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e
ē
preposition
out of

ea
adverb
on that side

eadem
eādem
adverb
[abl f. of i_dem] at the same time

eapropter
eāpropter
adverb
for that reason

eatenus
eātenus
adverb
so far

ebenus
ebenus
noun
the ebon tree

ebibo
ēbibō
verb
to drink up

eblandior
ēblandior
verb
to persuade by flattery

ebrietas
ēbrietās
noun
drunkenness

ebriositas
ēbriōsitās
noun
habitual drunkenness

ebriosus
ēbriōsus
adjective
given to drink

ebrius
ēbrius
adjective
full

ebullio
ēbulliō
verb
to boil over

ebulum
ebulum
noun
dane-wort

ebur
ebur
noun
ivory

eburneolus
eburneolus
adjective
of ivory

eburneus
eburneus
adjective
of ivory

eburnus
eburnus
adjective
of ivory

ec
ec
cross-reference
indef part.

ecastor
ēcastor
interjection
by Castor

eccam
eccam
cross-reference

ecce
ecce
adverb
[calling attention] lo! see! behold! there! look!

eccere
eccerē
interjection
look! lo! there!

eccos
eccos
cross-reference

eccum
eccum
cross-reference

ecdicus
ecdicus
noun
a syndic

ecfatum
ecfātum
noun
an utterance

ecferatus
ecferātus
adjective
wild

ecferitas
ecferitās
noun
wildness

ecfero
ecferō
verb
to carry out

ecficio
ecficiō
verb
to make out

ecfloresco
ecflōrēscō
verb
to bloom

ecfluo
ecfluō
verb
to flow out

ecfor
ecfor
verb
to speak out

ecfodio
ecfodiō
verb
to dig out

ecfringo
ecfringō
verb
to break off

ecfugio
ecfugiō
verb
[intransitively] to flee away

ecfultus
ecfultus
adjective
propped

ecfundo
ecfundō
verb
to pour out

ecfutuo
ecfutuō
verb
to exhaust by indulgence

ecgelidus
ecgelidus
adjective
chilly

echeneis
echenēis
noun
the sucking-fish

echidna
echidna
noun
an adder

Echidneus
Echidnēus
adjective
of Echidna (a monster

echinus
echīnus
noun
a sea-urchin

ecloga
ecloga
noun
a selection

eclogarii
eclogāriī
noun
select passages

ecquando
ecquandō
adverb
ever? at any time?

ecqui
ecquī
pronoun
[direct] Is there any? Any?

ecquid
ecquid
adverb
[direct] at all?

ecquinam
ecquīnam
pronoun
[direct] Is there any? any?

ecquis
ecquis
pronoun
is there any one? any? any one? anybody? anything?

ecquisnam
ecquisnam
pronoun
[direct] any one? anybody?

ecquo
ecquō
adverb
to any point? to any result? ecquo te provehere?

