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labasco
labāscō
verb
to waver

labecula
lābēcula
noun
a slight stain

labefacio
labefaciō
verb
to cause to totter

labefacto
labefactō
verb
to cause to totter

labefactus
labefactus
cross-reference

labefio
labefīō
cross-reference

labellum
labellum
noun
a small basin (for libations)

labellum
lābellum
noun
a little lip

labes
lābēs
noun
a falling

labium
labium
noun
a lip

labo
labō
verb
to totter

labor
lābor
verb
to glide

labor
labor
noun
labor

laborifer
labōrifer
adjective
labor-bearing

laboriose
labōriōsē
adverb
laboriously

laboriosus
labōriōsus
adjective
full of labor

laboro
labōrō
verb
to labor

labos
labōs
noun
labor

labrum
lābrum
noun
a basin

labrum
labrum
noun
a lip

labrusca
lābrūsca
noun
the wild vine

labyrintheus
labyrinthēus
adjective
labyrinthine

labyrinthus
labyrinthus
noun
a labyrinth

lac
lāc
noun
milk

Lacaena
Lacaena
noun
[adj] Spartan

lacer
lacer
adjective
mangled

laceratio
lacerātiō
noun
a tearing

lacerna
lacerna
noun
a cloak worn over the toga

lacernatus
lacernātus
adjective
wearing a lacerna

lacero
lacerō
verb
to tear to pieces

lacerta
lacerta
noun
a lizard

lacertosus
lacertōsus
adjective
muscular

lacertus
lacertus
noun
a lizard

lacertus
lacertus
noun
the muscular part of the arm from the shoulder to the elbow

lacesso
lacessō
verb
to excite

Lachesis
Lachesis
noun
one of the three Fates

lacinia
lacinia
noun
a lappet

Laco
Lacō
noun
a Laconian

Lacon
Lacōn
noun
a Laconian

Laconicus
Lacōnicus
adjective
of Laconia

Laconis
Lacōnis
noun
adj.

lacrima
lacrima
noun
a tear

lacrimabilis
lacrimābilis
adjective
worthy of tears

lacrimabundus
lacrimābundus
adjective
bursting into tears

lacrimo
lacrimō
verb
to shed tears

lacrimosus
lacrimōsus
adjective
full of tears

lacrimula
lacrimula
cross-reference
a little tear

lacruma
lacruma
cross-reference

lactans
lactāns
participle
p. of 1 lacto

lactens
lactēns
adjective
taking milk

lacteolus
lacteolus
adjective
milk-white

lactesco
lactēscō
verb
to turn to milk

lacteus
lacteus
adjective
of milk

lacto
lactō
verb
to give milk

lacto
lactō
verb
lacio

lactuca
lactūca
noun
lettuce

lacuna
lacūna
noun
a ditch

lacunar
lacūnar
noun
a wainscoted and gilded ceiling

lacuno
lacūnō
verb
to panel

lacunosus
lacūnōsus
adjective
full of hollows

lacus
lacus
noun
an opening

laedo
laedō
verb
to hurt

laena
laena
noun
a woollen mantle

laesio
laesiō
noun
a hurting

laesus
laēsus
participle
p. of laedo

laetabilis
laetābilis
adjective
joyful

laetans
laetāns
adjective
joyful

laetatio
laetātiō
noun
a rejoicing

laetatus
laetātus
adjective
with joy

laete
laetē
adverb
joyfully

laetifico
laetificō
verb
to cheer

laetificus
laetificus
adjective
gladdening

laetitia
laetitia
noun
joy

laetor
laetor
verb
to rejoice

laetus
laetus
adjective
joyful

laeva
laeva
noun
the left hand

laeve
laevē
adverb
left-handedly

laevis
laevis
adjective
smooth

laevitas
laevitās
noun
smoothness

laevus
laevus
adjective
left

laganum
laganum
noun
a cake of flour and oil (eaten by the poor)

