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R
R
noun
s

r
r
noun
s

rabide
rabidē
adverb
ravingly

rabidus
rabidus
adjective
raving

rabies
rabies
noun
rage

rabio
rabiō
verb
to rave

rabiose
rabiōsē
adverb
ravingly

rabiosulus
rabiōsulus
adjective
a little rabid

rabiosus
rabiōsus
adjective
raving

Rabirianus
Rabīriānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Rabirius

Rabirius
Rabīrius
noun
the name of a Roman gens. Thus

rabo
rabō
verb

rabo
rabō
noun

Rabocentus
Rabocentus
noun
a Bessic prince

rabula
rabula
noun
a brawling

rabulana
rabulāna
cross-reference
an unknown kind of pitch

rabulatus
rabulātus
noun
a brawling

rabuscula
rabuscula
adjective
an unknown species of vine

racco
raccō
verb
to utter the natural cry of the tiger

racemarius
racēmārius
adjective
of or belonging to grape-stalks

racematio
racēmātiō
noun
the gleaning of a vineyard

racematus
racēmātus
adjective
having clusters or berries

racemifer
racēmifer
adjective
cluster-bearing

racemor
racēmor
verb
to glean

racemosus
racēmōsus
adjective
full of clusters

racemus
racēmus
noun
the stalk of a cluster

Racilia
Racilia
noun
the name of a Roman

Racilius
Racilius
noun
the name of a Roman

radians
radians
adjective
beaming

radiatilis
radiātilis
adjective
emitting rays

radiatio
radiātiō
noun
a glittering

radiatus
radiātus
adjective
furnished with rays

radicalis
rādīcālis
adjective
having roots

radicatus
rādīcātus
adjective
having roots

radicatus
rādīcātus
adjective
rooted

radicesco
rādīcescō
verb
to take root

radicitus
rādīcitus
adverb
with the roots

radicor
rādīcor
verb
to strike root

radicor
rādīcor
verb
to strike root

radicosus
rādīcōsus
adjective
full of roots

radicula
rādīcula
noun
a small root

radio
radiō
verb
to furnish with spokes

radiolus
radiolus
noun
A small

radiosus
radiōsus
adjective
emitting many beams

radius
radius
noun
a staff

radix
rādix
noun
a root

rado
rādō
verb
to scrape

radula
rādula
noun
a scraping-iron

raeda
raeda
noun
a travelling-carriage or wagon with four wheels

raedarius
raedārius
noun
A coachman

raedarius
raedārius
noun
of or belonging to a four-wheeled carriage

Raetia
Raetia
noun
the country of the Raeti

Raeticus
Raeticus
adjective
Raetian

Raetius
Raetius
adjective
Raetian

Raetus
Raetus
noun
the Raetians

Raetus
Raetus
adjective
Raetian

raia
raia
noun
a sea-fish

Ralla
Ralla
noun
a Roman surname in the Marcian gens.

rallum
rallum
noun
an instrument for scraping off the earth from the ploughshare

rallus
rallus
adjective
thin

ramale
rāmāle
noun
twigs

ramals
rāmāls
noun

ramenta
rāmenta
noun
what is grated

ramentosus
rāmentōsus
adjective
full of little bits

ramentum
rāmentum
noun

ramentum
rāmentum
noun
what is grated

ramentum
rāmentum
noun
what is grated

rameus
rāmeus
adjective
of or belonging to boughs or branches

ramex
rāmex
noun
The blood-vessels of the lungs

ramicosus
rāmicōsus
adjective
afflicted with hernia

Ramises
Ramisēs
noun
an ancient king of Egypt

Ramnensis
Ramnensis
noun
The Latin stock or tribe from whose union with the

Ramns
Ramns
noun
The Latin stock or tribe from whose union with the

ramosus
rāmōsus
adjective
full of boughs

ramula
rāmula
noun
the hoof

ramulosus
rāmulōsus
adjective
full of branching veins

ramulus
rāmulus
noun
a little branch or bough

ramus
rāmus
noun
a branch

ramusculus
rāmusculus
noun
a little branch or bough

rana
rāna
noun
A frog

rancens
rancens
adjective
stinking

rancesco
rancescō
verb
to become stinking

rancide
rancidē
adverb
nauseously

rancidulus
rancidulus
adjective
stinking

rancidus
rancidus
adjective
stinking

ranco
rancō
verb

rancor
rancor
noun
a stinking smell or flavor

ranula
rānula
noun
a little frog

ranunculus
rānunculus
noun
a little frog

rapa
rāpa
noun

rapa
rāpa
noun
a turnip

rapacida
rapācida
noun
robber

rapacitas
rapācitās
noun
greediness

rapacium
rāpācium
noun
turnip tops

rapax
rapax
noun
a beast of prey

rapax
rapax
adjective
grasping

raphaninus
raphanīnus
adjective
of radishes

raphanitis
raphanītis
noun
the sword-lily

raphanos agria
raphanos agria
noun
a sort of wild - radish

raphanus
raphanus
noun
a radish

rapicius
rāpīcius
adjective
of or belonging to rapes or turnips

rapicius
rāpīcius
noun
turnip-shoots

rapide
rapidē
adverb
hurriedly

rapiditas
rapiditās
noun
swiftness

rapidulus
rapidulus
adjective
swift

rapidus
rapidus
adjective
tearing away

rapina
rapīna
noun
Robbery

rapina
rāpīna
noun
A turnip-field

rapinatio
rapīnātiō
noun
plundering

rapinator
rapīnātor
noun
a robber

rapio
rapiō
verb
to seize and carry off

rapistrum
rāpistrum
noun
the wildrape

rapo
rapō
noun
a robber

rapso
rapsō
verb
to snatch or hurry away

rapte
raptē
adverb
Hastily

raptim
raptim
adverb
by snatching or hurrying away

raptio
raptiō
noun
a carrying off

raptito
raptitō
verb

rapto
raptō
verb
to seize and carry off

raptor
raptor
noun
one who seizes by force

raptorius
raptōrius
adjective
that serves for dragging away

raptrix
raptrix
noun
she that carries off

raptum
raptum
noun
robbery

raptum
raptum
noun
the plunder

raptus
raptus
noun
a carrying off by force

raptus
raptus
adjective

rapulum
rāpulum
noun
a little turnip or rape

rapum
rāpum
noun
a turnip

rare
rare
adverb
immensely

rare
rare
adverb
unavoidably

rare
rārē
adverb

rare
rārē
adverb

rare facio
rārē faciō
verb
to make thin or rare

rarefacio
rārēfaciō
verb
to make thin or rare

rarenter
rārenter
adverb
seldom

raresco
rārescō
verb
to grow thin

raripilus
rāripilus
adjective
thinhaired

raritas
rāritās
noun
the state of being loose or not dense

rariter
rāriter
adverb

raritudo
rāritūdō
noun
looseness

raro
rārō
adverb

raro
rārō
adverb

Rarunga
Rarunga
noun
a people of India

rarus
rārus
adjective
having wide interstices between its parts

rasamen
rāsāmen
noun
that which is scraped or shaved off

rasilis
rāsilis
adjective
scraped

rasio
rāsiō
noun
a shaving

rasis
rāsis
noun
a kind of raw pitch

rasito
rāsitō
verb
to shave often

rasores
rāsōres
cross-reference

rasta
rasta
noun
a German measure of a mile

rastellus
rastellus
noun
a hoe

raster
raster
noun

rastrarius
rastrārius
adjective
of or belonging to the hoe

rastrum
rastrum
noun
a toothed hoe

rastrus
rastrus
noun
a toothed hoe

rasura
rāsūra
noun
a scraping

rasus
rāsus
adjective

rasus
rāsus
noun
a scraping

Rataneum
Rataneum
noun
a city in Dalmatia

rataria
ratāria
noun
small vessels made of logs fastened together

rates
ratēs
noun
A vessel made of logs fastened together

ratiarius
ratiārius
noun
a raftsman

ratihabitio
ratihabitiō
noun
an approval

ratio
ratiō
noun
a reckoning

ratiocinabiliter
ratiōcinābiliter
adverb
according to correct computation

ratiocinatio
ratiōcinātiō
noun
An exercise of the reasoning powers

ratiocinativus
ratiōcinātīvus
adjective
of or belonging to reasoning

ratiocinator
ratiōcinātor
noun
a reckoner

ratiocinium
ratiōcinium
noun
a reckoning

ratiocinor
ratiōcinor
verb
to reckon

rationabilis
ratiōnābilis
adjective
reasonable

rationabilitas
ratiōnābilitās
noun
reasonableness

rationabiliter
ratiōnābiliter
adverb
rationally

rationale
ratiōnāle
noun
the oracular breastplate

rationalis
ratiōnālis
adjective
Of or belonging to accounts

rationalitas
ratiōnālitās
noun
reasonableness

rationaliter
ratiōnāliter
adverb
in a reasonable manner

rationarium
ratiōnārium
noun
a statistical table

ratis
ratis
noun
A vessel made of logs fastened together

ratitus
ratītus
adjective
marked with the figure of a raft

ratiuncula
ratiuncula
noun
A small reckoning

rato
ratō
adverb
certainly

ratus
ratus
adjective
reckoned

rauca
rauca
noun
a species of worm that breeds in oak-roots

raucedo
raucēdō
noun
hoarseness

raucesco
raucescō
verb
to grow hoarse

raucidulus
raucidulus
adjective
a little hoarse

raucio
rauciō
verb
to be hoarse

raucisonus
raucisonus
adjective
hoarsesounding

raucitas
raucitās
noun
Hoarseness

raucus
raucus
adjective
hoarse

raudus
raudus
noun
a rude mass

Rauduscula
Rauduscula
cross-reference
a gate at Rome

Raudusculana porta
Raudusculāna porta
cross-reference
a gate at Rome

raudusculum
raudusculum
noun
A little piece of brass

Raunonia
Raunōnia
noun
an island north of Germany

Rauracum
Rauracum
noun
the city of the Rauraci

Rauracus
Rauracus
noun
a people of Gaul

Rauracus
Rauracus
adjective
of or belonging to the Rauraci

Rauricum
Rauricum
cross-reference
Augst

Rauricus
Rauricus
noun
a people of Gaul

Ravenna
Rāvenna
noun
a celebrated seaport in

Ravenna
Ravenna
noun
a celebrated seaport in

Ravennas
Ravennas
adjective
of or belonging to Ravenna

Ravennates
Ravennātes
noun
the inhabitants of Ravenna

ravidus
rāvidus
adjective
grayish

Ravilla
Rāvilla
noun
an appellation of

ravio
rāviō
verb
to talk one's self hoarse

ravis
rāvis
noun
hoarseness

ravulus
rāvulus
adjective
a little hoarse

ravus
rāvus
adjective
hoarse

ravus
rāvus
adjective
gray-yellow

re
re
preposition
again

rea
rea
noun

rea
rea
noun
a party to an action

reaccendo
reaccendō
verb
to kindle anew

readunatio
readūnātiō
noun
a reuniting

reaedifico
reaedificō
verb
to build again

reagnosco
reagnoscō
verb
to recall to mind

reapse
rēapse
adverb
in fact

Reate
Reāte
noun
a very ancient town of the Sabines

Reatinus
Reātīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Reate

Reatinus
Reātīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Reate

reatus
reātus
noun
the condition of an accused person

rebaptizo
rebaptīzō
verb
to baptize again

rebellatio
rebellātiō
noun
a renewal of hostilities

rebellatrix
rebellātrix
noun
she that revolts or rebels

rebellio
rebelliō
noun
one who revolts

rebellio
rebelliō
noun
a renewal of war

rebellis
rebellis
noun
rebels

rebellis
rebellis
adjective
that makes war afresh

rebellium
rebellium
noun
a renewal of war

rebello
rebellō
verb
to wage war again

Rebilus
Rebilus
noun
surname of the legate

rebito
rebītō
verb
to turn back

reboatus
reboātus
noun
a shouting back

reboo
reboō
verb
to bellow back

rebullio
rebullio
verb
to bubble up

reburrus
reburrus
noun
with bristling hair

recalcitro
recalcitrō
verb
to kick back

recalco
recalcō
verb
to tread again

recalefacio
recalefaciō
verb
to make warm

recaleo
recaleō
verb
to grow warm again

recalesco
recalescō
verb
to become warm

recalfacio
recalfaciō
verb
to make warm

recalvaster
recalvaster
noun
that has a bald forehead

recalvatio
recalvātiō
noun
baldness in front

recalvus
recalvus
adjective
bald in front

recandesco
recandescō
verb
To grow white

recano
recanō
verb
To sing back

recanto
recanto
verb
to sound back

recapitulatio
recapitulātiō
noun
a summing up

recapitulo
recapitulō
verb
to go over the main points

recautum
recautum
noun
a quittance

recaveo
recaveō
verb
to give counter-security

recavus
recavus
adjective
hollow or arched inward

recedo
recēdō
verb
to go back

recello
recellō
verb
to spring back

recens
recens
cross-reference

recens
recens
adjective
that has not long existed

recenseo
recenseō
verb
to count

recensio
recensiō
noun
an enumeration

recensitio
recensītiō
noun
a mustering

recensitus
recensītus
adjective

recensus
recensus
adjective

recensus
recensus
noun
an enumeration

recentaria
recentāria
cross-reference

recentarius
recentārius
noun
a vender of wine which has been cooled

recenter
recenter
adverb

recenter
recenter
cross-reference

recentor
recentor
verb
to renew itself

receptabilis
receptābilis
adjective
susceptible of

receptaculum
receptāculum
noun
a reservoir

receptatio
receptātiō
noun
a receiving or taking again

receptator
receptātor
noun
a receiver

receptibilis
receptibilis
adjective
that may be acquired again

recepticius
receptīcius
adjective
kept back

receptio
receptiō
noun
A receiving

receptius
receptius
adjective
kept back

recepto
receptō
verb
to take again

receptor
receptor
noun
A receiver

receptorium
receptōrium
noun
a place of shelter

receptorius
receptōrius
adjective
fit for receiving

receptrix
receptrix
noun
She that receives

receptum
receptum
noun

receptum
receptum
noun

receptus
receptus
noun
A drawing back

receptus
receptus
adjective

receptus
receptus
adjective
received

recessim
recessim
adverb
backwards

recessio
recessiō
noun
a going back

recessus
recessus
adjective
drawn back

recessus
recessus
noun
a going back

recessus
recessus
adjective

rechamus
rechamus
noun
a block or case containing a set of pulleys

recharmido
recharmidō
verb
to cease to be Charmides

recidivatus
recidīvātus
noun
a restoration

recidivus
recidīvus
adjective
falling back

recido
recidō
verb
to fall back

recido
recīdō
verb
to cut away

recinctus
recinctus
adjective

recingo
recingō
verb
to ungird

recinium
rēcīnium
cross-reference

recino
recinō
verb
To sing again

reciperatio
reciperātiō
noun
A getting back

reciperativus
reciperātīvus
adjective
that can be regained

reciperator
reciperātor
noun
a regainer

reciperatorius
reciperātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to the

