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rabide
rabidē
adverb
madly

rabidus
rabidus
adjective
raving

rabies
rabiēs
noun
rage

rabio
rabiō
verb
to rave

rabiose
rabiōsē
adverb
ravingly

rabiosulus
rabiōsulus
adjective
a little rabid

rabiosus
rabiōsus
adjective
raving

rabula
rabula
noun
a brawling advocate

racemifer
racēmifer
adjective
cluster-bearing

racemus
racēmus
noun
a bunch

radians
radiāns
adjective
beaming

radiatus
radiātus
adjective
furnished with rays

radicitus
rādīcitus
adverb
by the roots

radicula
rādīcula
noun
a small root

radior
radior
verb
to gleam

radio
radiō
verb
to gleam

radius
radius
noun
a staff

radix
rādīx
noun
a root

rado
rādō
verb
to scrape

raeda
raeda
noun
a travelling-carriage with four wheels

raedarius
raedārius
noun
a coachman

ramale
rāmāle
noun
twigs

rameus
rāmeus
adjective
of boughs

ramex
rāmex
noun
a rupture

Ramnensis
Ramnēnsis
noun
one of the three tribes of free citizens in the early Roman state (cf. Luceres

Ramnis
Ramnis
noun
one of the three tribes of free citizens in the early Roman state (cf. Luceres

