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Jabolenus
Jabolēnus
noun
a celebrated Roman jurist in the time of Trajan

jacea
jacea
noun
a wooden hay-rack

jaceo
jaceō
verb
to lie

Jacetanus
Jacetānus
noun
a people in northern Spain

jacio
jaciō
verb
to throw

jactabilis
jactābilis
adjective
that can be thrown

jactabundus
jactābundus
adjective
tossing to and fro

jactans
jactans
adjective
boasting

jactanter
jactanter
adverb
boastfully

jactantia
jactantia
noun
a boasting

jactanticulus
jactanticulus
adjective
somewhat boasting

jactanticulus
jactanticulus
noun
a braggart

jactatio
jactātiō
noun
a throwing or tossing to and fro

jactator
jactātor
noun
one who makes an ostentatious display of himself

jactatrix
jactātrix
noun
she that boasts

jactatus
jactātus
noun
a throwing to and fro

jactitabundus
jactitābundus
adjective
boasting

jactito
jactitō
verb
to bring forward in public

jacto
jactō
verb
to throw

jactura
jactūra
noun
a throwing

jacturalis
jactūrālis
cross-reference

jacturarius
jactūrārius
cross-reference

jactus
jactus
noun
a throwing

Jactus
Jactus
noun
a river flowing into the Po

jaculabilis
jaculābilis
adjective
that may be thrown or hurled

jaculamentum
jaculāmentum
noun
a missive weapon

jaculatio
jaculātiō
noun
a throwing

jaculator
jaculātor
noun
a thrower

jaculatorius
jaculātōrius
adjective
of or for throwing or shooting

jaculatrix
jaculātrix
noun
she that hurls

jaculatus
jaculātus
noun
a throwing

jaculor
jaculor
verb
to throw

jaculo
jaculō
verb

jaculum
jaculum
noun
a dart

jaculus
jaculus
adjective
that is thrown

jacùlus
jacùlus
noun
A serpent that darts from a tree on its prey

jam
jam
adverb
at this time

jam dudum
jam dūdum
adverb
long since

jamdudum
jamdūdum
adverb
long since

jam jam
jam jam
adverb
already

jamjam
jamjam
adverb
already

jam jamque
jam jamque
adverb
At this very moment

jamjamque
jamjamquē
adverb
At this very moment

jam pridem
jam prīdem
cross-reference
long ago

jampridem
jamprīdem
cross-reference
long ago

Jana
Jana
noun
an Italian divinity

Jana
Jana
noun
Diana

Janalis
Jānālis
adjective
of or belonging to Janus

janeus
jāneus
cross-reference

Janicularis
Jāniculāris
adjective
adj.