recipero
reciperō
verb
to get or obtain again

recipie
recipiē
adverb

recipio
recipiō
verb
To take back

recipisco
recipiscō
verb
to recover

reciprocatio
recīprocātiō
noun
a going back upon itself

reciprocatio
reciprocātiō
noun
a going back upon itself

reciprocatus
reciprocātus
noun

reciprocatus
recīprocātus
noun

reciproce
reciprocē
adverb
alternately

reciproce
recīprocē
adverb
alternately

reciprocicornis
reciprocicornis
adjective
having horns curved backwards

reciprocicornis
recīprocicornis
adjective
having horns curved backwards

reciproco
recīprocō
verb
to move backwards or back and forth

reciproco
reciprocō
verb
to move backwards or back and forth

reciprocus
recīprocus
adjective
turning back the same way

reciprocus
reciprocus
adjective
turning back the same way

recisamentum
recīsāmentum
noun
that which is cut off

recisio
recīsiō
noun
a cutting off

recisus
recīsus
adjective
P.a

recisus
recīsus
adjective

recitatio
recitātiō
noun
a reading aloud

recitator
recitātor
noun
a reader

recito
recitō
verb
to read out

reclamatio
reclāmātiō
noun
a cry of opposition or disapprobation

reclamatio
rēclāmātiō
noun
a cry of opposition or disapprobation

reclamito
rēclāmitō
verb
to cry out against

reclamito
reclāmitō
verb
to cry out against

reclamo
rēclāmō
verb
to cry out against

reclamo
reclāmō
verb
to cry out against

reclango
reclangō
verb
to re-echo

reclaudo
reclaudō
verb
To unclose

reclaudo
reclaudō
cross-reference

reclaudo
rēclaudō
verb
To unclose

reclaudo
rēclaudō
cross-reference

reclinatorium
reclīnātōrium
noun
the back of a couch

reclinatorium
rēclīnātōrium
noun
the back of a couch

reclinis
rēclīnis
adjective
leaning back

reclinis
reclīnis
adjective
leaning back

reclino
reclīnō
verb
to bend back

reclino
rēclīnō
verb
to bend back

reclinus
rēclīnus
adjective
leaning back

reclinus
reclīnus
adjective
leaning back

reclivis
rēclīvis
adjective
leaning backwards

reclivis
reclīvis
adjective
leaning backwards

recludo
reclūdō
verb
To unclose

recludo
rēclūdō
verb
To unclose

reclusio
reclūsiō
noun
an unclosing

reclusus
reclūsus
adjective

recoctus
recoctus
adjective

recogitatio
recōgitātiō
noun
a recollection

recogitatus
recōgitātus
noun
thought

recogito
recōgitō
verb
to think over

recognitio
recognitiō
noun
A recognition

recognosco
recognoscō
verb
To know again

recogo
recōgō
verb
to collect again

recolligo
recolligō
verb
to gather again

recolloco
recollocō
verb
to lay back again

recolo
recolō
verb
to till or cultivate again

recolo
recōlō
verb
to strain again

recomminiscor
recomminiscor
verb
to recall to mind

recommoneo
recommoneō
verb
to remind again

recompingo
recompingō
verb
to join together again

recompono
recompōnō
verb
to put together again

reconciliatio
reconciliātiō
noun
a re-establishing

reconciliator
reconciliātor
noun
a restorer

reconciliatrix
reconciliātrix
noun
a reconciler

reconcilio
reconciliō
verb
To bring together again

reconcinno
reconcinnō
verb
to set right again

reconcludo
reconclūdō
verb
to shut up

reconditio
reconditiō
noun
rebuilding

reconditum
reconditum
noun
a secret place

reconditum
reconditum
noun
remote

reconditus
reconditus
adjective

reconditus
reconditus
adjective
put away

recondo
recondō
verb
to put up again

reconduco
recondūcō
verb
To hire anew

reconfirmo
reconfirmō
verb
to strengthen again

reconflo
reconflō
verb
to blow up again

reconsigno
reconsignō
verb
to mark again

reconstringo
reconstringō
verb
to bind up again

recontrans
recontrans
adjective
rebellious

reconvalesco
reconvalescō
verb
to recover health again

reconverto
reconvertō
verb
to turn back again

recoquo
recoquō
verb
to cook or boil over again

recordabilis
recordābilis
adjective
that may or should be remembered

recordatio
recordātiō
noun
a recalling to mind

recordativus
recordātīvus
adjective
of or belonging to recollection

recordatus
recordātus
noun
recollection

recordo
recordō
verb

recordor
recordor
verb
To think over

recorporatio
recorporātiō
noun
furnishing again with a body or flesh

recorporativus
recorporātīvus
adjective
that serves to restore the body to its former condition

recorporo
recorporō
verb
to furnish again with a body

recorrigo
recorrigō
verb
to mend or correct again

recrastino
recrastinō
verb
to put off from day to day

recreabilis
rēcreābilis
adjective
refreshing

recreabilis
recreābilis
adjective
refreshing

recreatio
recreātiō
noun
a restoration

recreator
recreātor
noun
a restorer

recrementum
recrēmentum
noun
refuse

recremo
rēcremō
verb
to burn again

recremo
recremō
verb
to burn again

recreo
recreō
verb
to make or create anew

recrepo
recrepō
verb
to sound back

recresco
recrescō
verb
to grow again

recrucifigo
recrucifīgō
verb
to crucify anew

recrudesco
recrūdescō
verb
to become raw again

recta
rectā
adverb
straightway

recte
rectē
adverb
in a straight line

rectiangulum
rectiangulum
noun
a right-angled triangle

rectificatio
rectificātiō
noun
the harmonizing

rectio
rectiō
noun
a leading

rectitator
rectitātor
noun
a leader

rectitudo
rectitūdō
noun
Straightness

recto
rectō
adverb
straightforwards

rector
rector
noun
a guider

rectrix
rectrix
noun
she that leads or guides

rectum
rectum
noun
that which is right

rectum
rectum
noun

rectura
rectūra
noun
Uprightness

rectus
rectus
adjective

rectus
rectus
adjective
led straight along

recubitus
recubitus
noun
a falling down

recubo
recubō
verb
to lie upon the back

recula
rēcula
noun
A small matter

recultus
recultus
adjective

recumbo
recumbō
verb
to lay one's self back

recuperatio
recuperātiō
noun
A getting back

recuperatio, recuperativus, recuperator, recuperatorius, recupero
recuperātio, recuperātīvus, recuperātor, recuperātōrius, recuperō
expression

recuperativus
recuperātīvus
adjective
that can be regained

recuperator
recuperātor
noun
a regainer

recuperatorius
recuperātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to the

recupero
recuperō
verb
to get or obtain again

recuro
recūrō
verb
to restore by taking care of

recurro
recurrō
verb
to run back

recursio
recursiō
noun
a running back

recursitans
recursitans
adjective
running back repeatedly

recurso
recursō
verb
to run or hasten back

recursus
recursus
noun
a running back

recurvo
recurvō
verb
to bend or curve backwards

recurvus
recurvus
adjective
turned back

recusabilis
recūsābilis
adjective
that should be rejected

recusatio
recūsātiō
noun
a declining

recusativus
recūsātīvus
adjective
prohibitory

recuso
recūsō
verb
to make an objection against

recussabilis
recussābilis
adjective
that can be struck back and forth

recussus
recussus
noun
a striking back

recussus
recussus
adjective

recutio
recutiō
verb
to strike back or backwards

recutitus
recutītus
adjective
circumcised

recvus
rēcvus
adjective
leaning backwards

recvus
recvus
adjective
leaning backwards

red
red
preposition
again

reda
rēda
noun
a travelling-carriage or wagon with four wheels

reda
rēda
noun

redaccendo
redaccendō
verb
to kindle again

redactus
redactus
noun
proceeds

redactus
redactus
adjective

redadopto
redadoptō
verb
to adopt anew

redambulo
redambulō
verb
to come back

redamo
redamō
verb
to love back

redamtruo
redamtruō
verb
to dance opposite

redanimatio
redanimātiō
noun
restoring to life

redanimo
redanimō
verb
to quicken again

redardesco
redardescō
verb
to blaze up anew

redarguo
redarguō
verb
to disprove

redargutio
redargūtiō
noun
a refutation

redarius
rēdārius
noun

redarius
rēdārius
noun
of or belonging to a four-wheeled carriage

redarmatus
redarmātus
adjective
armed again

redauspico
redauspicō
verb
to take the auspices anew or again

redditio
redditiō
noun
a giving back

redditivus
redditīvus
adjective
of or belonging to the apodosis

redditor
redditor
noun
one who pays

redditus
redditus
adjective

reddo
reddō
verb
to give back

redemptio
redemptiō
noun
A buying back

redemptito
redemptitō
verb
to buy up

redempto
redemptō
verb
to buy back

redemptor
redemptor
noun
one who undertakes a thing by way of contract

redemptrix
redemptrix
noun
she that redeems

redemptura
redemptūra
noun
an undertaking of public deliverings by contract

redemptus
redemptus
adjective

redeo
redeō
verb
To go or come back

redhalo
redhālō
verb
to breathe forth again

redhibeo
redhibeō
verb
to take back

redhibitio
redhibitiō
noun
a taking back

redhibitor
redhibitor
cross-reference

redhibitorius
redhibitōrius
adjective
of or relating to taking back

redhostio
redhostiō
verb
to recompense

redico
redīcō
verb
to say again

Rediculus
Rediculus
noun
the name of a Roman divinity

redigo
redigō
verb
To drive

redimiae
redimiaē
adverb

redimicula
redimīcula
noun
a band

redimiculat
redimīculat
cross-reference

redimiculum
redimīculum
noun
a band

redimio
redimiō
verb
to bind round

redimitus
redimītus
noun
a binding or wreathing round

redimo
redimō
verb
To buy back

redindutus
redindūtus
adjective
that has put on again

redintegratio
redintegrātiō
noun
a renewal

redintegrator
redintegrātor
noun
a renewer

redintegro
redintegrō
verb
to make whole again

redinunt
redīnunt
cross-reference

redinvenio
redinveniō
verb
to find again

redipiscor
redipiscor
verb
to get again

redisco
rediscō
verb
to learn again

rediscussio
rediscussiō
noun
repeated examination

reditio
reditiō
noun
a going or coming back

reditus
reditus
noun
A returning

redivia
redivia
noun
A hangnail

redivia
redivia
noun

rediviosus
rediviōsus
adjective
full of hangnails

rediviosus
rediviōsus
noun

redivivum
redivīvum
noun
old material used again

redivivus
redivīvus
adjective
That lives again

redo
rēdō
noun
a kind of fish without bones

redoleo
redoleō
verb
to emit a scent

redomitus
redomitus
adjective
retamed

redonator
redōnātor
noun
one who gives back again

Redonis
Rēdonis
noun
a people in Gallia Lugdunensis near the modern Rennes in Brittany

Redonis
Rēdonis
noun
a people in

redono
redōnō
verb
to give back again

redoperio
redoperiō
verb
to wrap up or cover again

redopto
redoptō
verb
to wish for again

redordior
redordior
verb
to take apart

redormio
redormiō
verb
to sleep again

redormitio
redormītiō
noun
a repeated sleeping

redorno
redornō
verb
to adorn again

reduco
redūcō
verb
To lead or bring back

reductio
reductiō
noun
a leading or bringing back

reducto
reductō
verb
to withdraw

reductor
reductor
noun
one who leads or brings back

reductus
reductus
adjective

reductus
reductus
adjective
drawn back

redulcero
redulcerō
verb
to make sore again

reduncus
reduncus
adjective
curved or bent backwards

redundans
redundans
adjective
overflowing

redundans
redundans
adjective

redundanter
redundanter
adverb
redundantly

redundantia
redundantia
noun
an overflowing

redundatio
redundātiō
noun
an overflowing

redundo
redundō
verb
v. n.

