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N
N
adverb
n

n
n
noun
mountainous regions

n
n
adverb
n

Nabataea
Nabataea
noun
a country in Arabia Petraea

Nabataeus
Nabataeus
noun
the Nabathaeans

Nabathaea
Nabathaea
noun
a country in Arabia Petraea

Nabathaeus
Nabathaeus
noun
the Nabathaeans

Nabathaeus
Nabathaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Nabathaea

Nabathes
Nabathēs
noun
a Nabathaean

Nabdalsa
Nabdalsa
noun
a distinguished Numidian

nabis
nabis
noun
a camelopard

Nabis
Nabis
noun
a king of Sparta

nablio
nabliō
noun
one who plays the

nablium
nablium
noun

nablium
nablium
noun
a musical instrument of ten or twelve strings

nablizo
nablizō
verb
to play the

nablum
nablum
noun
a musical instrument of ten or twelve strings

nabun
nabun
cross-reference

nabun
nabun
noun
a camelopard

nacca
nacca
noun
a fuller

naccinus
naccīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a fuller

Nacolea
Nacolēa
noun
a city in Great Phrygia

Nacolia
Nacolia
noun
a city in Great Phrygia

Nacolia
Nacolīa
noun
a city in Great Phrygia

nacta
nacta
noun
a fuller

nacta
nacta
noun

nactinus
nactīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a fuller

nactus
nactus
adjective

nae
nae
interjection
truly

nae
naē
adverb
verily

naegeum
naegēum
noun
a garment trimmed with purple

naenia
naenia
noun
a funeral song

naenia
naenia
noun

Naevianus
Naeviānus
adjective
adj.

Naevianus
Naeviānus
cross-reference

Naevia porta
Naevia porta
expression

Naevius
Naevius
adjective
of or belonging to a Naevius

naevius
naevius
adjective
that has a mole

Naevius
Naevius
adjective
name of a Roman gens. The most celebrated member of it is Cn. Naevius

naevulus
naevulus
noun
a little mole

naevus
naevus
noun
a mole or wart

Nahanarvalus
Nahanarvālus
noun
a Germanic people

Naharvalus
Naharvalus
noun
a Germanic people

Naias
Nāias
noun
a water-nymph

Naicus
Nāicus
adjective
of the Naids

Naicus
Nāicus
noun
a Roman surname

Nais
Nāis
noun
a water-nymph

nam
nam
conjunction
for

nama
nāma
noun
a fluid

Namnetis
Namnētis
noun
a people in Celtic Gaul

Namnis
Namnis
cross-reference
the capital of the Namnetes

namque
namque
conjunction
cong

nana
nāna
noun

Nana
Nana
noun
a nymph

nana
nāna
noun
a female dwarf

nancior
nancior
verb
to get

nancior
nancior
verb
to get

nanciscor
nanciscor
verb
to get

nancitor
nancītor
cross-reference

nanctus
nanctus
adverb
it

Nanis
Nanis
noun
a Roman surname

Nannetes
Nannētes
noun

nanque
nanquē
adverb

nanque
nanque
conjunction
cong

nans
nans
adjective
P. a.

nans
nans
noun
swimming fowls

nans
nans
adjective

Nantuatis
Nantuātis
noun
a people in

nanus
nānus
noun
a dwarf

naofylax
naofylax
noun
one who kept watch over the luggage on shipboard

Napaea
Napaea
noun
the dell-nymphs

napaeus
napaeus
adjective
of or belonging to a wooded vale or dell

Nape
Napē
noun
the name of a dog

naphtha
naphtha
noun
naphtha

napina
nāpīna
noun
a turnip-field

napthas
napthās
noun
naphtha

napura
napura
noun
straw ropes

napus
nāpus
noun
a kind of turnip

napy
nāpy
noun
mustard

Nar
Nār
noun
a river of Italy

Nar
Nar
noun
a river of Illyria

Narbo
Narbō
noun
a city in Gaul

Narbona
Narbōna
noun
a city in Gaul

Narbonensis
Narbōnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Narbo

Narbonicus
Narbōnicus
adjective
of or belonging to Narbo or to Narbonian Gaul

narce
narcē
noun
a numbness

narcissinus
narcissinus
adjective
of or from the narcissus

narcissitis
narcissītis
noun
a precious stone

Narcissus
Narcissus
noun
Narcissus

narcissus
narcissus
noun
the narcissus

nardifer
nardifer
adjective
nard-bearing

nardinum
nardinum
noun
wine flavored with nard

nardinus
nardinus
adjective
Of or made of nard

nardostachyon
nardostachyon
noun
spikenard

nardostatius
nardostatius
noun
spikenard

nardum
nardum
noun
nard

nardus
nardus
noun
nard

narinosus
nārinōsus
adjective
broadnosed

nariputens
nāriputens
adjective
offensive in the nose

nariputrens
nāriputrens
adjective
offensive in the nose

naris
nāris
noun
a nostril

Naris
Nāris
noun
a river of Italy

Narist
Narist
noun
a people of Germany

narita
nārīta
noun
a kind of sea-snail

naritas
nāritās
noun
knowledge

Narnia
Narnia
noun
an Umbrian city on the Nar

Narniensis
Narniensis
noun
the inhabitants of Narnia

Narniensis
Narniensis
adjective
of or belonging to Narnia

Naro
Narō
noun
a river in Dalmatia

Narona
Narōna
noun
a city in Dalmatia

narrabilis
narrābilis
adjective
that can be narrated

narratio
narrātiō
noun
a relating

narratiuncula
narrātiuncula
noun
a small

narrative
narrātīvē
adverb
in the way of narration

narrativus
narrātīvus
adjective
suitable for narration

narrator
narrātor
noun
a relater

narratum
narrātum
noun
that which is told or narrated

narratum
narrātum
noun

narratus
narrātus
noun
a narration

narratus
narrātus
adjective

narro
narrō
verb
to tell

Narses
Narsēs
noun
a Persian king

Narseus
Narseus
noun
a Persian king

narthecia
narthēcia
noun
a low species of ferula (a type of shrub)

narthecium
narthēcium
noun
a piece of narthex-wood which has been hollowed out for keeping ointments and medicines in

narthecya
narthēcya
noun
a low species of ferula (a type of shrub)

narthex
narthex
noun
the shrub ferula

Narts
Narts
noun

Narts
Narts
noun
dwellers on the banks of the Nar

narus
nārus
adjective
knowing or acquainted with

Narycia
Nārycia
noun
the city of Locri

Narycion
Nārycion
noun
a city of the Ozolian Locrians

Narycius
Nārycius
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Narycion

Naryx
Nāryx
noun
a city of the Ozolian Locrians

Nasamon
Nasamon
noun

Nasamoniacus
Nasamōniacus
adjective
adj.

Nasamonias
Nasamōnias
noun
the Nasamonian

Nasamonis
Nasamōnis
noun
a Libyan people to the south-west of Cyrenaica

Nasamonitis
Nasamōnītis
noun
a precious stone

Nasamonius
Nasamōnius
adjective
adj.

nascens
nascens
adjective
arising

nascens
nascens
noun

nascens
nascens
noun
organic bodies

nascens
nascens
adjective

nascentia
nascentia
noun
birth

nascibilis
nascibilis
adjective
that can be born

Nascio
Nasciō
noun
the goddess of birth

nasco
nascō
verb
to be born

nasco
nascō
verb

nascor
nascor
verb
to be born

Nasica
Nāsīca
noun
a surname in the Scipio family

nasica
nāsīca
noun
comm. adj

Nasidianus
Nāsidiānus
adjective

Nasidianus
Nāsidiānus
adjective
adj.

Nasidienus
Nāsīdiēnus
noun
a Roman surname

Nasidius
Nāsidius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

nasiterna
nāsiterna
cross-reference

nasiterna
nāsiterna
noun
a large watering-pot with a large nose or spout

Naso
Nāsō
noun
amplif

Nasos
Nāsos
noun
a part of the city of Syracuse

nassa
nassa
noun
a wickerbasket with a narrow neck

nassiterna
nassiterna
noun
a large watering-pot with a large nose or spout

nassiternatus
nassiternātus
noun
provided with a large-nosed watering-pot

nasturtium
nasturtium
noun
a kind of cress

nasum
nasum
noun
the nose

nasus
nāsus
noun
the nose

Nasus
Nāsus
noun
a part of the city of Syracuse

Nasus
Nāsus
noun

nasute
nāsūtē
adverb
satirically

nasutus
nāsūtus
adjective
that has a large nose

nata
nāta
noun
a son

nata
nāta
noun

natabilis
natābilis
adjective
that can swim or float

natabulum
natābulum
noun
a place for swimming

natabundus
natābundus
adjective
adj.

Natal
Natal
cross-reference
the name of one of the mimes of Laberius

natale
nātāle
noun

natalicia
nātālīcia
noun
a birthday entertainment

natalicium
nātālīcium
noun
a birthday present

natalicius
nātālīcius
adjective
of or belonging to the hour or day of one's birth

natalis
nātālis
adjective
of or belonging to one's birth

natalis
nātālis
noun
a birthday

Natalis
Nātālis
noun
a Roman surname

natalitius
nātālītius
adjective

natals
nātāls
noun
birth

natans
natans
adjective
P. a.

natans
natans
adjective

natatìcius
natātìcius
adjective
that can swim

natatilis
natātilis
adjective
that can swim

natatils
natātils
noun
swimming creatures

natatio
natātiō
noun
a swimming

natator
natātor
noun
a swimmer

natatoria
natātōria
noun
a place for swimming

natatorium
natātōrium
noun
a place for swimming

natatorius
natātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a swimmer

natatura
natātūra
noun
a place for swimming or bathing

natatus
natātus
noun
a swimming

naticidium
nāticīdium
noun
the murdering of one's son or child

natinatio
natinātiō
noun
a being busy

natinator
natinātor
noun
a rebel

natinor
natinor
verb
to be busy

natio
nātiō
noun
a being born

natis
natis
noun
the rump

Natiso
Natisō
noun
a small Italian river near Aquileia

natito
natitō
verb
to swim

natiuncula
nātiuncula
noun
a small nation

natius
nātius
adjective
of or belonging to the hour or day of one's birth

nativitas
nātīvitās
noun
birth

nativitus
nātīvitus
adverb
from birth

nativus
nātīvus
adjective
that has arisen from or by birth

nato
natō
verb
to swim

natrix
natrix
noun
A water-snake

natrix
nātrix
noun
A water-snake

natta
natta
cross-reference

natta
natta
noun
a fuller

natu
nātu
cross-reference

natula
nātula
noun
a little daughter

natura
nātūra
noun
birth

naturabilis
nātūrābilis
adjective

naturale
nātūrāle
noun

naturale
nātūrāle
noun
the private parts

naturalis
nātūrālis
adjective
natural

naturalitas
nātūrālitās
noun
naturainess

naturaliter
nātūrāliter
adverb
naturally

naturalitus
nātūrālitus
adverb
by nature

naturificatus
nātūrificātus
adjective
brought into being

natus
nātus
adjective
P. a.

