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i
ī
noun
a little beak

i
ī
noun
pertaining to the navy

i
ī
noun
a Greek epithet of wormwood

i
ī
cross-reference

i
ī
noun
an elephant

i
ī
noun
The Aventine

i
ī
noun
a cognomen of

I
I
cross-reference

i
ī
noun
the name of a slave

Iacchus
Iacchus
noun
A poetic and mystical appellation of Bacchus

Iader
Iāder
noun
a city of Illyria

Iadera
Iādera
noun
a city of Illyria

Iadertinus
Iādertīnus
noun
the inhabitants of ladera

Iaera
Iaera
noun
a sea-nymph

Ialysius
Iālysius
adjective
of lalysus

Ialysus
Iālysus
prefix
A son of the fourth Sol

iambelegus
iambelegus
adjective
consisting of an iambic measure

iambeus
iambēus
adjective
iambic

iambicinus
iambicinus
adjective
iambic

iambicus
iambicus
adjective
iambic

Iamblichus
Iamblichus
noun
an Arabian emir

iambus
iambus
noun
an iambic foot

Iamida
Iamida
noun
the descendants of Iamus

Iamphoryna
Iamphorȳna
noun
the capital of the Maedi in Macedonia

Iamphorynina
Iamphorȳnīna
noun
the capital of the Maedi in Macedonia

Iamphorynynna
Iamphorȳnynna
noun
the capital of the Maedi in Macedonia

Ianthe
Ianthē
noun
daughter of Telestes

ianthinum
ianthinum
noun
violet-colored garments

ianthinum
ianthinum
noun
the color violet

ianthinus
ianthinus
adjective
violet-blue

ianthis
ianthis
noun
a violet-colored flower

Iapetides
Iāpetidēs
noun
a player on the cithara

Iapetionides
Īapetīonidēs
noun
a male descendant of Iapetus

Iapetus
Īapetus
noun
a Titan

Iapis
Iāpis
noun
the physician of Aeneas

Iapudia
Iāpudia
cross-reference
the country of the Iapydes

Iapydia
Iāpydia
cross-reference
the country of the Iapydes

Iapydis
Iāpydis
noun
a people of Illyria

Iapygeus
Iāpygēus
noun
the wind usually called

Iapygeus
Iapygēus
cross-reference

Iapygia
Iāpygia
noun
that part of Southern Italy

Iapygius
Iāpygius
adjective
Iapygian

Iapys
Iāpys
adjective
of or belonging to the Iapydes

Iapyx
Iāpyx
adjective
Iapygian

Iapyx
Iāpyx
noun
a son of Daedalus

Iarartes
Iarartēs
noun
a river of Central Asia

Iarba
Iarba
noun
a king of Mauritania

Iarbas
Iarbās
noun
a king of Mauritania

Iarbita
Iarbīta
noun
a Mauritanian

Iardanis
Iardanis
noun
the daughter of Iardanus

Iasides
Īasidēs
noun
a male descendant of Iasius

Iasides
Īasidēs
noun

Iasion
Īasion
cross-reference

Iasion
Īasion
cross-reference

iasione
īasiōnē
noun
a plant bearing a white flower

Iasis
Īasis
noun

Iasis
Īasis
noun
the daughter of Iasius

Iasius
Iāsius
adjective
of or belonging to Iassus

Iasius
Īasius
adjective
of or belonging to Iasius

Iasius
Īasius
adjective
Of or belonging to Iasius

Iasius
Īasius
noun
Son of Jupiter and Electra

Iaso
Iāsō
noun
Jason

Iason
Iāsōn
noun
Jason

Iasonides
Iāsonidēs
noun
a male descendant of Jason

Iasonius
Iāsonius
adjective
of or belonging to Jason

iaspachates
iaspachātēs
noun
a sort of agate

iaspideus
iaspidēus
adjective
of the jasper kind

iaspis
iaspis
noun
a green - colored precious stone

iaspius
iaspius
adjective
of jasper

iasponyx
iasponyx
noun
a sort of jasper

Iassensis
Iassensis
noun
the inhabitants of Iassus

Iassius
Iassius
adjective
of or belonging to Iassus

Iassus
Iassus
noun
an ancient and wealthy town on the coast of Caria

Iasus
Iāsus
noun
an ancient and wealthy town on the coast of Caria

iatraleptice
iātralepticē
noun
the art of healing with ointments

iatralipta
iātralipta
noun
a physician who cures by anointing

iatraliptes
iātraliptēs
noun
a physician who cures by anointing

iatraliptice
iātralipticē
noun
the art of healing with ointments

iatromea
iātromēa
noun
the art of healing with ointments

iatronices
iātronīcēs
noun
the conqueror of physicians

Iazygis
Iāzygis
noun
a sarmatian people on the Danube

Ib
Ib
prefix
the river Iberus in Spain

Iber
Iber
cross-reference

Iberes
Ibēres
noun

Iberia
Ibēria
noun
the country of Iberia

Iberia
Ibēria
noun
Iberia

Iberiacus
Ibēriacus
adjective
Iberic

Ibericus
Ibēricus
adjective
Iberic

iberis
ibēris
noun
a kind of cress

Iberis
Ibēris
noun
Iberians

Iberus
Ibērus
noun
the Iberians

Iberus
Ibērus
cross-reference

Iberus
Ibērus
adjective
of or belonging to the Iberians

ibex
ībex
noun
a kind of goat

ibi
ibī
adverb
in that place

ibidem
ibīdem
adverb
in the same place

ibis
ībis
noun
a bird held sacred by the Egyptians

ibiscum
ibiscum
noun

ibrida
ībrida
noun

ibrida
ibrida
noun
a mongrel

ibus
ibus
cross-reference

Ibycus
Ībycus
noun
A Greek lyric poet of Rhegium

Icadion
Īcadion
cross-reference
A son of Apollo

Icadius
Īcadius
noun
a notorious robber

Icaria
Īcaria
noun
an island in the Icarian sea

Icariotis
Īcariōtis
noun

Icariotis
Īcariōtis
noun
the daughter of Icarus

Icaris
Īcaris
noun
the daughter of Icarus

Icaris
Īcaris
noun

Icarium
Īcarium
noun

Icarius
Īcarius
adjective
of or belonging to Icarus

Icarius
Īcarius
adjective
of or belonging to Icarus

Icaros
Īcaros
cross-reference

Icaros
Icaros
noun

Icarus
Īcarus
noun
A son of Daedalus

icas
īcas
noun
the twentieth day of the month

iccirco
iccirco
adverb
on that account

iccirco
iccircō
adverb

Iccius
Iccius
cross-reference
a port of the Morini

Iccius
Iccius
noun
a Roman proper name

Icelos
Icelos
noun
a son of Somnus

Icenus
Icēnus
noun
a people in the southeastern part of Great Britain

ichneumon
ichneumōn
noun
An animal which tracks the crocodile and destroys its eggs

Ichnobates
Ichnobatēs
noun
one of Actaeon's hounds

ichnographia
ichnographia
noun
a ground-plot

Ichnusa
Ichnūsa
noun
a very ancient name of the island of Sardinia

ichthyocolla
ichthyocolla
noun
A kind of sturgeon

Ichthyophagus
Ichthyophagus
noun
the name of several nations living upon fish

Icilius
Icilius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

icio
īciō
cross-reference
pres

icio
iciō
cross-reference
pres

ico
icō
cross-reference
pres

ico
īcō
cross-reference
pres

icon
īcon
noun
an image

iconicus
īconicus
adjective
of or belonging to an image

iconismus
īconismus
noun
an imaging

Iconium
Īconium
noun
a city of Lycaonia

icosaprotia
īcosaprōtia
noun
the dignity of the

icosaprotus
īcosaprōtus
noun
the twenty chief councilmen

icterias
icterias
noun
a precious stone

ictericus
ictericus
noun
ill of the jaundice

ictericus
ictericus
noun
persons suffering with jaundice

icterus
icterus
noun
a yellow bird

ictis
ictis
noun
a kind of weasel

ictus
ictus
noun
a blow

ictus
ictus
adjective

icuncula
īcuncula
noun
a small image or figure

Ida
Īda
noun
A high mountain in Crete

Idaeus
Īdaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Mount lda

Idaeus
Īdaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Ida

Idaeus
Īdaeus
noun
A herald and charioteer of Priam

Idalia
Īdalia
noun

Idalie
Īdaliē
noun
Venus

Idalium
Īdalium
noun
a mountaincity in Cyprus

Idalius
Īdalius
noun

Idas
Īdās
noun
Son of Aphareus

idcirco
idcircō
adverb
on that account

Ide
Īdē
noun
A high mountain in Crete

idea
idea
noun
idea

idealis
ideālis
adjective
existing in idea

idem
īdem
pronoun
the same

identidem
identidem
adverb
repeatedly

ideo
ideō
adverb
for that reason

idiographus
idiographus
adjective
written with one's own hand

idioma
idiōma
noun
a peculiarity in language

idiota
idiōta
noun
an uneducated

idioticus
idiōticus
adjective
uneducated

idiotismus
idiōtismus
noun
the common or vulgar manner of speaking

Idisiaviso
Idisiavisō
cross-reference
a plain bordering on the Visurgis

Idistaviso
Idistavisō
cross-reference
a plain bordering on the Visurgis

Idmon
Idmōn
noun
The father of Arachne

Idmonius
Idmonius
adjective
of or related to Idmon

idoleum
īdōlēum
noun
an idol-temple

idolicus
īdōlicus
adjective
of or belonging to idols

idolium
īdōlīum
noun

idololatres
īdōlolatrēs
noun
an idol-worshipper

idololatria
īdōlolatrīa
noun
idol-worship

idololatris
īdōlolātris
noun
she who worships idols

idololatris
īdōlolatris
noun
she who worships idols

idolon
īdōlon
noun
an image

idolothytus
īdōlothytus
adjective
of or belonging to sacrifices to idols

idolum
īdōlum
noun
an image

Idomeneus
Īdomeneus
noun
a king of Crete

Idomenius
Idomenius
adjective
pertaining to the Macedonian city

idonee
idōneē
adverb
fitly

idoneitas
idōneitās
noun
fitness

idoneus
idōneus
adjective
fit

idos
īdos
noun
a form

Ids
Īds
noun
one of the three days in each month from which the other days were reckoned in the Roman calendar

idulis
īdūlis
adjective
belonging to the Ides

Idumaea
Idūmaea
noun
a region of Palestine

Idumaeus
Idūmaeus
noun

Idume
Idūmē
noun

iduo
īduō
verb

Idyia
Idyia
noun
the wife of Aee_tes and mother of Medea

Idyllium
Īdyllium
noun
an Idyl

Ierna
Ierna
noun
the island now called Ireland

Ierne
Iernē
noun
the island now called Ireland

Iesus
Iēsus
noun
Jesus Christ

Iesus
Iēsus
noun
Jesus

Ieta
Iēta
noun
the inhabitants of

Igilium
Igilium
noun
a small island in the Tyrrhene Sea

igitur
igitur
conjunction
then

ignarus
ignārus
adjective
ignorant

ignave
ignāvē
adverb
sluggishly

ignavesco
ignāvescō
verb
to grow inactive or slothful

ignavia
ignāvia
noun
inactivity

ignavio
ignāviō
verb
to render inactive

ignaviter
ignāviter
adverb
sluggishly

ignavus
ignāvus
adjective
inactive

ignefacio
ignefaciō
verb
to make fiery

igneolus
igneolus
adjective
fiery

ignesco
ignescō
verb
to take fire

igneus
igneus
adjective
of fire

ignia
ignia
cross-reference

igniarium
igniārium
noun
an implement for producing fire

igniarius
igniārius
adjective
of or belonging to fire

ignicans
ignicans
adjective
flaming

ignicolor
ignicolor
adjective
fire-colored

ignicolorus
ignicolōrus
adjective
fire-colored

ignicomans
ignicomans
adjective
having fiery hair

ignicomus
ignicomus
adjective
fieryhaired

igniculus
igniculus
noun
a small fire

ignifer
ignifer
adjective
fire-bearing

ignifluus
ignifluus
adjective
flowing with fire

Ignigena
Ignigena
noun
the fire-born

ignigenus
ignigenus
adjective
producing fire

igninus
ignīnus
noun
a fireman

igninus
ignīnus
adjective
standing in the fire

ignio
igniō
verb
to ignite

ignipes
ignipes
adjective
fieryfooted

Ignipotens
Ignipotens
adjective
potent in fire

Ignipotens
Ignipotens
adjective

ignis
ignis
noun
fire

ignispicium
ignispicium
noun
a divining from fire

ignitabulum
ignītābulum
noun
an implement for producing fire

ignitulus
ignītulus
adjective
somewhat fiery

ignitus
ignītus
adjective
fiery

ignitus
ignītus
adjective

ignivagus
ignivagus
adjective
spreading like fire

ignivomus
ignivomus
adjective
vomiting fire

ignobilis
ignōbilis
adjective
unknown

ignobilitas
ignōbilitās
noun
Want of fame

ignobiliter
ignōbiliter
adverb
meanly

ignominia
ignōminia
noun
disgrace

ignominiatus
ignōminiātus
adjective
disgraced

ignominiose
ignōminiōsē
adverb

ignominiosus
ignōminiōsus
noun
person branded with ignominy

ignominiosus
ignōminiōsus
adjective
disgraceful

ignorabilis
ignōrābilis
adjective
unknown

ignorabiliter
ignōrābiliter
adverb
in an unknown manner

ignorans
ignōrans
adjective
not knowing

ignorans
ignōrans
adjective

ignoranter
ignōranter
adverb
ignorantly

ignorantia
ignōrantia
noun
want of knowledge or information

ignoratio
ignōrātiō
noun
want of knowledge or acquaintance

ignoro
ignōrō
verb
not to know

ignoscens
ignoscens
adjective

ignoscens
ignoscens
adjective
forgiving

ignoscentia
ignoscentia
noun
pardon

ignoscibilis
ignoscibilis
adjective
pardonable

ignosco
ignoscō
verb
to pardon

ignotum
ignōtum
noun
that which is unknown

ignotus
ignōtus
adjective

ignotus
ignōtus
adjective
unknown

Iguini
Iguinī
adverb

Iguvinats
Īguvināts
noun
its inhabitants

Iguvinus
Īguvīnus
noun
its inhabitants

Iguvium
Īguvium
noun
a city of Umbria

ile
īle
noun
that part of the abdomen which extends from the lowest ribs to the pubes

ileos
īleos
noun
a severe kind of colic

Ilerda
Ilerda
noun
a city in Hispania Tarraconensis on the Sicoris

Ilerdensis
Ilerdensis
noun
The inhabitants of Ilerda

Ilergaos
Ilergāos
noun
a people of Hispania Tarraconensis

Ilergavonensis
Ilergavonensis
noun
a people of Hispania Tarraconensis

Ilergetis
Ilergētis
noun
a people of Hispania Tarraconensis

ileum
īleum
noun
that part of the abdomen which extends from the lowest ribs to the pubes

ilex
īlex
noun
a kind of oak

Ilia
Īlia
noun
a poetical name of

Iliacus
Īliacus
adjective
Homer's Iliad

iliacus
īliacus
noun
sufferers from colic

iliacus
īliacus
adjective
relating to the colic

Iliacus
Īliacus
adjective

Iliades
Īliadēs
noun
the Trojan

Iliades
Īliadēs
noun
son of Ilia

Iliades
Īliades
noun
A Trojan

Iliadis
Īliadis
noun
Trojan women or girls

Ilias
Īlias
noun
The Trojan woman

Ilias
Īlias
noun

Iliberi
Iliberī
adverb

Iliberi
Iliberī
noun
a city of Hispania Baetica

ilicet
īlicet
adverb
you may go

ilicetum
īlicētum
noun
a grove of holmoaks

iliceus
īliceus
adjective
of holm-oak

ilico
īlicō
adverb
in that very place

ilico
ilicō
cross-reference

Iliensis
Īliensis
noun

Iliensis
Iliensis
noun
a people in Sardinia

Iliensis
Īliensis
noun
inhabitants of Ilium

iligneus
īligneus
adjective
of holmoak

ilignus
īlignus
adjective
of holm-oak

Ilion
Īlion
noun
a poetical name for

Iliona
Īliona
noun
the eldest daughter of Priam

Ilione
Īlionē
noun
the eldest daughter of Priam

Ilioneus
Īlioneus
noun
The youngest son of Niobe

Ilios
Ilios
noun

Ilios
Īlios
noun
a later Ilium

iliosus
īliōsus
noun
one who suffers with the colic

Ilipa
Ilipa
noun
a city of Hispania Baetica

Ilithyia
Īlīthyia
noun
the goddess of the Greeks who aided women in childbirth

Ilium
Īlium
noun
a poetical name for

ilium
īlium
noun
that part of the abdomen which extends from the lowest ribs to the pubes

Ilius
Īlius
adjective
of or belonging to Ilium

Ilius
Īlius
noun
the Trojans

Ilius
Ilius
adjective

illa
illa
adverb

illa
illā
cross-reference
in that way

illabefactus
illabefactus
adjective
unshaken

illabor
illābor
verb
to fall

illaboratus
illabōrātus
adjective
not labored

illaboro
illabōrō
verb
to work upon

illac
illac
adverb
that way

illacerabilis
illacerābilis
adjective
that cannot be torn

illacessitus
illacessītus
adjective
unprovoked

illacrimabilis
illacrimābilis
adjective
Unwept

illacrimor
illacrimor
verb
to weep at or over

illacrimor
illacrimor
verb
to weep at or over

illactenus
illactenus
adverb
so far

illactenus
illactenus
adverb

illaese
illaesē
adverb
without hurt

illaesibilis
illaesibilis
adjective
that cannot be hurt

illaesus
illaesus
adjective
unhurt

illaetabilis
illaetābilis
adjective
cheerless

illaevigatus
illaevigātus
adjective

illaevigatus
illaevigātus
adjective
not smooth

illamentatus
illāmentātus
adjective
unmourned

illapsus
illapsus
adjective

illapsus
illapsus
noun
a falling

illaqueatum
illaqueātum
cross-reference

illaqueo
illaqueō
verb
to ensnare

illargio
illargiō
verb
to give to

illatabilis
illātābilis
adjective
without breadth

illatebro
illatēbrō
verb
to hide in a corner or lurking-place

illatebro
illatebrō
verb
to hide in a corner or lurking-place

illatenus
illātenus
adverb
so far

illatio
illātiō
noun
a carrying or bringing in

illativum
illātīvum
cross-reference
an inference

illativus
illātīvus
adjective
inferring

illatro
illātrō
verb
to bark at

illatus
illātus
adjective

illaudabilis
illaudābilis
adjective
not worthy of praise

illaudandus
illaudandus
adjective
not praiseworthy

illaudatus
illaudātus
adjective
not praised

illautus
illautus
adjective

illautus
illautus
adjective
unwashed

ille
ille
pronoun
that

illecebra
illecebra
noun
an enticement

illecebro
illecebrō
verb
to entice

illecebrose
illecebrōsē
adverb
enticingly

illecebrosus
illecebrōsus
adjective
full of allurement

illectamentum
illectāmentum
noun
means of allurement

illectatio
illectātiō
noun
an attraction

illectio
illectiō
noun
allurement

illecto
illectō
verb
to allure

illectus
illectus
adjective
Not collected

illectus
illectus
adjective

illectus
illectus
noun
an allurement

illegitime
illēgitimē
adverb
unlawfully

illegitimus
illēgitimus
adjective
unlawful

illepide
illepidē
adverb
impolitely

illepidus
illepidus
adjective
impolite

illevigatus
illēvigātus
adjective
not smooth

illex
illex
adjective
without law

illex
illex
noun
alluring

illi
illī
adverb
in that place

illibabilis
illībābilis
adjective
incapable of diminution

illibatus
illībātus
adjective
undiminished

illiberalis
illīberālis
adjective
unworthy of a freeman

illiberalitas
illīberālitās
noun
conduct unworthy of a freeman

illiberaliter
illīberāliter
adverb
ignobly

Illiberi
Illiberī
noun
a city of Hispania Baetica

illiberis
illīberis
adjective
without children

Illiberri
Illiberrī
noun
a city of Hispania Baetica

illic
illic
adverb
in that place

illic
illic
cross-reference
He

illicibilis
illicibilis
adjective
seductive

illicine
illicine
cross-reference

illicio
illiciō
verb
to allure

illicitator
illicitātor
noun
one who bids at an auction to make others bid higher

