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E
E
noun
men

e
e
noun
men

e
e
adjective
gold-colored

e
ē
preposition
praep

ea
adverb
on that side

eadem
eādem
adverb
By the same way

eale
ealē
noun
a large animal found in Ethiopia

eapropter
eāpropter
adverb
on that account

earinus
earinus
adjective
green

Earinus
Earinus
noun
the name of a slave

Earinus
Ēarinus
noun
the name of a slave

eatenus
eātenus
adverb
so far

ebeneus
ebeneus
adjective
of ebony

ebeninus
ebeninus
cross-reference

ebeninus
ebeninus
adjective
of ebony

ebenus
ebenus
noun

ebenus
ebenus
noun
the ebon-tree

ebibo
ēbibō
verb
to drink up

ebiscum
ebiscum
noun
the marsh-mallow

ebiscum
ebiscum
noun

ebito
ēbītō
verb

eblandior
ēblandior
verb
to obtain by flattery or coaxing

Ebora
Ebora
noun
A castle in Spain

Eboracum
Eborācum
noun
the capital of the Brigantes in Britain

eborarius
eborārius
noun
a worker in ivory

eboreus
eboreus
adjective
made of ivory

Ebosia
Ebōsīa
noun
of Ebusus

ebriacus
ēbriācus
adjective
drunken

ebriamen
ēbriāmen
noun
intoxicating liquor

ebrietas
ēbrietās
noun
drunkenness

ebrio
ēbriō
verb
to make drunk

ebriolatus
ēbriolātus
adjective
a little intoxicated

ebriolus
ēbriolus
adjective
a little intoxicated

ebriositas
ēbriōsitās
noun
addiction to drink

ebriosus
ēbriōsus
adjective
given to drinking

ebriosus
ēbriōsus
noun
a drunkard

ebrius
ēbrius
adjective
who has drunk enough

ebrius
ebrius
noun
a drunkard

Ebromagus
Ebromagus
noun
a city in the province of Gaul

ebulinus
ebulīnus
adjective
of elder-wood

ebullio
ēbulliō
verb
to boil up

ebullitio
ēbullītiō
noun
a bubbling up or out

ebullo
ēbullō
verb
to boil up

ebulum
ebulum
noun
Dane-wort

ebulus
ebulus
noun
Dane-wort

ebur
ebur
noun
ivory

eburarius
eburārius
noun
a worker in ivory

eburatus
eburātus
adjective
adorned or inlaid with ivory

Eburinus
Eburīnus
noun
a people of Lucania

Eburinus
Eburīnus
adjective

eburneolus
eburneolus
adjective
of ivory

eburneus
eburneus
adjective
of ivory

eburnus
eburnus
adjective
of ivory

Eburobritium
Eburobritium
noun
a town of Lusitania

Eburobrittium
Eburobrittium
noun
a town of Lusitania

Eburonis
Eburōnis
noun
a nation of

Eburovix
Ebūrovīx
noun

Ebusitanus
Ebusitānus
noun
of Ebusus

Ebusos
Ebusos
noun
an island of the Mediterranean

Ebusus
Ebusus
noun
an island of the Mediterranean

ecastor
ecastor
interjection
pron. acc

ecastor
ēcastor
interjection

ecaudis
ēcaudis
adjective
without a tail

ecbasis
ecbasis
noun
a digression

Ecbatana
Ecbatana
noun
the principal city of Media

Ecbatanum
Ecbatanum
noun
the principal city of Media

ecbolas
ecbolas
noun
a sort of Egyptian grape

ecca
ecca
cross-reference

eccam
eccam
cross-reference

ecce
eccē
adverb
lo! see! behold!

eccentros
eccentros
noun
out of the centre

eccere
eccere
interjection
there!

eccheuma
eccheuma
noun
a pouring out

eccillam, eccillum
eccillam, eccillum
expression

eccistam
eccistam
cross-reference

ecclesia
ēcclesia
noun
an assembly of the

ecclesia
ecclēsia
noun
an assembly of the

Ecclesiastes
Ecclēsiastēs
noun
the Preacher

ecclesiasticus
ecclēsiasticus
adjective
of or belonging to the Church

ecclesiasticus
ecclesiasticus
noun
A church officer

ecclesiecdicus
ecclēsiecdicus
noun
a church proctor

ecclesiola
ecclēsiola
noun
a small church

eccos
eccos
cross-reference

eccum
eccum
cross-reference

ecdicus
ecdicus
noun
a syndic

ecere
ecerē
adverb

ecere
ecere
interjection
there!

Ecetra
Ecetra
noun
a city of the Volsci

Ecetranus
Ecetrānus
noun
Its inhabitants

ecfacio
ecfaciō
verb
to make out

ecfarcio
ecfarciō
verb
to stuff

ecfatus
ecfātus
adverb

ecferitas
ecferitās
noun
an excessively wild state

ecfero
ecferō
verb
to bring or carry out

ecfero
ecfero
adverb

ecfodio
ecfodiō
verb
to dig out

ecfreno
ecfrēnō
verb
to unbridle

ecfundo
ecfundō
verb
to pour out

ecfutuo
ecfutuō
verb
to waste in debauchery

Echecrates
Echecratēs
noun
a Pythagorean philosopher

echeneis
echenēis
noun
the sucking-fish

echeum
ēchēum
noun
vessels to increase the sound of the actors' voices in a theatre

echidna
echidna
noun
an adder

Echidneus
Echidnēus
adjective
of Echidna

Echinadis
Echīnadis
noun
small group of islands in the Ionian Sea

echinatus
echīnātus
adjective
set with prickles

echinometra
echīnomētra
noun
a sort of sea-urchin

echinophora
echīnophora
noun
a sort of

echinopus
echīnopūs
noun
a kind of thorn

Echinos
Echīnos
noun
A city of Phthiotis

echinus
echīnus
noun
a hedgehog

Echinus
Echīnus
noun
A city of Phthiotis

Echion
Echīon
noun
One of the heroes who sprang up from the dragon's teeth sown by Cadmus

echion
echion
noun
a medicament prepared from the ashes of adders

Echionides
Echīonidēs
noun
the son of Echion

Echionius
Echīonius
adjective
Cadmean

Echionius
Echīonius
adjective
of Echion

echios
echios
noun
viper's bugloss

echis
echis
noun
a plant

echite
echītē
noun
a plant

echitis
echītis
noun
adder-stone

echo
ēchō
noun
repercussion of sound

echoicus
ēchōicus
adjective
echoing

eclesia
eclesia
noun
an assembly of the

ecligma
eclīgma
noun
a medicine to be taken by letting it melt in the mouth

ecligmatium
ecligmatium
noun
dim. n

eclipsis
eclīpsis
noun

eclipticus
eclipticus
adjective
belonging to an eclipse

ecloga
ecloga
noun
a selection

eclogarius
eclogārius
noun
select passages from a work

eclogarius
eclogārius
adjective
of or belonging to a selection

ecnephias
ecnephiās
noun
a hurricane supposed to be produced by blasts from two opposite clouds

econtra
ēcontrā
adverb
in comparison with

econtra
ēcontra
cross-reference

ecphora
ecphora
noun
a projection in buildings

ecpyrosis
ecpȳrōsis
noun
a burning utterly

ecquando
ecquandō
adverb
adv. interrog

ecqui
ecquī
pronoun
whether?

ecqui
ecquī
adverb

ecqui
ecquī
pronoun
Is there any one who? Any?

ecquid
ecquid
adverb
whether

ecquis
ecquis
pronoun
Is there any one who? Any

ecquisnam
ecquisnam
pronoun
Is there any one who? Any

ecquo
ecquō
adverb
anywhere?

ecragino
ecrāgīnō
verb
to break forth

ecstasis
ecstasis
noun
a being beside one's self

ectasis
ectasis
noun
the lengthening of a vowel short by nature: si

ecthlipsis
ecthlipsis
noun
ecthlipsis

ectomon
ectomon
noun
black hellebore

ectroma
ectrōma
noun
an abortion

ectropa
ectropa
noun
an inn

ectypus
ectypus
adjective
engraved in relief

eculeus
eculeus
noun
a young horse

eculeus
eculeus
noun

edacitas
edācitās
noun
voracity

edax
edax
adjective
voracious

edeatroe
edeatroe
adjective

edecimo
ēdecimō
verb
to pick out

edecumo
ēdecumō
verb
to pick out

edento
ēdentō
verb
to render toothless

edentulus
ēdentulus
adjective
toothless

edepol
edepol
interjection
by Pollux! indeed! truly!

edepol
edepol
interjection

edera
edera
noun

edera
edera
noun
ivy

edera
edera
noun

ederaceus
ederāceus
adjective
of ivy

ederatus
ederātus
adjective
adorned or crowned with ivy

ederiger
ederiger
adjective
ivy-bearing

ederosus
ederōsus
adjective
full of ivy

Edessa
Edessa
noun
A city of Macedonia

Edessaeus
Edessaeus
adjective
of Edessa

Edessenus
Edessēnus
adjective
of Edessa

edibilis
edibilis
adjective
eatable

edico
ēdīcō
verb
to declare

edictalis
ēdictālis
adjective
by edict

edictio
ēdictiō
noun
an order

edicto
ēdictō
verb
to speak out

edictum
ēdictum
noun
A proclamation

edisco
ēdiscō
verb
to learn by heart

edissero
ēdisserō
verb
to analyze in words

edissertator
ēdissertātor
noun
an explainer

edissertio
ēdissertiō
noun
an analysis

edisserto
ēdissertō
verb
to analyze

editicius
ēditīcius
adjective
set forth

editio
ēditiō
noun
A bringing forth

editius
ēditius
adjective
set forth

editor
ēditor
noun
That which brings forth or produces

editum
ēditum
noun

editum
ēditum
noun

editus
ēditus
noun
a voiding

editus
ēditus
adjective

editus
ēditus
adjective

edo
edō
noun
a glutton

edo
edō
verb
to eat

edo
ēdō
verb
to give out

edocenter
ēdocenter
adverb
instructively

edoceo
ēdoceō
verb
to teach thoroughly

edolo
ēdolō
verb
to cut or hew out

Edom
Edom
noun
Esau

Edomino
Ēdominō
verb

edomito
ēdomitō
verb
to tame completely

edomo
ēdomō
verb
to tame completely

Edon
Edon
noun
a spur of the Pangaeus range

Edonis
Ēdōnis
noun
Edonic

Edonus
Ēdōnus
noun
a spur of the Pangaeus range

Edonus
Ēdōnus
noun
a people of Thrace

Edonus
Ēdōnus
adjective
Edonic

edor
edor
cross-reference

edormio
ēdormiō
verb
to sleep out

edormisco
ēdormiscō
verb
to sleep out

educatio
ēducātiō
noun
a breeding

educator
ēducātor
noun
a rearer

educatrix
ēducātrix
noun
She who brings up

educatus
ēducātus
noun
bringing up

educo
ēducō
verb
to bring up

educo
ēdūcō
verb
to lead forth

eductio
ēductiō
noun
a moving out

eductor
ēductor
noun
a bringer-up

Edula
Edūla
noun

edulco
ēdulcō
verb
to sweeten

edule
edule
noun
eatables

Edulia
Edūlia
noun

Edulia
Edūlia
noun
the goddess that presides over children's food

Edulica
Edūlica
noun

Edulica
Edūlica
noun

edulis
edūlis
adjective
eatable

edulium
edūlium
noun

edulium
edulium
cross-reference
N. cr.

eduresco
ēdūrescō
verb
to grow hard

eduro
ēdūrō
verb
to last out

edurus
ēdūrus
adjective
exceedingly hard

edus
ēdus
noun
a young goat

Edusa
Edūsa
noun
the goddess that presides over children's food

Edyllium
Ēdyllium
noun
an Idyl

Eetion
Ēetiōn
noun
the father of Andromache

Eetioneus
Ēetiōnēus
adjective
pertaining to Eetion

effabilis
effābilis
adjective
that may be uttered

effaecatus
effaecātus
adjective
purified from the dregs

effaeto
effaeto
adverb

effafilatum
effafilatum
cross-reference

effamen
effāmen
noun
an enunciation

effarcio
effarciō
verb
to stuff

effascinatio
effascinātiō
noun
a bewitching

effascino
effascinō
verb
to bewitch

effatio
effātiō
noun
a speaking

effatum
effātum
noun
a dialectical proposition

effatum
effātum
noun

effatus
effātus
noun
a speaking

effatus
effātus
adjective
to state a proposition

effecte
effecte
cross-reference
in fact

effecte
effectē
adverb
Effectively

effectio
effectiō
noun
A doing

effectiva
effectīva
noun
practical art

effectivus
effectīvus
adjective
effective

effecto
effectō
verb
to put out of use

effector
effector
noun
an effecter

effectorius
effectōrius
adjective
effectual

effectrix
effectrix
noun
she who effects

effectum
effectum
noun
an effect

effectus
effectus
adjective

effectus
effectus
adjective
worked out

effectus
effectus
noun
a doing

effecundo
effēcundō
verb
to make fruitful

effeminate
effēminātē
adverb
effeminately

effeminatio
effēminātiō
noun
effeminacy

effeminatus
effēminātus
adjective

effeminatus
effēminātus
adjective

effemino
effēminō
verb
to make feminine

efferasco
efferascō
verb
to become savage

efferate
efferātē
adverb
fiercely

efferatio
efferātiō
noun
a making savage

efferatus
efferātus
adjective

efferatus
efferātus
adjective
wild

effercio
efferciō
verb

effercio
efferciō
verb
to stuff

efferitas
efferitās
noun
an excessively wild state

effero
efferō
verb
to bring or carry out

effero
efferō
verb
to make wild

effertus
effertus
adjective

effertus
effertus
adjective
filled out

efferus
efferus
adjective
very wild

effervens
effervens
adjective

effervens
effervens
adjective
boiling with passion

effervesco
effervescō
verb
To boil up or over

effervo
effervō
verb
to boil up or over

effeto
effētō
verb
to put out of use

effetus
effētus
adjective
that has brought forth young

efficacia
efficācia
noun
efficacy

efficacitas
efficācitās
noun
efficacy

efficaciter
efficāciter
adverb
efficaciously

efficaciter
efficāciter
adverb
effectually

efficax
efficax
adjective
efficacious

efficiens
efficiens
adjective

efficiens
efficiens
adjective

efficienter
efficienter
adverb
efficiently

efficienter
efficienter
cross-reference
efficiently

efficientia
efficientia
noun
efficient power

efficio
efficiō
verb
to make out

effictio
effictiō
noun
a representing

effictus
effictus
adjective

effigia
effigia
noun

effigiatus
effigiātus
noun
a representing

effigientia
effigientia
noun
the creating

effigies
effigiēs
noun
an

effigio
effigiō
verb
to form

effiguratio
effigūrātiō
noun
a representation

effindo
effindō
verb
to divide

effingo
effingō
verb
To form

effio
effīō
verb

effirmo
effirmō
verb
to strengthen

efflagitatio
efflāgitātiō
noun
an urgent demand

efflagitatus
efflāgitātus
noun
an earnest or urgent request

efflagito
efflāgitō
verb
to demand or ask urgently

efflammans
efflammans
adjective
emitting flames

effleo
effleō
verb
to weep out

efflicte
efflictē
adverb

efflicte
efflictē
adverb

efflictim
efflictim
adverb
to death

efflictim
efflictim
adverb

efflicto
efflictō
verb
to strike dead

effligo
efflīgō
verb
to strike dead

efflo
efflō
verb
to blow or breathe out

effloreo
efflōreō
verb
to bloom or blossom forth

effloresco
efflōrescō
verb
to bloom or blossom

effluesco
effluescō
verb
to revel

effluo
effluō
verb
to flow or run out

effluus
effluus
adjective
flowing out

effluvium
effluvium
noun
a flowing out

effor
effor
verb
to speak or say out

effoco
effōcō
verb
to suffocate

effodio
effodiō
verb
to dig out

effoecundo
effoecundō
verb
to make fruitful

effoecundo
effoecundō
cross-reference

effoemino
effoeminō
cross-reference

effoetus
effoetus
adverb

efforo
efforō
verb
to bore through

effossio
effossiō
noun
a digging out

effoveo
effoveō
verb
to refresh

effractarius
effractārius
noun
a house-breaker

effractor
effractor
noun
a housebreaker

effractura
effractūra
noun
house-breaking

effrenate
effrēnātē
adverb
unrestrainedly

effrenate
effrēnātē
adverb
unrestrainedly

effrenatio
effrēnātiō
noun
unbridled impetuosity

effrenatus
effrēnātus
adjective

effrenatus
effrēnātus
adjective

effrenis
effrēnis
adjective

effreno
effrēnō
verb
to unbridle

effrenus
effrēnus
adjective
free from the bridle

effrico
effricō
verb
to rub off or out

effringo
effringō
verb
to break off

effrondesco
effrondescō
verb
to put forth leaves

effrons
effrons
adjective
barefaced

effrutico
effruticō
verb
to put forth

effugatio
effugātiō
noun
a putting to flight

effugia
effugia
cross-reference

effugio
effugiō
verb
to flee away

effugium
effugium
noun
a flecing away

effugius
effugius
adjective
escaping

effugo
effugō
verb
to put to flight

effulgeo
effulgeō
verb
to shine or gleam forth

effultus
effultus
adjective
propped up

effumigatus
effūmigātus
adjective
smoked out

effumo
effūmō
verb
to emit smoke

effundo
effundō
verb
to pour out

effuse
effūsē
adverb
Far spread

effusio
effūsiō
noun
a pouring out

effusor
effūsor
noun
a prodigal

effusorie
effūsōriē
adverb
far and wide

effusum
effusum
noun
the urine

effusus
effūsus
adjective

effusus
effūsus
adjective
Poured out

effuticius
effūtīcius
adjective
prattling

effutio
effūtiō
verb
to blab out

effutius
effūtius
adjective
prattling

effutuo
effutuō
verb
to waste in debauchery

egelido
ēgelidō
verb
to thaw away

egelidus
ēgelidus
adjective
Not cold

egelo
ēgelō
verb
to take off the chill

egens
egens
adjective
needy

egens
egens
adjective

egenulus
egēnulus
adjective
needy

egenum
egēnum
noun
a poor soil

egenus
egēnus
adjective
in want of

egenus
egēnus
noun
a poor man

egeo
egeō
verb
to be needy

Egeria
Ēgeria
noun
a nymph

egeries
ēgeries
noun
excrement

egermino
ēgerminō
verb
to put forth

egero
ēgerō
verb
to carry

egersimon
egersimon
noun
a means of excitement

Egesta
Egesta
noun
the Greek name of Segesta

egestas
egestās
noun
indigence

egestio
ēgestiō
noun
a carrying out or off

egestivus
ēgestīvus
adjective
purgative

egestosus
egestōsus
adjective
very poor

egestus
ēgestus
noun
a carrying out

egestus
ēgestus
adjective

egigno
ēgignō
verb
to procreate

eglecopala
eglecopala
noun
blue marl

Egnatia
Egnatia
cross-reference

Egnatia
Egnātia
noun
A city and harbor on the coast of Appulia

Egnatianus
Egnātiānus
adjective
of Egnatius

Egnatius
Egnātius
noun
a Roman proper name

Egnatuleius
Egnātulēius
noun
a quaestor who deserted with the

ego
egō
pronoun
I

ego
ego
pronoun
I

egomet
egomet
cross-reference

egranatus
ēgrānātus
adjective
shelled

egredior
ēgredior
verb
to go or come out

egregiatus
ēgregiātus
noun
the rank and title of an

egregie
ēgregiē
adverb
excellently

egregium
ēgregium
noun
a title of public officers in high station

Egregius
Egregius
noun
a title of public officers in high station

egregius
ēgregius
adjective
distinguished

egressio
ēgressiō
noun
a going out or forth

egressus
ēgressus
noun
a going out or away

egressus
ēgressus
adjective

egula
egula
noun
a kind of sulphur

egurgito
ēgurgitō
verb
to pour out

ehem
ehem
interjection
ha! what!

eheu
ēheu
interjection
ah! alas!

eho
ehō
interjection
ha? ho! holla! soho!

ei
cross-reference

ei
ei
interjection
ah! woe!

ei
interjection
oh!

