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t
t
noun
tt

T
T
noun
tt

Taba
Taba
noun
A town of Caria

tabanus
tabānus
noun
a gad-fly

tabefacio
tābefaciō
verb
to melt

tabefactus
tābēfactus
adjective
melted

tabefactus
tābefactus
adjective
melted

tabefio
tābefīo
verb
to be melted or dissolved

tabella
tabella
noun
a small board

tabellarius
tabellārius
adjective
of or belonging to tablets

tabellarius
tabellārius
noun
a lettercarrier

tabellio
tabelliō
noun
one who draws up written instruments

tabeo
tābeō
verb
to melt

taberna
taberna
noun
a hut

tabernacularius
tabernāculārius
noun
a tent-maker

tabernaculum
tabernāculum
noun
a tent

tabernaria
tabernāria
noun
the hostess of a tavern

tabernarius
tabernārius
adjective
of or belonging to booths or shops

tabernola
tabernola
noun
a small booth or shop

Tabernola
Tabernola
noun
a place in Rome

tabernula
tabernula
noun
a small booth or shop

tabes
tābēs
noun
a wasting away

tabesco
tābescō
verb
to melt gradually

tabidosus
tābidōsus
adjective
corrupting

tabidulus
tābidulus
adjective
consuming

tabidus
tābidus
adjective
melting or wasting away

tabificabilis
tābificābilis
adjective
wasting

tabificatio
tābificātiō
noun
decay

tabifico
tābificō
verb
to waste

tabificus
tābificus
adjective
melting

tabifluus
tābifluus
adjective
wasting away

tabiosus
tābiōsus
adjective

Tabis
Tabis
noun
a mountain of Eastern Asia

tabitudo
tābitūdō
noun
consumption

tablinum
tablīnum
noun
to play dice

tablinum
tablīnum
noun
A balcony

tablisso
tablissō
noun
to play dice

Tabraca
Tābraca
noun
a town of Numidia

tabula
tabula
noun
a board

tabulamentum
tabulāmentum
noun
a boarding

tabulare
tabulāre
noun
plates

tabularia
tabulāria
noun
A place where records were kept

tabularia
tabulāria
noun

tabularis
tabulāris
adjective
of or relating to boards

tabularium
tabulārium
noun
archives

tabularius
tabulārius
adjective
of or belonging to written documents

tabularius
tabulārius
noun
a keeper of archives

tabulatim
tabulātim
adverb
in rows or divisions

tabulatio
tabulātiō
noun
a planking or flooring over

tabulatum
tabulātum
noun
board-work

tabulatus
tabulātus
adjective
boarded

tabulinum
tabulīnum
noun
A balcony

tabum
tābum
verb
corrupt moisture

Taburnus
Taburnus
noun
a small mountainchain south of Caudium

tacendum
tacendum
noun
things not to be uttered

taceo
taceō
verb
to be silent

Tacita
Tacita
noun

Tacita
Tacita
noun
proper name

tacite
tacitē
adverb
silently

tacito
tacitō
cross-reference

tacitulus
tacitulus
adjective
silent

tacitum
tacitum
noun
silence

tacitum
tacitum
noun
a secret

taciturio
tacitūriō
verb
v. desid. n

taciturnitas
taciturnitās
noun
a being or keeping silent

taciturnus
taciturnus
adjective
not talkative

tacitus
tacitus
adjective

Tacitus
Tacitus
noun
a Roman proper name

tacitus
tacitus
adjective
that is passed over in silence

Tacompson
Tacompson
noun
a town of Ethiopia

Tacompsos
Tacompsos
noun
a town of Ethiopia

tactilis
tactilis
adjective
that may be touched

tactio
tactiō
noun
a touching

tactor
tactor
noun
a toucher

tactus
tactus
adjective

tactus
tactus
noun
a touching

Tader
Tader
noun
a river in Spain

Tadiatis
Tadiātis
noun
an extinct tribe of Central Italy

Tadinatis
Tadinātis
noun
a people of Umbria

Tadius
Tadius
noun
a painter of the Age of Augustus

Tadu
Tadu
noun
an island near Meroe in Ethiopia

taeda
taeda
noun
a resinous species of pine-tree

taedeo
taedeō
verb
It disgusts

taedesco
taedescō
verb
it disgusts

taedifer
taedifer
adjective
torch-bearing

taedio
taediō
verb
to feel loathing or disgust

taediose
taediōsē
adverb
wearily

taediosus
taediōsus
adjective
wearisome

taedium
taedium
noun
weariness

taedulum
taedulum
cross-reference

Taenarides
Taenaridēs
noun
the Taenarian

Taenaris
Taenaris
noun
adj. f

Taenarius
Taenarius
adjective
of or belonging to Taenarus

Taenaron
Taenaron
noun
a promontory and town in Laconia

Taenaros
Taenaros
noun
a promontory and town in Laconia

Taenarum
Taenarum
noun
a promontory and town in Laconia

Taenarus
Taenarus
noun
a promontory and town in Laconia

taenia
taenia
noun
a band

taeniensis
taeniensis
adjective

taeniola
taeniola
noun
a little band or ribbon

taesum
taesum
cross-reference

taeter
taeter
adjective
offensive

taetre
taetrē
adverb
foully

taetricitas
taetricitās
noun
a grave or serious expression

taetricus
taetricus
adjective
forbidding

taetritudo
taetritūdō
noun
loathsomeness

taetro
taetrō
verb
to render foul

taetrum
taetrum
noun
offensiveness

Tagaste
Tagastē
noun
a city in Numidia

Tagastensis
Tagastensis
adjective
of Tagaste

tagax
tagax
adjective
that is apt to touch

Tages
Tagēs
noun
an Etrurian divinity

Tageticus
Tagēticus
adjective
of or belonging to Tages

tago
tagō
verb

Tagrus
Tagrus
noun
a mountain in Lusitania

Tagus
Tagus
noun
a river in Lusitania

talabarrio
talabarriō
noun

talabarriunculus
talabarriunculus
noun

Talaionides
Talaīonidēs
noun
one sprung from Talaus

Talaionides
Talaīonidēs
noun

talare
tālāre
noun
The ankles or parts about the ankles

talaris
tālāris
adjective
Of or belonging to the ankles

talarius
tālārius
adjective
of or belonging to dice

talars
tālārs
noun

Talasio
Talasiō
noun
a congratulatory exclamation to a bride

Talassio
Talassiō
noun
a congratulatory exclamation to a bride

Talassius
Talassius
noun
a congratulatory exclamation to a bride

Talaus
Talaus
noun
an Argonaut

talea
tālea
noun
a slender staff

talentarius
talentārius
adjective
of or belonging to a talent

talentum
talentum
noun
a talent

taleola
tāleola
noun
a small slip

Talge
Talgē
noun
a small island in the Caspian Sea

talio
tāliō
noun
a punishment similar and equal to the injury sustained

talipedo
tālipedō
verb
to be weak in the feet

talis
tālis
adjective
such

taliscumque
tāliscumque
adjective
of about such a nature

taliter
tāliter
adverb
in such wise

talitrum
tālitrum
noun
a rap or fillip with the finger

talla
talla
noun
a peel or coat of an onion

talpa
talpa
noun

talpinus
talpīnus
adjective
like a mole

talpona
talpōna
noun
a kind of grape-vine

Talthybius
Talthybius
noun
a herald of Agamemnon

talus
tālus
noun
the ankle

talutatium
talutatium
noun
the superficial indication of the presence of gold under the earth

tam
tam
adverb
so

tama
tama
noun
a kind of swelling of the feet and legs

tamarice
tamarīcē
adverb

Tamaricus
Tamaricus
noun
a people of

tamariscus
tamariscus
adverb

tamarix
tamarix
noun
a tamarisk

Tamaseus
Tamasēus
adjective
of or belonging to Tamasus

Tamasos
Tamasos
noun
an ancient city of Cyprus

tam diu
tam diu
adverb
so long

tamdiu
tamdiū
adverb
so long

tame
tamē
adverb

tamen
tamen
adverb
notwithstanding

tamenetsi
tamenetsī
conjunction

Tamesa
Tamesa
noun

Tamesis
Tamesis
noun
a river in Britain

tametsi
tametsī
conjunction
notwithstanding that

Tamfana
Tamfana
noun
the name of a deity worshipped by the Marsi

tamiacus
tamiacus
adjective
of or belonging to the imperial treasury or fisc

tamiacus
tamiacus
noun
an occupant of crown-lands

taminare
tāminārē
adverb

Tamiris
Tamiris
cross-reference

tammodo
tammodō
adverb
a Praenestine provincial form for

tam modo
tam modo
adverb
a Praenestine provincial form for

tamnus
tamnus
noun

Tamphilianus
Tamphiliānus
adjective
belonging to Tamphilus

Tamphilus
Tamphilus
noun
a Roman surname

tamquam
tamquam
adverb
as much as

Tamyris
Tamyris
cross-reference

Tana
Tana
noun
a river of Numidia

Tanager
Tanager
noun
a small river in Lucania

Tanagra
Tānāgra
noun
a town of Baeotia

Tanagra
Tānagra
noun
a town of Baeotia

Tanagraeus
Tānagraeus
adjective
of or belonging to Tanagra

Tanagraeus
Tānāgraeus
adjective
of or belonging to Tanagra

Tanagricus
Tānāgricus
adjective
of or belonging to Tanagra

Tanagricus
Tānagricus
adjective
of or belonging to Tanagra

Tanais
Tanais
noun
The river Tanais

Tanaita
Tanaīta
noun
the inhabitants of the country near the Don

Tanaiticus
Tanaīticus
adjective
of or belonging to the Don

Tanaitis
Tanaītis
noun
she that lives by the Don

Tanaquil
Tanaquil
noun
the proud

Tanas
Tanās
noun
a river of Numidia

tandem
tandem
adverb
at length

tandiu
tandiu
adverb
so long

Tanetanus
Tanētānus
noun
the inhabitants of Tanetum

Tanetum
Tanētum
noun
a village of Upper Italy

Tanfana
Tanfana
cross-reference

tangibilis
tangibilis
adjective
that may be touched

tango
tangō
verb
to touch

taniaca
taniaca
noun
long strips of pork

Tannetanus
Tannētānus
noun
the inhabitants of Tanetum

Tannetum
Tannētum
noun
a village of Upper Italy

tanos
tanos
noun
a precious stone

tanquam
tanquam
adverb

tanquam
tanquam
adverb
as much as

Tantaleus
Tantaleus
adjective
of or belonging to Tantalus

Tantalides
Tantalidēs
noun
a male descendant of Tantalus

Tantalis
Tantalis
noun
a female descendant of Tantalus

Tantalos
Tantalos
noun
a king of Phrygia

Tantalus
Tantalus
noun
a king of Phrygia

tanti
tantī
adverb
I esteem it a light thing

tantidem
tantīdem
cross-reference

tantillum
tantillum
noun
so little

tantillus
tantillus
adjective
so little

tantisper
tantisper
adverb
for so long a time

tanto
tantō
adverb
by so much

tanto opere
tantō opere
expression
so greatly

tantopere
tantopere
adverb
so greatly

tantulum
tantulum
noun
so little

tantulus
tantulus
adjective
so little

tantum
tantum
adverb
So much

tantum
tantum
cross-reference
so much

tantumdem
tantumdem
noun
just so much

tantummodo
tantummodō
adverb

tantummodo
tantummodō
adverb

tantundem
tantundem
noun

tantundem
tantundem
noun
just so much

tantus
tantus
adjective
Of such size or measure

tantusdem
tantusdem
adjective
just so great or large

Tanusius
Tanūsius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

taos
taos
noun
a kind of precious stone of the colors of the peacock

tapanta
tapanta
cross-reference
all things

tapete
tapēte
noun
a carpet

Taphra
Taphra
noun
The isthmus of the Tauric Chersonese

tapinoma
tapīnōma
noun
a low or humble expression

tapinosis
tapīnōsis
noun
a depreciation

Taposiris
Taposiris
noun
a town in Egypt

Tappulus
Tappulus
noun
a Roman cognomen

Taprobana
Tāprobana
cross-reference

Taprobane
Tāprobanē
noun
an island in the Indian Ocean

tapullam
tapullam
cross-reference

tarandrus
tarandrus
noun
an animal found in northern countries

Taranis
Taranis
noun
the name of Jupiter among the Gauls

Taranucnus
Taranucnus
noun
the name of a German deity

Taras
Taras
adjective
A son of Neptune

Taratalla
Taratalla
cross-reference
a humorous name of a cook

taratantara
taratantara
cross-reference

Tarbellicus
Tarbellicus
adjective
Tarbellian

Tarbellius
Tarbellius
adjective
Tarbellian

Tarbellus
Tarbellus
noun
a people in Aquitanian Gaul

Tarbellus
Tarbellus
adjective
Tarbellian

Tarcho
Tarchō
noun
a noble Etrurian who assisted Aeneas against Turnus

Tarchon
Tarchon
noun
a noble Etrurian who assisted Aeneas against Turnus

Tarcondimotus
Tarcondimotus
noun
a Cilician

tardabilis
tardābilis
adjective
that renders slow

tardatio
tardātiō
noun
slowness

tarde
tardē
adverb
Slowly

tardesco
tardescō
verb
to become slow

tardicors
tardicors
adjective
slow-minded

tardigemulus
tardigemulus
adjective
slow-moaning

tardigradus
tardigradus
adjective
slow-paced

tardiloquus
tardiloquus
adjective
slow-speaking

tardingemulus
tardingemulus
adjective
slow-moaning

tardipes
tardipēs
adjective
slowfooted

tarditas
tarditās
noun
slowness

tardities
tarditiēs
noun
slowness

tarditudo
tarditūdō
noun
slowness

tardiuscule
tardiusculē
adverb
somewhat slowly

tardiusculus
tardiusculus
adjective
somewhat slow

tardo
tardō
verb
to make slow

tardor
tardor
noun
slowness

tardus
tardus
adjective
slow

Tarentinus
Tarentīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Tarentum

Tarentinus
Tarentīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Tarentum

Tarentum
Tarentum
noun
a town of Lower Italy

Tarentus
Tarentus
noun
a town of Lower Italy

Targines
Targinēs
noun
a river of

Tarichaea
Tarichaea
noun

Tarichea
Tarichēa
noun
the sea or lake of Galilee

Tarichea
Tarichēa
noun
a town of Galilee

Tarichea
Tarichea
noun
a town of Galilee

Tarichea
Tarichēa
noun

Tarinatis
Tarinātis
noun
a people in the Sabine country

Tariota
Tariota
noun
a people of Dalmatia

tarmes
tarmes
noun
a worm that eats wood

Tarnis
Tarnis
noun
a river of Gaul falling into the Garonne

Tarpa
Tarpa
noun

Tarpeia
Tarpēia
noun
a Roman proper name

Tarpeianus
Tarpēiānus
adjective
Tarpeian

Tarpeius
Tarpēius
noun
a Roman proper name

Tarpeius
Tarpēius
adjective
Tarpeian

tarpessita
tarpessīta
noun
a money - changer

tarpezita
tarpezīta
noun
a money - changer

Tarquiniensis
Tarquiniensis
noun
the inhabitants of Tarquinii

Tarquiniensis
Tarquiniensis
adjective
of or belonging to the town of Tarquinii

Tarquinius
Tarquinius
noun
a very ancient and important town of Etruria

Tarquinius
Tarquinius
noun
Tarquin

Tarquinius
Tarquinius
adjective
of or belonging to Tarquinii

Tarquinius
Tarquinius
adjective
of or belonging to the family of the Tarquins

Tarquitianus
Tarquitiānus
adjective
of Tarquitius

Tarquitius
Tarquitius
noun
an Etruscan proper name

Tarracina
Tarracīna
noun
of or belonging to Tarracina

Tarracina
Tarracīna
noun
a town in Latium

Tarracinensis
Tarracinensis
noun
of or belonging to Tarracina

Tarracinensis
Tarracinensis
noun
the inhabitants of Tarracina

Tarraco
Tarracō
noun
a town in Spain

Tarracon
Tarracon
noun
a town in Spain

Tarraconensis
Tarracōnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Tarraco

Tarragensis
Tarragensis
noun
a people of

Tarsatica
Tarsatica
noun
a city of Illyria

Tarsensis
Tarsensis
adjective
of or belonging to Tarsus

Tarsensis
Tarsensis
noun
the inhabitants of Tarsus

Tarsus
Tarsus
noun
the capital of Cilicia

Tartareus
Tartareus
adjective
of or belonging to the infernal regions

Tartarinus
Tartarinus
adjective
Tartarean

Tartaros
Tartaros
noun
the infernal regions

Tartarum
Tartarum
noun
the infernal regions

Tartarus
Tartarus
noun
the infernal regions

Tartarus
Tartarus
noun
a river of Italy

Tartesiacus
Tartēsiacus
adjective
Tartessian

Tartesis
Tartēsis
noun
adj. f

Tartesius
Tartēsius
adjective
of or belonging to Tartessus

Tartessiacus
Tartessiacus
adjective
Tartessian

Tartessis
Tartessis
noun
adj. f

Tartessius
Tartessius
adjective
of or belonging to Tartessus

Tartessius
Tartessius
noun
the inhabitants of Tartessus

Tartessos
Tartessos
noun
a very ancient maritime town of Spain

Tartessus
Tartessus
noun
a very ancient maritime town of Spain

Tartesus
Tartēsus
noun
a very ancient maritime town of Spain

tarum
tarum
noun
aloe-wood

Tarusats
Tarusāts
noun
a people of Aquitanian Gaul

Tarutius
Tarutius
noun
a Roman proper name

tasconium
tasconium
noun
a white

Tasgetius
Tasgetius
noun
a prince of the Carnutes

tasis
tasis
noun
a straining

tat
tat
interjection
what! strange!