illicite
illicitē
adverb
in a forbidden or unlawful manner

illicitus
illicitus
adjective
not allowed

illicium
illicium
noun
that which entices

illico
illico
adverb
in that very place

illico
illicō
cross-reference

illido
illīdō
verb
to strike or dash against or upon

illigamentum
illigāmentum
noun
a binding on

illigatio
illigātiō
noun
a binding

illigo
illigō
verb
to bind on

illim
illim
adverb
from that place

illimatus
illīmātus
adjective
fastened or attached by means of rich earth

illimis
illīmis
adjective
without mud or slime

illimitatus
illīmitātus
adjective
unlimited

illinc
illinc
adverb
from that place

illinimentum
illinīmentum
noun
a besmearing

illinio
illiniō
verb

illino
illinō
verb
to put on by smearing or spreading

illiquefactus
illiquefactus
adjective
melted

illiquorr
illīquor
verb
to flow into

illisio
illīsiō
noun
a striking or dashing against

illisus
illīsus
adjective

illisus
illīsus
noun
a striking or dashing against

illiteratus
illīterātus
adjective
Unlettered

illitteratus
illitterātus
adjective
Unlettered

illitus
illitus
noun
a bedaubing

illitus
illitus
adjective

illix
illix
noun
alluring

illo
illō
adverb
to that place

illoc
illoc
adverb
to that place

illoc
illoc
adverb

illocabilis
illocābilis
adjective
that cannot

illocalis
illocālis
adjective
not fixed in any place

illocaliter
illocāliter
adverb
independently of place

illorsum
illorsum
cross-reference

illotus
illōtus
adjective
unwashed

illubricans
illūbricans
adjective
moving in a slippery manner

illuc
illuc
adverb
to that place

illuceo
illūceō
verb
to shine in or on

illucesco
illūcescō
verb
to grow light

illucisco
illūciscō
verb
to grow light

illuctans
illuctans
adjective
struggling in or with

illucubratus
illūcubrātus
adjective
not composed by night

illuculasco
illūculascō
verb
to break

illudio
illūdiō
verb

illudium
illūdium
noun
illusions

illudium
illūdium
noun
a mockery

illudo
illūdō
verb
to play at or with

illuminabilis
illūminābilis
adjective
that can be illuminated

illuminate
illūminātē
adverb
clearly

illuminatio
illūminātiō
noun
a lighting up

illuminator
illūminātor
noun
an enlightener

illuminatrix
illūminātrix
noun
she who enlightens

illumino
illūminō
verb
to light up

illuminus
illūminus
adjective
without light

illunis
illūnis
adjective
moonless

illunius
illūnius
adjective

illuo
illuō
cross-reference

Illurgavonenses
Illurgavonenses
noun

Illurgavonensis
Illurgavonensis
adjective
of the Illurgavonenses

Illurgavonensis
Illurgavonensis
noun
a people of Hispania Tarraconensis

Illuricus
Illuricus
noun

Illuricus
Illuricus
adjective
of or belonging to the Illyrians

Illurius
Illurius
noun

illusio
illūsiō
noun
a mocking

illusor
illūsor
noun
a mocker

illusorius
illūsōrius
adjective
ironical

illustramentum
illustrāmentum
noun
an embellishment

illustratio
illustrātiō
noun
vivid representation

illustrator
illustrātor
noun
an enlightener

illustratus
illustrātus
noun
the dignity of an eminent man

illustre
illustrē
adverb

illustris
illustris
adjective
lighted up

illustro
illustrō
verb
to light up

illusus
illūsus
adjective

illutibarbus
illūtibarbus
adjective
with a filthy beard

illutilis
illūtilis
adjective
that cannot be washed out

illutus
illūtus
adjective
unwashed

illutus
illūtus
adjective

illuvies
illuviēs
noun
Dirt

illuviosus
illuviōsus
adjective
dirty

Illyria
Illyria
noun
the country of Illyria

Illyria
Illyria
noun
the country of Illyria

Illyricianus
Illyriciānus
adjective

Illyricum
Illyricum
noun
the country of Illyria

Illyricus
Illyricus
adjective
of or belonging to the Illyrians

Illyris
Illyris
adjective

Illyrius
Illyrius
adjective
of or belonging to the Illyrians

Illyrius
Illyrius
noun
a people on the Adriatic Sea

Ilota
Ilota
noun

Ilota
Ilōta
noun

ils
ils
noun

Ilurensis
Ilurensis
noun
an inhabitant of Iluro

Iluro
Ilurō
noun
a town in

Ilus
Īlus
noun
A son of Tros

Ilva
Ilva
noun
the modern Island of Elba

Ilvats
Ilvāts
noun
a Ligurian tribe

im
im
adverb

Imacarenses
Imacarenses
noun
the

Imacarensis
Imacarensis
adjective
of Imachara

Imacharensis
Imacharensis
noun
the

Imacharensis
Imacharensis
adjective
of Imachara

imaginabilis
imāginābilis
adjective
conceivable

imaginabundus
imāginābundus
adjective
that represents or pictures to himself

imaginalis
imāginālis
adjective
figurative

imaginaliter
imāgināliter
adverb
figuratively

imaginarie
imāgināriē
adverb

imaginarius
imāginārius
adjective
Of or belonging to images

imaginarius
imaginarius
noun
the bearer of the emperor's image

imaginatio
imāginātiō
noun
a mental image

imagineus
imāgineus
adjective
of or belonging to an image

imaginifer
imāginifer
noun
an image-bearer

imaginor
imāginor
verb
to picture to one's self

imagino
imāginō
verb
to give an image of

imaginosus
imāginōsus
adjective
full of fancies

imago
imāgō
noun
an imitation

imaguncula
imāguncula
noun
a little image

Imaus
Imaus
noun
a great chain of mountains in Asia

imbalnities
imbalnitiēs
noun
an unbathed condition

imbarbescere
imbarbescere
cross-reference

imbecille
imbēcillē
adverb
weakly

imbecillis
imbēcillis
adjective

imbecillis
imbēcillis
adjective
weak

imbecillitas
imbēcillitās
noun
weakness

imbecillosus
imbēcillōsus
adjective
feeble

imbecillus
imbēcillus
adjective
weak

imbellia
imbellia
noun
unfitness for war

imbellis
imbellis
adjective
unwarlike

imber
imber
adjective
rain

imberbis
imberbis
adjective
without a beard

imberbus
imberbus
adjective

imbibo
imbibō
verb
to drink in

imbito
imbītō
verb
to go into

imbonitas
imbonitās
noun
inconvenience

imbracteo
imbracteō
verb
to overlay with leafmetal

Imbrasides
Imbrasidēs
noun
Glaucus and Lades

Imbrasus
Imbrasus
noun
a companion of Aeneas

imbrex
imbrex
noun
a hollow tile

imbrialis
imbriālis
adjective
of or belonging to rain

imbricatim
imbricātim
adverb
in the form of a gutter-tile

Imbricitor
Imbricitor
noun
he who causes showers

imbricitur
imbricitur
cross-reference

imbrico
imbricō
verb
To cover with gutter-tiles

imbricus
imbricus
adjective
rainy

imbridus
imbridus
adjective
rainy

imbrifer
imbrifer
adjective
rain - bringing

imbrifico
imbrificō
verb
to rain upon

imbrilis
imbrīlis
adjective
of rain

Imbrius
Imbrius
adjective

Imbros
Imbros
noun
a small island in the Aegean Sea

imbrumari
imbrūmārī
cross-reference

Imbrus
Imbrus
noun
a small island in the Aegean Sea

imbubino
imbubinō
verb
to befoul

imbulbito
imbulbitō
verb

imbuo
imbuō
verb
to wet

imburvum
imburvum
cross-reference

imbutamentum
imbūtāmentum
noun
instruction

imbutus
imbūtus
adjective

imitabilis
imitābilis
adjective
that may be imitated

imitamen
imitāmen
noun
imitation

imitamentum
imitāmentum
noun
imitation

imitatio
imitātiō
noun
imitation

imitativus
imitātīvus
adjective
representing by imitation

imitator
imitātor
noun
an imitator

imitatorius
imitātōrius
adjective
secondary

imitatrix
imitātrix
noun
she that imitates

imitatus
imitātus
verb

imitatus
imitātus
noun
an imitation

imitor
imitor
verb
to imitate

imito
imitō
verb

imito
imitō
verb

imitus
īmitus
adverb
at or from the bottom

immaculabilis
immaculābilis
adjective
that cannot be stained

immaculatus
immaculātus
adjective
unstained

immaculo
immaculō
verb
to stain

immadesco
immadescō
verb
to become wet or moist

immadido
immadidō
verb
to moisten

immane
immāne
noun
frightful deeds or sayings

immane
immānē
adverb
Monstrously

immaneo
immaneō
verb
to remain in

immanifestus
immanifestus
adjective
not obvious

immanis
immānis
adjective
monstrous

immanitas
immānitās
noun
Monstrous size

immaniter
immāniter
adverb
Monstrously

immaniter
immāniter
adverb

immansuetus
immansuētus
adjective
untamed

immarcescibilis
immarcescibilis
adjective
unfading

immasticatus
immasticātus
adjective
not chewed

immature
immātūrē
adverb
untimely

immaturitas
immātūritās
noun
Unripeness

immaturus
immātūrus
adjective
untimely

immedicabilis
immedicābilis
adjective
incurable

immedicatus
immedicātus
adjective
painted

immeditate
immeditātē
adverb
without premeditation

immeditatus
immeditātus
adjective
unstudied

immeio
immēiō
verb
to make water into

immemor
immemor
noun
unmindful

immemorabilis
immemorābilis
adjective
unmentionable

immemoratio
immemorātiō
noun
unmindfulness

immemoratus
immemorātus
adjective
unmentioned

immemoria
immemoria
noun
unmindfulness

immemoris
immemoris
adjective

immendo
immendō
verb
to involve in a fault

immensitas
immensitās
noun
immeasurableness

immensum
immensum
noun
a boundless extent

immensum
immensum
adverb
without end

immensurabilis
immensūrābilis
adjective
immeasurable

immensuratus
immensūrātus
adjective
not measured

immensus
immensus
adjective
immeasurable

immeo
immeō
verb
to go into

immerens
immerens
adjective
undeserving

immerens
immerens
adjective
one who is innocent

immerenter
immerenter
adverb
undeservedly

immergo
immergō
verb
to dip

immerito
immeritō
adverb
undeservedly

immeritus
immeritus
adjective
undeserved

immersabilis
immersābilis
adjective
that cannot be sunk

immersio
immersiō
noun
a plunging into

immersus
immersus
adjective

immetatus
immētātus
adjective
unmeasured

immetuens
immetuens
cross-reference

immigro
immigrō
verb
to remove or go into

immigro
immīgrō
verb
to remove or go into

imminentia
imminentia
noun
imminence

immineo
immineō
verb
to project over or towards

imminuo
imminuō
verb
to lessen

imminutio
imminūtiō
noun
a lessening

imminutus
imminūtus
adjective
diminished

imminutus
imminūtus
adjective

imminutus
imminūtus
adjective
undiminished

immisceo
immisceō
verb
to mix in

immiserabilis
immiserābilis
adjective
unpitied

immisericordia
immisericordia
noun
pitilessness

immisericorditer
immisericorditer
adverb
unmercifully

immisericors
immisericors
adjective
pitiless

immiseror
immiseror
verb
to pity

immissarium
immissārium
noun
a cistern or reservoir

immissio
immissiō
noun
a letting in

immissus
immissus
noun
a letting in

immissus
immissus
adjective

immistus
immistus
adjective

immite
immīte
noun
barbarous acts

immite
immītē
adverb
rudely

immitigabilis
immītigābilis
adjective
that cannot be softened or allayed

immitis
immītis
adjective
not soft or mellow

immitto
immittō
verb
to send or let into

immixtus
immixtus
adjective
unmixed

immixtus
immixtus
adjective

immo
immō
adverb
on the contrary

immobilis
immōbilis
adjective
immovable

immobilitas
immōbilitās
noun
immovableness

immoderantia
immoderantia
noun
want of moderation

immoderate
immoderātē
adverb
without measure or rule

immoderatio
immoderātiō
noun
want of moderation

immoderatus
immoderātus
adjective
without measure

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

immoenis
immoenis
cross-reference

immolaticius
immolātīcius
adjective
of or for a sacrifice

immolatio
immolātiō
noun
a sacrificing

immolatius
immolātius
adjective
of or for a sacrifice

immolator
immolātor
noun
one who offers a sacrifice

immolitus
immōlītus
adjective
built up or erected

immolo
immolō
verb
to sprinkle

immoranter
immoranter
adverb

immordeo
immordeō
verb
to bite into

immorior
immorior
verb
to die in or upon

immoror
immoror
verb
to tarry or remain in

immorsus
immorsus
adjective

immortalis
immortālis
adjective
undying

immortalitas
immortālitās
noun
exemption from death

immortaliter
immortāliter
adverb
infinitely

immortalitus
immortālitus
adverb
from heaven

immortals
immortāls
noun
the immortals

immortuus
immortuus
adjective

immotus
immōtus
adjective
unmoved

immugio
immūgiō
verb
to bellow

immulgeo
immulgeō
verb
to milk into

immunda
immunda
noun
unclean women

immundabilis
immundābilis
adjective
that cannot be cleansed

immunde
immundē
adverb
impurely

immunditia
immunditia
noun
uncleanness

immundities
immunditiēs
noun

immundo
immundō
verb
to defile

immundus
immundus
adjective
unclean

immunificus
immūnificus
adjective
not liberal

immunio
immūniō
verb
to fortify

immunis
immūnis
adjective
free or exempt from a public service

immunitas
immūnitās
noun
freedom or exemption from public services

immunitus
immūnītus
adjective
unfortified

immurmuro
immurmurō
verb
to murmur in

immusicus
immūsicus
adjective
unmusical

immussulus
immussulus
noun
a kind of vulture or falcon

immusulus
immusulus
noun
a kind of vulture or falcon

immutabilis
immūtābilis
adjective
unchangeable

immutabilis
immūtābilis
adjective
changed

immutabilitas
immūtābilitās
noun
unchangeableness

immutabiliter
immūtābiliter
adverb
unchangeably

immutatio
immūtātiō
noun
a change

immutator
immūtātor
noun
a changer

immutatus
immūtātus
adjective
unchanged

immutatus
immūtātus
adjective

immutesco
immūtescō
verb
to become dumb or speechless

immutilatus
immutilātus
adjective
unmutilated

immutilatus
immutilātus
adjective
maimed

immuto
immūtō
verb
to change

imo
īmo
adverb
on the contrary

imo
īmō
adverb

impacatus
impācātus
adjective
not peaceable

impacificus
impācificus
adjective
not peaceful

impactio
impactiō
noun
a striking against

impactus
impactus
adjective

impaene
impaenē
adverb

impaenitendus
impaenitendus
adjective
not to be repented of

impaenitens
impaenitens
adjective
not repenting

impaenitentia
impaenitentia
noun
impenitence

impaenitus
impaenītus
adverb

impages
impāgēs
noun
the border or frame-work which surrounds the panel of a door

impallesco
impallescō
verb
to grow or turn pale in or at

impalpebratio
impalpebrātiō
noun
loss of motion in the eyelids

impar
impar
noun
uneven

imparatio
imparātiō
noun
indigestion

imparatus
imparātus
adjective
not ready

imparcenter
imparcenter
adverb
relentlessly

imparco
imparcō
verb
to spare

imparentem
impārentem
cross-reference

imparentia
impārentia
cross-reference

imparientia
impārientia
cross-reference

imparilis
imparilis
adjective
unequal

imparilitas
imparilitās
noun
inequality

impariliter
impariliter
adverb
unequally

impariter
impariter
adverb
unequally

impartibilis
impartibilis
adjective
indivisible

impartio
impartiō
verb

impartio
impartiō
verb
to share with another

impascor
impascor
verb
to feed or be pastured in

impassibilis
impassibilis
adjective
incapable of passion

impassibilitas
impassibilitās
noun
incapacity for suffering

impassibiliter
impassibiliter
adverb
without passion

impastus
impastus
adjective
unfed

impatibilis
impatibilis
adjective
insufferable

impatibilis
impatibilis
adjective

impatiens
impatiens
adjective
That cannot bear

impatienter
impatienter
adverb
impatiently

impatientia
impatientia
noun
Unwillingness or inability to bear

impausabilis
impausābilis
adjective
unceasing

impausabiliter
impausābiliter
adverb
unceasingly

impavide
impavidē
adverb
fearlessly

impavidus
impavidus
adjective
fearless

impeccabilis
impeccābilis
adjective
faultless

impeccantia
impeccantia
noun
faultlessness

impedatio
impedātiō
noun
a propping

impedico
impedicō
verb
to catch

impedimentum
impedīmentum
noun
that by which one is entangled or impeded

impedio
impediō
verb
to entangle

impeditio
impedītiō
noun
a hinderance

impedito
impeditō
verb
to hinder

impeditor
impedītor
noun
a hinderer

impeditus
impedītus
adjective
hindered

impeditus
impedītus
adjective

impedo
impedō
verb
to prop or support

impelimenta
impelīmenta
cross-reference

impello
impellō
verb
to push

impendeo
impendeō
verb
to hang over

impendia
impendia
noun

impendio
impendiō
adverb
by a great deal

impendiosus
impendiōsus
adjective
that spends too much

impendium
impendium
noun
money laid out

impendo
impendō
verb
to weigh out

impenetrabilis
impenetrābilis
adjective
that cannot be penetrated

impenetrale
impenetrāle
cross-reference

impennatae
impennātaē
adverb

impensa
impensa
noun
outlay

impensatio
impensātiō
noun
the expenditure

impense
impensē
adverb
At great cost

impensus
impensus
adjective

impensus
impensus
adjective
ample

impensus
impensus
noun
outlay

imperabiliter
imperābiliter
adverb
in an imperative

imperative
imperātīvē
adverb
imperatively

imperativus
imperātīvus
adjective
of or proceeding from a command

imperator
imperātor
noun
a commander-in-chief

imperatorie
imperātōriē
adverb
like a general

imperatorius
imperātōrius
adjective
Of or belonging to a general

imperatrix
imperātrix
noun
she who commands

imperatum
imperātum
noun

imperatum
imperātum
noun
that which is commanded

imperatus
imperātus
noun
a command

imperceptus
imperceptus
adjective
unperceived

imperco
impercō
verb
to spare

impercussus
impercussus
adjective
not struck

imperditus
imperditus
adjective
not destroyed

imperfecte
imperfectē
adverb

imperfectio
imperfectiō
noun
imperfection

imperfectum
imperfectum
noun
morally imperfect

imperfectus
imperfectus
adjective
unfinished

imperfossus
imperfossus
adjective
unpierced

imperfundies
imperfundiēs
noun
filth

imperiabiliter
imperiābiliter
adverb
commandingly

imperialis
imperiālis
adjective
of the empire or emperor

imperialiter
imperiāliter
adverb
imperially

imperiose
imperiōsē
adverb
imperiously

imperiosus
imperiōsus
adjective
possessed of command

Imperiosus
Imperiōsus
noun
a surname of the dictator L. Manlius Torquatus and his son

