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pabulatio
pābulātiō
noun
a collecting of fodder

pabulator
pābulātor
noun
a forager

pabulor
pābulor
verb
to forage

pabulum
pābulum
noun
food

pacalis
pācālis
adjective
of peace

pacatus
pācātus
adjective
pacified

pacifer
pācifer
adjective
peacebringing

pacificatio
pācificātiō
noun
a peace-making

pacificator
pācificātor
noun
a peace-maker

pacificatorius
pācificātōrius
adjective
peace-making

pacifico
pācificō
verb
to make peace

pacificus
pācificus
adjective
peace-making

paciscor
pacīscor
verb
to agree together

paco
pācō
verb
to make peaceful

pacta
pacta
noun
a betrothed woman

pactio
pactiō
noun
an agreeing

Pactolos
Pactōlos
noun
a river of Lydia

Pactolus
Pactōlus
noun
a river of Lydia

pactor
pactor
noun
a contractor

pactum
pactum
noun
an agreement

pactus
pāctus
participle
p. of pango

pactus
pactus
adjective
agreed

Paean
Paeān
noun
the god of healing (an epithet of Apollo)

paedagogus
paedagōgus
noun
a governor

paedico
paedīcō
verb
to practice unnatural vice upon

paedor
paedor
noun
nastiness

paelex
paelex
noun
a kept mistress

paelicatus
paelicātus
noun
the relation of a mistress

paene
paene
adverb
nearly

paeninsula
paenīnsula
noun
a peninsula

paenitendus
paenitendus
adjective
to be repented of

paenitens
paenitēns
adjective
repentant

paenitentia
paenitentia
noun
repentance

paeniteo
paeniteō
verb
to make sorry

paenula
paenula
noun
a woollen outer garment covering the body

paenulatus
paenulātus
adjective
wearing the paenula

paenuria
pāenūria
noun
want

paeon
paeōn
noun
a metrical foot of one long and three short syllables (in any order)

Paeonius
Paeōnius
adjective
of Paeon (god of physicians)

paetulus
paetulus
adjective
with a cast in the eye

paetus
paetus
adjective
with a cast in the eye

paganus
pāgānus
adjective
of the country

pagatim
pāgātim
adverb
by villages

pagella
pāgella
noun
a little page

pagina
pāgina
noun
a leaf of paper

paginula
pāginula
noun
a little page

pagus
pāgus
noun
a district

pala
pāla
noun
for * pagla

palaestra
palaestra
noun
a wrestling school

palaestrice
palaestricē
adverb
after the manner of the palaestra

palaestricus
palaestricus
adjective
of the palaestra

palaestrita
palaestrīta
noun
a professional wrestler

palam
palam
adverb
openly

palam
palam
preposition
before

palanga
palanga
noun
wooden rollers (for moving heavy engines)

palans
pālāns
participle
p. of palor

Palatinus
Palātīnus
adjective
of the Palatium

palatium
palātium
noun
the Palatine hill

palatum
palātum
noun
the palate

palea
palea
noun
chaff

palearis
paleāris
noun
a dew-lap (of an ox)

Pales
Palēs
noun
an Italian goddess of shepherds and pastures

Palicus
Palīcus
noun
a son of Jupiter

Palilis
Palīlis
adjective
of Pales

palimpsestus
palimpsēstus
noun
a parchment rewritten after erasure

paliurus
paliūrus
noun
a plant

palla
palla
noun
a long robe

Palladium
Palladium
noun
an image of Pallas

Pallantis
Pallantis
noun
Aurora

Pallas
Pallas
noun
a surname of Athene (identified with the Roman Minerva)

pallens
pallēns
adjective
pale

palleo
palleō
verb
to be pale

pallesco
pallēscō
verb
to turn pale

palliatus
palliātus
adjective
dressed in a pallium (usu. of Greeks)

pallidulus
pallidulus
adjective
somewhat pale

pallidus
pallidus
adjective
pale

palliolum
palliolum
noun
a small Greek mantle

pallium
pallium
noun
a cover

pallor
pallor
noun
pale color

palma
palma
noun
the palm

palmaris
palmāris
adjective
of the palm

palmarius
palmārius
adjective
of the palm

palmatus
palmātus
adjective
bearing palms

palmes
palmes
noun
a young vine-branch

palmetum
palmētum
noun
a palm-grove

palmifer
palmifer
adjective
palm-bearing

palmosus
palmōsus
adjective
full of palm-trees

palmula
palmula
noun
an oar-blade

palor
pālor
verb
to wander up and down

palpebra
palpebra
noun
the eyelids

palpito
palpitō
verb
to tremble

palpor
palpor
verb
to stroke

palpo
palpō
verb
to wheedle

paludamentum
palūdāmentum
noun
a military cloak

paludatus
palūdātus
adjective
with a military cloak

paludosus
palūdōsus
adjective
fenny

palumbes
palumbēs
noun
a woodpigeon

palus
pālus
noun
a stake

palus
palūs
noun
a swamp

paluster
palūster
adjective
fenny

pampineus
pampineus
adjective
of vine-leaves

pampinus
pampinus
noun
a tendril of a vine

Pan
Pān
noun
pan

panacea
panacēa
noun
an herb said to heal all diseases

panchrestus
panchrēstus
adjective
good for everything

pancratium
pancratium
noun
a gymnastic contest

pando
pandō
verb
to spread out

pandus
pandus
adjective
bent

panegyricus
panēgyricus
adjective
of a public assembly

pango
pangō
verb
to fasten

panicum
pānicum
noun
panic-grass

panis
pānis
noun
bread

panniculus
panniculus
noun
a bit of cloth

pannosus
pannōsus
adjective
ragged

pannus
pannus
noun
a piece of cloth

Panomphaeus
Panomphaeus
noun
source of all oracles

panthera
panthēra
noun
a panther

Panthoides
Panthoidēs
noun
son of Panthus

papae
papae
interjection
interj.

papas
pāpās
noun
a governor

papaver
papāver
noun
a poppy

papavereus
papāvereus
adjective
of poppies

Paphius
Paphius
adjective
of Paphos (a city of Cyprus)

papilio
pāpiliō
noun
a butterfly

papilla
papilla
noun
a nipple

pappas
pappās
noun
a governor

papula
papula
noun
a pustule

papyrifer
papȳrifer
adjective
producing papyrus

papyrus
papȳrus
noun
the paper-plant

par
pār
adjective
equal

parabilis
parābilis
adjective
easily procured

parapsis
parapsis
noun
a small dish for delicacies

parasita
parasīta
noun
a female parasite

parasitaster
parasītaster
noun
a sorry parasite

parasitus
parasītus
noun
a toad-eater

parate
parātē
adverb
with preparation

paratio
parātiō
noun
a preparing

paratus
parātus
adjective
prepared

paratus
parātus
noun
a preparation

Parca
Parca
noun
a goddess of Fate

parce
parcē
adverb
sparingly

parcens
parcēns
adjective
sparing

parcimonia
parcimōnia
noun
frugality

parco
parcō
verb
to act sparingly

parcus
parcus
adjective
sparing

pardalis
pardalis
noun
a female panther

pardus
pardus
noun
a male panther

parens
parēns
noun
a procreator

parens
pārēns
adjective
obedient

parentalis
parentālis
adjective
of parents

parento
parentō
verb
to offer a solemn sacrifice in honor of dead kindred

pareo
pāreō
verb
to appear

paricida
pāricīda
noun
one who slays his father

paricida
pāricīda
cross-reference

paricidium
pāricīdium
cross-reference

paricidium
pāricīdium
noun
the murder of a father

pariens
pariēns
participle
p. of 2 pario

paries
pariēs
noun
[of a building] a wall

parietina
parietina
noun
fallen walls

Parilis
Parīlis
cross-reference

Parilis
Parīlis
adjective
of Pales

parilis
parilis
adjective
equal

parilis
parīlis
cross-reference

pario
pariō
verb
to bring forth

pariter
pariter
adverb
equally

parma
parma
noun
a small round shield

parmatus
parmātus
adjective
bearing the parma

parmula
parmula
noun
a little shield

paro
parō
verb
to make ready

paro
parō
verb
to make equal

parochus
parochus
noun
a purveyor

paropsis
paropsis
noun
a small dish for delicacies

parra
parra
noun
a bird of ill omen

parricida
parricīda
noun
one who slays his father

parricidium
parricīdium
noun
the murder of a father

pars
pars
noun
a part

parsimonia
parsimōnia
noun
frugality

parthenice
parthenicē
noun
a plant

Parthenope
Parthenopē
noun
Neapolis (where the Siren Parthenope was buried)

particeps
particeps
adjective
sharing

participo
participō
verb
to make partaker

particula
particula
noun
a small part

partim
partim
adverb
partly

partior
partior
verb
to share

partio
partiō
verb
to share

partite
partītē
adverb
with proper divisions

partitio
partītiō
noun
a sharing

partitus
partītus
participle
p. of partio and of partior

parturio
parturiō
verb
to desire to bring forth

partus
partus
noun
a bearing

partus
partus
adjective
gained

parum
parum
adverb
too little

parumper
parumper
adverb
for a little while

parvitas
parvitās
noun
smallness

parvolus
parvolus
adjective
very small

parvulus
parvulus
adjective
very small

parvus
parvus
adjective
[of magnitude] little

pasco
pāscō
verb
to cause to eat

pascuus
pāscuus
adjective
for pasture

passer
passer
noun
a sparrow

passerculus
passerculus
noun
a little sparrow

passim
passim
adverb
spread

passus
passus
adjective
outspread

passus
passus
participle
p. of patior

passus
passus
noun
a step

pastillus
pāstillus
noun
a lozenge

pastio
pāstiō
noun
a pasturing

pastor
pāstor
noun
a herdsman

pastoralis
pāstōrālis
adjective
of herdsmen

pastoricius
pāstōrīcius
adjective
of a shepherd

pastorius
pāstōrius
adjective
of a herdsman

pastus
pāstus
noun
pasture

pastus
pāstus
participle
p. of pasco

Pataraeus
Pataraeus
adjective
of Patara (a seaport of Lycia)

patefacio
patefaciō
verb
to lay open

patefactio
patefactiō
noun
a laying open

patefactus
patefactus
cross-reference
[pass. of patefacio]

patefio
patefīō
cross-reference
[pass. of patefacio]

patella
patella
noun
a small pan

patena
patena
noun
a broad

patens
patēns
adjective
open

patenter
patenter
adverb
openly

pateo
pateō
verb
to stand open

pater
pater
noun
a father

patera
patera
noun
a low bowl

pater familias
pater familiās
cross-reference

paternus
paternus
adjective
of a father

patesco
patēscō
verb
to be laid open

pathicus
pathicus
adjective
submitting to lust

patibilis
patibilis
adjective
tolerable

patibulum
patibulum
noun
a fork-shaped yoke

patiens
patiēns
adjective
bearing

patienter
patienter
adverb
patiently

patientia
patientia
noun
the quality of suffering

patina
patina
noun
a broad

patio
patiō
verb
old form of patior found in old legal formulas

patior
patior
verb
to bear

patisco
patīscō
verb
to be laid open

patrator
patrātor
noun
an effecter

patratus
patrātus
adjective
[only in the phrase pater patratus] the fetial priest

patria
patria
noun
a fatherland

patricida
patricīda
noun
a murderer of a father

patricius
patricius
adjective
of fatherly dignity

patrimonium
patrimōnium
noun
an inheritance from a father

patrimus
patrīmus
adjective
that has a father living

patrisso
patrissō
verb
to take after a father

patritus
patrītus
adjective
of a father

patrius
patrius
adjective
of a native country

patrius
patrius
adjective
of a father

patro
patrō
verb
to bring to pass

patrocinium
patrōcinium
noun
protection

patrocinor
patrōcinor
verb
to be a patron

patrona
patrōna
noun
a protectress

patronus
patrōnus
noun
a protector

patruelis
patruēlis
adjective
of a father's brother

patruus
patruus
noun
a father's brother

patruus
patruus
adjective
of a father's brother

patulus
patulus
adjective
spread out

paucitas
paucitās
noun
a small number

pauculus
pauculus
adjective
very few

paucus
paucus
adjective
few

paulatim
paulātim
adverb
by little and little

paulisper
paulisper
adverb
for a little while

paulo
paulō
adverb
[as abl. of difference in expressions of comparison] by a little

paululo
paululō
adverb
by a little

paululum
paululum
adverb
a little

paululus
paululus
adjective
very little

paulum
paulum
adverb
a little

paulus
paulus
adjective
little

pauper
pauper
adjective
poor

pauperculus
pauperculus
adjective
poor

pauperies
pauperiēs
noun
poverty

paupero
pauperō
verb
to impoverish

paupertas
paupertās
noun
poverty

pausia
pausia
noun
a superior kind of olive

pauxillulus
pauxillulus
adjective
very little

pauxillus
pauxillus
adjective
very little

pavefactus
pavefactus
adjective
in terror

paveo
paveō
verb
to be struck with fear

pavesco
pavēscō
verb
to begin to fear

pavide
pavidē
adverb
with fear

pavidus
pavidus
adjective
trembling

pavimentatus
pavīmentātus
adjective
furnished with a pavement

pavimentum
pavīmentum
noun
a level surface beaten firm

pavio
paviō
verb
to beat

pavito
pavitō
verb
to tremble

pavo
pāvō
noun
a peacock

pavor
pavor
noun
a trembling

pax
pāx
noun
a compact

peccans
peccāns
adjective
sinful

peccatum
peccātum
noun
a fault

peccatus
peccātus
noun
a failing

pecco
peccō
verb
a_tus

pecorosus
pecorōsus
adjective
rich in cattle

pecten
pecten
noun
a comb (for the hair)

pecto
pectō
verb
to comb

pectus
pectus
noun
a breast

pecu
pecu
noun
cattle

pecuarius
pecuārius
adjective
of cattle

peculator
pecūlātor
noun
an embezzler

peculatus
pecūlātus
noun
an embezzlement

peculiaris
pecūliāris
adjective
of private property

peculium
pecūlium
noun
property

pecunia
pecūnia
noun
property

pecuniarius
pecūniārius
adjective
of money

pecuniosus
pecūniōsus
adjective
moneyed

pecus
pecus
noun
a head of cattle

pecus
pecus
noun
cattle (all domestic animals kept for food or service)