Janiculum
Jāniculum
noun
one of the hills of Rome

Janigena
Jānigena
noun
begotten by Janus

janitor
jānitor
noun
a door-keeper

janitos
jānitos
noun
a door-keeper

janitrices
jānitrīces
noun
the wives of two brothers

janitrix
jānitrix
noun
a female door-keeper

janua
jānua
noun
a door

Janual
Jānual
noun

Janualis
Jānuālis
adjective
of or belonging to Janus

Januarius
Jānuārius
adjective
of or belonging to Janus

Januarius
Jānuārius
noun
January

Janus
Jānus
noun
an old Italian deity

Januspater
Jānuspater
cross-reference

Javolenus
Javolēnus
noun
a celebrated Roman jurist in the time of Trajan

Javolenus
Javolēnus
cross-reference

Jaxamata
Jaxamata
noun
a people on the lake Maeotis

Jaxartes
Jaxartēs
noun
a river of Sogdiana

Jazyges
Jāzyges
noun

Jazygis
Jāzygis
noun
a sarmatian people on the Danube

jecinerosus
jecinerōsus
adjective
that has the liver complaint

jecoralis
jecorālis
cross-reference

jecoriticus
jecoriticus
adjective
that has the liver complaint

jecorosus
jecorōsus
adjective
that has the liver complaint

jectura
jectūra
noun
a throwing

jecur
jecur
noun
the liver

jecusculum
jecusculum
noun
a little liver

jejunatio
jējūnātiō
noun
a fasting

jejunator
jējūnātor
noun
a faster

jejune
jējūnē
adverb
meagrely

jejuniosus
jējūniōsus
adjective
fasting

jejunitas
jējūnitās
noun
a fasting

jejunium
jējūnium
noun
a fast-day

jejuno
jējūnō
verb
to fast

jejunus
jējūnus
adjective
fasting

jentaculum
jentāculum
noun
a breakfast

jentatio
jentātiō
noun
a breakfasting

jento
jentō
verb
to breakfast

Jeremias
Jēremīās
noun
the Hebrew prophet Jeremiah

Jericho
Jerichō
noun
the Hebrew city Jericho

Jesus
Jēsus
noun
Jesus

Joannes
Jōannes
noun

Joannis
Jōannis
noun
John the Baptist

jocabundus
jocābundus
adjective
sportive

jocaliter
jocāliter
adverb
jestingly

jocatio
jocātiō
noun
a joking

jocinor
jocinor
noun
the liver

jocor
jocor
verb
to jest

joco
jocō
verb

joco
jocō
verb

jocose
jocōsē
adverb
jestingly

jocosus
jocōsus
adjective
full of jesting

joculanter
joculanter
adverb
jestingly

joculare
joculāre
noun
plur.

jocularis
joculāris
adjective
facetious

joculariter
joculāriter
adverb
jocosely

jocularius
joculārius
adjective
ludicrous

joculatio
joculātiō
noun
a jest

joculator
joculātor
noun
a jester

joculatorius
joculātōrius
adjective
jesting

joculor
joculor
verb
to jest

joculus
joculus
noun
a little jest or joke

joculus
joculus
noun
toys

jocundus
jōcundus
adjective
pleasant

jocundus
jocundus
adjective

jocur
jocur
noun

jocur
jocur
noun
the liver

jocus
jocus
noun
a jest

jocusculum
jocusculum
noun
a little liver

jocusculum
jocusculum
cross-reference

Jonas
Jōnās
noun
the Hebrew prophet Jonah

Jonas
Jōnas
cross-reference

Jope
Jopē
noun
Joppa

Joppe
Joppē
noun
Joppa

Joppicus
Joppicus
adjective
of Joppa

Jordanes
Jordānēs
noun
the Jordan

Jordanis
Jordānis
noun
the Jordan

Joseph
Jōsēph
noun
Son of the patriarch Jacob

Josephus
Jōsēphus
noun
a Jewish historian

Jovialis
Joviālis
adjective
of or pertaining to Jupiter

Joviani
Joviānī
adverb
soldiers of Diocletian's legion of honor

Jovianus
Joviānus
adjective

Jovis
Jovis
noun

Jovisjurandum
Jovisjūrandum
noun
a swearing by Jupiter

Jovius
Jovius
adjective
of or belonging to Jupiter

Jovius
Jovius
noun
a surname of the emperor Diocletian

Jovius
Jovius
adjective
of or belonging to Diocletian

juba
juba
noun
the flowing hair on the neck of an animal

Juba
Juba
noun
the name of two Numidian-kings

jubar
jubar
noun
the radiance of the heavenly bodies

jubatus
jubātus
adjective
having a mane or crest

jubelaeus; jubilaeus
jūbelaeus; jubilaeus
noun
the year of jubilee among the Jews

jubeo
jubeō
verb
to order

Juberna
Jūberna
noun
Ireland

Juberna
Juberna
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jubilaeus
jūbilaeus
noun
the year of jubilee among the Jews

jubilatio
jūbilātiō
noun
a shouting

jubilatus
jūbilātus
adverb

jubilo
jūbilō
verb
to shout

jubilum
jūbilum
noun
a wild cry

jucunde
jūcundē
adverb
agreeably

jucunditas
jūcunditās
noun
agreeableness

jucundo
jūcundō
verb
to please

jucundus
jūcundus
adjective
pleasant

Juda
Jūda
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Juda
Jūda
noun
Judah

Judaea
Jūdaea
noun
the country of the Jews

Judaea
Jūdaea
noun
a Jewess

Judaeus
Jūdaeus
noun
the Jews

Judaeus
Jūdaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Judea

Judaice
Jūdaicē
adverb
in the Jewish manner

Judaicus
Jūdaicus
adjective
adj.