imperite
imperītē
adverb
unskilfully

imperitia
imperītia
noun
inexperience

imperito
imperitō
verb
to command

imperitus
imperītus
adjective
inexperienced in

imperium
imperium
noun
a command

imperjuratus
imperjūrātus
adjective
that is never sworn falsely by

impermeabilis
impermeābilis
adjective
not to be passed through

impermisceo
impermisceō
verb
v

impermissus
impermissus
adjective
unlawful

impermixtus
impermixtus
adjective
unmixed

impero
imperō
verb
to command

imperpetuus
imperpetuus
adjective
not perpetual

imperscrutabilis
imperscrūtābilis
adjective
impenetrable

impersonalis
impersōnālis
adjective
impersonal

impersonaliter
impersōnāliter
adverb
impersonally

impersonativus
impersōnātīvus
noun
the impersonal mood

imperspicabilis
imperspicābilis
adjective
that cannot be seen through

imperspicuus
imperspicuus
adjective
not clear

imperterritus
imperterritus
adjective
undaunted

impertilis
impertilis
adjective
indivisible

impertinens
impertinens
adjective
not belonging thereto

impertio
impertiō
verb
to share with another

impertior
impertior
verb

impertior
impertior
verb
to share with another

impertitio
impertītiō
noun
an imparting

impertitus
impertītus
adjective

imperturbabilis
imperturbābilis
adjective
that cannot be disturbed

imperturbatio
imperturbātiō
noun
freedom from disturbance

imperturbatus
imperturbātus
adjective
undisturbed

impervius
impervius
adjective
that cannot be passed through

impes
impes
noun
violence

impetibilis
impetibilis
adjective
insufferable

impetibilis
impetibilis
adjective
assailing

impetiginosus
impetīginōsus
noun
one who has the impetigo

impetigo
impetīgō
noun
a scabby eruption on the skin

impeto
impetō
verb
to rush upon

impetrabilis
impetrābilis
adjective
easy to be obtained

impetrabiliter
impetrābiliter
adverb
in a way likely to attain

impetratio
impetrātiō
noun
an obtaining by request

impetrativus
impetrātīvus
adjective
obtained by entreaty or vows

impetrator
impetrātor
noun
one who obtains

impetratus
impetrātus
noun
an effecting

impetrio
impetrio
verb
v. n. desid

impetritum
impetrītum
noun
a favorable auspice or omen

impetro
impetrō
verb
to accomplish

impetulans
impetulans
adjective
very petulant

impetuose
impetuōsē
adverb
violently

impetuosus
impetuōsus
adjective
impetuous

impetus
impetus
noun
an attack

impexus
impexus
adjective
uncombed

impiamentum
impiāmentum
noun
contamination

impico
impicō
verb
to cover with pitch

impie
impiē
adverb
irreligiously

impietas
impietās
noun
want of reverence or respect

impigens
impigens
adjective
unwearied

impiger
impiger
adjective
not indolent

impigre
impigrē
adverb
actively

impigritas
impīgritās
noun
activity

impigritas
impigritās
noun
activity

impigritia
impigritia
noun
activity

impigritia
impīgritia
noun
activity

impile
impile
noun
felt shoes

impingo
impingō
verb
to push

impinguo
impinguō
verb
to make fat

impio
impiō
verb
to render impious or sinful

impite
impitē
adverb

impium
impium
noun
profane words

impius
impius
noun
wicked

impius
impius
adjective
without reverence or respect

implacabilis
implācābilis
adjective
unappeasable

implacabilitas
implācābilitās
noun
implacability

implacabiliter
implācābiliter
adverb
implacably

implacabilius
implācābilius
cross-reference
comp. adv

implacatus
implācātus
adjective
unappeased

implacidus
implacidus
adjective
ungentle

implago
implagō
verb
to bring into a net

implano
implānō
verb
to deceive

implanus
implānus
adjective
uneven

implebilis
implēbilis
adjective
filling up

implecticus
implecticus
adjective
that turns about with difficulty

implecto
implectō
verb
to plait

implementum
implēmentum
noun
a filling up

impleo
impleō
verb
to fill up

impletio
implētiō
noun
the ful filment

impletus
implētus
adjective

implexio
implexiō
noun
an entwining

implexus
implexus
noun
an entwining

implexus
implexus
adjective

implicamentum
implicāmentum
noun
an involvement

implicatio
implicātiō
noun
an entwining

implicatrix
implicātrix
cross-reference

implicatura
implicātūra
noun
an entangling

implicatus
implicātus
adjective

implicatus
implicātus
adjective
entangled

impliciscor
impliciscor
verb
v. dep. inch. n

implicite
implicitē
adverb
intricately

implicito
implicitō
verb
to entwine

implicitus
implicitus
adjective

implico
implicō
verb
to infold

implorabilis
implōrābilis
adjective
that may be prayed to for help

imploratio
implōrātiō
noun
a beseeching for help

imploro
implōrō
verb
to invoke with tears

implumbo
implumbō
verb
to solder in with lead

implumis
implūmis
adjective
without feathers

impluo
impluō
verb
to rain into or upon

implutus
implūtus
adjective

impluviatus
impluviātus
adjective
shaped like an

impluvium
impluvium
noun
a skylight

impoene
impoenē
adverb

impoenitens
impoenitens
cross-reference

impoenitus
impoenītus
adjective
unpunished

impolite
impolītē
adverb
without ornament

impolitia
impolītia
noun
want of neatness

impolitus
impolītus
adjective
unpolished

impollutus
impollūtus
adjective
unstained

impomenta
impōmenta
cross-reference

impono
impōnō
verb
to place

Imporcitor
Imporcitor
noun
a deity that presides over the drawing of furrows

imporco
imporcō
verb
to put into furrows

importabilis
importābilis
adjective
that cannot be borne

importabiliter
importābiliter
adverb
in an insupportable manner

importaticius
importātīcius
adjective
brought in from abroad

importatius
importātius
adjective
brought in from abroad

importo
importō
verb
to bring

importune
importunē
adverb
unsuitably

importunitas
importūnitās
noun
unsuitableness

importunus
importūnus
adjective
unfit

importuosus
importuōsus
adjective
without a harbor

impos
impos
adjective
not master of

impositicius
impositīcius
adjective
laid on

impositio
impositiō
noun
the application

imposititius
impositītius
adjective
imposed

impositius
impositius
adjective
laid on

impositivus
impositīvus
adjective
applied

impositor
impositor
noun
one who applies a name

impositus
impositus
adjective

impossibilis
impossibilis
adjective
impossible

impossibilitas
impossibilitās
noun
impossibility

impostor
impostor
noun
a deceiver

impostura
impostūra
noun
deceit

impostus
impostus
adjective

impotabilis
impōtābilis
adjective
not drinkable

impotens
impotens
adjective
powerless

impotenter
impotenter
adverb
Powerlessly

impotentia
impotentia
noun
Inability

impraegno
impraegnō
verb
to impregnate

impraemeditatus
impraemeditātus
adjective
unprepared

impraeparatus
impraeparātus
adjective
unprepared

impraepedite
impraepedite
cross-reference

impraepedite
impraepedītē
adverb

impraepedito
impraepedīto
adverb

impraepeditus
impraepedītus
adjective
unhindered

impraeputiatus
impraepūtiātus
adjective
having the prepuce

impraescientia
impraescientia
noun
a not knowing beforehand

impraesentiarum
impraesentiārum
adverb
at present

impraestabilis
impraestābilis
adjective
useless

impraevaricabilis
impraevāricābilis
adjective
not to be transgressed

impransus
impransus
adjective
that has not breakfasted

imprecatio
imprecātiō
noun
an invoking of evil

imprecor
imprecor
verb
To invoke on

imprensibilis
imprensibilis
adjective
incomprehensible

impresse
impressē
adverb
strongly

impressio
impressiō
noun
a pressing into

impressus
impressus
noun
a pressing upon

impressus
impressus
adjective
not milked

impressus
impressus
adjective

impretiabilis
impretiābilis
adjective
priceless

imprimis
imprimis
adverb
most conspicuous

imprimo
imprimō
verb
to press into or upon

imprincipaliter
imprincipāliter
adverb
by preference

improbabilis
improbābilis
adjective
not deserving of approbation

improbabiliter
improbābiliter
adverb
objectionably

improbatio
improbātiō
noun
disapprobation

improbator
improbātor
noun
a disapprover

improbe
improbē
adverb
Beyond measure

improbitas
improbitās
noun
badness

improbiter
improbiter
adverb

improbiter
improbiter
adverb
Beyond measure

improbito
improbitō
verb
to disapprove strongly

improbo
improbō
verb
to disapprove

improbulus
improbulus
adjective
somewhat wicked

improbus
improbus
adjective
not according to the standard

improcerus
imprōcērus
adjective
not tall

improcreabilis
imprōcreābilis
adjective
that cannot be procreated

improdictus
imprōdictus
adjective
not postponed

improfessus
improfessus
adjective
that has not professed or declared himself

improles
imprōles
cross-reference

improlis
imprōlis
cross-reference

improlus
imprōlus
cross-reference

impromiscus
imprōmiscus
adjective
unmixed

impromptus
impromptus
adjective
not ready

imprope
impropē
adverb
near

improperanter
improperanter
adverb
gradually

improperatus
improperātus
adjective
not hastened

improperium
improperium
noun
a reproach

impropero
improperō
verb
to cast as a reproach upon

impropero
improperō
verb
to hasten into

improperus
improperus
adjective
not hasting

improprie
impropriē
adverb
improperly

improprietas
improprietās
noun
impropriety

improprietas
imprōprietās
noun
impropriety

improprium
improprium
noun
something improper

improprius
imprōprius
adjective
not befitting

improprius
improprius
adjective
not befitting

impropugnatus
imprōpugnātus
adjective
not defended

improspecte
improspectē
adverb
improvidently

improspectus
improspectus
adjective
not seen from afar

improsper
improsper
cross-reference
unfortunate

improspere
improsperē
adverb
unfortunately

improspicuus
improspicuus
cross-reference

improtectus
imprōtectus
adjective
uncovered

improvide
imprōvidē
adverb
improvidently

improvidentia
imprōvidentia
noun
want of foresight

improvidus
imprōvidus
adjective
not foreseeing

improvise
imprōvīsē
adverb
on a sudden

improvise
imprōvīsē
adverb

improviso
imprōvīso
adverb

improviso
imprōvīsō
adverb
on a sudden

improvisum
imprōvīsum
noun
that which is unforeseen

improvisus
imprōvīsus
adjective
not foreseen

imprudens
imprūdens
adjective
not foreseeing

imprudenter
imprūdenter
adverb
without foresight

imprudentia
imprūdentia
noun
want of foresight or of knowledge

impubes
impūbēs
noun
a person under years of discretion

impubes
impūbēs
adjective
not having attained to manhood

impubescens
impūbescens
adjective
growing to maturity

impubis
impūbis
adjective
not having attained to manhood

impudens
impudens
adjective
without shame

impudenter
impudenter
adverb
shamelessly

impudentia
impudentia
noun
shamelessness

impudicatus
impudīcātus
cross-reference

impudice
impudīcē
adverb
unchastely

impudicitia
impudīcitia
noun
unchasteness

impudicus
impudīcus
adjective
Shameless

impugnatio
impugnātiō
noun
an attack

impugnator
impugnātor
noun
one who attacks

impugnatus
impugnātus
adjective

impugnatus
impugnātus
adjective
not attacked

impugno
impugnō
verb
to fight against

impulsio
impulsiō
noun
a pushing against

impulsor
impulsor
noun
one who incites or instigates

impulstrix
impulstrix
noun
she who instigates

impulsus
impulsus
noun
a pushing or striking against

impulsus
impulsus
adjective

impulvereus
impulvereus
adjective
without dust

impunctus
impunctus
adjective
without points or specks

impune
impūnē
adverb
without punishment

impunis
impūnis
adjective
without punishment

impunitas
impūnitās
noun
freedom or safety from punishment

impunite
impūnītē
adverb
with impunity

impunitus
impūnītus
adjective
unpunished

impuratus
impūrātus
adjective
morally defiled

impure
impūrē
adverb
impurely

impurgabilis
impurgābilis
adjective
that cannot be cleansed

impuritas
impūritās
noun
uncleanness

impuritia
impūritia
noun
uncleanness

impurus
impūrus
adjective
unclean

imputatio
imputātiō
noun
an account

imputativus
imputātīvus
adjective
charging

imputator
imputātor
noun
a reckoner

imputatus
imputātus
adjective
unpruned

imputatus
imputātus
adjective

imputo
imputō
verb
to bring into the reckoning

imputresco
imputrescō
verb
to rot

imputribilis
imputribilis
adjective
not liable to decay

imputribiliter
imputribiliter
adverb
incorruptibly

imulus
imulus
adjective
the lowest

imum
īmum
noun
the last

imum
īmum
noun
the bottom

imus
īmus
noun
the lowest

imus
imus
adjective

imus
imus
adjective
the lowest

in
in
prefix
un-

in
in
preposition
within

ina
īna
noun
a thin fibre

inabruptus
inabruptus
adjective
not broken off

inabscondibile
inabscondibilē
adverb

inabsolutus
inabsolūtus
adjective
unfinished

inaccedendus
inaccēdendus
adjective
inaccessible

inaccensus
inaccensus
adjective
unkindled

inaccessibilis
inaccessibilis
adjective
unapproachable

inaccessus
inaccessus
adjective
unapproached

inaccresco
inaccrescō
verb
to increase

inaccusabilis
inaccūsābilis
cross-reference

inaccusatus
inaccūsātus
adjective
not accused

inacerbo
inacerbō
cross-reference

inacesco
inacescō
verb
to become sour in

Inachia
Īnachia
noun
the name of a girl

Inachides
Īnachidēs
adjective

Inachidis
Īnachidis
noun
female Argives

Inachis
Īnachis
noun
Inachian

Inachius
Īnachius
adjective
Inachian

Inachos
Īnachos
noun
the first king of Argos

Inachus
Īnachus
noun
the first king of Argos

Inachus
Īnachus
adjective

inacisco
inaciscō
verb
to become sour in

inactuosus
inactuōsus
adjective
inactive

inactus
inactus
adjective

inacui
inacui
verb
to become sour in

inadc
inadc
cross-reference

inadf
inadf
cross-reference

inadibilis
inadibilis
adjective
unapproachable

inadp
inadp
cross-reference

inads
inads
cross-reference

inadsc
inadsc
cross-reference

inadt
inadt
cross-reference

inadulabilis
inadūlābilis
adjective
inaccessible to flattery

inadustus
inadustus
adjective
not burned

inaedificatio
inaedificātiō
cross-reference

inaedifico
inaedificō
verb
to build in

inaequabilis
inaequābilis
adjective
uneven

inaequabilitas
inaequābilitās
noun
inequality

inaequabiliter
inaequābiliter
adverb
unevenly

inaequalis
inaequālis
adjective
Uneven

inaequalitas
inaequālitās
noun
unevenness

inaequaliter
inaequāliter
adverb
unevenly

inaequatus
inaequātus
adjective
unequal

inaequo
inaequō
verb
to make even or level

inaestimabilis
inaestimābilis
adjective
that cannot be estimated or judged of

inaestimatus
inaestimātus
adjective
not rated

inaestuo
inaestuō
verb
to boil or rage in

in aeternum
in aeternum
expression

inaffectatus
inaffectātus
adjective
unaffected

inaggeratus
inaggerātus
adjective
heaped up

inagitabilis
inagitābilis
adjective
immovable

inagitatus
inagitātus
adjective
unmoved

inalbeo
inalbeō
verb
to be white or light

inalbesco
inalbescō
verb
to become white or pale

inalbo
inalbō
verb
to make white or light

inalgesco
inalgescō
verb
to become cold

inalienatus
inaliēnātus
adjective
unspoiled

Inalpinus
Inalpīnus
noun
inhabitants of the Alps

Inalpinus
Inalpīnus
adjective
living upon

inaltero
inalterō
verb
to include the one in the other

inalto
inaltō
verb
to raise

inamabilis
inamābilis
adjective
not worthy of love

inamaresco
inamārescō
verb
to become bitter

inamarico
inamāricō
verb
to imbitter

inamatus
inamātus
adjective
not loved

inambitiosus
inambitiōsus
adjective
unambitious

inambulatio
inambulātiō
noun
A walking up and down

inambulo
inambulō
verb
to walk up and down

inamissibilis
ināmissibilis
adjective
that cannot be lost

inamoenus
inamoenus
adjective
unpleasant

inamplexibilis
inamplexibilis
adjective
not to be embraced or contained in

inane
ināne
noun
an empty space

inane
ināne
noun
that which is empty or vain

inanesco
inānescō
verb
to become empty

inania
inānia
noun
emptiness

inanilogus
inānilogus
cross-reference

inaniloquium
ināniloquium
noun
a vain talking

inaniloquus
ināniloquus
adjective
that talks in vain

inanimalis
inanimālis
adjective
lifeless

inanimans
inanimans
adjective
inanimate

inanimatus
inanimātus
adjective
lifeless

inanimentum
inānīmentum
noun
emptiness

inanimis
inanimis
adjective
without breath or without life

inanimus
inanimus
adjective
lifeless

inanio
ināniō
verb
to make empty

inanis
inānis
adjective
empty

inanitas
inānitās
noun
emptiness

inaniter
ināniter
adverb
vainly

inanitio
inānītiō
noun
emptiness

inanitum
inānītum
noun
vacancy

inanitus
inānītus
adjective

inapertus
inapertus
adjective
not open

inapparatio
inapparātiō
noun
want of preparation

inapprehensibilis
inapprehensibilis
adjective
incomprehensible

inaquo
inaquō
verb
to turn into water

inaquosum
inaquōsum
noun
dry places

inaquosus
inaquōsus
adjective
lacking water

inaratus
inarātus
adjective
unploughed

inarcto
inarctō
verb
to circumscribe

inarculum
inarculum
cross-reference

inardesco
inardescō
verb
v. inch.n

inarefactus
inārefactus
adjective
dried

inaresco
inārescō
verb
to become dry in

inargentatus
inargentātus
adjective
overlaid with silver

inargento
inargentō
verb
to overlay with silver

inargute
inargūtē
adverb
not acutely

inargutus
inargūtus
adjective
not acute

Inarime
Īnarimē
noun
an island in the Tyrrhene Sea

inarmo
inarmō
verb
to arm

inaro
inarō
verb
to plough in

inarticulatus
inarticulātus
adjective
indistinct

inartificialis
inartificiālis
adjective
inartificial

inartificialiter
inartificiāliter
adverb
inartificially

inascensus
inascensus
adjective
not mounted or ascended

inaspectus
inaspectus
adjective
unseen

inaspicabilis
inaspicābilis
cross-reference

inaspicuus
inaspicuus
adjective
invisible

inassatus
inassātus
adjective
roasted

inassero
inasserō
verb
to cover with beams

inassignatus
inassignātus
adjective
unassigned

inassuetus
inassuētus
adjective
unaccustomed

inattaminatus
inattāminātus
adjective
uninjured

inattenuatus
inattenuātus
adjective
undiminished

inattritus
inattrītus
adjective
not rubbed away

inaudax
inaudax
adjective
not daring

inaudibilis
inaudībilis
adjective
inaudible

inaudientia
inaudientia
noun
disobedience

inaudio
inaudiō
verb
to hear

inauditiuncula
inaudītiuncula
noun
a little lecture or lesson

inauditus
inaudītus
adjective

inauditus
inaudītus
adjective
unheard

inauguratio
inaugurātiō
noun
a consecration

inaugurato
inaugurātō
adverb
after consulting the birds

inauguro
inaugurō
verb
To take omens from the flight of birds

inaurator
inaurātor
noun
a gilder

inauratura
inaurātūra
noun
a gilding

inauratus
inaurātus
adjective

inauratus
inaurātus
adjective
gilded

inauratus
inaurātus
adjective
not gilded

inaurio
inauriō
verb
to give hearing to

inauris
inauris
noun

inauritus
inaurītus
adjective
without ears

inauro
inaurō
verb
to cover or overlay with gold

inaurs
inaurs
noun
ear-drops

inauspicato
inauspicātō
adverb
without consulting the auspices

inauspicatus
inauspicātus
adjective
At which no auspices were taken

inausum
inausum
noun
unattempted things

inausus
inausus
adjective
not ventured

inauxiliatus
inauxiliātus
adjective
not supported

inavarus
inavārus
adjective
not greedy

inaversibilis
ināversibilis
adjective
that cannot be turned aside

inb
inb
prefix

inbecillis
inbēcillis
adjective

inbecillitas
inbēcillitās
noun
weakness

inbecillus
inbēcillus
adjective
weak

inbellia
inbellia
noun
unfitness for war

inbellis
inbellis
adjective
unwarlike

inberbis
inberbis
adjective
without a beard

inbibo
inbibō
verb
to drink in

inbito
inbītō
verb
to go into

inbonitas
inbonitās
noun
inconvenience

inbracteo
inbracteō
verb
to overlay with leafmetal

inbuo
inbuō
verb
to wet

incaeduus
incaeduus
adjective
not cut or felled

incaelatus
incaelātus
adverb

incalanto
incalantō
cross-reference

incalationes
incalātiōnes
noun

incalative
incalātīvē
adverb

incalcatus
incalcātus
adjective
untrodden

incalesco
incalescō
verb
to grow warm or hot

incalfacio
incalfaciō
verb
to warm

incallide
incallidē
adverb
unskilfully

incallidus
incallidus
adjective
unskilful

incallo
incallō
verb
to render callous

incandesco
incandescō
verb
to become warm or hot

incandido
incandidō
verb
to make white

incandidus
incandidus
cross-reference

incanesco
incānescō
verb
to become white

incantamentum
incantāmentum
noun
a charm

incantatio
incantātiō
noun
an enchanting

incantator
incantātor
noun
an enchanter

incanto
incantō
verb
To sing

incanus
incānus
adjective
quite gray

incapabilis
incapābilis
adjective
incomprehensible

incapabilitas
incapābilitās
noun
incomprehensibility

incapax
incapax
adjective
incapable

incapistro
incapistrō
verb
to halter or muzzle

incarnari
incarnārī
verb
to make flesh

incarno
incarnō
verb
to make flesh

incassum
incassum
adverb
in vain

incassus
incassus
adjective
vain

incaste
incastē
adverb

incaste
incastē
adverb

incastigatus
incastīgātus
adjective
unpunished

incastratura
incastrātūra
noun
a tenon

incatholicus
incatholicus
adjective
not catholic

incatholicus
incatholicus
noun
heretics

incaute
incautē
adverb
incautiously

incautela
incautēla
noun
want of foresight

incautus
incautus
adjective
incautious

incavillatio
incavillātiō
cross-reference

incavillor
incavillor
verb
to revile

incavo
incavō
verb
to hollow out

incedo
incēdō
verb
to go

incelatus
incēlātus
adverb

inceleber
inceleber
adjective
not celebrated

incelebratus
incelebrātus
adjective
not made known

incenatus
incēnātus
adjective
that has not dined or eaten

incendefacio
incendefaciō
verb
to set on fire

incendialis
incendiālis
adjective
of or belonging to fires

incendiarius
incendiārius
noun
an incendiary

incendiarius
incendiārius
adjective
causing a conflagration

incendiosus
incendiōsus
adjective
burning

incendium
incendium
noun
a burning

incendo
incendō
verb
to set fire to

incenis
incēnis
adjective
that has not dined

inceno
incēnō
verb
to dine there

incense
incensē
adverb

incensio
incensiō
noun
a setting on fire

incensitus
incensitus
adjective
not assessed

incensor
incensor
noun
one who kindles or sets fire to

incensum
incensum
noun
A setting fire to

incensus
incensus
adjective
inflamed

incensus
incensus
adjective

incensus
incensus
adjective
not estimated

incentio
incentiō
noun
A blowing or playing

incentive
incentīvē
adverb

incentivum
incentīvum
noun
an incentive

incentivus
incentīvus
adjective
that strikes up

incentor
incentor
noun
one who sets the tune or begins to sing

inceps
inceps
cross-reference

inceptio
inceptiō
noun
a beginning

incepto
inceptō
verb
to begin

inceptor
inceptor
noun
a beginner

inceptum
inceptum
noun

inceptum
inceptum
noun
a beginning

inceptus
inceptus
noun
a beginning

inceptus
inceptus
adjective

inceramentum
incērāmentum
noun
timber for the lower part and hold of a shipof-war

incerniculum
incerniculum
noun
a sieve

incerno
incernō
verb
to sift upon

incero
incērō
verb
to smear or cover over with wax

incerte
incertē
adverb
uncertainly

incerto
incertō
verb
to render doubtful or uncertain

incerto
incertō
adverb

incerto
incerto
adverb
uncertainly

incertum
incertum
noun

incertum
incertum
noun
an uncertainty

incertus
incertus
adjective
uncertain

incessabilis
incessābilis
adjective
unceasing

incessabiliter
incessābiliter
adverb
incessantly

incessans
incessans
adjective
incessant

incessanter
incessanter
adverb
incessantly

incesso
incessō
verb
to fall upon

incessus
incessus
noun
a going

incesta
incesta
noun
an incestuous woman

inceste
incestē
adverb

inceste
incestē
adverb

incestificus
incestificus
adjective
that defiles himself

incesto
incestō
verb
to pollute

incestum
incestum
noun
unchastity

incestum
incestum
noun

incestuosus
incestuōsus
adjective
incestuous

incestus
incestus
noun
unchastity

incestus
incestus
adjective
unclean

incharaxo
incharaxō
verb
to scratch into

inchohamentum
inchohāmentum
noun
first principles

inchohatio
inchohātiō
noun
a beginning

inchohativus
inchohātīvus
adjective
beginning

inchohator
inchohātor
noun
a beginner

inchoo
inchoō
cross-reference

inchoo
inchoō
verb
to lay the foundation of

incibo
incibō
verb
to provide with food

incicur
incicur
noun
not tame

incidentia
incidentia
cross-reference

incido
incidō
verb
to fall into or upon

incido
incīdō
verb
to cut into

inciduus
incīduus
adjective
not cut or felled

inciduus
incīduus
adjective

inciens
inciens
adjective
pregnant

incile
incīle
noun
a ditch

incilis
incīlis
adjective
cut in

incilis
incīlis
noun

incilo
incīlō
verb
to rebuke

incinctus
incinctus
adjective

incinefactus
incinefactus
adjective
made ashes

incinerarium
incinerārium
cross-reference

incingo
incingō
verb
to gird

incingulum
incingulum
noun
a girdle

incino
incinō
verb
to blow or sound

incipesso
incipessō
verb

incipesso
incipessō
verb
to begin

incipio
incipiō
verb
to begin

incipisso
incipissō
verb
to begin

incircum
incircum
preposition
round about

incircumcisus
incircumcīsus
adjective
uncircumcised

incircumscriptus
incircumscriptus
adjective
unlimited

incise
incīsē
adverb
in short clauses

incisim
incīsim
adverb
in short clauses

incisio
incīsiō
noun
A cutting into

incisum
incīsum
noun
a section or division

incisura
incīsūra
noun
a cutting into

incisus
incīsus
noun
an incision

incisus
incīsus
adjective

incita
incita
noun

incitabilis
incitābilis
cross-reference

incitabulum
incitābulum
noun
an incentive

incitamentum
incitāmentum
noun
an incitement

incitate
incitātē
adverb
quickly

incitatio
incitātiō
noun
an inciting

incitator
incitātor
noun
an inciter

incitatrix
incitātrix
noun
she that incites or instigates

incitatus
incitātus
adjective
swiftly running

incitatus
incitātus
adjective

incitatus
incitātus
noun
rapid motion

incitega
incitēga
cross-reference

incito
incitō
verb
to set in rapid motion

incitum
incitum
noun

incitus
incitus
adjective
immovable

incitus
incitus
noun
quick motion

incitus
incitus
adjective
set in rapid motion

incivile
incīvīle
noun
impolite acts

incivilis
incīvīlis
adjective
unmannerly

incivilitas
incīvīlitās
noun
uncourteousness

inciviliter
incīvīliter
adverb
without civility

inclamatio
inclāmātiō
noun
a calling out

inclamito
inclāmitō
verb
to call out or exclaim against

inclamo
inclāmō
verb
To cry out to

inclango
inclangō
verb

inclaresco
inclārescō
verb
to become clear or light

inclarus
inclārus
adjective
obscure

inclemens
inclēmens
adjective
unmerciful

inclementer
inclēmenter
adverb
rigorously

inclementer
inclēmenter
adverb
aav

inclementia
inclēmentia
noun
unmercifulness

inclinabilis
inclīnābilis
adjective
that readily leans to

inclinamentum
inclīnāmentum
noun
the formative termination

inclinatio
inclīnātiō
noun
a leaning

inclinativus
inclīnātīvus
adjective
enclitic

inclinatus
inclīnātus
adjective

inclinatus
inclīnātus
noun
the formation or derivation

inclinatus
inclīnātus
adjective

inclinis
inclīnis
adjective
bending

inclinis
inclīnis
adjective
unbending

inclino
inclīnō
verb
to cause to lean

inclitus
inclitus
adjective
celebrated

includo
inclūdō
verb
to shut up

inclusio
inclūsiō
noun
a shutting up

inclusor
inclūsor
noun
one who encloses

inclusus
inclūsus
adjective

inclutus
inclutus
adjective
celebrated

inclytus
inclytus
adjective
celebrated

incoactus
incoactus
adjective
not compelled

incoctile
incoctile
noun
vessels overlaid or washed with metal

incoctilis
incoctilis
adjective
Cooked in

incoctio
incoctiō
noun
a boiling in

incoctus
incoctus
adjective

incoctus
incoctus
adjective
uncooked

incoenatus
incoenatus
adverb

incoencenatus
incoencēnātus
adjective
that has not dined or eaten

incoencenis
incoencēnis
adjective
that has not dined

incoenceno
incoencēnō
verb
to dine there

incoenis
incoenis
adverb

incoepto
incoeptō
cross-reference

incoeptum
incoeptum
cross-reference

incoercitus
incoercitus
adjective
unrestrained

incogitabilis
incōgitābilis
adjective
thoughtless

incogitans
incōgitans
adjective
thoughtless

incogitantia
incōgitantia
noun
thoughtlessness

incogitatus
incōgitātus
adjective
unconsidered

incogito
incōgitō
verb
to think of

incognitus
incognitus
adjective
Not examined

incognoscibilis
incognoscibilis
adjective
incomprehensible

incognosco
incognoscō
verb
to learn

incohamentum
incohāmentum
noun
first principles

incohate
incōhātē
adverb
incipiently

incohatio
incohātiō
noun
a beginning

incohativus
incohātīvus
adjective
beginning

incohator
incohātor
noun
a beginner

incohatus
incohātus
adjective
only begun

incohibeo
incohibeō
verb

incohibilis
incohibilis
adjective
that cannot be held or kept together

incoho
incohō
verb
to lay the foundation of

incoinquinabiliter
incoinquinābiliter
adverb

incoinquinatus
incoinquinātus
adjective
unde filed

incola
incola
noun
an inhabitant

incolatus
incolātus
noun
a resid?*!ing

incolo
incolō
verb

incolo
incolō
verb
to cultivate

incolor
incolor
cross-reference

incolorate
incolōrātē
adverb
without alleging a cause

incolumis
incolumis
adjective
unimpaired

incolumitas
incolumitās
noun
good condition

incomis
incōmis
adjective
unpleasant

incomitatus
incomitātus
adjective
unaccompanied

incomitem
incomitem
cross-reference

incomiter
incōmiter
adverb
ungracefully

incomitio
incomitiō
verb
to insult or reproach in public

incomium
incomium
noun
one of the ingredients of an ointment

incomma
incomma
noun
the standard height

incommeabilis
incommeābilis
adjective
not traversable

incommendatus
incommendātus
adjective
unrecommended

incomminatus
incomminātus
adjective

incomminutus
incomminūtus
adjective
not broken

incommiscibilis
incommiscibilis
adjective
that cannot be mixed

incommobilitas
incommōbilitās
noun
immovableness

incommode
incommodē
adverb
inconveniently

incommodesticus
incommodesticus
adjective

incommoditas
incommoditās
noun
inconvenience

incommodo
incommodō
verb
to occasion inconvenience or trouble

incommodum
incommodum
noun

incommodum
incommodum
noun
inconvenience

incommodus
incommodus
adjective
inconvenient

incommote
incommōtē
adverb
immovably

incommunicabilis
incommūnicābilis
adjective
incommunicable

incommunicatus
incommūnicātus
adjective
shared with

incommunis
incommūnis
adjective
not common

incommutabilis
incommūtābilis
adjective
unchangeable

incommutabilitas
incommūtābilitās
noun
unchangeableness

incommutabiliter
incommūtābiliter
adverb
unchangeably

incommutatus
incommūtātus
adjective
unchangeable

incomparabilis
incomparābilis
adjective
that cannot be equalled

incomparabiliter
incomparābiliter
adverb
incomparably

incomparatus
incomparātus
adjective
unequalled

incompassibilis
incompassibilis
adjective
that cannot suffer with another

incompellabilis
incompellābilis
adjective
that cannot be named

incompertus
incompertus
adjective
of which one has no information

incompetens
incompetens
adjective
insufficient

incompetenter
incompetenter
adverb
insufficiently

incomplebilis
incomplēbilis
cross-reference

incompletus
incomplētus
adjective
uncompleted

incomplexus
incomplexus
cross-reference

incompos
incompos
adjective
not having control over

incomposite
incompositē
adverb
without order

incompositus
incompositus
adjective
Not compounded

incomprehensibilis
incomprehensibilis
adjective
that cannot be seized or held

incomprehensibiliter
incomprehensibiliter
adverb
incomprehensibly

incomprehensus
incomprehensus
adjective
not comprehended

incompte
incomptē
adverb
roughly

incomptus
incomptus
adjective
unadorned

incomtus
incomtus
adjective
unadorned

inconcessibilis
inconcessibilis
adjective
inadmissible

inconcessus
inconcessus
adjective
not allowed

inconcilio
inconciliō
verb
to win over to one's side

inconcinne
inconcinnē
adverb

inconcinne
inconcinnē
adverb

inconcinnitas
inconcinnitās
noun
inelegance

inconcinniter
inconcinniter
adverb

inconcinniter
inconcinniter
adverb

inconcinnus
inconcinnus
adjective
inelegant

inconcretus
inconcrētus
adjective
bodiless

inconculcabilis
inconculcābilis
adjective
not capable of being trodden under foot

inconcusse
inconcussē
adverb
firmly

inconcussus
inconcussus
adjective
unshaken

incondemnatus
incondemnātus
adjective
uncondemned

incondite
inconditē
adverb
confusedly

inconditus
inconditus
adjective
Not made

inconexio
incōnexiō
noun
the omission of a copulative particle

inconexus
incōnexus
adjective
not joined together

inconfectus
inconfectus
adjective
not wrought out

inconfusibilis
inconfūsibilis
adjective
that cannot be embarrassed or confused

inconfusibiliter
inconfūsibiliter
adverb
without confusion

inconfusus
inconfūsus
adjective
unconfused

incongelabilis
incongelābilis
adjective
that cannot be frozen

incongressibilis
incongressibilis
adjective
unapproachable

incongrue
incongruē
adverb
unsuitably

incongruens
incongruens
adjective
inconsistent

incongruenter
incongruenter
adverb
unsuitably

incongruentia
incongruentia
noun
unsuitableness

incongruus
incongruus
adjective
inconsistent

inconivens
incōnīvens
adjective
that does not close the eyes

inconivus
incōnīvus
adjective
that does not close the eyes

inconjugus
inconjugus
adjective
epithets

inconn
inconn
noun
the omission of a copulative particle

inconnconexus
inconncōnexus
adjective
not joined together

inconnexus
inconnexus
cross-reference

inconnivens
inconnīvens
adjective
that does not close the eyes

inconnivus
inconnīvus
adjective
that does not close the eyes

inconruptela
inconruptēla
noun
imperishableness

inconruptibilis
inconruptibilis
adjective
imperishable

inconruptibilitas
inconruptibilitās
noun
imperishableness

inconruptio
inconruptiō
noun
imperishableness

inconruptivus
inconruptīvus
adjective
imperishable

inconruptorius
inconruptōrius
adjective
imperishable

inconruptus
inconruptus
adjective
unspoiled

inconscius
inconscius
adjective
unaware

inconscriptus
inconscriptus
adjective
not arranged

inconsentaneus
inconsentāneus
adjective
unsuitable

inconsequens
inconsequens
adjective
not logically consequent

inconsequenter
inconsequenter
adverb
inconsequentially

inconsequentia
inconsequentia
noun
want of logical connection

inconsiderans
inconsīderans
adjective
inconsiderate

inconsideranter
inconsīderanter
adverb
inconsiderately

inconsiderantia
inconsīderantia
noun
want of reflection

inconsiderate
inconsīderātē
adverb
inconsiderately

inconsideratio
inconsīderātiō
noun
inconsiderateness

inconsideratus
inconsīderātus
adjective
thoughtless

inconsilium
inconsilium
noun
ill-advisedness

inconsitus
inconsitus
adjective
unsown

inconsolabilis
inconsōlābilis
adjective
inconsolable

inconsonans
inconsonans
adjective
ill-sounding

inconsonanter
inconsonanter
adverb
unsuitably

inconspectus
inconspectus
adjective
indiscreet

inconspicuus
inconspicuus
adjective
not conspicuous

inconspretus
inconsprētus
adjective
not despised or slighted

inconstabilitio
inconstābilītiō
noun
not standing firmly

inconstans
inconstans
adjective
inconstant

inconstanter
inconstanter
adverb
inconstantly

inconstantia
inconstantia
noun
inconstancy

inconstruo
inconstruō
verb
to build up with

inconsuetus
inconsuētus
adjective
unaccustomed

inconsulte
inconsultē
adverb
unadvisedly

inconsulto
inconsultō
adverb

inconsultus
inconsultus
noun
the not advising with another

inconsultus
inconsultus
adjective
Not consulted

inconsummatio
inconsummātiō
noun
incompleteness

inconsummatus
inconsummātus
adjective
unfinished

inconsumptibilis
inconsumptibilis
adjective
not to be consumed

inconsumptus
inconsumptus
adjective
unconsumed

inconsutilis
inconsūtilis
adjective
not sewed together

inconsutus
inconsūtus
adjective
not sewed together

incontaminabilis
incontāminābilis
adjective
that cannot be defiled

incontaminabiliter
incontāminābiliter
adverb
without defilement

incontaminatus
incontāminātus
adjective
uncontaminated

incontanter
incontanter
adverb

incontanter
incontanter
adverb
without delay

incontatus
incontātus
adverb

incontatus
incontātus
adjective
undelayed

incontemplabilis
incontemplābilis
adjective
that cannot be looked upon or contemplated

