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h
h
cross-reference
Medial h

H
H
cross-reference
Medial h

habena
habēna
noun
a thong

habentia
habentia
noun
possessions

habenula
habēnula
noun
a small strip of diseased flesh which is cut out from the body

habeo
habeō
verb
to have

habilis
habilis
adjective
that may be easily handled or managed

habilitas
habilitās
noun
aptitude

habiliter
habiliter
adverb
handily

habitabilis
habitābilis
adjective
habitable

habitaculum
habitāculum
noun
a dwellingplace

habitans
habitans
noun
the inhabitants

habitatio
habitātiō
noun
a dwelling

habitatiuncula
habitātiuncula
noun
a little dwelling

habitator
habitātor
noun
a dweller

habitatrix
habitātrix
noun
she that inhabits

habitio
habitiō
noun
a having

habito
habitō
verb
to have frequently

habitudo
habitūdō
noun
condition

habituo
habituō
verb
to bring into a condition or habit

habiturio
habitūriō
verb
v. desid. a

habitus
habitus
noun
the condition or state

habitus
habitus
adjective

habitus
habitus
adjective
held or kept in a certain condition

Habrodiaetus
Habrodiaetus
noun
an epithet of the painter Parrhasius

habrodiaetus
habrodiaetus
noun
an epithet of the painter Parrhasius

habrotonum
habrotonum
noun
a plant of a pleasant

habrotonum
habrotonum
noun

hac
hāc
adverb
in this place

hacetenus
hacetenus
adverb
so far

hactenus
hactenus
adverb
so far

Hadranitani
Hādrānitānī
adverb
its inhabitants

Hadranum
Hādrānum
noun
a town of Sicily

Hadria
Hādria
noun
the name of two Italian cities

Hadria
Hadria
noun
the name of two Italian cities

Hadriacus
Hādriacus
adjective

Hadriacus
Hadriacus
adjective

Hadrianalis
Hadriānālis
adjective
of or belonging to the emperor Hadrian

Hadrianus
Hādriānus
adjective

Hadrianus
Hadriānus
adjective
of or belonging to Hadria

Hadrianus
Hadriānus
adjective

Hadrianus
Hadriānus
noun
the emperor Hadrian

Hadriaticus
Hadriāticus
adjective
of or belonging to Hadria

Hadriaticus
Hādriāticus
adjective
of or belonging to Hadria

hadrobolon
hadrobōlon
noun
a kind of black gum

hadrosphaerum
hadrosphaerum
noun
a kind of spikenard with large leaves

Hadrumetinus
Hadrūmētīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Hadrumetum

Hadrumetinus
Hadrūmētīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Hadrumetum

Hadrumetum
Hadrūmētum
noun
a city of

Hadrumetus
Hadrumetus
noun
a city of

hae
hae
cross-reference

haecne
haecne
adverb

Haedilia
Haedilia
noun
a mountain near the Sabine villa of Horace

haedillus
haedillus
noun
a little kid

haedina
haedina
noun
kid's flesh

haedinus
haedinus
adjective
of a kid

haedinus
haedīnus
adjective
of a kid

Haeduicus
Haeduicus
adjective
pertaining to the Aedui

haedulea
haedulea
cross-reference

haedulus
haedulus
noun
a little kid

haedus
haedus
noun
a young goat

Haeduus
Haeduus
noun

Haeduus
Haeduus
noun
a tribe in Gallia Celtica friendly to the Romans

haemachates
haemachātēs
noun
blood-colored agate

haematicon
haematicon
noun
a sort of shrub

haematinus
haematinus
adjective
blood-red

haematites
haematītēs
noun
blood-stone

haematopus
haematopūs
noun

haemesis
haemēsis
noun
an inflammatory disease of the eye

Haemimontanus
Haemimontānus
noun
the inhabitants of Haemimontus

Haemimontus
Haemimontus
noun
a province of Thrace

Haemon
Haemōn
noun
a son of Creon

Haemonia
Haemonia
noun
a poetical name of Thessaly

Haemonides
Haemonidēs
noun
a Haemonian

Haemonis
Haemonis
noun
a Thessalian woman

Haemonius
Haemonius
adjective
of or belonging to Haemonia

haemophthisicus
haemophthisicus
noun
a person with corrupted blood

haemoptoicus
haemoptoicus
noun
one who spits blood

haemoptyicus
haemoptyicus
noun
one who spits blood

haemorrhagia
haemorrhagia
noun
a violent bleeding

haemorrhoicus
haemorrhoicus
noun
that has the hemorrhoids or piles

haemorrhoida
haemorrhoida
noun
the piles

haemorrhois
haemorrhois
noun
a kind of poisonous serpent

haemorrhousa
haemorrhousa
noun
she that has a hemorrhage

Haemos
Haemos
noun
A high range of mountains in Thrace

haemostasis
haemostasis
noun
a plant that stops the flow of blood

Haemus
Haemus
noun
A high range of mountains in Thrace

haereditas
haerēditas
adjective

haeredito
haerēditō
verb
to appoint an heir

haeredo
haerēdō
verb
to appoint as an heir

haereo
haereō
verb
to hang or hold fast

haeres
haeres
adjective

haeresco
haerescō
verb
to stick

haeresiarcha
haeresiarcha
noun
a leader of a sect

haeresis
haeresis
noun
sect

haeretice
haereticē
adverb
heretically

haereticus
haereticus
noun
a heretic

haereticus
haereticus
adjective
of or belonging to heretical religious doctrines

haesitabundus
haesitābundus
adjective
stammering

haesitantia
haesitantia
noun
a stammering

haesitatio
haesitātiō
noun
a hesitating

haesitator
haesitātor
noun
one who hesitates

haesito
haesitō
verb
to stick fast

hageter
hāgētēr
noun
the leader

Hagiographum
Hagiographum
noun
the last of the three principal divisions of the Old Testament Scriptures

hagiographus
hagiographus
noun
a sacred writer

hahae
hahae
interjection

hahahe
hahahe
interjection

Halaesa
Halaesa
cross-reference

Halaesa
Halaesa
noun
a town on the northern coast of Sicily

Halaesinus
Halaesinus
cross-reference

Halaesinus
Halaesīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Halesa

Halaesus
Halaesus
noun
Son of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra

Halaesus
Halaesus
cross-reference

halagora
halagora
noun
the saltmarket

halapanta
halapanta
cross-reference

halatio
hālātiō
noun
a breathing

halatus
hālātus
noun
a breath of perfume

halcedo
halcēdō
noun
the kingfisher

halcedo
halcēdō
cross-reference

halcedonia
halcēdōnia
cross-reference

halcedonium
halcēdōnium
noun
the fourteen winter days during which the kingfisher broods and the sea is calm

Halcyone
Halcyonē
adverb

Halcyone
Halcyonē
noun
a daughter of Aeolus

halcyoneus
halcyonēus
adjective
pertaining to Alcyone or alcyon

Halcyoneus
Halcyonēus
adverb

halcyonides
halcyonides
noun

halec
hālec
cross-reference

halec
hālec
noun
the sediment of a costly fish-sauce

Hales
Hales
noun
a small river in Lucania near Velia

Halesa
Halēsa
noun
a town on the northern coast of Sicily

Halesinus
Halēsīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Halesa

Halesinus
Halēsīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Halesa

Halesus
Halēsus
noun
Son of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra

halex
hālex
cross-reference

Haliacmon
Haliacmon
noun
a stream forming the boundary between Macedonia and Thessaly

haliaeetos
haliaeetos
noun
the osprey or sea-eagle

Haliartius
Haliartius
noun
its inhabitants

Haliartus
Haliartus
noun
a city of Baeotia near the modern village of Mazi

halica
halica
noun

halicacabus
halicācabus
noun
a plant called in pure Latin

Halicarnassensis
Halicarnassensis
noun

Halicarnasseus
Halicarnasseus
noun
of Halicarnassus

Halicarnassius
Halicarnassius
noun
the inhabitants of Halicarnassus

Halicarnassus
Halicarnassus
noun
a city of great antiquity in Caria

Halicarnassusos
Halicarnassusos
noun
a city of great antiquity in Caria

Halicarnasus
Halicarnāsus
noun
a city of great antiquity in Caria

Halicyensis
Halicyensis
adjective
of or belonging to the city Halicyae

Halicyensis
Halicyensis
noun
the inhabitants of Halicyae

Halieuticum
Halieuticum
noun
a title of a poem on fishing. by Ovid

halieuticus
halieuticus
adjective
of or belonging to fishing

halimon
halimon
noun
a plant

haliphloeos
haliphloeos
noun
a species of oak

halipleumon
halipleumōn
noun
a kind of fish

halito
hālitō
verb
to breathe out

halitus
hālitus
noun
breath

hallelujah
hallelūjah
interjection
praised be God! praise the Lord!

hallelujaticus
hallelūjaticus
adjective

hallex
hallex
noun
the great toe

hallucinatio
hallūcinātiō
noun
a wandering of mind

hallucinator
hallūcinātor
noun
one who is wandering in mind

hallucinor
hallūcinor
verb

hallucinor
hallūcinor
verb
to wander in mind

hallucinor
hallūcinor
verb

hallus
hallus
cross-reference

halmyridion
halmyridion
noun
a kind of cabbage

halmyrrhax
halmyrrhax
noun
a kind of saltpetre

halo
hālō
verb
to breathe

Halone
Halōnē
noun
An island between Teos and Lebedus

halonem
halonem
cross-reference

halophanta
halophanta
noun
a salt-informer

halos
halōs
noun
a circle round the sun or moon

halosis
halōsis
noun
a taking by storm

halter
halter
noun
leaden weights

halucinatio
hālūcinātiō
cross-reference

halucinor
hālūcinor
cross-reference

halum
halum
noun
a plant

halum
halum
noun

Haluntinus
Haluntīnus
adjective
of Aluntium

Haluntium
Haluntium
noun

Haluntium
Haluntium
noun
a town in the northern part of Sicily

Halus
Halus
noun
a small place in Assyria

halyaeetos
halyaeetos
noun
the osprey or sea-eagle

halyaeetos
halyaeetos
noun

Halyattes
Halyattēs
noun

Halys
Halys
noun
A river in Asia Minor

halysis
halysis
noun

halysis
halysis
cross-reference

hama
hama
noun
a waterbucket

Hama
Hama
noun
a place in Campania

Hamadryas
Hamādryas
noun
a wood-nymph

hamarthritis
hamarthrītis
noun
the general gout

Hamartigenia
Hamartigenīa
noun
The Origin of Sin

hamatilis
hāmātilis
adjective
with hooks

hamatus
hāmātus
adjective
furnished with a hook

hamaxa
hamaxa
noun
a wagon

hamaxagoga
hamaxagōga
noun
one who carries off any thing in a wagon

hamaxitis
hamaxītis
noun
a plant

hamaxo
hamaxō
verb
to yoke to a wagon

Hamaxobioe
Hamaxobioe
noun
a Scythian people

Hamaxobius
Hamaxobius
noun
a Scythian people

Hamilcar
Hamilcar
noun
A general

Hamillus
Hamillus
noun
the name of a teacher

hamiota
hāmiōta
noun
an angler

hammitis
hammītis
noun
a precious stone

hammochrysos
hammochrȳsos
noun
a precious stone unknown to us

hammodytes
hammodytēs
noun
an African serpent

Hammon
Hammōn
noun
an Egyptian and Libyan deity

Hammon
Hammōn
noun
a name of Jupiler

Hammoniacum
Hammōniacum
noun
a resinous gum

Hammoniacus
Hammōniacus
adjective
belonging to Hammon

hammonitrum
hammonitrum
noun
natron mingled with sand

hammonitrum
hammonītrum
noun
natron mingled with sand

Hammonium
Hammōnium
noun
the oasis El-Siwah

Hammonius
Hammōnius
noun
the inhabitants of

hamotrahones
hāmotrahōnes
cross-reference

hamula
hāmula
noun
a small water-bucket

hamulus
hāmulus
noun
a small hook

hamus
hāmus
noun
a hook

Hannibal
Hannibal
noun
a Punic surname. The most celebrated of the name is Hannibal

