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M
M
cross-reference
m

m
m
cross-reference
m

Maca
Maca
noun
a people in the north-eastern part of Arabia Felix

Maca
Maca
noun
a people of Africa in the

macaerinthe
macaerinthē
noun
another name for

Macareis
Macarēis
noun
daughter of Macareus

Macareus
Macareus
noun
A son of Aeolus

macariotes
macariotēs
noun
one of the aeons of Valentinus

Macatus
Macātus
noun
a Roman surname

maccis
maccis
noun
a fictitious spice

Maccius
Maccius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

maccus
maccus
noun
a buffoon

Maceda
Maceda
noun
Macedonians

Macedae
Macedaē
adverb

Macedo
Macedō
noun

Macedo
Macedō
noun
the name of a usurer

Macedo
Macedō
noun
a Macedonian

Macedonia
Macedonia
noun
Macedonia

Macedonianus
Macedoniānus
adjective

Macedonianus
Macedoniānus
adjective
relating to the usurer Macedo

Macedonicus
Macedonicus
adjective
of or belonging to Macedonia

Macedonicus
Macedonicus
noun
a surname of Q. Caecilius Metellus

Macedoniensis
Macedoniensis
adjective
adj.

Macedonis
Macedonis
noun
the Macedonians

Macedonius
Macēdonius
adjective
Macedonian

Macedonius
Macedonius
adjective
Macedonian

Macella
Macella
noun
a town in Sicily

macellarius
macellārius
adjective
of or belonging to the meat-market or provision-market

macellarius
macellārius
noun
a meat-seller

Macellinus
Macellīnus
noun
an epithet of the emperor

macellum
macellum
noun
meat-market

macellus
macellus
noun

macellus
macellus
adjective
rather meagre

macellus
macellus
noun
meat-market

maceo
maceō
verb
to be lean

macer
macer
adjective
lean

Macer
Macer
noun
a Roman surname

maceratio
mācerātiō
noun
a steeping

maceresco
mācerescō
verb
to make soft or tender

maceria
māceria
noun
an enclosure

maceriatio
māceriātiō
cross-reference

maceriatus
māceriātus
adjective
enclosed

maceries
maceriēs
noun
distress

maceries
māceriēs
noun
an enclosure

maceriola
māceriola
noun
a small enclosure

macero
mācerō
verb
to make soft or tender

Maceronis
Macerōnis
noun
a people of Iberia

Maces
Maces
noun

Maces
Maces
noun

macesco
macescō
verb
to grow lean or thin

Maceta
Maceta
noun
Macedonians

Machabaeus
Machabaeus
noun
a surname of Judas

Machabaeus
Machabaeus
noun
the Maccabees

Machaera
Machaera
noun
an auctioneer

machaera
machaera
noun
a sword

machaerium
machaerium
cross-reference

machaerophorus
machaerophorus
noun
a sword-wearer

machaerophyllon
machaerophyllon
noun
a plant

Machaon
Machāōn
noun
son of Aesculapius

Machaonicus
Machāonicus
adjective
of or belonging to Machaon

Machaonius
Machāonius
adjective
of or belonging to Machaon

machetum
machetum
noun
a kind of rose

machilla
māchilla
noun
a little machine

Machimus
Machimus
noun
the name of one of Actaeon's hounds

machina
māchina
noun
a machine

machinalis
māchinālis
adjective
of or belonging to machines

machinamen
māchināmen
noun
a contrivance

machinamentum
māchināmentum
noun
a machine

machinarius
māchinārius
noun
one who works on a scaffold

machinarius
māchinārius
adjective
of or belonging to machines

machinatio
māchinātiō
noun
artificial contrivance

machinator
māchinātor
noun
a maker of machines

machinatrix
māchinātrix
noun
an inventress

machinatus
māchinātus
noun
a contrivance

machinatus
māchinātus
adjective

machinor
māchinor
verb
to contrive skilfully

machinosus
māchinōsus
adjective
skilfully constructed

machinula
māchinula
noun
a little machine

machio
māchiō
noun
one who works on a scaffold

Machlyis
Machlyis
noun
a fabled people of Africa

Machoronis
Machorōnis
noun
a people of Pontus

macia
macia
noun
a plant

macies
maciēs
noun
leanness

macilentus
macilentus
adjective
lean

macio
maciō
verb
to make lean

macir
macir
adjective
a kind of red spicy bark brought from India

macis
macis
cross-reference

maco
macō
verb
to maul

macor
macor
noun
leanness

Macra
Mācra
noun
A river in Italy

Macra
Macra
noun
A river in Italy

macresco
macrescō
verb
to grow lean

macresco
mācrescō
verb
to grow lean

Macria
Macria
noun
a small island near Eubaea

macriculus
macriculus
adjective
lean

Macrinus
Macrīnus
noun
the name of a man

Macrinus
Mācrīnus
noun
the name of a man

Macris
Macris
noun
the name of several islands

Macris
Mācris
noun
the name of several islands

macritas
macritās
noun
leanness

macritudo
mācritūdō
noun
leanness

macritudo
macritūdō
noun
leanness

Macrobioe
Macrobioe
noun
A people of Aethiopia

Macrobius
Macrobius
noun
a Roman grammarian at the end of the fourth century

Macrobius
Macrobius
noun
A people of Aethiopia

Macrocephalus
Macrocephalus
noun
a people of Pontus

macrochera
macrochēra
noun
having long sleeves

Macrochir
Macrochīr
noun
Longhand

macrocollum
macrocollum
noun
large-sized paper

macrocolum
macrocōlum
noun
large-sized paper

macrologia
macrologia
noun
tediousness in speech

Macronis
Mācrōnis
noun

Macronis
Macrōnis
noun

mactabilis
mactābilis
adjective
deadly

mactatio
mactātiō
noun
a slaying

mactator
mactātor
noun
a slayer

mactatus
mactātus
noun
a slaying

macte
macte
cross-reference

mactea
mactea
cross-reference

mactea
mactea
noun
a dainty dish

macteola
macteola
noun
a little delicacy

macti
mactī
cross-reference

macto
mactō
verb
to offer

mactus
mactus
adjective

mactus
mactus
adjective

mactus
mactus
adjective
glorified

macula
macula
noun
a spot

Macula
Macula
noun
a Roman surname

maculatim
maculātim
adverb

maculatim
maculātim
verb
in a spotted or mottled fashion

maculatio
maculātiō
noun
a spotting

maculo
maculō
verb
to make spotted

maculosus
maculōsus
adjective
full of spots

madaris
madaris
noun
a Celtic javelin

Madarus
Madarus
noun
a surname jestingly given to

Madaura
Madaura
noun
a city in Numidia

Madaurensis
Madaurensis
noun
an inhabitant of Madaura

Madaurensis
Madaurensis
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Madaura

Madaurus
Madaurus
noun
a city in Numidia

madefacio
madefaciō
verb
to make wet

madefacto
madefactō
verb
to wet

madefio
madefīō
verb
to make wet

Madena
Madena
noun
a district of Great Armenia

madens
madens
adjective
wet

madens
madens
adjective

madeo
madeō
verb
to be wet or moist

madesco
madescō
verb
to become moist or wet

madide
madidē
adverb
moistly

madido
madidō
verb
to make wet or moist

madidus
madidus
adjective
moist

madon
madon
noun
A kind of grape-vine

mador
mador
noun
moisture

mados
mados
noun
A kind of grape-vine

Maduatenus
Maduatēnus
noun
the inhabitants of Madytos

madulsa
madulsa
noun
a drunken man

Madytos
Madytos
noun
a seaport town in the Thracian Chersonese

Madytus
Madytus
noun
a seaport town in the Thracian Chersonese

maea
maea
noun
a kind of sea-crab

Maeander
Maeander
noun
a river

Maeandratus
Maeandrātus
adjective
full of curves like the Maeander

Maeandricus
Maeandricus
adjective
adj.

Maeandrius
Maeandrius
adjective
Of or belonging to Maeander

Maeandros
Maeandros
noun
a river

Maeandrus
Maeandrus
noun
a river

Maecenas
Maecēnas
noun
a Roman knight

Maecenatianus
Maecēnātiānus
adjective
of or belonging to Maecenas

Maecia
Maecia
noun

Maecia
Maecia
noun
a tribe

Maecius
Maecius
noun
the name of a place in Latium

Maecius
Maecius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens. So

Maedica
Maedica
noun
the Maedian territory

Maedicus
Maedicus
adjective
of

Maedus
Maedus
noun
a Thracian people on the borders of Macedonia

maeles
maeles
noun

maeles
maelēs
noun
a marten or badger

Maelianus
Maeliānus
adjective
of or belonging to Maelius

Maelianus
Maeliānus
noun
the partisans of Maelius

Maelianus
Maeliānus
cross-reference

maelis
maelis
noun
a marten or badger

maelium
maelium
noun

Maelius
Maelius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

maena
maena
noun
a kind of small sea-fish

Maenadis
Maenadis
noun
the priestesses of Bacchus

Maenalides
Maenalidēs
noun
the Maenalide

Maenalis
Maenalis
noun
adj. f

Maenalius
Maenalius
adjective
of or belonging to Maenalus

Maenalos
Maenalos
noun
a range of mountains in Arcadia

Maenalum
Maenalum
noun
a range of mountains in Arcadia

Maenalus
Maenalus
noun
a range of mountains in Arcadia

Maenas
Maenas
noun
an inspired prophetess

Maenas
Maenas
noun

Maenas
Maenas
noun
a Bacchante

Maenia columna
Maenia columna
noun
a pillar in the Forum

Maenianum
Maeniānum
noun
a projecting gallery

Maenius
Maenius
adjective
of or belonging to a Maenius

Maenius
Maenius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

maenomenon mel
maenomenon mel
noun
a kind of honey

Maeon
Maeon
noun
A Theban

Maeonia
Maeonia
noun
Lydia

Maeonides
Maeonidēs
noun
a Maeonide

Maeonis
Maeonis
noun
a Maeonian woman

Maeonis
Maeonis
noun
the inhabitants of Maeonia

Maeonius
Maeonius
noun
the Lydians

Maeonius
Maeonius
adjective
of or belonging to Maeonia

Maeota
Maeōta
noun
a Scythian people on Lake Maeotis

Maeoticus
Maeōticus
adjective
of or belonging to Lake Maeotis

Maeoticus
Maeōticus
noun
the people living around Lake Maeotis

Maeotida
Maeōtida
noun
Maeotic tribes

Maeotis
Maeōtis
adjective
Maeotic

Maeotius
Maeōtius
adjective
Maeotian

Maera
Maera
noun
The name of a woman who was changed into a dog

maerens
maerens
adjective

maerens
maerens
adjective
P. a.

maerens
maerens
adjective

maereor
maereor
verb

maereo
maereō
verb
mournful

maeror
maeror
noun
a mourning

Maesia Silva
Maesia Silva
expression
a forest in the territory of the Veii

maesius
maesius
cross-reference

Maeson
Maeson
cross-reference

maeste
maestē
adverb
with sadness

maestifico
maestificō
verb
to make sad or sorrowful

maestificus
maestificus
adjective
saddening

maestiter
maestiter
adverb
in a way to indicate sorrow

maestitia
maestitia
noun
a being sad or sorrowful

maestitudo
maestitūdō
noun
sadness

maesto
maestō
verb
to make sad

maestus
maestus
adjective
full of sadness

Maevia
Maevia
noun
Roman proper names

Maevianus
Maeviānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Maevius

Maevius
Maevius
noun
Roman proper names

maga
maga
noun
masc.

Magaba
Magaba
noun
a mountain in Galatia

magale
māgāle
noun
little dwellings

Magale
Māgāle
noun
the suburbs of Carthage

maganum
maganum
noun
a wine-vessel made of wood

magdalidis
magdalidis
noun

magdalium
magdālium
noun
cylindrical figures

Magdolus
Magdolus
noun
a town of Egypt

mage
magē
adverb

mage
mage
adverb
in a higher degree

magester
magester
cross-reference

magganum
magganum
noun
a wine-vessel made of wood

magia
magīa
noun
the science of the

magice
magicē
noun
the magic art

magicus
magicus
adjective
of or belonging to magic

magida
magida
noun

magida
magida
noun
A dish

magira
magīra
noun
the art of cooking

magiriscium
magīriscium
noun
a little cook

magirus
magīrus
noun
a cook

magis
magis
noun
A dish

magis
magis
adverb
in a higher degree

magister
magister
noun
a master

magisterium
magisterium
noun
the office of a president

magisterius
magisterius
adjective
magisterial

magistero
magisterō
verb
to perform the office of a director or chief

magistra
magistra
noun
a mistress

magistralis
magistrālis
adjective
of or belonging to a master or teacher

magistras
magistras
adjective

magistratio
magistrātiō
noun
instruction

magistratus
magistrātus
noun
the office or rank of a

magistrianus
magistriānus
adjective
of or caused by a master or teacher

magistro
magistrō
verb
to perform the office of a director or chief

magma
magma
noun
the dregs of an unguent

magmatarius
magmatārius
cross-reference
one who prepares unguents

magmentarium
magmentārium
noun
a sanctuary for additional sacrifices

magmentarius
magmentārius
adjective
of or belonging to an addition made to a sacrifice

magmentatus
magmentātus
adjective
increased by an addition

magmentum
magmentum
noun
that which magnifies or glorifies

magnaevus
magnaevus
cross-reference
of a great age

Magna Graecia
Magna Graecia
expression
Lower Italy

magnale
magnāle
noun
great things

magnanimis
magnanimis
adjective
high-minded

magnanimitas
magnanimitās
noun
greatness of soul

magnanimus
magnanimus
adjective
great-souled

magnarius
magnārius
noun
of or belonging to what is great or in the gross

magnas
magnas
noun
a great man

magnatus
magnātus
noun
a great man

Magnes
Magnēs
adjective
Magnesian

Magnes
Magnēs
noun
the Magnesians

magnes
magnēs
noun
a magnet

Magnesia
Magnēsia
noun
a geographical proper name

Magnesius
Magnēsius
adjective
of or belonging to Magnesia

Magnessa
Magnessa
noun
a Magnesian woman

Magnetarches
Magnētarchēs
noun
the chief magistrate of the Magnesians

magneticus
magnēticus
adjective
magnetic

Magnetis
Magnētis
adjective
of or belonging to Magnesia

magnicies
magnicies
noun

magnidicus
magnidicus
adjective
that talks big

magnifacio
magnifaciō
verb
to make or think much of

magni facio
magnī faciō
verb
to make or think much of

magnificatio
magnificātiō
noun
a making much of

magnifice
magnificē
adverb
nobly

magnificens
magnificens
cross-reference

magnificenter
magnificenter
adverb
nobly

magnificentia
magnificentia
noun
greatness

magnificium
magnificium
noun

magnifico
magnificō
verb
To make much of

magnificus
magnificus
adjective
great

magniloquax
magniloquax
cross-reference
talking largely

magniloquentia
magniloquentia
noun
Elevated language

magniloquium
magniloquium
noun
pomposity

magniloquus
magniloquus
adjective
that speaks in a lofty style

magnisonans
magnisonans
adjective
loud-sounding

magnisonus
magnisonus
adjective
loud-sounding

magnitas
magnitās
noun
greatness

magnitiecies
magnitieciēs
noun
greatness

magnities
magnitiēs
noun
greatness

magnitudo
magnitūdō
noun
greatness

magnopere
magnoperē
adverb
very much

Magnus
Magnus
noun
a Roman surname

magnus
magnus
adjective
great

Mago
Māgō
noun
A Carthaginian

Magon
Māgon
noun
A Carthaginian

Magontiacum
Magontiacum
noun
a city of Germany

Magontiacum
Magontiacum
noun

Magontiacus
Magontiacus
noun

Magontiacus
Magontiacus
noun
Mayence

magudaris
magudaris
noun
the stalk

Magulla
Māgulla
noun
the name of a woman

magulum
magulum
noun
the jaw

Maguntia
Maguntia
noun

Maguntia
Maguntia
noun

magus
magus
noun
masc.

magus
magus
adjective
magic

magydaris
magydaris
cross-reference

magydaris (deris
magydaris (deris
noun
the stalk

Maharbal
Maharbal
noun
a Carthaginian officer under Hannibal

Maia
Māia
noun
Daughter of Atlas and Pleione

maia
maia
noun
a large kind of crab

Maius
Māius
noun
the month of May

Maja
Māja
noun
Daughter of Atlas and Pleione

majalis
mājālis
noun
a gelded boar

Majesta
Mājesta
noun
the wife of Vulcan

majestas
mājestās
noun
greatness

Majja
Majja
noun
Daughter of Atlas and Pleione

major
mājor
adjective
better

major
mājor
noun
adults

Major Graecia
Mājor Graecia
expression
Lower Italy

majoriarius
mājōriārius
noun
a great farmer of the revenue

majorinus
mājōrīnus
adjective
of the larger sort

Majugena
Mājugena
noun
the Maia-born

majuma
mājūma
noun
a great popular festival on the Tiber in the month of May

majus
mājus
adjective
great

majusculus
mājusculus
adjective
somewhat greater or larger

mala
māla
noun
the cheek-bone

malabathron
mālabathron
noun

Malaca
Malaca
noun
a city of

malacha
malacha
noun

Malacha
Malacha
noun
a city of

malache
malachē
noun
a kind of mallows

malacia
malacia
noun
a calm at sea

malacisso
malacissō
verb
v a

malacticus
malacticus
adjective
mouifying

malacus
malacus
adjective
soft

malaginum
malaginum
noun
a plaster made without fire

malagma
malagma
noun
an emollient

malandriosus
malandriōsus
adjective
full of blisters or pustules on the neck

malandrium
malandrium
noun
blisters or pustules on the neck

malaxatio
malaxātiō
noun
softening

malaxo
malaxō
verb
to soften

Malchinus
Malchīnus
cross-reference

Malchio
Malchīō
noun
the name of a man

maldacon
maldacon
noun
the gum of the tree called

male
male
adverb
badly

Malea
Malea
noun
a promontory in the Peloponnesus

Malea
Malēa
noun
a promontory in the Peloponnesus

Malea
Malea
noun
a promontory in the Peloponnesus

malebarbis
malebarbis
cross-reference
having a thin beard

maledicax
maledicax
adjective
foul-mouthed

male dicax
male dicax
adjective
foul-mouthed

maledice
maledicē
adverb
in a slanderous manner

maledicens
maledīcens
adjective

maledicens
maledīcens
adjective
P. a.

maledicentia
maledīcentia
noun
an evil-speaking

maledico
maledīcō
verb
to speak ill of

male dico
male dīcō
verb
to speak ill of

maledictio
maledictiō
noun
an evil-speaking

maledictito
maledictitō
verb
to revile or abuse vehemently or repeatedly

maledictor
maledictor
noun
a reviler

maledictum
maledictum
noun

maledictum
maledictum
noun
a foul or abusive word

maledictus
maledictus
adjective

maledictus
maledictus
adjective
P. a.

maledicus
maledicus
adjective
foul-mouthed

malefaber
malefaber
adjective
contriving evil

malefacio
malefaciō
verb
to do evil

male facio
male faciō
verb
to do evil

malefactio
malefactiō
noun
syncope

malefactor
malefactor
noun
an evildoer

malefactum
malefactum
noun

malefactum
malefactum
noun
an evil deed

male factum
male factum
noun
an evil deed

malefice
maleficē
adverb
mischievously

maleficentia
maleficentia
noun
an evil-doing

maleficium
maleficium
noun
an evil deed

maleficum
maleficum
noun
a charm

maleficus
maleficus
noun
a magician

maleficus
maleficus
adjective
evil-doing

maleficus
maleficus
noun
an evil-doer

malefidus
malefīdus
adjective
unfaithful

malefio
malefīō
verb
to be injured

malens
mālens
cross-reference

malens
mālens
adjective
P. a.

malesuadus
malesuādus
adjective
ill-advising

maletractatio
maletractātiō
noun
ill-treatment

Maleus
Malēus
adjective
of or belonging to the promontory of Malea

Maleus
Malēus
adjective

Maleventum
Maleventum
noun
ancient name of

Malevola
Malevola
noun
a female enemy

malevole
malevolē
adverb
adv.

malevolens
malevolens
adjective
ill-disposed

malevolens
malevolens
adjective
a spiteful person

malevolentia
malevolentīa
noun
ill-will

malevolus
malevolus
adjective
ill-disposed

Malevolus
Malevolus
noun
an ill-disposed person

malfactum
malfactum
noun
an evil deed

malfactum
malfactum
cross-reference

malfio
malfīō
verb
to be injured

Maliacus Sinus
Māliacus Sinus
expression
a gulf south of Thessaly

malibarbis
malibarbis
cross-reference
having a thin beard

malicordis
malicordis
cross-reference
badhearted

malicorium
mālicorium
noun
the rind of a pomegranate

Maliensis
Māliensis
adjective
adj.

malifer
mālifer
adjective
apple-bearing

malificus
malificus
cross-reference

malificus
malificus
adjective
evil-doing

malignans
malignans
cross-reference

malignans
malignans
noun
the wicked

maligne
malignē
adverb

maligne
malignē
adverb

malignitas
malignitās
noun
ill-will

malignor
malignor
verb
to do or contrive maliciously

malignor
malignor
verb
to do or contrive maliciously

malignosus
malignōsus
cross-reference
active in mischief

malignus
malignus
adjective
of an evil nature or disposition

maliloquax
maliloquax
adjective
evil-speaking

maliloquium
maliloquium
noun
an evil-speaking

maliloquus
maliloquus
adjective
evilspeaking

malinus
mālinus
adjective
of or belonging to an apple-tree

malitas
malitās
noun
evil

malitia
malitia
noun
bad quality

malitiose
malitiōsē
adverb
wickedly

malitiositas
malitiōsitās
noun
wickedness

malitiosus
malitiōsus
adjective
full of wickedness

Malius
Mālius
adjective
Malian

malivolens
malivolens
adjective

malivolentia
malivolentia
adjective

malivolentia
malivolentīa
noun
ill-will

malivolevolens
malivolevolens
adjective
ill-disposed

malivolus
malivolus
adjective

malivolus
malivolus
adjective
ill-disposed

malleator
malleātor
noun
a hammerer

malleatus
malleātus
adjective
wrought or beaten with a hammer

malleolaris
malleolāris
adjective
of or belonging to vine-shoots or to young vines

malleolus
malleolus
noun
a small hammer or mallet

malleus
malleus
noun
a hammer

Mallius
Mallius
noun
a Roman proper name

mallo
mallō
noun
The stem

Malloea
Malloea
noun
a city in Thessaly

mallon
mallon
noun
the Baeotian name for the plant Nymphaea

Mallos
Mallos
noun
a city in Cilicia

Mallotes
Mallōtēs
noun
an inhabitant of Mallus

mallus
mallus
noun
a lock of wool

malluvia
malluvia
noun
water for washing the hands

malluvium
malluvium
noun
a wash-handbasin

malo
mālō
cross-reference
to choose rather

malobathratus
mālobathrātus
adjective
anointed with

malobathrinus
mālobāthrinus
adjective
made of betel

malobathrinus
mālobathrinus
adjective
made of betel

malobathron
mālobathron
noun
an Indian

malobathrum
mālobathrum
noun
an Indian

malogranata
mālogrānāta
noun
a pomegranate tree

malogranatum
mālogrānātum
noun
a pomegranate

malope
mālopē
noun
mallows

Malotes
Mālōtēs
noun
an inhabitant of Mallus

maltha
maltha
noun
a kind of thick

Malthinus
Malthīnus
noun
a fictitious name

maltho
malthō
verb
to cement

Maltinus
Maltīnus
noun
a fictitious name

Maluginensis
Malūginensis
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Cornelia

maluginosus
maluginōsus
adjective
cunning

malum
malum
noun
any thing bad

malum
mālum
noun
an apple

malundrum
malundrum
noun
a plant

malus
mālus
noun
an upright mast

malus
malus
adjective
bad

malus
mālus
noun
an appletree

malva
malva
noun
mallows

malvaceus
malvāceus
adjective
of or belonging to mallows

Mamercinus
Māmercīnus
noun
of or belonging to a Mamercus

Mamercus
Māmercus
noun
an Oscan praenomen

Mamers
Māmers
noun
the Oscan name for Mars

Mamertinus
Māmertīnus
noun
the Mamertines

Mamertinus
Māmertīnus
adjective

Mamertinus
Māmertīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Mamertines