lageos
lagēos
noun
a species of vine

lagoena
lagoena
noun
a vessel of earthenware with rounded body

lagois
lagōis
noun
a kind of bird

lagona
lagōna
noun
a vessel of earthenware with rounded body

lagona
lagōna
cross-reference

lama
lāma
noun
a slough

lambo
lambō
verb
to lick

lamentabilis
lāmentābilis
adjective
mournful

lamentatio
lāmentātiō
noun
a wailing

lamentor
lāmentor
verb
to wail

lamentum
lāmentum
noun
a wailing

lamia
lamia
noun
a witch

lamina
lāmina
noun
a thin slice

lammina
lammina
noun
a thin slice

lamna
lāmna
noun
a thin slice

lampas
lampas
noun
a light

lamyrus
lamyrus
noun
a sea-fish (unknown)

lana
lāna
noun
wool

lanatus
lānātus
adjective
bearing wool

lancea
lancea
noun
a Spanish lance

lances
lances
cross-reference

lancino
lancinō
verb
to squander

laneus
lāneus
adjective
woollen

languefacio
languefaciō
verb
to make faint

languens
languēns
adjective
faint

langueo
langueō
verb
to be faint

languesco
languēscō
verb
to become faint

languide
languidē
adverb
faintly

languidulus
languidulus
adjective
somewhat feeble

languidus
languidus
adjective
faint

languor
languor
noun
faintness

laniatus
laniātus
participle
p. of lanio

laniatus
laniātus
noun
a tearing in pieces

lanicium
lānicium
noun
wool

laniena
lāniēna
noun
a butcher's stall

lanificus
lānificus
adjective
that works in wool

laniger
lāniger
adjective
woolbearing

lanio
laniō
verb
to tear in pieces

lanista
lanista
noun
a trainer of gladiators

lanitium
lānitium
noun
wool

lanius
lanius
noun
a butcher

lanterna
lanterna
noun
a lantern

lanternarius
lanternārius
noun
a lantern-bearer

lanugo
lānūgō
noun
woolly substance

lanx
lanx
noun
a plate

lapathum
lapathum
noun
(Lucil. ap. C.)

lapicida
lapicīda
noun
a quarryman

lapicidina
lapicīdīna
noun
stone-quarries

lapidatio
lapidātiō
noun
a throwing of stones

lapidator
lapidātor
noun
a thrower of stones

lapideus
lapideus
adjective
of stone

lapido
lapidō
verb
to stone

lapidosus
lapidōsus
adjective
full of stones

lapillus
lapillus
noun
a little stone

lapis
lapis
noun
a stone

lappa
lappa
noun
a bur

lapsio
lapsiō
noun
[properly] a sliding

lapso
lapsō
verb
to slip

lapsus
lapsus
participle
p. of 1 labor

lapsus
lapsus
noun
a falling

laquear
laqueār
noun
a panelled ceiling

laqueatus
laqueātus
adjective
panelled

laqueus
laqueus
noun
a noose

Lar
Lār
noun
[Plur] the gods of places

lardum
lārdum
noun
cured swine's flesh

Larental
Lārentāl
noun
a festival celebrated December 23rd

large
largē
adverb
abundantly

largificus
largificus
adjective
bountiful

largior
largior
verb
to give bountifully

largitas
largitās
noun
abundance

largiter
largiter
adverb
in abundance

largitio
largītiō
noun
a giving freely

largitor
largītor
noun
a liberal giver

largitus
largītus
participle
p. of largior

largus
largus
adjective
abundant

laridum
lāridum
noun
cured swine's flesh

Lars
Lārs
noun
[ opp. Aruns] the Etruscan title of the elder son

larva
lārva
noun
a mask

lasanum
lasanum
noun
a cooking-pot

lasarpicifer
lasarpīcifer
adjective
producing assafoetida (devils dung - a resin gum which comes from the dried milky sap of the stem and roots of the wild fennel)

lascivia
lascīvia
noun
sportiveness

lascivio
lascīviō
verb
to be wanton

lascivus
lascīvus
adjective
wanton

laserpicifer
laserpīcifer
adjective
producing assafoetida (devils dung - a resin gum which comes from the dried milky sap of the stem and roots of the wild fennel)

