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Babylo
Babylō
noun
a Babylonian

baca
bāca
noun
a small round fruit

bacatus
bācātus
adjective
set with pearls

baccaris
baccaris
noun
a plant whose root yielded a fragrant oil

Baccha
Baccha
noun
a Bacchante

bacchabundus
bacchābundus
adjective
raving

Bacchanal
Bacchānal
noun
a place dedicated to Bacchus

bacchans
bacchāns
noun
priestesses of Bacchus

baccharis
baccharis
noun
a plant whose root yielded a fragrant oil

bacchatio
bacchātiō
noun
[plural] orgies

bacchor
bacchor
verb
to celebrate the festival of Bacchus

Bacchus
Bacchus
noun
the son of Jupiter and Semele

bacifer
bācifer
adjective
bearing olives

bacillum
bacillum
noun
a wand

Bactrius
Bactrius
adjective
of Bactria (in Asia)

baculum
baculum
noun
a stick

Baia
Bāia
noun
a watering-place in Campania

baiulo
baiulō
verb
to carry (of a heavy burden)

baiulus
bāiulus
noun
a porter

balaena
bālaena
noun
a whale

balans
bālāns
noun
[only plur; poet. for oves] a bleater

balanus
balanus
noun
a fragrant nut

balatro
balatrō
noun
a babbler

balatus
bālātus
noun
a bleating

balbus
balbus
adjective
stammering

balbutio
balbūtiō
verb
to stammer

balbuttio
balbūttiō
verb
to stammer

balinea
balinea
noun
a bath

balinearius
balineārius
adjective
of baths

balineator
balineātor
noun
a bath-keeper

balineolum
balineolum
noun
a small bath

balineum
balineum
noun
a bath

balista
bālista
noun
an engine for hurling

ballaena
ballaena
noun
a whale

ballista
ballista
noun
an engine for hurling

balnea
balnea
noun
a bath

balnearius
balneārius
adjective
of baths

balneator
balneātor
noun
a bath-keeper

balneolum
balneolum
noun
a small bath

balneum
balneum
noun
a bath

balo
bālō
verb
to bleat

balsamum
balsamum
noun
the balsam-tree

balteum
balteum
noun
a girdle

balteus
balteus
noun
a girdle

barathrum
barathrum
noun
an abyss

baratrum
baratrum
noun
an abyss

barba
barba
noun
the beard

barbare
barbarē
adverb
rudely

barbaria
barbaria
noun
a strange land

barbaricus
barbaricus
adjective
foreign

barbaries
barbariēs
cross-reference

barbarismus
barbarismus
noun
an impropriety of speech

barbarus
barbarus
adjective
of strange speech

barbatulus
barbātulus
adjective
with a small beard

barbatus
barbātus
adjective
having a beard

barbitos
barbitos
noun
a lyre

barbula
barbula
noun
a little beard

barditus
bardītus
noun
the warsong of the Germans

bardus
bardus
adjective
stupid

baris
bāris
noun
a small row-boat

baritus
barītus
noun
the warsong of the Germans

baritus
barītus
cross-reference

baro
bārō
noun
a simpleton

barritus
barrītus
noun
the warsong of the Germans

barrus
barrus
noun
an elephant

bascauda
bascauda
noun
a woven mat

basiatio
bāsiātiō
noun
a kissing

basilica
basilica
noun
a portico

basio
bāsiō
verb
to kiss

basis
basis
noun
a foundation

basium
bāsium
noun
a kiss

batillum
batillum
noun
dim

battuo
battuō
verb
to beat (vulgar)

batuo
batuō
verb
to beat (vulgar)

