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o
ō
interjection
O! Oh!

O
O
interjection
au

o
o
interjection
au

Oarion
Ōariōn
noun

Oasenus
Oasēnus
adjective
of or belonging to Oasis

Oasis
Oasis
noun
an inhabited spot

Oasites
Oasītēs
noun
of or belonging to Oasis

Oaxes
Oaxes
noun
a river in Crete

Oaxis
Oaxis
noun
a river in Crete

Oaxis
Oaxis
noun
of or belonging to the Oaxes

ob
ob
preposition
towards

obacerbat
obacerbat
cross-reference

obacero
obacerō
verb
to contradict

obaemuloor
obaemuloor
verb
to stir up

obaerarius
obaerārius
noun
a debtor who must work out his debt

obaeratus
obaerātus
adjective
involved in debt

obaeratus
obaerātus
noun
a person involved in debt

obambulatio
obambulātiō
noun
a going or walking about

obambulo
obambulō
verb
a.

Obarator
Obarātor
noun
the god of ploughing

obardesco
obardescō
verb
to blaze out

obaresco
obārescō
verb

obarmo
obarmō
verb
to arm

obaro
obarō
verb
to plough around

obatratus
obātrātus
adjective
obscured

obatresco
obātrescō
verb
to become black

obaudiens
obaudiens
adjective
P. a.

obaudiens
obaudiens
cross-reference

obaudientia
obaudientia
noun
obedience

obaudio
obaudiō
verb
to obey

obauditio
obaudītiō
noun
obedience

obauditus
obaudītus
noun
a listening

obauratus
obaurātus
adjective
adj.

obba
obba
noun
a beaker

Obba
Obba
noun
a city in Africa near Carthage

obbatus
obbātus
adverb

obblateratus
obblaterātus
adverb

obbrutesco
obbrūtescō
verb

obc
obc
prefix

obcaeccaecatio
obcaeccaecātiō
noun
a hiding

obcaeco
obcaecō
verb
to make blind

obcallatus
obcallātus
adjective
rendered callous

obcallesco
obcallescō
verb
to get a thick skin

obcano
obcanō
verb
to blow. sound

obcanto
obcantō
verb
to bewitch

obcelo
obcēlō
verb
to conceal

obcensus
obcensus
adjective
burnt

obcento
obcentō
verb
to sing at or before

obcido
obcīdō
verb
to strike down

obclamito
obclāmitō
verb
to cry out

obclaudo
obclaudō
verb

obclusus
obclūsus
adjective
shut

obc; occido
obc; occīdō
verb
to go towards

obculco
obculcō
verb
to tread or trample down

obculo
obculō
verb
to cover

obculto
obcultō
verb
to hide

obcumbo
obcumbō
verb
to fall or sink down

obcurro
obcurrō
verb
to run up to

obdensatio
obdensātiō
noun
a thickening

obditus
obditus
adjective

obdo
obdō
verb
to put

obdormio
obdormiō
verb
a.

obdormisco
obdormiscō
verb
to fall asleep

obdormito
obdormitō
verb
to fall asleep

obduco
obdūcō
verb
to lead or draw before

obductio
obductiō
noun
a covering

obducto
obductō
verb
to lead or conduct in opposition or rivalry to another

obductus
obductus
adjective

obdulcesco
obdulcescō
verb

obdulco
obdulcō
verb
to sweeten

obduratio
obdūrātiō
noun
a hardening

obdurefacio
obdūrefaciō
verb
to make hard

obduresco
obdūrescō
verb
to grow or become hard

obduro
obdūrō
verb
to harden

obediens
obēdiens
adjective
obedient

obedienter
obedienter
adverb
obediently

obedienter
obēdienter
adverb
P. a. fin

obedientia
obedientia
noun
obedience

obedio
obēdiō
verb
to give ear

obeditio
obedītiō
noun
obedience

obedo
obedō
verb
to eat

obeliscus
obeliscus
noun
An obelisk

obelus
obelus
noun
a critical mark

obeo
obeō
verb
come to or towards

obequito
obequitō
verb
to ride towards

oberro
oberrō
verb
to wander

obescet
obescet
cross-reference

obesitas
obēsitās
noun
fatness

obeso
obēsō
verb
to fatten

obesus
obēsus
adjective
Wasted away

obex
ōbex
noun
a bolt

obf
obf
prefix

obfarcinatus
obfarcinātus
adjective
stuffed or crammed full

obfero
obferō
verb
to bring before

obfertor
obfertor
noun
an offerer

obfertorium
obfertōrium
noun
a place to which offerings were brought

obferumenta
obferumenta
noun
a present

obficio
obficiō
verb
to come in the way of

obfigo
obfīgō
verb
to drive in

obfirmate
obfirmātē
adverb
firmly

obfirmatus
obfirmātus
adjective
firm

obfirmatus
obfirmātus
adjective

obfirmo
obfirmō
verb
to render firm

obflecto
obflectō
verb
to turn about

obfoco
obfōcō
verb
to strangle

obfrenatus
obfrēnātus
adjective
bridled

obfringo
obfringō
verb
to plough a second time

obfulcio
obfulciō
verb
to stop up

obfulgeo
obfulgeō
verb
to shine against or upon

obfundo
obfundō
verb
To pour before or around

obfuscatio
obfuscātiō
noun
a darkening

obfusco
obfuscō
verb
to darken

obfusus
obfūsus
adjective

obg
obg
prefix

obgannio
obganniō
verb
to yelp

obgero
obgerō
verb
to proffer

obhaereo
obhaereō
verb
to stick fast to

obhaeresco
obhaerescō
verb
tempp. perf.

obherbescere
obherbescere
cross-reference

obhorreo
obhorreō
verb
to bristle with

obhumo
obhumō
verb
to cover with earth

obicio
ōbiciō
verb
to throw or put before or towards

obiens
obiens
adjective

obigito
obigitō
verb
to disturb

obinductus
obinductus
adverb

obinunt
obinunt
cross-reference

obirascor
obīrascor
verb
to be angry at

obiratio
obīrātiō
noun
a becoming or being angry

obiratus
obīrātus
adjective
to be angry at

obiter
obiter
adverb
on the way

obitus
obitus
adjective

obitus
obitus
adjective
dead

obitus
obitus
noun
A going

objaceo
objaceō
verb
to lie before or over against

objectaculum
objectāculum
noun
a barrier

objectamen
objectāmen
noun
an objection

objectamentum
objectāmentum
noun
a reproach

objectatio
objectātiō
noun
a reproach

objectio
objectiō
noun
a throwing or putting before

objecto
objectō
verb
to throw before or against

objector
objector
noun
an accuser

objectum
objectum
noun
charges

objectus
objectus
noun
a casting before

objectus
objectus
adjective

objectus
objectus
adjective

objex
objex
cross-reference

objicio
objiciō
verb
to throw or put before or towards

objurgatio
objurgātiō
noun
a chiding

objurgator
objurgātor
noun
a chider

objurgatorius
objurgātōrius
adjective
chiding

objurgito
objurgitō
verb
to chide

objurgo
objurgō
verb
to chide

objurigo
objūrigō
verb
to chide

objuro
objūrō
verb
to bind by an oath

oblanguesco
oblanguescō
verb
languid

oblaqueatio
oblaqueātiō
noun
a digging or clearing away

oblaqueo
oblaqueō
verb
To dig about the roots

oblaticius
oblātīcius
adjective
freely offered or presented

oblatio
oblātiō
noun
an offering

oblatius
oblātius
adjective
freely offered or presented

oblativus
oblātīvus
adjective
freely given

oblator
oblātor
noun
an offerer

oblatratio
oblātrātiō
noun
a barking at

oblatrator
oblātrātor
noun
he that barks at

oblatratrix
oblātrātrix
noun
a female barker

oblatro
oblātrō
verb
to bark at

oblatus
oblātus
adjective

oblectabilis
oblectābilis
adjective
delightful

oblectamen
oblectāmen
noun
a delight

oblectamentum
oblectāmentum
noun
a delight

oblectaneus
oblectāneus
adjective
delightful

oblectatio
oblectātiō
noun
a delighting

oblectator
oblectātor
noun
a delighter

oblectatorius
oblectātōrius
adjective
delighting

oblecto
oblectō
verb
to delight

oblenio
oblēniō
verb
to soften

oblicus
oblīcus
adjective
sidelong

oblicus
oblicus
cross-reference

oblido
oblīdō
verb
To squeeze together

obligamentum
obligāmentum
noun
a band

obligatio
obligātiō
noun
A binding

obligatorius
obligātōrius
adjective
binding

obligatura
obligātūra
noun
a band

obligatus
obligātus
adjective

obligatus
obligātus
adjective
P. a.

obligo
obligō
verb
To bind or tie around

obligurio
obligūriō
verb
to devour

obliguritor
obligūrītor
noun
one who consumes his property in feasting

obliguritorr
obligūrītorr
noun
one who consumes his property in feasting

obligurrio
obligurriō
verb
to devour

oblimo
oblīmō
verb
to cover with mud or slime

oblinio
obliniō
verb
to bedaub

oblinitus
oblinītus
adjective

oblino
oblinō
verb
to daub or smear over

obliquatio
oblīquātiō
noun
a bending

oblique
oblīquē
adverb
sideways

obliquitas
oblīquitās
noun
a sidelong or slanting direction

obliquo
oblīquō
verb
to turn

Obliquoloquus
Oblīquoloquus
noun
one who speaks indirectly

obliquus
oblīquus
adjective
sidelong

obliscor
obliscor
verb
Fut

oblisus
oblīsus
adjective

oblitesco
oblitescō
verb
to hide or conceal one's self

oblitor
oblītor
noun
a forgetter

oblitteratio
oblītterātiō
noun
a blotting out

oblitteratio
oblitterātiō
noun
a blotting out

oblitterator
oblītterātor
noun
a blotter out

oblitterator
oblitterātor
noun
a blotter out

oblittero
oblitterō
verb
to blot out

oblittero
oblītterō
verb
to blot out

oblitterus
oblītterus
adjective
consigned to forgetfulness

oblitterus
oblitterus
adjective
consigned to forgetfulness

oblitus
oblitus
adjective

oblitus
oblītus
adjective

oblivialis
oblīviālis
adjective
that causes forgetfulness

oblivio
oblīviō
noun
a being forgotten

obliviosus
oblīviōsus
adjective
that easily forgets

obliviscor
oblīviscor
verb
to forget

oblivium
oblīvium
noun
forgetfulness

oblivius
oblīvius
adjective
sunk into oblivion

obloco
oblocō
verb
to let out

oblocuquutio
oblocūquūtiō
noun
contradiction

oblocutio
oblocūtiō
noun
contradiction

oblocutoquutor
oblocūtoquūtor
noun
a contradicter

oblocutor
oblocūtor
noun
a contradicter

oblongulus
oblongulus
adjective
rather long

oblongus
oblongus
adjective
rather long

obloquium
obloquium
noun
a contradiction

obloquor
obloquor
verb
to speak against

obloquutio
obloquūtiō
cross-reference

obloquutor
obloquūtor
cross-reference

oblucinasse
oblucinassē
adverb

obluctatio
obluctātiō
noun
a striving or struggling against

obluctor
obluctor
verb
to strive or struggle against

oblucuviasse
oblucuviasse
cross-reference

obludo
oblūdō
verb
To play off jokes

obluridus
oblūridus
adjective
adj.

obmanens
obmanens
cross-reference

obmarcesco
obmarcescō
verb

obmentans
obmentans
cross-reference

obmeritus
obmeritus
adjective
having deserved well of

obmmento
obmmentō
verb
to wait

obmolior
obmōlior
verb
to push or throw up

obmordeo
obmordeō
verb
to bite around

obmoveo
obmoveō
verb
to move or bring forward

obmurmuratio
obmurmurātiō
noun
a murmuring against

obmurmuro
obmurmurō
verb
to murmur against

obmussito
obmussitō
verb
to whisper or mutter against

obmusso
obmussō
verb
to whisper against

obmutesco
obmūtescō
verb
to be speechless

obnatus
obnātus
adjective
growing on or about

obnectere
obnectere
cross-reference

obnexus
obnexus
noun
a connecting

obniger
obniger
adjective
adj.

obnise
obnīsē
adverb
with all one's strength

obnise
obnīsē
adverb
P. a. fin

obnisus
obnīsus
adjective

obnisus
obnīsus
adjective
P. a.

obnisus
obnīsus
noun
exertion

obnitor
obnītor
verb
to bear

obnixe
obnixē
adverb
P. a. fin

obnixe
obnixē
adverb
with all one's strength

obnixus
obnixus
adjective

obnixus
obnixus
adjective
P. a.

