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tabella
tabella
noun
a small board

tabellarius
tabellārius
adjective
of a ballot

tabeo
tābeō
verb
to melt away

taberna
taberna
noun
a rude dwelling

tabernaculum
tabernāculum
noun
a tent

tabernarius
tabernārius
noun
a shop-keeper

tabes
tābēs
noun
a wasting

tabesco
tābēscō
verb
to dwindle

tabidus
tābidus
adjective
wasting away

tabificus
tābificus
adjective
melting

tabula
tabula
noun
a board

tabularium
tabulārium
noun
a public registry

tabulatio
tabulātiō
noun
a planking

tabulatum
tabulātum
noun
a board-work

tabum
tābum
noun
only abl. sing

tacendum
tacendum
noun
things not to be spoken

taceo
taceō
verb
to be silent

Tacita
Tacita
noun
the goddess of Silence

tacite
tacitē
adverb
silently

taciturnitas
taciturnitās
noun
a keeping silent

taciturnus
taciturnus
adjective
not talkative

tacitus
tacitus
adjective
passed in silence

tactio
tāctiō
noun
a touching

tactus
tāctus
noun
a touching

tactus
tāctus
participle
p. of tango

taeda
taeda
noun
a resinous pine-tree

taedeo
taedeō
verb
to excite loathing

taedifer
taedifer
adjective
torch-bearing

taedium
taedium
noun
weariness

taenia
taenia
noun
a band

taeter
taeter
adjective
offensive

taetre
taetrē
adverb
foully

tagax
tagāx
adjective
apt to touch

talaria
tālāria
cross-reference

talaris
tālāris
adjective
of the ankles

talarius
tālārius
adjective
of dice

Talassius
Talassius
noun
a wedding salutation

talea
tālea
noun
a slender staff

talentum
talentum
noun
a talent

talis
tālis
adjective
such

talpa
talpa
noun
a mole

talus
tālus
noun
an ankle

tam
tam
adverb
[correl. with quam in comparisons implying equality of degree] in such a degree

tam diu
tam diū
adverb
i. Of a definite time

tamdiu
tamdiū
adverb
i. Of a definite time

tamen
tamen
adverb
[after a concessive or conditional particle] notwithstanding

tamenetsi
tamenetsī
conjunction
notwithstanding that

tametsi
tametsī
conjunction
in concession

tamquam
tamquam
adverb
as much as

Tanaquil
Tanaquil
noun
the wife of Tarquinius Priscus

tandem
tandem
adverb
at length

tango
tangō
verb
to touch

tanquam
tanquam
adverb
as much as

Tantalides
Tantalidēs
noun
a descendant of Tantalus

Tantalis
Tantalis
noun
a descendant of Tantalus

Tantalos
Tantalos
noun
a king of Phrygia

Tantalus
Tantalus
noun
a king of Phrygia

tantillus
tantillus
adjective
so little

tantisper
tantisper
adverb
for so long a time

tantopere
tantopere
adverb
so earnestly

tantulum
tantulum
adverb
so little

tantulus
tantulus
adjective
so little

tantum
tantum
adverb
so much

tantumdem
tantumdem
noun
just so much

tantummodo
tantummodo
adverb
only

tantundem
tantundem
noun
just so much

tantus
tantus
adjective
of such size

tantusdem
tantusdem
cross-reference

tapes
tapēs
noun
a heavy cloth with inwrought figures

tapetum
tapētum
noun
a heavy cloth with inwrought figures

tarde
tardē
adverb
slowly

tardigradus
tardigradus
adjective
slowpaced

tardipes
tardipēs
adjective
limping

tarditas
tarditās
noun
slowness

tardiusculus
tardiusculus
adjective
somewhat slow

tardo
tardō
verb
to make slow

tardus
tardus
adjective
not swift

Tarpeius
Tarpēius
adjective
of Tarpeia

Tarquiniensis
Tarquiniēnsis
adjective
of Tarquinii (a city of Etruria)

Tartareus
Tartareus
adjective
of the infernal regions

Tatitiensis
Tatitiēnsis
adjective
of the Tities

taureus
taureus
adjective
of a bull

tauriformis
taurifōrmis
adjective
bullshaped

taurinus
taurīnus
adjective
of bulls

taurus
taurus
noun
a bull

taxatio
taxātiō
noun
taxo

taxillus
tāxillus
noun
a small die (cited as used in place of talus)

taxus
taxus
noun
a yew

te
cross-reference
acc. and abl. of tu

techina
techina
noun
a wile

techna
techna
noun
a wile

tecte
tēctē
adverb
covertly

tector
tēctor
noun
a plasterer

tectoriolum
tēctōriolum
noun
a little plaster

tectorius
tēctōrius
adjective
relating to overlaying

tectum
tēctum
noun
a covered structure

tectus
tēctus
adjective
covered

tecum
tēcum
cross-reference

Tegeaeeus
Tegeaeēus
adjective
of Tegea (in Arcadia)

