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o
o
interjection
O! oh!

o
ō
interjection
O! oh!

ob
ob
preposition
[with verbs of motion] towards

obaeratus
obaerātus
adjective
involved in debt

obambulo
obambulō
verb
to walk before

obarmo
obarmō
verb
to arm

obaro
obarō
verb
to plough around

obcaeco
obcaecō
verb
to make blind

obcurro
obcurrō
verb
to run up

obdo
obdō
verb
to put against

obdormisco
obdormīscō
verb
to fall asleep

obduco
obdūcō
verb
to draw before

obductio
obductiō
noun
a covering

obductus
obductus
adjective
overspread

obduresco
obdūrēscō
verb
to grow hard

obduro
obdūrō
verb
to be hard

obediens
obediēns
adjective
obedient

obedienter
obēdienter
adverb
obediently

obedientia
obēdientia
noun
obedience

obedio
obēdiō
verb
to give ear

obeliscus
obeliscus
noun
an obelisk

obeo
obeō
verb
to go

obequito
obequitō
verb
to ride towards

oberro
oberrō
verb
to wander among

obesus
ōbēsus
adjective
that has eaten

obex
ōbex
noun
a bolt

obf
obf
cross-reference

obfero
obferō
verb
to bring before

obficio
obficiō
verb
to come in the way of

obfundo
obfundō
verb
to pour before

obgannio
obganniō
verb
to snarl at

obiacens
obiacēns
adjective
lying before

obicio
obiciō
verb
to throw before

obiectatio
obiectātiō
noun
a reproach

obiecto
obiectō
verb
to set against

obiectus
obiectus
adjective
lying before

obiectus
obiectus
noun
a putting against

obiratus
obīrātus
adjective
angered

obiter
obiter
adverb
on the way

obitus
obitus
noun
an approach

obiurgatio
obiūrgātiō
noun
a chiding

obiurgator
obiūrgātor
noun
a chider

obiurgatorius
obiūrgātōrius
adjective
chiding

obiurgo
obiūrgō
verb
to chide

oblanguesco
oblanguēscō
verb
to become feeble

oblatus
oblātus
participle
p. of offero

oblectamen
oblectāmen
noun
a delight

oblectamentum
oblectāmentum
noun
a delight

oblectatio
oblectātiō
noun
a delighting

oblecto
oblectō
verb
to delight

oblicus
oblīcus
adjective
sidelong

oblicus
oblīcus
cross-reference

oblido
oblīdō
verb
to squeeze together

obligatio
obligātiō
noun
an engaging

obligo
obligō
verb
to bind up

oblimo
oblīmō
verb
to cover with mud

oblino
oblinō
verb
to daub

oblique
oblīquē
adverb
athwart

obliquo
oblīquō
verb
to turn aside

obliquus
oblīquus
adjective
sidelong

oblitero
oblīterō
verb
to blot out

oblitesco
oblitēscō
verb
to hide

oblittero
oblitterō
verb
to blot out

oblitus
oblītus
adjective
forgetful

oblitus
oblitus
participle
p. of oblino

oblivio
oblīviō
noun
a being forgotten

obliviosus
oblīviōsus
adjective
that easily forgets

obliviscor
oblīvīscor
verb
to forget

oblivium
oblīvium
noun
forgetfulness

oblongus
oblongus
adjective
more long than wide

obloquor
obloquor
verb
to speak against

obluctor
obluctor
verb
to struggle against

obmolior
obmōlior
verb
to push before

obmurmuro
obmurmurō
verb
to murmur against

obmutesco
obmūtēscō
verb
to become dumb

obnatus
obnātus
adjective
growing on

obnitor
obnītor
verb
to bear upon

obnixe
obnīxē
adverb
with all one's strength

obnixus
obnīxus
adjective
strenuous

obnoxie
obnoxiē
adverb
slavishly

obnoxius
obnoxius
adjective
liable

obnubilus
obnūbilus
adjective
clouded over

obnubo
obnūbō
verb
to veil

obnuntiatio
obnūntiātiō
noun
of an augur

obnuntio
obnūntiō
verb
to tell

oboediens
oboediēns
adjective
obedient

oboedienter
oboedienter
adverb
obediently

oboedientia
oboedientia
noun
obedience

oboedio
