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G
G
noun
initial

g
g
noun
initial

Gabalicus
Gabalicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Gabali

Gabalitanus
Gabalitānus
adjective
Its inhabitants

Gabalitanus
Gabalitānus
noun
Its inhabitants

gabalium
gabalium
noun
an aromatic shrub in Arabia

gabalus
gābalus
noun
a kind of gallows

Gabalus
Gabalus
noun
a people in Aquitanian Gaul

Gabaon
Gabaon
noun
a city of Judea

Gabaoniticus
Gabaōnīticus
adjective
of or belonging to Gabaon

gabata
gabata
noun
a kind of dish or platter

Gabba
Gabba
noun
a famous wit of the time of Tiberius

Gabiensis
Gabiensis
adjective
of Gabii

Gabinianus
Gabīniānus
adjective
in the Civil War

Gabinius
Gabīnius
adjective
the name of a Roman

Gabinius
Gabīnius
adjective
of or belonging to a Gabinius

Gabinus
Gabīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Gabii

Gabinus
Gabīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Gabii

Gabinus
Gabīnus
adjective

Gabius
Gabius
noun
an ancient city of Latium founded by the Sicilians

Gaddir
Gaddir
adjective

Gadir
Gadir
adjective

Gaditana
Gādītāna
noun
women of Gades

Gaditanus
Gādītānus
adjective

Gaditanus
Gādītānus
noun
the inhabitants of Gades

Gaditanus
Gādītānus
noun
of Gades

Gads
Gāds
noun
a famous colony of the Phaenicians established on an island of the same name in

gaesatus
gaesātus
noun
Gallic

gaesum
gaesum
noun
a long

Gaetulia
Gaetūlia
noun
the country of the Gaetulians

Gaetulicus
Gaetūlicus
adjective
Gaetulian

Gaetulicus
Gaetūlicus
noun
a surname of

Gaetulus
Gaetūlus
noun
the Gaetulian

Gaetulus
Gaetūlus
adjective
of or belonging to the Gaetulians

Gaetulus
Gaetūlus
noun
a people of northwestern Africa

gagates
gagātēs
noun
a hard

Gaia
Gāia
noun
a Roman praenomen

Gaianus
Gāiānus
adjective
the emperor Gaius Caligula

Gaipor
Gaipor
cross-reference

Gaius
Gāius
noun
a Roman praenomen

Gala
Gala
noun
the father of Masinissa

galactites
galactītēs
noun
a precious stone of a milk-white color

galactitis
galactītis
noun
a precious stone of a milk-white color

Galaesus
Galaesus
noun
a river of Magna Graecia

Galanthis
Galanthis
noun
a female attendant of Alcmene

Galata
Galata
adverb
a Galatian

Galata
Galata
noun
a Celtic people who migrated into Phrygia

Galatea
Galatēa
noun
A seanymph

Galatia
Galatīa
noun
Galatia

Galatia
Galatia
noun
the country inhabited by the Galatians

Galatia
Galatīa
noun
the country inhabited by the Galatians

Galatia
Galatia
noun
Galatia

galaticor
galaticor
verb

galaticor
galaticor
verb
to mingle Jewish and Christian ceremonies after the manner of the Galatians

Galaticus
Galaticus
adjective

Galaticus
Galaticus
adjective
of or belonging to the Galatians

galaxias
galaxiās
noun
Milk-stone

galaxias
galaxiās
noun

Galba
Galba
noun
a prop. name

galba
galba
noun
A small worm

galbanatus
galbanātus
adjective
delicately clothed

galbaneus
galbaneus
adjective
of galbanum

galbanum
galbanum
noun
the resinous sap of an umbelliferous plant in Syria

galbanus
galbanus
noun

galbeum
galbeum
noun
a kind of armband

galbeus
galbeus
noun
a kind of armband

galbina
galbina
noun
a small bird

galbinatus
galbinātus
adjective

galbinatus
galbinātus
adjective
delicately clothed

galbineus
galbineus
adjective
yellowish

galbinum
galbinum
noun
pale-green garments

galbinus
galbinus
adjective
greenish-yellow

galbula
galbula
noun
dim

galbulus
galbulus
noun
the nut of the cypresstree

galbus
galbus
cross-reference

galbus
galbus
adjective

galea
galea
noun
a helmet

galearia
galearia
cross-reference

galearis
galeāris
adjective
of or belonging to a helmet

galearius
galeārius
noun
a kind of soldiers' servants

galeatus
galeātus
noun

galeatus
galeātus
noun
a helmed warrior

galena
galēna
noun
Lead-ore

galeo
galeō
verb
to cover with a helmet

galeobdolon
galeobdolon
noun
a plant of the nettle kind

galeola
galeola
noun
a hollow vessel shaped like a helmet

galeopsis
galeopsis
noun
a plant of the nettle kind

galeos
galeos
noun
a kind of shark or dog-fish

Galeota
Galeōta
noun
a sort of interpreters of prodigies in Sicily

galeotes
galeōtēs
noun
a sort of lizard

galera
galēra
noun
a helmet-like covering for the head

Galeria
Galeria
noun
wife of the emperor Vitellius

Galeria
Galēria
noun

galericulum
galēriculum
noun
a small covering for the head

galeritus
galērītus
adjective
that wears a hood

galeritus
galeritus
noun

Galerius
Galērius
cross-reference
name of a Roman gens. So

galerum
galērum
noun
a helmet-like covering for the head

galerus
galērus
noun
a helmet-like covering for the head

Galesus
Galēsus
noun

Galesus
Galēsus
noun
a river of Magna Graecia

galgulus
galgulus
noun
a small bird

Galilaea
Galīlaea
noun
the province of Galilee in northern Palestine

Galilaea
Galilaea
noun
the province of Galilee in northern Palestine

Galilaeus
Galīlaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Galilee

Galilaeus
Galilaeus
noun
the inhabitants of Galilee

Galilaeus
Galilaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Galilee

galion
galion
noun

galion
galion
noun
a plant of the nettle kind

Galla
Galla
noun
a priest of Cybele

galla
galla
noun
Oak-apple

Galla
Galla
noun
a female Gaul

Galla
Galla
noun

Galla
Galla
noun
a female Gaul

Gallaecia
Gallaecia
noun
the country of the

Gallaecus
Gallaecus
noun
a people in western

Gallaecus
Gallaecus
adjective
of or belonging to the

Gallaicus
Gallaicus
adjective
of or belonging to the

gallans
gallans
adjective
raving or revelling like a priest of Cybele

Gallia
Gallia
noun
the country of the Gauls

Gallia
Gallia
noun

galliambus
galliambus
noun
a song of the priests of Cybele

gallica
gallica
noun
a Gallic shoe

Gallicanus
Gallicānus
noun
the Gallicans

Gallicanus
Gallicānus
adjective
of or belonging to the Roman province Gallia

gallicarius
gallicārius
noun
a maker of the Gallic shoe

Gallice
Gallicē
adverb
in Gallic

gallicinium
gallicinium
noun
cock-crowing

gallicrus
gallīcrus
noun
the plant crow-foot

gallicrus
gallicrus
noun
the plant crow-foot

gallicula
gallicula
noun
a small Gallic shoe

Gallicus
Gallicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Gauls

Gallicus
Gallicus
adjective
Of or belonging to the Gauls

gallidraga
gallidraga
noun
the hairy teasel

gallina
gallīna
noun
a hen

Gallina
Gallīna
noun
the name of a gladiator

gallinaceacius
gallīnāceacius
adjective
of or belonging to domestic fowls or poultry

