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d
d
noun
at

D
D
noun
at

Daa
Daa
noun
a Scythian tribe beyond the Caspian Sea

Daae
Daaē
adverb

Dabanegoris Regio
Dabanegoris Regiō
expression
a part of Arabia

Dabar
Dabar
noun
a Numidian

dabla
dabla
noun
a kind of Arabian palm

Dacia
Dācia
noun
Dacia

Dacicus
Dācicus
adjective
adj.

Dacicus
Dacicus
noun
a piece of gold coined under Domitian

Daciscus
Dāciscus
adjective
adj.

Dacius
Dacius
adjective
adj.

dacrima
dacrima
cross-reference

dactylicus
dactylicus
adjective
dactylic

Dactyli Idaei
Dactyli Idaeī
expression
a mythic body of men originally placed on Mt. Ida

dactyliotheca
dactyliothēca
noun
A casket to keep rings in

dactylis
dactylis
noun
a kind of grape

dactylis
dactylis
cross-reference
A kind of grape

Dactylus
Dactylus
noun

dactylus
dactylus
noun
A sort of muscle

Dacus
Dācus
adjective

Dacus
Dācus
adjective
adj.

Dacus
Dācus
noun
the Dacians

Dacus
Dācus
noun
the Dacians

Dadastana
Dadastana
noun
a city of Bithynia

Dadastana
Dadastana
noun

daduchus
dādūchus
noun
the torch - bearer

daedale
daedalē
adverb
artistically

daedale
daedalē
adverb
skilfully

Daedaleus
Daedaleus
adjective
Daedalian

Daedaleus
Daedalēus
adjective
Daedalian

Daedalicus
Daedalicus
adjective
adj.

Daedalion
Daedaliōn
noun
king of Trachis

Daedalum
Daedalum
noun
A fortified place in Caria

Daedalus
Daedalus
noun
The mythical Athenian architect of the times of Theseus and Minos

daedalus
daedalus
adjective
artificial

daemon
daemōn
noun
a spirit

Daemon
Daemon
noun
the name of a Greek sculptor

Daemones
Daemonēs
noun
the name of an old man

daemoniacus
daemoniacus
adjective
pertaining to an evil spirit

daemoniacus
daemoniacus
noun
a demoniac

daemonicola
daemonicola
noun
a worshipper of devils

daemonicus
daemonicus
adjective
belonging to an evil spirit

daemonium
daemonium
noun
A lesser divinity

Daesitiata
Daesitiāta
noun
a people in the south of Pannonia Superior

dagnadis
dagnadis
noun
a kind of birds in Egypt

Daha
Daha
cross-reference

Daha
Daha
noun
a Scythian tribe beyond the Caspian Sea

Dahippus
Dahippus
noun
a sculptor

Daiphron
Daiphron
noun
a Grecian sculptor

Dalion
Dalion
noun
A physician

dalivus
dalivus
cross-reference
supinus

Dalmata
Dalmata
noun
the Dalmatians

Dalmatensis
Dalmatensis
adjective
adj.

Dalmatia (delm
Dalmatia (delm
prefix
the country on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea

Dalmatica
Dalmatica
noun
a long undergarment of Dalmatian wool

Dalmaticatus
Dalmaticātus
adjective
clothed in such a garment

Dalmaticus
Dalmaticus
adjective
adj.

Dalmaticus
Dalmaticus
noun
surname of

Dama
Dāma
noun
name of a slave

dama
dama
noun
a fallow deer

dama
dāma
noun

damalio
damaliō
noun
a calf

Damalis
Damalis
noun
the name of a woman

Damascena
Damascēna
noun
the region about Damascus

Damascene
Damascene
noun
the region about Damascus

Damascenus
Damascēnus
adjective
of Damascus

Damascenvs
Damascenvs
adjective
of Damascus

Damascus
Damascus
noun
Dammesek

Damascus
Damascus
adjective
of Damascus

Damasichthon
Damasichthōn
noun
son of Amphion and Niobe

Damasippus
Damasippus
noun
a follower of Marius

damasonion
damasōnion
noun
a plant

damium
dāmium
noun

damiurgus
dāmiurgus
noun
The chief magistrate in some of the Grecian states

damiurgus
dāmiurgus
noun

damma
damma
noun
a fallow deer

dammula
dammula
noun
a little fallow-deer

dammula
dammula
noun

damnabilis
damnābilis
adjective
worthy of condemnation

damnabiliter
damnābiliter
adverb
culpably

damnas
damnas
adjective
bound to make a gift or contribution

damnaticius
damnāticius
adjective
condemned

damnatio
damnātiō
noun
condemnation

damnatius
damnātius
adjective
condemned

damnator
damnātor
noun
one who condemns

damnatorius
damnātōrius
adjective
damnatory

damnatus
damnātus
adjective

damnaustra
damnaustra
cross-reference

damnifico
damnificō
verb
to injure

damnificus
damnificus
adjective
injurious

damnigerulus
damnigerulus
adjective
injurious

damno
damnō
verb
to occasion loss or damage to

damnose
damnōsē
adverb
injuriously

damnosus
damnōsus
adjective
full of injury

damnum
damnum
noun
hurt

Damocles
Dāmoclēs
noun
a courtier of Dionysius the younger

Damocles
Dāmōclēs
noun
a courtier of Dionysius the younger

Damoetas
Dāmoetās
noun
name of a shepherd

Damon
Dāmon
noun
A Pythagorean

dampno
dampnō
cross-reference

damula
dāmula
noun
a little fallow-deer

Danae
Danaē
noun
daughter of Acrisius

Danaeius
Danaēius
adjective
pertaining to Danae

Danai
Danaī
adverb

Danaida
Danaida
noun
the Greeks

Danaidis
Danaidis
noun
the daughters of Danaus

Danaster
Danaster
noun
a river forming the boundary between Dacia and Sarmatia

Danaus
Danaus
noun
the Danai

Danaus
Danaus
noun
son of Belus

Danaus
Danaus
adjective
Greek

Dandarica
Dandarica
adverb

Dandaridae
Dandaridaē
adverb

Dandarus
Dandarus
noun
a Scythian tribe in Asiatic Sarmatia

dane
danē
adverb

Dania
Dānia
noun
Denmark

Danicus
Dānicus
adjective
adj.

Daniel
Daniēl
noun
the Hebrew prophet

danista
danīsta
noun
a money-lender

danisticus
danīsticus
adjective
money-lending

Dannuvinus
Dannuvīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Danube

dano
danō
cross-reference
ad init

Danus
Dānus
noun
the Danes

Danuvinus
Dānuvīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Danube

Danuviubius
Dānuviubius
noun
the Danube

Danuvius
Dānuvius
noun
the Danube

dapalis
dapālis
adjective
belonging to a sacrificial feast

dapatice
dapāticē
adverb

dapaticus
dapāticus
adverb

Daphitadas
Daphitadās
noun
a sophist of Telmessus

Daphitas
Daphitās
noun
a sophist of Telmessus

Daphnaeus
Daphnaeus
adjective
of or at Daphne

daphne
daphnē
noun
the laurel-tree

Daphne
Daphnē
noun
The daughter of the river-god Peneus

daphne
dāphnē
noun
the laurel-tree

Daphnensis
Daphnensis
adjective
belonging to Daphne

daphnia
daphnia
noun
an unknown precious stone

Daphnis
Daphnis
noun
A son of Mercury

daphnoides
dāphnoīdēs
noun
A sort of

daphnon
daphnōn
noun
a laurel-grove

dapifer
dapifer
noun
a servant who waited at table

dapifex
dapifex
noun
a servant who prepared food

dapino
dapinō
verb
to serve up

dapis
dapis
noun
a solemn feast for religious purposes

daps
daps
noun
a solemn feast for religious purposes

dapsile
dapsilē
adverb
sumptuously

dapsile
dapsile
adverb

dapsilis
dapsilis
adjective
sumptuous

dapsiliter
dapsiliter
adverb

dardanarius
dardanārius
noun
a speculator in corn

Dardania
Dardania
noun
their country

Dardania
Dardania
noun
the city Dardania

Dardanides
Dardanidēs
noun
son or descendant of Dardanus

Dardanis
Dardanis
noun
adj.

Dardanius
Dardanius
adjective
of Dardanus

Dardanius
Dardanius
adjective
adj.

Dardanus
Dardanus
adjective

Dardanus
Dardanus
adjective
adj.

Dardanus
Dardanus
noun
a people in Upper Moesia

Dardanus
Dardanus
noun
The son of Jupiter and Electra of Arcadia

Dares
Dares
noun
A boxer

Dareus
Dārēus
noun
the gold coin stamped under Darius

Darius
Darīus
adjective
of Darius

Darius
Dārīus
noun
the gold coin stamped under Darius

dasea
dasēa
noun
the rough-breathing

dasia
dasīa
noun
the rough-breathing

Dassarensis
Dassarensis
noun
a people of Illyria

Dassaresius
Dassaresius
noun
a people of Illyria

Dassareta
Dassarēta
noun
a people of Illyria

dasypus
dasypūs
noun
a sort of rabbit

datarius
datārius
adjective
to be given away

datatim
datātim
adverb
giving in turn or reciprocally

dathiatum
dathiātum
noun
a reddish sort of incense

datio
datiō
noun
the act of giving

Datis
Dātis
noun
a general of the Medes

dativus
datīvus
adjective
of or belonging to giving

dativus
dativus
noun
the dative

dato
datō
verb
v. a. frequent

dator
dator
noun
a giver

datum
datum
noun
gifts

datus
datus
noun
a giving

Daucius
Daucius
adjective
of Daucus

daucon
daucon
noun
a plant of the parsnip or carrot kind

daucum
daucum
noun
a plant of the parsnip or carrot kind

daucus
daucus
noun
a plant of the parsnip or carrot kind

Daulias
Daulias
noun
adj.

Daulis
Daulis
adjective
Daulian

Daulis
Daulis
noun
a city of Phocis

Dauniacus
Dauniacus
adjective
adj.

Daunias
Daunias
noun
the province Daunia

Daunius
Daunius
noun
the inhabitants of

Daunius
Daunius
adjective
adj.

Daunus
Daunus
noun
a fabulous king over a part of Apulia

dautia
dautia
cross-reference

David
Dāvīd
noun
the second king of the Jews

Davidicus
Dāvīdicus
adjective
of or belonging to David

Davos
Davos
noun
a name given to Roman slaves

Davus
Dāvus
noun
a name given to Roman slaves

de
adverb
down

de
preposition
from

dea
dea
noun
a goddess

deacinatus
deacinātus
adjective
cleared from the grapes

deactio
deactiō
cross-reference
a finishing

dealbatio
dealbātiō
noun
a whitewashing

dealbator
dealbātor
noun
who whitens over

dealbatus
dealbātus
adjective
P. a.

dealbo
dealbō
verb
to whiten over

deambulacrum
deambulācrum
noun
a place to walk in

deambulatio
deambulātiō
noun
a walking abroad

deambulatorium
deambulātōrium
noun
a gallery for walking

deambulo
deambulō
verb
to walk abroad

deamo
deamō
verb
to be desperately in love with

Deana
Deāna
noun

deargento
deargentō
verb
To deprive of money

deargumentor
deargūmentor
verb

dearmo
dearmō
verb
to disarm

deartuo
deartuō
verb
to dismember

deascio
deasciō
verb
to hew or cut with an axe

deaurator
deaurātor
noun
a gilder

deauro
deaurō
verb
to gild

debacchatio
dēbacchātiō
noun
passionate raving

debacchor
dēbacchor
verb
to rage

debatuo
dēbātuō
verb
to beat or thrust severely

debellator
dēbellātor
noun
a conqueror

debellatrix
dēbellātrix
noun
a conqueress

debello
dēbellō
verb
to fight out

debens
debens
verb
to owe

debeo
dēbeō
verb
to owe

debibo
dēbibō
verb
to drink of

debilis
dēbilis
adjective
lame

debilitas
dēbilitās
noun
lameness

debilitatio
dēbilitātiō
noun
a laming

debiliter
dēbiliter
adverb
infirmly

debilito
dēbilitō
verb
to lame

debitio
dēbitiō
noun
an owing

debitor
dēbitor
noun
a debtor

debitrix
dēbitrix
noun
a female debtor

debitum
dēbitum
noun

Debitum
Dēbitum
noun
what is due

Debitum
Dēbitum
noun
what is owing

deblatero
dēblaterō
verb
to prate of

debuccino
debuccinō
verb
to trumpet forth

debucino
dēbūcinō
verb
to trumpet forth

decachinno
dēcachinnō
verb
to deride

decachordum
decachordum
noun
a musical instrument of ten strings

decachordus
decachordus
adjective
ten-stringed

decacuminatio
dēcacūminātiō
noun
a lopping

decacumino
dēcacūminō
verb
to cut the top off

decalantico
dēcalanticō
verb
to deprive of one's hood

decalco
dēcalcō
cross-reference
to plaster with lime

decalefacio
dēcalefaciō
verb
to warm thoroughly

decalesco
dēcalescō
verb
to become warm

decalicator
dēcalicātor
noun
a hard drinker

decalicatum
dēcalicātum
cross-reference

decalogus
decalogus
noun
the decalogue

decalvatio
dēcalvātiō
noun
the making bald

decalvo
dēcalvō
verb

decanicum
decānicum
noun
a building belonging to the church

decanium
decānium
noun
divisions of the zodiac

decano
dēcanō
verb
to celebrate by singing

decantatio
dēcantātiō
noun
talkativeness

decanto
dēcantō
verb
To sing

decanus
decānus
noun
A chief of ten

decaprotia
decāprōtīa
noun
the office and dignity of the

decaprotia
decaprōtīa
noun
the office and dignity of the

decaprotus
decāprōtus
noun
the ten chief men

decaprotus
decaprōtus
noun
the ten chief men

decargyrum
decargyrum
noun
a large silver coin

decarmino
dēcarminō
verb
to make prose

decarno
dēcarnō
verb
to take off the flesh

decas
decas
noun
a decade

decastylos
decastylos
noun
having ten columns

decaulesco
dēcaulescō
verb
to form a stem

Decebalus
Decebalus
noun
a Dacian king

decedo
dēcēdō
verb
to go away

Decelea
Decelēa
noun
a demos in Attica

Deceleia
Decelēīa
noun
a demos in Attica

decello
dēcellō
verb
to turn aside

decem
decem
adjective
ten

December
December
adjective
the tenth month of the Roman year

December
December
adjective
a Roman surname

decemjugis
decemjugis
noun
ten-yoked

decemmestris
decemmestris
adjective
of ten months

decemmodia
decemmodia
noun
baskets holding each ten modii

decemmodius
decemmodius
adjective
containing ten modii

decempeda
decempeda
noun
a ten-foot measuring rod

decempedalis
decempedālis
adjective
ten feet long

decempedator
decempedātor
noun
a land-measurer

decemplex
decemplex
noun
tenfold

decemplicatus
decemplicātus
adjective
multiplied by ten

decemprimatus
decemprīmātus
adverb

decemprimatus
decemprīmātus
noun
Their dignity

decemprimi
decemprīmi
adverb

Decemprimus
Decemprīmus
noun
the heads or presidents of the ten decuriae which usually formed the senate in an Italian city or Roman colony

Decem primus
Decem primus
noun
the heads or presidents of the ten decuriae which usually formed the senate in an Italian city or Roman colony

decemremis
decemrēmis
adjective
ten-oared

decemscalmus
decemscalmus
adjective
ten-thowled

decemvir
decemvir
noun

decemviralis
decemvirālis
adjective
decemviral

decemviraliter
decemvirāliter
adverb

decemviratus
decemvirātus
noun
the decemvirate

decemviri
decemvirī
noun
a college or commission of ten men

decennalis
decennālis
adjective
of ten years

decenne
decenne
noun
a festival under the emperors

decennis
decennis
adjective
of ten years

decennium
decennium
noun
A period of ten years

decennovalis
decennovālis
adjective
of nineteen years

Decennovium
Decennovium
noun
the Pomptine Marshes

decens
decens
adjective
seemly

decens
decens
adjective

decenter
decenter
adverb
becomingly

decentia
decentia
noun
comeliness

Decentiacus
Decentiacus
adjective

Decentiacus
Decentiacus
noun
his adherents

Decentius
Decentius
noun
a general of Magnentius

deceo
deceō
verb
It is seemly

deceptio
dēceptiō
noun
a deceiving

deceptor
dēceptor
noun
a deceiver

deceptorius
dēceptōrius
adjective
deceitful

deceptrix
dēceptrix
noun
she that deceives

deceptus
dēceptus
noun
deception

deceptus
dēceptus
adjective

deceris
decēris
noun
a ten-oared ship

decermine
dēcermine
noun
leaves and boughs plucked off

decerno
dēcernō
verb
To decide

decerpo
dēcerpō
verb
to pluck off

decerptor
dēcerptor
noun
one who plucks or excerpts

decertatio
dēcertātiō
noun
the decision of a dispute

decertator
dēcertātor
noun
he who goes through a decisive contest

decerto
dēcertō
verb
a.

decervicatus
dēcervīcātus
adjective
decollated

decessio
dēcessiō
noun
a going away

decessor
dēcessor
noun
one who retires from a province he has governed

decessus
dēcessus
noun
a going away

Decetia
Decetia
noun
a town of the Aedui in

decharmido
dēcharmidō
verb
to un-Charmidize

Decianus
Deciānus
adjective
of or belonging to Decius

Decianus
Deciānus
adjective

Decianus
Deciānus
noun
a Roman surname

Deciates
Deciātes
noun
a people

Decidius
Dēcidius
noun
a Roman proper name

Decidius
Decidius
noun
a Roman proper name

decido
dēcidō
verb
to fall off

decido
dēcīdō
verb
to cut off

deciduus
dēciduus
adjective
falling down or off

deciens
deciens
adjective
ten times

decies
deciēs
adjective
ten times

decima
decima
noun
the tenth part

Decima
Decima
noun
proper names

decima
decima
noun

decimanus
decimānus
adjective
of or belonging to the tenth part

decimarius
decimārius
adjective
pertaining to tithes

decimatio
decimātiō
noun
the taking of a tenth

decimatrus
decimātrus
cross-reference
a holiday of the Falisci

Decimianus
Decimiānus
adjective
adj.

decimo
decimō
verb
To select by lot every tenth man for punishment

decimodia
decimodia
cross-reference

decimum
decimum
adverb
for the tenth time

decimus
decimus
adjective
the tenth

Decimus
Decimus
noun
proper names

decineratus
dēcinerātus
adjective
wholly turned to ashes

decineresco
dēcinerescō
verb
to be wholly reduced to ashes

decio
dēciō
verb
to give an official intimation

decipio
dēcipiō
verb
to catch

decipula
dēcipula
noun
a snare

decipulum
dēcipulum
noun
a snare

decircino
dēcircinō
verb
to make of a circular form

decisio
dēcīsiō
noun
A diminishing

decisus
dēcīsus
adjective

decitans
dēcitans
adjective
causing to glide down

Decius
Decius
adjective
of or belonging to Decius

Decius
Decius
cross-reference
An ancient Italian praenomen

declamatio
dēclāmātiō
noun
Exercise in oratorical delivery

declamatiuncula
dēclāmātiuncula
noun
a little exercise in speaking

declamator
dēclāmātor
noun
one who practises set speaking

declamatorie
dēclāmātōriē
adverb
in a rhetorical manner

declamatorius
dēclāmātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to the exercise of speaking

declamito
dēclāmitō
verb
v

declamo
dēclāmō
verb
to exercise one's self in rhetorical delivery

declaratio
dēclārātiō
noun
a making clear or evident

declarative
dēclārātīvē
adverb
by way of explanation

declarativus
dēclārātīvus
adjective
serving for explanation

declarator
dēclārātor
noun
one who declares or makes known

declaro
dēclārō
verb
to make clear

declinabilis
dēclīnābilis
adjective
that can be

declinatio
dēclīnātiō
noun
a bending from

declinatus
dēclīnātus
noun
variation

declinis
dēclīnis
adjective
turning aside

declino
dēclīnō
verb
to bend from

declive
declive
noun
a declivity

declivis
dēclīvis
adjective
inclining downwards

declivitas
dēclīvitās
noun
a sloping place

decliviter
dēclīviter
adverb
in a sloping manner

decocta
dēcocta
noun
an icy-cold decoction

decoctio
dēcoctiō
noun
a boiling down

decoctius
dēcoctius
adjective
riper

decoctor
dēcoctor
noun
one who has squandered his own or another's property

decoctum
dēcoctum
noun
a medicinal drink

decoctus
dēcoctus
noun
a boiling down

decollatio
dēcollātiō
cross-reference
a beheading

decollo
dēcollō
verb
To take off from the neck

decolo
dēcōlō
verb
to come to naught

decolor
dēcolor
adjective
deprived of its natural color

decolorate
dēcolōrātē
adverb
degenerately

decoloratio
dēcolōrātiō
noun
a discoloring

decoloro
dēcolōrō
verb
to deprive of its natural color

decompositus
dēcompositus
adjective
formed or derived from a compound word

deconcilio
dēconciliō
verb
to deprive of

decondo
dēcondō
verb
v. a.

decontor
dēcontor
verb

decoquo
dēcoquō
verb
To boil away

decor
decor
noun
charms

decor
decor
noun
what is seemly

decor
decor
adjective
ornamented

decoramen
decorāmen
noun
ornament

decoramentum
decorāmentum
noun
ornament

decoratus
decorātus
adjective
P. a.