beate
beātē
adverb
happily

beatum
beātum
noun
happiness

beatus
beātus
adjective
happy

bellans
bellāns
noun
see bello

bellator
bellātor
noun
a warrior

bellatrix
bellātrīx
noun
a female warrior

belle
bellē
adverb
prettily

bellicosus
bellicōsus
adjective
warlike

bellicum
bellicum
noun
the war - trumpet

bellicus
bellicus
adjective
of war

belliger
belliger
adjective
warlike

belligero
belligerō
verb
to carry on war

bellipotens
bellipotēns
adjective
mighty in battle

bellor
bellor
verb
to war

bello
bellō
verb
to wage war

Bellona
Bellōna
noun
the goddess of war

bellua
bellua
noun
a beast

bellum
bellum
noun
war

bellus
bellus
adjective
[people] pretty

belua
bēlua
noun
a beast

beluosus
bēluōsus
adjective
abounding in monsters

bene
bene
adverb
well

bene dico
bene dīcō
cross-reference

bene dictum
bene dictum
cross-reference

bene facio
bene faciō
cross-reference

benefactum
benefactum
noun
a good deed

bene factum
bene factum
cross-reference

beneficentia
beneficentia
noun
kindness

beneficiarii
beneficiāriī
noun
soldiers exempt from common labor

beneficium
beneficium
noun
a favor

beneficus
beneficus
adjective
generous

benevole
benevolē
adverb
kindly

benevolens
benevolēns
adjective
friendly

benevolentia
benevolentia
noun
good-will

benevolus
benevolus
adjective
well-wishing

benigne
benīgnē
adverb
in a friendly manner

benignitas
benīgnitās
noun
kindness

benignus
benīgnus
adjective
kind

benivole
benivolē
adverb
kindly

benivolens
benivolēns
adjective
friendly

benivolentia
benivolentia
noun
good-will

benivolus
benivolus
adjective
well-wishing

beo
beō
verb
to make happy

berullos
bērullos
noun
the beryl

berulos
bērulos
noun
the beryl

beryllos
bēryllos
noun
the beryl

berylos
bērylos
noun
the beryl

bes
bēs
noun
two thirds

bestia
bēstia
noun
a beast

bestiarius
bēstiārius
noun
one who fights with wild beasts (in the shows)

bestiola
bēstiola
noun
a small animal

beta
bēta
noun
a beet (a vegetable)

beta
bēta
noun
indecl

bi
bi
cross-reference
twice

bibliotheca
bibliothēca
noun
a library

bibo
bibō
verb
to drink

bibulus
bibulus
adjective
given to drink

biceps
biceps
adjective
with two heads

bicolor
bicolor
adjective
of two colors

Bicorniger
Bicorniger
noun
the twohorned

bicornis
bicornis
adjective
with two horns

bicorpor
bicorpor
adjective
of two bodies

bidens
bidēns
adjective
with two teeth

bidental
bidental
noun
a place struck by lightning (consecrated by a sacrifice)

biduum
bīduum
noun
a period of two days

biennium
biennium
noun
a period of two years

bifariam
bifārīam
adverb
on two sides

bifer
bifer
adjective
bearing twice

bifidus
bifidus
adjective
cleft

biforis
biforis
adjective
with two doors

biformatus
bifōrmātus
adjective
of two forms

biformis
bifōrmis
adjective
of double form

bifrons
bifrōns
adjective
with two foreheads

bifurcus
bifurcus
adjective
having two prongs

biga
bīga
cross-reference
(very rare)

biga
bīga
noun
a span of horses

bigatus
bīgātus
adjective
bearing the figure of a two-horse car

biiugis
biiugis
adjective
yoked two together

biiugus
biiugus
adjective
yoked two together

bilibra
bilībra
noun
two pounds

bilibris
bilībris
adjective
of two pounds

bilinguis
bilinguis
adjective
two - tongued

bilis
bīlis
noun
bile

bilix
bilīx
adjective
with a double thread

bilustris
bilūstris
adjective
that lasts ten years

bimaris
bimaris
adjective
between two seas

bimaritus
bimarītus
noun
the husband of two wives

bimater
bimāter
adjective
having two mothers (only acc sing.)

bimembris
bimembris
adjective
with double members

bimestris
bimēstris
adjective
of two months

bimulus
bīmulus
adjective
only two years old

bimus
bīmus
adjective
of two winters

bini
bīnī
adjective
two by two

binoctium
binoctium
noun
a space of two nights

binominis
binōminis
adjective
bearing two names

Bioneus
Biōnēus
adjective
of Bion (a Greek philosopher)

