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Sabaeus
Sabaeus
adjective
sabaean

sabbatum
sabbatum
noun
the seventh day

Sabellicus
Sabellicus
adjective
of the Sabelli

Sabinus
Sabīnus
adjective
of the Sabini

sabulum
sabulum
noun
coarse sand

saburra
saburra
noun
sand

sacculus
sacculus
noun
a small bag (as a filter for wine)

saccus
saccus
noun
a sack

sacellum
sacellum
noun
a little sanctuary

sacer
sacer
adjective
dedicated

sacerdos
sacerdōs
noun
a priest

sacerdotium
sacerdōtium
noun
the priesthood

sacramentum
sacrāmentum
noun
[in law] a sum deposited by a party in a civil process

sacrarium
sacrārium
noun
a depository of holy things

sacratus
sacrātus
adjective
hallowed

sacricola
sacricola
noun
a sacrificing priest

sacrifer
sacrifer
adjective
bearing sacred things

sacrificalis
sacrificālis
adjective
of sacrifices

sacrificatio
sacrificātiō
noun
a sacrificing

sacrificium
sacrificium
noun
a sacrifice

sacrifico
sacrificō
verb
to make a sacrifice

sacrificulus
sacrificulus
noun
one who conducts sacrifices

sacrificus
sacrificus
adjective
of sacrifices

sacrilegium
sacrilegium
noun
the robbing of a temple

sacrilegus
sacrilegus
adjective
that steals sacred things

sacro
sacrō
verb
to set apart as sacred

sacrosanctus
sacrōsānctus
adjective
consecrated with religious ceremonies

sacrufico
sacruficō
verb
to make a sacrifice

sacrum
sacrum
noun
something consecrated

saeclum
saeclum
noun
a race

saecularis
saeculāris
adjective
of a saeculum

saeculum
saeculum
noun
a race

saepe
saepe
adverb
often

saepe numero
saepe numerō
adverb
oftentimes

saepenumero
saepenumerō
adverb
oftentimes

saepes
saepēs
noun
a hedge

saepimentum
saepīmentum
noun
a hedge

saepio
saepiō
verb
to surround with a hedge

saeptum
saeptum
noun
a fence

saeta
saeta
noun
[of beasts] a stiff hair

saetiger
saetiger
adjective
bristle-bearing

saetosus
saetōsus
adjective
full of coarse hairs

saeve
saevē
adverb
fiercely

saevidicus
saevidicus
adjective
spoken furiously

saevio
saeviō
verb
[of animals] to be fierce

saevitia
saevitia
noun
fury

saevus
saevus
adjective
[of animals] raging

saga
sāga
noun
a wisewoman

sagacitas
sagācitās
noun
[of the senses] keenness

sagaciter
sagāciter
adverb
with keen scent

sagatus
sagātus
adjective
clothed in a sagum

sagax
sagāx
adjective
of quick perception

sagina
sagīna
noun
a stuffing

sagino
sagīnō
verb
to fatten

sagio
sāgiō
verb
to perceive keenly

sagitta
sagitta
noun
an arrow

sagittarius
sagittārius
noun
an archer

sagittifer
sagittifer
adjective
arrow-bearing

Sagittipotens
Sagittipotēns
noun
arrow-master

sagitto
sagittō
verb
to discharge arrows

sagmen
sāgmen
noun
a tuft of grass gathered in the citadel and borne by the fetiales as a token of inviolability

sagulum
sagulum
noun
a small military cloak

sagum
sagum
noun
a coarse woollen blanket

sagus
sāgus
cross-reference

sal
sāl
noun
salt water

sal
sāl
noun
salt water

salaco
salacō
noun
a swaggerer

salaputium
salapūtium
noun
[as a humorous appellation] a little man

salarium
salārium
noun
saltmoney

salarius
salārius
adjective
of salt

salax
salāx
adjective
lustful

sale
sale
noun
salt water

sale
sale
noun
salt water

salebra
salebra
noun
[in a road plur] a jolting place

salebrosus
salebrōsus
adjective
full of roughness

Saliaris
Saliāris
adjective
of the Salii

saliatus
saliātus
noun
the office of the Salii

salictum
salictum
noun
a plantation of willows

salientes
salientēs
noun
springs

salignus
salīgnus
adjective
of willow

salillum
salīllum
noun
a little salt-dish

salina
salīna
noun
salt-works

salinum
salīnum
noun
a vessel for salt

salio
saliō
verb
to leap

Salisubsulus
Salisubsulus
noun
dancing priests of Mars

saliunca
saliunca
noun
a scented plant

Salius
Salius
noun
a college of priests founded by Numa for the service of Mars

saliva
salīva
noun
spittle

salix
salix
noun
a willow-tree

Salmacis
Salmacis
noun
a fountain in Caria (producing effeminacy)

salpa
salpa
noun
a kind of stock-fish

salsamentum
salsāmentum
noun
fish-pickle

salse
salsē
adverb
wittily

salsus
salsus
adjective
salted

saltatio
saltātiō
noun
a dancing

saltator
saltātor
noun
a dancer

saltatorius
saltātōrius
adjective
of dancing

saltatrix
saltātrīx
noun
a female dancer

saltatus
saltātus
noun
a dance (only abl sing. and plur.)

saltem
saltem
adverb
saved

saltim
saltim
adverb
saved

salto
saltō
verb
to dance

saltuosus
saltuōsus
adjective
covered with forest

saltus
saltus
noun
a forest

saltus
saltus
noun
a leaping

saluber
salūber
adjective
health-giving

salubris
salūbris
adjective
health-giving

salubritas
salūbritās
noun
healthfulness

salubriter
salūbriter
adverb
healthfully

salum
salum
noun
the open sea

salus
salūs
noun
soundness

salutaris
salūtāris
adjective
of wellbeing

salutariter
salūtāriter
adverb
profitably

salutatio
salūtātiō
noun
a greeting

salutator
salūtātor
noun
a saluter

salutatrix
salūtātrīx
noun
that makes complimentary visits

salutifer
salūtifer
adjective
health-bringing

saluto
salūtō
verb
to greet

salve
salvē
adverb
well

salveo
salveō
verb
to be well

salvus
salvus
adjective
in good health

sambucistria
sambūcistria
noun
a female harpist

Same
Samē
cross-reference
(L.) or Samos (O.)

same
samē
cross-reference
(L.) or Samos (O.)

Samius
Samius
adjective
of Samos

Samnis
Samnīs
adjective
of Samnium

Samnium
Samnium
noun
a mountainous country north of Campania

Samos
Samos
noun
an island near Ephesus

Samus
Samus
noun
an island near Ephesus

sanabilis
sānābilis
adjective
that can be healed

sanatio
sānātiō
noun
a healing

sancio
sanciō
verb
of a law or treaty

sancte
sānctē
adverb
solemnly

sanctimonia
sānctimōnia
noun
sacredness

sanctio
sānctiō
noun
a consecration

sanctitas
sānctitās
noun
inviolability

sanctitudo
sānctitūdō
noun
sacredness

sanctor
sānctor
noun
an establisher

sanctus
sānctus
adjective
consecrated

Sancus
Sancus
noun
a deity of the Sabines worshipped at Rome

sandalium
sandalium
noun
a slipper

sandapila
sandapila
noun
a cheap coffin

sandyx
sandȳx
noun
a bright red

sane
sānē
adverb
soberly

Sangualis
Sanguālis
adjective
sacred to Sancus

sanguen
sanguen
noun
blood

sanguinans
sanguināns
adjective
bloodthirsty

sanguinarius
sanguinārius
adjective
bloodthirsty

sanguineus
sanguineus
adjective
of blood

sanguinolentus
sanguinolentus
adjective
full of blood

sanguis
sanguis
noun
blood

sanguis
sanguīs
noun
blood

Sangus
Sangus
noun
a deity of the Sabines worshipped at Rome

sanies
saniēs
noun
diseased blood

sanitas
sānitās
noun
soundness of body

sanna
sanna
noun
a mimicking grimace

sannio
sanniō
noun
one who mimics in mockery

sano
sānō
verb
to make sound

Sanqualis
Sanquālis
adjective
sacred to Sancus

sanus
sānus
adjective
sound

sapa
sapa
noun
must

sapiens
sapiēns
adjective
wise

sapienter
sapienter
adverb
sensibly

sapientia
sapientia
noun
good taste

sapientipotens
sapientipotēns
adjective
mighty in wisdom

sapio
sapiō
verb
to taste of

sapor
sapor
noun
a taste

sarcina
sarcina
noun
[only poet. in sing.] a package

sarcinarius
sarcinārius
adjective
of burdens

sarcinula
sarcinula
noun
a little pack

sarcio
sarciō
verb
to patch

sarcophagus
sarcophagus
adjective
flesh-devouring

sarculum
sarculum
noun
a light hoe

sardonyx
sardonyx
noun
a precious stone

sargus
sargus
noun
a bream (a sea-fish)

sarisa
sarīsa
noun
a long Macedonian lance

sarisophoros
sarīsophoros
noun
a Macedonian lancer

sarissa
sarīssa
noun
a long Macedonian lance

sarissophoros
sarīssophoros
noun
a Macedonian lancer

sarmentum
sarmentum
noun
a twig

sarracum
sarrācum
noun
a heavy wagon

sarracum
sarrācum
cross-reference

Sarranus
Sarrānus
adjective
of Sarra (an old name of Tyre)

sartago
sartāgō
noun
a frying-pan

sartus
sartus
adjective
[only in phrases with tectus] mended

sat
sat
adjective
enough

sat
sat
adverb
enough

sata
sata
noun
a daughter

sat agito
sat agitō
cross-reference

sat ago
sat agō
cross-reference

satelles
satelles
noun
an attendant

satias
satiās
noun
a sufficiency

satietas
satietās
noun
a sufficiency

satin
satin
adjective
[satis ne] is it enough? is it sufficient?

satine
satine
adjective
[satis ne] is it enough? is it sufficient?

satio
satiō
verb
to fill

satio
satiō
noun
a sowing

satior
satior
adjective
more satisfying

satira
satira
noun
lanx

satis
satis
adverb
enough

satis
satis
adjective
enough

satisdatio
satisdatiō
noun
a giving of bail

satisdato
satisdatō
adverb
under a sufficient security

satisfacio
satisfaciō
verb
to give satisfaction

satisfactio
satisfactiō
noun
an excuse

sator
sator
noun
a sower

satrapea
satrapēa
noun
the office of a satrap

satrapea
satrapēa
cross-reference

satrapia
satrapīa
noun
the office of a satrap

satum
satum
noun
standing corn

satur
satur
adjective
full

satura
satura
noun
lanx

saturatus
saturātus
participle
p. of saturo

Satureianus
Saturēiānus
adjective
of Satureia (in Appulia)

satureium
saturēium
noun
a pot herb

saturitas
saturitās
noun
fulness

Saturnalium
Sāturnālium
noun
[sc. festa] the festival of the Saturnalia (beginning Dec. 17)

