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noun
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S
S
noun
r

Saba
Saba
noun
The largest town in Arabia Felix

Sabadius
Sabādius
noun

Sabadius
Sabādius
noun
a surname

Sabaea
Sabaea
noun
the territory of Saba

Sabaeus
Sabaeus
noun
a numerous people in Arabia Felix

Sabaeus
Sabaeus
adjective
Sabaean

sabaia
sabaia
noun
a drink of the poor people in Illyria

sabaiarius
sabaiārius
noun
one who makes

sabanum
sabanum
noun
a linen cloth

Sabaoth
Sabāoth
adjective
the heavenly hosts

Sabaria
Sabāria
noun
a city in Pannonia

sabatenum
sabatēnum
noun
a kind of slipper

Sabatinus
Sabatīnus
noun
the inhabitants of a town in Campania

Sabatinus
Sābātīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Sabate

Sabatius
Sābātius
adjective
of or belonging to Sabate

Sabazium
Sabāzium
noun
a festival in honor of Sabazius or Bacchus

Sabazius
Sabāzius
noun
a surname

sabbatarius
sabbatārius
adjective
of or belonging to the Sabbath

sabbatarius
sabbatārius
noun
Sabbath-keepers

sabbatismus
sabbatismus
noun
a keeping of the Sabbath

sabbatizo
sabbatīzō
verb
to observe the Sabbath

sabbatum
sabbatum
noun
the day of rest

sabbatum
sabbatum
noun
the day of rest

Sabbura
Sabbura
noun
a lieutenant of King Juba

Sabellianus
Sabelliānus
noun
the followers of Sabellius

Sabellicus
Sabellicus
adjective
Sabellian

Sabellius
Sabellius
noun
an elder of the Christian Church at Rome

Sabellus
Sabellus
adjective
of or belonging to the Sabellians

Sabellus
Sabellus
noun
the Sabines

Sabina
Sabīna
noun
a Sabine woman

Sabina
Sabīna
noun

Sabine
Sabīnē
adverb
in Sabine

Sabinianus
Sabīniānus
noun
the followers of Sabinus

Sabinianus
Sabīniānus
adjective
of or pertaining to Sabinus

Sabinum
Sabīnum
noun
Sabine wine

Sabinus
Sabīnus
noun
the Sabines

Sabinus
Sabīnus
adjective
Sabine

Sabinus
Sabīnus
noun
a Sabine

Sabis
Sabis
noun
A river in Gallia Belgica

sablo
sablō
cross-reference

sablo
sāblō
cross-reference

sablum
sāblum
cross-reference

sablum
sablum
cross-reference

Sabota
Sabota
noun
a city in Arabia Felix

Sabrata
Sābrata
noun
a town of Africa

Sabratensis
Sābratensis
adjective
of or belonging to Sabrata

Sabratha
Sābratha
noun
a town of Africa

Sabrina
Sabrīna
noun
a river of Britain

sabucus
sabūcus
noun

sabucus
sabūcus
noun
an elder-tree

sabuletum
sabulētum
noun
sandy places

sabulo
sabulō
noun
coarse sand

sabulosus
sabulōsus
adjective
full of sand

sabulum
sabulum
noun

sabulum
sabulum
noun
coarse sand

saburra
saburra
noun
sand

Saburra
Saburra
noun
a lieutenant of King Juba

saburralis
saburrālis
adjective
consisting of sand

saburrarius
saburrārius
noun
one who carries ballast to ships

saburro
saburrō
verb
to fill or lade with ballast

Sabus
Sabus
noun
A king of India

Saca
Saca
noun
a people of Northern Asia

sacal
sacal
noun
Egyptian amber

saccaria
saccāria
noun
the labor of a porter

saccarius
saccārius
adjective
of or belonging to sacks

saccarius
saccārius
noun
one who carries sacks

saccatum
saccātum
noun
urine

saccellatio
saccellātiō
noun

saccellus
saccellus
noun
a little bag

sacceus
sacceus
adjective
of or belonging to a sack

saccharon
saccharon
noun
a sweet juice distilling from the joints of the bamboo

saccibuccis
saccibuccis
adjective
chubby-cheeked

saccinus
saccīnus
adjective
made of hair-cloth

sacciperium
saccipērium
noun
a pocket for carrying a purse

sacco
saccō
verb
to strain through a bag

saccularius
sacculārius
noun
a cut-purse

sacculus
sacculus
noun
a little sack or bag

saccus
saccus
noun
a sack

sacellum
sacellum
noun
a little sanctuary

sacer
sacer
adverb
dedicated or consecrated to a divinity

sacerdos
sacerdos
noun
a priest

Sacerdos
Sacerdos
noun
a surname of frequent occurrence

sacerdotalis
sacerdōtālis
adjective
of or belonging to priests

sacerdotalis
sacerdōtālis
noun
one who has filled a priestly office

sacerdotialis
sacerdōtiālis
noun

sacerdotium
sacerdōtium
noun
the priesthood

sacerdotula
sacerdōtula
noun
a young or inferior priestess

sacersanctus
sacersanctus
adverb

Saces
Sacēs
noun

Saces
Saces
noun

sacoma
sācōma
noun
a counterpoise

sacomarium
sācōmārium
noun
the public balance or weighing place

sacomarius
sācōmārius
adjective
serving for a counterpoise

sacomarius
sācōmārius
noun
one who makes counterpoises or weights

sacondios
sacondios
noun
a hyacinth-colored amethyst

sacopenium
sacopēnium
noun
the gum-like juice of an umbelliferous plant

sacos
sacos
cross-reference
hyacinthcolor

sacrabiliter
sācrābiliter
adverb
like an epileptic

sacramentalis
sācrāmentālis
adjective
sacramental

sacramentum
sācrāmentum
noun
the sum which the two parties to a suit at first deposited

Sacranus
Sacrānus
adjective
of the

Sacranus
Sacrānus
noun
an ancient people of Latium

sacrarium
sācrārium
noun
A place for the keeping of holy things

sacrarius
sācrārius
noun
a sacrist

sacrate
sācrātē
adverb
Holily

sacratio
sācrātiō
noun
consecration

sacrator
sācrātor
noun
one who hallows or consecrates

Sacrator
Sācrātor
noun
the name of a warrior

sacratus
sācrātus
adjective
hallowed

Sacraviensis
Sacraviensis
noun
those dwelling on the Sacra Via

sacres
sacres
noun

sacricola
sācricola
noun
one who conducted the

sacrifer
sācrifer
adjective
bearing sacred things

sacrificalis
sācrificālis
adjective
of or belonging to sucrifices

sacrificatio
sācrificātiō
noun
a sacrificing

sacrificator
sācrificātor
noun
a sacrificer

sacrificatus
sācrificātus
noun
a sacrificing

sacrificiolus
sācrificiolus
noun
he who sacrifices

sacrificium
sācrificium
noun
a sacrifice

sacrifico
sācrificō
verb
to make or offer a sacrifice

sacrificor
sācrificor
verb
to make or offer a sacrifice

sacrificulus
sācrificulus
noun
one who conducts the sacrifices

sacrificus
sācrificus
adjective
of or belonging to a sacrificing

sacrilega
sācrilega
noun

sacrilege
sācrilegē
noun

sacrilege
sācrilegē
adverb

sacrilegium
sācrilegium
noun
The robbing of a temple

sacrilegus
sācrilegus
noun
one who robs or steals from a temple

sacrilegus
sācrilegus
adjective
that steals sacred things

sacrimum
sacrimum
noun
new wine offered to Bacchus

Sacriporticus
Sācriporticus
noun
A place in Latium

Sacriportus
Sācriportus
noun
A place in Latium

sacrium
sacrium
noun
Scythian amber

sacro
sācrō
verb
to declare or set apart as sacred

sacrosanctus
sācrōsanctus
adjective
inaugurated or consecrated with religious ceremonies

Sacrovir
Sacrovir
noun
Julius Sacrovir

Sacrovirianus
Sacroviriānus
adjective
of or named from Sacrovir

sacrufico
sacruficō
verb

sacrufico
sācruficō
verb
to make or offer a sacrifice

sacrum
sācrum
noun
something consecrated

Sadala
Sadala
noun
A king of Thrace

Sadducaeus
Saddūcaeus
noun
the Sadducees

Sadducaeus
Saddūcaeus
adjective
of or belonging to the Sadducees

saeclum
saeclum
noun
a race

saeclum
saeclum
noun

saeculare
saeculāre
noun
worldly matters

saeculare
saeculāre
noun
the secular games

saecularis
saeculāris
adjective
of or belonging to a

saeculariter
saeculāriter
adverb
in a worldly manner

saeculars
saeculārs
noun
the secular games

saeculum
saeculum
noun
a race

saepe
saepē
adverb
Often

saepenumero
saepenumerō
adverb

saepes
saepēs
noun
a hedge

saepicula
saepicula
noun
a little fence or hedge

saepicule
saepiculē
adverb
pretty often

saepimen
saepīmen
noun

saepimentum
saepīmentum
noun
a hedge

Saepinates
Saepīnātes
noun
the inhabitants of Saepinum

Saepinum
Saepīnum
noun
a town of the Samnites

saepio
saepiō
verb
to surround with a hedge

saepis
saepis
adjective
that happens often

saepiuscule
saepiusculē
adverb
pretty often

saeptatus
saeptātus
adjective
surrounded by a bulwark

saeptio
saeptiō
noun
a hedging or fencing in

saeptum
saeptum
noun
a fence

saeptuose
saeptuōsē
adverb
obscurely

saeptuose
saeptuōsē
adverb

saeptuosus
saeptuōsus
adjective
obscure

saeptus
saeptus
adjective

saeta
saeta
noun
a thick

Saetabis
Saetabis
noun
a town of

Saetabitanus
Saetabitānus
noun
the inhabitants of Saetabis

Saetabus
Saetabus
adjective
of or belonging to Saetabis

saetiger
saetiger
noun
the bristle-bearer

saetiger
saetiger
adjective
bristle-bearing

saetosus
saetōsus
adjective
full of coarse hairs or bristles

saetula
saetula
noun
a little coarse hair of an animal

SAETVRNVS
SAETVRNVS
noun
Saturn

saeve
saevē
adverb
fiercely

saevidicus
saevidicus
adjective
spoken furiously or angrily

saevio
saeviō
verb
to be fierce or furious

saevis
saevis
adjective
roused to fierceness

saevitas
saevitās
noun
rage

saeviter
saeviter
adverb
fiercely

saevitia
saevitia
noun
a raging

saevities
saevitiēs
noun

saevitudo
saevitūdō
noun
ferocity

saevum
saevum
adverb
fiercely

saevus
saevus
adjective
roused to fierceness

Saga
Saga
noun
a people of Northern Asia

saga
sāga
noun
a female diviner

saga
sāga
noun

saga
saga
noun

sagacitas
sagācitās
noun
keenness of perception

sagaciter
sagāciter
adverb
Quickly

Sagalassenus
Sagalassēnus
adjective
of or belonging to Sagalessos

Sagalasssos
Sagalasssos
noun
an important town of Pisidia

Sagalessos
Sagalessos
noun
an important town of Pisidia

sagana
sagana
noun
a female diviner or soothsayer

Saganis
Saganis
cross-reference

Saganos
Saganos
noun
a small river of Carmania

sagapenon
sagapenon
noun
the gum-like juice of an umbelliferous plant

sagapenon
sagapēnon
noun

Sagaris
Sagaris
noun
the name of a Trojan

Sagaris
Sagaris
noun
a river in Phrygia and Bitnynia

Sagaritis
Sagarītis
adjective
of Sagaris

Sagarius
Sagarius
noun
a river in Phrygia and Bitnynia

sagarius
sagārius
adjective
of or belonging to a mantle

sagatus
sagātus
adjective
clothed in or having on a

sagax
sagax
adjective
of quick perception

sagda
sagda
noun
a precious stone of a leekgreen color

sagena
sagēna
noun
a large fishing-net

sagenon
sagēnon
noun
a kind of opal found in India

Sagiarius
Sagiārius
noun
a river in Phrygia and Bitnynia

sagina
sagīna
noun
a stuffing

saginarium
sagīnārium
noun
a place where animals are fatted

saginatio
sagīnātiō
noun
a fattening

saginatus
sagīnātus
adjective
fattened

saginatus
sagīnātus
adjective

sagino
sagīnō
verb
to fatten

sagio
sāgiō
verb
to perceive quickly or keenly

sagitta
sagitta
noun
An arrow

sagittarius
sagittārius
adjective
Of or belonging to an arrow

sagittarius
sagittārius
noun
arrow-makers

sagittarius
sagittārius
noun
An archer

sagittatus
sagittātus
adjective
shot or wounded with an arrow

sagittatus
sagittātus
adjective

sagittifer
sagittifer
adjective
Arrow-bearing

Sagittiger
Sagittiger
noun
the constellation of the Archer

Sagittipotens
Sagittipotens
adjective
the constellation of the Archer

sagitto
sagittō
verb
to discharge arrows

sagittula
sagittula
noun
a little arrow

sagma
sagma
noun
a pack-saddle

sagmarius
sagmārius
adjective
of or belonging to a pack-saddle

sagmarius
sagmārius
cross-reference

sagmen
sagmen
noun
the tuft of sacred herbs plucked within the citadel by the consul or praetor

sagochlamys
sagochlamys
noun
a kind of military cloak

Sagra
Sagra
noun
a river of Lower Italy

sagulatus
sagulātus
adjective
clothed in or wearing a

sagulum
sagulum
noun
a small military cloak

sagum
sagum
noun
a coarse woollen blanket or mantle

Saguntinus
Saguntīnus
noun
the people of Saguntum

Saguntinus
Saguntīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Saguntum

Saguntius
Saguntius
adjective
of or belonging to Saguntum

Saguntos
Saguntos
noun
a town in

Saguntum
Saguntum
noun
a town in

Saguntus
Saguntus
noun
a town in

sagus
sāgus
adjective
presaging

sagus
sagus
noun

sagus
sagus
noun
a coarse woollen blanket or mantle

Sais
Sais
noun
the capital of Lower Egypt

Saita
Saīta
noun
the inhabitants of Sais

Saita
Saīta
noun

Saites
Saītēs
noun
of or belonging to Sais

Saiticus
Saīticus
adjective
of Sais

sal
sal
noun
salt

salacaccabium
salacaccabium
noun
salted food boiled in a pot

Salacia
Salācia
noun
The goddess of the sea

salacitas
salācitās
noun
lust

salaco
salacō
noun
a swaggerer

salamandra
salamandra
noun
a salamander

Salambo
Salambō
noun
the goddess of love among the Babylonians

Salamina
Salamīna
noun
The island of Salamis

Salaminiacus
Salamīniacus
cross-reference

Salaminiacus
Salamīniacus
adjective
of Salamis

Salaminius
Salamīnius
noun
the inhabitants of Salamis

Salaminius
Salamīnius
cross-reference

Salaminius
Salamīnius
adjective
of or belonging to Salamis in Cyprus

Salaminius
Salamīnius
noun
the inhabitants of the Cyprian Salamis

Salaminius
Salamīnius
adjective
of or belonging to the island of Salamis

Salamis
Salamis
noun
The island of Salamis

Salapia
Salapia
noun
a city in Daunian Apulia

Salapinus
Salapīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Salapia

Salapinus
Salapīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Salapia

Salapitanus
Salapitānus
noun
the inhabitants of Salapia

salapitta
salapitta
noun
a box on the ear

salaputium
salapūtium
noun
a little

salar
salar
noun
a kind of trout

Salarianus
Salāriānus
adjective

salariarius
salāriārius
noun
one who receives pay or salary

salarium
salārium
noun
the money given to the soldiers for salt

salarium
salārium
noun

salarius
salārius
noun
a dealer in salted fish

salarius
salārius
adjective
of or belonging to salt

Salassus
Salassus
noun
an Alpine tribe in the modern Savoy

salax
salax
adjective
Fond of leaping

Sale
Sale
noun
a lake in Lydia

sale
sale
noun
salt

salebra
salēbra
noun
a jolting-place

salebratus
salēbrātus
adjective
rugged

salebritas
salēbritās
noun
ruggedness

salebrosus
salēbrōsus
adjective
full of joltings

Saleius
Salēius
noun
an inferior poet

Salentinus
Sālentīnus
adjective
Salentine

Salentinus
Sālentīnus
noun
A people of Calabria

Salernitanus
Salernitānus
adjective
Salernian

Salernum
Salernum
noun
a maritime town in the Picentine territory

Salernus
Salernus
noun
an inhabitant of Salernum

salgamarius
salgamārius
noun
one who makes or sells pickles

salgamum
salgamum
noun
nourish-ment

salgamum
salgamum
noun
pickles

Salganeum
Salganeum
noun
a town of Baeotia

Saliaris
Saliāris
adjective
belonging to the

Saliaris
Saliāris
adjective

Saliatus
Saliātus
noun
the office or dignity of a

salicastrum
salicastrum
noun
a kind of wild vine found in willow-thickets

salictarius
salictārius
adjective
of or belonging to willows

salictarius
salictārius
noun
one who takes care of willow-trees

salictum
salictum
noun
a plantation or thicket of willows

saliens
saliens
noun
springs

saliens
saliens
noun

saliens
saliens
adjective
P. a.

salifodina
salifodīna
noun
a saltpit

saligneus
saligneus
adjective

saligneus
saligneus
adjective
of willow or willowwood

salignus
salignus
adjective
of willow or willowwood

salillum
salillum
noun
a little salt-cellar

salina
salīna
noun
salt-works

Salinae
Salīnaē
adverb
nom. prop

salinarius
salīnārius
adjective
of or belonging to salt-works

salinator
salīnātor
noun
a dealer in salt

Salinator
Salīnātor
noun
a Roman surname

salini
salīnī
noun
a salt-cellar

salinum
salīnum
noun
a salt-cellar

salio
saliō
verb
to leap

salio
salio
verb
To salt down

salipotens
salipotens
adjective
he that rules the salt sea

salisatio
salisātiō
noun
a leaping

salisatores
salisātōres
cross-reference

salissatio
salissātiō
noun
a leaping

Salisubsulus
Salisubsulus
noun
the dancing priests of Mars

salitio
salītiō
noun
a leaping

salito
salitō
verb

salito
salitō
verb
to dance

salitura
salītūra
noun
a salting down

salitus
salītus
adjective

saliunca
saliunca
noun
an odoriferous plant

saliuncula
saliuncula
noun
an odoriferous plant

Salius
Salius
noun
a college of priests at Rome dedicated by Numa to the service of Mars

Salius
Salius
noun
the Salians

Salius
Salius
adjective
Of or belonging to the

saliva
salīva
noun
spittle

salivarius
salīvārius
adjective
slimy

salivatio
salīvātiō
noun
salivation

salivatum
salīvātum
noun
a medicine employed to excite the flow of saliva

salivo
salīvō
verb
To spit out

salivosus
salīvōsus
adjective
Full of spittle

salix
salix
noun
a willow-tree

Sallentini
Sallentīnī
adverb

Sallentinus
Sallentīnus
noun
A people of Calabria

sallio
salliō
verb

sallio
sallio
verb
To salt down

sallo
sallō
verb

sallo
sallo
verb
To salt down

sallo
sallō
verb

Sallustiane
Sallustiānē
adverb
in the manner of Sallust

Sallustianus
Sallustiānus
adjective
of or like Sallust

Sallustianus
Sallustiānus
noun
an imitator of Sallust

Sallustianus
Sallustiānus
adjective

Sallustius
Sallustius
noun
Sallust

Salluvius
Salluvius
noun
a Celtic

salmacidus
salmacidus
adjective
having a salt and sour taste

Salmacis
Salmacis
noun
A very cleat

salmo
salmō
noun
a salmon

Salmoneus
Salmōneus
noun
a son of Aeolus

Salmonis
Salmōnis
noun
Tyro

salo
salo
verb
To salt down

salo
salō
verb

salo
salō
verb

Salo
Salō
noun
a river of Hispania Tarraconensis

Salomon
Salomon
noun
Solomon

Salomoniacus
Salomōniacus
adjective
of Solomon

Salomonius
Salomōnius
adjective
of or belonging to Solomon

Salona
Salōna
noun
a maritime town in Dalmatia

Salona
Salōna
noun
a maritime town in Dalmatia

salor
salor
noun
the color of the sea

salpa
salpa
noun
a kind of stock-fish

Salpia
Salpia
noun
a city in Daunian Apulia

Salpia
Salpia
noun
a city in Daunian Apulia

salpicta
salpicta
noun
a trumpeter

Salpinas
Salpīnas
cross-reference
belonging to the Salpinates

Salpinatis
Salpīnātis
noun
a people of Etruria

Salpinus
Salpīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Salapia

Salpinus
Salpīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Salapia

salpista
salpista
noun
a trumpeter

salpuga
salpūga
cross-reference

salpuga
salpūga
noun

salsamen
salsāmen
noun
salted food

salsamentarius
salsāmentārius
adjective
of or belonging to salted fish

salsamentarius
salsāmentārius
noun
a dealer in salted fish

salsamentum
salsāmentum
noun
Fish-pickle

salse
salsē
adverb
wittily

salsedo
salsēdō
noun
a salt taste

salsilago
salsilāgō
noun

salsilago
salsilāgō
noun
saltness

Salsipotens
Salsipotens
cross-reference

salsitas
salsitās
noun
saltness

salsitudo
salsitūdō
noun
saltness

salsiusculus
salsiusculus
adjective
rather salt

salsugo
salsūgō
noun
saltness

Salsula
Salsula
noun
a saltspring in Gallia Narbonensis

Salsula
Salsula
noun
a Roman female name

salsum
salsum
noun
salted things

salsura
salsūra
noun
A salting

salsus
salsus
adjective
salted

salsus
salsus
adjective

saltabundus
saltābundus
adjective
dancing

saltatim
saltātim
adverb
by leaps

saltatio
saltātiō
noun
a dancing

saltatiuncula
saltātiuncula
noun
a little dance

saltator
saltātor
noun
a dancer

saltatorie
saltātōriē
adverb
like a dancer

saltatorius
saltātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to dancing

saltatricula
saltātrīcula
noun
a little dancing-girl

saltatrix
saltātrix
noun
a female dancer

saltatus
saltātus
noun
dance

saltem
saltem
adverb
saved

salticus
salticus
adjective
dancing

saltim
saltim
adverb

saltim
saltim
adverb
saved

saltito
saltitō
verb
to dance much or vigorously

salto
saltō
verb
to dance

saltuarius
saltuārius
noun
one who has the care of a forest or of an estate

saltuatim
saltuātim
adverb
by leaps or hops

saltuensis
saltuensis
adjective
of or belonging to a forest

saltuosus
saltuōsus
adjective
full of woods or forests

saltus
saltus
noun
a leaping

saltus
saltus
noun
a forest-pasture

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
a being safe and sound

Salustianus
Salustiānus
adjective
of or like Sallust

Salustianus
Salustiānus
cross-reference

Salustius
Salustius
cross-reference

Salustius
Salustius
noun
Sallust

salutabundus
salūtābundus
adjective
greeting

salutare
salūtāre
noun
salvation

salutare
salūtāre
noun
welfare

salutaris
salūtāris
adjective
of or belonging to well-being

salutariter
salūtāriter
adverb
profitably

salutatio
salūtātiō
noun
a greeting. saluting

salutator
salūtātor
noun
one who greets

salutatorium
salūtātōrium
noun
the audience-chamber

salutatorius
salūtātōrius
adjective
Of or belonging to visiting or paying court

salutatrix
salūtātrix
noun
she that salutes

salutifer
salūtifer
adjective
health-bringing

salutificator
salūtificātor
noun
a bringer of safety

salutiger
salūtiger
noun
one who delivers a greeting

salutiger
salūtiger
adjective
Health-bringing

salutigerulus
salūtigerulus
adjective
that carries salutations or messages

Salutio
Salūtiō
noun
a Roman surname of one Scipio

saluto
salūtō
verb
To keep safe

Saluvii
Saluviī
adverb

Saluvius
Saluvius
noun
a Celtic

salvamentum
salvāmentum
noun
salvation

salvatio
salvātiō
noun
deliverance

salvator
salvātor
noun
a saviour

salve
salvē
adverb
well

salve
salvē
adverb
imp

salveo
salveō
verb
To be well

salvia
salvia
noun
the herb sage

Salvianus
Salviānus
adjective
of or named from one Salvius

salvificator
salvificātor
noun
a bringer of safety

salvifico
salvificō
verb
to save

salvificus
salvificus
adjective
saving

Salvitto
Salvittō
noun
a Roman surname of one Scipio

salvo
salvō
verb
to save

salvos
salvos
adjective
saved

salvus
salvus
adjective
saved

Salyis
Salyis
noun
a Celtic

sam
sam
cross-reference

Samaeus
Samaeus
noun
the inhabitants of Same

Samaeus
Samaeus
noun

samara
samara
noun
the seed of the elm

samara
samara
noun

Samarabria
Samarabria
noun
a people of India

samardacus
samardacus
noun
a juggler

Samareus
Samarēus
adjective
Samaritan

Samaria
Samarīa
noun
the middle district of Palestine

Samarita
Samarīta
noun
the inhabitants of Samaria

Samaritanus
Samarītānus
adjective
Samaritan

Samarites
Samarītēs
noun
a Samaritan

Samariticus
Samarīticus
adjective
Samaritan

Samaritis
Samarītis
noun
a Samaritan woman

Samarobriva
Samarobrīva
noun
a town of

Sambracenus
Sambracēnus
noun
a people of India

Sambrachate
Sambrachatē
noun
an island on the Arabian coast

sambuca
sambūca
noun
A triangular stringed-instrument of a very sharp

sambuceus
sambūceus
adjective
of elder

sambucina
sambūcina
noun
a female player on the

sambucistria
sambūcistria
noun
a woman that plays on the

sambucum
sambūcum
noun
the fruit of the elder

sambucus
sambūcus
noun
an elder-tree

sambucus
sambūcus
noun
he who plays on the

sambycistria
sambȳcistria
noun
a woman that plays on the

Same
Samē
noun
An earlier name for the island of Cephalenia

samera
samera
noun
the seed of the elm

Sameramis
Samēramis
noun
the celebrated queen of Assyria

Samia
Samia
noun
a kind of cake

samia
sāmia
noun
hurt

samiator
samiātor
noun
a polisher

samio
samiō
verb
to polish or furbish with Samian stone

Samiolus
Samiolus
adjective
Samian

Samiolus
Samiolus
adjective
Samian

Samium
Samium
noun
Samian ware

Samium
Samium
noun

Samius
Samius
noun
Samian

Samius
Samius
adjective

Samius
Samius
noun
the inhabitants of Samos

Samius
Samius
adjective
of or belonging to Samos

Sammonium
Sammonium
cross-reference
a promontory of Crete

Samnis
Samnīs
adjective

Samnis
Samnīs
noun
the Samnites

Samnis
Samnīs
adjective
of or belonging to Samnium

Samnis, Samniticus
Samnīs, Samnīticus
expression

Samnites
Samnītes
noun

Samniticus
Samnīticus
adjective

Samnitis
Samnītis
adjective
of or belonging to Samnium

Samnits
Samnīts
noun
the inhabitants of Samnium

Samnium
Samnium
noun
an ancient country of Italy

samolus
samolus
noun
a plant

Samonium
Samonium
cross-reference
a promontory of Crete

Samos
Samos
noun
Samothracian

Samos
Samos
noun

Samos
Samos
noun
An island on the coast of Asia Minor opposite Ephesus

Samos
Samos
noun
An earlier name for the island of Cephalenia

Samosata
Samosata
noun
of Samosata

Samosatenus
Samosatēnus
adjective
of Samosata

Samosatum
Samosatum
noun
the capital of Commagene

Samothraca
Samothrāca
noun
Samothracian

Samothrace
Samothrācē
noun
Samothracian

Samothracenus
Samothrācēnus
adjective
Samothracian

Samothracia
Samothrācia
noun
Samothrace

Samothracicus
Samothrācicus
adjective
Samothracian

Samothracis
Samothrācis
noun
the inhabitants of Samothrace

Samothracius
Samothrācius
noun
Samothracian

Samothracus
Samothrācus
adjective
Samothracian

sampsa
sampsa
noun
the pulp of olives

Sampsiceramus
Sampsiceramus
noun
a humorous designation of Pompey in Cicero's letters

