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Dacicus
Dācicus
noun
a gold coin of Domitian

dactylicus
dactylicus
adjective
dactylic

dactylus
dactylus
noun
(a finger)

daedalus
daedalus
adjective
skilful

Dama
Dāma
noun
a slave's name

damiurgus
dāmiūrgus
noun
(Doric

damma
damma
noun
a deer

damnatio
damnātīō
noun
condemnation

damnatorius
damnātōrius
adjective
damnatory

damnatus
damnātus
adjective
condemned

damno
damnō
verb
to adjudge guilty

damnose
damnōsē
adverb
ruinously

damnosus
damnōsus
adjective
injurious

damnum
damnum
noun
hurt

daps
daps
noun
a solemn feast

datio
datiō
noun
a giving

dator
dator
noun
a giver

de
preposition
[of separation in space] from

dea
dea
noun
a goddess

dealbo
dealbō
verb
to whiten

deambulatio
deambulātiō
noun
a walking abroad

deambulo
deambulō
verb
to walk abroad

deamo
deamō
verb
to be in love with

dearmatus
dearmātus
adjective
disarmed

debacchor
dēbacchor
verb
to rave

debellator
dēbellātor
noun
a conqueror

debello
dēbellō
verb
to fight out

debens
dēbēns
noun
a debtor

debeo
dēbeō
verb
to withhold

debilis
dēbilis
adjective
lame

debilitas
dēbilitās
noun
lameness

debilitatio
dēbilitātiō
noun
a laming

debilito
dēbilitō
verb
to lame

debitio
dēbitiō
noun
an owing

debitor
dēbitor
noun
a debtor

debitum
dēbitum
noun
what is owing

debitus
dēbitus
adjective
due

decanto
dēcantō
verb
to sing off

decedo
dēcēdō
verb
to go away

decem
decem
adjective
ten

December
December
adjective
of the tenth

decempeda
decempeda
noun
a ten-foot pole

decempedator
decempedātor
noun
a landmeasurer

decemplex
decemplex
adjective
tenfold

decem primi
decem prīmī
noun
the heads of the ten decuriae forming the senate in a colony or municipal town

decemscalmus
decemscalmus
adjective
ten-thowled

decemvir
decemvir
noun
[plural] a commission of ten men

decemviralis
decemvirālis
adjective
decemviral

decemviratus
decemvirātus
noun
the decemvirate

decens
decēns
adjective
seemly

decenter
decenter
adverb
becomingly

decentia
decentia
noun
comeliness

deceo
deceō
verb
to be seemly

deceptus
dēceptus
participle
p. of decipio

decerno
dēcernō
verb
[officially] to decide

decerpo
dēcerpō
verb
to pluck off

decertatio
dēcertātiō
noun
a decisive struggle

decerto
dēcertō
verb
to go through a contest

decessio
dēcessiō
noun
a going away

decessor
dēcessor
noun
a retiring officer

decessus
dēcessus
noun
a going away

decet
decet
cross-reference

decido
dēcidō
verb
to fall down

decido
dēcīdō
verb
to cut off

deciens
deciēns
adjective
ten times

decies
deciēs
adjective
ten times

decima
decima
noun
[sc. pars] a tenth part

decimanus
decimānus
adjective
of the tenth part

decimum
decimum
adverb
for the tenth time

decimus
decimus
adjective
[of a series] the tenth

decipio
dēcipiō
verb
to catch

decisio
dēcīsiō
noun
a decision

declamatio
dēclāmātiō
noun
practice in public speaking

declamator
dēclāmātor
noun
a speaker for show

declamatorius
dēclāmātōrius
adjective
declamatory

declamito
dēclāmitō
verb
to practise declamation

declamo
dēclāmō
verb
to practise public speaking

declaratio
dēclārātiō
noun
a making clear

declaro
dēclārō
verb
to disclose

declinatio
dēclīnātiō
noun
a bending aside

declino
dēclīnō
verb
to bend aside

declivis
dēclīvis
adjective
inclining downwards

declivitas
dēclīvitās
noun
a slope

decocta
decocta
noun
[sc. aqua] water boiled down

decoctor
dēcoctor
noun
a spendthrift

decoctus
dēcoctus
adjective
ripe

decolor
dēcolor
adjective
deprived of color

decoloratio
dēcolōrātiō
noun
a discoloring

decoloro
dēcolōrō
verb
to discolor

decoquo
dēcoquō
verb
to boil away

decor
decor
noun
comeliness

decore
decōrē
adverb
suitably

decoro
decorō
verb
to adorn

decorum
decōrum
noun
seemliness

decorus
decōrus
adjective
becoming

decrepitus
dēcrepitus
adjective
very old

decresco
dēcrēscō
verb
to grow less

decretum
dēcrētum
noun
a decree

decretus
dēcrētus
participle
p. of decerno

decuma
decuma
noun
[sc. pars] a tenth part

decumanus
decumānus
adjective
of the tenth part

decumas
decumas
adjective
subject to tithes

decumbo
dēcumbō
verb
to lie down

decumus
decumus
adjective
[of a series] the tenth

decuria
decuria
noun
decem

decuriatio
decuriātiō
noun
a dividing into decuriae

decuriatus
decuriātus
noun
a dividing into decuriae

decurio
decuriō
verb
to divide into decuriae

decurio
decuriō
noun
the chief of a decuria

decurro
dēcurrō
verb
to run down

decursus
dēcursus
noun
a running down

decursus
dēcursus
participle
p. of decurro

decurtatus
dēcurtātus
adjective
cut off

decus
decus
noun
grace

decusso
decussō
verb
to divide crosswise (in the form of an X)