Hanno
Hannō
noun
a Punic name. The most celebrated of the name is Hanno

hanula
hanula
cross-reference

hapala
hapala
cross-reference
adj. n. plur

hapalopsis
hapalopsis
noun
a spice

hapaluria
hapalūria
noun
a vessel for soft eggs

hapalus
hapalus
adjective
soft

haphe
haphē
noun
the yellow sand

hapsus
hapsus
noun
a lock of wool used in bandaging

hara
hara
noun
a pen or coop

harena
harēna
noun
sand

harenaceus
harēnāceus
adjective
sandy

harenaria
harēnāria
noun
a sand-pit

harenarium
harēnārium
noun
a sand-pit

harenarius
harēnārius
adjective
of or pertaining to sand

harenatio
harēnātiō
noun
a sanding

Harenatium
Harenātium
noun
a town in

harenatum
harēnātum
noun
sand-mortar

harenatus
harēnātus
adjective
sanded

harenifodina
harēnifodīna
noun
a sand-pit

harenivagus
harēnivagus
adjective
wandering over sands

harenosum
harēnōsum
noun

harenosum
harēnōsum
noun
a sandy place

harenosus
harēnōsus
adjective
full of sand

harenula
harēnula
noun
fine sand

hariola
hariola
noun

hariola
hariola
noun
a soothsayer

hariolatio
hariolātiō
noun
a soothsaying

hariolor
hariolor
verb
to foretell

hariolus
hariolus
noun
a soothsayer

Harmodius
Harmodius
noun
a famous Athenian

harmoge
harmogē
noun
a proper combination or mingling of colors

harmonia
harmonia
noun
an agreement of sounds

Harmonia
Harmonia
noun
daughter of Mars and Venus

harmonica
harmonica
noun

harmonice
harmonicē
noun
the science of sounds

harmonicus
harmonicus
adjective
of or belonging to agreement or harmony

harpa
harpa
noun
a harp

harpacticon
harpacticon
cross-reference

harpaga
harpaga
noun
a hook

harpaginetulus
harpaginētulus
noun
a small hook

harpago
harpagō
verb
to rob

harpago
harpagō
noun
a hook

Harpagus
Harpagus
noun
a Median nobleman

Harpalus
Harpalus
noun
one of Cicero's slaves

Harpalyce
Harpalycē
noun
the daughter of the Thracian king Harpalycus

harpastum
harpastum
noun
a hand-ball

harpax
harpax
adjective
drawing to itself

Harpax
Harpax
noun
the name of a slave

harpe
harpē
noun
A sickleshaped sword

Harpocrates
Harpocratēs
noun
The Egyptian god of silence

Harpyia
Harpȳia
noun
Mythical rapacious monsters

Harudis
Harūdis
noun
a Germanic tribe in the army of Ariovistus

haruga
haruga
cross-reference

harundifer
harundifer
adjective
reed-bearing

harundinaceus
harundināceus
adjective
like a reed

harundinarius
harundinārius
noun
a dealer in limed twigs

harundinatio
harundinātiō
noun
the poling

harundinetum
harundinētum
noun
a thicket or jungle of reeds

harundineus
harundineus
adjective
Of reeds

harundinosus
harundinōsus
adjective
abounding in reeds

harundo
harundō
noun
the reed

harundulatio
harundulātiō
cross-reference

haruspex
haruspex
noun
a soothsayer

haruspica
haruspica
noun
a female haruspex or soothsayer

haruspicalis
haruspicālis
adjective
of a soothsayer

haruspicina
haruspicīna
noun
the art of divining

haruspicinus
haruspicīnus
adjective
of or relating to the inspection of victims

haruspicium
haruspicium
noun
inspection of victims

harviga
harviga
noun
a ram for offering

harviga
harviga
cross-reference

harvix
harvix
noun
a ram for offering

harvix
harvix
noun
a ram for offering

Hasdrubal
Hasdrubal
noun
a Punic name

Hasdrubalianus
Hasdrubaliānus
adjective
belonging to one Hasdrubal

hasta
hasta
noun
a spear

hastarium
hastārium
noun
an auction-catalogue

hastarius
hastārius
adjective
of or belonging to the spear

hastatus
hastatus
noun
the first line of a Roman army drawn up in order of battle

hastatus
hastātus
noun
the first line of a Roman army drawn up in order of battle

hastatus
hastātus
adjective
armed with a spear

hastile
hastīle
noun
the shaft of a spear or javelin

hastula
hastula
noun
A little spear

Haterianus
Hateriānus
adjective
of or belonging to Haterius

hau
hau
interjection
Oh! ah!

hau
hau
adverb
not at all

hau
hau
cross-reference

haud
haud
adverb
not at all

hauddum
hauddum
adverb

haud dum
haud dum
adverb
not at all as yet

hauddum
hauddum
adverb
not at all as yet

haudquaquam
haudquāquam
adverb

haudquaquam
haudquāquam
adverb
by no means whatever

haud quaquam
haud quāquam
adverb
by no means whatever

haurio
hauriō
verb
to draw up or out

hauritorium
haurītōrium
noun

hauritus
haurītus
adjective

haustor
haustor
noun
a drawer

haustrum
haustrum
noun
a machine for drawing water

haustus
haustus
adjective

haustus
haustus
noun
a drawing

haut
haut
cross-reference

haut
haut
adverb
not at all

have
havē
adverb

haveo
haveo
adverb

haveo
haveō
verb
to be or fare well

Heautontimorumenos
Heautontīmōrūmenos
noun
The Self-tormentor

hebdomada
hebdomada
noun
the number seven

hebdomadalis
hebdomadālis
adjective
of or belonging to a week

hebdomadicus
hebdomadicus
adjective
relating to the number seven

hebdomas
hebdomas
noun
the number seven

hebdomaticus
hebdomaticus
adjective
relating to the number seven

Hebe
Hēbē
noun
the goddess of youth

hebeneus
hebeneus
adjective
of ebony

hebeninus
hebeninus
adjective
of ebony

hebenus
hebenus
noun
the ebon-tree

hebeo
hebeō
verb
to be blunt or dull

hebes
hebes
noun
blunt

hebesco
hebescō
verb
to grow blunt

hebetatio
hebetātiō
noun
dulness

hebetatrix
hebetātrix
noun
that makes dull or dim

hebete
hebete
noun
blunt tools

hebetesco
hebetescō
verb
to grow dull

hebeto
hebetō
verb
to make blunt or dull

hebetudo
hebetūdō
noun
bluntness

Hebraeus
Hebraeus
noun
the Hebrews

Hebraeus
Hebraeus
adjective
of or belonging to the Hebrews

Hebraice
Hēbrāicē
adverb

Hebraice
Hebraicē
adverb

Hebraicus
Hebraicus
adjective

Hebraicus
Hēbrāicus
adjective

hebria
hebria
noun
a wine - vessel

hebria
hebria
noun
a wine-vessel

Hebrus
Hebrus
noun
The principal river in Thrace

Hecaerge
Hecaergē
noun
The name of Diana

Hecale
Hecalē
noun
a poor old woman who kindly received Theseus

Hecataeus
Hecataeus
noun
a famous historian and geographer of Miletus

Hecate
Hecatē
noun
daughter of Perses

Hecateis
Hecatēis
noun
Hecateian

Hecateius
Hecatēius
adjective
of or belonging to Hecate

Hecato
Hecatō
noun
a philosopher of Rhodes

hecatombe
hecatombē
noun
a great sacrifice of a hundred oxen

hecatombion
hecatombion
noun

hecatompolis
hecatompolis
noun
having a hundred cities

hecatompylos
hecatompylos
adjective
of a hundred gates

hecatontas
hecatontās
noun
the number one hundred

Hector
Hector
noun
son of Priam and Hecuba

Hectoreus
Hectoreus
adjective
of or belonging to Hector

Hecuba
Hecuba
noun
the daughter of Dymas

Hecube
Hecubē
noun
the daughter of Dymas

Hecyra
Hecyra
noun
The Stepmother

hedera
hedera
noun
ivy

hederaceius
hederāceius
adjective
of ivy

hederaceus
hederāceus
adjective
of ivy

hederatus
hederātus
adjective
adorned or crowned with ivy

hederiger
hederiger
adjective
ivy-bearing

hederosus
hederōsus
adjective
full of ivy

Hedone
Hēdonē
noun
one of the aeons of Valentinian

Heduphageticum
Hēduphagēticum
noun
the title of a poem of Ennius

Heduus
Hēduus
noun

hedychrum
hēdȳchrum
noun
a sweet-smelling ointment used for beautifying the skin

hedychrum
hēdychrum
noun
a sweet-smelling ointment used for beautifying the skin

Hedymeles
Hēdymelēs
noun
name of a musician

hedyosmos
hēdyosmos
noun
the herb wild mint

hedypnois
hēdypnois
noun
a species of succory

hedysma
hēdysma
noun
a sweet-smelling ingredient in ointments

Hegesaretos
Hēgēsārētos
noun
a Thessalian

Hegesias
Hēgēsiās
noun
A Cyrenaic philosopher

Hegesinus
Hēgēsīnus
noun
an Academic philosopher

hehae
hehae
interjection
he! he!

hei
heī
interjection
ah! woe!

heia
hēia
interjection
ah! ah ha! indeed!

