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i
i
cross-reference
i. The vowel whose short and long sounds are heard in the English word deceit

Iacchus
Iacchus
noun
Bacchus

iacens
iacēns
adjective
prostrate

iaceo
iaceō
verb
to lie

iacio
iaciō
verb
to throw

iactans
iactāns
adjective
boastful

iactanter
iactanter
adverb
ostentatiously

iactantia
īactantia
noun
a boasting

iactatio
iactātiō
noun
a tossing

iactatus
iactātus
noun
a throwing to and fro

iactito
iactitō
verb
to make a show of

iacto
iactō
verb
to throw

iactura
iactūra
noun
a throwing

iactus
iactus
participle
p. of iacio

iactus
iactus
noun
a throwing

iaculabilis
iaculābilis
adjective
to be hurled

iaculator
iaculātor
noun
a thrower

iaculatrix
iaculātrīx
noun
a javelin thrower

iaculor
iaculor
verb
to throw

iaculum
iaculum
noun
a dart

iam
iam
adverb
at the moment

iambeus
iambēus
adjective
iambic

iambus
iambus
noun
an iambic foot

iamdudum
iamdūdum
adverb
at the moment

iam dudum
iam dūdum
cross-reference

iamiam
iamiam
adverb
at the moment

iam iam
iam iam
cross-reference

iamiamque
iamiamque
adverb
at the moment

iam iamque
iam iamque
cross-reference

iam pridem
iam pridem
cross-reference

iandudum
iandūdum
cross-reference

iandudum
iandūdum
adverb
at the moment

Ianiculum
Iāniculum
noun
one of the hills of Rome

ianitor
īānitor
noun
a door-keeper

ianua
iānua
noun
a door

Ianuarius
Iānuārius
adjective
of Janus

Ianus
Iānus
noun
an old Italian deity

Iapys
Iāpys
adjective
of the Iapydes (in Illyria)

Iapyx
Iāpyx
adjective
of Iapyx

iaspis
iaspis
noun
a green precious stone

ibam
ībam
cross-reference
imperf. of eo

ibi
ibī
adverb
[space] in that place

ibi
ibi
adverb
[space] in that place

ibidem
ibīdem
adverb
[in space] in the same place

ibis
ībis
noun
the ibis (a water-bird of Egypt)

ibiscum
ibiscum
noun
the marsh-mallow

ibo
ībō
cross-reference
fut. of eo

ibrida
ibrida
noun
a mongrel

iccirco
iccircō
adverb
on that account

ichneumon
ichneumōn
noun
an Egyptian rat

ico
īcō
verb
to strike

ictericus
ictericus
adjective
jaundiced

ictus
īctus
noun
a blow

ictus
īctus
participle
p. of ico

id.
īd.
cross-reference

Id.
Īd.
cross-reference

idcirco
idcircō
adverb
on that account

idem
īdem
pronoun
the same

identidem
identidem
adverb
again and again

ideo
ideō
adverb
for that reason

idiota
idiōta
noun
an uneducated man

idonee
idōneē
adverb
fitly

idoneus
idōneus
adjective
fit

Idus
Īdus
noun
the ides

iecur
iecur
noun
the liver

iecusculum
iecusculum
noun
a little liver

ieiune
iēiūnē
adverb
meagrely

ieiunitas
iēiūnitās
noun
[properly] a fasting

ieiunium
iēiūnium
noun
a fasting

ieiunus
iēiūnus
adjective
fasting

igitur
igitur
conjunction
then

ignarus
īgnārus
adjective
ignorant

ignave
īgnāvē
adverb
sluggishly

ignavia
īgnāvia
noun
inactivity

ignavus
īgnāvus
adjective
inactive

ignesco
īgnēscō
verb
to take fire

igneus
īgneus
adjective
[fire]

igniculus
īgniculus
noun
a little flame

ignifer
īgnifer
adjective
firebearing

ignigena
īgnigena
noun
the fire-born

ignipes
īgnipēs
adjective
fiery-footed

ignipotens
īgnipotēns
adjective
potent in fire

ignis
īgnis
noun
fire

ignis
īgnīs
noun
fire

ignobilis
īgnōbilis
adjective
unknown

ignobilitas
īgnōbilitās
noun
want of fame

ignominia
īgnōminia
noun
disgrace

ignominiosus
īgnōminiōsus
adjective
disgraceful

ignorabilis
īgnōrābilis
adjective
unknown

ignorans
īgnōrāns
adjective
not knowing

ignorantia
īgnōrantia
noun
want of knowledge

ignoratio
īgnōrātiō
noun
want of knowledge

ignoratus
īgnōrātus
adjective
undetected

ignoro
īgnōrō
verb
not to know

ignoscens
īgnōscēns
adjective
forgiving

ignosco
īgnōscō
verb
to pardon

ignotus
īgnōtus
adjective
unknown

ignotus
īgnōtus
participle
p. of ignosco

IIIvir
IIIvir
noun
one of three associates in office

iiivir
iiivir
noun
one of three associates in office

ile
īle
noun
see ilium

ilex
īlex
noun
an oak

Iliacus
Īliacus
adjective
of Ilium

ilicet
īlicet
adverb
let us go

ilico
īlicō
adverb
in that very place

ilignus
īlīgnus
adjective
of holm-oak

Ilion
Īlion
noun
Ilium

ilium
īlium
noun
the abdomen below the ribs

Ilium
Īlium
noun
Ilium

illa
illā
adverb
in that way

illa
illa
cross-reference

illabefactus
illabefactus
adjective
unbroken

illabor
illābor
verb
to flow in

illaboro
illabōrō
verb
to work upon

illac
illāc
adverb
that way

illacessitus
illacessītus
adjective
unprovoked

illacrimabilis
illacrimābilis
adjective
unwept

illacrimo
illacrimō
verb
dep.

illaesus
illaesus
adjective
unhurt

illaetabilis
illaetābilis
adjective
cheerless

illaqueo
illaqueō
verb
to ensnare

illaudatus
illaudātus
adjective
unpraised

ille
ille
pronoun
that

illecebra
illecebra
noun
an enticement

illepide
illepidē
adverb
impolitely

illepidus
illepidus
adjective
unmannerly

illi
illī
adverb
there

illibatus
illībātus
adjective
undiminished

illiberalis
illīberālis
adjective
ignoble

illiberalitas
illīberālitās
noun
meanness

illiberaliter
illīberāliter
adverb
ignobly

illic
illīc
adverb
in that place

illic
illic
cross-reference
he

illicine
illicine
cross-reference

illicio
illiciō
verb
to allure

illicitator
illicitātor
noun
a shambidder

illicitus
illicitus
adjective
not allowed

illido
illīdō
verb
to dash against

illigo
illigō
verb
to bind on

illim
illim
adverb
from that place

illimis
illīmis
adjective
without mud

illinc
illinc
adverb
from that place

illino
illinō
verb
to smear over

illiquefactus
illiquefactus
adjective
melted

illisus
illīsus
participle
p. of inlido

illitteratus
illitterātus
adjective
unlettered

illitus
illitus
participle
p. of inlino

illo
illō
adverb
to that place

illoc
illōc
adverb
thither

illotus
illōtus
adjective
unwashed

illotus
illōtus
cross-reference

illu
illū
cross-reference

illuc
illūc
adverb
to that place

illucesco
illūcēscō
verb
to grow light

illudo
illūdō
verb
to play at

illuminate
illūminātē
adverb
clearly

illumino
illūminō
verb
to light up

illusio
illūsiō
noun
a mocking

illustre
illūstrē
adverb
clearly

illustris
illūstris
adjective
lighted

illustro
illūstrō
verb
to light up

illusus
illūsus
participle
p. of inludo

illuvies
illuviēs
noun
an overflow

Ilolota
Ilōlōta
noun
the bondsmen of the Spartans

imaginarius
imāginārius
adjective
seeming

imaginatio
imāginātiō
noun
a fancy

imaginor
imāginor
verb
to picture to oneself

imaginosus
imāginōsus
adjective
full of fancies (of a girl)

imago
imāgō
noun
an imitation

imbecille
imbēcillē
adverb
weakly

imbecillitas
imbēcillitās
noun
helplessness

imbecillius
imbēcillius
cross-reference

imbecillus
imbēcillus
adjective
weak

imbellis
imbellis
adjective
unwarlike

imber
imber
noun
a rain

imberbis
imberbis
adjective
without a beard

imberbus
imberbus
adjective
without a beard

imbibo
imbibō
verb
to drink in

imbrex
imbrex
noun
a hollow tile

imbrifer
imbrifer
adjective
rain-bringing

imbuo
imbuō
verb
to wet

imitabilis
imitābilis
adjective
that may be imitated

imitamen
imitāmen
noun
an imitation

imitamentum
imitāmentum
noun
an imitation

imitatio
imitātiō
noun
a copying

imitator
imitātor
noun
an imitator

imitatrix
imitātrīx
noun
she that imitates

imitatus
imitātus
adjective
fictitious

imitor
imitor
verb
to imitate

immadesco
immadēscō
verb
to become wet

immane
immāne
adverb
frightfully

immanis
immānis
adjective
monstrous

immanitas
immānitās
noun
monstrous size

immansuetus
immānsuētus
adjective
untamed

immaturitas
immātūritās
noun
untimely haste

immaturus
immātūrus
adjective
untimely

immedicabilis
immedicābilis
adjective
incurable

immemor
immemor
adjective
unmindful

immemoratus
immemorātus
adjective
unmentioned

immensitas
immēnsitās
noun
immeasurableness

immensum
immēnsum
noun
a boundless extent

immensum
immēnsum
adverb
without end

immensus
immēnsus
adjective
immeasurable

immerens
immerēns
adjective
undeserving

immergo
immergō
verb
to dip

immerito
immeritō
adverb
undeservedly

immeritus
immeritus
adjective
undeserving

immersabilis
immersābilis
adjective
not to be sunk

immersus
immersus
participle
p. of immergo

immetatus
immētātus
adjective
measureless

immigro
immigrō
verb
to remove

immineo
immineō
verb
to project over

imminuo
imminuō
verb
to lessen

imminutio
imminūtiō
noun
a lessening

imminutus
imminūtus
adjective
weak

immisceo
immisceō
verb
to mix in

immiserabilis
immiserābilis
adjective
unpitied

immisericorditer
immisericorditer
adverb
unmercifully

immisericors
immisericors
adjective
pitiless

immissio
immissiō
noun
a letting grow

immissus
immissus
participle
p. of immitto

immitis
immītis
adjective
not mellow

immitto
immittō
verb
to send in

immixtus
immīxtus
participle
p. of immisceo

immo
immō
adverb
[In contradiction or denial] no indeed

immobilis
immōbilis
adjective
immovable

immoderate
immoderātē
adverb
without measure

immoderatio
immoderātiō
noun
want of moderation

immoderatus
immoderātus
adjective
boundless

immodeste
immodestē
adverb
immoderately

immodestia
immodestia
noun
intemperate conduct

immodestus
immodestus
adjective
unrestrained

immodice
immodicē
adverb
beyond measure

immodicus
immodicus
adjective
beyond bounds

immodulatus
immodulātus
adjective
unrhythmical

immolatio
immolātiō
noun
a sacrificing

immolator
immolātor
noun
a sacrificer

immolitus
immōlītus
cross-reference
p.

