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B
B
noun
the alphabetic letter b

b
b
noun
the alphabetic letter b

Baal
Bāal
noun
a Syrian deity

Baal
Baal
noun
a Syrian deity

babae
babae
interjection
odds bodkins! wonderful! strange!

Babba
Babba
noun
a town in Mauritania

Babel
Babel
noun
the capital city of Assyria

Babia
Babia
noun
a town of Lower Italy

Babilus
Babilus
noun
an astronomer of the time of Nero

Babullius
Babullius
noun
a rich friend of Caesar

babulus
babulus
noun
a babbler

baburrus
baburrus
adjective
foolish

Babylo
Babylō
noun
the name of a slave

Babylon
Babylōn
noun
Babylon

Babylonia
Babylōnia
noun
The Syrian province

Babyloniacus
Babylōniacus
adjective
Babylonian

Babylonicum
Babylōnicum
noun
Babylonian coverings or tapestry

Babylonicum
Babylōnicum
noun
Babylonian coverings or tapestry

Babylonicus
Babylōnicus
adjective
Babylonian

Babyloniensis
Babylōniensis
adjective
Babylonian

Babylonius
Babylōnius
noun
the Babylonians

Babylonius
Babylōnius
adjective
Babylonian

baca
bāca
noun
a small round fruit

Baca
Baca
noun
a Bacchanet

bacalia
bācālia
noun
a kind of laurel abounding in berries

bacalis
bācālis
adjective
bearing berries

bacalusia
bacalusia
noun
a kind of sweetmeat

Bacanal
Bacānal
noun
a place devoted to Bacchus

bacar
bacar
cross-reference
a wine-vessel similar to the

bacatus
bācātus
adjective
set or adorned with pearls

bacca
bacca
cross-reference

Bacca
Bacca
noun
a Bacchanet

bacca
bacca
noun
a small round fruit

baccalis
baccālis
cross-reference

baccanal
baccānal
noun
a place devoted to Bacchus

baccar
baccar
noun
a plant having a fragrant root

baccaris
baccaris
noun
a plant having a fragrant root

Baccha
Baccha
noun
a Bacchanet

Baccha
Baccha
noun
a kind of Spanish wine

bacchabundus
bacchābundus
adjective
revelling in the manner of the Bacchantes

Bacchaeus
Bacchaeus
cross-reference

Bacchanal
Bacchānal
noun
a place devoted to Bacchus

Bacchanalis
Bacchānālis
adjective
relating to Bacchus

Bacchanals
Bacchānāls
noun
a feast of Bacchus

bacchantis
bacchantis
noun
the Bacchantes

bacchar
bacchar
noun
a plant having a fragrant root

bacchar
bacchar
cross-reference

Baccharia
Baccharia
noun
the name of a lost play of Plautus

baccharis
baccharis
cross-reference

bacchatim
bacchātim
adverb
in the manner of the Bacchae or Bacchantes

bacchatio
bacchātiō
noun
A celebrating of the orgies of Bacchus

Bacche
Bacche
noun
a Bacchanet

Baccheis
Bacchēis
noun
adj. f

Baccheius
Bacchēius
adjective

Baccheius
Bacchēius
adjective

Baccheus
Bacchēus
adjective
relating to the Bacchae or Bacchantes

Baccheus
Bacchēus
adjective
Bacchic

Baccheus
Bacchēus
adjective
Of Bacchus

bacchia
bacchia
noun
a kind of drinking vessel

Bacchiada
Bacchiada
noun
the Bacchiadae

Bacchicus
Bacchicus
cross-reference

Bacchicus
Bacchicus
adjective
of Bacchus

Bacchilidium
Bacchilidium
cross-reference

Bacchis
Bacchis
noun
The name of a woman in the

Bacchis
Bacchis
cross-reference
a sacred bull

Bacchisonus
Bacchisonus
adjective
sounding of Bacchus

Bacchius
Bacchīus
adjective

Bacchius
Bacchīus
adjective

Bacchius
Bacchius
adjective

Bacchius
Bacchius
adjective
of Bacchus

Bacchius
Bacchīus
noun
a Greek proper name

bacchor
bacchor
verb
to celebrate the festival of Bacchus

Bacchus
Bacchus
noun
son of Jupiter and a Theban woman

Bacchus
Bacchus
noun
a sea-fish

Bacchylides
Bacchylidēs
noun
a Greek lyric poet of Ceos

Bacchylidius
Bacchylidius
adjective
of Bacchylides

bacciballum
bacciballum
noun

baccifer
baccifer
cross-reference

baccina
baccīna
noun
a plant

Bacenis
Bacēnis
cross-reference
a great forest in Germany

baceolus
baceolus
cross-reference

bacifer
bācifer
adjective
Bearing berries

bacillum
bacillum
noun
a small staff

bacillus
bacillus
noun
a small staff

Bacis
Bacis
cross-reference
a sacred bull

Bacis
Bacis
noun
a soothsayer of Baeotia

baco
bācō
verb
set or adorned with pearls

bacrio
bacriō
noun
a kind of vessel with a long handle

Bactria
Bactria
noun
the country of the Bactrians

Bactriana
Bactriāna
noun

Bactrianus
Bactriānus
noun
Bactrian

Bactrianus
Bactriānus
adjective
Relating to the city of Bactra

Bactrinus
Bactrīnus
noun

Bactrius
Bactrius
adjective

bactroperita
bactroperita
noun
furnished with or carrying staff and pouch

Bactros
Bactros
noun
a river near Bactra

Bactrum
Bactrum
noun
the chief city of Bactria

Bactrum
Bactrum
cross-reference

Bactrum
Bactrum
noun
the chief city of Bactria

Bactrus
Bactrus
noun
a river near Bactra

Bactrus
Bactrus
noun
the inhabitants of Bactriana

bacula
bācula
noun
a small berry

baculum
baculum
noun
a stick

baculus
baculus
noun
a stick

Badia
Badia
noun
a town of

badisso
badissō
verb
v.n

baditis
bādītis
noun
the name of a plant

badius
badius
adjective
brown

Baduhennae lucus
Baduhennae lūcus
expression
a forest in the north of Germany

Baebius
Baebius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

Baecula
Baecula
noun
A small town in Spain

Baeculonensis
Baeculōnensis
noun
the inhabitants of

Baetica
Baetica
noun
the province of Baetica

Baeticatus
Baeticātus
adjective
clothed in Baetican wool

Baeticola
Baeticola
noun
dwelling on the river Baetis

Baeticus
Baeticus
noun
the inhabitants of Baetica

Baeticus
Baeticus
adjective
on or belonging to the Baetis

Baetigena
Baetigena
noun
born on the Baetis

Baetis
Baetis
noun
a river in Southern Spain

baeto
baetō
verb
to go

Baetulo
Baetulō
noun
a river of

baetulus
baetulus
noun
a precious stone

Baeturia
Baetūria
noun
Baeturia

Bagada
Bagada
noun
a town of Ethiopia

Bagauda
Bagauda
noun
a class of peasants in Gaul

Bagaudica
Bagaudica
cross-reference
rebellion of the peasants

Bagenni
Bagennī
noun
an Alpine people of Liguria

Bagoas
Bagōās
noun
a eunuch at the Persian court

Bagous
Bagōus
noun
a eunuch at the Persian court

Bagrada
Bagrada
noun
a river

baia
baia
noun
a palm-branch

Baia
Bāia
noun
a small town in Campania

Baianum
Baiānum
noun
the region of Baiae

Baianus
Baiānus
adjective
belonging to Baiae

bajulatio
bājulātiō
noun
a carrying of burdens

bajulator
bājulātor
noun
a carrier

bajulatorius
bājulātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a carrier

