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F
F
noun
bh

faba
faba
noun
a bean

fabaceus
fabāceus
adjective
of or consisting of beans

fabacia
fabācia
noun

fabacia
fabācia
noun

fabacius
fabācius
adjective
of or consisting of beans

fabaginus
fabāginus
adjective
of beans

fabale
fabāle
noun
bean-stalks

fabalis
fabālis
adjective
of or belonging to beans

Fabaria
Fabāria
noun
an island of the German Ocean

fabaria
fabāria
noun
a female dealer in beans

Fabaris
Fabaris
noun
a small tributary of the Tiber in the country of the Sabines

fabarius
fabārius
adjective
Of or belonging to beans

fabatarium
fabātārium
noun
a vessel

fabatus
fabātus
adjective
Made of beans

fabella
fābella
noun
a brief narrative

faber
faber
noun
the dory

faber
faber
adjective
workmanlike

faber
faber
noun
a worker in wood

Faberianus
Faberiānus
adjective
of or belonging to Faberius

Faberius
Faberius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

Fabianus
Fabiānus
adjective

Fabianus
Fabiānus
noun
persons of the Fabian tribe

Fabius
Fabius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

Fabius
Fabius
adjective
of or belonging to a Fabius

Fabrateria
Fabrāteria
noun
a small town in Latium

Fabrateria
Fābrāteria
noun
a small town in Latium

Fabraternus
Fabrāternus
noun
Its inhabitants

fabre
fabrē
adverb
in a workmanlike manner

fabre
fābrē
adverb
in a workmanlike manner

fabre
fābrē
adverb
skilfully

fabre
fabrē
adverb
skilfully

fabrefacio
fābrēfaciō
verb
to make

fabrefacio
fabrēfaciō
verb
to make

fabrefio
fābrēfīō
verb
to be made or fashioned skilfully

fabrefio
fabrēfīō
verb
to be made or fashioned skilfully

fabrica
fabrica
noun
the workshop of an artisan

fabrica
fābrica
noun
the workshop of an artisan

fabricabilis
fabricābilis
adjective
that may be wrought or formed

fabricabilis
fābricābilis
adjective
that may be wrought or formed

fabricatio
fabricātiō
noun
a making

fabricatio
fābricātiō
noun
a making

fabricator
fabricātor
noun
an artificer

fabricator
fābricātor
noun
an artificer

fabricatorius
fabricātōrius
adjective
creative

fabricatorius
fābricātōrius
adjective
creative

fabricatrix
fābricātrix
noun
she that contrives

fabricatrix
fabricātrix
noun
she that contrives

fabricatus
fabricātus
noun
a skilful production

fabricatus
fābricātus
noun
a skilful production

fabricensis
fabricensis
noun
an armorer

Fabricianus
Fābriciānus
adjective

Fabricius
Fābricius
adjective
name of a Roman gens. The most celebrated is

Fabricius
Fābricius
adjective
of or belonging to a Fabricius

fabrico
fabricō
verb

fabricor
fābricor
verb
to make out of wood

fabricor
fabricor
verb
to make out of wood

fabricor
fabricor
verb
to make out of wood

fabricula
fābricula
noun
a small workshop

fabricula
fabricula
noun
a small workshop

fabrificatio
fabrificātiō
noun
a making

fabrilis
fābrīlis
adjective
of or belonging to an artificer

fabrilis
fabrīlis
adjective
of or belonging to an artificer

fabriliter
fabrīliter
adverb
skilfully

fabriliter
fābrīliter
adverb
skilfully

fabrils
fabrīls
noun
mechanical tools or implements

fabrio
fābriō
verb
to make

fabrio
fabriō
verb
to make

fabula
fabula
noun

fabula
fābula
noun
a narration

fabularis
fābulāris
adjective
fabulous

fabulatio
fābulātiō
noun
narration discourse

fabulator
fābulātor
noun
a narrator

Fabulinus
Fābulīnus
noun
a deity that helped children learning to talk

fabulis
fabūlis
adjective
of or belonging to beans

fabulis
fabūlis
adjective

Fabullus
Fabullus
noun
a friend of Catullus

fabulor
fābulor
verb
to speak

fabulo
fābulō
verb

fabulose
fābulōsē
adverb
fabulously

fabulose
fābulōsē
adverb
fabulously

fabulositas
fābulōsitās
noun
fabulous invention

fabulosus
fābulōsus
adjective
fabulous

fabulus
fabulus
noun
a small bean

facelare
facēlāre
noun
a dish of pickled French beans

Facelinus
Facelīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Taurian Diana

Facelitis
Facelītis
adjective
of or belonging to the Taurian Diana

facesso
facessō
verb
v. intens. a

facete
facētē
adverb

facete
facētē
adverb

facetia
facētia
noun
a jest

facetiae
facētiaē
adverb
A witty or clever thing

facetior
facētior
verb
to talk wittily

facetus
facētus
adjective
well-made

facies
faciēs
noun
make

facile
facilē
adverb
easily

facile
facilē
adverb
easily

facilis
facilis
adjective
easy to do

facilitas
facilitās
noun
easiness

faciliter
faciliter
adverb
easily

faciliter
faciliter
adverb
easily

facinerosus
facinerosus
adjective
criminal

facinorose
facinorōsē
adverb
viciously

facinorosus
facinorōsus
adjective
criminal

facinus
facinus
noun
a deed

facio
faciō
verb
to celebrate

facitergium
facitergium
noun
a cloth or towel

facteon
facteon
verb

facteon
facteon
interjection

facticiosus
factīciōsus
cross-reference

facticius
factīcius
adjective
made by art

factio
factiō
noun
A making

factionarius
factiōnārius
noun
the head of a company of charioteers

factiose
factiōsē
adverb
mightily

factiosus
factiōsus
adjective
that has or seeks to form a party

factitamentum
factitāmentum
noun
things made

factitatio
factitātiō
noun
a making

factitator
factitātor
noun
a maker

factitius
factītius
adjective

factito
factitō
verb
to make or do frequently

factius
factius
adjective
made by art

facto
factō
verb
to make

factor
factor
noun
a maker

factorium
factōrium
noun
an oil-press

factum
factum
noun

factum
factum
noun
A making

factum
factum
noun
that which is done

factura
factūra
noun
a making

factus
factus
adjective

factus
factus
noun
A making

factus
factus
adjective

facul
facul
adverb
easily

facula
facula
noun
a little torch

facultas
facultās
noun
capability

facultatula
facultātula
noun
small or scanty means

faculter
faculter
adverb
easily

facunde
fācundē
adverb
with eloquence

facunde
fācundē
adverb
eloquently

facundia
fācundia
noun
eloquence

facundiosus
fācundiōsus
adjective
full of eloquence

facunditas
fācunditās
noun
eloquence

facundus
fācundus
adjective
that speaks with ease or fluency

Facutalis
Fācūtālis
adjective
of the beech-tree

Fadius
Fadius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

faecarius
faecārius
adjective
of or for the dregs or lees

faecatus
faecātus
adjective
made from the dregs or lees

faeceus
faeceus
adjective
impure

faecinius
faecinius
adjective
that makes or leaves dregs

faecinus
faecinus
adjective
that makes or leaves dregs

faecla
faecla
noun
burnt tartar or salt of tartar

faecosus
faecōsus
adjective
full of dregs

faecula
faecula
noun
burnt tartar or salt of tartar

faeculentia
faeculentia
noun
lees

faeculentus
faeculentus
adjective
abounding in dregs or sediment

faenarius
faenārius
adjective
of or for hay

faenarius
faenārius
noun
a seller

faenebris
faenēbris
adjective
of or relating to interest or usury

faenebris
faenebris
adjective
of or relating to interest or usury

faenerarius
faenerārius
noun
one who lends money on interest

faenerarius
faenerārius
noun
a seller of hay

faeneraticius
faenerāticius
adjective
of or relating to interest

faeneratio
faenerātiō
noun
a lending on interest

faeneratius
faenerātius
adjective
of or relating to interest

faenerato
faenerātō
adverb
with interest

faenerator
faenerātor
noun
one who lends on interest

faeneratorius
faenerātōrius
adjective
pertaining to a usurer

faeneratrix
faenerātrix
noun
a female money-lender or usurer

faeneratus
faenerātus
adjective

faeneror
faeneror
verb
to lend on interest

faeneror
faeneror
verb
to lend on interest

faenero
faenerō
verb

faeneus
faeneus
adjective
of hay

Faenicularius
Faeniculārius
cross-reference
Fennelfield

faeniculum
faeniculum
noun
fennel

faenile
faenīle
noun
a hay-loft

faenilis
faenilis
adjective

faeniseca
faeniseca
noun

faeniseca
faeniseca
noun
a mower

faenisector
faenisector
noun
a grass-cutter

faenisectum
faenisectum
noun
mown hay

faenisex
faenisex
noun
a mower

faenisicia
faenisicia
noun
mown hay

faenum
faenum
noun
Hay

faenus
faenus
noun
the proceeds of capital lent out

faenusculum
faenusculum
noun
a little interest

Faesula
Faesula
noun

Faesula
Faesula
noun
a city of Etruria

Faesulanus
Faesulānus
noun

Faesulanus
Faesulānus
noun
a Faesulan

faeteo
faeteō
verb
to have an ill smell

faetesco
faetescō
verb
to become stinking

faetidus
faetidus
adjective
that has an ill smell

faetor
faetor
noun
an offensive smell

faetulentus
faetulentus
adjective
stinking

faex
faex
noun
grounds

fageus
fāgeus
adjective
of beech

fagineus
fāgineus
adjective
of beech

faginus
fāginus
adjective
of beech

faginus
fāginus
noun
a beech-tree

fagus
fāgus
noun
a beech-tree

Fagutal
Fāgūtal
noun
the shrine of Jupiter situated there

Fagutalis
Fāgūtālis
adjective
of the beech-tree

fala
fala
noun
a scaffolding

Falacer
Falacer
noun
The name of an

Falanius
Falanius
noun
a Roman knight

falanx
falanx
noun
a band of soldiers

falarica
falārica
noun
a sort of missile wrapped with tow and pitch

falcarius
falcārius
noun
a sickle

falcastrum
falcastrum
noun
an agricultural instrument

falcatus
falcātus
adjective
armed with scythes

falcicula
falcicula
noun
a small sickle

Falcidia
Falcidia
noun
the portion secured to an heir by the Falcidian law

Falcidianus
Falcidiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Falcidius

Falcidius
Falcidius
adjective
a Roman gentile name

Falcidius
Falcidius
adjective
of Falcidius

falcifer
falcifer
adjective
sickle-bearing

falciger
falciger
adjective
sickle-bearing

falcipedius
falcipedius
adjective
bandy-legged

falco
falcō
noun
a falcon

Falcula
Falcula
noun
a Roman surname

falcula
falcula
noun
a small sickle

falere
falēre
noun
a pile or pedestal

Falerius
Falērius
noun
the capital of the

Falernum
Falernum
noun
Falernian wine

Falernus
Falernus
adjective
of or from the Falernian territory

Falernus ager
Falernus ager
expression
the Falernian territory

falisca
falisca
noun
a rack in a manger

Falisca
Falisca
noun
Their capital

Faliscus
Faliscus
noun
a people of Etruria

Faliscus
Faliscus
noun

Faliscus
Faliscus
noun

falla
falla
noun
an artifice

fallacia
fallācia
noun
deceit

fallacies
fallāciēs
noun

fallaciloquus
fallāciloquus
adjective
speaking deceitfully or falsely

fallaciosus
fallāciōsus
adjective
deceitful

fallacitas
fallācitās
noun
deceit

fallaciter
fallāciter
adverb
deceitfully

fallax
fallax
adjective
deceitful

fallo
fallō
verb
to deceive

falsarius
falsārius
noun
a forger

falsatio
falsātiō
noun
a falsifying

falsatus
falsātus
adjective
falsified

falsatus
falsātus
adjective

false
falsē
adverb

false
falsē
adverb

false
false
adverb
untruly

falsidicentia
falsidicentia
noun
habitual falsehood

falsidicus
falsidicus
adjective
speaking falsely

falsificatus
falsificātus
adjective
falsified

falsificus
falsificus
adjective
that acts falsely

falsijurius
falsijūrius
adjective
that swears falsely

falsilocus
falsilocus
adjective
that speaks falsehoods

falsiloquium
falsiloquium
noun
false speaking

falsiloquus
falsiloquus
adjective
that speaks falsehoods

falsiloquus
falsiloquus
noun
a false accuser

falsimonia
falsimōnia
noun
a trick

falsiparens
falsiparens
adjective
that has a pretended father

falsitas
falsitās
noun
falsehood

falso
falsō
adverb
untruly

falso
falsō
verb
to falsify

falso
falsō
adverb
Da

falsum
falsum
noun
falsehood

falsus
falsus
adjective

falsus
falsus
adjective
deceptive

falx
falx
noun
a sickle

fama
fāma
noun
the talk of the multitude

famatus
fāmātus
adjective
in bad odor

famel
famel
cross-reference

famelice
famēlicē
adverb
hungrily

famelico
famēlicō
verb
to make hungry

famelicosus
famēlicōsus
cross-reference

famelicus
famēlicus
adjective
suffering from hunger

famelicus
famēlicus
noun
a hungry or famished person

famella
fāmella
cross-reference

fames
famēs
noun
hunger

famescens
famescens
adjective
suffering hunger

famex
famex
noun
a bruise

famicosam
famicosam
cross-reference

famiger
fāmiger
cross-reference
spreading reports

famigerabilis
fāmigerābilis
adjective
famous

famigeratio
fāmigerātiō
noun
tale-bearing

famigerator
fāmigerātor
noun
a talebearer

famigeratus
fāmigerātus
adjective
famed

famigero
fāmigerō
cross-reference

familia
familia
noun
the slaves in a household

familiaresco
familiārescō
verb
to grow familiar or intimate

familiaricus
familiāricus
adjective
Of or belonging to the house-servants or domestics

familiaris
familiāris
noun
a servant

familiaris
familiāris
adjective
Of or belonging to servants

familiaritas
familiāritās
noun
familiarity

familiariter
familiāriter
adverb
By families

familiola
familiola
noun
a little family

famino
faminō
cross-reference

famis
famis
noun

famose
fāmōsē
adverb
with fame or glory

famositas
fāmōsitās
noun
ill fame

famosus
fāmōsus
adjective
much talked of

famul
famul
cross-reference

famula
famula
noun
a servant

famula
famula
noun

famulabundus
famulābundus
adjective
that serves zealously

famulanter
famulanter
adverb
servilely

famulanter
famulanter
adverb
servilely

famularis
famulāris
adjective
of or belonging to servants or slaves

famulatio
famulātiō
noun
a body of domestics

famulatorie
famulātōriē
adverb
slavishly

famulatorius
famulātōrius
adjective
servile

famulatrix
famulātrix
noun

famulatus
famulātus
noun
servitude

famulitas
famulitās
noun
a serving

famulitium
famulitium
noun
servitude

famulor
famulor
verb
to be a servant

famulo
famulō
verb
to use as a servant

famulus
famulus
noun
a servant

famulus
famulus
adjective
serving

fanatice
fānāticē
adverb
enthusiastically

fanatice
fānāticē
adverb
franticly

fanaticus
fānāticus
adjective
Pertaining to a temple

fandus
fandus
adjective
gerund.

