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P
P
cross-reference
r

p
p
cross-reference

p
p
cross-reference
r

Pa
Pa
cross-reference

pabillus
pabillus
noun
a small wheelbarrow

pabo
pabō
noun
a one-wheeled vehicle

pabularis
pābulāris
adjective
of or fit for fodder

pabularius
pābulārius
adjective
of or belonging to fodder or pasture

pabulatio
pābulātiō
noun
pasture

pabulator
pābulātor
noun
A fodderer

pabulatorius
pābulātōrius
adjective
of or for fodder

pabulor
pābulor
verb
To eat fodder

pabulosus
pābulōsus
adjective
abounding in fodder

pabulum
pābulum
noun
food

pac
pac
prefix

pacalis
pācālis
adjective
of or belonging to peace

pacate
pācātē
adverb
peaceably

pacatio
pācātiō
noun
a peace-making

pacator
pācātor
noun
a peace-maker

pacatorius
pācātōrius
adjective
peace-promoting

Pacatula
Pācātula
noun
a female proper name

pacatum
pācātum
noun

pacatum
pācātum
noun
a friendly country

pacatus
pācātus
adjective

pacatus
pācātus
adjective
pacified

paccius
paccius
noun
a poet mentioned by

Pacensis
Pācensis
adjective
Of or belonging to the city of

Pacensis
Pācensis
noun
Beja

Pachynos
Pachȳnos
noun
the south-eastern promontory of Sicily

Pachynum
Pachȳnum
noun
the south-eastern promontory of Sicily

Pachynus
Pachȳnus
noun
the south-eastern promontory of Sicily

Pacida
Pācida
cross-reference

Pacidianus
Pācidiānus
noun
a famous gladiator

pacifer
pācifer
adjective
peace-bringing

pacifero
pāciferō
verb
to keep peace

pacificatio
pācificātiō
noun
a peacemaking

pacificator
pācificātor
noun
a peacemaker

pacificatorius
pācificātōrius
adjective
peace-making

pacifice
pācificē
adverb
pacifically

pacificor
pācificor
verb
to make or conclude a peace

pacificor
pācificor
verb
to make or conclude a peace

pacificum
pācificum
noun
peace-offerings

pacificus
pācificus
adjective
peacemaking

pacio
paciō
noun
a contract

Pacis
Pacis
cross-reference
a sacred bull

pacisco
paciscō
verb
to agree

paciscor
paciscor
verb
to make a bargain

paco
pacō
verb
to make or come to an agreement

paco
pacō
verb
to fasten

paco
pācō
verb
to bring into a state of peace and quietness

Paconius
Pacōnius
noun
the name of a Roman gens. So M. Paconius

Pacorus
Pacorus
noun
A son of Orodes

pacta
pacta
noun

pacticius
pactīcius
adjective
agreed upon

pactilis
pactilis
adjective
plaited together

pactio
pactiō
noun
an agreeing

pactitius
pactītius
adjective

pactiuncula
pactiuncula
noun
an agreement

pactius
pactius
adjective
agreed upon

Pactolis
Pactōlis
noun
of or belonging to the Pactolus

Pactolus
Pactōlus
noun
a river in Lydia which was said to bring down golden sands

pactor
pactor
noun
one who makes a contract

pactum
pactum
noun

pactum
pactum
noun
an agreement

Pactumejus
Pactumējus
noun
a supposititious son of Canidia

pactus
pactus
adjective
agreed upon

pactus
pactus
adjective

pactus
pactus
noun

pactus
pactus
adjective

pactus
pactus
noun
a betrothed husband

Pactya
Pactya
noun
a town of Thrace

Pactye
Pactyē
noun
a town of Thrace

Pacuus
Pācuus
noun
the name of a Roman gens. So esp. Pacuvius

Pacuvianus
Pācuviānus
adjective
Pacuvian

Pacuvius
Pācuvius
noun
the name of a Roman gens. So esp. Pacuvius

Padaeus
Padaeus
noun
a people of farther India

Padaneus
Padaneus
adjective

Padaneus
Padāneus
adjective
of or on the Po

Padanus
Padānus
adjective

Padanus
Padānus
adjective
of or belonging to the Po

Padus
Padus
noun
the Po

padus
padus
noun
pitch-pines

Padusa
Padūsa
noun
a canal running from the Po to Ravenna

Paean
Paean
noun
An appellation of Apollo

paean
paean
noun
a metrical foot of four syllables

paeanites
paeānītes
noun
a precious stone

Paeanitis
Paeānītis
noun
a precious stone

Paeantiades
Paeantiadēs
noun
the son of Paeas

Paeantiades, Paeantius, Paeas
Paeantiades, Paeantius, Paeas
expression

paeantis
paeantis
noun
a precious stone

Paeantius
Paeantius
adjective
of or belonging to Paeas

Paeas
Paeas
adjective
the father of Philoctetes

paedagoga
paedagōga
noun
a governess

paedagogatus
paedagōgātus
noun
education

paedagogianus
paedagōgiānus
adjective
of or belonging to the

paedagogium
paedagōgīum
noun
the place where boys of servile birth intended for pages were educated

paedagogo
paedagōgō
verb
to educate

paedagogus
paedagōgus
noun
a slave who took the children to school and had the charge of them at home

paederos
paederos
noun
A precious stone

Paedia
Paedīa
noun
a doctrine

paedicator
paedīcātor
noun
one given to unnatural vice

paedico
paedīcō
noun
one who practises unnatural vice

paedico
paedīcō
verb
to practise unnatural vice

paedidus
paedidus
adjective
nasty

paedor
paedor
noun
nastiness

paegniarius
paegniārius
adjective
of or belonging to play

Paegnium
Paegnium
noun
a Roman slave-name

paelex
paelex
noun
a kept mistress

paelicatus
paelicātus
noun
the cohabiting with a kept mistress

Paeligni
Paelignī
adverb

Paelignus
Paelignus
noun
a people of Central Italy

paeminosus
paeminōsus
adjective
full of chinks

paene
paenē
adverb
nearly

paeninsula
paeninsula
noun
a peninsula

paenissime
paenissimē
adverb

paenitendus
paenitendus
adjective
to be repented of

paenitens
paenitens
adjective
repenting

paenitenter
paenitenter
adverb
with regret

paenitentia
paenitentia
noun
repentance

paenitentialis
paenitentiālis
noun
a priest appointed to hear the confession of penitents

paeniteor
paeniteor
verb
to repent

paeniteo
paeniteō
cross-reference
to cause to repent

paenitudo
paenitūdō
noun
repentance

Paenula
Paenula
noun
a Roman surname

paenula
paenula
noun
a woollen outer garment covering the whole body

paenularius
paenulārius
noun
a maker of mantles or mantillas

paenulatus
paenulātus
adjective
wearing the paenula

paenuleus
paenuleus
adjective
of the paenula

paenultima
paenultima
noun
the penultimate syllable

paenultimus
paenultimus
adjective
the last but one

paenuria
paenūria
noun

paenuria
paenūria
noun
want

paeon
paeon
noun
a metrical foot of four syllables

Paeon
Paeōn
noun
a Paeonian

Paeonia
Paeonia
noun
the country of the Paeonians

paeonia
paeōnia
noun
the peony

paeonicus
paeōnicus
adjective
of or belonging to the foot paeon

Paeonis
Paeonis
noun
a people of Macedonia

Paeonis
Paeonis
noun
a female Paeonian

Paeonis
Paeonis
noun

Paeonius
Paeonius
adjective
of or belonging to Paeonia

Paeonius
Paeonius
adjective

Paeonius
Paeōnius
adjective
of or belonging to the god of medicine

Paestanus
Paestānus
noun
the Paestans

Paestanus
Paestānus
adjective
of or belonging to Paestum

Paestum
Paestum
noun
a city of Lucania

paetulus
paetulus
adjective
having a slight cast in the eye

Paetus
Paetus
noun
a surname

paetus
paetus
adjective
having leering eyes

Paga
Paga
noun
a city in Megaris

Pagaeus
Pagaeus
noun
the people of Pagae

Paganale
Pāgānāle
noun
the festival of the

paganicus
pāgānicus
adjective
of or belonging to the country

paganismus
pāgānismus
noun
heathenism

paganitas
pāgānitās
noun
heathenism

paganus
pāgānus
noun
a civilian

paganus
pāgānus
adjective
Of or belonging to the country or to a village

paganus
pāgānus
noun
a countryman

Pagasa
Pagasa
noun
a maritime town of Thessaly

Pagasa
Pagasa
noun
a maritime town of Thessaly

Pagasaeus
Pagasaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Pagasa

Pagaseius
Pagasēius
adjective
Pagasaean

Pagasicus
Pagasicus
adjective
Pagasaean

pagatim
pāgātim
adverb
by districts or villages

pageiei
pāgeieī
adverb

pagella
pāgella
noun
a little page

pager
pager
noun
a fish

pager
pager
noun
a fish

pages
pāges
cross-reference

Pagida
Pagida
noun
A river in Africa

Pagidas
Pagidās
noun
A river in Africa

pagina
pāgina
noun
a written page or leaf

paginalis
pāginālis
adjective
of or belonging to a page

paginatus
pāginātus
adjective
joined together

paginula
pāginula
noun
a little page

pagmentum
pagmentum
noun
that is joined together

pago
pagō
verb
to fasten

pago
pagō
verb

pagrus
pagrus
noun
a fish

pagur
pagur
noun
a fish

pagurus
pagūrus
noun
a kind of crab-fish

pagus
pāgus
noun
a district

pala
pāla
noun
a spade

palabundus
pālābundus
adjective
wandering about

palacrana
palacrāna
noun
an ingot of gold

palacurna
palacurna
noun
an ingot of gold

Palaemon
Palaemōn
noun
A sea-god

Palaemonius
Palaemonius
adjective
of or belonging to the seagod Palaemon

Palaeno
Palaenō
noun
one of the Danaides

Palaepharsalus
Palaepharsālus
noun
Old Pharsalus

Palaephatius
Palaephatius
adjective
of or belonging to Palaephatus

Palaepolitanus
Palaepolītānus
noun
the inhabitants of Palaepolis

Palaepolitanus
Palaepolītānus
adjective
of or belonging to the Campanian city Palaepolis

Palaeste
Palaestē
noun
a seaport in Epirus

palaestes
palaestēs
noun
a wrestler

Palaestina
Palaestīna
noun
the country of Palestine

Palaestine
Palaestīnē
noun
the country of Palestine

Palaestinensis
Palaestīnensis
adjective
Palestinian

Palaestinus
Palaestīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Palestine

Palaestinus
Palaestīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Palaeste

Palaestinus
Palaestīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Palestine

palaestra
palaestra
noun
a wrestling-school

palaestrica
palaestrica
noun
the art of wrestling

palaestrice
palaestricē
adverb
after the manner of the palaestra

palaestricos
palaestricōs
cross-reference

palaestricus
palaestricus
adjective
of or belonging to the palaestra

palaestricus
palaestricus
noun
a teacher of the art of wrestling

palaestrita
palaestrīta
noun
the director of a wrestling-school

palaga
palaga
noun
an ingot of gold

palam
palam
adverb
openly

Palamedes
Palamēdēs
noun
son of Nauplius

Palamedeus
Palamēdēus
adjective
Palamedean

Palamediacus
Palamēdiacus
adjective
Palamedic

Palamedicus
Palamēdicus
adjective
Palamedic

palancarius
palancārius
cross-reference

palanga
palanga
noun
a pole to carry burdens on

palangae
palangaē
adverb

palangarius
palangārius
cross-reference

palangarius
palangārius
noun
one who carries burdens with the aid of a long pole

palango
palangō
verb
to carry away on a pole

Palantieis
Palantieis
noun
the immigrants who accompanied Evander

Palanto
Palantō
noun
the wife of Latinus

palara
palāra
noun
a bird

palare
pālāre
noun
the exercise of tilting against a stake

palaris
pālāris
adjective
of or belonging to pales or stakes

palasea
palāsea
noun
the tailpiece or buttock

palatha
palatha
noun
dried fruit

Palatinus
Palātīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Palatium

Palatinus
Palātīnus
noun
the people of the Palatine Mount

Palatinus
Pālātīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Palatium

Palatinus
Palātīnus
adjective

Palatinus
Palātīnus
noun
an officer of the palace

palatio
pālātiō
noun
a driving in of pales or stakes

Palatium
Pālātium
noun
a palace

Palatium
Palātium
noun
a palace

palatium
palātium
noun
a palace

Palatua
Palātua
noun
the tutelary goddess of the Palatine

Palatualis
Palātuālis
adjective
of or belonging to Palatua

Palatuar
Palātuar
noun
an offering made at Rome on the Palatine

palatum
palātum
noun
the palate

palatus
palātus
noun
the palate

pale
palē
noun
a wrestling

palea
palea
noun
chaff

palealis
paleālis
adjective
of or belonging to chaff

palear
palear
noun
the skin that hangs down from the neck of an ox

palearis
paleāris
adjective
of or belonging to chaff

palearium
paleārium
noun
a chaff-loft

paleatus
paleātus
adjective
mixed with chaff

Pales
Palēs
noun
the tutelary deity of shepherds and cattle

Palestina
Palestīna
noun
the country of Palestine

Palestinus
Palestīnus
cross-reference

Palica
Palīca
noun
a town in Sicily

Palicanus
Palīcānus
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Lollia

Palici
Palīcī
adverb

Palicus
Palīcus
noun
the sons of Jupiter and the nymph Thalia or Aetna

Palicus
Palīcus
noun
the sons of Jupiter and the nymph Thalia or Aetna

Palicus
Palīcus
noun
the Palicans

Palikanus
Palīkānus
noun
a Roman surname in the gens Lollia

Palilicius
Palīlīcius
adjective
of or belonging to the Palilia

Palilis
Palīlis
adjective
of or belonging to Pales

palilogia
palilogia
noun
the emphatic repetition of a word or idea

Palils
Palīls
noun

palimbacchius
palimbacchīus
noun
an antibacchic

palimpissa
palimpissa
noun
pitch boiled twice

palimpsestus
palimpsestus
noun
a parchment from which the old writing has been erased for the purpose of writing upon it again

palinodia
palinōdia
noun
the repetition of a song

Palinurus
Palinūrus
noun
the pilot of Aeneas

palitans
pālitans
adjective
wandering about

paliuraeus
paliūraeus
adjective
covered with Christ's-thorn

paliurus
paliūrus
noun
a plant

palla
palla
noun
a long and wide upper garment of the Roman ladies

pallaca
pallaca
noun
a concubine

pallacana
pallacāna
noun
a kind of onion

Palladium
Palladium
noun

Palladium
Palladium
noun
the image or statue of Pallas

Palladius
Palladius
adjective

Palladius
Palladius
noun
a Roman surname

Palladius
Palladius
adjective
of or belonging to Pallas

Pallanteum
Pallantēum
noun
A city in Arcadia

Pallanteus
Pallantēus
adjective
of or belonging to Pallas

Pallantias
Pallantias
noun
Aurora

Pallantis
Pallantis
noun
Aurora

Pallantius
Pallantius
adjective
of or belonging to Pallas

pallaris
pallāris
adjective
of or belonging to the

Pallas
Pallas
noun
Surname of the Greek goddess Athene

Pallas
Pallas
adjective
the name of several mythic and historical personages

Pallatinus
Pallātīnus
cross-reference

Pallatinus
Pallātīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Palatium

Pallatium
Pallātium
noun
a palace

Pallenaeus
Pallēnaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Pallene

Pallene
Pallēnē
noun
a peninsula and town of Macedonia

Pallenensis
Pallēnensis
adjective
Pallenian

pallens
pallens
adjective
pale

pallens
pallens
adjective

palleo
palleō
verb
to be or look pale

pallesco
pallescō
verb
to grow or turn pale

palliastrum
palliastrum
noun
a ragged

palliatus
palliātus
adjective
dressed in a

pallidulus
pallidulus
adjective
palish

pallidus
pallidus
adjective
pale

palliolatim
palliolātim
adverb
dressed in a mantle

palliolatus
palliolātus
adjective
covered with a cloak-cape or hood

palliolum
palliolum
noun
a small Greek mantle or cloak

pallium
pallium
noun
a covering

Pallor
Pallor
noun
the god of fear

pallor
pallor
noun
pale color

pallula
pallula
noun
a little cloak or mantle

palma
palma
noun
the palm

palma
palma
noun

palma
palma
noun
a small

palmaris
palmāris
adjective
A hand's-breadth

palmarium
palmārium
noun
That which deserves the prize

palmarius
palmārius
adjective
of or belonging to palms

palmata
palmāta
noun

palmatias
palmatiās
noun
a slight earthquake

palmatus
palmātus
adjective
Marked with the palm of a hand

palmatus
palmātus
adjective

palmensis
palmensis
adjective
made from palms

palmes
palmes
noun
a young branch or shoot of a vine

palmetum
palmētum
noun
a palmgrove

palmeus
palmeus
adjective
A hand'sbreadth

palmiceus
palmiceus
adjective
of or made of palms

palmicius
palmicius
adjective
of or made of palms

palmifer
palmifer
adjective
palm-bearing

palmiger
palmiger
adjective
palm-bearing

palmipedalis
palmipedālis
adjective
a foot and a palm in height

palmipes
palmipes
adjective
a foot and a palm high

palmipes
palmipes
adjective
broad-footed

palmiprimus
palmiprīmus
cross-reference

Palmira
Palmīra
noun

Palmira
Palmīra
noun
a city of Syria

Palmirenus
Palmīrēnus
adjective
of Palmyra

palmo
palmō
verb
To make the print or mark of the palm of one's hand

palmopes
palmopes
adjective

palmosus
palmōsus
adjective
abounding in palm-trees

palmula
palmula
noun
the palm of the hand

palmularis
palmulāris
adjective
of or with the palm of the hand

palmus
palmus
noun
the palm

Palmyra
Palmȳra
noun
a city of Syria

Palmyrena
Palmȳrēna
noun
the country around Palmyra

Palmyrenus
Palmȳrēnus
noun
the country around Palmyra

Palmyrenus
Palmȳrēnus
adjective
of Palmyra

palo
pālō
verb
to support with pales

palo
pālō
verb

palor
pālor
verb
to wander up and down

palor
pālor
verb
to wander up and down

palpabilis
palpābilis
adjective
that can be touched

palpamen
palpāmen
noun
a stroking

palpamentum
palpāmentum
noun
a stroking

palpatio
palpātiō
noun
A stroking

palpator
palpātor
noun
a stroker

palpebra
palpebra
noun
an eyelid

palpebra
palpēbra
noun
an eyelid

palpebralis
palpēbrālis
adjective
of or on the eyelids

palpebralis
palpebrālis
adjective
of or on the eyelids

palpebraris
palpebrāris
adjective
of or for the eyelids

palpebraris
palpēbrāris
adjective
of or for the eyelids

palpebratio
palpebrātiō
noun
a blinking

palpebratio
palpēbrātiō
noun
a blinking

palpebro
palpēbrō
verb
to wink frequently

palpebro
palpebrō
verb
to wink frequently

palpebrum
palpebrum
noun
an eyelid

palpebrum
palpēbrum
noun
an eyelid

palpitatio
palpitātiō
noun
a frequent and rapid motion

palpitatus
palpitātus
noun
a frequent and rapid motion

palpito
palpitō
verb
to move frequently and quickly

palpo
palpō
noun
a flatterer

palpor
palpor
verb
to stroke

palpor
palpor
verb
to stroke

palpus
palpus
noun
the soft palm of the hand

Paltos
Paltos
noun
a city in Syria

Paltus
Paltus
noun
a city in Syria

Paluda
Palūda
noun
an epithet of Minerva

paludamentum
palūdāmentum
noun
a military cloak

paludatus
palūdātus
adjective
dressed in a military cloak

paludester
palūdester
adjective
marshy

paludicola
palūdicola
noun
a dweller in fens or marshes

paludifer
palūdifer
adjective
marsh-making

paludigena
palūdigena
noun
marsh-born

paludivagus
palūdivagus
adjective
wandering about or among morasses

paludosus
palūdōsus
adjective
fenny

palum
pālum
noun
a stake

palumba
palumba
noun
a woodpigeon

palumbarius
palumbārius
noun
a kind of hawk which attacks doves

palumbes
palumbēs
noun
a woodpigeon

Palumbinum
Palumbīnum
noun
a town of the Samnites

palumbinus
palumbīnus
adjective
of wood-pigeons

palumbis
palumbis
noun
a woodpigeon

palumbulus
palumbulus
noun
little wood-pigeon

palumbus
palumbus
noun
a woodpigeon

palus
palūs
noun
a swamp

palus
pālus
noun
a stake

palusca
palusca
noun
a kind of fig

paluster
paluster
noun
swampy places

paluster
paluster
adjective
fenny

Pamisus
Pamīsus
noun
A river in Messenia

pammacharius
pammachārius
noun
the victor in the pammachum

pammachium
pammachium
noun
an athletic contest

pammachum
pammachum
noun
an athletic contest

Pammenes
Pammenēs
noun
a Greek rhetorician

Pammenium
Pammenium
noun
of or belonging to Pammenes

Pamphagus
Pamphagus
noun
the name of a dog

Pamphilus
Pamphilus
noun
a Greek proper name

Pamphylia
Pamphȳlia
noun
a country on the sea-coast of Asia Minor

Pamphylius
Pamphȳlius
noun
the Pamphylians

Pamphylius
Pamphȳlius
adjective
Pamphylian

pampinaceus
pampināceus
adjective

pampinarium
pampinārium
noun
a tendril-branch

pampinarius
pampinārius
adjective
of or belonging to tendrils

pampinatio
pampinātiō
noun
a breaking off of superfluous tendrils and leaves of vines

pampinator
pampinātor
noun
one who plucks or lops off the superfluous tendrils and leaves of vines

pampinatus
pampinātus
adjective
having tendrils and leaves

pampinatus
pampinātus
adjective

pampineus
pampineus
adjective
full of tendrils or vine-leaves

pampino
pampinō
verb
to pluck or lop off the superfluous tendrils

pampinosus
pampinōsus
adjective
full of foliage

pampinus
pampinus
noun
a tendril or young shoot of a vine

Pan
Pān
noun
Pan

panaca
panaca
cross-reference
a kind of drinking-vessel

panacea
panacēa
noun
An herb to which was ascribed the power of healing all diseases

Panacea
Panacēa
noun
one of the four daughters of Aesculapius

Panacea
Panacēa
noun
a city in Crete

panaces
panaces
noun
An herb to which was ascribed the power of healing all diseases

panacinus
panacinus
adjective
made of the panacea

Panaenus
Panaenus
noun
a famous painter

Panaetius
Panaetius
noun
a celebrated Stoic

Panaetolicus
Panaetōlicus
adjective
of or belonging to the whole of Aetolia

Panaetolium
Panaetōlium
noun
the council of the whole of Aetolia

panaricium
panāricium
noun
a disease of the finger-nails

panariolum
pānāriolum
noun
a small bread-basket

panarium
pānārium
noun
a bread-basket

panarius
pānārius
noun
a bread-seller

panathenaicon
panathēnāicon
noun
an ointment made in Athens

Panathenaicus
Panathēnāicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Panathenaea