immolo
immolō
verb
to sprinkle with sacrificial meal

immordeo
immordeō
verb
to bite into

immorior
immorior
verb
to die in

immorsus
immorsus
participle
p. of immordeo

immortalis
immortālis
adjective
undying

immortalitas
immortālitās
noun
exemption from death

immortaliter
immortāliter
adverb
infinitely

immotus
immōtus
adjective
unmoved

immugio
immūgiō
verb
to bellow in

immulgeo
immulgeō
verb
to milk into

immundus
immundus
adjective
unclean

immunio
immūniō
verb
to fortify

immunis
immūnis
adjective
not bound

immunitas
immūnitās
noun
exemption from burdens

immunitus
immūnītus
adjective
unfortified

immurmuro
immurmurō
verb
to murmur at

immutabilis
immūtābilis
adjective
unchangeable

immutabilitas
immūtābilitās
noun
unchangeableness

immutatio
immūtātiō
noun
an interchange

immutatus
immūtātus
participle
p. of immuto

immutatus
immūtātus
adjective
unchanged

immuto
immūtō
verb
to change

imo
īmō
cross-reference

impacatus
impācātus
adjective
not peaceable

impactus
impāctus
participle
p. of impingo

impar
impār
adjective
uneven

imparatus
imparātus
adjective
not ready

impariter
impariter
adverb
unequally

impastus
impāstus
adjective
unfed

impatibilis
impatibilis
adjective
insufferable

impatiens
impatiēns
adjective
that cannot bear

impatienter
impatienter
adverb
with impatience

impatientia
impatientia
noun
impatience

impavide
impavidē
adverb
fearlessly

impavidus
impavidus
adjective
fearless

impedimentum
impedīmentum
noun
a hinderance

impedio
impediō
verb
to entangle

impeditio
impedītiō
noun
a hinderance

impeditus
impedītus
adjective
hindered

impello
impellō
verb
to strike against

impendeo
impendeō
verb
to hang over

impendio
impendiō
adverb
by a great deal

impendium
impendium
noun
money laid out

impendo
impendō
verb
to weigh out

impenetrabilis
impenetrābilis
adjective
not to be pierced

impensa
impēnsa
noun
[sc. pecunia] disbursement

impense
impēnsē
adverb
exceedingly

impensus
impēnsus
adjective
ample

imperans
imperāns
noun
a master

imperator
imperātor
noun
a commander-in-chief

imperatorius
imperātōrius
adjective
of a general

imperatrix
imperātrīx
noun
she who commands

imperatum
imperātum
noun
a command

imperceptus
imperceptus
adjective
unperceived

impercussus
impercussus
adjective
not struck

imperditus
imperditus
adjective
not destroyed

imperfectus
imperfectus
adjective
unfinished

imperfossus
imperfossus
adjective
unpierced

imperiosus
imperiōsus
adjective
possessed of command

imperite
imperītē
adverb
unskilfully

imperitia
imperītia
noun
inexperience

imperito
imperitō
verb
to command

imperitus
imperītus
adjective
inexperienced

imperium
imperium
noun
a command

imperiuratus
imperiūrātus
adjective
by which no false oath is taken

impermissus
impermissus
adjective
unlawful

impero
imperō
verb
to command

imperterritus
imperterritus
adjective
unterrified

impertior
impertior
verb
to take as a partner

impertio
impertiō
verb
to share with

impertitum
impertītum
noun
favors

imperturbatus
imperturbātus
adjective
undisturbed

impervius
impervius
adjective
not to be traversed

impes
impes
noun
violence

impetibilis
impetibilis
adjective
insufferable

impetrabilis
impetrābilis
adjective
to be obtained

impetratio
impetrātiō
noun
an obtaining by request

impetrio
impetriō
verb
to seek through omens

impetro
impetrō
verb
to gain one's end

impetus
impetus
noun
an attack

impexus
impexus
adjective
uncombed

impie
impiē
adverb
irreligiously

impietas
impietās
noun
irreverence

impiger
impiger
adjective
not indolent

impigre
impigrē
adverb
actively

impigritas
impigritās
noun
activity

impingo
impingō
verb
to dash against

impius
impius
adjective
[people] irreverent

implacabilis
implācābilis
adjective
unappeasable

implacabiliter
implācābiliter
adverb
implacably

implacatus
implācātus
adjective
unappeased

implacidus
implacidus
adjective
ungentle

impleo
impleō
verb
to fill up

impletus
implētus
participle
p. of impleo

implexus
implexus
cross-reference
interwoven

implicatio
implicātiō
noun
an interweaving

implicatus
implicātus
adjective
entangled

implicite
implicitē
adverb
intricately

implicitus
implicitus
participle
p. of implico

implico
implicō
verb
to infold

imploratio
implōrātiō
noun
a call for help

imploro
implōrō
verb
to invoke with tears

implumis
implūmis
adjective
without feathers

impluo
impluō
verb
to rain upon

impluvium
impluvium
noun
a small court open to the sky (forming the middle wall of a Roman house