natus
nātus
noun
birth

natus
nātus
noun
a son

natus
nātus
adjective

natus
nātus
noun
a son

nauarchia
nauarchia
noun
the command of a vessel

nauarchus
nauarchus
noun
the master of a vessel

Naubolides
Naubolidēs
noun
the son of Naubolus

Naubolides
Naubolidēs
noun

Naubolus
Naubolus
noun
a king of Phocis

naucella
naucella
noun
a small vessel

nauci
naucī
adverb

nauclericus
nauclēricus
adjective
of or belonging to a ship-owner or ship-master

nauclerius
nauclērius
cross-reference

Nauclerus
Nauclērus
cross-reference
the title of a comedy of Caecilius

nauclerus
nauclērus
noun
a shipowner

Naucrates
Naucratēs
noun
a Greek historian of Erythrae

Naucraticus
Naucraticus
adjective
Naucratian

Naucratis
Naucratis
noun
a town of the Delta in Egypt

Naucratites
Naucratītēs
noun
of Naucratis

naucula
naucula
noun
a little ship

nauculor
nauculor
verb
to sail in a small vessel

nauculor
nauculor
cross-reference

naucum
naucum
noun
something slight or trivial

naucus
naucus
noun
something slight or trivial

naufragabilis
naufragābilis
adjective
dangerous to ships

naufragalis
naufragālis
adjective
where many shipwrecks occur

naufragator
naufragātor
noun
a shipwrecked person

naufragiosus
naufragiōsus
adjective
full of shipwrecks

naufragium
naufragium
noun
a shipwreck

naufrago
naufragō
verb
to suffer shipwreck

naufragus
naufragus
adjective
that suffers shipwreck

naufragus
naufragus
noun
a shipwrecked person

naufulax
naufulax
noun
one who kept watch over the luggage on shipboard

naufylax
naufylax
noun
one who kept watch over the luggage on shipboard

naulia
naulia
cross-reference

Naulochum
Naulochum
noun
a village on the north coast of Sicily

Naulochus
Naulochus
noun
a village on the north coast of Sicily

naulon
naulon
noun
passage-money

naulum
naulum
noun
passage-money

naumachia
naumachia
noun
the representation of a sea-fight

naumachiarius
naumachiārius
adjective
of or for a mock sea-fight

naumachiarius
naumachiārius
noun
a combatant in a mock sea-fight

naumachus
naumachus
noun
a naval combatant

Naupactos
Naupactos
noun
a city of Aetolia

Naupactous
Naupactōus
adjective
adj.

Naupactous
Naupactōus
cross-reference

Naupactum
Naupactum
noun
a city of Aetolia

Naupactus
Naupactus
noun
a city of Aetolia

naupegiarius
naupēgiārius
noun
a ship-carpenter

naupegus
naupēgus
noun
a shipbuilder

nauphylax
nauphylax
noun
one who kept watch over the luggage on shipboard

Naupidame
Naupidamē
noun
daughter of Amphidamas

Naupliades
Naupliadēs
noun
the son of Nauplius

nauplius
nauplius
noun
a kind of shell-fish

Nauplius
Nauplius
noun
a son of Neptune and Amymone

Nauportum
Nauportum
noun
a city in Upper Pannonia

Nauportus
Nauportus
noun

Naurum
Naurum
noun

nauscit
nauscit
cross-reference

nausea
nausea
noun
sea-sickness

nauseabilis
nauseābilis
adjective
that causes nausea or vomiting

nauseabundus
nauseābundus
adjective
inclined to vomit

nauseator
nauseātor
noun
one who is apt to feel nausea

nauseo
nauseō
verb
to be sea-sick

nauseola
nauseola
noun
a slight squeamishness

nauseosus
nauseōsus
adjective
that produces nausea

nausia
nausia
noun
sea-sickness

Nausicaa
Nausicaa
noun
the daughter of Atcinous

Nausicae
Nausicaē
noun
the daughter of Atcinous

Nausiphanes
Nausiphanēs
noun
a Grecian philosopher of Teos

Nausiphous
Nausiphous
noun
the son of Ulysses by Circe

Nausistrata
Nausistrata
noun
name of a woman

Naustathmos
Naustathmos
noun
a seaport in Ionia

naustibulum
naustibulum
noun
a vessel shaped like a ship

nausum
nausum
noun
a kind of Gallic ship

nauta
nauta
noun
a sailor

Nautacum
Nautacum
noun
a city of Sogdiana

nautalis
nautālis
adjective
sailor-like

nautea
nautea
noun
A qualm

Nautes
Nautēs
noun
the primogenitor of the

nauticarius
nauticārius
noun
a shipmaster

nauticus
nauticus
noun
sailors

nauticus
nauticus
adjective
of or belonging to ships or sailors

nautilos
nautilos
noun
the nautilus

nautilus
nautilus
noun
the nautilus

Nautius
Nautius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

Nautius
Nautius
noun
the Nautians

Nava
Nāva
noun
a river of Germany which flows into the Rhine near Bingen

navaculum
nāvāculum
noun
a harbor

navale
nāvāle
noun

navale
nāvāle
noun
A place where ships were built and repaired

navale
nāvāle
noun
A place where ships were built and repaired

navalis
nāvālis
adjective
of or belonging to ships

navanter
nāvanter
adverb
with zeal

navarchus
nāvarchus
noun

navarchus
navarchus
noun
the master of a vessel

nave
nāvē
adverb
diligently

navia
nāvia
noun
a ship

navicella
nāvicella
noun
a small vessel

navicula
nāvicula
noun
a small vessel

navicularia
nāviculāria
cross-reference

navicularia
nāviculāria
noun
the business of one who hired out small vessels for transporting passengers and goods

navicularis
nāviculāris
adjective
of or relating to the shipping business

navicularius
nāviculārius
adjective
of or belonging to a small ship

naviculor
nāviculor
verb
to sail in a small vessel

navifragus
nāvifragus
adjective
causing shipwrecks

navigabilis
nāvigābilis
adjective
navigable

navigatio
nāvigātiō
noun
a sailing

navigator
nāvigātor
noun
a sailor

naviger
nāviger
adjective
Ship-bearing

navigiolum
nāvigiolum
noun
a small vessel

navigium
nāvigium
noun
a vessel

navigo
nāvigō
verb
to sail

navis
nāvis
noun
a ship

Navisalvia
Nāvisalvia
noun
the name under which divine honors were paid at Rome

navita
nāvita
noun

navita
nāvita
noun
a sailor

navitas
nāvitās
noun
promptness

naviter
nāviter
adverb
Diligently

navities
nāvitiēs
noun
diligence

Navius
Navius
noun
a Roman proper name

Navius
Navius
adjective
adj.

navo
nāvō
verb
to do

navus
nāvus
adjective
busy

naxa
naxa
noun
a wickerbasket with a narrow neck

naxa
naxa
noun

naxium
naxium
noun
a stone used for polishing marble

naxium
naxium
noun
a Naxian whetstone

Naxius
Naxius
adjective
adj.

Naxos
Naxos
noun
the isle of Naxos

Nazara
Nāzara
noun
a city in Palestine

Nazaraeus
Nāzaraeus
noun
a Nazarite

Nazaraeus
Nazaraeus
noun
a Nazarene

Nazaraeus
Nazaraeus
cross-reference

Nazarenus
Nazarēnus
adjective
of or belonging to Nazareth

Nazarenus
Nazarēnus
noun
the Nazarene

Nazareth
Nāzareth
noun
a city in Palestine

Nazareus
Nazarēus
adjective
of or belonging to Nazareth

Nazarus
Nazarus
adjective
of or belonging to Nazareth

ne
adverb
verily

ne
adverb
no

ne
interjection
truly

Neaera
Neaera
noun
a female proper name

Neaethus
Neaethus
noun
a river in the territory of the Bruttii

neaniscologus
neāniscologus
noun
speaking in a juvenile manner

Neapolis
Neāpolis
noun
A celebrated maritime city in Campania

Neapolitanum
Neāpolītānum
noun
a villa near Naples

Neapolitanus
Neāpolītānus
adjective
of or belonging to Naples

Neapolitanus
Neāpolītānus
noun
the Neapolitans

Neapolites
Neāpolītēs
noun
a Neapolitan

Neapolitis
Neāpolītis
noun
Neapolitan

Nearchus
Nearchus
noun
An admiral of Alexander the Great

Nebiodunum
Nebiodūnum
noun
a city of Lower Maesia

nebrida
nebrida
noun
the priests of Ceres clothed in a fawn-skin at the Eleusinian mysteries

nebrida
nēbrida
noun
the priests of Ceres clothed in a fawn-skin at the Eleusinian mysteries

nebris
nebris
noun
a fawnskin worn by the Bacchanals at the Bacchic festivals

nebris
nēbris
noun
a fawnskin worn by the Bacchanals at the Bacchic festivals

Nebris
Nebris
noun
a Roman surname

nebritis
nebrītis
noun
a precious stone sacred to Bacchus

Nebrodes
Nebrōdes
noun
a chain of mountains running across Sicily from east to west

Nebrophone
Nebrophonē
noun
fawnkiller

Nebrophonos
Nebrophonos
noun
fawnkiller

nebrundines
nebrundines
noun

Nebrus
Nebrus
noun
a Roman surname

nebula
nebula
noun
mist

nebulo
nebulō
noun
a paltry

nebulor
nebulor
verb
to be a worthless fellow

nebulositas
nebulōsitās
noun
mistiness

nebulosus
nebulōsus
adjective
full of mist or vapor

nec
nec
adverb

nec
nec
adverb

nec
nec
adverb
not

necator
necātor
noun
a slayer

necatrix
necātrix
noun
she who slays

necdum
necdum
conjunction

necdum
necdum
conjunction

Necepso
Necepsō
noun
a mythic astrologer in Egypt

Necepsus
Necepsus
noun
a mythic astrologer in Egypt

necerim
necerim
cross-reference

necessaria
necessāria
noun
a relation

necessarie
necessāriē
adverb
unavoidably

necessario
necessāriō
adverb

necessario
necessāriō
adverb

necessarium
necessārium
noun
the necessaries of life

necessarius
necessārius
adjective
unavoidable

necessarius
necessārius
noun
a relation

necesse
necesse
adjective
Unavoidable

necessitas
necessitās
noun
unavoidableness

necessitudo
necessitūdō
noun
necessity

necesso
necessō
verb
to render necessary

necessum
necessum
adjective
Unavoidable

necessum
necessum
cross-reference

necessus
necessus
adjective
Unavoidable

neceunt
neceunt
cross-reference

nechon
nechon
noun
a kind of spice with which sweet things were kept from turning

necleglegens
necleglegens
adjective
P. a.

necleglegentia
necleglegentia
noun
carelessness

neclego
neclegō
verb
to not heed

necne
necnē
adverb
or not

necnec non
necnec non
cross-reference
And also

necneque non
necneque non
cross-reference
And also

necnon
necnon
cross-reference
And also

neco
necō
verb
to kill

nec opinans
nec opīnans
adjective
not expecting

necopinans
necopīnans
adjective
not expecting

necopinanter
necopīnanter
adverb
unexpectedly

necopinato
necopīnātō
adverb
unexpectedly

nec opinato
nec opīnātō
adverb
unexpectedly

necopinatum
necopīnātum
noun
the unforeseen

nec opinatus
nec opīnātus
adjective
adj.

necopinatus
necopīnātus
adjective
adj.

