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macellum
macellum
noun
a butcher's stall

macer
macer
adjective
lean

maceria
māceria
noun
a wall of soft clay

macero
mācerō
verb
to make soft

machaerophorus
machaerophorus
noun
a sword-bearer

machina
māchina
noun
a machine

machinamentum
māchināmentum
noun
a machine

machinatio
māchinātiō
noun
a contrivance

machinator
māchinātor
noun
a contriver

machinor
māchinor
verb
to contrive skilfully

macies
māciēs
noun
leanness

macresco
macrēscō
verb
to grow lean

macrocollum
macrocollum
noun
large-sized paper

macrocolum
macrocōlum
noun
large-sized paper

macte
macte
cross-reference

macti
mactī
cross-reference

macto
mactō
verb
to magnify

mactus
mactus
adjective
[of the gods] worshipped

macula
macula
noun
a spot

maculo
maculō
verb
to spot

maculosus
maculōsus
adjective
spotted

madefacio
madefaciō
verb
to make wet

madens
madēns
adjective
wet

madeo
madeō
verb
to be wet

madesco
madēscō
verb
to become moist

madidus
madidus
adjective
moist

Maeander
Maeander
noun
a river of Ionia and Phrygia

Maeandros
Maeandros
noun
a river of Ionia and Phrygia

Maecenas
Maecēnās
noun
an Etruscan family name

maena
maena
noun
a small seafish (eaten salted by the poor)

Maenalius
Maenalius
adjective
of Maenalus

Maenalos
Maenalos
noun
a range of mountains in Arcadia

Maenalus
Maenalus
noun
a range of mountains in Arcadia

Maenas
Maenas
noun
a priestess of Bacchus

Maenianum
Maeniānum
noun
a projecting gallery

Maeonia
Maeonia
noun
[properly] a district of Lydia

Maeonides
Maeonidēs
noun
a Maeonide

Maeonius
Maeonius
adjective
of Maeonia

maerens
maerēns
adjective
mourning

maereo
maereō
verb
to be sad

maeror
maeror
noun
a mourning

maestitia
maestitia
noun
sadness

maestus
maestus
adjective
full of sadness

magal
māgāl
noun
little dwellings

mage
mage
adverb
more

magicus
magicus
adjective
of magic

magis
magis
noun
a plate

magis
magis
adverb
more

magister
magister
noun
a master

magisterium
magisterium
noun
a directorship

magistra
magistra
noun
a mistress

magistratus
magistrātus
noun
the office of master

magmentarius
māgmentārius
adjective
for additional sacrifices

magnanimitas
māgnanimitās
noun
greatness of soul

magnanimus
magnanimus
adjective
greatsouled

magnes
māgnēs
adjective
of Magnesia (in Thessaly)

magnifice
māgnificē
adverb
nobly

magnificentia
māgnificentia
noun
loftiness

magnifico
māgnificō
verb
to make much of

magnificus
māgnificus
adjective
great

magniloquentia
māgniloquentia
noun
elevated language

magniloquus
māgniloquus
adjective
vaunting

magnitudo
māgnitūdō
noun
greatness

magnopere
māgnoperē
adverb
very much

magnus
māgnus
adjective
great

magus
magus
adjective
magic

magus
magus
noun
a Magian

maialis
māiālis
noun
a barrow hog

maiestas
māiestās
noun
greatness

maior
māior
adjective
better

Maius
Māius
adjective
of May

maiusculus
māiusculus
adjective
somewhat greater

mala
māla
noun
the cheek-bone

malacia
malacia
noun
a calm at sea

male
male
adverb
badly

maledice
maledicē
adverb
slanderously

maledicentissimus
maledicentissimus
adjective
[sup. of maledicus] speaking very badly