decussus
dēcussus
participle
p. of decutio

decutio
dēcūtiō
verb
to shake off

dedeceo
dēdeceō
verb
to be unseemly

dedecoro
dēdecorō
verb
to disgrace

dedecorus
dēdecōrus
adjective
dishonoring

dedecus
dēdecus
noun
disgrace

dedicatio
dēdicātiō
noun
a consecration

dedico
dēdicō
verb
to dedicate

dedignor
dēdīgnor
verb
to reject as unworthy

dedisco
dēdiscō
verb
to unlearn

dediticius
dēditīcius
adjective
surrendered

deditio
dēditiō
noun
a giving up

deditus
dēditus
adjective
given up

dedo
dēdō
verb
to give away

dedoceo
dēdoceō
verb
to cause to unlearn

dedoleo
dedoleō
verb
to cease grieving

deduco
dēdūcō
verb
to lead away

deductio
dēductiō
noun
a leading away

deductus
dēductus
adjective
lowered

deerro
deerrō
verb
to wander away

defatigatio
dēfatīgātiō
noun
a wearying

defatigo
dēfatīgō
verb
to weary out

defectio
dēfectiō
noun
a failing

defector
defector
noun
a deserter

defectus
dēfectus
adjective
weak

defectus
dēfectus
noun
a falling away

defendo
dēfendō
verb
to ward off

defensio
dēfēnsiō
noun
a defending

defensito
dēfēnsitō
verb
to defend often

defenso
dēfēnsō
verb
to defend diligently

defensor
dēfēnsor
noun
an averter

defero
dēferō
verb
to bring away

defervesco
dēfervēscō
verb
to cease raging

defessus
dēfessus
adjective
worn out

defetigatio
dēfetīgātiō
noun
a wearying

defetigo
dēfetīgō
verb
to weary out

defetiscor
dēfetīscor
verb
to become tired

deficio
dēficiō
verb
[intransitively] to withdraw

defigo
dēfīgō
verb
to fasten

defingo
dēfingō
verb
to disfigure

definio
dēfīniō
verb
to bound

definite
dēfīnītē
adverb
precisely

definitio
dēfīnītiō
noun
a limiting

definitivus
dēfīnītīvus
adjective
definitive

definitus
dēfīnītus
adjective
limited

defio
dēfīō
verb
[intransitively] to withdraw

defixus
dēfīxus
participle
p. of defigo

deflagratio
dēflagrātiō
noun
a burning up

deflagro
dēflagrō
verb
to burn down

deflecto
dēflectō
verb
[transitively] to bend aside

defleo
dēfleō
verb
to weep over

deflexus
dēflexus
participle
p. of deflecto

defloresco
dēflōrēscō
verb
to drop blossoms

defluo
dēfluō
verb
to flow down

defodio
dēfodiō
verb
to dig deep

defore
dēfore
cross-reference
fut. inf. of desum

deformatio
dēfōrmātiō
noun
a deforming

deformis
dēfōrmis
adjective
misshapen

deformitas
dēfōrmitās
noun
ugliness

deformo
dēfōrmō
verb
to bring out of shape

deformo
dēfōrmō
verb
to bring into shape

defossus
dēfossus
participle
p. of defodio

defraudo
dēfraudō
verb
to defraud

defrenatus
dēfrēnātus
adjective
unrestrained

defrico
dēfricō
verb
to rub off

defringo
dēfringō
verb
to break off

defrudo
defrūdō
verb
to defraud

defrutum
dēfrutum
noun
must boiled down

defugio
dēfugiō
verb
to run off

defunctus
dēfūnctus
participle
p. of defungor

defundo
dēfundō
verb
to pour down

defungor
dēfungor
verb
to have done with

defututus
dēfūtūtus
adjective
exhausted

degener
dēgener
adjective
inferior to ancestors

degeneratum
dēgenerātum
noun
baseness

degenero
dēgenerō
verb
to be inferior to ancestors

dego
dēgō
verb
[of time] to spend

degrandino
dēgrandinō
verb
to stop hailing

degravo
dēgravō
verb
to weigh down

degredior
dēgredior
verb
to go down

degrunnio
dēgrunniō
verb
to grunt out

degusto
dēgustō
verb
to taste

dehinc
dehinc
adverb
from this time

dehisco
dehīscō
verb
to part

dehonestamentum
dehonestāmentum
noun
that which disfigures

dehonesto
dehonestō
verb
to disgrace

dehortor
dehortor
verb
to advise to the contrary

deicio
dēiciō
verb
to throw down

deiectio
dēiectiō
noun
[in law] an ejection

deiectus
dēiectus
adjective
thrown down

deiectus
dēiectus
noun
a throwing down

deiero
dēierō
verb
* de_ierus

deiicio
dēiiciō
verb
to throw down

dein
dein
adverb
[in space] then

deinceps
deinceps
adverb
in space

deinde
deinde
adverb
[in space] then

delabor
dēlābor
verb
to fall

delamentor
dēlāmentor
verb
to lament

delapsus
dēlapsus
participle
p. of delabor

delasso
dēlassō
verb
to wear out

delatio
dēlātiō
noun
an accusation

delator
dēlātor
noun
an informer

delatus
dēlātus
participle
p. of defero

delectabilis
dēlectābilis
adjective
delightful

delectamentum
dēlectāmentum
noun
a delight

delectatio
dēlectātiō
noun
a delighting

delecto
dēlectō
verb
to allure

delectus
dēlēctus
adjective
picked

delectus
dēlēctus
noun
see dilectus

delectus
dēlēctus
noun
a choosing

delegatio
dēlēgātiō
noun
an assignment (of debt)