impolite
impolītē
adverb
without ornament

impolitus
impolītus
adjective
unpolished

impollutus
impollūtus
adjective
unstained

impono
impōnō
verb
to place upon

importo
importō
verb
to bring in

importune
importūnē
adverb
unsuitably

importunitas
importūnitās
noun
unsuitableness

importunus
importūnus
adjective
unfit

importuosus
importuōsus
adjective
without a harbor

impositus
impositus
participle
p. of impono

impostus
impostus
participle
p. of impono

impotens
impotēns
adjective
powerless

impotenter
impotenter
adverb
weakly

impotentia
impotentia
noun
helplessness

impraesentiarum
impraesentiārum
adverb
for the present

impransus
imprānsus
adjective
that has not breakfasted

imprecor
imprecor
verb
to call down upon

impressio
impressiō
noun
an onset

impressus
impressus
adjective
unpressed

impressus
impressus
participle
p. of imprimo

imprimis
imprīmīs
cross-reference

imprimo
imprimō
verb
to press upon

improbatio
improbātiō
noun
disapproval

improbe
improbē
adverb
badly

improbitas
improbitās
noun
wickedness

improbo
improbō
verb
to disapprove

improbulus
improbulus
adjective
somewhat wicked

improbus
improbus
adjective
not good

improcerus
imprōcērus
adjective
of small stature

improdictus
imprōdictus
adjective
not postponed

impromptus
imprōmptus
adjective
unready

improperatus
improperātus
adjective
not hasty

improsper
imprōsper
adjective
unfortunate

improspere
imprōsperē
adverb
unfortunately

improvide
imprōvidē
adverb
recklessly

improvidus
imprōvidus
adjective
not foreseeing

improviso
imprōvīsō
adverb
on a sudden

improvisus
imprōvīsus
adjective
not foreseen

imprudens
imprūdēns
adjective
not foreseeing

imprudenter
imprūdenter
adverb
without foresight

imprudentia
imprūdentia
noun
want of foresight

impubes
impūbēs
adjective
under age

impubis
impūbis
adjective
under age

impudens
impudēns
adjective
without shame

impudenter
impudenter
adverb
shamelessly

impudentia
impudentia
noun
shamelessness

impudicitia
impudīcitia
noun
shamelessness

impudicus
impudīcus
adjective
shameless

impugnatio
impūgnātiō
noun
an attack

impugno
impūgnō
verb
to fight against

impulsio
impulsiō
noun
external pressure

impulsor
impulsor
noun
one who incites

impulsus
impulsus
noun
a striking against

impulsus
impulsus
participle
p. of impello

impune
impūne
adverb
without punishment

impunis
impūnis
adjective
unpunished

impunitas
impūnitās
noun
freedom from punishment

impunite
impūnītē
adverb
with impunity

impunitus
impūnītus
adjective
unpunished

impuratus
impūrātus
adjective
defiled

impure
impūrē
adverb
basely

impuritas
impūritās
noun
uncleanness

impurus
impūrus
adjective
unclean

imputatus
imputātus
participle
p. of imputo

imputatus
imputātus
adjective
unpruned

imputo
imputō
verb
to reckon

imulus
īmulus
adjective
the lowest

imus
īmus
adjective
the lowest

in
in
preposition
in

in
in
preposition
into

in
in
preposition
not

inaccessus
inaccessus
adjective
unapproached

inacesco
inacēscō
verb
to turn sour at

inadsuetus
inadsuētus
adjective
unaccustomed

inadustus
inadūstus
adjective
unsinged

inaedifico
inaedificō
verb
to build as a superstructure

inaequabilis
inaequābilis
adjective
uneven

inaequalis
inaequālis
adjective
uneven

inaequaliter
inaequāliter
adverb
unequally

inaequatus
inaequātus
adjective
unequal

inaequo
inaequō
verb
to make even

inaestimabilis
inaestimābilis
adjective
not to be judged of

inaestuo
inaestuō
verb
to boil in

inamabilis
inamābilis
adjective
unlovely

inamaresco
inamārēscō
verb
to become bitter

inambitiosus
inambitiōsus
adjective
unambitious

inambulatio
inambulātiō
noun
a walking up and down

inambulo
inambulō
verb
to walk up and down

inamoenus
inamoenus
adjective
unpleasant

inane
ināne
noun
an empty space

inanimalis
inanimālis
adjective
without life

inanimus
inanimus
adjective
lifeless

inanis
inānis
adjective
empty

inanitas
inānitās
noun
emptiness

inaniter
ināniter
adverb
vainly

inaratus
inarātus
adjective
unploughed

inardesco
inārdēscō
verb
to kindle

inassuetus
inassuētus
adjective
unaccustomed

inattenuatus
inattenuātus
adjective
undiminished

inaudax
inaudāx
adjective
not daring

inaudio
inaudiō
verb
to hear whispered

inauditus
inaudītus
adjective
unheard-of

inaugurato
inaugurātō
adverb
(P. of inauguro

inauguro
inaugurō
verb
to take omens from the flight of birds

inauratus
inaurātus
adjective
gilded

inauro
inaurō
verb
to overlay with gold

inauspicato
inauspicātō
adverb
without consulting the auspices

inauspicatus
inauspicātus
adjective
without consulting the auspices

inausus
inausus
adjective
not ventured

inb
inb
cross-reference

inbecillitas
inbēcillitās
noun
helplessness

inbecillus
inbēcillus
adjective
weak

inbellis
inbellis
adjective
unwarlike

inberbis
inberbis
adjective
without a beard

inbibo
inbibō
verb
to drink in

inbuo
inbuō
verb
to wet

incaeduus
incaeduus
adjective
uncut

incalesco
incalēscō
verb
to grow warm

incalfacio
incalfaciō
verb
to warm

incallide
incallidē
adverb
unskilfully

incallidus
incallidus
adjective
unskilful

incandesco
incandēscō
verb
to grow warm

incanesco
incānēscō
verb
to become white

incanto
incantō
verb
to enchant

incanus
incānus
adjective
gray

incassum
incassum
adverb
in vain

incastigatus
incastīgātus
adjective
unpunished

incaute
incautē
adverb
incautiously

incautus
incautus
adjective
incautious

incedo
incēdō
verb
to advance

incelebratus
incelebrātus
adjective
not spread abroad

incendiarius
incendiārius
noun
an incendiary

incendium
incendium
noun
a burning

incendo
incendō
verb
to set fire to

incensio
incēnsiō
noun
a setting on fire

incensus
incēnsus
adjective
inflamed

incensus
incēnsus
adjective
not assessed

inceptio
inceptiō
noun
a beginning

incepto
inceptō
verb
to begin

inceptor
inceptor
noun
a beginner

inceptum
inceptum
noun
a beginning

inceptus
inceptus
noun
[only ablative singular] a beginning

inceptus
inceptus
participle
p. of incipio

incerno
incernō
verb
to sift in

incero
incērō
verb
to cover with wax

incertum
incertum
noun
an uncertainty

incertum
incertum
adverb
doubtfully

incertus
incertus
adjective
[of things] not fixed

incesso
incessō
verb
to fall upon

incessus
incessus
noun
a going

incesta
incesta
noun
a paramour

inceste
incestē
adverb
impurely

incesto
incestō
verb
to pollute

incestum
incestum
noun
impious unchastity

incestus
incestus
adjective
not religiously pure

incestus
incestus
noun
unchastity

inchoo
inchoō
cross-reference

inchoo
inchoō
verb
to begin

inchoo
inchoō
verb
to begin

incido
incidō
verb
to fall in

incido
incīdō
verb
to cut into

incinctus
incīnctus
participle
p. of incingo

incingo
incingō
verb
to gird

incino
incinō
verb
to cause to sound

incipio
incipiō
verb
to take hold

incise
incīsē
adverb
in short clauses

incisim
incīsim
adverb
in short clauses

incisio
incīsiō
noun
[in rhetoric] a division

incisum
incīsum
noun
a section

incisus
incīsus
participle
p. of 2 inci_do

incitamentum
incitāmentum
noun
an incitement

incitate
incitātē
adverb
[of speech] vehemently

incitatio
incitātiō
noun
an inciting

incitatus
incitātus
adjective
hurried

incito
incitō
verb
to set in rapid motion

incitus
incitus
adjective
in rapid motion

inclamo
inclāmō
verb
to give a cry

inclaresco
inclārēscō
verb
to grow splendid

inclemens
inclēmēns
adjective
unmerciful

inclementer
inclēmenter
adverb
rigorously

inclementia
inclēmentia
noun
unmercifulness

inclinatio
inclīnātiō
noun
a leaning

inclinatus
inclīnātus
adjective
inclined

inclino
inclīnō
verb
i. Trans

inclitus
inclitus
cross-reference

inclitus
inclitus
adjective
celebrated

includo
inclūdō
verb
to shut up

inclusio
inclūsiō
noun
a shutting up

inclusus
inclūsus
participle
p. of includo

inclutus
inclutus
adjective
celebrated

incoctus
incoctus
participle
p. of incoquo

incogitans
incōgitāns
adjective
thoughtless

incogito
incōgitō
verb
to contrive

incognitus
incōgnitus
adjective
not examined

incohatus
incohātus
adjective
begun

incoho
incohō
verb
to begin

incola
incola
noun
an inhabitant

incolo
incolō
verb
to be at home

incolumis
incolumis
adjective
unimpaired

incolumitas
incolumitās
noun
freedom from harm

incomitatus
incomitātus
adjective
unaccompanied

incommendatus
incommendātus
adjective
not commended

incommode
incommodē
adverb
inconveniently

incommoditas
incommoditās
noun
inconvenience

incommodo
incommodō
verb
to occasion inconvenience

incommodum
incommodum
noun
inconvenience

incommodus
incommodus
adjective
inconvenient

incommutabilis
incommūtābilis
adjective
unchangeable

incompertus
incompertus
adjective
unascertained

incomposite
incompositē
adverb
without order

incompositus
incompositus
adjective
unformed

incomptus
incōmptus
adjective
disordered

incomtus
incōmtus
adjective
disordered

inconcessus
inconcessus
adjective
not allowed

inconcinnus
inconcinnus
adjective
inelegant

inconcussus
inconcussus
adjective
unshaken

incondite
inconditē
adverb
confusedly

inconditus
inconditus
adjective
without order

inconpositus
inconpositus
adjective
unformed

inconruptus
inconruptus
adjective
unspoiled

inconsiderantia
incōnsīderantia
noun
want of reflection

inconsiderate
incōnsīderātē
adverb
inconsiderately

inconsideratus
incōnsīderātus
adjective
not considered

inconsolabilis
incōnsōlābilis
adjective
inconsolable

inconstans
incōnstāns
adjective
changeable

inconstanter
incōnstanter
adverb
capriciously

inconstantia
incōnstantia
noun
inconsistency

inconsulte
incōnsultē
adverb
unadvisedly

inconsultus
incōnsultus
adjective
not consulted

inconsumptus
incōnsūmptus
adjective
unconsumed

incontaminatus
incontāminātus
adjective
undefiled

incontentus
incontentus
adjective
unstretched

incontinens
incontinēns
adjective
incontinent

incontinenter
incontinenter
adverb
immoderately

incontinentia
incontinentia
noun
greediness

inconveniens
inconveniēns
adjective
not accordant

incoquo
incoquō
verb
to boil down

incorrectus
incorrēctus
adjective
uncorrected

incorrupte
incorruptē
adverb
uncorruptly

incorruptus
incorruptus
adjective
unspoiled

increbesco
incrēbēscō
verb
to quicken

increbresco
incrēbrēscō
verb
to quicken

incredibilis
incrēdibilis
adjective
not to be believed

incredibiliter
incrēdibiliter
adverb
incredibly

incredulus
incrēdulus
cross-reference
unbelieving

incrementum
incrēmentum
noun
growth

increpito
increpitō
verb
to keep chiding

increpo
increpō
verb
to sound

incresco
incrēscō
verb
to grow upon

incretus
incrētus
participle
p. of incerno

incruentatus
incruentātus
adjective
not made bloody

incruentus
incruentus
adjective
bloodless

incrusto
incrūstō
verb
to coat

incubo
incubō
verb
to lie upon

incudo
incūdō
verb
to forge with the hammer

inculco
inculcō
verb
to tread in

inculpatus
inculpātus
adjective
blameless

inculte
incultē
adverb
without refinement

incultus
incultus
adjective
untilled

incultus
incultus
noun
want of cultivation

incumbo
incumbō
verb
to lay oneself

incunabulum
incūnābulum
noun
a cradle

incuratus
incūrātus
adjective
uncured

incuria
incūria
noun
want of care

incuriose
incūriōsē
adverb
carelessly

incuriosus
incūriōsus
adjective
careless

incurro
incurrō
verb
to run into

incursio
incursiō
noun
a running against

incurso
incursō
verb
to run into

incursus
incursus
noun
a running to

incurvatus
incurvātus
adjective
bent

incurvesco
incurvēscō
verb
to begin to bend

incurvisco
incurvīscō
verb
to begin to bend

incurvo
incurvō
verb
to bend

incurvus
incurvus
adjective
bent

incus
incūs
noun
an anvil

incusatio
incūsātiō
noun
a blaming

incuso
incūsō
verb
to accuse

incussus
incussus
participle
p. of incutio

incussus
incussus
noun
a shock

incustoditus
incustōdītus
cross-reference
not watched

incusus
incūsus
participle
p. of incudo

incutio
incutiō
verb
to wield against

indagatio
indāgātiō
noun
a tracking out

indagatrix
indāgātrīx
noun
she who investigates

indago
indāgō
noun
an encircling with toils

indago
indāgō
verb
to trace out

inde
inde
adverb
[of place] from that place

indebitus
indēbitus
adjective
not owed

indeclinatus
indēclīnātus
adjective
unchanged

indecore
indecōrē
adverb
unbecomingly

indecoris
indecoris
adjective
unseemly

indecoro
indecorō
verb
to disgrace

indecorus
indecōrus
adjective
unbecoming

indefensus
indēfēnsus
adjective
unprotected

indefessus
indēfessus
adjective
unwearied

indefletus
indēflētus
adjective
unlamented

indeiectus
indēiectus
adjective
not thrown down

indelebilis
indēlēbilis
adjective
imperishable

indelibatus
indēlībātus
adjective
untouched

indemnatus
indemnātus
adjective
uncondemned

indeploratus
indēplōrātus
adjective
unwept

indeprensus
indēprēnsus
adjective
undetected

indeptus
indeptus
participle
p. of indipiscor

indesertus
indēsertus
adjective
not deserted

indestrictus
indēstrictus
adjective
untouched

indetonsus
indētōnsus
adjective
with unshorn hair

indevitatus
indēvītātus
adjective
unavoided

index
index
noun
one who points out

indicens
indīcēns
adjective
that does not say

indicium
indicium
noun
a notice

indico
indicō
verb
to point out

indico