lassitudo
lassitūdō
noun
faintness

lasso
lassō
verb
to make faint

lassulus
lassulus
adjective
worn out

lassus
lassus
adjective
faint

late
lātē
adverb
broadly

latebra
latebra
noun
a hiding-place

latebrosus
latēbrōsus
adjective
full of lurking-holes

latens
latēns
adjective
lying hid

latenter
latenter
adverb
in secret

lateo
lateō
verb
to lurk

later
later
noun
a brick

laterculus
laterculus
noun
a tile

laterculus
laterculus
cross-reference

latericius
laterīcius
adjective
made of bricks

latericulus
latericulus
noun
a tile

laterna
lāterna
cross-reference

latesco
latēscō
verb
to hide oneself

latex
latex
noun
a liquid

Latialis
Latiālis
adjective
of Latium

Latiar
Latiar
noun
the festival of Jupiter Latiaris

Latiaris
Latiāris
adjective
of Latium

latibulum
latibulum
noun
a hiding-place

Latina
Latīna
noun
the festival of the Latins

Latine
Latīnē
adverb
in Latin

Latinitas
Latīnitās
noun
pure Latin style

Latinus
Latīnus
adjective
of Latium

latio
lātiō
noun
a bearing

latito
latitō
verb
to be hid

latitudo
lātitūdō
noun
breadth

Latius
Latius
adjective
of Latium

latomia
lātomia
noun
a quarry (in which condemned slaves were worked)

latomiae
lātomiae
cross-reference

Latonigena
Lātōnigena
noun
child of Latona

lator
lātor
noun
a bringer

latrans
lātrāns
noun
a barker

latrator
lātrātor
noun
a barker

latratus
lātrātus
noun
a barking

latro
lātrō
verb
to bark

latro
latrō
noun
[orig.] a mercenary soldier

latrocinium
latrōcinium
noun
freebooting

latrocinor
latrōcinor
verb
to practise freebooting

latrunculus
latrunculus
noun
a highwayman

latus
lātus
participle
p. of fero

latus
lātus
adjective
broad

latus
latus
noun
the side

latusculum
latusculum
noun
a little side

laudabilis
laudābilis
adjective
praiseworthy

laudabiliter
laudābiliter
adverb
praiseworthily

laudandus
laudandus
adjective
praiseworthy

laudatio
laudātiō
noun
a praising

laudator
laudātor
noun
a praiser

laudatrix
laudātrīx
noun
she who praises

laudatus
laudātus
adjective
extolled

laudo
laudō
verb
to praise

laurea
laurea
noun
the laurel-tree

laureatus
laureātus
adjective
crowned with laurel

laureola
laureola
noun
a little triumph

laureus
laureus
adjective
of laurel

lauriger
lauriger
adjective
laurel-bearing

laurus
laurus
noun
a bay-tree

laus
laus
noun
praise

laute
lautē
adverb
neatly

lautitia
lautitia
noun
elegance

lautium
lautium
noun
the public entertainment of eminent strangers (usually of ambassadors)

lautumia
lautumia
noun
a quarry (in which condemned slaves were worked)

lautus
lautus
adjective
neat

lavatio
lavātiō
noun
a bathing

Laverna
Laverna
noun
the goddess of gain

Lavinius
Lāvīnius
adjective
of Lavinium (a city of Latium)

lavo
lavō
verb
to wash

laxamentum
laxāmentum
noun
a relaxation

laxatus
laxātus
participle
p. of laxo

laxe
laxē
adverb
widely

laxitas
laxitās
noun
width

laxo
laxō
verb
to extend

laxus
laxus
adjective
wide

lea
lea
noun
a lioness

leaena
leaena
noun
a lioness

lebes
lebēs
noun
a copper basin

lectica
lectīca
noun
a litter

lecticarius
lectīcārius
noun
a litter-bearer

lecticula
lectīcula
noun
a small litter

lectio
lēctiō
noun
a picking out

lectisternium
lectisternium
noun
a feast of the gods (the images of the gods were set on couches