Judaismus
Jūdaismus
noun
Judaism

Judaizo
Jūdaīzō
verb
to live in the Jewish manner

Judas
Jūdās
noun
Judah

judex
jūdex
noun
a judge

judicabilis
jūdicābilis
adjective
that may be judged of

judicatio
jūdicātiō
noun
A judging

judicato
jūdicātō
adverb
P. a. fin

judicatorium
jūdicātōrium
cross-reference

judicatorius
jūdicātōrius
adjective
of or pertaining to a judge

judicatrix
jūdicātrix
noun
she that judges or decides

judicatum
jūdicātum
noun
a matter judged or decided

judicatum
jūdicātum
noun
P. a

judicatus
jūdicātus
noun
a judgeship

judicatus
jūdicātus
adjective

judicatus
jūdicātus
adjective
P. a.

judicialis
jūdiciālis
adjective
of or belonging to the courts of justice

judicialiter
jūdiciāliter
adverb
judicially

judiciarius
jūdiciārius
adjective
of or belonging to the courts

judiciolum
jūdiciolum
noun
a weak or feeble judgment

judicium
jūdicium
noun
a judgment

judico
jūdicō
verb
to examine judicially

jugabilis
jugābilis
adjective
that may be joined together

jugales
jugāles
noun
a team

jugalis
jugālis
adjective
a husband

jugalis
jugālis
adjective
of or belonging to a yoke

jugalitas
jugālitās
noun
union

jugamento
jugāmentō
verb
to fasten together

jugamento
jugāmentō
cross-reference

jugamentum
jugāmentum
cross-reference

jugamentum
jugāmentum
noun
a cross-beam

jugarius
jugārius
noun
an ox-herd

jugarius
jugārius
adjective
yoked together

Jugatinus
Jugātīnus
noun
the god of marriage

jugatio
jugātiō
noun
a binding

jugator
jugātor
noun
one who yokes

jugatus
jugātus
adjective

juge
jūgē
adverb
continually

jugeralis
jūgerālis
adjective
of or belonging to an acre

jugeratim
jugerātim
adverb
per acre

jugeratio
jūgerātiō
noun
A dividing of land into acres

jugerum
jūgerum
noun
an acre

jugifluus
jūgifluus
adjective
ever-flowing

jugis
jūgis
adjective
continual

jugis
jūgis
adjective
joined together

jugitas
jūgitās
noun
continuance

jugiter
jūgiter
adverb
continually

juglans
jūglans
noun
a walnut

jugo
jugō
verb
to utter the

jugo
jugō
verb
to bind to laths or rails

jugosus
jugōsus
adjective
mountainous

Jugula
Jugula
noun
the three stars which form Orion's belt

Jugula
Jugula
noun
the three stars which form Orion's belt

jugulatio
jugulātiō
noun
a cutting of one's throat

jugulator
jugulātor
noun
a cutthroat

jugulo
jugulō
verb
to cut the throat

jugulum
jugulum
noun
the collar-bone

jugulus
jugulus
noun
the collar-bone

jugum
jugum
noun
a yoke

jugumento
jugūmentō
verb
to fasten together

jugumentum
jugūmentum
noun
a cross-beam

Jugurtha
Jugurtha
noun
the nephew and successor of Micipsa

Jugurthinus
Jugurthīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Jugurtha