Tegeaeus
Tegeaeus
adjective
of Tegea (in Arcadia)

teges
teges
noun
a covering

tegimen
tegimen
noun
a covering

tegimentum
tegimentum
noun
a cover

tegmen
tēgmen
noun
a covering

tegmentum
tēgmentum
noun
a cover

tego
tegō
verb
to cover

tegula
tēgula
noun
a tile

tegumen
tegumen
noun
a covering

tegumentum
tegumentum
noun
a cover

tela
tēla
noun
a web

tellus
tellūs
noun
the earth

telum
tēlum
noun
a missile weapon

temerarius
temerārius
adjective
rash

temere
temerē
adverb
by chance

temeritas
temeritās
noun
hap

temero
temerō
verb
to treat rashly

temetum
tēmētum
noun
an intoxicating drink

temno
temnō
verb
to slight

temo
tēmō
noun
a pole

temperamentum
temperāmentum
noun
a proportionate admixture

temperans
temperāns
adjective
observing moderation

temperanter
temperanter
adverb
with moderation

temperantia
temperantia
noun
moderation

temperate
temperātē
adverb
with moderation

temperatio
temperātiō
noun
a due mingling

temperator
temperātor
noun
an arranger

temperatus
temperātus
adjective
limited

temperi
temperī
adverb
in time

temperies
temperiēs
noun
a due mingling

temperius
temperius
adverb
[comparative of tempore]

tempero
temperō
verb
to observe proper measure

tempestas
tempestās
noun
a portion of time

tempestive
tempestīvē
adverb
at the right time

tempestivitas
tempestīvitās
noun
timeliness

tempestivos
tempestīvos
adjective
of the right time

tempestivus
tempestīvus
adjective
of the right time

templum
templum
noun
[in augury] an open place for observation

temporalis
temporālis
adjective
of a time

temporarius
temporārius
adjective
of a time

tempore
tempore
adverb
in time

tempori
temporī
adverb
in time

temporius
temporius
adverb
[comparative of tempore]

temptabundus
temptābundus
adjective
trying

temptamen
temptāmen
noun
a trial

temptamentum
temptāmentum
noun
a trial

temptatio
temptātiō
noun
an attack

temptator
temptātor
noun
an assailant

tempto
temptō
verb
to handle

tempus
tempus
noun
a portion of time

tempus
tempus
noun
the vital spot

temulentus
tēmulentus
adjective
drunk

tenacitas
tenācitās
noun
a holding fast

tenaciter
tenāciter
adverb
firmly

tenax
tenāx
adjective
holding fast

tendicula
tendicula
noun
a little snare

tendo
tendō
verb
to stretch

tenebra
tenebra
noun
darkness

tenebricosus
tenebricōsus
adjective
full of darkness

tenebricus
tenebricus
adjective
dark

tenebrosus
tenebrōsus
adjective
dark

tenellulus
tenellulus
adjective
very tender

teneo
teneō
verb
to hold

tener
tener
adjective
soft

tenere
tenerē
adverb
softly

teneritas
teneritās
noun
softness

tenesmos
tēnesmos
noun
a straining

tenno
tennō
verb
to stretch

tenor
tenor
noun
a holding on

tensa
tēnsa
noun
in the Circensian games

tensus
tēnsus
participle
p. of tendo

tentabundus
tentābundus
adjective
trying

tentamen
tentāmen
noun
a trial

tentamentum
tentāmentum
noun
a trial

tentatio
tentātiō
noun
an attack

tentator
tentātor
noun
an assailant

tentigo
tentīgō
noun
a tension

tento
tentō
verb
to handle

tento
tentō
cross-reference

tentorium
tentōrium
noun
a tent

tentus
tēntus
participle
p. of tendo

tenuiculus
tenuiculus
adjective
slight

tenuis
tenuis
adjective
drawn out

tenuitas
tenuitās
noun
thinness

tenuiter
tenuiter
adverb
thinly

tenuo
tenuō
verb
to make thin

tenus
tenus
noun
a stretched cord

tenus
tenus
preposition
all the way to

tepefacio
tepefaciō
verb
to make lukewarm

tepeo
tepeō
verb
to be moderately warm

tepesco
tepēscō
verb
to become warm

tepidus
tepidus
adjective
moderately warm

tepor
tepor
noun
a gentle warmth

ter
ter
adverb
three times

ter centum
ter centum
expression
three hundred

terdeciens
terdeciēns
adverb
thirteen times

terdecies
terdeciēs
adverb
thirteen times

terebinthus
terebinthus
noun
the terebinth

terebro
terebrō
verb
to bore

teredo
terēdō
noun
a boring worm

teres
teres
adjective
rounded off

tergeminus
tergeminus
adjective
of triple birth

tergeo
tergeō
verb
to rub off

tergiversatio
tergiversātiō
noun
a declining

tergiversor
tergiversor
verb
to turn the back

tergo
tergō
verb
to rub off

tergum
tergum
noun
the back

tergus
tergus
noun
the back

termes
termes
noun
a bough cut off

Terminal
Termināl
noun
the festival of Terminus (god of boundaries

terminatio
terminātiō
noun
a bounding

termino
terminō
verb
to set bounds

terminus
terminus
noun
a boundary-line

ternus
ternus
adjective
threefold

ternus
ternus
adjective
three each

tero
terō
verb
to rub

terra
terra
noun
the earth

terrenus
terrēnus
adjective
of the globe

terreo
terreō
verb
to frighten

terrestris
terrestris
adjective
of the earth

terreus
terreus
adjective
of earth

terribilis
terribilis
adjective
frightful

terriculum
terriculum
noun
a source of terror

terrifico
terrificō
verb
to make afraid

terrificus
terrificus
adjective
causing terror

terrigena
terrigena
adjective
born of the earth

territo
territō
verb
to put in terror

territorium
territōrium
noun
the land of a town

territus
territus
participle
[participle of terreo]