incontemptibilis
incontemptibilis
adjective
not contemptible

incontentus
incontentus
adjective
unstretched

incontiguus
incontiguus
adjective
that cannot be touched

incontinens
incontinens
adjective
Not containing

incontinenter
incontinenter
adverb
immoderately

incontinentia
incontinentia
noun
inability of containing or retaining

incontradicibilis
incontrādīcibilis
adjective
that cannot be contradicted

incontritus
incontrītus
adjective
not contrite

incontroversus
incontrōversus
adjective

inconveniens
inconveniens
adjective
not accordant

inconvenienter
inconvenienter
adverb
unsuitably

inconvenientia
inconvenientia
noun
inconsistency

inconversibilis
inconversibilis
adjective
not convertible

inconvertibilis
inconvertibilis
adjective
unchangeable

inconvertibilitas
inconvertibilitās
noun
unchangeableness

inconvincibilis
inconvincibilis
adjective
not to be convinced

inconvolutus
inconvolūtus
adjective
conglobate

inconvulsus
inconvulsus
adjective
undestroyed

incopiosus
incōpiōsus
adjective
not furnished with provisions

incoprio
incōpriō
verb
to defile

incoprio
incopriō
verb
to defile

incoquo
incoquō
verb
to boil in or with

incoram
incōram
adverb
In the presence of

in coram
in cōram
adverb
In the presence of

incoronatus
incorōnātus
adjective
uncrowned

incorporabilis
incorporābilis
adjective
incorporeal

incorporale
incorporāle
noun
an intangible possession

incorporale
incorporāle
noun
an incorporeal thing

incorporalis
incorporālis
adjective
bodiless

incorporalitas
incorporālitās
noun
incorporeity

incorporaliter
incorporāliter
adverb
incorporeally

incorporatio
incorporātiō
noun
an embodying

incorporatus
incorporātus
adjective
embodied

incorporatus
incorporātus
adjective

incorporatus
incorporātus
adjective
not embodied

incorporeus
incorporeus
adjective
incorporeal

incorporo
incorporō
verb
To fasten or mark in or upon a body

incorrectus
incorrectus
adjective
uncorrected

incorrigibilis
incorrigibilis
adjective
not to be corrected or cured

incorrupte
incorruptē
adverb
uncorruptly

incorruptela
incorruptēla
noun
imperishableness

incorruptibilis
incorruptibilis
adjective
imperishable

incorruptibilitas
incorruptibilitās
noun
imperishableness

incorruptibiliter
incorruptibiliter
adverb
imperishably

incorruptio
incorruptiō
noun
imperishableness

incorruptivus
incorruptīvus
adjective
imperishable

incorruptorius
incorruptōrius
adjective
imperishable

incorruptus
incorruptus
adjective
unspoiled

incoxo
incoxō
verb
to bend down

incrassatus
incrassātus
adjective

incrassatus
incrassātus
adjective
made stout

incrasso
incrassō
verb
to make thick or stout

increabilis
increābilis
adjective
not of a created nature

increatus
increātus
adjective
uncreated

increbresco
increbrescō
verb
to become frequent

increbro
incrēbrō
verb
to do any thing frequently

incredendus
incrēdendus
adjective
not to be believed

incredendus
incrēdendus
cross-reference

incredibilis
incrēdibilis
adjective
That cannot be believed

incredibilitas
incrēdibilitās
noun
Incredibility

incredibiliter
incrēdibiliter
adverb
incredibly

increditus
incrēditus
adjective
disbelieved

incredulitas
incrēdulitās
noun
disbelief

incredulus
incrēdulus
adjective
unbelieving

incredundus
incrēdundus
adjective
not to be believed

incrematus
incremātus
adverb

incremento
incrēmentō
verb
to increase

incrementulum
incrēmentulum
noun
a little growth or increase

incrementum
incrēmentum
noun
growth

increpatio
increpātiō
noun
a chiding

increpative
increpātīvē
adverb
chidingly

increpator
increpātor
noun
a chider

increpatorius
increpātōrius
adjective
chiding

increpito
increpitō
verb
To call or cry out to

increpitus
increpitus
adjective

increpitus
increpitus
noun
a chiding

increpitus
increpitus
adjective

increpo
increpō
verb
to make a noise

increpundia
increpundia
cross-reference

incresco
increscō
cross-reference
to grow in or upon

increto
incrētō
verb
to chalk

incretus
incrētus
adjective

incretus
incrētus
adjective
unsifted

incriminatio
incrīminātiō
noun
blamelessness

incrispatio
incrispātiō
noun
a crisping or curling

incrispo
incrispō
verb
to crisp or curl

incrucio
incruciō
verb
to torture greatly

incrudesco
incrūdescō
verb
to become very raw

incruentatus
incruentātus
adjective
made bloody

incruentatus
incruentātus
adjective
not made bloody

incruente
incruentē
adverb
without bloodshed

incruentus
incruentus
adjective
bloodless

incrustatio
incrustātiō
noun
an incrusting

incrusto
incrustō
verb
to cover with a coat or rind

incubatio
incubātiō
noun
a lying upon eggs

incubator
incubātor
noun
One who lies in

incubito
incubitō
verb
to lie in or upon

incubitus
incubitus
adjective

incubitus
incubitus
noun
a lying upon

incubo
incubō
noun
one who lies upon

incubo
incubō
verb
to lie in

incubus
incubus
noun
the nightmare

incudo
incūdō
verb
to forge with the hammer

inculcate
inculcātē
adverb
forcibly

inculcatio
inculcātiō
noun
an inculcating

inculcator
inculcātor
noun
One who tramples upon

inculcatus
inculcātus
adjective
pressed

inculco
inculcō
verb
to tread in

inculpabilis
inculpābilis
adjective
unblamable

inculpabiliter
inculpābiliter
adverb
without blame

inculpate
inculpātē
adverb
without blame

inculpatim
inculpātim
adverb
without blame

inculpatus
inculpātus
adjective
blameless

inculte
incultē
adverb
in an uncultivated manner

incultus
incultus
noun
want of cultivation or refinement

incultus
incultus
adjective
untilled

incumba
incumba
noun
the impost or chaptrel

incumbo
incumbō
verb
to lay one's self upon

incumulatio
incumulātiō
noun
a filling up

incunabulum
incūnābulum
noun
swaddlingclothes

incunctabilis
incunctābilis
adjective
that admits of no delay

incunctabiliter
incunctābiliter
adverb
unhesitatingly

incunctans
incunctans
adjective
not delaying

incunctanter
incunctanter
adverb
without delay

incunctatus
incunctātus
adjective
undelayed

incupidus
incupidus
adjective
very desirous

incurabilis
incūrābilis
adjective
incurable

incuratus
incūrātus
adjective
Uncared for

incuria
incūria
noun
want of care

incuriose
incūriōsē
adverb
carelessly

incuriositas
incūriōsitās
noun
carelessness

incuriosus
incūriōsus
adjective
careless

incurro
incurrō
verb
to run into or towards

incursatio
incursātiō
noun
an attack

incursax
incursax
adjective
that makes frequent inroads

incursim
incursim
adverb
rapidly

incursio
incursiō
noun
a running against

incursito
incursitō
verb
to rush upon

incurso
incursō
verb
to run to or against

incursus
incursus
adjective

incursus
incursus
noun
a running against

incurvabilis
incurvābilis
adjective
not flexible

incurvatio
incurvātiō
noun
a bending

incurvesco
incurvescō
verb
to bend down

incurvicervicus
incurvicervīcus
adjective
having a crooked or wry neck

incurvisco
incurviscō
verb
to bend down

incurvisco
incurviscō
verb

incurvo
incurvō
verb
to bend

incurvus
incurvus
adjective
bent

incus
incūs
noun
an anvil

incusabilis
incūsābilis
adjective
blameworthy

incusatio
incūsātiō
noun
a blaming

incusativus
incūsātīvus
adjective
accusing

incusator
incūsātor
noun
an accuser

incusatus
incūsātus
adjective
complained of

incuso
incūsō
verb
to accuse

incussio
incussiō
noun
a falling in

incussor
incussor
noun
one who strikes

incussum
incussum
noun
bruised or injured parts

incussus
incussus
noun
a striking or dashing against

incussus
incussus
adjective

incustoditus
incustōdītus
adjective
not watched

incusus
incūsus
adjective

incutio
incutiō
verb
to strike upon or against

indagabilis
indāgābilis
adjective
investigating

indagatio
indāgātiō
noun
a searching into

indagator
indāgātor
noun
one who traces out

indagatrix
indāgātrix
noun
she who searches into

indagatus
indāgātus
adjective

indagatus
indāgātus
noun
an exploring

indages
indāgēs
noun
a searching into

indago
indāgō
verb
to trace out

indago
indāgō
noun
an encircling

indalbo
indalbō
cross-reference

indalbo
indalbō
verb
to make white or light

indaudio
indaudiō
cross-reference

indaudio
indaudiō
verb
to hear

inde
indē
adverb
from that place

indebite
indēbitē
adverb
without just cause

indebito
indēbitō
adverb
without just cause

indebitum
indēbitum
noun
that which is not due

indebitus
indēbitus
adjective
that is not owed

indecens
indecens
adjective
unseemly

indecenter
indecenter
adverb
unbecomingly

indecentia
indecentia
noun
unseemliness

indeceo
indeceō
verb
to misbecome

indeclinabilis
indēclīnābilis
adjective
inflexible

indeclinabiliter
indēclīnābiliter
adverb
unchangeably

indeclinatus
indēclīnātus
adjective
unchanged

indecor
indecor
adjective
unbecoming

indecora
indecōra
noun
ill-favored women

indecorabiliter
indecorābiliter
adverb
unbecomingly

indecore
indecōrē
adverb
unbecomingly

indecoris
indecoris
adjective
unbecoming

indecoris
indecoris
adjective

indecoro
indecorō
verb
to disgrace

indecorosus
indecōrōsus
adjective
disgraceful

indecorus
indecōrus
adjective
unbecoming

indefatigabilis
indēfatīgābilis
adjective
that cannot be wearied

indefatigatus
indēfatīgātus
adjective
unwearied

indefectus
indēfectus
adjective
undiminished

indefense
indēfensē
adverb
without defence

indefensus
indēfensus
adjective
unprotected

indefesse
indēfessē
adverb
unweariedly

indefessim
indēfessim
adverb
unweariedly

indefessus
indēfessus
adjective
unwearied

indeficiens
indēficiens
adjective
unfailing

indeficienter
indēficienter
adverb
continually

indeficientia
indēficientia
noun
an unfailing supply

indefinite
indēfīnītē
adverb
indefinitely

indefinitus
indēfīnītus
adjective
indefinite

indeflebilis
indeflēbilis
adjective
not to be lamented

indefletus
indeflētus
adjective
unwept

indeflexus
indeflexus
adjective
unbent

indejectus
indējectus
adjective
not thrown down

indelassatus
indēlassātus
adjective
unwearied

indelebilis
indēlēbilis
adjective
indelible

indelectatus
indēlectātus
adjective
not delighted

indelibatus
indēlībātus
adjective
untouched

indeliberanter
indēlīberanter
adverb
without reflection

indeliberatus
indēlīberātus
adjective
not reflected on

indelictus
indēlictus
adjective
not criminal

indemnatus
indemnātus
adjective
uncondemned

indemnis
indemnis
adjective
unhurt

indemnitas
indemnitās
noun
security from damage or loss

indemonstrabilis
indēmonstrābilis
adjective
not to be proved

indemutabilis
indēmūtābilis
adjective
unchangeable

indemutabiliter
indēmūtābiliter
adverb
immutably

indenuntiatus
indēnuntiātus
adjective
not declared or announced

indepisci
indepiscī
cross-reference

indeploratus
indeplōrātus
adjective
unwept

indepravatus
indeprāvātus
adjective
uncorrupted

indeprecabilis
indeprecābilis
adjective
that cannot be averted by prayer

indeprehensibilis
indeprehensibilis
adjective
undiscoverable

indeprensus
indeprensus
adjective
unobserved

indeptare
indeptāre
cross-reference

indeptus
indeptus
adjective

indeptus
indeptus
adjective

indescriptus
indescriptus
adjective
not divided

indesertus
indēsertus
adjective
not deserted

indeses
indēses
noun
not inactive

indesignatus
indēsignātus
adjective
undesigned

indesinens
indēsinens
adjective
incessant

indesinenter
indēsinenter
adverb
incessantly

indespectus
indespectus
adjective
that one cannot look down into

indestrictus
indestrictus
adjective
untouched

indeterminabilis
indēterminābilis
adjective
that cannot be defined

indeterminatus
indēterminātus
adjective
undefined

indetonsus
indētonsus
adjective
unshorn

indetribilis
indetrībilis
adjective
that cannot be rubbed or worn out

indetritus
indetrītus
adjective
not worn out

indevitatus
indēvītātus
adjective
unavoided

indevoratus
indēvorātus
adverb

indevote
indēvōtē
adverb
impiously

indevotio
indēvōtiō
noun
want of religion

indevotus
indēvōtus
adjective
irreligious

index
index
noun
he who

India
India
noun
India

Indianus
Indiānus
adjective
Indian

Indibile
Indibilē
adverb
on the farther side of the Ebro

indicabilis
indicābilis
adjective
that indicates

indicatio
indicātiō
noun
an indicating

indicativus
indicātīvus
adjective
indicative

indicator
indicātor
noun
one that points out

indicatura
indicātūra
noun
an indicating or rating

indicendus
indīcendus
cross-reference

indicens
indīcens
adjective
that does not say

indicina
indicīna
noun
a notice

indicium
indicium
noun
a notice

indiciva
indicīva
noun
the informer's reward

indicivus
indicīvus
adjective
indicating

indico
indīcō
verb
to declare publicly

indico
indicō
verb
to point out

indicticius
indictīcius
adjective
declared

indictio
indictiō
noun
a declaration

indictionalis
indictiōnālis
adjective
of or relating to an impost or tax

indictius
indictius
adjective
declared

indictivus
indictīvus
adjective
declared

indictus
indictus
adjective

indictus
indictus
adjective
Not said

indiculum
indiculum
noun
a short list or catalogue

indiculus
indiculus
noun
a short list or catalogue

Indicum
Indicum
noun
indigo

Indicus
Indicus
adjective
of India

indidem
indidem
adverb
from the same

indies
indies
noun
from day to day

indifferens
indifferens
noun
a thing indifferent

indifferens
indifferens
adjective
in which there is no difference

indifferenter
indifferenter
adverb
without distinction

indifferentia
indifferentia
noun
want of distinction or difference

indifficulter
indifficulter
adverb
easily

indigena
indigena
noun
a native

indigens
indigens
noun
a needy or indigent person

indigens
indigens
adjective
in want of

indigentia
indigentia
noun
Need

indigenus
indigenus
adjective
native

indigenus
indigenus
adjective
born in a country

indigeo
indigeō
verb
to need

Indiges
Indiges
noun

indiges
indigēs
noun
needy

Indiges
Indiges
noun

indigeste
indīgestē
adverb
without arrangement

indigestibilis
indīgestibilis
adjective
indigestible

indigestio
indīgestiō
noun
indigestion

indigestus
indīgestus
noun
indigestion

indigestus
indīgestus
adjective
unarranged

indigetamentum
indigetāmentum
noun
religious books containing the names of the gods and prescribing the mode of worshipping them

Indigetis
Indigetis
noun
heroes elevated to the rank of gods after their death

indigeto
indigetō
verb
to call upon

indigitamentum
indigitāmentum
noun
religious books containing the names of the gods and prescribing the mode of worshipping them

