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faba
faba
noun
a bean

fabalis
fabālis
adjective
of beans

fabella
fābella
noun
a little history

faber
faber
noun
a workman

faber
faber
adjective
constructive

fabrefactus
fabrēfactus
adjective
skilfully made

fabrica
fabrica
noun
a joiner's shop

fabricatio
fabricātiō
noun
a structure

fabricator
fabricātor
noun
an artificer

fabrico
fabricō
verb
to make

fabricor
fabricor
verb
to make

fabrilis
fabrīlis
adjective
of an artificer

fabula
fābula
noun
a narration

fabulor
fābulor
verb
to speak

fabulosus
fābulōsus
adjective
full of fables

facesso
facessō
verb
to despatch

facete
facētē
adverb
finely

facetia
facētia
noun
wit

facetus
facētus
adjective
fine

facies
faciēs
noun
appearance

facile
facile
adverb
easily

facilis
facilis
adjective
easy to do

facilitas
facilitās
noun
easiness

facinerosus
facinerōsus
adjective
criminal

facinorosus
facinorōsus
adjective
criminal

facinus
facinus
noun
a deed

facio
faciō
verb
to make

facteon
facteon
interjection
[formed like a Greek verbal adjective] it must be counted worthless

factio
factiō
noun
a making

factiosus
factiōsus
adjective
partisan

factito
factitō
verb
to do frequently

factum
factum
noun
a deed

factus
factus
adjective
elaborate

facula
facula
noun
a little torch

facultas
facultās
noun
capability

facunde
fācundē
adverb
eloquently

facundia
fācundia
noun
eloquence

facundus
fācundus
adjective
speaking easily

faecula
faecula
noun
burnt wine-crust

faeles
faelēs
noun
a cat

faeles
faelēs
cross-reference

faenebris
faenebris
adjective
of interest

faeneratio
faenerātiō
noun
a lending on interest

faenerator
faenerātor
noun
a money-lender

faeneror
faeneror
verb
to lend on interest

faenero
faenerō
verb
to lend on interest

faenile
faenile
noun
a hay-loft

faenum
faenum
noun
hay

faenus
faenus
noun
the profit of capital

faex
faex
noun
grounds

fagineus
fāgineus
adjective
of beech

faginus
fāginus
adjective
of beech

fagus
fāgus
noun
a beech-tree

fala
fala
noun
a movable tower

falarica
falārica
noun
a fire-brand (as a missile in war)