delego
dēlegō
cross-reference

delego
dēlēgō
verb
to send away

delenimentum
dēlēnīmentum
noun
a blandishment

delenio
dēlēniō
verb
to soothe

delenitor
dēlēnītor
noun
a soother

deleo
dēleō
verb
to erase

deletrix
dēlētrīx
noun
a destroyer

deliberabundus
dēlīberābundus
adjective
pondering

deliberatio
dēlīberātiō
noun
a deliberation

deliberativus
dēlīberātīvus
adjective
deliberative

deliberator
dēlīberātor
noun
one who ponders

deliberatus
dēlīberātus
adjective
resolved upon

delibero
dēlīberō
verb
to weigh well

delibo
dēlībō
verb
to take

delibro
dēlibrō
verb
to take off the rind

delibutus
dēlibūtus
adjective
anointed

delicate
dēlicātē
adverb
delicately

delicatus
dēlicātus
adjective
alluring

delicia
dēlicia
noun
a delight

deliciola
dēliciola
noun
a darling

delicium
dēlicium
noun
a sweetheart

delictum
dēlīctum
noun
a fault

deligo
dēligō
verb
to choose

deligo
dēligō
verb
to bind together

delino
dēlinō
verb
to rub off

delinquo
dēlinquō
verb
to fail

deliquesco
deliquēscō
verb
to melt away

deliratio
dēlīrātiō
noun
giddiness

deliro
dēlīrō
verb
to be crazy

delirus
dēlīrus
adjective
silly

delitesco
dēlitēscō
verb
to hide away

delitigo
dēlītigō
verb
to scold

delitisco
dēlitīscō
verb
to hide away

delitus
dēlitus
participle
p. of delino

delphinus
delphīnus
noun
a dolphin

delubrum
dēlūbrum
noun
a place of cleansing

deludo
dēlūdō
verb
to play false

delumbo
dēlumbō
verb
to enervate

delusus
dēlūsus
participle
p. of deludo

demadesco
demadēscō
verb
to become wet

demando
dēmandō
verb
to give in charge

demano
dēmānō
verb
to flow down

demens
dēmēns
adjective
out of one's senses

demensum
dēmēnsum
noun
an allowance

demensus
dēmēnsus
participle
p. of demetior

dementer
dēmenter
adverb
foolishly

dementia
dēmentia
noun
insanity

demereor
dēmereor
verb
to deserve well of

demereo
dēmereō
verb
to deserve well of

demergo
dēmergō
verb
to sink

demersus
dēmersus
participle
p. of demergo

demessus
dēmessus
participle
p. of demeto

demetior
dēmētior
verb
to measure off

demetor
dēmētor
verb
and pass

demeto
dēmētō
verb
to measure out

demeto
dēmetō
verb
to mow

demetor
dēmētor
cross-reference

demigratio
dēmigrātiō
noun
an emigration

demigro
dēmigrō
verb
to migrate

deminuo
dēminuō
verb
to make smaller

deminutio
dēminūtiō
noun
a diminution

demiror
dēmīror
verb
to wonder

demisse
dēmissē
adverb
low

demissio
dēmissiō
noun
a letting down

demissus
dēmissus
adjective
[of places] lowered

demitigo
dēmītigō
verb
to make mild

demitto
demittō
verb
to send down

demiurgus
dēmiūrgus
noun
(Doric

demiurgus
dēmīūrgus
cross-reference

demo
dēmō
verb
to take away

demolior
dēmōlior
verb
to throw down

demolitio
dēmōlītiō
noun
a tearing down

demonstratio
dēmōnstrātiō
noun
a showing

demonstrativus
dēmōnstrātīvus
adjective
designating

demonstrator
dēmōnstrātor
noun
one who points out

demonstro
dēmōnstrō
verb
to point out

demorior
dēmorior
verb
to die off

demoror
dēmoror
verb
to retard

demortuus
dēmortuus
participle
p. of demorior

demoveo
dēmoveō
verb
to move away

demptus
dēmptus
participle
p. of demo

demugitus
dēmūgītus
adjective
bellowing

demulceo
dēmulceō
verb
to stroke down

demum
dēmum
adverb
at length

demuneror
dēmūneror
verb
to fee

demurmuro
dēmurmurō
verb
to mutter over

demutatio
dēmūtātīō
noun
a degeneracy

demuto
dēmūtō
verb
to change

denarius
dēnārius
adjective
containing ten each

denarro
dēnārrō
verb
to tell

denato
dēnatō
verb
to swim down

denego
dēnegō
verb
to reject

deni
dēnī
adjective
(gen. de_nu_m; de_no_rum)

denicalis
dēnicālis
adjective
purifying from death

denique
dēnique
adverb
and thenceforward

denomino
dēnōminō
verb
to call

denormo
dēnōrmō
verb
to disfigure

denoto
dēnotō
verb
to mark out

dens
dēns
noun
a tooth

dense
dēnsē
adverb
closely

denseo
dēnseō
verb
to make thick

denso
dēnsō
verb
to make thick

densus
dēnsus
adjective
thick

dentale
dentāle
noun
the share-beam (of a plough)

dentatus
dentātus
adjective
having teeth

denubo
dēnūbō
verb
to marry away

denudo
dēnūdō
verb
to lay bare

denuntiatio
dēnūntiātiō
noun
an indication

denuntio
dēnūntiō
verb
to announce

denuo
dēnuō
adverb
once more

denus
dēnus
adjective
for * dec-nus

deonero
deonerō
verb
to unload

deorsum
deorsum
adverb
of motion

deorsus
deorsus
adverb
of motion

depaciscor
dēpacīscor
cross-reference

depascor
dēpāscor
verb
to eat up

depasco
dēpāscō
verb
to feed down

depecto
dēpectō
verb
to comb off

depectus
dēpectus
participle
p. of depeciscor

depeculator
dēpecūlātor
noun
a plunderer

depeculor
dēpecūlor
verb
to despoil

depello
dēpellō
verb
to drive out

dependeo
dēpendeō
verb
to hang from

dependo
dēpendō
verb
to pay

deperdo
dēperdō
verb
to destroy

depereo
dēpereō
verb
to go to ruin

depexus
dēpexus
participle
p. of depecto

depictus
dēpictus
participle
p. of depingo

depingo
dēpīngō
verb
to depict

deplango
dēplangō
verb
to bewail

deploro
deplōrō
verb
to weep bitterly

depluo
dēpluō
verb
to rain down

depono
dēpōnō
verb
to lay away

depopulatio
dēpopulātiō
noun
a laying waste

depopulator
dēpopulātor
noun
a marauder

depopulor
dēpopulor
verb
to lay waste

deporto
dēportō
verb
to carry down

deposco
dēpōscō
verb
to demand

depositum
dēpositum
noun
a deposit

depositus
dēpositus
participle
p. of depono

depraendo
dēpraendō
cross-reference

depraendo
dēpraendō
verb
to take away

depravate
dēprāvāte
adverb
corruptly

depravatio
dēprāvātiō
noun
a distortion

depravo
dēprāvō
verb
to distort

deprecabundus
dēprecābundus
adjective
earnestly entreating

deprecatio
dēprecātiō
noun
an averting by prayer

deprecator
dēprecātor
noun
an averter

deprecor
dēprecor
verb
to avert by prayer

deprehendo
dēprehendō
verb
to take away

deprehensio
dēprehēnsiō
noun
a catching

deprehensus
dēprehēnsus
participle
p. of deprehendo

deprendo
dēprēndō
verb
to take away

deprendo
dēprēndō
cross-reference

deprensus
dēprēnsus
participle
p. of deprehendo

depressus
dēpressus
adjective
sunken

deprimo
dēprimō
verb
to press down

deproelior
dēproelior
verb
p. praes.

depromo
dēprōmō
verb
to draw out

depropero
dēproperō
verb
to hasten

depso
depsō
verb
to knead

depudet
dēpudet
verb
impers

depugis
dēpūgis
adjective
without buttocks

depugno
dēpūgnō
verb
to fight decisively

depulsio
dēpulsiō
noun
a driving off

depulsor
dēpulsor
noun
a destroyer

depulsus
dēpulsus
participle
p. of depello

deputo
dēputō
verb
to cut off

depygis
depȳgis
adjective
without buttocks

derecte
dērēctē
adverb
directly

derecto
dērēctō
adverb
directly

derectus
dērēctus
adjective
straight

derego
dēregō
verb
to lay straight

derelictio
dērelictiō
noun
an abandoning

derelictus
dērelictus
adjective
solitary

derelinquo
dērelinquō
verb
to forsake wholly

derepente
dērepentē
adverb
suddenly

derepo
dērēpō
verb
to crawl down

dereptus
dēreptus
participle
p. of deripio

derideo
dērīdeō
verb
to laugh at

deridiculus
dērīdīculus
adjective
very laughable

derigesco
dērigēscō
verb
to become stiff

derigo
dērigō
verb
to lay straight

deripio
dēripiō
verb
to tear off

derisor
dērīsor
noun
a mocker

derisus
dērīsus
noun
mockery

derisus
dērīsus
participle
p. of derideo

derivatio
dērīvātiō
noun
a leading off

derivo
dērīvō
verb
to lead off

derogatio
dērogātiō
noun
a partial abrogation

derogo
dērogō
verb
to repeal in part

derosus
dērōsus
adjective
gnawed away

deruo
dēruō
verb
to take away

deruptus
dēruptus
adjective
broken

desaevio
dēsaeviō
verb
to rave furiously

descendo
dēscendō
verb
to climb down

descensio
dēscēnsiō
noun
a descending

descensus
dēscēnsus
noun
a descent

descisco
dēscīscō
verb
to withdraw

describo
dēscrībō
verb
(often confounded with discribo)

