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caballus
caballus
noun
a nag

cachinnatio
cachinnātiō
noun
violent laughter

cachinno
cachinnō
verb
to laugh aloud

cachinnus
cachinnus
noun
a loud laugh

caco
cacō
verb
to go to stool

cacoethes
cacoēthes
noun
a bad habit

cacumen
cacūmen
noun
an extremity

cacumino
cacūminō
verb
to make pointed

cadaver
cadāver
noun
a dead body

cadaverosus
cadāverōsus
adjective
like a corpse

Cadmeis
Cadmēis
noun
of Cadmus

Cadmeus
Cadmēus
adjective
of Cadmus

cado
cadō
verb
to fall

caduceator
cādūceātor
noun
a bearer of a caduceus

caduceus
cādūceus
noun
a herald's staff (orig. an olive branch)

caducifer
cādūcifer
noun
bearing a herald's staff

caducus
cadūcus
adjective
that falls

cadurcum
cadurcum
noun
[properly] of the Cadurci (in Gaul)

cadus
cadus
noun
a large vessel for liquids

caecitas
caecitās
noun
blindness

caeco
caecō
verb
to make blind

Caecubus
Caecubus
adjective
of Caecubum (a plain of Lacium famous for wine)

caecus
caecus
adjective
not seeing

caedes
caedēs
noun
a cutting-down

caedo
caedō
verb
to cut

caelamen
caelāmen
noun
a bass-relief

caelator
caelātor
noun
an artisan in bassorelievo

caelatus
caelātus
participle
p. of caelo

caelebs
caelebs
adjective
unmarried

caeles
caeles
adjective
heavenly

caelestis
caelestis
adjective
of heaven

caelicola
caelicola
noun
a deity

caelifer
caelifer
adjective
supporting the heavens

caelo
caelō
verb
to engrave in relief

caelum
caelum
noun
the sky

caementum
caementum
noun
an unhewn stone

caena
caena
cross-reference

caenaculum
caenāculum
cross-reference

caeno
caenō
cross-reference

caenosus
caenōsus
adjective
muddy

caenum
caenum
noun
dirt

caepe
caepe
noun
an onion

caeremonia
caeremōnia
noun
a religious usage

Caeres
Caeres
adjective
of Caere

caerimonia
caerimōnia
noun
a religious usage

caeruleus
caeruleus
adjective
like the sky

caerulum
caerulum
noun
the depths of the sea

caerulus
caerulus
adjective
azure

caesaries
caesariēs
noun
the hair

caesim
caesim
adverb
by cutting (in battle)

caesius
caesius
adjective
cutting

caespes
caespes
noun
a turf

caestus
caestus
noun
a gauntlet

caesus
caesus
participle
p. of caedo

caetra
caetra
noun
a short Spanish shield

caetratus
caetrātus
adjective
armed with a caetra

calamister
calamister
noun
a tube of iron for curling the hair

calamistratus
calamistrātus
adjective
curled with the curling-iron

calamitas
calamitās
noun
loss

calamitose
calamitōsē
adverb
unfortunately

calamitosus
calamitōsus
adjective
causing loss

calamus
calamus
noun
a reed

calathiscus
calathiscus
noun
a small wicker-basket

calathus
calathus
noun
a wicker-basket

calcar
calcar
noun
a spur

calcatus
calcātus
participle
p. of calco

calceamentum
calceāmentum
noun
a shoe

calceo
calceō
verb
to furnish with shoes

calceolus
calceolus
noun
a little shoe

calceus
calceus
noun
a shoe

calciamentum
calciāmentum
noun
a shoe

calciamentum
calciāmentum
cross-reference

calcio
calciō
cross-reference

calcitro
calcitrō
verb
to kick

calco
calcō
verb
to tread

calculus
calculus
noun
a small stone

caldior
caldior
cross-reference

caldus
caldus
cross-reference

caldus
caldus
adjective
warm

calefacio
calefaciō
verb
to make warm

calefacto
calefactō
verb
to heat

calefactus
calefactus
cross-reference

caleficio
caleficiō
verb
to make warm

calefio
calefīō
cross-reference

Calenda
Calenda
noun
the day of proclamation

caleo
caleō
verb
to be warm

calesco
calēscō
verb
to grow warm

calfacio
calfaciō
verb
to make warm

calficio
calficiō
verb
to make warm

caliandrum
caliandrum
noun
a high head-dress of false hair

caliandrum
caliandrum
cross-reference

calidus
calidus
adjective
warm

caliendrum
caliendrum
noun
a high head-dress of false hair

caliga
caliga
noun
a shoe of leather

caligatus
caligātus
adjective
wearing soldiers' boots

caliginosus
cālīginōsus
adjective
misty

caligo
cālīgō
noun
a thick air

caligo
cālīgō
verb
to steam

calix
calix
noun
a cup

calleo
calleō
verb
to be callous

callide
callidē
adverb
skilfully

calliditas
calliditās
noun
shrewdness

callidus
callidus
adjective
practised

callis
callis
noun
a stony footway

callosus
callōsus
adjective
hard-skinned

callum
callum
noun
a hard skin

calo
cālō
noun
a servant in the army

calo
cālō
verb
to call together

calor
calor
noun
warmth

caltha
caltha
noun
a yellow flower

calumnia
calumnia
noun
trickery

calumniator
calumniātor
noun
a trickster

calumnior
calumnior
verb
to accuse falsely

calva
calva
noun
the scalp

calvitium
calvitium
noun
baldness

calvus
calvus
adjective
bald

calx
calx
noun
the heel

calx
calx
noun
limestone

camara
camara
noun
a boat with arched deck (in Pontus)

camella
camella
noun
a goblet

camelus
camēlus
noun
a camel

Camena
Camēna
noun
a Muse

camera
camera
noun
a vault

camerinus
camerīnus
cross-reference
a cognomen in the Sulpician gens

Camerinus
Camerīnus
cross-reference
a cognomen in the Sulpician gens

caminus
camīnus
noun
a furnace

cammarus
cammarus
noun
a lobster

campester
campester
adjective
of a level field

campus
campus
noun
a plain

camur
camur
adjective
crooked

camus
cāmus
noun
a curb

canalis
canālis
noun
a pipe

cancelli
cancellī
noun
a lattice

cancer
cancer
noun
a crab

candela
candēla
noun
a wax-light

candelabrum
candēlābrum
noun
a candlestick

candens
candēns
adjective
shining

candeo
candeō
verb
to be brilliant

candesco
candēscō
verb
to become bright

candidatorius
candidātōrius
adjective
of a candidate for office

candidatus
candidātus
noun
a candidate for office (clothed in a white toga)

candidulus
candidulus
adjective
shining white

candidus
candidus
adjective
shining white

candor
candor
noun
a dazzling whiteness

canens
cānēns
adjective
gray

caneo
cāneō
verb
to be gray

canephoros
canēphoros
noun
[nom. plur. oe acc. o_s] a basket-carrier

canesco
cānēscō
verb
to become hoary

canicula
canīcula
noun
the dog - star

caninius
caninius
cross-reference
a Roman gens

Caninius
Caninius
cross-reference
a Roman gens

caninus
canīnus
adjective
of a dog

canis
canis
noun
a dog

canistrum
canistrum
noun
a basket of reeds

canities
cānitiēs
noun
[poet. and late] a gray color

canna
canna
noun
a reed

Cannensis
Cannēnsis
adjective
Cannensian

cano
canō
verb
i. [intransitively] to utter melodious notes

canor
canor
noun
tune

canorus
canōrus
adjective
of melody

cantamen
cantāmen
noun
an incantation

canterius
cantērius
cross-reference

canterius
cantērius
noun
a gelding

cantharis
cantharis
noun
the Spanish fly

cantharus
cantharus
noun
a wide drinking-vessel with handles

cantherius
canthērius
noun
a gelding

canticum
canticum
noun
[in comedy] a musical monologue

cantilena
cantilēna
noun
a hackneyed song

cantio
cantiō
noun
an incantation

cantito
cantitō
verb
to sing often

cantiuncula
cantiuncula
noun
an alluring strain

canto
cantō
verb
[i. Intrans. of men] to produce melodious sounds

cantor
cantor
noun
a singer

cantus
cantus
noun
a musical utterance

canus
cānus
adjective
white

capacitas
capācitās
noun
space for holding

capax
capāx
adjective
containing much

capedo
capēdō
noun
a bowl used in sacrifices

capeduncula
capēduncula
noun
a small dish used in sacrifices

capella
capella
noun
a she-goat

caper
caper
noun
a he-goat

capesso
capessō
verb
to seize eagerly

capillatus
capillātus
adjective
having hair

capillus
capillus
noun
[collectively] the hair of the head

capio
capiō
verb
to take in hand

capis
capis
noun
a bowl with one handle

capistratus
capistrātus
adjective
harnessed

capistrum
capistrum
noun
a halter

capital
capital
noun
a capital offence

capitale
capitāle
noun
(late for capital)

capitalis
capitālis
adjective
of the head

capito
capitō
noun
one that has a large head

Capitolinus
Capitōlīnus
adjective
of the Capitol

Capitolium
Capitōlium
noun
the Capitol

capitulatim
capitulātim
adverb
by heads

capitulum
capitulum
noun
a little head

cappedo
cappēdō
noun
a bowl used in sacrifices

capra
capra
noun
a she-goat

caprea
caprea
noun
a wild she-goat

capreolus
capreolus
noun
a wild goat

Capricornus
Capricornus
noun
capricorn

caprificus
caprifīcus
noun
the wild figtree

caprigenus
caprigenus
adjective
of the goat kind

caprimulgus
caprimulgus
noun
a milker of goats

caprinus
caprīnus
adjective
of goats

capripes
capripēs
adjective
goat-footed (poet.)

capsa
capsa
noun
a repository

capsula
capsula
noun
a small box

capta
capta
noun
a female captive

captatio
captātiō
noun
a reaching after

captator
captātor
noun
one who eagerly reaches after

captio
captiō
noun
a deceiving

captiose
captiōsē
adverb
insidiously

captiosus
captiōsus
adjective
fallacious

captiuncula
captiuncula
noun
a quirk

captiva
captīva
noun
a female captive

captivitas
captīvitās
noun
servitude

captivos
captīvos
adjective
taken prisoner

captivus
captīvus
adjective
taken prisoner

capto
captō
verb
to strive to seize

captus
captus
noun
a prisoner

captus
captus
noun
comprehension

capudo
capūdō
noun
a bowl used in sacrifices

capudo
capūdō
cross-reference

capulus
capulus
noun
that which is grasped

caput
caput
noun
the head

carbaseus
carbaseus
adjective
of carbasus

carbasum
carbasum
noun
fine flax

carbasus
carbasus
noun
fine flax

carbatinus
carbatinus
adjective
of coarse leather

carbo
carbō
noun
a coal

carbunculus
carbunculus
noun
a small coal

carcer
carcer
noun
a prison

carchesium
carchēsium
noun
a Greek drinking - cup

Cardax
Cardax
noun
a class of Persian soldiers

cardiacus
cardiacus
adjective
of the heart

cardo
cardō
noun
a hinge

carduus
cārduus
noun
the thistle

care
cārē
adverb
dearly

carectum
cārectum
noun
a field of rushes

careo
careō
verb
to lack

carex
cārex
noun
a reed grass

Carica
Cārica
noun
a dried fig

caries
cariēs
noun
decay

carina
carīna
noun
a keel (of a ship)

Carina
Carīna
noun
the Keels

cariosus
cariōsus
adjective
full of decay

caris
cāris
noun
a kind of sea-crab

caristia
caristia
cross-reference
a family festival

caristium
caristium
noun
a festival of family peace

caritas
cāritās
noun
dearness

carmen
carmen
noun
a song

Carmentalis
Carmentālis
adjective
of Carmentis

Carmentis
Carmentis
noun
a goddess of prophecy

carnifex
carnifex
noun
an executioner

carnificina
carnificīna
noun
the rack

carnifico
carnificō
verb
to cut to pieces

carnis
carnis
noun
flesh

carnufex
carnufex
noun
an executioner

carnuficina
carnuficīna
noun
the rack

caro
carō
noun
flesh

carpatinus
carpatinus
adjective
of coarse leather

carpentum
carpentum
noun
a carriage

carpo
carpō
verb
to pick

carptim
carptim
adverb
by pieces

carptor
carptor
noun
a carver

carrus
carrus
noun
a wagon for freight

carta
carta
noun
a leaf of the Egyptian papyrus

cartula
cartula
noun
a little paper

caruncula
caruncula
cross-reference
a bit of flesh

carus
cārus
adjective
dear

casa
casa
noun
a small house

cascus
cascus
adjective
old

caseus
cāseus
noun
cheese

casia
casia
noun
wild cinnamon

cassida
cassida
noun
a helmet (of metal)