pedalis
pedālis
adjective
of the size of a foot

pedarius
pedārius
adjective
of the foot

pedes
pedes
noun
a foot-traveller

pedester
pedester
adjective
on foot

pedetemptentim
pedetemptentim
adverb
step by step

pedetemptim
pedetemptim
adverb
step by step

pedica
pedica
noun
a fetter

pedisequa
pedisequa
noun
a female attendant

pedisequus
pedisequus
noun
a follower on foot

peditatus
peditātus
noun
foot-soldiers

pedo
pēdō
verb
to break wind

pedor
pēdor
noun
nastiness

pedum
pedum
noun
a shepherd's crook

Pegasos
Pēgasos
noun
[in fable] a winged horse of the Muses

Pegasus
Pēgasus
noun
[in fable] a winged horse of the Muses

pegma
pēgma
noun
a fixture of boards

peiero
pēierō
verb
to swear falsely

peior
pēior
adjective
worse

peiurus
pēiūrus
adjective
oath-breaking

peius
pēius
adverb
worse

pelagius
pelagius
adjective
of the sea

pelagus
pelagus
noun
the sea

pelamys
pēlamys
noun
a young tunnyfish

Pelasgus
Pelasgus
noun
the Pelasgians

pelex
pēlex
noun
a kept mistress

pelex
pēlex
cross-reference

pelicatus
pēlicātus
noun
the relation of a mistress

pellax
pellāx
adjective
seductive

pellectio
pellēctiō
noun
a perusal

pellego
pellegō
verb
to view all over

pellex
pellex
noun
a kept mistress

pellicatus
pellicātus
cross-reference

pellicio
pelliciō
verb
to allure

pellicula
pellicula
noun
a small skin

pellis
pellis
noun
a skin

pellitus
pellītus
adjective
covered with skins

pello
pellō
verb
to beat

pelluceo
pellūceō
verb
to shine through

pelluceo
pellūceō
cross-reference

pellucidulus
pellūcidulus
adjective
somewhat transparent

pellucidus
pellūcidus
cross-reference

pellucidus
pellūcidus
adjective
transparent

peloris
pelōris
noun
a large shell-fish

pelta
pelta
noun
a light shield

peltasta
peltasta
noun
soldiers armed with the pelt

peltatus
peltātus
adjective
armed with the pelt

pelvis
pelvis
noun
a basin

penarius
penārius
adjective
for provisions

Penates
Penātēs
noun
the Penates

penatiger
penātiger
adjective
carrying the household gods

pendeo
pendeō
verb
to hang

pendo
pendō
verb
to suspend

pendulus
pendulus
adjective
hanging

pene
pēne
cross-reference

penes
penes
preposition
with

penetrabilis
penetrābilis
adjective
penetrable

penetralis
penetrālis
adjective
piercing

penetro
penetrō
verb
to enter

peni
penī
cross-reference

Peni
Penī
cross-reference

penicillus
pēnicillus
noun
a painter's brush

peniculus
pēniculus
noun
a sponge

peninsula
pēnīnsula
noun
a peninsula

peninsula
pēnīnsula
cross-reference

penis
pēnis
noun
a tail [old]