descripte
dēscrīptē
adverb
in an orderly manner

descriptio
dēscrīptiō
noun
a marking out

descriptus
dēscrīptus
adjective
precisely ordered

deseco
dēsecō
verb
to cut off

desero
dēserō
verb
to leave

desertor
dēsertor
noun
one who forsakes

desertus
dēsertus
adjective
deserted

deservio
dēserviō
verb
to serve zealously

deses
dēses
adjective
inactive

desideo
dēsideō
verb
to sit long

desiderabilis
dēsīderābilis
adjective
wanted

desideratio
dēsīderātiō
noun
a desiring

desideratus
dēsīderātus
participle
p. of desidero

desiderium
dēsīderium
noun
a longing

desidero
dēsīderō
verb
to long for

desidia
dēsidia
noun
a sitting idle

desidiosus
dēsidiōsus
adjective
slothful

desido
dēsīdō
verb
to sink

designatio
dēsīgnātiō
noun
a marking out

designator
dēsīgnātor
cross-reference

designatus
dēsīgnātus
participle
p. of designo

designo
dēsīgnō
verb
to mark out

desilio
dēsiliō
verb
to leap down

desino
dēsinō
verb
to leave off

desipiens
dēsipiēns
adjective
foolish

desipio
dēsipiō
verb
to be void of understanding

desisto
dēsistō
verb
to leave off

desitus
dēsitus
participle
p. of desino

desolo
dēsōlō
verb
to leave alone

despecto
dēspectō
verb
to look down upon

despectus
dēspectus
noun
a looking down upon

despectus
dēspectus
adjective
contemptible

desperanter
dēspēranter
adverb
hopelessly

desperatio
dēspērātiō
noun
hopelessness

desperatus
dēspērātus
adjective
given up

despero
dēspērō
verb
to be hopeless

despicatio
dēspicātiō
noun
contempt

despicatus
dēspicātus
noun
contempt

despicatus
dēspicātus
adjective
in contempt

despiciendus
dēspiciendus
adjective
contemptible

despiciens
dēspiciēns
adjective
contemptuous

despicientia
dēspicientia
noun
a despising

despicio
dēspiciō
verb
to look down upon

despolio
despoliō
verb
to rob

despondeo
dēspondeō
verb
to promise to give

despumo
dēspūmō
verb
to skim off

despuo
dēspuō
verb
to spit out

destillo
dēstīllō
verb
to drip

destinatio
dēstinātiō
noun
an assignment

destinatum
dēstinātum
noun
a mark

destinatus
dēstinātus
adjective
fixed

destino
dēstinō
verb
to make fast

destiti
dēstitī
cross-reference
perf. of desisto

destituo
dēstituō
verb
to set down

destitutio
dēstitūtiō
noun
an abandonment

destitutus
dēstitūtus
participle
p. of destituo

destrictus
dēstrictus
adjective
severe

destringo
dēstringō
verb
to strip off

destruo
dēstruō
verb
to tear down

desubito
dēsubitō
adverb
on a sudden

desudo
dēsūdō
verb
to sweat

desuefactus
dēsuēfactus
adjective
estranged

desuetudo
dēsuētūdō
noun
disuse

desuetus
dēsuētus
adjective
disused

desultor
dēsultor
noun
a vaulter

desultorius
dēsultōrius
adjective
of a vaulter

desum
dēsum
verb
to be away

desumo
dēsūmō
verb
to take

desuper
dēsuper
adverb
of motion

desurgo
dēsurgō
verb
to rise

detego
dētegō
verb
to uncover

detendo
dētendō
verb
to unstretch

detentus
dētentus
participle
p. of detineo

detergeo
dētergeō
verb
to wipe off

deterior
dēterior
adjective
lower

deterius
dēterius
adverb
worse

determinatio
dēterminātiō
noun
a boundary

determino
dēterminō
verb
to enclose

detero
dēterō
verb
to rub away

deterreo
dēterreō
verb
to frighten off

detersus
dētersus
participle
p. of detergeo

detestabilis
dētestābilis
adjective
execrable

detestandus
detestandus
adjective
execrable

detestatio
dētestātiō
noun
the invocation of a curse

detestatus
dētestātus
adjective
accursed

detestor
dētestor
verb
to curse

detexo
dētexō
verb
to weave

detineo
dētineō
verb
to hold off

detondeo
dētondeō
verb
to shear off

detono
dētonō
verb
to thunder down

detonsus
dētōnsus
participle
p. of detondeo

detorqueo
dētorqueō
verb
to bend aside

detractatio
dētrāctātiō
noun
a declining

detractator
detrāctātor
noun
a diminisher

detractio
dētrāctiō
noun
a taking away

detracto
dētrāctō
verb
to decline

detractor
dētrāctor
noun
a disparager

detractus
dētrāctus
participle
p. of detraho

detraho
dētrahō
verb
to draw off

detrectatio
dētrectātiō
noun
a declining

detrectator
dētrectātor
noun
a diminisher

detrecto
dētrectō
verb
to decline

detrimentosus
dētrīmentōsus
adjective
hurtful

detrimentum
dētrīmentum
noun
that which is worn away

detritus
dētrītus
participle
p. of detero

detrudo
dētrūdō
verb
to thrust away

detrunco
dētruncō
verb
to lop

detrusus
dētrūsus
participle
p. of detrudo

deturbo
dēturbō
verb
to thrust down

deunx
deūnx
noun
eleven twelfths

deuro
deūrō
verb
to burn up

deus
deus
noun
a god

deutor
deūtor
cross-reference
to maltreat

devasto
dēvāstō
verb
to lay waste

deveho
devehō
verb
to carry down

devello
dēvellō
cross-reference

develo
dēvēlō
verb
to unveil

deveneror
dēveneror
verb
to reverence

devenio
dēveniō
verb
to come

deverbero
dēverberō
verb
to thrash

deversor
dēversor
verb
to tarry

deversor
dēversor
noun
a guest

deversoriolum
dēversōriolum
noun
a small lodging-place

deversorium
dēversōrium
noun
an inn

deverticulum
dēverticulum
noun
a by-road

devertor
dēvertor
verb
to turn away

deverto
dēvertō
verb
to turn away

devexus
dēvexus
adjective
inclining

devictus
dēvīctus
participle
p. of devinco

devincio
dēvinciō
verb
to bind fast

devinco
dēvincō
verb
to conquer completely

devinctus
dēvinctus
adjective
devoted

devitatio
dēvītātiō
noun
an avoiding

devito
dēvītō
verb
to avoid

devius
dēvius
adjective
off the road

devoco
dēvocō
verb
to call off

devolo
dēvolō
verb
to fly down

devolvo
dēvolvō
verb
to roll down

devoro
dēvorō
verb
to swallow

devorsor
dēvorsor
verb
to tarry

devorsor
dēvorsor
cross-reference

devorsorium
dēvorsōrium
noun
an inn

devorticulum
dēvorticulum
noun
a by-road

devortium
dēvortium
cross-reference