lectito
lēctitō
verb
to read often

lectiuncula
lēctiuncula
noun
a short reading

lecto
lectō
cross-reference
only pass

lector
lēctor
noun
a reader

lectulus
lectulus
noun
a small couch

lectus
lēctus
adjective
chosen

lectus
lectus
noun
a couch

legatio
lēgātiō
noun
the office of ambassador

legatorius
lēgātōrius
adjective
of a deputy

legatum
lēgātum
noun
a bequest

legatus
lēgātus
noun
an ambassador

legens
legēns
noun
a reader

legifer
lēgifer
adjective
lawgiving

legio
legiō
noun
a body of soldiers

legionarius
legiōnārius
adjective
of a legion

legitime
lēgitimē
adverb
according to law

legitimus
lēgitimus
adjective
fixed by law

legiuncula
legiuncula
noun
a small legion

lego
lēgō
verb
to send with a commission

lego
legō
verb
to bring together

leguleius
lēgulēius
noun
a pettifogging lawyer

legumen
legūmen
noun
pulse

lembus
lembus
noun
a pinnace

Lemnias
Lēmnias
noun
a Lemnian woman

Lemnicola
Lēmnicola
noun
a dweller in Lemnos

lemniscatus
lēmniscātus
adjective
adorned with pendent ribbons

lemniscus
lēmniscus
noun
a pendent ribbon

Lemnius
Lēmnius
adjective
of Lemnos

lemur
lemur
noun
shades

Lemurium
Lemūrium
noun
the festival of the Lemures

lena
lēna
noun
a bawd

Lenaeus
Lēnaeus
adjective
lenaean

lene
lēne
adverb
softly

lenimen
lēnīmen
noun
a soothing remedy

lenimentum
lēnimentum
noun
an alleviation

lenio
lēniō
verb
to soften

lenis
lēnis
adjective
soft

lenitas
lēnitās
noun
softness

leniter
lēniter
adverb
softly

lenitudo
lēnitūdō
noun
softness

leno
lēnō
noun
a pimp

lenocinium
lēnōcinium
noun
the trade of pander

lenocinor
lēnōcinor
verb
to pander

lens
lēns
noun
a lentil

lente
lentē
adverb
slowly

lentesco
lentēscō
verb
to become viscous

lentiscifer
lentīscifer
adjective
bearing mastic-trees

lentiscus
lentīscus
noun
the mastic-tree

lentitudo
lentitūdō
noun
sluggishness

lento
lentō
verb
to make flexible

Lentulitas
Lentulitās
noun
the nobility of a Lentulus

lentulus
lentulus
adjective
rather slow

lentus
lentus
adjective
pliant

lenunculus
lēnunculus
noun
a small sailing-vessel

leo
leō
noun
a lion

lepide
lepidē
adverb
pleasantly

lepidus
lepidus
adjective
pleasant

lepos
lepōs
noun
pleasantness

lepus
lepus
noun
a hare

lepusculus
lepusculus
noun
a young hare

Lesbius
Lesbius
adjective
of Lesbos

Lesbous
Lesbōus
adjective
of Lesbos

lessus
lessus
noun
a wailing

letalis
lētālis
adjective
deadly

Lethaeus
Lēthaeus
adjective
of Lethe

lethargicus
lēthargicus
adjective
affected with lethargy

lethargus
lēthargus
noun
drowsiness

Lethe
Lēthē
noun
a river in the lower world

letifer
lētifer
adjective
death-bringing

leto
lētō
verb
to kill

letum
lētum
noun
death

leucaspis
leucaspis
adjective
armed with a white shield

levamen
levāmen
noun
an alleviation

levamentum
levāmentum
noun
an alleviation

levatio
levātiō
noun
an alleviation

levatus
lēvātus
participle
p. of 2 le_vo

levatus
levātus
participle
p. of 1 levo

leviculus
leviculus
adjective
somewhat light

levidensis
levidēnsis
adjective
lightly wrought

levipes
levipēs
adjective
light-footed

levis
levis
adjective
[of weight] light

levis
lēvis
adjective
smooth

levitas
levitās
noun
lightness

levitas
lēvitās
noun
smoothness

leviter
leviter
adverb
lightly

levo
lēvō
verb
to make smooth

