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C
C
noun
e

c
c
noun
e

ca
ca
noun
one who is receiving elementary instruction in religion

caballa
caballa
noun
a mare

caballarius
caballārius
noun
a rider

caballatio
caballātiō
noun
fodder for a horse

caballinus
caballīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to a horse

caballio
caballiō
noun
a small horse

caballion
caballion
noun
a plant

caballus
caballus
noun
an inferior riding- or pack-horse

Caballus
Caballus
noun
a Roman cognomen

Cabillonensis
Cabillōnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Cabillonum

Cabillonum
Cabillōnum
noun
a considerable town of. the Aedui in

Cabirum
Cabīrum
noun
a town in Pontus

Cabirus
Cabīrus
noun
the Cabiri

cabus
cabus
noun
a corn-measure

Cabyla
Cabyla
noun
a town in Thrace

Cabyle
Cabylē
noun
a town in Thrace

Cabyleta
Cabylēta
noun
the inhabitants of Cabyle

Caca
Cāca
noun
a sister of Cacus

cacabaceus
cācabāceus
adjective
of or pertaining to a kitchen-pot

cacabatus
cācabātus
adjective
black

cacabo
cācabō
verb
to cackle

cacabulus
cācabulus
noun
a small cooking-pot

cacabus
cācabus
noun
a cooking-pot

cacalia
cacālia
noun
a plant

cacaturio
cacāturiō
verb
v. n. desid

caccacabaceus
caccācabāceus
adjective
of or pertaining to a kitchen-pot

caccacabatus
caccācabātus
adjective
black

caccacabulus
caccācabulus
noun
a small cooking-pot

caccacabus
caccācabus
noun
a cooking-pot

cacemphaton
cacemphaton
noun
ill-sounding

cachecta
cachecta
noun
one that is in a consumption

cachecticus
cachecticus
adjective
hectic

cachexia
cachexia
noun
a consumption

cachinnabilis
cachinnābilis
adjective
Capable of laughing

cachinnatio
cachinnātiō
noun
a violent laughing

cachinno
cachinnō
verb
to laugh aloud

cachinno
cachinnō
noun
one who laughs violently

cachinnosus
cachinnosus
adjective
given to loud laughter

cachinnus
cachinnus
noun
a loud laugh

cachla
cachla
noun
a plant

cachrys
cachrys
noun
An appendage to the catkin of certain trees in autumn

caco
cacō
verb
to go to stool

cacoethes
cacoēthes
noun
an incurable passion for writing or scribbling

cacometer
cacometer
adjective
faulty in metre

cacometrus
cacometrus
adjective
faulty in metre

Cacomnemon
Cacomnēmon
noun
title of a mime of Laberius

cacophaton
cacophaton
noun
a union of two or more disagreeable sounds which form an equivocal word or expression

cacophonia
cacophōnia
noun
a disagreeable sound formed by the meeting of syllables or words

cacosyntheton
cacosyntheton
noun
an incorrect connection of words

cacozelia
cacozēlia
noun
a bad

cacozelus
cacozēlus
adjective
a bad imitator

cactus
cactus
noun
a prickly plant with edible stalks

cacula
cacula
noun
a servant

caculatum
caculātum
cross-reference
servitude

cacumen
cacūmen
noun
the extreme end

cacumino
cacūminō
verb
to point

Cacus
Cācus
noun
son of Vulcan

cacus
cacus
noun
a servant

cadaver
cadāver
noun
a dead body of man or brute

cadaverina
cadāverīna
noun
the flesh of a carcass

cadaverinus
cadāverīnus
adjective
of carrion

cadaverosus
cadāverōsus
adjective
like a corpse

cadialis
cadiālis
adjective
of or pertaining to a jar

cadivus
cadīvus
adjective
falling of itself

cadmea
cadmea
noun
an ore of zinc

Cadmea
Cadmēa
noun
the citadel of Thebes founded by Cadmus

cadmea
cadmēa
noun
an ore of zinc

Cadmeis
Cadmēis
noun
of Cadmus

Cadmeis
Cadmēis
noun

Cadmeius
Cadmēius
adjective
Cadmean

Cadmeus
Cadmēus
adjective
of or pertaining to Cadmus

cadmia
cadmīa
noun
an ore of zinc

cadmia
cadmia
noun
an ore of zinc

cadmitis
cadmītis
noun
a kind of precious stone

Cadmus
Cadmus
noun
Son of the Phaenician king Agenor

cado
cadō
verb
to be driven or carried by one's weight from a higher to a lower point

caducarius
cadūcārius
adjective
relating to property without a master

caduceator
cādūceātor
noun
A herald

caduceatus
cādūceātus
adjective
having or bearing the herald's wand

caduceum
cādūceum
noun
a herald's staff

caduceus
cādūceus
noun
a herald's staff

caducifer
cādūcifer
adjective
bearing a herald's staff

caduciter
cadūciter
adverb
precipitately

caducum
cadūcum
noun
property without an heir

caducus
cadūcus
adjective
That falls or has fallen

cadurcum
cadurcum
noun
a Cadurcian coverlet

Cadurcus
Cadurcus
adjective
of or pertaining to the Cadurci

Cadurcus
Cadurcus
noun
a people in

cadus
cadus
noun
a large vessel for containing liquids

Cadus
Cādus
noun
a town in Phrygia

Cadusia
Cadūsia
noun
the country of the Cadusii

Cadusius
Cadūsius
noun
a people in Media

Cadusus
Cadusus
noun
the country of the Cadusii

Cadusus
Cadūsus
noun
a people in Media

cadytas
cadytās
noun
a Syrian parasitical pl'ant

caecator
caecātor
noun
he who stops or obstructs a fountain

Caecia
Caecia
noun
two small islands

caecias
caeciās
noun
the northeast wind

caecidi
caecīdi
verb
To cut

caecigenus
caecigenus
adjective
born blind

caecilia
caecilia
noun
A kind of lizard

Caecilianus
Caeciliānus
noun

Caecilianus
Caeciliānus
noun
a Roman cognomen

Caecilianus
Caeciliānus
adjective
Caecilian

Caecilius
Caecilius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

Caecilius
Caecilius
adjective
Caecilian

Caecina
Caecīna
noun
a river in Etruria

Caecina
Caecīna
noun
a surname in the gens Licinia

Caecinianus
Caecīniānus
adjective

caecitas
caecitās
noun
blindness

caecitudo
caecitūdō
noun
blindness

caeco
caecō
verb
to make blind

Caecubum
Caecubum
noun
a marshy place in Southern Latium

Caecubum
Caecubum
noun
Caecuban wine

Caecubus
Caecubus
adjective
Caecuban

caeculto
caecultō
verb
to be like one blind

Caeculus
Caeculus
noun
son of Vulcan

caecum
caecum
noun
uncertainty

Caecus
Caecus
noun
the blind people

Caecus
Caecus
noun
blind

caecus
caecus
adjective
having no light

caecutio
caecūtiō
verb
to be blind

caedes
caedēs
noun
a cutting or lopping off

caedo
caedō
verb
To cut

caeduus
caeduus
adjective
that can be cut without injury

cael
cael
noun
to be struck with lightning

caelamen
caelāmen
noun
a basso-relievo

caelator
caelātor
noun
an artisan in basso-relievo

caelatura
caelātūra
noun
the art of engraving or carving bass-reliefs in metals and ivory

caelebs
caelebs
adjective
unmarried

caeles
caeles
adjective
heavenly

caeles
caeles
noun
the inhabitants of heaven

caeleste
caeleste
noun
the heavenly bodies

caeleste
caeleste
noun
heavenly objects

Caelestinus
Caelestīnus
noun
a people of Umbria

Caelestinus
Caelestīnus
noun
a late Roman historian

caelestinus
caelestīnus
adjective
heavenly

caelestis
caelestis
adjective
pertaining to heaven or to the heavens

Caelestis
Caelestis
noun
a female divinity in Carthage

caelestis
caelestis
noun
a deity

caelia
caelia
noun
a kind of beer made in Spain

Caelianum
Caeliānum
noun
the writings of Caelius

Caelianus
Caeliānus
noun
The soldiers of Caeles Vibenna

Caelianus
Caeliānus
adjective
Caelian

caelibalis
caelibālis
noun
a small spear or pin

caelibaris
caelibāris
noun
a small spear or pin

caelibatus
caelibātus
noun
celibacy

caelicola
caelicola
noun
Dwelling in heaven

Caeliculus
Caeliculus
noun
a part of the Caelian Hill

caelicus
caelicus
adjective
celestial

caelifer
caelifer
adjective
supporting the heavens

caelifluus
caelifluus
adjective
flowing from heaven

caeligenus
caeligenus
adjective
heaven-born

caeliger
caeliger
adjective
heaven supporting

caeliloquus
caeliloquus
adjective
heavenly speaking

Caelimontanus
Caelimontānus
adjective
of or pertaining to Caelimontium

Caelimontium
Caelimontium
noun
the second region of Rome

Caelina
Caelīna
noun
a town in Venetia

Caeliolus
Caeliolus
noun
a part of the Caelian Hill

caelipotens
caelipotens
adjective
powerful in heaven

Caelispex
Caelispex
noun
looking towards the Caelian Hill

caelitus
caelitus
adverb
From heaven

Caelius
Caelius
noun
A Roman gentile name

caelo
caelō
verb
to engrave in relief upon metals or wory

caelum
caelum
noun
the chisel or burin of the sculptor or engraver

caelum
caelum
noun
to be struck with lightning

caelus
caelus
noun

caelus
caelus
noun
the heavens

caelus
caelus
noun
to be struck with lightning

caementa
caementa
noun

caementa
caementa
noun
A rough

caementarius
caementārius
noun
a stone-cutter

caementicius
caementīcius
adjective
of or pertaining to quarried stones

caementitius
caementītius
adjective
of or pertaining to quarried stones

caementum
caementum
noun
A rough

caena
caena
noun
the principal meal of the Romans in the early period

caena
caena
cross-reference

caenacularius
caenāculārius
adjective
pertaining to a garret

caenaculum
caenāculum
noun
a dining-room

caenaticus
caenāticus
adjective
pertaining to a dinner

caenatio
caenātiō
noun
a dining-room

caenatiuncula
caenātiuncula
noun
a small dining-room

caenatorius
caenātōrius
adjective
of or pertaining to dinner

caenaturio
caenāturiō
cross-reference
v. desid

caenatus
caenātus
adjective

Caeneus
Caeneus
noun
a girl

Caenina
Caenīna
noun
a small but very ancient town in Latium

Caeninensis
Caenīnensis
adjective
of Caenina

Caeninensis
Caenīnensis
noun
the inhabitants of Caenina

Caeninus
Caenīnus
adjective
of Caenina

Caenis
Caenis
noun
A mistress of Vespasian

caenito
caenitō
verb
to dine often or much

caeno
caenō
verb
to take a meal

Caenophruriufrurium
Caenophrūriufrūrium
noun
a town in Thrace

Caenophrurium
Caenophrūrium
noun
a town in Thrace

caenositas
caenositās
noun
a dirty place

caenosus
caenōsus
adjective
muddy

caenula
caenula
noun
a little dinner

caenulentus
caenulentus
adjective
covered with mud

caenum
caenum
noun
dirt

caepa
caepa
noun

Caepa
Caepa
noun

Caepa
Caepa
noun

caeparia
caepāria
noun
a disease in the privy members

Caeparius
Caepārius
noun
a Roman proper name

caeparius
caepārius
noun
a trader in onions

Caepasius
Caepasius
noun
a Roman proper name

caepe
caepe
noun

Caepe
Caepe
noun

caepina
caepīna
noun
a field or bed of onions

caepitium
caepitium
noun

caepitium
caepitium
noun

caepuila
caepuila
noun

caepuila
caepuila
noun
a field or bed of onions

Caeraesus
Caeraesus
noun
a Belgian tribe

Caere
Caere
noun
a very ancient city of Etruria

caerefolium
caerefolium
noun
chervil

Caerellia
Caerellia
noun
a Roman lady mentioned in the letters of Cicero

Caeres
Caeres
adjective
of or pertaining to Caere

Caeretanum
Caerētānum
noun
wine from Caere

Caeretanum
Caerētānum
noun
a country-seat near Caere

Caeretanus
Caerētānus
noun
the inhabitants of Caere

Caeretanus
Caerētānus
noun

Caeretanus
Caerētānus
adjective
of or belonging to Caere

Caeretes
Caerētes
noun

Caeretis
Caerētis
noun
the inhabitants of Caere

caerimonia
caerimōnia
noun
the sacred. the divine

caerimonialis
caerimōniālis
adjective
pertaining to religious rites

caerimonior
caerimōnior
verb
dep. a

caerimoniosus
caerimōniōsus
adjective
per taining or devoted to religious rites

caerimonium
caerimōnium
noun
the sacred. the divine

Caeritis
Caeritis
noun
the inhabitants of Caere

Caeritis
Caeritis
noun

Caeroesus
Caeroesus
noun
a Belgian tribe

caerulans
caerulans
adjective
dark-colored

caeruleatus
caeruleātus
adjective
dark-colored

caeruleum
caeruleum
noun
a blue color

Caeruleus
Caeruleus
noun
the name of an aqueduct at Rome

caeruleus
caeruleus
adjective
dark-colored

caerulum
caerulum
noun

caerulum
caerulum
noun
the sea

caerulus
caerulus
adjective
dark-colored

caesa
caesa
noun
a cut

caesapon
caesapon
noun
a kind of lettuce

Caesar
Caesar
noun
a cognomen in the gens Julia.

Caesaraugusta
Caesaraugusta
noun
a town in

Caesarea
Caesarēa
noun
A very important town in Palestine

Caesareia
Caesarēīa
noun
A very important town in Palestine

Caesareia
Caesarēia
noun
A very important town in Palestine

Caesareus
Caesareus
adjective

Caesareus
Caesareus
adjective
Of or pertaining to the triumvir Caesar

Caesarianum
Caesariānum
noun
a kind of eye-salve

Caesarianus
Caesariānus
noun
the adherents of Caesar in the civil war

Caesarianus
Caesariānus
adjective

Caesarianus
Caesariānus
adjective
Of the triumvir Caesar

caesariatus
caesariātus
adjective
Covered with hair

Caesariensis
Caesariensis
adjective

Caesariensis
Caesariensis
adjective
of Caesarea

Caesariensis
Caesariensis
adjective
of Caesarea

Caesariensis
Caesariensis
noun
its inhabitants

caesaries
caesariēs
noun
a dark

Caesarinus
Caesarīnus
adjective

Caesarinus
Caesarīnus
adjective
of or relating to the triumvir Julius Caesar

Caesario
Caesariō
noun
son of Caesar by Cleopatra

Caesarivenals
Caesarivēnāls
noun
a name given to the inhabitants of Castulo

Caesari venals
Caesarī vēnāls
noun
a name given to the inhabitants of Castulo

Caesena
Caesēna
noun
a town in

Caesenas
Caesēnas
adjective
of Caesena

Caesennius
Caesennius
adjective
a Roman

Caesia Silva
Caesia Silva
expression
a forest in ancient Germany

caesicius
caesicius
adjective

caesim
caesīm
adverb
by cutting

caesio
caesiō
noun
A cutting

caesitas
caesitās
noun
blue

caesitiucius
caesitiucius
adjective
bluish

caesitius
caesitius
adjective
bluish

caesius
caesius
adjective
bluish gray

Caesius
Caesius
noun
a Roman cognomen

caesna
caesna
noun
the principal meal of the Romans in the early period

Caeso
Caesō
noun
a Roman cognomen in the gens Fabia

Caesonianus
Caesōniānus
adjective
mistress and afterwards wife of Caligula

Caesonius
Caesōnius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

caesor
caesor
noun
one who hews something

caespes
caespes
noun
A turf

caespitatores
caespitātōres
cross-reference

caespiticius
caespiticius
adjective
made of turf

caesposus
caespōsus
adjective
abounding in turf or grass

caesticillus
caesticillus
noun
a small ring or hoop placed upon the head to support a burden

caesticus
caesticus
adjective
of a boxer's glove

caestus
caestus
noun
a strap of bull's hide loaded with balls of lead or iron

caestus
caestus
noun
a girdle

caesullae
caesullaē
adverb
having gray eyes

caesum
caesum
noun

caesum
caesum
noun

caesura
caesūra
noun
A cutting

caesuratim
caesūrātim
adverb
with pauses in short clauses

caesus
caesus
noun
a cutting

caesus
caesus
adjective

caeterus
caeterus
adjective
the other

caeterus
caeterus
adjective

caetra
caetra
noun
a short Spanish shield

caetratus
caetrātus
adjective
armed with a caetra

caetratus
caetrātus
noun

Caeus
Caeus
adjective

Caeus
Caeus
noun

Caeyx
Caeyx
adjective

caia
caia
noun
a cudgel

Caia
Caia
cross-reference

Caianus
Cāiānus
adjective
the emperor Gaius Caligula

caiatio
cāiātiō
noun
a striking

Caicus
Caīcus
noun
A river of Greater Mysia

Caieta
Cāiēta
noun
The nurse of Aeneas

Caietanus
Cāiētānus
adjective
of Caieta

Caiete
Cāiētē
noun
The nurse of Aeneas

caio
cāiō
verb
to beat

Caius
Cāius
noun
a Roman praenomen

Caius
Cāius
cross-reference

cala
cāla
noun
a piece or billet of wood

calabarriunculos
calabarriunculos
cross-reference

Calaber
Calaber
adjective
of Calabria

Calaber
Calāber
noun
the inhabitants of Calabria

Calaber
Calaber
noun
the inhabitants of Calabria

Calaber
Calāber
adjective
of Calabria

Calabra Curia
Calābra Cūria
expression
a Curia at the Capitol

Calabria
Calābria
noun
the country in Lower Italy from Tarentum to the promontory Iapygium

Calabria
Calabria
noun
the country in Lower Italy from Tarentum to the promontory Iapygium

Calabrica
Calabrica
noun
a certain surgical bandage

Calabrica
Calābrica
noun
a certain surgical bandage

Calabricus
Calābricus
adjective
Calabrian

Calabricus
Calabricus
adjective
Calabrian

calabrix
calābrix
noun
a shrub

calabrix
calabrix
noun
a shrub

Calacte
Calactē
noun
a town on the north coast of Sicily

Calactinus
Calactīnus
noun
an inhabitant of Calacte

Calaguris
Calagūris
noun
A town in

Calagurris
Calagurris
noun
A town in

Calagurritani
Calagurrītānī
adverb
its inhabitants

Calais
Calais
noun
the winged son of Boreas and Orithyia

calam
calam
adverb
secretly

calamarius
calamārius
adjective
pertaining to a writing-reed

calamellus
calamellus
noun
a little reed

calamentum
cālāmentum
noun
withered

Calaminae insulae
Calamīnae insulae
expression
floating islands in Lydia

calaminthe
calaminthē
noun
a plant

Calamis
Calamis
noun
a distinguished Greek sculptor and artificer in metals

calamister
calamister
noun
a hollow

calamistratus
calamistrātus
adjective
curled with the curling-iron

calamistrum
calamistrum
noun
a hollow

calamitas
calamitās
noun
loss

calamites
calamītēs
noun
the green frog

calamitose
calamitōsē
adverb
unfortunately

calamitosus
calamitōsus
adjective
that causes great damage or loss

calamochnus
calamochnus
noun
a kind of sea-foam

calamus
calamus
noun
a reed

calantica
calantica
noun

calantica
calantica
noun
a covering for the head of women

Calanus
Calanus
noun
an Indian philosopher

Calaris
Calaris
cross-reference

Calaris
Calaris
noun
the chief city of Sardinia

Calaritanus
Calarītānus
cross-reference

calasis
calasis
cross-reference
a kind of tunic which the Greeks call

Calates
Calatēs
noun
a Grecian painter

calathiana viola
calathiāna viola
expression

calathiscus
calathiscus
noun
a small wicker basket

calathus
calathus
noun
a wicker basket

Calatia
Cālātia
noun
a town in Campania

Calatia
Cālātia
noun
a town in Campania

calatina viola
calatina viola
noun
a species of gentian

Calatini
Cālātīnī
adverb
its inhabitants

calatio
calātiō
noun
a calling

calator
calātor
noun
a servant

calatorius
calātōrius
adjective
relating to priests

calatus
calātus
adjective

Calaurea
Calaurēa
noun
an island on the eastern coast of Argolis

Calauria
Calauria
noun
an island on the eastern coast of Argolis

calautica
calautica
noun
a covering for the head of women

calbeos
calbeos
cross-reference

calbeus
calbeus
noun
a kind of armband

calcaneum
calcāneum
noun
the heel

calcaneus
calcāneus
noun
the heel

calcar
calcar
noun
a spur

calcariarius
calcāriārius
adjective
of or pertaining to burning lime

calcariensis
calcāriensis
noun
a limeburner

calcarius
calcārius
noun
a limeburner

calcarius
calcārius
adjective
of or pertaining to lime

calcata
calcāta
noun
the material for filling ditches

calcator
calcātor
noun
one who treads something

calcatorium
calcātōrium
noun
a wine-press

calcatrix
calcātrix
noun
she who treads upon something

calcatura
calcātūra
noun
a treading

calcatus
calcātus
noun
a treading

calcatus
calcātus
adjective

calceamen
calceāmen
noun
a shoe

calceamentarius
calceāmentārius
noun
a shoemaker

calceamentum
calceāmentum
noun
a covering for the foot

calcearia
calceāria
noun
a shoe-shop

calcearium
calceārium
noun
money for shoes

calceator
calceātor
noun
a shoemaker

calceatus
calceātus
noun
a covering for the foot

calceatus
calceātus
adjective

calcendix
calcendix
cross-reference
a kind of shell-fish

calceo
calceō
verb
to furnish with shoes

calceolarius
calceolārius
noun
one who makes shoes

calceolus
calceolus
noun
a small shoe

calces
calces
noun
leaden bottles

calceus
calceus
noun
a shoe

Calchas
Calchās
adjective
son of Thestor

Calchedon
Calchēdon
cross-reference

Calchedon
Calchēdon
noun
a town in Bithynia

calciamen
calciāmen
noun
a shoe

calciamentum
calciāmentum
noun
a covering for the foot

calciarium
calciārium
cross-reference

calciarium
calciārium
noun
money for shoes

calciator
calciātor
noun
a shoemaker

calciatus
calciātus
cross-reference

calciatus
calciātus
noun
a covering for the foot

calciatus
calciātus
adjective

calcifraga
calcifraga
noun
an herb said to be a remedy for the stone

calcio
calciō
verb
to furnish with shoes

calcio
calciō
cross-reference

calciolceolarius
calciolceolārius
noun
one who makes shoes

calcis
calcis
noun
A small stone used in gaming

calcitratus
calcitrātus
noun
a striking with the heel

calcitro
calcitrō
verb
to strike with the heels

calcitro
calcitrō
noun
One who strikes with his heels

calcitrosus
calcitrōsus
adjective
kicking

calcius
calcius
noun
a shoe

calco
calcō
verb
to tread something or upon something

calcularius
calculārius
adjective
of or pertaining to calculation

calculatio
calculātiō
noun
calculus

calculatio
calculātiō
noun
a computation

calculator
calculātor
noun
a computer

calculatorius
calculātōrius
adjective
of or pertaining to an accountant

calculensis
calculensis
adjective
of or pertaining to stones

calculo
calculō
verb
to calculate

calculo
calculō
noun
a computer

calculosus
calculōsus
adjective
Full of small stones or pebbles

calculus
calculus
noun
a small stone

calcus
calcus
noun

calda
calda
noun
warm water

calda
calda
noun

caldamentum
caldāmentum
noun
a fermentation

caldaria
caldāria
noun
A warm bath

caldariola
caldāriola
noun
a small vessel for heating fluids

caldarium
caldārium
noun
A hot bath

caldarius
caldārius
adjective
pertaining to or suitable for warming

Caldius
Caldius
noun
a nickname formed from Claudius

caldor
caldor
noun
warmth

caldum
caldum
noun
a hot drink

caldum
caldum
noun

Caldus
Caldus
noun
a Roman cognomen

caldus
caldus
adjective
warm

caldus
caldus
adjective

Caledonia
Calēdonia
noun
the province of the ancient Britons

Caledonicus
Calēdonicus
adjective
Caledonian

Caledonis
Calēdonis
noun
a people in the Scottish Highlands

Caledonius
Calēdonius
adjective
Caledonian

calefacio
calefaciō
verb
to make warm or hot

calefactabilis
calefactābilis
adjective
that can be warmed

calefactio
calefactiō
noun
a warming

calefacto
calefactō
verb
to make warm

calefactorius
calefactōrius
adjective
having a warming or heating power

calefactus
calefactus
adjective

calefactus
calefactus
noun
a warming

calefio
calefīō
verb

Calenda
Calenda
noun
the Calends

Calendae
Calendaē
adverb

Calendaris
Calendāris
cross-reference

Calendarium
Calendārium
noun
a debt-book

calendarium
calendārium
cross-reference

Calentum
Calentum
noun
a town in

Calenum
Calēnum
noun

Calenum
Calēnum
noun
a town in Southern Campania

Calenus
Calēnus
noun

Calenus
Calēnus
noun
the inhabitants of Cales

Calenus
Calēnus
adjective
of Cales

caleo
caleō
verb
to be warm or hot

Cales
Cales
noun
a town in Southern Campania

calesco
calescō
verb
to grow warm or hot

Caletis
Calētis
noun
a people of Belgic Gaul

Caletranus
Caletrānus
adjective
of or belonging to Caletra in Etruria

Caletus
Calētus
noun
a people of Belgic Gaul

calfacalefactus
calfacalefactus
noun
a warming

calfacio
calfaciō
verb
to make warm or hot

calfactus
calfactus
adjective

caliandrium
caliandrium
noun
a high head-dress

calicata aedificia
calicāta aedificia
cross-reference
plastered with lime

calicellus
calicellus
noun
a little cup

caliclarium
caliclārium
noun
a place where cups stand

caliculus
caliculus
noun
a small cup

calida
calida
noun
warm water

calidarium
calidārium
cross-reference

calidarius
calidārius
adjective
pertaining to or suitable for warming

calide
calidē
adverb
quickly

Calidius
Calidius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens.