decore
decōrē
adverb
suitably

decorio
dēcoriō
verb
to deprive of the skin or outer covering

decoris
decoris
adjective
ornamented

decoriter
decoriter
adverb
elegantly

decoro
decorō
verb
to decorate

decorosus
decorōsus
adjective
elegant

decorticatio
dēcorticātiō
noun
a barking

decortico
dēcorticō
verb
to deprive of the bark: to bark

decorum
decōrum
noun
that which is seemly

decorus
decōrus
adjective
Becoming

decotes
decotes
cross-reference

decrementum
dēcrēmentum
noun
a diminution

decremo
dēcremō
verb
to burn up

decrepitus
dēcrepitus
adjective
very old

decrescentia
dēcrescentia
noun
a decreasing

decresco
dēcrescō
verb
to grow less

decretalis
dēcrētālis
adjective
belonging to or depending on a decree

decretio
dēcrētiō
noun
a decision

decretorius
dēcrētōrius
adjective
belonging to a decision

decretum
dēcrētum
noun
a decree

decretum
dēcrētum
noun
A decree

decretus
dēcrētus
adjective

decrusto
dēcrustō
verb
to peel off

decubo
dēcubō
verb
to lie away from

deculco
dēculcō
verb
to tread down

deculpatus
dēculpātus
adjective
faulty

decultarunt
dēcultārunt
cross-reference

decuma
decuma
noun

decuma
decuma
noun
the tenth part

decumana
decumāna
noun
a farmer of tithes

decumanus
decumānus
noun
a farmer of tithes

decumanus
decumānus
noun
Of the tenth cohort

decumanus
decumānus
adjective
of or belonging to the tenth part

decumanus
decumānus
adjective

decumas
decumas
adjective
belonging to tithes

decumatus
decumātus
adjective
P. a.

decumbo
dēcumbō
verb
To lie down

decumo
decumō
verb
To select by lot every tenth man for punishment

decumus
decumus
adjective
the tenth

decuncis
decuncis
noun
a measure or weight of ten unciae

decunctor
dēcunctor
verb

decunctor
dēcunctor
verb

decunx
decunx
cross-reference

decuplatus
decūplātus
adjective
tenfold

decuplatus
decuplātus
adjective
tenfold

decuplus
decuplus
adjective
tenfold

decures
decures
noun

decuria
decuria
noun
a division consisting of ten

decurialis
decuriālis
adjective
of or belonging to a decuria

decuriatim
decuriātim
adverb
by decuriae

decuriatio
decuriātiō
noun
a dividing into decuriae

decuriatus
decuriātus
noun
a dividing into decuriae

decurio
decuriō
noun
the head or chief of a decuria

decurio
decuriō
verb
to divide into decuriae

decurionalis
decuriōnālis
adjective
belonging to a decurion

decurionatus
decuriōnātus
noun
the office and dignity of a decurion

decurionus
decuriōnus
cross-reference

decurro
dēcurrō
verb
a.

decursio
dēcursiō
noun
a running or flowing down

decursorius
dēcursōrius
adjective
pertaining to the race-course

decursus
dēcursus
noun
a running down

decursus
dēcursus
adjective

decurtatio
dēcurtātiō
noun
a mutilation

decurto
dēcurto
verb
to cut off

decurvatus
dēcurvātus
adjective
bent

decus
decus
noun
The number ten

decus
decus
noun
ornament

decus
decus
noun

decussatim
decussātim
adverb
in the form of a Roman ten

decussatio
decussātiō
noun
an intersecting of two lines crosswise

decussio
dēcussiō
noun
a shaking off

decussis
decussis
noun
The number ten

decussissexis
decussissexis
cross-reference
the number sixteen

decusso
decussō
verb
to divide crosswise

decussus
dēcussus
adjective

decutio
dēcutiō
verb
to deprive of skin

decutio
dēcutiō
verb
to shake off

dedamno
dēdamnō
verb
to absolve

dedeceo
dēdeceō
verb

dedeceo
dēdeceō
verb
it is unseemly

dedecor
dēdecor
noun
unseemly

dedecoramentum
dēdecorāmentum
noun
disgrace

dedecoratio
dēdecorātiō
noun
disgrace

dedecorator
dēdecorātor
noun
one who dishonors

dedecoro
dēdecorō
verb
to disgrace

dedecorose
dēdecorōsē
adverb
disgracefully

dedecorosus
dēdecorōsus
adjective
disgraceful

dedecorus
dēdecōrus
adjective
disgraceful

dedecus
dēdecus
noun
disgrace

dedicatio
dēdicātiō
noun
dedication

dedicative
dēdicātīvē
adverb
affirmatively

dedicativus
dēdicātīvus
adjective
affirmative

dedicator
dēdicātor
noun
one who dedicates

dedico
dēdicō
verb
to give out tidings

dedignatio
dēdignātiō
noun
a disdaining

dedignor
dēdignor
verb
v. a. dep.

dedigno
dēdignō
verb

dedisco
dēdiscō
verb
to unlearn

dedita opera
dēdita opera
expression
adverb.

dediticius
dediticius
noun
one who has surrendered or capitulated

dediticius
dēditīcius
adjective
belonging to a surrender or capitulation

deditim
dēditim
adverb
by surrender

deditio
dēditiō
noun
giving up

deditius
dēditius
adjective
belonging to a surrender or capitulation

deditus
dēditus
adjective
given up to

deditus
dēditus
adjective

dedo
dēdō
verb
to give away

dedoceo
dēdoceō
verb
to cause

dedolentia
dēdolentia
noun
the abandonment of grief

dedoleo
dēdoleō
verb
to give over grieving

dedolo
dēdolō
verb
to hew away

dedomo
dēdomō
verb
to tame

deduco
dēdūcō
verb
to lead or bring away

deductim
dēductim
adverb

deductio
dēductiō
noun
a leading away

deductivus
dēductīvus
adjective
derivative

deductor
dēductor
noun
One who brings

deductorium
deductorium
noun
a drain

deductorius
dēductōrius
adjective
of or for drawing off or draining

deductus
dēductus
noun
a drawing or dragging down

deductus
dēductus
adjective

deductus
dēductus
adjective
Drawn inwards

dedux
dēdux
adjective
Derived

deebriatus
deēbriātus
adjective
made drunk

deeo
deeō
cross-reference

deerro
deerrō
verb
to wander away

defaecabilis
dēfaecābilis
adjective
that may be easily cleansed

defaecatio
dēfaecātiō
noun
a cleansing

defaecatus
dēfaecātus
adjective

defaeco
dēfaecō
verb
to cleanse from dregs

defamatus
dēfāmātus
adjective
dishonored

defamis
dēfāmis
adjective
shameful

defanatus
dēfānātus
adjective
profaned

defarinatus
dēfarīnātus
adjective
pulverized

defatigatio
dēfatīgātiō
noun
a wearying

defatigo
dēfatīgō
verb
to weary out

defatiscor
dēfatiscor
cross-reference

defecabilis
dēfēcābilis
cross-reference

defecabilis
defecābilis
adjective
that may be easily cleansed

defecatio
dēfēcātiō
cross-reference

defecatio
defecātiō
noun
a cleansing

defeco
dēfēcō
verb
to cleanse from dregs

defeco
dēfēcō
cross-reference

defectio
dēfectiō
noun
Defection

defectivus
dēfectīvus
adjective
imperfect

defector
dēfector
noun
one who revolts

defectrix
dēfectrix
noun
defective

defectus
dēfectus
noun

defectus
dēfectus
adjective
weak

defectus
dēfectus
noun
Defection

defectus
dēfectus
adjective

defendo
dēfendō
verb
to fend or ward off

defeneratus
dēfēnerātus
adjective
overwhelmed by debt

defenero
dēfēnerō
verb
v. a.

defensa
dēfensa
noun
defence

defensabilis
dēfensābilis
adjective
defensible

defensator
dēfensātor
noun
a defender

defensatrix
dēfensātrix
noun
she who defends

defensibilis
dēfensibilis
adjective
easily defended

defensibiliter
dēfensibiliter
adverb
defensibly

defensio
dēfensiō
noun
a defending

defensito
dēfensitō
verb
v. a. freq

defenso
dēfensō
verb
v. a. intens

defensor
dēfensor
noun
One who fends

defensorius
dēfensōrius
adjective
pertaining to defence

defenstrix
dēfenstrix
noun
she who defends

defero
dēferō
verb
to bear or bring away

Deferunda
Dēferunda
noun
a goddess that presided over the bringing of offerings

defervefacio
dēfervefaciō
verb
to seethe or cause to boil

deferveo
dēferveō
verb
to boil thoroughly

defervesco
dēfervescō
verb
to cease boiling

defessus
dēfessus
adjective

defetigatio
defetīgātiō
noun
a wearying

defetigo
dēfetīgō
verb

defetigo
dēfetīgō
verb
to weary out

defetiscentia
dēfetiscentia
noun
weariness

defetiscor
dēfetiscor
verb
wearied

deficientia
dēficientia
noun
the wanting

deficio
dēficiō
verb
to loosen

defico
defīcō
verb
to cleanse from dregs

defigo
dēfīgō
verb
to fasten down or in

defiguratus
dēfigūrātus
adjective
declined

defingo
dēfingō
verb
to form

definienter
dēfīnienter
adverb
distinctly

definio
dēfīniō
verb
To bound

definite
dēfīnītē
adverb
definitely

definitio
dēfīnītiō
noun
A bounding

definitive
dēfīnītīvē
adverb
definitively

definitivus
dēfīnītīvus
adjective
Definitive

definitor
dēfīnītor
noun
one who determines

definitus
dēfīnītus
adjective
definite

definitus
dēfīnītus
adjective

defio
dēfīō
verb

defioculus
dēfīoculus
noun
who lacks an eye

defixio
dēfixiō
noun
enchantment

deflagratio
dēflāgrātiō
noun
a burning up

deflagratio
dēflagrātiō
noun
a burning up

deflagro
dēflagrō
verb
To burn down

deflagro
dēflāgrō
verb
To burn down

deflammo
dēflammō
verb
to deprive of flame

deflecto
dēflectō
verb
to bend downwards or aside

defleo
dēfleō
verb
To weep over

defletio
dēflētiō
noun
a violent weeping

deflexie
dēflexie
noun
a turning or bending aside

deflexus
dēflexus
adjective

deflexus
dēflexus
noun
a bending

deflo
dēflō
verb
To blow off or away

defloccatus
dēfloccātus
adjective
shorn of locks

defloratio
dēflōrātiō
noun
a plucking of flowers

defloreo
dēflōreō
verb
to shed its blossoms

defloresco
dēflōrescō
verb
to drop its blossoms

defloro
dēflōrō
cross-reference
to deprive of flowers

defluo
dēfluō
verb
To flow down

defluus
dēfluus
adjective
flowing down

defluvium
dēfluvium
noun
A flowing down

defluxio
dēfluxiō
noun
a flowing off

defluxus
dēfluxus
noun
a flowing or running off

defodio
dēfodiō
verb
To dig downwards or deep

defoedo
dēfoedō
verb
to defile

defomitatum
dēfōmitātum
cross-reference

defore
dēfore
cross-reference

deforis
dēforīs
cross-reference
from outside

deforma exta
dēforma exta
expression

deformatio
dēformātiō
noun
a deforming

deformatio
dēformātiō
noun
a representation

deformis
dēformis
adjective
Departing

deformitas
dēformitās
noun
deformity

deformiter
dēformiter
adverb
Misshapenly

deformo
dēformō
verb
to bring into form or shape

deformo
dēformō
verb
to bring out of shape

deformus
dēformus
adjective

defossus
dēfossus
noun
a digging deeply

defossus
dēfossus
adjective

defraudatio
dēfraudātiō
noun
a defrauding

defraudator
dēfraudātor
noun
he who defrauds

defraudatrix
dēfraudātrix
noun
she who defrauds

defraudo
dēfraudō
verb
to defraud

defremo
dēfremō
verb
to ceaseraging or roaring

defrenatus
dēfrēnātus
adjective
unbridled

defrensa
defrensa
cross-reference

defricate
dēfricātē
adverb
with biting sarcasm

defricatio
dēfricātiō
noun
a rubbing

defrico
dēfricō
verb
to rub off

defrictus
dēfrictus
adjective

defrigesco
dēfrīgescō
verb

defringo
dēfringō
verb
to break off

defrudo
dēfrūdō
verb

defrudo
defrūdō
verb
to defraud

defrugo
dēfrūgō
verb
to rob of corn

defruor
dēfruor
verb
to use up

defrusto
dēfrustō
verb
to divide into pieces

defrutarium
dēfrutārium
cross-reference

defrutarius
dēfrutārius
adjective
belonging to or for

defruto
dēfrutō
verb
to boil down into

defrutum
dēfrutum
noun
i

defuga
dēfuga
noun
a runaway

defugio
dēfugiō
verb
Intrans.

defugo
dēfugō
verb
to drive away

defulguro
dēfulgurō
verb
to flash forth

defunctio
dēfunctiō
noun
Execution

defunctorie
dēfunctōriē
adverb
slightly

defunctorius
dēfunctōrius
adjective
quickly despatched

defunctus
dēfunctus
adjective

defunctus
dēfunctus
noun
death

defundo
dēfundō
verb
to pour

defungor
dēfungor
verb
to have done with

defusio
dēfūsiō
noun
the pouring out

defututus
dēfutūtus
adjective
exhausted by sensuality

degener
dēgener
noun
that departs from its race or kind

degenero
dēgenerō
verb
kind

degero
dēgerō
verb
to carry away

deglabro
dēglābro
verb
to smooth off

deglabro
dēglabro
verb
to smooth off

deglubo
dēglūbo
verb
to peel off

deglutino
dēglūtinō
verb
to unglue

deglutio
deglūtiō
verb
to swallow down

degluttio
dēgluttiō
verb
to swallow down

dego
dēgō
verb
to spend

degrandinat
dēgrandinat
cross-reference
v. impers.

degrassor
dēgrassor
verb
to attack fiercely

degravo
dēgravo
verb
to weigh or press down

degredior
dēgredior
verb
to go down

degrumor
dēgrūmor
verb
to level off

degrunnio
dēgrunniō
verb

degulator
dēgulātor
noun
a glutton

degulo
dēgulō
verb
to devour

degunere
degunere
cross-reference
to taste

degustatio
dēgustātiō
noun
a tasting

degusto
dēgustō
verb
to taste

dehabeo
dehabeō
verb
not to have

dehaurio
dehauriō
verb
To skim off

dehibeo
dehibeō
verb
to owe

dehibeo
dehibeō
cross-reference

dehinc
dehinc
adverb
from this place forth

dehisco
dehiscō
verb
to part

dehonestamentum
dehonestāmentum
noun
that which disfigures or dishonors

dehonestatio
dehonestātiō
noun
disgrace

dehonesto
dehonestō
verb
to disgrace

dehonestus
dehonestus
adjective
unbecoming

dehonoro
dehonōrō
verb
to dishonor

dehorio
dehōriō
verb
To skim off

dehortatio
dehortātiō
noun
a dissuading

dehortativus
dehortātīvus
adjective
fit for dissuading

dehortatorius
dehortātōrius
adjective
dissuasive

dehortor
dehortor
verb
v. dep. a.

Deianira
Dēianīra
noun
daughter of Oeneus

deicida
deicīda
noun
slayer of God

deicio
dēiciō
verb
to throw or cast down

deico
deicō
cross-reference

Deidamia
Dēidamīa
noun
Daughter of Lycomedes

deiferus
deiferus
adjective
bearing a god in one's self

deifico
deificō
verb
to make one a god

deificus
deificus
adjective
who makes one a god

dein
dein
adverb
thereafter

dein
dein
adverb

deinceps
deinceps
adjective
following thereafter

deinde
deindē
adverb
thereafter

deinsuper
deinsuper
adverb
from above

deintegro
deintēgrō
verb
to impair

deintegro
deintegrō
verb
to impair

deintus
deintus
adverb
from within

Deionides
Dēīonidēs
noun
son of Deione by Apollo

Deiopea
Dēiopēa
noun
one of Juno's nymphs

Deiotarus
Dēiotarus
noun
Tetrarch of Galatia

deipara
deipara
noun
she who gives birth to God

Deipassianus
Deīpassiānus
noun
a believer in the capacity of the Divine nature for suffering

Deiphobe
Dēiphobē
noun
daughter of Glaucus

Deiphobus
Dēiphobus
noun
son of Priam and Hecuba

deitas
deitās
noun
the divine nature

dejecte
dējectē
adverb
low

dejecte
dējectē
adverb
adv.

dejectio
dējectiō
noun
a throwing or casting down or out

dejectiuncula
dējectiuncula
noun
a slight purging

dejecto
dējectō
verb
v. intens. a

dejector
dējector
noun
one who throws or casts down

dejectus
dejectus
adjective

dejectus
dējectus
noun
a casting or throwing down

dejectus
dējectus
adjective

dejeratio
dējerātiō
noun

dejeratio
dējerātiō
noun
an oath

dejero
dējerō
verb
to take an oath

dejicio
dejiciō
verb
to throw or cast down

dejicio
dējiciō
verb

dejugis
dējugis
adjective
sloping

dejugo
dējugō
verb
to separate

dejungo
dējungō
verb
to unyoke

dejuratio
dējūrātiō
noun
an oath

dejurium
dējūrium
noun
an oath

dejuro
dējūrō
cross-reference

dejuvo
dējuvō
verb
to leave off helping

delabor
dēlābor
verb
to come down

delaboro
dēlabōrō
verb
to work hard

delacero
dēlacerō
verb
to frustrate

delacrimatio
dēlacrimātiō
noun
a watery running or weeping of the eyes

delacrimatio
dēlācrimātiō
noun
a watery running or weeping of the eyes

delacrimatorius
dēlacrimātōrius
adjective
for or belonging to weeping

delacrimatorius
dēlācrimātōrius
adjective
for or belonging to weeping

delacrimo
dēlācrimō
verb
to shed tears

delacrimo
dēlacrimō
verb
to shed tears

delacrumo
dēlacrumō
verb
to shed tears

delaevo
dēlaevō
verb
to smooth off

delaevo
dēlaevō
verb

delambo
dēlambō
verb
to lick off

delamentor
dēlāmentor
verb
v. dep. a.

delaniare
dēlaniārē
adverb
lacinia

delapido
dēlapidō
verb
To clear from stones

delapsus
dēlapsus
noun
a falling off

delapsus
dēlapsus
adjective

delassabilis
dēlassābilis
adjective
that can be wearied out

delasso
dēlassō
verb
to weary or tire out

delatio
dēlātiō
noun
an accusation

delator
dēlātor
noun
an accuser

delatorius
dēlātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to an informer

delatura
dēlātūra
noun
an accusation

delavo
dēlavo
verb
to wash off

delebilis
dēlēbilis
adjective
that may be blotted out or destroyed

delectabilis
dēlectābilis
adjective
delectable

delectabiliter
delectabiliter
adverb
delightfully

delectamentum
dēlectāmentum
noun
a delight

delectatio
dēlectātiō
noun
a delighting

delectatiuncula
dēlectātiuncula
noun
a trifling pleasure

delectio
dēlectiō
noun
a choosing

delecto
dēlectō
verb
v. intens. a

delector
dēlector
verb
to delight

delector
dēlector
noun
one who draws out

delectus
dēlectus
noun
a choosing or picking out

delectus
dēlectus
adjective

delegatio
dēlēgātiō
noun
an assignment

delegator
dēlēgātor
noun
one who makes an assignment

delegatorius
dēlēgātōrius
adjective
relating to an assignment

delego
dēlēgō
verb
to send

delenificus
dēlēnificus
adjective
soothing

delenimentum
dēlēnīmentum
noun
any thing that soothes

delenio
dēlēniō
verb
to soothe or soften down

delenitor
dēlēnītor
noun
one who softens down

delenitorius
dēlēnītōrius
adjective
pertaining to or serving for softening

deleo
dēleō
verb
to abolish

deleticius
dēlētīcius
adjective
from which any thing has been blotted out

deletilis
dēlētilis
adjective
that wipes or blots out

deletio
dēlētiō
noun
an annihilating

deletius
dēlētius
adjective
from which any thing has been blotted out

deletrix
dēlētrix
noun
she that annihilates or destroys

deletus
dēlētus
noun
annihilation

delevo
dēlēvō
verb
to smooth off

Delia
Dēlia
noun

Delia
Dēlia
adjective
of Delos

Delia
Dēlia
noun
the name of a damsel

Deliacus
Dēliacus
adjective
of Delos

Deliacus
Dēliacus
adjective

delibamentum
dēlībāmentum
noun
wine poured out to the gods

delibatio
dēlībātiō
noun
a taking away from

deliberabundus
dēlīberābundus
adjective
weighing carefully

deliberamentum
dēlīberāmentum
noun
a deliberation

deliberatio
dēlīberātiō
noun
a deliberation

deliberativa
deliberativa
noun
relating to deliberation

deliberativus
dēlīberātīvus
adjective
relating to deliberation

deliberator
dēlīberātor
noun
one who deliberates

deliberatus
dēlīberātus
adjective
P. a.

deliberatus
dēlīberātus
adjective

delibero
dēlīberō
verb
to weigh well

delibo
dēlībō
verb
to take off

delibro
dēlibrō
verb
to take off the rind or bark

delibro
dēlībrō
verb
to take off the rind or bark

delibuo
dēlibuō
verb
to besmear

delicate
dēlicātē
adverb

delicate
dēlicātē
adverb

delicatus
dēlicātus
adjective
That gives pleasure

delicia
dēlicia
noun
a gutter

delicia
dēlicia
noun
pretensions

delicia
dēlicia
noun
pretensions

delicia
dēlicia
noun
a gutter

delicia
dēlicia
noun

deliciaris
dēliciāris
adjective
pertaining to a gutter

deliciatus
dēliciātus
adjective
with a gutter

delicio
dēliciō
verb
to allure

deliciola
dēliciola
noun
a darling

deliciolum
dēliciolum
noun

deliciosus
dēliciōsus
adjective
delicious

delicium
dēlicium
noun

delicium
dēlicium
noun
pretensions

delicius
dēlicius
noun
pretensions

delico
dēlicō
verb

delico
dēlicō
verb
to clear off

delictor
dēlictor
noun
a delinquent

delictum
dēlictum
noun
a fault

deliculus
dēliculus
adjective
blemished

delicus
dēlicus
adjective
put away

delicuus
dēlicuus
adjective
wanting

delicuus
dēlicuus
cross-reference

deligo
dēligō
verb
to choose out

deligo
dēligō
verb
to bind or tie together

delimator
dēlīmātor
noun
a filer

delimatus
dēlīmātus
adjective
filed off

delimitatio
dēlīmitātiō
noun
a marlcing out

delimito
dēlīmitō
verb
to mark out

delineatio
dēlīneātiō
noun
a sketch

delineo
dēlīneō
verb
to sketch out

delingo
dēlingō
verb
to lick

delinificus
delinificus
adjective
soothing

delinificus
dēlīnificus
cross-reference

delinimentum
delinīmentum
noun
any thing that soothes

delinio
dēlīniō
verb
to soothe or soften down

delinio
dēlīniō
verb
to sketch out

delinitor
delinītor
noun
one who softens down

delinitorius
delinītōrius
adjective
pertaining to or serving for softening

delino
dēlino
verb
to besmear

delinquentia
dēlinquentia
noun
a fault

delinquio
dēlinquiō
noun
a failure

delinquo
dēlinquō
verb
a.

deliquatitudo
dēliquātitūdō
noun
a melting

deliquesco
dēliquescō
verb
to melt away

deliquia
dēliquia
noun
a gutter

deliquia
dēliquia
noun
a gutter

deliquio
dēliquiō
noun
a failure

deliquium
dēliquium
noun
a want

deliquium
dēliquium
noun
a flowing down

deliquo
dēliquo
verb
to clear off

deliquus
dēliquus
adjective
wanting

deliramentum
dēlīrāmentum
noun
nonsense

deliratio
dēlīrātiō
noun
giddiness

deliritas
dēlīritās
noun

delirium
dēlīrium
noun
madness

deliro
dēlīrō
verb
to deviate from a straight line

delirus
dēlīrus
adjective
silly

deliteo
dēliteō
verb

delitesco
dēlitescō
verb
to hide away

delitigo
dēlītigō
verb
to scold

delitor
dēlitor
noun
an obliterator

delitus
dēlitus
adjective

Delium
Dēlium
noun
a small place in Boeotia

Delius
Delius
adjective
of Delos

Delius
Dēlius
adjective
of Delos

Delius
Dēlius
adjective

Delmata
Delmata
noun
the Dalmatians

Delmata
Delmata
noun

Delmatae
Delmatae
noun

Delmatensis
Delmatensis
adjective
adj.