fandus
fandus
adjective
that may be spoken or uttered

Fanester
Fanester
noun

fanitalis
fānitālis
adjective
pertaining to a temple

Fannianus
Fanniānus
adjective

Fannius
Fannius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

Fannius
Fannius
adjective
of or belonging to Fannius

fano
fānō
verb
to dedicate

fanulum
fānulum
noun
a small temple

fanum
fānum
noun
a place dedicated to some deity by forms of consecration

Fanum
Fanum
noun
a city in Umbria

far
far
noun
a sort of grain

farcimen
farcīmen
noun
a sausage

farciminosus
farcīminōsus
adjective
of or belonging to a disease called

farciminum
farcīminum
noun
a disease in horses and other animals

farcino
farcinō
verb
to stuff

farcio
farciō
verb
to stuff

farctum
farctum
noun
stuffing

farctura
farctūra
noun
A cramming

farctus
farctus
noun
stuffing

farctus
farctus
adjective

faredo
farēdō
noun
a kind of abscess

farfarus
farfarus
noun
the plant colt's-foot

Farfarus
Farfarus
noun

farferus
farferus
cross-reference

farferus
farferus
noun

farfugium
farfugium
noun

farina
farīna
noun
ground corn

farinaceus
farīnāceus
cross-reference

farinarium
farīnārium
cross-reference

farinarius
farīnārius
adjective
of or belonging to meal

farinosus
farīnōsus
adjective
of meal

farinula
farīnula
noun
a little meal

farinulentus
farīnulentus
adjective
mealy

farior
fārior
verb
to speak

fario
fariō
noun
a salmon-trout

faris
fāris
cross-reference

farneus
farneus
adjective
of the ashtree

farnus
farnus
noun
an ash

farraceius
farrāceius
adjective
of spelt

farraceus
farrāceus
adjective
of spelt

farrago
farrāgō
noun
mixed fodder for cattle

farrarium
farrārium
noun
a granary

farrarius
farrārius
adjective
of or belonging to spelt

farratus
farrātus
adjective
Filled with corn

farrearius
farreārius
adjective
of or belonging to grain

farreatio
farreātiō
noun
the use of speltbread in marrying

farreatus
farreātus
adjective
made with the use of spelt-bread

farreum
farreum
noun
a speltcake

farreus
farreus
adjective
made of spelt

farriculum
farriculum
noun
a small spelt-cake

farris
farris
noun
a sort of grain

farsilis
farsilis
adjective
crammed

farsura
farsūra
noun
a fattening

farsus
farsus
adjective

farticulum
farticulum
noun
a little stuffing

fartilis
fartilis
adjective
stuffed

fartim
fartim
adverb
by stuffing or cramming

fartor
fartor
noun
A stuffer

fartum
fartum
noun
stuffing

fartum
fartum
noun

fartura
fartūra
noun
A cramming

fartus
fartus
adjective

fartus
fartus
noun
stuffing

fas
fas
noun
the dictates of religion

fasce
fascē
noun
a small bandage for the legs

fascea
fascea
noun
a band

fasceatim
fasceātim
adverb

Fascelis
Fascelis
adjective
of or belonging to the Taurian Diana

Fascelis
Fascēlis
cross-reference

fasceola
fasceola
adverb

fascia
fascia
noun
a band

fasciateatim
fasciāteātim
adverb
in bundles

fasciatim
fasciātim
adverb
in bundles

fascicularium
fasciculārium
noun
things carried in bundles

fasciculus
fasciculus
noun
a small bundle

fasciger
fasciger
adjective
bearing the fasces

fascina
fascīna
noun
a bundle of sticks

fascinatio
fascinātiō
noun
an enchanting

fascinator
fascinātor
noun
an enchanter

fascinatorius
fascinātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to enchantment or witchcraft

fascino
fascinō
verb
to enchant

fascinosus
fascinōsus
adjective
with a large

fascinum
fascinum
noun
A bewitching

fascinus
fascinus
noun
A bewitching

Fascinus
Fascinus
cross-reference
the Phallus

fascio
fasciō
verb
to envelop with bands

fasciola
fasciola
noun
a small bandage for the legs

fascis
fascis
noun
a bundle

faselare
fasēlāre
noun
a dish of pickled French beans

faselars
fasēlārs
noun

faselus
fasēlus
cross-reference

faselus
fasēlus
noun
a kind of bean with an edible pod

faseolus
faseolus
noun
a kind of bean with an edible pod

fasianarius
fāsiānārius
noun
a pheasant-keeper

fasianus
fasiānus
noun

fasianus
fāsiānus
noun
Itys

fasiolos
fāsiolos
noun
a plant

fassus
fassus
adjective

fastidibilis
fastīdibilis
adjective
nauseous

fastidienter
fastīdienter
adverb
disdainfully

fastidienter
fastīdienter
adverb
disdainfully

fastidiliter
fastīdiliter
adverb
with disgust

fastidio
fastīdiō
verb
to feel disgust

fastidiose
fastīdiōsē
adverb
squeamishly

fastidiosus
fastīdiōsus
adjective
full of disgust or aversion

fastiditas
fastīditās
noun
a loathing

fastiditus
fastīdītus
adjective

fastiditus
fastīdītus
adjective
disdaining

fastidium
fastīdium
noun
a loathing

fastigate
fastīgātē
adverb

fastigate
fastīgātē
adverb

fastigatio
fastīgātiō
noun
a sharpening to a point

fastigatus
fastīgātus
adjective

fastigatus
fastīgātus
adjective
high

fastigium
fastīgium
noun
the top of a gable

fastigo
fastīgō
verb
to make pointed

fastosus
fastōsus
adjective
full of

fastuosus
fastuōsus
adjective

fastus
fastus
noun
scornful contempt or disdain

fastus
fastus
adjective
a day on which judgment could be pronounced. on which courts could be held

fastus
fastus
noun

fastus
fastus
adjective
a day on which judgment could be pronounced. on which courts could be held

fastus
fastus
noun
calendar

fatalis
fātālis
adjective
of or belonging to fate

fatalitas
fātālitās
noun
fatal necessity

fataliter
fātāliter
adverb
according to fate

fatantur
fatantur
cross-reference

fateor
fateor
verb
to confess

faticanus
fāticanus
adjective
announcing fate

faticinus
fāticinus
adjective
announcing fate

fatidicus
fātidicus
adjective
that predicts future events

fatidicus
fātidicus
noun
a prophet

fatifer
fātifer
adjective
that brings death

fatigabilis
fatīgābilis
adjective
that may be wearied

fatigatio
fatīgātiō
noun
weariness

fatigatorius
fatīgātōrius
adjective
jeering

fatigo
fatīgō
verb
to weary

fatilegus
fātilegus
adjective
gathering or collecting death

fatiloquium
fātiloquium
noun
prophecy

fatiloquus
fātiloquus
adjective
declaring fate

fatim
fatim
adverb
sufficiently

fatisco
fatiscō
verb
to open in chinks

fatiscor
fatiscor
verb
to open in chinks

fator
fātor
verb
v. a. freq

Fatua
Fātua
cross-reference
who prophesied to females

fatua
fatua
noun
a fool

fatua
fatua
noun

fatue
fatuē
adverb
foolishly

Fatuella
Fātuella
cross-reference
who prophesied to females

Fatuellus
Fatuellus
noun

Fatuellus
Fātuellus
noun
another name for the prophesying

fatuina rosa
fatuina rosa
expression
another name for the

fatuitas
fatuitās
noun
foolishness

Fatum
Fātum
noun
the Fates

fatum
fātum
noun
that which is said

fatuor
fatuor
verb
to talk foolishly

fatuor
fātuor
verb
to be inspired

fatur
fātur
cross-reference

fatus
fātus
noun
A word

fatus
fātus
adjective

fatuus
fatuus
noun
a fool

Fatuus
Fātuus
noun
another name for the prophesying

fatuus
fatuus
adjective
foolish

Faucius
Faucius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

Fauna
Fauna
noun
the prophesying sister of Faunus

Faunale
Faunāle
noun
the festival celebrated on the nones of December

Faunals
Faunāls
noun

Faunigena
Faunigena
noun
descendants of Faunus

Faunigena
Faunigena
noun
descended from Faunus

Faunius
Faunius
adjective
pertaining to

Faunius
Faunius
cross-reference

Faunus
Faunus
noun
a mythic son of Picus

Fausta
Fausta
noun
daughter of Sulla

fauste
faustē
adverb
favorably

Faustianus
Faustiānus
adjective
of or belonging to Faustus Sulla

Faustina
Faustīna
noun
The wife of the emperor Antoninus Pius

Faustinianus
Faustīniānus
adjective
of or pertaining to Faustina

Faustitas
Faustitās
noun
happy condition

Faustulus
Faustulus
noun
the shepherd who brought up Romulus and Remus

Faustus
Faustus
noun
A surname of L. Cornelius Sulla

faustus
faustus
adjective
of favorable or fortunate omen

fautor
fautor
noun
a favorer

fautrix
fautrix
noun
a patroness

faux
faux
noun
the upper part of the throat

faux
faux
noun

favea
favea
noun
a favorite female slave

faventia
faventia
noun
a being favorable

Faventia
Faventia
noun
a city of

Faventinus
Faventīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Faventia

Faventinus
Faventīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Faventia

faveo
faveō
verb
to be favorable

Faveria
Faveria
noun
a city of Istria

favilla
favilla
noun
hot cinders or ashes

favillaceus
favillāceus
adjective
of or like ashes

favillaticus
favillāticus
adjective
like ashes

favillesco
favillescō
verb
to be reduced to ashes

favisa
favīsa
noun
underground reservoirs or cellars near the temples

favissa
favissa
noun
underground reservoirs or cellars near the temples

favitor
favitor
noun
a favorer

favitor
favitor
noun

favonialis
favōniālis
cross-reference
A Roman proper name

favonialis
favōniālis
adjective

Favonianus
Favōniānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Favonius

Favonius
Favōnius
noun
The west wind

favor
favor
noun
favor

favorabilis
favōrābilis
adjective
Favored

favorabiliter
favōrābiliter
adverb
with applause or approbation

favoratus
favōrātus
adjective
favored

Favorinus
Favōrīnus
noun
a celebrated Roman philosopher in the time of Trajan and Hadrian