a by-way

devorto
dēvortō
verb
to turn away

devortor
dēvortor
verb
to turn away

devorto
dēvortō
cross-reference

devotio
dēvōtiō
noun
a self-sacrifice

devotus
dēvōtus
adjective
bowed

devoveo
dēvoveō
verb
to vow

dextella
dextella
noun
a little right hand

dexter
dexter
adjective
to the right

dexter
dexter
adjective
to the right

dextera
dextera
noun
the right hand

dextere
dexterē
adverb
dexterously

dexteritas
dexteritās
noun
dexterity

dextimus
dextimus
adjective
[sup. of dexter] far to the right

dextra
dextra
noun
the right hand

dextra
dextrā
cross-reference
on the right of

dextre
dextrē
adverb
dexterously

dextrorsum
dextrōrsum
adverb
towards the right side

dextrorsus
dextrōrsus
adverb
towards the right side

di
cross-reference
plur. nom. of deus

di
preposition
asunder

di
cross-reference

diadema
diadēma
noun
a royal headdress

diaeta
diaeta
noun
a regular mode of living

dialectica
dialectica
noun
dialectics

dialectice
dialecticē
adverb
logically

dialecticum
dialecticum
noun
logical discussion

dialecticus
dialecticus
adjective
belonging to disputation

Dialis
Diālis
adjective
of Jupiter

dialogus
dialogus
noun
a discussion

Diana
Diāna
noun
the goddess of light and of the moon

diarium
diārium
noun
a daily ration (only plur.)

dibaphus
dibaphus
noun
a purple robe

dica
dica
noun
a lawsuit

dicacitas
dicācitās
noun
biting wit

dicatio
dicātiō
noun
a formal declaration (in changing one's citizenship)

dicax
dicāx
adjective
talking sharply

dichoreus
dichorēus
noun
a double trochee

dicio
diciō
noun
dominion

dico
dicō
verb
to dedicate

dico
dīcō
verb
to say

dicrotum
dicrotum
noun
=

dictamnus
dictamnus
noun
dittany (an herb)

dictator
dictātor
noun
in Rome

dictatorius
dictātōrius
adjective
of a dictator

dictatum
dictātum
noun
things dictated

dictatura
dictātūra
noun
the office of a dictator

dictio
dictiō
noun
a saying

dictito
dictitō
verb
to say often

dicto
dīctō
verb
to dictate

dictum
dictum
noun
something said

dictus
dictus
noun
the action of speaking or saying

dictus
dictus
participle
p. of dico

dido
dīdō
verb
[in poetry] to give out

diduco
dīdūcō
verb
to draw apart

diductio
dīductiō
noun
a divergence

diductus
dīductus
participle
p. of diduco

diecula
diēcula
noun
a little while

dies
diēs
noun
day

Diespiter
Diēspiter
noun
Jupiter

diffamo
diffāmō
verb
to make a scandal of

differentia
differentia
noun
a difference

differo
differō
verb
to carry apart

differtus
differtus
adjective
stuffed

difficilis
difficilis
adjective
hard

difficiliter
difficiliter
adverb
with difficulty

difficultas
difficultās
noun
difficulty

difficulter
difficulter
adverb
with difficulty

diffidenter
diffīdenter
adverb
distrustfully

diffidentia
diffīdentia
noun
mistrust

diffido
diffīdō
verb
to distrust

diffindo
diffindō
verb
to cleave asunder

diffingo
diffingō
verb
to transform

diffissus
diffissus
participle
p. of diffindo

diffisus
diffīsus
participle
p. of diffido

diffiteor
diffiteor
verb
to disavow

diffluo
diffluō
verb
to flow in different directions

diffugio
diffugiō
verb
to fly apart

diffugium
diffugium
noun
a dispersion

diffundo
diffundō
verb
to spread by pouring

diffuse
diffūsē
adverb
in a scattered manner

diffusus
diffūsus
adjective
spread abroad

diffututus
diffutūtus
adjective
exhausted by indulgence

digamma
digamma
noun
the digamma

digero
dīgerō
verb
to force apart

digestio
dīgestiō
noun
an enumeration

digitulus
digitulus
noun
a little finger

digitus
digitus
noun
a finger

digladior
dīgladior
verb
to fight for life and death

dignatio
dīgnātiō
noun
honor

digne
dīgnē
adverb
worthily

dignitas
dīgnitās
noun
worth

digno
dīgnō
verb
to deem worthy

dignor
dīgnor
verb
to deem worthy

dignus
dīgnus
adjective
worthy

digredior
dīgredior
verb
to go apart

digressio
dīgressiō
noun
a parting

digressus
dīgressus
noun
a parting

digressus
dīgressus
participle
p. of digredior

digrunnio
dīgrunniō
cross-reference

dii.
diī.
cross-reference
1. Nom. plur. of deus

diiudicatio
dīiūdicātiō
noun
a judging

diiudico
dīiūdicō
verb
to distinguish

diiunctio
dīiūnctiō
noun
a separation

diiunctus
dīiūnctus
adjective
parted

diiungo
dīiungō
verb
to unyoke

dilabor
dīlābor
verb
to fall asunder

dilacero
dīlacerō
verb
to tear to pieces

dilanio
dīlaniō
verb
to tear to pieces

dilapido
dīlapidō
verb
to throw away

dilapsus
dīlapsus
participle
p. of di_la_bor

dilargior
dīlargior
verb
to give liberally

dilatio
dīlātiō
noun
a putting off

dilato
dīlātō
verb
to spread out

dilator
dīlātor
noun
a delayer

dilatus
dīlātus
participle
p. of differo

dilaudo
dīlaudō
verb
to distinguish by praise

dilectus
dīlēctus
adjective
loved

dilectus
dīlēctus
noun
a choosing

diligens
dīligēns
adjective
industrious

diligenter
dīligenter
adverb
industriously

diligentia
dīligentia
noun
attentiveness

diligo
dīligō
verb
to single out

dilorico
dīlōrīcō
verb
to tear open

diluceo
dīlūceō
verb
to be clear

dilucesco
dīlūcēscō
verb
to grow light

dilucide
dīlūcidē
adverb
plainly

dilucidus
dīlūcidus
adjective
clear

diluculum
dīlūculum
noun
daybreak

diludium
dīlūdium
noun
a resting-time

diluo
dīluō
verb
to wash away

dilutus
dīlūtus
adjective
thin

diluvies
dīluviēs
noun
an inundation

diluvium
dīluvium
noun
an inundation

dimacha
dimacha
noun
mounted infantry

dimano
dīmānō
verb
to spread abroad

dimensio
dīmēnsiō
noun
a measuring

dimensus
dīmēnsus
participle
p. of di_metior

dimetior
dīmētior
verb
and pass

dimetor
dīmētor
verb
and pass

dimeto
dīmētō
verb
to measure out

dimicatio
dīmicātiō
noun
a fight

dimico
dīmicō
verb
(di_micuisse)

