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L
L
noun
l

l
l
noun
l

labarum
labarum
noun
the labarum

labascor
labascor
verb
to totter

labasco
labasco
verb
to totter

labda
labda
noun
a voluptuary

labda
labda
noun
the Greek letter

Labdace
Labdacē
noun
the name of a girl

Labdacida
Labdacida
noun
the Thebans

Labdacides
Labdacidēs
noun
a male descendant of Labdacus

Labdacides
Labdacidēs
noun

labdacismus
labdacismus
noun
labdacism

Labdacius
Labdacius
adjective
of or belonging to

Labdacus
Labdacus
noun
a king of Thebes

labea
labea
noun

labea
labea
noun
a lip

Labeata
Labeāta
noun
a people of Illyria

Labeatis
Labeātis
adjective
of or belonging to the Labeates

Labeats
Labeāts
noun
a people of Illyria

labecula
lābēcula
noun
a slight stain or disgrace

labefacio
labefaciō
verb
to cause to totter

labefactatio
labefactātiō
noun
a shaking

labefacto
labefactō
verb
to cause to totter

labefactus
labefactus
adjective

labefio
labefīō
verb
to cause to totter

labellum
labellum
noun
a little lip

labellum
labellum
noun
a small water-vessel

labeo
labeō
noun
amplif

Labeo
Labeō
noun
a surname

labeosus
labeōsus
adjective
having large lips

Laberianus
Laberiānus
adjective
of or belonging to

Laberius
Laberius
adjective
name of a Roman

labes
lābēs
noun
a spot

labes
lābēs
noun
a fall

labia
labia
noun
a lip

Labicanus
Labīcānus
noun
the territory of Labicum

Labicanus
Labīcānus
noun
the inhabitants of Labicum

Labicanus
Labīcānus
cross-reference
of or belonging to Labicum

Labicum
Labīcum
noun
a town of Latium

Labicus
Labīcus
noun
a town of Latium

Labicus
Labīcus
noun
the inhabitants of Labicum

labidus
lābidus
adjective
where one is apt to fall

Labienianus
Labiēniānus
adjective
of Labienus

Labienus
Labiēnus
noun
the name of several Romans

labilis
lābilis
adjective
Slipping

labiliter
lābiliter
adverb
adv.

labina
lābīna
noun
a slippery place

labio
labiō
noun
having large lips

labiosus
labiōsus
cross-reference

labium
labium
noun
a lip

labium
labium
noun

labor
lābor
verb
to move gently along a smooth surface

labo
labō
verb
to totter

labor
labor
noun
labor

laboratio
labōrātiō
noun
labor

laboratus
labōrātus
noun
labor

laboratus
labōrātus
adjective
Labored

Laboria
Labōria
noun

Laboria
Labōria
noun
a district in Campania

Laboriani campus
Labōriāni campus
noun
a district in Campania

laborifer
labōrifer
adjective
labor-bearing

Laborinus campus
Labōrīnus campus
noun
a district in Campania

laboriose
labōriōsē
adverb
laboriously

laboriosus
labōriōsus
adjective
full of labor

laboro
labōrō
verb
To suffer

labos
labos
noun

labos
labos
noun
labor

Labos
Labos
noun
toil

labosus
labōsus
adjective
laborious

Labradius
Labradius
noun
a surname of Jupiter

Labrandius
Labrandius
noun
a surname of Jupiter

labratum
labratum
cross-reference

Labrayndus
Labrayndus
noun
a surname of Jupiter

Labro
Labrō
noun
a seaport in Etruria

labros
lābros
cross-reference
A fish

Labros
Lābros
cross-reference
the name of a dog

labrosus
labrōsus
adjective
with large lips

labrum
lābrum
noun
a basin

labrum
labrum
noun
a lip

labrum
lābrum
noun
a lip

labrus
lābrus
cross-reference
A fish

labrus
lābrus
noun

labrusca
lābrusca
noun
the wild vine

labruscum
lābruscum
noun
the fruit of the

labundus
lābundus
adjective
falling

laburnum
laburnum
noun
the broad-leaved beantrefoil

labyrintheus
labyrinthēus
adjective
of or belonging to a labyrinth

labyrinthicus
labyrinthicus
adjective
of a labyrinth

labyrinthus
labyrinthus
noun
a labyrinth

lac
lac
noun
milk

Lacaena
Lacaena
noun
Spartan

lacca
lacca
noun
A swelling on the shinbone of draught-cattle

laccar
laccar
noun
a plant

Lacedaemo
Lacedaemō
noun
the city of Lacedaemon or Sparta

Lacedaemon
Lacedaemōn
noun
the city of Lacedaemon or Sparta

Lacedaemon
Lacedaemon
noun
the city of Lacedaemon or Sparta

Lacedaemonis
Lacedaemonis
noun
the Lacedaemonians

Lacedaemonius
Lacedaemonius
noun
the Lacedaemonians

Lacedaemonius
Lacedaemonius
adjective
Lacedaemonian

Lacedaemonus
Lacedaemonus
adjective
Lacedaemonian

lacer
lacer
adjective
mangled

lacerabilis
lacerābilis
adjective
that can be easily lacerated or torn to pieces

laceratio
lacerātiō
noun
a tearing

lacerator
lacerātor
noun
a mangler

laceratrix
lacerātrix
noun
she that lacerates

Lacerna
Lacerna
noun
the name of a rich charioteer

lacerna
lacerna
noun
a kind of cloak which the Romans wore over the toga on journeys

lacernatus
lacernātus
adjective
wearing a

lacernula
lacernula
noun
a small

lacero
lacerō
verb
to tear to pieces

lacerta
lacerta
noun
A lizard

lacertosus
lacertōsus
adjective
muscular

lacertulus
lacertulus
noun
a little arm

lacertus
lacertus
noun
the muscular part of the arm

lacertus
lacertus
noun
A lizard

lacerus
lacerus
adjective
mangled

lacessitio
lacessītiō
noun
an exciting

lacessitor
lacessītor
noun
a provoker

lacessitus
lacessītus
adjective

lacesso
lacessō
verb
to excite

Lacetania
Lacetānia
noun
the country of the

Lacetanus
Lacetānus
noun
a people of

lachanisso
lachanissō
verb
to be weak

lachanizo
lachanīzō
verb
to be weak

Laches
Lachēs
noun
name of an old man

Lachesis
Lachesis
noun
one of the three Fates

lachrima
lachrima
cross-reference

Laciades
Laciadēs
noun
one belonging to the Lacian demos

lacinia
lacinia
noun
the lappet

laciniatim
laciniātim
adverb
piecemeal

laciniose
laciniōsē
adverb
like lappets

laciniosus
laciniōsus
adjective
full of folds

Lacinium
Lacīnium
noun
a promontory in Magna Graecia

Lacinius
Lacīnius
adjective
of or belonging to Lacinium

lacio
laciō
verb
to entice

Laco
Lacō
noun
a Laconian

Laco
Laco
noun
a Laconian

Lacobriga
Lacobriga
noun
a town of Lusitania

Lacobrigensis
Lacobrigensis
noun
the inhabitants of Lacobriga

Lacon
Lacōn
noun
a Laconian

Laconia
Lacōnia
noun
a country of the Peloponnesus

Laconica
Lacōnica
noun
Lacedaemon

Laconice
Lacōnicē
noun

Laconicum
Lacōnicum
noun
a sweating-room

Laconicus
Lacōnicus
noun

Laconis
Lacōnis
noun
the Laconians

Laconis
Lacōnis
noun
Laconian

lacotomus
lacotomus
noun
a straight line which cuts the equator

lacrima
lācrima
noun
a tear

lacrima
lacrima
noun
a tear

lacrimabilis
lacrimābilis
adjective
Worthy of tears

lacrimabiliter
lacrimābiliter
adverb
with tears

lacrimabundus
lacrimābundus
adjective
bursting into tears

lacrimatio
lacrimātiō
noun
a weeping

lacrimor
lacrimor
verb
to shed tears

lacrimor
lācrimor
verb
to shed tears

lacrimor
lacrimor
verb
to shed tears

lacrimola
lacrimola
noun
a little tear

lacrimose
lacrimōsē
adverb
with tears

lacrimosus
lacrimōsus
adjective
full of tears

lacrimula
lacrimula
noun
a little tear

lacruma
lacruma
cross-reference

lacruma
lacruma
noun
a tear

lacrumabilis
lacrumābilis
adjective
Worthy of tears

lacrumabundus
lacrumābundus
adjective
bursting into tears

lacrumatio
lacrumātiō
noun
a weeping

lacrumor
lacrumor
verb
to shed tears

lacrumosus
lacrumōsus
adjective
full of tears

lacryma
lacryma
cross-reference

lacrymosus
lacrymōsus
adjective
full of tears

lact
lact
noun
milk

lacta
lacta
noun
a kind of cassia

lactaneus
lactāneus
adjective
milk-like

lactans
lactans
participle
P

lactans
lactans
noun
milky food

Lactans
Lactans
noun
the god of milky growth in corn

Lactantius
Lactantius
noun
a celebrated father of the Church in the beginning of the fourth century of the Christian era

lactaris
lactāris
adjective
suckling

lactarium
lactārium
noun
milkfood

lactarius
lactārius
noun
a preparer of milk-food

lactarius
lactārius
adjective
of or belonging to milk

lactatum
lactātum
noun
a drink made of milk

lacte
lacte
noun
milk

lacte
lactē
adverb

lactens
lactens
noun
milk-food

lacteo
lacteō
verb
To suck milk

lacteolus
lacteolus
adjective
white as milk

lacteris
lacteris
noun
a plant

lactesco
lactescō
verb
To turn to milk

lacteus
lacteus
adjective
Of milk

lacticinia
lacticīnia
cross-reference

lacticinium
lacticīnium
noun
milk-food

lacticolor
lacticolor
noun
milkcolored

lacticularius
lacticulārius
cross-reference
deprived of milk

lacticulosus
lacticulōsus
cross-reference
deprived of milk

lactidiacus
lactidiacus
cross-reference

lactifer
lactifer
adjective
milk-bringing

lactilago
lactilāgō
noun
a plant

lactineus
lactineus
adjective
milk-colored

lactis
lactis
noun

lactito
lactitō
verb
to give suck

lacto
lactō
verb
To contain milk

lacto
lactō
verb
to allure

lactoris
lactoris
noun
a kind of milky plant

lactosus
lactōsus
cross-reference
milk-like

lacts
lacts
noun
the intestines

lactuca
lactūca
noun
Lettuce

lactucarius
lactūcārius
noun
a dealer in lettuce

Lactucinus
Lactūcīnus
noun
a Roman surname in the

lactucosus
lactūcōsus
adjective
full of lettuce

lactucula
lactūcula
noun
a small

Lacturcia
Lacturcia
noun
a goddess who presided over the corn swelling with milk

Lacturnus
Lacturnus
cross-reference

laculatus
laculātus
adjective
four-cornered

lacuna
lacūna
noun
a ditch

lacunar
lacūnar
noun
a wainscoted and gilded ceiling

lacunarium
lacūnārium
noun

lacunarium
lacūnārium
noun
panels of the under surface of a cornice

lacunarium
lacūnārium
noun
a wainscoted and gilded ceiling

lacunarius
lacūnārius
noun
a gravedigger

lacunatura
lacūnātūra
noun

lacunatura
lacūnātūra
noun
a ditch

lacuno
lacūnō
verb
To hollow out

lacunosus
lacūnōsus
adjective
Full of holes

lacuo
lacuō
verb
to adorn with a panelled or fretted ceiling

lacus
lacus
noun
a basin

lacus
lacus
cross-reference
a small lake in Etruria

Lacus Albanus
Lacus Albānus
expression
a deep lake in Latium

lacusculus
lacusculus
noun
A little lake

Lacus Triviae
Lacus Triviae
expression
a lake in Latium

lacuturris
lacuturris
noun
a kind of cabbage

Lacydes
Lacydēs
noun
an Academician of Cyrene

Lacydon
Lacydon
noun
the name of the port of Marseilles

lada
lāda
noun
a shrub in Cyprus from which a

ladanum
lādanum
noun
the resinous juice obtained from the shrub

Ladas
Lādās
noun
a runner of Alexander the Great

Ladon
Lādōn
noun
A river of Arcadia which flows into the Alphe_us

Laeana
Laeāna
noun
a town of Arabia

Laeanita
Laeānīta
noun
an inhabitant thereof

Laeaniticus
Laeānīticus
adjective

Laeca
Laeca
noun
a Roman surname

laecasin
laecasin
cross-reference
go to

laedo
laedō
verb
to hurt

Laelaps
Laelaps
noun
name of a dog

Laelia
Laelia
noun
daughter of C. Laelius

Laelianus
Laeliānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Laelius

Laelius
Laelius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

laena
laena
noun
a lined upper garment

Laenas
Laenas
adjective
a surname in the gens Popilia

laeotomus
laeotomus
noun
the chord of a segment of a circle

Laertes
Lāertēs
noun
the father of Ulysses

Laertiades
Lāertiadēs
noun
a male descendant of Laertes: his son Ulysses

Laertius
Lāertius
adjective
of or belonging to Laertes

Laertius
Lāertius
adjective
An inhabitant of Laertes

laesio
laesiō
noun
a hurting

Laestrygon
Laestrȳgon
noun
an ancient people of Italy

Laestrygonis
Laestrȳgonis
noun
an ancient people of Italy

Laestrygonius
Laestrȳgonius
adjective
of or belonging to the Laestrygonians

laesura
laesūra
noun
a hurting

laesus
laesus
adjective

laetabilis
laetābilis
adjective
joyful

laetabundus
laetābundus
adjective
greatly rejoicing

laetamen
laetāmen
noun
dung

laetans
laetans
adjective

laetans
laetans
adjective
P. a.