penite
penitē
adverb
profoundly

penitus
penitus
adverb
inwardly

penna
penna
noun
a feather

pennatus
pennātus
adjective
furnished with wings

penniger
penniger
cross-reference

Penninus
Penninus
cross-reference

penninus
penninus
cross-reference

Penninus
Pennīnus
adjective
pennine (of the Alps

pennipes
pennipēs
cross-reference

pennula
pennula
cross-reference

pensilis
pēnsilis
adjective
hanging

pensio
pēnsiō
noun
a paying

pensito
pēnsitō
verb
to weigh out

penso
pēnsō
verb
to weigh

pensum
pēnsum
noun
wool weighed out to a slave for a day's spinning

pensus
pēnsus
participle
p. of pendo

penula
pēnula
cross-reference

penula
pēnula
noun
a woollen outer garment covering the body

penulatus
pēnulatus
cross-reference

penultimus
pēnultimus
cross-reference

penuria
pēnūria
noun
want

penus
penus
noun
a store [food] provision

peplum
peplum
noun
an outer robe

per
per
preposition
[in space] through

pera
pēra
noun
a bag

perabsurdus
perabsurdus
adjective
very absurd

peraccommodatus
peraccommodātus
adjective
very convenient

peracer
perācer
adjective
very sharp

peracerbus
peracerbus
adjective
very harsh

peractio
perāctiō
noun
a completion

peractus
perāctus
participle
p. of perago

peracute
peracūtē
adverb
very sharply

peracutus
peracūtus
adjective
very clear

peradperappositus
peradperappositus
adjective
very suitable

peradulescens
peradulēscēns
adjective
very young

peradulescentulus
peradulēscentulus
noun
dim

peraeque
peraequē
adverb
quite equally

peragito
peragitō
verb
to harass

perago
peragō
verb
to thrust through

peragratio
peragrātiō
noun
a wandering through

peragro
peragrō
verb
to wander through

peraltus
peraltus
adjective
very high

peramans
peramāns
adjective
very fond

peramanter
peramanter
adverb
very lovingly

perambulo
perambulō
verb
to ramble through

peramoenus
peramoenus
adjective
very pleasant

peramplus
peramplus
adjective
very large

peranguste
perangustē
adverb
very narrowly

perangustus
perangustus
adjective
very narrow

perantiquus
perantīquus
adjective
very ancient

perappositus
perappositus
adjective
very suitable

perarduus
perarduus
adjective
very difficult

perargutus
perargūtus
adjective
very acute

perarmatus
perarmātus
adjective
thoroughly armed

peraro
perarō
verb
to plough through

perattente
perattentē
adverb
very attentively

perattentus
perattentus
adjective
very attentive

perbacchor
perbacchor
verb
to carouse

perbeatus
perbeātus
adjective
very fortunate

perbelle
perbellē
adverb
very prettily

perbene
perbene
adverb
very well

perbenevolus
perbenevolus
adjective
very friendly

perbenigne
perbenīgnē
adverb
very kindly

perbibo
perbibō
verb
to drink in

perblandus
perblandus
adjective
very courteous

perbonus
perbonus
adjective
very good

perbrevis
perbrevis
adjective
very short

perbreviter
perbreviter
adverb
very briefly

perca
perca
noun
a perch

percalesco
percalēscō
verb
to be heated through

percallesco
percallēscō
verb
to become hardened

percarus
percārus
adjective
very dear

percautus
percautus
adjective
very cautious

percelebro
percelebrō
verb
to pronounce frequently

perceler
perceler
adjective
very quick

perceleriter
perceleriter
adverb
very quickly

percello
percellō
verb
to beat down

percenseo
percēnseō
verb
to count over

perceptio
perceptiō
noun
a taking

perceptus
perceptus
adjective
perceived

percieo
percieō
cross-reference

percipio
percipiō
verb
to take wholly

percitus
percitus
adjective
greatly moved

percolo
percolō
verb
to deck

percomis
percōmis
adjective
very courteous

percommode
percommodē
adverb
very suitably

percommodus
percommodus
adjective
very suitable

percontatio
percontātiō
noun
a persistent asking

percontator
percontātor
noun
a persistent asker

percontor
percontor
verb
to search with a pole

percontumax
percontumāx
adjective
very obstinate

percoquo
percoquō
verb
to ripen

percrebesco
percrēbēscō
verb
to become frequent

percrebresco
percrēbrēscō
verb
to become frequent

percrepo
percrepō
verb
to resound

perculsus
perculsus
participle
p. of percello

percunct
percūnct
cross-reference

percunctatio
percūnctātiō
noun
a persistent asking

percunctator
percūnctātor
noun
a persistent asker

percunctor
percūnctor
verb
to search with a pole

percupidus
percupidus
adjective
very fond

percupio
percupiō
verb
to desire earnestly

percuriosus
percūriōsus
adjective
very curious

percuro
percūrō
verb
to heal thoroughly

percurro
percurrō
verb
to run

percursatio
percursātiō
noun
a travelling through

percursio
percursiō
noun
a running through

percurso
percursō
verb
to rove about

percursus
percursus
participle
p. of percurro

percussio
percussiō
noun
a beating

percussor
percussor
noun
a striker

percussus
percussus
participle
p. of percutio

percussus
percussus
noun
a beating

percutio
percutiō
verb
to strike through and through

perdepso
perdepsō
verb
to knead

perdifficilis
perdifficilis
adjective
very difficult

perdifficiliter
perdifficiliter
adverb
with great difficulty

perdignus
perdīgnus
adjective
very worthy

perdiligens
perdīligens
adjective
very diligent

perdiligenter
perdīligenter
cross-reference
with great diligence

perdisco
perdiscō
verb
to learn thoroughly

perdiserte
perdisertē
adverb
very eloquently

perdite
perditē
adverb
recklessly

perditor
perditor
noun
a ruiner

perditus
perditus
adjective
lost

perdiu
perdiū
adverb
for a great while

perdiuturnus
perdiuturnus
adjective
lasting very long

perdives
perdīves
adjective
very rich

perdix
perdīx
noun
a plover

perdo
perdō
verb
to make away with

perdoceo
perdoceō
verb
to teach thoroughly

perdoctus
perdoctus
adjective
very learned

perdoleo
perdoleō
verb
to pain deeply

perdolesco
perdolēscō
verb
to feel great pain

perdomo
perdomō
verb
to tame thoroughly

perduco
perdūcō
verb
to lead through

perductor
perductor
noun
a seducer

perductus
perductus
participle
p. of perduco

perduellio
perduelliō
noun
open hostility

perduellis
perduellis
noun
a public enemy

perduro
perdūrō
verb
to last

peredo
peredō
verb
to consume

peregre
peregre
adverb
abroad

peregrinabundus
peregrīnābundus
adjective
travelling about

peregrinans
peregrīnāns
participle
p. of peregrinor

peregrinatio
peregrīnātiō
noun
a sojourn abroad

peregrinator
peregrīnātor
noun
a wanderer

peregrinitas
peregrīnitās
noun
strange ways

peregrinor
peregrīnor
verb
to sojourn in a strange land

peregrinus
peregrīnus
adjective
from foreign parts

perelegans
perēlegāns
adjective
very neat

pereleganter
perēleganter
adjective
very finely

pereloquens
perēloquēns
adjective
very eloquent

peremnis
peremnis
adjective
relating to crossing a river

peremo
peremō
verb
to take away entirely

peremptus
perēmptus
participle
p. of perimo

peremtus
perēmtus
participle
p. of perimo

perendie
perendiē
adverb
on the day after to-morrow

perendinus
perendinus
adjective
after to-morrow

perennis
perennis
adjective
lasting throughout the year

perennitas
perennitās
noun
continuance

perenno
perennō
verb
to last

pereo
pereō
verb
to pass away

perequito
perequitō
verb
to ride through

pererro
pererrō
verb
to wander through

pereruditus
perērudītus
adjective
very learned

peresus
perēsus
participle
p. of peredo

perexcelsus
perexcelsus
adjective
exalted

perexigue
perexiguē
adverb
very sparingly

perexiguus
perexiguus
adjective
very small

perexpeditus
perexpedītus
adjective
very ready

perfacete
perfacētē
adverb
very wittily

perfacetus
perfacētus
adjective
very witty

perfacile
perfacile
adverb
very easily

perfacilis
perfacilis
adjective
very easy

perfamiliaris
perfamiliāris
adjective
very intimate

perfecte
perfectē
adverb
fully

perfectio
perfectiō
noun
a finishing

perfector
perfector
noun
a finisher

perfectus
perfectus
adjective
finished

perferens
perferēns
adjective
bearing

perfero
perferō
verb
to bear through

perficio
perficiō
verb
to achieve

perfidelis
perfidēlis
adjective
very trusty

perfidia
perfidia
noun
faithlessness

perfidiose
perfidiōsē
adverb
faithlessly

perfidiosus
perfidiōsus
adjective
faithless

perfidus
perfidus
adjective
promise-breaking

perflabilis
perflābilis
adjective
that can be blown through

perflagitiosus
perflāgitiōsus
adjective
very shameful

perflo
perflō
verb
to blow through

perfluo
perfluō
verb
to leak

perfodio
perfodiō
verb
to dig through

perforo
perforō
verb
to bore through

perfortiter
perfortiter
adverb
very bravely

perfossus
perfossus
participle
p. of perfodio

perfractus
perfrāctus
participle
p. of perfringo

perfremo
perfremō
verb
to roar about

perfrequens
perfrequēns
adjective
very crowded

perfrico
perfricō
verb
to rub all over

perfrigesco
perfrīgēscō
verb
to be chilled

perfrigidus
perfrīgidus
adjective
very cold

perfringo
perfringō
verb
to break through

perfructus
perfrūctus
participle
p. of perfruor

perfruor
perfruor
verb
to enjoy fully

perfuga
perfuga
noun
a deserter

perfugio
perfugiō
verb
to flee for refuge

perfugium
perfugium
noun
a resort for safety

perfunctio
perfūnctiō
noun
a performing

perfunctus
perfūnctus
participle
p. of perfungor

perfundo
perfundō
verb
to pour over

perfungor
perfungor
verb
to fulfil

perfuro
perfurō
verb
to rage furiously

perfusus
perfūsus
participle
p. of perfundo

Pergamum
Pergamum
noun
the citadel of Troy

pergaudeo
pergaudeō
verb
to rejoice greatly

pergo
pergō
verb
to go on

pergrandis
pergrandis
adjective
very large

pergratus
pergrātus
adjective
very agreeable

pergravis
pergravis
adjective
very weighty

pergraviter
pergraviter
adverb
very gravely

pergula
pergula
noun
a school

perhibeo
perhibeō
verb
to bring forward

perhonorifice
perhonōrificē
adverb
very respectfully

perhonorificus
perhonōrificus
adjective
very honorable

perhorreo
perhorreō
verb
to shudder at

perhorresco
perhorrēscō
verb
to bristle up

perhorridus
perhorridus
adjective
very dreadful

perhumaniter
perhūmāniter
adverb
very kindly

perhumanus
perhūmānus
adjective
very kind

periclitatio
perīclitātiō
noun
a trial

periclitor
perīclitor
verb
to try

periclum
perīclum
noun
a trial

periculose
perīculōsē
adverb
dangerously

periculosus
perīculōsus
adjective
dangerous

periculum
perīculum
noun
a trial

peridoneus
peridōneus
adjective
very suitable

periero
perierō
verb
to swear falsely

perillustris
perillūstris
cross-reference

perimbecillus
perimbēcillus
adjective
very weak

perimo
perimō
verb
to take away entirely

perincommode
perincommodē
adverb
very inconveniently

perincommodus
perincommodus
adjective
very inconvenient

perinde
perinde
adverb
in the same manner

perindulgens
perindulgēns
adjective
very indulgent

perinfirmus
perīnfīrmus
adjective
very weak

peringeniosus
peringeniōsus
adjective
very clever

periniquus
perinīquus
adjective
very unfair

perinlustris
perinlūstris
adjective
very brilliant

perinsignis
perīnsīgnis
adjective
most conspicuous

perinvalidus
perinvalidus
adjective
extremely weak

perinvisus
perinvīsus
adjective
much hated

perinvitus
perinvītus
adjective
very unwilling

Peripateticus
Peripatēticus
adjective
of the Peripatetic philosophy

peripetasma
peripetasma
noun
coverings

periratus
perīrātus
adjective
very angry

periscelis
periscelis
noun
a leg-band

peristroma
peristrōma
noun
coverings

peristylum
peristȳlum
noun
an open court surrounded by a colonnade

perite
perītē
adverb
skilfully

peritia
perītia
noun
experience

peritus
perītus
adjective
experienced

periucunde
periūcundē
adverb
very agreeably

periucundus
periūcundus
adjective
very agreeable

periurium
periūrium
noun
a false oath

periuro
periūrō
verb
to swear falsely

periuro
periūrō
cross-reference

periurus
periūrus
adjective
oath-breaking

perlabor
perlābor
verb
to slip through

perlaetus
perlaetus
adjective
very joyful

perlapsus
perlapsus
participle
p. of perlabor

perlate
perlātē
adverb
very widely

perlateo
perlateō
verb
to remain hidden

perlatus
perlātus
participle
p. of perfero

perlectio
perlēctiō
cross-reference

perlego
perlegō
verb
to view all over

perlevis
perlevis
adjective
very slight

perleviter
perleviter
adverb
very lightly

perlibens
perlibēns
cross-reference

perlibens
perlibēns
adjective
very glad

perlibenter
perlibenter
cross-reference

perliberalis
perlīberālis
adjective
very well bred

perliberaliter
perlīberāliter
adverb
with extreme courtesy

perlicio
perliciō
cross-reference

perlicio
perliciō
verb
to allure

perlito
perlitō
verb
to offer sacrifices till favorable omens appear

perlonge
perlongē
adverb
a long way off

perlongus
perlongus
adjective
very long

perlubens
perlubēns
adjective
very glad

perlubenter
perlubenter
adverb
very willingly

perluceo
perlūceō
verb
to shine through

perlucidulus
perlūcidulus
adjective
somewhat transparent

perlucidus
perlūcidus
adjective
transparent

perluctuosus
perlūctuōsus
adjective
very mournful

perluo
perluō
verb
to wash off

perlustro
perlūstrō
verb
to go over

permagnus
permāgnus
adjective
very great

permaneo
permaneō
verb
to stay

permano
permānō
verb
to flow to

permansio
permānsiō
noun
a remaining

permarinus
permarīnus
adjective
escorting through the sea

permaturesco
permātūrēscō
verb
to ripen fully

permediocris
permediocris
adjective
very moderate

permensus
permēnsus
participle
p. of permetior

permeo
permeō
verb
to go over

permetior
permētior
verb
to measure through

permingo
permingō
verb
to make water upon

permirus
permīrus
adjective
very wonderful

permisceo
permisceō
verb
to mix together

permissio
permissiō
noun
a yielding

permissus
permissus
participle
p. of permitto

permissus
permissus
noun
leave

permitto
permittō
verb
to let pass

permixte
permīxtē
adverb
confusedly

permixtim
permīxtim
adverb
confusedly

permixtio
permīxtiō
noun
a mixing together

permixtus
permīxtus
participle
p. of permisceo

permodestus
permodestus
adjective
very modest

permoleste
permolestē
adverb
with much trouble

permolestus
permolestus
adjective
very troublesome

permolo
permolō
verb
to grind thoroughly

permotio
permōtiō
noun
a moving

permoveo
permoveō
verb
to move deeply

permulceo
permulceō
verb
to rub gently

permulto
permultō
adverb
very much

permultum
permultum
adverb
very much

permultus
permultus
adjective
very much

permunio
permūniō
verb
to finish fortifying

permutatio
permūtātiō
noun
a change

permuto
permūtō
verb
to change throughout

perna
perna
noun
a haunch

pernecessarius
pernecessārius
adjective
very necessary

pernecesse
pernecesse
adjective
very necessary

pernego
pernegō
verb
to deny stoutly

perniciabilis
perniciābilis
adjective
destructive

pernicies
perniciēs
noun
destruction

perniciose
perniciōsē
adverb
destructively

perniciosus
perniciōsus
adjective
destructive

pernicitas
pernīcitās
noun
nimbleness

perniciter
pernīciter
adverb
nimbly

pernimium
pernimium
adverb
quite too much

pernities
pernitiēs
cross-reference

pernix
pernīx
adjective
persistent

pernobilis
pernōbilis
adjective
very famous

pernocto
pernoctō
verb
to stay all night

pernosco
pernōscō
verb
to examine thoroughly

pernotesco
pernōtēscō
verb
to become generally known

pernotus
pernōtus
adjective
thoroughly known

pernox
pernox
adjective
through the night

pernumero
pernumerō
verb
to count out

pero
pērō
noun
a long laced boot of raw hide (for soldiers and wagoners)

perobscurus
perobscūrus
adjective
very obscure

perodio
perōdiō
verb
to detest

perodiosus
perodiōsus
adjective
hateful

perofficiose
perofficiōsē
adverb
very serviceably

peropportune
peropportūnē
adverb
very seasonably

peropportunus
peropportūnus
adjective
very seasonable

peroptato
peroptātō
adverb
exactly as desired

peropus
peropus
adverb
very necessary

peroratio
perōrātiō
noun
a summing up

perornatus
perōrnātus
adjective
highly ornate

perorno
perōrnō
verb
to adorn constantly

peroro
perōrō
verb
to speak from beginning to end

perosus
perōsus
adjective
detesting

perpaco
perpācō
verb
to quiet completely

perparce
perparcē
adverb
very sparingly dub

perparvolus
perparvolus
adjective
dim

perparvulus
perparvulus
adjective
dim

perparvus
perparvus
adjective
very little

perpastus
perpāstus
adjective
well fed

perpauculus
perpauculus
adjective
extremely few

perpaucus
perpaucus
adjective
very few

perpaulum
perpaulum
adverb
a very little

perpaulus
perpaulus
adjective
very little

perpauper
perpauper
adjective
very poor

perpello
perpellō
verb
to drive

perpendiculum
perpendiculum
noun
a plummet

perpendo
perpendō
verb
to weigh carefully

perperam
perperam
adverb
wrongly

perpessio
perpessiō
noun
a bearing

perpetior
perpetior
verb
to bear steadfastly

perpetro
perpetrō
verb
to carry through

perpetuitas
perpetuitās
noun
uninterrupted duration

perpetuo
perpetuō
adverb
constantly

perpetuo
perpetuō
verb
to cause to continue

perpetuus
perpetuus
adjective
continuous

perplaceo
perplaceō
verb
to please greatly

perplexe
perplexē
adverb
confusedly

perplexus
perplexus
adjective
interwoven

perpolio
perpoliō
verb
to polish thoroughly

perpolitus
perpolītus
adjective
thoroughly polished

perpopulor
perpopulor
verb
to lay waste utterly

perpotatio
perpōtātiō
noun
a drinking-bout

perpoto
perpōtō
verb
to keep drinking

perprimo
perprimō
verb
to press hard

perpropinquus
perpropinquus
adjective
very near

perpugnax
perpūgnāx
adjective
very pugnacious

perpulcer
perpulcer
adjective
very beautiful

perpulcher
perpulcher
adjective
very beautiful

perpurgo
perpūrgō
verb
to cleanse thoroughly

perpusillus
perpusillus
adverb
)