Mamertinus
Māmertīnus
noun
consul

Mamilius
Mamilius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

Mamilius
Mamilius
adjective
of or belonging to a Mamilius

mamilla
mamilla
noun
a breast

mamillanus
mamillānus
adjective
full

mamillare
mamillāre
noun
a breast-cloth

mamillaris
mamillāris
adjective
of or in the breast

mamma
mamma
noun
a breast

Mammaea
Mammaea
noun
the mother of the emperor Alexander Severus

Mammaeanus
Mammaeānus
adjective
of or belonging to Mammaea

mammalis
mammālis
adjective
of or for the breasts

mammamilla
mammamilla
noun
a breast

mammatus
mammātus
adjective
furnished with little pipes

mammeatus
mammeātus
adjective
having large breasts

mammicula
mammicula
noun
a little breast

mammilla
mammilla
cross-reference

mammo
mammō
verb
to give suck

mammon
mammon
noun
riches

mammona
mammōna
noun
riches

mammonas
mammōnās
noun
riches

mammoneus
mammōneus
adjective
greedy of gain

mammosus
mammōsus
adjective
having large breasts

mammothreptus
mammothreptus
noun
nourished by a nurse

mammula
mammula
noun
a little breast or teat

Mammula
Mammula
noun
a Roman proper name

mamphula
mamphūla
noun
a kind of Syrian bread

mamphur
mamphur
cross-reference
a bow-drill

Mamurius
Māmurius
noun
the maker of the

Mamurius
Māmūrius
noun
the maker of the

Mamurra
Māmurra
noun
a Roman knight of Formiae

mamzer
mamzer
adjective
adj. comm

mana
mana
noun

Mana
Māna
noun
ancient Roman goddesses

manabilis
mānābilis
adjective
flowing

manachus
mānachus
noun
the ecliptic

manacus
mānacus
noun
the ecliptic

manale
mānāle
noun
a ewer

Manalis
Mānālis
adjective
of or belonging to the Manes

manalis
mānālis
adjective
flowing

manamen
mānāmen
noun
a flowing

manatio
mānātiō
noun
a flowing

manceps
manceps
noun
a purchaser

Mancia
Mancia
noun
a Roman surname

Mancinianus
Mancīniānus
adjective
of or belonging to Mancinus

Mancinus
Mancīnus
noun
a Roman proper name

manciola
manciola
noun
a little hand

manciparius
mancipārius
noun

mancipatio
mancipātiō
noun
a making over

mancipatus
mancipātus
noun
A sale

mancipi
mancipī
adverb

mancipium
mancipium
noun
a taking by hand

mancipo
mancipō
verb
To make over or deliver up as property

mancupatio
mancupātiō
cross-reference

mancupatio
mancupātiō
noun
a making over

mancupium
mancupium
cross-reference

mancupium
mancupium
noun
a taking by hand

mancupo
mancupō
cross-reference

mancupo
mancupō
verb
To make over or deliver up as property

mancus
mancus
adjective
maimed

mandatarius
mandātārius
noun
one to whom a charge or commission is given

mandatela
mandātēla
noun
a charge

mandatio
mandātiō
noun
a charge

mandativus
mandātīvus
adjective
of or belonging to a charge or command

mandator
mandātor
noun
one who gives a charge or commission

mandatorius
mandātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a mandator

mandatrix
mandātrix
noun
she that charges or commands

mandatum
mandātum
noun

mandatum
mandātum
noun
a charge

mandatus
mandātus
adjective

mandatus
mandātus
noun
a command

Mandela
Mandēla
noun
a town in the Sabine territory

Mandelanus
Mandēlānus
adjective
of or belonging to Mandela

mandibula
mandibula
noun
a jaw

mandibulum
mandibulum
noun
a jaw

mando
mandō
verb
to chew

mando
mandō
noun
a glutton

mando
mandō
verb
to commit to one's charge

Mandonius
Mandonius
noun
a general in Spain

mandra
mandra
noun
a stall or pen for cattle

mandragoras
mandragorās
noun
a plant

Mandropolis
Mandropolis
noun
a city in Great Phrygia

Mandubius
Mandūbius
noun
a people of

manducatio
mandūcātiō
noun
a chewing

manducator
mandūcātor
noun
a chewer

manducor
mandūcor
verb
to chew

manduco
mandūcō
verb
to chew

manducor
mandūcor
verb

manduco
mandūcō
noun
a glutton

manducus
mandūcus
noun
a glutton

Manduria
Mandūria
noun
a city of the Salentines

mane
māne
noun
The morning

manentia
manentia
noun
permanency

maneo
maneō
verb
To stay

Manetho
Manethō
noun
a priest of Heliopolis

Manethos
Manethos
noun
a priest of Heliopolis

mango
mangō
noun
a dealer

mangonicizo
mangōnicizō
verb
to set off

mangonico
mangōnicō
verb
to set off

mangonicus
mangōnicus
adjective
of or belonging to a dealer

mangonium
mangōnium
noun
a setting off

mangonizo
mangōnīzō
cross-reference

manhu
manhu
noun
the manna

mani
mānī
adverb

mania
mania
noun
madness

Mania
Mānia
noun
a Roman praenomen

Mania
Mānia
noun
the mother of the Lares

Mania
Mānia
noun

manibrium
manibrium
cross-reference

manibrium
manibrium
noun
that which is grasped or held in the hand

manibrium
manībrium
cross-reference

manibula
manibula
cross-reference

manica
manica
noun
the long sleeve of a tunic

manicarius
manicārius
noun
a manacler

manicatus
manicātus
adjective
furnished with long sleeves

Manichaeus
Manichaeus
noun
a heretical Christian sect

Manichaeus
Manichaeus
noun

maniciolum
maniciolum
noun
a small bundle

manicium
manicium
cross-reference
a glove

manicleatus
manicleātus
adjective
furnished with long sleeves

manico
mānicō
verb
to come in the morning

manicon
manicon
noun
a plant

manicula
manicula
noun
a little hand

manifestarius
manifestārius
adjective
palpable

manifestatio
manifestātiō
noun
a manifesting

manifestator
manifestātor
noun
a discoverer

manifeste
manifestē
adverb

manifeste
manifestē
adverb
palpably

manifesto
manifestō
adverb
palpably

manifesto
manifestō
verb
to make public

manifestum
manifestum
noun
obvious facts

manifestus
manifestus
adjective
palpable

manifolium
manifolium
noun
a kind of burdock

Manilia
Mānīlia
noun
a courtesan

Manilianus
Mānīliānus
adjective
adj.

Manilius
Mānīlius
adjective
name of a Roman gens. So

Manilius
Mānīlius
adjective
of or belonging to a Manilius

maniola
māniola
noun
little bugaboos

maniopoeos
maniopoeos
noun
a term applied to henbane

maniosus
maniōsus
adjective
full of madness

maniplaris
maniplāris
adjective
miles or belonging to a maniple or company

maniplaris
maniplāris
cross-reference

maniplaris
maniplaris
noun
a soldier of a maniple

maniplus
manīplus
cross-reference

maniplus
manīplus
noun
a handful

manipretium
manipretium
noun
a workman's or artist's pay

manipretium
manipretium
cross-reference

manipularis
manipulāris
adjective
miles or belonging to a maniple or company

manipularis
manipulāris
noun
a soldier of a maniple

manipularius
manipulārius
adjective
of or belonging to a maniple or to a common soldier

manipulatim
manipulātim
adverb
By handfuls

manipulus
manipulus
noun
a handful

Manius
Mānius
noun
a Roman praenomen

Manlianum
Manliānum
noun
a villa belonging to Q. Cicero

Manlianus
Manliānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Manlius

Manlius
Manlius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

Manlius
Manlius
adjective
of or belonging to a Manlius

manna
manna
noun
a grain

manna
manna
noun
the manna

manna, man
manna, man
noun
the manna

mannulus
mannulus
noun
a Gallic pony

Mannus
Mannus
noun
a god of the ancient Germans

mannus
mannus
noun
a kind of small Gallic horse

mano
mānō
verb
to flow

manon
mānon
noun
a kind of soft sponge

manos
mānos
noun
a kind of soft sponge

Mans
Māns
noun
The deified souls of the departed

mansio
mansiō
noun
a staying

mansionarius
mansiōnārius
adjective
of or belonging to a dwelling or lodging

mansito
mansitō
verb
to stay

mansiuncula
mansiuncula
noun
a little dwelling

mansor
mansor
noun
a sojourner

mansorius
mansōrius
adjective
abiding

mansuefacio
mansuēfaciō
verb
to make tame

mansuefactio
mansuēfactiō
noun
the taming

mansuefio
mansuēfīō
verb
to make tame

mansues
mansuēs
adjective
tamed

mansuesco
mansuescō
verb
to tame

mansuetarius
mansuētārius
noun
a tamer of wild beasts

mansuete
mansuētē
adverb
gently

mansueto
mansuētō
verb
to make tame

mansuetudo
mansuētūdō
noun
tameness

mansuetus
mansuētus
adjective
P. a.

mansus
mansus
participle

mantele
mantēle
noun
a towel

mantelium
mantēlium
noun
a towel

mantellum
mantellum
noun
a cloth

mantelum
mantēlum
noun
a cloth

mantia
mantīa
noun
the name of the blackberry-bush

mantica
mantica
noun
a bag for the hand

mantice
manticē
noun
the goddess of prescience

mantichora
mantichora
noun
a fabulous Indian beast

mantichora
mantichōra
noun
a fabulous Indian beast

manticinor
manticinor
verb
to predict

manticula
manticula
noun
a small wallet

manticularium
manticulārium
noun
handy little things

manticularius
manticulārius
noun
a cutpurse

manticulatio
manticulātiō
cross-reference

manticulator
manticulātor
noun
a pickpocket

manticuloor
manticuloor
verb
to steal

mantile
mantīle
noun

mantile
mantīle
noun
a towel

mantilium
mantīlium
noun

mantilium
mantīlium
noun
a towel

Mantinea
Mantinēa
noun
a city of Arcadia

mantisa
mantīsa
noun
a worthless addition

mantiscinor
mantiscinor
cross-reference

mantissa
mantissa
noun
a worthless addition

Manto
Mantō
noun
The daughter of Tiresias

manto
mantō
verb
to wait for

Mantua
Mantua
noun
a city of

Mantuanus
Mantuānus
adjective
of or belonging to Mantua or to Virgil

mantuelis
mantuēlis
adjective
cloakshaped

mantum
mantum
noun
a Spanish cloak

Manturna
Manturna
noun
the goddess of matrimony

Mantus
Mantus
noun
the Etruscan Pluto

manua
manua
noun
a handful

manuale
manuāle
noun
the case or covering of a book

manualis
manuālis
adjective
of or belonging to the hand

manuarius
manuārius
noun
a thief

manuarius
manuārius
adjective
of or belonging to the hand

manuatus
manuātus
adjective
furnished with hands

manubalista
manubalista
noun
a hand-ballista

manuballista
manuballista
noun
a hand-ballista

manuballistarius
manuballistārius
noun
one who carries or uses a hand-ballista

manubia
manubia
noun
money obtained from the sale of booty

manubialis
manubiālis
adjective
of or belonging to booty

manubiarius
manubiārius
adjective
of or belonging to booty

manubius
manubius
adjective

manubriatus
manūbriātus
adjective
furnished with a handle

manubriolum
manūbriolum
noun
a little handle or haft

manubrium
manūbrium
noun
that which is grasped or held in the hand

manuciolum
manuciolum
noun
a small bundle

manucium
manucium
cross-reference
a glove

manucla
manucla
cross-reference

manucula
manucula
cross-reference

manuculatus
manuculātus
adverb

manu emitto
manu emittō
verb
to release from one's power

manufactilis
manufactilis
adjective
made by hand of man

manufactus
manufactus
adjective

manufestus
manufestus
adjective
palpable

manuinspex
manuinspex
cross-reference
a hand-inspector

manui pretium
manui pretium
noun
a workman's or artist's pay

manulea
manulea
noun
A long sleeve

manulearius
manuleārius
noun
a maker of sleeves or muffs

manuleatus
manuleātus
adjective
furnished with long sleeves

manuleus
manuleus
noun
the long sleeve of a tunic

manumissio
manūmissiō
noun
the freeing of a slave

manumissor
manūmissor
noun
one who gives a slave his freedom

manumissus
manūmissus
adjective

manumitto
manūmittō
verb
to release from one's power

manuorr
manuor
cross-reference
to steal

manuplaris
manūplāris
adjective
miles or belonging to a maniple or company

manuplaris
manuplāris
adjective
miles or belonging to a maniple or company

manupretiosus
manupretiōsus
adjective
precious

manupretium
manupretium
noun
a workman's or artist's pay

manupularis
manūpulāris
adjective
miles or belonging to a maniple or company

manupularis
manupulāris
adjective
miles or belonging to a maniple or company

manus
mānus
noun

manus
manus
noun
a hand

manus pretium
manus pretium
noun
a workman's or artist's pay

manutergium
manutergium
noun
a towel

manutigium
manutigium
noun
a touching or feeling with the hand

manzer
manzer
adjective
adj. comm

manzer
manzer
noun
a bastard

mapale
mapāle
noun
huts

mappa
mappa
noun
a napkin

mappula
mappula
noun
a small napkin

Maracandum
Maracandum
noun
the capital of Sogdiana

Marathenus
Marathēnus
adjective

Marathenus
Marathēnus
adjective
of or from Marathos

Marathon
Marathon
noun
a town

Marathonis
Marathōnis
noun
adj. f

Marathonius
Marathonius
adjective
of or belonging to Marathon

Marathos
Marathos
noun
an ancient Phaenician city

marathrites
marathrītēs
noun
wine flavored with fennel

marathros
marathros
noun
fennel

marathrum
marathrum
noun
fennel

marathrus
marathrus
noun
fennel

Marathus
Marathus
noun
an ancient Phaenician city

Marathus
Marathus
noun

Marathus
Marathus
noun
A favorite of Tibullus

Marcellianus
Marcelliānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Marcellus

Marcellium
Marcellīum
noun
a festival in honor of the Marcelli in Syracuse

Marcellus
Marcellus
noun
a Roman family name in the plebeian gens Claudia

marcens
marcens
adjective
P. a.

marcens
marcens
adjective
P. a

marceo
marceō
verb
to wither

marcesco
marcescō
verb
to wither

Marcia
Marcia
cross-reference
a vestal virgin

Marcia aqua
Marcia aqua
expression

Marciane
Marciānē
adverb
in the manner of Marcius

Marcianopolis
Marciānopolis
noun
a city of Lower Maesia on the Euxine

Marcianus
Marciānus
noun

Marcianus
Marciānus
noun

Marcianus
Marciānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Marcius

Marcianus
Marciānus
adjective
pertaining to Marcus

Marcianus
Marciānus
noun
a Roman jurist

Marcianus
Marciānus
adjective

marcidat
marcidat
cross-reference
melts away

marcidulus
marcidulus
adjective
somewhat drooping

marcidus
marcidus
adjective
withered

Marcion
Marcīon
noun
a heretic of Sinope

Marcion
Marcion
noun
a heretic of Sinope

Marcionensis
Marciōnensis
adjective
of or belonging to the heretic Marcion

Marcionista
Marciōnista
noun

Marcionita
Marciōnīta
noun

Marcionitae
Marciōnītaē
adverb
Marcionites

Marcipor
Marcipor
noun
The title of a satire of Varro

Marcius
Marcius
adjective
of or belonging to a Marcius

Marcius
Marcius
noun
servant of Mars

Marcius
Marcius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens.

Marcodurum
Marcodūrum
noun
a town of the Ubians

Marcolica
Marcolica
noun
a chief city of Spain

Marcomania
Marcomania
noun
the country of the Marcomanni

Marcomanicus
Marcomanicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Marcomanni

Marcomannia
Marcomannia
noun
the country of the Marcomanni

Marcomannicus
Marcomannicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Marcomanni

Marcomannus
Marcomannus
noun
a Germanic people

Marcomanus
Marcomanus
noun
a Germanic people

marcor
marcor
noun
a withering

marculentus
marculentus
adjective
withered

marculus
marculus
noun
a small hammer

Marculus
Marculus
cross-reference

marcus
marcus
noun
a large hammer

Marcus
Marcus
noun
a Roman praenomen

Mardonius
Mardonius
noun
a son-in-law of Darius

Mardus
Mardus
noun
a plundering race dwelling in the highlands between Media

mare
mare
noun
the sea

Marea
Marea
noun
a lake

Mare Aegaeum
Mare Aegaeum
expression
Aegean

Marene
Marēnē
noun
a region of Thrace

Mareota
Mareōta
noun
a lake

Mareotae
Mareōtaē
adverb
a part of Libya bordering on Egypt

Mareoticus
Mareōticus
adjective
adj.

Mareotis
Mareōtis
adverb
a part of Libya bordering on Egypt

Mareotis
Mareōtis
noun
adj. f

Mareum
Mareum
noun
an ancient town of Cyprus

marga
marga
noun
a kind of earth

Margania
Margānia
noun
a city in Margiana

margaridis
margaridis
noun
a round kind of date

margarita
margarīta
noun
a pearl

Margaritaria
Margarītāria
noun
a female dealer in pearls

margaritarius
margarītārius
adjective
of or belonging to pearls

margaritarius
margarītārius
noun
a dealer in pearls

margaritatus
margarītātus
adjective
adorned with pearls

margaritifer
margarītifer
adjective
pearl-bearing

margarition
margarītion
noun
a little pearl

margaritum
margarītum
noun

margaritum
margarītum
noun
a pearl

Margas
Margas
noun
a river of Maesia

margella
margella
cross-reference

Margiana
Margiāna
noun
a country of Asia

Margiane
Margiānē
noun
a country of Asia

margino
marginō
verb
to furnish with a border

Margis
Margis
noun
a river of Maesia

margo
margō
noun
an edge

Margum
Margum
noun
a city in Upper Maesia

Maria
Maria
noun
a town of the Parthians

Maria
Marīa
noun
a town of the Parthians

Maria
Marīa
noun
a female proper name

Maria
Maria
noun
a female proper name

mariambulus
mariambulus
adjective
a walker on the sea

Mariana
Mariāna
noun
a Roman colony on the eastern coast of Corsica

Mariana
Mariāna
noun

Mariandynus
Mariandȳnus
noun
a people of Bithynia

Mariandynus
Mariandȳnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Mariandyni

Marianus
Mariānus
adjective

Marianus
Mariānus
adjective
of or pertaining to C. Marius

Marianus
Mariānus
noun
another name of the Cernetari in Latium

Marica
Marīca
noun
a nymph in the territory of Minturnae

Marica
Marīca
noun
Minlurnae

Maricas
Maricās
noun
a title of a comedy of Eupolis

Mariccus
Mariccus
noun
a Boian

marinus
marīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the sea

marisca
marisca
noun
a large inferior kind of fig

mariscos
mariscos
noun
a kind of rush

mariscus
mariscus
noun
a kind of rush

marita
marīta
noun
a married woman

marita
marīta
noun
a married woman

maritalis
marītālis
adjective
of or belonging to married people

maritaliter
marītāliter
adverb
adv.

maritata
marītāta
noun
a wife

maritatus
marītātus
adjective
Part. and P. a

maritatus
marītātus
adjective
P. a.

maritimum
maritimum
noun
maritime parts or places

maritimus
maritimus
adjective
of or belonging to the sea

marito
marītō
verb
to give a husband

maritumus
maritumus
adjective
of or belonging to the sea

maritus
marītus
adjective
of or belonging to marriage

maritus
marītus
noun
a married man

maritus
marītus
noun
married people

Marium
Marium
noun
an ancient town of Cyprus

Marius
Marius
adjective
of or pertaining to C. Marius

Marius
Marius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Marmaricus
Marmaricus
adjective
of or belonging to Marmarica

Marmarida
Marmarida
noun
the inhabitants of Marmarica

Marmarides
Marmaridēs
noun
a man from Marmarica

marmaritis
marmarītis
noun
a plant that grows in marble quarries

marmaryga
marmaryga
noun
movable specks or spots in the eye

marmarygma
marmarygma
noun
movable specks or spots in the eye

Marmessus
Marmessus
noun
a town in Troas

Marmissus (os
Marmissus (os
noun
a town in Troas

marmor
marmor
noun
marble

marmorarius
marmorārius
adjective
of or belonging to marble

marmorarius
marmorārius
noun
a worker in marble

marmoratio
marmorātiō
noun
an overlaying or incrusting with marble

marmoratum
marmorātum
cross-reference

marmoratum
marmorātum
noun
a covering for walls or floors made of pounded marble and lime

marmoreus
marmoreus
adjective
made or consisting of marble

marmoro
marmorō
verb
to overlay or incrust with marble

marmorosus
marmorōsus
adjective
like marble

marmur
marmur
noun
marble

marmusculum
marmusculum
noun
a small work in marble

Marnas
Marnās
noun
a deity worshipped at Gaza

Maro
Marō
noun
a mountain in Sicily

Maro
Marō
noun
the companion and instructor of the youthful Bacchus

Maro
Marō
noun
the family name of the poet

Maroboduus
Maroboduus
noun
Marbod

maron
maron
cross-reference

maron
maron
noun
a plant

Maronea
Marōnēa
noun
A town of Thrace

Maroneus
Marōnēus
adjective
of Maronea

Maroneus
Marōnēus
adjective
Of or belonging to Virgil

Maroneus
Marōnēus
adjective
of or belonging to the poet Virgil

Maronia
Marōnīa
noun
A town of Thrace

Maronianus
Marōniānus
adjective

Maronianus
Marōniānus
adjective
Maronian

maronion
maronion
noun
a plant

Marpesius
Marpēsius
adjective
of or belonging to Marpessus

Marpessiesius
Marpessiēsius
adjective
of or belonging to Marpessus in the Troas

Marpessius
Marpessius
adjective
of or belonging to Marpessus

Marpessius
Marpessius
adjective
of or belonging to Marpessus in the Troas

Marpessius
Marpessius
cross-reference

Marpessus
Marpessus
noun
a town in the Troas

Marpessus
Marpessus
noun
a mountain in the island of Paros

Marpesus
Marpēsus
noun
a town in the Troas

Marpesus
Marpēsus
noun
a mountain in the island of Paros

marra
marra
noun
a sort of hoe for tearing up weeds

marrubium
marrubium
noun
the plant horehound

Marrubium
Marrubium
noun
a city in Latium

Marrubius
Marrubius
adjective
of or belonging to Marrubium

Marrucine
Marrūcīnē
adverb
in the Marrucine manner

Marrucinus
Marrūcīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Marrucini

Marrucinus
Marrūcīnus
noun
a people of Italy

Marruvinus
Marruvīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Marrubium

Marruvium
Marruvium
noun
a city in Latium

Marruvius
Marruvius
noun
the inhabitants of Marrubium

Mars
Mars
noun
Mars

Marsacius
Marsacius
noun
a people of

Marsacus
Marsacus
noun
a people of

Marsicus
Marsicus
adjective
Marsian

Marsignus
Marsignus
noun
a people of Germany

Marspedis
Marspedis
cross-reference

Marspiter
Marspiter
noun

marsupium
marsūpium
noun
a pouch

marsuppium
marsuppium
noun
a pouch

Marsus
Marsus
noun
an epigrammatic poet in the time of Augustus

Marsus
Marsus
adjective

Marsus
Marsus
adjective
of or belonging to the Marsi

Marsus
Marsus
noun
A people in Latium

Marsya
Marsya
noun
a satyr who challenged Apollo to a trial of skill on the flute

Marsyas
Marsyās
noun
a satyr who challenged Apollo to a trial of skill on the flute

Marsyas
Marsyās
noun
A river in Greater Phrygia

martes
martēs
noun
a marten

Martiales
Martiāles
noun
Belonging to the

Martialis
Martiālis
noun
a priest of Mars

Martialis
Martiālis
adjective

Martialis
Martiālis
adjective
Of or belonging to Mars

Martialis
Martiālis
noun
a native of Bilbilis

Martianus
Martiānus
noun
a Roman jurist

Martiaticus
Martiaticus
adjective
martial

Marticola
Marticola
noun
a worshipper of Mars

Marticultor
Marticultor
noun
a worshipper of Mars

Martigena
Martigena
noun
Mars-born

martiobarbulus
martiobarbulus
noun
a soldier provided with leaden balls

Martius
Martius
adjective
Of or belonging to Mars

Martius
Martius
noun
March

martulus
martulus
noun
a small hammer

martulus
martulus
cross-reference

martyr
martyr
noun
a witness

martyrium
martyrium
noun
a testimony

Marucca
Marucca
noun
a town in Batica

Marucinus
Marūcīnus
noun
a people of Italy

Marulla
Marulla
noun

Marullus
Marullus
noun
a Roman surname

marum
marum
noun
a plant

Marus
Marus
noun
a river in Dacia

mas
mās
adjective
a male

mas
mās
noun
male

Masada
Masada
noun
a fortress in Judaea

Masaessaesylus
Masaessaesȳlus
noun
a people in Africa

Masaesylus
Masaesȳlus
noun

Masanisa
Masanīsa
noun
a king of Numidia

Masatus
Masātus
noun
a people of Mauritania

mascarpio
mascarpiō
noun

masculatus
masculātus
adjective

masculesco
masculescō
verb
to become or turn male

masculetum
masculētum
noun
a place where male plants are planted

masculine
masculīnē
adverb
in the masculine gender

masculiniter
masculīniter
adverb
in the masculine gender

masculinus
masculīnus
adjective
male

masculofemina
masculofēmina
noun
a man-woman

masculus
masculus
adjective
Worthy of or befitting a man

Maseus
Masēus
noun
a people of Arabia

Masgaba
Masgaba
noun
A son of King Masinissa

Masicitus
Masicitus
noun
a mountain in Lycia

Masinissa
Masinissa
noun
a king of Numidia

Maso
Masō
noun
a surname in the gens Papiria

Maspedis
Maspedis
cross-reference

maspetum
maspetum
noun
the leaf of the

Maspiter
Maspiter
adverb

Massa
Massa
noun
a Roman surname

massa
massa
noun
that which adheres together like dough

Massaesylia
Massaesȳlia
noun
the country of the Massaesyli

Massaesylus
Massaesȳlus
noun
a people in Africa

Massageta
Massageta
noun
a Scythian people

Massagetes
Massagetēs
noun
one of the Massagetae

Massala
Massala
noun
a town of Arabia Felix

Massalioticus
Massaliōticus
adjective

Massalioticus
Massaliōticus
cross-reference
of or belonging to Massilia

massalis
massālis
adjective
of or belonging to a mass

massaliter
massāliter
adverb
in a mass

massaris
massaris
noun
a grape from a wild vine

massaticius
massātīcius
adjective
consisting of masses or lumps

massatius
massātius
adjective
consisting of masses or lumps

Massicum
Massicum
noun
wine of the Massicus

Massicum vinum
Massicum vīnum
noun
wine of the Massicus

Massicus
Massicus
noun
a mountain in Campania

Massilia
Massilia
noun
a celebrated seaport town in

Massilianus
Massiliānus
adjective
of or belonging to Massilia

Massiliensis
Massiliensis
noun
the inhabitants of Massilia

Massiliensis
Massiliensis
adjective
of or belonging to Massilia

Massilioticus
Massiliōticus
cross-reference
of or belonging to Massilia

Massilitanum
Massilitānum
noun
wine of Massilia

Massilitanus
Massīlītānus
adjective
adj.