sampsuchinus
sampsūchinus
adjective
of marjoram

sampsuchum
sampsūchum
noun
marjoram

sampsuchus
sampsūchus
noun
marjoram

sampsucum
sampsūcum
noun
marjoram

Samus
Samus
noun
An island on the coast of Asia Minor opposite Ephesus

sanabilis
sānābilis
adjective
that can be healed

Sanates
Sanates
cross-reference

sanatio
sānātiō
noun
a healing

sanator
sānātor
noun
a healer

sanatorius
sānātōrius
adjective
giving health

sancaptis
sancaptis
cross-reference

sanchromaton
sanchrōmaton
noun
a plant

sancio
sanciō
verb
to render sacred or inviolable

sancte
sanctē
adverb
solemnly

sanctesco
sanctescō
verb
to become sacred

sanctificatio
sanctificātiō
noun
sanctification

sanctificator
sanctificātor
noun
a sanctifier

sanctificium
sanctificium
noun
sanctification

sanctifico
sanctificō
verb
to make holy or treat as holy

sanctificus
sanctificus
adjective
sanctifying

sanctiloquus
sanctiloquus
adjective
speaking holily

sanctimonia
sanctimōnia
noun
sacredness

sanctimonialis
sanctimōniālis
adjective
holy

sanctimonialis
sanctimōniālis
noun
a nun

sanctimonialiter
sanctimōniāliter
adverb
holily

sanctio
sanctiō
noun
an establishing

sanctitas
sanctitās
noun
Inviolability

sanctitudo
sanctitūdō
noun
sacredness

sanctor
sanctor
noun
an establisher

sanctuarium
sanctuārium
noun
A place for keeping sacred things

sanctum
sanctum
noun
a holy place

sanctus
sanctus
noun
a saint

sanctus
sanctus
adjective

sanctus
sanctus
adjective
rendered sacred

Sancus
Sancus
noun
a deity of the Sabines

sandala
sandala
noun
a very white kind of corn

Sandaliarius
Sandaliārius
noun
Sandal-street

sandaliarius
sandaliārius
adjective
of or belonging to sandals

sandaligerula
sandaligerula
noun
maids who carried their mistresses

Sandalios
Sandalios
noun
an island near Samos

Sandaliotis
Sandaliōtis
noun
an ancient name of Sardinia

sandalis
sandalis
noun
a kind of palm-tree

sandalium
sandalium
noun
a slipper

sandapila
sandapila
noun
a common kind of bier

sandapilarius
sandapilārius
noun
one that carries a

sandapilo
sandapilō
cross-reference

sandaraca
sandaraca
noun
Sandarach

sandaracatus
sandaracātus
adjective
mixed with sandarach

sandaraceus
sandaraceus
adjective
of sandarach

sandaracha
sandaracha
noun
Sandarach

sandaracinus
sandaracīnus
adjective
of the color of sandarach

sandaresus
sandarēsus
noun
a precious stone found in India and Arabia

sanderaca
sanderaca
noun
Sandarach

sanderacinus
sanderacīnus
adjective
of the color of sandarach

sandix
sandix
noun
vermilion or a color like vermilion

sandyx
sandyx
noun
vermilion or a color like vermilion

sane
sānē
adverb
Soundly

sanesco
sānescō
verb
to become sound

Sangarius
Sangarius
noun
a river in Phrygia and Bitnynia

Sangarius
Sangarius
adjective
of Sagaris

Sangualis
Sanguālis
adjective
of or belonging to Sancus

Sangualis
Sanguālis
adjective

sanguen
sanguen
noun

sanguiculus
sanguiculus
noun
a blood-pudding

sanguilentus
sanguilentus
adjective

sanguilentus
sanguilentus
adjective
full of blood

sanguinalis
sanguinālis
adjective

sanguinaris
sanguināris
adjective
of or belonging to blood

sanguinarius
sanguinārius
adjective
of or belonging to blood

sanguinatio
sanguinātiō
noun
a bleeding

sanguineus
sanguineus
adjective
of blood

sanguino
sanguinō
verb
to be bloody

sanguinolentia
sanguinolentia
noun
a congestion

sanguinolentus
sanguinolentus
adjective
full of blood

sanguinosus
sanguinōsus
adjective

sanguis
sanguis
noun
blood

sanguisuga
sanguisūga
noun
a blood-sucker

sanies
sanies
noun
Diseased or corrupted blood

sanifer
sānifer
adjective
health-bringing

saniosus
saniōsus
adjective
full of bloody matter

sanitas
sānitās
noun
soundness of body

saniter
sāniter
cross-reference

saniter
sāniter
adverb
rationally

sanna
sanna
noun
a mimicking grimace

sannat
sannat
cross-reference

sannator
sannātor
cross-reference

Sanniga
Sanniga
noun
a people in Pontus

sannio
sanniō
noun
one who makes mimicking grimaces

Sannus
Sannus
noun
a people in Pontus

sano
sānō
verb
to make sound

Sanqualis
Sanquālis
adjective
of or belonging to Sancus

santerna
santerna
noun
borax or mountaingreen

Santones
Santones
noun
a people of Aquitania

Santonicus
Santonicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Santoni

Santonis
Santonis
noun

Santonus
Santonus
noun
a people of Aquitania

Santonus
Santonus
noun

Santonus
Santonus
adjective
of or belonging to the Santoni

Santra
Santra
noun
a famous grammarian

sanus
sānus
adjective
sound

Saoces
Saōcēs
noun
a mountain in Samothrace

sapa
sapa
noun
must or new wine boiled thick

Sapaeus
Sapaeus
noun
a Thracian people on the Propontis

Sape
Sapē
noun
a city in Ethiopia on the Arabian gulf

sapenos
sapenos
noun
a bright hyacinth-colored amethyst found in India

saperda
sāperda
noun
an inferior kind of salt fish from the Black Sea

saphon
saphōn
noun
a ship's cable

sapide
sapidē
adverb
savorily

sapidus
sapidus
adjective
well-tasted

sapiens
sapiens
adjective

sapiens
sapiens
adjective
a sensible

sapiens
sapiens
adjective
wise

sapienter
sapienter
adverb
sensibly

sapientia
sapientia
noun
good taste

sapientialis
sapientiālis
adjective
of or belonging to wisdom

sapientipotens
sapientipotens
adjective
mighty in wisdom

Sapineus
Sāpineus
adjective

sapineus
sapīneus
adjective
of or belonging to the

Sapinius
Sāpinius
adjective
of the Sapis

sapinus
sapīnus
noun
a kind of fir- or pine-tree

sapio
sapiō
verb
to taste

Sapis
Sāpis
noun
a river in Cisalpine Gaul and Umbria

sapo
sāpō
noun
soap

saponatum
sāpōnātum
noun
soap-water

sapor
sapor
noun
a taste

saporatus
sapōrātus
adjective
seasoned

saporosus
sapōrōsus
adjective
of good flavor

saporus
sapōrus
adjective
that relishes well

Sapphar
Sapphar
noun
a city in Arabia Felix

Sapphicus
Sapphicus
adjective

Sapphicus
Sapphicus
adjective
of or belonging to Sappho

sapphiratus
sapphīrātus
adjective
adorned or set with sapphires

sapphirinus
sapphīrinus
adjective
of sapphire

sapphirus, sapphir
sapphīrus, sapphir
noun
a sapphire

Sappho
Sapphō
noun
a celebrated poetess

sappineus
sappīneus
adjective
of or belonging to the

sappinus
sappīnus
noun
a kind of fir- or pine-tree

Sappinus
Sappīnus
noun

sappir
sappir
noun
a sapphire

sappiratus
sappīrātus
adverb

sappirus
sappīrus
adverb

sappium
sappium
noun

Sapriportus
Sapriportus
noun
a harbor between Sybaris and Tarentum

saprophago
saprophagō
verb
to eat putrid meat

sapros
sapros
adjective
rotten

sapsa
sapsa
cross-reference
his

Sara
Sara
cross-reference

Sara
Sara
noun
The city of Tyre

saraballa
saraballa
noun
wide trowsers

sarabarum
sarabārum
noun
wide trowsers

Saracenus
Saracēnus
noun
the Saracens

Saranus
Sarānus
noun
a surname

sarcasmos
sarcasmos
noun
a keen or bitter jest

sarcimen
sarcīmen
noun
a seam

sarcina
sarcina
noun
a package

sarcinalis
sarcinālis
adjective
of or belonging to burdens or baggage

sarcinarius
sarcinārius
adjective
of or belonging to burdens or baggage

sarcinator
sarcinātor
noun
a patcher

sarcinatrix
sarcinātrix
noun
she that mends or patches

sarcinatus
sarcinātus
adjective
laden

sarcinosus
sarcinōsus
adjective
heavily burdened

sarcinula
sarcinula
noun
a little pack

sarcio
sarciō
verb
to patch

sarcion
sarcion
noun
a fault or defect in emeralds

sarcites
sarcītēs
noun
a precious stone

sarcocolla
sarcocolla
noun
a Persian gum

sarcophagum
sarcophagum
noun

sarcophagus
sarcophagus
noun

sarcophagus
sarcophagus
adjective
a kind of limestone used for coffins

sarcosis
sarcōsis
noun
a swelling in the flesh

sarculatio
sarculātiō
noun
a hoeing

sarculo
sarculō
verb
to hoe

sarculum
sarculum
noun
a light hoe

sarculus
sarculus
noun

sarda
sarda
noun
A kind of fish

Sarda
Sarda
noun
a Sardinian woman

sardachates
sardachātēs
noun
sardachate

Sardanapalicus
Sardanapālicus
adjective
of or pertaining to Sardanapalus

Sardanapallus
Sardanapallus
noun
a celebrated effeminate king of Assyria

Sardanapalus
Sardanapālus
noun
a celebrated effeminate king of Assyria

sardare
sardārē
adverb

Sardes
Sardes
noun

Sardianus
Sardiānus
adjective
of or belonging to Sardis

Sardianus
Sardiānus
noun

Sardianus
Sardiānus
noun
the inhabitants of Sardis

sardina
sardina
noun

sardina
sardina
noun
A kind of fish

Sardinia
Sardinia
noun

Sardinia
Sardinia
noun
the island of Sardinia

Sardinianus
Sardiniānus
adjective

Sardinianus
Sardiniānus
adjective
Sardinian

Sardiniensis
Sardiniensis
adjective
Sardinian

Sardiniensis
Sardiniensis
adjective

sardinus
sardīnus
adjective

Sardis
Sardis
noun
Sardis

sardius
sardius
adjective
sardian

sardius
sardius
noun
the carnelian

sardo
sardō
verb
to understand

Sardonia herba
Sardonia herba
expression

sardonichus
sardonichus
adjective
of sardonyx

Sardonius
Sardonius
adjective
Sardinian

sardonychatus
sardonychātus
adjective
adorned with a sardonyx

sardonyx
sardonyx
noun
a precious stone

Sardous
Sardōus
adjective
Sardinian

Sards
Sards
noun
Sardis

Sardus
Sardus
adjective

Sardus
Sardus
adjective
Sardinian

Sardus
Sardus
noun
the inhabitants of the island of Sardinia

Sare
Sarē
noun
a village in Thrace

sargus
sargus
noun
a kind of sea-fish

sari
sarī
noun
a shrub growing on the banks of the Nile

sario
sariō
verb
to hoe

sario
sariō
verb

saripha
saripha
noun
a shrub growing on the banks of the Nile

sarisa
sarīsa
noun
A long Macedonian lance

sarisissa
sarīsissa
noun
A long Macedonian lance

sarisophoros
sarīsophoros
noun
a Macedonian lancer

sarissophoros
sarissophoros
noun
a Macedonian lancer

saritio
sarītiō
noun
a hoeing

saritorius
sarītōrius
cross-reference

saritorius
sarītōrius
adjective
of or belonging to hoeing or weeding

saritura
sarītūra
noun
a hoeing

saritura
sarītūra
cross-reference

sarmadacus
sarmadacus
noun

Sarmata
Sarmata
noun
the Sarmatians

Sarmata
Sarmata
noun
a Sarmatian

Sarmatia
Sarmatia
noun
the country of the Sarmatians

Sarmatia, Sarmatice, Sarmaticus
Sarmatia, Sarmaticē, Sarmaticus
expression

Sarmatice
Sarmaticē
adverb
like the Sarmatians

Sarmaticus
Sarmaticus
adjective
Sarmatian

Sarmatis
Sarmatis
cross-reference

Sarmatis
Sarmatis
noun
adj. f

sarmen
sarmen
noun
twigs

sarmenticius
sarmentīcius
adjective
of or belonging to twigs

sarmenticius
sarmentīcius
noun
the Christians

sarmentius
sarmentius
adjective
of or belonging to twigs

sarmentosus
sarmentōsus
adjective
full of twigs or little branches

sarmentum
sarmentum
noun
twigs

Sarnus
Sarnus
noun
a river in Campania

Saronicus sinus
Sarōnicus sinus
expression
the Saronic Gulf

Sarpedon
Sarpēdōn
noun
a son of Jupiter and Europa

sarpo
sarpō
verb
to cut off

sarptus
sarptus
adjective

Sarra
Sarra
noun
The city of Tyre

sarracius
sarrācius
adjective
sawshaped

sarracum
sarrācum
noun
A kind of wagon or cart

Sarranus
Sarrānus
adjective

Sarranus
Sarrānus
adjective
of or belonging to Sarra

Sarrastis
Sarrastis
noun
a people of Campania

sarrio
sarriō
verb
to hoe

sarritio
sarrītiō
noun
a hoeing

sarritor
sarrītor
noun
A hoer

sarritorius
sarrītōrius
adjective
of or belonging to hoeing or weeding

sarritura
sarrītūra
noun
a hoeing

sarritus
sarrītus
adjective

Sarsina
Sarsina
noun
An ancient town in Umbria

Sarsinas
Sarsinas
noun
the inhabitants of Sarsina

Sarsinatis
Sarsinātis
adjective
of or belonging to Sarsina

sarsurius
sarsūrius
adjective
mending

sartago
sartāgō
noun
A frying-pan

sartatecta
sartatecta
cross-reference

sarte
sartē
adverb
P. a. init

sartio
sartiō
noun
a hoeing

sartor
sartor
noun
A hoer

sartor
sartor
noun
a patcher

sartor
sartor
cross-reference

sartrix
sartrix
noun
she who patches or mends

sartura
sartūra
noun

sartura
sartūra
noun
a hoeing

sartura
sartūra
noun
a patching

sartus
sartus
adjective

sartus
sartus
adjective
mended

sas
sas
cross-reference

Saserna
Saserna
noun
a friend of Antony

Saso
Sāsō
noun
a small island near the promontory Acroceraunia

Sason
Sāson
noun
a small island near the promontory Acroceraunia

Sassia
Sassia
noun
the name of the mother of Cluentius

Sassina
Sassina
noun
An ancient town in Umbria

Sassinas
Sassinas
noun
the inhabitants of Sarsina

Sassinas
Sassinas
adjective
of or belonging to Sarsina

Sassius
Sassius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens.

Sassula
Sassula
noun
a town of Latium

sat
sat
cross-reference
enough

sat
sat
adverb

sat
sat
adverb
enough

sat
sat
cross-reference
clause

satagito
satagitō
verb

satagius
satagius
adjective
that troubles or vexes himself

satago
satagō
verb

Satan
Satan
noun
an adversary

Satanas
Satanās
noun
an adversary

satelles
satelles
noun
an attendant

satellitium
satellitium
noun
an escort

Sateurnus
Sāteurnus
noun
Saturn

satianter
satianter
adverb
sufficiently

satias
satias
noun
a sufficiency

satiate
satiātē
adverb
sufficiently

satiate
satiātē
adverb
fin. adv

Saticula
Satīcula
noun
a town of Samnium

Saticulanus
Satīculānus
adjective
of or belonging to Saticula

Saticulanus
Satīculānus
noun
the inhabitants of Saticula

Saticulus
Satīculus
noun
a Saticulan

saties
saties
noun
a sufficiency

saties
satiēs
noun

satietas
satietās
noun
a sufficiency

satio
satiō
verb
to fill

satio
satiō
noun
a sowing

satira
satira
noun
a satire

satira
satira
noun

Satiricon
Satiricon
noun
the title of a work of Petronius

satiricus
satiricus
adjective
of or belonging to

satiricus
satiricus
noun
a writer of satires

satirographus
satirographus
noun
a writer of satires

satis
satis
adverb
enough

satis
satis
cross-reference
enough

satis
satis
cross-reference
Le

satisacceptio
satisacceptiō
noun
a taking of security

satis acceptio
satis acceptiō
noun
a taking of security

satisdatio
satisdatiō
noun
The satisfaction of a creditor

satis datio
satis datiō
noun
The satisfaction of a creditor

satisdato
satisdatō
adverb

satisdator
satisdator
noun
one who gives security

satisdo
satisdō
cross-reference

satisfacio
satisfaciō
verb
to give satisfaction

satisfactio
satisfactiō
noun
A satisfying

satisfactionalis
satisfactiōnālis
adjective
making amends

satius
satius
cross-reference

Satius
Sātius
adjective
of or belonging to the Saturnalia

sativus
satīvus
adjective
that is sown or planted

sator
sator
noun
a sower

satorius
satōrius
adjective
of or belonging to sowing or planting

satrapa
satrapa
noun
a governor of a province

satrapea
satrapēa
noun

satrapea
satrapēa
noun
the office or province of a satrap

satrapes
satrapēs
noun
a governor of a province

satrapia
satrapia
noun
the office or province of a satrap

satraps
satraps
noun
a governor of a province

satraps
satraps
adjective

Satricanus
Satricānus
noun
the inhabitants of Satricum

Satricum
Satricum
noun
an ancient town in Latium

Satricus
Satricus
noun
the name of a warrior

satullo
satullō
verb
to satisfy

satullus
satullus
adjective
filled

satum
satum
noun
a Hebrew measure

satum
satum
noun
standing corn

satum
satum
noun

satur
satur
adjective
full

satura
satura
noun

satura
satura
noun
a satire

satura
satura
noun
a dish filled with various kinds of fruits

saturabilis
saturābilis
cross-reference

Saturae palus
Saturae palūs
expression
a lake in Latium

saturamen
saturāmen
noun
a filling

saturanter
saturanter
adverb
sufficiently

saturatim
saturātim
adverb

saturatio
saturātiō
noun
filling

saturator
saturātor
noun
a filler

saturatus
saturātus
adjective

saturatus
saturātus
adjective
full

Satureianus
Saturēiānus
adjective
the appellation of a region in Appulia

satureium
saturēium
noun
the common name for the pot-herb

Saturio
Saturiō
noun
The name of a lost comedy of Plautus

saturitas
saturitās
noun
fulness

Saturnalicius
Sāturnālicius
adjective
of or belonging to the Saturnalia

Saturnalis
Sāturnālis
adjective
of or belonging to Saturn

Saturnalium
Sāturnālium
noun
a general festival in honor of Saturn

Saturnia
Sāturnia
noun
Juno

Saturniacus
Sāturniacus
adjective
of Saturn

Saturnigena
Sāturnigena
noun
offspring of Saturn

Saturninus
Sāturnīnus
noun
a Roman surname

Saturnius
Sāturnius
noun
Jupiter

Saturnius
Sāturnius
adjective
of or belonging to Saturn

Saturnius
Sāturnius
noun
the inhabitants of the old town of Saturnia

Saturnus
Sāturnus
noun
the planet Saturn

Saturnus
Sāturnus
noun
Saturn

saturo
saturō
verb
to fill

satus
satus
adjective

satus
satus
noun
a sowing

satyra
satyra
noun
a satire

satyriasis
satyriasis
noun
excessive sexual excitement

Satyricon
Satyricon
adjective
of or belonging to

Satyricus
Satyricus
adjective
of or belonging to

satyricus
satyricus
adjective
of or belonging to

satyricus
satyricus
adjective
Of or belonging to Satyrs

satyrion
satyrion
noun
a plant that excited lust

satyrios
satyrios
noun
a plant that excited lust

Satyriscus
Satyriscus
noun
a little Satyr

satyrographus
satyrographus
noun
a writer of satires

satyrus
satyrus
noun
A kind of ape

saucaptis
saucaptis
noun
a fictitious spice

sauciatio
sauciātiō
noun
a wounding

saucietas
saucietās
noun
a hurting

saucio
sauciō
verb
to wound

saucius
saucius
adjective
wounded

Saufeia
Saufēia
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Saufeius
Saufēius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Saul
Saūl
noun
the first king of the Jews

Saulus
Saulus
noun
Saul

saumarius
saumārius
cross-reference

Sauracte
Sauracte
noun
a high mountain in Etruria

Saurea
Saurea
noun
the name of a slave

saurion
saurion
noun
mustard

sauritis
saurītis
noun
a precious stone

saurix
saurix
cross-reference

Sauroctonos
Saūroctonos
noun
the lizard-killer

Sauromata
Sauromata
noun

Sauromata
Sauromata
noun
the country of the Sarmatians

Sauromata
Sauromata
noun
the Sarmatians

Sauromates
Sauromatēs
noun
the country of the Sarmatians

Sauromates
Sauromatēs
noun

Sauromatis
Sauromatis
noun

Saus
Saus
noun
a river in Pannonia

Savaria
Savāria
noun
a city in Pannonia

Savensis
Sāvensis
adjective
lying upon or adjoining the Save

saviatio
sāviātiō
noun
a kissing

savillum
savillum
noun
a cheese-cake

savillum
sāvillum
noun
a kind of sweet cake

savio
sāviō
verb

savior
sāvior
verb
to kiss

saviolum
sāviolum
noun
a little kiss

savio, saviolum, savior, savium
sāvio, sāviolum, sāvior, sāvium
expression

savium
sāvium
noun
A mouth

savrix
savrix
cross-reference

Savus
Sāvus
noun
a river in Pannonia

Saxa
Saxa
noun
a surname of

saxatiles
saxātiles
noun
fishes that frequent rocks

saxatilis
saxātilis
adjective
that dwells or is found among rocks

saxetanus
saxētānus
adjective

Saxetanus
Saxētānus
adjective
of or belonging to Sex

saxetum
saxētum
noun
a rocky place

saxeus
saxeus
adjective
of rock

saxialis
saxiālis
adjective
of rock or stone

saxifer
saxifer
adjective
stone-bearing

saxificus
saxificus
adjective
that turns into stone

saxifragus
saxifragus
adjective
stone-breaking

saxigenus
saxigenus
adjective
born or sprung from stone

saxiperium
saxipērium
noun
a bag to hold stones for slinging

saxitas
saxitās
noun
stony nature

Saxo
Saxō
noun
a Saxon

Saxones
Saxones
noun
the Saxons

Saxonia
Saxonia
noun
the country of the Saxons

saxositas
saxōsitās
noun
stony nature

saxosum
saxōsum
noun
rocky or stony places

saxosus
saxōsus
adjective
full of rocks or stones

saxulum
saxulum
noun
a little rock

saxum
saxum
noun
any large

saxuosus
saxuōsus
adjective
full of rocks or stones

saxuosus
saxuōsus
adjective

sc
sc
noun
an over-ripe

scabellum
scabellum
noun
A low stool

scaber
scaber
adjective
rough

scabidus
scabidus
adjective
scabby

scabies
scabies
noun
a roughness

scabillarius
scabillārius
noun
players on the scabellum

scabillum
scabillum
noun
A low stool

scabiola
scabiola
noun
the scab

scabiosus
scabiōsus
adjective
Rough

scabitudo
scabitūdō
noun
an itching

scabo
scabō
verb
to scratch

scabratus
scābrātus
adjective
made rough

scabredo
scābrēdō
noun
a roughness of the skin

scabreo
scābreō
verb
to be scurfy

scabres
scābrēs
noun
the scab

scabridus
scābridus
adjective
rough

scabritia
scābritia
noun
roughness

scabrities
scābrities
noun
roughness

scabrosus
scābrōsus
adjective
rough

scaena
scaena
noun
the stage

scaenalis
scaenālis
adjective
of or belonging to the stage

scaenarius
scaenārius
adjective
of or belonging to the stage

scaenaticus
scaenāticus
noun
a stageplayer

scaenatilis
scaenātilis
adjective
of or belonging to the stage

scaenica
scaenica
noun
a female player

scaenice
scaenicē
adverb
theatrically

scaenicus
scaenicus
adjective
of or belonging to the stage

scaenicus
scaēnicus
noun
a player

scaenographia
scaenographīa
noun
a drawing in perspective

scaeo
scaeō
verb

scaeptrum
scaeptrum
noun
a royal staff

scaeva
scaeva
noun
a sign or token in the sky

scaeva
scaeva
noun

scaeva
scaeva
noun
a lefthanded person

Scaeva
Scaeva
noun
a Roman surname

scaevitas
scaevitās
noun
Awkwardness

Scaevola
Scaevola
noun
A surname of

Scaevula
Scaevula
noun
A surname of

scaevus
scaevus
adjective
left

scala
scāla
noun
steps

scala
scāla
noun
steps

scalare
scālāre
noun
a flight of stairs or steps

scalaris
scālāris
adjective
of or belonging to a flight of steps or a ladder

scalarius
scālārius
noun
stairmakers

scalars
scālārs
noun

Scaldis
Scaldis
noun
the Scheldt

scalenus
scalēnus
adjective
of unequal sides

scalmus
scalmus
noun
a peg to which an oar was strapped

scalpellum
scalpellum
noun
a small surgical knife

scalpellus
scalpellus
noun
a small surgical knife

scalper
scalper
noun
a sharp cutting instrument

scalper
scalper
noun

scalpo
scalpō
verb
To cut

scalpratus
scalprātus
adjective
having a sharp or cutting edge

scalprum
scalprum
noun
a sharp cutting instrument

scalptor
scalptor
noun
a cutter

scalptorium
scalptōrium
noun
an instrument for scratching one's self

scalptura
scalptūra
noun
A cutting

scalpturigo
scalpturīgō
noun
a scratching

scalpturio
scalptūriō
cross-reference
v. desid. n

scalpurigo
scalpurīgō
noun
a scratching

scalpurio
scalpūriō
cross-reference
v. desid. n

Scamander
Scamander
noun
A river in Troas

Scamandria
Scamandria
noun
a town on the Scamander

Scamandrius
Scamandrius
adjective
of or belonging to the river Scamander

scambus
scambus
adjective
bow-legged

scamellum
scamellum
noun

scamellum
scamellum
noun
a little bench or stool

scamillus
scamillus
noun
a little bench or stool

scamma
scamma
noun
a wrestling-place

scammonea
scammōnea
noun
scammony

scammoneum
scammōneum
noun
scammony

scammonia
scammōnia
noun
scammony

scammonites
scammōnītēs
noun
wine seasoned with scammony

scammonium
scammōnium
noun
scammony

scamnatus
scamnātus
adjective
a field whose breadth (or measurement from east to west) is greater than its length