Calidonia
Calīdonia
noun
the province of the ancient Britons

calidum
calidum
noun
a hot drink

calidus
calidus
adjective
warm

caliendrum
caliendrum
noun
a high head-dress

caliga
caliga
noun
a shoe of leather

caligaris
caligāris
adjective
of or pertaining to the

caligarius
caligārius
adjective
of or pertaining to the soldier's boot

caligarius
caligārius
noun
a maker of soldiers

caligatio
cālīgātiō
noun
darkness

caligatus
caligātus
adjective
wearing soldiers

caligatus
caligātus
noun
a common soldier

caligineus
cālīgineus
adjective
dark

caliginosus
cālīginōsus
adjective
full of mist

caligo
cālīgō
noun
a thick atmosphere

caligo
cālīgō
verb
To emit vapor or steam

caligosus
cālīgōsus
adjective
full of mist

caligosus
cālīgōsus
cross-reference

caligula
caligula
noun
a small military boot

Caligula
Caligula
noun
a cognomen of the successor of Tiberius

calim
calim
adverb

Calinga
Calinga
noun
a people of India

Calingius
Calingius
noun
a people of Arabia

caliptra
caliptra
noun
a people of Arabia

calix
calix
noun
A cup

calla
calla
cross-reference

Callaecia
Callaecia
cross-reference

Callaecus
Callaecus
cross-reference

Callaecus
Callaecus
noun
a people in western

Callaicus
Callaicus
adjective
of or belonging to the

Callaicus
Callaicus
noun
a people in western

Callaicus
Callaicus
cross-reference

callaina
callaina
noun
a precious stone of a pale-green color

callainus
callainus
adjective
turquoisecolored

callais
callais
noun
a sea-green precious stone

Callalanus
Callalanus
noun
an Indian philosopher

callarias
callariās
noun
a kind of codfish

callens
callens
adjective

callens
callens
adjective
acquainted with

Callensis
Callensis
noun
the inhabitants of Calentum

callenter
callenter
adverb
skilfully

Callentum
Callentum
noun
a town in

calleo
calleō
verb
to be callous

calliblepharatus
calliblepharātus
adjective
with beautiful eyelids

calliblepharium
calliblepharium
noun
a dye for coloring the eyebrows

calliblepharum
calliblepharum
noun
a dye for coloring the eyebrows

callicia
callicia
noun
a plant that

Callicias
Calliciās
noun
the name of a man

Callicles
Calliclēs
noun
a character in the

Callicratidas
Callicratidās
noun
a Spartan general

Callicula
Callicula
noun
a low mountain in Campania

Callidamates
Callidamatēs
noun
the name of a man

callide
callidē
adverb
Skilfully

Callidemides
Callidēmidēs
noun
the name of a man

calliditas
calliditās
noun
shrewdness

Callidromus
Callidromus
noun
a mountain in Locris

callidulus
callidulus
adjective
a little cunning or sly

callidus
callidus
adjective
that is taught wisdom by experience and practice

Callifa
Callifa
noun
a town in the region of the Hirpini

calligo
callīgō
noun
a thick atmosphere

calligo
callīgō
cross-reference

calligonon
calligonon
noun
a plant

callim
callim
adverb
secretly

Callimachius
Callimachīus
adjective

Callimachus
Callimachus
noun
A distinguished Greek poet and grammarian of Cyrene

callimus
callimus
noun
a kind of eagle-stone

Callinicus
Callinīcus
noun
the name of a man

callion
callion
noun
a plant

callionymus
calliōnymus
noun
a sea-fish

Calliope
Calliopē
noun
the chief of the Muses

Calliopea
Calliopēa
noun
the chief of the Muses

Calliopeius
Calliopēius
adjective
of Calliope

callipetalon
callipetalon
noun
a plant

Callipho
Calliphō
noun
a character in the Pseudolus of Plautus

Callipho
Calliphō
noun
a Greek philosopher who considered virtue

Calliphon
Calliphōn
noun
a Greek philosopher who considered virtue

Callipides
Callīpidēs
noun
a Grecian runner who made no progress

Callipolis
Callipolis
noun
A Grecian city of Calabria

Callippides
Callippidēs
noun
a Grecian runner who made no progress

Callippus
Callippus
noun
the name of a man

Callirhoe
Callirhoē
noun
Daughter of the Achelous

Callirrhoe
Callirrhoē
noun
Daughter of the Achelous

callis
callis
noun
a stony

callisco
calliscō
verb
to become dull

Callisthenes
Callisthenēs
noun
a philosopher of Olynthus

Callisto
Callistō
noun
daughter of the Arcadian king Lycaon

Callistratus
Callistratus
noun
A Grecian orator

callistruthia
callistrūthia
noun
a very delicate kind of figs

callistruthis
callistrūthis
noun
a very delicate kind of figs

callithrix
callithrix
noun
A plant used for coloring the hair

callitrichis
callitrichis
noun
a kind of ape or monkey in Ethiopia

callitrichos
callitrichos
noun
a plant

Calllaecia
Calllaecia
noun
the country of the

Callon
Callōn
noun
A statuary of Aegina

callositas
callōsitās
noun
hardness of skin

callosus
callōsus
adjective
with a hard skin

callum
callum
noun
The hardened

callus
callus
noun
The hardened

calo
cālō
noun
a servant in the army

calo
calō
verb
to call

Calocissus
Calocissus
noun
the name of a cup-bearer

calor
calor
noun
warmth

Calor
Calor
noun
a river in Samnium

caloratus
calōrātus
adjective
hot

calorificus
calōrificus
adjective
causing warmth

calpar
calpar
noun
a vessel for liquids

Calpe
Calpē
noun
one of the pillars of Hercules in

Calpetanus
Calpētānus
adjective
of Calpe

Calpetitanus
Calpētitānus
adjective
of Calpe

Calpurnia
Calpurnia
noun
the wife of Caesar

Calpurnianus
Calpurniānus
adjective
of or pertaining to a Calpurnius

Calpurnius
Calpurnius
adjective
the name of the very distinguished Calpurnian gens

caltha
caltha
noun
a strongsmelling yellow flower

calthula
calthula
noun
a yellow garment for women

calthum
calthum
noun
a strongsmelling yellow flower

calumma
calumma
noun
a covering

calumnia
calumnia
noun
trickery

calumniator
calumniātor
noun
a contriver of tricks or artifices

calumniatrix
calumniātrix
noun
she who plots against or makes false accusations

calumnior
calumnior
verb
v. dep. act

calumniose
calumniōsē
adverb
artfully

calumniosus
calumniōsus
adjective
full of tricks or artifices

calumniosus
calumniōsus
noun
a person convicted of false information

calva
calva
noun

calva
calva
noun
a nut with a smooth shell

calva
calva
noun
the scalp without hair

calvaria
calvāria
noun
The skull

calvariola
calvāriola
noun
a small cup

calvarium
calvārium
noun
a kind of round sea-fish without scales

calvatis
calvātis
noun
made bald

Calvena
Calvēna
noun
a nickname of the bald-headed Matius

calveo
calveō
verb
to be bald

calvesco
calvescō
verb
to become bald

Calvina
Calvīna
noun
the name of a notorious woman of rank

Calvinus
Calvīnus
noun
a Roman cognomen

calvior
calvior
verb
To devise tricks

Calvisianus
Calvisiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Calvisius

Calvisius
Calvisius
noun
the name of several Romans

calvities
calvities
noun
baldness

calvities
calvitiēs
noun
baldness

calvitium
calvitium
noun
baldness

calvo
calvo
verb
To devise tricks

calvor
calvor
verb
To devise tricks

calvus
calvus
adjective
bald

Calvus
Calvus
noun
a cognomen of several persons

calx
calx
noun
the heel

calx
calx
noun
A small stone used in gaming

Calycadnus
Calycadnus
noun
a river and promontory of Cilicia

calyculus
calyculus
noun
a small flower-bud

Calydon
Calydon
noun
a very ancient town in Aetolia

Calydoneus
Calydōnēus
adjective
Calydonian

Calydonia
Calydōnia
noun
the Calydonian women

Calydoniacus
Calydōniacus
adjective
Calydonian

Calydonis
Calydōnis
noun
a Calydonian woman

Calydonius
Calydōnius
adjective
Calydonian

calymma
calymma
cross-reference

calymmma
calymmma
noun
a covering

Calymne
Calymnē
noun
an island in the Aegean Sea

Calymnia
Calymnia
noun

Calypso
Calypsō
noun
a nymph

calyx
calyx
noun
a plant of two kinds

calyx
calyx
noun
the bud

cama
cama
noun
a small bed near the ground

camacum
camacum
noun
a kind of cinnamon found in Syria

camacum
camacum
cross-reference

Camaldunum
Camaldūnum
noun

Camaldunum
Camaldūnum
cross-reference
Colchester

Camalodunum
Camalodūnum
noun

Camalodunum
Camalodūnum
cross-reference
Colchester

camamerarius
camamerārius
adjective
which climb over something

camamero
camamerō
verb
to vault or arch over

camara
camara
noun

camara
camara
noun
a flat ship with an arched covering

Camarina
Camarīna
noun
a city on the south-west coast of Sicily

camaro
camarō
cross-reference

camarus
camarus
noun
a sea-crab

camarus
camarus
cross-reference

cambio
cambiō
verb
to exchange

cambitas
cambitās
noun
exchange

Cambunii
Cambūnii
noun
a mountain range on the boundary between Thessaly and Macedonia

Cambyses
Cambȳsēs
noun
The husband of Mandane

camela
camēla
noun
a female camel

camela
camēla
noun
of or pertaining to a marriage festival

camelarius
camēlārius
noun
a cameldriver

camelelasia
camēlēlasia
noun
camel-driving

camelinus
camēlīnus
adjective
of or relating to a camel

camella
camella
noun
a kind of drinking vessel

camelopardalis
camēlopardalis
noun
a camelopard

camelopardalus
camēlopardalus
noun
a camelopard

camelopardus
camēlopardus
noun
a camelopard

camelopodion
camēlopodion
noun
a plant

camelus
camēlus
noun
a camel

Camena
Camēna
noun
a Muse

Camenalis
Camēnālis
adjective
of or relating to the Muses

camera
camera
noun
a flat ship with an arched covering

camerarius
camerārius
adjective
which climb over something

cameratio
camerātiō
noun

Cameria
Cameria
noun
a town in Latium

Camerina
Camerīna
noun
a city on the south-west coast of Sicily

Camerinum
Camerīnum
noun
a town in Umbria

Camerinus
Camerīnus
adjective
of Camerinus

Camerinus
Camerīnus
noun
a cognomen in the very distinguished gens Sulpicia

Camerium
Camerium
noun
a town in Latium

Camerium
Camerium
cross-reference

camero
camerō
verb
to vault or arch over

Camers
Camers
adjective
of Camerinum

Camertinus
Camertīnus
adjective
of Camerinum

Camerts
Camerts
noun
the inhabitants of Camerinum

Cameses
Camesēs
noun
a mythic king in Italy

camilla
camilla
noun
a maiden of unblemished birth and character

Camilla
Camilla
noun
a Volscian heroine

camilla
camilla
noun

camillum
camillum
noun

camillum
camillum
cross-reference

Camillus
Camillus
noun
a cognomen of several persons in the

camillus
camillus
noun
a noble youth employed in the sacrifices of the

camino
camīnō
verb
to make like an oven or furnace

caminus
camīnus
noun
a furnace

Camirensis
Camīrensis
noun
the inhabitants of Camirus

Camiros
Camīros
noun
Son of the fourth Hercules

Camirus
Camīrus
noun
Son of the fourth Hercules

camisia
camisia
noun
a linen shirt or night-gown

cammaron
cammaron
noun
a plant

cammarus
cammarus
noun
a sea-crab

Camoena
Camoena
noun
a Muse

Camoena
Camoena
noun

Camolodunum
Camolodūnum
cross-reference
Colchester

campa
campa
noun

campagus
campagus
noun
a kind of boot worn by military officers

Campana
Campāna
noun

campana
campāna
noun
stilyard

campana
campana
noun
a bell

campaneus
campāneus
adjective
of or pertaining to the fields

Campania
Campānia
noun
the very fruitful and luxurious

Campanicus
Campānicus
adjective
Campanian

campanius
campānius
adjective
of or pertaining to the fields

Campanius
Campānius
adjective
Campanian

Campans
Campans
adjective
of Compania

Campanus
Campanus
adjective

Campanus
Campānus
adjective
Campanian

Campanus
Campānus
noun
the inhabitants of Campania

campe
campē
noun
A turning

Campensis
Campensis
cross-reference
a surname of Isis

campester
campester
adjective
Of or pertaining to a level field

campestratus
campestrātus
noun
clothed with the campestre or apron

campestre
campestre
noun
a leather apron worn about the loins

campestre
campestre
noun
a plain

campestris
campestris
adjective
Of or pertaining to a level field

campestrs
campestrs
noun
the deities who presided over contests

Campi Aleii
Campi Alēiī
expression
a plain in Lycia

campicursio
campicursiō
noun
military exercise in the

campidoctor
campidoctor
noun
one who drills or exercises soldiers in the

campigenus
campigenus
noun
well disciplined soldiers

Campi Lapidei
Campi Lapideī
expression
a stony plain near Marseilles

Campi Macri
Campi Macrī
expression
a district in

Campi Magni
Campi Magnī
expression
in Africa

Campi Veteres
Campi Veteres
expression
in Lucania

campsanema
campsanēma
noun
a plant

campso
campsō
verb
to turn around a place

camptaules
camptaulēs
noun
an unknown kind of musician

campter
campter
noun
a bending

campus
campus
noun
a seaanimal

campus
campus
cross-reference
Fennelfield

Campus
Campus
noun
a grassy plain in Rome along the Tiber

campus
campus
noun
an even

Campus Esquilinus
Campus Esquilīnus
expression
on the Esquiline Hill

Campus Flaminius
Campus Flāminius
expression
on which stood the Circus Flaminius

Campus Martius
Campus Martius
noun
a grassy plain in Rome along the Tiber

Campus Sceleratus
Campus Scelerātus
expression
near the Colline Gate

Camulodunum
Camulodūnum
noun
a town of the Trinobantes in Britain

Camulus
Camulus
noun
a surname of Mars

camum
camum
noun
a kind of beer

camur
camur
adjective
crooked

camus
cāmus
noun
A muzzle

cana
cana
cross-reference
a kind of collar for the neck

Cana
Cana
noun
a town on the coast of Aeolis

canaba
cānaba
noun
a hovel

canabula
cānabula
noun
a small hovel

Canace
Canacē
noun
Daughter of Aeolus

canachenus
canachēnus
noun
a class of thieves

Canachus
Canachus
noun
the name of two artists of Sicyon

canalicius
canālicius
adjective

canalicius
canālicius
adjective
dug out of shafts or pits

Canalicola
Canālicola
noun
poor or lazy people who used to lounge near the Forum

canalicula
canālicula
noun
a small channel

canaliculatus
canāliculātus
adjective
like a channel or pipe

canaliculus
canāliculus
noun
a small channel

canaliensis
canāliensis
adjective
dug out of shafts or pits

canalis
canālis
noun
a pipe

Canaria insula
Canāria insula
expression
one of the

canarius
canārius
adjective
of or pertaining to dogs

Canarius
Canārius
noun
a voracious people of Mauritania

canaster
cānaster
adjective
half-gray

canatim
canātim
adverb
in the manner of a dog

cancamum
cancamum
noun
an Arabian gum used for incense

cancellarius
cancellārius
adjective
living or kept behind bars

cancellarius
cancellārius
noun
A kind of porter

cancellatim
cancellātim
adverb
lattice-formed

cancellatio
cancellātiō
noun
the fixing of boundaries

cancello
cancellō
verb
to make like a lattice

cancellosus
cancellōsus
adjective
covered with bars or a railing

cancellus
cancellus
noun

cancellus
cancellus
noun
a lattice

cancer
cancer
noun
a lattice

cancer
cancer
noun
a crab

cancerasco
cancerascō
verb
to become cancerous

canceraticus
cancerāticus
adjective
like a cancer

canceratus
cancerātus
adjective
cancerous

canceroma
cancerōma
noun
a cancer

canchrema
canchrēma
noun
a cancer

cancroma
cancrōma
noun
a cancer

Candace
Candacē
noun
a queen of Meroe

candacus
candacus
cross-reference

Candavia
Candāvia
noun
a mountainous district in Illyria

candefacio
candefaciō
verb
To make dazzlingly white

candefio
candefīō
verb

candela
candēla
noun
a light made of wax or tallow

candelaber
candēlāber
noun
a candleslick

candelabrarius
candēlābrārius
noun
a maker of candlesticks or chandeliers

candelabrum
candēlābrum
noun
a candleslick

candelabrus
candēlābrus
noun
a candleslick

Candelifera
Candēlifera
noun
Taper-bearer

candens
candens
adjective

candens
candens
adjective
shining. dazzling

candentia
candentia
noun
a white

candeo
candeō
verb
to be brilliant

candesco
candescō
verb
to become of a bright

candetum
candētum
noun
a space of

candicantia
candicantia
noun

candico
candicō
verb
to be whitish or white

candida
candida
noun
a game or play exhibited by a candidate for office

candidans
candidans
adjective
brilliantly white

candidarius
candidārius
cross-reference
a baker of white bread

candidata
candidāta
noun
one who seeks or solicits an office

candidatorius
candidātōrius
adjective
of or pertaining to a candidate for office

candidatus
candidātus
adjective
clothed in white

candidatus
candidātus
noun
a candidacy

candidatus
candidātus
noun
a candidate for office

candide
candidē
adverb
in dazzling white'

candido
candidō
verb
to make glittering or bright

candidule
candidulē
adverb
candidly

candidulus
candidulus
adjective
adj dim

candidus
candidus
adjective
of a shining

candifico
candificō
verb
to make dazzlingly white

candificus
candificus
adjective
that makes dazzlingly white

candor
candor
noun
A dazzling

candosoccus
candosoccus
noun
a layer of a plant

canens
canens
adjective

canens
cānens
verb
to be gray or hoary

Canens
Canens
adjective
daughter of Janus

canens
cānens
adjective

canentas
canentas
cross-reference
an ornament for the head

canentes
canentes
cross-reference
an ornament for the head

caneo
cāneō
verb
to be gray or hoary

Canephora
Canēphora
noun
paintings or statues of Greek artists

Canephoros
Canēphoros
noun
paintings or statues of Greek artists

canes
canes
noun
a dog

canes
canēs
noun

canesco
cānesco
verb
to grow white

Cangus
Cangus
noun
a people in the western part of Britain

cania
cania
noun
a kind of wild nettle

canica
canica
noun
a kind of bran

canicula
canīcula
noun
A small dog or bitch

canicularis
canīculāris
adjective
of or pertaining to the dog-star

Canidia
Cānidia
noun
a sorceress

Canidius
Canidius
noun
a Roman name

canifera
cānifera
noun

caniformis
caniformis
adjective
having the form of a dog

canina
canīna
noun
dog's flesh

Caninefas
Caninefas
adjective
of Caninefas

Caninefatis
Caninefātis
noun
a people dwelling upon the Batavian peninsula

Caninianus
Canīniānus
adjective
of or pertaining to Caninius Gallus

Caninius
Canīnius
adjective
the name of a plebeian gens at Rome

caninus
canīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to a dog

canipa
cānipa
noun
a fruitbasket for religious uses

canis
canis
noun
a dog

Canis
Canis
noun
a small river tributary to the Po

canistellum
canistellum
noun
a bread-basket

canistrum
canistrum
noun
a basket woven from reeds

canistrus
canistrus
noun
a basket woven from reeds

canitia
cānitia
noun
a gray or grayish-white color

canities
cānitiēs
noun
a gray or grayish-white color

canitudo
cānitūdō
noun
a gray color

Canius
Canius
noun
a Roman proper name

canna
canna
noun
a reed

Canna
Canna
noun
a village in Apulia

cannaba
cannaba
noun
a hovel

cannabinus
cannabinus
adjective
of hemp

cannabis
cannabis
noun
hemp

cannabius
cannabius
adjective
of hemp

cannabum
cannabum
noun
hemp

Cannenefates
Cannenefātes
noun
a people dwelling upon the Batavian peninsula

Cannensis
Cannensis
noun
the inhabitants of Cannae

Cannensis
Cannensis
adjective
of Cannae

cannetum
cannētum
noun
a thicket of reeds

canneus
canneus
adjective
made of reeds

Canninefates
Canninefātes
noun

Cannininefatis
Cannininefātis
noun
a people dwelling upon the Batavian peninsula

cannula
cannula
noun
A small

Cannunefates
Cannunefātes
noun
a people dwelling upon the Batavian peninsula

Cannutius
Cannutius
noun
a Roman proper name

cano
canō
verb
to produce melodious sounds

canon
canon
noun
A marking

canonicarius
canonicārius
noun
the collector of an annual tribute

canonice
canonicē
adverb
according to Church discipline

canonicum
canonicum
noun
theorists

canonicus
canonicus
adjective
according to rule or measure

canonicus
canonicus
noun
theorists

canonicus
canonicus
noun
one of the rule or discipline

canonis
canonis
noun
an annual tribute

canonizo
canonizō
verb
to

Canopeus
Canōpēus
adjective
of Canopus

Canopicus
Canōpicus
adjective
of Canopus

Canopita
Canōpīta
noun
the inhabitants of Canopus

Canopitanus
Canōpītānus
adjective

Canopitis
Canōpītis
adjective

Canopos
Canōpos
noun
the brightest star in the constellation Argo

Canopus
Canōpus
noun
the brightest star in the constellation Argo

Canopus
Canōpus
noun
An islandtown in Lower Egypt

canor
canor
noun
tune

canore
canōrē
adverb
harmoniously

canorum
canōrum
noun
melody

canorus
canōrus
adjective
of or pertaining to melody

canta
canta
cross-reference

Cantaber
Cantaber
adjective
Cantabrian

Cantaber
Cantaber
noun
the Cantabrians

cantabilis
cantābilis
adjective
worthy to be sung

cantabrarius
cantabrārius
noun
a standard-bearer on festive occasions

Cantabras
Cantābrās
noun
a tributary of the Indus

Cantabras
Cantabrās
noun
a tributary of the Indus

Cantabria
Cantabria
noun
a province in Hispania Tarraconensis

Cantabrica
Cantabrica
noun
a plant

Cantabrica
Cantābrica
noun
a plant

Cantabricus
Cantābricus
adjective
of Cantabria

Cantabricus
Cantabricus
adjective
of Cantabria

cantabrum
cantabrum
noun
A kind of bran

cantabundus
cantābundus
adjective
singing

cantamen
cantāmen
noun
a spell

cantatio
cantātiō
noun
Music

cantator
cantātor
noun
a musician

cantatrix
cantātrix
noun
Musical

cantatrix
cantātrix
noun
a female singer

Cantecus
Cantecus
noun
a people in

canteriatus
cantēriātus
adjective
supporied by props

canterinus
cantērīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to a horse

canteriolus
cantēriolus
noun
a small trellis for supporting plants

canterius
cantērius
noun
A gelding

canterius
cantērius
cross-reference

Canthara
Canthara
noun
the name of a woman

cantharias
canthariās
noun
a precious stone having in it the figure of a Spanish fly

cantharis
cantharis
noun
A genus of beetle

cantharites vinum
cantharītes vīnum
expression
a kind of wine

Cantharolethros
Cantharolethros
noun
a place in Thrace near Olynthus

cantharulus
cantharulus
noun
a small drinking-vessel

cantharus
cantharus
noun
a large

cantherius
canthērius
noun
A gelding

canthriatus
canth_riātus
adjective
supporied by props

canthrinus
canth_rīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to a horse

canthus
canthus
noun
the iron ring around a carriage-wheel

Canthus
Canthus
noun
nom. propr

canticulum
canticulum
noun
A little song

canticum
canticum
noun
a song in the Roman comedy

canticus
canticus
adjective
musical

cantilena
cantilēna
noun
a song

cantilenosus
cantilēnōsus
adjective
pertaining to song

cantillo
cantillō
verb
to sing low

cantio
cantiō
noun
A song

cantito
cantitō
verb
to sing or play often or repeatedly

Cantium
Cantium
noun
a promontory of England

cantiuncula
cantiuncula
noun
a flaitering

canto
cantō
verb
to produce melodious sounds

cantor
cantor
noun
a singer

cantrix
cantrix
noun
a female singer

cantulus
cantulus
noun
a little song

canturio
canturiō
verb
v. desid. n

cantus
cantus
noun
the production of melodious sound

canua
canua
noun

Canuleius
Canulēius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens. Thus

canus
cānus
adjective
white

canus
cānus
noun
gray hairs

Canusia
Canusia
noun
a very ancient town in Apulia

Canusina
Canusīna
noun
garments made of Canusian wool

Canusinatus
Canusīnātus
adjective
clothed in Canusian wool

Canusinus
Canusīnus
noun
an inhabitant of Canusium

Canusinus
Canusīnus
adjective
of Canusium

Canusium
Canusium
noun
a very ancient town in Apulia

Canutius
Cānutius
noun
a Roman proper name

canutus
cānūtus
adverb

capabilis
capābilis
adjective
comprehensible

capacitas
capācitās
noun
a capability of holding much

capaciter
capāciter
adverb
spaciously

Capaneia
Capanēia
cross-reference

Capaneus
Capanēus
adjective
of or pertaining to Capaneus

Capaneus
Capaneus
noun
a son of Hipponous and Astynome

capax
capax
adjective
that can contain or hold much

capedo
capēdō
noun
a bowl or cup used in sacrifices

capedulum
capedulum
noun
a kind of covering for the head

capeduncula
capēduncula
noun
a small bowl or dish used in sacrifices

capella
capella
noun
a she-goat

Capella
Capella
noun
a Roman proper name

capellianus
capelliānus
adjective
of or pertaining to kids

Capellianus
Capelliānus
adjective
belonging to a Capella

capellus
capellus
noun
a small goat

Capena
Capēna
noun
a Tuscan town founded by the Veientes

Capenas
Capēnas
adjective
of Capena

Capenatis lucus
Capēnātis lūcus
adjective
of Capena

Capenus
Capēnus
adjective
of Capena

caper
caper
noun
a he-goat

Caperensis
Caperensis
noun
a people of Lusitania

capero
caperō
verb
to wrinkle

capesso
capessō
verb
v. desid. a

capetum
capētum
noun
fodder for cattle

Capetus
Capetus
noun
a fabulous king of Alba

Caphareus
Caphārēus
adjective
of Caphareus

Caphareus
Caphāreus
noun
a rocky promontory on the southern coast of Eubaea

Capharis
Caphāris
noun
of Caphareus

Caphereus
Caphēreus
noun
a rocky promontory on the southern coast of Eubaea

capidulum
capidulum
noun
a kind of covering for the head

capillaceus
capillāceus
adjective
hairy

capillago
capillāgō
noun
the hair

capillamentum
capillāmentum
noun
The hair

capillare
capillāre
noun
an unguent for the hair

capillaris
capillāris
adjective
of or pertaining to the hair

capillatio
capillātiō
noun
the being hairy

capillatura
capillātūra
noun
the being hairy

capillatus
capillātus
noun
young aristocrats

capillatus
capillātus
adjective
having hair

capillitium
capillitium
noun
the hair

capillor
capillor
cross-reference

capillor
capillor
cross-reference

capillosus
capillōsus
adjective
full of hair

capillulus
capillulus
noun
fine

capillum
capillum
noun
the hair of the head

capillus
capillus
noun
the hair of the head

capio
capiō
noun
A taking

capio
capiō
verb
to take in hand

capis
capis
noun
a bowl with one handle

capisso
capissō
verb
v. desid. a

capisso
capissō
verb

capisterium
capistērium
noun
a vessel for cleansing grains of corn

capistrarius
capistrārius
noun
a halter-maker

capistro
capistrō
verb
To halter

capistrum
capistrum
noun
A halter

capital
capital
noun
a death

capital
capital
noun

capitale
capitāle
noun
a death

capitalis
capitālis
adjective
Relating to or belonging to the head

capitaliter
capitāliter
adverb
mortally

capitaneus
capitāneus
adjective
chief in size

capitarium aes
capitārium aes
cross-reference

capitatio
capitātiō
noun
The outlay of the state for beasts used in the public service

capitatus
capitātus
adjective
having a head

capitellum
capitellum
noun
A small head

capitilavium
capitilavium
noun
a washing of the head

Capitinus
Capitīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the town Capitium

capitium
capitium
noun
a covering for the head

Capitium
Capitium
noun
a town in Sicily

capito
capitō
noun
amplif

Capito
Capitō
noun
a Roman cognomen

Capitolinus
Capitōlīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to the Capitol