favus
favus
noun
a honey-comb

fax
fax
noun
a torch

faxim
faxim
cross-reference

Febrarius
Febrārius
cross-reference

febresco
febrescō
verb
to catch a fever

febribilis
febribilis
adjective
that easily produces fever

febricito
febrīcitō
verb
to be ill of a fever

febricito
fēbrīcitō
verb
to be ill of a fever

febricosus
febricōsus
adjective
that has a fever

febricula
febrīcula
noun
a slight fever

febriculentus
febrīculentus
adjective
that has a fever

febriculosus
febrīculōsus
adjective
Feverish

febrifugia
febrifugia
noun
a plant

febrio
febriō
verb
to be ill of a fever

febris
fēbris
noun
a fever

febris
febris
noun
a fever

Febris
Febris
noun
a deity

Februalis
Februālis
adjective

Februalis
Februālis
noun
the Roman festival of purification and expiation

februamentum
februāmentum
noun
a religious purification

Februarius
Februārius
noun
the month of expiation

Februarius mensis
Februārius mensis
noun
the month of expiation

Februata
Februāta
noun

Februata
Februāta
noun
the Roman festival of purification and expiation

februatio
februātiō
noun
a religious purification

Februatus
Februatus
adjective

Februatus
Februātus
noun
the Roman festival of purification and expiation

Februlis
Febrūlis
noun
the Roman festival of purification and expiation

Februlis
Februlis
adjective

februo
februō
verb
to purify

februum
februum
noun
the Roman festival of purification and expiation

Februum
Fēbruum
noun

februum
fēbruum
noun
a purgation

Februus
Februus
noun
the Roman festival of purification and expiation

Fecialis
Fēciālis
cross-reference

fecula
fēcula
noun
burnt tartar or salt of tartar

fecula
fēcula
cross-reference

fecundator
fēcundātor
noun
he who fertilizes or makes fruitful

fecunde
fēcundē
adverb
fruitfully

Fecunditas
Fēcunditas
noun
a deity

fecunditas
fēcunditās
noun
fruitfulness

fecundito
fēcunditō
verb
to fertilize

fecundo
fēcundō
verb
to make fruitful

fecundus
fēcundus
adjective
fruitful

fedus
fēdus
cross-reference

fel
fel
noun
the gall-bladder

feles
fēlēs
noun
a cat

felicatus
felicātus
adjective
adorned with fern

felicitas
fēlīcitās
noun
Fruitfulness

Felicitas
Fēlīcitas
cross-reference
Olisipo

Felicitas
Fēlīcitas
noun
a deity

feliciter
fēlīciter
adverb
Fruitfully

felicito
fēlīcitō
verb
to make very happy

felicula
felicula
noun
a plant also called polypodion

felineus
fēlīneus
adjective

felineus
fēlīneus
adjective

felinus
fēlīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a cat

felio
fēliō
verb

felis
fēlis
noun

Felix
Felix
cross-reference
the fertile portion of Arabia

felix
fēlix
adjective
fruit-bearing

Felix
Fēlix
noun
a Roman surname of frequent occurrence

felix
felix
noun
fern

fellator
fellātor
noun
a sucker

fellebris
fellebris
adjective
sucking

felleus
felleus
adjective
of gall

fellico
fellicō
verb
to suck

felliducus
fellidūcus
adjective
that carries off the gall

fellifluus
fellifluus
adjective
flowing with gall

fellito
fellitō
verb

fellito
fellitō
verb
to suck

fellitus
fellītus
adjective
imbued with gall

fello
fellō
verb
to suck

fellosus
fellōsus
adjective
full of gall

Felsina
Felsina
noun

femella
fēmella
noun
a young female

femellarius
femellārius
noun
a follower of girls

femen
femen
noun

femina
fēmina
noun
a female

feminal
fēminal
noun

feminale
femināle
noun
bandages for the upper part of the thighs

feminatus
fēminātus
adjective
made womanish

femineus
fēmineus
adjective
of or belonging to a woman

feminine
fēminīnē
adverb
femininely

femininus
fēminīnus
adjective
of the feminine gender

femino
fēminō
verb
to pollute one's self

femorale
femorāle
noun
a covering for the thigh

femur
femur
noun
the upper part of the thigh

fenarius
fēnārius
adjective
of or for hay

fenarius
fēnārius
cross-reference

fendica
fendica
noun
entrails used as food

fendo
fendō
verb

fenebris
fēnēbris
adjective
of or relating to interest or usury

fenebris
fēnebris
adjective
of or relating to interest or usury

fenebris, fenerarius
fēnēbris, fēnerārius
expression

fenebris, fenerarius
fēnebris, fēnerārius
expression

Fenectani
Fenectānī
cross-reference
a region in

fenerarius
fēnerārius
noun
a seller of hay

feneraticius
fēnerāticius
adjective
of or relating to interest

feneratio
fēnerātiō
noun
a lending on interest

fenerato
fēnerāto
adverb
with interest

fenerator
fēnerātor
noun
one who lends on interest

feneratorius
fēnerātōrius
adjective
pertaining to a usurer

feneratrix
fēnerātrix
noun
a female money-lender or usurer

fenero
fēnerō
verb

feneror
fēneror
verb
to lend on interest

feneror
fēneror
cross-reference

Fenestella
Fenestella
noun
nom. propr

fenestella
fenestella
noun
a small opening in the wall

fenestra
fenestra
noun
an opening in the wall to admit the light

fenestro
fenestrō
verb
to furnish with openings or windows

fenestrula
fenestrula
noun
a little window

feneus
fēneus
cross-reference

feneus
fēneus
adjective
of hay

Fenicularius
Fēniculārius
cross-reference
Fennelfield

feniculum
fēniculum
cross-reference

feniculum
fēniculum
noun
fennel

fenile
fēnīle
noun
a hay-loft

feniseca
fēniseca
noun

fenisector
fēnisector
noun
a grass-cutter

fenisectum
fēnisectum
noun
mown hay

fenisex
fēnisex
cross-reference

fenisex
fēnisex
noun
a mower

fenisicia
fēnisicia
cross-reference

fenisicia
fēnisicia
noun
mown hay

Fennus
Fennus
noun
a tribe in the north and northeastern parts of Europe

fenum
fēnum
cross-reference

fenum
fēnum
noun
Hay

fenus
fēnus
noun
the proceeds of capital lent out

fenus
fēnus
cross-reference

fenusculum
fēnusculum
noun
a little interest

fera
fera
noun
a wild animal

fera
fera
noun

feracitas
ferācitās
noun
fruitfulness

feraciter
ferāciter
adverb
fruitfully

feraciter
ferāciter
adverb
fruitfully

Ferale
Ferāle
noun
the general festival of the dead kept on the

feralis
fērālis
adjective
of or belonging to the dead or to corpses

feraliter
fērāliter
adverb
fatally

feratrina
feratrina
cross-reference

ferax
ferax
adjective
fruit-bearing

ferbui
ferbuī
adverb

ferctum
ferctum
noun

ferctum
ferctum
noun
a sort of oblation-cake

ferculum
ferculum
noun
that on which any thing is carried or borne

fere
ferē
adverb

fere
ferē
adverb
approximately

fere
fere
adverb
approximately

ferentarius
ferentārius
noun
a sort of light troops who fought with missile weapons

Ferentina Aqua
Ferentīna Aqua
expression
a small river in the neighborhood of

Ferentinas
Ferentīnas
noun
Ferentine

Ferentinats
Ferentīnāts
noun
the inhabitants of Ferentinum

Ferentinensis
Ferentīnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Ferentinum

Ferentinum
Ferentīnum
noun
A small solitary town of the Hernici

Ferentinum
Ferentīnum
noun
a small town in Etruria

Ferentinus
Ferentīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Ferentinum

Ferentinus
Ferentīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Ferentinum

Ferentium
Ferentium
noun
a small town in Etruria

Ferentum
Ferentum
noun
a small town in Apulia

Ferentum
Ferentum
noun

fereola vitis
fereola vītis
expression
a sort of vine

Feretrius
Ferētrius
noun
a surname of Jupiter

feretrum
feretrum
noun
a litter

feretrum
ferētrum
noun
a litter

feria
fēria
noun
days of rest

feriaticus
fēriāticus
adjective
free from labor

feriatus
fēriātus
adjective

feriatus
fēriātus
adjective
keeping holiday

fericulum
fericulum
noun
that on which any thing is carried or borne

fericulus
fericulus
adjective
somewhat wild

ferina
ferīna
noun
the flesh of wild animals

ferinus
ferīnus
adjective
of or belonging to wild animals

ferio
feriō
verb
to strike

ferior
fērior
verb
to rest from work

feritans
feritans
adjective
bearing

feritas
feritās
noun
wildness

ferme
fermē
adverb

ferme
fermē
adverb
approximately

fermentarius
fermentārius
adjective
pertaining to fermentation

fermentatio
fermentātiō
noun
a union

fermentatus
fermentātus
adjective
loose

fermentatus
fermentātus
adjective

fermentesco
fermentescō
verb
to swell

fermento
fermentō
verb
to cause to rise or ferment

fermentum
fermentum
noun
that which causes fermentation

fero
ferō
verb
to bear

ferocia
ferōcia
noun
a wild or untamed spirit

ferocio
ferōciō
verb
to be fierce

ferocitas
ferōcitās
noun
wild or untamed courage

ferociter
ferōciter
adverb
courageously

feroculus
ferōculus
adjective
somewhat spirited or fierce

Feronia
Fērōnia
noun
an old Italian deity related to Tellus

ferox
ferox
adjective
wild

ferramentarius
ferrāmentārius
noun
a maker of iron implements

ferramentum
ferrāmentum
noun
an implement or tool of iron

ferraria
ferrāria
noun

ferraria
ferrāria
noun
An iron-mine

ferrariarius
ferrāriārius
noun
one who works in iron-mines

ferrarius
ferrārius
noun
a blacksmith

ferrarius
ferrārius
adjective
belonging to or occupied with iron

ferrarius
ferrārius
noun

ferratilis
ferrātilis
adjective
furnished with iron

ferratus
ferrātus
noun

ferratus
ferrātus
adjective
furnished

ferrea
ferrea
noun

ferreus
ferreus
adjective
made of iron

ferricrepinus
ferricrepinus
adjective
resounding with the clanking of irons or fetters

ferrifodina
ferrifodīna
noun
an iron-mine

ferriterium
ferriterium
noun
the place of those who are galled with irons

Ferriterus
Ferriterus
noun
a comic name given to a slave who is galled with fetters

ferritribax
ferritrībax
adjective
iron-galled

ferruginans
ferrūginans
adjective
that tastes of iron

ferrugineus
ferrūgineus
adjective
of the color of iron-rust

ferruginus
ferrūginus
adjective
of the color of iron-rust

ferruginus
ferrūginus
adjective

ferrugo
ferrūgō
noun
iron-rust

ferrum
ferrum
noun
iron

ferrumen
ferrūmen
noun
Cement

ferruminatio
ferrūminātiō
noun
a cementing

ferruumino
ferrūuminō
verb
to cement

fertilis
fertilis
adjective
Fruitful

fertilitas
fertilitās
noun
fruitfulness

fertiliter
fertiliter
adverb
fruitfully

fertor
fertor
noun
one who bears

fertorium
fertōrium
noun
a sedan-chair

fertorius
fertōrius
adjective
that serves for bearing or carrying

fertum
fertum
noun
a sort of oblation-cake

fertus
fertus
adjective
fertile

ferula
ferula
noun
the plant fennel-giant

ferulaceus
ferulāceus
adjective
Made of fennel-giant

ferulago
ferulāgō
noun
an inferior species of fennel-giant

ferularis
ferulāris
adjective
of or belonging to fennel-giant

feruleus
feruleus
adjective
Made of fennel-giant

ferumen
fērūmen
noun
Cement

ferumen
fērūmen
cross-reference

feruminatio
fērūminātiō
noun
a cementing

ferumino
fērūminō
cross-reference

ferus
ferus
adjective
wild

ferus
ferus
noun
a wild animal

feruumino
fērūuminō
verb
to cement

fervefacio
fervefaciō
verb
to cause to boil

fervens
fervens
adjective
boiling hot

ferventer
ferventer
adverb
hotly

ferveo
ferveō
verb
to be boiling hot

fervesco
fervescō
verb
to become boiling hot

fervidus
fervidus
adjective
glowing hot

fervo
fervō
verb
to be boiling hot

fervor
fervor
noun
a boiling or raging heat

fescemnoe
fescemnoe
cross-reference

Fescennia
Fescennia
noun
an ancient but small city of Etruria

Fescenninicola
Fescennīnicola
noun
fond of Fescennine verses

Fescenninum
Fescennīnum
noun
a lampooner

Fescenninus
Fescennīnus
adjective

Fescenninus
Fescennīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Fescennia

Fescenninus
Fescennīnus
noun
Fescennine verses

Fescenninus
Fescennīnus
noun
a lampooner

Fescennium
Fescennium
noun

Fescennium
Fescennium
noun
an ancient but small city of Etruria

Fessonia
Fessōnia
noun
the goddess of weary persons

fessulus
fessulus
adjective
somewhat wearied

fessus
fessus
adjective
wearied

festatus
festātus
adjective
dressed in festal attire

festice
festicē
adverb
joyously

festinabundus
festīnābundus
adjective
hastening

festinans
festīnans
adjective
hasty

festinans
festīnans
adjective

festinanter
festīnanter
adverb
hastily

festinanter
festīnanter
adverb
hastily

festinatim
festīnātim
adverb
hastily

festinatio
festīnātiō
noun
a hastening

festinato
festīnātō
adverb
hastily

festine
festīnē
adverb
hastily

festinis
festīnis
adjective

festino
festīnō
verb
to hasten

festinus
festīnus
adjective
hasty

festive
festīvē
adverb

festive
festīvē
adverb

festivitas
festīvitās
noun
festive gayety

festiviter
festīviter
adverb

festiviter
festīviter
adverb

festivo
festīvō
cross-reference

festivum
festīvum
noun
festive jollity

festivus
festīvus
adjective
lively

festra
festra
noun

festuca
festūca
noun
a stalk

festucarius
festūcārius
adjective
pertaining to manumission

festucula
festūcula
noun
a little stalk or straw

festum
festum
noun
a holiday

Festus
Festus
noun
a Roman surname

festus
festus
adjective
of or belonging to the holidays

Fesula
Fēsula
noun

Fesula
Fēsula
noun

Fesula
Fēsula
noun
a city of Etruria

Fesulanus
Fēsulānus
noun

fetale
fētāle
noun
a birth-day

feteo
fēteō
verb
to have an ill smell

fetesco
fētescō
verb
to become stinking

fetialis
fētiālis
adjective
of or belonging to the

fetials
fētiāls
noun
a Roman college of priests

fetidus
fētidus
adjective
that has an ill smell

fetifer
fētifer
adjective
causing fruitfulness

fetifico
fētificō
verb
to bring forth

fetificus
fētificus
adjective
fructifying

feto
fētō
verb
to bring forth

fetor
fētor
noun
an offensive smell

fetosus
fētōsus
adjective
prolific

fetulentus
fētulentus
adjective
stinking

fetuosus
fētuōsus
adjective

fetura
fētūra
noun
a bringing forth

feturatus
fētūrātus
adjective
made into a fetus

fetus
fētus
noun
a bringing forth

fetus
fētus
adjective
Pregnant

fetutina
fētūtīna
noun
a stinking place

fex
fēx
adjective

fi
cross-reference

fi
interjection
pah! foh!