dimidiatus
dīmidiātus
adjective
halved

dimidium
dīmidium
noun
the half

dimidius
dīmidius
adjective
half

diminuo
dīminuō
cross-reference

diminutio
dīminūtiō
noun
a diminution

dimissio
dīmissiō
noun
a sending out

dimissus
dīmissus
participle
p. of dimitto

dimissus
dīmissus
noun
a deliverance

dimitto
dīmittō
verb
to send different ways

dimminuo
dimminuō
verb
to break to pieces

dimoveo
dīmoveō
verb
to move asunder

Dindymene
Dindymēnē
noun
cybele

dinosco
dīnōscō
verb
to know apart

dinumeratio
dīnumerātiō
noun
a counting over

dinumero
dīnumerō
verb
to count

dioecesis
dioecēsis
noun
a governor's jurisdiction

dioecetes
dioecētēs
noun
an overseer of the revenue

Dionysium
Dionȳsium
noun
the festival of Bacchus

diota
diōta
noun
a twohandled vessel

diploma
diplōma
noun
a letter of recommendation

Dira
Dīra
noun
a fury

dira
dīra
noun
a bad omen

directe
dīrēctē
adverb
in a straight line

directo
dīrēctō
cross-reference

directus
dīrēctus
cross-reference

directus
dīrēctus
adjective
straight

diremptus
dīrēmptus
noun
a separation

diremptus
dīrēmptus
participle
p. of dirimo

direptio
dīreptiō
noun
a plundering

direptor
dīreptor
noun
a plunderer

direptus
dīreptus
participle
p. of diripio

diribeo
diribeō
verb
to separate

diribitio
diribitiō
noun
a separation

diribitor
diribitor
noun
a sorter

dirigo
dīrigō
verb
to distribute

dirigo
dīrigō
verb
to lay straight

dirimo
dirimō
verb
to take apart

diripio
dīripiō
verb
to tear asunder

diritas
dīritās
noun
mischief

dirum
dīrum
noun
[see dirus]

dirumpo
dīrumpō
verb
to break to pieces

diruo
dīruō
verb
to tear asunder

diruptus
dīruptus
participle
p. of dirumpo

dirus
dīrus
adjective
ill - omened

dirutus
dīrutus
participle
p. of diruo

Dis
Dīs
noun
orig. deity

dis
dīs
cross-reference

dis
dīs
adjective
rich

dis
dis
preposition
asunder

discedo
discēdō
verb
to go apart

disceptatio
disceptātiō
noun
a dispute

disceptator
disceptātor
noun
an umpire

disceptatrix
disceptātrīx
noun
an arbitrator

discepto
disceptō
verb
to decide

discerno
discernō
verb
to separate

discerpo
discerpō
verb
to tear in pieces

discessio
discessiō
noun
a separation

discessus
discessus
noun
a going asunder

discessus
discessus
participle
p. of discedo

discidium
dīscidium
noun
a parting

discinctus
discinctus
adjective
ungirt

discindo
dīscindō
verb
to tear asunder

discingo
discingō
verb
to ungird

disciplina
disciplīna
noun
instruction

discipula
discipula
noun
a female scholar

discipulus
discipulus
noun
a learner

discissus
dīscissus
participle
p. of discindo

discludo
disclūdō
verb
to keep apart

disclusus
disclūsus
participle
p. of discludo

disco
discō
verb
to learn

discolor
discolor
adjective
of another color

disconvenio
disconveniō
verb
to disagree

discordia
discordia
noun
disunion

discordiosus
discordiōsus
adjective
full of discord

discordo
discordō
verb
to be at variance

discors
discors
adjective
[people] discordant

discrepans
discrepāns
participle
p. of discrepo

discrepantia
discrepantia
noun
discordance

discrepatio
discrepātiō
noun
a disagreement

discrepo
discrepō
verb
to differ in sound

discretus
discrētus
participle
p. of discerno

discribo
dīscrībō
verb
to distribute

discrimen
discrīmen
noun
that which parts

discrimino
discrīminō
verb
to divide

discriptio
dīscrīptiō
noun
a division

discrucio
discruciō
verb
to rack to pieces

discumbo
discumbō
verb
to lie down

discupio
discupiō
verb
to desire greatly

discurro
discurrō
verb
to run different ways

discursus
discursus
participle
p. of discurro

discursus
discursus
noun
a running to and fro

discus
discus
noun
a quoit

discussus
discussus
participle
p. of discutio

discutio
discutiō
verb
to strike asunder

diserte
disertē
adverb
clearly

disertus
disertus
adjective
skilful

disicio
dīsiciō
verb
to throw asunder

disiectus
disiectus
participle
p. of disicio

disiicio
disiiciō
verb
to throw asunder

disiuncte
disiūnctē
adverb
separately

disiunctio
disiūnctiō
noun
a separation

disiunctus
disiūnctus
adjective
parted

disiungo
disiungō
verb
to unyoke

dispalatus
dispālātus
adjective
straggling

dispar
dispār
adjective
unlike

disparatum
disparātum
noun
[in rhetoric] a direct opposition

dispargo
dīspargō
verb
to scatter

disparilis
disparilis
adjective
dissimilar

disparo
disparō
verb
to part

dispectus
dīspectus
participle
p. of dispicio

dispello
dispellō
verb
to drive asunder

dispendium
dispendium
noun
expense

dispensatio
dispēnsātiō
noun
management

dispensator
dispēnsātor
noun
a steward

dispenso
dispēnsō
verb
to disburse

disperdo
disperdō
verb
to spoil

dispereo
dispereō
verb
to go to ruin

dispergo
dīspergō
verb
to scatter

disperse
dīspersē
adverb
here and there

dispersio
dīspersiō
noun
a destruction

dispersus
dīspersus
participle
p. of dispergo

dispertio
dispertiō
verb
to distribute

dispertior
dispertior
verb
to distribute

dispertitio
dispertītiō
noun
a destruction

dispicio
dīspiciō
verb
to descry

displiceo
displiceō
verb
to displease

displodo
displōdō
verb
to burst

dispono
dispōnō
verb
to place here and there

disposite
dispositē
adverb
orderly

dispositio
dispositiō
noun
a regular disposition

dispositus
dispositus
participle
p. of dispono

dispositus
dispositus
noun
a disposition

dispudet
dispudet
verb
impers

dispulsus
dispulsus
participle
p. of dispello

disputatio
disputātiō
noun
an argument

disputator
disputātor
noun
a disputer

disputo
disputō
verb
to weigh

disquiro
disquīrō
verb
to inquire diligently

disquisitio
disquīsītiō
noun
an inquiry

disrumpo
disrumpō
cross-reference

disrumpo
disrumpō
verb
to break to pieces

disruptus
disruptus
cross-reference

dissaepio
dissaepiō
verb
(not -se_pio_)