indīcō
verb
to declare publicly

indictus
indictus
participle
p. of 2 indico

indictus
indictus
adjective
not said

Indicus
Indicus
adjective
of India

indidem
indidem
adverb
from the same place

indifferens
indifferēns
adjective
not to be sought or shunned

indigena
indigena
noun
a native

indigens
indigēns
adjective
in want of

indigentia
indigentia
noun
need

indigeo
indigeō
verb
to need

Indiges
Indiges
noun
a deified hero

indiges
indigēs
adjective
needy

indigestus
indīgestus
adjective
unorganized

indignabundus
indīgnābundus
adjective
full of indignation

indignandus
indīgnandus
adjective
to be despised

indignans
indīgnāns
adjective
impatient

indignatio
indīgnātiō
noun
displeasure

indignatus
indīgnātus
adjective
angered

indigne
indīgnē
adverb
unworthily

indignitas
indīgnitās
noun
unworthiness

indignor
indīgnor
verb
to deem unworthy

indignus
indīgnus
adjective
unworthy

indigus
indigus
adjective
needing

indiligens
indīligēns
adjective
careless

indiligenter
indīligenter
adverb
carelessly

indiligentia
indīligentia
noun
carelessness

indipiscor
indipīscor
verb
to obtain

indireptus
indīreptus
adjective
unplundered

indiscretus
indiscrētus
adjective
undistinguishable

indiserte
indisertē
adverb
not eloquently

indisertus
indisertus
adjective
not eloquent

indispositus
indispositus
adjective
without order

indissolubilis
indissolūbilis
adjective
indestructible

indistinctus
indistinctus
adjective
undistinguished

inditus
inditus
adjective
put on

individuum
indīviduum
noun
an atom

individuus
indīviduus
adjective
indivisible

indo
indō
verb
to put into

indocilis
indocilis
adjective
not teachable

indocte
indoctē
adverb
unlearnedly

indoctus
indoctus
adjective
untaught

indolentia
indolentia
noun
freedom from pain

indoles
indolēs
noun
an inborn quality

indolesco
indolēscō
verb
to feel pain

indomitus
indomitus
adjective
untamed

indormio
indormiō
verb
to fall asleep on

indotatus
indōtātus
adjective
unportioned

indu
indu
cross-reference

indubito
indubitō
verb
to throw doubt upon

indubius
indubius
adjective
not doubtful

induciae
induciae
cross-reference

induco
indūcō
verb
to lead in

inductio
inductiō
noun
a bringing in

inductus
inductus
participle
p. of induco

indulgens
indulgēns
adjective
indulgent

indulgenter
indulgenter
adverb
indulgently

indulgentia
indulgentia
noun
a yielding

indulgeo
indulgeō
verb
to be complaisant

induo
induō
verb
to put on

indupeditus
indupedītus
adjective
hindered

induperator
induperātor
noun
a commander-in-chief

induratus
indūrātus
adjective
hardened

induresco
indūrēscō
verb
to grow hard on

induro
indūrō
verb
to make hard

industria
industria
noun
diligence

industrie
industriē
adverb
diligently

industrius
industrius
adjective
active

indutia
indūtia
noun
a suspension of hostitities

indutus
indūtus
participle
p. of induo

indutus
indūtus
noun
a putting on

inebrio
inēbriō
verb
to make drunk

inedia
inedia
noun
an abstaining from food

ineditus
inēditus
adjective
not made known

inelegans
inēlegāns
adjective
not choice

ineleganter
inēleganter
adverb
not choicely

ineluctabilis
inēlūctābilis
adjective
not to be escuped

inemorior
inēmorior
verb
to die upon

inemptus
inēmptus
adjective
unbought

inemtus
inēmtus
adjective
unbought

inenarrabilis
inēnārrābilis
adjective
indescribable

inenodabilis
inēnōdābilis
adjective
inexplicable

ineo
ineō
verb
to go into

inepte
ineptē
adverb
improperly

ineptia
ineptia
noun
silliness

ineptio
ineptiō
verb
to be absurd

ineptus
ineptus
adjective
[people] absurd

inequitabilis
inequitābilis
adjective
unfit for riding over

inermis
inermis
adjective
unarmed

inermus
inermus
adjective
unarmed

inerrans
inerrāns
adjective
not wandering

inerro
inerrō
verb
to wander

iners
iners
adjective
without skill

inertia
inertia
noun
want of art

ineruditus
inērudītus
adjective
unlearned

inesco
inēscō
verb
to allure with bait

inevitabilis
inēvītābilis
adjective
unavoidable

inexcitus
inexcītus
adjective
unmoved

inexcusabilis
inexcūsābilis
adjective
without excuse

inexercitatus
inexercitātus
adjective
untrained

inexhaustus
inexhaustus
adjective
not wasted

inexorabilis
inexōrābilis
adjective
not to be moved by entreaty

inexpectatus
inexpectātus
cross-reference

inexpectatus
inexpectātus
adjective
unlooked for

inexpeditus
inexpedītus
adjective
not free

inexperrectus
inexperrēctus
adjective
unawakened

inexpertus
inexpertus
adjective
without experience

inexpiabilis
inexpiābilis
adjective
not to be atoned for

inexplebilis
inexplēbilis
adjective
not to be satisfied

inexpletus
inexplētus
adjective
not filled

inexplicabilis
inexplicābilis
adjective
not to be loosened

inexplorato
inexplōrātō
adverb
without previous examination

inexploratus
inexplōrātus
adjective
unexplored

inexpugnabilis
inexpūgnābilis
adjective
not to be stormed

inexspectatus
inexspectātus
adjective
unlooked for

inexstinctus
inexstinctus
adjective
unextinguished

inexsuperabilis
inexsuperābilis
adjective
not to be crossed

inextricabilis
inextrīcābilis
adjective
not to be unravelled

inexuperabilis
inexuperābilis
adjective
not to be crossed

infabre
īnfabrē
adverb
unskilfully

infabricatus
īnfabricātus
adjective
unwrought

infacetia
īnfacētia
noun
coarse jokes

infacetus
īnfacētus
adjective
without wit

infacundus
īnfācundus
adjective
not eloquent

infamatus
īnfamātus
adjective
of ill repute

infamia
īnfāmia
noun
ill fame

infamis
īnfāmis
adjective
of ill repute

infamo
īnfāmō
verb
to bring into ill repute

infandus
īnfandus
adjective
unspeakable

infans
īnfāns
adjective
that cannot speak

infantia
īnfantia
noun
inability to speak

infatuo
īnfatuō
verb
to make a fool of

infaustus
īnfaustus
adjective
of ill omen

infector
īnfector
noun
a dyer

infectus
īnfectus
adjective
not done

infectus
īnfectus
participle
p. of inficio

infecunditas
īnfēcunditās
noun
unfruitfulness

infecundus
īnfēcundus
adjective
unfruitful

infelicitas
īnfēlīcitās
noun
ill-luck

infeliciter
īnfēlīciter
adverb
unhappily

infelix
īnfēlīx
adjective
unfruitful

infense
īnfēnsē
adverb
with hostility

infenso
īnfēnsō
verb
to treat in a hostile manner

infensus
īnfēnsus
adjective
hostile

infercio
īnferciō
verb
to stuff in

inferia
īnferia
noun
sacrifices in honor of the dead

inferior
īnferior
adjective
lower

inferius
īnferius
adjective
lower

infernus
īnfernus
adjective
lower

infero
īnferō
verb
to bring in

inferus
īnferus
adjective
below

infervesco
īnfervēscō
verb
to boil

infeste
īnfēstē
adverb
inimically

infesto
īnfēstō
verb
to annoy

infestus
īnfēstus
adjective
made unsafe

inficetia
inficētia
noun
coarse jokes

inficetus
inficētus
adjective
without wit

inficio
īnficiō
verb
to stain

infidelis
īnfidēlis
adjective
not to be trusted

infidelitas
īnfidēlitās
noun
unfaithfulness

infideliter
īnfidēliter
adverb
faithlessly

infidus
īnfīdus
adjective
not to be trusted

infigo
īnfīgō
verb
to fasten

infimus
īnfimus
adjective
lowest

infindo
īnfindō
verb
to cut into

infinitas
īnfīnitās
noun
boundlessness

infinite
īnfīnītē
adverb
without bounds

infinitio
īnfīnītiō
noun
boundlessness

infinitus
īnfīnītus
adjective
not limited

infio
īnfīō
verb
to begin

infirmatio
īnfīrmātiō
noun
a weakening

infirme
īnfīrmē
adverb
faintly

infirmitas
īnfīrmitās
noun
want of strength

infirmo
īnfīrmō
verb
to weaken

infirmus
īnfīrmus
adjective
not strong

infitia
īnfitia
noun
denial

infitialis
īnfitiālis
adjective
negative

infitiatio
īnfitiātiō
noun
a denial

infitiator
īnfitiātor
noun
a denier

infitior
īnfitior
verb
not to confess

infixus
īnfīxus
participle
p. of infigo

inflammatio
īnflammātiō
noun
a kindling

inflammo
īnflammō
verb
to set on fire

inflate
īnflātē
adverb
haughtily

inflatio
īnflātiō
noun
a puffing up

inflatus
īnflātus
noun
a blowing in

inflatus
īnflātus
adjective
swelled up

inflecto
īnflectō
verb
to bend

infletus
īnflētus
adjective
unwept

inflexio
īnflexiō
noun
a bending

inflexus
īnflexus
participle
p. of inflecto

inflexus
īnflexus
noun
a bending

inflictus
īnflīctus
participle
p. of infligo

infligo
īnflīgō
verb
1 in + * fligo

inflo
īnflō
verb
to blow into

influo
īnfluō
verb
to flow in

infodio
īnfodiō
verb
to bury

informatio
īnfōrmātiō
noun
a representation

informatus
īnfōrmātus
participle
p. of informo

informis
īnfōrmis
adjective
without form

informo
īnfōrmō
verb
to shape

infortunatus
īnfortūnātus
adjective
unfortunate

infortunium
īnfortūnium
noun
a misfortune

infossus
īnfossus
participle
p. of infodio

infra
īnfrā
adverb
on the under side

infra
īnfrā
cross-reference
below

infractio
īnfrāctiō
noun
a breaking

infractus
īnfrāctus
adjective
broken

infragilis
īnfragilis
adjective
strong

infremo
īnfremō
verb
to make a noise

infrenatus
īnfrēnātus
participle
p. of infreno

infrenatus
īnfrēnātus
adjective
without a bridle

infrendo
īnfrendō
verb
to gnash

infrenis
īnfrēnis
adjective
without a bridle

infreno
īnfrēnō
verb
to put on a bridle

infrenus
īnfrēnus
adjective
unbridled

infrequens
īnfrequēns
adjective
not crowded

infrequentia
īnfrequentia
noun
a small number

infringo
īnfringō
verb
to break off

infrons
īnfrōns
adjective
without foliage

infructuosus
īnfrūctuōsus
adjective
fruitless

infucatus
īnfūcātus
adjective
painted over

infula
īnfula
noun
a band

infumus
īnfumus
adjective
lowest

infundo
īnfundō
verb
to pour in

infusco
īnfuscō
verb
to make dark

infusus
īnfūsus
participle
p. of infundo

ingemino
ingeminō
verb
to redouble

ingemisco
ingemīscō
verb
to utter a groan

ingemo
ingemō
verb
to groan over

ingenero
ingenerō
verb
to implant

ingeniose
ingeniōsē
adverb
acutely

ingeniosus
ingeniōsus
adjective
full of intellect

ingenitus
ingenitus
adjective
innate

ingenium
ingenium
noun
innate quality

ingens
ingēns
adjective
not natural

ingenue
ingenuē
adverb
as becomes his birth

ingenuitas
ingenuitās
noun
free birth

ingenuus
ingenuus
adjective
native

ingero
ingerō
verb
to throw in

ingigno
ingīgnō
verb
to implant

inglorius
inglōrius
adjective
without fame

ingluvies
ingluviēs
noun
the crop

ingrate
ingrātē
adverb
unpleasantly

ingratificus
ingrātificus
adjective
unthankful

ingratiis
ingrātiīs
adverb
without thanks

ingratis
ingrātīs
adverb
without thanks

ingratus
ingrātus
adjective
unpleasant

ingravesco
ingravēscō
verb
to grow burdensome

ingravo
ingravō
verb
to weigh down

ingredior
ingredior
verb
to advance

ingressio
ingressiō
noun
a going into

ingressus
ingressus
noun
an advancing

ingressus
ingressus
participle
p. of ingredior

ingruo
ingruō
verb
to break in

inguen
inguen
noun
the groin

ingurgito
ingurgitō
verb
to gorge

ingustatus
ingustātus
adjective
not tasted before

inhabilis
inhabilis
adjective
unmanageable

inhabitabilis
inhabitābilis
adjective
uninhabitable

inhaereo
inhaereō
verb
to stick fast

inhaeresco
inhaerēscō
verb
to stick fast

inhalo
inhālō
verb
to breathe upon

inhibeo
inhibeō
verb
to hold in

inhibitio
inhibitiō
noun
a reversing

inhibitus
inhibitus
participle
p. of inhibeo

inhio
inhiō
verb
to stand open

inhoneste
inhonestē
adverb
dishonorably

inhonesto
inhonestō
verb
to dishonor

inhonestus
inhonestus
adjective
dishonorable

inhonoratus
inhonōrātus
adjective
unhonored

inhonorus
inhonōrus
adjective
unsightly

inhorreo
inhorreō
verb
to stand erect

inhorresco
inhorrēscō
verb
to stand erect

inhospitalis
inhospitālis
adjective
inhospitable

inhospitalitas
inhospitālitās
noun
inhospitality

inhospitus
inhospitus
adjective
inhospitable

inhumane
inhūmānē
adverb
cruelly

inhumanitas
inhūmānitās
noun
inhuman conduct

inhumaniter
inhūmāniter
adverb
uncivilly

inhumanus
inhūmānus
adjective
rude

inhumatus
inhumātus
cross-reference
unburied

inibi
inibi
adverb
therein

inicio
iniciō
verb
to throw in

inicus
inīcus
cross-reference

iniectus
iniectus
noun
a casting on

iniectus
iniectus
participle
p. of inicio

iniicio
iniiciō
cross-reference

inimice
inimīcē
adverb
as an enemy

inimicitia
inimīcitia
noun
enmity

inimico
inimīcō
verb
to make hostile

inimicus
inimīcus
adjective
unfriendly

inique
inīquē
adverb
unequally

iniquitas
inīquitās
noun
inequality

iniquus
inīquus
adjective
uneven

initio
initiō
verb
to begin

initium
initium
noun
a going in

initus
initus
participle
p. of ineo

initus
initus
noun
an entrance

iniucunde
iniūcundē
adverb
unpleasantly

iniucunditas
iniūcunditās
noun
unpleasantness

iniucundus
iniūcundus
adjective
unpleasant

iniungo
iniungō
verb
to join

iniuratus
iniūrātus
adjective
unsworn

iniuria
iniūria
noun
an injustice

iniuriose
iniūriōsē
adverb
unjustly

iniuriosus
iniūriōsus
adjective
unjust

iniurius
iniūrius
adjective
unlawful

iniussus
iniūssus
adjective
unbidden

iniussus
iniūssus
noun
without command

iniuste
iniūstē
adverb
without right

iniustitia
iniūstitia
noun
injustice

iniustus
iniūstus
adjective
unreasonable

inlabefactus
inlabefactus
adjective
unbroken

inlabor
inlābor
verb
to flow in

inlaboro
inlabōrō
verb
to work upon

inlacessitus
inlacessītus
adjective
unprovoked

inlacrimabilis
inlacrimābilis
adjective
unwept

inlacrimo
inlacrimō
verb
dep.