Delmaticatus
Delmaticātus
adjective
clothed in such a garment

Delmaticus
Delmaticus
noun
surname of

Delmaticus
Delmaticus
adjective
adj.

Delminium
Delminium
noun
the ancient capital of Dalmatia

delocatio
dēlocātiō
noun
a dislocation

delonge
dēlongē
adverb
from afar

Delos
Dēlos
noun
a small island in the Aegean Sea

delotus
dēlōtus
adjective
washed

Delphice
Delphicē
adverb
in the manner of the Delphic oracle

Delphicola
Delphicola
noun
the inhabitant of Delphi

Delphicus
Delphicus
adjective
Delphic

delphin
delphīn
noun
a dolphin

delphinus
delphīnus
noun
a dolphin

delphinus
delphīnus
noun
a dolphin

Delphis
Delphis
noun
a priestess of the Delphic Apollo

Delphus
Delphus
noun
the Delphians

Delphus
Delphus
noun
the famous city of the oracle of Apollo in Phocis

delta
delta
noun
the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet

Deltoton
Deltōton
noun
the Triangle

delubrum
dēlūbrum
noun
a temple

deluctatio
dēluctātiō
noun
a wrestling

deluctor
dēluctor
verb

delucto
dēluctō
verb
to wrestle

deludifico
dēlūdificō
verb
to mock

deludo
dēlūdō
verb
To play false

delumbis
dēlumbis
adjective
lamed in the loins

delumbo
dēlumbō
verb
to lame in the loins

deluo
dēluō
verb
to wash out or off

delusio
dēlūsiō
noun
a deceiving

delusor
dēlūsor
noun
a deceiver

delustro
dēlustrō
verb
to free one from an evil charm or spell

delusus
dēlūsus
adjective

deluto
dēlutō
verb
To daub or plaster with clay

Demades
Dēmādēs
noun
a famous Athenian orator who sided with Macedon

demadesco
dēmadescō
verb
moist

demagis
dēmagis
adjective
very much

demandatio
dēmandātiō
noun
a delivering with commendation

demando
dēmandō
verb
to give in charge

demano
demānō
verb
to flow different ways

demano
dēmānō
verb
to flow down

Demarata
Dēmarāta
noun
daughter of King Hiero

Demaratus
Dēmarātus
noun
A Corinthian

demarcesco
dēmarcescō
verb
to fade away

demarchia
dēmarchia
noun
the office and dignity of a demarch

demarchus
dēmarchus
noun
a ruler of the people

dematricatus
dēmātricātus
adjective
bled from the

Demea
Dēmea
noun
a Greek proper name

demeaculum
dēmeāculum
noun
a passage under ground

demeio
demeiō
cross-reference

demens
dēmens
adjective
out of one's mind or senses

demensio
dēmensiō
noun
a measuring

demensum
dēmensum
noun
a measured allowance

demensum
dēmensum
noun

demensus
dēmensus
adjective

dementer
dēmenter
adverb
foolishly

dementia
dēmentia
noun
the being out of one's mind

dementio
dēmentiō
verb
to be out of one's senses

demento
dēmentō
verb
to drive mad

demeo
dēmeō
verb
to go down

demereo
dēmereō
verb
to merit

demereor
dēmereor
cross-reference

demergo
dēmergō
verb
to sink

demersio
dēmersiō
noun
a being sunk down

demersus
dēmersus
adjective

demersus
dēmersus
noun
a sinking

demersus
dēmersus
adjective

demessus
dēmessus
adjective

demetior
dēmētior
verb
to measure out

demeto
dēmetō
verb
to mow

demeto
dēmētō
verb

Demetriacus
Dēmētriacus
adjective
of Demetrias

Demetrias
Dēmētrias
noun
a city in Thessaly

Demetrium
Dēmētrium
noun
a town in Phthiotis

Demetrius
Dēmētrius
noun
son of Antigonus

demigratio
dēmigrātiō
noun
an emigration

demigratio
dēmīgrātiō
noun
an emigration

demigro
dēmīgrō
verb
to migrate from

demigro
dēmigrō
verb
to migrate from

demingo
dēmingō
cross-reference

deminoratio
dēminōrātiō
noun
degradation

deminoro
dēminōrō
verb
to lessen

deminuo
dēminuō
verb
to lessen by taking from

deminutio
dēminūtiō
noun
a diminution

deminutive
dēminūtīvē
adverb
as a diminutive: cymbia

deminutivum
dēminūtīvum
noun
sorbillo

deminutivus
dēminūtīvus
adjective
diminutive

deminutus
dēminūtus
adjective
diminished

Demipho
Dēmiphō
noun
a character in the Phormio of Terence

demiror
dēmīror
verb
v. dep. a.

demisse
dēmissē
adverb
low

demissicius
dēmissīcius
adjective
hanging down

demissiciutius
dēmissīciutius
adjective
hanging down

demissio
dēmissiō
noun
a letting down

demissus
dēmissus
adjective

demissus
dēmissus
adjective
P. a.

demitigo
dēmītigō
verb
to become milder

demitto
dēmittō
verb
to send down

demiurgus
dēmiurgus
noun
The chief magistrate in some of the Grecian states

demo
dēmō
verb
to take off

Demochares
Dēmocharēs
noun
an Athenian orator and historian

Democriteum
Dēmocritēum
noun
the doctrines of Democritus

Democriteus
Dēmocritēus
adjective
the followers of Democritus

Democriticus
Dēmocriticus
adjective
of or belonging to Democritus

Democritius
Dēmocritīus
adjective
the followers of Democritus

Democritus
Dēmocritus
noun
A celebrated philosopher born at Abdera

Democritus
Dēmōcritus
noun
A celebrated philosopher born at Abdera

Demodocus
Dēmodocus
noun
a companion of Aeneas

demogrammateus
dēmogrammateus
noun
a public scribe

Demoleon
Dēmoleōn
noun
a centaur slain by Perseus

Demoleos
Dēmoleos
noun
a Grecian chieftain before Troy

demolio
dēmōliō
verb

demolior
dēmōlior
verb
v. dep. a.

demolitio
dēmōlītiō
noun
a tearing down

demolitor
dēmōlītor
noun
that which breaks down

demonstrabilis
dēmonstrābilis
adjective
demonstrable

demonstratio
dēmonstrātiō
noun
a showing or pointing out

demonstrativa
dēmonstrātīva
noun
demonstrative kind of oratory

demonstrative
dēmonstrātīvē
adverb
demonstratively

demonstrative
dēmonstrātīvē
adverb
adv.

demonstrativus
dēmonstrātīvus
adjective
pointing out

demonstrator
dēmonstrātor
noun
one who points out or indicates

demonstratorius
dēmonstrātōrius
adjective
pointing out

demonstro
dēmonstrō
verb
to point out

Demophilus
Dēmophilus
noun
a Greek comic poet

Demophoon
Dēmophoon
noun
A son of Theseus and Phaedra

demoratio
dēmorātiō
noun
a lingering

demordeo
dēmordeo
verb
to bite off

demorior
dēmorior
verb
To depart

demoror
dēmoror
verb
to retard

demorsito
dēmorsitō
cross-reference
v. int. a

demorsus
dēmorsus
adjective

demortuus
dēmortuus
adjective

demos
dēmos
noun
a tract of land

Demosthenes
Dēmosthenēs
noun
the most celebrated of the Grecian orators

Demosthenicus
Dēmosthenicus
adjective
adj.

demoveo
dēmoveō
verb
to move or turn away

demptio
demptiō
noun
a taking away

demptus
demptus
adjective

demtus
demtus
adjective

demugitus
dēmūgītus
adjective
filled with bellowing

demulcatus
dēmulcātus
adjective
beaten

demulceo
dēmulceō
verb
to stroke down

demum
dēmum
adverb
at length

demuneror
dēmūneror
verb
to fee

demurmuro
dēmurmurō
verb
to mutter over

demus
dēmus
adverb

demussatus
dēmussātus
adjective
borne silently

demutabilis
dēmūtābilis
adjective
changeable

demutatio
dēmūtātiō
noun
a changing

demutator
dēmūtātor
noun
a changer

demutilo
dēmutilō
verb
to lop off

demuto
dēmūtō
verb
to change

demuttio
dēmuttiō
verb
to speak very softly

denarismus
dēnārismus
noun
a sort of tax

denarius
dēnārius
adjective
containing ten

denarius
denarius
noun
A Roman silver coin

denarro
dēnarrō
verb
to tell

denascor
dēnascor
verb
to perish

denaso
dēnāsō
verb
to deprive of the nose

denato
dēnatō
verb
to swim down

dendrachates
dendrachātēs
noun
a species of agate

dendritis
dendrītis
noun
an unknown gem

dendroides
dendroīdēs
noun
a kind of

dendrophorus
dendrophorus
noun
An epithet of Sylvanus

denecalis
denecālis
adjective
purifying from death

denego
dēnegō
verb
To deny

deni
dēnī
adjective
ten each

denicalis
dēnicālis
adjective
purifying from death

denigratio
dēnigrātiō
noun
a blackening

denigratio
dēnīgrātiō
noun
a blackening

denigro
dēnīgrō
verb
to blacken utterly

denigro
dēnigrō
verb
to blacken utterly

denique
dēniquē
adverb
and thereupon

denixe
dēnixē
adverb

denominatio
dēnōminātiō
noun
the substitution of the name of an object for that of another to which it has some relation

denominative
dēnōminātīvē
adverb
by derivation

denominativus
dēnōminātīvus
adjective
pertaining to derivation

denomino
dēnōminō
verb
to name

denormo
dēnormō
verb
to disfigure

denotatio
dēnotātiō
noun
a marking or pointing out

denotatus
dēnotātus
noun
a marking or pointing out

denotatus
dēnotātus
adverb

denoto
dēnotō
verb
to mark

dens
dens
noun
a tooth

densabilis
densābilis
adjective
binding

densatio
densātiō
noun
a thickening

densativus
densātīvus
adjective
binding

dense
densē
adverb
thickly

dense
densē
adverb
thickly

Denseleta
Denselēta
noun
a tribe of Northern Thrace

denseo
denseō
verb
to make thick

densitas
densitās
noun
thickness

denso
densō
verb
to make thick

densus
densus
adjective
thick

dentale
dentāle
noun
the share-beam

dentale
dentāle
noun
the share-beam

dentaneus
dentāneus
adjective
adj.

dentarius
dentārius
adjective
pertaining to the teeth

dentarpaga
dentarpaga
noun
an instrument for drawing teeth

dentatus
dentātus
adjective
Toothed

Denter
Denter
noun
the surname of M. Livius

Denthelethus
Denthēlēthus
noun

Dentheliathes
Dentheliathēs
noun
Denthelian

denticulatus
denticulātus
adjective
furnished with small teeth

denticulus
denticulus
noun
a little tooth

dentiducum
dentidūcum
noun
an instrument for drawing teeth

dentifrangibulum
dentifrangibulum
noun
a tooth-breaker

dentifrangibulus
dentifrangibulus
noun
a tooth-breaker

dentifricium
dentifricium
noun
tooth-powder

dentilegus
dentilegus
noun
one who picks up his teeth

dentio
dentiō
verb
to get or cut teeth

dentio
dentiō
noun
a teething

dentiscalpium
dentiscalpium
noun
a tooth-pick

dentitio
dentītiō
noun
a teething

dentix
dentix
noun
a sort of sea-fish

dentrix
dentrix
noun
a sort of sea-fish

denubo
dēnūbō
verb
to marry off

denudatio
dēnūdātiō
noun
a laying bare

denudo
dēnūdō
verb
to lay bare

denuntiaciatio
dēnuntiāciatiō
noun
an indication

denuntiatio
dēnuntiātiō
noun
an indication

denuntiativus
dēnuntiātīvus
adjective
monitory

denuntiator
dēnuntiātor
noun
a police officer

denuntio
dēnuntiō
verb
to give an official intimation

denuo
dēnuō
adverb
anew

deocco
deoccō
verb
to harrow in

Deois
Dēōīs
noun
the daughter of Deo

Deoius
Dēōius
adjective
belonging or sacred to Deo

deonero
deonerō
verb
to unload

deoperio
deoperiō
verb
to uncover

deopto
deoptō
verb
to choose out

deorata
deorata
cross-reference

deorsum
deorsum
adverb
downwards

deorsus
deorsus
adverb

deorsus
deorsus
adverb
downwards

deosculor
deosculor
verb
v. dep. a.

depaciscor
dēpaciscor
verb
to bargain for

depaciscor
dēpaciscor
adjective

depaciscor
dēpaciscor
cross-reference

depactus
dēpactus
adjective

depalatio
dēpālātiō
noun
A bounding with palings

depalator
dēpālātor
noun
one who marks out the bounds

depalmo
dēpalmō
verb
to strike with the open hand

depalo
dēpalō
verb
to disclose

depalo
dēpālō
verb
to mark off or bound with palings

depango
dēpango
verb
to drive down

deparcus
dēparcus
adjective
excessively sparing

depascor
dēpascor
verb

depascor
dēpascor
verb
v. depon.

depasco
dēpascō
verb
v. depon.

depastio
dēpastiō
noun
a feeding

depavitus
dēpavītus
adjective
beaten down

depeciscor
dēpeciscor
verb
to bargain for

depeciscor
dēpeciscor
cross-reference

depectio
dēpectiō
noun
a bargain

depecto
dēpecto
verb
to comb off

depectus
dēpectus
adjective

depeculator
dēpecūlātor
noun
a plunderer

depeculatus
dēpecūlātus
noun

depeculor
dēpecūlor
verb
to despoil

depello
dēpellō
verb
to drive out

dependeo
dēpendeō
verb
to hang from or on

dependo
dēpendō
verb
to pay

dependulus
dēpendulus
adjective
hanging down

depennatus
dēpennātus
adjective
winged

depensio
dēpensiō
noun
the expenditure

deperditus
dēperditus
adjective
corrupt

deperdo
dēperdō
verb
v a

depereo
dēpereō
noun
to go to ruin

depetigo
dēpetīgō
noun
a leprosy

depexus
dēpexus
adjective

depictio
dēpictiō
noun
a description

depictus
dēpictus
adjective

depilis
dēpilis
adjective
without hair

depilo
dēpilō
verb
to pull out the hair

depingo
dēpingō
verb
To depict

depinnatus
dēpinnātus
adjective
feathered

deplaco
dēplācō
verb
to appease

deplango
dēplangō
verb
to express grief by beating the breast

deplano
dēplānō
verb
to level off

deplanto
dēplantō
verb
To take off a twig or shoot

depleo
dēpleō
verb
to empty out

depletura
dēplētūra
noun
a bloodletting

deplexus
dēplexus
adjective
clasping

deplorabundus
dēplōrābundus
adjective
weeping bitterly

deploratio
dēplōrātiō
noun
a lamenting

deploro
dēplōrō
verb
to weep

deplumis
dēplūmis
adjective
without feathers

depluo
dēpluō
verb
to rain down

depolio
dēpolio
verb
to smooth off

depolitio
dēpolītiō
noun
a perfection

depompatio
dēpompātiō
noun
a dishonoring

depompo
dēpompō
verb
to dishonor

depondero
dēponderō
verb
to press down by its weight

deponens
dēpōnens
adjective

deponens
dēpōnens
adjective
deponent

depono
dēpōnō
verb
to lay away

depontani
dēpontānī
cross-reference

deponto
dēpontō
verb
to throw from a bridge

depopulatio
dēpopulātiō
noun
a laying waste

depopulator
dēpopulātor
noun
one who lays waste

depopulatrix
dēpopulātrix
noun
she who spoils

depopulor
depopulor
verb

depopulo
dēpopulō
verb

depopulor
dēpopulor
verb
v. dep. a.

depopuor
dēpopuor
verb

deportatio
dēportātiō
noun
a carrying or conveying away

deportatorius
dēportātōrius
adjective
belonging to removal or transportation

deporto
dēportō
verb
to carry or convey down

deposco
dēposcō
verb
to demand

depositarius
dēpositārius
noun
One who receives a deposit

depositio
dēpositiō
noun
a laying down

depositivus
dēpositīvus
adjective
of or belonging to a deposit

depositor
dēpositor
noun
One who deposits

depositum
dēpositum
noun
any thing deposited or intrusted

depositum
dēpositum
noun

depositus
dēpositus
adjective

depostulator
dēpostulātor
noun
one who demands

depostulo
dēpostulō
verb
to demand

depotitur
dēpotītur
cross-reference

deppretiator
deppretiātor
noun
one who depreciates

deppretio
deppretiō
verb
to lower the price of

depraedatio
dēpraedātiō
noun
a plundering

depraedator
dēpraedātor
noun
a plunderer

depraedor
dēpraedor
verb
to plunder

depraesentiarum
dēpraesentiārum
adverb
at present

deprandis
dēprandis
adjective
fasting

depravate
dēprāvātē
adverb
perversely

depravate
dēprāvātē
adverb
perversely

depravatio
dēprāvātiō
noun
a perverting

depravo
dēprāvō
verb
to pervert

deprecabilis
dēprecābilis
adjective
that

deprecabundus
dēprecābundus
adjective
earnestly entreating

deprecaneus
dēprecāneus
adjective
exorable

deprecatio
dēprecātiō
noun
a warding off or averting by prayer

deprecatiuncula
dēprecātiuncula
noun
a little deprecation

deprecativus
dēprecātīvus
adjective
deprecative

deprecator
dēprecātor
noun
one who averts by praying

deprecatorius
dēprecātōrius
adjective
deprecatory

deprecatrix
dēprecātrix
noun
a female intercessor

deprecatus
dēprecātus
adverb

depreciator
dēpreciātor
cross-reference

deprecio
dēpreciō
cross-reference

deprecor
dēprecor
verb
To avert

deprehendo
dēprehendō
verb
To take or snatch away

deprehensio
dēprehensiō
noun
a catching

deprehensus
dēprehensus
adjective

deprendo
dēprendō
verb
To take or snatch away

deprensa
dēprensa
noun
a species of military punishment

deprensus
deprensus
adjective

depresse
dēpressē
adverb
adv.

depresse
dēpressē
adverb
deeply

depressio
dēpressiō
noun
a pressing or sinking down

depressus
dēpressus
adjective

depressus
dēpressus
adjective

depretiator
dēpretiātor
noun
one who depreciates

depretio
dēpretiō
verb
to lower the price of

deprimo
dēprimō
verb
to press down

deproelior
dēproelior
verb
Part.

depromo
dēprōmō
verb
to draw out

depropero
dēproperō
verb
to hasten or accelerate greatly

deproperus
dēproperus
adjective
making great haste

depropitio
dēpropitiō
verb
to propitiate

depso
depsō
verb
knead

depsticius
depstīcius
adjective
kneaded

depstius
depstius
adjective
kneaded

depubes
dēpūbes
noun
not of full age

depudeo
dēpudeō
verb
To be greatly ashamed

depudesco
dēpudescō
verb

depudico
dēpudīcō
verb
to violate

depugis
dēpūgis
adjective
without buttocks

depugnatio
dēpugnātiō
noun
a violent fighting

depugno
dēpugnō
verb
To fight eagerly

depulpo
dēpulpō
cross-reference
to grow lean

depulsio
dēpulsiō
noun
A driving off

depulso
dēpulsō
verb
v. int. a

depulsor
dēpulsor
noun
one who drives away

depulsorius
dēpulsōrius
adjective
serving to avert

depulsus
dēpulsus
adjective

depungo
dēpungō
verb
to mark off

depurgatio
dēpurgātiō
noun
a cleansing by purgatives

depurgativus
dēpurgātīvus
adjective
purifying

depurgo
dēpurgo
verb
to clean out

deputo
dēputō
verb
to cut off

depuvio
dēpuviō
verb
to strike

depygis
depygis
adjective
without buttocks

deque
dēquē
adverb
downwards

dequestus
dēquestus
adjective
having deeply deplored

derado
dērādō
verb
to rub or scrape off

Deraemesta
Deraemesta
noun
a people in Dalmatia

Deranga
Deranga
noun
a people of India

Derbe
Derbē
noun
a fortified city of Lycaonia

Derbees
Derbēēs
noun

Derbes
Derbes
noun
an inhabitant of Derbe

Derbetes
Derbētēs
noun
an inhabitant of Derbe

Derbicis
Derbīcis
noun
a people of Asia

derbiosus
derbiōsus
adjective
adj.