bajulo
bājulō
verb
to carry a burden

bajulus
bājulus
noun
he who bears burdens

balaena
bālaena
noun
a whale

balaenacius
bālaenācius
adjective
of whalebone

balanatus
balanātus
adjective
anointed or perfumed with balsam

balaninus
balaninus
adjective
made or prepared from the fruit of the balsam

balanites
balanītēs
noun
an unknown precious stone

balanitis
balanitis
noun
skaped like an acorn

balanus
balanus
noun
an acorn

balatro
balātrō
noun
a babbler

Balatro
Balātrō
noun
nom. prop

balatro
balatrō
noun
a babbler

Balatro
Balatrō
noun
nom. prop

balatus
bālātus
noun
the bleating of sheep

balaustium
balaustium
noun
the flower of the wild pomegranate

balbe
balbē
adverb
stammeringly

Balbillus
Balbillus
noun
a scholar

Balbus
Balbus
noun
a Roman cognomen

balbus
balbus
adjective
stammering

balbutio
balbūtiō
verb
to stammer

balbutiuttio
balbūtiuttiō
verb
to stammer

Balcia
Balcia
noun
a large island

Balears
Baleārs
noun
the Balearic Islands

balena
bālēna
noun
a whale

balenacius
bālēnācius
adjective
of whalebone

Baliares
Baliāres
noun
the Balearic Islands

Baliaricus
Baliāricus
noun
the inhabitants of the Balearic Islands

Baliaricus
Baliāricus
adjective
Balearic

Baliaris
Baliāris
adjective
Balearic

Baliars
Baliārs
noun
the inhabitants of the Balearic Islands

balinea
balinea
noun
A bath

balineae
balineaē
adverb

balinearius
balineārius
adjective

balinearius
balineārius
adjective
of or pertaining to a bath

balineum
balineum
noun

balineum
balineum
noun
A bath

balineum
balineum
noun
A bath

Baliniensis
Baliniensis
noun
a name given to the Trebulani

baliolus
baliolus
adjective
dark

balista
balista
noun
a la_rge military engine

Balista
Balista
noun
a mountain in Liguria

balista, balistarius
balista, balistārius
expression

balistarium
balistārium
noun
the place where the ballista is worked

balistarius
balistārius
noun
he that shoots with an

balistarius
balistārius
noun
A maker of ballistae

balistia
balistia
cross-reference

balistium
balistium
noun
music or songs accompanying dancing

ballator
ballātor
noun
a dancer

ballematicus
ballēmaticus
adjective
accompanying the dance

Ballio
Balliō
noun
the name of a worthless pimp in the Pseudolus of Plautus

Ballionius
Balliōnius
adjective
of Ballio

Ballista
Ballista
noun

Ballista
Ballista
noun
a mountain in Liguria

ballista
ballista
noun
a la_rge military engine

ballistarium
ballistārium
noun
the place where the ballista is worked

ballistarius
ballistārius
noun
A maker of ballistae

ballistium
ballistium
noun
music or songs accompanying dancing

ballistra
ballistra
noun
a la_rge military engine

ballistrarius
ballistrārius
noun
A maker of ballistae

ballo
ballō
verb
to dance

Ballonotus
Ballonotus
noun
a Scythian tribe

ballote
ballōtē
noun
a plant

balluca
ballūca
noun
gold-sand

ballux
ballux
noun
gold-sand

balnea
balnea
noun
A bath

balneare
balneāre
noun
bathing utensils

balnearis
balneāris
adjective
of or pertaining to a bath

balnearium
balneārium
noun
a place for bathing

balnearius
balneārius
adjective
of or pertaining to a bath

balneaticum
balneāticum
noun
a piece of money to be paid for a bath

balneator
balneātor
noun
one who has the care of a bath

balneatorius
balneatōrius
adjective
of or pertaining to a bath

balneatrix
balneātrix
noun
she who has the care of a bath

balneola
balneola
noun
a small bath

balneolum
balneolum
noun
a small bath

balneum
balneum
noun
A bath

balo
bālō
verb
to bleat

Balsa
Balsa
noun
a town in Lusitania

balsameus
balsameus
adjective
balsamic

balsaminus
balsaminus
adjective
of balsam

balsamodes
balsamōdes
noun
abounding in balsam

balsamum
balsamum
noun
A fragrant gum of the balsam-tree

baltearius
balteārius
noun
a maker or master of sword-belts

balteatus
balteātus
adjective
furnished with a girdle or belt

balteo
balteō
verb
furnished with a girdle or belt

balteolus
balteolus
noun
a small girdle

balteum
balteum
noun
a girdle

balteus
balteus
noun
a girdle

Baltia
Baltia
cross-reference

Baltia
Baltia
noun
a large island

baluca
balūca
noun
gold-sand

balux
balux
noun
gold-sand

Bambalio
Bambaliō
noun

Bambyce
Bambycē
noun
a town in Caelosyria

Bambycius
Bambycius
adjective
of or from Bambyce

banchus
banchus
noun
a species of fish

bancus
bancus
noun
a species of fish

Bandusia
Bandusia
noun
a pleasant fountain near Venusia

Bangenus
Bangēnus
noun
a race of Troglodytes in Ethiopia

bannanica
bannanica
cross-reference
a variety of the vine

Bantia
Bantia
noun
a town of Apulia

Bantinus
Bantīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to Bantia

Bantinus
Bantīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Bantia

bapheum
baphēum
noun
a dye-house

bapheus
bapheus
noun
a dyer

baphium
baphīum
noun
a dye-house

Baphyrus
Baphyrus
noun
a river in Thessaly

Bapta
Bapta
noun

baptes
baptēs
noun
an unknown precious stone

baptisma
baptisma
noun
A dipping in

baptismum
baptismum
noun

baptismus
baptismus
noun

baptista
baptista
noun
a baptizer

baptisterium
baptistērium
noun
A place for bathing or swimming

baptizatio
baptīzātiō
noun
a baptizing

baptizator
baptīzātor
noun
a baptizer

baptizo
baptīzō
verb
to baptize

Barace
Baracē
noun
a seaport of India

Baragaza
Baragaza
noun
a town of Ethiopia

Baraomuta
Baraomuta
noun
a people of India

barathrum
barāthrum
noun
an abyss

barathrum
barathrum
noun
an abyss

barathrus
barathrus
noun

Barba
Barba
noun
a Roman name

barba
barba
noun
the beard

Barbana
Barbāna
noun
a river of Illyria

barbara
barbara
noun
a plaster applied to raw wounds

barbare
barbarē
adverb
as a foreigner would

barbaria
barbaria
noun
a foreign country

barbaricarius
barbaricārius
noun
a gold-weaver

barbarice
barbaricē
adverb
like a foreigner

barbaricum
barbaricum
noun
A foreign land

barbaricum
barbaricum
adverb
barbarously

barbaricus
barbaricus
adjective
Foreign

barbaries
barbariēs
noun
a foreign country

barbarismus
barbarismus
noun
an impropriety of speech

barbarolexis
barbarolexis
noun
the perversion of the form of a word

barbarum
barbarum
noun
a plaster applied to raw wounds

barbarus
barbarus
noun
a foreigner

barbarus
barbarus
adjective
foreign

Barbatia
Barbatia
noun
a town in Arabia

barbatoria
barbātōria
noun
a shaving of the beard

barbatulus
barbātulus
adjective
having a small or foppish beard

barbatus
barbātus
adjective
Having a beard

barbesco
barbescō
verb
to get a beard

barbiger
barbiger
adjective
wearing a beard

barbio
barbiō
verb
to raise a beard

barbitium
barbitium
noun
the beard

barbiton
barbiton
cross-reference

barbitos
barbitos
noun
voc.

Barbosthenes
Barbosthenes
noun

Barbosthenes
Barbosthenes
noun

barbula
barbula
noun
A little beard

barbus
barbus
noun
a barbel

Barca
Barca
noun
ancestor of a distinguished family in Carthage to which Hamilcar and Hannibal belonged

barca
barca
noun
a small boat

Barcaei
Barcaeī
adverb

Barcaeus
Barcaeus
noun
the inhabitants of Barce

Barcaeus
Barcaeus
adjective
of Barcas

Barcas
Barcās
noun
ancestor of a distinguished family in Carthage to which Hamilcar and Hannibal belonged

Barce
Barcē
noun
A town in the Libyan province Pentapolis

Barcino
Barcinō
noun
the present city Barcelona

Barcinon
Barcinon
noun
the present city Barcelona

Barcinonensis
Barcinōnensis
adjective
of Barcelona

Barcinus
Barcīnus
adjective
of Barcas

Barcinus
Barcīnus
cross-reference

Barcinus
Barcīnus
noun
the Barcini

Bardaeus
Bardaeus
noun
an Illyrian people

Bardaicus
Bardaicus
adjective
Bardaean

Bardaicus
Bardaicus
noun
a soldier's boot

barditus
bardītus
noun
the war-cry of the Germans

barditus
bardītus
noun
the war-song of the Germans

bardocucullus
bardocucullus
noun
a Gallic overcoat

Bardulis
Bardūlis
noun
a king of Illyria

bardus
bardus
adjective
stupid

bardus
bardus
noun
a poet and singer among the Gauls

Barea
Barēa
noun
a town in

Barea
Barea
noun
a Roman cognomen

Bargullum
Bargullum
noun
a town of Epirus

Bargus
Bargus
noun
a river of Thrace

Bargusius
Bargūsius
noun
a people in

Bargyleta
Bargylēta
noun

Bargylia
Bargylia
noun
a town in Caria

Bargylieticus
Bargyliēticus
adjective
of Bargyliae

Bargylium
Bargylium
noun

Bargylus
Bargylus
noun
a mountain of Phaenicia

Barine
Barīnē
noun
name of a freedwoman

barinulae
barīnulaē
adverb

barippe
barippē
noun

barippe
barippē
noun
an unknown precious stone of a black color

baris
bāris
noun
a small Egyptian row-boat

baritus
barītus
noun
the war-cry of the Germans

Barium
Barium
noun
a town in Apulia

Barnosthenes
Barnosthenēs
noun
a mountain in Laconia

baro
bārō
noun
a simpleton

baroptenus
baroptenus
noun
an unknown precious stone of a black color

barosus
bārōsus
cross-reference

Barpana
Barpāna
noun
an island east of Corsica

barrinus
barrīnus
adjective
of or belonging to an elephant

barrio
barriō
verb
v. n

barritus
barrītus
noun
an elephant

barritus
barrītus
noun
the war-cry of the Germans

barritus
barrītus
noun
the cry of the elephant

barrus
barrus
noun
an elephant

Barrus
Barrus
noun
a cognomen of

barycephalus
barycephalus
adjective
top-heavy

barycus
barycus
adjective
top-heavy

barypicron
barypīcron
noun
a Greek epithet of wormwood

barypicron
barypicron
noun
a Greek epithet of wormwood

barython
barythōn
noun
a plant

barytonos
barytonos
adjective
not accented on the last syllable

Basaboiatis
Basaboiātis
noun
a people of

basaltes
basaltēs
noun
a dark and very hard species of marble in Ethiopia

basanites lapis
basanītes lapis
expression
a touchstone

bascauda
bascauda
noun
an article of table furniture

Basculus
Basculus
noun

Basculus
Basculus
noun
a people of

basella
basella
noun
f dim

basiatio
bāsiātiō
noun
a kissing

basiator
bāsiātor
noun
a kisser

Basilea
Basilēa
noun
the town Basel

Basileia
Basilēīa
noun
the town Basel

Basilia
Basilīa
noun
another name for the island Balcia

Basiliada
Basiliada
noun
a people of Sarmatia

basilica
basilica
noun

basilica
basilica
noun
a public building in the forum with double colonnades

basilice
basilicē
noun
a black plaster

basilice
basilicē
adverb
royally

basiliciarius
basiliciārius
cross-reference

basilicola
basilicola
noun
a small church

basilicon
basilicon
noun
a black plaster

basilicon
basilicon
cross-reference

basilicum
basilicum
noun
A princely robe

basilicus
basilicus
adjective
kingly

basilicus
basilicus
noun
the king's throw

Basilida
Basilida
noun
a people of Sarmatia

Basilis
Basilis
noun
a Greek geographer

basilisca
basilisca
noun
a plant

basiliscus
basiliscus
noun
A kind of lizard

basilium
basilīum
noun
a royal or princely ornament

Basilium
Basilīum
noun
the name of the books of Kings in the Bible

basio
bāsiō
verb
to kiss

basioballum
basioballum
noun

basiolum
bāsiolum
noun
a little kiss

basis
basis
noun
a pedestal

basium
bāsium
noun
a kiss

Bassania
Bassānia
noun
a town in Illyria

Bassanita
Bassānīta
noun
the inhabitants of Bassania

Bassareus
Bassareus
noun
a title of Bacchus

Bassaricus
Bassaricus
adjective
of Bacchus

Bassaris
Bassaris
noun
a Bacchante

Bassus
Bassus
noun
a family cognomen

bastaga
bastaga
noun
a carriage of baggage

bastagarius
bastagārius
noun
a baggage-master

bastagia
bastagia
noun
a carriage of baggage

Bastarna
Bastarna
noun
a German tribe which became known to the Romans very early

Basterna
Basterna
noun
a German tribe which became known to the Romans very early

basterna
basterna
noun
a sedan chair or litter

basternarius
basternārius
noun
a bearer of a sedan

Bastertinus
Bastertīnus
noun
a people of Lower Italy

Bastetania
Bastētānia
noun
a district in Spain

Bastitanus
Bastitānus
noun
the inhabitants of Basti in Spain

Bastulus
Bastulus
noun
a people of

bat
bat
adjective

bat
bat
conjunction
Ps

batalaria
batalāria
noun
a kind of war-ship

Batavia
Batāvia
noun
the peninsula Batavia

Batavodurum
Batāvodūrum
noun
a town in Holland

Batavus
Batāvus
adjective
pertaining to Batavia

Batavus
Batāvus
noun
the Batavians

Batavus
Batāvus
noun
one of the Batavi

batenim
batenim
adverb

Batenus
Batenus
noun
a people of Asia

Batha
Batha
noun
a town in Ethiopia

Bathyllus
Bathyllus
noun
A Samian boy

Bathymus
Bathymus
noun
a people of Arabia

Bathynias
Bathyniās
noun
a small river of Thrace

batia
batia
noun
an unknown kind of fish

batiaca
batiaca
noun
a kind of drinking-cup

batillum
batillum
noun
A shovel

batillus
batillus
noun
A shovel

batiola
batiola
noun
a small drinking-cup

batis
batis
noun
a plant

Bato
Batō
noun
a leader of insurrection in Dalmatia

batos
batos
noun
the blackberry-bush

batrachion
batrachion
noun
a medicinal plant

batrachites
batrachītēs
noun
a precious stone of a frog-green color

Batrachomyomachia
Batrachomyomachia
noun
The Battle of the Frogs and Mice

batrachus
batrachus
noun
a fish

Batrachus
Batrachus
noun
a Greek architect at Rome in the time of Pompey the Great

battale
battāle
noun
the fighting and fencing exercises of soldiers and gladiators

battalia
battalia
cross-reference

Battara
Battara
noun
a Roman whose death is mentioned by Cicero

Battiades
Battiadēs
noun
an inhabitant of Cyrene

Battiades
Battiades
noun

Battis
Battis
noun
the sweetheart of the poet Philetas of Cos

Batton
Batton
noun
a Greek sculptor

battuale
battuāle
noun
the fighting and fencing exercises of soldiers and gladiators