oboediō
verb
to give ear

obolus
obolus
noun
a small Greek coin

oborior
oborior
verb
to arise

obpedo
obpēdō
verb
to break wind at

obpeto
obpetō
verb
to go to meet

obpono
obpōnō
verb
to set against

obprobrium
obprobrium
noun
a reproach

obrepo
obrēpō
verb
to creep up

obrigesco
obrigēscō
verb
to stiffen

obrogo
obrogō
verb
to repeal by implication

obruo
obruō
verb
to overwhelm

obrussa
obrussa
noun
a test

obrutus
obrutus
participle
p. of obruo

obs
obs
cross-reference

obsaepio
obsaepiō
verb
to hedge in

obsaturo
obsaturō
verb
to sate

obscaene
obscaenē
adverb
immodestly

obscaenitas
obscaenitās
noun
moral impurity

obscene
obscēnē
adverb
immodestly

obscenitas
obscēnitās
noun
moral impurity

obscenus
obscēnus
adjective
of adverse omen

obscuratio
obscūrātiō
noun
a darkening

obscure
obscūrē
adverb
darkly

obscuritas
obscūritās
noun
darkness

obscuro
obscūrō
verb
to render dark

obscurus
obscūrus
adjective
dark

obsecratio
obsecrātiō
noun
a beseeching

obsecro
obsecrō
verb
to beseech

obsecundo
obsecundō
verb
to comply

obsequens
obsequēns
adjective
yielding

obsequenter
obsequenter
adverb
compliantly

obsequentia
obsequentia
noun
complaisance

obsequium
obsequium
noun
compliance

obsequor
obsequor
verb
to comply

obsero
obserō
verb
to bolt

obsero
obserō
verb
to sow

observans
observāns
adjective
watchful

observantia
observantia
noun
attention

observatio
observātiō
noun
a watching

observito
observitō
verb
to watch carefully

observo
observō
verb
to watch

obses
obses
noun
a hostage

obsessio
obsessiō
noun
a blocking up

obsessor
obsessor
noun
a frequenter

obsessus
obsessus
participle
p. of obsideo

obsideo
obsideō
verb
to sit

obsidialis
obsidiālis
adjective
of a siege

obsidio
obsidiō
noun
a siege

obsidium
obsidium
noun
a siege

obsidium
obsidium
noun
the condition of a hostage

obsido
obsīdō
verb
to beset

obsignator
obsīgnātor
noun
a sealer

obsigno
obsīgnō
verb
to seal

obsisto
obsistō
verb
to take place before

obsitus
obsitus
participle
p. of 2 obsero

obsolefio
obsolefiō
verb
to wear out

obsolesco
obsolēscō
verb
to wear out

obsolete
obsolētē
adverb
in an old style

obsoletus
obsolētus
adjective
old

obsonium
obsōnium
noun
a relish

obsono
obsōnō
verb
to buy provisions

obstans
obstāns
noun
an obstruction

obstetrix
obstetrīx
noun
a midwife

obstinate
obstinātē
adverb
firmly

obstinatio
obstinātiō
noun
firmness

obstinatus
obstinātus
adjective
resolved

obstino
obstinō
verb
to resolve

obstipesco
obstipēscō
verb
to become senseless

obstipus
obstīpus
adjective
inclined

obstitrix
obstitrīx
noun
a midwife

obstitus
obstitus
adjective
opposite

obsto
obstō
verb
to stand before

obstrepo
obstrepō
verb
to make a noise against

obstringo
obstringō
verb
to shut in

obstructio
obstrūctiō
noun
an obstruction

obstrudo
obstrūdō
cross-reference

obstrudo
obstrūdō
verb
to thrust upon

obstruo
obstruō
verb
to build against

obstupefacio
obstupefaciō
verb
to astonish

obstupesco
obstupēscō
verb
to become senseless

obsum
obsum
verb
to be against

obsuo
obsuō
verb
to sew on

obsurdesco
obsurdēscō
verb
to become deaf

obtego
obtegō
verb
to cover over

obtemperatio
obtemperātiō
noun
a complying

obtempero
obtemperō
verb
to comply

obtendo
obtendō
verb
to spread before

obtentus
obtentus
participle
p. of obtendo

obtentus
obtentus
noun
a drawing over

obtero
obterō
verb
(subj plup. obtri_sset)