dercea
dercea
noun
a plant

Dercetis
Dercetis
noun
a Syrian goddess

Derceto
Dercetō
noun
a Syrian goddess

Dercylides
Dercȳlidēs
noun
a sculptor

derectus
dērectus
adjective
P. a.

derectus
dērectus
cross-reference

derelictio
dērelictiō
noun
an abandoning

derelictor
dērelictor
noun
one who abandons

derelictus
dērelictus
noun
an abandoning

derelictus
dērelictus
adjective

derelinquo
dērelinquō
verb
to forsake wholly

derepente
dērepentē
adverb
suddenly

derepo
dērēpō
verb
to crawl down

dereptus
dēreptus
adjective

derideo
dērīdeō
verb
to laugh at

deridiculum
dērīdiculum
noun
ridicule

deridiculus
dērīdiculus
adjective
very laughable

derigeo
dērigeō
verb
to remove hardness

derigesco
dērigescō
verb
to become stiff or rigid

derigo
dērigō
verb
to lay straight

deripio
dēripiō
verb
to tear off

derisio
dērīsiō
noun
a laughing to scorn

derisor
dērīsor
noun
a mocker

derisorius
dērīsōrius
adjective
serving for laughter

derisus
dērīsus
adjective
absurd

derisus
dērīsus
adjective

derisus
dērīsus
noun
mockery

derivamentum
dērīvāmentum
noun
a derivation

derivatio
dērīvātiō
noun
a leading off

derivativus
dērīvātīvus
adjective
derivative

derivo
dērīvō
verb
to lead

derodo
dērōdō
verb

derogatio
dērogātiō
noun
a partial abrogation of a law

derogator
dērogātor
noun
a detractor

derogatorius
dērogātōrius
adjective
belonging to a derogation or partial repeal

derogito
dērogitō
verb
v. intens. a.

derogo
dērogō
verb
to repeal a part

derosus
dērōsus
adjective
gnawed away

Dertona
Dertōna
noun
a city in Liguria

deruncino
dēruncinō
verb
to plane off

deruo
dēruō
verb
to throw or cast down

derupio
dērupiō
cross-reference

derupio
dērupiō
verb
to tear off

deruptum
dēruptum
noun
precipices

deruptus
dēruptus
adjective
broken

desacro
dēsācrō
verb
to consecrate

desacro
dēsacrō
verb
to consecrate

desaevio
dēsaeviō
verb
To rave furiously

desalto
dēsalto
verb
to dance through

descendens
dēscendens
cross-reference

descendens
dēscendens
adjective
a descendant

descendo
dēscendō
verb
to come down

descensio
dēscensiō
noun
a going down

descensorius
dēscensōrius
adjective
descending

descensus
dēscensus
noun
a descent

descensus
dēscensus
adjective

descindo
dēscindō
verb
v. a.

descisco
dēsciscō
verb
to free one's self

descobino
dēscobīnō
verb
to file or scrape off

describo
dēscrībō
verb
To copy off

descripte
dēscriptē
adverb
distinctly

descriptio
dēscriptiō
noun
a marking out

descriptiuncula
dēscriptiuncula
noun
a short description

descriptivus
dēscriptīvus
adjective
containing an exact description

descriptor
dēscriptor
noun
a describer

descriptum
dēscriptum
noun

descriptum
dēscriptum
noun
things recorded

descriptus
dēscriptus
adjective

descriptus
dēscriptus
adjective
precisely ordered

descrobo
dēscrobō
verb
to set

desculpo
dēsculpō
verb
to carve out

desecatio
dēsecātiō
noun
a cutting off

deseco
dēsecō
verb
to cut off

desecro
dēsēcrō
verb

desecro
dēsecrō
verb

desectio
dēsectiō
noun
a cutting off

desenesco
dēsenescō
verb
to diminish by age

deseps
dēseps
adjective
out of one's mind

desero
dēserō
verb
to undo or sever

desero
dēsero
verb
to sow

deserpo
dēserpō
verb
to creep down

deserta
dēserta
noun
the abandoned wife

desertio
dēsertiō
noun
a forsaking

desertor
dēsertor
noun
one who forsakes

desertrix
dēsertrix
noun
she that forsakes

desertum
dēsertum
noun
desert places

desertum
dēsertum
noun

desertus
dēsertus
adjective
deserted

deservio
dēserviō
verb
to serve zealously

deses
dēses
noun
inactive

desicco
dēsicco
verb
to dry up

desideo
dēsideō
verb
to remain or continue sitting

desiderabilis
dēsīderābilis
adjective
desirable

desiderabiliter
dēsīderābiliter
adverb
with ardent desire

desiderans
dēsīderans
adjective

desiderans
dēsīderans
adjective
heart's desire

desideranter
dēsīderanter
adverb
with desire

desideranter
dēsīderanter
cross-reference
adv.

desideratio
dēsīderātiō
noun
a desiring

desiderativus
dēsīderātīvus
adjective
desiderative

desideratus
dēsīderātus
adjective
P. a.

desideratus
dēsīderātus
adjective

desiderium
dēsīderium
noun
a longing

desidero
dēsīderō
verb
to long for

desidia
dēsīdia
noun
a subsiding

desidia
dēsidia
noun
a sitting

desidiabulum
dēsidiābulum
noun
a lounging-place

desidies
dēsidies
noun
idleness

desidiose
dēsidiōsē
adverb
idly

desidiosus
dēsidiōsus
adjective
slothful

desido
dēsīdō
verb
to sink

desiduo
dēsīduō
adverb
a long time

designate
dēsignātē
adverb
distinctly

designatio
dēsignātiō
noun
A marking out

designator
dēsignātor
noun
one who regulates or arranges

designatus
dēsignātus
participle
elect

designo
dēsignō
verb
to mark out

Desilaus
Desilāus
noun
a Grecian painter

desilio
dēsiliō
verb
to leap down

desino
dēsinō
verb
to leave off

desioculus
dēsioculus
noun
one who has lost an eye

desipiens
dēsipiens
adjective
P. a.

desipientia
dēsipientia
noun
want of understanding

desipio
dēsipiō
verb
to render insipid

desisto
dēsistō
verb
to set down

desitus
dēsitus
adjective

desitus
dēsitus
noun
a ceasing

desitus
dēsitus
adjective
sown or planted deep

desivare
dēsīvare
cross-reference

desolatio
dēsōlātiō
noun
a desolating

desolator
dēsōlātor
noun
a waster

desolatorius
dēsōlātōrius
adjective
that makes lonely or desolate

desolo
dēsōlō
verb
to leave alone

desolvo
dēsolvō
verb
to pay

desomnis
dēsomnis
adjective
sleepless

desorbeo
dēsorbeō
verb
to swallow down

despectatio
dēspectātiō
noun
a looking down

despectator
dēspectātor
noun
one who looks down

despectio
dēspectiō
noun
a looking down upon

despecto
dēspectō
verb
v. intens. a

despector
dēspector
noun
a despiser

despectrix
dēspectrix
noun
she that despises

despectus
dēspectus
noun
A looking down upon

despectus
dēspectus
adjective
contemptible

despectus
dēspectus
adjective

desperabilis
dēspērābilis
adjective
incurable

desperanter
dēspēranter
verb
hopelessly

desperanter
dēspēranter
adverb
desperately

desperate
dēspērātē
adverb
hopelessly

desperate
dēspērātē
adverb
desperately

desperatio
dēspērātiō
noun
hopelessness

desperatus
dēspērātus
adjective
P. a.

desperatus
dēspērātus
adjective

desperno
dēspernō
verb
to despise greatly

despero
dēspērō
verb
a.

despica
despica
cross-reference

despicabilis
dēspicābilis
adjective
contemptible

despicatio
dēspicātiō
noun

despicatus
dēspicātus
adjective

despicatus
dēspicātus
noun
contempt

despicatus
dēspicātus
adjective
despised

despicientia
dēspicientia
noun
a despising

despicio
dēspiciō
verb
To look down upon

despicor
dēspicor
verb
to despise

despicus
despicus
cross-reference

despicus
dēspicus
adjective
despised

desplendesco
dēsplendescō
verb

despoliatio
dēspoliātiō
noun
a robbing

despoliator
dēspoliātor
noun
a robber

despolio
dēspoliō
verb
to rob

despondeo
dēspondeō
verb
to promise to give

desponsatio
dēsponsātiō
noun
a betrothing

desponsio
dēsponsiō
noun
a despairing

desponso
dēsponso
verb
to betroth

desponsor
dēsponsor
noun
one who betroths

desponsus
dēsponsus
adjective

despumatio
dēspūmātiō
noun
a skimming off

despumo
dēspūmō
verb
To skim off

despuo
dēspuō
verb
a.

desputamentum
dēspūtāmentum
noun
spittle

desputum
dēspūtum
noun
spittle

Desquamatum
Dēsquāmātum
noun
parts of the body from which the skin has been rubbed off

desquamo
dēsquāmo
verb
to scale off

desterno
dēsternō
verb
to free from its covering

desterto
dēstertō
verb
to cease snoring

destico
dēsticō
verb
to squeak

destillatio
dēstillātiō
noun
a dripping down

destillo
dēstillō
verb
to drip or trickle down

destimulo
dēstimulō
verb
to goad on

destina
dēstina
noun
a support

destinata
dēstināta
noun
a betrothed female

destinate
dēstinātē
adverb
resolutely

destinate
dēstinātē
adverb
resolutely

destinatio
dēstinātiō
noun
a setting fast

destinato
dēstinātō
cross-reference

destinator
dēstinātor
noun
he who determines

destinatum
dēstinātum
noun

destinatum
dēstinātum
noun
A mark or aim

destinatus
dēstinātus
adjective
destined

destinatus
dēstinātus
adjective

destino
dēstinō
verb
to make fast

destitor
dēstitor
noun
he who desists

destituo
dēstituō
verb
To set down

destitutio
dēstitūtiō
noun
a forsaking

destitutor
dēstitūtor
noun
one who forsakes

destitutus
dēstitūtus
adjective

destrangulo
dēstrangulō
verb
to choke

destrictárium
dēstrictárium
noun
the place in the baths where the body was rubbed down

destricte
destricte
adverb

destricte
dēstrictē
adverb

destrictivus
dēstrictīvus
adjective
dissolving

destrictus
dēstrictus
adjective

destrictus
dēstrictus
adjective
P. a.

destringo
dēstringō
verb
To strip off

destructibilis
dēstructibilis
adjective
destructible

destructilis
dēstructilis
adjective
destructible

destructio
dēstructiō
noun
a pulling down

destructivus
dēstructīvus
adjective
destructive

destructor
dēstructor
noun
one who pulls down

destruo
dēstruō
verb
to pull or tear down

desub
dēsub
cross-reference
praep. c. abl.

desubito
dēsubitō
adverb
on a sudden

desubulo
dēsūbulō
verb
to bore in deeply

desuctus
dēsuctus
adjective

Desudaba
Desudāba
noun
a town in Thrace

desudasco
dēsūdascō
verb

desudatio
dēsūdātiō
noun
a violent sweating

desudo
dēsūdō
verb
to exert or fatigue one's self

desuefacio
dēsuēfaciō
verb
to disuse

desuefio
dēsuēfīō
verb

desuesco
dēsuescō
verb
to disuse

desuetudo
dēsuētūdō
noun
discontinuance of a practice or habit

desuetus
dēsuētus
adjective

desugo
dēsūgo
verb
to

desulco
dēsulcō
verb
to furrow through

desulto
dēsultō
verb
v. intens. n

desultor
dēsultor
noun
a leaper

desultorius
desultorius
noun
Desultory

desultorius
dēsultōrius
adjective
Of or belonging to a vaulter

desultrix
dēsultrix
noun
inconstant

desultura
dēsultūra
noun
a leaping or jumping down

desum
dēsum
verb
to be away

desumo
dēsūmō
verb
to take for one's self

desuo
dēsuō
verb
to fasten

desuper
dēsuper
adverb
from above

desuperne
dēsupernē
adverb
from above

desurgo
dēsurgō
verb
to rise from

desurrectio
dēsurrectiō
noun
a going to stool

desursum
dēsursum
adverb
from above

detectio
dētectiō
noun
an uncovering

detector
dētector
noun
an uncoverer

detego
dētegō
verb
to uncover

detendo
dētendo
verb
to unstretch

detensus
dētensus
adjective

detentator
dētentātor
noun
one who holds or keeps back

detentio
dētentiō
noun
a keeping back

detento
dētentō
cross-reference
v. intens. a

detentor
dētentor
noun
one who holds or keeps back

detentus
dētentus
adjective

detentus
dētentus
noun
a holding or keeping back

detepesco
dētepescō
verb

detergeo
dētergeō
verb
To wipe off

deteriae
dēteriaē
adverb
lean

deterior
dēterior
adjective
worse

deterioro
dēteriōrō
verb
to make worse

deterius
dēterius
adverb
worse

deterius
dēterius
adverb
adv.

determinabilis
dēterminābilis
adjective
that has an end

determinatio
dēterminātiō
noun
a boundary

determinator
dēterminātor
noun
one who prescribes or determines

determino
dēterminō
verb
to enclose within boundaries

detero
dēterō
verb
to rub away

deterreo
dēterreō
verb
To frighten from

detersio
dētersiō
noun
a cleansing

detersus
dētersus
adjective

detestabilis
dētestābilis
adjective
execrable

detestabiliter
dētestābiliter
adverb
abominably

detestatio
dētestātiō
noun
Execration

detestatio
dētestātiō
noun
the removal of the testes

detestator
dētestātor
noun
one who execrates

detesto
dētestō
verb
to execrate

detestor
dētestor
verb
To curse while calling a deity to witness

detexo
dētexō
verb
to weave off

detextus
dētextus
adjective

detineo
dētineō
verb
to hold off

detondeo
dētondeō
verb
to shear off

detono
dētonō
verb
To thunder down

detonsio
dētonsiō
noun
a shearing off

detonso
dētonsō
verb
v. intens. a

detonsus
dētonsus
adjective

detorno
dētorno
verb
to turn off

detorqueo
dētorqueō
verb
to turn

detorreo
dētorreō
verb
to scorch

detractatio
dētractātiō
noun

detractator
dētractātor
noun

detractatus
dētractātus
noun
a treatise

detractio
dētractiō
noun
a drawing off

detracto
dētractō
verb

detracto
dētractō
verb
to decline

detractor
dētractor
noun
a disparager

detractorius
dētractōrius
adjective

detractrectatio
dētractrectātiō
noun
a declining

detractrectator
dētractrectātor
noun
One who declines or refuses

detractus
dētractus
adjective

detractus
dētractus
noun
a taking away

detraho
dētrahō
verb
to draw or take off

detrectatio
dētrectātiō
noun
a declining

detrectator
dētrectātor
noun
One who declines or refuses

detrecto
dētrectō
verb
to decline

detrimentosus
dētrīmentōsus
adjective
hurtful

detrimentum
dētrīmentum
noun
a rubbing off

detritus
dētrītus
adjective
P. a.

detritus
dētrītus
noun
a rubbing away

detritus
dētrītus
adjective

detriumpho
dētriumphō
verb
to triumph over

detrudo
dētrūdō
verb
to thrust

detruncatio
dētruncātiō
noun
a lopping off

detrunco
dētruncō
verb
to lop or cut off

detrusio
dētrūsiō
noun
a thrusting down

detrusus
dētrūsus
adjective

detudes
dētudes
noun

detumesco
dētumescō
verb

detundo
dētundo
verb
to beat

deturbo
dēturbō
verb
to drive

deturpo
dēturpō
verb
to disfigure

Deucalion
Deucalion
noun
son of Prometheus

Deucalioneus
Deucaliōnēus
adjective
of Deucalion

deunx
deunx
noun
eleven twelfths

deuro
deūrō
verb
to burn up

deus
deus
noun
a god

deustus
deustus
adjective

deuterius
deuterius
adjective
secondary

deuteronomium
deuteronomium
noun
A copy of the law

deutor
deūtor
verb
to use wrongfully

devagor
dēvagor
verb
to deviate

devastator
dēvastātor
noun
he who devastates

devasto
dēvasto
verb
to lay waste

devecto
dēvectō
verb
v. intens. a.

deveho
dēvehō
verb
to carry down

devello
dēvellō
verb
to pluck down

develo
dēvēlō
verb
to unveil

deveneror
dēveneror
verb
v. dep. a.

devenio
dēveniō
verb
v. n.

devenusto
dēvenustō
verb
to disfigure

deverbero
dēverberō
verb
to thrash or cudgel soundly

devergentia
dēvergentia
noun
an inclining downwards

devergo
dēvergō
verb
to incline downwards

Deverra
Dēverra
noun
the goddess of sweeping

deverro
dēverrō
verb
to sweep away

deversito
dēversitō
verb
v. intens. n

deversitor
dēversitor
noun
one

deversor
dēversor
verb
to lodge anywhere as a guest

deversor
dēversor
noun
one who lodges

deversoriolum
dēversōriolum
noun
a small lodging-place

deversorium
dēversōrium
noun

deversorius
dēversōrius
adjective
belonging to an inn or lodging-place

deversus
dēversus
cross-reference

deverticulum
dēverticulum
noun
A by-road

deverto
dēvertō
verb
To turn away

devescor
dēvescor
verb
v. dep. a.

devestio
dēvestiō
verb
to undress

devestivus
dēvestīvus
adjective
adj.

devexitas
dēvexitās
noun
a declivity

devexum
dēvexum
noun
an inclined surface

devexus
dēvexus
adjective
inclining downwards

deviator
dēviātor
noun
one who leaves the way

devictio
dēvictiō
noun
a conquering

devigesco
dēvigescō
verb

devincio
dēvinciō
verb
to bind fast

devinco
dēvincō
verb
to conquer completely

devinctio
dēvinctiō
noun
a binding

devinctus
dēvinctus
adjective

devinctus
dēvinctus
adjective
P. a.

devio
dēviō
verb
to turn from the straight road

devirginatio
dēvirginātiō
noun
a deflouring

devirginator
dēvirginātor
cross-reference
a deflourer

devirgino
dēvirginō
verb
to deprive of virginity

devitatio
dēvītātiō
noun
an avoiding

devito
dēvītō
verb
to avoid

devium
dēvium
noun
lonely

devius
dēvius
adjective
lying off the high-road

devoco
dēvocō
verb
to call off

devolo
dēvolō
verb
to fly down or away

devolvo
dēvolvō
verb
to roll or tumble down

devomo
dēvomō
verb
to vomit forth

devorabilis
dēvorābilis
adjective
that can be devoured

devoratio
dēvorātiō
noun
a devouring

devorator
dēvorātor
noun
a devourer

devoratorium
dēvorātōrium
noun
the devouring maw

devoratorius
dēvorātōrius
adjective
devouring

devoratrix
dēvorātrix
noun
she that devours

devoro
dēvorō
verb
to swallow

devorsor
dēvorsor
verb
to lodge anywhere as a guest

devorsor
dēvorsor
cross-reference

devorsorium
dēvorsōrium
noun

devorticulum
dēvorticulum
noun
A by-road

devortium
dēvortium
noun
a by-way

devorto
dēvortō
verb
To turn away

devorto
dēvortō
cross-reference

devotamentum
dēvōtāmentum
noun
a cursing

devotatio
dēvōtātiō
noun
a making of vows

devote
dēvōtē
adverb
devotedly

devote
dēvōtē
adverb
devotedly

devotio
dēvōtiō
noun
A devoting

devoto
dēvōtō
verb
v. intens. a

devotor
dēvōtor
cross-reference

devotrix
dēvōtrix
cross-reference

devotus
dēvōtus
adjective

devotus
dēvōtus
adjective
Devoted

devoveo
dēvoveō
verb
To vow

devulsus
dēvulsus
adjective

Dexamenus
Dexamenus
noun
the name of a centaur

Dexippus
Dexippus
noun
a Greek proper name

Dexius
Dexius
noun
a Roman proper name

Dexo
Dexō
noun
a Greek proper name

dextans
dextans
adjective
ten twelfths

dextella
dextella
noun
a little right hand

dexter
dexter
adjective
to the right

dextera
dextera
noun
the right hand

dextere
dexterē
adverb
dexterously

dexteritas
dexteritās
noun
Dexterity

dextimus
dextimus
adjective

dextra
dextrā
cross-reference
praep

dextra
dextra
noun
the right hand

dextrale
dextrāle
noun
a bracelet

dextraliolum
dextrāliolum
noun
a little bracelet

dextralis
dextrālis
noun
a hatchet

dextratio
dextrātiō
noun
a movement towards the right side

dextratus
dextrātus
adjective
lying to the right

dextre
dextrē
adverb

dextre
dextrē
adverb
dexterously

dextrocherium
dextrocherium
noun
a bracelet

dextrorsum
dextrorsum
adverb
towards the right side

dextrorsus
dextrorsus
adverb
towards the right side

dextrorsuversum
dextrorsuversum
adverb
towards the right side

dextrovorsum
dextrovorsum
adverb
towards the right side

di
cross-reference

di
cross-reference

dia
dia
noun
a god

Dia
Dīa
noun
The old name of the island of

diaartymaton
diaartymatōn
noun
a kind of salve

diabathrarius
diabathrārius
noun
the maker of a sort of slipper

diabathrarius
diabāthrārius
noun
the maker of a sort of slipper

diabathrum
diabāthrum
noun
a sort of slipper

diabathrum
diabathrum
noun
a sort of slipper

diabetes
diabētēs
noun
a siphon

Diablinti
Diablintī
adverb
near the present Mayenne

Diablintis
Diāblintis
noun
a people in

Diablintis
Diablintis
noun
a people in

diabole
diabolē
noun
false accusation

diabolicus
diabolicus
adjective
devilish

diabolus
diabolus
noun
a devil

diacatochia
diacatochia
noun
possession

diacatochus
diacatochus
noun
a possessor

diacecaumene
diacecaumenē
noun
the torrid zone

diacheton
diacheton
noun
a small plant in Rhodes

diachylon
diachȳlōn
cross-reference
a sort of medicine

diachyton
diachyton
noun
a sort of sweet wine

diacisson
diacissōn
cross-reference
an ointment

diacodion
diacōdīōn
noun
a sort of medicine prepared from poppy-juice

diaconatus
diāconātus
noun
the office of deacon

diaconicum
diāconicum
noun
a place for storing the vessets of the altar

diaconicus
diāconicus
adjective
belonging to a deaconship

diaconissa
diāconissa
noun
a deaconess

diaconium
diāconīum
cross-reference

diaconium
diāconīum
noun
the office of deacon

diaconus
diāconus
noun
a servant or minister of the church

diacope
diacopē
noun
a tmesis

diacopus
diacopus
noun
an opening or sluice in a dam

diadema
diadēma
noun
a royal head-dress

diademalis
diadēmālis
adjective
pertaining to or wearing a diadem

diadematus
diadēmātus
adjective
adorned with a diadem

Diadematus
Diadēmātus
noun
a Roman surname

diadochos
diadochos
noun
a jewel resembling the beryl

diadota
diadota
noun
a distributor

diadumenus
diadūmenus
adjective
wearing a diadem

diaecesis
diaecēsis
noun
A governor's jurisdiction

diaecetes
diaecētēs
noun
an overseer of the revenue

diaeresis
diaeresis
noun
the dividing of one syllable into two

diaeta
diaeta
noun
A mode of living prescribed by a physician

diaetarcha
diaetarcha
noun

diaetarchus
diaetarchus
noun
one who has the care of apartments

diaetarius
diaetārius
noun
valet-de-chambre

diaeteta
diaetēta
noun
an umpire

diaetetice
diaetēticē
noun
dietetics

diaeteticus
diaetēticus
adjective
belonging to diet

diaeteticus
diaeteticus
noun
physicians who cure by diet

diaglaucion
diaglaucion
noun
a salve made from the herb

diaglaucium
diaglaucium
noun
a salve made from the herb

diagonalis
diagōnālis
adjective
diagonal

Diagondas
Diagondās
noun
a Theban lawgiver

diagonios
diagōnios
adjective
adj.