Panathenaicus
Panathēnāicus
noun
a holiday oration of Isocrates pronounced at the Panathenaea

panax
panax
noun
An herb to which was ascribed the power of healing all diseases

panax
panax
noun

pancarpineus
pancarpineus
adjective
composed of all kinds of fruits

pancarpius
pancarpius
adjective
consisting or composed of all kinds of fruits

pancarpus
pancarpus
adjective
consisting or composed of all kinds of fruits

Panchaeus
Panchaeus
adjective
Panchaean

Panchaeus
Panchaeus
noun
the inhabitants of Panchaia

Panchaeus
Panchaeus
cross-reference

Panchaia
Panchāia
noun
a fabulous island in the Erythraean Sea

Panchaicus
Panchāicus
adjective
Panchaean

Panchaius
Panchāius
adjective
Panchaean

panchrestarius
panchrestārius
noun
a confectioner

panchrestus
panchrestus
adjective
good or useful for every thing

panchristus
panchristus
adjective
good or useful for every thing

panchromos
panchrōmos
noun
a plant

panchrus
panchrus
noun
a variegated precious stone

Panchrysos
Panchrȳsos
adjective
all golden

pancratias
pancratiās
noun
a pancratiast

pancratiastes
pancratiastēs
noun
a combatant in the

pancratice
pancraticē
adverb
after the manner of the pancratiasts

pancration
pancration
noun
A complete combat

pancratium
pancratium
noun
A complete combat

pancratius
pancratius
adjective
Pancratian

Panda
Panda
noun
a Scythian river

Panda
Panda
noun
a people of India

Panda
Panda
noun
a Roman goddess

Pandaeus
Pandaeus
adjective
of the Pandae

Pandana
Pandāna
noun
one of the oldest gates of Rome

Pandarus
Pandarus
noun
A leader of the Lycians

Pandataria
Pandātāria
noun
a small island in the Tyrrhenian Sea

Pandatarieria
Pandātāriēria
noun
a small island in the Tyrrhenian Sea

Pandatarioria
Pandātāriōria
noun
a small island in the Tyrrhenian Sea

pandatio
pandātiō
noun
a warping

pandecta
pandecta
noun
a book that contains every thing

Pandecta
Pandecta
noun
the title of the collection of Roman laws made by order of Justinian from the writings of Roman jurists

pandecter
pandecter
noun
the title of the fourth book of the work of Apicius

pandectes
pandectēs
noun
a book that contains every thing

pandemus
pandēmus
adjective
affecting all the people

pandicularis
pandiculāris
cross-reference

pandiculor
pandiculor
verb
to stretch one's self

Pandion
Pandīōn
noun
A king of Athens

Pandionius
Pandīonius
adjective
Pandionian

pando
pandō
verb
to bend

pando
pandō
verb
to spread out

Pandora
Pandōra
noun
the first woman

pandorius
pandōrius
noun

Pandosia
Pandōsia
noun
A city in Epirus

Pandrosos
Pandrosos
noun
daughter of Cecrops and sister of Aglauros and Herse

pandura
pandūra
noun
a musical instrument of three strings

pandurium
pandūrium
noun
a musical instrument of three strings

pandurius
pandūrius
noun

pandurizo
pandūrizō
verb
to play the

pandus
pandus
adjective
bent

Pandus
Pandus
noun
a Roman surname

pane
pāne
noun
bread

paneficium
pāneficium
noun
the making of bread

panegyricus
panēgyricus
noun
a eulogy

panegyricus
panēgyricus
adjective
of or belonging to a public assembly or festival

panegyricus
panēgyricus
noun
the festival oration of Isocrates

panegyrista
panēgyrista
noun
a eulogist

panerastos
panerastos
noun
a precious stone

paneros
paneros
noun
a precious stone

Paneros
Paneros
cross-reference
a Roman surname

Pangaeum
Pangaeum
noun
a mountain of Thrace

Pangaeus
Pangaeus
adjective
Pangaean

Pangaeus
Pangaeus
noun
a mountain of Thrace

pango
pangō
verb
to fasten

pangonius
pangōnius
noun
a precious stone

pangonus
pangōnus
noun
a precious stone

Panhormitanus
Panhormitānus
cross-reference

Panhormus
Panhormus
cross-reference

Panhrmitanus
Panhrmitānus
adjective

Panhrmitanus
Panhrmitānus
adjective
Panormitan

Panhrmus
Panhrmus
noun
the name of several cities

Panhrmus
Panhrmus
noun
the name of several cities

panicellus
pānicellus
noun
a little loaf

Paniceus
Pāniceus
noun
an inhabitant of Breadville

paniceus
pāniceus
adjective
made of bread

panicium
pānicium
noun
Any thing baked

panicoctarius
pānicoctārius
adjective
bread-making

panicula
pānicula
noun
a tuft

paniculus
pāniculus
noun
a tuft

paniculus
pāniculus
noun

panicum
pānicum
noun
Italian panic-grass

panifex
pānifex
noun
a breadmaker

panifica
pānifica
noun
a female baker

panificium
pānificium
noun
the making of bread

panion
pānīon
noun
a plant

Panionium
Paniōnium
noun

Panionius
Paniōnius
adjective
of or belonging to all Ionia

panis
pānis
noun
bread

Paniscus
Pāniscus
noun
A little Pan

pannarium
pannārium
noun
a bread-basket

pannarium
pannārium
noun
presents of cloth

pannarius
pannārius
adjective
of

panneus
panneus
adjective
ragged

pannicula
pannicula
cross-reference

pannicularium
panniculārium
noun
rags

pannicularius
panniculārius
adjective
of or belonging to rags or tatters

panniculus
panniculus
noun

panniculus
panniculus
noun
a small piece of cloth

Panniculus
Panniculus
noun
the name of a mime

Pannonia
Pannonia
noun
a country lying between Dacia

Pannoniacus
Pannoniacus
adjective
Pannonian

Pannonicus
Pannonicus
adjective
Pannonian

Pannonis
Pannonis
noun
Pannonian

Pannonius
Pannonius
noun
a Pannonian

Pannonius
Pannonius
adjective

pannositas
pannōsitās
noun
raggedness

pannosus
pannōsus
adjective
full of rags

pannuceatus
pannūceātus
adjective
ragged

pannuceum
pannūceum
noun
rags

pannuceus
pannūceus
adjective
ragged

pannucius
pannūcius
adjective
ragged

pannulus
pannulus
noun
a small piece of cloth

pannulus
pannulus
noun
rags

pannum
pannum
noun
a cloth

pannuncularium
pannunculārium
noun

pannunculus
pannunculus
noun

pannus
pannus
noun
a cloth

pannuvellium
pannuvellium
noun
the wound-up yarn of the woof

pannychismus
pannychismus
noun
a watching all night long

pannychius
pannychius
adjective
that lasts all night

Panomphaeus
Panomphaeus
noun
an epithet of Jupiter

Panope
Panopē
noun
a town in the south of Phocis

Panope
Panopē
noun
a sea-nymph

Panopea
Panopēa
noun
a sea-nymph

Panopion
Panōpion
noun
a Roman surname

Panormitanus
Panormitānus
adjective

Panormitanus
Panormitānus
adjective
Panormitan

Panormum
Panormum
noun
the name of several cities

Panormus
Panormus
noun
the name of several cities

panosus
pānōsus
adjective
like bread

pansa
pansa
noun
broad-footed

Pansa
Pansa
noun
a Roman surname

pansebastus
pansebastus
noun
a Roman surname

pansus
pansus
adjective

pansus
pansus
adjective
spread out

pantagathus
pantagathus
noun
A bird of good omen

Pantagia
Pantagia
noun
a small river in the eastern part of Sicily

Pantagias
Pantagiās
noun
a small river in the eastern part of Sicily

Pantagies
Pantagiēs
noun
a small river in the eastern part of Sicily

Pantaleon
Pantaleōn
noun
a Greek proper name

Pantarces
Pantarcēs
noun
a surname of Jupiter

pantelium
pantelīum
noun
a surname of Jupiter

pantex
pantex
noun
the paunch

Pantheon
Panthēon
noun
the great temple of Jupiter

Pantheon
Pantheon
noun
the great temple of Jupiter

panther
panther
adjective

panther
panther
noun
a hunting-net

panther
panther
noun
a panther

panthera
panthēra
noun
a panther

panthera
panthēra
noun
an entire capture

pantherinus
panthērīnus
adjective
of a panther or panthers

Pantheum
Pantheum
noun

Pantheum
Pantheum
noun
the great temple of Jupiter

Pantheum
Panthēum
noun
the great temple of Jupiter

Panthius
Panthius
noun
one of the fifty sons of Aegyptus

Panthoides
Panthoidēs
noun
the son of Panthous

Panthous
Panthous
noun
the nephew of Hecuba and father of Euphorbus

Panthus
Panthūs
noun
the nephew of Hecuba and father of Euphorbus

Pantica
Pantica
noun

Panticapeum
Panticapēum
noun
a town on the Cimmerian Bosporus

panticis
panticis
noun

panticis
panticis
noun
the paunch

Pantolabus
Pantolabus
noun
the name of a parasite

pantomima
pantomīma
noun
a female ballet-dancer

pantomimicus
pantomīmicus
adjective
of or belonging to pantomimes

pantomimus
pantomīmus
noun
a ballet-dancer

panucla
pānucla
noun

panucla
pānucla
noun
a tuft

panucula
pānucula
noun
a tuft

panuncula
pānuncula
noun
the thread wound upon the bobbin

panus
pānus
noun
the thread wound upon the bobbin

Panyasis
Panyasis
cross-reference
a Grecian poet

Papa
Papa
cross-reference
a Roman surname

papa
pāpa
noun
the word with which infants call for food

papa
pāpa
noun
a father

papae
papae
interjection
odds bodkins! wonderful! strange!

papae
papae
interjection
wonderful! how strange! indeed!

paparium
pāpārium
noun
pap

papas
papas
noun
a governor

papaver
papāver
noun
the poppy

papaveratus
papāverātus
adjective
made shining or white with poppies

papaverculum
papāverculum
noun
a plant

papavereus
papāvereus
adjective
of poppies

Paphiacus
Paphiacus
adjective

Paphiacus
Paphiacus
adjective
Paphian

Paphie
Paphiē
noun
the Paphian

Paphie
Paphiē
adjective

Paphius
Paphius
noun
the inhabitants of Paphos

Paphius
Paphius
adjective
Paphian

Paphius
Paphius
adjective

Paphlago
Paphlagō
noun
a Paphlagonian

Paphlagon
Paphlagon
noun
a Paphlagonian

Paphlagonia
Paphlagonia
noun
the province of Paphlagonia

Paphlagonius
Paphlagonius
adjective
Paphlagonian

Paphos
Paphos
noun
a city on the island of Cyprus

Paphos
Paphos
noun
son of Pygmalion

Paphus
Paphus
noun
son of Pygmalion

Paphus
Paphus
noun
a city on the island of Cyprus

Papia lex
Pāpia lex
expression

papilio
pāpiliō
noun
a butterfly

papiliunculus
pāpiliunculus
noun
a little butlerfly

papilla
papilla
noun
a nipple

papillatus
papillātus
adjective
shaped like a bud

Papilus
Pāpilus
noun
a Roman surname

Papinianista
Pāpiniānista
noun
a follower or admirer of Papinian

Papinianus
Pāpiniānus
noun
a celebrated Roman jurist under Septimius Severus

Papinus
Papīnus
noun
a mountain in Cisalpine Gaul

Papirianus
Papīriānus
adjective
Papirian

Papirius
Papīrius
adjective
of or belonging to a Papirius

Papirius
Papīrius
noun
the name of a patrician and plebeian gens

Papisius
Papīsius
noun
the name of a patrician and plebeian gens

Papius
Pāpius
adjective
of or belonging to the gens

Papius
Pāpius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

papo
papō
cross-reference

papo
papō
verb
to eat pap

pappa
pappa
cross-reference

pappa
pappa
noun
the word with which infants call for food

pappas
pappas
noun
a governor

pappo
pappō
verb
to eat pap

pappus
pappus
noun
An old man

papula
papula
noun
a pustule

papulo
papulō
verb
to produce

papyraceus
papȳrāceus
adjective
made of papyrus

papyrifer
papȳrifer
adjective
papyrus-bearing

papyrinus
papȳrinus
adjective
of or belonging to the papyrus plant

papyrio
papȳriō
noun
a place where papyrus grows abundantly

papyrius
papȳrius
adjective
of papyrus

papyrum
papȳrum
noun
the paper-reed

papyrus
papȳrus
noun
the paper-reed

par
pār
adjective
equal

par
pār
noun
a pair

parabilis
parābilis
adjective
easily procured

parabola
parabola
noun
a comparison

parabolanus
parabolānus
noun
a sick-nurse

parabole
parabolē
noun
a comparison

parabolice
parabolicē
adverb
metaphorically

parabolus
parabolus
noun
a reckless fellow

paracenterium
paracentērium
noun
a surgical instrument for making a perforation

paracentesis
paracentēsis
noun
a perforation

paracharactes
paracharactēs
noun
a counterfeiter of coin

paracharaximus
paracharaximus
adjective
counterfeit

Parachelois
Parachelōis
noun
a city in Thessaly

paracletus
parāclētus
noun
An advocate

paracletus
paraclētus
noun
An advocate

paraclitus
parāclītus
noun
An advocate

paraclitus
paraclītus
noun
An advocate

paracynanche
paracynanchē
noun
an inflammation of one side of the throat

parada
parada
noun
a cover or an awning

paradiastole
paradiastolē
noun
a figure of speech

paradigma
paradigma
noun
an example

paradisiacus
paradīsiacus
adjective
of or belonging to Paradise

paradisicola
paradīsicola
noun
a dweller in Paradise

paradisus
paradīsus
noun
a park

paradoxon
paradoxon
noun
A figure of speech

paradoxum
paradoxum
noun
A figure of speech

paradoxum
paradoxum
noun
the apparently contradictory doctrines of the Stoics

paradoxus
paradoxus
adjective
marvellous

paraenesis
paraenesis
noun
an exhortation

Paraetaca
Paraetaca
noun
the Paraetacenes

Paraetacene
Paraetacēnē
noun
a district of Persia

Paraetaceni
Paraetacēnī
noun
the Paraetacenes

paraetonium
paraetonium
noun
a certain white and pure chalk found near Paraetonium

Paraetonium
Paraetonium
noun
a seaport town in Northern Africa

Paraetonius
Paraetonius
adjective
Paraetonian

paragauda
paragauda
noun
a border

paragaudis
paragaudis
noun
a border

paragoge
paragōgē
noun
a lengthening of a word

paragogium
paragōgium
noun
aqueducts

paragramma
paragramma
noun
an error in writing

paralios
paralios
adjective
that grows by the seaside

Paralipomenum
Paralīpomenum
noun
the books of the Chronicles in the Bible

paralius
paralius
adjective
that grows by the seaside

parallelogrammus
parallēlogrammus
adjective
consisting of parallel lines

parallelonius
parallēlōnius
adjective
parallel

parallelos
parallēlos
adjective
paraliel

parallelus
parallēlus
adjective
paraliel

Paralus
Paralus
noun
an Athenian hero whose portrait was painted by Protogenes

paralysis
paralysis
noun
palsy

paralyticus
paralyticus
adjective
struck with palsy

paralyticus
paralyticus
noun
a paralytic

paramese
paramesē
noun
the string next to the middle

paranarrhinon
paranarrhīnon
noun

paranete
paranētē
noun
the last string but one

parangaria
parangaria
noun
a service over and above that which one is bound to render

parangarius
parangarius
adjective
that is done besides the service to which one is bound

paranympha
paranympha
noun
a bridesmaid

paranymphus
paranymphus
noun
a bridesman

parapaestus
parapaestus
noun
a foot in poetry

Parapamisada
Parapamīsada
noun
the inhabitants of that mountain

Parapamisii
Parapamīsii
adverb
A river in Northern Asia

Parapamisus
Parapamīsus
cross-reference

Parapamisus
Parapamīsus
noun
A high mountain beyond the Caspian Sea

parapegma
parapegma
noun
a table of astronomical calculations

parapetasius
parapetasius
adjective
covering

parapeteuma
parapeteuma
noun
a ticket for which corn was received

paraphernum
paraphernum
noun
the separate possessions of a married woman

paraphoros
paraphoros
adjective
bad

paraphrasis
paraphrasis
noun
a paraphrase

paraphrastes
paraphrastēs
noun
one that paraphrases

parapienos
parapīēnos
noun
a foot in poetry

Parapotamia
Parapotamia
noun
a district near the Tigris

parapsis
parapsis
noun
a large square dish for the dessert

pararius
parārius
adjective
of or belonging to a pair

pararius
parārius
noun
an agent

parasanga
parasanga
noun
a Persian league

parasceve
parascēvē
noun
the day of preparation

parasemum
parasēmum
noun
the ensign or flag of a ship

parasiopesis
parasiōpēsis
noun
a figure of rhetoric

parasita
parasīta
noun
a female parasite

parasitaster
parasītaster
noun
a mean

parasitatio
parasītātiō
noun
a playing the parasite

parasiticus
parasīticus
adjective
parasitic

parasitor
parasītor
verb
to play the parasite

parasitus
parasītus
noun
a guest

parastas
parastās
noun
a four-cornered pillar or column

parastata
parastata
noun
a square pillar or column

parastatica
parastatica
noun
A square pillar or column

parastatica
parastatica
noun
two bones in the knee of a horse

parastaticus
parastaticus
adjective
of or belonging to pilasters

parastichis
parastichis
noun
an acrostic

parasynanche
parasynanchē
noun

parasynaxis
parasynaxis
noun
a secret

paratarius
parātārius
adjective
easily procured

parate
parātē
adverb

parate
parātē
adverb

paratio
parātiō
noun
a preparing

parator
parātor
noun
a preparer

paratragoedo
paratragoedō
verb
to express one's self in a tragic

paratura
parātūra
noun
a preparing

paratus
parātus
noun
a preparing

paratus
parātus
adjective

paratus
parātus
adjective
prepared

paraveredus
paraverēdus
noun
an extra post-horse

parazonium
parazōnium
noun
a dagger

Parca
Parca
noun
one of the goddesses of Fate

parce
parcē
adverb
Sparingly

parciloquium
parciloquium
noun
a speaking sparingly

parcimonia
parcimōnia
noun
sparingness

parcimonia
parcimōnia
noun

parcimonium
parcimōnium
noun

parcimonium
parcimōnium
noun

parcipromus
parcīprōmus
noun
one that gives sparingly

parcipromus
parciprōmus
noun
one that gives sparingly

parcitas
parcitās
noun
sparingness

parciter
parciter
adverb
sparingly

parco
parcō
verb
to act sparingly

parcus
parcus
adjective
sparing

pardalianches
pardalianches
noun
an epithet of a poisonous plant

pardalios
pardalios
noun
a precious stone spotted like a panther

pardalios
pardalīos
noun
a precious stone spotted like a panther

pardalis
pardalis
noun
a female panther

pardalium
pardalium
noun
a kind of ointment that smells like a panther

pardus
pardus
noun
a male panther

pareas
parēās
noun
a kind of snake

parectatus
parectatus
adjective
grown up

paredros
parēdros
noun
that sits by one's side

paredros
paredros
noun
that sits by one's side

paregoria
parēgoria
noun
alleviation

paregoricus
parēgoricus
adjective
alleviating

paregorizo
parēgorizō
verb
to soothe

parelion
parēlion
noun
a mock sun

parens
pārens
adjective
obedient

parens
parens
adjective
a procreator

parens
pārens
adjective
a subject

parens
pārens
adjective

parentale
parentāle
noun
A festival in honor of dead relations

parentalia
parentālia
cross-reference

parentalis
parentālis
adjective
of or belonging to parents

parentatio
parentātiō
noun
funeral obsequies for parents or near relatives

parentela
parentēla
noun
relationship

parentia
parentia
cross-reference

parenticida
parenticīda
noun
a parricide

parento
parentō
verb
to offer a solemn sacrifice in honor of deceased parents or relatives

pareo
pāreō
verb
to come forth

pareoron
parēoron
noun
a plant

parergon
parergon
noun
an extra ornament

Parergon
Parergon
noun
the title of a work by Attius

Parhedrus
Parhedrus
noun
a male proper name

parhippus
parhippus
noun
an extra horse

parhypate
parhypatē
noun
the string next to the uppermost

pariambedes
pariambēdēs
noun
the metrical foot

pariambus
pariambus
noun
A metrical foot consisting of a short and two long syllables

Parianus
Pariānus
adjective
of or belonging to Parium

Parianus
Pariānus
adjective

parias
parīās
noun
a kind of snake

parias
parīās
noun

pariatio
pariātiō
noun
a balancing

pariator
pariātor
noun
a balancer

pariatoria
pariātōria
noun
a balancing

parici
pāricī
cross-reference

paricida
pāricīda
noun
the murderer of his or her father or parents

paricida,cidalis
pāricīda,cīdālis
cross-reference

paricidialis
paricīdiālis
adjective
pertaining to or producing the crime of parricide

paricidium
pāricīdium
cross-reference

pariens
pariens
adjective

parientia
pārientia
noun
obedience

paries
pariēs
noun
a wall

parietalis
parietālis
adjective
of or belonging to walls

parietaria
parietāria
noun
the herb pellitory or parietary

parietarius
parietārius
adjective
of or belonging to walls

parietina
parietina
noun
old fallen-down walls

parietinus
parietinus
adjective
of or belonging to walls

Parilia
Parīlia
noun
the feast of Pales

parilicium
parīlicium
cross-reference

Parilicius
Parīlīcius
adjective
occurring at the time of the Parilia

parilis
parilis
adjective
equal

parilitas
parilitās
noun
equality

pariliter
pariliter
adverb
equally

Parilitius
Parīlitius
adjective

Parils
Parīls
noun

pario
pariō
verb
to bring forth

pario
pariō
verb

pario
pariō
verb
to make equal

Parion
Parion
noun
a city of Mysia

Parion
Parion
cross-reference

Paris
Paris
noun
The son of Priam and Hecuba

Parisiacus
Parīsiacus
adjective
of or belonging to the Parisians

Parisius
Parīsius
noun
a people of Celtic Gaul

parison
parison
noun
an even balance in the members of a sentence

paritas
paritās
noun
equality

pariter
pariter
adverb
equally

parito
paritō
verb
to prepare

paritor
pāritor
noun
a servant

Parium
Parium
noun
a city of Mysia

Parius
Parius
adjective

Parius
Parius
adjective
Parian

Parius
Parius
noun
the inhabitants of Paros

Parma
Parma
noun
the city of Parma

parma
parma
noun
a small

parmatus
parmātus
adjective
armed with the

Parmenides
Parmenidēs
noun
a celebrated Grecian philosopher

Parmenio
Parmeniō
noun
general and adviser of Philip of Macedon and of Alexander the Great

Parmenion
Parmeniōn
noun
general and adviser of Philip of Macedon and of Alexander the Great

Parmensis
Parmensis
noun
the inhabitants of Parma

Parmensis
Parmensis
adjective

Parmensis
Parmensis
adjective
of or belonging to Parma

Parmessis
Parmessis
cross-reference

parmula
parmula
noun
a little

parmularius
parmulārius
noun
An adherent of the party of the

Parnaseus
Parnāsēus
adjective
Parnassian

Parnasis
Parnāsis
noun
Parnassian

Parnasius
Parnāsius
adjective
Parnassian

Parnasos
Parnāsos
noun
a high mountain in Phocis with two peaks

Parnasseus
Parnassēus
adjective
Parnassian

Parnassis
Parnassis
noun
Parnassian

Parnassius
Parnassius
adjective
Parnassian

Parnassus
Parnassus
noun
a high mountain in Phocis with two peaks

Parnasus
Parnāsus
noun
a high mountain in Phocis with two peaks

Parnes
Parnes
noun
a mountain range in Attica

paro
parō
noun
a small

paro
parō
verb
to make or get ready

paro
parō
verb
to make equal

parocha
parocha
noun
a supplying of necessaries

parochensis
parochensis
adjective
parochial

parochia
parochia
noun
an ecclesiastical district

parochus
parochus
noun
a purveyor

parodia
parōdia
noun
a reply retaining nearly the same words or the same turn

paroecia
paroecia
noun
an ecclesiastical district

paroemia
paroemia
noun
a proverb

paronomasia
paronomasia
noun
a figure of speech

paronychia
parōnychia
noun
a whitlow

paronychium
parōnychium
noun
a whitlow

Paropamisada
Paropamīsada
noun
the inhabitants of that mountain

Paropamisii
Paropamīsiī
adverb
A river in Northern Asia

Paropamisus
Paropamīsus
noun
A high mountain beyond the Caspian Sea

Paropanisus
Paropanīsus
noun
A high mountain beyond the Caspian Sea

paropsis
paropsis
noun
a large square dish for the dessert

paroptus
paroptus
adjective
roasted on the outside

Parorea
Parōrēa
noun
a region in Thrace

Paroria
Parōrīa
noun
a region in Thrace

Paros
Paros
noun
one of the Cyclades

parotis
parōtis
noun
a tumor near the ears

Parra
Parra
noun
a Roman surname

parra
parra
noun
the common or barn owl

Parrarrhasia
Parrarrhasia
noun
a town of Arcadia

Parrarrhasius
Parrarrhasius
noun
a celebrated Greek painter

parreo
parreō
verb
to come forth

Parrhasia
Parrhasia
noun
a town of Arcadia

Parrhasis
Parrhasis
noun
Parrhasian

Parrhasius
Parrhasius
adjective

Parrhasius
Parrhasius
adjective
Arcadian

Parrhasius
Parrhasius
noun
a celebrated Greek painter

parrhesiastes
parrhēsiastēs
noun
a free-speaker

parricida
parricīda
noun
the murderer of his or her father or parents

parricidalis
parricīdālis
adjective
pertaining to or producing the crime of parricide

parricidatus
parricīdātus
adjective
parricide

parricidialis
parricīdiālis
adjective
pertaining to or producing the crime of parricide

parricidialiter
parricīdiāliter
adverb
murderously

parricidium
parricīdium
noun
the murder of one's father or parents

pars
pars
noun
a part

Parsagadum
Parsagadum
noun
a citadei in Persis

parsimonia
parsimōnia
noun
sparingness

parsimonium
parsimōnium
noun

Parstrymonia
Parstrȳmonia
noun
a tract of country on the Strymon

Parthaon
Parthāōn
noun
son of Agenor and Epicaste

Parthaonides
Parthāonidēs
noun
a descendant of Parthaon

Parthaonius
Parthāonius
adjective
Parthaonian

Parthenia
Parthenia
noun
another name for the isle of Samos

Parthenia
Parthenia
noun
a name given to the colonists of illegitimate birth who emigrated with Phalantus from Sparta and founded

Parthenianus
Partheniānus
adjective

Parthenianus
Partheniānus
adjective

Parthenias
Partheniās
noun
An epithet of Virgil

parthenice
parthenicē
noun
a plant

parthenicon
parthenicon
noun
a plant

parthenis
parthenis
noun
a plant

parthenium
parthenium
noun
the name of several plants

Parthenius
Parthenius
noun
A mountain in Arcadia

Parthenon
Parthenon
noun
the celebrated temple of Athene on the Acropolis of Athens