eia
ēia
interjection
ah! ah ha! indeed!

eicio
ēiciō
verb
to cast

eidem
eīdem
cross-reference

eids
eids
noun
one of the three days in each month from which the other days were reckoned in the Roman calendar

eii
eiī
adverb

eiius
eiius
adverb

ejaculo
ējaculō
verb

ejaculor
ējaculor
verb

ejaculorr
ējaculor
verb
to shoot out

ejectamentum
ējectāmentum
noun
that which is cast out

ejecticius
ējectīcius
adjective
that casts out

ejectio
ējectiō
noun
a casting or throwing out

ejectius
ējectius
adjective
that casts out

ejecto
ējectō
verb
to cast out

ejectus
ējectus
adjective

ejectus
ējectus
noun
a casting out

ejeratio
ējerātiō
cross-reference

ejero
ējerō
cross-reference

ejero
ējerō
verb
to refuse or reject by oath

ejicio
ējiciō
cross-reference

ejicio
ejiciō
verb
to cast

ejulabilis
ējulābilis
adjective
wailing loudly

ejulabundus
ējulābundus
adjective
abandoned to wailing

ejulatio
ējulātiō
noun
a wailing

ejulatus
ējulātus
noun
a wailing

ejulito
ējulitō
verb
to lament greatly

ejulo
ējulō
verb
to wail

ejuncesco
ējuncescō
verb
to grow or shoot up like a rush

ejuncidus
ējuncidus
adjective
grown or shot up like a rush

Ejuno
Ējūnō
cross-reference
inlerj

ejuratio
ējūrātiō
noun
an abjuring

ejuro
ējūrō
verb
to refuse or reject by oath

ejus
ējus
cross-reference

ejuscemodi
ējuscemodī
adverb

ejusdemmodi
ējusdemmodī
adverb
of the same kind

ejusmodi
ējusmodī
adverb
of that kind

elabor
ēlābor
verb
to slip or glide away

elaboratio
ēlabōrātiō
noun
persevering labor

elaboratus
ēlabōrātus
adjective
elaborate

elaboratus
ēlabōrātus
noun
persevering labor

elaboro
ēlabōrō
verb
to labor

elacatae
ēlacataē
adverb

elacatenis
ēlacatēnis
noun
a large sea-fish

Elaea
Elaea
noun
a city of Aeolis

elaeemporia
elaeemporia
noun
traffic in oil

elaeogarum
elaeogarum
noun
a fish-sauce with oil

elaeomeli
elaeomelī
noun
a sort of manna which exudes from the branches of the olive-tree

elaeon
elaeōn
noun
a plantation of olives

elaeothesium
elaeothesium
noun
the anointing-room in a bath

Elaeus
Elaeūs
noun
a city on the Hellespont in the Thracian Chersonesus

Elagabalus
Elagabalus
noun
a Roman emperor

Elagabalus
Elagabalus
cross-reference

elambo
ēlambō
verb
to lick away

elamentabilis
ēlāmentābilis
adjective
very lamentable

elanguesco
ēlanguescō
verb
to grow faint

elanguidus
ēlanguidus
adjective
utterly weary

elaphoboscon
elaphoboscon
noun
wild parsnips

elapidatus
ēlapidātus
adjective
cleared from stones

elapsus
ēlapsus
adjective

elaqueo
ēlaqueō
verb
to extricate from snares or fetters

elargior
ēlargior
verb
to give out

elassesco
ēlassescō
verb
to become exhausted

elate
ēlātē
adverb
loftily

elate
ēlātē
adverb
loftily

elate
elatē
noun
a sort of firtree

Elatea
Elatēa
noun
A city of Phocis

Elateia
Elatēīa
noun
A city of Phocis

Elateius
Elatēius
adjective
of or belonging to Elatus

elaterium
elatērium
noun
a medicine prepared from the juice of the wild cucumber

elatine
elatīnē
noun
a plant of the genus

elatio
ēlātiō
noun
a carrying out

elatites
elatītēs
noun
a kind of blood-stone

elatro
ēlātrō
verb
to bark out

elatus
ēlātus
adjective
exalted

elatus
ēlātus
adjective
exalted

elaudare
ēlaudārē
adverb

elautus
ēlautus
adjective

Elaver
Elaver
noun
a river in Gaul emptying into the Liger

elavo
ēlavō
verb
to wash out or away

Elea
Elea
noun
a city of Lucania

Eleates
Eleātes
cross-reference
of Elea

Eleatici
Eleāticī
cross-reference
of Elea

elecebra
ēlecebra
noun
a female allurer

electarium
ēlectārium
noun
a medicament that melts in the mouth

electe
ēlecte
cross-reference
choicely

electe
ēlectē
adverb
choicely

electilis
ēlectilis
adjective
choice

electio
ēlectiō
noun
a choice

electo
ēlectō
verb
to get out artfully

electo
ēlectō
verb
to choose

elector
ēlector
noun
a chooser

elector
ēlector
noun
the shining sun

Electra
Ēlectra
noun
Daughter of Atlas and Pleione

electreus
ēlectreus
adjective
made of amber

electrifer
ēlectrifer
adjective
producing amber

electrinus
ēlectrīnus
adjective
of amber

Electrius
Ēlectrius
adjective

Electrius
Ēlectrius
adjective

electrix
ēlectrix
noun
she that selects or chooses

electrum
ēlectrum
noun
Amber

electrus
ēlectrus
adjective
of amber

Electrus
Ēlectrus
noun
son of Perseus and father of Alcmena

Electryon
Electryon
noun
son of Perseus and father of Alcmena

electuarium
ēlectuārium
cross-reference

electuarium
ēlectuārium
noun
a medicament that melts in the mouth

electum
ēlectum
noun
selections

electus
ēlectus
adjective
picked

electus
ēlectus
adjective
choice

electus
ēlectus
noun
a choice

eleemosyna
eleēmosyna
noun
alms

elegans
ēlegans
noun
fine gentlemen

elegans
ēlegans
adjective
luxurious

eleganter
ēleganter
adverb
with correct choice

elegantia
ēlegantia
noun
A being nice or particular

elegatus
elegātus
noun
an unknown kind of fish

elegea
elegēa
noun
An elegy

elegeia
elegēia
noun
An elegy

elegeon
elegēon
noun
an elegiac poem

elegia
elegīa
noun
An elegy

elegiacus
elegiacus
adjective
elegiac

elegiacus
elegīacus
adjective
elegiac

elegidarion
elegīdārion
noun
a short elegy

elegidion
elegīdion
noun
a short elegy

elegion
elegīon
noun
an elegiac poem

elego
ēlēgō
verb
to convey away

elegus
elegus
adjective
elegiac

elegus
elegus
noun
elegiac verses

elegus
elegus
noun

Eleis
Ēlēis
noun

Eleis
Ēlēis
noun
Elean

Eleleides
Elelēides
noun

Eleleus
Eleleus
noun
a surname of Bacchus

elelisphacos
elelisphacos
noun
a kind of sage

elementarius
elementārius
adjective
belonging to the elements or rudiments

elementicius
elementīcius
adjective
elementary

elementius
elementius
adjective
elementary

elementum
elementum
noun
a first principle

elenchus
elenchus
noun
A costly trinket

elentesco
ēlentescō
verb
to become clammy or soft

elephans
elephans
noun
an elephant

elephans
elephans
adjective

elephantia
elephantia
noun
a very virulent kind of leprosy

elephantiacus
elephantiacus
noun
One who labors under elephantiasis

elephantiasis
elephantiasis
noun
a very virulent kind of leprosy

elephanticus
elephanticus
noun
a very virulent kind of leprosy

elephanticus
elephanticus
noun
One who labors under elephantiasis

Elephantine
Elephantīnē
noun
a small but very fertile island of the Nile

elephantinus
elephantinus
adjective
Belonging to the elephant

elephantiosis
elephantiōsis
noun
a very virulent kind of leprosy

elephantiosus
elephantiōsus
noun
One who labors under elephantiasis

Elephantis
Elephantis
noun
An island of the Nile

Elephantis
Elephantis
noun

elephantus
elephantus
noun
an elephant

elephas
elephās
noun
an elephant

elephas
elephās
noun
a very virulent kind of leprosy

Eleus
Ēlēus
noun
the inhabitants of Elis

Eleus
Eleūs
noun

Eleus
Ēlēus
adjective

Eleus
Elēus
cross-reference

Eleus
Ēlēus
adjective
Elean

Eleusin
Eleusin
noun
a very ancient city of Attica

Eleusina
Eleusina
noun
a very ancient city of Attica

Eleusinium
Eleusīnium
noun
the festival of Ceres at Eleusin

Eleusinius
Eleusīnius
adjective
Eleusinian

Eleusinus
Eleusīnus
adjective
Eleusinian

Eleusium
Eleusium
noun
a female name

eleutheria
eleutheria
noun
liberty

Eleutheri Cadurci
Eleutheri Cadurcī
expression

Eleutherium
Eleutherium
noun
the festival of Jupiter Eleutherius

Eleutherius
Eleutherius
noun
the surname of a god

Eleutherocilicis
Eleutherocilicis
noun
a people

elevatio
ēlevātiō
noun
A lifting up

elevator
ēlevātor
noun
one who raises up

elevo
ēlevō
verb
to lift up

Elia
Elia
noun
Elijah

Elias
Ēlias
noun
Elean

Elias
Ēlīās
noun
Elijah

elicio
ēliciō
verb
to draw out

elicis
ēlicis
noun
a trench for drawing off water

elicitus
ēlicitus
adjective

Elicius
Ēlicius
noun
a surname of Jupiter

Elidensis
Ēlidensis
cross-reference

Elidensis
Ēlidensis
adjective

elido
ēlīdō
verb
To knock

eligans, eligantia
ēligans, ēligantia
expression

eliganter
ēliganter
adverb

eligo
ēligō
verb
to pick out

elimatio
ēlīmātiō
noun
a filing away

elimatius
ēlīmātius
cross-reference
Adv.

elimator
ēlīmātor
noun
a cleanser

elimatus
ēlīmātus
adjective
elaborate

Elimea
Elimēa
noun
a district to the southwest of Macedonia

Elimeia
Elimēīa
noun
a district to the southwest of Macedonia

elimes
ēlīmes
noun

elimino
ēlīminō
verb
to turn out of doors

Elimiotis
Elimiōtis
noun
a district to the southwest of Macedonia

elimo
ēlīmō
verb
to file up

elimpido
ēlimpidō
verb
to cleanse out

elinguatio
ēlinguātiō
cross-reference

elinguis
ēlinguis
adjective
deprived of a tongue

elinguo
ēlinguō
verb
to deprive of the tongue

elino
ēlinō
verb
to bedaub

eliquamen
ēliquāmen
cross-reference

eliquatio
ēliquātiō
noun
a liquefying

eliquatus
ēliquātus
adjective

eliquesco
ēliquescō
verb
to become liquid

eliquium
ēliquium
noun
An outlet

eliquo
ēliquō
verb
To clarify

Elis
Ēlis
noun
the most westerly district of the Peloponnesus

Elisa
Elīsa
noun
Dido

elisio
ēlīsiō
noun
A striking out

Elissa
Elissa
noun
Dido

Elissaeus
Elissaeus
adjective
Carthaginian

elisus
ēlīsus
adjective

Elius
Ēlius
noun
the inhabitants of Elis

elix
ēlix
noun
a channel for diverting a stream

elixatura
ēlixātūra
noun
a thorough boiling

elixo
ēlixō
verb
to boil thoroughly

elixus
ēlixus
adjective
thoroughly boiled

ellam
ellam
cross-reference

elleborine
elleborīnē
noun
a kind of hellebore

elleborismus
elleborismus
noun
a purgative made from hellebore

elleborites
elleborītēs
noun
hellebore wine

elleboro
elleborō
cross-reference
to purify with hellebore

elleborosus
elleborōsus
adjective
in need of hellebore

elleborum
elleborum
noun
hellebore

elleborus
elleborus
noun
hellebore

ellipsis
ellipsis
noun
an ellipsis

ellops
ellops
noun
a very savory sea-fish

ellops
ellops
noun

ellum
ellum
cross-reference

ellychnium
ellychnium
noun
a lamp-wick

eloco
ēlocō
verb
to let or hire out

elocutilis
ēlocūtilis
adjective
oratorical

elocutio
ēlocūtiō
noun
a speaking out

elocutoria
elocutoria
noun
pertaining to oratorical expression

elocutorius
ēlocūtōrius
adjective
pertaining to oratorical expression

elocutrix
elocutrix
noun
pertaining to oratorical expression

elocutus
ēlocūtus
adjective

elogio
ēlogiō
verb
to describe briefly

elogium
ēlogium
noun
an utterance

elonginquo
ēlonginquō
verb
to remove

elongo
ēlongō
verb
to remove

elops
elops
noun

elops
elops
noun
a very savory sea-fish

eloquens
ēloquens
adjective

eloquens
ēloquens
adjective

eloquenter
ēloquenter
adverb
eloquently

eloquenter
ēloquenter
adverb
eloquently

eloquentia
ēloquentia
noun
a being eloquent

eloquium
ēloquium
noun
eloquence

eloquor
ēloquor
verb
to speak out

Eloria Tempe
Elōria Tempē
adverb
the vale

Elorus
Elōrus
noun
At its mouth

Elorus
Elōrus
noun
a river on the eastern coast of Sicily

Elorus
Elōrus
cross-reference

elotus
ēlōtus
adjective

Elpenor
Elpēnor
noun
one of the companions of Ulysses

Elpinice
Elpinīcē
noun
sister of Cimon

eluacrus
ēluācrus
adjective
for washing out or rinsing

eluceo
ēlūceō
verb
to shine out

elucesco
ēlūcescō
verb
to shine forth

elucido
ēlūcidō
verb
to light

elucifico
ēlūcificō
verb
to deprive of light

eluctabilis
ēluctābilis
adjective
from which one may extricate one's self

eluctatio
ēluctātiō
noun
a struggling

eluctor
ēluctor
verb
to struggle out

elucubro
ēlūcubrō
verb
to compose by lamplight

elucubror
elucubror
verb
to compose by lamplight

elucus
ēlūcus
noun
a drowsy or dreaming person

eludo
ēlūdō
verb
to finish play

elugeo
ēlūgeō
verb
to mourn for

elumbis
ēlumbis
adjective
hip-shot

eluminatio
ēlūminātiō
cross-reference
an enlightening

eluminatus
ēlūminātus
adjective
deprived of light

eluo
ēluō
verb
to wash out

Elusa
Elusa
noun
a city in Gallia Aquitania

Elusats
Elusāts
noun
a Gallic tribe in Aquitania

elusco
ēluscō
verb
to make one-eyed

elusus
ēlūsus
adjective

elutio
ēlūtiō
noun
a washing

elutrio
ēlūtriō
verb
to wash out

elutus
ēlūtus
adjective

elutus
ēlūtus
adjective
washed out

eluvies
ēluvies
noun
a washing away

eluvio
ēluviō
noun
a washing away

eluxurior
ēluxurior
verb
to put forth luxuriantly

Elvina
Elvīna
noun
a surname of Ceres

Elymaeus
Elymaeus
adjective
Elymaean

Elymaeus
Elymaeus
noun
the inhabitants of Elymais

Elymais
Elymāis
noun
a district of Persia

elympido
elympidō
verb
to cleanse out

Elysium
Ēlysium
noun
Elysium

Elysius
Ēlysius
adjective
Elysian

Elysius
Elysius
noun
A people of Eastern Germany

Elysius
Elysius
noun
the Elysian Fields

em
em
interjection

em
em
interjection

em
em
interjection
oho! indeed! well! well to be sure! hah! alas! alack! Ag

em
em
interjection

emaceratus
ēmacerātus
adjective
emaciated

emacesco
ēmacescō
verb
to become emaciated

emacio
ēmaciō
verb
to waste away

emacitas
emācitās
noun
a propensity to buy

emacresco
ēmacrescō
verb
to grow lean

emaculo
ēmaculō
verb
to clear from spots

emanatio
ēmānātiō
noun
an emanation

emancipatio
ēmancipātiō
noun
the releasing of a son

emancipator
ēmancipātor
noun
an emancipator

emancipo
ēmancipō
verb
to put out of the hand

emanco
ēmancō
verb
to maim

emancupatio
emancupātiō
noun
the releasing of a son

emancupo
ēmancupō
verb
to put out of the hand

emaneo
ēmaneō
verb
To stay without

emano
ēmānō
verb
to flow out

emansio
ēmansiō
noun
a remaining absent beyond one's furlough

emansor
ēmansor
noun
one who exceeds his furlough

emarcesco
ēmarcescō
verb
to wither away

emarcus
emarcus
noun
to dwindle away

emargino
ēmarginō
verb
to deprive of its edge

emasculator
ēmasculātor
noun
a pederast

emasculo
ēmasculō
verb
to castrate

Emathia
Ēmathia
noun
a district of Macedonia

Emathides
Ēmathides
noun
the daughters of the Macedonian king Pierus

Emathis
Emathis
cross-reference

Emathis
Ēmathis
noun
Emathian

Emathius
Ēmathius
adjective
Emathian

ematuresco
ēmātūrescō
verb
to grow quite ripe

ematuro
ēmātūrō
verb
to ripen completely

emax
emax
adjective
eager to buy

embaenetica
embaenetica
noun
an artificial appetite

embamma
embamma
noun
a sauce

embasicoetas
embasicoetās
noun
the name of an obscenely shaped drinking - vessel

embasis
embasis
noun
a bathing in any thing

embates
embatēs
noun
a model

emblema
emblēma
noun
inlaid work

embola
embola
noun
a putting on board

emboliaria
emboliāria
noun
an actress who performed in the interludes

embolimaeus
embolimaeus
adjective
inserted

embolimus
embolimus
cross-reference

emboline
embolīnē
noun
a plant

embolismus
embolismus
noun
the interposition

embolismus
embolismus
adjective
intercalary

embolium
embolium
noun
something thrown in

embolum
embolum
noun
the beak of a ship

embolus
embolus
noun
the piston of a pump

embrocha
embrocha
noun
a wet poultice

emeditatus
ēmeditātus
adjective
studied out

emedullatus
ēmedullātus
adjective
deprived of the marrow

emendabilis
ēmendābilis
adjective
that may be amended

emendate
ēmendātē
adverb
faultlessly

emendate
ēmendātē
adverb
faultlessly

emendatio
ēmendātiō
noun
a correction

emendator
ēmendātor
noun
a corrector

emendatorius
ēmendātōrius
adjective
corrective

emendatrix
ēmendātrix
noun
she who corrects or amends

emendatus
ēmendātus
adjective

emendatus
ēmendātus
adjective
faultless

emendico
ēmendīcō
verb
to obtain by begging

emendo
ēmendō
verb
to free from faults

emensio
ēmensiō
noun
the completion of a course

emensus
ēmensus
adjective
To impart

emensus
ēmensus
adjective

ementior
ēmentior
verb
to put forth or utter falsely

ementitus
ēmentītus
adjective
forged

emeo
ēmeō
verb
to pass through

emercor
ēmercor
verb

emercorr
emercor
cross-reference
to buy up

emere
emere
cross-reference

emereor
ēmereor
verb
To obtain by service

emereorr
ēmereor
verb
To obtain by service

emergo
ēmergō
verb
to bring forth

Emerita
Ēmerita
noun
a city of Lusitania

Emeritanus
Ēmeritānus
adjective
of Emerita

Emeritensis
Ēmeritensis
adjective
of Emerita

Emeritensis
Emeritensis
noun
the inhabitants of Emerita

emeritus
ēmeritus
adjective

emeritus
ēmeritus
noun
a soldier who has served out his time

emersus
ēmersus
noun
a coming out

emetica
emetica
noun
an incitement to vomit

emeticus
ēmeticus
adjective
emetic

emetior
ēmētior
verb
to measure out

emeto
ēmetō
verb
to mow away

emicatim
ēmicātim
adverb
springing forth

emicatio
ēmicātiō
noun
a springing forth

emico
ēmicō
verb
to spring out

emigratio
ēmigrātiō
noun
a removal from a place

emigratio
ēmīgrātiō
noun
a removal from a place

emigro
ēmīgrō
verb
to remove

emigro
ēmigrō
verb
to remove

emina
ēmīna
noun
a measure

eminatio
eminatiō
cross-reference

eminens
ēminens
noun
Admirable passages

eminens
ēminens
adjective

eminens
ēminens
noun
distinguished men

eminens
ēminens
adjective
standing out

eminenter
ēminenter
adverb
highly

eminenter
ēminenter
adverb
highly

eminentia
ēminentia
noun
a standing out

emineo
ēmineō
verb
to stand out

eminiscor
ēminiscor
verb
to devise

eminor
eminor
verb

eminulus
ēminulus
adjective
projecting a little

eminus
ēminus
adverb
aloof

emiror
ēmīror
verb
to wonder greatly at

emisceo
ēmisceō
verb
to mingle by pouring out

emissarium
ēmissārium
noun
an outlet

emissarius
ēmissārius
noun
An emissary

emissicius
ēmissīcius
adjective
sent out

emissiciutius
ēmissīciutius
adjective
sent out

emissio
ēmissiō
noun
a sending out

emissor
ēmissor
noun
he who sends out

emissus
ēmissus
noun
a sending forth

emitesco
ēmītescō
verb
to become mild or mellow

emitto
ēmittō
verb
to send out

emmanes
emmanes
noun
the plant

emmoton
emmoton
noun
a salve spread on lint

emo
emō
verb
to buy

emoderor
ēmoderor
verb
to moderate

emodulor
ēmodulor
verb
to sing

emolimentum
ēmolimentum
noun
effort

emolimentum
ēmolimentum
noun

emolior
ēmōlior
verb
to move out

emollio
ēmolliō
verb
to make soft

emolo
ēmolō
verb
to grind up

emolumenticius
ēmolumenticius
adjective
relating to gain

emolumentum
ēmolumentum
noun
effort

emoneo
ēmoneō
verb
to admonish

emorior
ēmorior
verb
to die off

emortualis
ēmortuālis
adjective
of or belonging to death

emortuus
ēmortuus
adjective
dead

emotus
ēmōtus
adjective

emoveo
ēmoveō
verb
to move out

Empanda
Empanda
cross-reference

Empedocles
Empedocles
noun
a famous natural philosopher of Agrigentum

Empedocleum
Empedoclēum
noun
Empedoclean doctrines

Empedocleus
Empedoclēus
adjective
Empedoclean

empetros
empetros
noun
a plant called in pure Lat

emphanisticum
emphanisticum
noun
a duty paid by a priest for the ordination

emphasis
emphasis
noun
emphasis

emphragma
emphragma
noun
a stoppage

emphyteusis
emphyteusis
noun
a permanent tenure of land upon condition of cultivating it properly