inlacrimor
inlacrimor
verb
to weep over

inlaesus
inlaesus
adjective
unhurt

inlaetabilis
inlaetābilis
adjective
cheerless

inlaqueo
inlaqueō
verb
to ensnare

inlaudatus
inlaudātus
adjective
unpraised

inlautus
inlautus
adjective
unwashed

inlautus
inlautus
cross-reference

inlecebra
inlecebra
noun
an enticement

inlectus
inlectus
participle
p. of inlicio

inlectus
inlēctus
adjective
unread

inlepide
inlepidē
adverb
impolitely

inlepidus
inlepidus
adjective
unmannerly

inlibatus
inlībātus
adjective
undiminished

inliberalis
inlīberālis
adjective
ignoble

inliberalitas
inlīberālitās
noun
meanness

inliberaliter
inlīberāliter
adverb
ignobly

inlicio
inliciō
verb
to allure

inlicitator
inlicitātor
noun
a shambidder

inlicitus
inlicitus
adjective
not allowed

inlido
inlīdō
verb
to dash against

inligo
inligō
verb
to bind on

inlimis
inlīmis
adjective
without mud

inlino
inlinō
verb
to smear over

inliquefactus
inliquefactus
adjective
melted

inlisus
inlīsus
participle
p. of inlido

inlitteratus
inlitterātus
adjective
unlettered

inlitus
inlitus
participle
p. of inlino

inlotus
inlōtus
adjective
unwashed

inlucesco
inlūcēscō
verb
to grow light

inludo
inlūdō
verb
to play at

inluminate
inlūminātē
adverb
clearly

inlumino
inlūminō
verb
to light up

inlusio
inlūsiō
noun
a mocking

inlustre
inlūstrē
adverb
clearly

inlustris
inlūstris
adjective
lighted

inlustrius
inlūstrius
cross-reference

inlustro
inlūstrō
verb
to light up

inlusus
inlūsus
participle
p. of inludo

inluvies
inluviēs
noun
an overflow

inm
inm
cross-reference

inmadesco
inmadēscō
verb
to become wet

inmane
inmāne
adverb
frightfully

inmanis
inmānis
adjective
monstrous

inmanitas
inmānitās
noun
monstrous size

inmansuetus
inmānsuētus
adjective
untamed

inmaturitas
inmātūritās
noun
untimely haste

inmaturus
inmātūrus
adjective
untimely

inmedicabilis
inmedicābilis
adjective
incurable

inmemor
inmemor
adjective
unmindful

inmemoratus
inmemorātus
adjective
unmentioned

inmensitas
inmēnsitās
noun
immeasurableness

inmensum
inmēnsum
adverb
without end

inmensum
inmēnsum
noun
a boundless extent

inmensus
inmēnsus
adjective
immeasurable

inmerens
inmerēns
adjective
undeserving

inmergo
inmergō
verb
to dip

inmerito
inmeritō
adverb
undeservedly

inmeritus
inmeritus
adjective
undeserving

inmersabilis
inmersābilis
adjective
not to be sunk

inmetatus
inmētātus
adjective
measureless

inmigro
inmigrō
verb
to remove

inmineo
inmineō
verb
to project over

inminuo
inminuō
verb
to lessen

inminutio
inminūtiō
noun
a lessening

inminutus
inminūtus
adjective
weak

inmisceo
inmisceō
verb
to mix in

inmiserabilis
inmiserābilis
adjective
unpitied

inmisericors
inmisericors
adjective
pitiless

inmissio
inmissiō
noun
a letting grow

inmissus
inmissus
participle
p. of immitto

inmitis
inmītis
adjective
not mellow

inmitto
inmittō
verb
to send in

inmobilis
inmōbilis
adjective
immovable

inmoderate
inmoderātē
adverb
without measure

inmoderatio
inmoderātiō
noun
want of moderation

inmoderatus
inmoderātus
adjective
boundless

inmodestia
inmodestia
noun
intemperate conduct

inmodestus
inmodestus
adjective
unrestrained

inmodicus
inmodicus
adjective
beyond bounds

inmodulatus
inmodulātus
adjective
unrhythmical

inmolatio
inmolātiō
noun
a sacrificing

inmolator
inmolātor
noun
a sacrificer

inmolitus
inmōlītus
cross-reference
p.

inmolo
inmolō
verb
to sprinkle with sacrificial meal

inmordeo
inmordeō
verb
to bite into

inmorior
inmorior
verb
to die in

inmortalis
inmortālis
adjective
undying

inmortalitas
inmortālitās
noun
exemption from death

inmotus
inmōtus
adjective
unmoved

inmugio
inmūgiō
verb
to bellow in

inmulgeo
inmulgeō
verb
to milk into

inmundus
inmundus
adjective
unclean

inmunio
inmūniō
verb
to fortify

inmunis
inmūnis
adjective
not bound

inmunitas
inmūnitās
noun
exemption from burdens

inmunitus
inmūnītus
adjective
unfortified

inmurmuro
inmurmurō
verb
to murmur at

inmutabilis
inmūtābilis
adjective
unchangeable

inmutabilitas
inmūtābilitās
noun
unchangeableness

inmutatio
inmūtātiō
noun
an interchange

inmutatus
inmūtātus
adjective
unchanged

inmuto
inmūtō
verb
to change

innabilis
innābilis
adjective
in which one cannot swim

innascor
innāscor
verb
to be born in

innato
innatō
verb
to swim in

innatus
innātus
adjective
native

innavigabilis
innāvigābilis
adjective
not navigable

innecto
innectō
verb
to twist

innitor
innītor
verb
to lean upon

inno
innō
verb
to swim in

innocens
innocēns
adjective
harmless

innocenter
innocenter
adverb
blamelessly

innocentia
innocentia
noun
blamelessness

innocue
innocuē
adverb
innocently

innocuus
innocuus
adjective
harmless

innotesco
innōtēscō
verb
to become known

innovo
innovō
verb
to renew

innoxius
innoxius
adjective
harmless

innubo
innūbō
verb
to marry into

innubus
innubus
adjective
unmarried

innumerabilis
innumerābilis
adjective
countless

innumerabilitas
innumerābilitās
noun
countlessness

innumerabiliter
innumerābiliter
adverb
innumerably

innumerus
innumerus
adjective
countless

innuo
innuō
verb
to nod

innuptus
innūptus
adjective
unmarried

innutritus
innūtrītus
cross-reference
nourished in

inoblitus
inoblītus
adjective
not forgetful

inobrutus
inobrutus
adjective
not overwhelmed

inobservabilis
inobservābilis
adjective
unavoidable

inobservatus
inobservātus
adjective
unobserved

inoffensus
inoffēnsus
adjective
unobstructed

inofficiosus
inofficiōsus
adjective
undutiful

inolesco
inolēscō
verb
to grow

inominatus
inōminātus
adjective
ill-omened

inopia
inopia
noun
want

inopinans
inopīnāns
adjective
not expecting

inopinato
inopīnātō
adverb
unexpectedly

inopinatus
inopīnātus
adjective
not expected

inopinus
inopīnus
adjective
unexpected

inops
inops
adjective
without resources

inoratus
inōrātus
adjective
not pleaded

inordinatus
inōrdinātus
adjective
not arranged

inornatus
inōrnātus
adjective
unadorned

inp
inp
cross-reference

inpacatus
inpācātus
adjective
not peaceable

inpar
inpār
adjective
uneven

inparatus
inparātus
adjective
not ready

inpastus
inpāstus
adjective
unfed

inpatiens
inpatiēns
adjective
that cannot bear

inpatienter
inpatienter
adverb
with impatience

inpatientia
inpatientia
noun
impatience

inpavidus
inpavidus
adjective
fearless

inpedimentum
inpedīmentum
noun
a hinderance

inpedio
inpediō
verb
to entangle

inpeditio
inpedītiō
noun
a hinderance

inpeditus
inpedītus
adjective
hindered

inpello
inpellō
verb
to strike against

inpendeo
inpendeō
verb
to hang over

inpendio
inpendiō
adverb
by a great deal

inpendium
inpendium
noun
money laid out

inpendo
inpendō
verb
to weigh out

inpenetrabilis
inpenetrābilis
adjective
not to be pierced

inpensa
inpēnsa
noun
[sc. pecunia] disbursement

inpense
inpēnsē
adverb
exceedingly

inpensus
inpēnsus
adjective
ample

inperans
inperāns
noun
a master

inperator
inperātor
noun
a commander-in-chief

inperatorius
inperātōrius
adjective
of a general

inperatrix
inperātrīx
noun
she who commands

inperceptus
inperceptus
adjective
unperceived

inpercussus
inpercussus
adjective
not struck

inperditus
inperditus
adjective
not destroyed

inperfectus
inperfectus
adjective
unfinished

inperfossus
inperfossus
adjective
unpierced

inperiosus
inperiōsus
adjective
possessed of command

inperitia
inperītia
noun
inexperience

inperito
inperitō
verb
to command

inperitus
inperītus
adjective
inexperienced

inperium
inperium
noun
a command

inperiuratus
inperiūrātus
adjective
by which no false oath is taken

inpermissus
inpermissus
adjective
unlawful

inpero
inperō
verb
to command

inperterritus
inperterritus
adjective
unterrified

inpertio
inpertiō
verb
to share with

inperturbatus
inperturbātus
adjective
undisturbed

inpervius
inpervius
adjective
not to be traversed

inpes
inpes
noun
violence

inpetibilis
inpetibilis
adjective
insufferable

inpetrabilis
inpetrābilis
adjective
to be obtained

inpetratio
inpetrātiō
noun
an obtaining by request

inpetro
inpetrō
verb
to gain one's end

inpetus
inpetus
noun
an attack

inpexus
inpexus
adjective
uncombed

inpie
inpiē
adverb
irreligiously

inpietas
inpietās
noun
irreverence

inpiger
inpiger
adjective
not indolent

inpigritas
inpigritās
noun
activity

inpingo
inpingō
verb
to dash against

inpius
inpius
adjective
[people] irreverent

inplacabilis
inplācābilis
adjective
unappeasable

inplacatus
inplācātus
adjective
unappeased

inplacidus
inplacidus
adjective
ungentle

inpleo
inpleō
verb
to fill up

inplicatio
inplicātiō
noun
an interweaving

inplicatus
inplicātus
adjective
entangled

inplicite
inplicitē
adverb
intricately

inplicitus
inplicitus
participle
p. of implico

inplico
inplicō
verb
to infold

inploratio
inplōrātiō
noun
a call for help

inploro
inplōrō
verb
to invoke with tears

inplumis
inplūmis
adjective
without feathers

inpluo
inpluō
verb
to rain upon

inpluvium
inpluvium
noun
a small court open to the sky (forming the middle wall of a Roman house