ramosus
rāmōsus
adjective
full of boughs

ramulus
rāmulus
noun
a twig

ramus
rāmus
noun
a branch

rana
rāna
noun
a frog

rancidulus
rancidulus
adjective
stinking

rancidus
rancidus
adjective
stinking

ranunculus
rānunculus
noun
a little frog

rapacitas
rapācitās
noun
greed

rapax
rapāx
adjective
tearing

raphanus
raphanus
noun
a radish

rapide
rapidē
adverb
hurriedly

rapiditas
rapiditās
noun
swiftness

rapidus
rapidus
adjective
tearing away

rapina
rapīna
noun
an act of robbery

rapio
rapiō
verb
to seize and carry off

rapta
rapta
noun
a ravished one

raptim
raptim
adverb
snatchingly

raptio
raptiō
noun
an abduction

rapto
raptō
verb
to seize and carry off

raptor
raptor
noun
a robber

raptum
raptum
noun
plunder

raptus
raptus
participle
p. of rapio

raptus
raptus
noun
a snatching away

rapulum
rāpulum
noun
a little turnip

raresco
rārēscō
verb
to grow thin

raritas
rāritās
noun
looseness of texture

raro
rārō
adverb
seldom

rarus
rārus
adjective
loosely textured

rasilis
rāsilis
adjective
scraped

rastrum
rāstrum
noun
a toothed hoe

rasus
rāsus
participle
p. of rado

ratio
ratiō
noun
a reckoning

ratiocinatio
ratiōcinātiō
noun
an exercise of the reasoning powers

ratiocinativus
ratiōcinātīvus
adjective
[in rhetoric] of reasoning

ratiocinator
ratiōcinātor
noun
a reckoner

ratiocinor
ratiōcinor
verb
to reckon

ratis
ratis
noun
a raft

ratiuncula
ratiuncula
noun
a small reckoning

ratus
ratus
adjective
reckoned

raucisonus
raucisonus
adjective
hoarsesounding

raucus
raucus
adjective
hoarse

raudus
raudus
noun
a rough piece

raudusculum
raudusculum
noun
a little piece of brass money

ravus
rāvus
adjective
gray-yellow

re
re
preposition
again

reapse
reāpse
adverb
in fact

rebellatio
rebellātiō
noun
a revolt

rebellatrix
rebellātrīx
noun
she that renews war

rebellio
rebelliō
noun
a renewal of war

rebellis
rebellis
adjective
that makes war afresh

rebellium
rebellium
noun
a revolt dub

rebello
rebellō
verb
to wage war again

reboo
reboō
verb
to bellow back

recalcitro
recalcitrō
verb
to kick back

recaleo
recaleō
verb
to grow warm again

recalesco
recalēscō
verb
to become warm again

recalfacio
recalfaciō
verb
to warm again

recandesco
recandēscō
verb
to grow white again

recanto
recantō
verb
to charm back

reccido
reccidō
verb
to fall back

recedo
recēdō
verb
to go back

recello
recellō
verb
to spring back

recens
recēns
adverb
lately

recens
recēns
adjective
lately arisen

recenseo
recēnseō
verb
to count

recensio
recēnsiō
noun
an enumeration

receptaculum
receptāculum
noun
a place of deposit

recepto
receptō
verb
to take back

receptor
receptor
noun
a harborer

receptrix
receptrīx
noun
a harborer

receptum
receptum
noun
an engagement

receptus
receptus
participle
p. of recipio

receptus
receptus
noun
a taking back

recessus
recessus
noun
a going back

recessus
recessus
participle
p. of recedo

recicinium
rēcīcīnium
noun
a small kerchief

recidivus
recidīvus
adjective
falling back

recido
recidō
verb
to fall back

recido
recīdō
verb
to cut away

recingo
recingō
verb
to ungird

recino
recinō
verb
to cause to echo

reciperatio
reciperātiō
noun
a getting back

reciperator
reciperātor
noun
a regainer

reciperatorius
reciperātōrius
adjective
of the recuperatores

recipero
reciperō
verb
to get back

recipio
recipiō
verb
to take back

reciproco
reciprocō
verb
to move back