Saturnius
Sāturnius
adjective
of Saturn

Saturnus
Sāturnus
noun
Saturn

saturo
saturō
verb
to fill

satus
satus
noun
a sowing

satus
satus
noun
a son

satus
satus
adjective
sprung from

satyrus
satyrus
noun
a Satyr

sauciatio
sauciātiō
noun
a wounding

saucio
sauciō
verb
to wound

saucius
saucius
adjective
wounded

savior
sāvior
verb
to kiss

saviolum
sāviolum
noun
a little kiss

savium
sāvium
noun
a love kiss

saxatilis
saxātilis
noun
a fish that frequents rocks

saxetum
saxētum
noun
a rocky place

saxeus
saxeus
adjective
of rock

saxificus
saxificus
adjective
turning into stone

saxifragus
saxifragus
adjective
stonebreaking

saxosus
saxōsus
adjective
full of rocks

saxulum
saxulum
noun
a little rock

saxum
saxum
noun
a large stone

scabellum
scabellum
noun
a footstool

scaber
scaber
adjective
rough

scabies
scabiēs
noun
a roughness

scabillum
scabillum
noun
a footstool

scabo
scabō
verb
to scratch

scaena
scaena
noun
[in a theatre] the stage

scaenicus
scaenicus
adjective
of the stage

Scaeus
Scaeus
adjective
Scaean

scala
scāla
noun
a flight of steps

scalmus
scalmus
noun
a peg to hold an oar

scalpellum
scalpellum
noun
in surgery

scalpo
scalpō
verb
to scratch

scalprum
scalprum
noun
a sharp cutting instrument

scammonea
scammōnea
noun
scammony

scamnum
scamnum
noun
a bench

scando
scandō
verb
to rise

scapha
scapha
noun
a light boat

scaphium
scaphium
noun
a boat-shaped drinking-vessel

scapium
scapium
noun
a boat-shaped drinking-vessel

scapula
scapula
noun
the shoulder-blades

scarus
scarus
noun
a sea-fish

scatebra
scatebra
noun
a bubbling

scatens
scatēns
adjective
bubbling

scato
scatō
verb
to bubble

scaturigino
scatūrīginō
noun
bubbling water

scaturigo
scatūrīgō
noun
bubbling water

scaurus
scaurus
adjective
with swollen ankles

scelerate
scelerātē
adverb
impiously

sceleratus
scelerātus
adjective
polluted

scelero
scelerō
verb
to pollute

scelerosus
scelerōsus
adjective
full of wickedness

sceleste
scelestē
adverb
wickedly

scelestus
scelestus
adjective
impious

scelus
scelus
noun
a wicked deed

scena
scēna
cross-reference

scena
scēna
noun
[in a theatre] the stage

scenicus
scēnicus
cross-reference

scenicus
scēnicus
adjective
of the stage

sceptrifer
scēptrifer
adjective
sceptre-bearing

sceptrum
scēptrum
noun
a royal staff

sceptuchus
scēptūchus
noun
a sceptrebearer

scheda
scheda
cross-reference

scheda
scheda
noun
a strip of papyrus bark

schoenobates
schoenobatēs
noun
a ropedancer

schola
schola
noun
an intermission of work

scholasticus
scholasticus
adjective
of a school

scida
scīda
noun
a strip of papyrus bark

sciens
sciēns
adjective
knowing

scienter
scienter
adverb
knowingly

scientia
scientia
noun
a knowing

scilicet
scīlicet
adverb
[with acc. and inf] you may know you may be sure it is certain it is obvious [old]

scilla
scilla
cross-reference

scilla
scilla
cross-reference
a small shell-fish

scindo
scindō
verb
to cut

scin for scisne
scīn for scisne
cross-reference

scintilla
scintilla
noun
a spark

scintillo
scintillō
verb
to sparkle

scio
sciō
verb
to know

scipio
scīpiō
noun
a staff

scirpea
scirpea
noun
a wagonbody of basket work

scirpeus
scirpeus
adjective
of rushes

scirpiculus
scirpiculus
noun
a rush-basket

scirpus
scirpus
noun
a rush

sciscitor
scīscitor
verb
to inform oneself

scisco
scīscō
verb
[of the people] to accept

scissus
scissus
adjective
rent

scite
scītē
adverb
shrewdly

scitor
scītor
verb
to seek to know

scitum
scītum
noun
of the Roman people

scitus
scītus
noun
a decreeing

scitus
scītus
adjective
[of things] fit

scobis
scobis
noun
sawdust

scola
scola
noun
an intermission of work

scomber
scomber
noun
a mackerel

scopa
scōpa
noun
twigs

scopulosus
scopulōsus
adjective
full of rocks

scopulus
scopulus
noun
a projecting point of rock

scorpio
scorpiō
noun
a scorpion

scorpios
scorpios
noun
a scorpion

scorpius
scorpius
noun
a scorpion

scortator
scortātor
noun
a fornicator

scorteus
scorteus
adjective
[of hides] leather

scortillum
scortillum
noun
a little harlot

scortor
scortor
verb
to associate with harlots

scortum
scortum
noun
a harlot

screatus
screātus
noun
a hawking

scriba
scrība
noun
a public writer

scribo
scrībō
verb
to scratch

scrinium
scrīnium
noun
a case

scriptio
scrīptiō
noun
a writing

scriptito
scrīptitō
verb
to write often

scriptor
scrīptor
noun
one who writes

scriptulum
scrīptulum
noun
little lines (on a draught-board)

scriptum
scrīptum
noun
something drawn

scriptura
scrīptūra
noun
a writing

scriptus
scrīptus
noun
the office of a scribe

scriptus
scrīptus
participle
p. of scribo

scripulum
scrīpulum
noun
the smallest measure of weight

scripulus
scrīpulus
noun
a sharp bit of stone

scrobis
scrobis
noun
a ditch

scrofa
scrōfa
noun
a breeding-sow

scrupeus
scrūpeus
adjective
of pointed stones

scrupulosus
scrūpulōsus
adjective
full of sharp stones

scrupulum
scrūpulum
noun
the smallest measure of weight

scrupulus
scrūpulus
noun
a sharp bit of stone

scrupus
scrūpus
noun
a sharp stone

scrutor
scrūtor
verb
to ransack

scrutum
scrūtum
noun
broken stuff

sculpo
sculpō
verb
to carve

sculptilis
sculptilis
adjective
formed by carving

sculptus
sculptus
participle
p. of sculpo

scurra
scurra
noun
an idler

scurrilis
scurrīlis
adjective
buffoon-like

scurrilitas
scurrīlitās
noun
buffoonery

scurror
scurror
verb
to act the jester

scutale
scūtāle
noun
a thong

scutatus
scūtātus
adjective
armed with a long shield

scutella
scutella
noun
a small flat dish

scutica
scutica
noun
a lash

scutula
scutula
noun
a wooden roller

scutula
scutula
noun
a diamond-shaped figure

scutulatum
scutulātum
noun
checked clothing

scutulum
scūtulum
noun
a small shield

scutum
scūtum
noun
a shield

Scyllaeus
Scyllaeus
adjective
of Scylla (a promontory at the entrance of the Sicilian straits)

scyphus
scyphus
noun
a cup

scytula
scytula
noun
a wooden roller

se
preposition
by itself from

se
cross-reference
acc. and abl. of sui

se
cross-reference

se
cross-reference

seb
seb
noun
tallow

sebum
sēbum
cross-reference

secedo
sēcēdō
verb
to go apart

secerno
sēcernō
verb
to put apart

secessio
sēcessiō
noun
a going aside

secessus
sēcessus
noun
a separation

secius
sēcius
adverb
less

secludo
sēclūdō
verb
to shut off

seclum
sēclum
noun
a race

seclusus
sēclūsus
adjective
sundered

seco
secō
verb
to cut

secretio
sēcrētiō
noun
a dividing

secreto
sēcrētō
adverb
separately

secretum
sēcrētum
noun
a hidden thing

secretus
sēcrētus
adjective
severed

secta
secta
noun
a beaten way

sectator
sectātor
noun
a follower

sectilis
sectilis
adjective
cut

sectio
sectiō
noun
a cutting up

sector
sector
verb
to follow eagerly

sector
sector
noun
one who cuts

sectura
sectūra
noun
a cutting

sectus
sectus
participle
p. of seco

secubitus
sēcubitus
noun
a lying apart

secubo
sēcubō
verb
to lie apart

secularis
sēculāris
cross-reference

seculum
sēculum
noun
a race

seculum
sēculum
cross-reference

secum
sēcum
cross-reference

secundani
secundānī
noun
prop. adj.

secundarius
secundārius
adjective
of the second class

secundo
secundō
adverb
secondly

secundo
secundō
verb
to favor

secundum
secundum
cross-reference
in space

secundus
secundus
adjective
[in time or order] following

securifer
secūrifer
adjective
axe-bearing

securiger
secūriger
adjective
axe-bearing

securis
secūris
noun
an axe

securitas
sēcūritās
noun
freedom from anxiety

securus
sēcūrus
adjective
[people] free from care

secus
secus
noun
a sex

secus
secus
adverb
otherwise

secutor
secūtor
noun
a follower

sed
sēd
preposition
by itself from

sed
sed
conjunction
but

sedate
sēdātē
adverb
calmly

sedatio
sēdātiō
noun
a quieting

sedatus
sēdātus
adjective
calm

sedecula
sēdēcula
noun
a little seat

sedeo
sedeō
verb
to sit

sedes
sēdēs
noun
a seat

sedile
sedīle
noun
that may be sat on

seditio
sēditiō
noun
a going aside

seditiose
sēditiōsē
adverb
seditiously

seditiosus
sēditiōsus
adjective
full of discord

sedo
sēdō
verb
to bring to rest

seduco
sēdūcō
verb
to lead aside

seductio
sēductiō
noun
a leading aside

seductus
sēductus
adjective
remote

sedulitas
sēdulitās
noun
assiduity

sedulo
sēdulō
adverb
busily

sedulus
sēdulus
adjective
persistent

seges
seges
noun
a cornfield

segmentatus
sēgmentātus
adjective
trimmed with purple

segmentum
sēgmentum
noun
a cutting (late)