reduplicatio
reduplicātiō
noun
repetition

reduplicatus
reduplicātus
adjective
doubled again

reduresco
redūrescō
verb
to grow hard again

reduvia
reduvia
noun
A hangnail

reduviosus
reduviōsus
adjective
full of hangnails

redux
redux
adjective
that leads or brings back

reexinanio
reexināniō
verb
to empty again

reexpecto
reexpectō
verb
to expect or await again

refabrico
refābricō
verb
to build again

refabrico
refabricō
verb
to build again

refacta
refacta
cross-reference

refactor
refactor
noun
re-maker

refectio
refectiō
noun
a restoring

refector
refector
noun
a restorer

refectorius
refectōrius
adjective
refreshing

refectus
refectus
noun
a restoration

refectus
refectus
adjective
P.a

refectus
refectus
participle

refello
refellō
verb
to show to be false

refercio
referciō
verb
to fill up

referio
referiō
verb
v. a

referiva
referīva
cross-reference

referiva faba
rēferīva faba
cross-reference
which was carried home at seed-time to be sacrificed

referiva faba
referīva faba
cross-reference
which was carried home at seed-time to be sacrificed

refero
referō
verb
to bear

refert
rēfert
cross-reference
it is for one's interest or advantage

re fert
rē fert
cross-reference
it is for one's interest or advantage

refertus
refertus
adjective
stuffed

refertus
refertus
adjective

referveo
referveō
verb
to boil or bubble up

refervesco
refervescō
verb
to boil or bubble up

refestino
refestīnō
verb
to hasten back again

refibulo
refībulō
verb
to unclasp

reficio
reficiō
verb
to make again

refictio
refictiō
noun

refictio
refictiō
noun
a restoring

refigo
refīgō
verb
to unfix

refiguro
refigūrō
verb
to form again

refingo
refingō
verb
to make again

refirmatus
refirmātus
adjective
fixed again

refixus
refixus
adjective

reflabilis
reflābilis
adjective
that evaporates

reflabri
reflabrī
adverb
blowing back

reflabri
rēflabrī
adverb
blowing back

reflagito
reflāgitō
verb
to demand again

reflatio
reflātiō
noun
evaporation

reflatus
reflātus
noun
a blowing against

reflecto
reflectō
verb
to bend or turn back or backwards

reflexim
reflexim
adverb
inversely

reflexio
reflexiō
noun
A bending or turning back

reflexus
reflexus
noun
a bending back

reflexus
reflexus
adjective

reflo
reflō
verb
to blow back

refloresco
reflōrescō
verb
to begin to bloom again

refluamen
refluāmen
noun
that which flows or runs off

refluo
refluō
verb
to flow or run back

refluus
refluus
adjective
flowing back

refocillatrix
refocillātrix
noun
the reviver

refocillo
refocillō
verb
to warm into life again

refodio
refodiō
verb
to dig up or dig out again

reformabilis
reformābilis
adjective
that can be formed again

reformatio
reformātiō
noun
a transformation

reformator
reformātor
noun
a transformer

reformatus
reformātus
noun
a transformation

reformidatio
reformīdātiō
noun
a great fear or dread

reformido
reformīdō
verb
to fear greatly

reformo
reformō
verb
to shape again

refossus
refossus
adjective

refotus
refōtus
adjective

refoveo
refoveō
verb
to warm or cherish again

refractariolus
refractāriolus
adjective
somewhat stubborn or refractory

refractariolus
rēfractāriolus
adjective
somewhat stubborn or refractory

refractarius
refractārius
adjective
stubborn

refractarius
rēfractārius
adjective
stubborn

refractus
refractus
adjective

refractus
rēfractus
adjective

refraenatio
rēfraenātiō
cross-reference

refraenatio
refraenātiō
cross-reference

refraenatio
refraenātiō
noun
a bridling

refraeno
refraenō
verb
To hold in with a bridle

refraeno
rēfraenō
cross-reference

refraeno
refraenō
cross-reference

refragatio
refrāgātiō
noun
resistance

refragatio
rēfrāgātiō
noun
resistance

refragator
rēfrāgātor
noun
an opponent

refragator
refrāgātor
noun
an opponent

refragium
rēfrāgium
noun
resistance

refragium
refrāgium
noun
resistance

refragor
rēfrāgor
verb
to oppose

refragor
refrāgor
verb
to oppose

refrenatio
refrēnātiō
noun
a bridling

refrenatio
rēfrēnātiō
noun
a bridling

refreno
rēfrēnō
verb
To hold in with a bridle

refreno
refrēnō
verb
To hold in with a bridle

refrico
rēfricō
verb
to rub or scratch open again

refrico
refricō
verb
to rub or scratch open again

refrigeratio
refrīgerātiō
noun
a cooling

refrigeratio
rēfrīgerātiō
noun
a cooling

refrigeratorius
refrīgerātōrius
adjective
cooling

refrigeratorius
rēfrīgerātōrius
adjective
cooling

refrigeratrix
rēfrīgerātrix
noun
she that cools

refrigeratrix
refrīgerātrix
noun
she that cools

refrigerium
refrīgerium
noun
a cooling

refrigerium
rēfrīgerium
noun
a cooling

refrigero
refrīgerō
verb
to make cool or cold

refrigero
rēfrīgerō
verb
to make cool or cold

refrigescentia
rēfrīgescentia
noun
an alleviation

refrigescentia
refrīgescentia
noun
an alleviation

refrigesco
refrīgescō
verb
to grow cold or cool

refrigesco
rēfrīgescō
verb
to grow cold or cool

refringo
refringō
verb
to break up

refringo
rēfringō
verb
to break up

refriva
refrīva
cross-reference
which was carried home at seed-time to be sacrificed

refriva
rēfrīva
cross-reference
which was carried home at seed-time to be sacrificed

refrondesco
refrondescō
verb
to be covered with leaves again

refrondesco
rēfrondescō
verb
to be covered with leaves again

refuga
refuga
noun
a runaway

refuga
rēfuga
noun
a runaway

refugio
refugiō
verb
to flee back

refugium
refugium
noun
a recourse

refugus
refugus
noun

refugus
refugus
adjective
fleeing back

refulgentia
refulgentia
noun
a reflected lustre

refulgeo
refulgeō
verb
to flash back

refundo
refundō
verb
to pour back

refuscatus
refuscātus
adjective
darkened

refuse
refūsē
adverb
overflowingly

refusio
refūsiō
noun
an overflowing

refusorius
refūsōrius
adjective
of or belonging to giving back

refusus
refūsus
adjective

refutabilis
refūtābilis
adjective
that may be rejected or refuted

refutatio
refūtātiō
noun

refutatiuncula
refūtātiuncula
noun
petty attempts at refutation

refutator
refūtātor
noun
a refuter

refutatorius
refūtātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to refutation

refutatus
refūtātus
noun
a refutation

refuto
refūtō
verb
to check

regaliolus
rēgāliolus
noun
a small bird

regalis
rēgālis
noun
Those belonging to a royal family

regalis
rēgālis
adjective
of or belonging to a king

regalis
rēgālis
noun
the residence of the king

regaliter
rēgāliter
adverb
royally

regammans
regammans
adjective
having the form of the digamma

regelatio
regelātiō
noun
a thawing

regelo
regelō
verb
to thaw

regemo
regemō
verb
to resound with sighs or groans

regeneratio
regenerātiō
noun
a being born again

regenero
regenerō
verb
to bring forth again

regens
regens
adjective
a governor

regerminatio
regerminātiō
noun
a springing forth

regermino
regerminō
verb
to spring forth

regero
regerō
verb
to bear

regestum
regestum
noun
earth thrown up

regestum
regestum
noun
a list

regestus
regestus
adjective

regia
rēgia
noun
A royal palace

regia
rēgia
noun

regibilis
regibilis
adjective
that may be ruled

regie
rēgiē
adverb
royally

Regienses
Rēgienses
noun

regifice
rēgificē
adverb
royally

regificus
rēgificus
adjective
kingly

regifugium
rēgifugium
noun
a festival celebrated on the

regigno
regignō
verb
to beget or bear again

Regillanus
Rēgillānus
noun
of or belonging to Regillus

Regillensis
Rēgillensis
noun
of or belonging to Regillus

Regillensis
Rēgillensis
cross-reference
surname of the

Regillus
Rēgillus
noun
A town of the Sabines

regillus
rēgillus
adjective
royal

Regillus
Rēgillus
noun
of or belonging to Regillus

regimen
regimen
noun
a guiding

regimentum
regimentum
noun
rule

regina
rēgīna
noun
a queen

regio
regiō
noun
a direction

regionalis
regiōnālis
adjective
of or belonging to a province or region

regionaliter
regiōnāliter
adverb
by provinces or regions

regionatim
regiōnātim
adverb
by districts or wards

registoria
registōria
noun
a treasurer

regius
rēgius
adjective
of or belonging to a king

reglesco
reglescō
verb
to grow up

reglutino
reglūtinō
verb
To unloose

regnator
regnātor
noun
a ruler

regnatrix
regnātrix
noun
adj. f

regnicola
regnicola
noun
a dweller in a kingdom

regno
regnō
verb
to have royal power

regnum
regnum
noun
kingly government

rego
regō
verb
to keep straight or from going wrong

regradatio
regradātiō
noun
a putting back

regrado
regradō
verb
To degrade in rank

regredior
regredior
verb
to go or come back

regredo
regredō
verb

regredo
regredō
cross-reference
to have recourse

regressio
regressiō
noun
a going back

regressus
regressus
adjective

regressus
regressus
noun
a going back

regula
rēgula
noun
a straight piece of wood

regularis
rēgulāris
adjective
Of or belonging to a bar

regulariter
rēgulāriter
adverb
according to rule

regulatim
rēgulātim
adverb
according to rule

regulo
rēgulō
verb
to direct

Regulus
Rēgulus
noun
a Roman surname

regulus
rēgulus
noun
The ruler of a small country

regusto
regustō
verb
to taste again or repeatedly

regyro
regȳrō
verb
to turn about again

reicio
rēiciō
verb
to throw

reiculus
rēiculus
adjective
that is to be rejected

reinvito
reinvītō
verb
to invite again or in return

reiteratio
reiterātiō
cross-reference

reitero
reiterō
verb
to repeat

rejectaneus
rējectāneus
adjective
that is to be rejected

rejectatio
rējectātiō
noun
a throwing back repeatedly

rejectio
rējectiō
noun
a throwing back

rejecto
rējectō
verb
To throw or cast back

rejectus
rējectus
adjective

rejectus
rējectus
noun
an unknown portion of the hinder part of a ship

rejicio
rējiciō
verb

rejicio
rējiciō
verb
to throw

rejiculus
rējiculus
adjective
that is to be rejected

relabor
relābor
verb
to slide or glide back

relambo
relambō
verb
to lick again

relanguesco
relanguescō
verb
to sink down fainting

relatio
relātiō
noun
a carrying back

relative
relātīvē
adverb
relatively

relativus
relātīvus
adjective
having reference or relation

relator
relātor
noun
A mover

relatoria
relātōria
noun
a receipt

relatrix
relātrix
noun
a female teller

relatus
relātus
noun
An official report

relatus
relātus
adjective

relaxatio
relaxātiō
noun
an easing

relaxator
relaxātor
noun
a loosener

relaxo
relaxō
verb
to stretch out or widen again

relectio
relectiō
noun
reperusal

relectus
relectus
adjective

relegatio
relēgātiō
noun
A sending away

relego
relēgō
verb
To send away or out of the way

relego
relegō
verb
To gather together or collect again

relentesco
relentescō
verb
to grow slack again

relevamen
relevāmen
noun
a lightening

relevatio
relevātiō
noun
scum

relevo
relevō
verb
To lift up

reliceor
reliceor
verb
to bid less at an auction

relicinus
relicinus
adjective
bent or curled backwards or upwards

relictio
relictiō
noun
a leaving behind

relictor
relictor
noun
he who abandons or disregards

relictus
relictus
noun
a forsaking

relictus
relictus
adjective

relicuus
relicuus
adjective
that is left or remains

relicuus
relicuus
adjective

relido
relīdō
verb
to strike back

religamen
religāmen
noun
a band

religatio
religātiō
noun
a binding up

religens
religens
adjective

religens
religens
adjective
revering the gods

religio
religiō
noun
Reverence for God

religiose
religiōsē
adverb

religiose
rēligiōsē
adverb

religiose
religiōsē
adverb

religiositas
religiōsitās
noun
reverence for God

religiosulus
religiōsulus
adjective
religious little

religiosus
religiōsus
adjective
reverencing or fearing God

religo
religō
verb
To bind back or behind

relino
relinō
verb
to unpitch

relinquo
relinquō
verb
To leave behind

reliquatio
reliquātiō
noun
an arrearage

reliquator
reliquātor
noun
one in arrears

reliquatrix
reliquātrix
noun
she that is in arrears

reliquiae
reliquiae
noun
the leavings

reliquiae
rēliquiae
noun
the leavings

reliquor
reliquor
verb
to be in arrears

reliquo
reliquō
verb

reliquom
reliquom
noun
that is left

reliqus
reliqus
adjective
that is left or remains

reliquum
reliquum
noun
a remnant

reliquum
reliquum
noun
the remainder

reliquum
reliquum
noun
that is left

reliquum
reliquum
noun
the remainder

reliquus
reliquus
adjective
that is left or remains

relisus
relīsus
adjective

rellig
rellig
cross-reference

relligio
relligiō
noun
Reverence for God

relligiosus
relligiōsus
adjective
reverencing or fearing God

relliqu
relliqu
cross-reference

relliquiae
relliquiae
noun
the leavings

relliquus
relliquus
adjective
that is left or remains

reloco
relocō
verb
To bring a thing back to its former place

reloquus
reloquus
adjective
speaking back

reluceo
relūceō
verb
to shine back

relucesco
relūcesco
verb
to grow bright again

reluctanter
reluctanter
adverb
reluctantly

relucto
reluctō
verb

reluctor
reluctor
verb
to struggle against

reludo
relūdō
verb
to jest or jeer at

reluminatio
relūminātiō
cross-reference

relumino
relūminō
verb
to light up again

reluo
reluō
verb
to redeem

Rema
Rema
noun

remacresco
remācrescō
verb
to grow very lean or thin

remacresco
remacrescō
verb
to grow very lean or thin

remaledico
remaledīcō
verb
to return reproachful language

remancipo
remancipō
verb
to transfer back again

remando
remandō
verb
To send back word

remando
remandō
verb
to chew over again

remaneo
remaneō
verb
to stay or remain behind

remano
remānō
verb

remano
remānō
verb
to flow back

remansio
remansiō
noun
a staying or remaining behind

remansor
remansor
noun
A soldier who stays at home by permission of his commander