reciprocus
reciprocus
adjective
returning

recisus
recīsus
participle
p. of 2 reci_do

recitatio
recitātiō
noun
a reading aloud

recitator
recitātor
noun
a reader

recito
recitō
verb
to read out

reclamatio
reclāmātiō
noun
a cry of no

reclamito
reclāmitō
verb
to cry loudly against

reclamo
reclāmō
verb
to cry out against

reclinis
reclīnis
adjective
leaning back

reclino
reclīnō
verb
to bend back

recludo
reclūdō
verb
to unclose

recoctus
recoctus
participle
p. of recoquo

recogito
recōgitō
verb
to think over

recognitio
recōgnitiō
noun
a reviewing

recognosco
recōgnōscō
verb
to know again

recolligo
recolligō
verb
to gather again

recolligo
recolligō
cross-reference

recolo
recolō
verb
to till again

recompositus
recompositus
adjective
readjusted

reconciliatio
reconciliātiō
noun
a re-establishing

reconciliator
reconciliātor
noun
a restorer

reconcilio
reconciliō
verb
to procure again

reconcinno
reconcinnō
verb
to set right again

reconditus
reconditus
adjective
put away

recondo
recondō
verb
to put up again

reconligo
reconligō
verb
to gather again

recoquo
recoquō
verb
to boil again

recordatio
recordātiō
noun
a recalling to mind

recordor
recordor
verb
to think over

recreo
recreō
verb
to make anew

recrepo
recrepō
verb
to resound

recresco
recrēscō
verb
to grow again

recrudesco
recrūdēscō
verb
to become raw again

recta
rēctā
adverb
abl f. of rectus

recte
rēctē
adverb
in a straight line

rectio
rēctiō
noun
a guiding

rector
rēctor
noun
a guide

rectum
rēctum
noun
good

rectus
rēctus
adjective
in a straight line

recubo
recubō
verb
to lie upon the back

recultus
recultus
participle
p. of recolo

recumbo
recumbō
verb
to lie down again

recuperatio
recuperātiō
noun
a getting back

recuperator
recuperātor
noun
a regainer

recuperatorius
recuperātōrius
adjective
of the recuperatores

recupero
recuperō
verb
to get back

recuro
recūrō
verb
to restore

recurro
recurrō
verb
to run back

recurso
recursō
verb
to return persistently

recursus
recursus
noun
a running back

recurvo
recurvō
verb
to bend backward

recurvus
recurvus
adjective
turned back

recusatio
recūsātiō
noun
a declining

recuso
recūsō
verb
to make an objection against

recutio
recutiō
verb
to shake again

red
red
preposition
again

red
red
cross-reference

reda
rēda
cross-reference

reda
rēda
noun
a travelling-carriage with four wheels

redactus
redāctus
participle
p. of redigo

redamo
redamō
verb
to return love for love

redardesco
redārdēscō
verb
to blaze up anew

redarguo
redarguō
verb
to disprove

redarius
rēdārius
noun
a coachman

reddo
reddō
verb
to give back

redduco
reddūcō
cross-reference

redemptio
redēmptiō
noun
a buying back

redempto
redēmptō
verb
to ransom

redemptor
redēmptor
noun
a contractor

redemptura
redēmptūra
noun
an undertaking by contract

redemptus
redēmptus
participle
p. of redimo

redeo
redeō
verb
[people] to go back

redhibeo
redhibeō
verb
of goods purchased and found faulty

redigo
redigō
verb
to drive back

redimiculum
redimīculum
noun
a band

redimio
redimiō
verb
to bind round

redimo
redimō
verb
to buy back

redintegro
redintegrō
verb
to make whole again

reditio
reditiō
noun
a going back

reditus
reditus
noun
a going back

redivia
redivia
noun
a hang-nail

redivivus
redivīvus
adjective
freshened up

redoleo
redoleō
verb
to emit scent

redomitus
redomitus
cross-reference
p.