eculeus
eculeus
noun
a young horse

ecus
ecus
noun
a horse

ecus
ecus
cross-reference

edacitas
edācitās
noun
gluttony

edax
edāx
adjective
greedy

edendum
edendum
noun
victuals

edepol
edepol
interjection
by Pollux

edera
edera
noun
see hedera

edera
edera
noun
ivy

ederiger
ederiger
adjective
ivy-bearing

ederosus
ederōsus
adjective
full of ivy

edico
ēdīcō
verb
[of a magistrate or officer] to declare

edictum
ēdictum
noun
a proclamation

edisco
ēdiscō
verb
to learn thoroughly

edissero
ēdisserō
verb
to set forth in full

edisserto
ēdissertō
verb
to set forth in full

editicius
ēditīcius
adjective
set forth

editio
ēditiō
noun
a statement

editum
ēditum
noun
heights

editus
ēditus
adjective
[of places] elevated

edo
edō
verb
to eat

edo
ēdō
verb
to give out

edoceo
ēdoceō
verb
to teach thoroughly

edolo
ēdolō
verb
to hew out

edomo
ēdomō
verb
to conquer

edormio
ēdormiō
verb
to sleep out

edormisco
ēdormīscō
verb
to sleep out

educatio
ēducātiō
noun
a rearing

educator
ēducātor
noun
a foster-father

educatrix
ēducātrīx
noun
a nurse

educo
ēducō
verb
to bring up

educo
ēdūcō
verb
to lead forth

edulis
edūlis
adjective
edible

eduro
ēdūrō
verb
to last

edurus
ēdūrus
adjective
very hard

effarcio
effarciō
verb
to stuff

effatum
effātum
noun
an utterance

effatus
effātus
participle
p. of effor

effectio
effectiō
noun
a performing

effector
effector
noun
an effecter

effectrix
effectrīx
noun
a producer

effectum
effectum
noun
an effect

effectus
effectus
participle
p. of efficio

effectus
effectus
noun
an effecting

effeminate
effēminātē
adverb
effeminately

effeminatus
effēminātus
adjective
womanish

effemino
effēminō
verb
to make feminine

efferatus
efferātus
adjective
wild

effercio
efferciō
verb
to stuff

efferitas
efferitās
noun
wildness

effero
efferō
verb
to carry out

effero
efferō
verb
to make wild

effertus
effertus
adjective
crammed

efferus
efferus
adjective
very wild

effervesco
effervēscō
verb
to boil up

effervo
effervō
verb
to boil up

effetus
effētus
adjective
past bearing

efficacitas
efficācitās
noun
efficiency

efficaciter
efficāciter
adverb
efficaciously

efficax
efficāx
adjective
efficacious

efficiens
efficiēns
adjective
effective

efficienter
efficienter
adverb
efficiently

efficientia
efficientia
noun
efficient power

efficio
efficiō
verb
to make out

effictus
effīctus
participle
p. of effingo

effigies
effigiēs
noun
a copy

effingo
effingō
verb
to stroke

efflagitatio
efflāgitātiō
noun
an urgent solicitation

efflagitatus
efflāgitātus
noun
an urgent solicitation

efflagito
efflāgitō
verb
to demand urgently

effligo
efflīgō
verb
to strike dead

efflo
efflō
verb
to blow out

effloresco
efflōrēscō
verb
to bloom

effluo
effluō
verb
to flow out

effluvium
effluvium
noun
an outlet

effor
effor
verb
to speak out

effodio
effodiō
verb
to dig out

effrenate
effrēnātē
adverb
unrestrainedly

effrenatio
effrēnātiō
noun
unbridled impetuosity

effrenatus
effrēnātus
adjective
unbridled

effrenus
effrēnus
adjective
unbridled

effringo
effringō
verb
to break off

effugio
effugiō
verb
[intransitively] to flee away

effugium
effugium
noun
a fleeing

effulgeo
effulgeō
verb
to shine out

effultus
effultus
adjective
propped

effundo
effundō
verb
to pour out

effuse
effūsē
adverb
far spread

effusio
effūsiō
noun
a pouring forth

effusus
effūsus
adjective
poured out

effutio
effūtiō
verb
to blab

effutuo
effutuō
verb
to exhaust by indulgence

egelidus
ēgelidus
adjective
chilly

egens
egēns
adjective
needy

egenus
egēnus
adjective
needy

egeo
egeō
verb
to be needy

egero
ēgerō
verb
to carry out

egestas
egestās
noun
indigence

ego
egō
pronoun
I

ego
ego
pronoun
I

egomet
egomet
cross-reference

egredior
ēgredior
verb
[intransitively] to go out

egregie
ēgregiē
adverb
excellently

egregius
ēgregius
adjective
select

egressus
ēgressus
noun
a going out

egressus
ēgressus
participle
p. of egredior

ehem
ehem
interjection
interj

eheu
ēheu
interjection
[interjection in pain or grief] ah! alas!

eho
eho
interjection
interj

ei
ei
interjection
oh! alas!

ei
cross-reference
pron. pers.

eia
ēia
cross-reference

eia
ēia
interjection
interj.

eiaculor
ēiaculor
verb
to shoot out

eicio
ēiciō
verb
to cast out

eidem
eīdem
cross-reference
dat. of idem

eiectamentum
ēiectāmentum
noun
refuse

eiectio
ēiectiō
noun
a casting out

eiecto
ēiectō
verb
to cast out

eiectus
ēiectus
participle
p. of eicio

eiero
ēierō
verb
to refuse upon oath

eiicio
ēiiciō
cross-reference

eiulatio
ēiulātiō
noun
a wailing

eiulatus
ēiulātus
noun
a wailing

eiulo
ēiulō
verb
to wail

eiuro
ēiūrō
verb
to refuse upon oath

eiuro
ēiūrō
cross-reference

eius
ēius
cross-reference
pron. pers.

eiusdemmodi
ēiusdemmodī
adverb
of that sort

eiusmodi
ēiusmodī
adverb
of that sort

elabor
ēlābor
verb
to slip away

elaboratus
ēlabōrātus
adjective
highly wrought

elaboro
ēlabōrō
verb
to labor

elamentabilis
ēlāmentābilis
adjective
very lamentable

elanguesco
ēlanguēscō
verb
to grow faint

elapsus
ēlapsus
participle
p. of e_la_bor

elate
ēlātē
adverb
loftily

elatio
ēlātiō
noun
a transport

elatro
ēlātrō
verb
to bark out

elatus
ēlātus
adjective
exalted

electe
ēlēctē
adverb
with selection

electio
ēlēctiō
noun
a choice

electrum
ēlectrum
noun
electrum

electus
ēlēctus
noun
a choice

electus
ēlēctus
adjective
picked

elefans
elefāns
noun
an elephant

elefantus
elefantus
noun
an elephant

elefas
elefās
noun
an elephant

elegans
ēlegāns
adjective
accustomed to select

eleganter
ēleganter
adverb
with good judgment

elegantia
ēlegantia
noun
taste

elegeia
elegēia
noun
an elegy

elegi
elegī
noun
elegiac verses

Eleleis
Elelēis
noun
the Bacchae

Eleleus
Eleleus
noun
a surname of Bacchus

elementum
elementum
noun
a first principle

elenchus
elenchus
noun
a costly trinket

elephans
elephāns
noun
an elephant

elephantus
elephantus
noun
an elephant

elephas
elephās
noun
an elephant

elevo
ēlevō
verb
to lift up

elicio
ēliciō
verb
to draw out

Elicius
Ēlicius
noun
a surname of Jupiter

elido
ēlīdō
verb
to strike out

eligo
ēligō
verb
to pluck out

elimino
ēlīminō
verb
to put out of doors

elimo
ēlīmō
verb
to file off

elinguis
ēlinguis
adjective
tongueless

elisus
ēlīsus
participle
p. of e_li_do_

elix
ēlix
noun
an artificial watercourse

elixus
ēlixus
adjective
thoroughly boiled

ellam
ellam
cross-reference

elleborus
elleborus
noun
hellebore (a remedy for mental diseases)

ellum
ellum
cross-reference

eloco
ēlocō
verb
to let

elocutio
ēlocūtiō
noun
oratorical delivery

elocutus
ēlocūtus
participle
p. of eloquor

elogium
elogium
noun
an utterance

elops
elops
noun
the swordfish

eloquens
ēloquēns
adjective
eloquent

eloquentia
ēloquentia
noun
eloquence

eloquium
ēloquium
noun
expression

eloquor
ēloquor
verb
to speak out

eluceo
ēlūceō
verb
to shine out

eluctor
ēlūctor
verb
to struggle out

elucubror
ēlūcubror
verb
to work out at night

elucubro
ēlūcubrō
verb
to work out at night

eludo
ēlūdō
verb
to stop playing

elugeo
ēlūgeō
verb
to have done mourning

elumbis
ēlumbis
adjective
ex + lumbus

eluo
ēluō
verb
to wash off

elusus
ēlūsus
participle
p. of eludo

elutus
ēlūtus
adjective
washed out

eluvies
ēluviēs
noun
an overflow

eluvio
ēluviō
noun
an overflow

em
em
interjection
[of wonder or emphasis] there!