remeabilis
remeābilis
adjective
that goes or comes back

remeaculum
remeāculum
noun
a way back

remeatus
remeātus
noun
a return

remediabilis
remediābilis
adjective
That may be healed

remedialis
remediālis
adjective
healing

remediatio
remediātiō
noun
a healing

remediator
remediātor
noun
a healer

remedior
remedior
verb
to heal

remedior
remedior
verb
to heal

remedium
remedium
noun
that which heals again

remeligo
remelīgō
noun
she that delays or hinders

rememini
rememinī
cross-reference
to recall to mind

rememoratio
rememorātiō
noun
remembrance

rememoror
rememoror
verb
to remember again

remensus
remensus
adjective

remeo
remeō
verb
to go or come back

remergo
remergō
verb
to dip in or immerse again

remetior
remētior
verb
to measure or mete again

remex
rēmex
noun
a rower

remigatio
rēmigātiō
noun
a rowing

remigium
rēmigium
noun
a rowing

remigo
rēmigō
verb
to row

remigro
remigrō
verb
to remove or journey back

remigro
remīgrō
verb
to remove or journey back

remillum
remillum
cross-reference

reminiscentia
reminiscentia
noun
recollections

reminisco
reminiscō
verb
To call to mind

reminiscor
reminiscor
verb
To recall to mind

remipes
rēmipēs
adjective
oar-footed

remisceo
remisceō
verb
to mix or mingle again

remissa
remissa
noun
a pardon

remissarius
remissārius
adjective
that can be easily shoved back

remisse
remissē
adverb
gently

remissibilis
remissibilis
adjective
Pardonable

remissio
remissiō
noun
a sending back or away

remissivus
remissīvus
adjective
relaxing

remissor
remissor
noun
he who remits or forgives

remissus
remissus
adjective
slack

remissus
remissus
adjective

remistus
remistus
adjective

remitto
remittō
verb
to let go back

remivagus
rēmivagus
adjective
oar-wafted

remixtus
remixtus
adjective

Remmius
Remmius
noun
Name of a Roman gens

remolior
remōlior
verb
to press

remolitus
remōlītus
adjective
To stir or take up again

remollesco
remollescō
verb
to become soft again

remollio
remolliō
verb
to make soft again

remoneo
remoneō
verb
to warn again

Remora
Remora
noun
the name given to Rome by Remus

remora
remora
noun
delay

remoramen
remorāmen
noun
a delay

remoratio
remorātiō
noun
slowness

remorator
remorātor
noun
a delayer

remoratrix
remorātrix
noun
she that delays

remoratus
remorātus
adjective

remorbesco
remorbescō
verb
to become sick again

remordeo
remordeō
verb
to bite again

remores
remores
cross-reference

remoria
remōria
cross-reference

remoria
remoria
cross-reference

remoror
remoror
verb
to stay

remorsus
remorsus
noun
a biting back or in return

remote
remōtē
adverb
at a distance

remotio
remōtiō
noun
a putting back

remotus
remōtus
adjective

remotus
remōtus
adjective
removed

removeo
removeō
verb
to move back

remugio
remūgiō
verb
to bellow back

remulceo
remulceō
verb
to stroke back

remulco
remulcō
verb

remulcum
remulcum
noun
a tow-rope

remulsus
remulsus
adjective

Remulus
Remulus
noun
a proper name

remulus
rēmulus
noun
a small oar

remundo
remundō
verb
to cleanse again

remuneratio
remūnerātiō
noun
a repaying

remunerator
remūnerātor
noun
one that repays or recompenses

remuneratrix
remūnerātrix
noun
she that repays or avenges

remunero
remūnerō
verb

remunero
remūnerō
verb
to repay

remuneror
remūneror
verb
to repay

remuria
remūria
cross-reference

remurinus
remurīnus
cross-reference

remurmuratio
remurmurātiō
noun
a murmuring back or against

remurmuro
remurmurō
verb
to murmur back

remus
rēmus
noun
an oar

Remus
Remus
noun
the brother of Romulus

Remus
Rēmus
noun
A considerable people of Gaul

Remus
Rēmus
noun

ren
rēn
noun
The kidneys

ren
rēn
noun
The kidneys

ren
rēn
noun

renalis
rēnālis
adjective
of or belonging to the kidneys or reins

renancitur
renancitur
cross-reference

renarro
renarrō
verb
to tell over again

renascibilitas
renascibilitās
noun
a regeneration

renascor
renascor
verb
to be born again

renatus
renātus
adjective

renavigo
renāvigō
verb
to sail back

renecto
renectō
verb
to connect

reneo
reneō
verb
to unspin

reniculus
rēniculus
noun
a little kidney

renidentia
renīdentia
noun
a smiling

renideo
renīdeō
verb
to shine again

renidesco
renīdescō
verb
to grow bright

renisus
renīsus
noun
resistance

renitenter
renītenter
adverb
unwillingly

reniteo
reniteō
verb
to shine back

renitor
renītor
verb
to strive or struggle against

reno
rēnō
noun
a reindeer-skin

reno
renō
verb
to swim back

renodis
renōdis
adjective
unbound

renodo
renōdō
verb
To bind back or behind

renormatus
renormātus
adjective
arranged or laid out anew

renosco
renoscō
verb
to recognize

renovamen
renovāmen
noun
a renewing

renovatio
renovātiō
noun
a renewing

renovativum
renovātīvum
cross-reference

renovator
renovātor
noun
a renovator

renovello
renovellō
verb
to renew

renovo
renovō
verb
to renew

renubo
renūbō
verb
to marry again

renudo
renūdō
verb
to uncover

renudus
renūdus
adjective
bare

renumero
renumerō
verb
to count over

renunciatio
renunciātiō
noun
a report

renunciator
renunciātor
noun
a reporter

renuncio
renunciō
verb
To bring or carry back word

renunculus
rēnunculus
noun
a little kidney

renuntiatio
renuntiātiō
noun
a report

renuntiator
renuntiātor
noun
a reporter

renuntio
renuntiō
verb
To bring or carry back word

renuntius
renuntius
noun
one who brings back intelligence

renuo
renuō
verb
to nod back the head

renuto
renūtō
verb
to decline

renutrio
renutriō
verb
to nourish again

renutus
renūtus
noun
a denying

reor
reor
verb
To reckon

repages
repāges
noun

repagulum
repāgulum
noun
bolts or bars

repandirostrus
repandirostrus
adjective
with a turned-up snout

repando
repandō
verb
to open again

repandus
repandus
adjective
bent backwards

repango
repangō
verb
to set in

reparabilis
reparābilis
adjective
that may be repaired

reparatio
reparātiō
noun
a restoration

reparator
reparātor
noun
a restorer

reparco
reparcō
verb
to be sparing with

reparo
reparō
verb
to get

reparturiens
reparturiens
adjective
bringing forth again

repasco
repascō
verb
to feed or nourish again

repastinatio
repastinātiō
noun
a digging up again

repastino
repastinō
verb
to dig again

repatrio
repatriō
verb
to return to one's country

repecto
repectō
verb
to comb again

repedabilis
repedābilis
adjective
giving way

repedo
repedō
verb
to go or step back

repello
repellō
verb
to drive

rependo
rependō
verb
to weigh back

repens
repens
cross-reference

repens
repens
adverb

repens
rēpens
adjective

repens
repens
adjective
sudden

repensatio
repensātiō
noun
a recompense

repensatrix
repensātrix
noun
she who recompenses

repenso
repensō
verb
to weigh against

repensus
repensus
adjective

repente
repentē
adverb

repente
repentē
cross-reference

repentinaliter
repentīnāliter
adverb
suddenly

repentino
repentīnō
adverb
suddenly

repentinus
repentīnus
adjective
sudden

reperco
repercō
cross-reference

reperco
repercō
verb
to be sparing with

repercussibilis
repercussibilis
adjective
that can be struck back

repercussio
repercussiō
noun
a rebounding

repercussus
repercussus
noun
a rebounding

repercussus
repercussus
adjective

repercutio
repercutiō
verb
to strike

reperio
reperiō
verb
to find

reperticius
repertīcius
adjective
accidentally met or found

repertio
repertiō
noun
an invention

repertor
repertor
noun
a discoverer

repertorium
repertōrium
noun
an inventory

repertrix
repertrix
noun
she that finds out

repertum
repertum
noun
inventions

repertus
repertus
adjective

repertus
repertus
noun
A finding again

repetentia
repetentia
noun
memory

repetitio
repetītiō
noun
A demanding back

repetitor
repetītor
noun
one that demands back

repetitus
repetītus
adjective

repetitus
repetītus
adjective
repeatedly

repeto
repetō
verb
to fall upon or attack again or anew

repetunda
repetunda
noun

repexus
repexus
adjective

repignero
repignerō
verb
to redeem a pledge

repignoro
repignorō
verb
to redeem a pledge

repigratus
repigrātus
adjective
retarded

repigro
repigrō
verb
To make slothful

repingo
repingō
verb
to paint or form again

replaudo
replaudō
verb
to strike on or against

repleo
repleō
verb
To fill again

repleo
rēpleō
verb
To fill again

repletio
replētiō
noun
a filling up

repletus
rēplētus
adjective
filled full

repletus
replētus
adjective
filled full

repletus
replētus
adjective

repletus
rēplētus
adjective

replexus
replexus
adjective
bent or turned back

replexus
rēplexus
adjective
bent or turned back

replicabilis
replicābilis
adjective
worth repeating

replicatio
replicātiō
noun
A folding or rolling back again

replicatus
replicātus
adjective

replico
replicō
verb
to fold or roll back

replum
replum
noun
a bolt for covering the commissure of the folding-door

replumbo
replumbō
verb
to free from lead

replumis
replūmis
adjective
covered again with feathers

repluo
repluō
verb
to rain down again

repo
rēpō
verb
to creep

repolio
repoliō
verb
to clean again

repondero
reponderō
verb
to weigh in return

repono
repōnō
verb
to lay

reporrigo
reporrigō
verb
to reach forth or hand again

reporto
reportō
verb
to bear

reposco
reposcō
noun
one who makes a demand

reposco
reposcō
verb
to demand back

repositio
repositiō
noun
a laying up

repositorium
repositōrium
noun
that on or in which any thing is placed or laid

repositus
repositus
adjective

repositus
repositus
adjective

repostor
repostor
noun
a restorer

repostorium
repostōrium
noun

repostorium
repostōrium
noun
that on or in which any thing is placed or laid

repostus
repostus
adjective

repostus
repostus
adjective

repotatio
repōtātiō
noun

repotium
repōtium
noun
A drinking or carousing on the day after an entertainment

repperi
repperī
cross-reference

repraehendo
repraehendō
verb
to hold back

repraendo
repraendō
verb
to hold back

repraesentaneus
repraesentāneus
adjective
present

repraesentatio
repraesentātiō
noun
A bringing before one

repraesentator
repraesentātor
noun
a representative

repraesento
repraesentō
verb
To bring before one

reprehendo
reprehendō
verb
to hold back

reprehensibilis
reprehensibilis
adjective
blamable

reprehensio
reprehensiō
noun
a holding back

reprehenso
reprehensō
verb
to hold back continually

reprehensor
reprehensor
noun
a blamer

reprehensus
reprehensus
adjective

reprendo
reprendō
verb

reprendo
reprendō
verb
to hold back

represse
repressē
adverb
with restraint

repressor
repressor
noun
a restrainer

repressus
repressus
adjective

reprimo
reprimō
verb
to

reprobaticius
reprobātīcius
cross-reference

reprobatio
reprobātiō
noun
rejection

reprobatrix
reprobātrix
noun
she that condemns or reprobates

reprobo
reprobō
verb
to disapprove

reprobus
reprobus
adjective
false

repromissio
reprōmissiō
noun
a counter-promise

repromissor
reprōmissor
noun
one who answers or promises

repromitto
reprōmittō
verb
to promise in return

repropitio
repropitiō
verb
to propitiate again

reptabundus
reptābundus
adjective
creeping

reptatio
reptātiō
noun
a creeping

reptatus
reptātus
noun
a creeping

reptatus
reptātus
adjective
crept or crawled through

reptile
reptile
noun
a reptile

reptilis
reptilis
adjective
creeping

repto
reptō
verb
to creep

repubesco
repūbescō
verb
to grow young again

repudiata
repudiāta
noun
a divorced wife

repudiatio
repudiātiō
noun
a rejection

repudiator
repudiātor
noun
a rejecter

repudiatus
repudiātus
adjective

repudio
repudiō
verb
to cast off

repudiosus
repudiōsus
adjective
that ought to be rejected or disdained

repudium
repudium
noun
a casting off

repuerasco
repuerascō
verb
to become a boy again

repugnans
repugnans
adjective
contrary

repugnans
repugnans
noun
contradictions

repugnans
repugnans
adjective

repugnans
repugnans
noun

repugnanter
repugnanter
adverb
unwillingly

repugnantia
repugnantia
noun
A resistance

repugnatio
repugnātiō
noun
a resistance

