noun
That which was placed upon the altar proper

altare
altāre
noun

altarium
altārium
noun

altarium
altārium
noun
That which was placed upon the altar proper

alte
altē
adverb
high

altegradius
altēgradius
adjective
walking erect

altegradius
altegradius
adjective
walking erect

Altellus
Altellus
noun
a surname of Romulus

alter
alter
adjective
the other of two

alteras
alteras
adverb

altercabilis
altercābilis
adjective
quarrelsome

altercatio
altercātiō
noun
a strife or contest in words

altercator
altercātor
noun
an orator who strives to conquer his antagonist by interrogatories

altercor
altercor
verb
to have a discussion or difference with another

alterco
altercō
verb
to wrangle

alterculum
alterculum
noun
henbane

altercum
altercum
noun
henbane

alterim
alterim
adverb

alterna
alterna
adverb
alternately

alternamentum
alternāmentum
noun
alternation

alternatim
alternātim
adverb
alternately

alternatio
alternātīō
noun
an interchange

alterne
alternē
adverb
alternately

alternis
alternīs
adverb
alternately

alterno
alternō
verb
to do one thing and then another

alternus
alternus
adjective
one after the other

alterplex
alterplex
cross-reference

altertra
altertra
cross-reference

alteruter
alteruter
adjective
One of two

alteruterque
alteruterquē
adverb

alterutrimque
alterutrimquē
adverb
on both sides

Althaea
Althaea
noun
daughter of Thestius

althaea
althaea
noun
wild mallows

alticinctus
alticinctus
adjective
high-girded

alticomus
alticomus
adjective
having foliage high up or on the top

altigradius
altigradius
adjective
walking erect

altigradius
altīgradius
adjective
walking erect

altijugus
altijugus
adjective
that has a lofty summit

altilaneus
altilāneus
adjective
of deep

altiliarius
altiliārius
noun
one that fattens

altilis
altilis
adjective
Fattened

Altinas
Altīnas
noun
The inhabitants of Altinum

Altinas
Altīnas
adjective
pertaining to Altinum

Altinum
Altīnum
noun
a town in the north of Italy

Altinus
Altīnus
adjective
pertaining to Altinum

altipendulus
altipendulus
adjective
hanging high

altipeta
altipeta
noun
adj. comm

altipotens
altipotens
adjective
of high power

altisonus
altisonus
adjective
High-sounding

altispex
altispex
noun
looking down from a height

altitonans
altitonans
adjective
thundering from on high

altitonus
altitonus
adjective

altitudo
altitūdō
noun
height or depth

altiuscule
altiusculē
adverb
somewhat highly

altiusculus
altiusculus
adjective
rather high

altivolans
altivolans
adjective
flying high

altivolus
altivolus
adjective
flying high

alto
altō
verb
to make high

altor
altor
noun
a nourisher

altrinsecus
altrinsecus
adverb
At or on the other side

altrix
altrix
noun
a female nourisher

altrorsus
altrorsus
adverb
on the other side

altrovorsum
altrovorsum
adverb
on the other side

altum
altum
adverb
high

altum
altum
noun
the depth

altum
altum
noun

altum
altum
noun
a height

altus
altus
noun
a nourishing

altus
altus
adjective
grown or become great

alucinatio
ālūcinātiō
noun
a wandering of mind

alucinator
ālūcinātor
noun
one who is wandering in mind

alucinor
ālūcinor
verb
to wander in mind

alucita
alucita
noun
a gnat

alum
alum
noun
a plant

alumen
alūmen
noun
alum

Alumento
Alumentō
cross-reference

Alumeto
Alumetō
cross-reference

aluminatus
alūminātus
adjective
tinctured with alum

aluminosus
alūminōsus
adjective
aluminous

alumna
alumna
noun

alumna
alumna
noun
a foster-daughter

alumno
alumnō
verb
to nourish

alumnus
alumnus
adjective
That is nourished

Aluntinus
Aluntīnus
adjective
of Aluntium

Aluntium
Aluntium
noun
a town in the northern part of Sicily

alus
alus
noun
a plant

aluta
alūta
noun
a kind of soft leather

alutacius
alūtācius
adjective
pertaining to soft leather

alutarius
alūtārius
adjective

alveare
alveāre
noun
A beehive

alvearium
alveārium
noun
A beehive

alveatus
alveātus
adjective
hollowed out like a trough or tray

alveolatus
alveolātus
adjective
hollowed out like a little tray

alveolus
alveolus
noun
a small hollow or cavity

alveus
alveus
noun
a hollow

alvus
alvus
noun
the belly

Alyattes
Alyattes
noun
a king of Lydia

Alymon
Alȳmōn
noun
father of Iphimedia

alypon
alȳpon
noun
a plant

alysson
alysson
noun
a plant used for the bite of a mad dog

alytarcha
alytarcha
noun
a magistrate who superintended religious exhibitions

alytarches
alytarchēs
noun
a magistrate who superintended religious exhibitions

alytarchia
alytarchia
noun
the office of such magistrate

Alyzea
Alyzēa
noun
a small town in Acarnania with a temple dedicated to Hercules

Alyzia
Alyzia
noun
a small town in Acarnania with a temple dedicated to Hercules

am
am
preposition
round

am
am
preposition

am
am
prefix

am
am
preposition
around

ama
ama
noun
a waterbucket

ama
ama
noun

amabilis
amābilis
adjective
that deserves to be loved

amabilitas
amābilitās
noun
loveliness

amabiliter
amābiliter
adverb
lovingly

Amalthea
Amalthēa
noun
A nymph

Amalthea
Amalthēa
noun
the name of a library

Amaltheum
Amalthēum
noun
the name of a library

amandatio
āmandātiō
noun
a sending away

amando
āmandō
verb
to send forth or away

Amanicae pylae
Amānicae pylae
expression
Jawur Dagh

Amaniensis
Amāniensis
noun
the inhabitants of the mountain Amanus

amans
amans
adjective
Fond

amanter
amanter
adverb
lovingly

Amantia
Amantia
noun
name of two towns of Illyricum

Amantianus
Amantiānus
noun
Its inhabitants

Amantinus
Amantīnus
noun

Amantis
Amantis
noun

amanuensis
āmanuensis
noun
a clerk

Amanus
Amānus
noun
a mountain range

amaracinum
amāracinum
noun
of marjoram

amaracinus
amāracinus
adjective
of marjoram

amaracum
amāracum
noun
marjoram

amaracus
amāracus
noun
marjoram

amarantus
amarantus
noun
amaranth

amare
amarē
adverb
bitterly

amaresco
amārescō
verb
to become bitter

amarico
amāricō
verb
to make bitter