cassis
cassis
noun
a hunting-net

cassis
cassis
noun
a helmet of metal

cassus
cassus
adjective
empty

Castalia
Castalia
noun
a fountain on Parnassus

Castalius
Castalius
adjective
castalian

castanea
castanea
noun
the chestnut-tree

caste
castē
adverb
purely

castellanus
castellānus
adjective
of a fort

castellatim
castellātim
adverb
in fortresses

castellum
castellum
noun
a castle

castigatio
castīgātiō
noun
a correcting

castigator
castīgātōr
noun
a corrector

castigatus
castīgātus
adjective
small

castigo
castīgō
verb
to set right

castimonia
castimōnia
noun
purity of morals

castitas
castitās
noun
purity

castor
castor
noun
the castor

castoreum
castoreum
noun
castoreum

castrensis
castrēnsis
adjective
of the camp

castro
castrō
verb
to emasculate

castrum
castrum
noun
a military camp

castus
castus
adjective
morally pure

casu
cāsū
adverb
by chance

casula
casula
noun
a cottage

casus
cāsus
noun
a falling

catagraphus
catagraphus
adjective
painted

Catamitus
Catamītus
noun
ganymede

cataphractes
cataphractēs
noun
a coat of mail with iron scales

cataphractus
cataphractus
adjective
mailed

cataplus
cataplūs
noun
a landing

catapulta
catapulta
noun
an engine for hurling missiles

cataracta
cataracta
noun
a drawbridge

catasta
catasta
noun
a scaffold

cate
catē
adverb
sagaciously

cateia
catēia
noun
a barbed spear

catella
catella
noun
a female puppy

catella
catēlla
noun
a little chain

catellus
catellus
noun
a little dog

catena
catēna
noun
a chain

catenatus
catēnātus
adjective
chained

caterva
caterva
noun
a crowd

catervatim
catervātim
adverb
in companies

cathedra
cathedra
noun
a chair

catillus
catillus
noun
a small dish

catinus
catīnus
noun
a deep vessel of earthenware

catonium
catōnium
noun
the lower world (in a play on the name Cato)

catula
catula
noun
a young or small female dog

catulus
catulus
noun
a young animal

catus
catus
adjective
clear-sighted

cauda
cauda
noun
a tail

caudex
caudex
noun
a trunk of a tree

caula
caula
noun
a passage

caulis
caulis
noun
a stalk

caupo
caupō
noun
shopkeeper

caupona
caupōna
noun
a retail shop

cauponor
caupōnor
verb
to traffic in

cauponula
caupōnula
noun
a small inn

Caurus
Caurus
noun
the northwest wind

causa
causa
noun
a cause

causarius
causārius
noun
in the army

causidicus
causidicus
noun
a pleader

causor
causor
verb
to allege as a reason

caussa
caussa
cross-reference

caussa
caussa
noun
a cause

causula
causula
noun
a petty lawsuit

caute
cautē
adverb
cautiously

cautes
cautēs
noun
a pointed rock

cautim
cautim
adverb
cautiously

cautio
cautiō
noun
wariness

cautis
cautis
noun
a pointed rock

cautor
cautor
noun
an insurer

cautus
cautus
adjective
careful

cavatus
cavātus
adjective
hollow (poet.)

cavea
cavea
noun
an enclosure

caveo
caveō
verb
to be on one's guard

caverna
caverna
noun
a hollow

cavillatio
cavillātiō
noun
a jeering

cavillator
cavillātor
noun
a jester

cavillor
cavillor
verb
to jeer

cavo
cavō
verb
to make hollow

cavus
cavus
adjective
hollow

CCCC
CCCC
adverb
four hundred times

cccc
cccc
adverb
four hundred times

cedo
cēdō
verb
to go from

cedo
cedo
interjection
[plur. cette old imper] hither with it

cedrus
cedrus
noun
the cedar

Celaeno
Celaenō
noun
one of the Harpies

celatus
cēlātus
participle
p. of celo

celeber
celeber
adjective
frequented

celebratio
celebrātiō
noun
a numerous assemblage

celebratus
celebrātus
adjective
frequented

celebritas
celebritās
noun
a great number

celebro
celebrō
verb
to frequent

celer
celer
adjective
swift

Celeres
Celerēs
noun
the knights

celeripes
celeripēs
adjective
swift of foot

celeritas
celeritās
noun
swiftness

celeriter
celeriter
adverb
quickly

celeriuscule
celeriuscule
adverb
rather too quickly

celero
celerō
verb
to quicken

cella
cella
noun
a place of concealment

cello
cellō
verb
to strike

cello
cellō
verb
to rise

cellula
cellula
noun
a small store-room

celo
cēlō
verb
to hide from

celox
celōx
noun
a swift-sailing ship

celsus
celsus
adjective
raised

cena
cēna
noun
a dinner

cenaculum
cēnāculum
noun
an upper story

cenatio
cēnātiō
noun
a dining-room

cenatus
cēnātus
cross-reference
p. of ceno

cenito
cēnitō
verb
to dine often

ceno
cēnō
verb
to dine

censeo
cēnseō
verb
to tax

censor
cēnsor
noun
the title of a Roman magistrate

censorius
cēnsōrius
adjective
of the censor

censura
cēnsura
noun
the office of censor

census
cēnsus
noun
a registering of citizens and property by the censors

census
cēnsus
participle
p. of censeo

centaureum
centaurēum
noun
centaurus

Centaureus
Centaurēus
adjective
of the Centaurs

Centaurus
Centaurus
noun
a Centaur

Centaurus
Centaurus
noun
the ship Centaur

centenus
centēnus
adjective
one hundred times

centesimus
centēsimus
adjective
the hundredth

centiceps
centiceps
adjective
hundred-headed

centiens
centiēns
adverb
a hundred times

centies
centiēs
adverb
a hundred times

centimanus
centimanus
adjective
[poetic] with a hundred hands

cento
centō
noun
a rag cushion

centum
centum
adjective
a hundred

centumgeminus
centumgeminus
adjective
of multiple form

centumvir
centumvir
noun
the hundred men

centumviralis
centumvirālis
adjective
of the centumviri

centunculus
centunculus
noun
a cloth of many colors

centuria
centuria
noun
a division of a hundred

centuriatim
centuriātim
adverb
by companies

centuriatus
centuriātus
noun
the office of centurion

centuriatus
centuriātus
adjective
divided into centuries

centuriatus
centuriātus
noun
a division into centuries

centurio
centuriō
noun
a commander of a century

centurio
centuriō
verb
to divide into centuries

centurionatus
centurionātus
noun
an election of centurions

cenula
cēnula
noun
a little dinner

cepa
cēpa
cross-reference

cepe
cēpe
noun
an onion

cera
cēra
noun
wax

Ceramicus
Ceramīcus
noun
(of potters)

cerarium
cērārium
noun
a seal-tax

cerastes
cerastēs
noun
a horned serpent

cerasus
cerasus
noun
a cherry-tree

ceratus
cērātus
adjective
covered with wax

Cerberos
Cerberos
noun
in fable

Cerberus
Cerberus
noun
in fable

cercopithecus
cercopithēcus
noun
a longtailed ape

cercurus
cercūrus
noun
a light vessel (of Cyprus)

cerdo
cerdō
noun
a workman of the lowest class

Cerealis
Cereālis
adjective
of Ceres

cerebrosus
cerebrōsus
adjective
hot-headed

cerebrum
cerebrum
noun
the brain

cereroqui
cērerōquī
adverb
for the rest

Ceres
Cerēs
noun
the daughter of Saturn

cereus
cēreus
adjective
waxen

cereus
cēreus
noun
a wax-light

cerimonia
cērimōnia
noun
a religious usage

cerintha
cērintha
noun
the wax-flower

cerno
cernō
verb
to separate

cernuus
cernuus
adjective
stooping forwards

cero
cērō
cross-reference

ceroma
cērōma
noun
an ointment for wrestlers

ceromaticus
cērōmaticus
adjective
smeared with wax ointment

cerritus
cerrītus
adjective
crazed

certamen
certāmen
noun
a decisive contest

certatim
certātim
adverb
in rivalry

certatio
certātiō
noun
a competition

certe
certē
adverb
really

certo
certō
adverb
with certainty

certo
certō
verb
to match

certum
certum
adverb
see certus

certum
certum
noun
and

certus
certus
adjective
determined

cerula
cērula
noun
a bit of wax used in erasing

cerussa
cērussa
noun
white-lead

cerussatus
cērussātus
adjective
colored with white lead

cerva
cerva
noun
a hind

cervical
cervīcal
noun
a pillow

cervicula
cervīcula
noun
a small neck

cervinus
cervīnus
adjective
of a deer

cervix
cervīx
noun
a head-joint

cervus
cervus
noun
a stag

cespes
cēspes
cross-reference

cessatio
cessātiō
noun
inactivity

cessator
cessātor
noun
a loiterer

cessio
cessiō
noun
[in law] a giving up

cesso
cessō
verb
to be remiss

cestrosphendone
cestrosphendonē
noun
a military engine for hurling stones

cetarium
cētārium
noun
a fish-pond

cetarius
cētārius
adjective
of seafish

cete
cētē
cross-reference

cetera
cētera
adverb
for the rest

ceterum
cēterum
adverb
for the rest

ceterum
cēterum
noun
see ceterus

ceterus
cēterus
adjective
the other

cetos
cētos
noun
a sea-monster

cetra
cētra
cross-reference

cetra
cētra
noun
a short Spanish shield

cetratus
cētrātus
cross-reference

cette
cette
interjection
[plur. cette old imper] hither with it

ceu
ceu
adverb
as

ceveo
ceveō
verb
to move the haunches

chalcaspis
chalcaspis
noun
with brazen shields (a division of the Macedonian army)

Chaldaeus
Chaldaeus
adjective
chaldaean

chalybeius
chalybēius
adjective
of steel

chalybs
chalybs
noun
steel

channe
channē
noun
a sea fish

chaos
chaos
noun
the unformed world

chara
chara
noun
a wild cabbage

charistium
charistium
noun
a festival of family peace

Charites
Charites
noun
the Charites

Charon
Charōn
noun
the ferryman of the Lower World

charta
charta
noun
a leaf of the Egyptian papyrus

chartula
chartula
noun
a little paper

Charybdis
Charybdis
noun
a whirlpool between Italy and Sicily

Chela
Chēla
noun
the arms (of Scorpio

chelydrus
chelydrus
noun
a fetid waterserpent

chelys
chelys
noun
(tortoise)

cheragra
cheragra
noun
gout in the hand

chiliarches
chīliarchēs
noun
a commander of 1000

chiliarchus
chīliarchus
noun
(commander of 1000)

Chimaera
Chimaera
noun
a fabulous monster

Chimaerifera
Chimaerifera
noun
producing the Chimaera

chiragra
chīragra
noun
gout in the hand

chirographum
chīrographum
noun
a handwriting

chironomon
chīronomōn
noun
moving the hands significantly

chirurgia
chīrūrgia
noun
surgery

Chius
Chīus
adjective
chian

chlamydatus
chlamydātus
adjective
in a military cloak

chlamys
chlamys
noun
a Grecian upper garment of wool

choragium
chorāgium
noun
[properly] stage apparatus

choraules
choraulēs
noun
a flute-player

chorda
chorda
noun
catgut

chorea
chorea
noun
a dance in a ring

chorea
chorēa
noun
a dance in a ring

choreus
chorēus
noun
a choree

chorius
chorīus
noun
a choree

chorus
chorus
noun
a dance in a ring

chromis
chromis
noun
a sea-fish

chrysolithos
chrȳsolithos
noun
chrysolite

chrysophrys
chrȳsophrȳs
noun
a sea-fish with a golden spot over each eye

cibarium
cibārium
noun
food

cibarius
cibārius
adjective
given as rations

ciborium
cibōrium
noun
a drinking-cup

cibus
cibus
noun
food

cicada
cicāda
noun
the cicada

cicatrix
cicātrīx
noun
a scar

cicer
cicer
noun
the chickpea

cichoreum
cichorēum
noun
chiccory

ciconia
cicōnia
noun
a stork

cicur
cicur
adjective
tame

cicuta
cicūta
noun
hemlock

cidaris
cidaris
noun
a diadem

cieo
cieō
verb
to cause to go

cilicium
cilicium
noun
a covering

Cilissa
Cilissa
noun
Cilician

Cilix
Cilix
adjective
cilician

cimex
cīmex
noun
a bug

cinaedus
cinaedus
noun
one who practises unnatural lust

cincinnatus
cincinnātus
adjective
with curled hair

cincinnus
cincinnus
noun
curled hair

cinctus
cīnctus
noun
a girding

cinctus
cīnctus
participle
[p. of cingo]

cinctutus
cīnctūtus
adjective
[rare] girded

cinerarius
cinerārius
noun
a hair-curler

cingo
cingō
verb
to go around

cingulum
cingulum
noun
a girdle

cingulus
cingulus
noun
[properly] a girdle

ciniflo
ciniflō
noun
a hair-curler

cinis
cinis
noun
ashes

cinnamon
cinnamon
noun
cinnamon

cinnamum
cinnamum
noun
cinnamon

cippus
cippus
noun
[properly] a pale

circa
circā
preposition
[in space] about

circa
circā
adverb
around

circamoerium
circāmoerium
noun
the space about a wall

Circe
Circē
noun
daughter of the Sun

Circensis
Circēnsis
adjective
of the Circus

circino
circinō
verb
to make round

circinus
circinus
noun
a pair of compasses

circiter
circiter
preposition
[of time] about

circiter
circiter
adverb
[of duration or distance with numerals] about

circlus
circlus
cross-reference

circueo
circueō
verb
to go around

circueo
circueō
cross-reference

circuitio
circuitiō
cross-reference

circuitio
circuitiō
noun
a going round

circuitus
circuitus
noun
a going round

circuitus
circuitus
participle
p. of circumeo

circulator
circulātor
noun
a peddler

circulor
circulor
verb
to form a circle

circulus
circulus
noun
a circular figure

circum
circum
preposition
around

circum
circum
adverb
around

circumago
circumagō
verb
to drive in a circle

circumaro
circumarō
verb
to plough around

circumcido
circumcīdō
verb
to cut around

circumcisus
circumcīsus
adjective
cut around

circumcludo
circumclūdō
verb
to shut in

circumcolo
circumcolō
verb
to dwell round about

circumcurso
circumcursō
verb
[freq] to run around

circumdo
circumdō
verb
to place around

circumduco
circumdūcō
verb
to lead around

circumeo
circumeō
verb
to go around

circumequito
circumequitō
verb
to ride around

circumfero
circumferō
verb
to bear round

circumflecto
circumflectō
verb
to bend

circumflo
circumflō
verb
to blow around

circumfluo
circumfluō
verb
to flow around

circumfluus
circumfluus
adjective
flowing around

circumforaneus
circumforāneus
adjective
around the forum

circumfundo
circumfundō
verb
to pour around

circumgemo
circumgemō
verb
to roar around

circumgesto
circumgestō
verb
to carry around

circumgredior
circumgredior
verb
to go about

circumiaceo
circumiaceō
verb
to lie around

circumiciicio
circumiciiciō
verb
to throw around

circumicio
circumiciō
verb
to throw around

circumiectus
circumiectus
adjective
lying around

circumiectus
circumiectus
noun
a casting around

circumiicio
circumiiciō
cross-reference

circum inicio
circum iniciō
verb
to throw up all around

circumitio
circumitiō
noun
a going round

circumitus
circumitus
noun
a going round

circumligo
circumligō
verb
to bind to

circumlitus
circumlitus
cross-reference
p.