maledico
maledīcō
verb
to speak ill of

maledictio
maledictiō
noun
evil-speaking

maledictum
maledictum
noun
a foul saying

maledicus
maledicus
adjective
abusive

male facio
male faciō
cross-reference

malefactum
malefactum
noun
an evil deed

male factum
male factum
noun
an evil deed

maleficium
maleficium
noun
an evil deed

maleficus
maleficus
adjective
nefarious

malesuadus
malesuādus
adjective
ill-advising

malevolens
malevolēns
adjective
iteful

malevolentia
malevolentia
noun
ill-will

malevolus
malevolus
adjective
ill-disposed

malifer
mālifer
adjective
apple-bearing

malificus
malificus
cross-reference

maligne
malīgnē
adverb
ill-naturedly

malignitas
malīgnitās
noun
ill-will

malignus
malīgnus
adjective
ill-disposed

malitia
malitia
noun
ill-will

malitiose
malitiōsē
adverb
wickedly

malitiosus
malitiōsus
adjective
full of wickedness

malivolens
malivolēns
adjective
iteful

malivolentia
malivolentia
noun
ill-will

malivolivol
malivolivol
cross-reference

malivolus
malivolus
adjective
ill-disposed

malleolus
malleolus
noun
[in gardening] a short

malleus
malleus
noun
a hammer

malo
mālō
verb
to choose rather

malobathron
mālobathron
noun
a costly ointment

malobathrum
mālobathrum
noun
a costly ointment

malum
mālum
noun
an apple

malum
malum
noun
an evil

malum
malum
adverb
badly

malus
malus
adjective
bad

malus
mālus
noun
an apple-tree

malus
mālus
noun
an upright pole

malva
malva
noun
mallows

Mamertinus
Māmertīnus
adjective
of Mars

mamilla
mamilla
noun
a breast

mamma
mamma
noun
a breast

manceps
manceps
noun
one who takes formal possession

mancipium
mancipium
noun
a taking by hand

mancipo
mancipō
verb
to make over by a formal sale

mancup
mancup
cross-reference

mancupium
mancupium
noun
a taking by hand

mancupo
mancupō
verb
to make over by a formal sale

mancus
mancus
adjective
maimed

mandatum
mandātum
noun
a charge

mandatus
mandātus
noun
a command

mandatus
mandātus
participle
p. of mando

mando
mandō
verb
to chew

mando
mandō
verb
to put in hand

mandra
mandra
noun
a drove of cattle

mane
māne
adverb
in the morning

mane
māne
noun
the morning

maneo
maneō
verb
to stay

mango
mangō
noun
a monger

manibia
manibia
noun
booty

manica
manica
noun
long sleeves

manicatus
manicātus
adjective
with long sleeves

manifeste
manifēstē
adverb
palpably

manifesto
manifēstō
adverb
palpably

manifesto
manifēstō
verb
to discover

manifestus
manifēstus
adjective
palpable

maniplaris
maniplāris
cross-reference

maniplus
maniplus
noun
a handful

maniplus
maniplus
cross-reference

manipretium
manipretium
noun
a workman's pay

manipretium
manipretium
cross-reference

manipularis
manipulāris
adjective
belonging to a maniple of a company

manipulatim
manipulātim
adverb
by maniples

manipulus
manipulus
noun
a handful

manis
mānis
noun
a departed spirit

Manlianus
Mānliānus
adjective
of a Manlius

manlius
mānlius
cross-reference
a gentile name

Manlius
Mānlius
cross-reference
a gentile name

mannus
mannus
noun
a small Gallic horse

mano
mānō
verb
to flow

mansio
mānsiō
noun
a staying

mansito
mānsitō
verb
to stay

mansuefacio
mānsuēfaciō
verb
to make tame

mansuesco
mānsuēscō
verb
to be used to the hand

mansuete
mānsuētē
adverb
gently

mansuetudo
mānsuētūdō
noun
tameness

mansuetus
mānsuētus
adjective
tamed

mansus
mānsus
participle
i. P. of 2 mando

mantele
mantēle
noun
a towel

mantica
mantica
noun
a bag for the hand

mantile
mantīle
noun
a towel

manualis
manuālis
adjective
for the hand

manubia
manubia
noun
booty

manubrium
manūbrium
noun
a handle

manufestus
manufēstus
adjective
palpable

manumissio
manūmissiō
noun
a setting free

manumissus
manūmissus
participle
p. of manumitto

manumitto
manūmittō
verb
to release

manuplaris
manuplāris
adjective
belonging to a maniple of a company

manupretium
manupretium
noun
a workman's pay

manupularis
manupulāris
adjective
belonging to a maniple of a company

manus
manus
noun
a hand

mapale
mapāle
noun
huts

mappa
mappa
noun
a napkin

marathros
marathros
noun
fennel

marathrus
marathrus
noun
fennel

marceo
marceō
verb
to be faint

marcesco
marcēscō
verb
to become weak

Marcianus
Mārciānus
adjective
of a Marcius

marcidus
marcidus
adjective
withered

mare
mare
noun
the sea

Mareoticus
Mareōticus
adjective
of Mareota

Mareotis
Mareōtis
cross-reference
mareotic

mareotis
mareōtis
cross-reference
mareotic

margarita
margarīta
noun
a pearl

margaritum
margarītum
noun
a pearl

margino
marginō
verb
to border

margo
margō
noun
)

marinus
marīnus
adjective
[sea]