battuarium
battuārium
noun
a mortar

battuo
bāttuō
verb
to strike

battuo
battuō
verb
to strike

Battus
Battus
noun
A name given to Aristotle of Thera

Batulum
Batulum
noun
a town in Campania

batuo
bātuō
verb

batus
batus
noun
the blackberry-bush

batus
batus
noun
a bath

baubor
baubor
verb
to bark gently or moderately

Baucidias
Baucidias
noun
a small island in the Gulf of Argolis

Baucis
Baucis
noun
The wife of Philemon

Baudos
Baudos
noun
a river in Syria

Baulus
Baulus
noun
a place near Baiae

Bauma
Bauma
noun
a town in Ethiopia

Bavius
Bavius
noun
a stupid poet

baxa
baxa
noun
a kind of woven shoe worn on the comic stage and by philosophers

baxea
baxea
noun
a kind of woven shoe worn on the comic stage and by philosophers

baxearius
baxeārius
noun
a maker of woven shoes

baxius
baxius
noun
a maker of woven shoes

Bazaira
Bazaīra
noun
a district of Asiatic Scythia

bdellium
bdellium
noun
an Asiatic plant

beate
beātē
adverb
happily

beatifico
beātificō
verb
to make happy

beatificus
beātificus
adjective
blessing

beatitas
beātitās
noun
the condition of the

beatitudo
beātitūdō
noun
the condition of

beatulus
beātulus
adjective

beatum
beātum
noun
happiness

beatum
beātum
noun

beatus
beātus
adjective
Happy

beatus
beātus
noun
the happy

beatus
beātus
adjective

beatus
beātus
noun
the rich

beber
beber
noun
the beaver

bebra
bebra
noun
a weapon of barbarous nations

Bebriacensis
Bebriacensis
cross-reference

Bebriacum
Bebriacum
cross-reference

Bebriacum
Bēbriacum
noun
a village in Upper Italy

bebrinus
bebrīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to a beaver

bebrinus
bebrīnus
adjective
of the beaver

bebrinus
bēbrīnus
adjective
of the beaver

Bebryces
Bēbrȳces
noun
a people in

Bebryces
Bēbryces
noun
a people inhabiting Bebrycia

Bebryces
Bēbrȳces
noun
a people inhabiting Bebrycia

Bebrycia
Bēbrycia
noun
the province inhabited by the Bebrycians

Bebrycia
Bēbrȳcia
noun
the province inhabited by the Bebrycians

Bebrycius
Bēbrycius
adjective
pertaining to the province Bebrycia

Bebrycius
Bēbrycius
adjective
pertaining to King Bebryx

Bebrycius
Bēbrȳcius
adjective
pertaining to the province Bebrycia

Bebryx
Bēbryx
noun
a Bebrycian

Bebryx
Bēbryx
noun
a Bebrycian

beccus
beccus
noun
a beak

Becheri
Bechērī
noun
a Scythian people on the Pontus Euxinus

bechicus
bēchicus
adjective
of or for a cough

bechion
bēchion
noun
a plant good for a cough

Bechiris
Bechīris
noun
a Scythian people on the Pontus Euxinus

Bechirus
Bechīrus
noun
a Scythian people on the Pontus Euxinus

bedella
bedella
noun
an Asiatic plant

Bedesis
Bedesis
noun
a river in

Bedriacensis
Bēdriacensis
adjective
of Bedriacum

Bedriacum
Bēdriacum
noun
a village in Upper Italy

bee
beē
adverb
the sound made by a sheep

Beelzebub
Beelzebub
noun
Beelzebub

Beelzebul
Beelzebul
noun
Beelzebub

Begerri
Begerrī
noun
a Gallic people in Aquitania

Begorrites
Begorrītes
cross-reference
a lake in Macedonia

belbus
belbus
noun

Belena
Belena
cross-reference

Belenus
Belenus
noun
a deity worshipped in Noricum and Aquileia

Belga
Belga
noun
the Belgians

Belga
Belga
noun
a Belgian

Belgicus
Belgicus
adjective
Belgic

Belgium
Belgium
noun
a part of

Belial
Belial
noun
Belial

Belias
Belias
cross-reference

Belias
Beliās
noun
Belial

Belias
Bēlias
noun

Belides
Belides
noun

Belides
Bēlīdēs
noun
a male descendant of Belus

Belidis
Bēlidis
noun
the granddaughters of Belus

belion
belion
noun
a plant

Belis
Belis
noun

Belis
Bēlis
noun
the granddaughters of Belus

bellarium
bellārium
noun
that which is used as a dessert

bellator
bellātor
noun
A warrior

bellatorius
bellātōrius
adjective
warlike

bellatrix
bellātrix
noun
a female warrior

bellatulus
bellātulus
adjective
pretty

bellax
bellax
adjective
warlike

belle
bellē
adverb
prettily

Bellerophon
Bellerophōn
noun
son of Glaucus and grandson of Sisyphus

Bellerophontes
Bellerophontēs
noun
son of Glaucus and grandson of Sisyphus

Bellerophonteus
Bellerophontēus
adjective
of or belonging to Bellerophon

bellicosus
bellicōsus
adjective
warlike

bellicrepa saltatio
bellicrepa saltātiō
expression
an armed dance

bellicum
bellicum
noun
a signal for march or for the beginning of an attack

bellicus
bellicus
adjective
of or pertaining to war

Bellienus
Belliēnus
noun
a Roman cognomen

bellifer
bellifer
adjective
making war

belliger
belliger
adjective
waging war

belligerator
belligerātor
noun
a warrior

belligeror
belligeror
verb
to wage or carry on war

belligeror
belligeror
verb

belligeror
belligeror
verb
to wage or carry on war

bellio
belliō
noun
the yellow ox-eye daisy

bellipotens
bellipotens
adjective
mighty or valiant in war

bellis
bellis
noun
the white daisy

bellisonus
bellisonus
adjective
sounding of war

bellitudo
bellitūdō
noun
beauty

Bellius
Bellius
noun
a shortened form of the name Duellius

bello
bellō
verb
to wage or carry on war

bellor
bellor
verb
to carry on war

Bellocassus
Bellocassus
noun
a people on the right bank of the Seine

Bellona
Bellōna
noun
the goddess of

bellonaria
bellōnāria
noun
the plant

Bellonarius
Bellōnārius
noun
the goddess of

bellosus
bellōsus
adjective
warlike

Bellovacus
Bellovacus
noun
a people in

bellua
bellua
noun
a beast

bellualis
belluālis
adjective
bestial

belluatus
belluātus
adjective
ornamented or embroidered with figures of animals

belluilis
belluīlis
adjective
bestial

belluinus
belluīnus
adjective
brutal

bellule
bellulē
adverb
prettily

bellulus
bellulus
adjective
pretty

bellum
bellum
noun
war

belluosus
belluōsus
cross-reference

belluosus
belluōsus
adjective
abounding in beasts or monsters

bellus
bellus
adjective
pretty

bellutus
bellūtus
adverb

bellutus
bellūtus
adjective

belluus
belluus
adjective

belluus
belluus
cross-reference

belo
bēlō
cross-reference

belo
bēlō
verb
to bleat

beloacos
beloacos
cross-reference
a plant

belone
belonē
noun
a sea-fish

belotocos
belotocos
cross-reference
a plant

belua
bēlua
noun
a beast

belualis
bēluālis
adjective
bestial

beluatus
bēluātus
adjective
ornamented or embroidered with figures of animals

beluilis
bēluīlis
adjective
bestial

beluinus
bēluīnus
adjective
brutal

Belunum
Bēlūnum
noun
the capital city of a people of Venetia

beluosus
bēluōsus
adjective
abounding in beasts or monsters

Belus
Bēlus
noun
An Asiatic king of a primitive age

belutus
bēlūtus
adjective

beluus
bēluus
adjective

Bembinadia
Bembinadia
noun
a district in Arcadia

Benacensis
Bēnācensis
noun
the people

Benacus
Bēnācus
noun
a deep and rough lake in

Bendidius
Bendidīus
adjective
of or pertaining to Bendis

bene
benē
adverb
well

benedice
benedicē
adjective
with friendly words

benedico
benedīcō
verb
to speak well of any one

benedictio
benedictiō
noun
an extolling

benedictum
benedictum
cross-reference

benedictum
benedictum
noun

benedictus
benedictus
noun

benedicus
benedicus
adjective
with friendly words

benefacio
benefaciō
verb

benefactio
benefactiō
noun
the performing of an act of kindness

benefactor
benefactor
noun
he who confers a favor

benefactum
benefactum
noun

bene factum
bene factum
noun
benefits

benefice
beneficē
adverb
beneficently

beneficentia
beneficentia
noun
the quality of

beneficiarius
beneficiārius
noun
soldiers who

beneficiarius
beneficiārius
adjective
pertaining to a favor

beneficium
beneficium
noun
A benefaction

beneficus
beneficus
adjective
generous

benefio
benefīō
verb

beneolentia
beneolentia
noun
a smelling agreeably

beneplaceo
benēplaceō
verb
to

beneplacitum
benēplacitum
noun
good pleasure

beneplacitus
benēplacitus
adjective
pleasing

Beneventanus
Beneventānus
noun
the Beneventines

Beneventanus
Beneventānus
adjective
of or belonging to Beneventum

Beneventum
Beneventum
noun
a very ancient city of the Hirpini

benevole
benevolē
adverb
benevolently

benevolens
benevolens
noun
a well-wisher

benevolens
benevolens
adjective
wishing well

benevolentia
benevolentia
noun
good-will

benevolus
benevolus
adjective
well-wishing

benificium
benificium
noun
A benefaction

benificus
benificus
adjective
generous

benigne
benignē
adverb
In a friendly manner

benignitas
benignitās
noun
the quality of one

benigniter
benigniter
adverb
In a friendly manner

benigniter
benigniter
adverb
kindly

benignor
benignor
verb
to rejoice

benignus
benignus
adjective
of a good kind or nature

benivolens
benivolens
adjective
wishing well

benivolentia
benivolentia
noun
good-will

benivolus
benivolus
adjective
well-wishing

Benjamin
Benjamin
noun
The young est son of the Hebrew patriarch Jacob

Benjamita
Benjamīta
noun
the Jews of the tribe of Benjamin

benna
benna
noun
a kind of carriage

bennarius
bennārius
cross-reference

Benus
Benus
noun
a Thracian people on the Hebrus

benus
benus
adjective

beo
beō
verb
to make happy

bepedalium
bepedālium
noun

berber
berber
cross-reference

berbex
berbex
noun
a wether

berbex
berbex
cross-reference

Bercorcats
Bercorcāts
noun
a people of

Berecynthus
Berecynthus
adjective
Of or pertaining to the mountain Berecyntus

Berecyntia
Berecyntia
noun

Berecyntiacus
Berecyntiacus
adjective
of or belonging to Cybele

Berecyntiades
Berecyntiadēs
noun
Berecyntian

Berecyntius
Berecyntius
adjective
Of or pertaining to the mountain Berecyntus

Berecyntus
Berecyntus
noun
a mountain on the banks of the river Sangarius

Beregranus
Berēgrānus
noun
the people of Beregria

Beregranus
Beregrānus
noun
the people of Beregria

Berelidis
Berelidis
noun
a group of small islands off the southern coast of Sardima