jugus
jugus
adjective
belonging together

Juleus
Jūlēus
adjective
named from Iulus

Juleus
Jūlēus
adjective

Juleus
Jūleus
adjective

Juliacum
Juliacum
noun
a city of Gallia Belgica

Julianus
Jūliānus
noun
Julian

Julianus
Jūliānus
adjective
of or belonging to Julius Caesar

Julianus
Jūliānus
noun
soldiers who were on the side of Caesar in the civil war

Julias
Jūlias
noun
a town in Galilee

Juliensis
Jūliensis
adjective
of or belonging to Julius

Juliobriga
Jūliōbriga
noun
a town in Hispania Tarraconensis

Juliobriga
Jūliobriga
noun
a town in Hispania Tarraconensis

Juliobrigensis
Jūliōbrigensis
noun
an inhabitant of Juliobriga

Juliobrigensis
Jūliobrigensis
noun
an inhabitant of Juliobriga

julis
jūlis
noun
a kind of rockfish

Julius
Jūlius
adjective
name of a Roman

Julus
Jūlus
noun
The son of Ascanius and grandson of Aeneas

Julus
Jūlus
noun

jumentarius
jūmentārius
adjective
of or belonging to draught-cattle

jumentum
jūmentum
noun
a beast used for drawing or carrying

juncetum
juncētum
noun
a place full of rushes

junceus
junceus
adjective
Made of rushes

juncinus
juncinus
adjective
made from rushes

juncosus
juncōsus
adjective
full of rushes

junctim
junctim
adverb

junctio
junctiō
noun
a joining

junctor
junctor
noun
a harnesser

junctura
junctūra
noun
a joining

junctus
junctus
noun
a joining

junctus
junctus
adjective

junctus
junctus
adjective
joined

juncus
juncus
noun
a rush

jungo
jungō
verb
to join or unite together

Junianus
Jūniānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Junius

juniculus
jūniculus
noun
an old vine-branch

junior
junior
noun
a theological author

junior
jūnior
adjective

junipereus
jūnipereus
adjective
of juniper

juniperus
jūniperus
noun
the juniper-tree

junipirus
jūnipirus
noun
the juniper-tree

Junius
Jūnius
adjective
name of a Roman gens

Junius
Jūnius
cross-reference

Junius
Jūnius
adjective
adj.