falcarius
falcārius
noun
a sickle-maker

falcatus
falcātus
adjective
armed with scythes

falcifer
falcifer
adjective
sickle-bearing

Falernus
Falernus
adjective
falernian

fallacia
fallācia
noun
deceit

fallaciloquus
fallāciloquus
adjective
speaking deceitfully

fallaciter
fallāciter
adverb
deceitfully

fallax
fallāx
adjective
deceitful

fallo
fallō
verb
to trip

falsiparens
falsiparēns
adjective
having a pretended father

falso
falsō
adverb
untruly

falsum
falsum
noun
an untruth

falsus
falsus
adjective
deceptive

falx
falx
noun
a curved blade

fama
fāma
noun
a report

famelicus
famēlicus
adjective
suffering from hunger

fames
famēs
noun
hunger

familia
familia
noun
the slaves in a household

familiaris
familiāris
adjective
of a house

familiaritas
familiāritās
noun
familiarity

familiariter
familiāriter
adverb
intimately

famosus
fāmōsus
adjective
much talked of

famula
famula
noun
a maid-servant

famularis
famulāris
adjective
of servants

famulatus
famulātus
noun
slavery

famulor
famulor
verb
to be a slave

famulus
famulus
adjective
serving

fanaticus
fānāticus
adjective
inspired

fandus
fandus
adjective
to be uttered

fanum
fānum
noun
a shrine

far
fār
noun
a sort of grain

farcio
farciō
verb
to stuff

farina
farīna
noun
flour

faris
fāris
cross-reference

farrago
farrāgō
noun
mixed fodder

farratus
farrātus
adjective
made of corn

fartor
fartor
noun
a fattener of fowls

fartus
fartus
participle
p. of farcio

fas
fās
noun
the dictates of religion

fascea
fascea
noun
a band

fasceola
fasceola
noun
a small bandage

fascia
fascia
noun
a band

fasciculus
fasciculus
noun
a small bundle

fascino
fascinō
verb
to enchant

fascinum
fascinum
noun
[properly] a charm

fasciola
fasciola
noun
a small bandage

fascis
fascis
noun
a bundle

fassus
fassus
participle
p. of fateor

fastidio
fastīdiō
verb
to feel disgust

fastidiose
fastīdiōsē
adverb
squeamishly

fastidiosus
fastīdiōsus
adjective
full of disgust

fastidium
fastīdium
noun
nausea

fastigate
fastīgātē
adverb
having a slope like a gable

fastigatus
fastīgātus
adjective
pointed

fastigium
fastīgium
noun
the top of a gable

fastus
fāstus
noun
see fasti

fastus
fāstus
adjective
not forbidden

fastus
fastus
noun
scornful contempt

fastus
fāstus
noun
a register of judicial days

fatalis
fātālis
adjective
of fate

fataliter
fātāliter
adverb
according to fate

fateor
fateor
verb
to confess

faticanus
fāticanus
adjective
prophetic

faticinus
fāticinus
adjective
prophetic

fatidicus
fātidicus
adjective
prophesying

fatifer
fātifer
adjective
that brings death

fatigatio
fatīgātiō
noun
weariness

fatigo
fatīgō
verb
to weary

fatiloquus
fātiloquus
adjective
prophesying

fatisco
fatīscō
verb
to open in chinks

fatuitas
fatuitās
noun
folly

fatum
fātum
noun
an utterance

fatur
fātur
cross-reference

fatus
fātus
participle
p. of * for

fatuus
fatuus
adjective
speaking by inspiration

Faunus
Faunus
noun
a mythical king of Latium

fauste
faustē
adverb
favorably

Faustitas
Faustitās
noun
as a goddess

faustus
faustus
adjective
of favorable omen

fautor
fautor
noun
a favorer

fautrix
fautrīx
noun
a patroness

faux
faux
noun
the upper part of the throat