tata
tata
noun
dad

tatae
tatae
interjection
so! the deuce! Sa

Tatiensis
Tatiensis
noun
one of the three Roman centuries of cavalry

Tatius
Tatius
adjective
of Tatius

Tatius
Tatius
noun
a king of the Sabines

Tattaeus
Tattaeus
noun

tatula
tatula
noun
daddy

tau
tau
noun
the name of the Greek

tau
tau
noun

Taulantius
Taulantius
noun
a people of Illyria

Taulantius
Taulantius
adjective
Taulantian

Taum
Taum
noun
an arm of the sea in Britain

Taunus
Taunus
noun
a mountain range in Western Germany

taura
taura
noun
a barren

taurea
taurea
noun
A whip of bull's hide

taureus
taureus
adjective
of a bull or ox

Taurianum
Tauriānum
noun
a town in Bruttia

tauricornis
tauricornis
adjective
bull-horned

Tauricus
Tauricus
adjective
of or belonging to the Taurians

Tauricus
Tauricus
adjective

taurifer
taurifer
adjective
bull-bearing

tauriformis
tauriformis
adjective
bull-shaped

taurigenus
taurigenus
adjective
bull-born

Taurii ludi
Taurii lūdī
expression
games at Rome in the

Taurinus
Taurīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Taurini

taurinus
taurīnus
adjective
of or belonging to bulls or oxen

Taurinus
Taurīnus
noun
a people of Northern Italy

Taurinus
Taurīnus
adjective

Tauris
Tauris
noun
an island near Illyria

Tauriscus
Tauriscus
noun
an Alpine tribe in Pannonia

Tauriscus
Tauriscus
noun
the name of a Greek actor

Tauriscus
Tauriscus
cross-reference

Tauriscus
Tauriscus
adjective
of or belonging to the Taurisci

Tauri Thermae
Tauri Thermae
expression
in Etruria

Taurius
Taurius
adjective

taurobolicus
taurobolicus
adjective
of or belonging to a sacrifice of a bull

taurobolinus
taurobolīnus
noun
one who has sacrificed a bull to Cybele

taurobolior
taurobolior
verb
to make a sacrifice of a bull

taurobolium
taurobolium
noun
a sacrifice of a bull in honor of Cybele

taurocenta
taurocenta
noun
a bull-fighter

Taurois
Tauroīs
adjective
a fortress belonging to Marseilles

Tauromenitanus
Tauromenītānus
noun
the inhabitants of Tauromenium

Tauromenitanus
Tauromenītānus
adjective
of or belonging to Tauromenium

Tauromenium
Tauromenium
noun
a town in the eastern part of Sicily

Tauromenon
Tauromenon
adjective
of or belonging to Tauromenium

Taurominium
Taurominium
noun
a town in the eastern part of Sicily

taurophthalmon
taurophthalmon
noun
the ox-eye

Tauropolos
Tauropōlos
noun
an appellation of Diana

Taurubula
Taurubula
noun
an island near Naples

taurulus
taurulus
noun
a little bull

Taurus
Taurus
noun
a Roman proper name

Taurus
Taurus
noun
a high mountainrange in the south-eastern part of Asia Minor

taurus
taurus
noun
a bull

Taurus
Taurus
noun
the Taurians

tautologia
tautologia
noun
a repetition of the same meaning in different words

Tavenus
Tavenus
noun
a people of Arabia

tax
tax
cross-reference
whack

taxa
taxa
noun
a kind of laurel

taxatio
taxātiō
noun
a rating

taxator
taxātor
noun
a reviler

taxea
taxea
noun
lard

taxeota
taxeōta
noun
a magistrate's assistant

taxeus
taxeus
adjective
of the yewtree

taxicus
taxicus
adjective
of the yewtree

Taxila
Taxila
noun
the name of a people in India

taxillus
taxillus
noun
a small die

taxim
taxim
adverb
gently

Taximagulus
Taximagulus
noun
a king of Kent

taxo
taxō
verb
to touch sharply

taxoninus
taxōnīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a badger

taxus
taxus
noun
a yew

Taygete
Tāygetē
noun
a daughter of Atlas and Pleione

Taygetum
Tāygetum
noun
a ridge of mountains in Laconia

Taygetus
Tāygetus
noun
a ridge of mountains in Laconia

Tazata
Tazata
noun
an island in the Caspian Sea

te
cross-reference

Teanensis
Teānensis
noun
the inhabitants of Teanum

Teanum
Teānum
noun
the name of two Italian towns

Teanus
Teānus
noun
the inhabitants of Teanum

Teate
Teāte
noun
a town on the Adriatic Sea

Teatinus
Teātīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Teate

Teatis
Teātis
noun
a people in Apulia

teba
teba
noun
a hill

techina
techina
noun
a wile

techna
techna
noun
a wile

technicus
technicus
noun
a teacher of art

Technopaegnion
Technopaegnion
noun
the title of a poem by Ausonius

Tecmessa
Tecmessa
noun
a daughter of king Teuthras

Tecmessa
Tēcmessa
noun
a daughter of king Teuthras

Tecmon
Tecmon
noun
a town of Epirus

tecolithos
tēcolithos
noun
a stone

tecte
tectē
adverb

tectio
tectiō
noun
covering

tecto
tectō
adverb
covertly

tectonicus
tectonicus
adjective
of or belonging to building

tector
tector
noun
one that overlays walls with plaster

tectoriolum
tectōriolum
noun
a little plaster

tectorium
tectōrium
noun

tectorium
tectōrium
noun
plaster

tectorium
tectōrium
noun
a covering

tectorius
tectōrius
adjective
of or belonging to covering or to a cover

Tectosagis
Tectosagis
noun
a people in

Tectosagus
Tectosagus
noun
between the Pyrenees and the Rhone

tectulum
tectulum
noun
a little roof

tectum
tectum
noun
a covering

tectura
tectūra
noun
a covering over

tectus
tectus
adjective

tectus
tectus
adjective
covered

tecum
tēcum
cross-reference

ted
ted
cross-reference

teda
tēda
noun
a resinous species of pine-tree

teda
tēda
cross-reference

tedifer
tēdifer
cross-reference

Tedigniloquides
Tēdigniloquidēs
noun
a comically-formed proper name

Tegea
Tegea
noun
a very ancient town in Arcadia

Tegeaea
Tegeaea
noun
the Arcadian Atalanta

Tegeaeus
Tegeaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Tegea

Tegeata
Tegeāta
noun
the inhabitants of Tegea

Tegeaticus
Tegeāticus
adjective
Arcadian

Tegeatis
Tegeātis
noun
Tegean

Tegee
Tegeē
noun
a very ancient town in Arcadia

Tegeeus
Tegeēus
adjective
of or belonging to Tegea

teges
teges
noun
a covering

tegetarius
tegetārius
cross-reference
a mat-maker

tegeticula
tegeticula
noun
a little mat

tegile
tegile
noun
a covering

tegillum
tegillum
noun
a small covering

tegimen
tegimen
noun
a covering

tegimentum
tegimentum
noun
a covering

tegmen
tegmen
noun
a covering

tegmentum
tegmentum
noun
a covering

tego
tegō
verb
to cover

tegula
tēgula
noun
tiles

tegula
tēgula
noun
tiles

tegulicius
tēgulicius
adjective
covered with tiles

tegulum
tegulum
noun
a covering

tegumen
tegumen
noun

tegumen
tegumen
noun
a covering

tegumentum
tegumentum
noun
a covering

Teius
Tēius
adjective
of or belonging to Teos

Teius
Tēius
noun
the inhabitants of Teos

Teius
Tēius
adjective

tela
tēla
noun
a web

telamo
telamō
noun
a male figure that supports an entablature

Telamo
Telamō
noun
an Argonaut

telamon
telamon
noun
a male figure that supports an entablature

Telamon
Telamon
noun
an Argonaut

Telamoniades
Telamōniadēs
noun
the offspring of Telamon

Telamonius
Telamōnius
noun
son of Telamon

Telandria
Telandria
noun
an island near Lycia

Telchinis
Telchīnis
noun
a fabled family of priests in Rhodes

Teleboa
Tēleboa
noun
a people in Acarnania

Teleboas
Tēleboās
noun
a centaur killed by Nestor at the marriage of Pirithous

Teleboidis
Tēleboidis
noun
the name of some small islands between Leucadia and Achaia

Telebois
Tēlebois
noun
of Teleboae

Telegonus
Tēlegonus
noun
son of Ulysses and Circe

Telegonus
Tēlegonus
noun
the amatory poems of Ovid

Telemachus
Tēlemachus
noun
the son of Ulysses and Penelope

Telemus
Tēlemus
noun
the name of a soothsayer

Telendos
Telendos
noun
an island near Lycia

telephion
tēlephion
noun
a kind of herb resembling purslane

Telephos
Tēlephos
noun
A king of Mysia

Telephus
Tēlephus
noun
A king of Mysia

Telesia
Telesia
noun
a town of Samnium

Telestes
Telestes
noun
the father of Ianthe

Telestus
Telestus
noun
a Greek painter

teleta
teleta
noun
initiation

Telethrius
Telethrius
noun
a grassy mountain of Eubaea

Telethusa
Telethūsa
noun
the wife of Ligdus and mother of Iphis

teletus
teletus
noun
one of the Aeons

telicardios
telicardios
noun
a precious stone

teliger
tēliger
adjective
dart - bearing

telinum
tēlinum
noun
a costly ointment prepared from the herb

telirrhizos
telirrhizos
noun
a precious stone

telis
tēlis
noun
the herb fenugreek

Tellene
Tellēnē
adverb
Toretta

Tellenum
Tellēnum
noun
a town of Latium

Tellumo
Tellūmō
noun
a god among the Romans

Tellurus
Tellūrus
noun

tellus
tellūs
noun
the earth

telluster
telluster
adjective
of or belonging to the earth

Telmesicus
Telmēsicus
adjective
of or belonging to Telmessus

Telmesis
Telmesis
noun
the inhabitants of Telmessus

Telmessensis
Telmessensis
noun
the inhabitants of Telmessus

Telmessicus
Telmessicus
adjective
of or belonging to Telmessus

Telmessis
Telmessis
noun
the inhabitants of Telmessus

Telmessis
Telmessis
noun
adj. f

Telmessus
Telmessus
noun
a town in Lycia

Telmesus
Telmēsus
noun
a town in Lycia

Telmissicus
Telmissicus
adjective
of or belonging to Telmessus

Telmissius
Telmissius
noun
the innabitants of Telmissus

Telmissius
Telmissius
adjective
of Telmissus

Telmissus
Telmissus
noun
a town in Lycia

telonarius
telōnārius
noun
a tollgatherer

teloneum
telōneum
noun
a toll-booth

telonium
telōnium
noun
a toll-booth

telum
tēlum
noun
a weapon used for fighting at a distance

Temarunda
Temarunda
noun
a Scythian name of the Palus Maeotis

Temenites
Temenītes
noun
an epithet of Apollo

Temenitis
Temenītis
noun

Temenitis
Temenītis
noun

Temenitis
Temenītis
noun
a fountain at Syracuse

Temenos
Temenos
cross-reference
a place at Syracuse sacred to Apollo

temerarie
temerāriē
adverb

temerarius
temerārius
adjective
That happens by chance

temeratio
temerātiō
noun
a forging

temerator
temerātor
noun
a violator

temere
temerē
adverb
by chance

temeritas
temeritas
adjective
Hap. chance

temeriter
temeriter
adverb

temeriter
temeriter
adverb
by chance

temeritudo
temeritūdō
noun
rashness

temero
temerō
verb
to violate

Temesa
Temesa
noun
a town in the territory of the Bruttians

Temesaeus
Temesaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Temesa

Temese
Temesē
noun
a town in the territory of the Bruttians

temetum
tēmētum
noun
any intoxicating drink

temnibilis
temnibilis
adjective
despicable

Temnita
Temnīta
noun
the inhabitants of Temnos

Temnites
Temnitēs
noun
of or from Temnos

Temnius
Temnius
noun
the inhabitants of Temnos

temno
temnō
verb
to slight

Temnos
Tēmnos
noun
a town in Aeolia

temo
temō
noun
a sum of money paid instead of furnishing recruits

temo
tēmō
noun
a beam

temonarius
temōnārius
adjective
of or belonging to the commutation for recruits

temonarius
temōnārius
noun
a collector of the commutation for recruits

Tempe
Tempē
adjective
a charming valley in Thessaly

temperaculum
temperāculum
noun
a working

temperamentum
temperāmentum
noun
a mixing in due proportion

temperans
temperans
adjective

temperans
temperans
adjective
observing moderation

temperanter
temperanter
adverb
with moderation

temperantia
temperantia
noun
moderateness

temperate
temperātē
adverb
in due proportion

temperatio
temperātiō
noun
a due mingling or tempering

temperativus
temperātīvus
adjective
soothing

temperator
temperātor
noun
one who duly arranges

temperatura
temperātūra
noun
due measure

temperatus
temperātus
adjective
Duly arranged or prepared

temperatus
temperātus
adjective

temperi
temperī
adverb

temperi
temperī
adverb
at the right or fitting time

temperies
temperiēs
noun
a due mingling

temperius
temperius
adverb

tempero
temperō
verb
to divide or proportion duly

temperor
temperor
verb
to divide or proportion duly

tempestas
tempestās
noun
portion

Tempestates
Tempestātes
noun
the weather-goddesses

tempestive
tempestīvē
adverb
at the right time

tempestivitas
tempestīvitās
noun
a right or proper time

tempestivo
tempestīvō
adverb
at the right time

tempestivus
tempestīvus
adjective
of or belonging to the right time

tempestuosus
tempestuōsus
adjective
stormy

tempestus
tempestūs
noun

tempestus
tempestūs
noun
portion

templaris
templāris
adjective
of or belonging to a temple

templatim
templātim
adverb
templewards

templum
templum
noun
an open place for observation

tempois
tempois
noun
the temples

temporalis
temporālis
adjective
of or belonging to time

temporalitas
temporālitās
noun
temporariness

temporaliter
temporāliter
adverb
for a time

temporaneus
temporāneus
adjective
happening or coming at the right time

temporarie
temporāriē
adverb
for a time

temporarius
temporārius
adjective
of or belonging to time

temporatim
temporātim
adverb
at times

tempore
temporē
adverb
at the right or fitting time

tempori
temporī
adverb
at the right or fitting time

tempori
temporī
adverb

Tempsa
Tempsa
cross-reference

Tempsa
Tempsa
noun
a town in the territory of the Bruttians

Tempsanus
Tempsānus
cross-reference

Tempsanus
Tempsānus
adjective
of Temesa

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 or period of time

Tempyrum
Tempȳrum
noun
a town

Temsa
Temsa
noun
a town in the territory of the Bruttians

temulenter
tēmulenter
adverb
like a drunken person

temulentia
tēmulentia
noun
drunkenness

temulentus
tēmulentus
noun

temulentus
tēmulentus
adjective

tenacia
tenācia
noun
stubbornness

tenacitas
tenācitās
noun
a holding fast

tenaciter
tenāciter
adverb
closely

tenaculum
tenāculum
noun
an instrument for holding

tenax
tenāx
noun
things that hold fast

tenax
tenax
adjective
holding fast

Tenchtherus
Tenchthērus
noun
a German people on the Rhine

Tencterus
Tenctērus
noun
a German people on the Rhine

Tendebum
Tendēbum
noun
a town of Caria

tendicula
tendicula
noun
a little stretcher

tendo
tendō
verb
to stretch

tendor
tendor
noun
a stretching

Tenea
Tenea
noun
a town between Corinth and Mycenae

tenebella
tenebella
noun
darkness

tenebra
tenebra
noun
darkness

tenebra
tenēbra
noun
darkness

tenebra
tenēbra
noun
darkness

tenebra
tenebra
noun
darkness

tenebrarius
tenebrārius
adjective
of or belonging to darkness

tenebrarius
tenēbrārius
adjective
of or belonging to darkness

tenebrasco
tenēbrascō
verb
to grow or become dark

tenebrasco
tenebrascō
verb
to grow or become dark

tenebratio
tenēbrātiō
noun
a darkening

tenebratio
tenebrātiō
noun
a darkening

tenebresco
tenebrescō
verb
to grow or become dark

tenebresco
tenēbrescō
verb
to grow or become dark

tenebrico
tenēbricō
verb
to become dark

tenebrico
tenebricō
verb
to become dark

tenebricositas
tenebricōsitās
noun
darkness

tenebricositas
tenēbricōsitās
noun
darkness

tenebricosus
tenebricōsus
adjective
full of darkness or gloom

tenebricosus
tenēbricōsus
adjective
full of darkness or gloom

tenebricus
tenebricus
adjective
dark

tenebricus
tenēbricus
adjective
dark

tenebrio
tenebriō
noun
one who shuns the light

tenebrio
tenēbriō
noun
one who shuns the light

tenebro
tenēbrō
verb
to make dark

tenebro
tenebrō
verb
to make dark

tenebrose
tenebrōsē
adverb

tenebrose
tenēbrōsē
adverb

tenebrosum
tenēbrōsum
noun
the dark

tenebrosum
tenebrōsum
noun
the dark

tenebrosus
tenēbrōsus
adjective
dark

tenebrosus
tenebrōsus
adjective
dark

Tenedius
Tenedius
noun
the inhabitants of Tenedos

Tenedius
Tenedius
adjective
of or belonging to Tenedos

Tenedos
Tenedos
noun
a celebrated island in the Aegean Sea

Tenedus
Tenedus
noun
a celebrated island in the Aegean Sea

tenellulus
tenellulus
adjective
somewhat tender or delicate

tenellus
tenellus
adjective
somewhat tender or delicate

teneo
teneō
verb
to hold

tener
tener
adjective
soft

tenerasco
tenerascō
verb
to grow tender

tenere
tenerē
adverb

tenere
tenerē
adverb

teneresco
tenerescō
verb
to grow soft or tender

teneritas
teneritās
noun
softness

teneriter
teneriter
adverb

teneriter
teneriter
adverb

teneritudo
teneritūdō
noun
softness

tenerositas
tenerōsitās
noun
a tender age

tenerus
tenerus
noun
the young

Tenes
Tenēs
noun

tenesmos
tēnesmos
noun
a straining at stool

Tenita
Tenita
noun

tenno
tennō
verb
to stretch

tenor
tenor
noun
a holding on

Tenos
Tēnos
noun
one of the Cyclades

tensa
tensa
noun
the chariot or car on which the images of the gods were borne in the Circensian games