scamnum
scamnum
noun
a bench

scandalizo
scandalizō
verb
to cause to stumble

scandalum
scandalum
noun
that which causes one to stumble

Scandia
Scandia
noun

Scandia
Scandia
cross-reference

Scandianus
Scandiānus
adjective
named from one Scandius

Scandila
Scandila
noun
an island near Eubaea

Scandile
Scandilē
noun
an island near Eubaea

Scandinavia
Scandināvia
noun
a large and fruitful island in Northern Europe

scandix
scandix
noun
the herb chervil

scando
scando
verb
to climb

scandula
scandula
noun
a shingle

scandula
scandula
noun
a very white kind of corn

scandulaca
scandulaca
cross-reference

scandularis
scandulāris
adjective
shingled

scandularius
scandulārius
noun
a shingler

scansilis
scansilis
adjective
that may be climbed

scansio
scansiō
noun
a climbing up

scansorius
scansōrius
adjective
of or for climbing

Scantianus
Scantiānus
adjective
Scantian

Scantia silva
Scantia silva
expression

Scantinius
Scantīnius
adjective
the Lex Scantinia

Scantinius
Scantīnius
noun
a Roman name

Scantius
Scantius
adjective
Scantian

Scantius
Scantius
cross-reference
name of a Roman gens. So

scapha
scapha
noun
a light boat

scaphe
scaphē
noun
a concave sundial

scaphium
scaphium
noun
a concave vessel or basin in the form of a boat

scaphula
scaphula
noun
a little boat or skiff

scapium
scapium
noun
a concave vessel or basin in the form of a boat

Scaptensula
Scaptensula
noun
a town in Thrace

Scaptesula
Scaptēsula
noun
a town in Thrace

Scaptia
Scaptia
noun
a very ancient town in Latium

Scaptiensis
Scaptiensis
adjective
of the Scaptian tribe

Scaptius
Scaptius
adjective
of Scaptia

Scapula
Scapula
noun
a Roman surname

scapula
scapula
noun

scapula
scapula
noun
the shoulder

scapula
scapula
noun
a kind of vine

scapula
scapula
noun
the shoulder-blades

scapulani horti
scapulāni hortī
expression

Scapulanus
Scapulānus
adjective
named after one Scapula

scapus
scapus
noun
a shaft

scarabaeus
scarabaeus
noun
a beetle

scardia
scardia
noun
a plant

Scardus
Scardus
noun
a mountain in Illyria

scarifatio
scarīfātiō
noun
a scratching open

scarificatio
scarīficātiō
noun
a scratching open

scarifico
scarīficō
cross-reference

scarifico
scarīficō
verb
to scratch open

scarifo
scarīfō
verb
to scratch open

scariphatio
scarīphātiō
noun
a scratching open

scaripho
scarīphō
verb
to scratch open

scaritis
scarītis
noun
a precious stone

Scarphea
Scarphēa
noun
A town of Locris

Scarpheia
Scarphēīa
noun
A town of Locris

scarus
scarus
noun
scar

scatebra
scatēbra
noun
a bubbling or gushing up

scateo
scateō
verb
to bubble

Scatinius
Scātīnius
noun
a Roman name

Scatinius
Scātīnius
adjective
the Lex Scantinia

scaturex
scatūrex
noun
a bubbling or gushing spring

scaturiginis
scatūrīginis
noun
gushing or bubbling waters

scaturiginosus
scatūrīginōsus
adjective
full of or abounding in springs

scaturio
scatūriō
verb
to stream

Scaurianus
Scauriānus
adjective
relating to Scaurus

Scaurianus
Scauriānus
adjective
with large and swollen ankles

Scaurus
Scaurus
noun
a frequent surname in the gens Aemilia and

scaurus
scaurus
adjective
with large and swollen ankles

scazon
scāzōn
noun
an iambic trimeter

scelerate
scelerātē
adverb
impiously

scelerator
scelerātor
noun
an evil doer

sceleratus
scelerātus
adjective

sceleratus
scelerātus
adjective
polluted

sceleritas
sceleritās
noun
guilt

scelero
scelerō
verb
to pollute

scelerosus
scelerōsus
adjective
full of wickedness

scelerosus
scelerōsus
noun
a wicked or vicious person

scelerus
scelerus
adjective
wicked

sceleste
scelestē
adverb
wickedly

scelestus
scelestus
adjective
wicked

sceletus
sceletus
noun
a skeleton

scelio
sceliō
noun
a wicked man

scelotyrbe
scelotyrbē
noun
a lameness in the ankles or in the knees

scelus
scelus
noun
an evil deed

scena
scēna
noun
the stage

scena
scēna
cross-reference

scenarius
scēnārius
cross-reference

scenicus
scenicus
adjective
of or belonging to the stage

scenicus
scēnicus
cross-reference

scenites
scēnītēs
noun
one who dwells in a tent

scenofactorius
scēnofactōrius
adjective
of or belonging to the making of tents

scenopegia
scēnopēgia
noun
the Jewish Feast of Tabernacles

Scepsis
Scēpsis
noun
a town in Mysia

Scepsius
Scēpsius
adjective
of or belonging to Scepsis

Scepticus
Scepticus
noun
the Sceptics

sceptos
scēptos
noun
a gust

sceptrifer
scēptrifer
adjective
sceptre-bearing

sceptriger
scēptriger
adjective
sceptre-bearing

sceptrum
scēptrum
noun
a royal staff

sceptuchus
scēptūchus
noun
a sceptre-bearer

scheda
scheda
noun
a strip of papyrus bark

scheda
scheda
cross-reference

schedula
schedula
noun
a small leaf of paper

schema
schēma
noun
a shape

schematismos
schēmatismos
noun
a figurative or florid manner of speaking

schidia
schidia
noun
a chip

schinus
schīnus
noun
the mastic-tree

schisma
schisma
noun
a split

schismaticus
schismaticus
noun
a separatist

schistos
schistos
adjective
split

Schoeneia
Schoenēia
adjective
of or pertaining to Schaeneus

Schoeneis
Schoenēis
noun
the daughter of Schaeneus

Schoeneius
Schoenēius
adjective
of or pertaining to Schaeneus

Schoeneus
Schoeneus
noun
a king of Baeotia

schoenicula
schoenicula
noun
prostitutes anointed with

Schoenis
Schoenis
noun
Atalanta

Schoenis
Schoenis
noun

schoenobates
schoenobatēs
noun
a rope-dancer

schoenum
schoenum
noun
A rush

schoenus
schoenus
noun
A rush

schola
schola
noun
Leisure given to learning

scholaris
scholāris
adjective
Of or belonging to a school

scholars
scholārs
noun
the imperial guard

scholastice
scholasticē
adverb
rhetorically

scholasticum
scholasticum
noun
school-exercises

scholasticus
scholasticus
adjective
of or belonging to a school

scholasticus
scholasticus
noun
one who teaches or studies rhetoric

scholicus
scholicus
adjective
of or belonging to a school

sciadeus
sciadeus
noun
a sea-fish

sciaena
sciaena
noun
a sea-fish

sciagraphia
sciāgraphīa
noun
a drawing in perspective

Sciapodis
Sciāpodis
noun
a fabulous people in Libya

Sciathos
Sciathos
noun
a small island in the Sinus Thermaicus

Sciathus
Sciathus
noun
a small island in the Sinus Thermaicus

scibilis
scībilis
adjective
that can be known

scida
scida
noun
a strip of papyrus bark

scidula
scidula
noun
a small leaf of paper

sciens
sciens
adjective

sciens
sciens
adjective
knowing

scienter
scienter
adverb
knowingly

scientia
scientia
noun
a knowing or being skilled in

scientiola
scientiola
noun
a little knowledge

scilicet
scīlicet
adverb
it is evident

scilla
scilla
noun
A sea-onion

scillinus
scillinus
adjective
of sea-onions or squills

scillites
scillītēs
noun
wine seasoned with squills

scilliticus
scillīticus
adjective

scimpodion
scimpodion
noun
a small bed or couch

scincos
scincos
noun
a kind of lizard

scincus
scincus
noun
a kind of lizard

scindo
scindō
verb
to cut

scindula
scindula
noun
a split piece of wood

scindula
scindula
noun
a shingle

scinifes
scinifes
noun

scintilla
scintilla
noun
a spark

scintillatio
scintillātiō
noun
a sparkling

scintillo
scintillō
verb
to sparkle

scintillula
scintillula
noun
a little spark

scio
sciō
verb
to know

sciolus
sciolus
noun
a smatterer

Sciopodes
Sciopodes
noun

Sciopodis
Sciopodis
noun
a fabulous people in Libya

sciothericon
sciothēricon
noun
a sun-dial

sciotherum
sciothērum
cross-reference

Scipiades
Scīpiadēs
adjective

Scipiades
Scīpiadēs
noun

scipio
scīpiō
noun
a staff

Scipio
Scīpiō
noun
the name of a celebrated family in the gens Cornelia

Scipionarias
Scīpionāriās
adjective

Scipionarius
Scīpiōnārius
cross-reference

Scipionarius
Scīpionārius
adjective

Scipioneus
Scīpiōneus
cross-reference

Scipioneus
Scīpiōneus
adjective
of the Scipios

scire licet
scīre licet
adverb
it is evident

scirerytis
scīrerytis
noun
a sort of silver dross

Sciron
Scīrōn
noun
A noted robber on the rocky coast between Megaris and Attica

Sciron
Scīron
noun
an Epicurean philosopher in Cicero's time

Scironis
Scīrōnis
noun
adj. f

Scironius
Scīrōnius
adjective
of Sciron

scirpea
scirpea
noun
a basket-work of rushes to form the body of a wagon

scirpeus
scirpeus
adjective
of rushes

scirpiculus
scirpiculus
noun
a basket made of rushes

scirpiculus
scirpiculus
adjective
of or made of rushes

scirpo
scirpō
verb
to plait of rushes

scirpula
scirpula
adjective
a kind of vine

scirpus
scirpus
noun
A rush

scirros
scirros
noun
a hard swelling or tumor

scirrosis
scirrōsis
noun
a hardening in the flesh

sciscitatio
sciscitātiō
noun
an asking

sciscitator
sciscitātor
noun
an inquirer

sciscitatus
sciscitātus
adjective

sciscitor
sciscitor
verb
to inform one's self

sciscito
sciscitō
verb

sciscor
sciscor
verb
to seek to know

scisco
sciscō
verb
to seek to know

scissilis
scissilis
adjective
That may easily be split

scissim
scissim
adverb
by rending

scissio
scissiō
noun
a cleaving

Scissis
Scissis
noun
a town of

scissor
scissor
noun
One who cleaves or divides

scissura
scissūra
noun
a tearing

scissus
scissus
adjective

scissus
scissus
adjective
split

scissus
scissus
adjective
rent

scissus
scissus
adjective
a rent

scitamentum
scītāmentum
noun
Delicate food

scitatio
scītātiō
noun
an asking

scite
scītē
adverb
shrewdly

scitor
scītor
verb
to seek to know

scitule
scītulē
adverb
elegantly

scitulus
scītulus
adjective
handsome

scitum
scītum
noun
an ordinance

scitum
scītum
noun

scitus
scītus
noun
a decree or ordinance of the people

scitus
scītus
adjective

scitus
scītus
adjective
knowing

sciurus
sciūrus
noun
a squirrel

scius
scius
adjective
knowing

scobina
scobīna
noun
a rasp

scobis
scobis
noun
sawdust

scobs
scobs
noun
sawdust

Scodra
Scodra
noun
a town of Dalmatia

Scodrensis
Scodrensis
noun
the inhabitants of Scodra

Scodrus
Scodrus
noun

Scodrus
Scodrus
cross-reference

scola
scola
noun
Leisure given to learning

scola
scola
noun

scolecia
scōlēcia
cross-reference

scolecion
scōlēcion
noun
a kind of scarlet berry

scolex
scōlex
noun
a kind of copper rust with the appearance of being worm-eaten

scolibrochon
scolibrochon
noun
a plant

scolopax
scolōpax
noun
a snipe

scolopendra
scolopendra
noun
A kind of multipede

scolopendrion
scolopendrion
noun
a plant

Scolos
Scōlos
noun
a city of Baeotia

scolymos
scolymos
noun
an edible kind of thistle

scomber
scomber
noun
a kind of tunny

scomma
scomma
noun
a teasing

scopa
scopa
noun
a speculation

scopa
scōpa
noun
thin branches

scopa
scōpa
noun
thin branches

scopa regia
scōpa rēgia
expression
a plant

scoparius
scōpārius
noun
a sweeper

Scopas
Scopās
noun
A famous Grecian sculptor of Paros

scopelismos
scopelismos
noun
a crime said to be practised in Arabia

scopio
scopiō
noun
the stalk or pedicle of grapes

scopis
scōpis
noun
a kind of owl

scopius
scopius
cross-reference

scopo
scōpō
verb
to brush or sweep away

scopo
scopō
verb
to investigate

scopos
scopos
noun
a mark

scopula
scōpula
noun
a little broom

scopula
scōpula
noun
a little broom

scopulosus
scopulōsus
adjective
full of rocks

scopulus
scopulus
noun
a projecting point of rock

scopus
scopus
noun
a goal

scordalia
scordalia
noun
a quarrel

scordalus
scordalus
noun
a quarrelsome fellow

scordilon
scordilon
noun

scordilon
scordilon
cross-reference

scordion
scordion
noun
a plant that smells like garlic

Scordiscus
Scordiscus
noun
A people on the borders of Illyria

scordotis
scordotis
cross-reference

scordotis
scordotis
cross-reference

Scordus
Scordus
noun
a mountain in Illyria

Scordus
Scordus
noun
a mountain of Illyria

scoria
scōria
noun
dross

scorpaena
scorpaena
noun
a sea-scorpion

scorpiacum
scorpiacum
noun
a remedy against the sting of a scorpion

scorpinaca
scorpināca
noun
a plant

scorpio
scorpiō
noun
a scorpion

scorpioctonon
scorpioctonon
noun
the scorpion-killer

scorpion
scorpion
noun
a plant

scorpionius
scorpiōnius
adjective
of or belonging to a scorpion

scorpios
scorpios
noun

scorpios
scorpios
noun
a scorpion

scorpitis
scorpītis
noun
a precious stone

scorpiuron
scorpiūron
cross-reference

scorpiuros
scorpiūros
noun
scorpion's-tail

scorpiurus
scorpiūrus
noun
scorpion's-tail

scorpius
scorpius
noun

scorpius
scorpius
noun
a scorpion

scortator
scortātor
noun
a whoremonger

scortatus
scortātus
noun
whoredom

scortea
scortea
noun
a garment of skins or leather

scortes
scortes
cross-reference

scorteus
scorteus
adjective
made of hides or leather

scortillum
scortillum
noun
a little or young harlot

scortor
scortor
verb
to employ or associate with harlots

scortulum
scortulum
cross-reference

scortum
scortum
noun
a skin

scotia
scotia
noun
A hollow moulding in the base of a column

Scotia
Scōtia
noun
the land of the Scots

Scoticus
Scōticus
adjective

Scoticus
Scōticus
adjective
of or belonging to Scotland

Scotinus
Scotīnus
noun
an epithet of Heraclitus

scotoma
scotōma
noun
dimness of vision

scotomaticus
scotōmaticus
adjective
of or belonging to dimness of vision

scotomaticus
scotōmaticus
noun
a dim-sighted person

Scotticus
Scotticus
adjective
of or belonging to Scotland

Scottus
Scottus
noun
the Scots

Scotus
Scōtus
noun

Scotus
Scōtus
noun
the Scots

Scotusa
Scotūsa
noun
A town of Macedonia

Scotusaeus
Scotūsaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Scotussa in Thessaly

Scotusaeus
Scotūsaeus
noun
the inhabitants of Scotussa

Scotussa
Scotussa
noun
A town of Macedonia

Scotussaeus
Scotussaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Scotussa in Thessaly

Scotussaeus
Scotussaeus
noun
the inhabitants of Scotussa

scrapta
scrapta
noun
an epithet of an unchaste woman

scratia
scrātia
noun
an epithet of an unchaste woman

scratta
scratta
noun
an epithet of an unchaste woman

scrattia
scrattia
noun
an epithet of an unchaste woman

screator
screātor
noun
a hawker

screatus
screātus
noun
a hawking

screo
screō
verb
to hawk

scriba
scrība
noun
a public or official writer

scribatus
scrībātus
noun
the office of a scribe or secretary

scribilita
scribilīta
noun
a kind of tart

scriblita
scriblīta
noun
a kind of tart

scriblitarius
scriblitārius
noun
a tart-baker

scribo
scrībō
verb
to write

Scribonius
Scrībōnius
noun
name of a Roman gens.

scriniarius
scrīniārius
noun
a keeper of the

scriniolum
scrīniolum
noun
a little case

scrinium
scrīnium
noun
a case

scriplum
scriplum
noun

scriplum
scriplum
noun
a scruple

scriptilis
scriptilis
adjective
that can be written

scriptio
scriptiō
noun
a writing

scriptionalis
scriptiōnālis
adjective
of or belonging to writing

scriptito
scriptitō
verb
to write often

scriptiuncula
scriptiuncula
noun
a little piece of writing

scriptlum
scriptlum
noun
the smallest division of weight

scriptlum
scriptlum
noun
a scruple

scripto
scriptō
verb
to write often

scriptor
scriptor
noun
one who writes

scriptorium
scriptōrium
noun
a metallic style for writing on wax tablets

scriptorius
scriptōrius
adjective
of or belonging to writing

scriptulum
scriptulum
noun

scriptulum
scriptulum
noun
the lines on the draught-board in the game of

scriptulum
scriptulum
noun
the smallest division of weight

scriptulum
scriptulum
noun
a scruple

scriptum
scriptum
noun
something written

scriptura
scriptūra
noun
a writing

scriptura
scriptūra
noun
a scripture

scripturarius
scriptūrārius
adjective
Of or belonging to the tax on pastures

scripturarius
scriptūrārius
noun
one who collected the tax on pasturage

scripturio
scriptūriō
verb
v. desid. n

scriptus
scriptus
adjective

scriptus
scriptus
noun
the office of a scribe or secretary

scripularis
scrīpulāris
adjective
of or amounting to a scruple

scripulatim
scrīpulātim
adverb
by scruples

scripulum
scrīpulum
noun
the smallest division of weight

scripulum
scrīpulum
noun
a scruple

scriuplum
scrīuplum
noun
a small sharp or pointed stone

scrobiculus
scrobiculus
noun
a little ditch or trench

scrobis
scrobis
noun
a ditch

scrobs
scrobs
noun
a ditch

scrofa
scrōfa
noun
a breeding-sow

Scrofa
Scrōfa
noun
a Roman surname

scrofinus
scrōfīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a sow

scrofipascus
scrōfipascus
noun
one who keeps or breeds sows

scrofula
scrōfula
noun
a swelling of the glands of the neck

scrotum
scrōtum
noun
the scrotum

scrupea
scrūpea
noun
difficulty

scrupeda
scrūpeda
noun
hobbling

scrupeus
scrūpeus
adjective
consisting of pointed or sharp stones

scrupipeda
scrūpipeda
noun
hobbling

scrupipeda
scrūpipeda
cross-reference

scruposus
scrūpōsus
adjective
full of sharp or rough stones

scrupularis
scrūpulāris
cross-reference

scrupularis
scrūpulāris
adjective
of or amounting to a scruple

scrupulatim
scrūpulātim
cross-reference

scrupulatim
scrūpulātim
adverb
by scruples

scrupulose
scrūpulōsē
adverb
carefully

scrupulositas
scrūpulōsitās
noun
over-nicety

scrupulosus
scrūpulōsus
adjective
full of small sharp or pointed stones

scrupulum
scrūpulum
noun

scrupulum
scrūpulum
noun
the smallest division of weight

scrupulus
scrūpulus
noun
a small sharp or pointed stone

scrupus
scrūpus
noun
a rough or sharp stone

scrutans
scrūtans
adjective
that most closely examines

scrutanter
scrūtanter
adverb

scrutanter
scrūtanter
verb
searchingly

scrutaria
scrūtāria
noun
the business of a

scrutarium
scrūtārium
cross-reference

scrutarius
scrūtārius
adjective
of or belonging to trash

scrutarius
scrūtārius
noun
a dealer in second-hand clothes

scrutatio
scrūtātiō
noun
a searching

scrutator
scrūtātor
noun
a searcher

scrutatrix
scrūtātrix
noun
she that searches

scrutatus
scrūtātus
adjective

scrutillus
scrūtillus
noun
a pork-sausage

scrutinium
scrūtinium
noun
a search

scrutor
scrūtor
verb
to search carefully

scrutor
scrūtor
verb

scruto
scrūtō
verb
searchingly

scruto
scrūtō
verb

scrutum
scrūtum
noun
old or broken stuff

sculna
sculna
noun
a mediator

sculpo
sculpō
verb
to carve

sculponea
sculpōnea
noun
an inferior kind of wooden shoe

sculponeatus
sculpōneātus
adjective
wearing wooden shoes

sculptile
sculptile
noun
a carved image

sculptilis
sculptilis
adjective
formed or produced by carving

sculptor
sculptor
noun
one who cuts

sculptura
sculptūra
noun
a cutting out

sculpturatus
sculptūrātus
adjective
of or belonging to sculpture

sculptus
sculptus
adjective

scultatoris
scultātōris
noun
a sort of guards

Scultenna
Scultenna
noun
a river of Upper Italy

scurra
scurra
noun
an elegant

scurrilis
scurrīlis
adjective
buffoonlike

scurrilitas
scurrīlitās
noun
buffoonery

scurriliter
scurrīliter
adverb
like a buffoon

scurror
scurror
verb
to act the part of a jester

scurrula
scurrula
noun
a little buffoon

scuta
scūta
noun

scutale
scūtāle
noun
the thong of a sling

scutaneus
scūtāneus
adjective
like an oblong shield

scutarius
scūtārius
adjective
Of or belonging to a shield

scutarius
scūtārius
noun
A shield-maker

scutatus
scūtātus
adjective
Armed with a scutum (a long shield)

scutatus
scūtātus
noun
troops bearing shields

scutella
scutella
noun
a salver or waiter

scutica
scutica
noun
a lash

scutigerulus
scūtigerulus
noun
a shield-bearer

scutilum
scutilum
cross-reference

scutra
scūtra
noun
a flat tray

scutriscum
scutriscum
noun
a little dish

scutula
scutula
noun
A wooden roller or cylinder

scutula
scutula
noun
a little dish or platter

scutulatum
scutulātum
noun
a checked or chequered garment

scutulatus
scutulātus
adjective
diamond- or lozenge-shaped

scutulum
scūtulum
noun
A small shield

scutum
scūtum
noun
An oblong shield

scutus
scūtus
noun
An oblong shield

scybilites
scybilītēs
noun
a kind of wine in Galatia

Scydra
Scydra
noun
a city of Macedonia

Scylace
Scylacē
noun
a city of Asia Minor

Scylaceum
Scylacēum
noun
a town on the coast of Bruttium

Scylaceus
Scylacēus
adjective
of or belonging to

Scylacium
Scylacīum
noun
a town on the coast of Bruttium

Scylax
Scylax
noun
a native of Halicarnassus

Scylla
Scylla
noun
A celebrated rock between Italy and Sicily

Scyllaeus
Scyllaeus
adjective

Scyllaeus
Scyllaeus
adjective
Scyllaean

Scyllaeus
Scyllaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Scylla

scymnus
scymnus
noun
a young animal

scyphulus
scyphulus
noun
a small cup

scyphus
scyphus
noun
a cup

Scyreis
Scȳrēis
noun
a Scyrian maiden

Scyreis, Scyreticus
Scȳrēis, Scȳrēticus
expression

Scyreticus
Scȳrēticus
adjective
of Scyros

Scyriadis
Scȳriadis
noun
Scyrian maidens

Scyrias
Scȳrias
noun
adj. f

Scyrias
Scȳrias
cross-reference

Scyrita
Scyrīta
noun
a fabled people of India

Scyrius
Scȳrius
adjective
of or belonging to Scyros

Scyrius
Scȳrius
cross-reference

Scyros
Scȳros
noun
an island of the Aegean Sea

Scyrus
Scȳrus
noun

Scyrus
Scȳrus
noun
an island of the Aegean Sea

scytala
scytala
noun
A wooden roller or cylinder

scytale
scytalē
noun

scytale
scytalē
noun
A wooden roller or cylinder

Scytalosagittipelliger
Scytalosagittipelliger
noun
the Club-shaft-and-hide-bearer