emancipo
ēmancipō
verb
to put out of the paternal authority

emancupo
ēmancupō
verb
to put out of the paternal authority

emano
ēmānō
verb
to flow out

ematuresco
ēmātūrēscō
verb
to ripen

emax
emāx
adjective
eager to buy

emblema
emblēma
noun
embossed work

embolium
embolium
noun
an interlude

emendabilis
ēmendābilis
adjective
reparable

emendate
ēmendātē
adverb
faultlessly

emendatio
ēmendātiō
noun
a correction

emendator
ēmendātor
noun
a corrector

emendatrix
ēmendātrīx
noun
she who corrects

emendatus
ēmendātus
adjective
correct

emendo
ēmendō
verb
to free from faults

emensus
ēmēnsus
participle
p. of emetior

ementior
ēmentior
verb
to speak falsely

emercor
ēmercor
verb
to buy up

emereo
ēmereō
verb
to obtain by service

emergo
ēmergō
verb
to bring forth

emeritus
ēmeritus
adjective
that has finished work

emersus
ēmersus
participle
p. of emergo

emetior
ēmētior
verb
to measure out

emeto
ēmetō
verb
to mow away

emico
ēmicō
verb
to spring out

emigro
ēmigrō
verb
to move

eminens
ēminēns
adjective
standing out

eminentia
ēminentia
noun
a distinctive feature

emineo
ēmineō
verb
to stand out

eminus
ēminus
adverb
of fighting

emiror
ēmīror
verb
to gaze at in wonder

emissarium
ēmissārium
noun
an outlet

emissarius
ēmissārius
noun
a scout

emissio
ēmissiō
noun
a projecting

emissus
ēmissus
participle
p. of emitto

emitto
ēmittō
verb
to send out

emo
emō
verb
to buy

emoderor
ēmoderor
verb
to moderate

emodulor
ēmodulor
verb
to sing

emolimentum
ēmolimentum
noun
gain

emollio
ēmolliō
verb
to make soft

emolumentum
ēmolumentum
noun
gain

emoneo
ēmoneō
verb
to admonish

emorior
ēmorior
verb
to die off

emoveo
ēmoveō
verb
(e_mo_stis)

empiricus
empīricus
noun
a physician guided by experience

emporium
emporium
noun
a place of trade

emptio
ēmptiō
noun
a buying

emptito
ēmptitō
verb
to buy

emptor
ēmptor
noun
a buyer

emptum
ēmptum
noun
a purchase

emptus
ēmptus
participle
p. of emo

emulgeo
ēmulgeō
verb
to drain out

emunctus
ēmūnctus
participle
p. of emungo

emungo
ēmungō
verb
to wipe the nose

emunio
ēmūniō
verb
to fortify

en
ēn
interjection
lo! behold! see! there!

enarrabilis
ēnārrābilis
adjective
that may be explained

enarro
ēnārrō
verb
to explain fully

enascor
ēnāscor
verb
to grow up

enato
ēnatō
verb
to swim away

enatus
ēnātus
participle
p. of enascor

enavigo
ēnāvigō
verb
to sail away

endo
endo
preposition
in

endoploratus
endoplōrātus
cross-reference
to cry for help

endoploro
endoplōrō
verb
to invoke with tears

endromis
endromis
noun
a coarse woollen cloak

eneco
ēnecō
verb
to kill off

enectus
ēnectus
participle
p. of eneco

enervatus
ēnervātus
adjective
unnerved

enervis
ēnervis
adjective
nerveless

enervo
ēnervō
verb
to enervate

enico
ēnicō
verb
to kill off

enico
ēnicō
cross-reference

enim
enim
conjunction
[In explaining or specifying] for

enim vero
enim vērō
adverb
yes indeed

enimvero
enimvērō
adverb
yes indeed

enisus
ēnīsus
participle
p. of enitor

eniteo
ēniteō
verb
to shine forth

enitesco
ēnitēscō
verb
to shine forth

enitor
ēnītor
verb
to force a way out

enixe
ēnīxē
adverb
strenuously

enixus
ēnīxus
adjective
strenuous

eno
ēnō
verb
to swim out

enodate
ēnōdātē
adverb
lucidly

enodatio
ēnōdātiō
noun
an unfolding

enodatus
ēnōdātus
participle
p. of enodo

enodis
ēnōdis
adjective
free from knots

enodo
ēnōdō
verb
to free from obscurity

enormis
ēnōrmis
adjective
out of rule

enotesco
ēnotēscō
verb
to become known

ensiger
ēnsiger
adjective
sword-bearing

ensis
ēnsis
noun
a two-edged sword

enthymema
enthȳmēma
noun
a condensed syllogism

enubo
ēnūbō
verb
to marry away

enucleate
ēnucleātē
adverb
plainly

enucleatus
ēnucleātus
adjective
pure

enucleo
ēnucleō
verb
[figuratively] to lay open

enumeratio
enumerātiō
noun
a counting up

enumero
ēnumerō
verb
to reckon up

enumquam
ēnumquam
cross-reference

enuntiatio
ēnūntiātiō
noun
in logic

enuntiatum
ēnūntiātum
noun
a proposition

enuntio
ēnūntiō
verb
to speak out

enuptio
ēnūptiō
noun
the right to marry (out of the gens)

enutrio
ēnūtriō
verb
to bring up

eo
verb
to go

eo
adverb
[locat. and abl.] there

eodem
eōdem
adverb
[with locative] in the same place

Eos
Ēōs
noun
the dawn

Eous
Ēōus
adjective
of dawn

Eous
Eōus
adjective
of dawn

epastus
ēpāstus
adjective
eaten up

ephebus
ephēbus
noun
a youth (strictly a Greek from 16 to 20 years of age)

ephemeris
ephēmeris
noun
a day-book

ephippiatus
ephippiātus
adjective
riding with a saddle

ephippium
ephippium
noun
a pad-saddle

ephorus
ephorus
noun
a Spartan magistrate

epicopus
epicōpus
adjective
furnished with oars

epicus
epicus
adjective
epic

epidicticus
epidīcticus
adjective
for display

epigramma
epigramma
noun
(dat. plur. -atis)

epilogus
epilogus
noun
a peroration

epimenium
epimēnium
noun
provisions for a month

epiredium
epirēdium
noun
traces

epistola
epistola
cross-reference

epistola
epistola
noun
a written communication

epistolium
epistolium
noun
a short letter

epistula
epistula
noun
a written communication

epitaphios
epitaphios
noun
a funeral oration

epitome
epitomē
noun
an abridgment

epodes
epodes
noun
a kind of sea-fish

Epona
Epona
noun
the goddess of mule-drivers

epops
epops
noun
a hoopoe

epos
epos
noun
a heroic poem

epotus
ēpōtus
cross-reference
p.