Berenice
Berenīcē
noun
Daughter of Ptolemy Philadelphus and Arsinoe

Bereniceus
Berenīcēus
adjective
of Berenice

Berenicis
Berenīcis
noun
the region around Berenice

Berga
Berga
noun
a people of Scythia

Bergimus
Bergimus
noun
a deity of the

Bergistanus
Bergistānus
noun
a community of robbers in

Bergomas
Bergomas
noun
of Bergomum

Bergomats
Bergomāts
noun
of Bergomum

Bergomum
Bergomum
noun
a town in

Bergus
Bergus
noun
an island in the North Sea

berillus
bērillus
noun
A precious stone of a sea-green color

Bernice
Bernīcē
adverb
accused of incest

Bernice
Bernīcē
noun

Beroe
Beroē
noun
The nurse of Semele

Beroea
Beroea
noun
a town in Macedonia

Beroeaeus
Beroeaeus
noun
a Beraean

Beroeensis
Beroeensis
noun
a Beraean

Beronice
Beronīcē
noun
Daughter of Ptolemy Philadelphus and Arsinoe

Beronice
Beronīcē
adverb

Beronis
Bērōnis
noun
a powerful people in

Berosus
Bērōsus
noun
a distinguished Babylonian astrologer of the time of Ptolemy Philadelphus

Berrea
Berrea
noun
a town in Macedonia

Berresa
Berresa
noun
a town in Ethiopia

Berrice
Berricē
noun
a large island north of Europe

berula
berula
noun
an herb

berullus
berullus
noun
A precious stone of a sea-green color

beryllus
bēryllus
noun
A precious stone of a sea-green color

Berytensis
Bērȳtensis
adjective
Berytensian

Berytius
Bērȳtius
adjective
of Berytus

Berytus
Bērȳtus
noun
a seaport town of Phaenicia

Berytus
Bērytus
noun
a seaport town of Phaenicia

bes
bes
noun
Two thirds of a unit

Besa
Bēsā
noun
an Egyptian divinity

Besaro
Besarō
noun
a town in Spain

Besbicus
Besbicus
noun
a small island in the Propontis

Besidia
Besidia
noun
a town in Bruttium

bessalis
bessālis
adjective
comprising eight

Bessicus
Bessicus
noun
of the Bessi

Bessus
Bessus
noun
a savage and marauding people in the north-eastern part of Thrace

Bessus
Bessus
noun
of the Bessi

Bessus
Bessus
noun
A Bessian

Bestia
Bestia
noun
a cognomen in the Calpurnian family

bestia
bestia
noun
a beast

bestialis
bestiālis
adjective
like a beast

bestiarius
bestiārius
adjective
of or pertaining to beasts

bestiarius
bestiārius
noun
one who fights with wild beasts in the public spectacles

bestiola
bestiola
noun
a small animal

Bestius
Bestius
noun
a rough and miserly man

beta
bēta
noun
a vegetable

beta
bēta
noun
the Greek name of the second letter of the alphabet

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

betaceus
bētāceus
adjective
from or of the beet

betaceus
bētāceus
noun
beet-root

Betasus
Betāsus
noun
a Belgian people

Bethlaeus
Bethlaeus
adjective
of Bethlehem

Bethlaeus
Bēthlaeus
adjective
of Bethlehem

Bethleemicus
Bethleemicus
adjective
of Bethlehem

Bethleemicus
Bēthleemicus
adjective
of Bethlehem

Bethlehem, bethleem, bethlem
Bethlehem, bethleem, bethlem
noun
a town of the tribe of Judah

Bethlehem, bethleem, bethlem
Bēthlehem, bēthleem, bēthlem
noun
a town of the tribe of Judah

Bethlehemites
Bēthlehemītēs
noun
an inhabitant of Bethlehem

Bethlehemites
Bethlehemītēs
noun
an inhabitant of Bethlehem

Bethlehemum
Bēthlehēmum
noun
a town of the tribe of Judah

Bethlehemum
Bethlehēmum
noun
a town of the tribe of Judah

Bethlemiticus
Bēthlemiticus
adjective
of Bethlehem

Bethlemiticus
Bethlemiticus
adjective
of Bethlehem

betis
bētis
noun
a vegetable

Betis
Betis
noun
a river in Southern Spain

Betis
Bētis
cross-reference

betis
bētis
cross-reference

betissare
bētissare
adverb

betizare
bētīzarē
adverb

beto
bētō
verb
to go

betonica
betonica
noun
a plant

Betriacensis
Bētriacensis
adjective
of Bedriacum

Betriacum
Bētriacum
noun
a village in Upper Italy

Betriacum
Betriacum
cross-reference

Betucius
Betucius
noun
a Roman proper name

betula
betula
noun
the birch

betulla
betulla
noun
the birch

betulus
betulus
cross-reference

betulus
bētulus
noun
a precious stone

biaeothanatus
biaeothanatus
adverb

biaeothanatus
biaeothanatus
adjective
dying by violence

Bianor
Biānor
noun
A centaur slain by Theseus at the marriage festival of Pirithous

biarchia
biarchia
noun
the office of a

biarchus
biarchus
noun
a commissary

Bias
Biās
adjective
a Greek philosopher of Priene

Bibaculus
Bibāculus
noun
a Roman cognomen

Bibaga
Bibaga
noun
an island near Gedrosia

Bibalus
Bibalus
noun
a people of

bibax
bibax
adjective
given to drink

Bibe
Bibe
noun
a town in Gaul

biber
biber
cross-reference

Biberius Caldius Mero [
Biberius Caldius Mero [
expression
a name given in derision to the emperor Tiberius Claudius Nero on account of his love of drink