circumluo
circumluō
verb
to flow around

circumluvio
circumluviō
noun
the formation of an island (by floods)

circummitto
circummittō
verb
to send around

circummunio
circummūniō
verb
to wall around

circummunitio
circummūnītiō
noun
an investing

circumpadanus
circumpadānus
adjective
about the Po

circumplaudo
circumplaudō
verb
to applaud all around

circumplector
circumplector
verb
to clasp

circumplico
circumplicō
verb
to wind around

circumpono
circumpōnō
verb
to set around

circumpotatio
circumpōtātiō
noun
a drinking around

circumretitus
circumrētitus
adjective
enclosed with a net

circumrodo
circumrōdō
verb
to gnaw around

circumsaepio
circumsaepiō
verb
to hedge round

circumscindo
circumscindō
verb
to rend around

circumscribo
circumscrībō
verb
to encircle

circumscripte
circumscrīptē
adverb
in periods

circumscriptio
circumscrīptiō
noun
a boundary

circumscriptor
circumscrīptor
noun
a defrauder

circumscriptus
circumscrīptus
adjective
[in rhetoric] in periods

circumseco
circumsecō
verb
to cut around

circumsedeo
circumsedeō
verb
to sit around

circumsepio
circumsēpiō
cross-reference

circumsessio
circumsessiō
noun
a hostile encompassing

circumsessus
circumsessus
participle
p. of circumsedeo

circumsido
circumsīdō
verb
to besiege

circumsilio
circumsiliō
verb
to leap around

circumsisto
circumsistō
verb
[in perf. like circumsto] to take one's stand around

circumsono
circumsonō
verb
to sound

circumsonus
circumsonus
adjective
sounding around

circumspectio
circumspectiō
noun
foresight

circumspecto
circumspectō
verb
to look about with attention

circumspectus
circumspectus
noun
a looking about

circumspectus
circumspectus
adjective
well considered

circumspicio
circumspiciō
verb
to look about

circumsto
circumstō
verb
[in perf. like circumsisto] to stand around

circumstrepo
circumstrepō
verb
to make a noise around

circumtero
circumterō
verb
to crowd around

circumtextus
circumtextus
adjective
woven around

circumtono
circumtonō
verb
to thunder around

circumvado
circumvādō
verb
to attack on every side

circumvagus
circumvagus
adjective
wandering about

circumvallo
circumvāllō
verb
to surround with a wall

circumvectio
circumvectiō
noun
a carrying around

circumvector
circumvector
verb
to ride about

circumvehor
circumvehor
verb
to ride around

circumvelo
circumvēlō
verb
to veil

circumvenio
circumveniō
verb
to come around

circumverto
circumvertō
verb
to turn around

circumvestio
circumvestiō
verb
to clothe

circumvolito
circumvolitō
verb
to fly around

circumvolo
circumvolō
verb
to fly around

circumvolvo
circumvolvō
verb
to roll around

circus
circus
noun
a circular line

ciris
cīris
noun
a sea - bird

cirrus
cirrus
noun
a lock

cis
cis
preposition
on this side

Cisalpinus
Cisalpīnus
adjective
on this side of the Alps

cisium
cisium
noun
a light two-wheeled vehicle

Cisrhenanus
Cisrhēnānus
adjective
on this side of the Rhine

cista
cista
noun
a woven basket

cistella
cistella
noun
a small chest

cisterna
cisterna
noun
a cistern (for water)

cistophoros
cistophoros
noun
an Asiatic coin stamped with a cista

cistophorus
cistophorus
noun
an Asiatic coin stamped with a cista

citatus
citātus
adjective
quick

citerior
citerior
adjective
on this side

cithara
cithara
noun
the cithara

citharista
citharista
noun
a player on the cithara

citharistria
citharistria
noun
a female player on the cithara

citharizo
citharīzō
verb
to play on the cithara

citharoedus
citharoedus
noun
one who sings to the accompaniment of the cithara

citimus
citimus
cross-reference

cito
cito
adverb
quickly

cito
citō
verb
to put in quick motion

cito
citō
adverb
quickly

citra
citrā
adverb
on this side

citra
citrā
preposition
on this side of

citreus
citreus
adjective
of the citrus-tree

citro
citrō
adverb
to this side

citus
citus
adjective
quick

civicus
cīvicus
adjective
of citizens

civilis
cīvīlis
adjective
civil

civiliter
cīvīliter
adverb
citizen-like

civis
cīvis
noun
a citizen

civitas
cīvitās
noun
the condition of a citizen

clades
clādēs
noun
destruction

cladis
clādis
noun
destruction

clam
clam
adverb
secretly

clam
clam
preposition
without the knowledge of

clamator
clāmātor
noun
a bawler

clamito
clāmitō
verb
to cry aloud

clamo
clāmō
verb
[intransitively] to call

clamor
clāmor
noun
a loud call

clamosus
clāmōsus
adjective
clamorous

clanculum
clanculum
adverb
i. Adv

clandestinus
clandestīnus
adjective
secret

clangor
clangor
noun
a sound

clare
clārē
adverb
brightly

clareo
clāreō
verb
to be bright

claresco
clārēscō
verb
to grow bright

clarigatio
clārigātiō
noun
a fine

clarisonus
clārisonus
adjective
clear-sounding

claritas
clāritās
noun
[properly] brightness

claritudo
clāritūdō
noun
brightness

claro
clārō
verb
to make bright

clarus
clārus
adjective
clear

classiarius
classiārius
adjective
of the navy

classicula
classicula
noun
a flotilla

classicum
classicum
noun
a field signal

classicus
classicus
adjective
of the fleet

classis
classis
noun
a class

clathrum
clāthrum
noun
a lattice

clathrus
clāthrus
noun
a lattice

clatrum
clātrum
noun
a lattice

clatrus
clātrus
noun
a lattice

claudeo
claudeō
verb
[properly] to limp

claudicatio
claudicātiō
noun
a limping

claudico
claudicō
verb
to limp

claudo
claudō
verb
[properly] to limp

claudo
claudō
verb
to shut

claudus
claudus
adjective
limping

claustrum
claustrum
noun
a barrier

claustrum
claustrum
noun
a lock

clausula
clausula
noun
a close

clausum
clausum
noun
an enclosure

clausus
clausus
adjective
close

clava
clāva
noun
a knotty branch

clavarium
clāvārium
noun
money given to soldiers to buy shoe-nails

clavicula
clāvicula
noun
a tendril

claviger
clāviger
adjective
club-bearing

claviger
clāviger
noun
the keybearer (of Janus)

clavis
clāvis
noun
a key

clavus
clāvus
noun
a nail

clemens
clēmēns
adjective
mild

clementer
clēmenter
adverb
quietly

clementia
clēmentia
noun
moderation

clepo
clepō
verb
to steal [rare]

clepsydra
clepsydra
noun
an instrument for measuring time by water

cliens
cliēns
noun
a personal dependant

clienta
clienta
noun
a female client

clientela
clientēla
noun
clientship

clientulus
clientulus
noun
a poor client

clinatus
clīnātus
adjective
bent

Clio
Clīō
noun
the muse of History

clipeatus
clipeātus
adjective
armed with a shield

clipeum
clipeum
noun
a round shield of metal

clipeus
clipeus
noun
a round shield of metal

clitella
clītella
noun
a pack-saddle

clitellarius
clītellārius
adjective
bearing a packsaddle

clivos
clīvos
noun
a declivity

clivosus
clīvōsus
adjective
hilly

clivus
clīvus
noun
a declivity

cloaca
cloāca
noun
a canal for waste liquids

Cloacina
Cloācīna
noun
the purifier

Clotho
Clōthō
noun
the spinner

Cluacina
Cluācīna
noun
the purifier

cludo
clūdō
cross-reference

cludo
clūdō
verb
to shut

clueo
clueō
verb
to hear

clunis
clūnis
noun
a buttock

clupeum
clupeum
noun
a round shield of metal

clupeus
clupeus
noun
a round shield of metal

cn.
cn.
cross-reference

Cn.
Cn.
cross-reference

cn.
cn.
cross-reference

Cn.
Cn.
cross-reference

Cnosius
Cnōsius
adjective
of Cnosus

co
co
preposition
with

coacervatio
coacervātiō
noun
[in rhetoric] an accumulation (of proofs

coacervo
coacervō
verb
to heap together

coacesco
coacēscō
verb
to become acid

coactor
coāctor
noun
a collector (of money)

coactum
coāctum
noun
felted cloths

coactus
coāctus
participle
p. of cogo

coactus
coāctus
noun
compulsion

coaedifico
coaedificō
verb
to build up

coaequo
coaequō
verb
to make equal

coagmentatio
coāgmentātiō
noun
a joining

coagmento
coāgmentō
verb
to join

coagmentum
coāgmentum
noun
a joining together

coagulum
coāgulum
noun
an agent of coagulation

coalesco
coalēscō
verb
to grow firmly

coangusto
coangustō
verb
to limit

coarctatio
coarctātiō
noun
a crowding

coarcto
coarctō
verb
to press together

coarguo
coarguō
verb
to overwhelm with proof

coartatio
coartātiō
noun
a crowding

coarto
coartō
verb
to press together

coccineus
coccineus
adjective
scarlet

coccinus
coccinus
adjective
scarlet

coccum
coccum
noun
a berry yielding a scarlet dye

coclea
coclea
noun
a snail

Cocles
Coclēs
noun
one - eyed

coctilis
coctilis
adjective
burned

coctus
coctus
participle
p. of coquo

cocus
cocus
cross-reference

cocus
cocus
noun
a cook

Cocytos
Cōcȳtos
noun
(lamentation)

Cocytus
Cōcȳtus
noun
(lamentation)

coda
cōda
noun
a tail

codex
cōdex
noun
a block

codicillus
cōdicillus
noun
a writing tablet

coelamen
coelāmen
noun
a bass-relief

coelator
coelātor
noun
an artisan in bassorelievo

coelatus
coelātus
participle
p. of caelo

coelebs
coelebs
adjective
unmarried

coeles
coeles
adjective
heavenly

coelestis
coelestis
adjective
of heaven

coelicola
coelicola
noun
a deity

coelifer
coelifer
adjective
supporting the heavens

coelo
coelō
verb
to engrave in relief

coelum
coelum
noun
the sky

coemo
coemō
verb
to purchase

coemptio
coēmptiō
noun
[in law] a form of marriage by a pretended sale

coemptus
coēmptus
participle
p. of coemo

coena
coena
cross-reference

coenum
coenum
noun
dirt

coeo
coeō
verb
to go together

coepio
coepiō
verb
to begin

coepto
coeptō
verb
to begin eagerly

coeptum
coeptum
noun
a work begun

coeptus
coeptus
participle
p. of coepio

coeptus
coeptus
noun
a beginning

coerceo
coerceō
verb
to enclose on all sides

coercitio
coercitiō
noun
a restraining

coercitus
coercitus
participle
p. of coerceo_

coetus
coetus
noun
a coming together

cogitate
cōgitātē
adverb
with reflection

cogitatio
cōgitātiō
noun
a thinking

cogitatum
cōgitātum
noun
a thought

cogitatus
cōgitātus
adjective
deliberate

cogito
cōgitō
verb
to consider thoroughly

cognata
cōgnāta
noun
a female relation

cognatio
cōgnātiō
noun
blood-relationship

cognatus
cōgnātus
adjective
sprung from the same stock

cognatus
cognātus
noun
a kinsman

cognitio
cōgnitiō
noun
a becoming acquainted with

cognitor
cōgnitor
noun
[in law] an advocate

cognitus
cōgnitus
adjective
known

cognomen
cōgnōmen
noun
a surname

cognomentum
cōgnōmentum
noun
a surname

cognominatus
cōgnōminātus
adjective
synonymous [once]

cognominis
cōgnōminis
adjective
like-named

cognosco
cōgnōscō
verb
to become acquainted with

cogo
cōgō
verb
to drive together

cohaerens
cohaerēns
adjective
adjoining

cohaerentia
cohaerentia
noun
a coherence

cohaereo
cohaereō
verb
to cling together

cohaeresco
cohaerēscō
verb
to hang together

coheres
cohērēs
noun
a coheir

cohibeo
cohibeō
verb
to hold together

cohonesto
cohonestō
verb
to honor in common

cohorresco
cohorrēscō
verb
to shudder

cohors
cohors
noun
a court

cohortatio
cohortātiō
noun
an exhorting

cohortor
cohortor
verb
to animate

coicio
cōiciō
verb
i. To throw together

coinquino
coinquinō
verb
to pollute

coitio
coitiō
noun
a coming together

coitus
coitus
noun
sexual union

colaphus
colaphus
noun
a blow with the fist

colax
colax
noun
a flatterer

colens
colēns
noun
one who reveres

coliphium
cōlīphium
noun
flesh-cakes (food for athletes)