nec opinus
nec opīnus
adjective
unexpected

necopinus
necopīnus
adjective
unexpected

necromantia
necromantīa
noun
an evoking of the dead

necromantiea
necromantīēa
noun
an evoking of the dead

necromantius
necromantius
noun
necromancers

necrosis
necrōsis
noun
the killing

necrothytus
necrothytus
adjective
of or belonging to sacrifices to the dead

Nectanabis
Nectanabis
noun
a king of Egypt

Nectanebus
Nectanebus
cross-reference

Nectanebus
Nectanebus
noun
a king of Egypt

nectar
nectar
noun
nectar

nectarea
nectarea
noun
the plant elecampane

nectareus
nectareus
adjective
of or belonging to nectar

nectarites
nectarītēs
noun
wine flavored with elecampane

nectarius
nectarius
adjective
of or belonging to nectar

Nectebis
Nectebis
noun
a king of Egypt

necto
nectō
verb
to bind

nectus
nectus
adjective

necubi
necubī
adverb
that nowhere

necunde
necundē
adverb
that from no place

necunquem
necunquem
cross-reference

necuter
necuter
adjective
neither of the two

necydalus
necydalus
noun
the larva of the silk-worm

necyomantea
necyomantēa
noun
the summoning of the dead to reveal the future

nedum
nēdum
conjunction
by no means

Nedyme
Nēdymē
noun
a Roman surname

Nedymus
Nēdymus
noun
a Roman surname

nefandarius
nefandārius
adjective
that commits a crime

nefande
nefandē
adverb
impiously

nefandus
nefandus
adjective
impious

nefans
nefans
adjective
impious

nefarie
nefāriē
adverb
impiously

nefarium
nefārium
noun
a heinous act

nefarius
nefārius
adjective
impious

nefas
nefas
noun
indecl.

nefastum
nefastum
noun
a wicked deed

nefastus
nefastus
adjective
contrary to the sacred rites or to religion

nefela
nefela
noun
a kind of thin cake

nefrenditium
nefrenditium
cross-reference

nefrenditium
nēfrenditium
cross-reference

nefrendus
nēfrendus
adjective

nefrendus
nefrendus
adjective

nefrens
nefrens
adjective
that cannot bite

nefrones
nefrōnes
noun

negans
negans
adjective

negantia
negantia
noun
a denying

negantinumius
negantinūmius
adjective
refusing money

negatio
negātiō
noun
a denying

negative
negātīvē
adverb
negatively

negativus
negātīvus
adjective
that denies

negator
negātor
noun
a denier

negatorius
negātōrius
adjective
negatory

negatrix
negātrix
noun
she who denies

negibundus
negibundus
adjective
denying

negito
negitō
verb
to deny steadfastly

neglecte
neglectē
cross-reference

neglecte
neglectē
adverb
carelessly

neglectim
neglectim
adverb
negligently

neglectio
neglectiō
noun
a neglecting

neglector
neglector
noun
a neglecter

neglectus
neglectus
adjective

neglectus
neglectus
noun
a neglecting

neglectus
neglectus
adjective
P. a.

neglegens
neglegens
adjective

neglegens
neglegens
adjective
P. a.

neglegenter
neglegenter
adverb
heedlessly

neglegenter
neglegenter
cross-reference

neglegentia
neglegentia
noun
carelessness

neglego
neglegō
verb
to not heed

negliglegens
negliglegens
adjective
P. a.

negliglegenter
negliglegenter
adverb
heedlessly

negliglegentia
negliglegentia
noun
carelessness

negligo
negligō
verb
to not heed

nego
negō
verb
to say no

negocialis
negōciālis
adjective
of or belonging to business

negociatio
negōciātiō
noun
a doing business by the wholesale

negociator
negōciātor
noun
one who does business by wholesale

negociatorius
negōciātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to trade or tradespeople

negociatrix
negōciātrix
noun
she that carries on a business

negocinumius
negōcinūmius
adjective

negocior
negōcior
verb
to carry on business

negociolum
negōciolum
noun
a little business

negociositas
negōciōsitās
noun
a multitude of business

negociosus
negōciōsus
adjective
full of business

negocium
negōcium
noun
a business

negotialis
negōtiālis
adjective
of or belonging to business

negotians
negōtians
adjective

negotians
negōtians
adjective
A wholesale dealer

negotiatio
negōtiātiō
noun
a doing business by the wholesale

negotiator
negōtiātor
noun
one who does business by wholesale

negotiatorius
negōtiātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to trade or tradespeople

negotiatrix
negōtiātrix
noun
she that carries on a business

negotinumius
negōtinūmius
adjective

negotior
negōtior
verb
to carry on business

negotiolum
negōtiolum
noun
a little business

negotiositas
negōtiōsitās
noun
a multitude of business

negotiosus
negōtiōsus
adjective
full of business

negotium
negōtium
noun
a business

negritu
negritu
cross-reference

negumate
negumatē
adverb

negumo
negumō
verb
to say no

Nehalennia
Nehalennia
noun
a river-goddess worshipped at the mouth of the Rhine

nei
nei
adverb
not

Neith
Nēith
adjective
an Egyptian name of Minerva

Neleius
Nēlēius
noun
the Neleian

Neleius
Nēlēius
adjective
adj.

Neleus
Nēleus
noun
a son of Neptune and the nymph Tyro

Neleus
Nēlēus
adjective
adj.

Nelides
Nēlīdēs
noun
a male descendant of Nestor

nema
nēma
noun
yarn

Nemaeus
Nemaeus
adjective
adj.

Nemausensis
Nemausensis
noun
the inhabitants of Nemausus

Nemausensis
Nemausensis
adjective
of or belonging to Nemausis

Nemausiensis
Nemausiensis
adjective
of or belonging to Nemausis

Nemausum
Nemausum
noun
a city in Gallia Narbonensis

Nemausus
Nemausus
noun
a city in Gallia Narbonensis

Nemea
Nemea
noun
a river flowing between the territories of Corinth and Sicyon

Nemea
Nemea
noun
a city in Argolis

Nemeaeus
Nemeaeus
adjective
adj.

Nemee
Nemeē
noun
a city in Argolis

nemen
nēmen
noun
a river flowing between the territories of Corinth and Sicyon

Nementurus
Nementurus
noun
a people of the Ligurian Alps

nemeonices
nemeonīcēs
noun
the victor in the Nemean games

Nemesa
Nemesa
noun
a river in Belgic Gaul

Nemesiacus
Nemesiacus
noun
a sort of superstitious people

Nemesianus
Nemesiānus
noun
a Roman poet

Nemesis
Nemesis
noun
the goddess of justice

Nemesis
Nemesis
noun
a mistress of Tibullus

Nemestrinus
Nemestrīnus
noun
the god of groves

Nemeta
Nemeta
noun
a people of Gaul

Nemeta
Nemēta
noun
a people of Gaul

Nemetensis
Nemetensis
adjective
adj.

Nemetensis
Nemētensis
adjective
adj.

Nemetis
Nemētis
noun
a people of Gaul

Nemetis
Nemetis
noun
a people of Gaul

Nemetocenna
Nemetocenna
noun
a city of Belgic Gaul

Nemeturicus
Nemeturicus
adjective
adj.

Nemeturius
Nemeturius
noun
a people of the Ligurian Alps

Nemeum
Nemēum
noun
the Nemean games

Nemeum
Nemeum
noun
the Nemean games

Nemeus
Nemeus
cross-reference

Nemeus
Nemēus
cross-reference

Nemeus
Nemeus
adjective
adj.

Nemeus
Nemēus
adjective
adj.

nemo
nēmo
noun
no man

nemo
nēmō
noun
no man

nemoralis
nemorālis
adjective
of or belonging to a grove or wood

Nemorense
Nemorense
noun
a villa of Caesar

nemorensis
nemorensis
adjective
of or belonging to a grove or wood

nemoricultrix
nemoricultrix
noun
she that dwells in the woods

nemorivagus
nemorivagus
adjective
that wanders in the woods

nemorosus
nemorōsus
adjective
full of woods

Nemossus
Nemossus
noun
a city of Aquitanian Gaul

nempe
nempe
conjunction
indeed

nemus
nemus
noun
a wood with open glades and meadows for cattle

Nemus
Nemus
noun
the sacred grove of Diana at Aricia

nemut
nemut
cross-reference

Nenia
Nēnia
noun
the goddess of funeral songs

nenia
nēnia
noun
a funeral song

nenu
nēnu
cross-reference

nenum
nēnum
cross-reference

neo
neō
verb
to spin

Neo
Neō
noun
a male proper name

Neobule
Neobūlē
noun
the name of a girl

Neocles
Neocles
noun
The father of Themistocles

Neoclides
Neōclīdēs
noun
the descendant of Neocles

neocorus
neōcorus
noun
a person having charge of a temple

Neocretis
Neocrētis
noun
a division of the army of Antiochus

neofitus
neofitus
adjective
newly planted

neogrammateus
neogrammateus
adjective
new

neomenia
neomēnia
noun
the new moon

Neon
Neōn
noun
a male proper name

Neontichos
Neontīchos
noun
a fortress in Thrace

neophytus
neophytus
adjective
newly planted

neophytus
neophytus
noun
a neophyte

Neoptolemus
Neoptolemus
noun
The son of Achilles

neopum
neopum
noun
olive-oil

neoterice
neōtericē
adverb
after a modern fashion

neotericus
neōtericus
noun
modern writers

neotericus
neōtericus
adjective
New

nepa
nepa
noun
A scorpion

nepas
nepās
noun

nepas
nepās
noun
a cŕab

Nepe
Nepe
adjective

Nepen
Nepen
adjective

nepenthes
nēpenthes
noun
a plant which

Nepesinus
Nepesīnus
noun
the Nepesines

Nepesinus
Nepesīnus
adjective

nepeta
nepeta
noun
a plant

Nepeta
Nepeta
noun
a city in Etruria

Nepete
Nepete
noun
a city in Etruria

nephela
nephela
noun
a kind of thin cake

Nephela
Nephela
noun
a Roman surname

Nephelaeus
Nephelaeus
adjective
adj.