levo
levō
verb
to lift up

lex
lēx
noun
a formal proposition for a law

lexis
lexis
noun
f

libamen
lībāmen
noun
a portion offered to the gods

libamentum
lībāmentum
noun
a portion offered to the gods

libatio
lībātiō
noun
a drink-offering

libella
lībella
noun
an as

libellus
libellus
noun
a little book

libens
libēns
adjective
willing

libenter
libenter
adverb
willingly

Libentina
Libentīna
noun
a surname of Venus as goddess of pleasure

libeo
libeō
verb
to please

liber
līber
noun
free persons

liber
līber
adjective
free

liber
liber
noun
[of a tree] the inner bark

Liber
Līber
noun
an Italian deity of planting and fructification (identified with the Greek Bacchus)

Liberal
Līberāl
noun
a festival of Liber (March 17th)

liberalis
līberālis
adjective
of freedom

liberalitas
līberālitās
noun
a characteristic of a freeman

liberaliter
līberāliter
adverb
like a freeman

liberatio
līberātiō
noun
a freeing

liberator
līberātor
noun
a freer

libere
līberē
adverb
freely

libero
līberō
verb
to set free

liberta
liberta
noun
a freedwoman

libertas
lībertās
noun
freedom

libertina
lībertīna
noun
a freedwoman

libertinus
lībertīnus
noun
a freedman

libertinus
lībertīnus
adjective
of the condition of a freedman

libertus
lībertus
noun
a freedman

Libethris
Lībēthris
adjective
of Libethrus (on Mt. Helicon)

libidinose
libīdinōsē
adverb
at pleasure

libidinosus
libīdinōsus
adjective
full of desire

libido
libīdō
noun
pleasure

Libitina
Libitīna
noun
the goddess of corpses (in her temple were kept the funeral apparatus and the registries of death)

libitum
libitum
noun
pleasure

libo
lībō
verb
to take out as a sample

libra
lībra
noun
a balance

libramentum
lībrāmentum
noun
a weight

libraria
lībrāria
noun
she who weighs out tasks

librariolus
librāriolus
noun
a copyist

librarius
librārius
adjective
of books

librator
librātor
noun
a hurler

libratus
lībrātus
adjective
brandished

librilis
lībrīlis
adjective
of a pound

libritor
lībritor
noun
a hurler

libro
lībrō
verb
to poise

libum
lībum
noun
a cake

Liburnus
Liburnus
adjective
of Liburnia (in Illyria)

licens
licēns
adjective
free

licenter
licenter
adverb
freely

licentia
licentia
noun
freedom

liceo
liceō
verb
[with or without dat of person] it is lawful

liceo
liceō
verb
to be for sale

liceor
liceor
verb
to bid

licet
licet
conjunction
[Introducing a concession] be it that

licitatio
licitātiō
noun
licitor

licitator
licitātor
noun
licitor

licitus
licitus
adjective
permitted

licium
līcium
noun
in weaving

lictor
līctor
noun
a lictor

ligamen
ligāmen
noun
a tie

ligamentum
ligāmentum
noun
a bandage

lignarius
līgnārius
noun
a worker in wood

lignatio
līgnātiō
noun
a procuring of wood

lignator
līgnātor
noun
a wood-cutter

ligneolus
līgneolus
adjective
wooden

ligneus
līgneus
adjective
of wood

lignor
līgnor
verb
to fetch wood

lignum
līgnum
noun
[only in plural] gathered wood

ligo
ligō
verb
to tie

ligo
ligō
noun
a mattock

ligula
ligula
noun
[confounded with lingula] a shoe-strap

ligur
ligūr
noun
a fondness for dainties

ligurio
ligūriō
verb
to lick up

ligurrio
ligurriō
verb
to lick up

ligurritio
ligurrītiō
noun
a fondness for dainties

ligustrum
ligustrum
noun
privet (a plant bearing grapelike clusters of white flowers)

