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gaesum
gaesum
noun
a heavy iron javelin (of the Gauls)

galbaneus
galbaneus
adjective
of galbanum

galbinum
galbinum
noun
[sc. vestimenta] pale green garments

galea
galea
noun
a helmet

galeatus
galeātus
adjective
helmed

galeritus
galērītus
adjective
wearing a hood

galerus
galērus
noun
a conical cap of leather

Galla
Galla
noun
see Gallus

galla
galla
noun
a gall-apple

Gallica
Gallica
noun
a Gallic shoe

gallina
gallīna
noun
a hen

gallinaceus
gallīnāceus
adjective
of hens

gallinarius
gallīnārius
noun
a keeper of poultry

Gallus
Gallus
noun
i. See 2 Gallus

Gallus
Gallus
adjective
of Gaul

gallus
gallus
noun
a cock

ganea
gānea
noun
an eating-house

ganeo
gāneō
noun
a glutton

ganeum
gāneum
noun
an eating-house

gangaba
gangaba
noun
a porter

Gangeticus
Gangēticus
adjective
of the Ganges

gannio
ganniō
verb
to bark

Garamantis
Garamantis
noun
adj

garon
garon
cross-reference

garon
garon
noun
a rich sauce made of small fish

garrio
garriō
verb
to chatter

garrulitas
garrulitās
noun
a chattering

garrulus
garrulus
adjective
chattering

garum
garum
noun
a rich sauce made of small fish

gaudens
gaudēns
adjective
joyful

gaudeo
gaudeō
verb
to rejoice

gaudium
gaudium
noun
inward joy

gausape
gausape
noun
a rough woollen cloth

gavisus
gāvīsus
participle
p. of gaudeo

gaza
gaza
noun
a treasure

gelide
gelidē
adverb
coldly

gelidus
gelidus
adjective
icy cold

gelo
gelō
verb
to freeze

gelu
gelū
noun
frost

gemebundus
gemebundus
adjective
groaning

gemellipara
gemellipara
noun
twin-bearing

gemellus
gemellus
adjective
born together

gemens
gemēns
participle
p. of gemo

geminatio
geminātiō
noun
a doubling

geminatus
geminātus
adjective
twinned

gemino
geminō
verb
to double

geminus
geminus
adjective
born together

gemitus
gemitus
noun
a sighing

gemma
gemma
noun
a bud

gemmans
gemmāns
adjective
decked with jewels

gemmatus
gemmātus
adjective
set with jewels

gemmeus
gemmeus
adjective
set with gems

gemmifer
gemmifer
adjective
producing gems

gemmo
gemmō
verb
to put forth buds

gemo
gemō
verb
to sigh

gena
gena
noun
a cheek

genealogus
geneālogus
noun
a genealogist

gener
gener
noun
a daughter's husband

generalis
generālis
adjective
of a species

generaliter
generāliter
adverb
in general

generatim
generātim
adverb
by kinds

generator
generātor
noun
a begetter

genero
generō
verb
to beget

generose
generōsē
adverb
nobly

generosus
generōsus
adjective
of noble birth

genesis
genesis
noun
(birth)