Bibesia
Bibesia
noun
Drinkland

bibilis
bibilis
adjective
drinkable

bibio
bibiō
noun
a small insect generated in wine

bibitor
bibitor
noun
a drinker

bibitus
bibitus
adjective

biblinus
biblinus
adjective
of or made from the Egyptian papyrus

bibliopola
bibliopōla
noun
a bookseller

bibliotheca
bibliothēca
noun
a library

bibliothecalis
bibliothēcālis
adjective
of or belonging to a library

bibliothecarius
bibliothēcārius
noun
a librarian

bibliothece
bībliothēcē
noun
a library

bibliothece
bibliothēcē
noun
a library

bibliothecula
bibliothēcula
noun
a small library

biblium
biblium
noun
the Bible

biblus
biblus
noun
the papyrus

bibo
bibō
verb
to drink

bibo
bibō
noun
a tippler

bibonius
bibōnius
noun
a hard drinker

bibosus
bibōsus
adjective
given to drinking

Bibracte
Bibracte
noun
the chief town of the Aedui

Bibrax
Bibrax
noun
a town in Gaul

bibrevis
bibrevis
adjective
consisting of two short syllables

Bibrocus
Bibrocus
noun
a British people

Bibulus
Bibulus
noun
a proper name

bibulus
bibulus
adjective
drinking readily

bicameratum
bicamerātum
noun
a receptacle with two compartments

bicameratus
bicamerātus
adjective
with a double vault

bicapites
bicapites
adjective
Having two heads

biceps
biceps
adjective
Having two heads

bicepsos
bicepsos
adjective
Having two heads

bicessis
bicessis
noun
twenty

bicinium
bicinium
noun
a duet

bicipes
bicipes
adjective
Having two heads

biclinium
biclīnium
noun
a dining-couch for two persons

bicodulus
bicōdulus
adjective
having two tails

bicolor
bicolor
adjective
of two colors

bicolorus
bicolōrus
adjective
of two colors

bicomis
bicomis
adjective
with hair falling down on both sides

bicornes
bicornes
noun
horned animals for sacrifice

Bicorniger
Bicorniger
noun
two-horned

bicornis
bicornis
adjective
having two horns

bicorpor
bicorpor
adjective
having two bodies

bicorporeus
bicorporeus
adjective
having two bodies

bicors
bicors
adjective
with two hearts

bicoxum
bicoxum
cross-reference
having two thighs

bicubitalis
bicubitālis
adjective
of two cubits

bicubitus
bicubitus
adjective
of two cubits

bidens
bidens
adjective
with two teeth

bidental
bidental
noun
a place struck by lightning

bidentatio
bidentātiō
noun
a harrowing

Bidinus
Bidinus
adjective
of or pertaining to Bidis

Bidinus
Bidinus
noun
the inhabitants of Bidis

Bidis
Bidis
noun
a small town in Sicily

biduum
bīduum
noun
a period or space of two days

biduus
biduus
adjective
continuing two days

biennalis
biennālis
adjective
continuing two years

biennis
biennis
adjective
of two years

biennium
biennium
noun
a period or space of two years

bifariam
bifāriam
adverb
on two sides

bifaries
bifāries
noun
doubly

bifarius
bifārius
adjective
twofold

bifax
bifax
cross-reference
two-faced

bifer
bifer
adjective
bearing fruit twice a year

bifestus
bifestus
adjective
doubly festive

bifidatus
bifidātus
adjective
cleft or divided into two parts

bifidus
bifidus
adjective
cleft or divided into two parts

bifilum
bifīlum
noun
a double thread

bifissus
bifissus
adjective
cleft or divided into two parts

biforis
biforis
adjective
Having two doors or folding-doors

biformatus
biformātus
adjective
doubleformed

biformis
biformis
adjective
double or two-formed

biforus
biforus
adjective
Having two doors or folding-doors

biforus
biforus
adjective

bifrons
bifrons
noun
with two foreheads

bifurcum
bifurcum
noun
a fork

bifurcus
bifurcus
adjective
having two prongs or points

biga
bīga
noun
a pair of horses

biga
bīga
noun
a pair of horses

bigamus
bigamus
cross-reference
twice married

bigarius
bīgārius
noun
a driver of a pair of horses

bigatus
bīgātus
adjective
having the figure of a

bigatus
bīgātus
noun
a silver coin with the stamp of the

bigeminus
bigeminus
adjective
doubled

bigemmis
bigemmis
adjective
Set with two precious stones

bigener
bigener
adjective
descended from two different races

Bigerra
Bigerra
noun
a town in

Bigerrica
Bigerrica
noun
a warm shaggy garment

Bigerricus
Bigerricus
adjective
of or pertaining to the Bigerriones

Bigerrionis
Bigerriōnis
noun
a Gallic people in Aquitania

Bigerritanus
Bigerritānus
adjective
of the Bigerriones

Bigerrus
Bigerrus
noun
a Gallic people in Aquitania

bignae
bignaē
adverb
female twins

bigradum
bigradum
cross-reference

bigus
bīgus
adjective
yoked two together

bijugis
bijugis
adjective
yoked two together

bijugus
bijugus
adjective
yoked two together

bijugus
bijugus
noun
two horses yoked abreast

bilanx
bilanx
adjective
having two scales

Bilbilis
Bilbilis
noun
A town in an elevated position in

Bilbilitanus
Bilbilitānus
adjective
of or belonging to Bilbilis

bilbo
bilbō
verb
to make a noise like that of a liquid agitated in a vessel

bilibra
bilībra
noun
two pounds

bilibralis
bilībrālis
cross-reference
weighing two pounds

bilibris
bilībris
adjective
of two pounds

bilinguis
bilinguis
adjective
twotongued

biliosus
bīliōsus
adjective
full of bile

biliosus
bīliōsus
noun
a bilious person

bilis
bīlis
noun
bile

bilix
bilix
adjective
with a double thread

billis
billis
adjective
with a double thread

bilongus
bilongus
adjective
doubly long

bilustris
bilustris
adjective
that lasts two

bilychnis
bilychnis
adjective
having two lights

bimammius
bimammius
adjective
having two breasts

bimaris
bimaris
adjective
lying between two seas

bimaritus
bimarītus
noun
the husband of two wives

bimatris
bimātris
adjective
having two mothers

bimatus
bīmātus
noun
the age of two years

bimembris
bimembris
adjective
having double members

bimembrs
bimembrs
noun
the Centaurs

bimenstruus
bimenstruus
cross-reference
of two months

bimestris
bimestris
adjective
of two months

bimeter
bimeter
adjective
consisting of two metres

bimulus
bīmulus
adjective
only two years old

bimus
bīmus
adjective
two years old

binarius
bīnārius
adjective
that contains or consists of two

Bingium
Bingium
noun
a town of Gaul

bini
bīnī
adjective
Two by two

binio
bīniō
noun
the number two

binoctium
binoctium
noun
a period or space of two nights

binominis
binōminis
adjective
having two names

binubus
binūbus
noun
a doublymarried man

binus
bīnus
adjective

Bio
Biō
noun
a very witty philosopher of the Cyrenaic school

biocolyta
biocōlȳta
noun
one who protects against violence

Bion
Biōn
noun
a very witty philosopher of the Cyrenaic school

Bioneus
Biōnēus
adjective
Bionian

Biopator
Biopator
noun
the name of a town founded by the Trojans in Epirus

bios
bios
noun
a very celebrated and wholesome Greek wine

biothanatus
biothanatus
adjective
that dies a violent death

bioticus
biōticus
adjective
of or belonging to common life

bipalium
bipālium
noun
a double mattock

bipalmis
bipalmis
adjective
two spans long or broad

bipalmus
bipalmus
adjective
two spans long or broad

bipartio
bipartiō
verb
to divide into two parts

bipartito
bipartītō
adverb
in two parts or divisions

bipatens
bipatens
adjective
opening in two ways

bipeda
bipeda
noun
a tile or flagstone two feet long

bipedale
bipedāle
noun
a tile or flag-stone two feet long

bipedalis
bipedālis
adjective
two feet long

bipedalium
bipedālium
noun
a double mattock

bipedaneus
bipedāneus
adjective
two feet long

bipennifer
bipennifer
adjective
bearing a two-edged axe

bipennis
bipennis
adjective
having two edges

bipennis
bipennis
adjective
having two wings

bipennis
bipennis
noun
an axe with two edges

bipensilis
bipensilis
adjective
that may be suspended on two sides

bipertio
bipertiō
cross-reference

bipertio
bipertiō
verb
to divide into two parts

bipertito
bipertītō
adverb
in two parts or divisions

bipes
bipēs
adjective
two-footed

bipinna
bipinna
cross-reference

bipinnis
bipinnis
adjective
having two wings

bipinnis
bipinnis
cross-reference

biplex
biplex
cross-reference
double

biprorus
biprōrus
adjective
having two prows

biremis
birēmis
noun
a small vessel with two oars

biremis
birēmis
adjective
Twooared

birota
birota
noun
a cabriolet

birotus
birotus
adjective
twowheeled

birrum
birrum
noun
a cloak to keep off rain

birrus
birrus
noun
a cloak to keep off rain

bis
bis
adverb
twice

bisaccium
bisaccium
noun
a double bag

Bisalta
Bīsalta
noun
a Thracian people on the Strymon

Bisaltia
Bīsaltia
cross-reference
the country they inhabited

Bisaltica
Bīsaltica
cross-reference
the country they inhabited

Bisaltis
Bīsaltis
noun
Theophane

Bisambrita
Bisambrita
noun
a people on the Indus

Bisanthe
Bisanthē
noun
a town in Thrace

bisbellio
bisbelliō
noun
a man with two skins

biselliarius
biselliārius
noun
one who enjoys the honor of the

biselliatus
biselliātus
noun
the honor of a

bisellium
bisellium
noun
a richly ornamented seat of honor

biseta
bisēta
cross-reference

bisextialis
bisextiālis
adjective
containing two

bisextilis
bisextilis
adjective
containing an intercalary day

bisextum
bisextum
noun

bisextus
bisextus
noun

Bisgargitanus
Bisgargitānus
noun
a people of

bisolis
bisolis
adjective
having two

bisomum
bisōmum
noun
having two

bison
bisōn
noun
a species of wild ox living in northern regions

bisonus
bisonus
adjective
sounding twice

bispellio
bispelliō
noun
a man with two skins

bissenus and bisseni, v. bis fin
bissēnus and bissēni, v. bis fin
expression

bissextus
bissextus
noun

bissextus
bissextus
adverb

bissyllabus
bissyllabus
cross-reference

Bistonia
Bistonia
noun
Thrace

Bistonis
Bistonis
noun
adj. f

Bistonis
Bistonis
noun
the Bistones

Bistonius
Bistonius
adjective
pertaining to the Bistones

bisulcilingua
bisulcilingua
noun
with a cloven tongue

bisulcum
bisulcum
noun
animals with cloven feet

bisulcus
bisulcus
adjective
divided into two parts

bisyllabus
bisyllabus
adjective
dissyllabic

Bithia
Bithia
noun
the name of certain women in Scythia

Bithynia
Bīthȳnia
noun
a very fruitful province in Asia Minor

Bithynicus
Bīthȳnicus
adjective
Bithynian

Bithynion
Bīthȳnion
noun
a town in Bithynia

Bithynis
Bīthȳnis
noun
A Bithynian woman

Bithynius
Bīthȳnius
noun
the inhabitants of Bithynia

Bithynius
Bīthȳnius
adjective
Bithynian

Bithynus
Bīthȳnus
noun
the inhabitants of Bithynia

Bithynus
Bīthȳnus
adjective
Bithynian

Bitias
Bitiās
noun
A Tyrian nobleman at Dido's court

bitiensis
bītiensis
noun
those who are continually wandering about

bito
bītō
verb
to go

bito
bītō
cross-reference

Bito
Bitō
noun
a son of the Argive priestess Cydippe

Biton
Bitōn
noun
a son of the Argive priestess Cydippe

Bittis
Bittis
noun
a woman beloved by the poet Philetas of Cos

Bituitus
Bituītus
noun
a king of the Arverni

bitumen
bitūmen
noun
bitumen

bituminatus
bitūminatus
adjective
impregnated with bitumen

bitumineus
bitūmineus
adjective
consisting of bitumen

bitumino
bitūminō
verb
to cover or impregnate with bitumen

bituminosus
bitūminōsus
adjective
abounding in bitumen

Bituricus
Bituricus
adjective
of the Bituriges

Biturigiacus
Biturigiacus
adjective
of the Bituriges

Biturigis
Biturigis
noun
the Bituriges

biurus
biūrus
noun
the name of rodent animals found in Campania

bivertex
bivertex
noun
with two summits or peaks

bivii
biviī
noun
gods of the crossroads

bivira
bivira
noun
a woman married to a second husband

bivium
bivium
noun
gods of the crossroads

bivius
bivius
adjective
having two ways or passages

Bizone
Bizōnē
noun
a town in Thrace

Bizya
Bizya
noun
a town in Thrace

blachnon
blachnon
noun
a kind of fern

blactero
blacterō
verb
to bleat

Blaesianus
Blaesiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Blaesus

blaesus
blaesus
noun
one who lisps

Blaesus
Blaesus
noun
a cognomen in the Sempronian gens

blaesus
blaesus
adjective
lisping

Blanda
Blanda
noun
A maritime town in Lucania

blande
blandē
adverb
soothingly

blandicellum
blandicellum
noun
coaxing or flattering words

blandicule
blandiculē
adverb
flatteringly

blandidicus
blandidicus
adjective
speaking soothingly

blandiens
blandiens
adjective
a flatterer

blandificus
blandificus
adjective
flattering

blandifluus
blandiflūus
adjective
flowing or diffusing itself sweetly

blandiloquens
blandiloquens
adjective
speaking courteously

blandiloquentia
blandiloquentia
noun
coaxing language

blandiloquentulus
blandiloquentulus
adjective
speaking caressingly

blandiloquium
blandiloquium
noun
soft words

blandiloquus
blandiloquus
adjective
speaking smoothly or flatteringly

blandimentum
blandīmentum
noun
flattering words

blandior
blandior
verb
to cling caressingly to one

blandio
blandiō
verb
to caress

blanditer
blanditer
adverb
soothingly

blanditia
blanditia
noun
The quality of one

blandities
blandities
noun

blandities
blanditiēs
noun
The quality of one

blanditim
blandītim
adverb
in a flattering

blanditor
blandītor
noun
a flatterer

blanditus
blandītus
adjective
pleasant

blanditus
blandītus
adjective

blandulus
blandulus
adjective
pleasing

blandum
blandum
adverb
soothingly

blandus
blandus
adjective
of a smooth tongue

blapsigonia
blapsigonia
noun
a disease which prevents bees from breeding

Blascon
Blascōn
noun
an island off the coast of Gaul

blasphemabilis
blasphēmābilis
adjective
that deserves reproach

blasphematio
blasphēmātiō
noun
a reviling

blasphemia
blasphēmia
noun
a reviling

blasphemium
blasphēmium
noun
a reviling

blasphemo
blasphēmō
verb
v.a

blasphemus
blasphēmus
adjective
reviling

blateas
blateas
cross-reference

blateratio
blaterātiō
noun
a babbling

blateratus
blaterātus
noun
a babbling

blatero
blaterō
verb
To talk idly or foolishly

blatero
blaterō
noun
a babbler

blatio
blatiō
verb
to utter foolish things

blatta
blatta
noun
a clot of blood

blatta
blatta
noun
an insect that shuns the light

blattaria
blattāria
noun
moth-mullein

blattarius
blattārius
adjective
pertaining to the moth

blattea
blattea
noun
a clot of blood

blatteus
blatteus
adjective
purple-colored

blattiarius
blattiārius
noun
a dyer in purple

blattifer
blattifer
adjective
wearing purple

Blaudenius
Blaudēnius
adjective
of the town

blechnon
blechnon
noun
a kind of fern

blechnon
blēchnon
cross-reference

blechon
blēchōn
noun
wild pennyroyal

Blemmya
Blemmya
noun
an Ethiopian people

Blemya
Blemya
noun
an Ethiopian people

Blemyes
Blemyes
noun
an Ethiopian people

Blemyus
Blemyus
noun
an Ethiopian people

blendea
blendea
noun
an inferior kind of seafish

blendius
blendius
noun
an inferior kind of seafish

blennius
blennius
noun
an inferior kind of seafish

blennus
blennus
noun
a blockhead

Blepharon
Blepharōn
noun
a comic character in the Amphitruo of Plautus

bliteus
bliteus
adjective
tasteless

blitum
blitum
noun
a vegetable

blitus
blitus
noun
a vegetable

Blossius
Blossius
noun
a Roman proper name

boa
boa
noun
a large Italian serpent

Boadicea
Boadicēa
cross-reference

boarius
boārius
adjective
of or relating to neat cattle

boarius
boārius
adjective
of or relating to horned cattle

boatus
boātus
noun
a loud crying

Boaulia
Boaulia
noun

Bobella
Bobella
noun
A small but very ancient town in Latium

Bobilla
Bobilla
noun
A small but very ancient town in Latium

bobsequa
bobsequa
noun

bobsequa
bobsequa
noun
a neatherd

bocas
bocas
cross-reference

Bocchar
Bocchar
noun
a king of Mauritania at the time of the second Punic war

Boccharum
Boccharum
noun
a town on the larger of the Balearic islands

Bocchor
Bocchor
noun
a king of Mauritania at the time of the second Punic war

Bocchus
Bocchus
noun
a king of Mauritania

bocula
bōcula
cross-reference

boculus
bōculus
cross-reference

boculus
bōculus
noun
a young bullock

Bodincus
Bodincus
noun
the Ligurian name of the river Po

Bodotria
Bodotria
noun
a bay in Scotland on which the present Edinburgh is situated