Massilitanus
Massīlītānus
noun
the Massilians

Massilitanus
Massilītānus
noun
the Massilians

Massilitanus
Massilītānus
adjective
adj.

Masso
Massō
noun
a surname in the gens Papiria

masso
massō
verb
to chew

massula
massula
noun
a little lump or mass

Massurius
Massurius
cross-reference
a celebrated jurist in the time of the emperor Tiberius

Massycites
Massycītēs
noun

Massylaeus
Massȳlaeus
adjective
of or belonging to the Massylians

Massyleus
Massylēus
adjective
of or belonging to the Massylians

Massylius
Massȳlius
adjective
of or belonging to the Massyli

Massylus
Massȳlus
noun
a people in Africa

Massylus
Massȳlus
adjective
of or belonging to the Massyli

Mastarna
Mastarna
noun
an ancient

Mastaurensis
Mastaurensis
noun
the inhabitants of the city of

masticatio
masticātiō
noun
a chewing

masticatus
masticātus
adjective
furnished or seasoned with mastic

mastice
masticē
noun
mastic

masticha
masticha
noun

mastichatus
mastichātus
adjective
furnished or seasoned with mastic

mastiche
mastichē
noun
mastic

mastichinus
mastichinus
adjective
of or belonging to mastic

mastichum
mastichum
cross-reference

mastichum
mastichum
noun

masticinus
masticinus
adjective
of or belonging to mastic

mastico
masticō
verb
to chew

masticum
masticum
cross-reference

masticum
masticum
noun

mastigia
mastīgia
noun
a scoundrel

mastigo
mastīgō
verb
to

mastigophorus
mastīgophorus
noun
a whip-bearer

mastix
mastix
noun

mastix
mastix
adjective

mastos
mastos
noun
a plant good for the breast

mastruca
mastrūca
noun
a garment made of skins

mastrucatus
mastrūcātus
adjective
clothed in a mastruca or in skins

mastruga
mastrūga
noun
a garment made of skins

masturbator
masturbātor
noun
one who defiles himself

masturboor
masturboor
verb
to defile one's self

masucium
masucium
cross-reference

Masurianus
Masuriānus
adjective

Masurianus
Masuriānus
adjective
of or pertaining to Massurius

Masurius
Masurius
cross-reference

Masurius
Masurius
cross-reference
a celebrated jurist in the time of the emperor Tiberius

matara
matara
noun
a Celtic javelin

matara
matara
noun

mataris
mataris
noun

mataris
mataris
noun
a Celtic javelin

mataxa
mataxa
cross-reference

mataxa
mataxa
noun
raw silk

matela
matēla
noun
a pot

matella
matella
noun
a pot

matellio
matelliō
noun
a pot

mateola
mateola
noun
a little delicacy

mateola
mateola
noun
a kind of mallet or beetle

mater
māter
noun
a mother

matercula
mātercula
noun
a little mother

materfamilias
māterfamilias
cross-reference

mater familias
māter familias
cross-reference

materia
māteria
noun
stuff

materialis
māteriālis
adjective
of or belonging to matter

materialiter
māteriāliter
adverb
according to the occasion

materiaria
māteriāria
noun
the trade in timber

materiarius
māteriārius
adjective
of or belonging to stuff

materiarius
māteriārius
noun
a timber-merchant

materiatio
māteriātiō
noun
woodwork

materiatura
māteriātūra
noun
a working in wood

materies
māteriēs
noun
stuff

materies
māteriēs
noun

materinus
māterīnus
adjective
hard

materior
māterior
verb
to fell or procure wood

materio
māteriō
verb
to build of wood

materiola
māteriola
noun
a small matter

materiosus
māteriōsus
cross-reference

materis
materis
noun
a Celtic javelin

Maternus
Māternus
noun
a Roman surname

maternus
māternus
adjective
of or belonging to a mother

matertera
mātertera
noun
a mother's sister

Mathematica
Mathēmatica
noun
Mathematics

mathematice
mathēmaticē
noun

mathematice
mathēmaticē
noun
Mathematics

Mathematicus
Mathēmaticus
noun
A mathematician

mathematicus
mathēmaticus
adjective
of or belonging to mathematics

mathesis
mathēsis
noun
The mathematics

Matho
Mathō
noun
a rich speculator

Matianus
Matiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Matius

Matilica
Matilica
noun
a city in Umbria

Matilicats
Matilicāts
noun
the inhabitants of Matilica

Matinus
Matīnus
noun
a mountain in

Matinus
Matīnus
noun
a mountain or promontory in Apulia

Matinus
Matīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Mount Matinus

Matisco
Matiscō
noun
a city of the Aeduans

Matius
Matius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens. So

Matra
Matra
noun
the protecting goddesses of a country

matralis
mātrālis
adjective
pertaining to a mother

Matres
Matres
noun
the protecting goddesses of a country

matresco
mātrescō
verb
to become a mother

matricalis
mātrīcālis
adjective
of or belonging to the womb or matrix

matricida
mātricīda
noun
a mother's murderer

matricidium
mātricīdium
noun
the murder of one's mother

matricula
mātrīcula
noun
a public register

matriculus
matriculus
noun
an unknown fish

matrimes
matrimes
noun

matrimonialis
mātrimōniālis
adjective
of or belonging to marriage

matrimonium
mātrimōnium
noun
wedlock

matrimus
mātrimus
adjective
that has a mother living

matrix
mātrix
noun
a mother

matrona
mātrōna
noun
a married woman

Matrona
Matrona
noun
a river in Gaul

Matronae
Matronae
noun
the protecting goddesses of a country

Matronale
Mātrōnāle
noun
a festival celebrated by matrons in honor of Mars

matronalis
mātrōnālis
adjective
of or belonging to a married woman or matron

matronaliter
mātrōnāliter
adverb
like a matron

matronatus
mātrōnātus
noun
the dress of a matron or lady of rank

Matroum
Matrōum
noun

matruelis
mātruēlis
noun
a mother's brother's son

matta
matta
noun
a mat

Mattarius
Mattārius
noun
one who sleeps on a mat

mattea
mattea
noun
a dainty dish

matteola
matteola
noun
a little delicacy

matteum
matteum
noun
a dainty dish

Matthaeus
Matthaeus
noun
St. Matthew the evangelist

Mattheus
Mattheus
noun
St. Matthew the evangelist

Mattiacus
Mattiacus
noun
the inhabitants of Mattiacum

Mattiacus
Mattiacus
adjective
of or belonging to Mattiacum

Mattici
Matticī
cross-reference

mattiobarbulus
mattiobarbulus
noun

mattiobarbulus
mattiobarbulus
noun
a soldier provided with leaden balls

mattiocopa
mattiocopa
noun
a cutter of dainties

Mattium
Mattium
noun
a city of Germany

mattus
mattus
adjective
drunk

mattya
mattya
noun
a dainty dish

matula
matula
noun
a vessel

Matura
Mātūra
noun
a goddess that presides over the ripening of fruits

maturate
mātūrātē
adverb
betimes

maturatio
mātūrātiō
noun
a hastening

maturato
mātūrātō
adverb
betimes

maturator
mātūrātor
noun
one who urges on

mature
mātūrē
adverb

mature
mātūrē
adverb

maturefacio
mātūrefaciō
verb
to make ripe

maturesco
mātūrescō
verb
to become ripe

maturi
mātūrī
adverb
adults

maturitas
mātūritās
noun
Ripeness

maturo
mātūrō
verb
to make ripe

maturus
mātūrus
adjective
ripe

matus
matus
adjective
drunk

matus
matus
adverb

Matuta
Mātūta
noun
Matuta

matutinalis
mātūtīnālis
adjective
of or belonging to the morning

matutine
mātūtīnē
adverb
in the morning

matutino
mātūtīnō
adverb
early in the morning

matutinum
mātūtīnum
noun
the morning

matutinus
mātūtīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the morning

maurella
maurella
noun
a plant

Mauretania
Maurētānia
noun

Mauretania
Maurētānia
noun
a country of Africa

Mauricatim
Mauricātim
adverb
as or like a Moor

Maurice
Mauricē
adverb
like a Moor

Mauricus
Mauricus
noun
a Roman surname

Mauricus
Mauricus
adjective
adj.

Mauritania
Maurītānia
noun

Mauritania
Maurītānia
noun
a country of Africa

Mauritanicus
Maurītānicus
adjective
of or belonging to Mauritania

Maurus
Maurus
adjective
of or belonging to the Moors

Maurus
Maurus
noun
the Moors

Maurus
Maurus
noun
a Moor

Maurusia
Maurūsia
noun
the Greek name of Mauritania

Maurusiacus
Maurūsiacus
adjective
Moorish

Maurusius
Maurūsius
noun
the Mauritanians

Maurusius
Maurūsius
adjective
Maurusian

Mausoleum
Mausōlēum
noun
the magnificent tomb erected for Mausolus by his wife Artemisia

Mausoleum
Mausōlēum
noun

Mausoleus
Mausōlēus
adjective
of or belonging to Mausolus

Mausolus
Mausōlus
noun
a king of Caria

mavolo
māvolō
cross-reference

Mavors
Māvors
noun
war

Mavortius
Māvortius
adjective
of or belonging to Mavors or Mars

Mavortius
Māvortius
noun
Meleager

Mavortius
Māvortius
adjective

Mavortius
Māvortius
adjective
Of or belonging to Mars

Maxentianus
Maxentiānus
adjective
of or belonging to the emperor Maxentius

Maxentius
Maxentius
noun
a Roman emperor

maxilla
maxilla
noun
the jawbone

maxillaris
maxillāris
adjective
of or belonging to the jaw

maxillo
maxillō
cross-reference

maxime
maximē
adverb
in the highest degree

maximitas
maximitās
noun
greatness

maximopere
maximoperē
adverb
very much

maximus
maximus
adjective
large

maxume
maxumē
adverb
in the highest degree

maxumitas
maxumitās
noun
greatness

maxumus
maxumus
adjective
large

maza
māza
noun
frumenty

Mazaca
Māzaca
noun
the chief city of Cappadocia

Mazacis
Māzacis
noun
A people of Numidia

Mazacum
Māzacum
noun

Mazacum
Māzacum
noun

Mazaga
Mazaga
noun
a city in India

Mazax
Mazax
cross-reference
A people near the Palus Maeotis

Mazicis
Mazicis
noun
a people of Numidia

mazonomon
māzonomon
noun
a dish

mazonomus
māzonomus
noun
a dish

me
adverb

meabilis
meābilis
adjective
passable

meaculum
meāculum
noun
a course

meamet
meāmet
cross-reference

meapte
meapte
cross-reference

meatim
meātim
adverb
in my manner

meator
meātor
noun
a passenger

meatus
meātus
noun
a going

mecastor
mecastor
interjection
pron. acc

mecastor
mecastor
interjection

mechanema
mēchanēma
noun
a piece of mechanism

mechanica
mēchanica
noun
mechanics

mechanicum
mēchanicum
noun
works of mechanical art

mechanicus
mēchanicus
adjective
of or belonging to mechanics

mechanicus
mēchanicus
noun
a mechanic

mechanisma
mēchanisma
noun
mechanical contrivance

Mechir
Mechir
noun
the name of an Egyptian month

mecon
mēcōn
noun
a sort of poppy

meconis
mēcōnis
noun
a kind of lettuce with a milky juice of a soporiferous quality

meconites
mēcōnītēs
noun
a precious stone resembling a poppy

meconium
mēcōnium
noun
Poppy-juice

mecum
mēcum
cross-reference
with me

med
med
cross-reference

meddix
meddix
noun
he who cares for

Mede
Mēdē
noun
a celebrated sorceress

Medea
Mēdēa
noun
a celebrated sorceress

medeeor
medeeor
verb
to heal

Medeis
Mēdēis
noun
Medean

medela
medēla
noun
a healing

medella
medella
noun
a healing

medens
medens
adjective

medens
medens
adjective

Medentius
Mēdentius
noun
a male proper name

Medeon
Medeon
noun
A city in Dalmatia

Media
Mēdīa
noun
a celebrated sorceress

Media
Mēdia
noun
a country lying between Armenia

mediale
mediāle
noun
the middle

medialis
mediālis
adjective

medialis
mediālis
adjective

Mediamna
Mediamna
noun
Mesopotamia

medians
medians
adjective

medianum
mediānum
noun
the middle part

medianus
mediānus
adjective
that is in the middle

mediastinus
mediastīnus
noun
a common servant

mediatenus
mediātenus
adverb
as far as the middle

mediator
mediātor
noun
a mediator

mediatrix
mediātrix
noun
a mediatrix

medibile
medibile
cross-reference

Medica
Mēdica
noun
an excellent kind of clover introduced from Media

medica
medica
noun
a female physician

medica
medica
noun
a female physician

medicabilis
medicābilis
adjective
that can be healed or cured

medicabiliter
medicābiliter
adverb
medicinally

medicabulum
medicābulum
noun
a healthy place

medicamen
medicāmen
noun
a drug

medicamentaria
medicāmentāria
noun
a female mixer of poisons

medicamentarius
medicāmentārius
adjective
of or belonging to drugs or to poisons

medicamentosus
medicāmentōsus
adjective
that has a healing power

medicamentum
medicāmentum
noun
a drug

medicatio
medicātiō
noun
a healing

medicator
medicātor
noun
a physician

medicatus
medicātus
adjective

medicatus
medicātus
adjective
Besprinkled with juices

medicatus
medicātus
noun
a charm

medicina
medicīna
noun

medicina
medicīna
noun
The healing or medical art

medicinalis
medicīnālis
adjective
of or pertaining to medicine

medicinus
medicīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a physician or surgeon

medicor
medicor
verb
to heal

medico
medicō
verb
to heal

medicosus
medicōsus
adjective
healing

medicum
medicum
noun
medicinal herbs

Medicus
Mēdicus
adjective
of

Medicus
Mēdicus
adjective

medicus
medicus
adjective
of or pertaining to healing

Medicus
Mēdicus
adjective
Median

Medicus
Mēdicus
noun
a surname of the emperor Verus

medidies
medīdies
noun

medie
mediē
adverb
in the middle

Medientius
Mēdientius
noun
a male proper name

medietas
medietās
noun
the middle

medilunius
medilūnius
adjective
in the middle of the month

medimnum
medimnum
noun
a Greek bushel

medimnus
medimnus
noun
a Greek bushel

medio
mediō
verb
to halve

mediocriculus
mediōcriculus
adjective
rather middling

mediocriculus
mediocriculus
adjective
rather middling

mediocris
mediōcris
adjective
in a middle state

mediocris
mediocris
adjective
in a middle state

mediocritas
mediōcritās
noun
A middle state

mediocritas
mediocritās
noun
A middle state

mediocriter
mediocriter
adverb
Moderately

mediocriter
mediōcriter
adverb
Moderately

Mediolanensis
Mediōlānensis
adjective
of or belonging to Milan

Mediolanensis
Mediōlānensis
noun
the Milanese

Mediolanium
Mediōlānium
noun
A city in

Mediolanum
Mediōlānum
noun
A city in

Mediomatricus
Mediōmātricus
noun
a people of Gaul

Mediomatricus
Mediōmātricus
adjective

medion
mēdion
noun
a medicinal plant

Medion
Medion
noun
a city of Acarnania

Medionius
Mediōnius
adjective
adj.

Medionius
Mediōnius
noun
the inhabitants of Medion

medioxime
medioximē
adverb
moderately

medioximus
medioximus
adjective
In the middle

medioxume
medioxumē
adverb
moderately

medioxumus
medioxumus
adjective
In the middle

medipontus
medipontus
noun
a kind of thick rope

meditabundus
meditābundus
adjective
earnestly meditating

meditamen
meditāmen
noun
a thinking of

meditamentum
meditāmentum
noun
a thinking of

meditate
meditātē
adverb
thoughtfully

meditatio
meditātiō
noun
a thinking over

meditatiuncula
meditātiunculā
noun
a small or trifling preparation

meditativus
meditātīvus
adjective
meditative

meditator
meditātor
noun
one who thinks or plans

meditatorium
meditātōrium
noun
A preparation

meditatum
meditātum
noun
a carefully prepared speech

meditatus
meditātus
adjective

meditatus
meditātus
noun
a thinking

meditatus
meditātus
adjective
Exercised

mediterraneum
mediterrāneum
noun
the inland parts

mediterraneum
mediterrāneum
noun
the interior

mediterraneus
mediterrāneus
adjective
midland

mediterreus
mediterreus
adjective
inland

meditor
meditor
verb
ad

Meditrina
Meditrīna
noun
the goddess of Healing

Meditrinale
Meditrīnāle
noun
a festival celebrated on the

meditullium
meditullium
noun
the middle

medium
medium
noun
the middle

medium
medium
noun

medius
medius
adjective
that is in the middle or midst

medius
medius
noun
one who stands or comes between

medius fidius
medius fidius
expression

mediusfidius
mediusfidius
cross-reference

medix
medix
cross-reference

medix
medix
noun
he who cares for

medixtuticus
medixtuticus
cross-reference

Medobrega
Medobrēga
noun
a city in Lusitania

Medon
Medōn
noun
A Centaur

Medontida
Medontida
noun
Son of Codrus

Medubriga
Medubrīga
noun
a city in Lusitania

Medubrigensis
Medubrīgensis
noun

Medubrigensis
Medubrīgensis
noun
the inhabitants of Medobrega

Medulicus
Medulicus
adjective
adj.

Medulius
Medulius
adjective
of or belonging to the Meduli

medulla
medulla
noun
the marrow

medullaris
medullāris
adjective
situated in the marrow or inmost part

medullatus
medullātus
adjective
possessed of marrow

Medullia
Medullia
noun
a little town in Latium

Medullina
Medullīna
noun

Medullinus
Medullīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Medullia

Medullinus
Medullīnus
adjective

Medullinus
Medullīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Medulli

Medullinus
Medullīnus
noun
inhabitants of Medullia

medullitus
medullitus
adverb
in the marrow

medullo
medullō
verb
to fill with marrow

medullosus
medullōsus
adjective
full of marrow

medullula
medullula
noun
marrow

Medullum
Medullum
noun
a little town in Latium

Medullus
Medullus
noun
a mountain in

Medullus
Medullus
noun
an Alpine people in

Medulus
Medulus
adjective
of or belonging to the Meduli

Medulus
Medulus
adjective

Medulus
Medulus
noun
a people in Aquitanian Gaul

Medus
Mēdus
noun
son of Aegeus and Medea

Medus
Mēdus
noun
the Medes

Medus
Mēdus
noun
a small river of Persia

Medus
Mēdus
noun
a Thracian people on the borders of Macedonia

Medus
Mēdus
adjective
Median

Medus
Mēdus
adjective

Medusa
Medūsa
noun
daughter of Phorcus

Medusaeus
Medūsaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Medusa

Mefitis
Mefītis
noun

Mefitis
Mefitis
noun
a goddess who averts pestilential exhalations

Megabocchus
Megabocchus
noun
a praetor in Sardinia

Megaboccus
Megaboccus
noun
a praetor in Sardinia

Megabyzus
Megabyzus
noun
A priest of Diana at Ephesus

Megaera
Megaera
noun
One of the Furies

Megale
Megalē
noun
a surname of the

Megalen polin
Megalēn polin
noun
a city of Arcadia

Megalensia
Megalensia
noun
the festival in honor of the

Megalensis
Megalensis
noun

Megalensis
Megalensis
noun

Megalensis
Megalensis
adjective
Of or belonging to the

Megalepolis
Megalēpolis
cross-reference

Megale polis
Megalē polis
noun
a city of Arcadia

Megalese
Megalēse
noun
the festival in honor of the

Megalesiacus
Megalēsiacus
adjective
of or belonging to the Megalesia

Megalesiacus
Megalēsiacus
adjective

Megalesis
Megalēsis
adjective
Of or belonging to the

Megalesis
Megalēsis
noun

Megalia
Megālia
noun
a small island of Campania

megalium
megalīum
noun
a kind of ointment

megallium
megallīum
noun
a kind of ointment

Megalobusus
Megalobūsus
noun
the father of Theotimus

Megalobyzus
Megalobyzus
noun
the father of Theotimus

megalographia
megalographia
noun
the painting of large or grand subjects

Megalopolis
Megalopolis
noun
a city of Arcadia

Megalopolita
Megalopolīta
noun
the inhabitants of Megalopolis

Megalopolitanus
Megalopolītānus
adjective
of or belonging to Megalopolis

Megalopolitanus
Megalopolītānus
noun
the inhabitants of Megalopolis

Megapenthes
Megapenthēs
noun
a son of Praetus

Megara
Megara
noun
a Numantine

Megara
Megara
noun
wife of Hercules

Megara
Megara
noun
a city of Sicily

Megareius
Megarēius
adjective
of or belonging to Megareus

Megareius
Megarēius
adjective

Megareius
Megarēius
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Megara

Megarensis
Megarensis
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Megara

Megareum
Megarēum
noun
Megara

Megareus
Megarēus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Megara

Megareus
Megareus
noun
a son of Neptune

Megaricus
Megaricus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Megara

Megaricus
Megaricus
noun
the followers of Euclid

Megaris
Megaris
noun
A country of Greece

Megarum
Megarum
noun
A city in the country of Megaris

Megarus
Megarus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Megara

Megas
Megās
noun
a surname

Meges
Megēs
noun
son of Phyleus

megistanis
megistānis
noun
the grandees

Megiste
Megistē
noun
a Roman name given to slaves

Megisto
Megistō
noun
daughter of Ceteus

mehe
mehē
adverb

mehercle
mehercle
interjection

mehercle
mehercle
noun
by Hercules!

mehercule
mehercule
interjection

mehercule
mehercule
noun
by Hercules!

me hercule
me hercule
noun
by Hercules!

mehercules
mehercules
noun
by Hercules!

mehercules
mehercules
interjection

meio
mēiō
verb
to make water

mel
mel
noun
honey

Mela
Mela
noun
a town in the Samnite country

Mela
Mela
noun
a Roman proper name

Mela
Mēla
noun
a river in Upper Italy

Melambium
Melambium
noun
a place in Thessaly

melamphyllon
melamphyllon
noun
a plant

melampodion
melampodion
noun
black hellebore

melampsythium
melampsythium
noun
black raisin-wine

Melampus
Melampūs
noun
Son of Amytha_on

melanaetos
melanaetos
noun
the black eagle

Melanchaetes
Melanchaetēs
noun
black-hair

melancholia
melancholia
noun
melancholy

melancholicus
melancholicus
adjective
having black bile

melancoryphos
melancoryphos
noun
the black cap

melancranis
melancrānis
noun
a kind of rush with black seeds

melandryum
melandryum
noun
a piece of salted tunny-fish

Melaneus
Melaneus
noun
Name of a Centaur

melania
melania
noun
blackness

Melanippe
Melanippē
noun
Daughter of Desmon

Melanippe
Melanippē
noun
a sister of Antiope queen of the Amazons

Melanippus
Melanippus
cross-reference

Melanippus
Melanippus
noun
the slayer of Tydeus

Melanius
Melanius
noun
a Roman proper name

melanteria
melantēria
noun
blacking

melanthemum
melanthemum
noun

Melantheus
Melanthēus
cross-reference

Melantheus
Melanthēus
adjective
of or belonging to a Melanthus

melanthion
melanthion
noun
the plant

melanthium
melanthium
noun
the plant

Melanthius
Melanthius
noun
A goatherd of Ulysses

Melantho
Melanthō
noun
a seanymph

melanthum
melanthum
noun

melanthum
melanthum
cross-reference

Melanthus
Melanthus
noun
river in Sarmatia

Melantias
Melantias
noun
a town of Thrace

melanurus
melanūrus
noun
a kind of sea-fish

melapium
mēlapium
noun
an apple-pear

melas
melas
noun
a black spot on the skin

Melas
Melas
noun
The name of several rivers

melaspermon
melaspermon
noun
the plant

melculum
melculum
noun

melculus
melculus
noun

Meldus
Meldus
noun
a people of

mele
melē
adverb

Meleager
Meleager
noun
son of the Calydonian king Oeneus and Althaea

Meleagreus
Meleāgrēus
adjective
of or belonging to Meleager

Meleagridis
Meleāgridis
noun
The sisters of Meleager

meleagris
meleāgris
noun

Meleagrius
Meleāgrius
adjective
of or belonging to Meleager

Meleagros
Meleagros
noun
son of the Calydonian king Oeneus and Althaea

Meleagrus
Meleagrus
noun
son of the Calydonian king Oeneus and Althaea

meles
mēlēs
noun
a marten or badger

Meles
Meles
noun
a river in Ionia

Melessus
Melessus
noun
a people in

Melete
Meletē
noun
One of the Muses

Meleteus
Melētēus
adjective
adj.