bipalmis
bipalmis
adjective
two spans long

bipartito
bipartītō
adverb
in two parts

bipartitus
bipartītus
adjective
divided

bipatens
bipatēns
adjective
with double opening

bipedalis
bipedālis
adjective
of two feet

bipennifer
bipennifer
adjective
bearing a two-edged axe

bipennis
bipennis
adjective
with two edges

bipertito
bipertītō
adverb
in two parts

bipes
bipēs
adjective
two-footed

biremis
birēmis
adjective
with two oars

bis
bis
adverb
twice

bisulcus
bisulcus
adjective
having two furrows

bitumen
bitūmen
noun
mineral pitch

bitumineus
bitūmineus
adjective
of bitumen

bivius
bivius
adjective
of two ways

blaesus
blaesus
adjective
lisping

blande
blandē
adverb
flatteringly

blandiens
blandiēns
noun
a flatterer

blandiloquentia
blandiloquentia
noun
fawning speech

blandimentum
blandīmentum
noun
flattering words

blandior
blandior
verb
to fawn

blanditia
blanditia
noun
a caressing

blanditus
blandītus
adjective
agreeable

blandus
blandus
adjective
of smooth tongue

blatero
blaterō
verb
to talk foolishly

blatta
blatta
noun
a moth

boarius
boārius
adjective
of neat cattle

bobus
bōbus
cross-reference
dat. and abl. plur. of bo_s

Bocar
Bocar
noun
a king of Mauretania

Bocchar
Bocchar
noun
a king of Mauretania

bocula
bōcula
noun
a heifer

Boeotius
Boeōtius
adjective
boeotian

Boeotus
Boeōtus
adjective
boeotian

boletus
bōlētus
noun
a mushroom

bolus
bolus
noun
a throw (of dice

bombus
bombus
noun
a hollow sound

bombycinus
bombȳcinus
adjective
silken

bombyx
bombȳx
noun
(silk - worm)

bona
bona
noun
Bona Dea - the goddess of chastity and fertility

bonitas
bonitās
noun
goodness

bonum
bonum
noun
see bonus

bonus
bonus
adjective
good

boo
boō
verb
to cry out

boo
boō
verb
to cry out

boreas
boreās
noun
the north wind

boreus
borēus
adjective
northern

borius
borīus
adjective
northern

bos
bōs
noun
an ox

Bosporus
Bosporus
noun
heifer's ford

bovarius
bovārius
adjective
of neat cattle

bovarius
bovārius
cross-reference

bovillus
bovillus
adjective
of horned cattle

bovis
bovis
cross-reference
gen. of bos

braca
brāca
noun
trowsers

bracatus
brācātus
adjective
wearing breeches

braccatus
braccātus
adjective
wearing breeches

bracchiolum
bracchiolum
noun
dim

bracchium
bracchium
noun
the forearm

brachium
brāchium
noun
the forearm

bractea
bractea
noun
metallic foil

bracteola
bracteola
noun
gold-leaf

brassica
brassica
noun
cabbage

brattea
brattea
cross-reference

brattea
brattea
noun
metallic foil

brevi
brevī
adverb
in a little while

breviloquens
breviloquēns
adjective
brief

brevis
brevis
adjective
[in space] short

brevitas
brevitās
noun
of space

breviter
breviter
adverb
shortly

Briseis
Brīsēis
noun
a daughter of Brises

Britannicus
Britannicus
adjective
britannic

Britannus
Britannus
adjective
of Britain

Bromius
Bromius
noun
a surname of Bacchus

bruma
brūma
noun
the shortest day in the year

brumalis
brūmālis
adjective
of the winter solstice

brutus
brūtus
adjective
heavy

bubile
būbīle
noun
a stall for oxen

bubo
būbō
noun
an owl

bubulcus
bubulcus
noun
an oxdriver

bubulus
būbulus
adjective
of neat cattle

bubus
būbus
cross-reference
dat. and abl plur. of bo_s

bucca
bucca
noun
the cheek (internal)

buccina
buccina
noun
a trumpet

buccinator
buccinātor
noun
a trumpeter

buccula
buccula
noun
the beaver

bucerus
būcerus
adjective
ox-horned

bucina
būcina
noun
a trumpet

bucinator
būcinātor
noun
a trumpeter

bucolicus
būcolicus
adjective
pastoral

bucula
būcula
noun
a heifer

bufo
būfō
noun
a toad

bulbus
bulbus
noun
an onion (in a play on the name Bulbus)

buleuterion
būleutērion
noun
a senatehouse

bulla
bulla
noun
a water-bubble

bullatus
bullātus
adjective
wearing a bulla

bumastus
būmastus
noun
a grape producing large clusters

buris
būris
noun
a plough-beam

bustuarius
būstuārius
adjective
of a place for burning the dead

bustum
būstum
noun
a place of burning and burying

buxifer
buxifer
adjective
bearing boxtrees

buxum
buxum
noun
the wood of the box-tree

buxus
buxus
noun
the box-tree

 
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