laetanter
laetanter
adverb
with joy

laetatio
laetātiō
noun
rejoicing

laete
laetē
adverb
joyfully

laeticulosus
laeticulōsus
adjective
too joyful

laeticus
laeticus
adjective
of or belonging to a

laeticus
laeticus
adjective

laetificans
laetificans
adjective
rejoicing

laetifico
laetificō
verb
to cheer

laetificum
laetificum
noun
joyful news

laetificus
laetificus
adjective
making glad

laetisco
laetiscō
verb
to rejoice

laetitia
laetitia
noun
joy

laetitudo
laetitūdō
noun
joy

laeto
laetō
verb
to make joyful

laetor
laetor
verb
to rejoice

Laetorius
Laetōrius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

laetum
laetum
noun

laetum
laetum
noun
the land so cultivated

laetus
laetus
adjective
joyful

laetus
laetus
noun
a foreign bondman who received a piece of land to cultivate

laeva
laeva
noun
the left hand

laeva
laeva
noun
The left hand

laevatus
laevātus
adverb

laeve
laevē
adverb
awkwardly

Laevianus
Laeviānus
adjective
of or belonging to the poet Laevius

laevigatio
laevigātiō
cross-reference

laevigator
laevigātor
cross-reference

Laevinus
Laevīnus
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Valeria

laevis
laevis
adjective
smooth

laevitas
laevitās
noun
smoothness

laevitudo
laevitūdō
noun
smoothness

Laevius
Laevius
noun
a Roman poet of the ante-classical period

laevo
laevō
verb
to make smooth

laevor
laevor
noun
smoothness

laevorsum
laevorsum
adverb
on the left hand

laevorsus
laevorsus
adverb
on the left hand

laevum
laevum
noun
places lying on the left

Laevus
Laevus
noun
the Laevi

laevus
laevus
adjective
left

lagaena
lagaena
noun

lagaena
lagaena
noun
a large earthen vessel with a neck and handles

laganum
laganum
noun
a kind of cake made of flour and oil

Lagarinum
Lagarīnum
noun
a kind of wine

lagena
lagēna
noun
a large earthen vessel with a neck and handles

lageos
lagēos
noun
a Greek species of vine

lageos
lagēos
adjective

Lageus
Lāgēus
adjective

Lageus
Lāgēus
adjective
of or belonging to Lagus

lago
lagō
noun
a plant

lagoena
lagoena
noun
a large earthen vessel with a neck and handles

lagoena
lagoena
noun

lagois
lagōis
noun
a kind of bird

Lagon
Lāgōn
noun
name of a boy

lagona
lagōna
noun
a large earthen vessel with a neck and handles

lagona
lagōna
cross-reference

lagonoponos
lagonoponos
cross-reference

lagophthalmos
lagophthalmos
noun
a person afflicted with a disease of the eye

lagopus
lagōpūs
noun
hare'sfoot

Lagos
Lagos
noun
a city in Great Phrygia

laguncula
laguncula
noun
a small flask

laguncularis
lagunculāris
adjective
of or belonging to a small bottle

lagunculus
lagunculus
noun
a kind of pastry

Lagus
Lāgus
noun
the father of Ptolemy I. king of Egypt

Laiades
Lāiadēs
noun
a male descendant of Laius

Laiades
Lāiadēs
noun

laicus
lāicus
adjective
of or belonging to the people or laity

laicus
lāicus
noun
a layman

Lais
Lāis
noun
the name of two courtesans of Corinth celebrated for their beauty

Laius
Lāius
noun
son of Labdacus

Lajus
Lajus
noun
son of Labdacus

Lalage
Lalagē
noun
the name of a girl

Laletania
Lalētānia
noun
a region in

Laletanus
Lalētānus
adjective
of or belonging to Laletania

Laletanus
Lalētānus
noun
inhabitants of Laletania

lalisio
lālīsiō
noun
the foal of a wild ass

lallo
lallō
verb
to sing lalla or lullaby

lallum
lallum
noun
a singing lalla or lullaby

lallus
lallus
noun
a singing lalla or lullaby

lama
lāma
noun
slough

lambdacismus
lambdacismus
noun

lambero
lamberō
verb
to tear to pieces

lambito
lambitō
verb
to lick

lambitus
lambitus
noun
a licking

lambo
lambō
verb
to lick

Lambrica
Lambrīca
noun
a town in

Lambrus
Lambrus
noun
a small river in northern Italy

lamella
lāmella
noun
a small plate of metal

lamellula
lāmellula
noun
a small plate of metal

lamenta
lāmenta
noun

lamentabilis
lāmentābilis
adjective
mournful

lamentarius
lāmentārius
adjective
mournful

lamentatio
lāmentātiō
noun
a wailing

lamentator
lāmentātor
cross-reference

lamentatrix
lāmentātrix
noun
she who bewails

lamento
lāmentō
verb

lamentor
lāmentor
verb
to wail

lamentum
lāmentum
noun
a wailing

lamia
lamia
noun
A witch

Lamia
Lamia
noun
a surname in the gens Aelia

Lamia
Lamia
noun
a city in Phthiotis

Lamianus
Lamiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Lamia

lamina
lāmina
noun
a thin piece of metal

lamium
lāmium
noun
dead-nettle

lammina
lammina
noun
a thin piece of metal

lamna
lamna
noun
a thin piece of metal

lamnula
lamnula
noun
a little plate of metal

lampabilis
lampābilis
adjective
shining

lampada
lampada
cross-reference

lampada
lampada
noun
a light

lampadarius
lampadārius
noun
a lampbearer

lampadias
lampadiās
noun
a comet resembling a blazing torch

Lampadio
Lampadiō
noun
the name of a slave

Lampadiscus
Lampadiscus
noun
the name of a slave

lampado
lampadō
noun

lampas
lampas
noun
a light

Lampea
Lampēa
noun
a town in Arcadia

Lampetie
Lampetiē
noun
a daughter of the sun-god and sister of Phaethon

lampetra
lampetra
cross-reference
the lamprey

Lampia
Lampīa
noun
a town in Arcadia

lampo
lampō
verb
to shine

Lampon
Lampōn
noun
the name of a horse

Lampridius
Lampridius
noun
a Roman historiographer

Lampsacenus
Lampsacēnus
adjective
of or belonging to Lampsacum

Lampsacenus
Lampsacēnus
noun
the inhabitants of Lampsacum

Lampsacius
Lampsacius
adjective
of or belonging to Lampsacum

Lampsacos
Lampsacos
noun
a city of Mysia

Lampsacum
Lampsacum
noun
a city of Mysia

Lampsacus
Lampsacus
noun
a city of Mysia

lampsana
lampsana
noun
an edible plant

lampsana
lampsana
cross-reference

Lampus
Lampus
noun
One of Actaeon's hounds

lampyris
lampȳris
noun
a glowworm

Lamus
Lamus
noun
A mythic king of the Laestrygonians

lamyrus
lamyrus
noun
a seafish

lana
lāna
noun
wool

lanaria
lānāria
noun
a wool-factory

lanaris
lānāris
adjective
woolly

Lanarius
Lānārius
noun
the surname of

lanarius
lānārius
noun
a worker in wool

lanarius
lānārius
adjective
of or belonging to wool

lanata
lānāta
noun
wool-bearers

Lanatus
Lānātus
noun
a surname in the gens Menenia

lanatus
lānātus
adjective
furnished with wool

lancea
lancea
noun
a light spear

lancearius
lanceārius
noun
a lancer

lancearius
lanceārius
cross-reference

lanceatus
lanceātus
adjective
made into a lance

lanceo
lanceō
verb
to wield or handle a lance

lanceola
lanceola
noun
a small lance

lanceolatus
lanceolātus
adjective
armed with a little lance or point

lances
lances
cross-reference

Lancia
Lancia
noun
a city of

lanciarius
lanciārius
noun
a lancer

lancicula
lancicula
noun
a small dish or platter

Lancienses
Lancienses
noun
whose inhabitants were called

Lanciensis
Lanciensis
noun
the inhabitants of Lancia

lancinator
lancinātor
noun
one that tears to pieces

lancino
lancinō
verb
to tear to pieces

lanciola
lanciola
cross-reference

lanciola
lanciola
noun
a small lance

lancula
lancula
noun
a small balance

landica
landica
cross-reference

lanerum
lanerum
cross-reference

lanestris
lānestris
adjective
woollen

laneus
lāneus
adjective
woollen

langa
langa
noun
a kind of lizard

Langobardus
Langobardus
noun
a people of northern Germany

languefacio
languefaciō
verb
to make faint

languens
languens
adjective
P. a.

langueo
langueō
verb
to be faint

languesco
languescō
verb
to become faint

languide
languidē
adverb
in a languid manner

languidulus
languidulus
adjective
withered

languidus
languidus
adjective
faint

languidus
languidus
noun
the sick man

languificus
languificus
adjective
that makes faint or feeble

langula
langula
cross-reference

langula
langula
noun
a small balance

languor
languor
noun
faintness

languria
langūria
noun
a kind of lizard

langurium
langūrium
noun
a kind of amber

laniamentum
laniāmentum
noun
a tearing to pieces

laniarius
laniārius
adjective
pertaining to a butcher

laniarius
laniārius
noun
a butcher

laniatio
laniātiō
noun
a tearing in pieces

laniator
laniātor
cross-reference
a butcher

laniatorium
laniātōrium
cross-reference
a butcher's stall

laniatus
laniātus
noun
a tearing in pieces

lanicia
lānicia
noun

lanicia
lānicia
noun
wool

lanicies
lāniciēs
noun

lanicies
lāniciēs
noun
wool

lanicium
lānicium
noun
wool

lanicius
lānicius
adjective
of wool

laniciutia
lāniciutia
noun
wool

laniciuties
lāniciutiēs
noun
wool

laniciutium
lāniciutium
noun
wool

lanicutis
lānicutis
adjective
woollyskinned

laniena
lāniēna
noun

lanienus
lāniēnus
adjective
of a butcher

lanifer
lānifer
adjective
wool-bearing

lanifica
lānifica
noun
a wool-spinner

lanificium
lānificium
noun
the working of wool

lanificus
lānificus
adjective
wool-working

laniger
lāniger
adjective
wool-bearing

laniger
lāniger
noun
a ram

lanigera
lānigera
noun
a lamb

lanilutor
lānilūtor
cross-reference

lanio
laniō
verb
to tear or rend in pieces

lanio
laniō
noun
a butcher

laniolum
laniolum
noun
a little butcher's stall

lanionius
laniōnius
adjective
of or belonging to a butcher

lanipendens
lānipendens
cross-reference
one who weighs out wool for spinning

lanipendia
lānipendia
noun

lanipendium
lānipendium
noun
the distribution of wool

lanipendius
lānipendius
adjective
that weighs out wool

lanipendus
lānipendus
adjective
that weighs out wool

lanipes
lānipēs
noun
with wool on the feet

lanista
lanista
noun
a trainer of gladiators

lanistatura
lanistātūra
noun
the profession of a

lanisticius
lanistīcius
adjective
of or belonging to a trainer of gladiators

lanitia
lānitia
cross-reference

lanities
lānitiēs
cross-reference

lanitium
lānitium
cross-reference

lanius
lanius
noun
a butcher

Lanivinus
Lānivīnus
adjective

Lanivium
Lanivium
noun
a town of Latium

Lanivium
Lānivium
adjective

lannae
lannaē
adverb
ear-flaps

lano
lānō
cross-reference
to bear or wear wool

lanoculus
lānoculus
cross-reference

lanositas
lānōsitās
noun
woolliness

lanosus
lānōsus
adjective
full of wool

lanterna
lanterna
noun
a lantern

lanternarius
lanternārius
noun
a lantern-bearer

lanugineus
lānūgineus
adjective
woolly

lanugino
lānūginō
verb
to be of wool

lanuginosus
lānūginōsus
adjective
woolly

lanugo
lānūgō
noun
woolly substance

lanula
lānula
noun
a little wool

Lanuvinum
Lānuvīnum
noun
an estate at Lanuvium

Lanuvinus
Lānuvīnus
noun
inhabitants of Lanuvium

Lanuvinus (Laniv
Lānuvīnus (Lāniv
prefix
of or belonging to Lanuvium

Lanuvium
Lānuvium
noun
a town of Latium

lanx
lanx
noun
a plate

Laocoon
Lāocoōn
noun
a son of Priam and Hecaba

Laodamia
Lāodamīa
noun
a daughter of Acastus

Laodice
Lāodicē
noun
A daughter of Priam

Laodicea
Lāodicēa
noun
the name of several cities

Laodicensis
Lāodicensis
adjective
of or belonging to Laodicea

Laodicenus
Lāodicēnus
noun
inhabitants of Laodicea

Laodicia
Lāodicīa
cross-reference
In Phrygia Major

Laomedon
Lāomedōn
noun
the father of Priam and Ganymede

Laomedonteus
Lāomedontēus
adjective
of or belonging to Laomedon

Laomedontiada
Lāomedontiada
noun
Trojans

Laomedontiades
Lāomedontiadēs
noun
a male descendant of Laomedon

Laomedontius
Lāomedontius
adjective
of or belonging to Laomedon

lapathium
lapathium
noun

lapathium
lapathium
noun
sorrel

lapathum
lapathum
noun
sorrel

Lapathus
Lapathus
noun
a fort or castle in Thessaly

lapathus
lapathus
noun
sorrel

lapicida
lapicīda
noun
a quarryman

lapicidina
lapicīdīna
noun
stone-quarries

lapicidinarius
lapicīdīnārius
noun
a superintendent of stone-quarries

Lapicinus
Lapicīnus
noun
a people of Liguria

lapidaris
lapidāris
adjective
of stone

lapidarius
lapidārius
noun
a stonecutter

lapidarius
lapidārius
adjective
of or belonging to stones

lapidatio
lapidātiō
noun
a throwing of stones

lapidator
lapidātor
noun
a stoner

lapidesco
lapidescō
verb
to become stone

lapideus
lapideus
adjective
Of stone

lapidicaesor
lapidicaesor
noun
a stone-cutter

lapidicida
lapidicīda
noun
a quarryman

lapidicina
lapidicīna
noun
stone-quarries

lapidicinarius
lapidicīnārius
noun
a superintendent of stone-quarries

lapido
lapidō
verb
to throw stones at

lapidositas
lapidōsitās
noun
a stony hardness

lapidosus
lapidōsus
adjective
full of stones

lapillesco
lapillescō
verb
to become stone

lapillisco
lapilliscō
verb
to become stone

lapillulus
lapillulus
noun
a very little stone

lapillus
lapillus
noun
a little stone

lapio
lapiō
verb
to turn into stone

lapis
lapis
noun
Parian stone

Lapis Albanus
Lapis Albānus
expression
the kind of stone hewn from Mount Alba

Lapitha
Lapitha
noun
the Lapithae

Lapitha
Lapitha
noun
a Lapitha

Lapithaeus
Lapithaeus
adjective
of or belonging to the Lapithae

Lapitheius
Lapithēius
adjective
of the Lapithae

Lapithes
Lapithēs
noun
a Lapitha

Lapithonius
Lapithōnius
adjective
of the Lapithae

Lappa
Lappa
noun
a Roman surname

lappa
lappa
noun
a bur

lappaceus
lappāceus
adjective
burshaped

lappago
lappāgō
noun
a plant resembling a bur

Laprius
Laprius
noun
a surname of Jupiter

lapsana
lapsana
noun
an edible plant

lapsanium
lapsanium
noun
an edible plant

lapsilis
lapsilis
cross-reference
slippery

lapsio
lapsiō
noun
a sliding

lapso
lapsō
verb
to slip

lapsus
lapsus
adjective
ruined

lapsus
lapsus
noun
a falling

lapsus
lapsus
adjective

laquear
laquear
noun
a panelled or fretted ceiling

laqueare
laqueāre
noun
a panelled or fretted ceiling

laquearium
laqueārium
noun

laquearium
laqueārium
noun
a panelled or fretted ceiling

laquearius
laqueārius
noun
one that makes panelled ceilings

laqueator
laqueātor
noun
an ensnarer

laqueatus
laqueātus
adjective

laqueatus
laqueātus
adjective

laqueo
laqueō
verb
to noose

laqueo
laqueō
verb
to adorn with a panelled or fretted ceiling

laqueus
laqueus
noun
a noose

Lar
Lār
noun

Lar
Lar
noun
the tutelar deities of a house

Lar
Lār
noun
a praenomen of Etruscan origin

Lara
Lara
noun
daughter of the river-god Almo

Larale
Larāle
noun
a festival in honor of the Lares

lararium
larārium
noun
a part of the interior of a Roman house

larbason
larbason
noun
antimony

Larcius
Larcius
noun

lardarius
lardārius
noun
a pork-butcher

lardum
lardum
noun
the fat of bacon

Larentale
Lārentāle
noun
the festival celebrated in honor of Larentia

Larentia
Lārentia
noun
the wife of Faustulus

Larentia
Lārentia
noun
the wife of the shepherd Faustulus

Larentina
Lārentīna
noun
the wife of Faustulus

Larentinal
Lārentīnal
cross-reference

Lares
Lares
noun
tutelar deities

Larga
Larga
noun
the name of a woman of bad repute

large
largē
adverb
abundantly

Largianus
Largiānus
adjective

Largianus
Largiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Largus

largificus
largificus
adjective
bountiful

largifluus
largifluus
adjective
flowing copiously

largiloquus
largiloquus
adjective
talking copiously

largimentum
largīmentum
noun
bounty

largior
largior
verb
to give bountifully

largio
largiō
verb
act. imp

largio
largiō
verb

largitas
largitās
noun
abundance

largiter
largiter
adverb
largely

largitio
largītiō
noun
a giving freely

largitionalis
largītiōnālis
adjective
of or belonging to the imperial treasury

largitionalis
largītiōnālis
noun
a treasury-officer

largitor
largītor
verb

largitor
largītor
noun
a liberal giver

largitudo
largitūdō
noun
liberality

largitus
largītus
adjective

largitus
largītus
adjective

largitus
largitus
adverb

largitus
largitus
participle
copiously

largiusculus
largiusculus
adjective
rather copious

largus
largus
adjective
abundant

Largus
Largus
noun
a Roman surname

larida
lārida
noun
the fat of bacon

laridum
lāridum
noun
the fat of bacon

larifuga
larifuga
noun
a vagabond

larignus
larignus
adjective
of the larch-tree

Larinas
Lārīnas
adjective
of or belonging to the town of Larinum

Larinats
Lārīnāts
noun
inhabitants of Larinum

Larinum
Lārīnum
noun
a town of Samnium

larinus
larinus
cross-reference

Larissa
Lārissa
noun
the name of several cities

Larissaeus
Lārissaeus
noun
inhabitants of Larissa

Larissaeus
Lārissaeus
adjective
of or belonging to the town of Larissa

Larissensis
Lārissensis
noun
the inhabitants of Larissa

Larissus
Larissus
noun
a river in Achaia

Larisus
Larīsus
noun
a river in Achaia

Larius
Lārius
adjective
of Larius

Larius
Lārius
noun
a lake in

larix
larix
noun
a larch

Laronia
Larōnia
noun
a female name

laros
laros
noun

laros
laros
noun
a ravenous sea-bird

Lars
Lars
noun

Lars
Lars
noun
a city in Numidia

Lars
Lars
noun
a praenomen of Etruscan origin

Lartidius
Lartidius
noun
an imitator of Ulysses

larua
lārua
noun
a ghost

larualis
laruālis
adjective
like a ghost

laruatus
laruātus
adjective
bewitched

laruatus
laruātus
verb
to bewitch

Larunda
Larunda
noun
daughter of the river-god Almo

Larunda
Larunda
noun

larus
larus
noun
a ravenous sea-bird

larva
larva
noun
a ghost

larvalis
larvālis
adjective
like a ghost

larvans
larvans
noun
an enchanter

larvialis
larviālis
cross-reference

larvo
larvo
verb
to bewitch

Larymna
Larymna
noun
the name of a small town in Baeotia

lasanum
lasanum
noun
a utensil

lasar
lāsar
noun
the juice of the plant

lasar
lasar
cross-reference

lasarpicifer
lasarpīcifer
adjective
bearing or producing assafaetida

lasarpicium
lāsarpīcium
noun
a plant

lascive
lascīvē
adverb
wantonly

lascivia
lascīvia
noun
sportiveness

lascivibundus
lascīvībundus
adjective
wanton

lascivio
lascīviō
verb
to be wanton

lascivitas
lascīvitās
noun
wantonness

lasciviter
lascīviter
adverb
wantonly

lascivulus
lascīvulus
adjective
a little or somewhat wanton

lascivus
lascīvus
adjective
wanton

laser
lāser
noun
the juice of the plant

laseratum
lāserātum
noun
a condiment made from

laseratum
lāserātum
noun

laseratus
lāserātus
adjective
flavored with

laserpiciarius
lāserpīciārius
adjective
of or belonging to

laserpiciatus
lāserpīciātus
adjective
prepared or flavored with

laserpicifer
laserpīcifer
adjective
bearing or producing assafaetida

laserpicium
lāserpīcium
noun
a plant

Lases
Lases
noun
tutelar deities

Lases
Lases
noun

Lasia
Lasia
noun
a name of the island of Lesbos

lassesco
lassescō
verb
to become tired

lassitudo
lassitūdō
noun
faintness

lasso
lassō
verb
to render faint or languid

lassulus
lassulus
adjective
somewhat wearied

lassus
lassus
adjective
faint

lastaurus
lastaurus
noun
a lewd person

latace
latacē
noun
a magic herb

late
lātē
adverb
broadly

latebra
latebra
noun
a hiding-place

latebra
latēbra
noun
a hiding-place

latebricola
latēbricola
noun
one who dwells in lurking-places or brothels

latebricola
latebricola
noun
one who dwells in lurking-places or brothels

latebrose
latēbrōsē
adverb
in a lurkingplace

latebrose
latebrōsē
adverb
in a lurkingplace

latebrosus
latēbrōsus
adjective
full of lurking-holes or coverts

latebrosus
latebrōsus
adjective
full of lurking-holes or coverts

latens
latens
adjective

latens
latens
adjective
P. a.