favens
favēns
adjective
favorable

faveo
faveō
verb
to be favorable

favilla
favīlla
noun
cinders

Favonius
Favōnius
noun
the west wind

favor
favor
noun
favor

favorabilis
favōrābilis
adjective
favored

favus
favus
noun
a honey-comb

fax
fax
noun
a torch

faxim
faxim
cross-reference

faxitur
faxitur
cross-reference
pass. for factum erit

faxo
faxō
cross-reference

febricula
febricula
noun
a slight fever

febriculosus
febrīculōsus
adjective
feverish

febris
febris
noun
a fever

Februarius
Februārius
adjective
of purifying

februum
februum
noun
expiatory rites

fecula
fēcula
noun
burnt wine-crust

fecula
fēcula
cross-reference

fecunditas
fēcunditās
noun
fruitfulness

fecundo
fēcundō
verb
to make fruitful

fecundus
fēcundus
adjective
fruitful

fel
fel
noun
the gall-bladder

feles
fēlēs
noun
a cat

felicitas
fēlīcitās
noun
fertility

feliciter
fēlīciter
adverb
fruitfully

felix
fēlīx
adjective
fruitful

femella
fēmella
noun
a young female

femen
femen
cross-reference

femina
fēmina
noun
a female

femineus
fēmineus
adjective
of a woman

femur
femur
noun
the thigh

fenebris
fenebris
adjective
of interest

fenebris
fēnebris
cross-reference

fener
fēner
cross-reference

feneratio
fēnerātiō
noun
a lending on interest

fenerator
fēnerātor
noun
a money-lender

feneror
fēneror
verb
to lend on interest

fenestra
fenestra
noun
an opening for light

fenum
fēnum
cross-reference

fenum
fēnum
noun
hay

fenus
fēnus
noun
the profit of capital

fenus
fēnus
cross-reference

fera
fera
noun
a wild beast

feraciter
ferāciter
adverb
fruitfully

feralis
fērālis
adjective
of a funeral

ferax
ferāx
adjective
fruit-bearing

ferculum
ferculum
noun
a means of carrying

fere
ferē
adverb
closely

ferendus
ferendus
participle
p. of fero

ferentarius
ferentārius
noun
a class of light-armed troops

Ferentinum
Ferentīnum
noun
a small town of Latium

Feretrius
Feretrius
noun
god of trophies

feretrum
feretrum
noun
a litter

feria
fēria
noun
days of rest

feriatus
fēriātus
adjective
keeping holiday

ferinus
ferīnus
adjective
of wild animals

ferio
feriō
verb
to strike

feritas
feritās
noun
wildness

ferme
fermē
adverb
closely

fermentum
fermentum
noun
a means of fermentation

fero
ferō
verb
to bear

ferocia
ferōcia
noun
wildness

ferocitas
ferōcitās
noun
wildness

ferociter
ferōciter
adverb
courageously

Feronia
Fērōnia
noun
an early Italian goddess of groves and fountains

ferox
ferōx
adjective
wild

ferramentum
ferramentum
noun
implements of iron

ferraria
ferrāria
noun
an iron-mine

ferratus
ferrātus
adjective
furnished with iron

ferreus
ferreus
adjective
made of iron

ferrugineus
ferrūgineus
adjective
of an iron gray color

ferrugo
ferrūgō
noun
iron-rust

ferrum
ferrum
noun
iron

fertilis
fertilis
adjective
fruitful

fertilitas
fertilitās
noun
fruitfulness

ferula
ferula
noun
a reed

ferus
ferus
adjective
wild

fervefactus
fervefactus
adjective
made hot

fervens
fervēns
adjective
boiling hot

ferveo
ferveō
verb
to be boiling hot

fervidus
fervidus
adjective
glowing

fervo
fervō
verb
to boil

fervor
fervor
noun
a boiling heat

Fescinninus
Fescinnīnus
adjective
of Fescennia (a city of Etruria)