amaritas
amāritās
noun
bitterness

amariter
amāriter
adverb
bitterly

amarities
amāritiēs
noun
bitterness

amaritudo
amāritūdō
noun
bitterness

amaror
amāror
noun
bitterness

amarulentus
amārulentus
adjective
very bitter

amarum
amārum
adverb
bitterly

amarus
amārus
adjective
bitter

Amaryllis
Amaryllis
noun
name of a shepherdess

Amarynthis
Amarynthis
noun
an epithet of Diana

Amarynthus
Amarynthus
noun
a village of Eubaea

amasco
amascō
verb
to begin to love

Amasenus
Amasēnus
noun
a small river in Latium

Amasia
Amasīa
noun
a town in Pontus

amasio
amāsiō
noun
a lover

Amasis
Amāsis
noun
a king of Egypt

amasiunculus
amāsiunculus
adjective
a fond lover

amasius
amāsius
noun
a lover

Amastriacus
Amastriacus
adjective
of Amastris

Amastrianus
Amastriānus
noun
the inhabitants of Amastris

Amastris
Amastris
noun
a town in Paphlagonia

Amata
Amāta
noun
The wife of King Latinus

Amathus
Amathūs
noun
a town in the southern part of Cyprus

Amathusia
Amathūsia
noun
sacred to Venus

Amathusiacus
Amathūsiacus
adjective
of Amathus

amatio
amātiō
noun
love

amator
amātor
noun
A lover

amatorculus
amātorculus
noun
a little

amatorie
amātōriē
adverb
amorously

amatorius
amātōrius
adjective
loving

amatrix
amātrix
noun
a female lover

amaturio
amāturiō
verb
verb. desid

Amazon
Amāzon
noun
an Amazon

Amazonicus
Amāzonicus
adjective
Amazonian

Amazonis
Amāzonis
noun
an Amazon

Amazonius
Amāzonius
adjective
Amazonian

amb
amb
prefix

amb
amb
preposition
around

ambactus
ambactus
noun
a vassal

ambadedo
ambadedō
verb
to eat or gnaw around

ambages
ambāgēs
noun
a going round

ambagiosus
ambāgiōsus
adjective
full of windings or digressions

ambago
ambāgō
noun

ambarvalis
ambarvālis
adjective
that goes around the fields

ambaxio
ambaxiō
cross-reference

ambe
ambe
preposition
around

ambe
ambe
prefix

ambecisus
ambecīsus
noun
a cutting around

ambedo
ambedō
verb
to eat or gnaw around

ambestrix
ambestrix
noun
a female consumer

ambesus
ambēsus
cross-reference

ambi
ambi
prefix
around

ambidens
ambidens
cross-reference
a sheep which has both upper and lower teeth

ambienter
ambienter
adverb
with zeal

ambifariam
ambifāriam
adverb
on two sides

ambifarie
ambifāriē
adverb
ambiguously

ambifarius
ambifārius
adjective
that has two sides

ambiformiter
ambiformiter
adverb
ambiguously

ambiga
ambīga
noun
the cap of a still

ambigo
ambigō
verb
to go about or around

ambigue
ambiguē
adverb
doubtfully

ambiguitas
ambiguitās
noun
equivocalness

ambiguum
ambiguum
noun
an obscure

ambiguum
ambiguum
noun
doubt

ambiguus
ambiguus
adjective
going about

Ambilaretus
Ambilarētus
noun
a people of

ambio
ambiō
verb
v.n

Ambiorix
Ambiorix
noun
chief of the Eburones in

ambitio
ambitiō
noun
a going round

ambitiose
ambitiōsē
adverb
ambitiously

ambitiosus
ambitiōsus
adjective
Going round

ambitor
ambītor
noun
a candidate

ambitudo
ambitūdō
noun
period of revolution

ambitus
ambitus
noun
A going round

ambitus
ambītus
adjective

Ambituus
Ambituus
noun
a people in Galatia

Ambivaretus
Ambivarētus
noun
a people of

Ambivaritus
Ambivarītus
noun
a people of

ambivium
ambivium
noun
a double way

Ambivius
Ambivius
noun
A very distinguished actor in the time of Terence

Ambivius
Ambivius
noun
a keeper of a restaurant

Ambluaretus
Ambluarētus
noun
a people of

ambo
ambō
adjective
both

Ambracia
Ambracia
noun
A town in the south of Epirus

Ambraciensis
Ambraciensis
adjective
Ambracian

Ambraciotes
Ambraciōtēs
noun
Ambracian

Ambracius
Ambracius
adjective
Ambracian

ambrices
ambrices
noun

Ambrosia
Ambrosia
noun

Ambrosia
Ambrosia
noun
Ambrosia

ambrosia
ambrosia
noun
ambrosia

ambrosiacus
ambrosiacus
adjective
ambrosial

Ambrosie
Ambrosiē
noun
Ambrosia

ambrosius
ambrosius
adjective
immortal

Ambrosius
Ambrosius
noun
a celebrated Church father of the fourth century

Ambryssos
Ambryssos
noun
a small town in Phocis

Ambrysus
Ambrȳsus
noun
a small town in Phocis

ambubaia
ambūbāia
noun
a class of Syrian girls in Rome

ambubaia
ambūbāia
noun
a class of Syrian girls in Rome

ambubeia
ambubēia
noun
wild succory or endive

ambulacrum
ambulācrum
noun
a walk planted with trees

ambulatilis
ambulātilis
adjective
walking about

ambulatio
ambulātiō
noun
a walking about

ambulatiuncula
ambulātiuncula
noun
dim. f

ambulator
ambulātor
noun
one that walks about

ambulatorius
ambulātōrius
adjective
that moves about

ambulatrix
ambulātrix
noun
she that walks about

ambulatura
ambulātūra
noun
a walking

ambulatus
ambulātus
noun
walking

ambulo
ambulō
verb
to go about

amburbale
amburbāle
noun

amburbiales
amburbiāles
cross-reference
the victims which were led round the city of Rome

amburbium
amburbium
noun
the expiatory procession round the city of Rome

amburo
ambūrō
verb
to burn around

ambustio
ambustiō
noun
a burn

ambustulatus
ambustulātus
adjective
burned or scorched around

ambustum
ambustum
noun
a burn

amcisus
amcīsus
adjective
cut around or away

amecae
amēcae
adverb

ameci
amēcī
adverb

amecus
amēcus
adjective
friendly

Amelas
Amelas
cross-reference
a town in Lycia

amellus
amellus
noun
the purple Italian starwort

amen
āmēn
interjection
true

Amenanus
Amenānus
noun
a river in Sicily

Amenanus
Amenānus
adjective
of Amenanus

amens
āmens
adjective
out of one's senses

amentia
āmentia
noun
the being out of one's senses

amento
āmentō
verb
to furnish with a strap or thong

amentum
āmentum
noun
a strap or thong

Ameria
Ameria
noun
a very ancient town in Umbria

amerimnon
amerimnon
noun
houseleek

Amerinum
Amerīnum
noun
Amerian fruit

Amerinus
Amerīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to Ameria

Amerinus
Amerīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Ameria

ames
ames
noun
a pole or fork

Amestratinus
Amestratīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Amestratus