segne
sēgnē
adverb
slowly

segnipes
sēgnipēs
adjective
slow of foot

segnis
sēgnis
adjective
slow

segnitas
sēgnitās
noun
sloth

segniter
sēgniter
adverb
slowly

segnitia
sēgnitia
noun
slowness

segnities
sēgnitiēs
noun
slowness

segrego
sēgregō
verb
to separate from the flock

seiugatus
sēiugātus
participle
p. of seiugo

seiugis
sēiugis
noun
a team of six horses

seiugo
sēiugō
verb
to disjoin

seiunctim
sēiūnctim
adverb
separately

seiunctio
sēiūnctiō
noun
[in rhetoric] a disjunction

seiungo
sēiungō
verb
to disunite

selectio
sēlēctiō
noun
a choosing out

selectus
sēlēctus
participle
p. of seligo

selibra
sēlībra
noun
a half-pound

seligo
sēligō
verb
to single out

sella
sella
noun
a seat

sellarius
sellārius
noun
one that practises lewdness

sellisternium
sellisternium
noun
religious banquets offered to goddesses

sellula
sellula
noun
a little sedan chair

sellularius
sellulārius
noun
a mechanic who works at a stool

semel
semel
adverb
once

semen
sēmen
noun
[of plants] seed

semenstris
sēmēnstris
adjective
half-yearly

sementinus
sēmentīnus
adjective
of sowing time

sementis
sēmentis
noun
a seeding

sementivus
sēmentīvus
adjective
of seed

semermis
sēmermis
cross-reference

semestris
sēmēstris
cross-reference

semestris
sēmēstris
adjective
half-yearly

semet
sēmet
cross-reference

semhomo
sēmhomō
noun
a half-man

semi
sēmi
preposition
[only in composition] half-

semiadapertus
sēmiadapertus
adjective
halfopen

semiapertus
sēmiapertus
adjective
half-open

semibos
sēmibōs
noun
a half-ox

semicaper
sēmicaper
noun
half-goat

semicrematus
sēmicremātus
adjective
half-burned

semicremus
sēmicremus
adjective
half-burned

semicubitalis
sēmicubitālis
adjective
a half-cubit long

semideus
sēmideus
adjective
half-divine

semidoctus
sēmidoctus
adjective
half-taught

semifactus
sēmifactus
adjective
half-finished

semifer
sēmifer
adjective
halfbestial

semigermanus
sēmigermānus
adjective
half-German

semigravis
sēmigravis
adjective
half-overcome

semigro
sēmigrō
verb
to go away

semihians
sēmihiāns
adjective
half-open

semihomo
sēmihomō
noun
a half-man

semihora
sēmihōra
noun
a half-hour

semilacer
sēmilacer
adjective
half-mangled

semilautus
sēmilautus
adjective
half-washed

semiliber
sēmilīber
adjective
half-free

semilixa
sēmilixa
noun
half a sutler

semimas
sēmimās
noun
a half-male

semimortuus
sēmimortuus
adjective
half-dead

seminarium
sēminārium
noun
a nursery

seminator
sēminātor
noun
an originator

seminex
sēminēx
adjective
half-dead

semino
sēminō
verb
to sow

seminudus
sēminūdus
adjective
half-naked

semiplenus
sēmiplēnus
adjective
half-manned

semiputatus
sēmiputātus
adjective
half-pruned

Semiramis
Semīramis
noun
a queen of Assyria

semirasus
sēmirāsus
adjective
half-shaven

semireductus
sēmireductus
adjective
half bent back

semirefectus
sēmirefectus
adjective
half-repaired

semirutus
sēmirutus
adjective
half-razed

semis
sēmis
noun
a half-unit

semisepultus
sēmisepultus
adjective
half-buried

semisomnus
sēmisomnus
adjective
halfasleep

semissis
sēmissis
cross-reference
gen. of semis

semisupinus
sēmisupīnus
adjective
half bent backwards

semita
sēmita
noun
a narrow way

semitarius
semitārius
adjective
fond of by-ways

semiustilatus
sēmiūstilātus
adjective
half-burned

semiustilatustulatus
sēmiūstilātūstulātus
adjective
half-burned

semiustus
sēmiūstus
adjective
half-burned

semivir
sēmivir
noun
a half-man

semivivus
sēmivīvus
adjective
half-alive

semodius
sēmodius
noun
a half-peck

semotus
sēmōtus
adjective
remote

semoveo
sēmoveō
verb
to move apart

semper
semper
adverb
ever

sempiternus
sempiternus
adjective
everlasting

semuncia
sēmūncia
noun
a half-ounce

semunciarius
sēmūnciārius
adjective
amounting to a half-ounce

semust
sēmūst
cross-reference

semustilatus
sēmūstilātus
adjective
half-burned

semustus
sēmūstus
adjective
half-burned

senaculum
senāculum
noun
a meeting-place for the Senate

senariolus
sēnāriolus
noun
a little senarius

senarius
sēnārius
adjective
of six each

senator
senātor
noun
a senator

senatorius
senātōrius
adjective
of a senator

senatus
senātus
noun
[in Rome] the council of the elders

senecta
senecta
noun
old age

senectus
senectūs
noun
old age

seneo
seneō
verb
to be old

senesco
senēscō
verb
to grow old

senex
senex
adjective
old

senilis
senīlis
adjective
of an old man

senior
senior
adjective
older

senium
senium
noun
old age

sensim
sēnsim
adverb
just perceptibly

sensum
sēnsum
noun
[plural] perceptions

sensus
sēnsus
noun
a perceiving

sensus
sēnsus
participle
p. of sentio

sententia
sententia
noun
a way of thinking

sententiola
sententiola
noun
a short sentence

sententiose
sententiōsē
adverb
full of meaning

sententiosus
sententiōsus
adjective
full of meaning

sentina
sentīna
noun
bilge-water

sentio
sentiō
verb
to discern by sense

sentis
sentis
noun
thorns

sentus
sentus
adjective
thorny

senus
sēnus
adjective
six each

seorsum
seorsum
adverb
separately

seorsus
seorsus
adverb
separately

separabilis
sēparābilis
adjective
that may be separated

separate
sēparātē
adverb
separately

separatim
sēparātim
adverb
asunder

separatio
sēparātiō
noun
a sundering

separatus
sēparātus
adjective
separated

separo
sēparō
verb
to disjoin

sepelio
sepeliō
verb
to bury

sepes
sēpes
cross-reference

sepia
sēpia
noun
the cuttle-fish

sepimentum
sēpīmentum
noun
a hedge

sepio
sēpiō
verb
to surround with a hedge

sepono
sēpōnō
verb
to lay apart

sepositus
sēpositus
adjective
distant

sepse
sēpse
cross-reference

septem
septem
adjective
seven

September
September
noun
of seven

septemdecem
septemdecem
adjective
seventeen

septemdecim
septemdecim
adjective
seventeen

septemfluus
septemfluus
adjective
sevenfoldflowing

septemgeminus
septemgeminus
adjective
sevenfold

septemplex
septemplex
adjective
sevenfold

septemtrio
septemtriō
noun
[plural] the seven stars of the Wagon

septemtrionalis
septemtriōnālis
adjective
of the north

septemvir
septemvir
noun
one of a board of seven

septemviralis
septemvirālis
adjective
of the septemvirs

septemviratus
septemvirātus
noun
the office of a septemvir

septemviri
septemvirī
cross-reference

septenarius
septēnārius
adjective
containing seven

septendecem
septendecem
adjective
seventeen

septendecim
septendecim
cross-reference

septentrio
septentriō
cross-reference

septentrio
septentriō
noun
[plural] the seven stars of the Wagon

septentrionalis
septentriōnālis
cross-reference

septentrionalis
septentriōnālis
adjective
of the north

septenus
septēnus
adjective
seven each

septiens
septiēns
adjective
seven times

septies
septiēs
adjective
seven times

septimani
septimānī
noun
soldiers of the seventh legion

septimum
septimum
adverb
for the seventh time

septimus
septimus
adjective
the seventh

septingentesimus
septingentēsimus
adjective
the seven hundredth

septiremis
septirēmis
adjective
with seven banks of oars

septuagesimus
septuāgēsimus
adjective
the seventieth

septuaginta
septuāgintā
adjective
seventy

septum
sēptum
noun
a fence

septum
sēptum
cross-reference

septumus
septumus
adjective
the seventh

septunx
septūnx
noun
seven twelfths

sepulchralis
sepulchrālis
adjective
of a tomb

sepulchrum
sepulchrum
noun
a place where a corpse is buried

sepulcralis
sepulcrālis
adjective
of a tomb

sepulcretum
sepulcrētum
noun
a burial-place

sepulcrum
sepulcrum
noun
a place where a corpse is buried

sepultura
sepultūra
noun
a burial

sepultus
sepultus
participle
p. of sepelio

sequax
sequāx
adjective
following

sequens
sequēns
adjective
next

sequester
sequester
adjective
intermediate

sequius
sequius
adjective
[comparative of secus] very differently

sequor
sequor
verb
to follow

sequutor
sequūtor
noun
a follower

sera
sēra
adverb
late

sera
sera
noun
a bar

Serapeum
Serapeum
noun
a temple of Serapis

Serapeum
Serāpēum
noun
a temple of Serapis

Serapicus
Serāpicus
adjective
of or belonging to Serapis

Serapis
Serāpis
noun
a chief divinity of the Egyptians

serenitas
serēnitās
noun
clearness

sereno
serēnō
verb
to make clear

serenus
serēnus
adjective
clear

seria
sēria
noun
a cylindrical earthen vessel

Sericus
Sēricus
adjective
of the Seres

series
seriēs
noun
a row

serio
sēriō
adverb
in earnest

serius
sērius
adverb
too late

serius
sērius
adjective
[only of things] grave

sermo
sermō
noun
continued speech

sermocinor
sermōcinor
verb
to talk

sermunculus
sermunculus
noun
common talk

sero
sērō
adverb
late

sero
serō
verb
to sow

sero
serō
verb
to bind together

serpens
serpēns
noun
a creeping thing

serpentigena
serpentigena
noun
serpent-born

serpentipes
serpentipēs
noun
serpentfooted

serperastrum
serperastrum
noun
knee-splints

serpillum
serpillum
cross-reference

serpirastrum
serpirastrum
noun
knee-splints

serpo
serpō
verb
to creep

serpullum
serpullum
noun
thyme

serra
serra
noun
a saw

serracum
serrācum
noun
a heavy wagon

serratus
serrātus
adjective
serrated

serrula
serrula
noun
a small saw

serta
serta
noun
wreaths of flowers

sertum
sertum
noun
wreaths of flowers

sertus
sertus
participle
p. of 2 sero

serum
serum
noun
the watery part of curdled milk

serum
sērum
adverb
late at night

serus
sērus
adjective
[as subst] a late time

serva
serva
noun
a female slave

servabilis
servābilis
adjective
to be rescued

servans
servāns
adjective
keeping

servator
servātor
noun
a preserver

servatrix
servātrīx
noun
she that preserves

servilis
servīlis
adjective
of a slave

serviliter
servīliter
adverb
like a slave

servio
serviō
verb
to be a servant

servitium
servitium
noun
the condition of a slave

servitus
servitūs
noun
the condition of a servant

servo
servō
verb
to make safe

servola
servola
noun
a young female servant

servolus
servolus
noun