scytanum
scytānum
noun
a means to facilitate the taking of colors

Scytha
Scytha
noun
a Scythian

Scytha
Scytha
noun
Scythian

Scythes
Scythēs
noun
a Scythian

Scythes
Scythēs
noun
Scythian

Scythia
Scythia
noun
the country of the Scythians

Scythice
Scythicē
noun

Scythicus
Scythicus
adjective
Scythian

Scythis
Scythis
noun

Scythissa
Scythissa
noun
a Scythian woman

Scythopolis
Scythopolis
noun
a town of Palestine

Scythopolita
Scythopolīta
noun
the inhabitants of Scythopolis

Scythotaurus
Scythotaurus
noun
a Scythian tribe in the Tauric Chersonesus

scyzinum
scyzinum
noun
a kind of wine

se
adverb
half

se
adverb
pron. reflex

se
adverb
Prep

se
preposition
Without

se
prefix
half

sebaceus
sēbāceus
noun
a tallow-candle

Sebadius
Sebādius
noun
a surname

Sebadius
Sebādius
noun

sebalis
sēbālis
adjective
of tallow

Sebaste
Sebastē
noun
a city in Samaria

Sebazius
Sebāzius
noun
a surname

Sebazius
Sebāzius
noun

Sebethis
Sēbēthis
noun
adj. f

Sebethos
Sēbēthos
noun
A small stream in Campania

Sebinnus
Sēbinnus
noun
a lake in Upper Italy

sebo
sēbō
verb
to make of tallow

sebosus
sēbōsus
adjective
full of tallow or grease

Sebosus
Sēbōsus
noun
a Roman surname

sebum
sēbum
noun
tallow

secabilis
secābilis
adjective
that may be cut

secabilitas
secābilitās
noun
capacity for being cut or divided

secale
secāle
noun
a kind of grain

secamentum
secāmentum
noun
carved work

Secande
Secandē
noun
a city of Ethiopia

secedo
sēcēdō
verb
to go apart

secerno
sēcernō
verb
to put apart

secespita
secespita
noun
a long iron sacrificial knife

secessio
sēcessiō
noun
A going aside

secessiones
secessiōnes
cross-reference

secessus
sēcessus
noun
a going away

secius
sēcius
adverb

secius
sēcius
adjective
ill

secivum
secīvum
cross-reference

secludo
sēclūdō
verb
v.a

seclum
sēclum
noun
a race

seclusorium
sēclūsōrium
noun
a place for shutting up fowls

seclusus
sēclūsus
adjective
sundered

seclusus
sēclūsus
adjective

seco
secō
verb
to cut

secordia
sēcordia
noun
dulness of mind

secretarium
sēcrētārium
noun
a remote

secrete
sēcrētē
adverb

secrete
sēcrētē
adverb

secretim
sēcrētim
adverb

secretim
sēcrētim
adverb

secretio
sēcrētiō
noun
a dividing

secreto
sēcrētō
adverb

secreto
sēcrētō
adverb

secretum
sēcrētum
noun
something secret

secretum
sēcrētum
noun
retirement

secretus
sēcrētus
adjective

secretus
sēcrētus
adjective
severed

secta
secta
noun
a trodden or beaten way

sectaculum
sectāculum
noun
a succession

sectarius
sectārius
adjective
gelded

sectatio
sectātiō
noun
a pursuing or striving after

sectator
sectātor
noun
a follower

sectilis
sectilis
adjective
Cut

sectio
sectiō
noun
a cutting

sectius
sectius
adjective
ill

sectius
sectius
cross-reference

sectivus
sectīvus
adjective
that may be cut

sector
sector
verb
v. dep. freq. a

sector
sector
noun
one who cuts or cuts off

sectorius
sectōrius
adjective
of or belonging to the purchase of captured or confiscated effects

sectrix
sectrix
noun
she that purchases confiscated goods

sectum
sectum
noun
parts of the body operated upon

sectura
sectūra
noun
a cutting

sectus
sectus
adjective

sectus
sectus
participle

secubatio
sēcubātiō
noun
a lying or sleeping alone

secubitus
sēcubitus
noun
a lying or sleeping alone

secubo
sēcubō
verb
To lie alone

secula
secula
noun
a sickle

secularis
sēculāris
adjective
of or belonging to a

secularis
sēculāris
cross-reference

seculum
sēculum
cross-reference

seculum
sēculum
noun
a race

secum
sēcum
cross-reference

Secunda
Secunda
noun
a Roman proper name

secunda
secunda
noun
the second or inferior parts

secunda
secunda
noun
the after-birth

secundanus
secundānus
adjective
the second in rank or order

secundanus
secundānus
noun
soldiers of the second legion

secundarius
secundārius
adjective
Of or belonging to the second class

secundatus
secundātus
noun
the second place or rank

secunde
secundē
adverb
favorably

secundicerius
secundicērius
noun
a functionary of the second rank

secundina
secundīna
noun
the after-birth

secundo
secundō
adverb
Secondly

secundo
secundō
verb
To direct favorably

secundum
secundum
adverb
After

secundum
secundum
noun
favorable circumstances

secundus
secundus
adjective
following

Secundus
Secundus
noun
a Roman proper name

secure
sēcūrē
adverb
Carelessly

securiclata
secūriclāta
noun
a weed growing among lentils

securiclatus
secūriclātus
adjective
Shaped like a hatchet-head

securicula
secūricula
noun
A little axe

securidaca
secūridāca
cross-reference

securifer
secūrifer
adjective
axe-bearing

securiger
secūriger
adjective
axe-bearing

securis
secūris
noun
an axe or hatchet

securitas
sēcūritās
noun
freedom from care

securiter
sēcūriter
adverb

securus
sēcūrus
adjective
free from care

secus
secus
noun

secus
secus
adjective
inferior

secus
secus
noun
A sex

secutio
secūtiō
noun
a following after

secutor
secūtor
noun
one that follows another

secutorius
secūtōrius
adjective
following

secutrix
secūtrix
noun
a follower

secutuleius
secūtulēius
adjective
that follows or runs after others

sed
sēd
preposition
Without

sed
sēd
cross-reference

sed
sēd
cross-reference

sed
sed
conjunction
but

sed
sēd
adverb
Prep

sedamen
sēdāmen
noun
a means of allaying

sedate
sēdātē
adverb
calmly

sedatio
sēdātiō
noun
an allaying

sedator
sēdātor
noun
an allayer

sedatus
sēdātus
adjective

sedatus
sēdātus
adjective
composed

sedda
sedda
noun
a seat

sedda
sedda
noun

sedecennis
sēdecennis
adjective
sixteen years old

sedecies
sēdecies
noun
sixteen times

sedecim
sēdecim
adjective
sixteen

sedecula
sēdēcula
noun
a little seat

sedentarius
sedentārius
adjective
of or belonging to sitting

sedeo
sedeō
verb
to sit

sedes
sēdēs
noun
a seat

sedibilis
sedibilis
adjective
capable of being sat upon

sediculum
sediculum
adjective
capable of being sat upon

Sedigitus
Sēdigitus
adjective
a Roman cognomen

sedile
sedīle
noun
a seat

sedimen
sedimen
noun
settlings

sedimentum
sedimentum
noun
a settling

seditio
sēditiō
noun
an insurrectionary separation

seditiose
sēditiōsē
adverb
seditiously

seditiosus
sēditiōsus
adjective
Full of civil discord

sedo
sēdō
verb
to allay

seduco
sēdūcō
verb
To lead aside or apart

seductibilis
sēductibilis
adjective

seductilis
sēductilis
adjective
that may be misled or seduced

seductio
sēductiō
noun
A leading or drawing aside

seductor
sēductor
noun
a misleader

seductorius
sēductōrius
adjective
seductive

seductrix
sēductrix
noun
she that seduces

seductus
sēductus
adjective
remote

seductus
sēductus
adjective
P. a

sedularium
sēdulārium
noun
seats or cushions

sedule
sēdulē
adverb
busily

sedulitas
sēdulitās
noun
Assiduity

Sedulius
Sedulius
noun
a proper name

sedulo
sēdulō
adverb
busily

sedulus
sēdulus
adjective
busy

sedum
sedum
noun
houseleek

sedum
sedum
cross-reference

Sedunus
Sedūnus
noun
a Helvetian people

Sedusius
Sedusius
noun
a people of Germany

seges
seges
noun
a cornfield

Segesta
Segesta
noun
an ancient city on the northern coast of Sicily

Segesta
Segesta
noun

Segesta
Segesta
noun
a goddess that protects the standing crops

Segestanum
Segestānum
noun
the Segestan territory

Segestanus
Segestānus
adjective

Segestanus
Segestānus
adjective
of or belonging to Segesta

Segestanus
Segestānus
noun
the inhabitants of Segesta

Segestes
Segestēs
noun
a German prince

Segestica
Segestica
noun
a town of the Celtiberi

segestra
segestra
noun
a covering

segestre
segestre
noun
a covering

segestria
segestria
noun
a covering

segetalis
segetālis
adjective
of or belonging to standing crops

Segetia
Segetia
noun
a goddess that protects the standing crops

Segimerus
Segimerus
noun
a prince of the

segmen
segmen
noun
what is cut off

segmentatus
segmentātus
adjective
ornamented with strips of tinsel

segmentum
segmentum
noun
a cutting

segne
segnē
adverb

segne
segnē
adverb

segnesco
segnescō
verb
to become slow

segnipes
segnipēs
noun
slowfool

segnis
segnis
adjective
slow

segnitas
segnitās
noun
slowness

segniter
segniter
adverb

segniter
segniter
adverb

segnitia
segnitia
noun
slowness

segnities
segnities
noun

segnities
segnities
noun
slowness

Segnus
Segnus
noun
a German tribe in Gallia Belgica

Segobriga
Sēgōbrīga
noun
the chief town of the Celtiberians

Segobrigensis
Sēgobrīgensis
noun
the inhabitants of Segobriga

Segontiacus
Segontiacus
noun
a people in the southern part of Britannia

segredior
sēgredior
verb
to withdraw

segregatim
sēgregātim
adverb
apart

segregatio
sēgregātiō
noun
a parting

segregatus
sēgregātus
adjective
more isolated

segregis
sēgregis
cross-reference

segrego
sēgregō
verb
To set apart or separate from the flock

segregus
sēgregus
adjective
apart

segregus
sēgregus
adjective

segrex
sēgrex
adjective
apart

segullum
segullum
cross-reference

segullum
segullum
noun
a kind of earth

Segusiavus
Segūsiāvus
noun
a people in

segutilum
segutilum
noun
a kind of earth

sei
seī
conjunction
if

Seia
Seia
noun
the Roman tutelary goddess of sowing

seic
seic
adverb
so

Seius
Sēius
noun
a Roman name

Seja
Sēja
noun
the Roman tutelary goddess of sowing

Sejanianus
Sējāniānus
adjective

Sejanus
Sējānus
adjective
of or belonging to Sejus

sejuga
sējuga
noun

sejuga
sējuga
noun
chariot and six

sejugatus
sējugātus
adjective

sejugis
sējugis
noun
a team of six horses

sejugis
sējugis
adjective
disjoined

sejugo
sējugō
verb
to disjoin

sejunctim
sējunctim
adverb
disjunctly

sejunctio
sējunctiō
noun
a disjunction

sejunctus
sējunctus
adjective

sejungo
sējungō
verb
to disunite

Sejus
Sējus
noun
a Roman name

selago
selāgō
noun
a plant resembling the savin-tree

selas
selas
noun
a kind of fiery meteor

selectio
sēlectiō
noun
a choosing out

selector
sēlector
noun
a chooser

selectus
sēlectus
adjective

Selene
Selēnē
noun
daughter of Ptolemy Physco

selenion
selēnion
noun
a plant

selenites
selēnītēs
noun
crystalline gypsum

selenitis
selēnītis
noun
crystalline gypsum

selenitium
selēnītium
noun
a kind of ivy

selenogonon
selēnogonon
noun

Seleucea
Seleucēa
noun
the name of several cities in Asia

Seleucia
Seleucīa
noun
the name of several cities in Asia

Seleucis
Seleucis
noun
a kind of bird on Mount Casius

Seleucus
Seleucus
noun
The name of several kings of Syria

Selgicus
Selgicus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Selga

Selgiticus
Selgiticus
adjective
of or belonging to the city of Selga

selibra
sēlibra
noun
a half-pound

seligo
sēligō
verb
separate by culling out

selinas
selīnas
noun
a kind of cabbage resembling parsley

selinon
selīnon
noun
parsley

Selinuntius
Selīnuntius
noun
the inhabitants of Selinus

Selinus
Selīnūs
noun
A town on the coast of Sicily

Selinusius
Selīnūsius
adjective
of or belonging to Selinus

seliquastrum
sēliquastrum
noun
a kind of seat or stool

sella
sella
noun
a seat

sellaria
sellāria
noun
a room furnished with seats or settles

sellariolus
sellāriolus
adjective
of or for sitting

sellaris
sellāris
noun
a saddlehorse

sellaris
sellāris
adjective
of or belonging to a seat

sellarius
sellārius
noun
one that practises lewdness upon a settle

Sellasia
Sellasia
noun
a town of Laconia

sellisternium
sellisternium
noun
religious banquets offered

sellula
sellula
noun
a little seat or stool

sellularius
sellulārius
adjective
of or belonging to a chair

sellularius
sellulārius
noun
a mechanic

Selymbria
Sēlymbria
noun
a town of Thrace

sem
sēm
prefix
half

semanimis
sēmanimis
adjective
half-alive

semanticus
sēmanticus
adjective
designating

sembella
sembella
noun
a half

semel
semel
adverb
once

Semela
Semela
noun
a daughter of Cadmus

Semele
Semelē
noun
a daughter of Cadmus

Semeleius
Semelēius
adjective
of or belonging to Semele

Semeleus
Semelēus
adjective
of Semele

semen
sēmen
noun
Seed

sementatio
sēmentātiō
noun
a sowing

sementifer
sēmentifer
adjective
seed-bearing

sementis
sēmentis
noun
A seeding

sementivus
sēmentīvus
adjective
of or belonging to seed or sowing

semento
sēmentō
verb
to bear seed

semermiermis
sēmermiermis
adjective
half-armed

semermis
sēmermis
cross-reference

semestre
sēmestre
noun
the semi-annual collection of imperial ordinances

semestris
sēmestris
adjective
semi-monthly

semestris
sēmestris
adjective
Of six months

semestrium
sēmestrium
noun
a half month

semesus
sēmēsus
adjective
half-eaten

semet
sēmet
cross-reference

semetrum
sēmetrum
noun
irregular

semi
sēmi
prefix
half

semiacerbus
sēmiacerbus
adjective
halfsour

semiadapertus
sēmiadapertus
adjective
half-opened

semiadopertulus
sēmiadopertulus
adjective
half-shut

semiagrestis
sēmiagrestis
adjective
half-rustic

semiambustus
sēmiambustus
adjective
half-burned

semiamictus
sēmiamictus
adjective
half-clad

semiamputatus
sēmiamputātus
adjective
half cut off

semianimis
sēmianimis
adjective
half-alive

semianimus
sēmianimus
adjective
half-alive

semiannuus
sēmiannuus
adjective
of or lasting half a year

semiapertus
sēmiapertus
adjective
half-opened

semiatratus
sēmiatrātus
adjective
clothed in half-black

semiaxius
sēmiaxius
noun
an appellation of the early Christians

semibarbarus
sēmibarbarus
adjective
semibarbarous

semibos
sēmibōs
noun
a half-ox

semicanaliculus
sēmicanāliculus
noun
the halfchannel or groove on the edge of a triglyph

semicanis
sēmicanis
adjective
a half-dog

semicanus
sēmicānus
adjective
half-gray

semicaper
sēmicaper
noun
a half-goat

semicentesima
sēmicentēsima
noun
one-half per cent

Semichristianus
Sēmichristiānus
noun
a half-Christian

semicinctium
sēmicinctium
noun
a semi-girdle

semicirculatus
sēmicirculātus
adjective
semicircular

semicirculus
sēmicirculus
adjective
semicircular

semicirculus
sēmicirculus
noun
a half-circle

semiclausus
sēmiclausus
adjective
half-shut

semiclusus
sēmiclūsus
adjective
half-shut

semicoctus
sēmicoctus
adjective
halfcooked

semicombustus
sēmicombustus
adjective
half-burned

semiconfectus
sēmiconfectus
adjective
half-made

semiconspicuus
sēmiconspicuus
adjective
half-visible

semicorporalis
sēmicorporālis
adjective
half-bodied

semicorporeus
sēmicorporeus
adjective
having but half its body visible

semicorporis
sēmicorporis
adjective
having half a body

semicorrectus
sēmicorrectus
adjective
half-corrected

semicrematus
sēmicremātus
adjective
half-burned

semicremus
sēmicremus
adjective
halfburned

semicrudus
sēmicrūdus
adjective
Halfraw

semicubitalis
sēmicubitālis
adjective
a half-cubit long

semicupa
sēmicūpa
noun
a halftun

semidea
sēmidea
noun
a demigoddess

semideus
sēmideus
adjective
half-divine

semidies
sēmidiēs
noun
a half-day

semidigitalis
sēmidigitālis
adjective
of the size of half a finger

semidivinus
sēmidīvīnus
adjective
half-divine

semidoctus
sēmidoctus
adjective
half-taught

semiermis
sēmiermis
adjective
half-armed

semiermus
sēmiermus
adjective
half-armed

semiesus
sēmiēsus
adjective

semiesus
sēmiēsus
adjective
half-eaten

semifactus
sēmifactus
adjective
halfmade

semifastigium
sēmifastīgium
noun
a half-pediment

semifer
sēmifer
adjective
halfbestial

semiformis
sēmiformis
adjective
halfformed

semifultus
sēmifultus
adjective
half-propped

semifumans
sēmifūmans
adjective
halfsmoking

semifunium
sēmifūnium
noun
a halfrope

Semigaetulus
Sēmigaetūlus
noun
a half-Gaetulian

Semigermanus
Sēmigermānus
adjective
halfGerman

Semigraece
Sēmigraecē
adverb
half in the Greek manner

Semigraeculus
Sēmigraeculus
noun
a little half-Greek

Semigraecus
Sēmigraecus
adjective
halfGreek

semigravis
sēmigravis
adjective
half-overcome

semigro
sēmīgrō
verb
to go away

semihians
sēmihians
adjective
halfopened

semihiulcus
sēmihiulcus
adjective
half-opened

semihomo
sēmihomō
noun
a half-man

semihora
sēmihōra
noun
a half-hour

semiinanis
sēmiinānis
adjective
halfempty

semiinteger
sēmiinteger
adjective
halfwhole

semijejunium
sēmijējūnium
noun
half-fasts

Semijudaeus
Sēmijūdaeus
noun
a half-Jew

semijugerum
sēmijūgerum
noun
a half-juger

semilacer
sēmilacer
adjective
half-lacerated

semilater
sēmilater
noun
a half-brick

semilaterium
sēmilaterium
noun
a half-brick

semilautus
sēmilautus
adjective
halfwashed

semiliber
sēmilīber
adjective
half-free

semilibra
sēmilībra
noun
a half-pound

semilixa
sēmilixa
noun
half a sutler

semilixula
sēmilixula
cross-reference
a half

semilunaticus
sēmilūnāticus
noun
half-lunatic

semimadidus
sēmimadidus
adjective
halfwet

semimarinus
sēmimarīnus
adjective
half in the sea

semimas
sēmimās
noun
a halfmale

semimasculus
sēmimasculus
noun
adj. m

semimaturus
sēmimātūrus
adjective
half-ripe

Semimedus
Sēmimēdus
noun
a half-Mede

semimetopium
sēmimetōpium
noun
half-metopes

semimitra
sēmimitra
noun
a half-turban

semimortuus
sēmimortuus
adjective
half-dead

seminalia
sēminālia
noun
standing crops

seminalis
sēminālis
adjective
of or belonging to seed

seminanis
sēminānis
adjective

seminanis
sēminānis
adjective
halfempty

seminarium
sēminārium
noun

seminarium
sēminārium
noun
a nursery

seminarius
sēminārius
adjective
of or belonging to seed

seminatio
sēminātiō
noun
a breeding

seminator
sēminātor
noun
an originator

seminecis
sēminecis
noun
half-dead

seminium
sēminium
noun
a begetting

seminiverbius
sēminiverbius
adjective
scattering words

semino
sēminō
verb
to sow

seminosus
sēminōsus
adjective
full of seeds

seminudus
sēminūdus
adjective
half-naked

Seminumida
Sēminumida
noun
a half-Numidian

semiobolus
sēmiobolus
noun
a half-obolus

semiobrutus
sēmiobrutus
adjective
half-covered

semionustus
sēmionustus
adjective
halfladen

semiorbis
sēmiorbis
noun
a half-circle

semipaganus
sēmipāgānus
noun
a half-rustic

semipatens
sēmipatens
adjective
standing half-open

semipedalis
sēmipedālis
adjective
a half-foot in size

semipedaneus
sēmipedāneus
adjective
a halffoot in size

semiperactus
sēmiperactus
adjective
half-finished

semiperemptus
sēmiperemptus
adjective
half-destroyed

semiperfectus
sēmiperfectus
adjective
half-finished

semiperitus
sēmiperītus
adjective
halfskilled

Semipersa
Sēmipersa
noun
a half-Persian

semipes
sēmipēs
noun
A half-foot

semiphalarica
sēmiphalārica
noun
a small

semipiscina
sēmipiscīna
noun
a small fishpond

Semiplacentinus
Sēmiplacentīnus
noun
a half-Placentine

semiplene
sēmiplēnē
adverb
half in full

semiplenus
sēmiplēnus
adjective
half-full

semiplotia
sēmiplotia
cross-reference

semipuella
sēmipuella
noun
a half-maiden

semipullatus
sēmipullātus
adjective
clothed in half-black

semiputatus
sēmiputātus
adjective
halfpruned

Semiramis
Semīramis
noun
the celebrated queen of Assyria

Semiramius
Semīramius
adjective
of or belonging to Semiramis

semirasus
sēmirāsus
adjective
halfshaven

semireductus
sēmireductus
adjective
half bent back

semirefectus
sēmirefectus
adjective
half-repaired

semirosus
sēmirōsus
adjective
halfgnawed

semirotundus
sēmirotundus
adjective
half-round

semirutum
sēmirutum
noun

semirutus
sēmirutus
adjective
halfpulled down

semis
sēmis
noun
a half

semisaucius
sēmisaucius
adjective
halfwounded

semisenex
sēmisenex
noun
an oldish or elderly man

semisepultus
sēmisepultus
adjective
half-buried

semisermo
sēmisermō
noun
a half-speech

semisiccus
sēmisiccus
adjective
half-dry

semisomnis
sēmisomnis
adjective
half-asleep

semisomnus
sēmisomnus
adjective
half-asleep

semisonans
sēmisonans
adjective
halfsounding

semisopitus
sēmisōpītus
adjective
half-asleep

semisoporus
sēmisopōrus
adjective
half-asleep

semispatha
sēmispatha
noun
a little

semissalis
sēmissālis
adjective
of or belonging to a half-

semissarius
sēmissārius
adjective
of or belonging to a half-

semissis
sēmissis
cross-reference

semisso
sēmissō
verb
to fire or cauterize one half

semisupinus
sēmisupīnus
adjective
half bent backwards

semita
sēmita
noun
a narrow way

semitactus
sēmitactus
adjective
half-touched

semitalis
sēmitālis
adjective
of or be longing to foot-paths or by-ways

semitarius
sēmitārius
adjective
of or belonging to lanes or by-ways

semitatim
sēmitātim
adverb
through byways

semitectus
sēmitectus
adjective
halfcovered

semitonium
sēmitonium
noun
a halftone

semitractatus
sēmitractātus
adjective
half-treated

semitrepidus
sēmitrepidus
adjective
halftrembling

semitritus
sēmitrītus
adjective
halfthrashed

semiustulo
sēmiustulō
cross-reference

semiustulo
sēmiustulō
verb
to half burn

semiustus
sēmiustus
adjective
half-burned

semiustus
sēmiustus
adjective

semivietus
sēmiviētus
adjective
half-shrivelled

semivigil
sēmivigil
adjective
half-awake

semivir
sēmivir
noun
a half-man

semivivus
sēmivīvus
adjective
half-alive

semivocalis
sēmivocālis
adjective
Half-sounding

semivolucris
sēmivolucris
adjective
half-winged

semivulsus
sēmivulsus
adjective
half torn to pieces

semizonarius
sēmizōnārius
noun
a maker of small girdles

semnion
semnion
noun
a plant of great virtue

Semnonis
Semnōnis
noun
a people of Northern Germany

Semo
Sēmō
noun
an ancient god that presided over the crops

semodialis
sēmodiālis
adjective
containing a half-peck

semodius
sēmodius
noun
a half-peck

semol
semol
adverb
at the same time

Semonia
Sēmōnia
noun
a goddess of the Romans that presided over the crops

semote
sēmōtē
adverb
separately

semotus
sēmōtus
adjective

semotus
sēmōtus
adjective
remote

semoveo
sēmoveō
verb
to move apart

semper
semper
adverb
ever

semperflorium
semperflōrium
noun
evergreen

semperviva
sempervīva
noun

sempervivum
sempervīvum
noun

sempervivus
sempervīvus
adjective
ever-living

sempiternē
sempiternē
adverb
always

sempiternitas
sempiternitās
noun
perpetuity

sempiterno
sempiternō
adverb
always

sempiternum
sempiternum
adverb
always

sempiternus
sempiternus
adjective
everlasting

Sempronia
Semprōnia
noun
the name of a Roman

Sempronianus
Semprōniānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Sempronius