Amestratus
Amestratus
noun
a town on the north coast of Sicily

amethystinus
amethystinus
adjective
Of the color of amethyst

amethystizon
amethystīzōn
noun
resembling the amethyst in color

amethystus
amethystus
noun
The amethyst

ametor
amētor
noun
motherless

amflexus
amflexus
adjective
bent or curved round

amfractus
amfractus
noun
a breaking round

amfractus
amfractus
adjective
winding

amfractus
amfractus
cross-reference

ami
amī
noun
ammi

amia
amia
noun
the tunny

amiantus
amiantus
noun
the amianth

amias
amiās
noun
the tunny

amica
amīca
noun

amica
amīca
noun

amicabilis
amīcābilis
adjective
friendly

amicabiliter
amīcābiliter
adverb
in a friendly manner

amicalis
amīcālis
adjective
friendly

amicarius
amīcārius
noun
one that procures a mistress

amice
amīcē
adverb
in a friendly manner

amicimen
amicīmen
noun
a garment

amicinum
amicinum
noun
the neck of a winesack

amicio
amiciō
verb
to throw round

amiciter
amīciter
adverb
in a friendly manner

amicitia
amīcitia
noun
friendship

amicities
amīcitiēs
noun

amico
amīcō
verb
to make friendly to one's self

amicosus
amīcōsus
adjective
rich or abounding in friends

amictorium
amictōrium
noun
a garment which is thrown about or over

amictorius
amictōrius
adjective
suitable for throwing about

amictus
amictus
adjective

amictus
amictus
noun
a throwing about or on

amicula
amīcula
noun

amicula
amīcula
noun
a dear

amiculum
amiculum
noun
a garment that one throws about or on him

amiculus
amīculus
noun
a dear friend

amicus
amīcus
adjective
friendly

amicus
amīcus
noun
A friend

Amilcar
Amilcar
noun
A general

Amilcar
Amilcar
cross-reference

Aminaeeus
Amīnaeēus
adjective
of or pertaining to Aminaea

Aminaeeus
Amīnaeeus
adjective
of or pertaining to Aminaea

Aminaeus
Amīnaeus
adjective
of or pertaining to Aminaea

Amisenus
Amīsēnus
noun
the inhabitants of Amisus

Amisia
Amīsia
cross-reference
a river in Germany

Amisius
Amīsius
cross-reference
a river in Germany

amissibilis
āmissibilis
adjective
that may be lost

amissio
āmissiō
noun
a losing

amissus
āmissus
adjective

amissus
āmissus
noun
a loss

Amisum
Amīsum
noun
the inhabitants of Amisus

Amisus
Amīsus
noun
a town in Pontus

amita
amita
noun
a father's sister

Amiterninus
Amiternīnus
adjective
belonging to Amiternum

Amiterninus
Amiternīnus
noun
its inhabitants

Amiternum
Amiternum
noun
a very ancient town built by the Aborigines

Amiternus
Amiternus
adjective

Amithaon
Amithāōn
noun
a Greek

amitina
amitīna
noun
cousins

Amitinum
Amitīnum
noun
a town in Latium

amitinus
amitīnus
adjective
descended from a father's sister

amitinus
amitīnus
adjective
descended from a father's sister

amitto
āmittō
verb
to send away from

amium
amium
noun
ammi

ammi
ammī
noun
ammi

Ammianus marcellinus
Ammiānus marcellīnus
noun
a Latin historian of the 4th century

Ammineus
Ammīnēus
cross-reference

ammiror
ammīror
cross-reference

ammitto
ammittō
cross-reference

ammium
ammium
noun
ammi

ammium
ammium
cross-reference

ammmochrysos
ammmochrȳsos
noun
a precious stone unknown to us

ammmodytes
ammmodytēs
noun
an African serpent

Ammmon
Ammmōn
noun
an Egyptian and Libyan deity

Ammmoniacus
Ammmōniacus
adjective
belonging to Hammon

Ammmonium
Ammmōnium
noun
the oasis El-Siwah

ammochrysus
ammochrȳsus
noun
a precious stone unknown to us

ammodytes
ammodytēs
noun
a kind of serpent in Africa

Ammon
Ammōn
noun
a name of Jupiler

ammoneo
ammoneō
cross-reference

Ammoniacum
Ammōniacum
noun

Ammoniacus
Ammōniacus
adjective
belonging to Ammon

ammonitrix
ammonītrix
cross-reference

ammonitrix
ammonitrix
cross-reference

ammonitrum
ammonitrum
noun
natron mingled with sand

ammonitrum
ammonītrum
noun
natron mingled with sand

amnacum
amnacum
noun
an herbaceous plant

amnensis
amnensis
noun
towns situated near a river

amnesis
amnēsis
noun
towns situated near a river

amnestia
amnestia
noun
an amnesty

amnicola
amnicola
noun
that dwells upon or grows by a river

amniculus
amniculus
noun
a small river

amnicus
amnicus
adjective
of or pertaining to a river

amnigena
amnigena
noun
Born in a river

amnis
amnis
noun
any broad and deep-flowing

Amnon
Amnon
cross-reference
a river in Arabia Felix

amo
amō
verb
to like

amodo
āmodō
adverb
from this time forward

amoebaeus
amoebaeus
adjective
alternate

Amoebeus
Amoebeus
noun
a distinguished Athenian harp-player

amoene
amoenē
adverb
delightfully

amoenitas
amoenitās
noun
pleas antness

amoeniter
amoeniter
adverb
delightfully

amoeno
amoenō
verb
to make pleasant

amoenum
amoenum
noun
pleasant places

amoenus
amoenus
adjective
lovely

amolior
āmōlior
verb
to remove

amolitio
āmōlītiō
noun
a removing

amolitus
āmōlītus
adverb

amomis
amōmis
noun
a plant similar to the genuine amomum

amomon
amōmon
noun
an aromatic shrub

amomum
amōmum
noun
an aromatic shrub

amor
amor
noun
love

amorabundus
amōrābundus
adjective
loving

Amorgos
Amorgos
noun
one of the Sporades in the Aegean Sea

Amorgus
Amorgus
noun
one of the Sporades in the Aegean Sea

amorifer
amōrifer
adjective
producing

amorificus
amōrificus
adjective
causing love

amos
amos
noun
love

amos
amos
cross-reference

amosio
amosiō
cross-reference

amothystinatus
amothystinātus
adjective
that wears a dress of the color of amethyst

amotio
āmōtiō
noun
a removing

amotus
āmōtus
adjective

amoveo
āmoveō
verb
to remove from

ampelinus
ampelinus
adjective
of the vine

ampelitis
ampelītis
noun
a kind of bituminous earth

ampelodesmos
ampelodesmos
noun
a plant used for tying up vines

ampeloleuce
ampeloleucē
noun
the white vine

ampeloprason
ampeloprason
noun
a plant

Ampelos
Ampelos
noun
a beautiful youth

Ampelos
Ampelos
noun
A city of Macedonia

ampelos
ampelos
noun
a vine

ampendices
ampendices
noun
appendages

ampendix
ampendix
noun
That which hangs to

amphemerinos
amphēmerinos
adjective
daily

Amphiaraides
Amphiarāīdēs
noun
a male descendant of Amphiaraus

Amphiaraus
Amphiarāus
noun
a distinguished Grecian seer

Amphiareus
Amphiarēus
adjective
Amphiarian

amphibolia
amphibolia
noun

amphibologia
amphibologia
noun

amphibolus
amphibolus
adjective
ambiguous

amphibrachys
amphibrachys
noun
the foot

amphibrevis
amphibrevis
noun

Amphictyonis
Amphictyonis
noun
the political and religious assembly of the confederated Greek States at Thermopylae