redono
redōnō
verb
to give back

reduco
redūcō
verb
to lead back

reductio
reductiō
noun
a bringing back

reductor
reductor
noun
one who leads back

reductus
reductus
adjective
withdrawn

reduncus
reduncus
adjective
curved back

redundantia
redundantia
noun
an overflowing

redundo
redundō
verb
to run over

reduvia
reduvia
noun
a hang-nail

redux
redux
adjective
that brings back

refarcio
refarciō
verb
to fill up

refectus
refectus
participle
p. of reficio

refello
refellō
verb
to show to be false

refercio
referciō
verb
to fill up

referio
referiō
verb
to strike back

refero
referō
verb
to bear back

refert
rēfert
verb
it is of advantage

refertus
refertus
adjective
stuffed

refervens
refervēns
adjective
boiling over

refervesco
refervēscō
verb
to boil up

reficio
reficiō
verb
to make again

refigo
refīgō
verb
to unfix

refingo
refingō
verb
to make again

refixus
refīxus
participle
p. of refigo

reflagito
reflāgitō
verb
to demand again

reflatus
reflātus
noun
a contrary wind

reflecto
reflectō
verb
to bend back

reflo
reflō
verb
to blow back

refluo
refluō
verb
to flow back

refluus
refluus
adjective
flowing back

reformidatio
reformīdātiō
noun
a shuddering

reformido
reformīdō
verb
to fear greatly

reformo
refōrmō
verb
to shape again

refoveo
refovēō
verb
to warm again

refractariolus
refrāctāriolus
adjective
somewhat stubborn

refractus
refrāctus
participle
p. of refringo

refraeno
refraenō
cross-reference

refragor
refrāgor
verb
to oppose

refreno
refrēnō
verb
to bridle

refrico
refricō
verb
to rub again

refrigeratio
refrīgerātiō
noun
a cooling

refrigero
refrīgerō
verb
to make cool again

refrigesco
refrīgēscō
verb
to grow cold

refringo
refringō
verb
to break up

refugio
refugiō
verb
to flee back

refugium
refugium
noun
a recourse

refugus
refugus
adjective
fleeing back

refulgeo
refulgeō
verb
to flash back

refundo
refundō
verb
to pour back

refutatio
refūtātiō
noun
a refutation

refuto
refūtō
verb
to check

regalis
rēgālis
adjective
of a king

regaliter
rēgāliter
adverb
royally

regens
regēns
noun
a governor

regero
regerō
verb
to carry back

regia
rēgia
noun
a royal palace

regie
rēgiē
adverb
royally

regifice
rēgificē
adverb
royally

regificus
rēgificus
adjective
royal

regimen
regimen
noun
a means of guidance

regina
rēgīna
noun
a queen

regio
regiō
noun
a direction

regionatim
regiōnātim
adverb
by districts

regius
rēgius
adjective
of a king

reglutino
reglūtinō
verb
to unglue

regnator
rēgnātor
noun
a ruler

regnatrix
rēgnātrīx
noun
ruling

regno
rēgnō
verb
to have royal power

regnum
rēgnum
noun
kingly government

rego
regō
verb
to keep straight

regredior
regredior
verb
to go back

regressus
regressus
noun
a going back

regula
rēgula
noun
a straight stick

regulus
rēgulus
noun
a ruler of a small country

regusto
regustō
verb
to read over

reicio
rēiciō
verb
to throw back

reiectaneus
rēiectāneus
adjective
to be rejected

reiectio
rēiectiō
noun
a throwing back

reiectus
rēiectus
participle
p. of reicio

reiicio
rēiiciō
verb
to throw back

relabor
relābor
verb
to slide back

relanguesco
relanguēscō
verb
to sink down

relatio
relātiō
noun
a bringing back

relatus
relātus
noun
a report

relatus
relātus
participle
p. of refero

relaxatio
relaxātiō
noun
an easing

relaxo
relaxō
verb
to stretch out