a young slave

servos
servos
noun
a slave

servos
servos
adjective
slavish

servula
servula
noun
a young female servant

servulus
servulus
noun
a young slave

servus
servus
adjective
slavish

servus
servus
noun
a slave

sescenaris
sēscēnāris
adjective
of one and a half years

sesceni
sēscēnī
adjective
six hundred each

sescentesimus
sēscentēsimus
adjective
the six hundredth

sescenti
sēscentī
adjective
six hundred

sescentiens
sēscentiēns
adverb
six hundred times

sescenties
sēscentiēs
cross-reference

sese
sēsē
cross-reference
acc. and abl. of sui

seselis
seselis
noun
meadow saxifrage

sesqui
sēsqui
adverb
one half

sesquialter
sēsquialter
adjective
once and a half

sesquimodius
sēsquimodius
noun
a peck and a half

sesquioctavus
sēsquioctāvus
adjective
num

sesquipedalis
sēsquipedālis
adjective
of a foot and a half

sesquiplaga
sēsquiplāga
noun
a blow and a half

sesquiplex
sēsquiplex
adjective
taken one and a half times

sesquitertius
sēsquitertius
adjective
containing one and a third

sessilis
sessilis
adjective
for sitting upon

sessio
sessiō
noun
a sitting

sessito
sessitō
verb
to keep sitting

sessiuncula
sessiuncula
noun
a little group small circle

sessor
sessor
noun
one who sits

sestertius
sēstertius
adjective
two and a half

set
set
cross-reference

set
set
conjunction
but

seta
sēta
cross-reference

seta
sēta
noun
[of beasts] a stiff hair

setiger
sētiger
cross-reference

setius
sētius
adverb
less

setosus
sētōsus
cross-reference

seu
seu
conjunction
or if

seu
seu
cross-reference

severe
sevērē
adverb
gravely

severitas
sevēritās
noun
seriousness

severus
sevērus
adjective
[people] serious

sevoco
sēvocō
verb
to call apart

sevum
sēvum
noun
tallow

sex
sex
adjective
six

sexageni
sexāgēnī
adjective
sixty each

sexagensimus
sexāgēnsimus
adjective
the sixtieth

sexagensumus
sexāgēnsumus
adjective
the sixtieth

sexagesimus
sexāgēsimus
adjective
the sixtieth

sexagiens
sexāgiēns
adverb
sixty times

sexagies
sexāgiēs
adverb
sixty times

sexaginta
sexāgintā
adjective
sixty

sexangulus
sexangulus
adjective
with six angles

sexcenarius
sexcēnārius
adjective
of six hundred

sexceni
sexcēnī
cross-reference

sexceni
sexcēnī
adjective
six hundred each

sexcentesimus
sexcentēsimus
cross-reference

sexcentesimus
sexcentēsimus
adjective
the six hundredth

sexcenti
sexcentī
adjective
six hundred

sexcenti
sexcentī
cross-reference

sexcenties
sexcentiēs
adverb
six hundred times

sexdecim
sexdecim
cross-reference

sexennis
sexennis
adjective
of six years

sexennium
sexennium
noun
a period of six years

sexiens
sexiēns
adverb
six times

sexies
sexiēs
adverb
six times

sex primi
sex prīmī
cross-reference

sextadecimani
sextādecimānī
noun
sexta decima

sextans
sextāns
noun
the sixth

sextarius
sextārius
noun
the sixth part

Sextilis
Sextīlis
adjective
the sixth

sextula
sextula
noun
the sixth part of an uncia

sextum
sextum
adverb
for the sixth time

sextus
sextus
adjective
the sixth

sextus decimus
sextus decimus
cross-reference

sexus
sexus
noun
a sex

si
conjunction
if

sibilo
sībilō
verb
to hiss

sibilum
sībilum
noun
a hissing

sibilus
sībilus
noun
a hissing

sibilus
sībilus
adjective
hissing

Sibylla
Sibylla
noun
a female soothsayer

Sibyllinus
Sibyllīnus
adjective
of a Sibyl

sic
sīc
adverb
[generally] so

sica
sīca
noun
a curved dagger

sicarius
sīcārius
adjective
murderous

sicce
siccē
adverb
dryly

siccine
siccine
adverb
so? thus? in this way?

siccitas
siccitās
noun
dryness

sicco
siccō
verb
to make dry

siccus
siccus
adjective
dry

sice
sīce
adverb
[generally] so

Sicelis
Sīcelis
adjective
Sicilian

sicin
sīcin
adverb
so? thus? in this way?

sicine
sīcine
adverb
so? thus? in this way?

sicubi
sīcubi
adverb
if in any place

sicula
sīcula
noun
a little dagger

sicunde
sīcunde
adverb
if from anywhere

sicut
sīcut
adverb
[with a verb] so as

sicuti
sīcutī
adverb
[with a verb] so as

sidereus
sīdereus
adjective
of the constellations

sido
sīdō
verb
to sit down

Sidonis
Sīdōnis
adjective
Sidonian

Sidonius
Sīdōnius
adjective
of Sidon

sidus
sīdus
noun
a group of stars

siem
siem
cross-reference
subj praes. of sum

sigillatus
sigillātus
adjective
embossed in figures

sigillum
sigillum
noun
small statues

signator
sīgnātor
noun
one who attests

signatus
sīgnātus
participle
p. of signo

signifer
sīgnifer
adjective
sign-bearing

significanter
sīgnificanter
adverb
clearly

significatio
sīgnificātiō
noun
a pointing out

significo
sīgnificō
verb
to make signs

signo
sīgnō
verb
to set a mark upon

signum
sīgnum
noun
a mark

silendum
silendum
noun
things not to be spoken

silens
silēns
adjective
still

silentium
silentium
noun
a being still

Silenus
Sīlēnus
noun
the snub-nosed and drunken tutor of Bacchus

sileo
sileō
verb
to be noiseless

siler
sīler
noun
a brook-willow

silesco
silēscō
verb
to become still

silex
silex
noun
a hard stone

silicernium
silicernium
noun
a funeral feast

siligo
silīgō
noun
winter-wheat

siliqua
siliqua
noun
of leguminous plants

sillybus
sillybus
noun
see sittybos

silurus
silūrus
noun
the sheat-fish

silus
silus
adjective
pug-nosed

silva
silva
noun
a wood

Silvanus
Silvānus
noun
a god of woods and plantations

silvesco
silvēscō
verb
to grow wild

silvestris
silvestris
adjective
of a wood

silvicola
silvicola
noun
inhabiting woods

silvicultrix
silvicultrīx
noun
living in the woods

silvosus
silvōsus
adjective
full of woods

simia
sīmia
noun
an ape

simile
simile
noun
a comparison

similis
similis
adjective
like

similiter
similiter
adverb
in like manner

similitudo
similitūdō
noun
likeness

similo
similō
cross-reference

simiolus
sīmiolus
noun
a little ape

simius
sīmius
noun
an ape

simplex
simplex
adjective
simple

simplicitas
simplicitās
noun
simplicity

simpliciter
simpliciter
adverb
simply

simplum
simplum
noun
that which is single

simpulum
simpulum
noun
a small ladle for use in sacrifices

simpuvium
simpuvium
noun
a vessel for offering liquids

simul
simul
adverb
at the same time

simulac
simulac
adverb
as soon as

simulacrum
simulācrum
noun
a likeness

simulamen
simulāmen
noun
a copy

simulans
simulāns
adjective
imitative

simulate
simulātē
adverb
feignedly

simulatio
simulātiō
noun
an assumption

simulator
simulātor
noun
a copier

simulatque
simulatque
adverb
as soon as

simulo
simulō
verb
to make like

simultas
simultās
noun
a hostile encounter

simus
sīmus
adjective
flat-nosed

sin
sīn
conjunction
if however

sincere
sincērē
adverb
uprightly

sinceritas
sincēritās
noun
purity

sincerus
sincērus
adjective
clean

sinciput
sīnciput
noun
a half head

sine
sine
preposition
without

singillatim
singillātim
adverb
one by one

singularis
singulāris
adjective
one by one

singulariter
singulāriter
adverb
particularly

singulatim
singulātim
adverb
one by one

singulatim
singulātim
adverb
see singillatim

singultim
singultim
adverb
sobbingly

singulto
singultō
verb
to hiccup

singultus
singultus
noun
a sobbing

singulus
singulus
adjective
one at a time

sinister
sinister
adjective
left

sinistra
sinistra
noun
[see sinister]

sinistre
sinistrē
adverb
badly

sinistrorsum
sinistrōrsum
adverb
towards the left side

sinistrorsus
sinistrōrsus
adverb
towards the left side

sino
sinō
verb
to let down

sinuatus
sinuātus
participle
p. of sinuo

sinum
sīnum
noun
a large vessel of earthenware

sinuo
sinuō
verb
to bend

sinuosus
sinuōsus
adjective
full of curves

sinus
sinus
noun
a bent surface

siparium
sīparium
noun
in a theatre

sipho
sīphō
noun
a siphon

siquando
sīquandō
adverb
if ever

si quando
sī quandō
adverb
if ever

si qui
sī quī
pronoun

siquidem
sīquidem
conjunction
if only

siquidem
siquidem
conjunction
if only

siquis
sīquis
pronoun

si quis
sī quis
pronoun

Siren
Sīrēn
noun
a Siren

siris
sīris
cross-reference
subj perf. of sino

sirit
sīrit
cross-reference
subj perf. of sino

Sirius
Sīrius
adjective
of Sirius

Sirius
Sīrius
noun
the dog-star

sirpea
sirpea
noun
a wagonbody of basket work

sirpeus
sirpeus
adjective
of rushes

sirpus
sirpus
noun
a rush

sirus
sīrus
noun
a pit for storing grain

sis
sīs
cross-reference
subj. of sum

sis
sīs
cross-reference

siser
siser
noun
a plant with an esculent root

sisto
sistō
verb
to cause to stand

sistrum
sīstrum
noun
a brazen rattle

sisymbrium
sisymbrium
noun
wild-thyme (consecrated to Venus)

Sisyphius
Sīsyphius
adjective
of Sisyphus (son of Aeolus)

sitella
sitella
noun
an urn for lots (with a narrow neck

siticulosus
sitīculōsus
adjective
dry

sitiens
sitiēns
adjective
thirsting

sitienter
sitienter
adverb
thirstily

sitio
sitiō
verb
to thirst

sitis
sitis
noun
thirst

Sittianus
Sittiānus
adjective
of a Sittius

sittybos
sittybos
noun
a title

sittybus
sittybus
noun
a title

situs
situs
adjective
placed

situs
situs
noun
a situation

sive
sīve
conjunction
or if

smaragdus
smaragdus
noun
a green precious stone

smaris
smaris
noun
a small sea-fish

smilax
smīlax
noun
bindweed

Smintheus
Smintheus
noun
the Sminthean

soboles
sobolēs
cross-reference

sobolesco
sobolēscō
cross-reference

sobrie
sōbriē
adverb
moderately

sobrinus
sōbrīnus
noun
a cousin by the mother's side

sobrius
sōbrius
adjective
not drunk

soccus
soccus
noun
a low-heeled shoe

socer
socer
noun
a father-in-law

socia
socia
noun
a sharer

sociabilis
sociābilis
adjective
to be joined together

socialis
sociālis
adjective
of companionship

socialiter
sociāliter
adverb
accommodatingly

societas
societās
noun
fellowship

socio
sociō
verb
to join together

socius
socius
adjective
sharing

socius
socius
noun
(gen plur. sociu_m)

socordia
sōcordia
noun
dulness

socorditer
sōcorditer
adverb
negligently

socors
sōcors
adjective
without spirit

socrus
socrus
noun
[masc.] a fatherin-law [old]