repugnatorius
repugnātōrius
adjective
of or pertaining to resistance

repugno
repugnō
verb
to fight against

repullesco
repullescō
verb
to bud or sprout forth again

repullulo
repullulō
verb
to sprout forth again

repulsa
repulsa
noun
a refusal

repulsio
repulsiō
noun
a repelling

repulso
repulsō
verb
to drive back or beat back again

repulsor
repulsor
noun
he who repels or drives back

repulsorium
repulsōrium
noun
a means of driving back

repulsorius
repulsōrius
adjective
driving or forcing back

repulsus
repulsus
adjective
removed

repulsus
repulsus
noun
a driving back

repulsus
repulsus
adjective

repumicatio
repūmicātiō
noun
a making smooth again

repungo
repungō
verb
to prick or goad again

repurgium
repurgium
noun
a cleansing again

repurgo
repurgō
verb
to clean

reputatio
reputātiō
noun
A reckoning

reputesco
repūtescō
verb
to become stinking again

reputo
reputō
verb
to count over

requies
requies
noun
after-rest

requiesco
requiescō
verb
to rest one's self

requietio
requiētiō
noun
rest

requietorium
requiētōrium
noun
a resting-place

requietus
requiētus
adjective

requietus
requiētus
adjective
Rested

requirito
requīritō
verb
to ask after

requiro
requīrō
verb
to seek again

requisitio
requīsītiō
noun
a searching

requisitum
requīsītum
noun

requisitum
requīsītum
noun

requisitus
requīsītus
adjective

res
rēs
noun
a thing

resacro
resacrō
verb

resacro
resacrō
verb
To pray or beseech again

resaevio
resaeviō
verb
to rage again

resalutatio
resalūtātiō
noun
greeting or salutation in return

resaluto
resalūtō
verb
to greet or salute in return

resalvare
resalvāre
verb
to save again

resanesco
resānescō
verb
to grow sound again

resano
resānō
verb
to make sound again

resarcio
resarciō
verb
to patch or mend again

resarrio
resarriō
verb
to hoe again

rescindo
rēscindō
verb
to cut off

rescio
rēsciō
verb

rescisco
rēsciscō
verb
to learn

rescissio
rēscissiō
noun
a making void

rescissoria
rescissōria
noun

rescissorius
rescīssōrius
adjective
of or pertaining to abrogating

rescissus
rescissus
participle

rescribo
rēscrībō
verb
To write back or in return

rescriptio
rēscriptiō
noun

rescriptum
rēscriptum
noun
an imperial rescript

rescriptum
rēscriptum
noun

rescriptus
rēscriptus
adjective

rescula
rēscula
noun
A small matter

resculpo
rēsculpō
verb
to carve or form again

resecabilis
resecābilis
adjective
fit to be cut away

resecatio
resecātiō
noun
a cutting off

reseco
resecō
verb
to cut loose

resecro
resēcrō
verb
To pray or beseech again

resecro
resecrō
verb
To pray or beseech again

resectio
resectiō
noun
a cutting off

resectus
resectus
adjective

resecutus
resecūtus
adjective

reseda
resēda
noun
a plant

resedo
resēdō
verb
to assuage

resegmine
resegmine
noun
clippings

resemino
resēminō
verb
to sow again

resequor
resequor
verb
to follow

reserabilis
reserābilis
adjective
able to unlock

reseratus
reserātus
noun
an unlocking

resero
reserō
verb
to unlock

resero
reserō
verb
to sow or plant again

reservo
reservō
verb
to keep back

reses
reses
adjective
that remains sitting

resex
resex
noun
the stump of a vinebranch left in pruning

resibilo
resībilō
verb
to hiss at

resideo
resideō
verb
to sit back

resido
resīdō
verb
to sit down

residua
residua
noun
arrears

residuus
residuus
adjective
that is left behind

resignaculum
resignāculum
noun
an unsealing

resignatrix
resignātrix
noun
she that unseals or opens

resigno
resignō
verb
To unseal

resilio
resiliō
verb
to leap or spring back

resimplicatus
resimplicātus
adjective
doubled

resimus
resīmus
adjective
turned up

resina
rēsīna
noun
resin

resinaceus
rēsīnāceus
adjective
resinous

resinalis
rēsīnālis
adjective
resinous

resinatus
rēsīnātus
adjective
resined

resinosus
rēsīnōsus
adjective
full of resin

resinula
rēsīnula
noun
a little bit of gum

resipio
resipiō
verb
to savor

resipiscentia
resipiscentia
noun
a change of mind

resipisco
resipiscō
verb
to recover one's senses

resistentia
resistentia
noun
resistance

resisto
resistō
verb
To stand back

resociandus
resociandus
adjective
to be reunited

resolubilis
resolūbilis
adjective
that may be dissolved again

resolute
resolūtē
adverb
without restraint

resolutio
resolūtiō
noun
an untying

resolutus
resolūtus
adjective

resolutus
resolūtus
adjective
relaxed

resolvo
resolvō
verb
to untie

resonabilis
resonābilis
adjective
resounding

resonantia
resonantia
noun
an echo

resonatio
resonātiō
noun
resonance

resono
resonō
verb
to sound or ring again

resonus
resonus
adjective
resounding

resonus
resonus
noun
resonance

resopio
resōpiō
verb
to put to sleep

resorbeo
resorbeō
verb
to suck back

respectio
respectiō
noun
a review

respecto
respectō
verb
to look back

respectus
respectus
noun
a looking back or about

respectus
respectus
adjective

respergo
rēspergō
noun
a besprinkling

respergo
rēspergō
verb
to sprinkle over

respersio
rēspersiō
noun
a sprinkling over

respersus
rēspersus
noun
a sprinkling over

respersus
rēspersus
adjective

Respiciens
Rēspiciens
cross-reference
the Provident

respiciens
rēspiciens
adjective

respicio
rēspiciō
verb
to look back or behind

respiraculum
rēspīrāculum
noun
breathing

respiramen
rēspīrāmen
noun
the windpipe

respiramentum
rēspīrāmentum
noun
relief

respiratio
rēspīrātiō
noun
a breathing out

respiratus
rēspīrātus
noun
a drawing breath

respiro
rēspīrō
verb
to blow or breathe back

resplendentia
rēsplendentia
noun
splendor

resplendeo
rēsplendeō
verb
to shine brightly

respondeo
rēspondeō
verb
to promise

responsio
rēsponsiō
noun
An answer

responsito
rēsponsitō
verb

responsive
rēsponsīvē
adverb
responsively

responsivus
rēsponsīvus
adjective
answering

responso
rēsponsō
verb
to return an answer

responsor
rēsponsor
noun
one that answers or replies

responsorium
rēsponsōrium
noun
repetitions in vocal worship

responsum
rēsponsum
noun
an answer

responsus
rēsponsus
noun
An answer

respublica
respublica
cross-reference

respuo
rēspuō
verb
to spit back or out

restagnatio
rēstagnātiō
noun
an overflowing

restagno
rēstagnō
verb
to run over

restauratio
rēstaurātiō
noun
a restoration

restaurator
rēstaurātor
noun
a renovator

restauro
rēstaurō
verb
to restore

restiarius
restiārius
noun
a ropemaker

restibile
restibile
noun
fallow land

restibilio
rēstibiliō
verb
to reestablish

restibilis
rēstibilis
adjective
that is restored or renewed

resticula
resticula
noun
a small rope

resticulum
resticulum
cross-reference

resticulus
resticulus
cross-reference

restillo
rēstillō
verb
to drop back

restinctio
rēstinctiō
noun
a quenching

restinctus
rēstinctus
adjective

restinguo
rēstinguō
verb
to put out

restio
restiō
noun
A ropemaker

restipulatio
rēstipulātiō
noun
a counter-engagement

restipulor
rēstipulor
verb
to stipulate

restis
restis
noun
a rope

restito
rēstitō
verb
to stay behind

restitrix
rēstitrix
noun
she that stays behind

restituo
rēstituō
verb
to put or set up again

restitutio
rēstitūtiō
noun
a restoring

restitutor
rēstitūtor
noun
a restorer

restitutorius
rēstitūtōrius
adjective
of or relating to restitution

restitutrix
rēstitūtrix
noun
she that gives back

Restitutus
Restitūtus
noun
a Roman surname

restitutus
rēstitūtus
adjective

resto
rēstō
verb
To stop behind

restricte
rēstrictē
adjective
Closely

restricte
rēstrictē
adverb

restrictim
rēstrictim
adverb
closely

restrictio
rēstrictiō
noun
a restriction

restrictus
rēstrictus
adjective
bound fast

restrictus
rēstrictus
adjective

restringo
rēstringō
verb
To draw back tightly

restruo
rēstruō
verb
to erect again

resudatio
resūdātiō
noun
exudation

resudo
resūdō
verb
to sweat

resulco
resulcō
verb
to furrow or plough again

resultatio
resultātiō
noun
a reverberation

resultator
resultātor
noun
one who resists or denies

resulto
resulto
verb
to spring or leap back

resum
resum
cross-reference
pres

resumo
resūmō
verb
to take up again

resumptio
resumptiō
noun
a restoration

resumptivus
resumptīvus
adjective
restorative

resumptorius
resumptōrius
adjective
restorative

resumptus
resumptus
adjective

resuo
resuō
verb

resupino
resupīnō
verb
to bend or turn back

resupinus
resupīnus
adjective
bent back or backwards

resurgo
resurgō
verb
to rise or raise one's self again

resurrectio
resurrectiō
noun
a rising again from the dead

resuscitatio
resuscitātiō
noun
a raising again from the dead

resuscitator
resuscitātor
noun
one who raises again from the dead

resuscito
resuscitō
verb
to raise up again

resutus
resūtus
adjective
ripped open

reta
rēta
noun
trees standing on the bank or in the bed of a stream

retalio
retāliō
verb
to retaliate

retango
retangō
verb
to touch again or repeatedly

retardatio
retardātiō
noun
a hindering

retardo
retardō
verb
to keep back

retaxo
retaxō
verb
to censure

rete
rēte
noun
a net

retectus
retectus
adjective

retego
retegō
verb
To uncover

retempto
retemptō
verb
to try or attempt again

retendo
retendō
verb
to release from tension

retensus
retensus
adjective

retentator
retentātor
noun
a detainer

retentatrix
retentātrix
noun
she that retains

retentio
retentiō
noun
a keeping back

retento
retentō
verb
to hold back firmly

retento
retentō
verb
to try or attempt again

retentor
retentor
noun
one that holds back

retentorius
retentōrius
adjective
fitted to hold back

retentus
retentus
noun
a holding fast

retentus
retentus
adjective

retergeo
retergeō
verb
to wipe out

retero
reterō
cross-reference

retexo
retexō
verb
To unweave

retextus
retextus
adjective

rethibeo
rethibeō
cross-reference

rethibeo
rethibeō
verb
to take back

rethibitio
rethibitiō
cross-reference

rethibitio
rethibitiō
noun
a taking back

retia
rētia
noun
a net

retia
rētia
noun

retiaculum
rētiāculum
noun
a little net

retiaculum
rētiāculum
noun

retiarius
rētiārius
noun
one who fights with a net

reticendum
reticendum
noun
things to be kept secret

reticentia
reticentia
noun
a keeping silent

reticeo
reticeō
verb
to be silent

reticulatus
rēticulātus
adjective
made like a net

reticulum
rēticulum
noun
a little net

reticulus
rēticulus
noun

reticulus
rēticulus
noun
a little net

retifex
rētifex
noun
a netmaker

retinaculum
retināculum
noun
that which holds back or binds

retinax
retinax
adjective
holding back

retinens
retinens
adjective
holding fast

retinens
retinens
adjective

retinentia
retinentia
noun
a retaining in the memory

retineo
retineō
verb
To hold or keep back

retinnio
retinniō
verb
to ring again

retiolum
rētiolum
noun
a little net

retis
rētis
noun

retium
rētium
noun

retium
rētium
noun
a net

reto
retō
verb

retollo
retollō
verb
to take away again

retono
retonō
verb
to thunder back

retonsus
retonsus
adjective
cut down

retorpesco
retorpescō
verb
to become torpid

retorqueo
retorqueō
verb
to twist or bend back

retorresco
retorrescō
verb
to parch or dry up

retorride
retorridē
adverb
dryly

retorridus
retorridus
adjective
parched up

retortus
retortus
adjective

retostus
retostus
adjective
roasted

retractatio
retractātiō
noun
A taking in hand again

retractatio
rētractātiō
noun
A taking in hand again

retractator
rētractātor
noun
a refuser

retractator
retractātor
noun
a refuser

retractatus
rētractātus
noun
A repetition

retractatus
rētractātus
adjective
P.a

retractatus
retractātus
adjective
revised

retractatus
retractātus
noun
A repetition

retractatus
retractātus
adjective
P.a

retractatus
rētractātus
adjective
revised

retractio
rētractiō
noun
A drawing back

retractio
retractiō
noun
A drawing back

retracto
rētractō
verb
To take hold of or handle again

retracto
retractō
verb
To take hold of or handle again

retractus
rētractus
noun
a drawing back

retractus
rētractus
adjective

retractus
retractus
adjective
drawn back

retractus
retractus
adjective

retractus
retractus