epula
epula
noun
sumptuous food

epularis
epulāris
adjective
of a feast

epulor
epulor
verb
to feast

epulo
epulō
noun
a guest at a feast

epulum
epulum
noun
a sumptuous meal

equa
equa
noun
a mare

eques
eques
noun
a horseman

equester
equester
adjective
of a horseman

equestris
equestris
adjective
of a horseman

equidem
equidem
adverb
[in corroboration] verily

equinus
equīnus
adjective
of a horse

equirium
equīrium
noun
annual races in the Campus Martius

equitabilis
equitābilis
adjective
fit for riding

equitatus
equitātus
noun
cavalry

equito
equitō
verb
to ride

equuleus
equuleus
noun
a young horse

equuleus
equuleus
cross-reference

equus
equus
noun
a horse

era
era
noun
the mistress of a house

eradico
ērādīcō
verb
to root out

erado
ērādō
verb
to scrape off

ere
ēre
cross-reference

Erebus
Erebus
noun
the god of darkness

erectus
ērēctus
adjective
set up

erepo
ērēpō
verb
(pluperf. e_re_pse_mus)

ereptio
ēreptiō
noun
a forcible seizure

ereptor
ēreptor
noun
a robber

ereptus
ēreptus
participle
p. of eripio

eres
ērēs
cross-reference

erga
ergā
preposition
towards

ergastulum
ergastulum
noun
a workhouse

ergo
ergo
adverb
exactly

ergo
ergō
adverb
exactly

ergo
ergō
preposition
[old] in consequence of

ericius
ēricius
noun
a beam set with spikes

erifuga
erifuga
noun
a runaway

erigo
ērigō
verb
to raise up

erilis
erīlis
adjective
of the head of a family

Erinnys
Erīnnys
noun
a Fury

Erinys
Erīnys
noun
a Fury

eripio
ēripiō
verb
to tear out

erogatio
ērogātiō
noun
a paying out

erogo
ērogō
verb
to appropriate

errabundus
errābundus
adjective
wandering about

errans
errāns
participle
p. of 1 erro

erraticus
errāticus
adjective
wandering

erratio
errātiō
noun
a wandering

errator
errātor
noun
a wanderer (of the Meander)

erratum
errātum
noun
an error

erratus
errātus
noun
a wandering

erro
errō
verb
to wander

erro
errō
noun
a wanderer

error
error
noun
a wandering

erubesco
ērubēscō
verb
to grow red

eruca
ērūca
noun
a kind of cole-wort

eructo
ērūctō
verb
to belch forth

erudio
ērudiō
verb
to educate

erudite
ērudītē
adverb
learnedly

eruditio
ērudītiō
noun
an instructing

eruditulus
ērudītulus
adjective
somewhat experienced

eruditus
ērudītus
adjective
instructed

erumpo
ērumpō
verb
i. Trans

eruo
ēruō
verb
to cast forth

eruptio
ēruptiō
noun
a breaking out

eruptus
ēruptus
participle
p. of erumpo

erus
erus
noun
the master of a house

erutus
ērutus
participle
p. of eruo

ervum
ervum
noun
a pulse

erythinus
erythīnus
noun
a red sea-mullet

esca
ēsca
noun
a dish (prepared for the table)

escarium
ēscārium
noun
dishes

escendo
ēscendō
verb
to climb up

escensio
ēscēnsiō
noun
an ascension

escensus
ēscēnsus
noun
a scaling

esculentus
ēsculentus
adjective
fit for eating

escunt
escunt
cross-reference

esse
esse
cross-reference
inf. of sum

esse
ēsse
cross-reference
inf. of 1 edo

essedarius
essedārius
noun
a fighter in a war-chariot

essedum
essedum
noun
a two-wheeled war-chariot

essem
essem
cross-reference

esses
ēssēs
cross-reference

esset
ēsset
cross-reference

est
ēst
cross-reference

est
est
cross-reference

estur
ēstur
cross-reference

esurio
ēsuriō
verb
to desire to eat

esuritio
ēsurītiō
noun
a hungering

et
et
conjunction
and

et
et
adverb
also

etenim
etenim
conjunction
for

etesia
etēsia
noun
etesian winds

ethologus
ēthologus
adjective
imitating manners

etiam
etiam
adverb
[of time] now too

etiamdum
etiamdum
cross-reference

etiamnum
etiamnum
adverb
still

etiamnunc
etiamnunc
cross-reference

etiamsi
etiamsī
adverb
even if

etiamsi
etiamsī
cross-reference

etiamtum
etiamtum
cross-reference

etsi
etsī
conjunction
[introducing a concession] though

eu
eu
interjection
interj.

euans
euāns
cross-reference

euans
euāns
cross-reference
p. (the cry of the Bacchantes)

eugae
eugae
interjection
interj.

euge
euge
interjection
interj.

euhans
euhāns
cross-reference
p. (the cry of the Bacchantes)

Euhias
Euhiās
noun
a Bacchante

Euhius
Euhius
noun
a surname of Bacchus

euhoe
euhoe
interjection
(disyl.; not e_voe)

Euias
Euiās
noun
a Bacchante

Euius
Euius
noun
a surname of Bacchus

Eumenis
Eumenis
noun
the Furies

eunuchus
eunūchus
noun
a eunuch

euoe
euoe
cross-reference

euoe
euoe
interjection
(disyl.; not e_voe)

euripos
eurīpos
noun
a channel

euripus
eurīpus
noun
a channel

eurous
eurōus
adjective
eastern

eurus
eurus
noun
the southeast wind

evado
ēvādō
verb
(eva_sti_)

evagor
ēvagor
verb
to wander forth

evalesco
ēvalēscō
verb
to grow strong

evalidus
ēvalidus
adjective
very strong

evanesco
ēvānēscō
verb
to vanish

evanidus
ēvānidus
adjective
vanishing

evasto
ēvāstō
verb
to lay utterly waste

evectus
ēvēctus
participle
p. of eveho

eveho
ēvehō
verb
to carry out

evello
ēvellō
verb
to tear out

evenio
ēveniō
verb
to come out

eventum
ēventum
noun
an occurrence

eventurum
ēventūrum
noun
that which will happen

eventus
ēventus
noun
an occurrence

everbero
ēverberō
verb
to strike violently

evergo
ēvergō
verb
to send out

everriculum
ēverriculum
noun
a broom

everro
ēverrō
verb
to sweep out

eversio
ēversiō
noun
an overthrowing

eversor
ēversor
noun
a subverter

eversus.
ēversus.
participle
1. P. of everro

everto
ēvertō
verb
to overturn

evestigatus
ēvestīgātus
cross-reference
p.