sodalicius
sodālicius
adjective
of a sodalis

sodalis
sodālis
adjective
of companions

sodalitas
sodālitās
noun
association

sodes
sōdēs
adverb
if you will

sol
sōl
noun
the sun

solacium
sōlācium
noun
a soothing

solamen
sōlāmen
noun
a comfort

solaris
sōlāris
adjective
of the sun

solarium
sōlārium
noun
a sun-dial

solati
sōlāti
cross-reference

solatium
sōlātium
noun
a soothing

solator
sōlātor
noun
a comforter

soldurii
soldūriī
noun
retainers

soldus
soldus
cross-reference

solea
solea
noun
a sole

soleatus
soleātus
adjective
wearing sandals

solemnis
sōlemnis
adjective
annual

solennis
sōlennis
adjective
annual

soleo
soleō
verb
to use

solicito
sōlicitō
verb
to disturb

solide
solidē
adverb
surely

soliditas
soliditās
noun
solidness

solido
solidō
verb
to make firm

solidus
solidus
adjective
undivided

soliferreum
sōliferreum
noun
a missile of iron

solistimus
solistimus
adjective
most perfect

solitarius
sōlitārius
adjective
alone

solitudo
sōlitūdō
noun
a being alone

solitum
solitum
noun
the customary

solitus
solitus
adjective
wonted

solium
solium
noun
a seat

solivagus
sōlivagus
adjective
wandering in solitude

sollemne
sollemne
noun
a religious rite

sollemnis
sollemnis
adjective
annual

sollemniter
sollemniter
adverb
religiously

sollempnis
sollempnis
adjective
annual

sollennis
sollennis
adjective
annual

sollers
sollers
adjective
skilled

sollerter
sollerter
adverb
skilfully

sollertia
sollertia
noun
skill

sollicitatio
sollicitātiō
noun
a vexing

sollicito
sollicitō
verb
to disturb

sollicitudo
sollicitūdō
noun
uneasiness of mind

sollicitus
sollicitus
adjective
thoroughly moved

solliferreum
solliferreum
noun
a missile of iron

sollistimus
sollistimus
adjective
most perfect

sollistimus
sollistimus
cross-reference

solor
sōlor
verb
to comfort

soloecismus
soloecismus
noun
a grammatical error

solstitialis
sōlstitiālis
adjective
of the summer solstice

solstitium
sōlstitium
noun
a standing still of the sun

solum
sōlum
adverb
[never with numerals except unus] alone

solum
solum
noun
the lowest part

solus
sōlus
adjective
alone

solute
solūtē
adverb
without constraint

solutio
solūtiō
noun
a loosing

solutus
solūtus
adjective
unbound

solvo
solvō
verb
to loosen

somniculosus
somnīculōsus
adjective
inclined to sleep

somnifer
somnifer
adjective
sleep-bringing

somnio
somniō
verb
to dream

somnium
somnium
noun
a dream

somnus
somnus
noun
sleep

sonabilis
sonābilis
adjective
sounding

sonans
sonāns
adjective
sounding

sonipes
sonipēs
adjective
with sounding feet

sonitus
sonitus
noun
a noise

sonivius
sonivius
adjective
noisy

sono
sonō
verb
to make a noise

sonor
sonor
noun
a noise

sonorus
sonōrus
adjective
noisy

sons
sōns
adjective
guilty

sonticus
sonticus
adjective
serious

sonupes
sonupēs
cross-reference

sonupes
sonupēs
adjective
with sounding feet

sonus
sonus
noun
a noise

sophistes
sophistēs
noun
a sophist

sophus
sophus
adjective
wise

sopio
sōpiō
verb
to deprive of sense

sopor
sopor
noun
a deep sleep

soporatus
sopōrātus
adjective
laid to sleep

soporifer
sopōrifer
adjective
inducing sleep

soporus
sopōrus
adjective
of sleep

sorbeo
sorbeō
verb
to sup up

sorbillo
sorbillō
verb
to sip

sorbilo
sorbilō
verb
to sip

sorbitio
sorbitiō
noun
a dainty drink

sorbum
sorbum
noun
a sorb-apple

sordeo
sordeō
verb
to be dirty

sordes
sordēs
noun
dirt

sordesco
sordēscō
verb
to become dirty

sordidatus
sordidātus
adjective
in dirty clothes

sordide
sordidē
adverb
meanly

sordidulus
sordidulus
adjective
soiled

sordidus
sordidus
adjective
dirty

sorex
sōrex
noun
a shrew-mouse

sorites
sōrītēs
noun
a logical chain

soror
soror
noun
a sister

sororicida
sorōricīda
noun
a sisterslayer

sororius
sorōrius
adjective
of a sister

sors
sors
noun
a lot

sortilegus
sortilegus
adjective
foretelling

sortior
sortior
verb
to cast lots

sortitio
sortītiō
noun
a casting of lots

sortito
sortītō
adverb
by lot

sortitor
sortītor
noun
a distributor by lot

sortitus
sortītus
noun
a casting of lots

sortitus
sortītus
participle
p. of sortior

sospes
sōspes
adjective
saved

Sospita
Sōspita
noun
she who saves

sospito
sōspitō
verb
to save

soter
sōtēr
noun
a savior

spadix
spādīx
adjective
date-brown

spado
spadō
noun
an impotent person

spargo
spargō
verb
to strew

sparton
sparton
noun
spanish broom

spartum
spartum
noun
spanish broom

sparulus
sparulus
noun
a bream

sparus
sparus
noun
a small spear with a barbed head

spatha
spatha
noun
a broad sword with a double edge

spatior
spatior
verb
to spread abroad

spatiose
spatiōsē
adverb
widely

spatiosus
spatiōsus
adjective
roomy

spatium
spatium
noun
a space

species
speciēs
noun
a sight

specillum
specillum
noun
in surgery

specimen
specimen
noun
a means of knowing

speciose
speciōsē
adverb
showily

speciosus
speciōsus
adjective
good-looking

spectabilis
spectābilis
adjective
that may be seen

spectaclum
spectāclum
noun
a place from which shows are witnessed

spectaculum
spectāculum
noun
a place from which shows are witnessed

spectatio
spectātiō
noun
a beholding

spectator
spectātor
noun
an onlooker

spectatrix
spectātrīx
noun
a looker-on

spectatus
spectātus
adjective
tried

spectio
spectiō
noun
the prerogative of observing the auspices

specto
spectō
verb
to look on

spectrum
spectrum
noun
an appearance

specula
spēcula
noun
a slight hope

specula
specula
noun
a look-out

speculabundus
speculābundus
adjective
on the look-out

specularium
speculārium
noun
window panes

speculator
speculātor
noun
a looker-out

speculatorius
speculātōrius
adjective
of spies

speculatrix
speculātrīx
noun
a spy

speculor
speculor
verb
to spy out

speculum
speculum
noun
a reflector

specus
specus
noun
a natural cavity

spelaeum
spēlaeum
noun
a cave

spelunca
spēlunca
noun
a cave

speratus
spērātus
participle
p. of spero

spernendus
spernendus
adjective
contemptible

spernor
spernor
verb
to despise

sperno
spernō
verb
[old] to separate

spero
spērō
verb
to hope

spes
spēs
noun
hope

sphaera
sphaera
noun
a ball

spica
spīca
noun
a point

spiceus
spīceus
adjective
consisting of ears of corn

spiculum
spīculum
noun
a little sharp point

spicum
spīcum
noun
[of a plant] an ear

spina
spīna
noun
a thorn

spinetum
spīnētum
noun
a thorn hedge

spineus
spīneus
adjective
of thorns

spiniger
spīniger
adjective
thorn-bearing

spinosus
spīnōsus
adjective
full of thorns

spintria
spintria
noun
a male prostitute

spinus
spīnus
noun
a blackthorn

spira
spīra
noun
a coil

spirabilis
spīrābilis
adjective
that may be breathed

spiraculum
spīrāculum
noun
a breathing-hole

spiramentum
spīrāmentum
noun
a breathing-hole

spiritus
spīritus
noun
a breathing

spiro
spīrō
verb
to breathe

spissatus
spissātus
adjective
thickened

spisse
spissē
adverb
crowdedly

spissus
spissus
adjective
thick

splendeo
splendeō
verb
to shine

splendesco
splendēscō
verb
to become bright

splendide
splendidē
adverb
brightly

splendidus
splendidus
adjective
bright

splendor
splendor
noun
brightness

spoliatio
spoliātiō
noun
a pillaging

spoliator
spoliātor
noun
a robber

spoliatrix
spoliātrīx
noun
she that robs

spoliatus
spoliātus
adjective
despoiled

spolio
spoliō
verb
to strip

spolium
spolium
noun
[of an animal] the skin

sponda
sponda
noun
a bedstead

spondaeus
spondaeus
cross-reference

spondalium
spondālium
noun
a sacrificial hymn

spondaulium
spondaulium
noun
a sacrificial hymn

spondeo
spondeō
verb
to promise sacredly

spondeus
spondēus
noun
a spondee (foot of two long syllables)

spondius
spondīus
noun
a spondee (foot of two long syllables)

spongea
spongea
noun
a sponge

spongia
spongia
noun
a sponge

spons
spōns
noun
free will

sponsa
spōnsa
noun
a betrothed woman

sponsal
spōnsāl
noun
a betrothal

sponsio
spōnsiō
noun
a solemn promise

sponsor
spōnsor
noun
a bondsman

sponsum
spōnsum
noun
a covenant

sponsus
spōnsus
noun
a betrothed man

sponsus
spōnsus
noun
[only abl sing] a bail

sportella
sportella
noun
a little basket

sportula
sportula
noun
a little basket

spretor
sprētor
noun
a disdainer

spretus
sprētus
participle
p. of sperno

spuma
spūma
noun
foam

spumatus
spūmātus
participle
p. of spumo

spumesco
spūmēscō
verb
to grow frothy

spumeus
spūmeus
adjective
foaming

spumifer
spūmifer
adjective
foam-bearing

spumiger
spūmiger
adjective
foam-bearing

spumo
spūmō
verb
to foam

spumosus
spūmōsus
adjective
full of foam

spuo
spuō
verb
to spit

spurcatus
spurcātus
adjective
filthy

spurce
spurcē
adverb
impurely

spurco
spurcō
verb
to defile

spurcus
spurcus
adjective
unclean

sputatilicus
spūtātilicus
adjective
to be spit upon

sputo
spūtō
verb
to spit

sputum
spūtum
noun
spittle

squaleo
squāleō
verb
to be stiff

squalide
squālidē
adverb
without ornament

squalidus
squālidus
adjective
stiff

squalor
squālor
noun
roughness

squalus
squalus
noun
a sea-fish (al. squatus)

squama
squāma
noun
a scale

squameus
squāmeus
adjective
scaly

squamiger
squāmiger
adjective
scale-bearing

squamosus
squāmōsus
adjective
covered with scales

squatus
squatus
noun
a sea-fish (al. squalus)

squilla
squilla
cross-reference
a small shell-fish

st
st
interjection
interj

stabilimen
stabilīmen
noun
a stay

stabilio
stabiliō
verb
to make firm

stabilis
stabilis
adjective
firm

stabilitas
stabilitās
noun
a standing fast

stabulor
stabulor
verb
to be stabled

stabulo
stabulō
verb
to have an abode

stabulum
stabulum
noun
a standing-place

stadium
stadium
noun
a stade

stagno
stāgnō
verb
of waters in inundation

stagnum
stāgnum
noun
a standing water

stamen
stāmen
noun
in weaving

stamineus
stāmineus
adjective
full of threads

Stata
Stata
noun
a surname of Vesta

statarius
statārius
adjective
standing fast

statera
statēra
noun
a steelyard

statim
statim
adverb
steadily

statio
statiō
noun
a standing

stativus
statīvus
adjective
set

stator
stator
noun
an attendant upon a proconsul in his province

statua
statua
noun
an image

statumen
statūmen
noun
a support

statuo
statuō
verb
to cause to stand

statura
statūra
noun
height

status
status
adjective
set

status
status
noun
a station

statutus
statūtus
participle
p. of statuo

stelio
stēliō
noun
a newt

stella
stella
noun
a star

stellans
stellāns
adjective
starred

stellatus
stellātus
adjective
set with stars

stellifer
stellifer
adjective
star-bearing

stelliger
stelliger
adjective
star-bearing

stellio
stelliō
noun
a newt

stemma
stemma
noun
a garland

stercoro
stercorō
verb
to dung

sterculinum
sterculīnum
noun
a dung-heap

stercus
stercus
noun
dung

sterilis
sterilis
adjective
unfruitful

sterilitas
sterilitās
noun
unfruitfulness

sternax
sternāx
adjective
prostrating

sterno
sternō
verb
to spread out

sternumentum
sternūmentum
noun
a sneezing

sternuo
sternuō
verb
to sneeze

sterquilinum
sterquilīnum
noun
a dung-heap

sterto
stertō
verb
to snore

stigma
stigma
noun
a mark burned in

stigmatias
stigmatiās
noun
one branded (of a slave)