Boduognatus
Boduognātus
noun
a leader of the Nervii

Boebe
Boebē
noun
A village in the Thessalian province Pelasgiotis

Boebeis
Boebēis
cross-reference
Lake Baebeis

Boebeius
Boebēius
adjective
Baebeian

Boeotarches
Boeōtarchēs
noun
one of the chief magistrates in Baeotia

Boeotia
Boeōtia
noun
Baeotia

Boeoticus
Boeōticus
adjective
Baeotian

Boeotis
Boeōtis
noun
Baeotia

Boeotius
Boeōtius
adjective
Baeotian

Boeotius
Boeōtius
noun
the Baeotians

Boeotus
Boeōtus
noun
the Baeotians

Boeotus
Boeōtus
adjective
Baeotian

Boethius
Boēthius
noun
a distinguished philosopher and theologian of the post-classic period under Theodoric

boethus
boēthus
noun
the aid or assistant of a scribe

Boethus
Boēthus
cross-reference
nom. prop

Bogud
Bogud
noun
son of Bocchus and king of Mauritania

Bogudiana
Bogudiāna
cross-reference
that was ruled by Bogud

Bogus
Bogus
noun
son of Bocchus and king of Mauritania

Bohemi
Bohemī
adverb

Bohemi
Bohemi
adverb

Bohemi
Bohemi
noun
Bohemians

boia
boia
noun
a collar for the neck

Boia
Boia
noun
their chief town

Boia
Boia
noun

Boia
Boia
noun
a woman of the Boii

Boicus ager
Boicus ager
expression

Boiemi
Boiemi
noun
Bohemians

Boiemi
Boiemī
adverb

Boihaemum
Boihaemum
noun
Bohemians

Boihemi
Boihemi
noun
Bohemians

Boiorix
Boiorix
noun
a king of the Boii

Boius
Boius
noun
a people in

Bola
Bōla
noun
a very ancient town of the Aequi

Bolae
Bōlae
noun
a very ancient town of the Aequi

Bolanus
Bōlānus
noun
the inhabitants of Bola

Bolanus
Bōlānus
adjective
of or pertaining to Bola

Bolbiticus
Bolbiticus
adjective

Bolbitinus
Bolbitīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Bolbitine

bolbiton
bolbiton
noun
the dung of cattle

Bolbula
Bolbula
noun
a group of small islands near Cyprus

boletar
bōlētar
noun
a vessel for mushrooms

boletare
bōlētāre
noun
a vessel for mushrooms

boletus
bōlētus
noun
the best kind of mushrooms

bolis
bolis
noun
a fiery meteor of the form of an arrow

bolites
bolītēs
noun
the root of the plant

boloe
bōloē
adverb
a kind of precious stones

bolona
bolōna
noun
A draught of fishes set to sale

bolus
bolus
noun
a throw or cast

bombax
bombax
interjection
indeed! strange! Ca

bombinator
bombinātor
noun
the buzzer

bombio
bombiō
verb
to buzz

bombito
bombītō
verb
to buzz

bombizatio
bombizātiō
noun
the buzzing of bees

Bombomachides
Bombomachidēs
noun
a name formed in ridicule of a boasting soldier

Bombos
Bombos
noun
a river of Cilicia

bombus
bombus
noun
a hollow

bombyciae harundines
bombȳciae harundines
expression
reeds suitable for flutes

bombycinum
bombȳcinum
noun
silk garments

bombycinum
bombȳcinum
noun
a silk texture or web

bombycinus
bombȳcinus
adjective
of silk

bombylis
bombȳlis
noun
the silkworm in its chrysalis state

bombylius
bombȳlius
noun

bombyx
bombyx
noun
The silk-worm

Bomilcar
Bomilcar
noun
A Carthaginian general

Bomonica
Bōmonīca
noun
the Lacedaemonian youths who allowed themselves to be whipped at the altar of Artemis Orthia

bona
bona
noun
good women

Bona Dea
Bona Dea
expression
the good goddess

bonasus
bonāsus
noun
a species of bull in Paeonia

bone
bonē
adverb

bonifacies
bonifacies
noun
of a handsome face

bonifatus
bonifātus
adverb
lucky

bonimoris
bonimōris
cross-reference
well-mannered

bonitas
bonitās
noun
the good quality of a thing

Bonna
Bonna
noun
a city on the Rhine

Bonnensis
Bonnensis
adjective
of Bonna

Bononia
Bonōnia
noun
A town in

Bononiensis
Bonōniensis
adjective
of or pertaining to Bononia

bonum
bonum
noun
a good

bonum
bonum
noun

bonus
bonus
adjective
good

bonusculum
bonusculum
noun
small possessions

boo
boō
verb
to cry aloud

boopes
boōpes
noun
a plant

Bootes
Boōtēs
noun
the nearly stationary constellation Bootes

Bora
Bora
noun
a mountain in Macedonia

Borcanus
Borcānus
noun
a people of Apulia

borealis
boreālis
adjective
northern

boreas
boreās
noun
The north wind

boreotis
boreōtis
adjective
northern

boreus
boreus
adjective
pertaining to the north wind

boreus
borēus
adjective
pertaining to the north wind

boria
borīa
noun
kind of jasper

Borion
Borīon
noun
northern

borith
bōrith
cross-reference
a plant purifying like soap

borius
borius
adjective
pertaining to the north wind

borius
borīus
adjective
pertaining to the north wind

borras
borrās
noun
The north wind

borrio
borriō
verb
to swarm

Borysthenes
Borysthenēs
noun
a large but gently-flowing river in Sarmatia

Borysthenida
Borysthenida
noun
the dwellers on or near the Borysthenes

Borysthenis
Borysthenis
noun

Borysthenis
Borysthenis
noun
a town on the Borysthenes

Borysthenita
Borysthenīta
noun

Borysthenius
Borysthenius
adjective
pertaining to the Borysthenes

bos
bōs
noun
An ox

boscas
boscas
noun
a kind of duck

boscis
boscis
noun
a kind of duck

Bosforicus
Bosforicus
adjective

Bosforus
Bosforus
noun
the name of several straits

Bosphorus
Bosphorus
noun
the name of several straits

Bosphricus
Bosphricus
adjective

Bosporanus
Bosporānus
adjective

Bosporeus
Bosporeus
adjective
of the Bosporus

Bosporicus
Bosporicus
adjective

Bosporius
Bosporius
adjective
of the Bosporus

Bosporus
Bosporus
noun
the name of several straits

Bosra
Bosra
adjective
of Bozra

Bostar
Bostar
noun
a Carthaginian proper name

Bostra
Bostra
noun
the capital of the Roman province of Arabia from the time of Trajan

Bostrenus
Bostrēnus
adjective
of Bozra

Bostrenus
Bostrēnus
noun
an inhabitant of Bozra

bostrychites
bostrychītēs
noun
a precious stone

bostrychus
bostrychus
adjective
curled

botanicum
botanicum
cross-reference
curled

botanismus
botanismus
noun
a weeding

botellus
botellus
noun
a small sausage

Boterdum
Boterdum
noun
a town in

bothynus
bothȳnus
noun
a fiery meteor in the form of a pit

botrax
botrax
cross-reference

botrio
bōtriō
noun
a cluster of grapes

botrio
botriō
noun
a cluster of grapes

botronatus
botrōnātus
noun
an ornament for the hair of a female

botronatus
bōtrōnātus
noun
an ornament for the hair of a female

botruosus
botruōsus
adjective
full of clusters

botruosus
bōtruōsus
adjective
full of clusters

botrus
bōtrus
noun
the grape

botrus
botrus
noun
the grape

botrus
botrus
cross-reference

botryitis
botryītis
noun
a kind of calamine

botryitis
bōtryītis
noun
a kind of calamine

botryo
bōtryō
noun
a cluster of grapes

botryo
botryō
noun
a cluster of grapes

botryodes
botryōdēs
noun
in the form of a cluster of grapes

botryon
botryon
noun
a medicine prepared from excrements

Botrys
Bōtrys
noun
a town in Phaenicia

botrys
botrys
noun
the grape

botrys
bōtrys
noun
the grape

Botrys
Botrys
noun
a town in Phaenicia

Bottiaea
Bottiaea
noun
a small province in Macedonia

Bottiaei
Bottiaeī
adverb
whose inhabitants are called

botularius
botulārius
noun
a sausage-maker

botulus
botulus
noun
a sausage

Boudicea
Boudicēa
noun
queen of the Iceni

Bouducea
Bouducēa
noun
queen of the Iceni

boustrophedon
boustrophēdon
adverb
from right to left and back again alternately

bova
bova
noun
a swelling of the legs

bova
bova
noun
a large Italian serpent

bova
bova
cross-reference

bovarius
bovārius
adjective
of or relating to horned cattle

bovarius
bovārius
adjective
of or relating to neat cattle

bovatim
bovātim
adverb
after the manner of oxen or cows

Bovianius
Boviānius
adjective
of Bovianum

Bovianum
Boviānum
noun
the name of two towns in Samnium

Bovianus
Boviānus
adjective

bovicidium
bovicīdium
noun
a slaughtering of cattle

bovile
bovīlē
adverb

bovile
bovīle
noun
a stall for oxen

Bovilla
Bovilla
noun
A small but very ancient town in Latium

Bovilla
Bovilla
noun
A small but very ancient town in Latium

bovilla
bovilla
cross-reference
a cattle-stall

Bovillanus
Bovillānus
adjective
of Bovillae

Bovillensis
Bovillensis
noun
inhabitants of Bovillae

Bovillus
Bovillus
adjective

bovillus
bovillus
adjective
Of or pertaining to oxen or cows

bovinator
bovīnātor
noun
A brawler

bovinor
bovīnor
verb
to bellow at

bovinus
bovīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to oxen or cows

bovis
bovis
cross-reference

bovis
bovis
noun
An ox

bovo
bovō
verb
to cry aloud

bovo
bovō
cross-reference

bovus
bovus
cross-reference

box
bōx
noun
a sea-fish

brabeium
brabēīum
noun
a prize in the games

brabeum
brabēum
noun
a prize in the games

brabeuta
brabeuta
noun
one who presided at the public games

brabyla
brabyla
noun
a plant

braca
brāca
noun
trowsers

braca
brāca
noun
trowsers

bracarius
brācārius
noun
a maker of trowsers or breeches

Bracarus
Brācarus
noun
a tribe of Gauls in

Bracarus
Brācarus
adjective
of the Bracari

bracatus
brācātus
adjective
Wearing trowsers or breeches

bracca
bracca
noun
trowsers

bracchiale
bracchiāle
noun
an armlet

bracchialis
bracchiālis
noun
an armlet

bracchialis
bracchiālis
adjective
of or belonging to the arm

bracchiatus
bracchiātus
adjective
with boughs or branches like arms

bracchiolaris
bracchiolāris
adjective
pertaining to a muscle of a horse

bracchiolum
bracchiolum
noun
A small

bracchionarium
bracchionārium
noun
a bracelet

bracchium
bracchium
noun
the arm

braccicus
braccicus
cross-reference

brace
bracē
noun
a Gallic name of a particularly white kind of corn

braces
brāces
noun
trowsers

braceus
brāceus
adjective
pertaining to breeches

brachialis
brāchiālis
adjective
of or belonging to the arm

brachiatus
brāchiātus
adjective
with boughs or branches like arms

brachile
brāchīlē
adverb

brachiolaris
brāchiolāris
adjective
pertaining to a muscle of a horse

brachiolum
brāchiolum
noun
A small

brachionarium
brāchionārium
noun
a bracelet

brachium
brāchium
noun
the arm

Brachmanae
Brachmānae
noun
the priests and learned caste of the Hindoos

Brachmans
Brachmāns
noun
the priests and learned caste of the Hindoos

Brachmanus
Brachmānus
noun
the priests and learned caste of the Hindoos

brachycatalecticum
brachycatalēcticum
noun
a verse that wants a whole foot or half a metre