marisca
marisca
noun
the piles

marita
marīta
noun
a married woman

maritalis
marītālis
adjective
of married people

maritimus
maritimus
adjective
sea-

marito
marītō
verb
to wed

maritumus
maritumus
adjective
sea-

maritus
marītus
adjective
of marriage

marmor
marmor
noun
marble

marmoreus
marmoreus
adjective
made of marble

marra
marra
noun
a hoe for rooting out weeds

Mars
Mārs
noun
Mars

Mars
Mārs
noun
Mars

Marsya
Marsya
noun
a satyr

Marsyas
Marsyās
noun
a satyr

mas
mās
adjective
male

masculinus
masculīnus
adjective
male

masculus
masculus
adjective
male

massa
māssa
noun
kneaded dough

Massicus
Massicus
adjective
of Mount Massicus in Campania

mastigia
mastīgia
noun
a scoundrel

mastruca
mastrūca
noun
a sheep-skin

mastrucatus
mastrūcātus
adjective
clothed in skins

matara
matara
noun
a javelin

mataris
mataris
noun
a javelin

matella
matella
noun
a chamberpot

matellio
matelliō
noun
a pot

mater
māter
noun
a mother

matercula
mātercula
noun
a little mother

mater familias
māter familiās
cross-reference

materia
māteria
noun
stuff

materiatus
māteriātus
adjective
built of wood

materies
māteriēs
noun
stuff

materior
māterior
verb
to procure wood

maternus
māternus
adjective
of a mother

matertera
mātertera
noun
a mother's sister

mathematicus
mathēmaticus
noun
a mathematician

matral
mātrāl
noun
the festival of Mater Matuta

matricida
mātricīda
noun
a mother's murderer

matricidium
mātricīdium
noun
the murder of a mother

matrimonium
mātrimōnium
noun
wedlock

matrimus
mātrīmus
adjective
with a living mother

matrona
mātrōna
noun
a married woman

matronalis
mātrōnālis
adjective
of a married woman

mature
mātūrē
adverb
seasonably

maturesco
mātūrēscō
verb
to become ripe

maturitas
mātūritās
noun
ripeness

maturo
mātūrō
verb
to make ripe

maturus
mātūrus
adjective
ripe

Matuta
Mātūta
noun
the goddess of dawn

matutinus
mātūtīnus
adjective
of the morning

mavolo
māvolō
cross-reference

Mavors
Māvors
noun
mars

Mavortius
Māvortius
adjective
of Mavors

maxilla
māxilla
noun
the jaw

maxime
māximē
adverb
in the highest degree

maximo opere
māximō opere
expression

maximopere
maximoperē
adverb
very much

maximus
māximus
adjective
[of size] large

maxume
māxumē
adverb
in the highest degree

maxumus
māxumus
adjective
[of size] large

mazonomus
māzonomus
noun
a dish

meamet
meamet
cross-reference

meapte
meāpte
cross-reference

meatus
meātus
noun
a going

mecastor
mēcastor
interjection
so help me Castor

meddix
meddix
noun
among the Oscans

medens
medēns
noun
a healer

medeor
medeor
verb
to heal

mediastinus
mediastīnus
noun
a common servant

medica
mēdica
noun
median clover

medicabilis
medicābilis
adjective
to be healed

medicamen
medicāmen
noun
a drug

medicamentum
medicāmentum
noun
a drug

medicandus
medicandus
adjective
in need of healing

medicatus
medicātus
adjective
healing

medicatus
medicātus
noun
a charm

medicina
medicīna
noun
the healing art

medico
medicō
verb
to imbue with healing power

medicor
medicor
verb
to heal

medicus
medicus
noun
a medical man

medicus
medicus
adjective
of healing

medietas
medietās
noun
the middle

medimnum
medimnum
noun
(N.)

mediocris
mediocris
adjective
of middling size

mediocritas
mediocritās
noun
a middle state

mediocriter
mediocriter
adverb
moderately

meditamentum
meditāmentum
noun
a thinking of

meditatio
meditātiō
noun
a thinking over

meditatus
meditātus
participle
p. of meditor

mediterraneus
mediterrāneus
adjective
inland

meditor
meditor
verb
to reflect

meditullium
meditullium
noun
the middle

medium
medium
noun
[in space and time] the middle

medius
medius
adjective
in the middle

medix
mēdix
noun
among the Oscans

medix
medix
cross-reference

medulla
medulla
noun
marrow

medullula
medullula
noun
marrow

Medusa
Medūsa
noun
a Gorgon

Medusaeus
Medūsaeus
adjective
of Medusa

Megaera
Megaera
noun
one of the Furies

Megalensis
Megalēnsis
noun
an annual festival in honor of Cybele

Megalesiacus
Megalēsiacus
adjective
of the Megalesia

Megalesis
Megalēsis
noun
an annual festival in honor of Cybele

megistanes
megistānes
noun
grandees

mehercle
mehercle
interjection
by Hercules! assuredly! indeed!

mehercule
mehercule
interjection
by Hercules! assuredly! indeed!

mehercules
mehercules
interjection
by Hercules! assuredly! indeed!