emphyteuta
emphyteuta
noun
the lessee in the tenure of emphyteusis

emphyteuticarius
emphyteuticārius
noun
the lessee in the tenure of emphyteusis

emphyteuticus
emphyteuticus
adjective
of or pertaining to emphyteusis

empirica
empīrica
noun
empiricism

empirice
empīricē
noun
empiricism

empiricum
empīricum
noun
their writings

empiricus
empīricus
noun
an empiric

emplastra
emplastra
noun
a plaster

emplastratio
emplastrātiō
noun
the insertion of a small piece of the bark in inoculating a tree

emplastro
emplastrō
verb
to inoculate by inserting a bit of the bark with the eye

emplastrum
emplastrum
noun
a plaster

emplecton
emplecton
noun
rubble-work

emponema
emponēma
noun
the value added to land by culture

emporeticus
emporēticus
adjective
of or pertaining to trade

Emporia
Emporia
noun
a city of

Emporitani
Emporitānī
adverb
Its inhabitants

Emporium
Emporium
noun
a district on the shore of the Lesser Syrtis

emporium
emporium
noun
a place of trade

emporus
emporus
noun
a trader

emprosthotonia
emprosthotonia
noun
a disease in which the limbs are drawn forward and stiffen

emprosthotonicus
emprosthotonicus
adjective
suffering from this disease

emprosthotonos
emprosthotonos
adjective
suffering from this disease

empticius
emptīcius
adjective
bought

emptio
emptiō
noun
a buying

emptito
emptitō
verb
to be in the habit of purchasing

emptius
emptius
adjective
bought

emptivom militem
emptivom militem
cross-reference

emptor
emptor
noun
a buyer

emptrix
emptrix
noun
she who buys

emptum
emptum
noun
the purchase

empturiens
empturiens
adjective
desiring to buy

emptus
emptus
adjective

empyicus
empȳicus
noun
suffering from abscesses or expectoration of blood

Empylus
Empylus
noun
a rhetorician of Rhodes

empyreus
empyreus
adjective
fiery

empyrius
empyrius
adjective
fiery

emticius
emtīcius
adjective
bought

emtio
emtiō
noun
a buying

emtito
emtitō
verb
to be in the habit of purchasing

emtor
emtor
noun
a buyer

emtrix
emtrix
noun
she who buys

emturiens
emturiens
adjective
desiring to buy

emtus
emtus
adjective

emugio
ēmūgiō
verb
to bellow out

emulgeo
ēmulgeō
verb
to milk out

emulsus
ēmulsus
adjective

emunctio
ēmunctiō
noun
a wiping or blowing of the nose

emunctorium
ēmunctōrium
noun
a pair of snuffers

emunctus
ēmunctus
adjective

emundatio
ēmundātiō
noun
a cleansing

emundo
ēmundō
verb
to clean out

emungo
ēmungō
verb
to wipe or blow the nose

emunio
ēmūniō
verb
to fortify

emusco
ēmuscō
verb
to clear from moss

emussitata
emussitata
cross-reference

emutatio
ēmūtātiō
noun
a change

emuto
ēmūtō
verb
to change

emys
emys
noun
a kind of freshwater tortoise

en
ēn
interjection
lo! behold! see! see there!

enallage
enallagē
noun
a change of words

enargia
enargīa
noun
a vivid description

enaris
ēnāris
adjective
without a nose

enarrabilis
ēnarrābilis
adjective
that may be related

enarrate
ēnarrātē
adverb

enarratio
ēnarrātiō
noun
a detailed exposition

enarratius
ēnarrātius
cross-reference
adv. comp

enarrativus
ēnarrātīvus
adjective
pertaining to a detailed exposition

enarrator
ēnarrātor
noun
an explainer

enarro
ēnarrō
verb
to explain in detail

enascor
ēnascor
verb
to issue forth

enater
ēnatēr
noun
the husband of a deceased man's sister

enato
ēnatō
verb
to swim out or away

enatus
ēnātus
adjective

enavatae
ēnāvātaē
adverb

enavigo
ēnāvigō
verb
to sail out

encaenio
encaeniō
verb
to consecrate

encaenium
encaenium
noun
a consecration or dedication festival

encanthis
encanthis
noun
a swelling of the eyelid

encardia
encardia
noun
an unknown precious stone

encarpum
encarpum
noun
festoons of fruit

encathisma
encathisma
noun
a sitting bath

encaustica
encaustica
noun
encaustic painting

encausticus
encausticus
adjective
encaustic

encaustum
encaustum
noun
the purple-red ink of the later Roman emperors

encaustus
encaustus
adjective
burned in

encautarium
encautārium
noun
the public archives

encautum
encautum
noun
the purple-red ink of the later Roman emperors

encautus
encautus
adjective
burned in

Enceladus
Enceladus
noun
one of the giants upon whom Jupiter hurled Aetna

Enchelea
Enchelea
noun
a people of Illyria

Enchelia
Enchelia
noun
a people of Illyria

enchiridion
enchīridion
noun
a manual

enchorius
enchōrius
adjective
of the country

enchrysa
enchrȳsa
noun
another name of the plant

enchytus
enchytus
noun
a kind of pastry

enclima
enclima
noun
the inclination of the equator to the horizon

encliticus
encliticus
adjective

encolpia
encolpia
noun
winds that arise in a bay

encomboma
encombōma
noun
a white garment worn by girls

encomiographus
encōmiographus
noun
the composer of a eulogy

encomium
encōmium
noun
praise

encomma
encomma
noun
the standard height

encomma
encomma
noun

Encratita
Encratīta
noun
a sect of Gnostics

Encrinomenos
Encrīnomenos
noun
a statue by Alcamenes

encyclios
encȳclios
adjective
of or belonging to a circle

encymos
encȳmos
adjective
juicy

encytus
encytus
noun
a kind of pastry

endo
endō
preposition
praep

endo
endo
preposition
within

endromidatus
endromidātus
adjective
wearing an

endromis
endromis
noun
a coarse woollen cloak in which the heated athletae wrapped themselves after their exercises

Endymion
Endymiōn
noun
a beautiful youth of Mount Latmos

Endymioneus
Endymiōnēus
adjective
of Endymion

enecatrix
ēnecātrix
noun
a murderess

eneco
ēnecō
verb
to kill off

enectus
ēnectus
adjective

enema
enema
noun
a clyster

energema
energēma
noun
effect

energia
energīa
noun
energy

energumenos
energūmenos
noun
possessed of the devil

enervatio
ēnervātiō
noun
a state of weakness

enervatus
ēnervātus
adjective
unnerved

enervis
ēnervis
adjective
nerveless

enerviter
enerviter
adverb
weakly

enervo
ēnervō
verb
to take out the nerves or sinews

enervus
ēnervus
adjective
enervated

engibate
engībate
noun
a glass manikin made to move up and down in a vessel of water

Engonasi
Engonasī
adverb
the Kneeler

Engonasin
Engonasin
adverb
the Kneeler

engonasis
engonasis
cross-reference

engonaton
engonaton
noun
a sort of sun-dial

Enguinus
Enguīnus
adjective
of Enguion

Enguinus
Enguīnus
adjective
of Enguion

Enguion
Enguion
noun
a city

Engyon
Engyon
noun
a city

enhaemon
enhaemon
noun
a styptic medicine

enharmonicus
enharmonicus
cross-reference

enharmonius
enharmonius
cross-reference

enhydris
enhydris
noun
a water-snake

enhydris
enhȳdris
noun
a water-snake

enhydros
enhydros
noun
an unknown gem

enhydros
enhȳdros
noun
an unknown gem

enico
ēnicō
verb

enico
ēnicō
verb
to kill off

enim
enim
conjunction
truly

enimvero
enimvērō
adverb
yes indeed

Enipeus
Enīpeus
noun
A river in Thessaly that flows into the Pene_us

Enispe
Enispē
noun
a city of Arcadia

enisus
ēnīsus
adjective

enisus
ēnīsus
adjective

eniteo
ēniteō
verb
to shine forth

enitesco
ēnitescō
verb
to shine forth

enitor
ēnītor
verb
To force or work one's way out

enixe
ēnixē
adverb
strenuously

enixim
ēnixim
adjective

enixus
ēnixus
adjective

enixus
ēnixus
noun
a bringing forth

enixus
ēnixus
adjective

enllipsis
enllipsis
noun
an ellipsis

Enna
Enna
noun
a city of great antiquity in the centre of Sicily

Enna
Enna
cross-reference

Ennaeteris
Ennaetēris
noun
a period of nine years

Ennaeus
Ennaeus
cross-reference

ennam
ennam
cross-reference

Enneacrunos
Enneacrūnos
cross-reference

enneadecaeteris
enneadecaetēris
noun
the space of nineteen years

enneadicus
enneadicus
adjective
of the number nine

enneaphthongos
enneaphthongos
adjective
nine-toned

enneaphyllon
enneaphyllon
noun
a caustic plant with nine leaves

enneas
enneas
noun
the number nine

Ennensis
Ennensis
cross-reference

Ennianista
Enniānista
noun
an imitator of Ennius

Ennianus
Enniānus
adjective
Ennian

Ennius
Ennius
noun
the most celebrated Roman poet of the ante-class. period

Ennnaeus
Ennnaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Henna

Ennnensis
Ennnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Henna

Ennnensis
Ennnensis
noun
the inhabitants of Henna

ennoea
ennoea
noun
an idea

ennoematicus
ennoēmaticus
adjective
intellectual

Ennosigaeus
Ennosigaeus
noun
the earth-shaker

eno
ēnō
verb
to swim out

Enoch
Ēnōch
noun
a Hebrew patriarch

enodabilis
ēnōdābilis
adjective
explicable

enodate
ēnōdātē
adverb
clearly

enodatio
ēnōdātiō
noun
a denouement

enodator
ēnōdātor
noun
an explainer

enodis
ēnōdis
adjective
free from knots

enodo
ēnōdō
verb
to free from knots

enorchis
enorchis
noun
an unknown precious stone

enormis
ēnormis
adjective
out of rule

enormitas
ēnormitās
noun
Irregularity

enormiter
ēnormiter
adverb
irregularly

enotesco
ēnotescō
verb
to become known abroad

enoto
ēnotō
verb
to mark out

enrythmos
enrythmos
adjective
rhythmical

ens
ens
adjective
a thing

ensicula
ensicula
noun
a little sword

ensiculus
ensiculus
noun
a little sword

ensifer
ensifer
adjective
sword-bearing

ensiger
ensiger
adjective
sword-bearing

ensipotens
ensipotens
adjective
mighty in using the sword

ensis
ensis
noun
a sword

entaticus
entaticus
adjective
stretching

entaticus
entaticus
noun
a plant

entelechia
entelechīa
noun
actuality

Entella
Entella
noun
a city

Entellinus
Entellīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Entella

Entellus
Entellus
noun
a Sicilian hero

enterocele
enterocēlē
noun
a rupture

enterocelicus
enterocēlicus
noun
one suffering from hernia

entheatus
entheātus
adjective
divinely inspired

entheca
enthēca
noun
A store

entheus
entheus
adjective
divinely inspired

enthusiasta
enthūsiasta
noun
a sect of heretics

enthymema
enthȳmēma
noun
A reflection

enthymesis
enthȳmēsis
noun
animation

enubilo
ēnūbilō
verb
to free from clouds

enubo
ēnūbō
verb
To marry out of one's rank

enubro
enubrō
cross-reference

enucleate
ēnūcleātē
adverb
plainly

enucleatum
ēnūcleātum
noun
the essence

enucleatus
ēnūcleātus
adjective
Clear

enucleatus
ēnūcleātus
adjective

enucleo
ēnūcleō
verb
to take out the kernels

enudatio
ēnūdātiō
noun
a laying bare

enudo
ēnūdō
verb
to lay bare

enumeratio
ēnumerātiō
noun
a counting up

enumero
ēnumerō
verb
to reckon up

enunciatiatio
enunciatiātiō
noun
a declaration

enunciatiativus
enunciatiātīvus
adjective
declarative

enunciatiatrix
enunciatiātrix
noun
she who enounces or declares

enunciatiatum
enunciatiātum
noun
a proposition

enunciatio
ēnunciātiō
cross-reference

enunciativus
enunciativus
cross-reference

enuncio
enunciō
verb
to say out

enundino
ēnundinō
verb
to buy

enuntiatio
ēnuntiātiō
noun
a declaration

enuntiativus
ēnuntiātīvus
adjective
declarative

enuntiator
ēnuntiātor
noun
a revealer

enuntiatrix
ēnuntiātrix
noun
she who enounces or declares

enuntiatum
ēnuntiātum
noun
a proposition

enuntiatum
ēnuntiātum
noun
a proposition

enuntio
ēnuntiō
verb
to say out

enuptio
ēnuptiō
noun
a marrying out of one family into another

enutrio
ēnūtriō
verb
to bring up

enutritio
ēnūtrītiō
noun
nourishment

Enyo
Enȳō
noun
the goddess of war

eo
adverb
there

eo
verb
to go

eoad
eōad
adverb
until

eodem
eōdem
adverb
in the same place

eon
eon
noun
an unknown tree

eopse
eōpsē
adverb

Eos
Ēōs
noun
the dawn

Eous
Eōus
adjective
Belonging to the morning

Eous
Eōus
noun
the morning-star

Eous
Ēōus
noun
the morning-star

Eous
Ēōus
adjective
Belonging to the morning

epacta
epacta
noun
intercalary days

epagoge
epagōgē
noun
induction

epalimma
epalimma
cross-reference

Epaminondas
Epamīnōndās
noun
the famous general of the Thebans

epanadiplosis
epanadiplōsis
noun
a repetition of the same word

epanaphora
epanaphora
noun
a repetition of the same word at the beginning of several successive clauses

epanodus
epanodus
noun
a return to the same word

epanorthosis
epanorthōsis
noun
a correction of one's self in speaking

epaphaeresis
epaphaeresis
noun
a repeated removal

Epaphroditianus
Epaphrodītiānus
adjective
of Epaphroditus

Epaphroditus
Epaphrodītus
noun
a freedman of the Emperor Nero

Epaphus
Epaphus
noun
the son of Jupiter Ammon and Io

epar
ēpar
cross-reference

epar
ēpar
noun
the liver

epastus
ēpastus
adjective
eaten up

ependytes
ependytēs
noun
an outer garment

epenthesis
epenthesis
noun
the insertion of a letter

Epeus
Epēus
noun
son of Panopeus

ephalmator
ephalmātor
noun
a tumbler

ephebeium
ephēbēīum
noun
a hall set apart for the youth in the palaestra

ephebeum
ephēbēum
noun
a hall set apart for the youth in the palaestra

ephebia
ephēbīa
noun
Puberty

ephebia
ephēbia
noun
Puberty

ephebicus
ephēbicus
adjective
of or belonging to a youth

ephebitus
ephēbītus
noun
one who has reached the age of adolescence

ephebus
ephēbus
noun
a male Greek youth

ephedra
ephedra
noun
the plant horse-tail

ephedros
ephedros
cross-reference

ephelis
ephēlis
noun
freckles

ephemeris
ephēmeris
noun
a day-book

ephemeron
ephēmeron
noun
an unknown plant

Ephesius
Ephesius
adjective

Ephesius
Ephesius
adjective
Ephesian

Ephesius
Ephesius
noun
the Ephesians

Ephesus
Ephesus
noun
an old and celebrated commercial city of Ionia

ephi
ephī
noun
a Hebrew measure

Ephialtes
Ephiāltēs
noun
The son of Aloeus and brother of Otus

ephippiatus
ephippiātus
adjective
furnished with an

ephippium
ephippium
noun
a horse-cloth

ephod
ephod
noun
part of the clothing of the Hebrew priest

ephorus
ephorus
noun
a member of a well-known body of Spartan magistrates

Ephorus
Ephorus
noun
a celebrated Greek historian of Cumae

Ephyra
Ephyra
noun
another name for Corinth

Ephyraeus
Ephyraeus
adjective
Ephyrean

Ephyre
Ephyrē
noun
another name for Corinth

Ephyreiades
Ephyrēiadēs
adjective
Ephyrean

Ephyreias
Ephyrēias
noun
Ephyrean

Ephyreius
Ephyrēius
adjective
Ephyrean

Ephyreus
Ephyrēus
adjective
Ephyrean

epibata
epibata
noun
A rider of a camel

epibole
epibolē
noun
an addition

epicactis
epicactis
cross-reference

epicaenus
epicaenus
adjective
of both genders

epicedion
epicēdīon
noun
a funeral song

epicedium
epicēdīum
noun
a funeral song

epicertomesis
epicertomēsis
noun
a sneer

Epicharmium
Epicharmīum
cross-reference
The name of a poem by Ennius

Epicharmus
Epicharmus
noun
A famous Pythagorean philosopher and comic poet of Cos

epichirema
epichīrēma
noun
a kind of argument or syllogism

epichysis
epichysis
noun
a vessel for pouring out

epicitharisma
epicitharisma
noun
the music after the play

Epiclerus
Epiclērus
noun
An Only Daughter and Heiress

epiclinta
epiclinta
noun
earthquakes that move with a horizontal motion

epicopus
epicōpus
adjective
furnished with oars

Epicrates
Epīcratēs
noun
The victorious

epicrocum
epicrocum
noun
a fine

epicrocum
epīcrocum
noun
a fine

Epictetus
Epictētus
noun
a famous Stoic philosopher of Hierapolis in Phrygia

Epicureus
Epicūrēus
noun
the adherents of the Epicurean philosophy

Epicureus
Epicūrēus
adjective
of Epicurus

Epicurus
Epicūrus
noun
the famous Greek philosopher of Gargettus

epicus
epicus
adjective
epic

Epicus
Epicus
noun
the epic poets

epicyclus
epicȳclus
noun
a small circle having its centre on the circumference of a greater circle

epicyclus
epicyclus
noun
a small circle having its centre on the circumference of a greater circle