relectus
relēctus
participle
p. of 2 relego

relegatio
relēgātiō
noun
a sending away

relego
relegō
verb
to gather together

relego
relēgō
verb
to send away

relentesco
relēntēscō
verb
to grow slack again

relevo
relevō
verb
to lift up

relictio
relictiō
noun
a forsaking

relictus
relictus
participle
p. of relinquo

relicus
relicus
adjective
left

relicuus
relicuus
adjective
left

religatio
religātiō
noun
a tying up

religio
religiō
noun
conscientiousness

religiose
religiōsē
adverb
conscientiously

religiosus
religiōsus
adjective
conscientious

religo
religō
verb
to bind back

relino
relinō
verb
to unseal

relinquo
relinquō
verb
to leave behind

reliquia
reliquia
noun
what is left

reliquus
reliquus
adjective
left

rellig
rellig
cross-reference

relliqu
relliqu
cross-reference

reluceo
relūceō
verb
to shine back

relucesco
relūcēscō
verb
to grow bright again

reluctor
reluctor
verb
to struggle against

remaneo
remaneō
verb
to stay behind

remansio
remānsiō
noun
a staying behind

remedium
remedium
noun
that which restores health

remensus
remēnsus
participle
p. of remetior

remeo
remeō
verb
to go back

remetior
remētior
verb
to measure again

remex
rēmex
noun
a rower

remigatio
rēmigātiō
noun
a rowing

remigium
rēmigium
noun
an oar-plying

remigo
rēmigō
verb
to ply the oar

remigro
remigrō
verb
to journey back

reminiscor
reminīscor
verb
to recall to mind

remisceo
remisceō
verb
to mingle again

remisse
remissē
adverb
gently

remissio
remissiō
noun
a sending back

remissus
remissus
adjective
slack

remitto
remittō
verb
to let go back

remixtus
remīxtus
participle
p. of remisceo

remolior
remōlior
verb
to press back

remollesco
remollēscō
verb
to become soft again

remollio
remolliō
verb
to make soft again

remoramen
remorāmen
noun
a delay

remordeo
remordeō
verb
to bite again

remoror
remoror
verb
to hold back

remote
remōtē
adverb
at a distance

remotio
remōtiō
noun
a putting away

remotus
remōtus
adjective
removed

removeo
removeō
verb
to move back

remugio
remūgiō
verb
to bellow back

remulceo
remulceō
verb
to stroke back

remulcum
remulcum
noun
a tow-rope

remuneratio
remūnerātiō
noun
a recompense

remuneror
remūneror
verb
to repay

remurmuro
remurmurō
verb
to murmur back

remus
rēmus
noun
an oar

ren
rēn
cross-reference

ren
rēn
noun
the kidneys

renarro
renārrō
verb
to tell over again

renascor
renāscor
verb
to be born again

renavigo
renāvigō
verb
to sail back

reneo
reneō
verb
to unspin

renideo
renīdeō
verb
to shine again

renitor
renītor
verb
to strive against

reno
rēnō
noun
a deer-skin

reno
renō
verb
to swim back

renodo
renōdō
verb
to bind back

renovamen
renovāmen
noun
a renewal

renovatio
renovātiō
noun
a renewing

renovo
renovō
verb
to renew

renumero
renumerō
verb
to pay back

renuntiatio
renūntiātiō
noun
a report

renuntio
renūntiō
verb
to bring back word

renuo
renuō
verb
to nod backwards

reor
reor
verb
to reckon

repagulum
repāgulum
noun
a barrier

repandus
repandus
adjective
bent backwards

reparabilis
reparābilis
adjective
that may be repaired

reparo
reparō
verb
to get again

repastinatio
repastinātiō
noun
a digging up again

repecto
repectō
verb

repello
repellō
verb
(repuli_)

rependo
rependō
verb
to weigh back

repens
rēpēns
participle
p. of repo

repens
repēns
adverb
with the predic.