meio
mēiō
verb
to make water

mel
mel
noun
honey

melancholicus
melancholicus
adjective
with black bile

melanurus
melanūrus
noun
a black-tail (a sea-fish)

melicus
melicus
adjective
musical

melilotos
melilōtos
noun
a kind of clover

melimelum
melimēlum
noun
honeyapples

melior
melior
adjective
better

melisphyllum
melisphyllum
noun
balm-gentle

Melitensis
Melitēnsis
adjective
of Malta

melius
melius
adverb
better

meliuscule
meliusculē
adverb
rather better

meliusculus
meliusculus
adjective
somewhat better

mellifer
mellifer
adjective
honey-bearing

mellitus
mellītus
adjective
of honey

melos
melos
noun
a tune

Melpomene
Melpomenē
noun
the muse of tragic and lyric poetry

membrana
membrāna
noun
a skin

membranula
membrānula
noun
parchment

membratim
membrātim
adverb
piecemeal

membrum
membrum
noun
[of the body] a limb

memeo
memeō
verb
to remember

memet
mēmet
cross-reference

Memnon
Memnōn
noun
son of Tithonus and Aurora

memor
memor
adjective
mindful

memorabilis
memorābilis
adjective
that may be told

memorandus
memorandus
adjective
worthy of remembrance

memorator
memorātor
noun
a narrator

memoratus
memorātus
adjective
memorable

memoria
memoria
noun
memory

memoriola
memoriola
noun
the memory

memoriter
memoriter
adverb
from memory

memoro
memorō
verb
to bring to remembrance

men
mēn
cross-reference

mena
mēna
noun
a small seafish (eaten salted by the poor)

menda
menda
noun
a fault

mendacium
mendācium
noun
a lie

mendaciunculum
mendāciunculum
noun
a little untruth

mendax
mendāx
adjective
[of men] given to lying

mendicitas
mendīcitās
noun
beggary

mendico
mendīcō
verb
to beg

mendicus
mendīcus
adjective
beggarly

mendose
mendōsē
adverb
full of faults

mendosus
mendōsus
adjective
full of faults

mendum
mendum
noun
a fault

mens
mēns
noun
the mind

mensa
mēnsa
noun
a table

mensarius
mēnsārius
noun
a money-changer

mensio
mēnsiō
noun
a measure

mensis
mēnsis
noun
a month

mensor
mēnsor
noun
a measurer

menstruus
mēnstruus
adjective
[of a month] of every month

mensura
mēnsūra
noun
a measuring

mensus
mēnsus
participle
p. of metior

menta
menta
noun
mint

mentha
mentha
noun
mint

mentiens
mentiēns
noun
a fallacy

mentio
mentiō
noun
a calling to mind

mentior
mentior
verb
to invent

mentitus
mentītus
adjective
imitated

Mentor
Mentor
noun
an artist in embossed metals

mentula
mentula
noun
cock

mentum
mentum
noun
the chin

meo
meō
verb
to go

mephitis
mephītis
noun
a noxious exhalation

meracus
merācus
adjective
pure

mercabilis
mercābilis
adjective
that may be bought

mercans
mercāns
participle
p. of mercor

mercator
mercātor
noun
a trader

mercatura
mercātūra
noun
trade

mercatus
mercātus
noun
trade

mercedula
mercēdula
noun
small wages

mercenarius
mercēnārius
adjective
serving for pay

mercennarius
mercennārius
adjective
serving for pay

merces
mercēs
noun
price

mercimonium
mercimōnium
noun
merchandise

mercor
mercor
verb
to trade

Mercurialis
Mercuriālis
adjective
of Mercury

Mercurius
Mercurius
noun
Mercury

merda
merda
noun
dung

merens
merēns
adjective
deserving

mereor
mereor
verb
to deserve

mereo
mereō
verb
to deserve

meretricius
meretrīcius
adjective
of harlots

meretricula
meretrīcula
noun
a prostitute

meretrix
meretrīx
noun
a prostitute

merges
merges
noun
mergae

mergo
mergō
verb
to dip

mergus
mergus
noun
a diver (a water-fowl)

meridianus
merīdiānus
adjective
of mid-day

meridiatio
merīdiātiō
noun
a mid-day nap

meridies
merīdiēs
noun
mid-day

meridio
merīdiō
verb
to take a mid-day nap

merito
meritō
adverb
according to desert

merito
meritō
verb
to earn

meritorius
meritōrius
adjective
earning money

meritum
meritum
noun
a merit

meritus
meritus
adjective
deserving

merops
merops
noun
a bee-eater (a bird)