per quam
per quam
adverb
as much as possible

perquam
perquam
adverb
as much as possible

perquiro
perquīrō
verb
to ask diligently after

perquisite
perquīsītē
adverb
accurately

perquisitus
perquīsītus
participle
p. of perquiro

perraro
perrārō
adverb
very seldom

perrarus
perrārus
adjective
extremely rare

perreconditus
perreconditus
adjective
most abstruse

perrecturus
perrēctūrus
participle
p. of pergo

perrepo
perrēpō
verb
to crawl over

perrepto
perrēptō
verb
to creep over

perridicule
perrīdiculē
adverb
very laughably

perridiculus
perrīdiculus
adjective
very laughable

perrogatio
perrogātiō
noun
the enactment of a law

perrogo
perrogō
verb
to ask in succession

perrumpo
perrumpō
verb
to break through

Persa
Persa
noun
the Persians

persaepe
persaepe
adverb
very often

persalse
persalsē
adverb
very wittily

persalsus
persalsus
adjective
very witty

persalutatio
persalūtātiō
noun
a general salutation

persaluto
persalūtō
verb
to salute in succession

persancte
persānctē
adverb
very sacredly

persapiens
persapiēns
adjective
very wise

persapienter
persapienter
adjective
very wisely

perscienter
perscienter
adverb
very discreetly

perscindo
perscindō
verb
to rend asunder

perscitus
perscītus
adjective
very clever

perscribo
perscrībō
verb
to write in full

perscriptio
perscrīptiō
noun
a writing down

perscriptor
perscrīptor
noun
a book-keeper

perscriptus
perscrīptus
participle
p. of perscribo

perscrutor
perscrūtor
verb
to search through

perseco
persecō
verb
to cut up

persecutus
persecūtus
participle
p. of persequor

persedeo
persedeō
verb
to remain sitting

persegnis
persēgnis
adjective
very sluggish

persentio
persentiō
verb
to feel deeply

persentisco
persentīscō
verb
to perceive clearly

Persephone
Persephonē
noun
proserpine

persequor
persequor
verb
to follow perseveringly

Perses
Persēs
noun
a Persian

perseverans
persevērāns
adjective
persevering

perseveranter
persevēranter
adverb
perseveringly

perseverantia
persevērantia
noun
steadfastness

persevero
persevērō
verb
to abide

perseverus
persevērus
adjective
very strict

Persicus
Persicus
adjective
persian

persideo
persideō
cross-reference

persideo
persideō
verb
to remain sitting

persido
persīdō
verb
to sink down

persigno
persīgnō
verb
to register accurately

persimilis
persimilis
adjective
very like

persimplex
persimplex
adjective
very simple

persisto
persistō
verb
to abide

persolvo
persolvō
verb
to unravel

persona
persōna
noun
a mask

personatus
persōnātus
adjective
in a mask

persono
personō
verb
to sound through and through

perspectus
perspectus
adjective
clearly perceived

perspergo
perspergō
verb
to besprinkle

perspicax
perspicāx
adjective
sharpsighted

perspicientia
perspicientia
noun
a full perception

perspicio
perspiciō
verb
to look through

perspicue
perspicuē
adverb
evidently

perspicuitas
perspicuitās
noun
clearness

perspicuus
perspicuus
adjective
transparent

persterno
persternō
verb
to pave throughout

perstimulo
perstimulō
verb
to stimulate violently

persto
perstō
verb
to stand firmly

perstratus
perstrātus
participle
p. of persterno

perstrepo
perstrepō
verb
to make much noise

perstringo
perstringō
verb
to bind closely

perstudiose
perstudiōsē
adverb
very eagerly

perstudiosus
perstudiōsus
adjective
very desirous

persuadeo
persuādeō
verb
to convince

persuasio
persuāsiō
noun
a convincing

persuasus
persuāsus
adjective

persubtilis
persubtīlis
adjective
very ingenious

persulto
persultō
verb
to leap about

pertaedeo
pertaedeō
verb
to weary

pertempto
pertemptō
verb
to prove thoroughly

pertendo
pertendō
verb
to press on

pertento
pertentō
cross-reference

pertento
pertentō
verb
to prove thoroughly

pertenuis
pertenuis
adjective
extremely slight

perterebro
perterebrō
verb
to bore through

pertergeo
pertergeō
verb
to wipe off

perterrefacio
perterrēfaciō
verb
to frighten thoroughly

perterreo
perterreō
verb
to frighten thoroughly

perterricrepus
perterricrepus
adjective
rattling terribly

perterritus
perterritus
participle
p. of perterreo

pertexo
pertexō
verb
to go through with

pertica
pertica
noun
a pole

pertimesco
pertimēscō
verb
to be frightened

pertinacia
pertinācia
noun
perseverance

pertinaciter
pertināciter
adverb
obstinately

pertinax
pertināx
adjective
persevering

pertineo
pertineō
verb
to stretch out

pertingo
pertingō
verb
to reach

pertractatio
pertrāctātiō
noun
a handling

pertracto
pertrāctō
verb
to touch

pertraho
pertrahō
verb
to draw along

pertrecto
pertrectō
cross-reference

pertrecto
pertrectō
verb
to touch

pertristis
pertrīstis
adjective
very sad

pertumultuose
pertumultuōsē
adverb
in great agitation

pertundo
pertundō
verb
to thrust through

perturbate
perturbātē
adverb
confusedly

perturbatio
perturbātiō
noun
confusion

perturbatrix
perturbātrīx
noun
a disturber

perturbatus
perturbātus
adjective
troubled

perturbo
perturbō
verb
to confuse

perturpis
perturpis
adjective
very shameful

pertusus
pertūsus
participle
p. of pertundo

perungo
perungō
verb
to besmear

perunguo
perunguō
verb
to besmear

perurbanus
perurbānus
adjective
highly cultivated

peruro
perūrō
verb
to burn up

perutilis
perūtilis
adjective
very useful

pervado
pervādō
verb
to go through

pervagatus
pervagātus
adjective
spread out

pervagor
pervagor
verb
to wander over

pervagus
pervagus
adjective
wandering about

pervarie
pervariē
adverb
very variously

pervasto
pervāstō
verb
to lay waste

perveho
pervehō
verb
to bear through

pervello
pervellō
verb
to pull

pervenio
perveniō
verb
to come up

perverse
perversē
adverb
awry

perversitas
perversitās
noun
frowardness

perversus
perversus
adjective
turned the wrong way

perverto
pervertō
verb
to overturn

pervesperi
pervesperī
adverb
very late in the evening

pervestigatio
pervestīgātiō
noun
a searching into

pervestigo
pervestīgō
verb
to trace out

pervetus
pervetus
adjective
very old

pervetustus
pervetustus
adjective
very old

pervicacia
pervicācia
noun
inflexibility

pervicaciter
pervicāciter
adverb
stoutly

pervicax
pervicāx
adjective
determined

pervictus
pervīctus
participle
p. of pervinco

pervideo
pervideō
verb
to look over

pervigeo
pervigeō
verb
to continue blooming

pervigil
pervigil
adjective
ever watchful

pervigilatio
pervigilātiō
noun
a devotional watching

pervigilium
pervigilium
noun
a devotional watching

pervigilo
pervigilō
verb
to watch all night

pervilis
pervīlis
adjective
very cheap

pervinco
pervincō
verb
to conquer completely

pervius
pervius
adjective
that may be crossed

pervolgatus
pervolgātus
adjective
very common

pervolgo
pervolgō
verb
to make common

pervolito
pervolitō
verb
to fly through

pervolo
pervolō
verb
to wish greatly

pervolo
pervolō
verb
to fly through

pervoluto
pervolūtō
verb
to turn over

pervolvo
pervolvō
verb
to roll over

pervorse
pervorsē
adverb
awry

pervorsitas
pervorsitās
noun
frowardness

pervorsus
pervorsus
adjective
turned the wrong way

pervorto
pervortō
verb
to overturn

pervul
pervul
cross-reference

pervulgatus
pervulgātus
adjective
very common

pervulgo
pervulgō
verb
to make common

pes
pēs
noun
a foot

pessime
pessimē
adverb
badly

pessimus
pessimus
adjective
worst

pessulus
pessulus
noun
a bolt

pessum
pessum
adverb
to the ground

pessumdo
pessumdō
verb
to send to the bottom

pessume
pessumē
adverb
badly

pessumus
pessumus
adjective
worst

pestifer
pestifer
adjective
destructive

pestifere
pestiferē
adverb
perniciously

pestilens
pestilēns
adjective
pestilential

pestilentia
pestilentia
noun
an infectious disease

pestis
pestis
noun
an infectious disease

petasatus
petasātus
adjective
in a travelling-cap

petasunculus
petasunculus
noun
a little ham

petaurum
petaurum
noun
a tumbler's plank

petendus
petendus
adjective
desirable

petesso
petessō
verb
to strive after

petitio
petītiō
noun
a blow

petitor
petītor
noun
a seeker

petitum
petītum
noun
things striven for

petiturio
petīturiō
verb
to be eager for office

peto
petō
verb
to strive for

petoritum
petōritum
noun
an open carriage

petorritum
petorritum
noun
an open carriage

petra
petra
noun
a rock

petulans
petulāns
adjective
forward

petulanter
petulanter
adverb
pertly

petulantia
petulantia
noun
sauciness

petulcus
petulcus
adjective
butting

pexus
pexus
adjective
combed

Phaeax
Phaeāx
noun
a Phaeacian

phager
phager
noun
an unknown fish

phala
phala
cross-reference

phala
phala
noun
a movable tower

phalanga
phalanga
noun
wooden rollers (for moving heavy engines)

phalangita
phalangīta
noun
soldiers of a phalanx

phalanx
phalanx
noun
a compact body of heavy armed men in battle array

phalarica
phalārica
noun
a firebrand

phalarica
phalārica
noun
a fire-brand (as a missile in war)

phalera
phalera
noun
a metal plate for the breast (a military decoration)

phaleratus
phalerātus
adjective
decorated

Phanaeus
Phanāeus
adjective
of Phanae (in Chios)

Phantasos
Phantasos
noun
a god of dreams

pharetra
pharetra
noun
a quiver

pharetratus
pharetrātus
adjective
wearing a quiver

pharmacopola
pharmacopōla
noun
a drugseller

Pharos
Pharos
noun
an island near Alexandria

Pharsalicus
Pharsālicus
adjective
pharsalian

Pharsalius
Pharsālius
adjective
pharsalian

Pharus
Pharus
noun
an island near Alexandria

phaselos
phasēlos
noun
an edible bean

phaselus
phasēlus
noun
an edible bean

phasma
phasma
noun
an apparition

phiala
phiala
noun
a shallow drinkingvessel

Philippicus
Philippicus
adjective
of Philip

Philippus
Philippus
noun
a king of Macedonia

philitium
philitium
noun
the public meals of the Lacedaemonians

philologia
philologia
noun
love of study

philologus
philologus
adjective
scholarly

Philomela
Philomēla
noun
a daughter of Pandion

philosophe
philosophē
adverb
philosophically

philosophia
philosophia
noun
philosophy

philosophor
philosophor
verb
to study philosophy

philosophus
philosophus
adjective
philosophical

philtrum
philtrum
noun
a love-potion

philura
philura
noun
the lindentree

philyra
philyra
noun
the lindentree

phimus
phīmus
noun
a dice-box

Phlegethon
Phlegethōn
noun
a river [fire] in the Lower World

phoca
phōca
noun
a seal

Phoebas
Phoebas
noun
a priestess of Phoebus

Phoebe
Phoebē
noun
goddess of the moon (the Roman Diana)

Phoebeius
Phoebēius
adjective
of Phoebus

Phoebigena
Phoebigena
noun
son of Phoebus

Phoebus
Phoebus
noun
apollo as the god of light

Phoenice
Phoenīcē
noun
the Phoenicians (on the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea)

phoeniceus
phoenīceus
adjective
purple-red

phoenicopterus
phoenīcopterus
noun
the flamingo

Phoenissus
Phoenīssus
adjective
of Phoenicia (on the Mediterranean Sea)

phoenix
phoenīx
noun
the phoenix

phrenesis
phrenēsis
noun
= *

phreneticus
phrenēticus
noun
a madman

phreniticus
phrenīticus
noun
a madman

Phrygius
Phrygius
adjective
phrygian

Phryx
Phryx
adjective
phrygian

phthisis
phthisis
noun
consumption

phy
phȳ
interjection
interj

phylarchus
phȳlarchus
noun
a tribal chief

physica
physica
noun
natural science

physica
physica
cross-reference

physice
physicē
adverb
like the naturalists

physicus
physicus
adjective
of natural philosophy

physiognomon
physiognōmōn
noun
a discerner of character

physiologia
physiologia
noun
knowledge of nature

piabilis
piābilis
adjective
to be averted

piacularis
piāculāris
adjective
atoning

piaculum
piāculum
noun
a means of appeasing

piamen
piāmen
noun
a means of expiation

pica
pīca
noun
a pie

picaria
picāria
noun
a place where pitch is made

picea
picea
noun
a pitch-pine

Picens
Picēns
adjective
(S.)

piceus
piceus
adjective
pitch-black

pictor
pictor
noun
a painter

pictura
pictūra
noun
painting

picturatus
pictūrātus
adjective
embroidered

pictus
pictus
adjective
painted

picus
pīcus
noun
a woodpecker

pie
piē
adverb
conscientiously

Pieris
Pīeris
noun
a Muse (first worshipped in Pieria)

Pierius
Pīerius
adjective
pierian

pietas
pietās
noun
dutiful conduct

pigeo
pigeō
verb
it irks

piger
piger
adjective
unwilling

pigmentarius
pīgmentārius
noun
a dealer in unguents

pigmentum
pīgmentum
noun
a color

pignerator
pīgnerātor
noun
a mortgagee

pigneror
pīgneror
verb
to take as a pledge

pignero
pīgnerō
verb
to give as a pledge

pignus
pīgnus
noun
a pledge

pigre
pigrē
adverb
sluggishly

pigritia
pigritia
noun
sloth

pigror
pigror
verb
to be slow

pila
pīla
noun
a pillar

pila
pila
noun
a ball

pila
pīla
noun
a mortar

pilanus
pīlānus
noun
a soldier of the reserve

pilatus
pīlātus
adjective
armed with javelins

pileatus
pīleātus
adjective
covered with the pilleus

pilentum
pīlentum
noun
an easy chariot

pileolus
pīleolus
noun
a small felt cap

pileum
pīleum
noun
a close-fitting felt cap

pileus
pīleus
noun
a close-fitting felt cap

pilleatus
pilleātus
adjective
covered with the pilleus

pilleolus
pilleolus
noun
a small felt cap

pilleum
pilleum
noun
a close-fitting felt cap

pilleus
pilleus
noun
a close-fitting felt cap

pilosus
pilōsus
adjective
hairy

pilum
pīlum
noun
a heavy javelin

Pilumnus
Pīlumnus
noun
a god of the Latins

pilus
pilus
noun
a hair

pilus
pīlus
noun
a maniple of the triarii

Pimpleus
Pimplēus
adjective
of Pimpla (in Pieria

pina
pīna
noun
the sea-pen

pinetum
pīnētum
noun
a pine-grove

pineus
pīneus
adjective
of the pine

pingo
pingō
verb
to paint

pinguesco
pinguēscō
verb
to grow fat

pinguis
pinguis
adjective
fat

pinifer
pīnifer
adjective
pinebearing

piniger
pīniger
adjective
pinebearing

pinna
pinna
cross-reference

pinna
pinna
noun
a feather

pinnatus
pinnātus
adjective
feathered

pinniger
pinniger
adjective
feathered

pinnirapus
pinnirapus
noun
a crestsnatcher

pinnula
pinnula
noun
a little wing

pinoteres
pīnotērēs
noun
the pinna-guard

pinotheres
pīnothērēs
noun
the pinna-guard

pinus
pīnus
noun
a pine

pio
piō
verb
to approach with sacred rites

piper
piper
noun
pepper

pipilo
pīpilō
verb
to peep

pipio
pīpiō
verb
to peep

Piraeeus
Pīraeeus
noun
(O.)

Piraeus
Pīraeus
adjective
of the Piraeus

pirata
pīrāta
noun
a sea-robber

piraticus
pīrāticus
adjective
of pirates

pirum
pirum
noun
a pear

pirus
pirus
noun
a pear-tree

Pisaeus
Pīsaeus
adjective
of Pisa (in Elis)