noun
a drawing back

retrado
retrādō
verb
to deliver up again

retrado
rētrādō
verb
to deliver up again

retraho
retrahō
verb
To draw back

retraho
rētrahō
verb
To draw back

retrecto
retrectō
verb
To take hold of or handle again

retrecto
rētrectō
verb
To take hold of or handle again

retrecto
retrectō
verb

retrecto
rētrectō
verb

retribuo
rētribuō
verb
to give back

retribuo
retribuō
verb
to give back

retributio
rētribūtiō
noun
recompense

retributio
retribūtiō
noun
recompense

retributor
rētribūtor
noun
a recompenser

retributor
retribūtor
noun
a recompenser

retricibus
retricibus
cross-reference

retrimentum
retrīmentum
noun
the dregs

retrimentum
rētrīmentum
noun
the dregs

retrituro
retrītūrō
verb
to thresh over

retrituro
rētrītūrō
verb
to thresh over

retritus
rētrītus
adjective
worn down

retritus
retrītus
adjective
worn down

retro
retrō
adverb
backwards

retro
rētrō
adverb
backwards

retroago
retroagō
verb
to drive back

retroago
rētroagō
verb
to drive back

retro cedo
retro cēdō
verb
to go back

retro cedo
rētro cēdō
verb
to go back

retrocedo
rētrōcēdō
verb
to go back

retrocedo
retrōcēdō
verb
to go back

retrocessio
retrōcessiō
noun

retrocessus
retrōcessus
noun
a going back or backwards

retrocessus
rētrōcessus
noun
a going back or backwards

retroduco
retrōdūcō
verb
to bring or draw back

retroeo
retroeō
verb
to go back or backwards

retroeo
rētroeō
verb
to go back or backwards

retroflecto
retrōflectō
verb
to bend or turn back

retroflecto
rētrōflectō
verb
to bend or turn back

retrogradatio
retrōgradātiō
noun
a going back

retrogradatio
rētrōgradātiō
noun
a going back

retrogradior
retrōgradior
verb
to go back or backwards

retrogradior
rētrōgradior
verb
to go back or backwards

retrogradis
rētrōgradis
adjective

retrogradis
retrōgradis
adjective

retrogradis
rētrōgradis
adjective
going back or backwards

retrogradis
retrōgradis
adjective
going back or backwards

retrogrado
rētrōgradō
verb

retrogrador
rētrōgrador
verb
to go back or backwards

retrogrado
retrōgradō
verb

retrogrador
retrōgrador
verb
to go back or backwards

retrogradus
retrōgradus
adjective
going back or backwards

retrogradus
rētrōgradus
adjective
going back or backwards

retrogressus
retrōgressus
noun
a retrograde movement

retrogressus
rētrōgressus
noun
a retrograde movement

retropendulus
retrōpendulus
adjective
hanging back or backwards

retropendulus
rētrōpendulus
adjective
hanging back or backwards

retrorsum
rētrōrsum
adverb

retrorsum
rētrōrsum
adverb

retrorsum
retrōrsum
adverb

retrorsum
retrōrsum
adverb

retrorsum
retrōrsum
adverb

retrorsum
rētrōrsum
adverb

retrorsus
rētrōrsus
adjective
turned back or backwards

retrorsus
rētrōrsus
adverb

retrorsus
retrōrsus
adjective
turned back or backwards

retrorsus
rētrōrsus
adverb

retrorsus
rētrōrsus
adjective

retrorsus
rētrōrsus
adverb

retrorsus
retrōrsus
adjective

retrorsus
retrōrsus
adverb

retrorsus
retrōrsus
adverb

retrorsus
retrōrsus
adverb

retrosior
retrōsior
cross-reference

retrosior
rētrōsior
cross-reference

retrospicio
retrōspiciō
verb
to look back at

retrospicio
rētrōspiciō
verb
to look back at

retrosus
retrōsus
adjective
turned back or backwards

retrosus
rētrōsus
adjective
turned back or backwards

retroversim
retrōversim
adverb
backwards

retroversim
rētrōversim
adverb
backwards

retroversum
retrōversum
adjective
turned back or backwards

retroversum
rētrōversum
adjective
turned back or backwards

retroversus
rētrōversus
cross-reference

retroversus
retrōversus
cross-reference

retroversus
retrōversus
adjective

retroversus
rētrōversus
adjective

retroversus
rētrōversus
adjective
turned back or backwards

retroversus
retrōversus
adjective
turned back or backwards

retrovorsum
rētrōvorsum
cross-reference

retrovorsum
retrōvorsum
cross-reference

retrudo
rētrūdō
verb
to thrust back

retrudo
retrūdō
verb
to thrust back

retrusus
retrūsus
adjective
removed

retrusus
rētrūsus
adjective
removed

retundo
retundō
verb
to beat or pound back

retunsus
retunsus
adjective

returo
retūrō
verb
to open

retusus
retūsus
adjective

retusus
retūsus
adjective
blunted

retvorsus
retvorsus
adjective
turned back or backwards

retvorsus
rētvorsus
adjective
turned back or backwards

Reudignus
Reudignus
noun
a people of northern Germany

reunctor
reunctor
noun
an anointer

reus
reus
noun
a party to an action

revalesco
revalescō
verb
to grow well again

revecto
revectō
verb
to carry back again

reveho
revehō
verb
to carry or bring back

revelatio
revēlātiō
noun
an uncovering

revelator
revēlātor
noun
a revealer

revelatorius
revēlātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to revelation

revello
revellō
verb
to pluck or pull away

revelo
revēlō
verb
to unveil

revendo
revendō
verb
to sell again

reveneo
revēneō
verb
to be sold again

revenio
reveniō
verb
to come again

reventilo
reventilō
verb
to produce again

revento
reventō
verb

reventus
reventus
noun
a return

revera
rēvērā
cross-reference

reverbero
reverberō
verb
to strike back

reverecunditer
reverēcunditer
adverb
respectfully

reverendus
reverendus
adjective

reverendus
reverendus
adjective
inspiring awe

reverens
reverens
adjective

reverens
reverens
adjective
respectful

reverenter
reverenter
cross-reference

reverenter
reverenter
adverb
respectfully

reverentia
reverentia
noun
timidity

revereor
reverer
verb
to stand in awe or fear of

revereorr
revereor
verb
to stand in awe or fear of

revergo
revergō
verb
to incline towards

reverro
reverrō
verb
to sweep back again

reversio
reversiō
noun
A turning back

reverso
reversō
verb
to turn round

reversus
reversus
adjective

reverticulum
reverticulum
noun
a return

revertor
revertor
verb
to turn back

reverto
revertō
verb
to turn back

revestio
revestiō
verb
to clothe again

revibratio
revibrātiō
noun
a reflection

revibratio
revībrātiō
noun
a reflection

revibratus
revībrātus
noun
a reflection

revibratus
revibrātus
noun
a reflection

revibro
revībrō
verb
to cast back

revibro
revibrō
verb
to cast back

revictio
revictiō
noun
a refuting

revictus
revictus
adjective

revideo
revideō
verb
to see again

revigesco
revigescō
verb
to begin to flourish again

revilesco
revīlescō
verb
to become vile or contemptible

revimentum
revīmentum
noun
a lappet

revincibilis
revincibilis
adjective
that may be disproved or refuted

revincio
revinciō
verb
To bind back or backwards

revinco
revincō
verb
to conquer

revinctus
revinctus
adjective

revindico
revindicō
verb
to exact retribution from

revireo
revireō
verb
to be green again

reviresco
revirescō
verb
to become or grow green again

revisceratio
reviscerātiō
noun
a restoring of the flesh

revisio
revīsiō
noun
a seeing again

revisito
revīsitō
verb
to visit again

reviso
revīsō
verb
to look back

revivesco
revīvescō
verb
to come to life again

revivificatus
revīvificātus
adjective
restored to life

revivisco
revīviscō
verb
to come to life again

revivo
revīvō
verb
to live again

revocabilis
revocābilis
adjective
that may be recalled or revoked

revocamen
revocāmen
noun
a calling back or away

revocatio
revocātiō
noun
a calling back or away

revocator
revocātor
noun
a recaller

revocatoria
revocātōria
noun
a letter of recall

revocatorius
revocātōrius
adjective
for calling or drawing back

revoco
revocō
verb
To call back

revolo
revolō
verb
to fly back

revolsio
revolsiō
noun
a tearing off or away

revolsus
revolsus
adjective

revolubilis
revolūbilis
adjective
that may be rolled back

revolutio
revolūtiō
noun
a revolving

revolutus
revolūtus
adjective

revolvo
revolvō
verb
to roll back

revomo
revomō
verb
to spew or vomit forth again

revorro
revorrō
verb
to sweep back again

revorsio
revorsiō
noun
A turning back

revorsio
revorsiō
noun

revort
revort
verb
to turn back

revorto
revortō
cross-reference

revortor
revortor
cross-reference

revulsio
revulsiō
noun
a tearing off or away

revulsus
revulsus
adjective

rex
rex
noun
a ruler

Rex
Rex
noun
a surname in the gens Marcia

Rha
Rha
adjective
the Wolga

rhabdos
rhabdos
noun
a sort of meteor

rhacoma
rhacoma
noun
a root

Rhacotes
Rhacōtēs
noun
an ancient name of the site of Alexandria in Egypt

Rhacotis
Rhacōtis
noun
an ancient name of the site of Alexandria in Egypt

Rhadamanthus
Rhadamanthus
noun
a son of Jupiter and Europa

Rhadamas
Rhadamas
adjective
a fictitious name

Rhaetia
Rhaetia
noun
the country of the Raeti

Rhaeticus
Rhaeticus
adjective
Raetian

Rhaeti, Rhaetia, Rhaeticus
Rhaeti, Rhaetia, Rhaeticus
expression

Rhaetus
Rhaetus
adverb

Rhaetus
Rhaetus
noun
the Raetians

rhagadis
rhagadis
noun
a kind of sores or chaps

rhagadium
rhagadium
noun
a kind of sores or chaps

rhagion
rhagion
noun
a small spider

Rhamises
Rhamisēs
noun
an ancient king of Egypt

Rhamnenses
Rhamnenses
noun

rhamnos
rhamnos
noun
buckthorn

Rhamnus
Rhamnūs
noun
the northernmost town of Attica

Rhamnusia
Rhamnūsia
adjective
Rhamnusian

Rhamnusis
Rhamnūsis
noun
the Rhamnusian goddess

Rhamnusius
Rhamnūsius
adjective
Rhamnusian

Rhamses
Rhamsēs
noun
an ancient king of Egypt

Rhamses
Rhamsēs
noun
an ancient and powerful king of Egypt

Rhanis
Rhanis
noun
a nymph in the train of Diana

Rhea
Rhēa
noun
an old Italian name

Rhea
Rhea
noun
another name for Cybele

rhecoma
rhecoma
noun
a root

rheda
rhēda
cross-reference

rheda
rhēda
noun
a travelling-carriage or wagon with four wheels

rhedarius
rhēdārius
cross-reference

Rhedonis
Rhēdonis
noun
a people in Gallia Lugdunensis near the modern Rennes in Brittany

Rhedonis
Rhēdonis
noun
a people in

Rheginus
Rhēgīnus
cross-reference

Rhegium
Rhēgium
cross-reference

Rhemus
Rhēmus
noun
A considerable people of Gaul

Rhenanus
Rhēnānus
adjective

Rhenanus
Rhēnānus
adjective
of or belonging to the Rhine

Rhene
Rhēnē
noun
an island in the Aegean Sea

rheno
rhēnō
noun
a reindeer-skin

Rhenus
Rhēnus
noun
The Rhine

Rhesus
Rhēsus
noun
the son of a Muse

Rhetenor
Rhētēnor
noun
a companion of Diomede

Rhetico
Rheticō
noun
a mountain range in Germany

rhetor
rhētor
noun
a teacher of oratory or rhetoric

rhetorica
rhētorica
noun
the art of oratory

rhetorice
rhētoricē
adverb
in an oratorical or rhetorical manner

rhetorice
rhētoricē
noun
the art of oratory

rhetoricor
rhētoricor
verb
to speak rhetorically or like an orator

rhetorico
rhētoricō
verb
to speak rhetorically or like an orator

rhetoricoteros
rhētoricōteros
noun
more oratorical

rhetoricum
rhētoricum
noun
rhetoric

rhetoricus
rhētoricus
adjective
of or belonging to a rhetorician

rhetoricus
rhētoricus
noun
Teachers of oratory

rhetoriscus
rhētoriscus
noun
a little rhetorician

rhetorisso
rhētorissō
verb
to speak rhetorically

rhetra
rhētra
noun
a saying

rheuma
rheuma
noun
A flow

rheumaticus
rheumaticus
noun
one troubled with rheum

rheumatismus
rheumatismus
noun
rheum

rheumatizo
rheumatīzō
verb
to be troubled with rheum

rhexia
rhexia
noun
a plant

rhina
rhīna
noun
a kind of shark

rhinenchytes
rhīnenchytēs
noun
an instrument for making injections into the nose

rhinengytos
rhīnengytos
noun
an instrument for making injections into the nose

rhinion
rhīnion
noun
an ointment for removing scars

rhinoceros
rhīnoceros
noun
a rhinoceros

rhinoceroticus
rhīnocerōticus
adjective
of a rhinoceros

Rhinocolura
Rhīnocolūra
noun
a town on the borders of Syria and Egypt on the shore of the Mediterranean

Rhinthon
Rhinthon
noun
the originator of travestied tragedy

Rhinton
Rhinton
noun
the originator of travestied tragedy

Rhion
Rhion
noun
A strait between the Ionian Sea and the Corinthian Gulf

Rhipaei
Rhīpaeī
cross-reference
a range of mountains in the most northern part of Scythia

Rhipaeus
Rhīpaeus
adjective
Rhiphaean

Rhiphaei
Rhīphaeī
cross-reference
a range of mountains in the most northern part of Scythia