stilicidium
stīlicidium
noun
a trickling liquid

stilla
stīlla
noun
a drop

stillicidium
stīllicidium
noun
a trickling liquid

stillo
stīllō
verb
to make drops

stilus
stilus
noun
a pointed instrument

stimulatio
stimulātiō
noun
an incitement

stimulo
stimulō
verb
to goad

stimulus
stimulus
noun
a prick

stinguo
stinguō
verb
to put out

stipatio
stīpātiō
noun
a crowd

stipator
stīpātor
noun
an attendant

stipatus
stīpātus
participle
p. of stipo

stipendiarius
stīpendiārius
adjective
of tribute

stipendium
stīpendium
noun
a paying of tax

stipes
stīpes
noun
a log

stipo
stīpō
verb
to crowd together

stips
stips
noun
a contribution in money

stipula
stipula
noun
a stalk

stipulatio
stipulātiō
noun
a formal promise

stipulatiuncula
stipulātiuncula
noun
a petty covenant

stipulor
stipulor
verb
to engage

stiria
stīria
noun
a frozen drop

stirpes
stirpēs
noun
[of plants] the lower part of the trunk

stirpis
stirpis
noun
[of plants] the lower part of the trunk

stirpitus
stirpitus
adverb
by the stalk

stirps
stirps
noun
[of plants] the lower part of the trunk

stiva
stīva
noun
a plough-handle

stlatattarius
stlātāttārius
adjective
sca-borne

stlattarius
stlāttārius
adjective
sca-borne

stlis
stlis
cross-reference

stlis
stlīs
noun
a strife

sto
stō
verb
to stand

Stoice
Stōicē
adverb
like a Stoic

Stoicida
Stōicida
noun
sons of Stoics

Stoicus
Stōicus
adjective
of the Stoic philosophy

stola
stola
noun
a woman's upper garment

stolide
stolidē
adverb
stupidly

stolidus
stolidus
adjective
slow

stomachor
stomachor
verb
to be irritated

stomachose
stomachōsē
adverb
angrily

stomachosus
stomachōsus
adjective
wrathful

stomachus
stomachus
noun
the gullet

storea
storea
noun
a plaited covering

storia
storia
noun
a plaited covering

strabo
strabō
noun
a cross-eyed person

strages
strāgēs
noun
an overthrow

stragulum
strāgulum
noun
a spread

stragulus
strāgulus
adjective
for spreading out

stramen
strāmen
noun
straw

stramentum
strāmentum
noun
that which is spread over

stramineus
strāmineus
adjective
of straw

strangulo
strangulō
verb
to throttle

stranguria
strangūria
noun
difficulty of urine

strategema
stratēgēma
noun
a stroke of generalship

stratum
strātum
noun
a covering

stratus
strātus
adjective
prostrate

strenue
strēnuē
adverb
briskly

strenuitas
strēnuitās
noun
briskness

strenuus
strēnuus
adjective
brisk

strepito
strepitō
verb
to clatter

strepitus
strepitus
noun
a confused noise

strepo
strepō
verb
to make a noise

strictim
strictim
adverb
superficially

strictura
strictūra
noun
a compression

strictus
strictus
adjective
drawn together

strideo
strīdeō
verb
to make a harsh noise

strido
strīdō
verb
to make a shrill noise

stridor
strīdor
noun
a harsh noise

stridulus
strīdulus
adjective
creaking

strigilis
strigilis
noun
a scraper

strigosus
strigōsus
adjective
lean

stringo
stringō
verb
to draw tight

strix
strix
noun
a screech-owl (superstitiously regarded as a vampire or harpy)

stropha
stropha
noun
a trick

strophium
strophium
noun
a breast-band

structor
strūctor
noun
a builder

structura
strūctūra
noun
a building

structus
strūctus
participle
p. of struo

strues
struēs
noun
a heap

struma
strūma
noun
a scrofulous tumor

strumosus
strūmōsus
adjective
having a struma

struo
struō
verb
to place together

studeo
studeō
verb
to give attention

studiose
studiōsē
adverb
eagerly

studiosus
studiōsus
adjective
eager

studium
studium
noun
application

stulte
stultē
adverb
foolishly

stultitia
stultitia
noun
folly

stultus
stultus
adjective
foolish

stupa
stūpa
noun
coarse flax

stupa
stūpa
cross-reference

stupefacio
stupefaciō
verb
to make stupid

stupens
stupēns
adjective
senseless

stupeo
stupeō
verb
to be struck senseless

stupesco
stupēscō
verb
to grow astonished

stupeus
stūpeus
adjective
of tow

stupeus
stūpeus
cross-reference

stupiditas
stupiditās
noun
senselessness

stupidus
stupidus
adjective
senseless

stupor
stupor
noun
numbness

stuppa
stūppa
noun
coarse flax

stuppeus
stūppeus
adjective
of tow

stupro
stuprō
verb
to defile

stuprum
stuprum
noun
defilement

Stygius
Stygius
adjective
of the Styx

stylus
stylus
noun
a pointed instrument

Stymphalis
Stymphālis
adjective
Stymphalian

Stymphalius
Stymphālius
adjective
stymphalian

Styx
Styx
noun
a river of the infernal regions

su
pronoun
himself

su
su
preposition
[place] under

Suada
Suāda
noun
the goddess of Persuasion

Suadela
Suādēla
noun
the goddess of Persuasion

suadeo
suādeō
verb
to advise

suamet
suamet
cross-reference

suasio
suāsiō
noun
a recommending

suasor
suāsor
noun
an exhorter

suasus
suāsus
noun
an advising

suasus
suāsus
participle
p. of suadeo

suave
suāvē
adverb
sweetly

suaviloquens
suāviloquēns
adjective
sweet-spoken

suaviloquentia
suāviloquentia
noun
sweetness of speech

suavior
suāvior
verb
to kiss

suaviolum
suāviolum
noun
a little kiss

suavis
suāvis
adjective
[to the senses] sweet

suavitas
suāvitās
noun
to the senses

suaviter
suāviter
adverb
to the senses

suavium
suāvium
noun
a love kiss

suavium
suāvium
noun
a kiss

sub
sub
preposition
[place] under

sub
sub
preposition
[place] under

sub
sub
preposition
[place] under

subabsurde
subabsurdē
adverb
somewhat absurdly

subabsurdus
subabsurdus
adjective
rather inappropriate

subaccuso
subaccūsō
verb
to blame somewhat

subactio
subāctiō
noun
a thorough working

subactus
subāctus
participle
p. of subigo

subadroganter
subadroganter
adverb
somewhat proudly

subagito
subagitō
verb
to dishonor

subagrestis
subagrestis
adjective
somewhat rustic

subalaris
subālāris
adjective
under the arms

subamarus
subamārus
adjective
slightly bitter

subausculto
subauscultō
verb
to listen secretly. eavesdrop

subcenturio
subcenturiō
noun
an under office

subcenturio
subcenturiō
verb
to admit to a vacancy in a centuria

subcingo
subcingō
verb
to gird below

subcino
subcinō
verb
to sing to

subclamo
subclāmō
verb
to cry out in response

subcontumeliose
subcontumēliōsē
adverb
with a suggestion of contumely

subcresco
subcrēscō
verb
to grow from below

subcrispus
subcrīspus
adjective
somewhat curled

subcubcu
subcubcu
cross-reference

subcumbo
subcumbō
verb
to fall down

subcurro
subcurrō
verb
to run under

subcussus
subcussus
noun
a shaking

subcutio
subcutiō
verb
to fling up from below

subdeficiens
subdēficiēns
adjective
a little faint

subdifficilis
subdifficilis
adjective
slightly puzzling

subdiffido
subdiffīdō
verb
to be distrustful

subditivus
subditīvus
adjective
substituted

subdo
subdō
verb
to put under

subdoceo
subdoceō
verb
to teach as a deputy school-master

subdole
subdolē
adverb
cunningly

subdolus
subdolus
adjective
crafty

subdubito
subdubitō
verb
to be somewhat in doubt

subduco
subdūcō
verb
(subdu_xti_)

