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ha
ha
interjection
ha!

habena
habēna
noun
a holder

habens
habēns
adjective
owning

habeo
habeō
verb
to have

habilis
habilis
adjective
easily handled

habilitas
habilitās
noun
aptitude

habitabilis
habitābilis
adjective
fit for an abode

habitans
habitāns
noun
an inhabitant

habitatio
habitātiō
noun
a dwelling

habitator
habitātor
noun
a tenant

habito
habitō
verb
to dwell

habitudo
habitūdō
noun
condition

habitus
habitus
adjective
disposed

habitus
habitus
noun
a condition

habrotonum
habrotonum
noun
an aromatic plant

hac
hāc
adverb
this way

hactenus
hāctenus
adverb
as far as this

hae
hae
cross-reference

haec
haec
cross-reference

haece
haece
cross-reference

haedi
haedī
cross-reference

Haedi
Haedī
cross-reference

haedinus
haedīnus
adjective
of a kid

haedulus
haedulus
noun
a little kid

haedus
haedus
noun
a young goat

haered
haerēd
cross-reference

haereo
haereō
verb
to hang

haeres
haerēs
cross-reference

haeresis
haeresis
noun
a sect

haesitans
haesitāns
adjective
stammering

haesitantia
haesitantia
noun
a stammering

haesitatio
haesitātiō
noun
a hesitating

haesito
haesitō
verb
to stick fast

hahae
hahae
interjection
ha-ha!

hahahae
hahahae
interjection
ha-ha!

haliaeetos
haliaeetos
noun
an osprey

halitus
hālitus
noun
breath

hallec
hallēc
noun
a fish sauce

hallucinor
hallūcinor
verb
to wander in mind

halo
hālō
verb
to breathe

halucinor
hālūcinor
verb
to wander in mind

halyaeetos
halyaeetos
noun
an osprey

hama
hama
noun
a water-bucket

hamadryas
hamādryas
noun
a woodnymph

hamatus
hāmātus
adjective
furnished with a hook

hamus
hāmus
noun
a hook

Hannibal
Hannibal
noun
a Carthaginian name

hara
hara
noun
a pen

harena
harēna
noun
sand

harenaria
harēnāria
noun
a sand-pit

harenosus
harēnōsus
adjective
full of sand

hariolatio
hariolātiō
noun
a soothsaying

hariolor
hariolor
verb
to foretell

hariolus
hariolus
noun
a soothsayer

harmonia
harmonia
noun
an agreement of sounds

harpago
harpagō
noun
a hook

harpe
harpē
noun
a sickle-shaped sword

Harpyia
Harpȳia
noun
a Harpy

harundifer
harundifer
adjective
reed-bearing

harundineus
harundineus
adjective
of reeds

harundinosus
harundinōsus
adjective
abounding in reeds

harundo
harundō
noun
a reed

haruspex
haruspex
noun
a soothsayer

haruspicinus
haruspicīnus
adjective
relating to soothsaying

haruspicium
haruspicium
noun
inspection of victims

hasta
hasta
noun
a staff

hastatus
hastātus
adjective
armed with a spear

hastile
hastīle
noun
a spear-shaft

hau
hau
cross-reference

hau
hau
adverb
not

hau
hau
interjection
Oh!

haud
haud
adverb
not

hauddum
hauddum
adverb
not at all as yet

haudquaquam
haudquāquam
adverb
by no means whatever

haurio
hauriō
verb
to draw up

haustus
haustus
participle
p. of haurio

haustus
haustus
noun
a drawing

haut
haut
adverb
not

haut
haut
cross-reference

haveo
haveō
verb
[only in salutation] to be well

haveo
hāveō
verb
to wish for

hebdomas
hebdomas
noun
seven

hebenus
hebenus
noun
the ebon tree

hebeo
hebeō
verb
to be blunt

hebes
hebes
adjective
blunt

hebesco
hebēscō
verb
to grow blunt

hebeto
hebetō
verb
to make blunt

hecatombe
hecatombē
noun
a sacrifice of a hundred oxen

hedera
hedera
noun
ivy

hederiger
hederiger
adjective
ivy-bearing

hederosus
hederōsus
adjective
full of ivy

hedychrum
hēdychrum
noun
a fragrant oiniment

hei
hei
interjection
interj. (of grief or fear)

heia
hēia
interjection
interj.