tensio
tensiō
noun
a stretching

tensura
tensūra
noun
a stretching out

tensus
tensus
adjective
stretched out

tentabundus
tentābundus
adjective
trying

tentamen
tentāmen
noun
a trial

tentamentum
tentāmentum
noun
a trial

tentatio
tentātiō
noun
An attack

tentator
tentātor
noun
An assailant

Tenthredon
Tenthrēdon
noun
the father of Prothous

tentigo
tentīgō
noun
a tension

tentio
tentiō
noun
a stretching

tentipellium
tentipellium
noun
that which stretches out a skin or hide

tento
tentō
verb
to handle

tentor
tentor
noun
a holder

tentoriolum
tentōriolum
noun
a little tent

tentorium
tentōrium
noun
a tent

tentorius
tentōrius
adjective
of or for tents

tentura
tentūra
noun
a stretching out

tentus
tentus
noun
a lecherous man

tentus
tentus
adjective
stretched out

tentus
tentus
noun
a checking

Tentyris
Tentyris
noun
of or belonging to Tentyra

Tentyrita
Tentyrīta
noun
the inhabitants of Tentyra

Tentyrites
Tentyrītēs
noun
of or belonging to Tentyra

Tentyriticus
Tentyrīticus
adjective
of Tentyra

Tentyrum
Tentyrum
noun
a city in Upper Egypt

tenuabilis
tenuābilis
adjective
making thin

tenuatim
tenuātim
adverb
thinly

tenue
tenue
noun
that which is subtle

tenuescens
tenuescens
adjective
growing thin

tenuiarius
tenuiārius
adjective
of or belonging to thin clothing

tenuiculus
tenuiculus
adjective
slight

tenuis
tenuis
adjective
thin

tenuitas
tenuitas
noun
thinness

tenuiter
tenuiter
adverb
Thinly

tenuo
tenuō
verb
to make thin

Tenus
Tēnus
noun
one of the Cyclades

tenus
tenus
noun
a cord

tenus
tenus
preposition
lengthwise

tenvis
tenvis
adjective
thin

Teos
Teos
noun
a town in Ionia

tepefacio
tepefaciō
verb
to make moderately warm

tepeo
tepeō
verb
to be moderately warm

tepesco
tepescō
verb
to become moderately warm

tephrias
tephriās
noun
a kind of ash-colored stone

tephritis
tephrītis
noun
an ashcolored precious stone

tepidarium
tepidārium
noun
a tepid bathing-room

tepidarius
tepidārius
adjective
of or belonging to tepid water or to a tepid bath

tepide
tepidē
adverb
tepidly

tepido
tepidō
verb
to make lukewarm or tepid

tepidus
tepidus
adjective
moderately warm

tepor
tepor
noun
a gentle warmth

teporatus
tepōrātus
adjective
made moderately warm

teporus
tepōrus
adjective
warm

tepula aqua
tepula aqua
expression
a stream of water

ter
ter
adverb
three times

tera
tera
noun
the earth

teramon
teramōn
noun
a plant growing near Philippi

teramum
teramum
noun
a plant growing near Philippi

terbentinus
terbentinus
adjective
of the terebinth or turpentine-tree

terbentinus
terbentinus
adjective

terceni
tercēnī
adjective
three hundred each

tercentum
tercentum
adjective
three hundred

terdeciens
terdeciens
adverb
thirteen times

terdecies
terdecies
adverb
thirteen times

terdeni
terdēnī
adverb

terebinthinus
terebinthinus
adjective
of the terebinth or turpentine-tree

terebinthizusa
terebinthīzūsa
noun
a turpentine-colored precious stone

terebinthus
terebinthus
noun
the terebinth or turpentine-tree

terebra
terēbra
noun
An instrument for boring

terebra
terebra
noun
An instrument for boring

terebramen
terebrāmen
noun
a hole bored

terebramen
terēbrāmen
noun
a hole bored

terebratio
terebrātiō
noun
a boring

terebratio
terēbrātiō
noun
a boring

terebratus
terebrātus
noun
a boring

terebratus
terēbrātus
noun
a boring

terebro
terebrō
verb
to bore

terebro
terēbrō
verb
to bore

terebrum
terēbrum
noun
An instrument for boring

terebrum
terebrum
noun
An instrument for boring

teredo
terēdō
noun
a worm

Teredon
Terēdon
noun
a town of Arabia

Tereides
Tēreidēs
noun

Tereides
Tēreidēs
noun
the offspring of Tereus

Terensis
Terensis
noun
the goddess that presides over threshing

Terentia
Terentia
noun
Terence

Terentianus
Terentiānus
adjective
of Terence

Terentianus
Terentiānus
cross-reference

Terentianus
Terentiānus
noun
a proper name

Terentilla
Terentilla
noun

Terentillns
Terentillns
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

Terentinus
Terentīnus
adjective

Terentinus
Terentīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Terentus

Terentius
Terentius
noun
Terence

Terentius
Terentius
adjective
of or belonging to a Terentius

Terentus oros
Terentus oros
noun
a place at the extremity of the

teres
teres
noun
rounded off

Teresis
Teresis
noun
a people of Spain

Tereus
Tēreus
noun
A king of Thrace

Tergedum
Tergedum
noun
a town of Ethiopia

tergeminus
tergeminus
adjective
three born at a birth

tergeminus
tergeminus
adjective

tergenus
tergenus
adverb
of a threefold kind

tergeo
tergeō
verb
to rub off

Tergeste
Tergeste
noun
the northernmost town on the coast of Istria

Tergestinus
Tergestīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Tergeste

Tergestinus
Tergestīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Tergeste