terror
terror
noun
great fear

tersus
tersus
adjective
wiped off

tertiadecumani
tertiādecumānī
noun
soldiers of the thirteenth legion

tertianus
tertiānus
adjective
of the third

tertio
tertiō
adverb
for the third time

tertium
tertium
adverb
for the third time

tertius
tertius
adjective
the third

tertiusdecimus
tertiusdecimus
adjective
the thirteenth

tertiusdecumus
tertiusdecumus
adjective
the thirteenth

teruncius
terūncius
noun
of three twelfths of an as

tescum
tescum
noun
rough places

tesquum
tesquum
noun
rough places

tessella
tessella
noun
a small cube

tessera
tessera
noun
a die

tesserarius
tesserārius
noun
an officer in charge of the watchword

tesserula
tesserula
noun
a square paving-stone

testa
testa
noun
a piece of burned clay

testamentarius
testāmentārius
adjective
relating to wills

testamentum
testāmentum
noun
a last will

testatio
testātiō
noun
a calling to witness

testatus
testātus
adjective
public

testiculus
testiculus
noun
a testicle

testificatio
testificātiō
noun
a bearing witness

testificor
testificor
verb
to make a witness

testimonium
testimōnium
noun
witness

testis
testis
noun
a testicle

testis
testis
noun
one who attests

testor
testor
verb
to cause to testify

testu
testū
noun
an earthen vessel

testudineus
testūdineus
adjective
of a tortoise

testudo
testūdō
noun
a tortoise

testula
testula
noun
[cf. testa] a small potsherd

te te
tē tē
cross-reference

teter
tēter
cross-reference

teter
tēter
adjective
offensive

Tethys
Tēthys
noun
an ocean-goddess

tetrachmum
tetrāchmum
noun
a Grecian silver coin of four drachmas

tetrarches
tetrarchēs
noun
a ruler of the fourth part of the land

tetrarchia
tetrarchia
noun
a district governed by a tetrarch

tetre
tētrē
cross-reference

tetricus
tetricus
adjective
forbidding

tetuli
tetulī
cross-reference

Teucrus
Teucrus
adjective
of Teucer (king of Troy)

texo
texō
verb
to weave

textilis
textilis
adjective
woven

textor
textor
noun
a weaver

textrinum
textrīnum
noun
a weaver's shop

textum
textum
noun
that which is woven

textura
textura
noun
a web

textus
textus
participle
p. of texo

thalamus
thalamus
noun
an inner room

Thalassius
Thalassius
noun
a wedding salutation

Thalea
Thalēa
noun
the Muse of Comedy

Thalia
Thalīa
noun
the Muse of Comedy

theatralis
theātrālis
adjective
of the theatre

theatrum
theātrum
noun
a play-house

theca
thēca
noun
an envelope

Themis
Themis
noun
the goddess of justice and of prophecy

thensaurus
thēnsaurus
noun
something laid up

theologus
theologus
noun
one who writes of the gods

Theoninus
Theōnīnus
adjective
of Theon (a writer of satires)

therma
therma
noun
warm springs

Thersites
Thersītēs
noun
a Greek who served before Troy

thesaurus
thēsaurus
noun
something laid up

Thespias
Thespias
adjective
Thespian

Thetis
Thetis
noun
a sea-nymph

thiasus
thiasus
noun
a dance in honor of Bacchus

tholus
tholus
noun
a dome

thorax
thōrāx
noun
the breast

Thraecidicum
Thraecidicum
noun
the Thracian arms of a gladiator

Threcidicum
Thrēcidicum
noun
the Thracian arms of a gladiator

thunnus
thunnus
noun
the tunny

thureus
thūreus
adjective
of frankincense

thuribulum
thūribulum
noun
an incense-pan

thuricremus
thūricremus
adjective
incense-burning

thurifer
thūrifer
adjective
incense-bearing

thus
thūs
noun
incense

thyasus
thyasus
noun
a dance in honor of Bacchus

Thyias
Thȳias
noun
a Bacchante

thyius
thȳius
adjective
of the tree of life

thymbra
thymbra
noun
savory (a kitchen herb)

thymum
thymum
noun
thyme (an herb)