fiber
fiber
cross-reference

fiber
fiber
noun
a beaver

fibla
fibla
noun

fibra
fibra
noun
a fibre

fibra
fībra
noun
a fibre

fibratus
fībrātus
adjective
fibrous

fibratus
fibrātus
adjective
fibrous

Fibrenus
Fībrēnus
noun
a small river in Latium

fibrinus
fibrīnus
adjective
of the beaver

fibulatio
fībulātiō
noun
a brace or bolt that fastens together

fibulatorius
fībulātōrius
adjective
provided with clasps or buckles

fibulo
fībulō
verb
To bind or fasten together

fibulum
fībulum
noun
that which serves to fasten two things together

fibulum
fibulum
noun
that which serves to fasten two things together

Ficana
Ficāna
noun
a small town of Latium

ficaria
fīcāria
noun
a fig plantation

ficarius
fīcārius
adjective
of or belonging to figs

ficatum
fīcātum
noun
the liver of an animal fattened on figs

ficecula
ficecula
noun
a small bird

ficedula
fīcedula
noun
a small bird

ficedula
fīcēdula
noun
a small bird

Ficedulensis
Fīcedulensis
noun
sellers of small birds

Ficedulensis
Fīcēdulensis
noun
sellers of small birds

Ficelia
Fīcelia
noun
a place on the Quirinal hill

ficetula
ficetula
noun
a small bird

ficetum
fīcētum
noun
A fig-plantation

ficitas
fīcitās
noun
abundance of figs

ficitor
fīcitor
noun
a fig-planter

ficolea
ficolea
cross-reference

Ficolensis
Fīcolensis
noun

ficosus
fīcōsus
adjective
full of

ficte
fictē
adverb
feignedly

ficticie
fictīciē
adverb
in pretence

ficticius
fictīcius
adjective
artificial

fictile
fictile
noun
An earthen vessel

fictile
fictile
noun
An earthen vessel

fictiliarius
fictiliārius
noun
a potter

fictilis
fictilis
adjective
made of clay

fictio
fictiō
noun
A making

fictitius
fictītius
adjective

fictius
fictius
adjective
artificial

fictor
fictor
noun
one who makes images of clay

fictrix
fictrix
noun
she that forms or fashions

fictum
fictum
noun
deception

fictura
fictūra
noun
a forming

fictus
fictus
adjective

fictus
fictus
adjective
feigned

ficula
fīcula
noun
a little fig

Ficulea
Fīculea
noun
a small but very ancient town of the Sabines

Ficuleats
Fīculeāts
noun
inhabitants of Ficulea

Ficulensis
Fīculensis
adjective
of or belonging to Ficulea

ficulnea
fīculnea
noun
a fig-tree

Ficulneus
Fīculneus
adjective
of the fig-tree

ficulnus
ficulnus
adjective

ficus
fīcus
noun
a fig-tree

fidamen
fīdāmen
noun
trust

fide
fīdē
adverb
faithfully

fide
fīdē
adverb
faithfully

fidedictor
fidedictor
noun
a surety

fideicommissarius
fideicommissārius
adjective
of or belonging to a

fideicommissarius
fideicommissarius
noun
one who receives an inheritance through a fideicommissum

fideicommissum
fideicommissum
noun

fideicommissum
fideicommissum
noun
a bequest given for the benefit of a third person

fidei committo
fidei committō
verb
to leave

fideicommitto
fideicommittō
verb
to leave

fide jubeo
fide jubeō
verb
to be surety or bail

fidejubeo
fidejubeō
verb
to be surety or bail

fidejussio
fidejussiō
noun
a giving or being surety

fidejussor
fidejussor
noun
one who gives security

fidejussorius
fidejussōrius
adjective
relating to surety or bail

fidele
fidēle
adverb
Faithfully

fidele
fidēlē
adverb
faithfully

fidelia
fidēlia
noun
an earthen vessel

fidelis
fidēlis
adjective
that may be trusted or relied upon

fidelis
fidēlis
noun
a trusty person

fidelitas
fidēlitās
noun
faithfulness

fideliter
fidēliter
adverb
Faithfully

Fidena
Fīdēna
noun
a very ancient town of Latium

Fidena
Fīdēna
noun
a very ancient town of Latium

Fidenas
Fīdēnas
adjective
of or belonging to Fidenae

Fidenats
Fīdēnāts
noun
the inhabitants of Fidenae

fidens
fīdens
adjective
confident

fidenter
fīdenter
adverb
confidently

fidenter
fīdenter
adverb
confidently

fidentia
fīdentia
noun
confidence

Fidentia
Fīdentia
noun
a small town in

Fidentini
Fīdentīnī
adverb
Its inhabitants

fidepromissor
fideprōmissor
noun
a surety

fidepromitto
fideprōmittō
verb
to be surety

Fides
Fidēs
noun
a stringed instrument

fides
fides
noun
trust

fidicen
fidicen
noun
a luteplayer

fidicina
fidicina
noun
a female luteplayer

fidicinarius
fidicinārius
cross-reference

fidicino
fidicinō
verb
to play on the lute or lyre

fidicinus
fidicinus
adjective
of or for playing on stringed instruments

fidicula
fidicula
noun
a small stringed instrument

fidicula
fidicula
noun
a small stringed instrument

Fidiculanius
Fidiculānius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

fidicularius
fidiculārius
adjective
like a cord

fidis
fidis
noun

Fidius
Fidius
noun
a surname of Jupiter

fido
fīdō
verb
to trust

fids
fids
noun
a stringed instrument

fiducia
fīdūcia
noun
trust

fiducialiter
fīdūciāliter
adverb
confidently

fiduciarius
fīdūciārius
adjective
of or relating to a thing held in trust

fiducio
fīdūciō
verb
to pledge

fidus
fīdus
adjective
a league

fidus
fīdus
adjective
trusty

fidusta
fidusta
cross-reference

figlina
figlīna
noun
The art or trade of a potter

figlinum
figlīnum
noun
an earthen vessel

figlinus
figlīnus
cross-reference
of or belonging to a potter

figlinus
fīglīnus
cross-reference
of or belonging to a potter

figmen
figmen
noun
formation

figmentum
figmentum
noun
formation

figo
fīgō
verb
to fix

figularis
figulāris
adjective
of or belonging to a potter

figularius
figulārius
cross-reference

figulatio
figulātiō
noun
a forming

figulator
figulātor
cross-reference

Figulatus
Figulātus
adjective
made a

figulinus
figulīnus
adjective

figulinus
figulīnus
cross-reference
of or belonging to a potter

figulo
figulō
verb
to form

Figulus
Figulus
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Marcia and

figulus
figulus
noun
a potter

figura
figūra
noun
a form

figuralitas
figūrālitās
noun
a figurative mode of speaking

figuraliter
figūrāliter
adverb
figuratively

figurate
figūrāte
adverb
figuratively

figurate
figūrātē
adverb
figuratively

figuraticius
figūrātīcius
adjective

figuratio
figūrātiō
noun
A forming

figurativa
figurativa
noun
figurative mode of speaking

figurativus
figūrātīvus
adjective
pertaining to the figurative mode of speaking

figurato
figūrātō
adverb
figuratively

figurator
figūrātor
noun
one who forms or fashions

figuratus
figūrātus
adjective

figuratus
figūrātus
adjective

figuro
figūrō
verb
to form

filatim
fīlātim
adverb
thread by thread

filectum
filectum
noun

filectum
filectum
noun
a place abounding in ferns

filia
fīlia
noun
a daughter

filialis
fīliālis
adjective
filial

filiaster
fīliaster
noun
a stepson

filiastra
fīliastra
noun
a stepdaughter

filicatus
filicātus
adjective
adorned with fern

filicina
filicina
noun
a plant

filicones
filicones
noun

filictum
filictum
noun
a place abounding in ferns

filicula
filicula
noun
a plant also called polypodion

filietas
fīlietās
noun
sonship

filiola
fīliola
noun
a little daughter

filiolus
fīliolus
noun
a little son

filius
fīlius
noun
a son

filix
filix
noun
fern

filosophumenos
filosophūmenos
adjective
philosophical

filum
fīlum
noun
heterocl

filus
filus
noun
heterocl

fimbria
fimbria
noun

Fimbria
Fimbria
noun
A Roman surname in the gens Flavia.

fimbria
fimbria
noun
fibres

Fimbrianus
Fimbriānus
adjective

Fimbriatus
Fimbriātus
adjective
made a

fimbriatus
fimbriātus
adjective
fibrous

fimetum
fimētum
noun
a dung-hill

fimum
fimum
noun
that which fertilizes or manures

fimus
fimus
noun
that which fertilizes or manures

finalis
fīnālis
adjective
Of or relating to boundaries

finalitas
fīnālitās
noun
the being last

finaliter
fīnāliter
adverb
at last

findo
findō
verb
to cleave

fingibilis
fingibilis
adjective
imaginary

fingo
fingō
verb
To touch

finiens
fīniens
adjective

finio
fīniō
verb
to limit

finis
fīnis
noun
plur. f

finite
fīnītē
adverb

Finite
Fīnītē
adverb

finitimus
fīnitimus
noun
neighbors

finitimus
fīnitimus
adjective
bordering upon

finitio
fīnītiō
noun
limiting

finitivus
fīnītīvus
adjective
defining

finitor
fīnītor
noun
One who determines boundaries

finitumus
fīnitumus
adjective
bordering upon

finitus
fīnītus
adjective

finitus
fīnītus
adjective
that terminate properly

fio
fīō
verb
to be done

fircus
fircus
noun

firmamen
firmāmen
noun
a prop

firmamentum
firmāmentum
noun
a strengthening

Firmanus
Firmānus
noun
the inhabitants of Firmum

Firmanus
Firmānus
noun

Firmanus
Firmānus
adjective
of or belonging to Firmum

Firmanus
Firmānus
adjective

firmator
firmātor
noun
a confirmer

firme
firmē
adverb
firmly

Firmianus
Firmiānus
adjective
of Firmius

Firmianus
Firmiānus
adjective

Firmicus
Firmicus
noun
a Roman mathematician in the time of Constantine the Great

firmitas
firmitās
noun
firmness

firmiter
firmiter
adverb

firmiter
firmiter
adverb
firmly

firmitudo
firmitūdō
noun
firmness

Firmius
Firmius
noun
a Roman proper name

firmo
firmō
verb
to make firm or fast

Firmum
Firmum
noun
a fortified sea-port of Picenum

firmus
firmus
adjective
firm

fiscale
fiscāle
noun
moneys for the treasury

fiscalis
fiscālis
adjective
of or relating to the public or the imperial treasury

fiscarius
fiscārius
noun
a debtor to the treasury

fiscella
fiscella
noun
a small basket for fruit

fiscellus
fiscellus
noun
a small basket for fruit

fiscellus
fiscellus
noun

Fiscellus
Fiscellus
noun
a chain of mountains in the Sabine territory

fiscina
fiscina
noun
a small basket for fruit

fiscus
fiscus
noun
a basket or frail woven of slender twigs

fissiculo
fissiculō
verb
to divide the entrails

fissilis
fissilis
adjective
That may be cleft or split

fissio
fissiō
noun
a cleaving

fissipes
fissipes
adjective
cloven-footed

fissum
fissum
noun
a cleft

fissum
fissum
noun

fissura
fissūra
noun
a cleft

fissus
fissus
adjective

fistella
fistella
noun
a little pipe

fistuca
fistūca
noun
an instrument for ramming down

fistucatio
fistūcātiō
noun
a ramming down

fistuco
fistūcō
verb
to ram down

fistula
fistula
noun
a pipe

fistularis
fistulāris
adjective
Like a shepherd's pipe

fistularius
fistulārius
noun
a player on the shepherd's pipe

fistulatim
fistulātim
adverb
in the shape of pipes

fistulator
fistulātor
noun
a player on the shepherd's pipe

fistulatorius
fistulātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a player on the pipes

fistulatus
fistulātus
adjective
Furnished with pipes

fistulesco
fistulescō
verb
to become full of holes

fistulosus
fistulōsus
adjective
Pipeshaped

fisus
fīsus
adjective

fitilla
fitilla
noun
a gruel used at sacrifices

fivere
fivere
cross-reference

fixe
fixē
adverb
fixedly

fixulas
fixulas
cross-reference

fixura
fixūra
noun
a fastening

fixus
fixus
adjective

fixus
fixus
adjective
fixed

flabellifera
flābellifera
noun
a fan-bearer

flabello
flābellō
verb
to fan

flabellulum
flābellulum
noun
a little fan

flabellum
flābellum
noun
a smali fan or fly-flap

flabilis
flābilis
adjective
airy

flabralis
flābrālis
adjective
breezy

flabrarius
flābrārius
cross-reference

flabrum
flābrum
noun
blasts

flacceo
flacceō
verb
to be flabby or flaccid

flaccesco
flaccescō
verb
to wilt

Flaccianus
Flacciānus
adjective

Flaccianus
Flacciānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Flaccus

flaccidus
flaccidus
adjective
flabby

flaccisco
flacciscō
verb
to wilt

flaccus
flaccus
adjective
flabby

Flaccus
Flaccus
noun
a Roman surname

flagellaticius
flagellātīcius
cross-reference
one who deserves the whip

flagellatio
flagellātiō
noun
a whipping

flagello
flagellō
verb
to whip

flagellum
flagellum
noun
a whip

flagitatio
flāgitātiō
noun
an earnest request or demand

flagitator
flāgitātor
noun
an importunate asker

flagitatrix
flāgitātrix
noun
she that importunately demands or duns

flagitiose
flāgitiōsē
adverb
shamefully

flagitiosus
flāgitiōsus
adjective
shameful

flagitium
flāgitium
noun
an eager or furious demand

flagito
flāgitō
verb
to demand

flagrans
flāgrans
adjective

flagrans
flagrans
adjective

flagrans
flāgrans
adjective
flaming

flagrans
flagrans
adjective
flaming

flagranter
flāgranter
adverb
ardently

flagranter
flagranter
adverb
ardently

flagrantia
flāgrantia
noun
a burning

flagrantia
flagrantia
noun
a burning

flagratores
flagrātōres
cross-reference

flagrifer
flāgrifer
adjective
bearing a whip

flagrifer
flagrifer
adjective
bearing a whip

flagriones
flagriōnes
cross-reference

flagritriba
flāgrītriba
noun
a whip-spoiler

flagritriba
flagritriba
noun
a whip-spoiler

flagro
flāgrō
verb
to flame

flagro
flagrō
verb
to flame

flagrum
flagrum
noun
a whip

flagrum
flāgrum
noun
a whip

flamen
flāmen
noun
a priest of one particular deity

flamen
flāmen
noun
a blowing

Flamen
Flāmen
noun
a surname in the gens Claudia

flamentum
flāmentum
noun
a blowing

flamina
flāmina
noun
the wife of a flamen

flaminalis
flāminālis
noun
one who has been a flamen

flaminatus
flāminātus
noun
the office of flamen

Flaminia
Flāminia
noun
[noun] The Flaminian Way

flaminia
flāminia
noun
the dwelling of the flamen Dialis

Flaminianus
Flāminiānus
adjective
[noun] The Flaminian Way

flaminica
flāminica
noun
the wife of a flamen

Flamininus
Flāminīnus
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Quintia. So in partic.

flaminium
flaminium
noun
the office or dignity of flamen

flaminius
flāminius
adjective
of or belonging to a flamen

Flaminius
Flāminius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens. So C. Flaminius Nepos