obtestatio
obtestātiō
noun
an adjuration

obtestor
obtestor
verb
to call as a witness

obtexo
obtexō
verb
to weave over

obticeo
obticeō
verb
to be silent

obticesco
obticēscō
verb
to be struck silent

obtineo
obtineō
verb
to hold fast

obtingo
obtingō
verb
to fall to the lot of

obtorpesco
obtorpēscō
verb
to grow stiff

obtorqueo
obtorqueō
verb
to twist

obtrectatio
obtrectātiō
noun
a belittling

obtrectator
obtrectātor
noun
a detractor

obtrecto
obtrectō
verb
to detract from

obtritus
obtrītus
participle
p. of obtero

obtrudo
obtrūdō
verb
to thrust upon

obtrunco
obtruncō
verb
to cut down

obtundo
obtundō
verb
to blunt

obtunsus
obtūnsus
adjective
blunt

obtunsus
obtūnsus
adjective
see obtu_sus

obturbo
obturbō
verb
to make turbid

obturo
obtūrō
verb
to stuff

obtusus
obtūsus
adjective
blunt

obtutus
obtūtus
noun
a looking at

obumbro
obumbrō
verb
to overshadow

obuncus
obuncus
adjective
bent in

obustus
obūstus
cross-reference
p.

obvallatus
obvāllātus
cross-reference
p.

obvenio
obveniō
verb
to come up to

obversor
obversor
verb
to make an appearance

obversus
obversus
adjective
turned against

obverto
obvertō
verb
to turn towards

ob viam
ob viam
adverb
in the way

obviam
obviam
adverb
in the way

obvius
obvius
adjective
in the way

obvolvo
obvolvō
verb
to wrap round

occaeco
occaecō
verb
to make blind

occallesco
occallēscō
verb
to grow callous

occano
occanō
verb
to blow into

occasio
occāsiō
noun
an opportunity

occasus
occāsus
noun
a falling

occasus
occāsus
participle
p. of 2 occido

occatio
occātiō
noun
a harrowing

occecini
occecinī
cross-reference
perf. of occino

occento
occentō
verb
to satirize in song

occidens
occidēns
noun
the sunset

occidio
occīdiō
noun
a massacre

occido
occīdō
verb
to strike down

occido
occidō
verb
to fall down

occiduus
occiduus
adjective
going down

occino
occinō
verb
to sing inauspiciously

occipio
occipiō
verb
to begin

occisio
occīsiō
noun
a massacre

occisus
occīsus
participle
p. of 1 occi_do

occludo
occlūdō
verb
to shut up

occo
occō
verb
to harrow

occubo
occubō
verb
to lie low

occulco
occulcō
verb
to tread down

occulo
occulō
verb
to cover

occultatio
occultātiō
noun
a covering

occultator
occultātor
noun
a concealer

occulte
occultē
adverb
in concealment

occulto
occultō
verb
to hide

occultus
occultus
adjective
covered up

occumbo
occumbō
verb
to fall in death

occupatio
occupātiō
noun
a taking possession

occupatus
occupātus
adjective
taken up

occupo
occupō
verb
to take into possession

occurro
occurrō
verb
to run up

occursatio
occursātiō
noun
a running to meet

occurso
occursō
verb
to run to meet

occursus
occursus
noun
a meeting

Oceanus
Ōceanus
noun
the great sea

ocellus
ocellus
noun
a little eye

ocior
ōcior
adjective
swifter

ocius
ōcius
adverb
more quickly

ocrea
ocrea
noun
a greave

ocreatus
ocreātus
adjective
greaved

octaphoros
octāphoros
adjective
carried by eight bearers

octavum
octāvum
adverb
for the eighth time

octavus
octāvus
adjective
the eighth

octavusdecimus
octāvusdecimus
adjective
the eighteenth

octiens
octiēns
adverb
eight times

octies
octiēs
adverb
eight times

octingentesimus
octingentēsimus
adjective
the eight hundredth

octipes
octipēs
adjective
eight-footed. Cancer

octiplicatus
octiplicātus
adjective
multiplied by eight

octo
octō
adjective
eight

October
Octōber
adjective
of the eighth month (later the tenth)

octodecim
octōdecim
adjective
eighteen

octogeni
octōgēnī
adjective
eighty each

octogensimus
octōgēnsimus
adjective
the eightieth

octogesimus
octōgēsimus
adjective
the eightieth

octogiens
octōgiēns
adjective
eighty times

octogies
octōgiēs
adjective
eighty times

octoginta
octōgintā
adjective
eighty

octoiugis
octōiugis
adjective
eight in a team

octoni
octōnī
adjective
eight each

octophoros
octōphoros
adjective
carried by eight bearers

octuplicatus
octuplicātus
adjective
multiplied by eight

octuplus
octuplus
adjective
eightfold

octussis
octussis
noun
eight asses (only abl plur.)