thynnus
thynnus
noun
the tunny

thyrsus
thyrsus
noun
[of a plant] a stalk

tibi
tibī
cross-reference
dat. of tu

tibi
tibi
cross-reference
dat. of tu

tibia
tībia
noun
a large shin-bone

tibicen
tībīcen
noun
a piper

tibicina
tībīcina
noun
a female flute-player

tibicinium
tībīcinium
noun
a playing upon the pipe

tibimet
tibimet
cross-reference

Tiburnus
Tīburnus
adjective
of Tibur

Tiburs
Tīburs
adjective
of Tibur

tigillum
tigillum
noun
a small bar of wood

tignarius
tīgnārius
adjective
of beams

tignum
tīgnum
noun
building-materials

tigris
tigris
noun
a tiger

tilia
tilia
noun
the linden-tree

timefactus
timefactus
adjective
made afraid

timendus
timendus
adjective
to be feared

timens
timēns
adjective
fearful

timeo
timeō
verb
to fear

timide
timidē
adverb
fearfully

timiditas
timiditās
noun
fearfulness

timidus
timidus
adjective
fearful

timor
timor
noun
fear

tinctilis
tinctilis
adjective
used for infecting

tinctum
tinctum
noun
dyed cloths

tinctus
tinctus
participle
p. of tingo

tinea
tinea
noun
a gnawing worm

tingo
tingō
verb
to wet

tinguo
tinguō
verb
to wet

tinia
tinia
noun
a gnawing worm

tinio
tīniō
verb
to clink

tinnio
tinniō
verb
to clink

tinnitus
tinnītus
noun
a ringing

tinnulus
tinnulus
adjective
ringing

tintinnabulum
tintinnābulum
noun
a bell

tintino
tintinō
verb
to ring

tinus
tīnus
noun
the snowball (a plant)

tiro
tīrō
noun
[in the army] a newly levied soldier

tirocinium
tīrōcinium
noun
in the army

tirunculus
tīrunculus
noun
a young beginner

Tirynthius
Tīrynthius
adjective
of Tiryns (in Argolis

Tisiphone
Tīsiphonē
noun
(avenger of murder)

Titiensis
Titiēnsis
adjective
of the Tities

titillatio
tītillātiō
noun
a tickling

titillo
tītillō
verb
to tickle

titubanter
titubanter
adverb
totteringly

titubatio
titubātiō
noun
a tottering

titubo
titubō
verb
to stagger

titulus
titulus
noun
a superscription

Tityrus
Tītyrus
noun
a shepherd

Tmolites
Tmōlītes
adjective
of Tmolus

toculio
tocūliō
noun
a usurer

tocullio
toculliō
noun
a usurer

tofus
tōfus
noun
tufa

toga
toga
noun
a toga

togata
togāta
noun
togatus

togatus
togātus
adjective
wearing the toga

togula
togula
noun
a little toga

tolerabilis
tolerābilis
adjective
that may be borne

tolerabiliter
tolerābiliter
adverb
patiently

tolerandus
tolerandus
adjective
tolerable

tolerans
tolerāns
adjective
enduring

toleranter
toleranter
adverb
patiently

tolerantia
tolerantia
noun
a bearing

toleratio
tolerātiō
noun
a bearing

tolero
tolerō
verb
to bear

tolleno
tollēnō
noun
a swing-beam

tollo
tollō
verb
to lift

tomaculum
tomāculum
noun
a sausage

tomentum
tomentum
noun
a stuffing

tonans
tonāns
adjective
thundering (an epithet of Jupiter)