indigito
indigitō
cross-reference

indigito
indigitō
verb
to call upon

indignabundus
indignābundus
adjective
full of indignation

indignandus
indignandus
adjective

indignandus
indignandus
adjective
that at which one should be indignant

indignans
indignans
adjective

indignans
indignans
adjective
that cannot endure or suffer

indignanter
indignanter
adverb
indignantly

indignatio
indignātiō
noun
displeasure

indignatiuncula
indignātiuncula
noun
slight indignation

indignativus
indignātīvus
adjective
passionate

indignatus
indignātus
adjective

indigne
indignē
adverb
Unworthily

indignitas
indignitās
noun
unworthiness

indigniter
indigniter
adverb
Unworthily

indigniter
indigniter
adverb

indignor
indignor
verb
to consider as unworthy or improper

indignus
indignus
adjective
unworthy

indigus
indigus
adjective
needing

indiguus
indiguus
adjective
needing

indiligens
indīligens
adjective
careless

indiligenter
indīligenter
adverb
carelessly

indiligentia
indīligentia
noun
carelessness

indilucesco
indīlūcescō
verb
to begin to grow light

indimensus
indīmensus
adjective
immeasurable

indimissus
indīmissus
adjective
not put away

indipisco
indipiscō
verb
to begin

indipiscor
indipiscor
verb
to obtain

indipisco
indipiscō
verb

indirectus
indīrectus
adverb

indireptus
indīreptus
adjective
unplundered

indisciplina
indisciplīna
noun
want of education

indisciplinate
indisciplīnātē
adverb
in an undisciplined manner

indisciplinatio
indisciplīnātiō
noun
want of discipline

indisciplinatus
indisciplīnātus
adjective
without discipline

indisciplinosus
indisciplīnōsus
adjective
without discipline

indiscissus
indiscissus
adjective
not cut to pieces

indisco
indiscō
verb
to learn thoroughly

indiscrete
indiscrētē
adverb
without distinction

indiscretim
indiscrētim
adverb
without distinction

indiscretio
indiscrētiō
noun
lack of discernment

indiscretus
indiscrētus
adjective
unseparated

indiscriminabilis
indiscrīminābilis
adjective
that cannot be distinguished

indiscriminatim
indiscrīminātim
adverb
without distinction

indiscusse
indiscussē
adverb
without examination

indiscussibilis
indiscussibilis
adjective
that is not to be discussed

indiscussus
indiscussus
adjective
not discussed

indiserte
indisertē
adverb
not eloquently

indisertus
indisertus
adjective
not eloquent

indisjunctim
indisjunctim
adverb
immediately

indispensatus
indispensātus
adjective
not properly distributed

indispertibilis
indispertibilis
adjective
indivisible

indisposite
indispositē
adverb
without order

indispositus
indispositus
adjective
without order

indisputabilis
indisputābilis
adjective
indisputable

indissecabilis
indissecābilis
adjective
indivisible

indissimilis
indissimilis
adjective
not unlike

indissimulabilis
indissimulābilis
adjective
that cannot be dissembled

indissociabilis
indissociābilis
adjective
inseparable

indissociabiliter
indissociābiliter
adverb
inseparably

indissocialus
indissociālus
adjective
inseparable

indissolubilis
indissolūbilis
adjective
that cannot be dissolved or loosed

indissolubiliter
indissolūbiliter
adverb
indissolubly

indistanter
indistanter
adverb
Uninterruptedly

indistincte
indistinctē
adverb
Without distinction

indistinctus
indistinctus
adjective
Not properly distinguished

indistrictus
indistrictus
adverb

inditus
inditus
adjective

inditus
inditus
adjective
put or placed into

individuitas
indīviduitās
noun
indivisibility

individuum
indīviduum
noun
an atom

individuus
indīviduus
adjective
not divided

indivise
indīvīsē
adverb
undividedly

indivisibilis
indīvīsibilis
adjective
indivisible

indivisibiliter
indīvīsibiliter
adverb
indivisibly

indivisus
indīvīsus
adjective
undivided

indivulsus
indīvulsus
adjective
not separated

indo
indō
verb
to put

indocibilis
indocibilis
adjective
unteachable

indocibilitas
indocibilitas
cross-reference

indocilis
indocilis
adjective
Difficult to be taught

indocilitas
indocilitās
noun
unteachableness

indocte
indoctē
adverb
unlearnedly

indoctor
indoctor
cross-reference

indoctus
indoctus
adjective
untaught

indolatilis
indolātilis
adjective
that cannot be fashioned

indolatus
indolātus
adjective
not cut

indolentia
indolentia
noun
freedom from pain

indoles
indolēs
noun
an inborn or native quality

indolesco
indolescō
verb
to feel pain

indoloria
indolōria
cross-reference

indoloria
indolōria
cross-reference
anaesthetics

indoloria
indolōria
noun
absence of pain

indoloris
indolōris
adjective
free from pain

indolorius
indolōrius
adjective
painless

indomabilis
indomābilis
adjective
that cannot be broken in or tamed

indominabilis
indominābilis
adjective
that cannot be mastered

indomitabilis
indomitābilis
adjective
not to be subdued

indomitus
indomitus
adjective
untamed

indonatus
indōnātus
adjective
without a present

indormio
indormiō
verb
to sleep or fall asleep at

indormis
indormis
adjective
sleepless

indotatus
indōtātus
adjective
unportioned

indu
indu
preposition
within

indu
indu
cross-reference

indubie
indubiē
adverb
doubtlessly

indubitabilis
indubitābilis
adjective
that cannot be doubted

indubitabiliter
indubitābiliter
adverb
indubitably

indubitandus
indubitandus
adjective
not to be doubted

indubitanter
indubitanter
adverb
indubitably

indubitate
indubitātē
adverb
undoubtedly

indubitato
indubitātō
adverb
undoubtedly

indubitatus
indubitātus
adjective
undoubted

indubito
indubitō
verb
to doubt of

indubius
indubius
adjective
not doubtful

inducia
indūcia
noun
a cessation of hostilities

induciae
indūciae
cross-reference

Induciomarus
Induciomarus
cross-reference

Induciomarus
Induciomarus
noun
a chief of the Treviri

induco
indūcō
verb
to lead

inductibilis
inductibilis
adjective
that may be drawn or smeared over

inducticius
inductīcius
adjective
introduced

inductio
inductiō
noun
a leading or bringing into

inductius
inductius
adjective
introduced

inductive
inductīvē
adverb
by yielding

inductivus
inductīvus
adjective
relating to an assumption

inductor
inductor
noun
one who stirs up or rouses

inductorium
inductōrium
noun
a covering

inductorius
inductōrius
adjective
misleading

inductrix
inductrix
noun
she that misleads or deceives

inductura
inductūra
noun
a covering

inductus
inductus
noun
an inducement

inductus
inductus
adjective

inductus
inductus
adjective
introduced

inducula
indūcula
noun
a kind of under-garment worn by females

indugredior
indugredior
cross-reference

indulceo
indulceō
verb
to become very sweet

indulcitas
indulcitas
cross-reference

indulco
indulcō
verb
to make sweet

indulcoro
indulcōrō
verb
to make very sweet

indulgens
indulgens
adjective

indulgens
indulgens
adjective

indulgenter
indulgenter
adverb
indulgently

indulgentia
indulgentia
noun
indulgence

indulgeo
indulgeō
verb
to be courteous or complaisant

indulgitas
indulgitās
noun
indulgence

indultor
indultor
noun
a favorer

indultum
indultum
noun
indulgence

indultus
indultus
noun
leave

indultus
indultus
adjective

indumentum
indūmentum
noun
a garment

induo
induō
verb
to put on

indupedio
indupediō
adjective

indupeditus
indupedītus
adjective

induperans
induperans
adjective

induperator
induperātor
cross-reference

indupero
induperō
cross-reference

induratus
indūrātus
adjective

induratus
indūrātus
adjective
hardened

induresco
indūrescō
verb
to become hard

induro
indūrō
verb
to make hard

Indus
Indus
noun
the name of two rivers

Indus
Indus
adjective
of or belonging to India

Indus
Indus
noun
An Indian

Indus
Indus
noun
the inhabitants of India

indusiarius
indūsiārius
noun
a maker of women's under-garments

indusiatus
indūsiātus
adjective
that has on an under-garment

indusio
indūsiō
verb
to clothe

indusium
indūsium
noun
a woman's under - garment

industria
industria
noun
diligence

Industria
Industria
noun
a city in Liguria

industrie
industriē
adverb
diligently

Industriensis
Industriensis
adjective

industriose
industriōsē
adverb
very industriously

industriosus
industriōsus
adjective
very active

industrius
industrius
adjective
active

indutia
indūtia
noun
a cessation of hostilities

indutilis
indūtilis
adjective
that can be inserted or joined in

Indutiomarus
Indutiomarus
noun
a chief of the Treviri

indutor
indūtor
noun
a wearer

indutorius
indūtōrius
adjective
that can be put on

indutus
indūtus
adjective

indutus
indūtus
noun
a putting on

induvia
induvia
noun
clothes

induvium
induvium
cross-reference

inebrae
inebrae
cross-reference

inebriatio
inēbriātiō
noun
inebriation

inebriator
inēbriātor
noun
one who makes drunk

inebrio
inēbriō
verb
to make drunk

inedax
inedax
adjective
not voracious

inedia
inedia
noun
an abstaining from food

ineditus
inēditus
adjective
not made known

ineffabilis
ineffābilis
adjective
unutterable

ineffabilitas
ineffābilitās
noun
unutterableness

ineffabiliter
ineffābiliter
adverb
unutterably

ineffectus
ineffectus
adjective
not

inefficacia
inefficācia
noun
inefficacy

inefficaciter
inefficāciter
adverb
ineffectually

inefficax
inefficax
adjective
ineffectual

ineffigiabilis
ineffigiābilis
adjective
that cannot be portrayed or delineated

ineffigiatus
ineffigiātus
adjective
without form

ineffrenatus
ineffrēnātus
adjective
unbridled

ineffugibilis
ineffugibilis
adjective
unavoidable

ineffusus
ineffūsus
cross-reference

inelaboratus
inēlabōrātus
adjective
unlabored

inelegans
inēlegans
adjective
not choice or elegant

ineleganter
inēleganter
adverb
not choicely

inelegantia
inēlegantia
noun
tastelessness

ineloquax
inēloquax
adjective
unutterable

ineloquens
inēloquens
adjective
ineloquent

ineloquibilis
inēloquibilis
adjective
unutterable

ineluctabilis
inēluctābilis
adjective
from which one cannot extricate one's self

ineluibilis
inēluibilis
adjective
that cannot be washed out

inemendabilis
inēmendābilis
adjective
that cannot be amended

inemendatus
inēmendātus
adjective
unamended

inemensus
inēmensus
adjective
unmeasured

inemeribilis
inēmeribilis
adjective
that cannot be merited

inemigrabilis
inēmigrābilis
adjective
not capable of removing

inemorior
inēmorior
verb
to die in or at

inemptus
inemptus
adjective
unbought

inemtus
inemtus
adjective
unbought

inenarrabilis
inēnarrābilis
adjective
that cannot be related or described

inenarrativus
inēnarrātīvus
adjective
not adapted for relation

inenarratus
inēnarrātus
adjective
unexplained

inenatabilis
inēnatābilis
adjective
from which one cannot swim out

inenodabilis
inēnōdābilis
adjective
that cannot be freed from knots

inenormis
inēnormis
adjective
not irregular

inenuntiabilis
inēnuntiābilis
adjective
unspeakable

ineo
ineō
verb
To go into

inepte
ineptē
adverb
improperly

ineptia
ineptia
noun
silliness

ineptia
ineptia
noun
sillinesses

ineptio
ineptiō
verb
to talk or act absurdly

ineptiola
ineptiola
noun
an absurdity

ineptitudo
ineptitūdō
noun
absurdity

ineptus
ineptus
adjective
unsuitable

inequitabilis
inequitābilis
adjective
that cannot be ridden upon

inequito
inequitō
verb
to ride upon or over

inermat
inermat
cross-reference

inermis
inermis
adjective
unarmed

inermus
inermus
adjective
unarmed

inerrabilis
inerrābilis
adjective
unerring

inerrans
inerrans
adjective
not wandering

inerro
inerrō
verb
to wander or ramble about in

iners
iners
adjective
unskilled

inersitudo
inersitūdō
noun
inactivity

inerter
inerter
adverb
inactively

inertia
inertia
noun
want of art or skill

inerticulus
inerticulus
adjective
inactive

inerudite
inērudītē
adverb
unlearnedly

ineruditio
inērudītiō
noun
want of learning

ineruditus
inērudītus
adjective
uninstructed

inerumpibilis
inērumpibilis
adjective
not to be torn

inescatio
inescātiō
noun
an alluring

inesco
inescō
verb
To allure with bait

inesus
inēsus
adjective
uneaten

ineuscheme
ineuschēmē
adverb

inevectus
inēvectus
adjective
borne or mounted upon

inevitabilia
inēvītābilia
adverb

inevitabilis
inēvītābilis
adjective
unavoidable

inevitabiliter
inēvītābiliter
adverb

inevolutus
inēvolūtus
adjective
not rolled out

inevulsibilis
inēvulsibilis
adjective
that cannot be torn away

inexaminatus
inexāminātus
adjective
unexamined

inexaturabilis
inexaturābilis
adjective
insatiable

inexcitabilis
inexcitābilis
adjective
from which one cannot be aroused

inexcitus
inexcītus
adjective
unmoved

inexcoctus
inexcoctus
adjective
unexhausted

inexcogitabilis
inexcōgitābilis
adjective
inconceivable

inexcogitatus
inexcōgitātus
adjective
not thought of

inexcultus
inexcultus
adjective
unadorned

inexcusabilis
inexcūsābilis
adjective
that cannot be excused

inexcusatus
inexcūsātus
adjective
not excused

inexcussus
inexcussus
adjective
unshaken

inexercitatus
inexercitātus
adjective
Untrained

inexercitus
inexercitus
adjective
unemployed

inexesus
inexēsus
adjective
unconsumed

inexhaustus
inexhaustus
adjective
unexhausted

inexoptabilis
inexoptābilis
adjective
not desirable

inexorabilis
inexōrābilis
adjective
That cannot be moved by entreaty

inexorabilitas
inexōrābilitās
noun
inexorability

inexoratus
inexōrātus
adjective
not entreated

inexortus
inexortus
adjective
that has not originated

inexpectatus
inexpectātus
adjective
unexpected

inexpectatus
inexpectātus
adverb

inexpedibilis
inexpedibilis
adjective
unavoidable

inexpeditus
inexpedītus
adjective
not free

inexperientia
inexperientia
noun
inexperience

inexperrectus
inexperrectus
adjective
unawakened

inexpers
inexpers
adjective
unacquainted with

inexpertus
inexpertus
adjective
untried

inexpiabilis
inexpiābilis
adjective
that cannot be atoned for

inexpiabiliter
inexpiābiliter
adverb
inexpiably

inexpiatus
inexpiātus
adjective
not atoned for

inexplacabilis
inexplācābilis
adjective
implacable

inexplanabilis
inexplānābilis
adjective
inexplicable

inexplanatus
inexplānātus
adjective
indistinct

inexplebilis
inexplēbilis
adjective
that cannot be filled

inexpletus
inexplētus
adjective
not filled

inexplicabilis
inexplicābilis
adjective
that cannot be unfolded or loosened

inexplicabiliter
inexplicābiliter
adverb
inextricably

inexplicatus
inexplicātus
adjective
unexplained

inexplicitus
inexplicitus
adjective
Not to be unfolded or traced

inexplorate
inexplōrātē
adverb
without examining beforehand

inexplorato
inexplōrātō
adverb
without previous examination

inexploratus
inexplōrātus
adjective
unexplored

inexpugnabilis
inexpugnābilis
adjective
that cannot be taken by assault

inexpugnatus
inexpugnātus
adjective
unconquered

inexputabilis
inexputābilis
adjective
incalculable

inexquisitus
inexquīsītus
adjective
not to be inquired into

inexsaturabilis
inexsaturābilis
adjective
insatiable

inexsecrabilis
inexsecrābilis
adjective
not execrable

inexsecutio
inexsecūtiō
noun
pursuit

inexsolubilis
inexsolūbilis
adjective
indestructible

inexspectatus
inexspectātus
adjective
unexpected

inexstinctus
inexstinctus
adjective
unextinguished

inexstinguibilis
inexstinguibilis
adjective
unextinguishable

inexstirpabilis
inexstirpābilis
adjective
that cannot be rooted out

inexsuperabilis
inexsuperābilis
adjective
that cannot be crossed or passed over

inexterminabilis
inexterminābilis
adjective
that cannot be exterminated

in extinctus
in extinctus
adjective
unextinguished

inextinguibilis
inextinguibilis
adjective
unextinguishable

inextirpabilis
inextirpābilis
adjective
that cannot be rooted out

inextricabilis
inextrīcābilis
adjective
that cannot be disengaged or disentangled