oculus
oculus
noun
an eye

odiernus
odiernus
adjective
of this day

odio
ōdiō
verb
to hate

odiose
odiōsē
adverb
hatefully

odiosus
odiōsus
adjective
hateful

odium
odium
noun
hatred

odor
odor
noun
a smell

odoratio
odōrātiō
noun
a smelling

odoratus
odōrātus
adjective
that has a smell

odoratus
odōrātus
noun
a smelling

odorifer
odōrifer
adjective
spreading odor

odoror
odōror
verb
to smell at

odoro
odōrō
verb
to make fragrant

odorus
odōrus
adjective
emitting odor

odos
odōs
noun
a smell

oeconomicus
oeconomicus
adjective
of domestic economy

Oedipus
Oedipūs
noun
a king of Thebes

oenophorum
oenophorum
noun
a wine-holder

oenus
oenus
adjective
one

oestrus
oestrus
noun
a gad-fly

oesus
oesus
noun
(old form of usus)

oesypum
oesypum
noun
the refuse of wool

ofella
ofella
noun
a bite

offa
offa
noun
a bit

offendo
offendō
verb
to hit

offensa
offēnsa
noun
disfavor

offensio
offēnsiō
noun
a striking against

offensiuncula
offēnsiuncula
noun
a slight offence

offenso
offēnsō
verb
to strike

offensus
offēnsus
adjective
offended

offero
offerō
verb
to bring before

officina
officīna
noun
a workshop

officio
officiō
verb
to come in the way of

officiose
officiōsē
adverb
courteously

officiosus
officiōsus
adjective
full of courtesy

officium
officium
noun
a service

offigo
offīgō
verb
to drive in

offirmatus
offīrmātus
adjective
firm

offirmo
offīrmō
verb
to hold fast

offulgeo
offulgeō
verb
to shine upon

offundo
offundō
verb
to pour before

offusus
offūsus
participle
p. of offundo

of persons
of persons
noun
a set

oggannio
ogganniō
verb
to snarl at

oh
oh
interjection
O! oh!

oh
ōh
interjection
O! oh!

ohe
ohē
interjection
interj.

ohe
ōhē
interjection
interj.

oiei
oiei
interjection
interj.