Flaminius
Flāminius
adjective
of or belonging to a Flaminius

Flamma
Flamma
noun
a Roman surname

flamma
flamma
noun
a blazing fire

flammabundus
flammābundus
adjective
flaming

flammatrix
flammātrix
noun
she that inflames

flammearius
flammeārius
noun
a maker of bridal-veils

flammeolum
flammeolum
noun
a small bridal veil

flammeolus
flammeolus
adjective
flame-colored

flammesco
flammescō
verb
to become inflamed

flammeum
flammeum
noun
A fiery red color

flammeus
flammeus
adjective
flaming

flammicomans
flammicomans
adjective
having fiery hair

flammicomus
flammicomus
adjective
having fiery hair

flammicremus
flammicremus
adjective
consumed with fire

flammidus
flammidus
adjective
flaming

flammifer
flammifer
adjective
flame-bearing

flammigena
flammigena
noun
fire-born

flammiger
flammiger
adjective
flame-bearing

flammigero
flammigerō
verb
to flame

flammigo
flammigō
verb
to emit flames

flammipes
flammipes
adjective
fiery-footed

flammipotens
flammipotens
adjective
powerful by fire

flammivolus
flammivolus
adjective
flying with flames

flammivomus
flammivomus
adjective
vomiting flames

flammo
flammō
verb
to flame

flammosus
flammōsus
adjective
fiery

flammula
flammula
noun
a little flame

Flamomensis
Flamomensis
noun
a people of Italy

flatilis
flātilis
adjective
produced by blowing

flato
flātō
verb
to blow

flator
flātor
noun
a blower

flatura
flātūra
noun
a blowing

flaturalis
flātūrālis
adjective
blowing

flaturarius
flātūrārius
noun
a metal-caster

flatus
flātus
noun
a blowing

flaveo
flāveō
verb
to be golden yellow or gold-colored

flavesco
flāvescō
verb
to become golden yellow or gold-colored

Flavialis
Flāviālis
adjective
of or belonging to the college of priests for the Flavian family

Flavialis
Flāviālis
adjective

Flavianus
Flāviānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Flavius

Flavianus
Flāviānus
adjective

flavicomans
flāvicomans
adjective
yellow-haired

flavicomus
flāvicomus
adjective
yellow-haired

flavidus
flāvidus
adjective
of a golden yellow

Flavina
Flāvīna
noun
a small city of Etruria

Flavinium
Flāvīnium
noun
a small city of Etruria

Flavinius
Flāvīnius
adjective
Flavinian

flavissae
flavissaē
adverb

Flavius
Flāvius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

Flavius
Flāvius
adjective
of or belonging to a Flavius

flavus
flāvus
adjective
golden yellow

flebilis
flēbilis
adjective
to be wept over

flebiliter
flēbiliter
adverb
mournfully

flebotomia
flebotomia
noun
blood-letting

flebotomo
flebotomō
verb
to let blood from

flebotomus
flebotomus
noun
a lancet

flecto
flectō
verb
to bend

flegma
flegma
noun
a clammy humor of the body

flegma
flegma
noun

flemine
flēmine
noun
a bloody swelling or congestion of blood about the

fleo
fleō
verb
to weep

fletifer
flētifer
adjective
weeping

fletus
flētus
adjective

fletus
flētus
noun
a weeping

fletus
flētus
adjective
weeping

Flevo
Flēvō
noun
the Zuyder Zee

Flevom
Flēvom
noun
the Zuyder Zee

Flevum
Flēvum
cross-reference
a fortress of the Frisii

flexanimus
flexanimus
adjective
that bends or sways the heart

flexibilis
flexibilis
adjective
that may be bent

flexibilitas
flexibilitās
noun
flexibility

flexilis
flexilis
adjective
Pliant

flexiloquus
flexiloquus
adjective
ambiguous

flexio
flexiō
noun
a bending

flexipes
flexipes
adjective
with crooked feet

flexivice
flexivicē
adverb
with turnings or windings

flexo
flexō
verb
to bend

flexuntes
flexuntes
noun
an old name of the Roman knights

flexuose
flexuōsē
adverb
tortuously

flexuosus
flexuōsus
adjective
full of turns or windings

flexura
flexūra
noun
a bending

flexus
flexus
adjective

flexus
flexus
noun
a bending

flexus
flexus
adjective

flictus
flictus
noun
a striking

fligo
flīgō
verb
to strike

flo
flō
verb
to blow

floccis
floccis
noun
dregs or less of wine

floccosus
floccōsus
adjective
full of flocks of wool

floccus
floccus
noun
a lock or flock

floces
floces
noun

Flora
Flōra
noun
the goddess of flowers

Floral
Flōrāl
noun
the festival of Flora

florale
flōrāle
noun
a flowergarden

Floralicius
Flōrālicius
adjective
of or belonging to the feast of Flora

Floralis
Flōrālis
adjective
Of or belonging to Flora

Floralium
Flōrālium
cross-reference

Floratius
Flōrātius
adjective
of or belonging to the feast of Flora

florens
flōrens
noun
a garland

florens
flōrens
adjective

florens
flōrens
adjective

florenter
flōrenter
adverb
flourishingly

Florentia
Flōrentia
noun
a sort of vine

Florentia
Flōrentia
noun
a city of Etruria

Florentinus
Flōrentīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Florentia

Florentinus
Flōrentīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Florentia

florentis
flōrentis
noun
the prosperous

floreo
flōreō
verb
to bloom

floresco
flōrescō
verb
to begin to blossom or flower

floreus
flōreus
adjective
of flowers

Florianus
Flōriānus
noun
a Roman surname

floricomus
flōricomus
adjective
crowned with flowers

floride
flōridē
adverb
with flowers

floridulus
flōridulus
adjective
somewhat blooming

floridus
flōridus
adjective
full of or abounding with flowers

florifer
flōrifer
adjective
bearing flowers

florifertum
flōrifertum
cross-reference

florigenus
flōrigenus
adjective
producing blossoms

floriger
flōriger
adjective
flower - bearing

florilegus
flōrilegus
adjective
flower-culling

floriparus
flōriparus
adjective
producing flowers

floritio
flōritiō
noun
a blossoming

Florius
Flōrius
adjective

Florius
Flōrius
adjective
of or belonging to Flora

florosus
flōrōsus
adjective
abounding in flowers

florulentus
flōrulentus
adjective
abounding in flowers

Florus
Flōrus
noun
a Roman surname

florus
flōrus
adjective
shining

flos
flōs
noun
a blossom

floscellus
floscellus
noun
a floweret

floscula
floscula
noun
a little flower

floscule
flosculē
adverb
bloomingly

flosculus
flosculus
noun
a little flower

flovios
flovios
cross-reference

flucticolor
flucticolor
noun
seacolored

flucticolus
flucticolus
adjective
living in waves

flucticulus
flucticulus
noun
a little wave

fluctifragus
fluctifragus
adjective
wave-breaking

fluctigena
fluctigena
noun
wave-born

fluctigenus
fluctigenus
adjective
born in the waves

fluctiger
fluctiger
adjective
wave-bringing

fluctio
fluctiō
noun
a flowing

fluctisonus
fluctisonus
adjective
wave-resounding

fluctivagus
fluctivagus
adjective
driven about by the waves

flucto
fluctō
verb

fluctuabundus
fluctuābundus
adjective
vacillating

fluctuatim
fluctuātim
adverb
flauntingly

fluctuatio
fluctuātiō
noun
a vibrating to and fro

fluctuor
fluctuor
verb
to move in the manner of waves

fluctuo
fluctuō
verb
to move in the manner of waves

fluctuosus
fluctuōsus
adjective
full of waves

fluctus
fluctus
noun
a flowing

fluens
fluens
adjective

fluenter
fluenter
adverb
in a flowing

fluenter
fluenter
adverb
in a flowing manner

fluentia
fluentia
noun
a flowing

fluentisonus
fluentisonus
adjective
wave-resounding

fluento
fluentō
verb
to water

fluentum
fluentum
noun
a flow

fluesco
fluescō
verb
to become fluid

fluibundus
fluibundus
adjective
melting

fluido
fluidō
verb
to make fluid

fluidus
fluidus
adjective
flowing

fluisco
fluiscō
verb
to become fluid

fluisco
fluiscō
verb

fluito
fluitō
verb
to float

flumen
flūmen
noun
a flowing of water

Flumentana
Flūmentāna
noun
a gate of Rome near the Tiber

flumicellum
flūmicellum
noun
a streamlet

fluminalis
flūminālis
adjective
of or belonging to a river

flumineus
flūmineus
adjective
of or belonging to a river

fluo
fluō
verb
to flow

Fluonia
Fluōnia
noun
a surname of Juno

fluor
fluor
noun
a flowing

flustrum
flustrum
noun
the usual quiet state of the sea

fluta
flūta
noun
a sort of large muraena

fluto
flūtō
verb

fluto
flūtō
verb
to float

fluvia
fluvia
noun

fluvia
fluvia
noun
running water

fluvialis
fluviālis
adjective
of or belonging to a river

fluviaticus
fluviāticus
adjective
of or belonging to a river

fluviatilis
fluviātilis
adjective
of or belonging to a river

fluviatus
fluviātus
adjective
soaked or steeped in a river

fluvidus
flūvidus
adjective

fluvidus
fluvidus
adjective
flowing

Fluvionia
Fluviōnia
cross-reference

Fluvionia
Fluviōnia
noun
a surname of Juno

fluvius
fluvius
noun
running water

Fluvonia
Fluvōnia
noun
a surname of Juno

fluxe
fluxē
adverb
remissly

fluxe
fluxe
cross-reference

fluxilis
fluxilis
adjective
fluid

fluxio
fluxiō
noun

fluxipedus
fluxipedus
adjective
flowing down to the feet

fluxuosus
fluxuōsus
adjective
flowing

fluxura
fluxūra
noun
a flowing

fluxus
fluxus
adjective

fluxus
fluxus
adjective

fluxus
fluxus
noun
a flowing

for
for
verb
v. defect

focacius
focācius
adjective
of or belonging to the hearth

focaciutius
focāciutius
adjective
of or belonging to the hearth

focale
fōcāle
noun
a neck-cloth

focaneus
fōcāneus
adjective
like a throat

focaria
focāria
noun
a kitchen-boy

focarius
focārius
noun
a kitchen-boy

focatius
focātius
adjective

focilationes
focilationes
cross-reference

focillationes
focillationes
cross-reference

focillor
focillor
verb
to revive or refresh

focillor
focillor
verb
to revive or refresh

focilor
focilor
verb
to revive or refresh

foculare
foculāre
noun
a small hearth

foculo
foculō
verb

foculum
foculum
noun
a little hearth

foculus
foculus
noun
a little hearth

focus
focus
noun
A fire-place

fodico
fodicō
verb
to dig

fodina
fodīna
noun
a pit

fodio
fodiō
verb
to dig

fodo
fodō
verb

foecunde
foecundē
adverb

foede
foedē
adverb
foully

foederaticus
foederāticus
adjective
pertaining to a league or to the allied

foederatus
foederātus
verb
to establish by treaty or league

foedero
foederō
verb
to establish by treaty or league

foedifragus
foedifragus
adjective
league-breaking

foeditas
foeditās
noun
foulness

foedo
foedō
verb
to make foul

foedus
foedus
adjective
foul

foedus
foedus
noun
a league

foeminale
foemināle
noun
bandages for the upper part of the thighs

foen
foen
cross-reference

foenarius
foenārius
adjective
of or for hay

foenebris
foenēbris
adjective
of or relating to interest or usury

foenebris
foenebris
adjective
of or relating to interest or usury

foenerarius
foenerārius
noun
a seller of hay

foeneraticius
foenerāticius
adjective
of or relating to interest

foeneratio
foenerātiō
noun
a lending on interest

foenerato
foenerāto
adverb
with interest

foenerator
foenerātor
noun
one who lends on interest

foeneratorius
foenerātōrius
adjective
pertaining to a usurer

foeneratrix
foenerātrix
noun
a female money-lender or usurer

foenero
foenerō
verb

foeneror
foeneror
verb
to lend on interest

foeneus
foeneus
adjective
of hay

foeniceus
foenīceus
adjective
purple-red

foeniculum
foeniculum
noun
fennel

foenile
foenīle
noun
a hay-loft

foeniseca
foeniseca
noun

foenisector
foenisector
noun
a grass-cutter

foenisectum
foenisectum
noun
mown hay

foenisex
foenisex
noun
a mower

foenisicium
foenisicium
noun
mown hay

foenum
foenum
noun
Hay

foenus
foenus
noun
the proceeds of capital lent out

foenusculum
foenusculum
noun
a little interest

foeteo
foeteō
cross-reference

foeteo
foeteō
verb
to have an ill smell

foetesco
foetescō
cross-reference

foetesco
foetescō
verb
to become stinking

foetidus
foetidus
adjective
that has an ill smell

foetidus
foetidus
adjective

foetifer
foetifer
adjective
causing fruitfulness

foetifico
foetificō
verb
to bring forth

foetificus
foetificus
adjective
fructifying

foeto
foetō
verb
to bring forth

foetor
foetor
noun

foetor
foetor
noun
an offensive smell

foetosus
foetōsus
adjective
prolific

foetulentus
foetulentus
adverb

foetulentus
foetulentus
adjective
stinking

foetura
foetūra
noun
a bringing forth

foeturatus
foetūrātus
adjective
made into a fetus

foetus
foetus
adjective
Pregnant

foetus
foetus
noun
a bringing forth

foetus
foetus
adverb

foetutina
foetūtīna
cross-reference

Folia
Fōlia
noun
the name of a witch of Ariminum

foliaceus
foliāceus
adjective
leafy

foliatilis
foliātilis
adjective
leafy

foliatum
foliātum
noun
an ointment or oil made of the leaves of spikenard

foliatura
foliātūra
noun
leaf-work

foliatus
foliātus
adjective
leaved

foliosus
foliōsus
adjective
leafy

folium
folium
noun
a leaf

folleatus
folleātus
adjective
expanding and contracting like a pair of bellows

folleo
folleō
verb
to bag or puff out like bellows

follico
follicō
verb
to expand and contract one's self like a pair of bellows

folliculare
folliculārē
adverb

folliculosus
folliculōsus
adjective
full of husks

folliculus
folliculus
noun
a small bag or sack

folligena
folligena
noun
produced by a bellows

follis
follis
noun
A pair of bellows

follitim
follītim
adverb
by the purseful

folus
folus
cross-reference

fomentatio
fōmentātiō
noun
a fomentation

fomento
fōmentō
verb
to foment

fomentum
fōmentum
noun
a warm application

fomes
fōmes
noun
kindling-wood

fomito
fomitō
cross-reference

fonema
fōnēma
noun
a saying

Fons
Fons
noun
a deity

fons
fons
noun
a spring

fontana
fontāna
noun
a spring

Fontanalis
Fontānālis
adjective

fontaneus
fontāneus
adjective
of or from a spring

Fontantinale
Fontāntināle
noun
the festival of springs or fountains

fontantinalis
fontāntinālis
adjective
of or from a spring or fountain

fontanus
fontānus
adjective
of or from a spring or fountain

Fonteianus
Fontēiānus
adjective
of or belonging to Fonteius

Fonteius
Fontēius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens. So M. Fonteius