Sempronius
Semprōnius
noun
the name of a Roman

Sempronius
Semprōnius
adjective
of or belonging to a Sempronius

semul
semul
adverb
at the same time

semuncia
sēmuncia
noun
a half-ounce

semuncialis
sēmunciālis
adjective
amounting to a half-ounce

semunciarius
sēmunciārius
adjective
amounting to a half-ounce

Semurium
Semurium
noun
a field near Rome

semustilo
sēmustilō
verb
to half burn

semustulo
sēmustulō
verb
to half burn

semustus
sēmustus
adjective
half-burned

Sena
Sēna
noun
A town on the coast of Umbria

senaculum
senāculum
noun
an open place on the Forum

Senanus
Sēnānus
adjective
of Sena

senariolus
sēnāriolus
noun
a little

senarius
sēnārius
adjective
consisting of six each

senarius
sēnārius
noun

senator
senātor
noun
a senator

senatorius
senātōrius
noun
a senator

senatorius
senātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a senator

senatrix
senātrix
noun
a female senator

senatus
senātus
noun
the council of the elders

senatusconsultum
senātusconsultum
noun

Senatusconsultum
Senatusconsultum
noun
A decree

Seneca
Seneca
noun
a surname

Senecio
Seneciō
noun
a Roman surname

senecio
seneciō
noun
a plant

senecio
seneciō
noun
an old man

senecta
senecta
noun

senecta
senecta
noun
old age

senectus
senectus
adjective
aged

senectus
senectūs
noun
Old age

Senensis
Sēnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Sena

Senensis
Sēnensis
adjective

seneo
seneō
verb
to be old

senesco
senescō
verb
to grow old

senex
senex
adjective
old

seni
sēnī
adjective
six each

Senia
Senia
noun
the name of a public bath at Rome

senica
senica
noun
an aged person

seniculus
seniculus
noun
a little old man

senideni
sēnīdēnī
adverb

Seniensis
Sēniensis
noun
a town of Etruria

Seniensis
Sēniensis
noun
the inhabitants of Sena

senilis
senīlis
adjective
of or belonging to old people

seniliter
senīliter
adverb
after the manner of an old person

senio
sēniō
noun
the number six

senior
senior
adjective

senipes
sēnipēs
adjective
six-footed

senium
senium
noun
the feebleness of age

Seno
Sēnō
noun

Seno
Senō
noun
one of the Senones

Senonicus
Senonicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Senones

Senonis
Senonis
noun
A people in

Senonis
Sēnōnis
noun
A people in

sensate
sensātē
adverb
intelligently

sensatus
sensātus
adjective
gifted with sense

sensibilis
sensibilis
adjective
that can be perceived by the senses

sensibilitas
sensibilitās
noun
The sense or meaning of words

sensibiliter
sensibiliter
adverb
by the senses

sensiculus
sensiculus
noun
a little sentence

sensifer
sensifer
adjective
producing sensation

sensificator
sensificātor
noun
that produces sensation

sensifico
sensificō
verb
to make sensible

sensificus
sensificus
adjective
producing sensation

sensilis
sensilis
adjective
sensitive

sensim
sensim
adverb
slowly

sensorium
sensōrium
noun
the seat or organ of sensation

sensualis
sensuālis
adjective
endowed with feeling or sensation

sensualitas
sensuālitās
noun
the capacity for sensation

sensualiter
sensuāliter
adverb
in a sensual manner

sensum
sensum
noun
Thoughts

sensus
sensus
adjective

sensus
sensus
noun
the faculty or power of perceiving

Senta
Senta
noun
a place in Dalmatia

sententia
sententia
noun
a way of thinking

sententialis
sententiālis
adjective
in the form of a sentence

sententialiter
sententiāliter
adverb
in the form of maxims or axioms

sententiola
sententiola
noun
a short or little sentence

sententiose
sententiōsē
adverb
Full of meaning

sententiosus
sententiōsus
adjective
full of meaning

senticetum
senticētum
noun
a thicket of briers

senticosus
senticōsus
adjective
full of briers or thorns

sentifico
sentificō
verb
to endow with feeling or sensation

sentina
sentīna
noun
the filthy water that collects in the bottom of a ship

sentinaculum
sentīnāculum
noun
an instrument for bailing out the bilge-water of a ship

Sentinas
Sentīnas
adjective
of or belonging to Sentinum

Sentinatis
Sentīnātis
noun
the inhabitants of Sentinum

sentinator
sentīnātor
noun
one who

sentino
sentīnō
verb
to bail or pump out the bilge-water from a ship

sentinosus
sentīnōsus
adjective
full of bilge-water

Sentinum
Sentīnum
noun
of or belonging to Sentinum

Sentinus
Sentīnus
noun
the deity who gives sensation to new-born infants

sentio
sentiō
verb
to discern by the senses

Sentis
Sentis
adjective
of or belonging to Sentinum

sentis
sentis
noun
A thorn

sentisco
sentiscō
verb
to perceive

Sentius
Sentius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

sentix
sentix
noun
the plant

sentosus
sentōsus
adjective
full of thorns

sentuosus
sentuōsus
adjective
full of thorns

sentus
sentus
adjective
thorny

seorsim
seorsim
adverb
asunder

seorsum
seorsum
adverb
asunder

seorsus
seorsus
adjective
sundered

seorsus
seorsus
adverb
asunder

separ
sēpār
adjective
separate

separabilis
sēparābilis
adjective
that may be separated

separate
sēparātē
adverb
separately

separatim
sēparātim
adverb
asunder

separatio
sēparātiō
noun
a sundering

separativus
sēparātīvus
adjective
of or belonging to separation

separator
sēparātor
noun
he that separates

separatrix
sēparātrix
noun
she that separates

separatus
sēparātus
adjective
separated

separatus
sēparātus
noun
a parting

separo
sēparō
verb
to disjoin

sepelibilis
sepelībilis
adjective
that may be buried

sepelio
sepeliō
verb
to bury

sepes
sēpēs
noun
a hedge

sepes
sēpēs
noun

sepes
sēpēs
adjective
six-footed

sepia
sēpia
noun
the cuttle-fish

Sepias
Sēpias
noun
a promontory of Magnesia

sepicula
sēpicula
noun
a little fence or hedge

sepicula
sēpicula
cross-reference

sepimen
sēpīmen
cross-reference

sepimen
sēpīmen
noun

sepimentum
sēpīmentum
noun
a hedge

sepimentum
sēpīmentum
cross-reference

Sepinum
Sēpīnum
noun
a town of the Samnites

sepio
sēpiō
verb
to surround with a hedge

sepio
sēpiō
verb

sepiola
sēpiola
noun
a little cuttle-fish

seplasiarium
sēplasiārium
cross-reference

seplasiarius
sēplasiārius
noun
a dealer in unguents

Seplasium
Sēplāsium
noun
a street in Capua

Seplasium
Sēplasium
noun
a street in Capua

Seplasium
Sēplasium
noun
Seplasian unguent

sepono
sēpōnō
verb
to lay apart or aside

sepositio
sēpositiō
noun
a laying aside

sepositus
sēpositus
adjective

sepositus
sēpositus
adjective

seps
seps
cross-reference

seps
seps
noun
A venomous serpent

sepse
sepse
cross-reference
pron. reflex. fem

septages
septagēs
noun
a parrot

septas
septās
noun
a parrot

septecordis
septecordis
adjective
with seven strings

septejugis
septejugis
noun

septem
septem
adjective
seven

September
September
adjective
the seventh month

septemchordis
septemchordis
adjective
with seven strings

septemdecim
septemdecim
adjective
seventeen

septemfariam
septemfāriam
cross-reference

septemfluus
septemfluus
adjective
sevenfold-flowing

septemgeminus
septemgeminus
adjective
sevenfold

septemmestris
septemmestris
adjective
of seven months

septemnerva
septemnerva
noun
an herb

septempedalis
septempedālis
adjective
of seven feet

septemplex
septemplex
adjective
sevenfold

septempliciter
septempliciter
adverb
in a sevenfold manner

septemptrionis
septemptriōnis
noun
the seven stars near the north pole

septemtrio
septemtriō
noun

septemvir
septemvir
noun

septemviralis
septemvirālis
adjective
of or belonging to the septemvirs

septemvirals
septemvirāls
noun
the septemvirs

septemviratus
septemvirātus
noun
the office of the septemvirs

septemvirus
septemvirus
noun
a board or college of seven men

Septemzodium
Septemzōdium
noun
A large building in Rome in the twelfth region

Septemzodium
Septemzōdium
cross-reference

septenarius
septēnārius
adjective
containing seven

septendecim
septendecim
adjective
seventeen

septeni
septēnī
adjective
Seven each

septennis
septennis
adjective

septennis
septennis
adjective
of seven years

septennium
septennium
noun

septennium
septennium
cross-reference

septentrio
septentriō
noun

septentrionale
septentriōnāle
noun
the northern regions

septentrionalis
septentriōnālis
adjective
of or belonging to the north

septentrionarius
septentriōnārius
adjective
northern

septentrionis
septentriōnis
noun
the seven stars near the north pole

septenus
septēnus
adjective

Septicianus
Septiciānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Septicius

septicollis
septicollis
adjective
seven-hilled

septicus
sēpticus
adjective
producing a putrefaction

septiens
septiens
adjective
seven times

septies
septies
adjective
seven times

septifariam
septifāriam
adverb
sevenfold

septifarius
septifārius
adjective
sevenfold

septifolium
septifolium
noun
a plant

septiforis
septiforis
adjective
having seven openings

septiformis
septiformis
adjective
sevenfold

septigranius
septigrānius
adjective

septimana
septimāna
noun

septimana
septimāna
noun
a week

septimanarii
septimānariī
adverb

septimanus
septimānus
noun
soldiers of the seventh legion

septimanus
septimānus
adjective
Of or belonging to the number seven

septimatrus
septimātrus
noun
festival celebrated seven days after the ides

septimestris
septimestris
adjective
of seven months

septimestris
septimestris
cross-reference

Septimia
Septimia
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Septimius
Septimius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

septimo
septimō
adverb
For the seventh time

Septimontialis
Septimontiālis
adjective
of or belonging to the feast of the Seven Hills

Septimontium
Septimontium
noun
The circuit of the Seven Hills

Septimuleius
Septimulēius
noun

septimum
septimum
adverb
for the seventh time

septimus
septimus
adjective
the seventh

septimusdecimus
septimusdecimus
adjective

septingenarius
septingēnārius
adjective
of or belonging to the number seven hundred

septingeni
septingēnī
adjective
seven hundred each

septingentesimus
septingentēsimus
adjective
the seven hundredth

septingenti
septingentī
adjective
seven hundred

septingentiens
septingentiens
adverb
seven hundred times

septingenties
septingenties
adverb
seven hundred times

septinubus
septinubus
adjective
seven times married

septio
septiō
cross-reference

septipes
septipēs
adjective
sevenfoot

septiremis
septirēmis
adjective
having seven ranges of oar-banks

Septitianus
Septitiānus
cross-reference

Septiticianus
Septiticiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Septicius

Septizonium
Septizōnium
noun
A large building in Rome in the twelfth region

septuagenarius
septuāgēnārius
adjective
of or belonging to the number seventy

septuageni
septuāgēnī
adjective
seventy each

septuageniquini
septuāgēniquīnī
adverb

septuagenus
septuāgēnus
adjective

septuagesies
septuāgēsies
noun

septuagesies
septuāgēsies
noun

septuagesimus
septuāgēsimus
adjective
the seventieth

septuagies
septuāgies
adverb
seventy times

septuaginta
septuāginta
adjective
seventy

septuennis
septuennis
adjective
of seven years

septuennium
septuennium
noun
a period of seven years

septum
septum
cross-reference

septum
sēptum
noun
a fence

septum
septum
noun

septumus
septumus
adjective
the seventh

septunx
septunx
noun
seven twelfths

septuose
septuōsē
adverb

septuosus
sēptuōsus
adjective
obscure

septuplum
septuplum
noun
a septuple

septus
septus
adjective

sepulchrum
sepulchrum
noun
a burial-place

sepulcralis
sepulcrālis
adjective
of or belonging to a tomb

sepulcretum
sepulcrētum
noun
a burialplace

sepulcrum
sepulcrum
noun
a burial-place

sepulto
sepultō
verb
to hold buried

sepultor
sepultor
noun
one who buries

sepultura
sepultūra
noun
a burial

sepulturarius
sepultūrārius
adjective
of or belonging to burial

sepultus
sepultus
adjective

Sepyra
Sepyra
noun
a village in Cilicia

sequacitas
sequācitas
adjective
a facility in following

sequaciter
sequāciter
adverb
of course

Sequana
Sēquana
noun
one of the principal rivers of

Sequanicus
Sēquanīcus
adjective
of the

Sequanus
Sēquanus
adjective
of or belonging to the

Sequanus
Sēquanus
noun
the dwellers on the

sequax
sequax
noun
an attendant

sequax
sequax
adjective
following or seeking after

sequela
sequēla
noun
that which follows

sequella
sequella
noun
that which follows

sequens
sequens
adjective
next

sequens
sequens
adjective

sequentia
sequentia
noun
that which follows

sequester
sequester
noun
a depositary

sequestra
sequestra
noun
a mediatress

sequestra
sequestra
noun

sequestrarius
sequestrārius
adjective
of or belonging to sequestration

sequestratio
sequestrātiō
noun
a depositing in the hands of a third party

sequestrator
sequestrātor
noun
one that hinders or impedes

sequestratorium
sequestrātōrium
noun
a depository

sequestre
sequestre
noun
the deposit of a subject of dispute with a third person

sequestro
sequestrō
verb
to give up for safekeeping

sequestrum
sequestrum
noun
the deposit of a subject of dispute with a third person

sequior
sequior
adjective
comp. adj

sequior
sequior
adjective
better

sequius
sequius
adjective
ill

sequius
sequius
adjective

sequor
sequor
verb
to follow

sequo
sequō
verb
to follow

sequutio
sequūtiō
cross-reference

sequutor
sequūtor
noun
one that follows another

sequutor
sequūtor
cross-reference

Ser
Sēr
adjective

sera
sēra
noun
a late hour

sera
sēra
adverb
late

sera
sera
noun
a bar

Serapeum
Serāpēum
noun

Serapeum
Serāpēum
noun
a temple of Serapis

Seraphim
Seraphīm
cross-reference
plur. indecl

Seraphin
Seraphīn
cross-reference
plur. indecl

serapias
serapias
noun
a plant

Serapicus
Serāpicus
adjective

Serapicus
Serāpicus
adjective
of or belonging to Serapis

Serapio
Serāpiō
noun
The name of an Egyptian ambassador to Rome

serapion
serapion
noun

serapion
serapion
noun

Serapion
Serāpiōn
noun
The name of an Egyptian ambassador to Rome

Serapis
Serāpis
noun
a chief divinity of the Egyptians

serarius
serārius
adjective
living on whey

Serdica
Serdica
noun
a city of Maesia

Serdicensis
Serdicensis
adjective
Serdican

Serdicenus
Serdicēnus
adjective
Serdican

Serena
Serēna
noun
a Roman female name

Serena
Serēna
noun
a proper name

Serenator
Serēnātor
noun
he that makes fair weather

serene
serēnē
adverb
clearly

serenifer
serēnifer
adjective
bringing fair weather

serenificus
serēnificus
adjective
cleared up

serenitas
serēnitās
noun
clearness

sereno
serēnō
verb
to make clear

serenum
serēnum
noun
a clear

serenus
serēnus
adjective
clear

Serenus
Serēnus
noun
a proper name

seresco
serescō
verb
to grow dry

seresco
serescō
verb
to turn to whey

Serestus
Serestus
noun
the name of a Trojan who followed Aeneas

Sergestus
Sergestus
noun
a steersman among the followers of Aeneas

Sergia
Sergia
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Sergianus
Sergiānus
adjective
Sergian

Sergius
Sergius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Sergius
Sergius
adjective
Sergian

seria
sēria
noun
a cylindrical earthen vessel

Sericaria
Sericaria
adjective
of or belonging to silks

sericarius
sēricārius
adjective
of or belonging to silks

sericatus
sēricātus
adjective
clothed in Seric stuffs

sericeus
sēriceus
adjective

serichatum
serichātum
noun
an aromatic plant

sericoblatta
sēricoblatta
noun
a garment of purple silk

sericum
sēricum
noun

sericum
sēricum
noun

sericum
sēricum
noun
Seric stuff

Sericus
Sēricus
adjective
of or belonging to the Seres

Sericus
Sēricus
adjective

serie
sēriē
adverb
in earnest

series
series
noun
a row

serietas
sērietās
noun
gravity

serile
serīle
noun
ropes

serio
sēriō
adverb
in earnest

seriola
sēriola
noun
a small jar

Seriphius
Serīphius
noun
a Seriphian

Seriphius
Serīphius
adjective
Seriphian

Seriphos
Serīphos
noun
a small rocky island in the Aegean Sea

Seriphus
Serīphus
noun
a small rocky island in the Aegean Sea

Seris
Sēris
noun
a people of Eastern Asia

seris
seris
noun
a kind of endive

serisapia
sērisapia
noun
the name of a dish

seritas
sēritās
noun
'late arrival

serium
sērium
noun
earnestness

serium
sērium
noun
earnestness

serius
sērius
adjective
grave

serius
sērius
cross-reference
comp. adv

seriva
seriva
noun

sermo
sermō
noun
a speaking or talking

sermocinanter
sermōcinanter
adverb
in discourse or conversation

sermocinatio
sermōcinātiō
noun
a conversation

sermocinator
sermōcinātor
noun
a babbler

sermocinatrix
sermōcinātrix
noun
that converses

sermocino
sermōcinō
verb

sermocinor
sermōcinor
verb
To talk with

sermocino
sermōcinō
verb

sermonalis
sermōnālis
adjective
of or belonging to speech

sermonari
sermōnārī
cross-reference

sermunculus
sermunculus
noun
Common talk

serniosus
serniōsus
adjective
covered with an eruption

sero
serō
verb
to join or bind together

sero
serō
verb
to sow

sero
sērō
adverb
Late

sero
sērō
verb
to fasten with a bolt

sero
sēro
adverb
Late

serotinus
sērōtinus
adjective
that comes or happens late

serpens
serpens
adjective
a creeping thing

serpens
serpens
adjective

serpentaria
serpentāria
noun
snakeweed

serpentigena
serpentigena
noun
serpent-born

serpentinus
serpentīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a serpent

serpentipes
serpentipēs
noun
serpent-footed

serperastrum
serperastrum
noun
knee-splints or knee-bandages

serpillum
serpillum
noun

serpillum
serpillum
noun
thyme

serpirperastrum
serpirperastrum
noun
knee-splints or knee-bandages

serpo
serpō
verb
to creep

serpula
serpula
noun
a little snake or serpent

serpulllum
serpulllum
noun
thyme

serpullum
serpullum
noun

serpyllifer
serpyllifer
adjective
thyme-bearing

serpyllum
serpyllum
noun
thyme

serra
serra
noun
A saw

serrabilis
serrābilis
adjective
that may be sawn

serraculum
serrāculum
noun
a steering-oar

serracum
serrācum
noun
A kind of wagon or cart

serracum
serrācum
noun

serrago
serrāgō
noun
sawdust

Serranus
Serrānus
noun
a surname

Serrapillus
Serrapillus
noun
a people of Pannonia

serratim
serrātim
adverb
in the manner of a saw

serratorius
serrātōrius
adjective
sawshaped

serratula
serrātula
noun
the Italian name for betony

serratura
serrātūra
noun
a sawing

serratus
serrātus
adjective
sawshaped

serratus
serrātus
noun
silver coins notched on the edge

Serretis
Serretis
noun
a people of Pannonia

Serrheum
Serrhēum
noun
a promontory in Thrace

Serrhium
Serrhīum
noun
a promontory in Thrace

Serrium
Serrīum
noun
a promontory in Thrace

serro
serrō
verb
to saw

serrula
serrula
noun
a small saw

serta
serta
noun
wreaths of flowers

sertatus
sertātus
adjective
wreathed

Sertor
Sertor
noun
a Latin praenomen

Sertorianus
Sertōriānus
adjective
of or belonging to Sertorius

Sertorius
Sertōrius
noun
a proper name

sertula Campana
sertula Campāna
expression

sertum
sertum
noun
wreaths of flowers

sertus
sertus
adjective

seru
serū
noun
The watery part of curdled milk

serum
sērum
cross-reference
late at night

serum
sērum
noun
late time

serum
serum
noun
The watery part of curdled milk

serus
sērus
adjective
late

serva
serva
noun
a slave

servabilis
servābilis
adjective
That can be kept or preserved

servaculum
servāculum
noun

servans
servans
adjective
keeping

servatio
servātiō
noun
an observance

servator
servātor
noun
One who gives attention

servatorium
servātōrium
noun
a conservatory

servatrix
servātrix
noun
She that keeps or preserves

servia
servia
noun

Serviana
Serviāna
noun
Servian

Servianus
Serviānus
adjective
of or belonging to Servius Sulpitius the jurist

serviculus
serviculus
noun
a little slave

servile
servīlē
adverb

Servilia
Servīlia
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Servilianus
Servīliānus
adjective

Servilianus
Servīliānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Servilius

servilis
servīlis
adjective
of or belonging to a slave

serviliter
servīliter
adverb

Servilius
Servīlius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Servilius
Servīlius
adjective
of or belonging to a Servilius

servio
serviō
verb
to be a servant or slave

servitium
servitium
noun
the condition of a slave or servant

servitor
servītor
noun
a servant

servitritius
servitrītius
adjective
galled by slavery

servitudo
servitūdō
noun
slavery

servitus
servitūs
noun
the condition of a

Servius
Servius
noun
A Roman proper name

servo
servō
verb
to save

servola
servola
noun
a servant-girl

servolus
servolus
noun
a young slave

servos
servos
noun
a slave

servula
servula
noun
a servant-girl

servulicola
servulicola
noun
she that waits upon or accommodates slaves

servulus
servulus
noun
a young slave

servus
servus
noun
a slave

servus
servus
adjective
slavish

sesama
sēsama
cross-reference

sesama
sēsama
noun
another name for

sesaminus
sēsaminus
adjective
of sesame

sesamoides
sēsamoīdes
noun
a plant resembling sesame

sesamum
sēsamum
noun
Sesame or sesamum

sescenaris
sescēnāris
adjective

sesceni
sescēnī
adjective
six hundred each

sesceni
sescēnī
adjective

sescenteni
sescentēnī
adjective
six hundred each

sescentesimus
sescentēsimus
adjective
the six hundredth

sescenti
sescentī
adjective
six hundred

sescenties
sescenties
cross-reference
six hundred times

Sescentoplagus
Sescentōplāgus
noun
a man of six hundred stripes

sescentum
sescentum
noun
an immense number of

Sesculixes
Sesculixes
noun
name of a satire of Varro

Sesculixes
Sesculixes
noun

sescuncia
sescuncia
noun
one and a half

sescuncialis
sescunciālis
adjective
containing a twelfth and a half

sescuncius
sescuncius
adjective

sescuplex
sescuplex
adjective

sescuplex
sescuplex
cross-reference
taken once and a half

sescuplicarius
sescuplicārius
cross-reference

sescuplicarius
sescuplicarius
noun
a soldier who received a ration and a half

sescuplus
sescuplus
adjective
taken once and a half

sese
sēsē
cross-reference

seselis
seselis
noun
a plant

Sesia
Sēsia
noun
a goddess that presides over sowing

sesima
sēsima
noun
another name for

Sesoostris
Sesoostris
noun
a celebrated king of Egypt

Sesosis
Sesōsis
noun

Sesosis
Sesōsis
noun
a celebrated king of Egypt

Sesostris
Sesostris
noun
a celebrated king of Egypt

Sesothes
Sesōthes
noun
the name of an Egyptian king

sesquatus
sesquātus
adjective
two numbers in the ratio of three and two

sesque
sesque
adverb
one half more

sesqui
sesquī
adverb
one half more

sesquialter
sesquialter
adjective
once and a half

sesquiculearis
sesquicūleāris
adjective
containing a

Sesquiculus
Sesquicūlus
noun

sesquicyathus
sesquicyathus
noun
and a half

sesquidigitalis
sesquidigitālis
adjective
of a digit and a half

sesquidigitus
sesquidigitus
noun
a digit and a half

sesquihora
sesquihōra
noun
an hour and a half

sesquijugerum
sesquijūgerum
noun
and a half

sesquilibra
sesquilībra
noun
a pound and a half

sesquimensis
sesquimensis
noun
a month and a half

sesquimodius
sesquimodius
noun
a peck and a half

sesquiobolus
sesquiobolus
noun
an

sesquioctavus
sesquioctāvus
adjective
containing nine eighths

sesquiopera
sesquiopera
noun
a day's work and a half

sesquiopus
sesquiopus
noun

sesquipedalis
sesquipedālis
adjective
Of a foot and a half

sesquipedaneus
sesquipedāneus
adjective
a foot and a half long

sesquipes
sesquipēs
noun
a foot and a half

sesquiplaga
sesquiplāga
noun
a blow and a half

sesquiplaris
sesquiplāris
noun
a soldier who received a ration and a half

sesquiplarius
sesquiplārius
noun
a soldier who received a ration and a half

sesquiplex
sesquiplex
adjective

sesquiplicarius
sesquiplicarius
noun
a soldier who received a ration and a half

sesquiplus
sesquiplus
adjective
taken once and a half

sesquiplus
sesquiplus
adjective

sesquitertius
sesquitertius
adjective
containing one and a third

Sesquiulixes
Sesquiulixes
noun
name of a satire of Varro

sesquunx
sesquunx
adjective

Sessia
Sessia
noun

Sessia
Sessia
noun
a goddess that presides over sowing

sessibile
sessibile
noun

sessibulum
sessibulum
noun
a seat

sessilis
sessilis
adjective
Of or be longing to sitting

sessimonium
sessimōnium
noun
a sitting

sessio
sessiō
noun
a sitting

sessito
sessitō
verb
to sit much or long

sessiuncula
sessiuncula
noun
a little group

sessor
sessor
noun
one who sits

sessorium
sessōrium
noun
a seat

sessus
sessus
noun
a sitting

sestertiarius
sestertiārius
adjective
worth but a sesterce

sestertiolum
sestertiolum
noun
a thousand sesterces

sestertium
sestertium
noun
two and a half feet deep

sestertius
sestertius
adjective
two and a half

Sestiacus
Sestiacus
adjective

Sestiacus
Sēstiacus
adjective
of or belonging to Sestos

Sestianus
Sestiānus
adjective
of Sestius

Sestianus
Sestiānus
adjective

Sestias
Sestias
noun

Sestias
Sēstias
noun
the Sestian

Sestius
Sestius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Sestius
Sestius
adjective
of or belonging to a Sestius