obnoxie
obnoxiē
adverb

obnoxie
obnoxiē
adverb

obnoxio
obnoxiō
verb
to render subject or obnoxious to

obnoxiose
obnoxiōsē
adverb

obnoxiose
obnoxiōsē
adverb

obnoxiosus
obnoxiōsus
adjective
Subject

obnoxius
obnoxius
adjective
Subject

obnubilo
obnūbilō
verb
to cover with clouds or fog

obnubilus
obnūbilus
adjective
overclouded

obnubo
obnūbō
verb
to veil

obnunciatio
obnunciātiō
noun
an announcement of an opposing

obnuncio
obnunciō
verb
To tell

obnuntiatio
obnuntiātiō
noun
an announcement of an opposing

obnuntio
obnuntiō
verb
To tell

obnuptus
obnuptus
adjective

oboediens
oboediens
adjective
obedient

oboedienter
oboedienter
adverb
obediently

oboedientia
oboedientia
noun
obedience

oboedio
oboediō
verb
to give ear

oboeditio
oboedītiō
noun
obedience

oboleo
oboleō
verb
to smell of

obolus
obolus
noun
an obol

obominatus
obōminātus
adjective
wishing ill to

oborior
oborior
verb
to arise

oborsus
oborsus
adjective
beginning

obortus
obortus
adjective

obortus
obortus
adverb

obosculoor
obosculoor
verb
to kiss

obp
obp
prefix

obpallesco
obpallescō
verb
to turn pale

obpango
obpangō
verb
to fasten or fix on

obpecto
obpectō
verb
to comb off

obpedo
obpēdō
verb
to break wind at

obperior
obperior
verb
to wait

obpessulatus
obpessulātus
adjective
bolted or barred

obpetitus
obpetītus
adjective

obpeto
obpetō
verb
to go to meet

obpexus
obpexus
noun
sombing

obpico
obpicō
verb
to smear over or seal up with pitch

obpignerator
obpignerātor
noun
one who takes a pledge

obpignero
obpignerō
verb
to give as a pledge

obpilatio
obpīlātiō
noun
a stopping up

obpilo
obpīlō
verb
to stop up

obpleo
obpleō
verb
to fill completely

obploro
obplōrō
verb
to cry or wail at

obpono
obpōnō
verb
to set or place against

obporto
obportō
verb
to bring

obportunitas
obportūnitās
noun
fitness

obportunus
obportūnus
adjective
fit

obpositio
obpositiō
noun
an opposing

obpressio
obpressiō
noun
A pressing down

obpressiuncula
obpressiuncula
noun
a slight pressing

obpressus
obpressus
noun
a pressing down

obpressus
obpressus
adjective

obprimo
obprimō
verb
to press against

obprobramentum
obprobrāmentum
noun
a reproach

obprobramentum
obprōbrāmentum
noun
a reproach

obprobratio
obprōbrātiō
noun
a reproaching

obprobratio
obprobrātiō
noun
a reproaching

obprobriosus
obprobriōsus
adjective
opprobrious

obprobriosus
obprōbriōsus
adjective
opprobrious

obprobrium
obprobrium
noun
a reproach

obprobrium
obprōbrium
noun
a reproach

obprobro
obprobrō
verb
to reproach

obprobro
obprōbrō
verb
to reproach

obpugnatio
obpugnātiō
noun
a storming

obpugnator
obpugnātor
noun
an assaulter

obpugnatorius
obpugnātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a siege

obpugno
obpugnō
verb
to fight against

obpugno
obpugnō
verb
to beat with fists

obputo
obputō
verb
to prune

obquinisco
obquiniscō
verb
to bend down

obquinisco
obquiniscō
verb

obradio
obradiō
verb
to shine forth

obraucatus
obraucātus
adjective
grown hoarse

obrendarius
obrendārius
adjective
of or belonging to burial

Obrendarivm
Obrendarivm
noun
of or belonging to burial

obrepilatio
obrēpilātiō
noun

obrepo
obrēpō
verb
to creep up

obrepticius
obreptīcius
adjective
surreptitious

obreptio
obreptiō
noun
a creeping or stealing on

obreptius
obreptius
adjective
surreptitious

obreptive
obreptīvē
adverb
surreptitiously

obreptivus
obreptīvus
adjective
secret

obrepto
obreptō
verb
to steal on unawares

obreptus
obreptus
adjective

obretio
obrētiō
verb
to eatch in a net

obrigesco
obrigescō
verb
to grow hard

Obrimas
Obrimās
noun
a river in Phrygia Major

obrizum
obrīzum
cross-reference
pure gold

obroboratio
obrōborātiō
noun
rigidity of the nerves

obrodo
obrōdō
verb
to gnaw

obrogatio
obrogātiō
noun
a motion partly to repeal or alter one law by another

obrogo
obrogō
verb
Partly to repeal an existing law by proposing a new one

obructans
obructans
adjective
belching at

obruo
obruō
verb
to bury

obrussa
obrussa
noun
the testing or assaying of gold by fire in a cupel

obrutesco
obrūtescō
cross-reference

obrutus
obrutus
adjective

obryza
obrȳza
noun
standard gold

obryzatus
obrȳzātus
adjective
made of standard gold

obryzum
obrȳzum
cross-reference
pure gold

obryzum aurum
obryzum aurum
cross-reference
pure gold

obryzum aurum
obrȳzum aurum
noun
the testing or assaying of gold by fire in a cupel

obs
obs
preposition
towards

obsaepio
obsaepiō
verb
to hedge or fence in

obsalutare
obsalūtāre
cross-reference

obsatullo
obsatullō
verb
to sate

obsaturo
obsaturō
verb
to sate

obscaen
obscaen
cross-reference

obscaene
obscaenē
adverb
impurely

obscaenitas
obscaenitās
noun
Unfavorableness

obscaenus
obscaenus
adjective
of adverse

obscaevo
obscaevō
verb
to give or bring a bad omen

obscene
obscēnē
adverb
impurely

obscenitas
obscēnitās
noun
Unfavorableness

obscenum
obscēnum
noun
the excrements

obscenum
obscēnum
noun
the private parts

obscenum
obscēnum
noun
the private parts

obscenus
obscēnus
adjective
of adverse

obscenus
obscēnus
noun
a lewd person

obscoene
obscoenē
adverb
impurely

obscoenitas
obscoenitās
noun
Unfavorableness

obscoenus
obscoenus
adjective
of adverse

obscuratio
obscūrātiō
noun
a darkening

obscure
obscūrē
adverb
darkly

obscurefacio
obscūrefaciō
verb
to obscure

obscuritas
obscūritās
noun
a being dark

obscuro
obscūrō
verb
to render dark

obscurum
obscūrum
noun
dim light

obscurum
obscūrum
cross-reference
darkling

obscurus
obscūrus
adjective
dark

Obscus
Obscus
noun
the Oscans

obsecratio
obsecrātiō
noun
a beseeching

obsecrator
obsecrātor
noun
one who entreats

obsecro
obsecrō
verb
to beseech

obsecundanter
obsecundanter
adverb
in compliance with

obsecundatio
obsecundātiō
noun
compliance

obsecundator
obsecundātor
noun
a servant

obsecundo
obsecundō
verb
to be compliant

obsecutio
obsecūtiō
noun
compliance

obsecutor
obsecūtor
noun
an obeyer

obsepio
obsēpiō
verb
to hedge or fence in

obseptus
obseptus
adjective

obsequela
obsequēla
noun
compliance

obsequella
obsequella
noun
compliance

obsequens
obsequens
adjective

Obsequens
Obsequens
adjective
a Roman proper name

obsequens
obsequens
adjective

obsequenter
obsequenter
adverb
P. a. fin

obsequenter
obsequenter
adverb
compliantly

obsequentia
obsequentia
noun
compliance

obsequia
obsequia
noun
funeral rites

obsequialis
obsequiālis
adjective
complying

obsequibilis
obsequibilis
adjective
com

obsequiosus
obsequiōsus
adjective
complying

obsequium
obsequium
noun
compliance

obsequor
obsequor
verb
to accommodate one's self to the will of

obsequutio
obsequūtiō
cross-reference

obsequutio
obsequūtiō
noun
compliance

obsequutor
obsequūtor
noun
an obeyer

obsequutor
obsequūtor
cross-reference

obsero
obserō
verb
to bolt

obsero
obserō
verb
To sow or plant

observabilis
observābilis
adjective
remarkable

observans
observans
adjective

observans
observans
adjective

observanter
observanter
adverb
carefully

observanter
observanter
adverb
P. a. fin

observantia
observantia
noun
a remarking

observate
observātē
adverb
adv.

observatio
observātiō
noun
a watching

observator
observātor
noun
a watcher

observatrix
observātrix
noun
she that observes

observatus
observātus
noun
observation

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
one who sits

obsessus
obsessus
adjective

obsianum
obsiānum
noun
obsidian

Obsianus
Obsiānus
adjective

Obsianus
Obsiānus
adjective
belonging to Obsius

obsibilo
obsībilō
verb
to whistle away

obsidatus
obsidātus
noun
the condition of a hostage

obsideo
obsideō
verb
to sit at

obsidialis
obsidiālis
adjective
of or for besieging

Obsidianus
Obsidiānus
cross-reference

obsidio
obsidiō
noun
a siege

obsidior
obsidior
verb
to lie in wait for

obsidionalis
obsidiōnālis
adjective
of or belonging to a siege

obsidium
obsidium
noun
the condition of a hostage

obsidium
obsidium
noun
a siege

Obsidius
Obsidius
noun
a Roman surname

obsido
obsīdō
verb
to beset

obsignatio
obsignātiō
noun
a sealing

obsignator
obsignātor
noun
a sealer

obsigno
obsignō
verb
to seal

obsipo
obsipō
verb
to sprinkle at or upon

obsisto
obsistō
verb
to set

obsitus
obsitus
adjective

Obsius
Obsius
noun
a Roman surname

obsolefacio
obsolefaciō
verb
to wear out

obsolefio
obsolefīō
verb
to wear out

obsoleo
obsoleō
verb

obsolesco
obsolescō
verb
to wear out

obsolete
obsolētē
adverb
in an old or worn-out style

obsoleto
obsolētō
verb
to degrade

obsoletus
obsolētus
adjective

obsoletus
obsolētus
adjective
old

obsolidatus
obsolidātus
verb
to make firm or fast

obsolido
obsolidō
verb
to make firm or fast

obsonatio
obsōnātiō
noun
a buying of victuals

obsonator
obsōnātor
noun
a buyer of victuals

obsonatus
obsōnātus
noun
a catering

obsonito
obsōnitō
verb
to feast

obsonium
obsōnium
noun
that which is eaten with bread

obsonor
obsōnor
verb
to buy provisions

obsono
obsonō
verb
to interrupt by a sound

obsopesco
obsopescō
verb
to fall asleep

obsopio
obsopiō
verb
to put or lull to sleep

obsopitus
obsopītus
adjective

obsorbeo
obsorbeō
verb
to sup or drink up

obsordesco
obsordescō
verb
to wear out

obstaculum
obstāculum
noun
a hinderance

obstans
obstans
adjective

obstans
obstans
noun

obstans
obstans
noun

obstantia
obstantia
noun
a standing before or against

obsterno
obsternō
verb
to strew or cast before

obstetius
obstetius
adjective
of or belonging to a midwife

obstetius
obstētius
adjective
of or belonging to a midwife

obstetricium
obstetrīcium
noun
midwifery

obstetricium
obstētrīcium
noun
midwifery

obstetricius
obstētrīcius
adjective
of or belonging to a midwife

obstetricius
obstetrīcius
adjective
of or belonging to a midwife

obstetrico
obstētrīcō
verb
to perform the office of a midwife

obstetrico
obstetrīcō
verb
to perform the office of a midwife

obstetrix
obstetrix
noun
a midwife

obstetrix
obstētrix
noun
a midwife

obstinate
obstinātē
adverb
firmly

obstinatio
obstinātiō
noun
firmness

obstinatus
obstinātus
adjective
firmly set

obstinet
obstinet
cross-reference

obstino
obstinō
verb
to set about

obstipatio
obstīpātiō
noun
the close pressure

obstipe
obstīpē
adverb
adv.

obstipesco
obstipescō
verb
a.

obstipus
obstīpus
adjective
bent or inclined to one side

obstitrix
obstitrix
noun
a midwife

obstitrix
obstītrix
noun
a midwife

obstitus
obstītus
adjective

obstitus
obstitus
adjective

obstitus
obstitus
adjective
Over against

obsto
obstō
verb
to stand before or against

obstragulum
obstrāgulum
noun
a strap

obstrangulatus
obstrangulātus
adjective
strangled

obstreperus
obstreperus
adjective
clamorous

obstrepitaculum
obstrepitāculum
noun
a clamor against

obstrepito
obstrepitō
verb
to sound against

obstrepo
obstrepō
verb
to make a noise against or at

obstricte
obstrictē
adverb
adv.

obstrictus
obstrictus
adjective
P. a.

obstrictus
obstrictus
noun
a binding

obstrictus
obstrictus
adjective

obstrigillator
obstrigillātor
noun
an opposer

obstrigillo
obstrigillō
verb
to hinder

obstrigillus
obstrigillus
noun
a shoe-sole

obstringillo
obstringillō
verb
to hinder

obstringo
obstringō
verb
To bind to or about

obstructio
obstructiō
noun
a building before or against

obstructus
obstructus
adjective

obstrudo
obstrūdō
verb
to thrust into or against

obstrudo
obstrūdō
verb

obstrudulentus
obstrūdulentus
adjective
that can be swallowed down

obstruo
obstruō
verb
to build before or against

obstrusus
obstrūsus
cross-reference

obstupefacio
obstupefaciō
verb
to astonish

obstupefio
obstupefīō
verb
to astonish

obstupendus
obstupendus
adjective
astounding

obstupesco
obstupescō
verb
a.