latenter
latenter
adverb
in secret

latenter
latenter
adverb
P. a. fin

lateo
lateō
verb
to lurk

later
later
noun
a brick

laterale
laterāle
noun
saddle-bags

lateralis
laterālis
adjective
of or belonging to the side

lateramen
laterāmen
noun
any thing made like bricks

Lateranus
Laterānus
noun
the god of the hearth

Lateranus
Laterānus
adjective
a family name in the gens Claudia

laterare
laterāre
noun
side-beams

lateraria
laterāria
noun
a brickkiln

laterarius
laterārius
noun
a brickmaker

laterarius
laterārius
adjective
of or belonging to the sides

laterarius
laterārius
adjective
of or pertaining to bricks

laterculensis
laterculensis
noun
one who keeps the register of offices

laterculum
laterculum
noun
a register of all the offices and dignities in the Roman empire

laterculus
laterculus
noun
A small brick or tile

laterensis
laterensis
adjective
of

Laterensis
Laterensis
noun
a Roman surname in the

laterensis
laterensis
noun
an attendant

laterianum
lateriānum
noun
a good sort of pears

latericium
laterīcium
noun
brickwork

latericius
laterīcius
adjective
made or consisting of bricks

latericulus
latericulus
noun
A small brick or tile

laterina
laterīna
noun
a brickkiln

laterisianum
laterīsiānum
noun
a good sort of pears

lateritanum
lateritānum
noun
a good sort of pears

lateritianum
lateritiānum
noun
a good sort of pears

lateritius
laterītius
cross-reference

lateritius
laterītius
adjective
made or consisting of bricks

Laterium
Laterium
noun
a villa of Q. Cicero in Arpinum

laterna
lāterna
cross-reference

laterna
lāterna
noun
a lantern

latesco
latescō
verb
to hide one's self

latesco
lātescō
verb
to grow broad

latet
latet
cross-reference

latex
latex
noun
a liquid

lathyr
lāthyr
noun
a plant

lathyris
lathyris
noun
a plant

lathyros
lathyros
noun
a plant

Latialis
Latiālis
adjective
of or belonging to Latium

Latialiter
Latiāliter
adverb
in the Latin manner

Latiar
Latiar
adjective
of or belonging to Latium

Latiar
Latiar
noun
the festival of Jupiter Latiaris

Latiaris
Latiāris
adjective
of or belonging to Latium

Latiariter
Latiāriter
adverb
in the Latin manner

latibulor
latibulor
verb
to be concealed

latibulum
latibulum
noun
a hiding-place

laticlavialis
lāticlāviālis
adjective

laticlavium
lāticlāvium
noun
a broad purple stripe on the tunic

laticlavium
lāticlāvium
noun

laticlavius
lāticlāvius
noun
one entitled to wear the

laticlavius
lāticlāvius
adjective
having a broad purple stripe

laticlavus
lāticlāvus
noun
a broad stripe on the toga

latifico
lātificō
cross-reference
to make wide

latifolius
lātifolius
adjective
broad-leaved

latifundium
lātifundium
noun
a large landed property

latiloquens
lātiloquens
cross-reference

Latina
Latīna
noun
the festival of the allied Latins

Latine
Latīnē
adverb
in Latin

Latiniensis
Latīniensis
noun
Latin

Latiniensis
Latīniensis
noun
the Latins

Latiniensis
Latīniensis
adjective
Latin

Latinigena
Latīnigena
noun
one born in Latium

latinitas
latīnitās
noun
Pure Latin style

Latinius
Latīnius
noun
a Roman proper name

latinizo
latīnīzō
verb
to translate into Latin

latino
latīnō
verb
to express in Latin

Latinum
Latīnum
noun
Latin

Latinus
Latīnus
noun
The inhabitants of Latium

Latinus
Latīnus
noun
a king of the Laurentians

Latinus
Latīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Latium

latio
lātiō
noun
a bearing

latipes
lātipēs
adjective
broadfooted

latitabundus
latitābundus
adjective
lying hid

latitatio
latitātiō
noun
a hiding

latitator
latitātor
noun
one who lies hid

latitia
lātitia
noun
breadth

latito
latitō
verb
to be hid or concealed

latitudo
lātitūdō
noun
breadth

Latium
Latium
noun
a country of Italy

Latius
Latius
adjective
of or belonging to Latium

Latmiadeus
Latmiadēus
adjective

Latmiadeus
Latmiadēus
adjective
Endymion

Latmius
Latmius
adjective

Latmius
Latmius
adjective
of or belonging to Mount Latmus

Latmus
Latmus
noun
a mountain in Caria

Lato
Lātō
noun
daughter of the Titan Caeus and Phaebe

Lato
Lātō
cross-reference

Latobius
Latobius
noun
an almost unknown deity

Latobrigus
Latobrigus
noun
a Gallic people

Latoida
Lātoida
noun
the children of Latona

Latoides
Lātoidēs
noun
the son of Latona

Latoides, Latois
Lātoides, Lātōis
expression

Latois
Lātōis
noun
Diana

Latois
Lātōis
noun
of or belonging to Latona

Latoius
Lātōius
adjective
of or belonging to Latona

Latoius
Lātōius
noun
Apollo

Latoius
Lātōius
cross-reference

latomia
lātomia
noun

latomia
lātomia
noun
a stone-quarry

latomus
lātomus
noun
a stonecutter

latomus
lātomus
cross-reference

Latona
Lātōna
noun
daughter of the Titan Caeus and Phaebe

Latonia
Lātōnia
noun
Diana

Latonia
Lātōnia
adjective
of or belonging to Latona

Latonigena
Lātōnigena
noun
one born of Latona

Latonius
Lātōnius
adjective
of or belonging to Latona

lator
lātor
noun
a bearer

Latous
Lātōus
cross-reference

Latous
Lātōus
adjective
of or belonging to Latona

Latous
Lātōus
noun
Apollo

Latovicus
Latovicus
noun
a people in Pannonia

latrabilis
lātrābilis
adjective
barking

latrans
lātrans
adjective
a barker

latrator
lātrātor
noun
a barker

latratorius
lātrātōrius
adjective
brawling

latratus
lātrātus
noun
a barking

latria
latrīa
noun
service

latrina
lātrīna
noun
A bath

latrinum
lātrīnum
noun

latrinum
lātrīnum
noun
A bath

Latris
Lātris
noun
a female proper name

Latro
Lātrō
noun
a Roman surname

latro
latrō
noun
a hired servant

latro
lātrō
noun
a hired servant

Latro
Latrō
noun
a Roman surname

latro
lātrō
verb
to bark

latrocinalis
latrōcinālis
adjective
of or belonging to robbers

latrocinalis
lātrōcinālis
adjective
of or belonging to robbers

latrocinaliter
latrōcināliter
adverb
after the manner of a robber

latrocinanterr
lātrōcinanter
verb
like a robber

latrocinanterr
latrōcinanter
verb
like a robber

latrocinatio
latrōcinātiō
noun
a robbing

latrocinatio
lātrōcinātiō
noun
a robbing

latrocinium
lātrōcinium
noun
Military service

latrocinium
latrōcinium
noun
Military service

latrocinor
lātrōcinor
verb
To perform military service for pay

latrocinor
latrōcinor
verb
To perform military service for pay

Latronianus
Lātrōniānus
adjective

Latronianus
Latrōniānus
adjective

Latronianus
Latrōniānus
adjective
of or belonging to Latro

latruncularius
lātrunculārius
adjective
of or belonging to draughts or chess

latruncularius
latrunculārius
adjective
of or belonging to draughts or chess

latrunculator
lātrunculātor
noun
one who tries cases of robbery

latrunculator
latrunculātor
noun
one who tries cases of robbery

latrunculus
lātrunculus
noun
A highwayman

latrunculus
latrunculus
noun
A highwayman

latumia
lātumia
noun
a stone-quarry

latura
lātūra
noun
a bearing

laturarius
lātūrārius
noun
a carrier

latus
lātus
adjective
broad

latus
latus
noun
the side

latusculum
latusculum
noun
a little side

Laucoon
Laucoōn
noun
a son of Priam and Hecaba

laudabile
laudābile
noun
the praiseworthy

laudabilis
laudābilis
adjective
to be praised

laudabilitas
laudābilitās
noun
laudability

laudabiliter
laudābiliter
adverb
in a praiseworthy manner

laudate
laudātē
adverb
laudably

laudatio
laudātiō
noun
a praising

laudativa
laudātīva
noun
commendation

laudative
laudātīvē
adverb
in a laudatory manner

laudativus
laudātīvus
adjective
of or relating to praise

laudator
laudātor
noun
a praiser

laudatorius
laudātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to praise

laudatrix
laudātrix
noun
she who praises

laudatus
laudātus
adjective
P. a.

laudatus
laudātus
adjective

Laudicea
Laudicēa
cross-reference
In Phrygia Major

Laudicenus
Laudicēnus
noun
dinnerchanters

Laudicenus
Laudicēnus
noun
inhabitants of Laodicea

laudidignus
laudidignus
cross-reference

laudifico
laudificō
cross-reference

laudo
laudō
verb
to praise

laurago
laurāgō
noun
a plant of the laurel kind

laurea
laurea
noun
The laurel-tree

laurea
laurea
noun

laureata
laureāta
noun
a letter announcing a

laureatus
laureātus
adjective
crowned or decked with laurel

Laurens
Laurens
adjective
Of or belonging to Laurentum

Laurens
Laurens
adjective
an estate (of the younger Pliny) near Laurentum

Laurens lavinaris
Laurens lāvīnāris
noun
an inhabitant of Lauro-Lavinium

Laurentinum
Laurentīnum
noun
the younger Pliny's estate near Laurentum

Laurentinus
Laurentīnus
adjective
adj.

Laurentis
Laurentis
noun
the Laurentines

Laurentis
Laurentis
noun
adj.

Laurentius
Laurentius
adjective
adj.

Laurentum
Laurentum
noun
a maritime town in Latium

laureola
laureola
noun
a little laurel crown or garland

Laureolus
Laureolus
noun
a notorious robber

Lauretum
Laurētum
noun
a laurel-grove

laureus
laureus
adjective
of laurel

laurex
laurex
noun
a young rabbit cut out from the mother

lauricomus
lauricomus
adjective
laurel-haired

laurifer
laurifer
adjective
Laurel-bearing

lauriger
lauriger
adjective
laurel-bearing

laurinus
laurīnus
adjective
of laurel

lauriotis
lauriōtis
noun
from Laurion

lauripotens
lauripotens
adjective
lord of laurels

laurix
laurix
noun
a young rabbit cut out from the mother

Laurolavinium
Laurolāvīnium
noun
a later name of the city Lavinium

Lauron
Laurōn
noun
a city in

Lauronensis
Laurōnensis
adjective
adj.

laurus
laurus
noun
a bay-tree

Laus
Laus
noun
the name of several cities

laus
laus
noun
praise

Lausus
Lausus
noun
Son of Numitor and brother of Rhea Silvia

laute
lautē
adverb
neatly

lautitas
lautitas
cross-reference

lautitia
lautitia
noun
elegance

lautium
lautium
noun
the entertainment furnished in Rome to foreign ambassadors or distinguished guests at the expense of the state

lautiusculus
lautiusculus
adjective
somewhat splendid or magnificent

Lautola
Lautola
noun
A place in Rome where there were warm baths

Lautula
Lautula
noun
A place in Rome where there were warm baths

lautumia
lautumia
noun
a stone-quarry

lautumius
lautumius
adjective
of or belonging to a stone-quarry

lautumus
lautumus
noun
a stonecutter

lautus
lautus
adjective
washed

lavabrum
lavābrum
noun
a bathing-tub

lavacrum
lavācrum
noun
a bath

lavacrum
lavacrum
noun
a bath

lavandarium
lavandārium
noun
things to be washed

lavatio
lavātiō
noun
a washing

lavator
lavātor
cross-reference
a clothes-washer

lavatorium
lavātōrium
cross-reference

lavatrina
lavātrīna
noun
A bath

lavatrina
lavātrīna
noun

laver
laver
noun
a water-plant

Laverna
Laverna
noun
the patron goddess of gain

Lavernalis
Lavernālis
adjective
of or belonging to Laverna

laverniones
laverniōnes
cross-reference

Lavernium
Lavernium
noun
a place in Campania

Lavicanus
Lavīcānus
adverb

Lavici
Lavīcī
adverb

Lavicum
Lavīcum
adverb

Lavicus
Lavīcus
noun
a town of Latium

Lavinia
Lāvīnia
noun
the daughter of Latinus and wife of Aeneas

Laviniensis
Lāvīniensis
noun
the inhabitants of Lavinium

Lavinium
Lāvīnium
noun
a city of Latium

Lavinius
Lāvīnius
adjective
of or belonging to Lavinium

lavito
lavitō
verb
to wash

lavo
lavō
verb
to wash

lax
lax
cross-reference
fraud

laxamentum
laxāmentum
noun
an extending

laxatio
laxātiō
noun
a widening

laxativus
laxātīvus
adjective
mitigating

laxatus
laxātus
adjective
P. a.

laxatus
laxātus
adjective

laxe
laxē
adverb
widely

laxitas
laxitās
noun
width

laxo
laxō
verb
to stretch out

laxus
laxus
adjective
wide

lea
lea
noun
a lioness

Leaena
Leaena
noun
an heroic courtesan of Athens

leaena
leaena
noun
a lioness

Leander
Lēander
noun
a young man of Abydos

Leandricus
Lēandricus
adjective
of or belonging to Leander

Leandrius
Lēandrius
adjective
of Leander

Leandrus
Lēandrus
noun
a young man of Abydos

Learcheus
Learchēus
adjective
of Learchus

Learchus
Learchus
noun
the son of Athamas and Ino

Lebadea
Lebadēa
noun
a Baeotian city near Mount Helicon

Lebadia
Lebadia
noun
a Baeotian city near Mount Helicon

Lebedos
Lebedos
noun
a city on the coast of Ionia

Lebedus
Lebedus
noun
a city on the coast of Ionia

leber
leber
cross-reference

lebes
lebēs
noun
a copper basin

Lebinthos
Lebinthos
noun
one of the Sporadic Isles

Leborinus campu
Lebōrīnus campu
noun
a district in Campania

Lebynthos
Lebynthos
noun
one of the Sporadic Isles

Lebynthus
Lebynthus
noun
one of the Sporadic Isles

Lechaea
Lechaea
noun
the port of Corinth

Lechaeum
Lechaeum
noun
the port of Corinth

Lechaeus
Lechaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Lechaeum

lectarius
lectārius
cross-reference

lecte
lectē
adverb
P. a. fin

lecte
lectē
adverb
choicely

lectica
lectīca
noun
a litter

lecticariola
lectīcāriola
noun
a chairman's mistress

lecticarius
lectīcārius
noun
a litterbearer

lecticula
lectīcula
noun
a small litter or sedan

lectio
lectiō
noun
A gathering

lectisterniator
lectisterniātor
noun
one who arranged the couches and placed the cushions on them for reclining on at table

lectisternium
lectisternium
noun
a feast of the gods

lectito
lectitō
verb
To gather or collect eagerly or often

lectiuncula
lectiuncula
noun
a short or light reading

lecto
lectō
verb

Lecton
Lecton
noun
a promontory on the coast of Troy

lector
lector
noun
one who reads

lectrix
lectrix
noun
a female reader

lectualis
lectuālis
adjective
of or belonging to the bed

lectuarius
lectuārius
adjective
of or belonging to the bed

lectulus
lectulus
noun
a cosey couch

lectum
lectum
noun
a couch

Lectum
Lectum
noun
a promontory on the coast of Troy

lecturio
lecturiō
verb
v. desid. a

lectus
lectus
adjective

lectus
lectus
adjective
P. a.

lectus
lectus
noun
a couch

lectus
lectus
noun
a reading

lecythinus
lēcythinus
adjective
of or belonging to an oil-flask

lecythus
lēcythus
noun
a flask

leda
lēda
noun
a shrub in Cyprus from which a

Leda
Lēda
noun
the daughter of Thestius

Ledaeus
Lēdaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Leda

ledanum
lēdanum
noun
the resinous juice obtained from the shrub

Ledas
Lēdās
noun
the name of a man

Lede
Lēdē
noun
the daughter of Thestius

ledon
lēdon
noun
a shrub in Cyprus from which a

Ledus
Lēdus
noun
a river in Gallia Narbonensis

legalis
lēgālis
adjective
of or belonging to the law

legaliter
lēgāliter
adverb
according to law

legarium
legārium
noun
pulse

Legataria
Lēgātāria
noun
a female legatee

legatarius
lēgātārius
adjective
enjoined by a last will or testament

Legatarius
Lēgātārius
noun
one to whom something is left by will

legaticius
lēgātīcius
cross-reference

legatio
lēgātiō
noun
the sending of an ambassador

legativum
lēgātīvum
adjective
Of or relating to an embassy

legativus
lēgātīvus
adjective
Of or relating to an embassy

legator
lēgātor
noun
one who leaves something by will

legatorius
lēgātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a deputy

legatum
lēgātum
noun

legatum
lēgātum
noun
a bequest

legatus
lēgātus
noun

legatus
lēgātus
noun

legens
legens
adjective
P. a.

legibilis
legibilis
adjective
that may be read

legicrepa
lēgicrepa
cross-reference

legifer
lēgifer
adjective
lawgiving

legifer
lēgifer
noun
a law-giver

legio
legiō
noun
a body of soldiers

legionarius
legiōnārius
adjective
of or belonging to a legion

legirupa
lēgirupa
noun
a lawbreaker

legirupio
lēgirupiō
noun
a law-breaker

legisdoctor
lēgisdoctor
noun
a doctor or teacher of the law

legislatio
lēgislātiō
noun
the giving of the law

legislator
lēgislātor
noun
a law-giver

legisperitus
lēgisperītus
noun
one learned in the law

legitime
lēgitimē
adverb
According to law

legitimum
lēgitimum
noun
usages prescribed by law

legitimus
lēgitimus
adjective
fixed or appointed by law

legito
legitō
verb

legiuncula
legiuncula
noun
a small legion

lego
legō
verb
to bring together

lego
lēgō
verb
To send with a commission or charge

legula
legula
noun
a flap

leguleius
lēgulēius
noun
a pettifogging lawyer

legulus
legulus
noun
a gatherer

legumen
legūmen
noun
pulse

legumentum
legūmentum
noun
pulse

leguminarius
legūminārius
adjective
of or belonging to pulse

leguminarius
legūminārius
cross-reference

legumlator
lēgumlātor
noun
a law-giver

leiostrea
leiostrea
noun
an oyster with a smooth shell

leiothasius
leiothasius
adjective
a kind of turnip

Lelegeis
Lelegēis
noun
Lelegeian

Lelegeius
Lelegēius
adjective
of or belonging to the Leleges

Lelegis
Lelegis
noun
a Pelasgic tribe who lived scattered over several parts of Asia Minor and Greece

lelepris
lelepris
noun
a fish

lelepris
lelēpris
noun
a fish

lema
lēma
noun
a humor or rheum that gathers in the corner of the eye

Lemannus
Lemannus
noun
the Lake of Geneva

lembulus
lembulus
noun
a small boat

lembunculus
lembunculus
noun

lembus
lembus
noun
a small fastsailing vessel with a sharp prow

lemma
lemma
noun
a subject for consideration or explanation

Lemniacus
Lemniacus
adjective
adj.