colis
cōlis
cross-reference

colis
cōlis
noun
a stalk

collabefacto
collabefactō
verb
to convulse

collabefio
collabefīō
verb
to fall to pieces

collabor
collābor
verb
to fall together

collaceratus
collaceratus
adjective
torn to pieces

collacrimatio
collacrimātiō
noun
a sympathetic weeping

collacrimo
collacrimō
verb
to weep in sympathy

collactea
collactea
noun
a foster-sister

collatio
collātiō
noun
a bringing together

collatus
collātus
participle
p. of confero

collaudatio
collaudātiō
noun
warm praise

collaudo
collaudō
verb
to prize highly

collecta
collēcta
noun
a contribution

collecticius
collēctīcius
adjective
gathered in haste

collectio
collēctiō
noun
a collecting

collectitius
collēctītius
adjective
gathered in haste

collectus
collēctus
participle
p. of conligo

collega
collēga
noun
a partner in office

collegium
collēgium
noun
association in office

collibeo
collibeō
verb
to please

collibertus
collībertus
noun
a fellow-freedman

collicio
colliciō
verb
to mislead

collido
collīdō
verb
to dash to pieces

colligatio
colligātiō
noun
a connection

colligo
colligō
verb
to gather

colligo
colligō
verb
to bind together

collineo
collīneō
verb
to direct straight

collino
collinō
verb
to besmear

colliphium
collīphium
noun
flesh-cakes (food for athletes)

colliquefactus
colliquefactus
cross-reference
dissolved

collis
collis
noun
an elevation

collisus
collīsus
participle
p. of conlido

colll
colll
cross-reference
(for com-l-)

collocatio
collocātiō
noun
an arrangement

colloco
collocō
verb
to set right

collocupleto
collocuplētō
verb
to make very rich

collocutio
collocūtiō
noun
a conversation

colloquium
colloquium
noun
a conversation

colloquor
colloquor
verb
to talk

colluceo
collūceō
verb
to shine brightly

colludo
collūdō
verb
to play together

collum
collum
noun
neck

collusio
collūsiō
noun
a secret understanding

collusor
collūsor
noun
a fellow gambler

collustro
collūstrō
verb
to illuminate

colluvies
colluviēs
noun
washings

colluvio
colluviō
noun
washings

collybus
collybus
noun
exchange

collyrium
collȳrium
noun
a liquid eye-salve

colo
colō
verb
to till

colocasium
colocāsium
noun
an Egyptian bean

colona
colōna
noun
a countrywoman

colonia
colōnia
noun
a colony

colonicus
colōnicus
adjective
colonial

colonus
colōnus
noun
a husbandman

color
color
noun
color

coloratus
colōrātus
adjective
colored

coloro
colōrō
verb
to give a color to

colos
colōs
noun
color

colossus
colossus
noun
a gigantic statue

coluber
coluber
noun
a serpent

colubra
colubra
noun
a female serpent

colubrifer
colubrifer
adjective
serpent-bearing

colum
cōlum
noun
a vessel for straining

columba
columba
noun
a dove

columbinus
columbīnus
cross-reference
of a dove

columbus
columbus
noun
a male dove

columella
columella
noun
a small column

columen
columen
noun
a pillar

columna
columna
noun
a column

columnarium
columnārium
noun
a duty on pillars in buildings

colurnus
colurnus
adjective
of the hazel

colus
colus
noun
a distaff

colus
colus
noun
a distaff

colyphia
cōlȳphia
cross-reference

colyphium
cōlȳphium
noun
flesh-cakes (food for athletes)

com
com
preposition
with

coma
coma
noun
the hair of the head

comans
comāns
adjective
hairy

comata
comāta
noun
long-haired

comb
comb
preposition
with

combibo
combibō
noun
a pot - companion

combibo
combibō
verb
to drink up

comburo
combūrō
verb
to burn up

combustus
combūstus
participle
p. of combu_ro_

comedo
comedō
verb
to eat up

comes
comes
noun
a companion

comessatio
cōmessātiō
cross-reference

comessatio
cōmessātiō
noun
a Bacchanalian revel

comessator
cōmessātor
cross-reference

comessator
cōmessātor
noun
a reveller

comestus
comēstus
participle
p. of comedo

cometes
comētēs
noun
a comet

comice
cōmicē
adverb
in the manner of comedy

comicus
cōmicus
adjective
of comedy

cominus
cōminus
adverb
in close contest

comis
cōmis
adjective
courteous

comisatio
cōmisātiō
noun
a Bacchanalian revel

comissabundus
comissabundus
adjective
revelling

comissatio
cōmissātiō
noun
a Bacchanalian revel

comissator
cōmissātor
noun
a reveller

comissor
cōmissor
verb
to revel

comitas
cōmitās
noun
courtesy

comitatus
comitātus
adjective
attended

comitatus
comitātus
noun
an escort

comiter
cōmiter
adverb
courteously

comitialis
comitiālis
adjective
of an election

comitiatus
comitiātus
noun
an assembly of the people in the comitia

comitium
comitium
noun
the Roman people in assembly

comitium
comitium
noun
a place of assembly

comitor
comitor
verb
to join as an attendant

comito
comitō
verb
to accompany

commaculo
commaculō
verb
to spot

commanipularis
commanipulāris
noun
a soldier of the same maniple

commeatus
commeātus
noun
a going to and fro

commemini
commeminī
cross-reference
defect

commemorabilis
commemorābilis
adjective
worth mentioning

commemorandus
commemorandus
adjective
memorable

commemoratio
commemorātiō
noun
a reminding

commemoro
commemorō
verb
to recall to memory

commendabilis
commendābilis
adjective
worthy of praise

commendaticius
commendātīcius
adjective
commendatory

commendatio
commendātiō
noun
a commit ting

commendatitius
commendātitius
cross-reference

commendatrix
commendātrīx
noun
that which commends

commendatus
commendātus
adjective
commended

commendo
commendō
verb
to commit for protection

commentariolum
commentāriolum
noun
a short treatise

commentarium
commentārium
noun
a notebook

commentarius
commentārius
noun
a notebook

commentatio
commentātiō
noun
a diligent meditation

commentatus
commentātus
adjective
thought out

commenticius
commentīcius
adjective
thought out

commentor
commentor
verb
to meditate

commentor
commentor
noun
a deviser

commentum
commentum
noun
an invention

commentus
commentus
adjective
devised

commeo
commeō
verb
to go and come

commercium
commercium
noun
commercial intercourse

commercor
commercor
verb
to buy up

commereor
commereor
verb
to commit

commereo
commereō
verb
to merit fully

commetior
commētior
verb
to measure

commeto
commētō
verb
to visit habitually

commigro
commigrō
verb
to remove

commilitium
commīlitium
noun
a campaigning together

commilito
commīlitō
noun
a comrade

comminatio
comminātiō
noun
a threatening

commingo
commingō
verb
(minctus)

comminiscor
comminīscor
verb
to devise

comminor
comminor
verb
to threaten

comminuo
comminuō
verb
to divide into small parts

comminus
comminus
adverb
in close contest

commisceo
commisceō
verb
(mi_stus)

commiseratio
commiserātiō
noun
[in rhetoric] an appeal to compassion

commiseresco
commiserēscō
verb
to commiserate

commiseror
commiseror
verb
to commiserate

commissio
commissiō
noun
a beginning of a contest

commissor
commissor
verb
to revel

commissum
commissum
noun
an undertaking

commissura
commissūra
noun
a joining together

commissus
commissus
participle
p. of committo

commitigo
commītigō
verb
to make soft

committo
committō
verb
To bring together

commixtus
commīxtus
participle
p. of commisceo

commode
commodē
adverb
duly

commoditas
commoditās
noun
fitness

commodo
commodō
verb
to serve with

commodum
commodum
adverb
[colloquial] just

commodum
commodum
noun
a convenient opportunity

commodus
commodus
adjective
with due measure

commolior
commōlior
verb
to set in motion

commonefacio
commonefaciō
verb
to recall

commoneo
commoneō
verb
to remind

commonstro
commōnstrō
verb
to show

commoratio
commorātiō
noun
a tarrying

commoratus
commorātus
participle
p. of commoror

Commoriens
Commoriens
noun
companion in death

commoror
commoror
verb
to tarry

commotio
commōtiō
noun
a rousing

commotiuncula
commōtiuncula
noun
a little disturbance

commotus
commōtus
adjective
moved

commoveo
commoveō
verb
to put in violent motion

commune
commūne
noun
that which is common

communicatio
commūnicātiō
noun
a making common

communico
commūnicō
verb
to divide with

communicor
commūnicor
verb
to impart

communio
commūniō
noun
a community

communio
commūniō
verb
to fortify on all sides

communis
commūnis
adjective
common

communitas
commūnitās
noun
community

communiter
commūniter
adverb
together

communitio
commūnītiō
noun
[properly] road-making

communitus
commūnītus
participle
p. of communio

commurmuror
commurmuror
verb
to murmur in company

commutabilis
commūtābilis
adjective
subject to change

commutatio
commūtātiō
noun
a changing

commuto
commūtō
verb
to alter wholly

como
comō
verb
see comans

como
cōmō
verb
to comb

comoedia
cōmoedia
noun
a comedy

comoedus
cōmoedus
adjective
of comedy

comosus
comōsus
adjective
with long hair

compactio
compāctiō
noun
a joining together

compactum
compactum
noun
an agreement

compactus
compāctus
participle
p. of compingo

compages
compāgēs
noun
a joining together

compago
compāgō
noun
a joining

compar
compār
adjective
like

comparabilis
comparābilis
adjective
to be compared

comparate
comparātē
adverb
by comparison

comparatio
comparātiō
noun
a comparing

comparatio
comparātiō
noun
a preparing

comparativus
comparātīvus
adjective
of comparison

comparco
comparcō
verb
to save

compareo
compāreō
verb
to be evident

comparo
comparō
verb
to bring together as equals

comparo
comparō
verb
to prepare

compasco
compāscō
verb
to feed together

compascuus
compāscuus
adjective
of common pasturage

compectum
compectum
cross-reference

compectum
compectum
noun
an agreement

compedes
compedēs
cross-reference

compellatio
compellātiō
noun
an accosting

compello
compellō
verb
to accost

compello
compellō
verb
to drive together

compendiarius
compendiārius
adjective
short

compendium
compendium
noun
gain

compensatio
compēnsātiō
noun
a recompense

compenso
compēnsō
verb
to balance

comperco
compercō
verb
to save

comperendinatus
comperendinātus
noun
[in law] an adjournment over one entire judicial day (required by law after pleading and before judgment)