diagonium
diagōnium
noun

Diagoras
Diagorās
noun
An atheistic philosopher and poet of Melos

diagramma
diagramma
noun
the scale

diagrydium
diagrydium
noun
the juice of the plant

diaiteon
diaiteon
cross-reference
a salve made of the juice of the willow

dialectica
dialectica
noun
dialectics

dialectice
dialecticē
noun

dialectice
dialecticē
adverb
adv.

dialectice
dialecticē
adverb
dialectically

dialectice
dialecticē
noun
logical questions

dialecticum
dialecticum
noun
logical questions

dialecticum
dialecticum
noun

dialecticus
dialecticus
noun
a dialectician

dialecticus
dialecticus
adjective
belonging to disputation

dialectos
dialectos
noun
a dialect

dialectus
dialectus
noun
a dialect

dialepidos
dialepidos
cross-reference
an unguent made with the scales that fly from metal in hammering

dialeucos
dialeucos
adjective
intermixed with white

dialibanum
dialibanum
noun
a salve made with frankincense

dialion
diālion
noun
the plant

Dialis
Diālis
adjective
Of or belonging to Jupiter

dialogismos
dialogismos
noun
a consideration

dialogista
dialogista
noun
an able disputant

dialogus
dialogus
noun
conversation

dialutense
dialutensē
adverb
a sort of purple mussel found half in the mud

dialysis
dialysis
noun
a separation

dialyton
dialyton
noun

diamastigosis
diamastīgōsis
noun
a severe scourging

diameliloton
diamelilōtōn
cross-reference
a salve made of meliloton

diameliton
diamelitōn
cross-reference
a salve made of honey

diametros
diametros
noun
a diameter

diametros
diamētros
noun
a diameter

diametrum
diametrum
noun
the wantage

diamisyos
diamisyos
cross-reference
a salve made of misy

diamoron
diamorōn
noun
a medicament composed of the juice of black mulberries and honey

Diana
Diāna
noun
an Italian divinity

dianaea
dianaea
noun
by which a fact is exhibited instead of a conception

Dianarius
Diānārius
adjective
of or belonging to Diana

Dianaticus
Diānāticus
noun
a devotee of Diana

Dianium
Diānium
noun
A place or temple sacred to Diana

Dianius
Diānius
adjective
of or belonging to Diana

dianome
dianomē
noun
distribution of money

diapanton
diapantōn
cross-reference
universally

diapasma
diapasma
noun
a scented powder for sprinkling on any thing

diapason
diapāsōn
cross-reference
the whole octave

diapente
diapente
cross-reference
the whole octave

diapente
diapente
noun
A medicine made of five ingredients

diaphonia
diaphōnia
noun
disharmony

diaphora
diaphora
noun
distinction

diaphoresis
diaphorēsis
noun
A sweat

diaphoreticus
diaphorēticus
adjective
promoting perspiration

diaphragma
diaphragma
noun
the diaphragm

Diapontius
Diapontius
noun
beyond seas

diaporesis
diaporēsis
noun
a doubting

diapsalma
diapsalma
noun
a pause

diapsoricum
diapsōricum
noun
an eye-salve

diarium
diārium
noun
A daily allowance of food or pay

diarrhoea
diarrhoea
noun
diarrhaea

diasostes
diasostēs
noun
a sort of policemen

diaspermaton
diaspermatōn
noun
a drug made from seeds

diastema
diastēma
noun
space between

diastematicus
diastēmaticus
adjective
having pauses

diastole
diastolē
noun
The diastole

diastoleus
diastoleus
noun
an auditor of accounts

diastylos
diastȳlos
adjective
having columns far apart

diasyrmos
diasyrmos
noun
mockery

diasyrtice
diasyrticē
adverb
mockingly

diasyrticus
diasyrticus
adjective
mocking

diatessaron
diatessarōn
noun
A medicine made of four ingredients

diatessaron
diatessarōn
cross-reference
a fifth

diathyrum
diathyrum
noun
an enclosure

diatoichon
diatoichon
noun
a sort of brick-work

diatonicon
diatonicon
noun
a kind of masonry filled in with rubble

diatonicus
diatonicus
adjective
diatonic

diatonum
diatonum
adjective

diatonus
diatonus
adjective

diatretarius
diātrētārius
noun
one who does perforated or filigree work

diatretarius
diatrētārius
noun
one who does perforated or filigree work

diatretum
diatrētum
noun
pierced work

diatretus
diatrētus
adjective
pierced with holes

diatretus
diātrētus
adjective
pierced with holes

diatriba
diatriba
noun
a learned discussion

diatriba
diātriba
noun
a learned discussion

diatritaeus
diātritaeus
adjective
of the space of three days

diatritaeus
diatritaeus
adjective
of the space of three days

diatritus
diātritus
noun
the return of a fever on the third day

diatritus
diatritus
noun
the return of a fever on the third day

diatyposis
diatypōsis
noun
a description

diaula
diaula
noun
a plant

diaulos
diaulos
noun
a double course

diaxylon
diaxylon
cross-reference

diazeugmenon
diazeugmenon
noun
a separation

diazeuxis
diazeuxis
noun
a separation

diazoma
diazōma
noun
a space between the seats in a theatre

dibalo
dībālō
verb
to bleat abroad

dibaphus
dibaphus
noun
double dyed

dibaphus
dibaphus
adjective
double dyed

dibrachys
dībrachys
cross-reference
a metrical foot consisting of two short syllables

dibucino
dībūcinō
verb
to trumpet forth

dica
dica
noun
a lawsuit

dicabulum
dicābulum
noun
chatter

dicacitas
dicācitās
noun
biting wit

dicacule
dicāculē
adverb
keenly

dicaculus
dicāculus
adjective
Talkative

Dicaearchi
Dicaearchī
adjective
of Dicaearchia

Dicaearchia
Dicaearchīa
noun
the old name of

Dicaearchia
Dicaearchia
noun
the old name of

Dicaearchus
Dicaearchus
noun
The founder of Dicaearchia

dicaeologia
dicaeologia
noun
a plea

Dicarcheus
Dicarchēus
adjective

Dicarcheus
Dicarchēus
adjective
of Dicaearchia

Dicarchis
Dicarchis
noun

dicassit
dicassit
cross-reference

dicatio
dicātiō
noun
A formal declaration of intention to become a citizen

dicatus
dicātus
adjective

dicatus
dicātus
adjective
devoted

dicax
dicax
adjective
talking sharply

dice
dīcē
adverb

dicebo
dīcēbo
adverb

dichalcum
dichalcum
noun
a small coin

dichomenion
dichomēnion
noun
a plant

dichoneutus
dichōneutus
adjective
recast

dichoreus
dichorēus
noun
a double trochee

dichotomos
dichotomos
adjective
cut in two

dichronus
dichronus
adjective
of two quantities

dichronus
dīchronus
adjective
of two quantities

dicibulum
dicibulum
noun
chatter

dicimonium
dīcimōnium
noun
speaking

dicio
diciō
noun
dominion

dicis
dicis
cross-reference
for the sake of judicial form

dico
dīcō
verb
to say

dico
dicō
verb
To proclaim

dicrota
dicrota
noun

dicrotum
dicrotum
noun
a galley with two banks of oars

dictabolarium
dictābolārium
noun
a satirical saying

Dictaeus
Dictaeus
adjective

Dictaeus
Dictaeus
adjective
adj.

dictamen
dictāmen
noun

dictamnum
dictamnum
noun

dictamnum
dictamnum
noun
the plant dittany

dictamnus
dictamnus
noun
the plant dittany

dictamnus
dictamnus
noun

dictatio
dictātiō
noun
a dictating

dictatiuncula
dictātiuncula
noun
a short dictation

dictator
dictātor
noun
A dictator

dictatorius
dictātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a dictator

dictatrix
dictātrix
noun
a dictatress

dictatum
dictātum
noun
lessons

dictatum
dictātum
noun

dictatura
dictātūra
noun
The office of a dictator

Dicte
Dictē
noun
a mountain in the eastern part of Crete

dicterium
dictērium
noun
a witty saying

dicticos
dicticos
adjective
pointing

dictio
dictiō
noun
a saying

dictiosus
dictiōsus
adjective
facetious

dictito
dictitō
verb
v. intens. a

dicto
dictō
verb
to say often

dictor
dictor
noun
one who says

dictum
dictum
noun
something said

dictum
dictum
noun

dicturio
dicturiō
verb
v. desid. a.

dictus
dictus
adjective

dictus
dictus
noun
a saying

Dictynna
Dictynna
noun
The nymph Britomartis

Dictynnaeum
Dictynnaeum
noun
a place sacred to the goddess Dictynna

Dictynnaeus
Dictynnaeus
cross-reference
a promontory on the N. W. coast of Crete

Dictynneum
Dictynnēum
noun
a place sacred to the goddess Dictynna

Dictys
Dictys
noun
A mariner changed by Bacchus into a dolphin

Didascalica
Didascalica
noun
the title of a work by Attius

didascalicus
didascalicus
adjective
pertaining to instruction

didisdo
dīdisdo
verb
to give out

diditus
dīditus
adjective

Didius
Dīdius
adjective
the name of a Roman plebeian

Dido
Dīdō
noun
the celebrated foundress of Carthage

dido
dīdo
verb
to give out

didrachma
dīdrāchma
noun
a double drachma

didrachma
didrāchma
noun
a double drachma

didrachmon
dīdrāchmon
noun
a double drachma

didrachmon
didrāchmon
noun
a double drachma

diduco
dīdūcō
verb
to draw apart

diductio
dīductiō
noun
an expanding

diductus
dīductus
adjective

Didyma
Didyma
noun
A group of islands on the coast of Troas

Didyma
Didyma
noun
An island near Sicily

Didymaeus
Didymaeus
adjective
a city of Ionia

Didymaon
Didymāon
noun
the name of a skilful artificer

Didyme
Didymē
noun
An island near Sicily

Didymeon
Didymēon
noun
Joran

Didymeus
Didymeus
noun
the Didymean

diechidnon
diechidnōn
cross-reference
a medicine

diechidnon
diechīdnōn
cross-reference
a medicine

diecula
diēcula
noun
the short space of a day

dierectis
diērectis
noun
crucified

dies
diēs
noun
for every day

diesis
diesis
noun
A quarter-tone

Diespiter
Diespiter
noun
Juppiter

dieteris
dietēris
noun
a period of two years

diezeugmenon
diezeugmenon
noun
a separation of equal circumstances

diffamatio
diffāmātiō
noun
a publishing

diffamia
diffāmia
noun
defamation

diffamo
diffāmō
verb
to spread abroad by an ill report

diffarreatio
diffarreātiō
noun
an ancient form of Roman divorce

diffensus
diffensus
adjective
deferred

differens
differens
cross-reference

differens
differens
adjective
P. a.

differenter
differenter
cross-reference

differentia
differentia
noun
a difference

differitas
differitās
noun

differo
differō
verb
to carry different ways

differtus
differtus
adjective
stuffed full

diffibulo
diffībulō
verb
to unclasp

difficile
difficilē
adverb
with difficulty

difficilis
difficilis
adjective
hard

difficiliter
difficiliter
adverb
with difficulty

difficiliter
difficiliter
adverb
with difficulty

difficul
difficul
cross-reference

difficultas
difficultās
noun
difficulty

difficulter
difficulter
adverb
with difficulty

diffidens
diffīdens
adjective
P. a.

diffidens
diffīdens
cross-reference

diffidenter
diffīdenter
adverb
without self-confidence

diffidenter
diffīdenter
cross-reference

diffidentia
diffīdentia
noun
want of confidence

diffido
diffīdō
verb
to distrust

diffindo
diffindō
verb
to cleave asunder

diffingo
diffingō
verb
to form differently

diffissio
diffissiō
noun
the putting off or deferring of business to the following day

diffissus
diffissus
adjective

diffisus
diffīsus
adjective

diffiteor
diffiteor
verb
to disavow

difflatus
difflātus
noun
a blowing in an opposite direction

diffletus
difflētus
adjective
wept out

difflo
difflō
verb
to blow apart

diffluo
diffluō
verb
to flow in different directions

diffluus
diffluus
adjective
flowing asunder

diffluvio
diffluviō
verb
to divide

diffluxio
diffluxiō
noun
a flowing off

diffors
diffors
adjective
a kind of defence

diffractus
diffractus
adjective

diffringo
diffringo
verb
to break in pieces

diffugio
diffugiō
verb
to fly asunder

diffugium
diffugium
noun
a fleeing in different directions

diffugo
diffugō
verb
to put to flight

diffulguro
diffulgurō
verb
to scatter lightning around

diffulmino
diffulminō
verb
to scatter

diffumigo
diffūmigō
verb
to fumigate

diffundito
diffunditō
verb
to pour out

diffundo
diffundō
verb
to spread by pouring

diffuse
diffūsē
adjective
in a scattered manner

diffusilis
diffūsilis
adjective
diffusive

diffusio
diffūsiō
noun
The spreading out

diffusor
diffūsor
noun
a drawer-off

diffusus
diffūsus
adjective

diffusus
diffūsus
adjective
P. a.

diffututus
diffutūtus
adjective
exhausted by indulgence

difringo
dīfringo
verb
to break in pieces

digamia
digamia
noun
a marrying twice

digamma
digamma
noun
the Aeolic double gamma or digamma

digammon
digammon
noun
the Aeolic double gamma or digamma

digammos
digammos
noun
the Aeolic double gamma or digamma

digamus
digamus
adjective
that has been married twice

Digentia
Digentia
noun
a small

digeries
dīgeriēs
noun
an orderly distribution

digero
dīgerō
verb
to force apart

digestibilis
dīgestibilis
adjective
pertaining to digestion

digestilis
dīgestilis
adjective
promoting digestion

digestim
dīgestim
adverb
in order

digestio
dīgestiō
noun
A dividing of food

digestivus
dīgestīvus
adjective
pertaining to digestion

digestorius
dīgestōrius
adjective
promoting digestion

digestum
dīgestum
noun
a name given to a collection of writings distributed under certain heads

digestus
dīgestus
adjective

digestus
dīgestus
adjective

digestus
dīgestus
noun
a distributing

digitabulum
digitābulum
noun
a glove worn in gathering olives

digitalis
digitālis
adjective
of or belonging to the finger

digitatus
digitātus
adjective
having fingers or toes

digitellum
digitellum
noun
the plant house-leek

digitillum
digitillum
noun
the plant house-leek

digitulus
digitulus
noun
a little finger

Digitus
Digitus
noun
a proper name

digitus
digitus
noun
a finger

digladiabilis
dīgladiābilis
adjective
full of contention

digladior
dīgladior
verb
to fight for life and death

diglossos
diglōssos
noun
name of a plant

diglossos
dīglōssos
noun
name of a plant

digma
dīgma
noun
a specimen

dignabilis
dignābilis
adjective
worthy

dignanter
dignanter
adverb
courteously

dignanter
dignanter
adverb
adv.

dignatio
dignātiō
noun
a considering worthy

digne
dignē
adverb
worthily

digne
dignē
adverb
worthily

dignitas
dignitās
noun
a being worthy

dignitosus
dignitōsus
adjective
dignified

dignor
dignor
verb
to deem worthy or deserving

digno
dignō
verb
to deem worthy

dignorant
dīgnōrant
cross-reference

dignoscentia
dīgnoscentia
noun
the power of distinguishing

dignosco
dīgnoscō
verb
to know apart

dignosco
dīgnoscō
cross-reference

dignus
dignus
adjective
worthy

digredior
dīgredior
verb
to go apart or asunder

digressio
dīgressiō
noun
a parting

digressivus
dīgressīvus
adjective
pertaining to digression

digressus
dīgressus
noun
a parting

digressus
dīgressus
adjective

digrunnio
dīgrunniō
verb
to grunt hard

dii
diī
adverb
Nom. plur

diiambus
diiambus
noun
a double iambus

Dijovis
Dijovis
noun
the old Italian name for Juppiter

dijudicatio
dījūdicātiō
noun
a judging

dijudicatrix
dījūdicātrix
noun
she that judges or decides

dijudico
dījūdicō
verb
to judge by discerning or distinguishing

dijugatio
dījugātiō
noun
a separation

dijugo
dījugo
verb
v. a.

dijuncte
dijunctē
adverb
separately

dijunctio
dījunctiō
noun
a separation

dijunctivus
dījunctīvus
adjective
placed in opposition

dijungo
dījungō
verb
to disjoin

dilabidus
dīlābidus
adjective
that

dilabor
dīlābor
verb
to flow apart

dilaceratio
dīlacerātiō
noun
a tearing apart

dilacero
dīlacerō
verb
to tear to pieces

dilamino
dīlāminō
verb
to split in two

dilancinatus
dīlancinātus
adjective
torn to pieces

dilanio
dīlaniō
verb
to tear to pieces

dilapidatio
dīlapidātiō
noun
a squandering

dilapido
dīlapidō
verb
to throw away

dilapsio
dīlapsiō
noun
decay

dilapsus
dīlapsus
adjective

dilargior
dīlargior
verb
v. dep. a.

dilatatio
dīlātātiō
noun
an extending

dilatator
dīlātātor
noun
he who propagates

dilatio
dīlātiō
noun
a putting off

dilato
dīlātō
verb
to spread out

dilator
dīlātor
noun
a delayer

dilatorius
dīlātōrius
adjective
delaying

dilatura
dīlātūra
noun
a postponement

dilatus
dīlātus
adjective

dilaudo
dīlaudō
verb
to praise in all respects

dilaxo
dīlaxō
verb
to stretch apart

dilectio
dīlectiō
noun
love

dilector
dīlector
noun
a lover

dilectus
dīlectus
noun
a choosing or picking out

dilectus
dīlectus
noun
a favorite

dilectus
dīlectus
adjective

dilectus
dīlectus
noun

dilectus
dīlectus
adjective
P. a.

dilemma
dilemma
noun
a double proposition

diligens
dīligens
adjective
P. a.

diligens
dīligens
adjective
careful

diligenter
dīligenter
adverb
attentively

diligenter
dīligenter
adverb
carefully

diligentia
dīligentia
noun
carefulness

diligibilis
dīligibilis
adjective
estimable

diligo
dīligō
verb
to value or esteem highly

dilogia
dilogia
noun
ambiguity

dilophos
dilophos
adjective
with two crests

dilorico
dīlōrīco
verb
to tear apart

diloris
dilōris
adjective
doublestriped

diluceo
dīlūceō
verb
to be clear

dilucesco
dīlūcescō
verb
to grow light

dilucidatio
dīlūcidātiō
noun
an illustrating

dilucide
dīlūcidē
adverb
clearly

dilucide
dīlūcidē
adverb
Clearly

dilucidus
dīlūcidus
adjective
clear

diluculo
dīlūculō
verb
it grows light

diluculum
dīlūculum
noun
daybreak

diludium
dīlūdium
noun
a restingtime

diluo
dīluō
verb
to wash to pieces

dilutum
dīlūtum
noun
a liquid in which something has been dissolved

dilutus
dīlūtus
adjective
P. a.

diluvialis
dīluviālis
adjective
of a deluge or flood

diluvies
dīluviēs
noun
an inundation

diluvio
dīluviō
verb
to inundate. to deluge

diluvio
dīluviō
noun

diluvio
dīluviō
noun
an inundation

diluvium
dīluvium
noun

diluvium
dīluvium
noun
an inundation

dimacha
dimacha
noun
soldiers who fought both on foot and on horseback

dimachaerus
dimachaerus
adjective
fighting with two swords

dimadesco
dīmadescō
verb
v. inch.