Parthenopaeus
Parthenopaeus
noun
the son of Meleager and Atalante

Parthenope
Parthenopē
noun
one of the Sirens

Parthenopeius
Parthenopēius
adjective
of or belonging to Parthenope

Parthenopolis
Parthenopolis
noun
a city in Lower Maesia

Parthenus
Parthēnus
noun
a people of Illyria

Parthenus
Parthēnus
noun
a city in Illyria

Parthia
Parthia
noun
the country of the Parthians

Parthicarius
Parthicārius
adjective
of or belonging to Parthian peltry or wares

Parthicus
Parthicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Parthians

Parthiene
Parthiēnē
noun
the

Parthienus
Parthiēnus
noun
another name for

Parthinus
Parthīnus
noun
a people of Illyria

Parthinus
Parthīnus
cross-reference

Parthinus
Parthīnus
noun
a city in Illyria

Parthinus
Parthīnus
noun
An appellation of

Parthus
Parthus
noun
a city in Illyria

Parthus
Parthus
adjective
of or belonging to the Parthians

Parthus
Parthus
adjective

Parthus
Parthus
noun
the Parthians

Parthus
Parthus
noun
a Parthian

partialiter
partiāliter
adverb
partly

Partianus
Partiānus
adjective

partiarius
partiārius
noun
a sharer

partiarius
partiārius
adjective
that shares with another

partiatim
partiātim
adverb
in different parts or places

partibilis
partibilis
adjective
divisible

particeps
particeps
adjective
sharing

participalis
participālis
adjective
sharing

participatio
participātiō
noun
a sharing

participator
participātor
noun
a participator

participatum
participātum
noun

participatum
participātum
noun
a participle

participatus
participātus
noun
a sharing

participialis
participiālis
adjective
of the nature of a participle

participialiter
participiāliter
adverb
in the manner of a participle

participium
participium
noun
a sharing

participo
participō
verb
to share

participor
participor
verb
to share

particula
particula
noun
a small part

particularis
particulāris
adjective
of or concerning a part

particulariter
particulāriter
adverb
particularly

particulatim
particulātim
adverb
part after part

particulatio
particulātiō
noun
a dividing into small parts or pieces

particulo
particulō
noun
a sharer

partilis
partilis
adjective
divisible

partiliter
partiliter
adverb
partially

partim
partim
adverb
partly

partior
partior
verb
to share

partio
partiō
cross-reference

partio
partiō
noun
a bearing

partior
partior
verb
to share

partior
partior
cross-reference

partite
partītē
adverb
with proper divisions

partitio
partītiō
noun
a sharing

partito
partītō
adverb
distributively

partitor
partītor
noun
a divider

partitudo
partitūdō
noun
a bearing

partitus
partītus
adjective

partitus
partītus
adjective
shared

partor
partor
noun

partualis
partuālis
adjective
of or belonging to bearing or birth

Partula
Partula
noun
the goddess who presides over birth

partum
partum
noun
acquisitions

partura
partūra
noun
bearing

parturibundus
parturibundus
adjective
in travail

parturiens
parturiens
adjective
a woman in labor

parturio
parturiō
verb
v. desid. a

parturitio
parturītiō
noun
a desiring to bring forth

partus
partus
adjective

partus
partus
noun
a bearing

partus
partus
adverb

partus
partus
adjective
that has borne

parum
parum
adverb
too little

parumper
parumper
adverb
for a little while

parunculus
parunculus
noun
a small boat

Parus
Parus
noun

Parus
Parus
noun
one of the Cyclades

parus
pārus
noun
a titmouse

Parva Graecia
Parva Graecia
expression
Lower Italy

parve
parvē
adverb
a little

parvibibulus
parvibibulus
adjective
that drinks little

parvicollis
parvicollis
adjective
short-necked

parvifacio
parvifaciō
verb
to make light of

parvipendo
parvipendō
verb

parvissime
parvissimē
adverb
very briefly

parvitas
parvitās
noun
smallness

parvolus
parvolus
adjective
very small

parvulum
parvulum
cross-reference
little

parvulum
parvulum
adverb

parvulus
parvulus
noun
a child

parvulus
parvulus
adjective
very small

parvus
parvus
adjective
little

Pasargada
Pasargada
noun
a citadei in Persis

pascalis
pascālis
adjective
pasturing

pasceolus
pasceolus
noun
a leathern money-bag

pascha
pascha
noun
The feast of the Passover

paschalis
paschālis
adjective
of or belonging to the Passover or to Easter

pascito
pascitō
verb
to pasture

pascor
pascor
verb

pasco
pascō
verb
to cause to eat

pascua
pascua
noun

pascua
pascua
noun
a pasture

pascualis
pascuālis
adjective

pascuosus
pascuōsus
adjective
full of pasture

pascuum
pascuum
noun
a pasture

pascuus
pascuus
adjective
of or for pasture

Pasicompsa
Pāsicompsa
noun
a female proper name

Pasiphaa
Pāsiphaa
noun
daughter of Helios

Pasiphae
Pāsiphaē
noun
daughter of Helios

Pasiphaeia
Pāsiphaēia
cross-reference
Phaedra

Pasiphaeius
Pāsiphaēius
adjective
Pasiphaean

Pasiteles
Pāsiteles
noun
a famous Greek carver in relief

Pasithea
Pāsithea
noun
one of the three Graces

Pasithee
Pāsitheē
noun
one of the three Graces

Pasitigris
Pāsitīgris
noun
the river Eulaeus

passales
passales
cross-reference

passarius
passārius
adjective
dried in the sun

Passaro
Passarō
noun
a city of Epirus

Passaron
Passaron
noun
a city of Epirus

passer
passer
noun
a sparrow

Passer
Passer
noun
a Roman surname

passercula
passercula
noun
a little sparrow

passerculus
passerculus
noun
a little sparrow

Passerinus
Passerīnus
noun
the name of a very fleet horse

passerinus
passerīnus
adjective
of or fit for a sparrow

passernix
passernix
noun
a whetstone

passibilis
passibilis
adjective
capable of feeling or suffering

passibilitas
passibilitās
noun
capability of suffering

passibiliter
passibiliter
adverb
passibly

Passienus
Passiēnus
noun
a Roman surname

passim
passim
adverb
at or to different places

passio
passiō
noun
a suffering

passionalis
passiōnālis
adjective
susceptible of passion

passive
passīvē
noun

passive
passīvē
adverb
passively

passivitas
passīvitās
noun
a scattered or confused condition

passivitus
passīvitus
adverb
everywhere

passivus
passīvus
adjective
capable of feeling or suffering

passivus
passīvus
noun

passivus
passīvus
adjective
Spread about

passum
passum
noun

passum
passum
noun
wine made from dried grapes

passus
passus
noun
a step

passus
passus
adjective

passus
passus
adjective
outspread

passus
passus
adjective

pasta
pasta
noun
paste

pasticus
pasticus
adjective
fed

pastillarius
pastillārius
noun
a maker of pastils

pastillicans
pastillicans
adjective
having the shape of a little ball

pastillum
pastillum
noun
a little loaf or roll of bread

pastillus
pastillus
noun
a little loaf or roll

pastinaca
pastināca
noun
A parsnip

pastinatio
pastinātiō
noun
the act of preparing the soil of a vineyard

pastinator
pastinātor
noun
one who digs and trenches the ground of a vineyard

pastinatum
pastinātum
noun
ground dug and trenched

pastinatum
pastinātum
noun

pastinatus
pastinātus
noun
the act of digging and trenching the ground of a vineyard

pastino
pastinō
verb
to dig and trench the ground

pastinum
pastinum
noun
a kind of two-pronged dibble

pastio
pastiō
noun
a pasturing

pastito
pastitō
cross-reference

pastius
pastius
adjective
of or belonging to a shepherd

pastophorium
pastophorium
noun
a little chapel in a temple where the image of a god was preserved and his servants abode

pastophorus
pastophorus
noun
a kind of priests who carried about the images of their deities in a little shrine for the purpose of collecting alms

pastor
pastor
noun
a herdsman

pastoralis
pastōrālis
adjective
of or belonging to herdsmen or shepherds

pastoraliter
pastōrāliter
adverb
like a shepherd

pastoricius
pastōrīcius
adjective
of or belonging to a shepherd

pastorius
pastōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a herdsman or shepherd

pastura
pastūra
noun
a pasture

pastus
pastus
adverb

pastus
pastus
noun
pasture

patagiarius
patagiārius
noun
a bo<*>ler-maker

patagiatus
patagīātus
adjective
ornamented with a border

patagium
patagīum
noun
a gold edging or border

patagus
patagus
noun
a sort of disease

Patala
Patala
noun
an island at the mouth of the Indus

Patale
Patalē
noun
an island at the mouth of the Indus

Patalene
Patalēnē
noun
an island at the mouth of the Indus

patalis
patālis
cross-reference

Patalitanns
Patalītanns
adjective

Patalitanus
Patalitānus
adjective
of or belonging to the island of Patalene

Patara
Patara
noun
a seaport town of Lycia

Patarani
Patarānī
noun
the inhabitants of Patara

Pataranus
Patārānus
adjective
Pataraean

Patareis
Patarēis
noun
Pataraean

Patareus
Pātareus
noun
the Patarean

Patasaeus
Patasaeus
adjective
Pararaean

Patavinitas
Patavīnitās
noun
the mode of speaking or dialectic peculiarities of the Patavians

Patavinus
Patavīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Patavium

Patavinus
Patavīnus
adjective
atavinian. Paduan

Patavium
Patavium
noun
an important city of

patefacio
patefaciō
verb
to make or lay open

patefactio
patefactiō
noun
a laying open

patefactus
patefactus
adjective

patefio
patefīō
verb

Patelana
Patelāna
noun

Patelana
Patelāna
noun
a goddess that presiaed over the shooting of grain

patella
patella
noun
a small pan or dish

Patella
Patella
noun
a goddess that presiaed over the shooting of grain

Patellana
Patellāna
noun
a goddess that presiaed over the shooting of grain

patellarius
patellārius
adjective
of or belonging to a dish or plate

patena
patena
noun

patena
patena
noun
a broad

patens
patens
adjective

patens
patens
adjective
open

patenter
patenter
adverb
P a. fin

patenter
patenter
adverb
openly

pateo
pateō
verb
To lie open

pater
pater
noun
a father

patera
patera
noun
a broad

Patercularius
Paterculārius
adjective
of or belonging to Paterculus

Paterculus
Paterculus
noun
a Roman surname

paterfamilias
paterfamiliās
noun

paternitas
paternitās
noun
fatherly feeling or care

paternus
paternus
adjective
of or belonging to a father

patescisco
patesciscō
verb
to be laid open

patesco
patescō
verb
to be laid open

pateta
patēta
noun
a kind of dates

patetus
patētus
adjective

pathetice
pathēticē
adverb
pathetically

patheticus
pathēticus
adjective
full of pathos

pathicus
pathicus
adjective
who submits to unnatural lust

pathos
pathos
noun
pathos

patibilis
patibilis
adjective
supportable

patibulatus
patibulātus
adjective
fastened to the

patibulum
patibulum
noun
a fork-shaped yoke

patibulus
patibulus
noun

patibulus
patibulus
adjective
fastened to a

patibulus
patibulus
noun
a fork-shaped yoke

paticabulum
paticābulum
noun
a cistern or pond

patiens
patiens
adjective

patiens
patiens
adjective
bearing

patienter
patienter
adverb
patiently

patientia
patientia
noun
the quality of bearing

Patigran
Patigran
noun
a city in Media

Patigrans
Patigrans
noun
a city in Media

patina
patina
noun
a broad

Patina
Patina
noun
a Roman surname

patinarius
patinārius
adjective
of or belonging to a dish or pan

patio
patiō
cross-reference

patior
patior
verb
to bear

patiscens
patiscens
cross-reference

Patmos
Patmos
noun
an island of the Aegean Sea

Patmus
Patmus
noun
an island of the Aegean Sea

pator
pator
noun
an opening

Patra
Pātra
noun
a very ancient city in Achaia

Patra
Patra
noun
a very ancient city in Achaia

patraster
patraster
noun
a fatherin-law

patratio
patrātiō
noun
an effecting

patratio
pātrātiō
noun
an effecting

patrator
pātrātor
noun
an effecter

patrator
patrātor
noun
an effecter

patratus
patrātus
adjective
the fetial priest

patratus
pātrātus
adjective
the fetial priest

Patrensis
Pātrensis
adjective
of or belonging to Patrae

Patrensis
Patrensis
adjective
of or belonging to Patrae

Patrensis
Patrensis
adjective

Patrensis
Pātrensis
adjective

Patrensis
Patrensis
noun
the Patraeans

patria
pātria
noun
One's fatherland

patria
patria
noun
One's fatherland

patriarcha
patriarcha
noun
the father or chief of a tribe

patriarches
patriarchēs
noun
the father or chief of a tribe

patriarchicus
patriarchicus
adjective
of or belonging to a patriarch

patrice
patricē
adverb
paternally

Patricia Colonia
Patricia Colōnia
expression
the Roman colony of

patriciatus
patriciātus
noun
the rank or dignity of the patricians

patricida
pātricīda
noun

patricida
patricīda
noun

Patriciensis
Patriciensis
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Corduba

patricii
patriciī
noun
a patrician

patricii
pātriciī
noun
a patrician

patriciolus
pātriciolus
noun

patriciolus
patriciolus
noun

patricius
pātricius
noun
a patrician

patricius
patricius
noun
a patrician

patricius
pātricius
adjective
of the rank or dignity of the

patricius
patricius
noun

patricius
patricius
adjective
of the rank or dignity of the

patricius
pātricius
noun

Patricoles
Patricoles
noun
Son of Menaetius and Sthenele

Patricoles
Pātricoles
noun
Son of Menaetius and Sthenele

patricus
patricus
adjective
of or belonging to a father

patricus
pātricus
adjective
of or belonging to a father

patrie
patriē
adverb
paternally

patrie
pātriē
adverb
paternally

patrimes
patrīmes
noun

patrimonialis
pātrimōniālis
adjective
of or belonging to a patrimony

patrimonialis
patrimōniālis
adjective
of or belonging to a patrimony

patrimoniolum
patrimōniolum
noun
a little patrimony

patrimonium
pātrimōnium
noun
an estate inherited from a father

patrimonium
patrimōnium
noun
an estate inherited from a father

patrimus
patrīmus
adjective
that has a father living

patriota
patriōta
noun
a countryman

patriota
pātriōta
noun
a countryman

patrioticus
patriōticus
adjective
of or belonging to one's native land

patrioticus
pātriōticus
adjective
of or belonging to one's native land

patripassianus
pātripassiānus
noun
believers in the doctrine of Noetus

patripassianus
patripassiānus
noun
believers in the doctrine of Noetus

patrisso
pātrissō
verb
to take after one's father

patrisso
patrissō
verb
to take after one's father

patritius
patritius
adjective
of the rank or dignity of the

patritius
pātritius
adjective
of the rank or dignity of the

patritus
patrītus
adjective
of one's father or forefathers

patrium
pātrium
noun
a patronymic

patrium
patrium
noun
a patronymic

patrius
pātrius
adjective
of or belonging to a father

patrius
patrius
adjective
of or belonging to a father

patrius
pātrius
adjective
of or belonging to one's native country or home

patrius
patrius
adjective
of or belonging to one's native country or home

patrizo
patrizō
verb

patrizo
patrīzō
verb
to take after one's father

patro
patrō
verb
to bring to pass

patro
pātrō
verb
to bring to pass

Patrobius
Pātrobius
noun
a freedman of the emperor Nero

Patrobius
Patrobius
noun
a freedman of the emperor Nero

patrocinalis
patrōcinālis
adjective
of or belonging to protection or patronage

patrocinalis
pātrōcinālis
adjective
of or belonging to protection or patronage

patrocinatus
patrōcinātus
adjective

patrocinatus
pātrōcinātus
adjective

patrocinium
pātrōcinium
noun
pro tection

patrocinium
patrōcinium
noun
pro tection

patrocinor
pātrōcinor
verb
to protect

patrocinor
patrōcinor
verb
to protect

Patrocles
Patroclēs
noun

Patrocles
Patrōclēs
noun

Patroclianus
Patrocliānus
adjective

Patroclus
Patroclus
noun
Son of Menaetius and Sthenele

Patroclus
Pātrōclus
noun
Son of Menaetius and Sthenele

Patron
Patrōn
noun
one of the companions of Evander

Patron
Pātrōn
noun
one of the companions of Evander

patrona
pātrōna
noun
a protectress

patrona
patrōna
noun
a protectress

patronalis
pātrōnālis
adjective
of or belonging to a patron

patronalis
patrōnālis
adjective
of or belonging to a patron

patronatus
patrōnātus
noun
the character and condition of a patron

patronatus
pātrōnātus
noun
the character and condition of a patron

patronus
patrōnus
noun
a protector

patronus
pātrōnus
noun
a protector

patronymicus
patrōnymicus
adjective
formed after a father's name

patruelis
pātruēlis
noun
a father's brother's son or daughter

patruelis
pātruēlis
adjective
of or descended from a father's brother

patruelis
patruēlis
noun
a father's brother's son or daughter

patruelis
patruēlis
adjective
of or descended from a father's brother

patruus
patruus
adjective
of or belonging to a father's brother

patruus
patruus
noun
a father's brother

patruus
pātruus
noun
a father's brother

Patulcianus
Patulciānus
adjective

Patulcianus
Patulciānus
adjective
A Roman quaestor

Patulcius
Patulcius
adjective
A surname of Janus

patulus
patulus
adjective
standing open

pauciens
pauciens
adverb
a few times

paucies
paucies
adverb
a few times

pauciloquium
pauciloquium
noun
a speaking but little

paucitas
paucitās
noun
a small number

pauculus
pauculus
adjective
very few

paucum
paucum
noun
a few words

paucus
paucus
adjective
few

paucus
paucus
noun
few

paulatim
paulātim
adverb
by little and little

Paulianus
Pauliānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Paulus

Paulianus
Pauliānus
adjective

Paulina
Paulīna
noun

Paulinus
Paulīnus
adjective

Paulinus
Paulīnus
noun

Paulinus
Paulīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a Paulus

paulisper
paulisper
adverb
for a little while

paullatim
paullātim
adverb
by little and little

Paullianus
Paulliānus
adjective

Paullinus
Paullīnus
adjective

Paullinus
Paullīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a Paulus

paullisper
paullisper
adverb
for a little while

paullo
paullō
adverb

paullulatim
paullulātim
adverb
by little and little

paullulo
paullulō
adverb

paullululus
paullululus
adjective
very little indeed

paullulus
paullulus
adjective
very little

Paullus
Paullus
noun
a Roman surname

paullus
paullus
adjective
little

paulo
paulō
adverb

paululatim
paululātim
adverb
by little and little

paululo
paululō
adverb

paululum
paululum
adverb
a little

paululum
paululum
noun
a little bit

paululus
paululus
adjective
very little

paulum
paulum
adverb
a little

paulum
paulum
noun
a little

paulus
paulus
adjective
little

Paulus
Paulus
noun
a Roman surname

pauper
pauper
noun
a poor man

pauper
pauper
adjective
poor

pauperasco
pauperascō
verb
to grow poor

pauperculus
pauperculus
adjective
poor

pauperies
pauperiēs
noun
poverty

pauperius
pauperius
adverb

paupero
pauperō
verb
to make poor

paupertas
paupertās
noun
poverty

paupertatula
paupertātula
noun
poverty

paupertinus
paupertīnus
adjective
poor

pausa
pausa
noun
a pause

pausabilis
pausābilis
adjective
that sometimes ceases

Pausanias
Pausaniās
noun
Son of Cleombrotus

pausarius
pausārius
noun
A commander of the rowers

pausarius
pausārius
noun
the priests of Isis

pausate
pausātē
adverb

pausatio
pausātiō
noun
a halting

pausatus
pausātus
adjective

pausatus
pausātus
adjective
that has halted or paused

pausea
pausea
noun
a kind of olive

pausia
pausia
noun
a kind of olive

Pausiacus
Pausiacus
adjective
of Pausias

Pausias
Pausiās
noun
a celebrated painter

pausilllulum
pausilllulum
noun
a little

pausilllulus
pausilllulus
adjective
very little

pausilllus
pausilllus
adjective
little

pausillulus
pausillulus
noun
a tomb

pausilypon
pausilȳpon
noun
a tomb

Pausilypum
Pausilȳpum
noun
a mountain between Naples and Puteoli

Pausistratus
Pausistratus
noun
a general of Rhodes

pauso
pausō
verb
to halt

Pausus
Pausus
noun
the god of rest

pauxillatim
pauxillātim
adverb
by little and little

pauxillisper
pauxillisper
adverb
by little bits

pauxillitas
pauxillitās
noun
diminutiveness

pauxillo
pauxillō
cross-reference

pauxillulum
pauxillulum
adverb

pauxillulum
pauxillulum
noun
a little

pauxillulus
pauxillulus
adjective
very little

pauxillum
pauxillum
adverb
a little

pauxillum
pauxillum
noun
a little

pauxillus
pauxillus
adjective
little

pava
pāva
noun
a peahen

pavefacio
pavefaciō
verb
to frighten

Paventia
Paventia
noun
the goddess who guarded children against sudden terrors

paveo
paveō
verb
to be struck with fear or terror

pavesco
pavescō
verb
to begin to be afraid

pavibundus
pavibundus
adjective
fearful

paviclo
pavīclō
verb
to beat down

pavicula
pavīcula
noun
a rammer

paviculo
pavīculō
verb
to beat down

pavide
pavidē
adverb
with fear

pavidus
pavidus
adjective
trembling

pavimentarius
pavīmentārius
noun
a maker of pavements

pavimento
pavimentō
verb
To cover with a pavement

pavimentum
pavīmentum
noun
a floor

pavio
paviō
verb
to beat

pavitatio
pavitātiō
noun
a trembling

pavitensis
pavītensīs
adjective
beaten close

pavito
pavitō
verb
to tremble or quake with fear

pavitum
pavītum
noun

pavitum
pavītum
noun
a hard-beaten floor

Pavo
Pāvō
noun
a Roman surname

pavo
pāvō
noun
a peacock

pavonaceus
pāvōnāceus
adjective
of or belonging to a peacock

pavoninus
pāvōnīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a peacock

Pavor
Pavor
noun
the god of fear

pavor
pavor
noun
a trembling

pavus
pāvus
noun
a peacock

pax
pax
noun
peace

Pax
Pax
noun
a slave's name

paxillus
paxillus
noun
a small stake

peccamen
peccāmen
noun
a fault

peccans
peccans
adjective
sinful

peccans
peccans
adjective
an offender

peccans
peccans
adjective

peccanter
peccanter
adverb
wrongly

peccantia
peccantia
noun
sin

peccatela
peccātēla
noun
sin

peccatio
peccātiō
noun
a failing

peccator
peccātor
noun
a transgressor

peccatorius
peccātōrius
adjective
sinful

peccatrix
peccātrix
noun
a female sinner

peccatum
peccātum
noun
a fault

peccatus
peccātus
noun
a failing

pecco
peccō
verb
to miss or mistake

pecoralis
pecorālis
adjective
of or belonging to cattle

pecorarius
pecorārius
noun
a farmer of the public pastures and herds

pecorosus
pecorōsus
adjective
rich in cattle

pecten
pecten
noun
a comb

pectinarius
pectinārius
adjective
of or belonging to combs

pectinarius
pectinārius
noun
a combmaker

pectinatim
pectinātim
adverb
in the form of a comb

pectinator
pectinātor
noun
a comber

pectinatus
pectinātus
adjective
combed

pectinatus
pectinātus
adjective

pectino
pectinō
verb
to comb

pectio
pectiō
noun
a combing

pectis
pectis
noun
a plant

pectitus
pectitus
adjective

pecto
pectō
verb
to comb

pectorale
pectorāle
noun
a breast-plate

pectoralis
pectorālis
adjective
of or belonging to the breast

pectorosus
pectorōsus
adjective
with a large or high breast

pectunculus
pectunculus
noun
a small scallop

pectus
pectus
noun
the breast

pectusculum
pectusculum
noun
a little breast

pecu
pecu
noun
cattle

pecualis
pecuālis
adjective
of or belonging to cattle

pecuaria
pecuāria
noun
a stock of cattle

pecuarium
pecuārium
noun
herds of cattle

pecuarius
pecuārius
adjective
of or belonging to cattle

pecuarius
pecuārius
noun
A cattle-breeder

pecuasco
pecuascō
verb

pecuatus
pecuātus
adjective
beastly

pecuda
pecuda
cross-reference

pecudalis
pecudālis
adjective
of or belonging to cattle

Pecudifer
Pecudifer
adjective
an epithet of Sylvanus

pecuinus
pecuīnus
adjective
of cattle

peculans
pecūlans
adjective

peculans
pecūlans
noun
peculations

peculator
pecūlātor
noun
an embezzler of public money

peculatorius
pecūlātōrius
adjective

peculatus
pecūlātus
noun
an embezzlement of public money

peculiaris
pecūliāris
adjective
of or relating to private property

peculiariter
pecūliāriter
adverb

peculiarius
pecūliārius
adjective
of or relating to private property

peculiatus
pecūliātus
adjective

peculiatus
pecūliātus
adjective
furnished with property of his own

peculio
pecūliō
verb
to give

peculiolum
pecūliolum
noun
a little private property

peculiosus
pecūliōsus
adjective
having a large private property

peculium
pecūlium
noun
property in cattle

peculor
pecūlor
verb
to defraud the public

pecunia
pecūnia
noun
property

pecunialis
pecūniālis
adjective
of or belonging to money

pecuniarie
pecūniāriē
adverb
pecuniarily

pecuniaris
pecūniāris
adjective
of or belonging to money

pecuniariter
pecūniāriter
adverb
relating to money

pecuniarius
pecūniārius
adjective
of or belonging to money

Pecuniola
Pecūniola
noun
the surname of one P. Aurelius in the first Punic war

pecuniosus
pecūniōsus
adjective
that has much money

pecus
pecus
noun
cattle

pecus
pecus
noun

pecus
pecus
noun
a single head of cattle

pecusculum
pecusculum
noun
a small animal

peda
peda
noun
a footstep

pedalion
pedālion
noun
a plant

pedalis
pedālis
noun
a measure

pedalis
pedālis
adjective
of or belonging to the foot

pedalis
pedālis
noun
a slipper

pedamen
pedāmen
noun
a stake or prop

pedamentum
pedāmentum
noun
a stake or prop

pedaneus
pedāneus
adjective
of the size of a foot

Pedanum
Pedānum
noun
an estate near Pedum

Pedanus
Pedānus
adjective

Pedanus
Pedānus
adjective
of Pedum

Pedanus
Pedānus
noun
the inhabitants of Pedum

pedarius
pedārius
noun
Of the size of a foot

pedarius
pedārius
adjective
of or belonging to the foot

Pedasum
Pēdasum
noun
a city in Caria

Pedasum
Pēdasum
noun
a city in Caria

pedatim
pedātim
adverb
foot by foot

pedatura
pedātūra
noun
a prop

pedatura
pedātūra
noun
the space or extent of a foot

pedatus
pedātus
adjective

pedatus
pedātus
noun
an attack

pedeplanum
pedeplānum
noun
rooms on the ground-floor

pedepressim
pedepressim
adverb
cautiously

pedepressim
pedēpressim
adverb
cautiously

pedes
pedes
noun
one that is or goes on foot

pedester
pedester
adjective
on foot

pedetemptim
pedetemptim
adverb
step by step

pedetentim
pedetentim
adverb
step by step

Pedianus
Pediānus
noun

Pediatia
Pediātia
noun
a nickname of the Roman knight

pedica
pedica
noun
a shackle

pedicellus
pedīcellus
noun
a little louse

pedicinus
pedicinus
noun
the foot of a press

pediclus
pedīclus
cross-reference

pediclus
pedīclus
noun
a little foot

pedico
pēdīcō
cross-reference

pedico
pēdīcō
verb
to practise unnatural vice

pedicosus
pedīcōsus
adjective
full of lice

pedicularis
pedīculāris
adjective
of or belonging to lice

pedicularius
pedīculārius
adjective
of or belonging to lice

pedicularius
pedīculārius
noun
one who pressed the

pediculatio
pedīculātiō
cross-reference

pediculo
pedīculō
verb

pediculosus
pedīculōsus
adjective
full of lice

pediculus
pedīculus
noun
a little foot

pediculus
pedīculus
noun
a louse

pediolus
pediolus
noun
a little foot

pedis
pedis
noun
a louse

pedisecus
pedisecus
adjective
that follows on foot

pedisequa
pedisequa
noun
a male attendant

pedisequa
pedisequa
noun

pedisequus
pedisequus
noun
a male attendant

pedisequus
pedisequus
adjective
that follows on foot

pedissequus
pedissequus
adjective
that follows on foot

peditastellus
peditastellus
noun
a wretched foot-soldier

peditatus
peditātus
noun
foot-soldiers

pedito
peditō
verb
to go on foot

peditum
pēditum
noun

peditum
pēditum
cross-reference

Pedius
Pedius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens.