Epidamniensis
Epidamniensis
adjective

Epidamnius
Epidamnius
adjective
Epidamnian

Epidamnos
Epidamnos
noun
an older name of Dyrrachium

Epidamnus
Epidamnus
noun
an older name of Dyrrachium

Epidaphna
Epidaphna
noun
another name for Antioch on the Orontes

Epidaphnes
Epidaphnēs
noun
another name for Antioch on the Orontes

Epidaureus
Epidaurēus
adjective

Epidauricus
Epidauricus
adjective

Epidaurius
Epidaurius
adjective
of Epidaurus

Epidaurius
Epidaurius
noun
the inhabitants of Epidaurus

Epidaurum
Epidaurum
noun
a colonial city of Dalmatia

Epidaurus
Epidaurus
noun
A city in Argolis

Epidaurus Limera
Epidaurus Limēra
expression
a fortified sea-port on the eastern coast of Laconia

epidemeticum
epidēmēticum
noun
a payment in commutation for the liability to the quartering of troops

epidemus
epidēmus
adjective
epidemic

epidermis
epidermis
noun
the surface-skin

Epidicazomene
Epidicazomenē
noun
the title of a Greek comedy of Apollodorus

Epidicazomenos
Epidicāzomenos
noun
the title of a Greek comedy of Apollodorus

epidicticalis
epidīcticālis
adjective
pertaining to a norm

epidicticus
epidīcticus
adjective
for display

Epidicus
Epidicus
noun
the name of a comedy of Plautus

epidipnis
epidīpnis
noun
a dessert

Epidius
Epidius
noun
A Roman rhetorician

epidixis
epidixis
noun
a tribune of the people in the time of Caesar

epidromus
epidromus
noun
A cord running up and down for opening and closing a net

epidromus
epīdromus
noun
A cord running up and down for opening and closing a net

Epigenes
Epigenēs
noun
a Greek author

Epignomus
Epignōmus
noun
the name of a character in

Epigonus
Epigonus
noun
the After-born

epigramma
epigramma
noun
An inscription

epigrammatarius
epigrammatārius
noun
an epigrammatist

epigrammaticus
epigrammaticus
adjective
epigrammatic

epigrammation
epigrammation
noun
a short epigram

epigrammatista
epigrammatista
noun
an epigrammatist

epigrus
epigrus
noun
wooden pins

epigrus
epīgrus
noun
wooden pins

epilepsia
epilēpsia
noun
the falling sickness

epilepticus
epilēpticus
noun
epileptic

epileus
epilēus
noun
a sort of hawk

epilimma
epilimma
cross-reference

epilogus
epilogus
noun
a winding up

epimedion
epimēdion
noun
An unknown plant

epimelas
epimelās
adjective
a gem superficially black

Epimenides
Epimenidēs
noun
a famous Greek poet and prophet of Crete

epimenium
epimēnium
noun
provisions for a month

epimerismos
epimerismos
noun
the summing up of the heads of an argument

Epimetheus
Epimētheus
noun
a son of Iapetus and Clymene

Epimethis
Epimēthis
noun
his daughter Pyrrha

epimetrum
epimētrum
noun
what is given over the measure

epimetrum
epimetrum
noun
what is given over the measure

epinicium
epinīcium
noun
a song of victory

epinyctis
epinyctis
noun
Night-blains

epionicus
epiōnicus
cross-reference

epipactis
epipactis
noun
an herb

epipedos
epipedos
adjective
plain

epipetron
epipetron
noun
a plant that grows on rocks

Epiphanes
Epiphanes
noun
the son of Antiochus

Epiphania
Epiphania
noun
a city of Cilicia

Epiphaniea
Epiphaniēa
noun
a city of Cilicia

Epiphanium
Epiphanium
noun
the festival of the Epiphany

epiphonema
epiphōnēma
noun
an exclamation

epiphora
epiphora
noun
An afflux

epiplexis
epīplexis
noun
a reproof

epiplexis
epiplexis
noun
a reproof

epiploce
epīplocē
noun
a connection

epiploce
epiplocē
noun
a connection

epiredium
epirēdium
noun
a thong by which a horse was attached to a cart

Epirensis
Ēpīrensis
adjective
of Epirus

Epirensis
Ēpīrensis
adjective

Epiros
Ēpīros
noun
the province of Epirus

Epirotes
Ēpīrōtēs
noun
an inhabitant of Epirus

Epiroticus
Ēpīrōticus
adjective
of or from Epirus

Epirus
Ēpīrus
noun
the province of Epirus

episcenium
episcēnium
noun
the story over the stage

episcenos
episcēnos
noun
the story over the stage

episcopalis
epīscopālis
adjective
episcopal

episcopaliter
epīscopāliter
adverb
episcopally

episcopatus
epīscopātus
noun
the office and dignity of a bishop

episcopus
epīscopus
noun
an overseer

episcynium
episcynium
noun
the eyebrows

epistalma
epistalma
noun
a commission of the emperor

epistates
epistatēs
noun
an overseer

epistola
epīstola
noun

epistola
epistola
noun
a written communication

epistolaris
epistolāris
adjective
of or belonging to a letter

epistolicus
epīstolicus
adjective
pertaining to or consisting of letters

epistolium
epīstolium
noun
a short letter

epistomion
epistomion
noun
a bung

epistomium
epistomium
cross-reference

epistrategia
epistratēgīa
noun
the office of the second in command

epistrategus
epistratēgus
noun
the second in command

epistrophe
epistrophē
noun
a returning

epistula
epistula
noun
a written communication

epistularis
epistulāris
adjective
of or belonging to a letter

epistularis
epistulāris
noun
a messenger

epistularius
epīstularius
noun
state secretaries

epistularius
epistulārius
adjective
of or belonging to a letter

epistulars
epistulārs
noun
state secretaries

epistylium
epistȳlium
noun
the cross-beam that rests on the columns

episynaloephe
episynaloephē
noun
a coalescing of two syllables into one

epitaphista
epitaphista
noun
a composer of funeral orations

epitaphium
epitaphium
noun
a funeral oration

epitaphius
epitaphius
noun
a funeral oration

epithalamium
epithalamium
noun
a nuptial song

epitheca
epithēca
noun
an addition

epithema
epithema
noun
a poultice or lotion

epithematium
epithematium
noun
a small epithem

epitherapeusis
epitherapeusis
noun

epitheton
epitheton
noun
an epithet

epithymon
epithymon
noun
the flower of thyme

epitimesis
epitīmēsis
noun
a reproof

epitogium
epitogium
noun
a garment drawn over the toga

epitoma
epitoma
noun
an abridgment

epitome
epitomē
noun
an abridgment

epitomo
epitomō
verb
to abridge

epitonium
epitonium
noun
a bung

epitoxis
epitoxis
noun
the notch in a catapult

Epitrapezios
Epitrapēzios
noun
at table

Epitrepontis
Epitrepontis
noun
title of a play of Menander

epitritos
epitritos
adjective
containing four thirds

epitritos
epītritos
adjective
containing four thirds

epitrochasmos
epītrochasmos
noun
a hurried accumulation of several points

epitrochasmos
epitrochasmos
noun
a hurried accumulation of several points

epitrope
epītropē
noun
a surrendering

epitrope
epitropē
noun
a surrendering

epitropos
epitropos
noun
a factor

epitropos
epītropos
noun
a factor

epitropus
epitropus
noun
a factor

epitropus
epītropus
noun
a factor

epityrum
epitȳrum
noun
a dish made of preserved olives

epiurus
epiūrus
noun
a wooden pin

Epius
Epīus
noun
son of Panopeus

epizeuxis
epīzeuxis
noun
an energetic repetition of a word

epizygis
epīzygis
noun
a pin at the hole of the balista

epodis
epodis
noun
a kind of sea-fish

epodos
epōdos
noun
a form of lyric metre invented by Archilochus

epogdoos
epogdoos
adjective
containing a whole and an eighth

epogdoous
epogdoous
adjective
containing a whole and an eighth

epolonus
epolonus
cross-reference

epomphalion
epomphalion
noun
a plaster for the uterus

Epona
Epona
noun
the protecting goddess of horses

epops
epops
noun
the hoopoe

epopta
epopta
noun
beholders

Eporedia
Eporedia
noun
a Roman colony in Gallia Cisalpina

eporedias
eporedias
cross-reference

Eporedorix
Eporedorix
noun
A noble Aeduan

epos
epos
noun
a heroic poem

epoto
ēpōtō
verb
to drink out

epotus
ēpōtus
adjective

epula
epula
noun

epula
epula
noun
sumptuous food or dishes

epularis
epulāris
adjective
of or belonging to a banquet

epulatio
epulātiō
noun
feasting

epulator
epulātor
noun
a feaster

epulatorium
epulātōrium
noun
a feast

epulor
epulor
verb
to hold an entertainment

epulo
epulō
noun
a guest at a feast or banquet

Epulo
Epulō
noun
a proper name

epulum
epulum
noun
sumptuous food or dishes

Epytides
Ēpytidēs
noun
son of Epytus

Epytus
Ēpytus
noun
a distinguished Trojan

equa
equa
noun
a mare

equaria
equāria
noun
a stud of horses

equarius
equārius
adjective
of or belonging to horses

equarius
equārius
noun
a stableboy

eques
eques
noun
a horseman

equeste
equeste
noun

equester
equester
adjective
belonging to a horseman

equestre
equestre
noun

equidem
equidem
adverb
verily

equiferus
equiferus
noun
a wild horse

equile
equīle
noun
a stable for horses

equimentum
equīmentum
noun
a fee for covering

equimulga
equimulga
noun
a mare-milker

equinus
equīnus
adjective
of or belonging to horses

equio
equiō
verb
to be in heat

equirine
equirīnē
adverb

equirium
equīrium
noun
the annual horse-races

equisaetis
equisaetis
noun
the

equisaetum
equisaetum
noun
the

equiseta
equisēta
noun

equiso
equīsō
noun
a groom

equitabilis
equitābilis
adjective
that may be ridden over

equitatio
equitātiō
noun
a riding

equitatus
equitātus
noun
a being in heat

equitatus
equitātus
noun
a riding

equitiarius
equitiārius
noun
the inspector of a stud

equitium
equitium
noun
a stud of horses

equito
equitō
verb
to ride

equula
equula
noun
A little mare

equuleus
equuleus
noun
a young horse

equulus
equulus
noun
a small young horse

equus
equus
noun
a horse

Equus tuticus
Equus tūticus
noun
a town in Samnium

Er
Er
noun
a Pamphylian

er
ēr
noun
a hedgehog

era
era
noun
the mistress of a house

eradicatio
ērādīcātiō
noun
a rooting out

eradicitus
ērādīcitus
adverb
from the very roots

eradicitus
ērādīcitus
adverb

eradico
ērādīcō
verb
to pluck up by the roots

erado
ērādō
verb
to scratch out

Erana
Erana
noun
a town in Cilicia

eranthemis
ēranthemis
noun
another name for the plant

eranus
eranus
noun
a fund contributed for mutual protection against want

Erasinus
Erasīnus
noun
a river of Argolis

Erasinus
Erasīnus
noun
a favorite boy

Erasistratus
Erasistratus
noun
a famous physician of Alexandria in the time of Ptolemy Lagus

erastes
erastēs
noun
a lover

erasus
ērāsus
adjective

Eratine
Eratīnē
noun
a nymph

Erato
Eratō
noun
The muse of lyric and amorous poetry

Eratosthenes
Eratosthenēs
noun
a celebrated geographer

ercisco
erciscō
cross-reference

ercisco
erciscō
verb
to proceed to the division of an inheritance

erctum
erctum
cross-reference

erctum
erctum
noun
an inheritance

Erebeus
Erebēus
adjective
of or belonging to the Lower World

Erebus
Erebus
noun
The god of darkness

Erechtheus
Erechtheus
noun
a fabled king of Athens

Erechtheus
Erechthēus
adjective
Erechthean

Erechthis
Erechthis
noun
a daughter of Erechtheus

erecte
ērectē
adverb
boldly

erecte
ērectē
adverb
boldly

Erecthida
Erecthīda
noun
the Athenians

erectio
ērectiō
noun
a setting up

erectus
ērectus
adjective
set up

erectus
ērectus
adjective

Erembi
Erembi
noun
the Troglodytes in Africa

eremigo
ērēmigō
verb
to row or sail through or over

eremita
erēmīta
noun
an eremite

eremitis
erēmītis
noun
adj. f

eremodicium
erēmodicium
noun
a default of appearance before a court at the appointed time

eremus
erēmus
noun
a wilderness

eremus
erēmus
adjective
waste

eremus
eremus
adjective
waste

erepo
ērēpō
verb
to creep out

erepticius
ēreptīcius
adjective
that is taken away from one for punishment

ereptio
ēreptiō
noun
a forcible taking away

ereptius
ēreptius
adjective
that is taken away from one for punishment

ereptor
ēreptor
noun
a robber

ereptus
ēreptus
adjective

eres
ēres
cross-reference

eres
ēres
noun
an heir

Eretinus
Ērētīnus
adjective
of Eretum

Eretria
Eretria
noun
The principal city on the island of Euboea

Eretria
Eretria
noun

Eretriacus
Eretriacus
noun
philosophers of the school of Menedemus

Eretrici
Eretricī
noun
A city of Thessaly

Eretricus
Eretricus
noun
A city of Thessaly

Eretriensis
Eretriensis
noun
the inhabitants of Eretria

Eretriensis
Eretriensis
noun

Eretrius
Eretrius
adjective
Eretrian

Eretum
Ērētum
noun
an ancient city of the Sabines

erga
ergā
preposition
praep

ergasterium
ergastērium
noun
a workshop

ergasticus
ergasticus
adjective
to be done

ergastularis
ergastulāris
adjective

ergastularius
ergastularius
noun
overseers of a penitentiary

ergastularius
ergastulārius
adjective
of or belonging to a workhouse or house of correction