Amphidamas
Amphidamas
adjective
one of the Argonauts

Amphilochia
Amphilochia
noun
a small province in Acarnania

Amphilochicus
Amphilochicus
adjective
Amphilochian

Amphilochius
Amphilochius
adjective
Amphilochian

Amphilochus
Amphilochus
noun
the inhabitants of Amphilochia

Amphilochus
Amphilochus
noun
Son of Amphiara_us

amphimacrus
amphimācrus
noun
an amphimacer

amphimacrus
amphimacrus
noun
an amphimacer

amphimallum
amphimallum
noun
woollen cloth

Amphimedon
Amphimedōn
noun
a Libyan who

Amphinomus
Amphinomus
noun
a youth of Catana who

Amphion
Amphīōn
noun
son of Antiope by Jupiter

Amphionius
Amphīonius
adjective
Amphionian

Amphipolis
Amphipolis
noun
a distinguished city in Macedonia

Amphipolitanus
Amphipolītānus
adjective
belonging to Amphipolis

Amphipolites
Amphipolītēs
noun
an Amphipolitan

amphiprostylos
amphiprostȳlos
noun
a temple which had pillars in front and rear

amphisbaena
amphisbaena
noun
a kind of serpent in Libya which can move either backwards or forwards

Amphissa
Amphissa
noun
The ancient chieftown in Locri Ozolae

Amphissius
Amphissius
adjective
A promontory of Locri Epizephyrii

Amphissos
Amphissos
noun
son of Apollo and Dryope

Amphissus
Amphissus
noun
son of Apollo and Dryope

amphitane
amphitanē
noun
a kind of precious stone

amphitapa
amphitapa
noun
a coverlet

amphithalamos
amphithalamos
noun
an antechamber

amphitheatralis
amphitheātrālis
adjective
of or pertaining to the amphitheatre

amphitheatricus
amphitheātricus
adjective
made near the amphitheatre

amphitheatrum
amphitheātrum
noun
an amphitheatre

Amphitrite
Amphītrītē
noun
Amphitrite

Amphitryo
Amphītryō
noun
Son of Alceus and Hipponome

Amphitryo
Amphitryō
noun
Son of Alceus and Hipponome

Amphitryoniades
Amphītryōniadēs
noun
a male descendant of Amphitryo

Amphitryoniades
Amphitryōniadēs
noun
a male descendant of Amphitryo

Amphitryuo
Amphitryuō
noun
Son of Alceus and Hipponome

Amphitryuo
Amphītryuō
noun
Son of Alceus and Hipponome

amphora
amphora
noun
a vessel

amphoralis
amphorālis
adjective
containing the measure of an amphora

amphorarius
amphorārius
adjective
contained in the amphora

Amphrisius
Amphrīsius
adjective

Amphrysiacus
Amphrȳsiacus
adjective

Amphrysius
Amphrȳsius
adjective
belonging to Amphrysus

Amphrysos
Amphrȳsos
noun
a small river in the Thessalian province of Phthiotis

Amphrysus
Amphrȳsus
noun
a small river in the Thessalian province of Phthiotis

ample
amplē
adverb
fully

amplector
amplector
verb
to wind or twine round

amplexor
amplexor
verb
v. dep. freq

amplexus
amplexus
noun
an embracing

amplexus
amplexus
adjective

ampliatio
ampliātiō
noun
An extending

amplificatio
amplificātiō
noun
a widening

amplificator
amplificātor
noun
he who enlarges

amplificatrix
amplificātrix
noun
she that enlarges or amplifies

amplifice
amplificē
adverb
splendidly

amplifico
amplificō
verb
to make wide

amplificus
amplificus
adjective
splendid

amplio
ampliō
verb
to make wider

amplissime
amplissimē
adverb
very largely

ampliter
ampliter
adverb
fully

amplitudo
amplitūdō
noun
wide extent

amplius
amplius
adverb
more

ampliuscule
ampliusculē
adverb
rather more

ampliusculus
ampliusculus
adjective
somewhat larger

amplo
amplō
verb
to extend

amploctor
amploctor
verb
to wind or twine round

amploctor
amploctor
cross-reference

amplus
amplus
adjective
full all round

Ampsanctus
Ampsanctus
noun
a lake in Italy

ampulla
ampulla
noun
A vessel for holding liquids

ampullaceus
ampullāceus
adjective
in the form of a flask

ampullarius
ampullārius
noun
a flask-maker

ampullor
ampullor
verb
to make use of a bombastic style of discourse

amputatio
amputātiō
noun
a pruning

amputo
amputō
verb
to cut around

Ampycides
Ampycidēs
noun
patr

Ampycus
Ampycus
noun
A priest of Ceres

Ampyx
Ampyx
noun
One of the Lapithae

amsegetes
amsegetes
noun

amtermini
amterminī
adverb

amtruo
amtruō
verb
to dance around

amuletum
amulētum
noun
a sympathetic preservative against sickness

Amulius
Amūlius
noun
son of Procas

amulum
amulum
noun
starch

amulum
amulum
cross-reference

amurca
amurca
noun
the watery part that flows out in pressing olives

amurcarius
amurcārius
adjective
pertaining to the lees of oil

amurga
amurga
noun
the watery part that flows out in pressing olives

amusia
amūsia
noun
ignorance of music

amusos
amūsos
noun
one unskilled in music

amussim
amussim
adverb
according to a rule or level

amussis
amussis
noun
a rule or level

amussito
amussitō
verb
to make according to rule

amussium
amussium
noun
a horizontal wheel for denoting the direction of the wind

Amycla
Amȳcla
noun
A town in Laconia

Amyclaeus
Amȳclaeus
adjective
of Amyclae

Amyclanus
Amyclānus
adjective
belonging to Amyclae in Latium

Amyclides
Amȳclīdēs
noun
patr

amycticus
amycticus
adjective
scratching

Amycus
Amycus
noun
Son of Neptune

amygdala
amygdala
noun
An almond

amygdalaceus
amygdalāceus
adjective
similar to the almond-tree

amygdaleus
amygdaleus
adjective
of an almond-tree

amygdalinus
amygdalinus
adjective
Of or from almonds

amygdalites
amygdalītēs
noun
like the almond-tree

amygdalum
amygdalum
noun
An almond

amygdalus
amygdalus
noun
an almond-tree

amylo
amylō
verb
to mix with starch

amylum
amylum
noun
starch

Amymone
Amȳmōnē
noun
Daughter of Danaus

Amymonius
Amȳmōnius
adjective
pertaining to Amymone

Amyntas
Amyntās
noun
The father of the Macedonian king Philip

Amyntiades
Amyntiadēs
noun
patr

Amyntor
Amyntor
noun
king of the Dolopians

Amyntorides
Amyntoridēs
noun
son of Amyntor

amystis
amystis
noun
the emptying of a cup at one draught

Amythaon
Amȳthāōn
noun
a Greek

Amythaonius
Amythāonius
adjective
of Amythaon

an
an
preposition
round

an
an
conjunction
or whether

an
an
prefix

an
an
preposition
around

anabaptismus
anabaptismus
noun
a second baptism

anabasis
anabasis
noun
a plant

anabathrum
anabathrum
noun
an elevated place for beholding public games

anabolium
anabolium
noun
a surgical instrument

anacampseros
anacampserōs
noun
an herb

Anacharsis
Anacharsis
noun
a distinguished Scythian philosopher in the time of Solon