Pedo
Pedō
noun
a Roman surname

pedo
pēdō
verb
to break wind

pedo
pedō
verb
to foot

pedo
pedō
noun
one who has broad feet

pedocucullus
pedocucullus
noun
a covering for the feet

Peducaeanus
Pedūcaeānus
adjective
Peducaean

Peducaeus
Pedūcaeus
noun
a Roman surname

Peducaeus
Pedūcaeus
adjective
Peducaean

peduclus
pedūclus
cross-reference

peduculatio
pedūculātiō
cross-reference

peduculosus
pedūculōsus
cross-reference

peduculus
pedūculus
noun
a louse

peduculus
pedūculus
noun
a louse

pedule
pedūle
noun
a sole

pedulis
pedūlis
adjective
of or for the feet

pedum
pedum
noun
a shepherd's crook

Pedum
Pedum
noun
a town of remote antiquity in Latium

peduncularia
pedunculāria
noun
lousewort

pedunculus
pedunculus
noun
a louse

pedunculus
pedunculus
noun

Pega
Pēga
noun
a fountain in Bithynia

peganon
pēganon
noun
gardenrue

Pegaseius
Pēgasēius
adjective
Pegasean

Pegaseus
Pēgaseus
adjective
of or belonging to Pegasus

Pegaseus
Pēgasēus
adjective
of or belonging to Pegasus

Pegasianus
Pēgasiānus
adjective
Pegasian

Pegasides
Pēgasides
noun
the Muses

Pegasis
Pēgasis
noun
a fountain-nymph

Pegasis
Pēgasis
noun
of Pegasus

Pegasos
Pēgasos
noun
the winged horse of the Muses

Pegasus
Pēgasus
noun
the winged horse of the Muses

Pegasus
Pēgasus
noun
a celebrated jurist in the reign of the emperor Vespasian

pege
pēgē
noun
a fountain

pegma
pēgma
noun
a fixture

pegmaris
pegmāris
adjective
of or belonging to the pegma or theatrical machine

pegris
pegris
noun
a sea-mussel

pejeratio
pējerātiō
noun
perjury

pejero
pējerō
cross-reference
to swear falsely

pejor
pējor
adjective

pejoro
pējōrō
verb
to render worse

pejus
pējus
adverb
worse

pel
pel
cross-reference

pelage
pelagē
noun
the sea

pelagia
pelagia
noun
a kind of pearl-mussel

Pelagianus
Pelagiānus
noun
a follower of Pelagius

pelagicus
pelagicus
adjective
of or belonging to the sea

pelagium
pelagium
noun
purple color

Pelagius
Pelagius
noun
a famous heretic of the fifth century

pelagius
pelagius
adjective
of or belonging to the sea

Pelagonia
Pelagonia
noun
a district and city of the Pelagonians

Pelagonis
Pelagonis
noun
a people of Macedonia

pelagus
pelagus
noun
the sea

pelamis
pēlamis
noun
a young tunnyfish

pelamys
pēlamys
noun
a young tunnyfish

Pelasgia
Pelasgia
noun
An old name of the Peloponnesus

Pelasgias
Pelasgias
noun
adj. f

Pelasgis
Pelasgis
noun
An old name of the Peloponnesus

Pelasgis
Pelasgis
noun
adj. f

Pelasgus
Pelasgus
noun
the oldest inhabitants of Greece

Pelasgus
Pelasgus
adjective
Pelasgian

pelecanus
pelecānus
noun
a pelican

pelecina
pelecīna
cross-reference

pelecinon
pelecīnon
noun
a kind of sundial in the shape of a two-edged axe

pelecinos
pelecīnos
noun
hatchetvetch

Peleius
Pēlēius
adjective
Peleian

Peleius
Pēlēius
adjective

Pelendonis
Pelendonis
noun
a Celtiberian people

pelethronia
pelēthronia
noun

pelethronia
pelēthronia
noun
centaury

Pelethronius
Pelēthronius
adjective
of or belonging to a region of Thessaly inhabited by the Lapithae and Centaurs

Peleus
Pēleus
noun
a king of Thessaly

pelex
pēlex
noun

pelex
pēlex
noun
a kept mistress

Pelia
Pelia
noun

Peliacus
Pēliacus
adjective
of or belonging to Pelion

peliacus
pēliacus
adjective

Peliades
Peliades
noun
the daughters of Pelias

Pelias
Pēlias
noun
a spear

Pelias
Pēlias
noun
that comes from Pelion

Pelias
Pēlias
noun
of or belonging to Pelion

Pelias
Pelias
noun
Of or belonging to Pelias

Pelias
Peliās
noun
a king of Thessaly

pelicanus
pelicānus
cross-reference

pelicanus
pelicānus
noun
a pelican

pelicatus
pēlicātus
noun
the cohabiting with a kept mistress

Pelides
Pēlīdēs
noun
The son of Peleus

Pelides
Pēlīdēs
noun

Pelignus
Pēlignus
noun
a people of Central Italy

Pelignus
Pēlignus
adjective
of or belonging to the Peligni

Pelina
Pelina
noun
a goddess of the Pelignians

Pelinnaeus
Pelinnaeus
noun
a mountain in Chios

Pelion
Pēlion
noun
a high mountain in Thessaly

Pelios
Pēlios
noun
a high mountain in Thessaly

Pelius
Pēlius
adjective
of or belonging to Pelion

Pella
Pella
noun
a city of remote antiquity in Macedonia

pellacia
pellācia
noun
an allurement

Pellaeus
Pellaeus
adjective

Pellaeus
Pellaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Pella

Pellarius
Pellārius
noun
one that prepares skins

pellates
pellates
noun
a kind of stone

pellax
pellax
adjective
seductive

Pelle
Pellē
noun
a city of remote antiquity in Macedonia

pelleatus
pelleātus
adjective
clothed in a skin or skins

pellecebra
pellecebra
noun
an enticement

pellecebra
pellecēbra
noun
an enticement

pellecebrae
pellecebraē
adverb

pellectio
pellectiō
noun
a reading through

pellectus
pellectus
adjective

pellego
pellegō
verb
to view all over

pellego
pellegō
verb

Pellenaeus
Pellēnaeus
noun
the inhabitants of Pellene

Pellenaeus
Pellēnaeus
adjective

Pellendonis
Pellendonis
noun
a Celtiberian people

Pellene
Pellēnē
noun
a city of Achaia

Pellenensis
Pellēnensis
adjective
Pellenian

pellesuina
pellesuīna
noun
a shop in which skins or hides were dressed and sold

pellex
pellex
noun
a kept mistress

pellex
pellex
noun

pellicator
pellicātor
cross-reference

pellicatus
pellicātus
noun
the cohabiting with a kept mistress

pellicatus
pellicātus
cross-reference

pelliceo
pelliceō
verb

pelliceo
pelliceō
verb
to allure

pelliceus
pelliceus
adjective
made of skins

pelliceus
pelliceus
adjective

pellicio
pelliciō
verb
to allure

pellicium
pellicium
cross-reference

pellicius
pellicius
adjective
made of skins

pellico
pellicō
verb
to be a rival

pellicula
pellicula
noun
a small skin or hide

pelliculatio
pelliculātiō
noun
an alluring enticement

pelliculo
pelliculō
verb
to cover over with skins

pelliger
pelliger
adjective
clad in skins or furs

Pellinaeum
Pellinaeum
noun
a city in Thessaly

pellinus
pellinus
adjective
made of skins

pellio
pelliō
noun
a furrier

pellion
pellion
noun
a plant

pellionarius
pelliōnārius
noun
one who prepared skins for the use of soldiers

pelliris
pelliris
adjective
made of skin

pellis
pellis
noun
a skin

pellitus
pellītus
adjective
covered with skins

pello
pellō
verb
to beat

Pellonia
Pellōnia
noun
a goddess who puts the enemy to flight

pellos
pellos
noun
dark-colored

pelluceo
pellūceō
verb
to shine through

pelluceo
pellūceō
cross-reference

pelluciditas
pellūciditās
noun
transparency

pellucidulus
pellūcidulus
adjective
bright

pellucidus
pellūcidus
adjective
transparent

pelluo
pelluō
cross-reference

pelluo
pelluō
verb
to wash off

pelluvia
pelluvia
noun
a vessel for washing the feet in

pelluvium
pelluvium
noun
a vessel for washing the feet in

Pelondonis
Pelondonis
noun
a Celtiberian people

Pelopea
Pelopēa
noun
the daughter of Pelops

Pelopea, Pelopeias, Pelopeis, Pelopeius, Pelopeus
Pelopēa, Pelopēias, Pelopēis, Pelopēius, Pelopēus
expression