Nephele
Nephelē
noun
The wife of Athamas

Nepheleias
Nephelēias
noun
the daughter of Nephele

Nepheleis
Nephelēis
noun
the daughter of Nephele

nephelion
nephelion
noun
a plant

nephriticus
nephrīticus
adjective
affected with nephritis

nephritis
nephrītis
noun
disease of the kidneys

Nephusa
Nēphūsa
noun
a Roman surname

Nepos
Nepos
noun
a surname in the gens Cornelia. So Cornelius Nepos

nepos
nepos
noun
a grandson

nepotalis
nepōtālis
adjective
extravagant

nepotatus
nepōtātus
noun
extravagance

Nepotianus
Nepōtiānus
noun
a Roman surname

nepotilla
nepōtilla
noun
a little granddaughter

Nepotilla
Nepōtilla
noun
a Roman surname

nepotinus
nepōtīnus
adjective
extravagant

Nepotinus
Nepōtīnus
noun
a Roman surname

nepotor
nepōtor
verb
to be prodigal

nepotula
nepōtula
noun
a little granddaughter

nepotulus
nepōtulus
noun
a little grandson

nepticula
nepticula
noun
a little granddaughter

neptis
neptis
noun
a niece

Neptunale
Neptūnāle
noun
games in honor of Neptune

Neptunalis
Neptūnālis
adjective
Neptunian

neptunia
neptūnia
noun
a plant

neptunicola
neptūnicola
noun
a worshipper of Neptune

Neptunine
Neptūnīnē
noun
a daughter or granddaughter of Neptune

Neptunius
Neptūnius
adjective
of or belonging to Neptune

Neptunus
Neptūnus
noun
Neptune

nepus
nepūs
cross-reference
unclean

nequalia
nēquālia
cross-reference

nequam
nēquam
adjective
adj. indecl

nequam
nēquam
noun
an injury

nequaquam
nēquāquam
adverb
in nowise

neque
nequē
adverb
not

nequedum
nequedum
conjunction

nequeo
nequeō
verb
not to be able

nequicquam
nēquicquam
cross-reference

nequidquam
nēquidquam
cross-reference

Nequinates
Nequīnātes
noun

Nequinatis
Nequīnātis
noun
the inhabitants of Nequinum

Nequinont
Nequinont
cross-reference

Nequinum
Nequīnum
noun
a city in Umbria

nequior
nēquior
cross-reference

nequiquam
nēquīquam
adverb
in vain

nequis
nēquis
cross-reference

ne quis
nē quis
cross-reference

nequissimus
nēquissimus
adjective

nequiter
nēquiter
adverb
worthlessly

nequitia
nēquitia
noun
bad quality

nequities
nēquities
noun
bad quality

ne quo
nē quō
adverb
not to any place

nequo
nēquō
adverb
not to any place

Neratius Priscus
Neratius Priscus
expression
a celebrated lawyer under Trajan

Nereis
Nērēis
noun
a Nereid

Nereis
Nērēis
noun
one of the daughters of Priam

Nereis
Nēreis
noun
a daughter of Nereus

Nereis
Nērēis
noun
a daughter of Nereus

Nereis
Nērēis
noun
a daughter of Pyrrhus

Nereis
Nēreis
noun
a Nereid

Nereius
Nērēius
adjective

Nereius
Nērēius
adjective
of or belonging to Nereus

Neretinus
Nerētīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Neretum

Neretum
Nerētum
noun
a city in Calabria

Nereus
Nēreus
noun
the son of Oceanus and Tethys

Neria
Nēria
cross-reference

Neria
Nēria
noun
the companion and wife of Mars

Neriene
Nēriēnē
cross-reference

Neriene
Nēriēnē
noun
the companion and wife of Mars

Nerienes
Nēriēnēs
noun
the companion and wife of Mars

Nerine
Nērīnē
adverb

Nerine
Nērīnē
noun
Nerine

Nerinus
Nērīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Nereus

Nerinus
Nērīnus
adverb

Nerio
Nēriō
noun
the companion and wife of Mars

nerion
nērion
noun
the oleander or rosebay

nerita
nērīta
noun
a sea-mussel resembling the nautilus

Neritius
Nēritius
adjective
of or belonging to Neritos

Neritos
Nēritos
noun
a mountain in Ithaca

Neritus
Nēritus
noun
a mountain in Ithaca

nerium
nērium
noun
the oleander or rosebay

Nerius
Nerius
adjective
name of a Roman gens. So Cn. Nerius

Nero
Nerō
noun
a family name in the gens Claudia

Neroneus
Nerōnēus
adjective
adj.

Neronianus
Nerōniānus
adjective
of Nero

Neronianus
Nerōniānus
noun
a Roman surname

Neronius
Nerōnius
adjective
adj.

Neropolis
Neropolis
noun
a name which Nero intended to give to the city of Rome

Nersa
Nersa
noun
an ancient city of the Aequi

Nersia
Nersia
noun
an Etruscan goddess

Nerthus
Nerthus
noun
a goddess of the ancient Germans

Nertobriga
Nertobriga
noun
A city in Hispania Baetica

Nerulonensis
Nerulōnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Nerulum

Nerulum
Nerulum
noun
a fortified city in Lucania

Nerva
Nerva
noun
a Roman family name of the

nervalis
nervālis
adjective
of or belonging to the nerves

nervia
nervia
noun
strings or chords

nerviceus
nerviceus
adjective
made of sinews

nervicus
nervicus
adjective
that has a nervous disorder

Nervicus
Nervicus
adjective

Nervicus
Nervicus
adjective
adj.

nervinus
nervīnus
adjective
made of sinews

nervium
nervium
noun
strings or chords

Nervius
Nervius
adjective
of or belonging to the emperor Nerva

Nervius
Nervius
adjective

Nervius
Nervius
noun
a people of Belgic Gaul

Nervolaria
Nervolāria
noun
the title of a lost comedy of Plautus

nervose
nervōsē
adverb
strongly

nervositas
nervōsitās
noun
strength

nervosus
nervōsus
adjective
full of sinews

nervulus
nervulus
noun
nerve

nervus
nervus
noun
a sinew

Nesaee
Nēsaeē
noun
one of the Nereids

nesapius
nesapius
adjective
unwise

nesciens
nesciens
adjective

nesciens
nesciens
adjective
P. a.

nescienter
nescienter
adverb
unknowingly

nescienter
nescienter
adverb
P. a. fin

nescientia
nescientia
noun
ignorance

nescio
nesciō
verb
not to know

nescitus
nescītus
adjective

nescium
nescium
noun
an unknown thing

nescius
nescius
adjective
unknowing

Nesebis
Nesebis
noun
A city in Mesopotamia

Nesebis
Nesebis
cross-reference

nesi
nesī
adjective

Nesimachus
Nēsimachus
noun
the father of Hippomedon

Nesiota
Nēsiōta
noun
a people of Cephalenia

Nesis
Nēsis
noun
a small island in the bay of Naples

Nesseus
Nessēus
adjective
of Nessus

Nesseus
Nessēus
adjective

nession
nession
noun
a plant

nessotropheum
nessotrophēum
noun
a place where ducks are reared

nessotrophium
nessotrophīum
noun
a place where ducks are reared

Nessus
Nessus
noun
A river in Thrace

nestis
nestis
noun
the second part of the small intestines

Nestor
Nestor
noun
a son of Neleus

Nestoreus
Nestoreus
adjective
adj.

Nestorianus
Nestoriānus
noun
the followers of Nestorius

Nestorius
Nestorius
noun
a theologian who was condemned as a heretic at the Council of Ephesus

Nestos
Nestos
noun

nete
nētē
noun
the undermost or last string

Netinensis
Nētīnensis
noun
the inhabitants of Netum

Netinus
Nētīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Netum

netoides
nētoīdes
noun
a musical key

Netum
Nētum
noun
a city in Sicily

netus
nētus
noun
a thread

netus
nētus
adjective

neu
neu
adverb

neu
neu
adverb
and not

neuras
neuras
noun
The plant

neuricus
neuricus
cross-reference

neurobata
neurobata
noun
one who dances on a thin cord

neurobates
neurobatēs
noun
one who dances on a thin cord

Neuroe
Neuroe
noun
a people in European Scythia regarded as magicians

neuroides
neuroīdes
noun
a kind of wild beet

neurospaston
neurospaston
noun
a figure set in motion by strings

neurospastos
neurospastos
noun
the wild-brier

Neurus
Neurus
noun
a people in European Scythia regarded as magicians

neuter
neuter
adjective
neither the one nor the other

ne utiquam
ne utiquam
adverb
by no means

neutiquam
neutiquam
adverb
by no means

neutique
neutiquē
adverb
adv.

neutralis
neutrālis
adjective
neuter

neutraliter
neutrāliter
adverb
as a neuter

neutro
neutrō
adverb
to neither one side nor the other

neutrubi
neutrubī
adverb
In neither place

neve
nēvē
adverb
and not

Neverita
Neverita
noun
a sea-goddess

nevis
nēvīs
cross-reference

nevolo
nēvolō
cross-reference

nevras
nevras
noun

nevras
nevras
noun
The plant

nex
nex
noun
death

nexabunde
nexābundē
adverb
in a straitened or scanty manner

nexibilis
nexibilis
adjective
tied or bound together

nexilis
nexilis
adjective
tied or bound together

nexilitas
nexilitās
noun
a connection

nexio
nexiō
noun
a tying or binding together

nexo
nexō
verb
to tie or bind together

nexum
nexum
noun

nexum
nexum
noun
a tying or binding together

nexuosus
nexuōsus
adjective
full of windings

nexus
nexus
adjective

nexus
nexus
noun
a tying or binding together

ni
adverb
not

nica
nīcā
cross-reference
conquer!

Nicaea
Nīcaea
noun
The name of several cities

Nicaeensis
Nīcaeensis
cross-reference
adj.

Nicaenus
Nīcaenus
adjective
adj.

Nicaeus
Nīcaeus
adjective
an epithet of Jupiter

Nicander
Nīcander
noun
A physician

Nicanor
Nīcānor
noun
A grammarian

Nicarchus
Nīcarchus
noun
a Roman surname

Nicarium
Nīcarium
noun
a female surname

Nicator
Nīcātor
noun
An epithet given to the members of King Perseus's body-guard

Nicea
Nīcēa
noun
The name of several cities

Nicea
Nīcēa
noun

Nicensis
Nīcensis
cross-reference
adj.

Nicephorion
Nīcēphorion
noun
The bringer of victory

Nicephorion
Nīcēphorion
noun
A grove near Pergamum

Nicephorium
Nīcēphorium
noun
A grove near Pergamum

Nicephorius
Nīcēphorius
noun
The bringer of victory

Nicephorus
Nīcēphorus
noun
a Roman surname

Nicer
Nīcer
noun
the river Neckar

Niceros
Nīceros
noun
a perfumer

Nicerotianus
Nīcerōtiānus
adjective
of Niceros

niceterium
nīcētērium
noun
the prize of victory

Nicetianus
Nīcētiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Nicetius

Nicias
Nīciās
noun
A celebrated Athenian statesman and general

nico
nicō
verb
to beckon

Nico
Nīcō
noun
A physician

Nicocles
Nīcocles
noun
a tyrant of Sicyon

Nicolaus
Nīcolāus
noun
a Peripatetic philosopher from Damascus

Nicomedens
Nīcomēdens
noun
the Nicomedians

Nicomedes
Nīcomēdēs
noun
Son of Prusias

Nicomedia
Nīcomēdīa
noun
the capital of Bithynia

Nicon
Nīcōn
noun
A physician

nicophoros
nīcophoros
noun
a kind of bind-weed

Nicopolis
Nīcopolis
noun
the name of several cities

Nicopolitanus
Nīcopolītānus
adjective
of or belonging to Nicopolis

Nicopolitanus
Nīcopolītānus
noun
the Nicopolitans

nictatio
nictātiō
noun
a winking

nictor
nictor
verb
to move the eyelids

nictor
nictor
verb
to move the eyelids

nictus
nictus
noun
a winking

nidamentum
nīdāmentum
noun
The materials for a nest

nidicus
nīdicus
adjective
of or belonging to a nest

nidificium
nīdificium
noun
a nest

nidifico
nīdificō
verb
to build a nest

nidificus
nīdificus
adjective
nest-making

nidipantis
nidipantis
cross-reference

nidor
nīdor
noun
a vapor

nidoro
nīdōrō
verb
to give out steam

nidorosus
nīdōrōsus
adjective
steaming

nidulor
nīdulor
verb
to make a nest for one

nidulus
nīdulus
noun
a little nest

nidus
nīdus
noun
a nest

Nigella
Nigella
cross-reference

Nigellio
Nigelliō
noun
a Roman surname

nigellus
nigellus
adjective
somewhat black

Nigellus
Nigellus
noun
a Roman surname

Niger
Niger
noun
a Roman surname

niger
niger
adjective
black

Niger
Niger
noun
a river in Africa

Niger
Niger
noun
a river in the interior of Africa

Niger
Nīger
noun
a river in the interior of Africa

Nigidianus
Nigidiānus
noun
of Nigidius

Nigidius
Nigidius
noun
of Nigidius

nigina
nīgīna
noun

Nigir
Nīgir
noun
a river in the interior of Africa

Nigir
Nigir
noun
a river in the interior of Africa

Nigir
Nigir
cross-reference

nigrans
nigrans
adjective

nigrans
nīgrans
adjective
P. a.

