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nablium
nablium
noun
a harp

nactus
nactus
participle
p. of nanciscor

naenia
naenia
noun
a funeral song

naevus
naevus
noun
a birth-mark

Nais
Nāis
noun
a water-nymph

nam
nam
conjunction
for

namque
namque
conjunction
for

nanciscor
nancīscor
verb
to get

nans
nāns
participle
p. of 1 no

nanus
nānus
noun
a dwarf

Napaea
Napaea
noun
the dell-nymphs

narcissus
narcissus
noun
the narcissus

nardum
nardum
noun
nard

nardus
nardus
noun
an Indian plant yielding nard-oil

naris
nāris
noun
a nostril

narrabilis
nārrābilis
adjective
that may be related

narratio
nārrātiō
noun
a relating

narrator
nārrātor
noun
a relater

narratum
nārrātum
noun
that which has been told

narratus
nārrātus
participle
p. of narro

narratus
nārrātus
noun
a narration

narro
nārrō
verb
to make known

narthecium
narthēcium
noun
an ointmentbox

narus
nārus
adjective
knowing

nascens
nāscēns
adjective
arising

nascor
nāscor
verb
to be born

nassa
nassa
noun
a weel

nasturcium
nāsturcium
noun
a kind of cress

nasturciurtium
nāsturciurtium
noun
a kind of cress

nasus
nāsus
noun
the nose

nasutus
nāsūtus
adjective
with a large nose

nata
nāta
noun
a daughter

natalicius
nātālīcius
adjective
of the hour of birth

natalis
nātālis
adjective
of birth

natans
natāns
noun
a swimmer

natatio
natātiō
noun
a swimming

natator
natātor
noun
a swimmer

nates
natēs
cross-reference

natio
nātiō
noun
a birth

natis
natis
noun
the rump

nativus
nātīvus
adjective
that has arisen by birth

nato
natō
verb
to swim

natrix
nātrīx
noun
a water-snake

natura
nātūra
noun
birth

naturalis
nātūrālis
adjective
natural

naturaliter
nātūrāliter
adverb
naturally

natus
nātus
adjective
born

natus
nātus
noun
birth

nauarchus
nauarchus
noun
a ship-master

naucum
naucum
noun
a nutshell

naufragium
naufragium
noun
a shipwreck

naufragus
naufragus
adjective
that suffers shipwreck

naulon
naulon
noun
boat-fare

naulum
naulum
noun
boat-fare

nausea
nausea
noun
sea-sickness

nauseo
nauseō
verb
to be sea-sick

nauseola
nauseola
noun
squeamishness

nausia
nausia
noun
sea-sickness

nauta
nauta
noun
a sailor

nauticus
nauticus
adjective
of ships

navalis
nāvālis
adjective
of ships

navarchus
nāvarchus
cross-reference

nave
nāvē
adverb
diligently

navicula
nāvicula
noun
a small vessel

navicularius
nāviculārius
adjective
[properly] of a small vessel

navifragus
nāvifragus
adjective
causing shipwrecks

navigabilis
nāvigābilis
adjective
navigable

navigatio
nāvigātiō
noun
a sailing

navigium
nāvigium
noun
a vessel

navigo
nāvigō
verb
to sail

navis
nāvis
noun
a ship

navita
nāvita
noun
a sailor

navitas
nāvitās
noun
promptness

naviter
nāviter
adverb
diligently

navo
nāvō
verb
to do zealously

navus
nāvus
adjective
busy

naxa
naxa
noun
a weel

naxa
naxa
noun
see nassa

ne
adverb
no

ne
conjunction
so that not

ne
interjection
truly

nebula
nebula
noun
mist

nebulo
nebulō
noun
a paltry fellow

nebulosus
nebulōsus
adjective
full of vapor

nec
nec
adverb
and not

necdum
necdum
conjunction
and not yet

necessarie
necessāriē
adverb
unavoidably

necessario
necessāriō
adverb
unavoidably

necessarius
necessārius
adjective
unavoidable

necesse
necesse
adjective
unavoidable