piscator
piscātor
noun
a fisherman

piscatorius
piscātōrius
adjective
of fishermen

piscatus
piscātus
noun
a catch of fish

pisciculus
pisciculus
noun
a little fish

piscina
piscīna
noun
a fish-pond

piscinarius
piscīnārius
noun
a cultivator of fish

piscis
piscis
noun
a fish

piscor
piscor
verb
to fish

piscosus
piscōsus
adjective
full of fishes

pistor
pīstor
noun
a miller

pistrilla
pīstrīlla
noun
a little poundingmill

pistrinum
pīstrīnum
noun
a corn-mill

pistris
pistris
noun
a seamonster

pistrix
pīstrīx
noun
a seamonster

pituita
pītuīta
noun
slime

pituitosus
pītuītōsus
adjective
full of phlegm

pius
pius
adjective
[of character] dutiful

pix
pix
noun
pitch

placabilis
plācābilis
adjective
to be conciliated

placabilitas
plācābilitās
noun
a conciliatory disposition

placamen
plācāmen
noun
a means of conciliation

placamentum
plācāmentum
noun
a means of appeasing

placate
plācātē
adverb
calmly

placatio
plācātiō
noun
a pacifying

placatus
plācātus
adjective
soothed

placens
plācēns
adjective
agreeable

placenta
placenta
noun
a cake

placeo
placeō
verb
to please

placide
placidē
adverb
softly

placidus
placidus
adjective
gentle

placitus
placitus
adjective
pleasing

placo
plācō
verb
to quiet

plaga
plaga
noun
a hunting-net

plaga
plāga
noun
a blow

plagiarius
plagiārius
noun
a man-stealer

plagosus
plāgōsus
adjective
given to blows

plagula
plagula
noun
a bed-curtain

planctus
planctus
noun
a beating of the breast

plane
plānē
adverb
evenly

plango
plangō
verb
to strike

plangor
plangor
noun
a striking

planguncula
planguncula
noun
a little wax doll

planicies
plāniciēs
cross-reference

planipes
plānipēs
noun
in the theatre

planitas
plānitās
cross-reference
distinctness

planitia
plānitia
noun
a flat surface

planities
plānitiēs
noun
a flat surface

planta
planta
noun
a sprout

plantarium
plantārium
noun
sets

planus
planus
noun
a juggler

planus
plānus
adjective
even

platalea
platalea
noun
a waterfowl

platanus
platanus
noun
the platane tree

platea
platēa
noun
a broad way

plaudo
plaudō
verb
to clap

plausibilis
plausibilis
adjective
praiseworthy

plausor
plausor
noun
an applauder

plaustrum
plaustrum
noun
a vehicle for freight

plausus
plausus
participle
p. of plaudo

plausus
plausus
noun
a clapping

Pleas
Plēas
noun
a Pleiad

plebecula
plēbēcula
noun
the common people

plebeius
plēbēius
adjective
of the common people

plebes
plēbēs
noun
the common people

plebicola
plēbicola
noun
one who courts the crowd

plebis
plēbis
noun
the common people

plebs
plēbs
noun
the common people

plecto
plectō
verb
to plait

plectrum
plēctrum
noun
a stick for playing on a stringed instrument

Pleias
Plēias
noun
a Pleiad

plene
plēnē
adverb
fully

plenus
plēnus
adjective
full

plerique
plērīque
cross-reference

plerumque
plērumque
adverb
for the most part

plerusque
plērusque
adjective
a very great part

Pliades
Plīades
cross-reference

pliades
plīades
cross-reference

Plias
Plīas
cross-reference

plias
plīas
cross-reference

Plias
Plīas
noun
a Pleiad

plico
plicō
verb
to fold

ploera
ploera
cross-reference

ploeres
ploeres
cross-reference

ploratus
plōrātus
noun
a wailing

ploro
plōrō
verb
to cry out

plostellum
plōstellum
noun
a small wagon

plostrum
plōstrum
noun
a vehicle for freight

ploxemum
ploxemum
noun
a wagon-box

pluma
plūma
noun
a soft feather

plumatus
plūmātus
adjective
covered with feathers

plumbeus
plumbeus
adjective
of lead

plumbum
plumbum
noun
lead

plumeus
plūmeus
adjective
downy

plumipes
plūmipēs
adjective
with feathered feet

plumosus
plūmōsus
adjective
downy

pluo
pluō
verb
to rain

plurimum
plūrimum
adverb
very much

plurimus
plūrimus
adjective
most

plus
plūs
adjective
more

plus
plūs
adverb
more

plus
plūs
noun
more

plusculus
plūsculus
adjective
somewhat more

pluteus
pluteus
noun
as a cover for besiegers

pluvia
pluvia
noun
rain

pluvialis
pluviālis
adjective
of rain

pluvius
pluvius
adjective
rainy

pocillum
pōcillum
noun
a little cup

poculentus
pōculentus
adjective
drinkable

poculum
pōculum
noun
a drinking-vessel

podagra
podagra
noun
the gout

podex
pōdex
noun
the fundament

podium
podium
noun
an elevated place

Poecile
Poecilē
noun
the picture gallery

poema
poēma
noun
a composition in verse

poena
poena
noun
indemnification

Poeni
Poenī
noun
the Carthaginians (as of Phoenician origin)

Poenicus
Poenicus
adjective
punic

Poeninus
Poenīnus
adjective
pennine (of the Alps

poenio
poeniō
verb
to punish

poenior
poenior
verb
to punish

poenitendus
poenitendus
adjective
to be repented of

poenitens
poenitēns
adjective
repentant

poenitentia
poenitentia
noun
repentance

poeniteo
poeniteō
verb
to make sorry

poenitor
poenītor
noun
an avenger

poenus
poenus
cross-reference

Poenus
Poenus
cross-reference

Poenus
Poenus
adjective
Punic

poesis
poēsis
noun
a poem

poeta
poēta
noun
a poet

poetica
poētica
noun
the poetic art

poetice
poēticē
adverb
in the manner of poets

poeticus
poēticus
adjective
poetic

poetria
poētria
noun
a poet

pol
pol
interjection
by Pollux! indeed! truly! Enn. ap. C

polenta
polenta
noun
peeled barley

polio
poliō
verb
to smooth

polite
polītē
adverb
in a polished manner

politia
polītīa
noun
the State

politicus
polīticus
adjective
of civil polity

politus
polītus
adjective
polished

pollen
pollen
noun
fine flour

pollens
pollēns
adjective
strong

polleo
polleō
verb
to be strong

pollex
pollex
noun
the thumb

polliceor
polliceor
verb
to hold forth

pollicitatio
pollicitātiō
noun
a promising

pollicitor
pollicitor
verb
to promise

pollicitum
pollicitum
noun
a promise

polluo
polluō
verb
to soil

pollutus
pollūtus
adjective
polluted

Pollux
Pollūx
noun
a son of Tyndarus and Leda

polus
polus
noun
an end of an axis

polvinar
polvīnar
noun
a couch of the gods

Polyhymnia
Polyhymnia
noun
(rich in song)

polypus
polypus
noun
a polypus

polypus
pōlypus
noun
a polypus

pomarius
pōmārius
adjective
of fruit

pomeridianus
pomerīdiānus
cross-reference

pomerium
pōmērium
noun
an open space around a city

pomifer
pōmifer
adjective
fruit-bearing

pomoerium
pōmoerium
noun
an open space around a city

pomoerium
pōmoerium
cross-reference

Pomona
Pōmōna
noun
the goddess of fruit and fruit-trees

pomosus
pōmōsus
adjective
abounding in fruit

pompa
pompa
noun
a solemn procession

Pompeius
Pompēius
adjective
a gentile name

pompilus
pompilus
noun
a sea-fish

pomum
pōmum
noun
a fruit

pomus
pōmus
noun
a fruit-tree

pondero
ponderō
verb
to weigh

ponderosus
ponderōsus
adjective
weighty

pondo
pondō
adverb
[cf. pondus] by weight

pondus
pondus
noun
a weight

pone
pōne
preposition
behind

pone
pōne
adverb
after

pono
pōnō
verb
to put down

pons
pōns
noun
a bridge

ponticulus
ponticulus
noun
a little bridge

pontifex
pontifex
noun
a high-priest

pontificalis
pontificālis
adjective
of a highpriest

pontificatus
pontificātus
noun
the office of a high-priest

pontificius
pontificius
adjective
of a high-priest

ponto
pontō
noun
a large flat boat

pontufex
pontufex
noun
a high-priest

pontus
pontus
noun
the sea

popa
popa
noun
a priest's assistant

popanum
popanum
noun
a sacrificial cake

popellus
popellus
noun
the rabble

popina
popīna
noun
a cook-shop

popino
popīnō
noun
a frequenter of eating-houses

poples
poples
noun
the ham

poppysma
poppysma
noun
a smack

populabilis
populābilis
adjective
destructible

populabundus
populābundus
adjective
laying waste

popularis
populāris
adjective
of the people

popularitas
populāritās
noun
a courting of popular favor

populariter
populāriter
adverb
like the common people

populatio
populātiō
noun
a laying waste

populator
populātor
noun
a devastator

populeus
pōpuleus
adjective
of poplars

populifer
pōpulifer
adjective
poplar-bearing

populi scitum
populī scītum
cross-reference

populo
populō
verb
to lay waste

populor
populor
verb
to lay waste

populus
pōpulus
noun
a poplar-tree

populus
populus
noun
a people

porca
porca
noun
a female swine

porcellus
porcellus
noun
porculus

porcus
porcus
noun
a tame swine

porgens
porgēns
cross-reference

porgite
porgite
cross-reference

porgo
porgō
cross-reference

poricio
poriciō
verb
[old for proicio] to lay before

porrectio
porrēctiō
noun
a stretching out

porrectus
porrēctus
adjective
stretched out

porrectus
porrectus
participle
p. of porricio

porricio
porriciō
verb
[old for proicio] to lay before

porrigo
porrigō
verb
to stretch out

porrigo
porrīgō
noun
scurf

porro
porrō
adverb
forward

porrum
porrum
noun
a leek

Porsena
Porsena
noun
a king of Etruria

porta
porta
noun
a city-gate

portatio
portātiō
noun
a carrying

portendo
portendō
verb
to point out

portentificus
portentificus
adjective
marvellous

portentosus
portentōsus
adjective
monstrous

portentum
portentum
noun
a sign

portentus
portentus
participle
p. of portendo

porthmeus
porthmeus
noun
the ferryman

porticula
porticula
noun
a small gallery

porticus
porticus
noun
a covered walk between columns

portio
portiō
noun
a share

portitor
portitor
noun
a carrier

portitor
portitor
noun
a toll-gatherer

porto
portō
verb
to bear

portorium
portōrium
noun
a tax

portula
portula
noun
a little gate

Portunus
Portūnus
noun
the god of harbors (the Greek Palaemon)

portuosus
portuōsus
adjective
abounding in harbors

portus
portus
noun
a harbor

posco
pōscō
verb
to ask urgently

positio
positiō
noun
a situation

positor
positor
noun
a builder

positus
positus
adjective
placed

positus
positus
noun
a position

posmeridianus
posmerīdiānus
cross-reference

possessio
possessiō
noun
a taking possession of

possessiuncula
possessiuncula
noun
a small estate

possessor
possessor
noun
a possessor

possessus
possessus
participle
p. of possideo

possessus
possessus
participle
p. of possido

possideo
possideō
verb
to have and hold

possido
possīdō
verb
to take possession of

possum
possum
verb
to be able

post
post
preposition
[of place] behind

post
post
adverb
[of place] behind

postea
posteā
adverb
after this

posteaquam
posteāquam
cross-reference

posteritas
posteritās
noun
the future

posterius
posterius
adverb
later

posterus
posterus
adjective
coming after

postfero
postferō
verb
to put after

postgenitus
postgenitus
adjective
born afterwards

posthabeo
posthabeō
verb
to place after

posthac
posthāc
adverb
after this

posthaec
posthaec
adverb
hereafter

posthumus
posthumus
adjective
[only of children] last

posthumus
posthumus
cross-reference

posticus
postīcus
adjective
in the rear

postilio
postiliō
noun
in religion

post illa
post illā
adverb
after that

postilla
postillā
adverb
after that

postis
postis
noun
a post

postliminium
postlīminium
noun
a return behind the threshold

postmeridianus
postmerīdiānus
adjective
of the afternoon

postmodo
postmodo
adverb
afterwards

postmodum
postmodum
adverb
after a while

postpono
postpōnō
verb
to put after

postputo
postputō
verb
to regard as secondary

postquam
postquam
conjunction
after that

postremo
postrēmō
adverb
[sc. tempore] at last

postremum
postrēmum
adverb
for the last time

postremus
postrēmus
adjective
last

postridie
postrīdiē
adverb
on the day after

postscribo
postscrībō
verb
to add in writing

postulatio
postulātiō
noun
a requiring

postulatum
postulātum
noun
a demand

postulatus
postulātus
noun
a claim

postulo
postulō
verb
to ask

postumus
postumus
adjective
[only of children] last

pote
pote
adjective
able

pote
pote
adjective
see potis

potens
potēns
adjective
able

potentatus
potentātus
noun
might

potenter
potenter
adverb
strongly

potentia
potentia
noun
might

potestas
potestās
noun
[people] ability

potin
potin
cross-reference

potior
potior
verb
to become master of

potio
pōtiō
noun
a drinking

potior
potior
adjective
[of persons] better

potis
potis
adjective
able

potissimum
potissimum
adverb
chiefly

potissimus
potissimus
adjective
chief

potissumum
potissumum
adverb
chiefly

potissumus
potissumus
adjective
chief

potitus
potītus
participle
p. of 1 potior

potius
potius
adverb
rather

poto
pōtō
verb
to drink

potor
pōtor
noun
a drinker

potrix
pōtrīx
noun
a female tippler

potulentus
pōtulentus
adjective
drinkable

potus
pōtus
adjective
drunk

potus
pōtus
noun
a drinking

prae
prae
preposition
before

prae
prae
adverb
before

praeacutus
praeacūtus
adjective
sharp in front

praealtus
praealtus
adjective
very high

praebeo
praebeō
verb
to hold forth

praebibo
praebibō
verb
to drink before

praebitor
praebitor
noun
a furnisher

praebitus
praebitus
participle
p. of praebeo

praecalidus
praecalidus
adjective
very warm

praecanus
praecānus
adjective
prematurely gray

praecaveo
praecaveō
verb
to take care

praecedo
praecēdō
verb
to go before

praecellens
praecellēns
adjective
superior

praecello
praecellō
verb
to surpass

praecelsus
praecelsus
adjective
lofty

praecentio
praecentiō
noun
a musical prelude

praecento
praecentō
verb
to utter incantations before

praeceps
praeceps
adverb
headlong

praeceps
praeceps
adjective
headforemost

praeceptio
praeceptiō
noun
a previous notion

praeceptor
praeceptor
noun
a teacher

praeceptrix
praeceptrīx
noun
a preceptress

praeceptum
praeceptum
noun
a maxim

praeceptus
praeceptus
participle
p. of praecipio

praecerpo
praecerpō
verb
to pluck beforehand

praecido
praecīdō
verb
to cut off in front

praecingo
praecingō
verb
to gird

praecino
praecinō
verb
of musicians

praecipio
praecipiō
verb
to take beforehand

praecipito
praecipitō
verb
to throw headlong

praecipue
praecipuē
adverb
chiefly

praecipuus
praecipuus
adjective
taken before others

praecise
praecīsē
adverb
in short

praecisus
praecīsus
adjective
broken off

praeclare
praeclārē
adverb
very clearly

praeclarus
praeclārus
adjective
very bright

praecludo
praeclūdō
verb
to shut off

praeclusus
praeclūsus
participle
p. of praecludo

praeco
praecō
noun
a crier

praecogito
praecōgitō
verb
to ponder beforehand

praecolo
praecolō
verb
to cultivate beforehand

praecompositus
praecompositus
adjective
arranged beforehand

praeconium
praecōnium
noun
the office of a public crier

praeconius
praecōnius
adjective
of a public crier

praeconrumpo
praeconrumpō
verb
to corrupt beforehand

praeconsumo
praecōnsūmō
verb
to waste in advance

praecontrecto
praecontrectō
verb
to handle beforehand

praecordium
praecordium
noun
the muscle which parts the chest from the abdomen

praecorrumpo
praecorrumpō
verb
to corrupt beforehand

praecurrens
praecurrens
noun
antecedents

praecurro
praecurrō
verb
to run before

praecursio
praecursiō
noun
a going before

praecursor
praecursor
noun
a forerunner

praecutio
praecutiō
verb
to shake before

praeda
praeda
noun
property taken in war

praedabundus
praedābundus
adjective
ravaging

praedamno
praedamnō
verb
to condemn beforehand

praedatio
praedātiō
noun
a taking of booty

praedator
praedātor
noun
a plunderer

praedatorius
praedātōrius
adjective
plundering

praedatus
praedātus
participle
p. of praedor

praedelasso
praedēlassō
verb
to weary out beforehand

praedestino
praedēstinō
verb
to set before as a goal

praediator
praediātor
noun
a purchaser of mortgaged estates at auction

praediatorius
praediātōrius
adjective
of mortgaged land

praedicabilis
praedicābilis
adjective
praiseworthy

praedicatio
praedicātiō
noun
a public proclamation

praedicator
praedicātor
noun
a public praiser

praedico
praedīcō
verb
to say before

praedico
praedicō
verb
to make known by proclamation

praedictio
praedictiō
noun
a foretelling

praedictum
praedictum
noun
something previously said

praedictus
praedictus
participle
p. of 2 praedico

praediolum
praediolum
noun
a small estate

praedisco
praediscō
verb
to learn beforehand

praedispositus
praedispositus
cross-reference
p.