tondeo
tondeō
verb
to shear

tonitrus
tonitrus
noun
thunder

tono
tonō
verb
to make a loud noise

tonsa
tōnsa
noun
an oar

tonsilla
tōnsīlla
noun
the tonsils

tonsor
tōnsor
noun
a shearer

tonsorius
tōnsōrius
adjective
of a barber

tonstricula
tōnstrīcula
noun
a barber-girl

tonsura
tōnsūra
noun
a shearing

tonsus
tōnsus
participle
p. of tondeo

tophus
tōphus
cross-reference

topiarius
topiārius
adjective
of garden work

topice
topicē
noun
[in rhetoric] the art of finding and using commonplaces

Topicum
Topicum
noun
a collection of common places

toral
toral
noun
a valance

toreuma
toreuma
noun
work in relief

tormen
tormen
noun
a griping of the bowels

tormentum
tormentum
noun
an engine for hurling

torminosus
torminōsus
adjective
subject to gripes

torno
tornō
verb
to turn in a lathe

tornus
tornus
noun
a turner's wheel

torosus
torōsus
adjective
full of muscle

torpedo
torpēdō
noun
sluggishness

torpeo
torpeō
verb
to be stiff

torpesco
torpēscō
verb
to grow stiff

torpidus
torpidus
adjective
benumbed

torpor
torpor
noun
numbness

torquatus
torquātus
adjective
adorned with a necklace

torqueo
torqueō
verb
to turn

torquis
torquis
noun
a twisted neck-chain

torrens
torrēns
adjective
burning

torreo
torreō
verb
to dry up

torridus
torridus
adjective
dry

torris
torris
noun
a brand

tortilis
tortilis
adjective
twisted

tortor
tortor
noun
an executioner

tortuosus
tortuōsus
adjective
full of crooks

tortus
tortus
adjective
twisted

tortus
tortus
noun
a twisting

torus
torus
noun
a swelling

torva
torva
adverb
fiercely

torvitas
torvitās
noun
savageness

torvum
torvum
adverb
fiercely

torvus
torvus
adjective
staring

tosilla
tōsīlla
noun
the tonsils

tostus
tōstus
participle
p. of torreo

tot
tot
adjective
so many

totidem
totidem
adjective
just so many

totiens
totiēns
adverb
so often

toties
totiēs
adverb
so often

totus
tōtus
adjective
all

toxicum
toxicum
noun
a poison for arrows

tra
trā
preposition
over

trabalis
trabālis
adjective
of a beam

trabea
trabea
noun
a white mantle with horizontal stripes of scarlet

trabeatus
trabeātus
adjective
in a robe of state

trabes
trabēs
noun
a beam

trabs
trabs
noun
a beam

tractabilis
tractābilis
adjective
that may be handled

tractatio
tractātiō
noun
a handling

tractatus
tractātus
noun
a handling

tractim
tractim
adverb
at length

tracto
tractō
verb
to draw violently

tractus
tractus
adjective
[of style] continuous

tractus
tractus
noun
a drawing

traditio
trāditiō
noun
a giving up

traditor
trāditor
noun
a betrayer

trado
trādō
verb
to give up

traduco
trādūcō
verb
to lead across

traductio
trāductiō
noun
a removal

traductor
trāductor
noun
a conveyer

traductus
trāductus
participle
p. of traduco

tradux
tradux
noun
a vine-branch

tragice
tragicē
adverb
in a tragic manner

tragicus
tragicus
adjective
of tragedy

tragoedia
tragoedia
noun
a tragedy

tragoedus
tragoedus
noun
a tragic actor

tragula
trāgula
noun
a javelin thrown by a strap

tragus
tragus
noun
a kind of fish

trahea
trahea
noun
a drag

traho
trahō
verb
to draw

traicio
trāiciō
verb
to throw across

traiectio
trāiectiō
noun
a crossing over

traiectus
trāiectus
noun
a crossing over

traiectus
trāiectus
participle
p. of traicio

traiicio
trāiiciō
verb
to throw across

tral
trāl
cross-reference

tralaticius
trālātīcius
adjective
handed down

tralatio
trālātiō
noun
a carrying across

traluceo
trālūceō
verb
to shine through

trames
trāmes
noun
a cross-way

tramitto
trāmittō
cross-reference

tramitto
trāmittō
verb
to send across

tranato
trānatō
verb
to swim across

trano
trānō
verb
to swim over

tranquille
tranquillē
adverb
calmly

tranquillitas
tranquillitās
noun
quietness

tranquillo
tranquillō
verb
to make calm

tranquillo
tranquillō
adverb
quietly

tranquillus
tranquillus
adjective
quiet

trans
trāns
preposition
[of motion] across

trans
trāns
preposition
over

transabeo
trānsabeō
verb
to go through

transactor
trānsāctor
noun
a manager

transactus
trānsāctus
participle
p. of transigo

transadigo
trānsadigō
verb
to thrust through

transalpinus
trānsalpīnus
adjective
beyond the Alps

transcendo
trānscendō
verb
to climb over

transcribo
trānscrībō
verb
to write over

transcurro
trānscurrō
verb
to run over

transdo
trānsdō
cross-reference

transduco
trānsdūcō
verb
to lead across

transduoo
trānsdūoō
cross-reference

transenna
trānsenna
noun
a netting

transeo
trānseō
verb
to go over

transfero
trānsferō
verb
to bear across

transfigo
trānsfīgō
verb
to pierce through

transfodio
trānsfodiō
verb
to pierce through

transformis
trānsfōrmis
adjective
changed in shape

transformo
trānsfōrmō
verb
to change in shape

transfossus
trānsfossus
participle
p. of transfodio

transfuga
trānsfuga
noun
one who joins the enemy

transfugio
trānsfugiō
verb
to flee to the other side

transfugium
trānsfugium
noun
a going over to the enemy

transfundo
trānsfundō
verb
to pour off

transfusio
trānsfūsiō
noun
a decanting

transgredior
trānsgredior
verb
to step across

transgressio
trānsgressiō
noun
a going across

transgressus
trānsgressus
noun
a passing over

transgressus
trānsgressus
participle
p. of transgredior

transicio
trānsiciō
verb
to throw across

transiectio
trānsiectiō
cross-reference

transiectus
trānsiectus
cross-reference

transiectus