dimano
dīmānō
verb
to flow different ways

dimensio
dīmensiō
noun
a measuring

dimensus
dīmensus
adjective

dimeter
dimeter
adjective
of two measures or metres

dimetiens
dīmētiens
adjective
the diameter

dimetior
dīmētior
verb
v. dep. a.

dimetor
dīmētor
verb
to measure out

dimetor
dīmētor
verb
to measure out

dimetria
dimetria
noun
a poem consisting of iambic dimeters

dimetria
dimētria
noun
a poem consisting of iambic dimeters

dimetrus
dimetrus
adjective
of two measures or metres

dimicatio
dīmicātiō
noun
a fight

dimico
dīmicō
verb
to fight

dimidia
dīmidia
noun
the half

dimidiatio
dīmidiātiō
noun
a halving

dimidiatus
dīmidiātus
adjective
halved

dimidietas
dīmidietās
noun
a half

dimidio
dīmidiō
verb
to divide into two equal parts

dimidium
dīmidium
noun
the half

dimidius
dīmidius
adjective
half

diminuo
dīminuō
verb
to break into small pieces

diminutio
dīminūtiō
noun

dimissio
dīmissiō
noun
A sending in different directions

dimissor
dīmissor
noun
a forgiver

dimissoriaelitterae
dīmissōriaelitterae
cross-reference
apostoli

dimissus
dīmissus
adjective

dimitto
dīmittō
verb
to send different ways

dimminuo
dimminuō
verb
to break into small pieces

dimotus
dīmōtus
adjective

dimoveo
dīmoveō
verb
To move asunder

dimulo
dimulō
verb
to goad on

Dinaea
Dinaea
noun
a Roman female name

Dinarchus
Dīnarchus
noun
an Attic orator

Dindymarius
Dindymārius
noun
a priest of Cybele

Dindymene
Dindymēnē
noun
the goddess Cybele

Dindymon
Dindymon
noun
a mountain in Mysia near Pessinus

Dindymos
Dindymos
noun
a mountain in Mysia near Pessinus

Dindymum
Dindymum
noun

Dindymus
Dindymus
noun
a mountain in Mysia near Pessinus

dine
dīnē
noun
a whirlwind

Dinea
Dinea
noun
a Roman female name

dingua
dingua
noun

Dino
Dīnō
noun
a Greek historian of the time of Philip of

Dinocrates
Dīnocratēs
noun
a Grecian architect in the time of Alexander the Great

Dinocrates
Dīnōcratēs
noun
a Grecian architect in the time of Alexander the Great

Dinomache
Dīnomachē
noun
the mother of Alcibiades

Dinomachus
Dīnomachus
noun
a Greek philosopher

Dinon
Dīnōn
noun
a Greek historian of the time of Philip of

dinosco
dīnoscō
verb
to know apart

dinumerabilis
dīnumerābilis
adjective
that may be numbered

dinumeratio
dīnumerātiō
noun
a counting over

dinumerator
dīnumerātor
noun
a reckoner

dinumero
dīnumerō
verb
to count over

dinummium
dinummium
noun
a tax of two

dinuptila
dinuptila
noun
a plant

dio
diō
noun
A brother-in-law of the elder Dionysius

diobolaria
diōbolāria
noun
the title of a comedy

diobolaris
diōbolāris
adjective
that costs or is worth two

Diochares
Diocharēs
noun
a freedman of Caesar

Diocharinus
Diocharīnus
adjective
of Diochares

Diocletianus
Dioclētiānus
noun
a Roman emperor from

Diodorus
Diodōrus
noun
A Peripatetic philosopher

Diodotus
Diodotus
noun
a Stoic

Diogenes
Diogenēs
noun
a celebrated Ionian philosopher

diogmita
diōgmīta
noun
a sort of lightarmed frontier troops kept for the pursuit of robbers

Diomedes
Diomēdēs
noun
A son of Tydeus

Diomedeus (ius
Diomēdēus (īus
adjective
of Diomedes

Dion
Diōn
noun

dion
diōn
noun
A brother-in-law of the elder Dionysius

Diona
Diōna
noun
The mother of Venus

Dionaeus
Diōnaeus
adjective
of Dione

Dionaeus
Diōnaeus
adjective
of Dione (Venus)

Dione
Diōnē
noun
The mother of Venus

dionymus
diōnymus
adjective
with a double name

Dionysia
Dionȳsia
noun
a noted dancer

Dionysiacus
Dionȳsiacus
adjective
of or relating to Bacchus

Dionysiacus
Dionȳsiacus
adjective

Dionysias
Dionȳsias
noun

Dionysias
Dionȳsias
noun
a precious stone

Dionysium
Dionȳsium
noun

Dionysium
Dionȳsium
adjective
of or pertaining to Bacchus

Dionysius
Dionȳsius
noun
the name of several celebrated Greeks

Dionysius
Dionȳsius
adjective
of or pertaining to Bacchus

dionysonymphas
dionȳsonymphas
noun
a plant

Dionysopolita
Dionȳsopolīta
noun
the inhabitants of Dionysopolis

Dionysos
Dionȳsos
noun
the Greek name of Bacchus

Dionysus
Dionȳsus
noun
the Greek name of Bacchus

diopetes
diopetes
noun
a sort of frog

Diophanes
Diophanēs
noun
Of Mitylenae

dioptra
dioptra
noun
an optical instrument

Dioryctos
Diōryctos
noun
a trench or canal

dioryx
diōryx
noun
a canal

Dios balanus
Dios balanus
noun
a kind of chestnut

Dios pneuma
Dios pneuma
noun
a species of rosemary

Diospyros
Diospyros
noun
a plant

diota
diōta
noun
a two-handled vessel

Diovis
Diovis
noun
the old Italian name for Juppiter

diox
diox
cross-reference

Diphilus
Dīphilus
noun
A celebrated Greek comic writer of Sinope

diphryges
diphryges
noun
a kind of slag formed in furnaces when copper is melted

diphthongus
diphthongus
noun
a diphthong

diphyes
diphyes
noun
a precious

diplangium
dīplangīum
noun
a double vessel

diplangium
diplangīum
noun
a double vessel

diplasius
diplasius
adjective
twofold

diplasius
dīplasius
adjective
twofold

diplinthius
diplinthius
adjective
two bricks thick

diplois
dīplois
noun
a double robe to be wrapped around the body

diplois
diplois
noun
a double robe to be wrapped around the body

diploma
dīplōma
noun
a letter folded double

diploma
diplōma
noun
a letter folded double

diplomarius
diplōmārius
noun
one who carried out the imperial letters of recommendation

dipondium
dipondium
cross-reference

dipondium
dipondium
noun
the sum of two

dipsacos
dipsacos
noun
the plant teasel

dipsas
dipsas
noun
a kind of serpent whose bite causes violent thirst

Dipsas
Dipsas
noun
a name given to an old bawd

dipteros
dipteros
adjective
with two wings

diptotum
diptōtum
noun
nouns that have only two cases

diptychum
diptychum
noun
A writing-tablet of two leaves

Dipylon
Dipylon
noun
a gate at Athens that closed the Ceramicus

dipyros
dipyros
adjective
twice burned

Dira
Dīra
noun
the Furies

dirado
dīrādō
verb
to scratch slightly

Dirae
Dīraē
adverb
the Furies

diraro
dīrārō
verb
to thin out

Dirca
Dirca
noun

Dircaeus
Dircaeus
adjective
adj.

Dirce
Dircē
noun
A fountain N. W. of Thebes

Dircenna
Dircenna
noun
a fountain in Spain

dircion
dircion
noun
a plant also known as

directa
dīrectā
cross-reference

directa
dīrectā
cross-reference
perpendicularly

directarius
dīrectārius
noun
one who

directe
dīrectē
adverb
directly

directe
dīrectē
adverb
directly

directiangulus
dīrectiangulus
adjective
right-angled

directilineus
dīrectilīneus
adjective
rectilinear

directim
dīrectim
adverb
directly

directim
dīrectim
cross-reference

directio
dīrectiō
noun
A making straight or even

directitude
dīrectitūde
noun
rightness

directo
dīrectō
cross-reference
directly

directo
dīrectō
adjective
directly

directorius
dīrectōrius
adjective
that directs or sends in any direction

directum
dīrectum
noun
a straight line

directura
dīrectūra
noun
a making straight

directus
dīrectus
adjective
P. a.

directus
dīrectus
adjective

diremptio
diremptiō
noun
a separation

diremptus
diremptus
adjective

diremptus
diremptus
noun
a separation

direptio
dīreptiō
noun
a plundering

direptor
dīreptor
noun
a plunderer

direptus
dīreptus
adjective

direptus
dīreptus
noun
a plundering

diribeo
diribeō
verb
to lay apart

diribitio
diribitiō
noun
a separating or sorting of the tablets taken from the ballot-box

diribitor
diribitor
noun
the separater or sorter of the ballots used in voting

diribitorium
diribitōrium
noun
the building in which the ballots were sorted

dirigo
dīrigō
verb
to lay straight

dirimo
dirimō
verb
to take apart

diripio
dīripiō
verb
to tear asunder

diritas
dīritās
noun
fatal mischief

dirum
dīrum
noun
fearful things

dirumpo
dīrumpō
verb
to break or dash to pieces

diruo
dīruō
verb
to tear asunder

diruptio
dīruptiō
noun
a tearing asunder

diruptus
dīruptus
adjective

dirus
dīrus
adjective
fearful

dirutio
dīrutiō
noun
a destruction

dirutus
dīrutus
adjective

dis
dīs
cross-reference

dis
dīs
adjective
adj.

dis
dīs
noun
rich

dis
dis
noun
c

Dis
Dīs
noun
godhead

discalceatus
discalceātus
adjective
unshod

discapedino
discapēdinō
verb
to hold the hands apart

discaveo
discaveō
verb
to be on one's guard against

discedo
discēdō
verb
To part asunder

discentia
discentia
noun
a learning

disceptatio
disceptātiō
noun
a dispute

disceptator
disceptātor
noun
an umpire

disceptatrix
disceptātrix
noun
a female umpire

discepto
disceptō
verb
to decide

discernenter
discernenter
adverb
with a distinction

discernenter
discernenter
adverb
with a distinction

discernibilis
discernibilis
adjective
that may be distinguished

discerniculum
discerniculum
noun
The bodkin in a woman's head-dress

discerno
discernō
verb
to separate

discerpo
discerpō
verb
to pluck or tear in pieces

discerptio
discerptiō
noun
a tearing in pieces

discessio
discessiō
noun
a separation

discessus
discessus
adjective

discessus
discessus
noun
A going asunder

disceus
disceus
noun
a sort of comet shaped like a quoit

discidium
discidium
noun
A tearing asunder

discido
discīdō
verb
to cut in pieces

discinctus
discinctus
adjective

discinctus
discinctus
adjective
ungirt

discindo
dīscindō
verb
to tear or cleave asunder

discingo
discingō
verb
to ungird

disciplina
discīplīna
noun
instruction

disciplina
disciplīna
noun
instruction

disciplinabilis
disciplīnābilis
adjective
to be learned

disciplinabilis
discīplīnābilis
adjective
to be learned

disciplinabiliter
disciplīnābiliter
adverb
in an instructive manner

disciplinabiliter
discīplīnābiliter
adverb
in an instructive manner

disciplinatus
disciplīnātus
adjective
instructed

disciplinatus
discīplīnātus
adjective
instructed

disciplinosus
discīplīnōsus
adjective
docile

disciplinosus
disciplīnōsus
adjective
docile

discipula
discipula
noun

discipula
discipula
noun
a female scholar or disciple

discipulatus
discipulātus
noun
the condition of a disciple

discipulina
discipulīna
noun

discipulus
discipulus
noun
a learner

discissio
discissiō
noun
a separation

discissura
discissūra
noun
a rending asunder

discissus
discissus
adjective

discludo
disclūdō
verb
To shut up separately

disclusio
disclūsiō
noun
a separation

disclusus
disclūsus
adjective

disco
discō
verb
to learn

discobino
discobīnō
verb
to file away

discobolus
discobolus
noun
the thrower of the discus or quoit

discoctus
discoctus
adjective

discoides
discoīdes
adjective
quoit-shaped

discolius
discolius
cross-reference
a verse consisting of an iambus

discolor
discolor
noun
of another color

discolorius
discolōrius
adjective

discolorus
discolōrus
adjective

disconcinnus
disconcinnus
adjective
unsuitable

disconduco
discondūcō
verb
not to be profitable or conducive

disconvenientia
disconvenientia
noun
want of agreement

disconvenio
disconveniō
verb
to disagree

discooperio
discooperiō
verb
to uncover

discophorus
discophorus
noun
one who carries a dish

discoquo
discoquō
verb
to boil to pieces

discordabilis
discordābilis
adjective
disagreeing

discordia
discordia
noun
disunion

Discordia
Discordia
noun
the goddess of discord

discordialis
discordiālis
cross-reference

discordiose
discordiōsē
adverb
in a spirit of discord

discordiosus
discordiōsus
adjective
full of discord

discordis
discordis
cross-reference

discorditas
discorditās
noun
disunion

discordium
discordium
noun

discordo
discordō
verb
to be at variance

discoriatio
discoriātiō
noun
a flaying

discors
discors
adjective
discordant

discrebilis
discrēbilis
adjective
that can be discerned

discredo
discrēdō
verb
to be incredulous towards

discrepabilis
discrepābilis
adjective
irreconcilable

discrepans
discrepans
adjective

discrepantia
discrepantia
noun
discordance

discrepatio
discrepātiō
noun
a discrepancy

discrepito
discrepitō
verb
to

discrepo
discrepō
verb
to differ in sound

discresco
discrescō
verb
to grow broad

discretim
discrētim
adverb
separately

discretio
discrētiō
noun
A separation

discretive
discrētīvē
adverb
by way of distinction

discretivus
discrētīvus
adjective
serving to distinguish

discretor
discrētor
noun
he who discerns or judges

discretorium
discrētōrium
noun
the diaphragm

discretus
discrētus
adjective

discribo
dīscrībō
verb
to distribute

discrimen
discrīmen
noun
that which separates or divides

discriminale
discrīmināle
noun
a head-dress

discriminalis
discrīminālis
adjective
that serves to divide or part

discriminatim
discrīminātim
adverb
with a difference or distinction

discriminatio
discrīminātiō
noun
the contrasting of opposite thoughts

discriminator
discrīminātor
noun
one who

discriminatrix
discrīminātrix
noun
she who distinguishes

discrimino
discrīminō
verb
to divide

discriminosius
discrīminōsius
cross-reference
adv. comp

discriptio
dīscriptiō
noun
a division

discruciatus
discruciātus
adjective

discruciatus
discruciātus
noun
violent torture

discrucio
discrucio
verb
to torture violently

discubitio
discubitiō
noun
a place for lying down

discubitus
discubitus
noun
a reclining at table

disculcio
disculciō
verb
to unshoe

discumbo
discumbō
verb
to lie down

discuneatus
discuneātus
adjective
wedged apart

discupio
discupiō
verb
to desire greatly

discurro
discurrō
verb
To run different ways

discursatio
discursātiō
noun
a running hither and thither

discursator
discursātor
noun
one who runs hither and thither

discursim
discursim
adverb
by running or going about

discursio
discursiō
noun
a running different ways

discurso
discursō
verb
to traverse

discursor
discursor
noun
one who runs about

discursus
discursus
noun
A running to and fro

discursus
discursus
adjective

Discus
Discus
noun
the name of a freedman

discus
discus
noun
A quoit

discusse
discussē
adverb
minutely

discussio
discussiō
noun
A shaking

discussor
discussor
noun
an examiner

discussorius
discussōrius
adjective
discutient

discussus
discussus
noun
a dashing

discutio
discutiō
verb
to strike asunder

disdiapason
disdiapāsōn
cross-reference
a fourth

disdiapason
disdiapāsōn
adjective
a double octave

disemus
disēmus
adjective
dissyllabic

diserte
disertē
adverb
adv.

disertim
disertim
adverb
clearly

disertiones
disertiōnes
cross-reference

disertitudo
disertitūdō
noun
eloquence

disertus
disertus
adjective

disertus
disertus
adjective
skilful in speaking on a subject

disglutino
disglūtinō
verb
to disjoin

disgrego
disgregō
verb
v. a.

disgregus
disgregus
adjective
different

dishiasco
dishiascō
verb
to gape open

disicio
dīsiciō
verb
to throw asunder

disjecto
disjectō
verb
to hurl hither and thither

disjectus
disjectus
noun
a casting asunder

disjectus
disjectus
adjective

disjicio
disjiciō
verb

disjicio
disjiciō
verb
to throw asunder

disjugatio
disjugātiō
cross-reference

disjugo
disjugō
cross-reference

disjugo
disjugo
verb
v. a.

disjuncte
disjunctē
adverb
separately

disjuncte
disjunctē
adverb
separately

disjunctim
disjunctim
adverb
adv.

disjunctio
disjunctiō
noun
a separation

disjunctivus
disjunctīvus
adjective
placed in opposition

disjunctum
disjunctum
noun
that which is logically opposed

disjunctus
disjunctus
adjective

disjunctus
disjunctus
adjective
P. a.

disjungo
disjungō
verb
to disjoin

disjurgium
disjurgium
noun
a difference

dismotum
dismōtum
adjective
holding two bodies

disomus
disōmus
adjective
holding two bodies

dispalesco
dispālescō
verb
to spread about

dispalor
dispālor
verb

dispando
dispando
verb
v. a.

dispar
dispar
noun
unlike

disparasco
disparascō
verb
to be unlike

disparatio
disparātiō
noun
a separation

dispargo
dispargō
verb

dispargo
dispargō
verb
to scatter on all sides

disparilis
disparilis
adjective
adj.

disparilitas
disparilitās
noun
dissimilarity

dispariliter
dispariliter
adverb
differently

dispariliter
dispariliter
adverb
adv.

disparo
disparō
verb
v. a.

dispartibilis
dispartibilis
adjective
divisible

dispartio
dispartiō
cross-reference

dispartio
dispartiō
verb
to distribute

dispartior
dispartior
cross-reference

dispatens
dispatens
adjective
opening in different directions

dispectio
dispectiō
noun
a viewing

dispecto
dispectō
verb
to consider

dispector
dispector
noun
one who considers

dispectus
dispectus
adjective

dispectus
dispectus
noun
regard

dispello
dispellō
verb
to drive asunder

dispendiosus
dispendiōsus
adjective
hurtful

dispendium
dispendium
noun
expense

dispendo
dispendo
verb
v. a.

dispendo
dispendō
verb
to weigh out

dispendo
dispendō
cross-reference
to stretch out

dispenno
dispenno
verb
v. a.

dispenno
dispennō
verb

dispensatio
dispensātiō
noun
Economical management

dispensative
dispensātīvē
adverb
in the manner of an administrator

dispensativus
dispensātīvus
adjective
pertaining to management or administratorship

dispensator
dispensātor
noun
a household superintendent

dispensatorius
dispensātōrius
adjective
relating to management or control

dispensatrix
dispensātrix
noun
she that dispenses

dispenso
dispensō
verb
to distribute by weight

dispensus
dispensus
adjective

dispercutio
dispercutiō
verb
to dash out

disperditio
disperditiō
cross-reference

disperdo
disperdō
verb
to destroy

dispereo
dispereō
verb
to go completely to ruin

dispergo
dispergō
verb
to scatter on all sides

disperno
dispernō
verb
to despise

disperse
dispersē
adverb
dispersedly

dispersim
dispersim
adverb

dispersio
dispersiō
noun
a scattering

dispersus
dispersus
adjective

dispertior
dispertior
verb

dispertio
dispertiō
verb
to distribute

dispertion (partior
dispertion (partior
expression

dispertitio
dispertītiō
noun
a division

dispesco
dispescō
verb
to separate

dispessus
dispessus
adjective

dispestus
dispestus
adjective

dispicio
dispiciō
verb
a.