oinos
oinos
adjective
old for unus

old perpurigo
old perpūrigō
verb
to cleanse thoroughly

olea
olea
noun
an olive

oleaginus
oleāginus
adjective
of the olive-tree

olearius
oleārius
adjective
of oil

oleaster
oleaster
noun
the wild olive-tree

olens
olēns
adjective
smelling

oleo
oleō
verb
to emit a smell

oleum
oleum
noun
oil

olfacio
olfaciō
verb
to smell

olidus
olidus
adjective
smelling

olim
ōlim
adverb
at that time

olitor
olitor
cross-reference

olitorius
olitōrius
cross-reference

oliva
olīva
noun
an olive

olivetum
olīvētum
noun
an olive-grove

olivifer
olīvifer
adjective
olivebearing

olivom
olīvom
noun
oil

olivum
olīvum
noun
oil

olla
ōlla
noun
a pot

olle
olle
pronoun
that

olli
ollī
cross-reference

ollis
ollīs
cross-reference

ollos
ollōs
cross-reference

olor
olor
noun
a swan

olorinus
olōrīnus
adjective
of swans

olus
olus
cross-reference
{*}

olus
olus
noun
kitchen herbs

olusculum
olusculum
cross-reference
{*}

Olympiacus
Olympiacus
adjective
olympic

Olympias
Olympias
noun
an Olympiad

Olympicus
Olympicus
adjective
of the Olympic games

Olympium
Olympium
noun
the Olympic games

Olympos
Olympos
noun
a high mountain on the borders of Macedonia and Thessaly

Olympus
Olympus
noun
a high mountain on the borders of Macedonia and Thessaly

omasum
omāsum
noun
bullock's tripe

omen
ōmen
noun
a foreboding

omentum
ōmentum
noun
fat

ominor
ōminor
verb
to forbode

omissus
omissus
adjective
negligent

omitto
omittō
verb
to let go

omnigenus
omnigenus
adjective
of all kinds

omnino
omnīnō
adverb
altogether

omniparens
omniparēns
adjective
allbearing

omnipotens
omnipotēns
adjective
almighty

omnis
omnis
adjective
[plural] all

omnivagus
omnivagus
adjective
roving everywhere

omnivolus
omnivolus
adjective
willing all things

onager
onager
noun
a wild ass

onerarius
onerārius
adjective
of burden

onero
onerō
verb
to load

onerosus
onerōsus
adjective
burdensome

onus
onus
noun
a load

onustus
onustus
adjective
loaded

onyx
onyx
noun
a vessel of onyx

opacitas
opācitās
noun
shadiness

opaco
opācō
verb
to make shady

opacus
opācus
adjective
in the shade

opella
opella
noun
a bit of labor

opera
opera
noun
service

operans
operāns
participle
p. of operor

operarius
operārius
adjective
of labor

operatus
operātus
participle
p. of operor

operculum
operculum
noun
a cover

operimentum
operīmentum
noun
a covering

operior
operior
verb
to wait

operio
operiō
verb
to cover

operior
operior
cross-reference

operor
operor
verb
to work

operose
operōsē
adverb
painfully

operosus
operōsus
adjective
full of labor

opertus
opertus
adjective
hidden

opes
opes
cross-reference
plur. of ops

opicus
opicus
adjective
oscan

opifer
opifer
adjective
aidbringing

opifex
opifex
noun
a worker

opilio
ōpiliō
noun
a shepherd

opimus
opīmus
adjective
fat

opinabilis
opīnābilis
adjective
conjectural

opinans
opīnāns
participle
p. of opinor

opinatio
opīnātiō
noun
a supposition

opinato
opīnātō
adverb
[only with nec] unexpectedly

opinator
opīnātōr
noun
a conjecturer

opinatus
opīnātus
adjective
supposed

opinio
opīniō
noun
opinion

opiniosus
opīniōsus
adjective
es

opinor
opīnor
verb
to be of opinion

opinus
opīnus
adjective
supposing

opipare
opiparē
adverb
richly

opis
opis
cross-reference
gen. sing. of (ops)

opitulor
opitulor
verb
to bring aid

opobalsamum
opobalsamum
noun
the juice of the balsam-tree

oporteo
oporteō
verb
it is necessary

oportunitas
oportūnitās
noun
fitness

oportunus
oportūnus
adjective
fit

oppedo
oppēdō
verb
to break wind at

opperior
opperior
verb
to wait

oppeto
oppetō
verb
to go to meet

oppidanus
oppidānus
adjective
of a town

oppido
oppidō
adverb
very

oppidulum
oppidulum
noun
a village

oppidum
oppidum
noun
a town

oppignero
oppīgnerō
verb
to give as a pledge

oppilo
oppīlō
verb
to stop up

oppleo
oppleō
verb
to fill completely

oppono
oppōnō
verb
to set against

opportune
opportūnē
adverb
filly

opportunitas
opportūnitās
noun
fitness

opportunus
opportūnus
adjective
fit

oppositus
oppositus
adjective
standing against

oppositus
oppositus
noun
a placing against

oppressio
oppressiō
noun
a pressing down

opprimo
opprimō
verb
to press against

opprobrium
opprobrium
noun
a reproach

oppugnatio
oppūgnātiō
noun
a storming

oppugnator
oppūgnātor
noun
an assaulter

oppugno
oppūgnō
verb
to fight against

ops
ops
noun
aid

opsonium
opsōnium
noun
a relish

opstetrix
opstetrīx
noun
a midwife

opstruo
opstruō
verb
to build against

optabilis
optābilis
adjective
to be wished

optandus
optandus
adjective
desirable

optatio
optātiō
noun
a wishing

optato
optātō
adverb
as desired

optatus
optātus
adjective
wished

optempero
optemperō
verb
to comply

optero
opterō
verb
(subj plup. obtri_sset)