obstupesco
obstupescō
verb

obstupidus
obstupidus
adjective
amazed

obstupratus
obstūprātus
adjective
defiled

obstupratus
obstuprātus
adjective
defiled

obsufflo
obsufflō
verb
to blow against or at

obsum
obsum
verb
to be against

obsuo
obsuō
verb
To sew on

obsurdatus
obsurdātus
adjective
rendered deaf

obsurdefacio
obsurdefaciō
verb
to render deaf

obsurdesco
obsurdescō
verb
to become deaf

obsutus
obsūtus
adjective

obt
obt
cross-reference

obtaedesco
obtaedescō
verb
to disgust

obtectus
obtectus
noun
a covering

obtectus
obtectus
adjective

obtego
obtegō
verb
to cover over

obtemperanter
obtemperanter
adverb
willingly

obtemperatio
obtemperātiō
noun
a complying with or submitting to

obtemperator
obtemperātor
noun
one who obeys

obtempero
obtemperō
verb
to comply with

obtendo
obtendō
verb
To draw

obtenebratio
obtenebrātiō
noun
darkness

obtenebresco
obtenebrescō
verb
to become or grow dark

obtenebro
obtenebrō
verb
to make dark

obtensus
obtensus
noun
a pretext

obtentio
obtentiō
noun
a covering

obtento
obtentō
verb

obtentus
obtentus
adjective

obtentus
obtentus
noun
A drawing

obtero
obterō
verb
To bruise

obtestatio
obtestātiō
noun
an adjuring

obtestatus
obtestātus
adjective

obtestatus
obtestātus
adjective
earnestly entreated

obtestor
obtestor
verb
to call as a witness

obtexo
obtexō
verb
To weave to or over

obticentia
obticentia
noun
a pause

obticeo
obticeō
verb
to be silent

obticesco
obticescō
verb
to become or be struck silent

obtigo
obtigō
verb
to cover over

obtigo
obtigō
verb

obtinentia
obtinentia
noun
a holding fast

obtineo
obtineō
verb
To take hold of

obtingo
obtingō
verb
to touch

obtinnio
obtinniō
verb
to tingle

obtorpeo
obtorpeō
verb
to be numb

obtorpesco
obtorpescō
verb
to become numb or stiff

obtorqueo
obtorqueō
verb
To turn towards

obtortio
obtortiō
noun
a twisting

obtortus
obtortus
adjective

obtractat
obtractat
cross-reference

obtractatio
obtractātiō
noun
the touch

obtraho
obtrahō
verb
to draw or turn towards

obtrectatio
obtrectātiō
noun
an envious detracting

obtrectator
obtrectātor
noun
a detractor

obtrectatus
obtrectātus
noun
detraction

obtrecto
obtrectō
verb
to detract from through envy

obtritio
obtrītiō
noun
contrition

obtritus
obtrītus
adjective

obtritus
obtrītus
noun
a bruising

obtrudo
obtrūdō
verb
to thrust into or against

obtruncatio
obtruncātiō
noun
a cutting away

obtrunco
obtruncō
verb
to cut off

obtrusio
obtrūsiō
noun
a thrusting in

obtueor
obtueor
verb
To look at

obtuitus
obtuitus
noun

obtundo
obtundō
verb
To strike or beat against

obtunsio
obtunsiō
noun
a beating upon

obtunsus
obtunsus
adjective
blunt

obtunsus
obtunsus
adjective

obtuorr
obtuor
verb
To look at

obturaculum
obtūrāculum
noun
a stopper

obturamentum
obtūrāmentum
noun
a stopper

obturatio
obtūrātiō
noun
a stopping up

obturbatio
obturbātiō
noun
perturbation

obturbator
obturbātor
noun
a troubler

obturbo
obturbō
verb
to stir up

obturgesco
obturgescō
verb
to begin to swell

obturo
obtūrō
verb
to stop up

obtuse
obtūsē
adverb
dully

obtusiangulus
obtūsiangulus
adjective
having an obtuse angle

obtusio
obtūsiō
noun
a crushing

obtusus
obtūsus
adjective
blunt

obtusus
obtūsus
adjective

obtutus
obtūtus
noun
a seeing

obultroneus
obultrōneus
adjective
voluntary

obumbraculum
obumbrāculum
noun
an obscuration

obumbratio
obumbrātiō
noun
a shading

obumbratrix
obumbrātrix
noun
she that shades or darkens

obumbro
obumbrō
verb
to overshadow

obuncatus
obuncātus
adjective
bent inward

obunctulus
obunctulus
adjective
slightly anointed

obunctus
obunctus
adjective
anointed

obunculus
obunculus
cross-reference

obuncus
obuncus
adjective
bent in

obundans
obundans
adjective
overflowing

obundatio
obundātiō
noun
an overflowing

obustus
obustus
adjective
burnt around

obvagio
obvāgiō
verb
to whine or whimper about

obvagulo
obvāgulō
verb
to demand aloud

obvallo
obvallō
verb
to surround with a wall or rampart

obvaricator
obvāricātor
noun

obvaro
obvārō
verb
to be opposed to

obvelo
obvēlō
verb
to cover over

obvenientia
obvenientia
noun
chance

obvenio
obveniō
verb
to come before or in the way of

obventicius
obventīcius
adjective
accidental

obventio
obventiō
noun
income

obventius
obventius
adjective
accidental

obventus
obventus
noun
a meeting

obverbero
obverberō
verb
to beat soundly

obversio
obversiō
noun
a turning towards

obversor
obversor
verb
to take position opposite or over against

obversor
obversor
verb
to take position opposite or over against

obversus
obversus
adjective

obversus
obversus
adjective
turned towards or against

obverto
obvertō
verb
To turn

ob viam
ob viam
adverb
in the way

obviam
obviam
adverb
in the way

obvigilo
obvigilō
verb
to be watchful

obvio
obviō
verb
to meet

obviolo
obviolō
verb
to violate

obvius
obvius
adjective
in the way

obvolito
obvolitō
verb
to fly or flit around

obvolutatus
obvolūtātus
adjective
entangled

obvolutio
obvolūtiō
noun
a wrapping round

obvolutus
obvolūtus
adjective

obvolvo
obvolvō
verb
to wrap round

occa
occa
noun
a harrow

occabus
occabus
noun
an armlet

occaecatio
occaecātiō
noun
a hiding

occaeco
occaecō
verb
to make blind

occaedes
occaedes
noun

occalesco
occalescō
verb
to become warm

occallatus
occallātus
adjective
rendered callous

occallesco
occallescō
verb
to get a thick skin

occamen
occāmen
noun
a harrowing

occano
occanō
verb
to blow. sound

occanto
occantō
verb
to bewitch

occasio
occāsiō
noun
an occasion

occasionaliter
occāsiōnāliter
adverb
as occasions arise

occasiuncula
occāsiuncula
noun
an occasion

occasivus
occāsīvus
adjective
of or belonging to setting or going down

occasus
occāsus
adjective

occasus
occāsus
noun
A falling

occatio
occātiō
noun
a harrowing

occator
occātor
noun
a harrower

occatorius
occātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a harrower

occecurri
occecurrī
adverb

occedo
occēdō
verb
to go towards

occelo
occēlō
verb
to conceal

occensus
occensus
adjective
burnt

occentatio
occentātiō
noun
a sounding

occento
occentō
verb
to sing at or before

occentus
occentus
noun
a singing

occepso
occepsō
cross-reference

occepto
occeptō
verb
to begin

occhus
occhus
noun
a kind of tree in Hyrcania

Occia
Occia
noun
the name of a Vestal

occidaneus
occidāneus
adjective
of or belonging to the west

occidens
occidens
adjective

occidens
occidens
adjective
P. a.