fessus
fessus
adjective
wearied

festinans
fēstīnāns
adjective
hasty

festinanter
fēstīnanter
adverb
hastily

festinatio
fēstīnātiō
noun
a hastening

festino
fēstīnō
verb
to hasten

festinus
fēstīnus
adjective
hasty

festive
fēstīvē
adverb
humorously

festivitas
fēstīvitās
noun
good-fellowship

festivus
fēstīvus
adjective
agreeable

festum
fēstum
noun
a holiday

festus
fēstus
adjective
of holidays

fetialis
fētiālis
adjective
speaking

fetidus
fētidus
adjective
of an ill smell

fetor
fētor
noun
a bad smell

fetura
fētūra
noun
a bringing forth

fetus
fētus
adjective
filled with young

fetus
fētus
noun
a bringing forth

fi
cross-reference
imper. of fio

fibra
fibra
noun
a fibre

fibula
fībula
noun
a fastening

ficedula
fīcedula
noun
a figpecker

ficella
fīcella
noun
a figpecker

ficte
fictē
adverb
feignedly

fictilis
fictilis
adjective
made of clay

fictor
fictor
noun
a moulder

fictrix
fictrīx
noun
a shaper

fictum
fictum
noun
a deception

fictus
fictus
adjective
feigned

ficulnus
ficulnus
adjective
of a fig-tree

ficus
fīcus
noun
a fig-tree

fide
fīdē
adverb

fidelis
fidēlis
adjective
trusty

fidelitas
fidēlitās
noun
faithfulness

fideliter
fidēliter
adverb
faithfully

fidens
fīdēns
adjective
confident

fidenter
fīdenter
adverb
confidently

fidentia
fīdentia
noun
confidence

fides
fidēs
noun
trust

fides
fidēs
noun
a chord

fidicen
fidicen
noun
a luteplayer

fidicina
fidicina
noun
a female lute-player

fidicula
fidicula
noun
a small stringed instrument

Fidius
Fidius
noun
the god of faith

fido
fīdō
verb
to trust

fiducia
fīdūcia
noun
trust

fiduciarius
fīdūciārius
adjective
intrusted

fidus
fīdus
adjective
trusty

figo
fīgō
verb
to fix

figulus
figulus
noun
a potter

figura
figūra
noun
a form

figuratus
figurātus
adjective
formed

figuro
figūrō
verb
to form

filia
fīlia
noun
a daughter

filicatus
filicātus
adjective
adorned with fern

filiola
fīliola
noun
a little daughter

filiolus
fīliolus
noun
a little son

filius
fīlius
noun
a son

filix
filix
noun
fern

filum
fīlum
noun
a thread

fimbria
fimbria
noun
fibres

fimus
fimus
noun
[only singular] a reeking substance

finctus
finctus
cross-reference

finctus
finctus
adjective
feigned

findo
findō
verb
to cleave

fingo
fingō
verb
to touch

finiens
fīniēns
noun
[only plur] a boundary

finio
fīniō
verb
to limit

finis
fīnis
noun
that which divides

finite
fīnītē
adverb
within limits

finitimus
fīnitimus
adjective
bordering upon

finitor
fīnītor
noun
a limiter

finitumus
fīnitumus
adjective
bordering upon

finitus
fīnītus
adjective
[in rhetoric] rounded

fio
fīō
verb
to be done

firmamen
fīrmāmen
noun
a prop

firmamentum
fīrmāmentum
noun
a strengthening

firmator
fīrmātor
noun
a confirmer

firmatus
fīrmātus
participle
p. of firmo

firme
fīrmē
adverb
firmly

firmitas
fīrmitās
noun
firmness

firmiter
fīrmiter
adverb
steadfastly

firmitudo
fīrmitūdō
noun
firmness

firmo
fīrmō
verb
to make firm

firmus
fīrmus
adjective
strong

fiscella
fiscella
noun
a small woven basket

fiscina
fiscina
noun
a woven basket

fiscus
fiscus
noun
[properly] a woven-basket

fissilis
fissilis
adjective
that may be cleft

fissio
fissiō
noun
a cleaving

fissum
fissum
noun
a cleft

fissus
fissus
participle
p. of findo

fistuca
fistūca
noun
a rammer

fistula
fistula
noun
a pipe

fistulator
fistulātor
noun
a piper

fisus
fīsus
participle
p. of fido

fixus
fīxus
adjective
fixed

flabellulum
flābellulum
noun
a little fan

flabellum
flabellum
noun
a small fan

flabilis
flābilis
adjective
airy

flabrum
flābrum
noun
blasts

flacceo
flacceō
verb
to be flaccid

flaccesco
flaccēscō
verb
to wither

flaccus
flaccus
adjective
flabby

flagello
flagellō
verb
to scourge

flagellum
flagellum
noun
a whip

flagitatio
flāgitātiō
noun
a pressing request

flagitator
flāgitātor
noun
an importunate asker

flagitiose
flāgitiōsē
adverb
shamefully

flagitiosus
flāgitiōsus
adjective
shameful

flagitium
flāgitium
noun
a shameful act

flagito
flāgitō
verb
to demand urgently

flagrans
flagrāns
adjective
flaming

flagranter
flagranter
adverb
ntly

flagrantia
flagrantia
noun
a glow

flagro
flagrō
verb
to flame

flagrum
flagrum
noun
a whip

flamen
flāmen
noun
a blowing

flamen
flāmen
noun
a priest (of one deity)