optimas
optimās
adjective
of the best

optime
optimē
adverb
[of manner] best

optimus
optimus
adjective
best

optineo
optineō
verb
to hold fast

optio
optiō
noun
an adjutant

optio
optiō
noun
choice

optivus
optīvus
adjective
chosen

opto
optō
verb
to choose

optumas
optumās
adjective
of the best

optume
optumē
adverb
[of manner] best

optumus
optumus
adjective
best

opulens
opulēns
adjective
rich

opulenter
opulenter
adverb
richly

opulentia
opulentia
noun
riches

opulento
opulentō
verb
to make rich

opulentus
opulentus
adjective
rich

opus
opus
noun
work

opusculum
opusculum
noun
a little work

ora
ōra
noun
an extremity

ora
ōra
noun
a cable

oraclum
ōrāclum
noun
a divine announcement

oraculum
ōrāculum
noun
a divine announcement

oratio
ōrātiō
noun
a speaking

oratiuncula
ōrātiuncula
noun
a little speech

orator
ōrātor
noun
a speaker

oratorie
ōrātōriē
adverb
oratorically

oratorius
ōrātōrius
adjective
of an orator

oratrix
ōrātrīx
noun
she that prays

oratum
ōrātum
noun
an entreaty

oratus
ōrātus
noun
a praying

orbator
orbātor
noun
one who deprives of children

orbatus
orbātus
participle
p. of orbo

orbis
orbis
noun
a ring

orbita
orbita
noun
a track

orbitas
orbitās
noun
destitution

orbo
orbō
verb
to deprive

orbus
orbus
adjective
deprived

orca
ōrca
noun
a large-bellied vessel

orchas
orchas
noun
an olive of oblong shape

orchestra
orchēstra
noun
part of the theatre in which the senate sat

Orcus
Orcus
noun
the Lower World

ordeum
ordeum
noun
barley

ordinarius
ōrdinārius
adjective
[of order] usual

ordinatim
ōrdinātim
adverb
in order

ordinatus
ōrdinātus
adjective
arranged

ordino
ōrdinō
verb
to order

ordior
ōrdior
verb
to begin a web

ordo
ōrdō
noun
a row

Oreas
Orēas
noun
a mountain-nymph

orexis
orexis
noun
a longing

organum
organum
noun
a musical instrument

Orgetorix
Orgetorīx
noun
a chief of the Helvetii

orgium
orgium
noun
the orgies

orichalcum
orichalcum
noun
yellow copper ore

oricilla
oricilla
noun
an ear-lap

oriens
oriēns
noun
the rising sun

origo
orīgō
noun
a beginning

orior
orior
verb
to arise

orior
orior
verb
to arise

Orion
Orīōn
noun
a mythical giant

Orion
Ōrīōn
noun
a mythical giant

oriundus
oriundus
adjective
descended

oriza
orīza
noun
rice

ornamentum
ōrnāmentum
noun
apparatus

ornate
ōrnātē
adverb
ornamentally

ornatrix
ōrnātrīx
noun
a female adorner

ornatus
ōrnātus
adjective
fitted out

ornatus
ōrnātus
noun
splendid dress

orno
ōrnō
verb
to fit out

ornus
ornus
noun
the wild mountain-ash

oro
ōrō
verb
to speak

orsum
ōrsum
noun
[plural] an undertaking

orsus
ōrsus
noun
a beginning

orsus
ōrsus
participle
p. of ordior

ortus
ortus
noun
a rising

ortus
ortus
adjective
sprung

oryx
oryx
noun
a gazelle

oryza
orȳza
noun
rice

os
os
noun
bone

os
ōs
noun
the mouth

oscen
ōscen
noun
a singing-bird

oscillum
ōscillum
noun
a little face

oscitans
ōscitāns
adjective
listless

oscitanter
ōscitanter
adverb
carelessly

oscito
ōscitō
verb
to open the mouth wide

osculatio
ōsculātiō
noun
a kissing

osculor
ōsculor
verb
to kiss

osculum
ōsculum
noun
a little mouth

osseus
osseus
adjective
of bone

ostendo
ostendō
verb
to stretch out

ostentatio
ostentātiō
noun
a showing

ostentator
ostentātor
noun
a displayer

ostento
ostentō
verb
to present to view

ostentum
ostentum
noun
a prodigy

ostentus
ostentus
participle
p. of ostendo

ostentus
ostentus
noun
a showing

ostiarium
ōstiārium
noun
a tax upon doors

ostiatim
ōstiātim
adverb
from door to door

Ostiensis
Ōstiēnsis
adjective
of Ostia

ostium
ōstium
noun
a door

ostrea
ostrea
noun
an oyster

ostreosus
ostreōsus
adjective
abounding in oysters

ostreum
ostreum
noun
an oyster

ostrifer
ostrifer
adjective
producing oysters

ostrinus
ostrīnus
adjective
purple

ostrum
ostrum
noun
the blood [sea]snail

osurus
ōsūrus
participle
pP. of odi

osus
ōsus
participle
pP. of odi

otior
ōtior
verb
to be at leisure

otiose
ōtiōsē
adverb
at leisure

otiosus
ōtiōsus
adjective
at leisure

otium
ōtium
noun
leisure

ovans
ovāns
adjective
exulting

ovatus
ovātus
participle
p. of ovo

ovile
ovīle
noun
a sheepfold

ovillus
ovīllus
adjective
of sheep

ovis
ovis
noun
a sheep

ovo
ovō
verb
to exult

ovum
ōvum
noun
an egg

 
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