Capitolinus
Capitōlīnus
noun
the Capitoline Hill

Capitolinus
Capitōlīnus
noun
persons who had the charge of these games

Capitolium
Capitōlium
noun
the Capitol

Capitolium Vetus
Capitōlium Vetus
expression
the Old Capitol

capitulare
capitulāre
noun
a head- or poll-tax

capitularium
capitulārium
noun
a capitation tax

capitularius
capitulārius
adjective
relating to the recruiting of soldiers

capitularius
capitulārius
noun
tax-gatherers and revenue-officers

capitulatim
capitulātim
adverb
by heads

capitulatus
capitulātus
adjective
having or ending in a small head

Capitulensis
Capitulensis
noun
the inhabitants of Capitulum

capitulum
capitulum
noun
a small head

Capitulum
Capitulum
noun
a town of the Hernici in Latium

capitum
capītum
noun
fodder for cattle

capnias
capniās
noun
A kind of wine

capnion
capnion
noun

capnion
capnion
noun
a plant

capnios
capnios
noun
a species of wine

capnites
capnītēs
noun

capnitis
capnītis
noun
a kind of cadmia

capnos
capnos
noun
a plant

capo
cāpō
noun
a capon

Cappadocarchia
Cappadocarchia
noun
the priest's office in Cappadocia

Cappadocia
Cappadocia
noun
a country of Asia Minor

Cappadocius
Cappadocius
adjective
Cappadocian

Cappadocus
Cappadocus
adjective
of Cappadocia

Cappadox
Cappadox
noun
A river in Cappadocia

Cappadox
Cappadox
noun
a Cappaaocian

cappara
cappara
noun
a plant

cappari
capparī
noun
the caper-bush

capparis
capparis
noun
the caper-bush

cappas
cappas
cross-reference

capra
capra
noun
a she-goat

capragenus
caprāgenus
adjective
of the flesh of the wild goat

caprago
caprāgō
noun
a plant

Capraria
Caprāria
noun
An island near the south point of the Balearis Major

Caprariensis
Caprāriensis
cross-reference

caprarius
caprārius
noun
a goatherd

caprarius
caprārius
adjective
of or pertaining to the goat

Caprasia
Caprāsia
cross-reference
Capraja

Caprasia
Caprāsia
noun
One of the mouths of the Po

Caprea
Caprea
noun
an island in the Tyrrhene Sea

caprea
caprea
noun
a kind of wild she-goat

Capreensis
Capreensis
adjective

capreida
capreida
noun
a diuretic plant

capreola
capreola
noun
the roe

capreolatim
capreolātim
adverb
in a winding

capreolus
capreolus
noun
A kind of wild goat

Capricornus
Capricornus
noun
Capricorn

caprificatio
caprifīcātiō
noun
a ripening of figs by the stinging of the gallinsect

caprifico
caprifīcō
verb
to ripen figs by the stinging of the gall-insect

caprificus
caprifīcus
noun
the wild fig-tree

caprigeni
caprigenī
adverb
goats

caprigenus
caprigenus
adjective
proceeding from a goat

caprile
caprīle
noun
an enclosure or stall for goats

caprilis
caprīlis
adjective
of or pertaining to the goat

Caprilius
Caprīlius
noun
a Roman proper name

caprimulgus
caprimulgus
noun
A milker of goats

caprina
caprīna
noun
goat's flesh

Caprineus
Caprinēus
noun
an island in the Tyrrhene Sea

Caprineus
Caprinēus
noun

caprinus
caprīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to goats

capripes
capripēs
adjective
goat-footed

caprona
caprōna
noun
the hair of men and animals hanging down upon the forehead

capronea
caprōnea
noun
the hair of men and animals hanging down upon the forehead

Caprotina
Cāprōtīna
noun
a surname of Juno at Rome

Caprotina
Caprōtīna
noun
a surname of Juno at Rome

caprugenus
caprūgenus
adjective
of the flesh of the wild goat

caprunculum
caprunculum
noun
an earthen vessel

Capsa
Capsa
noun
a town in Africa

capsa
capsa
noun
a repository

capsarius
capsārius
noun
A slave who carried the satchels of boys going to school

capsella
capsella
noun
a small box or coffer

Capsenses
Capsenses
noun

Capsensis
Capsensis
noun
the inhabitants of Capsa

Capsitani
Capsitānī
noun
the inhabitants of Capsa

Capsitani
Capsitāni
noun

capso
capsō
cross-reference

capsula
capsula
noun
a small box or chest

capsus
capsus
noun
A wagon-body

Capta
Capta
noun
a surname of Minerva

capta
capta
noun

capta
capta
noun
a female captive

captabilis
captābilis
adjective
that can take

captatio
captātiō
noun
a reaching after or catching at something

captator
captātor
noun
one who eagerly reaches after

captatorius
captātōrius
adjective
of or pertaining to legacy-hunters

captatrix
captātrix
noun
she who strires after or aims at any thing

captensula
captensula
noun
a fallacious argument

captio
captiō
noun
a catching

captiose
captiōsē
adverb
captiously

captiosum
captiōsum
noun
sophisms

captiosus
captiōsus
adjective
Fallacious

captito
captitō
verb
to strive eagerly after

captiuncula
captiuncula
noun
a quirk

captiva
captīva
noun

captiva
captīva
noun

captivatio
captīvātiō
noun
a subjugation

captivator
captīvātor
noun
he that takes captive

captivitas
captīvitās
noun
the condition of

captivo
captīvō
verb
to take captive

captivus
captīvus
adjective
taken prisoner

captivus
captīvus
noun
a captive in war

capto
captō
verb
to strive to seize

captor
captor
noun
he who catches

captrix
captrix
noun
she that takes

captura
captūra
noun
A taking

captus
captus
noun
A taking

captus
captus
noun
a prisoner

captus
captus
adjective

Capua
Capua
noun
the chief city of Campania

Capuanus
Capuānus
cross-reference
of Capua

capudo
capūdō
noun

capudo
capūdō
noun
a bowl or cup used in sacrifices

Capuensis
Capuensis
adjective

capula
capula
cross-reference
a small bowl with handles

capularis
capulāris
adjective
pertaining to or destined for a bier

capulator
capulātor
noun
he that pours out of one vessel into another

capulo
capulō
verb
to pour off

capulo
capulō
verb

capulum
capulum
noun
A sarcophagus

capulus
capulus
noun
A sarcophagus

capus
cāpus
noun
a capon

capus
cāpus
noun

caput
caput
noun
The head

Capys
Capys
noun
Son of Assaracus

Car
Car
adjective

Car
Car
adjective
a Carian

carabus
cārabus
noun
a kind

carabus
cārabus
noun
a small wicker boat

caracalla
caracalla
noun
a long tunic or great-coat

caracallis
caracallis
noun
a long tunic or great-coat

Caractacus
Caractacus
cross-reference

Caractacus
Caractacus
noun
king of the Silures in Britain

caragogos
caragōgos
noun
a medicinal plant

Caralis
Caralis
noun
the chief city of Sardinia

Caralis
Caralis
noun

Caralitanus
Caralītānus
noun
the inhabitants of Caralis

Caralitanus
Caralītānus
noun

Caralitis Palus
Caralītis Palūs
expression
in Lycaonia

Carambicus
Carambicus
adjective

Carambis
Carambis
noun
a promontory and town of the same name in Paphlagonia

Caranus
Carānus
noun
King of Macedonia

Caratacus
Caratacus
noun
king of the Silures in Britain

Carbas
Carbās
noun
the east-northeast wind

carbaseus
carbaseus
adjective
of or made of carbasus or fine linen

carbasineus
carbasineus
adjective
of or made of carbasus or fine linen

carbasinum
carbasīnum
noun
a linen garment

carbasinus
carbasinus
adjective
of or made of carbasus or fine linen

carbasum
carbasum
noun
very fine Spanish flax

carbasum
carbasum
noun

carbasus
carbasus
noun
very fine Spanish flax

carbatina
carbatina
noun
a kind of rustic leather shoe

Carbo
Carbō
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Papiria

carbo
carbō
noun
a coal

carbonaria
carbōnāria
noun
A furnace for charcoal

carbonarius
carbōnārius
adjective
of or relating to charcoal

carbonarius
carbōnārius
noun
a burner of charcoal

carbonesco
carbōnescō
verb
to become charcoal

carbunculatio
carbunculātiō
noun
a disease of trees

carbunculo
carbunculō
verb
to have a

carbunculor
carbunculor
verb

carbunculosus
carbunculōsus
adjective
containing red toph-stone

carbunculus
carbunculus
noun
A small coal

Carcaso
Carcasō
noun
a city of

Carcasum
Carcasum
noun
a city of

carcer
carcer
noun
an enclosed place

carceralis
carcerālis
adjective
of or pertaining to a prison

carcerarius
carcerārius
adjective
of or belonging to a prison

carcerarius
carcerārius
noun
a prisonkeeper

carcereus
carcereus
adjective
pertaining to a prison

carcero
carcerō
verb
to imprison

carcharus
carcharus
noun
a kind of dog-fish

Carchedonius
Carchēdonius
adjective
Carchedonian

Carchedonius
Carchēdonius
noun
a Carthaginian

carchesium
carchēsium
noun
A Greek drinking - cup or beaker

Carcine
Carcīnē
noun
a town of European Scythia

carcinethron
carcinēthron
noun
a plant

carcinias
carciniās
noun
a precious stone of the color of the sea-crab

carcinodes
carcinōdes
noun
a cancerous disease

carcinoma
carcinōma
noun
a cancerous ulcer

Carcinos
Carcinos
noun
the constellation Cancer

carcinothron
carcinōthron
noun
the plant also called

Carda
Carda
noun

Carda
Carda
noun
a goddess who presided over the hinges of doors

Cardacis
Cardacis
noun
a class of Persian soldiers

cardamina
cardamīna
noun
a cress-like plant

cardamomum
cardamōmum
noun
a spice

cardamum
cardamum
noun
a kind of cress

Cardea
Cardea
noun
a goddess who presided over the hinges of doors

Cardia
Cardia
noun
a town on the Thracian Chersonesus

cardiacus
cardiacus
adjective
of or pertaining to the heart or stomach

cardiacus
cardiacus
noun
one who has heart-burn or stomach-ache

Cardianus
Cardiānus
adjective
of Cardia

cardimoma
cardimōma
noun
a pain in the stomach

cardinalis
cardinālis
adjective
Of or pertaining to a door-hinge

cardinaliter
cardināliter
adverb
chiefly

cardinatus
cardinātus
adjective
hinged

cardineus
cardineus
adjective
of or pertaining to a door - hinge

cardo
cardō
noun
the pivot and socket

carduelis
carduēlis
noun
the thistlefinch

carduetum
carduētum
noun
a thicket of thistles

cardus
cardus
noun
the thistle

cardus
cardus
noun
the thistle

care
cārē
adverb
Dearly

carectum
cārectum
noun
a place covered with sedge or rushes

carenaria
carēnāria
noun
a vessel for making

carenum
carēnum
noun
a sweet wine boiled down one third

careo
careō
verb
to be cut off from

careor
careor
verb

careota
careōta
cross-reference

caresco
carescō
verb
to want

careum
cāreum
noun
cumin

carex
cārex
noun
reed-grass

carfiathum
carfiāthum
noun
a superior kind of incense

cari
cārī
cross-reference
my loved ones

Caria
Cāria
noun
A province in Asia Minor

carians
carians
adjective
defective

Carica
Cārica
noun
a kind of dry fig

Caricus
Cāricus
adjective
Carian

caries
caries
noun
Decay

carina
carīna
noun
The keel of a ship

Carina
Carīna
noun
the Keels

Carina
Carīna
noun
a mountain in Crete

Carina
Carīna
noun
a town of Troas

carinarius
cārīnārius
noun
he who colors wax-color

Carinas
Carīnas
noun
a Roman surname

carinatus
carīnātus
adjective
keelformed

carino
cārinō
verb
to abuse

carino
carīnō
verb
to supply with a shell

cariosus
cariōsus
adjective
decayed

Cariosvelites
Cāriosvelītes
noun

caris
cāris
noun
a kind of seacrab

Caris
Cāris
noun
the inhabitants of Caria

Caris
Cāris
noun

carisa
carisa
noun
an artful woman

caristia
caristia
cross-reference

caristium
caristium
noun
an annual family repast made three days after the Parentalia

caritas
cāritās
noun
dearness

caritores
cāritōres
noun
wool - carders

Carmania
Carmānia
cross-reference
whose country was called

Carmanus
Carmānus
noun
a people on the Persian Gulf

Carmel
Carmel
cross-reference

Carmelites
Carmēlītēs
noun
an inhabitant of Mount Carmel

Carmelitis
Carmēlītis
noun
an inhabitant of Mount Carmel

Carmelus
Carmēlus
noun
Mount Carmel

carmen
carmen
noun
a card

carmen
carmen
noun
a tune

Carmenta
Carmenta
noun
a Roman goddess of prophecy

Carmenta
Carmenta
noun

Carmentale
Carmentāle
noun
the festival of Carmentis

Carmentaliis
Carmentāliis
noun

Carmentalis
Carmentālis
adjective
of or pertaining to Carmentis

Carmentals
Carmentāls
noun

Carmentarii
Carmentāriī
adverb
the priests of Carmentis

Carmentarii
Carmentāriī
noun

Carmentis
Carmentis
noun
a Roman goddess of prophecy

carminabundus
carminābundus
adjective
versifying

carminatio
carminātiō
noun
a carding

carminator
carminātor
noun
a carder

carmino
carminō
verb
to card

carmino
carminō
verb
to make verses

Carmo
Carmō
noun
a city of

Carmona
Carmōna
noun
a city of

Carmonenses
Carmonenses
noun
its inhabitants

Carna
Carna
noun
a goddess

carnalie
carnālie
noun
carnal things

carnalis
carnālis
adjective
fleshly

carnalitas
carnālitās
noun
fleshli ness

carnaliter
carnāliter
adverb
carnally

carnarium
carnārium
noun
A frame furnished with hooks to hang up meats over the hearth for smoking or drying

carnarius
carnārius
adjective
of

carnatio
carnātiō
noun
fleshiness

carnatus
carnātus
adjective
fleshy

Carneades
Carneadēs
noun
a distinguished philosopher of Cyrene

Carneadeus
Carneadēus
adjective
of Carneades

Carneadius
Carneadīus
adjective
of Carneades

carneus
carneus
adjective
of flesh

carnicula
carnicula
noun
flesh

Carnicus
Carnicus
adjective

carnifex
carnifex
noun
an executioner

carnificina
carnificīna
noun
The office of executioner or hangman

carnificor
carnificor
verb
to execute

carnificor
carnificor
verb
to execute

carniger
carniger
adjective
bearing flesh

carnis
carnis
noun

carnivorus
carnivorus
adjective
feeding on flesh

carnosus
carnōsus
adjective
abounding in flesh

Carnotenus
Carnōtēnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Carnutes

carnufex
carnufex
noun
an executioner

carnuficina
carnuficīna
noun
The office of executioner or hangman

carnuficor
carnuficor
verb
to execute

carnulentus
carnulentus
adjective
like flesh

Carnuntum
Carnuntum
noun
an old Celtic town of Upper Pannonia

Carnus
Carnūs
adjective

Carnus
Carnūs
adjective
their chief town was

Carnus
Carnus
noun
a Celtic people in Upper Italy

Carnutenus
Carnūtēnus
noun

Carnutis
Carnūtis
noun
a people in Gaul

caro
carō
noun
flesh

caro
cārō
verb
to card

caro
cārō
adverb
dearly

caroenum
caroenum
noun
a sweet wine boiled down one third

caros
caros
noun
heavy sleep

carota
carōta
noun
a carrot

carpasum
carpasum
noun
a plant with narcotic juice

carpathium
carpathium
noun

carpathium
carpathium
noun
a plant with narcotic juice

Carpathius
Carpathius
adjective

Carpathius
Carpathius
adjective
Carpathian

Carpathos
Carpathos
noun
an island in the Aegean Sea

Carpathus
Carpathus
noun
an island in the Aegean Sea

carpatina
carpatina
cross-reference

carpentaria
carpentāria
noun
a wagon

carpentarius
carpentārius
adjective
of or pertaining to a wagon or chariot

carpentarius
carpentārius
noun
a carriage-driver

carpentum
carpentum
noun
a two-wheeled

Carpesius
Carpēsius
noun
a people in

Carpetania
Carpētānia
adjective
of the Carpetani

Carpetanus
Carpētānus
adjective
of the Carpetani

Carpetanus
Carpētānus
noun
a people in

carpheothum
carpheōthum
noun
a superior kind of incense

carpheotum
carpheōtum
noun
an excellent kind of white frankincense

carphologia
carphologia
noun
a picking of pieces of straw from the

carphos
carphos
noun
a plant

Carpinatius
Carpinātius
noun
the pro-magister of the Publicani in Sicily under Verres

carpineus
carpīneus
adjective
made of hornbeam

carpinus
carpīnus
noun
hornbeam

carpisculus
carpisculus
noun
A kind of shoes

carpistes
carpistēs
noun
one of the Aeons of Valentinus

carpo
carpō
verb
to pick

carpophyllos
carpophyllos
noun
a shrub similar to the laurel-tree

carptim
carptim
adverb
by pieces

carptor
carptor
noun
a carver of food

carptura
carptūra
noun
a sucking or gathering from flowers

carptus
carptus
adjective

Carpus
Carpus
noun
the name of a carver

Carpus
Carpus
noun
a people on the Danube

carpusculus
carpusculus
noun
A kind of shoes

Carra
Carra
noun
a city of Mesopotamia

carracutium
carracūtium
noun
a kind of two-wheeled carriage

carrago
carrāgō
noun
a fortification or barricade made of wagons

Carrha
Carrha
noun
a city of Mesopotamia

Carrinas
Carrīnas
noun
a Roman proper name

carrobalista
carrobālista
noun
a ballista mounted on a carriage

carroballista
carroballista
noun
a ballista mounted on a carriage

carroco
carrocō
noun
a sea-fish

carruca
carrūca
noun
a sort of four-wheeled travelling and state coach

Carruca
Carrūca
noun
a town in

carrucarius
carrūcārius
adjective
pertaining to the

carrucarius
carrūcārius
noun
a coachman

carrucha
carrūcha
noun
a sort of four-wheeled travelling and state coach

carrulus
carrulus
noun
a little wagon or cart

carrum
carrum
noun
a kind of two-wheeled wagon for transporting burdens

carrus
carrus
noun
a kind of two-wheeled wagon for transporting burdens

Carseolanus
Carseolānus
noun
the inhabitants of Carseoli

Carseolanus
Carseolānus
adjective
of Carseoli

Carseolus
Carseolus
noun
a town of the Aequi

Carsula
Carsula
noun
a town of Umbria

Carsulanus
Carsulānus
noun
the inhabitants of Carsulae

cartallus
cartallus
noun
a basket

Carteia
Cartēia
noun
A very ancient seaport town in

Carteianus
Cartēiānus
adjective
Carteian

Carteiensis
Cartēiensis
adjective
The chief town of the Olcades

Carthaea
Carthaea
noun
a town on the south coast of the Cycladic island Ceos

Carthaginiensis
Carthāginiensis
adjective
Carthaginian

Carthaginiensis
Carthāginiensis
adjective
of or belonging to New Carthage

Carthago
Carthāgō
noun
the daughter of the fourth Hercules

Carthago
Carthāgō
noun
The city of Carthage

Cartheius
Carthēius
adjective
Carthaean

Cartheius
Carthēius
adjective

Cartheus
Carthēus
adjective
Carthaean

cartiblum
cartiblum
noun
a kind of oblong table of stone

cartibulum
cartibulum
noun
a kind of oblong table of stone

cartilagineus
cartilāgineus
adjective
cartilaginous

cartilaginosus
cartilāginōsus
adjective
full of cartilage

cartilago
cartilāgō
noun
cartilage

Cartimandua
Cartimandua
noun
queen of the Brigantes in Britain

Cartismandua
Cartismandua
noun
queen of the Brigantes in Britain

caruncula
caruncula
noun
a little piece of flesh

Carus
Cārus
noun
a Roman cognomen

carus
cārus
adjective
dear

Carventana arx
Carventāna arx
expression
the citadel of Carventum near Velitrae

Carvilianus
Carviliānus
adjective
of Carvilius

Carvilius
Carvilius
cross-reference
The name of a Roman gens.

Carya
Carya
cross-reference

Carya
Carya
noun
a village in Laconia

Caryanda
Caryanda
noun
a town on the coast of Caria

Caryatides
Caryātides
noun
the maidens of Caryae serving in the temple of Diana

Caryatis
Caryātis
noun
An epithet of Diana

Caryats
Caryāts
noun
the inhabitants of Caryae

caryinos
caryīnos
adjective
made from nuts

caryinos
caryinos
adjective
made from nuts

caryinus
caryīnus
adjective
made from nuts

caryinus
caryinus
adjective
made from nuts

caryites
caryītēs
noun
a species of the plant

caryon
caryon
noun
a nut

caryophyllon
caryophyllon
noun
a kind of Indian spice

caryota
caryōta
noun
a kind of nut-shaped date

caryotis
caryōtis
noun
a kind of nut-shaped date

Carysteus
Carystēus
adjective
of Carystos

Carystius
Carystius
adjective

Carystius
Carystius
noun
the inhabitants of Carystos

Carystos
Carystos
noun
A very ancient town on the south coast of Eubaea

Carystus
Carystus
noun
A very ancient town on the south coast of Eubaea

Caryus
Caryus
adjective
of Caryae

Caryus
Caryus
adjective

casa
casa
noun
any simple or poorly-built house

casabundus
cāsābundus
adjective
ready to fall

casami
casamī
cross-reference
attendant

casami
casamī
adverb

casamo
casamo
adverb

casamo
casamō
cross-reference
attendant

casamum
casamum
cross-reference
attendant

Casaria
Casāria
cross-reference

casarius
casārius
adjective
of or belonging to a cottage

Casarius
Casārius
noun
a dweller in a cottage

Casca
Casca
noun
a Roman cognomen in the gens Servilia

casce
cascē
adverb
in an old-fashioned manner

Cascellius
Cascellius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

cascus
cascus
adjective
old

casearius
cāseārius
adjective
pertaining to cheese

caseatus
cāseātus
adjective
mixed with cheese

Caselllius
Caselllius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

casellula
casellula
noun
a little hut

caseolus
cāseolus
noun
a small cheese

caseum
cāseum
noun
cheese

caseus
cāseus
noun
cheese

casia
casia
noun
A tree with an aromatic bark

casignete
casignētē
noun
the name of a plant

Casilinats
Casilīnāts
noun

Casilinensis
Casilīnensis
noun
the inhabitants of Casilinum

Casilinum
Casilīnum
noun
a town in Campania

Casilinus
Casilīnus
noun

Casina
Casina
noun
the name of a comedy of Plautus

Casinas
Casīnas
adjective
of Casinum

Casinum
Casīnum
noun
a town of Latium

Casinus
Casīnus
adjective
of Casinum

casito
cāsitō
verb
to fall repeatedly

Casius
Casius
adjective

Casius mons
Casius mons
expression
A very high mountain in Syria

casmen
casmen
noun
a tune

Casmena
Casmēna
cross-reference

Casmena
Casmēna
noun
a Muse

casmilla
casmilla
noun

casmilus
casmilus
cross-reference

casmilus
casmilus
noun
a noble youth employed in the sacrifices of the

casnar
casnar
cross-reference
an old man

casnar
casnar
cross-reference
attendant

caso
cāsō
cross-reference

caso
casō
verb
to shake

Casperia
Casperia
noun
an old but small town of the Sabines

Caspia
Caspia
noun

Caspiacus
Caspiacus
noun

Caspiadae
Caspiadae
noun

Caspianus
Caspiānus
noun

Caspium mare
Caspium mare
expression
the Caspian Sea

Caspius
Caspius
noun

Caspius
Caspius
noun

Caspius
Caspius
adjective
of or belonging to the Caspian Sea

cassabundus
cassābundus
adjective

cassabundus
cassābundus
adjective
ready to fall

Cassander
Cassander
noun
A son of Antipater

Cassandra
Cassandra
noun
a daughter of Priam and Hecuba

Cassandrea
Cassandrēa
noun
a town in Macedonia

Cassandreia
Cassandrēīa
noun
a town in Macedonia

Cassandrensis
Cassandrensis
noun
the inhabitants of Cassandrea

Cassandreus
Cassandreus
noun
of Cassandrea

casse
cassē
adverb

Casseius
Casseius
adjective
the name of a Roman

cassia
cassia
noun
A tree with an aromatic bark

cassia
cassia
cross-reference

Cassianus
Cassiānus
adjective
of Cassius

Cassianus
Cassiānus
adjective

cassiculus
cassiculus
noun
a small net

cassida
cassida
noun

cassida
cassida
noun
a helmet

cassidarius
cassidārius
noun
a helmet-maker

cassidile
cassidīle
noun
a small bag or wallet

Cassiepea
Cassiepēa
cross-reference

Cassiepea
Cassiepēa
noun
the proud wife of Cepheus

Cassiepeia
Cassiepeia
cross-reference

Cassiepeia
Cassiepeia
noun
the proud wife of Cepheus

cassila
cassila
cross-reference

Cassiodorus
Cassiodōrus
noun
a learned Roman

Cassiopa
Cassiopa
noun
of Cassiope

Cassiope
Cassiopē
noun
a town in Corcyra

Cassiope
Cassiopē
noun
the proud wife of Cepheus

Cassiopea
Cassiopēa
noun
the proud wife of Cepheus

Cassiopicus
Cassiopicus
adjective
of Cassiope

cassis
cassis
noun
a helmet

cassis
cassis
noun

cassis
cassis
noun
a hunting-net

cassita
cassīta
noun
the crested or tufted lark

Cassiteridis
Cassiteridis
noun
the tin-islands

cassiterinus
cassiterinus
adjective
made of tin

cassiteron
cassiteron
noun
a mixture or alloy of lead

cassiterum
cassiterum
noun
a mixture or alloy of lead

Cassius
Cassius
adjective
the name of a Roman

Cassivellaunus
Cassivellaunus
noun
a British chief

casso
cassō
verb
to shake

casso
cassō
verb
to bring to naught

casso
cassō
verb
to shake or toss violently

cassum
cassum
cross-reference

cassum
cassum
noun
empty things

Cassus
Cassus
noun
a tribe of Britain

cassus
cassus
adjective
empty

cassus
cassus
noun
a falling

Castabalenses
Castabalenses
noun
its inhabitants

Castabalum
Castabalum
noun
a town of Cilicia

Castabalum
Castabalum
noun
a town of Cilicia

Castalia
Castalia
noun
a fountain on Parnassus

Castalis
Castalis
noun
Castalian

Castalius
Castalius
adjective
Castalian

Castana
Castana
noun
a town in Magnesia

castanea
castanea
noun
The chestnut-tree

castanetum
castanētum
noun
a chestnut-grove

caste
castē
adverb

castellanus
castellānus
noun
the occupants of a castle

castellanus
castellānus
adjective
of or pertaining to a fort or castle

castellarius
castellārius
noun
the superintendent of a reservoir

castellatim
castellātim
adverb
castle-wise

castellum
castellum
noun
a castle

Castellum Firmanorum
Castellum Firmānōrum
expression
the port of Firmum

casteria
castēria
noun
a part of a ship where rowers were accustomed to rest

castifico
castificō
verb
to purify

castificus
castificus
adjective
Purifying

castigabilis
castīgābilis
adjective
deserving punishment

castigate
castīgātē
adverb
Compressedly

castigatio
castīgātiō
noun
a correcting

castigator
castīgātor
noun
one who corrects or chastises

castigatorius
castīgātōrius
adjective
after the manner of reprovers or correctors

castigatus
castīgātus
adjective
confined

castigo
castīgō
verb
to set right by word or deed

castimonia
castīmōnia
noun
purity of morals

castimonialis
castimōniālis
adjective
pertaining to abstinence or continence

castimoninium
castimōninium
noun
purity of morals

castimonium
castimōnium
cross-reference

castitas
castitās
noun
purity

Castitas
Castitas
noun
the goddess of Chastity

castitudo
castitūdō
noun
moral purity

Castor
Castor
noun
The son of the Spartan king Tyndarus and Leda

castor
castor
noun
the castor

castoreum
castoreum
noun
castor or castoreum

Castoreus
Castoreus
adjective

Castoreus
Castoreus
adjective
adj. of Castor

castorinatus
castorīnātus
adjective
clothed in the fur of the beaver

castorinus
castorīnus
adjective
pertaining to the beaver

castrametor
castramētor
verb
to pitch a camp

Castranus
Castrānus
adjective
of Castrum Inui

castratio
castrātiō
noun
An emasculating

castrator
castrātor
noun
one who castrates

castratorius
castrātōrius
adjective
of or for castration

castratura
castrātūra
noun
An emasculalion

castrensianus
castrensiānus
noun
attendants of the Castrensis S. Palatii

castrensiarius negotiator
castrensiārius negotiator
expression
a purveyor for the camp

castrensis
castrensis
noun
A soldier in the camp

castrensis
castrensis
adjective
of or per-taining to the camp

Castricianus
Castriciānus
adjective
pertaining to a Castricius

Castricius
Castricius
adjective
a Roman gentile name

Castritianus
Castritiānus
adjective
pertaining to a Castricius

Castritius
Castritius
adjective
a Roman gentile name

castro
castrō
verb
To deprive of generative power

castrum
castrum
noun
any fortified place

castrum
castrum
noun
several soldiers

Castrum Inui
Castrum Inuī
expression
a sea-coast town in Latium

castula
castula
noun
a garment used by women

Castulo
Castulō
noun
a town in

Castulonensis
Castulōnensis
noun
the inhabitants of Castulo

Castulonensis
Castulōnensis
adjective
of Castulo

castum
castum
noun

castum
castum
noun
a festival

castus
castus
noun
an abstinence from sensual enjoyments on religious grounds

castus
castus
adjective
morally pure

casu
casu
adverb
by chance

casualis
cāsuālis
adjective
Casual

casualiter
cāsuāliter
adverb
accidentally

casula
casula
noun
a little cottage or hut

casus
cāsus
noun
a falling

Casus
Cāsus
noun
a river of Albania

cata
cata
noun
a coat of mail furnished with iron scales

cata
cata
preposition
by

catabasis
catabasis
noun
a going down

Catabathmos
Catabathmos
noun
a tract of land in Libya

catabolcnsis
catabolcnsis
noun
a class of carriers who transport burdens by means of draught animals