anachites
anachītes
noun

anachoresis
anachōrēsis
noun
retirement

anachoreta
anachōrēta
noun
a hermit

Anacis
Anacis
noun
an epithet of the Dioscuri

anaclinterium
anaclintērium
noun
a cushion for leaning upon

Anacreon
Anācreōn
noun
a distinguished lyric poet of Teos

Anacreon
Anacreōn
noun
a distinguished lyric poet of Teos

Anacreonteus
Anācreōntēus
adjective

Anacreonteus
Anacreōntēus
adjective

Anacreonticus
Anacreōnticus
adjective

Anacreonticus
Anācreōnticus
adjective

Anacreontius
Anācreōntius
adjective

Anacreontius
Anacreōntius
adjective

anactorium
anactorium
noun
a plant

anadema
anadēma
noun
a band

anadiplosis
anadiplōsis
noun
the reduplication or repetition of the same word

Anadyomene
Anadyomenē
noun
an epithet of Venus emerging from the sea

anagallis
anagallis
noun
a plant

anaglyphus
anaglyphus
adjective
wrought or carved in bas-relief

anaglypticus
anaglypticus
adjective
carved or engraved in bas-relief

anaglyptum
anaglyptum
noun
work in bas-relief

anaglyptus
anaglyptus
adjective
wrought or carved in bas-relief

Anagnia
Anagnia
noun
a town in Latium

Anagninum
Anagnīnum
noun
an estate near Anagnia

Anagninus
Anagnīnus
noun
its inhabitants

Anagninus
Anagnīnus
adjective
belonging to Anagnia

anagnostes
anagnostēs
noun
a reader

anagyros
anagȳros
noun
a strengscented

Anaitis
Anaītis
noun
an Armenian goddess

analecta
analecta
noun
he that collected the crumbs

analectris
analectris
noun
a cushion for the shoulders

analemma
analemma
noun
a sundial which showed the latitude and meridian of a place

analeptris
analeptris
noun
a suspensory bandage

analogia
analogia
noun
the resemblance or agreement of several things

analogicus
analogicus
adjective
pertaining to analogy

analogus
analogus
adjective
analogous

anancaeum
anancaeum
noun
a large drinking-cup

anancites
anancītēs
noun
a name of the diamond as a remedy for sadness and trouble of mind

anancitis
anancītis
noun
a precious stone used in hydromancy

anapaesticus
anapaesticus
adjective
consisting of anapaests

anapaestum
anapaestum
noun
a poem in

anapaestus
anapaestus
adjective
the metrical foot

Anapauomene
Anapauomenē
noun
a painting of the Theban Aristides

Anapauomenos
Anapauomenos
noun
a painting of Protogenes

Anaphe
Anaphē
noun
an island that rose of itself

anaphora
anaphora
noun
A rising or mounting up

anaphoricus
anaphoricus
adjective
adjusted according to the rising of the stars

Anapis
Anāpis
noun
Brother of Amphinomus

anapleroticus
anaplērōticus
adjective
suitable for filling up

Anapus
Anāpus
cross-reference

Anapus
Anāpus
noun
Brother of Amphinomus

anarrhinon
anarrhīnon
noun
a plant

anarrhinon
anarrhīnon
cross-reference

Anarts
Anarts
noun
a people in Transylvania

Anartus
Anartus
noun
a people in Transylvania

anas
anas
noun
the duck

Anas
Anās
noun
a river in Spain

anas
anās
noun
disease of old women

Anassum
Anassum
noun
a small river in the Venetian territory

anatarius
anatārius
adjective
relating to a duck

anathema
anathema
noun
an offering

anathema
anathēma
noun
an offering

anathematizo
anathematīzō
verb
to anathematize

anathemo
anathemō
verb

anathemo
anathemō
cross-reference

anathymiasis
anathȳmiāsis
noun
a rising vapor

anaticula
anaticula
noun
A little duck

anatina
anatīna
noun
duck-flesh

anatinus
anatīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to the duck

anatocismus
anatocismus
noun
interest upon interest

anatomia
anatomia
noun
an anatomist

anatomica
anatomica
noun
an anatomist

anatomice
anatomicē
noun
an anatomist

anatomicus
anatomicus
noun
an anatomist

anatonus
anatonus
adjective
extending upwards

anatresis
anātrēsis
noun
a boring through

anatresis
anatrēsis
noun
a boring through

anaudia
anaudia
noun
loss of speech

Anaurus
Anaurus
noun
a river in Thessaly

Anaxagoras
Anaxagorās
noun
a distinguished Greek philosopher of Clazomenae

Anaxarchus
Anaxarchus
noun
a philosopher of Abdera

Anaxarete
Anaxaretē
noun
a rich and beautiful maiden of Cyprus

Anaximander
Anaximander
noun
a distinguished Ionian philosopher of Miletus

ancaesum
ancaesum
noun

Ancaeus
Ancaeus
noun
an Arcadian

ancala
ancala
noun
the bend of the knee

ancale
ancalē
noun
the bend of the knee

Ancalitis
Ancalitis
noun
a people in Britain

anceps
anceps
adjective
that has two heads

Ancharianus
Anchāriānus
adjective
pertaining thereto

Ancharius
Anchārius
noun
a Roman family name

Anchises
Anchīsēs
noun
Son of Capys

Anchiseus
Anchīsēus
adjective
of or belonging to Anchises

Anchisiades
Anchīsiadēs
noun
patr

anchora
anchora
noun
an anchor

anchora
anchora
cross-reference

anchoralis
anchorālis
cross-reference

anchusa
anchūsa
noun
a plant used as a cosmetic

ancile
ancīle
noun

ancilla
ancilla
noun
a maidservant

ancillariolus
ancillāriolus
noun
a lover of maid-servants

ancillaris
ancillāris
adjective
relating to maid - servants

ancillatus
ancillātus
noun
the service of a female slave

ancillor
ancillor
verb
to serve as handmaid

ancillula
ancillula
noun
doub. dim

ancipes
ancipes
adjective
that has two heads

ancipes
ancipes
noun

ancisus
ancīsus
noun

ancisus
ancīsus
adjective
cut around or away

anclabris
anclabris
noun
a sacrificial table

anclo
anclō
verb
to serve with

Ancon
Ancōn
noun
an ancient seaport town in the north of Picenum

Ancon
Ancōn
noun
a headland and bay

ancon
ancōn
noun
The arm of a workman's square

Ancon
Ancōn
cross-reference

Ancona
Ancōna
noun
an ancient seaport town in the north of Picenum

Ancona
Ancōna
noun
an ancient seaport town in the north of Picenum

ancora
ancora
noun
an anchor

ancorago
ancorāgō
noun
a fish in the Rhine

ancorale
ancorāle
noun
a cable

ancoralis
ancorālis
adjective
of or pertaining to an anchor

ancorarius
ancorārius
adjective
pertaining to an anchor

ancula
ancula
noun
a maidservant

ancule
ancule
noun

anculo
anculō
verb

anculo
anculō
verb
to serve with

anculus
anculus
noun
a man-servant

Ancus
Ancus
noun
servant of Mars

ancus
ancus
cross-reference

Ancyra
Ancȳra
noun
A town in Galatia

Ancyranus
Ancȳrānus
adjective
of or belonging to Ancyra

andabata
andābata
noun
a kind of Roman gladiator

Andania
Andania
noun
a very ancient town of Messenia

Andecavi
Andecāvī
adverb

Andecavus
Andecāvus
noun
a Gallic tribe in the region of the present Anjou

Andes
Andēs
noun
a village near Mantua

Andes
Andes
noun
Angors

Andicavi
Andicāvi
adverb

Andicavus
Andicāvus
noun
a Gallic tribe in the region of the present Anjou

Andinus
Andīnus
cross-reference

Andinus
Andīnus
adjective
Pietola

andrachne
andrachnē
noun
a plant

Andraemon
Andraemōn
noun
father of Thoas

Andraemon
Andraemōn
noun
The father of Amphissus and husband of Dryope

andremas
andremas
cross-reference

Andremon
Andrēmon
noun
father of Thoas

Andria
Andria
noun
a woman of Andros

Andricus
Andrīcus
noun
a servant of Cicero

Andriscus
Andriscus
noun
a slave who claimed to be the son of the Macedonian king Perseus and occasioned the third Macedonian war