heia
heia
interjection

heic
heic
adverb

heic
heic
adverb
in this place

Heius
Hēius
noun
a Greek proper name

hejulor
hejulor
verb
to wail

helciarius
helciārius
noun
one who draws small vessels up the stream

helcium
helcium
noun
that with

helcysma
helcysma
noun
the dross of molten silver

Helena
Helena
noun
Daughter of Jupiler and Leda

Helene
Helenē
noun
Daughter of Jupiler and Leda

helenium
helenium
noun
a plant

Helenius
Helenius
noun
a Latin proper name

Helenus
Helenus
noun
son of Priam and Hecuba

heleoselinon
helēoselīnon
noun
smallage

helepolis
helepolis
noun
a besieging engine

Helernus
Helernus
noun
a grove by the Tiber

Helia
Helia
cross-reference

Heliacus
Hēliacus
adjective
relating to Helios

Heliadis
Hēliadis
noun
daughters of Helios and sisters of Phaethon

helianthes
hēlianthes
noun
the sunflower

Helias
Heliās
noun
Elijah

Helicaon
Helicāōn
noun
son of Antenor and founder of Patavium

Helicaonius
Helicāonius
adjective

Helice
Helicē
adverb
The constellation of the Great Bear

helice
helicē
noun
A kind of slender

helichrysos
helichrysos
noun
the herb marigold

helichrysos
helichrȳsos
noun
the herb marigold

helichrysum
helichrysum
noun
the herb marigold

helichrysum
helichrȳsum
noun
the herb marigold

Helicon
Helicon
noun
a mountain in Baeotia

Heliconiadis
Helicōniadis
noun
the Heliconians

Heliconides
Helicōnides
noun
the Muses

Heliconis
Helicōnis
noun
Heliconian

Heliconius
Helicōnius
adjective
of or belonging to Helicon

heliocallis
hēliocallis
noun
the sunflower

heliocaminus
hēliocamīnus
noun
an apartment exposed to the sun

Heliodorus
Hēliodōrus
noun
A celebrated surgeon

Heliogabalus
Hēliogabalus
noun
a Roman emperor

Heliopolis
Hēliopolis
noun
A city of Lower Egypt

Heliopolita
Hēliopolīta
noun
the inhabitants of Heliopolis

Heliopolitanus
Hēliopolītānus
adjective
of or belonging to Heliopolis

Heliopolitanus
Hēliopolītānus
noun
the inhabitants of Heliopolis

Heliopolites
Hēliopolītēs
noun
of or belonging to Heliopolis

helioscopion
hēlioscopion
noun
a species of heliotropium

helioscopios
hēlioscopios
noun
a kind of tithymalus or spurge

helioselinum
helīoselīnum
noun
smallage

heliotropios
hēliotropios
cross-reference

heliotropium
hēliotropium
noun
The plant turnsole

helix
helix
noun
A kind of ivy

Helladicus
Helladicus
adjective
of or from Greece

Hellanicus
Hellānīcus
noun
a Greek historian of Lesbos

Hellas
Hellas
noun
Hellas

Helle
Hellē
noun
daughter of Athamas and Nephele

helleborine
helleborīnē
adverb

helleborus
helleborus
cross-reference

Hellen
Hellēn
noun
a son of Deucalion

Hellespontiacus
Hellespontiacus
adjective
Hellespontic

Hellespontias
Hellespontias
adjective

Hellesponticus
Hellesponticus
adjective

Hellespontius
Hellespontius
adjective
of or belonging

Hellespontius
Hellespontius
noun
one who lives upon the Hellespont

Hellespontus
Hellespontus
noun
the Sea of Helle

hellleborine
hellleborīnē
noun
a kind of hellebore

hellleborites
hellleborītēs
noun
hellebore wine

hellleboro
hellleborō
cross-reference
to purify with hellebore

hellleborosus
hellleborōsus
adjective
in need of hellebore

hellleborus
hellleborus
noun
hellebore

hellleborus
hellleborus
noun
hellebore

helluatio
hēlluātiō
noun
a gormandizing

helluatio
helluātiō
noun
a gormandizing

helluor
helluor
verb
to gormandize

helluo
helluō
noun
a gormandizer

Hellusius
Hellusius
noun
a German tribe

helops
helops
noun
a very savory sea-fish

Heloria Tempe
Helōria Tempē
expression
the vale

Helorini
Helōrīnī
adverb
the vale

Helorum
Helōrum
noun
a river on the eastern coast of Sicily

Helorus
Helōrus
noun
At its mouth

Helorus
Helōrus
noun
a river on the eastern coast of Sicily

Helotes
Helōtes
noun

heluatio
hēluātiō
cross-reference

heluor
hēluor
verb
to gormandize

heluo
hēluō
cross-reference

heluo
hēluō
noun
a gormandizer

helus
helus
cross-reference

helus
helus
noun
Kitchen or garden herbs

helvacea
helvacea
cross-reference

Helveconis
Helvecōnis
noun
a northern Germanic tribe

helvela
helvēla
noun
a small potherb

helvella
helvella
noun
a small potherb

helvenacius
helvenācius
adjective

helvenacus
helvenācus
adjective
pale yellow

helveolus
helveolus
adjective
pale yellow

Helveticus
Helvēticus
adjective

Helvetius
Helvētius
noun
the Helvetians

Helvetius
Helvētius
adjective
of or belonging to the Helvetians

Helvicus
Helvicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Helvii

Helvidius
Helvidius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

Helvina
Helvīna
noun
a surname of Ceres

helvinus
helvinus
adjective

Helvius
Helvius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

Helvius
Helvius
noun
a people of

helvolus
helvolus
adjective

Helvus
Helvus
noun
a people of

helvus
helvus
adjective
light bay

helxine
helxīnē
noun
A prickly plant

hem
hem
interjection
oho! indeed! well! well to be sure! hah! alas! alack! Ag

hemeresios
hēmerēsios
adjective
of a day

hemeris
hēmeris
noun
a species of oak

hemerobion
hēmerobion
noun
an insect that lives but a day

hemerocalles
hēmerocalles
noun
a sort of lily

hemerodromus
hēmerodromus
noun
a courier

hemicadium
hēmicadium
noun
the half of a

hemicillus
hēmicillus
noun
a mule

hemicrania
hēmicrānia
noun
a pain on one side of the head

hemicranicus
hēmicrānicus
noun
sufferers from headache

hemicranium
hēmicrānium
noun
a pain on one side of the head

hemicyclium
hēmicyclium
noun
a half-circle

hemicyclus
hēmicyclus
noun
half-circle

hemicylindrus
hēmicylindrus
noun
a half-cylinder

hemina
hēmīna
noun
a measure

Hemina
Hēmīna
noun
surname of the historian

heminarium
hēmīnārium
noun
presents of the measure of a

hemiolios
hēmiolios
adjective
one and a half

hemionion
hēmionion
noun
a plant

hemisphaerium
hēmisphaerium
noun
a half-globe

hemistichium
hēmistichium
noun
a half-verse

hemistrigium
hēmistrigium
noun
a measure

hemitheus
hēmitheus
noun
a demigod

hemitonium
hēmitonium
noun
a half-tone

hemitriglyphus
hēmitrīglyphus
noun

hemitritaeus
hēmitritaeus
noun
A semi-tertian ague

hemitritaicus
hēmitritaicus
adjective
of or belonging to the semi-tertian ague

hemo
hemō
noun
a human being

hendecasyllabus
hendecasyllabus
noun
verses of eleven syllables

Henetus
Henetus
noun

Henetus
Henetus
noun
A people in

Heniochius
Hēniochius
adjective

Heniochus
Hēniochus
noun
the constellation of the Wagoner

Heniochus
Hēniochus
adjective

Heniochus
Hēniochus
adjective
of or belonging to the Heniochi

Heniochus
Hēniochus
noun
a people of Asiatic Sarmatia

Henna
Henna
noun
a city of great antiquity in the centre of Sicily

Hennaeus
Hennaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Henna

Hennensis
Hennensis
adjective
of or belonging to Henna

Hennensis
Hennensis
noun
the inhabitants of Henna

henosis
henōsis
noun
one

henotes
henotēs
noun
one of the aeons of Valentinian

hepar
hēpar
noun
the liver

hepatarius
hēpatārius
adjective
of or belonging to the liver

hepaticus
hēpaticus
noun
they who have the liver-complaint

hepaticus
hēpaticus
noun
belonging to the liver

hepatites
hēpatītēs
noun
the liver-stone

hepatitis
hēpatītis
noun
like the liver

hepatitis
hēpatītis
noun
a precious stone

hepatium
hēpatium
noun
liver

hepatizon
hēpatīzon
noun
like liver

Hephaestia
Hēphaestia
noun
a city of Lemnos

Hephaestio
Hēphaestiō
noun
a favorite of Alexander the Great

hephaestitis
hēphaestītis
noun
a precious stone

hephthemimeres
hephthēmimeres
noun
the caesura which occurs after the first half of the fourth foot

hepsema
hepsēma
noun
must boiled down to a thick consistence

Heptagonia
Heptagōnia
noun
a small place near Sparta

heptagonos
heptagōnos
adjective
seven-cornered

heptaneuros
heptaneuros
noun
a plant

heptaphonos
heptaphōnos
adjective
seven times sounding

heptaphyllon
heptaphyllon
noun
a plant

heptapleuros
heptapleuros
noun
the larger kind of the plant

Heptapylos
Heptapylos
adjective
seven-gated

Heptapylos
Heptapylos
adjective
seven-gated

heptas
heptās
noun
the number seven

heptasemos
heptasēmos
adjective
of seven times

Heptastadium
Heptastadium
noun
a mole of seven stadia in length

heptasyllabus
heptasyllabus
adjective
seven - syllabled

Heptateuchos
Heptateuchos
noun
the first seven books of the Old Testament

hepteris
heptēris
noun
a galley with seven banks of oars

Her
Her
noun
a Pamphylian

hera
hera
noun
the mistress of a house

hera
hera
cross-reference

Hera
Hēra
noun
another name of

Hera
Hēra
noun
the Grecian goddess Hera

Heraclea
Hēraclēa
noun
the name of several cities

Heracleensis
Hēraclēensis
noun
the inhabitants of Heraclea

Heracleensis
Hēraclēensis
noun
the inhabitants of Heraclea

Heracleopolis
Hērācleopolis
noun
a city of Egypt upon an ancient island of the Nile

Heracleopolita
Hērācleopolīta
noun
the inhabitants of Heracleopolis

Heracleopolites
Hērācleopolītēs
noun
of Heracleopolis

Heracleota
Hēraclēōta
noun
the inhabitants of Heraclea

Heracleotes
Hēraclēōtēs
noun
of or belonging to Heraclea

Heracleoticus
Hēraclēōticus
adjective
of or belonging to Heraclea

Heracleum
Hērāclēum
noun
a city in Macedonia

Heracleus
Hēraclēus
adjective

Heracleus
Herāclēus
adjective
of or belonging to Hercules

Heracleus
Hēraclēus
adjective
of or belonging to Heraclea

Heraclia
Hēraclīa
noun
the name of several cities

Heraclides
Hēraclīdēs
noun
a proper name

Heraclides
Hēraclīdēs
noun

Heraclides
Hēraclīdēs
noun
a male descendant of Hercules

Heracliensis
Hēraclīensis
noun
the inhabitants of Heraclea

Heracliensis
Hēraclīensis
noun
the inhabitants of Heraclea

Heracliensis
Hēraclīensis
adjective

Heracliteus
Hēraclīteus
noun
the disciples of Heraclitus

Heraclitus
Hērāclītus
noun
A celebrated Greek philosopher of Ephesus

Heraclius
Hēraclius
adjective

Heraclius
Herāclius
adjective
of or belonging to Hercules

Heraclius
Hēraclius
adjective
of or belonging to Heraclea

Heraclius
Hēraclius
adjective

Heraea
Hēraea
noun
a fortified city in Arcadia

Heraeum
Hēraeum
noun
the festival of Hera

Heraeus
Hēraeus
adjective

herba
herba
noun
springing vegetation

herbaceus
herbāceus
adjective
grassy

herbans
herbans
adjective
producing grass or herbage

herbaria
herbāria
noun
the knowledge of plants

herbarium
herbārium
noun
a collection of dried plants

herbarius
herbārius
noun
one skilled in plants

herbaticus
herbāticus
adjective
living on grass or herbs

herbens
herbens
adjective

herbesco
herbescō
verb
to grow into green stalks or blades

Herbessus
Herbessus
noun
a town of Sicily

Herbesus
Herbēsus
noun
a town of Sicily

herbeus
herbeus
adjective
grasscolored

herbido
herbidō
verb
to give a grassy appearance to

herbidus
herbidus
adjective
Full of grass or herbs

herbifer
herbifer
adjective
producing grass or herbs

herbigradus
herbigradus
adjective
going in the grass

herbilis
herbilis
adjective
fed with grass

herbipotens
herbipotens
adjective
skilled in herbs

Herbita
Herbita
noun
a town in Sicily

Herbitensis
Herbitensis
adjective
of or belonging to Herbita

Herbitensis
Herbitensis
noun
the inhabitants of Herbita

herbo
herbō
verb

herbosus
herbōsus
adjective
Full of grass or herbs

herbula
herbula
noun
a little herb

herbuscula
herbuscula
noun
a little herb or plant

Herceus
Hercēus
noun
an epithet of Jupiter

hercisco
herciscō
verb
to proceed to the division of an inheritance

hercle
hercle
noun
by Hercules!

hercle
hercle
interjection

herctum
herctum
noun
an inheritance

Herculanensis
Herculānensis
noun
the inhabitants of Herculaneum

Herculanensis
Herculānensis
adjective

Herculaneum
Herculāneum
noun
a town of Campania

Herculaneus
Herculāneus
adjective

Herculaneus
Herculāneus
adjective
of or belonging to Herculaneum

Herculaneus
Herculāneus
adjective
large

Herculanium
Herculānium
noun
a town of Campania

Herculanus
Herculānus
adjective

Herculanus
Herculānus
adjective

Herculanus
Herculanus
adjective
of or belonging to Herculaneum

hercularia
herculāria
noun
a plant

hercule
hercule
interjection

hercule
hercule
noun
by Hercules!

hercules
hercules
noun
by Hercules!