inpolitus
inpolītus
adjective
unpolished

inpollutus
inpollūtus
adjective
unstained

inpono
inpōnō
verb
to place upon

inporto
inportō
verb
to bring in

inportune
inportūnē
adverb
unsuitably

inportunitas
inportūnitās
noun
unsuitableness

inportunus
inportūnus
adjective
unfit

inportuosus
inportuōsus
adjective
without a harbor

inpotens
inpotēns
adjective
powerless

inpotentia
inpotentia
noun
helplessness

inpraesentiarum
inpraesentiārum
adverb
for the present

inpransus
inprānsus
adjective
that has not breakfasted

inprecor
inprecor
verb
to call down upon

inpressus
inpressus
participle
p. of imprimo

inpressus
inpressus
adjective
unpressed

in primis
in prīmīs
cross-reference

inprimo
inprimō
verb
to press upon

inprobatio
inprobātiō
noun
disapproval

inprobe
inprobē
adverb
badly

inprobitas
inprobitās
noun
wickedness

inprobo
inprobō
verb
to disapprove

inprobulus
inprobulus
adjective
somewhat wicked

inprobus
inprobus
adjective
not good

inprocerus
inprōcērus
adjective
of small stature

inprodictus
inprōdictus
adjective
not postponed

inpromptus
inprōmptus
adjective
unready

inproperatus
inproperātus
adjective
not hasty

inprosper
inprōsper
adjective
unfortunate

inprospere
inprōsperē
adverb
unfortunately

inprovidus
inprōvidus
adjective
not foreseeing

inproviso
inprōvīsō
adverb
on a sudden

inprovisus
inprōvīsus
adjective
not foreseen

inprudens
inprūdēns
adjective
not foreseeing

inprudenter
inprūdenter
adverb
without foresight

inprudentia
inprūdentia
noun
want of foresight

inpubes
inpūbēs
adjective
under age

inpubis
inpūbis
adjective
under age

inpudens
inpudēns
adjective
without shame

inpudenter
inpudenter
adverb
shamelessly

inpudentia
inpudentia
noun
shamelessness

inpudicus
inpudīcus
adjective
shameless

inpugnatio
inpūgnātiō
noun
an attack

inpugno
inpūgnō
verb
to fight against

inpulsio
inpulsiō
noun
external pressure

inpulsor
inpulsor
noun
one who incites

inpulsus
inpulsus
participle
p. of impello

inpulsus
inpulsus
noun
a striking against

inpune
inpūne
adverb
without punishment

inpunis
inpūnis
adjective
unpunished

inpunitas
inpūnitās
noun
freedom from punishment

inpunitus
inpūnītus
adjective
unpunished

inpuratus
inpūrātus
adjective
defiled

inpuritas
inpūritās
noun
uncleanness

inpurus
inpūrus
adjective
unclean

inputatus
inputātus
adjective
unpruned

inputatus
inputātus
participle
p. of imputo

inputo
inputō
verb
to reckon

inquam
inquam
verb
[in emphatic repetition] I say

inquies
inquiēs
adjective
restless

inquieto
inquiētō
verb
to disturb

inquietus
inquiētus
adjective
restless

inquilinus
inquilīnus
adjective
of foreign birth

inquinate
inquinātē
adverb
filthily

inquinatus
inquinātus
adjective
foul

inquino
inquinō
verb
to befoul

inquiro
inquīrō
verb
to seek after

inquisitio
inquīsītiō
noun
a seeking

inquisitor
inquīsītor
noun
a searcher

inquisitus
inquīsītus
participle
p. of inquiro

inraucesco
inraucēscō
verb
to become hoarse

inreligatus
inreligātus
adjective
unbound

inreligiose
inreligiōsē
adverb
impiously

inreligiosus
inreligiōsus
adjective
irreligious

inremeabilis
inremeābilis
adjective
not to be retraced

inreparabilis
inreparābilis
adjective
irreparable

inrepertus
inrepertus
adjective
undiscovered

inrepo
inrēpō
verb
to creep in

inreprehensus
inreprehēnsus
adjective
blameless

inrequietus
inrequiētus
adjective
unquiet

inresectus
inresectus
adjective
uncut

inresolutus
inresolūtus
adjective
not loosened

inretio
inrētiō
verb
to catch in a net

inretortus
inretortus
adjective
not turned back

inreverentia
inreverentia
noun
irreverence

inrevocabilis
inrevocābilis
adjective
not to be recalled

inrevocatus
inrevocātus
adjective
not called back

inrideo
inrīdeō
verb
to laugh at

inridicule
inrīdiculē
adverb
without wit

inrigatio
inrigātiō
noun
a watering

inrigo
inrigō
verb
to water

inriguus
inriguus
adjective
watering

inrisio
inrīsiō
noun
a deriding

inrisor
inrīsor
noun
a derider

inrisus
inrīsus
noun
a scoffing

inrisus
inrīsus
participle
p. of inrideo

inritabilis
inrītābilis
adjective
excitable

inritamen
inrītāmen
noun
an incitement

inritamentum
inrītāmentum
noun
an incitement

inritatio
inrītātiō
noun
an incitement

inrito
inrītō
verb
to incite

inritus
inritus
adjective
undecided

inrogatio
inrogātiō
noun
an imposing

inrogo
inrogō
verb
[in law] to propose in opposition

inroro
inrōrō
verb
to bedew

inrumatio
inrumātiō
noun
oral sex

inrumo
inrumō
verb
to make someone perform oral sex

inrumpo
inrumpō
verb
to break in

inruo
inruō
verb
to rush in

inruptio
inruptiō
noun
a breaking in

inruptus
inruptus
participle
p. of inrumpo

inruptus
inruptus
adjective
unbroken

insalubris
īnsalūbris
adjective
unwholesome

insalutatus
īnsalūtātus
adjective
ungreeted

insanabilis
īnsānābilis
adjective
not to be healed

insane
īnsānē
adverb
madly

insania
īnsānia
noun
unsoundness of mind

insaniens
īnsāniēns
adjective
foolish

insanio
īnsāniō
verb
to be of unsound mind

insanitas
īnsānitās
noun
unsoundness

insanus
īnsānus
adjective
of unsound mind

insatiabilis
īnsatiābilis
adjective
not to be satisfied

insatiabiliter
insatiābiliter
adverb
insatiably

insaturabilis
īnsaturābilis
adjective
insatiable

insaturabiliter
īnsaturābiliter
adverb
insatiably

inscalpo
inscalpō
verb
to cut in

inscendo
īnscendō
verb
to climb up

insciens
īnsciēns
adjective
unknowing

inscienter
īnscienter
adverb
ignorantly

inscientia
īnscientia
noun
want of knowledge

inscite
īnscītē
adverb
unskilfully

inscitia
īnscītia
noun
ignorance

inscitus
īnscītus
adjective
ignorant

inscius
īnscius
adjective
not knowing

inscribo
inscrībō
verb
to write upon

inscriptio
inscrīptiō
noun
an inscribing

inscriptus
inscrīptus
participle
p. of inscribo

insculpo
īnsculpō
verb
to cut in

inseco
īnsecō
verb
to cut into

insectatio
īnsectātiō
noun
a pursuing

insectator
īnsectātor
noun
a persecutor

insector
īnsector
verb
to pursue

insectus
īnsectus
participle
p. of inseco

insenesco
īnsenēscō
verb
to grow old in

insepultus
īnsepultus
adjective
unburied

insequens
īnsequēns
adjective
following

insequor
īnsequor
verb
to follow

insero
īnserō
verb
to put in

insero
īnserō
verb
to implant

inserto
īnsertō
verb
to put in

insertus
īnsertus
participle
p. of 2 insero

inservio
īnserviō
verb
to be serviceable

insessus
īnsessus
participle
p. of insideo

insibilo
īnsībilō
verb
to whistle within

insideo
īnsideō
verb
to sit upon

insidia
īnsidia
noun
a snare

insidians
īnsidiāns
noun
a waylayer

insidiator
īnsidiātor
noun
one who lies in wait

insidior
īnsidior
verb
to lie in ambush

insidiose
īnsidiōsē
adverb
cunningly

insidiosus
īnsidiōsus
adjective
cunning

insido
īnsīdō
verb
to sit in

insigne
īnsīgne
noun
a mark

insignio
īnsīgniō
verb
to mark

insignis
īnsīgnis
adjective
distinguished by a mark

insignite
īnsīgnītē
adverb
remarkably

insigniter
īnsīgniter
adverb
remarkably

insignitus
īnsīgnītus
adjective
marked

insilio
īnsiliō
verb
to leap in

insimilatio
insimilātiō
noun
a charge

insimulatio
īnsimulātiō
noun
a charge

insimulo
īnsimulō
verb
to make suspected

insincerus
īnsincērus
adjective
spoiled

insinuatio
īnsinuātiō
noun
[in rhetoric] a conciliation of favor

insinuo
īnsinuō
verb
to thrust in

insipiens
īnsipiēns
adjective
unwise

insipienter
īnsipienter
adverb
unwisely

insipientia
īnsipientia
noun
unwisdom

insisto
īnsistō
verb
to set foot

insitio
īnsitiō
noun
an ingrafting

insitivus
īnsitīvus
adjective
ingrafted

insitor
insitor
noun
an ingrafter

insitus
īnsitus
adjective
ingrafted

insociabilis
īnsociābilis
adjective
without social ties

insolabiliter
īnsōlābiliter
adverb
inconsolably

insolens
īnsolēns
adjective
unaccustomed

insolenter
īnsolenter
adverb
unusually

insolentia
īnsolentia
noun
unusualness

insolesco
īnsolēscō
verb
to grow haughty

insolidus
īnsolidus
adjective
not solid

insolitus
īnsolitus
adjective
unaccustomed

insomnia
īnsomnia
noun
sleeplessness

insomnis
īnsomnis
adjective
sleepless

insomnium
īnsomnium
noun
a dream

insomnium
īnsomnium
noun
sleeplessness

insono
īnsonō
verb
to resound

insons
īnsōns
adjective
guiltless

insopitus
īnsōpītus
adjective
sleepless

inspecto
īnspectō
verb
to look at

inspectus
īnspectus
participle
p. of inspicio

insperans
īnspērāns
adjective
not hoping

insperatus
īnspērātus
adjective
unhoped for

inspergo
īnspergō
verb
to sprinkle over

inspicio
īnspiciō
verb
to look into

inspico
īnspīcō
verb
to cut in the form of an ear of corn

inspiro
īnspīrō
verb
to blow upon

inspoliatus
īnspoliātus
adjective
not plundered

instabilis
īnstabilis
adjective
not steadfast

instans
īnstāns
adjective
present

instanter
īnstanter
adverb
earnestly

instantia
īnstantia
noun
an impendence

instar
īnstar
noun
an image

instauratio
īnstaurātiō
noun
a renewing

instaurativus
īnstaurātīvus
adjective
instituted anew

instauro
īnstaurō
verb
to establish

insterno
īnsternō
verb
to cover

instigator
īnstīgātor
noun
a stimulator

instigatrix
īnstīgātrīx
noun
she that instigates

instigo
īnstīgō
verb
to goad on

instillo
īnstīllō
verb
to pour in by drops

instimulator
īnstimulātor
noun
a stimulator

instimulo
īnstimulō
verb
to goad

instinctor
īnstinctor
noun
an instigator

instinctus
īnstinctus
participle
p. of instinguo

instinctus
īnstinctus
noun
instigation (only abl sing.)

instinguo
īnstinguō
verb
to instigate

instita
īnstita
noun
a border

institi.
īnstitī.
cross-reference
i. Perf. of insisto

institio
īnstitiō
noun
a standing still

institor
īnstitor
noun
a factor

instituo
īnstituō
verb
to put in place

institutio
īnstitūtiō
noun
disposition

institutum
īnstitūtum
noun
a purpose

institutus
īnstitūtus
participle
p. of instituo

insto
īnstō
verb
to stand upon

instratus
īnstrātus
participle
p. of insterno

instratus
īnstrātus
adjective
not covered

instravi
īnstrāvī
cross-reference
perf. of insterno

instrenuus
īnstrēnuus
adjective
sluggish

instrepo
īnstrepō
verb
to resound

instringo
īnstringō
verb
to bind

instructe
īnstrūctē
adverb
with great preparation

instructio
īnstrūctiō
noun
an array

instructor
īnstrūctor
noun
a preparer

instructus
īnstrūctus
noun
arrangement

instructus
īnstrūctus
adjective
furnished

instrumentum
īnstrūmentum
noun
an implement

instruo
īnstruō
verb
to build in

insuavis
īnsuāvis
adjective
unpleasant

insudo
īnsūdō
verb
to sweat on

insuefactus
īnsuēfactus
adjective
accustomed

insuesco
īnsuēscō
verb
(-sue_rat)