Tergestum
Tergestum
adjective
of or belonging to Tergeste

tergilla
tergilla
noun
the skin

terginum
tergīnum
noun
a hide

tergiversanter
tergiversanter
adverb
back wardly

tergiversatio
tergiversātiō
noun
a declining

tergiversator
tergiversātor
noun
one who delays

tergiversatorius
tergiversātōrius
adjective
shuffing

tergiversor
tergiversor
verb
to turn one's back

tergo
tergō
verb

tergoro
tergorō
cross-reference
to cover cover over

tergum
tergum
noun
the back

tergus
tergus
noun
the back

tergus
tergus
noun

Terina
Terīna
noun
a town in the Bruttian territory

Terinaeus
Terīnaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Terina

terjugus
terjugus
adjective
thrice bound together

termen
termen
noun
a bound

termen
termen
noun

termentum
termentum
noun

termes
termes
noun

termes
termes
noun

termes
termes
noun
a bough cut off

Termes
Termes
noun
a town in Spain

Termessensis
Termessensis
noun
the inhabitants of Termessus

Termessus
Termessus
noun
a town in Pisidia

Termestinus
Termestīnus
adjective
belonging to Termes

Termestinus
Termestīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Termes

Terminale
Terminale
noun
the festival of Terminus

terminalis
terminālis
adjective
Of or belonging to boundaries

terminate
terminātē
adverb
with limits

terminatio
terminātiō
noun
a bounding

terminator
terminātor
noun
he who limits

terminatus
terminātus
noun
a boundary

termino
terminō
verb
to set bounds to

terminus
terminus
noun
a bound

Terminus
Terminus
noun
a bound

Termitanus
Termitānus
adjective

termiteus
termiteus
adjective
of or belonging to an olive-branch

termo
termō
noun

termo
termō
noun
a bound

ternarius
ternārius
noun
a third of an as

ternarius
ternārius
adjective
containing or consisting of three

ternidenus
ternidēnus
adjective
thirteen each

ternio
terniō
noun
the number three

ternox
ternox
noun
a threefold night

ternus
ternus
adjective
three each

ternus
ternus
adjective
three each

tero
terō
verb
to rub

Terpsichore
Terpsichorē
noun
the Muse of dancing

terra
terra
noun
the earth

Terracina
Terracīna
cross-reference

Terracinensis
Terracīnensis
cross-reference

terrenum
terrēnum
noun
land

terrenum
terrēnum
noun
Earthly things

terrenus
terrēnus
adjective
Consisting of earth

terreo
terreō
verb
to frighten

terrestre
terrestre
noun
land-animals

terrestris
terrestris
adjective
of or belonging to the earth or to the land

terreus
terreus
adjective
of earth

terribilis
terribilis
adjective
frightful

terribilitas
terribilitās
noun
the quality of inspiring terror

terribiliter
terribiliter
adverb
fearfully

terricola
terricola
noun
a dweller upon earth

terricrepus
terricrepus
adjective
frightfully thundering

terricula
terricula
noun
means of exciting terror

terriculamentum
terriculāmentum
noun
things that excite terror

terriculum
terriculum
noun
means of exciting terror

terrifagus
terrifagus
adjective
eating dust

terrificatio
terrificātiō
noun
a frightening

terrifico
terrificō
verb
to make afraid

terrificus
terrificus
adjective
that causes terror

terrigena
terrigena
noun
born of or from the earth

terriloquus
terriloquus
adjective
fear-speaking

terripavium
terripavium
noun

terripudium
terripudium
noun

terrisonus
terrisonus
adjective
sounding terribly

territio
territiō
noun
a frightening

territo
territō
verb
to put in terror

territorialis
territōriālis
adjective
of or belonging to territory

territorium
territōrium
noun
the land round a town

territus
territus
adjective

terror
terror
noun
great fear

terrosus
terrōsus
adjective
full of earth

Terrracina
Terrracīna
noun
a town in Latium

Terrracinae
Terrracīnae
noun
of or belonging to Tarracina

terrula
terrula
noun
a small piece of land

terrulente
terrulentē
adverb
in an earthly manner

terrulentus
terrulentus
adjective
of or belonging to the earth

tersus
tersus
adjective
wiped off

tersus
tersus
noun
a wiping off

tersus
tersus
adjective

tertia
tertia
noun
A third part

Tertia
Tertia
noun

Tertia
Tertia
noun
proper names

tertiadecimanus
tertiadecimānus
noun
soldiers of the thirteenth legion

tertiana
tertiāna
noun
the tertian fever

tertianus
tertiānus
adjective
of or belonging to the third

tertianus
tertiānus
noun
soldiers of the third legion

tertiarium
tertiārium
noun
a third part

tertiarius
tertiārius
adjective
containing a third part

tertiatio
tertiātiō
noun
a doing a thing the third time

tertiato
tertiātō
adverb

tertiatus
tertiātus
adjective
greater by a third

terticeps
terticeps
adjective
the third

tertio
tertiō
adverb
For the third time

tertio
tertiō
verb
to do for the third time

tertiocerius
tertiōcērius
noun
a functionary of the third rank

tertium
tertium
adverb
for the third time

Tertius
Tertius
noun
proper names

tertius
tertius
adjective
the third

tertiusdecimus
tertiusdecimus
adjective
the thirteenth

tertiusdecumus
tertiusdecumus
adjective
the thirteenth

Tertullianus
Tertulliānus
noun
Tertullian

tertus
tertus
adjective

teruncius
teruncius
noun
three twelfths of an

terveneficus
tervenēficus
noun
thrice poisoner

tescum
tescum
noun
rough or wild regions

tesquum
tesquum
noun
rough or wild regions

tessaracoste
tessaracostē
noun
the fortieth day

tessella
tessella
noun
a small square piece of stone

tessellarius
tessellārius
noun
one who makes

tessellatim
tessellātim
adverb
in a checkered or tesselated form

tessellatus
tessellātus
adjective
of small square stones

tessera
tessera
noun
a square

tesserarius
tesserārius
adjective
of or belonging to

tesserarius
tesserārius
noun
A dice-thrower

tesserula
tesserula
noun
a little

testa
testa
noun
a piece of burned clay

testabilis
testābilis
adjective
that has a right to give testimony

testaceum
testāceum
noun
a kind of brick

testaceus
testāceus
adjective
Consisting of bricks or tiles

testamen
testāmen
noun
evidence

testamentalis
testāmentālis
adjective
of or belonging to a last will

testamentarius
testāmentārius
noun
one who draws up a will

testamentarius
testāmentārius
adjective
of or belonging to wills

testamentum
testāmentum
noun
the publication of a last will or testament

testatim
testātim
adverb
like sherds

testatio
testātiō
noun
A bearing witness

testato
testātō
adverb
before witnesses

testator
testātor
noun
One who bears witness or testifies

testatrix
testātrix
noun
she that makes a will or testament

testatus
testātus
adjective
public

testeus
testeus
adjective
of earthen materials

testiculari
testiculārī
cross-reference

testiculata
testiculata
noun
a plant

testiculatus
testiculātus
adjective
having testicles

testiculus
testiculus
noun
a testicle

testificatio
testificātiō
noun
a bearing witness

testificatus
testificātus
adjective
made known

testificor
testificor
verb
To bear witness

testimonialis
testimōniālis
noun
testimonials

testimonialis
testimōniālis
adjective
of or belonging to

testimonium
testimōnium
noun
witness

testis
testis
noun
one who attests

testis
testis
noun
a testicle

testitrahus
testitrahus
adjective
that drags his testicles

testo
testō
verb

testor
testor
verb
To be a witness

testu
testu
noun
a vessel or lid

testuatium
testuātium
noun
a cake baked in an earthen cup

testudinatus
testūdinātus
adjective
arched

testudineatus
testūdineātus
adjective
arched

testudineus
testūdineus
adjective
of or belonging to a tortoise

testudo
testūdō
noun
a tortoise

testula
testula
noun
a small potsherd

testum
testum
noun
a vessel or lid

teta
teta
noun
a kind of dove

tetanicus
tetanicus
noun
one affected with tetanus

tetanothrum
tetanōthrum
noun
a cosmetic for removing wrinkles

tetanus
tetanus
noun
a stiffness or spasm of the neck

tetartemoria
tetartēmoria
noun
a fourth

tetartemorion
tetartēmorion
noun
a fourth

tete
tētē
adverb

teter
tēter
adjective
offensive

tethalassomenon
tethalassōmenon
noun
wine mixed with sea-water

tethea
tēthea
noun
a kind of sponge

Tethys
Tēthys
noun
a sea-goddess

tetrachmum
tetrachmum
noun

tetrachmum
tētrachmum
noun

tetrachmum
tētrachmum
noun
a silver coin of four drachmas

tetrachmum
tetrachmum
noun
a silver coin of four drachmas

tetrachordon
tētrachordon
noun
a chord of four notes

tetrachordon
tetrachordon
noun
a chord of four notes

tetrachordos
tētrachordos
adjective
having four strings or notes

tetrachordos
tetrachordos
adjective
having four strings or notes

tetrachordum
tetrachordum
noun
a chord of four notes

tetrachordum
tētrachordum
noun
a chord of four notes

tetracolon
tetracōlon
noun
a period consisting of four members

tetracolon
tētracōlon
noun
a period consisting of four members

tetradice
tetradicē
noun
a plant

tetradice
tētradicē
noun
a plant

tetradium
tetradium
noun
the number four

tetradium
tētradium
noun
the number four

tetradoros
tētradōros
adjective
of four palms or hand-breadths

tetradoros
tetradōros
adjective
of four palms or hand-breadths

tetradrachmum
tetradrachmum
noun
a silver coin of four drachmas

tetradrachmum
tētradrachmum
noun
a silver coin of four drachmas

tetragnathius
tētragnathius
noun
a kind of poisonous spider

tetragnathius
tetragnathius
noun
a kind of poisonous spider

Tetragonis
Tetragonis
noun
a town in Asia

tetragonum
tetragōnum
noun
a quadrangle

tetragonum
tētragōnum
noun
a quadrangle

tetralix
tetralix
noun
a plant

tetralix
tētralix
noun
a plant

tetrametrus
tetrametrus
noun
a verse of four metrical feet

tetrametrus
tētrametrus
noun
a verse of four metrical feet

tetrans
tētrans
adjective
A fourth part

tetrans
tetrans
adjective
A fourth part

tetrao
tetraō
noun
a heatkcock

tetrao
tētraō
noun
a heatkcock

tetrapharmacum
tetrapharmacum
noun
A plaster composed of four ingredients

tetrapharmacum
tētrapharmacum
noun
A plaster composed of four ingredients

tetraphoros
tetraphoros
adjective
of four bearers

tetraphoros
tētraphoros
adjective
of four bearers

Tetraphylia
Tetraphȳlia
noun
a town of Athamania in Epirus

Tetraphylia
Tētraphȳlia
noun
a town of Athamania in Epirus

tetraplasius
tētraplasius
adjective
fourfold

tetraplasius
tetraplasius
adjective
fourfold

tetraptotum
tetraptōtum
noun
words which occur in only four cases

tetraptotum
tētraptōtum
noun
words which occur in only four cases

Tetrapus
Tetrapūs
noun
the title of the eighth book of Apicius

Tetrapus
Tētrapūs
noun
the title of the eighth book of Apicius

tetrarcha
tetrarcha
cross-reference

tetrarcha
tētrarcha
cross-reference

tetrarches
tētrarchēs
noun
a ruler who governed the fourth part of a country

tetrarches
tetrarchēs
noun
a ruler who governed the fourth part of a country

tetrarchia
tētrarchia
noun
the dominions of a tetrarch

tetrarchia
tetrarchia
noun
the dominions of a tetrarch

tetras
tetras
noun
the number four

tetras
tētras
noun
the number four

tetrasemus
tetrasēmus
adjective
of four syllables

tetrasemus
tētrasēmus
adjective
of four syllables

tetrastichon
tetrastichon
noun
a poem of four verses

tetrastichon
tētrastichon
noun
a poem of four verses

tetrastichos
tētrastichos
adjective
containing four rows or lines

tetrastichos
tetrastichos
adjective
containing four rows or lines

tetrastylon
tētrastȳlon
noun
a building with four columns

tetrastylon
tetrastȳlon
noun
a building with four columns

tetrastylos
tētrastȳlos
adjective
having four columns

tetrastylos
tetrastȳlos
adjective
having four columns

tetre
tētrē
adverb

Tetrica
Tetrica
noun
a rocky mountain in the Sabine territory

tetricitas
tētricitās
noun
a grave or serious expression

tetricus
tētricus
adjective
forbidding

tetrinnio
tētrinniō
verb
to quack

tetrinnio
tetrinniō
verb
to quack

tetritudo
tetritūdō
cross-reference

tetritudo
tētritūdō
noun
loathsomeness

tetritudo
tētritūdō
cross-reference

tetro
tētrō
verb
to render foul

tetro
tetrō
cross-reference

tetro
tētrō
cross-reference

tettigometra
tettīgomētra
noun
the larva or matrix

tettigonia
tettīgonia
noun
a kind of small cicada

tetuli
tetulī
cross-reference

Teucer
Teucer
noun
Son of Telamon

teuchites
teuchītēs
noun
a kind of fragrant rush

teucria
teucria
cross-reference

Teucria
Teucria
noun
the Trojan country

Teucria
Teucria
noun

teucrion
teucrion
noun
A plant

Teucris
Teucris
adjective

Teucris
Teucris
noun
A Trojan female

Teucrius
Teucrius
adjective

Teucrius
Teucrius
adjective
Trojan

Teucrus
Teucrus
noun
the Trojans

Teucrus
Teucrus
noun

Teucrus
Teucrus
adjective

Teucrus
Teucrus
adjective
of or belonging to Teu cer

Teus
Teus
noun
a town in Ionia

Teuta
Teuta
noun
a queen of Illyria

Teutana
Teutāna
cross-reference

Teutanus
Teutānus
noun
a people of the Peloponnesus

Teutates
Teutātēs
noun
a deity of the Gauls

teuthalis
teuthalis
noun
a plant

Teuthrania
Teuthrānia
noun
the territory in Mysia ruled by Teuthras

Teuthranie
Teuthrāniē
noun
the territory in Mysia ruled by Teuthras

Teuthranteus
Teuthrantēus
adjective
of or belonging to Teuthras

Teuthrantius
Teuthrantius
adjective
of or belonging to Teuthras

Teuthras
Teuthras
adjective
A king of Mysia

Teuticus
Teuticus
noun
an Illyrian chief

Teutobodiacus
Teutobodiacus
noun
a people of Galatia

Teutoburgiensis
Teutoburgiensis
adjective
of or belonging to the citadel of the Teutones

Teutomatus
Teutomatus
noun
a king of the Nitiobriges

Teutonicus
Teutonicus
adjective
Teutonic

Teutonis
Teutonis
noun
the Teutons

Teutonus
Teutonus
noun
the Teutons

Teutria
Teutria
noun
an island in the Ionian Sea

texo
texō
verb
to weave

textile
textile
noun
a web

textilis
textilis
adjective
woven

textor
textor
noun
a weaver

textorius
textōrius
adjective
of or belonging to weaving

textricula
textrīcula
noun
a little

textrina
textrīna
noun
a weaver's shop

textrinis
textrīnis
noun
Of or belonging to weaving

textrinum
textrīnum
noun
a ship-yard

textrinum
textrīnum
noun
weaving

textrix
textrix
noun
a female weaver

textum
textum
noun

textum
textum
noun
that which is woven

textura
textūra
noun
a web

textus
textus
noun
texture

textus
textus
adjective

Thabena
Thabēna
noun
a city of Numidia

Thabenensis
Thabēnensis
noun

Thabraca
Thabraca
noun
a city of Numidia on the coast of the Mediterranean

Thabraca
Thābraca
noun
a town of Numidia

Thais
Thāis
noun
a celebrated courtesan of Athens

Thala
Thala
noun
an important town of Numidia

thalamegus
thalamēgus
noun
a state-barge fitted up with cabins

thalamus
thalamus
noun
an inner room

Thalasio
Thalasiō
noun
a congratulatory exclamation to a bride

Thalassa
Thalassa
noun
the title of the ninth book of Apicius

thalassegle
thalassēglē
noun
a plant

thalassicus
thalassicus
adjective
of or like the sea

thalassinus
thalassinus
adjective
sea-colored

thalassion phycos
thalassion phȳcos
expression
archil or orchil

thalassites
thalassītēs
noun
sea-wine

thalassomeli
thalassomelī
noun
sea-water mixed with honey

Thalea
Thalēa
noun

Thalea
Thalēa
noun
One of the Muses

Thales
Thales
noun
a celebrated Greek philosopher of Miletus

Thaleticus
Thalēticus
adjective
of or belonging to Thales

Thalia
Thalīa
noun
One of the Muses

Thaliarchus
Thaliarchus
noun
the name given by Horace to the friend

thalictrum
thalictrum
noun
a plant

thalitruum
thalitruum
noun
a plant

Thallumetus
Thallumētus
noun
a slave of Atticus

Thallus
Thallus
noun
a people on the Caspian Sea

thallus
thallus
noun
a green stalk

Thalna
Thalna
noun
a Roman surname of the Juventian gens

thamnum
thamnum
noun
a shrub

thamnum
thamnum
noun

Thamyras
Thamyrās
noun
a Thracian poet

Thamyris
Thamyris
cross-reference

Thamyris
Thamyris
noun

thannum
thannum
noun
a shrub

Thapsacus
Thapsacus
noun
a town of Syria

thapsia
thapsia
noun
a poisonous shrub

Thapsitanus
Thapsitānus
noun
the inhabitants of Thapsus

thapsos
thapsos
cross-reference

Thapsos
Thapsos
noun
A peninsula and city in Sicily

Thapsus
Thapsus
noun
A peninsula and city in Sicily

Thasius
Thasius
adjective
of or belonging to Thasus

Thasos
Thasos
noun
an island in the north of the Aegean Sea

Thasus
Thasus
noun
an island in the north of the Aegean Sea

Thaumacie
Thaumaciē
noun
Dhomoko

Thaumacus
Thaumacus
noun
a people of Thessaly

Thaumanteus
Thaumantēus
adjective
of or belonging to Thaumas

Thaumantias
Thaumantias
noun
daughter of Thaumas

Thaumantis
Thaumantis
noun
the daughter of Thaumas

Thaumas
Thaumas
adjective
the father of Iris

the
thē
noun
an antidote against the bite of serpents

theamedes
theamēdēs
noun
an Ethiopian stone that repels iron

theangelis
theangelis
noun
a kind of plant growing on Libanus

theatralis
theātrālis
adjective
of or belonging to the theatre

theatricus
theātricus
adjective
of or belonging to the theatre

theatrum
theātrum
noun
a playhouse

Theba
Thēba
noun
Thebes

Thebaeus
Thēbaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Thebes

Thebagenes
Thēbāgenēs
noun
born at Thebes

Thebaicus
Thēbāicus
adjective
Theban

Thebaidis
Thēbaidis
noun
the women of Thebes

Thebais
Thēbais
noun
adj. f

Thebais
Thēbais
noun
the district of Thebes

Thebais
Thēbāis
noun
the Thebaid

Thebana
Thēbāna
noun
the Theban dame

Thebanus
Thēbānus
noun
the innabitants of Thebes

Thebanus
Thēbānus
adjective
of or belonging to Thebes

Thebe
Thēbē
noun

Thebe
Thēbē
noun
a female name

Thebe
Thēbē
noun
Thebes

Thebes
Thēbes
noun
a city in Samaria

Thebogenes
Thēbogenēs
noun
born at Thebes

theca
thēca
noun
that in which any thing is enclosed

thecatus
thēcātus
adjective
placed

Theium
Theium
noun
a town of Athamania

Thelis
Thelis
noun
a sea-nymph

Thelxinoe
Thelxinoē
noun
one of the first four Muses

thelycardios
thelycardios
noun
a precious stone

thelygonon
thēlygonon
noun
A species of the plant

thelyphonon
thēlyphonon
noun
another name of the

thelypteris
thēlypteris
noun
the female plant of the

thelyrrhizos
thelyrrhizos
noun
a precious stone

thema
thema
noun
A subject or topic treated of

Themis
Themis
noun
the goddess of justice and of prophecy

Themiscyra
Themiscȳra
noun
a town in Pontus

Themiscyraeus
Themiscȳraeus
adjective
of or belonging to Themiscyra

Themiscyrenus
Themiscȳrēnus
adjective

Themison
Themison
noun
a celebrated physician of Laodicea in Syria

Themista
Themista
noun
a female Epicurean philosopher of Lampsacus

Themistocles
Themistocles
noun
a celebrated Athenian commander

Themistocleus
Themistoclēus
adjective
of or belonging to Themistocles

Thensaurochrysonicochrysides
Thensaurochrȳsonīcochrȳsidēs
noun
a facetiously-formed proper name

thensaurum
thensaurum
noun
Any thing laid or stored up

thensaurus
thensaurus
noun
Any thing laid or stored up

thensaurus
thensaurus
noun

Theocritus
Theōcritus
noun
a celebrated Grecian idyllic poet

Theocritus
Theocritus
noun
a celebrated Grecian idyllic poet

Theodamanteus
Thēodamantēus
adjective
of or belonging to Theodamas

Theodamas
Thēodamas
adjective
king of the Dryopes

Theodectes
Theodectes
noun
a Greek orator of Cilicia

Theodoreus
Theodōrēus
noun
a pupil and follower of Theodorus

Theodorus
Theodōrus
noun
A Greek sophist of Byzantium

Theodosia
Theodosia
noun
a town of the Tauric Chersonese

Theognis
Theognis
noun
an ancient Greek poet

Theogonia
Theogonia
noun
the title of a poem by Hesiod

theologia
theologia
noun
theology

theologicus
theologicus
adjective
of or belonging to theology

Theologumenon
Theologūmenon
noun
speculations on divine things

theologus
theologus
noun
one who treats of the deity

theombrotios
theombrōtios
noun
a plant

Theon
Theon
noun
A satirical

Theoninus
Theōnīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Theon

Theophane
Theophanē
noun
a daughter of Bisaltes

Theophanes
Theophanes
noun
a Greek historian of Mitylene

Theophilus
Theophilus
noun
a freedman of M. Marcellus

Theophrastus
Theophrastus
noun
a Greek philosopher of Eressus

Theopinus
Theopīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Theopompus

Theopompeus
Theopompēus
adjective
of or belonging to Theopompus

Theopompos
Theopompos
noun
a Greek historian and orator

theorema
theōrēma
noun
a proposition to be proved

theoremation
theōrēmation
noun
a little theorem

theoreticus
theōrēticus
adjective
contemplative

theoria
theōria
noun
a philosophic speculation

theorice
theōricē
noun
a philosophic speculation

theotocos
theotocos
noun
Godbearing

Thera
Thēra
noun
an island in the Aegean Sea

Theraei
Thēraeī
noun
the Theraeans

Theraeus
Thēraeus
adjective
of or belonging to Thera

Theramenes
Thērāmenēs
noun
one of the thirty tyrants of Athens

Theramna
Theramna
noun
a small town in Laconia

Theramnaeus
Theramnaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Therapnae

Therapna
Therapna
noun
a small town in Laconia

Therapnae
Therapnaē
noun
a small town in Laconia

Therapnaeus
Therapnaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Therapnae

Therasia
Thērasia
noun
a small island in the Aegean Sea

There
Thērē
noun
an island in the Aegean Sea

theriaca
thēriaca
noun
an antidote against the bite of serpents

theriacus
thēriacus
adjective
good against the poison of animals

Thericleius
Thēriclēīus
adjective
of or belonging to Thericles

Thericles
Thēricles
noun
a famous potter of Grecian antiquity

Thericleus
Thēriclēus
adjective
of or belonging to Thericles

therionarca
thērionarca
noun
a plant which benumbs serpents

theristrum
theristrum
noun
a summer garment

therma
therma
noun
warm springs

Thermae
Thermaē
adverb
a town in Sicily

Thermaeus
Thermaeus
adjective
of Therme

Thermaicus
Thermaicus
adjective
of Therme

Thermaicus
Thermaicus
cross-reference

thermanticus
thermanticus
adjective
that serves for warming

thermapalus
thermapalus
adjective
warm and soft

Therme
Thermē
noun
a town in Macedonia

therminus
therminus
adjective
made of lupines

Thermitanus
Thermitānus
adjective
of or belonging to Thermae

Thermitanus
Thermitānus
noun
the inhabitants of Thermae

Thermodon
Thermōdon
noun
a river of Pontus

Thermodonteus
Thermōdontēus
adjective
of or belonging to the Thermodon

Thermodontiacus
Thermōdontiacus
adjective

Thermodontius
Thermōdontius
adjective

thermopolium
thermopōlium
noun
a place where warm drinks were sold

thermopoto
thermopōtō
verb
to refresh with warm potations

Thermopyla
Thermopyla
noun
the famous defile of Oeta

thermospodium
thermospodium
noun
hot

thermula
thermula
noun
a little warm bath

Thermus
Thermus
noun
a Roman cognomen in the Minucian gens

Therodamanteus
Thērodamantēus
adjective
of or belonging to Therodamas

Therodamas
Thērodamas
adjective
a Scythian king

Thersites
Thersītēs
noun
a Greek before Troy

thesaurarium
thēsaurārium
noun
treasure

thesaurarius
thēsaurārius
adjective
of or belonging to treasure

thesaurensis
thēsaurensis
noun
a treasure-keeper

thesaurizator
thēsaurizātor
noun
one who lays up treasure

thesaurizo
thēsaurizō
verb
to gather or lay up treasure

Thesaurochrysonicochrysides
Thēsaurochrȳsonīcochrȳsidēs
noun
a facetiously-formed proper name