comperendino
comperendinō
verb
to adjourn over an entire day

comperior
comperior
verb
to ascertain

comperio
comperiō
verb
to obtain knowledge of

compertus
compertus
adjective
ascertained

compes
compēs
noun
a fetter

compesco
compescō
verb
to confine

competitor
competītor
noun
a rival

competitrix
competītrīx
noun
a female competitor

competo
competō
verb
to coincide with

compilatio
compīlātiō
noun
a pillaging

compilo
compīlō
verb
to plunder

compingo
compingō
verb
to join together

compitalicius
compitālicius
adjective
of the Compitalia

compitalium
compitālium
noun
a festival in honor of the Lares

compitum
compitum
noun
a crossing of roads

complaceo
complaceō
verb
to please greatly

complano
complānō
verb
to level

complector
complector
verb
to clasp

complementum
complēmentum
noun
that which fills up

compleo
compleō
verb
to fill up

completus
complētus
adjective
complete

complexio
complexiō
noun
a combination

complexus
complexus
noun
a surrounding

complexus
complexus
participle
p. of complector

complico
complicō
verb
to fold together

comploratio
complōrātiō
noun
a loud complaint

comploratus
complōrātus
noun
a loud moaning

comploro
complōrō
verb
to bewail

complus
complūs
adjective
more than one

complusculi
complūsculī
adjective
a good many

compono
compōnō
verb
to bring together

comporto
comportō
verb
to bring in

compos
compos
adjective
master of

composite
compositē
adverb
in an orderly manner

compositio
compositiō
noun
a putting together

composito
compositō
adverb
by agreement

compositor
compositor
noun
a maker

compositum
compositum
noun
an agreement

compositus
compositus
adjective
well - ordered

compostus
compostus
adjective
well - ordered

compotatio
compōtātiō
noun
a drinking together

compotor
compōtor
noun
a drinking-companion

compotrix
compōtrīx
noun
a drinking-companion

compransor
comprānsor
noun
a boon companion

comprecatio
comprecātiō
noun
a general supplication

comprecor
comprecor
verb
to pray to

comprehendo
comprehendō
verb
to bind together

comprehensibilis
comprehēnsibilis
adjective
conceivable

comprehensio
comprehēnsiō
noun
a seizing

comprehensus
comprehēnsus
participle
p. of comprehendo

comprendo
comprendō
verb
to bind together

comprensus
comprēnsus
participle
p. of comprehendo

compresse
compressē
adverb
briefly

compressio
compressiō
noun
concise expression

compressus
compressus
noun
a compression

comprimo
comprimō
verb
to press together

comprobatio
comprobātiō
noun
approbation

comprobator
comprobātor
noun
an approver

comprobo
comprobō
verb
to approve

compromissum
comprōmissum
noun
an agreement to abide by the award of an arbiter

compromitto
comprōmittō
verb
to agree to abide by the award of an arbiter

comptus
cōmptus
noun
adornment

comptus
cōmptus
adjective
in order

compulsus
compulsus
participle
p. of compello

compunctus
compunctus
participle
p. of compungo

compungo
compungō
verb
to prick severely

computo
computō
verb
to sum up

comtus
comtus
adjective
in order

comtus
comtus
noun
adornment

con
con
cross-reference

con
con
preposition
with

conamen
cōnāmen
noun
an effort

conangusto
conangustō
verb
to limit

conatum
cōnātum
noun
an undertaking

conatus
cōnātus
participle
p. of conor

conatus
cōnātus
noun
an attempt

conb
conb
preposition
with

conbibo
conbibō
noun
a pot - companion

conbibo
conbibō
verb
to drink up

conburo
conbūrō
verb
to burn up

concaco
concacō
verb
to defile with ordure

concaedes
concaedēs
noun
an abattis

concalefacio
concalefaciō
verb
to warm thoroughly

concalesco
concalēscō
verb
to grow hot

concallesco
concallēscō
verb
to grow hard

concavo
concavō
verb
to make hollow

concavus
concavus
adjective
hollow

concedo
concēdō
verb
[intransitively] to go away

concelebro
concelebrō
verb
to attend in numbers

concenatio
concēnātiō
noun
a supping together

concentio
concentiō
noun
a singing together

concentus
concentus
noun
a concert

conceptio
conceptiō
noun
a conception

conceptus
conceptus
noun
a conceiving

conceptus
conceptus
participle
p. of concipio

concerpo
concerpō
verb
to tear in pieces

concertatio
concertātiō
noun
a disputation

concertator
concertātor
cross-reference
one who competes

concertatorius
concertātōrius
adjective
controversial

concerto
concertō
verb
to contend warmly

concessio
concessiō
noun
a granting

concessus
concessus
noun
a concession

concessus
concessus
adjective
lawful

concha
concha
noun
a bivalve

conchis
conchis
noun
a coarse bean

conchyliatus
conchȳliātus
adjective
of a purple color

conchylium
conchȳlium
noun
a shell - fish

concido
concīdō
verb
to cut up

concido
concidō
verb
to fall together

concieo
concieō
verb
to bring together

conciliabulum
conciliābulum
noun
a place of assembly

conciliatio
conciliātiō
noun
a connection

conciliator
conciliātor
noun
he who negotiates

conciliatricula
conciliātrīcula
noun
a minx of a matchmaker

conciliatrix
conciliātrīx
noun
one who mediates

conciliatus
conciliātus
adjective
endeared

concilio
conciliō
verb
to bring together

concilium
concilium
noun
a meeting

concinne
concinnē
adverb
neatly

concinno
concinnō
verb
to cause

concinnus
concinnus
adjective
neat

concino
concinō
verb
[intransitively] to sound in concert

concio
conciō
verb
to bring together

concio
cōnciō
noun
a meeting

concipio
concipiō
verb
to take hold of

concisio
concīsiō
noun
[in rhetoric] a dividing into short clauses

concisus
concīsus
adjective
abrupt

concitatio
concitātiō
noun
a quickening

concitator
concitātor
noun
a mover

concitatus
concitātus
adjective
rapid

concito
concitō
verb
to put in quick motion

concitor
concitor
noun
he who rouses

concitus
concitus
participle
p. of concio

conclamatio
conclāmātiō
noun
a loud shout

conclamo
conclāmō
verb
to cry out together

conclave
conclāve
noun
a room

concludo
conclūdō
verb
to shut up

concluse
conclūsē
adverb
with rhetorical finish

conclusio
conclūsiō
noun
a shutting up

conclusiuncula
conclūsiuncula
noun
a captious conclusion

conclusum
conclūsum
noun
a conclusion (of a syllogism)

concolor
concolor
adjective
of the same color

concoquo
concoquō
verb
to digest

concordia
concordia
noun
an agreeing together

concorditer
concorditer
adverb
harmoniously

concordo
concordō
verb
[people] to agree

concors
concors
adjective
[people] of the same mind

concredo
concrēdō
verb
to intrust

concremo
concremō
verb
to burn up

concrepo
concrepō
verb
to rattle

concresco
concrēscō
verb
(concre_sse)

concretio
concrētiō
noun
a compacting

concretum
concrētum
noun
hardness

concretus
concrētus
adjective
condensed

concubina
concubīna
noun
a concubine

concubinus
concubīnus
noun
one who lives in concubinage

concubitus
concubitus
noun
a lying together

concubius
concubius
adjective
of lying in sleep

conculco
conculcō
verb
to tread upon

concumbo
concumbō
verb
to lie together

concupiens
concupiēns
adjective
very desirous

concupisco
concupīscō
verb
to long for

concurro
concurrō
verb
to run together

concursatio
concursātiō
noun
a running together

concursator
concursātor
noun
a skirmisher. hostis

concursio
concursiō
noun
a concurrence

concurso
concursō
verb
to run to and fro

concursus
concursus
noun
a running together

concussus
concussus
participle
p. of concutio

concustoditus
concustōdītus
cross-reference
p.

concutio
concutiō
verb
to strike together

condecoro
condecorō
verb
to grace

condemnatio
condemnātiō
noun
a conviction

condemnator
condemnātor
noun
a prosecutor

condemno
condemnō
verb
to convict

condensus
condēnsus
adjective
dense

condicio
condiciō
noun
an agreement

condico
condīcō
verb
to agree

condimentum
condīmentum
noun
spice

condio
condiō
verb
to make savory

condiscipulatus
condiscipulātus
noun
companionship in school

condiscipulus
condiscipulus
noun
a school - mate

condisco
condiscō
verb
to learn well

conditio
condītiō
noun
a preserving

conditio
conditiō
noun
an agreement

conditor
conditor
noun
a maker

conditor
condītor
noun
a seasoner

conditus
conditus
adjective
close

conditus
condītus
adjective
seasoned

condo
condō
verb
to put together

condocefacio
condocefaciō
verb
to train

condolesco
condolēscō
verb
to feel severe pain

condonatio
condōnātiō
noun
a giving away

condono
condōnō
verb
to give

condormio
condormiō
verb
to fall quite asleep

conduco
condūcō
verb
to draw together

conducticius
conductīcius
adjective
hired

conductio
conductiō
noun
a bringing together

conductor
conductor
noun
a hirer

conductum
conductum
noun
something hired

conductus
conductus
noun
[only plur] hirelings

conduplico
conduplicō
verb
to double

conecto
cōnectō
verb
to bind together

conexum
cōnexum
noun
a necessary consequence

conexus
cōnexus
adjective
adjoining

confabulor
cōnfābulor
verb
to converse

confarreo
cōnfarreō
verb
to marry by the ceremony of the cake (confarreatio

confatalis
cōnfātālis
adjective
associated by fate

confectio
cōnfectiō
noun
a finishing

confector
cōnfector
noun
an accomplisher

confectus
cōnfectus
participle
p. of conficio

confercio
cōnferciō
verb
to stuff together

confero
cōnferō
verb
to bring together

confertim
cōnfertim
adverb
in a compact body

confertus
cōnfertus
adjective
pressed close

confervesco
cōnfervēscō
verb
to begin to boil

confessio
cōnfessiō
noun
a confession

confessus
cōnfessus
adjective
confessed

confestim
cōnfēstim
adverb
immediately

conficiens
cōnficiēns
adjective
efficient

conficio
cōnficiō
verb
to make ready

confictio
cōnfictiō
noun
a fabricating

confictus
cōnfictus
participle
p. of confingo

confidens
cōnfīdēns
adjective
bold

confidenter
cōnfīdenter
adverb
boldly

confidentia
cōnfīdentia
noun
confidence

confido
cōnfīdō
verb
to trust

configo
cōnfīgō
verb
to join

confindo
cōnfindō
verb
to cleave

confingo
cōnfingō
verb
to fashion

confinis
cōnfīnis
adjective
bordering

confinium
cōnfīnium
noun
a confine

confio
cōnfīō
verb
to be brought together

confirmatio
cōnfīrmātiō
noun
a securing

confirmator
cōnfīrmātor
noun
he who assures

confirmatus
cōnfīrmātus
adjective
encouraged

confirmo
cōnfīrmō
verb
to make firm

confisio
cōnfīsiō
noun
confidence

confisus
cōnfīsus
participle
p. of confido

confiteor
cōnfiteor
verb
to acknowledge

confixus
cōnfīxus
participle
p. of configo

conflagro
cōnflagrō
verb
to burn

conflictatus
cōnflīctātus
participle
p. of conflictor

conflictio
cōnflīctiō
noun
a collision

conflicto
cōnflīctō
verb
to come in conflict

conflictor
cōnflīctor
verb
to struggle

conflictus
cōnflīctus
noun
a striking together (only abl sing.)

conflictus
cōnflīctus
participle
p. of confligo

confligo
cōnflīgō
verb
to come into collision

conflo
cōnflō
verb
to blow up

confluens
cōnfluēns
noun
a place of union

confluo
cōnfluō
verb
to flow together

confodio
cōnfodiō
verb
to dig up

confore
cōnfore
cross-reference
only impers

conformatio
cōnfōrmātiō
noun
a symmetrical forming

conformo
cōnfōrmō
verb
to form

confossus
cōnfossus
participle
p. of confodio

confragosus
cōnfragōsus
adjective
broken

confremo
cōnfremō
verb
to resound

confrico
cōnfricō
verb
to rub vigorously

confringo
cōnfringō
verb
to break in pieces

confugio
cōnfugiō
verb
to flee

confugium
cōnfugium
noun
a place of refuge

confundo
cōnfundō
verb
to pour together

confuse
cōnfūsē
adverb
confusedly

confusio
cōnfūsiō
noun
a mingling

confusus
cōnfūsus
adjective
mingled

confuto
cōnfūtō
verb
to check

confutuo
cōnfutuō
verb
to cohabit with

congelo
congēlō
verb
to freeze together

congemino
congeminō
verb
to redouble

congemo
congemō
verb
to sigh deeply

conger
conger
noun
=

congeries
congeriēs
noun
a heap

congero
congerō
verb
to bring together

congesticius
congestīcius
adjective
heaped

congestus
congestus
participle
p. of congero

congestus
congestus
noun
a bringing together

congiarium
congiārium
noun
a largess to the poor of a congius to each man (of oil

congius
congius
noun
a measure for liquids

conglacio
conglaciō
verb
to freeze

conglobatio
conglobātiō
noun
a crowding together

conglobo
conglobō
verb
to gather into a ball

conglutinatio
conglūtinātiō
noun
a cementing

conglutino
conglūtinō
verb
to join together

congratulor
congrātulor
verb
to wish joy

congredior
congredior
verb
to come together

congregabilis
congregābilis
adjective
social

congregatio
congregātiō
noun
union

congrego
congregō
verb
to collect in a flock

congressio
congressiō
noun
a meeting

congressus
congressus
noun
a meeting

congressus
congressus
participle
p. of congredior

congruens
congruēns
adjective
agreeing

congruenter
congruenter
adverb
agreeably

congruo
congruō
verb
to coincide

conicio
cōniciō
verb
i. To throw together

coniectio
coniectiō
noun
a hurling

coniecto
coniectō
verb
to infer

coniector
coniector
noun
a diviner

coniectura
coniectūra
noun
a conjecture

coniecturalis
coniectūrālis
adjective
belonging to conjecture

coniectus
coniectus
participle
p. of conicio

coniectus
coniectus
noun
a throwing

conifer
cōnifer
adjective
bearing conical fruit

coniger
cōniger
adjective
bearing conical fruit

coniicio
cōniiciō
verb
i. To throw together

coniicio
coniiciō
cross-reference

conisus
cōnīsus
participle
p. of conitor

conitor
cōnītor
verb
to put forth all one's strength

coniugalis
coniugālis
adjective
of marriage

coniugatio
coniugātiō
noun
[properly] a connection

coniugator
coniugātor
noun
one who unites

coniugialis
coniugiālis
adjective
of marriage

coniugium
coniugium
noun
[properly] a connection

coniugo
coniugō
verb
to join

coniuncte
coniūnctē
adverb
in connection

coniunctim
coniūnctim
adverb
unitedly

coniunctio
coniūnctiō
noun
a connecting

coniunctum
coniūnctum
noun
[in rhetoric] connection

coniunctus
coniūnctus
adjective
connected

coniungo
coniungō
verb
to fasten together

coniunx
coniūnx
noun
a married person

coniuratio
coniūrātiō
noun
a uniting in an oath

coniuratus
coniūrātus
adjective
bound together by an oath

coniuro
coniūrō
verb
to swear together

coniux
coniux
noun
a married person

coniveo
cōnīveō
verb
to shut the eyes

conixus
cōnīxus
participle
p. of conitor

conlabefacto
conlabefactō
verb
to convulse

conlabefio
conlabefīō
verb
to fall to pieces

conlabor
conlābor
verb
to fall together

conlaceratus
conlaceratus
adjective
torn to pieces

conlacrimatio
conlacrimātiō
noun
a sympathetic weeping

conlacrimo
conlacrimō
verb
to weep in sympathy

conlacrumo
conlacrumō
verb
to weep in sympathy

conlactea
conlactea
noun
a foster-sister

conlactia
conlactia
noun
a foster-sister

conlapsus
conlapsus
participle
p. of conlabor

conlatio
conlātiō
noun
a bringing together

conlatus
conlātus
participle
p. of confero

conlaudatio
conlaudātiō
noun
warm praise

conlaudo
conlaudō
verb
to prize highly

conlecta
conlēcta
noun
a contribution

conlecticius
conlēctīcius
adjective
gathered in haste

conlectio
conlēctiō
noun
a collecting

conlectus
conlēctus
participle
p. of conligo

conlega
conlēga
noun
a partner in office

conlegium
conlēgium
noun
association in office

conlibeo
conlibeō
verb
to please

conlibertus
conlībertus
noun
a fellow-freedman

conlicio
conliciō
verb
to mislead

conlido
conlīdō
verb
to dash to pieces

conligatio
conligātiō
noun
a connection

conligo
conligō
verb
to gather

conligo
conligō
verb
to bind together

conlineo
conlīneō
verb
to direct straight

conlino
conlinō
verb
to besmear

conliquefactus
conliquefactus
cross-reference
dissolved

conlisus
conlīsus
participle
p. of conlido

conlocatio
conlocātiō
noun
an arrangement

conloco
conlocō
verb
to set right

conlocupleto
conlocuplētō
verb
to make very rich

conlocutio
conlocūtiō
noun
a conversation

conloquens
conloquēns
noun
one who converses

conloquium
conloquium
noun
a conversation

conloquor
conloquor
verb
to talk

conlubeo
conlubeō
verb
to please

conlubet
conlubet
cross-reference

conluceo
conlūceō
verb
to shine brightly

conludo
conlūdō
verb
to play together

conluo
conluō
verb
to moisten

conlusio
conlūsiō
noun
a secret understanding

conlusor
conlūsor
noun
a fellow gambler

conlustro
conlūstrō
verb
to illuminate

conluvies
conluviēs
noun
washings

conluvio
conluviō
noun
washings

conm
conm
cross-reference

conmeatus
conmeātus
noun
a going to and fro

conmemorabilis
conmemorābilis
adjective
worth mentioning

conmemoratio
conmemorātiō
noun
a reminding

conmendo
conmendō
verb
to commit for protection

conmentus
conmentus
adjective
devised

conmercium
conmercium
noun
commercial intercourse

conmereor
conmereor
verb
to commit

conmereo
conmereō
verb
to merit fully

conmeto
conmētō
verb
to visit habitually

conmmemini
conmmeminī
cross-reference
defect

conmmemoro
conmmemorō
verb
to recall to memory

conmmeo
conmmeō
verb
to go and come

conmmercor
conmmercor
verb
to buy up

conmmetior
conmmētior
verb
to measure

conmmigro
conmmigrō
verb
to remove

conmminiscor
conmminīscor
verb
to devise

conmminor
conmminor
verb
to threaten

conmminuo
conmminuō
verb
to divide into small parts

conmmisceo
conmmisceō
verb
(mi_stus)