trānsiectus
noun
a crossing over

transigo
trānsigō
verb
to drive through

transiicio
trānsiiciō
cross-reference

transilio
trānsiliō
verb
to leap across

transitio
trānsitiō
noun
a going across

transitus
trānsitus
participle
p. of transeo

transitus
trānsitus
noun
a going over

translaticius
trānslātīcius
adjective
handed down

translatio
trānslātiō
noun
a carrying across

translativus
trānslātīvus
adjective
of transference

translator
trānslātor
noun
one who carries over

translatus
trānslātus
participle
p. of transfero

transluceo
trānslūceō
verb
to shine through

transmarinus
trānsmarīnus
adjective
beyond sea

transmeans
trānsmeāns
cross-reference
going over

transmigro
trānsmigrō
verb
to remove

transmissio
trānsmissiō
noun
a sending across

transmissus
trānsmissus
participle
p. of transmitto

transmissus
trānsmissus
noun
a passing over

transmitto
trānsmittō
verb
to send across

transmontanus
trānsmontānus
adjective
beyond the mountains

transmoveo
trānsmoveō
verb
to remove

transmuto
trānsmūtō
verb
to change

transnato
trānsnatō
verb
to swim across

transnato
trānsnatō
cross-reference

transno
trānsnō
verb
to swim over

transno
trānsnō
cross-reference

Transpadanus
Trānspadānus
adjective
beyond the Po

transpono
trānspōnō
verb
to set over

transporto
trānsportō
verb
to carry over

transrhenanus
trānsrhēnānus
adjective
beyond the Rhine

transs
trānss
cross-reference

transscribo
transscrībō
verb
to write over

transsilio
trānssiliō
verb
to leap across

transsulto
trānssultō
verb
to leap over

transsutus
trānssūtus
adjective
stitched through

transtrum
trānstrum
noun
a cross-beam

transulto
trānsultō
verb
to leap over

transutus
trānsūtus
adjective
stitched through

transvectio
trānsvectiō
noun
a carrying across

transveho
trānsvehō
verb
to carry across

transverbero
trānsverberō
verb
to strike through

transversa
trānsversa
adverb
across

transversarius
trānsversārius
adjective
lying across

transversus
trānsversus
adjective
turned across

transvolo
trānsvolō
verb
to fly over

transvorsus
trānsvorsus
cross-reference

transvorsus
trānsvorsus
adjective
turned across

trapetum
trapētum
noun
an olive-mill

trapezephorum
trapezephorum
noun
a pedestal

trapezophorum
trapezophorum
noun
a pedestal

travectio
trāvectiō
noun
a carrying across

traveho
trāvehō
cross-reference

traveho
trāvehō
verb
to carry across

traversarius
trāversārius
cross-reference

traversus
trāversus
adjective
turned across

traversus
trāversus
cross-reference

traversversarius
trāversversārius
adjective
lying across

travolo
trāvolō
cross-reference

travolo
trāvolō
verb
to fly over

treceni
trecēnī
adjective
three hundred each

trecentesimus
trecentēsimus
adjective
the three-hundredth

trecenties
trecentiēs
adverb
three hundred times

trecentus
trecentus
adjective
three hundred

trechedipnum
trechedīpnum
noun
Greek slippers (worn by parasites)

tredecim
tredecim
adjective
thirteen

tremebundus
tremebundus
adjective
trembling

tremefacio
tremefaciō
verb
to cause to shake

tremendus
tremendus
adjective
to be dreaded

tremesco
tremēscō
verb
to begin to shake

tremibundus
tremibundus
adjective
trembling

tremisco
tremīscō
verb
to begin to shake

tremo
tremō
verb
to shake

tremor
tremor
noun
a shaking

tremulus
tremulus
adjective
shaking

trepidanter
trepidanter
adverb
tremblingly

trepidatio
trepidātiō
noun
confused hurry

trepide
trepidē
adverb
in confusion

trepido
trepidō
verb
[people] to hurry with alarm

trepidus
trepidus
adjective
restless

tres
trēs
adjective
three

tresvir
trēsvir
noun
three associates in office

triangulus
triangulus
adjective
with three corners

triarius
triārius
noun
soldiers of the third rank in battle order

tribas
tribas
noun
an abandoned woman

tribolus
tribolus
noun
a thorn bush

tribuarius
tribuārius
adjective
of a tribe

tribulis
tribūlis
noun
a fellow tribesman

tribulum
trībulum
noun
a threshingsledge

tribulus
tribulus
cross-reference

tribulus
tribulus
noun
a thorn bush

tribunal
tribūnal
noun
a raised platform for the seats of magistrates

tribunatus
tribūnātus
noun
the office of a tribune

tribunicius
tribūnīcius
adjective
of a tribune

tribunus
tribūnus
noun
the head of a tribe

tribuo
tribuō
verb
to assign

tribus
tribus
noun
a third part of the people (as orig. divided into Ramnes

tributarius
tribūtārius
adjective
of tribute

tributim
tribūtim
adverb
through each tribe

tributio
tribūtiō
noun
a distributing

tributum
tribūtum
noun
a stated payment

tributus
tribūtus
adjective
formed into tribes

tributus
tribūtus
participle
p. of tribuo

trica
trīca
noun
perplexities

triceni
trīcēnī
adjective
thirty at a time

tricensimus
trīcēnsimus
cross-reference

tricensimus
trīcēnsimus
adjective
the thirtieth

triceps
trīceps
adjective
with three heads

tricesimus
trīcēsimus
adjective
the thirtieth

trichila
trichila
noun
a summer-house

triciens
trīciēns
adjective
thirty times

tricies
trīciēs
adjective
thirty times

triclinium
trīclīnium
noun
a couch for three persons reclining at meals

tricor
trīcor
verb
to make difficul ties

tricorpor
tricorpor
adjective
with three bodies

tricuspis
tricuspis
adjective
with three points

tridens
tridēns
adjective
with three teeth

tridentifer
tridentifer
noun
the trident-bearer (of Neptune)