thesaurus
thēsaurus
noun
Any thing laid or stored up

Theseei
Thēseeī
noun
a king of Athens

Theseeos
Thēseeos
noun
a king of Athens

Theseis
Thēsēis
noun
the title of a poem concerning Theseus

Theseius
Thēsēius
adjective
of or belonging to Theseus

Theseus
Thēsēus
adjective
of or belonging to Theseus

Theseus
Thēseus
noun
a king of Athens

Thesides
Thēsīdēs
noun
the offspring of Theseus

thesion
thēsīon
noun
a plant

thesis
thesis
noun
a proposition

thesium
thēsīum
noun
a plant

thesmophorium
thesmophorium
noun
the festival of Demeter or Ceres

Thespia
Thespia
noun
a town in Baeotia

Thespiacus
Thespiacus
adjective
of or belonging to Thespiae

Thespiades
Thespiadēs
noun
the Thespian

Thespias
Thespias
adjective
Thespian

Thespiensis
Thespiensis
noun
the inhabitants of Thespiae

Thespis
Thespis
noun
the founder of the Greek drama

Thespius
Thespius
noun
the inhabitants of Thespiae

Thespius
Thespius
adjective
of or belonging to Thespiae

Thesprotia
Thesprōtia
noun
Thesprotian

Thesprotis
Thesprōtis
noun
adj. f

Thesprotius
Thesprōtius
noun
Thesprotian

Thesprotus
Thesprōtus
noun
a people in the south-western part of Epirus

Thesprotus
Thesprōtus
noun
a king of the region about Puteoli

Thessalia
Thessalia
noun
the country of Thessaly

Thessalicus
Thessalicus
adjective
of Thessaly

Thessalis
Thessalis
noun
adj. f

Thessalius
Thessalius
adjective
of or belonging to Thessaly

Thessalonica
Thessalonīca
noun
a city of Macedonia

Thessalonice
Thessalonīcē
noun
a city of Macedonia

Thessalonice
Thessalonīcē
noun
a daughter of Philip

Thessalonicensis
Thessalonīcensis
noun
the inhabitants of Thessalonica

Thessalus
Thessalus
adjective

Thessalus
Thessalus
adjective
of Thessaly

Thessalus
Thessalus
noun
the inhabitants of Thessaly

Thestiades
Thestiadēs
noun
descendant of Thestius

Thestias
Thestias
noun
the daughter of Thestius

Thestius
Thestius
noun
a king of Aetolia

Thestor
Thestor
noun
the father of the soothsayer Calchas

Thestorides
Thestoridēs
noun
the son of Thestor

theta
thēta
noun
the Greek letter

Thetidium
Thetidium
noun
a town of Thessaly

Thetis
Thetis
noun
a sea-nymph

Theudoria
Theudoria
noun
a town of Athamania

Theuma
Theuma
noun
a village of Thessaly

Theumesius
Theumēsius
adjective
Theban

Theumesus
Theumēsus
noun
a mountain of Baeotia

theurgia
theurgia
noun
a summoning of spirits

theurgicus
theurgicus
adjective
spirit-summoning

theurgus
theurgus
noun
one who summons spirits

Thia
Thīa
noun
The wife of Hyperion

thiasitas
thiasitas
cross-reference

thiasus
thiasus
noun
the Bacchic dance

Thiatis
Thiatis
noun
the name of one of the Egyptian months

Thibius
Thibius
noun
a fabulous people of Pontus

thieldonis
thieldonis
noun
a kind of Spanish horse

Thimanlus
Thimanlus
noun
a people of Arabia

Thirmida
Thirmida
noun
a town of Numidia

Thisbaeus
Thisbaeus
adjective
of or belonging to Thisbe

Thisbe
Thisbē
noun
A little town on the coast of Baeotia

thlasias
thlasiās
noun
one made a eunuch by bruising

thlaspi
thlaspī
noun
a kind of cress

thlibias
thlibiās
noun
one made a eunuch by bruising

Thoanteus
Thoantēus
adjective
of or belonging to Thoas

Thoantias
Thoantias
noun
daughter of Thoas

Thoantis
Thoantis
noun

Thoas
Thoas
adjective
A king of the

thocum
thōcum
cross-reference

tholus
tholus
noun
a dome

thomex
thōmex
noun
a cord

thomix
thōmix
noun
a cord

thoracatus
thōrācātus
adjective
armed with a breastplate or corselet

thoraciculus
thōrāciculus
noun
a little bust

thorax
thōrax
noun
the breast

Thorius
Thorius
noun
the name of a Roman

thos
thōs
noun
a kind of wolf

Thoth
Thoth
adjective
the Egyptian name of the fifth Mercury

Thraca
Thrāca
noun
of or belonging to Thrace

Thraca
Thrāca
noun

Thrace
Thrācē
noun
of or belonging to Thrace

Thrace
Thrācē
noun

Thracia
Thrācia
noun
Thrace

Thracicus
Thrācicus
adjective
of or belonging to Thrace

Thracius
Thrācius
noun
of or belonging to Thrace

Thracus
Thrācus
adjective
of or belonging to Thrace

Thraecidicus
Thraecidicus
adjective
of or belonging to a Threx

thranis
thranis
noun
a fish

Thrascias
Thrasciās
noun
the north-by-a-third-northwest wind

Thrasea
Thrasea
noun
a Roman name

Thraso
Thrasō
noun
The name of a braggart soldier in Terence's Eunuch

Thrasonianus
Thrasōniānus
noun
The name of a braggart soldier in Terence's Eunuch

Thrasybulus
Thrasybūlus
noun
the liberator of Athens

Thrasyllus
Thrasyllus
noun
the court astrologer of Tiberius

Thrasymachus
Thrasymachus
noun
a celebrated Grecian sophist of Chalcedon

thrauston
thrauston
noun
a kind of

Thrausus
Thrausus
noun
a Thracian people

Thrax
Thrax
noun
Thracian

Thrax
Thrax
adjective

Threce
Thrēcē
noun

Threce
Thrēcē
noun
of or belonging to Thrace

Threcia
Thrēcia
noun
Thrace

Threcicus
Thrēcicus
adjective

Threcicus
Thrēcicus
adjective

Threcidicum
Thrēcidicum
noun
the arms of a Threx

Threcidicus
Thrēcidicus
adjective

Threcidicus
Thrēcidicus
adjective
of or belonging to a Threx

Threicia Samus
Thrēicia Samus
noun
Samothracian

Threicius
Thrēicius
adjective

Threissa
Thrēissa
noun
adj. f

Threissa
Thrēissa
noun

threnus
thrēnus
noun
a song of mourning

Thressa
Thressa
noun
adj. f

Thressa
Thressa
noun

Threx
Threx
adjective

thridax
thridax
noun
wild lettuce

thrips
thrips
noun
a wood-worm

Thron
Thron
noun
a town of the Locri Epicnemidii on the Boagrius

Thronium
Thronium
noun
a town of the Locri Epicnemidii on the Boagrius

thronus
thronus
noun
an elevated seat

thryallis
thryallis
noun
the name of two different plants

Thucydides
Thūcȳdides
noun
a celebrated Greek historian

Thucydidius
Thūcȳdidīus
adjective
of or belonging to Thucydides

Thucydidius
Thūcȳdidius
noun
imitators of Thucydides

Thule
Thūlē
noun
an island in the extreme nortl of Europe

thunnarius
thunnārius
adjective
of or belonging to the tunny

thunnus
thunnus
noun
the tunny or tunny - fish

thuralis
thūrālis
adjective
of or belonging to incense

thuralis, thurarius, thureus
thūrālis, thūrārius, thūreus
expression

thurarius
thūrārius
adjective
of or belonging to frankincense

thureus
thūreus
adjective
of frankincense

Thuria
Thūria
noun
a town in Calabria

thuribulum
thūribulum
noun
a vessel to burn incense in

thuribulum
thūribulum
noun

thuricremus
thūricremus
adjective
incense-burning

thurifer
thūrifer
adjective
incense-bearing

thurificator
thūrificātor
noun
one that offers incense

thurificatus
thūrificātus
noun
one that offers incense

Thurinus
Thūrīnus
noun
of or belonging to Thurii

Thurinus
Thūrīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Thurii

Thurium
Thūrium
noun
of or belonging to Thurii

Thurius
Thūrius
noun
a city of Lucania

thus
thūs
noun
incense

thus
thūs
adjective

thusculum
thusculum
noun
a little frankincense

Thuscus
Thuscus
noun
the inhabitants of Etru

Thussageta
Thussageta
noun
a people of Asiatic Sarmatia

thya
thȳa
noun
the Greek name for the citrus-tree

Thyadis
Thȳadis
noun
Bacchantes

Thyamis
Thyamis
noun
a river in Epirus

Thyas
Thȳas
noun
a Bacchante

thyasus
thyasus
noun
the Bacchic dance

Thyatira
Thyatīra
noun
a town of Lydia

Thyatirenus
Thyatīrēnus
noun
the inhabitants of Thyatira

Thyatirum
Thyatīrum
noun
Ak-hissar

Thybris
Thybris
noun

Thyene
Thyēnē
noun
one of the Hyades who nursed Jupiter and Bacchus

Thyestes
Thyestēs
noun
son of Pelops and brother of Atreus

Thyesteus
Thyestēus
adjective
of or belonging to Thyestes

Thyestiades
Thyestiadēs
noun
the

thyia
thȳia
noun
the Greek name for the citrus-tree

Thyiadis
Thȳiadis
noun
Bacchantes

Thyias
Thȳias
noun
a Bacchante

thyinus
thȳinus
adjective
made of the citrus-tree

Thyle
Thȳlē
noun
an island in the extreme nortl of Europe

Thyle
Thȳlē
noun

thymaterium
thȳmātērium
cross-reference

Thymbra
Thymbra
noun
a city in Troas

thymbra
thymbra
noun
a plant

thymbraeum
thymbraeum
noun
another name for the

Thymbraeus
Thymbraeus
noun
the Thymbraean

Thymbre
Thymbrē
noun
a city in Troas

thymela
thymela
noun
an elevation in the centre of the orchestra of a Greek theatre

thymelaea
thymelaea
noun
a plant

thymele
thymelē
noun
an elevation in the centre of the orchestra of a Greek theatre

Thymele
Thymelē
noun
a celebrated female dancer

thymelica
thymelica
noun
an actress

thymelicus
thymelicus
adjective
of or belonging to the

thymelicus
thymelicus
noun
an actor

thymelicus
thymelicus
noun
theatrical musicians

thymiama
thȳmiāma
noun
a composition for fumigating

thymiamaterium
thȳmiāmatērium
noun
a censer

thymiamus
thymiamus
adjective

thyminus
thyminus
adjective
of thyme

thymion
thymion
noun
a kind of wart

thymites
thymītēs
noun
thyme-wine

thymosus
thymōsus
adjective
full of thyme

thymum
thymum
noun
thyme

Thynia
Thȳnia
noun
the seat of the Thyni in Bithynia

Thyniacus
Thȳniacus
adjective
Thyniac

Thynias
Thȳnias
noun
adj. f

Thynicus
Thȳnicus
adjective
Bithynian

thynnarius
thynnārius
adjective

thynnnarius
thynnnārius
adjective
of or belonging to the tunny

thynnus
thynnus
noun
the tunny or tunny - fish

thynnus
thynnus
noun

Thynus
Thȳnus
adjective

Thynus
Thȳnus
noun
a Thracian people

Thynus
Thȳnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Thyni

Thyone
Thyōnē
noun
the mother of the fifth Bacchus

Thyoneus
Thyōneus
noun
the son of Thyone

Thyonianus
Thyōniānus
noun
the son of Thyone

thyotes
thyōtēs
noun
a sacrificer

thyraeus
thyraeus
adjective
of or belonging to a door

Thyre
Thyrē
noun
a little town in the Peloponnesus

Thyreatis
Thyreātis
noun
adj. f

Thyreum
Thyreum
noun
a town in Acarnania

Thyriensis
Thyriensis
noun
the inhabitants of Thyreum

Thyrium
Thyrium
noun
a town in Acarnania

thyroma
thyrōma
noun
a door

Thyrsageta
Thyrsageta
noun
a people of Asiatic Sarmatia

Thyrsagetes
Thyrsagetēs
noun

thyrsiculus
thyrsiculus
noun
a little stalk

thyrsiger
thyrsiger
adjective
bearing the thyrsus

Thyrsis
Thyrsis
noun
the name of a shepherd

thyrsus
thyrsus
noun
a stalk

Thyssageta
Thyssageta
noun
a people of Asiatic Sarmatia

Thyssagetae
Thyssagetaē
adverb

tiara
tiāra
noun
the head-dress of the Orientals

tiaras
tiārās
noun
the head-dress of the Orientals

tiaratus
tiārātus
adjective
wearing a turban

Tibaranus
Tibarānus
noun
a people in Cili

Tibareni
Tibarēni
noun
a people of Asia

Tibereius
Tiberēius
adjective
of Tiberius

Tibereius
Tiberēius
adjective

Tiberianus
Tiberiānus
adjective

Tiberianus
Tiberiānus
adjective
of Tiberius

Tiberinis
Tiberīnis
noun
adj. f

Tiberinis
Tiberīnis
noun

Tiberinus
Tiberīnus
cross-reference

Tiberinus
Tiberīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Tiber

Tiberinus
Tiberīnus
noun
The Tiber

Tiberis
Tiberis
noun
The river Tiber

Tiberius
Tiberius
noun
a Roman praenomen

Tiberius
Tiberius
adjective
of or belonging to the emperor Tiberius

tibi
tibī
cross-reference

tibia
tībia
noun
the large shin-bone

tibiale
tībiāle
noun
a warm wrappage about the shins

tibialis
tībiālis
adjective
Of or belonging to the shin-bone or tibia

tibiarius
tībiārius
noun
a pipe-maker

tibicen
tībīcen
noun
a piper

tibicina
tībīcina
noun
a female fluteplayer

tibicinator
tībīcinātor
noun
a flute player

tibicinium
tībīcinium
noun
a playing upon the pipe or flute

tibicino
tībīcinō
verb
To play upon the pipe or flute

Tibigensis
Tibigensis
adjective
of or belonging to the town Tibiga

Tibilis
Tibilis
noun
a town in Numidia

Tibilitanus
Tibilitānus
adjective
of Tibilis

tibinus
tībinus
adjective
of or belonging to the pipe or flute

Tibricola
Tibricola
noun
a dweller by the Tiber

Tibrinus
Tībrīnus
adjective

Tibrinus
Tībrīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Tiber

Tibris
Tibris
cross-reference
the river-god Tiber

Tibris
Tibris
noun
The river Tiber

Tibris
Tibris
adjective

Tibullus
Tibullus
noun
a celebrated Roman elegiac poet

tibulus
tībulus
noun
a kind of pine-tree

Tibur
Tībur
noun
an ancient town of Latium on both sides of the Anio

Tiburnus
Tīburnus
noun
an inhabitant of Tibur

Tiburnus
Tīburnus
adjective
of Tibur

Tiburs
Tīburs
noun
the Tiburtine territory

Tiburs
Tīburs
adjective
of or belonging to Tibur

Tiburtinum
Tīburtīnum
noun
the Tiburtine villa

Tiburtinus
Tīburtīnus
adjective
of Tibur

Tiburtis
Tīburtis
noun
the inhabitants of Tibur

Tiburtus
Tīburtus
noun
the founder of the town of Tibur

Tichius
Tichiūs
noun
one of the summits of Mount Oeta

tichobates
tīchobatēs
noun
a wall-climber

Ticida
Ticida
noun
an obscene Latin poet

Ticidas
Ticidās
noun
an obscene Latin poet

Ticinensis
Tīcīnensis
adjective

Ticinensis
Tīcīnensis
adjective
Ticinian

Ticinum
Tīcīnum
noun
a city in

Ticinus
Tīcīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Ticinus

Ticinus
Tīcīnus
noun
the river Ticinus

Tifata
Tīfāta
cross-reference

Tifatinus
Tīfātīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Tifata

Tifatinus
Tīfātīnus
adjective

Tifatum
Tīfātum
noun
a mountain ridge north of Capua

Tifernum
Tifernum
noun
the name of three towns of Italy

Tifernus
Tifernus
noun
A mountain in Samnium

Tigellinus
Tigellīnus
noun

Tigellius
Tigellius
noun
the name of two musicians

Tigillinus
Tigillīnus
noun

tigillum
tigillum
noun
A small piece of wood

Tigillus
Tigillus
noun
an epithet of Jupiter

tignarius
tignārius
adjective
of or belonging to beams

tignum
tignum
noun
building-stuff

Tigranes
Tīgrānēs
noun
A king of Armenia

Tigranes
Tigrānēs
noun
A king of Armenia

Tigranocertum
Tīgrānocertum
noun
the capital city of Greater Armenia

Tigranocertum
Tigrānocertum
noun
the capital city of Greater Armenia

tigrifer
tigrifer
adjective
tiger-bearing

tigrifer
tīgrifer
adjective
tiger-bearing

tigrinus
tīgrīnus
adjective
tigerlike

tigrinus
tigrīnus
adjective
tigerlike

Tigris
Tīgris
noun
the river Tigris

Tigris
Tigris
noun
the river Tigris

tigris
tigris
noun
a tiger

tigris
tīgris
noun
a tiger

Tigurinus
Tigurīnus
noun
Its inhabitants are called

Tigurinus pagus
Tigurīnus pāgus
expression
a district in Helvetia

tilia
tilia
noun
the linden or lime-tree

tiliaceus
tiliāceus
adjective
of linden-wood

tiliagineus
tiliāgineus
adjective
of linden-wood

tiliaris
tiliāris
adjective
of linden-wood

Tillius
Tillius
noun
a senator and tribune

Timaeus
Tīmaeus
noun
A Greek historian of Sicily

Timagenes
Tīmāgenes
noun
a learned and plain-speaking rhetorician of the time of Augustus