insuetus
īnsuētus
adjective
unaccustomed

insula
īnsula
noun
an island

insulanus
īnsulānus
noun
an islander

insulse
īnsulsē
adverb
tastelessly

insulsitas
īnsulsitās
noun
tastelessness

insulsus
īnsulsus
adjective
unsalted

insulto
īnsultō
verb
to spring at

insum
īnsum
verb
to be in

insumo
īnsūmō
verb
to take for

insuo
īnsuō
verb
to sew in

insuper
īnsuper
adverb
above

insuperabilis
īnsuperābilis
adjective
that cannot be passed over

insurgo
īnsurgō
verb
to rise up

insusurro
īnsusurrō
verb
to whisper to

insutus
īnsūtus
participle
p. of insuo

intabesco
intābēscō
verb
to waste away

intactus
intāctus
adjective
untouched

intaminatus
intāminātus
adjective
unsullied

intectus
intēctus
participle
p. of intego

intectus
intēctus
adjective
uncovered

integellus
integellus
adjective
pretty safe

integer
integer
adjective
untouched

intego
integō
verb
to cover over

integrasco
integrāscō
verb
to begin anew

integratio
integrātiō
noun
a renewing

integre
integrē
adverb
purely

integritas
integritās
noun
completeness

integro
integrō
verb
to make whole

integumentum
integumentum
noun
a covering

intellectus
intellēctus
noun
a perception

intellectus
intellēctus
participle
p. of intellego

intellegens
intellegēns
adjective
intelligent

intellegenter
intellegenter
adverb
intelligently

intellegentia
intellegentia
noun
discernment

intellego
intellegō
verb
to come to know

intelligentia
intelligentia
noun
discernment

intelligo
intelligō
cross-reference

intemeratus
intemerātus
adjective
inviolate

intemperans
intemperāns
adjective
without self-control

intemperanter
intemperanter
adverb
immoderately

intemperantia
intemperantia
noun
want of moderation

intemperate
intemperātē
adverb
intemperately

intemperatus
intemperātus
adjective
excessive

intemperies
intemperiēs
noun
want of moderation

intempestive
intempestīvē
adverb
unseasonably

intempestivus
intempestīvus
adjective
untimely

intempestus
intempestus
adjective
unseasonable

intemptatus
intemptātus
participle
p. of intempto

intemptatus
intemptātus
adjective
untouched

intendo
intendō
verb
to stretch out

intentatus
intentātus
cross-reference

intente
intentē
adverb
with earnestness

intentemptatus
intentemptātus
participle
p. of intempto

intentemptatus
intentemptātus
adjective
untouched

intentio
intentiō
noun
a stretching

intento
intentō
verb
to aim

intentus
intentus
noun
a stretching out

intentus
intentus
adjective
attentive

intepeo
intepeō
verb
to be lukewarm

intepesco
īntepēscō
verb
to become lukewarm

inter
inter
preposition
between

interamentum
interāmentum
noun
the interior woodwork (of a ship of war)

interaresco
interārēscō
verb
to become dry

intercalaris
intercalāris
adjective
of insertion

intercalarius
intercalārius
adjective
for insertion

intercalo
intercalō
verb
to proclaim an insertion in the calendar

intercapedo
intercapēdō
noun
an interruption

intercedo
intercēdō
verb
to come between

interceptio
interceptiō
noun
a taking away

interceptor
interceptor
noun
an intercepter

interceptus
interceptus
participle
p. of intercipio

intercessio
intercessiō
noun
a mediation

intercessor
intercessor
noun
one who interposes

intercido
intercīdō
verb
to cut asunder

intercido
intercidō
verb
to fall between

intercino
intercinō
verb
to sing between

intercipio
intercipiō
verb
to seize in passing

intercise
intercīsē
adverb
piecemeal

intercludo
interclūdō
verb
to shut out

interclusio
interclūsiō
noun
a stopping

interclusus
interclūsus
participle
p. of intercludo

intercolumnium
intercolumnium
noun
a space between two columns

intercurro
intercurrō
verb
to run between

intercurso
intercursō
verb
to run in

intercursus
intercursus
noun
only abl. sing

intercus
intercus
adjective
under the skin

interdico
interdīcō
verb
to interpose by speaking

interdictio
interdictiō
noun
a prohibiting

interdictum
interdictum
noun
a forbiden thing

interdiu
interdiū
adverb
during the day

interductus
interductus
noun
interpunctuation

interdum
interdum
adverb
sometimes

interea
intereā
adverb
meanwhile

interemo
interemō
cross-reference

interemo
interemō
verb
to take from the midst

interemptus
interēmptus
participle
p. of interimo

interemtus
interēmtus
participle
p. of interimo

intereo
intereō
verb
to go among

interequito
interequitō
verb
to ride between

interest
interest
cross-reference

interfatio
interfātiō
noun
a speaking between

interfector
interfector
noun
a slayer

interfectrix
interfectrīx
noun
a murderess

interfectus
interfectus
participle
p. of interficio

interficio
interficiō
verb
to put out of the way

interfluo
interfluō
verb
to flow between

interfor
interfor
verb
to interrupt in speaking

interfulgens
interfulgēns
cross-reference
p.

interfusus
interfūsus
adjective
poured between

interfuturus
interfutūrus
participle
p. of intersum

interiaceo
interiaceō
verb
to lie between

intericio
intericiō
verb
to throw between

interiectus
interiectus
noun
only acc. and abl. sing

interim
interim
adverb
meanwhile

interimo
interimō
verb
to take from the midst

interior
interior
adjective
inner

interitio
interitiō
noun
destruction

interitus
interitus
noun
overthrow

interiungo
interiungō
verb
to join together

interius
interius
adverb
in the inner part

interlabor
interlābor
verb
to flow between

interlego
interlegō
verb
to pluck here and there

interlino
interlinō
verb
to smear between

interloquor
interloquor
verb
to interrupt in speaking

interluceo
interlūceō
verb
to shine in the midst

interlunium
interlūnium
noun
the time of new moon

interluo
interluō
verb
to wash under

intermenstruus
intermēnstruus
adjective
between months

interminatus
interminātus
adjective
unbounded

interminor
interminor
verb
to threaten

intermisceo
intermisceō
verb
to mix among

intermissio
intermissiō
noun
a breaking off

intermitto
intermittō
verb
to leave off

intermixtus
intermīxtus
participle
p. of intermisceo

intermorior
intermorior
verb
to die off

intermortuus
intermortuus
adjective
dead

intermundium
intermundium
noun
spaces between worlds

intermuralis
intermūrālis
adjective
between the walls

internascor
internāscor
verb
to grow between

internecio
interneciō
noun
a massacre

internecivus
internecīvus
adjective
murderous

internecto
internectō
verb
to bind together

internicio
interniciō
noun
a massacre

interniteo
interniteō
verb
to shine through

internodium
internōdium
noun
the space between two joints

internosco
internōscō
verb
to know apart

internuntia
internūntia
noun
a mediator

internuntio
internūntiō
verb
to exchange messages

internuntius
internūntius
noun
a mediator

internus
internus
adjective
inward

intero
interō
verb
to rub in

interpellatio
interpellātiō
noun
a speaking between

interpellator
interpellātor
noun
an interrupter

interpello
interpellō
verb
to interrupt

interpolo
interpolō
verb
to polish

interpono
interpōnō
verb
to put between

interpositio
interpositiō
noun
an insertion

interpositus
interpositus
noun
a putting between

interpositus
interpositus
participle
p. of interpono

interpres
interpres
noun
a middleman

interpretatio
interpretātiō
noun
an explanation

interpretatus
interpretātus
adjective
explained

interpretor
interpretor
verb
to explain

interpunctio
interpunctiō
noun
a punctuation

interpunctus
interpunctus
adjective
well divided

interquiesco
interquiēscō
verb
to rest awhile

interregnum
interrēgnum
noun
an interval between two reigns

interrex
interrēx
noun
a temporary king

interritus
interritus
adjective
undaunted

interrogatio
interrogātiō
noun
a questioning

interrogatiuncula
interrogātiuncula
noun
a short argument

interrogo
interrogō
verb
to ask

interrumpo
interrumpō
verb
to break apart

interrupte
interruptē
adverb
interruptedly

interruptus
interruptus
adjective
broken

intersaepio
intersaepiō
verb
to fence about

interscindo
interscindō
verb
to tear asunder

intersero
interserō
verb
to place between

interspiratio
interspīrātiō
noun
a catching of breath

interstinctus
interstinctus
adjective
chequered

intersum
intersum
verb
to be between

intertexo
intertexō
verb
to intertwine

intertrimentum
intertrīmentum
noun
loss by attrition

interturbo
interturbō
verb
to make disturbance

intervallum
intervāllum
noun
[properly] the space between palisades

intervenio
interveniō
verb
to come between

interventor
interventor
noun
a visitor

interventus
interventus
noun
a coming in

interverto
intervertō
verb
to turn aside

interviso
intervīsō
verb
to look after

intervolito
intervolitō
verb
to flutter around

intervorto
intervortō
verb
to turn aside

intestabilis
intestābilis
adjective
infamous

intestato
intestātō
adverb
without a will

intestatus
intestātus
adjective
who has made no will

intestinum
intestīnum
noun
a gut

intestinus
intestīnus
adjective
inward

intexo
intexō
verb
to weave in

intibum
intibum
noun
endive

intime
intimē
adverb
inwardly

intimus
intimus
adjective
inmost

intingo
intingō
verb
to dip

intinguo
intinguō
verb
to dip

intolerabilis
intolerābilis
adjective
irresistible

intolerandus
intolerandus
adjective
insupportable

intolerans
intolerāns
adjective
not enduring

intoleranter
intoleranter
adverb
intolerably

intolerantia
intolerantia
noun
insufferableness

intono
intonō
verb
to thunder

intonsus
intōnsus
adjective
unshorn

intorqueo
intorqueō
verb
to twist

intra
intrā
adverb
on the inside

intra
intrā
preposition
within

intrabilis
intrābilis
adjective
inaccessible

intractabilis
intrāctābilis
adjective
unmanageable

intractatus
intrāctātus
adjective
not managed

intremo
intremō
verb
to tremble

intrepide
intrepidē
adverb
undauntedly

intrepidus
intrepidus
adjective
unshaken

intritus
intrītus
adjective
not worn out

intro
intrō
adverb
to the inside

intro
intrō
verb
to go into

introduco
intrōdūcō
verb
to lead in

introductio
intrōductiō
noun
a leading in

introductus
intrōductus
participle
p. of introduco

introeo
introeō
verb
to go in

introfero
intrōferō
verb
to carry in

introgredior
intrōgredior
verb
to step in

introitus
introitus
noun
a going in

introlatus
intrōlātus
participle
p. of introfero

intromitto
intrōmittō
verb
to send in

introrsum
intrōrsum
adverb
towards the inside

introrsus
intrōrsus
adverb
inwards

introrumpo
intrōrumpō
verb
to break in

introspicio
intrōspiciō
verb
to look into

intrudo
intrūdō
verb
to thrust in

intueor
intueor
verb
to look upon

intumesco
intumēscō
verb
to swell up

intumulatus
intumulātus
adjective
unburied

intumus
intumus
adjective
inmost

intuor
intuor
verb
to gaze upon

inturbidus
inturbidus
adjective
undisturbed

intus
intus
adverb
on the inside

intutus
intūtus
adjective
unguarded

inula
inula
noun
elecampane

inultus
inultus
adjective
without satisfaction

inumbro
inumbrō
verb
to overshadow

inunctus
inūnctus
participle
p. of inunguo

inundo
inundō
verb
to overflow

inungungo
inungungō
verb
to anoint

inunguo
inunguō
verb
to anoint

inurbane
inurbāne
adverb
inelegantly

inurbanus
inurbānus
adjective
rustic

inuro
inūrō
verb
to burn in

inusitate
inūsitātē
adverb
unwontedly

inusitatus
inūsitātus
adjective
unusual

inustus
inūstus
participle
p. of inuro

inutilis
inūtilis
adjective
useless

inutilitas
inūtilitās
noun
hurtfulness

inutiliter
inūtiliter
adverb
to no purpose

Inuus
Inuus
noun
an old name of Lupercus (Pan)