gallinaceus
gallīnāceus
adjective
of or belonging to domestic fowls or poultry

gallinarium
gallīnārium
noun
a hen-house

gallinarius
gallīnārius
adjective
of or belonging to poultry

gallinarius
gallīnārius
noun
one who attends to poultry

gallinula
gallīnula
noun
a pullet

Gallius
Gallius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

Gallius
Gallius
adjective

Gallius
Gallius
adjective
Gallic

Gallograeci
Gallograecī
adverb
a Galatian

Gallograecia
Gallograecia
noun
the country of the

Gallograecus
Gallograecus
noun
the Gauls who migrated into Phrygia

Gallohispanus
Gallohispānus
noun
a name for the

Gallonius
Gallōnius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

gallula
gallula
noun
a little oakapple or gall-nut

gallulasco
gallulascō
verb
to begin to sound manly

Gallulus
Gallulus
adjective

Gallulus
Gallulus
adjective
Gallic

Gallus
Gallus
cross-reference
a Gaul

Gallus
Gallus
adjective
Gallic

Gallus
Gallus
noun
a priest of Cybele

Gallus
Gallus
noun
a Gaul

Gallus
Gallus
noun
the priests of Cybele

Gallus
Gallus
noun
the Gallic nation

gallus
gallus
noun
a cock

Gallus
Gallus
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Cornelia

Gallus
Gallus
noun

Gallus
Gallus
noun
a tributary of the Sagaris of Phrygia and Bithynia

galumma
galumma
noun
a cover

gamba
gamba
noun
a hoof

gambosus
gambōsus
adjective
with a swelling near the hoof

Gamelio
Gamēliō
noun
the seventh month of the Attic year

gamma
gamma
noun
the Greek letter

gammarus
gammarus
noun

gammarus
gammarus
noun
a sea-crab

gammatus
gammātus
adjective
shaped like a gamma

ganea
gānea
noun
an eating-house

ganearius
gāneārius
adjective
of or belonging to an eating-house

ganeo
gāneō
noun
a glutton

ganeum
gāneum
noun
an eating-house

ganeum
gāneum
noun

gangaba
gangaba
noun
a porter

Gangarida
Gangarida
noun
an Indian people near the Ganges

Ganges
Gangēs
noun
the river Ganges

Gangeticus
Gangēticus
adjective
of or belonging to the Ganges

Gangetis
Gangētis
noun

ganglion
ganglion
noun
a sort of swelling or excrescence

gangraena
gangraena
noun
a cancerous

gannator
gannator
cross-reference

gannatura
gannatūra
noun
a snarling

gannio
ganniō
verb
to yelp

gannitio
gannītiō
cross-reference

gannitura
gannitūra
noun
a snarling

gannitus
gannītus
noun
a yelping or barking of dogs

ganta
ganta
noun
a goose

Ganymedes
Ganymēdēs
noun
Ganymede

Ganymedeus
Ganymēdēus
adjective
of or belonging to Ganymede

Garamantica
Garamantica
noun

Garamantici
Garamanticī
noun

Garamanticus
Garamanticus
adjective
of or belonging to the Garamantes

Garamantis
Garamantis
noun
a powerful tribe of the interior of Africa

Garamantis
Garamantis
noun

Garamas
Garamas
adjective

Garganus
Gargānus
adjective
of or belonging to Garganus

Garganus
Gargānus
noun
a mountain ridge in Apulia on which storms are frequent

Gargaphia
Gargaphia
noun
a valley of Baevtia sacred to Diana

Gargaphie
Gargaphiē
noun
a valley of Baevtia sacred to Diana

Gargaricus
Gargaricus
adjective
of or belonging to Gargara

Gargarida
Gargarida
noun
an Indian people near the Ganges

gargaridio
gargaridiō
verb
to gargle

gargaridio
gargaridiō
verb

gargarisma
gargarisma
noun
a gargle

gargarismatium
gargarismatium
noun
a gargle

gargarismum
gargarismum
noun
a gargle

gargarisso
gargarissō
verb
to gargle

gargarizatio
gargarīzātiō
noun
a gargling

gargarizatus
gargarīzātus
noun
a gargling

gargarizo
gargarīzō
verb
to gargle

Gargarum
Gargarum
noun
the upper part of Mount Ida

Gargettius
Gargettius
noun
the philosopher Epicurus

Gargilianus
Gargiliānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Gargilius

Gargilius
Gargilius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

Garitis
Garītis
noun
a people in Aquitanian Gaul

Garocelus
Garocelus
noun
a Gallic tribe in the valleys of Mont Cenis

garon
garon
noun
a rich sauce

garon
garon
cross-reference

Garonna
Garonna
noun
a river of Gaul

garos
garos
noun
a fish

garrio
garriō
verb
to chatter

garritor
garrītor
noun
a chatterer

garritus
garrītus
noun
a chattering

garrulans
garrulans
adjective
chattering

garrulitas
garrulitās
noun
a chattering

garrulus
garrulus
adjective
chattering

garum
garum
noun
a rich sauce

Garumna
Garumna
noun
a river of Gaul

Garumnus
Garumnus
noun
a people of Gaul situated along the Garonne

Garunna
Garunna
noun
a river of Gaul

garus
garus
noun
a fish

garyophyllon
garyophyllon
noun
a kind of Indian spice

gassinades
gassinadēs
noun
a Median precious stone

gaster
gaster
noun
the belly

Gatis
Gatis
noun
a people in Aquitanian Gaul

gau
gau
cross-reference

gaudebundus
gaudebundus
adjective
rejoicing

gaudebundus
gaudebundus
adjective

gaudens
gaudens
adjective
joyful

gaudens
gaudens
adjective

gaudenter
gaudenter
adverb
rejoicingly

gaudeo
gaudeō
verb
to rejoice

gaudialis
gaudiālis
adjective
glad

gaudibundus
gaudibundus
adjective
rejoicing

gaudifico
gaudificō
cross-reference

gaudimonium
gaudimōnium
noun
joy

gaudium
gaudium
noun
inward joy

gaudivigens
gaudivigens
adjective
alive with joy

Gaugamelum
Gaugamēlum
noun
a village of Assyria

gaulus
gaulus
noun
a pail

gaunacarius
gaunacārius
noun
a dresser of furs

gaunacum
gaunacum
noun
a dresser of furs

Gauranus
Gaurānus
adjective
of or belonging to Mount Gaurus

Gaurelios
Gaurelios
cross-reference
a harbor in the island of Andros

Gaurus
Gaurus
noun
a mountain in Campania

gausapa
gausapa
noun
a shaggy woollen cloth

gausapatus
gausapātus
adjective
covered with a

gausape
gausape
noun
a shaggy woollen cloth

gausape
gausape
noun

gausapes
gausapēs
noun
a shaggy woollen cloth

gausapes
gausapes
noun

gausapina
gausapina
noun

gausapina
gausapina
noun
a frieze coat

gausapinus
gausapinus
adjective
made of frieze or felt

gausapum
gausapum
noun

gavia
gāvia
noun
a bird

Gavianus
Gāviānus
adjective
of Gavius

Gavianus
Gāviānus
adjective

gavisus
gāvīsus
adjective

Gavius
Gāvius
adjective
name of a Roman gens. So L. Gavius

gaza
gāza
noun
the treasure

Gaza
Gāza
noun
the name of several cities

Gazeticus
Gāzēticus
adjective
of or belonging to Gaza

Gebenna
Gebenna
noun
a chain of mountains in Gaul

Gebenna
Gebenna
noun
a mountain in Gallia

Gebennicus
Gebennicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Cevennes

Gedrosia
Gedrōsia
noun
the country of the Gedrosi

Gedrosii
Gedrōsiī
adverb
Mekran

Gedrosus
Gedrōsus
noun
a people of Asia

Gedrusi
Gedrūsi
adverb
Mekran

Gedusanus ager
Gedusānus ager
expression
a region in Asia otherwise unknown

gehenna
gehenna
noun
hellish

gehennalis
gehennālis
noun
hellish

Geidumnus
Geidumnus
noun
a people subject to the

Geidunnus
Geidunnus
noun
a people subject to the

Gela
Gela
noun
a city on the southern coast of Sicily

Gela
Gela
noun
the river Gela

Gelanus
Gelānus
noun

Gelas
Gelas
cross-reference
Fiume di Terranova

gelasco
gelascō
verb
to turn to ice

gelasianus
gelāsiānus
noun
a buffoon

gelasinus
gelasīnus
noun
a dimple in the cheek

gelatio
gelātiō
noun
a freezing

gelatus
gelātus
noun
a frost

Gelduba
Gelduba
noun
a castle in

gelefactus
gelefactus
adjective
turned to ice

Gelensis
Gelensis
noun
the inhabitants of Gela

Gelensis
Gelensis
noun

gelicidium
gelicidium
noun
frost

gelida
gelida
noun
water cold as ice

gelide
gelidē
adverb
coldly

gelidus
gelidus
adjective
icy cold

Gellianus
Gelliānus
noun
a slave of one Gellius

Gellius
Gellius
adjective
name of a Roman

Gelo
Gelō
noun
king of Syracuse

gelo
gelō
verb
to cause to freeze

Gelon
Gelōn
noun
king of Syracuse

Gelon
Gelōn
noun
a fountain in Phrygia whose water caused laughter

Gelonus
Gelōnus
noun
a Scythian people

Gelonus
Gelōnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Geloni

Gelonus
Gelōnus
noun
the Gelonian

gelotophye
gelōtophyē
noun
a plant

gelotophyllis
gelōtophyllis
noun
a plant that causes laughter

Gelous
Gelōus
adjective

Gelous
Gelōus
adjective
of or belonging to Gela

gelu
gelu
noun
ext.