Meleteus
Melētēus
cross-reference

Meletides
Meletīdēs
noun
a foolish Athenian

Meletinus
Melētīnus
adjective
adj.

Melia
Melia
noun
A sea-nymph

Melianus
Mēliānus
cross-reference

Meliboea
Meliboea
noun
a maritime town of Thessaly

Meliboeensis
Meliboeensis
adjective
of or belonging to Melibaea

Meliboeus
Meliboeus
noun
name of a shepherd

Meliboeus
Meliboeus
adjective
adj.

Meliboeus
Meliboeus
adjective

melica
melica
noun
a lyric poem

melica
mēlica
noun
a kind of vessel

meliceris
melicēris
noun
a kind of tumor

Melicerta
Melicerta
noun
son of Ino and the Theban king Athamas. His mother

Melicertes
Melicertēs
noun
son of Ino and the Theban king Athamas. His mother

melichloros
melichlōros
noun
a precious stone yellow as honey

melichros
melichros
noun
a precious stone of the color of honey

melichrysos
melichrȳsos
noun
gold-colored chrysolite

melicratum
melicrātum
noun
water-mead

melicus
melicus
adjective
musical

Melicus
Mēlicus
adjective
Median

Melie
Meliē
noun
A sea-nymph

melilotos
melilōtos
noun
a kind of clover

melimeli
mēlimelī
noun
the sirup of preserved quinces

melimeli
mēlimelī
adverb

melimelum
melimēlum
noun
honey-apples

melina
mēlīna
noun

melina
melina
noun

melina
mēlīna
noun
a purse or wallet of marten-skin

melina
melina
noun
mead

Melinum
Mēlinum
noun

Melinum
Mēlinum
noun
a kind of white color

melinum
mēlinum
noun

melinum
mēlinum
noun

Melinus
Mēlinus
adjective
of

melinus
mēlīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the marten

melinus
melinus
adjective
of or belonging to honey

Melinus
Mēlinus
adjective

melinus
mēlinus
adjective
of or belonging to quinces

melior
melior
adjective
better

melioratio
meliōrātiō
noun
a bettering

melioresco
meliōrescō
verb
to begin to improve

melioris
meliōris
noun
one's betters

melioro
meliōrō
verb
to make better

melis
mēlis
cross-reference

melis
mēlis
noun
a marten or badger

melisphyllum
melisphyllum
noun
balm-gentle

Melissa
Melissa
noun
A nymph who is said to have invented the art of keeping bees

Melisseus
Melisseus
cross-reference

Melisseus
Melisseus
noun
A king of Crete

melissophyllon
melissophyllon
cross-reference

melissophyllon
melissophyllon
noun
balm-gentle

Melissus
Melissus
noun
A king of Crete

Melita
Melita
noun
The isle of Malta

melitaena
melitaena
noun
A plant

Melitaeus
Melitaeus
adjective
of or belonging to the Dalmatian island

Melitanus
Melitānus
adjective
of or belonging to Melita

Melite
Melitē
noun
The isle of Malta

Melite
Melitē
noun

Melitensis
Melitensis
adjective
of or belonging to the isle of Malta

Melitensis
Melitensis
noun
Melitan garments

Melitesius
Melitēsius
adjective
Melitan

melitinus
melitinus
adjective
of or belonging to honey

Melitinus
Melitīnus
noun
a Roman proper name

melitites
melitītēs
noun
a honey-drink made of honey and must

meliton
meliton
noun
a kind of wine

melittaena
melittaena
noun
A plant

melitturgus
melitturgus
noun
a bee-keeper

melium
mēlium
noun
a dog's collar

melium
melium
verb

Melius
Mēlius
adjective
of or belonging to the isle of Melos

melius
melius
noun
a good

Melius
Mēlius
adjective
adj.

melius
melius
adverb
comp. adj

meliuscule
meliusculē
adverb

meliuscule
meliusculē
adverb

meliusculus
meliusculus
adjective
somewhat better

melizomum
melizōmum
noun
honey-sauce

Mella
Mella
noun
a river in Upper Italy

mella
mella
noun
honey-water

Mella
Mella
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Annaea

mellaceum
mellāceum
noun
must

Mellaria
Mellāria
noun
a city in

Mellariensis
Mellāriensis
noun
the inhabitants of Mellaria

Mellariensis
Mellāriensis
adjective
of or belonging to Mellaria

mellarium
mellārium
noun
a beehive

mellarius
mellārius
adjective
of or belonging to honey

mellatio
mellātiō
noun
a honeying

melleus
melleus
adjective
of or belonging to honey

melliculum
melliculum
noun
honey-pet

melliculus
melliculus
adjective
honey-sweet

mellifer
mellifer
adjective
honey-bearing

mellifex
mellifex
noun
a honey-maker

mellificium
mellificium
noun
the making of honey

mellifico
mellificō
verb
to make honey

mellificus
mellificus
adjective
honey-making

mellifluens
mellifluens
adjective
honey-dropping

mellifluus
mellifluus
adjective
flowing with honey

melligenus
melligenus
adjective

melliger
melliger
adjective
honey-bearing

Melligerus
Melligerus
noun
a Roman surname

melligo
mellīgō
noun
A honey-like juice

mellilla
mellilla
noun
little honey

mellina
mellina
noun

mellinia
mellinia
noun
sweetness

mellis
mellis
noun
honey

mellitula
mellītula
noun
little honey

mellitulus
mellītulus
adjective
honey-sweet

mellitus
mellītus
noun

mellitus
mellītus
adjective
of honey

mello
mellō
verb
to make or collect honey

Mellona
Mellōna
noun
the goddess of bees and honey

Mellonia
Mellōnia
cross-reference

Melloproximus
Melloproximus
noun
one who comes next in rank to the Proximus

mellosus
mellōsus
adjective
of or from honey

mellum
mellum
noun
a dog's collar

melo
mēlō
noun
an apple-shaped melon

Melo
Mēlō
noun

melocarpon
mēlōcarpon
noun
a plant

meloda
melōda
noun
a melody

melodes
melōdēs
noun
a pleasing

Melodes
Melōdes
noun
a Roman surname

melodia
melōdia
noun
a pleasant song

melodicus
melōdicus
adjective
melodious

melodinum
melōdinum
noun
a melody

Melodunum
Melodūnum
noun
a city of the Senones

melodus
melōdus
adjective
pleasantly singing

melofolium
mēlofolium
noun
apples with a leaf on the side

melomeli
mēlomelī
noun
the sirup of preserved quinces

melopepo
mēlopepō
noun
an apple-shaped melon

melophyllon
mēlophyllon
noun
a plant

melopoeia
melopoeia
noun
musical composition

Melos
Mēlos
noun
an island in the Aegean Sea

melos
melos
noun
a tune

melosmos
melosmos
noun
a plant

melota
mēlōta
noun
a sheepskin

melote
mēlōtē
noun
a sheepskin

melotes
mēlōtes
noun

melothron
mēlōthron
noun
a plant

Melotis
Melōtis
noun
a country of Thessaly

melotis
mēlōtis
noun

melotris
mēlōtris
noun
a probe or sound

melotrum
mēlōtrum
noun
a plant

Melpomene
Melpomenē
noun
the muse of tragic and lyric poetry

Mels
Mels
noun
plur.

Mels
Mels
noun
a town in the Samnite country

meltom
meltom
cross-reference

Memacenus
Memacēnus
noun
a people of Asia

membrana
membrāna
noun
the skin or membrane

membranaceus
membrānāceus
adjective
of skin or membrane

membranacius
membrānācius
adjective
of skin or membrane

membranarius
membrānārius
noun
a parchment-maker

membraneus
membrāneus
adjective
of parchment

membranula
membrānula
noun
a little skin or membrane

membranulum
membrānulum
noun
a little skin or membrane

membratim
membrātim
adverb
by limbs or members

membratura
membrātūra
noun
the formation of the limbs

membripotens
membripotens
adjective
ruling in the members

membro
membrō
verb
to form limb by limb

membrosus
membrōsus
adjective
large membered

membrum
membrum
noun
a limb

memecylon
mēmecylon
noun
the edible fruit of the strawberrytree

memet
mēmet
cross-reference

meminens
meminens
adjective
P. a.

meminens
meminens
cross-reference

memini
meminī
cross-reference
to remember

Memmiades
Memmiadēs
noun
one of the Memmian gens

Memmianus
Memmiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Memmius

Memmius
Memmius
adjective
name of a Roman gens. mox Italus Mnestheus

Memnon
Memnōn
noun
son of Tithonus and Aurora

Memnonia
Memnonia
noun
a precious stone

Memnonia
Memnonia
noun

Memnonidis
Memnonidis
noun

Memnonidis
Memnonidis
noun
plur.

Memnonius
Memnonius
adjective
of or belonging to Memnon

Memnonius
Memnonius
adjective

Memor
Memor
noun
a Roman surname

memor
memor
adjective
mindful of

memorabile
memorābile
noun
a noteworthy fact

memorabilis
memorābilis
adjective
memorable

memorabiliter
memorābiliter
adverb
memorably

memoraculum
memorāculum
noun
a monument

memoralis
memorālis
adjective
of or belonging to memory or remembrance

memoraliter
memorāliter
adverb
serving to make mention

memoralius
memorālius
noun
a recorder

memorandus
memorandus
adjective
P. a.

memoratio
memorātiō
noun
a mentioning

memorator
memorātor
noun
one who mentions or recounts

memoratrix
memorātrix
noun
she who mentions or relates

memoratus
memorātus
noun
mentioning

memoratus
memorātus
adjective
P. a.

memore
memorē
adverb
by heart

memoria
memoria
noun
The faculty of remembering

memoriale
memoriāle
noun
memorial

memoriale
memoriāle
noun
plur.

memorialis
memoriālis
adjective
of or belonging to memory or remembrance

Memorialis
Memoriālis
noun
a historiographer

memoriola
memoriola
noun
Memory

memoriose
memoriōsē
adverb
with a good memory

memoriosus
memoriōsus
adjective
that has a good memory

memoritei
memoriteī
adverb

memoriter
memoriter
adverb
From memory

memoror
memoror
verb
to remember

memoro
memorō
verb
to bring to remembrance

Memphis
Memphis
noun
a city of Middle Egypt

Memphites
Memphītēs
noun
Memphite

Memphiticus
Memphīticus
adjective
Memphitic

Memphitis
Memphītis
noun
Memphite

mena
mēna
noun

mena
mēna
noun
a kind of small sea-fish

Mena
Mena
noun
a Roman surname

Mena
Mēna
noun
daughter of Jupiter

Menaechmus
Menaechmus
noun
a comedy of Plautus

Menaenius
Menaenius
adjective
of or from Menae

Menaenus
Menaenus
adjective
of or from Menae

Menaenus
Menaenus
noun
the inhabitants of Menae

menaeus
mēnaeus
noun
monthly

Menaeus
Menaeus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Menae

Menalcas
Menalcās
noun
the name of a shepherd

Menalippa
Menalippa
noun
a sister of Antiope queen of the Amazons

Menalippe
Menalippē
noun
a sister of Antiope queen of the Amazons

Menalippus
Menalippus
noun
the slayer of Tydeus

Menalius
Menalius
cross-reference

Menander
Menander
noun
a celebrated Greek comic poet

Menandreus
Menandrēus
adjective
of or belonging to the poet Menander

Menandricus
Menandricus
adjective

Menandros
Menandros
noun
a celebrated Greek comic poet

Menandus
Menandus
noun
a celebrated Greek comic poet

Menanini
Menanīnī
adverb

Menanini
Menanīnī
noun
the inhabitants of Menae

Menapia
Menapia
noun
the chief town of the Menapii

Menapicus
Menapicus
adjective
of or pertaining to the Menapii

Menapius
Menapius
noun
a people of Belgic Gaul

Menas
Mēnās
noun
a freedman of Sextus Pompeius

menceps
menceps
cross-reference
out of his senses

menda
menda
noun
a fault

mendaciloquium
mendāciloquium
noun
false-speaking

mendaciloquus
mendāciloquus
noun
a liar

mendaciloquus
mendāciloquus
adjective
false-speaking

mendaciolum
mendāciolum
noun

mendacitas
mendācitās
noun
false hood

mendaciter
mendāciter
adverb

mendaciter
mendāciter
adverb

mendacium
mendācium
noun
a lie

mendaciunculum
mendāciunculum
noun
a little lie

mendax
mendax
noun
a liar

mendax
mendax
adjective

Mendes
Mendēs
adjective
of or belonging to the Egyptian maritime town Mendes

Mendesicus
Mendēsīcus
adjective
of or belonging to the Egyptian maritime town Mendes

Mendesius
Mendēsius
adjective
of or belonging to the Egyptian maritime town Mendes

mendicabulum
mendīcābulum
noun
a beggar

mendicabundus
mendīcābundus
adjective
begging

mendicatio
mendīcātiō
noun
a begging

mendice
mendīcē
adverb
in a beggarly manner

mendicimonium
mendīcimōnium
noun
beggary

mendicitas
mendīcitās
noun
beggary

mendicor
mendicor
verb
to beg

mendicor
mendīcor
verb
to beg

mendiculus
mendīculus
adjective
dim. adj

mendicum
mendicum
cross-reference

mendicus
mendīcus
noun
a beggar

mendicus
mendīcus
adjective
beggarly

mendose
mendōsē
adverb
full of faults

mendositas
mendōsitās
noun
faultiness

mendosus
mendōsus
adjective
Full of faults

mendum
mendum
noun
a fault

Menecles
Menecles
noun
an Asiatic rhetorician from Alabanda

Meneclius
Meneclius
adjective
of or belonging to Menecles the rhetorician

Menecrates
Menecratēs
noun
A poet of Ephesus

Menedemus
Menedēmus
noun
An Eretrian philosopher

Menelaeus
Menelāeus
adjective
of Menelaus

Menelaeus
Menelāēus
adjective
of or belonging to Menelaus

Menelais
Menelāis
noun
a city in Epirus

Menelaites
Menelāites
noun
an Egyptian name

Menelaius
Menelaius
noun
a mountain in Laconia

Menelaus
Menelāus
noun
Son of Atreus

Menenianus
Menēniānus
adjective

Menenianus
Menēniānus
adjective
of or belonging to Menenius

Menenius
Menēnius
adjective
adj.

Menenius
Menēnius
cross-reference
name of a Roman gens.

Menephron
Menephrōn
noun
the name of an immoral person

Menephron
Menēphrōn
noun
the name of an immoral person

Menerva
Menerva
cross-reference

Menerva
Menerva
noun
a Roman goddess

Menesteus
Menesteus
noun
a man's name

Menestheus
Menestheus
noun
a man's name

Menia Columna
Mēnia Columna
expression

Menianum
Mēniānum
cross-reference

meninga
mēninga
noun
the membrane which covers the brain

Meninx
Mēninx
noun
an island off the coast of Africa

menion
mēnion
noun
the name of a plant

Menippeus
Menippeus
adjective

Menippus
Menippus
noun
A Cynic philosopher famous for his bitter sarcasms

menis
mēnis
noun
a little halfmoon

Menius
Mēnius
noun
son of Lycaon

Mennis
Mennis
noun
a city of Assyria

Mennonia
Mennonia
noun
a precious stone

mennonia
mennonia
noun

Menoeceus
Menoeceus
noun
son of the Theban king Creon

Menoeceus
Menoeceus
adjective
of or belonging to Menaeceus

Menoetes
Menoetēs
noun
One of the companions of Aeneas

Menoetiades
Menoetiadēs
noun
the

Menoetius
Menoetius
noun
the son of Actor and father of Patroclus

Menogenes
Mēnogenēs
noun
a Roman sur name

menogenion
mēnogenion
noun
a plant good for the cure of somnambulism

menoides
mēnoīdes
noun
the moon during her first days

Menon
Menōn
noun
the name of one of Plato's dialogues

Menophrus
Menophrus
noun
the name of an immoral person

Menophrus
Menōphrus
noun
the name of an immoral person

Menotyrannus
Mēnotyrannus
noun
lord of the months

mens
mens
noun
the mind

Mens
Mens
noun
the goddess of thought

mensa
mensa
noun
a table

mensalis
mensālis
adjective
of or belonging to the table

Mensarium
Mensārium
noun
table furniture

mensarius
mensārius
adjective
of or belonging to the table or counter

mensatim
mensātim
adverb
by tables

mensio
mensiō
noun
a measuring

mensis
mensis
noun
a month

mensor
mensor
noun
a measurer

mensorium
mensōrium
noun
a basket

menstrualis
menstruālis
adjective
monthly

menstruo
menstruō
verb
to pollute

menstruum
menstruum
noun

menstruum
menstruum
noun
the monthly sacri fices

menstruum
menstruum
noun

menstruum
menstruum
noun

menstruum
menstruum
noun
monthly purgations

menstruum
menstruum
noun
a month's provisions

menstruus
menstruus
adjective
Of or belonging to a month

mensualis
mensuālis
adjective
of a month

mensula
mensula
noun
a little table

mensularius
mensulārius
noun
a money-changer

mensura
mensūra
noun
a measuring

mensurabilis
mensūrābilis
adjective
that can be measured

mensurabiliter
mensūrābiliter
adverb
adv.

mensurale
mensūrāle
noun
the title of a work by Varro

mensuralis
mensūrālis
adjective
of or belonging to measuring

mensuraliter
mensūrāliter
adverb
by measure

mensurate
mensūratē
verb
by measurement

mensuratio
mensūrātiō
noun
a measuring

mensurator
mensūrātor
noun
a measurer

mensurnus
mensurnus
adjective
monthly

mensuro
mensūrō
verb
to measure

mensus
mensus
adjective
measured off

mensus
mensus
adjective

mensus
mensus
noun
a measuring

menta
menta
noun
mint

mentagra
mentāgra
noun
an eruption

mentagra
mentagra
noun
an eruption

mentalis
mentālis
adjective
mental

mentastrum
mentastrum
noun
wild mint

Mentesanus
Mentēsānus
adjective
Of or belonging to the city of

mentha
mentha
noun
mint

mentha
mentha
noun

mentiens
mentiens
adjective

mentiens
mentiens
adjective
imitated

mentigo
mentīgō
noun
a kind of eruption

mentio
mentiō
noun
a calling to mind

mentior
mentior
verb
I am a liar

mentio
mentiō
verb

mentiosus
mentiōsus
adjective
smelling strong of mint

Mentissa
Mentissa
noun

mentitio
mentītiō
noun
a lying

mentitus
mentītus
adjective

mentitus
mentītus
adjective
imitated

mento
mentō
noun
amplif

Mento
Mentō
noun
amplif

Mentonomon
Mentonomon
noun
a part of the shore of the German Ocean

Mentor
Mentor
noun
The famous friend of Odysseus

Mentoreus
Mentoreus
adjective
of or belonging to Mentor the artist

mentula
mentula
noun

mentulatus
mentulātus
adjective
having a

mentum
mentum
noun
the chin

mentum
mentum
cross-reference

menui
menuī
adverb
the Indian name of a precious stone which the Greeks called

meo
meō
verb
to go

meopte
meoptē
adverb

mephiticus
mephīticus
adjective
mephitic

Mephitis
Mephītis
noun
a goddess who averts pestilential exhalations

mephitis
mephītis
noun
a noxious

mepte
meptē
adverb

merace
merācē
adverb
purely

meraclus
meraclus
adjective
pretty pure

meraculus
merāculus
adjective
pretty pure

meracus
merācus
adjective
pure

meralis
merālis
adjective
pure

meratus
merātus
adjective
pure

mercabilis
mercābilis
adjective
that can be bought

mercalis
mercālis
adjective
that can be bought

mercans
mercans
adjective

mercans
mercans
adjective

mercantia
mercantia
noun
trade

Mercantilla
Mercantilla
noun
a Roman proper name

Mercatilla
Mercātilla
noun
a Roman proper name

mercatio
mercātiō
noun
a dealing in wares

mercator
mercātor
noun
a trader

mercatorius
mercātōrius
adjective
mercantile

mercatura
mercātūra
noun
trade

mercatus
mercātus
adjective
bought

mercatus
mercātus
noun
trade

mercedarius
mercēdārius
noun
he who pays wages

Mercedinus
Mercēdīnus
noun
an employer

mercedituum
mercēdituum
cross-reference

mercedonius
mercēdonius
adjective
of or belonging to the payment of wages

Mercedonius
Mercēdonius
noun
an employer

mercedonius
mercēdonius
noun
a payer of wages

mercedula
mercēdula
noun
Small wages

mercenarius
mercēnārius
noun
a hireling

mercenarius
mercēnārius
adjective
that does any thing for reward or pay

mercennarius
mercennārius
noun
a hireling

mercennarius
mercennārius
adjective
that does any thing for reward or pay

merces
merces
noun
hire

merces
merces
noun
goods

mercimonium
mercimōnium
noun
goods

merco
mercō
cross-reference

mercor
mercor
verb
to trade

Mercurialis
Mercuriālis
adjective
of or belonging to the god Mercury

Mercurials
Mercuriāls
noun
the name of a corporation of traders

Mercuriolus
Mercuriolus
noun
a little

Mercurius
Mercurius
noun
Mercury

merda
merda
noun
dung

merdaceus
merdāceus
adjective
defiled with excrement

merdaleus
merdāleus
adjective

mere
merē
adverb
purely

Merenda
Merenda
noun
a Roman surname

merenda
merenda
noun
an afternoon luncheon

merendarius
merendārius
noun
one who takes an afternoon luncheon

merendo
merendō
verb
to take an afternoon luncheon

merens
merens
adjective

merens
merens
adjective
P. a.

mereo
mereō
verb
to deserve

mereor
mereor
verb
to deserve

meretricabilis
meretrīcābilis
adjective

meretricarius
meretrīcārius
adjective

meretricie
meretrīciē
adverb
after the manner of harlots

meretricie
merētrīciē
adverb
after the manner of harlots

meretricium
meretrīcium
noun
The art of a courtesan

meretricium
merētrīcium
noun
The art of a courtesan

meretricius
merētrīcius
adjective
of or pertaining to harlots or prostitutes

meretricius
meretrīcius
adjective
of or pertaining to harlots or prostitutes

meretricor
meretrīcor
verb
to deal with harlots

meretricula
meretrīcula
noun
a public prostitute

meretricula
merētrīcula
noun
a public prostitute

meretrix
merētrix
noun
a prostitute

meretrix
meretrix
noun
a prostitute

merga
merga
noun
a two-pronged pitchfork

merges
merges
noun
A sheaf

mergito
mergitō
verb
v. a. freq

mergo
mergō
verb
to dip

mergulus
mergulus
noun
the wick of a lamp

mergulus
mergulus
noun
a diver

mergus
mergus
noun
A diver

meribibulus
meribibulus
adjective
wine-bibbing

merica
merica
adjective
a sort of grape-vine

merica
merica
cross-reference
an unknown kind of vine

meridialis
merīdiālis
adjective
of midday

meridiani
merīdiānī
adverb
mid-day combatants

meridiano
merīdiānō
adverb
at mid-day

meridianum
merīdiānum
noun
the south

meridianum
merīdiānum
noun
southern places or parts

meridianus
merīdiānus
adjective
of or belonging to mid-day

meridiatio
merīdiātiō
noun
a midday nap

meridies
merīdiēs
noun
mid-day

meridior
merīdior
verb
to take a mid-day nap or siesta

meridionalis
merīdiōnālis
adjective
southern

meridionarius
merīdiōnārius
adjective
of or belonging to mid-day

meridioor
merīdioor
verb
to take a mid-day nap or siesta

Merinas
Merīnas
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Merinum

Meriones
Mērionēs
noun
a charioteer of Idomeneus

meritissime
meritissimē
adverb

meritissime
meritissimē
adverb

meritissimo
meritissimō
adverb

merito
meritō
verb
To earn

merito
meritō
adverb
according to desert

meritorium
meritōrium
noun
places or rooms which are let out for a short time

meritorium
meritōrium
noun
a bawdy-house

meritorius
meritōrius
adjective
of or belonging to the earning of money

meritum
meritum
noun
That which one deserves

meritum
meritum
noun

meritus
meritus
adjective
Deserving

meritus
meritus
adjective

merkedonius
merkēdonius
cross-reference

Mermeros
Mermeros
noun
one of the Centaurs present at the wedding of Pirithous

Mermessius
Mermessius
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Mermessus

Mero
Merō
noun
the wine-bibber

merobibus
merōbibus
adjective
that drinks wine unmixed

Meroe
Meroē
noun
a large and celebrated island of the Nile

Meroeticus
Meroēticus
adjective
of or belonging to Meroe

merois
merois
noun
a plant growing in Meroe

Merope
Meropē
noun
the mythic name of several persons

Merops
Merops
noun
A king of Ethiopia

merops
merops
noun
a bird that devours bees

merosus
merōsus
adjective
pure

mersio
mersiō
noun
a dipping in

mersito
mersitō
verb
to dip in

merso
mersō
verb
to dip in

Mersura
Mersūra
noun

mersus
mersus
adjective

merthryx
merthryx
noun

merto
mertō
verb
to immerse

merula
merula
noun
a blackbird

Merula
Merula
noun
a Roman surname

Merula
Merula
noun
a river of Liguria

merulator
merulātor
noun
a winedrinker

merulentus
merulentus
adjective
drunken

Merulinus
Merulīnus
noun
a Roman surname

merulus
merulus
noun

merulus
merulus
noun
a blackbird

merum
merum
noun

merum
merum
noun
pure

merus
merus
adjective
pure

merx
merx
noun
goods

mesa
mesa
noun
middle

mesancula
mesancula
noun
a javelin

mesanculon
mesanculon
noun
a javelin

Mesapia
Mesāpia
noun

Mesapia
Mesāpia
noun
the old name of a part of Lower Italy

Mesapius
Mesāpius
adjective

Mesapius
Mesāpius
noun
the Messapians

Mesapius
Mesāpius
adjective
of or belonging to Messapia

Mesapus
Mesāpus
noun
a mythic prince in Messapia

Mesapus
Mesāpus
cross-reference

mesauloon
mesauloon
noun
narrow passages between two rooms or walls

Mesdentius
Mesdentius
noun
a male proper name

mese
mesē
noun
the middle note

Mesembria
Mesembria
noun
a city in Thrace

Mesembriacus
Mesembriacus
adjective
adj.