Pelopeia
Pelopēia
noun
a female descendant of Pelops

Pelopeias
Pelopēias
noun
Pelopian

Pelopeidis
Pelopēidis
noun
the Argive women

Pelopeis
Pelopēis
noun
Pelopian

Pelopeius
Pelopēius
adjective
Pelopian

Pelopeus
Pelopēus
adjective
Pelopian

Pelopida
Pelopida
noun
the descendants of Pelops

Pelopidae
Pelopidaē
adverb

Pelopidas
Pelopidās
noun
a celebrated Theban general

Pelopius
Pelopius
adjective
Pelopian

Pelopius
Pelopius
adjective

Peloponnenses
Peloponnenses
noun
the Peloponnesians

Peloponnensis
Peloponnensis
adjective
Peloponnesian

Peloponnesiacus
Peloponnēsiacus
adjective
Peloponnesian

Peloponnesiacus
Peloponnēsiacus
noun
the Peloponnesians

Peloponnesius
Peloponnēsius
adjective
Peloponnesian

Peloponnesius
Peloponnēsius
noun
the Peloponnesians

Peloponnesus
Peloponnēsus
noun
the Peloponnesus

Pelops
Pelops
noun
Son of Tantalus

Pelorias
Pelōrias
noun
a promontory at the north-eastern extremity of Sicily

peloris
pelōris
noun
a large shell-fish

Peloris
Pelōris
noun
a promontory on the north-eastern extremity of Sicily

Peloritanus
Pelōritānus
adjective
Pelorian

Peloros
Pelōros
noun
a promontory on the north-eastern coast of Sicily

Pelorum
Pelōrum
noun
a promontory on the north-eastern coast of Sicily

Pelorus
Pelōrus
noun
a promontory on the north-eastern coast of Sicily

pelta
pelta
noun
a small

peltasta
peltasta
noun
a soldier armed with the

peltatus
peltātus
adjective
armed with the

peltifer
peltifer
adjective
bearing

Pelusiacus
Pēlūsiacus
adjective
Pelusiac

Pelusianus
Pēlūsiānus
adjective
Pelusian

Pelusiota
Pēlūsiōta
noun
a Pelusian

Pelusiotes
Pēlūsiōtēs
noun
a Pelusian

Pelusium
Pēlūsium
noun
an Egyptian city at the eastern mouth of the Nile

Pelusius
Pēlūsius
adjective
Pelusian

pelvicula
pelvicula
noun
a small basin

pelvis
pelvis
noun
a basin

pemma
pemma
noun
pastry

penaria
penāria
noun
a storehouse

penarius
penārius
adjective
of or for provisions

penarius
penārius
noun
a storehouse

Penas
Penas
adjective

penatiger
penātiger
adjective
bearing with him his guardian gods

penator
penātor
noun
one who carries provisions

Penats
Penāts
noun
the Penates

pendens
pendens
adjective

pendens
pendens
adjective
Hanging

pendeo
pendeō
verb
to hang

pendiculus
pendiculus
noun
a cord

pendigo
pendīgō
noun
an internal tumor

pendix
pendix
noun

pendo
pendō
verb
to cause to hang down

pendulus
pendulus
adjective
hanging

pene
pēne
adverb
nearly

pene
pēnē
adverb

Peneis
Pēnēis
noun

Peneis
Pēnēis
noun
of or belonging to the Peneus

Peneius
Pēnēius
adjective

Peneius
Pēnēius
adjective
of or belonging to the Peneus

Peneleus
Pēneleus
noun
son of Hippalmus and Asterope

Penelopa
Pēnelopa
noun
daughter of Icarius and Peribaea

Penelope
Pēnelopē
noun
daughter of Icarius and Peribaea

Penelopea
Pēnelopēa
cross-reference

Penelopeus
Pēnelopēus
adjective
of or belonging to Penelope

penelops
pēnelops
noun
a kind of duck

penes
penes
preposition
with

Penesta
Penesta
noun
a people in Grecian Illyria

Penestia
Penestia
noun
the country of the Penestae

Penestianus
Penestiānus
adjective
Penestian

penetrabilis
penetrābilis
adjective
that can be pierced or penetrated

penetral
penētrāl
noun
the inside space

penetral
penetrāl
noun
the inside space

penetrale
penetrāle
noun
the inside space

penetrale
penētrāle
noun
the inside space

penetralis
penetrālis
adjective
Piercing

penetralis
penētrālis
adjective
Piercing

penetraliter
penētrāliter
adverb
inwardly

penetraliter
penetrāliter
adverb
inwardly

penetratio
penetrātiō
noun
a piercing

penetrator
penētrātor
noun
one who penetrates

penetrator
penetrātor
noun
one who penetrates

penetre
penetre
noun
the inside space

penetre
penētre
noun
the inside space

penetro
penētrō
verb
To put

penetro
penetrō
verb
To put

Peneus
Pēnēus
adjective
Penean

Peneus
Pēnēus
noun
a principal river in Thessaly

penicillum
pēnicillum
noun
A painter's brush or pencil

penicillus
pēnicillus
noun
A painter's brush or pencil

peniculamentum
pēniculāmentum
noun
A tail

peniculus
pēniculus
noun
A brush

peninsula
pēninsula
noun
a peninsula

peninsula
pēninsula
cross-reference

Peninus
Penīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Pennine Alps

Peninus
Penīnus
adjective

penis
pēnis
noun
a tail

penissime
pēnissimē
adverb

penite
penitē
adverb
inwardly

penitum
penitum
noun
the inmost parts

penitus
penitus
adjective
inward

penitus
pēnītus
adjective
furnished with or having a tail

penitus
penitus
adverb
inwardly

Penius
Penius
noun
a river in Colchis

penna
penna
noun
a feather

pennarium
pennārium
noun
a receptacle for pens

pennatulus
pennātulus
adjective
provided with wings

pennatum
pennātum
noun
winged creatures

pennatus
pennātus
adjective
furnished with wings

pennesco
pennescō
verb
to put forth feathers or wings

pennifer
pennifer
adjective
feathered

penniger
penniger
adjective
feathered

Penninus
Pennīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Pennine Alps

pennipes
pennipēs
adjective
that has wings on his feet

pennipotens
pennipotens
adjective
able to fly

pennor
pennor
verb
to put forth wings

pennula
pennula
noun
a little wing

Pennus
Pennus
noun
a Roman surname

pennus
pennus
adjective
pointed

pensa
pensa
noun
a day's provisions

pensabilis
pensābilis
adjective
reparable

pensatio
pensātiō
noun
a weighing

pense
pensē
adverb
carefully

pensiculate
pensiculātē
adverb
carefully

pensiculator
pensiculātor
noun
a weigher

pensiculo
pensiculō
verb
to weigh

pensile
pensile
noun
Fruit hung up to be preserved

pensilis
pensilis
adjective
hanging

pensim
pensim
adverb

pensio
pensiō
noun
A weight

pensitatio
pensitātiō
noun
a paying

pensitator
pensitātor
noun
one who weighs or considers

pensito
pensitō
verb
to weigh

pensiuncula
pensiuncula
noun
a small payment

penso
pensō
verb
to weigh or weigh out carefully

pensor
pensor
noun
one who weighs or considers

pensum
pensum
noun

pensum
pensum
noun
something weighed

pensura
pensūra
noun
a weighing

pensus
pensus
adjective

pensus
pensus
adjective
weighed

pentachordus
pentachordus
adjective
five-stringed

pentacontarchus
pentacontarchus
noun
a commander of fifty men

pentadactylus
pentadactylus
noun
a pentadactyl

pentadoros
pentadōros
adjective
containing five palms or hand-breadths

pentaetericus
pentaetēricus
adjective
containing five palms or hand-breadths

pentagonium
pentagōnium
noun
a pentagon

pentagonius
pentagōnius
adjective
quinquangular

pentagonum
pentagōnum
noun

pentagonus
pentagōnus
adjective
quinquangular

pentameter
pentameter
noun
a pentameter

pentanummus
pentanummus
noun
a silver coin of the value of five asses

pentanumus
pentanūmus
noun
a silver coin of the value of five asses

pentapetes
pentapetes
noun
five-leaf

pentapharmacum
pentapharmacum
noun
a meal consisting of five dishes

pentaphyllon
pentaphyllon
noun
five-leaved grass

Pentapolis
Pentapolis
noun
A district of five towns on the Dead Sea

Pentapolitanus
Pentapolitānus
adjective
of or belonging to Pentapolis

pentaprotia
pentaprōtīa
noun
the first five men

pentaptotum
pentaptōtum
noun
nouns that have five cases

pentas
pentās
noun
the number five

pentasemus
pentasēmus
adjective
that has five marks or divisions of time

pentaspaston
pentaspaston
noun
a tackle with five pulleys

pentasphaerus
pentasphaerus
adjective
a kind of costly spice

pentastichoe
pentastichoē
adverb
having five rows of columns

pentasyllabus
pentasyllabus
adjective
having five syllables

Pentateuchum
Pentateuchum
noun
the five books of Moses

Pentateuchus
Pentateuchus
noun
the five books of Moses

pentathlos
pentathlos
noun
one who practised the five exercises

pentathlum
pentathlum
noun
one who practised the five exercises

pentathlus
pentathlus
noun
one who practised the five exercises

pentatomon
pentatomon
noun
five-leaf

Pentecostalis
Pentēcostālis
adjective
of or belonging to Whitsuntide

Pentecoste
Pentēcostē
noun
the fiftieth day after Easter

Pentelensis
Pentelensis
adjective
Pentelic

Pentelicus
Pentelicus
adjective
of or belonging to a mountain near Athens

penteloris
pentelōris
adjective
having five thongs or five stripes

penteris
pentēris
noun
a ship

pentethronicus
pentethronicus
adjective

Pentheius
Penthēius
adjective

Pentheius
Penthēius
adjective
of or belonging to Pentheus

penthemimeres
penthēmimeres
noun
a part of a verse

penthemimeris
penthēmimeris
noun
a part of a verse

Penthesilea
Penthesilēa
noun
a queen of the Amazons

Pentheus
Pentheus
noun
son of Echion and Agave

Pentheus
Penthēus
adjective
of or belonging to Pentheus

Penthides
Penthīdēs
noun
a male descendant of Pentheus

pentorobon
pentorobon
noun
a plant

Pentrus
Pentrus
noun
a Samnite people

penu
penu
cross-reference

penu
penu
noun
Store or provision of food provisions

penuarius
penuārius
adjective
of or for provisions

penula
pēnula
noun
a woollen outer garment covering the whole body

penula
pēnula
noun

penultimus
pēnultimus
adjective
the last but one

penultimus
pēnultimus
adjective

penum
penum
noun
Store or provision of food provisions

penuria
pēnūria
noun
want

penus
penus
noun
Store or provision of food provisions

Peparethius
Peparēthius
adjective
of or belonging to Peparethos

Peparethos
Peparēthos
noun
Peparethus

Peparethus
Peparēthus
noun
Peparethus

peplis
peplis
noun
the name of two plants

peplium
peplium
noun
a medicinal plant

peplum
peplum
noun
the robe of state of Minerva

peplum
pēplum
noun
the robe of state of Minerva

peplus
peplus
noun
the robe of state of Minerva

peplus
pēplus
noun
the robe of state of Minerva

pepo
pepō
noun
a species of large melon

pepticus
pepticus
adjective
that promotes digestion

pepunculus
pepunculus
noun
a small pumpkin

Pepuzita
Pepuzīta
noun
a sort of heretics

per
per
preposition
through

pera
pēra
noun
a bag

perabjectus
perabjectus
adjective
deeply humbled

perabsurdus
perabsurdus
adjective
very absurd

peraccommodatus
peraccommodātus
adjective
very suitable

peracer
perācer
cross-reference
very sharp

peracerbus
peracerbus
adjective
very harsh

peracesco
peracescō
verb
to become sour through and through

peractio
peractiō
noun
a finishing

peractus
peractus
adjective

peracute
peracūtē
adverb
very sharply

peracutus
peracūtus
adjective
very sharp

peradpositus
peradpositus
adjective
very suitable or apposite

peradpositus
peradpositus
adjective

peradulescens
peradulescens
adjective
very young

peradulescentulus
peradulescentulus
noun
a very young man

Peraea
Peraea
noun
a city in Aeolis

Peraea
Peraea
noun
A strip of land in Caria

peraedificatus
peraedificātus
adjective
completely built

peraequatio
peraequātiō
noun
a making perfectly equal

peraequator
peraequātor
noun
an equalizer

peraeque
peraequē
adverb
quite equally or evenly

peraequo
peraequō
verb
to make quite equal

peraestimo
peraestimō
verb
to esteem greatly

peragito
peragitō
verb
to drive or hunt about greatly

perago
peragō
verb
To thrust through

peragrans
perāgrans
cross-reference

peragrans
peragrans
cross-reference

peragranter
peragranter
adverb
in roving about

peragratio
peragrātiō
noun
a wandering or travelling through

peragratio
perāgrātiō
noun
a wandering or travelling through

peragratrix
perāgrātrix
noun
she that wanders or travels through

peragratrix
peragrātrix
noun
she that wanders or travels through

peragror
peragror
verb

peragro
peragrō
verb
to wander or travel through or over

peragro
perāgrō
verb
to wander or travel through or over

peralbus
peralbus
adjective
very white

peramans
peramans
adjective
very loving

peramanter
peramanter
adverb
very lovingly

peramarus
peramārus
adjective
very bitter or hostile

perambulo
perambulō
verb
to ramble through

peramicus
peramīcus
adjective
very friendly

peramoenus
peramoenus
adjective
very pleasant

peramplus
peramplus
adjective
very large

peranceps
peranceps
adjective
very doubtful

peranguste
perangustē
adverb
very narrowly

perangustus
perangustus
adjective
very narrow

Peranna
Peranna
cross-reference

peranno
perannō
verb
to live through a year

perantiquus
perantīquus
adjective
very ancient

perappositus
perappositus
adjective
very suitable or apposite

perardeo
perardeō
verb
to burn violently

perarduus
perarduus
adjective
very difficult

peraresco
perārescō
verb
to grow very dry

perargutus
perargūtus
adjective
Very shrill

peraridus
perāridus
adjective
very dry

perarmo
perarmō
verb
to arm or equip well

peraro
perarō
verb
to plough through

perasper
perasper
adjective
very rough

perastutulus
perastūtulus
adjective
very crafty

peraticum
perāticum
noun
a species of the bdellium-tree

peratim
pērātim
adverb
by bags or wallets

perattente
perattentē
adverb
very attentively

perattentus
perattentus
adjective
very attentive

peratticus
peratticus
adjective
very Attic

peraudiendus
peraudiendus
adjective

perbacchor
perbacchor
verb
v. dep. a

perbasio
perbāsiō
verb
to kiss heartily

perbeatus
perbeātus
adjective
very fortunate

perbelle
perbellē
adverb
very prettily

perbene
perbenē
adverb
very well

per benemeritus
per benemeritus
adjective
very well deserved

perbenevolus
perbenevolus
adjective
very friendly

perbenigne
perbenignē
adverb
very kindly

Perbibesia
Perbibesia
cross-reference

perbibo
perbibō
verb
To drink or suck up

perbito
perbītō
verb
To go over

perblande
perblandē
adverb
very winningly

perblandus
perblandus
adjective
very courteous or charming

perbonus
perbonus
adjective
very good

perbrevis
perbrevis
adjective
very short

perbreviter
perbreviter
adverb
very briefly

perbullio
perbulliō
verb
to boil thoroughly

perca
perca
noun
a kind of fish

percaedo
percaedō
verb
to cut up completely

percalefacio
percalefaciō
verb

percalefio
percalefīō
verb

percalesco
percalescō
verb
to become very warm

percalfio
percalfīō
verb

percalleo
percalleō
verb
to know or understand well

percallesco
percallescō
verb
to become very hardened

percandefacio
percandefaciō
verb
to make very hot

percandidus
percandidus
adjective
very white

percarus
percārus
adjective
very dear

percautus
percautus
adjective
very cautious

percedo
percēdō
verb

perceleber
perceleber
adjective
very famous

percelebro
percelebrō
verb
to practise

perceler
perceler
adjective
very quick or swift

perceleriter
perceleriter
adverb
very quickly

percello
percellō
verb
to beat down

percen
percen
adverb

percenseo
percenseō
verb
to go through or over

percensio
percensiō
noun
a going over

perceptibilis
perceptibilis
adjective
Perceptible

perceptibilis
perceptībilis
adjective
Perceptible

perceptio
perceptiō
noun
a taking

perceptor
perceptor
noun
a receiver

perceptum
perceptum
noun

perceptum
perceptum
noun
doctrines

perceptus
perceptus
adjective

perceptus
perceptus
adjective
perceived

percernis
percernis
adjective
easily visible

percido
percīdō
verb
to beat or cut to pieces

percieo
percieō
verb
to move or rouse greatly

percingo
percingō
verb

percio
perciō
verb

percio
perciō
verb
to move or rouse greatly

percipibilis
percipibilis
adjective
perceptible

percipio
percipiō
verb
to take wholly

percis
percis
noun

percisus
percīsus
adjective

percito
percitō
verb
to excite thoroughly

percitus
percitus
adjective
greatly moved

percitus
percitus
adjective

percivilis
percīvīlis
adjective
very courteous

perclamo
perclāmō
verb

perclaresco
perclārescō
verb
to become very clear

percludo
perclūdō
verb

percnopterus
percnopterus
noun
a mountain-stork

percnos
percnos
noun
a kind of eagle

percnus
percnus
noun
a kind of eagle

percoctus
percoctus
adjective

percoenare
percoenārē
adverb

percognitus
percognitus
adjective

percognitus
percognitus
adjective
well known

percognosco
percognoscō
verb
to become perfectly acquainted with

percolapho
percolaphō
verb
to buffet well

percolatio
percōlātiō
noun
a straining through

percolo
percōlō
verb
to strain through

percolo
percolō
verb
To cultivate

percolopo
percolopō
verb
to box the ears

percomis
percōmis
adjective
very friendly

percommode
percommodē
adverb
very suitably

percommodus
percommodus
adjective
very suitable

perconor
percōnor
verb
to carry out

percontatio
percontātiō
noun
an asking

percontative
percontātīvē
adverb
inquiringly

percontativus
percontātīvus
adjective
universally known

percontator
percontātor
noun
an asker

percontatum
percontatum
noun
a fundamental truth

percontor
percontor
verb

perconto
percontō
verb
to question strictly or particularly

percontor
percontor
verb
to ask particularly

percontumax
percontumax
adjective
very obstinate

percooperio
percooperiō
verb
to cover entirely

percopiose
percōpiōsē
adverb
very abundantly supplied

percopiosus
percōpiōsus
adjective
very abundantly supplied

percoquo
percoquō
verb
to boil or cook thoroughly

Percosius
Percōsius
adjective
of or belonging to Percosius

Percote
Percōtē
noun
a Trojan town on the coast of Mysia

percrassus
percrassus
adjective
very thick

percrebesco
percrēbescō
verb
to become very frequent or prevalent

percrepo
percrepō
verb
to sound very much

percresco
percrescō
verb
to grow greatly

percribro
percrībrō
verb
to sift thoroughly

percrucio
percruciō
verb
to torment or vex greatly

percrudus
percrūdus
adjective
quite raw

percudo
percūdō
verb
to strike or break through

perculsus
perculsus
noun
a shock

perculsus
perculsus
adjective

percultor
percultor
noun
an ardent adorer or reverencer

percultus
percultus
adjective

percultus
percultus
adjective

percumbo
percumbō
verb

percunctatio
percunctātiō
noun

percunctatio
percunctātiō
noun
an asking

percunctative
percunctātīvē
adverb

percunctativus
percunctātīvus
adjective
universally known

percunctativus
percunctātīvus
adverb

percunctator
percunctātor
noun

percunctator
percunctātor
noun
an asker

percuncto
percunctō
verb
to question strictly or particularly

percunctor
percunctor
verb
to ask particularly

percunctor
percunctor
verb

percuncto
percunctō
verb

percupidus
percupidus
adjective
very partial to

percupio
percupiō
cross-reference
to wish greatly

percuriosus
percūriōsus
adjective
very curious or inquisitive

percuro
percūrō
verb
to heal thoroughly

percurro
percurrō
verb
to run through

percursatio
percursātiō
noun
a running or travelling through

percursio
percursiō
noun
a running through or over

percurso
percursō
verb
to run or range through

percursor
percursor
noun
one who runs through

percursus
percursus
adjective

percussibilis
percussibilis
adjective
penetrating

percussio
percussiō
noun
a beating

percussionalis
percussiōnālis
adjective
adapted for striking

percussor
percussor
noun
a striker

percussura
percussūra
noun
a blow

percussus
percussus
noun
a beating

percussus
percussus
adjective

percutio
percutiō
verb
To strike through and through

perdagatus
perdāgātus
adjective
explored

perdecipio
perdēcipiō
verb
to deceive utterly

perdecorus
perdecōrus
adjective
very comely

perdefessus
perdēfessus
adjective
worn out

perdefleo
perdēfleo
verb
to lament

perdeleo
perdēleō
verb
to destroy utterly

perdelirus
perdēlīrus
adjective
very silly or foolish

perdensus
perdensus
adjective
very compact

perdeo
perdeō
cross-reference

perdepso
perdepsō
verb
to knead over

perdicalis
perdīcālis
adjective
of or belonging to partridges

Perdicca
Perdicca
noun
Perdiccas

Perdiccas
Perdiccās
noun
Perdiccas

perdicium
perdīcium
noun
Pellitory

perdico
perdīcō
verb
to say out

perdifficilis
perdifficilis
adjective
very difficult

perdifficiliter
perdifficiliter
adverb
with great difficulty

perdignus
perdignus
adjective
very worthy

perdiligens
perdīligens
adjective
very diligent

perdiligenter
perdīligenter
adverb
very diligently

perdisco
perdiscō
verb
to learn thoroughly or completely

perdiserte
perdisertē
adverb
very eloquently

perdisertus
perdisertus
adjective
very eloquent

perdite
perditē
adverb
In an abandoned manner

perditim
perditim
adverb
desperately

perditio
perditiō
noun
ruin

perditor
perditor
noun
a ruiner

perditrix
perditrix
noun
she that ruins or destroys

perditus
perditus
adjective

perditus
perditus
adjective
lost

perdiu
perdiu
adverb
for a great while

perdius
perdius
adjective
all day long

perdiuturnus
perdiuturnus
adjective
that lasts a very long time

perdives
perdīves
noun
very rich

perdivisus
perdīvīsus
adjective
wholly parted from

Perdix
Perdix
noun
the nephew of Daedalus

perdix
perdix
noun
a partridge

perdo
perdō
verb
to make away with

perdoceo
perdoceō
verb
to teach or instruct thoroughly

perdocte
perdoctē
adverb
very skilfully

perdoctus
perdoctus
adjective
very learned

perdoleo
perdoleō
verb
to pain or grieve greatly

perdolesco
perdolescō
verb
to feel great pain or grief

perdolisco
perdoliscō
verb
to feel great pain or grief

perdolo
perdolō
verb
to hew out

perdominor
perdominor
verb
to rule or reign throughout

perdomitor
perdomitor
noun
a tamer

perdomitus
perdomitus
adjective

perdomo
perdomō
verb
To tame or subdue thoroughly

perdormisco
perdormiscō
verb
to sleep on

perduco
perdūcō
verb
to lead or bring through

perductio
perductiō
noun
a leading

perducto
perductō
verb
to lead

perductor
perductor
noun
a leader

perductus
perductus
adjective

perdudum
perdūdum
adverb
a very long time ago

perduellio
perduelliō
noun
Hostile conduct against one's country

perduellis
perduellis
noun
a public enemy

perduellum
perduellum
cross-reference

perduis
perduis
cross-reference

perdulcis
perdulcis
adjective
very sweet

perduro
perdūrō
verb
to make hard

perdurus
perdūrus
adjective
very hard

Peredia
Peredia
noun
Gobbledom

peredo
perēdō
verb
to give forth

peredo
peredō
verb
to eat up

perefflo
perefflō
verb
to breathe out entirely

pereffluo
pereffluō
verb
to flow through

pereger
pereger
noun
who is on a journey

peregre
peregrē
adverb
abroad

peregregius
perēgregius
adjective
very excellent

peregri
peregrī
adverb

peregri
peregrī
cross-reference
abroad

peregrina
peregrīna
noun
a foreign woman

peregrinabundus
peregrīnābundus
adjective
travelling about

peregrinat
peregrīnat
cross-reference

peregrinatio
peregrīnātiō
noun
a being or living abroad

peregrinator
peregrīnātor
noun
one who travels about

peregrinitas
peregrīnitās
noun
The condition of a

peregrinor
peregrīnor
verb
to be or live in foreign parts

peregrinulus
peregrīnulus
adjective
estranged

peregrinus
peregrīnus
noun
a foreigner

peregrinus
peregrīnus
adjective
that comes from foreign parts

peregris
peregris
noun
who is on a journey

perelegans
perēlegans
adjective
very neat

pereleganter
perēleganter
adjective
very finely

perelixo
perēlixō
verb
to boil thoroughly

pereloquens
perēloquens
adjective
very eloquent

peremensus
perēmensus
adjective
all measured out

peremne
peremne
noun

peremne
peremne
noun
the auspices taken by magistrates on crossing a river or a spring

peremnis
peremnis
adjective
that lasts or continues the year through

peremnis
peremnis
adjective
of or belonging to crossing a river

peremo
peremō
verb
to take away entirely

peremo
peremō
verb

peremptalis
peremptālis
adjective
of or belonging to destruction or abolition

peremptio
peremptiō
noun
a destroying

peremptor
peremptor
noun
a destroyer

peremptorie
peremptōriē
adverb
in a peremptory manner

peremptorius
peremptōrius
adjective
destructive

peremptrix
peremptrix
noun
she that destroys or kills

peremptus
peremptus
adjective

peremtio
peremtiō
noun
a destroying

peremtor
peremtor
noun
a destroyer

peremtoremptorie
peremtōremptōriē
adverb
in a peremptory manner

peremtoremptorius
peremtōremptōrius
adjective
destructive

peremtremptrix
peremtremptrix
noun
she that destroys or kills

peremtus
peremtus
adjective

perendie
perendiē
adverb
on the day after to-morrow

perendinatio
perendinātiō
noun
a putting off till the day after to-morrow

perendinus
perendinus
adjective
after to-morrow

Perenna
Perenna
noun

perenne
perennē
adverb
all the year through

perennis
perennis
adjective
that lasts or continues the year through

perenniservus
perenniservus
noun
one who is always a slave

perennitas
perennitās
noun
lastingness

perenniter
perenniter
adverb
constantly

perenno
perennō
verb
to keep or preserve long

perenticida
perenticīda
noun
a cutpurse

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
adjective

perevacuo
perēvacuō
verb
to empty quite

perexcelsus
perexcelsus
adjective
very high

perexcrucio
perexcruciō
cross-reference

perexeo
perexeō
verb
v. n. irr

perexigue
perexiguē
adverb
very little

perexiguus
perexiguus
adjective
very small

perexilis
perexīlis
adjective
very slender

perexoptatus
perexoptātus
adjective
greatly desired

perexplicatus
perexplicātus
adjective
wholly completed

perexsiccatus
perexsiccātus
adjective
quite dried up

perextimeo
perextimeō
verb
to fear greatly

perextimesco
perextimescō
verb
to fear greatly

perfabrico
perfabricō
verb
to work or use up

perfacete
perfacētē
adverb
very wittily

perfacetus
perfacētus
adjective
very witty

perfacile
perfacilē
adverb
Very easily

perfacilis
perfacilis
adjective
Very easy

perfacul
perfacul
cross-reference

perfacundus
perfācundus
adjective
very eloquent

perfamiliaris
perfamiliāris
noun
a very intimate or familiar friend

perfamiliaris
perfamiliāris
adjective
very intimate

perfatuus
perfatuus
adjective
very foolish

perfecte
perfectē
adverb
fully

perfectio
perfectiō
noun
a finishing

perfectissimatus
perfectissimātus
noun
the rank and station of a

perfector
perfector
noun
a finisher

perfectrix
perfectrix
noun
she that finishes or perfects

perfectus
perfectus
adjective
finished

perfectus
perfectus
adjective

perfectus
perfectus
noun
a finishing or perfecting

perfecundus
perfēcundus
adjective
very fruitful

perferens
perferens
adjective

perferens
perferens
adjective
bearing

perferentia
perferentia
noun
a bearing

perfero
perferō
verb
to bear or carry through

perferus
perferus
adjective
very wild or savage

perfervefio
perfervefīō
verb
to become very hot

perferveo
perferveō
verb
to be very hot

perfervidus
perfervidus
cross-reference

Perfica
Perfica
noun
the finishing or completing goddess

Perfica
Perfica
noun

perficio
perficiō
verb
to achieve

perficus
perficus
adjective
completing

perfide
perfidē
adverb
faithlessly

perfidelis
perfidēlis
adjective
very trusty

perfidens
perfīdens
adjective
trusting greatly

perfidia
perfidia
noun
faithlessness

perfidiose
perfidiōsē
adverb
faithlessly

perfidiosus
perfidiōsus
adjective
faithless

perfidus
perfidus
noun
a scoundrel

perfidus
perfidus
adjective
that breaks his promise

perfigo
perfīgō
verb
to pierce through

perfines
perfines
cross-reference

perfingo
perfingō
verb
to form

perfixus
perfixus
adjective
transfixed

perfixus
perfixus
adjective

perflabilis
perflābilis
adjective
that can be blown through

perflagitiosus
perflāgitiōsus
adjective
very shameful

perflagratus
perflagrātus
adjective
blazing greatly

perflamen
perflāmen
noun
a blowing through

perflatilis
perflātilis
adjective
that can be blown through

perflatio
perflātiō
noun
a blowing through

perflatus
perflātus
noun
a blowing through

perfletus
perflētus
adjective
having bewailed her case to excess

perflo
perflō
verb
to blow through or over

perfluctuo
perfluctuō
verb
to flow through

perfluo
perfluō
verb
to flow or run through

perfluus
perfluus
adjective
flowing

perfoco
perfōcō
verb
to stifle

perfodio
perfodiō
verb
To dig through

perfoecundus
perfoecundus
cross-reference

perfoecundus
perfoecundus
adjective
very fruitful

perfoederatus
perfoederātus
adjective
strongly leagued together

perforaculum
perforāculum
noun
a borer

performido
performīdō
verb
to fear greatly

performidolosus
performīdolōsus
adjective
very fearful

performo
performō
verb
to form thoroughly

perforo
perforō
verb
to bore through

perfortiter
perfortiter
adverb
very bravely

perfossio
perfossiō
noun
a digging through

perfosso
perfossō
verb
to dig through

perfossor
perfossor
noun
a digger through

perfossura
perfossūra
noun
a digging through

perfossus
perfossus
adjective

perfoveo
perfoveō
verb
to warm through

perfractus
perfractus
adjective

perfragrans
perfragrans
adjective
very fragrant

perfremo
perfremō
verb
to roar or snort along

perfrequens
perfrequens
adjective
very crowded

perfreto
perfretō
verb
to sail over

perfrico
perfricō
verb
to rub all over

perfrictio
perfrictiō
noun
a rubbing

perfrictio
perfrictiō
noun
a catching cold

perfrictiuncula
perfrictiuncula
noun
a slight cold

perfrictus
perfrictus
adjective

perfrigefacio
perfrīgefaciō
verb
to make very cold

perfrigeo
perfrīgeō
verb
to take cold

perfrigero
perfrīgerō
verb
to make cold

perfrigesco
perfrīgescō
verb
to grow very cold

perfrigidus
perfrīgidus
adjective
very cold

perfringo
perfringō
verb
to break through

perfrio
perfriō
verb
to rub to pieces

perfrivolus
perfrīvolus
adjective
very worthless

perfructio
perfructiō
noun
complete enjoyment or fruition

perfructus
perfructus
adjective

perfruitio
perfruitiō
noun
complete enjoyment or fruition

perfruitio
perfruitiō
noun

perfruor
perfruor
verb
to

perfuga
perfuga
noun
a deserter

perfugio
perfugiō
verb
to flee

perfugium
perfugium
noun
a place to flee to

perfulcio
perfulciō
verb
to prop up

perfulgerat
perfulgerat
cross-reference
it flashes or gleams brightly

perfulgurat
perfulgurat
cross-reference
it flashes or gleams brightly

perfunctio
perfunctiō
noun
a performing

perfunctorie
perfunctōriē
adverb
slightly

perfunctorius
perfunctōrius
adjective
done in a careless or superficial manner

perfunctus
perfunctus
adjective

perfundo
perfundō
verb
to pour over

perfungorr
perfungor
cross-reference
to fulfil

perfuro
perfuro
verb
to rage through

perfuse
perfūsē
adverb
profusely

perfusio
perfūsiō
noun
a pouring over or upon

perfusor
perfūsor
noun
one who pours water over another

perfusorie
perfūsōriē
adverb
slightly

perfusorius
perfūsōrius
adjective
merely wetting or moistening

perfusus
perfūsus
adjective

Pergamena
Pergamēna
noun
parchment

Pergamena
Pergamēna
noun
the country about Pergamum

Pergamenus
Pergamēnus
adjective
of or belonging to Pergamum in Mysia

Pergamenus
Pergamēnus
cross-reference

Pergamenus
Pergamēnus
noun
the inhabitants of Pergamum

Pergameus
Pergameus
adjective
Trojan

Pergameus
Pergameus
adjective

Pergameus
Pergameus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Pergamum

Pergamina
Pergamīna
noun
parchment

Pergamis
Pergamis
noun
a city in Epirus

Pergamon
Pergamon
noun
the citadel of Troy

Pergamum
Pergamum
noun
a city in Creta

Pergamum
Pergamum
noun
the citadel of Troy

Pergamum
Pergamum
noun

Pergamum
Pergamum
noun
the citadel of Troy

Pergamum
Pergamum
noun
a city in Mysia

pergaudeo
pergaudeō
verb
to rejoice greatly

pergenitus
pergenitus
adjective
engendered

perglisco
pergliscō
verb
to become quite fat

pergnarus
pergnārus
adjective
that has a thorough knowledge of

pergo
pergō
verb
to go

pergracilis
pergracilis
adjective
very slender

pergraecor
pergraecor
verb
to live just like the Greeks

pergrandesco
pergrandescō
verb
to grow very large

pergrandis
pergrandis
adjective
very large

pergraphicus
pergraphicus
adjective
very skilful

pergratus
pergrātus
adjective
very agreeable

pergravis
pergravis
adjective
very weighty or grave

pergraviter
pergraviter
adverb
very gravely

pergula
pergula
noun
A projection or shed

pergulana
pergulāna
adjective
a vine trained over an arbor

Pergus
Pergus
noun
a lake in Sicily

pergustus
pergustus
noun
taste

perhaurio
perhauriō
verb
to drain completely

perhaustus
perhaustus
adjective

perhibeo
perhibeō
verb
to hold out

perhibitus
perhibitus
adjective

perhiemo
perhiemō
verb
to winter

perhilum
perhīlum
adverb
very little

perhonestus
perhonestus
adjective
very honorable

perhonorifice
perhonōrificē
adverb
very respectfully

perhonorificus
perhonōrificus
adjective
That

perhorreo
perhorreō
verb
to tremble or shudder greatly at

perhorresco
perhorrescō
verb
to tremble or shudder greatly

perhorridus
perhorridus
adjective
very dreadful or frightful

perhumaniter
perhūmāniter
adverb
very kindly

perhumanus
perhūmānus
adjective
very kind

perhyemo
perhyemō
verb
to winter

perhyemo
perhyemō
verb

Perialogos
Perialogos
noun
The Very Unreasonable

periambus
periambus
noun
A metrical foot

Periander
Periander
noun
son of Cypselus

periboetos
periboētos
noun
cried up

peribolus
peribolus
noun
the circuit

Peribomius
Peribōmius
noun
the name of a shameless person

pericarpum
pericarpum
noun
a kind of bulbous plant

perichristarion
perichristārion
noun
a kind of eye-salve

perichyte
perichytē
noun
a kind of gladiatorial combat

Pericles
Perīcles
noun
a famous Athenian orator and statesman

Pericles
Pericles
noun
a famous Athenian orator and statesman

periclitabundus
perīclitābundus
adjective
trying

periclitatio
perīclitātiō
noun
a trying

periclitatus
perīclitātus
adjective
tried

periclitor
perīclitor
verb
to try

periclum
perīclum
noun
a trial

periclymenos
perīclymenos
noun
a climbing plant

periclymenos
periclymenos
noun
a climbing plant

Periclymenus
Periclymenus
noun
son of Neleus and brother of Nestor

periclymenus
periclymenus
noun
a climbing plant

Periclymenus
Perīclymenus
noun
son of Neleus and brother of Nestor

periclymenus
perīclymenus
noun
a climbing plant

pericope
pericopē
noun
a section

periculor
perīculor
verb

periculose
perīculōsē
adverb
dangerously

periculosus
perīculōsus
adjective
dangerous

periculum
perīculum
noun
a trial

peridoneus
peridōneus
adjective
very fit

Periegesis
Periēgēsis
noun
a leading round

periegeticus
periēgēticus
noun
the writer of travels

perihodus
perihodus
noun
A complete sentence

perileucos
perileucos
noun
a precious stone

Perilla
Perilla
noun
a female proper name

Perilleus
Perillēus
adjective
of or belonging to Perillus

Perillus
Perillus
noun
a famous Athenian worker in metal

perillustris
perillustris
adjective
Very brilliant

perimachia
perimachia
noun
an attack

perimbecillus
perimbecillus
adjective
very weak or feeble

Perimedeus
Perimēdēus
adjective
of or belonging to the sorceress Perimede

Perimele
Perimēlē
noun
a nymph

perimetros
perimetros
noun
a circumference

perimo
perimō
verb
to take away entirely

perimpeditus
perimpedītus
adjective
very much obstructed

Perimula
Perimūla
noun
a promontory in India

perinaeon
perinaeon
noun
the space between the sexual parts and the fundament

perincertus
perincertus
adjective
very uncertain

perincommode
perincommodē
adverb
very inconveniently

perincommodus
perincommodus
adjective
very inconvenient

perinconsequens
perinconsequens
adjective
very inconsequent

perinde
perindē
adverb
in the same manner

perindigeo
perindigeō
verb
to need very much

perindigne
perindignē
adverb
very indignantly

perindignus
perindignus
adjective
very unworthy

perindulgens
perindulgens
adjective
very indulgent

perineon
perinēon
noun
the space between the sexual parts and the fundament

perineon
perinēon
noun

perinfamis
perinfāmis
adjective
very infamous

perinfirmus
perinfirmus
adjective
very weak or feeble

peringeniosus
peringeniōsus
adjective
of good natural abilities

peringratus
peringrātus
adjective
very ungrateful

periniquus
perinīquus
adjective
Very unfair

perinjurius
perinjūrius
adjective
very unjust

perinsignis
perinsignis
adjective
very remarkable

perinsolens
perinsolens
adjective
very unusual

perinteger
perinteger
adjective
very honest

Perinthius
Perinthius
adjective
Perinthian

Perinthos
Perinthos
noun
a city of Thrace

Perinthus
Perinthus
noun
a city of Thrace

perinundo
perinundō
verb
to overflow or inundate completely

perinungo
perinungō
verb
to anoint all over

perinvisus
perinvīsus
adjective
much hated

perinvitus
perinvītus
adjective
very unwilling

perior
perior
verb

Periocha
Periocha
noun
a summary

periodeuta
periodeuta
noun
one that goes about

periodicus
periodicus
adjective
that returns at stated times

periodus
periodus
noun
A complete sentence

periosteon
periosteon
noun
the membrane which surrounds the bone

Peripateticus
Peripatēticus
noun
a disciple of the Peripatetic school

Peripateticus
Peripatēticus
noun
philosophers of the Peripatetic

Peripateticus
Peripatēticus
adjective
of or belonging to the Peripatetic

periperipleumoniacus
periperipleumoniacus
adjective
of or belonging to consumption

periperipleumonicus
periperipleumonicus
adjective
of or belonging to consumption

peripetasmate
peripetasmate
noun
coverings

Periphas
Periphas
adjective
A king of Attica

peripheres
peripherēs
noun
moving

peripheria
peripherīa
noun
a circumference

Periphoretus
Periphorētus
noun
an epithet of Artemon

periphrasis
periphrasis
noun
a circumlocution

periplus
periplus
noun
a sailing round

peripneumonia
peripneumonia
noun
pulmonary consumption

peripneumonicus
peripneumonicus
noun
a consumptive person

peripneumonicus
peripneumonicus
adjective
of or belonging to consumption

peripsema
peripsēma
noun
offscouring

peripteros
peripteros
adjective
surrounded with a row of columns on the outside

periratus
perīrātus
adjective
very angry

periscelis
periscelis
noun
a leg-band

periscelium
periscelium
noun
an anklet

perisseuma
perisseuma
cross-reference

perissochoregia
perissochorēgia
noun
a present over and above

perissologia
perissologia
noun
redundancy of expression

perisson
perisson
noun
the name of a plant

peristasis
peristasis
noun
a subject

peristereon
peristereon
noun
vervain

peristereos
peristereos
noun
vervain

peristroma
peristrōma
noun
a covering

peristrophe
peristrophē
noun
a turning about

peristylium
peristȳlium
noun
a place surrounded with columns on the inside

peristylum
peristȳlum
noun
the part of a building enclosing the court-yard

perite
perītē
adverb
in an experienced manner

Perithous
Pērīthous
cross-reference

peritia
perītia
noun
experience

peritissimus
perītissimus
noun
a man of extraordinary skill

perito
peritō
verb

peritonaeos
peritonaeos
adjective
of or belonging to the peritoneum

peritonaeum
peritonaeum
noun
the membrane enclosing the intestines contained in the abdomen

peritoneum
peritonēum
noun
the membrane enclosing the intestines contained in the abdomen