gelum
gelum
noun
ext.

gelus
gelus
noun
ext.

gemebundus
gemebundus
adjective
groaning

gemellar
gemellar
noun
a vessel for holding oil

gemellaria
gemellāria
noun
med

gemellarium
gemellārium
noun

gemellipara
gemellipara
noun
twin-bearing

gemellus
gemellus
adjective
born at the same time

gemellus
gemellus
noun
a twin

geminatim
geminātim
adverb
doubly

geminatio
geminātiō
noun
a doubling

geminitudo
geminitūdō
noun
the difference between twins

gemino
geminō
verb
to double

Geminus
Geminus
noun
The Twins (Castor and Pollux or Apollo and Hercules)

geminus
geminus
adjective
born at the same time

geminus
geminus
noun
twins

gemipomus
gemipōmus
adjective
producing double fruit

gemisco
gemiscō
verb
to begin to sigh

gemites
gemītēs
noun
a precious stone

Gemitorii
Gemitoriī
adverb

Gemitorius
Gemītōrius
adjective

gemitus
gemitus
noun
a sighing

gemma
gemma
noun
a bud

gemma
gemma
cross-reference

gemmarius
gemmārius
noun
a jeweller

gemmarius
gemmārius
adjective
of or pertaining to gems

gemmasco
gemmascō
verb
to begin to bud

gemmatus
gemmātus
adjective
Provided with buds or eyes

gemmesco
gemmescō
verb
to become a gem

gemmeus
gemmeus
adjective
of precious stones

gemmifer
gemmifer
adjective
bearing or containing gems

gemmo
gemmō
verb
To put forth buds

gemmosus
gemmōsus
adjective
richly set with jewels

gemmula
gemmula
noun
A little bud

gemo
gemō
verb
to sigh

Gemonia
Gemonia
noun
steps on the Aventine Hill leading to the Tiber

Gemoniae
Gemōniae
noun
steps on the Aventine Hill leading to the Tiber

gemulus
gemulus
adjective
moaning

gemursa
gemursa
noun
a small swelling between the toes

gena
gena
noun
a cheek

gena
gena
noun
a cheek

Genabensis
Genabensis
noun
the inhabitants of Genabum

Genabensis
Gēnabensis
adjective
of or belonging to Genabum

Genabum
Gēnabum
noun
a city of the

Genauns
Genauns
noun
a Germanic people in Rhaetia

Genaunus
Genaunus
noun
a Germanic people in Rhaetia

Genava
Genāva
noun
a city of the Allobroges

Genavensis
Genāvensis
adjective
of Geneva

genealogia
geneālogia
noun
a genealogy

genealogus
geneālogus
noun
a genealogist

gener
gener
noun
a daughter's husband

generabilis
generābilis
adjective
that has the power of generating

generalis
generālis
adjective
Of or belonging to a kind or species

generalitas
generālitās
noun
generally

generaliter
generāliter
adverb
in general

generasco
generascō
verb
to be generated

generatim
generātim
adverb
By kinds

generatio
generātiō
noun
a begetting

generator
generātor
noun
an engenderer

generatorium
generātōrium
noun
a means of generation

generatorius
generātōrius
adjective
of or relating to generation

generatrix
generātrix
noun
she that generates or brings forth

genero
generō
verb
to beget

generose
generōsē
adverb
nobly

generositas
generōsitās
noun
nobility

generosus
generōsus
adjective
of good or noble birth

genesis
genesis
noun
generation

genesta
genesta
noun
the broomplant

genethliace
genethliacē
noun
the art of calculating nativities

Genethliacon
Genethliacon
noun
a birth-day poem

genethliacus
genethliacus
adjective
of or belonging to one's natal hour or nativity

genethliacus
genethliacus
noun
a calculator of nativities

genethliologia
genethliologia
noun
the art of calculating nativities or casting horoscopes

genetivus
genetīvus
noun
the genitive

genetivus
genetīvus
adjective
of or belonging to generation or birth

genetrix
genetrix
noun
she that has borne

Geneva
Genēva
noun
a city of the Allobroges

Geneva
Genēva
cross-reference

Genevensis
Genēvensis
cross-reference

Genevensis
Genēvensis
adjective
of Geneva

geniale
geniāle
noun
the marriagebed

genialis
geniālis
adjective
Of or belonging to generation or birth

genialitas
geniālitās
noun
joviality

genialiter
geniāliter
adverb
jovially

geniarius
geniārius
noun
one who makes images of genii

geniatus
geniātus
adjective
jovial

geniculatim
geniculātim
adverb
by knots

geniculatio
geniculātiō
noun
bending of the knee

geniculatus
geniculātus
adjective

Geniculatus
Geniculātus
noun
The Kneeler

geniculo
geniculō
verb
to bend the knee

geniculosus
geniculōsus
adjective
knotty

geniculum
geniculum
noun
a little knee

geniculus
geniculus
noun
an angular bend where two pipes are joined together

genimen
genimen
noun
product

genista
genista
cross-reference

genista
genista
noun
the broomplant

genitabilis
genitābilis
adjective
of or belonging to generation or birth

genitale
genitāle
noun

Genitalis
Genitālis
noun
a surname of Diana

genitalis
genitālis
adjective
of or belonging to generation or birth

genitaliter
genitāliter
adverb

genitaliter
genitāliter
noun

Genita Mana
Genita Mana
expression

genitivus
genitīvus
adjective
of or belonging to generation or birth

genitor
genitor
noun
a begetter

genitrix
genitrix
noun
she that has borne

genitrix
genitrix
noun

genitura
genitūra
noun
a begetting

genitus
genitus
adjective

genitus
genitus
noun
a begetting

genius
genius
noun
the tutelar deity or genius

Genna
Genna
noun
a city of the Allobroges

geno
genō
verb

geno
genō
verb
to beget

Genosus
Genosus
noun
a river of Grecian Illyria

Genosus
Genosus
cross-reference

gens
gens
noun
a race or clan

gentiana
gentiāna
noun
the herb gentian

genticus
genticus
adjective
of or belonging to a nation

gentiles
gentīles
noun
foreigners

gentilicius
gentilīcius
adjective
Of or belonging to a particular clan

gentilis
gentīlis
adjective
Of or belonging to the same clan

gentilis
gentīlis
noun
a heathen

gentilis
gentīlis
noun
a person belonging to the same family or gens

gentilitas
gentīlitās
noun
the relationship of those who belong to the same gens.