junix
jūnix
noun
a young cow

Juno
Jūnō
noun
the goddess Juno

Junonalis
Jūnōnālis
adjective
of or belonging to Juno

Junonicola
Jūnōnicola
noun
a worshipper of Juno

Junonigena
Jūnōnigena
noun
Junoborn

Junonius
Jūnōnius
adjective
of or belonging to Juno

Jupiter
Jūpiter
noun
Jupiter

Juppiter
Jūppiter
noun
Jupiter

Jura
Jūra
noun
a chain of mountains extending from the Rhine to the Rhone

juramentum
jūrāmentum
noun
an oath

jurandum
jūrandum
noun
an oath

juratio
jūrātiō
noun
a swearing

jurativus
jūrātīvus
adjective
of or belonging to an oath

jurato
jūrātō
adverb
with an oath

jurator
jūrātor
noun
a swearer

juratorius
jūrātōrius
adjective
of or confirmed by an oath

juratus
jūrātus
adjective

juratus
jūrātus
adjective
Called upon or taken to witness in an oath

jure
jūre
cross-reference
with justice

jureconsultus
jūreconsultus
cross-reference

jureconsultus
jūreconsultus
noun
one skilled in the law

jurejuro
jūrejūrō
verb
to swear

Jurensis
Jūrensis
adjective
of Mount Jura

jureperitus
jūreperītus
noun
skilled or learned in the law

jureperitus
jūreperītus
adverb

jureus
jūreus
adjective

jurgatio
jurgātiō
cross-reference

jurgatorius
jurgātōrius
adjective
quarrelsome

jurgatrix
jurgātrix
noun
a quarrelsome woman

jurgiosus
jurgiōsus
adjective
quarrelsome

jurgium
jurgium
noun
a quarrel

jurgo
jurgō
verb
Neutr

jurgor
jurgor
cross-reference

juridicatus
jūridicātus
noun
a judgeship

juridicialis
jūridiciālis
adjective
relating to right or justice

juridicina
jūridicīna
noun
the administration of justice

juridicus
jūridicus
noun
one who administers justice

juridicus
jūridicus
adjective
relating to the administration of justice

jurigo
jurigō
cross-reference

jurisconsultus
jūrisconsultus
noun
A decree

jurisconsultus
jūrisconsultus
noun
one skilled in the law

jurisdictio
jūrisdictiō
noun
administration of justice

jurisonus
jūrisonus
adjective
resounding with justice

jurisperitus
jūrisperītus
noun
skilled or learned in the law

jurisprudens
jūrisprūdens
noun
one learned in the law

jurisprudentia
jūrisprūdentia
noun
the science of law

jurisprudentia juris
jūrisprūdentia jūris
noun
the science of law

juror
jūror
verb

juror
jūror
verb
to swear

juror
jūror
verb
to swear

Jurs
Jūrs
noun
a chain of mountains extending from the Rhine to the Rhone

jurulentia
jūrulentia
noun
juice

jurulentus
jūrulentus
adjective
containing the juice

jus
jūs
noun
broth

jus
jūs
noun
right

juscellarius
juscellārius
cross-reference

juscellum
juscellum
noun
broth

juscularius
jusculārius
noun
a soupmaker

jusculum
jusculum
noun
a broth

jusjurandum
jusjūrandum
noun
an oath

jusquiamus
jusquiamus
noun

jusquiamus
jusquiamus
cross-reference

jussio
jussiō
noun
an order

jussitur
jussitur
cross-reference

jusso
jussō
cross-reference

jussor
jussor
cross-reference

jussorius
jussōrius
adjective
giving orders

jussulentus
jussulentus
adjective
having broth or sauce

jussum
jussum
noun
an order

jussus
jussus
noun
an order

jussus
jussus
adjective

justa
justa
cross-reference
rights

juste
justē
adverb
rightly

justificatio
justificātiō
noun
justification

justificator
justificātor
noun
he who justifies

justificatrix
justificātrix
noun
she who justifies

justificatus
justificātus
adjective

justificatus
justificātus
adjective
P. a.

justifico
justificō
verb
To act justly towards

justificus
justificus
adjective
that acts justly

Justina
Justīna
noun
a Roman empress

Justinianeus
Justīniānēus
adjective
of or belonging to Justinian

Justinianus
Justīniānus
noun
Justinian

Justinianus
Justīniānus
adjective
of or belonging to the emperor Justin

Justinianus
Justīniānus
cross-reference

Justinus
Justīnus
noun
Justin

justitia
justitia
noun
justice

Justitia
Justitia
noun
the goddess of justice

justitium
justitium
noun
a cessation from business in the courts of justice

justum
justum
noun
due ceremonies or formalities

justum
justum
noun
that which is right or just

justum
justum
noun

justus
justus
adjective
just

jusum
jūsum
adverb
down

Juturna
Jūturna
noun
a fountain in Latium

Juturnale
Jūturnāle
noun
the festival of the nymph Juturna

jutus
jūtus
adjective

juvamen
juvāmen
noun
help

juvamentum
juvāmentum
noun
help

juvenale
juvenāle
noun
youthful pursuits

juvenalis
juvenālis
adjective
of or belonging to youth

juvenalis
juvenālis
adjective
youthful

Juvenalis
Juvenālis
noun
Juvenal

juvenaliter
juvenāliter
adverb
in a youthful manner

juvenca
juvenca
noun
A young cow

juvenca
juvenca
noun

Juvencius
Juvencius
adjective
name of a Roman

juvencula
juvencula
noun
a young girl

juvenculasco
juvenculascō
verb
to become youthful

juvenculus
juvenculus
noun
a young man

juvenculus
juvenculus
adjective
young

juvencus
juvencus
noun
a young bullock

Juvencus
Juvencus
noun
a priest in Spain in the time of Constantine the Great

juvencus
juvencus
adjective
young

juvenesco
juvenescō
verb
To reach the age of youth

juvenile
juvenīlē
adverb
youthfully

juvenilis
juvenīlis
adjective
of or belonging to youth

juvenilitas
juvenīlitās
noun
youth

juveniliter
juvenīliter
adverb
youthfully

juvenis
juvenis
noun
one who is in the flower of his or her age

juvenix
juvenix
noun
a young cow

juvenoor
juvenoor
verb
to act with youthful indiscretion

juventa
juventa
noun
the age of youth

juventas
juventās
noun
the age of youth

Juventas
Juventas
noun
the goddess of youth

Juventius
Juventius
adjective
of or belonging to Juventius

Juventius
Juventius
adjective
name of a Roman

Juventus
Juventus
noun
the goddess of youth

juventus
juventus
noun
the age of youth

Juverna
Jūverna
noun
Ireland

Juverna
Juverna
noun
the island now called Ireland

juvo
juvō
verb
to help

juxta
juxtā
adverb
near to

juxtim
juxtim
adverb
next to

 
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