merso
mersō
verb
to dip

mersus
mersus
participle
p. of mergo

merula
merula
noun
a blackbird

merum
merum
noun
unmixed wine

merus
merus
adjective
pure

merx
merx
noun
goods

messis
messis
noun
a gathering of crops

messor
messor
noun
a reaper

messorius
messōrius
adjective
of a reaper

messus
messus
participle
p. of 2 meto

meta
mēta
noun
a cone

metallum
metallum
noun
metal

metamorphosis
metamorphōsis
noun
a transformation

metator
mētātor
noun
one who marks off

metatus
mētātus
participle
p. of metor

metior
mētior
verb
to measure

metor
mētor
verb
to measure

meto
metō
verb
to reap

metreta
metrēta
noun
a tun

metuendus
metuendus
adjective
fearful

metuens
metuēns
adjective
fearing

metuo
metuō
verb
to fear

metus
metus
noun
fear

meus
meus
pronoun
of me

mica
mīca
noun
a crumb

micans
micāns
adjective
twinkling

mico
micō
verb
to move quickly to and fro

micturio
micturiō
verb
to go to make water

migratio
migrātiō
noun
a removal

migro
migrō
verb
to remove

mihi
mihī
cross-reference
dat. of ego

mihi
mihi
cross-reference
dat. of ego

miles
mīles
noun
a soldier

milia
mīlia
cross-reference
plur. of mille

miliarium
mīliārium
noun
a mile-stone

miliens
mīliēns
adverb
a thousand times

milies
mīliēs
adverb
a thousand times

militaris
mīlitāris
adjective
of a soldier

militariter
mīlitāriter
adverb
in a soldierly manner

militia
mīlitia
noun
military service

milito
mīlitō
verb
to be a soldier

milium
milium
noun
millet

mille
mīlle
adjective
a thousand

millensimus
mīllēnsimus
adjective
the thousandth

millesimum
mīllēsimum
adverb
for the thousandth time

millesimus
mīllēsimus
adjective
the thousandth

milliarium
mīlliārium
noun
a mile-stone

milliens
mīlliēns
adverb
a thousand times

millies
mīlliēs
adverb
a thousand times

miluinus
mīluīnus
adjective
resembling a kite

miluus
mīluus
noun
a bird of prey

milvinus
mīlvīnus
adjective
resembling a kite

milvus
mīlvus
noun
a bird of prey

mima
mīma
noun
a female mimic

mimice
mīmicē
adverb
farcically

mimicus
mīmicus
adjective
of mimes

mimula
mīmula
noun
a little mime

mimus
mīmus
noun
a mimic actor

mina
mina
noun
a silver mina

mina
mina
noun
projecting points

minaciter
mināciter
adverb
threateningly

minans
mināns
noun
one who threatens

minanter
minanter
adverb
threateningly

minatio
minātiō
noun
a threatening

minax
mināx
adjective
jutting out

Minerva
Minerva
noun
the goddess of wisdom

mingo
mingō
verb
to make water

miniatulus
miniātulus
adjective
somewhat red

miniatus
miniātus
adjective
colored with red-lead

minime
minimē
adverb
least of all

minimum
minimum
adverb
very little

minimus
minimus
adjective
least

minister
minister
adjective
subordinate

ministerium
ministerium
noun
an office

ministra
ministra
noun
a female attendant

ministrator
ministrātor
noun
an attendant

ministratrix
ministrātrīx
noun
a female attendant

ministro
ministrō
verb
to attend

minitabundus
minitābundus
adjective
threatening

minitor
minitor
verb
to threaten

minium
minium
noun
red-lead

minor
minor
verb
to jut forth

minor
minor
adjective
smaller

Minotaurus
Mīnōtaurus
noun
a monster with a bull's head

minume
minumē
cross-reference

minume
minumē
adverb
least of all

minumum
minumum
adverb
very little

minumus
minumus
cross-reference

minumus
minumus
adjective
least

minuo
minuō
verb
to make small

minus
minus
adverb
less

minusculus
minusculus
adjective
rather less

minutal
minūtal
noun
minced meat

minutatim
minūtātim
adverb
piecemeal

minute
minūtē
adverb
pettily

minutus
minūtus
adjective
little

mirabilis
mīrābilis
adjective
wonderful

mirabiliter
mīrābiliter
adverb
wonderfully

mirabundus
mīrābundus
adjective
wondering

miraculum
mīrāculum
noun
a marvellous thing

mirandus
mīrandus
adjective
wonderful

mirans
mīrāns
noun
an admirer

mirator
mīrātor
noun
an admirer

miratrix
mīrātrīx
noun
an admirer turba

mire
mīrē
adverb
wonderfully

mirifice
mīrificē
adverb
wonderfully

mirificus
mīrificus
adjective
wonderful

mirmillo
mirmillō
noun
a gladiator

miror
mīror
verb
to wonder

mirus
mīrus
adjective
wonderful

miscellaneum
miscellāneum
noun
a hash of broken meats

misceo
misceō
verb
to mix

miscilaneum
miscilāneum
noun
a hash of broken meats

misellus
misellus
adjective
poor

miser
miser
adjective
wretched

miserabile
miserābile
adverb
pitiably

miserabilis
miserābilis
adjective
pitiable

miserabiliter
miserābiliter
adverb
pitiably

miserandus
miserandus
adjective
lamentable

miserans
miserāns
participle
p. of miseror

miseratio
miserātiō
noun
pity

miseratus
miserātus
participle
p. of miseror

misere
miserē
adverb
wretchedly

misereor
misereor
verb
to feel pity

misereo
misereō
verb
it distresses

miseresco
miserēscō
verb
to feel pity

miseria
miseria