gentiliter
gentīliter
adverb

gentiliter
gentīliter
adverb

gentilitius
gentilītius
adjective

gentilitus
gentīlitus
adverb
according to the custom of a country

Gentius
Gentius
noun
a king of Illyria

gentius
gentius
adjective
Of or belonging to a particular clan

genu
genū
noun
a knot

Genua
Genua
noun
a celebrated seaport town of Liguria

genuale
genuāle
noun
garters

Genuates
Genuātes
noun
its inhabitants

Genucilius
Genucilius
noun
a Roman proper name

Genuenses
Genuenses
noun
its inhabitants

genuinus
genuīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the cheek

genuinus
genuīnus
adjective
innate

genuinus
genuīnus
noun

genuinus
genuīnus
noun

genum
genum
noun
a knot

genus
genus
noun
birth

genus
genus
noun

genus
genus
noun
a knot

Genusus
Genusus
noun
a river of Grecian Illyria

geodes
geōdēs
noun
a precious stone

geographia
geōgraphia
noun
geography

geographicus
geōgraphicus
adjective
geographical

geometra
geōmētra
noun
a geometer

geometra
geōmetra
noun
a geometer

geometres
geōmetrēs
noun
a geometer

geometres
geōmētrēs
noun
a geometer

geometria
geōmētrīa
noun
geometry

geometria
geōmetria
noun
geometry

geometrice
geōmētricē
noun

geometrice
geōmetricē
noun

geometrice
geōmetricē
noun
geometry

geometrice
geōmētricē
noun
geometry

geometricum
geōmetricum
noun
geometry

geometricum
geōmētricum
noun
geometry

geometricus
geōmētricus
adjective
of or belonging to geometry

geometricus
geōmētricus
noun
a geometer

geometricus
geōmetricus
noun
a geometer

geometricus
geōmetricus
adjective
of or belonging to geometry

Georgicon
Geōrgicon
noun

Georgicum
Geōrgicum
noun

georgicus
geōrgicus
adjective
of or belonging to husbandry

Georgos
Geōrgos
noun
the title of a comedy by Menander

Georgus
Geōrgus
noun
the name of a Sarmatian people

Gepida
Gepida
noun
a Gothic tribe in Scythia

Geraesticus portus
Geraesticus portus
expression
a harbor near the town of Teos

Geraestos
Geraestos
noun
the principal town of Eubaea

Geraestus
Geraestus
noun
the principal town of Eubaea

geranion
geranion
noun
the plant stork's-bill

geranitis
geranītis
noun
a precious stone

geranium
geranium
noun
the plant stork's-bill

gerdius
gerdius
noun
a weaver

gerens
gerens
adjective
managing

gerens
gerens
adjective
P

Gergovia
Gergovia
noun
A town of the Arverni

geritio
geritiō
cross-reference

Germalensis
Germalensis
adjective

Germalus
Germalus
noun
a depression in the Palatine Hill

germana
germāna
noun
an own or full brother

germane
germānē
adverb
faithfully

Germania
Germānia
noun
the whole of Germany

Germania
Germānia
noun
the country of the Germans

Germanicianus
Germāniciānus
adjective
stationed or serving in Germany

Germanicianus
Germāniciānus
noun

Germaniciensis
Germāniciensis
noun

Germanicus
Germānicus
noun
A surname of several generals who gained victories over the Germans

Germanicus
Germānicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Germans

germanitas
germānitās
noun
the relation between brothers and sisters

germanitus
germānitus
adverb
in a brotherly manner

germanus
germānus
adjective
full

Germanus
Germānus
adjective
Germanic

germanus
germānus
noun
an own or full brother

Germanus
Germānus
noun
the Germans

Germanus
Germānus
adjective

Germanus
Germānus
noun
a German

germen
germen
noun
a sprig

germinasco
germinascō
verb
to sprout

germinatio
germinātiō
noun
a sprouting forth

germinatus
germinātus
noun
a sprouting forth

germino
germinō
verb
to sprout forth

gero
gerō
noun
a carrier

gero
gerō
verb
to bear about with one

Geronium
Gerōnium
noun
a small city or fortress in Appulia

gerontea
gerontēa
noun
the plant groundsel

gerontocomium
gerontocomīum
noun
a public hospital or alms-house for poor old people

Gerontodidasculus
Gerontodidasculus
noun
the title of one of the satires of Varro

gerra
gerra
noun
trifles

gerres
gerrēs
noun
an inferior salted seafish

gerro
gerrō
noun
a trifler

gerula
gerula
noun
she that bears or carries

gerulifigulus
gerulifigulus
noun
an accessory

gerulum
gerulum
noun
a bearer

gerulus
gerulus
noun
A bearer

gerundium
gerundium
noun
a gerund

gerundivus modus
gerundīvus modus
expression

Gerunium
Gerūnium
noun
a small city or fortress in Appulia

Gerunium
Gerūnium
noun

gerusia
gerūsia
noun
the place of meeting for a council of old men

Geryon
Gēryon
noun
a mythic king in Spain having three bodies

Geryonaceus
Gēryonāceus
adjective
Geryonian

Geryones
Gēryonēs
noun
a mythic king in Spain having three bodies

Geryoneus
Gēryonēus
adjective
Geryonian

geseoreta
geseorēta
noun
a sort of boat

Gessius
Gessius
noun
a Roman family name

gestabilis
gestābilis
adjective
portable

gestamen
gestāmen
noun
That which is borne or worn

gestatio
gestātiō
noun
a bearing

gestator
gestātor
noun
A bearer

gestatorius
gestātōrius
adjective
that serves for carrying

gestatrix
gestātrix
noun
she that bears or carries

gestatus
gestātus
noun
a bearing

gesticularia
gesticulāria
noun
a pantomime

gesticularius
gesticulārius
noun
a pantomime

gesticulatio
gesticulātiō
noun
pantomimic motion

gesticulator
gesticulātor
noun
a posturemaker

gesticulor
gesticulor
verb
to make mimic or pantomimic gestures

gesticulus
gesticulus
noun
a mimic gesture

gestio
gestiō
verb
to use passionate gestures

gestio
gestiō
noun
A managing

gestito
gestitō
verb
to carry often or much

gesto
gestō
verb
to bear

gestor
gestor
noun
A tale-bearer

gestum
gestum
noun
deeds

gestuosus
gestuōsus
adjective
full of gestures

gestus
gestus
noun
carriage

gestus
gestus
adjective

gesum
gēsum
noun
a long

Geta
Geta
noun
a Getan

Geta
Geta
noun
a Roman surname

Geta
Geta
noun
a Thracian tribe on the Danube

Getes
Getēs
noun
adj. m

Getes
Getēs
noun
a Getan

gethyum
gēthyum
noun
a kind of onion

Getice
Geticē
adverb
like the Getae

Geticus
Geticus
adjective
Getan

Geticus
Geticus
adjective

Getuli
Gētūlī
cross-reference

Getulus
Gētūlus
noun
a people of northwestern Africa

geum
gēum
noun
the herb bennet

gibba
gibba
noun
a hump-like swelling

gibba
gibba
noun

gibber
gibber
noun
a hunch or hump on the back

gibber
gibber
adjective
crook-backed

gibberosus
gibberōsus
adjective
badly hump-backed or hunch-backed

gibbosus
gibbōsus
adjective

gibbus
gibbus
noun
a hunch

gibbus
gibbus
adjective
hunched

gibbus
gibbus
noun

gicti
gictī
noun
a planc

Giganteus
Gigantēus
adjective
of or belonging to the giants

Gigantomachia
Gigantomachia
noun
the battle of the giants

Gigas
Gigās
noun
a giant

gigerium
gigērium
noun
the cooked entrails of poultry

gignens
gignens
noun

gignens
gignens
noun
organic bodies

gigno
gignō
verb
to beget

gilbus
gilbus
cross-reference

gilbus
gilbus
adjective
pale yellow

Gillo
Gillō
noun
the name of a legacyhunter

gillo
gillō
noun
a cooling-vessel

gilvus
gilvus
adjective
pale yellow

Gindes
Gindēs
noun
a tributary of the Tigris

Gindes
Gindēs
noun

gingidion
gingidion
noun
a small Syrian plant

gingiliphos
gingiliphos
noun
pealing laughter

gingilismus
gingilismus
noun
pealing laughter

gingiva
gingīva
noun
a gum

gingivula
gingīvula
noun
a small gum

gingriator
gingriātor
cross-reference

gingrina
gingrīna
noun
a kind of small flute

gingrire
gingrīrē
adverb

gingritus
gingrītus
noun
the cackling of geese

gingrum
gingrum
cross-reference

ginnus
ginnus
noun
a little stunted mule

ginnus
ginnus
noun

git
git
noun
a planc

Gitana
Gitāna
noun
a city of Epirus

gith
gith
noun
a planc

glabellus
glabellus
adjective
without hair

glaber
glaber
noun
a young

glaber
glaber
adjective
without hair

glabraria
glabrāria
noun
she who loves smooth-skinned slaves

glabresco
glabrescō
verb
to grow smooth

glabretum
glabrētum
noun
bare places

Glabrio
Glabriō
noun
a surname in the gens Acilia

glabritas
glabritās
noun
smoothness of the skin

glabro
glabrō
verb
to make bare

glacialis
glaciālis
adjective
icy

glacies
glaciēs
noun
ice

glacio
glaciō
verb
to make or turn into ice

gladiarius
gladiārius
adjective
of or belonging to swords

gladiarius
gladiarius
noun
a sword-cutler

gladiator
gladiātor
noun
a swordsman

gladiatorie
gladiātōriē
adverb
in the manner of a gladiator

gladiatorium
gladiātōrium
noun
the hire or pay of gladiators

gladiatorius
gladiātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to gladiators