brachycatalectum
brachycatalēctum
noun
a verse that wants a whole foot or half a metre

brachypota
brachypota
noun
a small drinker

brachysyllabus
brachysyllabus
noun

bracicus
brācicus
cross-reference

bracile
brācīlē
adverb

bractea
bractea
noun
a thin plate of metal

bractealis
bracteālis
adjective
of metallic plates

bracteamentum
bracteāmentum
noun
glitter

bractearia
bracteāria
noun

bractearius
bracteārius
noun
a worker in gold-leaf

bracteator
bracteātor
noun
a goldbeater

bracteatus
bracteātus
adjective
covered with gold-plate

bracteola
bracteola
noun
a thin leaf of gold

Braga
Braga
noun
an island on the coast of Arabia

Brana
Brana
noun
a town of

brance
brancē
adverb

branchia
branchia
noun
the gills of fish

branchia
branchia
noun
the gills of fish

Branchida
Branchida
noun
the posterity of Branchus

Branchides
Branchidēs
noun
a surname of Apollo

branchos
branchos
noun
hoarseness

Branchus
Branchus
noun
a son of Apollo

Brancosus
Brancosus
noun
a people of India

brasmatia
brasmatia
noun
shaking of the earth

brassica
brassica
noun
cabbage

brassica
brassica
noun
varieties of cabbage

brasta
brasta
noun
shaking of the earth

brastae
brastaē
adverb

brathy
brathy
noun
the savintree

brattea
brattea
noun
a thin plate of metal

brattea
brattea
cross-reference

Brattia
Brattia
noun
an island of Dalmatia

bratus
bratus
noun
a tree similar to the cypress

Bratuspantium
Bratuspantium
noun
a town in

Brauron
Brauron
noun
a village in Attica

Brauronia
Braurōnia
noun
a village in Attica

brechma
brechma
cross-reference
a defect of pepper

Breganticus
Breganticus
cross-reference

Breganticus
Breganticus
noun
a Roman cognomen

bregma
bregma
cross-reference
a defect of pepper

Bregmentenus
Bregmentēnus
noun
a people of the Troad

Brenda
Brenda
noun
Brindisi

Brenda
Brenda
cross-reference

Brenni
Brennī
adverb

Brennicus
Brennicus
adjective
of Brennus

Brennus
Brennus
noun
a leader of the Gauls who defeated the Romans at the river Allia

Brennus
Brennus
noun
a people in Rhaetia

Brentesia
Brentēsia
noun
the river Brenta

brephotropheium
brephotrophēīum
noun
a foundling hospital

brephotropheum
brephotrophēum
noun
a foundling hospital

brephotrophus
brephotrophus
noun
one who brings up foundlings

Breucus
Breucus
noun
a people in Pannonia

Breunus
Breunus
noun
a people in Rhaetia

breve
breve
noun
a short catalogue

breve
breve
noun
shallow places

brevi
brevī
adverb
briefly

breviarium
breviārium
noun
a summary

breviarius
breviārius
adjective
abridged

breviatio
breviātiō
noun
a shortening

breviator
breviātor
noun
An abbreviator

breviculus
breviculus
noun
a short writing

breviculus
breviculus
adjective
somewhat short or small

breviloquens
breviloquens
adjective
speaking briefly

breviloquentia
breviloquentia
noun
brevity

breviloquis
breviloquis
cross-reference
short

breviloquium
breviloquium
noun
brevity

breviloquus
breviloquus
cross-reference
short

brevio
breviō
verb
to shorten

brevis
brevis
adjective
short

brevis
brevis
noun
N. cr.

brevis
brevis
noun
a short catalogue

brevitas
brevitās
noun
shortness

breviter
breviter
adverb
shortly

bria
bria
noun
a wine - vessel

Briareius
Briarēius
adjective
of or belonging to Briareus

Briareus
Briareus
noun
the hundred-armed giant

Brietes
Briētēs
noun
a Greek painter

Brigantia
Brigantia
noun
A town in Rhaetia

Briganticus
Briganticus
noun
a Roman cognomen

Brigantinus
Brigantīnus
adjective
The town of Briançon

brigantis
brigantis
noun
a species of small worm in the eyelashes

Brigantis
Brigantis
noun
the most northern and powerful people in Roman Britain

Brigantium
Brigantium
noun
A town in Rhaetia

Brigianus
Brigiānus
noun
an Alpine tribe in Gaul

Brimo
Brīmō
noun
a name of Proserpine

Briniatis
Briniātis
noun
a Ligurian tribe south of the Po

Brinta
Brinta
noun

brisa
brīsa
noun
the refuse grapes after they are pressed

Brisaeus
Brīsaeus
noun
a name of Bacchus

Brisaeuseus
Brīsaeusēus
noun
a name of Bacchus

Briseis
Brīsēis
noun
Hippodamia

Britannia
Britannia
noun
Great Britain

Britannicianus
Britanniciānus
adjective
Britannic

Britannicus
Britannicus
adjective
Great Britain

Britannicus
Britannicus
noun
a cognomen of the conquerors of Britain

Britannis
Britannis
noun
British

Britannus
Britannus
noun
the Britons

Britannus
Britannus
adjective
Great Britain

Brito
Brītō
adjective
A Briton

Britomartis
Britomartis
noun
A Cretan nymph

Brittania
Brittānia
noun
Great Britain

Brittii
Brittiī
adverb

Brittius
Brittius
noun
the Bruttii

Britto
Brittō
adjective
A Briton

Brixellum
Brixellum
noun
a town in Gallia Cisalpina on the Po

Brixentis
Brixentis
noun
a people in Rhaetia

Brixia
Brixia
noun
a town in Gallia Cisalpina

Brixianus
Brixiānus
noun
the Brixians

Brixianus
Brixiānus
adjective
of or pertaining to Brixia

Brixiensis
Brixiensis
adjective
of Brixia

Brixillanus
Brixillānus
adjective
of Brixellum

Brixillum
Brixillum
noun
a town in Gallia Cisalpina on the Po

brocchitas
brocchitās
noun
a projection of the teeth in animals

broccus
broccus
adjective
projecting

brochon
brochon
noun
the gum flowing from the

Brochus
Brochus
noun
a Roman cognomen

brochus, brocchus
brochus, brocchus
adjective
projecting

Brogitarus
Brogitarus
noun
a Gallo - Grecian

bromaticus
brōmaticus
noun
those who loathe food

Brome
Bromē
noun
a nymph who

Bromialis
Bromiālis
adjective
Bromian

Bromie
Bromiē
noun
a nymph who

Bromius
Bromius
noun
a surname of Bacchus

Bromius
Bromius
adjective
of Bacchus

bromos
bromos
noun
oats

bromosus
brōmōsus
adjective
stinking

Bromus
Bromus
noun
a Centaur slain by Caeneus in the contest with the Centaurs

bronchium
bronchium
noun
the bronchial tubes

broncus
broncus
adjective
projecting

broncus
broncus
cross-reference

bronia
bronia
cross-reference

Bronte
Brontē
noun
Thunder

brontea
brontea
noun
the thunderstone

Brontes
Brontēs
noun
a Cyclops who labored in the workshop of Vulcan

brontia
brontia
noun
an epithet of Jupiter

brontia
brontia
cross-reference

Bronton
Bronton
noun
an epithet of Jupiter

Broteas
Broteās
noun
One of the Lapithae

Bruanium
Bruanium
noun
a town in Macedonia

Bruchion
Bruchīon
noun
the royal residence in Alexandria

bruchus
brūchus
noun
a kind of locust without wings

Bructerus
Bructerus
noun

Bructerus
Bructerus
noun
a German people occupying the country between the Rhine

Bruges
Bruges
noun

bruma
brūma
noun
the shortest day in the year

brumalis
brūmālis
adjective
Of or pertaining to the winter solstice

brumaria
brūmāria
noun
a plant

Brunda
Brunda
noun
Brindisi

Brunda
Brunda
noun

Brundisinus
Brundisīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Brundisium