Lemniacus
Lemniacus
adjective

Lemnias
Lemnias
noun
a Lemnian woman

Lemnias
Lemnias
noun

Lemnicola
Lemnicola
noun
the dweller in Lemnos

Lemniensis
Lemniensis
adjective

Lemniensis
Lemniensis
adjective
adj.

lemniscatus
lemniscātus
adjective
adorned with pendent ribbons

lemniscus
lemniscus
noun
A pendent (purple?) ribbon

Lemnius
Lemnius
noun
Vulcan

Lemnius
Lemnius
adjective
of or belonging to Lemnos

Lemnius
Lemnius
noun
inhabitants of Lemnos

Lemnos
Lemnos
noun
the island of Lemnos

Lemnus
Lemnus
noun
the island of Lemnos

Lemonia tribus
Lemonia tribus
expression
a rustic tribe on the

lemonium
lēmōnium
noun
the wild beet

Lemovicis
Lemovīcis
noun
a people of Aquitanian Gaul

Lemovius
Lemovius
noun
a Germanic people on the Baltic

lemunculus
lemunculus
cross-reference

lemuria
lemūria
cross-reference

Lemuris
Lemuris
noun
shades

Lemurium
Lemūrium
noun
a festival held on the 9th

lena
lēna
noun
a bawd

Lenaeus
Lēnaeus
noun
A surname of a king

Lenaeus
Lēnaeus
adjective
Lenaean

lene
lēnē
adverb
softly

lenimen
lēnīmen
noun
a softening or soothing remedy

lenimentum
lēnīmentum
noun
a softening or soothing remedy

lenio
lēniō
verb
to make soft or mild

lenis
lenis
noun
a kind of vessel

lenis
lēnis
adjective
soft

lenitas
lēnitās
noun
softness

leniter
lēniter
adverb
softly

lenities
lēnitiēs
noun
mildness

lenitudo
lēnitūdō
noun
softness

leno
lēnō
verb
to procure

leno
lēnō
noun
a pimp

lenocinamentum
lēnōcināmentum
noun
an allurement

lenocinatio
lēnōcinātiō
noun
flattery

lenocinator
lēnōcinātor
noun
one who obtains

lenocinium
lēnōcinium
noun
the trade of a pander

lenocinor
lēnōcinor
verb
To flatter

lenonice
lēnōnicē
adverb
like a pimp

lenonie
lēnōniē
adverb

lenonius
lēnōnius
adjective
of or pertaining to pimping or pandering

lens
lens
noun
a lentil

lens
lens
noun
a louse's egg

lente
lentē
adverb
slowly

lenteo
lenteō
verb
to proceed

lentesco
lentescō
verb
to become viscous or sticky

lenticula
lenticula
noun
a lentil

lenticularis
lenticulāris
adjective
like a lentil

lentiginosus
lentīginōsus
adjective
full of freckles

lentigo
lentīgō
noun
a lentil-shaped spot

Lentinus
Lentīnus
noun
the name of a man

lentipes
lentipēs
adjective
slowfooted

lentiscifer
lentiscifer
adjective
bearing mastic-trees

lentiscinus
lentiscinus
adjective
of or from the mastic-tree

lentiscum
lentiscum
noun
the mastic - tree

lentiscus
lentiscus
noun
the mastic - tree

lentitia
lentitia
noun
pliancy

lentities
lentitiēs
noun
pliancy

lentitudo
lentitūdō
noun
slowness

Lento
Lentō
noun
a Roman surname

lento
lentō
verb
to make flexible

lentor
lentor
noun
pliancy

Lentulitas
Lentulitas
noun

Lentulitas
Lentulitās
noun
the name or nobility of a Lentulus

Lentulus
Lentulus
noun
a surname of a distinguished family in the gens Cornelia.

lentulus
lentulus
adjective
rather slow

lentus
lentus
adjective
pliant

lenullus
lēnullus
noun
a little pimp

lenuncularius
lēnunculārius
noun
one who sails in a small vessel

lenunculus
lēnunculus
noun
a small sailingvessel

lenunculus
lēnunculus
noun
a young go-between

Leo
Leō
noun
the priests of the Persian god Mithras

leo
leō
cross-reference

leo
leō
noun
a lion

Leocorion
Leōcorion
noun
a temple in Athens

leocrocota
leocrocota
cross-reference

leocrocota
leōcrocota
noun
a wild beast in India

Leoidis
Leōidis
noun
the daughters of Leos

Leon
Leōn
noun
The name of a town near Syracuse

Leonida
Leōnida
noun
A king of Sparta

Leonidas
Leōnidās
noun
A king of Sparta

Leonides
Leōnidēs
noun
An instructor of Alexander the Great

Leoninus
Leōnīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the emperor Leo

leoninus
leōnīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a lion

Leonis
Leōnis
noun
the priests of the Persian god Mithras

Leonnatus
Leonnātus
noun
one of Alexander's generals

Leonteus
Leonteus
noun
the name of a warrior

leontice
leonticē
noun
a plant

leonticus
leonticus
noun
a plant

Leontinus
Leontīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Leontini

Leontinus
Leontīnus
noun
a very ancient town on the eastern side of Sicily

Leontinus
Leontīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Leontini

leontios
leontios
noun
a precious stone of the color of a lion

Leontium
Leontium
noun
an Athenian hetaera

leontocaron
leontocaron
noun
a plant

leontopetalon
leontopetalon
noun
a plant

leontophonos
leontophonos
noun
a small animal whose urine was said to be fatal to lions

leontopodion
leontopodion
noun
a plant

leopardinus
leopardīnus
adjective
of a leopard

leopardus
leopardus
noun
a leopard

Leotychides
Leōtychidēs
noun
brother of Agesila_us

Lepaduse
Lepadusē
adverb

Leparesis
Leparēsis
noun
the Liparaeans

lepas
lepas
noun
a kind of shell-fish that adheres closely to rocks

lepasta
lepasta
noun
a drinking - vessel

lepesta
lepesta
noun
a drinking - vessel

Lepidanus
Lepidānus
adjective
of or belonging to Lepidus

lepide
lepidē
adverb
pleasantly

Lepidianus
Lepidiānus
adjective
of or belonging to Lepidus

lepidium
lepidium
noun
a plant

lepidotis
lepidōtis
noun
a precious stone

lepidulus
lepidulus
adjective
rather pleasant

Lepidus
Lepidus
noun
a surname in the gens Aemilia

lepidus
lepidus
adjective
pleasant

lepis
lepis
noun
a scale

lepista
lepista
noun
a drinking - vessel

Leponticus
Lēponticus
noun
a Lepontian

Lepontius
Lēpontius
noun
a people of Cisalpine Gaul

lepor
lepor
noun
pleasantness

leporarium
leporārium
noun
a place where hares and

leporarius
leporārius
adjective
of or belonging to a hare

leporinus
leporīnus
adjective
of a hare

lepos
lepos
noun

lepos
lepos
noun
pleasantness

lepra
lepra
noun
the leprosy

lepra
lepra
noun

lepra
lēpra
noun
the leprosy

Lepreon
Lepreon
noun
a sea-coast town in Elis

Lepreos
Lepreos
noun
a sea-coast town in Elis

Lepreum
Lepreum
noun
a sea-coast town in Elis

Lepreus
Lepreus
noun
a sea-coast town in Elis

Leprion
Leprion
noun
a sea-coast town in Elis

Leprium
Leprium
noun
a sea-coast town in Elis

leprosus
leprōsus
adjective
leprous

Lepta
Lepta
noun
a Roman surname

Leptimagnensis
Leptimagnensis
adjective
of Leptis Magna

Leptis
Leptis
noun
the name of two cities on the coast of Africa

Leptitanus
Leptitānus
noun
the inhabitants of Leptis

Leptitanus
Leptitānus
adjective
adj.

leptomeres
leptomeres
noun
consisting of fine particles

leptomericus
leptomericus
adjective
consisting of fine particles

leptophyllon
leptophyllon
noun
a species of the herb

leptopsephos
leptopsēphos
noun
a kind of porphyry with white spots

leptorax
leptorax
noun
a kind of grape-vine with very small berries

leptynticus
leptynticus
adjective
making thin or meagre

lepus
lepus
noun
a hare

lepusclus
lepusclus
noun
a young or little hare

lepusculus
lepusculus
noun
a young or little hare

leria
leria
cross-reference

Lerina
Lērīna
noun
an island on the coast of

Lerna
Lerna
noun
a forest and marsh near Argos

Lernaeus
Lernaeus
adjective
adj.

Lerne
Lernē
noun
a forest and marsh near Argos

Lesbia
Lesbia
noun
the name of a woman

Lesbiacus
Lesbiacus
adjective
adj.

Lesbias
Lesbias
noun
a Lesbian woman

Lesbis
Lesbis
noun
adj. f

Lesbium
Lesbium
noun
Lesbian wine

Lesbius
Lesbius
adjective
Lesbian

Lesbos
Lesbos
noun
a celebrated island in the Aegean Sea

Lesbous
Lesbōus
adjective
adj.

Lesbus
Lesbus
noun

Lesbus
Lesbus
noun
a celebrated island in the Aegean Sea

Lesora
Lesōra
noun
A mountain in Gaul that produced excellent cheese

lessus
lessus
noun
a wailing

Lestrygon
Lestrȳgon
noun
an ancient people of Italy

Lestrygones
Lestrȳgones
noun

Lesura
Lesura
cross-reference
a small river in Belgium

Lesura
Lesūra
noun
A mountain in Gaul that produced excellent cheese

letabilis
lētābilis
adjective
deadly

letalis
lētālis
adjective
deadly

letaliter
lētāliter
adverb
in a deadly manner

letals
lētāls
noun
means of death

Lethaea
Lēthaea
noun
the wife of Olenus

Lethaeus
Lēthaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Lethe

Lethaeus
Lēthaeus
adjective

lethaletalis
lēthālētālis
adjective
deadly

lethalis
lēthālis
cross-reference

lethargia
lēthargia
noun
drowsiness

lethargicus
lēthargicus
adjective
drowsy

lethargicus
lēthargicus
noun
one affected with lethargy

lethargus
lēthargus
adjective
drowsy

Lethe
Lēthē
noun
the river Lethe

lethfer
lēthfer
adjective
death-bringing

letho
lēthō
verb
to kill

lethum
lēthum
noun
death

lethusa
lēthūsa
noun
the white poppy

letifer
lētifer
adjective
death-bringing

leto
lētō
verb
to kill

Letois
Lētōis
noun
of or belonging to Latona

Letois
Lētōis
cross-reference

Letoius
Lētōius
adjective
of or belonging to Latona

Letoius
Lētōius
cross-reference

letum
lētum
noun
death

Letus
Letus
noun
a mountain in Liguria

leuca
leuca
noun
a Gallic mile of

Leuca
Leuca
noun
a town in Calabria

leucacantha
leucacantha
noun
The white thorn

leucacanthos
leucacanthos
noun
The white thorn

leucachates
leucachātēs
noun
the white agate

Leucadia
Leucadia
noun
an island (previously a peninsula) in the Ionic Sea

Leucadia
Leucadia
noun
the mistress of Varro Atacinus

Leucadius
Leucadius
adjective
of or belonging to the island of Leucadia

Leucadius
Leucadius
noun
the inhabitants of Leucadia

Leucaethiopis
Leucaethiopis
noun
the white Ethiopians of Libya

leucanthemis
leucanthemis
noun
the chamomile plant

leucanthemon
leucanthemon
noun
the name of three plants

leucanthemum
leucanthemum
noun
the name of three plants

leucanthes
leucanthes
noun
the herb pellitory

leucanthus
leucanthus
noun
a plant

leucargillos
leucargillos
noun
white clay

Leucas
Leucas
noun
an island (previously a peninsula) in the Ionic Sea

Leucas
Leucas
noun
the capital of Leucadia

Leucas
Leucas
noun
The capital of the island Leucadia

Leucas
Leucas
noun
a promontory in the island of Leucadia

leucaspis
leucaspis
adjective
armed with a white shield

Leucaspis
Leucaspis
noun
one of the companions of Aeneas

Leucata
Leucāta
noun
a promontory in the island of Leucadia

Leucate
Leucāte
noun
a promontory in the island of Leucadia

Leucate
Leucātē
noun
a promontory in the island of Leucadia

Leucates
Leucātēs
noun
a promontory in the island of Leucadia

Leuce
Leucē
noun
The name of several islands

leuce
leucē
noun
The spotted dead-nettle

leuceoron
leucēoron
noun
a plant

Leucippe
Leucippē
noun
The daughter of Thestor

Leucippis
Leucippis
noun
a daughter of Leucippus

Leucippus
Leucippus
noun
The father of Phaebe and Hilaira

leucochrysos
leucochrȳsos
noun
A precious stone

leucocomos
leucocomos
adjective
having white leaves or blossoms

leucocomus
leucocomus
adjective
having white leaves or blossoms

leucocoum
leucocōum
noun
white Coan wine

leucogaea
leucogaea
noun
a precious stone almost unknown

leucogaeus
leucogaeus
adjective
of white earth

leucographia
leucographia
noun
a precious stone

leucographis
leucographis
noun
a kind of St. Mary's thistle

leucoion
leucoion
noun
the white violet

Leucon
Leucōn
noun
The name of one of Actaeon's hounds

Leuconicum
Leuconicum
noun
Leuconic wool

Leuconicus
Leuconicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Leucones

leuconotus
leuconotus
noun
the

Leucopetra
Leucopetra
noun
a promontory in the territory of the Bruttii

leucophaeatus
leucophaeātus
adjective
clothed in dark gray or ash-colored garments

leucophaeus
leucophaeus
adjective
ash - colored

leucophoron
leucophoron
noun
gold-size

Leucophryna
Leucophryna
noun
a surname of Diana in Magnesia

leucophthalmos
leucophthalmos
noun
a precious stone

leucopis
leucōpis
noun
a plant

leucopoecilos
leucopoecilos
noun
a precious stone

leucos
leucos
adjective
white

Leucosia
Leucosia
noun
a small island off the coast of Lucania

Leucosyrus
Leucosyrus
noun
the white Syrians

Leucothea
Leucothea
noun
The name of Ino

Leucothee
Leucotheē
noun
The name of Ino

Leucothoe
Leucothoē
noun
daughter of Orchamus

leucozomus
leucozōmus
adjective
with white sauce

leucrion
leucrion
noun
a plant

leucrocota
leucrocota
noun
a wild beast in India

leucrocuta
leucrocuta
noun
a wild beast in India

Leuctrae
Leuctrae
noun
A small town in Baeotia

Leuctricus
Leuctricus
adjective
of or belonging to Leuctra

Leuctrum
Leuctrum
noun
A small town in Baeotia

Leucus
Leucus
noun

Leucus
Leucus
noun
a people of Gallia Belgica

leudus
leudus
noun
a German song

leuga
leuga
noun
a Gallic mile of

leunculus
leunculus
noun
a small lion

leus
lēus
adjective
smooth

leuson
leuson
noun
the inner part of the wood of the fir

levabilis
levābilis
adjective
that can be lightened

Levacus
Levācus
noun
a people of

levamen
levāmen
noun
an alleviation

levamentarius
levāmentārius
adjective
of or for lightening

levamentum
levāmentum
noun
an alleviation

Levana
Levāna
noun
the goddess supposed to raise new-born infants from the ground

levatio
levātiō
noun
A lifting up

levator
levātor
noun
a lifter

levatus
lēvātus
adjective

levatus
levātus
adjective

levatus
lēvātus
adjective

levenna
levenna
noun

leviculus
leviculus
adjective
Very small

levidensis
levidensis
adjective
lightly wrought

levifecit
levifēcit
cross-reference

levifidus
levifīdus
adjective
of slight credit

levigatio
lēvigātiō
noun
a smoothing

levigatus
lēvigātus
adjective

levigatus
lēvigātus
adjective
P. a.

levigo
levigō
verb
to make light

levigo
lēvigō
verb
to make smooth

levio
leviō
verb
to alleviate

levipes
levipes
adjective
lightfooted

levir
lēvir
noun
a husband's brother

levis
levis
adjective
light

levis
lēvis
adjective
smooth

levisomnus
levisomnus
adjective
lightly sleeping

Levisticum
Levisticum
noun

Levita
Lēvīta
noun

Levita
Lēvīta
noun
a Levite

levitas
levitās
noun
lightness

levitas
lēvitās
noun
smoothness

leviter
leviter
adverb
lightly

Levites
Lēvītēs
noun
a Levite

Leviticus
Lēvīticus
adjective
of or belonging to Levi or to the Levites

Levitis
Lēvītis
noun
adj. f.

levitonarium
lēvītōnārium
noun
an Egyptian monk's garment

levitudo
lēvitūdō
noun
smoothness

levo
levō
verb
to lift up

levo
lēvō
verb
to make smooth

levor
lēvor
noun
smoothness

Levus
Lēvus
noun
the Laevi

lex
lex
noun
a proposition or motion for a law

Lexanor
Lexānor
noun
name of a warrior

lexidium
lexidium
noun
a little word

lexipyretus
lexipyretus
adjective
that allays fever

lexipyrexia
lexipyrexia
noun
a cessation of fever

lexis
lexis
noun
a word

Lexobius
Lexobius
noun
a people in

Lexovius
Lexovius
noun
a people in

liaculum
liāculum
cross-reference

libacunculus
lībācunculus
noun
a little cake

libadion
libadion
noun
the herb centaury

libamen
lībāmen
noun
that which is poured out in offerings to the gods

libamentum
lībāmentum
noun
that which is poured out in offerings to the gods

libanios
libanios
noun
a kind of vine

libanitis
libanītis
noun
a plant

libanochrus
libanochrūs
noun
a precious stone

libanotis
libanōtis
noun
rosemary

Libanus
Lībanus
adjective
of Lebanon

Libanus
Libanus
noun
the name of a slave

libanus
libanus
noun
c.