Catacecaumene
Catacecaumenē
noun
a region of Mysia or Maeonia

Catacecaumenites
Catacecaumenītēs
noun
the wine of this region

catachana
catachāna
noun
a tree inoculated with buds of different fruit-trees

catachanna
catachanna
noun
a tree inoculated with buds of different fruit-trees

catachresis
catachrēsis
noun
an improper use of a word

cataclista vestis
cataclīsta vestis
expression
a splendid garment for festal occasions

cataclisticus
cataclīsticus
adjective
of a state dress

cataclysmos
cataclysmos
noun
A deluge

catacumba
catacumba
noun
catacombs

catadromus
catadromus
noun
a rope for rope-dancers

Catadupum
Catadūpum
noun
the celebrated cataract of the Nile

Catadupus
Catadūpus
noun
those dwelling near

cataegis
cataegis
noun
a violent storm of wind

Catagelasimus
Catagelasimus
adjective

catagraphum
catagraphum
noun
profile paintings

catagraphus
catagraphus
adjective
Painted

Catagusa
Catagūsa
noun
a statue of Praxiteles

Catalaunicus
Catalaunicus
adjective
of or at Catalauni

Catalaunus
Catalaunus
noun
a tribe in

catalecticus
catalēcticus
adjective

Catalectum
Catalectum
noun
the title of a collection of poems ascribed to Virgil

catalectus
catalēctus
adjective

catalepsis
catalēpsis
noun
a sudden attack of sickness

catalepticus
catalēpticus
adjective
cataleptic

catalogus
catalogus
noun
an enumeration

Catameitus
Catameitus
noun
the Latin name of Ganymede

Catamitus
Catamītus
noun
the Latin name of Ganymede

catampo
catampō
cross-reference
a kind of play

Catana
Catana
noun

Catana
Catana
noun
a town on the east coast of Sicily

catanance
catanancē
noun
a plant used in magical love potions

Catane
Catanē
noun
a town on the east coast of Sicily

Catanensis
Catanensis
adjective
belonging to Catina

Cataonia
Cataonia
noun
a province in Southern Cappadocia

Cataonis
Cataonis
noun
its people

cataphagas
cataphagās
noun
a glutton

cataphasis
cataphasis
noun
an affirmation

cataphractarius
cataphractārius
noun
mailed

cataphractes
cataphractēs
noun
a coat of mail furnished with iron scales

cataphractus
cataphractus
adjective
mailed

cataphractus
cataphractus
noun
mailed soldiers

catapirates
catapīrātēs
noun
the sounding-lead

cataplasma
cataplasma
noun

cataplasmo
cataplasmō
verb
to apply a poultice to

cataplasmus
cataplasmus
noun

cataplus
cataplus
noun
the ship or fleet that comes to land

catapotium
catapotium
noun

cataprorates
cataprōrātes
noun

catapulta
catapulta
noun
a large engine of war for throwing arrows

catapultarius
catapultārius
adjective
belonging to the catapult

cataracta
cataracta
noun
a waterfall

Cataractes
Cataractēs
noun
a river in Pampnylia

cataractria
cataractria
noun
a word coined to designate a kind of spice

Cataratacus
Cataratacus
noun
king of the Silures in Britain

catarracta
catarracta
noun
a waterfall

catarractes
catarractēs
noun
a waterfall

catarrhactes
catarrhactes
noun

Catarrhactes
Catarrhactēs
noun
a river in Pampnylia

catarrhus
catarrhus
noun
a flowing down

catasceua
catasceua
noun
the confirmation of an assumption

catascopium
catascopium
noun
a lookoutship

catascopus
catascopus
noun
a lookoutship

catasta
catasta
noun
a scaffold

catastalticus
catastalticus
adjective
restraining

catastatice
catastaticē
noun
a plant

catastema
catastēma
noun
position

catastropha
catastropha
noun

Catatechnos
Catatechnos
noun
an epithet of the artist Callimachus

Catatechnos
Catatechnos
noun

Catatexitechnos
Catatexitechnos
noun
an epithet of the artist Callimachus

catatonus
catatonus
adjective
stretching down

catax
catax
adjective
limping

cate
catē
adverb

catechesis
catēchēsis
noun

catechismus
catēchismus
noun
a book of elementary Christian instruction

catechista
catēchista
noun
a religious teacher

catechizisso
catēchīzissō
verb
to instruct in religion

catechizo
catēchīzō
verb
to instruct in religion

catechumenus
catēchūmenus
noun
one who is receiving elementary instruction in religion

categoria
catēgoria
noun
An accusation

categoricus
catēgoricus
adjective
relating to a category

cateia
catēia
noun
a kind of spear

Catelaunus
Catelaunus
noun
a tribe in

catella
catella
noun
a small chain

catella
catella
cross-reference

catella
catella
noun

catella
catella
noun
a little dog

catellulus
catellulus
cross-reference

catellus
catellus
noun
a little dog

catellus
catellus
noun
a small chain

catena
catēna
noun
A wooden bracket

catenarius
catēnārius
adjective
of or pertaining to a chain

catenatio
catēnātiō
noun

catenatus
catēnātus
adjective
bound with a chain

cateno
catēnō
verb
to chain or bind together

catenula
catēnula
noun
a small chain

catenula
catēnula
noun

caterva
caterva
noun
a crowd

catervarius
catervārius
adjective
of or pertaining to a crowd or troop

catervatim
catervātim
adverb
in companies

catharticum
catharticum
noun
a means of purifying

cathedra
cathedra
noun
a chair

cathedra
cathēdra
noun
a chair

cathedralicius
cathedrālicius
adjective
pertaining to an arm-chair

cathedralicius
cathēdrālicius
adjective
pertaining to an arm-chair

cathedrarius
cathēdrārius
adjective
of or pertaining to an arm-chair

cathedrarius
cathedrārius
adjective
of or pertaining to an arm-chair

catheter
catheter
noun
a surgical instrument for drawing off the urine

catheterismus
cathetērismus
noun
the application of the catheter

cathetus
cathetus
noun
a perpendicular line

catholice
catholicē
adverb
universally

catholicum
catholicum
noun
the universe

catholicus
catholicus
adjective
universal

Catia
Catia
noun
the name of a woman

Catianus
Catiānus
adjective
A feigned name

Catianus
Catiānus
adjective

Catiena
Catiēna
noun
the name of a woman

Catienus
Catiēnus
adjective
a Roman cognomen

Cati fons
Cati fons
expression
the fountain of Catus

Catilina
Catilīna
noun
Catiline

Catilinarius
Catilīnārius
adjective
pertaining to Catiline

Catilius
Catīlius
adjective
a Roman cognomen

catillamen
catillāmen
noun
junket

catillatio
catillātiō
noun
a licking of plates

catillo
catillō
noun
a platelicker

catillo
catillō
verb
to lick a plate

catillum
catillum
noun
A small bowl

catillum
catillum
noun

Catillus
Cātillus
noun
a son of Amphiaraus

catillus
catillus
noun
A small bowl

Catilus
Cātilus
noun
a son of Amphiaraus

Catina
Catina
noun
a town on the east coast of Sicily

Catinensis
Catinensis
adjective
belonging to Catina

Catinensis
Catinensis
noun
the inhabitants of Catina

Catiniensis
Catiniensis
adjective
belonging to Catina

catinulus
catīnulus
noun

catinulus
catīnulus
noun
A small bowl

catinum
catīnum
noun
a deep vessel for serving up or cooking food

catinum
catīnum
noun

catinus
catīnus
noun
a deep vessel for serving up or cooking food

Catius
Catius
noun
A Roman deity

Cativolcus
Cativolcus
noun
king of the Eburones

catlaster
catlaster
noun
a boy

catlitio
catlītiō
noun
a desire for the male

catlitio
catlītiō
noun

Cato
Catō
noun
a cognomen of several celebrated Romans in the gens Porcia

Cato
Catō
noun
the title of Caesar's reply to Cicero's panegyric of Cato Uticensis

catoblepas
catōblepās
noun
a wild animal in Ethiopia

catocha
catocha
noun
a complete stupor

catochitis
catochītis
noun
an unknown precious stone found in Corsica

catomecarii
catomecarii
adverb

catomidio
catōmidiō
verb
to lay one over the shoulders of another

catomitarii
catomitariī
adverb

catomus
catōmus
noun
the shoulders

Catonianus
Catōniānus
adjective
of Cato

Catoninus
Catōnīnus
noun
the adherents or friends of Cato

catonium
catōnium
noun
the Lower World

catoptritis
catoptrītis
noun
a precious stone found in Cappadocia

catorchites
catorchītes
noun
a wine made from figs

catta
catta
noun
an unknown species of animal

Cattus
Cattus
noun

Cattus
Cattus
noun
a German people in the present Hesse

catula
catula
noun

Catularia Porta
Catulāria Porta
expression
one of the gates of Rome

catulaster
catulaster
cross-reference

catulina
catulīna
noun
the flesh of the dog

catulinis
catulīnis
noun
of or pertaining to a little dog

Catulinus
Catulīnus
adjective
of Q. Lutatius Catulus

catulio
catuliō
verb
to desire the male

catulitio
catulītiō
noun
a desire for the male

Catullianus
Catulliānus
adjective
of Catullus

Catullus
Catullus
noun
a celebrated Roman writer of elegies and epigrams

catuloticus
catūlōticus
adjective
good for healing over

catulus
catulus
noun
the young of animals

Catulus
Catulus
noun
a cognomen in the

Caturigis
Caturigis
noun
a Ligurian tribe in

catus
catus
noun
a male cat

catus
catus
adjective
Sharp to the hearing

caucalis
caucalis
noun
an umbelliferous plant

Caucasigena
Caucasigena
noun
born on or near the Caucasus

Caucasius
Caucasius
adjective
pertaining to Caucasus

Caucasus
Caucasus
noun
The rough Caucasian chain of mountains

caucula
caucula
noun
a small dish

cauculator
cauculātor
noun
a reckoner

Caucus
Caucus
noun
a people in Lower Germany

Caucus
Caucus
noun

caucus
caucus
noun
a drinkingvessel

cauda
cauda
noun
the tail

caudacus
caudacus
cross-reference

caudeus
caudeus
adjective
of wood

caudex
caudex
noun
The trunk of a tree

Caudex
Caudex
noun
a Roman cognomen

caudicalis
caudicālis
adjective
pertaining to the trunks of trees

caudicarius
caudicārius
adjective
of or pertaining to the trunks of trees

caudicarius
caudicārius
noun
those who sail on such ships

caudiceus
caudiceus
adjective
pertaining to the trunk of a tree

caudicodicarius
caudicōdicārius
noun
those who sail on such ships

Caudinus
Caudīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Caudium

Caudinus
Caudīnus
adjective
of Caudium

Caudium
Caudium
noun
a small but ancient city of Samnium

cauitio
cauitiō
noun
a guarding or taking care of one's self

caula
caula
noun
an opening

Caulares
Caulārēs
noun
a river of Pamphylia

caulator
caulātor
noun
a jester

caulias
cauliās
noun
taken or derived from the stalk

cauliculatus
cauliculātus
adjective
furnished with or having a stalk

cauliculus
cauliculus
noun
the small stalk or stem of a plant

caulis
caulis
noun
a cabbage-stalk

caulla
caulla
noun
an opening

caulodes
caulōdēs
adjective
stalk-like

Caulon
Caulon
noun
a city founded by the Achaeans on the east coast of Bruttium

Caulonia
Caulōnia
noun
a city founded by the Achaeans on the east coast of Bruttium