Fontes Mattiaci
Fontes Mattiacī
expression
Wiesbaden

fonticola
fonticola
adjective
dwelling by fountains

fonticulus
fonticulus
noun
a little spring or fountain

fontigena
fontigena
noun
born by fountains

Fontinale
Fontināle
noun
the festival of springs or fountains

fontinalis
fontinālis
adjective
of or from a spring or fountain

forabilis
forābilis
adjective
that may be pierced

forago
forāgō
noun
a dividing-thread

foramen
forāmen
noun
an opening or aperture

foraminatus
forāminātus
adjective
bored or pierced through

foraminosus
forāminōsus
adjective
full of holes

foras
foras
adverb
out through the doors

forasticus
forasticus
adjective
out of doors

foratus
forātus
noun
a boring

forbeam
forbeam
cross-reference

forceps
forceps
adjective
firetongs

forctis
forctis
adjective

forctum
forctum
cross-reference

Forculus
Forculus
noun
a deity who presides over the doors

forda
forda
noun

forda
forda
noun
a cow that is with calf

fordeum
fordeum
noun
barley

fordicidium
fordicīdium
noun
the sacrifice of a cow that is with calf

fordus
fordus
adjective
with young

fore
fore
cross-reference

forem
forem
cross-reference

forensis
forensis
adjective
of or belonging to the market or forum

Forentanus
Forentānus
noun
Inhabitants of Forentum

Forentum
Forentum
noun
a small town in Apulia

forfex
forfex
noun
a pair of shears or scissors

forficula
forficula
noun
a pair of small shears

foria
foria
noun
the flux

forica
forica
noun
a public privy

foricarius
foricārius
noun
one who rents a

foricula
foricula
noun
a windowshutter

foricularium
foriculārium
noun
custom-house duty

forinsecus
forinsecus
adverb
from without

forio
foriō
verb

foriolus
foriolus
noun
one who has a flux or diarrhaea

foris
foris
noun
a door

foris
foris
noun
a door

foris
foris
adverb
Out at the doors

forma
forma
noun
form

formabilis
formābilis
adjective
that may be formed or fashioned

formabilitas
formābilitās
noun
capacity for being fashioned

formaceus
formāceus
adjective
made in a form or mould

formalis
formālis
adjective
Of or for a form or mould

formamentum
formāmentum
noun
a shaping

formaster
formaster
noun
one who beautifies or adorns himself

formatio
formātiō
noun
a shaping

formator
formātor
noun
a former

formatrix
formātrix
noun
she who forms

formatura
formātūra
noun
a forming

formella
formella
noun
a little form or mould

Formia
Formia
noun
a very ancient city of Latium

Formianum
Formiānum
noun
a villa in Formiae

Formianus
Formiānus
adjective
of or belonging to Formiae

Formianus
Formiānus
noun
the inhabitants of Formiae

formica
formīca
noun
an ant

formicabilis
formīcābilis
adjective
resembling the creeping of ants

formicalis
formīcālis
cross-reference

formicatio
formīcātiō
noun
an irritation of the skin resembling the crawling of ants

formicinus
formīcīnus
adjective
of or like ants

formico
formīcō
verb
To creep or crawl like ants

formicosus
formīcōsus
adjective
full of ants

formicula
formīcula
noun
a little ant

formidabilis
formīdābilis
adjective
causing fear

formidamen
formīdāmen
noun
a fright

formido
formīdō
verb
to fear

formido
formīdō
noun
fearfulness

formidolose
formīdolōsē
adverb

formidolosus
formīdolōsus
adjective
full of fear

formidulose
formīdulōsē
adverb
Fearfully

formidulositas
formīdulōsitās
noun
cruelty

formidulosus
formīdulōsus
adjective
full of fear

formidus
formidus
adjective
warm

formio
formiō
noun

formio
formiō
noun
wicker-work of reeds or rushes

formitas
formitās
noun
a shaping

formo
formō
verb
to shape

formose
formōsē
adverb
beautifully

formositas
formōsitās
noun
beauty

formosulus
formōsulus
adjective
pretty

formosus
formōsus
adjective
finely formed

formucales
formucales
cross-reference

formula
formula
noun
A fine form

formularius
formulārius
noun
a lawyer skilled only in composing writs or forms of process in courts of law

formus
formus
adjective
warm

Fornacale
Fornācāle
noun
the festival of the goddess

fornacalis
fornācālis
adjective
of or belonging to ovens

fornacarius
fornācārius
adjective
of or belonging to a furnace

fornacator
fornācātor
noun
the heater of a bath-furnace

fornacula
fornācula
noun
a little furnace or oven

fornax
fornax
noun
a furnace

Fornax
Fornax
noun
the goddess that presided over ovens

fornicaria
fornicāria
noun
a fornicator

fornicarius
fornicārius
noun
a fornicator

fornicatim
fornicātim
adverb
in the form of an arch

fornicatio
fornicātiō
noun
a vaulting or arching over

fornicatio
fornicātiō
noun
whoredom

fornicator
fornicātor
noun
a fornicator

fornicatrix
fornicātrix
noun
a fornicatress

fornicatus
fornicātus
adjective
vaulted

fornicor
fornicor
verb
to commit whoredom or fornication

fornix
fornix
noun
an arch or vault

Fornix Fabius
Fornix Fabius
expression
a triumphal arch built by

fornus
fornus
noun

fornus
fornus
noun
an oven

foro
forō
verb
to bore

Forocorneliensis
Forocorneliensis
adjective
a town in

Forojulienses
Forojulienses
noun
inhabitants of Forum Julii

Forojuliensis
Forojuliensis
adjective

Forojuliensis
Forojuliensis
adjective
of or belonging to Forum Julii

forpex
forpex
noun
fire-tongs

fors
fors
noun
chance

fors
fors
noun
perchance

Fors
Fors
noun
the goddess of chance

forsan
forsan
adverb
perhaps

forsit
forsit
adverb
perhaps

forsitan
forsitan
adverb
perhaps

fortan
fortan
cross-reference

fortasse
fortassē
adverb
perhaps

fortassean
fortassean
adverb
perhaps

fortassis
fortassis
adverb
perhaps

fortassis
fortassis
adverb

fortax
fortax
noun
the basis

forte
fortē
adverb
by chance

fortesco
fortescō
verb
to become brave

forticulus
forticulus
adjective
somewhat bold

fortificatio
fortificātiō
noun
a strengthening

fortifico
fortificō
verb
to make strong

fortis
fortis
adjective
strong

fortiter
fortiter
adverb
Strongly

fortitudo
fortitūdō
noun
strength

fortiusculus
fortiusculus
adjective
somewhat strong or powerful

fortuito
fortuitō
adverb
by chance

fortuito
fortuītō
adverb
by chance

fortuitu
fortuitu
adverb
by chance

fortuitu
fortuītu
adverb
by chance

fortuitus
fortuītus
adjective
that takes place by chance or accident

fortuitus
fortuitus
adjective
that takes place by chance or accident

fortuna
fortuna
noun
property

fortuna
fortūna
noun
chance

Fortuna
Fortuna
noun
the goddess of fate

fortunarius
fortūnārius
adjective
resulting from fortune

Fortunatae Insulae
Fortūnātae Insulae
expression
the fabulous isles of the Western Ocean

fortunate
fortūnātē
adverb
fortunately

fortunatim
fortūnātim
adverb
luckily

fortunatus
fortūnātus
adjective

fortunatus
fortūnātus
adjective
prospered

fortuno
fortūnō
verb
to make prosperous or fortunate

forulus
forulus
noun
A book-case

Forulus
Forulus
noun
an ancient city of the Sabines

forum
forum
noun
a gangway

forum
forum
noun
what is out of doors

Forum
Forum
noun
a town in

Forum Alieni
Forum Aliēni
noun
a town in

Forum Appii
Forum Appii
verb
a market-town in Latium

Forum Aurelium
Forum Aurēlium
expression
a small city near Rome

forum boarium
forum boarium
expression
the cattlemarket

forum coquinum
forum coquinum
expression
in which professional cooks offered their services in preparing special entertainments

Forum Cornelium
Forum Cornēlium
expression
a town of the Lingones in

Forum Cornelium
Forum Cornēlium
expression
a town in

forum cuppedinis
forum cuppedinis
expression
the market for dainties

Forum Gallorum
Forum Gallōrum
adjective
a town in

Forum Julii
Forum Jūliī
expression
a town in

forum olitorium
forum olitorium
expression
the vegetable-market

forum piscarium
forum piscarium
expression
the fish-market

forum suarium
forum suarium
expression
the vegetable-market

Forum Voconii
Forum Vocōniī
expression
miles from Forum Julii

forus
forus
noun

forus
forus
noun
what is out of doors

forus
forus
noun

forus
forus
noun
a gangway

forus
forus
noun
a gangway

fossa
fossa
noun
a ditch

Fossa Drusiana
Fossa Drūsiāna
expression
a boundary

fossatum
fossātum
noun

fossatum
fossātum
noun
a ditch

fossatus
fossātus
noun

fossatus
fossātus
noun
a boundary

fossicius
fossīcius
adjective
dug out

fossiciutius
fossīciutius
adjective
dug out

fossilis
fossilis
adjective
dug out

fossio
fossiō
noun
a digging

fossitius
fossītius
adjective

fosso
fossō
verb
to dig

fossor
fossor
noun
a digger

fossoria
fossōria
noun
digging

fossorius
fossōrius
adjective
adapted to digging

fossula
fossula
noun
a little ditch

fossura
fossūra
noun
a digging

fossus
fossus
participle

fostia
fostia
cross-reference

fostia
fostia
noun
an animal sacrificed

fostis
fostis
noun
a stranger

fostis
fostis
cross-reference

Fosus
Fosus
noun
a Germanic tribe

fotus
fōtus
adjective

fotus
fōtus
noun
a warming

fovea
fovea
noun
a small pit

fovela
fovēla
noun
a comforting

foveo
foveō
verb
to warm

Fovii
Foviī
cross-reference

fracebunt
fracebunt
cross-reference
N. cr.

fracesco
fracescō
verb
to become soft or mellow

fracidus
fracidus
adjective
soft

fracis
fracis
noun
grounds or dregs of oil

fractaria
fractāria
noun
a machine for crushing flint-stones

fractio
fractiō
noun
a breaking

fractor
fractor
noun
a breaker

fractura
fractūra
noun
a breach

fractus
fractus
adjective

fractus
fractus
adjective
weakened

fraeniger
fraeniger
adjective
bridle-bearing

fraeno
fraenō
verb

fraeno
fraenō
verb
to furnish with a bridle

fraenum
fraenum
verb

fraenum
fraenum
noun
a bridle

fraenus
fraenus
noun

fragesco
fragescō
verb
to become broken

fragilis
fragilis
adjective
easily broken

fragilitas
fragilitās
noun
brittleness

fragium
fragium
noun
a fracture

fraglo
fraglō
cross-reference

fragmen
fragmen
noun
A fracture

fragmentum
fragmentum
noun
a piece broken off

fragor
fragor
noun
a breaking

fragose
fragōsē
adverb
with a crashing

fragosus
fragōsus
adjective
Apt to be broken

fragrans
frāgrans
adjective

fragrans
frāgrans
adjective
sweet - scented

fragranter
frāgranter
adverb
fragrantly

fragrantia
frāgrantia
noun
scent

fragro
frāgrō
verb
to emit a smell

fragum
fragum
noun
a strawberry-plant

fragum
frāgum
noun

fragum
frāgum
noun
strawberries

framea
framea
noun
A spear

Francia
Francia
noun
the region inhabited by the Franks

Francicus
Francicus
adjective

Francicus
Francicus
noun
a surname of the emperor Probus

Francus
Francus
noun
the Franks

Francus
Francus
adjective
of or belonging to the Franks

frango
frangō
verb
to break

frater
frāter
noun
a brother

fraterculo
frāterculō
verb
to swell up alike

fraterculus
frāterculus
noun
a little brother

fraterne
frāternē
adverb
In a brotherly manner

fraternitas
frāternitās
noun
brotherhood

fraternus
frāternus
adjective
brotherly

fratilli
fratillī
expression

fratrare
frātrāre
cross-reference

fratria
frātria
adjective

fratria
fratria
cross-reference
a division of the people

fratriare
frātriāre
cross-reference

fratricida
frātricīda
noun
one who murders a brother

fratricidium
frātricīdium
noun
the murder of a brother. fratricide

fratrissa
frātrissa
noun

fratruelis
frātruēlis
noun
a father's brother's son

fraudabilis
fraudābilis
adjective
deceiving

fraudatio
fraudātiō
noun
a cheating

fraudator
fraudātor
noun
a cheat

fraudatorius
fraudātōrius
adjective
of or relating to cheating or fraud

fraudatrix
fraudātrix
noun
she who cheats or defrauds

fraudifer
fraudifer
adjective
fraudulent

fraudiger
fraudiger
adjective
cheating

fraudo
fraudō
verb
to cheat

fraudulenter
fraudulenter
adverb
deceitfully

fraudulentia
fraudulentia
noun
deceitfulness

fraudulentus
fraudulentus
adjective
cheating

fraudulosus
fraudulōsus
adjective
deceitful

Fraus
Fraus
noun
a deity

fraus
fraus
noun
a cheating

fraussus
fraussus
adjective

frax
frax
cross-reference

fraxare
fraxāre
cross-reference

fraxineus
fraxineus
adjective
of ash-wood

fraxinus
fraxinus
noun
an ash-tree

fraxinus
fraxinus
adjective
of ash-wood

Fregella
Fregella
noun
a very old city of the Volsci

Fregellanus
Fregellānus
adjective
of or belonging to Fregellae

Fregellanus
Fregellānus
noun
the inhabitants of Fregellae

Fregena
Fregēna
noun
a small town of Etruria

fremebundus
fremebundus
adjective
making a low roaring

fremitus
fremitus
noun
a dull

fremo
fremō
verb
to make a low roaring

fremor
fremor
noun
a low roaring

frenatio
frēnātiō
noun
a bridling

frenator
frēnātor
noun
a curber

frendeo
frendeō
verb
to gnash

frendesco
frendescō
verb
to begin to gnash

frendo
frendō
verb
to gnash

frendor
frendor
noun
a gnashing

freniger
frēniger
adjective
bridle-bearing

freno
frēnō
verb
to furnish with a bridle

Frentanus
Frentānus
noun
a mixed Italian tribe of Samnites and Illyrians who settled in Samnium