evictus
ēvīctus
participle
p. of evinco

evidens
ēvidēns
adjective
looking out

evidenter
ēvidenter
adverb
evidently

evidentia
ēvidentia
noun
[in rhetoric] distinctness

evigilo
ēvigilō
verb
to be wakeful

evilesco
ēvīlēscō
verb
to become vile

evincio
ēvinciō
verb
to bind up

evinco
ēvincō
verb
to overcome

evinctus
ēvinctus
participle
p. of e-vincio

eviro
ēvirō
verb
to emasculate

eviscero
ēvīscerō
verb
to deprive of entrails

evitabilis
ēvītābilis
adjective
avoidable

evito
ēvītō
verb
to deprive of life

evito
ēvītō
verb
to shun

evius
ēvius
cross-reference

Evius
Ēvius
cross-reference

evocator
ēvocātor
noun
a summoner

evocatus
ēvocātus
adjective
called out

evoco
ēvocō
verb
to call out

evolgo
ēvolgō
verb
to make commonly known

evolo
ēvolō
verb
to fly out

evolsio
ēvolsiō
noun
a pulling out

evolsus
ēvolsus
participle
p. of evello

evolutio
ēvolūtiō
noun
an unrolling

evolutus
ēvolūtus
participle
p. of evolvo

evolvo
ēvolvō
verb
to roll out

evomo
ēvomō
verb
to spew out

evorto
ēvortō
verb
to overturn

evulgo
ēvulgō
verb
to make commonly known

evulgo
ēvulgō
cross-reference

evulsio
ēvulsiō
cross-reference

evulsio
ēvulsiō
noun
a pulling out

evulsus
ēvulsus
cross-reference

ex
ex
preposition
out of

exacerbo
exacerbō
verb
to exasperate

exactio
exāctiō
noun
a driving out

exactor
exāctor
noun
a driver-out

exactus
exāctus
adjective
precise

exacuo
exacuō
verb
to sharpen

exadversum
exadversum
cross-reference

exadversus
exadversus
adverb
and praep

exadvorsum
exadvorsum
cross-reference

exadvorsus
exadvorsus
adverb
and praep

exaedificatio
exaedificātiō
noun
a finishing

exaedifico
exaedificō
verb
to finish building

exaequatio
exaequātiō
noun
a likening

exaequo
exaequō
verb
to make equal

exaeresimus
exaeresimus
adjective
that may be taken out

exaestuo
exaestuō
verb
to boil up

exaggeratio
exaggerātiō
noun
only [figuratively] elevation

exaggero
exaggerō
verb
to heap

exagitator
exagitātor
noun
a severe critic

exagito
exagitō
verb
to rouse

exalbesco
exalbēscō
verb
to turn pale

exalo
exālō
verb
to breathe out

examen
exāmen
noun
a multitude flying out

examen
exāmen
noun
the tongue of a balance

examino
exāminō
verb
to weigh

exanclo
exanclō
verb
to exhaust

exanguis
exanguis
cross-reference

exanguis
exanguis
adjective
without blood

exanimatio
exanimātiō
noun
faintness

exanimatus
exanimātus
participle
p. of exanimc

exanimis
exanimis
adjective
lifeless

exanimo
exanimō
verb
to put out of breath

exanimus
exanimus
adjective
lifeless

exantlo
exantlō
verb
to exhaust

exantlo
exantlō
cross-reference

exardesco
exārdēscō
verb
to blaze out

exaresco
exārēscō
verb
to dry up

exarmo
exarmō
verb
to disarm

exaro
exarō
verb
to plough out

exaspero
exasperō
verb
to make rough

exaturo
exaturō
verb
to satisfy satiate

exauctoro
exauctōrō
verb
to discharge from service

exaudio
exaudiō
verb
to hear clearly

exaugeo
exaugeō
verb
to increase greatly

exauguratio
exaugurātiō
noun
a desecrating

exauguro
exaugurō
verb
to desecrate

excaeco
excaecō
verb
to blind

excandescentia
excandēscentia
noun
kindling wrath

excandesco
excandēscō
verb
to grow hot

excanto
excantō
verb
to charm forth

excarnifico
excarnificō
verb
to tear to pieces

excavo
excavō
verb
to hollow out

excedo
excēdō
verb
to go out

excellens
excellēns
adjective
towering

excellenter
excellenter
adverb
excellently

excellentia
excellentia
noun
superiority

excello
excellō
verb
to be eminent

excelse
excelsē
adverb
in an elevated tone

excelsitas
excelsitās
noun
loftiness

excelsus
excelsus
adjective
elevated

excensio
excēnsiō
cross-reference

exceptio
exceptiō
noun
an exception

excepto
exceptō
verb
to take out

exceptus
exceptus
participle
p. of excipio

excerno
excernō
verb
to sift out

excerpo
excerpō
verb
to pick out

excessus
excessus
noun
a departure

excetra
excetra
noun
a snake

excidium
excidium
noun
overthrow

excido
excīdō
verb
to cut out

excido
excidō
verb
to fall out

excieo
excieō
verb
to call out

excindo
excindō
verb
to extirpate

excindo
excindō
cross-reference

excio
exciō
verb
to call out

excipio
excipiō
verb
to take out

excisio
excīsiō
noun
a destroying

excisus
excīsus
participle
p. of 2 exci_do_

excitatus
excitātus
adjective
lively

excito
excitō
verb
to call out

excitus
excītus
participle
p. of excieo and excio

excitus
excitus
participle
p. of excieo and excio

exclamatio
exclāmātiō
noun
[in rhetoric] an exclamation

exclamo
exclāmō
verb
to call out

excludo
exclūdō
verb
to shut out

exclusio
exclūsiō
noun
a shutting out

exclusus
exclūsus
participle
p. of excludo

excoctus
excoctus
participle
p. of excoquo

excogitatio
excōgitātiō
noun
a thinking out

excogitatus
excōgitātus
participle
p. of excogito

excogito
excōgitō
verb
to think out

excolo
excolō
verb
to cultivate

excoquo
excoquō
verb
to boil out

excors
excors
adjective
without intelligence

excrementum
excrēmentum
noun
an excretion

excresco
excrēscō
verb
to grow up

excretus