noun
wretchedness

misericordia
misericordia
noun
tenderheartedness

misericors
misericors
adjective
tender-hearted

miseriter
miseriter
adverb
pitifuly

miseritus
miseritus
participle
p. of misereor

miseror
miseror
verb
to lament

missilis
missilis
adjective
that may be hurled

missio
missiō
noun
a sending

missito
missitō
verb
to send repeatedly

missor
missor
noun
a thrower

missus
missus
participle
p. of mitto

missus
missus
noun
a sending away

mite
mīte
adverb
mildly

mitella
mitella
noun
a headband

mitesco
mītēscō
verb
to be softened

mitifico
mītificō
verb
to ripen

mitigatio
mītigātiō
noun
a soothing

mitigo
mītigō
verb
to soften

mitis
mītis
adjective
mild

mitisco
mītīscō
verb
to be softened

mitra
mitra
noun
a headband

mitratus
mitrātus
adjective
wearing a turban

mitto
mittō
verb
to cause to go

mitulus
mītulus
noun
an edible mussel

mixtus
mīxtus
adjective
hybrid

mnemosynum
mnēmosynum
noun
a memorial

mobilis
mōbilis
adjective
easy to move

mobilitas
mōbilitās
noun
activity

mobiliter
mōbiliter
adverb
rapidly

moderabilis
moderābilis
adjective
moderate

moderamen
moderāmen
noun
a means of managing

moderans
moderāns
participle
p. of moderor

moderate
moderātē
adverb
with moderation

moderatio
moderātiō
noun
a controlling

moderator
moderātor
noun
a manager

moderatrix
moderātrīx
noun
she who rules

moderatus
moderātus
adjective
within bounds

moderor
moderor
verb
to set a measure

modeste
modestē
adverb
with moderation

modestia
modestia
noun
moderation

modestus
modestus
adjective
keeping due measure

modice
modicē
adverb
with moderation

modicus
modicus
adjective
in proper measure

modifico
modificō
verb
to measure off

modius
modius
noun
a corn-measure

modo
modō
adverb
[in general] by a measure

modo
modo
adverb
[in general] by a measure

modulate
modulātē
adverb
measuredly

modulator
modulātor
noun
in music

modulor
modulor
verb
to measure

modulus
modulus
noun
a small measure

modus
modus
noun
a measure

moecha
moecha
noun
an adulteress

moechor
moechor
verb
to commit adultery

moechus
moechus
noun
a fornicator

moene
moene
noun
defensive walls

moenimentum
moenīmentum
noun
a defence

moenio
moeniō
verb
to wall

moenus
moenus
noun
a service

moer
moer
cross-reference

moerus
moerus
noun
a wall

moest
moest
cross-reference

mola
mola
noun
a millstone

molaris
molāris
noun
a millstone

moles
mōlēs
noun
a shapeless mass

moleste
molestē
adverb
with trouble

molestia
molestia
noun
trouble

molestus
molestus
adjective
troublesome

molimen
mōlīmen
noun
a great exertion

molimentum
mōlīmentum
noun
a great exertion

molior
mōlior
verb
to make exertion

molitio
mōlītiō
noun
a removing

molitor
mōlītor
noun
a framer

molitus
molitus
participle
p. of molo

molitus
mōlītus
participle
p. of molior

mollesco
mollēscō
verb
to become soft

mollicellus
mollicellus
adjective
soft

molliculus
molliculus
adjective
voluptuous

mollio
molliō
verb
to make soft

mollipes
mollipēs
adjective
soft-footed

mollis
mollis
adjective
yielding

molliter
molliter
adverb
softly

mollitia
mollitia
noun
pliability

mollities
mollitiēs
noun
pliability

mollities
mollitiēs
noun
pliability

mollitudo
mollitūdō
noun
suppleness

mollitus
mollītus
participle
p. of mollio

molo
molō
verb
to grind

Molorchus
Molorchus
noun
a poor vine-dresser who entertained Hercules

moly
mōly
noun
a magic herb

momentum
mōmentum
noun
a movement

monedula
monēdula
noun
a jackdaw

monens
monēns
noun
one who counsels

moneo
moneō
verb
to remind

moneris
monēris
noun
a vessel with a single bank of oars

Moneta
Monēta
noun
the mother of the Muses

monetalis
monētālis
adjective
of the mint

monile
monīle
noun
a necklace

monimentum
monimentum
noun
that which brings to mind

monitio
monitiō
noun
a warning

monitor
monitor
noun
one who reminds

monitum
monitum
noun
an admonition

monitus
monitus
participle
p. of moneo

monitus
monitus
noun
a reminding

monogrammos
monogrammos
adjective
of a mere line

monopodium
monopodium
noun
a stand

mons
mōns
noun
a mountain

monstratio
mōnstrātiō
noun
a showing

monstrator
mōnstrātor
noun
an introducer

monstratus
mōnstrātus
adjective
conspicuous

monstro
mōnstrō
verb
to point out

monstrum
mōnstrum
noun
a divine omen

monstruose
mōnstruōsē
adverb
unnaturally

monstruosus
mōnstruōsus
adjective
strange

montanus
montānus
adjective
of mountains

monticola
monticola
noun
a mountaineer

montivagus
montivagus
adjective
wandering over mountains

montosus
montōsus
adjective
mountainous

montuosus
montuōsus
adjective
mountainous

monumentum
monumentum
noun
that which brings to mind

mopsopius
mopsopius
adjective
athenian

mora
mora
noun
a delay

mora
mora
noun
a division of Spartan infantry (400 or 700 men)