tridentiger
tridentiger
noun
the trident-bearer (of Neptune)

triduum
trīduum
noun
tres+dies

trienne
trienne
noun
tres+annus

triennium
triennium
noun
tres+annus

triens
triēns
noun
a third part

trientabulum
trientābulum
noun
land assigned in commutation of one third of a public debt

trierarchus
triērarchus
noun
a captain of a trireme

trieris
triēris
adjective
with three banks of oars

trietericus
trietēricus
adjective
of three years

trieteris
trietēris
noun
a period of three years

trifariam
trifāriam
adverb
triply

trifaux
trifaux
adjective
having three throats

trifidus
trifidus
adjective
split into three

triformis
trifōrmis
adjective
in three forms

trigeminus
trigeminus
adjective
born three at a birth

triginta
trīgintā
adjective
thirty

trigon
trigōn
noun
a ball stuffed with hair

trilibris
trilībris
adjective
weighing three pounds

trilinguis
trilinguis
adjective
triple-tongued

trilix
trilīx
adjective
of three cords

trimeter
trimeter
noun
a line of three measures

trimus
trīmus
adjective
of three winters

Trinacris
Trīnacris
noun
of Trinacria

trini
trīnī
adjective
three each

trinodis
trinōdis
adjective
having three knots

trinus
trīnus
cross-reference

Triones
Triōnēs
noun
the constellation of the Wain

tripartito
tripartītō
cross-reference

tripartito
tripartītō
adverb
in three parts

tripartitus
tripartītus
cross-reference
divided into three parts

tripartitus
tripartītus
cross-reference

tripedalis
tripedālis
adjective
measuring three feet

tripertito
tripertītō
adverb
in three parts

tripertitus
tripertītus
cross-reference
divided into three parts

tripes
tripēs
adjective
with three feet

triplex
triplex
adjective
threefold

triplus
triplus
adjective
num.

tripodes
tripodēs
noun
plur. of tripus

tripudio
tripudiō
verb
to beat the ground with the feet

tripudium
tripudium
noun
in religious service

tripus
tripūs
noun
a three-footed seat

triquetrus
triquetrus
adjective
with three corners

triremis
trirēmis
adjective
with three banks of oars

tris
trīs
cross-reference

triscurrium
triscurrium
noun
gross buffoonery

triste
trīste
adverb
sadly

tristiculus
trīsticulus
adjective
somewhat sorrowful

tristificus
trīstificus
adjective
making sad

tristis
trīstis
adjective
sad

tristitia
trīstitia
noun
sadness

trisulcus
trisulcus
adjective
with three furrows

triticeus
trīticeus
adjective
of wheat

triticum
trīticum
noun
wheat

Triton
Trītōn
noun
a sea-god

Tritonia
Trītōnia
noun
minerva

Tritoniacus
Trītōniacus
adjective
of Tritonia

Tritonis
Trītōnis
noun
[adj.] of Lake Triton

Tritonius
Trītōnius
adjective
of Lake Triton (in Africa; the birthplace of Minerva)

tritura
trītūra
noun
a rubbing

tritus
trītus
noun
a rubbing down

tritus
trītus
adjective
oft-trodden

triumphalis
triumphālis
adjective
of a triumph

triumphans
triumphāns
adjective
triumphal

triumpho
triumphō
verb
to march in triumphal procession

triumphus
triumphus
noun
a triumphal procession

triumpus
triumpus
noun
a triumphal procession

triumvir
triumvir
noun
one of three associates in office

triumviralis
triumvirālis
adjective
of the triumvirs

triumviratus
triumvirātus
noun
the office of a triumvir

trivialis
triviālis
adjective
of the cross-roads

trivium
trivium
noun
a place where three roads meet

trivius
trivius
adjective
of the cross-roads

trivolum
trīvolum
noun
a threshingsledge

Troas
Trōas
noun
[adjective] Trojan

trochaeus
trochaeus
noun
a metrical foot of one long and one short syllable

trochus
trochus
noun
an iron hoop carrying small rings

Troes
Trōes
noun
plur. of Tros

Troianus
Trōiānus
adjective
of Troy

Troicus
Trōicus
adjective
of Troy

Troiugena
Trōiugena
noun
son of Troy

Troius
Trōius
adjective
of Troy

tropaeum
tropaeum
noun
a memorial of victory

trucidatio
trucīdātiō
noun
a slaughter

trucido
trucīdō
verb
to cut to pieces

truculenter
truculenter
adverb
savagely

truculentia
truculentia
noun
roughness

truculentus
truculentus
adjective
savage

trudis
trudis
noun
a pointed pole

trudo
trūdō
verb
to thrust

trulla
trulla
noun
a small ladle

trunco
truncō
verb
to maim

truncus
truncus
adjective
maimed

truncus
truncus
noun
of a tree

trusito
trūsitō
verb
to push often

truso
trūsō
verb
to push often

trusus
trūsus
participle
p. of trudo

trutina
trutina
noun
a balance

trux
trux
adjective
wild

tu
pronoun
you

tuba
tuba
noun
a trumpet

tuber
tūber
noun
a lump

tubicen
tubicen
noun
a trumpeter

tubilustrium
tubilūstrium
noun
a festival for the purification of sacrificial trumpets