peritteuma
peritteuma
cross-reference

peritus
perītus
adjective
experienced

perixyomenos
perixyomenos
adjective
scraping himself

perizoma
perizōma
noun
a girdle

perjeratiuncula
perjerātiuncula
noun
a petty perjury

perjero
perjerō
verb

perjero
perjerō
cross-reference
to swear falsely

perjucunde
perjūcundē
adverb
very agreeably

perjucundus
perjūcundus
adjective
very agreeable

perjuriosus
perjūriōsus
adjective
full of perjury

perjurium
perjūrium
noun
a false oath

perjuro
perjūrō
verb

perjuro
perjūrō
cross-reference
to swear falsely

perjurus
perjūrus
adjective
who breaks his oath

perlabor
perlābor
verb
to slip or glide through

perlaetus
perlaetus
adjective
very joyful or glad

perlapsus
perlapsus
adjective

perlate
perlātē
adverb
very widely

perlateo
perlateō
verb
to lie completely hid

perlatio
perlātiō
noun
A bearing away

perlator
perlātor
noun
a bearer

perlatrix
perlātrix
noun
she that bears or carries

perlatus
perlātus
adjective

perlaudabilis
perlaudābilis
adjective
very commendable

perlavo
perlavō
verb
to wash or bathe thoroughly

perlaxo
perlaxō
verb
to relax greatly

perlecebra
perlecēbra
noun
an enticement

perlecebra
perlecebra
noun
an enticement

perlectio
perlectiō
cross-reference

perlego
perlegō
verb
to view all over

perlepide
perlepidē
adverb
very pleasantly

perlepidus
perlepidus
cross-reference

perlevis
perlevis
adjective
very light

perleviter
perleviter
adverb
very lightly

perlibens
perlibens
adjective
med

perlibens
perlibens
adjective
doing or seeing a thing very willingly

perlibenter
perlibenter
adverb
very willingly

perlibeo
perlibeō
verb
it is very pleasing or agreeable

perliberalis
perlīberālis
adjective
very well bred

perliberaliter
perlīberāliter
adverb
very graciously

perlibratio
perlībrātiō
noun
a levelling

perlibro
perlībrō
verb
to make exactly level

perliceo
perliceō
verb
it is perfectly allowable

perlicio
perliciō
verb
to allure

perlicio
perliciō
verb

perlimo
perlīmō
verb
to file

perlinio
perliniō
verb

perlinio
perliniō
verb
to smear all over

perlino
perlino
verb
to smear all over

perliquidus
perliquidus
adjective
very liquid

perliteratus
perlīterātus
adverb

perliterlitteratus
perlīterlitterātus
adjective
very learned

perlito
perlitō
verb
to sacrifice very auspiciously

perlitteratus
perlitterātus
adjective
very learned

perlitus
perlitus
adverb

perlluciditas
perllūciditās
noun
transparency

perllucidulus
perllūcidulus
adjective
bright

perllucidus
perllūcidus
adjective
transparent

perlonge
perlongē
adverb
a very long way off

perlonginquus
perlonginquus
adjective
lasting very long

perlongus
perlongus
adjective
very long

perlubens
perlubens
adjective
doing or seeing a thing very willingly

perlubens
perlubens
adjective
med

perlubenter
perlubenter
adverb

perlubenter
perlubenter
adverb
very willingly

perlubeo
perlubeō
verb
it is very pleasing or agreeable

perlubet
perlubet
cross-reference

perluceo
perlūceō
verb
to shine through

perluctuosus
perluctuōsus
adjective
very mournful

perludo
perlūdō
verb
to play about

perlumino
perlūminō
verb
to shine through

perluo
perluō
verb
to wash off

perlusorius
perlūsōrius
adjective
sportive

perlustro
perlustrō
verb
To go or wander all through

perlutus
perlūtus
adjective

permaceo
permaceō
verb
to be very thin

permacer
permacer
adjective
very lean

permacero
permācerō
verb
to soften thoroughly

permadefacio
permadefaciō
verb
to wet through

permadesco
permadescō
verb
to become thoroughly wet

permaestus
permaestus
adjective
greatly afflicted or dejected

permagnificus
permagnificus
adjective
very sumptuous

permagnum
permagnum
noun
a very

permagnus
permagnus
adjective
very great

permale
permalē
adverb
very badly

permananter
permānanter
adverb
by flowing through

permanasco
permānascō
verb
to flow to

permaneo
permaneō
verb
to stay to the end

permano
permānō
verb
to flow through

permansio
permansiō
noun
a remaining

permarinus
permarīnus
adjective
that accompanies through the sea

permaturesco
permātūrescō
verb
to become quite ripe

permaturo
permātūrō
verb
to become quite ripe

permaturus
permātūrus
adjective
quite ripe

permaxime
permaximē
adverb
very greatly

permaximus
permaximus
adjective
very great indeed

permeabilis
permeābilis
adjective
that can be passed through

permeator
permeātor
noun
he that passes through

permeatus
permeātus
noun
the passage through

permediocris
permediocris
adjective
very moderate

permeditatus
permeditātus
adjective
well prepared

permensio
permensiō
noun
a measuring out

permensus
permensus
adjective

permensus
permensus
adjective
measured out

permeo
permeō
verb
to go or pass through

permereo
permereō
verb
to go through service

Permessis
Permessis
noun
adj. f

Permessius
Permessius
adjective
Permessian

Permessus
Permessus
noun
a river in Baeotia sacred to Apollo and the Muses

permetior
permētior
verb
to measure through

permetuens
permetuens
cross-reference

permilito
permīlitō
verb
to serve out one's time as a soldier

permingo
permingō
verb
to make water upon

perminimus
perminimus
adjective
exceedingly small

perminutus
perminūtus
adjective

permirabilis
permīrābilis
adjective
very wonderful

permirandus
permīrandus
adjective
very wonderful

permirus
permīrus
adjective
very wonderful

permisceo
permisceō
verb
to mix or mingle together

permissio
permissiō
noun
a giving up

permissor
permissor
noun
a permitter

permissum
permissum
noun

permissum
permissum
noun
a permission

permissus
permissus
adjective

permissus
permissus
noun
leave

permissus
permissus
adjective
Permitted

permistio
permistiō
noun
A mixing together

permistus
permistus
adjective

permistus
permistus
adjective

permitialis
permitiālis
adjective
fatal

permities
permitiēs
noun
a wasting away

permitiicies
permitiiciēs
noun
a wasting away

permitis
permītis
adjective
very mild

permitto
permittō
verb
to let go through

permixte
permixtē
adverb
confusedly

permixtim
permixtim
adverb
confusedly

permixtio
permixtiō
noun
A mixing together

permixtus
permixtus
adjective

permixtus
permixtus
adjective

permixtus
permixtus
adjective

permodestus
permodestus
adjective
very moderate

permodice
permodicē
adverb
very little

permodicus
permodicus
adjective
very moderate

permoestus
permoestus
adjective
greatly afflicted or dejected

permoestus
permoestus
adjective

permoleste
permolestē
adverb
with much trouble or difficulty

permolestus
permolestus
adjective
very troublesome

permollis
permollis
adjective
very soft

permolo
permolō
verb
to grind up

permoneo
permoneō
verb
to admonish

permonstrans
permonstrans
adjective
showing or explaining accurately

permoriorr
permorior
cross-reference
to die

permoror
permoror
verb
to delay or tarry long

permotatus
permōtātus
adjective
greatly moved

permotio
permōtiō
noun
a moving

permotus
permōtus
adjective

permoveo
permoveō
verb
to move or stir up thoroughly

permulceo
permulceō
verb
to rub gently

permulctus
permulctus
adjective

permulsio
permulsiō
noun
a stroking

permulsus
permulsus
adjective

permulto
permultō
adverb
very much

permultum
permultum
adverb
very much

permultus
permultus
adjective
very much

permundo
permundō
verb
to cleanse thoroughly

permundus
permundus
adjective
very cleanly

permunio
permūniō
verb
to fortify completely

permutatio
permūtātiō
noun
A changing

permuto
permūtō
verb
To change throughout

perna
perna
noun
a haunch or ham together with the leg

pernarius
pernārius
noun
a ham-seller

pernarro
pernarrō
verb
to narrate completely

pernavigatus
pernāvigātus
adjective
sailed through or over

pernecessarius
pernecessārius
adjective
Very necessary

pernecesse
pernecesse
adjective
adj. indecl

perneco
pernecō
verb
to kill or slay outright

pernego
pernegō
verb
To deny altogether

perneo
perneō
verb
to spin out

pernetus
pernētus
adjective

perniciabilis
perniciābilis
adjective
destructive

pernicialis
perniciālis
adjective
destructive

pernicies
perniciēs
noun
destruction

pernicio
perniciō
noun
destruction

perniciose
perniciōsē
adverb
destructively

perniciosum
perniciōsum
noun
baneful things

perniciosus
perniciōsus
adjective
destructive

pernicitas
pernīcitās
noun
nimbleness

perniciter
pernīciter
adverb
nimbly

perniger
perniger
adjective
very black

pernimium
pernimium
adverb
altogether too much

pernimius
pernimius
adjective
quite too great

pernio
perniō
noun
a kibe on the foot

perniteo
perniteō
verb
to shine very much

perniunculus
perniunculus
noun
a chilblain

pernix
pernix
noun
nimble

pernobilis
pernōbilis
adjective
very famous

pernoctatio
pernoctātiō
noun
a passing the night

pernocto
pernoctō
verb
to stay all night long

Pernonides
Pernōnidēs
noun
descended from a ham

pernosco
pernoscō
verb
To examine thoroughly

pernotesco
pernōtescō
verb
to become everywhere or generally known

pernotus
pernōtus
adjective

pernotus
pernōtus
adjective
thoroughly known

pernox
pernox
adjective
continuing through the night

pernoxius
pernoxius
adjective
very harmful

pernubilo
pernūbilō
verb
to darken

pernumero
pernumerō
verb
to count out

pernunculus
pernunculus
noun
a ham

pernuntio
pernuntiō
verb
to announce

pero
pērō
noun
a kind of boot made of raw hide

Pero
Pērō
noun
the daughter of Neleus and wife of Bias

perobscurus
perobscūrus
adjective
very obscure

perodi
perōdī
cross-reference
to hate greatly

perodiosus
perodiōsus
adjective
very grievous or troublesome

perofficiose
perofficiōsē
adverb
very serviceably

peroleo
peroleō
verb
to emit a penetrating odor

perolesco
perolescō
verb
to grow up

peronatus
pērōnātus
adjective
having on boots of untanned leather

peropacus
peropācus
adjective
very shady

peropportune
peropportūnē
adverb
very seasonably

peropportunus
peropportūnus
adjective
very seasonable

peroptato
peroptātō
adverb
very much to one's wish

peropus
peropus
adverb
very necessary

peroratio
perōrātiō
noun
the finishing part

peroriga
perōrīga
cross-reference

perornatus
perornātus
adjective
very ornate

perorno
perornō
verb
to adorn greatly or constantly

peroro
perōrō
verb
to speak from beginning to end

perosculor
perosculor
verb
to kiss again and again

perose
perōsē
adverb
hatefully

perosus
perōsus
adjective
detesting

perosus
perōsus
adjective

perpaco
perpācō
verb
to quiet completely

perpallidus
perpallidus
adjective
very pale

perparce
perparcē
adverb
very sparingly or parsimoniously

perparum
perparum
adverb
very little

perparvulus
perparvulus
adjective
very little

perparvus
perparvus
adjective
very little

perpascor
perpascor
verb
to lay waste

perpasco
perpascō
verb
to graze

perpastus
perpastus
adjective
well fed

perpauculus
perpauculus
adjective
very little

perpaucus
perpaucus
adjective
very little

perpaululum
perpaululum
noun
very little indeed

perpaululus
perpaululus
adjective
very little indeed

perpaulum
perpaulum
noun
a very little

perpaulum
perpaulum
adverb
a very little indeed

perpaulus
perpaulus
adjective
very little

perpauper
perpauper
adjective
very poor

perpauxillum
perpauxillum
noun
very little

perpauxillus
perpauxillus
adjective
very little

perpavefacio
perpavefaciō
verb
to frighten very much

perpedio
perpediō
verb
to hinder

perpello
perpellō
verb
to strike or push violently

perpendicularis
perpendiculāris
adjective
perpendicular

perpendicularius
perpendiculārius
adjective
perpendicular

perpendiculator
perpendiculātor
noun
an artisan who uses a plumb-line

perpendiculatus
perpendiculātus
adjective
perpendicular

perpendiculum
perpendiculum
noun
a plummet

perpendo
perpendō
verb
to weigh carefully or exactly

Perpenna
Perpenna
noun
a Roman surname

perpensatio
perpensātiō
noun
an exact weighing

perpense
perpensē
adverb
with deliberation

perpenso
perpensō
verb
to weigh carefully

perpensus
perpensus
adjective

perperam
perperam
adverb
wrongly

perpere
perperē
adverb
wrongly

perperitudo
perperitūdō
noun
heedlessness

Perperna
Perperna
noun
a Roman surname

perperplouo
perperplouō
verb
To rain through

perperpurigo
perperpūrigō
verb
to cleanse or purge thoroughly

perperus
perperus
adjective
not properly constituted

perpes
perpes
noun
lasting throughout

perpessicius
perpessīcius
adjective
that can endure much

perpessiciutius
perpessīciutius
adjective
that can endure much

perpessio
perpessiō
noun
a bearing

perpessitius
perpessītius
adjective

perpessus
perpessus
adjective

perpetim
perpetim
adverb
constantly

perpetior
perpetior
verb
to bear steadfastly

perpetrabilis
perpetrābilis
adjective
that may be done

perpetratio
perpetrātiō
noun
a performing

perpetrator
perpetrātor
noun
a performer

perpetro
perpetrō
verb
to carry through

perpetualis
perpetuālis
adjective
that holds everywhere

perpetualiter
perpetuāliter
adverb
permanently

perpetuarius
perpetuārius
adjective
constant

perpetuarius
perpetuārius
noun
a fee-farmer

perpetue
perpetuē
adverb
constantly

perpetuitas
perpetuitās
noun
uninterrupted or continual duration

perpetuito
perpetuitō
verb

perpetuo
perpetuō
adverb
constantly

perpetuo
perpetuō
verb
to cause

perpetuum
perpetuum
noun
the abiding

perpetuum
perpetuum
cross-reference
constantly

perpetuus
perpetuus
adjective
continuing throughout

perpexus
perpexus
adjective
wellcombed

perpinguis
perpinguis
adjective
very rich

perplaceo
perplaceō
verb
to please greatly

perplanus
perplānus
adjective
very plain

perplexabilis
perplexābilis
adjective
perplexing

perplexabiliter
perplexābiliter
adverb
in a perplexing manner

perplexe
perplexē
adverb
confusedly

perplexim
perplexim
adverb
intricately

perplexio
perplexiō
noun
perplexity

perplexitas
perplexitās
noun
perplexity

perplexor
perplexor
verb
to make confusion

perplexus
perplexus
adjective
entangled

perplicatus
perplicātus
adjective
interlaced

perploro
perplōrō
verb
to weep greatly

perpluo
perpluō
verb
To rain through

perpolio
perpoliō
verb
to polish well

perpolite
perpolītē
adverb
in a very polished manner

perpolitio
perpolītiō
noun
a thorough polishing

perpolitus
perpolītus
adjective
thoroughly polished or refined

perpolitus
perpolītus
adjective

perpopulor
perpopulor
verb
to lay quite waste

perporto
perportō
verb
to carry or transport

perpotatio
perpōtātiō
noun
a continued drinking

perpotior
perpotior
verb
to get entire possession of

perpoto
perpōtō
verb
To drink or tipple without intermission

perpremo
perpremō
verb

perpressa
perpressa
noun
a plant

perprimo
perprimō
verb
to press hard

perprobabilis
perprobābilis
adjective
very worthy of belief

perpropere
perproperē
adverb

perpropinquus
perpropinquus
adjective
very near

perprosper
perprosper
adjective
very favorable

perprurisco
perprūriscō
verb
to itch all over

perpudesco
perpudescō
verb
to feel great shame

perpugnax
perpugnax
adjective
very pugnacious

perpulcher
perpulcher
adjective
very beautiful

perpulsus
perpulsus
adjective
greatly smitten

perpungo
perpungō
verb
to pierce through and through

perpurgo
perpurgō
verb
to cleanse or purge thoroughly

perpurigatus
perpūrigātus
adverb

perpurus
perpūrus
adjective
very clean

perpusillus
perpusillus
adjective
very small

perputo
perputō
verb
to trim or prune thoroughly

perquadratus
perquadrātus
adjective
perfectly square

per quam
per quam
adverb
as much as possible

perquam
perquam
adverb
as much as possible

perquiesco
perquiescō
verb
v.n

perquiritatus
perquīritātus
adjective
greatly sought after

perquiro
perquīrō
verb
To ask or inquire after diligently

perquisite
perquīsītē
adverb
exactly

perquisitor
perquīsītor
noun
a seeker out

perquisitus
perquīsītus
adjective

perraro
perrārō
adverb
very seldom

perrarus
perrārus
adjective
very uncommon

perreconditus
perreconditus
adjective
very hidden or abstruse

perrectus
perrectus
adjective

perrepo
perrēpō
verb
to creep or crawl through

perrepto
perreptō
verb
to creep or crawl through

Perrhaebia
Perrhaebia
noun
the country of the Perrhaebians

Perrhaebus
Perrhaebus
noun
a people of Thessaly about Tempe and Mount Olympus

Perrhaebus
Perrhaebus
adjective
Perrhaebian

perridicule
perrīdiculē
adverb
very laughably

perridiculus
perrīdiculus
adjective
very laughable

perrimosus
perrīmōsus
adjective

perrodo
perrōdō
verb
to gnaw or eat through

perrogatio
perrogātiō
noun
a decree

perrogito
perrogitō
verb
to ask through in succession

perrogo
perrogō
verb
To ask through in succession

perrumpo
perrumpō
verb
to break through

perruptus
perruptus
adjective

Persa
Persa
noun

Persa
Persa
noun
the Persians

Persa
Persa
noun
daughter of Oceanus

Persa
Persa
noun
the name of a little dog

Persa
Persa
noun
the name of a comedy by Plautus

persaepe
persaepē
adverb
very often

Persaepolis
Persaepolis
noun
a city of Persia

Persaepolis
Persaepolis
cross-reference

persaevio
persaeviō
verb
to be furious

persaevus
persaevus
adjective
very furious

Persagada
Persagada
noun
a citadei in Persis

Persagadae
Persagadaē
adverb

persalse
persalsē
adverb
very wittily

persalsus
persalsus
adjective
very witty

persalutatio
persalūtātiō
noun
a saluting of all

persaluto
persalūtō
verb
to salute one after another

persancte
persanctē
adverb
very sacredly or religiously

persanctus
persanctus
adjective
very sacred or holy

persano
persānō
verb
to cure completely

persanus
persānus
adjective
perfectly sound

persapiens
persapiens
adjective
very wise

persapienter
persapienter
adverb
very wisely

persceleratus
perscelerātus
adjective
very vicious

persciens
persciens
adjective
knowing well

perscienter
perscienter
adverb
very knowingly

perscindo
perscindō
verb
to

perscisco
persciscō
verb
to learn thoroughly

perscissus
perscissus
adjective

perscitus
perscītus
adjective
very clever

perscribo
perscrībō
verb
to write in full or at length

perscriptio
perscriptiō
noun
A writing down

perscriptito
perscriptitō
verb
to write down

perscriptor
perscriptor
noun
a drawer up

perscriptura
perscriptūra
noun
a drawing up

perscriptus
perscriptus
adjective

perscrutatio
perscrūtātiō
noun
a searching through

perscrutator
perscrūtātor
noun
a thorough searcher

perscrutatrix
perscrūtātrix
noun
an examiner

perscrutatus
perscrūtātus
adjective

perscruto
perscrūtō
verb

perscrutor
perscrūtor
verb
to search through

perscruto
perscrūtō
adjective

persculptus
persculptus
adjective
carved

persea
persea
noun
a sacred tree in Egypt and Persia

perseco
persecō
verb
to cut up

persector
persector
verb
to follow or pursue eagerly

persecutio
persecūtiō
noun
a following after

persecutor
persecūtor
noun
A pursuer

persecutoria
persecūtōria
cross-reference

persecutrix
persecūtrix
noun
she that pursues or persecutes

persecutus
persecūtus
adjective

persedeo
persedeō
verb
to remain sitting

persegnis
persegnis
adjective
very sluggish or inactive

Perseis
Persēis
noun

Perseis
Persēis
noun
the female descendant of Persa

Perseius
Persēius
adjective

Perseius
Persēius
adjective
Persean

Perseius
Persēius
adjective
of or belonging to Persa

persenesco
persenescō
verb
to grow old

persenex
persenex
adjective
very old

persenilis
persenīlis
adjective
very old or aged

persentio
persentiō
verb
to perceive plainly

persentisco
persentiscō
verb
v. intens. a

Persephone
Persephonē
noun
Proserpine

persephonium
persephonium
noun
wild poppy

Persepolis
Persēpolis
noun
a city of Persia

persequax
persequax
adjective
eagerly pursuing

persequens
persequens
adjective
A pursuer

persequens
persequens
adjective

persequor
persequor
verb
to follow perseveringly

persequutus
persequūtus
adjective

persero
perserō
verb
to stick or run through

persero
perserō
verb
to sow or plant

perserpo
perserpō
verb
to creep perpetually

perservio
perserviō
verb
v.n

perservo
perservō
verb
to preserve

Perses
Persēs
noun
A Persian

Perses
Persēs
noun
the name of a comedy by Plautus

Perseus
Persēus
adjective

Perseus
Perseus
noun
Son of Jupiter and Danae_

Perseus
Persēus
adjective
of or belonging to Perseus

perseverabilis
persevērābilis
adjective
persevering

perseverans
persevērans
adjective

perseverans
persevērans
adjective
persevering

perseveranter
persevēranter
adverb
perseveringly

perseverantia
persevērantia
noun
steadfastness

perseveratio
persevērātiō
noun
continuance

persevere
persevērē
adverb
very strictly

persevero
persevērō
verb
to abide by or adhere to strictly

perseverus
persevērus
adjective
very strict

Persia
Persia
noun

Persia
Persia
noun
Persia

Persianae Aquae
Persiānae Aquae
expression

Persianae Aquae
Persiānae Aquae
expression

Persianus
Persiānus
adjective
of or belonging to the poet Persius

Persianus
Persiānus
adjective

persibus
persibus
adjective
very knowing

persiccatus
persiccātus
adjective
quite dried

persiccus
persiccus
adjective
very dry

Persice
Persicē
adverb
in Persian

Persice
Persicē
noun

Persice
Persicē
noun

Persicum
Persicum
noun

Persicum
Persicum
noun

Persicus
Persicus
adjective

Persicus
Persicus
adjective
of or belonging to King Perses

Persicus
Persicus
adjective
Persian

persicus
persicus
adjective

Persicus
Persicus
noun
a peach-tree

persideo
persideō
verb
to continue sitting

persido
persīdō
verb
to sink or settle down

persigno
persignō
verb
To note down

persilio
persiliō
verb
to leap through

persimilis
persimilis
adjective
very like or similar

persimplex
persimplex
adjective
very plain or simple

Persis
Persis
noun

Persis
Persis
noun
the country of Persis

persisto
persistō
verb
to continue steadfastly

persites
persītēs
noun
a plant

Persius
Persius
noun
a Roman surname

persolata
persōlāta
noun
a plant

persolido
persolidō
verb
to make quite solid

persolitus
persolitus
adjective
very usual

persolla
persolla
noun
a little mask

persollata
persollāta
noun
a plant

persolus
persōlus
adjective
quite alone

persoluta
persolūta
cross-reference

persolutus
persolūtus
adjective

persolvo
persolvō
verb
to release or discharge completely

persona
persōna
noun
A mask

personalis
persōnālis
adjective
of or belonging to a person

personaliter
persōnāliter
adverb
personally

personata
persōnāta
noun
a kind of large burdock

personatio
personātiō
noun
resonance

personative
persōnātīvē
adverb
personally

personatus
persōnātus
adjective
provided with or wearing a mask

persono
personō
verb
To sound through and through

personus
personus
adjective
resounding

persorbeo
persorbeō
verb
to suck or drink up

perspecte
perspectē
adverb
intelligently

perspectio
perspectiō
noun
a seeing into

perspecto
perspectō
verb
To look at or behold to the end

perspector
perspector
noun
one who understands

perspectus
perspectus
noun
a viewing thoroughly

perspectus
perspectus
adjective
clearly perceived

perspectus
perspectus
adjective

perspeculor
perspeculor
verb
to examine or explore thoroughly

perspergo
perspergō
verb
to besprinkle

perspicabilis
perspicābilis
adjective
that may easily be seen

perspicace
perspicācē
adverb
sharp-sightedly

perspicacitas
perspicācitās
noun
sharp-sightedness

perspicaciter
perspicāciter
adverb
acutely

perspicax
perspicax
adjective
sharp -sighted

perspicibilis
perspicibilis
adjective
that may be clearly seen

perspicientia
perspicientia
noun
a full perception or knowledge

perspicio
perspiciō
verb
to look or see through

perspicue
perspicuē
adverb
evidently

perspicuitas
perspicuitās
noun
transparency

perspicuus
perspicuus
adjective
transparent

perspiro
perspīrō
verb
To breathe everywhere

persterno
persternō
verb
to pave all over

perstillo
perstillō
verb
to leak

perstimulo
perstimulō
verb
to stimulate violently

perstipo
perstīpō
verb
to crowd or press together

persto
perstō
verb
to stand firmly

perstratus
perstrātus
adjective

perstrepo
perstrepō
verb
to make much noise

perstrictio
perstrictiō
noun
a rubbing

perstrictus
perstrictus
adjective

perstrido
perstrīdō
verb
to roar or whistle through

perstringo
perstringō
verb
To bind tightly together

perstruo
perstruō
verb
to build completely

perstudiose
perstudiōsē
adverb
very eagerly

perstudiosus
perstudiōsus
adjective
very desirous

persuadeo
persuādeō
verb
to bring over by talking

persuasibilis
persuāsibilis
adjective
convincing

persuasibiliter
persuāsibiliter
adverb
convincingly

persuasio
persuāsiō
noun
a convincing

persuasor
persuāsor
noun
a convincer

persuastritrix
persuastritrix
noun
she that persuades

persuastrix
persuastrix
noun
she that persuades

persuasus
persuāsus
adjective
a persuading

persuasus
persuāsus
adjective
fixed

persuasus
persuāsus
adjective

persuavis
persuāvis
adjective
very sweet

persuaviter
persuāviter
adverb
very pleasantly

persubtilis
persubtīlis
adjective
very fine or delicate

persulco
persulcō
verb
to furrow through

persultator
persultātor
noun
one who leaps or skips about

persulto
persultō
verb
to leap

persuo
persuō
verb
to sew through

pertabesco
pertābescō
verb
to be gradually consumed

pertaedeo
pertaedeō
verb

pertaedeo
pertaedeō
verb
to be disgusted or wearied

pertaedesco
pertaedescō
verb
to become disgusted or wearied

pertaesus
pertaesus
adjective

pertango
pertangō
verb
to touch all over

pertego
pertegō
verb
to cover all over

pertemerarius
pertemerārius
adjective
very rash

pertendo
pertendō
verb
to carry out

perteneo
perteneō
verb
to hold constantly

pertento
pertentō
verb
To prove

pertenuis
pertenuis
adjective
very thin

pertepidus
pertepidus
adjective
very lukewarm

perterebro
perterebrō
verb
to bore through

pertergeo
pertergeō
verb
to wipe off

pertergo
pertergō
verb
to wipe off

pertero
perterō
verb
to rub

perterrefacio
perterrefaciō
verb
to frighten or terrify thoroughly

perterrefactus
perterrefactus
adjective

perterreo
perterreō
verb
to frighten or terrify thoroughly

perterricrepus
perterricrepus
adjective
that clatters or rattles most terribly

perterrito
perterritō
verb
to frighten or terrify thoroughly

perterritus
perterritus
adjective

pertexo
pertexō
verb
To weave throughout

pertextus
pertextus
adjective

pertica
pertica
noun
a pole

perticalis
perticālis
adjective
that serves for poles or stakes

perticarius
perticārius
adjective
of or belonging to poles

perticatus
perticātus
adjective
furnished with or carrying a staff

pertimefacio
pertimefaciō
verb
to put in great fear

pertimeo
pertimeō
verb
to fear greatly

pertimesco
pertimescō
verb
to become very much frightened

pertinacia
pertinācia
noun
perseverance

pertinaciter
pertināciter
adverb

pertinaciter
pertināciter
adverb

Pertinax
Pertinax
noun
surname of the emperor P. Helvius

pertinax
pertinax
adjective
that holds fast

pertinenter
pertinenter
adverb
aptly

pertineo
pertineō
verb
to stretch out

pertingo
pertingō
verb
to stretch out

pertisum
pertīsum
cross-reference

pertolero
pertolerō
verb
to bear out

pertono
pertonō
verb
to thunder violently

pertorqueo
pertorqueō
verb
to twist awry

pertractate
pertractātē
adverb
in a well-considered manner

pertractatio
pertractātiō
noun
A handling

pertractator
pertractātor
noun
a handler

pertracto
pertractō
verb
to touch

pertractus
pertractus
noun
delay

pertractus
pertractus
adjective

pertraho
pertrahō
verb
to draw or drag

pertralucidus
pertrālūcidus
adjective
very translucid

pertranseo
pertranseō
verb
to go or pass through

pertrectatio
pertrectātiō
noun
A handling

pertrecto
pertrectō
verb
to touch

pertrecto
pertrectō
verb

pertremisco
pertremiscō
verb
to tremble greatly at

pertrepidus
pertrepidus
adjective
in great alarm or in great haste

pertribuo
pertribuō
verb
to give

pertricosus
pertrīcōsus
adjective
very confused or perplexed

pertristis
pertristis
adjective
very sad or mournful

pertritus
pertrītus
adjective
rubbed to pieces

pertritus
pertrītus
adjective
quite worn out

pertrux
pertrux
adjective
very savage or terrible

pertumesco
pertumescō
verb
to swell up greatly

pertumidus
pertumidus
adjective
greatly swelled out

pertumultuose
pertumultuōsē
adverb
in a very agitated or tumultuous manner

Pertunda
Pertunda
noun
the goddess that presides over the loss of virginity

pertundo
pertundō
verb
to beat

perturbate
perturbātē
adverb
confusedly

perturbatio
perturbātiō
noun
confusion

perturbativus
perturbātīvus
adjective
causing disturbance

perturbator
perturbātor
noun
a disquieter

perturbatrix
perturbātrix
noun
she that disquiets or disturbs

perturbatum
perturbātum
noun
confused visions

perturbatus
perturbātus
adjective

perturbatus
perturbātus
adjective
Troubled

perturbidus
perturbidus
adjective
very unquiet

perturbo
perturbō
verb
to throw into confusion or disorder

perturpis
perturpis
adjective
very shameful

pertusio
pertūsiō
noun
a perforation

pertusura
pertūsūra
noun
a thrusting or boring through

pertusus
pertūsus
adjective
perforated

pertusus
pertūsus
adjective

perubique
perubīquē
adverb
everywhere

perula
pērula
noun
a little wallet

perunctio
perunctiō
noun
a besmearing

perunctus
perunctus
adjective

perungo
perungō
verb
to besmear

perunguo
perunguō
verb
to besmear

perunitus
perūnītus
adjective
united

perurbane
perurbānē
adverb
very elegantly

perurbanus
perurbānus
adjective
very polite

perurgeo
perurgeō
verb
To press upon greatly

peruro
perūrō
verb
to burn through and through

Perusia
Perusia
noun
one of the twelve confederate towns of Etruria

Perusinum
Perusīnum
noun
a countryseat in the Perusian territory

Perusinus
Perusīnus
noun
the Perusians

Perusinus
Perusīnus
adjective
Perusian

perustus
perustus
adjective

perutilis
perūtilis
adjective
very useful

pervado
pervādō
verb
to go or come through

pervagabilis
pervagābilis
adjective
ranging or sweeping through

pervagatus
pervagātus
adjective

pervagatus
pervagātus
adjective

pervagor
pervagor
verb
to wander or range through

pervagus
pervagus
adjective
wandering or roaming all about

pervaleo
pervaleō
cross-reference

pervalidus
pervalidus
adjective
very strong

pervaporo
pervapōrō
verb
to steam

pervarie
pervariē
adverb
very variously

pervarius
pervarius
adjective
very various

pervasio
pervāsiō
noun
an invad ing

pervasor
pervāsor
noun
an invader

pervasto
pervastō
verb
to lay waste

pervasus
pervāsus
adjective

pervectio
pervectiō
noun
a conveying

pervector
pervector
noun
a bringer

pervectus
pervectus
adjective

perveho
pervehō
verb
to bear

pervello
pervellō
verb
to pull or pluck hard

pervenio
perveniō
verb
to come to

pervenor
pervēnor
verb
to hunt through

perventio
perventiō
noun
an arrival

perventor
perventor
noun
a comer

pervenustus
pervenustus
adjective
very comely

perverse
perversē
adverb
awry

perversio
perversiō
noun
a turning about

perversitas
perversitās
noun
frowardness

perversum
perversum
noun
a wrong

perversus
perversus
adjective
turned the wrong way

perverto
pervertō
verb
to turn around or about

pervesperi
pervesperī
adverb
very late in the evening

pervestigatio
pervestīgātiō
noun
a searching into

pervestigator
pervestīgātor
noun
a searcher

pervestigo
pervestīgō
verb
to trace out

pervetus
pervetus
adjective
very old

pervetustus
pervetustus
adjective
very old

perviam
perviam
adverb
accessible

perviaticum
perviāticum
noun
money for a journey

pervicacia
pervicācia
noun
firmness

pervicaciter
pervicāciter
adverb
stoutly

pervicax
pervicax
adjective
firm

pervictus
pervictus
adjective

pervicus
pervicus
adjective
stubborn

pervidens
pervidens
adjective

pervidens
pervidens
adjective
sagacious

pervideo
pervideō
verb
to look over

pervigeo
pervigeō
verb
to continue blooming

pervigil
pervigil
noun
ever watchful

pervigilatio
pervigilātiō
noun
a devotional watching

pervigilia
pervigilia
noun
a watching all night long

pervigilis
pervigilis
noun
ever watchful

pervigilium
pervigilium
noun
a watching all night

pervigilo
pervigilō
verb
to remain awake or watch all night

pervilis
pervīlis
adjective
very cheap

pervinca
pervinca
cross-reference

pervinco
pervincō
verb
to conquer completely

Pervincus
Pervincus
noun
Achiever

pervio
perviō
verb
to go on

pervirens
pervirens
adjective
ever flourishing

perviridis
perviridis
adjective
very green

perviso
pervīsō
verb
to behold

pervium
pervium
noun
a thoroughfare

pervius
pervius
adjective
that has a passage through

pervivo
pervīvō
verb
to live on

pervolaticus
pervolāticus
adjective
flying about

pervolgatus
pervolgātus
adjective
Very usual

pervolgo
pervolgō
verb

pervolgo
pervolgō
verb
to communicate to the people

pervolitantia
pervolitantia
noun
a flying around

pervolito
pervolitō
verb
to fly through or around

pervolo
pervolō
cross-reference
to wish greatly

pervolo
pervolō
verb
To fly through or about

pervoluto
pervolūtō
verb
to roll over and over

pervolutus
pervolūtus
adjective

pervolvo
pervolvō
verb
to roll or tumble about

pervorse
pervorsē
adverb
awry

pervorsio
pervorsiō
noun
a turning about

pervorsitas
pervorsitās
noun
frowardness

pervorsum
pervorsum
noun
a wrong

pervorsus
pervorsus
adjective
turned the wrong way

pervorto
pervortō
verb
to turn around or about

pervulgate
pervulgātē
adverb
after the manner of the people

pervulgatus
pervulgātus
adjective

pervulgatus
pervulgātus
adjective
Very usual

pervulgo
pervulgō
verb
to communicate to the people

pes
pēs
noun
a foot

Pescennianus
Pescenniānus
adjective
a Roman emperor

Pescennius
Pescennius
noun
name of a Roman gens.