gladiatura
gladiātūra
noun
a fighting of gladiators

gladiolum
gladiolum
noun

gladiolus
gladiolus
noun
A small sword

Gladiolus
Gladiolus
noun
title of a comedy by Livius Andronicus

gladium
gladium
noun

gladium
gladium
noun
a sword

gladius
gladius
noun
a sword

glaeba
glaeba
noun
a small piece or lump of earth

glaebalis
glaebālis
adjective
Of or relating to clods

glaebarius
glaebārius
adjective
of or relating to clods

glaebatim
glaebātim
adverb
by clods

glaebatio
glaebātiō
noun
a tax levied on land

glaebosus
glaebōsus
adjective
full of clods

glaebula
glaebula
noun
a small clod or lump of earth

glaebulentus
glaebulentus
adjective
cloddy

Glaesaria
Glaesāria
noun
an amber island in the North Sea

glaesarius
glaesārius
adjective
of amber

glaesum
glaesum
noun
amber

glamae
glamaē
adverb

glandarius
glandārius
adjective
of or belonging to acorns or mast

glandifer
glandifer
adjective
acorn-bearing

glandionida
glandionida
noun
a savory kernel or glandule

glandium
glandium
noun
a delicate kernel or glandule

glando
glandō
noun
an acorn

glandula
glandula
noun
The glands of the throat

glandulosus
glandulōsus
adjective
full of kernels

glanis
glanis
noun
a kind of shad

Glanis
Glanis
cross-reference

glans
glans
noun
an acorn

glanus
glanus
noun
a kind of shad

glanus
glanus
noun

glarea
glārea
noun
gravel

glareosus
glāreōsus
adjective
full of gravel

glastum
glastum
noun
the herb woad

Glauce
Glaucē
noun
The mother of the third Diana

glauceum
glaucēum
noun
a bluish-colored plant

glauceus
glauceus
adjective
of celandine

Glaucia
Glaucia
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Servilia and Mallia

glaucicomans
glaucicomans
adjective
with bluish - gray foliage

glaucinum
glaucinum
noun
ointment of celandine

glaucion
glaucion
noun
the

glauciscus
glauciscus
noun
a bluish-colored fish

glaucito
glaucitō
verb
to yelp

glaucoma
glaucōma
noun
an obscuration of the crystalline lens

glaucopis
glaucōpis
noun
the owl

glaucuma
glaucūma
noun
an obscuration of the crystalline lens

Glaucus
Glaucus
noun
a Greek proper name

glaucus
glaucus
adjective
bright

glaucus
glaucus
noun
a bluish-colored fish

glaux
glaux
noun
a plant

gleba
glēba
cross-reference

gleba
glēba
noun
a small piece or lump of earth

glebalis
glēbālis
adjective
Of or relating to clods

glebarius
glēbārius
adjective
of or relating to clods

glebatim
glēbātim
adverb
by clods

glebatio
glēbātiō
noun
a tax levied on land

glebosus
glēbōsus
adjective
full of clods

glebula
glēbula
noun
a small clod or lump of earth

glebulentus
glēbulentus
adjective
cloddy

glechon
glēchōn
noun
pennyroyal

glechonites
glēchōnītēs
noun
wine flavored with pennyroyal

Glesaria
Glēsāria
cross-reference

Glesaria
Glēsāria
noun
an amber island in the North Sea

glessum
glessum
noun
amber

glesum
glēsum
noun
amber

glesum
glēsum
cross-reference

gleucinus
gleucinus
adjective
of must

glinon
glīnon
noun
a kind of maple-tree

glirarium
glīrārium
noun
a place for keeping dormice

glis
glis
noun
a dormouse

gliscerae
gliscerae
cross-reference

glisco
gliscō
verb
to grow up

glisomarga
glīsomarga
noun
a kind of marl

glissomarga
glissomarga
noun
a kind of marl

globatim
globātim
adverb
in clusters

globo
globō
verb
to make into a ball

globositas
globōsitās
noun
rotundity

globosus
globōsus
adjective
round as a ball

globulus
globulus
noun
a little ball

globus
globus
noun
a round body

glocidare
glōcidāre
cross-reference
N. cr.

glocio
glōciō
verb
to cluck as a hen

gloctoro
gloctorō
verb
to cry as a stork

glomerabilis
glomerābilis
adjective
rounded

glomeramen
glomerāmen
noun
a rounding

glomerarius
glomerārius
noun
one eager to collect men for war

glomerate
glomerātē
adverb

glomerate
glomerātē
adverb

glomeratim
glomerātim
adverb
in heaps or crowds

glomeratio
glomerātiō
noun
a bringing of the legs together into a ball

glomero
glomerō
verb
to wind or form into a ball

glomerosus
glomerōsus
adjective
like a ball

glomus
glōmus
noun
a ball or clue

glomus
glomus
noun
a ball or clue

gloria
glōria
noun
glory

gloriabundus
glōriābundus
adjective
glorying

glorianter
glōrianter
adverb
exultingly

gloriatio
glōriātiō
noun
a glorying

gloriator
glōriātor
noun
a boaster

gloriatus
glōriātus
adjective
boastful

glorificatio
glōrificātiō
noun
glorification

glorifico
glōrificō
verb
to glorify

glorificus
glōrificus
adjective
full of glory

glorior
glōrior
verb
to glory

gloriola
glōriola
noun
a small glory

gloriose
glōriōsē
adverb
Gloriously

gloriosus
glōriōsus
adjective
Full of glory

glos
glos
noun
a husband's sister

glossa
glossa
noun
an obsolete or foreign word that requires explanation

glossae
glossaē
adverb
a term applied to collections of such words with explanations

glossarium
glossārium
noun
a vocabulary or glossary of antiquated or foreign words that need explanation

glossema
glossēma
noun
an antiquated or foreign word needing explanation

glossematicus
glossēmaticus
adjective
of or belonging to obsolete or foreign words

Glossematum
Glossēmatum
noun
a name given to collections of such words with explanations

glossopetra
glossopetra
noun
a precious stone resembling the human tongue

glottis
glottis
noun
a little bird

glubo
glūbō
verb
to deprive of its bark

glucidatum
glucidatum
cross-reference

gluma
glūma
noun
a hull or husk

gluo
gluō
cross-reference

glus
glus
noun
glue

gluten
glūten
noun
glue

glut glut
glut glut
expression

glutinamentum
glūtināmentum
noun
that which is glued together

glutinarius
glūtinārius
noun
a glueboiler

glutinatio
glūtinātiō
noun
a drawing together

glutinativus
glūtinātīvus
adjective
that glues or draws together

glutinator
glūtinātor
noun
a gluer together of books

glutinatorius
glūtinātōrius
adjective
that glues or draws together

glutineus
glūtineus
adjective
gluey

glutinium
glūtinium
noun

glutino
glūtinō
verb
to glue

glutinosus
glūtinōsus
adjective
full of glue

glutinum
glūtinum
noun
glue

glutinum
glūtinum
noun

glutio
glūtiō
verb
to swallow or gulp down

glutio
glutiō
verb
to cluck

gluto
glūtō
noun
a glutton

gluttio
gluttiō
verb
to swallow down

gluttio
gluttiō
verb
to swallow or gulp down

gluttire
gluttīre
cross-reference
N. cr.

glutto
gluttō
noun
a glutton

gluttus
gluttus
adjective
tenacious

glutus
glūtus
adjective
tenacious

Glycera
Glycera
noun
a Greek female name

Glycerium
Glycerium
noun
the name of a female character in the Andria of Terence

Glyco
Glycō
noun
a Greek proper name

Glycon
Glycōn
noun
a Greek proper name

Glyconius
Glycōnīus
adjective
Glyconic

glycymeris
glycymeris
noun
a kind of shell-fish

glycyrrhiza
glycyrrhīza
noun
licorice-root

glycyrrhizon
glycyrrhīzon
noun

glycyside
glycysīdē
noun
a peony

glycysis
glycysis
noun
a peony

glyssomarga
glyssomarga
noun
a kind of marl

glyssomarga
glyssomarga
cross-reference

Gnaeus
Gnaeus
noun

Gnaeus
Gnaeus
noun
a Roman praenomen

gnaphalion
gnaphalion
noun
the herb cudweed

gnarigavit
gnarigavit
cross-reference

gnaritas
gnāritās
noun
knowledge

gnarivisse
gnarivisse
cross-reference
N. cr.

gnarurat
gnarurat
cross-reference

gnaruris
gnāruris
adjective
knowing or acquainted with

gnarus
gnārus
adjective
knowing or acquainted with

gnata
gnāta
noun
a son

Gnatho
Gnathō
noun
a parasite in the

Gnathonicus
Gnathōnicus
noun
disciples of Gnatho

Gnatia
Gnātia
noun

gnaticidium
gnāticīdium
noun
the murdering of one's son or child

gnatus
gnātus
adjective

gnatus
gnātus
noun
a son

gnave
gnāvē
adverb
diligently

gnavitas
gnāvitās
noun
promptness

gnaviter
gnāviter
adverb
Diligently

gnavus
gnāvus
adjective
busy

Gneus
Gnēus
noun
a Roman praenomen

Gnidius
Gnidius
noun
the inhabitants of Gnidus

Gnidius
Gnidius
adjective
of or belonging to Gnidus

Gnidus or gnidos
Gnidus or gnidos
noun
a Doric city in Caria

Gnipho
Gnīphō
noun
a Roman surname

gnitus
gnitus
adverb
N. cr.