flaminica
flāminica
noun
the wife of a flamen

flaminium
flāminium
noun
the office of flamen

flamma
flamma
noun
a blazing fire

flammans
flammāns
participle
pP. of flammo

flammatus
flammātus
participle
pP. of flammo

flammeolum
flammeolum
noun
a small bridal veil

flammeum
flammeum
noun
a red bridal veil

flammeus
flammeus
adjective
flaming

flammifer
flammifer
adjective
flame-bearing

flammo
flammō
verb
to kindle

flammula
flammula
noun
a little flame

flamonium
flāmonium
noun
the office of flamen

flatus
flātus
noun
a blowing

flavens
flāvēns
adjective
golden yellow

flavesco
flāvēscō
verb
to become golden yellow

flavus
flāvus
adjective
golden yellow

flebilis
flēbilis
adjective
to be wept over

flebiliter
flēbiliter
adverb
mournfully

flecto
flectō
verb
to bend

fleo
fleō
verb
to weep

fletus
flētus
participle
p. of fleo

fletus
flētus
noun
a weeping

flexanimus
flexanimus
adjective
moving

flexibilis
flexibilis
adjective
pliant

flexilis
flexilis
adjective
pliant

flexiloquus
flexiloquus
adjective
ambiguous

flexio
flexiō
noun
a bending

flexipes
flexipēs
adjective
with crooked feet

flexuosus
flexuōsus
adjective
full of turns

flexus
flexus
noun
a bending

flexus
flexus
adjective
bent

flictus
flīctus
noun
a striking

flo
flō
verb
to blow

floccus
floccus
noun
[of wool or hair etc] a lock

florens
flōrēns
adjective
blooming

floreo
flōreō
verb
to bloom

floresco
flōrēscō
verb
to blossom

floreus
flōreus
adjective
of flowers

floridulus
flōridulus
adjective
somewhat blooming

floridus
flōridus
adjective
in bloom

florilegus
flōrilegus
adjective
flower-culling

florus
flōrus
adjective
bright

flos
flōs
noun
a blossom

flosculus
flōsculus
noun
a little flower

fluctuatio
fluctuātiō
noun
a wavering

fluctuor
fluctuor
verb
to waver

fluctuo
fluctuō
verb
to move in waves

fluctus
fluctus
noun
a flood

fluens
fluēns
adjective
lax

fluentisonus
fluentisonus
adjective
waveresounding

fluentum
fluentum
noun
a flow

fluidus
fluidus
adjective
flowing

fluito
fluitō
verb
to float

flumen
flūmen
noun
a flowing

flumineus
flūmineus
adjective
of a river

fluo
fluō
verb
to flow

fluvialis
fluviālis
adjective
of a river

fluviatilis
fluviātilis
adjective
of a river

fluvius
fluvius
noun
a river

fluxus
fluxus
adjective
flowing

for
for
verb
to speak

focale
fōcāle
noun
a neck-cloth

foculus
foculus
noun
a sacrificial hearth

focus
focus
noun
a fire-place

fodico
fodicō
verb
to dig

fodio
fodiō
verb
to dig

foecund
foecund
cross-reference

foede
foedē
adverb
foully

foederatus
foederātus
adjective
leagued

foedifragus
foedifragus
adjective
leaguebreaking

foeditas
foeditās
noun
foulness

foedo
foedō
verb
to make foul

foedus
foedus
noun
a league

foedus
foedus
adjective
foul

foen
foen
cross-reference

foet
foet
cross-reference

foetidus
foetidus
adjective
of an ill smell

foetor
foetor
noun
a bad smell

foliatum
foliātum
noun
an ointment of leaves of spikenard

folium
folium
noun
a leaf (of a plant)