occidentalis
occidentālis
adjective
western

occidio
occīdiō
noun
a massacre

occidium
occīdium
noun
destruction

occido
occidō
verb
to fall down

occido
occīdō
cross-reference

occido
occīdō
verb
to strike down

occidualis
occiduālis
adjective
western

occiduus
occiduus
adjective
Going down

occillator
occillātor
noun
a harrower

occillo
occillō
verb
to break

occino
occinō
verb
To sing or chirp inauspiciously

occipio
occipiō
verb
to begin

occipitium
occipitium
noun
the back part of the head

occiput
occiput
noun
the back part of the head

occisio
occīsiō
noun
a massacre

occisitantur
occīsitantur
cross-reference

occisor
occīsor
noun
a slayer

occisorius
occīsōrius
adjective
of or for slaughter

occisus
occīsus
adjective

occisus
occīsus
adjective
ruined

occlamito
occlāmitō
verb
to cry out

occlaudo
occlaudō
verb

occlaudo
occlaudō
verb
to shut or close up

occludo
occlūdō
verb
to shut or close up

occlusus
occlūsus
adjective

occlusus
occlūsus
adjective
shut

occo
occō
verb
to harrow

occoeno
occoenō
verb

occoepi
occoepī
adverb

occubitus
occubitus
noun
a going down

occubo
occubō
verb
to lie

occulco
occulcō
verb
to tread or trample down

occulo
occulō
verb
to cover

occultatio
occultātiō
noun
a hiding

occultator
occultātor
noun
a hider

occulte
occultē
adverb
in concealment

occultim
occultim
adverb
in concealment

occulto
occultō
adverb

occulto
occultō
adverb
in concealment

occulto
occultō
verb
to hide

occultum
occultum
noun
secrecy

occultus
occultus
adjective
hidden

occultus
occultus
adjective

occumbo
occumbō
verb
to fall or sink down

occupaticius
occupātīcius
cross-reference

occupatio
occupātiō
noun
a taking possession of

occupatorius
occupātōrius
adjective
that has been taken possession of

occupatus
occupātus
noun
an employment

occupatus
occupātus
adjective

occupatus
occupātus
adjective
taken up

occupo
occupō
verb
to take possession of

occurro
occurrō
verb
to run up to

occursaculum
occursāculum
noun
that which meets or appears to one

occursatio
occursātiō
noun
a running to meet one

occursator
occursātor
noun
one who runs up to others

occursatrix
occursātrix
noun
she that runs up to one

occursio
occursiō
noun
a meeting

occursito
occursitō
verb
to meet

occurso
occursō
verb
to run

occursor
occursor
noun
a meeter

occursorius
occursōrius
adjective
of or belonging to meeting

occursus
occursus
noun
a meeting

oce
ocē
noun
a kind of little bird

Oceanensis
Ōceanensis
adjective
of or belonging to the ocean

Oceanensis
Ōceanensis
adjective

Oceaneolus
Ōceaneolus
noun
the name of a Roman gens

Oceanitis
Ōceanītis
noun

Oceanitis
Ōceanītis
noun
a daughter of Ocean

Oceanum
Ōceanum
noun
the great sea that encompasses the land

Oceanus
Ōceanus
noun
the great sea that encompasses the land

Ocelis
Ōcēlis
noun
a city on the Arabian Gulf

Ocella
Ocella
noun
a Roman surname

ocellatum
ocellātum
noun
a small stone marked with eyes or spots

ocellatus
ocellātus
adjective
having little eyes

Ocellina
Ocellīna
noun
a female surname

ocellulus
ocellulus
noun
a little eye

ocellus
ocellus
noun
a little eye

Ocelum
Ōcelum
noun
a city in Gallia Cisalpina

Ochanus
Ochānus
noun
a people on the shores of the Caspian Sea

ochra
ōchra
noun
ochre

Ochus
Ōchus
noun
A river in Bactriana

ocimoides
ōcimoīdes
noun
ocimum-like

ocimum
ōcimum
noun
basil

ocimum
ōcimum
noun
an herb which serves for fodder

ocinum
ōcinum
noun
an herb which serves for fodder

ocior
ocior
cross-reference

ocior
ōcior
adjective
swifter

ociter
ōciter
adverb
quickly

ocliferius
ocliferius
adjective
striking the eyes

Ocnos
Ocnos
cross-reference
The founder of the city of Mantua

Ocnus
Ocnus
cross-reference
The founder of the city of Mantua

ocquinisco
ocquiniscō
verb
to bend down

Ocrea
Ocrea
noun
a Roman surname

ocrea
ocrea
noun
x greave or leggin

ocrea
ōcrea
noun
x greave or leggin

ocreatus
ōcreātus
adjective
greaved

ocreatus
ocreātus
adjective
greaved

Ocresia
Ocrēsia
noun
a female slave of Tanaquil

Ocricolanus
Ocricolānus
adjective
of or belonging to Ocriculum

Ocriculanus
Ocriculānus
noun
the inhabitants of Ocriculum

Ocriculanus
Ocriculānus
adjective
of or belonging to Ocriculum

Ocriculum
Ocriculum
noun
a city in Umbria

ocris
ocris
noun
a broken

Ocrisia
Ocrīsia
cross-reference

Ocrisia
Ocrīsia
noun
a female slave of Tanaquil

octachordos
octachordos
adjective
eight-stringed

octachorus
octachōrus
adjective
having four sides

octaedros
octaedros
noun
eight-sided

octaedros
octaēdros
noun
eight-sided

octaeteris
octaetēris
noun
a period of eight years

octagonos
octagōnos
cross-reference

octagonum
octāgōnum
noun
an octagon

octagonus
octāgōnus
adjective
eight-cornered

octameter
octameter
adjective
having eight feet

octangulus
octangulus
adjective
eight-cornered

octans
octans
adjective
a half quadrant

Octanus
Octānus
noun
a soldier of the eighth legion

octaphoron
octaphoron
cross-reference

octaphoron
octaphoron
noun
a litter carried by eight bearers

octas
octās
noun
the number eight

octasemus
octasēmus
adjective
containing eight times

octastylos
octastȳlos
adjective
having eight columns

octateuchus
octateuchus
adjective
in eight volumes

octava
octāva
noun
The eighth hour of the day

Octavanus
Octāvānus
noun
soldiers of the eighth legion

octavarius
octāvārius
noun
a receiver of this tax

octavarius
octāvārius
adjective
of or belonging to the eighth part

Octavia
Octāvia
noun
the name of a Roman gens

Octavianus
Octāviānus
adjective
of or belonging to an Octavius

Octavianus
Octāviānus
noun
a surname of the emperor Augustus

Octavius
Octāvius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

octavum
octāvum
adverb
for the eighth time

octavus
octāvus
adjective
the eighth

octavusdecimus
octāvusdecimus
adjective
the eighteenth

octennis
octennis
adjective
eight years old

octennium
octennium
noun
a period of eight years

octies
octies
adverb
octiens

octigesimus
octigēsimus
adjective

octingenarius
octingēnārius
adjective
consisting of eight hundred

octingeni
octingēnī
adjective
a hundred each

octingenteni
octingentēnī
adjective
a hundred each

octingentesimus
octingentēsimus
adjective
the eight hundredth

octingenti
octingentī
adjective
eight hundred

octingentiens
octingentiens
adverb
eight hundred times

octingenties
octingenties
adverb
eight hundred times

octipes
octipēs
adjective
eightfooted

octiplicatus
octiplicātus
adjective

octiplicatus
octiplicātus
adjective
made eightfold

octo
octo
adjective
eight

octoas
octoas
noun
the number eight

October
Octōber
adjective
of or belonging to the eighth

October
October
adjective
a Roman surname

October
Octōber
adjective
October

octochordos
octochordos
cross-reference

octochordos
octochordos
adjective
eight-stringed

octodecim
octōdecim
adjective
eighteen

Octodurensis
Octōdūrensis
adjective
of or belonging to Octodurus

Octodurensis
Octōdūrensis
noun
of or belonging to Octodurus

Octodurus
Octōdūrus
noun
a town of the Veragri

octogamus
octōgamus
noun
that has been married eight times

octogenarius
octōgēnārius
adjective
containing eighty

octogenarius
octōgēnārius
noun
a commander of eighty soldiers

octogeni
octōgēnī
adjective
eighty each

Octogesa
Octogēsa
noun
a city in

octogesimus
octōgēsimus
adjective
the eightieth

octogiens
octōgiens
adjective
eighty times

octogies
octōgies
adjective
eighty times

octoginta
octōginta
adjective
eighty

octogonum
octōgōnum
noun
an octagon

octogonus
octōgōnus
adjective
eight-cornered

octojugis
octojugis
adjective
eight in a team

Octolophum
Octolophum
noun
a city in Thessaly

Octolophus
Octolophus
noun
a city in Thessaly

octominutalis
octōminūtālis
adjective
worth eight farthings

octonalis
octōnālis
adjective
eight

octonarius
octōnārius
adjective
consisting of eight

octoni
octōnī
adjective
Eight each

octonus
octōnus
cross-reference

octophoron
octōphoron
noun
a litter carried by eight bearers

octosyllabus
octōsyllabus
adjective
having eight syllables

octotopus
octōtopus
noun
eight places in the heavens

octovir
octovir
noun
a member of a council of eight

octuaginta
octuāginta
adjective
eighty

octuplicatio
octuplicātiō
noun
a making eightfold

octuplicatus
octuplicātus
adjective
made eightfold

octuplum
octuplum
noun
the eightfold penalty

octuplus
octuplus
adjective
eightfold

octussis
octussis
noun
eight asses

oculare
oculāre
noun
a medicament for the eyes

oculariarius
oculāriārius
adjective
of or belonging to the eyes

ocularis
oculāris
adjective
of or belonging to the eyes

oculariter
oculāriter
adverb
with the eyes

ocularius
oculārius
adjective
of or belonging to the eyes

ocularius
oculārius
noun
an oculist

oculata
oculāta
noun
a kind of fish

oculatus
oculātus
adjective
furnished with or having eyes

oculeus
oculeus
adjective
full of eyes

oculicrepida
oculicrepida
noun

oculissimus
oculissimus
adjective
dearest

oculitus
oculitus
adverb
as one's own eyes

oculo
oculō
verb
To furnish with eyes

oculus
oculus
noun
an eye

Ocyale
Ōcyalē
noun
one of the Amazons

Ocydrome
Ōcydromē
noun
Swiftrunner

Ocydromus
Ōcydromus
noun
Swiftrunner

ocymum
ocymum
cross-reference

ocymum
ōcymum
noun
an herb which serves for fodder

ocyor
ōcyor
cross-reference

Ocypete
Ōcypetē
noun
Swift-flier

Ocypote
Ōcypotē
noun
Swift-flier

Ocyrhoe
Ōcyrhoē
noun
a daughter of Chiron

Ocyrrhoe
Ōcyrrhoē
noun
a daughter of Chiron

ocyssimus
ōcyssimus
cross-reference

Ocythous
Ōcythous
noun
Swiftrunner

ocyus
ōcyus
cross-reference

oda
ōda
noun
a song

oda
ōda
noun

odariarius
ōdariārius
noun
a teacher of singing

odarium
ōdarium
noun
a song

ode
ōdē
noun
a song

odefacit
odefacit
cross-reference

Odessos
Odessos
noun
a city of Lower Maesia

Odessus
Odessus
noun
a city of Lower Maesia

odeum
ōdēum
noun
a public building aesigned for musical performances

odi
ōdī
cross-reference
To hate

odiatus
odiātus
adjective
hated

odibilis
odibilis
adjective
that deserves to be hated

Odice
Ōdicē
noun
one of the Hours

odicus
ōdicus
adjective
of or belonging to song

odietas
odietas
cross-reference

odinolytes
ōdīnolytēs
noun
he who or that which alleviates the pangs of childbirth

odio
odiō
verb

odiose
odiōsē
adverb
in a hateful manner

odiosicus
odiōsicus
adjective

odiosus
odiōsus
adjective
hateful

Odites
Odītēs
noun
The name of a Centaur

odium
odium
noun
hatred

odium
ōdīum
noun

odo
ōdō
noun
a sock of felt or fur

Odomanticus
Odomanticus
adjective
of or belonging to the Odomantes

Odomantis
Odomantis
noun
a people of Thrace

Odomantus
Odomantus
noun
a people of Thrace

odontitis
odontītis
noun
a plant good for the toothache

odontotyrannus
odontotyrannus
noun
the name of an animal

odor
odor
noun
a smell

odorabilis
odōrābilis
adjective
perceptible by smell

odoramen
odōrāmen
noun
a perfume

odoramentum
odōrāmentum
noun
an odoriferous substance

odorarius
odōrārius
adjective
of or for perfuming

odoratio
odōrātiō
noun
a smelling

odorativus
odōrātīvus
adjective
fragrant

odoratus
odōrātus
adjective
that has a smell

odoratus
odōrātus
noun
a smelling

odoratus
odōrātus
adjective
P a

odorifer
odōrifer
adjective
bringing or spreading odors

odorificatus
odōrificātus
adjective
made to emit pleasant odor

odorisequus
odōrisequus
adjective
that follows the scent

odoror
odōror
verb
to smell at

odoro
odōrō
verb
to give a smell or fragrance to

odorus
odōrus
adjective
emitting a scent or odor

odos
odos
noun
a smell

odos
odos
cross-reference

Odrusae
Odrusae
adjective

Odrysa
Odrysa
noun
a people of Thrace

Odrysius
Odrysius
noun
Odrysians

Odrysius
Odrysius
noun
the Odrysian

Odrysius
Odrysius
adjective

odynolytes
ōdȳnolytes
noun

Odyssea
Odyssēa
noun
The Odyssey of Homer

Odysseae portus
Odysseae portus
expression
a promontory at the southern extremity of Sicily

Odyssos
Odyssos
cross-reference

Odyssus
Odyssus
cross-reference

oe
oe
noun
The Brothers

Oea
Oea
noun
a town of Africa

Oeagrius
Oeāgrius
adjective
Oeagrian

Oeagrius
Oeagrius
adjective
Oeagrian

Oeagrus
Oeagrus
noun
a king of

Oeagrus
Oeāgrus
noun
a king of

Oeanthe
Oeanthē
noun
a city of the Ozolian Locrians

Oeanthia
Oeanthia
cross-reference

Oebalia
Oebalia
noun
another name for Tarentum

Oebalida
Oebalida
noun
Castor and Pollux

Oebalides
Oebalidēs
noun
a male descendant of Oebalus

Oebalis
Oebalis
noun
Of or belonging to Oebalus

Oebalius
Oebalius
adjective
Of or belonging to Oebalus

Oebalus
Oebalus
noun
a king of Sparta

Oechalia
Oechalia
noun
the name of several cities

Oechalis
Oechalis
noun
a female Oechalian

Oecleus
Oecleus
noun
the father of Amphiara_us

Oeclides
Oeclīdēs
noun
the son of Oecleus

Oeclus
Oeclus
noun
the name of a Centaur

oeconomia
oeconomia
noun
the management of household affairs

oeconomicus
oeconomicus
adjective
Of

oeconomicus
oeconomicus
noun
a work of Xenophon on domestic economy

oeconomus
oeconomus
noun
a housekeeper

oecumenicus
oecūmenicus
noun
a housekeeper

oecus
oecus
noun
a room

Oedipodes
Oedipodēs
noun

Oedipodia
Oedipodia
noun

Oedipodionides
Oedipodīonidēs
noun
the son of Oedipus

Oedipodionis
Oedipodionis
adjective
of or belonging to Oedipus

Oedipodionius
Oedipodīonius
adjective
of or belonging to Oedipus

Oedipus
Oedipus
noun
A king of Thebes

Oeensis
Oeensis
noun
the inhabitants of Oea

Oeensis
Oeensis
adjective
of or belonging to Oea

Oeensis
Oeensis
cross-reference

oenanthe
oenanthē
noun
The grape of the wild vine

oenanthinus
oenanthinus
adjective
made from the grape of the wild vine

oenanthium
oenanthium
noun
an ointment made from the grape of the wild vine

Oeneis
Oenēis
noun
the daughter of Oeneus

Oeneius
Oenēius
adjective
Oenean

Oeneus
Oenēus
adjective

Oeneus
Oeneus
noun
a king of Aetolia

Oeneus
Oenēus
adjective
Oenean

Oeniada
Oeniada
noun
a people of Acarnania

Oenides
Oenīdēs
noun

Oenides
Oenīdēs
noun
a male descendant of Oeneus

oenigenos
oenigenos
noun

oenigenos
oenigenos
noun
Only-begotten

oenobreches
oenobreches
noun

oenococtus
oenococtus
adjective
stewed in wine

oenogaratus
oenogarātus
adjective
cooked with wine-sauce

oenogarum
oenogarum
noun
winesauce

Oenomaus
Oenomaus
noun
a king of Elis and Pisa

oenomeli
oenomelī
noun
wine-honey

oenomelum
oenomelum
noun
wine-honey

Oenone
Oenōnē
noun
A Phrygian nymph

oenophorium
oenophorium
noun
a wine-basket

oenophorum
oenophorum
noun
a wine-holder

oenophorus
oenophorus
noun
a wine-holder

Oenophorus
Oenophorus
noun
the wine-carrier

Oenopia
Oenopia
noun
another name for the island of Aegina

Oenopion
Oenopiōn
noun
a king of Chios

Oenopius
Oenopius
adjective

Oenopius
Oenopius
adjective
of or belonging to Oenopia

oenopolium
oenopōlīum
noun
a wine-shop

oenothera
oenothēra
noun
a plant

oenotheris
oenothēris
noun
a plant

Oenotria
Oenōtria
noun
the extreme south-eastern part of Italy

Oenotridis
Oenōtridis
noun
islands near Velia

Oenotrius
Oenōtrius
adjective
Oenotrian

Oenotrus
Oenōtrus
adjective

Oenus
Oenūs
noun
a river in Laconia which flows into the Eurotas

oenus
oenus
adjective
one

Oenusa
Oenūsa
noun
three islands near Messenia

Oenusa
Oenūsa
noun
an island near Chios

Oeona
Oeōna
noun
fabulous islands in the north of Europe

oeonistice
oeōnisticē
noun
the divination of the augurs

oestrus
oestrus
noun
a gad-fly

oesus
oesus
noun

Oesyma
Oesyma
noun
a city in Italy

oesypum
oesypum
noun
the greasy sweat and dirt of unwashed wool

Oeta
Oeta
noun
the mountain range between Thessaly and Aetolia

Oetaeus
Oetaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Oeta

Oete
Oetē
noun
the mountain range between Thessaly and Aetolia

oetor
oetor
verb
to use

oetor
oetor
verb

oetum
oetum
noun
an Egyptian plant

Oetus
Oetus
noun
the name of a giant

ofella
ofella
noun
a bite

Ofella
Ofella
noun
a Roman surname

Ofellus
Ofellus
noun
a Stoic

offa
offa
noun
a bite

offarcinatus
offarcinātus
adjective
stuffed or crammed full

offarius
offārius
adjective
dealing with morsels

offatim
offātim
adverb
in bits

offaveo
offaveō
verb
to meet with applause

offectio
offectiō
noun
a staining

offectores
offectōres
cross-reference

offectus
offectus
noun
a bewitching

offectus
offectus
adjective

offendiculum
offendiculum
noun
a stumbling-block

offendimentum
offendimentum
cross-reference

offendix
offendix
noun
the knot

offendo
offendō
noun
an offence

offendo
offendō
verb
to hit

offensa
offensa
noun
a striking or grating against

offensaculum
offensāculum
noun
a striking against

offensatio
offensātiō
noun
a hitting or striking against

offensator
offensātor
noun
one who stumbles or blunders in speaking

offensibilis
offensibilis
adjective
liable to stumble

offensilis
offensilis
cross-reference

offensio
offensiō
noun
a striking against

offensiuncula
offensiuncula
noun
a slight offence

offenso
offensō
verb
to strike or dash against

offensor
offensor
noun
an offender

offensum
offensum
noun
the offence

offensus
offensus
adjective

offensus
offensus
noun
a striking against

offensus
offensus
adjective

offerentia
offerentia
noun
a presenting

offero
offerō
verb
to bring before

offertor
offertor
noun
an offerer

offertorium
offertōrium
noun
a place to which offerings were brought

offerumenta
offerumenta
noun
a present

offerumentum
offerumentum
noun
offerings

offex
offex
noun
a hinderer

officialis
officiālis
adjective
of or belonging to duty

officialis
officiālis
noun
a magistrate's servant or attendant

officialitas
officiālitās
noun
a body of attendants

officina
officīna
noun
a workshop

officinator
officīnātor
noun
one who keeps a workshop

officinatrix
officīnātrix
noun
woman that keeps a workshop

officio
officiō
verb
to come in the way of

Officiosa
Officiōsa
noun
a Roman surname

officiose
officiōsē
adverb
courteously

officiositas
officiōsitās
noun
obligingness

officiosus
officiōsus
adjective
Full of courtcousness or complaisance

officiosus
officiōsus
noun
an official or attendant

officiperda
officiperda
noun
One who makes an ill use of the favors of others

officiperdus
officiperdus
noun
One who makes an ill use of the favors of others

officium
officium
noun
a service

offigo
offīgō
verb
to drive in

Offilius
Offilius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

offirmate
offirmātē
adverb
firmly

offirmatus
offirmātus
adjective
firm

offirmatus
offirmātus
adjective

offirmo
offirmō
verb
to render firm

offla
offla
cross-reference

offla
offla
noun
a little bit

offlecto
offlectō
verb
to turn about

offoco
offōcō
verb
to strangle

offrenatus
offrēnātus
adjective
bridled

offringo
offringō
verb
to plough a second time

offucia
offūcia
noun
a paint

offuco
offūcō
cross-reference

offuco
offucō
verb
to strangle

offudas
offudas
cross-reference

offula
offula
noun
a little bit

offulcio
offulciō
verb
to stop up

offulgeo
offulgeō
verb
to shine against or upon

offultus
offultus
adverb

offundo
offundō
verb
To pour before or around

offuscatio
offuscātiō
noun
a darkening

offusco
offuscō
verb
to darken

offusus
offūsus
adjective

Ofilius
Ofilius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Ofilius
Ofilius
cross-reference

ogdoas
ogdoas
noun
the number eight

oggannio
ogganniō
verb
to yelp

oggero
oggerō
verb
to proffer

Oglasa
Oglasa
noun
an island near Corsica

Ogulnius
Ogulnius
noun
a Roman proper name

Ogyges
Ōgyges
noun
the mythic founder and king of Thebes

Ogygia
Ōgygia
noun
One of the seven daughters of Amphion and Niobe

Ogygida
Ōgygida
noun

Ogygida
Ōgygida
noun
the descendants of Ogyges

Ogygius
Ōgygius
adjective
Ogygian

Ogygius
Ōgygius
adjective

Ogygius
Ōgygius
noun
the mythic founder and king of Thebes

Ogygus
Ōgygus
noun
the mythic founder and king of Thebes

oh
oh
interjection
oh! O! ah!

ohe
ohē
interjection
ho! holloa! soho! ho there!

oho
ohō
interjection
oho! aha!