ergastulum
ergastulum
noun
the inmates of a workhouse

ergastulum
ergastulum
noun
a workhouse

ergastulus
ergastulus
cross-reference
a foreman in a workhouse

ergata
ergata
noun
a sort of capstan or windlass

Ergetinus
Ergētīnus
noun
its inhabitants

Ergetum
Ergētum
noun
a city of Sicily

ergo
ergō
adverb
proceeding from or out of

ergolabus
ergolabus
noun
a contractor

ericaeus
erīcaeus
adjective
of the heath-flower

erice
erīcē
noun
heath

Erichtho
Erichthō
noun
a Thessalian witch consulted by Pompey

Erichthonius
Erichthonius
noun
A son of Vulcan

Erichthonius
Erichthonius
adjective

Erichthonius
Erichthonius
adjective
Trojan

Ericinium
Ericinium
noun
a city of Thessaly

ericinus
ēricīnus
adjective
of the hedgehog

ericius
ēricius
noun
a hedgehog

Eridanus
Ēridanus
noun
The mythical and poetical name of the river Po

erifuga
erifuga
noun
a runaway

erigeron
ērigeron
noun
the plant groundsel

erigo
ērigō
verb
to raise or set up

Erigone
Ērigonē
noun
The daughter of Icarius

Erigoneius
Ērigonēius
adjective

Erigonus
Erigōnus
noun
a river of Macedonia

erilis
erīlis
adjective
of the master or mistress of a family

erilis
erilis
adjective
of the master or mistress of a family

Erillius
Ērillius
noun
the disciples of Erillus

Erillus
Ērillus
noun
a Stoic philosopher of Carthage

erinaceus
ērināceus
noun
a hedgehog

Erindes
Erindēs
noun
a river between Media and Hyrcanea

erineos
erīneos
noun
a plant

Erinna
Ērinna
noun
a famous Lesbian poetess

Erinnys
Erīnnys
noun
one of the Furies

Erinys
Erīnys
noun
one of the Furies

eriophoros
eriophoros
noun
a kind of bulbous plant

erioxylon
erioxylon
noun
cotton

eriphia
eriphīa
noun
a plant

Eriphyla
Eriphȳla
noun
daughter of Talaus

Eriphylaeus
Eriphȳlaeus
adjective
of Eriphyla

Eriphyle
Eriphȳlē
noun
daughter of Talaus

eripio
ēripiō
verb
to snatch

eris
ēris
noun
a hedgehog

Eris
Eris
noun
the goddess of strife

Erisichthon
Erisichthon
cross-reference

Erisichthon
Erisichthōn
noun
son of the Thessalian king Triopas

erisma
erisma
noun
a buttress

eristalis
eristalis
noun
an unknown precious stone

erithace
erithacē
noun
bee-bread

erithacus
erithacus
noun
an unknown bird

erithales
erithales
noun
little houseleek

eritudo
eritūdō
cross-reference

erivo
ērīvō
verb
to draw out

Eriza
Eriza
noun
a town of Magna Phrygia

Erizenus
Erizēnus
adjective
of Eriza

erneum
erneum
noun
a cake baked in an earthen pot

ero
ērō
noun
a braided or wicker basket

ero
ērō
cross-reference

erodo
ērōdō
verb
no perf

erogatio
ērogātiō
noun
A giving out

erogator
ērogātor
noun
one who pays out or gives away

erogatorius
ērogātōrius
adjective
of or for distributing

erogito
ērogitō
verb
to find out by asking

erogo
ērogō
verb
to expend

Eros
Eros
noun
Love

erosio
ērōsiō
noun
an eating away

erosus
ērōsus
adjective

erotema
erōtēma
noun
an inquiry

Erotopaegnion
Erōtopaegnion
noun
the title of a book of poems

Erotopaegnion
Erōtopaegnion
noun
a love song

erotundatus
ērotundātus
adjective
rounded off

erotylus
erōtylus
noun
an unknown precious stone

errabundus
errābundus
adjective
wandering to and fro

errantia
errantia
noun
a wandering

erraticus
errāticus
adjective
wandering to and fro

erratilis
errātilis
adjective
wandering

erratio
errātiō
noun
a wandering

errativus
errātīvus
cross-reference

errator
errātor
noun
a wanderer

erratum
errātum
noun

erratum
errātum
noun
an error

erratus
errātus
noun
a wandering

erro
errō
noun
a wanderer

erro
errō
verb
to wander

erroneus
errōneus
adjective
wandering about

error
error
noun
a wandering

erubescentia
ērubescentia
noun
a blushing for shame

erubescibilis
ērubescibilis
adjective
of which one should be ashamed

erubesco
ērubescō
verb
to grow red

eruca
ērūca
noun
A caterpillar

Erucius
Erucius
noun
a Roman proper name

eructatio
ēructātiō
noun
a casting or throwing upward

eructo
ēructō
verb
To belch or vomit forth

eructus
ēructus
adjective
belched out

eructus
ēructus
adjective

erudero
ērūderō
verb
to clear from rubbish

erudio
ērudiō
verb
to polish

erudite
ērudītē
adverb
learnedly

eruditio
ērudītiō
noun
an instructing

eruditor
ērudītor
noun
an instructor

eruditrix
ērudītrix
noun
an instructress

eruditulus
ērudītulus
noun
somewhat skilled or experienced

eruditus
ērudītus
noun
instruction

eruditus
ērudītus
adjective
learned

eruditus
ērudītus
adjective

erugatio
ērūgātiō
noun
a clearing from wrinkles

erugo
ērūgō
verb

erugo
ērūgō
verb
to clear from wrinkles

Erulus
Erulus
noun

Erulus
Erulus
noun
the Herulians

erumna
erumna
noun
need

erumpo
ērumpō
verb
to cause to break or burst forth

erunco
ēruncō
verb
to weed out

eruo
ēruō
verb
to cast forth

eruptio
ēruptiō
noun
a breaking out

eruptor
ēruptor
noun
one who makes a sally

eruptus
ēruptus
adjective

erus
erus
noun
the master of a house or family

erutor
ērutor
noun
a rescuer

erutus
ērutus
adjective

ervilia
ervilia
noun
a kind of pulse

ervum
ervum
noun
a kind of pulse

Erycina
Erycīna
noun
Venus

Erycinus
Erycīnus
noun
the inhabitants of the city Eryx

Erycinus
Erycīnus
adjective
Erycinian

Erycinus
Erycīnus
adjective

Erycus
Erycus
noun
The mountain

Erycus
Erycus
noun

Erymantheus
Erymanthēus
adjective
Erymanthian

Erymanthias
Erymanthias
noun
Erymanthian

Erymanthis
Erymanthis
noun
Erymanthian

Erymanthius
Erymanthius
adjective
Erymanthian

Erymanthus
Erymanthus
noun
A chain of mountains in Arcadia

erynge
ēryngē
noun
a sort of thistle

eryngion
ēryngion
noun
a sort of thistle

Erysichthon
Erysichthōn
noun
son of the Thessalian king Triopas

erysimum
erysimum
noun
a sort of grain

erysipelas
erysipelas
noun
St. Anthony's fire

erysisceptrum
erysiscēptrum
noun
a low thorny shrub

erysithales
erysithales
noun
a plant with a yellow flower

erythallis
erythallis
noun
a gem now unknown

Erythea
Erythēa
noun
a small island in the Bay of Cadiz

Erytheia
Erythēia
noun
a small island in the Bay of Cadiz

Erytheis
Erythēis
noun
Erythean

erythinus
erythīnus
noun
a red kind of sea-mullet

Erythius
Erythīus
adjective
Erythean

Erythra
Erythra
noun
A city of Boeotia

Erythra
Erȳthra
noun
A city of Boeotia

Erythraea
Erythraea
noun
the district of Erythrae

Erythraeus
Erythraeus
adjective
Erythraean

Erythraeus
Erythraeus
noun
the inhabitants of Erythrae

Erythraeus
Erȳthraeus
adjective
Erythraean

erythraeus
erythraeus
adjective
reddish

Erythraeus
Erȳthraeus
adjective
Erythraean

Erythraeus
Erythraeus
adjective
Erythraean

erythraicon
erythraicon
noun
a species of the plant

erythranon
erythranon
noun
a kind of ivy with reddish berries

erythranos
erythranos
adjective
red

erythranos
erȳthranos
adjective
red

Erythras
Erȳthrās
noun
a fabulous king of southern Asia

Erythras
Erythrās
noun
a fabulous king of southern Asia

erythrocomos
erythrocomos
adjective
red-haired

erythrodanus
erythrodanus
noun
madder

erythros
erȳthros
adjective
red

Eryx
Eryx
noun
the name of a high mountain in the northwestern angle of Sicily

es
es
noun
The promontory in its neighborhood

Esaianus
Ēsāiānus
adjective
of Isaiah

Esaias
Ēsāiās
noun
the Jewish prophet Isaian

Esaias
Esaiās
noun
the prophet Isaiah

Esaias
Esāiās
noun
the Jewish prophet Isaian

esca
esca
noun
food

escalis
escālis
adjective
Pertaining to food

escarium
escārium
noun
Of or belonging to bait

escarius
escārius
adjective
Pertaining to food

escatilis
escātilis
adjective
edible

escendo
ēscendō
verb
to climb up

escensio
ēscensiō
noun
an ascension

escensus
ēscensus
noun
a mounting

eschara
eschara
noun
The base or pedestal of a military engine

escharosis
escharōsis
noun
the formation of a scab

escharoticus
escharōticus
adjective
producing a scar

escifer
escifer
adjective
food-bringing

escit
escit
cross-reference

esco
escō
verb
to eat

esculentus
esculentus
adjective
fit for eating

esculetum
esculētum
noun
a forest of winter

esculetum, esculeus
esculētum, esculeus
expression

esculeus
esculeus
adjective
of the Italian oak

esculinus
esculīnus
cross-reference

esculinus
esculīnus
adjective

esculus
esculus
cross-reference

esculus
esculus
noun
the tallest species of oak

escunt
escunt
cross-reference

Esernia
Esernia
noun
a town in Samnium

esito
ēsitō
verb
to be wont to eat

esor
ēsor
noun
an eater

esox
esox
noun
a fish of the Rhine

Esquilia
Esquilia
noun
the largest of the seven hills of Rome

Esquiliarius
Esquiliārius
adjective
Esquiline

Esquilina
Esquilina
adjective

Esquilinus
Esquilīnus
adjective

Esquilius
Esquilius
adjective
Esquiline

esseda
esseda
noun

esseda
esseda
noun
a Scythian people on the river Tanais

essedarius
essedārius
adjective
of or belonging to a war-chariot

essedarius
essedarius
noun

Essedonis
Essēdonis
noun
a Scythian people on the river Tanais

essedum
essedum
noun
a Scythian people on the river Tanais

essedum
essedum
noun
a Scythian people on the river Tanais

essentia
essentia
noun
the being or essence

essentialiter
essentiāliter
adverb
essentially

essurio
essuriō
noun
a hungry person

essurio
essuriō
verb
v. desid. n

Essuus
Essuus
noun
a Gallic tribe

estrix
estrix
noun
a female glutton or gormandizer

estur
ēstur
cross-reference

Esubius
Esubius
noun
a Gallic tribe west of the

esudo
ēsūdō
verb
to come out by sweating

esurialis
ēsuriālis
adjective
of or belonging to hunger

esurienter
ēsurienter
adverb
hungrily

esurienter
ēsurienter
adverb
hungrily

esuries
ēsuriēs
noun
hunger

esurigo
ēsurīgō
noun
hunger

esurio
ēsuriō
noun
a hungry person

esurio
ēsuriō
verb
v. desid. n

esuritio
ēsurītiō
noun
a hungering

esuritor
ēsurītor
noun
a hungry person

esus
ēsus
noun
an eating

esus
ēsus
adjective

Esus
Ēsus
noun
a Gallic deity

et
et
conjunction
and

eta
ēta
noun
the seventh letter of the Greek alphabet

etenim
etenim
conjunction
for

Eteocles
Eteōclēs
noun
son of Oedipus and Jocasta

Eteocleus
Eteōclēus
adjective
of Eteocles

Etereianus
Etereiānus
adjective
of Etereius

Etereius
Etereius
noun
a freedman of the Roman knight Corellius

etesia
etēsia
noun
the winds that blow annually during the dog-days for forty days

etesiacus
etēsiacus
adjective
of the trade-winds

etesias
etesiās
noun

etesius
etēsius
adjective
yearly

etheca
etheca
noun
a gallery or portico

ethica
ēthica
noun
moral philosophy

ethice
ēthicē
noun
moral philosophy

ethicos
ēthicos
adverb
morally

ethicus
ēthicus
adjective
moral

ethnicalis
ethnicālis
adjective
heathenish

ethnice
ethnicē
adverb
heathenishly

ethnicus
ethnicus
adjective
heathenish

ethnicus
ethnicus
noun
a heathen

ethologia
ēthologia
noun
the art of depicting or imitating character

ethologus
ēthologus
noun
one who jestingly imitates the manners

ethopoeia
ēthopoeia
noun
an expression of character

ethos
ēthos
noun
Manners

etiam
etiam
adverb
and also

etiamdum
etiamdum
cross-reference
hitherto

etiamnum
etiamnum
adverb
yet

etiamnunc
etiamnunc
adverb
yet

etiamsi
etiamsī
adverb
even if

etiamtum
etiamtum
adjective
even then

etiamtunc
etiamtunc
adjective
even then

Etruria
Etrūria
noun
a country of central Italy

Etruria
Ētrūria
noun
a country of central Italy

Etruscus
Etruscus
adjective
of Etruria

Etruscus
Etruscus
noun
the Etruscans

Etruscus
Ētruscus
adjective
of Etruria

etsi
etsī
conjunction
though

etussio
ētussiō
verb
to cough up

etymologia
etymologia
noun
etymology

etymologice
etymologicē
noun
etymology

etymologicus
etymologicus
adjective
etymological

etymologos
etymologos
noun
an etymologist

etymon
etymon
noun
the origin of a word

eu
eu
interjection
well! well done! bravo!

Euadne
Euadnē
noun
wife of Capaneus

Euan
Euan
noun
a surname of Bacchus

Euan
Euan
cross-reference

Euander
Euander
noun
Son of Carmenta

Euandrius
Euandrius
adjective
Evandrian

Euandrus
Euandrus
noun
Son of Carmenta

euangelicus
euangelicus
adjective
evangelical

euangelista
euangelista
noun
an evangelist

euangelium
euangelium
noun
Good news

euangelizator
euangelīzātor
noun
a preacher of the Gospel

euangelizo
euangelīzō
verb
to preach

euax
euax
interjection
hail! joy! good!

Euboea
Euboea
noun
an island in the Aegean Sea

Euboeus
Euboeus
adjective
Euboean

Euboicus
Euboicus
adjective
Euboean

Eubois
Eubois
noun

eubolion
eubolion
noun
the plant dittany

Eubuleus
Eubūleus
noun
one of the Anaces

Eubulidas
Eubūlidās
noun
a Greek proper name

Euchadia
Euchadia
noun
a Greek proper name

eucharis
eucharis
noun
agreeable

eucharistia
eucharistia
noun
A thanksgiving

eucharisticon
eucharisticon
noun
thanksgiving

Euclides
Euclīdēs
noun
a Greek proper name

eucnemos
eucnēmos
adjective
with beautiful legs

Eudaemon
Eudaemōn
noun
the Greek appellation of the southern part of Arabia

Eudemus
Eudēmus
noun
a Greek proper name

eudiaeon
eudiaeon
cross-reference

Eudosis
Eudosis
noun
a tribe of Germany

Eudoxus
Eudoxus
noun
a Greek astrologer

Eueninus
Euēnīnus
adjective
of the river Evenus

Euenos
Euēnos
noun
a king of Etolia

Euenus
Euēnus
noun
a king of Etolia

euerganeus
euerganeus
adjective
well-wrought

euethes
euēthēs
noun
simple

eugae
eugae
interjection
well done! good! bravo!

eugalacton
eugalacton
noun
another name of the plant glaux

Euganeus
Euganeus
noun
a people of northern Italy

Euganeus
Euganeus
adjective
of the

euge
eugē
interjection
well done! good! bravo!

euge
euge
interjection
well done! good! bravo!

eugeneius
eugenēīus
adjective
well-born

eugeneus
eugenēus
adjective
well-born

eugepae
eugepaē
adverb
excellent! admirable!

Euhadne
Euhadnē
noun
wife of Capaneus

Euhan
Euhan
noun
a surname of Bacchus

euhans
euhans
adjective
crying Euhan!

Euhemerus
Euhēmerus
noun
a Greek poet and philosopher

Euhias
Euhias
noun
a Bacchante

Euhius
Euhius
noun
a surname of Bacchus

Euhius
Euhius
adjective
of or belonging to Bacchus

euhoe
euhoe
interjection
a shout of joy at the festivals of Bacchus

euhoe
euhoe
interjection

Euhydrium
Euhȳdrium
noun
a city of Thessaly

Euias
Euias
noun

Euius
Euius
noun
a surname of Bacchus

eum
eum
noun
an African plant

Eumaeus
Eumaeus
noun
the swineherd of Ulysses in Homer

eumeces
eumēces
noun
A kind of balsam-tree

Eumedes
Eumēdēs
noun
a Trojan herald

Eumelus
Eumēlus
noun
A king of Patrae

Eumenes
Eumenēs
noun
a famous general under Alexander the Great

Eumenidis
Eumenidis
noun
the Furies

Eumenis
Eumenis
noun
a Fury

eumetria
eumētria
noun
symmetry

eumetria
eumetria
noun
symmetry

eumitres
eumitrēs
noun
an unknown precious stone

Eumolpida
Eumolpida
noun
A sacerdotal family in Athens

Eumolpus
Eumolpus
noun
a fabulous Thracian singer and priest of Ceres

euneos
euneos
cross-reference

eunuchinus
eunūchīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a eunuch

eunuchion
eunūchion
noun
a kind of lettuce that subdues amatory desires

eunuchismus
eunūchismus
noun
an unmanning

eunuchizatus
eunūchīzātus
adjective
made a eunuch

eunucho
eunūchō
verb
to make a eunuch of

eunuchus
eunūchus
noun
a eunuch

euoe
euoe
interjection
a shout of joy at the festivals of Bacchus

euoe
euoe
interjection

euonymos
euōnymos
noun
name of a tree

Eupalia
Eupalia
cross-reference

Eupalium
Eupalium
noun
a city of western Locris

Eupator
Eupator
noun
a surname of Mithridates

eupatoria
eupatoria
noun
a plant

eupelios
eupelios
noun
a plant

eupetalos
eupetalos
noun
an unknown precious stone

euphonia
euphōnia
noun
euphony

euphorbea
euphorbea
noun
an African plant

Euphorbus
Euphorbus
noun
Son of Panthus

Euphorio
Euphoriō
noun
a grammarian and poet

Euphorion
Euphoriōn
noun
a grammarian and poet

Euphranor
Euphrānor
noun
A celebrated painter and sculptor

Euphrataeus
Euphrātaeus
adjective
of the Euphrates

Euphrates
Euphrātēs
noun
A wellknown river in Syria

Euphratis
Euphrātis
noun
of the Euphrates

euphrone
euphronē
noun
night

Euphrosyne
Euphrosynē
noun
one of the graces

euphrosynon
euphrosynon
noun
a plant

euphrosynum
euphrosynum
noun
a plant

euplia
euplia
noun
an unknown plant

euplocamus
euplocamus
noun
having beautiful locks

Eupolemus
Eupolemus
noun
a Greek proper name

Eupolis
Eupolis
noun
a celebrated comic poet in Athens

eupteron
eupteron
noun
a plant

eureos
eureos
noun
an unknown precious stone

eurinus
eurinus
noun

euripice
euripicē
noun
a kind of rush

Euripides
Eurīpidēs
noun
a celebrated Athenian tragic poet

Euripideus
Eurīpidēus
adjective
of Euripides

euripos
eurīpos
noun
a narrow channel

Euripus
Eurīpus
noun
the channel between Boeotia and Euboea

euripus
eurīpus
noun
a narrow channel

euroaquilo
euroaquilō
noun
the northeast wind

euroauster
euroauster
cross-reference

euronotus
euronotus
noun
the south-southeast wind

Europa
Eurōpa
noun
Daughter of the Phoenician king Agenor

Europaeus
Eurōpaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Europe

Europaeus
Eurōpaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Europa

Europe
Eurōpē
noun
Daughter of the Phoenician king Agenor

Europensis
Eurōpensis
adjective
of or belonging to Europe

Eurotas
Eurōtās
noun
the principal river of Laconia

eurotias
eurōtiās
noun
an unknown precious stone

eurous
eurōus
adjective
eastern

eurus
eurus
noun
the southeast wind

Euryalus
Euryālus
noun
a hill near Syracuse

Euryalus
Euryalus
noun
A friend of Nisus

Eurydamas
Eurydamas
adjective
a surname of Hector

Eurydica
Eurydica
noun
the name of a slave of Rhea Sylvia

Eurydice
Eurydicē
noun
The wife of Orpheus

Eurylochus
Eurylochus
noun
the only one of the companions of Ulysses who withstood Circe's magic cup

Eurymedon
Eurymedōn
noun
A river of Pamphylia

Eurymena
Eurymena
noun
a city of Thessaly

Eurymides
Eurymidēs
noun
the surname of Telemus

Eurymus
Eurymus
noun
a seer

Eurynome
Eurynomē
noun
daughter of Oceanus and Tethys

Eurypylis
Eurypylis
noun
Eurypylan

Eurypylus
Eurypylus
noun
Son of Hercules and king of the island of Cos

Eurysthenes
Eurysthenēs
noun
son of Aristodemus

Eurystheus
Eurysthēus
adjective
Eurysthean

Eurystheus
Eurystheus
noun
son of Sthenelus and grandson of Perseus

eurythmia
eurythmia
noun
beautiful arrangement

Eurytion
Eurytion
noun
An Argonaut

Eurytis
Eurytis
noun
Iole

Eurytus
Eurytus
noun
King of Oechalia and father of Iole

euscheme
euschēmē
adverb
becomingly

eusebes
eusebes
noun
an unknown precious stone

Eusebes
Eusebes
noun
a surname of Ariobarzanes

Eusebius
Eusebius
noun
a Latin rhetorician

eustomachus
eustomachus
adjective
good for digesting

eustylos
eustȳlos
adjective
with pillars evenly arranged

Euterpe
Euterpē
noun
the muse of music

euthalos
euthalos
noun
a kind of laurel

eutheriston
eutheriston
noun
a balsam-tree

euthia
euthīa
noun
a straight line

euthygrammum
euthygrammum
noun
an architect's rule

Eutrapelus
Eutrapelus
noun
a surname given to P. Volumnius

Eutropius
Eutropius
noun
a Roman historian in the middle of the fourth century of the Christian era