excrētus
participle
p. of excerno

excribo
excrībō
verb
to write out

excrucio
excruciō
verb
to torment

excubia
excubia
noun
a lying out on guard

excubitor
excubitor
noun
a watchman

excubo
excubō
verb
to lie out of doors

excudo
excūdō
verb
to strike out

exculco
exculcō
verb
to tread down

exculpo
exculpō
verb
to dig out

excultus
excultus
participle
p. of excolo

excurro
excurrō
verb
to run out

excursio
excursiō
noun
a running out

excursor
excursor
noun
a skirmisher

excursus
excursus
participle
p. of excurro

excursus
excursus
noun
a running out

excusabilis
excūsābilis
adjective
that may be excused

excusate
excūsātē
adverb
without blame

excusatio
excūsātiō
noun
an excusing

excuso
excūsō
verb
[with pers. obj.] to excuse

excussus
excussus
adjective
stretched out

excutio
excutiō
verb
to shake out

exec
exec
cross-reference

execo
execō
verb
to cut out

execrabilis
execrābilis
adjective
accursed

execratio
execrātiō
noun
an execration

execratus
execrātus
adjective
accursed

execror
execror
verb
to curse

exectio
exectiō
noun
a cutting out

exedo
exedō
verb
to eat up

exedra
exedra
noun
a hall furnished with seats

exedrium
exedrium
noun
a sittingroom

exemplar
exemplar
noun
a transcript

exemplum
exemplum
noun
a sample

exemptus
exēmptus
participle
p. of eximo

exeo
exeō
verb
to go out

exequia
exequia
noun
a funeral procession

exequiae
exequiae
cross-reference

exequialis
exequiālis
adjective
of a funeral

exequor
exequor
verb
to follow to the grave

exequor
exequor
cross-reference

exerceo
exerceō
verb
to drive

exercio
exerciō
verb
to patch

exercitatio
exercitātiō
noun
exercise

exercitatus
exercitātus
adjective
exercito

exercitium
exercitium
noun
training

exercitus
exercitus
adjective
disciplined

exercitus
exercitus
noun
a disciplined body of men

exero
exerō
cross-reference

exerto
exertō
cross-reference

exesus
exēsus
participle
p. of exedo

exfodio
exfodiō
verb
to dig out

exfutuo
exfutūō
cross-reference

exhalatio
exhālātiō
noun
an exhalation

exhalo
exhālō
verb
to breathe out

exhaurio
exhauriō
verb
to draw out

exhaustus
exhaustus
participle
p. of exhaurio

exhedrium
exhedrium
cross-reference

exheredo
exhērēdō
verb
to disinherit

exheres
exhērēs
adjective
disinherited

exhexedrium
exhexedrium
noun
a sittingroom

exhibeo
exhibeō
verb
to hold forth

exhilaratus
exhilarātus
adjective
cheerful

exhorreo
exhorreō
verb
to tremble before

exhorresco
exhorrēscō
verb
to tremble

exhortatio
exhortātiō
noun
an exhortation

exhortor
exhortor
verb
to exhort

exibeo
exibeō
verb
to hold forth

exibeo
exibeō
cross-reference

exico
exicō
cross-reference

exigo
exigō
verb
to drive out

exigue
exiguē
adverb
shortly

exiguitas
exiguitās
noun
scantiness

exiguus
exiguus
adjective
strict

exilio
exiliō
verb
to spring out

exilis
exīlis
adjective
strict

exilitas
exīlitās
noun
thinness

exiliter
exīliter
adverb
thinly

exilium
exilium
cross-reference

exilium
exilium
noun
banishment

exim
exim
adverb
in place

exim
exim
adverb
after that

exim
exim
cross-reference

eximie
eximiē
adverb
exceedingly

eximius
eximius
adjective
taken out

eximo
eximō
verb
to take out

exin
exin
adverb
after that

exin
exin
adverb
in place

exinanio
exināniō
verb
to empty

exinde
exinde
adverb
after that

exisse
exīsse
cross-reference
inf. perf. of exeo

existimantes
exīstimantēs
noun
critics

existimatio
exīstimātiō
noun
a judging

existimator
exīstimātor
noun
a judge

existimo
exīstimō
verb
to value

existo
existō
verb
to step out

existumatio
exīstumātiō
noun
a judging

existumator
exīstumātor
noun
a judge

existumo
exīstumō
verb
to value

exitiabilis
exitiābilis
adjective
destructive

exitialis
exitiālis
adjective
destructive

exitiosus
exitiōsus
adjective
destructive

exitium
exitium
noun
destruction

exitus
exitus
participle
p. of exeo

exitus
exitus
noun
a going out

exlex
exlēx
adjective
beyond the law

exodium
exodium
noun
an after-play

exolesco
exolēscō
verb
[inch] to grow out of use

exoletus
exolētus
noun
a boy favorite

exolvo
exolvō
verb
to loose

exomnis
exomnis
adjective
sleepless

exonero
exonerō
verb
to free

exoptatus
exoptātus
adjective
greatly wished

exopto
exoptō
verb
to wish earnestly

exorabilis
exōrābilis
adjective
easily entreated

exorator
exorātor
noun
one who obtains by entreaty

exorbeo
exorbeō
verb
to suck out

exordior
exōrdior
verb
to begin a web

exordium
exōrdium
noun
[originally] the warp of a web

exorior
exorior
verb
to come out

exornatio
exōrnātiō
noun
an adorning

exornator
exōrnātor
noun
an adorner

exorno
exōrnō
verb
to fit out

exoro
exōrō
verb
to move

exors
exors
adjective
without lot

exorsum
exōrsum
noun
a beginning

exorsus
exōrsus
participle
p. of exordior

exorsus
exōrsus
noun
a beginning

exortus
exortus
participle
p. of exorior

exortus
exortus
noun
a coming forth

exosculor
exōsculor
verb
to kiss fondly

exosso
exossō
verb
to deprive of bones

exostra
exōstra
noun
a movable stage (in the theatre)