dissemino
dissēminō
verb
to spread abroad

dissensio
dissēnsiō
noun
difference of opinion

dissensus
dissēnsus
noun
dissension

dissensus
dissēnsus
participle
p. of dissentio

dissentaneus
dissentāneus
adjective
disagreeing

dissentio
dissentiō
verb
to differ

disserenasco
disserēnāscō
verb
to clear up

dissero
disserō
verb
to examine

dissero
disserō
verb
to plant here and there

dissertio
dissertiō
noun
a gradual destruction

disserto
dissertō
verb
to discuss

dissertus
dissertus
adjective
skilful

dissicio
dissiciō
verb
to throw asunder

dissideo
dissideō
verb
to sit apart

dissignatio
dissīgnātiō
noun
an arrangement (v. l. for designatio)

dissignator
dissīgnātor
noun
an undertaker

dissigno
dissīgnō
verb
to unseal

dissilio
dissiliō
verb
to leap asunder

dissimilis
dissimilis
adjective
unlike

dissimiliter
dissimiliter
adverb
differently

dissimilitudo
dissimilitūdō
noun
unlikeness

dissimulanter
dissimulanter
adverb
dissemblingly

dissimulantia
dissimulantia
noun
a dissembling

dissimulatio
dissimulātiō
noun
a disguising

dissimulator
dissimulātor
noun
a dissembler

dissimulo
dissimulō
verb
to make unlike

dissipabilis
dissipābilis
adjective
that may be dispersed

dissipatio
dissipātiō
noun
a scattering

dissipatus
dissipātus
adjective
scattering

dissipo
dissipō
verb
to spread abroad

dissociabilis
dissociābilis
adjective
separating

dissociatio
dissociātiō
noun
a separation

dissocio
dissociō
verb
to put out of union

dissolubilis
dissolūbilis
adjective
that may be dissolved

dissolute
dissolūtē
adverb
loosely

dissolutio
dissolūtiō
noun
a dissolving

dissolutus
dissolūtus
adjective
of discourse

dissolvo
dissolvō
verb
to take apart

dissonus
dissonus
adjective
dissonant

dissors
dissors
adjective
of a different fate

dissuadeo
dissuādeō
verb
to advise against

dissuasio
dissuāsiō
noun
a remonstrance

dissuasor
dissuāsor
noun
an objector

dissulto
dissultō
verb
to leap apart

dissuo
dissuō
verb
to rip open

dissupo
dissupō
verb
to spread abroad

dissupo
dissupō
cross-reference

dissutus
dissūtus
participle
p. of dissuo

distaedet
distāedet
verb
impers

distans
dīstāns
adjective
[in space] remote

distantia
dīstantia
noun
remoteness

distendo
distendō
verb
to stretch asunder

distentus
distentus
adjective
distended

distentus
distentus
adjective
engaged

distermino
disterminō
verb
to divide

distillo
dīstīllō
verb
to drip

distincte
dīstinctē
adverb
with precision

distinctio
dīstinctiō
noun
a distinguishing

distinctus
dīstinctus
noun
only abl. sing.