gnixus
gnixus
adverb
N. cr.

gnobilis
gnōbilis
adjective
that can be known or is known

gnobilis
gnōbilis
noun
a nobleman

gnome
gnōmē
noun
a sentence

gnomon
gnōmōn
noun
the pin or style of a sundial

gnomonica
gnōmonica
noun
the art of making or judging of sundials

gnomonice
gnōmonicē
noun
the art of making or judging of sundials

gnomonicus
gnōmonicus
adjective
of or belonging to a gnomon

gnomonicus
gnōmonicus
noun
persons skilled in gnomonics

gnosco
gnoscō
verb

Gnosia
Gnōsia
noun
the Gnosian

Gnosiacus
Gnōsiacus
adjective

Gnosias
Gnōsias
adjective

Gnosis
Gnōsis
noun
the Gnosian

Gnosius
Gnōsius
adjective
of or belonging to Gnosus

Gnosius
Gnōsius
noun
the inhabitants of Gnosus

Gnosos
Gnōsos
noun
the ancient capital of Crete

Gnossiacus
Gnossiacus
adjective

Gnossiacus
Gnossiacus
adjective

Gnossis
Gnossis
noun
the Gnosian

Gnossius
Gnossius
adjective
of or belonging to Gnosus

Gnossus
Gnossus
noun
the ancient capital of Crete

gnostice
gnosticē
noun
insight

Gnosticus
Gnosticus
noun
the Gnostics

Gnosus
Gnōsus
noun
the ancient capital of Crete

gnotus
gnōtus
adjective
P. a.

gobio
gōbiō
noun
a fish of small value

gobius
gōbius
noun
a fish of small value

Golgoe
Golgoe
noun
a town of Cyprus

Golgus
Golgus
noun
a town of Cyprus

Gomorra
Gomorra
noun
the city of Gomorrha

Gomorrha
Gomorrha
noun
the city of Gomorrha

Gomorrhaeus
Gomorrhaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Gomorrha

Gomorrhum
Gomorrhum
noun
the city of Gomorrha

Gomphensis
Gomphensis
noun
the inhabitants of Gomphi

Gomphus
Gomphus
noun
a town of Thessaly on the Pene_us

gomphus
gomphus
noun
a nail

gonger
gonger
noun

gongylis
gongylis
noun
a rape

goniaea
goniaea
noun
a precious stone

Gonnocondylum
Gonnocondylum
noun
a town of Thessaly

Gonnus
Gonnus
noun

Gonnus
Gonnus
noun
a town of Thessaly near the Vale of Tempe

gonorrhoea
gonorrhoea
noun
a seminal flux

Gordaei
Gordaeī
adverb

Gordaeus
Gordaeus
noun
a people of Armenia

Gordianus
Gordiānus
adjective
of or belonging to the emperor Gordian

Gordianus
Gordiānus
noun
a Roman proper name

Gordiensis
Gordiensis
adjective
of Gordium

Gordium
Gordium
noun
a city of Phrygia Major on the Sangarius

Gordius
Gordius
noun
a king of Gordium

Gordius
Gordius
adjective
of or belonging to Gordius

Gordiutichos
Gordiūtīchos
noun
a town of Phrygia Major

Gorduenus
Gorduēnus
noun
a people of Armenia

Gordyaeus
Gordyaeus
noun

Gordyaeus
Gordyaeus
noun
a people of Armenia

Gorge
Gorgē
noun
a daughter of Oeneus

Gorgias
Gorgiās
noun
A famous Greek sophist of Leontini

Gorgis
Gorgis
noun
a daughter of Oeneus

Gorgo
Gorgō
noun
a daughter of Phorcus

Gorgobina
Gorgobina
noun
a city on the borders of Aquitania

Gorgona
Gorgona
noun
a daughter of Phorcus

Gorgoneus
Gorgoneus
adjective
of or belonging to Gorgon

Gorgonia
Gorgonia
noun
coral

Gorgonidonii campi
Gorgonidōnii campī
expression
Gorgon-fields

gorgonifer
gorgonifer
noun
the Gorgon-bearer

Gortyn
Gortyn
noun

Gortyn
Gortyn
noun
an important and very ancient city of Crete

Gortyna
Gortȳna
noun
an important and very ancient city of Crete

Gortyne
Gortȳnē
noun
an important and very ancient city of Crete

Gortynia
Gortȳnia
noun
a town of Crete

Gortyniacus
Gortȳniacus
adjective
Gortynian

Gortynis
Gortȳnis
noun

Gortynius
Gortȳnius
noun
the inhabitants of Gortyna

Gortynius
Gortȳnius
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Gortyna

gorytos
gōrȳtos
noun
A quiver

gorytus
gōrȳtus
noun
A quiver

gossipion
gossipion
noun

gossympinus
gossympinus
noun
the cotton-tree

gossypion
gossypion
noun

Gothia
Gothia
noun
the country of the Goths

Gothicus
Gothicus
noun
a surname bestowed on the conqueror of the Goths

Gothicus
Gothicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Goths

Gothinus
Gothīnus
noun
a Celtic tribe that inhabited the region about the modern Cracow