nigrans
nigrans
adjective
P. a.

nigrans
nīgrans
adjective

nigredo
nīgrēdō
noun
blackness

nigredo
nigrēdō
noun
blackness

nigrefacio
nīgrefaciō
verb
to make black

nigrefacio
nigrefaciō
verb
to make black

nigrefio
nigrefīō
verb
to become black

nigrefio
nīgrefīō
verb
to become black

nigreo
nigreō
verb
to be black

nigreo
nīgreō
verb
to be black

nigresco
nigrescō
verb
to become black

nigresco
nīgrescō
verb
to become black

Nigrianus
Nigriānus
adjective
of or belonging to M. Pescennius Niger

Nigrianus
Nīgriānus
adjective
of or belonging to M. Pescennius Niger

nigricans
nīgricans
adjective

nigricans
nigricans
adjective

nigricans
nigricans
adjective
P. a.

nigrico
nigricō
verb
to be blackish

nigrico
nīgricō
verb
to be blackish

nigricolor
nigricolor
noun
of a black color

nigricolor
nīgricolor
noun
of a black color

nigriculus
nīgriculus
adjective
blackish

nigriculus
nigriculus
adjective
blackish

nigridius
nīgridius
adjective
blackish

nigridius
nigridius
adjective
blackish

nigrifico
nigrificō
verb
to make black

nigrifico
nīgrificō
verb
to make black

Nigrina
Nīgrīna
noun
a Roman surname

Nigrina
Nigrīna
noun
a Roman surname

Nigrinus
Nigrīnus
noun
a Roman surname

Nigrinus
Nīgrīnus
noun
a Roman surname

Nigris
Nīgris
noun
a river in the interior of Africa

Nigris
Nigris
noun
a river in the interior of Africa

Nigrita
Nīgrīta
noun
the people living near the Niger

Nigrita
Nigrīta
noun
the people living near the Niger

nigritia
nigritia
noun
black color

nigritia
nīgritia
noun
black color

nigrities
nigritiēs
noun
black color

nigrities
nīgritiēs
noun
black color

nigritudo
nigritūdō
noun
black color

nigritudo
nīgritūdō
noun
black color

nigro
nigrō
verb
to make black

nigro
nīgrō
verb
to make black

nigror
nīgror
noun
blackness

nigror
nigror
noun
blackness

nigrum
nigrum
noun
a black spot

nihil
nihil
adverb
nothing

nihil
nihil
noun
indecl.

nihildum
nihildum
noun

nihili
nihilī
adverb

nihilo
nihilō
noun
a good-fornothing fellow

nihilo
nihilō
cross-reference

nihilominus
nihilōminus
adverb
none the less

nihilominus
nihilōminus
adverb

nihilo minus
nihilō minus
adverb
none the less

nihilum
nihilum
noun
indecl.

nihilum
nihilum
noun
nothing

nihilum
nihilum
noun

nil
nīl
noun
indecl.

nil
nīl
noun

nil
nīl
adverb
nothing

Nileus
Nīleus
noun
one of the enemies of Perseus

Niliacus
Nīliacus
adjective

Niliacus
Nīliacus
adjective
of or belonging to the Nile

Nilicola
Nīlicola
noun

Nilicola
Nīlicola
noun
a dweller on the Nile

Niligena
Nīligena
noun
comm.

Niligena
Nīligena
noun

nilios
nīlios
noun
a precious stone

Niloticus
Nīlōticus
adjective
of the Nile

Nilotis
Nīlōtis
noun
of or from the Nile

nilum
nīlum
verb
nothing

nilum
nīlum
cross-reference

nilum
nīlum
noun
indecl.

nilum
nīlum
noun
nothing

Nilus
Nīlus
noun
The river Nile

nimbatus
nimbātus
adjective
light

nimbifer
nimbifer
adjective
storm-bringing

nimbosus
nimbōsus
adjective
full of storms

nimbus
nimbus
noun
a violent or pouring rain

nimie
nimiē
adverb
Too much

nimietas
nimietās
noun
a too great number or quantity

nimio
nimio
noun
exceedingly

nimio
nimiō
adverb

nimio opere
nimiō opere
adverb

nimiopere
nimioperē
adverb

nimirum
nīmīrum
adverb
without doubt

nimis
nimis
adverb
too much

nimium
nimium
adverb
too much

nimium
nimium
noun
too much

nimium
nimium
noun
exceedingly

nimius
nimius
adjective
beyond measure

ningo
ningō
verb
it snows

ningo
ningō
verb

ningor
ningor
noun
a fall of snow

ninguidus
ninguidus
adjective
full of snow

ninguis
ninguis
noun
snow

ninguit
ninguit
cross-reference

ningulus
ningulus
adjective
nobody

ninguo
ninguō
verb
it snows

ninguo
ninguō
cross-reference

ninguo
ninguō
verb

Ninive
Ninivē
noun
the ancient capital of Assyria

Ninive
Nīnīvē
noun
the ancient capital of Assyria

Ninivita
Nīnivīta
noun
the inhabitants of Nineveh

Ninivita
Ninivīta
noun
the inhabitants of Nineveh

Niniviticus
Ninivīticus
adjective
adj.

Ninnius
Ninnius
adjective
the name of a noble Campanian gens

Ninus
Ninus
noun
the son of Belus

Ninus
Nīnus
noun
the son of Belus

Ninya
Ninya
noun
son of Ninus and Semiramis

Ninyas
Ninyās
noun
son of Ninus and Semiramis

Nioba
Nioba
noun
The daughter of Tantalus

Niobe
Niobē
noun
The daughter of Tantalus

Niobeus
Niobēus
adjective
of or belonging to Niobe

Niobides
Niobidēs
noun
a son of Niobe

Niphaeus
Niphaeus
noun
a Rutulian

Niphas
Niphas
noun
a Roman surname

Niphates
Niphātēs
noun
A part of the Mount Taurus range in Armenia

Niphetus
Niphetus
noun
a Roman surname

nipparene
nipparēnē
noun
a kind of gem

Niptrum
Niptrum
noun
water for washing

Nireus
Nīreus
noun
son of Charopus and Aglaia

nis
nis
adjective

Nisa
Nīsa
noun
a female proper name

Nisaeus
Nīsaeus
adjective

Nisaeus
Nīsaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Nisus

nise
nise
conjunction
if not

nisei
nisei
conjunction
if not

Niseis
Nīsēis
noun
the daughter of Nisus

Niseius
Nīsēius
adjective
of or belonging to Nisus

nisi
nisī
conjunction
if not

Nisias
Nīsias
noun
Nisaean

Nisias
Nīsias
noun

Nisibenus
Nisibēnus
noun
the inhabitants of Nisibis

Nisibis
Nisibis
noun
A city in Mesopotamia

nisus
nīsus
noun
a pressing or resting upon or against

nisus
nīsus
adjective

nisus
nīsus
adjective

Nisus
Nīsus
noun
A king of Megara

nitalopices
nitalōpices
noun
Indian foxes

nitedula
nītēdula
noun
a kind of small red mouse

nitefacio
nitefaciō
verb
to make shining

nitela
nitēla
noun
brightness

nitela
nītēla
cross-reference

nitela
nītēla
cross-reference

nitela
nītēla
noun
a small mouse

nitella
nītella
noun
a small mouse

nitellinus
nītellīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a

nitens
nitens
adjective
P. a.

nitens
nitens
adjective
shining

nitens
nītens
adjective
pressing upon or against

nitenter
nitenter
adverb
P. a. fin

niteo
niteō
verb
to shine

nitesco
nitescō
verb
to begin to shine or glitter

nitibundus
nītibundus
adjective
pressing against

nitide
nitidē
adverb
splendidly

nitiditas
nitiditās
noun
splendor

nitidiuscule
nitidiusculē
adverb
a little more finely

nitidiusculus
nitidiusculus
adjective
somewhat more shining

nitido
nitidō
verb
to make bright or shining

nitidulus
nitidulus
adjective
somewhat spruce

nitidus
nitidus
adjective
shining

Nitiobrigis
Nitiobrīgis
noun
a people in Aquitanian Gaul

nitor
nītor
verb
to bear or rest upon

nitor
nitor
noun
brightness

nitraria
nitrāria
noun
a place where natron was dug or prepared

nitratus
nitrātus
adjective
mixed with natron

nitreus
nītreus
adjective
made of natron

nitreus
nitreus
adjective
made of natron

nitrion
nitrion
noun
a plant

nitrosus
nitrōsus
adjective
full of natron

nitrum
nitrum
noun
native mineral alkali

nivalis
nivālis
adjective
of or belonging to snow

nivarius
nivārius
adjective
of or belonging to snow

nivatus
nivātus
adjective
cooled with snow

nive
nīvē
adverb

nivens
nīvens
adjective
winking

nivesco
nivescō
verb
to become snow-white

niveus
niveus
adjective
of or from snow

nivifer
nivifer
adjective
snow-bearing

nivo
nivō
verb
it snows

Nivomagus
Nīvomagus
cross-reference
a city of the Treveri

nivosus
nivōsus
adjective
full of snow

nix
nix
noun
snow

nixabundus
nixābundus
adjective
striving to support one's self

nixor
nixor
verb
to lean or rest upon

nixurio
nixuriō
verb
to wish to lean or rest upon

nixus
nixus
noun
a pressure

Nixus
Nixus
noun
three guardian deities of women in labor

nixus
nixus
adjective

Nixus
Nixus
noun
three guardian deities of women in labor

No
verb
an Egyptian city

no
verb
to swim

Noa
Nōa
noun
Noah

Nobilior
Nōbilior
noun
a family name in the gens Fulvia

nobilis
nōbilis
noun
a nobleman

nobilis
nōbilis
adjective
that can be known or is known

nobilitas
nōbilitās
noun
Celebrity

nobiliter
nōbiliter
adverb
famously

nobilito
nōbilitō
verb
To make known

nobiscum
nōbiscum
cross-reference

nocens
nocens
adjective

nocens
nocens
adjective
P. a.