cauma
cauma
noun
the heat

Cauneae
Cauneaē
adverb
Caunian dried figs

Cauneius
Cauneius
adjective
pertaining to Caunus

Cauneus
Cauneus
adjective
pertaining to Caunus

Cauneus
Cauneus
noun
the inhabitants of Caunus

Caunites
Caunītēs
noun
Caunian

Caunius
Caunius
noun
the inhabitants of Caunus

Caunos
Caunos
noun
a very ancient town on the coast of Caria

Caunus
Caunus
noun
a very ancient town on the coast of Caria

caupo
caupō
noun
a petty tradesman

caupona
caupōna
noun
A female shopkeeper

cauponaria
caupōnāria
noun
a female shopkeeper

cauponarius
caupōnārius
noun
a shopkeeper

cauponium
caupōnium
noun
tavern furniture

cauponius
caupōnius
adjective
of or belonging to a retail shopkeeper

cauponor
caupōnor
verb
to traffic or trade in

cauponula
caupōnula
noun
a small inn or tavern

caupulus
caupulus
noun
a kind of small ship

cauricrepus
caurīcrepus
adjective
blown through by the north-west wind

caurinus
caurīnus
adjective
of the north-west wind

caurio
cauriō
verb
the natural sound of the rutting panther

Caurus
Caurus
noun
the north-west wind

causa
causa
noun
that by

Causalia
Causālia
cross-reference
a work on the causes of things

causalis
causālis
adjective
Of or pertaining to a cause

causarie
causāriē
adverb
on account of sickness

causarius
causārius
adjective
sick

causate
causātē
adverb
with good reason

causatio
causātiō
noun
A pretext

causativus
causātīvus
adjective
Causative

causia
causia
noun
a Macedonian white hat with a broad brim

causidicalis
causidicālis
adjective
of or pertaining to an advocate

causidicatio
causidicātiō
noun
the speech of an advocate

causidicatus
causidicātus
noun
forensic oratory

causidicina
causidicīna
noun
the office of advocate

causidicus
causidicus
noun
a pleader

causificor
causificor
verb
to allege a cause

causor
causor
verb
trans

caussa
caussa
noun
that by

caussa, caussalis
caussa, caussālis
expression

caussarius
caussārius
cross-reference

caussidicus
caussidicus
noun
a pleader

caussor
caussor
verb
trans

caustice
causticē
noun
a caustic plant

causticum
causticum
noun
a burning

causticus
causticus
adjective
burning

causula
causula
noun
A petty lawsuit

caute
cautē
adverb
Cautiously

cautela
cautēla
noun
caution

cauter
cautēr
noun
A branding-iron

cauterio
cautēriō
verb
to burn

cauterium
cautērium
noun
An instrument used for branding

cauterizo
cautērīzō
verb
to burn with a hot iron

cauteroma
cautērōma
noun
a brand

cautes
cautēs
noun
a rough

cautim
cautim
adverb
cautiously

cautio
cautiō
noun
a guarding or taking care of one's self

cautionalis
cautiōnālis
adjective
pertaining to security

cautis
cautis
noun
a rough

cautor
cautor
noun
One who is on his guard or is wary

cautroma
cautrōma
noun
a wound made by branding

cautulus
cautulus
adjective
rather safe

cautum
cautum
noun
the provisions

cautus
cautus
adjective
careful

cavaedium
cavaedium
cross-reference

cavaedium
cavaedium
noun
the inner court of Roman houses

cavamen
cavāmen
noun
A hollowing out

cavannus
cavannus
noun
the nightowl

Cavarinus
Cavarīnus
noun
a Senone

cavaticus
cavāticus
adjective
born or living in caves

cavatio
cavātiō
noun
a cavern

cavator
cavātor
noun
one who hollows or excavales

cavatura
cavātūra
noun
a hollow

cavatus
cavātus
adjective

cavatus
cavātus
adjective
hollowed

cavea
cavea
noun
an excavated place

cavealis
caveālis
adjective
kept in a cave or cellar

caveatus
caveātus
adjective
Encaged

cavefacio
cavefaciō
verb

caveo
caveō
verb
to be on one's guard

caverna
caverna
noun
a hollow

cavernatim
cavernātim
adverb
through caverns

caverno
cavernō
verb
to make hollow

cavernosus
cavernōsus
adjective
full of hollows or cavities

cavernula
cavernula
noun
a small cavity

caviares hostiae
caviāres hostiae
expression
victims

cavile
cavīlē
adverb

cavilla
cavilla
noun
a jeering

cavillabundus
cavillābundus
adjective
seeking for raillery

cavillatio
cavillātiō
noun
a jeering

cavillator
cavillātor
noun
a jester

cavillatrix
cavillātrix
noun
she who seeks to take by sophistry

cavillatus
cavillātus
noun
raillery

cavillor
cavillor
verb
to practise jeering or mocking

cavillosus
cavillōsus
adjective
full of raillery

cavillum
cavillum
noun
a jeering

Cavius
Cavius
noun
a people of Grecian Illyria

cavo
cavō
verb
to make hollow

cavositas
cavōsitās
noun
a hollow

cavum
cavum
noun
the inner court of Roman houses

cavum
cavum
noun

cavum aedium
cavum aedium
noun
the inner court of Roman houses

cavus
cavus
adjective
hollow

cavus
cavus
noun
the inner court of Roman houses

Cayco
Caȳcō
noun
a people in Lower Germany

Caycus
Caȳcus
noun
A river of Greater Mysia

Caycus
Caȳcus
noun

Caystrius
Caystrius
adjective
of Caystros

Caystros
Caystros
noun
a river in Lydia

Caystrus
Caystrus
noun
a river in Lydia

ce
noun
a plant which bees are fond of

Cea
Cēa
noun
Zia

Cebenna
Cebenna
noun
a mountain in Gallia

Cebenna
Cebenna
noun
a chain of mountains in Gaul

Cebennicus
Cebennicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Cevennes

Cebren
Cēbrēn
noun
a river in Troas

Cebren
Cebrēn
noun
a river in Troas

Cebrenis
Cēbrēnis
noun
a river in Troas

Cebrenis
Cebrēnis
noun
a river in Troas

Cecaumenum
Cecaumenum
noun
the burnt regions

Cecina
Cēcīna
noun
a surname in the gens Licinia

Cecina
Cēcīna
noun
a river in Etruria

Cecropia
Cēcropia
noun
the citadel of Athens

Cecropida
Cēcropida
noun
Athenians

Cecropides
Cēcropidēs
noun
a male descendant of Cecrops

Cecropis
Cēcropis
noun
a female descendant of Cecrops

Cecropius
Cēcropius
adjective
Of or pertaining to Cecrops

Cecrops
Cēcrops
noun
the most ancient king of Attica

cecus
cēcus
adjective
having no light

cedenter
cēdenter
adverb
by yielding

cedo
cedō
cross-reference
imperat

cedo
cēdō
verb
to go

cedrelate
cēdrelatē
noun
the cedar

cedrelate
cedrelatē
noun
the cedar

cedreus
cedreus
adjective
of cedar

cedreus
cēdreus
adjective
of cedar

cedria
cēdria
noun
the pitch or resin from cedar

cedria
cedria
noun
the pitch or resin from cedar

cedrinus
cēdrinus
adjective
of cedar-wood

cedrinus
cedrinus
adjective
of cedar-wood

cedris
cedris
noun
the fruit or berry of the cedar

cedris
cēdris
noun
the fruit or berry of the cedar

cedrium
cedrium
noun
cedar-oil

cedrium
cēdrium
noun
cedar-oil

Cedrosia
Cedrōsia
noun
the country of the Gedrosi

Cedrosii
Cedrōsii
adverb
Mekran

cedrostis
cedrostis
noun
one of the names of the white vine

Cedrosus
Cedrōsus
noun
a people of Asia

cedrus
cēdrus
noun
the cedar

cedrus
cedrus
noun
the cedar

ceivis
ceivis
noun
a citizen

Celadon
Celadon
noun
An Egyptian companion of Phineus

Celaena
Celaena
noun
a town of Phrygia

Celaenaeus
Celaenaeus
adjective
of or pertaining to Celaenae or to Marsyas

Celaeno
Celaenō
noun
A daughter of Atlas and Pleione

celate
cēlātē
adverb
secretly

celatim
cēlātim
adverb
secretly

celator
cēlātor
noun
a concealer

celatum
cēlātum
noun
secrets

celatum
cēlātum
noun
a secret

celeber
celeber
adjective
that which contains a multitude

celebrabilis
celebrābilis
adjective
commendable

celebrabilis
celēbrābilis
adjective
commendable

celebratio
celebrātiō
noun
A numerous assemblage

celebratio
celēbrātiō
noun
A numerous assemblage

celebrator
celēbrātor
noun
he who extols

celebrator
celebrātor
noun
he who extols

celebratus
celēbrātus
adjective

celebratus
celebrātus
adjective

celebratus
celebrātus
adjective

celebresco
celebrescō
verb
to become renowned

celebresco
celēbrescō
verb
to become renowned

celebritas
celēbritās
noun
A great number

celebritas
celebritās
noun
A great number

celebriter
celēbriter
adverb
frequently

celebriter
celebriter
adverb
frequently

celebro
celēbrō
verb
To go to a place or person in great numbers or often

celebro
celebrō
verb
To go to a place or person in great numbers or often

Celeia
Celēia
noun
a town in

Celeja
Celēja
noun
a town in

Celelats
Celelāts
noun
a Ligurian tribe

Celemna
Celemna
noun
a city of Campania

Celenderis
Celenderis
noun
a fortified harbor in

Celenderitis
Celenderītis
noun
of Celenderis

Celendris
Celendris
noun
a fortified harbor in

Celenna
Celenna
noun
a city of Campania

celer
celer
adjective
swift

Celer
Celer
noun
a Roman cognomen in the gens Caecilia

Celer
Celer
noun
patricians

celeranter
celeranter
adverb
with speed

celeratim
celerātim
adverb
quickly

celere
celerē
adverb
quickly

celeripes
celeripēs
adjective
swiftfooted

celeritas
celeritās
noun
swiftness

celeriter
celeriter
adverb
quickly

celeritudo
celeritūdō
noun
swiftness

celeriuscule
celeriusculē
adverb
somewhat quickly

celero
celerō
verb
to quicken

celes
celēs
noun
A racer

Celetizontis
Celētīzontis
noun
riders upon race-horses

Celetrum
Celetrum
noun
a town of Macedonia

celeuma
celeuma
noun
a command or call given by the chief oarsman

Celeus
Celeus
noun
a king in Eleusis

celeusma
celeusma
noun
a command or call given by the chief oarsman

celia
cēlia
noun
a kind of beer made in Spain

cella
cella
noun
a storeroom

cellararius
cellārārius
noun
a steward

cellariensis
cellāriensis
adjective
belonging to a store-room

cellariolum
cellāriolum
noun
a little chamber

cellaris
cellāris
adjective

cellarium
cellārium
noun
a receptacle for food

cellarius
cellārius
adjective
of or pertaining to a storeroom

cellarius
cellārius
noun
one who keeps provisions

cellatio
cellātiō
noun
a series of store-rooms or chambers

cello
cellō
verb

cello
cellō
verb

cellula
cellula
noun
a small store-room or apartment

cellulanus
cellulānus
noun
a hermit

Celmis
Celmis
noun
one of the Dactyli or Corybantes

celo
cēlō
verb
to hide something from one

celostrata antepagmenta
celostrata antepagmenta
expression

celox
celox
adjective
a swift-sailing ship

celse
celsē
adverb
High

celsitudo
celsitūdō
noun
A lofty carriage of the body

Celsus
Celsus
noun
a Roman cognomen

celsus
celsus
adjective
raised high

Celta
Celta
noun
a great parent - stock of people in the north of Europe

Celtiber
Celtibēr
cross-reference
Celtiberian

Celtiberr
Celtibēr
verb
a Celtiberian

Celtiberia
Celtibēria
noun
the land of the Celtiberians

Celtiberice
Celtibēricē
adverb
in the Celtiberic language

Celtibericus
Celtibēricus
adjective
Celtiberian

Celtiberus
Celtibērus
noun
Celtiberians

Celtica
Celtica
noun
the Celtic country

Celtice
Celticē
adverb
in the Celtic language

Celticum
Celticum
noun
the Celtic nation

Celticus
Celticus
adjective
Celtic

Celticus
Celticus
adjective

Celticus
Celticus
noun
a people in interior Spain and on the river Guadiana

celtis
celtis
noun
an African species of lotus

celum
cēlum
noun
the chisel or burin of the sculptor or engraver

cemos
cēmos
noun
an unknown plant

cena
cēna
noun
the principal meal of the Romans in the early period

cenacularia
cēnāculāria
noun
a leasing of a garret

cenacularius
cēnāculārius
adjective
pertaining to a garret

cenaculatus
cēnāculātus
adjective
with garrets

cenaculum
cēnāculum
noun
a dining-room

Cenaeum
Cēnaeum
noun
the north-western point of the island of Eubaea

Cenaeus
Cēnaeus
adjective
of Cenaeum

cenaticum
cēnāticum
noun
the money given instead of food

cenaticus
cēnāticus
adjective
pertaining to a dinner

cenatio
cēnātiō
noun
a dining-room

cenatiuncula
cēnātiuncula
noun
a small dining-room

cenator
cēnātor
cross-reference
a diner

cenatorium
cēnātōrium
noun
dinner dress

cenatorium
cēnātōrium
noun
a dining-room

cenatorius
cēnātōrius
adjective
of or pertaining to dinner

cenaturio
cēnāturiō
cross-reference
v. desid

cenatus
cēnātus
adjective

Cenchraeus
Cenchraeus
adjective
of Cenchreae

Cenchrea
Cenchrea
noun
one of the three harbors of Corinth

Cenchreis
Cenchrēis
noun
The wife of Cinyras and mother of Myrrha

Cenchreus
Cenchreus
noun
a river of Ionia near Ephesus

Cenchreus
Cenchrēus
adjective
of Cenchreae

cenchris
cenchris
noun
a kind of hawk

Cenchrius
Cenchrius
noun
a river of Ionia near Ephesus

cenchrltis
cenchrltis
noun
a millet stone

cenchros
cenchros
noun
an unknown kind of precious stone

Cenimagnus
Cenīmagnus
noun
a British tribe in Norfolk

Cenina
Cenīna
noun
a small but very ancient town in Latium

cenito
cēnitō
verb
to dine often or much

ceno
cēnō
verb
to take a meal

Cenomanus
Cenomānus
noun
a Celtic people in

cenotaphium
cenotaphium
noun
an empty tomb

censeo
censeō
verb
to be angry

censeo
cēnseō
verb
To tax

censio
cēnsiō
noun
An estimating

censitio
censītiō
noun
A taxing

censitor
censītor
noun
the magistrate presiding over the rating of citizens

censitus
censītus
adjective

censor
censor
noun
a censor

Censorinus
Censōrīnus
noun
A cognomen in the gens Marcia

censorius
censōrius
adjective
of or pertaining to the censor

censualis
censuālis
adjective
of or pertaining to a census

censuals
censuāls
noun
Those who make out the censor's lists

censum
cēnsum
noun
to value

censum
censum
noun
wealth

censura
censūra
noun
The office of censor

census
census
adjective

census
census
noun
A registering and rating of Roman citizens

centaureion
centaurēion
noun
centaury

centaureum
centaurēum
noun
centaury

Centaureus
Centaurēus
adjective
pertaining to a Centaur

centauria
centauria
noun
centaury

Centauricus
Centauricus
adjective
of or pertaining to a Centaur

centaurion
centaurion
noun

centauris
centauris
noun
a species of

Centauromachia
Centauromachia
noun
a fictitious name of a part of Thessaly

Centaurus
Centaurus
noun
a Centaur

centena
centēna
noun
a dignity in the imperial court

Centenarius
Centēnārius
noun

centenarius
centēnārius
adjective
consisting of a hundred

centeni
centēnī
adjective
a hundred each

centenionalis nummus
centēniōnālis nummus
expression
a small coin

centenum
centēnum
noun
a kind of grain

centesima
centēsima
noun
the hundredth part of a thing

centesimo
centēsimō
verb
to take out every hundredth

centesimus
centēsimus
adjective
the hundredth

centiceps
centiceps
adjective
hundred-headed

centiens
centiens
adverb
a hundred times

centies
centies
adverb
a hundred times

centifidus
centifidus
adjective
divided into a hundred parts

centifolia
centifolia
cross-reference
the hundred-leaved rose

centigranium
centigrānium
cross-reference
wheat that has a hundred grains

centimalis
centimālis
cross-reference
a surgical instrument

centimanus
centimanus
adjective
having a hundred hands

centimeter
centimeter
noun
he who employs a hundred

centimetrum
centimetrum
noun
the title of a metrical writing of Servius

centinodius
centinōdius
adjective
with a hundred knots

centipeda
centipeda
noun
a centipede

centipellio
centipelliō
noun
the second maw of ruminating animals

centipes
centipēs
adjective
hundred-footed

centiplex
centiplex
adjective
a hundredfold

centiplex
centiplex
cross-reference

Cento
Centō
noun
a Roman cognomen

cento
centō
noun
a garment of several bits or pieces sewed together

Centobriga
Centobrīga
noun
a town of the Celtiberi in Spain

Centobrigensis
Centobrīgensis
noun
the inhabitants of Centobriga

centoculus
centoculus
noun
hundred-eyed

centonarius
centōnārius
noun
a maker of patchwork

centonarius
centōnārius
adjective
of or pertaining to patchwork

centralis
centrālis
adjective
in the middle

centratus
centrātus
adjective
in the middle or centre

centrina
centrina
noun
a kind of beetle or wasp

Centronis
Centrōnis
noun
a people of Gaul

centrosus
centrōsus
adjective
in the central point

centrum
centrum
noun
the stationary foot of the compasses

centum
centum
adjective
A hundred

Centumalus
Centumalus
noun
a Roman cognomen

centum capita
centum capita
expression
a plant

centum caput
centum caput
expression

Centumcella
Centumcella
noun
a seaport town in Etruria

Centum cella
Centum cella
noun
a seaport town in Etruria

Centumgeminus
Centumgeminus
adjective
a hundreafoid

centumpeda
centumpeda
noun
hundredfooted

centumpondium
centumpondium
noun
a weight of a hundred pounds

centumvir
centumvir
noun

centumviralis
centumvirālis
adjective
of or pertaining to the centumviri

centum virus
centum virus
noun
a college or bench of judges chosen annually for civil suits

centumvirus
centumvirus
noun
a college or bench of judges chosen annually for civil suits

centunculus
centunculus
noun
A small patch or patchwork

centupeda
centupeda
noun
a centipede

centuplex
centuplex
adjective
a hundredfold

centuplicato
centuplicātō
cross-reference
to be sold a hundred times dearer

centuplicatum
centuplicātum
noun
a hundredfold

centuplicatum
centuplīcātum
noun
a hundredfold

centuplicatus
centuplicātus
adjective
increased a hundredfold

centuplicatus
centuplīcātus
adjective
increased a hundredfold

centuplico
centūplicō
verb
to increase a hundredfold

centuplico
centuplicō
verb
to increase a hundredfold

centuplum
centūplum
noun
a hundredfold

centuplum
centuplum
noun
a hundredfold

centuplus
centuplus
adjective
hundredfold

centuplus
centūplus
adjective
hundredfold

centupondium
centupondium
cross-reference

centupondium
centupondium
noun
a weight of a hundred pounds

centuria
centuria
noun
an assemblage or a division consisting of a hundred things of a kind

centurialis
centuriālis
adjective
pertaining to a century

centuriatim
centuriātim
adverb
By companies or centuries

centuriatio
centuriātiō
noun
a dividing into centuries

centuriatus
centuriātus
noun
A division into centuries

centuriatus
centuriātus
adjective

centuriatus
centuriātus
adjective
of or belonging to the

centurio
centuriō
noun
the commander of a century

centurio
centuriō
verb
to divide into centuries

centurionatus
centuriōnātus
noun
the office of a centurion

centurionus
centuriōnus
noun
the commander of a century

Centuripa
Centuripa
noun
a very old town in Sicily

Centuripinum
Centuripīnum
noun
a very old town in Sicily

Centuripinus
Centuripīnus
adjective
of Centuripae

Centuripinus
Centuripīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Centuripae

Centuripum
Centuripum
noun
a very old town in Sicily

centussis
centussis
noun
a hundred

cenula
cēnula
noun
a little dinner

Ceos
Ceos
cross-reference

cepa
cēpa
noun

cepa
cepa
noun

cepa
cēpa
cross-reference

cepaea
cēpaea
noun
a plant similar to the portulacca

cepe
cēpe
noun

cephalaea
cephalaea
noun
a continued pain in the head

cephalaeota
cephalaeōta
noun
a collector of a capitation tax

cephalalgia
cephalalgīa
noun
a headache

cephalalgia
cephalalgia
noun
a headache

cephalalgicus
cephalalgicus
adjective
sick with a headache

cephalargia
cephalargīa
noun
a headache

cephalargia
cephalargia
noun
a headache

cephalargicus
cephalargicus
adjective
sick with a headache

Cephalenia
Cephalēnia
noun
the largest island in the Ionian Sea

Cephalenis
Cephalēnis
noun
the inhabitants of Cephalenia

Cephalenita
Cephalēnīta
noun

cephalicus
cephalicus
adjective
of or relating to the head

Cephalio
Cephaliō
noun
a slave of Atticus

Cephallania
Cephallānia
noun
the largest island in the Ionian Sea

cephalo
cephalō
noun
a palmtree

Cephaloedias
Cephaloedias
noun
adj. fem

Cephaloedis
Cephaloedis
noun
a small fortified town in Sicily

Cephaloeditanus
Cephaloeditānus
adjective
of Cephalaedis

Cephaloeditanus
Cephaloeditānus
noun
the inhabitants of Cephalaedis

Cephaloedium
Cephaloedium
noun
a small fortified town in Sicily

cephalote
cephalōtē
noun
adj. f

Cephalus
Cephalus
noun
a son of Deioneus or of Pandion

Cepheis
Cēphēis
noun

Cepheis
Cēphēis
noun
Andromeda

Cepheius
Cephēius
adjective

Cepheius
Cēphēius
adjective
of Cepheus

cephenis
cēphēnis
noun
The drones in a swarm of bees

Cephenis
Cēphēnis
noun
a people of Ethiopia

Cephenus
Cēphēnus
adjective
Ethiopian

Cepheus
Cēphēus
adjective
of Cepheus

Cepheus
Cēpheus
noun
a king of Ethiopia

Cephisia
Cēphīsia
noun
name of a small district of Altica

Cephisias
Cēphīsias
noun
adj. fem

Cephisis
Cēphīsis
noun
adj. fem

Cephisius
Cēphīsius
noun
adj. fem

Cephisos
Cēphīsos
noun
A river in Phocis and Baeotia

Cephissias
Cēphissias
noun
adj. fem

Cephissis
Cēphissis
noun
adj. fem

Cephissius
Cēphissius
noun
adj. fem

Cephissus
Cēphissus
noun
A river in Phocis and Baeotia

Cephisus
Cēphīsus
noun
A river in Phocis and Baeotia

cepina
cēpīna
noun
a field or bed of onions

cepina
cēpīna
noun

cepitis
cēpītis
noun
a precious stone

cepolatitis
cēpolatītis
noun
a precious stone

cepolindrum
cepolindrum
noun
a kind of condiment

ceponidis
cēponidis
noun
a precious stone

cepos Aphrodites
cēpos Aphrodītēs
expression
a plant

cepotaphiolum
cēpotaphiolum
noun
a little tomb in a garden

cepotaphium
cēpotaphium
noun
a tomb in a garden

cepulla
cēpulla
noun

Cepurica
Cēpūrica
cross-reference
a treatise on gardening

cepuricus
cēpūricus
adjective
of or pertaining to gardening

Cepuros
Cēpūros
noun
a gardener

cera
cēra
noun
wax

cerachates
cērachātēs
noun
a precious stone

Cerambis
Cērambis
noun
a promontory and town of the same name in Paphlagonia

Cerambus
Cerambus
noun
a mythological person

Ceramicus
Ceramīcus
adjective

Ceramicus
Ceramīcus
noun
the name of two places

ceramitis
ceramītis
noun
a precious stone of the color of brick

Ceramus
Ceramus
noun
a town on

cerania
cerānia
noun
St. John's bread

ceraria
cērāria
noun
she who makes wax-lights

cerarium
cērārium
noun
wax-money

cerarius
cērārius
adjective
pertaining to wax

Cerarius
Cerarius
adjective
pertaining to wax

ceras
ceras
noun
a kind of wild parsnip

cerasinus
cerasinus
adjective
cherry-colored

Cerasta
Cerasta
noun
a horned people in Cyprus

cerastes
cerastēs
noun
A horned serpent

cerasum
cerasum
noun

cerasum
cerasum
noun
A cherry

cerasus
cerasus
noun
the cherrytree

Cerasus
Cerasūs
noun
a town in Pontus

ceratia
ceratia
noun
a plant with a single leaf

ceratias
ceratiās
noun
a kind of comet resembling a horn

ceratina
ceratina
noun
the sophistical argument concerning horns

ceratitis
ceratītis
noun
a kind of wild poppy

ceratium
ceratium
noun
a Greek weight corresponding to the Latin siliqua

ceratorium
cērātōrium
noun
a wax plaster

ceratum
cērātum
noun
a wax plaster

ceratura
cērātūra
noun
a smearing over or covering with wax

ceratus
cērātus
adjective

ceraula
ceraula
noun
a hornblower

ceraunia
ceraunia
cross-reference

ceraunium
ceraunium
adjective
a precious stone

Ceraunium
Ceraunium
noun
Kimara

Ceraunius
Ceraunius
noun
Kimara

ceraunius
ceraunius
adjective
a precious stone

Ceraunobolia
Ceraunobolia
noun
the hurling of the thunderbolts

Ceraunum saxum
Ceraunum saxum
noun
Kimara

Ceraunus
Ceraunus
noun
cognomen of king Ptolemaeus

ceraunus
ceraunus
adjective
a precious stone

ceraunus
ceraunus
adjective

Cerbereus
Cerbereus
adjective
of or pertaining to Cerberus

Cerberion
Cerberion
noun
ancient name of the town Cimmerium

Cerberos
Cerberos
noun
the three-

Cerberus
Cerberus
noun
the three-

Cercasorum
Cercasōrum
noun
a city of Egypt

cerceris
cercēris
cross-reference
a bird living in the water and on land

Cerceta
Cerceta
noun
a people of Pontus

Cercetius
Cercetius
noun
a southern spur of Mount Pindus in Thessaly

Cercina
Cercīna
noun
an island off the east coast of Africa

Cercinates
Cercīnātes
noun
The inhabitants

Cercinitis
Cercinītis
noun
a small island very near Cercina

Cercinium
Cercinium
noun
a town of Thessaly

cercitis
cercītis
noun
a species of olive-tree

cercius
cercius
noun
a violent wind blowing in

Cercius
Cercius
noun

Cerco
Cercō
noun
a Roman cognomen

cercolips
cercolips
cross-reference

Cercopis
Cercōpis
noun
a cunning

cercopithecus
cercopithēcus
noun
a monkey with a tail

cercops
cercōps
noun
A species of long-tailed apes

cercurus
cercūrus
noun
a kind of light vessel peculiar to the Cyprians

Cercyo
Cercyō
noun
a celebrated robber in Attica

Cercyoneus
Cercyonēus
adjective
pertaining to Cercyon

cercyrus
cercȳrus
noun
a kind of light vessel peculiar to the Cyprians

Cerdiciats
Cerdiciats
noun
a people of Liguria

cerdo
cerdō
noun
handicraftsman

cerea
cerea
noun
a Spanish drink

Cereale
Cereāle
noun
the festival of Ceres

Cerealis
Cereālis
adjective
Pertaining to Ceres

Cerealitas
Cereālitās
noun
the office of a Cereal edile

cerebellare
cerebellāre
noun
a brain-covering

cerebellum
cerebellum
noun
a small brain

cerebrosus
cerebrōsus
adjective
having a madness of the brain

cerebrum
cerēbrum
noun
the brain

cerebrum
cerebrum
noun
the brain

Cerellia
Cērellia
noun
a Roman lady mentioned in the letters of Cicero

cereo
cereō
verb
to bring forth

cereolus
cēreolus
adjective
of the color of wax

Ceres
Cerēs
noun
the daughter of Saturn and Ops

cereus
cēreus
noun

cereus
cēreus
adjective
waxen

cereus
cēreus
noun
a waxlight

cerevisia
cerevisia
noun

cerevisia
cerevisia
noun
beer

ceria
ceria
noun
a Spanish drink

Cerialis
Ceriālis
adjective
Pertaining to Ceres

cerifico
cērificō
verb
to make wax

Cerilla
Cērilla
noun
a small town on the sea-coast of Bruttium destroyed by Hannibal

cerimonia
cērimōnia
noun
the sacred. the divine

cerimonia
cērimōnia
noun

cerintha
cērintha
noun
a plant which bees are fond of

cerinthus
cērinthus
noun
beebread

cerinum
cērinum
noun
a wax-colored garment

cerinus
cērinus
adjective
waxcolored

ceriolare
cēriolāre
noun
a candlestick for wax tapers

ceriolarium
cēriolārium
noun
a candlestick for wax tapers

ceritis
cērītis
noun
wax-stone

cerium
cērium
noun
a bad species of swelling or ulcer

Cermalensis
Cermalensis
adjective

Cermalus
Cermalus
noun
a depression in the Palatine Hill

cernentia
cernentia
noun
the sight

cerno
cernō
verb
To separate

cernualia
cernuālia
cross-reference

cernulo
cernulō
verb
to throw down

cernulus
cernulus
adjective
turning a somersault

cernuo
cernuō
verb
to throw or fall head foremost

cernuus
cernuus
noun
a kind of shoe

cernuus
cernuus
adjective
with the face turned towards the earth

cero
cērō
verb
to cover

ceroferarius
cērōferārius
noun
the waxlight bearer

Ceroliensis
Ceroliensis
cross-reference
a place in Rome

ceroma
cērōma
noun
an ointment for wrestlers

ceromaticus
cērōmaticus
adjective
smeared with wax-ointment

ceronia
cerōnia
noun
St. John's bread

Cerosi
Cerosī
noun
a Belgian tribe

cerostrota
cerostrota
cross-reference

cerosus
cērōsus
adjective
full of wax

cerotarium
cērōtārium
noun
a wax plaster

cerotum
cērōtum
noun
a wax plaster

ceroturium
cērōtūrium
noun
a wax plaster

Cerretanus
Cerretānus
noun
an Iberian people of

Cerretanus
Cerretānus
adjective
of the Cerretani

cerreus
cerreus
adjective
of the Turkey oak

cerrinus
cerrinus
adjective
of the Turkey oak

cerritulus
cerrītulus
adjective
somewhat mad

cerritus
cerrītus
adjective
having a crazed brain

cerrones
cerrones
noun

cerrus
cerrus
noun
a kind of oak

certabundus
certābundus
adjective
contending

certamen
certāmen
noun
a contest

certatim
certātim
adverb
emulously

certatio
certātiō
noun
a contending

certative
certātīvē
adverb
in order to stir up strife

certator
certātor
noun
a disputant

certatus
certātus
noun
a contention

certatus
certātus
adjective

certe
certē
adverb
with certainty

certe
certē
cross-reference

certim
certim
adverb
certainly

certioro
certiōrō
verb
to inform

certo
certō
verb
to decide something by a contest

certo
certō
adverb
with certainty

certor
certor
verb
to strive

certo
certō
cross-reference

certus
certus
adjective
determined

ceruchus
cerūchus
noun
ropes fastened to the sail-yards

cerula
cērula
noun
a small piece of wax

cerus
cerus
cross-reference

cerussa
cērussa
noun
white-lead

cerussatus
cērussātus
adjective
colored or painted with white-lead

cerva
cerva
noun
a hind

cervarius
cervārius
adjective
of or pertaining to deer

cervesia
cervesia
noun
beer

cervesia
cervesia
cross-reference

cervical
cervīcal
noun
a pillow or bolster

cervicale
cervīcāle
noun
a pillow or bolster

cervicatus
cervīcātus
adjective
stiffnecked

cervicositas
cervīcōsitās
noun
stubbornness

cervicosus
cervīcōsus
adjective
stubborn

cervicula
cervīcula
noun
A small neck

cervina
cervīna
noun
deer's meat

cervinus
cervīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to a deer

cervisia
cervisia
noun
beer

cervix
cervix
noun
the neck

cervos
cervos
noun
a stag

cervula
cervula
noun
a little hind

cervulus
cervulus
noun
a little chevaux-de-frise

cervus
cervus
noun
a stag

ceryceum
cērȳcēum
noun
the herald's staff

cerycium
cērȳcium
noun
the herald's staff

ceryx
cērȳx
noun
a herald

cespes
cespes
noun
A turf

cespes, cespitator, cespito, cesposus
cespes, cespitator, cespito, cesposus
expression

Cespius
Cespius
cross-reference
one of the peaks of the

cessatio
cessātiō
noun
A tarrying

cessator
cessātor
noun
a loiterer

cessatrix
cessātrix
noun
loiterer

cessicius
cessicius
adjective
of or pertaining to giving up

cessiciutius
cessiciutius
adjective
of or pertaining to giving up

cessim
cessim
adverb
bending or turning in

cessio
cessiō
noun
A giving up

cessitius
cessitius
cross-reference

cesso
cessō
verb
to stand back very much

Cestianus
Cestiānus
adjective
of or belonging to L. Cestius

cesticillus
cesticillus
noun
a small ring or hoop placed upon the head to support a burden

cesticus
cesticus
adjective
of a boxer's glove

Cestius
Cestius
noun
the name of a Roman plebeian family

cestos
cestos
noun
a girdle

cestron
cestron
cross-reference

cestron
cestron
noun
a graver

Cestros
Cestros
noun
a river of Pamphylia

cestros
cestros
noun
the plant betony

cestrosphendone
cestrosphendonē
noun
a mililary engine for hurling stones

cestrotus
cestrōtus
adjective
represented by means of a graver

cestrum
cestrum
noun
a graver

cestus
cestus
noun
a girdle

cestus
cestus
adverb
a boxer's glove

cestus
cestus
noun
a strap of bull's hide loaded with balls of lead or iron

cetaria
cētāria
noun

Cetarinus
Cētārīnus
noun
the inhabitants of a city of Sicily

cetarium
cētārium
noun
a fish-pond

Cetarius
Cētārius
adjective
title of a book of

cetarius
cētārius
adjective
of or pertaining to fish

cete
cētē
cross-reference

cete
cētē
noun
any large sea-animal

cetera
cētera
adverb
as for the rest

cetera, cetero
cētera, cēterō
expression

cetero
cēterō
adverb
for the rest

ceteroqui
cēterōquī
adverb
for the rest

ceteroquin
ceterōquin
adverb
in other respects

ceteroquin
cēterōquīn
adverb
for the rest

ceterum
cēterum
cross-reference

ceterum
cēterum
cross-reference

ceterum
cēterum
cross-reference
that which relates to the other

ceterum
cēterum
noun
the rest

ceterus
cēterus
adjective
the other

Cethegus
Cethegus
noun
a Roman cognomen in the Cornelian gens.

Ceto
Cētō
noun
The wife of Phorcus

cetos
cētos
noun
any large sea-animal

cetos
cētos
noun

cetosus
cētōsus
adjective
of or pertaining to sea-fishes

cetra
cētra
noun
a short Spanish shield

cetra
cetra
cross-reference

cetratus
cetratus
cross-reference

cette
cette
interjection

cetus
cētus
noun
any large sea-animal

ceu
ceu
adverb
as

ceua
ceua
noun
a kind of small cow

Ceus
Cēus
adjective
of Cea

Ceus
Cēus
noun
the inhabitants of Ceos

ceus
ceus
noun
a citizen

Ceutronis
Ceutronis
noun
a Gallic tribe

ceva
cēva
noun
a kind of small cow

Cevenna
Cevenna
noun
a mountain in Gallia

Cevenna
Cevenna
noun
a chain of mountains in Gaul

Cevennicus
Cevennicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Cevennes

ceveo
cēveō
verb
To move the haunches

Ceyx
Cēyx
noun
a son of Lucifer

ceyx
cēyx
noun
the male kingfisher

cf
cf
noun
a small stream of water

Chabrias
Chabriās
noun
a distinguished Athenian general

chaere
chaere
interjection
hail!

Chaerea
Chaerea
noun
a Roman cognomen

Chaereas
Chaereās
noun
a Grecian proper name

chaerephyllum
chaerephyllum
noun
chervil

chaerephylum
chaerephylum
noun

Chaeronea
Chaerōnēa
noun
a Baeotian town on the Cephisus

chalasticamen
chalasticāmen
noun
an alleviating remedy

chalasticus
chalasticus
adjective
of or pertaining to alleviating

chalatorius
chalātōrius
adjective
pertaining to loosing or letting down

chalazias
chalāziās
noun
an unknown precious stone

chalazion
chalāzion
cross-reference

chalazion
chalāzion
noun
a pimple or small tubercle on the eyelids

chalazius
chalāzius
adjective
pertaining to hail

chalbane
chalbanē
noun

chalbane
chalbanē
noun

chalcanthum
chalcanthum
noun
copperas-water

chalcaspis
chalcaspis
noun
having a brazen shield

Chalcedon
Chalcēdon
noun
a town in Bithynia

Chalcedonius
Chalcēdonius
noun
the Chalcedonians

Chalcedonius
Chalcēdonius
adjective
of Chalcedon

chalceos
chalcēos
noun
a prickly plant

chalcetum
chalcētum
noun
an unknown medicinal plant

chalceum
chalceum
noun
brazen things

chalceus
chalceus
adjective
brazen

Chalcidensis
Chalcidensis
adjective
Chalcidian

Chalcidensis
Chalcidensis
adjective

chalcidice
chalcidicē
noun
a kind of lizard

Chalcidicensis
Chalcidicensis
adjective

Chalcidicensis
Chalcidicensis
adjective
of Chalcis

Chalcidicum
Chalcidicum
noun
a chamber at the corner of a basuica

Chalcidicum
Chalcidicum
noun

Chalcidicus
Chalcidicus
adjective

Chalcidicus
Chalcidicus
adjective
of Chalcis

Chalcioecos
Chalcioecos
noun
a temple of Minerva

Chalciope
Chalciopē
noun
A daughter of Aeetes

Chalcis
Chalcis
noun
Chief town of the island Eubaea

chalcis
chalcis
noun
A fish of the herring kind

chalcites
chalcītēs
noun
Copperstone

chalcitis
chalcītis
noun
Copperstone

chalcophonos
chalcophōnos
noun
a precious stone ringing like brass

chalcophthongos
chalcophthongos
noun
a precious stone ringing like brass

chalcosmaragdos
chalcosmaragdos
noun
an emerald with veins of brass

chalcus
chalcus
noun
a copper coin

Chaldaeus
Chaldaeus
noun
the Chaldaeans

Chaldaeus
Chaldaeus
adjective
Chaldaean

Chaldaicus
Chaldaicus
adjective

chalo
chalō
verb
to slacken

chalybeius
chalybēius
adjective
of steel

Chalybis
Chalybis
noun
A people in Pontus

chalybs
chalybs
noun
steel

Chalybs
Chalybs
noun
a river in Lusitania

Cham
Cham
noun
a son of Noah

chama
chama
noun
a lynx

chama
chāma
cross-reference

chamaeacte
chamaeactē
noun
dwarf elder

chamaecerasus
chamaecerasus
noun
the dwarf cherry-tree

chamaecissos
chamaecissos
noun
ground-ivy

chamaecyparissos
chamaecyparissos
noun
ground-cypress

chamaedaphne
chamaedaphnē
noun
dwarf laurel

chamaedracon
chamaedracōn
noun
a kind of African serpent

chamaedrops
chamaedrops
cross-reference

chamaedrys
chamaedrys
noun
the plant wall-germander

chamaeleon
chamaeleōn
noun
a kind of lizard that changes its color

chamaeleuce
chamaeleucē
noun
a plant

chamaelygos
chamaelygos
noun
a plant

chamaemelinus
chamaemēlinus
adjective
of chamomile

chamaemelon
chamaemēlon
noun
chamomile

chamaemyrsine
chamaemyrsīnē
noun
dwarf myrtle

chamaepeuce
chamaepeucē
noun
the ground-larch

chamaepitys
chamaepitys
noun
a plant

chamaeplatanus
chamaeplatanus
noun
dwarf platane

chamaerepis
chamaerepis
noun
the dwarf palm

chamaerops
chamaerops
noun

chamaesyce
chamaesȳcē
noun
a plant

chamaetortus
chamaetortus
adjective
that creeps on the ground

chamaezelon
chamaezēlon
noun
a plant

Chamavus
Chamāvus
noun
a German people

chamedyosmos
chamēdyosmos
noun
rosemary

chamelaea
chamelaea
noun
the dwarf olive

chameunia
chameunia
noun
a couch on the earth

chamomilla
chamomilla
cross-reference

chamomilla
chamomilla
noun

chamulcus
chamūlcus
noun
a kind of machine

Chanaan
Chanaān
noun
the land of Canaan

Chanan
Chanān
noun
the land of Canaan

chane
chānē
noun
a kind of sea-fish

chanius pes
chanius pēs
expression
a foot consisting of three long syllables

channe
channē
noun
a kind of sea-fish

Chaon
Chāon
noun
son of Priamus

Chaonia
Chāonia
noun
their country

Chaonis
Chāonis
noun
Chaonian

Chaonis
Chāonis
noun
a people in the north-west part of Epirus

Chaonius
Chāonius
adjective
Chaonian

Chaos
Chaos
noun
The boundless

chara
chara
noun
a root

characatus
characātus
adjective
provided with stakes

characias
characiās
noun
Eit for making poles or stakes

characites
characītēs
noun
A name of a plant

character
character
noun
An instrument for branding or marking

characterismos
charactērismos
noun
characterization

characterismus
charactērismus
noun
characterization

Charadra
Charadra
noun
a town of Epirus

charadrius
charādrius
noun
a yellowish bird

charadrius
charadrius
noun
a yellowish bird

Charadrus
Charādrus
noun
a town in Syria

Charadrus
Charadrus
noun
a town in Syria

Charax
Charax
noun
a fortress in the valley of Tempe

charaxo
charaxō
verb
to scratch

Charaxus
Charaxus
noun
One of the Lapithae

Chares
Chares
noun
a Greek proper name

Chariclo
Chariclō
noun
a nymph

Charis
Charis
noun

Charisius
Charisius
noun
A Greek orator

charisma
charisma
noun
a gift

charisticum
charisticum
cross-reference

charistium
charistium
noun
an annual family repast made three days after the Parentalia