ohoho
ohohō
cross-reference

oi
interjection
Do

oica
oica
noun
a precious stone

oiei
oieī
interjection
a cry of lamentation

Oileus
Oīlēus
adjective
Oilean

Oileus
Oīleus
noun
A king of Locris

Oiliades
Oīliadēs
noun
the son of Oileus

Oilides
Oīlīdēs
noun
One of the Argonauts

oinos
oinos
adjective

oinuorsei
oinuorseī
adverb

oinus
oinus
adjective
one

olax
olax
adjective
smelling

Olbia
Olbia
noun
the name of several cities

Olbianus
Olbiānus
adjective
Golfo d' Izmid

Olbiensis
Olbiensis
adjective
of or belonging to Olbia

Olbiopolis
Olbiopolis
noun
a city in Sarmatia

Olbiopolita
Olbiopolīta
noun
of or belonging to Olbiopolis

olca
olca
cross-reference

Olcadis
Olcadis
noun
a people in

Olciniats
Olciniāts
noun
the inhabitants of Olcinium

olea
olea
noun
an olive

oleaceus
oleāceus
adjective
of the olive-tree

oleagineus
oleāgineus
adjective
Of or belonging to the olive-tree

oleaginius
oleāginius
adjective
Of or belonging to the olive-tree

oleaginus
oleāginus
adjective
Of or belonging to the olive-tree

oleamen
oleāmen
noun
an oil-ointment

oleamentum
oleāmentum
noun
an oil-ointment

olearis
oleāris
adjective
of or belonging to oil

olearius
oleārius
adjective
of or belonging to oil

olearius
oleārius
noun
an oilgrinder or oil-seller

Olearos
Ōlearos
noun
one of the Cyclades

Olearus
Ōlearus
noun
one of the Cyclades

oleastellus
oleastellus
noun
a Calabrian species of olive-tree

oleaster
oleaster
noun
the wild olivetree

oleastrum
oleastrum
noun

oleatus
oleātus
adjective
moistened with oil

olefacio
olefaciō
verb

olefacio
olefaciō
verb
to smell

oleitas
oleitās
noun
the olive-gathering

Olenides
Ōlenidēs
noun
the son of Olenus

Olenides
Ōlenidēs
noun

Olenie
Ōleniē
noun

Olenie
Ōleniē
noun
Olenian

Olenius
Olenius
noun
a centurion under Drusus

Olenius
Ōlenius
adjective
Olenian

Olenius
Ōlenius
adjective

Olenos
Ōlenos
noun
an ancient city in Achaia

Olenos
Ōlenos
noun
the husband of Lethaea

olens
olens
adjective
smelling

olens
olens
adjective

olentia
olentia
noun
a smell

olenticetum
olenticētum
noun
a stinking place

olenticum
olenticum
noun
stinking places

Olenus
Ōlenus
noun
the husband of Lethaea

Olenus
Ōlenus
noun
an ancient city in Achaia

oleo
oleō
verb
to increase

oleo
oleō
verb
to smell

oleomella
oleomella
noun
a fruittree peculiar to Syria

oleoselinum
oleoselīnum
noun
a plant resembling parsley

oleosus
oleōsus
adjective
oily

oleraceus
olerāceus
adjective
resembling herbs

oleraceus
olerāceus
cross-reference

olerarium
olerārium
noun
a vegetable-garden

olerator
olerātor
noun
one who cultivates vegetables

olero
olerō
verb
to plant with vegetables

oleseo
oleseō
verb
to grow

oleto
olētō
verb
to foul

oletum
olētum
noun
a place planted with olive-trees

oletum
olētum
noun
filth

oleum
oleum
noun
oil

olfacio
olfaciō
verb
to smell

olfactatrix
olfactātrix
noun
she who scents or observes

olfacto
olfactō
verb
to smell at

olfactoria
olfactōria
noun
a nosegay

olfactoriolum
olfactōriolum
noun
a little smelling-bottle

olfactorium
olfactōrium
noun
a nosegay or smelling-bottle

olfactrix
olfactrix
noun

olfactus
olfactus
adjective

olfactus
olfactus
noun
a smelling

olficus
olficus
adjective
smelling

Oliaros
Ōliaros
noun
one of the Cyclades

Oliaros
Ōliaros
cross-reference

olidus
olidus
adjective
smelling

oligochronius
oligochronius
adjective
lasting but a short time

olim
ōlim
adverb
at that

Olimpus
Olimpus
noun
a sacred region in

Olimpus
Olimpus
noun
The name of several mountains

Olipor
Olipor
noun
a Roman surname

Olisipo
Olisīpō
noun
a city of Lusitania

Olisiponensis
Olisīpōnensis
noun
the inhabitants of Olisipo

Olisiponensis
Olisīpōnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Olisipo

olitor
olitor
noun
a kitchen-gardener

olitorius
olitōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a kitchengardener or to vegetables

oliva
olīva
noun
An olive

olivans
olīvans
adjective

olivarius
olīvārius
adjective
of or belonging to olives

oliveta
olīvēta
noun
the olive-harvest

olivetum
olīvētum
noun
a place planted with olive-trees

olivifer
olīvifer
adjective
olive-bearing

olivita
olīvīta
noun
the olive-harvest

olivitas
olīvitās
noun
the olive-gathering

olivitor
olīvitor
noun
one who plants and tends olive-trees

olivo
olīvō
verb

olivom
olīvom
noun
Oil

olivum
olīvum
noun
Oil

olla
olla
noun
a pot or jar

ollaris
ollāris
adjective
of or belonging to a pot

ollarium
ollārium
noun

ollarium
ollārium
noun
the receptacle for the jars of ashes in tombs

ollarius
ollārius
adjective
of or belonging to pots

olle
olle
pronoun
that

olle
olle
pronoun

ollic
ollic
cross-reference
He

ollicula
ollicula
noun
a little pot

ollula
ollula
noun
a little pot

ollus
ollus
adjective

olma
olma
noun
the plant

olo
olo
verb
to smell

olo
olō
verb

ololygon
ololygon
noun
the croaking of the male frog

olor
olor
noun
a swan

olor
olor
noun
a smell

olorifer
olōrifer
adjective
swan-bearing

olorinus
olōrīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a swan or swans

Olostra
Olostra
noun
a people of India

Olumpus
Olumpus
noun
a sacred region in

Olus
Olus
cross-reference

olus
olus
noun
Kitchen or garden herbs

olus
olus
cross-reference

olvatum
olvātum
cross-reference

Olybriacus
Olȳbriacus
adjective
Olybrian

Olybrius
Olȳbrius
noun
the surname of several Roman consuls

Olybrius
Ōlybrius
noun
the surname of several Roman consuls

Olympenus
Olympēnus
noun
the inhabitants of the city of Olympus

Olympia
Olympia
noun
a sacred region in

Olympiacus
Olympiacus
adjective
Olympic

Olympiadis
Olympiadis
noun
the Muses

Olympiadis
Olympiadis
noun

Olympianus
Olympiānus
adjective
Olympic

Olympias
Olympias
noun
a north-west wind

Olympias
Olympias
noun
an Olympiad

Olympias
Olympias
noun
the daughter of Neoptolemus

Olympias
Olympias
noun

Olympicus
Olympicus
adjective
Olympic

Olympicus
Olympicus
adjective

Olympieum
Olympiēum
noun
a temple of the Olympic Jupiter

Olympieum
Olympiēum
noun

Olympio
Olympiō
noun
the name of a character in

Olympiodorus
Olympiodōrus
noun
a Greek proper name

Olympionices
Olympionīcēs
noun
a victor at the Olympic games

Olympiscus
Olympiscus
noun
a caressing form for

Olympium
Olympium
noun
the temple of the Olympic Jupiter

Olympium
Olympium
noun
the Olympic games held every four years at Olympia

Olympius
Olympius
adjective

Olympius
Olympius
noun
an appellation bestowed on distinguished men by the Greeks and Romans

Olympius
Olympius
adjective
Olympic

Olympos
Olympos
noun
The name of several mountains

Olympus
Olympus
noun
a famous fluteplayer

Olympus
Olympus
noun
a city in Cilicia

Olympus
Olympus
noun
The name of several mountains

Olynthia
Olynthia
noun
the region about Olynthus

Olynthius
Olynthius
noun
an Olynthian

Olynthius
Olynthius
adjective
of Olynthus

Olynthius
Olynthius
noun
the inhabitants of Olynthus

Olynthos
Olynthos
noun
a city of Thrace

Olynthus
Olynthus
noun
a city of Thrace

olyra
olȳra
noun
a kind of grain

Olysiponensis
Olysīpōnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Olisipo

Olysippo
Olysippō
cross-reference

Olysippo
Olysippō
noun
a city of Lusitania

Omana
Omāna
noun
a town in Arabia

Omanus
Omānus
adjective

omassum
omassum
noun
bullock's tripe

omasum
omāsum
noun
bullock's tripe

ombria
ombria
noun
a precious stone

omen
ōmen
noun
a foreboding

omentatus
ōmentātus
adjective
filled with fat or intestines

omentum
ōmentum
noun
the fat-skin

ominalis
ōminālis
adjective

ominatio
ōminātiō
noun
a foreboding

ominator
ōminātor
noun
a diviner

omino
ōminō
verb

ominor
ōminor
verb
to forebode

ominose
ōminōsē
adverb
ominously

ominosus
ōminōsus
adjective
full of foreboding

omissio
omissiō
noun
an omitting

omissus
omissus
adjective

omissus
omissus
adjective
negligent

omitto
omittō
verb
to let go

ommento
ommentō
verb
to wait

omne
omne
noun
every thing

omne
omne
noun
all things

omnicanus
omnicanus
adjective
that sings everything or everywhere

omnicarpus
omnicarpus
adjective
that crops everything

omniciens
omniciens
adjective
all-stirring

omnicolor
omnicolor
adjective
of all colors

omnicreans
omnicreans
adjective
allcreating

omnifariam
omnifariam
adverb
on all sides

omnifarius
omnifarius
adjective
of all sorts

omnifer
omnifer
adjective
all-bearing

omnifluentia
omnifluentia
noun
superfluity of all things

omniformis
omniformis
adjective
of all shapes

omnigenus
omnigenus
adjective
all-begetting

omnigenus
omnigenus
adjective
of all kinds

omnimedens
omnimedens
adjective
all-healing

omnimodis
omnimodīs
adverb
in every way

omnimodo
omnimodō
adverb
by all means

omni modo
omnī modo
adverb
by all means

omnimodus
omnimodus
adjective
of all sorts or kinds

omnimorbia
omnimorbia
noun
all-disease

omnino
omnīnō
adverb
altogether

omninominis
omninōminis
adjective
of every name

omniparens
omniparens
adjective
all-bearing

omnipater
omnipater
noun
the father of all

omnipavus
omnipavus
adjective
all-fearing

omniperitus
omniperītus
adjective
skilled in all things

omnipollens
omnipollens
adjective
all-powerful

omnipotens
omnipotens
adjective
all-powerful

Omnipotens
Omnipotens
noun
the Almighty

omnipotenter
omnipotenter
adverb
almightily

omnipotentia
omnipotentia
noun
almighty power

omnis
omnis
adjective
all

omniscius
omniscius
adjective
omniscient

omnisonus
omnisonus
adjective
uttering all kinds of sounds

omnitenens
omnitenens
adjective
holding all things

omnituens
omnituens
adjective
all-seeing

omnivagus
omnivagus
adjective
roving everywhere

omnivolus
omnivolus
adjective
willing every thing

omnivorus
omnivorus
adjective
all-devouring

omophagia
ōmophagia
noun
the eating of raw flesh

omphacium
omphacium
noun
the oil or juice of unripe olives or grapes

omphacocarpos
omphacocarpos
noun
a plant

omphacomel
omphacomel
noun
a sirup made of

Omphale
Omphalē
noun
a queen of Lydia

omphalocarpos
omphalocarpos
cross-reference

omphalos
omphalos
noun
the navel

onager
onager
noun
a wild ass

onagos
onāgos
noun
an ass-driver

onagrus
onāgrus
noun
a wild ass

onagrus
onagrus
noun
a wild ass

Onchesmites
Onchesmītēs
noun
a wind blowing from Onchesmus

Onchestius
Onchestius
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Onchestus

Onchestus
Onchestus
noun
a city of Baeotia

Onchestus
Onchestus
noun
a river in Thessaly

onco
oncō
verb
to bray

oncoma
oncōma
noun
a tumor

onear
onēar
noun
a plant

oneraria
onerāria
noun
a ship of burden

onerarius
onerārius
adjective
of or belonging to burden

oneratus
onerātus
adjective
filled

oneratus
onerātus
adjective

onero
onerō
verb
To load

onerose
onerōsē
adverb
odiously

onerositas
onerōsitās
noun
burdensomeness

onerosus
onerōsus
adjective
burdensome

Onesicritus
Onēsicritus
noun
an historian

Onesima
Onēsima
noun
a Roman surname

Onesimus
Onēsimus
noun
a Roman surname

Onesipaurus
Onēsipaurus
noun
the name of a Roman slave

Onesiphorus
Onēsiphorus
noun
a Roman surname

Onesis
Onēsis
adjective
a Roman surname

Onesitrophus
Onēsitrophus
noun
a Roman surname

onirocrites
onīrocritēs
noun
an interpreter of dreams

oniros
onīros
noun
the wild poppy

oniscos
oniscos
noun
a wood-louse

oniscus
oniscus
noun
a wood-louse

onitis
onītis
noun
a plant

Onitus
Ōnītus
noun
the name of a slave

Onoba
Onoba
noun
a city in Hispania Baetica

onobrychis
onobrychis
noun
a plant

onocardion
onocardion
noun
a plant

onocentaurus
onocentaurus
noun
an ass-centaur

onochelis
onochēlis
noun
a plant

onochiles
onochīles
noun
a plant

onochilon
onochīlon
noun
a plant

Onocoetes
Onocoetēs
noun
he who lies in an ass's manger

onocrotalus
onocrotalus
noun
the pelican

onocrotalus
onōcrotalus
noun
the pelican

Onoma
Onoma
noun
a Roman surname

Onomastus
Onomastus
noun
a Roman surname

onomatopoeia
onomatopoeia
noun
the forming of a word to resemble in sound the thing it signifies