necessitas
necessitās
noun
unavoidableness

necessitudo
necessitūdō
noun
necessity

necessus
necessus
noun
a necessity

necessus
necessus
adjective
necessary

necne
necne
adverb
or not

necnon
necnōn
cross-reference

neco
necō
verb
to kill

nec opinans
nec opīnāns
adjective
not expecting

necopinans
necopīnāns
adjective
not expecting

necopinato
necopīnātō
adverb
unexpectedly

nec opinatus
nec opīnātus
adjective
unexpected

necopinatus
necopīnātus
adjective
unexpected

nec opinus
nec opīnus
adjective
unexpected

necopinus
necopīnus
adjective
unexpected

nectar
nectar
noun
nectar

nectareus
nectareus
adjective
of nectar

nectarius
nectarius
adjective
of nectar

necto
nectō
verb
to bind

necubi
nēcubi
adverb
that nowhere

necunde
nēcunde
adverb
that from no place

nedum
nēdum
conjunction
by no means

nefandus
nefandus
adjective
unmentionable

nefarie
nefāriē
adverb
impiously

nefarius
nefārius
adjective
impious

nefas
nefās
noun
something contrary to divine law

nefastus
nefāstus
adjective
contrary to religion

negans
negāns
participle
p. of nego

negantia
negantia
noun
a denying

negatio
negātiō
noun
a denial

negatum
negātum
noun
a forbidden thing

negito
negitō
verb
to deny steadfastly

neglectio
neglēctiō
noun
a neglecting

neglectus
neglēctus
adjective
neglected

neglectus
neglēctus
noun
a neglecting

neglegens
neglegēns
adjective
heedless

neglegenter
neglegenter
adverb
heedlessly

neglegentia
neglegentia
noun
carelessness

neglego
neglegō
verb
to disregard

negliglegenter
negliglegenter
adverb
heedlessly

nego
negō
verb
to say no

negotialis
negōtiālis
adjective
of business

negotians
negōtiāns
noun
a wholesale dealer

negotiatio
negōtiātiō
noun
a wholesale business

negotiator
negōtiātor
noun
a wholesale dealer

negotior
negōtior
verb
to carry on business

negotiolum
negōtiolum
noun
a little business

negotiosus
negōtiōsus
adjective
full of business

negotium
negōtium
noun
a business

nemo
nēmō
noun
no man

nemo
nēmo
noun
no man

nemoralis
nemorālis
adjective
of a grove

nemorensis
nemorēnsis
adjective
of the grove of Diana

nemoricultrix
nemoricultrīx
noun
forest-haunting

nemorivagus
nemorivagus
adjective
wandering in the woods

nemorosus
nemorōsus
adjective
full of woods

nempe
nempe
conjunction
in an assertion offered as indisputable

nemus
nemus
noun
a tract of woodland

nenia
nēnia
noun
a funeral song

neo
neō
verb
to spin

nepa
nepa
noun
a scorpion

nepos
nepōs
noun
a grandson

neptis
neptis
noun
a granddaughter

Neptunius
Neptūnius
adjective
of Neptune

Neptunus
Neptūnus
noun
neptune

nequam
nēquam
adjective
worthless

nequaquam
nēquāquam
adverb
by no means

neque
neque
adverb
and not

nequedum
nequedum
conjunction
and not yet

nequeo
nequeō
verb
not to be able

nequicquam
nēquicquam
cross-reference

nequicquam
nēquicquam
adverb
in vain

nequidquam
nēquidquam
cross-reference

nequidquam
nēquidquam
adverb
in vain

nequior
nēquior
adjective
more worthless

nequiquam
nēquīquam
adverb
in vain

ne quis
nē quis
pronoun

nequissimus
nēquissimus
adjective
most worthless

nequiter
nēquiter
adverb
worthlessly

nequitia
nēquitia
noun
bad quality

nequities
nēquitiēs
noun
bad quality

Nerthus
Nerthus
noun
mother Earth (a goddess of the Germans)