lilium
līlium
noun
a lily

lima
līma
noun
a file

limatulus
līmātulus
adjective
somewhat polished

limatus
līmātus
adjective
polished

limbus
limbus
noun
a border

limen
līmen
noun
a cross-piece

limes
līmes
noun
a path

limo
līmō
verb
to file

limosus
līmōsus
adjective
full of mud

limpidus
limpidus
adjective
limpid

limus
līmus
noun
an apron crossed with purple (worn by attendants at sacrifices)

limus
līmus
noun
slime

limus
līmus
adjective
sidelong

linea
līnea
noun
a linen thread

lineamentum
līneāmentum
noun
a line

lineus
līneus
adjective
of flax

lingo
lingō
verb
to lick

lingua
lingua
noun
tongue

lingula
lingula
noun
a tongue of land

linia
līnia
noun
a linen thread

liniamentum
līniāmentum
noun
a line

liniger
līniger
adjective
clothed in linen

lino
linō
verb
to daub

linquo
linquō
verb
to go away

linteatus
linteātus
adjective
clothed in linen legio

linter
linter
noun
a trough

linteum
linteum
noun
a linen cloth

linteus
linteus
adjective
of linen

lintriculus
lintriculus
noun
a small boat

linum
līnum
noun
flax

lippio
lippiō
verb
to have watery eyes

lippitudo
lippitūdō
noun
blearedness

lippus
lippus
adjective
blear-eyed

liquefacio
liquefaciō
verb
to make liquid

liquens
liquēns
adjective
flowing

liquens
līquēns
adjective
flowing

liqueo
liqueō
verb
to be fluid

liquesco
liquēscō
verb
to become fluid

liquet
liquet
cross-reference

liquido
liquidō
adverb
clearly

liquidus
liquidus
adjective
flowing

liquo
liquō
verb
to make liquid

liquor
liquor
noun
fluidity

liquor
līquor
verb
to be fluid

lis
līs
noun
a strife

litatio
litātiō
noun
a propitiation

litera
lītera
noun
a letter

litera
lītera
cross-reference

literarius
līterārius
adjective
of reading and writing

literate
līterātē
adverb
learnedly

literator
līterātor
noun
a grammarian

literatura
līterātūra
noun
a writing

literatus
līterātus
adjective
lettered

literula
līterula
noun
a little letter

liticen
liticen
noun
a player on the clarion

litigator
lītigātor
noun
a party to a lawsuit

litigiosus
lītigiōsus
adjective
full of disputes

litigo
lītigō
verb
to dispute

lito
litō
verb
to make an acceptable sacrifice

litoralis
lītorālis
adjective
[sea]-shore

litoreus
lītoreus
adjective
[sea]-shore

littera
littera
noun
a letter

litterarius
litterārius
adjective
of reading and writing

litterate
litterātē
adverb
learnedly

litterator
litterātor
noun
a grammarian

litteratura
litterātūra
noun
a writing

litteratus
litterātus
adjective
lettered

litterula
litterula
noun
a little letter

litura
litūra
noun
a smearing on a writing tablet

litus
litus
participle
p. of lino

litus
lītus
noun
the sea-shore

lituus
lituus
noun
a crooked staff borne by an augur

livens
līvēns
adjective
bluish

liveo
līveō
verb
to be black and blue

lividulus