ononis
onōnis
noun
a plant

Ononychites
Ononychītēs
noun

Ononychites
Ononychītēs
noun
he who lies in an ass's manger

onopordon
onopordon
noun
a plant

onopyxos
onopyxos
noun
a plant of the thistle kind

onosma
onosma
noun
a plant

onothera
onothēra
noun
a plant

onothera
onothēra
noun
a plant

onotheras
onothērās
noun
a plant

onotheris
onothēris
noun
a plant

onothuris
onothūris
noun
a plant

onothuris
onothūris
noun
a plant

onuris
onūris
noun
a plant

onus
onus
noun
a load

onusto
onustō
verb
to burden

onustus
onustus
adjective
loaded

onychina
onychina
noun
vessels of onyx

onychintinus
onychintinus
cross-reference

onychinus
onychinus
adjective
Of the color of the finger-nail

onychipuncta
onychipuncta
noun
a precious stone

onychitinus
onȳchītinus
adjective
of or belonging to onyx

onychitis
onychītis
noun
another name for

onychius
onychius
adjective
of or belonging to onyx

Onytes
Onȳtēs
noun
the name of a Rutulian warrior

onyx
onyx
noun
a kind of yellowish marble

Oonae
Oonaē
adverb

opacitas
opācitas
adjective
shadiness

opaco
opācō
verb
to cover with shade

opacus
opācus
adjective
In the shade

Opale
Opāle
noun
a festival celebrated on the

Opalis
Opālis
adjective
of or belonging to Ops

opalus
opalus
noun
a precious stone

Opeconsivum
Opeconsīvum
noun
the festival of Ops Consivia

Opeimius
Opēīmius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

opella
opella
noun
little or light pains

opera
opera
noun
service

operans
operans
adjective
active

operans
operans
adjective

operaria
operāria
noun
a work-woman

operarius
operārius
noun
a laborer

operarius
operārius
adjective
of or belonging to labor

operatio
operātiō
noun
a working

operativus
operātīvus
adjective
creative

operator
operātor
noun
a worker

operatorius
operātōrius
adjective
creating

operatrix
operātrix
noun
she that works

operatus
operātus
adjective

operatus
operātus
adjective
performed

operculo
operculō
verb
to furnish or cover with a lid

operculum
operculum
noun
a cover

operimentum
operīmentum
noun
a covering

operio
operiō
verb
to cover

operior
operior
cross-reference

opermentum
opermentum
cross-reference

operor
operor
verb
to work

opero
operō
verb

operose
operōsē
adverb
with great labor or pains

operositas
operōsitās
noun
excessive pains

operosus
operōsus
adjective
Taking great pains

opertaneus
opertāneus
adjective
concealed

operte
opertē
adverb
covertly

operte
opertē
adverb
P. a. fin

opertio
opertiō
noun
a covering

operto
opertō
verb
to cover

opertorium
opertōrium
noun
a cover

opertum
opertum
noun

opertum
opertum
noun
a secret place or thing

opertus
opertus
noun
a covering

opertus
opertus
adjective

opertus
opertus
adjective
hidden

operula
operūla
noun
a little trouble

opes
opes
cross-reference

opetis
opetis
noun
a plant

Ophellius
Ophellius
noun
a Roman surname

Opheltes
Opheltēs
noun
a proper name

opheostaphyle
opheostaphylē
noun

opheostaphyle
opheostaphylē
noun
a kind of caper-bush

Ophiacum
Ophiacum
noun
poems or treatises on serpents

Ophias
Ōphias
noun
the daughter of Ophius

ophicardelos
ophicardēlos
noun
a precious stone

ophicardelus
ophicardēlus
noun
a precious stone

Ophicus
Ophicus
noun
of or belonging to snakes

ophidion
ophidion
noun
a fish resembling the

Ophiogenis
Ophiogenis
noun
a people of Asia Minor

ophiomachus
ophiomachus
noun

Ophion
Ophīōn
noun
a proper name

ophion
ophīōn
noun
a fabulous animal of Sardinia

Ophionides
Ophīonidēs
noun
The father of Amycus

Ophionius
Ophīonius
adjective
One of the companions of Cadmus

Ophiophagus
Ophiophagus
noun
snake-eaters

ophiostaphyle
ophiostaphylē
noun
a kind of caper-bush

ophiostaphylon
ophiostaphylon
noun
the white vine

Ophir
Ophir
adjective
a region in Southern Arabia

Ophirius
Ophirius
adjective
of or from Ophir

Ophita
Ophīta
noun
Snakeworshippers

ophites
ophītēs
noun
a kind of marble spotted like a snake

Ophites
Ophītēs
noun
a son of Hercules

ophitis
ophītis
noun

Ophiuchus
Ophiūchus
noun
the Serpent-holder

Ophiusa
Ophiūsa
noun
An ancient name of Cyprus

ophiusa
ophiūsa
noun
a magical herb growing on the island of Elephantine

Ophiusius
Ophiūsius
noun
An ancient name of Cyprus

Ophiusius
Ophiūsius
cross-reference

Ophiussa
Ophiussa
noun
An ancient name of Cyprus

ophiussa
ophiussa
noun
a magical herb growing on the island of Elephantine

ophrys
ophrys
noun
a plant with two leaves

ophthalmia
ophthalmia
noun
an inflammation of the eye

ophthalmias
ophthalmiās
noun
a fish

ophthalmicus
ophthalmicus
noun
an oculist

opicerda
opicerda
noun
sheep's dung

opicillum
opicillum
noun
a little help

Opiconsivum
Opiconsīvum
noun
the festival of Ops Consivia

Opicus
Opicus
noun
the Oscans

opicus
opicus
adjective
clownish

opidum
opidum
noun

opifer
opifer
adjective
aidbringing

opifex
opifex
noun
a worker

opificina
opificīna
noun
a workshop

opificium
opificium
noun
a working

Opigena
Opigena
noun
the midwife

opilio
ōpiliō
noun
a shepherd

Opilius
Opilius
noun
a Roman surname

opimatus
opīmātus
adjective

opimatus
opīmātus
adjective
fat

opime
opīmē
adverb
richly

Opimia
Opīmia
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Opimianum
Opīmiānum
noun
very celebrated wine of the vintage of

Opimianus
Opīmiānus
adjective
of or belonging to an Opimius

Opimianus
Opīmiānus
adjective

opimitas
opīmitās
noun
plentifulness

Opimius
Opīmius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Opimius
Opīmius
adjective
of or belonging to an Opimius

opimo
opīmō
verb
to fatten

opimum
opīmum
noun
honorable spoils

opimus
opīmus
adjective
fat

opinabilis
opīnābilis
adjective
that rests on opinion or conjecture

opinatio
opīnātiō
noun
a supposing

opinator
opīnātor
noun
A supposer

opinatus
opīnātus
adjective

opinatus
opīnātus
noun
opinion

opinatus
opīnātus
adjective

opinio
opīniō
noun
opinion

opiniosus
opīniōsus
adjective
fixed or set in opinion

opiniuncula
opīniuncula
noun
a slight opinion

opino
opīnō
adjective

opinor
opīnor
verb
to be of opinion

opino
opīnō
verb

opinus
opīnus
adjective

opion
opion
noun
poppyjuice

opipare
opiparē
adverb
richly

opiparis
opiparis
adjective
richly furnished

opiparis
opiparis
adjective

opiparus
opiparus
adjective
richly furnished

Opis
Ōpis
noun
A nymph in the train of Diana

Opis
Opis
cross-reference

opisthodomus
opisthodomus
noun
the back part of a temple or house

opisthographum
opisthographum
noun
that which has been written upon on the back

opisthographus
opisthographus
adjective
written on the back

opisthotonia
opisthotonia
noun
a disease in which the head is drawn backwards

opisthotonicus
opisthotonicus
adjective
laboring under opisthotony

opisthotonos
opisthotonos
noun
a disease in which the body is violently curved backwards

Opiter
Opiter
noun
a Roman praenomen

Opiterginus
Opitergīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Opitergium

Opiterginus
Opitergīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Opitergium

Opitergium
Opitergium
noun
a city of Italy

opition
opitiōn
noun
a bulbous root used for food

opitulatio
opitulātiō
noun
a helping

opitulator
opitulātor
noun
a helper

opitulatus
opitulātus
noun
a helping

opitulor
opitulor
verb
to bring aid

opitulo
opitulō
verb
to be good against

opitulus
opitulus
noun
a helper

opitulus
opitulus
noun

opituma
opituma
cross-reference

opium
opium
noun
poppyjuice

opobalsametum
opobalsamētum
noun
a place planted with balsam-trees

opobalsamum
opobalsamum
noun
the juice of the balsam-tree

opocarpathon
opocarpathon
noun
the juice of the

opopanax
opopanax
noun
the juice of the herb

oporice
opōricē
noun
a medicine prepared from tree-fruits

oporotheca
opōrothēca
noun
a place for keeping fruits

oporothece
opōrothēcē
noun
a place for keeping fruits

oporteo
oporteō
verb
it is necessary

opos
opos
noun
juice

oppallesco
oppallescō
verb
to turn pale

oppando
oppandō
verb
to spread or stretch out against or before

oppango
oppangō
verb
to fasten or fix on

oppansum
oppansum
noun
a covering

oppansum
oppansum
noun

oppansus
oppansus
adjective

oppassum
oppassum
noun
a covering

oppassus
oppassus
adjective

oppecto
oppectō
verb
to comb off

oppedo
oppēdō
verb
to break wind at

opperior
opperior
verb
to wait

oppessulatus
oppessulātus
adjective
bolted or barred

oppetitus
oppetītus
adjective

oppeto
oppetō
verb
to go to meet

oppexus
oppexus
noun
sombing

Oppia
Oppia
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

oppico
oppicō
verb
to smear over or seal up with pitch

oppidaneus
oppidāneus
adjective
of a town

oppidanus
oppidānus
adjective
of or in a town

oppidanus
oppidānus
noun
a townsman

oppidanus
oppidānus
noun
the inhabitants of a town

oppidatim
oppidātim
adverb
by towns

oppido
oppidō
adverb
very

oppidulum
oppidulum
noun
a small town

oppidum
oppidum
noun
A town

oppignerator
oppignerātor
noun
one who takes a pledge

oppignero
oppignerō
verb
to give as a pledge

oppilatio
oppīlātiō
noun
a stopping up

oppilo
oppīlō
verb
to stop up

oppingo
oppingō
cross-reference

Oppius
Oppius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Oppius
Oppius
adjective
of or belonging to an Oppius

oppleo
oppleō
verb
to fill completely

oppletus
opplētus
adjective

opploro
opplōrō
verb
to cry or wail at

oppono
oppōnō
verb
to set or place against

opporto
opportō
verb
to bring

opportune
opportūnē
adverb
fitly

opportunitas
opportūnitās
noun
fitness

opportunum
opportūnum
noun
fit or convenient things

opportunus
opportūnus
adjective
fit

oppositio
oppositiō
noun
an opposing

oppositum
oppositum
noun
opposite

oppositus
oppositus
adjective
P a

oppositus
oppositus
adjective

oppositus
oppositus
noun
A placing or setting against

oppressio
oppressiō
noun
A pressing down

oppressiuncula
oppressiuncula
noun
a slight pressing

oppressor
oppressor
noun
a crusher

oppressus
oppressus
adjective

oppressus
oppressus
noun
a pressing down

opprimo
opprimō
verb
to press against

opprobramentum
opprobrāmentum
noun
a reproach

opprobramentum
opprōbrāmentum
noun
a reproach

opprobratio
opprobrātiō
noun
a reproaching

opprobratio
opprōbrātiō
noun
a reproaching

opprobriosus
opprobriōsus
adjective
opprobrious

opprobriosus
opprōbriōsus
adjective
opprobrious

opprobrium
opprōbrium
noun
a reproach

opprobrium
opprobrium
noun
a reproach

opprobro
opprobrō
verb
to reproach

opprobro
opprōbrō
verb
to reproach

oppugnantia
oppugnantia
noun
resistance

oppugnatio
oppugnātiō
noun
a storming

oppugnator
oppugnātor
noun
an assaulter

oppugnatorius
oppugnātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a siege