pescia
pescia
cross-reference

pesestas
pesestas
cross-reference

Pesinus
Pesinūs
noun
a very ancient town in Galatia

pesna
pesna
noun
a feather

pesnis
pesnis
adjective

pesoluta
pesoluta
noun
an Egyptian plant used for making garlands

pessarium
pessārium
noun
a pessary

pessime
pessimē
adverb
badly

pessimo
pessimō
verb
to make utterly bad

pessimus
pessimus
adjective
worst

Pessinuntica
Pessinuntica
noun
Cybele

Pessinunticus
Pessinunticus
adjective

Pessinuntius
Pessinuntius
adjective
Pessinuntian

Pessinus
Pessinūs
noun
a very ancient town in Galatia

pessulum
pessulum
noun

pessulum
pessulum
noun
a pessary

pessulus
pessulus
noun
a bolt

pessum
pessum
adverb
to the ground

pessum
pessum
noun
a pessary

pessumdo
pessumdō
verb
to send to the bottom

pessume
pessumē
adverb
badly

pessundo
pessundō
verb
to send to the bottom

pessus
pessus
noun

pessus
pessus
noun
a pessary

pestibilis
pestibilis
adjective
pestilential

pestifer
pestifer
adjective
Bringing pestilence

pestifer
pestifer
noun
a mischievous person

pestifere
pestiferē
adverb
balefully

pestiferus
pestiferus
adjective
Bringing pestilence

pestilens
pestilens
adjective
a pestilent fellow

pestilens
pestilens
adjective
pestilential

pestilentia
pestilentia
noun
an infectious or contagious disease

pestilentiarius
pestilentiārius
adjective
pestilential

pestilentiosus
pestilentiōsus
adjective
pestilential

pestilentus
pestilentus
adjective
pestilential

pestilis
pestilis
adjective
pestilential

pestilitas
pestilitās
noun
plague

pestimus
pestimus
adjective
plaguebringing

pestis
pestis
noun
a deadly

Peta
Peta
noun
the goddess of praying or entreaty

petacius
petācius
cross-reference
more greedily

petalum
petalum
noun
the goddess of praying or entreaty

petaminarius
petaminārius
noun
a tumbler

petasatus
petasātus
adjective
with a travelling-cap on

petasio
petasiō
noun
a leg or pestle of pork

petaso
petasō
noun
a leg or pestle of pork

petasunculus
petasunculus
noun
a small travelling-cap

petasunculus
petasunculus
noun
a little leg or pestle of pork

petasus
petasus
noun
a travelling hat or cap

petaurista
petaurista
noun
a tumbler

petauristarius
petauristārius
noun
a tumbler

petauristes
petauristēs
noun
a tumbler

petaurum
petaurum
noun
a stage or spring-board

petax
petax
adjective
catching at

Petelia
Petēlia
noun
A very ancient town in the Bruttian territory

Petelinus
Petēlīnus
adjective

Petelinus
Petēlīnus
noun
the Petelians

Petelinus
Petēlīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Petelia

Petelinus
Petēlīnus
adjective
Petelian

Petellia
Petellia
noun
A very ancient town in the Bruttian territory

Petellinus
Petellīnus
adjective
Petelian

Petellinus
Petellīnus
adjective

Peteon
Peteōn
noun
a town in Baeotia

petesso
petessō
verb
v. intens. a

petibilis
petībilis
adjective
capable of being demanded

petiginosus
petīginōsus
adjective
full of scabs or eruptions

petigo
petīgō
noun
a scab

Petilia
Petīlia
noun

Petilia
Petīlia
noun
A very ancient town in the Bruttian territory

Petilianus
Petīliānus
adjective

Petilianus
Petīliānus
adjective
Petilian

petilium
petīlium
noun
an autumnal flower

Petilius
Petīlius
adjective
of or belonging to a Petilius

Petilius
Petīlius
adjective
name of a Roman gens.

petilus
petīlus
adjective
thin

petimen
petimen
noun
a sore on the shoulder

Petina
Petīna
noun
Aelia

petiolus
petiolus
noun
a little foot

Petisius
Petisius
adjective
Petisian

petisso
petissō
verb
v. intens. a

petisso
petissō
verb

petitio
petītiō
noun
an

petitiuncula
petītiuncula
noun
a little petition

petitor
petītor
noun
a seeker

petitorium
petītōrium
noun
the complaint or declaration

petitorius
petītōrius
adjective
of or belonging to solicitation

petitrix
petītrix
noun
A female applicant or candidate

petitum
petītum
noun

petitum
petītum
noun
a prayer

petiturio
petīturiō
verb
v. desid. a

petitus
petītus
noun
An inclining towards

petitus
petītus
adjective

petna
petna
noun
a feather

peto
petō
verb
To fall upon

petoritum
petōritum
noun
an open

petorritum
petorritum
noun
an open

Petosiris
Petosīris
noun
a celebrated Egyptian mathematician and astrologer

Petovio
Petoviō
noun
a city in Pannonia

petra
petra
noun
a rock

Petra
Pētra
noun
the name of several cities

Petra
Petra
noun
the name of several cities

petra
pētra
noun
a rock

Petra
Petra
noun
a Roman proper name

petrabulum
petrabulum
noun
a stone-thrower

Petraeus
Petraeus
adjective
Petrean

petraeus
petraeus
adjective
that grows among rocks

Petraeus
Pētraeus
adjective
Petrean

Petraeus
Petraeus
adjective

petralis
petrālis
adjective
stony

Petreianus
Petrēiānus
adjective
of or belonging to Petreius

Petreius
Petrēius
adjective
Petreian

Petreius
Petrēius
noun
name of a Roman gens.

Petrensis
Petrensis
noun
the inhabitants of the city of Petra

petrensis
petrensis
adjective
found among rocks or stones

Petreus
Petreus
adjective
Petrean

Petrinum
Petrīnum
noun
a villa near Sinuessa

Petrinus
Petrīnus
noun
the inhabitants of the city of Petra

petrinus
petrinus
adjective
of stone

petrites
petrītēs
noun
a kind of wine

Petro
Petrō
noun
a Roman surname

petro
petrō
noun
A rustic

petro
pētrō
noun
A rustic

Petrocorius
Petrocorius
noun
a Gallic tribe in Aquitania

Petronia
Pētrōnia
noun
the first wife of the emperor Vitellius

Petronia
Pētrōnia
noun

Petronia
Petrōnia
noun
the first wife of the emperor Vitellius

Petronia
Petrōnia
noun

Petronianus
Pētrōniānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Petronius

Petronianus
Petrōniānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Petronius

Petronianus
Petrōniānus
adjective

Petronianus
Pētrōniānus
adjective

Petronius
Petrōnius
adjective
of or belonging to a Petronius

Petronius
Petrōnius
noun
name of a Roman gens.

petronius
petrōnius
adjective
rock-

Petronius
Pētrōnius
noun
name of a Roman gens.

petronius
pētrōnius
adjective
rock-

Petronius
Pētrōnius
adjective
of or belonging to a Petronius

petroselinon
petroselīnon
noun
rock-parsley

petroselinum
petroselīnum
noun
rock-parsley

petrosum
petrōsum
noun
rocky places

petrosus
petrōsus
adjective
full of rocks

petrotos
pētrōtos
adjective
stony

petrotos
petrōtos
adjective
stony

Pettalus
Pettalus
noun
the mythic name of a hero who sought to attack Perseus at the court of Cepheus

petulans
petulans
adjective
forward

petulanter
petulanter
adverb
pertly

petulantia
petulantia
noun
sauciness

petulcus
petulcus
adjective
butting

peuce
peucē
noun
The pinetree

Peuce
Peucē
noun
The name of an island in the Danube

peucedanon
peucedanon
noun
the plant hog's-fennel

peucedanos
peucedanos
noun
the plant hog's-fennel

peucedanum
peucedanum
noun
the plant hog's-fennel

Peucetia
Peucetia
noun
a region in Apulia

Peucetius
Peucetius
adjective
Peucetian

peumene
peumenē
noun
a kind of spume or scum of silver

pexatus
pexātus
adjective
clothed in a garment that has a nap on it

pexitas
pexitās
noun
thickness

Pexsa
Pexsa
noun
a Roman cognomen

Pexsus
Pexsus
noun
a Roman cognomen

pexus
pexus
adjective

pexus
pexus
adjective
woolly

pezica
pezica
noun
mushrooms without a root or without a stalk

pezita
pezita
noun
mushrooms without a root or without a stalk

Phacelinus
Phacelīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Taurian Diana

Phacelinus
Phacelīnus
adjective

Phacelitis
Phacelītis
adjective
of or belonging to the Taurian Diana

Phacus
Phacus
noun
a fortified place near Pella in Macedonia

Phaeacia
Phaeācia
noun
the country of the Phaeacians

Phaeacis
Phaeācis
noun
the Phaeacians

Phaeacis
Phaeācis
noun
a poem on the sojourn of Ulysses in Phaeacia

Phaeacis
Phaeācis
noun
Phaeacian

Phaeacius
Phaeācius
adjective
Phaeacian

Phaeacus
Phaeācus
adjective
Phaeacian

Phaeax
Phaeax
noun
a Phaeacian

phaecasia
phaecasia
noun

phaecasia
phaecasia
noun
a kind of white shoe

phaecasiani dii
phaecasiāni diī
expression
a sort of deities

phaecasiatus
phaecasiātus
adjective
shod with

phaecasium
phaecasium
noun
a kind of white shoe

Phaedo
Phaedō
noun
a disciple of Socrates and friend of Plato

Phaedon
Phaedōn
noun
a disciple of Socrates and friend of Plato

Phaedra
Phaedra
noun
the daughter of king Minos

Phaedria
Phaedria
noun
a male proper name

Phaedrias
Phaedriās
noun
a male proper name

Phaedrus
Phaedrus
noun
A pupil of Socrates

phaenion
phaenion
noun
a plant

phaenomenon
phaenomenon
noun
an appearance

phaenomenum
phaenomenum
noun
appearances in the air or sky

Phaenon
Phaenōn
noun
the planet Saturn

Phaestias
Phaestias
noun
a female inhabitant of Phaestum

Phaestius
Phaestius
adjective
of or belonging to Phaestum

Phaestum
Phaestum
noun
A town of Crete

Phaethentis
Phaethentis
noun
a Phaethontiad

Phaethon
Phaethōn
noun
Son of Helios and Clymene

Phaethonteus
Phaethontēus
adjective
of or belonging to Phaethon

Phaethontias
Phaethontias
noun
a Phaethontiad

Phaethontius
Phaethontius
adjective
Of or belonging to Phaethon

Phaethusa
Phaethūsa
noun
a sister of Phaethon

phagedaena
phagedaena
noun
A diseased and excessive appetite

phagedaenicus
phagedaenicus
adjective
spreading like a cancer

phager
phager
noun
a fish

Phagita
Phagīta
noun
a Roman surname

phago
phagō
noun
a glutton

phagrus
phagrus
cross-reference

phagrus
phagrus
noun
a fish

phagrus
phagrus
noun
a fish

phala
phala
noun
a scaffolding

phala
phala
noun

Phalacrina
Phalacrīna
noun
a town in the Sabine territory

Phalacrine
Phalacrīnē
noun
a town in the Sabine territory

phalacrocorax
phalacrocorax
noun
a coot or cormorant

Phalaeceus
Phalaecēus
adjective
A tyrant of Phocaea

Phalaecus
Phalaecus
noun
an ancient Greek poet

phalanga
phalanga
noun
a pole to carry burdens on

phalangarius
phalangārius
noun
one who carries burdens with the aid of a long pole

phalangarius
phalangārius
noun
a soldier belonging to a phalanx

phalangion
phalangion
noun
A kind of venomous spider

phalangion
phalangion
noun

phalangita
phalangīta
noun
soldiers belonging to a phalanx

phalangites
phalangītēs
noun
spider-root

phalangium
phalangium
noun
A kind of venomous spider

phalangius
phalangius
noun
A kind of venomous spider

phalango
phalangō
verb
to carry away on a pole

Phalannaeus
Phalannaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Phalanna

Phalanteus
Phalantēus
adjective
Phalantean

Phalanthum
Phalanthum
noun
poetic name for the city of Tarentum

Phalantinus
Phalantīnus
adjective
Phalantine

Phalantus
Phalantus
noun
a Spartan who emigrated to Italy and there founded Tarentum

phalanx
phalanx
noun
a band of soldiers

phalarica
phalārica
noun
a sort of missile wrapped with tow and pitch

phalarica
phalārica
cross-reference

Phalaris
Phalaris
noun
a tyrant of Agrigentum

phalaris
phalaris
noun
The plant canarygrass

Phalarum
Phalarum
noun
a harbor of Phthiotis

Phalasarneus
Phalasarnēus
adjective
of or belonging to the Cretan city of Phalasarne

phalera
phalera
noun
A smooth

phaleratus
phalerātus
adjective
wearing an ornament for the forehead and breast

Phalereus
Phalēreus
noun

Phalereus
Phalēreus
noun
of or from Phalerum

Phalericus
Phalēricus
noun

Phalericus
Phalēricus
adjective
Phalerian

Phalericus
Phalēricus
noun

phaleris
phalēris
cross-reference

phaleris
phalēris
noun
The plant canarygrass

phalero
phalerō
verb
to adorn with trappings

Phalerum
Phalērum
noun
the oldest harbor of Athens

Phaleucius
Phaleucius
adjective

Phaliscus
Phaliscus
cross-reference

phallovitrobolum
phallovitrobolum
noun
a drinking-vessel shaped like a phallus

phallovitrobolus
phallovitrobolus
noun
a drinking-vessel shaped like a phallus

phallus
phallus
noun
a figure of an obscene shape

Phana
Phana
noun
a harbor and promontory in the isle of Chios

Phanaeus
Phanaeus
adjective
Phanaean

phanerosis
phanerōsis
noun
a manifestation

Phanote
Phanotē
noun
the name of several cities

Phanotea
Phanotēa
noun
the name of several cities

phantasia
phantasia
noun
an idea

phantasma
phantasma
noun
An apparition

phantasmaticus
phantasmaticus
adjective
fantastic

Phantasos
Phantasos
noun
a son of Somnus

phantastice
phantasticē
adverb
by the fancy

phantasticus
phantasticus
adjective
imaginary

Phaon
Phaōn
noun
A youth of Lesbos beloved by Sappho without return

Phaon
Phaon
noun
a freedman of the emperor Nero

Pharaeus
Pharaeus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Pharae

pharanitis
phāranītis
noun
pharanitis

Pharao
Pharaō
noun
Pharaoh

pharetra
pharētra
noun
a quiver

pharetra
pharetra
noun
a quiver

pharetratus
pharetrātus
adjective
furnished with or wearing a quiver

pharetratus
pharētrātus
adjective
furnished with or wearing a quiver

pharetrazonium
pharetrazōnium
noun
a quiverbelt

pharetriger
pharetriger
adjective
quiver-bearing

pharetriger
pharētriger
adjective
quiver-bearing

Pharia
Pharia
noun
Isis

Phariacus
Phariacus
adjective

Phariacus
Phariacus
adjective
of or belonging to Pharus

Pharia uva
Pharia ūva
expression
a kind of grape in the neighborhood of Pisa

pharicon
phāricon
noun
a kind of poison

pharicum
phāricum
noun
a kind of poison

Pharis
Phāris
noun
a city in Messenia

Pharisaeus
Pharisaeus
adjective
Pharisaean

Pharisaeus
Pharisaeus
noun
a Pharisee

Pharisaeus
Pharīsaeus
noun
a Pharisee

Pharisaeus
Pharisaeus
noun
a Pharisee

Pharisaicus
Pharisaicus
adjective
Pharisaic

Pharita
Pharīta
noun

Pharita
Pharīta
noun
the inhabitants of Pharos

Pharius
Pharius
noun

Pharius
Pharius
adjective
of or belonging to Pharus

pharmaceuticus
pharmaceuticus
adjective
of or belonging to drugs

pharmaceutria
pharmaceutria
noun
a sorceress

pharmacopola
pharmacopōla
noun
a vender of medicines

pharmacus
pharmacus
noun
a poisoner

Pharmacusa
Pharmacūsa
noun
an island of the Aegean Sea

Pharnabazus
Pharnabāzus
noun
Pharnabazus

pharnaceon
pharnacēon
noun

Pharnaces
Pharnacēs
noun
The name of two kings of Pontus

pharnacieon
pharnacīēon
noun
a species of the plant panax

pharnacion
pharnacīon
noun
a species of the plant panax

pharnuprium
pharnuprium
noun
a kind of figwine

Pharos
Pharos
noun

Pharos
Pharos
noun
An island near Alexandria

Pharsalia
Pharsālia
noun
the region about Pharsalus

Pharsalicus
Pharsālicus
adjective
of or belonging to Pharsalus

Pharsalius
Pharsālius
adjective
Pharsalian

Pharsalos
Pharsālos
noun
a city in Thessaly

Pharsalus
Pharsālus
noun
a city in Thessaly

Pharus
Pharus
noun
An island near Alexandria

Phascelis
Phascelis
adjective
of or belonging to the Taurian Diana

phascola
phascōla
cross-reference
a wallet

Phase
Phase
noun
the Passover

phaselare
phasēlāre
noun
a dish of pickled French beans

Phaselinus
Phasēlīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Phaselis

Phaselis
Phasēlis
noun
A town in Lycia

Phaselita
Phasēlīta
noun
the inhabitants of Phaselis

phasellus
phasellus
noun
a kind of bean with an edible pod

phaselus
phasēlus
noun
a kind of bean with an edible pod

phaseolus
phaseolus
noun
a kind of bean with an edible pod

phasganion
phasganion
noun
the sword-lily

Phasiacus
Phāsiacus
adjective

Phasiacus
Phāsiacus
adjective
of or belonging to the Phasis

phasiana
phāsiāna
noun
a pheasant

phasiana
phāsiāna
cross-reference

phasianarius
phāsiānārius
noun
a pheasant-keeper

phasianinus
phāsiānīnus
adjective
of or belonging to pheasants

phasianus
phāsiānus
noun
Itys

Phasianus
Phāsiānus
adjective

Phasianus
Phāsiānus
adjective
of or belonging to the Phasis

Phasias
Phāsias
noun
Medea

Phasias
Phāsias
adjective

Phasias
Phāsias
noun
adj. f

phasiolos
phāsiolos
noun
a plant

Phasis
Phāsis
noun
A river in Colchis

Phasis
Phāsis
noun
the Colchian

Phasis
Phāsis
noun

Phasis
Phāsis
noun
adj. f

phasma
phasma
noun
an apparition

Phatna
Phatna
noun
the Cribs

phaulius
phaulius
adjective
bad

phaunos
phaunos
noun
a parasitic plant

Phaylleus
Phayllēus
cross-reference

Phegeius
Phēgēius
adjective
of or belonging to Phegeus

Phegeus
Phēgeus
noun
the father of Alphesibaea

Phegis
Phēgis
noun
daughter of Phegeus

pheleta
phēlēta
noun
a cheat

phellandrion
phellandrion
noun
a plant with leaves like ivy

phellos
phellos
noun
the cork-tree

Phemius
Phēmius
noun
A celebrated player on the cithara in Ithaca

Phemonoe
Phēmonoē
noun
a daughter of Apollo

Pheneata
Pheneāta
noun

Pheneos
Pheneos
noun
a town of Arcadia

Pheneu
Pheneu
noun

Pheneus
Pheneus
noun
a town of Arcadia

phengites
phengītēs
noun
phengite

pheos
pheos
noun
a prickly plant

Phera
Phera
noun
the name of several cities

Pheraeus
Pheraeus
noun
the inhabitants of Pherae

Pheraeus
Pheraeus
adjective
of or belonging to Pherae

Pherecleus
Phereclēus
adjective
of or belonging to Phercelus

Pherecleus
Pherēclēus
adjective
of or belonging to Phercelus

Pherecratius
Pherecratius
adjective
of or belonging to the Grecian poet Pherecrates

Pherecyada
Pherēcyada
noun
the inhabitants of Naples

Pherecyadae
Pherēcyadaē
adverb

Pherecydes
Pherecȳdēs
noun
A celebrated philosopher from Syros

Pherecydeus
Pherecȳdēus
adjective
of or belonging to Pherecydes

Pheres
Pherēs
noun
the name of a Trojan

Pheretiada
Pherētiada
noun
the inhabitants of Naples

Pheretiades
Pherētiadēs
noun
son of Pheres

Pheretus
Pherētus
noun
son of Jason and Medea

Pherinum
Pherinum
noun
a castle in Thessaly

pherombros
pherombros
noun
another name for

pheugydros
pheugȳdros
adjective
hydrophobic

pheugydros
pheugydros
adjective
hydrophobic

pheuxaspidion
pheuxaspidion
noun
another name of the plant

Phiala
Phiala
noun
a companion of Diana

phiala
phiala
noun
A broad

Phiale
Phialē
noun
a companion of Diana

Phidiacus
Phīdiacus
adjective
of or belonging to Phidias

Phidias
Phīdiās
noun
a famous sculptor

Phidippides
Phīdippidēs
noun
a famous courier at Athens

Phidippus
Phīdippus
noun
Grandson of Hercules

phiditium
phīditium
noun
the public meals of the Lacedaemonians

phiditium
phīditium
noun

Phidon
Phīdōn
noun
a descendant of Hercules

Phila
Phila
noun
a small island in the Nile

Philadelphenus
Philadelphēnus
noun
the inhabitants of the city of Philadelphia in Lydia

Philadelphia
Philadelphīa
noun
an important city of Lydia

Philadelphus
Philadelphus
noun
a Grecian and Roman surname

Philaenus
Philaenus
noun
two Carthaginian brothers

Philammon
Philammōn
noun
son of Apollo

philanthropia
philanthrōpia
noun
a benevolence

philanthropium
philanthrōpium
noun

philanthropos
philanthrōpos
noun
goose-grass

philargicus
philargicus
adjective
fond of ease

philargyria
philargyria
noun
the love of money

philema
philēma
noun
a kiss

Philemo
Philēmō
noun
A Greek comic poet

Philemon
Philēmōn
noun
A Greek comic poet

philetaeria
philetaeria
noun
a plant

philetaeris
philetaeris
noun
a plant

Philetas
Philētās
noun
a Greek elegiac poet of Cos

Phileteus
Philētēus
adjective
of or belonging to Philetas

Philippensis
Philippensis
cross-reference

Philippensis
Philippensis
adjective
of or belonging to Philippi

Philippeum
Philippēum
noun
a gold coin struck by Philip

Philippeus
Philippēus
adjective

Philippeus
Philippēus
adjective

Philippeus
Philippēus
adjective
of or belonging to Philip

Philippeus
Philippēus
adjective
of or belonging to Philippi

Philippianus
Philippiānus
adjective
Philippian

Philippica
Philippica
noun

Philippicus
Philippicus
adjective
of or belonging to Philippi

Philippicus
Philippicus
adjective

Philippicus
Philippicus
adjective

Philippicus
Philippicus
adjective
of or belonging to Philip

Philippides
Philippides
noun

Philippides
Phīlippidēs
noun
a famous courier at Athens

Philippius
Philippius
adjective
of or belonging to Philip

Philippopolis
Philippopolis
noun
A city of Thrace on the Hebrus

Philippus
Philippus
noun
Philip

Philippus
Philippus
noun
a city in Macedonia

Philistaea
Philistaea
noun
the southwestern portion of Canaan

Philistaeus
Philistaeus
noun
a Philistine

Philisthaea
Philisthaea
noun
the southwestern portion of Canaan

Philisthaeus
Philisthaeus
noun
a Philistine

Philisthiim
Philisthiim
noun
the Philistines

Philisthinus
Philisthīnus
noun
the Philistines

Philistinus
Philistīnus
noun
the Philistines

Philistinus
Philistīnus
adjective
the Philistine Fosses

Philistion
Philistiōn
noun
A celebrated physician

Philistus
Philistus
noun
a historian in Syracuse in the reign of the tyrant Dionysius

philitium
phīlitium
noun
the public meals of the Lacedaemonians

Phillyrides
Phillyridēs
noun
Chiron

Phillyrides
Phillyrides
noun

Philo
Philō
noun
An Academic philosopher of Athens

philocalia
philocalia
noun
a love of the beautiful

philochares
philochares
noun
a plant

Philocomasium
Philocōmasium
noun
the name of a girl

Philocteta
Philoctēta
noun
son of Paeas of Thessaly

Philoctetaeus
Philoctētaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Philoctetes