subductio
subductiō
noun
a withdrawal

subductus
subductus
participle
p. of subduco

subedo
subedō
verb
to eat away below

subeo
subeō
verb
to come under

suber
sūber
noun
the cork-oak

subf
subf
cross-reference

subfodio
subfodiō
verb
to dig under

subfragatio
subfrāgātiō
noun
a recommendation to office

subfragator
subfrāgātor
noun
a favorer

subfundo
subfundō
verb
to pour below

subfuscus
subfuscus
adjective
brownish

subg
subg
cross-reference

subgrandis
subgrandis
adjective
rather large

subgredior
subgredior
verb
to approach

subhorridus
subhorridus
adjective
somewhat rough

subiacens
subiacēns
adjective
lying beneath

subicio
subiciō
verb
to throw under

subiecte
subiectē
adverb
vely

subiectio
subiectiō
noun
a putting under

subiecto
subiectō
verb
to throw under

subiector
subiector
noun
one who substitutes

subiectus
subiectus
adjective
lying under

subigito
subigitō
verb
to dishonor

subigo
subigō
verb
to drive up

subiicio
subiiciō
cross-reference

subimpudens
subimpudēns
adjective
somewhat shameless

subinanis
subinānis
adjective
rather vain

subinde
subinde
adverb
[of time] immediately after

subinsulsus
subinsulsus
adjective
somewhat tasteless

subinvideo
subinvideō
verb
to be somewhat envious of

subinvisus
subinvīsus
adjective
a little disliked

subinvito
subinvītō
verb
to suggest to

subirascor
subīrāscor
verb
to be out of temper

subiratus
subīrātus
adjective
somewhat angry

subitarius
subitārius
adjective
in haste

subito
subitō
adverb
suddenly

subitus
subitus
adjective
sudden

subiungo
subiungō
verb
to fasten under

sublabor
sublābor
verb
to glide under

sublate
sublātē
adverb
highly

sublatio
sublātiō
noun
an elevation

sublatus
sublātus
adjective
elated

sublego
sublegō
verb
to gather from below

sublevatio
sublevātiō
noun
an alleviation

sublevo
sublevō
verb
to lift from beneath

sublica
sublica
noun
a stake

sublicius
sublicius
adjective
resting upon piles

subligaculum
subligāculum
noun
a waist-band

subligar
subligar
noun
a breech-cloth

subligo
subligō
verb
to bind below

sublime
sublīmē
adverb
aloft

sublimen
sublīmen
adverb
on high

sublimis
sublīmis
adjective
uplifted

sublimus
sublīmus
adjective
lofty

subluceo
sublūceō
verb
to shine a little

subluo
subluō
verb
to wash underneath

sublustris
sublūstris
adjective
sub + * lustrus

submergo
submergō
verb
to dip

subministro
subministrō
verb
to aid by giving

submisse
submissē
adverb
[of manner] softly

submissio
submissiō
noun
a letting down

submissus
submissus
adjective
let down

submitto
submittō
verb
to let down

submoleste
submolestē
adverb
with some vexation

submolestus
submolestus
adjective
somewhat troublesome

submoneo
submoneō
verb
to remind privily

submorosus
submōrōsus
adjective
somewhat peevish

submoveo
submoveō
verb
to put out of the way

submuto
submūtō
verb
to interchange substitute

subnascor
subnāscor
verb
to grow up under

subnecto
subnectō
verb
to bind below

subnego
subnegō
verb
to deny in a measure

subnexus
subnexus
participle
p. of subnecto

subnitor
subnītor
verb
to support

subnuba
subnuba
noun
a rival

subnubilus
subnūbilus
adjective
somewhat cloudy

subo
subō
verb
to be lustful

subobscaenus
subobscaenus
adjective
verging on indecency

subobscenus
subobscēnus
adjective
verging on indecency

subobscurus
subobscūrus
adjective
somewhat obscure

subodiosus
subodiōsus
adjective
rather vexatious

suboffendo
suboffendō
verb
to give some offence

suboleo
suboleō
verb
to emit a trifling smell

suboles
subolēs
noun
a sprout

subolesco
subolēscō
verb
[inch] to grow up anew

subolo
subolō
verb
to be perceived

suborno
subōrnō
verb
to fit out

subp
subp
cross-reference

subpernatus
subpernātus
adjective
lamed in the hip

subpetior
subpetior
verb
to come to the aid of

subpeto
subpetō
verb
to be at hand

subplanto
subplantō
verb
to trip up the heels of

subplementum
subplēmentum
noun
that which fills out

subpleo
subpleō
verb
to fill up

subplex
subplex
adjective
kneeling in entreaty

subplicatio
subplicātiō
noun
a public prayer

subpliciter
subpliciter
adverb
like a petitioner

subplicium
subplicium
noun
a kneeling

subplico
subplicō
verb
to kneel down

subplodo
subplōdō
verb
to stamp

subplosio
subplōsiō
noun
a stamping

subpono
subpōnō
verb
to put below

subporto
subportō
verb
to convey

subpressio
subpressiō
noun
a suppression

subpressus
subpressus
adjective
pressed down

subprimo
subprimō
verb
[of vessels] to sink

subpudeo
subpudeō
verb
to be somewhat ashamed

subputo
subputō
verb
to count up

subrancidus
subrancidus
adjective
slightly tainted

subraucus
subraucus
adjective
somewhat hoarse

subrectus
subrēctus
participle
p. of subrigo

subremigo
subrēmigō
verb
to row gently

subrepo
subrēpō
verb
to creep under

subreptus
subreptus
participle
p. of subripio

subrideo
subrīdeō
verb
to smile

subridicule
subrīdiculē
adverb
somewhat laughably

subrigo
subrigō
verb
to erect

subringor
subringor
verb
to make a wry face

subripio
subripiō
verb
to snatch away

subrogo
subrogō
verb
to put the vote on the choice of a substitute

subrubeo
subrubeō
verb
to grow ruddy

subruo
subruō
verb
to tear away below

subrusticus
subrūsticus
adjective
somewhat clownish

subrutus
subrutus
participle
p. of subruo

subscribo
subscrībō
verb
to write underneath

subscriptio
subscrīptiō
noun
a writing beneath

subscriptor
subscrīptor
noun
a signer of an accusation

subscriptus
subscrīptus
participle
p. of subscribo

subsecivus
subsecīvus
cross-reference

subseco
subsecō
verb
to cut under

subsellium
subsellium
noun
a low bench

subsentio
subsentiō
verb
to observe stealthily

subsequor
subsequor
verb
to follow after

subservio
subserviō
verb
to serve

subsicivus
subsicīvus
adjective
that is cut off and left

subsidiarius
subsidiārius
adjective
of a reserve

subsidium
subsidium
noun
[in order of battle] the troops in reserve

subsido
subsīdō
verb
to sit down

subsignanus
subsīgnānus
adjective
that serves under the standard

subsigno
subsīgnō
verb
to mark

subsilio
subsiliō
verb
to leap up

subsisto
subsistō
verb
to take a stand

subsortior
subsortior
verb
to choose a substitute by lot

subsortitio
subsortītiō
noun
a choosing of substitutes by lot

substantia
substantia
noun
resources

substerno
substernō
verb
to strew under

substituo
substituō
verb
to present

substo
substō
verb
to stand firm

substratus
substrātus
participle
p. of substerno

substrictus
substrictus
adjective
drawn together

substringo
substringō
verb
to bind beneath

substructio
substrūctiō
noun
a foundation

substruo
substruō
verb
to build beneath

subsum
subsum
verb
to be under

subsutus
subsūtus
cross-reference
sewn beneath

subtegmen
subtēgmen
noun
in a web

subtemen
subtēmen
noun
in a web

subter
subter
adverb
below

subter
subter
preposition
below

subterfugio
subterfugiō
verb
to escape

subterlabor
subterlābor
verb
to glide below

subterraneus
subterrāneus
adjective
underground

subtexo
subtexō
verb
to weave under

subtilis
subtīlis
adjective
fine

subtilitas
subtīlitās
noun
keenness

subtiliter
subtīliter
adverb
finely

subtimeo
subtimeō
verb
to be secretly afraid

subtraho
subtrahō
verb
to draw from below

subtristis
subtrīstis
adjective
somewhat sad

subtunsus
subtūnsus
adjective
somewhat bruised

subturpiculus
subturpiculus
adjective
savoring of meanness

subturpis
subturpis
adjective
somewhat disgraceful

subtus
subtus
adverb
below

subtusus
subtūsus
adjective
somewhat bruised

subucula
subūcula
noun
a man's undergarment

subulcus
subulcus
noun
a swine-herd

Subura
Subūra
noun
a busy quarter in Rome

Suburanus
Subūrānus
adjective
of Subura

suburbanitas
suburbānitās
noun
nearness to Rome

suburbanus
suburbānus
adjective
near the city

suburbium
suburbium
noun
a suburb

suburgueo
suburgueō
verb
to drive close

suburgurgeo
suburgurgeō
verb
to drive close

subvectio
subvectiō
noun
a carrying up

subvecto
subvectō
verb
to support and carry

subvectus
subvectus
noun
a carrying

subveho
subvehō
verb
to support and convey

subvenio
subveniō
verb
to come to help

subvereor
subvereor
verb
to have a little anxiety

subversor
subversor
noun
an overturner

subverto
subvertō
verb
to turn upside down

subvexus
subvexus
adjective
sloping upwards

subvolo
subvolō
verb
to fly up

subvolvo
subvolvō
verb
to roll up

subvorto
subvortō
verb
to turn upside down

succedo
succēdō
verb
to go below

succendo
succendō
verb
to kindle beneath

succenseo
succēnseō
cross-reference

succenseo
succēnseō
verb
to be angry

succensus
succēnsus
participle
p. of succendo

succenturio
succenturiō
verb
to admit to a vacancy in a centuria

succenturio
succenturiō
noun
an under office

succenturio
succenturiō
cross-reference

successio
successiō
noun
a taking another's place

successor
successor
noun
a follower

successus
successus
noun
a coming up

successus
successus
participle
p. of succedo

succidaneus
succīdāneus
cross-reference

succidia
succīdia
noun
a leg of pork

succido
succidō
verb
to fall under

succido
succīdō
verb
to cut off below

succiduus
succiduus
adjective
sinking down

succingo
succingō
verb
to gird below

succino
succinō
verb
to sing to

succinum
succinum
cross-reference

succipio
succipiō
cross-reference

succipio
succipiō
verb
to take

succisus
succīsus
participle
p. of 2 succi_do

succlamatio
succlāmātiō
noun
a calling out

succlamo
succlāmō
verb
to cry out in response

succo
succō
noun
a sucker

succontumeliose
succontumēliōsē
adverb
with a suggestion of contumely

succontumeliose
succontumēliōsē
cross-reference

succresco
succrēscō
verb
to grow from below

succrispus
succrīspus
adjective
somewhat curled

succrispus
succrīspus
cross-reference

succumbo
succumbō
verb
to fall down

succurro
succurrō
verb
to run under

succus
succus
cross-reference

succussus
succussus
noun
a shaking

succutio
succutiō
verb
to fling up from below

sucidus
sūcidus
adjective
juicy

sucinum
sūcinum
noun
amber

suco
sūcō
noun
a sucker

sucophanta
sūcophanta
noun
[properly an informer against exporters of figs from Attica] an informer

Sucula
Sucula
noun
an incorrect translation of the Hyades

sucus
sūcus
noun
a juice

sudarium
sūdārium
noun
a handkerchief

sudis
sudis
noun
a stake

sudo
sūdō
verb
to sweat

sudor
sūdor
noun
sweat

sudus
sūdus
adjective
cloudless

suesco
suēscō
verb
to become used

suetus
suētus
adjective
accustomed

sufes
sūfes
noun
a judge in Carthage

suffarcino
suffarcinō
verb
to stuff full

suffectus
suffectus
adjective
substituted

suffero
sufferō
verb
to take up

suffes
suffes
noun
a judge in Carthage

sufficiens
sufficiēns
adjective
sufficient

sufficio
sufficiō
verb
to put under

suffigo
suffīgō
verb
to fasten beneath

suffimen
suffīmen
noun
fumigation

suffimentum
suffīmentum
noun
fumigation

suffio
suffiō
verb
to perfume

suffixus
suffīxus
participle
p. of suffigo

sufflamen
sufflāmen
noun
a clog

suffoco
suffōcō
verb
to throttle

suffodio
suffodiō
verb
to dig under

suffragatio
suffrāgātiō
noun
a recommendation to office

suffragator
suffrāgātor
noun
a favorer

suffragium
suffrāgium
noun
a voting-tablet

suffragor
suffrāgor
verb
* suffragus

suffringo
suffringō
verb
to break below

suffugio
suffugiō
verb
to flee for refuge

suffugium
suffugium
noun
a refuge

suffundo
suffundō
verb
to pour below

suffuscus
suffuscus
adjective
brownish

suffusus
suffūsus
participle
p. of suffundo

suggero
suggerō
verb
to bring under

suggestum
suggestum
noun
an artificial mound

suggestus
suggestus
noun
a raised place

suggestus
suggestus
participle
p. of suggero

suggillo
suggillō
verb
to bruise

suggrandis
suggrandis
adjective
rather large

suggredior
suggredior
verb
to approach

sugillatio
sūgillātiō
noun
a bruise

sugillo
sūgillō
verb
to bruise

sugo
sūgō
verb
to suck

suillus
suīllus
adjective
of swine. grex

sulaba
sulaba
noun
a syllable

sulco
sulcō
verb
to furrow

sulcus
sulcus
noun
a furrow

sulfur
sulfur
noun
brimstone

sulfureus
sulfureus
adjective
of sulphur

Sulla
Sulla
noun
a family name in the Cornelian gens

Sullanus
Sullānus
adjective
of Sulla (the dictator)