nocenter
nocenter
adverb
hurtfully

nocentia
nocentia
noun
guilt

noceo
noceō
verb
to do harm

nocivus
nocīvus
adjective
hurtful

noctanter
noctanter
adverb
by night

nocte
noctē
adverb
in the night

noctesco
noctescō
verb
to draw towards night

nocticola
nocticola
noun
fond of the night

nocticolor
nocticolor
noun
nightcolored

noctifer
noctifer
noun
the evening-star

noctiluca
noctilūca
noun
that shines by night

noctiluga
noctilūga
noun
that shines by night

noctipugam
noctipūgam
cross-reference

noctisurgium
noctisurgium
noun
a getting up in the night

noctivagus
noctivagus
adjective
night-wandering

noctividus
noctividus
adjective
night-seeing

noctivigilus
noctivigilus
adjective

noctivigilus
noctīvigilus
adjective
night-watching

noctu
noctū
adverb
in the night

noctu
noctu
adverb

Noctua
Noctua
noun
a Roman surname

noctua
noctua
noun
a night-owl

noctuabundus
noctuābundus
adjective
having travelled all night

noctuinus
noctuīnus
adjective
of or belonging to night-owls

Noctulius
Noctulius
noun
a deity of the Brixians

noctulucus
noctūlūcus
noun
watching

nocturnalis
nocturnālis
adjective
nocturnal

Nocturnus
Nocturnus
noun
the god of Night

nocturnus
nocturnus
adjective
of or belonging to the night

noctus
noctus
noun

noctuvigilus
noctūvigilus
adjective
night-watching

nocuus
nocuus
adjective
hurtful

nodabilis
nōdābilis
adjective
knotty

nodamen
nōdāmen
noun
a knotting

nodatio
nōdātiō
noun
knottiness

nodatus
nōdātus
adjective
P. a.

nodatus
nōdātus
adjective

nodia
nodia
noun
a plant

Nodinus
Nodīnus
noun
a rivulet near Rome

nodo
nōdō
verb
to furnish or fill with knots

nodose
nōdōsē
adverb
intricately

nodositas
nōdōsitās
noun
knottiness

nodosus
nōdōsus
adjective
full of knots

Nodotus
Nōdōtus
noun
a deity who presided over corn

nodulus
nōdulus
noun
a little knot

nodus
nōdus
noun
a knot

Nodutus
Nōdūtus
adverb

Nodutus
Nōdūtus
noun
a deity who presided over corn

Noe
Nōē
adjective
Noah

Noe
Nōē
noun
Noah

noenu
noenu
adverb
not

noenu
noenu
adverb

noenum
noenum
adverb
not

noenum
noenum
adverb

noerus
noerus
adjective
gifted with understanding

Nola
Nōla
noun
the Unwilling

Nola
Nōla
noun
a city of remote antiquity in Campania

nola
nola
noun
a little bell

Nolanus
Nōlānus
noun
the Nolans

Nolanus
Nōlānus
adjective
of or belonging to Nola

nolens
nōlens
adjective
unwilling

nolens
nōlens
adjective

Nolensis
Nōlensis
adjective
of Nola

nolenter
nōlenter
adverb

nolentia
nōlentia
noun
unwillingness

Noliba
Noliba
noun
a city in Tarraconian Spain

nolle
nollē
adverb
v. irreg

nolo, nolui
nōlo, nōluī
expression
v. irreg

noluntas
nōluntās
noun
unwillingness

noma
noma
noun

Nomaeus
Nomaeus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Nomae

Nomas
Nomas
noun
Numidia

Nomas
Nomas
noun
pastoral people that wander about with their flocks

nome
nomē
noun
a corroding sore

nomen
nōmen
noun
a name

nomenclatio
nōmenclātiō
noun
a calling by name

nomenclator
nōmenclātor
noun
one who calls

nomenclatura
nōmenclātūra
noun
a calling by name

nomenculator
nōmenculātor
noun
one who calls

nomenculator
nōmenculātor
cross-reference

Nomentanus
Nōmentānus
adjective
of or belonging to Nomentum

Nomentanus
Nōmentānus
noun
the Nomentans

Nomentanus
Nōmentānus
noun
a Roman surname

Nomentum
Nōmentum
noun
a city in the country of the Sabines

nomimus
nomimus
noun
a Roman surname

nominale
nōmināle
noun
the day on which a child received its name

nominalis
nōminālis
adjective
of or belonging to a name

nominaliter
nōmināliter
adverb
by name

nominatim
nōminātim
adverb
by name

nominatio
nōminātiō
noun
a naming

nominativus
nōminātīvus
adjective
of or belonging to naming

nominator
nōminātor
noun
a nominator

nominatorius
nōminātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to naming

nominatus
nōminātus
adjective
famed

nominatus
nōminātus
noun
a naming

nominatus
nōminātus
adjective

nominito
nōminitō
verb
to name

nomino
nōminō
verb
to call by name

nominum
nominum
noun
substantives that are not declined

Nomio
Nomiō
noun
a hymn to Apollo

Nomion
Nomion
noun
the Pasturer

Nomios
Nomios
noun
the Pasturer

nomisma
nomisma
noun
a piece of money

Nomius
Nomius
noun
the Pasturer

nomus
nomus
noun
A district

non
nōn
adverb
not

Nona
Nōna
noun
the fifth day in every month of the year

nona
nōna
noun

Nona
Nōna
noun
one of the three Fates

nona
nōna
noun
The ninth hour of the day

Nonacria
Nōnācria
noun
Atalanta

Nonacrinus
Nōnācrīnus
adjective
adj.

Nonacris
Nōnācris
noun
a mountain in Arcadia

Nonacrius
Nōnācrius
adjective
adj.

nonagenarius
nōnāgēnārius
adjective
that contains or consists of ninety

nonagenarius
nōnāgēnārius
noun
a commander of ninety men

nonageni
nōnāgēnī
adjective
adj. distr

nonagesimus
nōnāgēsimus
adjective
adj. ord

nonagessis
nōnāgessis
noun
a sum of ninety asses

nonagiens
nōnāgiens
adverb
ninety times

nonagies
nōnāgies
adverb
ninety times

nonaginta
nōnāgintā
adjective

Nonalis
Nōnālis
adjective
of or belonging to the nones

nonanus
nōnānus
adjective
of or belonging to the ninth legion

nonanus
nōnānus
noun
a soldier of the ninth legion

nonaria
nonaria
noun
a public

nonarius
nōnārius
adjective
of or belonging to the ninth hour

nondum
nondum
adverb
adv.

noneolae
noneolae
cross-reference

nongenarius
nongēnārius
adjective
containing nine hundred

nongeni
nongēnī
adjective
nine hundred each

nongenteni
nongentēnī
adjective
nine hundred each

nongentesimus
nongentēsimus
adjective

nongentesimus
nongentēsimus
cross-reference
adj. ord.

nongenti
nongentī
adjective
adj. card.

nongenties
nongenties
noun

nongenties
nōngenties
adverb
nine hundred times

nongentus
nongentus
noun
one of nine hundred inspectors of the ballot-boxes

nongentus
nongentus
noun

nongesimus
nongēsimus
cross-reference

nongesimus
nongēsimus
adjective
adj. ord

nonies
nōnies
adverb
nine times

nonigesimus
nōnigēsimus
adjective
adj. ord

noningentenarius
nōningentēnārius
adjective
containing nine hundred

noningentesimus
nōningentēsimus
cross-reference
adj. ord.

noningenti
nōningentī
adverb

noningenti
nōningenti
adjective
adj. card.

noningentiens
nōningentiens
adverb
nine hundred times

noningenties
nōningenties
adverb
nine hundred times

Nonius
Nōnius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens. So M. Nonius Suffenas

nonna
nonna
noun
A monk

nonna
nonna
noun

nonne
nonnē
adverb
not?

nonnemo
nonnēmō
noun
Some

nonnihil
nonnihil
noun

nonnisi
nonnisī
adverb

nonnon nemo
nonnon nēmō
noun
Some

nonnullus
nonnullus
noun
some

nonnullus
nonnullus
adjective
some

nonnumquam
nonnumquam
adverb
adv.

nonnunquam
nonnunquam
adverb
adv.

nonnus
nonnus
noun
A monk

nonnusquam
nonnusquam
cross-reference
adv.

nono
nōnō
adverb
ninthly

nonuncium
nōnuncium
cross-reference

nonus
nōnus
adjective
adj. ord

nonusdecimus
nōnusdecimus
adjective
adj. ord.

nonussis
nōnussis
noun
nine asses

Norba
Norba
noun
a city of Latium

Norbanus
Norbānus
noun
the Norbans

Norbanus
Norbānus
adjective
of or belonging to Norba

Norbanus
Norbānus
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Vibia

Noreia
Norēia
noun
a town in Noricum

Norensis
Nōrensis
adjective

Norensis
Nōrensis
adjective
of or belonging to Nora

Norensis
Nōrensis
noun
the inhabitants of Nora

Noricum
Nōricum
noun
a country lying between the Danube and the Alps

Noricus
Nōricus
adjective
of or belonging to Noricum

Noricus
Nōricus
noun
the Noricans

norma
norma
noun
a square

normalis
normālis
adjective
made according to the square

normaliter
normāliter
adverb
according to the square

normatio
normātiō
noun
a fashioning or adjusting according to the square

normatura
normātūra
noun
a fashioning or adjusting according to the square

normatus
normātus
adjective
adjusted according to the square

normo
normō
verb
to square

normula
normula
noun
a small square

Nortia
Nortia
noun
a goddess of the Volsinii

Norum
Nōrum
noun
A hill-fort between Lycaonia and Cappadocia

nos
nōs
cross-reference
we

noscentia
noscentia
noun
knowledge

noscibilis
noscibilis
adjective
knowable

noscitabundus
noscitābundus
adjective
adj.

noscito
noscitō
verb
to know

nosco
noscō
verb
to get a knowledge of

nosmet
nosmet
cross-reference

nosocomium
nosocomīum
noun
a hospital

nosocomus
nosocomus
noun
an attendant on the sick

noster
noster
adjective
our

Nostimus
Nostimus
noun
name of a Roman slave

Nostius
Nostius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

Nostius
Nostius
noun
name of a Roman freedman

Nostos
Nostos
noun
name of a Roman slave

nostras
nostras
adjective
of our country

nostratim
nostrātim
adverb
in our manner

nostratis
nostrātis
cross-reference

nota
nota
noun
a mark

notabilis
notābilis
adjective
noteworthy

notabiliter
notābiliter
adverb
remarkably

notaculum
notāculum
noun
a mark

notaria
notāria
noun
The art of writing

notaria
notāria
noun

notarius
notārius
adjective
of or belonging to writing in cipher or short-hand writing

notatio
notātiō
noun
a marking

notatus
notātus
adjective
P. a.

notatus
notātus
adjective

notesco
nōtescō
verb
to become known

nothus
nothus
adjective
spurious

noti
nōtī
adverb
acquaintances

notia
notia
noun
a plant

notia
notia
noun
a precious stone

notialis
notiālis
adjective
southern

notifico
nōtificō
verb
to make known

notio
nōtiō
noun
a becoming acquainted

notion
notion
noun
a plant

notitia
nōtitia
noun
a being known

notities
nōtitiēs
noun
a being known

notities
nōtities
noun

Notium
Notium
noun
a city and promontory near Colophon

notius
notius
adjective
southern

noto
notō
verb
to mark

notor
nōtor
noun
one who knows

notoria
nōtōria
noun

notorium
nōtōrium
noun
an information

notorius
nōtōrius
adjective
pointing out

notos
nōtos
noun
one who knows

Notos
Notos
noun
the south wind

Notos
Notos
noun

notos
nōtos
noun

notrix
notrix
cross-reference

notrix
notrix
noun
a wet-nurse

notula
notula
noun
a little mark

Notus
Notus
noun
the south wind

notus
nōtus
adjective
P. a.