genesta
genesta
noun
the broom-plant

genetivus
genetīvus
adjective
of generation

genetrix
genetrīx
noun
she that has borne

genialis
geniālis
adjective
of generation

genialiter
geniāliter
adverb
jovially

geniculatus
geniculātus
adjective
having knots

genista
genista
cross-reference

genista
genista
noun
the broom-plant

genitalis
genitālis
adjective
of generation

genitivus
genitīvus
cross-reference

genitor
genitor
noun
a begetter

genitrix
genitrīx
cross-reference

geniturus
genitūrus
participle
pP. of gigno

genitus
genitus
participle
pP. of gigno

genius
genius
noun
a tutelar deity

geno
genō
verb
to beget

gens
gēns
noun
a race

genticus
genticus
adjective
peculiar to a nation

gentilicius
gentīlīcius
adjective
of a clan

gentilis
gentīlis
adjective
of a clan

gentilitas
gentīlitās
noun
the relationship between members of a gens

gentius
gentius
adjective
of a clan

genu
genū
noun
a knee

genual
genuāl
noun
garters

genuinus
genuīnus
adjective
of the cheek

genuinus
genuīnus
adjective
innate

genus
genus
cross-reference
collat. form of genu

genus
genus
noun
a race

geographia
geōgraphia
noun
geography

geometres
geōmetrēs
noun
a geometer

geometria
geōmetria
noun
geometry

geometricus
geōmetricus
adjective
of geometry

Georgica
Geōrgica
noun
poems of husbandry

Georgicon
Geōrgicōn
noun
poems of husbandry

gerens
gerēns
adjective
managing

germana
germāna
noun
a full sister

germane
germānē
adverb
sincerely

Germanicus
Germānicus
adjective
of the Germans

germanitas
germānitās
noun
the relation between children of the same parents

germanus
germānus
adjective
of brothers and sisters

germen
germen
noun
a sprig

germino
germinō
verb
to sprout

gero
gerō
verb
to bear about

gerro
gerrō
noun
a trifler

gerulus
gerulus
noun
a carrier

gestamen
gestāmen
noun
a burden

gestiens
gestiēns
adjective
unbridled

gestio
gestiō
noun
a managing

gestio
gestiō
verb
to gesticulate

gesto
gestō
verb
to bear

gestum
gestum
noun
deeds

gestus
gestus
participle
p. of gero

gestus
gestus
noun
bearing

gesum
gēsum
noun
a heavy iron javelin (of the Gauls)

gibbus
gibbus
noun
a hunch

Giganteus
Gigantēus
adjective
of the giants

Gigas
Gigās
noun
a giant

gignens
gīgnens
noun
productive things

gigno
gīgnō
verb
to produce

gilvus
gilvus
adjective
pale yellow

gingiva
gingīva
noun
a gum (of the jaw)

glaber
glaber
adjective
smooth

glacialis
glaciālis
adjective
icy

glacies
glaciēs
noun
ice

glacio
glaciō
verb
to turn into ice

gladiator
gladiātor
noun
a swordsman

gladiatorius
gladiātōrius
adjective
of gladiators

gladiatura
gladiātūra
noun
a fight of gladiators

gladius
gladius
noun
a sword

glaeba
glaeba
noun
a lump of earth

glaebula
glaebula
noun
a little piece of earth

glaesum
glaesum
noun
amber

glandifer
glandifer
adjective
producing acorns

glans
glāns
noun
an acorn

glarea
glārea
noun
gravel

glareosus
glāreōsus
adjective
full of gravel

glaucus
glaucus
adjective
bright

gleba
glēba
cross-reference

gleba
glēba
noun
a lump of earth

glebula
glēbula
cross-reference

glebula
glēbula
noun
a little piece of earth

glesum
glēsum
cross-reference

glesum
glēsum
noun
amber

glisco
glīscō
verb
to swell

globosus
globōsus
adjective
round as a ball

globus
globus
noun
a round body

glomero
glomerō
verb
to wind into a ball

glomus
glomus
noun
a clew

gloria
glōria
noun
glory

glorians
glōriāns
participle
p. of glorior

gloriatio
glōriātiō
noun
a glorying

glorior
glōrior
verb
to boast

gloriola
glōriola
noun
a bit of glory

gloriose
glōriōsē
adverb
gloriously

gloriosus
glōriōsus
adjective
full of glory

glubo
glūbō
verb
to bark

gluten
glūten
noun
glue

glutinator
glūtinātor
noun
a bookbinder

glutio
glūtiō
verb
to swallow

gluttio
gluttiō
verb
to swallow

Gnaeus
Gnaeus
noun
a praenomen

gnarus
gnārus
adjective
knowing

gnata
gnāta
noun
a daughter

gnata
gnāta
cross-reference

Gnatho
Gnathō
noun
the name of a parasite

gnatus
gnātus
adjective
born

gnatus
gnātus
cross-reference

gnave
gnāvē
adverb
diligently

gnavitas
gnāvitās
noun
promptness

gnaviter
gnāviter
adverb
diligently

gnavus
gnāvus
adjective
busy

Gnosius
Gnōsius
adjective
of Cnosus

gobio
gōbiō
noun
a fish of small value

Gorgo
Gorgō
noun
a Gorgon

gorytos
gōrȳtos
noun
a quiver

grabatus
grabātus
noun
a low couch

gracilis
gracilis
adjective
thin

gracilitas
gracilitās
noun
slenderness

graculus
grāculus
noun
a jackdaw

gradatim
gradātim
adverb
step by step

gradatio
gradātiō
noun
a climax

gradior
gradior
verb
to take steps

Gradivus
Grādīvus
noun
a surname of Mars

gradus
gradus
noun
a step

Graece
Graecē
adverb
in the Greek language

graecor
graecor
verb
to imitate the Greeks

Graecostasis
Graecostasis
noun
a building in which foreign ambassadors awaited decisions of the senate