folliculus
folliculus
noun
a small bag

follis
follis
noun
a pair of bellows

fomentum
fomentum
noun
a warm application

fomes
fōmes
noun
kindling-wood

fons
fōns
noun
a spring

fontanus
fontānus
adjective
of a spring

fonticulus
fonticulus
noun
a little spring

forabilis
forābilis
adjective
that may be pierced

foramen
forāmen
noun
an opening

foras
forās
adverb
out through the doors

forceps
forceps
noun
a pair of tongs

fordeum
fordeum
noun
barley

fordus
fordus
adjective
with young

fore
fore
cross-reference

forem
forem
cross-reference

forensis
forēnsis
adjective
of the market

fores
forēs
cross-reference

forica
forica
noun
a public privy

foris
foris
noun
[singular] a door

foris
forīs
adverb
out at the doors

forma
fōrma
noun
a form

formica
formīca
noun
an ant

formidabilis
formīdābilis
adjective
causing fear

formido
formīdō
noun
fearfulness

formido
formīdō
verb
to fear

formidolose
formīdolōsē
adverb
fearfully

formidolosus
formīdolōsus
adjective
producing fear

formidulose
formīdulōsē
adverb
fearfully

formidulosus
formīdulōsus
adjective
producing fear

formo
fōrmō
verb
to shape

formonsus
fōrmōnsus
adjective
finely formed

formose
fōrmōsē
adverb
gracefully

formositas
fōrmōsitās
noun
beauty

formosus
fōrmōsus
adjective
finely formed

formula
fōrmula
noun
a form

fornacalis
fornācālis
adjective
of ovens

fornacula
fornācula
noun
a small oven

fornax
fornāx
noun
a furnace

fornicatus
fornicātus
adjective
vaulted

fornix
fornix
noun
an arch

fors
fors
noun
chance

forsan
forsan
adverb
perhaps

forsit
forsit
adverb
perhaps

forsitan
forsitan
adverb
perhaps

fortasse
fortasse
adverb
perhaps

fortassis
fortassis
adverb
perhaps

forte
forte
adverb
by chance

forticulus
forticulus
adjective
somewhat bold

fortis
fortis
adjective
strong

fortiter
fortiter
adverb
strongly

fortitudo
fortitūdō
noun
strength

fortuito
fortuītō
adverb
by chance

fortuitus
fortuītus
adjective
happening by chance

fortuna
fortūna
noun
chance

fortunate
fortūnātē
adverb
prosperously

fortunatus
fortūnātus
adjective
prospered

fortuno
fortūnō
verb
to make prosperous

foruli
forulī
noun
a book-case

forum
forum
noun
an open space

forus
forus
noun
a gangway (in a ship)