Sestos
Sēstos
noun
a city in Thrace

Sestus
Sēstus
adjective

Sestus
Sēstus
adjective
of Sestos

Sestus
Sēstus
noun
a city in Thrace

Sesuvius
Sesuvius
noun
a Gallic tribe

set
set
cross-reference

set
set
conjunction
but

seta
sēta
noun
a thick

seta
sēta
cross-reference

Setabis
Sētabis
noun
a town of

Setabis
Sētabis
cross-reference

Setabitanus
Sētabitānus
noun
the inhabitants of Saetabis

Setabus
Sētabus
adjective
of or belonging to Saetabis

setania
sētania
noun
The name of a kind of medlar

setanion
sētanion
noun
The name of a kind of medlar

setanium
sētanium
noun
The name of a kind of medlar

Setia
Sētia
noun
an ancient mountain-city in Latium

setiger
sētiger
cross-reference

setiger
sētiger
adjective
bristle-bearing

Setina
Sētīna
noun
The Setiness

Setinum
Sētīnum
noun
the wine of Setia

Setinus
Sētīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Setia

Setinus
Sētīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Setia

setius
sētius
adjective
ill

setius
setīus
adverb

setosus
sētōsus
cross-reference

setosus
sētōsus
adjective
full of coarse hairs or bristles

setula
sētula
cross-reference

setula
sētula
noun
a little coarse hair of an animal

seu
seu
conjunction
or if

seu
seu
adverb

severe
sevērē
adverb
gravely

severitas
sevēritās
noun
seriousness

severiter
sevēriter
adverb
gravely

severitudo
sevēritūdō
noun
gravity

severum
sevērum
cross-reference
harshly

Severus
Sevērus
noun
a proper name

severus
sevērus
adjective
serious

Sevianus
Seviānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Sevius

Sevinus
Sēvīnus
noun
a lake in Upper Italy

sevir
sēvir
noun
a member of a board or college consisting of six men

seviralis
sēvirālis
adjective
of or belonging to a sexvir

sevirals
sēvirāls
noun
the Augustan sexvirs

seviratus
sēvirātus
noun
the dignity of a sexvir

Sevo
Sevō
noun
a mountain of northern Germany

sevoco
sēvocō
verb
to call apart or aside

sevum
sēvum
noun
tallow

sevum
sēvum
noun

sex
sex
adjective
six

sexagenarius
sexāgēnārius
adjective
of or containing sixty

sexageni
sexāgēnī
adjective
sixty each

sexageniquini
sexāgēnīquīnī
adjective
sixty-five each

sexagesies
sexāgēsies
noun

sexagesies
sexāgēsies
adverb
sixty times

sexagesima
sexāgēsima
noun

sexagesimus
sexāgēsimus
adjective
the sixtieth

sexagiens
sexāgiens
adverb
sixty times

sexagies
sexāgies
adverb
sixty times

sexaginta
sexāginta
adjective
sixty

sexangulatus
sexangulātus
adjective
sexangular

sexangulus
sexangulus
adjective
sexangular

sexatrus
sexātrus
noun
the sixth day after the Ides

sexcenarius
sexcēnārius
adjective
consisting of six hundred

sexceni
sexcēnī
adverb

sexcenteni
sexcentēnī
adjective
six hundred each

sexcenteni
sexcentēnī
adjective

sexcentesimus
sexcentēsimus
adjective
the six hundredth

sexcentesimus
sexcentēsimus
cross-reference

sexcenti
sexcentī
adverb

sexcenti
sexcenti
adjective
six hundred

sexcenties
sexcenties
cross-reference
six hundred times

sexcenties
sexcenties
adverb

Sexcentoplagus
Sexcentoplāgus
cross-reference

sexdecim
sexdecim
cross-reference

sexdecim
sexdecim
adjective
sixteen

sexennis
sexennis
adjective
of six years

sexennium
sexennium
noun
a period of six years

sexiens
sexiens
adverb
Six times

sexies
sexies
adverb
Six times

sexis
sexis
noun
The number six

Sexitanus
Sexītānus
adjective
of or belonging to Sex

sexprimus
sexprīmus
noun
a board or college of magistrates in provincial towns

sex primus
sex prīmus
noun
a board or college of magistrates in provincial towns

sextadecimanus
sextādecimānus
noun
the soldiers of the sixteenth legion

sextaneus
sextāneus
adjective
of or containing six

sextans
sextans
adjective
A sixth part of an

sextantalis
sextantālis
adjective
containing a

sextantarius
sextantārius
adjective
containing a

sextanus
sextānus
noun
the soldiers of the sixth legion

sextariolus
sextāriolus
noun
a small measure

sextarius
sextārius
noun
the sixth part

Sextianus
Sextiānus
adjective
of Sestius

Sextianus
Sextiānus
adjective

Sextilia
Sextilia
noun
the name of a Roman gens

Sextilianus
Sextiliānus
noun
a Roman surname

Sextilianus
Sextiliānus
adjective
of or named from a Sextilius

Sextilis
Sextīlis
noun
the sixth

Sextilis
Sextīlis
adjective
sixth

Sextilius
Sextilius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

Sextius
Sextius
adjective
of or belonging to a Sestius

Sextius
Sextius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Sextius
Sextius
cross-reference

sexto
sextō
adverb
six times

sextula
sextula
noun
the sixth part of an

sextum
sextum
adverb
for the sixth time

sextus
sextus
adjective
the sixth

Sextus
Sextus
noun
a Roman proper name

sextusdecimus
sextusdecimus
adjective

sexualis
sexuālis
adjective
of or belonging to sex

sexungula
sexungula
noun
six-claws

sexus
sexus
noun
A sex

sexvir
sexvir
noun
a member of a board or college consisting of six men

sexvir
sexvir
cross-reference

sexviratus
sexvirātus
noun
the dignity of a sexvir

si
conjunction
if

siagonis
siāgonis
noun
the muscles which support the jaw

siagonita
siāgonīta
noun

sibe
sibē
adverb

sibilatio
sībilātiō
noun
a sibilation

sibilatrix
sībilātrix
noun
hissing

sibilatus
sībilātus
noun
a hissing whistling

sibilo
sībilō
verb
to hiss

sibilum
sībilum
noun
a hissing

sibilus
sībilus
noun
a hissing

sibilus
sībilus
adjective
hissing

sibina
sibina
noun
a kind of hunting-spear

sibonis
sibonis
noun

Sibulla
Sibulla
noun
a female soothsayer

sibus
sibus
cross-reference

Sibuzates
Sibuzātes
noun
a people in Aquitania

Sibylla
Sibylla
noun
a female soothsayer

Sibyllinus
Sibyllīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Sibyl

sibyna
sibyna
noun
a kind of hunting-spear

sibyna
sibyna
noun

sic
sīc
adverb
so

sica
sīca
noun
A curved dagger

Sicambri
Sicambrī
adverb

Sicambrus
Sicambrus
noun
a powerful people of Germany

Sicania
Sīcania
noun
the island of Sicily

Sicanis
Sīcanis
noun
adj. f

Sicanius
Sīcanius
adjective
Sicanian

Sicanus
Sicānus
noun
a very ancient people of Italy on the Tiber

Sicanus
Sicānus
adjective
Of or belonging to the

sicarius
sīcārius
noun
an assassin

Sicca
Sicca
noun
a border-town on the east of Numidia

siccabilis
siccābilis
adjective
that makes dry

siccaneus
siccāneus
adjective
dry

siccanus
siccānus
adjective
dry

siccarius
siccārius
adjective
of or for drying or keeping dry

siccatio
siccātiō
noun
a drying

siccativus
siccātīvus
adjective
that makes dry

siccatorius
siccātōrius
adjective
that makes dry

sicce
siccē
adverb
dryly

Siccensis
Siccensis
noun
the inhabitants of Sicca

siccesco
siccescō
verb
to grow or become dry

siccificus
siccificus
adjective
that makes dry

siccine
siccinē
adverb
so

siccine
siccinē
cross-reference

siccitas
siccitās
noun
dryness

sicco
siccō
verb
to make dry

siccoculus
siccoculus
adjective
having dry eyes

siccum
siccum
noun
dry land

siccus
siccus
adjective
dry

sice
sīce
adverb
so

sicelicon
sicelicon
noun
a plant

Sicelis
Sīcelis
noun

Sicelis
Sīcelis
noun
adj. f

sicelisso
sicelissō
verb
to imitate Sicilian manners

sicelisso
sicelissō
verb

sicera
sīcera
noun
a kind of spirituous

Sichaeus
Sichaeus
noun
Sychaeus

Sichaeus
Sichaeus
cross-reference

Sicilia
Sicilia
noun

Sicilia
Sicilia
noun
the island of Sicily

sicilicula
sīcīlicula
noun
a little cutting instrument

sicilicus
sīcīlicus
noun
the fourth part of an

Siciliensis
Siciliensis
adjective

Siciliensis
Siciliensis
adjective
of or belonging to Sicily

sicilimentum
sīcīlīmentum
noun
what is cut or mown with the sickle

sicilio
sīcīliō
verb
to cut or mow with the sickle

siciliquus
sīcīliquus
noun
the fourth part of an

sicilis
sīcīlis
noun
a cutting instrument

sicilisso
sicilissō
verb
to imitate Sicilian manners

Sicimina
Sicimina
noun
a mountain in

sicin
sīcin
adverb
so

sicine
sīcinē
adverb
so

Sicinius
Sicinius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

sicinnista
sicinnista
noun
one who performs the

sicinnium
sicinnium
cross-reference

siclus
siclus
noun
a shekel

Sicoris
Sicoris
noun
a tributary of the Iberus

sicubi
sīcubī
adverb
if in any place

sicula
sīcula
noun
a little dagger

Siculus
Siculus
adjective

Siculus
Siculus
noun
The Siculians or Sicilians

Siculus
Siculus
adjective
of or belonging to Sicily

Siculus
Siculus
noun
a Sicilian

sicunde
sīcundē
adverb
if from anywhere

sicut
sīcut
adverb
so as

sicuti
sīcuti
adverb
so as

Sicyon
Sicyon
noun
the capital of the territory of Sicyonia in the Peloponnesus

Sicyonium
Sicyōnium
noun
Sicyonian shoes

Sicyonius
Sicyōnius
adjective
of or belonging to Sicyon

Sicyonius
Sicyōnius
noun
the inhabitants of Sicyon

sicyos agrios
sicyos agrios
expression
wildcucumber

Sida
Sīda
noun
a town in Pamphylia

Side
Sīdē
noun
a town in Pamphylia

sideralis
sīderālis
adjective
of or belonging to the stars

sideraticius
sīderātīcius
adjective
planet-struck

sideratio
sīderātiō
noun
A grouping or configuration of stars

sideratius
sīderātius
adjective
planet-struck

sideratus
sīderātus
adjective

sidereus
sīdereus
adjective
Of or belonging to the constellations or to the stars

siderion
sidērion
noun
the plant ironwort

siderites
sidērītēs
noun
A loadstone

sideritesis
sidērītesis
noun
a plant

sideritis
sidērītis
noun
Ironwort

sideror
sīderor
verb
to be blasted or palsied by a constellation

sideropoecilos
sidēropoecilos
noun

sideropoecilos
sidēropoecilos
cross-reference
The loadstone

siderosus
sīderōsus
cross-reference

Sideta
Sīdēta
noun
the inhabitants of Sida

Sideta
Sīdēta
noun

Sidicinus
Sidicīnus
noun
a people in Campania

Sidicinus
Sidicīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the

Sido
Sidō
noun
a chief of the

sido
sīdō
verb
to seat one's self

Sidon
Sīdon
adjective
a very ancient and celebrated Phaenician city

Sidonia
Sīdōnia
noun
a very ancient and celebrated Phaenician city

Sidonicus
Sīdōnicus
adjective
of or belonging to Sidon

Sidonis
Sīdonis
adjective
adj. f

Sidonis
Sīdōnis
adjective
adj. f

Sidonius
Sīdonius
noun
a proper name

Sidonius
Sīdonius
noun
the Sidonians

Sidonius
Sīdōnius
noun
the Sidonians

Sidonius
Sīdōnius
adjective
Of or belonging to Sidon

sidus
sīdus
noun
Stars united in a figure

siem
siem
cross-reference

sies
sies
cross-reference

sifilatio
sifilātiō
noun
a sibilation

sifilo
sīfilō
verb
to hiss

sifilum
sīfilum
noun

sifo
sīfō
noun
A siphon

Sigalion
Sīgalion
noun
the god of Silence among the Egyptians

Sigamber
Sigamber
adjective
of or belonging to the

Sigambra
Sigambra
noun
a Sigambrian

Sigambria
Sigambria
noun
the country of the

Sigambrus
Sigambrus
noun
a powerful people of Germany

Sigeius
Sīgēius
adjective
of or belonging to Sigeum

Sigeum
Sīgēum
noun
a promontory in Troas

Sigeus
Sīgēus
adjective
of or belonging to Sigeum

Siggos
Siggos
cross-reference

Siggos
Siggos
noun
a city of Chalcidice

Sigillaria
Sigillāria
noun
The last days of the Saturnalia

sigillariarius
sigillāriārius
noun
a maker of images

sigillaricium
sigillārīcium
noun
little images

sigillaricius
sigillārīcius
adjective
Of or belonging to sealing

sigillariciutius
sigillārīciutius
adjective
Of or belonging to sealing

sigillarius
sigillārius
cross-reference

sigillatim
sigillātim
adverb
one

sigillatim
sigillātim
adverb

sigillator
sigillātor
cross-reference

sigillatus
sigillātus
adjective
furnished or adorned with little images or figures

sigilliolum
sigilliolum
noun
little figures or images

sigillo
sigillō
cross-reference

sigillum
sigillum
noun
Little figures or images

sigillum
sigillum
noun

Sigimerus
Sigimerus
noun
a prince of the

siglum
siglum
noun
signs of abbreviation

sigma
sigma
noun
A semicircular couch

signaculum
signāculum
noun
a mark

signanter
signanter
adverb
expressly

signarius
signārius
noun
a sculptor

signate
signātē
adverb
clearly

signate
signātē
cross-reference

signatio
signātiō
noun
a marking

signator
signātor
noun
A sealer

signatorium
signātōrium
noun
a sealing

signatorius
signātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to sealing

signatus
signātus
adjective

signatus
signātus
adjective
Shut up

Signia
Signia
noun
an ancient town in Latium which produced an astringent wine

Signias
Signiās
noun
a mountain in Greater Phrygia

signifer
signifer
adjective
sign-bearing

signifer
signifer
noun
a standard-bearer

signifex
signifex
noun
an image-maker

significabilis
significābilis
adjective
that has meaning

significans
significans
adjective
full of meaning

significans
significans
adjective

significanter
significanter
adverb
clearly

significantia
significantia
noun
Force

significatio
significātiō
noun
A pointing out

significativus
significātīvus
adjective
denoting

significatorius
significātōrius
adjective
denoting

significatum
significātum
cross-reference

significatus
significātus
noun
A sign

significor
significor
verb
to show by signs

significo
significō
verb
to show by signs

Signinus
Signīnus
adjective

Signinus
Signīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Signia

Signinus
Signīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Signia

signitenens
signitenens
adjective
constellation-bearing

signo
signō
verb
to set a mark upon

signum
signum
noun
a mark

sil
sil
noun
a kind of yellowish earth

sil
sil
cross-reference

Sila
Sīla
noun
a large forest in the country of the

silaceus
silāceus
adjective
like ochre

silacius
silācius
adjective
like ochre

Silana
Silana
noun
a town of Thessaly

Silanianus
Sīlāniānus
adjective
of or named from one Silanus

Silaniion
Silaniion
noun
a celebrated statuary

Silanio
Silaniō
noun
a celebrated statuary

Silanus
Sīlānus
cross-reference

Silanus
Sīlānus
noun
a Roman surname in the Julian gens

Silanus
Sīlānus
adjective
of or belonging to the forest of Sila

silanus
sīlānus
noun
a fountain or jet of water

Silarus
Silarus
noun
a river forming the boundary between Lucania and Campania

silatum
silatum
cross-reference

silaus
silaus
noun
a kind of parsley

silendum
silendum
noun
mysteries

Sileni
Sīlēnī
adverb
gods of the woods

Silenicus
Sīlēnicus
adjective
of or sacred to Silenus

silens
silens
adjective
still

silenter
silenter
adverb
silently

silentiarius
silentiārius
noun
A confidential domestic servant

silentiose
silentiōsē
adverb
stilly

silentiosus
silentiōsus
adjective
perfectly still or silent

silentis
silentis
noun
the dead

silentium
silentium
noun
a being still or silent

silentus
silentus
adjective
silent

Silenus
Sīlēnus
noun
Silenus

sileo
sileō
verb
to be noiseless

Siler
Siler
noun

siler
sīler
noun
a kind of brook-willow

Siler
Siler
cross-reference

Silerus
Silerus
noun

Silerus
Silerus
cross-reference

silesco
silescō
verb
to become still

silex
silex
noun
Any hard stone found in fields

sili
silī
cross-reference

Silianus
Sīliānus
adjective

Silianus
Sīliānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Silius

silicarius
silicārius
noun
one that paves roads with pebble-stones

silicernium
silicernium
noun
A funeral feast

silicernius
silicernius
cross-reference
A kind of sausage

siliceus
siliceus
adjective
of flint or limestone

silicia
silicia
noun
a plant

Silicis
Silicis
noun
a mountain-tribe in Asia

silicula
silicula
noun
a little husk or pod

siliginarius
silīginārius
noun
a baker of wheat-flour

siligineus
silīgineus
adjective
of wheat

silignus
silīgnus
adjective
of wheat

siligo
silīgō
noun
A kind of very white wheat

siliqua
siliqua
noun
pulse

siliqua
siliqua
noun
a pod or husk

siliquastrum
siliquastrum
noun
a plant

siliquor
siliquor
verb
to put forth or get pods

Silis
Silis
noun
the name of several rivers

Silius
Sīlius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

sillographus
sillographus
noun
a writer of lampoons or satires

sillybus
sillybus
noun
a kind of thistle

Silo
Sīlō
noun
a Roman surname

silo
sīlō
noun
having a broad

silphium
silphium
noun
a plant

Silpia
Silpia
noun
a city of

Siluris
Siluris
noun
a warlike people of Britain

silurus
silūrus
noun
a riverfish

silus
silus
adjective
having a broad

Silus
Silus
noun
a Roman surname

silva
silva
noun
a wood

Silvana
Silvāna
noun
female wood-deities

Silvanus
Silvānus
noun
Silvanus

silvaticus
silvāticus
adjective
Of or belonging to a wood or to trees

silvesco
silvescō
verb
to grow or run wild

silvester
silvester
adjective
Of or belonging to a wood or forest

silvestris
silvestris
adjective
Of or belonging to a wood or forest

silvestrs
silvestrs
noun
woodlands

Silvia
Silvia
cross-reference

silvicola
silvicola
noun
inhabiting woods

silvicultrix
silvicultrix
noun
adj. f

silvifragus
silvifragus
adjective
breaking or crushing the forest or trees

silviger
silviger
adjective
bearing woods

Silvinus
Silvīnus
noun
a people of Apulia

Silvius
Silvius
noun
the name of several kings of

silvosus
silvōsus
adjective
full of woods or trees

silvula
silvula
noun
a little wood

silybum
sīlybum
noun

sima
sīma
noun
a moulding

Simbruinus
Simbruīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Simbruvium

Simbruvium
Simbruvium
noun
a district in Latium

simia
sīmia
noun
An ape

simila
simila
noun
the finest wheat flour

Simila
Simila
noun
the goddess who pricks on

similagineus
similāgineus
adjective
made of fine wheat flour

similago
similāgō
cross-reference

similago
similāgō
noun

simile
simile
noun

similigenus
similigenus
adjective
of a like kind

similis
similis
adjective
like

similitas
similitās
noun
likeness

similiter
similiter
adverb
in like manner

similitudo
similitūdō
noun
likeness

similo
similō
verb

similo
similō
verb
to make

simininus
sīminīnus
adjective
of or belonging to apes

simiolus
sīmiolus
noun
a little ape

simitu
simītu
adverb
at once

simitur
simītur
adverb
at once

simius
sīmius
noun
An ape

Simo
Simō
noun
A chief of the Jews

Simo
Simō
noun
a proper name

simo
sīmō
verb
to press flat

Simo
Simō
cross-reference

simodo
sīmodō
cross-reference

Simois
Simoīs
adjective
a small river in Troas that falls into the Scamander

Simon
Simon
noun
A chief of the Jews

Simon
Simōn
noun
a famous statuary

Simonides
Simōnidēs
noun
a celebrated lyric poet of Cos

Simonideus
Simōnidēus
adjective
of or belonging to simonides

simpla
simpla
noun
the simple purchase-money

simpla
simpla
noun

simplaris
simplāris
adjective
that receives a single ration

simplarius
simplārius
adjective
simple

simplex
simplex
adjective
simple

simplicabilis
simplicābilis
adjective
simple

simplicitas
simplicitās
noun
simpleness

simpliciter
simpliciter
adverb
simply

simplico
simplicō
verb
to make single or simple

simplo
simplō
verb
to make simple

simpludiarea
simpludiārea
cross-reference

simplum
simplum
noun
that which is single or simple

simplus
simplus
adjective
simple

simpulariarius
simpulāriārius
noun
a maker of small ladles

simpulatrix
simpulātrix
noun

simpulum
simpulum
noun
a small ladle

simpuvium
simpuvium
noun
a vessel for offering liquids

simul
simul
adverb
at the same time

simulac
simulac
adverb

simulac
simulac
adverb
at the same time

simulacrum
simulācrum
noun
a likeness

simulamen
simulāmen
noun
a copy

simulamentum
simulāmentum
noun
a deception

simulans
simulans
adjective

simulans
simulans
adjective
Imitating

Simulans
Simulans
adjective
The Pretender

simulanter
simulanter
adverb
feignedly

simulate
simulātē
adverb
feignedly

simulatilis
simulātilis
adjective
feigned

simulatio
simulātiō
noun
a falsely assumed appearance

simulator
simulātor
noun
A copier

simulatque
simulatque
adverb
at the same time

simulatque
simulatquē
adverb

simulatrix
simulātrix
noun
transformer

simulo
simulō
verb
to make

simultas
simultās
noun
A hostile encounter

simulter
simulter
adverb
in like manner

simulus
sīmulus
adjective
dim. adj

Simulus
Sīmulus
noun
a proper name

simus
sīmus
adjective
flat-nosed

sin
sīn
conjunction
if however

sinape
sināpe
noun
mustard

sinapi
sināpī
noun
mustard

sinapis
sināpis
noun
mustard

sinapismus
sināpismus
noun
a mustard - plaster or poultice

sinapizo
sināpīzō
verb
to poultice with mustard

sincerasco
sincērascō
verb
to begin to clear

sincere
sincērē
adverb
uprightly

sinceritas
sincēritās
noun
cleanness

sinceriter
sincēriter
adverb
sincerely

sincero
sincērō
verb
to make clean or pure

sincerus
sincērus
adjective
clean

sincinium
sincinium
noun
the song of a single person

sincipitamentum
sincipitāmentum
noun
a half - head

sinciput
sinciput
noun
Half a head

Sindensis
Sindensis
noun
the inhabitants of Sinda

Sindes
Sindēs
noun
m.

Sindica
Sindica
noun
a part of Scythia on the Black Sea

sindon
sindon
noun
a kind of fine cotton stuff

Sindonis
Sindonis
noun
the inhabitants of Sindos

Sindos
Sindos
noun
a city of Scythia

Sindus
Sindus
noun
an Indian name of the river Indus

sine
sine
preposition
Without

Singania
Singania
noun
a river of Pontus

Singarenus
Singarēnus
adjective
of or belonging to Singara

Singarum
Singarum
noun
a city of Mesopotamia

Singentiana
Singentiāna
cross-reference
a plant

Singidonensis
Singidonensis
adjective
of or belonging to the town Singido in Pannonia

singilio
singiliō
noun
a plain

singillariter
singillāriter
adverb

singillarius
singillārius
adjective
single

singillatim
singillātim
adverb
one

Singilus
Singilus
noun
a city in

singlariter
singlāriter
adverb

singlariter
singlāriter
adverb
One by one

Singos
Singos
noun
a city of Chalcidice

singularie
singulāriē
adverb
separately

singularis
singulāris
adjective
one by one

singularis
singulāris
noun
an orderly man

singularitas
singulāritās
noun
a being alone or single

singulariter
singulāriter
adverb
One by one

singularius
singulārius
adjective
single

singulatim
singulātim
adverb
one

singulatim
singulātim
adverb

singuli
singulī
adjective
One to each

singultim
singultim
adverb
one

singultim
singultim
adverb
sobbingly

singultio
singultiō
verb
To hiccup

singulto
singultō
verb
to hiccup

singultus
singultus
noun
a sobbing

singulus
singulus
adjective

Sinis
Sinis
noun
a mythical robber on the Isthmus of Corinth

sinister
sinister
adjective
Left

sinisteritas
sinisteritās
noun
awkwardness

sinistimus
sinistimus
cross-reference

sinistra
sinistra
noun
the left hand

sinistre
sinistrē
adverb
badly

sinistrorsum
sinistrorsum
adverb
towards the left side

sinistrorsus
sinistrorsus
adverb
towards the left side

sinistroversus
sinistrōversus
cross-reference

sinistroversus
sinistrōversus
adverb
towards the left side

sinistrum
sinistrum
noun
evil

sinistrum
sinistrum
noun
the left side

Sinnianus
Sinniānus
adjective
of Sinnius

Sinnius
Sinnius
cross-reference
the name of a Roman gens

sino
sinō
verb
to let

Sinon
Sinon
noun
son of Aesimus

sinon
sinon
cross-reference
an unknown herb

Sinonia
Sinōnia
noun
an island in the Tyrrhenian Sea

Sinopa
Sinōpa
noun
A famous Greek colony in Paphlagonia

Sinope
Sinōpē
noun
A famous Greek colony in Paphlagonia

Sinopensis
Sinōpensis
adjective
of or belonging to Sinope

Sinopensis
Sinōpensis
noun
the inhabitants of Sinope

Sinopeus
Sinōpeus
adjective
of Sinope

Sinopicus
Sinōpicus
adjective
of Sinope

Sinopis
Sinōpis
noun
a kind of red ochre

Sinticus
Sinticus
adjective
of or belonging to the

Sintius
Sintius
noun
a people of Macedonia

Sintus
Sintus
noun
a people of Macedonia

sinuamen
sinuāmen
noun
a bending

sinuatio
sinuātiō
noun
a bending

Sinuessa
Sinuessa
noun
a colony of the Latins

Sinuessuanus
Sinuessuānus
adjective
of or belonging to Sinuessa

sinum
sīnum
noun
a large

sinuo
sinuō
verb
to bend

sinuose
sinuōsē
adverb
intricately

sinuosus
sinuōsus
adjective
full of bendings

sinus
sīnus
noun
a large

sinus
sīnus
noun

sinus
sinus
noun
a bent surface

sion
sion
noun
water - parsley

Sion
Sīon
noun
a hill of Jerusalem

siparium
sīparium
noun
The smaller curtain in a theatre

siparium
siparium
noun
A linen garment worn by women

siparum
siparum
noun
A linen garment worn by women

Sipha
Sipha
noun
a city of Baeotia

sipharum
sipharum
noun
A linen garment worn by women

sipharus
sipharus
noun
A linen garment worn by women

Siphnius
Siphnius
adjective
Siphnian

Siphnius
Siphnius
cross-reference

Siphnos
Siphnos
noun
one of the Cyclades

Siphnus
Siphnus
noun
one of the Cyclades

sipho
sīphō
noun
A siphon

siphon
sīphōn
noun
A siphon

siphunculus
sīphunculus
noun
a little pipe from which water springs forth

sipo
sipō
verb

sipo
sīpō
verb
to lay back

sipo
sipō
verb
to throw

sipolindrum
sipolindrum
noun

Sipontinus
Sīpontīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Sipontum

Sipontum
Sīpontum
noun
an important maritime town in Appulia

sipparum
sipparum
cross-reference

sipparus
sipparus
cross-reference

siptachora
siptachora
noun
a tree in India that yields amber

sipunculus
sīpunculus
cross-reference

sipunculus
sīpunculus
cross-reference

Sipus
Sīpūs
adjective

Sipus
Sīpūs
adjective
of or belonging to Sipontum

Sipyleius
Sipylēius
adjective

Sipylensis
Sipylensis
adjective

Sipylensis
Sipylensis
cross-reference
A son of Niobe

Sipyleus
Sipylēus
adjective

Sipyleus
Sipylēus
adjective
of Sipylus

Sipylus
Sipylus
noun
A mountain on the frontiers of Lydia and Phrygia

siquando
sīquandō
adverb
if ever

si quando
sī quandō
adverb
if ever

siquidem
sīquidem
adverb
If only

siquidem
siquidem
adverb
If only

si quidem
sī quidem
adverb
If only

si quis
sī quis
pronoun
if any

siquis
sīquis
pronoun
if any

Sira
Sira
noun
a town of the Odomantic region in Thrace

Siracus
Siracus
noun
a people of Asiatic Sarmatia

siraeum
siraeum
noun
new wine boiled down

sirbenus
sirbēnus
adjective
speaking confusedly

Sirbitum
Sirbitum
noun
a city in Ethiopia

Sirbonis
Sirbonis
cross-reference
a lake on the borders of Palestine

sircitula
sircitula
noun
a kind of grape

sircula
sircula
noun
a kind of grape

Siredonis
Sīrēdonis
noun
the Sirens

siremps
siremps
adjective
like

sirempse
sirempse
adjective
like

Siren
Sīrēn
noun
a Siren

Sirena
Sīrēna
noun

Sirenaeus
Sīrēnaeus
adjective
Siren-

Sirenaeus
Sīrēnaeus
adjective

Sirenis
Sīrēnis
noun
the Sirens

Sirenis
Sīrēnis
noun
adj. f

Sirenius
Sīrēnius
adjective
of or belonging to the Sirens

Siria
Siria
noun
a country in Asia

Siria
Siria
noun

siriacus
sīriacus
adjective
of or belonging to the dog-star

siriasis
sīriasis
noun
an inflammatory disease of children

Siris
Sīris
noun
The name of a branch of the Nile in Ethiopia

siris
siris
cross-reference

sirit
sirit
cross-reference

sirium
sīrium
noun
a plant

Sirius
Sīrius
noun
the dog-star

Sirmio
Sirmiō
noun
a peninsula on the shores of the

Sirmium
Sirmium
noun
an important city of

siromastes
sīromastēs
noun
a pit-searcher

Sirona
Sirōna
noun
name of a goddess among the Gauls

sirpe
sirpe
noun
a plant

sirpea
sirpea
noun
a basket-work of rushes to form the body of a wagon

sirpeus
sirpeus
adjective
of rushes

sirpiculus
sirpiculus
noun
a basket made of rushes

sirpiculus
sirpiculus
cross-reference

sirpiculus
sirpiculus
adjective
of or made of rushes

sirpicus
sirpicus
adjective
of or belonging to the plant

sirpo
sirpō
verb
to plait of rushes

sirpo
sirpō
verb

sirpus
sirpus
noun
A rush

sirpus
sirpus
noun

sirus
sīrus
noun
a pit

sis
sīs
cross-reference

sisamum
sīsamum
noun
Sesame or sesamum

Sisapo
Sisapō
noun
a small town in

Sisaponensis
Sisapōnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Sisapo

sisara
sisara
noun
a name among the Eubaeans for the plant

Siscia
Siscia
noun
a city of Pannonia

Sisenna
Sīsenna
noun
a Roman surname

siser
siser
noun
a plant with an esculent root

Sisichthon
Sīsichthōn
noun
Earth-shaker

Sisipus
Sīsipus
noun
Son of Aeolus

sispes
sispes
noun

sisto
sistō
verb
To cause to stand

sistratus
sistrātus
adjective
having or bearing a

sistrum
sīstrum
noun
a metallic rattle which was used by the Egyptians in celebrating the rites of Isis