sullaturio
sullāturiō
verb
to imitate Sulla

sulph
sulph
adjective
of sulphur

sulphur
sulphur
noun
brimstone

sulphur
sulphur
cross-reference

sulphureus
sulphureus
cross-reference

sulpur
sulpur
noun
brimstone

sum
sum
verb
to be

sumbola
sumbola
noun
a contribution to a feast

sumen
sūmen
noun
a breast

summ
summ
cross-reference

summa
summa
noun
[sc. res] the top

summatim
summātim
adverb
summarily

summe
summē
adverb
in the highest degree

summergo
summergō
verb
to dip

sumministro
sumministrō
verb
to aid by giving

summisse
summissē
adverb
[of manner] softly

summissio
summissiō
noun
a letting down

summissus
summissus
adjective
let down

summitto
summittō
verb
to let down

summoleste
summolestē
adverb
with some vexation

summolestus
summolestus
adjective
somewhat troublesome

summoneo
summoneō
verb
to remind privily

summopere
summopere
adverb
with extreme diligence

summorosus
summōrōsus
adjective
somewhat peevish

summoveo
summoveō
verb
to put out of the way

summum
summum
adverb
at the utmost

summus
summus
adjective
uppermost

summuto
summūtō
verb
to interchange substitute

sumo
sūmō
verb
to take

sumptio
sūmptiō
noun
a taking

sumptuarius
sūmptuārius
adjective
of expense

sumptuose
sūmptuōsē
adverb
expensively

sumptuosus
sūmptuōsus
adjective
very expensive

sumptus
sūmptus
noun
outlay

sumptus
sūmptus
participle
p. of sumo

sumtio
sūmtiō
noun
a taking

sumtuarius
sūmtuārius
adjective
of expense

sumtuose
sūmtuōsē
adverb
expensively

sumtuosus
sūmtuōsus
adjective
very expensive

sumtus
sūmtus
noun
outlay

suo
suō
verb
to sew

suomet
suōmet
cross-reference

suopte
suōpte
cross-reference

suovetaurile
suovetaurīle
noun
a sacrifice of lustration

supellex
supellex
noun
[singular collective] domestic utensils

super
super
preposition
[of place] over

super
super
preposition
[of place] over

super
super
adverb
above

supera
superā
adverb
above

superabilis
superābilis
adjective
that may be got over

super addo
super addō
verb
to add besides

superaddo
superaddō
verb
to add besides

superans
superāns
participle
p. of supero

superator
superātor
noun
a conqueror

superbe
superbē
adverb
haughtily

superbia
superbia
noun
loftiness

superbiloquentia
superbiloquentia
noun
haughty speech

superbio
superbiō
verb
to be haughty

superbus
superbus
adjective
haughty

supercilium
supercilium
noun
an eyebrow

superemineo
superēmineō
verb
to overtop

superficies
superficiēs
noun
the upper side

superfixus
superfīxus
adjective
attached above

superfluens
superfluēns
adjective
running over

superfundo
superfundō
verb
to pour over

supergredior
supergredior
verb
to surmount

superiacio
superiaciō
verb
to cast over

superimmineo
superimmineō
verb
to hang over

superimpendens
superimpendēns
adjective
overhanging

superimpono
superimpōnō
verb
to put upon

superincido
superincidō
verb
to fall from above

superincubo
superincubō
verb
to lie over

super incumbo
super incumbō
verb
to lie down on

super inicio
super iniciō
verb
to throw on

superinicio
superiniciō
verb
to throw on

superinpono
superinpōnō
verb
to put upon

super insterno
super īnsternō
verb
to spread over

superinsterno
superīnsternō
verb
to spread over

superior
superior
adjective
[place] higher

superlabens
superlābēns
cross-reference
p.

superlatio
superlātiō
noun
[in rhetoric] an exaggeration

superlatus
superlātus
adjective
extravagant

superne
supernē
adverb
from above

supernus
supernus
adjective
that is above

supero
superō
verb
to go over

superobruo
superobruō
verb
to cover over

superoccupo
superoccupō
verb
to take by surprise

superpendens
superpendēns
adjective
overhanging

superpositus
superpositus
adjective
placed over

superscando
superscandō
verb
to climb over

supersedeo
supersedeō
verb
to sit upon

superstagno
superstāgnō
verb
to spread out into a lake

supersterno
supersternō
cross-reference

superstes
superstes
adjective
standing by

superstitio
superstitiō
noun
dread of the supernatural

superstitiose
superstitiōsē
adverb
superstitiously

superstitiosus
superstitiōsus
adjective
soothsaying

supersto
superstō
verb
to stand upon

superstratus
superstrātus
cross-reference
p.

superstruo
superstruō
verb
to build upon

supersum
supersum
verb
to be over and above

supertego
supertegō
verb
to cover over

superum
superum
noun
see superus

superurgens
superurgēns
cross-reference
p.

superus
superus
adjective
that is above

supervacaneus
supervacāneus
adjective
over and above

supervacuus
supervacuus
adjective
useless

supervado
supervādō
verb
to go over

supervehor
supervehor
verb
to pass by

supervenio
superveniō
verb
to come in addition

superventus
superventus
noun
a coming up

super volito
super volitō
verb
to fly over often

supervolito
supervolitō
verb
to fly over often

supervolo
supervolō
verb
to fly over

supino
supīnō
verb
to bend backwards

supinus
supīnus
adjective
backwards

suppaeniteo
suppaeniteō
verb
it causes some sorrow

suppar
suppar
adjective
nearly equal

suppeditatio
suppeditātiō
noun
a full supply

suppedito
suppeditō
verb
to give in abundance

suppedo
suppēdō
verb
to break wind softly

suppernatus
suppernātus
adjective
lamed in the hip

suppetior
suppetior
verb
to come to the aid of

suppeto
suppetō
verb
to be at hand

supplanto
supplantō
verb
to trip up the heels of

supplementum
supplēmentum
noun
that which fills out

suppleo
suppleō
verb
to fill up

supplex
supplex
adjective
kneeling in entreaty

supplicatio
supplicātiō
noun
a public prayer

suppliciter
suppliciter
adverb
like a petitioner

supplicium
supplicium
noun
a kneeling

supplico
supplicō
verb
to kneel down

supplodo
supplōdō
verb
to stamp

supplosio
supplōsiō
noun
a stamping

suppoeniteo
suppoeniteō
verb
it causes some sorrow

suppono
suppōnō
verb
to put below

supporto
supportō
verb
to convey

suppositus
suppositus
participle
p. of suppono

suppostus
suppostus
participle
p. of suppono

suppressio
suppressiō
noun
a suppression

suppressus
suppressus
adjective
pressed down

supprimo
supprimō
verb
[of vessels] to sink

suppudeo
suppudeō
verb
to be somewhat ashamed

supputo
supputō
verb
to count up

supra
suprā
preposition
[of place] above

supra
suprā
adverb
[of place] on the upper side

suprascando
suprāscandō
verb
to climb over

supremum
suprēmum
adverb
for the last time

supremus
suprēmus
adjective
highest

sura
sūra
noun
the back part of the leg

surculus
sūrculus
noun
a tender young twig

surdaster
surdaster
adjective
somewhat deaf

surditas
surditās
noun
deafness

surdus
surdus
adjective
deaf

surena
surēna
noun
among the Parthians

surgo
surgō
verb
to rise

surr
surr
cross-reference

surrancidus
surrancidus
adjective
slightly tainted

surraucus
surraucus
adjective
somewhat hoarse

surremigo
surrēmigō
verb
to row gently

surrepo
surrēpō
verb
to creep under

surreptus
surreptus
participle
p. of subripio

surrideo
surrīdeō
verb
to smile

surridicule
surrīdiculē
adverb
somewhat laughably

surrigo
surrigō
verb
to erect

surringor
surringor
verb
to make a wry face

surripio
surripiō
verb
to snatch away

surrogo
surrogō
verb
to put the vote on the choice of a substitute

surrubeo
surrubeō
verb
to grow ruddy

surruo
surruō
verb
to tear away below

surrusticus
surrūsticus
adjective
somewhat clownish

surrutus
surrutus
participle
p. of subruo

sursum
sūrsum
adverb
[of motion] from below

sursus
sūrsus
adverb
[of motion] from below

sus
sūs
noun
a swine

sus
sus
preposition
[place] under

suscenseo
suscēnseō
verb
to be angry

susceptio
susceptiō
noun
a taking in hand

susceptum
susceptum
noun
an undertaking

suscipio
suscipiō
verb
to take

suscito
suscitō
verb
to lift up

suspecto
suspectō
verb
to look up at

suspectus
suspectus
noun
a looking up

suspectus
suspectus
adjective
subject to suspicion

suspendium
suspendium
noun
a hanging

suspendo
suspendō
verb
to hang up

suspensus
suspēnsus
adjective
raised

suspicax
suspicāx
adjective
distrustful

suspicio
suspīciō
noun
mistrust

suspicio
suspiciō
verb
to look upwards

suspiciose
suspīciōsē
adverb
in a suspicious manner

suspiciosus
suspīciōsus
adjective
full of suspicion

suspicor
suspicor
verb
to mistrust

suspiratus
suspīrātus
noun
a sighing

suspiritus
suspīritus
noun
a deep breath

suspirium
suspīrium
noun
a deep breath

suspiro
suspīrō
verb
to draw a deep breath

suspitio
suspītiō
cross-reference

suspitio
suspītiō
noun
mistrust

suspitiose
suspītiosē
adverb
in a suspicious manner

suspitiose
suspītiōsē
cross-reference

suspitiosus
suspītiōsus
adjective
full of suspicion

suspitiosus
suspītiōsus
cross-reference

susque deque
sūsque dēque
adverb
both up and down

sustentaculum
sustentāculum
noun
a prop

sustentatio
sustentātīō
noun
a deferring

sustento
sustentō
verb
to hold up

sustineo
sustineō
verb
to hold up

sustollo
sustollō
verb
to lift

sustuli
sustulī
cross-reference
perf. of suffero and of tollo

susurro
susurrō
verb
to hum

susurrus
susurrus
adjective
muttering

susurrus
susurrus
noun
a humming

sutilis
sūtilis
adjective
sewed together

sutor
sūtor
noun
a shoemaker

sutorius
sūtōrius
adjective
of a shoemaker

sutrinus
sūtrīnus
adjective
of shoemakers

sutum
sūtum
noun
[plural] plates fastened together

sutura
sūtūra
noun
a sewing together

sutus
sūtus
participle
p. of suo

suus
suus
adjective
of oneself

sycophanta
sȳcophanta
noun
[properly an informer against exporters of figs from Attica] an informer

syllaba
syllaba
noun
a syllable

syllabatim
syllabātim
adverb
syllable by syllable

sylva
sylva
cross-reference

sylvanus
sylvānus
cross-reference

sylvester
sylvester
cross-reference

symbola
symbola
noun
a contribution to a feast

symphonia
symphōnia
noun
an agreement of sounds

symphoniacus
symphōniacus
adjective
of concerts

Symposium
Symposium
noun
(Banquet)

Synapothnescontes
Synapothnēscontes
noun
[a comedy by Diphilus] Dying Together

synedrus
synedrus
noun
in Macedon

syngrapha
syngrapha
noun
a written promise to pay

synodus
synodūs
noun
a bream (a sea-fish)

Syracosius
Syrācosius
adjective
syracusan

syriacus
syriacus
cross-reference
(C.)

Syriacus
Syriacus
cross-reference
(C.)

syrma
syrma
noun
a robe with a train

Syrtis
Syrtis
noun
a sand-bank in the sea

Syrus
Syrus
adjective
see Syriacus

 
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