Timanthes
Tīmanthes
noun
a celebrated Greek painter

Timarchides
Tīmarchidēs
noun
a sculptor

Timarchus
Tīmarchus
noun
a sculptor

Timarete
Tīmaretē
noun
a female painter

Timavos
Timāvos
noun
a river in Istria

Timavus
Timāvus
noun
a river in Istria

timefactus
timefactus
adjective
made afraid

timeo
timeō
verb
to fear

timescens
timescens
adjective
Part. inch

timide
timidē
adverb
fearfully

timiditas
timiditās
noun
fearfulness

timidule
timidulē
adverb
somewhat timidly

timidus
timidus
adjective
fearful

Timochares
Tīmocharēs
noun
a courtier of Pyrrhus

Timocrates
Tīmocratēs
noun
an Epicurean philosopher of the third century

Timoleon
Tīmoleon
noun
a Corinthian general

Timoleonteus
Tīmoleontēus
adjective
of or named from Timoleon

Timolus
Timōlus
cross-reference

Timolus
Timōlus
noun
a mountain of Lydia in which the Pactolus rises

Timomachus
Tīmomachus
noun
an eminent painter of Byzantium

Timon
Tīmon
noun
a celebrated misanthrope of Athens

timor
timor
noun
fear

timoratus
timōrātus
adjective
full of reverence towards God

timos
timos
noun
fear

Timotheus
Tīmotheus
noun
Son of Conon

tina
tīna
noun
a wine-vessel

tinca
tinca
noun
a small fish

tincta
tincta
cross-reference

tinctilis
tinctilis
adjective
in which something is dipped

tinctor
tinctor
noun
a dyer

tinctorius
tinctōrius
adjective
of or belonging to plunging in or dyeing

tinctum
tinctum
noun
dyed or colored stuffs

tinctura
tinctūra
noun
a dyeing

tinctus
tinctus
noun
a dipping into

tinctus
tinctus
adjective

Tindarus
Tindarus
noun
a Scythian tribe in Asiatic Sarmatia

tinea
tinea
noun
a gnawing worm

tineo
tineō
verb
to be infested by moths

tineola
tineola
noun
a little worm

tineosus
tineōsus
adjective
full of worms

Tinge
Tingē
noun
a town of Mauritania

tingens
tingens
adjective
a dyer

Tingi
Tingī
noun
a town of Mauritania

Tingitanus
Tingitānus
adjective
of or pertaining to Tingi

tingo
tingō
verb
to wet

tinguo
tinguō
verb
to wet

tiniaria
tiniāria
noun
a plant

tinio
tīniō
verb
to ring

tinnimentum
tinnīmentum
noun
a tingling

tinnio
tinniō
verb
to ring

tinnito
tinnitō
verb
to sing

tinnitus
tinnītus
noun
a ringing

tinnulus
tinnulus
adjective
ringing

tinnunculus
tinnunculus
noun
a kind of hawk

tintinnabulatus
tintinnābulātus
adjective
belled

tintinnabulum
tintinnābulum
noun
a bell

tintinnaculus
tintinnāculus
adjective
tinkling

tintinnio
tintinniō
verb

tintinnio
tintinniō
verb
to ring

tintinno
tintinnō
verb
to ring

tintinnum
tintinnum
noun
a jingling

tintino
tintinō
verb

tintino
tintinō
verb
to ring

tinus
tīnus
noun
a plant

tiphe
tiphē
noun
a kind of grain

tiphyon
tiphyon
noun
a kind of narcissus

Tiphys
Tīphys
noun
the pilot of the Argo

tippula
tippula
noun
an insect that

Tiresias
Tīresiās
noun
A celebrated blind soothsayer of Thebes

Tireus
Tireus
adjective
of or belonging to the emperor Tiberius

Tiridates
Tīridātēs
noun
the name of several kings of Armenia

tiro
tīrō
noun
a newly-levied soldier

Tiro
Tīrō
noun
a Roman proper name

tirocinium
tīrōcinium
noun
the first military service or first campaign of a young soldier

tironatus
tīrōnātus
noun
the state or condition of a recruit

Tironianus
Tīrōniānus
adjective

Tironianus
Tīrōniānus
adjective
of or belonging to Tiro

tiruncula
tīruncula
noun
a female beginner

tirunculus
tīrunculus
noun
a young beginner

Tiryns
Tīryns
noun
a very ancient town in Argolis

Tirynthia
Tīrynthia
noun
Alcmena

Tirynthius
Tīrynthius
adjective
Hercules

Tirynthius
Tīrynthius
adjective
of or belonging to Tiryns

Tirynthius
Tīrynthius
noun
the people of Tiryns

tis
tis
cross-reference

Tisaeum
Tīsaeum
noun
a mountain of Thessaly

Tisaeus
Tīsaeus
noun
a mountain of Thessaly

Tisagoras
Tīsagorās
noun
a brother of Miltiades

Tisamenus
Tīsamenus
noun
a son of Orestes

Tisanusa
Tisanūsa
noun
a town and harbor of Caria

Tisias
Tīsiās
noun
a Sicilian who wrote on oratory

Tisicrates
Tīsicrates
noun
a sculptor of Sicyon

Tisiphone
Tīsiphonē
noun
one of the Furies

Tisiphoneus
Tīsiphonēus
adjective
of or belonging to Tisiphone Tisiphonean

Tisse
Tissē
noun
a little town in Sicily

Tissensis
Tissensis
noun
the inhabitants of Tisse

Tissinenses
Tissinenses
noun
the inhabitants of Tisse

Titan
Tītan
noun
Son of Caelus and Vesta

Titanes
Tītānes
noun
Son of Caelus and Vesta

Titani
Tītānī
noun
Son of Caelus and Vesta

Titania
Tītānia
cross-reference
Latona

Titaniacus
Tītāniacus
adjective
of or belonging to Titan or the Titans

Titanis
Tītānis
noun
adj. f

Titanis
Tītānis
noun
Circe

Titanius
Tītānius
adjective
of or belonging to Titan or the Titans

Titanius
Tītānius
noun
the Sun-god

Titanomachia
Tītānomachia
noun
the battle with the Titans

Titanus
Tītānus
noun
Son of Caelus and Vesta

Titarisos
Titarīsos
noun
a river of Thessaly

Tithoes
Tithoēs
noun
an Egyptian king

Tithonaeus
Tīthōnaeus
adjective

Tithonia
Tīthōnia
adjective

Tithonis
Tīthōnis
noun
the wife of Tithonus

Tithonius
Tīthōnius
adjective
of or belonging to Tithonus

Tithonos
Tīthōnos
noun
son of Laomedon

Tithonus
Tīthōnus
noun
son of Laomedon

tithymalis
tithymalis
noun
sea-spurge

tithymalis
tithymalis
noun

tithymallus
tithymallus
noun
a plant with a milklike sap

tithymalus
tithymalus
noun
a plant with a milklike sap

Titia
Titia
noun
the name of a Roman

Titianus
Titiānus
adjective

Titianus
Titiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Titius

Titiensis
Titiensis
noun

Titiensis
Titiensis
adjective
of or belonging to king Titus Tatius

Titiensis
Titiensis
noun
one of the three Roman equestrian centuries

Tities
Tities
noun
one of the three Roman equestrian centuries

Tities
Tities
noun

titillamentum
tītillāmentum
noun
a tickling

titillatio
tītillātiō
noun
a tickling

titillatus
tītillātus
noun
a tickling

titillo
tītillō
verb
to tickle

titillus
tītillus
noun
a tickling

Titinius
Titinius
noun
a Roman comic poet of the ante-class. period

Titinnius
Titinnius
noun
a Roman comic poet of the ante-class. period

titio
titiō
noun
a burning brand

Titius
Titius
adjective
of or belonging to a Titius

Titius
Titius
noun
the name of a Roman

titivillitium
tītivillitium
noun
a very small trifle

titubanter
titubanter
adverb
loosely

titubantia
titubantia
noun
a staggering

titubatio
titubātiō
noun
a staggering

titubo
titubō
verb
to stagger

titulo
titulō
verb
to give a title to

titulus
titulus
noun
a superscription

Titurianus
Titūriānus
adjective

Titurianus
Titūriānus
adjective
of Titurius

Titurius
Titūrius
noun
a legate of Caesar in the Gallic war

Titurnius
Titurnius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

Titus
Titus
noun
a Roman praenomen

Tityos
Tityos
noun
a giant

Tityrus
Tītyrus
noun
the name of a shepherd in Virgil's Eclogues

Tityus
Tityus
noun
a river of Illyria

tius
tius
adjective
of or pertaining to a demand of restitution

Tlepolemus
Tlēpolemus
noun
a son of Hercules

Tmarius
Tmarius
adjective
of or belonging to Tmaros

Tmaros
Tmaros
noun
a mountain in Epirus

Tmarus
Tmarus
noun
a mountain in Epirus

tmesis
tmēsis
noun
the separation of a word

Tmolites
Tmōlītēs
adjective
of Tmolus

Tmolius
Tmōlius
noun
Mount Tmolus

Tmolius
Tmōlius
adjective
of or belonging to Tmolus

Tmolus
Tmōlus
noun
a mountain of Lydia in which the Pactolus rises

toculio
toculiō
noun
a usurer

tocullio
toculliō
noun
a usurer

todus
todus
noun

toecharchus
toecharchus
noun
the commander of the rowers

tofaceius
tōfāceius
adjective
of tufa

tofaceus
tōfāceus
adjective
of tufa

toficius
tōficius
adjective
like tufa

tofinus
tōfīnus
adjective
of tufa

tofosus
tōfōsus
adjective
like tufa

tofus
tōfus
noun
tufa or tuff

toga
toga
noun
a covering

togata
togāta
noun
a species of the Roman drama which treated of Roman subjects

togatarius
togātārius
noun
an actor in the

togatulus
togātulus
noun
a man of humble station

togatus
togātus
adjective
wearing the toga

togula
togula
noun
a little toga

tol
tol
noun
a wen on the neck

tolerabilis
tolerābilis
adjective
that may be borne

tolerabiliter
tolerābiliter
adverb
Bearably

tolerans
tolerans
adjective
bearing

toleranter
toleranter
adverb
Patiently

tolerantia
tolerantia
noun
a bearing

toleratio
tolerātiō
noun
a bearing

tolerator
tolerātor
noun
one who endures

toleratus
tolerātus
adjective
supportable

tolero
tolerō
verb
to bear

toleror
toleror
verb
to bear

Toletanus
Tolētānus
adjective
of Toletum

Toletanus
Tolētānus
noun
the inhabitants of Toletum

Toletum
Tolētum
noun
a town of Spain

Tolistobogius
Tolistobogius
noun
a people of Galatia

toll
toll
noun
a wen on the neck

tolleno
tollēnō
noun
a swing-beam

tollo
tollō
verb
to lift or take up

Tolosa
Tolōsa
noun
a city in

Tolosanus
Tolōsānus
noun
the inhabitants of Tolosa

Tolosanus
Tolōsānus
adjective
of or belonging to Tolosa

Tolosas
Tolōsas
adjective
of Tolosa

Tolosats
Tolōsāts
noun
the inhabitants of Tolosa

Tolosensis
Tolōsensis
adjective
of Tolosa

Tolostobogii
Tolostobogiī
adverb

Tolostobogius
Tolostobogius
noun
a people of Galatia

Tolumnius
Tolumnius
noun
A king of the Veientes

tolutaris
tolūtāris
adjective

tolutaris
tolūtāris
adjective

tolutarius
tolūtārius
adjective
going on a trot

tolutilis
tolūtilis
adjective
going on a trot

tolutiloquentia
tolūtiloquentia
noun
a talking on a trot

tolutim
tolūtim
adverb
on a trot

tomacina
tomācina
noun
a kind of sausage

tomaclum
tomāclum
noun
a kind of sausage

tomaculum
tomāculum
noun
a kind of sausage

Tomarus
Tomarus
cross-reference

Tomarus
Tomarus
adjective
of or belonging to Tmaros

tome
tomē
noun
a cut

tomentum
tōmentum
noun
a stuffing

tomex
tōmex
noun
a cord

tomex
tōmex
noun

Tomis
Tomis
noun
a town of Maesia

Tomita
Tomīta
noun
the inhabitants of Tomis

Tomitanus
Tomītānus
adjective
of or belonging to Tomis

tomix
tōmix
noun
a cord

Tomo
Tomō
noun
the inhabitants of Tomis

Tomoe
Tomoe
noun

tomus
tomus
noun
a cut

Tomus
Tomus
noun
a town of Maesia

Tomyris
Tomyris
noun
a Scythian queen

tonans
tonans
adjective

Tonans
Tonans
adjective
the thunderer

tondeo
tondeō
verb
to shear

tonesco
tonescō
verb
to resound

tongere
tongēre
cross-reference

tongitio
tongitiō
noun

tonitralis
tonitrālis
adjective

tonitru
tonītru
adjective

tonitru
tonitru
adjective

tonitrualis
tonitruālis
adjective
thundering

tonitruo
tonitruō
verb
to thunder

tonitruo
tonītruō
verb
to thunder

tonitrus
tonitrus
noun
thunder

tonitrus
tonītrus
noun
thunder

tonitruum
tonitruum
noun
thunder

tonitruum
tonītruum
noun
thunder

tono
tonō
verb
to thunder

tonor
tonor
noun

tonsa
tonsa
noun
an oar

tonsicula
tonsicula
noun
the name of a small fish

tonsilis
tonsilis
adjective
that may be shorn

tonsilla
tonsilla
noun
A sharppointed pole which was stuck in the ground to fasten vessels to the shore

tonsilla
tonsilla
noun
the tonsils

tonsio
tonsiō
noun
a shearing

tonsito
tonsitō
verb
to shear

tonsor
tonsor
noun
A shearer

tonsorius
tonsōrius
adjective
of or belonging to shearing or shaving

tonsrix
tonsrix
noun
a female hair-cutter or barber

tonstricula
tonstrīcula
noun
a little female hair-cutter or barber

tonstrina
tonstrīna
noun
a barber's shop

tonstrineinum
tonstrīneinum
noun
the act or calling of a barber

tonstrinum
tonstrīnum
noun
the act or calling of a barber

tonstrix
tonstrix
noun
a female hair-cutter or barber

tonsura
tonsūra
noun
a shearing

tonsus
tonsus
adjective

tonsus
tonsus
noun
the cut or mode of dressing the hair

tonus
tonus
noun
The stretching

toparcha
toparcha
noun
the governor of a territory or district

toparchia
toparchia
noun
a territory

topaziacus
topāziacus
adjective
of or belonging to topaz

Topazion
Topazion
noun
a precious stone

topazius
topazius
noun
a precious stone

Topazon
Topazōn
noun
a precious stone

topazos
topazos
noun
a precious stone

topazus
topazus
noun
a precious stone

tophus
tōphus
noun
tufa or tuff

tophus
tōphus
noun

topiaria
topiāria
noun
ornamental or fancy gardening

topiarium
topiārium
noun
fancy gardening

topiarius
topiārius
noun
an ornamental gardener

topiarius
topiārius
adjective
of or belonging to ornamental gardening or gardening

topias ficus
topias fīcus
expression
a particular species of fig-tree

topice
topicē
noun
the art of finding topics

Topicum
Topicum
noun
the title of a work of Aristotle

topium
topium
noun
Landscape painting

topos
topos
noun
a place

topper
topper
adverb
with all diligence

toral
toral
noun
a valance

torali
torālī
noun
a valance

Toranius
Tōranius
noun
a slavedealer at the time of the second Triumvirate

toraria
torāria
noun
a female waiter

torcular
torcular
noun
A press

torcularium
torculārium
noun
a press

torcularius
torculārius
adjective
of or belonging to a press

torcularius
torculārius
noun
a presser

torculo
torculō
verb
to press

torculum
torculum
noun

torculum
torculum
noun
a press

torculus
torculus
adjective
of or belonging to a press

tordylion
tordylion
noun
the seed of the plant

tordylon
tordylon
noun
the seed of the plant

tores
torēs
noun
a chain

toreuma
toreuma
noun
work executed in relief

toreuta
toreuta
noun
one who makes embossed work

toreutice
toreuticē
noun
the art of making embossed work

Torinus
Torinus
noun
a people of Scythia

tormentum
tormentum
noun
An engine for hurling missiles

tormentuosus
tormentuōsus
adjective
full of pain or torment

torminalis
torminālis
adjective
of or belonging to the gripes

tormine
tormine
noun
a griping of the bowels

tormines
tormines
noun
a griping of the bowels

torminosus
torminōsus
adjective
subject to the gripes or colic

tornatilis
tornātilis
adjective
turned in a lathe

tornator
tornātor
noun
a turner

tornatura
tornātūra
noun
turning

torno
tornō
verb
to turn

tornus
tornus
noun
a turner's wheel

Toronaei
Torōnaeī
noun
the inhabitants of Torone

Toronaeus
Torōnaeus
adjective
adj. of or belenging to Torone

Toronaicus
Torōnaicus
cross-reference
of Torone

Torone
Torōnē
noun
a town of Chalcidice in Macedonia

torosulus
torōsulus
adjective
muscular

torosus
torōsus
adjective
full of muscle

torpedo
torpēdō
noun
stiffness

torpefacio
torpefacio
verb
to benumb

torpeo
torpeō
verb
to be stiff

torpesco
torpescō
verb
to grow stiff or numb

torpidus
torpidus
adjective
benumbed

torpor
torpor
noun
numbness

torporo
torpōrō
verb
to stiffen

Torquatianus
Torquātiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Torquatus