Euxinus
Euxīnus
adjective
an epithet of the Black Sea

Euxinus
Euxīnus
noun

euzomon
euzōmon
noun
a sort of cabbage

Eva
Ēva
noun
Eve

evacuatio
ēvacuātiō
noun
an evacuating

evacuo
ēvacuō
verb
to empty out

Evadne
Ēvadnē
adverb

Evadne
Evadnē
noun
wife of Capaneus

evado
ēvādō
verb
to go or come out

evagatio
ēvagātiō
noun
a wandering

evaginatio
ēvāgīnātiō
noun
a spreading out

evagino
ēvāgīnō
verb
to draw out of the scabbard

evago
ēvagō
verb

evagor
ēvagor
verb
to wander forth

evalesco
ēvalescō
verb
to become strong

evallo
ēvallō
verb
to cast out

evallo
ēvallō
verb
to winnow out

Evan
Evan
noun
a surname of Bacchus

Evan
Ēvan
cross-reference

Evander
Ēvander
noun

Evander
Evander
noun
Son of Carmenta

evanesco
ēvānescō
verb
to vanish or pass away

evangelicus
ēvangelicus
adjective
evangelical

evangelista
ēvangelista
noun
an evangelist

evangelium
ēvangelium
noun
Good news

evangelizator
ēvangelīzātor
noun
a preacher of the Gospel

evangelizo
ēvangelīzō
verb
to preach

evanidus
ēvānidus
adjective
vanishing

evanno
ēvannō
verb
to cast out the chaff of grain from the fan

evans
ēvans
adjective

evaporatio
ēvapōrātiō
noun
an evaporating

evaporativus
ēvapōrātīvus
adjective
evaporating

evaporo
ēvapōrō
verb
to disperse in vapor

evasio
ēvāsiō
noun
a going out

evasto
ēvastō
verb
to lay utterly waste

evax
ēvax
interjection

evectio
ēvectiō
noun
A going upwards

evectus
ēvectus
adjective

evectus
ēvectus
noun
a carrying out

eveho
ēvehō
verb
to carry out or forth

evelatum
ēvēlātum
cross-reference

evello
ēvellō
verb
to tear

Eveninus
Evēnīnus
adjective

evenio
ēveniō
verb
to come out

eventilo
ēventilō
verb
to set in motion

eventum
ēventum
noun

eventum
ēventum
noun
An occurrence

eventus
ēventus
noun
An occurrence

Evenus
Ēvēnus
noun
a king of Etolia

Evenus
Ēvēnus
cross-reference

everbero
ēverberō
verb
to strike violently

evergo
ēvergō
verb
to send out

everriator
ēverriātor
cross-reference

everriculum
ēverriculum
noun
a sweepnet

everro
ēverrō
verb
to sweep out

eversio
ēversiō
noun
An overthrowing

eversor
ēversor
noun
a subverter

eversus
ēversus
adjective
Swept out

everto
ēvertō
verb
to overturn

evestigatus
ēvestīgātus
adjective
traced out

evexus
ēvexus
adjective
rounded off at the top

Evias
Ēvias
noun

evibro
ēvībrō
verb
to swing forwards

evictio
ēvictiō
noun
a recovering of one's property by a judicial decision

evictus
ēvictus
adjective

evidens
ēvidens
adjective
apparent

evidenter
ēvidenter
adverb
evidently

evidentia
ēvidentia
noun
clearness

evideor
ēvideor
verb
to appear completely or plainly

evigesco
ēvigescō
verb
to lose liveliness or vigor

evigilatio
ēvigilātiō
noun
a waking up

evigilo
ēvigilō
verb
To wake up

evigoratus
ēvigōrātus
adjective
deprived of vigor or liveliness

evilesco
ēvīlescō
verb
to become vile

evincio
ēvinciō
verb
to bind up

evinco
ēvincō
verb
To overcome completely

evinctus
ēvinctus
adjective

eviolo
ēviolō
verb
to violate

eviratio
ēvirātiō
noun
a depriving of manhood

eviratus
ēvirātus
adjective
unmanly

eviratus
ēvirātus
adjective

eviresco
ēvirescō
verb
to fade

eviro
ēvirō
verb
to deprive of virility

eviscero
ēviscerō
verb
To deprive of the entrails

evitabilis
ēvītābilis
adjective
avoidable

evitatio
ēvītātiō
noun
an avoiding

evito
ēvītō
verb
to shun

evito
ēvītō
verb
to deprive of life

Evius
Evius
noun
a surname of Bacchus

Evius
Evius
adjective
of or belonging to Bacchus

Evius
Ēvius
cross-reference

evocatio
ēvocātiō
noun
a calling out

evocativus
ēvocātīvus
adjective
pertaining to summoning

evocator
ēvocātor
noun
one who calls to arms

evocatorius
ēvocātōrius
adjective
citing

evocatus
ēvocātus
noun

evocatus
ēvocātus
noun
soldiers who

evocatus
ēvocātus
adjective

evoco
ēvocō
verb
to call out

evoe
ēvoe
interjection
a shout of joy at the festivals of Bacchus

evoe
ēvoē
adverb

evolatio
ēvolātiō
noun
an escaping

evolgo
evolgō
verb
to bring out among the people

evolito
ēvolitō
verb
to fly out frequently

evolo
ēvolō
verb
to fly out or forth

evolutio
ēvolūtiō
noun
an unrolling or opening

evolutus
ēvolūtus
adjective

evolvo
ēvolvō
verb
to roll out

evomo
ēvomō
verb
to spew out

evonymos
evonymos
noun

evorto
ēvortō
verb
to overturn

evulgo
ēvulgō
verb
to bring out among the people

evulsio
ēvulsiō
noun
a pulling out

evulsus
ēvulsus
adjective

ex
ex
preposition
praep

exabundo
exabundō
verb
to abound exceedingly

exabusus
exabūsus
adjective
abusing greatly

exacerbatio
exacerbātiō
noun
an exasperation

exacerbatrix
exacerbātrix
noun
she who exasperates

exacerbesco
exacerbescō
verb
to become exasperated

exacerbo
exacerbō
verb
To exasperate

exacervans
exacervans
adjective
heaping up exceedingly

exacesco
exacescō
verb
to become sour

exacon
exacon
noun
the Gallic name of the herb

exacrifico
exacrificō
verb
to sacrifice

exacte
exactē
adverb
exactly

exacte
exactē
adverb
exactly

exactio
exactiō
noun
A driving out

exactor
exactor
noun
A driver-out

exactrix
exactrix
noun
she who demands

exactus
exactus
adjective
precise

exactus
exactus
adjective

exactus
exactus
noun
a sending off or away

exacum
exacum
noun
the Gallic name of the herb

exacuo
exacuō
verb
to make very sharp

exacutio
exacūtiō
noun
a sharpening

exadversum
exadversum
adverb
praep

exadversus
exadversus
adverb
praep

exadvocatus
exadvocātus
noun
one who has been an advocate

exadvors
exadvors
adverb
praep

exaedificatio
exaedificātiō
noun
a building

exaedifico
exaedificō
verb
To finish building

exaequatio
exaequātiō
noun
an equalling

exaequo
exaequō
verb
To make even or level with

exaeresimus
exaeresimus
adjective
that may be omitted

exaestuatio
exaestuātiō
noun
a boiling up

exaestuo
exaestuō
verb
to boil up

exaevio
exaeviō
verb
to rage itself out

exaggeranter
exaggeranter
adverb
with many words

exaggeranter
exaggeranter
adverb
copiously

exaggeratio
exaggerātiō
noun
a heaping or raising up

exaggerator
exaggerātor
noun
one who increases

exaggeratus
exaggerātus
adjective
cumulated

exaggero
exaggerō
verb
to raise a mound

exagitatio
exagitātiō
noun
a disturbance

exagitator
exagitātor
noun
one who severely blames

exagito
exagitō
verb
to drive out of its position or place

exagium
exagium
noun
a weighing

exagoga
exagōga
noun
an exportation

exalapo
exalapō
verb
to box on the ears

exalbesco
exalbescō
verb
to become white

exalbidus
exalbidus
adjective
whitish

exalbo
exalbō
verb
to make white

exalburnatus
exalburnātus
adjective
deprived of the alburnum

exaltatio
exaltātiō
noun
Exaltation

exaltative
exaltātīvē
adverb
in an exalted state

exalto
exaltō
verb
To raise

exaluminatus
exalūminātus
adjective
of the color of alum

examarico
examāricō
verb
to imbitter exceedingly

exambio
exambiō
verb
to go round asking

examen
exāmen
noun
A multitude issuing forth or flying out

examinate
exāminātē
adverb
carefully

examinate
exāminātē
adverb
carefully

examinatio
exāminātiō
noun
an equipoise

examinator
exāminātor
noun
a weigher

examinatorius
exāminātōrius
adjective
belonging to an examination

examinatrix
exāminātrix
noun
she that tests or tries

examinatus
exāminātus
adjective
tried

examinatus
exāminātus
adjective

examino
exāminō
verb
to form swarms

examplexor
examplexor
verb
to clasp

examurco
examurcō
verb
to cleanse from dregs

examussim
examussim
adverb
according to a rule

examussim
examussim
adverb
exactly

exancillatus
exancillātus
adjective
serving like a slave

exanclo
exanclō
verb
to draw or bring out as a servant

exanguinatus
exanguinātus
adjective
deprived of blood

exanguis
exanguis
adjective
deprived of blood

exanguis
exanguis
cross-reference

exanimabiliter
exanimābiliter
adverb
half dead

exanimalis
exanimālis
adjective
lifeless

exanimatio
exanimātiō
noun
A depriving of breath

exanimis
exanimis
adjective
lifeless

exanimo
exanimō
verb
To deprive of air or wind

exanimum
exanimum
noun
lifeless things

exanimus
exanimus
adjective

exanimus
exanimus
adjective
lifeless

exanio
exaniō
verb
to free from matter or corruption

exanthema
exanthēma
noun
an eruption on the skin

exantlo
exantlō
cross-reference

exaperio
exaperiō
verb
to open wide

exaporior
exaporior
verb
to be in utter perplexity

exapto
exaptō
verb
to fit

exaptus
exaptus
adjective
fastened

exaquesco
exaquesco
verb
to turn to water

exaratio
exarātiō
noun
A ploughing up

exarchus
exarchus
noun
a superintendent

exarcio
exarciō
verb
to patch up

exardeo
exardeō
verb
to burn

exardesco
exardescō
verb
to kindle

exarefio
exārefīō
verb
to dry up

exareno
exarēnō
verb
to cleanse from sand

exaresco
exārescō
verb
to dry up

exaridus
exāridus
adjective
dried up

exarmatio
exarmātiō
noun
a weakening

exarmo
exarmō
verb
to deprive of arms

exaro
exarō
verb
to plough or dig up

exarticulatus
exarticulātus
adjective
inarticulate

exasciatus
exasciātus
adjective
hewn out

exasperatio
exasperātiō
noun
a roughness

exasperatrix
exasperātrix
noun
she who irritates or exasperates

exaspero
exasperō
verb
to make rough

exatio
exatiō
verb
to satisfy

exaturo
exaturō
verb
to satisfy completely

exauctoritas
exauctōritās
noun
a discharge from military service

exauctoro
exauctōrō
verb
to discharge from service

exaudibilis
exaudībilis
adjective
that may be heard or listened to

exaudio
exaudiō
verb
To hear or perceive clearly

exauditio
exaudītiō
noun
a hearkening to

exauditor
exaudītor
noun
one who hearkens to

exaugeo
exaugeō
verb
to increase exceedingly

exauguratio
exaugurātiō
noun
a desecrating

exauguro
exaugurō
verb
to apply to profane uses a thing which has been consecrated

exauspico
exauspicō
verb
to take an augury from

exballisto
exballistō
verb
to put an end to

exbibo
exbibō
verb
to drink out

exbola
exbola
noun
a kind of missile

exbures
exbures
noun
exburae

excaecator
excaecātor
noun
one who blinds

excaeco
excaecō
verb
to blind

excalceatus
excalceātus
noun
pantomimists

excalceo
excalceō
verb
to take off the shoes

excalcio
excalciō
verb
to take off the shoes

excaldatio
excaldātiō
noun
a washing or bathing in warm water

excaldo
excaldō
verb
to wash or bathe in warm water

excalesco
excalescō
verb
to become warm

excalfacio
excalfaciō
verb
to warm

excalfactio
excalfactiō
noun
a warming

excalfactorius
excalfactōrius
adjective
warming

excalfio
excalfīō
verb

excandefacio
excandefaciō
verb
to heat

excandeo
excandeō
verb
to make bright

excandescentia
excandescentia
noun
nascent anger

excandesco
excandescō
verb
to grow hot

excantator
excantātor
noun
a charmer

excanto
excantō
verb
to charm out or forth

excarnifico
excarnificō
verb
to cut or tear any one to pieces

excastratus
excastrātus
adjective
emasculated

excaudico
excaudicō
verb
to weed out

excaudicodico
excaudicōdicō
verb
to weed out

excavatio
excavātiō
noun
a hollowing out

excavo
excavō
verb
to hollow out

excedo
excēdō
verb
to go out

excellens
excellens
adjective

excellens
excellens
adjective
rising

excellenter
excellenter
cross-reference
excellently

excellenter
excellenter
adverb
excellently

excellentia
excellentia
noun
superiority

excellentium
excellentium
noun
exceptional instances

excello
excellō
verb
to raise up

excelse
excelsē
cross-reference

excelse
excelsē
adverb
highly

excelsitas
excelsitās
noun
loftiness

excelsum
excelsum
noun
a height

excelsum
excelsum
noun
an elevated station or position

excelsus
excelsus
adjective

excelsus
excelsus
noun
the lofty

excelsus
excelsus
adjective
elevated

Excelsus
Excelsus
noun
the Highest

excenscensio
excenscensiō
noun
a debarkation

excensio
excensiō
noun
a climbing

exceptaculum
exceptāculum
noun
a receptacle

excepticius
exceptīcius
adjective
caught up

exceptio
exceptiō
noun
an exception

exceptiuncula
exceptiuncula
noun
a small limitation or exception

exceptius
exceptius
adjective
caught up

excepto
exceptō
verb
to take out

exceptor
exceptor
noun
one who catches up

exceptorium
exceptōrium
noun
a receptacle

exceptorius
exceptōrius
adjective
serviceable for receiving

exceptus
exceptus
adjective

excerebratus
excerēbrātus
adjective
deprived of brains

excerebratus
excerebrātus
adjective
deprived of brains

excerebro
excerebrō
verb
to deprive of brains

excerebro
excerēbrō
verb
to deprive of brains

excerno
excernō
verb
to sift out

excerpo
excerpō
verb
to pick or take out

excerptio
excerptiō
noun
an extract

excerptum
excerptum
noun
an extract

excerptus
excerptus
adjective

excervicatio
excervīcātiō
noun
obstinacy

excessio
excessiō
noun
departure

excessus
excessus
noun
A departure

excetra
excētra
noun
a snake

excetra
excetra
noun
a snake

excidio
excidiō
noun
a destroying

excidium
excidium
noun
a going down

excidium
excidium
noun
overthrow

excido
excidō
verb
to fall out or down

excido
excīdō
verb
to cut out or off

excieo
excieō
verb

excindo
excindō
verb
to extirpate

excio
exciō
verb
to call out or forth

excipio
excipiō
verb
To take or draw out

excipulum
excipulum
noun
vessels for receiving liquids

excipuum
excipuum
cross-reference

excisatus
excīsātus
adjective
cut out or off

excisio
excīsiō
noun
a cutting out

excisorius
excīsōrius
adjective
that serves for cutting out

excisura
excīsūra
noun
the cutting out

excisus
excīsus
adjective

excitabilis
excitābilis
adjective
inciting

excitate
excitātē
adverb
vigorously

excitatio
excitātiō
noun
a rousing up

excitator
excitātor
noun
one who rouses or animates

excitatus
excitātus
adjective

excitatus
excitātus
adjective
animated

excito
excitō
verb
to call out or forth

excitus
excītus
noun

excitus
excitus
adjective

excitus
excītus
adjective

exclamatio
exclāmātiō
noun
a loud calling or crying out

exclamo
exclāmō
verb
to call or cry aloud

exclaro
exclārō
verb
to light up

excludo
exclūdō
verb
to shut out

exclusio
exclūsiō
noun
a shutting out

exclusor
exclūsor
noun
one who shuts or drives out

exclusorius
exclūsōrius
adjective
exclusory

exclusus
exclūsus
adjective

exclusus
exclūsus
adjective
shut out

excoctio
excoctiō
noun
a boiling or baking thoroughly

excoctus
excoctus
adjective

excodico
excōdicō
verb

excogitatio
excōgitātiō
noun
a thinking out

excogitator
excōgitātor
noun
a contriver

excogitatus
excōgitātus
adjective
sought out

excogitatus
excogitatus
noun

excogitatus
excōgitātus
adjective

excogito
excōgitō
verb
to find out by thinking

excolo
excōlō
verb
to strain out

excolo
excolō
verb
to work carefully

excomedo
excomedō
verb
to eat up

excommunicatio
excommūnicātiō
noun
ban of the Church

excommunico
excommūnicō
verb
to lay under the ban of the Church

excondo
excondō
verb
to form

excongruus
excongruus
adjective
not agreeing

exconsularis
exconsulāris
noun
one who has been a consul

excoquo
excoquō
verb
to boil out

excorio
excoriō
verb
to strip of its skin or covering

excornis
excornis
adjective
without horns

excors
excors
adjective
without intelligence

excreabilis
excreābilis
adjective
that may be hawked up or coughed out

excreatio
excreātiō
noun
a hawking or coughing up

excreatus
excreātus
noun
a hawking or coughing up

excrementum
excrēmentum
noun
an elevation

excrementum
excrēmentum
noun
What is sifted out

excremo
excremō
verb
to burn

excreo
excreō
verb
to hawk or cough up

excreo
excreō
verb

excrescens
excrescens
noun

excrescens
excrescens
noun
morbid excrescences

excresco
excrescō
verb
to grow out or forth

excretus
excrētus
adjective
separated

excretus
excrētus
adjective
grown up

excribo
excrībō
verb
to write out

excruciabilis
excruciābilis
adjective
deserving of torture

excruciatio
excruciātiō
noun
torment

excruciator
excruciātor
noun
a tormentor

excruciatus
excruciātus
noun
torment

excrucio
excruciō
verb
to torment greatly

excubatio
excubātiō
noun
a watching

excubia
excubia
noun
a lying out of the house

excubicularius
excubiculārius
noun
an ex-chamberlain

excubitor
excubitor
noun
one who keeps guard

excubitorium
excubitōrium
noun
a post where guards were stationed

excubitus
excubitus
noun
a watching

excubo
excubō
verb
to lie or sleep out of doors

excudo
excūdō
verb
to strike

exculcator
exculcātor
noun
a skirmisher

exculcatus
exculcātus
adjective
worn out

exculcatus
exculcātus
adjective

exculco
exculcō
verb
to tread or beat out

exculpo
exculpō
verb
To dig out

excultor
excultor
noun
a cultivator

excultus
excultus
adjective

excuneatus
excuneātus
adjective
crowded out of the seats in the theatre

excuratus
excūrātus
adjective
carefully attended to

excurio
excūriō
verb
io eject from the curia or from the senate

excurro
excurrō
verb
to run out or forth

excursatio
excursātiō
noun
a sally

excursator
excursātor
noun
a skirmisher

excursio
excursiō
noun
a running

excurso
excursō
verb
to break forth repeatedly

excursor
excursor
noun
A skirmisher

excursus
excursus
adjective

excursus
excursus
noun
a running out or forth

excusabilis
excūsābilis
adjective
that may be excused

excusabiliter
excūsābiliter
adverb
excusably

excusabundus
excūsābundus
adjective
excusing himself

excusamentum
excūsāmentum
noun
an excuse

excusate
excūsātē
adverb
without blame

excusate
excūsātē
adverb
without blame

excusatio
excūsātiō
noun
an excusing

excusatiuncula
excūsātiuncula
noun
a trifling excuse

excusator
excūsātor
noun
one who excuses

excusatus
excūsātus
adjective

excusatus
excūsātus
adjective
excused

excuso
excūsō
verb
to excuse

excusor
excūsor
noun
a coppersmith

excussabilis
excussābilis
cross-reference

excussabilis
excussābilis
adjective
that may be excused

excussabundus
excussābundus
adjective
excusing himself

excussate
excussātē
adverb
without blame

excussatio
excussātiō
noun
an excusing

excussator
excussātor
noun
one who excuses

excussatus
excussātus
adjective

excusse
excussē
adverb
strongly

excussio
excussiō
noun
a shaking down

excusso
excussō
verb
to excuse

excussorius
excussōrius
adjective
that serves for shaking out

excussus
excussus
adjective

excussus
excussus
noun
a beating out

excussus
excussus
adjective
stretched out

excusus
excūsus
adjective

excutio
excutiō
verb
to shake out or off

exdecimata
exdecimāta
cross-reference

Exdemeticus
Exdemeticus
noun
the title of a satire by Varro

exdico
exdīcō
verb

exdorso
exdorsō
verb
to take out the backbone

exdorsuo
exdorsuō
verb
to take out the backbone

exdutae
exdūtae
cross-reference

exduumvir
exduumvir
noun
one who has been a duumvir

exebenus
exebenus
noun
a precious stone of a shining white

execo
execō
verb
to cut out or away

execo, execror, executio, exequor
execo, exēcror, execūtio, exequor
expression

execo, execror, executio, exequor
execo, execror, execūtio, exequor
expression

execrabilis
execrābilis
adjective
execrable

execrabilitas
execrābilitās
noun
execrableness

execramentum
execrāmentum
noun
execration

execratio
execrātiō
noun
Execration

execrator
execrātor
noun
an execrator

execratus
execrātus
adjective

execror
execror
verb
to curse

exectio
exectiō
noun
a cutting out

exector
exector
noun
one who mutilates

exectus
exectus
adjective

executio
execūtiō
noun
an accomplishing

executor
execūtor
noun
an accomplisher

executus
execūtus
adjective

executus
execūtus
adjective

exedo
exedō
verb
to eat up

exedra
exedra
noun
a hall furnished with seats

exedrium
exedrium
noun
a sitting-room

exedum
exedum
noun
a plant otherwise unknown

exeduratus
exēdūrātus
adjective
deprived of hardness

exegetice
exēgēticē
noun
the art of interpretation

exemplar
exemplar
noun
A transcript

exemplare
exemplāre
noun

exemplaris
exemplāris
adjective
That serves as a pattern or example

exemplarium
exemplārium
noun
A copy

exemplars
exemplārs
noun
copies

exemplatus
exemplātus
adjective
copied

exemplo
exemplō
verb
to adduce as an example

exemplum
exemplum
noun
a sample

exemptilis
exemptilis
adjective
that may be taken out

exemptio
exemptiō
noun
a taking out

exemptor
exemptor
noun
one who takes out

exemptus
exemptus
adjective

exemptus
exemptus
noun
a taking out or away

exenium
exenium
noun

exensensus
exensensus
adjective
void of feeling

exentero
exenterō
verb
to disembowel

exentero
exenterō
cross-reference

exeo
exeō
verb
to go out or forth

exequens
exequens
adjective

exequens
exequens
adjective

exequia
exequia
noun
A funeral procession

exequiae
exequiae
cross-reference

exequialis
exequiālis
adjective
of or belonging to a funeral

exequior
exequior
verb
to perform the funeral rites

exequor
exequor
verb
to follow to the end

exequor
exequor
cross-reference

exerceo
exerceō
verb
to drive on

exercibilis
exercibilis
adjective
practicable

exercio
exerciō
verb
to make up for

exercio
exerciō
verb
to patch up

exercitamentum
exercitāmentum
noun
exercise

exercitate
exercitātē
adverb
with practice

exercitatio
exercitātiō
noun
A moving

exercitator
exercitātor
noun
an exerciser

exercitatorius
exercitātōrius
adjective
diligent

exercitatrix
exercitātrix
noun
gymnastics

exercitatus
exercitātus
adjective

exercitatus
exercitātus
adjective
Well exercised

exercite
exercitē
adverb
in a practised manner

exercitio
exercitiō
noun
practice

exercitium
exercitium
noun
exercise

exercito
exercitō
verb
to exercise diligently or frequently

exercitor
exercitor
noun
an exerciser

exercitorius
exercitōrius
adjective
Of or belonging to exercise

exercitualis
exercituālis
adjective
belonging to an army

exercitus
exercitus
adjective

exercitus
exercitus
noun
exercise

exercitus
exercitus
adjective

exero
exerō
verb
v. a.