līvidulus
adjective
inclined to envy

lividus
līvidus
adjective
of a leaden color

livor
līvor
noun
a bluish color

lixa
lixa
noun
a sutler

locatio
locātiō
noun
a letting out

locator
locātor
noun
a lessor

locatum
locātum
noun
the subject of a lease

locito
locitō
verb
to let

loco
locō
verb
to place

loculi
loculī
noun
a receptacle with compartments

locum
locum
noun
[plural] places connected

locuples
locuplēs
adjective
rich in lands

locupleto
locuplētō
verb
to make rich

locus
locus
noun
a place

locusta
locusta
noun
a grasshopper

locutio
locūtiō
noun
a speaking

locutus
locūtus
participle
p. of loquor

lodix
lōdīx
noun
a coverlet

logeum
logēum
cross-reference
archives dub

logicum
logicum
noun
logic

logos
logos
noun
a word

logus
logus
noun
a word

loligo
lōlīgō
cross-reference

loligo
lōlīgō
noun
a cuttle-fish

lolium
lolium
noun
darnel

lolligo
lollīgō
noun
a cuttle-fish

longaevus
longaevus
adjective
of great age

longe
longē
adverb
a long way off

longincus
longīncus
adjective
far removed

longinquitas
longinquitās
noun
distance

longinquus
longinquus
adjective
far removed

longitudo
longitūdō
noun
length

longiusculus
longiusculus
adjective
rather long

longule
longulē
adverb
rather far

longulus
longulus
adjective
rather long

longum
longum
adverb
long

longurius
longurius
noun
a long pole

longus
longus
adjective
long

loquacitas
loquācitās
noun
talkativeness

loquaciter
loquāciter
adverb
talkatively

loquax
loquāx
adjective
talkative

loquela
loquēla
noun
speech

loquella
loquella
noun
speech

loquor
loquor
verb
to speak

loquutio
loquūtiō
noun
a speaking

loreola
loreola
noun
a little triumph

lorica
lōrīca
noun
a leather cuirass

loricatus
lōrīcātus
adjective
clothed in mail

loripes
lōripēs
adjective
club-footed

lorum
lōrum
noun
a thong

lotos
lōtos
noun
the African lotus

lotus
lōtus
noun
the African lotus

lotus
lōtus
participle
p. of lavo

lubens
lubēns
adjective
willing

lubens
lubēns
cross-reference

lubenter
lubenter
adverb
willingly

lubenter
lubenter
cross-reference

Lubentina
Lubentīna
noun
a surname of Venus as goddess of pleasure

lubeo
lubeō
verb
to please

lubet
lubet
cross-reference

lubidinose
lubīdinōsē
adverb
at pleasure

lubidinosus
lubīdinōsus
adjective
full of desire

lubido
lubīdō
cross-reference

lubido
lubīdō
noun
pleasure

lubrico
lūbricō
verb
to make slippery

lubricus
lūbricus
adjective
slippery

lucanica
lūcānicā
noun
lucanian sausage

Lucanus
Lūcānus
adjective
of Lucania (a district of Lower Italy)

lucar
lūcar
noun
money paid to actors (orig. proceeds of a forest-tax)

luce
lūce
adverb
by daylight

lucellum
lucellum
noun
a small gain

luceo
lūceō
verb
to be light

Luceres
Lūceres
noun
one of three tribes of free citizens in the old Roman state (see Ramnes