Andrius
Andrius
adjective
born at Andros

Androcles
Androcles
noun
the well-known slave who cured the foot of a lion and was afterwards recognized by the lion and saved from death

Androcles
Andrōcles
noun
the well-known slave who cured the foot of a lion and was afterwards recognized by the lion and saved from death

Androclus
Androclus
noun
the well-known slave who cured the foot of a lion and was afterwards recognized by the lion and saved from death

Androclus
Andrōclus
noun
the well-known slave who cured the foot of a lion and was afterwards recognized by the lion and saved from death

androdamas
androdamās
adjective
A species of bloodstone

Androgeon
Androgeōn
noun
pertaining to Androgeon

Androgeoneus
Androgeōnēus
noun
pertaining to Androgeon

Androgeos
Androgeōs
noun
son of the Cretan king Minos

Androgeus
Androgeus
noun
son of the Cretan king Minos

androgyne
androgynē
noun
a man-woman

androgyne
androgynē
noun
a masculine

androgynus
androgynus
noun
a man-woman

Androma
Androma
noun
a daughter of king Eetion

Andromache
Andromachē
noun
a daughter of king Eetion

Andromeda
Andromeda
noun
a daughter of the Ethiopian king Cepheus and Cassiope

Andromede
Andromedē
noun
a daughter of the Ethiopian king Cepheus and Cassiope

andron
andrōn
noun
the part of the house in which the men resided

Andronicus
Andronīcus
noun
the cognomen of several Romans

andronitis
andrōnītis
noun

Andros
Andros
noun
one of the largest of the Cyclades

androsaces
androsaces
noun
a plant

androsaemon
androsaemon
noun
a kind of St. John's-wort

andruare
andruārē
adverb
to run back

andruo
andruō
verb
to dance around

Andrus
Andrus
noun
one of the largest of the Cyclades

Ands
Ands
noun
a Gallic tribe in the region of the present Anjou

aneclogistus
aneclogistus
adjective
a guardian who was not obliged to give account of his proceedings

anellus
ānellus
noun
a little ring

anemone
anemōnē
noun
anemone

Anemuriensis
Anemūriensis
adjective
of or pertaining

Anemurium
Anemūrium
noun
a promontory and town of Cilicia

anesum
anēsum
noun
anise

anethum
anēthum
noun
dill

aneticus
aneticus
adjective
remitting

anfractum
anfractum
noun
a winding

anfractuosus
anfractuōsus
adjective
roundabout

anfractus
anfractus
noun
a breaking round

anfractus
anfractus
adjective
winding

angaria
angaria
noun
the service of the

angarialis
angariālis
adjective
of or pertaining to service

angario
angariō
verb
to demand something as

Angaris
Angaris
noun
a mountain in Palestine

angarius
angarius
noun
a messenger

Angea
Angea
noun
a town in Thessaly

angelicus
angelicus
adjective
a dactylic measure

angelificatus
angelificātus
adjective
changed into an angel

angellus
angellus
noun
a little angle or corner

angelus
angelus
noun
A messenger

Angerona
Angerōna
noun
the goddess of Suffering and Silence

Angeronale
Angerōnāle
noun
her festival

Angeronia
Angerōnia
noun
the goddess of Suffering and Silence

angina
angina
noun
The quinsy

angiportum
angiportum
noun
a narrow street

angiportus
angiportus
noun
a narrow street

Angitia
Angitia
noun
sister of Medea and Circe

Anglia
Anglia
noun

Anglus
Anglus
noun
the Angli

ango
angō
verb
to bind

angor
angor
noun
A compression of the neck

Angrivarius
Angrivarius
noun
a German tribe in the neighborhood of the Teutoburg Forest

anguen
anguen
cross-reference

anguen
anguen
noun
a serpent

angueus
angueus
adjective
of or pertaining to a serpent

anguicomus
anguicomus
adjective
with snaky hair

anguiculus
anguiculus
noun
a small serpent

anguifer
anguifer
adjective
serpent-bearing

Anguifer
Anguifer
noun
the serpent-bearer

anguigena
anguigena
noun
engendered of a snake or dragon

anguilla
anguilla
noun
an eel

anguimanus
anguimanus
adjective
with serpent-hand

anguineus
anguineus
adjective
Of or pertaining to the serpent

anguinum
anguīnum
noun
a snake's egg

anguinus
anguīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to the serpent