inextricabiliter
inextrīcābiliter
adverb
inextricably

inextricatus
inextrīcātus
adjective
undeveloped

inexuperabilis
inexuperābilis
adjective
that cannot be crossed or passed over

infabre
infābrē
adverb
in an unworkmanlike manner

infabre
infabrē
adverb
in an unworkmanlike manner

infabricatus
infabricātus
adjective
unwrought

infacete
infacētē
adverb
coarsely

infacetia
infacētia
noun
rude jests

infacetus
infacētus
adjective
coarse

infactus
infactus
adverb

infacundia
infācundia
noun
want of eloquence

infacundus
infācundus
adjective
ineloquent

infaeco
infaecō
verb
to pollute

infallibiliter
infallibiliter
adverb
infallibly

infalsatus
infalsātus
adjective
falsified

infamatio
infāmātiō
noun
a calumny

infamia
infāmia
noun

infamis
infāmis
adjective
of ill report

infamiter
infāmiter
adverb
infamously

infamo
infāmō
verb
to bring into ill repute

infandus
infandus
adjective
unspeakable

infans
infans
adjective
a young or little child

infans
infans
adjective
that cannot speak

infantaria
infantāria
noun
a woman fond of infants

infantarius
infantārius
noun
sacrificers of infants

infantarius
infantārius
adjective
that has to do with infants

infantia
infantia
noun
inability to speak

infanticida
infanticīda
noun
a child-murderer

infanticidium
infanticīdium
noun
child-murder

infantilis
infantilis
adjective
of or belonging to infants or little children

infantiliter
infantiliter
adverb
like a child

infanto
infantō
verb
to nourish or feed as an infant

infantula
infantula
noun
a little girl

infantulus
infantulus
noun
a little infant

infarcio
infarciō
verb
To stuff into

infarsus
infarsus
adjective

INFAS
INFAS
adjective
a young or little child

INFAS
INFAS
adjective
that cannot speak

infascinabilis
infascinābilis
adjective
that cannot be bewitched

infascinate
infascinātē
adverb
without being bewitched

infastidibilis
infastīdibilis
adjective
not to be loathed

infastiditus
infastīdītus
adjective
not loathed

infatigabilis
infatīgābilis
adjective
indefatigable

infatigabiliter
infatīgābiliter
adverb
indefatigably

infatigatus
infatīgātus
adjective
unwearied

infatigo
infatīgō
verb
not to weary

infatuatio
infatuātiō
noun
infatuation

infatuo
infatuō
verb
to make a fool of

infauste
infaustē
adverb
unfortunately

infaustum
infaustum
noun
a misfortune

infaustus
infaustus
adjective
unfortunate

infavorabilis
infavōrābilis
adjective
unfavorable

infavorabiliter
infavōrābiliter
adverb
unfavorably

infectio
infectiō
noun
a non-performance

infectio
infectiō
noun
a dyeing

infectivum
infectīvum
noun
dye-stuffs

infectivus
infectīvus
adjective
pertaining to dyeing

infector
infector
noun
a dyer

infectorium
infectōrium
noun
a dye-house

infectorius
infectōrius
adjective
that serves for dyeing

infectrix
infectrix
noun
one that infects

infectus
infectus
adjective
Not made or done

infectus
infectus
adjective

infectus
infectus
noun
a dyeing

infecunde
infēcundē
adverb
unfruitfully

infecunditas
infēcunditās
noun
unfruitfulness

infecundus
infēcundus
adjective
unfruitful

infelicitas
infēlīcitās
noun
ill-luck

infeliciter
infēlīciter
adverb
unhappily

infelicito
infēlīcitō
verb
to render unhappy

infelico
infēlīcō
verb
to render unhappy

infelix
infēlix
noun
unfruitful

infendere
infenderē
adverb

infenditor
infenditor
cross-reference

infense
infensē
adverb
hostilely

infenso
infensō
verb
to treat in a hostile manner

infensus
infensus
adjective
hostile

infer
infer
adjective
that is below

inferax
inferax
adjective
unfruitful

infercio
inferciō
verb
To stuff into

inferia
inferia
noun
sacrifices in honor of the dead

inferialis
inferiālis
adjective
of or belonging to a funeral

inferialium
inferiālium
noun
sacrifices to the dead

inferior
inferior
adjective
lower

inferioris
inferiōris
noun
the people of the lower part of the city

inferius
inferius
adjective
that is offered or sacrificed

inferius
inferius
adverb

infermentatus
infermentātus
adjective
unleavened

infermentum
infermentum
noun
unleavened bread

infernalis
infernālis
adjective
nether

infernas
infernas
adjective
of or from the lower country

inferne
infernē
adverb
below

infernum
infernum
noun
The lower parts of the body

infernum
infernum
noun
the depths of the earth

infernus
infernus
noun
hell

infernus
infernus
noun
the shades below

infernus
infernus
adjective
lower

infero
inferō
verb
to carry

infersus
infersus
cross-reference

infersus
infersus
adjective

infertilis
infertilis
adjective
unfruitful

infertilitas
infertilitās
noun
unfruitfulness

infertor
infertor
noun
one who serves up dishes

infertus
infertus
adjective

inferus
inferus
noun
the inhabitants of the infernal regions

inferus
inferus
adjective
that is below

infervefacio
infervefaciō
verb
to cause to boil in

infervefio
infervefīō
verb

inferveo
inferveō
verb
to boil in

infervesco
infervescō
verb
to boil down

infestatio
infestātiō
noun
a disturbing

infestator
infestātor
noun
a disturber

infeste
infestē
adverb
hostilely

infestiviter
infestīviter
adverb
inelegantly

infestivus
infestīvus
adjective
not agreeable

infesto
infestō
verb
to attack

infestus
infestus
adjective
made unsafe

infiblo
infiblō
verb
to clasp

infibulo
infībulō
verb
to clasp

inficete
inficētē
adverb
coarsely

inficete
inficētē
adverb

inficetia
inficētia
noun
rude jests

inficetus
inficētus
adjective
coarse

inficetus
inficētus
adverb

inficia
inficia
noun
denial

inficiae
inficiaē
adverb

inficialis
inficiālis
adjective
negative

inficiatio
inficiātiō
noun
a denial

inficiator
inficiātor
noun
a denier

inficiatrix
inficiātrix
noun
she that denies or disowns

inficiens
inficiens
adjective
that does nothing

inficiens
inficiens
adjective

inficior
inficior
verb
not to confess

inficio
inficiō
verb
to put or dip into

inficior
inficior
cross-reference

infidelis
infidēlis
adjective
that cannot be relied upon

infidelitas
infidēlitās
noun
unfaithfulness

infideliter
infidēliter
adverb
faithlessly

infidibulum
infīdibulum
cross-reference

infidibulum
infīdibulum
noun
a funnel

infidigraphus
infīdigraphus
adjective
writing faithlessly

infidus
infīdus
adjective
not to be trusted

infigo
infīgō
verb
to fix

infigurabilis
infigūrābilis
adjective
shapeless

infimatis
infimātis
adjective
one of the lowest

infimitas
infimitās
noun
lowness

infimo
infimō
verb
to make low

infimum
infimum
noun
the lowest part

infimus
infīmus
adjective
lowest

infimus
infimus
adjective
lowest

infindo
infindō
verb
to cut into

infinibilis
infīnībilis
adjective
endless

infinitas
infīnitās
noun
boundlessness

infinite
infīnītē
adverb
Without bounds

infinitio
infīnītiō
noun
boundlessness

infinitivus
infīnītīvus
adjective
unlimited

infinitivus
infīnītīvus
noun
unlimited

infinito
infīnītō
adverb
immensely

infinitum
infīnītum
noun
an infinitude

infinitum
infīnītum
noun
boundless space

infinitus
infīnītus
adjective
not enclosed within boundaries

infio
infīō
verb

infirmantis
infirmantis
noun
the weak

infirmatio
infirmātiō
noun
a weakening

infirme
infirmē
adverb
Weakly

infirmis
infirmis
adjective

infirmis
infirmis
adjective
not strong

infirmitas
infirmitās
noun
want of strength

infirmiter
infirmiter
adverb
weakly

infirmo
infirmō
verb
to deprive of strength

infirmo
infirmō
verb
to establish in

infirmum
infirmum
noun
the weak parts

infirmus
infirmus
adjective
not strong

infit
infit
cross-reference
v. def

infitens
infitens
adjective
that does not confess

infiteri
infitērī
adverb

infitia
infitia
noun
denial

infitialis
infitiālis
adjective
negative

infitiatio
infitiātiō
noun
a denial

infitiator
infitiātor
noun
a denier

infitiatrix
infitiātrix
noun
she that denies or disowns

infitior
infitior
verb
not to confess

infixus
infixus
adjective

inflabellatus
inflābellātus
adjective
breathed into

inflabilis
inflābilis
adjective
that may be inflated

inflacceo
inflacceō
verb
to become flaccid or weak

inflagro
inflāgrō
verb
to kindle

inflamen
inflāmen
noun
a state of inflation

inflammanter
inflammanter
adverb
in an inflammatory manner

inflammatio
inflammātiō
noun
a kindling

inflammatrix
inflammātrix
noun
she that kindles or inflames

inflammatus
inflammātus
adjective
inflamed

inflammo
inflammō
verb
to set on fire

inflate
inflātē
adverb
haughtily

inflatilis
inflātilis
adjective
of or for blowing

inflatio
inflātiō
noun
a blowing itself up

inflatus
inflātus
adjective
blown into

inflatus
inflātus
noun
a blowing into

inflatus
inflātus
adjective

inflecto
inflectō
verb
to bend

infletus
inflētus
adjective
unwept

inflexibilis
inflexibilis
adjective
that cannot be bent

inflexio
inflexiō
noun
a bending

inflexuosus
inflexuōsus
adjective
not flexible

inflexus
inflexus
noun
a bending

inflexus
inflexus
adjective

inflexus
inflexus
adjective

inflictio
inflictiō
noun
a laying on

inflictus
inflictus
adjective

inflictus
inflictus
noun
a striking on or against

infligo
inflīgō
verb
to strike

inflo
inflō
verb
to blow into or upon

infloresco
inflōrescō
verb
to begin to blossom

influo
influō
verb
to flow or run into

influus
influus
adjective
flowing in

influxio
influxiō
noun
a flowing in

influxus
influxus
noun
a flowing in

infodio
infodiō
verb
to dig in or up

infoecundus
infoecundus
cross-reference

infoederatus
infoederātus
adjective
not leagued together

informabilis
informābilis
adjective
insusceptible of form

informatio
informātiō
noun
a representation

informator
informātor
noun
one who fashions

informidabilis
informīdābilis
adjective
not to be feared

informidatus
informīdātus
adjective
not feared

informis
informis
adjective
that has no form or not a proper form

informitas
informitās
noun
unshapeliness

informiter
informiter
adverb
hideously

informo
informō
verb
to give form to

inforo
inforō
verb
to accuse in a court of justice: Curc

inforo
inforō
verb
to bore into

infortunatus
infortūnātus
adjective
unfortunate

infortunitas
infortūnitas
noun
misfortune

infortunium
infortūnium
noun
misfortune

infossio
infossiō
noun
a digging in

infossus
infossus
adjective

infra
infrā
adverb
on the under side

infractio
infractiō
noun
a breaking to pieces

infractus
infractus
adjective

infractus
infractus
adjective
broken

infractus
infractus
adjective
unbroken

infraenfrenatio
infraenfrēnātiō
noun
a taming

infraenfrenatus
infraenfrēnātus
adjective
without a bridle

infraenfrenis
infraenfrēnis
adjective
without a bridle

infraenfreno
infraenfrēnō
verb
to put on a bridle

infraenis
infraenis
adjective
without a bridle

infraeno
infraenō
cross-reference

infraenus
infraenus
adjective
without a bridle

infraforanus
infrāforānus
adjective
that is under the Forum

infragilis
infragilis
adjective
that cannot be broken to pieces

infremo
infremō
verb
to make or utter a noise

infrenatio
infrēnātiō
noun
a taming

infrenatus
infrēnātus
adjective

infrenatus
infrēnātus
adjective
without a bridle

infrendeo
infrendeō
verb
to gnash

infrendis
infrendis
adjective
that cannot gnash

infrendo
infrendō
verb

infrendo
infrendō
verb
to gnash

infrenis
infrēnis
adjective
without a bridle

infreno
infrēnō
verb
to put on a bridle

infrenus
infrēnus
adjective
without a bridle

infrequens
infrequens
adjective
that does not often or frequently take place

infrequentatus
infrequentātus
adjective
not much used

infrequenter
infrequenter
adverb
rarely

infrequentia
infrequentia
noun
A small number

infrico
infricō
verb
to rub in

infricolo
infricolō
verb
to

infrictio
infrictiō
noun
a rubbing

infrictus
infrictus
adverb

infrigesco
infrīgescō
verb
to become cold

infrigidatio
infrīgidātiō
noun
a cooling

infrigido
infrīgidō
verb
to make cold or cool

infringo
infringō
verb
to break off

infrio
infriō
verb
to rub into

infrons
infrons
adjective
without foliage

infrontate
infrontātē
adverb
impudently

infructiferus
infructiferus
adjective
bearing no fruit

infructuose
infructuōsē
adverb
fruitlessly

infructuositas
infructuōsitās
noun
unfruitfulness

infructuosus
infructuōsus
adjective
unfruitful

infrunite
infrūnītē
adverb
senselessly

infrunitus
infrūnītus
adjective
unfit for enjoyment

infucatus
infūcātus
adjective
painted

infucatus
infūcātus
adjective
not painted

infudibulum
infūdibulum
cross-reference

infudibulum
infūdibulum
noun
a funnel

infula
infula
noun
a band

infulatus
infulātus
adjective
adorned with the

infulcio
infulciō
verb
to cram in

infulgerat
infulgerat
cross-reference
it lightens

infullonicatus
infullōnicātus
adjective
not fulled

infumatis
infumātis
adjective
one of the lowest

infumibulum
infūmibulum
cross-reference

infumo
infūmō
verb
to smoke

infumus
infumus
adjective

infumus
infumus
adjective
lowest

infundibulum
infundibulum
noun
a funnel

infundo
infundō
verb
to pour in

infurnibulum
infurnibulum
noun
a funnel for inhaling smoke

infusco
infuscō
verb
to make dark or dusky

infuscus
infuscus
adjective
dusky

infusio
infūsiō
noun
a pouring in or into

infusor
infūsor
noun
one who pours in

infusorium
infūsōrium
noun
a can

infusus
infūsus
noun
a pouring in

infusus
infūsus
adjective

infusus
infūsus
adjective
poured over or into

Ingaevonis
Ingaevonis
noun
a Germanic tribe

Ingaunus
Ingaunus
noun
a people of Liguria

ingemino
ingeminō
verb
to redouble

ingemiscendus
ingemiscendus
adjective
lamentable

ingemisco
ingemisco
noun
to groan or sigh over

ingemitus
ingemitus
noun
a groan

ingemmesco
ingemmescō
verb
to become a jewel

ingemo
ingemō
verb
to groan or sigh over

ingenerasco
ingenerascō
cross-reference

ingenero
ingenerō
verb
To implant

ingeniatus
ingeniātus
adjective
naturally constituted

ingeniculatus
ingeniculātus
adjective

ingeniculatus
ingeniculātus
adjective
kneeling

ingeniculo
ingeniculō
verb
to cause one to bend the knee

ingeniculus
ingeniculus
adjective
kneeling

ingeniolum
ingeniolum
noun
a little genius

ingeniose
ingeniōsē
adverb
acutely

ingeniosus
ingeniōsus
adjective
intellectual

ingenitus
ingenitus
adjective

ingenitus
ingenitus
adjective
unbegotten

ingenium
ingenium
noun
innate or natural quality

ingeno
ingenō
cross-reference

ingens
ingens
adjective
of immoderate size

ingenua
ingenua
noun
a free-born man or woman

ingenuatus
ingenuātus
adjective
naturally constituted

ingenuatus
ingenuātus
adverb

ingenue
ingenuē
adverb
in a manner befitting a person of free or noble birth

ingenuilis
ingenuīlis
adjective
sincere

ingenuinus
ingenuīnus
adjective
that belongs to an

ingenuitas
ingenuitās
noun
The condition of a free-born man or gentleman

ingenus
ingenus
adjective
intellectual

ingenuus
ingenuus
noun
a free-born man or woman

ingenuus
ingenuus
adjective
Native

ingero
ingerō
verb
to carry

ingestabilis
ingestābilis
adjective
that cannot be borne

ingestio
ingestiō
noun
a pouring in

ingesto
ingestō
verb
to bear

ingestus
ingestus
noun
a presenting with

ingestus
ingestus
adjective

ingigno
ingignō
verb
to instil by birth or nature

inglomero
inglomerō
verb
to heap together

ingloriosus
inglōriōsus
adjective
inglorious

inglorius
inglōrius
adjective
without glory or fame

inglutinatus
inglūtinātus
adjective
not glued or fastened

inglutio
inglūtiō
verb
to swallow down

ingluvies
ingluviēs
noun
the crop

ingluviosus
ingluviōsus
adjective
voracious

ingrandesco
ingrandescō
verb
to grow big

ingrate
ingrātē
adverb
Unpleasantly

ingratia
ingrātia
noun
Thanklessness

ingratificatio
ingrātificātiō
noun
unthankfulness

ingratificentia
ingrātificentia
cross-reference
unthankfulness

ingratificus
ingrātificus
adjective
unthankful

ingratiis
ingrātiīs
adverb
without one's thanks

ingratis
ingrātīs
adverb
without one's thanks

ingratitudo
ingrātitūdō
noun
Unthankfulness

ingratus
ingrātus
adjective
Unpleasant

ingravate
ingravātē
adverb
not grudgingly

ingravatio
ingravātiō
noun
a load

ingravesco
ingravescō
verb
to grow heavy

ingravidatus
ingravidātus
adjective
burdened

ingravido
ingravidō
verb
To make pregnant

ingravis
ingravis
cross-reference

ingravo
ingravō
verb
To weigh down

ingredior
ingredior
verb
to go into

ingressio
ingressiō
noun
a going into

ingressus
ingressus
noun
a going into

ingruens
ingruens
cross-reference

ingruo
ingruō
verb
to rush or break into

inguen
inguen
noun
the front part of the body between the hips

inguina
inguina
noun
the front part of the body between the hips

inguinalis
inguinālis
adjective
of or belonging to the groin

inguinarius
inguinārius
adjective
of or belonging to the groin

Inguiomerus
Inguiomerus
noun
a prince of the Germans

ingurgitatio
ingurgitātiō
noun
immoderate eating and drinking

ingurgito
ingurgitō
verb
to pour in

ingustabilis
ingustābilis
adjective
that cannot be tasted

ingustatus
ingustātus
adjective
untasted

ingusto
ingustō
verb
to give to taste

Ingyaeonis
Ingyaeonis
noun
a German tribe

inhabilis
inhabilis
adjective
that cannot be managed

inhabitabilis
inhabitābilis
adjective
inhabitable

inhabitabilis
inhabitābilis
adjective
uninhabitable

inhabitaculum
inhabitāculum
noun
a dwelling-place

inhabitantes
inhabitantes
noun
inhabitants

inhabitatio
inhabitātiō
noun
a dwelling

inhabitator
inhabitātor
noun
a dweller

inhabito
inhabitō
verb
to dwell in

inhaeredito
inhaerēditō
cross-reference

inhaereo
inhaereō
verb
to stick in

inhaeresco
inhaerescō
verb
to stick fast

inhaesio
inhaesiō
noun
a hanging or adhering to

inhalatus
inhālātus
noun
a breathing at

inhalo
inhālō
verb
to breathe at or upon

inhamo
inhāmō
verb
to fasten by a hook

inheredito
inhērēditō
verb
to appoint an heir

inheredo
inhērēdō
verb
to appoint as an heir

inhianter
inhianter
adverb
with open mouth

inhiatio
inhiātiō
noun
an opening of the mouth

inhibeo
inhibeō
verb
to lay hold of

inhibitio
inhibitiō
noun
a restraining

inhibitus
inhibitus
adjective

inhinnio
inhinniō
verb
to neigh at

inhio
inhiō
verb
to stand open

inhisco
inhiscō
verb

inhonestamentum
inhonestāmentum
noun
dishonor

inhonestas
inhonestās
noun
dishonor

inhonestatio
inhonestātiō
noun
a dishonoring

inhoneste
inhonestē
adverb
dishonorably

inhonesto
inhonestō
verb
to dishonor

inhonestus
inhonestus
adjective
Dishonorable

inhonorabilis
inhonōrābilis
adjective
unhonored

inhonoratio
inhonōrātiō
noun
a dishonoring

inhonoratus
inhonōrātus
adjective

inhonoratus
inhonōrātus
adjective

inhonore
inhonōrē
adverb
dishonorably

inhonorificus
inhonōrificus
adjective
not honorable

inhonoris
inhonōris
adjective
unhonored

inhonoro
inhonōrō
verb
to dishonor

inhonorus
inhonōrus
adjective
without honor

inhorreo
inhorreō
verb
to stand on end

inhorresco
inhorrescō
verb
to send forth sharp points

inhortatus
inhortātus
adjective
instigated

inhortor
inhortor
verb
to incite

inhospitalis
inhospitālis
adjective
inhospitable

inhospitalitas
inhospitālitās
noun
inhospitality

inhospitaliter
inhospitāliter
adverb
inhospitably

inhospitum
inhospitum
noun
inhospitable regions

inhospitus
inhospitus
adjective
inhospitable

inhostus
inhostus
adverb

inhumanatio
inhūmānātiō
noun
a being made man

inhumanatus
inhūmānātus
adjective
made man

inhumane
inhūmānē
adverb
inhumanly

inhumanitas
inhūmānitās
noun
inhumanity

inhumaniter
inhūmāniter
adverb
uncivilly

inhumano
inhūmānō
cross-reference

inhumanus
inhūmānus
adjective
not suitable to the human condition

inhumatus
inhumātus
adjective
not inhumed

inhumectus
inhūmectus
adjective
not moist

inhumigo
inhūmigō
verb
to moisten

inhumo
inhumō
verb
to bury in the ground

inibi
inibī
adverb
therein

inicio
īniciō
verb
to throw

inidonee
inidōneē
adverb

iniens
iniens
adjective

inigo
inigō
verb
To drive into or to

inimica
inimīca
noun
in an unfriendly manner

inimicalis
inimīcālis
adjective
inimical

inimice
inimīcē
adverb

inimice
inimīcē
noun
in an unfriendly manner

inimiciter
inimīciter
adverb

inimiciter
inimīciter
adverb
hostilely

inimicitia
inimīcitia
noun
enmity

inimico
inimīcō
verb
to make enemies

inimicus
inimīcus
noun
an enemy

inimicus
inimīcus
adjective
unfriendly

inimitabilis
inimitābilis
adjective
that cannot be imilated

ininitiatus
ininitiātus
adjective
not begun

inintelligibilis
inintelligibilis
adjective
unintelligible

ininterpretabilis
ininterpretābilis
adjective
inexplicable

ininterpretatus
ininterpretātus
adjective
uninterpreted

ininventibilis
ininventibilis
adjective
not to be found out

ininvestigabilis
ininvestīgābilis
adjective
unsearchable

ininvicem
ininvicem
adverb
not by turns

inique
inīquē
adverb
unequally

iniquitas
inīquitās
noun
unequalness

iniquo
inīquō
verb
to render unfavorable

iniquus
inīquus
adjective
unequal

iniquus
inīquus
noun
an enemy

initale
initāle
noun
opening or initial ceremonies

initialis
initiālis
adjective
initial

initials
initiāls
noun
those who first assembled together in

initiamentum
initiāmentum
noun
an initiation

initiatio
initiātiō
noun
a participation

initiator
initiātor
noun
an originator

initiatrix
initiātrix
noun
she who originates

initio
initiō
verb
To begin

initium
initium
noun
a going in

inito
initō
verb
to go into

initus
initus
noun
a coming in

initus
initus
adjective

injecerit
injēcerit
cross-reference

injectio
injectiō
noun
A throwing in

injectionale
injectiōnāle
noun
a clyster

injectivus
injectīvus
adjective

injecto
injectō
verb
to lay on

injectus
injectus
adjective

injectus
injectus
noun
a throwing or casting on or over

injexit
injexit
cross-reference

injicio
injiciō
verb
to throw

injicio
injiciō
cross-reference

injucunde
injūcundē
adverb
unpleasantly

injucunditas
injūcunditās
noun
unpleasantness

injucundus
injūcundus
adjective
Unpleasant

injudicatus
injūdicātus
adjective
Unsentenced

injugatus
injugātus
adjective
not yoked

injugis
injugis
adjective
not yoked

injunctio
injunctiō
noun
an injunction

injunctus
injunctus
adjective

injunctus
injunctus
adjective
not joined

injungo
injungō
verb
to join into

injuratus
injūrātus
adjective
unsworn

in jure cessio
in jure cessiō
noun
a form of delivering possession

injurecessio
injūrecessiō
noun
a form of delivering possession

injuria
injūria
noun
any thing that is done contrary to justice and equity

injurie
injūriē
adverb
unjustly

injurior
injūrior
verb
to do an injury

injuriose
injūriōsē
adverb
unjustly

injuriosus
injūriōsus
adjective
acting unjustly

injurius
injūrius
adjective
that acts unlawfully

injuro
injūrō
verb
not to swear

injurus
injūrus
adjective
that acts unlawfully

injussus
injussus
adjective
unbidden

injussus
injussus
noun
without command

injuste
injustē
adverb
wrongfully

injustitia
injustitia
noun
Injustice

injustum
injustum
noun
injustice

injustus
injustus
adjective
that is contrary to right and justice

inlabefactus
inlabefactus
adjective
unshaken

inlabor
inlābor
verb
to fall

inlaboratus
inlabōrātus
adjective
not labored

inlaboro
inlabōrō
verb
to work upon

inlacerabilis
inlacerābilis
adjective
that cannot be torn

inlacessitus
inlacessītus
adjective
unprovoked

inlacrimabilis
inlacrimābilis
adjective
Unwept

inlacrimor
inlacrimor
verb
to weep at or over

inlacrimor
inlacrimor
verb
to weep at or over

inlaesibilis
inlaesibilis
adjective
that cannot be hurt

inlaesus
inlaesus
adjective
unhurt

inlaetabilis
inlaetābilis
adjective
cheerless

inlamentatus
inlāmentātus
adjective
unmourned

inlapsus
inlapsus
noun
a falling

inlapsus
inlapsus
adjective

inlaqueatum
inlaqueātum
cross-reference

inlaqueatus
inlaqueātus
adverb

inlaqueo
inlaqueō
verb
to ensnare

inlargio
inlargiō
verb
to give to

inlargio
inlargiō
verb
to bestow

inlatabilis
inlātābilis
adjective
without breadth

inlatebro
inlatēbrō
verb
to hide in a corner or lurking-place

inlatebro
inlatebrō
verb
to hide in a corner or lurking-place

inlatio
inlātiō
noun
a carrying or bringing in

inlativus
inlātīvus
adjective
inferring

inlatro
inlātrō
verb
to bark at

inlatus
inlātus
adjective

inlaudabilis
inlaudābilis
adjective
not worthy of praise

inlaudandus
inlaudandus
adjective
not praiseworthy

inlaudatus
inlaudātus
adjective
not praised

inlecebra
inlecebra
noun
an enticement

inlecebro
inlecebrō
verb
to entice

inlecebrosus
inlecebrōsus
adjective
full of allurement

inlectamentum
inlectāmentum
noun
means of allurement

inlectatio
inlectātiō
noun
an attraction

inlectio
inlectiō
noun
allurement

inlecto
inlectō
verb
to allure

inlectus
inlectus
adjective
Not collected

inlectus
inlectus
noun
an allurement

inlectus
inlectus
adjective

inlegitimus
inlēgitimus
adjective
unlawful

inlepide
inlepidē
adverb
impolitely

inlepidus
inlepidus
adjective
impolite

inlevigatus
inlēvigātus
adjective
not smooth

inlex
inlex
noun
alluring

inlex
inlex
adjective
without law

inlex
inlex
cross-reference

inlibabilis
inlībābilis
adjective
incapable of diminution

inlibatus
inlībātus
adjective
undiminished

inliberalis
inlīberālis
adjective
unworthy of a freeman

inliberalitas
inlīberālitās
noun
conduct unworthy of a freeman

inliberis
inlīberis
adjective
without children

inlicio
inliciō
verb
to allure

inlicitator
inlicitātor
noun
one who bids at an auction to make others bid higher

inlicitator
inlicitātor
noun
a buyer

inlicitus
inlicitus
adjective
not allowed

inlicium
inlicium
cross-reference

inlicium
inlicium
noun
that which entices

inlido
inlīdō
verb
to strike or dash against or upon

inligamentum
inligāmentum
noun
a binding on

inligatio
inligātiō
noun
a binding

inligo
inligō
verb
to bind on

inlimatus
inlīmātus
adjective
fastened or attached by means of rich earth

inlimis
inlīmis
adjective
without mud or slime

inlinimentum
inlinīmentum
noun
a besmearing

inlino
inlinō
verb
to put on by smearing or spreading

inliquefactus
inliquefactus
adjective
melted

inliquorr
inlīquor
verb
to flow into

inlisio
inlīsiō
noun
a striking or dashing against

inlisus
inlīsus
noun
a striking or dashing against

inlisus
inlīsus
adjective

inlitteratus
inlitterātus
adjective
Unlettered

inlitus
inlitus
adjective

inlitus
inlitus
noun
a bedaubing

inlix
inlix
noun
alluring

inlocabilis
inlocābilis
adjective
that cannot

inlotus
inlōtus
adjective
unwashed

inlubricans
inlūbricans
adjective
moving in a slippery manner

inluceo
inlūceō
verb
to shine in or on

inlucesco
inlūcescō
verb
to grow light

inluctans
inluctans
adjective
struggling in or with

inlucubratus
inlūcubrātus
adjective
not composed by night

inluculasco
inlūculascō
verb
to break

inludia
inlūdia
cross-reference

inludio
inlūdiō
verb

inludium
inlūdium
noun
illusions

inludo
inlūdō
verb
to play at or with

inluminabilis
inlūminābilis
adjective
that can be illuminated

inluminate
inlūminātē
adverb
clearly

inluminatio
inlūminātiō
noun
a lighting up

inluminator
inlūminātor
noun
an enlightener

inlumino
inlūminō
verb
to light up

inluminus
inlūminus
adjective
without light

inlunis
inlūnis
adjective
moonless

inlusio
inlūsiō
noun
a mocking

inlusor
inlūsor
noun
a mocker

inlustramentum
inlustrāmentum
noun
an embellishment

inlustratio
inlustrātiō
noun
vivid representation

inlustrator
inlustrātor
noun
an enlightener

inlustre
inlustre
adverb

inlustris
inlustris
adjective
lighted up

inlustro
inlustrō
verb
to light up

inlusus
inlūsus
adjective

inlutibarbus
inlūtibarbus
adjective
with a filthy beard

inlutilis
inlūtilis
adjective
that cannot be washed out

inlutus
inlūtus
adjective

inlutus
inlūtus
adverb

inluvies
inluviēs
noun
Dirt

inmaculabilis
inmaculābilis
adjective
that cannot be stained

inmaculatus
inmaculātus
adjective
unstained

inmaculo
inmaculō
verb
to stain

inmaneo
inmaneō
verb
to remain in

inmanifestus
inmanifestus
adjective
not obvious

inmanis
inmānis
adjective
monstrous

inmansuetus
inmansuētus
adjective
untamed

inmarcescibilis
inmarcescibilis
adjective
unfading

inmaturitas
inmātūritās
noun
Unripeness

inmaturus
inmātūrus
adjective
untimely

inmedicabilis
inmedicābilis
adjective
incurable

inmedicatus
inmedicātus
adjective
painted

inmeditatus
inmeditātus
adjective
unstudied

inmeio
inmēiō
verb
to make water into

inmemor
inmemor
noun
unmindful

inmemorabilis
inmemorābilis
adjective
unmentionable

inmemoratio
inmemorātiō
noun
unmindfulness

inmemoratus
inmemorātus
adjective
unmentioned

inmemoria
inmemoria
noun
unmindfulness

inmensitas
inmensitās
noun
immeasurableness

inmensurabilis
inmensūrābilis
adjective
immeasurable

inmensuratus
inmensūrātus
adjective
not measured

inmensus
inmensus
adjective
immeasurable

inmeo
inmeō
verb
to go into

inmerens
inmerens
adjective
undeserving

inmerenter
inmerenter
adverb
undeservedly

inmergo
inmergō
verb
to dip

inmerito
inmerito
adverb
undeservedly

inmeritum
inmeritum
noun
the absence of guilt or desert

inmeritus
inmeritus
adjective
undeserved

inmersabilis
inmersābilis
adjective
that cannot be sunk

inmersio
inmersiō
noun
a plunging into

inmetatus
inmētātus
adjective
unmeasured

inmigro
inmigrō
verb
to remove or go into

inmigro
inmīgrō
verb
to remove or go into

inminentia
inminentia
noun
imminence

inmineo
inmineō
verb
to project over or towards

inminuo
inminuō
verb
to lessen

inminutio
inminūtiō
noun
a lessening

inminutus
inminūtus
adjective
undiminished

inminutus
inminūtus
adjective

inmisceo
inmisceō
verb
to mix in

inmiserabilis
inmiserābilis
adjective
unpitied

inmisericordia
inmisericordia
noun
pitilessness

inmisericors
inmisericors
adjective
pitiless

inmiseror
inmiseror
verb
to pity

inmissarium
inmissārium
noun
a cistern or reservoir

inmissio
inmissiō
noun
a letting in

inmissus
inmissus
adjective

inmissus
inmissus
noun
a letting in

inmitigabilis
inmītigābilis
adjective
that cannot be softened or allayed

inmitis
inmītis
adjective
not soft or mellow

inmitto
inmittō
verb
to send or let into

inmixtus
inmixtus
adjective

inmixtus
inmixtus
adjective
unmixed

inmobilis
inmōbilis
adjective
immovable

inmobilitas
inmōbilitās
noun
immovableness

inmoderantia
inmoderantia
noun
want of moderation

inmoderatio
inmoderātiō
noun
want of moderation

inmoderatus
inmoderātus
adjective
without measure

inmodestia
inmodestia
noun
intemperate conduct

inmodestus
inmodestus
adjective
unrestrained

inmodicus
inmodicus
adjective
beyond bounds

inmodulatus
inmodulātus
adjective
unrhythmical

inmoenis
inmoenis
adjective
free or exempt from a public service

inmolaticius
inmolātīcius
adjective
of or for a sacrifice

inmolatio
inmolātiō
noun
a sacrificing

inmolator
inmolātor
noun
one who offers a sacrifice

inmolitus
inmōlītus
adjective
built up or erected

inmolo
inmolō
verb
to sprinkle

inmordeo
inmordeō
verb
to bite into

inmorior
inmorior
verb
to die in or upon

inmoror
inmoror
verb
to tarry or remain in

inmortalis
inmortālis
adjective
undying

inmortalitas
inmortālitās
noun
exemption from death

inmortalitus
inmortālitus
adverb
from heaven

inmortuus
inmortuus
adjective

inmotus
inmōtus
adjective
unmoved

inmugio
inmūgiō
verb
to bellow

inmulgeo
inmulgeō
verb
to milk into

inmundabilis
inmundābilis
adjective
that cannot be cleansed

inmunditia
inmunditia
noun
uncleanness

inmundus
inmundus
adjective
unclean

inmunificus
inmūnificus
adjective
not liberal

inmunio
inmūniō
verb
to fortify

inmunis
inmūnis
adjective
free or exempt from a public service

inmunitas
inmūnitās
noun
freedom or exemption from public services

inmunitus
inmūnītus
adjective
unfortified

inmurmuro
inmurmurō
verb
to murmur in

inmusicus
inmūsicus
adjective
unmusical

inmutabilis
inmūtābilis
adjective
changed

inmutabilis
inmūtābilis
adjective
unchangeable

inmutabilitas
inmūtābilitās
noun
unchangeableness

inmutatio
inmūtātiō
noun
a change

inmutator
inmūtātor
noun
a changer

inmutatus
inmūtātus
adjective
unchanged

inmutesco
inmūtescō
verb
to become dumb or speechless

inmutilatus
inmutilātus
adjective
unmutilated

inmutilatus
inmutilātus
adjective
maimed

inmuto
inmūtō
verb
to change

innabilis
innābilis
adjective
that cannot be swum in

innarrabilis
innarrābilis
adjective
that cannot be related

innascibilis
innascibilis
adjective
that cannot be born

innascor
innascor
verb
to be born in

innato
innatō
verb
to swim or float in or upon

innaturalis
innātūrālis
adjective
unnatural

innatus
innātus
adjective

innatus
innātus
adjective
inborn

innatus
innātus
adjective
not born

innavigabilis
innāvigābilis
adjective
unnavigable

innavigo
innāvigō
verb
to sail towards

innecto
innectō
verb
to tie

innervis
innervis
adjective
enervated

innexus
innexus
adjective

innexus
innexus
noun

innisus
innīsus
adjective

innitor
innītor
verb
to lean or rest upon

innixus
innixus
cross-reference

inno
innō
verb
to swim or float in or upon

innobilitatus
innōbilitātus
adjective
not ennobled

innocens
innocens
adjective
the guiltless man

innocens
innocens
adjective
that does no harm

innocenter
innocenter
adverb
harmlessly

innocentia
innocentia
noun
harmlessness

innocia
innocia
noun
innocence

innocue
innocuē
adverb
Harmlessly

innocuus
innocuus
adjective
harmless

innodo
innōdō
verb
to fasten with a knot

innominabilis
innōminābilis
adjective
that cannot be named

innominatus
innōminātus
adjective
unnamed

innotescentia
innōtescentia
noun
a becoming known

innotesco
innōtescō
verb
To become known or noted

innoto
innotō
verb
to mark

innovatio
innovātiō
noun
a renewing

innovatus
innovātus
adjective
renewed

innovo
innovō
verb
to renew

innox
innox
adjective
harmless

innoxie
innoxiē
adverb

innoxie
innoxiē
adverb

innoxius
innoxius
adjective
harmless

innubilo
innūbilō
verb
to cloud over

innubilus
innūbilus
adjective
unclouded

innubis
innūbis
adjective
cloudless

innubo
innūbō
verb
to marry into

innubus
innubus
adjective
unmarried

innucleatus
innūcleātus
adjective
not stoned

innucleatus
innucleātus
adjective
not stoned

innumerabilis
innumerābilis
adjective
countless

innumerabilitas
innumerābilitās
noun
countless number

innumerabiliter
innumerābiliter
adverb
innumerably

innumeralis
innumerālis
adjective
numberless

innumeratus
innumerātus
adjective
unnumbered

innumerosus
innumerōsus
adjective
countless

innumerus
innumerus
adjective
countless

innuo
innuō
verb
to give a nod

innupta
innupta
noun
an unmarried woman

innuptus
innuptus
adjective
unmarried

innutribilis
innūtrībilis
adjective
not nourishing

innutrio
innūtriō
verb
to nourish or bring up in

innutritus
innūtrītus
adjective

innutritus
innūtrītus
adjective
not nourished

ino
īnō
noun
daughter of Cadmus and Harmonia

Ino
Inō
noun
daughter of Cadmus and Harmonia

inobaudientia
inobaudientia
cross-reference

inobaudientia
inobaudientia
cross-reference

inobaudio
inobaudiō
verb
to disobey

inobaudio
inobaudiō
verb

inobediens
inobēdiens
cross-reference

inobjurgatus
inobjurgātus
adjective
not scolded

inoblector
inoblector
verb
to take delight in

inobliteratus
inoblīterātus
adjective
not obliterated

inoblitus
inoblītus
adjective
not forgetful

inoboediens
inoboediens
adjective
disobedient

inoboediens
inoboediens
cross-reference

inoboedienter
inoboedienter
cross-reference

inoboedienter
inoboedienter
adverb
disobediently

inoboedientia
inoboedientia
noun
disobedience

inoboedio
inoboediō
verb
to disobey

inoboedus
inoboedus
adjective
disobedient

inobrutus
inobrutus
adjective
not overwhelmed

inobsaeptus
inobsaeptus
adjective
not hedged up

inobscurabilis
inobscūrābilis
adjective
that cannot be obscured

inobscuro
inobscūrō
verb

inobsequens
inobsequens
adjective
not yielding

inobsequentia
inobsequentia
noun
disobedience

inobservabilis
inobservābilis
adjective
that cannot be observed

inobservans
inobservans
adjective
unobservant

inobservantia
inobservantia
noun
inattention

inobservatus
inobservātus
adjective
unobserved

inobsoletus
inobsolētus
adjective
not grown old

inocciduus
inocciduus
adjective
never setting

inocco
inoccō
verb
to harrow in

inoccultus
inoccultus
adjective
not secret

inoculatio
inoculātiō
noun
an inoculating

inoculator
inoculātor
noun
an inoculator

inoculo
inoculō
verb
to inoculate

inodiatus
inodiātus
adjective
not hated

inodoro
inodōrō
verb
to scent

inodoror
inodōror
verb
to smell out

inodorus
inodōrus
adjective
Without smell

inoffense
inoffensē
adverb
without stumbling

inoffensus
inoffensus
adjective
not struck

inofficiositas
inofficiōsitās
noun
disobligingness

inofficiosus
inofficiōsus
adjective
undutiful

inolens
inolens
adjective
without smell

inolesco
inolescō
verb
to grow in

inominalis
inōminālis
adjective
unlucky

inominatus
inōminātus
adjective
ill-omened

inopaco
inopācō
verb
to overshadow

inopacus
inopācus
adjective
not shady

inoperatus
inoperātus
adjective
unoccupied

inoperor
inoperor
verb
to effect

inopero
inoperō
verb
to effect

inopertus
inopertus
adjective
uncovered

inopia
inopia
noun
want

inopinabilis
inopīnābilis
adjective
not to be supposed or expected

inopinabiliter
inopīnābiliter
adverb
unexpectedly

inopinans
inopīnans
adjective
not expecting

inopinanter
inopīnanter
adverb
unexpectedly

inopinate
inopīnātē
adverb
unexpectedly

inopinato
inopīnātō
adverb
unexpectedly

inopinatum
inopīnātum
noun
something unexpected

inopinatus
inopīnātus
adjective
not expected

inopinor
inopīnor
verb
to suppose

inopinus
inopīnus
adjective
unexpected

inopiosus
inopiōsus
adjective
in want of

inopis
inopis
noun

inoppidatus
inoppidātus
adjective
that has no town

inopportune
inopportūnē
adverb
unsuitably

inopportunus
inopportūnus
cross-reference
unfitting

inops
inops
adjective
without resources

inoptabilis
inoptābilis
adjective
undesirable

inoptatus
inoptātus
adjective
undesired

Inopus
Īnōpus
noun
a fountain and river in the island of Delos

inorabilis
inōrābilis
cross-reference

inoratus
inōrātus
adjective
not pleaded

inordinaliter
inordināliter
adverb
irregularly

inordinate
inordinātē
adverb
irregularly

inordinatim
inordinātim
adverb
irregularly

inordinatio
inordinātiō
noun
disorder

inordinatus
inordinātus
adjective
not arranged

inordino
inordinō
verb
to arrange

inorior
inorior
cross-reference

inoris
inōris
adjective
without a mouth

inormis
inormis
adjective
immoderate

inornate
inornātē
adverb
without ornament

inornatus
inornātus
adjective
unadorned

inorno
inornō
verb
to adorn

inoro
inōrō
verb
to crown the brim

inorus
inōrus
adjective
without a mouth

inotiosus
inōtiōsus
adjective
not idle

Inous
Īnōus
adjective

Inous
Īnōus
adjective
of or belonging to Ino

inp
inp
prefix

inpacatus
inpācātus
adjective
not peaceable

inpactio
inpactiō
noun
a striking against

inpaenitendus
inpaenitendus
adjective
not to be repented of

inpaenitens
inpaenitens
adjective
not repenting

inpaenitentia
inpaenitentia
noun
impenitence

inpaenitus
inpaenītus
adverb

inpages
inpāgēs
noun
the border or frame-work which surrounds the panel of a door