Mesene
Mesēnē
noun
the midland

meses
mesēs
noun
the northnortheast wind

mesobrachys
mesobrachys
noun
a poetical foot of five syllables

mesochorus
mesochorus
noun
one who stands in the middle of a chorus

Mesogites
Mesogītēs
noun
a sort of wine from Mesogis

mesoides
mesoīdes
noun
a musical modulation

mesolabium
mesolabium
noun
a mathematical instrument for finding mean proportional lines

mesoleucos
mesoleucos
noun
A black precious stone with a white stripe

Mesolum
Mēsōlum
noun
the magnificent tomb erected for Mausolus by his wife Artemisia

mesomacros
mesomacros
noun
a poetical foot of five syllables

mesomelas
mesomelas
noun
a white precious stone with a black stripe

mesonauta
mesonauta
noun
a seaman who ranked between the pilot and the rowers

mesonyctius
mesonyctius
adjective
of midnight

Mesopotamenus
Mesopotamēnus
adjective
Mesopotamian

Mesopotamesius
Mesopotamēsius
noun
the Mesopotamians

Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
noun
a country of Asia

Mesopotamius
Mesopotamius
adjective
Mesopotamian

mesopylus
mesopylus
adjective
that is at the middle door

mesosphaerum
mesosphaerum
noun
a kind of nard with middle-sized leaves

mespila
mespila
noun
a medlar-tree

mespilum
mespilum
noun
A medlar

mespilus
mespilus
noun
a medlar-tree

Messala
Messāla
cross-reference

Messala
Messāla
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Valeria

Messalina
Messālīna
noun
The profligate wife of the emperor Claudius

Messalinus
Messālīnus
noun
a Roman surname

Messalla
Messalla
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Valeria

Messallina
Messallīna
noun
The profligate wife of the emperor Claudius

Messallinus
Messallīnus
noun
a Roman surname

Messana
Messāna
noun
the capital of Messenia

Messana
Messāna
noun
A Sicilian city

Messanius
Messānius
adjective

Messanius
Messānius
adjective
adj.

Messanius
Messānius
adjective

Messanius
Messānius
adjective
Messeni an

Messapia
Messāpia
noun
the old name of a part of Lower Italy

Messapius
Messāpius
adjective
of or belonging to Messapia

Messapius
Messāpius
noun
the Messapians

Messapus
Messāpus
noun
a mythic prince in Messapia

Messeis
Messēis
noun
a fountain in Thessaly

Messena
Messēna
noun
the capital of Messenia

Messene
Messēnē
noun
the capital of Messenia

Messenia
Messēnia
noun
the country around Messene

Messenius
Messēnius
noun
the Messenians

Messenius
Messēnius
adjective
Messeni an

Messentius
Messentius
noun
a male proper name

Messia
Messia
noun
the goddess of reaping

Messias
Messīās
noun
the Messiah

Messia silva
Messia silva
noun
a wooded hill on the right bank of the Tiber

Messia Silva
Messia Silva
expression
a forest in the territory of the Veii

messio
messiō
noun
a reaping

messis
messis
noun
a reaping and ingathering of the fruits of the earth

messor
messor
noun
a reaper

messorius
messōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a reaper

messuarius
messuārius
adjective
of or belonging to reapers

messura
messūra
noun
a reaping

messus
messus
adjective

Mestria
Mestria
noun
a Roman surname

Mestrianus
Mestriānus
noun
a Roman surname

met
met
cross-reference
self

meta
mēta
noun
any mark at a boundary or limit

metabole
metabolē
noun
the transition to another key or set of tones

Metabus
Metabus
noun
A king of the Volsci

metacismus
metacismus
noun
a frequent repetition of the letter

Metagoge[dibreve]us
Metagōge[dibreve]us
noun
he who leads around

Metagon
Metagōn
noun
the name of a dog

Metalces
Metalcēs
noun
one of the fifty sons of Aegyptus

metalepsis
metalepsis
noun
in rhetoric

metalis
mētālis
adjective
conical

metaliter
mētāliter
adverb
conically

metallaria
metallāria
noun
a man or a woman that works in a mine

metallarius
metallārius
noun
a man or a woman that works in a mine

metallicus
metallicus
noun
A digger of metals

metallicus
metallicus
adjective
of or belonging to metal

metallifer
metallifer
adjective
yielding or abounding in metal

Metallinensis
Metallinensis
adjective
of or belonging to the town of Metallinum

metallum
metallum
noun
a mine or quarry

metamelos
metamelos
noun
repentance

Metamorphoses
Metamorphōses
noun
a transformation

metamorphosis
metamorphōsis
noun
a transformation

metanoea
metanoea
noun
repentance

metaphora
metaphora
noun
a rhetorical figure

metaphorice
metaphoricē
adverb
metaphorically

metaphoricos
metaphoricōs
cross-reference

metaphrenum
metaphrenum
noun
the upper part of the spine

Metapinus
Metapīnus
adjective
Metapinic

metaplasmus
metaplasmus
noun
a grammatical change

metaplasticos
metaplasticōs
adverb
metaplastically

Metapontinus
Metapontīnus
adjective

Metapontinus
Metapontīnus
adjective
adj.

Metapontinus
Metapontīnus
noun
the Metapontines

Metapontum
Metapontum
noun
a town of Lucania

metarius
mētārius
adjective
of or belonging to limits or boundaries

metastasis
metastasis
noun
A refusing

metasyncriticus
metasyncriticus
adjective
belonging to the discharge of peccant humors

metathesis
metathesis
noun
a transposition of the letters of a word

metatio
mētātiō
noun
a measuring or meting out

metator
mētātor
noun
one who metes out or marks off

metatorius
mētātōrius
adjective
of or pertaining to measuring out

metatura
mētātūra
noun
a measuring out

Metaurensis
Metaurensis
adjective
of or belonging to the river Metaurus

Metaurensis
Metaurensis
noun
the inhabitants of that region

Metaurus
Metaurus
noun
the name of several rivers

Metaurus
Metaurus
adjective
of Metaurus

metaxa
metaxa
noun
raw silk

metaxarius
metaxārius
noun
silkdealers

metella
metella
noun
a basket filled with stones

Metellinensis
Metellinensis
adjective
of or belonging to the town of Metallinum

Metellinus
Metellīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a Metellus

Metellus
Metellus
adjective
the name of a Roman family in the

metempsychosis
metempsȳchōsis
noun
the transit of the soul

metensomatosis
metensōmatōsis
noun
a removing from one body into another

meteoria
meteōria
noun
forgetfulness

Meterea turba
Meterēa turba
expression
a people dwelling about the Danube and the Black Sea

Methion
Mēthīon
noun
the father of Phorbas

methodice
methodicē
noun
the methodical part of grammar

methodicus
methodicus
adjective
methodical

methodium
methodium
noun
a witty conceit

methodos
methodos
noun
a way of teaching

methodus
methodus
noun
a way of teaching

Methymna
Mēthymna
noun
a city in the island of Lesbos

Methymnaeus
Mēthymnaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Methymna

Methymnaeus
Mēthymnaeus
noun
the Methymneans

Methymnias
Mēthymnias
noun
adj.

Metia
Mētia
noun

Metia Porta
Metia Porta
expression

meticulosus
meticulōsus
adjective
full of fear

Metilius
Metilius
adjective
a Roman family name

Metilius
Metilius
adjective
of or belonging to a Metilius

Metina
Metina
noun
an island near the coast of Gaul

metior
mētior
verb
to measure

Metiosedum
Metiōsēdum
noun
a city in Gaul

Metiscus
Metiscus
noun
a charioteer of Turnus

metitio
mētītiō
noun

metitor
mētītor
noun
a measurer

metitus
mētītus
adjective

Metius
Metius
noun
an Italian proper name

Metius
Mētius
noun
the name of a place in Latium

metor
mētor
verb
to measure

meto
mētō
verb
to measure

Meto
Metō
noun

meto
mētō
verb
to measure

meto
metō
verb
to reap

Meto
Metō
noun
a celebrated Athenian astronomer

metoche
metochē
noun
a participle

metodium
metodium
cross-reference

metoecus
metoecus
noun
a stranger

Meton
Metōn
noun
a celebrated Athenian astronomer

metonymia
metōnymia
noun
a figure by which one name is changed for another

metonymicos
metōnymicōs
adverb
metonymically

metopa
metopa
noun
the space between two hollows

metopion
metōpion
noun
The gum of an African tree

metopium
metōpium
noun
The gum of an African tree

metopos
metōpos
noun
a forehead inspector

metoposcopus
metōposcopus
noun
a forehead inspector

metops
metops
cross-reference

metops
metops
noun
The gum of an African tree

metreta
metrēta
noun
an Athenian measure for liquids

metricus
mētricus
noun
a prosodian

metricus
metricus
adjective
of or relating to measuring or measure

metricus
mētricus
adjective
of or relating to measuring or measure

metricus
metricus
noun
a prosodian

metrocomia
mētrocōmia
noun
a village from which other villages have derived their inhabitants

Metrodorus
Mētrodōrus
noun
an Epicurean

metropolis
mētropolis
noun
a city from which other cities have been colonized

Metropolis
Mētropolis
noun
the proper name of several cities

Metropolita
Mētropolīta
noun

Metropolita
Mētropolīta
noun
the inhabitants of Metropolis

metropolita
mētropolīta
noun
a bishop in a chief city

metropolitanus
mētropolītānus
adjective
of or belonging to a metropolis

Metropolitanus
Mētropolītānus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Metropolis

Metropolitanus
Mētropolītānus
noun
a metropolitan

metrum
mētrum
noun
a measure

metrum
metrum
cross-reference

metrum
metrum
noun
a measure

mettica
mettica
adjective
an unknown species of vine

Mettius
Mettius
cross-reference

Mettius
Mettius
noun
a Sabine praenomen

Mettius
Mettius
noun
an Italian proper name

Mettus
Mettus
noun
a Sabine praenomen

Mettus
Mettus
noun
an Italian proper name

metuens
metuens
adjective
fearing

metula
mētula
noun
a small pyramid

metuo
metuō
verb
to fear

metus
metus
noun
fear

Metus
Metus
noun
the god of fear or terror

metutus
metūtus
adjective

metycus
metycus
noun
a stranger

meum
meum
noun
mine

meum
mēum
noun
an umbelliferous plant

meus
meus
noun
my friends

meus
meus
pronoun
my

Mevanas
Mēvānas
adjective
comm.

Mevanats
Mēvānāts
noun
the inhabitants of Mevania

Mevania
Mēvānia
noun
a city in Umbria

Mevaniensis
Mēvāniensis
adjective
of or belonging to Mevania

Mevia
Mēvia
noun
a woman fond of masculine sports

Mezentius
Mezentius
noun
a male proper name

Mezzentius
Mezzentius
noun
a male proper name

mi
adverb

Mia Chariton
Mia Charitōn
expression
one of the Graces

mica
mīca
noun
a crumb

micans
micans
adjective

micans
micans
adjective
P. a.

micarius
mīcārius
adjective
of or belonging to crumbs or little bits

micatio
micātiō
noun
a quick motion

micatus
micātus
noun
a quick motion

Miccotrogus
Miccotrōgus
noun
the fictitious name of a parasite

miceo
miceō
verb
to bleat

Michael
Michāēl
noun
Michael

Michaelium
Michaēlium
noun
the church of St. Michael

micidus
mīcidus
adjective
thin

Micio
Miciō
noun
name of a man

Micipsa
Micipsa
noun
son of Masinissa

mico
micō
verb
to move quickly to and fro

Micon
Micōn
noun
the name of a shepherd

microcosmus
microcosmus
noun
a little world

micropsychus
micropsȳchus
adjective
little-minded

microsphaerum
microsphaerum
noun
small-leaved nard

mictilis
mictilis
adjective
that deserves to be defiled

mictio
mictiō
cross-reference

mictorius
mictōrius
adjective
that promotes urine

mictuale
mictuāle
noun
a diuretic

mictualis
mictuālis
adjective
Relating to the passing of urine

mictualis
mictuālis
noun
the urinary passage

micturio
micturiō
verb
v. desider. n

mictus
mictus
noun
a making water

micula
mīcula
noun
a little crumb

Mida
Mida
noun
son of Gordius

Midaeensis
Midaeensis
noun
the inhabitants of Midaium

Midaeus
Midaeus
noun
the inhabitants of Midaium

Midaium
Midaium
noun
a city of Phrygia

Midamus
Mīdāmus
noun
one of the fifty sons of Aegyptus

Midas
Midās
noun
son of Gordius

Mide
Mīdē
noun
a city in Baeotia

Midea
Mīdea
noun
a city in Lycia

Midias
Mīdiās
noun
the name of a Messenian

Midinus
Mīdīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Midas

Migdilybs
Migdilybs
noun
a mixed Libyan

migma
migma
noun
a mixture

migratio
migrātiō
noun
a removal

migratio
mīgrātiō
noun
a removal

migrator
mīgrātor
noun
a wanderer

migrator
migrātor
noun
a wanderer

migro
mīgrō
verb
to depart

migro
migrō
verb
to depart

mihipte
mihiptē
adverb

Milanion
Mīlaniōn
noun
the husband of Atalanta

mile
milē
adverb

mileon
mileon
noun
the name of a plant

miles
mīles
noun
a soldier

Milesia
Mīlēsia
noun
Miletus

Milesia
Mīlēsia
noun
of or belonging to Miletus

milesimus
mīlēsimus
adverb

milesium
mīlēsium
noun
a kind of kingfisher

Milesius
Mīlēsius
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Miletus

Milesius
Mīlēsius
noun
the inhabitants of Miletus

Miletis
Mīlētis
noun
the daughter of Miletus

Miletis
Mīlētis
noun
The daughter of Miletus

Miletis
Mīlētis
noun
of or belonging to Miletus

Miletopolis
Mīlētopolis
noun
a city in European Sarmatia

Miletos
Mīlētos
noun
the city of Miletus

Miletus
Mīlētus
noun
the city of Miletus

Miletus
Mīlētus
noun
the father of Caunus and Byblis

Mileum
Mileum
noun
a city in Numidia

Milevetanus
Milēvetānus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Mileum

Milevum
Milevum
noun
a city in Numidia

Milevus
Milevus
noun
a city in Numidia

miliaceus
miliaceus
adjective
of millet

miliacus
miliacus
adjective
fed with mil let

miliarensis
mīliārensis
adjective
that contains a thousand

miliarium
miliārium
noun
a short and thick pillar which stood in the centre of the basin of an oil-mill to support the

miliarium (mill
mīliārium (mill
prefix
A mile-stone

miliarius
mīliārius
noun
a Christian sect who believed in the doctrine of a millennial kingdom

miliarius
miliārius
adjective
of or belonging to millet

miliarius
mīlīārīus
adjective
containing or comprising a thousand

Milichus
Mīlichus
noun
a king in Spain

Milicus
Mīlicus
noun
a king in Spain

miliens
miliens
adverb
a thousand times

milies
mīlies
adverb
a thousand times

milifolium
mīlifolium
noun
a plant

miliginus
mīliginus
adjective
of millet

milio
mīliō
noun
a kite

Milionia
Milionia
noun
a city of Italy

militarie
mīlitāriē
adverb
in a soldier-like or military manner

militaris
mīlitāris
noun
a military man

militaris
mīlitāris
adjective
of or belonging to a soldier

militariter
mīlitāriter
adverb
in a soldierly or military manner

militarius
mīlitārius
adjective
soldierlike

militia
mīlitia
noun
military service

militiola
mīlitiola
noun
a short

milito
mīlitō
verb
to be a soldier

milium
milium
noun
millet

mille
mille
adjective
a thousand

millefolia
millefolia
noun

millefolium
millefolium
noun
a plant

milleformis
milleformis
adjective
of a thousand forms

millenarius
millēnārius
adjective
containing a thousand

milleni
millēnī
adjective
a thousand each

millensimus
millensimus
adjective
the thousandth

millepeda
millepeda
noun
thousandfeet

millesimum
millēsimum
adverb
for the thousandth time

millesimus
millēsimus
adjective
the thousandth

milliarensis
milliārensis
adjective
that contains a thousand

milliarensis
milliārensis
adjective

milliarium
milliārium
noun
a short and thick pillar which stood in the centre of the basin of an oil-mill to support the

milliarius
milliārius
noun
a Christian sect who believed in the doctrine of a millennial kingdom

milliarius
milliārius
adjective
containing or comprising a thousand

milliarius
milliārius
adjective

milliarius
milliārius
adjective
of or belonging to millet

milliens
milliens
adverb
a thousand times

millies
millies
adverb
a thousand times

milliformis
milliformis
adjective
of a thousand forms

milliformis
milliformis
adjective

millimodus
millimodus
adjective
thousand-fold

millio
milliō
noun
a kind of hawk

millus
millus
verb

millus
millus
noun

millus
millus
verb

Milo
Milō
noun
A celebrated athlete of Crotona

Milo
Milō
noun
a name assumed by T. Annius

Milon
Milōn
noun
A celebrated athlete of Crotona

Miloniana
Milōniāna
noun
the oration of Cicero for Milo

Milonianus
Milōniānus
adjective
of or belonging to

Milonius
Mīlōnius
noun
the name of a parasite

Miltiades
Miltiadēs
noun
the celebrated general of the Athenians

miltos
miltos
noun
red-lead

milua
milua
noun
a she-kite

miluago
miluāgō
noun
a kind of fish

miluavago
miluāvagō
noun
a kind of fish

miluina
miluīna
noun
A kite's

miluinus
miluīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the kite

miluus
miluus
noun
a bird of prey

milvina
milvīna
noun
A kite's

milvinus
milvīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the kite

Milvius
Milvius
adjective
adj.

Milvius Pons
Milvius Pons
expression

milvus
milvus
noun
a bird of prey

Milyadum commune
Milyadum commūne
noun
a district and city in Lycia

Milyas
Milyas
noun
a district and city in Lycia

mima
mīma
noun
a female mimic or mime

Mimalloneus
Mimalloneus
adjective
Bacchantic

Mimallonis
Mimallonis
noun
the Bacchantes

Mimallonis
Mimallonis
noun
a Bacchante

mimarius
mīmārius
noun
a mimic actor

mimarius
mīmārius
adjective
of or belonging to a mime

Mimas
Mimas
adjective
A mountain range in Ionia

mimiambus
mīmiambus
noun
a mimic poem in iambics

mimice
mīmicē
adverb
like a mime

mimicus
mīmicus
adjective
of or belonging to mimes

mimmulus
mimmulus
noun
the name of a plant

Mimnermia
Mimnermia
noun
a surname of Venus

Mimnermus
Mimnermus
noun
a Greek elegiac poet of Colophon

mimographus
mīmographus
noun
a composer of mimes

mimologus
mīmologus
noun
an actor in mimic plays or farces

mimula
mīmula
noun
a little mime

mimulus
mīmulus
noun
a little mime

mimus
mīmus
noun
A mimic actor

min
min
cross-reference

min
min
noun
native cinnabar

mina
mina
noun
the projecting points or pinnacles

mina
mina
noun
A Greek weight of a hundred Attic drachmas

mina
mina
noun
a breast lacking milk

minabiliter
minābiliter
adverb
threateningly

minacia
minācia
noun
menaces

minaciter
mināciter
adverb
threateningly

Minaeus
Minaeus
noun
a people of Arabia

Minaeus
Minaeus
adjective
of or belonging to the Minaei

minanter
minanter
adverb
threateningly

minatio
minātiō
noun
a threatening

minator
minātor
noun
one who drives cattle with threats

minatorius
minātōrius
adjective
threatening

minax
minax
adjective
jutting out

Minciades
Minciadēs
noun
the Minciade

Mincius
Mincius
noun
a river in Cisalpine Gaul

minctio
minctiō
noun
a making water

minctura
minctūra
noun
a making water

minctus
minctus
noun

Mineides
Minēides
noun
the daughters of Minyas

mineo
mineō
cross-reference

minerrimus
minerrimus
cross-reference

Minerva
Minerva
noun
a Roman goddess

Minerval
Minerval
noun
a gift in return for instruction

Minervale
Minervāle
noun
festivities in honor of Minerva

Minervalicium
Minervālicium
noun
a teacher's fee

Minervalis
Minervālis
adjective
of or belonging to Minerva

Minervinus
Minervīnus
noun
the name of a Roman slave

Minervium
Minervium
noun
A temple of Minerva

Minervius
Minervius
adjective
of or belonging to Minerva

mineus
mineus
adjective
of a cinnabar-red color

mingo
mingō
verb
to make water

miniaceus
miniāceus
adjective
of cinnabar or minium

minianus
miniānus
adjective
painted with red-lead or cinnabar

miniaria
miniāria
noun
a cinnabar mine

miniarium
miniārium
noun
a cinnabar mine

miniarius
miniārius
adjective
of or belonging to minium or cinnabar

miniatulus
miniātulus
adjective
colored with red-lead or cinnabar

miniatus
miniātus
adjective

miniatus
miniātus
adjective

minicularius
miniculārius
noun
a collector of small taxes

minicularius
miniculārius
adjective
small

minime
minimē
adverb
very briefly

minimopere
minimoperē
adverb
not at all

minimus
minimus
adjective
very small

mininus
minīnus
adjective
costing a mina

minio
miniō
verb
to color with red-lead or cinnabar

Minio
Miniō
noun
A small river in Etruria

miniscitur
miniscitur
cross-reference

minister
minister
noun
an attendant

minister
minister
adjective
that is at hand

ministerialis
ministeriālis
adjective
ministering

ministerials
ministeriāls
noun
imperial officers

ministerianus
ministeriānus
noun
imperial officers

ministeriarius
ministeriārius
adjective
of or belonging to service

ministerium
ministerium
noun
the office or functions of a

ministra
ministra
noun

ministra
ministra
noun
a female attendant

ministratio
ministrātiō
noun
service

ministrator
ministrātor
noun
an attendant

ministratorius
ministrātōrius
adjective
of or pertaining to an attendant

ministratrix
ministrātrix
noun
a female attendant

ministrix
ministrix
noun
a maid-servant

ministro
ministrō
verb
to attend

minitabiliter
minitābiliter
adverb
threateningly

minitabundus
minitābundus
adjective
threatening

minitatio
minitātiō
noun
a threatening

minito
minitō
verb

minitor
minitor
verb
v. dep. freq

minito
minitō
verb

minium
minium
noun
native cinnabar

minius
minius
adjective
of cinnabar or minium

Minius
Minius
noun
a river in Lusitania

Minnaeus
Minnaeus
noun
a people of Arabia

mino
minō
verb
to drive

minor
minor
verb
to jut forth

Minois
Mīnōis
noun
A female descendant of Minos

Minoius
Mīnōius
adjective
of or belonging to Minos

minor
minor
adjective
less

minoratio
minōrātiō
noun
diminution

minoratus
minōrātus
adjective
diminished

minoro
minōrō
verb
to make smaller

Minos
Mīnos
noun
A son of Zeus and Europa

Minotaurus
Mīnōtaurus
noun
a monster with the head of a bull and the body of a man

Minous
Mīnōus
adjective
of or belonging to Minos

mintha
mintha
noun
the Greek name for

minthe
minthē
noun
the Greek name for

mintrio
mintriō
verb
to squeak

mintro
mintrō
verb
to squeak

Minturna
Minturna
noun
a city of Latium

Minturnensis
Minturnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Minturnae