Philoctetes
Philoctētēs
noun
son of Paeas of Thessaly

Philodemus
Philodēmus
noun
a famous Epicurean philosopher in the time of Cicero

philograecus
philograecus
adjective
fond of Greek

Philolaus
Philolāus
noun
a Pythagorean philosopher of Croton

philologia
philologia
noun
love of learning or letters

philologus
philologus
noun
a person engaged in learned or literary pursuits

philologus
philologus
adjective
Of or belonging to learning

Philomela
Philomēla
noun
daughter of Pandion

Philomelensis
Philomēlensis
noun
the inhabitants of Philomelium

Philomelium
Philomēlium
noun
a city in Phrygia Major

Philometor
Philomētor
noun
an appellation of Attalus

Philon
Philōn
noun
An Academic philosopher of Athens

Philonianus
Philōniānus
adjective
of Philo

Philonium
Philōnium
noun
A Roman surname

philopaes
philopaes
noun
a plant

Philopater
Philopater
noun
a Roman surname

Philopator
Philopator
noun
An appellation of the fourth Ptolemy of Egypt

Philopoemen
Philopoemen
noun
a celebrated general of the Achaean

philopygista
philopȳgista
noun
an abandoned person

Philorhomaeus
Philorhōmaeus
noun
friend or lover of the Romans

philosarca
philosarca
noun
a lover of the flesh

philosopha
philosopha
noun
a female philosopher

philosophaster
philosophaster
noun
a bad philosopher

philosophe
philosophē
adverb
philosophically

philosophia
philosophia
noun
philosophical systems or sects

philosophia
philosophia
noun
philosophy

philosophice
philosophicē
adverb
in a philosophical manner

philosophicus
philosophicus
adjective
of or belonging to philosophy

philosophor
philosophor
verb
to apply one's self to philosophy

philosophumenos
philosophūmenos
adjective
philosophical

philosophus
philosophus
adjective
philosophical

philosophus
philosophus
noun
a philosopher

philostorgus
philostorgus
adjective
loving tenderly

philotechnus
philotechnus
adjective
fond of the arts or relating to the

Philotes
Philotēs
noun
son of Paeas of Thessaly

Philoxenus
Philoxenus
noun
a Roman surname

philtrodotes
philtrodotēs
noun
A plant

philtrum
philtrum
noun
a love-potion

philura
philura
noun
the linden-tree

Philus
Philus
noun
a Roman surname

philus
philus
adjective
beloved

Philyra
Philyra
noun
a nymph

philyra
philyra
noun
the linden-tree

Philyreius
Philyrēius
adjective
Philyrean

Philyreus
Philyrēus
adjective
Philyrean

Philyrides
Philyridēs
noun
Chiron

philyrinus
philyrinus
adjective
made of the inner bark of the linden-tree

phimus
phīmus
noun
a dice-box

Phineius
Phīnēius
adjective
of or belonging to Phineus

Phineus
Phīnēus
adjective
of or belonging to Phineus

Phineus
Phīneus
noun
King of Salmydessus

Phinides
Phīnīdēs
noun
a male descendant of Phineus

Phintia
Phintia
noun
a city in Sicily

Phintias
Phintiās
noun
a Pythagorean

Phintiensis
Phintiensis
noun
the inhabitants of Phintia

phlebotomia
phlebotomia
noun
blood-letting

phlebotomice
phlebotomicē
noun
blood-letting

phlebotomo
phlebotomō
verb
to let blood from

phlebotomus
phlebotomus
noun
a lancet

Phlegethon
Phlegethōn
noun
a river in the Lower World

Phlegethonteus
Phlegethontēus
adjective
Phlegethontian

Phlegethontis
Phlegethontis
noun
Phlegethontian

phlegma
phlegma
noun
a clammy humor of the body

phlegmaticus
phlegmaticus
adjective
full of phlegm

phlegmon
phlegmōn
noun
a burning heat or inflammation beneath the skin

phlegmone
phlegmonē
noun
a burning heat or inflammation beneath the skin

Phlegon
Phlegōn
noun
one of the four horses of the sun

phlegontis
phlegontis
noun

Phlegra
Phlegra
noun
a country of Macedonia

Phlegraeos
Phlegraeos
noun
one of the Centaurs

Phlegraeus
Phlegraeus
adjective

Phlegraeus
Phlegraeus
noun
one of the Centaurs

Phlegraeus
Phlegraeus
adjective
Phlegraean

Phlegya
Phlegya
noun
a predatory people from Thrace

Phlegyas
Phlegyās
noun
the son of Mars

phleos
phleos
cross-reference

Phliasius
Phlīāsius
adjective

Phliasius
Phlīāsius
adjective
of or belonging to Phlius

Phliuntius
Phlīuntius
noun

Phliuntius
Phlīuntius
noun

Phlius
Phlīūs
noun
a city of Peloponnesus

phloginos
phloginos
noun
a flamecolored gem

phlogites
phlogītēs
noun

phlogitis
phlogītis
noun
a flamecolored gem

phlomis
phlomis
noun
mullein

phlomos
phlomos
noun
mullein

phlox
phlox
noun
flower

phoba
phoba
noun
a corymb

Phobetor
Phobētor
noun
son of Morpheus

phobodipsos
phobodipsos
noun
hydrophobia

phoca
phōca
noun
a seal

Phocaea
Phōcaea
noun
a maritime town of Ionia

Phocaeensis
Phōcaeensis
noun
the Phocaeans

Phocaeensis
Phōcaeensis
adjective
Phocaean

Phocaeus
Phōcaeus
noun
the Phocaeans

Phocaicus
Phōcaicus
adjective
Phocaean

Phocaicus
Phōcaicus
adjective
Phocian

Phocaicus
Phōcaicus
adjective

Phocais
Phōcais
noun

Phocais
Phōcais
noun
Phocaean

phoce
phōcē
noun
a seal

Phocensis
Phōcensis
noun
the inhabitants of Phocaea

Phocensis
Phōcensis
noun

Phocensis
Phōcensis
noun
the Phocians

Phoceus
Phōcēus
adjective
Phocian

Phoceus
Phōcēus
adjective

Phocii
Phōciī
noun
the Phocians

Phocion
Phōciōn
noun
an Athenian general

phocis
phōcis
noun
a kind of pear-tree on the isle of Chios

Phocis
Phōcis
noun
the country between Baeotia and Aetolia

Phocius
Phōcius
noun

Phocus
Phōcus
noun
son of Aeacus

Phoebas
Phoebas
noun

Phoebas
Phoebas
noun
a priestess of Apollo

Phoebe
Phoēbē
noun
The moongoddess

Phoebeius
Phoebēius
adjective

Phoebeius
Phoebēius
adjective
Phaebean

Phoebeum
Phoebēum
noun
a temple of Phaebus

Phoebeus
Phoebēus
adjective

Phoebeus
Phoebēus
adjective
Phaebean

Phoebigena
Phoebigena
noun
son of Phaebus

Phoebus
Phoebus
noun
a poetical appellation of Apollo as the god of light

Phoenica
Phoenīca
noun
Phaenicia

phoenice
phoenīcē
noun
a kind of barley

Phoenice
Phoenīcē
noun
Phaenicia

phoeniceus
phoenīceus
adjective
purple-red

Phoenicia
Phoenīcia
noun
A small island in the Aegean Sea

Phoenicias
Phoenīciās
noun
the south-south-east wind

Phoenicis
Phoenīcis
noun
the Phaenicians

phoenicitis
phoenīcītis
noun
a precious stone

Phoenicius
Phoenīcius
adjective
Phaenician

phoenicobalanus
phoenīcobalanus
noun
the Egyptian date

phoenicopterus
phoenīcopterus
noun
the flamingo

phoenicurus
phoenīcūrus
noun
a bird

Phoenicusa
Phoenīcūsa
noun
one of the Aeolian islands

Phoenicussa
Phoenīcussa
noun
one of the Aeolian islands

Phoenissa
Phoenissa
noun
Carthage

Phoenissa
Phoenissa
noun
Theban

Phoenissa
Phoenissa
adjective

Phoenissus
Phoenissus
adjective
Phaenician

Phoenissus
Phoenissus
adjective

phoenix
phoenix
noun
the phaenix

Phoenix
Phoenix
noun
The son of Amyntor

Phoenix
Phoenix
noun
a Phaenician

Phoenix
Phoenix
adjective
a Phaenician

Pholoe
Pholoē
noun
A forestclad mountain in Arcadia

Pholoeticus
Pholoēticus
adjective
of or belonging to Mount Pholoe

Pholus
Pholus
noun
a Centaur

phonascus
phōnascus
noun
A teacher of singing and declamation

phonema
phōnēma
noun
a saying

Phonolenides
Phonōlenidēs
noun
son of Phonolenus

phonos
phonos
noun
another name of the plant

phonus
phonus
noun
another name of the plant

Phorbas
Phorbas
adjective
the name of several mythic personages

Phorcis
Phorcis
noun
a female descendant of Phorcus

Phorcis
Phorcis
noun

Phorcus
Phorcus
noun
son of Neptune

phorcus
phorcus
noun

Phorcyn
Phorcyn
noun
son of Neptune

Phorcynis
Phorcȳnis
noun
the daughter of Phorcus

Phorcys
Phorcys
noun
a female descendant of Phorcus

Phorcys
Phorcys
noun
son of Neptune

phorimon
phorimon
noun
a kind of alum

Phormio
Phormiō
noun
The name of a parasite in Terence

phormio
phormiō
noun
wicker-work of reeds or rushes

Phoroneus
Phorōnēus
adjective
Phoronean

Phoroneus
Phorōneus
noun
son of Inachus

Phoronis
Phorōnis
noun
Io

Phoronis
Phorōnis
noun
Phoronean

phosphoreus
phosphoreus
adjective
of or belonging to the morning-star

Phosphorus
Phosphorus
noun
The morning-star

Photiniani
Phōtīniānī
adverb
the bishop of Sirmium

Photinus
Phōtīnus
noun
a male proper name

Phraates
Phraātēs
noun
the name of several kings of Parthia

Phradmon
Phradmon
noun
a celebrated statuary of Argos

Phraganda
Phraganda
noun
a city in Thrace

phragmites
phragmītēs
noun
a kind of reed growing in hedges

Phrahates
Phrahātēs
noun

Phrahates
Phrahātēs
noun
the name of several kings of Parthia

phrasis
phrasis
noun
diction

phrenesis
phrenēsis
noun
madness

phreneticus
phrenēticus
adjective
mad

phrenion
phrenion
noun
a plant

phreniticus
phrenīticus
adjective
mad

phreniticus
phrenīticus
adjective

phrenitis
phrenītis
noun

phrenitizo
phrenītīzō
verb
to be mad

Phrixeus
Phrixēus
adjective
Of or belonging to Phrixus

Phrixiana
Phrixiāna
noun
clothing made of superior wool

Phrixianus
Phrixiānus
adjective
Phrixian

Phrixos
Phrixos
noun
son of Athamas and Nephele

Phrixus
Phrixus
noun
son of Athamas and Nephele

phronesis
phronēsis
noun
understanding

phryganion
phryganion
noun
an animal

Phrygia
Phrygia
noun
the country of Phrygia

Phrygia
Phrygia
noun
Phrygian women

Phrygianus
Phrygiānus
adjective

Phrygicus
Phrygicus
adjective
Phrygian

phrygio
phrygiō
adjective

phrygionius
phrygiōnius
adjective
embroidered

Phrygis
Phrygis
noun
the Phrygians

Phrygiscus
Phrygiscus
adjective
Phrygian

Phrygius
Phrygius
adjective
Phrygian

Phryne
Phrȳnē
noun
A celebrated hetaera in Athens

phrynion
phrȳnion
noun
a plant

phrynos
phrȳnos
noun
a kind of venomous frog

Phryx
Phryx
adjective
Phrygian

Phryx
Phryx
noun
a river in Ionia

Phryxeus
Phryxēus
adjective
Of or belonging to Phrixus

Phryxianus
Phryxiānus
adjective
Phrixian

Phryxonides nymphae
Phryxonides nymphae
expression
the fabled rearers of the first bees

Phryxus
Phryxus
noun
son of Athamas and Nephele

Phthas
Phthas
noun
the Egyplian Vulcan

Phthia
Phthīa
noun
a city in Thessaliotis

Phthias
Phthīas
noun
a Phthian woman

Phthiota
Phthīōta
noun
a Phthiote

Phthiotes
Phthīōtēs
noun
a Phthiote

Phthioticus
Phthīōticus
adjective
of Phthiotis

Phthiotis
Phthīōtis
noun
Phthiotis

phthir
phthīr
noun
louse

phthiriasis
phthīriasis
noun
the lousy disease

Phthirophagus
Phthīrophagus
noun
a people of Sarmatia

phthirophoros
phthīrophoros
noun
a kind of pine-tree that bears very small cones

phthisicus
phthisicus
adjective
consumptive

phthisis
phthisis
noun
consumption

phthisisco
phthisiscō
verb
to become consumptive or phthisical

phthitarus
phthitarus
verb
to become consumptive or phthisical

Phthius
Phthīus
cross-reference

Phthius
Phthīus
adjective
of or belonging to Phthia

phthongus
phthongus
noun
a sound

phthorius
phthorius
adjective
corrupting

phu
phu
interjection
foh! fugh!

phu
phū
noun
a kind of valerian

phulacista
phulacista
cross-reference

phulacista
phulacista
noun
a jailer

phun
phun
noun
a kind of valerian

phy
phy
interjection
pish! tush!

Phyaces
Phyācēs
noun
a king of the Getae

phycis
phȳcis
noun
a fish that lives among sea-weed

phycitis
phȳcītis
noun
a precious stone

phycos
phȳcos
noun
sea-weed

Phycus
Phȳcūs
noun
a promontory in Cyrene

Phygela
Phygela
noun
a town and harbor of Ionia

phylaca
phylaca
noun
a prison

Phylacaeus
Phylacaeus
noun
the Phylacians

Phylace
Phylacē
noun
A city of Thessaly

Phylaceis
Phylacēis
noun
adj. f

Phylaceis
Phylacēis
noun
Laodamia

Phylaceius
Phylacēius
adjective
Phylacian

Phylacides
Phylacidēs
noun
Phylacides

Phylacides
Phȳlacidēs
noun
Phylacides

phylacista
phylacista
noun
a jailer

phylacterium
phylactērium
noun
an amulet

phylarchus
phylarchus
noun
the chief of a tribe

Phyle
Phȳlē
noun
a castle in Attica

Phyllacides
Phyllacides
noun

Phyllacides
Phyllacidēs
noun
Phylacides

phyllanthes
phyllanthes
noun
a plant with prickly leaves

Phylleis
Phyllēis
noun
adj. f

Phylleius
Phyllēius
adjective
of or belonging to Phyllus in Thessaly

Phyllis
Phyllis
noun
Daughter of King Sithon of Thrace

Phyllius
Phyllius
noun
a Baeotian who was in love with Cygnus

Phyllodoce
Phyllodocē
noun
a sea-nymph

phyllon
phyllon
noun
a plant

Phyllos
Phyllos
noun
a region in Arcadia

phyma
phȳma
noun
a kind of boil or tumor

phynon
phynon
noun
a kind of eye-salve

phyrama
phȳrāma
noun
the gum of the tree called

Physcon
Physcōn
noun
an epithet of Ptolemy Euergetes II. of Egypt

physema
phȳsēma
noun
a hollow

physeter
phȳsēter
noun
A blow-pipe

physica
physica
noun
natural science

physice
physicē
adverb
in the manner of naturalists

physice
physicē
noun
natural science

physicum
physicum
noun

physicum
physicum
noun
physics

physicus
physicus
noun
a natural philosopher

physicus
physicus
adjective
of or belonging to natural philosophy or physics

physiognomon
physiognōmōn
noun
a physiognomist

physiologia
physiologia
noun
knowledge of nature

physiologice
physiologicē
adverb
naturally

physiologicus
physiologicus
adjective
of or belonging to physiology

physiologum
physiologum
adjective
of or belonging to physiology

physiologus
physiologus
adjective
of or belonging to physiology

physis
physis
noun
nature

phyteuma
phyteuma
noun
groundsel

piabilis
piābilis
adjective
that may be expiated

piaclum
piāclum
noun
a means of appeasing a deity

piacularis
piāculāris
adjective
atoning

piaculariter
piāculāriter
adverb
sinfully

piaculo
piāculō
verb
to appease or propitiate with an offering

piaculum
piāculum
noun
a means of appeasing a deity

piamen
piāmen
noun
a means of expiation

piamentum
piāmentum
noun
a means of expiation

piatio
piātiō
noun
an appeasing or propitiating of the gods by offerings

piatrix
piātrix
noun
she that appeases the gods by a sacrifice

pica
pīca
noun
a pie

Picanus
Pīcānus
noun
a mountain in the territory of the Picentines

Picanus
Picānus
noun
a mountain in the territory of the Picentines

picaria
picāria
noun
a place where pitch is made

picati
picātī
cross-reference

picatus
picātus
adjective

picatus
picātus
adjective
pitchy

picea
picea
noun
the pitch-pine

piceatus
piceātus
adjective
bedaubed with pitch

Picens
Pīcens
adjective

Picens
Pīcens
adjective
of or belonging to Picenum

Picens
Pīcens
noun
the inhabitants of Picenum

Picentia
Pīcentia
noun
a city in Campania

Picentinus
Pīcentīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Picentia

Picentinus
Pīcentīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Picentes

Picentinus
Pīcentīnus
adjective

Picenum
Pīcēnum
noun
a district in the eastern part of Italy which produced fruits and oil of excellent quality

Picenus
Pīcēnus
adjective
Picene

piceus
piceus
adjective
of pitch

picinus
picinus
adjective
pitch-black

pico
picō
verb
to bedaub with pitch

picra
picra
noun
a medicine made of aloes

picridia
picridia
noun
bitter salad

picris
picris
noun
Bitter lettuce

pictacium
pictacium
noun

Pictava
Pictāva
noun
the capital of the Pictavi

Pictavicus
Pictāvicus
adjective
Pictavian

Pictavus
Pictāvus
noun
a later appellation of the

pictilis
pictilis
adjective
embroidered

Pictonicus
Pictonicus
adjective
Pictonic

Pictonis
Pictonis
noun
a people in Aquitanian Gaul

Pictor
Pictor
noun
a surname in the gens Fabia.

pictor
pictor
noun
A painter

pictorius
pictōrius
adjective
of or belonging to painters

pictura
pictūra
noun
painting

picturatus
pictūrātus
adjective
painted

pictus
pictus
adjective
painted

Pictus
Pictus
noun
a people of Britain

pictus
pictus
adjective

picula
picula
noun
a little pitch

Picumnus
Pīcumnus
noun
two brother deities of the Romans

Picus
Pīcus
noun
son of Saturn

picus
pīcus
noun
A woodpecker

pie
piē
adverb
piously

piens
piens
adjective

Pieria
Pīeria
noun
A country of Macedonia

Pieria
Pīeria
noun
the Muses

Piericus
Pīericus
adjective
Pierian

Pieridis
Pīeridis
noun
the Muses

Pieris
Pīeris
noun
daughter of Pierus

Pierius
Pīerius
adjective
Pierian

Pieros
Pīeros
noun
King of Emathia

Pierus
Pīerus
noun
King of Emathia

Pietas
Pietās
noun
a Roman surname

Pietas
Pietas
noun
a goddess

pietas
pietās
noun
dutiful conduct

pietaticultrix
pietāticultrix
noun
that practises maternal care

pigeo
pigeō
verb
to feel annoyance or reluctance at

piger
piger
adjective
unwilling

piget
piget
cross-reference

pigmentarius
pigmentārius
adjective
of or belonging to paints or unguents

pigmentarius
pigmentārius
noun
a dealer in paints or unguents

pigmentatus
pigmentātus
adjective
painted

pigmentum
pigmentum
noun
a material

pigneraticia
pignerātīcia
adjective
of or belonging to a pledge

pigneraticius
pignerātīcius
adjective
of or belonging to a pledge

pigneratio
pignerātiō
noun
a pledging

pigneratius
pignerātius
adjective
of or belonging to a pledge

pignerator
pignerātor
noun
one who takes a pledge

pignero
pignerō
verb
to give as a pledge

pigneror
pigneror
verb
to take as a pledge

pignoraticius
pignorātīcius
cross-reference

pignoraticius
pignorātīcius
adjective
of or belonging to a pledge

pignoriscapio
pignoriscapiō
noun
a taking or seizing as a pledge

pignosa
pignosa
cross-reference

pignus
pignus
noun
a pledge

pigre
pigrē
adverb
slowly

pigredo
pigrēdō
noun
sloth fulness

pigredo
pīgrēdō
noun
sloth fulness

pigreo
pigreō
verb
to be slow

pigreo
pīgreō
verb
to be slow

pigresco
pīgrescō
verb
to become slow

pigresco
pigrescō
verb
to become slow

pigritas
pigritās
noun
slothfulness

pigritas
pīgritās
noun
slothfulness

pigritia
pīgritia
noun
sloth

pigritia
pigritia
noun
sloth

pigrities
pigritiēs
noun
sloth

pigrities
pīgritiēs
noun
sloth

pigritor
pigritor
verb
to be slow

pigritor
pīgritor
verb
to be slow

pigro
pigrō
verb
to be indolent

pigro
pīgrō
verb
to be indolent

pigror
pigror
verb
to be slow

pigror
pīgror
verb
to be slow

pigror
pigror
noun
sluggishness

pigror
pīgror
noun
sluggishness

piguus
piguus
adjective
indolent

pii
piī
adverb
the departed

pila
pila
noun
a ball

pila
pīla
noun
a mortar

pila
pīla
noun
a pillar

pilanus
pīlānus
noun
a triarius

pilaris
pilāris
adjective
of or belonging to a ball

pilarium
pilārium
noun
a burialplace where the ashes of the dead were deposited in cylindrical vases

pilarius
pilārius
noun
one who performs tricks with balls

pilastilus
pilastilus
noun
a javelinmaker

pilates
pilates
noun
a kind of stone

pilatim
pīlātim
adverb
pillar-wise

pilatrix
pilātrix
noun
she that robs or plunders

pilatus
pīlātus
adjective
closepressed

Pilatus
Pīlātus
noun
a Roman surname

pilatus
pīlātus
adjective

pilatus
pīlātus
adjective
armed with javelins

pileatus
pīleātus
adjective
covered with the

pilentum
pīlentum
noun
an easy chariot or carriage

pileo
pīleō
cross-reference

pileus
pīleus
cross-reference

pilicrepus
pilīcrepus
noun
a ballplayer

pilleatus
pilleātus
adjective
covered with the

pilleo
pilleō
verb
to place

pilleolum
pilleolum
noun
a small felt cap

pilleolus
pilleolus
noun
a small felt cap

pilleum
pilleum
noun
a felt cap or hat

pilleus
pilleus
noun
a felt cap or hat

pilo
pilō
verb
to put forth hairs

pilo
pīlō
verb
to ram down

pilosus
pilōsus
noun
a shaggy person or creature

pilosus
pilōsus
adjective
hairy

pilula
pilula
noun
a little ball

pilum
pīlum
noun
a pounder

Pilumnus
Pīlumnus
noun
two brother deities of the Romans

Pilumnus
Pīlumnus
noun

pilus
pīlus
noun
primus

Pilus
Pilus
noun
a Roman surname

pilus
pilus
noun
a hair

Pimplea
Pimplēa
noun
A Muse

Pimpleis
Pimplēis
noun
adj. f

Pimpleus
Pimplēus
adjective
Pimplean

Pimplias
Pimplīas
noun
a Pimpliad

Pimplias
Pimplias
noun
a Pimpliad

pina
pīna
cross-reference
a kind of mussel

pina
pīna
noun
the sea-pen

pinacotheca
pinacothēca
noun
a picture-gallery

pinacothece
pinacothēcē
noun
a picture-gallery

Pinarius
Pīnārius
adjective
of or belonging to the Pinarii

Pinarius
Pīnārius
noun
the name of a Roman sacerdotal family

Pinarus
Pīnarus
noun
a river in Cilicia

pinastellum
pīnastellum
noun
a plant

pinastellus
pīnastellus
noun
a plant

pinaster
pīnaster
noun
a wild pine

pinax
pinax
noun
a picture on a wooden tablet

pincerna
pincerna
noun
a cupbearer

Pincianus
Pinciānus
adjective
of or belonging to the

Pincius
Pincius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

Pindareus
Pindareus
adjective
Pindaric

Pindaricus
Pindaricus
adjective
Pindaric

Pindarus
Pindarus
noun
Pindar

Pindenissa
Pindenissa
noun
the inhabitants of Pindenissus

Pindenissum
Pindenissum
noun
a fortified town in Cilicia

Pindenissus
Pindenissus
noun
a fortified town in Cilicia

Pindos
Pindos
noun
a lofty mountain in Thessaly

Pindus
Pindus
noun
a lofty mountain in Thessaly

pinea
pīnea
noun
a pine-nut

pinetum
pīnētum
noun
a pine-wood

pineum
pīneum
noun
a pine-cone

pineus
pīneus
adjective
of the pine

pingo
pingō
verb
to represent pictorially

pinguamen
pinguāmen
noun
fat

pingue
pingue
noun
fat

pinguedo
pinguēdō
noun
fatness

pinguefacio
pinguefaciō
verb
to make fat

pinguesco
pinguescō
verb
to become or grow fat

pinguiarius
pinguiārius
noun
one who likes fat

pinguiculus
pinguiculus
adjective
somewhat fat

pinguis
pinguis
adjective
fat

pinguiter
pinguiter
adverb
fatly

pinguitia
pinguitia
noun
fatness

pinguities
pinguitiēs
noun
fatness

pinguitudo
pinguitūdō
noun
fatness

pinguiusculus
pinguiusculus
adjective
somewhat fat

pinifer
pīnifer
adjective
pine-bearing

piniger
pīniger
adjective
pine-bearing

pinna
pinna
noun

pinna
pinna
noun
the sea-pen

pinna
pinna
noun
a feather

pinna
pinna
cross-reference
a kind of mussel

pinnaculum
pinnāculum
noun
a peak

pinnapes
pinnapes
adjective
winged on the feet

pinnatus
pinnātus
adjective
feathered

pinnicillum
pinnicillum
noun

pinniger
pinniger
adjective
feather-bearing

pinniger
pi