Torquatianus
Torquātiānus
adjective

Torquatus
Torquātus
noun
the surname of T. Manlius

torquatus
torquātus
adjective
adorned with a neck-chain or collar

torqueo
torqueō
verb
to turn

torques
torques
noun
a twisted neck-chain

torquis
torquis
noun
a twisted neck-chain

torrefacio
torrefaciō
verb
to make dry by heat

torrens
torrens
noun
a torrent

torrens
torrens
adjective
burning

torrenter
torrenter
adverb

torreo
torreō
verb
to dry

torres
torrēs
noun
a brand

torresco
torrescō
verb
to become parched or burned

torrido
torridō
verb
to scorch

torridus
torridus
adjective
dry

torris
torris
noun
a brand

torror
torror
noun
a drying up

torrus
torrus
noun
a brand

torsio
torsiō
noun
a wringing or griping

torta
torta
noun

torta
torta
noun
a twisted loaf

torte
tortē
adverb

torticordiis
torticordiis
noun
perverse in heart

tortilis
tortilis
adjective
twisted

tortio
tortiō
noun
torment

tortivus
tortīvus
adjective
pressed out

torto
tortō
verb
to torture

tortor
tortor
noun
an executioner

Tortor
Tortor
noun
an epithet of Apollo

tortula
tortula
noun
a small twist

tortum
tortum
noun
a cord

tortuose
tortuōsē
adverb
crookedly

tortuositas
tortuōsitās
noun
crookedness

tortuosus
tortuōsus
adjective
Full of crooks or turns

tortura
tortūra
noun
A twisting

tortus
tortus
adjective

tortus
tortus
noun
a twisting

tortus
tortus
adjective
twisted

torulus
torulus
noun
A tuft

torum
torum
noun
a round

torus
torus
noun
a round

torva
torva
adverb
fiercely

torvidus
torvidus
adjective
wild

torvitas
torvitās
noun
wildness

torviter
torviter
adverb
sharply

torvum
torvum
adverb
fiercely

torvus
torvus
adjective
staring

tosilla
tosilla
noun
the tonsils

tosilla
tosilla
noun
A sharppointed pole which was stuck in the ground to fasten vessels to the shore

tosilla
tosilla
noun

tostus
tostus
adjective

tot
tot
adjective
so many

totidem
totidem
adjective
just so many

totiens
totiens
adverb
so often

toties
toties
adverb
so often

totietas
tōtietās
noun
the whole

totjugis
totjugis
adjective
so many

totjugus
totjugus
adjective
so many

totus
tōtus
adjective
all

totus
totus
adjective
so great a

toxico
toxicō
verb
to smear or anoint with poison

toxicon
toxicon
noun
a kind of

toxicum
toxicum
noun
a poison in which arrows were dipped

trabalis
trabālis
adjective
of or belonging to beams

trabaria
trabāria
noun
a small vessel made of the trunk of a tree

Trabea
Trabea
noun
an ancient Roman comic poet

trabea
trabea
noun
a robe of state

trabealis
trabeālis
adjective
of or belonging to the

trabeata
trabeāta
noun
a kind of drama

trabeatus
trabeātus
adjective
dressed in or wearing a

trabecula
trabecula
noun
a little beam

trabes
trabēs
noun

trabes
trabēs
noun
a beam

trabica
trabica
noun
a vessel made of beams fastened together

trabicula
trabicula
noun
a little beam

trabs
trabs
noun
a beam

Trachala
Trachāla
noun
Bullnecked

Trachallalus
Trachallālus
noun
an orator contemporary with Quintilian

Trachallus
Trachallus
noun
an orator contemporary with Quintilian

Trachas
Trāchas
adjective
the town usually called

trachia
trāchīa
noun
the windpipe

Trachin
Trāchīn
noun
a town of Thessaly

Trachinia
Trāchīnia
noun
The Trachinian Women

Trachinius
Trāchīnius
adjective
of or belonging to Trachin

Trachyn
Trāchȳn
noun
a town of Thessaly

tracta
tracta
noun

tracta
tracta
noun

tractabilis
tractābilis
adjective
that may be touched

tractabilitas
tractābilitās
noun
fitness for being handled or wrought

tractabiliter
tractābiliter
adverb
without opposition

tractatio
tractātiō
noun
a handling

tractator
tractātor
noun
A slave among the Romans

tractatorium
tractātōrium
noun
a place where deliberations were held

tractatrix
tractātrix
noun
a female shampooer

tractatus
tractātus
noun
a touching

Tracticius
Tractīcius
noun
The Dragged

tractim
tractim
adverb
by drawing along

Tractitius
Tractītius
adjective

Tractius
Tractius
noun
The Dragged

tracto
tractō
verb
To draw violently

tractogalatus
tractogalātus
adjective
made of or cooked with pastry and milk

tractomelitus
tractomelitus
adjective
cooked with pastry and honey

tractoria
tractōria
noun
an imperial letter containing an order to provide a person with necessaries on his journey

tractoria
tractōria
noun
a letter of invitation or summons

tractorius
tractōrius
adjective
Of or for drawing or hoisting

tractum
tractum
noun

tractum
tractum
noun
any thing drawn out at length

tractuosus
tractuōsus
adjective
that draws to itself

tractus
tractus
adjective
proceeding continuously

tractus
tractus
noun
a drawing

tractus
tractus
adjective

traditio
trāditiō
noun
a giving up

traditor
trāditor
noun
A betrayer

traditus
trāditus
adjective

traditus
trāditus
noun
a tradition

trado
trādō
verb
to give up

traducianus
trādūciānus
noun

traduco
trādūcō
verb
to lead

traductio
trāductiō
noun
a leading along

traductor
trāductor
noun
the conveyer

traductus
trāductus
adjective

traductus
trāductus
noun
a passage

tradux
trādux
noun
a vine-branch

tragacantha
tragacantha
noun
goat

tragacanthum
tragacanthum
noun
gum-tragacanth

traganthes
traganthes
noun
a species of the plant

traganus
traganus
noun
a sucking-pig dressed in a particular way

Tragasaeus
Tragasaeus
adjective
of or belonging to the town Tragasa in Troas

tragelaphus
tragelaphus
noun
a kind of stag with a beard like a goat

tragemate
tragēmate
noun
dessert

tragematium
tragēmatium
noun
sweetmeats

tragice
tragicē
adverb
in a tragic manner

tragicocomoedia
tragicocōmoedia
noun
a drama composed of a mixture of tragedy and comedy

tragicus
tragicus
noun
a tragic poet

tragicus
tragicus
adjective
of or belonging to tragedy

tragion
tragion
noun
goatwort

tragoedia
tragoedia
noun
a tragedy

tragoediographus
tragoediographus
noun
a writer of tragedies

tragoediographus
tragoediōgraphus
noun
a writer of tragedies

tragoedus
tragoedus
noun
A tragic actor

tragonis
tragonis
cross-reference

tragonis
tragonis
noun

tragopan
tragopān
noun
a fabulous bird

tragopogon
tragopōgōn
noun
a plant

tragoriganum
tragorīganum
noun
a plant

tragoriganus
tragorīganus
noun

tragos
trāgos
cross-reference

tragos
tragos
noun
A kind of thorny plant

tragos
trāgos
noun

tragula
trāgula
noun
A kind of javelin or dart

tragularius
trāgulārius
noun
a soldier who placed and levelled the

tragum
trāgum
noun
a kind of pap or porridge

Tragurium
Tragurium
noun
a town in Dalmatia

tragus
tragus
noun
The goatlike smell of the armpits

traha
traha
noun
a drag

traharius
trahārius
noun
one who draws a

trahax
trahax
adjective
that draws every thing to himself

trahea
trahea
noun
a drag

trahea
trahea
noun

traho
trahō
verb
to draw

traicio
trāiciō
verb
to throw across

Trajanus
Trājānus
adjective
of or belonging to Trajan

Trajanus
Trājānus
noun
Trajan

trajecticius
trājectīcius
adjective
that is carried over sea

trajectio
trājectiō
noun
a crossing over

trajectitius
trājectītius
adjective

trajectius
trājectius
adjective
that is carried over sea

trajecto
trājectō
verb
to pierce through

trajector
trājector
noun
that pierces through

trajectorium
trājectōrium
noun
a funnel

trajectura
trājectūra
noun
a projecting over

trajectus
trājectus
noun
a crossing or passing over

trajectus
trājectus
adjective

trajicio
trājiciō
verb
to throw across

tralaticius
trālātīcius
adjective
handed down

tralaticius
trālātīcius
adjective

tralatio
trālātiō
noun
a carrying or removing from one place to another

tralatius
trālātius
adjective

tralatus
trālātus
noun
a carrying along

Trallianus
Tralliānus
adjective
of or belonging to Tralles

Trallianus
Tralliānus
noun
the inhabitants of Tralles

Trallis
Trallis
adjective
of or belonging to Tralles

Tralls
Tralls
noun
a people of Illyria

Tralls
Tralls
noun
a town in Lydia

Trallus
Trallus
noun

traloquor
trāloquor
verb
to talk over

traluceo
trālūceō
verb
To shine across

traluceo
trālūceō
verb

tralucidus
trālūcidus
adjective
clear

trama
trāma
noun
the woof

trameo
trāmeō
verb

trameo
trāmeō
verb
to go over or across

trames
trāmes
noun
a cross - way

tramigro
trāmīgrō
verb

tramigro
trāmigrō
verb

tramitto
trāmittō
verb
To send

tramitto
trāmittō
verb

tranato
trānatō
verb
to swim over

tranato
trānatō
verb

Tranio
Trāniō
noun
the name of a man

trano
trānō
verb
to swim over or across

tranquille
tranquillē
adverb
calmly

tranquillitas
tranquillitās
noun
quietness

tranquillo
tranquillō
verb
to make calm or still

tranquillo
tranquillō
adverb
quietly

tranquillum
tranquillum
noun
a calm

tranquillum
tranquillum
noun
calmness

tranquillus
tranquillus
adjective
quiet

trans
trans
preposition
across

transabeo
transabeō
verb
to go beyond

transactio
transactiō
noun
A completing

transactor
transactor
noun
a manager

transactum
transactum
noun
a completed business

transactus
transactus
adjective
completed

transactus
transactus
adjective

transadactus
transadactus
adjective

transadigo
transadigō
verb
to thrust through

Transalpibus
Transalpibus
adverb
from beyond the Alps

Transalpinus
Transalpīnus
noun
nations beyond the Alps

Transalpinus
Transalpīnus
adjective
that is or lies beyond the Alps

transaustrinus
transaustrīnus
adjective
southern

Transbeneventanus
Transbeneventānus
adjective
lying beyond Beneventum

transbibo
transbibō
verb
to drink down

transcendentia
transcendentia
noun
a transcending

transcendo
transcendō
verb
to climb

transcensus
transcensus
adjective

transcensus
transcensus
noun
a climbing over

transcido
transcidō
verb
to cut through

transcido
transcīdō
verb
to cut through

transcribo
transcrībō
verb
to write over

transcripticius
transcriptīcius
adjective
of or belonging to a transfer or assignment

transcriptio
transcriptiō
noun
a transfer

transcriptius
transcriptius
adjective
of or belonging to a transfer or assignment

transcriptus
transcriptus
adjective

transcurro
transcurrō
verb
To run over or across

transcursim
transcursim
adverb
cursorily

transcursio
transcursiō
noun
a passing over

transcursorius
transcursōrius
adjective
cursory

transcursus
transcursus
adjective

transcursus
transcursus
noun
a running

Transdanubianus
Transdānubiānus
noun
the nations beyond the Danube

Transdanubianus
Transdānubiānus
adjective
situated beyond the Danube

Transdanuvianus
Transdānuviānus
adjective
situated beyond the Danube

transditus
transditus
adjective

transdo
transdō
verb
to give up

transdo
transdō
verb

transduco
transdūcō
verb

transenna
transenna
noun
a noose

transeo
transeō
verb
to go over or across

transero
transerō
verb
To pass or thrust through

transertus
transertus
adjective

transeunter
transeunter
adverb
in passing

transfero
transferō
verb
to bear across

transfigo
transfīgō
verb
To thrust or pierce through

transfigurabilis
transfigūrābilis
adjective
transformable

transfiguratio
transfigūrātiō
noun
a change of shape

transfigurator
transfigūrātor
noun
a transformer

transfiguro
transfigūrō
verb
to change in shape

transfixus
transfixus
adjective

transfluo
transfluō
verb
to flow or run through

transfluvialis
transfluviālis
adjective
born or coming from beyond the river

transfodio
transfodiō
verb
to thrust or run through

transforatio
transforātiō
noun
a boring through

transformatio
transformātiō
noun
a change of shape

transformis
transformis
adjective
changed in shape

transformo
transformō
verb
to change in shape

transforo
transforō
verb
to pierce through

transfossus
transfossus
adjective

transfretanus
transfretānus
adjective
that is beyond the sea

transfretatio
transfretātiō
noun
a passing over a strait or narrow sea

transfreto
transfretō
verb
to cross a strait

transfuga
transfuga
noun
one who runs over to the enemy

transfugio
transfugiō
verb
to flee over to the other side

transfugium
transfugium
noun
a going over to the enemy

transfulgeo
transfulgeō
verb
to shine or glitter through

transfumo
transfūmō
verb
to smoke through

transfunctorius
transfunctōrius
adjective
carelessly or superficially performed

transfundo
transfundō
verb
to pour out

transfusio
transfūsiō
noun
a pouring out

transfusus
transfūsus
adjective

transglutio
transglūtiō
verb
to swallow down

transgredior
transgredior
verb
to step across

transgressibilis
transgressibilis
adjective
that can be transgressed

transgressio
transgressiō
noun
a going across

transgressivus
transgressīvus
adjective
that goes or passes over into another class

transgressor
transgressor
noun
an infringer

transgressus
transgressus
noun
a passing over

transgressus
transgressus
adjective
to pass over

transgressus
transgressus
adjective

transicio
transiciō
verb
to throw across

transigo
transigō
verb
To drive through

transilio
transiliō
verb
to leap

transilis
transilis
adjective
that leaps or goes across

transilitio
transilītiō
noun
a leaping over

transilitor
transilītor
noun
one who leaps over

transitans
transitans
adjective
going or passing through

transitio
transitiō
noun
a going across or over

transitivus
transitīvus
adjective
passing over

transitor
transitor
noun
one who goes over

transitorie
transitōriē
adverb
in passing

transitorius
transitōrius
adjective
adapted for passing through

transitus
transitus
adjective

transitus
transitus
noun
a going over

transjacio
transjaciō
verb

transjectio, transjectus, transjicio
transjectio, transjectus, transjiciō
expression

transjectus
transjectus
noun
a crossing or passing over

transjicio
transjiciō
verb
to throw across

transjugatus
transjugātus
adjective
passed through

transjuneo
transjuneō
verb
to harness differently

translapsus
translapsus
adjective
gliding past

translaticie
translātīciē
adverb
slightly

translaticius
translātīcius
adjective
handed down

translatio
translātiō
noun
a carrying or removing from one place to another

translatitie
translātītiē
adverb

translatitius
translātītius
cross-reference

translatius
translātius
adjective
handed down

translative
translātīvē
adverb
in transferred meaning

translativus
translātīvus
adjective
of or belonging to transference

translator
translātor
noun
one who carries or hands over

translatus
translātus
noun
a carrying along

translatus
translātus
adjective

translego
translēgō
verb
to bequeath

translego
translegō
verb
to read through

translimitanus
translīmitānus
adjective
from beyond the frontier

transloquor
transloquor
verb
to talk over

transluceo
translūceō
verb
To shine across

translucidus
translūcidus
adjective
clear

transmarinus
transmarīnus
adjective
beyond sea

transmeabilis
transmeābilis
adjective
that may be passed through

transmeatorius
transmeātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to passing through

transmeo
transmeō
verb
to go over or across

transmigratio
transmigrātiō
noun
a removing

transmigratio
transmīgrātiō
noun
a removing

transmigro
transmigrō
verb
to remove

transmigro
transmīgrō
verb
to remove

transmissio
transmissiō
noun
a sending across

transmissus
transmissus
adjective

transmissus
transmissus
noun
A giving or handing over

transmitto
transmittō
verb
To send

transmontanus
transmontānus
noun
adj. m

transmotio
transmōtiō
noun
a transposition

transmoveo
transmoveō
verb
to remove

transmutatio
transmūtātiō
noun
a changing

transmuto
transmūtō
verb
to change

transnato
transnatō
verb
to swim over

transnavigo
transnāvigō
verb
to sail across or over

transno
transnō
verb
to swim over or across

transno
transnō
verb

transnominatio
transnōminātiō
noun
metonymy

transnomino
transnōminō
verb
to name over again

transnumero
transnumerō
verb
to count over

Transpadanus
Transpadānus
noun
the nations beyond the Po

Transpadanus
Transpadānus
adjective
that is beyond the Po

transpectus
transpectus
noun
a looking or seeing through

transpertusus
transpertūsus
adjective
pierced through

transpicio
transpiciō
verb
to look or see through

transplanto
transplantō
verb
to transplant

transpono
transpōnō
verb
to place or set over or across

transportatio
transportātiō
noun
a removing

transporto
transportō
verb
to carry over or across

transpositiva
transpositīva
noun
transposition

transpositus
transpositus
adjective

transpungo
transpungō
verb
to prick or pierce through

Transrhenanus
Transrhēnānus
noun
those living beyond the Rhine

Transrhenanus
Transrhēnānus
adjective
that is beyond the Rhine

transscendo
transscendō
verb

transscendo
transscendo
verb

transscendo
transscendō
verb
to climb

transscido
transscīdō
verb

transscribo
transscrībō
verb

transscribo
transscrībō
verb
to write over

transseeo
transseeō
verb

transsero
transserō
verb
To pass or thrust through

transsilio
transsiliō
verb

transsilio
transsiliō
verb
to leap

transspectus
transspectus
noun

transspicio
transspiciō
verb

transspicio
transspiciō
verb
to look or see through

transsulto
transsultō
verb
to leap over or across

transsulto
transsultō
verb

transsumo
transsūmō
verb

transsumo
transsūmo
verb

transsumo
transsūmō
verb
to take

transsuo
transsuō
verb

transsuo
transsuō
verb
to sew or stitch through

Transthebaitanus
Transthēbaītānus
adjective
that is beyond Thebais

Transtiberinus
Transtiberīnus
adjective
that is beyond the Tiber

Transtiberinus
Transtiberīnus
noun
those dwelling beyond the Tiber

Transtigritanus
Transtigrītānus
adjective
that is beyond the Tigris

Transtigritanus
Transtīgrītānus
adjective
that is beyond the Tigris

transtillum
transtillum
noun
a little cross-beam

transtineo
transtineō
verb
to go through

transtrum
transtrum
noun
a crossbeam

transulto
transultō
verb
to leap over or across

transumo
transūmō
verb
to take

transumptio
transumptiō
noun
a taking or assuming of one thing for another

transumptivus
transumptīvus
adjective
transumptive

transuo
transuō
verb
to sew or stitch through

transutus
transūtus
adjective

transvado
transvadō
verb
to cross over

transvarico
transvaricō
verb
to stretch the feet apart

transvectio
transvectiō
noun
a passing over or across

transvectus
transvectus
adjective

transveho
transvehō
verb
to carry

transvena
transvena
noun
one who comes over

transvendo
transvendō
verb
to dispose of by sale

transvenio
transveniō
verb
to come

transverbero
transverberō
verb
to strike or beat through

transversarium
transversārium
noun
cross-beams

transversarius
transversārius
adjective
lying across

transverse
transversē
adverb
crosswise

transversim
transversim
adverb
transversely

transversum
transversum
noun
a cross direction or position

transversum
transversum
noun
prepp. adv

transversus
transversus
adjective
turned across

transversus
transversus
adjective

transverto
transvertō
verb
to turn or direct across or athwart

transvolito
transvolitō
verb
to fly through

transvolo
transvolō
verb
to fly over or across

transvolvo
transvolvō
verb
to roll past or by

transvoratio
transvorātiō
noun
a gulping or swallowing down

transvoro
transvorō
verb
to gulp down

transvorse
transvorsē
adverb
crosswise

transvorsus
transvorsus
adjective

transvorsus
transvorsus
adjective
turned across

transvorsus
transvorsus
cross-reference

trapetis
trapētis
noun

trapetum
trapētum
noun

trapetus
trapētus
noun
an olivemill

trapezita
trapēzīta
noun
a money - changer

trapezophoron
trapēzophoron
noun
a pedestal or statue supporting a table

Trapezus
Trapēzūs
noun
a city in Pontus

trasenna
trāsenna
noun
a noose

Trasimenicus
Trasimēnicus
adjective
of or belonging to Trasimenus

Trasimenus
Trasimēnus
cross-reference
a lake in Etruria

Trasumenus
Trasumēnus
cross-reference
a lake in Etruria

Trasymenus
Trasymēnus
cross-reference
a lake in Etruria

traumaticum
traumaticum
noun
a remedy for a wound

traumaticus
traumaticus
adjective
adapted to the healing of wounds

Trausius
Trausius
noun
the name of a man

travectio
trāvectiō
noun
a passing over or across

travectio
trāvectio
verb

traveho
trāvehō
verb

traveho
trāvehō
verb
to carry

traversus
trāversus
adjective

traversus
trāversus
adjective

traversus
trāversus
adjective
turned across

travio
trāviō
verb

travolo
trāvolō
verb

travolo
trāvolō
verb
to fly over or across

trebaciter
trebāciter
adverb
cunningly

Trebatius
Trebātius
noun
a lawyer

trebax
trebax
adjective
practised

Trebellianus
Trebelliānus
adjective
of or belonging to the consul Trebellius

Trebellicus
Trebellicus
adjective
of or belonging to a Trebellius

Trebellius
Trebellius
noun
the name of a Roman gens. Esp.