Hercules
Hercules
noun
son of Jupiter and Alcmena

hercules
hercules
interjection

Herculeus
Herculeus
adjective
of or belonging to Hercules

Herculeus
Herculeus
adjective

Herculianus
Herculiānus
noun
a surname of the emperor Maximinianus

Herculius
Herculius
noun
a surname of the emperor Maximinianus

Hercyna
Hercȳna
noun
a female companion of Proserpina

Hercynia
Hercynia
noun

Hercynia silva
Hercynia silva
expression
the Hercynian Forest

Hercynna
Hercynna
noun
a female companion of Proserpina

Herdonea
Herdōnea
noun
a city of the interior of Apulia

Herdoneia
Herdōneia
noun
a city of the interior of Apulia

Herdoniensis
Herdōniensis
noun
the inhabitants of Herdonia

Herdonius
Herdonius
noun
a proper name

Here
Hērē
noun
the goddess of inheritance

here
herē
adverb

here
here
adverb
yesterday

herediolum
hērēdiolum
noun
a small inheritance

heredipeta
hērēdipeta
noun
one that strives after an inheritance

hereditarie
hērēditāriē
adverb
by inheritance

hereditarius
hērēditārius
adjective
of or relating to an inheritance

hereditas
hērēditās
noun
heirship

heredito
hērēditō
verb
to inherit

heredium
hērēdium
noun
an hereditary estate

Herennianus
Hērenniānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Herennius

Herennius
Hērennius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

heres
hēres
noun
an heir

Heresis
Heresis
cross-reference
A calling

heresis
heresis
noun
sect

heri
herī
adverb
yesterday

Herie
Hēriē
noun
a female companion of Juno

herifuga
herifuga
noun

herifuga
herifuga
noun
a runaway

herilis
herīlis
cross-reference

herilis
herīlis
adjective
of the master or mistress of a family

Herillius
Herillius
noun
the disciples of Erillus

Herillus
Hērillus
noun
a Stoic philosopher of Carthage

Herillus
Hērillus
noun

Herilus
Hērilus
noun
a king of Praeneste

herinaceus
herināceus
cross-reference

herinaceus
herināceus
noun
a hedgehog

heritudo
hēritūdō
cross-reference

heritudo
heritūdō
cross-reference

Herma
Herma
noun
a Hermes pillar

Hermacreon
Hermācreon
noun
a Greek proper name

Hermaeum
Hermaeum
noun

Hermaeum
Hermaeum
noun
a temple of Hercules

Hermagora
Hermagora
noun
A celebrated Greek rhetorician of Rhodes

Hermagoras
Hermagorās
noun
A celebrated Greek rhetorician of Rhodes

Hermagoreus
Hermagorēus
noun
his disciples

Hermandica
Hermandica
noun
a city of Hispania

hermaphroditus
hermaphrodītus
noun
a hermaphrodite

Hermarchus
Hermarchus
noun
a disciple of Epicurus

Hermathena
Hermathēna
noun
a double bust of Mercury and Minerva

hermeneuma
hermēneuma
noun
explanation

Hermeracles
Hermēracles
noun
a double bust of Mercury and Hercules

Hermeros
Hermeros
noun
a double bust of Mercury and Amor

Hermes
Hermēs
noun
a Hermes pillar

hermesias
hermēsias
noun
a kind of medical composition for children

Herminius
Herminius
cross-reference
Name of an ancient Roman family of Etruscan origin