fossa
fossa
noun
a dilch

fossio
fossiō
noun
a digging

fossor
fossor
noun
a digger

fossus
fossus
participle
p. of fodio

fotus
fōtus
participle
p. of foveo

fovea
fovea
noun
a small pit

foveo
foveō
verb
to warm

fractus
frāctus
adjective
interrupted

fraeno
fraenō
verb
to furnish with a bridle

fraenum
fraenum
noun
a bridle

fraenum
fraenum
cross-reference

fraga
frāga
cross-reference

fragilis
fragilis
adjective
easily broken

fragilitas
fragilitās
noun
fragility

fragmen
frāgmen
noun
a broken piece

fragmentum
frāgmentum
noun
a piece broken off

fragor
fragor
noun
a crashing

fragosus
fragōsus
adjective
broken

fragrans
frāgrāns
adjective
sweet-smelling

fragum
frāgum
noun
a strawberry

framea
framea
noun
a spear

frango
frangō
verb
to break in pieces

frater
frāter
noun
a brother

fraterculus
frāterculus
noun
a little brother

fraterne
frāternē
adverb
in a brotherly manner

fraternitas
frāternitās
noun
brotherhood

fraternus
frāternus
adjective
of a brother

fratricida
frātricīda
noun
a brother's murderer

fraudatio
fraudātiō
noun
a cheating

fraudator
fraudātor
noun
a cheat

fraudatus
fraudātus
participle
p. of fraudo

fraudo
fraudō
verb
to cheat

fraudulentus
fraudulentus
adjective
cheating

fraus
fraus
noun
a cheating

fraxineus
fraxineus
adjective
of ashwood

fraxinus
fraxinus
noun
an ash-tree

fraxinus
fraxinus
adjective
of ash-wood

fremebundus
fremebundus
adjective
muttering

fremens
fremēns
participle
p. of fremo

fremidus
fremidus
adjective
murmuring

fremitus
fremitus
noun
a rushing

fremo
fremō
verb
to roar

fremor
fremor
noun
a low roaring

frendo
frendō
verb
to gnash

freno
frēnō
verb
to furnish with a bridle

frenum
frēnum
noun
a bridle

frenus
frēnus
noun
a bridle

frequens
frequēns
adjective
[people] often

frequentatio
frequentātiō
noun
a frequent use

frequentatus
frequentātus
adjective
full

frequenter
frequenter
adverb
often

frequentia
frequentia
noun
an assembling in great numbers

frequento
frequentō
verb
to visit frequently

fretensis
fretēnsis
adjective
of a narrow sea

fretum
fretum
noun
a strait

fretus
frētus
adjective
leaning

fretus
fretus
noun
see fretum

frico
fricō
verb
to rub

frictus.
frictus.
participle
i. P. of frico

frigeo
frīgeō
verb
to be cold

frigero
frīgerō
verb
to cool

frigesco
frīgēscō
verb
to grow cold

frigidulus
frīgidulus
adjective
chilly

frigidus
frīgidus
adjective
cold

frigo
frīgō
verb
to roast

frigus
frīgus
noun
cold

fritillus
fritillus
noun
a little rattling box

frivolus
frīvolus
adjective
trifling

frondator
frondātor
noun
one who strips off leaves

frondeo
frondeō
verb
to put forth leaves

frondesco
frondēscō
verb
to become leafy

frondeus
frondeus
adjective
covered with leaves

frondosus
frondōsus
adjective
full of leaves

frons
frōns
noun
the forehead

frons
frōns
noun
a leafy branch

frontale
frontāle
noun
a frontlet

fronto
frontō
noun
one with a large forehead

fructuosus
frūctuōsus
adjective
abounding in fruit

fructus
frūctus
participle
p. of fruor

fructus
frūctus
noun
an enjoying

frugalis
frūgālis
adjective
thrifty

frugalitas
frūgālitās
noun
economy

frugaliter
frūgāliter
adverb
temperately

fruges
frūgēs
cross-reference

frugi
frūgī
adjective
useful

frugifer
frūgifer
adjective
fruit-bearing

frugilegus
frūgilegus
adjective
fruit-gathering

fruiturus
fruitūrus
participle
p. of fruor

frumentarius
frūmentārius
adjective
of corn

frumentatio
frūmentātiō
noun
a providing of corn

frumentator
frūmentātor
noun
a provider of corn

frumentor
frūmentor
verb
to fetch corn

frumentum
frūmentum
noun
corn

fruor
fruor
verb
to derive enjoyment from

frustra
frūstrā
adverb
in deception

frustratio
frūstrātiō
noun
a deception

frustror
frūstror
verb
to deceive

frustum
frūstum
noun
a piece

frutex
frutex
noun
a shrub

fruticetum
fruticētum
noun
a thicket

fruticor
fruticor
verb
to put forth shoots

fruticosus
fruticōsus
adjective
full of shrubs

frux
frūx
noun
fruit

fuat
fuat
cross-reference

fucatus
fūcātus
adjective
painted

fuco
fūcō
verb
to color

fucosus
fūcōsus
adjective
painted

fucus
fūcus
noun
a drone

fucus
fūcus
noun
rock-lichen

fueram
fueram
cross-reference

fuero
fuerō
cross-reference

fuga
fuga
noun
a fleeing

fugacius
fugācius