Frentanus
Frentānus
adjective
of or belonging to the Frentani

frenum
frēnum
noun
a bridle

frenum
frēnum
noun
a bridle

frenus
frēnus
noun

frenus
frēnus
noun
a bridle

frequens
frequens
adjective
that takes place repeatedly

frequentamentum
frequentāmentum
noun
a repetition

frequentarium
frequentārium
cross-reference

frequentatio
frequentātiō
noun
frequency

frequentative
frequentātīvē
adverb
frequentatively

frequentativus
frequentātīvus
adjective
that denotes the repetition of an act

frequentato
frequentātō
cross-reference
frequently

frequentator
frequentātor
noun
a frequent visitor

frequentatus
frequentātus
adjective

frequentatus
frequentātus
adjective

frequenter
frequenter
adverb

frequenter
frequenter
adverb

frequentia
frequentia
noun
an

frequento
frequentō
verb
To visit or resort to frequently

Fresilia
Fresilia
noun
a city of the Marsi

fressus
fressus
adjective

fresus
frēsus
adjective

fretale
fretāle
noun
a frying-pan

fretalis
fretālis
adjective
of or belonging to a strait

Fretensis
Fretensis
adjective

Fretensis
Fretensis
adjective

fretum
fretum
noun
a strait

fretus
frētus
adjective
leaning or supported on

fretus
fretus
noun
a strait

fretus
fretus
noun
a strait

fretus
frētus
noun
reliance

friabilis
friābilis
adjective
easily broken

fribusculum
frībusculum
noun

frica
frica
noun
a kind of stones in Sicily

fricamentum
fricāmentum
noun
a rubbing

fricatio
fricātiō
noun
a rubbing

fricator
fricātor
noun
one who rubs

fricatura
fricātūra
noun
a rubbing

fricatus
fricātus
noun
a rubbing

fricium
fricium
noun
a powder for rubbing the teeth

frico
fricō
verb
to rub

frictio
frictiō
noun
a rubbing

frictrix
frictrix
noun
she that rubs

frictura
frictūra
noun
a rubbing

frictus
frictus
noun
a rubbing

frictus
frictus
adjective
Rubbed

fridum
fridum
cross-reference

Fridvm
Fridvm
noun
cold water

frigdaria
frigdaria
cross-reference

frigdarium
frigdārium
noun
a cold larder

frigdor
frigdor
cross-reference

frigdor
frigdor
cross-reference

frigedo
frīgēdō
noun
cold

frigefacto
frīgefactō
verb
to make cold

frigeo
frīgeō
verb
to be cold

frigero
frīgerō
verb
to make cool

frigesco
frīgescō
verb
to become or grow cold

frigida
frīgida
noun

frigida
frīgida
noun
cold water

frigidarium
frīgidārium
noun
The cooling-room

frigidarius
frīgidārius
adjective
of or for cooling

frigidatio
frīgidātiō
noun
a chilling

frigide
frīgidē
adverb
Inactively

frigidefacto
frīgidefactō
verb

frigiditas
frīgiditās
noun
the cold

frigidiusculus
frīgidiusculus
adjective
somewhat frigid

frigido
frīgidō
verb
to make cold

frigidulus
frīgidulus
adjective
somewhat cold

frigidus
frīgidus
adjective
cold

frigilla
frīgilla
noun

frigilla
frigilla
noun
a small bird

frigo
frigō
verb
to erect

frigo
frigō
verb
to squeak

frigo
frīgō
verb
to roast

frigor
frīgor
noun
cold

frigorificus
frīgorificus
adjective
cooling

frigoro
frīgorō
verb
to cool down

frigulo
frigulō
verb

frigultio
frigultiō
verb
to twitter

frigus
frīgus
noun
cold

frigusculum
frīgusculum
noun
slight cold

frigutio
frigūtiō
verb
to twitter

friguttio
friguttiō
verb
to twitter

fringilla
fringilla
noun
a small bird

fringuilla
fringuilla
noun
a small bird

fringulo
fringulo
verb
to twitter

fringultio
fringultiō
verb

fringultio
fringultiō
verb
to twitter

fringutio
fringūtiō
verb

fringutio
fringūtiō
verb
to twitter

Friniatis
Friniātis
noun
a Ligurian people on the northern slope of the Apennines

frio
friō
verb
to rub

Frisius
Frīsius
adjective
Frisian

Frisius
Frīsius
noun
the Frisians

frit
frit
noun

fritilla
fritilla
noun
a gruel used at sacrifices

fritilla
fritilla
noun

fritillus
fritillus
noun
a box from which the dice were thrown

fritinnio
fritinniō
verb
to twitter or chirp

Frivolaria
Frīvolāria
noun
the title of a comedy of Plautus

frivole
frīvolē
adverb
in a silly manner

frivolum
frīvolum
noun
wretched furniture

frivolus
frīvolus
adjective
silly

frixo
frixō
verb
to roast thoroughly

frixorium
frixōrium
noun
a frying-pan

frixura
frixūra
noun
a frying-pan

frixus
frixus
adjective

frondarius
frondārius
adjective
of or for leaves

frondatio
frondātiō
noun
a stripping off of leaves

frondator
frondātor
noun
one who strips off leaves

frondeo
frondeō
verb
to have or put forth leaves

frondesco
frondescō
verb
to become leafy

frondeus
frondeus
adjective
of leaves

frondicomus
frondicomus
adjective
leafy

frondifer
frondifer
adjective
leaf-bearing

frondifluus
frondifluus
adjective
leaf-falling

frondosus
frondōsus
adjective
full of leaves

frons
frons
noun
a leafy branch

frons
frons
noun
the forehead

frontale
frontāle
noun
an ornament for the forehead

frontatus
frontātus
noun
stones that go from one side of a wall to the other

Frontinus
Frontīnus
noun
a Roman surname

fronto
frontō
noun
amplif

Fronto
Frontō
noun
a proper name

Frontonianus
Frontōniānus
adjective
of Fronto

Frontonianus
Frontōniānus
noun
pupils of Fronto

frontosus
frontōsus
adjective
manybrowed

fros
fros
noun
a leafy branch

fros
fros
cross-reference

fructetum
fructētum
noun
bushes

fructifer
fructifer
adjective
fruit-bearing

fructificatio
fructificātiō
noun
a bearing of fruit

fructifico
fructificō
verb
to bear fruit

fructuaria
fructuāria
noun
one who has the usufruct

fructuarius
fructuārius
noun
one who has the usufruct

fructuarius
fructuārius
adjective
of or belonging to fruit

fructuose
fructuōsē
adverb
profitably

fructuosus
fructuōsus
adjective
abounding in fruit

fructus
fructus
adjective

fructus
fructus
noun
an enjoying

frudo
frūdō
verb
to cheat

frugalis
frūgālis
adjective
Of or belonging to fruits

frugalitas
frūgālitas
noun
economy

frugaliter
frūgāliter
adverb
moderately

frugamenta
frūgāmenta
cross-reference

frugesco
frūgescō
verb
to bear fruit

frugi
frūgī
adjective
adj. indecl

frugifer
frūgifer
adjective
fruit-bearing

frugiferens
frūgiferens
adjective
fruitbearing

frugilegus
frūgilegus
adjective
fruit-gathering

frugiparens
frūgiparens
adjective
fruit-bearing

frugiparus
frūgiparus
adjective
fruitbearing

frugiperdus
frūgiperdus
adjective
fruit-losing

frugis
frūgis
noun
fruits of the earth

fruitio
fruitiō
noun
enjoyment

fruiturus
fruitūrus
adjective

frumen
frūmen
noun
A gruel or porridge made of corn

frumentaceus
frūmentāceus
adjective
of corn or grain

frumentalis
frūmentālis
adjective

frumentarius
frūmentārius
adjective
of or belonging to corn

frumentarius
frūmentārius
noun
A corn-dealer

frumentatio
frūmentātiō
noun
A providing of corn

frumentator
frūmentātor
noun
a provider of corn

frumentor
frūmentor
verb
to fetch corn

frumentum
frūmentum
noun
corn

frundifer
frundifer
adjective
leaf-bearing

frundifer
frundifer
cross-reference

frundosus
frundōsus
adjective
full of leaves

frundosus
frundōsus
cross-reference

fruniscor
frūniscor
verb
to enjoy

frunitus
frūnītus
adjective

fruns
fruns
noun
a leafy branch

fruns
fruns
adjective

fruor
fruor
verb
to derive enjoyment from

frus
frus
noun
a leafy branch

frus
frus
cross-reference

Frusinas
Frusinas
adjective
of or belonging to Frusino

Frusinatis
Frusinātis
noun
the inhabitants of Frusino

Frusino
Frusinō
noun
a city of the Hernici

frustatim
frustātim
adverb
piecemeal

frustillatim
frustillātim
adverb
in small pieces

frustillum
frustillum
noun
a small piece

frusto
frustō
verb
to break to pieces

frustra
frustra
adverb
In deception

frustra
frustrā
adverb
In deception

frustrabilis
frustrābilis
adjective
that will be disappointed

frustramen
frustrāmen
noun
deception

frustratio
frustrātiō
noun
a deceiving

frustrator
frustrātor
noun
a deceiver

frustratorius
frustrātōrius
adjective
deceptive

frustratus
frustrātus
noun
a deceiving

frustro
frustrō
verb

frustror
frustror
verb
v. dep.

frustror
frustror
verb
v. dep.

frustulentus
frustulentus
adjective
full of small pieces

frustulum
frustulum
noun
a small piece

frustum
frustum
noun
a piece

frutectosus
frutectōsus
adjective
full of bushes or shrubs

frutectum
frutectum
noun
a place full of shrubs or bushes

frutetosus
frutētosus
adjective
full of bushes or shrubs

frutetum
frutētum
noun
a place full of shrubs or bushes

frutex
frutex
noun
a shrub

Fruti
Frutī
noun
an Etruscan name of Venus

fruticatio
fruticātiō
noun
a springing forth of shoots

fruticesco
fruticescō
verb
to put forth shoots

fruticetum
fruticētum
noun
a place full of shrubs or bushes

fruticor
fruticor
verb
to put forth shoots

fruticor
fruticor
verb
to put forth shoots

fruticosus
fruticōsus
adjective
full of shrubs or bushes

Frutinal
Frutinal
noun
the temple of Etruscan Venus

Frutis
Frūtis
noun
an Etruscan name of Venus

frux
frux
noun
fruits of the earth

fu
fu
interjection
foh! fugh!

fu
fu
interjection
foh! fie!

fu
fu
interjection

fuat
fuat
cross-reference

fucate
fūcātē
adverb
with paint or color

fucatus
fūcātus
adjective

fucatus
fūcātus
adjective
painted

fucilis
fūcilis
cross-reference

fucinus
fūcinus
adjective
colored with orchil

Fucinus
Fūcinus
noun
a lake of Latium

fuco
fūcō
verb
to color

fucosus
fūcōsus
adjective
painted

fucus
fūcus
noun
rock-lichen

fucus
fūcus
noun
a drone

fue
fue
interjection
foh! fie!

fufae
fūfae
interjection
foh! fie!