nervose
nervōsē
adverb
strongly

nervosus
nervōsus
adjective
sinewy

nervulus
nervulus
noun
[only plur] nerve

nervus
nervus
noun
a sinew

nesciens
nēsciēns
adjective
ignorant

ne sciens
nē sciēns
adjective
ignorant

nescio
nēsciō
verb
not to know

nescius
nēscius
adjective
unknowing

Nestor
Nestor
noun
a mythical king of Pylus

neu
neu
adverb
and not

neu
neu
cross-reference

neuter
neuter
adjective
neither

ne utiquam
ne utiquam
adverb
by no means

neutiquam
neutiquam
adverb
by no means

neutro
neutrō
adverb
to neither side

neve
nēve
adverb
and not

nex
nex
noun
death

nexilis
nexilis
adjective
tied up

nexo
nexō
verb
to twine

nexum
nexum
noun
a bond secured upon the personal liberty of the debtor

nexus
nexus
adjective
imprisoned

nexus
nexus
noun
a binding together

ni
adverb
not

ni
conjunction
not

niceterium
nīcētērium
noun
a prize of victory

nidor
nīdor
noun
a vapor

nidulus
nīdulus
noun
a little nest

nidus
nīdus
noun
a nest

niger
niger
adjective
black

nigrans
nigrāns
adjective
black

nigresco
nigrēscō
verb
to become black

nigror
nigror
noun
blackness

nihil
nihil
noun
nothing

nihildum
nihildum
noun
nothing as yet

nihilominus
nihilōminus
adverb
none the less

nihilum
nihilum
noun
nothing

nil
nīl
noun
nothing

Niliacus
Nīliacus
adjective
of the Nile

Niligena
Nīligena
noun
born on the Nile

nilominus
nīlōminus
adverb
none the less

nilum
nīlum
noun
nothing

nilum
nīlum
noun
not a shred

Nilus
Nīlus
noun
the Nile

nimbifer
nimbifer
adjective
storm-bringing

nimbosus
nimbōsus
adjective
stormy

nimbus
nimbus
noun
a rain-storm

nimio
nimiō
adverb
by far

nimirum
nīmīrum
adverb
without doubt

nimis
nimis
adverb
beyond measure

nimium
nimium
adverb
too much

nimius
nimius
adjective
beyond measure

ningit
ningit
cross-reference
it snows

ninguit
ninguit
cross-reference
it snows

nisi
nisi
conjunction
if not

nisus
nīsus
noun
a pressing upon

nisus
nīsus
participle
p. of nitor

nitedula
nītēdula
noun
a small mouse

nitens
nītēns
participle
p. of nitor

nitens
nitēns
adjective
shining

niteo
niteō
verb
to shine

nitesco
nitēscō
verb
to begin to shine

nitidus
nitidus
adjective
shining

nitor
nītor
verb
to bear upon

nitor
nitor
noun
brightness

nitrum
nitrum
noun
native soda

nivalis
nivālis
adjective
of snow

niveus
niveus
adjective
of snow

nivosus
nivōsus
adjective
full of snow

nix
nix
noun
snow

nixor
nīxor
verb
to lean upon

nixus
nīxus
noun
pains

Nixus
Nīxus
noun
three guardian deities of women in labor

no
verb
to swim

nobilis
nōbilis
adjective
that is known

nobilitas
nōbilitās
noun
celebrity

nobilito
nōbilitō
verb
to make known

nobis
nōbīs
cross-reference

nobiscum
nōbīscum
cross-reference

nocens
nocēns
adjective
hurtful

noceo
noceō
verb
to do harm

nocivus
nocīvus
adjective
hurtful

noctifer
noctifer
noun
the eveningstar

noctiluca
noctilūca
noun
that shines by night

noctiluga
noctilūga
noun
that shines by night

noctivagus
noctivagus
adjective
night-wandering

noctu
noctū
adverb
in the night

noctua
noctua
noun
a night-owl

noctuabundus
noctuābundus
adjective
in the night-time

nocturnus
nocturnus
adjective
of night

nocuus
nocuus
adjective
hurtful

nodo
nōdō
verb
to furnish with knots

nodosus
nōdōsus
adjective
full of knots

nodus
nōdus
noun
a knot

noenum
noenum
adverb
not

nolo
nōlō
verb
to not want

Nomas
Nomās
noun
[properly] a herdsman

nomen
nōmen
noun
a means of knowing

nomenclator
nōmenclātor
noun
one who calls by name

nominatim
nōminātim
adverb
by name

nominatio
nōmīnātiō
noun
a naming

nominatus
nōminātus
adjective
famed

nomino
nōminō
verb
to call by name

nomisma
nomisma
noun
a piece of money

non
nōn
adverb
not

nona
nōna
noun
see nonus

Nona
Nōna
noun
the Nones

Nonacrinus
Nōnacrīnus
adjective
of Nonacris (a mountain of Arcadia)

Nonacrius
Nōnacrius
adjective
of Nonacris (a mountain of Arcadia)

nonagesimus
nōnāgēsimus
adjective
the ninetieth

nonagiens
nōnāgiēns
adverb
ninety times

nonagies
nōnāgiēs
adverb
ninety times

nonaginta
nōnāgintā
adjective
[num] ninety

nonanus
nōnānus
adjective
of the ninth legion

nondum
nōndum
adverb
not yet

nongenti
nōngentī
adjective
num

nonne
nōnne
adverb
[in a direct question expecting an affirmative answer] not?