exosus
exōsus
adjective
hating

expallesco
expallēscō
verb
[only perfect] to grow pale

expatior
expatior
verb
to wander from the way

expatro
expatrō
verb
[once] to finish

expavesco
expavēscō
verb
to be terrified

expectatio
expectātiō
cross-reference

expectatio
expectātiō
noun
an awaiting

expecto
expectō
cross-reference

expecto
expectō
verb
to look out for

expectoro
expectorō
verb
to drive from the breast

expedio
expediō
verb
to extricate

expedite
expedītē
adverb
without impediment

expeditio
expedītiō
noun
an enterprise against the enemy

expeditus
expedītus
adjective
unfettered

expello
expellō
verb
to drive out

expendo
expendō
verb
to weigh out

expensum
expēnsum
cross-reference
money paid

expergefacio
expergēfaciō
verb
to arouse

expergiscor
expergīscor
verb
to be awakened

experiens
experiēns
adjective
experienced

experientia
experientia
noun
a trial

experimentum
experīmentum
noun
a proof

experior
experior
verb
to try

experrectus
experrēctus
participle
p. of expergiscor

expers
expers
adjective
having no part in

expertus
expertus
adjective
tried

expetendus
expetendus
adjective
worth striving for

expetens
expetēns
adjective
desirous

expetitus
expetītus
participle
p. of expeto

expeto
expetō
verb
to seek after

expiatio
expiātiō
noun
satisfaction

expictus
expictus
participle
p. of expingo

expilatio
expīlātiō
noun
a pillaging

expilator
expīlātor
noun
a pillager

expilo
expīlō
verb
to pillage

expingo
expingō
verb
to depict

expio
expiō
verb
to make amends for

expiratio
expīrātiō
noun
a breathing out

expiro
expīrō
verb
to breathe out

expiro
expīrō
cross-reference

expiscor
expiscor
verb
to fish out

explanate
explānātē
adverb
plainly

explanatio
explānātiō
noun
an explanation

explanator
explānātor
noun
an interpreter

explanatus
explānātus
adjective
plain

explano
explānō
verb
to make plain

expleo
expleō
verb
to fill up

expletio
explētiō
noun
a satisfying

expletus
explētus
adjective
full

explicate
explicātē
adverb
clearly

explicatio
explicātiō
noun
an unfolding

explicator
explicātor
noun
an expounder

explicatrix
explicātrīx
noun
she that explains

explicatus
explicātus
adjective
spread out

explicatus
explicātus
noun
an unfolding

explicitus
explicitus
adjective
unobstructed

explico
explicō
verb
to unfold

explodo
explōdō
verb
to drive out

explorate
explōrātē
adverb
for a certainty

exploratio
explōrātiō
noun
an examination

explorator
explōrātor
noun
an explorer

exploratus
explōrātus
adjective
ascertained

exploro
explōrō
verb
to cause to flow forth

explosus
explōsus
participle
p. of explodo

expolio
expoliō
verb
to smooth

expolitio
expolītiō
noun
a smoothing off

expolitus
expolītus
adjective
polished

expono
expōnō
verb
to put out

exporrigo
exporrigō
verb
to spread out

exportatio
exportātiō
noun
a carrying out

exporto
exportō
verb
to carry out

exposco
expōscō
verb
to ask earnestly

expositio
expositiō
noun
a setting forth

expositus
expositus
adjective
open

expostulatio
expostulātiō
noun
a pressing demand

expostulo
expostulō
verb
to demand pressingly

expostus
expostus
cross-reference

expotus
expōtus
cross-reference

expressus
expressus
adjective
clearly exhibited

exprimo
exprimō
verb
to press out

exprobratio
exprobrātiō
noun
a reproaching

exprobro
exprobrō
verb
to reproach with

expromo
exprōmō
verb
to show forth

expromptus
exprōmptus
adjective
ready

expugnabilis
expūgnābilis
adjective
that may be taken by assault

expugnatio
expūgnātiō
noun
a taking by assault

expugnator
expūgnātor
noun
a stormer

expugnax
expūgnāx
adjective
victorious

expugno
expūgnō
verb
to take by assault

expulsio
expulsiō
noun
a driving out

expulsor
expulsor
noun
a driver out

expulsus
expulsus
participle
p. of expello

expultrix
expultrīx
noun
she that expels

expuo
expuō
cross-reference

expurgo
expūrgō
verb
to purge

exquiro
exquīrō
verb
to search out

exquisite
exquīsītē
adverb
carefully

exquisitus
exquīsītus
adjective
carefully sought out

exsacrifico
exsacrificō
verb
to sacrifice

exsacrificrufico
exsacrificruficō
verb
to sacrifice

exsaevio
exsaeviō
verb
to cease raging

exsanguis
exsanguis
adjective
without blood

exsarcio
exsarciō
verb
to patch

exsatio
exsatiō
verb
to satisfy

exsaturabilis
exsaturābilis
adjective
that may be sated

exsaturo
exsaturō
verb
to satisfy satiate

exscendo
exscendō
verb
to climb up

exscendo
exscendō
cross-reference

exscensio
exscēnsīō
cross-reference

exscidium
exscidium
noun
overthrow

exscindo
exscindō
verb
to extirpate

exscribo
exscrībō
verb
to write out

exsculpo
exsculpō
verb
to dig out

exseco
exsecō
verb
to cut out

exsecrabilis
exsecrābilis
adjective
accursed

exsecratio
exsecrātiō
noun
an execration

exsecratus
exsecrātus
adjective
accursed

exsecror
exsecror
verb
to curse

exsectio
exsectiō
noun
a cutting out

exsectus
exsectus
participle
p. of exseco

exsecutio
exsecūtiō
noun
an accomplishing

exsecutus
exsecūtus
participle
p. of exsequor

exsequia
exsequia
noun
a funeral procession

exsequialis
exsequiālis
adjective
of a funeral

exsequor
exsequor
verb
to follow to the grave

exsero
exserō
verb
to stretch out

exserto
exsertō
verb
to stretch out

exsertus
exsertus
participle
p. of exsero

exsibilo
exsībilō
verb
to hiss out

exsiccatus
exsiccātus
adjective
dried up

exsicco
exsiccō
verb
to dry up

exsigno
exsīgnō
verb
to write out

exsilio
exsiliō
verb
to spring out

exsilium
exsilium
noun
banishment

exsisto
exsistō
verb
to step out

exsolutus
exsolūtus
participle
p. of exsolvo

exsolvo
exsolvō
verb
to loose

exsomnis
exsomnis
adjective
sleepless

exsorbeo
exsorbeō
verb
to suck out

exsors
exsors
adjective
without lot

exspargo
exspargō
cross-reference

exspatior
exspatior
verb
to wander from the way

exspectatio
exspectātiō
noun
an awaiting

exspectatus
exspectātus
adjective
anxiously expected

exspecto
exspectō
verb
to look out for

exspersus
exspersus
cross-reference
sprinkled

exspes
exspēs
adjective
(only nom sing.)