lucerna
lucerna
noun
a lamp

lucesco
lūcēscō
verb
to begin to shine

luci
lūcī
adverb
by daylight

lucide
lūcidē
adverb
clearly

lucidus
lūcidus
adjective
full of light

lucifer
lūcifer
adjective
lightbringing

lucifugus
lūcifugus
adjective
light-shunning

Lucina
Lūcīna
noun
the goddess of childbirth

lucisco
lūcīscō
verb
to begin to shine

lucrativus
lucrātīvus
adjective
attended with gain

lucri facio
lucri faciō
cross-reference

Lucrinensis
Lucrinēnsis
adjective
of the Lucrine Lake

lucror
lucror
verb
to gain

lucrosus
lucrōsus
adjective
gainful

lucrum
lucrum
noun
gain

luctamen
luctāmen
noun
a wrestling

luctans
luctāns
adjective
struggling

luctatio
luctātiō
noun
a wrestling

luctator
luctātor
noun
a wrestler

luctificus
lūctificus
adjective
causing sorrow

luctisonus
lūctisonus
adjective
sad-sounding

lucto
luctō
verb
to wrestle

luctor
luctor
verb
to wrestle

luctuose
lūctuōsē
adverb
lamentably

luctuosus
lūctuōsus
adjective
full of sorrow

luctus
lūctus
noun
sorrow

lucubratio
lūcubrātiō
noun
a working by lamp-light

lucubro
lūcubrō
verb
to work by lamp-light

luculente
lūculentē
adverb
splendidly

luculenter
lūculenter
adverb
very well

luculentus
lūculentus
adjective
full of light

lucumo
lucumō
noun
an Etruscan priest

lucuna
lucūna
noun
a ditch

lucus
lūcus
noun
a sacred grove

lucus
lūcus
noun
light

lucusta
lucusta
noun
a grasshopper

ludia
lūdia
noun
a gladiator's wife

ludibrium
lūdibrium
noun
a mockery

ludibundus
lūdibundus
adjective
playful

ludicer
lūdicer
adjective
belonging to play

ludicrum
lūdicrum
noun
a sport

ludificatio
lūdificātiō
noun
a making game

ludifico
lūdificō
verb
to make game of

ludificor
lūdificor
verb
to mock

ludio
lūdiō
noun
a stage-player

ludius
lūdius
noun
a stage-player

ludo
lūdō
verb
to play

ludus
lūdus
noun
a play

lues
luēs
noun
a plague

lugeo
lūgeō
verb
to mourn

lugubre
lūgubre
adverb
mournfully

lugubris
lūgubris
adjective
of mourning

lumbus
lumbus
noun
a loin

lumen
lūmen
noun
light

luminosus
lūminōsus
adjective
full of light

luna
lūna
noun
the moon

lunaris
lūnāris
adjective
of the moon

lunatus
lūnātus
adjective
half-moon-shaped

Lunensis
Lūnēnsis
adjective
of Luna (a city of Etruria)

luno
lūnō
verb
to bend like a halfmoon

lunter
lunter
noun
a trough

luntriculus
luntriculus
noun
a small boat

luo
luō
verb
to loose

lupa
lupa
noun
a she-wolf

lupanar
lupānar
noun
a house of ill-repute

lupatus
lupātus
adjective
furnished with wolf teeth

Lupercal
Lupercal
noun
a grotto on the Palatine Hill

Lupercus
Lupercus
noun
protector against wolves

lupinus
lupīnus
adjective
of a wolf

lupus
lupus
noun
a wolf

luridus
lūridus
adjective
pale yellow

luscinia
luscinia
noun
a nightingale

luscinius
luscinius
noun
a nightingale

luscus
luscus
adjective
with closed eye

lusio
lūsiō
noun
a playing

lusor
lūsor
noun
one who plays

lustralis
lūstrālis
adjective
of purification

lustratio
lūstrātiō
noun
a purification by sacrifice

lustro
lūstrō
verb
to light up

lustrum
lūstrum
noun
a purificatory sacrifice

lustrum
lustrum
noun
a slough

lusus
lūsus
participle
p. of ludo

lusus
lūsus
noun
a playing

luteolus
lūteolus
adjective
yellowish

luteus
lūteus
adjective
colored with yellowweed

luteus
luteus
adjective
of mud

lutulentus
lutulentus
adjective
muddy

lutum
lutum
noun
mud

lutum
lūtum
noun
a plant yielding a yellow dye

lux
lūx
noun
light

luxuria
lūxuria
noun
luxury

luxuries
lūxuriēs
noun
rankness

luxurior
lūxurior
verb
to wanton

luxurio
lūxuriō
verb
to be rank

luxuriose
lūxuriōsē
adverb
luxuriously

luxuriosus
lūxuriōsus
adjective
rank

luxus
lūxus
noun
excess

lx
lx
adverb
sixty times

LX
LX
adverb
sixty times

Lyaeus
Lyaeus
noun
lyaeus

Lyceum
Lycēum
noun
see Lycium

Lyceum
Lycēum
noun
a gymnasium near Athens

lychnuchus
lychnūchus
noun
a lamp-stand

lychnus
lychnus
noun
a light

Lycium
Lycīum
noun
a gymnasium near Athens

Lycius
Lycius
adjective
of Lycia

lympha
lympha
noun
water

lymphaticus
lymphāticus
adjective
distracted

lymphatus
lymphātus
adjective
distracted

Lynceus
Lyncēus
adjective
of Lynceus (one of the Argonauts)

lyncurion
lyncūrion
noun
lynxstone

lyncurium
lyncūrium
noun
lynxstone

lynx
lynx
noun
a lynx

lyra
lyra
noun
a lute

lyricus
lyricus
adjective
of the lute

 
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