Brundisinus
Brundisīnus
adjective
of Brundisium

Brundisium
Brundisium
noun
Brindisi

Brundusinus
Brundusīnus
adjective
of Brundisium

Brundusium
Brundusium
cross-reference

Brundusium
Brundusium
noun
Brindisi

bruscum
bruscum
noun
an excrescence on the maple-tree

brutesco
brūtescō
verb
to become brutish

Brutianus
Brutiānus
adjective
of the Bruttii

Brutianus
Brutiānus
adjective

Brutianus
Brūtiānus
adjective
of or pertaining to

Brutidius
Brutidius
noun
a Roman name

Brutinus
Brūtīnus
adjective

Brutinus
Brūtīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to Brutus

Brutius
Brutius
noun
the Bruttii

Bruttates
Bruttātes
cross-reference

Bruttates
Bruttātes
noun

Bruttianus
Bruttiānus
adjective
of the Bruttii

Bruttianus
Bruttiānus
noun
a class of servants to the magistrates

Bruttius
Bruttius
noun
a Bruttian

Bruttius
Bruttius
noun
the Bruttii

Bruttius
Bruttius
adjective
of the Bruttii

Bruttus
Bruttus
noun
the Bruttii

Brutus
Brūtus
noun
a Roman cognomen

brutus
brūtus
adjective
heavy

brya
brya
noun
a shrub

Bryanion
Bryanion
cross-reference

Bryanium
Bryanium
noun
a town in Macedonia

Bryaxis
Bryaxis
noun
a Grecian sculptor

Bryazon
Bryazon
noun
a river in Bithynia

Bryazus
Bryazus
noun
the name of a Bithynian god and of his temple

Brygis
Brygis
noun
a people of Macedonia

Bryllion
Bryllion
noun
a town in Mysia

bryon
bryon
noun
Moss

bryonia
bryōnia
noun
a wild vine

bu
bu
cross-reference

bu
bu
cross-reference
a Greek prefix

bua
bua
noun
the natural sound made by infants in asking for their drink

bubalinus
būbalīnus
adjective
pertaining to the African gazelle

bubalion
būbalion
noun
a wild cucumber

bubalus
būbalus
noun
a kind of African stag or gazelle

bubalus
būbalus
adjective
of the gazelle

Bubasis
Būbasis
noun
of Bubassus

Bubassius
Būbassius
adjective
of Bubassus

Bubassus
Būbassus
noun
a town in Caria

Bubastis
Būbastis
noun
A town in Egypt

Bubastites nomos
Būbastītes nomos
expression

Bubastius
Būbastius
adjective
of Bubastis

Bubasus
Būbasus
noun
a town in Caria

Bubeium
Bubeium
noun
a town in Africa

Bubetanus
Bubetānus
noun
a people of Latium

Bubetius
Būbetius
adjective
of or for Bubona

bubile
būbīle
noun
a stall for oxen

bubinare
bubinare
cross-reference

bubleum
bubleum
noun
a kind of wine

bubo
bubō
verb
to cry like a bittern

bubo
būbō
noun
an owl

Bubon
Būbon
noun
a town of Lycia

Bubona
Būbōna
noun
the protecting goddess of cattle among the Romans

bubonion
būbōnion
noun
a plant useful against swellings in the groin

bubonium
būbōnium
noun
a plant useful against swellings in the groin

bubsequa
bubsequa
noun
a neatherd

bubula
būbula
noun
lashes

bubulcarius
bubulcārius
cross-reference
a ploughman

bubulcitor
bubulcitor
verb
to be a herdsman

bubulcitor
bubulcitor
verb
to be a herdsman

bubulcus
bubulcus
noun
one who ploughs with oxen

Bubulcus
Bubulcus
noun
the cognomen of several persons in the gens Junia

bubulinus
būbulīnus
adjective
of cattle

bubulo
būbulō
verb
to cry

bubulus
būbulus
adjective
of or pertaining to cattle or oxen

Buca
Būca
noun
a town in Samnium

bucaeda
būcaeda
noun
one who is whipped with thongs of ox-hide

Bucanus
Būcānus
noun
the inhabitants of Buca

bucardia
būcardia
noun
an unknown precious stone

bucca
bucca
noun
The cheek

buccea
buccea
noun
a morsel

buccella
buccella
noun
a small mouthful

buccellare
buccellāre
noun
a cooking utensil

buccellaris
buccellāris
adjective
meal ground from biscuit

buccellatum
buccellātum
noun
soldiers

buccha
buccha
noun
The cheek

buccina
buccina
noun
a crooked horn or trumpet

buccinator
buccinātor
noun
one who blew the

buccino
buccinō
verb
to blow the

buccinum
buccinum
noun
The sound or blast of a trumpet

buccinus
buccinus
noun
a trumpeter

bucco
buccō
noun
amplif

bucconiatis vitis
bucconiātis vītis
expression
a species of vine in Thurium

buccula
buccula
noun
A little cheek or mouth

buccularius
bucculārius
noun
the maker of beavers for helmets

bucculentus
bucculentus
adjective
having full cheeks or a large mouth

Bucephala
Būcephala
noun
the horse of Alexander the Great

Bucephala
Būcephala
noun
a town in India

Bucephalas
Būcephalās
noun
the horse of Alexander the Great

Bucephale
Būcephalē
noun
a town in India

Bucephalia
Būcephalīa
noun
a town in India

Bucephalos
Būcephalos
noun
a town in India

Bucephalum
Būcephalum
noun
a town in India

Bucephalus
Būcephalus
noun
the horse of Alexander the Great

Bucephalus
Būcephalus
noun
a promontory in the Peloponnesus

buceras
būceras
noun
a plant

bucerius
būcerius
adjective
having the horns of a bullock

bucerius
būcerius
adjective

bucerus
būcerus
adjective
having the horns of a bullock

bucetum
būcētum
noun
a pasture for cattle

bucina
būcina
noun
a crooked horn or trumpet

bucinator
būcinātor
noun
one who blew the

Bucinna
Bucinna
noun
a small island near Sicily

bucino
būcinō
verb
to blow the

bucinum
būcinum
noun
The sound or blast of a trumpet

bucinus
būcinus
noun
a trumpeter

bucitum
būcītum
noun
a pasture for cattle

Bucolicum
Būcolicum
noun
Virgil's pastoral poetry

Bucolicus
Būcolicus
noun
a class of Egyptian soldiers

bucolicus
būcolicus
adjective
pertaining to shepherds

Bucolium
Būcolium
noun
a town in Arcadia

bucranium
būcrānium
noun
oxhead

bucula
būcula
noun
a young cow

bucula
būcula
noun
A little cheek or mouth

buculus
būculus
noun
a young bullock

buda
buda
noun

Budalia
Budalia
noun
a town of Lower Pannonia

Budinus
Būdīnus
noun
a people of Sarmatia

Budua
Budua
cross-reference
Sa. Maria de Bedoza

bufalus
būfalus
noun

bufalus
būfalus
noun

bufo
būfō
noun
a toad

bugillo
būgillō
noun
a plant

buglossa
būglossa
noun
oxtongue

buglossos
būglossos
noun
oxtongue

bugonia
būgonia
noun
the generating of bees from the putrid carcasses of cattle

bulapathum
būlapathum
noun
the herb patience

Bularchus
Būlarchus
noun
an ancient Grecian painter

bulbaceus
bulbāceus
adjective
that has bulbs

bulbatio
bulbātiō
noun
a forming of bulbs

bulbine
bulbīnē
noun
a kind of bulbous plant

bulbos
bulbos
noun
A bulb

bulbosus
bulbōsus
adjective
bulbous

bulbulus
bulbulus
noun
a small bulb

Bulbus
Bulbus
noun
a Roman name

bulbus
bulbus
noun
A bulb

bule
būlē
noun
the

buleuta
būleuta
noun
a councillor

buleuterion
būleutērion
noun
the place where the Greek senate assembled

buleuterium
būleutērium
noun
the place where the Greek senate assembled

bulga
bulga
noun
a leathern knapsack

bulima
būlīma
noun

Bulimio
Būlīmiō
noun
a Roman cognomen

bulimo
būlīmō
verb
to have bulimy or insatiable hunger

bulimosus
būlīmōsus
adjective
afflicted with insatiable hunger

bulimus
būlīmus
noun
great hunger

Bulionis
Buliōnis
noun

bulla
bulla
noun
any object swelling up

bullatio
bullātiō
noun
a bubbling

bullatus
bullātus
adjective
Quickly passing

bullesco
bullescō
verb
to bubble

Bullidenses
Bullidenses
noun

Bullidenses,ienses
Bullidenses,ienses
noun

Bullidensis
Bullidensis
noun

Bullienses
Bullienses
noun

Bullini
Bullīnī
adverb
the inhabitants of Byllis

Bullini
Bullīni
noun

bullio
bulliō
verb
to be in bubbling motion

bullio
bulliō
verb

Bulliones
Bulliōnes
noun

Bullionis
Bulliōnis
noun

Bullis
Bullis
noun
a town in Grecian Illyria

bullitus
bullītus
noun
the bubbling

bullo
bullō
verb
to be in bubbling motion

bullula
bullula
noun
A watery vesicle

bumammus
būmammus
adjective
with large clusters

bumasta
būmasta
noun

bumastus
būmastus
noun

Bumbomachides
Bumbomachidēs
noun
a name formed in ridicule of a boasting soldier

bumelia
būmelia
noun
a kind of ash-tree

bunias
būnias
noun
a kind of Swedish turnip

bunion
būnion
noun
made from bunion

bunitus
būnītus
noun
made from bunion

bupaeda
būpaeda
noun
a huge youth

Bupalus
Būpalus
noun
a statuary of Chios

buphthalmos
būphthalmos
noun
Oxeye

bupleuron
būpleuron
noun
an umbelliferous plant

buprestis
būprestis
noun
A venomous beetle

bura
būra
noun

Bura
Būra
noun
a town in Achaia

bura
būra
noun

burdo
burdō
noun
a mule

burdonarius
burdōnārius
noun
a muledriver

burdunculus
burdunculus
noun
a plant

burdus
burdus
noun
a mule

burgarius
burgārius
noun
inhabitants of a castle

Burgundio
Burgundiō
noun
a Burgundian

Burgundionis
Burgundiōnis
noun
a tribe of Goths

Burgundius
Burgundius
noun
a tribe of Goths

burgus
burgus
noun
a castle

buricus
būricus
noun
a small horse

Buris
Būris
noun
a city of Achaia

buris
būris
noun

Burius
Burius
noun
a German people in the neighborhood of the Marcomanni and Quadi

burius
burius
noun
a species of animal

burra
burra
noun
A small cow with a red mouth or muzzle

burra
burra
noun
trifles

burranica potio
burrānica pōtiō
expression
a drink composed of milk and must

burranicum
burrānicum
noun
a kind of vessel

burrhinon
burrhinon
noun
a plant

burrichus
burrichus
noun
a small horse

burricus
burricus
noun
a small horse

burrio
burriō
verb
to swarm

Burrus
Burrus
cross-reference

burrus
burrus
adjective
red

Bursaonensis
Bursaōnensis
noun
a people of

Bursaonis
Bursaōnis
noun

Bursavonensis
Bursavōnensis
noun

Burus
Burus
noun
a German people in the neighborhood of the Marcomanni and Quadi

buselinum
būselīnum
noun
a plant

busequa
būsequa
cross-reference

busequa
būsequa
noun
a neatherd

Busiris
Būsīris
noun
a king of Egypt

bustar
bustar
noun
a place where dead bodies were burned

busticetum
busticētum
noun
a place where dead bodies were burned

bustirapus
bustirapus
noun
a robber of tombs

bustualis
bustuālis
adjective
of or pertaining to the place where dead bodies were burned

bustuarius
bustuārius
adjective
of or pertaining to the place where dead bodies were burned

bustum
bustum
noun
the place where the bodies of the dead were burned and buried

buteo
būteō
noun
a kind of falcon or hawk

Butes
Būtēs
noun
Son of Amycus

Buthrotius
Būthrōtius
adjective
of Buthrotum

Buthrotius
Būthrōtius
noun
the inhabitants of Buthrotum

Buthrotos
Būthrōtos
noun
a town on the coast of Epirus

Buthrotum
Būthrōtum
noun
a town on the coast of Epirus

buthysia
būthysia
noun
a sacrifice of oxen

Buticus
Būticus
adjective
of Butos

Buticus
Būticus
cross-reference

butio
būtiō
noun
a bittern

butio
butiō
verb

Butoa
Būtoa
noun
a small island near Crete

Butoridas
Būtoridās
noun
a Greek writer on the Pyramids of Egypt

Butos
Būtos
noun
the chief city of the

Butrotus
Butrōtus
noun
a river of Bruttia

buttuti
buttutī
interjection

butubatta
butubatta
cross-reference
trifles

Butuntinensis
Butuntinensis
noun
Bitonte

Butuntum
Butuntum
noun
a town of Calabria

butyron
butyron
noun

butyrum
būtȳrum
noun

butyrum
būtyrum
noun

buvinare
buvinare
cross-reference

buxans
buxans
adjective
of the color of boxwood

Buxentinus
Buxentīnus
adjective
of Buxentum

Buxentius
Buxentius
adjective

Buxentum
Buxentum
noun
a town in Lucania

buxetum
buxētum
noun
a plantation of boxwood

buxeus
buxeus
adjective
Of or pertaining to the boxwood-tree

buxifer
buxifer
adjective
bearing box-trees

buxosus
buxōsus
adjective
like boxwood

buxum
buxum
noun
the wood of the boxtree

buxus
buxus
noun
the pale

Buza
Buza
noun
a people of India

Buzerus
Buzērus
noun
a people of Pontus

Buzyges
Būzygēs
noun
an ancient Athenian hero

bybliotheca
bybliothēca
cross-reference

Byblis
Byblis
noun
a daughter of Miletus and Cyanee

Byblos
Byblos
noun
a very ancient town in Phaenicia celebrated for the worship of Adonis

Byblus
Byblus
noun
a very ancient town in Phaenicia celebrated for the worship of Adonis

Byllis
Byllis
noun
a town in Grecian Illyria

byrrus
byrrus
adjective

Byrsa
Byrsa
noun
the citadel of Carthage

Byrsicus
Byrsicus
adjective
Byrsic

byssinum
byssinum
noun
a garment of byssus

byssinus
byssinus
adjective
made of byssus

byssum
byssum
noun
cotton

byssus
byssus
noun
cotton

Bythios
Bythios
noun
one of the Aeons of Valentinus

Bythos
Bythos
noun
one of the Aeons of Valentinus

Byzacenus
Bȳzācēnus
noun
the inhabitants of Byzacium

Byzacenus
Bȳzācēnus
adjective
of Byzacium

Byzacium
Bȳzācium
noun
a province in

Byzacius
Bȳzācius
adjective

Byzantiacus
Bȳzantiacus
adjective
of Byzantium

Byzantinus
Bȳzantīnus
adjective

Byzantium
Bȳzantium
noun
a city in Thrace

Byzantius
Bȳzantius
adjective
of Byzantium

Byzantius
Bȳzantius
noun
the inhabitants of Byzantium

 
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