conmmiseresco
conmmiserēscō
verb
to commiserate

conmmiseror
conmmiseror
verb
to commiserate

conmmitigo
conmmītigō
verb
to make soft

conmmitto
conmmittō
verb
To bring together

conmmolior
conmmōlior
verb
to set in motion

conmmoneo
conmmoneō
verb
to remind

conmmonstro
conmmōnstrō
verb
to show

conmmuto
conmmūtō
verb
to alter wholly

conmonefacio
conmonefaciō
verb
to recall

conmoror
conmoror
verb
to tarry

conmoveo
conmoveō
verb
to put in violent motion

conmunico
conmūnicō
verb
to divide with

conmunio
conmūniō
verb
to fortify on all sides

conmunis
conmūnis
adjective
common

conmutabilis
conmūtābilis
adjective
subject to change

conmutatio
conmūtātiō
noun
a changing

connexum
connexum
noun
a necessary consequence

connexus
connexus
adjective
adjoining

connitor
connītor
verb
to put forth all one's strength

conniveo
connīveō
verb
to shut the eyes

connubialis
connūbiālis
adjective
of wedlock

connubium
connūbium
noun
marriage

conor
cōnor
verb
to try

conopeum
cōnōpēum
noun
a gauze net

conopium
cōnōpium
noun
a gauze net

conp
conp
cross-reference

conpactum
conpactum
noun
an agreement

conpages
conpāgēs
noun
a joining together

conpar
conpār
adjective
like

conparabilis
conparābilis
adjective
to be compared

conparatio
conparātiō
noun
a comparing

conparatio
conparātiō
noun
a preparing

conpareo
conpāreō
verb
to be evident

conparo
conparō
verb
to prepare

conparo
conparō
verb
to bring together as equals

conpasco
conpāscō
verb
to feed together

conpectum
conpectum
noun
an agreement

conpello
conpellō
verb
to accost

conpello
conpellō
verb
to drive together

conpendiarius
conpendiārius
adjective
short

conpendium
conpendium
noun
gain

conpensatio
conpēnsātiō
noun
a recompense

conpenso
conpēnsō
verb
to balance

conperior
conperior
verb
to ascertain

conpes
conpēs
noun
a fetter

conpesco
conpescō
verb
to confine

conpeto
conpetō
verb
to coincide with

conpingo
conpingō
verb
to join together

conplector
conplector
verb
to clasp

conpleo
conpleō
verb
to fill up

conplexio
conplexiō
noun
a combination

conplexus
conplexus
noun
a surrounding

conplico
conplicō
verb
to fold together

conploratio
conplōrātiō
noun
a loud complaint

conploratus
conplōrātus
noun
a loud moaning

conploro
conplōrō
verb
to bewail

conplus
conplūs
adjective
more than one

conplusculi
conplūsculī
adjective
a good many

conpono
conpōnō
verb
to bring together

conporto
conportō
verb
to bring in

conpos
conpos
adjective
master of

conposite
conpositē
adverb
in an orderly manner

conpositio
conpositiō
noun
a putting together

conposito
conpositō
adverb
by agreement

conpositor
conpositor
noun
a maker

conpositum
conpositum
noun
an agreement

conpositus
conpositus
adjective
well - ordered

conprecor
conprecor
verb
to pray to

conprehendo
conprehendō
verb
to bind together

conprehensibilis
conprehēnsibilis
adjective
conceivable

conprehensio
conprehēnsiō
noun
a seizing

conprendo
conprendō
verb
to bind together

conpressio
conpressiō
noun
concise expression

conprimo
conprimō
verb
to press together

conprobo
conprobō
verb
to approve

conpromitto
conprōmittō
verb
to agree to abide by the award of an arbiter

conpungo
conpungō
verb
to prick severely

conputo
conputō
verb
to sum up

conquaero
conquaerō
cross-reference

conquassatio
conquassātiō
noun
a shattering

conquasso
conquassō
verb
to shake severely

conqueror
conqueror
verb
to complain

conquestio
conquestiō
noun
a complaining

conquestus
conquestus
noun
a violent complaint

conquestus
conquestus
participle
p. of conqueror

conquiesco
conquiēscō
verb
(conquie_sti; conquie_sse)

conquiro
conquīrō
verb
to seek for

conquisitio
conquīsītiō
noun
a seeking out

conquisitor
conquīsītor
noun
a recruiting officer

conquisitus
conquīsītus
adjective
sought out

conr
conr
cross-reference

conrado
conrādō
verb
to scrape together

conrectio
conrēctiō
noun
an amendment

conrector
conrēctor
noun
an amender

conrepo
conrēpō
verb
to creep

conrigia
conrigia
noun
a shoe-tie

conrigo
conrigō
verb
to make straight

conripio
conripiō
verb
to seize

conroboro
conrōborō
verb
to strengthen

conrodo
conrōdō
verb
to gnaw

conrogo
conrogō
verb
to bring together by entreaty

conrugo
conrūgō
verb
to wrinkle

conrumpo
conrumpō
verb
to destroy

conruo
conruō
verb
to fall together

conruptela
conruptēla
noun
a corrupting

conruptio
conruptiō
noun
a corrupting

conruptor
conruptor
noun
a misleader

conruptrix
conruptrīx
noun
one who seduces

conruptus
conruptus
adjective
spoiled

consaeptus
cōnsaeptus
adjective
fenced round

consalutatio
cōnsalūtātiō
noun
a greeting

consaluto
cōnsalūtō
verb
to greet

consanesco
cōnsānēscō
verb
to recover

consanguineus
cōnsanguineus
adjective
of the same blood

consanguinitas
cōnsanguinitās
noun
kindred

consceleratus
cōnscelerātus
adjective
wicked

conscelero
cōnscelerō
verb
to stain with guilt

conscendo
cōnscendō
verb
to mount

conscensio
cōnscēnsiō
noun
an embarking

conscensus
cōnscēnsus
participle
p. of conscendo

conscientia
cōnscientia
noun
joint knowledge

conscindo
cōnscindō
verb
to tear

conscio
cōnsciō
verb
to be conscious

conscisco
cōnscīscō
verb
to approve of

conscissus
cōnscissus
participle
p. of conscindo

conscitus
cōnscītus
participle
p. of conscisco

conscius
cōnscius
adjective
knowing in common

conscribillo
conscrībillō
verb
to mark by beating

conscribo
cōnscrībō
verb
to write together

conscriptio
cōnscrīptiō
noun
a record

conscriptus
cōnscrīptus
noun
one enrolled

conseco
cōnsecō
verb
to cut to pieces

consecratio
cōnsecrātiō
noun
a religious dedication

consecratus
cōnsecrātus
adjective
hallowed

consecro
cōnsecrō
verb
to dedicate

consectarius
cōnsectārius
adjective
that follows logically

consectatio
cōnsectātiō
noun
an eager pursuit

consectatrix
cōnsectātrīx
noun
an eager pursuer

consectio
cōnsectiō
noun
a cutting up

consector
cōnsector
verb
to follow eagerly

consecutio
cōnsecūtiō
noun
an effect

consedi
cōnsēdī
cross-reference
perf. of consido

consenesco
cōnsenēscō
verb
to grow old together

consensio
cōnsēnsiō
noun
an agreeing together

consensus
cōnsēnsus
participle
p. of consentio

consensus
cōnsēnsus
noun
agreement

consentaneus
cōnsentāneus
adjective
agreeing

consentiens
cōnsentiēns
adjective
agreeing

consentio
cōnsentiō
verb
to agree

conseptus
cōnsēptus
adjective
fenced round

consequens
cōnsequēns
adjective
according to reason

consequentia
cōnsequentia
noun
a consequence

consequor
cōnsequor
verb
to follow

consero
cōnserō
verb
to connect

consero
cōnserō
verb
to sow

conserte
cōnsertē
adverb
in close connection

consertus
cōnsertus
participle
p. of 2 consero

conserva
cōnserva
noun
a (female) fellow slave

conservans
cōnservāns
adjective
preservative

conservatio
cōnservātiō
noun
a keeping

conservator
cōnservātor
noun
a keeper

conservo
cōnservō
verb
to retain

conservus
cōnservus
noun
a fellow-slave

consessor
cōnsessor
noun
one who sits by

consessus
cōnsessus
noun
a collection (of persons)

considerate
cōnsīderātē
adverb
considerately

consideratio
cōnsīdērātiō
noun
contemplation

consideratus
cōnsīderātus
adjective
maturely reflected upon

considero
cōnsīderō
verb
to look at closely

consido
cōnsīdō
verb
to sit down

consigno
cōnsīgnō
verb
to seal

consiliarius
cōnsiliārius
noun
a counsellor

consiliator
cōnsilīātor
noun
a counsellor

consilio
cōnsiliō
adverb
intentionally

consilior
consilior
verb
to take counsel

consilium
cōnsilium
noun
a council

consimilis
cōnsimilis
adjective
entirely similar

consipio
cōnsipiō
verb
to be sane

consisto
cōnsistō
verb
to stand still

consitio
cōnsitiō
noun
a sowing

consitor
cōnsitor
noun
a sower

consitura
cōnsitūra
noun
a sowing

consitus
cōnsitus
participle
p. of 1 consero

consobrina
cōnsōbrīna
noun
a (female) cousin (german

consobrinus
cōnsōbrīnus
noun
a mother's sister's son

consociatio
cōnsociātiō
noun
a union

consociatus
cōnsociātus
adjective
united

consocio
cōnsociō
verb
to make common

consolabilis
cōnsōlābilis
adjective
that may be consoled

consolatio
cōnsōlātiō
noun
a consoling

consolator
cōnsōlātor
noun
a comforter

consolatorius
cōnsōlātōrius
adjective
comforting

consolor
cōnsōlor
verb
to encourage

consono
cōnsonō
verb
to sound together

consonus
cōnsonus
adjective
sounding together

consopio
cōnsōpiō
verb
to lull to sleep

consors
cōnsors
noun
[adjective] having a common lot

consortio
cōnsortiō
noun
fellowship

consortium
cōnsortium
noun
fellowship

consparsus
cōnsparsus
participle
p.

conspectus
cōnspectus
adjective
visible

conspectus
cōnspectus
noun
a seeing

conspergo
cōnspergō
verb
to sprinkle

conspersus
cōnspersus
participle
p. of conspergo

conspiciendus
cōnspiciendus
adjective
worth seeing

conspicio
cōnspiciō
verb
to look at attentively

conspicor
cōnspicor
verb
to get sight of

conspicuus
cōnspicuus
adjective
in view

conspirans
cōnspīrāns
adjective
accordant

conspiratio
cōnspīrātiō
noun
an agreement

conspiratus
cōnspīrātus
adjective
conspiring

conspiro
cōnspīrō
verb
to blow together

consponsor
cōnspōnsor
noun
a joint surety

conspuo
cōnspuō
verb
to spit upon

consputo
cōnspūtō
verb
to spit upon

constabilio
cōnstabiliō
verb
to confirm

constans
cōnstāns
adjective
firm

constanter
cōnstanter
adverb
firmly

constantia
cōnstantia
noun
steadiness

constantius
cōnstantius
cross-reference

constat
cōnstat
cross-reference

consternatio
cōnsternātiō
noun
dismay

consterno
cōnsternō
verb
to confound

consterno
cōnsternō
verb
to strew over

constipo
cōnstīpō
verb
to press together

constiti
cōnstitī
cross-reference
perf. of consisto and of consto

constituo
cōnstituō
verb
to put

constitutio
cōnstitūtiō
noun
a disposition

constitutum
cōnstitūtum
noun
an agreement

constitutus
cōnstitūtus
adjective
constituted

consto
cōnstō
verb
to agree

constratus
cōnstrātus
participle
p. of 1 consterno

constringo
cōnstringō
verb
to bind

constructio
cōnstrūctiō
noun
a putting together

construo
cōnstruō
verb
to heap together

constuprator
cōnstūprātor
noun
a debaucher

constupro
cōnstūprō
verb
to violate

Consual
Cōnsuāl
noun
the festival of Consus (August 21st and December 15th)

consuasor
cōnsuāsor
noun
a strenuous counsellor

consuefacio
cōnsuēfaciō
verb
to accustom

consuesco
cōnsuēscō
verb
to accustom

consuetudo
cōnsuētūdō
noun
a custom

consuetus
cōnsuētus
adjective
used

consul
cōnsul
noun
a consul

consularis
cōnsulāris
adjective
of a consul

consulariter
cōnsūlāriter
adverb
as becomes a consul

consulatus
cōnsulātus
noun
the office of consul

consulo
cōnsulō
verb
to meet and consider

consultatio
cōnsultātiō
noun
a mature deliberation

consulte
cōnsultē
adverb
deliberately

consulto
cōnsultō
adverb
deliberately

consulto
cōnsultō
verb
to reflect

consultor
cōnsultor
noun
one who gives counsel

consultrix
cōnsultrīx
noun
she who has a care for

consultum
cōnsultum
noun
deliberation

consultus
cōnsultus
adjective
well considered

consum
cōnsum
cross-reference

consummo
cōnsummō
verb
to accomplish

consumo
cōnsūmō
verb
to use up

consumptio
cōnsūmptiō
noun
a wasting

consumptor
cōnsūmptor
noun
a consumer

consurgo
cōnsurgō
verb
to rise

consurrectio
cōnsurrēctiō
noun
a standing up (to express assent)