moralis
mōrālis
adjective
of morals

morans
morāns
adjective
delaying

morator
morātor
noun
a delayer

moratus
morātus
adjective
belated

moratus
mōrātus
adjective
mannered

morbosus
morbōsus
adjective
debauched

morbus
morbus
noun
a sickness

mordaciter
mordāciter
adverb
bitingly

mordax
mordāx
adjective
biting

mordeo
mordeō
verb
to bite

mordicus
mordicus
adverb
by biting

moretum
morētum
noun
a rustic dish made of garlic

moribundus
moribundus
adjective
dying

moriens
moriēns
adjective
dying

morigeror
mōrigeror
verb
to comply with

morigerus
mōrigerus
adjective
compliant

morior
morior
verb
to die

morior
morior
verb
to die

moriturus
moritūrus
participle
p. of morior

mormyr
mormyr
noun
a fish of Pontus

moror
moror
verb
to delay

morose
mōrōsē
adverb
peevishly

morositas
mōrōsitās
noun
peevishness

morosus
mōrōsus
adjective
wayward

mors
mors
noun
death

morsum
morsum
noun
a bit

morsus
morsus
participle
p. of mordeo

morsus
morsus
noun
a biting

mortalis
mortālis
adjective
subject to death

mortalitas
mortālitās
noun
subjection to death

mortarium
mortārium
noun
a mortar

mortifer
mortifer
adjective
death-bringing

mortuus
mortuus
adjective
dead

morum
mōrum
noun
a mulberry

morus
mōrus
noun
a mulberry-tree

mos
mōs
noun
a will

motio
mōtiō
noun
a moving

moto
mōtō
verb
to keep moving

motus
mōtus
adjective
moved

motus
mōtus
noun
a moving

movendus
movendus
participle
p. of moveo

movens
movēns
adjective
movable

moveo
moveō
verb
to move

mox
mox
adverb
soon

muccidus
muccidus
adjective
mouldy

mucidus
mūcidus
adjective
mouldy

mucro
mucrō
noun
a sharp point

mucus
mūcus
cross-reference
snivel

mugiens
mugiēns
participle
p. of mugio

mugilis
mūgilis
noun
a sea-fish (perh. the mullet)