novacula
novācula
noun
a sharp knife

novale
novāle
noun
Fallow land

novalis
novālis
noun
Fallow land

novalis
novālis
adjective
that is ploughed anew or for the first time

novamen
novāmen
noun
an innovation

Novanus
Novānus
noun
colonists

Novatianus
Novātiānus
noun
the followers of Novatius of Carthage

Novatilla
Novātilla
noun
a niece of Seneca the philosopher

novatio
novātiō
noun
a renewing

novator
novātor
noun
a renewer

novatrix
novātrix
noun
she who renews or changes

novatus
novātus
noun
a renewing

nove
novē
adverb
newly

novella
novella
noun
A vine newly planted

Novella
Novella
noun
the Novels

novellaster
novellaster
adjective
rather new

novelle
novellē
adverb
adv.

novelletum
novellētum
noun
a place planted with young trees or vines

novellitas
novellitās
noun
newness

novello
novellō
verb
to till new fields

novellus
novellus
adjective
young

Novellus
Novellus
noun
a Roman surname

novem
novem
adjective
nine

November
November
adjective
the ninth month of the old Roman year

Novembris
Novembris
adjective
the ninth month of the old Roman year

novemdecim
novemdecim
adjective
nineteen

novenarius
novēnārius
adjective
consisting of nine

novendecim
novendecim
adjective
nineteen

novendial
novendial
noun

novendial
novendial
noun

novendialis
novendiālis
adjective
nine-day

novennis
novennis
adjective
of nine years

Novensidis
Novensidis
noun
the new gods

Novensilis
Novensilis
noun
the new gods

novenus
novēnus
adjective
nine each

noverca
noverca
noun
a step-mother

noverca
noverca
noun
Ditches which drain off the waler imperfectly and slowly

novercalis
novercālis
adjective
of or belonging to a step-mother

novercor
novercor
verb
to act the step-mother to

Novesium
Novesium
noun
a city in

novi
nōvī
adverb

Novia
Novia
noun
the wife of Oppianicus

Novia
Novia
noun

Novianus
Noviānus
adjective
of or belonging to Novius

Novianus
Noviānus
adjective

novicio
novīciō
adverb
newly

noviciolus
novīciolus
adjective
rather new

novicium
novīcium
noun
a newly-coined word

novicius
novīcius
adjective
new

noviens
noviens
adjective
nine times

novies
novies
adjective
nine times

noviesdecies
noviesdecies
noun

novilunium
novilūnium
noun
the new moon

Noviodunum
Noviodūnum
noun
the name of several cities in Gaul

Noviodunum
Noviodūnum
noun
a city of Lower Maesia

Noviomagus
Noviomagus
cross-reference

novissimalis
novissimālis
adjective
of or belonging to the last

novissime
novissimē
adverb
recently

novissimum
novissimum
noun
the bottom

novissimus
novissimus
noun
the rear of an army

novissimus
novissimus
adjective
the latest

novitas
novitās
noun
a being new

noviter
noviter
adverb
newly

novitio
novītiō
adverb

novitio
novītiō
adverb
newly

novitiolus
novītiolus
cross-reference

novitius
novītius
cross-reference

novitius
novītius
adjective
new

Novius
Novius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens.

novo
novō
verb
to make new

Novocomensis
Novocōmensis
noun
the inhabitants of Comum

Novocomensis
Novocōmensis
adjective

Novomagus
Novomagus
cross-reference

novum
novum
noun
a new thing

Novum Comum
Novum Cōmum
expression

novus
novus
adjective
new

novus
novus
noun
recent writers

Nox
Nox
noun
the goddess of Night

nox
nox
noun
night

nox
nox
adverb
in the night

noxa
noxa
noun
hurt

noxale
noxāle
noun
an action on account of an injury

noxalis
noxālis
adjective
of or relating to an injury

noxia
noxia
noun
hurt

noxia
noxia
noun

noxialis
noxiālis
adjective
injurious

noxie
noxiē
adverb
injuriously

noxietas
noxietās
noun
guilt

noxiosus
noxiōsus
adjective
Very hurtful

noxitudo
noxitūdō
noun
guilt

noxius
noxius
adjective
Hurtful

Ns
Ns
noun
dwellers on the banks of the Nar

Nuba
Nūba
noun
a people of Africa

Nuba
Nūba
noun

Nuba
Nuba
noun

nubecula
nūbēcula
noun
a little cloud

nubes
nūbēs
noun
A cloud

Nubeus
Nūbeus
noun

nubifer
nūbifer
adjective
cloud-bearing

nubificus
nūbificus
adjective
producing clouds

nubifugus
nūbifugus
adjective
cloud-chasing

nubigena
nūbigena
noun
cloud-born

nubiger
nūbiger
adjective
borne by the clouds

nubigosus
nūbigōsus
adjective
full of clouds

nubila
nūbila
cross-reference

nubilare
nūbilāre
noun
a shed or barn

nubilarium
nūbilārium
noun
a shed or barn

nubilis
nūbilis
adjective
marriageable

nubilo
nūbilō
noun
to be cloudy or overcast

nubilosus
nūbilōsus
adjective
cloudy

nubilum
nūbilum
noun
a cloudy sky

nubilum
nūbilum
noun
the clouds

nubilus
nūbilus
adjective
cloudy

nubis
nūbis
noun
A cloud

nubis
nūbis
noun
a cloud

nubivagus
nūbivagus
adjective
wandering among the clouds

nubo
nūbō
verb
to cover

nubs
nubs
noun

nucalis
nucālis
adjective
like a nut

nucamentum
nucāmentum
noun
fir-cones

nucella
nucella
noun
a little nut

Nuceria
Nūceria
noun
the name of several cities

Nucerinus
Nūcerīnus
noun
the Nucerians

Nucerinus
Nūcerīnus
cross-reference
of or belonging to Nuceria

Nucerinus
Nucerīnus
cross-reference
of or belonging to Nuceria

nucetum
nucētum
noun
a wood where nut-trees grow

nuceus
nuceus
adjective
of a nut-tree

nucifrangibulum
nucifrangibulum
noun
a nut-cracker

nucinus
nucinus
adjective
of a nut-tree

nucipersicum
nucipersicum
noun
a peach grafted on a nut-tree

nuciprunum
nuciprūnum
noun
a plum grafted on a nut-tree

nucleatus
nucleātus
adjective
having a kernel or stone

nucleatus
nūcleātus
adjective
having a kernel or stone

nucleo
nūcleō
verb
to become kernelly

nucleo
nucleō
verb
to become kernelly

nucleolus
nucleolus
noun
a little nut

nucleolus
nūcleolus
noun
a little nut

nucleus
nūcleus
noun
a little nut

nucleus
nucleus
noun
a little nut

Nucra
Nūcra
noun
a city of Italy

nucula
nucula
noun
a small nut

Nucula
Nucula
noun
a Roman proper name

nuculeus
nuculeus
noun
a little nut

nucunculus
nucunculus
noun
nut-cake

nudatio
nūdātiō
noun
a stripping naked

nude
nūdē
adverb
nakedly

nudipedale
nūdipedāle
noun
A religious procession of persons with bare feet

nudipes
nūdipēs
adjective
barefoot

nuditas
nūditās
noun
bareness

nudius
nudius
adverb
it is now the.. day since

nudiustertianus
nudiustertiānus
adjective
made three days ago

nudo
nūdō
verb
to make naked or bare

nudulus
nūdulus
adjective
naked

nudus
nūdus
adjective
naked

nuga
nūga
noun
jokes

nugacissime
nūgācissimē
adverb
in the most trifling manner

nugacissume
nūgācissumē
adverb
in the most trifling manner

nugacitas
nūgācitās
noun
a trifling playfulness

nugalis
nūgālis
adjective
frivolous

nugalitas
nūgālitās
noun
foolery

nugamentum
nūgāmentum
noun
trifles

nugas
nūgas
cross-reference

nugator
nūgātor
noun
a jester

nugatorie
nūgātōriē
adverb
triflingly

nugatorius
nūgātōrius
adjective
trifling

nugatorius
nūgātōrius
noun
a worthless fellow

nugatrix
nūgātrix
noun
trifling

nugax
nūgax
adjective
jesting

nugigerulus
nūgīgerulus
noun

nugigerulus
nūgigerulus
noun

Nugipalamloquides
Nūgipalamloquidēs
noun
a public talker of nonsense

nugivendus
nūgivendus
noun
a dealer in female finery

nugo
nūgō
noun
a buffoon

nugor
nūgor
verb
To jest

nugula
nūgula
noun
jokes

Nuithonis
Nuithōnis
noun
a Germanic people near the Elbe

nulla
nulla
cross-reference
nothing

nullatenus
nullātenus
cross-reference
in nowise

nullibi
nullibī
adverb
nowhere

nullificamen
nullificāmen
noun
a despising

nullificatio
nullificātiō
noun
a despising

nullifico
nullificō
verb
to esteem lightly

nullus
nullus
noun
no one

nullus
nullus
adjective
not any

num
num
adverb
an

Numa
Numa
noun
a Roman proper name

Numana
Numāna
noun
a sea-coast town in Picenum

Numanas
Numānas
adjective
adj.

Numantia
Numantia
noun
a city in

Numantinus
Numantīnus
adjective
Numantine

Numantinus
Numantīnus
noun
the Numantines

Numantinus
Numantīnus
noun
a surname given to Scipio Africanus

Numanus
Numānus
noun
a Rutulian

numarius
nūmārius
cross-reference

numarius
nūmārius
adjective
of or belonging to money

numatio
nūmātiō
cross-reference

numatio
nūmātiō
cross-reference

numatus
nūmātus
adjective
moneyed

numatus
nūmātus
cross-reference

numella
numella
noun
a kind of shackle or fetter

numellus
numellus
noun

numen
nūmen
noun
a nodding with the head

numerabilis
numerābilis
adjective
that can be numbered or counted

numerabiliter
numerābiliter
adverb

numeralis
numerālis
adjective
of or belonging to number

Numeraria
Numerāria
noun
Arithmetic

numerarius
numerārius
noun
An arithmetician

numeratio
numerātiō
noun
a counting out

numerator
numerātor
noun
a counter

numeratum
numerātum
noun
ready money

numeratus
numerātus
adjective

numeratus
numerātus
adjective
P. a.