Heliades
Hēliades
noun
daughters of Helios

helica
helica
noun
a whorl

helleborus
helleborus
noun
hellebore (a remedy for mental diseases)

helleborus
helleborus
cross-reference

helluatio
helluātiō
noun
a gormandizing

helluo
helluō
noun
a gormandizer

helluor
helluor
verb
to gormandize

helops
helops
noun
the swordfish

heluatio
hēluātiō
cross-reference

heluatio
hēluātiō
noun
a gormandizing

heluor
hēluor
verb
to gormandize

heluo
hēluō
noun
a gormandizer

heluo
hēluō
cross-reference

heluor
hēluor
cross-reference

helvella
helvella
noun
a small potherb

Helvina
Helvīna
noun
a surname of Ceres

hem
hem
interjection
oho! indeed! well! well

hemerodromus
hēmerodromus
noun
(all-day runner)

hemicyclium
hēmicyclium
noun
a semicircle

hendecasyllabi
hendecasyllabī
noun
verses of eleven syllables

hepteris
heptēris
noun
a galley with seven banks of oars

hera
hera
cross-reference

herba
herba
noun
an herb

herbescens
herbēscēns
adjective
appearing in green blades

herbidus
herbidus
adjective
full of grass

herbifer
herbifer
adjective
producing grass

herbigradus
herbigradus
adjective
going in the grass (of the snail) poet

herbosus
herbōsus
adjective
abounding in grass

herbula
herbula
noun
a little herb

hercisco
hercīscō
verb
to divide an inheritance

hercle
hercle
interjection
by Hercules! assuredly! indeed!

herctum
herctum
noun
* hercio

hercule
hercule
interjection
by Hercules! assuredly! indeed!

Hercules
Herculēs
noun
Hercules

Herculeus
Herculeus
adjective
of Hercules

here
here
adverb
yesterday

hereditarius
hērēditārius
adjective
of an inheritance

hereditas
hērēditās
noun
heirship

heredium
hērēdium
noun
an hereditary estate

heres
hērēs
noun
an heir

heri
herī
adverb
yesterday

herifuga
herifuga
noun
a runaway

herilis
herīlis
cross-reference

heroicus
hērōicus
adjective
of heroes

heroina
hēroīna
noun
a demi-goddess

heroine
hēroīnē
noun
a demi-goddess

herois
hērōis
noun
a demi-goddess

heros
hērōs
noun
a demi-god

herous
hērōus
adjective
of a hero

herus
herus
cross-reference

hervum
hervum
noun
a pulse

hesi
hesī
adverb
yesterday

Hesperia
Hesperia
noun
hesperius

Hesperis
Hesperis
noun
of evening

Hesperius
Hesperius
adjective
of Hesperus

Hesperos
Hesperos
noun
the evening star

Hesperus
Hesperus
noun
the evening star

hesternus
hesternus
adjective
of yesterday

hetaericos
hetaericos
noun
of comrades

heu
heu
interjection
[interj. of grief or pain] oh! ah! alas!

heus
heus
interjection
[interj. calling attention] ho! ho! there! lo! hark! holloa!