Consus
Cōnsus
noun
an ancient deity

consusurro
cōnsusurrō
verb
to whisper together

contabesco
contābēscō
verb
to waste away

contabulatio
contabulātiō
noun
a structure of planks

contabulo
contabulō
verb
to floor over

contabundus
contābundus
adjective
lingering

contactus
contāctus
participle
p. of contingo

contactus
contāctus
noun
a touching

contagio
contāgiō
noun
a touching

contagium
contāgium
noun
infection

contaminatus
contāminātus
adjective
polluted

contamino
contāminō
verb
to bring into contact

contatio
contātiō
noun
a delaying

contator
contātor
noun
a delayer

contectus
contēctus
participle
p. of contego

contego
contegō
verb
to cover

contemero
contemerō
verb
to pollute

contemnendus
contemnendus
adjective
despicable

contemno
contemnō
verb
to value little

contemplatio
contemplātiō
noun
a viewing

contemplator
contemplātor
noun
an observer

contemplatus
contemplātus
noun
a consideration

contemplatus
contemplātus
participle
p. of contemplor

contemplor
contemplor
verb
to gaze at

contemptim
contemptim
adverb
contemptuously

contemptio
contemptiō
noun
a despising

contemptor
contemptor
noun
he who disregards

contemptrix
contemptrīx
noun
she who disregards

contemptus
contemptus
noun
a despising

contemptus
contemptus
adjective
despised

contemtim
contemtim
adverb
contemptuously

contemtio
contemtiō
noun
a despising

contemtor
contemtor
noun
he who disregards

contemtrix
contemtrīx
noun
she who disregards

contemtus
contemtus
noun
a despising

contemtus
contemtus
adjective
despised

contendo
contendō
verb
to stretch

contente
contentē
adverb
earnestly

contentio
contentiō
noun
a stretching

contentus
contentus
adjective
stretched

contentus
contentus
adjective
content

conterminus
conterminus
adjective
bordering upon

contero
conterō
verb
to grind

conterreo
conterreō
verb
to terrify

conterritus
conterritus
participle
p. of conterreo

contestor
contestor
verb
to call to witness

contexo
contexō
verb
to weave

contexte
contextē
adverb
in close connection

contextus
contextus
noun
connection

contextus
contextus
adjective
woven together

conticescisco
conticēscīscō
verb
to become still

conticesco
conticēscō
verb
to become still

contignatio
contīgnātiō
noun
a floor

contigno
contīgnō
verb
to join with beams

contiguus
contiguus
adjective
bordering

continens
continēns
noun
[sc. terra] a mainland

continens
continēns
adjective
bounding

continenter
continenter
adverb
continuously

continentia
continentia
noun
a restraint

contineo
contineō
verb
to hold together

contingo
contingō
verb
to touch

contingo
contingō
verb
to wet

continguo
continguō
verb
to wet

continuatio
continuātiō
noun
a continuance

continuo
continuō
verb
to join

continuo
continuō
adverb
immediatcly

continuus
continuus
adjective
joining

contio
cōntiō
noun
a meeting

contionabundus
cōntiōnābundus
adjective
speaking in public

contionalis
cōntiōnālis
adjective
of a popular assembly

contionarius
cōntiōnārius
adjective
of a public assembly

contionator
cōntiōnātor
noun
an haranguer

contionor
cōntiōnor
verb
to meet

contiuncula
cōntiuncula
noun
an harangue

contor
contor
verb
to delay

contorqueo
contorqueō
verb
to turn

contorte
contortē
adverb
perplexedly

contortio
contortiō
noun
a whirling

contortor
contortor
noun
a wrester

contortulus
contortulus
adjective
somewhat perverse

contortus
contortus
adjective
vehement

contra
contrā
preposition
[of position] before

contra
contrā
adverb
[of position] in opposition

contractio
contrāctiō
noun
a drawing together

contractiuncula
contrāctiuncula
noun
a trifling dejection

contracto
contractō
verb
to touch

contractrectatio
contractrectātiō
noun
a touching

contractus
contrāctus
adjective
drawn together

contradico
contrādīcō
verb
to speak against

contraho
contrahō
verb
to draw together

contrarie
contrāriē
adverb
in opposite ways

contrarium
contrārium
noun
see contrarius

contrarius
contrārius
adjective
[of position] lying over against

contrectatio
contrectātiō
noun
a touching

contrecto
contrectō
verb
to touch

contremisco
contremīscō
verb
to tremble

contremo
contremō
verb
to tremble

contribuo
contribuō
verb
to unite

contristo
contrīstō
verb
to sadden

contritus
contrītus
adjective
worn out

controversia
contrōversia
noun
a contention

controversiosus
contrōversiōsus
adjective
much controverted

controversus
contrōversus
adjective
disputed

controvorsia
contrōvorsia
noun
a contention

contrucido
contrucīdō
verb
to cut to pieces

contrudo
contrūdō
verb
to thrust

contubernalis
contubernālis
noun
a tent-companion

contubernium
contubernium
noun
companionship in a tent

contueor
contueor
verb
to look on

contuitus
contuitus
noun
a beholding

contumacia
contumācia
noun
inflexibility

contumaciter
contumāciter
adverb
obstinately

contumax
contumāx
adjective
insolent

contumelia
contumēlia
noun
insult

contumeliose
contumēliōsē
adverb
abusively

contumeliosus
contumēlīōsus
adjective
full of abuse

contumulo
contumulō
verb
to cover with a mound

contundo
contundō
verb
to beat

contunsus
contūnsus
participle
p. of contundo

conturbatio
conturbātiō
noun
confusion

conturbatus
conturbātus
adjective
distracted

conturbo
conturbō
verb
to confuse

contus
contus
noun
a pole

contusus
contūsus
participle
p. of contundo

conubialis
cōnūbiālis
adjective
of wedlock

conubium
cōnūbium
noun
marriage

conus
cōnus
noun
a cone

convalesco
convalēscō
verb
to recover

convallis
convallis
noun
a valley

convaso
convāsō
verb
to pack together

convecto
convectō
verb
to carry together

convector
convector
noun
a fellow-passenger

conveho
convehō
verb
to carry together

convello
convellō
verb
to tear away

convena
convena
noun
assembled strangers

conveniens
conveniēns
adjective
agreeing

convenienter
convenienter
adverb
fitly

convenientia
convenientia
noun
agreement

convenio
conveniō
verb
to come together

conventicius
conventīcius
adjective
of assembling

conventiculum
conventiculum
noun
a petty assembly

conventio
conventiō
noun
an agreement

conventum
conventum
noun
an agreement

conventus
conventus
noun
a meeting

conventus
conventus
participle
p. of convenio

converbero
converberō
verb
to strike

converro
converrō
verb
to sweep together

conversatio
conversātiō
noun
familiar intercourse

conversio
conversiō
noun
a turning round

converso
conversō
verb
to turn around

conversor
conversor
verb
to frequent

converto
convertō
verb
[transitively] to turn round

convestio
convestiō
verb
to clothe

convexus
convexus
adjective
vaulted

conviciator
convīciātor
noun
a railer

convicior
convīcior
verb
to revile

convicium
convīcium
noun
a loud noise

convictio
convīctiō
noun
companionship

convictor
convīctor
noun
a table companion

convictus
convīctus
participle
p. of convinco

convictus
convīctus
noun
a living together

convinco
convincō
verb
to overcome

conviso
convīsō
verb
to shine upon

convitior
convītior
verb
to revile

convitium
convītium
cross-reference

convitor
convītor
noun
a railer

conviva
convīva
noun
a table companion

convivalis
convīvālis
adjective
of a guest

convivator
convīvātor
noun
a host

convivium
convīvium
noun
a meal in company

convivor
convīvor
verb
to banquet

convocatio
convocātiō
noun
a convoking

convoco
convocō
verb
to call together

convolnero
convolnerō
verb
to wound severely

convolo
convolō
verb
to fly together

convolsus
convolsus
participle
p. of convello

convolvo
convolvō
verb
to roll together

convomo
convomō
verb
to bespew

convorro
convorrō
verb
to sweep together

convorto
convortō
verb
[transitively] to turn round

convulnero
convulnerō
verb
to wound severely

convulsus
convulsus
participle
p. of convello

cooperio
cooperiō
verb
to cover

cooptatio
cooptātiō
noun
an election to office

coopto
cooptō
verb
to choose

coorior
coorior
verb
to come forth

cophinus
cophinus
noun
a basket

copia
cōpia
noun
an abundance

copiose
cōpiōsē
adverb
in great abundance

copiosus
cōpiōsus
adjective
furnished abundantly

copis
copis
noun
a short

copo
cōpō
noun
a petty tradesman

copo
cōpō
noun
see caupo

copula
cōpula
noun
a band

copulatio
cōpulātiō
noun
a coupling

copulatus
cōpulātus
adjective
joined

copulo
cōpulō
verb
to couple

coquo
coquō
verb
to cook

coquos
coquos
noun
a cook

coquus
coquus
noun
a cook

cor
cor
noun
the heart

coram
cōram
adverb
i. Adv.

corbis
corbis
noun
a basket

corbita
corbīta
noun
a ship of burden

corcodilus
corcodīlus
noun
a crocodile

cordatus
cordātus
adjective
wise

cordax
cordax
noun
a wanton dance

cori
cōri
noun
([properly] a sack of sand for athletes)

Corinthius
Corinthius
adjective
of Corinth

Corinthos
Corinthos
noun
Corinth

Corinthus
Corinthus
noun
Corinth

corium
corium
noun
skin

corneolus
corneolus
adjective
horny

corneus
corneus
adjective
of horn

corneus
corneus
adjective
of the cornel-tree

cornicen
cornicen
noun
a hornblower

cornicula
cornīcula
noun
a little crow

corniculum
corniculum
noun
a little horn

corniger
corniger
adjective
[poet] having horns

cornipes
cornipēs
adjective
horn-footed

cornix
cornīx
noun
a crow

cornu
cornū
noun
a horn

cornum
cornum
noun
the cornel-berry

cornum
cornum
noun
see cornu

cornus
cornus
noun
a cornel cherry-tree

corolla
corōlla
noun
a little crown or garland

corollarium
corōllārium
noun
([properly] a garland)

corona
corōna
noun
a garland

coronarius
corōnārius
adjective
for a crown

corono
corōnō
verb
to furnish with a garland

corporatus
corporātus
adjective
material

corporeus
corporeus
adjective
of the body

corpus
corpus
noun
[living or lifeless] a body

corpusculum
corpusculum
noun
a puny body

corrado
corrādō
verb
to scrape together

correctio
corrēctiō
noun
an amendment

corrector
corrēctor
noun
an amender

correctus
corrēctus
participle
p. of corrigo

correpo
corrēpō
verb
to creep

correpte
correptē
adverb
shortly

correptus
correptus
participle
p. of corripio

corrigia
corrigia
noun
a shoe-tie

corrigo
corrigō
verb
to make straight

corripio
corripiō
verb
to seize

corroboro
corrōborō
verb
to strengthen

corrodo
corrōdō
verb
to gnaw

corrogo
corrogō
verb
to bring together by entreaty

corrugo
corrūgō
verb
to wrinkle

corrumpo
corrumpō
verb
to destroy

corruo
corruō
verb
to fall together

corrupte
corruptē
adverb
perversely

corruptela
corruptēla
noun
a corrupting

corruptio
corruptiō
noun
a corrupting

corruptor
corruptor
noun
a misleader

corruptrix
corruptrīx
noun
one who seduces

corruptus
corruptus
adjective
spoiled

cors
cōrs
noun
)

cortex
cortex
noun
the bark

cortina
cortīna
noun
a kettle

coruletum
corulētum
noun
a hazel-thicket

corulus
corulus
noun
see corylus

corulus
corulus
noun
a hazel-tree

Corus
Cōrus
noun
the northwest wind

corusco
coruscō
verb
to move quickly

coruscus
coruscus
adjective
in waving motion

corvus
corvus
noun
a raven

Corybantes
Corybantes
noun
plur.