exero
exerō
verb

exerro
exerrō
verb
to wander away

exerto
exertō
verb
To stretch out

exertus
exertus
adjective

exertus
exertus
adjective

exertus
exertus
adjective

exesor
exēsor
noun
that which eats away

exesto
exestō
cross-reference

exesus
exēsus
adjective

exfibulo
exfībulō
verb
to unclasp

exfilo
exfīlō
verb
to deprive of threads

exfir
exfir
cross-reference

exfodio
exfodiō
verb
to dig out

exfolio
exfoliō
verb
to strip of leaves

exfornicatus
exfornicātus
adjective
having committed fornication

exfundatus
exfundātus
adjective
razed to the ground

exfuti
exfutī
adverb

exfututus
exfutūtus
adjective
worn out by debauchery

exgurgito
exgurgitō
cross-reference

exhaeresimus
exhaeresimus
cross-reference

exhalatio
exhālātiō
noun
an exhalation

exhalo
exhālō
verb
to breathe out

exhareno
exharēnō
verb
to cleanse from sand

exhaurio
exhauriō
verb
to draw out

exhaustus
exhaustus
adjective

exherbo
exherbō
verb
to free from grass or woods

exheredatio
exhērēdātiō
noun
a disinheriting

exheredator
exhērēdātor
noun
a disinheriter

exheredito
exhērēditō
verb
to disinherit

exheredo
exhērēdō
verb
to disinherit

exheres
exhēres
adjective
a disinherited person

exhibeo
exhibeō
verb
To hold forth

exhibitio
exhibitiō
noun
A handing out

exhibitor
exhibitor
noun
one who presents or gives

exhibitorius
exhibitōrius
adjective
relating to handing over or giving up

exhibitus
exhibitus
adjective

exhilaratio
exhilarātiō
noun
a gladdening

exhilaro
exhilarō
verb
to gladden

exhinc
exhinc
adverb
hereupon

exhonoratio
exhonōrātiō
noun
a dishonoring

exhonoro
exhonōrō
verb
to dishonor

exhorreo
exhorreō
verb
to tremble or shudder exceedingly at

exhorresco
exhorrescō
verb
to tremble or shudder exceedingly

exhortatio
exhortātiō
noun
an exhorting

exhortativus
exhortātīvus
adjective
belonging to exhortation or encouragement

exhortator
exhortātor
noun
an exhorter

exhortatorius
exhortātōrius
adjective
belonging to or containing exhortation

exhortor
exhortor
verb
to exhort

exhulceratrix
exhulcerātrix
noun
she who causes soreness or exulceration

exhumoro
exhūmōrō
verb
to free from

exhydria
exhydria
noun
winds accompanied by rain

exhydria
exhȳdria
noun
winds accompanied by rain

exibeo
exibeō
verb
To hold forth

exibilo
exībilō
cross-reference

exibilo
exībilō
verb
to hiss out or forth

exicccatus
exicccātus
adjective
dried up

exicccesco
exicccescō
verb
to dry up

exiccco
exicccō
verb
to dry up

exicco
exiccō
cross-reference

exico
exicō
verb

exico
exicō
verb
to cut out or away

exignesco
exignescō
verb
to become ignited

exigno
exignō
verb
to write out

exigo
exigō
verb
to drive out or forth

exigue
exiguē
adverb
briefly

exiguitas
exiguitās
noun
scantiness

exiguo
exiguō
cross-reference

exiguum
exiguum
noun
a little

exiguus
exiguus
adjective
scanty

exiguus
exiguus
noun
a poor man

exilica
exilica
cross-reference

exilio
exiliō
verb

exilio
exiliō
verb
to spring out

exilis
exīlis
adjective
small

exilitas
exīlitās
noun
thinness

exiliter
exīliter
adverb
thinly

exilium
exilium
noun
banishment

exilium
exilium
noun

exim
exim
adverb

exim
exim
adverb
from there

eximie
eximiē
adverb
exceedingly

eximietas
eximietās
noun
excellence

eximius
eximius
adjective
excepted

eximo
eximō
verb
to take out

exin
exin
adverb

exin
exin
adverb
from there

exinanio
exināniō
verb
to empty

exinanitio
exinānītiō
noun
an emptying

exinde
exindē
adverb
from there

exinfulabat
exinfulabat
cross-reference

exintero
exinterō
verb
to disembowel

existimabilis
existimābilis
adjective
supposable

existimans
existimans
noun
critics

existimatio
existimātiō
noun
a judging

existimator
existimātor
noun
a judge

existimo
existimō
verb
to value

existo
existō
verb

existo
existō
verb
to step out or forth

existumatio
existumātiō
noun
a judging

existumator
existumātor
noun
a judge

existumo
existumō
verb
to value

exitiabilis
exitiābilis
adjective
destructive

exitiabiliter
exitiābiliter
adverb
perniciously

exitialis
exitiālis
adjective
destructive

exitialiter
exitiāliter
adverb
perniciously

exitio
exitiō
noun
a going or coming out

exitiose
exitiōsē
adverb

exitiose
exitiōsē
adverb

exitiosus
exitiōsus
adjective
destructive

exitium
exitium
noun
a going out

exitus
exitus
adjective

exitus
exitus
noun
a going out or forth

exjuro
exjūrō
verb
to swear solemnly

exlecebra
exlecēbra
noun

exlecebra
exlecebra
noun

exlecebra
exlecebra
noun
a female allurer

exlex
exlex
adjective
beyond the law

exmoveo
exmoveō
verb
to move out

exmoveo
exmoveō
verb

exmucco
exmuccō
verb

exobrutus
exobrutus
adjective
scraped out

exobsecro
exobsecrō
verb
to entreat earnestly

exobsecro
exobsēcrō
verb
to entreat earnestly

exoccupo
exoccupō
verb
to discharge of employment

exochadium
exochadium
noun
external piles

exochas
exochas
noun

exocoetus
exōcoetus
noun
a fish that sleeps on the shore

exoculo
exoculō
verb
to deprive of the eyes or sight

exodiarius
exodiārius
noun
a player in the

exodium
exodium
noun
a piece of a comic description

exodoratus
exodōrātus
adjective
deprived of its smell

Exodus
Exodus
noun
the name of the second book of Moses

exolesco
exolescō
verb
to become disused to

exolesco
exolescō
verb
To grow out

exoletus
exolētus
adjective

exoletus
exoletus
adjective
grown up

exolo
exolō
verb
to be an exile or banished person

exolvo
exolvō
verb

exomides
exōmides
adjective

exomnis
exomnis
adjective
sleepless

exomologesis
exomologēsis
noun
a confession

exoneratio
exonerātiō
noun
an unloading

exonerator
exonerātor
noun
an unloader

exonero
exonerō
verb
to free from a burden

exonychon
exonychon
noun
a plant

exopinisso
exopīnissō
verb
to think

exoptabilis
exoptābilis
adjective
desirable

exoptatus
exoptātus
adjective

exoptatus
exoptātus
adjective
greatly wished or desired

exopto
exoptō
verb
to wish or desire greatly

exorabilis
exōrābilis
adjective
easily entreated or moved

exorabulum
exōrābulum
noun
means of entreating or convincing

exoratio
exōrātiō
noun
a moving by entreaty

exorativus
exōrātīvus
adjective
prayerful

exorator
exōrātor
noun
one who obtains by entreaty

exoratrix
exōrātrix
noun
she who obtains by entreaty

exorbatus
exorbātus
adjective
utterly orphaned

exorbeo
exorbeō
verb
to suck out

exorbitatio
exorbitātiō
noun
a deviation

exorbitator
exorbitātor
noun
a deviator from

exorbito
exorbitō
verb
to go out of the track

exorcismus
exorcismus
noun
an exorcism

exorcista
exorcista
noun
an exorcist

exorcizo
exorcīzō
verb
to drive away evil spirits by adjuration

exordesco
exordescō
verb
to become defiled

exordior
exordior
verb
to begin a web

exordium
exordium
noun
the beginning

exoriorr
exorior
verb
to come out or forth

exormiston
exormiston
noun
a fish

exornatio
exornātiō
noun
an adorning

exornator
exornātor
noun
an adorner

exornatus
exornātus
adjective

exornatus
exornātus
adjective
decked out

exorno
exornō
verb
to fit out

exoro
exōrō
verb
to move

exors
exors
adjective
without lot

exors
exors
adjective

exorsum
exorsum
noun
a beginning

exorsus
exorsus
adjective
begun

exorsus
exorsus
noun
a beginning

exorsus
exorsus
adjective

exortivus
exortīvus
adjective
Of or belonging to the rising

exortus
exortus
noun
a coming forth

exortus
exortus
adjective

exos
exos
adjective
without bones

exosculatio
exosculātiō
noun
a fond or mutual kissing

exosculatus
exosculātus
adjective
kissed

exosculor
exosculor
verb
to kiss eagerly

exossis
exossis
adjective
without bones

exosso
exossō
verb
to deprive of the bones

exossus
exossus
adjective
without bones

exostra
exōstra
noun
A machine in the theatre

exosus
exōsus
adjective
hating exceedingly

exotericus
exōtericus
adjective
external

exoticum
exōticum
noun
a foreign garment

exoticus
exōticus
adjective
foreign

expallesco
expallescō
verb
to grow or turn very pale

expalliatus
expalliātus
adjective
robbed of his cloak

expallidus
expallidus
adjective
exceedingly pale or wan

expalmo
expalmō
verb
to slap

expalpor
expalpor
verb

expalpor
expalpor
verb
to obtain by coaxing or flattery

expalpor
expalpor
verb
to obtain by coaxing or flattery

expalponides
expalponidēs
noun

expando
expandō
verb
to spread out

expansio
expansiō
noun
a spreading out

expansus
expansus
adjective

expapillatus
expapillātus
adjective
bared to the breast

expartus
expartus
adjective
past bearing

expassus
expassus
adjective

expatare
expatarē
adverb

expatior
expatior
verb
to wander from the course

expatior
expatior
verb

expatricius
expatricius
noun
one who has ceased to be a patrician

expatricius
expātricius
noun
one who has ceased to be a patrician

expatro
expātrō
verb
to finish

expatro
expatrō
verb
to finish

expausatus
expausātus
adjective
rested

expavefacio
expavefaciō
verb
to terrify

expaveo
expaveō
verb
to be sorely afraid of

expavesco
expavescō
verb
to be or become greatly terrified

expavidus
expavidus
adjective
terrified greatly

expectabilis
expectābilis
adjective
to be expected

expectatio
expectātiō
cross-reference

expectatio
expectātiō
noun
an awaiting

expectator
expectātor
noun
a spectator

expectatrix
expectātrix
noun
she that expects or awaits

expectatus
expectātus
adjective
anxiously expected

expectatus
expectātus
adjective

expecto
expectō
verb
to look out for a thing

expecto
expectō
cross-reference

expectoro
expectorō
verb
to drive from the breast

expeculiatus
expecūliātus
adjective
stripped of property

expedio
expediō
verb
to free the feet

expedite
expedītē
adverb
without impediment

expeditio
expedītiō
noun
an enterprise against the enemy

expeditionalis
expedītiōnālis
adjective
of or belonging to a military expedition

expeditus
expedītus
adjective

expeditus
expedītus
adjective
unimpeded

expeditus
expedītus
noun
a soldier lightly burdened

expejuro
expējūrō
verb
to swear falsely

expello
expellō
verb
to drive out or away

expendo
expendō
verb
to weigh out

expensa
expensa
noun
a disbursement

expense
expensē
adverb
largely

expensio
expensiō
noun
an expense

expenso
expensō
verb
To pay out

expensum
expensum
noun

expensum
expensum
noun
money paid

expensus
expensus
adjective

expergefacio
expergēfaciō
verb
to awaken

expergefactio
expergēfactiō
noun
an awakening

expergefio
expergēfīō
verb

expergifico
expergificō
verb
to awaken

expergificus
expergificus
adjective
that awakens or excites

expergisco
expergiscō
verb

expergiscor
expergiscor
verb
to be awakened

expergite
expergitē
adverb
vigilantly

expergitus
expergitus
adjective

expergo
expergō
verb
to sprinkle

expergo
expergō
verb
to awaken

experiens
experiens
adjective
experienced

experientia
experientia
noun
a trial

experimentum
experīmentum
noun
a proof

experior
experior
verb
to try

experitos imperitos
experītos imperitos
expression

experrectus
experrectus
adjective
awakened

experrectus
experrectus
adjective

expers
expers
adjective
having no part in

experspersus
experspersus
adjective

expertio
expertiō
noun
a trial

expertus
expertus
adjective
tried

expertus
expertus
adjective

expes
expes
adjective
without hope

expetendus
expetendus
adjective
desirable

expetens
expetens
adjective
desirous

expetessisso
expetessissō
verb
v. intens. a

expetesso
expetessō
verb
v. intens. a

expetibilis
expetibilis
adjective
desirable

expetisso
expetissō
verb

expetitor
expetītor
noun
one who desires or longs for

expetitus
expetītus
adjective

expeto
expetō
verb
To long for

expiatio
expiātiō
noun
satisfaction

expiator
expiātor
noun
an atoner

expiatorius
expiātōrius
adjective
atoning

expiatrix
expiātrix
noun
an atoning or expiating priestess

expiatus
expiātus
noun
atonement

expictus
expictus
adjective

expilatio
expīlātiō
noun
a pillaging

expilator
expīlātor
noun
a pillager

expilo
expīlō
verb
to pillage

expingo
expingō
verb
to paint

expinso
expinsō
verb
to bruise to pieces

expio
expiō
verb
to make satisfaction

expiratio
expīrātiō
noun
a breathing out

expiro
expīrō
verb

expiro
expīrō
verb
to breathe out

expiscor
expiscor
verb
to search out

explanabilis
explānābilis
adjective
clear

explanate
explānātē
adverb
plainly

explanatio
explānātiō
noun
An explanation

explanator
explānātor
noun
an explainer

explanatorius
explānātōrius
adjective
explanatory

explanatus
explānātus
adjective

explanatus
explānātus
adjective
plain

explano
explānō
verb
to flatten or spread out

explanto
explantō
verb
to pull up

explaudo
explaudō
verb

explaudo
explaudō
verb
to drive out or off by clapping

explementum
explēmentum
noun
that which fills up

explendesco
explendescō
verb
to shine forth

explendeseo
explendeseō
verb

expleo
expleō
verb
To fill up

expletio
explētiō
noun
a satisfying

expletivus
explētīvus
adjective
serving to fill out

expletor
explētor
noun
he who fills

expletus
explētus
adjective

expletus
explētus
adjective
full

explicabilis
explicābilis
adjective
that may be explained

explicabiliter
explicābiliter
adverb
in an explicable manner

explicanter
explicanter
adverb
intelligibly

explicate
explicātē
adverb
plainly

explicatio
explicātiō
noun
an unfolding

explicator
explicātor
noun
an expounder

explicatrix
explicātrix
noun
she that expounds or explains

explicatus
explicātus
noun
an unfolding

explicatus
explicātus
adjective

explicatus
explicātus
adjective

explicit
explicit
cross-reference

explicit
explicit
cross-reference
disentangled

explicitus
explicitus
adjective

explicitus
explicitus
adjective

explico
explicō
verb
to unfold

explodo
explōdō
verb
to drive out or off by clapping

explorate
explōrātē
adverb
with certainty

explorate
explōrātē
adverb
with certainty

exploratio
explōrātiō
noun
an examination

explorator
explōrātor
noun
a searcher out

exploratorius
explōrātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to searching out