invado
invādō
verb
to go into

invalesco
invalēscō
verb
to become strong

invalidus
invalidus
adjective
not strong

invasus
invāsus
participle
p. of invado

invectio
invectiō
noun
an importing

inveho
invehō
verb
to carry in

invenio
inveniō
verb
to come upon

inventio
inventiō
noun
the faculty of invention

inventor
inventor
noun
a contriver

inventrix
inventrīx
noun
she that finds out

inventum
inventum
noun
an acquisition

inventus
inventus
participle
p. of invenio

invenustus
invenustus
adjective
without charm

inverecundus
inverēcundus
adjective
without shame

invergo
invergō
verb
to incline

inversio
inversiō
noun
an inversion

inversus
inversus
participle
p. of inverto

inverto
invertō
verb
to turn upside down

invesperascit
invesperāscit
verb
impers

investigatio
investīgātiō
noun
a searching into

investigator
investīgātor
noun
he that searches into

investigo
investīgō
verb
to track

inveterasco
inveterāscō
verb
to grow old

inveteratio
inveterātiō
noun
an inveterate disease

inveteratus
inveterātus
adjective
inveterate

invetero
inveterō
verb
to make old

invicem
invicem
adverb
by turns

invictus
invīctus
adjective
[with sup] unconquered

invidendus
invidendus
adjective
enviable

invidens
invidēns
adjective
envious

invidentia
invidentia
noun
envy

invideo
invideō
verb
to look askance at

invidia
invidia
noun
envy

invidiose
invidiōsē
adverb
enviously

invidiosus
invidiōsus
adjective
full of envy

invidus
invidus
adjective
envious

invigilo
invigilō
verb
to watch over

inviolabilis
inviolābilis
adjective
inviolable

inviolate
inviolātē
adverb
inviolably

inviolatus
inviolātus
adjective
unhurt

invisitatus
invīsitātus
adjective
unseen

inviso
invīsō
verb
to look after

invisus
invīsus
adjective
hated

invisus
invīsus
adjective
unseen

invitamentum
invītāmentum
noun
an invitation

invitatio
invītātiō
noun
an invitation

invitatus
invītātus
noun
an inviting

invite
īnvītē
adverb
against one's will

invito
invītō
verb
to invite

invitus
invītus
adjective
against the will

invius
invius
adjective
without a road

invocatus
invocātus
participle
p. of invoco

invocatus
invocātus
adjective
uncalled

invoco
invocō
verb
to call upon

involatus
involātus
noun
a flying

involito
involitō
verb
to fly over

involneratus
involnerātus
adjective
unwounded

involo
involō
verb
to fly at

involucrum
involūcrum
noun
a wrapper

involutus
involūtus
adjective
involved

involvo
involvō
verb
to roll

invorto
invortō
cross-reference

invorto
invortō
verb
to turn upside down

invulneratus
invulnerātus
adjective
unwounded

invulneratus
invulnerātus
cross-reference

io
interjection
interj

iocatio
iocātiō
noun
a joking

iocor
iocor
verb
to jest

iocose
iocōsē
adverb
jestingly

iocosus
iocōsus
adjective
full of jesting

iocularis
ioculāris
adjective
facetious

iocularius
ioculārius
adjective
ludicrous

ioculator
ioculātor
noun
a jester

ioculor
ioculor
verb
to jest

iocund
iōcund
cross-reference

iocunde
iōcundē
adverb
agreeably

iocunditas
iōcunditās
noun
agreeableness

iocundus
iōcundus
adjective
pleasant

iocur
iocur
noun
the liver

iocus
iocus
noun
a jest

iota
iōta
noun
indec.

ipse
ipse
pronoun
himself

ipsemet
ipsemet
cross-reference

ipsus
ipsus
cross-reference

ira
īra
noun
anger

iracunde
īrācundē
adverb
angrily

iracundia
īrācundia
noun
a proneness to anger

iracundus
īrācundus
adjective
irascible

irascor
īrāscor
verb
to be angry

irate
īrātē
adverb
angrily

iratus
īrātus
adjective
angered

irer
īrr
cross-reference
infin. of eo_

Iris
Īris
noun
the goddess of the rainbow

ironia
īrōnīa
noun
irony

irr
irr
cross-reference

irraucesco
irraucēscō
verb
to become hoarse

irreligatus
irreligātus
adjective
unbound

irreligiose
irreligiōsē
adverb
impiously

irreligiosus
irreligiōsus
adjective
irreligious

irremeabilis
irremeābilis
adjective
not to be retraced

irreparabilis
irreparābilis
adjective
irreparable

irrepertus
irrepertus
adjective
undiscovered

irrepo
irrēpō
verb
to creep in

irreprehensus
irreprehēnsus
adjective
blameless

irrequietus
irrequiētus
adjective
unquiet

irresectus
irresectus
adjective
uncut

irresolutus
irresolūtus
adjective
not loosened

irretio
irrētiō
verb
to catch in a net

irretortus
irretortus
adjective
not turned back

irreverentia
irreverentia
noun
irreverence

irrevocabilis
irrevocābilis
adjective
not to be recalled

irrevocatus
irrevocātus
adjective
not called back

irrideo
irrīdeō
verb
to laugh at

irridicule
irrīdiculē
adverb
without wit

irrigatio
irrigātiō
noun
a watering

irrigo
irrigō
verb
to water

irriguus
irriguus
adjective
watering

irrisio
irrīsiō
noun
a deriding

irrisor
irrīsor
noun
a derider

irrisus
irrīsus
noun
a scoffing

irritabilis
irrītābilis
adjective
excitable

irritamen
irrītāmen
noun
an incitement

irritamentum
irrītāmentum
noun
an incitement

irritatio
irrītātiō
noun
an incitement

irrito
irrītō
verb
to incite

irritus
irritus
adjective
undecided

irrogatio
irrogātiō
noun
an imposing

irrogo
irrogō
verb
[in law] to propose in opposition

irroro
irrōrō
verb
to bedew

irrumatio
irrumātiō
noun
oral sex

irrumo
irrumō
verb
to make someone perform oral sex

irrumpo
irrumpō
verb
to break in

irruo
irruō
verb
to rush in

irruptio
irruptiō
noun
a breaking in

irruptus
irruptus
adjective
unbroken

irruptus
irruptus
participle
p. of inrumpo

is
is
pronoun
this

istac
istāc
adverb
there

istaec
istaec
cross-reference

iste
iste
pronoun
[Referring to that which is at hand or present to the person addressed] this

Isthmium
Isthmium
noun
the Isthmian games (every five years near Corinth)

Isthmos
Isthmos
noun
the Isthmus of Corinth

Isthmus
Isthmus
noun
the Isthmus of Corinth

isti
istī
cross-reference
there (Ribb.)

istic
istīc
adverb
there

istic
istic
pronoun
referring to that which is at hand or related to the person addressed

istinc
istinc
adverb
from there

istius modi
istīus modī
cross-reference

isto
istō
adverb
thither

istoc
istōc
adverb
thither

istorsum
istōrsum
adverb
thitherwards

istuc
istūc
adverb
thither

ita
ita
adverb
[in general referring to what precedes] in this manner

Italicus
Ītalicus
noun
of Italy

Italis
Ītalis
noun
of Italy

Italus
Ītalus
noun
of Italy

itaque
itaque
conjunction
and so

item
item
adverb
likewise

iter
iter
noun
a going

iteratio
iterātiō
noun
a repetition

itero
iterō
verb
to do a second time

iterum
iterum
adverb
again

itidem
itidem
adverb
in like manner

itio
itiō
noun
a going

ito
itō
verb
to go

itus
itus
noun
a going away

itus
itus
cross-reference

iuba
iuba
noun
a mane

iubar
iubar
noun
radiance

iubatus
iubātus
adjective
crested

iubeo
iubeō
verb
to order

iucunde
iūcundē
adverb
agreeably

iucunditas
iūcunditās
noun
agreeableness

iucundus
iūcundus
adjective
pleasant

Iudaeicus
Iūdaeicus
adjective
jewish

Iudaicus
Iūdaicus
adjective
jewish

iudex
iūdex
noun
a judge

iudicatio
iūdicātiō
noun
a judging

iudicatum
iūdicātum
noun
a decision

iudicatus
iūdicātus
adjective
decided

iudicatus
iūdicātus
noun
a judgeship

iudicialis
iūdiciālis
adjective
of a court of justice

iudiciarius
iūdiciārius
adjective
of the courts

iudicium
iūdicium
noun
a judgment

iudico
iūdicō
verb
to examine judicially

iugalis
iugālis
adjective
of a yoke

Iugarius
Iugārius
adjective
of Iuno Iuga (goddess of marriage)

iugatio
iugātiō
noun
a binding

iugatus
iugātus
adjective
connected

iugerum
iūgerum
noun
an acre

iugis
iūgis
adjective
joined together

iugis
iūgis
adjective
fresh

iuglans
iūglāns
noun
a walnut

iugo
iugō
verb
to bind

iugosus
iugōsus
adjective
mountainous

iugulo
iugulō
verb
to cut the throat

iugulum
iugulum
noun
the collar-bone

iugum
iugum
noun
a yoke

Iuleus
Iūlēus
adjective
named from Iulus

Iulius
Iūlius
adjective
Julian

iumentum
iūmentum
noun
a beast for hauling

iunceus
iunceus
adjective
made of rushes

iuncosus
iuncōsus
adjective
full of rushes

iunctio
iūnctiō
noun
a joining

iunctura
iūnctūra
noun
a joining

iunctus
iūnctus
adjective
united

iuncus
iuncus
noun
a rush

iungo
iungō
verb
to join together

iunior
iūnior
adjective
younger

iuniperus
iūniperus
noun
the juniper-tree

Iuno
Iūnō
noun
a daughter of Saturn

Iunonalis
Iūnōnālis
adjective
of Juno

Iunonicola
Iūnōnicola
noun
a worshipper of Juno

Iunonigena
Iūnōnigena
noun
born of Juno

Iunonius
Iūnōnius
adjective
of Juno

Iupiter
Iūpiter
noun
Jupiter

Iuppiter
Iuppiter
noun
Jupiter

iurator
iūrātor
noun
a swearer

iuratus
iūrātus
adjective
sworn

iure
iūre
cross-reference

iureconsultus
iūrecōnsultus
cross-reference

iurgium
iūrgium
noun
a quarrel

iurgo
iūrgō
verb
to quarrel

iuridicialis
iūridiciālis
adjective
relating to right

iuris consultus
iūris cōnsultus
cross-reference
a lawyer

iurisdictio
iūrisdictiō
cross-reference

iuris peritus
iūris perītus
cross-reference
learned in the law

iuro
iūrō
verb
to swear

iuror
iūror
verb
[see iuro and iuratus]

ius
iūs
noun
broth

ius
iūs
noun
that which is binding

iusiurandum
iūsiūrandum
noun
an oath

iusso
iūssō
cross-reference

iussum
iūssum
noun
an order

iussus
iūssus
noun
[only abl. sing.] an order

iussus
iūssus
participle
p. of iubeo

iuste
iūstē
adverb
rightly

iustificus
iūstificus
adjective
that acts justly

iustitia
iūstitia
noun
justice

iustitium
iūstitium
noun
a suspension of the courts

iustus
iūstus
adjective
just

iutus
iūtus
participle
p. of iuvo

iuvenalis
iuvenālis
adjective
youthful

iuvenaliter
iuvenāliter
adverb
in a youthful manner

iuvenca
iuvenca
noun
a young cow

iuvencus
iuvencus
noun
a young bullock

iuvenesco
iuvenēscō
verb
to attain youth

iuvenilis
iuvenīlis
adjective
of youth

iuveniliter
iuvenīliter
adverb
after the manner of youth

iuvenis
iuvenis
adjective
young

iuvenor
iuvenor
verb
to act with youthful indiscretion

iuventa
iuventa
noun
the age of youth

iuventas
iuventās
noun
the age of youth

iuventus
iuventūs
noun
the age of youth

iuvo
iuvō
verb
to help

iuxta
iūxtā
preposition
very near

iuxta
iūxtā
adverb
near to

IV
IV
adverb
for the fourth time

iv
iv
adjective
[numeral] four

iv
iv
adverb
for the fourth time

IVvir
IVvir
noun
a commission of four members

ix
ix
adjective
nine

 
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