Libanus
Libanus
noun
Mount Lebanon

libarius
lībārius
noun
a pastry-cook

libatio
lībātiō
noun
a drink-offering

libator
lībātor
noun
one who makes a libation

libatorium
lībātōrium
noun
the vessel in which a libation was offered

libella
lībella
noun
An

libellaris
libellāris
adjective
of or belonging to books

libellaticus
libellāticus
noun
a term applied to Christians who

libellensis
libellensis
noun
an officer who presented petitions to the emperor and registered them

libellio
libelliō
noun
A notary

libellulus
libellulus
noun
a very little book

libellus
libellus
noun
The inner bark

libens
libens
adjective
P. a.

libens
libens
adjective

libenter
libenter
adverb
willingly

libentia
libentia
noun
delight

Libentia
Libentia
noun
the goddess of delight

Libentina
Libentīna
noun
the goddess of sensual pleasure

libeo
libeō
verb
it pleases

liber
liber
noun
the inner bark or rind

liber
līber
adjective
that acts according to his own will and pleasure

Liber
Līber
noun
an old Italian deity

liber
līber
noun
a child

Libera
Lībera
noun
Proserpine

Liberale
Līberāle
noun
a festival in honor of Liber

Liberalis
Līberālis
adjective
of or belonging to Liber or Bacchus

liberalis
līberālis
adjective
of or belonging to freedom

liberalitas
līberālitās
noun
a way of thinking befitting a freeman

liberaliter
līberāliter
adverb
in a manner befitting a freeman

liberatio
līberātiō
noun
a freeing or becoming free

liberator
līberātor
noun
a freer

liberatrix
līberātrix
noun
she that releases

libere
līberē
adverb
freely

libero
līberō
verb
to make or set free

liberta
līberta
noun

liberta
līberta
noun

libertas
lībertās
noun
the state or condition of a freeman

Libertas
Lībertas
noun
the goddess of Liberty

libertina
lībertīna
noun
a freedwoman

libertinitas
lībertīnitās
noun
the condition of a freedman

libertinium
lībertīnium
noun
the property obtained by a freedman on the death of his patron

libertinus
lībertīnus
noun
a freedman

libertinus
lībertīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the condition of a freedman

libertus
lībertus
adjective
made free

libertus
lībertus
noun

Libethrides
Lībēthrides
noun
the Muses

Libethris
Lībēthris
noun
Libethrian

Libethros
Lībēthros
noun
a fountain near Magnesia

Libethrum
Lībēthrum
noun
a city of Macedonia

Libethrum
Lībēthrum
noun
a fountain near Magnesia

Libethrus
Lībēthrus
noun
a fountain near Magnesia

Libicus
Libicus
noun
a people of

libidinitas
libīdinitās
noun
desire

libidinor
libīdinor
verb
to indulge or gratify lust

libidinose
libīdinōsē
adverb
according to one's pleasure or caprice

libidinosus
libīdinōsus
adjective
full of desire

libido
libīdō
noun
pleasure

Libitina
Libitīna
noun
the goddess of corpses

libitinarius
libitīnārius
noun
an undertaker

Libitinensis
Libitīnensis
adjective
of Libitina

libitum
libitum
noun

libitum
libitum
noun
the things that please

libitus
libitus
adjective
P. a.

libitus
libitus
adjective

libo
lībō
verb
to take a little from

Libo
Libō
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Marcia and

libonotos
libonotos
noun
a wind between south and south-west

libonotus
libonotus
noun
a wind between south and south-west

libra
lībra
noun
the Roman pound

libralis
lībrālis
adjective
of or containing a pound

libramen
lībrāmen
noun
a balance

libramentum
lībrāmentum
noun
that which gives to any thing a downward pressure

libraria
lībrāria
noun
she that weighed out the wool

libraria
librāria
noun
A female scribe

libraria
librāria
noun

librariolus
librāriolus
noun
a copyist

librarium
librārium
noun
a place to keep books in

librarium
librārium
cross-reference

librarius
lībrārius
adjective
Of or containing a pound

librarius
librārius
adjective
of or belonging to books

librarius
lībrārius
noun
a weight

librarius
librārius
noun
A transcriber of books

librate
lībrātē
adverb
P. a. fin

librate
lībrātē
adverb
deliberately

libratio
lībrātiō
noun
A making level

librator
lībrātor
noun
A leveller

libratura
lībrātūra
noun
a making even

libratus
lībrātus
adjective

libratus
lībrātus
adjective

libriger
libriger
noun
one who carries books

librile
lībrīle
noun
A balance

librile
lībrīle
noun

librilis
lībrīlis
adjective
Of a pound

librilla
librilla
cross-reference

libripens
lībripens
noun
One who weighed or counted out the pay to soldiers

libro
lībrō
verb
To balance

Libs
Libs
adjective
Líbyan

Libs
Libs
cross-reference
A Libyan

Libs
Libs
adjective
Antaeus

Libua
Libua
noun
Libya

libum
lībum
noun
a cake

Liburna
Liburna
noun
a light

Liburnia
Liburnia
noun
the country of Liburnia

Liburnica
Liburnica
noun
a fast-sailing vessel

Liburnicus
Liburnicus
adjective
Liburnic

Liburnus
Liburnus
noun
the Liburnians

Liburnus
Liburnus
noun
the god of lustful enjoyment

Liburnus
Liburnus
adjective

Liburnus
Liburnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Liburnians

Liburnus
Liburnus
noun
a Liburnian

libus
lībus
noun
a cake

Libuus
Libuus
noun
a people of

Libya
Libya
noun
Libya

Libyaegyptius
Libyaegyptius
noun
a people in the west of

Libycus
Libycus
adjective
of Libya

Libycus
Libycus
noun
the Libyans

Libye
Libyē
noun
Libya

Libyphoenicis
Libyphoenīcis
noun
Libyphaenicians: a Libyan people in the territory of Byzacium

Libys
Libys
noun
a Libyan

Libys
Libys
adjective
Líbyan

Libyssus
Libyssus
adjective
adj.

Libysticae fabulae
Libysticae fābulae
expression

Libystinus
Libystīnus
adjective
Libyan

Libystis
Libystis
noun
Libyan

Libyus
Libyus
adjective
adj.

licens
licens
adjective
P. a.

licens
licens
adjective

licenter
licenter
adverb
freely

licenter
licenter
adverb
P. a. fin

licentia
licentia
noun
freedom

licentiatus
licentiātus
noun
freedom

licentiose
licentiōsē
adverb

licentiose
licentiōsē
adverb

licentiosus
licentiōsus
adjective
full of freedom or license

Licentius
Licentius
noun
the name of a Christian poet

liceo
liceō
verb
to be for sale

liceo
liceō
cross-reference

liceorr
liceor
verb
to bid

Licerianus
Liceriānus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Licerium

licet
licet
verb
it is lawful

lichanos
lichanos
noun
a note on the tetrachord

Lichas
Lichās
noun
an attendant of Hercules

lichen
līchēn
noun
a cryptogamic species of vegetation growing on trees

liciatorium
līciātōrium
noun
a weaver's beam

liciatus
līciātus
adjective
begun

Licinia
Licinia
noun
a daughter of the orator

Licinianus
Liciniānus
adjective

Licinianus
Liciniānus
adjective
adj.

Licinianus
Liciniānus
noun
a surname of the sons and descendants of Cato the Censor

licinio
līciniō
verb
to show through

licinium
līcinium
noun
lint

Licinius
Licinius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

Licinius
Licinius
adjective
of or belonging to a Licinius

licinus
licinus
adjective
bent or turned upward

Licinus
Licinus
noun
a surname in the gens Fabia and

licitatio
licitātiō
noun
an offering of a price

licitator
licitātor
noun

licite
licitē
adverb
rightfully

licito
licitō
adverb
rightfully

licitor
licitor
verb
to offer a price

licitum
licitum
noun
things that are lawful

licitus
licitus
adjective
P. a.

licitus
licitus
adjective

licium
līcium
noun
the thrum or leash

lictor
lictor
noun
a lictor

lictorius
lictōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a lictor

licui
licui
verb
to become fluid or liquid

Licus
Licus
noun
a river in Vindelicia

Licymnia
Licȳmnia
noun
the name of the wife of a king of Lydia

lien
liēn
noun
the milt or spleen

lienicum
liēnicum
noun
remedies for spleen

lienicus
liēnicus
adjective
splenetic persons

lienis
liēnis
noun
the milt or spleen

lienosus
liēnōsus
adjective
splenetic

lientericus
līentericus
adjective
troubled with looseness or diarrhaea

ligamen
ligāmen
noun
a band

ligamentum
ligāmentum
noun
a band

Ligarianus
Ligāriānus
adjective
of or belonging to Ligarius

Ligarius
Ligārius
adjective
name of a Roman gens. So

ligatio
ligātiō
noun
a binding

ligatura
ligātūra
noun
a band

ligatus
ligātus
adjective
connected with

Ligaunus
Ligaunus
noun
a people of

Ligdus
Ligdus
noun
a Cretan

Ligea
Ligēa
noun
A wood-nymph

Ligella
Ligella
noun
the name of a woman

Liger
Liger
noun
a river forming the boundary between

Ligericus
Ligericus
adjective
of or belonging to the Liger

Ligius
Ligius
noun
a Germanic people on the Weser

lignarius
lignārius
adjective
of or belonging to wood

lignarius
lignārius
noun
A worker in wood

lignatio
lignātiō
noun
a felling or procuring of wood

lignator
lignātor
noun
a wood-cutter

ligneolus
ligneolus
adjective
wooden

ligneus
ligneus
adjective
of wood

lignicida
lignicīda
noun
one who cuts or hews wood

lignifer
lignifer
noun
one who carries wood or a tree

lignor
lignor
verb
to fetch or procure wood

lignosus
lignōsus
adjective
like wood

lignum
lignum
noun
wood

lignyizon
lignyizōn
noun
an Indian carbuncle of faint brilliancy and a brownish color

ligo
ligō
verb
to tie

ligo
ligō
noun
a mattock

ligula
ligula
noun
a little tongue

Ligur
Ligur
adjective
Ligurian

Ligur
Ligur
adjective
a surname in the gens Aelia and Octavia

Liguria
Liguria
noun
Liguria

Ligurinus
Ligurīnus
noun
the name of a favorite of Horace

Ligurinus
Ligurīnus
adjective
adj.

ligurio
ligūriō
verb
to lick

Liguris
Liguris
noun
the Ligurians

liguritio
ligūrītiō
noun
a fondness for dainties

liguritor
ligūrītor
noun
One fond of dainties

ligurius
ligūrius
noun
a gem

ligurius
ligūrius
cross-reference

ligurius
ligūrius
noun

ligurius
ligūrius
noun
a kind of precious stone

Ligurra
Ligurra
noun
the name of a woman

ligurrio
ligurriō
verb
to lick

ligurritio
ligurrītiō
noun
a fondness for dainties

ligurritor
ligurrītor
noun
One fond of dainties

Ligus
Ligus
adjective
Ligurian

Ligus
Ligus
adjective
a surname in the gens Aelia and Octavia

Liguscus
Liguscus
adjective
Ligustine

ligusticum
ligusticum
noun
a plant indigenous to Liguria

Ligusticus
Ligusticus
adjective
Ligustine

Ligustinus
Ligustīnus
noun
the Ligurians

Ligustinus
Ligustīnus
adjective
Ligustine

Ligustis
Ligustis
adjective
Ligurian

ligustrum
ligustrum
noun
a plant

Lilaea
Lilaea
noun
a town of Phocis

liliaceus
līliāceus
adjective
of or from lilies

lilietum
līliētum
noun
a bed of lilies

lilinus
līlinus
adjective
made from lilies

lilium
līlium
noun
a lily

Lilybaeon
Lilybaeon
noun
a promontory on the southern coast of Sicily

Lilybaetanus
Lilybaetānus
noun
Lilybaean

Lilybaeum
Lilybaeum
noun
a promontory on the southern coast of Sicily

Lilybaeus
Lilybaeus
adjective
adj.

Lilybe
Lilybē
noun
Lilybaean

Lilybeius
Lilybēius
adjective
adj.

lima
līma
noun
a file

limaceus
līmāceus
adjective
of mud

Limaea
Limaea
noun
a river of Hispania Tarraconensis

Limaeas
Limaeās
noun
a river of Hispania Tarraconensis

limarius
līmārius
adjective
of or belonging to slime

limate
līmātē
adverb
P. a. fin

limate
līmātē
adverb
finely

limatio
līmātiō
noun
a diminishing

limator
līmātor
cross-reference

limatulus
līmātulus
adjective
somewhat filed or polished

limatura
līmātūra
cross-reference

limatus
līmātus
adjective

limatus
līmātus
adjective
P. a.

limax
līmax
noun
a slug

limbatus
limbātus
adjective
edged

limbolarius
limbolārius
noun
a maker of edgings or fringes

limbus
limbus
noun
a border

limen
līmen
noun
a threshold

limenarcha
limenarcha
noun
a commander on the frontier

Limentinus
Līmentīnus
noun
a deity who presided over the threshold

limes
līmes
noun
a cross-path

limeum
limeum
noun
a kind of herb

Limia
Limia
noun
a river of Hispania Tarraconensis

limicola
līmicola
noun
a dweller in the mud

Limicus
Limicus
noun
a people of Hispania Tarraconensis

limigenus
līmigenus
adjective
produced in mud or slime

liminaris
līmināris
adjective
belonging to a threshold or lintel

liminium
liminium
cross-reference

limis
līmis
adjective
sidelong

limitaneus
līmitāneus
adjective
that is on the borders

limitaris
līmitāris
adjective
that is on the border

limitatio
līmitātiō
noun
a fixing

limito
līmitō
verb
to enclose within boundaries or limits

limitotrophus
līmitotrophus
adjective
lands set apart to furnish subsistence to the troops stationed on the frontiers

limitrophus
līmitrophus
adjective
lands set apart to furnish subsistence to the troops stationed on the frontiers

limma
limma
noun

Limnaea
Limnaea
noun
a town of Thessaly

Limnatis
Limnātis
noun
a surname of Diana

limne
limnē
noun
a lake

limnestis
limnestis
noun
a plant

limnetis
limnētis
noun
a plant

limnice
limnicē
noun
the pond-lily

Limo
Līmō
noun
the Meadow

limo
līmō
verb
to bemire

limo
līmō
adverb
sideways

limo
līmō
verb
to file

limocinctus
līmocinctus
noun
a kind of public attendant on magistrates

limodoron
līmodōron
noun
a plant

Limone
Līmōnē
noun
daughter of Hippomenes

limonia
līmōnia
noun
A plant

Limoniadis
Līmōniadis
noun
the nymphs of the meadows and flowers

limoniatis
līmōniātis
noun
a precious stone of a green color

limonion
līmōnion
noun
the wild beet

limonium
līmōnium
noun
the wild beet

Limonum
Limōnum
noun
a city in Aquitanian Gaul

limosum
līmōsum
noun
muddy or miry places

limosus
līmōsus
adjective
full of mud or slime

limpide
limpidē
adverb
adv.

limpiditas
limpiditās
noun
lucidity

limpido
limpidō
verb
to make clear or clean

limpidus
limpidus
adjective
clear

limpitudo
limpitūdō
noun
clearness

limula
līmula
noun
a little file

limulus
līmulus
adjective
somewhat askance

Limus
Līmus
noun
the god of oblique glances

limus
līmus
noun
slime

limus
līmus
adjective
sidelong

limus
līmus
noun
a girdle or apron trimmed with purple

Limyra
Limyra
noun
a river

Limyre
Limyrē
noun
a river

linamentum
līnāmentum
noun
linen-stuff

linaria
līnāria
noun
a factory of linen

linarius
līnārius
noun
a linen-weaver

linctor
linctor
cross-reference

linctus
linctus
adjective

linctus
linctus
noun
a licking

Lindius
Lindius
adjective
of or belonging to Lindus

Lindos
Lindos
noun
a town in the island of Rhodes

Lindus
Lindus
noun
a town in the island of Rhodes

linea
līnea
noun
a linen thread

linealis
līneālis
adjective
consisting of lines

linealiter
līneāliter
adverb
in the manner of lines

lineamentum
līneāmentum
noun
a line or stroke

linearis
līneāris
adjective
of or belonging to lines

lineariter
līneāriter
adverb
by lines

linearius
līneārius
adjective
of or belonging to lines

lineatio
līneātiō
noun
the drawing of a line

lineo
līneō
verb
to reduce to a straight line

lineola
līneola
noun
a little line

lineum
līneum
cross-reference
a linen garment

lineus
līneus
adjective
of flax or lint

lingo
lingō
verb
to lick

Lingonicus
Lingonicus
adjective
adj.