Rhiphaeus
Rhīphaeus
adjective
Rhiphaean

Rhium
Rhium
noun
A strait between the Ionian Sea and the Corinthian Gulf

rhizias
rhīziās
noun
juice extracted from a root

Rhizinium
Rhīzinium
noun
a town of Dalmatia

Rhizon
Rhīzon
noun
a town of Dalmatia

Rhizonita
Rhīzōnīta
noun
the inhabitants of this town

rhizotomos
rhīzotomos
noun
a plant

rhizotomumenum
rhīzotomūmenum
noun
descriptions of or instructions about medicines prepared from roots cut up

rho
rhō
adjective
the Greek name of the letter

Rhoda
Rhoda
noun
A town of Hispania Tarraconensis

Rhodanicus
Rhodanicus
adjective

Rhodanitis
Rhodanītis
noun
of or belonging to the Rhone

Rhodanus
Rhodanus
noun
The Rhone

Rhodanusia
Rhodanūsia
noun
the Rhone City

Rhodiacus
Rhodiacus
adjective

Rhodiacus
Rhodiacus
adjective
Rhodian

Rhodiensis
Rhodiensis
adjective
Rhodian

Rhodiensis
Rhodiensis
noun
the Rhodians

rhodinus
rhodinus
adjective
prepared from roses

rhoditis
rhodītis
noun
a precious stone

Rhodius
Rhodius
adjective

Rhodius
Rhodius
adjective
of or belonging to Rhodes

Rhodius
Rhodius
noun
the people of Rhodes

Rhodo
Rhodō
noun
a friend of Q. Minucius Thermus

rhododaphne
rhododaphnē
noun
the rose-bay

rhododendron
rhododendron
noun
the rosebay

rhododendros
rhododendros
noun
the rosebay

rhodomeli
rhodomelī
noun
honey of roses

Rhodope
Rhodopē
noun
A mountain range in Thrace

Rhodopeius
Rhodopēius
adjective
Rhodopean

Rhodopeus
Rhodopēus
adjective
Thracian

rhodora
rhodōra
noun
name of a plant

Rhodos
Rhodos
noun
An island on the coast of Asia Minor

Rhoduntia
Rhoduntia
noun
one of the three summits of Mount Oeta

Rhodus
Rhodus
noun
An island on the coast of Asia Minor

rhoea
rhoea
noun
wild-poppy

rhoeas
rhoeas
noun
wild-poppy

Rhoecus
Rhoecus
noun
A giant

Rhoeteius
Rhoetēius
adjective
Trojan

Rhoeteum
Rhoetēum
noun
a city built on a promontory of the same name in Troas

Rhoeteus
Rhoetēus
adjective
of or belonging to the promontory of Rhaeteum

Rhoeteus
Rhoeteus
noun
the name of a Rutulian

Rhoetus
Rhoetus
noun
A giant

rhoicus
rhoicus
adjective
of or belonging to the sumach

rhoites
rhoītēs
noun
pomegranate wine

rhomboides
rhomboīdes
noun
a four-sided figure

rhombus
rhombus
noun
A magician's circle

rhomphaea
rhomphaea
noun
a long missile weapon

rhomphaealis
rhomphaeālis
adjective
of or belonging to the

rhonchisonus
rhonchisonus
adjective
snorting

rhoncho
rhonchō
verb
to snore

Rhondes
Rhondes
noun

rhopalon
rhopalon
noun
the plant

Rhosicus
Rhōsicus
adjective
of or belonging to Rhosos

Rhosius
Rhōsius
adjective
of Rhosos

Rhosos
Rhōsos
noun
a town in Cilicia

Rhoxolanus
Rhoxolānus
noun
a Scythian tribe in Eastern Europe

Rhoxolanus
Rhoxolānus
noun
a people upon the rivers Don and Dnieper

rhus
rhūs
noun
a bushy shrub

rhuselinon
rhūselīnon
noun
a plant

Rhyndacus
Rhyndacus
noun
a river between Mysia and Bithynia

rhyparographos
rhyparographos
noun
a painter of low or mean subjects

rhypodes
rhypōdes
noun
dirty

Rhysaddir
Rhysaddir
noun
a town and harbor of Mauretania Tingitana

rhythmice
rhythmicē
noun
the art of observing rhythm

rhythmicus
rhythmicus
noun
one who pays attention to rhythm

rhythmizomenon
rhythmizomenon
noun
that which is reduced to measure or rhythm

rhythmoides
rhythmoīdes
noun
like rhythm

rhythmopoeia
rhythmopoeia
noun
modulation

rhythmos
rhythmos
noun
symmetry

rhythmus
rhythmus
noun
symmetry

rhytium
rhytium
noun
a hornshaped drinking-vessel

rica
rīca
noun
a veil to be thrown over the head

riciniatus
rīcīniātus
adjective
wearing

ricinium
rīcīnium
noun
a small veil thrown over the head by the early Romans

ricinus
ricinus
noun
A large kind of vermin that infests sheep

ricinus
rīcīnus
adjective
veiled

ricto
rictō
verb
to make the natural cry of a leopard

rictum
rictum
noun

rictum
rictum
noun
the aperture of the mouth

rictus
rictus
noun
the aperture of the mouth

ricula
rīcula
noun
a small veil

rideo
rīdeō
verb
to laugh

ridibundus
rīdibundus
adjective
laughing

ridica
ridica
noun
stake

ridicula
ridicula
noun
a little stake

ridicularius
rīdiculārius
adjective
that excites laughter

ridicularius
rīdiculārius
noun
a droll

ridicule
rīdiculē
adverb
Laughably

ridiculosus
rīdiculōsus
adjective
laughable

ridiculum
rīdiculum
noun
something laughable

ridiculum
rīdiculum
noun
something laughable

ridiculus
rīdiculus
adjective
that excites laughter

ridiculus
rīdiculus
noun
a jester

rien
riēn
cross-reference

rien
rien
noun
The kidneys

rigatio
rigātiō
noun
a watering

rigator
rigātor
noun
a waterer

rigatus
rigātus
noun
a watering

rigefacio
rigefaciō
verb
to make stiff

rigens
rigens
adjective
stiff

rigens
rigens
adjective

rigeo
rigeō
verb
to be stiff or numb

rigesco
rigescō
verb
to grow stiff or numb

rigida
rigida
noun

rigide
rigidē
adverb
Inflexibly

rigiditas
rigiditās
noun
stiffness

rigido
rigidō
verb
to harden

rigidus
rigidus
adjective
stiff

rigo
rigō
verb
To wet

Rigodulum
Rigodūlum
noun
a town in the territory of the Treviri

rigor
rigor
noun
stiffness

rigoratus
rigōrātus
adjective
stiff

riguum
riguum
noun
well-watered places

riguus
riguus
noun
well-watered places

riguus
riguus
adjective
that waters

rima
rīma
noun
a cleft

rimabundus
rīmābundus
adjective
examining

rimatim
rīmātim
adverb
through the chinks

rimator
rīmātor
noun
an investigator

rimatus
rīmātus
verb

rimo
rīmō
verb

rimor
rīmor
verb
to lay open

rimo
rīmō
verb

rimosus
rīmōsus
adjective
full of cracks

rimula
rīmula
noun
a small crack

ringor
ringor
verb
to open wide the mouth

ripa
rīpa
noun
the bank

Ripaei
Rīpaeī
cross-reference
a range of mountains in the most northern part of Scythia

Ripaeus
Rīpaeus
adjective
Rhiphaean

Ripaeus
Rīpaeus
cross-reference

riparensis
rīpārensis
noun
troops stationed on the bank of a river

ripariensis
rīpāriensis
noun
troops stationed on the bank of a river

riparius
rīpārius
adjective
that frequents the banks of rivers

ripensis
rīpensis
adjective
situated or stationed on a river's bank

Ripeus
Rīpeus
cross-reference

Riphaeus
Rīphaeus
cross-reference

Ripheus
Rīpheus
noun
a Centaur

ripula
rīpula
noun
a little bank or margin

riscus
riscus
noun
a trunk

risibilis
rīsibilis
adjective
that can laugh

risiloquium
rīsiloquium
noun
a tattling and laughing at the same time

risio
rīsiō
noun
a laughing

risito
rīsitō
verb
to laugh over or at

risor
rīsor
noun
a laugher

risus
rīsus
noun
a laughing

rite
rītē
adverb
according to religious ceremonies or observances

rituale
rītuāle
noun
ceremonial rites

ritualis
rītuālis
adjective
relating to religious rites or ceremonies

ritualiter
rītuāliter
adverb
according to religious usage

ritus
rītus
noun
the form and manner of religious observances

rivalicius
rīvālīcius
adjective
of or relating to those who make use of the same brook

rivalis
rīvālis
adjective
Of or belonging to a brook

rivalis
rīvālis
noun
one who has the same mistress as another

rivalitas
rīvālitās
noun
rivalship

rivals
rīvāls
noun
those who have or use the same brook

rivatim
rīvātim
adverb
like a brook or brooks

rivifinalis
rīvifīnālis
adjective
bounded by a brook

rivinus
rīvīnus
cross-reference

rivo
rīvō
verb
to lead or draw off

rivore
rīvore
noun
rivulets

rivulus
rīvulus
noun
a small brook

rivus
rīvus
noun
a small stream of water

rixa
rixa
noun
A quarrel

rixator
rixātor
noun
a quarrelsome person

rixatorius
rixātōrius
adjective
of or relating to a quarrel

rixor
rixor
verb
to quarrel

rixo
rixō
verb
to oppose

rixo
rixō
verb

rixosus
rixōsus
adjective
quarrelsome

robeus
robeus
adjective

robeus
robeus
adjective
red

Robigale
Rōbīgāle
noun
a yearly festival held in honor of Robigus on the 25th of April

robigino
rōbīginō
verb
to contract rust

robiginosus
rōbīginōsus
adjective
rusty

robigo
rōbīgō
noun
rust

Robigo
Rōbīgō
noun
a god of the Romans

Robigus
Rōbīgus
noun
a god of the Romans

robor
rōbor
noun
a very hard kind of oak

roborarium
rōborārium
noun
an enclosure for animals

roborasco
rōborascō
verb
to grow strong

roboratus
rōborātus
adjective
strengthened

roboratus
rōborātus
adjective

roboreus
rōboreus
adjective
oaken

roboro
rōborō
verb
to make strong

roborosus
rōborōsus
adjective
stiff

robur
rōbur
noun
a very hard kind of oak

roburneus
rōburneus
adjective
of oaks

robus
rōbus
noun
a very hard kind of oak

robus
robus
adjective

robus
robus
adjective
red

robus
rōbus
noun

robuste
rōbustē
adverb
stoutly

robusteus
rōbusteus
adjective
of oak or other hard wood

robustus
rōbustus
adjective
Of oakwood

rodo
rōdō
verb
to gnaw

rodus
rōdus
noun
a rude mass

rodus
rōdus
noun

rodusculum
rōdusculum
noun

rodusculum
rōdusculum
noun
A little piece of brass

rogalis
rogālis
adjective
of or belonging to a funeral pile

rogamentum
rogāmentum
noun
a question

rogatio
rogātiō
noun
an inquiry of the people as to whether they will decree this or that

rogatiuncula
rogātiuncula
noun
An unimportant bill or proposed law

rogator
rogātor
noun
One who proposes a law to the people

rogatus
rogātus
noun
a request

rogitatio
rogitātiō
noun
a proposed law

rogito
rogitō
verb
to ask or inquire with eagerness

rogo
rogō
verb
to ask

rogum
rogum
noun
A funeral pile

rogus
rogus
noun
A funeral pile

Roma
Rōma
noun
the city of Rome

Romane
Rōmānē
adverb
in the Roman manner

Romanenses
Rōmānenses
adjective
of Rome

Romanicus
Rōmānicus
adjective
Roman

Romaniensis
Rōmāniensis
adjective
of Rome

Romanitas
Rōmānitās
noun
Romanism

Romanulus
Rōmānulus
adjective
of Rome

Romanus
Rōmānus
noun
the Romans

Romanus
Rōmānus
adjective
of or belonging to Rome

Romilius
Rōmilius
adjective
of Rome

Romularis
Rōmulāris
adjective

Romularis
Rōmulāris
adjective
of Romulus

Romuleus
Rōmuleus
adjective

Romuleus
Rōmuleus
adjective
of or belonging to Romulus

Romulia
Rōmulia
cross-reference

Romulida
Rōmulida
noun

Romulida
Rōmulida
noun
the posterity of Romulus

Romulius
Rōmulius
adjective
of Rome

Romulus
Rōmulus
adjective

Romulus
Rōmulus
noun
the founder and first king of Rome

Romulus
Rōmulus
adjective
of Romulus

rorarius
rōrārius
noun
a kind of light-armed Roman troops

rorarius
rōrārius
adjective
of or for the

roratio
rōrātiō
noun
a falling of dew

rorescit
rōrescit
cross-reference

roridus
rōridus
adjective
bedewed

rorifer
rōrifer
adjective
dewbringing

rorifluus
rōrifluus
adjective
dripping with dew

roriger
rōriger
adjective
dew-bringing

roro
rōrō
verb
to let fall

rorulentus
rōrulentus
adjective
full of dew

ros
rōs
noun
dew

rosa
rosa
noun
a rose

rosaceum
rosāceum
noun
oil of roses

rosaceus
rosāceus
adjective
made of roses

Rosale
Rosale
noun
an annual feast

rosales esce
rosāles esce
noun
an annual feast

rosans
rosans
adjective
rosecolored

rosarium
rosārium
noun
a place planted with roses

rosarius
rosārius
cross-reference

rosarius
rosārius
adjective
of roses

rosatum
rosātum
noun
rose wine

rosatus
rosātus
adjective
prepared from roses

Roscianus
Rosciānus
adjective

Roscianus
Rosciānus
adjective
Roscian

roscidus
roscidus
adjective
full of dew

Roscius
Roscius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Rosea
Rōsea
noun
a very fertile district near Reate