Graeculus
Graeculus
adjective
grecian

Graecus
Graecus
adjective
of the Greeks

Graiugena
Grāiugena
noun
a Grecian by birth

Graius
Grāius
adjective
of the Greeks

gramen
grāmen
noun
grass

gramineus
grāmineus
adjective
of grass

grammatica
grammatica
noun
and

grammaticum
grammaticum
noun
grammar

grammaticus
grammaticus
adjective
of grammar

granarium
grānārium
noun
a store-house for corn

grandaevus
grandaevus
adjective
in years

grande
grande
adverb
loudly

grandesco
grandēscō
verb
to become great

grandiculus
grandiculus
adjective
rather large

grandifer
grandifer
adjective
bearing largely

grandiloquus
grandiloquus
noun
speaking loftily

grandino
grandinō
verb
to hail

grandis
grandis
adjective
[of things] full-grown

granditas
granditās
noun
grandeur

granditer
granditer
adverb
loftily

grandiuscula
grandiuscula
cross-reference
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grando
grandō
noun
hail

granifer
grānifer
adjective
grain-bearing

granum
grānum
noun
a grain

graphium
graphium
noun
a writing-style

grassans
grassāns
participle
p. of grassor

grassator
grassātor
noun
a disorderly person

grassor
grassor
verb
to go

gratans
grātāns
participle
p. of grator

grate
grātē
adverb
with pleasure

grates
grātēs
noun
thanks

gratia
grātia
noun
favor

gratificatio
grātificātiō
noun
obligingness

gratificor
grātificor
verb
to do a favor

gratiis
grātiīs
adverb
without reward

gratiosus
grātiōsus
adjective
full of favor

gratis
grātīs
adverb
out of favor

grator
grātor
verb
to manifest joy

gratuito
grātuītō
adverb
without pay

gratuitus
grātuītus
adjective
done without pay

gratulabundus
grātulābundus
adjective
congratulating

gratulatio
grātulātiō
noun
a manifestation of joy

gratulator
grātulātor
noun
one who congratulates (in a spurious passage)

gratulor
grātulor
verb
to manifest joy

gratus
grātus
adjective
beloved

Graus
Grāus
adjective
of the Greeks

gravans
gravāns
participle
p. of gravo

gravanter
gravanter
adverb
reluctantly

gravate
gravātē
adverb
with difficulty

gravatim
gravātim
adverb
reluctantly

gravatus
gravātus
participle
p. of gravo

grave
grave
adverb
strongly

gravedinosus
gravēdinōsus
adjective
subject to colds

gravedo
gravēdō
noun
a cold

gravesco
gravēscō
verb
to become burdened

graviditas
graviditās
noun
pregnancy

gravido
gravidō
verb
to load

gravidus
gravidus
adjective
laden

gravis
gravis
adjective
heavy

gravissime
gravissimē
cross-reference

gravitas
gravitās
noun
weight

graviter
graviter
adverb
weightily

gravo
gravō
verb
to make heavy

gravor
gravor
verb
to be burdened

gregalis
gregālis
adjective
of a flock

gregarius
gregārius
adjective
of the herd

gregatim
gregātim
adverb
in flocks

gremium
gremium
noun
a lap

gressus
gressus
participle
p. of gradior

gressus
gressus
noun
a stepping

grex
grex
noun
a flock

gruis
gruis
noun
a crane

grunditus
grūndītus
noun
a grunting

grunnio
grūnniō
verb
to grunt

grunnitus
grūnnītus
noun
a grunting

grus
grūs
noun
a crane

gryps
grȳps
noun
a griffin (a fabulous four-legged bird)

gubernaculum
gubernāculum
noun
a helm

gubernatio
gubernātiō
noun
a steering

gubernator
gubernātor
noun
a steersman

gubernatrix
gubernātrīx
noun
a conductress

guberno
gubernō
verb
to steer

gula
gula
noun
the gullet

gulosus
gulōsus
adjective
appetizing

gumia
gumia
noun
a glutton

guminasium
guminasium
cross-reference

gurges
gurges
noun
a raging abyss

gurgulio
gurguliō
noun
the gullet

gurgustium
gurgustium
noun
a mean dwelling

gustatus
gustātus
noun
the taste

gusto
gustō
verb
to taste

gustus
gustus
noun
a tasting

gutta
gutta
noun
a drop

guttur
guttur
noun
the gullet

guttus
guttus
noun
a narrow-necked flask

gutus
gūtus
noun
a narrow-necked flask

gymnasiarchus
gymnasiarchus
noun
the master of a gymnasium

gymnasium
gymnasium
noun
a Grecian school for gymnastic training

gymnicus
gymnicus
adjective
of bodily exercise

gynaeceum
gynaecēum
noun
the women's apartments

gynaecium
gynaecīum
noun
the women's apartments

gynaeconitis
gynaecōnītis
noun
the women's apartments (of a Grecian house)

gypsatus
gypsātus
adjective
covered with gypsum

gypsum
gypsum
noun
white lime plaster gypsum

gyrus
gȳrus
noun
a circle

 
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