oppugno
oppugnō
verb
to fight against

oppugno
oppugnō
verb
to beat with fists

opputo
opputō
verb
to prune

oppuvio
oppuviō
verb
to beat

oprimentum
oprīmentum
cross-reference

ops
ops
noun
Power

Ops
Ops
noun
the goddess of plenty

Opscus
Opscus
noun

Opscus
Opscus
noun
the Oscans

opsecro
opsecrō
verb
to beseech

opsero
opserō
verb
To sow or plant

opses
opses
noun
a hostage

opsonatio
opsōnātiō
noun
a buying of victuals

opsonator
opsōnātor
noun
a buyer of victuals

opsonatus
opsōnātus
noun
a catering

opsonium
opsōnium
noun

opsonium
opsōnium
noun
that which is eaten with bread

opsonor
opsōnor
verb
to buy provisions

opsonor
opsōnor
verb
to buy provisions

opstetricius
opstetrīcius
adjective
of or belonging to a midwife

opstetricius
opstētrīcius
adjective
of or belonging to a midwife

opstetrico
opstetrīcō
verb
to perform the office of a midwife

opstetrico
opstētrīcō
verb
to perform the office of a midwife

opstetrix
opstētrix
noun
a midwife

opstetrix
opstetrix
noun
a midwife

opstruo
opstruō
verb
to build before or against

opt
opt
cross-reference

optabilis
optābilis
adjective
to be wished for

optabiliter
optābiliter
adverb
desirably

optaedesco
optaedescō
verb
to disgust

optatio
optātiō
noun
a wishing

optativus
optātīvus
adjective
of or belonging to a wish

optato
optātō
adverb

optato
optātō
noun
according to one's wish

optatum
optātum
noun
a wish

optatus
optātus
adjective

optatus
optātus
adjective
wished

optempero
optemperō
verb
to comply with

optentus
optentus
noun
A drawing

optero
opterō
verb
To bruise

optice
opticē
noun
optics

opticesco
opticescō
verb
to become or be struck silent

optimas
optimas
adjective
of or belonging to the best or noblest

optimas
optimas
noun
the adherents of the best men

optimates
optimātes
noun
the adherents of the best men

optime
optimē
adverb
best

optimitas
optimitās
noun
excellence

optimum
optimum
noun
a good

optimus
optimus
adjective
best

optineo
optineō
verb
To take hold of

optingo
optingō
verb
to touch

optio
optiō
noun
a helper

optio
optiō
noun
choice

optionatus
optiōnātus
noun
an adjutancy

optivus
optīvus
adjective
chosen

opto
optō
verb
to choose

optostrotum
optostrōtum
noun
according to one's wish

optumas
optumas
adjective
of or belonging to the best or noblest

optumas
optumas
noun
the adherents of the best men

optume
optumē
adverb
best

optumus
optumus
adjective
best

opturamentum
optūrāmentum
noun
a stopper

optusus
optūsus
adjective
blunt

optutu
optūtū
cross-reference

opulens
opulens
adjective
rich

opulens
opulens
adjective

opulente
opulentē
adverb
richly

opulenter
opulenter
adverb
richly

opulentia
opulentia
noun
riches

opulentitas
opulentitās
noun
wealth

opulento
opulentō
verb
to make rich

opulentus
opulentus
adjective
rich

opulesco
opulescō
verb
to grow rich

opulus
opulus
noun
a kind of maple-tree

opunculo
opunculō
noun
a bird that imitates the shepherd's song

Opuntius
Opuntius
adjective

Opuntius
Opūntius
noun
the inhabitants of Opus

Opuntius
Opūntius
adjective
Opuntian

Opus
Opūs
noun
a town of Locris

opus
opus
noun
work

opusculum
opusculum
noun
a little work

oquinisco
oquiniscō
verb
to bend down

Ora
Ora
noun
the name of Hersilia

ora
ōra
noun
the extremity

orabilis
ōrābilis
adjective
exorable

oracularius
ōrāculārius
adjective
dealing in or uttering oracles

oraculum
ōrāculum
noun
a divine announcement

orans
ōrans
adjective
an orator

orarium
ōrārium
noun
a napkin

orarius
ōrārius
adjective
of or belonging to the coast

Orata
Ōrāta
noun
an appellation bestowed on a certain Sergius

orata
ōrāta
noun
a fish

oratim
ōrātim
adverb
coastwise

oratio
ōrātiō
noun
a speaking

oratiuncula
ōrātiuncula
noun
a little speech

Oratius
Orātius
cross-reference

orator
ōrātor
noun
A speaker

oratoria
ōrātōria
noun
the oratorical art

oratorie
ōrātōriē
adverb
oratorically

oratorium
ōrātōrium
noun
a place of prayer

oratorius
ōrātōrius
adjective
Of or belonging to an orator

oratrix
ōrātrix
noun
She that prays or beseeches

oratum
ōrātum
noun
a prayer

oratus
ōrātus
noun
a praying

orba
orba
noun
an orphan

orbatio
orbātiō
noun
a depriving

orbator
orbātor
noun
one who deprives others of children or parents

orbefacio
orbefaciō
verb
to bereave

Orbelos
Orbēlos
noun
a mountain on the borders of Macedonia and Thrace

Orbelus
Orbēlus
noun
a mountain on the borders of Macedonia and Thrace

orbicularis
orbiculāris
adjective
circular

orbiculatim
orbiculātim
adverb
circularly

orbiculatus
orbiculātus
adjective
circleshaped

orbiculor
orbiculor
verb
to go round in a circle

orbiculus
orbiculus
noun
a small disk

orbicus
orbicus
adjective

orbifico
orbificō
verb
to bereave

orbile
orbīlē
adverb

Orbilius
Orbilius
noun
the name of a Roman gens. So

orbis
orbis
noun
a ring

orbita
orbita
noun
A track or rut

Orbitanium
Orbitānium
noun
a city in Samnium

orbitas
orbitās
noun
bereavement

orbitosus
orbitōsus
adjective
full of cart-ruts

orbitudo
orbitūdō
noun
bereavement

orbitus
orbītus
adjective
circular

Orbius
Orbius
cross-reference
in Rome on the Esquiline Hill

Orbius clivus
Orbius clīvus
expression
a place in Rome

orbo
orbō
verb
to deprive or bereave

Orbona
Orbōna
noun
the tutelary goddess of parents bereft of their children

orbus
orbus
adjective
bereaved

orca
orca
noun
a kind of whale

Orca
Orca
noun
a Roman surname

Orcadis
Orcadis
noun
islands near Scotland

orce
orcē
adverb

Orchamus
Orchamus
noun
a king of Babylonia

orchas
orchas
noun
a kind of edible olive of an oblong shape

orchesta
orchēsta
noun
a dancer

orchestopolarius
orchēstopolārius
noun
a juggler

orchestra
orchēstra
noun
The place where the Senate sat

orchion
orchion
noun
a plant

orchis
orchis
noun
A plant

orchita
orchīta
noun
a kind of olive of an oblong shape

orchites
orchītēs
noun
a kind of olive of an oblong shape

orchitis
orchītis
noun
a kind of olive of an oblong shape

Orchius
Orchius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens.

Orchomenius
Orchomenius
adjective
Orchomenian

Orchomenius
Orchomenius
noun
the inhabitants of Orchomenos

Orchomenon
Orchomenon
noun
The son of Athamas and Themisto

Orchomenos
Orchomenos
noun
The son of Athamas and Themisto

Orchomenum
Orchomenum
noun
The son of Athamas and Themisto

Orchomenus
Orchomenus
noun
The son of Athamas and Themisto

Orchus
Orchus
noun

Orcinianus
Orcīniānus
adjective
of or belonging to Orcus or to the dead

Orcinus
Orcīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the realms of the dead