Gothones
Gothōnes
noun
the Goths

Gothonis
Gothonis
noun

Gothus
Gothus
noun
the Goths

Gotones
Gotōnes
noun
the Goths

Gotonis
Gotonis
noun

grabatarius
grabatarius
cross-reference

grabatulus
grabātulus
noun
a little couch

grabatum
grabātum
noun
a small or low couch

grabatus
grabātus
noun
a small or low couch

Gracchanus
Gracchānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Gracchus

Gracchuris
Gracchūris
cross-reference

Gracchuris
Gracchūris
noun
a town in Spain founded by Ti. Sempronius Gracchus

Gracchuritanus
Gracchūritānus
noun
the inhabitants of Gracchuris

Gracchus
Gracchus
noun
a Roman family name in the

gracculus
gracculus
noun
a jackdaw

gracilens
gracilens
adjective
slender

gracilentus
gracilentus
adjective
slender

gracilesco
gracilescō
verb
to become slender

gracilipes
gracilipes
adjective
slender-footed

gracilis
gracilis
adjective
thin

gracilitas
gracilitās
noun
slenderness

graciliter
graciliter
adverb
slenderly

gracilitudo
gracilitūdō
noun
slenderness

gracillo
gracillō
verb
to cackle or cluck as a hen

gracilus
gracilus
adjective
thin

gracilus
gracilus
adjective

graculus
grāculus
noun
a jackdaw

gradalis
gradālis
adjective
step by step

gradarius
gradārius
adjective
of or belonging to steps

gradatim
gradātim
adverb
step by step

gradatio
gradātiō
noun
the making of a staircase or series of steps

gradatus
gradātus
adjective
furnished with steps

gradilis
gradilis
adjective
of or belonging to steps

gradior
gradior
verb
to take steps

Gradivicola
Grādīvicola
noun
a worshipper of Mars

Gradivus
Gradīvus
noun
a surname of Mars

Gradivus
Grādīvus
noun
a surname of Mars

gradus
gradus
noun
a step

Graea
Graea
noun
daughters of Phorcus

Graea
Graea
noun
an ancient town in Baeotia

Graecalis
Graecālis
adjective
Grecian

Graecalis
Graecālis
adjective

Graecanice
Graēcānicē
adverb
in Greek

Graecanicus
Graecānicus
adjective

Graecanicus
Graecānicus
adjective
of Greek origin

Graecatim
Graecātim
adverb
in the Greek

graecatus
graecātus
adjective
made or composed in the Greek manner

graecatus
graecātus
noun
imitators of the Grecian mode of life

Graecatus
Graecātus
adjective

Graece
Graecē
adverb
in the Greek language

Graecia
Graecia
noun
the country of the Greeks

Graecia
Graecia
noun

Graeciensis
Graeciensis
adjective
Grecian

Graecigena
Graecigena
noun
a Greek by birth

graecissizo
graecissizō
verb
to imitate the Greeks

graecisso
graecissō
verb
to imitate the Greeks

Graecitas
Graecitās
noun
Greek

graecor
graecor
verb
to imitate the Greeks

Graecostadium
Graecostadium
noun

Graecostasis
Graecostasis
noun
a building in Rome

Graecula
Graecula
noun
a Greekling

Graeculio
Graeculiō
verb

Graeculio
Graeculiō
cross-reference

Graeculus
Graeculus
adjective
Grecian

Graeculus
Graeculus
adjective

Graecum
Graecum
noun
the Greek language

Graecus
Graecus
adjective
of or belonging to the Greeks

Graecus
Graecus
noun
the Grecians

Graecus
Graecus
noun
a Greek

Graiocelus
Grāiocelus
noun
a Gallic tribe in the valleys of Mont Cenis

Graius
Grāius
adjective

Graius
Grāius
noun
a Greek

Graius
Grāius
noun
the Grecians

Graius
Grāius
adjective
of or belonging to the Greeks

Grajugena
Grājugena
noun
a Grecian by birth

gralla
gralla
noun
stilts

grallator
grallātor
noun
one who goes or runs on stilts

gramen
grāmen
noun
grass

gramia
grāmia
noun
a viscous humor

gramineus
grāmineus
adjective
of grass

graminosus
grāminōsus
adjective
full of grass

gramiosus
grāmiōsus
adjective
full of matter or pus

gramma
gramma
noun
a weight of two

gramma
gramma
noun
a line in writing

grammateus
grammateus
noun
a scribe

grammatias
grammatiās
noun
jasper striped with white lines

grammatica
grammatica
noun
grammar

grammatica
grammatica
noun

grammaticalis
grammaticālis
adjective
of or perlaining to grammar

grammaticaliter
grammaticāliter
adverb
grammatically

grammatice
grammaticē
noun
grammar

grammatice
grammaticē
adverb
according to the rules of grammar

grammaticomastix
grammaticomastix
noun
a scourge

grammaticum
grammaticum
noun
grammar

grammaticus
grammaticus
adjective
of or belonging to grammar

grammaticus
grammaticus
noun
a grammarian

grammatista
grammatista
noun
a teacher of grammar or of languages

grammatodidascalus
grammatodidascalus
noun
a teacher of language

grammatophylacium
grammatophylacium
noun
a place for keeping state papers

grammicus
grammicus
adjective
of or belonging to

Grampius
Grampius
noun
a mountain in the north of Britain

Grampius mons
Grampius mons
expression

granarium
grānārium
noun
a place where corn is kept

granarium
grānārium
noun

granatim
grānātim
adverb
grain by grain

granatum
grānātum
noun
a pomegranate

granatum
grānātum
noun

granatus
grānātus
adjective
having many grains or seeds

grandaevitas
grandaevitās
noun
great age

grandaevus
grandaevus
adjective
in years

grande
grandē
adverb

grandesco
grandescō
verb
to become great

grandiculus
grandiculus
adjective
rather large

grandifer
grandifer
adjective
bearing or producing great things

grandificus
grandificus
adjective
acting greatly

grandiloquus
grandiloquus
noun
speaking grandly or loftily

grandineus
grandineus
adjective
full of hail

grandino
grandinō
verb
to hail

grandinosus
grandinōsus
adjective
full of hail

grandio
grandiō
verb
to make great

grandis
grandis
adjective
full-grown

grandiscapius
grandiscāpius
adjective
having a large stem or trunk

grandisonus
grandisonus
adjective
high-sounding

granditas
granditās
noun
greatness

granditer
granditer
adverb
greatly

grandiusculus
grandiuscūlus
adjective
pretty well grown up

grando
grandō
noun

grando
grandō
noun
hail

granea
grānea
noun
a sort of frumenty or pap made of pounded corn

graneus
grāneus
adjective
of corn

Granicus
Grānīcus
noun
a small river in Mysia

granifer
grānifer
adjective
grain-bearing

Granius
Grānius
adjective
name of a Roman gens

Grannus
Grannus
noun
a surname of Apollo in several Germanic

granosus
grānōsus
adjective
full of grains

granulum
grānulum
noun
a small grain

granum
grānum
noun
a grain

graphiarium
graphiārium
noun

graphiarius
graphiārius
adjective
of or belonging to writing-styles

graphice
graphicē
noun

graphice
graphicē
noun
the art of drawing

graphice
graphicē
adverb

graphice
graphicē
adverb

graphicus
graphicus
adjective
of or belonging to painting or drawing

graphiolum
graphiolum
noun
a small scion

graphis
graphis
noun
A drawing-pencil

graphium
graphium
noun
a writingstyle

grasos
grāsos
noun
a kind of seaweed

grassans
grassans
noun

grassatio
grassātiō
noun
a rioting

grassator
grassātor
noun
A vagabond

grassatura
grassātūra
noun
a rioting

grassor
grassor
verb
to go

gratanter
grātanter
adverb
with rejoicing

gratatorius
grātātōrius
adjective
gratulatory

grate
grātē
adverb
With pleasure

grates
grātes
noun
thanks

gratia
grātia
noun
Favor which one finds with others

Gratia
Grātia
noun
Favor which one shows to another

gratia
grātiā
noun
in favor of

Gratia
Grātia
noun
the three Graces

Gratia
Grātia
noun

Gratianopolis
Grātiānopolis
noun
a city in Gallia Narbonensis

Gratianus
Grātiānus
noun
son and co-regent of the emperor Valentinian I

Gratianus
Grātiānus
adjective

Gratianus
Grātiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Gratius

Gratidianus
Grātidiānus
adjective
of or pertaining to a Gratidius

Gratidius
Grātidius
adjective
name of a Roman gens

gratificatio
grātificātiō
noun
a showing kindness

gratificor
grātificor
verb
to do a favor to

gratifico
grātificō
verb

gratificus
grātificus
adjective
kind

gratiis
grātiīs
adverb
out of favor or kindness

gratilla
grātilla
noun
a kind of cake

gratiose
grātiōsē
adverb
out of favor

gratiositas
grātiōsitās
noun
agreeableness

gratiosus
grātiōsus
adjective
full of favor

gratis
grātīs
adverb

gratis
grātīs
adverb
out of favor or kindness

Gratius
Gratius
noun
name of a Roman gens.

Gratius
Grātius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

grator
grātor
verb
to manifest joy

gratuito
grātuītō
adverb
without pay or profit

gratuitum
grātuitum
adjective
that is done with

gratuitus
grātuītus
adjective
that is done with

gratulabundus
grātulābundus
adjective
congratulating

gratulatio
grātulātiō
noun
a manifestation of joy

gratulator
grātulātor
noun
a congratulator

gratulatorie
grātulātōriē
adverb
in a congratulatory manner

gratulatorius
grātulātōrius
adjective
congratulatory

gratulor
grātulor
verb
To manifest one's joy

gratus
grātus
adjective
beloved

gratus
grātus
noun
a favorite

Graupius
Graupius
noun
a mountain in the north of Britain

Graus
Grāus
noun
the Grecians

gravabilis
gravābilis
adjective
oppressive

gravamen
gravāmen
noun
trouble

gravanter
gravanter
adverb
with reluctance

gravastellus
grāvastellus
noun
a gray-headed fellow

gravate
gravātē
adverb
with difficulty or reluctance

gravatim
gravātim
adverb
with difficulty

gravatio
gravātiō
noun
heaviness

gravedinosus
gravēdinōsus
adjective
subject to colds or catarrhs

gravedo
gravēdō
noun
Heaviness

graveolens
graveolens
adjective
Strong - smelling

grave olens
grave olens
adjective
Strong - smelling

graveolentia
graveolentia
noun
an offensive or rank smell

gravesco
gravescō
verb
to become burdened or heavy

gravida
gravida
noun
a pregnant woman

graviditas
graviditās
noun
pregnancy

gravido
gravidō
verb
to burden

gravidus
gravidus
adjective
pregnant

gravis
gravis
adjective
heavy

Gravisca
Gravisca
noun
a small town of Etruria

Gravisca
Gravisca
noun
a small town of Etruria

Graviscanus
Graviscānus
noun
the inhabitants of Graviscae

Graviscanus
Graviscānus
adjective
of or belonging to Graviscae

gravisonus
gravisonus
adjective
having a deep or heavy sound

gravitas
gravitās
noun
weight

graviter
graviter
adverb
Weightily

gravitudo
gravitūdō
noun
a cold in the head

graviusculus
graviusculus
adjective
rather deep

gravor
gravor
verb
to feel incommoded

gravor
gravor
verb
To charge with a load

gregalis
gregālis
adjective
of or belonging to the herd or flock

gregals
gregāls
noun
comrades

gregarius
gregārius
adjective
of or belonging to a flock or herd

gregatim
gregātim
adverb
in flocks

grego
gregō
verb
to collect into a flock or herd

gremialis
gremiālis
adjective
growing in a cluster from the stump

gremium
gremium
noun
the lap

gressio
gressiō
noun
a stepping

gressus
gressus
adjective

gressus
gressus
noun
a stepping

grex
grex
noun
a flock

grias
grias
noun
a plant

gricenea
gricenea
cross-reference

grillus
grillus
noun
A cricket or grasshopper

Grinns
Grinns
noun
a place in Gallia Belgica

griphus
grīphus
noun
an intricate or puzzling question

groco
grocō
verb
to croak

groma
grōma
noun
A surveyor's pole or measuring-rod

gromatica
grōmātica
noun
the art of field-surveying or castrametation

gromaticus
grōmāticus
adjective
of or belonging to field-surveying or castrametation