distinctus
dīstinctus
adjective
separated

distineo
distineō
verb
to keep asunder

distinguo
dīstinguō
verb
to separate

disto
dīstō
verb
to stand apart

distorqueo
distorqueō
verb
to turn awry

distortio
distortiō
noun
a distorting

distortus
distortus
adjective
distorted

distractio
distractiō
noun
a pulling asunder

distractus
distractus
participle
p. of distraho

distraho
distrahō
verb
to pull asunder

distribuo
distribuō
verb
to divide

distribute
distribūte
adverb
orderly

distributio
distribūtiō
noun
a division

distributus
distribūtus
participle
p. of distribuo

districtus
dīstrictus
adjective
drawn in opposite ways

distringo
dīstringō
verb
to draw asunder

distuli
distulī
cross-reference
perf. of differo

disturbatio
disturbātiō
noun
destruction

disturbo
disturbō
verb
to drive asunder

ditesco
dītēscō
verb
to grow rich

dithyrambicus
dīthyrambicus
adjective
dithyrambic

dithyrambus
dīthyrambus
noun
a dithyramb

ditia
dītia
noun
wealth

ditio
ditiō
noun
dominion

dito
dītō
verb
to enrich

diu
diū
adverb
by day

diurnus
diurnus
adjective
of the day

dius
dīus
adjective
godlike

diutinus
diūtinus
adjective
of long duration

diutissime
diūtissimē
adverb
the longest time

diutius
diūtius
adverb
a longer time

diuturnitas
diūturnitās
noun
length of time

diuturnus
diūturnus
adjective
of long duration

diva
dīva
noun
a goddess

divarico
dīvāricō
verb
to spread asunder

divello
dīvellō
verb
to tear apart

divendo
dīvēndō
verb
to sell out

diverbero
dīverberō
verb
to strike asunder

diverbium
dīverbium
noun
a dialogue

diverse
dīversē
adverb
in different directions

diversitas
dīversitās
noun
contrariety

diversor
dīversor
noun
a guest

diversorium
dīversōrium
noun
an inn

diversorium
dīversōrium
cross-reference

diversus
dīversus
adjective
turned different ways

diverticulum
dīverticulum
noun
a by-road

divertium
dīvertium
noun
a parting

divertor
dīvertor
verb
to turn away

diverto
dīvertō
verb
to turn away

dives
dīves
adjective
rich

divexo
dīvexō
verb
to pull asunder

divido
dīvidō
verb
to divide

dividuus
dīviduus
adjective
divisible

divinatio
dīvīnātiō
noun
miraculous knowledge

divine
dīvīnē
adverb
by divine inspiration

divinitas
dīvīnitās
noun
godhead

divinitus
dīvīnitus
adverb
from heaven

divino
dīvīnō
verb
to foresee

divinus
dīvīnus
adjective
of a god

divisio
dīvīsiō
noun
a division

divisor
dīvīsor
noun
one who distributes

divisus
dīvīsus
noun
a division

divisus
dīvīsus
participle
p. of divido

divitia
dīvitia
noun
riches

divolgatus
dīvolgātus
adjective
widespread

divolgo
dīvolgō
verb
to spread among the people

divolsus
dīvolsus
participle
p. of divello

divorse
dīvorsē
adverb
in different directions

divorsus
dīvorsus
adjective
turned different ways

divortium
dīvortium
noun
a parting

divulgatus
dīvulgātus
adjective
widespread

divulgo
dīvulgō
verb
to spread among the people

divum
dīvum
noun
the sky

divus
dīvus
adjective
of a deity

divus
dīvus
noun
a god

do
verb
to hand over

doceo
doceō
verb
to cause to know

dochmius
dochmius
noun
the dochmius (a foot in verse

docilis
docilis
adjective
easily taught

docilitas
docilitās
noun
teachableness

docte
doctē
adverb
learnedly

doctor
doctor
noun
a teacher

doctrina
doctrīna
noun
teaching

doctus
doctus
adjective
learned

documentum
documentum
noun
a lesson

Dodona
Dōdōna
noun
a city of Epirus

dodrans
dōdrāns
noun
a quarter off

dodrantarius
dōdrantārius
adjective
of three fourths

dogma
dogma
noun
a philosophic tenet

dolabra
dolābra
noun
a mattock

dolens
dolēns
adjective
causing pain

dolenter
dolenter
adverb
painfully

doleo
doleō
verb
to feel pain

doliolum
dōliolum
noun
a small cask

dolium
dōlium
noun
a large

dolo
dolō
verb
to chip with an axe

dolo
dolō
noun
an ironpointed staff

dolon
dolōn
noun
an ironpointed staff

dolor
dolor
noun
pain

dolose
dolōsē
adverb
craftily

dolosus
dolōsus
adjective
crafty

dolus
dolus
noun
a device

domabilis
domābilis
adjective
tamable

domesticus
domesticus
adjective
of the house

domicilium
domicilium
noun
a habitation

domina
domina
noun
a mistress

dominans
domināns
adjective
ruling

dominatio
dominātiō
noun
rule

dominator
dominātor
noun
a ruler

dominatrix
dominātrīx
noun
a female ruler

dominatus
dominātus
noun
rule

dominium
dominium
noun
a feast

dominor
dominor
verb
to be lord

domino
dominō
verb
to rule

dominus
dominus
noun
a master

domiporta
domiporta
noun
the house carrier

domito
domitō
verb
to tame

domitor
domitor
noun
a tamer

domitrix
domitrīx
noun
a tamer

domitus
domitus
noun
a taming

domitus
domitus
participle
p. of domo

domna
domna
noun
a mistress

domo
domō
verb
to domesticate

domus
domus
noun
a house

domus
domus
noun
a house

donarium
dōnārium
noun
a place of offerings

donatio
dōnātiō
noun
a presenting

donativum
dōnātīvum
noun
a largess

donec
dōnec
conjunction
as long as

donicum
dōnicum
conjunction
conj

dono
dōnō
verb
to give as a present

donum
dōnum
noun
a gift

dormio
dormiō
verb
to sleep

dormito
dormītō
verb
to be sleepy

dorsum
dorsum
noun
the back (of a beast of burden)

dos
dōs
noun
a marriage portion

Dossennus
Dossennus
noun
a clown (in Plautus)

dotalis
dōtālis
adjective
of a dowry

dotatus
dōtātus
adjective
well endowed

doto
dōtō
verb
to endow

drachma
drachma
noun
a drachma

draco
dracō
noun
a serpent

draconigena
dracōnigena
noun
dragonborn

dragma
dragma
cross-reference

dragma
dragma
noun
a drachma

dromas
dromas
noun
a dromedary

Druida
Druida
noun
the Druids

Druis
Druis
noun
the Druids

Dryades
Dryades
noun
wood-nymphs

dubie
dubiē
adverb
usu. with a negative (haud

dubitabilis
dubitābilis
adjective
doubtful

dubitans
dubitāns
adjective
wavering

dubitanter
dubitanter
adverb
doubtingly

dubitatio
dubitātiō
noun
uncertainty

dubito
dubitō
verb
to waver in opinion

dubius
dubius
adjective
moving two ways

ducentesimus
ducentēsimus
adjective
the two hundredth

ducentiens
ducentiēns
adverb
two hundred times

ducenties
ducentiēs
adverb
two hundred times

ducenus
ducēnus
adjective
[distributive] two hundred each

duco
dūcō
verb
to lead

ducto
ductō
verb
to lead

ductor
ductor
noun
a leader

ductus
ductus
participle
p. of duco

ductus
ductus
noun
a leading

dudum
dūdum
adverb
a short time ago

duellum
duellum
noun
war

duim
duim
cross-reference

dulce
dulce
adverb
agreeably

dulcedo
dulcēdō
noun
sweetness

dulcesco
dulcēscō
verb
to become sweet

dulciculus
dulciculus
adjective
sweetish

dulcis
dulcis
adjective
sweet

dulciter
dulciter
adverb
agreeably

dulcitudo
dulcitūdō
noun
sweetness

dum
dum
conjunction
while

dum
dum
adverb
while

dumetum
dūmētum
noun
thorn bushes

dummetum
dummētum
noun
thorn bushes

dummodo
dummodo
conjunction
[plus subjunctive] provided (that)

dummosus
dummōsus
adjective
full of thorn-bushes

dumosus
dūmōsus
adjective
full of thorn-bushes

dumtaxat
dumtaxat
adverb
[properly] while one examines

dumus
dūmus
noun
a thorn-bush

duo
duo
adjective
two

duodeciens
duodeciēns
adverb
twelve times

duodecies
duodeciēs
adverb
twelve times

duodecim
duodecim
adjective
twelve

duodecimus
duodecimus
adjective
the twelfth

duodeni
duodēnī
adjective
twelve each

duodequadragesimus
duodēquadrāgēsimus
adjective
num ord.

duodequadraginta
duodēquadrāgintā
adjective
num

duodequinquagesimus
duodēquīnquāgēsimus
adjective
num ord.

duodetriciens
duodētrīciēns
adverb
num

duodetriginta
duodētrīgintā
adjective
num

duodevicenus
duodēvīcēnus
adjective
eighteen each

duodeviginti
duodēvīgintī
adjective
eighteen

duo de xxx
duo dē xxx
adjective
num

duoetvicesimani
duoetvīcēsimānī
noun
soldiers of the twenty-second legion

duoetvicesimus
duoetvīcēsimus
adjective
the twenty-second

duonus
duonus
adjective
good

duovir
duovir
noun
a board of two persons

duoviratus
duovirātus
noun
the office of a duumvir

duplex
duplex
adjective
twofold

duplicarius
duplicārius
noun
a soldier under double pay

dupliciter
dupliciter
adverb
in two ways

duplico
duplicō
verb
to double

duplus
duplus
adjective
double

dupondius
dupondius
noun
two asses

durabilis
dūrābilis
adjective
lasting

duratus
dūrātus
participle
p. of duro

dure
dūrē
adverb
hardly

duresco
dūrēscō
verb
to grow hard

duritas
dūritās
noun
harshness

duriter
dūriter
adverb
roughly

duritia
dūritia
noun
hardness

durities
dūritiēs
cross-reference

duro
dūrō
verb
[transitively] to make hard

durus
dūrus
adjective
[to the touch] hard

duumvir
duūmvir
noun
a board of two persons

duumviratus
duūmvirātus
noun
the office of a duumvir

dux
dux
noun
a leader

dynastes
dynastēs
noun
a ruler

 
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