repensus
repēnsus
participle
p. of rependo

repente
repente
adverb
suddenly

repentino
repentīnō
adverb
suddenly

repentinus
repentīnus
adjective
sudden

repercussus
repercussus
participle
p. of repercutio

repercussus
repercussus
noun
a reverberation

repercutio
repercutiō
verb
to strike back

reperio
reperiō
verb
to find again

repertor
repertor
noun
a discoverer

repertus
repertus
participle
p. of reperio

repetitio
repetītiō
noun
a repetition

repetitor
repetītor
noun
one that demands back

repeto
repetō
verb
to fall upon again

repetunda
repetunda
cross-reference
see repeto

repexus
repexus
adjective
combed anew

repleo
repleō
verb
to fill again

repletus
replētus
adjective
filled

replicatio
replicātiō
noun
a folding back

replico
replicō
verb
to fold back

repo
rēpō
verb
to creep

repono
repōnō
verb
to put back

reporto
reportō
verb
to bear back

reposco
repōscō
verb
to demand back

repositus
repositus
participle
p. of repono

repostor
repostor
noun
a restorer

repostus
repostus
adjective
remote

repotium
repōtium
noun
an after-drinking

repperi
repperī
cross-reference
perf. of reperio

repraesentatio
repraesentātiō
noun
a cash payment

repraesento
repraesentō
verb
to make present

reprehendo
reprehendō
verb
to hold back

reprehensio
reprehēnsiō
noun
a taking again

reprehenso
reprehēnsō
verb
to check continually

reprehensor
reprehēnsor
noun
a blamer

reprehensus
reprehēnsus
cross-reference

reprendo
reprēndō
cross-reference

repressor
repressor
noun
a restrainer

reprimo
reprimō
verb
to press back

repromissio
reprōmissiō
noun
a counterpromise

repromitto
reprōmittō
verb
to promise in return

repto
rēptō
verb
to creep

repudiatio
repudiātiō
noun
a rejection

repudio
repudiō
verb
to cast off

repudium
repudium
noun
a putting away

repuerasco
repuerāscō
verb
to become a boy again

repugnans
repūgnāns
adjective
inconsistent

repugnanter
repūgnanter
adverb
unwillingly

repugnantia
repūgnantia
noun
a contradiction

repugno
repūgnō
verb
to fight back

repulsa
repulsa
noun
a rejection

repulsus
repulsus
participle
p. of repello

repulsus
repulsus
noun
a reverberation

repungo
repungō
verb
to goad in turn

repurgo
repūrgō
verb
to clean anew

reputatio
reputātiō
noun
a thinking over

reputo
reputō
verb
to count over

requies
requiēs
noun
rest after toil

requies
requiēs
noun
rest after toil

requiesco
requiēscō
verb
to rest

requietus
requiētus
adjective
rested

requiro
requīrō
verb
to seek again

res
rēs
noun
a thing

resacro
resacrō
verb
to release from a curse

resaevio
resaeviō
verb
to rage again

resaluto
resalūtō
verb
to greet in return

resanesco
resānēscō
verb
to grow sound again

resarcio
resarciō
verb
to patch up

rescindo
rescindō
verb
to cut off

rescisco
rescīscō
verb
(resciit; rescieris

rescissus
rescissus
participle
p. of rescindo

rescribo
rescrībō
verb
to write back

rescriptum
rēscrīptum
noun
an imperial rescript

reseco
resecō
verb
to cut loose

resecutus
resecūtus
participle
(P. of resequor)