Sisupus
Sīsupus
noun
Son of Aeolus

sisura
sisura
noun
a shaggy outer garment

sisurna
sisurna
noun
a shaggy outer garment

Sisygambis
Sisygambis
noun
a Persian female name

sisymbrium
sisymbrium
noun
a fragrant herb sacred to Venus

Sisypheius
Sisyphēius
adjective
of Sisyphus

Sisyphides
Sīsyphidēs
noun
offspring of Sisyphus

Sisyphius
Sīsyphius
adjective
of or belonging to Sisyphus

Sisyphus
Sīsyphus
noun
Son of Aeolus

sisyrinchion
sisyrinchion
noun
a kind of bulbous plant

sisyrus
sisyrus
noun
a plant

sitanius
sītanius
adjective
of this year

sitarchia
sītarchia
noun
Provisions for a journey

sitella
sitella
noun
a kind of urn used in drawing lots

Sitellitergus
Sitellitergus
noun
the title of a comedy by Plautus

Sithon
Sīthon
noun
Sithonian

Sithone
Sīthōnē
noun
a city of Macedonia

Sithonis
Sīthonis
noun
adj. f

Sithonius
Sīthonius
noun
a Thracian people

Sithonius
Sīthonius
adjective
Sithonian

sitibundus
sitibundus
adjective
thirsty

siticinis
siticinis
noun
musicians at funerals

siticulosus
sitīculōsus
adjective
Thirsty

sitiens
sitiens
adjective

sitiens
sitiens
adjective
thirsting

sitienter
sitienter
adverb
thirstily

sitio
sitiō
verb
to thirst

Sitiogagus
Sitiogagus
noun
a river of Asia

sitis
sitis
noun
thirst

sitistus
sītistus
adjective
fed

sitites
sītītēs
noun
a kind of precious stone

sititor
sitītor
noun
a thirster

sitona
sītōna
noun
a purchaser of grain

sitonia
sītōnia
noun
the office of a

Sitonis
Sitonis
noun
a people of northern Germany

sittace
sittacē
noun
a parrot

Sittianus
Sittiānus
adjective
of Sittius

Sittius
Sittius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

sittybus
sittybus
noun
a strip of parchment

situatus
situātus
adjective
situated

situla
situla
noun
A bucket

situlus
situlus
noun

situlus
situlus
noun
A bucket

situs
situs
adjective
placed

situs
situs
noun
The manner of lying

situs
situs
adjective

sive
sīve
conjunction
or if

smaragdineus
smaragdineus
adjective

smaragdinus
smaragdinus
adjective
of or belonging to the emerald

Smaragdites
Smaragdītēs
noun
a mountain on which the smaragdus was found

smaragdus
smaragdus
noun
a transparent precious stone of a bright green color

smaris
smaris
noun
a small sea-fish of inferior quality

smecticus
smecticus
adjective
cleansing

smegma
smegma
noun
a cleansing medicine

smerdaleos
smerdaleos
adjective
terrible

Smerdis
Smerdis
noun
A brother of Cambyses

smigma
smigma
noun
a cleansing medicine

smigma
smigma
cross-reference

smila
smīla
noun
a knife

smilax
smīlax
noun
Bindweed

smilion
smīlion
noun
a kind of medicinal salve

Smintheus
Sminthēus
noun
an epithet of Apollo

Smintheus
Smintheus
noun
an epithet of Apollo

Sminthius
Sminthius
noun
an epithet of Apollo

Smyrna
Smyrna
noun
a celebrated maritime city of Ionia

smyrna
smyrna
noun
myrrh

Smyrnaeus
Smyrnaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Smyrna

Smyrnaeus
Smyrnaeus
noun
the inhabitants of Smyrna

smyrnion
smyrnion
noun
a kind of herb like myrrh

smyrrhiza
smyrrhīza
noun
a plant

smyrus
smyrus
noun
a kind of fish

soboles
soboles
cross-reference

soboles
sobolēs
noun
a sprout

sobolesco
sobolescō
cross-reference

sobreus
sōbreus
cross-reference

sobreus
sōbreus
adjective
not drunk

sobrie
sōbriē
adverb
Moderately

sobriefactus
sōbriefactus
adjective
made reasonable

sobrietas
sōbrietās
noun
sobriety

sobrina
sōbrīna
noun
a cousin-german

sobrinus
sōbrīnus
noun
a cousin-german

sobrio
sōbriō
verb
to sober

sobrius
sōbrius
adjective
not drunk

soccatus
soccātus
adjective
furnished with or wearing

soccifer
soccifer
adjective
sock-wearing

socculus
socculus
noun
a small

soccus
soccus
noun
A kind of low-heeled

socer
socer
noun
A father-in-law

socera
socera
noun
a father-in-law or a mother-in-law

socerus
socerus
noun
A father-in-law

socia
socia
noun
a sharer

sociabilis
sociābilis
adjective
that may be easily united or joined together

sociabiliter
sociābiliter
adverb
connectedly

socialis
sociālis
adjective
of or belonging to companionship

socialitas
sociālitās
noun
fellowship

socialiter
sociāliter
adverb
socially

sociatio
sociātiō
noun
union

sociatrix
sociātrix
noun
she who associates or unites

sociennus
sociennus
noun
a fellow

societas
societās
noun
fellowship

socio
sociō
verb
to join or unite together

sociofraudus
sociofraudus
noun
one that deceives his comrades

socius
socius
adjective
sharing

socius
socius
noun
fellow

socondios
socondios
noun
a hyacinth-colored amethyst

socordia
sōcordia
noun
dulness of mind

socorditer
socorditer
adverb
carelessly

socors
sōcors
adjective
mentally dull

socos
socos
cross-reference
hyacinthcolor

socra
socra
noun
a father-in-law or a mother-in-law

Socrates
Sōcratēs
noun
The celebrated Greek philosopher

Socraticus
Sōcraticus
adjective
of or belonging to Socrates

Socraticus
Sōcraticus
noun
the followers or disciples of Socrates

socrualis
socruālis
adjective
of or belonging to a mother-in-law

socrus
socrus
noun
a father-in-law or a mother-in-law

sodaliciaria
sodāliciāria
noun
a companion

sodaliciarius
sodāliciārius
adjective
of or belonging to an association or fellowship

sodalicium
sodālicium
noun
a fellowship

sodalicius
sodālicius
adjective
Of or belonging to a sodalis

sodalis
sodālis
noun
a mate

sodalitas
sodālitās
noun
fellowship

sodalitiaria
sodālitiāria
noun
a companion

sodalitiarius
sodālitiārius
adjective
of or belonging to an association or fellowship

sodalitium
sodālitium
noun
a fellowship

sodalitius
sodālitius
adjective
Of or belonging to a sodalis

Sodanus
Sodanus
noun
a river of Gedrosia

sodes
sōdes
adverb
if you will

Sodius
Sodius
noun
an Iberian people in Asia

Sodoma
Sodoma
noun
the inhabitants of Sodom

Sodomita
Sodomīta
noun
the inhabitants of Sodom

Sodomiticus
Sodomīticus
adjective
of or belonging to Sodom

Sodomum
Sodomum
noun
the inhabitants of Sodom

Sodomum
Sodomum
noun
the city of Sodom in Palestine

Sodomus
Sodomus
noun
the inhabitants of Sodom

Sogdiana regio
Sogdiāna regiō
expression
a district in Asia between the Jaxartes and the Oxus

Sogdianus
Sogdiānus
noun
the inhabitants of Sogdiana

Sogiontus
Sogiontus
noun
an Alpine people

sol
sōl
noun
the sun

solaciolum
sōlāciolum
noun
a little comfort or solace

solacium
sōlācium
noun
a soothing

solago
sōlāgō
noun
a plant

solamen
sōlāmen
noun
a comfort

solamentum
sōlāmentum
noun
a relief

solanum
sōlānum
noun
a plant

Solanus
Sōlānus
noun
the east wind

solaris
sōlāris
adjective
of or belonging to the sun

solarium
sōlārium
noun
A sundial

solarium
solārium
noun
a ground-rent

solarius
sōlārius
adjective

solatiolum
sōlātiolum
cross-reference

solatiolum
sōlātiolum
noun
a little comfort or solace

solatium
sōlātium
noun
a soothing

solatium
sōlātium
noun

solator
sōlātor
noun
a comforter

solatus
sōlātus
adjective
sunburned

soldurius
soldūrius
noun
retainers or vassals

soldus
soldus
adjective

soldus
soldus
adjective
firm

solea
solea
noun
a sole

solearis
soleāris
adjective
like a sole or sandal

solearius
soleārius
noun
a sandal-maker

soleatus
soleātus
adjective
wearing sandals

solemnis
sōlemnis
adjective
yearly

solemnis
sōlemnis
cross-reference

solemnitas
sōlemnitas
cross-reference

solemnitas
solemnitās
noun
A solemnity

solemniter
sōlemniter
adverb
In a religious or solemn manner

solemnitus
sōlemnitus
cross-reference

solemnitus
sōlemnitus
adverb
solemnly

solen
sōlēn
noun
a kind of seamussel

solennis
sōlennis
adjective
yearly

solennis
sōlennis
cross-reference

solennis, solennitas, solennitus
sōlennis, sōlennitas, sōlennitus
expression

solennitas
solennitās
noun
A solemnity

solennitus
sōlennitus
adverb
solemnly

soleo
soleō
verb
to use

solers
sōlers
cross-reference

solers
sōlers
adjective
skilled

solerter
sōlerter
adverb
skilfully

solerter
sōlerter
cross-reference

solertia
sōlertia
noun
skill

solertia
sōlertia
cross-reference

Soletum
Soletum
noun
a town in Calabria

Soleus
Soleus
noun
of Soli

soliar
soliar
noun
a covering for the feet

solicanus
sōlicanus
adjective
singing alone

solicatio
sōlicātiō
noun
a sunning

solicismus
solicismus
noun
a grammatical fault in the construction of a sentence

solicitatio
sōlicitātiō
noun
Vexation

solicitatio, solicito
sōlicitātio, sōlicitō
expression

solicitator
sōlicitātor
noun
a tempter

solicito
sōlicitō
verb
to disturb

solicitudo
sōlicitūdō
noun
uneasiness of mind

solicitus
sōlicitus
adjective
thoroughly moved

solicitus
sōlicitus
adverb

solidamen
solidāmen
noun
that which makes firm or solid

solidamentum
solidāmentum
noun
that which makes firm or solid

solidatio
solidātiō
noun
a making firm or solid

solidatrix
solidātrix
noun
she that makes firm or solid

solide
solidē
adverb
Densely

solidesco
solidescō
verb
to become firm

solidipes
solidipēs
adjective

soliditas
soliditās
noun
solidness

solido
solidō
verb
to make firm

solidum
solidum
cross-reference
soundly

solidum
solidum
noun
a solid substance

solidum
solidum
noun
the whole sum

solidus
solidus
adjective
firm

solidus
solidus
noun
a gold coin

solifer
sōlifer
adjective
sun-bringing

soliferreum
sōliferreum
noun
a missile weapon made wholly of iron

solifuga
solifūga
cross-reference

solifundium
solifundium
noun
landed property

soligena
sōligena
noun
a child of the Sun

soliloquium
sōliloquium
noun
a talking to one's self

Solimus
Solimus
noun
a Trojan

solino
solinō
cross-reference

Solinus
Sōlīnus
noun
a Roman writer of the third century of the Christian era

solipuga
solipūga
noun
a kind of venomous ant

solipugna
solipugna
cross-reference

solistimum
sōlistimum
cross-reference

solistimus
sōlistimus
adjective
most perfect

solitaneus
sōlitāneus
adjective
separate

solitaneus
solitāneus
adjective
usual

solitanus
sōlitānus
adjective
the appellation of a species of African snail

solitarius
sōlitārius
adjective
alone

solitas
sōlitās
noun
a being alone

solitatim
sōlitātim
adverb
solitarily

solitaurile
sōlitaurīle
noun
a sacrifice consisting of a swine

solitaurilia
sōlitaurīlia
cross-reference

solito
solitō
verb
to be much accustomed or wont

solitudo
sōlitūdō
noun
a being alone or solitary

solitum
solitum
noun
the customary

solitus
solitus
adjective
wonted

solium
solium
noun
a seat

solivagus
sōlivagus
adjective
wandering or roving alone

sollemne
sollemne
noun
a religious or solemn rite

sollemne
sollemne
noun
usage

sollemnis
sollemnis
adjective
yearly

sollemnitas
sollemnitās
noun
A solemnity

sollemniter
sollemniter
adverb
In a religious or solemn manner

sollemnitus
sollemnitus
adverb
solemnly

sollempnis
sollempnis
adjective
yearly

sollennis
sollennis
adjective
yearly

sollennitas
sollennitās
noun
A solemnity

sollenniter
sollenniter
adverb
In a religious or solemn manner

sollennitus
sollennitus
adverb
solemnly

sollers
sollers
adjective
skilled

sollerter
sollerter
adverb
skilfully

sollertia
sollertia
noun
skill

sollicitatio
sollicitātiō
noun
Vexation

sollicitator
sollicitātor
noun
a tempter

sollicite
sollicitē
adverb
Carefully

sollicito
sollicitō
verb
to disturb

sollicitudo
sollicitūdō
noun
uneasiness of mind

sollicitus
sollicitus
adjective
thoroughly moved

sollicuria
sollicūria
cross-reference

solliferreum
solliferreum
noun
a missile weapon made wholly of iron

sollistimus
sollistimus
adjective
most perfect

sollus
sollus
adjective
whole

solo
sōlō
verb
to make lonely or desolate

Solo
Solō
noun
A famous legislator of the Athenians

solor
sōlor
verb
To comfort

Soloe
Soloē
adverb

Soloe
Soloe
noun
A town of Cilicia

soloecismus
soloecismus
noun
a grammatical fault in the construction of a sentence

soloecista
soloecista
noun
one that speaks faultily

soloecophanes
soloecophanes
noun
that which appears to be a solecism

soloecum
soloecum
noun

Solomon
Solomon
noun
Solomon

Solomonius
Solomōnius
adjective
of or belonging to Solomon

Solon
Solōn
noun
A famous legislator of the Athenians

Solon
Solōn
noun
a city of the Allobroges

Solonas
Solonās
noun
a Gallic tribe in Gallia Cisalpina

Solonium
Solonium
noun
a district near Lanuvium

Solorius
Solorius
noun
a mountain in Hispania Tarraconensis

solox
solox
adjective
of a coarse staple

solox
solox
noun
a dress of coarse woollen stuff

solpuga
solpūga
cross-reference

solpuga
solpūga
cross-reference

solsequium
solsequium
noun
a plant

solstitialis
solstitiālis
adjective
of or belonging to the summer solstice

solstitium
solstitium
noun
the time when the sun seems to stand still

solubilis
solūbilis
adjective
that may be loosed or taken apart

solum
solum
noun
the lowest part

solum
sōlum
adverb
alone

solummodo
sōlummodō
adverb
not merely

Soluntinus
Soluntīnus
adjective

Soluntinus
Soluntīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Solus

solus
solus
noun
the lowest part

solus
sōlus
adjective
alone

Solus
Solūs
noun
a town on the northern coast of Sicily

Solus
Solus
noun
A town of Cilicia

solute
solūtē
adverb
Thinly

solutilis
solūtilis
adjective
that is easily loosed or taken apart

solutim
solūtim
adverb
loosely

solutio
solūtiō
noun
a loosing

solutor
solūtor
noun
A looser

solutrix
solūtrix
noun
she that looses or sets free

solutum
solūtum
noun
that which is paid

solutum
solūtum
noun
a state of looseness

solutus
solūtus
adjective

solutus
solūtus
adjective
free

Solva
Solva
noun
a city of Noricum

Solvensis
Solvensis
adjective
of or belonging to Solva

solvo
solvō
verb
to loosen an object

Solyma
Solyma
adjective

Solymos
Solymos
noun
a Trojan

Solymum
Solymum
noun
of or belonging to Jerusalem

Solymus
Solymus
noun
a Trojan

Solymus
Solymus
adjective

Solymus
Solymus
adjective
pertaining to Jerusalem

somnialis
somniālis
noun
dreambringing

somnialiter
somniāliter
adverb
in a dream

somniator
somniātor
noun
one who has faith in dreams

somniculose
somniculōsē
adverb
sleepily

somniculosus
somniculōsus
adjective
full of sleep

somnifer
somnifer
adjective
sleep-bringing

somnificus
somnificus
adjective
causing sleep

somniger
somniger
adjective
sleep-bringing

somnio
somniō
verb
to dream

somniosus
somniōsus
adjective
sleepy

somnium
somnium
noun
a dream

somnolenter
somnolenter
adverb
sleepily

somnolentia
somnolentia
noun
sleepiness

somnolentus
somnolentus
adjective
full of sleep

somnulentia
somnulentia
noun
sleepiness

somnulentus
somnulentus
adjective
full of sleep

somnurnus
somnurnus
adjective
of or belonging to sleep

somnus
somnus
noun
sleep

sona
sōna
noun
a belt

sonabilis
sonābilis
adjective
sounding

sonans
sonans
adjective
noisy

sonarius
sōnārius
adjective
of or belonging to a belt or girdle

sonax
sonax
adjective
sounding

sonchus
sonchus
noun
the herb sow-thistle

sonipes
sonipēs
adjective
with sounding feet

sonito
sonitō
verb
to make a noise

sonitus
sonitus
noun
a noise

sonivius
sonivius
adjective
noisy

sono
sonō
verb
to make a noise

sonor
sonor
noun
a noise

sonore
sonōrē
adverb
loudly

sonoris
sonōris
adjective
noisy

sonoritas
sonōritās
noun
fulness of sound

sonorus
sonōrus
adjective
noisy

sons
sons
adjective
Guilty

Sontiatis
Sontiātis
noun
a powerful tribe in Aquitania

sonticus
sonticus
adjective
dangerous

Sontinus
Sontinus
noun
a people of Lucania

Sontius
Sontius
noun
a river in Carinthia

sonupes
sonupēs
cross-reference

sonupes
sonupēs
adjective
with sounding feet

Sonus
Sōnus
noun
a river of India

sonus
sonus
noun
a noise

sonus
sōnus
adjective
sounding

Sopater
Sōpater
noun
a Greek proper name

Sophene
Sōphēnē
noun
a district in Armenia

Sophenus
Sōphēnus
noun
a people of Asia

sophia
sophia
noun
wisdom

sophisma
sophisma
noun
a false conclusion

sophismatius
sophismatius
adjective
sophistical

sophista
sophista
noun
a sophist

sophistes
sophistēs
noun
a sophist

sophistice
sophisticē
noun
false reasoning

sophistice
sophisticē
adverb
sophistically

sophisticus
sophisticus
adjective
sophistic

Sophocles
Sophocles
noun
a celebrated Greek tragic poet

Sophocleus
Sophōclēus
adjective
of or in the manner of Sophocles

Sophocleus
Sophoclēus
adjective
of or in the manner of Sophocles

Sophoclidisca
Sophōclidisca
noun
the name of a woman

Sophoclidisca
Sophoclidisca
noun
the name of a woman

Sophoniba
Sophonība
noun
wife of Syphax and daughter of Hasdrubal

sophos
sophōs
adverb
well done! well said! bravo!

Sophron
Sōphrōn
noun
a Greek composer of mimes

Sophrona
Sōphrona
noun
the name of a woman

Sophroniscus
Sōphroniscus
noun
a statuary

Sophus
Sophus
noun
a surname of the consul P. Sempronius

sophus
sophus
noun
a wise man

sopio
sōpiō
verb
to deprive of feeling or sense

Sopolis
Sopolis
noun
a celebrated painter in the time of Cicero

sopor
sopor
noun
a deep sleep

soporatio
sopōrātiō
noun
lethargy

soporatus
sopōrātus
adjective

soporifer
sopōrifer
adjective
sleep-bringing

soporo
sopōrō
verb
to put or lay asleep

soporus
sopōrus
adjective
of or belonging to sleep

Sora
Sōra
noun
the northernmost city of

Soracte
Sōracte
noun
a high mountain in Etruria

Soractia
Soractia
noun
a city of Syria

soracum
sōracum
noun
a pannier

Soranus
Sōrānus
adjective
of or belonging to Sora

Soranus
Sōrānus
adjective

Soranus
Soranus
noun
an epithet of

sorbeo
sorbeō
verb
to sup up

sorbilis
sorbilis
adjective
that may be sucked or supped up

sorbillo
sorbillō
verb
to sip

sorbilo
sorbilō
adverb
sippingly

sorbitio
sorbitiō
noun
a drink

sorbitium
sorbitium
noun
a drink

sorbitiuncula
sorbitiuncula
noun
a small draught

sorbum
sorbum
noun
the fruit of the

sorbus
sorbus
noun
the true sorb- or servicetree

sordeo
sordeō
verb
to be dirty

sordes
sordēs
noun
dirt

sordesco
sordescō
verb
to become dirty

sordicula
sordicula
noun
a little dirt or filth

sordidatus
sordidātus
adjective
in dirty clothes

sordide
sordidē
adverb
dirtily

sordido
sordidō
verb
to dirty

sordidulus
sordidulus
adjective
soiled

sordidus
sordidus
adjective
dirty

sordities
sorditiēs
noun
filth

sorditudo
sorditūdō
noun
dirt

Sordonis
Sordonis
noun
a people of Gaul

sordulentus
sordulentus
adjective
wearing dirty clothes

sorex
sorex
noun
a shrew-mouse

sorex
sōrex
noun
a shrew-mouse

Soricaria
Sōricāria
noun
a town of

soricinus
sōricīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the shrew-mouse

sorites
sōrītēs
noun
a logical sophism formed by an accumulation of arguments

sorix
sorix
cross-reference

soror
soror
noun
a sister: Th

sororcula
sororcula
noun
a little sister

sororicida
sorōricīda
noun
the murderer of his sister

sororicidium
sorōricīdium
cross-reference

sororiculatus
sorōriculātus
adjective

sororio
sorōriō
verb
to grow up or swell together

sororius
sorōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a sister

sors
sors
noun
a lot

sorsum
sorsum
adverb
asunder

sorticula
sorticula
noun
f dim

Sortiens
Sortiens
noun

Sortientes
Sortientes
noun
The Lot-drawers

sortifer
sortifer
noun
giving out oracles

sortiger
sortiger
cross-reference

sortilegus
sortilegus
adjective
foretelling

sortilegus
sortilegus
noun
a fortune-teller

sortior
sortior
verb
to cast or draw lots

sortio
sortiō
verb
to draw lots

sortis
sortis
noun
a lot

sortitio
sortītiō
noun
a casting or drawing of lots

sortito
sortītō
adverb
by lot

sortitor
sortītor
noun
one who casts or drdws lots

sortitus
sortītus
adjective

sortitus
sortītus
adjective
drawn by lot

sortitus
sortītus
noun
a casting or drawing of lots

sory
sōry
noun
a kind of ore

sos
sos
cross-reference

Sosagoras
Sōsagorās
noun
a Greek physician

Sosia
Sōsia
noun
the name of a servant

Sosianus
Sosiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Sosius

Sosianus
Sōsiānus
adjective

Sosias
Sōsias
cross-reference

Sosigenes
Sōsigenēs
noun
a famous astronomer employed by Julius Caesar in reforming the calendar

Sosilus
Sōsilus
noun
a Lacedaemonian who instructed Hannibal in Greek literature and recorded his exploits

Sosippus
Sōsippus
noun
a Greek proper name

Sosis
Sōsis
noun
a Greek proper name

Sositheus
Sōsitheus
noun
a Greek proper name

Sosius
Sosius
noun
name of a Roman gens.