muginor
mūginor
verb
to ponder

mugio
mūgiō
verb
to low

mugitus
mūgītus
noun
a lowing

mula
mūla
noun
a she-mule

mulceo
mulceō
verb
to stroke

Mulciber
Mulciber
noun
a surname of Vulcan

mulco
mulcō
verb
to beat

mulcta
mulcta
cross-reference

mulcta
mulcta
noun
a money penalty

mulctaticius
mulctātīcius
cross-reference

mulctaticius
mulctātīcius
adjective
of fines

mulctatio
mulctātiō
cross-reference

mulctatio
mulctātiō
noun
a penalty

mulcto
mulctō
cross-reference

mulcto
mulctō
verb
to punish

mulctra
mulctra
noun
a milking-pail

mulctralium
mulctrālium
noun
a milking-pail

mulctrarium
mulctrārium
noun
a milking-pail

mulctrum
mulctrum
noun
a milking-pail

mulgeo
mulgeō
verb
to milk

muliebris
muliebris
adjective
of a woman

muliebriter
muliebriter
adverb
in the manner of a woman

mulier
mulier
noun
a woman

mulierarius
mulierārius
adjective
of a woman

muliercula
muliercula
noun
a little woman

mulierositas
mulierōsitās
noun
an excessive fondness for women

mulierosus
mulierōsus
adjective
devoted to women

mulinus
mūlīnus
adjective
of a mule

mulio
mūliō
noun
a mule-keeper

mulionius
mūliōnius
adjective
of a mule-driver

mullus
mūllus
noun
a mullet

mulsum
mulsum
noun
honey-wine

multa
multa
adverb
much

multa
multa
noun
a money penalty

multaticius
multātīcius
adjective
of fines

multatio
multātiō
noun
a penalty

multicavus
multicavus
adjective
manyholed

multicium
multīcium
noun
a soft dress

multifariam
multifāriam
adverb
on many sides

multifidus
multifidus
adjective
many-cleft

multiformis
multifōrmis
adjective
manyshaped

multiforus
multiforus
adjective
pierced with many holes

multiiugus
multiiugus
adjective
yoked many together

multimodis
multimodis
adverb
in many ways

multiplex
multiplex
adjective
with many folds

multiplicabilis
multiplicābilis
adjective
manifold

multiplico
multiplicō
verb
to multiply

multitudo
multitūdō
noun
a great number

multivolus
multivolus
adjective
of many desires

multo
multō
verb
to punish

multo
multō
adverb
by much

multum
multum
adverb
much

multus
multus
adjective
many

mulus
mūlus
noun
a mule

mundanus
mundānus
noun
a citizen of the world

munditia
munditia
noun
cleanliness

mundus
mundus
adjective
clean

mundus
mundus
noun
toilet ornament

muneror
mūneror
verb
to give

municeps
mūniceps
noun
an inhabitant of a free town

municipalis
mūnicipālis
adjective
of a municipality

municipium
mūnicipium
noun
a free town

munifice
mūnificē
adverb
bountifully

munificentia
mūnificentia
noun
bountifulness

munificus
mūnificus
adjective
bountiful

munimen
mūnīmen
noun
a defence

munimentum
mūnīmentum
noun
a defence

munio
mūniō
verb
to wall

munitio
mūnītiō
noun
a defending

munito
mūnītō
verb
to make passable

munitor
mūnītor
noun
a fortifier

munitus
mūnītus
adjective
defended

munium
mūnium
noun
duties

munus
mūnus
noun
a service

munusculum
mūnusculum
noun
a small gift

muraena
mūraena
noun
a murena (a sea-fish; a delicacy)

muralis
mūrālis
adjective
of a wall

Murcia
Murcia
noun
venus as goddess of sloth

murena
mūrena
cross-reference

murena
mūrēna
noun
a murena (a sea-fish; a delicacy)

murex
mūrex
noun
the purple-fish (a prickly shellfish)

muria
muria
noun
brine

murmillo
murmillō
cross-reference

murmillo
murmillō
noun
a gladiator

murmur
murmur
noun
a murmur

murmuro
murmurō
verb
to murmur

murra
murra
noun
the myrrh-tree

murreus
murreus
adjective
of fluorspar

murreus
murreus
adjective
anointed with myrrh

murrha
murrha
noun
the myrrh-tree

murrinum
murrinum
noun
(sc. vasa)

murtetum
murtētum
noun
a myrtlewood

murteus
murteus
adjective
of myrtles

murtum
murtum
cross-reference

murtum
murtum
noun
the fruit of the myrtle

murtus
murtus
cross-reference

murtus
murtus
noun
a myrtle

murus
mūrus
noun
a wall

mus
mūs
noun
a mouse

Musa
Mūsa
noun
a muse

musca
musca
noun
a fly

muscipulum
mūscipulum
noun
a mousetrap

muscosus
mūscōsus
adjective
full of moss

musculus
mūsculus
noun
a little mouse

muscus
mūscus
noun
moss

musica
mūsica
noun
the art of music

musicus
mūsicus
adjective
of music

mussito
mussitō
verb
to mutter

musso
mussō
verb
to speak low

mustaceum
mustāceum
noun
a must-cake

mustela
mustēla
noun
a weasel

mustelinus
mustēlīnus
adjective
of a weasel

mustella
mustella
noun
a weasel

mustellinus
mustellīnus
adjective
of a weasel

mustum
mustum
noun
fresh grape-juice

mutabilis
mūtābilis
adjective
changeable

mutabilitas
mūtābilitās
noun
changeableness

mutatio
mūtātiō
noun
a changing

mutatus
mūtātus
adjective
different

mutilo
mutilō
verb
to cut off

mutilus
mutilus
adjective
maimed

mutio
mūtiō
cross-reference

mutio
mūtiō
verb
to mutter

muto
mūtō
verb
[of motion] to move

muto
mūtō
noun
the penis

muttio
muttiō
verb
to mutter

mutuatio
mūtuātiō
noun
a borrowing

mutuatus
mūtuātus
participle
p. of mutuor

mutue
mūtuē
adverb
mutually

mutuo
mūtuō
adverb
mutually

mutuor
mūtuor
verb
to borrow

mutus
mūtus
adjective
dumb

mutuus
mūtuus
adjective
borrowed

myoparo
myoparō
noun
a small warship

myrica
myrīca
noun
the tamarisk (a shrub)

myrmillo
myrmillō
noun
a gladiator

myrrh
myrrh
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myrrha
myrrha
noun
the myrrh-tree

myrrheus
myrrheus
adjective
anointed with myrrh

myrrinum
myrrinum
noun
(sc. vasa)

myrteta
myrtēta
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myrtetum
myrtētum
noun
a myrtlewood

myrteus
myrteus
adjective
of myrtles

myrtum
myrtum
noun
the fruit of the myrtle

myrtus
myrtus
noun
a myrtle

mystaceum
mystāceum
noun
a must-cake

mystagogus
mystagōgus
noun
a guide to mysteries

mysterium
mystērium
noun
a secret service

mystes
mystēs
noun
a priest of the mysteries

mysticus
mysticus
adjective
of secret rites

mytilus
mȳtilus
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mytulus
mȳtulus
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