Charitis
Charitis
noun
the Charites

charitonblepharon
charitonblepharon
noun
a magical plant producing love

Charmadas
Charmadās
noun
An Academic philosopher

charmidatus
charmidātus
adverb
a comic person

Charmides
Charmides
noun
a comic person

Charon
Charōn
noun
Charon

Charondas
Charōndās
noun
a distinguished lawgiver in Catana

Charoneus
Charōnēus
adjective
of Charon

charta
charta
noun
a leaf of the Egyptian papyrus

chartaceus
chartāceus
adjective
made of paper

chartarium
chartārium
noun
archives

chartarius
chartārius
adjective
of or belonging to paper

chartarius
chartārius
noun
a papermerchant

charteus
charteus
adjective
of or pertaining to paper

chartiaticum
chartiāticum
noun
money for paper

chartophylax
chartophylax
noun
money for paper

chartopola
chartopōla
noun
a paper-merchant

chartula
chartula
noun
a little paper

chartularius
chartulārius
noun
a keeper of the archives of court

chartus
chartus
noun
a leaf of the Egyptian papyrus

chartus
chartus
noun

charus
chārus
adjective
dear

Charybdis
Charybdis
noun
a dangerous whirlpool between Italy and Sicily

chasma
chasma
noun
an opening of the earth

chasmatias
chasmatiās
noun
an earthquake which leaves chasms or openings

Chasuarius
Chasuārius
noun
a German tribe

Chattus
Chattus
noun
a German people in the present Hesse

Chauchus
Chauchus
noun
a people in Lower Germany

Chaucus
Chaūcus
noun
a people in Lower Germany

Chaucus
Chaucus
noun
a people in Lower Germany

Chaus
Chaus
noun
The boundless

Chaycus
Chaȳcus
noun
a people in Lower Germany

chela
chēla
noun
the arms of Scorpio

chele
chēlē
noun
the claw-shaped part of the ballista

Chelidon
Chelīdon
noun
a female client of Verres who made him her heir

chelidonia
chelīdonia
noun
swallowwort

chelidoniacus
chelīdoniacus
adjective
pointed like a swallow's tail

Chelidoniae insulae
Chelīdoniae insulae
noun
the Swallow-islands

chelidonias
chelīdoniās
noun
the west wind

chelidonius
chelīdonius
adjective
pertaining to the swallow

chelonia
chelōnia
noun
a precious stone

chelonitis
chelōnītis
noun
a precious stone like the tortoise

Chelonitis
Chelōnītis
noun
an island in the Arabian Gulf

chelonium
chelōnium
noun
the similarly formed shield

chelydrus
chelydrus
noun
a fetid serpent

chelydrus
chelȳdrus
noun
a fetid serpent

chelyon
chelyon
noun
the shell of the horned tortoise

chelys
chelys
noun
The tortoise

chema
chēma
noun
a gaping mussel

cheme
chēmē
noun
a measure for liquids

chenalopecis
chēnalōpecis
noun
a species of goose or duck

chenerotis
chēnerōtis
noun
a species of small goose or duck

cheniscus
chēniscus
noun
a gosling

chenoboscion
chēnoboscīon
noun
a pen for geese

chenomyche
chēnomychē
noun
a plant

cheragra
cherāgra
noun

cheragra
cherāgra
noun

cheragra
cheragra
noun

chernites
chernītēs
noun
a kind of marble resembling ivory

Cherronenses
Cherronenses
noun
the inhabitants of the Chersonese

Cherronesos
Cherronēsos
noun
the Thracian peninsula at the west of the Hellespont

Cherronesus
Cherronēsus
noun
the Thracian peninsula at the west of the Hellespont

chersinus
chersinus
adjective
living upon dry land

Chersonenses
Chersonenses
noun
the inhabitants of the Chersonese

Chersonesus
Chersonēsus
cross-reference

Chersonesus
Chersonēsus
noun
the Thracian peninsula at the west of the Hellespont

chersos
chersos
noun
a kind of toad

chersydros
chersȳdros
noun
an amphibious serpent

chersydros
chersydros
noun
an amphibious serpent

Cherub
Cherub
noun
the name of a rank of angels mentioned in the Old Testament

Cheruscus
Chēruscus
noun
a German people on the south side of the Hartz Mountains

Cheruscus
Cheruscus
noun
a German people on the south side of the Hartz Mountains

Chesippus
Chesippus
noun
a contemptuous name given by Zeno to Chrysippus

Cheus
Chēus
adjective
named after Chiron

chiliarches
chīliarchēs
noun
a commander of

chiliarchus
chīliarchus
noun
a commander of

chilias
chīlias
noun
the number

chiliasta
chīliasta
noun
the believers in the millennial kingdom

chiliodynama
chīliodynama
noun
an unknown medicinal plant

chiliophyllon
chīliophyllon
noun
an unknown plant

Chilius
Chīlius
noun
a Greek poet

Chilo
Chīlō
noun
A Lacedaemonian

Chilo
Chīlō
noun
a cognomen

Chimaera
Chimaera
noun
a fabulous monster in Lycia

Chimaereus
Chimaerēus
adjective
of or pertaining to the mountain Chimaera

Chimaerifer
Chimaerifer
adjective
that produced the Chimaera

chimerinus
chīmerinus
adjective
winter

Chione
Chionē
noun
A daughter of Daedation

Chionides
Chīonidēs
noun
A daughter of Boreas and Orithyia

Chios
Chīos
noun
an island in the Aegean Sea

Chios
Chios
noun
an island in the Aegean Sea

chiragra
chīragra
noun
gout in the hand

chiragra
chīrāgra
noun
gout in the hand

chiragricus
chīrāgricus
adjective

chiragricus
chīragricus
adjective

chiragricus
chīrāgricus
noun

chiragricus
chīragricus
noun

chiramaxium
chīramaxium
noun
a small carriage drawn by slaves

chiridota
chīridōta
noun

chiridotus
chīridōtus
adjective
furnished with sleeves

Chiro
Chīrō
noun
one of the Centaurs

Chiro
Chīrō
cross-reference

Chirocmeta
Chīrocmēta
noun
title of a book by Democritus

chirographarius
chīrographārius
adjective
pertaining to handwriting

chirographon
chīrographon
noun
One's own handwriting

chirographum
chīrographum
noun

chirographus
chīrographus
noun
One's own handwriting

Chiron
Chīrōn
noun
one of the Centaurs

chironia
chīrōnīa
noun
a name

Chironicus
Chīrōnicus
adjective
pertaining to Chiron

Chironius
Chīrōnīus
adjective
named after Chiron

chironomia
chīronomīa
noun
the art of moving the hands in gesturing

chironomia
chīronomia
noun
the art of moving the hands in gesturing

chironomon
chīronomōn
noun
one who moves his hands according to the rules of art

chironomos
chīronomos
noun
one who moves his hands according to the rules of art

chirurgia
chīrurgia
noun
surgery

chirurgicus
chīrurgicus
adjective
surgical

Chirurgumenon
Chīrurgūmenon
noun
Surgical Operations

chirurgus
chīrurgus
noun
a surgeon

Chius
Chius
adjective

Chius
Chīus
adjective
of Chios

Chius
Chius
noun
the Chians

Chius
Chīus
noun
an island in the Aegean Sea

chlamyda
chlamyda
noun

chlamyda
chlamyda
noun
a broad

chlamydatus
chlamydātus
adjective
dressed in a military cloak

chlamys
chlamys
noun
a broad

Chloe
Chloē
noun
Greek female name

chlora
chlora
noun
a medicament

chloreus
chlōreus
noun
a greenish bird

chlorion
chlōriōn
noun
a yellow bird

Chloris
Chlōris
noun
the goddess of flowers

chloritis
chlōrītis
noun
a precious stone of a grass-green color

Chlorus
Chlorus
noun
A river of Cilicia

Choaspes
Choaspēs
noun
A river in Susiana

Choaspis
Choaspis
noun
A river in Susiana

choaspites
choaspītes
noun
a precious stor found in the Choaspes

choaspitis
choaspītis
noun
a precious stor found in the Choaspes

Choatra
Choātra
noun
a people of Lake Maeotis

Choatras
Choātrās
noun
a mountain in Media

Choatres
Choātrēs
noun
a river of Parthia

choenica
choenica
noun
an Attic measure for grain

choenix
choenix
noun
an Attic measure for grain

choeras
choeras
noun
the scrofula

Choerilieum
Choerilīēum
cross-reference
a dactylic species of verse

Choerilium
Choerilīum
cross-reference
a dactylic species of verse

Choerilus
Choerilus
noun
a wretched Greek poet

choerogryllus
choerogryllus
noun
a kind of hare

choicus
choicus
adjective
of earth or clay

cholas
cholās
noun
a species of emerald

cholera
cholera
noun
the jaundice

cholericus
cholericus
adjective
bilious

choliambus
chōliambus
noun
iambic verse

choma
chōma
noun
a dam

chondrille
chondrillē
noun
chondrilla

chondrillon
chondrillon
noun
chondrilla

chondris
chondris
noun
a plant

chondrylle
chondryllē
noun
chondrilla

Chora
Chōra
noun
a district of Lower Egypt

choragium
chorāgium
noun
The place where the chorus was trained and practised

choragus
chorāgus
noun
he who had the care of the chorus and the supplies

choraula
choraula
cross-reference

choraule
choraulē
noun
a female flute-player

choraules
choraulēs
noun
a flute-player

choraulicus
choraulicus
adjective
of or belonging to the flute-players of the chorus

chorda
chorda
noun
An intestine

chordacista
chordacista
noun
a player on a stringed instrument

chordapsus
chordapsus
noun
a disease of the intestines

chordus
chordus
adjective
lateborn

Chordus
Chordus
noun
a Roman cognomen

chorea
chorēa
noun
a dance in a ring

choreius
chorēīus
noun
A foot

chorepiscopus
chōrepiscopus
noun
a deputy of a bishop for a village

choreus
chorēus
noun
A foot

choriambicus
choriambicus
cross-reference

choriambicus
choriambicus
adjective
choriambic

choriambus
choriambus
noun
a foot composed of a choreus and an iambus

choricus
choricus
adjective
pertaining to the chorus

chorius
chorīus
noun

chorobates
chōrobatēs
noun
an instrument for finding the level of water

chorocitharista
chorocitharista
noun
he who accompanied the chorus on the cithara

Chorographia
Chōrographia
noun
the description of countries

chorographus
chōrographus
noun
one who describes countries

chors
chors
adjective

chors
chors
noun
A place enclosed around

chortinus
chortinus
adjective
of or from grass

chorus
chorus
noun
A dance in a ring

Chremes
Chremēs
noun
the name of an old miser in the Andria

Chrestologus
Chrestologus
noun
a nickname of the emperor Pertinax

chreston
chreston
noun
a name by which the plant

Chrestus
Chrestus
noun
A Jew at Rome under the emperor Claudius

chria
chrīa
noun
a sentence proposed as a theme for rhetorical exercise

chrisma
chrisma
noun
an anointing

Christiane
Christiānē
adverb
in a Christian manner or spirit

Christianismus
Christiānismus
noun
Christianity

Christianitas
Christiānitās
noun
Christianity

Christianizo
Christiānīzō
verb
to profess Christianity

Christianus
Christiānus
adjective
Christian

Christicola
Christicola
noun
a worshipper of Christ

Christigena
Christigena
noun
of the lineage of Christ

Christipotens
Christipotens
adjective
strong in Christ

Christus
Christus
noun
Christ

chroma
chrōma
noun
a chromatic scale

chromatice
chrōmaticē
noun
the science of this species of harmony

chromaticus
chrōmaticus
adjective
the science of this species of harmony

Chromis
Chromis
noun
nom. propr. m

chromis
chromis
noun
a seafish

chronicum
chronicum
noun
pertaining to time

chronicus
chronicus
adjective
pertaining to time

chronius
chronius
adjective
chronic

chronographus
chronographus
noun
a chronographer

Chrysa
Chrȳsa
noun
A town on the coast of Troas sacred to Apollo

chrysallis
chrȳsallis
noun
the gold-colored chrysalis

chrysanthemum
chrȳsanthemum
noun
the gold-flower

chrysanthemumon
chrȳsanthemumon
noun
the gold-flower

chrysanthes
chrȳsanthes
noun

Chrysas
Chrȳsās
noun
a river of Sicily

Chryse
Chrȳsē
noun
A town on the coast of Troas sacred to Apollo

Chryse
Chrȳsē
adverb

Chryseis
Chrȳsēis
noun

Chryseis
Chrȳsēis
noun
his daughter Astynome

chryselectrum
chrȳsēlectrum
noun
Gold-colored amber

chryselectrus
chrȳsēlectrus
noun
a dark-yellow precious stone

chrysendetum
chrȳsendetum
noun
vessels inlaid with gold

chrysendetus
chrȳsendetus
adjective
set in gold

Chryses
Chrȳsēs
noun
a priest of Apollo

chryseum
chrȳseum
noun
golden vessels

chryseus
chrȳseus
adjective
golden

chrysippea
chrȳsippēa
noun
a plant named after him

Chrysippeus
Chrȳsippēus
adjective
of Chrysippus

Chrysippus
Chrȳsippus
noun
One of the most distinguished of the Stoic philosophers

Chrysis
Chrȳsis
noun
a comic person

chrysites
chrȳsītēs
noun
A precious stone

chrysitis
chrȳsītis
noun
gold-colored

chrysoaspidis
chrȳsoaspidis
noun
a kind of soldiers under Alexander Severus

chrysoberyllus
chrȳsobēryllus
noun
chrysoberyl

chrysocalis
chrȳsocalis
noun
a plant

chrysocanthos
chrȳsocanthos
noun
a kind of ivy which bears gold-colored berries

chrysocarpus
chrȳsocarpus
noun
a kind of ivy which bears gold-colored berries

chrysocephalos
chrȳsocephalos
noun
a golden basilisk

chrysococcus
chrȳsococcus
adjective
having golden grains

chrysocolla
chrȳsocolla
noun
Mountain - green

chrysocome
chrȳsocomē
noun

Chrysogonus
Chrȳsogonus
noun
a freedman of Sylla

chrysographatus
chrȳsographātus
adjective
inlaid with gold

chrysolachanum
chrȳsolachanum
noun
garden orach

chrysolampis
chrȳsolampis
noun
a precious stone

chrysolithos
chrȳsolithos
noun
chrysolite

chrysomelinus
chrȳsomēlinus
adjective

chrysomelum
chrȳsomēlum
noun
a kind of quince

chrysopastus
chrȳsopastus
noun
a species of our topaz

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

chrysopis
chrȳsōpis
noun
a precious variety of our topaz

chrysoprasius lapis
chrȳsoprasius lapis
noun
the chrysoprase

chrysoprasus
chrȳsoprasus
noun
the chrysoprase

chrysopteros
chrȳsopteros
noun
a kind of jasper

Chrysorrhoas
Chrȳsorrhoās
noun
the name of several rivers in Caelesyria

chrysos
chrȳsos
noun
gold

chrysothales
chrȳsothales
noun
a kind of aizoon or houseleek

Chthonius
Chthonius
noun
A Centaur

Chunnus
Chunnus
noun

Chunnus
Chunnus
noun
the Huns

Chunus
Chūnus
noun
the Huns

Chunus
Chūnus
noun

Chunus
Chūnus
adjective

chus
chūs
noun
a measure for liquids

chydaeus
chydaeus
adjective
common

chylisma
chȳlisma
noun
the extracted juice of a plant

chylus
chȳlus
noun
the extracted juice of a plant

chymus
chȳmus
noun
the fluid of the stomach

chytropus
chytropūs
noun
a pot or chafing-dish with feet for coals

Cia
Cia
cross-reference

Cia
Cīa
noun
Zia

Cianus
Ciānus
noun
the inhabitants of Cios

cibalis
cibālis
adjective
pertaining to food

cibarium
cibārium
noun
food

cibarium
cibārium
noun
the coarser meal which remains after the fine wheat flour

cibarius
cibārius
adjective
pertaining to or suitable for food

cibatio
cibātiō
noun
a feeding

cibatus
cibātus
noun
food

cibdelus
cibdēlus
adjective
spurious

cibicida
cibicīda
noun
breadwaster

cibo
cibō
verb
to give food to animals

ciboria
cibōria
noun
the Egyptian bean

ciborium
cibōrium
noun
a drinking-cup

cibus
cibus
noun
food

Cibyra
Cibyra
noun
A town in

Cibyrata
Cibyrāta
noun
of Cibyra

Cibyrata
Cibyrāta
noun
the inhabitants of Cibyra

Cibyraticus
Cibyrāticus
adjective
of or pertaining to Cibyra

cicada
cicāda
noun
the cicada

cicatricor
cicātrīcor
verb
to be scarred over

cicatricosus
cicātrīcōsus
adjective
full of scars

cicatricula
cicātrīcula
noun
a small scar

cicatrix
cicātrix
noun
a scar

ciccus
ciccus
noun
the thin membrane surrounding the grains of a pomegranate

cicer
cicer
noun
the chickpea

cicera
cicera
noun
pulse similar to the chickpea

cicercula
cicercula
noun
a kind of small chickpea

cicerculum
cicerculum
noun
an African species of the pigment

Cicero
Cicerō
noun
a Roman cognomen in the gens Tullia.

Ciceromastix
Ciceromastix
noun
a lampoon of Largius Licinius against Cicero

Ciceronianus
Cicerōniānus
adjective
Ciceronian

cichoreum
cichorēum
noun
chiccory

cichorion
cichorion
noun
chiccory

cichorium
cichorium
noun
chiccory

cici
cīcī
noun
an Egyptian tree

cicilendrum
cicilendrum
noun
feigned names for spice

cicimandrum
cicimandrum
noun
feigned names for spice

cicindela
cicindēla
noun
a glowworm

Cicinnia
Cicinnia
cross-reference

cicinus
cīcinus
adjective

Cicirrus
Cicirrus
noun
a nickname

ciconia
cicōnia
noun
a stork

ciconinus
cicōnīnus
adjective
of the stork

Ciconis
Ciconis
noun
a Thracian people near the Hebrus

cicuma
cicuma
adjective
of the stork

cicur
cicur
adjective
tame

Cicurinus
Cicurīnus
noun
a cognomen in the Veturian gens

Cicurius
Cicurius
noun
a cognomen in the Veturian gens

cicuro
cicurō
verb
to tame

Cicuta
Cicūta
noun
the name of a usurer

cicuta
cicūta
noun
the hemlock given to criminals as poison

cicuticen
cicūticen
noun
a player upon a reed-pipe

cidar
cidar
noun
an ornament for the head of Persian kings

cidaris
cidaris
noun
an ornament for the head of Persian kings

cieo
cieō
verb
to put in motion

cignus
cignus
noun
a measure

cilibantum
cilibantum
noun
a round cupboard

Cilicia
Cilicia
noun
a province in the southern part of Asia Minor

ciliciarius
ciliciārius
noun
a maker of hair coverings

Ciliciensis
Ciliciensis
adjective
Cilician

cilicinus
cilicīnus
adjective
made of hair-cloth

ciliciolum
ciliciolum
noun
a small garment or coverlet of goats

Cilicis
Cilicis
noun

Cilicis
Cilicis
noun
the Cilicians

Cilicium
Cilicium
noun

cilicium
cilicium
noun
a covering

Cilicius
Cilicius
noun

Cilicius
Cilicius
adjective
Cilician

cilio
cīliō
noun
a chisel

Cilissa
Cilissa
noun
Cilician

Cilissa
Cilissa
noun

cilium
cilium
noun
An eyelid

Cilix
Cilix
noun
Cilician

Cilix
Cilix
noun

Cilla
Cilla
noun
a town in Troas

cilliba
cilliba
noun
a round dining-table

cillo
cillō
verb
to move

cillo
cillō
noun

Cilnius
Cilnius
adjective
a designation of a very distinguished Etruscan gens

cilo
cilō
noun
having a prominent forehead pressed in upon the sides

Cilo
Cīlō
noun
a Roman cognomen

Cim
Cim
adjective

Cimber
Cimber
noun

Cimber
Cimber
noun
a Cimbrian

Cimbrice
Cimbricē
adverb
in the manner of the Cimbrians

Cimbricus
Cimbricus
adjective
Cimbrian

Cimbrus
Cimbrus
noun
a people of Northern Germany

cimeliarcha
cīmēliarcha
noun
a treasurer

cimeliarchium
cīmēliarchium
noun
a place where jewels are deposited

Cimetra
Cimetra
noun
a town of Samnium

Cimetra
Cimētra
noun
a town of Samnium

cimex
cīmex
noun
a bug

cimico
cīmicō
verb
to purify from bugs

Ciminia
Ciminia
noun
the region about Lake Ciminus

Ciminius
Ciminius
adjective
Ciminian

Ciminus
Ciminus
noun
a lake in Etruria

Cimmericus
Cimmericus
adjective
Cimmerian

Cimmerius
Cimmerius
adjective
Cimmerian

Cimmerius
Cimmerius
noun
A Thracian people in the present Crimea

Cimo
Cīmō
noun
Father of Miltiades

Cimolius
Cimōlius
adjective
of or from Cimolus

Cimolus
Cimōlus
noun
an island of the Cyclades

Cimon
Cīmōn
noun
Father of Miltiades

cinaedias
cinaediās
noun
a precious stone

cinaedicus
cinaedicus
adjective
pertaining to one who is unchaste

cinaedulus
cinaedulus
noun
a male wanton

cinaedus
cinaedus
adjective
wanton

cinaedus
cinaedus
noun
He who practises unnatural lust

Cinara
Cinara
noun
A Greek proper name

cinara
cinara
noun
a kind of artichoke

cinaris
cinaris
noun
an unknown plant

Cincia
Cincia
cross-reference

cincinnalis
cincinnālis
adjective
curled

cincinnatulus
cincinnātulus
adjective
with curled hair

Cincinnatus
Cincinnātus
noun
a cognomen of the renowned

cincinnatus
cincinnātus
adjective
with curled hair

cincinnus
cincinnus
noun
curled hair

Cinciolus
Cinciolus
noun
a pet name for Cincius

Cincius
Cincius
adjective
the name of a Roman

Cinctia
Cinctia
noun
an appellation of Juno

cincticulus
cincticulus
noun
a little girdle

cinctor
cinctor
noun

cinctorium
cinctōrium
noun
a swordbelt

cinctum
cinctum
noun
a girding

cinctura
cinctūra
noun
a cincture

cinctus
cinctus
noun
a girding

cinctus
cinctus
adjective

cinctutus
cinctūtus
adjective
girded

Cineas
Cīneās
noun
the friend of king Pyrrhus of Epirus

cinefactus
cinefactus
adjective

ciner
ciner
noun
ashes

cineraceus
cinerāceus
adjective
similar to ashes

cinerarium
cinerārium
noun

cinerarius
cinerārius
adjective
pertaining to ashes

Cinerarivm
Cinerarivm
adjective
pertaining to ashes

cineresco
cinerescō
verb
to turn

cinereum
cinereum
noun
a kind of salve

cinereus
cinereus
adjective
similar to ashes

cinericius
cinericius
adjective
similar to ashes

cinericiutius
cinericiutius
adjective
similar to ashes

cinerosus
cinerōsus
adjective
full of ashes

Cinga
Cinga
noun
a small river in

Cingetorix
Cingetorix
noun
A Gaul

Cingilia
Cingilia
noun
a town of the Vestini on the Adriatic Sea

cingillum
cingillum
noun
a small girdle

cingo
cingō
verb
to go round in a circle

cingula
cingula
noun

cingula
cingula
noun
The girdle encircling the hips

Cingulani
Cingulāni
noun
a small town in Picenum

Cingulanus
Cingūlānus
cross-reference

Cingula saxa
Cingula saxa
noun
a small town in Picenum

cingulum
cingulum
noun
The girdle encircling the hips

Cingulum
Cingulum
noun
a small town in Picenum

cingulus
cingulus
noun
The girdle encircling the hips

cinifis
cinifis
noun
a kind of stinging insect

ciniflo
cinīflō
noun
a hair-curler

ciniphis
ciniphis
noun
a kind of stinging insect

cinis
cinis
noun
ashes

cinisculus
cinisculus
noun
a little ashes

Cinithius
Cinithius
noun
a people of Africa

Cinium
Cinium
noun
a town of the island of Majorca

Cinna
Cinna
noun
a family name of the

cinnabari
cinnabarī
noun
A pigment obtained from the gum of the dragon

cinnabaris
cinnabaris
noun
A pigment obtained from the gum of the dragon

cinnameus
cinnameus
adjective
of or from cinnamon

cinnamolgos
cinnamolgos
noun
a bird in Arabia

cinnamominus
cinnamōminus
adjective
of or from cinnamon

cinnamomum
cinnamōmum
noun
cinnamon

cinnamon
cinnamon
noun
cinnamon

cinnamum
cinnamum
noun
cinnamon

cinnamus
cinnamus
noun
cinnamon

Cinnanus
Cinnānus
adjective
of Cinna

Cinnanus
Cinnānus
adjective

cinnus
cinnus
noun
a mixed drink of spelt-grain and wine

cinus
cinus
noun
ashes

Cinxia
Cinxia
noun
an appellation of Juno

cinyphis
cinyphis
noun
very small flies

Cinyphius
Cīnyphius
adjective
pertaining to the Cinyps

Cinyps
Cīnyps
noun
a river flowing through a very fruitful region in Libya

Cinyra
Cinyra
noun
A king in Assyria

cinyra
cinyra
noun
the lyre

Cinyraeus
Cinyraeus
adjective
of Cinyras

Cinyras
Cinyrās
noun
A king in Assyria

Cinyreius
Cinyrēius
adjective
Cinyrean

Cinyreus
Cinyrēus
adjective
A leader of the Ligurians

cio
cio
verb
to put in motion

cio
ciō
verb

Cios
Cios
noun
A river in Bithynia

Cippus
Cippus
noun
a fabled Roman praetor

cippus
cippus
noun
a bulwark formed of sharpened stakes

cippus
cippus
noun
a pale

Cipus
Cīpus
noun
a fabled Roman praetor

cipus
cīpus
noun
a pale

Circa
Circa
noun

circa
circā
adverb
Around

circaea
circaea
noun
a plant used as a charm

circaeon
circaeon
noun
the plant also called

circaeum
circaeum
noun
the plant also called

Circaeus
Circaeus
adjective
pertaining to Circe

Circaeus
Circaeus
adjective
pertaining to Circe

circamoerium
circāmoerium
noun
the space about a wall

circanea
circānea
noun
a bird so named from its circular flight

Circe
Circē
noun
the daughter of the Sun and of Perse

Circeienses
Circēienses
noun
the inhabitants of Circeii

Circeiensis
Circēiensis
adjective
of Circeii

Circeius
Circēius
noun
the town of Circeii

circellus
circellus
noun
a small ring

circen
circen
noun
a circle

Circensis
Circensis
adjective
pertaining to the Circus

Circensis
Circensis
adjective

Circensis
Circensis
noun
any race-course

circes
circes
noun
a circle

circinatio
circinātiō
noun
the circumference of a circle

circino
circinō
verb
to make round

circinus
circinus
noun
m.