Dispiter
Dispiter
adverb

displano
displānō
verb
to level away

displicatus
displicātus
adjective
scattered

displicentia
displicentia
noun
dissatisfaction

displiceo
displiceō
verb
to displease

displico
displicō
verb
to scatter

displodo
displōdo
verb
to spread out

displosus
displōsus
adjective

displuviata
displuviāta
cross-reference
of which the rain-water runs off on both sides of the walls

dispolio
dispoliō
verb
to plunder

dispondeus
dispondēus
noun
a double spondee

dispono
dispōnō
verb
to place here and there

disposite
dispositē
adverb
orderly

dispositio
dispositiō
noun
A regular disposition

dispositor
dispositor
noun
a disposer

dispositura
dispositūra
noun
a disposition

dispositus
dispositus
adjective

dispositus
dispositus
adjective
P. a.

dispositus
dispositus
noun
a disposition

dispudet
dispudet
cross-reference
v. impers.

dispulsus
dispulsus
adjective

dispulvero
dispulverō
verb
to reduce to powder

dispunctio
dispunctiō
noun
a settling up

dispunctor
dispunctor
noun
an examiner

dispunctus
dispunctus
adjective

dispungo
dispungō
verb
to check off

disputabilis
disputābilis
adjective
that may be disputed

disputatio
disputātiō
noun
A computing

disputatiuncula
disputātiuncula
noun
a short discussion

disputative
disputātīvē
adverb
in the way of discussion or dispute

disputativus
disputātīvus
adjective
pertaining to a dispute

disputator
disputātor
noun
a disputer

disputatorie
disputātōriē
adverb
in the manner of disputants

disputatrix
disputātrix
noun
a female disputant

disputo
disputō
verb
to cast or reckon up

disquiro
disquīrō
verb
to inquire diligently

disquisitio
disquīsītiō
noun
inquiry

disraro
disrārō
verb
to thin out

disrumpo
disrumpō
verb
to break or dash to pieces

disrumpo
disrumpō
cross-reference

dissaepimentum
dissaepīmentum
noun
that which separates

dissaepio
dissaepiō
verb
to part off

dissaeptio
dissaeptiō
noun
a partition

dissaeptum
dissaeptum
noun
a barrier

dissaeptus
dissaeptus
adjective

dissavior
dissavior
verb
to kiss ardently

dissavior
dissāvior
cross-reference

disseco
dissecō
verb
to cut asunder

dissectus
dissectus
adjective

disseminatio
dissēminātiō
noun
a scattering of seed

disseminator
dissēminātor
noun
one who spreads abroad

dissemino
dissēminō
verb
to spread abroad

dissensio
dissensiō
noun
difference of opinion

dissensus
dissensus
adjective

dissensus
dissensus
noun
dissension

dissentaneus
dissentāneus
adjective
disagreeing

dissentior
dissentior
verb

dissentio
dissentiō
verb
to differ in sentiment

dissep
dissēp
noun
that which separates

disseparatio
dissēparātiō
noun
a parting

disseparo
dissēparō
verb
to part

dissepio
dissēpiō
verb
to part off

dissepio
dissēpiō
cross-reference

disserenasco
disserēnascō
verb
to clear up

dissereno
disserēnō
verb
to be clear

dissero
disserō
verb
to scatter seed

dissero
disserō
verb
to examine

disserpo
disserpō
verb
to creep about

dissertatio
dissertātiō
noun
a spoken dissertation

dissertator
dissertātor
noun
a disputant

dissertio
dissertiō
noun
destruction

disserto
dissertō
verb
to discuss

dissertus
dissertus
adjective

dissicio
dissiciō
verb
to throw asunder

dissicio
dissiciō
verb

dissico
dissicō
verb
to cut asunder

dissidentia
dissidentia
noun
diversity

dissideo
dissideō
verb
to sit apart

dissidium
dissidium
cross-reference

dissignatio
dissignātiō
noun

dissignatio
dissignātiō
noun
A marking out

dissignator
dissignātor
noun

dissignator
dissignātor
noun
one who regulates or arranges

dissigno
dissignō
verb
to mark out

dissilio
dissiliō
verb
to leap or burst asunder

dissimilis
dissimilis
adjective
unlike

dissimiliter
dissimiliter
adverb
differently

dissimilitudo
dissimilitūdō
noun
unlikeness

dissimulamentum
dissimulāmentum
noun
a dissembling

dissimulanter
dissimulanter
adverb
dissemblingly

dissimulanter
dissimulanter
adverb
dissemblingly

dissimulantia
dissimulantia
noun
a dissembling

dissimulatio
dissimulātiō
noun
a dissembling

dissimulator
dissimulātor
noun
a dissembler

dissimulo
dissimulō
verb
to feign that a thing is not that which it is

dissipabilis
dissipābilis
adjective
that may be scattered or dispersed

dissipatio
dissipātiō
noun
a scattering

dissipator
dissipātor
noun
a disperser

dissipatrix
dissipātrix
noun
she who scatters or destroys

dissipo
dissipō
cross-reference
to spread abroad

dissiptum
dissiptum
cross-reference

dissitus
dissitus
adjective

dissitus
dissitus
adjective
lying apart

dissociabilis
dissociābilis
adjective
separating

dissocialis
dissociālis
adjective
irreconcilable

dissociatio
dissociātiō
noun
a separation

dissocio
dissociō
verb
to separate from fellowship

dissolubilis
dissolūbilis
adjective
that may be dissolved

dissolute
dissolūtē
adverb
loosely

dissolutio
dissolūtiō
noun
a dissolving

dissolutor
dissolūtor
noun
a destroyer

dissolutrix
dissolūtrix
noun
she who destroys

dissolutum
dissolūtum
noun
asyndeton

dissolutus
dissolūtus
adjective

dissolutus
dissolūtus
adjective
unloosed

dissolvo
dissolvō
verb
to loosen asunder

dissonanter
dissonanter
adverb
inharmoniously

dissonantia
dissonantia
noun
dissonance

dissono
dissonō
verb
to disagree in

dissonus
dissonus
adjective
dissonant

dissors
dissors
adjective
of a different fate

dissuadeo
dissuādeō
verb
to advise against

dissuasio
dissuāsiō
noun
an advising to the contrary

dissuasor
dissuāsor
noun
one who advises to the contrary

dissuavior
dissuāvior
verb
to kiss ardently

dissuesco
dissuescō
verb
to disuse

dissuetudo
dissuētūdō
noun
a becoming unaccustomed

dissulcus
dissulcus
cross-reference

dissulto
dissultō
verb
to leap apart

dissuo
dissuō
verb
to unstitich

dissupo
dissupō
verb

dissupo
dissupō
cross-reference
to spread abroad

dissutus
dissūtus
adjective

dissyll
dissyll
noun
one who was present at the nuptials of Perseus

distabesco
distābescō
verb
to consume or melt away

distaedeo
distaedeō
verb
to be very tired of

distantia
distantia
noun
distance

distectus
distectus
adjective
uncovered

distegum
distegum
noun

distegus
distegus
adjective
of two stories

distendo
distendō
verb
to stretch asunder

distenno
distennō
verb

distenno
distennō
verb
to stretch asunder

distensus
distensus
adjective

distentio
distentiō
noun
a stretching out

distentus
distentus
adjective
engaged

distentus
distentus
adjective

distentus
distentus
adjective
distended

distentus
distentus
noun
a swelling out

distentus
distentus
adjective

distermina
distermina
noun
the diameter

disterminatio
disterminātiō
noun
a separation

disterminator
disterminātor
noun
a separator

distermino
disterminō
verb
to separate by a boundary

disterminus
disterminus
adjective
separated

disterno
disternō
verb
to spread out

distero
disterō
verb
to bruise or grind to pieces

distexo
distexō
verb
to unravel

distichon
distichon
noun
a poem of two verses

distichum
distichum
noun
a building with two stories or two rows of chambers

distichus
distichus
adjective
consisting of two rows

distillo
distillō
verb

distillo
distillō
verb
to drip or trickle down

distimulo
distimulō
verb
to goad through

distincte
distinctē
adverb
distinctly

distinctio
distinctiō
noun
a distinguishing

distinctor
distinctor
noun
one who distinguishes

distinctus
distinctus
adjective

distinctus
distinctus
adjective

distinctus
distinctus
noun
a distinguishing

distineo
distineō
verb
To keep asunder

distinguo
distinguō
verb
To separate

distisum
distīsum
cross-reference

disto
distō
verb
to stand apart

distorqueo
distorqueō
verb
to turn different ways

distorsio
distorsiō
noun
perversion

distortio
distortiō
noun
a distorting

distortus
distortus
adjective
distorted

distortus
distortus
adjective

distractio
distractiō
noun
a pulling asunder

distractor
distractor
noun
One who worries

distractus
distractus
noun
dissolution of a contract

distractus
distractus
adjective

distractus
distractus
adjective

distraho
distrahō
verb
To pull asunder

distribuo
distribuō
verb
to divide

distribute
distribūtē
adverb
orderly

distributio
distribūtiō
noun
a division

distributivus
distribūtīvus
adjective
apportioning

distributor
distribūtor
noun
a distributer

distributrix
distribūtrix
noun
she who apportions or distributes

distributus
distribūtus
adjective

districte
districtē
adverb

districte
districtē
adverb

districtim
districtim
adverb

districtim
districtim
adverb

districtio
districtiō
noun
a stretching out

districtivus
districtīvus
adjective
pertaining to dissolving

districtus
districtus
adjective

districtus
districtus
adjective

distrigilla
distrīgilla
cross-reference

distringo
distringō
verb
To draw asunder

distrunco
distruncō
verb
to cut to pieces

disturbatio
disturbātiō
noun
destruction

disturbo
disturbō
verb
to drive asunder

disunio
disūniō
verb
to disunite

disyllaba
disyllaba
noun
dissyllabic words

disyllabum
disyllabum
noun
dissyllabic words

disyllabus
disyllabus
adjective
dissyllabic

ditator
dītātor
noun
one that enriches

ditesco
dītescō
verb
to grow rich

dithalassus
dithalassus
adjective

dithyrambicus
dīthyrambicus
adjective
dithyrambic

dithyrambus
dīthyrambus
noun
a dithyramb

ditia
dītia
noun
wealth

ditifico
dītificō
verb
to enrich

ditio
ditiō
noun
dominion

ditio
ditiō
noun

ditior
dītior
cross-reference

ditissime
dītissimē
adverb

ditissimus
dītissimus
cross-reference

ditius
dītius
adverb
more richly or splendidly

ditius
dītius
cross-reference
adv. comp.

dito
dītō
verb
to enrich

ditrochaeus
ditrochaeus
noun
a ditrochee or double trochee

ditrochaeus
dītrochaeus
noun
a ditrochee or double trochee

diu
diū
adverb
By day

diureticus
diūrēticus
adjective
that promotes urine

diurnalis
diurnālis
adjective
diurnal

diurnarius
diurnārius
noun
a diarykeeper

diurne
diurnē
adverb
daily

diurno
diurnō
verb
to last long

diurnum
diurnum
noun

diurnus
diurnus
adjective
of or belonging to the day

dius
dīus
noun
a god

dius
dīus
adjective
of or belonging to a deity

dius
dius
adverb

dius
dīus
cross-reference

diuscule
diusculē
adverb
a little while

diutine
diūtinē
adverb
long

diutinus
diūtinus
adjective
of long duration

diutissime
diūtissimē
adverb
adv. sup

diutius
diūtius
adverb
longer

diutius
diūtius
adverb
adv. comp

diutule
diūtulē
adverb
a little while

diuturne
diūturnē
adverb

diuturne
diūturnē
adverb

diuturnitas
diūturnitās
noun
length of time

diuturnus
diūturnus
adjective
of long duration

diva
dīva
noun
a god

Diva
Dīva
noun
the good goddess

diva
dīva
noun
a goddess

divagor
dīvagor
verb
to wander

divalis
dīvālis
adjective
Divine

divarico
dīvāricō
verb
to spread asunder

divello
dīvellō
verb
To rend asunder

divendo
dīvendō
verb
to sell piecemeal

diventilo
dīventilō
verb
to spread abroad

diverbero
dīverberō
verb
to strike asunder

diverbium
dīverbium
noun
the colloquial part of a comedy

divergium
dīvergium
noun
a point of separation

diverro
dīverrō
verb
to sweep away

diverro
dīverrō
verb

diverse
dīversē
adverb
different ways

diversiclinium
dīversiclīnium
noun
words irregularly inflected

diversiclinium
dīversīclīnium
noun
words irregularly inflected

diversicolor
dīversicolor
noun
of various colors

diversicolorus
dīversicolōrus
adjective
party-colored

diversitas
dīversitās
noun
Contrariety

diversorium
dīversōrium
cross-reference

diversorius
dīversōrius
adjective
belonging to an inn or lodging-place

diversus
dīversus
adjective

diversus
dīversus
adjective
turned different ways

diverticulum
dīverticulum
noun
A by-road

divertium
dīvertium
noun

diverto
dīvertō
verb
to turn or go different ways

dives
dīves
adjective
Rich

dives
dīves
noun
rich

divexo
dīvexō
verb
to pull or rend asunder

divexus
dīvexus
adjective
spread out

Divico
Divicō
noun
a distinguished Helvetian

dividia
dīvidia
noun
division

dividicula
dīvidicula
cross-reference
reservoirs

divido
dīvidō
verb
To force asunder

dividuitas
dīviduitās
noun
division

dividus
dīvidus
adjective
separated

dividuus
dīviduus
adjective
Divisible

divigena
dīvigena
noun
born of God

divina
dīvīna
noun
a prophetess

divinatio
dīvīnātiō
noun
The faculty of foreseeing

divinator
dīvīnātor
noun
a soothsayer

divinatrix
dīvīnātrix
noun
she who or that which divines

divine
dīvīnē
adverb
In a godlike manner

divinipotens
dīvīnipotens
adjective
mighty in divination

divinisciens
dīvīnisciens
adjective
skilled in divination

divinitas
dīvīnitās
noun
Godhead

divinitus
dīvīnitus
adverb
from heaven

divino
dīvīnō
verb
to foresee

divinum
dīvīnum
noun
The deity

divinus
dīvīnus
noun
a soothsayer

divinus
dīvīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a deity

divise
dīvīsē
adverb
distinctly

divisibilis
dīvīsibilis
adjective
divisible

divisim
dīvīsim
adverb
separately

divisio
dīvīsiō
noun
a division

divisor
dīvīsor
noun
A divider

divisura
dīvīsūra
noun
a division

divisus
dīvīsus
adjective
divided

divisus
dīvīsus
noun
a division

divisus
dīvīsus
adjective

divitatio
dīvitātiō
noun
an enriching

Divitensis
Divitensis
noun
the inhabitants of the town Divitia

divitia
dīvitia
noun
riches

divitia
dīvitia
noun

Divitiacus
Divitiacus
noun
The brother of Dumnorix

divitior
dīvitior
cross-reference

divitissimus
dīvitissimus
cross-reference

divito
dīvitō
verb

Divodurum
Dīvodūrum
noun
a city of the

divolvo
dīvolvō
verb
to roll to and fro

Divona
Dīvona
noun
a city in the neighborhood of Bordeaux

divorse
dīvorse
adverb
different ways

divorsicolor
dīvorsicolor
noun
of various colors

divorsus
dīvorsus
cross-reference

divorsus
dīvorsus
adjective
turned different ways

divortium
dīvortium
noun
a separation

divorto
dīvortō
cross-reference

divorto
dīvortō
verb
to turn or go different ways

divulgatio
dīvulgātiō
noun
a publishing

divulgatus
dīvulgātus
adjective
widespread

divulgo
dīvulgō
verb
to spread among the people

divulsio
dīvulsiō
noun
a tearing asunder

divulsus
dīvulsus
adjective

divum
dīvum
noun

divum
dīvum
noun
the sky

divus
dīvus
cross-reference

divus
dīvus
noun
a god

divus
dīvus
adjective
of or belonging to a deity

do
cross-reference

do
verb
to give

doceo
doceō
verb
to teach

dochlea
dochlea
noun
the plant

dochmius
dochmius
noun
the dochmiac foot in poetry

docibilis
docibilis
adjective
that learns easily

docibilitas
docibilitās
noun
aptness in learning

docilis
docilis
adjective
easily taught

docilitas
docilitās
noun
aptness for being taught

dociliter
dociliter
adverb
with docility

docimen
docimen
noun

docimen
docimen
cross-reference

docis
docis
noun
a fiery meteor

docte
doctē
adverb
Learnedly

docticanus
docticanus
adjective
singing skilfully

doctificus
doctificus
adjective
making learned

doctiloquus
doctiloquus
adjective
speaking learnedly

doctisonus
doctisonus
adjective
skilfully sounding

doctiuscule
doctiusculē
adverb
pedantically

doctor
doctor
noun
a teacher

doctrina
doctrīna
noun
teaching

doctrinalis
doctrīnālis
adjective
theoretical

doctrix
doctrix
noun
she who instructs

doctus
doctus
adjective
learned

documen
documen
noun

documentatio
documentātiō
cross-reference
a reminding

documentum
documentum
noun
a lesson

dodecaeteris
dōdecaetēris
noun
a period of twelve years

dodecatemorion
dōdecatēmorion
noun
the twelfth part of a constellation

dodecatheon
dōdecatheon
noun
an herb

dodona
dōdōna
noun
a city in Epirus

Dodonaeus
Dōdōnaeus
adjective
of Dodona

dodone
dōdōnē
noun
a city in Epirus

Dodonigena
Dōdōnigena
noun

Dodonis
Dōdōnis
noun
Dodonean

Dodonius
Dōdōnius
adjective
of Dodona

dodra
dōdra
noun
a drink composed of nine ingredients

dodralis
dōdrālis
adjective

dodrans
dōdrans
adjective
nine twelfths or three fourths

dodrantalis
dōdrantālis
adjective
of nine

dodrantarius
dōdrantārius
adjective
of or belonging to a

doga
doga
noun
a sort of vessel

dogarius
dogarius
cross-reference

dogma
dogma
noun
a philosophic tenet

dogmaticus
dogmaticus
adjective
pertaining to a philosophic doctrine

dogmatistes
dogmatistēs
noun
one who maintains dogmata

dogmatizo
dogmatīzō
verb
to propound a dogma

dolabella
dolābella
noun
a small pick-axe

Dolabella
Dolābella
noun
nom. pr

Dolabellianus
Dolābelliānus
adjective

dolabra
dolābra
noun
a mattock

dolabrarius
dolābrārius
noun
a pickaxe-maker

dolabratus
dolābrātus
adjective
mattockshaped

dolamen
dolāmen
noun
a hewing

dolatilis
dolātilis
adjective
easily hewn

dolatorium
dolātōrium
noun
an implement for hewing stones

dolatus
dolātus
noun
a hewing

dolens
dolens
adjective

dolens
dolens
adjective
causing pain

dolenter
dolenter
cross-reference

dolenter
dolenter
adverb
painfully

dolentia
dolentia
noun
pain

dolentulus
dolentulus
adjective
dim. adj

doleo
doleō
verb
to feel pain

doliaris
dōliāris
adjective
of a cask

doliarium
dōliārium
noun
the place where wine-casks are kept

doliarius
dōliārius
adjective
of a cask or casks

Dolicha
Dolicha
noun
a city of Thessalia

Doliche
Dolichē
noun
a city of Thessalia

Dolichenus
Dolichēnus
cross-reference
an epithet of Jupiter

dolichodromos
dolichodromos
noun
the long course

dolichodromos
dolichōdromos
noun
the long course

dolichos
dolichos
noun
a plant

Dolichos
Dolichos
noun
The name of a gladiator

dolidus
dolidus
adjective
painful

dolio
doliō
verb

Doliolum
Dōliolum
noun
a place in Rome

doliolum
dōliolum
noun
a small cask

dolito
dolitō
verb
to pain greatly

dolium
dōlium
noun
a very large jar of globular form

Dolo
Dolō
noun
nom. propr

dolo
dolō
noun
a staff with a short sharp iron point

dolo
dolō
verb
to chip with an axe

Dolocenus
Dolocēnus
cross-reference
an epithet of Jupiter

dolon
dolōn
noun
a staff with a short sharp iron point

Dolopeis
Dolopēis
noun
Dolopian

Dolopeius
Dolopēius
adjective
of the Dolopes

Dolopia
Dolopia
noun
the part of Thessaly formerly inhabited by the Dolopes

Dolopis
Dolopis
noun
the Dolopes

dolor
dolor
noun
pain

Dolorestes
Dolorestes
noun
the title of a tragedy of Pacuvius

dolorosus
dolōrōsus
adjective
painful

dolose
dolōsē
adverb
craftily

dolositas
dolōsitās
noun
deceit

dolosus
dolōsus
adjective
crafty

dolus
dolus
noun
a device

doma
dōma
noun
a roof

domabilis
domābilis
adjective
that may be tamed

domator
domātor
noun
a tamer

domefactus
domefactus
adjective
tamed

domesticatim
domesticātim
adverb
in the house

domesticatus
domesticātus
noun
the office and dignity of the

domestice
domesticē
adverb
at home

domesticus
domesticus
adjective
of or belonging to the house

domesticus
domesticus
noun
the members of a family

domicenium
domicēnium
noun
a meal at home

domicilium
domicilium
noun
a habitation

domicoenium
domicoenium
cross-reference

domicurius
domicūrius
noun
a steward

Domiduca
Domidūca
noun
the god that conducts home

Domiducus
Domidūcus
noun
the god that conducts home

domina
domina
noun
mistress

dominans
dominans
adjective
an absolute ruler

dominans
dominans
adjective

dominans
dominans
adjective
ruling

dominante
dominantē
adverb

dominanter
dominanter
cross-reference

dominatio
dominātiō
noun
rule

dominator
dominātor
noun
ruler

dominatrix
dominātrix
noun
a female ruler

dominatus
dominātus
noun
rule

Dominicum
Dominicum
noun
a collection of poems by the Emperor Nero

dominicus
dominicus
adjective
of or belonging to a lord or master

dominium
dominium
noun
A feast

dominor
dominor
verb
to be lord and master

dominor
dominor
verb
in the manner of a ruler

dominulus
dominulus
noun
a little lord

dominus
dominus
noun
a master

domiporta
domiporta
noun
she that carries her house on her back

domiseda
domiseda
noun
she who stays at home

Domitianus
Domitiānus
adjective
consul

Domitianus
Domitiānus
noun
a Roman emperor

Domitianus
Domitiānus
adjective

domitius
domitius
adjective
pertaining to the house

Domitius
Domitius
adjective
the appellation of a Roman gens. So Cn. Domitius Calvinus

domito
domitō
verb
to tame

domitor
domitor
noun
a tamer

domitrix
domitrix
noun
she who tames or subdues

domitura
domitūra
noun
a taming

domitus
domitus
noun
a taming

domitus
domitus
adjective

domnaedius
domnaedius
noun
a landlord

domnicus
domnicus
cross-reference

domnifunda
domnifunda
noun
a landlady

domnipraedia
domnipraedia
noun
a landlady

domnus
domnus
cross-reference

domo
domō
verb
to tame

domucula
domucula
noun
a little house

domuitio
domuitiō
noun
a returning home

domuncula
domuncula
noun
a small house

domus
domus
noun
a house

domuscula
domuscula
noun

donabilis
dōnābilis
adjective
That deserves to be presented with

donarium
dōnārium
noun
the place in a temple where the votive offerings were kept

donaticus
dōnāticus
adjective
given as a present

donatio
dōnātiō
noun
a presenting

donativum
dōnātīvum
noun
a largess

donator
dōnātor
noun
a giver

donatrix
dōnātrix
noun
she who gives

Donatus
Dōnātus
noun
a celebrated Roman grammarian of the fourth century of our era