Lingonis
Lingonis
noun
a people in Celtic Gaul

Lingonus
Lingonus
noun
a Lingonian

Lingos
Lingos
noun
a mountain in Epirus

lingua
lingua
noun
the tongue

linguarium
linguārium
noun
tonguemoney

linguatulus
linguātulus
adjective
somewhat gifted with a tongue

linguatus
linguātus
adjective
gifted with a tongue

linguax
linguax
adjective
loquacious

lingula
lingula
noun
a little tongue

lingula
lingula
noun

lingulaca
lingulāca
noun
Comm.

lingulatus
lingulātus
adjective
tongueshaped

lingulus
lingulus
adjective
talkative

linguositas
linguōsitās
noun
loquacity

linguosus
linguōsus
adjective
talkative

Lingus
Lingus
noun
a mountain in Epirus

linia
līnia
noun
a linen thread

liniamentum
līniāmentum
noun
a line or stroke

liniaris
līniāris
adjective
of or belonging to lines

liniariter
līniāriter
adverb
by lines

liniatura
liniātūra
cross-reference

linifer
līnifer
noun
Flaxbearing

linifiarius
līnifiārius
cross-reference

linificus
līnificus
noun
a linenweaver

linifio
līnifiō
cross-reference

liniger
līniger
adjective
linen-wearing

linimen
linīmen
noun
grease

linimentum
linīmentum
noun
smearing-stuff

linio
liniō
verb
to daub

linio
liniō
verb

liniphiarius
līniphiārius
noun

liniphio
līniphiō
noun

liniphus
līniphus
noun
a linen-weaver

liniphus
līniphus
noun
a linen-weaver

liniphus
līniphus
noun
a linen-weaver

linitio
linītiō
noun
an anointing

linitus
linītus
noun
a smearing

linitus
linītus
adjective

lino
linō
verb
to daub

Linos
Linos
noun
Linus

linostema
linostema
cross-reference

linostrophon
linostrophon
noun
a plant

linozostis
linozōstis
noun
a plant

linquo
linquō
verb
To leave

linteamen
linteāmen
noun
a linen cloth

lintearius
linteārius
adjective
of or pertaining to linen

lintearius
linteārius
noun
a linen-weaver

linteatus
linteātus
adjective
clothed in linen

linteo
linteō
noun
a linen-weaver

linteolum
linteolum
noun
a small linen cloth

linteolus
linteolus
adjective
linen-

linter
linter
noun
a wash-tub

Linternum
Linternum
noun
a city of Campania

Linternum
Linternum
noun

linteum
linteum
noun
a linen cloth

linteus
linteus
adjective
linen-

lintrarius
lintrārius
noun
a boatman

lintriculus
lintriculus
noun
a small boat or wherry

lintris
lintris
cross-reference

linum
līnum
noun
flax

Linus
Linus
noun
Linus

linyphiarius
līnyphiārius
noun
a linen-weaver

linyphio
līnyphiō
noun
a linen-weaver

linyphus
līnyphus
noun
a linen-weaver

lio
līō
verb
to make smooth

liostrea
līostrea
noun
an oyster with a smooth shell

liostrea
līostrea
cross-reference

liothasius
līothasius
adjective
a kind of turnip

Lipara
Lipara
noun
the Liparian or Aeolic Islands

Lipara
Lipara
noun
one of the Aeolian isles

lipara
lipara
noun
an emollient plaster

Liparaeus
Liparaeus
noun
the Liparaeans

Liparaeus
Liparaeus
adjective
Liparaean

Lipare
Liparē
noun
one of the Aeolian isles

liparea
liparea
noun
a precious stone

Liparensis
Liparensis
adjective
adj.

Liparensis
Liparensis
noun
the Liparaeans

Liparis
Liparis
noun
a Cilician river near the town of Soli

liparis
liparis
noun

Liparitanus
Liparītānus
adjective
Liparitan

Liparitanus
Liparītānus
noun
the Liparitans

Liparo
Liparō
noun
king of Syracuse

lipio
lipiō
cross-reference
to croak

lippesco
lippescō
verb
to become blear-eyed

lippidus
lippidus
cross-reference

lippio
lippiō
verb
to haw watery or inflamed eyes

lippitudo
lippitūdō
noun
blearedness

lipposus
lippōsus
adjective
blear-eyed

lippulus
lippulus
adjective
somewhat blear-eyed

lippus
lippus
adjective
blear-eyed

Lips
Lips
cross-reference

Lips
Lips
adjective
Antaeus

liquabilis
liquābilis
adjective
that may be melted or dissolved

liquamen
liquāmen
noun
a liquid mixture

liquamentum
liquāmentum
noun
a mixture

liquaminarius
liquāminārius
cross-reference

liquaminatus
liquāminātus
adjective
furnished with gravy

liquaminosus
liquāminōsus
adjective
full of gravy

liquarius
liquārius
adjective
of or pertaining to liquids

liquatio
liquātiō
noun
a melting

liquatorium
liquātōrium
noun
a filter

liquefacio
liquefaciō
verb
to make liquid

liquefactio
liquefactiō
noun

liquefactus
liquefactus
adjective

liquefio
liquefīō
verb
to make liquid

liquens
liquens
cross-reference

liquens
līquens
cross-reference

Liquentia
Liquentia
noun
a river in Venetia

liqueo
liqueō
verb
to be fluid or liquid

liquesco
liquescō
verb
to become fluid or liquid

liquet
liquet
cross-reference

liquide
liquidē
adverb
clearly

liquide
liquidē
adverb

liquiditas
liquiditās
noun
liquidity

liquidiusculus
liquidiusculus
adjective
adj. comp. dim

liquido
liquidō
adverb
clearly

liquidum
liquidum
noun
a liquid

liquidum
līquidum
noun
a liquid

liquidum
līquidum
noun
clearness

liquidum
liquidum
noun
clearness

liquidus
līquidus
adjective
flowing

liquidus
liquidus
adjective
flowing

liquiritia
liquirītia
noun
liquorice

liquis
līquis
adjective
oblique

liquo
liquō
verb
to make liquid

liquor
līquor
verb
to be fluid or liquid

liquor
liquor
noun
fluidness

lira
līra
noun
the earth thrown up between two furrows

liratim
līrātim
adverb
by furrows

Lirenas
Līrēnas
adjective
of or belonging to the Liris

Lirenas
Līrēnas
cross-reference

Lirinas
Līrīnas
cross-reference

Lirinas
Līrīnas
adjective
of or belonging to the Liris

Lirinensis
Līrīnensis
cross-reference
adj.

Lirinensis
Līrīnensis
cross-reference

lirinon
līrinon
noun
oil of lilies

Lirinus
Līrīnus
noun
an island on the coast of

lirion
līrion
noun
a lily

Liriope
Līriopē
noun
a fountain-nymph

Liris
Līris
noun
a river between Latium and Campania

liro
līrō
verb
to plough or harrow in

liroe
līroē
adverb
trifles

lis
līs
noun
a strife

Lissum
Lissum
noun
a city in southern Dalmatia

Lissus
Lissus
noun
a city in southern Dalmatia

Lit
Lit
cross-reference

litabilis
litābilis
adjective
fit for sacrifice

litamen
litāmen
noun
a sacrifice

Litana
Litāna
noun
a forest in

Litana silva
Litāna silva
noun
a forest in

litania
litanīa
noun
a public form of prayer to God

litatio
litātiō
noun
a fortunate or successful sacrifice

litato
litātō
adverb

litera
lītera
noun
a letter

litera
lītera
cross-reference

literalis
līterālis
adjective
of or belonging to letters or writing

literarius
līterārius
adjective
of or belonging to reading and writing

literatio
līterātiō
noun
instruction in reading and writing

literator
līterātor
noun
A teacher of reading and writing

literatorius
līterātōrius
adjective
grammatical

literatulus
līterātulus
adjective
somewhat learned

literatura
līterātūra
noun
A writing

literatus
līterātus
adjective
lettered

literio
līteriō
noun
a language-master

Literninum
Līternīnum
cross-reference
an estate of Scipio Africanus

Literninus
Līternīnus
adjective
adj.

Liternum
Līternum
noun
an estate of Scipio Africanus

Liternum
Līternum
noun
a city of Campania

Liternus
Līternus
adjective
adj.

literosus
līterōsus
adjective
literary

literosus
līterōsus
cross-reference

literula
līterula
cross-reference

literula
līterula
noun
A little letter

lithanicus
lithānicus
noun
one suffering from the stone

lithargyros
lithargyros
noun
the spume of silver

lithargyrus
lithargyrus
noun
the spume of silver

lithizon
lithīzōn
noun

lithospermon
lithospermon
noun
a plant

lithostrotum
lithostrōtum
noun
mosaicwork

lithostrotus
lithostrōtus
adjective
inlaid with stones

lithotomia
lithotomia
noun
lithotomy

liticen
liticen
noun
a clarionblower

litigans
lītigans
adjective
a quarrelsome person

litigans
lītigans
adjective

litigatio
lītigātiō
noun
a dispute

litigator
lītigātor
noun
one engaged in a dispute

litigatus
lītigātus
noun
a lawsuit

litiger
lītiger
adjective
belonging to legal process

litigiose
lītigiōsē
adverb
contentiously

litigiosus
lītigiōsus
adjective
full of disputes

litigium
lītigium
noun
a dispute

litigo
lītigō
verb
to dispute

lito
litō
verb
a.

litoralis
lītorālis
adjective
of or belonging to the sea-shore

litorarius
lītorārius
adjective
of or belonging to the shore

litoreus
lītoreus
adjective
of or belonging to the sea-shore

litorosus
lītorōsus
adjective
of or belonging to the shore

littera
littera
noun
a letter

Littera
Littera
noun
a letter

litteralis
litterālis
adjective
of or belonging to letters or writing

litterarius
litterārius
adjective
of or belonging to reading and writing

litterate
litterātē
adverb
With plain letters

litteratio
litterātiō
noun
instruction in reading and writing

litterator
litterātor
noun
A teacher of reading and writing

litteratorius
litterātōrius
adjective
grammatical

litteratrix
litterātrix
cross-reference

litteratulus
litterātulus
adjective
somewhat learned

litteratura
litterātūra
noun
A writing

litteratus
litterātus
adjective
lettered

litterio
litteriō
noun
a language-master

litterosus
litterōsus
adjective
literary

litterula
litterula
noun
A little letter

littus
littus
adverb

littus
littus
noun
the sea-shore

Litubium
Litubium
noun
a town in Liguria

litura
litūra
noun
a smearing

liturarius
litūrārius
adjective
of or for rubbing out

liturarius
litūrārius
noun
books kept for the first rough drafts of writings

liturgus
līturgus
noun
one who fills a public office

lituro
litūrō
verb
to rub or blot out

litus
litus
noun
a smearing

litus
lītus
noun
the sea-shore

litus
litus
adjective

lituus
lituus
noun
The crooked staff borne by the augurs

livedo
līvēdō
noun
blueness

livens
līvens
adjective

livens
līvens
adjective

liventer
līventer
adverb
lividly

liveo
līveō
verb
to be of a bluish color

livesco
līvescō
verb
to turn black and blue

Livia
Līvia
noun
the second wife of Augustus

Livianus
Līviānus
adjective
Livian

livide
līvidē
adverb
of a leaden color

lividinans
līvidinans
adjective
envious

livido
līvidō
verb
to render livid

lividulus
līvidulus
adjective
somewhat envious

lividus
līvidus
adjective
of a blue or leaden color

Livilla
Līvilla
noun
the daughter of Germanicus and Agrippina

Livius
Līvius
adjective
Livian

Livius
Līvius
noun
name of a Roman gens

livor
līvor
noun
bluish color

lix
lix
noun
ashes

lixa
lixa
noun
a sutler

lixabundus
lixābundus
cross-reference
journeying at pleasure

lixae
lixaē
adverb
camp-followers

lixio
lixiō
noun
a sutler

lixivia
lixīvia
noun
lye

lixivium
lixīvium
noun
lye

lixivius
lixīvius
adjective
made into lye

lixivum
lixīvum
noun
lye

lixivus
lixīvus
adjective
made into lye

lixo
lixō
cross-reference
to boil

lixula
lixula
noun
a round pancake made of flour

Lixus
Lixus
noun
a river in Mauritania

loba
loba
noun
The haulm or straw of Indian millet

localis
locālis
adjective
of or belonging to a place

localitas
locālitās
noun
locality

localiter
locāliter
adverb
locally

locarium
locārium
noun
rent paid for a stall

locarius
locārius
noun
one who first took possession of a seat in the theatre and let it out to one who came later

locarius
locārius
adjective
of or belonging to letting

locatarius
locātārius
cross-reference
a contractor

locaticius
locātīcius
adjective
let

locatio
locātiō
noun
a placing

locatitius
locātītius
cross-reference

locatius
locātius
adjective
let

locator
locātor
noun
one who lets

locatorius
locātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to letting or hiring out

locatum
locātum
noun
that which is placed on lease

locatus
locātus
adjective

locellus
locellus
noun
a little place

Lochia
Lochīa
noun
a surname of Diana

locito
locitō
verb
to let or hire out

loco
locō
verb
to place

Locrensis
Locrensis
noun
the Locrians

Locrensis
Locrensis
adjective
of or belonging to the Epizephyrian Locrians

Locris
Locris
noun
the country of Locris

Locris
Lōcris
noun
the country of Locris

Locrus
Locrus
noun
A people of Greece

Locrus
Lōcrus
noun
A people of Greece

loculamentum
loculāmentum
noun
a case

locularis
loculāris
adjective
kept in boxes

loculatus
loculātus
adjective
furnished with compartments or divisions

loculosus
loculōsus
adjective
full of little compartments or cells

loculus
loculus
noun
a little place

locum
locum
noun
a place

locuples
locūples
adjective
rich in lands

locuples
locuples
adjective
rich in lands

locupletatio
locuplētātiō
noun
an enriching

locupletatio
locūplētātiō
noun
an enriching

locupletator
locuplētātor
noun
an enricher

locupletator
locūplētātor
noun
an enricher

locuplete
locūplētē
adverb
richly

locuplete
locuplētē
adverb
richly

locupleto
locuplētō
verb
to make rich

locupleto
locūplētō
verb
to make rich

locus
locus
noun
a place

Locus Castorum
Locus Castorum
expression
nom. propr

locusta
lōcusta
noun
a marine shell-fish

Locusta
Lōcusta
noun
name of a man

Locusta
Locusta
noun
a woman famous for her skill in poisons

locusta
locusta
noun
a marine shell-fish

locutio
locūtiō
noun
a speaking

Locutius
Locutius
cross-reference

locutor
locūtor
noun
one who speaks

locutuleia
locūtulēia
noun
a female babbler

locutuleius
locūtulēius
adjective
babbling

locutuleius
locūtulēius
noun
a talker

locutuleus
locūtuleus
adjective
prating

locutus
locūtus
noun
a speaking

locutus
locūtus
adjective

lodicula
lōdīcula
noun
a small coverlet

lodix
lōdix
noun
a coverlet

Loebasius
Loebasius
cross-reference

loebertas
loebertas
cross-reference

loebertas
loebertās
noun
the state or condition of a freeman

loebesum
loebesum
cross-reference

loedoria
loedoria
noun
open reviling

logaoediacus
logaoediacus
adjective
logaaedic

logaoedicus
logaoedicus
adjective
logaaedic

logarion
logarion
noun
a little account-book

logarium
logarium
noun
a little account-book

logeum
logēum
noun
that part of the stage on which the actors spoke

logica
logica
noun
logic

logice
logicē
noun
logic

logista
logista
noun
an accountant

Logistoricus
Logistoricus
noun
a lost work of Varro

logium
logium
noun
that part of the stage on which the actors spoke

logodaedalia
logodaedalia
noun
an excessive nicety in one's words

logographus
logographus
noun
an accountant

logos
logos
noun
a word

logus
logus
noun
a word

loliaceus
loliāceus
adjective
of darnel

loliarius
loliārius
adjective
of or belonging to darnel

loligiuncula
lōlīgiuncula
noun
a little cuttlefish

loligo
lōlīgō
noun
the cuttle-fish

loliguncula
lōlīguncula
noun
a little cuttlefish

lolium
lolium
noun
darnel

Lollia
Lollia
noun
Lollia Paulina

Lollianus
Lolliānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Lollius

lolligiuncula
lolligiuncula
noun
a little cuttlefish

Lollius
Lollius
adjective
name of a Roman gens. So

lolloligiuncula
lollōlīgiuncula
noun
a little cuttlefish

lolloligo
lollōlīgō
noun
the cuttle-fish

lomentarius
lōmentārius
cross-reference
one who makes or sells

lomentum
lōmentum
noun
a mixture of bean-meal and rice kneaded together

lonchitis
lonchītis
noun
a plant

lonchoton
lonchōton
noun
a kind of copperas

lonchus
lonchus
noun
a lance

Londiniensis
Londīniensis
adjective
of London

Londinium
Londīnium
noun
a city in Britain

longabo
longabō
noun
the straight gut

longabo
longabō
noun

longaeva
longaeva
noun
an old woman

longaevitas
longaevitās
noun
long life

longaevus
longaevus
adjective
of great age

longanimis
longanimis
adjective
long-suffering

longanimitas
longanimitās
noun
long-suffering

longanimiter
longanimiter
adverb
with long-suffering

longano
longanō
noun
the straight gut

longanon
longanon
noun
the straight gut

Longanus
Longānus
adjective
inhabitant of Longula

longao
longaō
noun
the straight gut

longavo
longavō
noun
the straight gut

longe
longē
adverb
long

longicia
longicia
noun
length

longiloquium
longiloquium
noun
a long speech

Longimanus
Longimanus
noun
a surname of Artaxerxes

longinque
longinquē
adverb
a long way off

longinquitas
longinquitās
noun
length

longinquo
longinquō
adverb
a long way off

longinquo
longinquō
verb
to remove to a distance

longinquom
longinquom
adverb
a long way off

longinquus
longinquus
adjective
long

Longinus
Longīnus
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Cassia.