non nemo
nōn nēmō
cross-reference

nonnihil
nōnnihil
noun
certain amount

non nihil
nōn nihil
cross-reference

nonnullus
nōnnūllus
adjective
some

non numquam
nōn numquam
adverb
sometimes

nonnumquam
nōnnumquam
adverb
sometimes

nonus
nōnus
adjective
the ninth

nonusdecimus
nōnusdecimus
adjective
the nineteenth

norma
nōrma
noun
a measure

Nortia
Nōrtia
noun
for * Ne-vortia

nos
nōs
cross-reference

noscito
nōscitō
verb
to know recognize

nosco
nōscō
verb
to get knowledge of

nosmet
nōsmet
cross-reference

noster
noster
pronoun
our

nostras
nostrās
adjective
of our country

nostri
nostrī
cross-reference
gen. sing. and nom. plur. of noster

nostri
nostrī
cross-reference
gen. plur. of ego

nota
nota
noun
a means of recognition

notabilis
notābilis
adjective
noteworthy

notabiliter
notābiliter
adverb
remarkably

notatio
notātiō
noun
a marking

notatus
notātus
adjective
marked

notesco
notēscō
verb
to become known

nothus
nothus
adjective
illegitimate

notio
nōtiō
noun
a becoming acquainted

notitia
nōtitia
noun
a being known

noto
notō
verb
to mark

Notos
Notos
noun
the south wind

notus
nōtus
adjective
known

Notus
Notus
noun
the south wind

novacula
novācula
noun
a sharp knife

novalis
novālis
adjective
ploughed anew

novatrix
novātrīx
noun
she who renews

novellus
novellus
adjective
young

novem
novem
adjective
nine

November
November
adjective
of nine

novendialis
novendiālis
adjective
of nine days

noveni
novēnī
adjective
nine each

Novensiles
Novēnsilēs
noun
newly settled

noverca
noverca
noun
a step-mother

novercalis
novercālis
adjective
of a step-mother

novicius
novīcius
adjective
new in kind

noviens
noviēns
adjective
nine times

novies
noviēs
adjective
nine times

novissime
novissimē
adverb
very recently

novitas
novitās
noun
newness

novo
novō
verb
to make new

novus
novus
adjective
new

nox
nox
noun
night

noxa
noxa
noun
hurt

noxia
noxia
noun
hurt

noxius
noxius
adjective
hurtful

nubecula
nūbēcula
noun
a little cloud

nubes
nūbēs
noun
a cloud

nubifer
nūbifer
adjective
cloudbearing

nubigena
nūbigena
cross-reference
cloud-born

nubilis
nūbilis
adjective
marriageable

nubilum
nūbilum
noun
clouds

nubilus
nūbilus
adjective
cloudy

nubo
nūbō
verb
to veil oneself

nudatus
nūdātus
participle
p. of nudo

nudius
nūdius
adverb
only in phrases of time with an ordinal number

nudo
nūdō
verb
to make naked

nudus
nūdus
adjective
naked

nuga
nūga
noun
jests

nugator
nūgātor
noun
a jester

nugatorius
nūgātōrius
adjective
trifling

nugor
nūgor
verb
to jest

nullus
nūllus
adjective
not any

num
num
adverb