Fufidianus
Fūfidiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Fufidius

Fufidius
Fūfidius
adjective
name of a Roman gens. So

Fufius
Fūfius
adjective
name of a Roman gens. So esp.

fuga
fuga
noun
a fleeing

fugacitas
fugācitas
cross-reference

fugaciter
fugāciter
adverb
in fleeing

fugale
fugāle
noun
a festival celebrated on the

fugator
fugātor
noun
he who puts to flight

fugatrix
fugātrix
noun
she that puts to flight

fugax
fugax
adjective
apt to flee

fugela
fugēla
noun
flight

fugiens
fugiens
adjective

fugiens
fugiens
adjective
fleeing

fugio
fugiō
verb
to flee or fly

fugitans
fugitans
adjective

fugitans
fugitans
adjective
fleeing

fugitivarius
fugitīvārius
noun
One employed to catch and bring back fugitive slaves

fugitivus
fugitīvus
adjective
fleeing away

fugitivus
fugitīvus
noun
a fugitive

fugito
fugitō
verb
to flee eagerly or in haste

fugitor
fugitor
noun
one who flees or runs away

fugo
fugō
verb
to cause to flee

fulcimen
fulcīmen
noun
a prop

fulcimentum
fulcīmentum
noun
a prop

Fulcinius
Fulcīnius
adjective
name of a Roman gens

fulcio
fulciō
verb
to prop up

fulcipedia
fulcipedia
noun
propfoot

fulcitus
fulcītus
adjective

fulcrum
fulcrum
noun
the post or foot of a couch

fulctura
fulctūra
cross-reference

Fulfula
Fulfula
noun
a city of the Samnites

fulgens
fulgens
adjective

fulgens
fulgens
adjective
shining

fulgenter
fulgenter
adverb
glitteringly

Fulgentius
Fulgentius
noun
a Roman mythographer and grammarian in the beginning of the sixth century of the Christian era

fulgeo
fulgeō
verb
to flash

fulgerator
fulgerātor
cross-reference

fulgesco
fulgescō
verb
to flash

fulgetra
fulgētra
noun

fulgetra
fulgetra
noun

fulgetrum
fulgetrum
noun
heat-lightning

fulgetrum
fulgētrum
noun
heat-lightning

fulgidulus
fulgidulus
adjective
shining a little

fulgidus
fulgidus
adjective
flashing

Fulginas
Fulginas
adjective
of or belonging to Fulginia

Fulginatis
Fulginātis
noun
the inhabitants of Fulginia

Fulginia
Fulginia
noun
a city of Umbria

Fulginiatis
Fulginiātis
noun
the inhabitants of Fulginia

fulgitrua
fulgitrua
noun

fulgo
fulgō
verb

fulgor
fulgor
noun
lightning

Fulgora
Fulgora
noun
a goddess who presided over lightning

fulgur
fulgur
noun
flashing lightning

fulguralis
fulgurālis
adjective
of or relating to lightning

fulguratio
fulgurātiō
noun
sheetlightning

fulgurator
fulgurātor
noun
A priest who interprets and propitiates lightning

fulguratum
fulgurātum
noun
things struck by lightning

fulguratura
fulgurātūra
noun
the interpretation of lightnings

fulguratus
fulgurātus
adjective

fulgureus
fulgureus
adjective
full of lightning

fulguriator
fulguriātor
cross-reference

fulgurio
fulguriō
verb
to hurl lightnings

fulguritum
fulgurītum
noun
that which has been struck by lightning

fulguro
fulgurō
verb
to lighten

fulica
fulica
noun
a coot

fuliginatus
fūlīginātus
adjective
painted with a black powder

fuligineus
fūlīgineus
adjective
like soot

fuliginosus
fūlīginōsus
adjective
full of soot

fuligo
fūlīgō
noun
soot

fulix
fulix
noun
a coot

fulix
fulix
noun

fullo
fullō
noun
A fuller

fullonia
fullōnia
noun
the fuller's trade

fullonica
fullōnica
noun
The fuller's craft

fullonicum
fullonicum
noun
A fuller's shop

fullonicum
fullōnicum
noun

fullonicus
fullōnicus
adjective
of or belonging to fullers

fullonium
fullōnium
noun
a fuller's shop

fullonius
fullōnius
adjective
of or belonging to fullers

fulmen
fulmen
noun
lightning that strikes or sets on fire

fulmenta
fulmenta
noun
a prop

fulmentum
fulmentum
noun
a prop

fulminata
fulmināta
cross-reference

fulminatio
fulminātiō
noun
a darting of lightning

fulminator
fulminātor
noun
lightninghurler

fulminatrix
fulminātrix
cross-reference

fulminatus
fulminātus
adjective
provided with thunder-bolts

fulmineus
fulmineus
adjective
of or belonging to lightning

fulmino
fulminō
verb
to lighten

fultor
fultor
noun
a supporter

fultura
fultūra
noun
a prop

fultus
fultus
adjective

fulvaster
fulvaster
adjective
yellowish

Fulvia
Fulvia
cross-reference
daughter of

Fulvia
Fulvia
noun

Fulvianus
Fulviānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Fulvius

Fulviaster
Fulviaster
noun
an imitator of a Fulvius

Fulvius
Fulvius
adjective
name of a Roman gens

fulvum
fulvum
noun
reddish-yellow

fulvus
fulvus
adjective
deep yellow

fumariolum
fūmāriolum
noun
a smoke-hole

fumarium
fūmārium
noun
a smokechamber for ripening wine

fumator
fūmātor
noun
one who ripens wine

fumesco
fūmescō
verb
to smoke

fumeus
fūmeus
adjective
full of smoke

fumicus
fūmicus
adjective
smoky

fumidus
fūmidus
adjective
full of smoke

fumifer
fūmifer
adjective
producing smoke

fumifico
fūmificō
verb
to make or cause smoke

fumificus
fūmificus
adjective
making or causing smoke

fumigabundus
fūmigābundus
adjective
causing smoke

fumigium
fūmigium
noun
a fumigating

fumigo
fūmigō
verb
to smoke

fumo
fūmō
verb
to smoke

fumosus
fūmōsus
adjective
full of smoke

fumus
fūmus
noun
smoke

funale
fūnāle
noun

funale
fūnāle
noun
A cord or thong of a sling

funalis
fūnālis
adjective
consisting of or attached to a rope or cord

funambulus
fūnambulus
noun
a rope-dancer

funarius
fūnārius
adjective
of or belonging to a rope

Funarius
Fūnārius
noun
a surname of

functio
functiō
noun
a performing

functus
functus
adjective

funda
funda
noun
a sling

fundalis
fundālis
adjective
of or belonging to a sling

fundamen
fundāmen
noun
a foundation

fundamentum
fundāmentum
noun
a foundation

Fundani
Fundānī
adverb
the inhabitants of Fundi

Fundania
Fundānia
noun
Varro's wife

Fundanius
Fundānius
adjective

Fundanius
Fundānius
adjective

Fundanius
Fundānius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens.

Fundanus
Fundānus
adjective
of or belonging to Fundi

Fundanus
Fundānus
adjective

fundatio
fundātiō
noun
a founding

fundator
fundātor
noun
a founder

fundatus
fundātus
adjective
firm

fundatus
fundātus
adjective

fundibalum
fundibalum
noun
a hurling or slinging machine

fundibalus
fundibalus
noun
a hurling or slinging machine

fundibularius
fundibulārius
noun
a slinger

fundibulum
fundibulum
cross-reference
a funnel

fundibulum
fundibulum
noun
a hurling or slinging machine

fundito
funditō
verb
To hurl or sling at

funditor
funditor
noun
one who fights with a sling

funditus
funditus
adverb
from the very bottom

fundo
fundō
verb
to lay the bottom

fundo
fundō
verb
to pour

fundula
fundula
noun
a street without an outlet

fundulus
fundulus
noun
A kind of sausage

fundus
fundus
noun
the bottom

Fundus
Fundus
noun
a sea-coast town of Latium

funebre
fūnēbre
noun
funeral rites

funebre
fūnebre
noun
funeral rites

funebris
fūnēbris
adjective
of or belonging to a funeral

funebris
fūnebris
adjective
of or belonging to a funeral

funerarius
fūnerārius
adjective
of or relating to a funeral

funerarius
fūnerārius
noun
one who took charge of funerals

funeraticius
fūnerātīcius
adjective
of or relating to a funeral

funeratio
fūnerātiō
noun
a burial

funeratius
fūnerātius
adjective
of or relating to a funeral

funerator
fūnerātor
cross-reference

funeratus
fūnerātus
adjective
killed

funerepus
fūnerēpus
noun
a rope-dancer

funerepus
fūnerēpus
noun

funereus
fūnereus
adjective
of or belonging to a funeral

funeror
fūneror
verb

funero
fūnerō
verb
to bury with funeral rites

funesto
fūnestō
verb
to pollute or disgrace with murder

funestus
fūnestus
adjective
causing death

funetum
fūnētum
noun
a vine trained so as to form an arbor

fungidus
fungidus
cross-reference

funginus
funginus
adjective
of a mushroom

fungor
fungor
verb
to busy one's self with or be engaged in

fungosus
fungōsus
adjective
full of holes

fungulus
fungulus
noun
a small mushroom

fungus
fungus
noun
a mushroom

funiambulus
fūniambulus
cross-reference

funicula
fūnicula
noun

funiculus
fūniculus
noun
a slender rope

funirepus
fūnirēpus
noun
a rope-dancer

funis
fūnis
noun
a rope

funus
fūnus
noun
a funeral procession

fuo
fuō
cross-reference

fur
fūr
noun
a thief

Fura
Fura
noun
name of a goddess

furacitas
fūrācitās
noun
inclination to steal

furaciter
fūrāciter
adverb
thievishly

furator
fūrātor
noun
a thief

furatrina
fūrātrīna
noun
a stealing

furax
fūrax
adjective
inclined to steal

furca
furca
noun
a two-pronged fork

furcifer
furcifer
noun
a yoke-bearer

furcifera
furcifera
noun

furcilla
furcilla
noun
a little fork

furcillatus
furcillātus
adjective
pointed like a fork

furcillo
furcillō
verb
to support

furcosus
furcōsus
adjective
full of forks or points

furcula
furcula
noun
A forked prop

Furculae Caudinae
Furculae Caudinae
expression
two lofty

furenter
furenter
adverb
furiously

furfur
furfur
noun
bran

furfuraceus
furfurāceus
adjective
like bran

furfurarius
furfurārius
adjective
of or belonging to bran

furfureus
furfureus
adjective
of bran

furfuricula
furfuricula
noun
fine bran

furfuris
furfuris
noun
bran

furfurosus
furfurōsus
adjective
like bran

furia
furia
noun
violent passion

furia
furia
noun
violent passion

Furiae
Furiaē
adverb
the three goddesses of vengeance

furialis
furiālis
adjective
Of or pertaining to the Furies

furialiter
furiāliter
adverb
furiously

Furianus
Fūriānus
adjective
Furian

Furianus
Fūriānus
noun
the soldiers of M. Furius Camillus

Furianus
Fūriānus
adjective

furiatilis
furiātilis
adjective
raging

furiatus
furiātus
adjective

furiatus
furiātus
adjective
enraged

furibunde
furibundē
adverb
furiously

furibundus
furibundus
adjective
raging

Furina
Furīna
noun
a goddess worshipped in ancient Rome

Furinale
Furīnāle
noun
the festival of Furina

Furinalis
Furīnālis
adjective
of or belonging to Furina

furinus
fūrīnus
adjective
of or belonging to thieves

furio
furiō
verb
to be mad

furio
furiō
verb
to drive mad

furiose
furiōsē
adverb
furiously

furiositas
furiōsitās
noun
rage

furiosus
furiōsus
adjective
full of madness or rage

Furius
Fūrius
cross-reference
a Roman family name

Furius
Fūrius
adjective
of or belonging to a Furius

furnacarius
furnācārius
noun

furnacarius
furnācārius
adjective
of or belonging to a furnace

furnacator
furnācātor
cross-reference

furnaceus
furnāceus
adjective
of or belonging to an oven

furnaria
furnāria
noun
the trade of a baker

furnarius
furnārius
noun
a baker

Furnius
Furnius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

furnus
furnus
noun
an oven

furor
fūror
verb
to steal

furo
furō
verb
to rage

furor
furor
noun
a raging

Furor
Furor
noun
Rage

Furrina
Furrīna
noun

Furrina
Furrīna
noun
a goddess worshipped in ancient Rome

Furrinale
Furrīnāle
noun
the festival of Furina

Furrinalis
Furrīnālis
noun

Furrinalis
Furrīnālis
adjective
of or belonging to Furina

furtificus
furtificus
adjective
that commits theft

furtim
furtim
adverb
by stealth

furtive
furtīvē
adverb
stealthily

furtivus
furtīvus
adjective
stolen

furto
furtō
adverb
by stealth

furtum
furtum
noun
theft

furunculus
fūrunculus
noun
a petty thief

furvescens
furvescens
adjective
growing dark

furvus
furvus
adjective
dark

fuscator
fuscātor
noun
a darkener

fuscina
fuscina
noun
a three-pronged spear

fuscinula
fuscinula
noun
a small three-pronged fork

Fuscinus
Fuscīnus
noun
a friend of Juvenal to whom his fourteenth Satire is addressed

Fuscinus
Fuscīnus
adjective

Fuscinus
Fuscīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a Fuscus

fuscitas
fuscitās
noun
darkness

fusco
fuscō
verb
to make dark

fuscus
fuscus
adjective
dark

Fuscus
Fuscus
noun
a Roman surname

fuse
fūsē
adverb
Spread out

fusilis
fūsilis
adjective
molten

fusio
fūsiō
noun
a pouring out

Fusius
Fūsius
adjective

Fusius
Fūsius
cross-reference
a Roman family name

Fusius
Fūsius
adjective
of or belonging to a Furius

fusor
fūsor
noun
a founder

fusorium
fūsōrium
noun
a sink

fusorius
fūsōrius
adjective
molten

fusterna
fusterna
noun
the upper part

fustibalator
fustibalātor
noun
one who fought with the sling-staff

fustibalus
fustibalus
noun
a sling-staff

fusticulus
fusticulus
noun
a small piece of wood

fustigo
fustīgō
verb
to cudgel to death

fustis
fustis
noun
a knobbed stick

fustitudinus
fustitudinus
adjective
cudgel-banging

fustuarium
fustuārium
noun
a cudgelling to death

fustuarius
fustuārius
adjective
belonging to a cudgelling to death

fusura
fūsūra
noun
a founding or casting

fusus
fūsus
noun
a spindle

fusus
fūsus
adjective
spread out

fusus
fūsus
adjective

fusus
fūsus
noun
a pouring

futare
futāre
cross-reference

futatim
fūtātim
adverb
abundantly

futile
fūtile
cross-reference

futilis
fūtilis
adjective
that easily pours out

futilitas
fūtilitās
noun
worthlessness

futiliter
fūtiliter
adverb

futio
fūtiō
noun
a pouring out

futis
fūtis
noun
a watervessel

futtile
futtile
noun
a water-vessel

futtile
futtilē
adverb

futtile
futtile
noun

futtile
futtile
noun

futtilis
futtilis
adjective
that easily pours out

futtilitas
futtilitās
noun
worthlessness

futtiliter
futtiliter
adverb

futtiliter
futtiliter
noun

futuo
futuō
verb
to have connection with

futurus
futūrus
adjective

fututio
futūtiō
noun
copulation

fututor
futūtor
noun
a copulator

fututrix
futūtrix
noun
she that copulates

fututus
futūtus
adjective

fuvi
fūvī
adverb

Fvneraticivm
Fvneraticivm
adjective
of or relating to a funeral

fylacterium
fylactērium
noun
an amulet

 
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