Orcivius
Orcivius
adjective
name of a Roman

orcula
orcula
noun
a small tun

orcularis
orculāris
adjective
of or belonging to a cask or rundlet

Orcus
Orcus
noun
the Lower World

orcynus
orcȳnus
noun
a large seafish of the tunny species

ordeaceus
ordeāceus
adjective
of or relating to barley

ordearius
ordearius
adjective
of or relat. ing to barley

ordeum
ordeum
noun

ordeum
ordeum
noun
barley

ordia prima
ordia prīma
expression

ordia prima
ordia prīma
noun

ordinalis
ordinālis
adjective
that denotes an order of succession

ordinarie
ordināriē
adverb
in order

ordinarius
ordinārius
adjective
of or belonging to order

ordinarius
ordinārius
noun
An overseer who keeps order

ordinate
ordinātē
adverb
in an orderly manner

ordinatim
ordinātim
adverb
in order or succession

ordinatio
ordinātiō
noun
a setting in order

ordinativus
ordinātīvus
adjective
indicating or signifying order

ordinator
ordinātor
noun
an orderer

ordinatrix
ordinātrix
noun
she that orders or arranges

ordinatus
ordinātus
adjective

ordinatus
ordinātus
adjective
well ordered

ordino
ordinō
verb
to order

ordior
ordior
verb
to begin a web

orditus
ordītus
adjective

ordo
ordō
noun
a regular row

Ordovicis
Ordovicis
noun
a people of Britain

orea
ōrea
noun
the bit

Oreas
Orēas
noun
a mountainnymph

oreon
orēon
noun
a mountain-plant

Oreos
Ōrēos
noun
a city in Eubaea

Oreos
Orēos
noun
of the mountain

oreoselinon
oreoselīnon
noun
mountain-parsley

oreoselinum
oreoselīnum
noun
mountain-parsley

Oresitrophos
Oresītrophos
noun
one of Actaeon's hounds

Oresitrophus
Oresītrophus
noun
one of Actaeon's hounds

Oresta
Oresta
noun
a people of Macedonia

Orestes
Orestes
noun
the son of Agamemnon and Clytaemnestra

Oresteus
Orestēus
adjective
of or belonging to Orestes

Orestiades
Orestiades
cross-reference

Orestilla
Orestilla
noun
a female surname in the gens

orestion
orestion
noun
a plant

Orestis
Orestis
noun
a district in Macedonia

Oretanus
Ōrētānus
noun
the inhabitants of Oretum in Spain

Oreus
Ōrēus
noun
a city in Eubaea

orexis
orexis
noun
a longing

organalis
organālis
adjective
belonging to the organ

organarius
organārius
noun
a musical-instrument maker

organicus
organicus
noun
a musician

organicus
organicus
adjective
Of or relating to implements

organum
organum
noun
an implement

Orgessum
Orgessum
noun
a castle in Macedonia

Orgetorix
Orgetorix
noun
chief of the Helvetii

Orgiophanta
Orgiophanta
noun
a presider over the orgies

Orgium
Orgium
noun
a nocturnal festival in honor of Bacchus

Orgus
Orgus
noun
a river of Upper Italy

oria
oria
cross-reference

oria
oria
noun
a small vessel

Oribasus
Orībasus
noun
one of Actaeon's hounds

oribata
orībata
noun
a mountain-climber

orichalcum
orichalcum
noun
yellow copper ore

oricilla
ōricilla
noun
an ear-lap

Oricinus
Ōricīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Oricum

Oricius
Ōricius
adjective
of or belonging to Oricum

Oricos
Ōricos
noun
a seaport town of Illyria Graeca

oricula
ōricula
noun
The external ear

oricula
ōricula
cross-reference

oricularius
ōriculārius
adjective

oricularius
ōriculārius
noun
an aurist

Oricum
Ōricum
cross-reference

Oricum
Ōricum
noun
a seaport town of Illyria Graeca

Oricus
Ōricus
noun
a seaport town of Illyria Graeca

oridurius
ōridūrius
adjective
hard-mouthed

oriens
oriens
noun
The rising sun

orientalis
orientālis
adjective
of or belonging to the East

orientals
orientāls
noun
wild beasts designed for hunting exhibitions

Orientals
Orientāls
noun
the Orientals

orificium
ōrificium
noun
an opening

origa
ōrīga
noun

origanitus
orīganītus
adjective
wine spiced with

origanon
orīganon
noun
the plant wild-marjoram

origanum
orīganum
noun
the plant wild-marjoram

origanus
orīganus
noun
the plant wild-marjoram

Origenes
Ōrigenēs
noun
Origen

Origenistes
Ōrigenistēs
noun
a follower of Origen

originalis
orīginālis
adjective
primitive

originaliter
orīgināliter
adverb
originally

originarius
orīginārius
adjective
original

originarius
originārius
noun
original inhabitants

originatio
orīginātiō
noun
the derivation of words

originitus
orīginitus
adverb
originally

Origo
Orīgō
noun
a female proper name

origo
orīgō
noun
earliest beginning

orinda
orinda
noun
Ethiopian bread

Orine
Orīnē
noun
Orine

oriola
oriola
cross-reference

Orion
Ōrīōn
noun
the constellation Orion

orion
orīon
noun
a mountain-plant

oriorr
orior
cross-reference
to rise

oripelargus
orīpelargus
noun
the mountain-stork

oriputidus
ōripūtidus
adjective
that has a stinking mouth

Orita
Orita
noun
a nation of Ichthyophagi

orites
orītēs
noun

Orithyia
Ōrīthȳīa
noun
a female proper name

oritis
orītis
noun
a precious stone

oritis
orītis
noun

oriundus
oriundus
adjective
Descended

oriza
orīza
noun
rice

Ormenis
Ormenis
noun
the female descendant

ormenos
ormenos
noun
a kind of samphire

orminalis
ormīnālis
noun
a plant

orminos
orminos
noun
wild asparagus

ornamen
ornāmen
noun

ornamentarius
ornāmentārius
adjective
adorned with the insignia of an office

ornamentum
ornāmentum
noun
apparatus

ornate
ornātē
adverb
with ornament

ornatio
ornātiō
noun
an adorning

ornator
ornātor
noun
An adorner

ornatrix
ornātrix
noun
a female adorner

ornatulus
ornātulus
adjective
fine

ornatura
ornātūra
noun
ornament

ornatus
ornātus
adjective

ornatus
ornātus
adjective

ornatus
ornātus
noun
a furnishing

orneus
orneus
adjective
of the wild mountain-ash

Orneus
Ornēus
noun
a Centaur at the wedding of Pirithous

ornithias
ornīthiās
noun
the bird-wind

ornithogale
ornīthogalē
noun
a plant

ornithon
ornīthon
noun
a birdhouse

orno
ornō
verb
to fit out

ornus
ornus
noun
the wild mountain-ash

oro
ōrō
verb
To treat

Oroanda
Oroanda
noun
a city in Pisidia

Oroandensis
Oroandensis
noun
the inhabitants of Oroanda

Oroandes
Oroandes
noun
a part of the Taurus range

Oroandicus
Oroandicus
adjective
of or belonging to Oroanda

orobanche
orobanchē
noun
a plant

orobethron
orobēthron
noun
another name for the plant

orobias
orobiās
noun
a kind of incense

orobinus
orobinus
adjective
of or resembling the chickpea

orobitis
orobītis
noun
borax dyed of a yellowish color by means of the plant

orobus
orobus
noun
the bitter vetch

Orodes
Orōdēs
noun
a male proper name

Oroetes
Oroetēs
noun
a commander of the Medes under Darius

Oromedon
Ōromedōn
noun
one of the giants

Orontes
Orontes
noun
The principal river of Syria

Oronteus
Orontēus
adjective
of or belonging to the Orontes

Oropus
Ōrōpus
noun
a town of Baeotia

Orosius
Orosius
noun
an ecclesiastic of Tarragona

orozelum
orozēlum
noun
a plant

Orphaicus
Orphaicus
adjective

Orphaicus
Orphaicus
adjective
Orphic

Orphaicus
Orphaicus
noun
the Orphics

orphanotrophium
orphanotrophīum
noun
an orphan-asylum

orphanotrophium
orphanōtrophīum
noun
an orphan-asylum

orphanotrophus
orphanōtrophus
noun
a bringer-up of orphans

orphanotrophus
orphanotrophus
noun
a bringer-up of orphans

orphanus
orphanus
noun
an orphan

orphas
orphas
cross-reference

Orpheus
Orpheus
noun
the famous mythic singer of Thrace

Orpheus
Orphēus
adjective
of or belonging to Orpheus

Orphicus
Orphicus
adjective
of or belonging to Orpheus

Orphne
Orphnē
noun
Orphne

orphus
orphus
noun
a sea-fish

orrhopygium
orrhopȳgium
noun

Orses
Orsēs
noun
the name of a Trojan warrior

Orsiloche
Orsilochē
noun
the name of the Tauric Diana

Orsilochus
Orsilochus
noun
the name of a Trojan warrior

orsinus
orsinus
noun
a kind of crocus

orsorius
orsōrius
adjective
belonging to a loom

orsum
orsum
noun
Beginnings

orsus
orsus
noun
a beginning

orsus
orsus
adjective

orthagoriscus
orthagoriscus
noun
the pig-fish

orthampelos
orthampelos
noun
a straight vine

orthembasis
orthembasis
noun
a straight step

orthius
orthius
adjective
high

orthocissos
orthocissos
noun
a kind of tall ivy

orthocolus
orthocōlus
adjective
stiff in the joints

orthodoxe
orthodoxē
adverb

orthodoxus
orthodoxus
adjective
orthodox

orthogonius
orthogōnius
adjective
right-angled

orthographia
orthōgraphia
noun
Orthography

orthographia
orthographia
noun
Orthography

orthographus
orthographus
adjective
orthographic

orthographus
orthōgraphus
adjective
orthographic

orthographus
orthographus
noun
an orthographer

orthographus
orthōgraphus
noun
an orthographer

orthomastius
orthomastius
adjective
high-breasted

orthophallicus
orthophallicus
adjective
obscene

orthopnoea
orthopnoea
noun
difficulty of breathing

orthopnoicus
orthopnoicus
adjective
asthmatic

orthopsalticus
orthopsalticus
adjective
with high

orthopygium
orthopȳgium
noun
the rump and tail feathers of birds

Orthosia
Orthōsia
noun
A city in Phaenicia

Orthosis
Orthōsis
cross-reference
A city in Caria

orthostata
orthostata
noun
the facing of a wall

orthragoriscus
orthragoriscus
noun
the facing of a wall

Orthrus
Orthrus
noun
Geryon's dog

ortivus
ortīvus
adjective
of or belonging to rising

Ortona
Ortōna
noun
the capital city and port of the Frentani in Latium

Ortopanum
Ortopanum
noun
an ancient city of Bactriana

Ortospanum
Ortospanum
noun
an ancient city of Bactriana

ortus
ortus
adjective

ortus
ortus
adjective
sprung

ortus
ortus
noun
A rising

ortyga
ortyga
noun
a quail

Ortygia
Ortygia
noun
Another name for the isle of Delos

ortygia
ortygia
noun
a quail

Ortygie
Ortygiē
noun
Another name for the isle of Delos

Ortygius
Ortygius
adjective
Ortygian

ortygometra
ortygomētra
noun
quail-mother

ortyx
ortyx
noun
a plant

orum
ōrum
cross-reference

orum
ōrum
noun

orum
ōrum
noun
Gold

oryx
oryx
noun
a kind of wild goat or gazelle

oryza
orȳza
noun
rice

os
os
noun
a plant

os
os
noun
a skilful boxer

os
ōs
noun
the mouth

os
os
noun
a bone

Osca
Osca
noun
a town in Hispania Tarraconensis

Osce
Oscē
adverb
in Oscan

oscedo
oscēdō
noun
An inclination to yawn

oscen
oscen
noun
a singing-bird

Oscensis
Oscensis
adjective
of or belonging to Osca

Oscensis
Oscensis
cross-reference

Oscensis
Oscensis
noun
the inhabitants of Osca

oscillans
oscillans
adjective
P. a.

oscillans
oscillans
adjective

oscillatio
oscillātiō
noun
a swinging

oscillo
oscillō
verb
to swing

oscillum
oscillum
noun
a swing

oscillum
oscillum
noun
A little cavity in the middle of leguminous fruits

oscines
oscines
noun

oscitabundus
oscitābundus
adjective
gaping

oscitans
oscitans
adjective
listless

oscitanter
oscitanter
adverb
carelessly

oscitatio
oscitātiō
noun
an opening of the mouth wide

oscito
oscitō
verb
to open the mouth wide

oscitor
oscitor
verb
to open the mouth wide

osclum
osclum
noun
a little mouth

osculabundus
osculābundus
adjective
kissing

Osculana
Osculāna
verb

osculatio
osculātiō
noun
a kissing

osculo
osculō
verb
to kiss

osculor
osculor
verb
to kiss

osculo
osculō
verb
to supply with a mouth or outlet

osculum
osculum
noun
a little mouth

Oscus
Oscus
noun
the Oscans

Oscus
Oscus
adjective
Oscan

Osdroena
Osdroēna
noun
a country in the western part of Mesopotamia

Osdroeni
Osdroēnī
noun
Its inhabitants

Osi
Osī
noun
a people of Germany

Osinius
Osīnius
noun
king of Clusium

Osireostaphe
Osīreostaphē
noun
a plant

Osiris
Osīris
noun
An Egyptian deity

Osiritis
Osīrītis
noun
the name of a plant

osmen
osmen
noun
a foreboding

osor
ōsor
noun
a hater

Osphagus
Osphagus
noun
a river in Macedonia

ospicor
ospicor
verb
to take the auspices

ospico
ospicō
verb
to take the auspices

ospratura
osprātūra
noun
the purchase of pulse

Ossa
Ossa
noun
a high mountain in Thessaly

Ossaeus
Ossaeus
adjective
Ossean

ossarium
ossārium
noun
a receptacle for the bones of the dead

ossarium
ossārium
noun

osseus
osseus
adjective
of bone

ossicularis
ossiculāris
adjective
of or belonging to the small bones

ossiculatim
ossiculātim
adverb
by bones

ossiculum
ossiculum
noun
a small bone

ossifraga
ossifraga
noun
the sea-eagle

ossifragus
ossifragus
adjective
bone-breaking

ossifragus
ossifragus
noun
the sea-eagle

ossilago
ossilāgō
noun
a hardness as of bone

ossilegium
ossilegium
noun
a bonegathering

ossilegus
ossilegus
adjective
a bone-gatherer

Ossipaga
Ossipāga
noun
bone-fastener

Ossipagina
Ossipāgina
noun
bone-fastener

Ossipanga
Ossipanga
noun
bone-fastener

ossor
ossor
noun
a hater

ossosus
ossōsus
adjective
bony

ossuarium
ossuārium
noun

ossuarium
ossuārium
noun
a receptacle for the bones of the dead

ossuarius
ossuārius
adjective
of or for bones

ossuculum
ossuculum
cross-reference

ossum
ossum
noun

ossum
ossum
noun
a bone

ossuosus
ossuōsus
adjective
full of bones

ostendo
ostendō
verb
to stretch out or spread before

ostensio
ostensiō
noun
a showing

ostensionalis
ostensiōnālis
adjective
that serves for parade or display

ostensor
ostensor
noun
a shower

ostensus
ostensus
adjective

ostentabilis
ostentābilis
adjective
worth showing

ostentaculum
ostentāculum
noun
a sign

ostentamen
ostentāmen
noun
show

ostentarium
ostentārium
noun
a book of prognostics

ostentarius
ostentārius
adjective
of or relating to prophetic indications

ostentaticius
ostentātīcius
adjective
that serves for display

ostentatio
ostentātiō
noun
a showing

ostentatius
ostentātius
adjective
that serves for display

ostentator
ostentātor
noun
a vain

ostentatorius
ostentātōrius
cross-reference

ostentatrix
ostentātrix
noun
she that displays or boasts

ostentifer
ostentifer
adjective
portentous

ostento
ostentō
verb
to present to view

ostentum
ostentum
noun
a prodigy

ostentum
ostentum
noun

ostentus
ostentus
adjective

ostentus
ostentus
noun
a showing

ostentus
ostentus
adjective

ostes
ostēs
noun
a kind of earthquake

ostiaria
ostiāria
noun
a female doorkeeper

ostiarium
ostiārium
noun
a tax upon doors

ostiarius
ostiārius
adjective
of or belonging to the door

ostiatim
ostiātim
adverb
from door to door

Ostiensis
Ostiensis
adjective

Ostiensis
Ostiensis
adjective
of or belonging to Ostia

ostigo
ostīgō
noun
a kind of eruption or scab on lambs

ostiolum
ostiolum
noun
a little door

ostium
ostium
noun
a door

Ostium
Ostium
noun
a seaport town in Latium

ostocopos
ostocopos
noun
boneracking

Ostorius
Ostōrius
noun
the name of several Romans

ostraceum
ostraceum
noun
a mussel

ostracias
ostraciās
noun
a semigem

ostracites
ostracītēs
noun
a precious stone

ostracitis
ostracītis
noun
Hornstone

ostracitis
ostracītis
noun
a semigem

ostracium
ostracium
noun
a mussel

ostrea
ostrea
noun
an oyster

ostrearium
ostreārium
noun
an oyster-bed

ostrearius
ostreārius
adjective
of or belonging to oysters

ostreatus
ostreātus
adjective
rough

ostreosus
ostreōsus
adjective
abounding in oysters

ostreum
ostreum
noun
an oyster

ostreum
ostreum
noun

ostriago
ostriāgō
noun
a plant

ostricolor
ostricolor
noun
purple-colored

ostrifer
ostrifer
adjective
containing or abounding in oysters

ostrinus
ostrīnus
adjective
purple

Ostrogotha
Ostrogotha
noun
an Ostrogoth

Ostrogothus
Ostrogothus
noun
an Ostrogoth

ostrum
ostrum
noun
the blood of the sea-snail

ostrya
ostrya
noun
a tree with hard wood

ostrys
ostrys
noun
a tree with hard wood

osurus
ōsūrus
adjective
Partt

osus
ōsus
adjective
Partt

osyris
osyris
noun
a plant

Otacilia
Otācilia
noun
the name of a Roman gens. So

Otacilius
Otācilius
noun
the name of a Roman gens. So

otacustes
ōtacustēs
noun
a listener

Otho
Othō
noun
a Roman surname

Othonianus
Othōniānus
adjective
of or belonging to the emperor Otho

othonna
othonna
noun
a Syrian plant

Othos
Ōthos
noun
the name of a giant

Othrepte
Othreptē
noun
one of the Amazons

Othryades
Othryadēs
noun
a male proper name

Othrys
Othrys
noun
a mountain in Thessaly

Othrysius
Othrysius
adjective
Othrysian

otia
ōtia
noun
a kind of mussel

otiabundus
ōtiābundus
adjective
having or enjoying leisure

otior
ōtior
verb
to have or enjoy leisure

otiolum
ōtiolum
noun
a little leisure

otiose
ōtiōsē
adverb

otiose
ōtiōsē
adverb

otiositas
ōtiōsitās
noun
leisure

otiosus
ōtiōsus
adjective
at leisure

otiosus
ōtiōsus
noun
a private person

otis
ōtis
noun
a species of bustard

otium
ōtium
noun
leisure

otopeta
ōtopeta
noun
longear

Otos
Ōtos
noun
the name of a giant

Otriculanus
Otriculānus
adjective
of or belonging to Ocriculum

otus
ōtus
noun
a kind of owl

Otus
Ōtus
noun
the name of a giant

Oufens
Oufens
adjective
A small river in Latium

Oufens
Oufens
adjective

Oufentinus
Oufentīnus
adjective

Oufentinus
Oufentīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Ufens

ouls
ouls
preposition
beyond

ovalis
ovālis
adjective
of or belonging to an ovation

ovans
ovans
adjective
exulting

ovanter
ovanter
adverb
exultingly

ovarius
ōvārius
noun
an egg-keeper

ovatio
ovātiō
noun
an ovation

ovatus
ovātus
adjective

ovatus
ovātus
noun
a shouting

ovatus
ōvātus
adjective
Eggshaped

ovecula
ovecula
cross-reference

ovecula
ovecula
noun
a little sheep

Ovia
Ovia
cross-reference
wife of L. Lollius

oviaria
oviāria
noun
a flock of sheep

oviaricus
oviāricus
adjective
of or belonging to sheep

oviarius
oviārius
adjective
of or belonging to sheep

ovicerda
ovicerda
noun
sheep's dung

ovicerda
ovicerda
noun

ovico
ōvicō
verb
to mix with the white of an egg

ovicula
ovicula
noun
a little sheep

Ovidius
Ovidius
noun
Ovid

ovile
ovīle
noun
A sheepfold

ovilio
ovīliō
noun
a shepherd

ovilis
ovīlis
adjective
of or for sheep

ovillinus
ovillīnus
adjective
of or belonging to sheep

ovillus
ovillus
adjective
of or belonging to sheep

Ovinius
Ovīnius
noun
a Roman surname

ovinus
ovīnus
adjective
of or belonging to sheep

oviparus
ōviparus
adjective
that lays eggs

ovis
ovis
noun
wool

Ovius
Ovius
cross-reference
wife of L. Lollius

Ovius
Ovius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

ovo
ovō
verb
v. defect. n

ovum
ōvum
noun
an egg

oxalis
oxalis
noun
a sort of sorrel

oxalme
oxalmē
noun
a pickle or sauce made of vinegar and brine

Oxartes
Oxartēs
noun
a Persian

Oxathres
Oxathrēs
noun
brother of the Persian king

oxime
oximē
adverb

oxime
oxime
adverb
quickly

Oximum
Oximum
noun
a city in Italy

Oxionis
Oxionis
noun
a people in Sarmatia

Oxos
Oxos
noun
the Oxus

Oxus
Oxus
noun
the Oxus

Oxus
Oxus
noun

oxybaphus
oxybaphus
noun
a vinegar-cup

oxycedros
oxycedros
noun
a species of cedar with pointed leaves

oxycominum
oxycominum
noun
pickled olives

oxygala
oxygala
noun
the thick part of curdled milk

oxygarum
oxygarum
noun
a sauce of vinegar and

oxylapathum
oxylapathum
noun
a kind of sorrel

oxymel
oxymel
noun
vinegar-honey

oxymeli
oxymelī
noun
vinegar-honey

oxymorus
oxymōrus
adjective
acutely silly

oxymyrsine
oxymyrsīnē
noun
the plant prickly-myrtle

oxypaederotinus
oxypaederōtinus
adjective
opal-colored

oxyporus
oxyporus
adjective
that passes quickly through

Oxyrae
Oxyraē
noun
one of Actaeon's hounds

Oxyrrhoe
Oxyrrhoē
noun
one of Actaeon's hounds

oxys
oxys
noun
Common wood-sorrel

oxysaccharum
oxysaccharum
noun
vinegar-sugar

oxyschoenos
oxyschoenos
noun
a kind of rush

oxytonon
oxytonon
noun
wild poppy

oxytriphyllon
oxytriphyllon
noun
sharp-leaved trefoil

oxyzomus
oxyzōmus
adjective
seasoned with sour sauce

ozaena
ozaena
noun
A kind of polypus

ozaenitis
ozaenītis
noun
bastard nard

ozaenosus
ozaenōsus
adjective
affected with a polypus

Ozogardana
Ozogardana
noun
a city of Mesopotamia

Ozomene
Ozomenē
noun
the wife of Thaumas and mother of the Harpies

ozymum
ōzymum
noun
an herb which serves for fodder

ozymum
ozymum
noun

 
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