Minturnensis
Minturnensis
noun
the inhabitants of Minturnae

Minucia
Minucia
noun
a vestal

Minucia
Minucia
noun

Minucius
Minucius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

Minucius
Minucius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

Minucius
Minucius
adjective
of or belonging to a Minucius

minuisco
minuiscō
verb
to grow less

minume
minumē
adverb

minumus
minumus
adjective
very small

minumus
minumus
cross-reference

minuo
minuō
verb
to make smaller

minurio
minūriō
verb
to twitter

minurrio
minurriō
verb
to twitter

minurritiones
minurrītiōnes
cross-reference

minus
minus
adverb
less

minus
minus
adjective
smooth

minuscularius
minusculārius
noun
a collector of small taxes

minuscularius
minusculārius
adjective
small

minusculus
minusculus
adjective
rather less

minutal
minūtal
noun
A dish of minced meat

minutalis
minūtālis
noun
an insignificant author

minutalis
minūtālis
adjective
small

minutals
minūtāls
noun
petty or paltry things

minutatim
minūtātim
adverb
piecemeal

minute
minūtē
adverb
into small or fine pieces

minute
minūtē
adverb
P. a. fin

minutia
minūtia
noun
smallness

Minutia
Minutia
noun
the name of a Roman gens

minuties
minūtiēs
noun

minutiloquium
minūtiloquium
noun
brevity of speech

minutim
minūtim
adverb
into small pieces

minutim
minūtim
adverb
P. a. fin

minutio
minūtiō
noun
a lessening

Minutius
Minūtius
adjective

minutius
minūtius
cross-reference

Minutius
Minutius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

Minutius
Minutius
adjective
of or belonging to a Minucius

minutivus
minūtīvus
adjective
adapted for diminution

minutularius
minūtulārius
cross-reference

minutulus
minūtulus
adjective
very little

minutum
minūtum
noun
the smallest piece of money

minutus
minūtus
adjective

minutus
minūtus
adjective
little

Minya
Minya
noun
the Minyans

minyanthes
minyanthes
noun
a kind of large-leaved clover

minyas
minyas
noun
a plant

Minyas
Minyās
noun

Minyeias
Minȳēias
noun
the daughter of Minyas

Minyeides
Minyēides
noun
the daughters of Minyas

Minyeius
Minyēius
adjective
of or belonging to Minyas

Minyeus
Minyēus
noun
an old name of the river Orchomenos

Minyius
Minyīus
noun
an old name of the river Orchomenos

mio
miō
verb
to make water

mira
mīra
noun
a part

mirabile
mīrābile
noun
a miracle

mirabiliarius
mīrābiliārius
noun
a wonder-worker

mirabilis
mīrābilis
adjective
to be wondered at

mirabilitas
mīrābilitās
noun
wonderfulness

mirabiliter
mīrābiliter
adverb
wonderfully

mirabundus
mīrābundus
adjective
wondering

miracidion
miracidion
cross-reference

miracula
mīrācula
noun
a marvellously ugly woman

miraculo
mīrāculō
adverb
wonderfully

miraculum
mīrāculum
noun
a wonderful

mirandus
mīrandus
adjective

mirandus
mīrandus
adjective
P. a.

miratio
mīrātiō
noun
wonder

mirator
mīrātor
noun
an admirer

miratrix
mīrātrix
noun
wondering

miratus
mīrātus
adjective

mire
mīrē
adverb
wonderfully

mirifice
mīrificē
adverb
wonderfully

mirificentia
mīrificentia
noun
wonder

mirifico
mīrificō
verb
to exalt

mirificus
mīrificus
adjective
causing wonder or admiration

mirimodis
mīrimodīs
adverb
in an astonishing manner

mirio
mīriō
noun
A singularly or defectively formed person

mirmillo
mirmillō
noun
a kind of gladiator that used to fight with a Thracian

mirmillonicus
mirmillōnicus
adjective
of or belonging to a

miror
mīror
verb
to wonder or marvel at

miro
mīrō
verb
to wonder

mirum
mīrum
noun
wonders

mirus
mīrus
adjective
wonderful

mis
mis
cross-reference

Misagenes
Mīsagenēs
noun
a son of Masinissa

Misargyrides
Mīsargyridēs
noun
money-hater

miscellaneum
miscellāneum
noun
A hash of different sorts of broken meat

miscellaneus
miscellāneus
adjective
mixed

miscelliones
miscelliōnes
cross-reference

miscellus
miscellus
adjective
mixed

misceo
misceō
verb
to mix

miscillaneus
miscillāneus
adjective

miscillio
miscilliō
noun
one who is undecided

miscilllaneus
miscilllāneus
adjective
mixed

miscillus
miscillus
adjective
mixed

miscillus
miscillus
adjective

miscipulo
miscipulō
verb
to smack

miscitatus
miscitātus
adjective
mixed

miscix
miscix
noun
changeable

misellus
misellus
noun
a wretch

misellus
misellus
adjective
poor

Misenats
Mīsēnāts
noun
the inhabitants of Misenum

Misenensis
Mīsēnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Misenum

Misenum
Mīsēnum
noun
a promontory

Misenum
Mīsēnum
noun
son of Aeolus

Misenus
Mīsēnus
noun
the promontory of Misenum

Misenus
Mīsēnus
noun
son of Aeolus

miser
miser
adjective
wretched

miserabile
miserābilē
adverb

miserabilis
miserābilis
adjective
worthy of pity

miserabiliter
miserābiliter
adverb

miseramen
miserāmen
noun
pity

miserandus
miserandus
adjective
P. a.

miseranter
miseranter
adverb
pitifully

miseratio
miserātiō
noun
a pitying

miserator
miserātor
noun
one who pities

misere
miserē
adverb
wretchedly

misereor
misereor
verb
to feel pity

misereorr
misereor
verb

misereorr
misereor
verb
to feel pity

miseresco
miserescō
verb
To feel pity

miseret
miseret
cross-reference

miseretur
miserētur
cross-reference

miserevivium
miserevīvium
noun
a plant

miseria
miseria
noun
wretchedness

Miseria
Miseria
noun
the daughter of Erebus and Nox

misericordia
misericordia
noun
tender-heartedness

Misericordia
Misericordia
noun
the goddess Mercy

misericorditer
misericorditer
adverb
tenderheartedly

misericors
misericors
adjective
tender-hearted

miserimonium
miserimōnium
noun
wretchedness

miserimoniumunium
miserimōniumūnium
noun
wretchedness

miseriter
miseriter
adverb
wretchedly

miseritudo
miseritūdō
noun
wretchedness

miseritus
miseritus
participle

miseror
miseror
verb
To lament

misero
miserō
verb
v.

misertor
misertor
noun
a pitier

misertus
misertus
participle

miserulus
miserulus
adjective
wretched

miserum
miserum
noun
a wretched thing

misisula
misisula
noun
a crust of bread hollowed out in the shape of a spoon

missa
missa
noun
the mass

missarium
missārium
noun

missarium
missārium
noun
a prize

missibilia
missibilia
cross-reference

missicius
missīcius
adjective
discharged from military service

missiciutius
missīciutius
adjective
discharged from military service

missiculo
missiculō
verb
to send often

missile
missile
noun
presents thrown by the emperors among the people

missile
missile
noun
a missile weapon

missilis
missilis
adjective
that may be hurled or cast

missio
missiō
noun
a letting go

missitius
missītius
adjective

missito
missitō
verb
to send repeatedly

Missor
Missor
noun
a Roman surname

missor
missor
noun
one who sends

missorium
missōrium
noun
a dish

missum
missum
noun
a prize

Missus
Missus
adjective

missus
missus
adjective

missus
missus
noun
a sending away

Missus
Missus
noun
he that is sent

mistarius
mistārius
noun
a vessel in which wine was mixed with water

misticius
mistīcius
adjective
of mixed race

mistim
mistim
adverb
mixedly

mistio
mistiō
noun
a mixing

mistius
mistius
adjective
of mixed race

mistura
mistūra
noun
a mixing

misturatus
mistūrātus
adjective
mixed

mistus
mistus
noun
a mixing

mistus
mistus
adjective

Mistyllus
Mistyllus
noun
the name of a cook

Misulamus
Misulamus
noun
a powerful African tribe

Misulanus
Misulānus
noun
a people of Numidia

misy
misy
noun
A kind of mushroom or truffle

mite
mītē
adverb
mildly

mitella
mitella
noun
a headband

mitellica
mitellica
cross-reference

mitellita
mitellīta
cross-reference

mitesco
mītescō
verb
to become mild or mellow

Mithradatium
Mithradātīum
adjective
of or belonging to a Mithridates

Mithras
Mithrās
noun
The sun-god

mithrax
mithrax
noun
a Persian precious stone

Mithres
Mithrēs
noun
The sun-god

Mithriacus
Mithriacus
adjective
of or belonging to a Mithras

Mithridates
Mithridātēs
noun
Mithridates the Great

Mithridateus
Mithridātēus
adjective
of or belonging to a Mithridates

Mithridaticus
Mithridāticus
adjective
of or belonging to Mithridates

Mithridatium
Mithridātīum
noun
an antidote

mithridax
mithridax
noun
a Persian precious stone

mithridax
mithrīdax
cross-reference

mitifico
mītificō
verb
to make mild or mellow

mitificus
mītificus
adjective
mild

mitigabiliter
mītigābiliter
adverb
mildly

mitiganter
mītiganter
adverb

mitiganter
mītiganter
verb
in a soothing manner

mitigatio
mītigātiō
noun
a soothing

mitigativus
mītigātīvus
adjective
soothing

mitigatorius
mītigātōrius
adjective
soothing

mitigo
mītigō
verb
to make mild

mitilo
mitilō
verb
to cry like the

mitis
mītis
adjective
mild

mitisco
mitiscō
verb
to become mild or mellow

mitiusculus
mītiusculus
adjective
rather mild

mitra
mitra
noun
A headband

mitra
mītra
noun
A headband

mitratus
mitrātus
adjective
wearing a turban

mitratus
mītrātus
adjective
wearing a turban

mitrax
mitrax
noun
a Persian precious stone

mitrula
mitrula
noun
a little headband

mittendarius
mittendārius
noun
a public officer who was sent into the provinces to collect the taxes

mittix
mittix
cross-reference

mitto
mittō
verb
to cause to go

mitulus
mītulus
noun
a kind of mussel

Mityis
Mityis
noun
a river of Macedonia

Mitylene
Mitylēnē
adverb

Mitylene
Mitylēnē
noun
the capital of Lesbos

mitylus
mītylus
cross-reference

Mityos
Mityos
noun
a river of Macedonia

Mitys
Mitys
noun
a river of Macedonia

Mitytilenaeus
Mitytilēnaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Mytilene

miurus versus
miūrus versus
expression
a hexameter that has at the end an iambus instead of a spondee

miurus versus
mīūrus versus
expression
a hexameter that has at the end an iambus instead of a spondee

mius
mius
adjective

miva
miva
noun
a she-kite

mixtarius
mixtārius
noun
a vessel in which wine was mixed with water

mixtarius
mixtārius
cross-reference

mixticius
mixtīcius
adjective
of mixed race

mixtim
mixtim
adverb
mixedly

mixtio
mixtiō
noun
a mixing

mixtio
mixtiō
cross-reference

mixtura
mixtūra
noun
a mixing

mixturatus
mixtūrātus
adjective
mixed

mixtus
mixtus
noun
a mixing

mixtus
mixtus
adjective

mna
mna
noun

mna
mna
noun
A Greek weight of a hundred Attic drachmas

Mnaseas
Mnaseās
noun
an author who wrote

Mnemon
Mnēmōn
noun
A surname of king Artaxerxes

Mnemonidis
Mnēmonidis
noun
the Muses

Mnemosyna
Mnēmosyna
noun
the Muses

Mnemosyne
Mnēmosynē
noun
The mother of the Muses

mnemosynon
mnēmosȳnon
noun
a memorial

Mnesarchus
Mnēsarchus
noun
the father of Pythagoras

mnester
mnēster
noun
a wooer

Mnester
Mnēster
noun
a Roman surname

Mnestheus
Mnestheus
noun
a Trojan

Mnevis
Mnēvis
noun
a black ox consecrated to the sun-god at Heliopolis

Moab
Mōab
noun
indecl.

Moabites
Mōabītēs
noun
an inhabitant of Moab

Moabitis
Mōabītis
noun
Moabite

mobile
mōbile
noun
movable goods

mobilis
mōbilis
adjective
easy to be moved

mobilitas
mōbilitās
noun
movableness

mobiliter
mōbiliter
adverb
with rapid motion

mobilito
mōbilitō
verb
to make movable

Mocilla
Mōcilla
noun
a Roman surname

mocosus
mōcōsus
adjective

moderabilis
moderābilis
adjective
moderate

moderamen
moderāmen
noun
a means of managing or governing

moderamentum
moderāmentum
noun
a means of guidance

moderanter
moderanter
adverb
with control

moderate
moderātē
adverb
with moderation

moderatim
moderātim
adverb
in due measure

moderatio
moderātiō
noun
A moderating

moderator
moderātor
noun
a manager

moderatrix
moderātrix
noun
She who moderates or allays

moderatus
moderātus
adjective
P. a.

moderatus
moderātus
adjective

modernum
modernum
noun
things or institutions of the present

modernus
modernus
adjective
modern

modero
moderō
verb
to moderate

moderor
moderor
verb
to set a measure

modeste
modestē
adverb
with moderation

modestia
modestia
noun
moderateness

Modestinus
Modestīnus
noun
a Roman surname

modestus
modestus
adjective
keeping due measure

modialis
modiālis
adjective
containing a

modiatio
modiātiō
noun
a measuring by

Mo[dibreve]yses
Mo[dibreve]ȳses
noun
Moses

modice
modicē
adverb
with moderation

modicellus
modicellus
adjective
very moderate

modico
modicō
adverb

modicum
modicum
noun
a little way

modicus
modicus
adjective
having or keeping a proper measure

modificatio
modificātiō
noun
a measuring

modificator
modificātor
noun
one who gives the proper measure

modificatus
modificātus
adjective
measured off

modificatus
modificātus
adjective

modificor
modificor
verb
to measure off

modifico
modificō
verb
to control

modificus
modificus
adjective
measured

modimperator
modimperātor
noun
the president or chairman of a convivial party

modiolum
modiolum
noun
the yolk

modiolus
modiolus
noun
a small measure

modium
modium
noun
a peck

modium
modium
noun

modius
modius
noun
a peck

modo
modō
adverb
only

modo
modo
adverb
only

modulabilis
modulābilis
adjective
that can be sung or played

modulamen
modulāmen
noun
melody

modulamentum
modulāmentum
noun
melody

modulate
modulātē
adverb
measuredly

modulatio
modulātiō
noun
a regular measure

modulator
modulātor
noun
one who measures by rule

modulatrix
modulātrix
noun
she that regulates

modulatus
modulātus
adjective

modulatus
modulātus
adjective

modulatus
modulātus
noun
a modulating

modulor
modulor
verb
to measure off properly

modulus
modulus
noun
a small measure

modus
modus
noun
a measure

moechile
moechīle
noun
a place where adultery is committed

moechillus
moechillus
noun
an adulterer

moechimenium
moechimēnium
noun
adultery

moechisso
moechissō
verb
to ravish

moechor
moechor
verb
to commit adultery

moechocinaedus
moechocinaedus
noun
a man abandoned to lewdness

moene
moene
noun
defensive walls

moene
moene
noun

moenera
moenera
cross-reference

moeneror
moeneror
verb
to give

moenia
moenia
noun
duties

moenia
moenia
cross-reference

moenimentum
moenīmentum
noun
a defence

moenio
moeniō
verb

Moenis
Moenis
noun
the River Main

moenitus
moenītus
adverb

Moenus
Moenus
noun

Moenus
Moenus
noun

Moera
Moera
noun
the name of one of the Fates

moerens
moerens
adjective

moerens
moerens
adjective

moerens
moerens
adjective
P. a.

moereo
moereō
verb
mournful

moereor
moereor
verb

moereo
moereō
verb

moereor
moereor
verb

moerica
moerica
cross-reference
an unknown kind of vine

moerica
moerica
adjective
a sort of grape-vine

Moeris
Moeris
noun
the Lake Maeris

Moeris
Moeris
noun
Maeris

Moeris
Moeris
noun
the name of a shepherd and sorcerer

moeror
moeror
noun
a mourning

moeror
moeror
verb

moerus
moerus
noun

Moesa
Moesa
noun
the grandmother of Heliogabalus

Moesia
Moesia
noun
the country of the Maesi

Moesiacus
Moesiacus
adjective
of or belonging to Maesia

Moesicus
Moesicus
adjective
of or belonging to Maesia

moesileum
moesīlēum
noun
a tomb

moeste, moestifico, moestiter, moestitia, moestitudo, moesto
moestē, moestifico, moestiter, moestitia, moestitūdo, moestō
expression

moestifico
moestificō
verb
to make sad or sorrowful

moestitia
moestitia
noun
a being sad or sorrowful

moestitudo
moestitūdō
noun
sadness

moesto
moestō
verb
to make sad

moestus
moestus
adverb

moestus
moestus
adjective
full of sadness

Moesus
Moesus
noun
the Maesians

moeta
moeta
cross-reference

moetacismus
moetacismus
cross-reference
the frequent repetition or recurrence of the letter m

Mogontiacum
Mogontiacum
noun
a city of Germany

Mogontiacum
Mogontiacum
noun
Mayence

Moguntia
Moguntia
noun

Mola
Mola
noun
the daughters of Mars

mola
mola
noun
a millstone

molaris
molāris
noun
A millstone

molaris
molāris
adjective
of or belonging to a mill or to grinding

molarius
molārius
adjective
of or belonging to a mill or to grinding

molaxo
molaxō
verb

molemonium
molemonium
noun
a plant that promotes vomiting

molendarius
molendārius
adjective
of or belonging to a mill or to grinding

molendinarius
molendīnārius
adjective
of or belonging to a mill

molendinarius
molendīnārius
noun
a miller

molendinum
molendīnum
noun
a millingplace

moles
mōlēs
noun
a shapeless

moleste
molestē
adverb
With trouble or difficulty

molestia
molestia
noun
trouble

molesto
molestō
verb
to trouble

molestus
molestus
adjective
troublesome

moletrina
moletrīna
noun
a mill

molicina
molicina
cross-reference

molicina
molicina
cross-reference

molile
molīle
noun
the drawing-ropes or traces

molimen
mōlīmen
noun
a great exertion

molimentum
mōlīmentum
noun
a great exertion

molina
molīna
cross-reference

molinum
molīnum
noun
a mill

molinus
molīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a mill

molio
mōliō
verb
To build

molior
mōlior
verb
To set one's self or one's powers in motion

molitio
mōlītiō
noun
a putting in motion

molitio
molitiō
noun
a grinding

molitor
molitor
noun
a miller

molitor
mōlītor
noun
one who undertakes

molitrix
mōlītrix
noun
she who attempts

molitum
molitum
noun
food made of flour

molitura
molitūra
noun

molitus
molitus
adjective

molitus
mōlītus
adjective

molitus
molitus
adjective
ground

molle
molle
noun
a kind of fishes

molle
molle
noun
softness

molleo
molleō
verb
to be soft

mollesco
mollescō
verb
to become soft

mollicellus
mollicellus
adjective
soft

mollicia
mollicia
cross-reference

mollicia
mollicia
noun
movableness

mollicies
mollicies
cross-reference

mollicies
molliciēs
noun
movableness

mollicina
mollicīna
noun
a kind of soft garment

mollicomus
mollicomus
adjective
soft-haired

Molliculus
Molliculus
noun
a Roman surname

molliculus
molliculus
adjective
soft

mollifico
mollificō
verb
to make soft

mollificus
mollificus
adjective
making soft

molligo
mollīgō
noun

mollimentum
mollīmentum
noun
a means of softening or mitigating

mollio
molliō
verb
to make soft

mollipes
mollipes
adjective
softfooted

mollis
mollis
adjective
easily movable

molliter
molliter
adverb
softly

mollitia
mollitia
noun
movableness

mollities
mollitiēs
noun
movableness

mollitorius
mollitōrius
adjective
emollient

mollitudo
mollitūdō
noun
suppleness

mollitus
mollītus
adjective

mollugo
mollūgō
noun
a variety of the plant

mollusca
mollusca
adjective
Soft

molluscum
molluscum
noun
a fungus that grows on the maple-tree

molluscus
molluscus
adjective
Soft

Molo
Molō
noun
a surname of Apollonius of Rhodes

molo
molō
verb
to grind

moloche
molochē
noun
a kind of mallows

moloche
molochē
adverb

molochinarius
molochinārius
noun
A mallow-dyer

molocinarius
molocinārius
noun
A mallow-dyer

molon
mōlon
noun
a plant

Molon
Molon
cross-reference

Molon
Molon
noun
a surname of Apollonius of Rhodes

Molorchaeus
Molorchaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Molorchus

Molorchus
Molorchus
noun
a poor vine-dresser near Nemea

molorthus
molorthus
noun
a sounding-lead

Molos
Molos
noun
the father of

Molossia
Molossia
noun
Molossia

molossiambos
molossiambos
noun
a metrical foot consisting of three long syllables and an iambus

Molossicus
Molossicus
adjective
Molossian

Molossis
Molossis
noun
Molossis

molossopyrrhichius
molossopyrrhichius
noun
a metrical foot consisting of a

molossospondeus
molossospondēus
noun
a metrical verse consisting of a

Molossus
Molossus
noun
the Molossians

Molossus
Molossus
adjective
of or belonging to the Molossi

Molossus
Molossus
noun
son of Pyrrhus

Molossus
Molossus
noun
A Molossian

moltaticus
moltāticus
adjective
of or belonging to fines

moltus
moltus
adjective
much

molucium
molucium
cross-reference

molucrum
molucrum
noun
A millbroom

molucrum
molūcrum
noun
A millbroom

Molus
Molus
noun
the father of

Molus
Molus
cross-reference

moly
mōly
noun
A plant with a white flower and a black root

molybdaena
molybdaena
noun
Sulphuret of lead

molybdis
molybdis
noun
lead

molybditis
molybdītis
noun
the spume of lead

molybdus
molybdus
noun
lead

momar
momar
noun

momen
mōmen
noun
Movement

momentaliter
mōmentāliter
adverb
in a moment

momentana
mōmentāna
noun
a delicate pair of scales for weighing gold and silver

momentaneus
mōmentāneus
adjective
short

momentarius
mōmentārius
adjective
brief

momentosus
mōmentōsus
adjective
rapid

momentum
mōmentum
noun
a movement

Mona
Mona
noun
the name of two islands

monacha
monacha
noun
a nun

monachicus
monachicus
adjective
monkish

monachium
monachīum
noun
a monastery

monachus
monachus
noun
a monk

Monaeses
Monaesēs
noun
a king of the Parthians

monaliter
monāliter
adverb

monarcha
monarcha
noun
an absolute ruler

monarchia
monarchia
noun
absolute rule

monarius
monārius
adjective
having but one form

monas
monas
noun
unity

monasterialis
monastēriālis
adjective
monastic

monasteriolum
monastēriolum
noun
a little monastery

monasterium
monastērium
noun
a monastery

monastria
monastria
noun
nuns

monaules
monaulēs
noun
nuns

monauliter
monauliter
adverb
on a single flute

monaulos
monaulos
noun
a single flute

monaulus
monaulus
noun
a single flute

monazons
monazons
noun
monks

Monda
Monda
cross-reference

monedula
monēdula
noun
a jackdaw

monela
monēla
noun
a reminding

monemeron
monēmeron
noun
a kind of eye-salve

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 or belonging to the mint

monetarius
monētārius
noun
a master of the mint

monetarius
monētārius
adjective
of or belonging to the mint

monile
monīle
noun
a necklace

monimentarius
monimentārius
cross-reference

monimentum
monimentum
cross-reference

monimonumentarius
monimonumentārius
adjective
of or belonging to a monument or tomb

monimonumentum
monimonumentum
noun
that which preserves the remembrance of any thing

monitio
monitiō
noun
a reminding

monito
monitō
verb
to remind

monitor
monitor
noun
one who reminds

monitorius
monitōrius
adjective
that serves to remind or admonish

monitum
monitum
noun
admonition

monitus
monitus
noun
a reminding

monitus
monitus
adjective

monnula
monnula
noun
a darling

monobelus
monobelus
noun

monobolon
monobolon
noun
a single throw

monoceros
monoceros
noun
a unicorn

monochordon
monochordon
noun
the monochord

monochordos
monochordos
adjective
of one string

monochorius
monochorius
noun
the monochord

monochromatos
monochrōmatos
adjective
one-colored

monochromatum
monochrōmatum
noun
paintings of but one color

monochromos
monochrōmos
adjective
one-colored

monochronos
monochronos
adjective
of one time

monoclonos
monoclōnos
adjective
having a single branch or shoot

monocnemos
monocnēmos
noun
one-legged

monocolus
monocōlus
noun
onelegged

monocrepis
monocrēpis
noun
one-shoed

monoculus
monoculus
noun
one-eyed

monodia
monōdia
noun
the song of a solo-singer

monodiaria
monōdiāria
noun
she that sings alone

monodiarius
monōdiārius
noun
a solo-singer

monodium
monōdium
noun
the song of a solo-singer

Monodus
Monodūs
noun
a son of Prusias

Monoecus
Monoecus
noun
a surname of Hercules

monogamia
monogamia
noun
a marrying of but one wife

monogamus
monogamus
noun
he who has but one wife

monogenes
monogenēs
noun
onlybegotten

monogramma
monogramma
noun
a character consisting of several letters

monogrammus
monogrammus
adjective
that consist of lines merely

monogrammus
monogrammus
noun
a skeleton

monoides
monoīdēs
noun
having a single form

monolinum
monolinum
noun
a necklace consisting of a string of pearls

monolithus
monolithus
adjective
consisting of a single stone

monolium
monolium
cross-reference

monoloris
monolōris
adjective
with one thong

monomachia
monomachia
noun
a single combat

monomachus
monomachus
noun
he who fights in single combat

monometer
monometer
adjective
consisting of one metre

monopodium
monopodium
noun
a table or stand with one foot

monopodius
monopodius
adjective
one-footed

monopolium
monopōlium
noun
the exclusive privilege of dealing in or selling a thing

monopteros
monopteros
adjective
with one wing

monoptotum
monoptōtum
noun
nouns which have but one case-ending

monosolis
monosolis
adjective
single-soled

monostichium
monostichium
noun
a poem consisting of a single verse

monostichum
monostichum
noun
a poem consisting of a single verse

monosyllabon
monosyllabon
noun

monosyllabus
monosyllabus
adjective
monosyllabic

monotriglyphus
monotriglyphus
adjective
that has only one triglyph

monotropus
monotropus
noun
of one kind

monoxylus
monoxylus
adjective
that consists of a single piece of wood

mons
mons
noun
a mountain

Mons Albanus
Mons Albānus
expression
a rocky mountain in Latium

monstrabilis
monstrābilis
adjective
worthy to be shown or noticed

monstratio
monstrātiō
noun
a showing

monstrator
monstrātor
noun
a shower

monstratus
monstrātus
adjective
P. a.