hexameter
hexameter
adjective
of six feet

hexapylon
hexapylon
noun
a gate of Syracuse with six passages

hexeris
hexēris
noun
a galley with six banks of oars

hiaspis
hiaspis
noun
a green precious stone

hiatus
hiātus
noun
an opening

hibernaculum
hībernāculum
noun
tents for winter-quarters

hiberno
hībernō
verb
to pass the winter

hibernum
hībernum
noun
[substantive neuter as castra] winter-quarters

hibernus
hībernus
adjective
of winter

hibiscum
hibiscum
noun
the marsh-mallow

hibrida
hibrida
noun
a mongrel

hibrida
hibrida
cross-reference

hic
hīc
pronoun
this

hic
hīc
adverb
in this place

hice
hice
cross-reference

hicine
hicine
cross-reference
2

hicine
hīcine
cross-reference

hiemalis
hiemālis
adjective
of winter

hiemo
hiemō
verb
to winter

hiemps
hiemps
noun
the winter

hiems
hiems
noun
the winter

hilare
hilarē
adverb
cheerfully

hilaris
hilaris
adjective
cheerful

hilaritas
hilaritās
noun
cheerfulness

hilaro
hilarō
verb
to make cheerful

hilarulus
hilarulus
adjective
cheerful

hilarus
hilarus
adjective
cheerful

hilla
hilla
noun
a kind of sausage

Hilota
Hīlōta
noun
the bondsmen of the Spartans

hilum
hīlum
noun
[only with a negative] a shred

hinc
hinc
adverb
from this place

hinnitus
hinnītus
noun
a neighing

hinnuleus
hinnuleus
noun
a young stag

hio
hiō
verb
to open

hippagogos
hippagōgos
noun
vessels for carrying horses

hippocentaurus
hippocentaurus
noun
a fabulous creature

hippomanes
hippomanes
noun
a humor from a mare

hippotoxota
hippotoxota
noun
mounted archers

hippurus
hippūrus
noun
a fish (unknown)

hircinus
hīrcīnus
adjective
of a goat

hircus
hīrcus
noun
a he-goat

hirsutus
hīrsūtus
adjective
rough

hirtus
hīrtus
adjective
rough

hirudo
hirūdō
noun
a leech

hirundo
hirundō
noun
a swallow

hisce
hīsce
cross-reference

hiscine
hīscine
cross-reference

hisco
hīscō
verb
to open

hispidus
hīspidus
adjective
rough

historia
historia
noun
a narrative of past events

historicus
historicus
adjective
of history

histrio
histriō
noun
a stage-player

histrionalis
histriōnālis
adjective
of actors

hiulce
hiulcē
adverb
[of speech] in a gaping manner

hiulco
hiulcō
verb
to cause to gape

hiulcus
hiulcus
adjective
gaping

hoc
hoc
cross-reference

hoc
hōc
adverb
[dat use] hither

hoc
hōc
cross-reference

hoce
hoce
cross-reference

hodie
hodiē
adverb
today

hodiernus
hodiernus
adjective
of this day

hoedulus
hoedulus
cross-reference

hoedus
hoedus
cross-reference

holus
holus
noun
kitchen herbs

holusculum
holusculum
noun
a small herb

homicida
homicīda
noun
a manslayer

homicidium
homicīdium
noun
manslaughter

homo
homō
noun
a human being

homullus
homullus
noun
a little man

homuncio
homunciō
noun
a little man

homunculus
homunculus
noun
a little man

honestas
honestās
noun
honor received from others

honeste
honestē
adverb
decently

honesto
honestō
verb
to honor

honestum
honestum
noun
honesty

honestus
honestus
adjective
regarded with honor

honor
honor
noun
[people] honor

honorabilis
honōrābilis
adjective
that procures honor

honorarius
honōrārius
adjective
for the sake of honor

honorate
honōrātē
adverb
honorably

honoratus
honorātus
participle
p. of honoro

honoratus
honōrātus
adjective
honored

honorifice
honōrificē
adverb
honorably

honorificus
honōrificus
adjective
that does honor

honoro
honōrō
verb
to honor

honorus
honōrus
adjective
conferring honor

honos
honōs
noun
[people] honor

hora
hōra
noun
an hour (one twelfth of the day between sunrise and sunset)