Herminius mons
Herminius mons
expression
a mountain range of Lusitania

Hermiona
Hermiona
noun
Daughter of Menela_us and Helen

Hermione
Hermionē
noun
Daughter of Menela_us and Helen

Hermioneus
Hermionēus
adjective
of or belonging to Hermione

Hermionicus
Hermionicus
adjective

Hermionis
Hermiōnis
noun
a name applied to the people of Central Germany

Hermionius
Hermionius
adjective

Hermippus
Hermippus
noun
a Greek proper name

Hermodorus
Hermodōrus
noun
An Ephesian prince

Hermogenes
Hermogenēs
noun
a proper name

Hermogenianus
Hermogeniānus
adjective
belonging to one Hermogenes

hermubasilion
hermūbasilīon
cross-reference

hermubotane
hermūbotanē
noun
the herb Mercury

hermula
hermula
noun
a small Hermes pillar

Hermundurus
Hermundurus
noun
a Germanic people on the Elbe

hermupoa
hermūpoa
noun
the herb Mercury

Hermus
Hermus
noun
an auriferous river in Aeolis

hernia
hernia
noun
a rupture

Hernicus
Hernicus
noun
the Hernician

Hernicus
Hernicus
noun
an Italian people in Latium

Hernicus
Hernicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Hernici

herniosus
herniōsus
adjective
ruptured

herniosus
herniōsus
noun
ruptured persons

Hero
Hērō
noun
A priestess of Aphrodite

Herodes
Hērōdēs
noun
A king of Judea

Herodianus
Hērōdiānus
adjective
of Herod

Herodianus
Hērōdiānus
noun
the followers of Herod

herodio
herōdiō
noun
an unknown bird

herodius
herōdius
noun
an unknown bird

Herodotus
Hērodotus
noun
celebrated as the earliest Greek historian

heroice
hērōicē
adverb
in the heroic style

heroicus
hērōicus
adjective
of or relating to

Heroides
Hērōides
noun
the title of the Epistles of Ovid

heroina
hērōīna
noun
a demi-goddess

heroine
hērōīnē
noun
a demi-goddess

heroion
hērōīon
noun

herois
hērōis
noun
a demi-goddess

Herophile
Hērophilē
noun
a priestess of Apollo

heros
hēros
noun
a demi-god

Herostratus
Hērostratus
noun
the notorious Ephesian who

heroum
hērōum
noun
A monument to the memory of a hero

herous
hērōus
adjective
of or relating to a hero

Herous
Hērōus
adjective
of or belonging to Hero

Herous
Hērōus
adjective
of Hero

herpes
herpēs
noun
A cutaneous eruption that creeps and spreads

herpesticus
herpesticus
adjective
spreading

herpyllum
herpyllum
noun
a climbing evergreen plant

Herse
Hersē
noun
a daughter of Cecrops

Hersilia
Hersilia
noun
the wife of Romulus

Hertha
Hertha
noun

Herulus
Herulus
noun
the Herulians

herus
herus
cross-reference

herus
herus
noun
the master of a house or family

hervum
hervum
noun

hervum
hervum
noun
a kind of pulse

Hesiodeius
Hēsiodēīus
adjective
of or relating to Hesiod

Hesiodeus
Hēsiodēus
adjective
of or relating to Hesiod

Hesiodicus
Hēsiodicus
adjective

Hesiodus
Hēsiodus
noun
the Greek poet Hesiod

Hesiona
Hēsiona
noun
A daughter of Laomedon

Hesione
Hēsionē
noun
A daughter of Laomedon

Hesperia
Hesperia
noun

Hesperia
Hesperia
noun
the land of the west

Hesperidis
Hesperidis
noun

Hesperidis
Hesperidis
noun
The Hesperides

Hesperie
Hesperiē
noun
a daughter of the river Cebren

Hesperis
Hesperis
noun
the queen's gilliflower

Hesperis
Hesperis
noun
of evening or the west

Hesperius
Hesperius
adjective

Hesperius
Hesperius
adjective
of or situated towards the west

Hesperos
Hesperos
noun
the evening star

hesperugo
hesperūgō
noun
the evening star

Hesperus
Hesperus
noun
the evening star

hesternus
hesternus
adjective
of yesterday

Hestiaeotis
Hestiaeōtis
noun
a district in Thessaly between Olympus and Ossa

Hesus
Hēsus
noun
a Gallic deity

Hesus
Hesus
noun

hetaeria
hetaeria
noun
brotherhood

hetaerice
hetaericē
noun
a body of horse-guards in the Macedonian army

heteroclitus
heterōclitus
adjective
varying in declension

heteroclitus
heteroclitus
adjective
varying in declension

heterocranea
heterocrānea
noun
headache on one side of the head

heterocraneia
heterocrāneia
noun
headache on one side of the head

Hetriculum
Hetriculum
noun
a city of the Bruttii

Hetruria
Hetrūria
noun
a country of central Italy

Hetruria
Hetrūria
noun

Hetruscus
Hetruscus
noun

hetta
hetta
cross-reference

hettematicus
hettēmaticus
adjective
poor of its kind

heureta
heureta
noun
an inventor

Heva
Hēva
noun
Eve

hexachordos
hexachordos
adjective
having six musical strings or stops

hexaclinon
hexaclīnon
noun
a couch to hold six persons

Hexaemeron
Hexaēmeron
noun
the six days of the creation

hexagonium
hexagōnium
noun
a six-sided figure

hexagonum
hexagōnum
noun
a six-sided figure

hexameter
hexameter
noun
a verse consisting of six feet

hexametrus
hexametrus
noun
a verse consisting of six feet

hexaphoros
hexaphoros
adjective
one of six who carry a load together

hexaphorum
hexaphorum
noun
a litter borne by six men

hexaptotum
hexaptōtum
noun
nouns that have six cases

Hexapylon
Hexapylon
noun
a gate in Syracuse with six entrances

hexas
hexas
noun
the number six

hexastichus
hexastichus
adjective
of six lines or rows

hexastylos
hexastylos
adjective
having six columns

hexecontalithos
hexēcontalithos
noun
a precious stone

hexeris
hexēris
noun
a vessel with six banks of oars

hiantia
hiantia
noun
an opening

Hiarbas
Hiarbās
noun
a king of Mauritania

hiasco
hiascō
verb
to open

hiaspis
hiaspis
noun

hiatus
hiātus
noun
an opening

Hiber
Hiber
cross-reference

Hiberia
Hibēria
noun
the country of Iberia

Hiberia
Hibēria
noun
Iberia

Hiberiacus
Hibēriacus
adjective
Iberic

Hibericus
Hibēricus
adjective
Iberic

Hiberina
Hibērīna
noun
a female Iberian

Hiberis
Hibēris
noun
Iberians

hibernaculum
hībernāculum
noun
a winter residence

hibernaculum
hībernāculum
noun
tents for winterquarters

hibernalis
hībernālis
adjective
wintry

Hibernia
Hibernia
noun
the island now called Ireland

hiberno
hībernō
verb
to pass the winter

hibernum
hībernum
noun
the winter

hibernum
hībernum
noun

hibernum
hībernum
noun
winter-quarters

hibernus
hībernus
adjective
of or belonging to winter

Hiberus
Hibērus
adjective
of or belonging to the Iberians

Hiberus
Hibērus
noun
an Iberian

Hiberus
Hibērus
cross-reference

Hiberus
Hibērus
noun
an Iberian

Hiberus
Hibērus
cross-reference

Hiberus
Hibērus
noun
the Iberians

hibiscum
hibiscum
noun
the marsh-mallow

hibiscus
hibiscus
noun
the marsh-mallow

hibrida
hibrida
noun
a mongrel

hic
hīc
adverb
in this place

hic
hīc
pronoun
this

hice, haece
hīce, haece
expression
Thr

hice, haece
hice, haece
expression

Hicetaon
Hicetāōn
noun
son of Laomedon king of Troy

Hicetaonius
Hicetāonius
cross-reference
of Hiceta_on

Hicetas
Hicetās
noun
A tyrant of Leontini

hicine
hicinē
adverb

hicine
hicine
adverb
in this place

hicine, haecine
hicine, haecine
expression

hicne
hicnē
adverb

hiemale
hiemāle
noun
winter-quarters

hiemalis
hiemālis
adjective
of or belonging to winter

hiematio
hiemātiō
noun
a passing the winter

hiemo
hiemō
verb
to pass the winter

hiemps
hiemps
noun
the winter

Hiempsal
Hiempsal
noun
Son of Micipsa and king of Numidia

Hiems
Hiems
noun
Rainy

hiems
hiems
noun
the winter

Hiera
Hiera
noun
The name of several islands

hiera
hiera
noun
a garland

hierabotane
hierābotanē
noun
a plant

hiera botane
hiera botanē
noun
a plant

hieracia
hierācia
noun
hawkweed

hieracitis
hierācītis
noun
a precious stone

hieracium
hierācium
noun
a sort of eye-salve

Hiera Come
Hiera Cōme
expression
a place in Caria

Hiera Come
Hiera Cōme
expression

Hierapolis
Hierāpolis
noun
A city of Great Phrygia

Hierapolita
Hierāpolīta
noun
the inhabitants of Hierapolis

Hierapolitanus
Hierāpolītānus
noun

hieraticus
hierāticus
adjective
belonging to sacred uses

Hieremias
Hiērēmīās
noun
the Hebrew prophet Jeremiah

Hieremias
Hieremīās
noun
the prophet Jeremiah

Hiericus
Hiericūs
noun
the city of Jericho

Hiero
Hierō
noun
Ruler of Syracuse

Hierocaesaria
Hierocaesarīa
noun
a city of Lydia

Hierocaesariea
Hierocaesarīēa
noun
a city of Lydia

Hierocaesariensis
Hierocaesariensis
noun
its inhabitants

Hierocles
Hierōcles
noun
a celebrated orator of Alabanda

Hierocles
Hierocles
noun
a celebrated orator of Alabanda

hierodulus
hierodūlus
noun
a temple servant

hieroglyphicus
hieroglyphicus
adjective
hieroglyphic

hierographicus
hierographicus
adjective
hierographic

hieromnemon
hieromnēmōn
noun
a precious stone

hieronica
hieronīca
noun
a conqueror in the sacred games

Hieronicus
Hierōnicus
adjective
of or pertaining to Hiero

Hieronicus
Hierōnicus
adjective

Hieronymus
Hierōnymus
noun
a ruler of Syracuse

hierophanta
hierophanta
noun
a teacher of religious rites and ceremonies

hierophantes
hierophantēs
noun
a teacher of religious rites and ceremonies

hierophantria
hierophantria
noun
a teacher of religious rites and ceremonies

hierophylax
hierophylax
noun
the keeper of a temple

Hierosolymam
Hierosolymam
noun
of or belonging to Jerusalem

Hierosolymarius
Hierosolymārius
noun
of or belonging to Jerusalem

Hierosolymitanus
Hierosolymītānus
adjective
of Jerusalem

Hierosolymum
Hierosolymum
noun
the city of Jerusalem

Hierusalem
Hierusalem
noun
of or belonging to Jerusalem

Hierusalem
Hierūsalem
noun
of or belonging to Jerusalem

hieto
hietō
verb
to open the mouth wide

Hilaira
Hilaīra
noun
daughter of Leucippus and bride of Ida

hilare
hilarē
adverb
cheerfully

hilaresco
hilarescō
verb
to grow cheerful or merry

hilaria
hilaria
noun
gayety

hilaris
hilaris
adjective
cheerful

hilaritas
hilaritās
noun
cheerfulness

hilariter
hilariter
adverb

hilariter
hilariter
adverb
cheerfully

hilaritudo
hilaritūdō
noun
cheerfulness

hilarium
hilarium
noun
the joyous festival celebrated in honor of Cybele at the vernal equinox

hilarium
hilarium
noun

hilaro
hilarō
verb
to make cheerful

hilarodos
hilarodos
cross-reference

hilarulus
hilarulus
adjective
cheerful

Hilarus
Hilarus
noun
name of a Roman freedman

hilarus
hilarus
adjective

hilarus
hilarus
adjective
cheerful

hilla
hilla
noun
the smaller and anterior intestines of animals

Hilota
Hīlōta
noun
the original inhabitants of the city Helos

hilum
hīlum
noun
a little thing

Himantopodis
Himantopodis
noun
a people of Aethiopia

himantopus
himantopūs
noun
a kind of long-legged water-fowl

Himella
Himella
noun
a small river in the Sabine territory

Himera
Hīmera
noun
a river of Sicily

Himeraeus
Hīmeraeus
noun
of or belonging to the city Himera

Himerum
Hīmerum
noun
of or belonging to the city Himera

hinc
hinc
adverb
from this place. hence

hinna
hinna
noun

hinnibilis
hinnībilis
adjective
that neighs

hinnibundus
hinnibundus
adjective
constantly neighing

hinnienter
hinnienter
adverb
with neighing

hinnio
hinniō
verb
to neigh

hinnitat
hinnītat
cross-reference

hinnitus
hinnītus
noun
a neighing

hinnula
hinnula
noun
a young hind

hinnulea
hinnulea
noun
a young hind

hinnuleus
hinnuleus
noun
a young stag or roebuck

hinnulus
hinnulus
noun
a young mule

hinnus
hinnus
noun
a mule

hio
hiō
verb
to open

hippacare
hippacārē
adverb

hippace
hippacē
noun
Cheese made of mare's milk

hippagines
hippāgines
cross-reference

hippagogus
hippagōgus
noun
vessels for transporting horses

hippagus
hippāgus
cross-reference

Hippalus
Hippalus
noun
another name of the wind

Hipparchus
Hipparchus
noun
A son of Pisistratus tyrant of Athens

Hipparinus
Hipparīnus
noun
the name of the father of Dion

Hipparis
Hipparis
noun
a small river of Sicily

Hippasus
Hippasus
noun
Son of Eurytus

hippegus
hippēgus
noun
a transport for cavalry

hippeus
hippeus
noun
a kind of comet

Hippias
Hippiās
noun
A son of Pisistratus tyrant of Athens

Hippius
Hippius
cross-reference

Hippius
Hippius
noun
a Roman proper name

Hippo
Hippō
noun
the name of several cities

hippocamelus
hippocamēlus
noun
a fabulous animal

hippocampos
hippocampos
noun
a sea-horse

hippocampus
hippocampus
noun
a sea-horse

hippocentaurus
hippocentaurus
noun
a fabulous creature

hippocomus
hippocomus
noun
a groom

Hippocoon
Hippocoon
noun
Of Amyclae

hippocoum
hippocoum
cross-reference

Hippocrates
Hippocratēs
noun
the celebrated Greek physician of Cos

Hippocraticus
Hippocraticus
adjective
of or belonging to Hippocrates

Hippocrenaeus
Hippocrēnaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Hippocrene

Hippocrene
Hippocrēnē
noun
a fountain near Mount Helicon

Hippocrenidis
Hippocrēnidis
noun
the Muses so named from the Hippocrene

hippodamantium vinum
hippodamantium vīnum
expression
a sort of wine

Hippodamas
Hippodamas
adjective
the father of Perimele

Hippodame
Hippodamē
noun
Daughter of Oenomaus

Hippodamea
Hippodamēa
noun
Daughter of Oenomaus

Hippodamia
Hippodamīa
noun
Daughter of Oenomaus

Hippodamus
Hippodamus
noun
the horse-tamer

hippodromos
hippodromos
noun
a race-course for horses

hippolapathon
hippolapathon
noun
horse-sorrel

Hippolyta
Hippolyta
noun
An Amazon

Hippolyte
Hippolytē
noun
An Amazon

Hippolytus
Hippolytus
noun
son of Theseus and Hippolyte

hippomanes
hippomanes
noun
A slimy humor that flows from a mare when in heat

hippomarathon
hippomarathon
noun
horse-fennel

hippomarathum
hippomarathum
noun
horse-fennel

Hippomeneis
Hippomenēis
noun
Limone

Hippomenes
Hippomenēs
noun
son of Megareus

Hipponacteus
Hippōnactēus
adjective
of Hipponax

Hipponacteus
Hippōnacteus
noun
the sort of iambic verse invented by Hipponax

Hipponax
Hippōnax
noun
a Greek poet of Ephesus

Hipponensis
Hippōnensis
adjective

Hipponensis
Hippōnensis
noun
the inhabitants of Hippo

Hipponensis
Hippōnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Hippo

Hipponicus
Hipponīcus
noun
an Athenian

hippopera
hippopēra
noun
saddle-bags

hippophaes
hippophaes
noun
a plant

hippophaeston
hippophaeston
noun
a prickly plant

hippopheon
hippopheon
noun
a plant

hippophlomon
hippophlomon
noun
white mandrake

hippophobas
hippophobas
noun
a plant

Hippopodis
Hippopodis
noun
a fabulous race of men

hippopotamus
hippopotamus
noun
a river - horse

hipposelinum
hipposelīnum
noun
a sort of wild parsley

Hippotades
Hippotadēs
noun
the descendant of Hippotes

Hippothous
Hippothous
noun
son of Cercyon

hippotoxota
hippotoxota
noun
mounted archers

hippuris
hippūris
noun
horsetail

hippurus
hippūrus
noun
a fish

hippus
hippus
noun
a sea-fish

hir
hir
noun
a hand

hira
hīra
noun
the empty gut

hircinus
hircīnus
adjective
of a goat

Hircipes
Hircipes
noun
goat-footed

hirco
hircō
verb
to howl

hircosus
hircōsus
adjective
that smells like a goat

hirculus
hirculus
noun
A little goat

hircuosus
hircuōsus
adjective
goatish

hircus
hircus
noun
a he-goat

hircuus
hircuus
noun
a he-goat

hirnea
hirnea
noun
a jug

hirnula
hirnula
noun
a small jug or pitcher

hirpex
hirpex
noun
a large rake with iron teeth

Hirpinus
Hirpīnus
noun
a people of Lower Italy

Hirpinus
Hirpīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Hirpini

hirpus
hirpus
cross-reference
the wolf

Hirpus
Hirpus
noun
a very ancient Sabine family near Rome

hirquinus
hirquīnus
adjective

hirquinus
hirquīnus
adjective
of a goat

hirquitallio
hirquitalliō
verb
to acquire a strong voice

hirquitallus
hirquitallus
noun

hirquus
hirquus
noun

hirrio
hirriō
verb
to snarl

hirritus
hirrītus
noun
a snarling

hirsutia
hirsūtia
noun
roughness

hirsutus
hirsūtus
adjective
rough

hirticulus
hirticulus
cross-reference

Hirtinus
Hirtīnus
adjective
of Hirtius

Hirtinus
Hirtīnus
adjective

hirtipili
hirtipilī
cross-reference

Hirtius
Hirtius
adjective
name of a Roman

hirtuosus
hirtuōsus
adjective

hirtus
hirtus
adjective
rough

hirudo
hirūdō
noun
a leech

hirundineus
hirundineus
adjective
of or belonging to swallows

hirundininus
hirundinīnus
adjective
of or belonging to swallows

hirundo
hirundō
noun
a swallow

hisco
hiscō
verb
to open

hisdem
hisdem
cross-reference

Hispal
Hispal
noun

Hispalensis
Hispalensis
noun

Hispaliensis
Hispaliensis
noun

Hispaliensis
Hispaliensis
noun
the inhabitants of Hispalis

Hispalis
Hispalis
noun
A city of Hispania Baetica

Hispane
Hispānē
adverb
after the manner of Spain

Hispania
Hispānia
noun
the country of the Spaniards

Hispanicus
Hispānicus
adjective
Spanish

Hispaniensis
Hispāniensis
adjective
of or belonging to Spain

Hispanus
Hispānus
adjective
of or belonging to the Spaniards

Hispanus
Hispānus
noun
the Spaniards

Hispellats
Hispellāts
noun
the inhabitants of Hispellum

Hispellum
Hispellum
noun
a city of Umbria

hispido
hispidō
verb
to make bristly

hispidus
hispidus
adjective
rough

Hispo
Hispō
noun
a Roman surname

Hispulla
Hispulla
noun
the name of a woman

hister
hister
cross-reference

Hister
Hister
noun
the lower part of the Danube

histon
histon
noun
the place where a loom stands

historia
historia
noun
a narrative of past events

historialis
historiālis
adjective
of or belonging to history

historice
historicē
adverb
historically

historice
historicē
noun
explanation

historicus
historicus
adjective
of or belonging to history

historicus
historicus
noun
one versed in history or who makes historical researches

historiographus
historiographus
noun
a writer of history

Histria
Histria
noun
a country on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea

Histria
Histria
cross-reference
a country of Italy

Histrianus
Histriānus
noun
the people of Istria

Histrianus
Histriānus
noun
the inhabitants of Istria

histriculus
histriculus
cross-reference

histricus
histricus
adjective
of or belonging to stage-players

Histricus
Histricus
adjective
of or belonging to Istria

Histricus
Histricus
adjective
Istrian

histrio
histriō
noun
a stage-player

histrionalis
histriōnālis
adjective
of or belonging to a stage-player

histrionia
histriōnia
noun
the art of stage-playing

histrionica
histriōnica
noun
the player's art

histrionicus
histriōnicus
adjective
of or belonging to a player

histrix
histrix
noun

histrix
histrix
noun
a porcupine

Histrus
Histrus
adjective
Istrian

Histrus
Histrus
adjective
Istrian

Histrus
Histrus
noun
the inhabitants of Istria

Histrus
Histrus
noun
the people of Istria

hiulce
hiulcē
adverb
in a gaping manner

hiulco
hiulcō
verb
to cause to gape or split open

hiulcus
hiulcus
adjective
gaping

hoc
hoc
adverb

hoc
hoc
cross-reference

hoc
hoc
adverb
to this place

hoce
hoce
cross-reference

hoce
hōce
cross-reference
Thr

hoc erat
hoc erat
expression
is or was it for this that

Hoc est
Hoc est
expression
that is

hoc est
hoc est
expression
is or was it for this that

Hoc est
Hoc est
expression
is or was it for this that

hocine
hocinē
adverb

hodie
hodiē
adverb
today

hodiernus
hodiernus
adjective
of this day

hodoedocos
hodoedocos
cross-reference

hodoeporicon
hodoeporicon
noun
an itinerary

hoedillus
hoedillus
noun
a little kid

hoedinus
hoedīnus
adjective
of a kid

hoedinus
hoedinus
adjective
of a kid

hoedulus
hoedulus
noun
a little kid

hoedus
hoedus
noun

hoedus
hoedus
noun
a young goat

holce
holcē
noun
a drachma

holcus
holcus
noun
a sort of grain

holeraceus
holerāceus
adjective
resembling herbs

holerarium
holerārium
noun
a vegetable-garden

holerator
holerātor
noun
one who cultivates vegetables

holero
holerō
verb
to plant with vegetables

holitor
holitor
noun
a kitchen-gardener

holitorius
holitōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a kitchengardener or to vegetables