resemino
resēminō
verb
to sow again

resequor
resequor
verb
to follow

resero
reserō
verb
to unlock

reservo
reservō
verb
to keep back

reses
reses
adjective
that stays behind

resideo
resideō
verb
to sit back

resido
resīdō
verb
to sit down

residuus
residuus
adjective
left behind

resigno
resīgnō
verb
to unseal

resilio
resiliō
verb
to leap back

resimus
resīmus
adjective
turned up

resinatus
rēsīnātus
adjective
covered with resin

resipio
resipiō
verb
to have a flavor of

resipisco
resipīscō
verb
to recover the senses

resistens
resistēns
adjective
enduring

resisto
resistō
verb
to stand back

resolvo
resolvō
verb
to untie

resonabilis
resonābilis
adjective
resounding

resono
resonō
verb
to sound again

resonus
resonus
adjective
resounding

resorbeo
resorbeō
verb
to suck back

respecto
respectō
verb
to look back

respectus
respectus
noun
a looking back

respectus
respectus
participle
p. of respicio

respergo
respergō
verb
to sprinkle over

respersio
respersiō
noun
a sprinkling over

respersus
respersus
participle
p. of respergo

respicio
respiciō
verb
to look back

respiramen
respīrāmen
noun
the windpipe

respiratio
respīrātiō
noun
a breathing out

respiratus
respīrātus
noun
an inhalation

respiro
respīrō
verb
to blow back

resplendeo
resplendeō
verb
to shine back

respondeo
respondeō
verb
to answer

responsio
respōnsiō
noun
an answer

responsito
respōnsitō
verb
to give professional advice

responso
respōnsō
verb
to return

responsum
respōnsum
noun
an answer

responsus
respōnsus
participle
p. of respondeo

res publica
rēs pūblica
cross-reference

respuo
respuō
verb
to spit back

restagno
restāgnō
verb
to run over

restauro
restaurō
verb
to restore

resticula
resticula
noun
a cord

restinctio
restinctiō
noun
a quenching

restinguo
restinguō
verb
to put out

restipulatio
restipulātiō
noun
a counterengagement

restipulor
restipulor
verb
to stipulate in return

restis
restis
noun
a rope

restito
restitō
verb
to stay behind

restituo
restituō
verb
to set up again

restitutio
restitūtiō
noun
a restoration

restitutor
restitūtor
noun
a restorer

restitutus
restitūtus
participle
p. of restituo

resto
restō
verb
to withstand

restricte
restrictē
adverb
closely

restrictus
restrictus
adjective
bound fast

restringo
restringō
verb
to bind back

resudo
resūdō
verb
to sweat

resulto
resultō
verb
to spring back

resumo
resūmō
verb
to take up again

resupino
resupīnō
verb
to bend back

resupinus
resupīnus
adjective
bent back

resurgo
resurgō
verb
to rise again

resuscito
resuscitō
verb
to revive

retardatio
retardātiō
noun
a delaying

retardo
retardō
verb
to keep back

rete
rēte
noun
a net

retectus
retēctus
participle
p. of retego

retego
retegō
verb
to uncover

retemptento
retemptentō
verb
to try anew

retempto
retemptō
verb
to try anew

retendo
retendō
verb
to release from tension

retentio
retentiō
noun
a keeping back

retento
retentō
verb
to hold back firmly

retento
retentō
cross-reference

retentus
retentus
participle
p. of retendo and of retineo

retexo
retexō
verb
to unweave

retiarius
rētiārius
noun
a gladiator who used a net to entangle his adversary

reticentia
reticentia
noun
a keeping silent

reticeo
reticeō
verb
to be silent

reticulum
rēticulum
noun
a little net

retinaculum
retināculum
noun
a holdfast

retinens
retinēns
adjective
holding fast

retineo
retineō
verb
to hold back

retinnio
retinniō
verb
to ring again

retono
retonō
verb
to thunder back

retorqueo
retorqueō
verb
to twist back

retorridus
retorridus
adjective
parched

retortus
retortus
participle
p. of retorqueo

retractatio
retrāctātiō
noun
a refusal

retractatus
retrāctātus
adjective
revised

retracto
retrāctō
verb
to handle again

retractus
retrāctus
adjective
drawn back

retraho
retrahō
verb
to draw back

retrecto
retrectō
verb
to handle again

retribuo
retribuō
verb
to give back

retro
retrō
adverb
[of motion] backward

retro cedo
retrō cēdō
verb
to go back

retrocedo
retrōcēdō
verb
to go back

retrorsum
retrōrsum
adverb
back

retrorsus
retrōrsus
adverb
back

retroversus
retrōversus
adjective
turned back

retrovorsus
retrōvorsus
adjective
turned back

retrusus
retrūsus
adjective
concealed

retundo
retundō
verb
to beat back

retunsus
retūnsus
adjective
blunted

retusus
retūsus
adjective
blunted

reus
reus
adjective
concerned in a thing

revalesco
revalēscō
verb
to grow well again

reveho
revehō
verb
to carry back

revello
revellō
verb
to pluck away

revelo
revēlō
verb
to unveil

revenio
reveniō
verb
to come back

re vera
re vērā
expression
in fact

reverbero
reverberō
verb
to repel

reverendus
reverendus
adjective
inspiring awe

reverens
reverēns
adjective
respectful

reverenter
reverenter
adverb
respectfully

reverentia
reverentia
noun
timidity

revereor
revereor
verb
to stand in awe of

reversio
reversiō
noun
a turning about

reversus
reversus
participle
p. of revertor

reverto
revertō
verb

revertor
revertor
verb
to turn back

revictus
revīctus
participle
p. of revinco

revincio
revinciō
verb
to bind back

revinco
revincō
verb
to conquer

revinctus
revinctus
participle
p. of revincio

reviresco
revirēscō
verb
to become green again

reviso
revīsō
verb
to look back

revivisco
revīvīscō
verb
to come to life again

revocabilis
revocābilis
adjective
to be recalled

revocamen
revocāmen
noun
a calling back

revocatio
revocātiō
noun
a calling back

revoco
revocō
verb
to call again

revolo
revolō
verb
to fly back

revolsus
revolsus
participle
p. of revello

revolubilis
revolūbilis
adjective
to be rolled back

revolvo
revolvō
verb
to roll back

revomo
revomō
verb
to spew forth again

revorevor
revorevor
cross-reference

revorsio
revorsiō
noun
a turning about

revorto
revortō
verb

revortor
revortor
verb
to turn back

revulsus
revulsus
participle
p. of revello

rex
rēx
noun
an arbitrary ruler

Rhamnensis
Rhamnēnsis
noun
one of the three tribes of free citizens in the early Roman state (cf. Luceres