monstratus
monstrātus
adjective

monstratus
monstrātus
noun
a showing

monstrifer
monstrifer
adjective
monster-bearing

monstrificabilis
monstrificābilis
adjective
monstrous

monstrifice
monstrificē
adverb
in a monstrous or strange manner

monstrificus
monstrificus
adjective
monstrous

monstrigena
monstrigena
noun
monster-bearing

monstriger
monstriger
adjective

monstro
monstrō
verb
to show

monstrose
monstrōsē
adverb
strangely

monstrose
monstrōsē
adverb

monstrositas
monstrōsitās
noun
unnaturalness

monstrosus
monstrōsus
adverb

monstrosus
monstrōsus
adjective
strange

monstrum
monstrum
noun
a divine omen indicating misfortune

monstruose
monstruōsē
adverb
strangely

monstruosus
monstruōsus
adjective
strange

Montanianus
Montāniānus
adjective

Montanianus
Montāniānus
adjective
belonging to the orator Montanus

montaniculus
montāniculus
adjective

Montanilla
Montanilla
noun
a Roman surname

Montaninus
Montānīnus
noun
a Roman surname

montaniosus
montāniōsus
adjective
mountainous

Montanum
Montānum
noun
mountainous regions

Montanus
Montānus
noun
mountaineers

Montanus
Montānus
noun
a Roman surname

montanus
montānus
adjective
of or belonging to a mountain

montensis
montensis
adjective
of or belonging to mountains

monticellus
monticellus
noun
a small mountain

monticola
monticola
noun
a dweller in the mountains

monticulus
monticulus
noun
a small mountain

montifer
montifer
adjective
mountain-bearing

montigena
montigena
noun
mountain-born

Montinus
Montīnus
noun
a mountaingod

montivagus
montivagus
adjective
mountain-roaming

montosus
montōsus
adjective
mountainous

montuosum
montuōsum
noun
mountain regions

montuosus
montuōsus
adjective
mountainous

monubilis
monubilis
adjective
reminding

monumentalis
monumentālis
adjective

monumentarius
monumentārius
adjective
of or belonging to a monument or tomb

monumentum
monumentum
noun
that which preserves the remembrance of any thing

Monuste
Monustē
noun
one of the Danaides

Monychus
Mōnychus
noun
the name of a Centaur

Mopsianus
Mopsiānus
noun
the adherents of Mopsus

Mopsium
Mopsium
noun
a hill in Thessaly

Mopsius
Mopsius
noun
the adherents of Mopsus

Mopsopia
Mopsopia
noun

Mopsopius
Mopsopius
adjective
of or belonging to Mopsopia

Mopsucrena
Mopsūcrēna
noun
a city in Cappadocia

Mopsuestia
Mopsuestia
noun
a city in Cilicia

Mopsuhestia
Mopsuhestia
noun
a city in Cilicia

Mopsus
Mopsus
noun
A soothsayer in Argos

mora
mora
noun
the fish echeneis

mora
mora
noun
a division of the Spartan army

mora
mōra
noun
a foolish woman

mora
mora
noun
a delay

moracillum
moracillum
cross-reference

moracius
moracius
adjective
hard

moralis
mōrālis
adjective
of or belonging to manners or morals

moralitas
mōrālitās
noun
manner

moraliter
mōrāliter
adverb
in a characteristic manner

moramentum
morāmentum
noun
that which causes a delay

moraria
morāria
noun
a plant

morate
morātē
adverb
lingeringly

moratim
morātim
adverb
slowly

moratio
morātiō
noun
a delaying

morator
morātor
noun
A delayer

moratoriis
morātōriis
noun
delaying

moratus
morātus
adjective

moratus
mōrātus
adjective
Mannered

morax
morax
adjective
fond of delay

morbide
morbidē
adverb

morbidus
morbidus
adjective
Sickly

morbifer
morbifer
adjective
that brings disease

morbiferus
morbiferus
adjective
that brings disease

morbifico
morbificō
verb
to produce disease

Morbonia
Morbōnia
noun
the land of disease

Morbonia
Morbōnia
cross-reference

morbositas
morbōsitās
noun
sickliness

morbosus
morbōsus
adjective
sickly

Morbovia
Morbōvia
noun
the land of disease

morbus
morbus
noun
a sickness

Morbus
Morbus
noun
the son of Erebus and Nox

mordacitas
mordācitās
noun
the power of biting or stinging

mordaciter
mordāciter
adverb
bitingly

mordax
mordax
adjective
biting

mordeo
mordeō
verb
to bite

mordex
mordex
adjective
biting

Mordex
Mordex
noun
the biter

mordicatio
mordicātiō
noun
a griping

mordicativus
mordicātīvus
adjective
biting

mordices
mordices
noun

mordicitus
mordicitus
adverb
with the teeth

mordico
mordicō
verb
to bite

mordicus
mordicus
adverb
by biting

mordicus
mordicus
adjective
biting

mordosus
mordōsus
adjective
biting

more
mōrē
adverb
foolishly

moreis
mōreis
noun

moretarium
morētārium
noun
the dish

moretarius
morētārius
adjective
of or belonging to the dish

Moretum
Morētum
noun
the title of a small poem ascribed to Virgil

moretum
morētum
noun
A country dish composed of garlic

Morgentia
Morgentia
noun

Morgetis
Morgētis
noun
a people who anciently dwelt in Lucania

moribundus
moribundus
adjective
Dying

morigeratio
mōrigerātiō
noun
compliance

morigerator
mōrigerātor
noun
a complier

morigero
mōrigerō
verb

morigero
mōrigerō
verb

morigeror
mōrigeror
verb
to comply with

morigerus
mōrigerus
adjective
complying

Morimarusa
Morimarūsa
cross-reference
the Cimbric appellation of the North Sea

Morinus
Morinus
noun
a people of Belgic Gaul

morio
moriō
cross-reference

morior
morior
verb
to die

morio
mōriō
noun
an arrant fool

morion
morion
cross-reference

morion
mōrion
noun
A narcotic plant

Moritasgus
Moritasgus
noun
A god of the Senones

moriturio
morituriō
verb
v. n. desid

mormorion
mormorion
noun
a kind of darkbrown rock crystal

mormyr
mormyr
noun
a sort of fish in Pontus

moro
morō
verb

moro
morō
verb

moror
moror
verb
Thr

morochites
morochītēs
noun
a precious stone of the color of a leek

morochthos
morochthos
noun
a precious stone of the color of a leek

morologus
mōrologus
adjective
speaking foolishly

moroor
mōroor
verb
to be foolish

morose
mōrōsē
adverb
Peevishly

morositas
mōrōsitās
noun
Peevishness

morosus
mōrōsus
adjective
peevish

morosus
morōsus
adjective
lingering

Morpheus
Morpheus
noun
the son of Sleep and god of dreams

morphnos
morphnos
noun
a kind of eagle that lives near lakes

Morrenas
Morrenas
adjective
adj. comm.

Mors
Mors
noun
a goddess

mors
mors
noun
death

morsicatim
morsicātim
adverb
by biting

morsicatio
morsicātiō
noun
a biting

morsico
morsicō
verb
To bite continually

morsiuncula
morsiuncula
noun
a little bite

morsum
morsum
noun
a bit

morsus
morsus
adjective

morsus
morsus
noun
a biting

Morta
Morta
noun
one of the Fates

mortale
mortāle
noun
human affairs

mortalis
mortālis
adjective
subject to death

mortalis
mortālis
noun
a man

mortalitas
mortālitās
noun
the state of being subject to death

mortaliter
mortāliter
adverb
mortally

mortariolum
mortāriolum
noun
a small mortar

mortarium
mortārium
noun
a mortar

morticinum
morticīnum
noun
carcasses

morticinus
morticīnus
adjective
dead

mortifeis
mortifeis
noun
deadly things

mortifer
mortifer
cross-reference
death-bringing

mortifere
mortiferē
adverb
mortally

mortiferus
mortiferus
cross-reference
death-bringing

mortificatio
mortificātiō
noun
a killing

mortifico
mortificō
verb
to kill

mortificus
mortificus
adjective
deadly

mortigena
mortigena
noun
the producer of death

mortuale
mortuāle
noun
Grave - clothes or mourningweeds

mortuarius
mortuārius
adjective
of or belonging to the dead

mortuosus
mortuōsus
adjective
death-like

morturio
morturiō
verb
v. n. desid

mortuus
mortuus
adjective

mortuus
mortuus
adjective
P. a.

mortuus
mortuus
noun
a dead person

morula
morula
noun
a brief delay

morulus
mōrulus
adjective
black

morum
mōrum
noun
a mulberry

morus
mōrus
noun
a fool

morus
mōrus
noun
a mulberry-tree

morus
mōrus
adjective
foolish

Morvinnicus
Morvinnicus
adjective
of or belonging to Morvinnus

mos
mos
noun
manner

Mosa
Mosa
noun
a river in Belgic Gaul

Moschicus
Moschicus
adjective
adj.

Moschis
Moschis
noun
a female proper name

Moschus
Moschus
noun
a people between the Black and the Caspian Seas

Moschus
Moschus
noun
A rhetorician of Pergamus

Moschus
Moschus
adjective
adj.

moscillus
moscillus
noun
little customs or usages

mosculus
mosculus
noun
little customs or usages

Moseius
Mōsēius
adjective
of or belonging to Moses

Mosella
Mosella
noun
a river of Belgic Gaul

Moselleus
Mosellēus
noun
of or belonging to the Moselle

Moses
Mōses
noun
Moses

Moseus
Mōsēus
adjective
of or belonging to Moses

Mositicus
Mōsiticus
adjective
adj.

Mostellaria
Mostellāria
noun
The Ghost

mostellum
mostellum
cross-reference

Mostenus
Mostēnus
noun
the inhabitants of

Mosula
Mosula
noun

Mosula
Mosula
noun
of or belonging to the Moselle

motabilis
mōtābilis
adjective
moving

motacilla
mōtacilla
noun
the white water-wagtail

motarium
mōtārium
noun
lint

motatio
mōtātiō
noun
frequent motion

motator
mōtātor
noun
a mover

motio
mōtiō
noun
a moving

motito
mōtitō
verb
to move often

motiuncula
mōtiuncula
noun
a slight motion

moto
mōtō
verb
to keep moving

motor
mōtor
noun
a mover

motorium
mōtōrium
noun
the power of motion

motorius
mōtōrius
adjective
moving

motus
mōtus
adjective

motus
mōtus
adjective
P. a.

motus
mōtus
noun
a moving

movens
movens
adjective
P. a.

movens
movens
adjective

moventer
moventer
adverb
movingly

moveo
moveō
verb
to move

mox
mox
adverb
soon

Moyses
Moyses
noun

Moysiticus
Moysīticus
adjective
of or belonging to Moses

mu
mu
interjection
to mutter

muccedo
muccēdō
noun
mucus

muccidus
muccidus
adjective
Mouldy

muccilago
muccilāgō
noun
a mouldy

muccinium
muccinium
noun
a pocket-handkerchief

muccosus
muccōsus
adjective
slimy

mucculentus
mucculentus
adjective
snivelling

muccus
muccus
noun
snivel

mucedo
mūcēdō
noun
mucus

muceo
mūceō
verb
to be mouldy

mucesco
mūcescō
verb
to become mouldy or musty

muchula
muchula
noun
the Persian name of the precious stone

Mucia
Mūcia
noun

Mucia
Mūcia
cross-reference
the wife of Cn. Pompeius

Mucianus
Mūciānus
adjective

Mucianus
Mūciānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Mucius

mucidus
mūcidus
adjective
Mouldy

mucilago
mūcilāgō
noun
a mouldy

mucinium
mūcinium
noun
a pocket-handkerchief

Mucionis
Mucionis
noun
a gate of ancient Rome

Mucium
Mūcium
noun
a festival kept by the Asiatics in commemoration of the good government of

Mucius
Mūcius
adjective
of or belonging to a Mucius

Mucius
Mūcius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens. The most celebrated are

mucor
mūcor
noun
Mould

mucosus
mūcōsus
adjective
slimy

mucro
mucrō
noun
a sharp point or edge

mucronatus
mūcrōnātus
adjective
pointed

muculentus
mūculentus
adjective
snivelling

mucus
mūcus
noun
snivel

mufrius
mufrius
noun
a term of abuse

muger
muger
cross-reference

mugil
mūgil
noun
a sea-fish

mugilis
mūgilis
noun
a sea-fish

Mugillanus
Mugillānus
noun
a Roman surname

muginor
mūginor
verb
to dally

Mugio
Mugiō
noun
a Roman surname

mugio
mūgiō
verb
to low

Mugionia
Mūgiōnia
noun
a gate of ancient Rome

Mugionis
Mūgiōnis
noun
a gate of ancient Rome

mugitor
mūgītor
noun
a bellower

mugitus
mūgītus
noun
a lowing

Mugonia
Mūgōnia
noun
a gate of ancient Rome

mula
mūla
noun
a she-mule

mularis
mūlāris
adjective
of or belonging to mules

mulc
mulc
cross-reference
the Persian name for the precious stone thelycardios

mulcator
mulcātor
noun
he who handles roughly

mulcedo
mulcēdō
noun
pleasantness

mulceo
mulceō
verb
to stroke

mulcetra
mulcētra
noun
a plant

Mulciber
Mulciber
noun
a surname of Vulcan

mulco
mulcō
verb
to beat

mulcta
mulcta
noun
a penalty

mulcta, mulctaticius, mulctatio
mulcta, mulctāticius, mulctātiō
expression

mulctaticius
mulctātīcius
adjective
of or belonging to fines

mulctatio
mulctātiō
noun
a penalty

mulctatitius
mulctātītius
adjective
of or belonging to fines

mulcto
mulctō
verb
to beat

mulcto
mulctō
cross-reference

mulcto
mulctō
verb
to punish

mulctra
mulctra
noun
a milkingpail

mulctrale
mulctrāle
noun

mulctrale
mulctrāle
noun
a milking-pail

mulctrarium
mulctrārium
noun
a milking-pail

mulctrum
mulctrum
noun
a milking-pail

mulctus
mulctus
noun
a milking

mulgare
mulgāre
noun
a milkingpail

mulgeo
mulgeō
verb
to milk

mulicurius
mūlicurius
noun
a mule-clipper

muliebre
muliebre
noun
Womanish things

muliebris
muliebris
adjective
of or belonging to a woman

muliebritas
muliēbritās
noun
womanhood

muliebritas
muliebritās
noun
womanhood

muliebriter
muliebriter
adverb
In the manner of a woman

muliebrosus
muliēbrōsus
adjective
fond of women

muliebrosus
muliebrōsus
adjective
fond of women

mulier
mulier
noun
a woman

mulierarius
mulierārius
noun
a lover of women

mulierarius
mulierārius
adjective
of or belonging to a woman

muliercula
muliercula
noun
a little woman

muliercularius
muliercūlārius
noun
a lover of women

mulieritas
mulieritās
noun
womanhood

muliero
mulierō
verb
to make womanish

mulierositas
mulierōsitās
noun
a fondness for women

mulierosus
mulierōsus
adjective
fond of women

mulinus
mūlīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a mule

Mulio
Mūliō
noun
a Roman surname

mulio
mūliō
noun
a mule-keeper

mulionicus
mūliōnicus
adjective
of or belonging to a muledriver

mulionius
mūliōnius
adjective
of or belonging to a muledriver

mulleolus
mulleolus
adjective
reddish

mulleus
mulleus
noun
a reddish or purplecolored shoe

mulleus calceus
mulleus calceus
noun
a reddish or purplecolored shoe

mullo
mullō
verb
to sew

mullulus
mullulus
noun
a little red mullet or barbel

mullus
mullus
noun
a kind of fish highly esteemed

mulocisiarius
mūlocisiārius
noun
one who rides in a carriage drawn by mules

mulomedicina
mūlomedicīna
noun
the art of curing the diseases of mules

mulomedicus
mūlomedicus
noun
a mule-doctor

mulsa
mulsa
noun

mulsa
mulsa
noun
my sweetheart

mulseus
mulseus
adjective
sweetened with honey

mulsum
mulsum
noun

mulsum
mulsum
noun
honey-wine

mulsura
mulsūra
noun
a milking

mulsus
mulsus
adjective
mixed with honey

mulsus
mulsus
adjective

multa
multa
cross-reference
adj. fem

multa
multa
noun
a penalty

multangulus
multangulus
adjective
having many angles

multanimis
multanimis
adjective
having much spirit or courage

multannus
multannus
adjective
of many years

multaticius
multātīcius
adjective
of or belonging to fines

multaticus
multāticus
adjective
of or belonging to fines

multatio
multātiō
noun
a penalty

multatitius
multātītius
adjective
of or belonging to fines

multesimus
multēsimus
adjective
multesimal

multiangulum
multiangulum
noun
a polygon

multiangulus
multiangulus
adjective
having many angles

multibarbus
multibarbus
cross-reference

multibibus
multibibus
adjective
much-drinking

multicaulis
multicaulis
adjective
many-stalked

multicavatus
multicavātus
adjective
with many hollows or cavities

multicavus
multicavus
adjective
many-holed

multicium
multīcium
noun
soft

multicius
multīcius
adjective
soft

multicola
multicola
noun
a many-worshipper

multicolor
multicolor
noun
many-colored

multicolor
multicolor
cross-reference
a many-colored garment

multicolorus
multicolōrus
adjective
manycolored

multicomus
multicomus
adjective
having much hair

multicupidus
multicupidus
adjective
much-desiring

multifacio
multifaciō
verb
to make much of

multifariam
multifāriam
adverb
on many sides

multifarie
multifāriē
adverb
in many ways

multifarius
multifārius
adjective
manifold

multifer
multifer
cross-reference
bearing much

multifidus
multifidus
adjective
many-cleft

multiflorus
multiflōrus
adjective
abounding in flowers

multifluus
multifluus
adjective
flowing copiously

multiforabilis
multiforābilis
adjective
many-holed

multiforatilis
multiforātilis
adjective
many - holed

multiforis
multiforis
adjective
many-doored

multiformis
multiformis
adjective
many-shaped

multiformitas
multiformitās
noun
multiformity

multiformiter
multiformiter
adverb
in many ways

multiforus
multiforus
adjective
having many openings

multifructus
multifructus
adjective
abounding in fruit

multigeneris
multigeneris
adjective
of many kinds

multigenerus
multigenerus
adjective

multigenerus
multigenerus
adjective
of many kinds

multigenus
multigenus
adjective
of many kinds

multigrumus
multigrūmus
adjective
much heaped up

multijugis
multijugis
adjective
yoked many together

multijugus
multijugus
adjective
yoked many together

multilaudus
multilaudus
adjective
much-praised

multilicius
multilīcius
adjective
consisting of many threads

multiloquax
multiloquax
adjective
that talks much

multiloquium
multiloquium
noun
a much-speaking

multiloquus
multiloquus
adjective
talkative

Multimammia
Multimammia
noun
the many-breasted

multimeter
multimeter
noun
many - metred

multimodis
multimodis
adverb
in many ways or modes

multimodus
multimodus
adjective
manifold

multinodis
multinōdis
adjective
having many knots

multinodus
multinōdus
adjective
having many knots

multinominis
multinōminis
adjective
many-named

multinubentia
multinūbentia
noun
a marrying several persons

multinubus
multinūbus
adjective
married to several

multinummus
multinummus
adjective
that costs much money

multinumus
multinūmus
adjective
that costs much money

multipartitus
multipartītus
adjective
much divided

multipeda
multipeda
noun
a multipede

multipes
multipēs
noun
a multipede

multipes
multipēs
adjective
many-footed

multiplex
multiplex
noun
that has many folds

multiplicabilis
multiplicābilis
adjective
manifold

multiplicatio
multiplicātiō
noun
a making manifold

multiplicator
multiplicātor
noun
a multiplier

multiplicitas
multiplicitās
noun
multiplicity

multipliciter
multipliciter
adverb
in manifold or various ways

multiplico
multiplicō
verb
to multiply

multiplicus
multiplicus
adjective
variously compounded

multipotens
multipotens
adjective
very powerful

multiradix
multirādix
noun
many - rooted

multiramis
multirāmis
adjective
many-branched

multiscius
multiscius
adjective
knowing much

multisonalis
multisonālis
adjective
much-resounding

multisonorus
multisonōrus
adjective
loud-sounding

multisonus
multisonus
adjective
loud-sounding

multitius
multītius
adjective

multitudo
multitūdō
noun
a great number

multius
multius
adjective
soft

multivagus
multivagus
adjective
that wanders about much

multividus
multividus
adjective
much-seeing

multivira
multivira
noun
she that has had many husbands

multivius
multivius
adjective
having many ways

multivolus
multivolus
adjective
wishing or longing for many

multivorantia
multivorantia
noun
gluttony

multo
multō
verb
to punish

multo
multō
adverb
by much

multotiens
multotiens
cross-reference
many times

multoties
multoties
cross-reference
many times

multum
multum
noun
many things

multum
multum
adverb
much

multus
multus
adjective
much

multus
multus
noun
the many

Mulucha
Mulucha
noun
Masc.

mulus
mūlus
noun
a mule

Mulvianus
Mulviānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Mulvius

Mulvius
Mulvius
adjective
adj.

Mummia
Mummia
noun
wife of the emperor Galba

Mummianus
Mummiānus
adjective
of or belonging to Mummius

Mummius
Mummius
adjective
name of a Roman gens. The most celebrated are

Munatius
Munātius
adjective
name of a Roman gens. So

munctio
munctiō
noun
a blowing of the nose

Munda
Munda
noun
A city in

mundanus
mundānus
adjective
of or belonging to the world

mundanus
mundānus
noun
an inhabitant of the world

mundatio
mundātiō
noun
a cleansing

mundator
mundātor
noun
a cleanser

mundatorius
mundātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to cleansing

mundatrix
mundātrix
noun
a cleaner

mundatus
mundātus
adjective

mundatus
mundātus
adjective
P. a.

munde
mundē
adverb
cleanly

Mundensis
Mundensis
adjective
of or belonging to Munda

mundialis
mundiālis
adjective
worldly

mundialiter
mundiāliter
adverb
in the manner of the world

mundicina
mundicīna
noun
a means of cleansing

mundicors
mundicors
adjective
clean-hearted

mundifico
mundificō
verb
to make clean

mundiger
mundiger
adjective
world-bearing

mundipotens
mundipotens
adjective
world-ruling

munditenens
munditenens
adjective
that holds or rules the world

munditer
munditer
adverb
cleanly

munditia
munditia
noun
cleanness

mundities
munditiēs
noun
cleanness

mundivagus
mundivagus
adjective
wandering in the world

mundo
mundō
verb
to make clean

Mundobriga
Mundobrīga
noun
a city in Lusitania

mundule
mundulē
adverb
neatly

mundulus
mundulus
adjective
cleanly

mundum
mundum
noun

mundum
mundum
noun

mundus
mundus
noun
an elegant or nice person

mundus
mundus
adjective
clean

mundus
mundus
noun
toilet ornaments

munerabundus
mūnerābundus
adjective
that gives or brings presents

muneralis
mūnerālis
adjective
of or relating to presents

munerarius
mūnerārius
adjective
Of or belonging to a gift

munerarius
mūnerārius
noun
One who bestows gifts

muneratio
mūnerātiō
noun
a giving

munerator
mūnerātor
noun
the giver of a gladiatorial exhibition

munerigerulus
mūnerigerulus
noun
a bearer of presents

muneror
mūneror
verb
to give

muneror
mūneror
verb
to give

mungo
mungō
verb
to blow the nose

munia
mūnia
noun
duties

munica
mūnica
cross-reference

municeps
mūniceps
noun
an inhabitant of a

municipalis
mūnicipālis
adjective
of or belonging to a

municipaliter
mūnicipāliter
adverb
in a

municipatim
mūnicipātim
adverb
by

municipatio
mūnicipātiō
noun
citizenship

municipatus
mūnicipātus
noun
citizenship

municipiolum
mūnicipiolum
noun
a little

municipium
mūnicipium
noun
a town

munidator
mūnidator
noun
a bestower of gifts

munifex
mūnifex
noun
one who performs service or is on duty

munifice
mūnificē
adverb
bountifully

munificens
mūnificens
adjective

munificentia
mūnificentia
noun
bountifulness

munificium
mūnificium
noun
subjection to public burdens

munifico
mūnificō
verb
to present with

munificus
mūnificus
adjective
doing duty

munificus
mūnificus
adjective
present-making

munimen
mūnīmen
noun
a defence

munimentum
mūnīmentum
noun
a defence

munio
muniō
verb

munio
mūniō
verb
to build a wall around

munis
mūnis
adjective
ready to be of service or to oblige

munite
mūnītē
adverb
securely

munite
mūnītē
adverb
P. a. fin

munitio
mūnītiō
noun
a defending

munitiuncula
mūnītiuncula
noun
a little fortification

munito
mūnītō
verb
to make passable

munitor
mūnītor
noun
a fortifier

munitrix
mūnītrix
noun
a female fortifier

munitura
mūnītūra
noun
a protection

munitus
mūnītus
adjective

munitus
mūnītus
adjective
P. a.

munus
mūnus
noun
a service

munusculum
mūnusculum
noun
a small present

Munychia
Mūnychia
noun
the port of Athens

Munychius
Mūnychius
adjective
adj.