hordeum
hordeum
noun
barley

hornotinus
hōrnōtinus
adjective
of this spring

hornus
hōrnus
adjective
of this spring

horologium
hōrologium
noun
a clock

horrendum
horrendum
adverb
dreadfully

horrendus
horrendus
adjective
dreadful

horrens
horrēns
adjective
bristly

horreo
horreō
verb
to stand on end

horresco
horrēscō
verb
to rise on end

horreum
horreum
noun
a storehouse

horribilis
horribilis
adjective
terrible

horride
horridē
adverb
roughly

horridulus
horridulus
adjective
roughish

horridus
horridus
adjective
standing on end

horrifer
horrifer
adjective
that causes trembling

horrifico
horrificō
verb
to ruffle

horrificus
horrificus
adjective
exciting terror

horrisonus
horrisonus
adjective
resounding terribly

horror
horror
noun
a shaking

horsum
hōrsum
adverb
hitherwards

hortamen
hortāmen
noun
an incitement

hortamentum
hortāmentum
noun
an incitement

hortatio
hortātiō
noun
an encouragement

hortator
hortātor
noun
an inciter

hortatus
hortātus
noun
incitement

hortor
hortor
verb
to urge

hortulus
hortulus
noun
a little garden

hortus
hortus
noun
a garden

hospes
hospes
noun
an entertainer

hospita
hospita
noun
she who entertains

hospitalis
hospitālis
adjective
of a guest

hospitalitas
hospitālitās
noun
hospitality

hospitaliter
hospitāliter
adverb
hospitably

hospitium
hospitium
noun
a hospitable reception

hospitus
hospitus
adjective
hospitable

hostia
hostia
noun
an animal sacrificed

hosticus
hosticus
adjective
[of an enemy] hostile

hostificus
hostificus
adjective
hostile

hostilis
hostīlis
adjective
of an enemy

hostiliter
hostīliter
adverb
like an enemy

hostis
hostis
noun
a stranger

HS.
HS.
cross-reference

hs.
hs.
cross-reference

huc
hūc
adverb
to this place

hucine
hūcine
cross-reference
(huc+-ne)

hui
hui
interjection
interj.

huiuscemodi
hūiuscemodī
adverb
of this sort

huiusmodi
hūiusmodī
adverb
of this sort

humane
hūmānē
adverb
humanly

humanitas
hūmānitās
noun
human nature

humaniter
hūmāniter
adverb
humanly

humanitus
hūmānitus
adverb
humanly

humanus
hūmānus
adjective
of man

humatio
humātiō
noun
a burial

hume
hūme
cross-reference

hume
hume
cross-reference

humeo
hūmeō
verb
to be moist

humi
humī
adverb
on the ground

humidus
humidus
cross-reference

humifer
humifer
cross-reference

humilis
humilis
adjective
low

humilitas
humilitās
noun
lowness

humiliter
humiliter
adverb
basely

humo
humō
verb
to cover with earth

humor
hūmor
noun
a liquid

humus
humus
noun
the earth

huncine
huncine
cross-reference
(old acc. hunce+-ne)

hyacinthinus
hyacinthinus
adjective
of the hyacinth

hyacinthos
hyacinthos
noun
the hyacinth

hyacinthus
hyacinthus
noun
the hyacinth

hyaena
hyaena
noun
a hyena

hyalus
hyalus
noun
glass

hybrida
hybrida
noun
a mongrel

hydra
hydra
noun
a water-serpent

hydraulus
hydraulus
noun
a water-organ

hydria
hydria
noun
a jug

hydropicus
hydrōpicus
adjective
dropsical

hydrops
hydrōps
noun
the dropsy

hydros
hydros
noun
a water-serpent

hydrus
hydrus
noun
a water-serpent

Hymen
Hȳmēn
noun
the god of marriage

Hymen
Hymēn
noun
the god of marriage

hymenaeos
hymenaeos
noun
the nuptial hymn

Hymenaeus
Hymenaeus
noun
the god of marriage

hymenaeus
hymenaeus
noun
the nuptial hymn

hyperboreus
hyperboreus
adjective
northern

hypodidascalus
hypodidascalus
noun
an under-teacher

 
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