anguipes
anguipēs
adjective
serpent - footed

anguis
anguis
noun
a serpent

anguitenens
anguitenens
adjective
serpent-holding

angularis
angulāris
adjective
having corners or angles

angularis
angulāris
noun
an angular vessel

angulatim
angulātim
adverb
from corner to corner

angulatus
angulātus
adjective
made angular

angulo
angulō
verb
to make angular or cornered

angulosus
angulōsus
adjective
full of corners

angulus
angulus
noun
an angle

anguste
angustē
adverb
within narrow limits

angustia
angustia
noun
narrowness

angusticlavius
angusticlāvius
adjective
wearing a narrow

angustio
angustiō
verb
to make narrow

angustitas
angustitās
noun
narrowness

angusto
angustō
verb
to make narrow

angustum
angustum
noun
narrowness

angustum
angustum
noun
a difficult

angustus
angustus
adjective
narrow

anhelatio
anhēlātiō
noun
a difficulty of breathing

anhelator
anhēlātor
noun
one who has a difficulty in breathing

anhelitus
anhēlitus
noun
A difficulty of breathing

anhelo
anhēlō
verb
to move about for breath

anhelus
anhēlus
adjective
out of breath

anhydros
anhȳdros
noun
the narcissus

Anhydros
Anhydros
noun
an island in the Aegean Sea

aniatrologetus
aniātrologētus
adjective
ignorant of medicine

Anicianus
Aniciānus
adjective
pertaining to Anicius

anicilla
anicilla
noun
doub. dim

anicla
anicla
noun
a little old woman

anicula
anicula
noun
a little old woman

anicularis
aniculāris
adjective
worthy of an old woman

Anidus
Anidus
noun
a mountain in Liguria

Anien
Aniēn
cross-reference

Anien
Anien
noun
the classic tributary stream of the Tiber

Anienicola
Aniēnicola
noun
a dweller near the Anio

Aniensis
Aniensis
adjective
of or pertaining to the Anio

Anienus
Aniēnus
adjective
of or pertaining to the Anio

Anienus
Aniēnus
noun

Anienus
Aniēnus
noun
the classic tributary stream of the Tiber

Anigros
Anigros
noun
a little river in Elis

Anigros
Anīgros
noun
a little river in Elis

anilis
anīlis
adjective
of or pertaining to an old woman

anilitas
anīlitās
noun
the old age of a woman

aniliter
anīliter
adverb
like an old woman

anilitor
anīlitor
verb
to become an old woman

anima
anima
noun
air

animabilis
animābilis
adjective

animadversio
animadversiō
noun
the perception or observation

animadversor
animadversor
noun
an observer

animadverto
animadvertō
verb
to direct the mind or attention

animadvorto
animadvortō
verb
to direct the mind or attention

animaequus
animaequus
adjective
not easily moved

animal
animal
noun
a living being

animalis
animālis
adjective
Consisting of air

animaliter
animāliter
adverb
like an animal

animans
animans
adjective
to be animate

animatio
animātiō
noun
a quickening

animator
animātor
noun
he that quickens or animates

animatrix
animātrix
noun
she that quickens or animates

animatus
animātus
adjective

animatus
animātus
noun
a breathing

animatus
animātus
adjective
Animated

animicida
animicīda
noun
soul-destroyer

animitus
animitus
adverb
heartily

animo
animō
verb
To fill with breath or air

animose
animōsē
adverb
in a spirited manner

animositas
animōsitās
noun
Boldness

animosus
animōsus
adjective
Full of air

animosus
animōsus
adjective
Full of courage

Animula
Animula
noun

animula
animula
noun
a little soul

animulus
animulus
noun

animus
animus
noun
the rational soul in man

Anio
Aniō
noun
the classic tributary stream of the Tiber

An island near Crete
An island near Crete
expression
An island of India

anisocyclum
anīsocyclum
noun
screws or elastic springs

anisocyclum
anīsocȳclum
noun
screws or elastic springs

anisum
anīsum
noun
anise

Anius
Anius
noun
a king and priest at Delos

Anna
Anna
noun
the sister of Dido

annale
annāle
noun
a festival observed at the beginning of the year

annalis
annālis
noun
an historical work

annalis
annālis
adjective
Continuing a year

annalis
annālis
noun

Anna perenna
Anna perenna
noun
an old Italian goddess

annarius
annārius
adjective
relating to the appointed year

annascor
annascor
cross-reference

annato
annatō
verb
To swim to or toward

annavigo
annāvigō
verb
to sail to or toward

anne
anne
cross-reference

annecto
annectō
verb
to tie or bind to

annellus
annellus
noun
a little ring

annellus
annellus
noun

annexio
annexiō
noun
a tying or binding to

annexus
annexus
adjective

annexus
annexus
noun
a tying or binding to

Annianus
Anniānus
adjective
Of or pertaining to Annius

Annibal
Annibal
noun

Annibal
Annibal
noun
a Punic surname. The most celebrated of the name is Hannibal

Annicerius
Annicerīus
noun
a philosophical sect of Cyrene

annicto
annicto
verb
to wink with the eyes

anniculus
anniculus
adjective
a year old

annifer
annifer
adjective
Bearing fruit the whole year

annihilo
annihilō
verb
to bring to nothing

annisus
annīsus
noun
a striving

annisus
annīsus
adjective

annitor
annītor
verb
to press upon or against

Annius
Annius
noun
name of a Roman gens

anniversarie
anniversāriē
adverb
annually

anniversarius
anniversārius
adjective
that returns

annixus
annixus
adjective

annixus
annixus
noun

anno
annō
verb
to pass or live through a year

Anno
Annō
noun
a Punic name. The most celebrated of the name is Hanno

anno
annō
verb
To swim to

annodo
annōdō
verb
to cut off knots

annominatio
annōminātiō
cross-reference

annon
annon
cross-reference

annona
annōna
noun
the yearly produce

annonarius
annōnārius
adjective
of or pertaining to provisions

annonor
annōnor
verb
to collect provisions

annositas
annōsitās
noun
fulness of years

annosus
annōsus
adjective
of many years

annotamentum
annotāmentum
noun
a remark

annotatio
annotātiō
noun
a noting down in writing

annotatiuncula
annotātiuncula
noun
a brief annotation

annotator
annotātor
noun
An observer

annotatus
annotātus
noun
a remark

annotinus
annōtinus
adjective
a year old

annoto
annotō
verb
to put a note to

annualis
annuālis
adjective
a year old

annubilo
annūbilō
verb
to involve in clouds

annularis, annularius, annulatus
annulāris, annulārius, annulātus
expression

annullo
annullō
verb
to annihilate

annulus
annulus
cross-reference

annulus
annulus
noun
a ring

annumeratio
annumerātiō
noun
a numbering

annumero
annumerō
verb
v.a

annunciatio
annunciātiō
noun
an announcing

annunciator
annunciātor
noun
an announcer

annuncio
annunciō
verb
to announce

annuncius
annuncius
noun
that announces or makes known

annuntiatio
annuntiātiō
noun
an announcing

annuntiator
annuntiātor
noun
an announcer

annuntio
annuntiō
verb
to announce

annuntius
annuntius
noun
that announces or makes known

annuo
annuō
verb
to nod to

annus
annus
noun
a circuit

annuto
annūtō
verb
to nod often to

annutrio
annūtriō
verb
to nourish or train up at or near to

annuum
annuum
noun
an annuity

annuum
annuum
noun
an annuity

annuus
annuus
adjective
That lasts a year or continues through a year

anodynon
anōdynon
adjective
stilling pain

anodynos
anōdynos
adjective
stilling pain

anodynus
anōdynus
adjective
stilling pain

anomalia
anōmalia
noun
irregularity

anomalos
anōmalos
adjective
deviating from the general rule

anomalus
anōmalus
adjective
deviating from the general rule

anonis
anōnis
cross-reference

anonis
anōnis
noun
a plant

anonomastos
anonomastos
adjective

anonymos
anōnymos
noun
the designation of a plant

anquina
anquīna
noun
the rope by which the sail-yard is bound to the mast

anquiro
anquīrō
verb
to seek on all sides

anquisite
anquīsītē
adverb
carefully

anquisitio
anquīsītiō
noun
a judicial indictment

ans
ans
noun
rows

ansa
ansa
noun
that by which something is taken hold of

Ansanctus
Ansanctus
adverb

ansatus
ansātus
adjective
furnished with or having a handle

Anser
Anser
noun
a petulant and obscene poet

anser
anser
noun
a goose

anserculus
anserculus
noun
a little goose

anserinus
anserīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to geese

Ansibarius
Ansibarius
noun
a Cheruscan tribe on the western shore of the Weser

ansula
ansula
noun
a little handle

anta
anta
noun
pillars or pilasters on each side of

antachates
antachātēs
noun
a precious stone

Antaeopolites
Antaeopolītēs
noun
a district of Upper Aegypt

Antaeus
Antaeus
noun
a huge giant in Libya

antagonista
antagōnista
noun
an adversary

antamoebaeus
antamoebaeus
adjective
composed of two short

Antandrius
Antandrius
adjective
of Antandros

Antandros
Antandros
noun
a maritime town in Mysia

Antandrus
Antandrus
noun
a maritime town in Mysia

antapocha
antapocha
noun
the writing by which a debtor showed that he had paid a debt

antapodosis
antapodosis
noun

Antarados
Antarados
noun
a harbor and town in the northern part of Phaenicia and over against the island of Aradus