longipes
longipēs
adjective
longfooted

longisco
longiscō
verb
to become long

longiter
longiter
adverb
far

longitia
longitia
noun
length

longitrorsus
longitrorsus
cross-reference

longitudo
longitūdō
noun
length

longiturnitas
longiturnitas
noun
duration

longiturnus
longiturnus
adjective
long

longiuscule
longiusculē
adverb
rather far

longiusculus
longiusculus
adjective
rather long

longivivax
longivīvax
adjective
long-lived

Longobardus
Longobardus
noun

Longula
Longula
noun
a Volscian city in the neighborhood of Corioli

Longulanus
Longulānus
noun
the inhabitants of Longula

longule
longulē
adverb
rather far

longulus
longulus
adjective
rather long

longum
longum
adverb
long

Longuntica
Longuntica
noun
a city in

longurio
longuriō
noun
a tall fellow

longurius
longurius
noun
a long pole

longus
longus
adjective
long

Lopadusa
Lopadusa
noun
an island on the coast of Africa

lopas
lopas
cross-reference

lopas
lopas
noun
a kind of shell-fish that adheres closely to rocks

loquacitas
loquācitās
noun
talkativeness

loquaciter
loquāciter
adverb
talkatively

loquaculus
loquāculus
adjective
somewhat loquacious

loquax
loquax
adjective
talkative

loquela
loquēla
noun
speech

loquelaris
loquēlāris
adjective
of or belonging to speech

loquella
loquella
noun
speech

loquentia
loquentia
noun
a talking

loquitor
loquitor
verb
to speak much

loquor
loquor
verb
to speak

loqutus
loqūtus
adjective

loquutio
loquūtiō
noun
a speaking

loquutor
loquūtor
noun
one who speaks

loquutus
loquūtus
noun
a speaking

lora
lōra
noun
a thong

lora
lōra
cross-reference
the reins

lora
lora
noun
a small or thin wine made of the husks of grapes

lora
lōra
cross-reference

Loracina
Loracīna
noun
a river near Antium

loramentum
lōrāmentum
noun
a thong

lorarius
lōrārius
noun
a harness-maker

loratus
lōrātus
adjective
bound with thongs

lorea
lorea
noun
wine of the second press

loretum
lōrētum
cross-reference

Loretum
Lōrētum
noun
a laurel-grove

loreus
lōreus
adjective
of thongs

lorica
lōrīca
noun
a leather cuirass

loricarius
lōrīcārius
adjective
of or pertaining to cuirasses

loricarius
lōrīcārius
cross-reference
a maker of cuirasses

loricatio
lōrīcātiō
noun
a clothing in armor

loricatus
lōricātus
adjective
P. a.

loricifer
lōrīcifer
cross-reference

lorico
lōrīcō
verb
to clothe in mail

loricula
lōrīcula
noun
a small breastplate

loriola
loriola
noun
wine of the second press

loripes
lōripēs
adjective
strapfooted

lorum
lōrum
noun
a thong

lorus
lōrus
noun
a thong

Lorymum
Lōrymum
noun
a seaport in Carta

Lot
Lōt
noun
Lot

lotaster
lōtaster
noun
the wild lotus

lotio
lōtiō
noun
a washing

lotiolente
lōtiōlentē
adverb
foully

Lotis
Lōtis
noun
a nymph

lotium
lōtium
noun
urine

lotometra
lōtomētra
noun
a species of lotus

Lotophagitis
Lōtophagītis
noun
the island of the lotus-eaters

Lotophagus
Lōtophagus
noun
an African people on the Lesser Syrtis

Lotos
Lōtos
noun
a nymph

lotos
lōtos
noun
The name of several plants

lotura
lōtūra
noun
a washing

lotus
lōtus
noun
The name of several plants

lotus
lōtus
noun
a washing

Loxias
Loxias
cross-reference
a surname of Apollo

Lua
Lua
noun
a goddess who expiated the blood shed in battle

lubens
lubens
cross-reference

lubens
lubens
adjective
P. a.

lubens
lubens
adjective

lubenter
lubenter
cross-reference

lubenter
lubenter
adverb
willingly

Lubentia
Lubentia
noun
the goddess of delight

lubentia
lubentia
noun
delight

Lubentina
Lubentīna
noun
the goddess of sensual pleasure

lubeo
lubeō
verb
it pleases

lubet
lubet
cross-reference

lubidinitas
lubīdinitās
noun
desire

lubidinor
lubīdinor
verb
to indulge or gratify lust

lubidinosus
lubīdinōsus
adjective
full of desire

lubido
lubīdō
noun
pleasure

lubido
lubīdō
noun

lubricitas
lubricitās
noun
slipperiness

lubricitas
lūbricitās
noun
slipperiness

lubrico
lūbricō
verb
to make smooth or slippery

lubricum
lūbricum
noun
a slippery place

lubricum
lūbricum
noun
a slippery or hazardous state

lubricus
lūbricus
adjective
slippery

Luca
Lūca
noun
a city of Etruria

Luca
Lūca
noun
Lucanian

Luca bos
Lūca bōs
cross-reference

Lucagus
Lūcagus
noun
the name of a warrior

lucana
lūcāna
cross-reference

Lucania
Lūcānia
noun
the district of Lucania

lucanica
lūcānica
noun
a kind of meat sausage invented by the Lucanians

lucanicum
lūcānicum
cross-reference

lucanicus
lūcānicus
cross-reference

Lucanicus
Lūcānicus
adjective
Lucanian

Lucanus
Lūcānus
noun
a people in Lower Italy

Lucanus
Lūcānus
noun
a surname of the poet

Lucanus
Lūcānus
adjective
adj.

lucar
lūcar
noun
a forest-tax for the support of players

lucare
lūcāre
noun
the grove-festival

lucaris
lūcāris
adjective
of or belonging to a grove

Lucarium
Lūcārium
cross-reference

Lucas
Lūcās
noun
St. Luke

Lucas
Lūcās
noun
Lucanian

Lucceius
Luccēius
noun
a Roman name

luce
lūcē
adverb
abl. adv.

Luceium
Luceium
noun
a castle or fortress in Galatia

lucellum
lucellum
noun
a small gain

lucens
lūcens
adjective
P. a.

lucens
lūcens
adjective

Lucensis
Lūcensis
adjective

Lucensis
Lūcensis
adjective
of Lucca

luceo
lūceō
verb
to be light or clear

Lucerensis
Lūcerensis
noun
an Etruscan tribe

Lucerensis
Lucerensis
noun
an Etruscan tribe

Luceresis
Lūcerēsis
noun
an Etruscan tribe

Luceria
Lūceria
noun
an ancient city of Apulia

Lucerinus
Lūcerīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Luceria

Lucerinus
Lūcerīnus
adjective
adj.

lucerna
lucerna
noun
a lamp

lucernaria
lucernāria
noun
the plant

lucernaris
lucernāris
adjective
of or belonging to a lamp

lucernarium
lucernārium
noun
the time when the lamps are lighted

lucernarius
lucernārius
cross-reference
a lampstand

lucernatus
lucernātus
adjective
furnished

lucernula
lucernula
noun
a small lamp

Lucers
Lūcers
noun
an Etruscan tribe

Lucers
Lucers
noun
an Etruscan tribe

lucesco
lūcescō
verb
to begin to shine

lucet
lūcet
cross-reference

Lucetia
Lūcetia
noun
light-bringer

Lucetius
Lūcetius
noun
light-bringer

luci
lūcī
adverb

Lucia
Lūcia
cross-reference
the slave of a Lucius

Lucia
Lucia
noun
a country of Asia Minor

lucibilis
lūcibilis
cross-reference
bright

lucide
lūcidē
adverb

lucide
lūcidē
adverb

lucidus
lūcidus
adjective
containing light

lucifer
lūcifer
adjective
light-bringing

Lucifer
Lūcifer
noun
The morning-star

lucifico
lūcificō
verb
to make bright

lucificus
lūcificus
adjective
light-making

lucifluus
lūcifluus
adjective
lightstreaming

lucifuga
lūcifuga
noun
lightfleeing

lucifugax
lūcifugax
adjective
lightshunning

lucifugus
lūcifugus
adjective
light-shunning

Lucilianus
Lūciliānus
adjective
Lucilian

Lucilius
Lūcīlius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

Lucina
Lūcīna
noun

Lucina
Lūcīna
noun

lucinium
lūcinium
cross-reference
a glowworm

lucinus
lūcīnus
adjective
lightbringing

lucinus
lūcīnus
cross-reference

luciparens
lūciparens
adjective
light-bearing

lucipetus
lūcipetus
adjective
seeking light

Lucipor
Lucipor
cross-reference
the slave of a Lucius

Lucipor
Lūcipor
cross-reference

lucisator
lūcisator
noun
lightproducer

lucisco
lūciscō
verb
to begin to shine

lucisco
lūciscō
verb

lucius
lūcius
noun
a fish

Lucius
Lūcius
noun
a Roman praenomen

lucmo
lucmō
noun
one possessed

lucmon
lucmon
noun
one possessed

Lucomedi
Lucomedī
adverb

lucomo
lucomō
noun
one possessed

Lucomones
Lucomōnes
noun

lucratio
lūcrātiō
noun
a gaining

lucratio
lucrātiō
noun
a gaining

lucrativus
lūcrātīvus
adjective
gaining

lucrativus
lucrātīvus
adjective
gaining

lucrator
lucrātor
noun
he who gains

lucrator
lūcrātor
noun
he who gains

Lucretia
Lucrētia
cross-reference
daughter of Sp. Lucretius Tricipitinus

Lucretia
Lucrētia
noun

Lucretia
Lūcrētia
noun

Lucretia
Lūcrētia
cross-reference
daughter of Sp. Lucretius Tricipitinus

Lucretilis
Lucrētilis
noun
a mountain in the Sabine territory

Lucretilis
Lūcrētilis
noun
a mountain in the Sabine territory

Lucretinus
Lūcrētīnus
adjective
of or near the mountain

Lucretinus
Lucrētīnus
adjective
of or near the mountain

Lucretius
Lucrētius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens.

Lucretius
Lūcrētius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens.

lucricupido
lucrīcupīdō
noun
the passion for gain

lucricupido
lūcrīcupīdō
noun
the passion for gain

lucrifacio
lucrifaciō
verb
to gain

lucrifacio
lūcrifaciō
verb
to gain

lucrificabilis
lucrificābilis
adjective
gainful

lucrificabilis
lūcrificābilis
adjective
gainful

lucrifico
lucrificō
verb
to gain

lucrifico
lūcrificō
verb
to gain

lucrificus
lūcrificus
adjective
gainful

lucrificus
lucrificus
adjective
gainful

lucrifio
lucrifīō
verb
to gain

lucrifio
lūcrifīō
verb
to gain

lucrifuga
lucrifuga
noun
gain-fleeing

lucrifuga
lūcrifuga
noun
gain-fleeing

Lucrinensis
Lūcrīnensis
adjective
adj.

Lucrinensis
Lucrīnensis
adjective
adj.

Lucrinum
Lucrīnum
adjective
of or belonging to Lake Lucrinus

Lucrinum
Lūcrīnum
adjective
of or belonging to Lake Lucrinus

Lucrinus
Lūcrīnus
noun
the Lucrine Lake

Lucrinus
Lucrīnus
noun
the Lucrine Lake

Lucrinus
Lūcrīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Lake Lucrinus

Lucrinus
Lucrīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Lake Lucrinus

lucrio
lūcriō
noun
one fond of gain

lucrio
lucriō
noun
one fond of gain

lucripeta
lucripeta
noun
a gainseeker

lucripeta
lūcripeta
noun
a gainseeker

lucripetis
lucripetis
noun

lucripetis
lūcripetis
noun

lucrius
lucrius
adjective
of or pertaining to gain

lucrius
lūcrius
adjective
of or pertaining to gain

lucror
lucror
verb
to gain

lucror
lūcror
verb
to gain

lucrose
lucrōsē
adverb
profitably

lucrosus
lūcrōsus
adjective
gainful

lucrosus
lucrōsus
adjective
gainful

lucrum
lucrum
noun
gain

lucrum
lūcrum
noun
gain

lucta
lucta
noun
a wrestling

luctamen
luctāmen
noun
a wrestling

luctans
luctans
adjective
P. a.

luctans
luctans
adjective

Luctatianus
Luctātiānus
adjective

luctatio
luctātiō
noun
a wrestling

Luctatius
Luctātius
cross-reference

Luctatius
Luctātius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens. So

luctator
luctātor
noun
a wrestler

luctatus
luctātus
noun
a wrestling

luctifer
luctifer
adjective
grief - bringing

luctificabilis
luctificābilis
adjective
sorrowful

luctificus
luctificus
adjective
causing sorrow or lamentation

luctisonus
luctisonus
adjective
sad-sounding

luctito
luctitō
verb
to wrestle violently

lucto
luctō
verb

luctor
luctor
verb
to wrestle

luctuose
luctuōsē
adverb
dolefully

luctuosus
luctuōsus
adjective
full of sorrow

Luctus
Luctus
noun
the god of grief

luctus
luctus
noun
sorrow

lucu
lūcū
cross-reference
abl. adv

lucubratio
lūcūbrātiō
noun
a working by lamp-light

lucubratio
lūcubrātiō
noun
a working by lamp-light

lucubratiuncula
lūcubrātiuncula
noun
a working by night

lucubratiuncula
lūcūbrātiuncula
noun
a working by night

lucubratorius
lūcūbrātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a night-student

lucubratorius
lūcubrātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a night-student

lucubro
lūcūbrō
verb
to work by lamp-light

lucubro
lūcubrō
verb
to work by lamp-light

lucubrum
lūcubrum
cross-reference

luculentas
lūculentās
noun
splendor

luculente
lūculentē
adverb
splendidly

luculenter
lūculenter
adverb
splendidly

luculentia
lūculentia
noun
brilliancy

luculentitas
lūculentitās
noun
excellence

luculentus
lūculentus
adjective
full of light

Lucullanus
Lūcullānus
adjective
adj.

Luculleus
Lūcullēus
adjective
adj.

Lucullianus
Lūculliānus
adjective
adj.

Lucullus
Lūcullus
noun
a family name in the gens Licinia. The most celebrated is L. Licinius Lucullus

luculus
lūculus
noun
a small grove

lucumo
lucumō
noun
one possessed

Lucumonius
Lucumōnius
noun
an Etruscan

lucuna
lucūna
noun
a ditch

lucuna
lucuna
noun

lucunculus
lucunculus
noun
a kind of pastry

lucuns
lucuns
noun
a kind of pastry

lucus
lūcus
noun
light

Lucus
Lūcus
noun
Lucus

lucus
lūcus
noun
a wood

Lucusta
Lūcusta
noun

lucusta
lucusta
noun
a marine shell-fish

Lucusta
Lūcusta
noun
a woman famous for her skill in poisons

ludia
lūdia
noun
An actress

ludiarius
lūdiārius
adjective
of or belonging to players

ludibriose
lūdibriosē
adverb
scornfully

ludibriose
lūdībriosē
adverb
scornfully

ludibriosus
lūdibriōsus
adjective
full of mockery or scorn

ludibriosus
lūdībriōsus
adjective
full of mockery or scorn

ludibrium
lūdībrium
noun
a mockery

ludibrium
lūdibrium
noun
a mockery

ludibrosus
lūdībrōsus
adjective
ridiculous

ludibrosus
lūdibrōsus
adjective
ridiculous

ludibundus
lūdibundus
adjective
playful

ludicer
lūdicer
adjective
that serves for sport

ludicre
lūdicrē
adverb
in sport

ludicre
lūdīcrē
adverb
in sport

ludicror
lūdicror
verb
to joke

ludicror
lūdīcror
verb
to joke

ludicrum
lūdicrum
noun
A show

ludicrum
lūdīcrum
noun
A show

ludicrus
lūdīcrus
adjective
that serves for sport

ludicrus
lūdicrus
adjective
that serves for sport

ludicrus
lūdicrus
cross-reference

ludicrus
lūdīcrus
cross-reference

ludifacio
lūdifaciō
verb
to make game of

ludificabilis
lūdificābilis
adjective
with which one makes game of

ludificatio
lūdificātiō
noun
a making game

ludificator
lūdificātor
noun
one who makes game of

ludificatorius
lūdificātōrius
adjective
that makes game of

ludificatus
lūdificātus
noun
a mocking

ludificor
lūdificor
verb
to make game

ludifico
lūdificō
verb
to make sport of

ludimagister
lūdīmagister
noun
a school-master

ludi magister
lūdī magister
noun
a school-master

ludimentum
lūdimentum
cross-reference

ludio
lūdiō
noun
a stage-player

luditor
lūditor
cross-reference

Ludius
Lūdius
noun

ludius
lūdius
noun
A stageplayer

ludivagus
lūdivagus
adjective
sportive

ludo
lūdō
verb
to play

ludor
lūdor
noun
a player

ludus
lūdus
noun
a play

luela
luēla
noun
an expiation

luella
luella
noun
an expiation

lues
luēs
noun
a plague

lues
luēs
noun
that which is not bound

Lugdunensis
Lugdūnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Lugdunum

Lugdunum
Lugdūnum
noun
a city of Gaul

lugeo
lūgeō
verb
to mourn

lugubre
lūgūbre
noun
mourning garments

lugubre
lūgūbrē
adverb
mournfully

lugubre
lūgubrē
adverb
mournfully

lugubre
lūgubre
noun
mourning garments

lugubris
lūgubris
adjective
of or belonging to mourning

lugubris
lūgūbris
adjective
of or belonging to mourning

lugubriter
lūgubriter
adverb
mournfully

lugubriter
lūgubriter
adverb

lugubriter
lūgūbriter
adverb

lugubriter
lūgūbriter
adverb
mournfully

luis
luis
cross-reference

luis
luis
noun
a plague

luitio
luitiō
noun
a paying

luma
lūma
noun
A thorn

lumarius
lūmārius
adjective
of or for thorns

lumbago
lumbāgō
noun
lumbago

lumbare
lumbāre
noun
an apron for the loins

lumbellus
lumbellus
noun
a little loin

lumbifragium
lumbifragium
noun
a breaking of the loins

lumbricosus
lumbrīcōsus
adjective
full of intestinal worms

lumbricus
lumbrīcus
noun
an intestinal worm

lumbulus
lumbulus
noun
a little loin

lumbus
lumbus
noun
a loin

lumectum
lūmectum
noun
a thicket of thorns

lumen
lūmen
noun
light

luminare
lūmināre
noun
that whieh gives light

luminator
lūminātor
noun
a giver of light

luminatus
lūminātus
adjective

luminatus
lūminātus
adjective
P a

lumino
lūminō
verb
to light up

luminosus
lūminōsus
adjective
full of light

Luna
Lūna
noun
a city of Etruria

Luna
Lūna
noun
the Moon-goddess

luna
lūna
noun
the moon

lunaris
lūnāris
adjective
of or belonging to the moon

lunaticus
lūnāticus
noun
a crazy person

lunaticus
lūnāticus
adjective
Living on the moon

lunatus
lūnātus
adjective

lunatus
lūnātus
adjective
P. a.