praeditus
praeditus
adjective
gifted

praedium
praedium
noun
a farm

praedives
praedīves
adjective
very rich

praedor
praedor
verb
to make booty

praedo
praedō
noun
one that makes booty

praedoctus
praedoctus
adjective
instructed in advance

praeduco
praedūcō
verb
to draw out before

praedulcis
praedulcis
adjective
very pleasing

praedurus
praedūrus
adjective
very hard

praeemineo
praeēmineō
verb
to transcend

praeemineo
praeēmineō
cross-reference

praeeo
praeeō
verb
to go before

praefatio
praefātiō
noun
a preliminary form of words

praefectura
praefectūra
noun
the office of an overseer

praefectus
praefectus
noun
an overseer

praefero
praeferō
verb
to bear before

praeferox
praeferōx
adjective
very violent

praefervidus
praefervidus
adjective
very hot

praefestino
praefēstīnō
verb
to hasten before

praeficio
praeficiō
verb
to set over

praefidens
praefīdēns
adjective
too trustful

praefigo
praefīgō
verb
to fasten before

praefinio
praefīniō
verb
to determine beforehand

praefinito
praefīnītō
adverb
in the prescribed manner

praefloro
praeflōrō
verb
to deflower beforehand

praefluo
praefluō
verb
to flow along

praefor
praefor
verb
to say beforehand

praefoco
praefōcō
verb
to choke

praefodio
praefodiō
verb
to dig in front of

praefracte
praefrāctē
adverb
inflexibly

praefractus
praefrāctus
adjective
[of style] rude

praefrigidus
praefrīgidus
adjective
very cold

praefringo
praefringō
verb
to break off before

praefulcio
praefulciō
verb
to prop up

praefulgeo
praefulgeō
verb
to beam forth

praegelidus
praegelidus
adjective
very cold

praegestio
praegestiō
verb
to desire greatly

praegracilis
praegracilis
adjective
very slender

praegravis
praegravis
adjective
very heavy

praegravo
praegravō
verb
to press heavily upon

praegredior
praegredior
verb
to go before

praegressio
praegressiō
noun
a going before

praegressus
praegressus
participle
p. of praegredior

praegressus
praegressus
cross-reference
an advance

praegustator
praegustātor
noun
a foretaster

praegusto
praegustō
verb
to taste beforehand

praehendo
praehendō
verb
to lay hold of

praeiaceo
praeiaceō
verb
to lie before

praeiens
praeiēns
participle
p. of praeeo

praeiudicatus
praeiūdicātus
adjective
decided beforehand

praeiudicium
praeiūdicium
noun
a preceding judgment

praeiudico
praeiūdicō
verb
to prejudge

praeiuvo
praeiuvō
verb
to aid before

praelabor
praelābor
verb
to glide before

praelambo
praelambō
verb
to lick beforehand. (mus) praelambens omne

praelatus
praelātus
participle
p. of praefero

praelego
praelegō
verb
to sail by

praeligo
praeligō
verb
to bind on before

praelior
praelior
verb
to join battle

praelium
praelium
noun
a battle

praelongus
praelongus
adjective
very long

praeluceo
praelūceō
verb
to shine before

praelum
praēlum
noun
a press (for wine or oil)

praelustris
praelūstris
adjective
very illustrious

praemandatum
praemandātum
noun
a warrant of arrest

praematurus
praemātūrus
adjective
too early

praemedicatus
praemedicātus
adjective
protected by medicines

praemeditatio
praemeditātiō
noun
a considering beforehand

praemeditor
praemeditor
verb
to think over beforehand

praemetuens
praemetuēns
adjective
apprehensive

praemetuo
praemetuō
verb
to fear beforehand

praemineo
praemineō
verb
to transcend

praemitto
praemittō
verb
to send forward

praemium
praemium
noun
an advantage

praemolestia
praemolestia
noun
anxiety

praemolior
praemōlior
verb
to prepare beforehand

praemoneo
praemoneō
verb
to forewarn

praemonitus
praemonitus
noun
a forewarning

praemonstrator
praemōnstrātor
noun
one who points out the way

praemonstro
praemōnstrō
verb
to predict

praemordeo
praemordeō
verb
to bite off

praemorior
praemorior
verb
to die prematurely

praemortuus
praemortuus
adjective
prematurely dead

praemunio
praemūniō
verb
to fortify in front

praemunitio
praemūnītiō
noun
a fortifying beforehand

praenarro
praenārrō
verb
to tell beforehand

praenato
praenatō
verb
to swim before

praeniteo
praeniteō
verb
to shine in preference

praenomen
praenōmen
noun
the first name

praenosco
praenōscō
verb
to learn beforehand

praenotio
praenōtiō
noun
a preconception

praenubilus
praenūbilus
adjective
very cloudy

praenuntia
praenūntia
noun
a harbinger

praenuntio
praenūntiō
verb
(not-nu_ncio_)

praenuntius
praenūntius
noun
a foreteller

praeoccupatio
praeoccupātiō
noun
a seizing beforehand

praeoccupo
praeoccupō
verb
to seize upon beforehand

praeopto
praeoptō
verb
to choose rather

praepando
praepandō
verb
to spread out

praeparatio
praeparātiō
noun
a making ready

praeparatus
praeparātus
adjective
prepared

praeparo
praeparō
verb
to make ready beforehand

praepedio
praepediō
verb
to entangle

praependeo
praependeō
verb
to hang before

praepes
praepes
adjective
outstripping

praepilatus
praepilātus
adjective
tipped with a ball

praepinguis
praepinguis
adjective
very fat

praepollens
praepollēns
adjective
eminent

praepolleo
praepolleō
verb
to surpass in power

praepondero
praeponderō
verb
to make heavier

praepono
praepōnō
verb
to place in front

praeporto
praeportō
verb
to bear before

praepositio
praepositiō
noun
a setting before

praepositus
praepositus
noun
a prefect

praepositus
praepositus
adjective
preferable

praepostere
praeposterē
adverb
in reverse order

praeposterus
praeposterus
adjective
in reverse order

praepotens
praepotēns
adjective
very able

praepropere
praeproperē
adverb
in extreme haste

praeproperus
praeproperus
adjective
too hasty

praeputium
praepūtium
noun
the foreskin

praequeror
praequeror
verb
to complain beforehand

praeradio
praeradiō
verb
to outshine

praerapidus
praerapidus
adjective
very swift

praerigesco
praerigēscō
verb
to become very stiff

praeripio
praeripiō
verb
to snatch away

praerodo
praerōdō
verb
to gnaw off

praerogativus
praerogātīvus
adjective
voting first

praerosus
praerōsus
participle
p. of praerodo

praerumpo
praerumpō
verb
to break off before

praeruptus
praeruptus
adjective
broken off

praes
praes
noun
a surety

praesaepe
praesaepe
noun
an enclosure

praesaepio
praesaepiō
verb
to fence in front

praesagio
praesāgiō
verb
to feel in advance

praesagitio
praesāgītiō
noun
a presentiment

praesagium
praesāgium
noun
a presentiment

praesagus
praesāgus
adjective
perceiving beforehand

praescio
praesciō
verb
to know beforehand

praescisco
praescīscō
verb
to learn beforehand

praescius
praescius
adjective
foreknowing

praescribo
praescrībō
verb
to write before

praescriptio
praescrīptiō
noun
a prefix in writing

praescriptum
praescrīptum
noun
a previous direction

praeseco
praesecō
verb
to cut off before

praesens
praesēns
adjective
at hand

praesensio
praesēnsiō
noun
a foreboding

praesensus
praesēnsus
participle
p. of praesentio

praesentia
praesentia
noun
a being at hand

praesentio
praesentiō
verb
to feel beforehand

praesepe
praesēpe
cross-reference

praesepe
praesēpe
noun
an enclosure

praesepio
praesēpiō
cross-reference

praesepio
praesēpiō
verb
to fence in front

praesertim
praesertim
adverb
especially

praeses
praeses
noun
a protector

praesidens
praesidēns
noun
a president

praesideo
praesideō
verb
to guard

praesidiarius
praesidiārius
adjective
serving for defence

praesidium
praesidium
noun
defence

praesignifico
praesīgnificō
verb
to indicate beforehand

praesignis
praesīgnis
adjective
pre-eminent

praesono
praesonō
verb
to sound before

praestabilis
praestābilis
adjective
pre-eminent

praestans
praestāns
adjective
pre-eminent

praestantia
praestantia
noun
pre-eminence

praestat
praestat
cross-reference

praestes
praestes
noun
a protector

praestigia
praestīgia
noun
deceptions

praestituo
praestituō
verb
to determine beforehand

praestitus
praestitus
participle
p. of 2 praesto

praesto
praestō
adverb
at hand

praesto
praestō
verb
to stand out

praestolor
praestōlor
verb
to stand ready for

praestringo
praestringō
verb
to draw together

praestruo
praestruō
verb
to build before

praesul
praesul
noun
a leader in a dance

praesultator
praesultātor
noun
a leader in a dance

praesulto
praesultō
verb
to dance before

praesum
praesum
verb
to be before

praesumo
praesūmō
verb
to take before

praesutus
praesūtus
cross-reference
p.

praetego
praetegō
verb
to protect

praetempto
praetemptō
verb
to examine previously

praetendo
praetendō
verb
to stretch forth

praetento
praetentō
cross-reference

praetento
praetentō
verb
to examine previously

praetepesco
praetepēscō
verb
to grow warm before

praeter
praeter
adverb
except

praeter
praeter
preposition
[of place] past

praeterago
praeteragō
verb
to drive by

praeterea
praetereā
adverb
in addition

praetereo
praetereō
verb
to go by

praeterequitans
praeterequitāns
adjective
riding by

praeterfero
praeterferō
verb
to carry by

praeterfluo
praeterfluō
verb
to flow by

praetergredior
praetergredior
verb
to walk by

praeteriens
praeteriēns
participle
p. of praetereo

praeteritus
praeteritus
adjective
gone by

praeterlabor
praeterlābor
verb
to glide by

praeterlatus
praeterlātus
participle
p. of praeterfero

praetermissio
praetermissiō
noun
a leaving out

praetermitto
praetermittō
verb
to permit to go by

praeterquam
praeterquam
adverb
beyond

praetervectio
praetervectiō
noun
a passing by

praetervehor
praetervehor
verb
to be borne past

praetervolo
praetervolō
verb
to fly by

praetexo
praetexō
verb
to weave before

praetexta
praetexta
noun
see 1 praetextus

praetextatus
praetextātus
adjective
wearing the toga praetexta

praetextum
praetextum
noun
a pretence

praetextus
praetextus
noun
a show

praetextus
praetextus
adjective
bordered

praetinctus
praetinctus
adjective
steeped previously

praetor
praetor
noun
a leader

praetorianus
praetōriānus
adjective
of the bodyguard

praetorium
praetōrium
noun
[in a camp] the general's tent

praetorius
praetōrius
adjective
of the praetor

praetrepidans
praetrepidāns
adjective
very hasty

praetura
praetūra
noun
the office of a praetor

praeumbrans
praeumbrāns
cross-reference
darkening

praeustus
praeūstus
cross-reference
p.

praeut
praeut
adverb
in comparison with

praevalens
praevalēns
adjective
of superior strength

praevaleo
praevaleō
verb
to be stronger

praevalidus
praevalidus
adjective
very strong

praevaricatio
praevāricātiō
noun
[in law] insincerity in pleading

praevaricator
praevāricātor
noun
[in law] a sham accuser

praevaricor
praevāricor
verb
[in law] to be a false advocate

praevehor
praevehor
verb
to ride in front

praevenio
praeveniō
verb
to come before

praeverro
praeverrō
verb
to sweep before

praevertor
praevertor
verb
to outstrip

praeverto
praevertō
verb
to go before

praevideo
praevideō
verb
to see first

praevitio
praevitiō
verb
to corrupt beforehand

praevius
praevius
adjective
going before

praevolo
praevolō
verb
to fly before

praevortor
praevortor
verb
to outstrip

praevorto
praevortō
verb
to go before

pragmaticus
prāgmaticus
adjective
skilled in business

prandeo
prandeō
verb
to take breakfast

prandium
prandium
noun
a late breakfast

pransus
prānsus
adjective
that has breakfasted

pratensis
prātēnsis
adjective
growing in meadows

pratulum
prātulum
cross-reference
a small meadow

pratum
prātum
noun
a meadow

prave
prāvē
adverb
crookedly

pravitas
prāvitās
noun
crookedness

pravus
prāvus
adjective
crooked

precans
precāns
adjective
praying

precario
precāriō
adverb
by entreaty

precarius
precārius
adjective
obtained by entreaty

precatio
precātiō
noun
a praying

precator
precātor
noun
a suppliant

preces
preces
cross-reference
(prex)

precia
precia
noun
a kind of grape-vine

precor
precor
verb
to ask

prehendo
prehendō
verb
to lay hold of

prehenso
prehēnsō
cross-reference

prelum
prēlum
noun
a press (for wine or oil)

premo
premō
verb
to press

prendo
prēndō
verb
to lay hold of

prensatio
prēnsātiō
noun
a soliciting

prenso
prēnsō
verb
to grasp

prensus
prēnsus
participle
p. of prehendo

presse
pressē
adverb
of pronunciation

pressio
pressiō
noun
a prop

presso
pressō
verb
to press

pressus
pressus
adjective
closed

pressus
pressus
noun
a pressing

pretiose
pretiōsē
adverb
richly

pretiosus
pretiōsus
adjective
of great value

pretium
pretium
noun
a price

prex
prex
noun
a prayer

Priapus
Priāpus
noun
priapus

pridem
prīdem
adverb
long ago

pridie
prīdiē
adverb
on the day before

primaevus
prīmaevus
adjective
in early life

primanus
prīmānus
adjective
of the first legion

primarius
prīmārius
adjective
first in rank

Primigenia
Prīmigenia
noun
aboriginal

primipilaris
prīmipīlāris
noun
a centurion of the first maniple of the triarii

primipilus
prīmipīlus
noun
the first centurion of the triarii

primitia
prīmitia
noun
the first yield

primitus
prīmitus
adverb
for the first time

primo
prīmō
adverb
in the order of time

primordium
prīmōrdium
noun
a beginning

primoris
prīmōris
adjective
the first

primulum
prīmulum
adverb
at first

primum
prīmum
adverb
at first

primus
prīmus
adjective
the first

princeps
prīnceps
adjective
first in order

principalis
prīncipālis
adjective
first

principatus
prīncipātus
noun
a beginning

principium
prīncipium
noun
a beginning

prior
prior
adjective
former

prisce
prīscē
adverb
in ancient style

priscus
prīscus
adjective
of former times

pristinus
prīstinus
adjective
former

pristis
pristis
noun
a seamonster

pristris
pristris
noun
a seamonster

prius
prius
adverb
before

priusquam
priusquam
adverb
earlier than

privans
prīvans
noun
compounds reversing the meaning of simple words

privatim
prīvātim
adverb
apart from State affairs

privatio
prīvātiō
noun
a taking away

privato
privātō
adverb
at home

privatus
prīvātus
adjective
apart from the State

privigna
prīvīgna
noun
a step-daughter

privignus
prīvīgnus
noun
a step-son

privilegium
prīvilēgium
noun
a law concerning an individual

privo
prīvō
verb
to bereave

privus
prīvus
adjective
each

pro
prō
interjection
O! Ah! Alas!