Antaradus
Antaradus
noun
a harbor and town in the northern part of Phaenicia and over against the island of Aradus

antarcticus
antarcticus
adjective
southern

antarium bellum
antārium bellum
expression

antarius
antārius
adjective
that serves for raising up

ante
ante
preposition
Prep

antea
anteā
adverb
of some past or present time

anteactus
anteactus
adjective

ante actus
ante actus
adjective

anteago
anteagō
adjective

ante ago
ante agō
adjective

anteambulo
anteambulō
noun
a forerunner

anteaquam
anteāquam
cross-reference

antea quam
antea quam
cross-reference

antebasis
antebasis
noun
the hindmost small pillar at the pedestal of the ballista

antebasis
antebasis
cross-reference

Antecanis
Antecanis
noun
a constellation

antecantamentum
antecantāmentum
noun
a prelude

antecantativus
antecantātīvus
adjective
of or pertaining to a prelude

antecapio
antecapiō
verb
to obtain before

antecedens
antecēdens
adjective
the antecedent

antecedentium
antecēdentium
noun

antecedo
antecēdō
verb
to go

antecello
antecellō
verb
to project

antecenium
antecēnium
noun
a meal taken before the principal meal

anteceptus
anteceptus
participle

antecessio
antecessiō
noun
A going before

antecessor
antecessor
noun
he that goes before

antecessus
antecessus
adjective

antecessus
antecessus
noun

anteclass
anteclass
adjective

anteclassuperbe
anteclassuperbē
adverb

antecurro
antecurrō
verb
to run before

antecursor
antecursor
noun
he that runs before

antedico
antedīcō
cross-reference

ante dico
ante dīcō
cross-reference

antedictus
antedictus
cross-reference

anteeo
anteeō
verb
to go before

antefactus
antefactus
adjective

ante factus
ante factus
adjective

antefero
anteferō
verb
To bear or carry before

antefixum
antefixum
noun
the little ornaments

antefixus
antefixus
adjective
fixed or fastened before

antegenitalis
antegenitālis
adjective
before birth

antegestus
antegestus
adjective

ante gestus
ante gestus
adjective

antegredior
antegredior
verb
to go before

antehabeo
antehabeō
verb
to prefer

antehac
antehāc
adverb
before this

anteideā
anteideā
adverb
of some past or present time

antelatus
antelātus
adjective

Antelius
Antēlius
noun
images of gods that stood before the house door

antelogium
antelogium
noun
a prologue or preamble

anteloquium
anteloquium
noun
The right of speaking before another

antelucanum
antelūcānum
noun
the dawn

antelucanus
antelūcānus
adjective
before light

antelucio
antelūciō
adverb
before daybreak

anteluculo
antelūculō
adverb
before daybreak

anteludium
antelūdium
noun
a prelude

antemeridialis
antemerīdiālis
adjective
before mid-day or noon

antemeridianus
antemerīdiānus
adjective
before mid-day or noon

antemitto
antemittō
verb
to send before

antemna
antemna
noun
a sail-yard

Antemna
Antemna
noun
a very ancient town of the Sabines

Antemnas
Antemnās
noun
belonging to Antemnae

Antemnats
Antemnāts
noun
belonging to Antemnae

antemoenio
antemoeniō
verb
to furnish with a front or protecting wall

antemurale
antemūrāle
noun
a protecting wall

antemuranus
antemūrānus
adjective
that is before the wall

antenna
antenna
noun
a sail-yard

Antenor
Antēnor
noun
A noble Trojan

Antenoreus
Antēnoreus
adjective
pertaining to Antenor

Antenorides
Antēnoridēs
noun
a male descendant of Antenor

antenuptialis
antenuptiālis
adjective
before marriage

anteoccupatio
anteoccupātiō
noun

ante occupatio
ante occupātio
noun

anteoccupo
anteoccupo
noun

antepaenultimus
antepaenultimus
adjective

antepagmentum
antepagmentum
noun
every thing that is used for garnishing the exterior of a house

anteparo
anteparō
cross-reference

ante paro
ante parō
cross-reference

antepartus
antepartus
cross-reference

antepassio
antepassiō
noun
a presentiment of pain

antepen
antepēn
adjective

antependulus
antependulus
adjective
hanging before

antepereo
antepereō
cross-reference

ante pereo
ante pereō
cross-reference

antepes
antepēs
noun
The forefoot

antepilanus
antepīlānus
noun
The soldiers who fought before the

antepolleo
antepolleō
verb
to be more powerful

antepono
antepōnō
verb
to set or place before

antepotens
antepotens
adjective
superior in power or fortune

antequam
antequam
adverb

ante quam
ante quam
adverb

anteridion
antēridion
noun
dim. n

anteridis
antēridis
noun

anterior
anterior
noun
that is before

anterius
anterius
adverb
before

Anteros
Anterōs
noun
An avenger of slighted love

antescholanus
antescholānus
noun
a kind of teacher

antescolarius
antescolārius
noun

antesignanus
antesignānus
noun
that is before the standard

antestatus
antestātus
adjective

antestor
antestor
verb
v. dep

antesto
antestō
verb
to stand before

anteurbanum
anteurbānum
noun

antevenio
antēveniō
verb
to come before

anteventulus
anteventulus
adjective
coming before

anteversio
anteversiō
noun
an anticipating

anteverto
antevertō
verb
to place one's self before

antevio
anteviō
verb
to go before

antevolo
antevolō
verb
to fly before

Antevorta
Antevorta
noun
the name of a goddess who reminds men of things past

anthalium
anthalium
noun
a kind of bulbous esculent root

Anthedon
Anthēdon
noun
A town and harbor in Baeotia

anthedon
anthēdon
noun
a species of the medlar-tree

Anthedonius
Anthēdonius
adjective
Anthedonic

Anthelius
Anthēlius
noun
images of gods that stood before the house door

anthemis
anthemis
noun
the herb chamomile

anthemum
anthemum
noun
an herb good for calculi

Anthemus
Anthemūs
noun
A region in Macedonia

Anthemus
Anthemus
noun
a town in Macedonia

Anthemusa
Anthemūsa
noun
an old name of the island of Samos

Anthemusia
Anthemūsia
noun
a town in Macedonia

Anthemusias
Anthemūsias
noun
A town in Mesopotamia

Anthemusius
Anthemūsius
adjective
pertaining to Anthemus

anthera
anthēra
noun
a medicine composed of flowers

anthericos
anthericos
noun
the stalk of the asphodel

anthias
anthiās
noun
a sea-fish unknown to us

anthinus
anthinus
adjective
gathered from flowers

anthologicum
anthologicum
noun
anthology

anthracias
anthracias
cross-reference

anthracias
anthraciās
noun
a kind of carbuncle

anthracinus
anthracinus
adjective
coal-black

anthracites
anthracītēs
noun
a kind of blood-stone

anthracitis
anthracītis
noun
a kind of carbuncle

Anthrax
Anthrax
noun
name of a slave

anthrax
anthrax
noun
Natural cinnabar

anthriscum
anthriscum
noun
the southern chervil

anthriscus
anthriscus
noun
the southern chervil

anthropographos
anthrōpōgraphos
noun
portrait-painter

anthropographos
anthrōpographos
noun
portrait-painter

anthropolatra
anthrōpolātra
noun
a man-worshipper

anthropolatra
anthrōpolatra
noun
a man-worshipper

anthropomorphita
anthrōpomorphīta
noun
heretics that attributed to God a human form

anthropomorphiticus
anthrōpomorphīticus
adjective
professing the error of such heretics

anthropophagus
anthrōpophagus
noun
a man-eater

anthus
anthus
noun
a small bird

anthyllion
anthyllion
noun
a plant

anthyllis
anthyllis
noun
a plant

anthypophora
anthypophora
noun
a rhetorical figure in which one anticipates the arguments of his antagonist

anti
anti
preposition
Prep

antia
antia
noun
the hair growing upon the forehead

Antianus
Antiānus
adjective
Antian