lunchus
lunchus
noun
a lance

lunchus
lunchus
cross-reference

Lundinium
Lundīnium
noun
a city in Britain

Lunensis
Lūnensis
noun
the inhabitants of Luna

Lunensis
Lūnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Luna

Lunensis
Lūnensis
adjective

Luniensis
Lūniensis
adjective
of or belonging to Luna

luno
lūnō
verb
to bend like a half-moon or crescent

lunula
lūnula
noun
a little moon

Lunus
Lūnus
noun
the Moon-god

luo
luō
verb
to wash

luo
luō
verb
to loose

lupa
lupa
noun
a she-wolf

lupanar
lupānar
noun
a house of ill-repute

lupanaris
lupānāris
adjective
belonging to or characteristic of a lewd woman

lupanarium
lupānārium
noun

lupanus
lupānus
adjective
lewd

luparia
lupāria
noun
brothels

luparius
lupārius
noun
a wolf-hunter

lupatum
lupātum
noun
a curb armed with sharp teeth

lupatus
lupātus
adjective
furnished with wolf's teeth

lupatus
lupātus
noun
a curb armed with sharp teeth

Luperca
Luperca
noun
a goddess of the old Romans

Lupercal
Lupercal
noun
a grotto on the Palatine Hill

Lupercalia
Lupercālia
noun
the festival of the Lycean Pan (Lupercus)

Lupercalis
Lupercālis
adjective
of or belonging to the Lupercalia

Lupercus
Lupercus
noun
The Roman name of the Lycean Pan

Lupia
Lūpia
noun
plur.

Lupia
Lupia
noun
plur.

Lupia
Lupia
noun
a river in the north-west of Germany

Lupicinus
Lupicīnus
noun
the name of a man

lupillus
lupillus
noun
a small lupine

lupinaceus
lupīnāceus
adjective
of or made of lupines

lupinarius
lupīnārius
adjective
of or for lupines

lupinarius
lupīnārius
noun
dealers in lupines

lupinum
lupīnum
noun
a lupine

lupinus
lupīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a wolf

lupinus
lupīnus
noun
a lupine

lupor
lupor
verb
to associate with lewd women

Lupodunum
Lūpodūnum
noun
a German town near the sources of the Danube

Luppia
Luppia
noun
a river in the north-west of Germany

lupula
lupula
noun
a little she-wolf

Lupus
Lupus
noun
a surname in the gens Rutilia

lupus
lupus
noun
a wolf

lura
lūra
noun
a thong

lurchabundus
lurchābundus
adjective
voracious

lurchinabundus
lurchinābundus
adjective
voracious

lurcho
lurchō
noun
a gormandizer

lurcinabundus
lurcinābundus
adjective
voracious

Lurco
Lurcō
noun
a Roman surname

lurcor
lurcor
verb
to eat voraciously

lurcor
lurcor
verb
to eat voraciously

lurco
lurcō
noun
a gormandizer

Lurconianus
Lurcōniānus
adjective
of or belonging to Lurco

luridatus
lūridātus
adjective
besmeared

luridus
lūridus
adjective
pale yellow

luror
lūror
noun
a yellowish color

luscinia
luscinia
noun

lusciniola
lusciniola
noun
a little nightingale

luscinius
luscinius
adjective
blinded

luscinius
luscinius
noun

luscinius
luscinius
noun
a nightingale

luscinus
luscinus
noun

Luscinus
Luscinus
noun
a Roman surname

luscinus
luscinus
noun

luscinus
luscinus
adjective
oneeyed

luscinus
luscinus
noun
one-eyed persons

lusciosus
lusciōsus
adjective
that cannot see in the dusk or by lamp-light

lusciosus
lusciōsus
cross-reference

luscitio
luscitiō
noun
dimness of sight

luscitiosus
luscitiōsus
adjective
that cannot see in the dusk or by lamp-light

luscitius
luscitius
noun

luscus
luscus
adjective
one-eyed: Le

lusio
lūsiō
noun
a playing

Lusitania
Lūsitānia
noun
the western part of Spain

Lusitanus
Lūsitānus
noun
the Lusitanians

Lusitanus
Lūsitānus
adjective
of or belonging to Lusitania

lusito
lūsitō
verb
to play often or habitually

Lusius
Lusius
noun
a river of Arcadia

lusor
lūsor
noun
one who plays

lusoria
lūsōria
noun
vessel for pleasure

lusorie
lūsōriē
adverb
playfully

lusorium
lūsōrium
noun
a place where shows of gladiators and wild beasts were given

lusorius
lūsōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a player

lustrabilis
lustrābilis
adjective
conspicuous

lustrago
lustrāgō
noun
a plant

lustralis
lustrālis
noun
the collector of this tax

lustralis
lustrālis
adjective
relating to purification from guilt or the appeasing of the gods

lustramen
lustrāmen
noun
a means of purification

lustramentum
lustrāmentum
noun
a means of purification

lustramentum
lustrāmentum
noun
an incentive to lust

lustratio
lustrātiō
noun
a purification by sacrifice

lustrator
lustrātor
noun
A purifier

lustricus
lustricus
adjective
of or belonging to purification

lustrificus
lustrificus
adjective
purifying

lustro
lustrō
noun
wanderer

lustror
lustror
verb
to frequent places of ill-repute

lustro
lustrō
verb
to purify by means of a propitiatory offering

lustrum
lustrum
noun
a purificatory sacrifice

lustrum
lustrum
noun
a slough

lusus
lūsus
noun
a playing

lusus
lūsus
adjective

lutamentum
lutāmentum
noun
that which is made of mud or clay

lutarius
lutārius
adjective
of or be longing to mud

Lutatianus (Luct
Lutātiānus (Luct
prefix
of or belonging to a Lutatius

Lutatius
Lutātius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens. So

lutea
lūtea
noun

lutensis
lutensis
adjective
found or living in mud

luteolus
lūteolus
adjective
yellowish

luter
lūtēr
noun
a hand-basin

lutesco
lutescō
verb
to turn to mud

Lutetia
Lutetia
noun
a city in

luteum
lūteum
cross-reference

luteum
lūteum
noun
yellow

luteus
luteus
adjective
of mud or clay

luteus
lūteus
adjective
of or belonging to the yellow-weed

lutito
lūtitō
verb
to bedaub

luto
lutō
verb
to bedaub with mud or clay

luto
lūtō
verb
to pay

lutor
lūtor
noun
a washer

lutosus
lutōsus
adjective
full of mud or loam

lutra
lūtra
noun
an otter

lutulente
lutulentē
adverb
impurely

lutulentus
lutulentus
adjective
muddy

lutulo
lutulō
verb
to bespatter with mud

lutum
lutum
noun
mud

lutum
lūtum
noun
a plant used in dyeing yellow

lutus
lutus
noun
mud

lutus
lutus
noun

lux
lux
noun
light

luxatio
luxātiō
cross-reference
a dislocation

luxatura
luxātūra
noun
a dislocation

luxo
luxō
verb
to put out of joint

luxor
luxor
verb
to riot

luxum
luxum
noun
a dislocation

luxuria
luxuria
noun
rankness

luxuriees
luxurieēs
noun
rankness

luxurior
luxurior
verb
to be rank

luxurior
luxurior
verb
to be rank

luxuriose
luxuriōsē
adverb

luxuriose
luxuriōsē
adverb

luxuriosus
luxuriōsus
adjective
rank

luxus
luxus
noun
Excess

luxus
luxus
noun
a dislocation

luxus
luxus
adjective
dislocated

Lyaeus
Lyaeus
adjective

Lyaeus
Lyaeus
noun
Lyaeus

Lycabas
Lycabās
noun
A Tuscan who fled from his country on account of a murder

Lycaeus
Lycaeus
noun
a mountain in Arcadia

Lycaeus
Lycaeus
adjective
adj.

Lycambes
Lycambēs
noun
a Theban who promised his daughter to Archilochus

Lycambeus
Lycambēus
adjective
of Lycambes

lycaon
lycāōn
noun
an animal of the wolf kind

Lycaon
Lycāōn
noun
a king of Arcadia

Lycaonia
Lycāonia
noun
the country of the Lycaonians

Lycaonice
Lycāonicē
adverb
in the dialect of Lycaonia

Lycaonis
Lycāonis
noun
the Lycaonians

Lycaonis
Lycāonis
noun

Lycaonis
Lycāonis
noun
the daughter of Lycaon

Lycaonius
Lycāonius
adjective
adj.

Lycaonius
Lycāonius
adjective
of or belonging to Lycaon

Lycaonius
Lycāonius
adjective

lycapsos
lycapsos
noun
the wild bugloss

lycapsos
lycapsos
noun
alkanet

Lycaunus
Lycaūnus
noun
the name of a warrior

Lyce
Lycē
noun
the name of a woman

Lyceum
Lycēum
noun
a gymnasium very near Athens

Lyceum
Lycēum
cross-reference

lychnicus
lychnicus
adjective
luminous

Lychnidum
Lychnidum
noun
a city of Illyria

Lychnidus
Lychnidus
noun
a city of Illyria

lychnion
lychnion
noun
a lamp

lychnis
lychnis
noun
adj. f

lychnis
lychnis
noun
A kind of rose of a fiery red

lychnites
lychnītēs
noun
a kind of white marble

lychnitis
lychnītis
noun
a plant from which wicks were made

lychnobius
lychnobius
noun
one who lives by lamp-light

lychnuchus
lychnūchus
noun
a lamp-stand

lychnus
lychnus
noun
a light

Lycia
Lycia
noun
a country of Asia Minor

Lycidas
Lycidās
noun
one of the Centaurs

Lycimnia
Lycīmnia
noun
the name of the wife of a king of Lydia

Lycimnius
Lycimnius
adjective
of or belonging to the town of Lycimna

Lycinna
Lycinna
noun
the name of a girl

Lycisca
Lycisca
noun
The name of a bitch

Lycisce
Lyciscē
noun
The name of a bitch

Lyciscus
Lyciscus
cross-reference
the name of a beautiful boy

lyciscus
lyciscus
noun
a wolfdog

Lycium
Lycīum
noun
a gymnasium very near Athens

Lycium
Lycium
noun
a kind of thorn

Lycium
Lycium
adjective

Lycius
Lycius
adjective

Lycius
Lycius
noun
the Lycians

Lycius
Lycius
adjective
adj.

Lyco
Lycō
noun
a Peripatetic philosopher

Lycomedes
Lycomēdēs
noun
a king of the Isle of Scyros

Lycomedius
Lycomēdius
cross-reference

Lyconides
Lycōnidēs
noun
the name of a man

Lycoorgides
Lycoorgīdēs
noun
Ancaeus

Lycophon
Lycophōn
noun
the name of a warrior

lycophon
lycophon
cross-reference
a plant

lycophos
lycophōs
noun
the morning twilight

Lycophron
Lycophrōn
noun
Lycophron of Chalcis

lycophthalmos
lycophthalmos
noun
a precious stone

lycopsis
lycopsis
noun
the wild bugloss

Lycoreus
Lycōreus
noun
a son of Apollo

Lycorias
Lycōrias
noun
a seanymph

Lycoris
Lycōris
noun
a freedwoman of the senator Volumnius Eutrapelus

Lycormas
Lycormās
noun
a river

Lycortas
Lycortās
noun
a general

lycos
lycos
noun
a kind of spider

Lycos
Lycos
noun
Son of Pandion

Lycotas
Lycōtās
noun
one of the Centaurs at the wedding of Pirithous

Lycotherses
Lycothersēs
noun
a king of Illyria

Lyctius
Lyctius
adjective
of or belonging to Lyctus

Lyctos
Lyctos
noun
a city of Crete

Lyctus
Lyctus
noun
a city of Crete

Lycurgeus
Lycurgēus
noun
disciples of Lycurgus

Lycurgides
Lycurgīdēs
noun
Son of Aleus and Neaera

Lycurgus
Lycurgus
noun
Son of Dryas

Lycus
Lycus
noun
Son of Pandion

Lyde
Lȳdē
noun
the wife of the poet Antimachus of Claros

Lydia
Lȳdia
noun
a country in Asia Minor

Lydii
Lydii
adjective
Lydian

Lydion
Lydion
noun
a kind of brick

Lydius
Lȳdius
adjective
Lydian

Lydus
Lȳdus
adjective
adj.

Lydus
Lȳdus
noun

Lygdamus
Lygdamus
noun
a slave of Cynthia

lygdinus
lygdinus
adjective
of white marble

lygdos
lygdos
noun
a white stone

Lygdus
Lygdus
noun
a Cretan

Lygius
Lygius
noun
a Germanic people on the Weser

Lygius
Lygius
noun

Lygmon
Lygmon
cross-reference

Lygos
Lygos
noun
an ancient name of Byzantium

lygos
lygos
noun
a plant

Lympha
Lympha
noun
A rural deity

lympha
lympha
noun
water

lymphaceus
lymphāceus
adjective
clear as water

lymphaticum
lymphāticum
noun
the disease of a

lymphaticus
lymphāticus
adjective
distracted

lymphatio
lymphātiō
noun
distraction

lymphatus
lymphātus
adjective
P. a.

lymphatus
lymphātus
noun
madness

lymphatus
lymphātus
adjective

lympho
lymphō
verb
To water

lymphor
lymphor
noun
water

Lyncaeste
Lyncaestē
noun
one of Actaeon's hounds

Lyncesta
Lyncesta
noun
a people in the south-western part of Macedonia

Lyncestis
Lyncestis
noun
adj.

Lyncestius
Lyncestius
adjective
adj.

Lyncestus
Lyncestus
adjective
adj.

Lynceus
Lyncēus
adjective
of Lynceus

Lynceus
Lynceus
noun
a Messenian

Lyncides
Lyncīdēs
noun
a descendant of Lynceus

lyncuriium
lyncūriium
noun
a hard

lyncurion
lyncūrion
noun
a hard

lyncurius
lyncūrius
noun

Lyncus
Lyncus
noun
Masc.

lynx
lynx
noun
a lynx

lyo
lyō
verb
to make liquid

lyra
lyra
noun
a lute

Lyrcaeus
Lyrcaeus
noun
a fountain in the Peloponnesus

Lyrceius
Lyrcēius
adjective
Lyrcean

Lyrceus
Lyrcēus
adjective
Lyrcean

Lyrceus
Lyrcēus
noun
a fountain in the Peloponnesus

Lyrcius
Lyrcīus
noun
a fountain in the Peloponnesus

lyricen
lyricen
noun
a luteplayer

lyricum
lyricum
noun
lyric poems

lyricus
lyricus
adjective
of or belonging to the lute or lyre

lyricus
lyricus
noun
a lyric poet

lyricus
lyricus
noun
lyric poets

lyristes
lyristēs
noun
a luteplayer

Lyrnesis
Lyrnēsis
noun

Lyrnesius
Lyrnēsius
adjective
adj.

Lyrnessis
Lyrnessis
noun

Lyrnessius
Lyrnessius
adjective
adj.

Lyrnessus
Lyrnessus
noun
a town in Troas

Lyrnesus
Lyrnēsus
noun
a town in Troas

lyron
lyron
noun
a plant

Lysander
Lysander
noun
A celebrated Spartan general

lysas
lysas
adjective
a plant

Lysiacus
Lysiacus
adjective

Lysiacus
Lysiacus
adjective
of or belonging to the orator Lysias

Lysiades
Lysiadēs
noun
an Athenian

Lysias
Lysiās
noun
Son of Cephalus

Lysimachea
Lȳsimachēa
noun
a city in Thrace

Lysimachia
Lȳsimachīa
noun
a city in Thrace

lysimachia
lysimachia
noun
a plant

Lysimachiensis
Lȳsimachiensis
noun
the Lysimachians

lysimachos
lȳsimachos
noun
a precious stone with golden veins

Lysimachus
Lȳsimachus
noun
one of the generals of Alexander the Great

Lysinoe
Lysinoē
noun
a city of Pisidia

Lysippus
Lȳsippus
noun
a celebrated brass-founder of Sicyon

Lysis
Lȳsis
noun
a small river in Asia Minor

Lysis
Lysis
noun
a Pythagorean of Tarentum

lysis
lysis
noun
A loosening

Lysistratus
Lȳsistratus
noun
the brother of Lysippus

Lysiteles
Lȳsitelēs
noun
the name of a man

Lyson
Lȳsōn
noun
a celebrated sculptor

Lystrenus
Lystrēnus
noun
the inhabitants of Lystra

Lystrum
Lystrum
noun
a city in Lycaonia

lytra
lȳtra
noun
an otter

lytra
lytra
cross-reference

lytrotes
lytrōtēs
noun
one of the aeons of Valentinus

lytrum
lytrum
cross-reference

lytta
lytta
noun
a worm under a dog's tongue

 
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