exspiratio
exspīrātiō
noun
a breathing out

exspiro
exspīrō
verb
to breathe out

exsplendesco
exsplendēscō
verb
to shine forth

exspolio
exspoliō
verb
to spoil

exspuo
exspuō
verb
to spit out

exsterno
exsternō
verb
to terrify greatly

exstillo
exstīllō
verb
to trickle away

exstimulator
exstimulātor
noun
an inciter

exstimulo
exstimulō
verb
to goad on

exstinctio
exstinctiō
noun
extinction

exstinctor
exstinctor
noun
an extinguisher

exstinctus
exstinctus
adjective
dead

exstinguo
exstinguō
verb
to put out

exstirpo
exstirpō
verb
to root out

exsto
exstō
verb
to stand out

exstructio
exstrūctiō
noun
a building up

exstructum
exstrūctum
noun
a lofty seat

exstruo
exstruō
verb
to pile

exsuctus
exsūctus
adjective
drawn out

exsudo
exsūdō
verb
to ooze

exsugo
exsūgō
verb
to suck out

exsul
exsul
noun
a banished person

exsulo
exsulō
verb
to be an exile

exsultans
exsultāns
adjective
boastful

exsultatio
exsultātiō
noun
a leaping for joy

exsultim
exsultim
adverb
leaping about

exsulto
exsultō
verb
to spring vigorously

exsuperabilis
exsuperābilis
adjective
to be overcome

exsuperantia
exsuperantia
noun
preeminence

exsupero
exsuperō
verb
to mount up

exsurdo
exsurdō
verb
to deafen

exsurgo
exsurgō
verb
to rise up

exsuscito
exsuscitō
verb
to rouse from sleep

extabesco
extābēscō
verb
to pass away completely

extemplo
extemplō
adverb
immediately

extemporalis
extemporālis
adjective
off hand

extendo
extendō
verb
to stretch out

extensus
extēnsus
participle
p. of extendo

extentus
extentus
adjective
extended

extenuatio
extenuātiō
noun
a lessening

extenuatus
extenuātus
adjective
trifling

extenuo
extenuō
verb
to make small

exter
exter
adjective
on the outside

exterebro
exterebrō
verb
to extract by boring

extergeo
extergeō
verb
to strip clean

exterior
exterior
adjective
outward

exterius
exterius
adverb
on the outer side

extermino
exterminō
verb
to drive out

externo
externō
verb
to terrify greatly

externus
externus
adjective
outward

extero
exterō
verb
to tread down

exterreo
exterreō
verb
to strike with terror

exterritus
exterritus
adjective
terrified

extersus
extersus
participle
p. of extergeo

exterus
exterus
adjective
on the outside

extillo
extīllō
verb
to trickle away

extimesco
extimēscō
verb
to be greatly afraid

extimulator
extimulātor
noun
an inciter

extimulo
extimulō
verb
to goad on

extimus
extimus
adjective
outermost

extinctus
extinctus
adjective
dead

extinguo
extinguō
verb
to put out

extirpo
extirpō
verb
to root out

extispex
extispex
noun
an observer of entrails

exto
extō
verb
to stand out

extollo
extollō
verb
to lift out

extorqueo
extorqueō
verb
to twist out

extorris
extorris
adjective
driven out of the country

extortor
extortor
noun
an extorter

extortus
extortus
adjective
deformed

extra
extrā
adverb
on the outside

extra
extrā
preposition
outside of

extractus
extrāctus
participle
p. of extraho

extraho
extrahō
verb
to draw out

extraneus
extrāneus
adjective
from without

extraordinarius
extraōrdinārius
adjective
out of the common order

extrarius
extrārius
adjective
outward

extremitas
extrēmitās
noun
the extremity

extremo
extrēmō
adverb
at last

extremum
extrēmum
adverb
at last

extremus
extrēmus
adjective
outermost

extrico
extrīcō
verb
to disentangle

extrinsecus
extrīnsecus
adverb
from without

extructio
extrūctiō
noun
a building up

extrudo
extrūdō
verb
to thrust out

extruo
extruō
cross-reference

extruo
extruō
verb
to pile

extrusus
extrūsus
participle
p. of extrudo

extum
extum
noun
the chief internal organs of the body

extumefactus
extumefactus
adjective
swollen

extumus
extumus
adjective
outermost

extundo
extundō
verb
to beat out

exturbo
exturbō
verb
to drive out

exubero
exūberō
verb
to grow luxuriantly

exudo
exūdō
verb
to ooze

exul
exul
cross-reference

exul
exul
noun
a banished person

exulcero
exulcerō
verb
to make worse

exulo
exulō
cross-reference

exulo
exulō
verb
to be an exile

exultans
exultāns
adjective
boastful

exultatio
exultātiō
noun
a leaping for joy

exultim
exultim
cross-reference

exulto
exultō
verb
to spring vigorously

exulto
exultō
cross-reference

exululo
exululō
verb
to howl

exundans
exundāns
adjective
overflowing

exundo
exundō
verb
to flow out

exuo
exuō
verb
to draw out

exuperabilis
exuperābilis
adjective
to be overcome

exuperantia
exuperantia
noun
preeminence

exupero
exuperō
cross-reference

exupero
exuperō
verb
to mount up

exurgo
exurgō
verb
to rise up

exurgo
exurgō
cross-reference

exuro
exūrō
verb
to burn out

exuscito
exuscitō
verb
to rouse from sleep

exustio
exūstiō
noun
a burning up

exustus
exūstus
participle
p. of exuro

exutus
exūtus
participle
p. of exuo

exuvia
exuvia
noun
that which is stripped off

exuvium
exuvium
noun
spoils

 
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