inpallesco
inpallescō
verb
to grow or turn pale in or at

inpalpebratio
inpalpebrātiō
noun
loss of motion in the eyelids

inpar
inpar
noun
uneven

inparatio
inparātiō
noun
indigestion

inparatus
inparātus
adjective
not ready

inparilis
inparilis
adjective
unequal

inparilitas
inparilitās
noun
inequality

inpartibilis
inpartibilis
adjective
indivisible

inpascor
inpascor
verb
to feed or be pastured in

inpassibilis
inpassibilis
adjective
incapable of passion

inpassibilitas
inpassibilitās
noun
incapacity for suffering

inpastus
inpastus
adjective
unfed

inpatiens
inpatiens
adjective
That cannot bear

inpatientia
inpatientia
noun
Unwillingness or inability to bear

inpausabilis
inpausābilis
adjective
unceasing

inpavidus
inpavidus
adjective
fearless

inpeccabilis
inpeccābilis
adjective
faultless

inpeccantia
inpeccantia
noun
faultlessness

inpedatio
inpedātiō
noun
a propping

inpedico
inpedicō
verb
to catch

inpedimentum
inpedīmentum
noun
that by which one is entangled or impeded

inpedio
inpediō
verb
to entangle

inpeditio
inpedītiō
noun
a hinderance

inpedito
inpeditō
verb
to hinder

inpeditor
inpedītor
noun
a hinderer

inpeditus
inpedītus
adjective

inpeditus
inpedītus
adjective
hindered

inpedo
inpedō
verb
to prop or support

inpello
inpellō
verb
to push

inpendeo
inpendeō
verb
to hang over

inpendio
inpendio
adverb
by a great deal

inpendiosus
inpendiōsus
adjective
that spends too much

inpendium
inpendium
noun
money laid out

inpendo
inpendō
verb
to weigh out

inpenetrabilis
inpenetrābilis
adjective
that cannot be penetrated

inpensa
inpensa
noun
outlay

inpense
inpensē
adverb
At great cost

inpensus
inpensus
noun
outlay

inpensus
inpensus
adjective
ample

inperativus
inperātīvus
adjective
of or proceeding from a command

inperator
inperātor
noun
a commander-in-chief

inperatorius
inperātōrius
adjective
Of or belonging to a general

inperatrix
inperātrix
noun
she who commands

inperatum
inperātum
noun

inperatus
inperātus
noun
a command

inperceptus
inperceptus
adjective
unperceived

inperco
inpercō
verb
to spare

inpercussus
inpercussus
adjective
not struck

inperditus
inperditus
adjective
not destroyed

inperfectio
inperfectiō
noun
imperfection

inperfectus
inperfectus
adjective
unfinished

inperfossus
inperfossus
adjective
unpierced

inperfundies
inperfundiēs
noun
filth

inperiabiliter
inperiābiliter
adverb
commandingly

inperialis
inperiālis
adjective
of the empire or emperor

inperiosus
inperiōsus
adjective
possessed of command

inperitia
inperītia
noun
inexperience

inperito
inperitō
verb
to command

inperitus
inperītus
adjective
inexperienced in

inperium
inperium
noun
a command

inpermissus
inpermissus
adjective
unlawful

inpermixtus
inpermixtus
adjective
unmixed

inpero
inperō
verb
to command

inperpetuus
inperpetuus
adjective
not perpetual

inperscrutabilis
inperscrūtābilis
adjective
impenetrable

inpersonalis
inpersōnālis
adjective
impersonal

inpersonativus
inpersōnātīvus
noun
the impersonal mood

inperspicabilis
inperspicābilis
adjective
that cannot be seen through

inperspicuus
inperspicuus
adjective
not clear

inperterritus
inperterritus
adjective
undaunted

inpertilis
inpertilis
adjective
indivisible

inpertinens
inpertinens
adjective
not belonging thereto

inpertio
inpertiō
verb
to share with another

inpertitio
inpertītiō
noun
an imparting

inperturbabilis
inperturbābilis
adjective
that cannot be disturbed

inperturbatio
inperturbātiō
noun
freedom from disturbance

inperturbatus
inperturbātus
adjective
undisturbed

inpervius
inpervius
adjective
that cannot be passed through

inpes
inpes
noun
violence

inpetibilis
inpetibilis
adjective
insufferable

inpetibilis
inpetibilis
adjective
assailing

inpetiginosus
inpetīginōsus
noun
one who has the impetigo

inpetigo
inpetīgō
noun
a scabby eruption on the skin

inpeto
inpetō
verb
to rush upon

inpetrabilis
inpetrābilis
adjective
easy to be obtained

inpetratio
inpetrātiō
noun
an obtaining by request

inpetrativus
inpetrātīvus
adjective
obtained by entreaty or vows

inpetrator
inpetrātor
noun
one who obtains

inpetro
inpetrō
verb
to accomplish

inpetulans
inpetulans
adjective
very petulant

inpetuose
inpetuōsē
adverb
violently

inpetus
inpetus
noun
an attack

inpexus
inpexus
adjective
uncombed

inpiamentum
inpiāmentum
noun
contamination

inpico
inpicō
verb
to cover with pitch

inpietas
inpietās
noun
want of reverence or respect

inpiger
inpiger
adjective
not indolent

inpigre
inpigrē
adverb
actively

inpigritas
inpīgritās
noun
activity

inpigritas
inpigritās
noun
activity

inpigritia
inpīgritia
noun
activity

inpigritia
inpigritia
noun
activity

inpile
inpile
noun
felt shoes

inpingo
inpingō
verb
to push

inpinguo
inpinguō
verb
to make fat

inpio
inpiō
verb
to render impious or sinful

inpius
inpius
adjective
without reverence or respect

inplacabilis
inplācābilis
adjective
unappeasable

inplacabilitas
inplācābilitās
noun
implacability

inplacatus
inplācātus
adjective
unappeased

inplacidus
inplacidus
adjective
ungentle

inplago
inplagō
verb
to bring into a net

inplano
inplānō
verb
to deceive

inplanus
inplānus
adjective
uneven

inplebilis
inplēbilis
adjective
filling up

inplecticus
inplecticus
adjective
that turns about with difficulty

inplecto
inplectō
verb
to plait

inplementum
inplēmentum
noun
a filling up

inpleo
inpleō
verb
to fill up

inpletio
inplētiō
noun
the ful filment

inpletus
inplētus
adjective

inplexio
inplexiō
noun
an entwining

inplexus
inplexus
adjective

inplicamentum
inplicāmentum
noun
an involvement

inplicatio
inplicātiō
noun
an entwining

inplicatura
inplicātūra
noun
an entangling

inplicatus
inplicātus
adjective

inplicatus
inplicātus
adjective
entangled

inpliciscor
inpliciscor
verb
v. dep. inch. n

inplicite
inplicitē
adverb
intricately

inplicito
inplicitō
verb
to entwine

inplicitus
inplicitus
adjective

inplico
inplicō
verb
to infold

inplorabilis
inplōrābilis
adjective
that may be prayed to for help

inploratio
inplōrātiō
noun
a beseeching for help

inploro
inplōrō
verb
to invoke with tears

inplumbo
inplumbō
verb
to solder in with lead

inplumis
inplūmis
adjective
without feathers

inpluo
inpluō
verb
to rain into or upon

inplutus
inplūtus
adjective

inpluviatus
inpluviātus
adjective
shaped like an

inpluvium
inpluvium
noun
a skylight

inpolitia
inpolītia
noun
want of neatness

inpolitus
inpolītus
adjective
unpolished

inpollutus
inpollūtus
adjective
unstained

Inporcitor
Inporcitor
noun
a deity that presides over the drawing of furrows

inporco
inporcō
verb
to put into furrows

inportabilis
inportābilis
adjective
that cannot be borne

inportaticius
inportātīcius
adjective
brought in from abroad

inporto
inportō
verb
to bring

inportune
inportunē
adverb
unsuitably

inportunitas
inportūnitās
noun
unsuitableness

inportunus
inportūnus
adjective
unfit

inportuosus
inportuōsus
adjective
without a harbor

inpos
inpos
adjective
not master of

inpositicius
inpositīcius
adjective
laid on

inpositio
inpositiō
noun
the application

inpositivus
inpositīvus
adjective
applied

inpositor
inpositor
noun
one who applies a name

inpositus
inpositus
adjective

inpossibilis
inpossibilis
adjective
impossible

inpossibilitas
inpossibilitās
noun
impossibility

inpostor
inpostor
noun
a deceiver

inpostura
inpostūra
noun
deceit

inpostus
inpostus
adjective

inpotabilis
inpōtābilis
adjective
not drinkable

inpotens
inpotens
adjective
powerless

inpotentia
inpotentia
noun
Inability

inp;pejurjuratus
inp;pējūrjūrātus
adjective
that is never sworn falsely by

inpraegno
inpraegnō
verb
to impregnate

inpraepedite
inpraepedītē
adverb

inpraepeditus
inpraepedītus
adjective
unhindered

inpraeputiatus
inpraepūtiātus
adjective
having the prepuce

inpraescientia
inpraescientia
noun
a not knowing beforehand

inpraesentiarum
inpraesentiārum
adverb

inpraesentiarum
inpraesentiārum
adverb
at present

inpraestabilis
inpraestābilis
adjective
useless

inpransus
inpransus
adjective
that has not breakfasted

inprecatio
inprecātiō
noun
an invoking of evil

inprecor
inprecor
verb
To invoke on

inprensibilis
inprensibilis
adjective
incomprehensible

inpressio
inpressiō
noun
a pressing into

inpressus
inpressus
adjective
not milked

inpressus
inpressus
noun
a pressing upon

inpressus
inpressus
adjective

inpretiabilis
inpretiābilis
adjective
priceless

inprimis
inprīmis
cross-reference

inprimo
inprimō
verb
to press into or upon

inprincipaliter
inprincipāliter
adverb
by preference

inprobabilis
inprobābilis
adjective
not deserving of approbation

inprobatio
inprobātiō
noun
disapprobation

inprobator
inprobātor
noun
a disapprover

inprobitas
inprobitās
noun
badness

inprobiter
inprobiter
adverb

inprobito
inprobitō
verb
to disapprove strongly

inprobo
inprobō
verb
to disapprove

inprobulus
inprobulus
adjective
somewhat wicked

inprobus
inprobus
adjective
not according to the standard

inprocerus
inprōcērus
adjective
not tall

inprocreabilis
inprōcreābilis
adjective
that cannot be procreated

inprofessus
inprofessus
adjective
that has not professed or declared himself

inpromiscus
inprōmiscus
adjective
unmixed

inpromptus
inpromptus
adjective
not ready

inprope
inprope
adverb
near

inproperanter
inproperanter
adverb
gradually

inproperatus
inproperātus
adjective
not hastened

inproperium
inproperium
noun
a reproach

inpropero
inproperō
verb
to cast as a reproach upon

inpropero
inproperō
verb
to hasten into

inproperus
inproperus
adjective
not hasting

inproprietas
inprōprietās
noun
impropriety

inproprietas
inproprietās
noun
impropriety

inproprius
inproprius
adjective
not befitting

inproprius
inprōprius
adjective
not befitting

inpropugnatus
inprōpugnātus
adjective
not defended

inprospectus
inprospectus
adjective
not seen from afar

inprosper
inprosper
cross-reference
unfortunate

inprotectus
inprōtectus
adjective
uncovered

inprovidentia
inprōvidentia
noun
want of foresight

inprovidus
inprōvidus
adjective
not foreseeing

inprovise
inprōvīsē
adverb

inprovisus
inprōvīsus
adjective
not foreseen

inprudens
inprūdens
adjective
not foreseeing

inprudenter
inprūdenter
adverb
without foresight

inprudentia
inprūdentia
noun
want of foresight or of knowledge

inpubes
inpūbēs
adjective
not having attained to manhood

inpubescens
inpūbescens
adjective
growing to maturity

inpubis
inpūbis
adjective
not having attained to manhood

inpudens
inpudens
adjective
without shame

inpudentia
inpudentia
noun
shamelessness

inpudicitia
inpudīcitia
noun
unchasteness

inpudicus
inpudīcus
adjective
Shameless

inpugnatio
inpugnātiō
noun
an attack

inpugnator
inpugnātor
noun
one who attacks

inpugnatus
inpugnātus
adjective

inpugnatus
inpugnātus
adjective
not attacked

inpugno
inpugnō
verb
to fight against

inpulsio
inpulsiō
noun
a pushing against

inpulsor
inpulsor
noun
one who incites or instigates

inpulstrix
inpulstrix
noun
she who instigates

inpulsus
inpulsus
noun
a pushing or striking against

inpulsus
inpulsus
adjective

inpulvereus
inpulvereus
adjective
without dust

inpunctus
inpunctus
adjective
without points or specks

inpunis
inpūnis
adjective
without punishment

inpunitas
inpūnitās
noun
freedom or safety from punishment

inpunitus
inpūnītus
adjective
unpunished

inpuratus
inpūrātus
adjective
morally defiled

inpurgabilis
inpurgābilis
adjective
that cannot be cleansed

inpuritas
inpūritās
noun
uncleanness

inpuritia
inpūritia
noun
uncleanness

inpurus
inpūrus
adjective
unclean

inputatio
inputātiō
noun
an account

inputativus
inputātīvus
adjective
charging

inputator
inputātor
noun
a reckoner

inputatus
inputātus
adjective

inputatus
inputātus
adjective
unpruned

inputo
inputō
verb
to bring into the reckoning

inputresco
inputrescō
verb
to rot

inputribilis
inputribilis
adjective
not liable to decay

inquaesitus
inquaesītus
adjective
sought for

inquam
inquam
verb
I say

inquassatus
inquassātus
adjective
unbroken

inquies
inquies
adjective
restless

inquies
inquies
noun
restlessness

inquiescens
inquiescens
cross-reference

inquietatio
inquiētātiō
noun
disturbance

inquietator
inquiētātor
noun
a disturber

inquiete
inquiētē
adverb
restlessly

inquieto
inquiētō
verb
to disquiet

inquietudo
inquiētūdō
noun
restlessness

inquietus
inquiētus
adjective
restless

inquilina
inquilīna
noun

inquilinatus
inquilīnātus
noun
an inhabiting of a place which is not one's own

inquilino
inquilīnō
verb
to be an inhabitant or sojourner

inquilinus
inquilīnus
adjective
an inhabitant of a place which is not his own

inquilinus
inquilīnus
adjective
of foreign birth

inquinabulum
inquinābulum
noun
filth

inquinamentum
inquināmentum
noun
filth

inquinate
inquinātē
adverb
filthily

inquinatio
inquinātiō
noun
a defiling

inquinatus
inquinātus
adjective
befouled

inquinatus
inquinātus
adjective

inquino
inquinō
verb
to befoul

inquio
inquiō
cross-reference

inquio
inquio
verb
I say

inquiro
inquīrō
verb
to seek after

inquisite
inquīsītē
adverb
with investigation

inquisitio
inquīsītiō
noun
a seeking or searching for

inquisitor
inquīsītor
noun
a searcher

inquisitus
inquīsītus
adjective
not searched or inquired into

inquisitus
inquīsītus
adjective

inquisitus
inquīsītus
adjective
searched into or for

inr
inr
prefix

inradio
inradiō
verb
to illumine

inrado
inrādō
cross-reference

inrado
inrādō
verb
To scrape into

inrasus
inrāsus
adjective

inrasus
inrāsus
adjective
unshaved

inrationabilis
inratiōnābilis
adjective
without reason

inrationabilitas
inratiōnābilitās
noun
irrationality

inrationalis
inratiōnālis
adjective
without reason

inraucesco
inraucescō
verb
to become hoarse

inrecogitatio
inrecōgitātiō
noun
inconsiderateness

inrecordabilis
inrecordābilis
adjective
not to be remembered

inrectus
inrectus
adjective
not straight

inrecuperabilis
inrecuperābilis
adjective
irrecoverable

inrecusabilis
inrecūsābilis
adjective
not to be refused

inredivivus
inredivīvus
adjective
irreparable

inredux
inredux
adjective
that does not bring back

inreformabilis
inreformābilis
adjective
unalterable

inrefragabilis
inrefrāgābilis
adjective
irrefragable

inrefutabilis
inrefūtābilis
adjective
irrefutable

inrefutatus
inrefūtātus
adjective
unrefuted

inregibilis
inregibilis
adjective
ungovernable

inregressibilis
inregressibilis
adjective
from which there is no return

inreligatus
inreligātus
adjective
unbound

inreligio
inreligiō
noun
impiety

inreligiositas
inreligiōsitās
noun
irreligion

inreligiosus
inreligiōsus
adjective
irreligious

inremeabilis
inremeābilis
adjective
from which one cannot return

inremediabilis
inremediābilis
adjective
incurable

inremisse
inremissē
adverb
unpardonably

inremissibilis
inremissibilis
adjective
unpardonable

inremotus
inremōtus
adjective
unremoved

inremunerabilis
inremūnerābilis
adjective
that cannot be compensated

inremuneratus
inremūnerātus
adjective
unrewarded

inreparabilis
inreparābilis
adjective
irreparable

inrepercussus
inrepercussus
adjective
not retorted

inrepertus
inrepertus
adjective
not found

inrepletus
inreplētus
adjective
not filled

inrepo
inrēpō
verb
to creep in

inreposcibilis
inreposcibilis
adjective
that cannot be demanded back

inreprehensibilis
inreprehensibilis
adjective
unblamable

inreprehensus
inreprehensus
adjective
blameless

inreptio
inreptiō
noun
a creeping in

inrepto
inreptō
verb
to creep into or to

inreptor
inreptor
noun
one who creeps in or upon

inrequiebilis
inrequiēbilis
adjective
that cannot be stilled

inrequies
inrequies
adjective
restless

inrequietus
inrequiētus
adjective
unquiet

inrequisitus
inrequīsītus
adjective
unsought for

inresectus
inresectus
adjective
uncut

inresolubilis
inresolūbilis
adjective
indissoluble

inresolutus
inresolūtus
adjective
unloosed

inrespirabilis
inrespīrābilis
adjective
in which one cannot breathe

inrestinctus
inrestinctus
adjective
unextinguished

inretio
inrētiō
verb
to catch in a net

inretortus
inretortus
adjective
not turned back

inretractabilis
inretractābilis
adjective
irrevocable

inreverens
inreverens
adjective
that does not show due respect or veneration

inreverentia
inreverentia
noun
want of due respect or reverence

inrevocabilis
inrevocābilis
adjective
that cannot be recalled

inrevocandus
inrevocandus
adjective
not to be recalled

inrevocatus
inrevocātus
adjective
not called back

inrideo
inrīdeō
verb
to laugh at

inridicule
inrīdiculē
adverb
unwittily

inridiculum
inrīdiculum
noun
a laughing-stock

inrigatio
inrigātiō
noun
a watering

inrigator
inrigātor
noun
a waterer

inrigo
inrigō
verb
to lead or conduct

inriguus
inriguus
adjective
supplied with water

inrimor
inrīmor
verb
to explore

inrisibilis
inrīsibilis
adjective
laughable

inrisio
inrīsiō
noun
a deriding

inrisor
inrīsor
noun
a derider

inrisorius
inrīsōrius
adjective
scornful

inrisus
inrīsus
noun
a scoffing

inritabilis
inrītābilis
adjective
Easily excited or enraged

inritabilitas
inrītābilitās
noun
irritability

inritamen
inrītāmen
noun
an incitement

inritamentum
inrītāmentum
noun
an incitement

inritatio
inrītātiō
noun
an incitement

inritator
inrītātor
noun
an inciter

inritatrix
inrītātrix
noun
she who incites

inritatus
inrītātus
noun
an inciting

inrito
inritō
verb
to make void

inrito
inrītō
verb
to incite

inritus
inritus
adjective
invalid

inroborasco
inrōborascō
verb
to acquire strength

inrogatio
inrogātiō
noun
an imposing

inrogo
inrogō
verb
To propose

inroro
inrōrō
verb
to wet or moisten with dew

inroto
inrotō
verb
to play

inrubesco
inrubescō
verb
to grow red

inructo
inructō
verb
to belch into

inrufo
inrūfō
verb
to make red

inrugatio
inrūgātiō
noun
a wrinkling

inrugio
inrugiō
verb
to cry loudly

inrugo
inrūgō
verb
to wrinkle

inrumatio
inrumātiō
noun

inrumator
inrumātor
noun
one who practises beastly obscenity

inrumo
inrumō
verb
to extend the breast to

inrumpo
inrumpō
verb
to break

inruo
inruō
verb
to rush or force one's way into

inruptus
inruptus
adjective

inruptus
inruptus
adjective
unbroken

inrutilo
inrutilō
verb
to glimmer redly

insaepio
insaepiō
verb
to hedge in

insaeptio
insaeptiō
noun
a defined surface

insaeptus
insaeptus
adverb

insaeptus
insaeptus
adjective
not hedged in

insaevio
insaeviō
verb
to fall into a passion

insalubris
insalūbris
adjective
unwholesome

insalubriter
insalūbriter
adverb
unwholesomely

insalutaris
insalūtāris
adjective
not healthful

insalutatus
insalūtātus
adjective
ungreeted

insanabilis
insānābilis
adjective
that cannot be cured or healed

insanabiliter
insānābiliter
adverb
incurably

insanctus
insanctus
adjective
unholy

insane
insānē
adverb
Madly

insania
insānia
noun
unsoundness of mind

insanibilis
insānībilis
adjective
insane

insanio
insāniō
verb
to be of unsound mind

insanitas
insānitās
noun
unsoundness

insaniter
insāniter
adverb
madly

insanum
insānum
cross-reference
outrageously

insanus
insānus
adjective
unsound in mind

insapiens
insapiens
adjective
unwise

insarcio
insarciō
verb
to stuff in

insatiabilis
insatiābilis
adjective
That cannot be satisfied

insatiabilitas
insatiābilitās
noun
insatiableness

insatiabiliter
insatiābiliter
adverb
insatiably

insatiatus
insatiātus
adjective
unsatisfied

insatietas
insatietās
noun
insatiateness

insativus
insatīvus
cross-reference

insaturabilis
insaturābilis
adjective
insatiable

insaturabiliter
insaturābiliter
adverb
insatiably

insaturatus
insaturātus
adjective
unsatisfied

insaturus
insaturus
adjective
insatiable

insauciatus
insauciātus
adjective
not wounded

inscalp
inscalp
prefix

inscalpo
inscalpō
verb
to cut or carve in or upon

inscalptio
inscalptiō
cross-reference

inscendo
inscendō
verb
to step into or upon

inscensio
inscensiō
noun
a mounting

inscensus
inscensus
noun
a mounting

inscensus
inscensus
adjective

inscie
insciē
adverb
ignorantly

insciens
insciens
adjective
unknowing

inscienter
inscienter
adverb
unknowingly

inscientia
inscientia
noun
Want of knowledge

inscite
inscītē
adverb
unskilfully

inscitia
inscītia
noun
ignorance

inscitulus
inscītulus
adjective
ignorant

inscitus
inscītus
adjective
Ignorant

inscius
inscius
adjective
not knowing

inscribo
inscrībō
verb
to write in or upon

inscriptilis
inscriptilis
adjective
that cannot be written

inscriptio
inscriptiō
noun
a writing upon

inscriptum
inscriptum
noun
an inscription

inscriptum
inscriptum
cross-reference

inscriptura
inscriptūra
noun
an inscription

inscriptus
inscriptus
adjective

inscriptus
inscriptus
adjective
Unwritten

inscrutabilis
inscrūtābilis
adjective
inscrutable

inscrutor
inscrūtor
verb
to search or examine into

insculpo
insculpō
verb
to cut or carve in or upon

insculptio
insculptiō
noun
a cutting

insculptus
insculptus
adjective

insecabilis
insecābilis
adjective
that cannot be cut up or divided

inseco
insecō
verb
to pursue the narration

inseco
insecō
verb
to cut into

insecta
insecta
cross-reference

insectanter
insectanter
adverb
harshly

insectatio
insectātiō
noun
a pursuing

insectator
insectātor
noun
a persecutor

insectio
insectiō
noun
a narration

insector
insector
verb
v. dep. a. freq

insecto
insectō
verb
to pursue

insectum
insectum
noun

insectum
insectum
noun
an insect

insectura
insectūra
noun
an incision

insectus
insectus
adjective

insectus
insectus
adjective

insecundus
insecundus
adjective
not following

insecutio
insecūtiō
noun
a pursuing

insecutor
insecūtor
noun
a pursuer

insedabilis
insēdābilis
adjective
that cannot be stayed or stilled

insedabiliter
insēdābiliter
adverb
unquenchably

inseducibilis
insēdūcibilis
adjective
not to be drawn away

insedulus
insēdulus
adjective
not zealous

insegnis
insegnis
adjective
inactive

insemel
insemel
adverb
at once

insemino
insēminō
verb
to sow or plant in

insemitatio
insēmitātiō
noun

insenescibilis
insenescibilis
adjective
not growing old

insenesco
insenescō
verb
to grow old in or at

insensate
insensātē
adverb
foolishly

insensatus
insensātus
adjective
irrational

insensibile
insensibile
noun
things of no account

insensibilis
insensibilis
adjective
that cannot be felt

insensibilitas
insensibilitās
noun
insensibility

insensilis
insensilis
adjective
insensible

insensualis
insensuālis
adjective
insensible

insensualitas
insensuālitās
noun
insensibility

inseparabilis
insēparābilis
adjective
that cannot be separated

inseparabilitas
insēparābilitās
noun
inseparableness

inseparabiliter
insēparābiliter
adverb
inseparably

inseparatus
insēparātus
adjective
not separate

inseptus
inseptus
adverb

insepultus
insepultus
adjective
unburied

inseque
insequē
adverb

insequens
insequens
adjective
following

insequens
insequens
adjective

insequenter
insequenter
adverb
thereupon

insequenter
insequenter
adverb
not in the proper order of succession

insequo
insequo
verb
to pursue the narration

insequor
insequor
verb
to follow

insequor
insequor
verb
to pursue the narration

inserabiliter
inserābiliter
adverb
so as not to be unlocked

inserenus
inserēnus
adjective
not clear or serene

insero
inserō
verb
to sow or plant in

insero
inserō
verb
to put

inserpo
inserpō
verb
to crcep on or over

inserta
inserta
noun
an ornament

insertatio
insertātiō
noun
an inserting

inserticius
insertīcius
adjective
that can be inserted

insertim
insertim
adverb

insertio
insertiō
noun
a putting in

insertivus
insertīvus
adjective
inserted

inserto
insertō
verb
v. a. freq

insertus
insertus
adjective

inservio
inserviō
verb
to be serviceable

inservo
inservō
verb
To attend to

insessio
insessiō
noun
a sitting down

insessor
insessor
noun
a besetter

insessus
insessus
adjective

insessus
insessus
adjective
unsettled

insexit
insexit
cross-reference

insibilator
insībilātor
noun
one that breathes in by hissing

insibilo
insībilō
verb
to hiss

insiccabilis
insiccābilis
adjective
that cannot be dried

insiccatus
insiccātus
adjective
undried

insicia
insicia
noun
stuffing

insiciarius
insiciārius
noun
a forcemeat-maker

insiciatus
insiciātus
adjective
stuffed with force-meat

insiciolum
insiciolum
noun
a little force-meat

insicium
insicium
noun
stuffing

insideo
insideō
verb
to sit in or upon

insidia
insidia
noun
an ambush

insidianter
insidianter
adverb
craftily

insidiator
insidiātor
noun
a soldier lying in ambush

insidiatrix
insidiātrix
noun
that lies in wait

insidio
insidiō
verb

insidior
insidior
verb
to lie in ambush

insidiose
insidiōsē
adverb