circiter
circiter
adverb
round about

circito
circitō
verb
v freq. a

circitor
circitor
noun
A watchman

circitorius
circitōrius
adjective
pertaining to patrols

circius
circius
noun
a violent wind blowing in

circlus
circlus
cross-reference

circlus
circlus
noun
a circular figure

circo
circō
verb
To go about

circos
circos
noun
a precious stone

circueo
circueō
verb

circueo
circueō
verb
to go around

circuitio
circuitiō
noun
A going round

circuitor
circuitor
noun
A watchman

circuitus
circuitus
adjective

circuitus
circuitus
noun
A going round

circularis
circulāris
adjective
circular

circulatim
circulātim
adverb
circularly

circulatio
circulātiō
noun
a circular course

circulator
circulātor
noun
A pedler

circulatorius
circulātōrius
adjective
of a mountebank

circulatrix
circulātrix
noun
a female mountebank or stroller

circulo
circulō
verb
to make circu lar or round

circulor
circulor
verb
To form a circle

circulus
circulus
noun
a circular figure

circum
circum
adverb
around

circumactio
circumactiō
noun
a turning around

circumactus
circumactus
noun
a moving or turning round

circumactus
circumactus
adjective

circumactus
circumactus
adjective
bent around

circumaggero
circumaggerō
verb
to heap up around

circumago
circumagō
verb
To drive or turn in a circle

circumambulo
circumambulō
verb
to walk around

circumamictus
circumamictus
adjective
enveloped

circumaro
circumarō
verb
to plough around

circum caesura
circum caesūra
noun
the external contour or outline

circumcaesura
circumcaesūra
noun
the external contour or outline

circumcalco
circumcalcō
verb
to tread or trample upon all around

Circumcellio
Circumcelliō
noun
A class of monks

circumcidaneus
circumcīdāneus
adjective
of or from cutting or paring around

circumcido
circumcīdō
verb
to cut around

circumcingo
circumcingō
verb
to enclose around

circumcirca
circumcircā
adverb
all around

circumcirco
circumcircō
verb
to go round

circumcise
circumcīsē
adverb
briefly

circumcisicius
circumcīsicius
cross-reference

circumcisiciutius
circumcīsiciutius
cross-reference

circumcisio
circumcīsiō
noun
a cutting around

circumcisorium
circumcīsōrium
noun
an instrument for cutting around

circumcisura
circumcīsūra
noun
a cutting around

circumcisus
circumcīsus
adjective

circumcisus
circumcīsus
adjective
cut off around

circumclamo
circumclāmō
verb
to roar around

circumclaudo
circumclaudō
verb
to shut in

circumcludo
circumclūdō
verb
to shut in

circumcola
circumcola
noun
dwelling around

circumcolo
circumcolō
verb
to dwell round about or near

circumcordialis
circumcordiālis
adjective
around the heart

circumculco
circumculcō
verb

circumculco
circumculcō
verb
to tread or trample upon all around

circumcumulo
circumcumulō
verb
to heap or pile up around

circumcurro
circumcurrō
verb
to run round or about

circumcursio
circumcursiō
noun
a running around

circumcurso
circumcursō
verb
to run round about

circumdatio
circumdatiō
noun
the putting around

circumdatus
circumdatus
noun
those around

circumdo
circumdo
verb
to put

circumdoleo
circumdoleō
verb
to suffer

circumdolo
circumdolō
verb
to hew off around

circumduco
circumdūcō
verb
to lead or draw around

circumductio
circumductiō
noun
A leading or conducting around

circumductor
circumductor
noun
one who leads about

circumductum
circumductum
noun

circumductus
circumductus
noun
The circumference of a figure

circumductus
circumductus
adjective

circumeo
circumeō
verb
to go around

circumequito
circumequitō
verb
to ride round

circumerro
circumerrō
verb
to wander round

circumfarcio
circumfarciō
verb
to fill up all around

circumferentia
circumferentia
noun
a circumference

circumfero
circumferō
verb
v. a. to bear round

circumfigo
circumfīgō
verb
to fix or fasten round

circumfingo
circumfingō
verb
to form around

circumfinio
circumfīniō
verb
to complete a circle

circumfirmo
circumfīrmō
verb
to fasten round

circumflagro
circumflagrō
verb
to blaze or scorch all around

circumflecto
circumflectō
verb
to bend or turn about

circumflexe
circumflexē
adverb
with a circumflex

circumflexibilis
circumflexibilis
adjective
provided with a circumflex accent

circumflexio
circumflexiō
noun
a bending or winding round

circumflexus
circumflexus
adjective

circumflexus
circumflexus
noun
a bending round

circumflo
circumflō
verb
to blow round about

circumfluo
circumfluō
verb
to flow round

circumfluus
circumfluus
adjective
flowing around

circumfodio
circumfodio
verb
to dig around something

circumforaneus
circumforāneus
adjective
Of or around the forum or market-place

circumforatus
circumforātus
adjective
bored or pierced round

circumfossor
circumfossor
noun
one who digs around something

circumfossura
circumfossūra
noun
a digging round

circumfractus
circumfractus
adjective
broken off around

circumfremo
circumfremō
verb
to make a noise around something

circumfrico
circumfricō
verb
to rub around

circumfulcio
circumfulciō
verb
to support

circumfulgeo
circumfulgeō
verb
to shine around

circumfundo
circumfundō
verb
to pour out around

circumfusio
circumfūsiō
noun
a pouring around

circumfusus
circumfūsus
adjective

circumgarriens
circumgarriens
adjective
blabbing or babbling about

circumgelo
circumgelō
verb
to freeze all around

circumgemo
circumgemō
verb
to roar around something

circumgesto
circumgestō
verb
to bear or carry around

circumglobatus
circumglobātus
adjective
rolled together

circumgredior
circumgredior
verb
v dep

circumgressus
circumgressus
adjective

circumgressus
circumgressus
noun
a going about

circumhabitator
circumhabitātor
cross-reference

circumhisco
circumhiscō
verb
v. n

circumhumatus
circumhumātus
adjective
Part

circumicio
circumiciō
verb
To cast

circuminicio
circumīniciō
verb
to throw up all around

circuminvolvo
circuminvolvō
verb
to involve all around

circumitio
circumitiō
noun
A going round

circumitio
circumitiō
noun

circumitus
circumitus
noun
A going round

circumitus
circumitus
noun

circumjacens
circumjacens
noun
the context

circumjaceo
circumjaceō
verb
to lie round about

circumjacio
circumjaciō
cross-reference

circumjacio
circumjaciō
verb
To cast

circumjectio
circumjectiō
noun
A throwing around

circumjectum
circumjectum
noun
the neighborhood

circumjectus
circumjectus
noun
a casting around

circumjectus
circumjectus
adjective

circumjectus
circumjectus
adjective
lying around

circumjicio
circumjiciō
verb
To cast

circum labens
circum lābens
cross-reference
P a

circumlabens
circumlābens
cross-reference
P a

circumlambo
circumlambō
verb
to lick around

circumlaqueo
circumlaqueō
verb
to wind around

circumlaticius
circumlāticius
adjective
that may be carried around

circumlatio
circumlātiō
noun
a carrying around

circumlatitius
circumlātitius
adjective
that may be carried around

circumlator
circumlātor
noun
one who carries about

circumlatro
circumlatrō
verb
to bark around

circumlatro
circumlātrō
verb
to bark around

circumlatus
circumlātus
adjective

circumlavo
circumlavō
cross-reference
v a

circumlevo
circumlevō
verb
v a

circumligo
circumligō
verb
to bind something to something

circumlinio
circumliniō
verb
to smear

circumlino
circumlinō
verb
to smear

circumlitio
circumlitiō
noun
A smearing or spreading over

circumlocutio
circumlocūtiō
noun
circumlocution

circumloquor
circumloquor
verb
to make use of circumlocution or periphrasis

circumlucens
circumlūcens
adjective
shining or glittering around

circumluo
circumluō
verb
to flow around or wash upon

circumlustro
circumlustrō
verb
to light all around

circumluvio
circumluviō
noun
the accumulation of land by alluvion around a piece of land

circumluvium
circumluvium
noun
the accumulation of land by alluvion around a piece of land

circummeo
circummeō
verb
to go around

circummetior
circummētior
verb
to be measured around

circummingo
circummingō
verb
to make water around something

circummitto
circummittō
verb
to send around

circummoenio
circummoeniō
cross-reference

circummoenio
circummoeniō
verb
to wall up around

circummulcens
circummulcens
adjective
licking gently around

circummunio
circummūniō
verb
to wall up around

circummunitio
circummūnītiō
noun

circummuranus
circummūrānus
adjective
around

circumnascens
circumnascens
adjective
growing up around

circumnavigo
circumnāvigō
verb
to sail around

circumnecto
circumnecto
verb
to wrap or bind around

circumnoto
circumnotō
verb
to paint or portray around

circumobruo
circumobruō
verb
to cover around with

circumornatus
circumornātus
adjective
ornamented round about

circumpadanus
circumpadānus
adjective
found or situate around the Po

circumpavitus
circumpavītus
adjective
beaten or trodden close around

circumpendeo
circumpendeō
verb
to hang around

circumpes
circumpēs
adjective
A kind of parasites

circumplaudo
circumplaudō
verb
to applaud or greet on all sides by clapping the hands

circumplecto
circumplectō
verb
to embrace

circumplector
circumplector
verb
to clasp around

circumplexus
circumplexus
noun
an encompassing

circumplexus
circumplexus
adjective

circumplico
circumplicō
verb
To wind

circumplumbo
circumplumbō
verb
to pour in lead around

circumpono
circumpōnō
verb
to set

circumpositio
circumpositiō
noun
a setting or placing around

circumpotatio
circumpōtātiō
noun
a drinking around in a funeral meal

circumpulso
circumpulsō
verb
to strike or beat around

circumpungo
circumpungō
verb
to prick or puncture around

circumpurgo
circumpurgō
verb
to cleanse or purify around

circumputo
circumputō
verb
to measure all round

circumquaque
circumquāquē
adverb
on every side

circumrado
circumrādō
verb
to scrape

circumrasio
circumrāsiō
noun
a scraping or paring around

circumretio
circumrētiō
verb
to enclose with a net

circumrodo
circumrōdō
verb
to gnaw or nibble all round

circumrorans
circumrōrans
adjective
sprinkling all round

circumroto
circumrotō
verb
to turn round in a circle

circumsaepio
circumsaepiō
verb
to hedge or fence round with something

circumsaltans
circumsaltans
adjective
dancing around

circumscalptus
circumscalptus
adjective
scraped around

circumscariphatus
circumscariphātus
adverb
scarified around

circumscariphicatus
circumscariphicātus
adverb
scarified around

circumscindo
circumscindō
verb
to rend

circumscribo
circumscrībō
verb
to draw a line around

circumscripte
circumscriptē
adjective
summarily

circumscripte
circumscriptē
adverb
in periods

circumscriptio
circumscriptiō
noun
an encircling

circumscriptor
circumscriptor
noun
A defrauder

circumscriptorie
circumscriptōriē
adverb
by fraud

circumscriptus
circumscriptus
adjective
rounded into periods

circumscriptus
circumscriptus
adjective

circumseco
circumsecō
verb
to cut or pare around

circumsecus
circumsecus
adverb
round

circumsedeo
circumsedeō
verb
to sit around a person or thing

circumseparo
circumsēparō
verb
to separate around

circumsepio
circumsēpiō
cross-reference

circumsero
circumserō
verb
to sow

circumsessio
circumsessiō
noun
a hoslile encompassing

circumsessus
circumsessus
adjective

circumsideo
circumsideō
verb

circumsideo
circumsideō
verb
to sit around a person or thing

circumsido
circumsīdō
verb
to set or place one's self around

circumsigno
circumsignō
verb
to mark around

circumsilio
circumsiliō
verb
to spring

circumsisto
circumsistō
verb
to place one's self or take one's stand around a person or thing

circumsitus
circumsitus
adjective
lying or situate around

circumsocius
circumsocius
adjective
neighborly

circumsono
circumsonō
verb
to sound

circumsonus
circumsonus
adjective
sounding all around

circumspargo
circumspargō
verb
To sprinkle

circumspectatrix
circumspectātrix
noun
she who looks or spies around

circumspecte
circumspectē
adverb
with consideration

circumspectio
circumspectiō
noun
a looking on all sides

circumspecto
circumspectō
verb
to look about with attention

circumspector
circumspector
noun
a watcher

circumspectus
circumspectus
noun
a looking around eagerly

circumspectus
circumspectus
adjective

circumspectus
circumspectus
adjective

circumspergo
circumspergō
verb
To sprinkle

circumspicientia
circumspicientia
noun
consideration

circumspicio
circumspiciō
verb
to look about one's self

circumstagno
circumstagnō
verb
to be poured forth all around

circumstans
circumstans
noun
the by-standers

circumstans
circumstans
noun
details

circumstantia
circumstantia
noun
A standing round

circumstatio
circumstatiō
noun
a standing around

circum stipo
circum stīpō
verb
to surround

circumstipo
circumstīpō
verb
to surround

circumsto
circumstō
verb
to stand around in a circle

circumstrepo
circumstrepo
verb
To make a noise around

circumstridens
circumstrīdens
adjective
shrieking or gibbering around

circumstringo
circumstringō
verb
To bind about

circumstruo
circumstruō
verb
to build round about

circumstupeo
circumstupeō
verb
to look around with amazement

circumsudans
circumsūdans
adjective
sweating on all sides

circumsurgens
circumsurgens
adjective
rising all around

circumsutus
circumsūtus
adjective
sewed together all around

circumtego
circumtegō
verb
to cover round about

circumteneo
circumteneō
verb
to keep around

circumtentus
circumtentus
adjective
bound or covered with something that is stretched or drawn around

circumtergeo
circumtergeō
verb
to wipe around

circumtermino
circumterminō
verb
to bound or limit round about

circumtero
circumterō
verb
to rub around

circumtextum
circumtextum
noun
a garment inwoven with purple

circumtextus
circumtextus
adjective
woven all around

circumtinnio
circumtinniō
verb
to ring or tinkle around

circumtollo
circumtollō
verb
to remove on every side

circumtondeo
circumtondeō
cross-reference

circumtono
circumtonō
verb
to thunder around

circumtonsus
circumtonsus
adjective
shorn all around

circumtorqueo
circumtorqueō
verb
to twist or turn around

circumtraho
circumtrahō
verb
to draw or drag around

circumtremo
circumtremō
cross-reference

circum tremo
circum tremō
cross-reference

circumtueor
circumtueor
verb
to look around

circumtumulatus
circumtumulātus
adjective
piled up around

circumundique
circumundique
adverb
around

circumundique
circumundiquē
adverb

circumustus
circumustus
adjective
burnt around

circumvado
circumvādō
verb
v.a

circumvagor
circumvagor
verb
to wander about

circumvagus
circumvagus
adjective
wandering about

circumvallo
circumvallō
verb
to surround with a wall

circumvectio
circumvectiō
noun
A carrying around

circumvectitor
circumvectitor
verb
dep. a

circumvecto
circumvectō
verb
to carry around

circumvectus
circumvectus
adjective

circumvehor
circumvehor
verb
to ride around

circumvelo
circumvēlō
verb
to cover around

circumvenio
circumveniō
verb
to come around something

circumventio
circumventiō
noun
a circumventing

circumventor
circumventor
noun
a deceiver

circumventorius
circumventōrius
adjective
deceitful

circumventus
circumventus
adjective

circumverro
circumverrō
cross-reference

circumversio
circumversiō
noun
a turning round

circum verso
circum versō
verb
to turn around

circumverso
circumversō
verb
to turn around

circumversus
circumversus
adjective
brushed or swept around

circum verto
circum vertō
verb
to turn around

circumverto
circumvertō
verb
to turn around

circumvestio
circumvestiō
verb
To clothe or cover over

circumvincio
circumvinciō
verb
to bind around

circumviso
circumvīsō
verb
to look around at

circumvolitabilis
circumvolitābilis
adjective
flying round

circum volito
circum volitō
verb
to fly around something

circumvolito
circumvolitō
verb
to fly around something

circumvolo
circumvolō
verb
to fly around

circumvoluto
circumvolūtō
verb
to roll around

circumvolvo
circumvolvō
verb
to roll one's self around

circus
circus
noun
A circular line

circusep
circusēp
verb
to hedge or fence round with something

ciris
cīris
noun
a bird

Cirra
Cirra
noun
a very ancient town in Phocis

Cirraeus
Cirraeus
adjective
of or pertaining to Cirrha

cirrati
cirrātī
adverb
fringed

cirratus
cirrātus
adjective
Curled

Cirrha
Cirrha
noun
a very ancient town in Phocis

Cirrhaeus
Cirrhaeus
adjective
of or pertaining to Cirrha

cirritus
cirrītus
adjective
having filaments

cirrus
cirrus
noun
lock

cirsion
cirsion
noun
a kind of thistle

Cirta
Cirta
noun
an important town in Numidia

Cirtensis
Cirtensis
noun
its inhabitants

cirvorso
cirvorsō
verb
to turn around

cirvorto
cirvortō
verb
to turn around

cis
cis
preposition
on this side

Cisalpinus
Cisalpīnus
adjective
lying on this side of the Alps

cisiarius
cisiārius
noun
The driver of a cabriolet

cisium
cisium
noun
a light two-wheeled vehicle

cismontanus
cismontānus
adjective
situate on this side of the mountain

cisorium
cīsōrium
noun
a cutting instrument

cispellam
cispellam
cross-reference

Cispius
Cispius
cross-reference
one of the peaks of the

Cispius
Cispius
adjective
a Roman gentile name

Cisrhenanus
Cisrhēnānus
adjective
situate on this side of the Rhine

cissanthemos
cissanthemos
noun
a plant similar to ivy

cissaron
cissaron
noun
the plant also called

cissaros
cissaros
noun
the plant also called

Cisseis
Cissēis
noun
A king of Thrace

Cisseis
Cissēis
noun

Cisseus
Cisseus
noun
A king of Thrace

cission
cission
noun
small ivy

Cissis
Cissis
noun
a town in

cissitis
cissītis
noun
a precious stone of the color of ivy-leaves

cissos
cissos
noun
Ivy

cissybium
cissybium
noun
an ivylike plant

cista
cista
noun
a wooden box or basket

cistella
cistella
noun
a small chest or box

Cistellaria
Cistellāria
noun
the title of a comedy of Plautus

cistellatrix
cistellātrix
noun
she who has charge of the money-box

cistellula
cistellula
noun
a little box or chest

cisterna
cisterna
noun
a subterranean reservoir for water

cisterninus
cisternīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to cisterns

Cisthena
Cisthēna
noun
a town of Aeolis

cisthos
cisthos
noun
a shrubby plant with red blossoms

Cistiberis
Cistiberis
adjective
on this side of the Tiber

cistifer
cistifer
noun
the bearer of a box or chest

cistophoros
cistophoros
noun
The bearer of the sacred box

cistophorus
cistophorus
noun
The bearer of the sacred box

cistula
cistula
noun
a little box

Citarini
Cītārinī
adverb

Citarinus
Cītārīnus
noun
the inhabitants of a city of Sicily

citate
citātē
adverb
quickly

citatim
citātim
adverb
quickly

citatio
citātiō
noun
the calling

citatorium
citātōrium
noun
a summoning before a tribunal

citatus
citātus
adjective
driven

citatus
citātus
adjective

cite
citē
adverb
quickly

citer
citer
adjective
On this side

citeria
citeria
noun
an effigy or caricature carried in procession at the games

citerior
citerior
adjective

citerius
citerius
adverb

citerius
citerius
cross-reference
less

Cithaeron
Cithaeron
noun
a mountain of Baeotia

cithara
cithara
noun
the cithara

citharicen
citharicen
noun
the player on the cithara

citharista
citharista
noun
a player on the cithara

citharistria
citharistria
noun
she who plays on the cithara

citharizo
citharīzō
verb
v n

citharoeda
citharoeda
noun

citharoedicus
citharoedicus
adjective
of or pertaining to the citharaedi

citharoedus
citharoedus
noun
one who plays on the cithara

citharus
citharus
noun
a fish of the sole kind

Citheron
Citheron
noun
a mountain of Baeotia

Citiensis
Citiensis
noun
A town in Macedonia

Citiensis
Citiensis
cross-reference

Citieus
Citiēus
cross-reference

Citieus
Citiēus
noun
a Citian

citime
citimē
adjective

citime
citimē
adverb
least

citimus
citimus
adjective

citipes
citipēs
adjective
swiftfooted

citiremis
citirēmis
adjective
rowed swiftly

Citium
Citium
noun
A seaport town in Cyprus

Citius
Citius
noun
a mountain in Macedonia

cito
citō
adverb
Quickly

cito
citō
verb
To

citocacium
citocacium
noun
the plant

citra
citrā
cross-reference

citra
cītrā
adverb
on this side

citra
cītrā
cross-reference

citra
citrā
adverb
on this side

citrago
cītrāgō
noun
the citrus-plant

citrago
citrāgō
noun
the citrus-plant

citrarius
cītrārius
noun
a dealer in lemons

citrarius
citrārius
noun
a dealer in lemons

citratus
cītrātus
adjective
of this side

citratus
cītrātus
adjective
steeped in citrus-oil

citratus
citrātus
adjective
steeped in citrus-oil

citratus
citrātus
adjective
of this side

citrea
citrea
noun
Pertaining to the citron-tree

citrea
cītrea
noun
Pertaining to the citron-tree

citreago
citreāgō
noun
the citrus-plant

citretum
citrētum
noun
an orchard of citrus-trees

citretum
cītrētum
noun
an orchard of citrus-trees

citreum
cītreum
noun
the citron

citreum
citreum
noun
the citron

citreus
citreus
adjective
Of or pertaining to the citrus-tree

citreus
cītreus
adjective
Of or pertaining to the citrus-tree

citrium
citrium
noun
a kind of gourd

citro
citrō
cross-reference

citro
cītrō
cross-reference

citro
cītrō
adverb
hither and thither

citro
citrō
adverb
hither and thither

citrosus
citrōsus
adjective
smelling of citrus

citrosus
cītrōsus
adjective
smelling of citrus

citrum
citrum
noun
the wood of the citrus

citrum
cītrum
noun
the wood of the citrus

citrus
citrus
noun
The citrus

citrus
cītrus
noun
The citrus

Cittiensis
Cittiensis
cross-reference

Cittiensis
Cittiensis
cross-reference

Cittium
Cittium
noun
A seaport town in Cyprus

Cittium
Cittium
cross-reference

citus
citus
adjective

citus
citus
adjective
put in motion

Cius
Cīus
adjective
of Cea

cives
cīvēs
noun
a citizen

civica
cīvica
noun
Of or pertaining to a town or city

civicus
cīvicus
adjective
Of or pertaining to citizens

civile
cīvīle
noun
courtesy

civilis
cīvīlis
adjective
Of or pertaining to citizens

Civilis
Cīvīlis
noun
a proper name

civilitas
cīvīlitās
noun
The art of government

civiliter
cīvīliter
adverb
Citizen-like

civis
cīvis
noun
a citizen

civitas
cīvitās
noun
the condition or privileges of a (Roman) citizen

civitatula
cīvitātula
noun
Citizenship in a small city

Civium
Civium
noun
a town of the island of Majorca

clabula
clābula
noun
a scion

clabulare
clābulāre
noun
a large

clabularis
clābulāris
adjective
of or belonging to the transport wagons

clabularius
clābulārius
adjective
of or belonging to the transport wagons

clacendix
clacendix
cross-reference
a kind of shell-fish

clades
clādēs
noun
a breaking

Claeon
Claeōn
noun
a fountain in Phrygia

clagalopes
clagalōpēs
noun
a species of eagle

clam
clam
adverb
secretly

clamator
clāmātor
noun
a bawler

clamatorius
clāmātōrius
adjective
screeching

clamatus
clāmātus
noun
a crying aloud

clamitatio
clāmitātiō
noun
a violent crying

clamito
clāmitō
verb
to cry out violently or aloud

clamo
clāmō
verb
to call

clamor
clāmor
noun
A loud call

clamos
clāmos
noun
A loud call

clamose
clāmōsē
adverb
clamorously

clamosus
clāmōsus
adjective
full of clamor or noise

Clampetia
Clampetia
noun
a town of the Bruttii

Clampetia
Clampetia
noun
Amantea

clancularius
clanculārius
adjective
secret

clanculo
clanculō
adverb
secretly

clanculum
clanculum
adverb
prep. dim

clandestino
clandestīnō
adverb
secretly

clandestinus
clandestīnus
adjective
secret

clango
clangō
verb
to clang

clangor
clangor
noun
a sound

Clanis
Clanis
noun
A companion of Phineus

Clanius
Clanius
noun
a river in Campania

clare
clārē
adverb
brightly

clareo
clāreō
verb
to be clear or bright

claresco
clārescō
verb
to become or grow bright or clear

claricito
clāricitō
verb

claricito
clāricitō
verb
to recall

clarico
clāricō
verb
to glow

clarificatio
clārificātiō
noun
a glorification

clarifico
clārificō
verb
to make illustrious or famous

clarigatio
clārigātiō
noun
a solemn demand for redress

clarigito
clārigitō
verb
to recall

clarigo
clārigō
cross-reference
v.n

clarisonus
clārisonus
adjective
clearsounding

clarissimatus
clārissimātus
noun
the dignity of a

claritas
clāritās
noun
clearness

Claritas julia
Clāritas jūlia
noun
the name given to the town Attuli

claritudo
clāritūdō
noun
clearness

claritus
clāritus
adverb

Clarius
Clarius
noun
Apollo

Clarius
Clārius
adjective

Clarius
Clarius
adjective
of or pertaining to Claros

clarividus
clārividus
adjective
seeing clearly

claro
clārō
verb
to make bright or clear

claror
clāror
noun
clearness

Claros
Claros
noun
a small town in Ionia

clarus
clārus
adjective
clear

classculte
classcultē
adverb
in concealment

classervile
classervīle
adverb

classiarius
classiārius
noun
marines

classiarius
classiārius
noun
pertaining to the navy

classicula
classicula
noun
a little fleet

classicum
classicum
noun

classicum
classicum
noun
a field or battle-signal upon the trumpet

classicus
classicus
adjective
of or belonging to a classis

classicus
classicus
noun
he that summons the classes of citizens to the Comitia

classicus
classicus
noun
marines

classis
classis
noun
A class

classo
classo
adverb
on a sudden

classtive
classtīve
adverb

classto
classtō
adverb
palpably

Clastidium
Clastidium
noun
A fortress in

Claterna
Claterna
noun
a fortress in

clathro
clāthrō
verb
to furnish with a grate or lattice

clathrus
clāthrus
noun
a lattice

clatro
clātrō
verb
to furnish with a grate or lattice

clatrum
clātrum
noun
a lattice

clatrus
clātrus
noun
a lattice

claudaster
claudaster
noun
a little lame

claudeo
claudeō
verb
to limp or halt

Claudia
Claudia
cross-reference
the name of two very celebrated Roman

Claudia
Claudia
cross-reference
a female of the gens Claudia.