[Introducing a direct question; usually expecting a negative answer; often only rendered by the interrogative form of the sentence]

numarius
nūmārius
cross-reference

numatus
nūmātus
cross-reference

numcubi
numcubi
adverb
a strengthened num [old]

numen
nūmen
noun
a nod

numerabilis
numerābilis
adjective
that can be counted

numeratus
numerātus
adjective
counted out

numero
numerō
verb
to count

numerose
numerōsē
adverb
rhythmically

numerosus
numerōsus
adjective
in full number

numerus
numerus
noun
a number

Numida
Numida
noun
a nomad

numisma
numisma
noun
a piece of money

nummarius
nummārius
adjective
of money

nummatus
nummātus
adjective
moneyed

nummulus
nummulus
noun
a bit of money

nummus
nummus
noun
a piece of money

numnam
numnam
adjective

numne
numne
adjective

numquam
numquam
adverb
at no time

num quando
num quandō
cross-reference

numqui
numquī
adverb
in any way? at all?

numquid
numquid
pronoun

numquid
numquid
adverb
[in a direct question a strengthened num]

numquis
numquis
pronoun

numulus
nūmulus
noun
a bit of money

numus
nūmus
noun
a piece of money

nunc
nunc
adverb
[of present time] now

nuncia
nūncia
noun
a female messenger

nunciam
nunciam
adverb
at once

nuncin
nuncin
cross-reference
see nunc

nuncio
nūnciō
cross-reference

nuncius
nūncius
cross-reference

nuncubi
nuncubi
adverb
see numcubi

nuncupatio
nūncupātiō
noun
a public pronunciation

nuncupo
nūncupō
verb
to call by name

nundina
nūndina
noun
the ninth day

nundinatio
nūndinātiō
noun
a trading

nundinor
nūndinor
verb
to hold market

nundinum
nūndinum
noun
the markettime

nunquam
nunquam
cross-reference

nunquam
nunquam
adverb
at no time

nunquis
nunquis
cross-reference

nuntia
nūntia
noun
a female messenger

nuntiatio
nūntiātiō
noun
a declaration

nuntio
nūntiō
verb
to announce

nuntius
nūntius
adjective
that announces

nuper
nūper
adverb
newly

nupta
nūpta
noun
a bride

nuptia
nūptia
noun
a marriage

nuptialis
nūptiālis
adjective
of a marriage

nuptus
nūptus
participle
p. of nubo

nurus
nurus
noun
a daughter-in-law

nusquam
nusquam
adverb
nowhere

nuto
nūtō
verb
to nod

nutricius
nūtrīcius
noun
a bringer-up

nutricor
nūtrīcor
verb
to nourish

nutricula
nūtrīcula
noun
a nurse

nutrimen
nūtrīmen
noun
nourishment

nutrimentum
nūtrīmentum
noun
nourishment

nutrio
nūtriō
verb
to suckle

nutrior
nūtrior
verb
to cherish

nutrix
nūtrīx
noun
a wet-nurse

nutus
nūtus
noun
a nodding

nux
nux
noun
a nut

Nyctelius
Nyctelius
noun
a surname of Bacchus

nympha
nympha
noun
a bride

nymphe
nymphē
noun
a bride

 
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