sospes
sospes
noun
saving

Sospita
Sospita
noun

sospita
sospita
noun
saving

sospitalis
sospitālis
adjective
giving health or safety

sospitas
sospitās
noun
safety

sospitator
sospitātor
noun
a savior

sospitatrix
sospitātrix
noun
she that saves or delivers

sospito
sospitō
verb
to save

Sostratus
Sostratus
noun
a Greek proper name

Sosus
Sosus
noun
the title of a book written by Antiochus against Philo

Sosus
Sosus
noun
a proper name

Sotades
Sōtadēs
noun
an obscene Greek poet

Sotadeus
Sōtadēus
adjective
of or in the manner of Sotades

Sotadicus
Sōtadicus
adjective
Sotadic

Soter
Sōter
noun
A savior

soteria
sōtēria
noun
a festive entertainment given on a person's recovery from illness or escape from danger

Sotericianus
Sōtēriciānus
adjective
belonging to the Saviour

Sotericus
Sōtēricus
noun
a Greek proper name

Sotiatis
Sotiatis
noun
a people in

Sottiatis
Sottiatis
noun
a people in

sozusa
sōzūsa
noun
a plant

Sp
Sp
cross-reference
a Roman praenomen

Spaco
Spācō
noun
the nurse of Cyrus

spadicarius
spādīcārius
noun
one that dyes a chestnut-brown color

spadicum
spādīcum
noun

spadicum
spādīcum
cross-reference

spadix
spādix
noun
a palm-branch broken off

spado
spadō
noun
one who has no generative power

spadonatus
spadōnātus
noun
the state of a

spadoninus
spadōnīnus
adjective
seedless

spadonius
spadōnius
adjective
unfruitful

spaerita
spaerīta
noun
a kind of round cake

spagas
spagas
cross-reference
a kind of pitch found in Asia

Spalathra
Spalathra
noun
a city on the Thessalian coast

Spalathra
Spalāthra
noun
a city on the Thessalian coast

spalax
spalax
noun
a plant

Spaleus
Spaleus
noun
a people on the Tanais

Sparax
Sparāx
noun
the name of a slave

sparganion
sparganion
noun
the plant bur-weed

spargo
spargō
noun
a sprinkling

spargo
spargō
verb
to strew

sparsilis
sparsilis
adjective
that may be scattered or dispersed

sparsim
sparsim
adverb
scatteredly

sparsio
sparsiō
noun
A sprinkling

sparsivus
sparsīvus
adjective
of or for hurling

sparsus
sparsus
adjective
spread open or out

sparsus
sparsus
adjective

Sparta
Sparta
noun
The famous capital of Laconia

Spartacus
Spartacus
noun
A celebrated Thracian gladiator

Spartanus
Spartānus
noun
a Spartan

Spartanus
Spartānus
adjective

Spartanus
Spartānus
adjective
Spartan

spartarium
spartārium
noun
places where broom grows

spartarius
spartārius
adjective
of or belonging to broom

Sparte
Spartē
noun
Sparta is your country

spartea
spartea
noun
a shoe made of broom

sparteolus
sparteolus
noun
a watchman against fire

sparteus
sparteus
adjective
of broom

Spartiacus
Spartiacus
adjective
Spartan

Spartianus
Spartiānus
noun
a Roman historian of the time of Diocletian

Spartiates
Spartiātēs
noun
a Spartan

Spartiaticus
Spartiāticus
adjective
Spartan

Sparticus
Sparticus
adjective
Spartan

Spartoe
Spartoe
noun
the armed men who sprang up from the dragon's teeth sown by Cadmus

sparton
sparton
noun
a plant originally growing in Spain

spartopolios
spartopolios
noun
an unknown kind of precious stone

spartum
spartum
noun
a plant originally growing in Spain

Spartus
Spartus
noun
the armed men who sprang up from the dragon's teeth sown by Cadmus

sparulus
sparulus
noun
a kind of fish

sparus
sparus
noun
a kind of fish

sparus
sparus
noun
a small missile weapon with a curved blade

spasma
spasma
noun

spasmus
spasmus
noun
a cramp

spasticus
spasticus
adjective
afflicted with the cramp or spasms

Spatale
Spatalē
noun
the name of a nymph

spatalium
spatalium
cross-reference

spatalium
spatalium
noun
a kind of bracelet

spatalocinaedus
spatalōcinaedus
noun
a lewd person

spatangius
spatangius
noun
a kind of sea-urchin

spatha
spatha
noun
A broad

spathaliion
spathaliion
noun
a kind of bracelet

spathalium
spathalium
noun
a kind of bracelet

spathe
spathē
noun

spathla
spathla
noun
A broad piece

spathula
spathula
noun

spatiator
spatiātor
noun
one who walks about

spatior
spatior
verb
To take a walk

spatiolum
spatiolum
noun
a small space

spatiose
spatiōsē
adverb
Widely

spatiositas
spatiōsitās
noun
wideness

spatiosus
spatiōsus
adjective
roomy

spatium
spatium
noun
room

spatula
spatula
noun
A broad piece

spatule
spatulē
noun
lewdness

speca
spēca
noun
a point

specialis
speciālis
adjective
not general

specialitas
speciālitās
noun
particularity

specialiter
speciāliter
adverb
particularly

speciaria
speciāria
noun
a female spice-dealer

speciarius
speciārius
adjective

speciatim
speciātim
adverb
in particular

speciatus
speciātus
adjective
shaped

species
speciēs
noun
a seeing

specillatus
specillātus
adjective
furnished with little mirrors

specillum
specillum
noun
a surgical instrument for examining diseased parts of the body

specimen
specimen
noun
a mark

specio
speciō
verb
to look

speciose
speciōsē
adverb
showily

speciositas
speciōsitās
noun
good looks

speciosus
speciōsus
adjective
good-looking

spectabilis
spectābilis
adjective
that may be seen

spectabilitas
spectābilitās
noun
the office or dignity of a

spectaclum
spectāclum
noun
a show

spectaculum
spectāculum
noun
a show

spectamen
spectāmen
noun
a mark

spectamenta
spectāmenta
cross-reference

spectate
spectātē
adverb
splendidly

spectatio
spectātiō
noun
a looking

spectativus
spectātīvus
adjective
contemplative

spectator
spectātor
noun
a looker-on

spectatrix
spectātrix
noun
She that looks at or observes

spectatus
spectātus
adjective

spectatus
spectātus
adjective

spectile
spectilē
adverb

spectile
spectile
cross-reference

spectio
spectiō
noun
an observing of the auspices

specto
spectō
verb
to look at

spectrum
spectrum
noun
an appearance

spectus
spectus
noun
look

specula
spēcula
noun
a slight hope

specula
specula
noun
a look-out

speculabilis
speculābilis
adjective
that may be seen

speculabundus
speculābundus
adjective
on the look-out

speculamen
speculāmen
noun
a looking at

specular
specular
adjective

specularis
speculāris
adjective
of or belonging to a mirror

specularium
speculārium
noun
window panes

specularius
speculārius
noun
a mirror-maker

speculatio
speculātiō
noun
A spying out

speculativa
speculātīva
noun

speculativus
speculātīvus
adjective
speculative

speculator
speculātor
noun
a looker-out

speculatoria
speculātōria
noun
A spy-boat

speculatorius
speculātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to spies or scouts

speculatrix
speculātrīx
noun
she that spies or watches

speculatus
speculātus
adjective

speculatus
speculātus
adjective
furnished or adorned with mirrors

speculor
speculor
verb
to spy out

speculum
speculum
noun
a looking-glass

specus
specus
noun
a cave

spegma
spegma
noun

spelaeum
spēlaeum
noun
a cave

speleum
spēlēum
noun
a cave

spelta
spelta
noun
spelt

spelunca
spēlunca
noun
A cave

speluncosus
spēluncōsus
adjective
full of caves or caverns

spera
spēra
noun

sperabilis
spērābilis
adjective
that may be hoped for

sperata
spērāta
noun
a betrothed

speratus
spērātus
adjective

speratus
spērātus
noun
a betrothed

speratus
spērātus
adjective
that is hoped or longed for

Spercheios
Sperchēīos
noun
a river of Thessaly

Spercheis
Sperchēis
noun
adj. f

Spercheos
Sperchēos
noun
a river of Thessaly

Spercheus
Sperchēus
noun
a river of Thessaly

Sperchiae
Sperchiae
noun

Sperchionides
Sperchīonidēs
noun
a dweller by the Spercheos

Sperchios
Sperchios
noun

Sperchius
Sperchīus
noun
a river of Thessaly

speres
spēres
noun

sperma
sperma
noun
seed

spermaticus
spermaticus
adjective
of or relating to seed

spernax
spernax
adjective
despising

spernor
spernor
verb
to despise

sperno
spernō
verb
to sever

spero
spērō
verb
To hope

spes
spēs
noun
hope

spetile
spētile
cross-reference

Speusippus
Speusippus
noun
a nephew of Plato

speusticus
speusticus
adjective
hastily made

sphacos
sphacos
noun
a kind of fragrant moss

sphaera
sphaera
noun
a ball

sphaeralis
sphaerālis
adjective
of or belonging to a ball

sphaerica
sphaerica
noun
spherics

sphaericus
sphaericus
adjective
of or belonging to a ball

sphaerion
sphaerion
noun
a little ball

sphaerista
sphaerista
noun
a ball-player

sphaeristerium
sphaeristērium
noun
a place for playing ball

sphaeroides
sphaeroīdes
noun
round

sphaeromachia
sphaeromachia
noun
a kind of boxing in which the combatants had iron balls strapped to their hands

sphaerula
sphaerula
noun
a small ball or sphere

Sphaerus
Sphaerus
noun
A Stoic

Sphagia
Sphagia
noun
three rocky islands near Pylos

sphagnos
sphagnos
noun
a kind of fragrant moss

sphera
sphera
noun
a ball

sphera
sphēra
noun
a ball

sphincter
sphincter
noun
the sphincter

Sphinga
Sphinga
noun

sphingatus
sphingātus
adjective
in the form of a sphinx

sphingion
sphingion
noun
a kind of ape

sphinthria
sphinthria
noun
a male prostitute

Sphinx
Sphinx
noun
A fabulous monster near Thebes that used to propose riddles to travellers

sphondyle
sphondylē
noun

sphondyle
sphondylē
noun
an insect that lives in the ground

sphondylion
sphondylion
noun
the herb bear's-foot

sphondylion
sphondylion
noun

sphondylum
sphondylum
noun

sphondylus
sphondylus
noun
A joint of the spine

sphondylus
sphondylus
noun

sphragis
sphrāgis
noun
A kind of stone used for seals

sphragitis
sphrāgītis
noun
the impression of a seal

sphyraena
sphȳraena
noun
a kind of sea-fish

spica
spīca
noun
a point

spicatus
spīcātus
adjective

spiceus
spīceus
adjective
consisting of ears of corn

spicifer
spīcifer
adjective
ear-bearing

spicilegium
spīcilegium
noun
a gleaning

spicio
spiciō
verb
to look

spicio
spiciō
verb

spiclum
spīclum
noun
a little sharp point or sting

spico
spīcō
verb
to furnish with spikes or ears

spicula
spīcula
noun
a plant

spiculator
spīculātor
cross-reference

spiculator
spiculātor
noun
a looker-out

spiculo
spīculō
verb
to sharpen to a point

spiculum
spīculum
noun
a little sharp point or sting

spiculus
spīculus
adjective
pointed

spicum
spīcum
noun
a point

spina
spīna
noun
a thorn

spinalis
spīnālis
adjective
of or belonging to the spine

spinea
spīnea
noun
a kind of vine

spineola
spīneola
noun
a kind of small-leaved rose

spinesco
spīnescō
verb
to grow thorny

spinetum
spīnētum
noun
a thorn hedge

spineus
spīneus
adjective
of or made of thorns

Spinga
Spinga
noun

Spiniensis
Spīniensis
noun
a deity that guarded the fields against thorns

spinifer
spīnifer
adjective
thorn-bearing

spiniger
spīniger
adjective
thorn-bearing

Spino
Spīnō
noun
a small stream near Rome

spinositas
spīnōsitās
noun
thorniness

spinosulus
spīnōsulus
adjective
somewhat thorny

spinosus
spīnōsus
adjective
full of thorns or prickles

spinter
spinter
noun
a kind of bracelet

Spintharus
Spintharus
noun
A slave and amanuensis of Cicero

Spinther
Spinther
noun
a Roman surname

spinther
spinther
cross-reference

spinther
spinther
noun
a kind of bracelet

spintria
spintria
noun

spintria
spintria
noun
a male prostitute

Spintum
Spintum
noun
a town of Ethiopia

spinturnicium
spinturnīcium
noun
a little bird of ill-omen

spinturnix
spinturnix
noun
an unsightly bird

spinula
spīnula
noun
A little thorn

spinus
spīnus
noun
a blackthorn

Spio
Spīō
noun
a sea - nymph

spionia
spionia
noun
a kind of grape-vine

spionicus
spionicus
adjective
of or belonging to the

spira
spīra
noun
That which is wound

spirabilis
spīrābilis
adjective
that may be breathed

spiraculum
spīrāculum
noun
a breathinghole

spiraea
spīraea
noun
the herb meadowsweet

Spiraeum
Spīraeum
noun
a promontory of Argolis

spiramen
spīrāmen
noun
A breathing - hole

spiramentum
spīrāmentum
noun
A breathing-hole

spiratio
spīrātiō
noun
a breathing

spiratus
spīrātus
noun
a breathing

Spiridion
Spīridiōn
noun
a surname of the rhetorician Glycon

spiritalis
spīritālis
adjective
Of or belonging to breathing

spiritalitas
spīritālitās
noun
spirituality

spiritaliter
spīritāliter
adverb
spiritually

spiritualis
spīrituālis
adjective
Of or belonging to breathing

spiritualis
spīrituālis
cross-reference

spiritualitas
spīrituālitas
cross-reference

spiritualitas
spīrituālitās
noun
spirituality

spiritualiter
spīrituāliter
cross-reference

spiritualiter
spīrituāliter
adverb
spiritually

spiritus
spīritus
noun
a breathing or gentle blowing

spiro
spīrō
verb
to breathe

spirula
spīrula
noun
a small twisted cake or cracknel

spissamentum
spissāmentum
noun
a stopple

spissatio
spissātiō
noun
condensation

spisse
spissē
adverb
Thickly

spissesco
spissescō
verb
to become thick

spissigradus
spissigradus
adjective
slow-paced

spissitas
spissitās
noun
compactness

spissitudo
spissitūdō
noun
thickness

spisso
spissō
verb
to thicken

spissus
spissus
adjective
thick

spithama
spithama
noun
a span

splanchnoptes
splanchnoptēs
noun
the roaster of entrails

splen
splēn
noun
the milt or spleen

splendens
splendens
adjective
brilliant

splendentia
splendentia
noun
brilliancy

splendeo
splendeō
verb
to shine

splendesco
splendescō
verb
to become bright or shining

splendico
splendicō
verb
to shine

splendide
splendidē
adverb
brightly

splendido
splendidō
verb
to make shining or bright

splendidus
splendidus
adjective
bright

splendifice
splendificē
adverb
brightly

splendifico
splendificō
verb
to make bright

splenditenens
splenditenens
adjective
resplendent

splendor
splendor
noun
sheen

splendorifer
splendōrifer
adjective
bringing brightness or splendor

spleneticus
splēnēticus
adjective
affected with spleen

spleniatus
splēniātus
adjective
plastered

splenicus
splēnicus
adjective

splenites
splēnītēs
noun
a splenetic person

splenium
splēnium
noun
Milt-waste

spodium
spodium
noun
the dross of metals

spodos
spodos
noun
dross

Spoletanus
Spōlētānus
adjective
of Spoletium

Spoletinus
Spōlētīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Spoletium

Spoletinus
Spōlētīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Spoletium

Spoletium
Spōlētium
noun
a city of Umbria

Spoletum
Spōlētum
noun
a city of Umbria

spoliabilis
spoliābilis
adjective
that can be stripped off

spoliarium
spoliārium
noun
a place in the amphitheatre where the clothes were stripped from the slain gladiators who were dragged thither

spoliatio
spoliātiō
noun
a pillaging

spoliator
spoliātor
noun
a robber

spoliatrix
spoliātrix
noun
she that robs

spoliatus
spoliātus
adjective

spoliatus
spoliātus
adjective
plundered

spolio
spoliō
verb
to strip

spolium
spolium
noun
the spoil

sponda
sponda
noun
the frame

spondaeus
spondaeus
noun
a vessel used in making libations

spondaeus
spondaeus
noun

spondaicus
spondaicus
cross-reference

spondaicus
spondaicus
adjective
consisting of spondees

spondalium
spondālium
noun
a sacrificial hymn

spondaulium
spondaulium
noun
a sacrificial hymn

spondeo
spondeō
verb
to promise solemnly

spondeum
spondēum
noun
a vessel used in making libations

spondeus
spondēus
noun
a vessel used in making libations

spondiacus
spondīacus
adjective
consisting of spondees

spondius
spondīus
noun
a vessel used in making libations

spondyle
spondylē
noun
an insect that lives in the ground

spondyliium
spondyliium
noun
the herb bear's-foot

spondylion
spondylion
noun
the herb bear's-foot

spondylus
spondylus
noun
A joint of the spine

spongea
spongea
noun
a sponge

spongeosus
spongeōsus
adjective
spongy

spongia
spongia
noun
a sponge

Spongia
Spongia
noun
a proper name

spongio
spongiō
verb
to wipe off with a sponge

spongiola
spongiola
noun
A rosegall

spongiolus
spongiolus
noun
a kind of small fungus or mushroom

spongiosus
spongiōsus
adjective
spongy

spongitis
spongītis
noun
a kind of precious stone

spongius
spongius
adjective
spongy

spongizo
spongīzō
verb
to wipe off with a sponge

spongos
spongos
noun
a sponge

spons
spons
noun

sponsa
sponsa
noun
a betrothed woman

sponsale
sponsāle
noun
a bridal bed

sponsale
sponsāle
noun
A betrothal

sponsalicius
sponsālīcius
adjective
of or belonging to betrothal

sponsalis
sponsālis
adjective
Of or belonging to betrothal or espousal

sponsalitius
sponsālītius
adjective
of or belonging to betrothal

sponsio
sponsiō
noun
a solemn promise or engagement

sponsiuncula
sponsiuncula
noun
a little engagement or stipulation

sponso
sponsō
verb
to betroth

sponsor
sponsor
noun
a bondsman

sponsum
sponsum
noun
a covenant

sponsus
sponsus
noun
an engagement

sponsus
sponsus
noun
a betrothed man

sponsus
sponsus
adjective
promised

spontalis
spontālis
adjective
voluntary

spontaliter
spontāliter
adverb
voluntarily

spontanee
spontāneē
adverb
voluntarily

spontaneus
spontāneus
adjective
of one's free will

sponte
sponte
noun
of free will

spontis
spontis
adjective
To be one's own master

spontis
spontis
cross-reference

spontis
spontis
noun
of free will

Sporadis
Sporadis
noun
islands in the Aegean Sea

sporta
sporta
noun
a plaited basket or ham per

sportella
sportella
noun
a little basket

sportula
sportula
noun
a little basket

sportulo
sportulō
verb
to take the dole of a patron

Sporus
Sporus
noun
a eunuch

spretio
sprētiō
noun
a despising

spretor
sprētor
noun
a despiser

spretus
sprētus
noun
a despising

spretus
sprētus
adjective

spuma
spūma
noun
foam

spumabundus
spūmābundus
adjective
foaming

spumatio
spūmātiō
noun
a foaming

spumatus
spūmātus
noun
a foaming

spumesco
spūmescō
verb
to grow foamy or frothy

spumeus
spūmeus
adjective
foaming

spumidus
spūmidus
adjective
foaming

spumifer
spūmifer
adjective
foam-bearing

spumigena
spūmigena
noun
foam-born

spumiger
spūmiger
adjective
making foam

spumo
spūmō
verb
to foam

spumosus
spūmōsus
adjective
full of foam

spuo
spuō
verb
to spit

spurcale
spurcāle
noun
pollutions

spurcamen
spurcāmen
noun
dirt

spurcatus
spurcātus
adjective

spurce
spurcē
adverb
dirtily

spurcidicus
spurcidicus
adjective
using filthy language

spurcificus
spurcificus
adjective
making filthy

spurciloquium
spurciloquium
noun
filthy or smutty language

spurcitia
spurcitia
noun
filth

spurcities
spurcitiēs
noun
filth

spurco
spurcō
verb
to make filthy

spurcus
spurcus
adjective
dirty

Spurinna
Spūrinna
noun
the surname of several Romans

spurium
spurium
noun
a marine animal of a similar shape

Spurius
Spurius
cross-reference
a Roman praenomen

spurius
spurius
noun
an illegitimate or spurious child

sputamen
spūtāmen
noun
spittle

sputamentum
spūtāmentum
noun
spittle

sputatilicus
spūtātilicus
adjective
that deserves to be spit at

sputator
spūtātor
noun
one who spits much

sputo
spūtō
verb
to spit

sputum
spūtum
noun
spit

sputum
spūtum
noun

sputus
spūtus
noun
a spitting

squalefacio
squālefaciō
verb
to make squalid

squalentia
squālentia
noun
dirt

squalentium
squālentium
noun
deserts

squaleo
squāleō
verb
to be stiff or rough

squales
squālēs
noun
filth

squalide
squālidē
adverb
without ornament

squaliditas
squāliditās
noun
filth

squalidus
squālidus
adjective
stiff

squalitas
squālitās
noun
dirt

squalitudo
squālitūdō
noun
dirt

squalor
squālor
noun
stiffness

squalus
squālus
adjective
dirty

squalus
squalus
noun
a kind of sea-fish

squama
squāma
noun
a scale

squamatim
squāmātim
adverb
like scales

squamatus
squāmātus
adjective
scaly

squameus
squāmeus
adjective
scaly

squamifer
squāmifer
adjective
scale - bearing

squamiger
squāmiger
adjective
scale-bearing

squamigerus
squāmigerus
noun
fishes

squamossus
squāmossus
adjective
full of or covered with scales

squamosus
squāmōsus
adjective
full of or covered with scales

squamula
squāmula
noun
a little scale

squarrosus
squarrōsus
adjective

squatina
squātina
noun
a species of shark

squatus
squātus
noun

squilla
squilla
noun

squilla
squilla
noun
A sea-onion

st
st
interjection
hist! whist! hush!

Staberius
Staberius
noun
the name of a Latin grammarian

Stabia
Stabia
noun
a small town on the coast of Campania near Pompeii

Stabianum
Stabiānum
noun
The Stabian territory

Stabianus
Stabiānus
adjective
of or belonging to Stabiae

stabilimen
stabilīmen
noun
a stay

stabilimentum
stabilīmentum
noun
a stay

stabilio
stabiliō
verb
to make firm

stabilis
stabilis
adjective
that stands firm

stabilitas
stabilitās
noun
a standing fast or firm

stabiliter
stabiliter
adverb
firmly

stabilitor
stabilītor
noun
an establisher

stabularius
stabulārius
adjective
of or belonging to a stopping-place or stable

stabularius
stabulārius
noun
A stable - boy

stabulatio
stabulātiō
noun
a place where cattle stand or are housed

stabulor
stabulor
verb
to have an abode

stabulo
stabulō
verb

stabulum
stabulum
noun
a standing-place

stachys
stachys
noun
a plant

stacta
stacta
noun
myrrh-oil

stacte
stactē
noun
myrrh-oil

stacton
stacton
noun
a kind of eye-salve

stacula
stacula
noun
a kind of vine

Stadia
Stadia
noun
an ancient name of the town of Cnidus in Caria

stadialis
stadiālis
adjective
of or containing a

stadiatus
stadiātus
adjective
furnished with a race-course

stadiodromos
stadiodromos
noun
a runner in a foot-race

Stadios
Stadios
noun
a Greek painter

Stadisis
Stadisis
noun
a town in Ethiopia

stadium
stadium
noun
a stade

Stadius
Stadius
noun
the name of a man

Stagerites
Stagērītes
noun
Aristotle

Stagirites
Stagīrītēs
noun
the Stagirite

Stagirum
Stagīrum
noun
a town in Macedonia

stagnans
stagnans
noun
inundated places

stagnatilis
stagnātilis
adjective
of or belonging to ponds or pools

stagnensis
stagnensis
adjective
of or belonging to ponds or pools

stagneus
stagneus
adjective

stagneus
stagneus
adjective
made of

stagninus
stagnīnus
adjective
resembling stagnant water

stagno
stagnō
verb
to overlay or plate with

stagno
stagnō
verb
to form a pool of standing water

stagnosus
stagnōsus
adjective
full of standing waters or pools

stagnum
stagnum
noun
an alloy of silver and lead

stagnum
stagnum
noun
a piece of standing water

stagnum
stagnum
noun

stagonias
stagoniās
noun
a kind of frankincense

stagonitis
stagonītis
noun
gum galbanum

Staienus
Stāiēnus
noun
a Roman surname

stalagmias
stalagmiās
noun
a natural vitriol

stalagmium
stalagmium
noun
an ear-drop

Stalagmus
Stālagmus
noun
the name of a slave

stamen
stāmen
noun
the warp

staminatus
stāminātus
adjective
consisting of threads

stamineus
stāmineus
adjective
consisting of threads

stannatio
stannātiō
noun
a trowel

stannatura
stannātūra
noun
plastering

stanneus
stanneus
adjective
made of

stannum
stannum
noun
an alloy of silver and lead

staphis
staphis
noun
a plant

Staphyla
Staphyla
noun
the name of a woman

Staphyle
Staphylē
noun
the name of a woman

staphylinos
staphylīnos
noun
a kind of parsnip

staphylinus
staphylīnus
noun
a kind of parsnip

staphylodendron
staphylodendron
noun
the pistachio - tree

staphyloma
staphylōma
noun
a blemish in the eye

Staphylus
Staphylus
noun
a son of Silenus

Staseas
Staseās
noun
a Peripatetic philosopher of Neapolis

Stasiasta
Stasiasta
noun
the name of a tragedy of Attius

stasimum
stasimum
noun
that part of a poem which was sung standing

Stasimus
Stasimus
noun
the name of a slave

statae matris
statae mātris
expression
Vesta

statanum vinum
statānum vīnum
expression
an excellent kind of wine

Statanus
Statānus
noun
the deity who presided over the standing of children

stataria
statāria
cross-reference
a kind of comedy

statarius
statārius
adjective
of or belonging to standing or standing fast

statarius
statārius
noun
the actors in the

Statelli
Statellī
adverb

Statellus
Statellus
noun
a people of Liguria

stater
stater
noun
a small silver coin of the Jews

statera
statēra
noun
a steelyard

Statianus
Statiānus
noun
the name of a lieutenant of Antony

statice
staticē
noun
an herb of an astringent quality

staticulum
staticulum
noun
A little statue or image

staticulus
st