holocaustum
holocaustum
noun
a whole burnt - offering

holocautoma
holocautōma
noun
a whole burnt-offering

holochrysus
holochrȳsus
noun
a plant

holocyron
holocyron
noun
a plant

holographus
holographus
adjective
entirely autograph

holoporphyrus
holoporphyrus
adjective
entirely purple

holoschoenos
holoschoenos
noun
a sort of rush

holosericatus
holosēricātus
adjective

holosericus
holosēricus
adjective
all of silk

holosiderus
holosidērus
adjective
all iron

holosphyratus
holosphȳrātus
adjective
beaten

holosteon
holosteon
noun
a whitish plantain

holothurium
holothūrium
noun
a sort of water-polype

holoverus
holovērus
adjective
quite real

holus
holus
noun
Kitchen or garden herbs

holusatrum
holusatrum
noun

holusculum
holusculum
noun
a small herb or vegetable

homeltium
homeltium
cross-reference

Homeriacus
Homēriacus
adjective

Homeriacus
Homēriacus
adjective
a Homeric rhapsodist

Homericus
Homēricus
adjective

Homericus
Homēricus
adjective
of or belonging to Homer

Homerista
Homērista
adjective

Homerista
Homērista
adjective

Homerius
Homērius
adjective

Homerius
Homērius
adjective

Homerocento
Homērocentō
noun
a poem made up of verses from Homer

Homeromastix
Homēromastix
noun
the censurer of Homer

Homeronides
Homēronidēs
noun

Homeronides
Homēronidēs
noun
an imitator of Homer

Homerus
Homērus
noun
the Greek poet Homer

homicida
homicīda
noun
a man-slayer

homicidalis
homicīdālis
adjective
homicidal

homicidarius
homicīdārius
adjective
of or relating to man-slaying

homicidium
homicīdium
noun
manslaughter

homo
homō
noun
a human being

homocidalis
homocīdālis
adjective
murderous

homocidiarius
homocīdiārius
adjective
of or relating to man-slaying

homoeomeria
homoeomerīa
noun
the

homoeopropheron
homoeopropheron
noun
alliteration

homoeoptoton
homoeoptōton
noun
similar case-endings

homoeoteleuton
homoeoteleuton
noun
like ending

Homole
Homolē
noun
a high mountain in Thessaly

Homoliis
Homoliis
noun

homologus
homologus
noun
a later colonist

Homoloidis
Homolōidis
noun

Homolois
Homolōis
noun

homonymia
homōnymia
noun
homonymy

homonymus
homōnymus
adjective
of the same name

homotonus
homotonus
adjective
stretched alike or in unison

homousius
homoūsius
adjective
of like substance

homullulus
homullulus
noun
a manikin

homullus
homullus
noun
a little man

homuncio
homunciō
noun
a little man

homuncionita
homunciōnīta
noun
a Christian sect who considered Jesus as man only

homunculus
homunculus
noun
a little or weakly man

honestamentum
honestāmentum
noun
an ornament

honestas
honestās
noun
honorableness

honeste
honestē
adverb
Honorably

honestioris
honestiōris
noun
men of noble birth

honestitudo
honestitūdō
noun
honorableness

honesto
honestō
verb
to clothe or adorn with honor

honestum
honestum
noun
honesty

honestum
honestum
noun
honorable conduct

honestum
honestum
noun
beauty

honestus
honestus
adjective
full of honor

honor
honor
noun
honor

Honor
Honor
cross-reference

honorabilis
honōrābilis
adjective
that procures honor or esteem

honorabiliter
honōrābiliter
adverb
honorably

honorarium
honōrārium
noun

honorarium
honōrārium
noun
a present made on being admitted to a post of honor

honorarius
honōrārius
adjective
of or relating to honor

honorate
honōrātē
adverb
with honor

honoratio
honōrātiō
noun
a mark of respect

honoratus
honōrātus
adjective

honoratus
honōrātus
adjective
honored

Honoriades
Honōriadēs
noun
a male descendant

Honoriades
Honōriades
adjective

Honorianus
Honōriānus
adjective

Honorianus
Honōriānus
adjective
of or belonging to the emperor Honorius

Honorias
Honōrias
noun
a female descendant

Honorias
Honōrias
cross-reference

honorifice
honōrificē
adverb
honorably

honorificentia
honōrificentia
noun
a doing of honor

honorifico
honōrificō
verb
to do honor to

honorificus
honōrificus
adjective
that does honor

honoriger
honōriger
adjective
that brings honor

Honorinus
Honōrīnus
noun
the god of honor

honoripeta
honōripeta
noun
striving for honors

Honorius
Honōrius
noun
son of the emperor Theodosius I

honoro
honōrō
verb
to clothe or adorn with honor

honorus
honōrus
adjective
Worthy of honor

honos
honos
noun

Honos
Honos
cross-reference

honos
honōs
noun
honor

honus
honus
noun
a load

honus
honus
cross-reference

honustus
honustus
cross-reference

honustus
honustus
adjective
loaded

hoplites
hoplītēs
noun
a heavyarmed man

hoplomachus
hoplomachus
noun
a heavy-armed combatant

hora
hōra
noun
a horologe

Hora
Hōra
noun
the Hours

Hora
Hora
noun
the wife of Quirinus

hora
hōra
noun
An hour

Hora
Hōra
noun
the wife of Quirinus

Hora
Hora
noun
the name of Hersilia

horaeus
hōraeus
adjective
salted in season

horalis
hōrālis
adjective
of or belonging to an hour

horarium
hōrārium
noun
a dial

Horatia
Horātia
noun
the sister of the

Horatianus
Horātiānus
adjective
of or belonging to the poet Horace

Horatius
Horātius
adjective
of or belonging to a Horatius

Horatius
Horātius
adjective

Horatius
Horātius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

horconia
horconia
noun
a sort of wine in Campania

horctum
horctum
cross-reference

horda
horda
noun
a cow that is with calf

hordeaceus
hordeāceus
adjective
of or relating to barley

hordearius
hordeārius
adjective
of or relat. ing to barley

hordeius
hordēius
adjective
of or relating to barley

hordeolus
hordeolus
noun
a sty in the eye

hordeum
hordeum
noun
barley

hordiarius
hordiārius
cross-reference

hordiarius
hordiarius
adjective
of or relat. ing to barley

hordicalia
hordicālia
cross-reference

hordicidia
hordicidia
cross-reference

hordicidium
hordicīdium
noun
the sacrifice of a cow that is with calf

hordus
hordus
cross-reference

hordus
hordus
adjective
with young

Horestus
Horestus
noun
a tribe in North Britain

horia
horia
noun
a small vessel

horiola
horiola
noun
a skiff

horiorr
horior
verb
to urge

horistice
horisticē
noun
the defining or theoretical part of grammar

horitor
horitor
verb
to urge

horitor
horitor
verb

horizon
horīzōn
noun
The horizon

hormenos
hormenos
noun
wild asparagus

horminalis
hormīnālis
noun
a plant

horminum
hormīnum
noun
the herb clary

hormiscion
hormiscion
noun
a precious stone

horno
hornō
adverb
this year

hornotinus
hornōtinus
adjective
of this year

hornus
hornus
adjective
of this year

horologiaris
hōrologiāris
adjective
of or belonging to a horologe or clock

horologicus
hōrologicus
adjective
of or belonging to a clock

horologium
hōrologium
noun
a clock

horoscopica
hōroscopica
noun
the casting of nativities

horoscopicus
hōroscopicus
adjective
indicating the hour

horoscopium
hōroscopium
noun
an instrument used in the casting of nativities

horoscopium
hōroscopīum
noun
an instrument used in the casting of nativities

horoscopo
hōroscopō
verb
to take the time of one's nativity

horoscopus
horoscopus
noun
a nativity

horoscopus
hōroscopus
adjective
that shows the hour

horrearius
horreārius
noun
the superintendent of a storehouse or magazine

horreaticus
horreāticus
adjective
of or belonging to a storehouse

horrende
horrendē
adverb
dreadfully

horrendus
horrendus
adjective
Dreadful

horrens
horrens
adjective
bristly

horrentia
horrentia
noun
a shuddering

horreo
horreō
verb
to stand on end

horreolum
horreolum
noun
a small barn or granary

horresco
horrescō
verb
to rise on end

Horreum
Horreum
noun
a city of Molossis in Epirus

horreum
horreum
noun
a storehouse

horribilis
horribilis
adjective
terrible

horribiliter
horribiliter
adverb
amazingly

horricomis
horricomis
adjective
with hair on end

horride
horridē
adverb
roughly

horridulus
horridulus
adjective
standing up

horridus
horridus
adjective
standing on end

horrifer
horrifer
adjective
that brings trembling or terror

horrificabilis
horrificābilis
adjective
causing terror

horrifice
horrificē
adverb
in a manner to cause dread

horrifico
horrificō
verb
to make rough or terrible

horrificus
horrificus
adjective
that causes tremor or terror

horripilatio
horripilātiō
noun
a bristling of the hair

horripilo
horripilō
verb
to bristle with hairs

horrisonus
horrisonus
adjective
sounding dreadfully

horror
horror
noun
a standing on end

horsum
horsum
adverb
hitherwards

Hortalus
Hortalus
noun
surname of the orator

hortamen
hortāmen
noun
an incitement

hortamentum
hortāmentum
noun
an incitement

Hortanum
Hortānum
noun
a city of Etruria

hortatio
hortātiō
noun
an encouragement

hortativus
hortātīvus
adjective
that serves for encouragement or exhortation

hortator
hortātor
noun
an inciter

Hortator
Hortātor
noun
a Roman surname

hortatorius
hortātōrius
adjective
encouraging

hortatrix
hortātrix
noun
she that incites

hortatus
hortātus
noun
incitement

Hortensia
Hortensia
noun
his daughter

Hortensianus
Hortensiānus
adjective

Hortensianus
Hortensiānus
adjective
Hortensian

hortensis
hortensis
adjective
of or belonging to a garden

hortensium
hortensium
noun
garden-herbs

hortensius
hortensius
adjective
of or belonging to a garden

Hortensius
Hortensius
adjective
of or belonging to a Hortensius

Hortensius
Hortensius
noun
the name of a Roman

Hortesius
Hortēsius
cross-reference

Hortinus
Hortīnus
adjective
of Hortanum

Hortinus
Hortīnus
adjective

horto
hortō
verb

hortor
hortor
verb

hortor
hortor
verb
to urge one strongly

Hortospanum
Hortospanum
noun
an ancient city of Bactriana

hortualis
hortuālis
adjective
of or belonging to a garden

hortulanus
hortulānus
adjective
of or belonging to a garden

hortulanus
hortulanus
noun
a gardener

hortulus
hortulus
noun
a little garden

hortus
hortus
noun
a garden

Horus
Hōrus
noun
name of the sun among the Egyptians

hospes
hospes
noun
He who entertains a stranger

hospita
hospita
noun
He who entertains a stranger

hospita
hospita
noun

hospitaculum
hospitāculum
noun
a lodging-house

hospitale
hospitāle
noun
Apartments for guests

hospitalis
hospitālis
adjective
of or relating to a guest or host

hospitalis
hospitālis
noun
a guest

hospitalitas
hospitālitās
noun
Hospitality

hospitaliter
hospitāliter
adverb
hospitably

hospitator
hospitātor
noun
a lodger

hospiticida
hospiticīda
cross-reference

hospitiolum
hospitiolum
noun
a little inn

hospitium
hospitium
noun
Hospitality

hospitivus
hospitīvus
adjective
of or belonging to a host

hospitor
hospitor
verb
to be a guest

hospitus
hospitus
adjective

hostia
hostia
noun
an animal sacrificed

hostiatus
hostiātus
adjective
provided with victims

hosticapas
hosticapas
cross-reference

hosticum
hosticum
noun
the enemy's territory

hosticus
hosticus
adjective
Of or belonging to an enemy

hostifer
hostifer
adjective
hostile

hostifice
hostificē
adverb
in a hostile manner

hostificus
hostificus
adjective
that deals in a hostile manner

hostile
hostīle
noun
hostile country

Hostilina
Hostilīna
noun
a goddess that promotes the growth of corn in equal ears

hostilis
hostīlis
adjective
Of or belonging to an enemy

hostilitas
hostīlitās
noun
enmity

hostiliter
hostīliter
adverb
like an enemy

Hostilius
Hostīlius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

Hostilius
Hostīlius
adjective
of or belonging to a Hostilius

hostimentum
hostīmentum
noun
a recompense

hostio
hostiō
verb
to strike

hostio
hostiō
verb
to make even

hostis
hostis
noun
a stranger

Hostius
Hostius
adjective
name of a Roman gens

hostorium
hostōrium
noun
an instrument used in levelling a measure of corn

Hostus
Hostus
noun
a Roman praenomen

hostus
hostus
noun
the yield of an olive-tree

huc
huc
adverb
to this place

hucine
hucinē
adverb

hucusque
hucusquē
adverb

hui
huī
interjection
hah! ho! oh!