Numeria
Numeria
noun
The goddess of counting

Numerianus
Numeriānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Numerius

Numerius
Numerius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens. So

numerius
numerius
adjective
of or belonging to number

Numerius
Numerius
noun
a Roman

numero
numerō
adverb

numero
numerō
verb
to count

numero
numerō
verb
precisely

numerose
numerōsē
adverb

numerose
numerōsē
adverb

numerositas
numerōsitās
noun
A great number

numerositer
numerōsiter
adverb
rhythmically

numerosus
numerōsus
adjective
Consisting of a great number

numerus
numerus
noun
a number

Numesianus
Numesiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Numisius

Numestranus
Numestrānus
noun
the inhabitants of Numistro

Numicius
Numīcius
noun
a small river in Latium

Numicius
Numīcius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens. So

Numicus
Numīcus
noun
a small river in Latium

Numida
Numida
noun
a nomad

Numida
Numida
noun
a Numidian

Numidia
Numidia
noun
the country of Numidia

Numidianus
Numidiānus
adjective
adj

Numidicus
Numidicus
adjective
adj.

Numisianus
Numisiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Numisius

Numisius
Numisius
adjective
the name of a Roman and Latin gens.

numisma
numisma
noun
a piece of money

numisma
numisma
noun

Numistranus
Numistrānus
noun
the inhabitants of Numistro

Numistro
Numistrō
noun
a city in Lucania

Numitor
Numitor
noun
A king of Alba

Numitorius
Numitōrius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens.

nummarius
nummārius
adjective
of or belonging to money

nummatio
nummātiō
cross-reference

nummatus
nummātus
adjective
moneyed

nummisma
nummisma
noun

nummisma
nummisma
noun
a piece of money

Nummosexpalponides
Nummosexpalpōnidēs
noun
a flatterer for money

nummosus
nummōsus
adjective
well furnished with money

nummosus
nūmmōsus
adjective
well furnished with money

nummulariolus
nummulāriolus
noun
a money-changer

nummularius
nummulārius
adjective
of or belonging to moneychanging

nummularius
nummulārius
noun
a money-changer

nummulus
nummulus
noun
some money

nummus
nummus
noun
a piece of money

numnam
numnam
adjective

numne
numne
adjective

numqua
numqua
cross-reference

numquam
numquam
adverb
at no time

Numquampostreddonides
Numquampostreddōnidēs
noun
who never will return any thing

numquando
numquandō
cross-reference

numquid
numquid
cross-reference
adv. interrog

numquis
numquis
cross-reference
pron. interrog. adj

numulariolus
nūmulāriolus
noun
a money-changer

numularius
nūmulārius
noun
a money-changer

numularius
nūmulārius
adjective
of or belonging to moneychanging

numulus
nūmulus
noun
some money

numus
nūmus
noun
a piece of money

nunc
nunc
adverb
now

nunccine
nunccine
adverb

nuncia
nuncia
noun

nunciatio
nunciātiō
noun
a declaring

nunciator
nunciātor
noun
A reporter

nunciatrix
nunciātrix
noun
she that announces

nuncine
nuncinē
adverb

nuncine
nuncinē
adverb

nuncio
nunciō
verb
to announce

nuncubi
nuncubī
adverb
anywhere? whether anywhere?

nuncupatim
nuncupātim
adverb
by name

nuncupatio
nuncupātiō
noun
a naming

nuncupative
nuncupātīvē
adverb
nominally

nuncupativus
nuncupātīvus
adjective
so-called

nuncupator
nuncupātor
noun
a namer

nuncupo
nuncupō
verb
to call by name

nuncusque
nuncusquē
adverb
until now

nundialis
nundiālis
cross-reference

nundina
nundina
noun
the ninth day

nundina
nundina
noun
the ninth day

Nundina
Nundina
noun

nundina
nundina
noun

nundina
nundina
noun

nundinalis
nundinālis
adjective
of or belonging to the

nundinarius
nundinārius
adjective
of or belonging to a market or fair

nundinaticius
nundinātīcius
adjective
for sale

nundinatio
nundinātiō
noun
the holding of a market or fair

nundinatius
nundinātius
adjective
for sale

nundinator
nundinātor
noun
a trader

nundino
nundinō
verb
to sell

nundinor
nundinor
verb
to attend or hold market

nundino
nundinō
verb

nundinum
nundinum
noun
the markettime

nundinum
nundinum
noun

nundinus
nundinus
adjective
of or belonging to nine days

nunquam
nunquam
adverb
at no time

nunquam
nunquam
cross-reference

nunquis
nunquis
cross-reference

nunqumquid
nunqumquid
cross-reference
adv. interrog

nunqumquis
nunqumquis
cross-reference
pron. interrog. adj

nuntia
nuntia
noun

nuntia
nuntia
noun
a female messenger

nuntia
nuntia
noun

nuntiatio
nuntiātiō
noun
a declaring

nuntiator
nuntiātor
noun
A reporter

nuntiatrix
nuntiātrix
noun
she that announces

nuntio
nuntiō
verb
to announce

nuntius
nuntius
noun
a bearer of news

nuntius
nuntius
adjective
That announces

nuper
nūper
adverb
newly

nuperus
nūperus
adjective
late

Nups
Nups
cross-reference
the name of two cities in Egypt

Nupsia
Nupsia
cross-reference
the name of two cities in Egypt

Nupsis
Nupsis
cross-reference
the name of two cities in Egypt

nupta
nupta
noun

nupta
nūpta
noun
a married woman

nuptalicius
nuptālīcius
adjective
of or belonging to a marriage wedding-

nuptia
nuptia
noun
a marriage

nuptiabilis
nuptiābilis
adjective
marriageable

nuptialis
nuptiālis
adjective
of or belonging to a marriage

nuptialiter
nuptiāliter
adverb
as at a wedding

nuptiator
nuptiātor
noun
one who marries

nuptius
nuptius
adjective
of or belonging to a marriage wedding-

nupto
nuptō
verb
to marry wed

nuptula
nuptula
noun
a young wife

nupturio
nupturiō
verb
v. desid. n

nuptus
nuptus
adjective
P. a.

nuptus
nuptus
adjective

nuptus
nuptus
verb
to cover

nuptus
nuptus
noun
a covering

nura
nura
noun

nura
nura
noun
a daughter-in-law

nuricula
nurīcula
noun
a daughter-in-law

Nursia
Nursia
noun
a Sabine city

Nursinus
Nursīnus
adjective
adj.

Nursinus
Nursīnus
noun
the Nursians

Nurtia
Nurtia
noun
a goddess of the Volsinii

Nurtia
Nurtia
cross-reference

Nurtia
Nurtia
noun
a Sabine city

nurus
nurus
noun
a daughter-in-law

nus
nūs
noun
the understanding

nusciciosuo
nusciciōsuō
verb

nuscitiosuo
nuscitiōsuō
verb

nusquam
nusquam
adverb
nowhere

nutabilis
nūtābilis
adjective
tottering

nutabundus
nūtābundus
adjective
tottering

nutamen
nūtāmen
noun
a nodding

nutatio
nūtātiō
noun
A nodding

nutiquam
nutiquam
cross-reference

nutius
nūtius
adjective
that suckles

nuto
nūtō
verb
to nod

nutribile
nūtrībile
noun
nourishing food

nutribilis
nūtrībilis
adjective
nourishing

nutribiliter
nūtrībiliter
adverb
so as to be nourished or reared

nutricatio
nūtrīcātiō
noun
a suckling

nutricatus
nūtrīcātus
noun
a suckling

nutricia
nūtrīcia
noun
a nurse

nutricio
nūtrīciō
noun
a nurse

nutricium
nūtrīcium
noun
a nurse's wages

nutricium
nūtrīcium
noun
a nursing

nutricius
nūtrīcius
adjective
that suckles

nutricius
nūtrīcius
noun
a bringer up

nutricor
nūtrīcor
verb
to suckle

nutricor
nūtrīcor
verb
to suckle

nutricula
nūtrīcula
noun
a nurse

nutrimen
nūtrīmen
noun
nourishment

nutrimentalis
nūtrīmentālis
adjective
nourishing

nutrimentum
nūtrīmentum
noun
a bringing up

nutrimentum
nūtrīmentum
noun
nourishment

nutrio
nūtriō
verb
to suckle

nutrior
nūtrior
verb

nutritius
nūtrītius
adjective

nutritor
nūtrītor
noun
a bringer up

nutritorius
nūtrītōrius
adjective
Nourishing

nutritura
nūtrītūra
noun
a nursing

nutritus
nūtrītus
adjective

nutritus
nūtrītus
noun

nutrix
nūtrix
noun
a wet-nurse

nutus
nūtus
noun
a nodding

nux
nux
noun
a nut

nyctalmos
nyctalmos
cross-reference

nyctalopa
nyctalōpa
noun
the disease of one who cannot see in the twilight

nyctalopia
nyctalōpia
noun
the disease of one who cannot see in the twilight

nyctalops
nyctalops
adjective
That cannot see in the twilight

Nyctegresia
Nyctēgresia
noun
Night-watching

nyctegreton
nyctēgreton
noun
a plant that shines by night

nyctegretos
nyctēgretos
noun
a plant that shines by night

Nycteis
Nyctēis
noun

Nycteis
Nyctēis
noun
the Nycteide

Nyctelius
Nyctelius
adjective
an epithet of Bacchus

nycteris
nycteris
noun
a plant

Nycteus
Nycteus
noun
a son of Hyrieus and the nymph Clonia

nycticorax
nycticorax
noun
the night-raven

Nyctimene
Nyctimenē
noun
the daughter of Epopeus

nyctostrategus
nyctostratēgus
noun
the Greek name of the

nyma
nyma
noun
a plant

NYMFEUM
NYMFEUM
noun
a fountain consecrated to the nymphs at Corinth

nympha
nympha
noun
A bride

nymphaea
nymphaea
noun
the water-lily

NYMPHAEUM
NYMPHAEUM
noun
a fountain consecrated to the nymphs at Corinth

Nymphaeum
Nymphaeum
noun
a promontory and seaport in Illyria

Nymphaeus
Nymphaeus
noun
A river in Latium

nymphalis
nymphālis
adjective
of or belonging to a fountain

nympharena
nympharēna
noun

nymphe
nymphē
noun
A bride

Nympheros
Nympheros
noun
a Roman surname

nympheum
nymphēum
noun
a fountain consecrated to the nymphs at Corinth

Nymphias
Nymphias
noun
a Roman surname

Nymphicus
Nymphicus
noun
a Roman surname

Nymphidius
Nymphidius
noun
a Roman surname

nymphigena
nymphigena
noun
the Nymph-born

Nymphius
Nymphius
noun
a proper name

Nymphodorus
Nymphodōrus
noun
a Roman surname

Nymphodotus
Nymphodotus
noun
a Roman surname

nymphon
nymphon
noun
a bridal chamber

Nysa
Nȳsa
noun
the nurse of Bacchus

Nysa
Nȳsa
noun
the name of several cities

Nysaeus
Nysaeus
noun
the Nysaeans

Nysaeus
Nysaeus
adjective
Of or belonging to Nysa in Caria

Nyseis
Nȳsēis
noun
adj. f.

Nyseius
Nȳsēius
adjective
adj.

Nyseus
Nȳseus
noun
an epithet of Bacchus

Nysiacus
Nȳsiacus
adjective
adj.

Nysias
Nȳsias
noun
adj. f.

Nysigena
Nȳsigena
noun
born in Nysa

nysion
nȳsion
noun
ivy

Nysius
Nȳsius
adjective
adj.

Nyssa
Nyssa
noun
the name of several cities

Nyssos
Nyssos
noun
a city in Macedonia

Nysus
Nȳsus
noun
the tutor of Bacchus

 
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