Corybantius
Corybantius
adjective
of the Corybantes

corycus
cōrycus
noun
([properly] a sack of sand for athletes)

coryletum
corylētum
noun
a hazel-thicket

corylus
corylus
noun
a hazel-tree

Corymbifer
Corymbifer
noun
bearing clusters of ivy-berries

corymbus
corymbus
noun
a cluster of ivyberries

coryphaeus
coryphaeus
noun
a leader

corytos
cōrȳtos
noun
a quiver

corytus
cōrȳtus
noun
a quiver

cos
cōs
noun
a flint-stone

cosmetes
cosmētēs
noun
an adorner

cosmoe
cosmoe
noun
the ten councillors of state in Crete

costa
costa
noun
a rib

costum
costum
noun
an Oriental aromatic plant

cotes
cōtēs
noun
a pointed rock

cothurnatus
cothurnātus
adjective
with the cothurnus

cothurnus
cothurnus
noun
a high Grecian shoe

cotidianus
cotīdiānus
adjective
of every day

cotidie
cotīdiē
adverb
daily

cottana
cottana
cross-reference

cottanum
cottanum
noun
small Syrian figs

cottidiano
cottīdiānō
adverb
daily

cottidianus
cottīdiānus
adjective
of every day

cottidie
cottīdiē
adverb
daily

cottonum
cottonum
noun
small Syrian figs

coturnatus
coturnātus
adjective
with the cothurnus

coturnix
coturnīx
noun
a quail

coturnus
coturnus
noun
a high Grecian shoe

Cotyttium
Cotyttium
noun
the festival of Cotytto (goddess of lewdness)

Cous
Cōus
adjective
of Cos

covinarius
covīnārius
noun
a driver of a scythe-chariot

covinnarius
covinnārius
noun
a driver of a scythe-chariot

coxa
coxa
noun
the hip

crabro
crābrō
noun
a hornet

crambe
crambē
noun
a kind of cabbage

crapula
crāpula
noun
excessive drinking

cras
crās
adverb
tomorrow

crasse
crassē
adverb
thickly

crassitudo
crassitūdō
noun
thickness

crassus
crassus
adjective
solid

crastinus
crāstinus
adjective
of to-morrow

crater
crātēr
noun
a mixingvessel

cratera
crātēra
noun
a mixing-vessel

cratis
crātis
noun
wicker-work

creatio
creātiō
noun
an electing

creator
creātor
noun
a creator

creatrix
creātrīx
noun
she who produces

creber
crēber
adjective
thick

crebra
crēbra
adverb
often

crebresco
crēbrēscō
verb
to become frequent

crebritas
crēbritās
noun
thickness

crebro
crēbrō
adverb
in quick succession

credendus
crēdendus
participle
pP. of credo

credens
crēdēns
participle
pP. of credo

credibilis
crēdibilis
adjective
to be believed

credibiliter
crēdibiliter
adverb
credibly

creditor
crēditor
noun
a creditor

creditum
crēditum
noun
a loan

credo
crēdō
verb
to give as a loan

credulitas
crēdulitās
noun
ready belief

credulus
crēdulus
adjective
that easily believes

cremo
cremō
verb
to burn

cremor
cremor
noun
a thick vegetable juice

creo
creō
verb
to bring forth

crepida
crepida
noun
a sandal

crepidatus
crepidātus
adjective
wearing sandals

crepido
crepīdō
noun
a foundation of masonry

crepito
crepitō
verb
to rattle

crepitus
crepitus
noun
a rattling

crepo
crepō
verb
to rattle

crepundium
crepundium
noun
a child's rattle

crepusculum
crepusculum
noun
twilight

Cres
Crēs
noun
a Cretan

cresco
crēscō
verb
to come into being

Cresius
Crēsius
adjective
Cretan

Cressius
Crēssius
adjective
Cretan

Cressus
Crēssus
adjective
of Crete

creta
crēta
noun
cretan earth

cretatus
crētātus
adjective
marked with chalk

cretio
crētiō
noun
a formal acceptance of an inheritance

cretosus
crētōsus
adjective
abounding in chalk

cretula
crētula
noun
white clay

cretus
crētus
participle
p. of cresco

crevi
crēvī
cross-reference
perf. of cerno

cribrum
crībrum
noun
a sieve

crimen
crīmen
noun
a judgment

criminatio
crīminātiō
noun
an accusation

criminator
crīminātor
noun
an accuser

criminor
crīminor
verb
to accuse of crime

criminose
crīminōsē
adverb
reproachfully

criminosus
crīminōsus
adjective
bringing accusations

crinalis
crīnālis
adjective
of the hair

crinis
crīnis
noun
the hair

crinitus
crīnītus
adjective
covered with hair

criso
crīsō
verb
to move the haunches

crispisulcans
crīspisulcāns
adjective
roughfurrowing

crispo
crīspō
verb
to swing

crispus
crīspus
adjective
having curled hair

crisso
crīssō
verb
to move the haunches

crista
crista
noun
a tuft

cristatus
cristātus
adjective
tufted

criticus
criticus
noun
a judge

croceus
croceus
adjective
of saffron

crocinus
crocinus
adjective
of saffron

crocodilus
crocodīlus
noun
a crocodile

crocota
crocōta
noun
a saffron-colored dress

crotalistria
crotalistria
noun
a castanet dancer

crotalum
crotalum
noun
a rattle

cruciamentum
cruciāmentum
noun
torture

cruciatus
cruciātus
participle
p. of crucio

cruciatus
cruciātus
noun
torture

crucio
cruciō
verb
to put to the rack

crudelis
crūdēlis
adjective
rude

crudelitas
crūdēlitās
noun
harshness

crudeliter
crūdēliter
adverb
cruelly

crudesco
crūdēscō
verb
to increase in violence

cruditas
crūditās
noun
an overloading of the stomach

crudus
crūdus
adjective
bloody

cruento
cruentō
verb
to make bloody

cruentus
cruentus
adjective
spotted with blood

crumena
crumēna
noun
a moneybag

crumina
crumīna
noun
a moneybag

cruor
cruor
noun
blood

cruppellarii
cruppellāriī
cross-reference
among the Gauls

crus
crūs
noun
the leg

crusta
crūsta
noun
a hard surface

crustulum
crūstulum
noun
small pastry

crustum
crūstum
noun
a hard loaf

crux
crux
noun
a gallows

crypta
crypta
noun
a vault

crystallinum
crystallinum
noun
a crystalline vase

crystallus
crystallus
noun
a crystal

cubicularis
cubiculāris
adjective
of a sleeping chamber

cubicularius
cubiculārius
noun
a chamber-servant

cubiculum
cubiculum
noun
a room for reclining

cubile
cubīle
noun
a place of rest

cubital
cubital
noun
a cushion

cubitalis
cubitālis
adjective
of a cubit

cubito
cubitō
verb
to lie down often

cubitum
cubitum
noun
the elbow

cubo
cubō
verb
to lie down

cubus
cubus
noun
a mass

cucullulus
cucūllūlus
noun
a cuckoo

cucullus
cucullus
noun
a hood

cucullus
cucūllus
noun
a cuckoo

cucumis
cucumis
noun
a cucumber

cucurbita
cucurbita
noun
[properly] a gourd

cudo
cūdō
verb
to strike

cuias
cūiās
adjective
whence? of what country? from what place?

cuicuimodi
cuicuimodī
adverb
euphon. for cuiuscuiusmodi

cuius
cūius
adjective
[interrogative] of whom? whose?

cuiusdam modi
cūiusdam modī
cross-reference

cuius modi
cūius modī
cross-reference

cuiusque modi
cūiusque modī
cross-reference

culcita
culcita
noun
a bed

culcitra
culcitra
noun
a bed

culeus
cūleus
noun
a leather bag

culex
culex
noun
a gnat

culina
culīna
noun
a kitchen

culleus
culleus
noun
a leather bag

culmen
culmen
noun
the top

culmus
culmus
noun
a stalk

culpa
culpa
noun
a fault

culpatus
culpātus
adjective
blamable

culpo
culpō
verb
to reproach

culte
cultē
adverb
elegantly

cultellus
cultellus
noun
a small knife

culter
culter
noun
a knife

cultio
cultiō
noun
a cultivation

cultor
cultor
noun
a cultivator

cultrix
cultrīx
noun
a cultivator

cultum
cultum
noun
plantations

cultura
cultūra
noun
a cultivating

cultus
cultus
noun
labor

cultus
cultus
adjective
cultivated

culullus
culullus
noun
a large drinking-vessel

culus
cūlus
noun
the fundament

cum
cum
conjunction
[fixing a point of time] when

cum
cum
preposition
with

cumba
cumba
noun
a boat

cumera
cumera
noun
a receptacle for corn

cuminum
cumīnum
noun
cumin

cumque
cumque
adverb
whenever

cumulate
cumulātē
adverb
in rich abundance

cumulatus
cumulātus
adjective
heaped

cumulo
cumulō
verb
to heap

cumulus
cumulus
noun
a heap

cuna
cūna
noun
a cradle

cunabulum
cūnābulum
noun
a cradle

cunctabundus
cunctābundus
adjective
lingering

cunctans
cunctāns
adjective
dilatory

cunctanter
cunctanter
adverb
slowly

cunctatio
cunctātiō
noun
a delaying

cunctator
cunctātor
noun
a delayer

cunctor
cunctor
verb
to delay

cunctus
cūnctus
adjective
all in a body

cuneatim
cuneātim
adverb
in the form of a wedge

cuneatus
cuneātus
adjective
like a wedge

cuneolus
cuneolus
noun
a little wedge

cuneus
cuneus
noun
a wedge

cuniculosus
cunīculōsus
adjective
abounding in rabbits

cuniculus
cunīculus
noun
a rabbit

cunnus
cunnus
noun
[obscene] the female pudenda

cupa
cūpa
noun
a cask

cupedia
cūpēdia
noun
daintiness

Cupencus
Cupencus
noun
a priest of the Sabines

cupide
cupidē
adverb
eagerly

Cupidineus
Cupīdineus
adjective
of Cupid

cupiditas
cupiditās
noun
a longing

cupido
cupīdō
noun
a desire

cupidus
cupidus
adjective
longing

cupiens
cupiēns
adjective
desirous

cupio
cupiō
verb
to long for

cupitor
cupītor
noun
one who desires

cupitus
cupītus
participle
p. of cupio

cuppedia
cuppēdia
noun
daintiness

cuppedinarius
cuppēdinārius
noun
a maker of dainties

cuppedo
cuppēdō
noun
a desire

cupressetum
cupressētum
noun
a grove of cypress-trees

cupresseus
cupresseus
adjective
of cypress

cupressifer
cupressifer
adjective
cypress-bearing

cupressus
cupressus
noun
the cypress (an evergreen tree

cur
cūr
adverb
[interrogative] why? wherefore? for what reason?

cura
cūra
noun
trouble

curabilis
cūrābilis
adjective
requiring treatment

curalium
cūralium
noun
(-)

curandus
cūrandus
participle
P. of curo

curans
cūrāns
participle
P. of curo

curate
cūrātē
adverb
carefully

curatio
cūrātiō
noun
a caring for

curator
cūrātor
noun
he who takes charge

curatura
cūrātūra
noun
care

curatus
cūrātus
adjective
carefully regarded

curculio
curculiō
noun
a corn-worm

Curetes
Cūrētēs
noun
ancient priests of Cybele in Crete

Curetis
Cūrētis
noun
adj

curia
cūria
noun
a court

curialis
cūriālis
noun
a member of the same curia

curiatim
cūriātim
adverb
by curiae

curiatus
cūriātus
adjective
of the curiae

curio
cūriō
noun
the priest of a curia

curiose
cūriosē
adverb
carefully

curiositas
cūriōsitās
noun
eagerness for knowledge

curiosus
cūriōsus
adjective
bestowing care

curis
curīs
noun
a spear

curo
cūrō
verb
to care for

curriculum
curriculum
noun
a small car

curro
currō
verb
to run

curruca
currūca
noun
a hedge - sparrow

currulis
currūlis
adjective
of a chariot

currus
currus
noun
a chariot

cursim
cursim
adverb
quickly

cursito
cursitō
verb
to run about

curso
cursō
verb
to run hither and thither

cursor
cursor
noun
a runner

cursus
cursus
noun
a running

curto
curtō
verb
to shorten

curtus
curtus
adjective
shortened

curulis
curūlis
adjective
of a chariot

curvamen
curvāmen
noun
a bending

curvatura
curvātūra
noun
a bend

curvo
curvō
verb
to crook

curvos
curvos
adjective
crooked

curvus
curvus
adjective
crooked

cuspis
cuspis
noun
a point

custodia
custōdia
noun
a watching

custodio
custōdiō
verb
to watch

custos
custōs
noun
a guard

cuticula
cutīcula
noun
the skin

cutis
cutis
noun
the skin

Cvir
Cvir
noun
the hundred men

cyathus
cyathus
noun
a cup

cybaeus
cybaeus
adjective
round-hulled

Cybebe
Cybēbē
noun
a Phrygian goddess

Cybele
Cybelē
noun
a Phrygian goddess

cyclas
cȳclas
noun
a circular

cyclicus
cȳclicus
adjective
of a cycle

Cyclops
Cyclōps
noun
round-eye

cycneus
cycnēus
adjective
of a swan

cycnus
cycnus
noun
the swan

cygneus
cȳgnēus
adjective
of a swan

cygnus
cȳgnus
noun
the swan

cylindrus
cylindrus
noun
a cylinder

Cyllene
Cyllēnē
noun
a mountain of Arcadia

Cyllenius
Cyllēnius
adjective
of Cyllene

cymba
cymba
cross-reference

cymba
cymba
noun
a boat

cymbalum
cymbalum
noun
(gen. plur. Cymbalu_m)

cymbium
cymbium
noun
a small drinking vessel

cyminum
cymīnum
noun
cumin

cynicus
cynicus
adjective
cynic

cynocephalus
cynocephalus
noun
an ape with a dog's head

Cynosura
Cynosūra
noun
(dog's tail)

cyparissus
cyparissus
noun
a cypress-tree

cytisus
cytisus
noun
a kind of clover

Cytoriacus
Cytōriacus
adjective
of Cytorus

 
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