rhapsodia
rhapsōdia
noun
a rhapsody

Rhea
Rhea
noun
Cybele

rheda
rhēda
cross-reference

rhedarius
rhēdārius
cross-reference

rheno
rhēnō
noun
a deer-skin

rhetor
rhētor
noun
a teacher of oratory

rhetorica
rhētorica
noun
[sc. ars] the art of oratory

rhetorice
rhētoricē
adverb
in an oratorical manner

rhetoricoteros
rhētoricōteros
adjective
more oratorical

rhetoricus
rhētoricus
adjective
of a rhetorician

rhinoceros
rhīnocerōs
noun
a rhinoceros

rho
rhō
noun
[indeclinable] the Greek letter r

Rhoeteus
Rhoetēus
adjective
of the promontory of Rhoeteum

rhombus
rhombus
noun
a magician's circle

rhythmicus
rhythmicus
adjective
rhythmical

ricinium
rīcīnium
noun
a small kerchief

rictum
rictum
noun
the opening of the mouth

rictus
rictus
noun
the aperture of the mouth

rideo
rīdeō
verb
to laugh

ridicule
rīdiculē
adverb
laughably

ridiculus
rīdiculus
adjective
exciting laughter

rigens
rigēns
adjective
stiff

rigeo
rigeō
verb
to be stiff

rigesco
rigēscō
verb
to grow stiff

rigide
rigidē
adverb
rigorously

rigidus
rigidus
adjective
stiff

rigo
rigō
verb
to conduct

rigor
rigor
noun
stiffness

riguus
riguus
adjective
abounding in water

rima
rīma
noun
a cleft

rimor
rīmor
verb
to lay open

rimosus
rīmōsus
adjective
full of cracks

ringor
ringor
verb
to open the mouth wide

ripa
rīpa
noun
a bank

ripula
rīpula
noun
a little bank

riscus
riscus
noun
a trunk

risor
rīsor
noun
a mocker

risus
rīsus
noun
a laughing

rite
rīte
adverb
[see ritus] according to religious usage

ritus
rītus
noun
a form of religious observance

rivalis
rīvālis
noun
of the same brook

rivalitas
rīvālitās
noun
jealous hostility

rivolus
rīvolus
noun
a small brook

rivulus
rīvulus
noun
a small brook

rivus
rīvus
noun
a small stream

rixa
rixa
noun
a quarrel

rixor
rixor
verb
to quarrel

robigo
rōbīgō
noun
metallic oxide

roboratus
rōborātus
cross-reference
part. of roboro

roboreus
rōboreus
adjective
oaken

roboro
rōborō
verb
to make strong

robur
rōbur
noun
hard-wood

robus
rōbus
adjective
red

robustus
rōbustus
adjective
of oak-wood

rodo
rōdō
verb
to gnaw

rodus
rōdus
noun
a rough piece

rodusculum
rōdusculum
noun
a little piece of brass money

rogalis
rogālis
adjective
of a funeral pile

rogatio
rogātiō
noun
a question

rogatiuncula
rōgātiuncula
noun
a little question

rogator
rogator
noun
in the comitia

rogatum
rogātum
noun
a question

rogatus
rogātus
noun
a request

rogito
rogitō
verb
to ask eagerly

rogo
rogō
verb
to ask

rogus
rogus
noun
a funeral pile

Roma
Rōma
noun
Rome

Romanus
Rōmānus
adjective
of Rome

Romuleus
Rōmuleus
adjective
of Romulus

Romulus
Rōmulus
adjective
of Romulus

rorarii
rōrāriī
noun
light-armed troops

roridus
rōridus
adjective
dewy

roro
rōrō
verb
to drop dew

ros
rōs
noun
dew

rosa
rosa
noun
a rose

rosarium
rosārium
noun
a place planted with roses

Roscianus
Rōsciānus
adjective
of Roscius

roscidus
rōscidus
adjective
full of dew

rosetum
rosētum
noun
a garden of roses

roseus
roseus
adjective
rose-colored

ros marinus
rōs marīnus
cross-reference

rostratus
rōstrātus
adjective
having a beak

rostrum
rōstrum
noun
a beak

rosus
rōsus
participle
p. of rodo

rota
rota
noun
a wheel

rotatus
rotātus
adjective
well-rounded

roto
rotō
verb
to turn round

rotunde
rotundē
adverb
roundly

rotundo
rotundō
verb
to make round

rotundus
rotundus
adjective
rolling

rubefacio
rubefaciō
verb
to make red

rubens
rubēns
adjective
red

rubeo
rubeō
verb
to be red

ruber
ruber
adjective
red

rubesco
rubēscō
verb
to grow red

rubeta
rubēta
noun
a toad

rubetum
rubētum
noun
bramble-thickets

rubeus
rubeus
adjective
of the bramble-bush

rubicundulus
rubicundulus
adjective
somewhat ruddy

rubicundus
rubicundus
adjective
red

rubigo
rūbīgō
noun
metallic oxide

rubigo
rūbīgō
cross-reference

rubor
rubor
noun
redness

rubrica
rubrīca
noun
red earth

rubus
rubus
noun
a bramble-bush

ructor
rūctor
verb
to belch forth

ructo
rūctō
verb
freq. of * rugo

ructus
rūctus
noun
a belching

rudens
rudēns
noun
a rope

rudens
rudēns
participle
p. of rudo

rudimentum
rudīmentum
noun
a first attempt

rudis
rudis
adjective
unwrought

rudis
rudis
noun
a slender stick

rudo
rudō
verb
to roar

rudus
rūdus
noun
broken stone

rudus
rūdus
noun
a rough piece

rudusculum
rūdusculum
noun
a little piece of brass money

Rufulus
Rufulus
noun
a tribune of the soldiers elected by the army (from Rutilius Rufus

rufus
rūfus
adjective
red

ruga
rūga
noun
a crease in the face

rugosus
rūgōsus
adjective
wrinkled

ruina
ruīna
noun
a rushing down

ruinosus
ruīnōsus
adjective
fallen

Ruminalis
Rūmīnālis
adjective
of Rumina

ruminatio
rūmīnātiō
noun
a chewing the cud

rumino
rūminō
verb
to chew over again

rumor
rūmor
noun
a rustle

rumpia
rumpīa
noun
a long double-edged sword

rumpo
rumpō
verb
to break

rumusculus
rūmusculus
noun
idle talk

ruo
ruō
verb
to fall with violence

rupes
rūpēs
noun
a rock

ruptor
ruptor
noun
a breaker

ruptus
ruptus
participle
p. of rumpo

ruricola
rūricola
noun
a tiller of the ground

rurigena
rūrigena
noun
a native of the country

rursum
rūrsum
adverb
turned back

rursus
rūrsus
adverb
turned back

rus
rūs
noun
the country

russeus
russeus
adjective
reddish

russus
russus
adjective
red

rustica
rūstica
noun
a country girl

rusticanus
rūsticānus
adjective
of the country

rusticatio
rūsticātiō
noun
a sojourn in the country

rustice
rūsticē
adverb
in a rustic manner

rusticitas
rūsticitās
noun
rustic behavior

rusticor
rūsticor
verb
to sojourn in the country

rusticulus
rūsticulus
noun
a little countryman

rusticus
rūsticus
adjective
[of the country] rural

rusticus
rūsticus
noun
a countryman

ruta
rūta
noun
a bitter herb

rutilo
rutilō
verb
to redden

rutilus
rutilus
adjective
red

rutrum
rūtrum
noun
an implement for digging

rutula
rūtula
noun
a little piece of rue

rutum
rūtum
noun
things dug up

rutunde
rutundē
adverb
roundly

rutundo
rutundō
verb
to make round

rutundus
rutundus
adjective
rolling

 
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