adverb
timidly

fugatus
fugātus
participle
p. of fugo

fugax
fugāx
adjective
apt to flee

fugiendus
fugiendus
adjective
to be avoided

fugiens
fugiēns
adjective
fleeing

fugio
fugiō
verb
to flee

fugitans
fugitāns
adjective
avoiding

fugitivus
fugitīvus
adjective
fleeing away

fugito
fugitō
verb
to flee eagerly

fugo
fugō
verb
to cause to flee

fui
fuī
cross-reference
perf. of sum

fuisse
fuisse
cross-reference
perf. of sum

fulcimen
fulcīmen
noun
a prop

fulcio
fulciō
verb
to prop up

fulcrum
fulcrum
noun
a bedpost

fulgens
fulgēns
adjective
shining

fulgeo
fulgeō
verb
to flash

fulgo
fulgō
verb
to flash

fulgo
fulgō
cross-reference

fulgor
fulgor
noun
lightning

fulgur
fulgur
noun
flashing lightning

fulguralis
fulgurālis
adjective
of lightning

fulgurator
fulgurātor
noun
an interpreter of lightning

fulguro
fulgurō
verb
to lighten

fulica
fulica
noun
a coot

fuligo
fūlīgō
noun
soot

fulix
fulix
noun
a coot poet

fulmen
fulmen
noun
a lightning flash

fulmineus
fulmineus
adjective
of lightning

fulmino
fulminō
verb
to lighten

fultura
fultūra
noun
a prop

fultus
fultus
participle
p. of fulcio

fulvus
fulvus
adjective
deep yellow

fumans
fūmāns
participle
p. of fumo

fumeus
fūmeus
adjective
full of smoke

fumidus
fūmidus
adjective
full of smoke

fumifer
fūmifer
adjective
producing smoke

fumificus
fūmificus
adjective
smoking

fumo
fūmō
verb
to smoke

fumosus
fūmōsus
adjective
full of smoke

fumus
fūmus
noun
smoke

funale
fūnāle
noun
a wax torch

funambulus
fūnambulus
noun
a ropedancer

functio
fūnctiō
noun
a discharging

functus
fūnctus
participle
p. of fungor

funda
funda
noun
a sling

fundamen
fundāmen
noun
a foundation

fundamentum
fundāmentum
noun
[plural] a foundation

fundator
fundātor
noun
a founder

fundatus
fundātus
adjective
established

funditor
funditor
noun
a slinger

funditus
funditus
adverb
from the bottom

fundo
fundō
verb
to lay the bottom

fundo
fundō
verb
to pour

fundus
fundus
noun
the bottom

funebris
fūnebris
adjective
of a funeral

funereus
fūnereus
adjective
of a funeral

funero
fūnerō
verb
to bury

funesto
fūnestō
verb
to pollute with murder

funestus
fūnestus
adjective
causing death

fungor
fungor
verb
to busy oneself

fungus
fungus
noun
a mushroom

funiculus
fūniculus
noun
a slender rope

funis
fūnis
noun
a rope

funus
fūnus
noun
a funeral procession

fur
fūr
noun
a thief

furaciter
fūrāciter
adverb

furatus
fūrātus
adjective
in secret

furax
fūrāx
adjective
given to stealing

furca
furca
noun
a two-pronged fork

furcifer
furcifer
noun
a yoke-bearer

furcilla
furcilla
noun
a little fork

furcula
furcula
noun
a forked prop

furens
furēns
adjective
raging

furenter
furenter
adverb
furiously

furfures
furfurēs
noun
bran

furia
furia
noun
a fury

furialis
furiālis
adjective
of the Furies

furialiter
furiāliter
adverb
furiously

furiatus
furiātus
adjective
enraged

furibundus
furibundus
adjective
raging

furio
furiō
verb
to drive mad

furiose
furiōsē
adverb
madly

furiosus
furiōsus
adjective
full of madness

furnus
furnus
noun
an oven

furor
fūror
verb
to steal

furo
furō
verb
to rage

furor
furor
noun
a raving

furtim
fūrtim
adverb
by stealth

furtive
fūrtīvē
adverb
stealthily

furtivus
fūrtīvus
adjective
stolen

furto
fūrtō
adverb
by stealth

furtum
fūrtum
noun
theft

furunculus
fūrunculus
noun
a petty thief

furvus
furvus
adjective
dark

fuscina
fuscina
noun
a three-pronged spear

fusco
fuscō
verb
to make swarthy

fuscus
fuscus
adjective
dark

fuse
fūsē
adverb
copiously

fusilis
fūsilis
adjective
molten

fusio
fūsiō
noun
an outpouring

fustis
fūstis
noun
a knobbed stick

fustuarium
fūstuārium
noun
a cudgelling to death (for desertion

fusus
fūsus
adjective
stretched out

fusus
fūsus
noun
a spindle

futile
fūtile
cross-reference

futilis
fūtilis
adjective
that easily pours out

futilis
fūtilis
cross-reference

futilitas
fūtilitās
cross-reference

futilitas
fūtilitās
noun
worthlessness

futtile
futtile
noun
a water-vessel

futtilis
futtilis
adjective
that easily pours out

futtilitas
futtilitās
noun
worthlessness

futuo
futuō
verb
to have carnal connection

futurus
futūrus
adjective
going to be

fututio
futūtiō
noun
copulation

 
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