Claudia
Claudia
noun
A Roman female name

Claudialis
Claudiālis
adjective
pertaining to the emperor Claudius

Claudianus
Claudiānus
adjective

Claudianus
Claudiānus
noun
a Roman poet of Alexandria

Claudianus
Claudiānus
adjective
of or pertaining to a Claudius

claudicatio
claudicātiō
noun
a limping

claudico
claudicō
verb
to limp

claudigo
claudīgō
noun
a lameness

Claudiopolis
Claudiopolis
noun
A town in Southern Cappadocia

Claudiopolitanus
Claudiopolītānus
noun
the inhabitants of Claudiopolis in Bithynia

clauditas
clauditās
noun
a lameness

Claudius
Claudius
cross-reference
the name of two very celebrated Roman

Claudius
Claudius
adjective
Claudian

claudo
claudō
cross-reference

claudo
claudō
verb

claudo
claudo
verb
to limp or halt

claudus
claudus
adjective
limping

Clausala
Clausala
noun
a river of Illyria

claustralis
claustrālis
adjective
of or pertaining to a fortress

claustrarius
claustrārius
adjective
pertaining to locks

claustritumus
claustritumus
noun
a warden of locks

claustrum
claustrum
noun
that by which any thing is shut up or closed

Clausula
Clausula
noun

clausula
clausula
noun
A close

clausum
clausum
noun
an enclosed place

clausura
clausūra
noun
A lock

clausus
clausus
adjective

Clausus
Clausus
noun
a Sabine proper name

clava
clāva
noun
A knotty branch or stick

clavarium
clāvārium
noun
money given to soldiers for the purchase of shoe-nails

clavator
clāvātor
noun
one who carries clubs or foils

clavatus
clāvātus
adjective

claves
clāvēs
noun
a key

clavicarius
clāvicārius
noun
a locksmith

clavicula
clāvicula
noun
A small key

clavicularius
clāviculārius
noun
a key-keeper

claviger
clāviger
noun
the key-bearer

claviger
clāviger
adjective
clubbearing

clavis
clāvis
noun
a key

clavo
clāvō
verb
To furnish or fasten with nails

clavola
clāvola
noun
a scion

clavula
clāvula
noun
a scion

clavularis
clāvulāris
adjective
of or belonging to the transport wagons

clavularis
clāvulāris
cross-reference

clavulus
clāvulus
noun
A small nail

clavus
clāvus
noun
A nail

claxendix
claxendix
cross-reference

claxendix
claxendix
cross-reference
a kind of shell-fish

Clazomena
Clāzomena
noun
a town on the coast of Ionia

Clazomenius
Clāzomenius
adjective
of Clazomenae

Clazomenius
Clāzomenius
noun
the inhabitants of Clazomenae

Cleander
Cleander
noun
a favorite of the emperor Commodus

Cleanthes
Cleanthēs
noun
a Stoic philosopher of Assos

Cleantheus
Cleanthēus
adjective
of or pertaining to Cleanthes

Clearchus
Clearchus
noun
A Spartan captain

clema
clēma
noun
a plant

clematis
clēmatis
noun
the name of various climbing plants

clematitis
clēmatītis
noun
a creeping plant

clemens
clēmens
adjective
mild

Clemens
Clēmens
adjective
a proper name

clementer
clēmenter
adverb

clementia
clēmentia
noun
A calm

Cleobis
Cleobis
noun
son of the priesless Cydippe

Cleobulus
Cleobūlus
noun
of Lindus

Cleombrotus
Cleombrotus
noun
A Lacedaemonian general

Cleon
Cleōn
noun
a Grecian proper name

Cleona
Cleōna
noun
A small town in Argolis

Cleona
Cleōna
noun
A small town in Argolis

Cleonaeus
Cleōnaeus
adjective
of or pertaining to Cleonae

cleonia
cleōnia
noun
the plant

cleonicion
cleōnīcion
noun
a plant

Cleopatra
Cleopātra
noun
Queen of Egypt

Cleopatranus
Cleopātrānus
adjective
of or pertaining to Cleopatra

Cleophantus
Cleophantus
noun
A physician in Rome

Cleophon
Cleophon
noun
a demagogue of Athens

clepo
clepō
verb
to steal

clepsydra
clepsydra
noun
an instrument for measuring time by water

clepsydrarius
clepsydrārius
noun

clepta
clepta
noun
a maker of water-clocks

clericalis
clēricālis
adjective
clerical

clericatus
clēricātus
noun
the clerical office

clericus
clēricus
noun
a clergyman

Clerumenoon
Clērūmenoon
noun
the name of a comedy of Diphilus

clerus
clērus
noun
the clerical order

clibanarius
clībanārius
noun
a soldier clad in mail

clibanicius
clībanicius
cross-reference
bread baked in a

clibanus
clībanus
noun
an earthen or iron vessel for baking bread

clidion
clīdion
noun
the collar-bone of the tunny

clidium
clīdium
noun
the collar-bone of the tunny

Cliduchus
Clīdūchus
noun
the name of two statues by Phidias and by Euphranor

cliens
cliens
adjective
a client

clienta
clienta
noun
a female client

clientela
clientēla
noun
the relation of patron and client

clientulus
clientulus
noun
a small or insignificant client

clima
clima
noun
A clime

climacis
clīmacis
noun
A land measure of

climacter
clīmacter
noun
a critical epoch in human life

climactericus
clīmactēricus
adjective

climatias
climatiās
noun
of or pertaining to a dangerous epoch in life

climax
clīmax
noun
a rhetorical figure

Climax Megale
Clīmax Megalē
expression
a narrow pass between Media and Asia Minor

clinamen
clīnāmen
noun
the inclination or turning aside

clinatus
clīnātus
adjective
inclined

clingere
clingere
cross-reference

Clinia
Clīnia
noun
the name of a young man in the Heautontimorumenos of Terence

Cliniades
Clīniadēs
noun
The father of Alcibiades

Clinias
Clīniās
noun
The father of Alcibiades

clinice
clīnicē
noun
the science of clinical medicine

clinicus
clīnicus
noun
A physician who attends patients sick in bed

clino
clīnō
cross-reference

clinopale
clīnopalē
noun

clinopodion
clīnopodion
noun
a wrestling in bed

clinopus
clīnopūs
noun
a plant

Clio
Clīō
noun
The Muse of history

clipeatus
clipeātus
noun
one who is armed with a shield

clipeo
clipeō
verb
to arm or furnish with a shield

clipeolum
clipeolum
noun
a small shield

clipeum
clipeum
noun
The round brazen shield of Roman soldiers

clipeum
clipeum
noun

clipeus
clipeus
noun
The round brazen shield of Roman soldiers

Clisthenes
Clīsthenēs
noun
a statesman and orator of Athens

Clita
Clita
noun
a tribe on the coast of Cilicia Trachea

Clita
Clita
noun
a town of Macedonia

Clitarchus
Clītarchus
noun
a companion of Alexander the Great

clitella
clītella
noun
a pack-saddle put upon beasts of burden

clitellarius
clītellārius
adjective
of or pertaining to a pack-saddle

Cliterninus
Clīternīnus
noun
the inhabitants of the town Cliternum

Clitomachus
Clītomachus
noun
an Academic philosopher of Carthage

Clitor
Clītor
noun
a town in Arcadia

Clitorium
Clītorium
noun
a town in Arcadia

Clitorius
Clītorius
adjective

Clitumnus
Clītumnus
noun
a small river in Umbria

Clitumnus
Clītumnus
adjective
of Clitumnus

Clitus
Clītus
noun
a friend of Alexander the Great

clivius
clivius
adjective
which forbid any thing to be done

clivosus
clīvōsus
adjective
hilly

clivulus
clīvulus
noun
a little hill

clivum
clīvum
noun

clivum
clīvum
noun
a gently sloping height

clivus
clīvus
noun
a gently sloping height

cloaca
cloāca
noun
an artificial canal in Rome

cloacalis
cloācālis
adjective
pertaining to a

cloacare
cloācārē
adverb

cloacarium
cloācārium
noun
the duty paid for conducting the private sewers into the public ones or for maintaining and cleansing the sewers

Cloacina
Cloācīna
noun

Cloacina
Cloācīna
noun
the purifier

cloacula
cloācula
noun
a small sewer

Cloanthus
Cloanthus
noun
a companion of Aeneas

Clodia
Clōdia
cross-reference
the name of two very celebrated Roman

Clodia
Clōdia
noun

Clodianus
Clōdiānus
adjective

Clodianus
Clōdiānus
adjective
pertaining to Clodius

clodico
clōdicō
verb
to limp

clodico
clōdicō
verb

Clodius
Clōdius
cross-reference
the name of two very celebrated Roman

Clodius
Clōdius
adjective
Claudian

Clodius
Clōdius
cross-reference

clodo
clōdō
verb

clodo
clōdō
verb
to shut

clodus
clōdus
cross-reference

clodus
clōdus
adjective
limping

Cloelia
Cloelia
cross-reference
name of a Roman gens

Cloelia
Cloelia
noun
a Roman maiden

Cloelius
Cloelius
cross-reference
name of a Roman gens

Clonius
Clonius
noun

clonos
clōnos
noun
the name of two companions of Aeneas

Clonus
Clonus
noun
a celebrated designer

clostellum
clōstellum
noun
a small lock

Closter
Clōstēr
noun
son of Arachne

clostrum
clostrum
noun
that by which any thing is shut up or closed

clostrum
clostrum
noun
that by which any thing is shut up or closed

clostrum
clostrum
noun

Clotho
Clōthō
noun
the spinner

Cluacina
Cluācīna
noun
the purifier

cludo
clūdō
verb
to shut

cludo
clūdō
verb

cludus
clūdus
adjective
limping

cludus
clūdus
adjective

cluens
cluens
adjective

cluens
cluens
adjective
a client

Cluentius
Cluentius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

clueo
clueō
verb
to hear one's self called in some way

clueor
clueor
verb
to be named

Cluilius
Cluilius
noun
a king of Alba

Cluilius
Cluilius
cross-reference
name of a Roman gens

cluior
cluior
cross-reference

cluma
clūma
noun

cluna
clūna
noun
apes

clunaclus
clūnāclus
cross-reference
the sacrificial knife

clunalis
clūnālis
adjective
pertaining to the hinder parts

clunicula
clūnicula
noun
small hinder-parts

cluniculus
clūniculus
noun
small hinder-parts

clunis
clūnis
noun

cluo
cluō
cross-reference

cluo
cluō
verb
to hear one's self called in some way

cluo
cluō
cross-reference

clupea
clupea
noun
a kind of very small river-fish

Clupea
Clupea
noun
a town and promontory in

Clupeae
Clupeae
noun
a town and promontory in

clupeo
clupeō
verb
to arm or furnish with a shield

clupeolum
clupeolum
noun
a small shield

clupeus
clupeus
noun
The round brazen shield of Roman soldiers

clupeus
clupeus
noun

clura
clura
noun
an ape

clurinus
clūrīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to apes

clusaris
clūsāris
adjective
easily shutting or closing

clusarius
clūsārius
adjective

clusilis
clūsilis
adjective
easily closing

Clusinus
Clūsīnus
adjective
pertaining to Clusium

Clusinus
Clūsīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Clusium

Clusium
Clūsium
noun
one of the oldest and most important towns of Etruria

Clusius
Clūsius
noun
a cognomen of Janus

clusor
clūsor
noun
one who encloses or encompasses

cluster
cluster
noun
A clyster

cluster
cluster
adjective

clusum
clūsum
noun
an enclosed place

clusura
clūsūra
noun
A lock

clusura
clūsūra
noun

clusus
clūsus
adjective

Clutomestoridysarchides
Clutomestōridysarchidēs
noun
a comically formed name

clutus
clutus
adverb
famous

Cluvia
Cluvia
noun
a town of Samnium

Cluviana
Cluviāna
cross-reference
of a Cluvius

Cluvianus
Cluviānus
adjective
of or pertaining to Cluvia

Cluvius
Cluvius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

clybatis
clybatis
noun
a plant

Clymene
Clymenē
noun
The wife of the Ethiopian king Merops

Clymeneis
Clymenēis
noun
a daughter of Clymene

Clymeneius
Clymenēius
adjective
of or pertaining to Clymene

clymenos
clymenos
noun
an unknown plant

Clymenus
Clymenus
noun
A cognomen of Pluto

Clypea
Clypea
noun

Clypeae
Clypeae
noun
a town and promontory in

clypeo
clypeō
cross-reference

clypeo
clypeō
verb
to arm or furnish with a shield

clypeolum
clypeolum
noun
a small shield

clypeum
clypeum
cross-reference

clypeus
clypeus
cross-reference

clypeus
clypeus
noun
The round brazen shield of Roman soldiers

clysmus
clysmus
noun
a clyster

clyster
clyster
noun
A clyster

clysterium
clystērium
noun
a clyster

clysterizo
clystērīzō
verb
to apply a clyster

Clytaemnestra
Clytaemnēstra
noun
the daughter of Tyndarus and Leda

Clytemestra
Clytemēstra
noun
the daughter of Tyndarus and Leda

Clytemnestra
Clytemnēstra
noun
the daughter of Tyndarus and Leda

Clytida
Clytīda
noun
a family of haruspices at Elis

Clytie
Clytiē
noun
one of the daughters of Oceanus

Clytius
Clytius
noun
The name of several heroes mentioned in

Clytus
Clytus
noun
Son of Aegyptus

Cnaeus
Cnaeus
noun
a Roman praenomen

Cnaeus
Cnaeus
cross-reference

cnasonas
cnasonas
cross-reference

cnecus
cnēcus
noun
safflower

cnedinus
cnēdinus
adjective
of nettles

cnemis
cnēmis
noun
a greave

cneoron
cneōron
noun
a plant

cnephosus
cnephōsus
adjective
dark

cnestron
cnēstron
noun
a plant

Cneus
Cnēus
cross-reference

cnicus
cnīcus
noun
safflower

cnicus
cnīcus
cross-reference

cnide
cnīdē
noun
a sea-nettle

cnidinus
cnīdinus
adjective
of nettles

Cnidius
Cnidius
noun
the inhabitants of Gnidus

Cnidius
Cnidius
cross-reference

Cnidius
Cnidius
adjective
of or belonging to Gnidus

Cnidus
Cnidus
cross-reference

Cnidus or gnidos
Cnidus or gnidos
noun
a Doric city in Caria

cnisa
cnīsa
noun
the steam or odor of a sacrifice

cnissa
cnissa
noun
the steam or odor of a sacrifice

cnodax
cnōdax
noun
a pin

Cnosiacus
Cnōsiacus
cross-reference

Cnosius
Cnōsius
adjective
of or belonging to Gnosus

Cnosos, Cnosius
Cnōsos, Cnōsius
expression

Cnossius
Cnossius
adjective
of or belonging to Gnosus

Cnossus
Cnossus
noun
the ancient capital of Crete

Coa
Coa
noun
a fictitious nickname of Clodia

coaccedo
coaccēdō
verb
to come to or be added besides

coacervatim
coacervātim
adverb
by or in heaps

coacervatio
coacervātiō
noun
A heaping together

coacervo
coacervō
verb
to heap together

coacesco
coacescō
verb
to become acid or sour

coacte
coactē
adverb
Shortly

coactile
coactile
noun
thick

coactiliarius
coactiliārius
noun
a maker of thick

coactilis
coactilis
adjective
made thick

coactim
coactim
adverb
concisely

coactio
coactiō
noun
A collecting

coacto
coactō
verb
to constrain

coactor
coactor
noun
A collector of money

coactum
coactum
noun
a thick

coactura
coactūra
noun

coactus
coactus
adjective

coactus
coactus
adjective
forced

coactus
coactus
noun
a forcing

coaddo
coaddō
verb
to add with

coadjutor
coadjūtor
noun
an assistant

coadoro
coadōrō
verb
to worship or adore along with

coadulesco
coadulescō
verb
to grow up along with

coadunatio
coadūnātiō
noun
a uniting into one

coaduno
coadūnō
verb
to unite

coaedifico
coaedificō
verb
to build up together

coaegresco
coaegrescō
verb
to become sick at the same time with

coaegroto
coaegrōtō
verb
to be sick at the same time with

coaequalis
coaequālis
adjective
of equal age

coaequo
coaequō
verb
to make one thing equal or even with another

coaestimo
coaestimō
verb
to estimate together with

coaetaneo
coaetāneō
verb
to be of the same age

coaetaneus
coaetāneus
noun
one of the same age

coaeternus
coaeternus
adjective
coeternal

coaevus
coaevus
adjective
of the same age

coaggero
coaggerō
verb
To heap together

coagito
coagitō
verb
to shake together

coagmentarius
coagmentārius
noun
joining together

coagmentatio
coagmentātiō
noun
a joining or connecting together

coagmento
coagmentō
verb
to join

coagmentum
coagmentum
noun
a joining together

coagulare
coāgulāre
noun
the colon

coagulatio
coāgulātiō
noun
a curdling

coagulo
coāgulō
verb
to cause a fluid to curdle or coagulate

coagulum
coāgulum
noun
a means of coagulation

coalesco
coalescō
verb
To grow together with something

coalitus
coalitus
adjective

coalitus
coalitus
noun
communion

coalo
coalō
verb
to sustain or nourish together with

coambulo
coambulō
verb
to go with

coangusto
coangustō
verb
to bring into a narrow compass

coaptatio
coaptātiō
noun
an accurate joining together

coapto
coaptō
verb
to fit

coarctatio
coarctātiō
noun
a drawing or crowding together

coarctatio
coarctātiō
noun

coarcto
coarcto
noun

coarcto
coarctō
verb
to press together

coaresco
coārescō
verb
to dry or become dry together

coarguo
coarguō
verb
to assail a person or thing in different directions

coargutio
coargūtiō
noun
a convicting

coarmio
coarmiō
noun
a comrade in arms

coarmo
coarmō
verb
to arm together

coartatio
coartātiō
noun
a drawing or crowding together

coarticulo
coarticulō
verb
to cause to articulate

coarto
coartō
verb
to press together

coassatio
coassātiō
noun
a joining of timber

coasso
coassō
verb
to join boards or planks together

coassumo
coassūmō
verb
to assume together

Coastra
Coastra
noun
a people of Lake Maeotis

Coatra
Coātra
noun
a people of Lake Maeotis

coauctio
coauctiō
noun
a joint increase

coaxatio
coaxātiō
cross-reference

coaxo
coaxō
verb
to croak

coaxo
coaxō
verb

coaxsatio
coaxsātiō
noun
a joining of timber

coaxso
coaxsō
verb
to join boards or planks together

Cobiamachus
Cobiamachus
noun
a village in

cobio
cobiō
cross-reference

Cobiomachus
Cobiomachus
noun
a village in

cobion
cōbion
noun
a species of the plant

cobius
cobius
cross-reference

cobius
cōbius
noun
a fish of small value

Cocalidis
Cōcalidis
noun
the daughters of Cocalus

Cocalus
Cōcalus
noun
a mythic king in Sicily

Cocceius
Coccēius
adjective
the name of an Italic gens.

coccinatus
coccinātus
adjective
clothed in scarlet

coccineus
coccineus
adjective
scarlet-colored

coccinum
coccinum
noun

coccinum
coccinum
noun
scarlet garments

coccinus
coccinus
adjective

coccum
coccum
noun
The berry that grows upon the scarlet oak

coccygia
coccȳgia
noun
a kind of sumach used in coloring

coccymelum
coccȳmēlum
noun
a plum

coccyx
coccyx
noun
a cuckoo

cocetum
cocētum
noun
a kind of food prepared from honey and poppies

cochlaca
cochlaca
noun
round stones from a river

cochlea
cōchlea
noun
a snail

cochlea
cochlea
cross-reference

cochlea
cōchlea
cross-reference

cochlea
cochlea
noun
a snail

cochlear
cochlear
cross-reference

cochlear
cōchlear
cross-reference

cochlear
cochlear
noun
a spoon

cochlearium
cochleārium
noun
An enclosure or pen in which snails were kept and fed

cochleatim
cochleātim
adverb
spirally

cochleatus
cochleatus
cross-reference

cochleatus
cochleātus
adjective
spiral or screw-formed

cochleola
cochleola
noun
a small snail

cochlis
cochlis
noun
a precious stone like a snail-shell in form

cochloon
cochloon
noun
a kind of shell-fishes with spiral shells

cociator
cociātor
noun
a broker

cocibilis
cocibilis
adjective
that can be easily cooked

cocibilis
cocibilis
cross-reference

cocinatorius
cocīnātōrius
adjective

cocinatorius
cocīnātōrius
adjective
of or pertaining to the kitchen

cocio
cōciō
noun
a broker

cocionatura
cōciōnātūra
noun
brokery

cocionor
cōciōnor
verb
to be a broker

coclaca
coclaca
noun
round stones from a river

coclea
coclea
noun
a snail

coclea
cōclea
noun
a snail

coclear
coclear
noun
a spoon

cocleare
cocleāre
noun
a spoon

coclearium
cocleārium
noun
An enclosure or pen in which snails were kept and fed

coclearium
cocleārium
noun
a spoon

coclearum
cocleārum
noun
a spoon

cocleatim
cocleātim
adverb
spirally

cocleatus
cocleātus
adjective
spiral or screw-formed

cocleola
cocleola
noun
a small snail

cocles
cocles
noun
cognomen of a person blind with one eye

Cocles
Cocles
noun
the cognomen of a Roman

Cocles
Cōcles
noun
the cognomen of a Roman

cocles
cōcles
noun
cognomen of a person blind with one eye

coco
cocō
cross-reference
the sound naturally made by the hen

cocococo
cocococō
cross-reference
the sound naturally made by the hen

cocolobis
cocolobis
noun
a Spanish name for a kind of grape

cocolubis
cocolubis
noun
a Spanish name for a kind of grape

Cocosatis
Cocosātis
noun
a tribe in Aquitania

cocta
cocta
noun

cocta
cocta
noun
water boiled

coctana
coctana
cross-reference

coctanum
coctanum
noun
a kind of small Syrian fig

coctile
coctile
noun
very dry wood

coctilicius
coctilicius
adjective
of or pertaining to dried wood

coctilis
coctilis
adjective
burned

coctio
coctiō
noun

coctio
coctiō
noun
a cooking

coctio
coctiō
noun
a broker

coctito
coctitō
cross-reference

coctivus
coctīvus
adjective
that is easily cooked or ripens early

coctonum
coctonum
noun
a kind of small Syrian fig

coctor
coctor
noun
a cook

coctum
coctum
noun
cooked food

coctura
coctūra
noun
a cooking

cocturarius
coctūrārius
noun
a cook

coctus
coctus
adjective
well considered

coctus
coctus
adjective

cocula
cocula
noun
a female cook

coculum
coculum
noun
A vessel for cooking

cocus
cocus
noun
a cook

cocus
cocus
cross-reference

Cocytius
Cōcȳtius
adjective
of Cocytus

Cocytos
Cōcȳtos
noun
a mythic river in the Lower World

Cocytus
Cōcȳtus
noun
a mythic river in the Lower World

coda
cōda
noun
the tail

coda
cōda
noun

Codeta
Cōdēta
noun
a place in which grew plants resembling the tails of horses

Codetanus
Codētānus
adjective
a place near the Campus Martius

codex
cōdex
noun
The trunk of a tree

codicarius
cōdicārius
adjective

codicaudicarius
cōdicaudicārius
adjective
of or pertaining to the trunks of trees

codicillaris
cōdicillāris
adjective
named or appointed by the emperor's handwriting

codicillarius
cōdicillārius
adjective
named or appointed by the emperor's handwriting

codicillus
cōdicillus
noun

codicillus
cōdicillus
noun
Wood cut and split for burning

codicula
cōdicula
noun
a little tail

Codomannus
Codomannus
noun
cognomen of the last Persian king Darius

Codrio
Codriō
noun
a town in Greek Illyria

Codrion
Codrion
noun
a town in Greek Illyria

Codrus
Cōdrus
noun
The last Athenian king

coecus
coecus
adjective
having no light

coel
coel
cross-reference

Coela
Coela
noun
a deeply-indented maritime region in Eubaea

coelator
coelātor
noun

coelatura
coelātūra
noun

coelebs
coelebs
adjective
unmarried

coelebs
coelebs
adjective

coelectus
coēlectus
adjective
elected together

coelementatus
coelementātus
adjective
composed of elements

coeles
coeles
adjective
heavenly

coeles, coelestini
coeles, coelestīnī
expression

coelestis
coelestis
adjective

coelestis
coelestis
adjective
pertaining to heaven or to the heavens

Coelesyria
Coelēsyria
noun
Caelesyria

Coele syria
Coelē syria
noun
Caelesyria

coeliaca
coeliaca
noun
stomach remedy

coeliacus
coeliacus
adjective
Relating to the abdomen or to the stomach

coelibatus
coelibātus
adjective

coelibatus
coelibātus
noun
celibacy

coelicola
coelicola
noun
Dwelling in heaven

coelicola, coeliculus, coelicus, coelifer, coeligenus
coelicola, coeliculus, coelicus, coelifer, coeligenus
expression

coelicus
coelicus
adjective
celestial

coelifer
coelifer
adjective
supporting the heavens

coelifluus
coelifluus
adjective
flowing from heaven

coeligenus
coeligenus
adjective
heaven-born

coeliger
coeliger
adjective
heaven supporting

coeliloquus
coeliloquus
adjective
heavenly speaking

coeliloquus
coeliloquus
cross-reference

Coelimontanus
Coelimontānus
adjective
of or pertaining to Caelimontium

Coelimontium
Coelimontium
noun
the second region of Rome

Coeliolus
Coeliolus
noun
a part of the Caelian Hill

coelioticus
coeliōticus
adjective
cleansing the stomach or bowels

coelipotens
coelipotens
adjective
powerful in heaven

Coelispex
Coelispex
noun
looking towards the Caelian Hill

coelitus
coelitus
adverb
From heaven

Coelius
Coelius
noun
A Roman gentile name

Coelius
Coelius
adjective

coelum
coelum
noun
to be struck with lightning

coemendatus
coēmendātus
adjective
amended at the same time

coemesis
coemēsis
noun
a somniferous song

coemeterium
coemētērium
noun
a churchyard

coemo
coemō
verb
to purchase together

coemptio
coemptiō
noun
A pretended purchase of an estate which was subjected to a mock sale for the purpose of divesting it of the burden of certain sacrifices attached to it

coemptionalis
coemptiōnālis
adjective
pertaining to a sham sale or a sham marriage

coemptionator
coemptiōnātor
noun
one who enters into the

coemptor
coemptor
noun
one who purchases many things

coemptus
coemptus
adjective

coen
coen
noun
a supping together

coena
coena
noun
the principal meal of the Romans in the early period

coena
coena
cross-reference

coenacularius
coenāculārius
cross-reference

coenacularius
coenāculārius
adjective
pertaining to a garret

coenaculum
coenāculum
cross-reference

coenaculum
coenāculum
noun
a dining-room

coenaticus
coenāticus
cross-reference

coenaticus
coenāticus
adjective
pertaining to a dinner

coenatio
coenātiō
noun
a dining-room

coenatio
coenātiō
cross-reference

coenatiuncula
coenātiuncula
noun
a small dining-room

coenator
coenātor
cross-reference
a diner

coenatorius
coenātōrius
adjective
of or pertaining to dinner

coenaturio
coenāturiō
cross-reference
v. desid

coenatus
coenātus
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