gromaticus
grōmāticus
noun
writers on field-surveying

gromphaena
gromphaena
noun
a kind of amaranth

gromphena
gromphēna
noun
a Sardinian bird of the crane species

grosa
grosa
noun
a tool of a silversmith

grosphus
grosphus
noun
the point of a javelin

Grosphus
Grosphus
cross-reference
a Roman surname

grossitudo
grossitūdō
noun
thickness

grossius
grossius
adverb
more roughly

grossulus
grossulus
noun
a small unripe fig

grossus
grossus
noun
an unripe fig

grossus
grossus
adjective
thick

Grudius
Grudius
noun
a people of

gruis
gruis
noun

gruis
gruis
noun
a besieging machine

grullus
grullus
cross-reference

gruma
grūma
noun
A surveyor's pole or measuring-rod

gruma
grūma
cross-reference

grumatica
grūmātica
noun
the art of field-surveying or castrametation

grumaticus
grūmāticus
adjective
of or belonging to field-surveying or castrametation

grumaticus
grūmāticus
cross-reference

Grumentinus
Grumentīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Grumentum

Grumentum
Grumentum
noun
a town of Lucania

grumulus
grūmulus
noun
a little hill

grumus
grūmus
noun
a little heap

grunda
grunda
cross-reference

Grundils
Grundīls
noun
an appellation of the Lares

grundio
grundiō
verb
to grunt

Grunduls
Grundūls
noun
an appellation of the Lares

Grunium
Grūnium
noun
a small town in Aeolis

Grunium
Grūnium
cross-reference

grunnio
grunniō
verb
to grunt

grunnitus
grunnītus
noun
a grunting

gruo
gruō
verb
to crunk

grus
grus
noun
a besieging machine

gry
gry
noun
the least trifle

gryllo
gryllō
verb
to chirp

Gryllus
Gryllus
noun
a Greek proper name

gryllus
gryllus
noun
A cricket or grasshopper

Gryneus
Grȳnēus
adjective
of or belonging to Grynia

Grynia
Grȳnīa
noun
a small town in Aeolis

Grynium
Grȳnium
noun
a small town in Aeolis

gryphus
grȳphus
noun
a fabulous fourfooted bird

gryps
gryps
noun
a fabulous fourfooted bird

grypus
grȳpus
noun
hook-nosed

guber
guber
cross-reference

gubernabilis
gubernābilis
adjective
susceptible of being governed

gubernaclum
gubernāclum
noun
a helm

gubernaculum
gubernāculum
noun
a helm

gubernatio
gubernātiō
noun
a steering

gubernator
gubernātor
noun
a steersman

gubernatrix
gubernātrix
noun
a conductress

gubernio
guberniō
noun

gubernio
guberniō
noun

gubernius
gubernius
noun
a steersman

guberno
gubernō
verb
to steer or pilot a ship

gubernum
gubernum
noun
a helm

Gubernus
Gubernus
noun
a people of Germany

Gugernus
Gugernus
noun
a people of Germany

gula
gula
noun
the gullet

gulliocae
gulliocae
cross-reference

gulo
gulō
noun
a gormandizer

gulose
gulōsē
adverb
gluttonously

gulositas
gulōsitās
noun
gluttony

gulosus
gulōsus
adjective
gluttonous

Gulusa
Gulūsa
noun
a son of Masinissa

Gulussa
Gulussa
noun
a son of Masinissa

gumen
gūmen
noun
gum

gumia
gumia
noun
a glutton

gummatus
gummātus
adjective
containing gum

gummeus
gummeus
adjective
containing gum

gummi
gummī
noun
gum

gummino
gumminō
verb
to distil gum

gummis
gummis
noun
gum

gummitio
gummītiō
noun
a besmearing with gum

gummosus
gummōsus
adjective
full of gum

gummus
gummus
noun

gunaeceum
gunaecēum
noun
the inner part of the house where the women dwelt

gurdonicus
gurdōnicus
adjective
doltish

gurdus
gurdus
noun
a dolt

gurges
gurges
noun
a raging abyss

Gurges
Gurges
noun
a surname

gurgito
gurgitō
verb
to engulf

gurgulio
gurguliō
noun
the gullet

gurgulio
gurguliō
noun
a corn-worm

Gurgustidonii
Gurgustidōniī
adverb

gurgustiolum
gurgustiolum
noun
a small

gurgustium
gurgustium
noun
a small

gustabilis
gustābilis
adjective
appetizing

gustatio
gustātiō
noun
the first light dish of a Roman meal

gustator
gustātor
noun
the taster

gustatorium
gustātōrium
noun
the vessels containing an antepast

gustatus
gustātus
noun
The taste

gusto
gustō
verb
to taste

gustulum
gustulum
noun
A small dish of food

gustum
gustum
noun

gustus
gustus
noun
a tasting

Gutones
Gutōnes
noun
the Goths

gutta
gutta
noun
a drop

Gutta
Gutta
noun
a Roman surname

guttatim
guttātim
adverb
by drops

guttatus
guttātus
adjective
spotted

guttula
guttula
noun
a little drop

guttur
guttur
noun
the gullet

gutturnium
gutturnium
cross-reference

gutturosus
gutturōsus
adjective
that has a tumor in the throat

guttus
guttus
noun
a narrow-necked vessel

gutus
gutus
noun
a narrow-necked vessel

Gyara
Gyara
noun
a small barren island in the Aegean Sea

Gyaros
Gyaros
noun
a small barren island in the Aegean Sea

Gyarum
Gyarum
noun
a small barren island in the Aegean Sea

Gyas
Gyās
noun
A giant with a hundred arms

Gyes
Gyēs
noun
A giant with a hundred arms

Gygaeus
Gȳgaeus
adjective

Gygaeus
Gygaeus
adjective

Gygaeus
Gȳgaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Lydia

Gyges
Gȳges
noun
A king of Lydia

Gylippus
Gylippus
noun
An Arcadian

gymnas
gymnas
noun
wrestling

gymnasiarcha
gymnasiarcha
noun

gymnasiarchus
gymnasiarchus
noun
the master of a gymnasium

Gymnasium
Gymnasium
noun
name of a Greek maiden

gymnasium
gymnasium
noun
a public school among the Greeks for gymnastic exercises

gymnasticus
gymnasticus
adjective
of or belonging to bodily exercise

gymnicus
gymnicus
adjective
of or for bodily exercise

gymnosophista
gymnosophista
noun
Indian ascetics

gynaeceum
gynaecēum
noun
the inner part of the house where the women dwelt

gynaeciarius
gynaeciārius
noun
the overseer of a seraglio

gynaecium
gynaecīum
noun
the inner part of the house where the women dwelt

gynaecius
gynaecius
noun

gynaeconitis
gynaecōnītis
noun
the women's apartments

Gyndes
Gyndēs
noun
a tributary of the Tigris

gypsatus
gypsātus
adjective
covered or coated with gypsum

gypseus
gypseus
adjective
Of gypsum

gypso
gypsō
verb
to cover or coat with gypsum

gypsoplastes
gypsoplastēs
noun
a worker in gypsum or stucco

gypsum
gypsum
noun
white lime plaster

gyratus
gȳrātus
adverb
made in a circular form

gyrinus
gyrīnus
noun
a young frog not yet fully developed

gyro
gȳrō
verb
to turn round in a circle

Gyrton
Gyrton
noun
a town of Thessaly

Gyrtone
Gyrtōnē
noun
a town of Thessaly

gyrus
gȳrus
noun
a circle

Gytheates
Gytheātēs
noun
of or belonging to Gythe_um

Gytheum
Gythēum
noun
a seaport in Laconia

Gythium
Gythīum
noun
a seaport in Laconia

Gythium
Gythium
noun
a seaport in Laconia

 
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