tubulustrium
tubulūstrium
noun
a festival for the purification of sacrificial trumpets

tueo
tueō
verb
to care for

tueor
tueor
verb
to look at

tugurium
tugurium
noun
a hut

tuitio
tuitiō
noun
a caring for

tuli
tulī
cross-reference

Tullianus
Tulliānus
adjective
of Tullius

tum
tum
adverb
then

tumefacio
tumefaciō
verb
to cause to swell

tumeo
tumeō
verb
to swell

tumesco
tumēscō
verb
to begin to swell

tumet
tūmet
cross-reference

tumidus
tumidus
adjective
swollen

tumor
tumor
noun
the state of being swollen

tumulo
tumulō
verb
to cover with a mound

tumulosus
tumulōsus
adjective
full of hills

tumultuarius
tumultuārius
adjective
bustling

tumultuatio
tumultuātiō
noun
a confusion

tumultuor
tumultuor
verb
to make a disturbance

tumultuose
tumultuōsē
adverb
in confusion

tumultuosus
tumultuōsus
adjective
bustling

tumultus
tumultus
noun
an uproar

tumulus
tumulus
noun
a heap of earth

tun
tūn
cross-reference

tunc
tunc
adverb
[of time past] then

tundo
tundō
verb
to beat

tunica
tunica
noun
an under-garment

tunicatus
tunicātus
adjective
clothed with a tunic

tunsus
tūnsus
participle
p. of tundo

turba
turba
noun
a turmoil

turbamentum
turbāmentum
noun
a means of disturbance

turbassit
turbāssit
cross-reference

turbate
turbātē
adverb
in confusion

turbatio
turbātiō
noun
confusion

turbator
turbātor
noun
a troubler

turbatus
turbātus
adjective
troubled

turbide
turbidē
adverb
in disorder

turbidus
turbidus
adjective
full of confusion

turbineus
turbineus
adjective
shaped like a top

turbo
turbō
noun
that which whirls

turbo
turbō
verb
to make an uproar

turbulente
turbulentē
adverb
confusedly

turbulenter
turbulenter
adverb
confusedly

turbulentus
turbulentus
adjective
full of commotion

turdus
turdus
noun
a thrush

tureus
tūreus
adjective
of frankincense

turgeo
turgeō
verb
to swell out

turgesco
turgēscō
verb
to begin to swell

turgidulus
turgidulus
adjective
puffed

turgidus
turgidus
adjective
swollen

turibulum
tūribulum
noun
an incense-pan

turicremus
tūricremus
adjective
incense-burning

turifer
tūrifer
adjective
incense-bearing

turilegus
tūrilegus
adjective
incense-gathering

turma
turma
noun
a troop

turmalis
turmālis
adjective
of a troop

turmatim
turmātim
adverb
by troops

turpiculus
turpiculus
adjective
rather vile

turpificatus
turpificātus
adjective
debased

turpis
turpis
adjective
ugly

turpiter
turpiter
adverb
in an unsightly manner

turpitudo
turpitūdō
noun
unsightliness

turpo
turpō
verb
to make unsightly

turriger
turriger
adjective
turret-bearing

turris
turris
noun
a tower

turritus
turrītus
adjective
furnished with towers

turtur
turtur
noun
a turtle-dove

tus
tūs
noun
incense

Tuscus
Tuscus
adjective
of the Tuscans

tussio
tussiō
verb
to cough

tussis
tussis
noun
a cough

tutamen
tūtāmen
noun
a means of defence

tutamentum
tūtāmentum
noun
a means of defence

tute
tūte
cross-reference

tute
tūtē
adverb
safely

tutela
tūtēla
noun
a watching

tutemet
tūtemet
cross-reference

tutimet
tūtimet
cross-reference

tuto
tūtō
adverb
safely

tutor
tūtor
verb
to watch

tutor
tūtor
noun
a watcher

tutus
tūtus
adjective
guarded

tuus
tuus
pronoun
thy

tympanum
tympanum
noun
a drum

typus
typus
noun
a figure

tyrannice
tyrannicē
adverb
arbitrarily

tyrannicus
tyrannicus
adjective
arbitrary

tyrannis
tyrannis
noun
the sway of a tyrant

tyrannoctonus
tyrannoctonus
noun
a tyrant killer

tyrannus
tyrannus
noun
a monarch

tyrotarichos
tȳrotarīchos
noun
a ragout of cheese and salt-fish

 
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