Donax
Donax
cross-reference
a Greek proper name

donax
donax
noun
A sort of reed or cane

donec
dōnec
conjunction
as long as

donicum
dōnicum
conjunction

donicum
dōnicum
conjunction
as long as

donifico
dōnificō
verb
to make presents

donique
dōniquē
adverb

dono
dōnō
verb
To give

donum
dōnum
noun
a gift

Donusa
Donūsa
noun
a small island in the Aegean Sea

dorcadion
dorcadion
noun
name of a plant

dorcas
dorcas
noun
acc. pl

Dorceus
Dorceus
noun
the name of one of Actaeon's hounds

Dorcium
Dorcium
noun
the name of a female slave

dorcus
dorcus
noun
a gazelle

Dorias
Dōriās
noun
a character in the Eunuchus of Terence

Dorice
Dōrice
noun
those who speak Doric

Dorice
Dōricē
adverb
in the Doric manner

Doricus
Doricus
noun
those who speak Doric

Doricus
Dōricus
adjective
Doric

Doriensis
Dōriensis
noun

Dorio
Dōriō
noun
Dorio

Dorippa
Dōrippa
noun
the name of a woman

Doris
Dōris
noun
the Dorians

Doris
Dōris
noun
adj. fem

Dorium
Dōrium
noun

Dorius
Dōrius
adjective
Doric

dormio
dormiō
verb
to sleep

dormisco
dormiscō
verb
to fall asleep

dormitatio
dormītātiō
noun
sleep

dormitator
dormītātor
noun
a sleeper

dormitio
dormītiō
noun
a sleeping

dormito
dormītō
verb
to be sleepy

dormitor
dormītor
noun
a sleeper

dormitorium
dormitorium
noun
a sleeping-room

dormitorius
dormītōrius
adjective
of or for sleeping

doron
dōron
noun
a gift

Dorsennus
Dorsennus
noun
a Roman proper name

dorsennus
dorsennus
noun
soothsayer

Dorsenus
Dorsēnus
noun
a Roman proper name

dorsenus
dorsēnus
noun
soothsayer

Dorso
Dorsō
noun
a Roman surname

dorsuale
dorsuale
noun
a cover for the back

dorsualis
dorsuālis
adjective
of or on the back

dorsum
dorsum
noun
the back

dorsus
dorsus
noun
the back

Dorus
Dōrus
noun
the Dorians

Dorus
Dōrus
noun
The legendary ancestor of the Dorians

dorx
dorx
noun
acc. pl

Doryclus
Doryclus
noun
from Mount Tmarus in Epirus

Doryclus
Dorȳclus
noun
from Mount Tmarus in Epirus

dorycnion
dorycnion
noun
a poisonous plant

Dorylaeum
Dorylaeum
noun
a city of Phrygia

Dorylaeus
Dorylaeus
noun

Dorylas
Dorylās
noun
a Greek proper name

Dorylensis
Dorylensis
noun
Its inhabitants

Doryphoros
Doryphoros
noun
the Lance-bearer

Doryphorus
Doryphorus
noun
the Lance-bearer

dos
dōs
noun
a marriage portion

Dossennus
Dossennus
noun
a Roman proper name

dossennus
dossennus
noun
soothsayer

dossenus
dossēnus
noun
soothsayer

Dossenus
Dossēnus
noun
a Roman proper name

dossuarius
dossuārius
adjective
that carries on its back

dotalis
dōtālis
adjective
of or belonging to a dowry or portion

dotatus
dōtātus
adjective
well or richly endowed

doto
dōtō
verb
to endow

Doto
Dōtō
noun
a sea-nymph

dracaena
dracaena
noun
a sea-nymph

drachma
drachma
noun
A small Greek coin

drachuma
drachuma
noun
A small Greek coin

draco
dracō
noun
a sort of serpent

Draco
Dracō
noun
a proper name

draconarius
dracōnārius
noun
a standard-bearer

draconigena
dracōnigena
noun
dragon-born

draconitis
dracōnītis
noun
a precious stone

dracontarium
dracontārium
noun
a garland or wreath twisted like a serpent

draconteus
draconteus
adjective
of a serpent

dracontia
dracontia
noun
a precious stone

dracontias
dracontiās
noun
a precious stone

dracontion
dracontion
noun
a kind of wheat

dracontios vitis
dracontios vītis
expression
an excellent kind of vine

dracontium
dracontium
noun
dragon-wort

dracunculus
dracunculus
noun
A small serpent

dragantum
dragantum
noun

dragantum
dragantum
noun

drama
drāma
noun
a drama

dramaticum
drāmaticum
cross-reference
dramatic

Dranca
Dranca
noun
a Persian

Drancaeus
Drancaeus
adjective
of the Drancae

Dranga
Dranga
noun
a Persian

Drangaeus
Drangaeus
adjective
of the Drancae

drapeta
drāpeta
noun
a fugitive slave

draucus
draucus
noun
a sodomite

Draus
Draus
noun
the river Drave in Hungary

Dravus
Dravus
noun
the river Drave in Hungary

drenso
drensō
verb

Drepane
Drepane
noun
The promontory in its neighborhood

drepanis
drepanis
noun
the martin

Drepanitani
Drepanitānī
adverb
the inhabitants of the promontory of Drepanum

Drepanitanus
Drepanitānus
adjective
of Drepanum

Drepanum
Drepanum
noun
a town on the western coast of Sicily

Drepanum
Drepanum
noun
The promontory in its neighborhood

drimyphagia
drīmyphagia
noun
the eating of acrid food

drindio
drindiō
verb

dromas
dromas
noun
A dromedary

Dromas
Dromas
noun

dromedarius
dromedārius
noun

Dromo
Dromō
noun
the name of a slave

dromo
dromō
noun
A sort of shell-fish

dromos
dromos
noun
a race-course

Dromos
Dromos
noun
the plain near Sparta

dropacator
drōpacātor
noun
one who depilates

dropacismus
drōpacismus
noun
the removal of hair by plasters of pitch

dropacista
drōpacista
noun
one who depilates

dropaco
drōpacō
verb
to depilate

dropax
drōpax
noun
a pitchointment

drosolithus
drosolithus
noun
dewstone

Druentia
Druentia
noun
a tributary river of the Rhodanus

Druias
Druias
noun
a Gallic priestess and prophetess

Druida
Druida
noun
the Druids

Druidis
Druidis
noun
the Druids

Druis
Druis
noun

drungus
drungus
noun
a body of soldiers

drupa
drūpa
noun
an over-ripe

drupa
drupa
noun
an over-ripe

druppa
druppa
noun
an over-ripe

Drusianus
Drūsiānus
adjective
the name of several females of the Livian family

Drusilla
Drūsilla
noun
the name of several females of the Livian family

Drusinus
Drūsīnus
adjective
the name of several females of the Livian family

Drusus
Drūsus
noun
a well-known Roman surname in the Livian family

Dryadis
Dryadis
noun
wood-nymphs

Dryantides
Dryantīdēs
noun
Lycurgus

Dryas
Dryas
adjective
The father of Lycurgus king of Thrace

Dryas
Dryas
noun

dryitis
dryītis
noun
an unknown precious stone

Drymo
Drȳmō
noun
a sea-nymph

Dryope
Dryopē
noun
The mother of Amphissus by Apollo

dryophonon
dryophonon
noun
a sort of fern

Dryopis
Dryopis
noun
One of the Dryopes

Dryops
Dryops
noun
One of the Dryopes

dryopteris
dryopteris
noun
a plant similar to the preceding

Drysida
Drysida
noun
the Druids

dua
dua
cross-reference

dualis
duālis
adjective
that contains two

dualitas
duālitās
noun
the number two

dubenus
dubenus
cross-reference

dubie
dubiē
adverb
doubtfully

dubie
dubiē
adverb
doubtfully

dubietas
dubietās
noun
doubt

dubio
dubiō
cross-reference

dubiosus
dubiōsus
adjective
doubtful

Dubis
Dūbis
noun
a river in

dubitabilis
dubitābilis
adjective
doubtful

dubitanter
dubitanter
adverb
Doubtingly

dubitanter
dubitanter
adverb
doubtingly

dubitatim
dubitātim
adverb
hesitatingly

dubitatim
dubitātim
adverb
hesitatingly

dubitatio
dubitātiō
noun
A wavering in opinion or judgment

dubitative
dubitātīvē
adverb
doubtfully

dubitativus
dubitātīvus
adjective
doubtful

dubitator
dubitātor
noun
a doubter

dubito
dubitō
verb
to vibrate from one side to the other

dubium
dubium
adverb

dubius
dubius
adjective
Moving in two directions alternately

ducalis
ducālis
adjective
of or belonging to a leader or commander

ducaliter
ducāliter
adverb
like a leader or general

ducator
ducātor
noun
a general

ducatrix
ducātrix
noun
a female leader

ducatus
ducātus
noun
military leadership

ducena
ducēna
noun
the office of a

ducenaria
ducēnāria
noun
the office of a

ducenarius
ducēnārius
adjective
containing two hundred

ducenarius
ducēnārius
noun
the commander of

duceni
ducēnī
adjective
two hundred each

ducentesima
ducentēsima
noun
the two hundredth part

ducenti
ducentī
adjective
two hundred

ducentiens
ducentiens
adverb
two hundred times

ducenties
ducenties
adverb
two hundred times

ducentum
ducentum
cross-reference

ducianus
ducianus
noun
a commander's servant

ducianus
duciānus
adjective
of or belonging to a leader or commander

duco
dūcō
verb
to lead

ductabilitas
ductābilitās
noun
aptness to be duped

ductarius
ductārius
adjective
of or for drawing

ductilis
ductilis
adjective
that may be led

ductim
ductim
adverb
by drawing

ductio
ductiō
noun
a leading

ductito
ductitō
verb
to lead

ducto
ductō
verb
to lead or draw

ductor
ductor
noun
a leader

ductrix
ductrix
noun
a female chief

ductus
ductus
adjective

ductus
ductus
noun
a leading

ductus aquae
ductus aquae
noun
a conveyance of water

ductus aquarum
ductus aquārum
noun
a conveyance of water

dudum
dūdum
adverb
adv. temp

duella
duella
noun
a Roman weight

duellator
duellātor
noun
A warrior

duellicosus
duellicōsus
adjective
warlike

duellicus
duellicus
adjective
of or pertaining to war

duellis
duellis
noun
a warrior

Duellius
Duellius
adjective
a Roman gens

Duellona
Duellōna
noun
the goddess of

duellum
duellum
noun
war

duicensus
duicensus
cross-reference

duidens
duidens
cross-reference

duidens
duidens
adjective
with two teeth

duidens
duidens
adjective
with two teeth

Duilius
Duīlius
adjective
a Roman gens

Duilius
Duīlius
cross-reference

Duillius
Duillius
adjective
a Roman gens

Duillius
Duillius
cross-reference

duim
duim
cross-reference

duis
duis
cross-reference
verb

duita
duīta
noun
heretics who believed in two gods

duitas
duitās
noun
the state of being two

duitor
duitor
cross-reference

dulcacidus
dulcacidus
adjective
of a sourish-sweet flavor

dulcator
dulcātor
noun
a sweetener

dulce
dulce
adverb

dulce
dulcē
adverb
sweetly

dulcedo
dulcēdō
noun
sweetness

dulcesco
dulcescō
verb
to become sweet

dulciarius
dulciārius
adjective
of confections

dulciarius
dulciarius
noun
a pastry-cook

dulciculus
dulciculus
adjective
sweetish

dulcifer
dulcifer
adjective
containing sweetness

dulcifico
dulcificō
verb
to sweeten

dulciloquus
dulciloquus
adjective
sweetly speaking

dulcimodus
dulcimodus
adjective
sweetly modulated

dulcinervis
dulcinervis
adjective
sweetly-stringed

dulciolum
dulciolum
noun
little sugar-cakes

dulciorelocus
dulciōrelocus
adjective
speaking with a sweet mouth

dulcis
dulcis
adjective
sweet

dulcisonorus
dulcisonōrus
adjective
sweetly sounding

dulcisonus
dulcisonus
adjective
sweetly sounding

dulcitas
dulcitās
noun
sweetness

dulciter
dulciter
adverb

dulciter
dulciter
adverb

dulcitudo
dulcitūdō
noun
sweetness

dulcium
dulcium
noun
sweet cakes

dulcium
dulcium
noun

dulco
dulcō
verb
to sweeten

dulcor
dulcor
noun
sweetness

dulcoratus
dulcōrātus
adjective
sweetened

dulcoro
dulcōrō
verb
to sweeten

Dulgibinus
Dulgibīnus
noun
a Germanic tribe on the banks of the Weser

dulice
dūlicē
adverb
in the manner of a slave

Dulichia
Dūlichia
noun
an island of the Ionian Sea

Dulichium
Dūlichium
noun
an island of the Ionian Sea

Dulichius
Dūlichius
adjective
of Dulichium

Dulorestes
Dūlorestēs
noun
the title of a tragedy of Pacuvius

dum
dum
conjunction
while

dumalis
dūmālis
adjective
bushy

dumecta
dūmecta
cross-reference

dumesco
dūmescō
verb
to be overgrown with bushes

dumetum
dūmētum
noun
thorn-bushes

dumicola
dūmicola
noun
that dwells in thickets

dummetum
dummetum
noun
thorn-bushes

dummodo
dummodō
conjunction

dummosus
dummosus
adjective
full of thornbushes

Dumnorix
Dumnorix
noun
an Aeduan

dumosus
dūmōsus
adjective
full of thornbushes

dumtaxat
dumtaxat
adverb
To this extent

dumus
dūmus
noun
a thorn-bush

duntaxat
duntaxat
cross-reference

duntaxat
duntaxat
adverb
To this extent

duo
duo
adjective
Two

duodecajugum
duodecajugum
noun
a team of twelve animals

duodecas
duōdecas
noun
the number twelve

duodecennis
duodecennis
adjective
twelve years old

duodecennium
duodecennium
noun
a period of twelve years

duodeciens
duodeciens
adverb
twelve times

duodecies
duodecies
adverb
twelve times

duodecim
duodecim
adjective
twelve

duodecimo
duodecimō
adverb
for the twelfth time

duodecimus
duodecimus
adjective
the twelfth

duodecimvir
duodecimvir
noun
one of the twelve

duodenarius
duodēnārius
adjective
containing twelve

duodennium
duodennium
noun
the space of twelve years

duodenonaginta
duodēnōnāginta
adjective
eighty-eight

duodenus
duodēnus
adjective
twelve each

duodeoctoginta
duodēoctōginta
adjective
seventy-eight

duodequadragenus
duodēquādrāgēnus
adjective
thirty-eight each

duodequadragenus
duodēquadrāgēnus
adjective
thirty-eight each

duodequadragesimus
duodēquādrāgēsimus
adjective
the thirty-eight

duodequadraginta
duodēquadrāginta
adjective
thirty-eight

duodequadraginta
duodēquādrāginta
adjective
thirty-eight

duodequinquagenus
duodēquinquāgēnus
adjective
forty-eight each

duodequinquagesimus
duodēquinquāgēsimus
adjective
the forty-eighth

duodequinquaginta
duodēquinquāginta
adjective
forty-eight

duodesexagesimus
duodēsexāgēsimus
adjective
the fifty-eighth

duodesexaginta
duodēsexāginta
adjective
fiftyeight

duodetricesimus
duodētrīcēsimus
adjective
the twenty - eighth

duodetriciens
duodētrīciens
adverb
twentyeight times

duodetriginta
duodētrīginta
adjective
twentyeight

duodevicenus
duodēvīcēnus
adjective
eighteen each

duodevicesimus
duodēvīcēsimus
adjective
the eighteenth

duodeviginti
duodēvīgintī
adjective
eighteen

duoetvicesimanus
duoetvīcēsimānus
noun
soldiers of the twenty-second legion

duoetvicesimus
duoetvīcēsimus
adjective
the twenty-second

duonus
duonus
adjective
good

duovir
duovir
noun
a Roman board or court consisting of two persons

duoviri
duovirī
noun
a Roman board or court consisting of two persons

dupla
dūpla
noun
a double price

dupla
dupla
noun
a double price

duplaris
duplāris
adjective
containing double

duplarius
duplārius
cross-reference

duplarius
dūplārius
cross-reference

duplatio
duplātiō
noun
a doubling

duplatio
dūplātiō
noun
a doubling

duplex
dūplex
adjective
twofold

duplex
duplex
adjective
twofold

duplicarius
duplicārius
noun
a soldier who receives double pay as a reward

duplicarius
dūplicārius
noun
a soldier who receives double pay as a reward

duplicatio
duplicātiō
noun
a doubling

duplicatio
dūplicātiō
noun
a doubling

duplicato
duplicātō
adverb
twice as much

duplicato
dūplicātō
adverb
twice as much

duplicator
dūplicātor
noun
a doubler

duplicator
duplicātor
noun
a doubler

dupliciarius
dūpliciārius
noun
a soldier who receives double pay as a reward

dupliciarius
dupliciārius
noun
a soldier who receives double pay as a reward

duplicitas
duplicitās
noun
a being double

duplicitas
dūplicitās
noun
a being double

dupliciter
dūpliciter
adverb
doubly

dupliciter
dupliciter
adverb
doubly

dupliciter
dūpliciter
adverb
doubly

dupliciter
dupliciter
adverb
doubly

duplico
duplicō
verb
to double

duplico
dūplicō
verb
to double

duplio
dūpliō
noun
the double

duplio
dupliō
noun
the double

duplo
duplō
verb
to double

duplo
duplō
adverb
doubly

duplo
dūplō
verb
to double

duplo
dūplō
adverb
doubly

duplum
dūplum
noun
the double

duplum
duplum
noun
the double

duplus
duplus
adjective
double

duplus
dūplus
adjective
double

dupondiarius
dupondiārius
adjective
containing two

dupondiarius
dūpondiārius
adjective
containing two

dupondiarius
dupondiārius
noun
a two-as piece

dupondium
dupondium
noun
the sum of two

dupondius
dupondius
noun
the sum of two

dupondius
dūpondius
noun
the sum of two

durabilis
dūrābilis
adjective
lasting

durabilitas
dūrābilitās
noun
lastingness

durabiliter
dūrābiliter
adverb
in a lasting manner

duracinus
dūracinus
adjective
hard-berried

duramen
dūrāmen
noun
hardness

duramentum
dūrāmentum
noun
a hardening

Duranius
Duranius
noun
a river in Gallia

durateus
dūrateus
adjective
wooden

durator
dūrātor
noun
one who hardens

duratrix
dūrātrix
adjective
adj. f

dure
dūrē
adverb
hardly

dureo
dūreō
verb
to be hard

duresco
dūrescō
verb
to grow hard

dureta
durēta
noun
a wooden bathing-tub

dureus
dūrēus
adjective
the Trojan horse

Duria
Dūria
noun
one of the principal rivers of Spain

duricordia
dūricordia
noun
hardheartedness

duricorius
dūricorius
adjective
hard-skinned

Duris
Duris
noun
a Greek author

duritas
dūritās
noun
hardness

duriter
dūriter
adverb
hardly

duritia
dūritia
noun
hardness

durities
dūrities
noun
hardness

durities
dūrities
cross-reference

duritudo
dūritūdō
noun
harshness

durius
dūrius
adjective
the Trojan horse

Durius
Durius
noun
one of the principal rivers of Spain

duriusculus
dūriusculus
adjective
somewhat hard

duro
dūrō
verb
to make hard

Durocortorum
Dūrocortorum
noun
the capital of the

Duronius
Duronius
noun
a Roman proper name

durum
durum
noun
hardships

durum
dūrum
noun
of the hardened wood of the vine

durus
dūrus
adjective
hard

Dusaritis
Dūsaritis
cross-reference
a kind of myrrh

dusmosus
dusmōsus
adjective

dusmosus
dusmōsus
adjective
full of thornbushes

dusmus
dusmus
noun
a thorn-bush

duumvir
duumvir
noun

duumvira
duumvira
noun
the wife of a duumvir

duumviralicius
duumvirālicius
noun
one who has been a duumvir

duumviralis
duumviralis
noun
one who has been a auumvir

duumviralis
duumvirālis
adjective
of or belonging to a duumvir

duumviralitas
duumvirālitās
noun
the office and dignity of a duumvir

duumviratus
duumvirātus
noun
the office of a duumvir

duumviri
duumvirī
adverb

duumviri
duumvirī
adverb

duumvirus
duumvirus
noun
a Roman board or court consisting of two persons

dux
dux
noun
a leader

dyas
dyas
noun
the number two

Dyma
Dȳma
noun

Dymaeus
Dȳmaeus
noun

Dymaeus
Dȳmaeus
noun
the Dymaeans

Dymantis
Dymantis
noun
of Dymas

Dymantis
Dymantis
noun
the daughter of Dymas

Dymas
Dymas
adjective
the father of Hecuba

Dyme
Dȳmē
noun
an old sea-coast town in Achaia

dynamice
dynamicē
noun
the science of forces

dynamis
dynamis
noun
A store

dynastes
dynastēs
noun
a ruler

dyodecas
dyōdecas
noun
a tweive

dyonymus
dyōnymus
adjective
having two names

Dyraspes
Dyraspēs
noun
a river in Scythia

Dyrracheni
Dyrrachēnī
adverb

Dyrrachinus
Dyrrachīnus
noun
Its inhabitants

Dyrrachium
Dyrrachium
noun
a famous sea-coast town of Grecian Illyria

Dyrrhium
Dyrrhium
noun
a famous sea-coast town of Grecian Illyria

dyscolus
dyscolus
adjective
of a bad temper

dysenteria
dysenteria
noun
a flux

dysentericus
dysentericus
adjective
pertaining to dysentery

dysentericus
dysentericus
noun
one who has the dysentery

dyseros
dyserōs
noun
loving unfortunately

dyspepsia
dyspepsia
noun
indigestion

dysphoricus
dysphoricus
adjective
unfortunate

dyspnoea
dyspnoea
noun
a difficulty of breathing

dyspnoicus
dyspnoicus
noun

dysprophoron
dysprophoron
noun
a mispronunciation

dysuria
dysūria
noun
retention of urine

dysuriacus
dysūriacus
noun
one who suffers from suppression of urine

 
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