exploratus
explōrātus
adjective
ascertained

exploratus
explōrātus
adjective

exploro
explōrō
verb
to search out

explosio
explōsiō
noun
a driving off by clapping

explosus
explōsus
adjective

expoliatio
expoliātiō
noun
a spoiling

expoliator
expoliātor
noun
a pillager

expolio
expoliō
verb
to smooth off

expolio
expoliō
verb
to spoil

expolitio
expolītiō
noun
a smoothing off

expolitor
expolītor
noun
a polisher

expolitus
expolītus
adjective

expolitus
expolītus
adjective
polished

expono
expōnō
verb
to put or set out

exporrectus
exporrectus
adjective

exporrigo
exporrigō
verb
to stretch out

exportatio
exportātiō
noun
A carrying out

exporto
exportō
verb
to bear or carry out

exposco
exposcō
verb
to ask earnestly

exposite
expositē
adverb
plainly

exposite
expositē
adverb
plainly

expositicius
expositicius
adjective
exposed

expositio
expositiō
noun
An exposing

expositiuncula
expositiuncula
noun
a brief exposition

expositius
expositius
adjective
exposed

expositor
expositor
noun
an expounder

expositum
expositum
noun
the open parts

expositus
expositus
adjective

expositus
expositus
adjective
open

expostulatio
expostulātiō
noun
an expostulation

expostulatus
expostulātus
noun
a complaint

expostulo
expostulō
verb
To demand vehemently or urgently

expotus
expōtus
adjective

ex praeparato
ex praeparātō
adverb
with preparation

expresse
expressē
adverb
with pressure

expressim
expressim
adverb
expressly

expressio
expressiō
noun
a pressing or squeezing out

expressor
expressor
noun
one who presses out or brings forth

expressus
expressus
adjective
clearly exhibited

expressus
expressus
noun
a forcing apparatus

expressus
expressus
adjective

expretus
exprētus
adjective
spurned or pressed out

exprimo
exprimō
verb
to press or squeeze out

exprobrabilis
exprobrābilis
adjective
worthy of reproach

exprobrabilis
exprōbrābilis
adjective
worthy of reproach

exprobratio
exprōbrātiō
noun
a reproaching

exprobratio
exprobrātiō
noun
a reproaching

exprobrator
exprobrātor
noun
one who reproaches

exprobrator
exprōbrātor
noun
one who reproaches

exprobratrix
exprōbrātrix
noun
she that reproaches or upbraids

exprobratrix
exprobrātrix
noun
she that reproaches or upbraids

exprobro
exprobrō
verb
to make a matter of reproach

exprobro
exprōbrō
verb
to make a matter of reproach

expromissor
exprōmissor
noun
one who promises to pay

expromitto
exprōmittō
verb
to promise or agree to pay

expromo
exprōmō
verb
to take out or forth

expromptus
expromptus
adjective
ready

exproperatus
exproperātus
adjective
hastened

expudoratus
expudōrātus
adjective
shameless

expugnabilis
expugnābilis
adjective
that may be taken

expugnans
expugnans
adjective

expugnans
expugnans
adjective
efficient

expugnatio
expugnātiō
noun
the taking of a place by assault

expugnator
expugnātor
noun
the taker

expugnatorius
expugnātōrius
adjective
conquering

expugnax
expugnax
adjective
victorious

expugno
expugnō
verb
to take by assault

expuitio
expuitiō
noun
a spitting out

expulsim
expulsim
adverb
by driving out or away from one's self

expulsio
expulsiō
noun
a driving out

expulso
expulsō
verb
to drive out

expulsor
expulsor
noun
a driver out

expulsus
expulsus
adjective

expultrix
expultrix
noun
she that drives out or expels

expumico
expūmicō
verb
to rub off with pumice-stone

expumo
expūmō
verb
to froth or foam out

expumo
expūmō
verb

expunctio
expunctiō
noun
an execution

expunctor
expunctor
noun
a blotter-out

expunctrix
expunctrix
noun
she who blots out

expunctus
expunctus
adjective

expungo
expungō
verb
to prick out

expuo
expuō
verb
to spit out

expuo
expuō
verb

expurgatio
expurgātiō
noun
a justification

expurgatus
expurgātus
adjective
pure

expurgo
expurgō
verb
to purge

exputesco
expūtescō
verb
to rot

exputo
exputō
verb
To lop off

exquaero
exquaerō
verb

Exquilia
Exquilia
noun

Exquilia
Exquilia
noun
the largest of the seven hills of Rome

Exquiliae
Exquiliae
noun

Exquiliarius
Exquiliārius
adjective
Esquiline

Exquilinus
Exquilīnus
adjective

Exquilius
Exquilius
adjective
Esquiline

exquiro
exquīrō
verb
to search out diligently

exquisite
exquīsītē
adverb
carefully

exquisitim
exquīsītim
adverb
carefully

exquisitio
exquīsītiō
noun
research

exquisitor
exquīsītor
noun
an investigator

exquisitus
exquīsītus
adjective

exquisitus
exquīsītus
adjective
carefully sought out

exradicitus
exrādīcitus
adverb
from the very roots

exradico
exrādīcō
verb

exradico
exrādīcō
verb
to pluck up by the roots

exrogare
exrogāre
cross-reference

exsacrifico
exsācrificō
verb
to sacrifice

exsacrifico
exsacrificō
verb
to sacrifice

exsaevio
exsaeviō
verb
to rage itself out

exsanguesco
exsanguescō
verb
to become pale

exsanguinatus
exsanguinātus
adjective
deprived of blood

exsanguis
exsanguis
adjective
deprived of blood

exsanio
exsaniō
verb
to free from matter or corruption

exsarcio
exsarciō
verb
to patch up

exsatio
exsatiō
verb
to satisfy

exsaturabilis
exsaturābilis
adjective
that may be satiated

exsaturo
exsaturō
verb
to satisfy completely

exscalpo
exscalpō
verb
to cut out

exscendo
exscendō
verb
to climb up

exscendo
exscendō
verb

exscensio
exscensiō
noun
a debarkation

exscidium
exscidium
noun
overthrow

exscindo
exscindō
verb
to extirpate

exscreabilis
exscreābilis
adjective
that may be hawked up or coughed out

exscreatio
exscreātiō
noun
a hawking or coughing up

exscreatus
exscreātus
noun
a hawking or coughing up

exscreo
exscreō
verb
to hawk or cough up

exscribo
exscrībō
verb
to write out

exscriptus
exscriptus
adjective

exsculpo
exsculpō
verb
To dig out

exsculptio
exsculptiō
noun
a chiselling out

exsecatio
exsecātiō
noun
a cutting out

exseco
exsecō
verb
to cut out or away

exsecrabilis
exsēcrābilis
adjective
execrable

exsecrabilis
exsecrābilis
adjective
execrable

exsecrabilitas
exsecrābilitās
noun
execrableness

exsecrabilitas
exsēcrābilitās
noun
execrableness

exsecrabiliter
exsecrābiliter
adverb
execrably

exsecrabiliter
exsēcrābiliter
adverb
execrably

exsecramentum
exsēcrāmentum
noun
execration

exsecramentum
exsecrāmentum
noun
execration

exsecrandus
exsēcrandus
adjective
detestable

exsecrandus
exsecrandus
adjective
detestable

exsecratio
exsecrātiō
noun
Execration

exsecratio
exsēcrātiō
noun
Execration

exsecrator
exsecrātor
noun
an execrator

exsecrator
exsēcrātor
noun
an execrator

exsecratus
exsecrātus
adjective
accursed

exsecratus
exsēcrātus
adjective
accursed

exsecratus
exsēcrātus
adjective

exsecratus
exsecrātus
adjective

exsecro
exsecrō
adjective
accursed

exsecror
exsēcror
verb
to curse

exsecror
exsecror
verb
to curse

exsectio
exsectiō
noun
a cutting out

exsector
exsector
noun
one who mutilates

exsectus
exsectus
adjective

exsecutio
exsecūtiō
noun
an accomplishing

exsecutor
exsecūtor
noun
an accomplisher

exsecutorius
exsecūtōrius
adjective
executive

exsecutus
exsecūtus
adjective

exsecutus
exsecūtus
adjective

exsensus
exsensus
adjective
void of feeling

exsequens
exsequens
adjective

exsequens
exsequens
adjective

exsequi
exsequī
adverb
searching after

exsequia
exsequia
noun
A funeral procession

exsequiale
exsequiāle
noun
funeral rites

exsequialis
exsequiālis
adjective
of or belonging to a funeral

exsequior
exsequior
verb
to perform the funeral rites

exsequor
exsequor
verb
to follow to the end

exsercio
exserciō
verb
to make up for

exsercio
exserciō
cross-reference

exsercio
exserciō
verb
to patch up

exsero
exserō
verb
v. a.

exserte
exsertē
adverb
openly

exserto
exsertō
verb
To stretch out

exsertus
exsertus
adjective

exsertus
exsertus
adjective

exsibilo
exsībilō
verb
to hiss out or forth

exsiccatio
exsiccātiō
noun
a drying up

exsiccatus
exsiccātus
adjective

exsiccatus
exsiccātus
adjective
dried up

exsiccesco
exsiccescō
verb
to dry up

exsicco
exsiccō
verb
to dry up

exsico
exsicō
verb

exsigno
exsignō
verb
to write out

exsilio
exsiliō
verb
to spring out

exsilium
exsilium
noun
banishment

exsinceratus
exsinceratus
adverb

exsinuo
exsinuō
verb
to unfold

exsisto
exsistō
verb
to step out or forth

exsolesco
exsolescō
verb
to become disused to

exsolo
exsolō
verb
to be an exile or banished person

exsolutio
exsolūtiō
noun
A release

exsolutus
exsolūtus
adjective

exsolvo
exsolvō
verb
to loose

exsomnis
exsomnis
adjective
sleepless

exsono
exsonō
verb
to resound

exsorbeo
exsorbeō
verb
to suck out

exsordesco
exsordescō
verb
to become defiled

exsors
exsors
adjective
without lot

exspargo
exspargō
cross-reference

exspargo
exspargō
verb
to sprinkle

exspatior
exspatior
verb
to wander from the course

exspectabilis
exspectābilis
adjective
to be expected

exspectatio
exspectātiō
noun
an awaiting

exspectator
exspectātor
noun
a spectator

exspectatrix
exspectātrix
noun
she that expects or awaits

exspectatus
exspectātus
adjective

exspectatus
exspectātus
adjective
anxiously expected

exspecto
exspectō
verb
to look out for a thing

exspergo
exspergō
verb
to sprinkle

exspersus
exspersus
adjective

exspes
exspes
adjective
without hope

exspiratio
exspīrātiō
noun
a breathing out

exspiro
exspīrō
verb
to breathe out

exsplendesco
exsplendescō
verb
to shine forth

exspoliatio
exspoliātiō
noun
a spoiling

exspoliator
exspoliātor
noun
a pillager

exspolio
exspoliō
verb
to spoil

exspretus
exsprētus
adverb

exspuitio
exspuitiō
noun
a spitting out

exspumo
exspūmō
verb
to froth or foam out

exspuo
exspuō
verb
to spit out

exstans
exstans
adjective
projecting

exstantia
exstantia
noun
a standing out

exstasis
exstasis
noun
terror

exsterno
exsternō
verb
to drive beside one's self

exstillo
exstillō
verb
to drop or trickle out

exstimulator
exstimulātor
noun
an inciter

exstimulo
exstimulō
verb
to prick up

exstinctio
exstinctiō
noun
a putting out

exstinctor
exstinctor
noun
an extinguisher

exstinctus
exstinctus
adjective

exstinctus
exstinctus
noun
an extinguishing

exstinguibilis
exstinguibilis
adjective
extinguishable

exstinguo
exstinguō
verb
to put out

exstirpatio
exstirpātiō
noun
a rooting out

exstirpator
exstirpātor
noun
an uprooter

exstirpatrix
exstirpātrix
noun
she who destroys or wastes

exstirpo
exstirpō
verb
to pluck up by the stem or root

exsto
exstō
verb
to stand out or forth

exstructio
exstructiō
noun
a building up

exstructor
exstructor
noun
he who builds up

exstructorius
exstructōrius
adjective
that builds up

exstructus
exstructus
adjective

exstructus
exstructus
adjective
highbuilt

exstruo
exstruō
verb
to pile or heap up

exsuccidus
exsuccidus
cross-reference
without juice

exsucco
exsuccō
verb
to deprive of juice

exsuccus
exsuccus
adjective
without juice

exsucidus
exsūcidus
cross-reference
without juice

exsuco
exsūcō
verb
to deprive of juice

exsuctus
exsuctus
adjective
sucked out

exsuctus
exsuctus
adjective

exsucus
exsūcus
adjective
without juice

exsudo
exsūdō
verb
to come out by sweating

exsufflator
exsufflātor
noun
one who blows at

exsufflo
exsufflō
verb
To blow away

exsugeo
exsūgeō
verb

exsugo
exsūgō
verb
to suck out

exsul
exsul
noun
a banished person

exsularis
exsulāris
adjective
of or belonging to exile or to exiles

exsulatio
exsulātiō
noun
banishment

exsulator
exsulātor
noun
a banisher

exsulatus
exsulātus
noun
banishment

exsulor
exsulor
verb

exsulo
exsulō
verb
to be an exile or banished person

exsultabundus
exsultābundus
adjective
leaping for joy

exsultans
exsultans
adjective

exsultans
exsultans
adjective

exsultanter
exsultanter
adverb
diffusely

exsultantia
exsultantia
noun
a springing up

exsultatio
exsultātiō
noun
a springing up

exsultativus
exsultātīvus
adjective
triumphant

exsultim
exsultim
adverb
leaping about

exsulto
exsultō
verb
to spring vigorously

exsuperabilis
exsuperābilis
adjective
that may be overcome

exsuperans
exsuperans
adjective
surpassing

exsuperans
exsuperans
adjective

exsuperantia
exsuperantia
noun
pre-eminence

exsuperatio
exsuperātiō
noun
exaggeration

exsuperator
exsuperātor
noun
a conqueror

exsuperatorius
exsuperātōrius
adjective
conquering

exsupero
exsuperō
verb
to mount up

exsurdo
exsurdō
verb
to render deaf

exsurgo
exsurgō
verb
to rise up

exsurrectio
exsurrectiō
noun
an arising

exsuscitatio
exsuscitātiō
noun
an awakening

exsuscito
exsuscitō
verb
to rouse from sleep

extabesco
extābescō
verb
to pass away completely

extaediatus
extaediātus
adjective
worn out

extalis
extālis
noun
the straight gut

extantia
extantia
noun
a standing out

extantia
extantia
noun

extaris
extāris
adjective
of or belonging to the entrails

extasis
extasis
cross-reference

extasis
extasis
noun
terror

extemplo
extemplō
adverb
immediately

extemporalis
extemporālis
adjective
on the spur of the moment

extemporalitas
extemporālitās
noun
the faculty of extemporaneous speaking or versifying

extemporaliter
extemporāliter
adverb
extemporaneously

extempulo
extempulō
adverb

extempulo
extempulo
adverb
immediately

extendo
extendō
verb
to stretch out

extense
extensē
adverb
at length

extensio
extensiō
noun
A stretching out

extensipes
extensipes
adjective
another name for

extensivus
extensīvus
adjective
extensive or what may be extended

extensor
extensor
noun
he who

extensus
extensus
adjective

extente
extentē
adverb
widely

extente
extentē
adverb
widely

extentero
extenterō
verb
to disembowel

extentio
extentiō
noun
a stretching out

extento
extentō
verb
to stretch out

extentus
extentus
noun
a stretching out

extentus
extentus
adjective

extentus
extentus
adjective
extended

extenuatio
extenuātiō
noun
a thinning

extenuatorius
extenuātōrius
adjective
attenuating

extenuatus
extenuātus
adjective
thinned

extenuatus
extenuātus
adjective

extenuo
extenuō
verb
to make thin

exter
exter
adjective
on the outside

exterebro
exterebrō
verb
to extract by boring

extergeo
extergeō
verb
to wipe out or off

extergo
extergō
verb
to wipe out or off

exterior
exterior
adjective
outward

exterius
exterius
adverb
on the outer side

extermentarium
extermentārium
cross-reference

exterminabilis
exterminābilis
adjective
that may be destroyed

exterminatio
exterminātiō
noun
a destruction

exterminator
exterminātor
noun
an ejector

exterminium
exterminium
noun
a driving away

extermino
exterminō
verb
to drive out or away

exterminus
exterminus
adjective
taking one's self off

externatus
externātus
adjective
terrified

externatus
externātus
adjective

externo
externō
verb
to drive beside one's self

externus
externus
adjective
outward

extero
exterō
verb
to rub out

exterraneus
exterrāneus
cross-reference

exterrenus
exterrēnus
cross-reference

exterreo
exterreō
verb
to strike with terror

extersus
extersus
noun
a rubbing dry

exterus
exterus
adjective
on the outside

extexo
extexō
verb
to unweave

extillo
extillō
verb

extillo
extillō
verb
to drop or trickle out

extimesco
extimescō
verb
to be greatly afraid of

extimulator
extimulātor
noun
an inciter

extimulo
extimulō
verb
to prick up

extimulo
extimulō
verb

extimus
extimus
adjective
the outermost

extimus
extimus
adjective

extinctio
extinctiō
noun
a putting out

extinctor
extinctor
noun
an extinguisher

extinctus
extinctus
cross-reference

extinctus
extinctus
adjective

extinctus
extinctus
noun
an extinguishing

extinguibilis
extinguibilis
adjective
extinguishable

extinguo
extinguo
cross-reference

extinguo
extinguō
verb
to put out

extirpatio
extirpātiō
noun
a rooting out

extirpator
extirpātor
noun
an uprooter

extirpatrix
extirpātrix
noun
she who destroys or wastes

extirpo
extirpō
verb

extirpo
extirpō
verb
to pluck up by the stem or root

extispex
extispex
noun
one who prophesies by inspecting the entrails of animals

extispicium
extispicium
noun
an inspection of the entrails for the purpose of prophesying

extispicus
extispicus
noun

exto
extō
verb
to stand out or forth

exto
extō
cross-reference

extollentia
extollentia
noun
pride

extollo
extollō
verb
to lift out or up

extorpesco
extorpescō
verb
to grow numb or torpid

extorqueo
extorqueō
verb
to twist out

extorreo
extorreō
verb
to parch up

extorris
extorris
adjective
driven out of the country

extorsio
extorsiō
noun
an extortion

extortor
extortor
noun
an extorter

extortus
extortus
adjective

extra
extrā
adverb
praep

extracludo
extrāclūdō
verb
to exclude

extraclusus
extraclūsus
adjective
shut out

extractorius
extractōrius
adjective
drawing out

extractus
extractus
adjective

extraho
extrahō
verb
to draw out or forth

extramundanus
extrāmundānus
adjective
beyond the world

extramuranus
extrāmūrānus
adjective
without the walls

extranaturalis
extrānātūrālis
adjective
beyond nature

extranee
extrāneē
adverb
strangely

extraneo
extrāneō
verb
to treat as a stranger

extraneus
extrāneus
adjective
that is without

extraneus
extrāneus
noun
a stranger

extraordinarie
extraordināriē
adverb
with excessive frequency

extraordinarius
extraordinārius
adjective
out of the common order

extrarius
extrārius
adjective
outward

extremitas
extrēmitās
noun
the extremity

extremo
extremō
adverb
For the last time

extremum
extrēmum
noun
an end

extremum
extremum
adverb
For the last time

extremus
extrēmus
adjective
the outermost

extricor
extrīcor
verb

extrico
extrīcō
verb
to disentangle

extrilidus
extrilidus
adjective
unterrified

extrinsecus
extrinsecus
adjective
outer

extrinsecus
extrinsecus
adverb
from without

extritus
extrītus
adjective

extro
extrō
verb
to go out from

extrorsus
extrorsus
adverb
in an outward direction

extructio
extructiō
noun
a building up

extructor
extructor
noun
he who builds up

extructorius
extructōrius
adjective
that builds up

extructus
extructus
adjective

extructus
extructus
adjective
highbuilt

extrudo
extrūdō
verb
to thrust out or forth

extruo
extruō
verb
to pile or heap up

extruo
extruō
verb

extrusus
extrūsus
adjective

extuberatio
extūberātiō
noun
a tumor

extubero
extūberō
verb
to swell out or up

extum
extum
noun
the nobler internal organs of the body

extumeo
extumeō
verb
to swell up

extumidus
extumidus
adjective
raised

extumus
extumus
adjective
the outermost

extumus
extumus
adjective

extundo
extundō
verb
to beat out

exturbo
exturbō
verb
to drive or thrust out

extussio
extussiō
verb
to cough up

exuberans
exuberans
adverb
Superfluous

exuberante
exuberantē
adverb
superfluously

exuberantia
exūberantia
noun
superabundance

exuberatio
exūberātiō
noun
superabundance

exubero
exūberō
verb
to come forth in abundance

exuccus
exuccus
cross-reference

exucidus
exūcidus
cross-reference
without juice

exuco
exūcō
verb
to deprive of juice

exuctus
exuctus
cross-reference

exuctus
exuctus
adjective
sucked out

exuctus
exuctus
adjective

exucus
exūcus
adjective
without juice

exudo
exūdō
verb

exudo
exūdō
verb
to come out by sweating

exufflator
exufflātor
noun
one who blows at

exufflo
exufflō
verb
To blow away

exugeo
exūgeō
verb

exugo
exūgō
verb
to suck out

exugo
exūgō
verb

exul
exul
cross-reference

exul
exul
noun
a banished person

exularis
exulāris
adjective
of or belonging to exile or to exiles

exulatio
exulātiō
noun
banishment

exulator
exulātor
noun
a banisher

exulatus
exulātus
noun
banishment

exulceratio
exulcerātiō
noun
a soreness

exulceratorius
exulcerātōrius
adjective
of or pertaining to festering or ulceration

exulceratrix
exulcerātrix
noun
she who causes soreness or exulceration

exulcero
exulcerō
verb
to make sore

exulor
exulor
verb

exulo
exulō
verb
to be an exile or banished person

exulo
exulō
verb

exultabundus
exultābundus
adjective
leaping for joy

exultans
exultans
adjective

exultans
exultans
adjective

exultantia
exultantia
noun
a springing up

exultatio
exultātiō
noun
a springing up

exultativus
exultātīvus
adjective
triumphant

exultim
exultim
adverb
leaping about

exulto
exultō
verb

exulto
exultō
verb
to spring vigorously

exululo
exululō
verb
to howl or cry out

exunctus
exunctus
adjective

exundantia
exundantia
noun
an overflow

exundatio
exundātiō
noun
an overflowing

exundo
exundō
verb
to flow out or over

exungo
exungō
verb
to anoint

exunguis
exunguis
adjective
without claws

exungulo
exungulō
verb
to lose the hoof

exuo
exuō
verb
to draw out or off

exuperabilis
exuperābilis
adjective
that may be overcome

exuperans
exuperans
adjective

exuperans
exuperans
adjective
surpassing

exuperantia
exuperantia
noun
pre-eminence

exuperatio
exuperātiō
noun
exaggeration

exuperatorius
exuperātōrius
adjective
conquering

exupero
exuperō
verb

exupero
exuperō
verb
to mount up

exurdo
exurdō
verb
to render deaf

exurgeo
exurgeō
verb
to squeeze out

exurgo
exurgō
verb

exurgo
exurgō
verb
to rise up

exuro
exūrō
verb
to burn out

exuscitatio
exuscitātiō
noun
an awakening

exuscito
exuscitō
verb
to rouse from sleep

exuscito
exuscitō
verb

exustio
exustiō
noun
A burning up

exustus
exustus
adjective

exutio
exūtiō
noun
an exclusion

exutus
exūtus
adjective

exuvia
exuvia
noun
that which is stripped

exvaporo
exvapōrō
verb

exveho
exvehō
verb

exvibrisso
exvībrissō
verb

 
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