hujuscemodi
hūjuscemodī
cross-reference

hujusmodi
hūjusmodī
cross-reference

hulcus
hulcus
cross-reference

hulcus
hulcus
noun
a sore

humanatus
hūmānātus
adjective

humane
hūmānē
adverb
Humanly

humanitas
hūmānitās
noun
human nature

humaniter
hūmāniter
adverb

humaniter
hūmāniter
adverb
Humanly

humanitus
hūmānitus
adverb
humanly

humano
hūmānō
verb
to make human

humanum
hūmānum
noun
that which is human

humanum
hūmānum
noun
human affairs

humanus
hūmānus
noun
men

humanus
hūmānus
adjective
of or belonging to man

humatio
humātiō
noun
a burying

humator
humātor
noun
he who buries or inters

humectatio
hūmectātiō
noun
a moistening

humecto
hūmectō
verb
to moisten

humectus
hūmectus
adjective
of a moist nature

humefacio
hūmefaciō
verb
to make moist

humeo
hūmeō
verb
to be moist

humeo
hūmeō
cross-reference

humerale
humerālē
adverb

humerale
humerāle
noun
a covering for the shoulders

humerus
humerus
adverb

humerus
humerus
noun
the upper bone of the arm

humesco
hūmesco
verb
to grow moist or wet

humesco
hūmescō
cross-reference

humi
humī
adverb
on the ground or to the ground

humidus
hūmidus
adjective
moist

humidus
hūmidus
cross-reference

humifer
hūmifer
cross-reference

humifer
hūmifer
adjective
containing moisture

humifico
hūmificō
verb
to make moist

humificus
hūmificus
adjective
that renders moist

humile
humile
noun
that which is humble or base

humiliatio
humiliātiō
noun
an humbling

humilifico
humilificō
verb
to make humble

humilio
humiliō
verb
to abase

humilis
humilis
adjective
low

humilitas
humilitās
noun
lowness

humiliter
humiliter
adverb
low

humilito
humilitō
verb
to humiliate

humo
humō
verb
to cover with earth

humor
hūmor
noun
a liquid

humor
hūmor
noun

humorosus
hūmōrōsus
cross-reference

humus
humus
noun
the earth

Hunniscus
Hunniscus
adjective

Hunnus
Hunnus
noun
the Huns

hyacinthaeus
hyacinthaeus
adjective
of or belonging to the hyacinth

Hyacinthia
Hyacinthia
cross-reference

hyacinthinus
hyacinthinus
adjective
of or belonging to the hyacinth

Hyacinthium
Hyacinthium
noun
the festival in honor of Hyacinthus

hyacinthizontis
hyacinthīzontis
noun
hyacinth-colored

hyacinthos
hyacinthos
noun
the hyacinth

Hyacinthos
Hyacinthos
noun
a beautiful Spartan youth

Hyacinthus
Hyacinthus
noun
a beautiful Spartan youth

hyacinthus
hyacinthus
noun
the hyacinth

Hyadis
Hyadis
noun
the Hyades

hyaena
hyaena
noun
a hyena

hyaenius
hyaenius
adjective
of or named from the hyena

Hyale
Hyalē
noun
a nymph

hyalinus
hyalinus
adjective
Of glass

hyaloides
hyaloīdes
noun
grassgreen

hyalus
hyalus
noun
glass

Hyampolis
Hyampolis
noun
a town of Phocis

Hyanteus
Hyantēus
adjective
of or belonging to the Hyantes

Hyantis
Hyantis
noun
the Hyantes

Hyantius
Hyantius
adjective

Hyarotis
Hyarōtis
noun
a river in India

Hyas
Hyas
noun
the Hyad

Hyas
Hyas
adjective
a son of Atlas

Hyas
Hyas
noun

Hybla
Hybla
noun
a mountain of Sicily abounding in flowers and bees

Hyblaeus
Hyblaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Mount Hybla

Hyble
Hyblē
noun
a mountain of Sicily abounding in flowers and bees

Hyblensis
Hyblensis
noun
the inhabitants of the city of Hybla

hybrida
hybrida
noun
a mongrel

hybrida
hybrida
noun

Hydaspes
Hydaspēs
noun
A river of India

Hydaspeus
Hydaspēus
adjective
of or belonging to the Hydaspes

hydatis
hydatis
noun
a watercolored gem

hyderos
hyderos
noun
the dropsy

Hydra
Hȳdra
noun
the water-serpent killed by Hercules near the Lernean Lake

Hydraeus
Hȳdraeus
adjective
of or belonging to the Hydra

hydragegos
hydragegos
noun
a plant

hydragogia
hydragōgia
noun
an aqueduct

hydragogus
hydragōgus
adjective
that carries off water

hydragonus
hydragonus
noun
a water - plant

hydraletes
hydraletēs
noun
a water-mill

Hydraotes
Hydraōtes
noun

hydrargyrus
hydrargyrus
noun
quicksilver artificially prepared

hydraula
hydraula
noun
one who plays on the waterorgan

hydraules
hydraulēs
noun
one who plays on the waterorgan

hydraulicus
hydraulicus
adjective
of or belonging to the water-organ

hydraulus
hydraulus
noun
a water-organ

Hydrela
Hydrēla
noun
a city of Caria

Hydrelatanus
Hydrēlātānus
adjective
of Hydrela

Hydrelita
Hydrēlīta
noun
the inhabitants of Hydrela

hydreum
hydrēum
noun

hydreuma
hydreuma
noun
a resting-place for caravans

hydreus
hydreus
adjective
of or belonging to the water - serpent

hydria
hydria
noun
a jug

Hydria
Hydria
noun
a comedy of Menander

hydrinus
hydrīnus
adjective
of or from a water-snake

hydrius
hydrius
adjective
of or be longing to water

hydrocele
hydrocēlē
noun
a watery rupture

hydrocelicus
hydrocēlicus
noun
afflicted with a hydrocele

Hydrochous
Hydrochous
noun
the constellation

hydrogaratus
hydrogarātus
adjective
seasoned with hydrogarum

hydrogarum
hydrogarum
noun
garum mixed with water

hydrogeron
hydrogerōn
noun
a plant

hydrolapathum
hydrolapathum
noun
water-dock

hydromantia
hydromantīa
noun
divination by water

hydromel
hydromel
noun
a beverage made of honey and water

hydromeli
hydromelī
noun
a beverage made of honey and water

hydrophobia
hydrophobia
noun
dread of water

hydrophobicus
hydrophobicus
adjective
of or belonging to hydrophobia

hydrophobus
hydrophobus
adjective
affected with hydrophobia

hydrophobus
hydrophobus
noun
a man affected with hydrophobia

hydrophylax
hydrophylax
noun
one who has the care of the water

hydropicus
hydropicus
noun
dropsical persons

hydropicus
hydrōpicus
adjective
dropsical

hydropis
hydrōpis
noun
the several kinds of dropsy

hydropisis
hydrōpisis
noun
the dropsy

hydropismus
hydrōpismus
noun
the dropsy

hydrops
hydrops
noun
the dropsy

hydros
hydros
noun
a water-serpent

hydroselinum
hydroselīnum
noun
marsh selinum

Hydruntum
Hydruntum
cross-reference

Hydruntum
Hydruntum
noun

hydrus
hydrus
noun
a water-serpent

Hydrus
Hydrūs
noun
a city of Calabria

hyemalis
hyemālis
cross-reference

hyems
hyems
cross-reference

Hyes
Hyēs
noun
one of the first three Dioscuri

Hyettus
Hyettus
noun
a city of Baeotia

Hygea
Hygēa
noun
daughter of Aesculapius

Hygia
Hygīa
noun
daughter of Aesculapius

Hyginus
Hygīnus
noun
surname of two Roman authors

hygra
hygra
noun
a kind of eye-salve

hygremplastrum
hygremplastrum
noun
a wet plaster

hygrophobia
hygrophobia
noun
a dread of liquids

Hylactor
Hylactor
noun
name of a hound of Actaeon

Hylaeus
Hȳlaeus
noun
A centaur who offered violence to Atalanta

Hylaeus
Hylaeus
adjective
of Hylaeus

Hylas
Hylās
noun
a beautiful youth of Oechalia

Hylax
Hylax
noun
Barker

hyle
hȳlē
noun
stuff

Hyles
Hȳlēs
noun
a centaur

Hyleus
Hyleus
noun
one who took part in the Calydonian hunt

Hyllus
Hyllus
noun
a son of Hercules by Dejanira

Hylonome
Hȳlonomē
noun
the beautiful wife of the centaur Cyllarus

Hylus
Hȳlus
noun
a son of Hercules by Dejanira

Hymen
Hȳmen
noun
the god of marriage

Hymen
Hymen
noun
the god of marriage

Hymenaeos
Hymenaeos
adjective

Hymenaeus
Hymenaeus
adjective

Hymenaeus
Hymenaeus
noun
the god of marriage

Hymenaicus
Hymenāicus
adjective
hymeneal

Hymeneius
Hymenēius
adjective
of or belonging to Hymen

Hymeneius
Hymeneius
adjective

Hymettius
Hymettius
adjective
of or from Hymettus

Hymettos
Hymettos
noun
a mountain near Athens

Hymettus
Hymettus
noun
a mountain near Athens

hymnidicus
hymnidicus
adjective
singing hymns

hymnio
hymniō
verb
to sing hymns

Hymnis
Hymnis
noun
a comedy of Caecilius Statius

hymnisonus
hymnisonus
adjective
singing hymns

hymnizo
hymnīzō
verb
to sing hymns

hymnodicus
hymnōdicus
adjective
singing hymns

hymnologus
hymnologus
noun
a singer of hymns or praises

hymnus
hymnus
noun
a song of praise

Hymos
Hȳmos
noun
the god of marriage

Hymos
Hymos
noun
the god of marriage

hyophthalmos
hyophthalmos
noun
a plant

hyoscyaminus
hyoscyaminus
adjective
made of henbane

hyoscyamus
hyoscyamus
noun
the herb henbane

hyosiris
hyosiris
noun
a plant resembling endive

Hypaepenus
Hypaepēnus
noun
its inhabitants

Hypaepum
Hypaepum
noun
a small town in Lydia

hypaethros
hypaethros
adjective
that is in the open air

hypaethros
hypaethros
noun
a temple open or without roof

hypaethrum
hypaethrum
noun
an open building

hypaethrum
hypaethrum
noun
uncovered

hypaethrus
hypaethrus
adjective
that is in the open air

hypallage
hypallagē
noun
a rhetorical figure

Hypanis
Hypanis
noun
A river of European Sarmatia

Hypasis
Hypasis
noun
a river in India

Hypasius
Hypasius
cross-reference

Hypata
Hypata
noun
a small town of Thessaly

Hypataeus
Hypataeus
noun
its inhabitants

hypate
hypatē
noun
the lowest

hypatius
hypatius
cross-reference

hypatoides
hypatoīdes
noun
a kind of musical modulation

hypecoon
hypēcoon
noun
a plant

hypelate
hypelatē
noun
a plant

hypenemius
hypēnemius
adjective
containing wind

hyperbaton
hyperbaton
noun
transposition of words

hyperbolaeus
hyperbolaeus
adjective
extreme

hyperbole
hyperbolē
noun
exaggeration

hyperbolice
hyperbolicē
adverb
hyperbolically

hyperbolicus
hyperbolicus
adjective
excessive

Hyperbolus
Hyperbolus
noun
an Athenian orator

Hyperboreanus
Hyperboreānus
adjective

Hyperboreus
Hyperboreus
noun
a fabulous people living at the extreme north

Hyperboreus
Hyperboreus
adjective
of or belonging to the Hyperboreans

hypercatalecticus
hypercatalecticus
adverb
a verse that has at the end a syllable or a foot too much

hypercatalectus
hypercatalectus
adverb
a verse that has at the end a syllable or a foot too much

Hyperia
Hyperīa
noun
a fountain at Pherae

hypericon
hyperīcon
noun
a plant

hypericum
hyperīcum
noun
a plant

Hyperides
Hyperīdēs
noun
a celebrated orator in Athens

Hyperiea
Hyperīēa
noun
a fountain at Pherae

Hyperion
Hyperīōn
noun
Son of a Titan and the Earth

Hyperionis
Hyperīonis
noun
a female descendant of the Sun

Hyperionius
Hyperīonius
adjective
of or belonging to Hyperion

Hyperionius
Hyperīonius
adjective
of or belonging to the Sun

Hypermestra
Hypermestra
noun
the youngest of the daughters of Danaus

Hypermnestra
Hypermnestra
noun
the youngest of the daughters of Danaus

Hypermnestre
Hypermnestrē
noun
the youngest of the daughters of Danaus

hyperocha
hyperocha
noun
excess

hyperthyrum
hyperthyrum
noun
the lintel of a door-way

Hyphasis
Hyphasis
cross-reference

Hyphasis
Hyphasis
noun
a river in India

hyphear
hyphear
noun
the mistletoe

hyphen
hyphen
noun
a rhetorical figure

hypnale
hypnalē
noun
a kind of adder

hypnotice
hypnōticē
noun
a soporific plant

hypnoticus
hypnōticus
adjective
putting to sleep

hypobasis
hypobasis
adjective
putting to sleep

Hypobolimaeus
Hypobolimaeus
noun
The Counterfeit

hypobrychium
hypobrychium
noun
a drowning whirlpool

hypocausis
hypocausis
noun
a furnace that heats from below

hypocauston
hypocauston
noun
a bathing-room heated from below

hypocaustum
hypocaustum
noun
a bathing-room heated from below

hypochoeris
hypochoeris
noun
a plant

hypochondrium
hypochondrium
noun
the soft part of the body from the ribs to the groin

hypochyma
hypochyma
noun
a cataract in the eye

hypochysis
hypochysis
noun
a cataract in the eye

hypocisthis
hypocisthis
noun
a parasitic plant that grows on the cisthus

hypocoriasis
hypocoriasis
noun
a disease under the pupil of the eye in cattle

hypocorisma
hypocorisma
noun
a diminutive

hypocrisis
hypocrisis
noun
an imitation of a person's speech and gestures

hypocrita
hypocrita
noun
A mime who accompanied the delivery of an actor by gestures

hypocrites
hypocritēs
noun
A mime who accompanied the delivery of an actor by gestures

hypodiaconus
hypodiāconus
noun
a sub-deacon

hypodidascalus
hypodidascalus
noun
an under-teacher

hypogaeum
hypogaeum
noun

hypogaeum
hypogaeum
noun
a vault or cellar under ground

hypogeson
hypogēson
noun
a kind of houseleek that grows in the gutters of roofs

hypogeum
hypogēum
noun
a vault or cellar under ground

hypogeus
hypogēus
adjective
underground

hypoglossa
hypoglossa
noun
a kind of butcher's broom or ruscus

hypoglottion
hypoglottion
noun
a plant

hypographum
hypographum
noun
a rough draught

hypolysos
hypolysos
noun
a plant

hypomelis
hypomēlis
noun
a kind of sourish fruit

hypomnema
hypomnēma
noun
a written remark

hypomnematographus
hypomnēmatographus
noun
a registrar

hypomochlion
hypomochlion
noun
the support of a lever

hypomone
hypomonē
noun
a holding back of the principal thought for a surprise

hypophora
hypophora
noun
an objection

hypopodium
hypopodium
noun
a footstool

hypostasis
hypostasis
noun
a substance

hypotaurium
hypotaurium
noun
the part of the body between the scrotum and fundament

hypotenusa
hypotēnūsa
noun
the hypothenuse

hypotenusalis
hypotēnūsālis
adjective
of or belonging to the hypothenuse

hypotheca
hypothēca
noun
a pledge

hypothecarius
hypothēcārius
adjective
of or relating to a mortgage

hypotheticus
hypotheticus
noun
a mathematician who proceeds hypothetically

hypotrachelium
hypotrachēlium
noun
the neck of a column below the capital

hypotrimma
hypotrimma
noun
a sauce made of all sorts of condiments

Hypsa
Hypsa
noun
a river in Sicily

Hypsaeus
Hypsaeus
noun
a surname of P. Plautius

Hypseus
Hypseus
noun
one who was present at the nuptials of Perseus

Hypsicrates
Hypsicratēs
noun
a grammarian

Hypsipyle
Hypsipylē
noun
daughter of Thoas

Hypsipyleus
Hypsipylēus
adjective

hypsoma
hypsōma
noun
height

Hyrcania
Hyrcānia
noun
the country of the Hyrcanians

Hyrcanius
Hyrcānius
adjective

Hyrcanus
Hyrcānus
noun
the Hyrcanians on the Caspian Sea

Hyrcanus
Hyrcānus
adjective
of or belonging to the Hyrcanians

Hyrgaletici campi
Hyrgalētici campī
expression
the Hyrgaletic plains

Hyrie
Hyriē
noun
a lake

Hyrieus
Hyriēus
adjective

Hyrieus
Hyrieus
noun
a poor Baeotian

Hyrtacides
Hyrtacides
noun
Nisus

Hyrtacus
Hyrtacus
noun
father of Nisus

hysginum
hysginum
noun
the darkred color obtained from the plant

hysopites
hȳsōpītēs
noun
hyssop-wine

hysopum
hȳsōpum
noun
hyssop

hyssopites
hyssōpītēs
noun
hyssop-wine

hyssopum
hyssōpum
noun
hyssop

hyssopus
hyssōpus
noun

Hystaspes
Hystaspes
noun
father of the Persian king Darius I

hystericus
hystericus
adjective
hysterical

hysterologia
hysterologia
noun
the hysteron proteron

hystricosus
hystricōsus
adjective
prickly

hystriculus
hystriculus
adjective
prickly

hystrix
hystrix
noun
a porcupine

 
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