Roseanus
Rōseānus
adjective
Rosean

Rosellla
Rōsellla
noun
a town of Etruria

Roselllanus
Rōselllānus
adjective
of or belonging to Rusellae

rosetum
rosētum
noun
a garden or bed of roses

Roseus
Rōseus
adjective

roseus
roseus
adjective
Of roses

Roseus
Rōseus
adjective
of or belonging to Rosea

Rosia
Rōsia
noun
a very fertile district near Reate

rosidus
rōsidus
adjective

rosina
rosina
noun
a plant

rosio
rōsiō
noun

Rosius
Rōsius
adjective
of or belonging to Rosea

rosmarinum
rosmarīnum
cross-reference

rosmarinus
rosmarīnus
cross-reference

rostellum
rostellum
noun
a little beak

rostralis
rostrālis
adjective
of or belonging to the

rostrans
rostrans
adjective
striking or driving in its point

rostratus
rostrātus
adjective
having a beak

rostrum
rōstrum
noun
the bill or beak of a bird

rostrum
rostrum
noun

rosula
rosula
noun
a little rose

rosulentus
rosulentus
adjective
Abounding in roses

rosus
rōsus
adjective

rota
rota
noun
a wheel

rotabilis
rotābilis
adjective
Whirling

rotalis
rotālis
adjective
having wheels

rotatilis
rotātilis
adjective
wheel-like

rotatim
rotātim
adverb
like a wheel

rotatio
rotātiō
noun
a wheeling or turning about in a circle

rotator
rotātor
noun
one who turns

rotatus
rotātus
noun
a turning or whirling round

roto
rotō
verb
to turn

Rotomagus
Rotomagus
noun
a city in Gallia Lugdunensis

rotula
rotula
noun
a little wheel

rotulus
rotulus
noun
a little wheel

rotundatio
rotundātiō
noun
a making round

rotunde
rotundē
adverb
Roundly

rotundifolius
rotundifolius
adjective
round-leaved

rotunditas
rotunditās
noun
a round

rotundo
rotundō
verb
to make round

rotundula
rotundula
noun
a little round mass

rotundus
rotundus
adjective
wheel-shaped

Roxane
Rōxānē
noun
a daughter of the Persian Oxyartes

Roxolanus
Roxolānus
noun
a people upon the rivers Don and Dnieper

Roxolanus
Roxolānus
noun
a Scythian tribe in Eastern Europe

rubedo
rubēdō
noun
redness

rubefacio
rubefaciō
verb
to make red or ruddy

rubellianus
rubelliānus
adjective
reddish

rubellio
rubelliō
noun
a fish of a reddish color

rubellulus
rubellulus
adjective
a little reddish

rubellus
rubellus
adjective
reddish

rubens
rubens
adjective

rubens
rubens
adjective
being red

rubeo
rubeō
verb
to be red or ruddy

ruber
ruber
adjective
Red

rubesco
rubescō
verb
to grow red

rubeta
rubēta
noun
a kind of venomous toad living among bramble-bushes

rubetum
rubētum
noun
bramblethickets

rubeus
rubeus
adjective
of or belonging to the bramble-bush

rubeus
rubeus
adjective
red

rubia
rubia
noun
madder

Rubico
Rubicō
noun
a small river on the east coast of Italy

rubicundulus
rubicundulus
adjective
somewhat ruddy

rubicundus
rubicundus
adjective
red

rubidus
rubidus
adjective
red

Rubigale
Rūbīgāle
noun
a yearly festival held in honor of Robigus on the 25th of April

rubigalis
rūbīgālis
cross-reference

rubigino
rūbīginō
verb
to contract rust

rubiginosus
rūbīginōsus
adjective
rusty

rubigo
rūbīgō
cross-reference

rubigo
rūbīgō
noun
rust

Rubigus
Rūbīgus
noun
a god of the Romans

rubor
rubor
noun
redness

Rubrensis
Rubrensis
cross-reference
a lake of Gallia Narbonensis

Rubresus
Rubrēsus
cross-reference
Etang de Sigoan

Rubria
Rūbria
noun
the name of a Roman

Rubrianus
Rubriānus
adjective

Rubrianus
Rūbriānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Rubrius

rubrica
rūbrīca
noun
red earth

Rubricatum
Rūbricātum
noun
a river of Spain

Rubricatus
Rūbricātus
noun
a river of Spain

rubricatus
rūbricātus
adjective

rubrico
rubrīcō
verb
to color red

rubricosus
rubrīcōsus
adjective
full of ruddle or red-ochre

Rubrius
Rūbrius
noun
the name of a Roman

rubrus
rubrus
adjective
Red

rubrus
rubrus
adjective

Rubus
Rubus
noun
a town in Apulia

rubus
rubus
noun
A bramble-bush

Rubustinus
Rubustīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Rubi

ructabundus
ructābundus
adjective
belching again and again

ructamen
ructāmen
noun
a belching

ructatio
ructātiō
noun
a belching

ructatrix
ructātrix
noun
she that belches

ructatus
ructātus
noun

ructor
ructor
verb

ructo
ructō
verb
to belch

ructor
ructor
verb
to belch

ructuo
ructuō
verb
to belch forth

ructuosus
ructuōsus
adjective
full of belches

ructus
ructus
noun
a belching

rudectus
rūdectus
adjective
full of rubbish

rudens
rudens
adjective

rudens
rudens
adjective
a rope

ruderarius
rūderārius
adjective
of or belonging to rubbish

ruderatio
rūderātiō
noun
a paving with rubbish

rudero
rūderō
verb
to cover or pave with broken stone or rubbish

Rudia
Rudia
noun
a town in Calabria

rudiarii
rudiāriī
cross-reference

rudiarius
rudiārius
noun
a gladiator who is presented with a

rudicula
rudicula
noun
a wooden spoon

rudimentum
rudīmentum
noun
a first attempt

Rudinus
Rudīnus
adjective

Rudinus
Rudīnus
adjective
of Rudiae

rudis
rudis
adjective
unwrought

rudis
rudis
noun
a slender stick or rod

ruditas
ruditās
noun
ignorance

ruditus
rudītus
noun
a roaring or braying

rudo
rudō
verb
to roar

rudor
rudor
noun
a roaring

rudus
rūdus
noun
stones broken small and mingled with lime

rudus
rūdus
adjective

rudus
rūdus
noun
a rude mass

rudusculum
rūdusculum
noun

rudusculum
rūdusculum
noun
A little piece of brass

rufesco
rūfescō
verb
to become reddish

rufius
rufius
noun
the Gallic name for

rufo
rūfō
verb
to make or color reddish

Rufra
Rufra
noun
a town of the Samnites

Rufrium
Rufrium
noun

Rufulus
Rūfulus
noun
the military tribunes chosen by the general himself

rufulus
rūfulus
adjective
reddish

rufus
rūfus
adjective
red

Rufus
Rūfus
noun
a common Roman surname

Ruga
Rūga
noun
a Roman surname

ruga
rūga
noun
a crease in the face

rugatio
rūgātiō
noun
a wrinkling

ruginosus
rūgīnōsus
adjective
wrinkled

rugio
rugiō
verb
to roar

rugitus
rugītus
noun
A roaring

Rugius
Rugius
noun
a German people

rugo
rūgō
verb
to crease

rugositas
rūgōsitās
noun
the state of being wrinkled

rugosus
rūgōsus
adjective
wrinkled

ruidus
ruidus
adjective
rough

ruina
ruīna
noun
a rushing or tumbling down

ruinosum
ruīnōsum
noun
ruins

ruinosus
ruīnōsus
adjective
Tumbling down

Rullus
Rullus
noun
a Roman surname

ruma
rūma
noun
the throat

ruma
ruma
noun

ruma
ruma
noun

ruma
ruma
noun
a breast that gives suck

rumen
rūmen
noun
the throat

rumentum
rumentum
cross-reference

rumex
rumex
noun
a missile weapon

rumex
rumex
noun
sorrel

Rumia
Rūmia
noun

Rumia
Rūmia
noun
a Roman goddess of nursing mothers

rumifico
rūmificō
verb
to make report

rumigeratio
rūmigerātiō
noun
a spreading of reports

rumigeror
rūmigeror
verb
to spread reports

rumigerulus
rūmigerulus
adjective
that spreads reports

rumigo
rūmigō
verb
to chew over again

Rumina
Rūmina
adjective

Rumina
Rūmina
cross-reference

Rumina
Rūmīna
noun
a Roman goddess of nursing mothers

ruminalis
rūminālis
adjective
chewing again

Ruminalis
Rūmīnālis
adjective

Ruminalis
Rūminālis
cross-reference

ruminatio
rūminātiō
noun
a chewing over again

ruminator
rūminātor
noun
one that chews again or ruminates

ruminor
rūminor
verb
to chew over again

ruminor
rūminor
verb
to chew over again

Ruminus
Rūmīnus
noun
an epithet of Jupiter

rumis
rumis
noun
a breast that gives suck

rumito
rūmitō
verb
to spread reports

rumo
rumō
cross-reference

rumor
rūmor
noun
the talk of the many

rumpia
rumpīa
noun
a long missile weapon

rumpia
rumpia
noun

rumpo
rumpō
verb
to break

rumpotinetum
rumpōtinētum
noun
a place planted with low trees to support the vines

rumpotinus
rumpōtinus
adjective
That serves to support the running vines

rumpotinus
rumpōtinus
noun
a kind of maple

rumpus
rumpus
noun
a vine branch or runner

rumusculus
rūmusculus
noun
idle talk

runa
rūna
noun
a kind of weapon

runatus
rūnātus
adjective

runcatio
runcātiō
noun
A weeding

runcator
runcātor
noun
a weeder

Runcina
Runcīna
noun
a rural goddess presiding over weeding

runcina
runcīna
noun
a plane

runcino
runcīnō
verb
to plane off

runco
runcō
verb
to weed out

runco
runcō
noun
a weedinghook

ruo
ruō
verb
to fall with violence

rupa
rūpa
noun
a rock

rupa
rūpa
noun

rupes
rūpēs
noun
a rock

rupex
rupex
noun
a rough

rupicapra
rūpicapra
noun
a chamois

rupico
rupicō
noun
a boorish man

Rupilius
Rupilius
noun
the name of a Roman gens. So

rupina
rūpīna
noun
a cleft of a rock

ruptio
ruptiō
noun
a breaking

ruptor
ruptor
noun
a breaker

ruptura
ruptūra
noun
a fracture

ruptus
ruptus
adjective

ruralis
rūrālis
adjective
of or belonging to the country

ruraliter
rūrāliter
adverb
rurally

ruratio
rūrātiō
noun
a country life

rurestris
rūrestris
adjective
of or belonging to the country

ruricola
rūricola
noun
that tills the ground

ruricola
rūricola
noun
A tiller of the ground

ruricolaris
rūricolāris
adjective
of or belonging to tillage

rurigena
rūrigena
noun
one born in the country

Rurina
Rūrīna
noun
a goddess that presided over agriculture

ruror
rūror
verb
to live in the country

ruror
rūror
verb
to live in the country

rursum
rursum
adverb
turned back or backwards

rursus
rursus
adverb
turned back or backwards

rus
rūs
noun
the country

Rusadir
Rusadir
cross-reference

Rusca
Rusca
noun
a surname in the Pinarian family

ruscarius
ruscārius
adjective
of or for butcher

Ruscino
Ruscinō
noun
a town of Gallia Narbonensis

rusco
ruscō
noun
a disease of cattle

rusco
ruscō
verb
to clear of butcher

rusculum
rusculum
noun
a little country-seat or farm

ruscum
ruscum
noun
butcher

Rusella
Rūsella
noun
a town of Etruria

Rusellanus
Rūsellānus
noun
the inhabitants of Rusellae

Rusellanus
Rūsellānus
adjective
of or belonging to Rusellae

Rusgada
Rusgāda
cross-reference
Melilla

Rusgada
Rusgāda
cross-reference

Rusiccade
Rūsiccādē
noun
a town in Numidia

Rusina
Rūsīna
noun

Rusina
Rūsīna
noun
a goddess that presided over agriculture

Ruso
Rusō
noun

Rusor
Rūsor
noun
a divinity that provides for the regular return of all productions

Ruspina
Ruspina
noun
a town of Zeugitana

ruspor
ruspor
verb
to search through

russatus
russātus
adjective
clothed in red

russeolus
russeolus
adjective
somewhat red

russesco
russescō
verb
to become red

russeus
russeus
adjective
reddish

russulus
russulus
adjective
reddish

russum
russum
adverb
turned back or backwards

russus
russus
adjective
red

rustarius
rustārius
adjective

rustarius
rustārius
adjective
of or for butcher

rustica
rustica
noun

rustica
rustica
noun
A country girl

rusticanus
rusticānus
adjective
of or pertaining to the country

rusticatim
rusticātim
adverb
rustically

rusticatio
rusticātiō
noun
A living in the country

rustice
rusticē
adverb
in a countrified manner

rusticellus
rusticellus
adjective
somewhat rustic or clownish

rusticitas
rusticitās
noun
Country life and occupations

rusticor
rusticor
verb
to live in the country

rusticola
rusticola
noun
an inhabitant of the country

rusticula
rusticula
noun
a little heath-cock

rusticulus
rusticulus
adjective
rather rustic

rusticulus
rusticulus
noun
a little countryman

rusticus
rusticus
adjective
of or belonging to the country

rusticus
rusticus
noun
a countryman

rusto
rustō
verb
to clear of butcher

rustum
rustum
noun
butcher

rusum
rūsum
adverb
turned back or backwards

rusum
rūsum
cross-reference

ruta
rūta
noun
a bitter herb

rutabulum
rutābulum
noun
an instrument for raking or stirring up

ruta caesa
ruta caesa
expression

rutaceus
rūtāceus
adjective
of rue

rutatus
rūtātus
adjective
flavored or garnished with rue

rutellum
rūtellum
noun
a little shovel

Rutenus
Rutēnus
noun
a people of Aquitanian Gaul

Ruthnus
Ruth_nus
noun
a people of Aquitanian Gaul

rutilans
rutilans
adjective

rutilesco
rutilescō
verb
to grow reddish

Rutilianus
Rutīliānus
adjective

Rutilianus
Rutīliānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Rutilius

Rutilius
Rutīlius
noun
name of a Roman gens.

rutilo
rutilō
verb
to make or color reddish

rutilus
rutilus
adjective
red

Rutilus
Rutilus
noun
a Roman surname

rutrum
rūtrum
noun
a spade

Rutuba
Rutuba
noun
A river in Liguria

rutuba
rutuba
cross-reference

rutula
rūtula
noun
a little piece of rue

Rutulus
Rutulus
adjective
Rutulian

Rutulus
Rutulus
noun
An ancient people of Latium

Rutulus
Rutulus
noun
a Rutulian

rutundus
rutundus
adjective
wheel-shaped

Rutupia
Rutupia
noun
a town and haven of the Cantii

Rutupinus
Rutupīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Rutupiae

rutus
rutus
adjective
every thing dug up

rutus
rutus
adjective

rymulcum
rymulcum
noun
a tow-rope

 
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