Muraena
Muraena
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Licinia

Muraena
Muraena
noun
The murena (a fish)

Muraenianus
Mūraeniānus
adjective
of or belonging to Muraend

muraenula
mūraenula
noun
A small murena

muralis
mūrālis
adjective
of or belonging to a wall

muralium
mūrālium
noun
a plant

murana
mūrāna
noun

muratus
mūrātus
adjective
walled

murceolus
murceolus
cross-reference

murceus
murceus
adjective
slow

Murcia
Murcia
noun
An epithet of Venus

murcidus
murcidus
adjective
slothful

murciolus
murciolus
cross-reference

Murcius
Murcius
adjective
sacred to or called after Venus Murcia

Murcus
Murcus
noun
a Roman surname

murcus
murcus
noun
a coward

Murena
Murena
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Licinia

Murena
Murena
noun
The murena (a fish)

Murenianus
Mūreniānus
adjective
of or belonging to Muraend

murenula
mūrēnula
noun
A small murena

murex
mūrex
noun
The purple-fish

Murgantia
Murgantia
noun
A city in Samnium

Murgantinus
Murgantīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Murgantia

Murgantius
Murgantius
adjective
of or belonging to Murgantia

Murgentinus
Murgentīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Murgantia

Murgentinus
Murgentīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Murgantia

murgiso
murgisō
noun
a crafty advocate

muria
muria
noun
salt liquor

muriaticum
muriāticum
noun
a pickled fish

muriaticus
muriāticus
adjective
pickled or lying in brine

muricatim
mūricātim
adverb
in the shape of a purple-fish

muricatus
mūricātus
adjective
shaped like a purple-fish

muriceus
mūriceus
adjective
like a purple-fish

muricidus
mūricīdus
noun
a coward

muriculus
mūriculus
noun
a small purple-fish

muricus
mūricus
noun
a mouser

muries
muriēs
noun
salt liquor

muries
muriēs
noun

murilegulus
mūrilegulus
noun
one who gathers or fishes for the purple-fish

murinus
mūrīnus
adjective
of mice

murmillo
murmillō
cross-reference

murmillo
murmillō
noun
a kind of gladiator that used to fight with a Thracian

murmur
murmur
noun
a murmur

murmurabundus
murmurābundus
adjective
murmuring

murmuratio
murmurātiō
noun
a murmuring

murmurator
murmurātor
noun
a murmurer

murmurillo
murmurillō
verb
v. n. dim

murmurillum
murmurillum
noun
a murmuring

murmuriosus
murmuriōsus
adjective
murmuring

murmuror
murmuror
verb
to murmur

murmuror
murmuror
verb
to murmur

muro
mūrō
verb
to provide with walls

murobathrarius
murobathrārius
noun
a balsam-shoemaker

Murocincta
Murocincta
noun
a villa of Valentinian in Lower Pannonia

Murra
Murra
noun
the name of a horse

murra
murra
noun
the myrrh-tree

murra
murra
noun
a plant

murra
murra
noun
A stone of which costly vessels

Murranus
Murrānus
noun
The name of a mythic king of the Latins

murratus
murrātus
adjective
Spiced or mingled with myrrh

murreus
murreus
adjective
of or belonging to the stone murra

murreus
murreus
adjective
of or belonging to myrrh

murrha
murrha
noun
the myrrh-tree

murrha
murrha
noun
A stone of which costly vessels

murrhacopum
murrhacopum
noun
of or belonging to the stone murra

Murrhanus
Murrhanus
noun
The name of a mythic king of the Latins

murrheus
murrheus
adjective
of or belonging to the stone murra

murrheus
murrheus
adjective
of or belonging to myrrh

murrhinus
murrhinus
adjective
of or belonging to the stone murra

murrhinus
murrhinus
adjective
of or belonging to myrrh

murrhobathrarius
murrhobathrārius
noun
a balsam-shoemaker

murricidus
murricīdus
cross-reference

murricidus
murricīdus
noun
a coward

murrina
murrina
noun
a drink made of good wine

murrinum
murrinum
noun
vessels of murra

murrinus
murrinus
adjective
of or belonging to the stone murra

murrinus
murrinus
adjective
of or belonging to myrrh

murrio
murriō
verb
to squeak like a mouse

murris
murris
noun
a plant

murritis
murrītis
cross-reference

murrobathrarius
murrobathrārius
noun
a balsam-shoemaker

Mursa
Mursa
noun
a city in Pannonia

Mursensis
Mursensis
adjective
of or belonging to Mursa

Mursia
Mursia
noun
a city in Pannonia

Mursiensis
Mursiensis
adjective
of or belonging to Mursa

Mursinus
Mursīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Mursa

murta
murta
noun

murta
murta
noun

murta
murta
noun

murtatum
murtātum
noun
a kind of pudding

murtatus
murtātus
adjective
seasoned with myrtle or myrtleberries

murtatus
murtātus
adjective

Murtea
Murtea
noun
An epithet of Venus

murteolus
murteolus
adjective
adj. dim

murtetum
murtētum
noun

murtetum
murtētum
noun
a place full of myrtles

murteus
murteus
adjective
of or belonging to myrtles

murteus
murteus
adjective

Murtia
Murtia
noun
An epithet of Venus

murtinus
murtinus
adjective
of or belonging to myrtles

Murtius
Murtius
adjective
sacred to or called after Venus Murcia

Murtius
Murtius
cross-reference

murtum
murtum
noun

murtum
murtum
noun
the fruit of the myrtle

murtus
murtus
noun
a myrtle

murus
mūrus
noun
a wall

mus
mūs
noun
a mouse

Mus
Mūs
noun
a Roman surname

Musa
Mūsa
noun
a Roman surname

Musa
Mūsa
noun
a muse

musaearius
mūsaeārius
noun
a worker in mosaic

Musaeum
Mūsaeum
cross-reference

Musaeus
Mūsaeus
noun
A famous Greek poet in the time of Orpheus

Musaeus
Mūsaeus
adjective
of or belonging to the muses

Musaeus
Mūsaeus
adjective

Musagetes
Mūsagetēs
noun
leader of the muses

Musca
Musca
noun
a Roman surname

musca
musca
noun
a fly

muscarium
muscārium
noun

muscarium
muscārium
noun
a fly-flap

muscarius
muscārius
adjective
of or belonging to flies

muscellarium
muscellārium
noun
a mousetrap

muscerda
muscerda
noun
mouse-dung

muscidus
muscidus
adjective
full of moss

muscipula
muscipula
noun
a mouse-trap

muscipulator
muscipulātor
noun
a mouse-catcher

muscipulum
muscipulum
noun

muscipulum
muscipulum
noun
a mouse-trap

Musclosus
Musclōsus
cross-reference
a Roman surname

Musclosus
Musclōsus
cross-reference

muscose
muscōsē
adverb
mossily

muscosus
muscōsus
adjective
full of moss

muscula
muscula
noun
a little fly

musculosus
musculōsus
adjective
Muscular

musculus
musculus
noun
a little mouse

muscus
muscus
noun
Moss

museiarius
mūseiārius
noun
a worker in mosaic

Museum
Mūsēum
noun
a seat of the muses

Museus
Mūsēus
adjective
of or belonging to the muses

Musia
Mūsia
noun

musica
mūsica
noun
the art of music

Musicanus
Musicānus
noun
a people on the Indus

musicarius
mūsicārius
noun
a musical-instrument maker

musicatus
mūsicātus
adjective
set to music

musice
mūsicē
adverb

musice
mūsicē
noun
the art of music

musice
mūsicē
adverb

musice
mūsicē
adverb

musicum
mūsicum
noun
music

musicus
mūsicus
noun
a musician

musicus
mūsicus
adjective
Of or belonging to music

Musigena
Mūsigena
noun
muse-born

musimo
mūsimō
noun
an animal of Sardinia

musinor
mūsinor
verb

musinor
mūsinor
cross-reference

Musium
Mūsīum
noun

Musium
Mūsīum
noun
a seat of the muses

musivarius
mūsīvārius
noun
a worker in mosaic

musivum
mūsīvum
noun
mosaic work

musivus
mūsīvus
adjective
of or belonging to a muse

musmo
musmō
cross-reference

musmo
musmō
noun
an animal of Sardinia

Musonianus
Mūsōniānus
adjective
of or belonging to Musonius

Musonius
Mūsōnius
noun
a famous Stoic philosopher of the time of Tiberius

mussatio
mussātiō
noun
a suppression of the voice

mussitabundus
mussitābundus
adjective
suppressing the voice

mussitatio
mussitātiō
noun
a suppression of the voice

mussitator
mussitātor
noun
a silent person

mussito
mussitō
verb
to say in a low tone

musso
mussō
verb
to say in a low tone

mussor
mussor
verb

mustace
mustācē
noun
a kind of laurel

mustaceum
mustāceum
noun
a must-cake or laurel-cake

mustaceus
mustāceus
noun
a must-cake or laurel-cake

mustarius
mustārius
adjective
of or belonging to must

mustax
mustax
noun
a kind of laurel

mustecula
mustēcula
noun
a small weasel

mustela
mustēla
noun
A weasel

mustelatus
mustēlātus
adjective
weasel-colored

mustelinus
mustēlīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a weasel

mustella
mustella
noun
A weasel

mustellago
mustellāgō
noun
a plant

mustellatus
mustellātus
adjective
weasel-colored

mustellinus
mustellīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a weasel

musteus
musteus
adjective
of or belonging to new wine or must

musticus
musticus
cross-reference

mustricola
mustricola
noun
a shoemaker's last

mustricula
mustricula
noun
a shoemaker's last

mustulentus
mustulentus
adjective
abounding in new wine or must

mustum
mustum
noun
new or unfermented wine

mustum
mustum
noun

mustum
mustum
noun
vintages

mustuosus
mustuōsus
adjective
full of new wine

mustus
mustus
adjective
young

Musulamii
Musulamiī
noun
a people of Numidia

Musulamius
Musulāmius
noun
a powerful African tribe

Musulamus
Musulāmus
noun
a powerful African tribe

Musulanus
Musulānus
noun
a people of Numidia

Muta
Mūta
noun
a goddess

mutabilis
mūtābilis
adjective
changeable

mutabilitas
mūtābilitās
noun
changeabieness

mutabiliter
mūtābiliter
adverb
changeably

mutatio
mūtātiō
noun
A changing

mutator
mūtātor
noun
a changer

mutatorium
mūtātōrium
noun
A cape

mutatorius
mūtātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to changing or exchanging

mutatura
mūtātūra
noun
the exchange of money

mutatus
mūtātus
noun
a change

mutatus
mūtātus
adjective
P. a.

Mutcianus
Mutciānus
adjective

Mutcianus
Mutciānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Mucius

mutesco
mūtescō
verb
to grow dumb

Mutgo
Mutgō
noun
a king of Tyre

Muthul
Muthul
cross-reference
a river in Numidia

muticus
muticus
adjective
curtailed

Mutila
Mūtila
noun
a city in Istria

mutilago
mutilāgō
noun
a plant

mutilatio
mutilātiō
noun
a maiming

mutilitas
mutilitās
noun
imperfection

mutilo
mutilō
verb
to cut or lop off

Mutilum
Mutilum
noun
a city in

mutilus
mutilus
adjective
maimed

Mutina
Mutina
noun
a city in Cisalpine Gaul

Mutinensis
Mutinensis
adjective
of or belonging to Mutina

Mutinus
Mūtīnus
noun
an appellation of

Mutinus
Mutīnus
noun
the inhabitants of the city of Mute

mutio
mūtiō
verb
to mutter

mutitas
mūtitās
noun
dumbness

mutitatio
mūtitātiō
noun
a mutual inviting or invitation

mutitio
mūtītiō
noun
a muttering

mutito
mūtitō
verb
to interchange

mutitus
mūtītus
adjective

Mutius
Mutius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens. The most celebrated are

Mutius
Mutius
cross-reference

Muto
Mūtō
cross-reference
a Roman surname

muto
mūtō
noun

muto
mūtō
verb
to move

mutoniatus
mūtōniātus
adjective

mutonium
mūtōnium
noun

muttio
muttiō
verb
to mutter

muttio
muttiō
verb

muttitio
muttītio
verb

muttitio
muttītiō
noun
a muttering

muttum
muttum
noun
a mutter

mutuarius
mūtuārius
adjective
mutual

mutuaticius
mūtuātīcius
adjective
borrowed

mutuatio
mūtuātiō
noun
a borrowing

mutuatius
mūtuātius
adjective
borrowed

mutuatus
mūtuātus
adjective

mutuatus
mūtuātus
adjective

Mutucumensis
Mutucumensis
noun
the inhabitants of a city in Latium

mutue
mūtuē
adverb
mutually

mutuiter
mūtuiter
adverb
mutually

mutuitor
mūtuitor
verb
to seek to borrow

mutuitor
mūtuitor
verb
to seek to borrow

mutulus
mūtulus
noun
mutule

mutum
mūtum
noun
a dumb creature

Mutunus
Mūtūnus
noun
an appellation of

mutuo
mūtuō
verb
to borrow

mutuo
mūtuō
verb

mutuor
mūtuor
verb
to borrow

mutuo
mūtuō
adverb
in return

mutus
mūtus
noun
a dumb person

mutus
mūtus
adjective
dumb

Mutusca
Mutusca
noun
a city in the Sabine territory

mutuum
mūtuum
noun
a loan

mutuus
mūtuus
adjective
borrowed

Mutyca
Mutyca
noun
a city in Sicily

Mutyce
Mutycē
noun
a city in Sicily

Mutycensis
Mutycensis
adjective
of or belonging to Mutyce

Mutycensis
Mutycensis
noun
the inhabitants of Mutyca

mya
mya
noun
a kind of mussel

myacanthon
myacanthon
noun
a plant

myacanthos
myacanthos
noun
a plant

myacis
myacis
noun
a kind of sea-mussels

myagros
myagros
noun
a plant

myax
myax
noun
a kind of mussel

Mycalaeus
Mycalaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Mycale

Mycale
Mycalē
noun
A promontory and city in Ionia

Mycalensis
Mycalensis
adjective
of or belonging to Mycale

Mycalesius
Mycalēsius
adjective
adj.

Mycalesos
Mycalēsos
noun
a mountain and city in Baeotia

Mycalessos
Mycalessos
noun
a mountain and city in Baeotia

mycematias
mycēmatiās
noun
an earthquake accompanied by a rumbling noise

Mycena
Mycēna
noun
a celebrated city in Argolis

Mycena
Mycēna
noun
a celebrated city in Argolis

Mycenaeus
Mycēnaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Mycenae

Mycene
Mycēnē
noun
a celebrated city in Argolis

Mycenensis
Mycēnensis
noun
the inhabitants of Mycenae

Mycenensis
Mycēnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Mycenae

Mycenica
Mycenica
noun
a place near Argos

Mycenis
Mycēnis
noun
the Mycenaean

Mycenis
Mycēnis
noun

mycetias
mȳcētiās
noun
an earthquake attended with a rumbling noise

Mycon
Mycon
cross-reference

Myconius
Myconius
adjective
of or belonging to Myconos

Myconius
Myconius
noun
the inhabitants of Myconos

Myconos
Myconos
noun
one of the Cyctades

Myconus
Myconus
noun
one of the Cyctades

mydriasis
mydriasis
noun
a preternatural dilatation of the pupil

mygale
mygalē
noun
a small species of mouse

Mygdonia
Mygdonia
noun
A district in Macedonia

Mygdonides
Mygdonidēs
noun
the son of Mygdon

Mygdonis
Mygdonis
noun
a people of Thrace

Mygdonis
Mygdonis
noun
a Mygdonian

Mygdonius
Mygdonius
adjective
Mygdonian

Myiagros
Myiagros
noun
the fly-catcher

Myiagrus
Myiagrus
noun
the fly-catcher

Myiodes
Myiōdes
noun

myisca
myisca
noun
small sca-mussels

myiscus
myiscus
noun
a small sea-mussel

Myla
Myla
noun
a river in Sicily

Myla
Mȳla
noun
A city in Sicily

Mylaeus
Mȳlaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Mylae

Mylas
Mylās
noun
a river in Sicily

mylasea
mylasea
noun
a kind of hemp

Mylasensis
Mȳlasensis
adjective
of or belonging to Mylasa

Mylasensis
Mȳlasensis
noun
the inhabitants of Mylasa

Mylasenus
Mȳlasēnus
noun
the inhabitants of Mylasa

Mylasenus
Mȳlasēnus
adjective
of or belonging to Mylasa

Mylaseus
Mylaseus
noun
an inhabitant of Mylasa

Mylaseus
Mȳlaseus
adjective
of or belonging to Mylasa

mylasia
mylasia
noun
a kind of hemp

Mylassensis
Mylassensis
adjective
of or belonging to Mylasa

Mylassum
Mylassum
noun
a city in Caria

Mylasum
Mȳlasum
noun
a city in Caria

Myle
Mȳlē
noun
A city in Sicily

myloecos
myloecos
noun
a kind of moth

myloecus
myloecus
noun
a kind of moth

Myndius
Myndius
noun
the inhabitants of Myndus

Myndos
Myndos
noun
a city in Caria

Myndus
Myndus
noun
a city in Caria

myobarbum
myobarbum
noun
a rather long drinking-vessel terminating in a point

myoctonos
myoctonos
noun
a kind of

Myonnesos
Myonnēsos
noun
[Masc.] a promontory in Ionia

Myonnesus
Myonnēsus
noun
[Masc.] a promontory in Ionia

myoparo
myoparō
noun
a kind of light piratical vessel

myophon
myophon
noun
a plant

myophonos
myophonos
noun
a plant

myops
myops
adjective
near-sighted

myosota
myosōta
noun
mouse-ear

myosotis
myosōtis
noun
mouse-ear

myosoton
myosōton
noun
the plant

myotacismus
myotacismus
cross-reference
the frequent repetition or recurrence of the letter m

myrapia
myrapia
noun
a kind of sweet-smelling pear

myrica
myrīca
noun
the tamarisk

Myrice
Myrīcē
noun
a nymph

myrice
myrīcē
noun
the tamarisk

Myrina
Myrīna
noun
A fortified seaport town of the Aeolians

Myrinus
Myrīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Myrina

myriogenesis
mȳriogenesis
noun
multiple generation

myrionymus
mȳriōnymus
adjective
with countless names

myriophyllon
mȳriophyllon
noun
the plant milfoil

Myriza
Myriza
cross-reference

Myrmeces Scopuli
Myrmēces Scopulī
expression
rocks in the sea

myrmecias
myrmēciās
noun
a black precious stone

Myrmecides
Myrmēcidēs
noun
a celebrated sculptor

myrmecion
myrmēcion
noun
A kind of wart

myrmecitis
myrmēcītis
noun
a precious stone

myrmecium
myrmēcium
noun
A kind of wart

Myrmidone
Myrmidonē
noun
one of the fifty daughters of Danaus

Myrmidonis
Myrmidonis
noun
the Myrmidons

myrmillo
myrmillō
noun
a kind of gladiator that used to fight with a Thracian

myrmillo
myrmillō
noun

myrmillonica scuta
myrmillōnica scūta
expression

myrmirmillonicus
myrmirmillōnicus
adjective
of or belonging to a

Myro
Myrō
noun

Myro
Myrō
noun
a celebrated sculptor of Eleutherae in Attica

myrobalanum
myrobalanum
noun
the fruit of a palm-tree from which a balsam was made

myrobrecharius
myrobrechārius
cross-reference

Myron
Myron
noun
a celebrated sculptor of Eleutherae in Attica

myron
myron
noun
an ointment

myropola
myropōla
noun
a dealer in ointments

myropolium
myropōlium
noun
a shop where ointments

myrothecium
myrothēcium
noun
an ointment-box

myrrha
myrrha
noun
A stone of which costly vessels

myrrha
myrrha
noun
the myrrh-tree

myrrha
myrrha
cross-reference

myrrhapia
myrrhapia
noun
a kind of sweet-smelling pear

myrrhatus
myrrhātus
adjective
Spiced or mingled with myrrh

myrrheus
myrrheus
adjective
of or belonging to the stone murra

myrrheus
myrrheus
adjective
of or belonging to myrrh

myrrhinus
myrrhinus
cross-reference

myrrhinus
myrrhinus
adjective
of or belonging to myrrh

myrrhinus
myrrhinus
adjective
of or belonging to the stone murra

myrrhis
myrrhis
noun

myrrhis
myrrhis
cross-reference

myrrhites
myrrhītēs
noun
a precious stone of the color of myrrh

myrrhiza
myrrhiza
noun

myrrinum
myrrinum
noun
vessels of murra

Myrsilus
Myrsīlus
noun
A king of Lydia

myrsineum
myrsineum
noun
a plant

myrsinites
myrsīnītēs
noun
A precious stone that smells like myrrh

myrta
myrta
noun

myrta
myrta
noun

myrtaceus
myrtāceus
adjective
of myrtle

Myrtale
Myrtalē
noun
a freed-woman

myrtatus
myrtātus
adjective
seasoned with myrtle or myrtleberries

Myrtea
Myrtea
noun
An epithet of Venus

Myrtea
Myrtea
noun
the goddess to whom the myrtle is sacred

Myrtea
Myrtea
cross-reference

myrteolus
myrteolus
adjective
adj. dim

myrteta
myrtēta
noun

myrteta
myrtēta
noun
a place full of myrtles

myrtetum
myrtētum
noun
a place full of myrtles

myrteum
myrteum
noun
myrtle-oil

myrteus
myrteus
adjective
of or belonging to myrtles

myrtidanum
myrtidanum
noun
a wine made of wild myrtle-berries

Myrtilus
Myrtilus
noun
A son of Mercury

myrtinus
myrtinus
adjective
of or belonging to myrtles

myrtiolus
myrtiolus
cross-reference

myrtiolus
myrtiolus
adjective
adj. dim

myrtis
myrtis
noun
a kind of geranium

myrtites
myrtītēs
noun
Myrtle-wine

myrtopetalon
myrtopetalon
noun
myrtle-leaf

Myrtous
Myrtōus
adjective
Myrtoan

myrtum
myrtum
noun
the fruit of the myrtle

myrtuosus
myrtuōsus
adjective

myrtus
myrtus
noun
a myrtle

myrum
myrum
noun
an ointment

myrus
mȳrus
noun

Mys
Mȳs
noun
a famous artist in embossed work

mys
mys
noun
a sea-mussel

Myscelos
Myscelos
noun
the founder of the city of Croton

Myscelus
Myscelus
noun
the founder of the city of Croton

Mysia
Mȳsia
noun
a country of Asia Minor

Mysicus
Mȳsicus
adjective
Mysian

Mysius
Mȳsius
adjective
of or belonging to Mysia

mysta
mysta
noun
a priest of the secret rites of divine worship

mystagogicon
mystagōgicon
noun
a treatise on initiation into the mysteries

mystagogus
mystagōgus
noun
one who conducts a person through secret and sacred places as a guide

mysterialiter
mystēriāliter
adverb
mysteriously

mysteriarches
mystēriarchēs
noun
the presider over secret sacred rites

mysterium
mystērium
noun
a secret service

mystes
mystēs
noun

mystes
mystēs
noun
a priest of the secret rites of divine worship

mystice
mysticē
adverb
mystically

mysticum
mysticum
noun
things pertaining to secret rites

mysticus
mysticus
adjective
of or belonging to secret rites or mysteries

mystrum
mystrum
noun
the fourth part of a

mystus
mystus
adverb

Mysus
Mȳsus
adjective
of or belonging to Mysia

Mysus
Mȳsus
adjective

mytacismus
mytacismus
cross-reference

mythicus
mȳthicus
noun
a writer of fables or myths

mythicus
mȳthicus
adjective
of or belonging to fables or myths

mythistoria
mȳthistoria
noun
a fabulous narrative

mythistoricus
mȳthistoricus
adjective
fabulous

mythologia
mȳthologia
noun
mythology

mythologicum
mȳthologicum
noun
mythological matters

mythologicus
mȳthologicus
adjective
of or belonging to mythology

mythos
mȳthos
noun
a fable

Mytilena
Mytilēna
noun
the capital of Lesbos

Mytilenaeus
Mytilēnaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Mytilene

Mytilenaeus
Mytilēnaeus
noun
the inhabitants of Mytilene

Mytilene
Mytilēnē
noun
the capital of Lesbos

Mytilenensis
Mytilēnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Mytilene

mytilus
mȳtilus
cross-reference

mytilus
mȳtilus
noun
a kind of mussel

mytulus
mȳtulus
noun
a kind of mussel

mytulus
mȳtulus
cross-reference

Myus
Myūs
noun
a city in Caria

myxa
myxa
noun
A kind of plum-tree

myxo
myxō
noun
a fish

myxon
myxōn
noun
a fish

myxos
myxos
cross-reference

myxum
myxum
noun
the fruit of the

myxus
myxus
cross-reference

 
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