pro
prō
preposition
before

proagorus
proāgorus
noun
(in Sicilian towns)

proavitus
proavītus
adjective
ancestral

proavus
proavus
noun
a great-grandfather

probabilis
probābilis
adjective
worthy of approval

probabilitas
probābilitās
noun
probability

probabiliter
probābiliter
adverb
probably

probatio
probātiō
noun
approbation

probator
probātor
noun
one who accepts

probatus
probātus
adjective
approved

probe
probē
adverb
rightly

probitas
probitās
noun
goodness

probo
probō
verb
to make good

probrosus
probrōsus
adjective
shameful

probrum
probrum
noun
a shameful act

probus
probus
adjective
estimable

procacitas
procācitās
noun
pertinacity

procaciter
procāciter
adverb
boldly

procax
procāx
adjective
pertinacious

procedo
prōcēdō
verb
to go before

procella
procella
noun
a violent wind

procellosus
procellōsus
adjective
full of storms

procer
procer
noun
a nobleman

procere
prōcērē
adverb
extensively

proceres
procerēs
noun
see procer

proceritas
prōcēritās
noun
a high growth

procerus
prōcērus
adjective
high

processio
prōcessiō
noun
a marching on

processus
prōcessus
noun
an advance

processus
prōcessus
participle
p. of procedo

procido
prōcidō
verb
to fall forward

procinctus
prōcīnctus
noun
a girding up

proclamator
prōclāmātor
noun
a crier

proclamo
prōclāmō
verb
to call

proclino
prōclīnō
verb
to bend forward

proclivi
prōclīvī
adverb
downward

proclivis
prōclīvis
adjective
sloping

proclivitas
prōclīvitās
noun
a tendency

Procne
Procnē
noun
a daughter of Pandion

Procne
Prōcnē
noun
a daughter of Pandion

procor
procor
verb
to ask

proconsul
prōcōnsul
noun
a governor of a province

proconsularis
prōcōnsulāris
adjective
of a proconsul

proconsulatus
prōcōnsulātus
noun
the office of a proconsul

procrastinatio
prōcrāstinātiō
noun
a putting off from day to day

procrastino
prōcrāstinō
verb
to put off till the morrow

procreatio
prōcreātiō
noun
a begetting

procreator
prōcreātor
noun
a begetter

procreatrix
prōcreātrīx
noun
she that brings forth

procreo
prōcreō
verb
to bring forth

procubo
prōcubō
verb
to lie stretched out

procudo
prōcūdō
verb
to fashion by hammering

procul
procul
adverb
in the distance

proculco
prōculcō
verb
to tread down

procumbo
prōcumbō
verb
to fall forwards

procuratio
prōcūrātiō
noun
a caring for

procurator
prōcūrātor
noun
a manager

procuratrix
prōcūrātrīx
noun
a governess

procuro
prōcūrō
verb
to take care of

procurro
prōcurrō
verb
to run forth

procursatio
prōcursātiō
noun
a sally

procursator
prōcursātor
noun
skirmishers

procurso
prōcursō
verb
to keep up sallies

procursus
prōcursus
noun
a running forth

procurvus
prōcurvus
adjective
curved in front

procus
procus
noun
a wooer

Procyon
Procyōn
noun
the little dog (rising before the dog-star)

prod
prōd
preposition
before

prodambulo
prōdambulō
verb
to walk abroad

prodeambulo
prōdeambulō
verb
to walk abroad

prodeo
prōdeō
verb
to go forth

prodesse
prōdesse
cross-reference
inf. of prosum

prodico
prōdīcō
verb
to put off

prodige
prōdigē
adverb
lavishly

prodigentia
prōdigentia
noun
extravagance

prodigialiter
prōdigiāliter
adverb
unnaturally

prodigiosus
prōdigiōsus
adjective
unnatural

prodigium
prōdigium
noun
a prophetic sign

prodigo
prōdigō
verb
to squander

prodigus
prōdigus
adjective
wasteful

proditio
prōditiō
noun
a betrayal

proditor
prōditor
noun
a betrayer

prodo
prōdō
verb
to put forth

prodoceo
prōdoceō
verb
to teach openly

prodromos
prodromos
noun
a forerunner

produco
prōdūcō
verb
to lead forth

producte
prōductē
adverb
lengthened

productio
prōductiō
noun
a lengthening

producto
prōductō
verb
to throw before

productus
prōductus
adjective
lengthened

proegmenum
proēgmenum
noun
preferable things (in the Stoic philosophy)

proeliator
proeliātor
noun
a fighter

proelior
proelior
verb
to join battle

proelium
proelium
noun
a battle

profano
profānō
verb
to render unholy

profanus
profānus
adjective
out of the temple

profectio
profectiō
noun
a going away

profecto
profectō
adverb
actually

profectus
prōfectus
participle
p. of proficio

profectus
prōfectus
noun
advance

profectus
profectus
participle
p. of proficiscor

profero
prōferō
verb
to carry out

professio
professiō
noun
a public acknowledgment

professorius
professōrius
adjective
of a public teacher

professus
professus
adjective
avowed

profestus
profēstus
adjective
non-festival

proficio
prōficiō
verb
to make headway

proficiscor
proficīscor
verb
to set forward

profiteor
profiteor
verb
to declare publicly

profligator
prōflīgātor
noun
a spendthrift

profligatus
prōflīgātus
adjective
wretched

profligo
prōflīgō
verb
to strike to the ground

proflo
prōflō
verb
to blow forth

profluens
prōfluēns
adjective
flowing along

profluenter
prōfluenter
adverb
flowingly

profluentia
prōfluentia
noun
a flowing forth

profluo
prōfluō
verb
to flow forth

profor
profor
verb
to speak out

profugio
profugiō
verb
to flee

profugus
profugus
adjective
that flees

profundo
profundō
verb
to pour out

profundum
profundum
noun
a depth

profundus
profundus
adjective
[with sup] deep

profuse
profūsē
adverb
immoderately

profusus
profūsus
adjective
[people] lavish

progener
prōgener
noun
a grand-daughter's husband

progenero
prōgenerō
verb
to beget

progenies
prōgeniēs
noun
descent

progenitor
prōgenitor
noun
the founder of a family

progeno
prōgenō
verb
to beget

progigno
prōgīgnō
verb
to beget

prognatus
prōgnātus
adjective
born

Progne
Prōgnē
noun
a daughter of Pandion

Progne
Prognē
noun
a daughter of Pandion

prognosticum
prognōsticum
noun
harbingers

progredior
prōgredior
verb
to come forth

progressio
prōgressiō
noun
a going forward

progressus
prōgressus
noun
a going forward

progressus
prōgressus
participle
p. of progredior

proh
proh
interjection
interj.

prohibeo
prohibeō
verb
to hold before

prohibitio
prohibitiō
noun
a forbidding

prohibitus
prohibitus
participle
p. of prohibeo

proicio
prōiciō
verb
to throw forth

proiectio
prōiectiō
noun
a throwing forward

proiectus
prōiectus
adjective
stretched out

proiicio
prōiiciō
cross-reference

proinde
proinde
adverb
hence

prolabor
prōlābor
verb
to glide forward

prolapsio
prōlapsiō
noun
a slipping

prolapsus
prōlapsus
participle
p. of prolabor

prolatio
prōlātiō
noun
a bringing forward

prolato
prōlātō
verb
to extend

prolatus
prōlātus
participle
p. of profero

prolecto
prōlectō
verb
to allure

proles
prōlēs
noun
a growth

proletarius
prōlētārius
adjective
relating to offspring

prolicio
prōliciō
verb
to allure forth

prolixe
prōlixē
adverb
largely

prolixus
prōlixus
adjective
well-disposed

prologus
prōlogus
noun
a preface to a play

proloquor
prōloquor
verb
to speak out

prolubium
prōlubium
noun
desire

proludo
prōlūdō
verb
to play beforehand

proluo
prōluō
verb
to wash forth

prolusio
prōlūsiō
noun
a prelude

proluvies
prōluviēs
noun
an overflow

promereo
prōmereō
verb
to deserve

promereor
prōmereor
verb
to deserve

promeritum
prōmeritum
noun
desert

Prometheus
Promētheus
noun
a son of Iapetus

prominens
prōminēns
adjective
prominent

promineo
prōmineō
verb
to stand out

promisce
prōmiscē
adverb
in common

promiscue
prōmiscuē
adverb
in common

promiscus
prōmiscus
adjective
in common

promiscuus
prōmiscuus
adjective
mixed

promissio
prōmissiō
noun
a promising

promissor
prōmissor
noun
a promiser

promissum
prōmissum
noun
a promise

promissus
prōmissus
adjective
hanging down

promitto
prōmittō
verb
to let go

promo
prōmō
verb
to take out

promoneo
prōmoneō
verb
to forewarn

promontorium
prōmontorium
noun
a projecting part of a mountain

promonturium
prōmonturium
noun
a projecting part of a mountain

promotum
prōmōtum
noun
preferable things

promoveo
prōmoveō
verb
(pro_mo_rat for pro_mo_verat)

prompte
prōmptē
adverb
readily

promptus
prōmptus
adjective
set forth

promptus
prōmptus
noun
[in the phrase in promptu] public

promulgatio
prōmulgātiō
noun
a public announcement

promulgo
prōmulgō
verb
to bring forward publicly

promulsis
prōmulsis
noun
an appetizer

promunturium
prōmunturium
noun
a projecting part of a mountain

promus
prōmus
noun
a cellarer

promutuus
prōmūtuus
adjective
paid beforehand

prone
prōnē
adverb
inclined

pronepos
pronepōs
noun
a great-grandson

pronoea
pronoea
noun
providence

pronuba
prōnuba
noun
she who prepares the bride

pronuntiatio
prōnūntiātiō
noun
a public declaration

pronuntiator
prōnūntiātor
noun
a relater

pronuntiatum
prōnūntiātum
noun
[in logic] a proposition

pronuntio
prōnūntiō
verb
to make publicly known

pronurus
prōnurus
noun
a grandson's wife

pronus
prōnus
adjective
turned forward

prooemium
prooemium
noun
an introduction

propagatio
prōpāgātiō
noun
an extension

propagator
prōpāgātor
noun
an extender

propago
prōpāgō
noun
a set

propago
prōpāgō
verb
to set forward

propago
propāgō
noun
a set

propalam
prōpalam
adverb
openly

propatulus
prōpatulus
adjective
open in front

prope
prope
preposition
near

prope
prope
adverb
[in space] near

propediem
propediem
adverb
at an early day

propello
prōpellō
verb
to drive forward

propemodum
propemodum
adverb
nearly

propendeo
prōpendeō
verb
to hang down

propense
prōpēnsē
adverb
willingly

propensio
prōpēnsiō
noun
inclination

propensus
prōpēnsus
adjective
hanging down

properans
properāns
participle
p. of propero

properanter
properanter
adverb
hastily

properantia
properantia
noun
a hastening

properatio
properātiō
noun
a hastening

properato
properātō
adverb
quickly

properatus
properātus
adjective
hurried

propere
properē
adverb
hastily

properipes
properipēs
adjective
swift of foot

propero
properō
verb
to make haste

properus
properus
adjective
quick

propexus
prōpexus
adjective
combed forward

propino
propīnō
verb
to drink to one's health

propinquitas
propinquitās
noun
nearness

propinquo
propinquō
verb
to draw near

propinquus
propinquus
adjective
near

propior
propior
adjective
[in space] nearer

propitio
propitiō
verb
to appease

propitius
propitius
adjective
favorable

propius
propius
adverb
very near

propola
propōla
noun
a forestaller

propono
prōpōnō
verb
to put forth

proportio
prōportiō
noun
analogy

propositio
prōpositiō
noun
a presentation

propositum
prōpositum
noun
that which is proposed

propositus
prōpositus
adjective
exposed

propraetor
prōpraetor
noun
an ex-praetor

proprie
propriē
adverb
personally

proprietas
proprietās
noun
a property

proprius
proprius
adjective
not common with others

propter
propter
adverb
near

propter
propter
preposition
near

propterea
proptereā
adverb
therefore

propudium
propudium
noun
a shameful act [old]