cunningly

insidiosus
insidiōsus
adjective
cunning

insido
insīdō
verb
to sit down in or on

insigne
insigne
noun
a mark

insigniarius
insigniārius
noun
a keeper of insignia

insignificativus
insignificātīvus
noun
the insignificative

insignio
insigniō
verb
to put a mark upon

insignis
insignis
adjective
distinguished by a mark

insignite
insignītē
adverb
remarkably

insigniter
insigniter
adverb
remarkably

insignitor
insignītor
noun
an engraver

insignitum
insignītum
noun
bruises

insignitus
insignītus
adjective
Marked

insigno
insignō
verb
to engrave

insile
insile
noun
the treadle

insilio
insiliō
verb
to leap into or upon

insimilatio
insimilātiō
noun
a charge

insimilator
insimilātor
noun
an accuser

insimilo
insimilō
cross-reference

insimul
insimul
adverb
at the same time

insimulatio
insimulātiō
noun
a charge

insimulator
insimulātor
noun
an accuser

insimulatus
insimulātus
adjective
undisguised

insimulo
insimulō
verb
to make a plausible charge

insincerus
insincērus
adjective
not genuine

insinuatio
insinuātiō
noun
an entrance through a narrow or crooked way

insinuator
insinuātor
noun
an introducer

insinuatrix
insinuātrix
noun
she that introduces or makes known

insinuo
insinuō
verb
to put

insipidus
insipidus
adjective
tasteless

insipiens
insipiens
adjective
unwise

insipienter
insipienter
adverb
unwisely

insipientia
insipientia
noun
want of wisdom

insipo
insipō
verb
to throw in

insisto
insistō
verb
to set foot upon

insiticius
insitīcius
adjective
that is inserted

insitio
insitiō
noun
An ingrafting

insitium
insitium
noun
a putting in

insitivus
insitīvus
adjective
ingrafted

Insitor
Insitor
noun
the god that presides over grafting

insitor
insitor
noun
an ingrafter

insitum
insitum
noun
a graft

insitum
insitum
noun

insitus
insitus
noun
an ingrafting

insitus
insitus
adjective
P.a

insitus
insitus
adjective

Insochus
Insochus
noun
a people of Armenia

insociabilis
insociābilis
adjective
that cannot be joined together

insocialis
insociālis
adjective
unsociable

insolabiliter
insōlābiliter
adverb
inconsolably

insolatio
insōlātiō
noun
a setting or placing in the sun

insolatus
insōlātus
adverb

insolens
insolens
adjective
contrary to custom

insolenter
insolenter
adverb
contrary to custom

insolentia
insolentia
noun
A being unaccustomed

insoleo
insoleō
verb
to be wont

insolesco
insolescō
verb
to become unusual or strange

insolidus
insolidus
adjective
not solid

insolite
insolitē
adverb
contrary to custom

insolitus
insolitus
adjective
unaccustomed

insollicitus
insollicitus
adjective
unconcerned

insolo
insōlō
verb
to place in the sun

insolubilis
insolūbilis
adjective
that cannot be loosed

insolubilitas
insolūbilitās
noun
insolubility

insolubiliter
insolūbiliter
adverb
indissolubly

insolutus
insolūtus
adjective
not solved

insomnia
insomnia
noun
sleeplessness

insomnietas
insomnietās
noun
sleeplessness

insomniosus
insomniōsus
adjective
sleepless

insomnis
insomnis
adjective
sleepless

insomnium
insomnium
noun
a dream

insono
insonō
verb
to make a noise in or on

insons
insons
adjective
Guiltless

insontis
insontis
noun
the innocent

insonus
insonus
adjective
without sound

insopibilis
insōpībilis
adjective
that cannot be lulled to sleep

insopitus
insōpītus
adjective
not lulled to sleep

insordesco
insordescō
verb
to become dirty or foul

insortitus
insortītus
adjective
not allotted

inspargo
inspargō
cross-reference

insparsus
insparsus
cross-reference

inspatior
inspatior
verb
to walk about in

inspeciatus
inspeciātus
adjective
unshapen

inspeciosus
inspeciōsus
adjective
unshapely

inspectabilis
inspectābilis
adjective
worth looking at

inspectatio
inspectātiō
noun
a looking into

inspectator
inspectātor
noun
an overseer

inspectio
inspectiō
noun
a looking into

inspectivus
inspectīvus
adjective
considering

inspecto
inspectō
verb
to look at

inspector
inspector
noun
A viewer

inspectrix
inspectrix
noun
she that inspects or examines

inspectus
inspectus
noun
A looking at

inspectus
inspectus
adjective

insperabilis
inspērābilis
adjective
that cannot be hoped for

insperans
inspērans
adjective
not hoping

insperate
inspērātē
adverb
unexpectedly

insperato
inspērātō
adverb
unexpectedly

insperatus
inspērātus
adjective
unhoped for

inspergo
inspergō
verb
to sprinkle or scatter into or upon

inspersio
inspersiō
noun
a sprinkling or scattering upon

inspersus
inspersus
adjective

inspersus
inspersus
noun
a sprinkling upon

inspicio
inspiciō
verb
to look into

inspicium
inspicium
noun
a looking into

inspico
inspīcō
verb
to cleave

inspiramentum
inspīrāmentum
noun
an inspiration

inspirate
inspīrātē
adverb
inspiredly

inspiratio
inspīrātiō
noun
inspiration

inspirator
inspīrātor
noun
an inspirer

inspiratrix
inspīrātrix
noun
an inspirer

inspiritalis
inspīritālis
adjective
unspiritual

inspiro
inspīrō
verb
to blow into or upon

inspissatus
inspissātus
adjective
thickened

insplendesco
insplendescō
verb
to shine into

inspoliatus
inspoliātus
adjective
not plundered

inspumo
inspūmō
verb
to foam

inspuo
inspuō
verb
to spit into or upon

inspurco
inspurcō
verb
to defile

insputo
inspūtō
verb
v. a. freq

instabilio
instabiliō
verb
to fortify

instabilis
instabilis
adjective
that does not stand fast

instabilitas
instabilitās
noun
unsteadiness

instabiliter
instabiliter
adverb
unsteadily

instagno
instagnō
verb
to overflow

instans
instans
adjective
Present

instans
instans
adjective

instanter
instanter
adverb
vehemently

instantia
instantia
noun
a being near or close upon

instar
instar
noun
A sketch

instauraticius
instaurātīcius
adjective
renewed

instauratio
instaurātiō
noun
a renewing

instauratitius
instaurātītius
adjective
renewed

instauratitius
instaurātītius
cross-reference

instaurativus
instaurātīvus
adjective
renewed

instaurator
instaurātor
noun
a renewer

instauro
instaurō
verb
to renew

insterno
insternō
verb
To cover

instigatio
instīgātiō
noun
an urging

instigator
instīgātor
noun
a stimulator

instigatrix
instīgātrix
noun
she that instigates

instigatus
instīgātus
noun
an instigation

instigo
instīgō
verb
to urge

instillatio
instillātiō
noun
a dropping in

instillo
instillō
verb
to pour in by drops

instimulator
instimulātor
noun
a stimulator

instimulo
instimulō
verb
to prick or urge on

instinctor
instinctor
noun
an instigator

instinctus
instinctus
adjective

instinctus
instinctus
noun
instigation

instinctus
instinctus
adjective
instigated

instinguo
instinguō
verb
to instigate

instipo
instīpō
verb
to stuff into

instipuloor
instipuloor
verb
to bargain

instita
instita
noun
The border or flounce

institio
institiō
noun
a standing still

institium
institium
noun
a standing still

instito
institō
verb

institor
institor
noun
a person who sells goods for another

institoria
institōria
noun
a female broker or huckster

institorius
institōrius
adjective
of or relating to

instituo
instituō
verb
To put or place into

institutio
institūtiō
noun
disposition

institutor
institūtor
noun
a founder

institutum
institūtum
noun
a purpose

institutus
institūtus
adjective

insto
instō
verb
to stand in or upon

instragulum
instrāgulum
noun
a covering

instratum
instrātum
noun
a covering

instratus
instrātus
adjective

instratus
instrātus
adjective
not covered or spread over

instrenue
instrēnuē
adverb
without spirit

instrenuus
instrēnuus
adjective
not brisk

instrepito
instrepitō
verb
v. n. freq

instrepo
instrepō
verb
to make a noise

instrictus
instrictus
adjective

instrido
instrīdō
verb
to hiss in

instringo
instringō
verb
To bind

instructe
instructē
adverb
with great preparation

instructilis
instructilis
adjective
not compound

instructio
instructiō
noun
a constructing

instructor
instructor
noun
a preparer

instructura
instructūra
noun
a building in

instructus
instructus
adjective

instructus
instructus
noun
arrangement

instructus
instructus
adjective
ordered

instrumentum
instrūmentum
noun
an implement

instruo
instruō
verb
to build in or into

instudiosus
instudiōsus
adjective
not studious

instupeo
instupeō
verb
to be torpid

insuasabilitas
insuāsabilitās
noun
the incapacity to be persuaded

insuasum
insuāsum
noun
a kind of dark color

insuavis
insuāvis
adjective
unpleasant

insuavitas
insuāvitās
noun
unpleasantness

insubditivus
insubditīvus
adjective
not counterfeit

Insuber
Insuber
adjective
of or belonging to Insubria

Insuber
Insuber
cross-reference
an Insubrian

insubide
insubidē
adverb
stupidly

insubidus
insubidus
adjective
stupid

insubjectus
insubjectus
adjective
unsubjected

Insubres
Insubres
noun

Insubrs
Insubrs
noun
the Insubrians

insubsidiatus
insubsidiātus
adjective
unsupported

insubstantivus
insubstantīvus
adjective
unsubstantial

insubtilis
insubtīlis
adjective
not fine

insubtiliter
insubtīliter
adverb
without subtlety

insubulum
insubulum
noun
the treadle of a weaver's loom

insubvertibilis
insubvertibilis
adjective
not to be overturned

insuco
insūcō
verb
v. a

insudo
insūdō
verb
to sweat in

insudus
insūdus
adjective
dry

insuefactus
insuēfactus
adjective
accustomed

insuesco
insuescō
verb
to accustom

insueta
insuēta
noun

insuete
insuētē
noun

insuete
insuētē
adverb

insuetudo
insuētūdō
noun
a being unaccustomed to

insuetus
insuētus
adjective

insuetus
insuētus
adjective
unaccustomed

insufficiens
insufficiens
adjective
insufficient

insufficientia
insufficientia
noun
insufficiency

insufflatio
insufflātiō
noun
a blowing into

insufflo
insufflō
verb
to blow or breathe into or upon

Insula
Insula
noun
a part of Syracuse cut off from the rest by a narrow arm of the sea

insula
insula
noun
An island

insulanus
insulānus
noun
an islander

insulanus
insulānus
adjective
of or belonging to an island

insulares
insulāres
noun
keepers of a temple

insularis
insulāris
adjective
Of or belonging to an island

insularius
insulārius
noun
A tenant of an apartment building

insulatus
insulātus
adjective
made into an island

insulcatio
insulcātiō
noun
a furrowing

insulco
insulcō
verb
to furrow

insulensis
insulensis
adjective
of or belonging to an island

insulosus
insulōsus
adjective
full of islands

insulsa
insulsa
noun
silly creatures

insulse
insulsē
adverb
tastelessly

insulsitas
insulsitās
noun
tastelessness

insulsus
insulsus
adjective
unsalted

insultabundus
insultābundus
adjective
insulting

insultatio
insultātiō
noun
a springing or leaping over or on

insultatorie
insultātōriē
adverb
scornfully

insultatorius
insultātōrius
adjective
scornful

insultatrix
insultātrix
noun
she that scoffs at

insulto
insultō
verb
to spring or leap at or upon

insultura
insultūra
noun
a springing or leaping at or upon

insultus
insultus
noun
a scoffing

insulula
insulula
noun

insum
insum
verb
to be in or upon

insumo
insūmō
verb
to take for

insumptio
insumptiō
noun
expense

insumptum
insumptum
noun
expense

insuo
insuō
verb
to sew in or into

insuper
insuper
adverb
above

insuperabilis
insuperābilis
adjective
that cannot be passed over

insuperabiliter
insuperābiliter
adverb
unconquerably

insuperatus
insuperātus
adjective
unconquered

insupero
insuperō
verb
to pass over

insupportabilis
insupportābilis
adjective
unsupportable

insurgo
insurgō
verb
To rise upon

insurrectio
insurrectiō
noun
a rising up

insusceptus
insusceptus
adjective
not taken upon one's self

insuspicabile
insuspicābile
noun
fancies

insuspicabilis
insuspicābilis
adjective
not thought of

insustentabilis
insustentābilis
adjective
unbearable

insusurratio
insusurrātiō
noun
a whispering to

insusurro
insusurrō
verb
to whisper in

insuticius
insutīcius
cross-reference

insutus
insūtus
adjective

intabesco
intābescō
verb
to waste away by degrees

intactilis
intactilis
adjective
that cannot be touched

intactus
intactus
adjective
untouched

intactus
intactus
noun
intangibleness

intaminabilis
intāminābilis
adjective
undefilable

intaminatus
intāminātus
adjective
unsullied

intardo
intardō
verb
to stay

intectamentum
intectāmentum
noun
the covering of a roof

intectus
intectus
adjective

intectus
intectus
adjective
uncovered

integellus
integellus
adjective
pretty safe

integer
integer
adjective
untouched

intego
integō
verb
to cover

integrasco
integrascō
verb
to renew itself

integratio
integrātiō
noun
a renewing

integrator
integrātor
noun
a renewer

integre
integrē
adverb
wholly

integritas
integritās
noun
the undiminished or unimpaired condition

integritudo
integritūdō
noun
soundness

integro
intēgrō
verb
to make whole

integro
integrō
verb
to make whole

integulatus
integulātus
adjective
not tiled

integumentum
integumentum
noun
a covering

intellectio
intellectiō
noun
synecdoche

intellectivus
intellectīvus
adjective
dependent on discernment

intellector
intellector
noun
one who understands

intellectualis
intellectuālis
adjective
of or relating to the understanding

intellectualitas
intellectuālitās
noun
understanding

intellectualiter
intellectuāliter
adverb
intellectually

intellectus
intellectus
noun
a perceiving

intellectus
intellectus
adjective

intellegens
intellegens
adjective

intellegens
intellegens
adjective
that has understanding or that understands

intellegenter
intellegenter
adverb
intelligently

intellegentia
intellegentia
noun
the power of discerning or understanding

intellegibilis
intellegibilis
adjective
That can be understood

intellegiliter
intellegiliter
adverb
intelligibly

intellego
intellegō
verb
to see into

intelligentia
intelligentia
noun
the power of discerning or understanding

intelligo
intelligō
verb
to see into

intelligo
intelligō
cross-reference

Intemelius
Intemelius
noun
a people on the coast of Liguria

intemerabilis
intemerābilis
adjective
inviolable

intemerandus
intemerandus
adjective
that may not be profaned or violated

intemerate
intemerātē
adverb
incorruptly

intemeratus
intemerātus
adjective
undefiled

intemperabilis
intemperābilis
adjective
not to be moderated

intemperans
intemperans
adjective
intemper

intemperanter
intemperanter
adverb
immoderately

intemperantia
intemperantia
noun
want of mildness

intemperate
intemperātē
adverb
intemperately

intemperatus
intemperātus
adjective
untempered

intemperia
intemperia
noun
intemperateness

intemperies
intemperiēs
noun
intemperateness

intempestive
intempestīvē
adverb
out of season

intempestivitas
intempestīvitās
noun
unseasonableness

intempestiviter
intempestīvīter
adverb
unseasonably

intempestivus
intempestīvus
adjective
untimely

intempestus
intempestus
adjective
unseasonable

intemporalis
intemporālis
adjective
Without time

intemporalitas
intemporālitās
noun
unseasonableness

intemporaliter
intemporāliter
adverb
unseasonably

intenditus
intenditus
adverb

intendo
intendō
verb
to stretch out or forth

intenibilis
intenibilis
adjective
not to be grasped

intense
intensē
adverb
violently

intensio
intensiō
noun
A stretching out

intensus
intensus
adjective

intentabilis
intentābilis
adjective
that cannot be tried

intentalis
intentālis
adjective
that cannot be tried

intentatio
intentātiō
noun
a stretching out or extending towards

intentator
intentātor
noun
he who does not tempt

intentatus
intentātus
adjective

intentatus
intentātus
adjective
untouched

intente
intentē
adverb
with earnestness

intentio
intentiō
noun
a stretching out

intentiose
intentiōsē
adverb
eagerly

intentivus
intentīvus
adjective
intensive

intento
intentō
verb
to stretch out or extend towards

intentus
intentus
noun
a stretching out

intentus
intentus
adjective

intentus
intentus
adjective

intepeo
intepeō
verb
to be lukewarm

intepesco
intepescō
verb
to become lukewarm

inter
inter
adverb
in the midst

interaestimatio
interaestimātiō
noun
valuation

interaestuo
interaestuō
verb
to bubble up

interamentum
interāmentum
noun
timber for the lower part and hold of a shipof-war

Interamna
Interamna
noun

Interamna
Interamna
noun
The name of several Italian cities

Interamnanus
Interamnānus
adjective
of or belonging to Interamna

Interamnanus
Interamnānus
noun

Interamnas
Interamnas
adjective
of or belonging to Interamna

Interamnas
Interamnas
adjective

Interamnats
Interamnāts
noun
inhabitants of Interamna

Interamnatus
Interamnātus
adjective

Interamnium
Interamnium
noun

interamnus
interamnus
adjective
that is between two rivers

interaneum
interāneum
noun

interaneum
interāneum
noun
a gut

interaneus
interāneus
adjective
inward

interaperio
interaperiō
cross-reference

interaptus
interaptus
adjective
joined together

interaresco
interārescō
verb
to become dry

interbibo
interbibō
verb
to drink in

interbito
interbītō
verb
to perish

interblandiens
interblandiens
adjective
flattering

intercaelestis
intercaelestis
adjective
between heaven and earth

intercalaris
intercalāris
adjective
of or for insertion

intercalarius
intercalārius
adjective
of or for insertion

intercalatio
intercalātiō
noun
an insertion

intercalator
intercalātor
noun
an intercalator

intercalco
intercalcō
cross-reference

intercalo
intercalō
verb
to proclaim that something has been intercalated

intercapedinans
intercapēdinans
adjective
interrupting

intercapedinatus
intercapēdinātus
adjective
separated

intercapedo
intercapēdō
noun
an interruption

intercapio
intercapiō
verb
to take away

intercardinatus
intercardinātus
adjective
joined together by mortise and tenon

Intercatia
Intercatia
noun
a city of

Intercatiensis
Intercatiensis
adjective
of or from Intercatia

Intercatiensis
Intercatiensis
noun
the inhabitants of Intercatia

intercedo
intercēdō
verb
to go or come between

interceptio
interceptiō
noun
a taking away

interceptor
interceptor
noun
an intercepter

interceptus
interceptus
noun
a taking away

interceptus
interceptus
adjective

intercessio
intercessiō
noun
a coming between

intercessor
intercessor
noun
one who intervenes

intercessus
intercessus
noun
an intervention

intercido
intercīdō
verb
to cut asunder

intercido
intercidō
verb
to fall between

Intercidona
Intercīdōna
noun
one of the three deities

intercilium
intercilium
noun
the space between the eyebrows

intercino
intercinō
verb
to sing between

intercipio
intercipiō
verb
to seize on the passage before arrival at the destined place

intercise
intercīsē
adverb
piecemeal

intercisi
intercīsī
noun
a cutting through

intercisimen
intercīsīmen
noun
a cutting through

interclamo
interclāmō
verb
to cry out between or among

intercludo
interclūdō
verb
to shut out

interclusio
interclūsiō
noun
a stopping or shutting up

interclusus
interclūsus
participle

intercolumnium
intercolumnium
noun
the space between two columns

interconcilio
interconciliō
verb
to gain the favor of

intercreatus
intercreātus
adjective
inwardly created or produced

interculco
interculcō
verb
to tread between

intercultus
intercultus
adjective
cultivated

intercurro
intercurrō
verb
to run between

intercurso
intercursō
verb
v. n. freq

intercursus
intercursus
noun
a running between

intercursus
intercursus
noun

intercus
intercus
noun
the dropsy

intercus
intercus
adjective
under the skin

intercussus
intercussus
noun
a striking between

intercutitus
intercutītus
adjective
greatly abused

interdianus
interdiānus
adjective
throughout the day

interdiarius
interdiārius
noun
a thief who

interdico
interdīcō
verb
to speak between

interdictio
interdictiō
noun
a prohibiting

interdictor
interdictor
noun
a forbidder

interdictorius
interdictōrius
adjective
prohibitory

interdictum
interdictum
noun
a prohibition

interdictus
interdictus
adjective

interdictus
interdictus
noun

Interdidium
Interdidium
noun
a place in Alexandria

interdigitale
interdigitāle
noun
excrescences

interdigitium
interdigitium
noun
excrescences

interdiu
interdiu
adverb
during the day

interdius
interdius
adverb

interdo
interdō
cross-reference
To give an interval

interduatim
interduātim
adverb
sometimes

Interduca
Interdūca
noun
an epithet of Juno

interductus
interductus
noun
interpunctuation

interdum
interdum
adverb
sometimes

interduo
interduō
cross-reference

interea
intereā
adverb
Meanwhile

interemptibilis
interemptibilis
adjective
that can be destroyed or killed

interemptio
interemptiō
noun
destruction

interemptor
interemptor
noun
one who destroys or kills

interemptrix
interemptrix
noun
she that destroys or kills

interemptus
interemptus
adjective

interemt
interemt
noun
destruction

interemt
interemt
noun
one who destroys or kills

interemt
interemt
adjective

interemt
interemt
noun
she that destroys or kills

intereo
intereō
verb
to go among

interequito
interequitō
verb
to ride between

intererro
intererrō
verb
to wander between or among

interest
interest
cross-reference

interest
interest
cross-reference
it makes a difference

interfacio
interfaciō
cross-reference

interfaris
interfāris
cross-reference

interfatio
interfātiō
noun
a speaking between

interfectibilis
interfectibilis
adjective
deadly

interfectio
interfectiō
noun
a killing

interfectivus
interfectīvus
adjective
deadly

interfector
interfector
noun
a slayer

interfectorie
interfectōriē
adverb
destructively

interfectorium
interfectōrium
noun
a means of destruction

interfectorius
interfectōrius
adjective
deadly

interfectrix
interfectrix
noun
a murderess

interfectus
interfectus
adjective

interfeminium
interfeminium
noun

interfemus
interfemus
noun
the space between the thighs

interficio
interficiō
verb
to put between

interfio
interfīō
verb

interfluo
interfluō
verb
to flow between

interfluus
interfluus
adjective
flowing between

interfor
interfor
verb
to speak between

interfodio
interfodiō
verb
to dig out

interfossus
interfossus
adjective

interfrigesco
interfrīgescō
verb
to grow old

interfringo
interfringō
verb
to break to pieces

interfugio
interfugiō
cross-reference
to flee between or into

interfulgeo
interfulgeō
verb
to shine or glitter between

interfundo
interfundō
verb
to flow between

interfuro
interfurō
verb
to rage between or through

interfusio
interfūsiō
noun
a flowing between

interfusus
interfūsus
adjective

interfusus
interfūsus
adjective
of blood

interfuturus
interfutūrus
participle

intergannitus
intergannītus
adjective

intergarritus
intergarrītus
adjective
prated or chattered between

intergeries
intergeriēs
noun
a partition

intergerinus
intergerīnus
adjective

intergerium
intergerium
cross-reference

intergerivus
intergerīvus
adjective

intergerivus
intergerīvus
noun
a partition

intergero
intergerō
verb
to place between

intergressus
intergressus
noun
a coming between

interhio
interhiō
verb
to be open between

interibi
interibī
adverb
in the meantime

interibilis
interibilis
adjective
perishable

interim
interim
adverb
meanwhile

interimo
interimō
verb
to take out of the midst

interinteremo
interinteremō
verb
to take out of the midst

interior
interior
adjective
nearer

interior
interiōr
noun
the inner parts or places

interioris
interiōris
noun
they who live farther inland

interitio
interitiō
noun
destruction

interitus
interitus
adjective
perished

interitus
interitus
noun
destruction

interitus
interitus
adjective

interius
interius
adverb
in the inner part

interjaceo
interjaceō
verb
to lie between

interjacio
interjaciō
verb
to throw or cast between

interjectio
interjectiō
noun
a throwing or placing between

interjective
interjectīvē
adverb
in the manner of an interjection

interjectivus
interjectīvus
adjective
placed between

interjectum
interjectum
noun
places lying between

interjectura
interjectūra
noun
an insertion

interjectus
interjectus
adjective
thrown or placed between

interjectus
interjectus
noun
a throwing or placing between

interjectus
interjectus
adjective

interjicio
interjiciō
cross-reference

interjicio
interjiciō
verb
to throw or cast between

interjunctus
interjunctus
adjective

interjungo
interjungō
verb
To join together

interlabor
interlābor
verb
to fall

interlateo
interlateō
verb
to lurk or lie hid between

interlatrans
interlatrans
adjective
barking between

interlectio
interlectiō
noun
a reading between

interlego
interlegō
verb
to cull or pluck off here and there

interlido
interlīdō
verb
To thrust out of the midst

interligo
interligō
verb
to bind together

interlino
interlinō
verb
to smear between

interlisus
interlīsus
adjective

interlitus
interlitus
adjective

interloco
interlocō
verb
to place between