propugnaculum
prōpūgnāculum
noun
a bulwark

propugnatio
prōpūgnātiō
noun
a defence

propugnator
prōpūgnātor
noun
one who fights in defence

propugno
prōpūgnō
verb
to go forth to fight

propulsatio
prōpulsātiō
noun
a driving back

propulso
prōpulsō
verb
to drive back

propulsus
prōpulsus
participle
p. of propello

propylaea
propylaea
noun
a gateway

prora
prōra
noun
the forepart of a ship

prorepo
prōrēpō
verb
to creep forth

proripio
prōripiō
verb
to drag forth

prorogatio
prōrogātiō
noun
a prolongation

prorogo
prōrogō
verb
to prolong

prorsum
prōrsum
adverb
forwards

prorsus
prōrsus
adverb
forward

prorumpo
prōrumpō
verb
to break forth

proruo
prōruō
verb
to rush forth

proruptus
prōruptus
participle
p. of prorumpo

prorutus
prōrutus
participle
p. of proruo

prosapia
prōsāpia
noun
a stock

proscaenium
proscaenium
noun
the front part of the stage

proscenium
proscēnium
noun
the front part of the stage

proscindo
prōscindō
verb
to plough

proscribo
prōscrībō
verb
to make public by writing

proscriptio
prōscrīptiō
noun
a public notice of sale

proscripturio
prōscrīpturiō
verb
to desire to proscribe

proscriptus
prōscrīptus
noun
an outlaw

proseco
prōsecō
verb
to cut off

prosectum
prōsectum
noun
the entrails

prosecutus
prōsecūtus
participle
p. of prosequor

prosemino
prōsēminō
verb
to sow

prosequor
prōsequor
verb
to follow

prosequutus
prōsequūtus
participle
p. of prosequor

Proserpina
Prōserpina
noun
Proserpine

proseucha
proseucha
noun
a place for prayer

prosilio
prōsiliō
verb
to leap forward

prosocer
prōsocer
noun
a wife's grandfather

prospecto
prōspectō
verb
to look forth

prospectus
prōspectus
participle
p. of prospicio

prospectus
prōspectus
noun
a lookout

prospeculor
prōspeculor
verb
to look out

prospere
prōsperē
adverb
according to hope

prosperitas
prōsperitās
noun
good-fortune

prospero
prōsperō
verb
to render fortunate

prosperus
prōsperus
adjective
according to hope

prospicientia
prōspicientia
noun
foresight

prospicio
prōspiciō
verb
to look forward

prosterno
prōsternō
verb
to strew before

prostituo
prōstituō
verb
to set forth in public

prosto
prōstō
verb
to be on sale

prostratus
prōstrātus
participle
p. of prosterno

prosubigo
prōsubigō
verb
to dig up

prosum
prōsum
verb
to be useful

protego
prōtegō
verb
to cover before

protelo
prōtēlō
verb
to drive forth

protenam
prōtenam
adverb
forthwith

protendo
prōtendō
verb
to stretch forth

protenus
prōtenus
cross-reference

protenus
prōtenus
adverb
right onward

protero
prōterō
verb
to tread under foot

proterreo
prōterreō
verb
to frighten off

proterve
protervē
adverb
recklessly

protervitas
protervitās
noun
wantonness

protervus
protervus
adjective
pressing forward

Proteus
Prōteus
noun
a sea-god of changeable form

protinam
prōtinam
adverb
forthwith

protinus
prōtinus
adverb
right onward

protraho
prōtrahō
verb
to draw forth

protritus
prōtrītus
participle
p. of protero

protrudo
prōtrūdō
verb
to thrust forward

proturbo
prōturbō
verb
to drive on

prout
prout
conjunction
according as

proveho
prōvehō
verb
to carry forward

provenio
prōveniō
verb
to come forth

proventus
prōventus
noun
a coming forth

proverbium
prōverbium
noun
an old saying

providens
prōvidēns
adjective
foreseeing

providenter
prōvidenter
adverb
with foresight

providentia
prōvidentia
noun
foresight

provideo
prōvideō
verb
to see in advance

providus
prōvidus
adjective
foreseeing

provincia
prōvincia
noun
an office

provincialis
prōvinciālis
adjective
of a province

provisio
prōvīsiō
noun
a foreseeing

proviso
prōvīsō
adverb
with forethought

proviso
prōvisō
verb
to go forth to see

provisor
prōvīsor
noun
a foreseer

provisus
prōvīsus
noun
a looking forward

provisus
prōvīsus
participle
p. of provideo

provivo
prōvīvō
verb
to live on

provocatio
prōvocātiō
noun
a citation before a higher tribunal

provocator
prōvocātor
noun
a kind of gladiator

provoco
prōvocō
verb
to call forth

provolo
prōvolō
verb
to fly forth

provolvo
prōvolvō
verb
to roll forward

proxime
proximē
adverb
[of place] nearest

proximitas
proximitās
noun
nearness

proximo
proximō
adverb
very lately

proximus
proximus
adjective
the nearest

proxume
proxumē
cross-reference

proxume
proxumē
adverb
[of place] nearest

proxumus
proxumus
adjective
the nearest

proxumus
proxumus
cross-reference

prudens
prūdēns
adjective
foreseeing

prudenter
prūdenter
adverb
sagaciously

prudentia
prūdentia
noun
a foreseeing

pruina
pruīna
noun
hoar-frost

pruinosus
pruīnōsus
adjective
full of hoar-frost

pruna
prūna
noun
a burning coal

pruniceus
prūniceus
adjective
of plum-tree wood

prunum
prūnum
noun
a plum

prunus
prūnus
noun
a plum-tree

prurio
prūriō
verb
to itch

prytaneum
prytanēum
noun
in Greece

prytanion
prytanīon
noun
in Greece

prytanis
prytanis
noun
in Greece

psallo
psallō
verb
to play upon a stringed instrument

psalterium
psaltērium
noun
a stringed instrument

psaltria
psaltria
noun
a female player on the cithara

psephisma
psēphisma
noun
among the Greeks

pseudomenos
pseudomenos
noun
in logic

pseudothyrum
pseudothyrum
noun
a backdoor

psithius
psithius
adjective
of a species of Grecian vine producing a sweet wine

psittacus
psittacus
noun
a parrot

psychomanteum
psȳchomantēum
noun
a place for inquiring of the dead

psychomantium
psȳchomantīum
noun
a place for inquiring of the dead

psythius
psythius
cross-reference

psythius
psythius
adjective
of a species of Grecian vine producing a sweet wine

ptisanarium
ptisanārium
noun
a decoction of barley-groats

pubens
pūbēns
adjective
mature

pubertas
pūbertās
noun
the age of manhood

pubes
pūbēs
noun
grown-up males youth able to bear arms

pubes
pūbēs
adjective
grown up

pubesco
pūbēscō
verb
to attain puberty

publicanus
pūblicānus
adjective
of the public revenue

publicatio
pūblicātiō
noun
an appropriation to the state

publice
pūblicē
adverb
on account of the people

publicitus
pūblicitus
adverb
on the public account

publico
pūblicō
verb
to make public

publicus
pūblicus
adjective
of the people

pudendus
pudendus
adjective
causing shame

pudens
pudēns
adjective
shamefast

pudenter
pudenter
adverb
modestly

pudeo
pudeō
verb
[intransitively] to be ashamed

pudibundus
pudibundus
adjective
ashamed

pudice
pudīcē
adverb
modestly

pudicitia
pudīcitia
noun
shamefastness

pudicus
pudīcus
adjective
shamefast

pudor
pudor
noun
a shrinking from blame

puella
puella
noun
a female child

puellaris
puellāris
adjective
of a girl

puellula
puellula
noun
a little girl

puer
puer
noun
a male child

puerilis
puerīlis
adjective
boyish

pueriliter
puerīliter
adverb
like a child

pueritia
pueritia
noun
boyhood

puerperium
puerperium
noun
a lying in

puerperus
puerperus
adjective
parturient

puertia
puertia
cross-reference

puerulus
puerulus
noun
a little boy

puga
pūga
noun
the rump

pugil
pugil
noun
one who fights with the cestus

pugillaris
pugillāris
adjective
filling the fist

pugillatio
pugillātiō
noun
boxing with the cestus

pugillatus
pugillātus
noun
a fighting with the cestus

pugio
pūgiō
noun
a short dagger

pugiunculus
pūgiunculus
noun
a small dagger

pugna
pūgna
noun
a hand-to-hand fight

pugnacitas
pūgnācitās
noun
combativeness

pugnaciter
pūgnāciter
adverb
contentiously

pugnans
pūgnans
noun
fighters

pugnans
pūgnans
noun
contradictions

pugnator
pūgnātor
noun
a fighter

pugnax
pūgnāx
adjective
fond of fighting

pugno
pūgnō
verb
to fight

pugnus
pūgnus
noun
a fist

pulcellus
pulcellus
adjective
beautiful

pulcer
pulcer
adjective
beautiful

pulchellus
pulchellus
adjective
beautiful

pulcher
pulcher
adjective
beautiful

pulchre
pulchrē
adverb
beautifully

pulchritudo
pulchritūdō
noun
beauty

pulcre
pulcrē
adverb
beautifully

pulcritudo
pulcritūdō
noun
beauty

puleium
pūlēium
noun
fleabane

pullarius
pullārius
noun
the feeder of the sacred fowls

pullatus
pullātus
adjective
clothed in black

pullulo
pullulō
verb
to put forth

pullus
pullus
adjective
dark-colored

pullus
pullus
noun
a young animal

pulmentarium
pulmentārium
noun
a relish

pulmentum
pulmentum
noun
a relish of flesh

pulmo
pūlmō
noun
a lung

pulpamentum
pulpāmentum
noun
pulpa

pulpitum
pulpitum
noun
a scaffold

puls
puls
noun
a thick pap

pulsatio
pulsātiō
noun
a beating

pulso
pulsō
verb
to push against

pulsus
pulsus
participle
p. of pello

pulsus
pulsus
noun
a pushing

pulto
pultō
verb
to beat

pulvereus
pulvereus
adjective
of dust

pulverulentus
pulverulentus
adjective
full of dust

pulvillus
pulvillus
noun
a little cushion

pulvinar
pulvīnar
noun
a couch of the gods

pulvinarium
pulvīnārium
noun
a cushioned seat of a god

pulvinus
pulvīnus
noun
a cushion

pulvis
pulvis
noun
dust

pumex
pūmex
noun
a pumice-stone

pumiceus
pūmiceus
adjective
of pumice-stone

punctim
punctim
adverb
with the point

punctum
punctum
noun
a prick

pungo
pungō
verb
to prick

Punicanus
Pūnicānus
adjective
punic

Puniceus
Pūniceus
adjective
punic

Punicus
Pūnicus
adjective
punic

punior
pūnior
verb
to punish

punio
pūniō
verb
to punish

punitor
pūnītor
noun
an avenger

pupilla
pūpilla
noun
an orphan girl

pupillaris
pūpillāris
adjective
of an orphan

pupillus
pūpillus
noun
an orphan boy

puppis
puppis
noun
the hinder part of a ship

pupula
pūpula
noun
the pupil of the eye

pupulus
pūpulus
noun
a little boy

pure
pūrē
adverb
clearly

purgamen
pūrgāmen
noun
[only plur] a means of cleansing

purgamentum
pūrgāmentum
noun
[only plur] sweepings

purgatio
pūrgātiō
noun
a cleansing

purgatus
pūrgātus
adjective
cleansed

purgo
pūrgō
verb
to make clean

puriter
pūriter
adverb
purely

purpura
purpura
noun
purple color

purpurasco
purpurāscō
verb
to grow purple

purpuratus
purpurātus
noun
one clad in purple

purpureus
purpureus
adjective
purple-colored

purus
pūrus
adjective
free from dirt

pus
pūs
noun
matter from a sore

pusillus
pusillus
adjective
very little

pusio
pūsiō
noun
a little boy

pustula
pūstula
noun
a pimple

puta
puta
adverb
suppose

putamen
putāmen
noun
that which is pruned away

putatio
putātiō
noun
a pruning

putator
putātor
noun
a pruner

puteal
puteal
noun
a kerb-stone of a well

putealis
puteālis
adjective
of a well

putearius
puteārius
noun
a well-digger

puteo
pūteō
verb
to stink

puter
puter
adjective
rotten

putesco
pūtēscō
verb
to rot

puteus
puteus
noun
a well

putide
pūtidē
adverb
disgustingly

putidiusculus
pūtidiusculus
adjective
rather more tedious

putidus
pūtidus
adjective
rotten

putisco
pūtīscō
verb
to rot

puto
putō
verb
to clean

putrefacio
putrefaciō
verb
to make rotten

putresco
putrēscō
verb
to rot

putridus
putridus
adjective
rotten

putus
putus
adjective
pure

pyctes
pyctēs
noun
a boxer

pyga
pȳga
cross-reference

pyga
pȳga
noun
the rump

pygargus
pȳgargus
noun
a kind of antelope

Pygmaeus
Pygmaeus
adjective
pygmaean

pyla
pyla
noun
a narrow pass

pyra
pyra
noun
a funeral pile

pyramis
pȳramis
noun
a pyramid

Pyrenaeus
Pȳrēnaeus
adjective
of Pyrene

pyrethrum
pyrethrum
noun
spanish chamomile

pyropus
pyrōpus
noun
an alloy of copper and gold

pyrum
pyrum
cross-reference

pyrum
pyrum
noun
a pear

pyrus
pyrus
cross-reference

Pythagoreus
Pȳthagorēus
adjective
pythagorean

Pythagoricus
Pȳthagoricus
adjective
pythagorean

Pythia
Pȳthia
noun
the priestess of the Delphic Apollo

Pythicus
Pȳthicus
adjective
pythian

Pythium
Pȳthium
noun
the Pythian games

pytisma
pȳtisma
noun
that which is spit out

pytiso
pȳtīsō
verb
to spit out

pyxis
pyxis
noun
a small box

 
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