Trebia
Trebia
noun
a village in Umbria

Trebia
Trebia
noun
a river in Upper Italy

Trebianus
Trebiānus
noun
the inhabitants of Trebia

Trebianus
Trebiānus
adjective
of or belonging to Trebia

Trebiatis
Trebiātis
noun
the inhabitants of Trebia

Trebius
Trebius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Trebonius
Trebōnius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Trebula
Trēbula
noun
the name of three Italian towns

Trebulani Metusci
Trēbulāni Metuscī
expression

Trebulanum
Trēbulānum
noun
an estate near Trebula

Trebulanus
Trēbulānus
noun
the inhabitants of Trebula

Trebulanus
Trēbulānus
adjective

Trebulanus
Trēbulānus
adjective
of or belonging to Trebula

trecenarius
trecēnārius
cross-reference
Of or belonging to three hundred

treceni
trecēnī
adjective
three hundred each

trecenteni
trecentēnī
adjective
three hundred each

trecentesimus
trecentēsimus
adjective
the three-hundredth

trecenti
trecenti
adjective
three hundred

trecenties
trecenties
adverb
three hundred times

trechedipnum
trechedīpnum
noun
a light garment worn at table by parasites

tredecies
tredecies
noun

tredecim
tredecim
adjective
thirteen

treis
treis
cross-reference

tremebundus
tremebundus
adjective
trembling

tremefacio
tremefaciō
verb
to cause to shake

tremefactio
tremefactiō
noun
trembling

tremendus
tremendus
adjective

tremendus
tremendus
adjective
P a

trementer
trementer
adverb
with trembling

tremesco
tremescō
verb
a. inch

tremibundus
tremibundus
adjective
trembling

tremipes
tremipēs
adjective
trembling-footed

tremis
trēmis
noun
a coin

tremisco
tremiscō
verb
a. inch

tremo
tremō
verb
to shake

tremor
tremor
noun
a shaking

tremule
tremulē
adverb
tremblingly

tremulus
tremulus
adjective
shaking

trepidanter
trepidanter
adverb
tremblingly

trepidatio
trepidātiō
noun
a state of confused hurry or alarm

trepide
trepidē
adverb
hastily

trepidiarius
trepidiārius
adjective
restless

trepido
trepidō
verb
to hurry with alarm

trepidulus
trepidulus
adjective
trembling

trepidus
trepidus
adjective
restless

trepit
trepit
cross-reference

trepondo
trepondō
cross-reference
three pounds

tres
trēs
adjective
Three

tresdecim
tresdecim
adjective
thirteen

tressis
tressis
noun
Three asses

tresvir
tresvir
noun
three men holding an office together or associated in public business

tresvir
tresvir
noun
three men holding an office together

Trevericus
Trēvericus
adjective
of or belonging to the Treveri

Treverus
Trēverus
noun
A people in

Trevir
Trēvir
cross-reference
one of the Treviri

Trevirus
Trēvirus
noun
A people in

triacontas
triācontās
noun
the number thirty

triangularis
triangulāris
adjective
of or belonging to a triangle

triangulum
triangulum
noun
a triangle

triangulus
triangulus
noun
a triangle

triangulus
triangulus
adjective
having three corners or angles

Triarius
Triārius
noun
a surname in the gens Valeria

triarius
triārius
noun
a class of Roman soldiers who formed the third rank from the front

trias
trias
noun
the number three

triatrus
triātrus
cross-reference
a feast-day among the Tusculans

tribacca
tribacca
noun
an ear-drop consisting of three pearls

Triballus
Triballus
noun
a people of Lower Maesia

tribas
tribas
noun
a woman who practises lewdness with women

Triboccus
Triboccus
noun
a German people on the left shore of the Rhine

Tribocus
Tribocus
noun
a German people on the left shore of the Rhine

tribolus
tribolus
noun
an instrument resting on three of its iron prongs

tribon
tribōn
noun
a threadbare cloak

Tribonianus
Tribōniānus
noun
a celebrated jurist in the time of the emperor Justinian

tribrachys
tribrachys
noun
a poetical foot consisting of three short syllables

tribrevis
tribrevis
noun

tribuarius
tribuārius
adjective
of or belonging to a tribe or tribes

tribula
trībula
noun

tribula
trībula
noun

tribulatio
trībulātiō
noun
distress

tribulatus
trībulātus
adjective
pointed

tribulis
tribūlis
noun
one of the same tribe

tribulo
trībulō
verb
to press

tribulosus
trībulōsus
adjective
full of thorns or thistles

tribulum
trībulum
noun
a threshing-sledge

tribulus
tribulus
noun
an instrument resting on three of its iron prongs

tribunal
tribūnal
noun
A raised semicircular or square platform

tribunale
tribūnāle
noun
A raised semicircular or square platform

tribunatus
tribūnātus
noun
the office and dignity of a tribune

tribunicius
tribūnīcius
noun
one that has been a tribune

tribunicius
tribūnīcius
adjective
of or belonging to a tribune

tribuniciutius
tribūnīciutius
adjective
of or belonging to a tribune

tribunus
tribūnus
noun
a chieftain

tribuo
tribuō
verb
to assign

tribus
tribus
noun
a division of the people

Tributanus
Tributanus
noun
a gladiator famous for his bodily strength

tributarius
tribūtārius
adjective
of or belonging to tribute

tributim
tribūtim
adverb
through each tribe

tributio
tribūtiō
noun
A dividing

tributor
tribūtor
noun
a giver

tributorius
tribūtōrius
adjective
of or concerning payment

tributum
tribūtum
noun
a stated payment

tributus
tribūtus
adjective
formed or arranged into tribes

tributus
tribūtus
noun
a stated payment

Trica
Trīca
noun
trifles

trica
trīca
noun
trifles

tricameratum
tricamerātum
noun
a room divided into three chambers

tricameratus
tricamerātus
adjective
having three chambers

Tricca
Tricca
noun
a town of Thessaly

Triccaeus
Triccaeus
adjective
of Tricca

Tricce
Triccē
noun
a town of Thessaly

tricenarius
trīcēnārius
adjective
of or containing thirty

triceni
trīcēnī
adjective
thirty at a time

tricennale
trīcennāle
noun
a festival celebrated once in thirty years

tricennalis
trīcennālis
adjective
of or belonging to thirty years

tricennium
trīcennium
noun
the space of thirty years

tricenti
tricentī
adjective

tricenti
tricenti
adjective
three hundred

tricenties
tricenties
adverb
three hundred times

tricenties
tricenties
adverb

triceps
trīceps
adjective
having three heads

tricesies
trīcesies
adverb
thirty times

Tricesima
Trīcēsima
noun
the name of a town in

tricesimanus
trīcēsimānus
noun
soldiers of the thirtieth legion

tricesimus
trīcēsimus
adjective
the thirtieth

tricessis
trīcessis
noun
thirty

trichalcon
trichalcon
noun
a coin of the value of three

trichaptum
trichaptum
noun
a fine

trichias
trichiās
noun
a kind of sardine

trichiasis
trichiasis
noun
a disease of the eyelids

trichila
trichila
noun
a bower

trichinus
trichinus
adjective
slight

trichitis
trichītis
noun
a kind of alum

trichomanes
trichomanes
noun
a plant resembling adiantum

trichordis
trichordis
adjective
three-stringed

trichorum
trichōrum
noun
a room divided into three apartments

trichrus
trichrus
noun
a tricolored gem

triciens
trīciens
adverb
thirty times

tricies
trīcies
adverb
thirty times

tricinium
tricinium
noun
a song by three voices

Tricipitinus
Tricipitīnus
noun
a surname in the

tricla
tricla
noun
slight

tricla
tricla
cross-reference

triclea
triclea
cross-reference

triclea
triclea
noun
slight

triclia
triclia
cross-reference

triclia
triclia
noun
slight

triclinia
trīclīnia
noun
a chief servant who has charge of the table

tricliniarches
trīclīniarchēs
noun
a chief servant who has charge of the table

tricliniare
trīclīniāre
noun
An eating-room

tricliniaris
trīclīniāris
adjective
of or belonging to an eating - couch or diningroom

triclinium
trīclīnium
noun
a couch running round three sides of a table for reclining on at meals

trico
trīcō
verb
to dally

tricor
trīcor
verb
to make or start difficulties

trico
trīcō
noun
a mischiefmaker

tricoccum
tricoccum
noun
a kind of

tricolum
tricōlum
noun
a sentence or period consisting of three clauses

Tricorius
Tricorius
noun
a people of

tricorniger
tricorniger
adjective
having three horns or points

tricornis
tricornis
adjective
having three horns

tricorpor
tricorpor
adjective
having three bodies

tricosus
trīcōsus
adjective
full of difficulties or perplexities

tricuspis
tricuspis
noun
having three

tridacnum
tridacnum
noun
a kind of oysters

tridens
tridens
adjective
a three-tined spear

tridens
tridens
adjective
having three teeth or tines

tridentifer
tridentifer
noun
the trident-bearer

tridentiger
tridentiger
noun
the trident-bearer

tridentipotens
tridentipotens
adjective
ruling with the trident

triduanus
trīduānus
adjective
lasting three days

triduum
trīduum
noun
the space of three days

trienne
trienne
noun
a festival celebrated every three years

triennis
triennis
adjective
three years old

triennium
triennium
noun
the space of three years

triens
triens
noun
a third part

trientabulum
trientābulum
noun
a portion of public land assigned to creditors in place of a third part of the public debt

trientalis
trientālis
adjective
that contains a third of a foot

trientarius
trientārius
adjective
of or belonging to a third part

trientius
trientius
adjective
sold for a third

trierarchus
triērarchus
noun
the captain of a trireme

trieris
triēris
noun
a ship or galley of three ranges of oar-banks

trieris
triēris
adjective
having three ranges of oars

trietericum
trietēricum
noun
the festival of Bacchus

trietericus
trietēricus
adjective
recurring every three years

trieteris
trietēris
noun
a space of three years

trifariam
trifāriam
adverb
triply

trifarie
trifāriē
adverb
triply

trifarius
trifārius
adjective
of three sorts or ways

trifaux
trifaux
adjective
having three throats

trifax
trifax
noun
a kind of long missile weapon

trifer
trifer
adjective
thricebearing

trifidus
trifidus
adjective
cleft or cloven into three parts

trifilis
trifīlis
adjective
having three threads or hairs

trifinium
trifīnium
noun
a place where three boundaries meet

trifissilis
trifissilis
adjective
cleft or cloven into three parts

Trifolinus
Trifolīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Mount Trifolium near Naples

trifolium
trifolium
noun
threeleaved grass

triformis
triformis
adjective
having three forms

triformitas
triformitās
noun
triplicity of shape

trifur
trifūr
noun
a triple thief

trifurcifer
trifurcifer
noun
an arch rogue

trifurcium
trifurcium
noun
any thing of a three-forked shape

trifurcus
trifurcus
adjective
having three forks

triga
trīga
noun
A team of three horses

trigamia
trigamia
noun
a threefold or third marriage

trigamus
trigamus
noun
a thricemarried man

trigarium
trīgārium
noun
A place in which

trigarius
trīgārius
adjective
of or belonging to a

trigemini
trigeminī
adverb
three brothers born at a birth

trigemino
trigeminō
verb
to triple

trigeminus
trigeminus
adjective
three born at a birth

trigemmis
trigemmis
adjective
having three buds or eyes

trigesimus
trīgēsimus
adjective
the thirtieth

trigesimus
trīgēsimus
adjective

trigies
trīgies
adverb
thirty times

triginta
trīginta
adjective
thirty

triglitis
triglītis
noun
a precious stone

triglyphus
trīglyphus
noun
an ornament in the frieze of the Doric order

trigon
trigōn
noun
a kind of ball for playing with

trigonalis
trigōnālis
adjective
of or belonging to the

trigonicus
trigōnicus
adjective
triangular

trigonium
trigōnium
noun
A triangle

trigonum
trigōnum
noun
a triangle

trigonus
trigōnus
noun

trigonus
trīgonus
noun
a kind of fish

trigonus
trigōnus
adjective
three-cornered

trihorium
trihōrium
noun
the space of three hours

trijugis
trijugis
adjective
drawn by three horses yoked abreast

trijugus
trijugus
adjective
threefold

trilaterus
trilaterus
adjective
three-sided

trilibris
trilībris
adjective
of three pounds weight

trilinguis
trilinguis
adjective
triple-tongued

trilix
trilix
noun
woven with three sets of leashes

trilongus
trilongus
adjective
consisting of three long syllables

triloris
trilōris
adjective
having three stripes

trimatus
trīmātus
noun
the age of three years

trimembris
trimembris
adjective
having three sets of limbs

trimestre
trimestre
noun
seeds that ripen three months after sowing

trimestris
trimestris
adjective
of three months

trimeter
trimeter
noun

trimetrius
trimetrius
adjective
containing three metres or double-feet

trimetros
trimetros
adjective
containing three metres or double-feet

trimetros
trimetros
noun
a trimeter

trimetros
trimētros
noun
a trimeter

trimodia
trimodia
noun
a vessel that contains three

trimodium
trimodium
noun
a vessel that contains three

Trimontium
Trimontium
noun
a later name of the city Philippopolis in Thrace

trimulus
trīmulus
adjective
of three years

trimus
trīmus
adjective
of three years

Trinacria
Trīnacria
noun
the island of Sicily

Trinacria
Trīnācria
noun
the island of Sicily

Trinacris
Trīnācris
noun
the island of Trinacria

Trinacris
Trīnacris
noun
the island of Trinacria

Trinacris
Trīnacris
adjective
Trinacrian

Trinacris
Trīnācris
adjective
Trinacrian

Trinacrius
Trīnacrius
adjective
Trinacrian

Trinacrius
Trīnācrius
adjective
Trinacrian

trinalis
trīnālis
adjective
three

trinepos
trinepos
noun
a grandson in the fifth degree

trineptis
trineptis
noun
a female descendant in the fifth degree

trinio
trīniō
noun
the number three

trinitas
trīnitās
noun
the number three

Trinobantis
Trinobantis
noun
a people in the eastern part of Britain

trinoctialis
trinoctiālis
adjective
of three nights

trinoctium
trinoctium
noun
a space of three nights

trinodis
trinōdis
adjective
having three knots

trinominis
trinōminis
adjective
having three names

trinso
trinsō
verb

Trinummus
Trinummus
noun
the name of a comedy by Plautus

Trinumus
Trinūmus
noun
the name of a comedy by Plautus

trinundino
trinundinō
adverb

trinundinus
trinundinus
adjective
of or belonging to three weekly market-days

trinus
trīnus
adjective

trinus
trīnus
adjective
three

trinus
trīnus
adjective
three each

trio
triō
noun

triobolus
triōbolus
noun
a piece of three

Triocalinus
Triōcalīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Triocala

Triocalinus
Triōcalīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Triocala

Triocalum
Triōcalum
noun
a mountain-fortress in Sicily

Trionis
Triōnis
noun
the constellation of the Wain

trionymus
triōnymus
adjective
having three names

Triopas
Triopās
noun
a king of Thessaly

Triopeis
Triopēis
noun
a granddaughter of Triopas and daughter of Erisichthon

Triopeius
Triopēius
noun
the son of Triopas

triophthalmos
triophthalmos
noun
a precious stone

triorches
triorchēs
noun
a kind of falcon

triorchis
triorchis
noun
a plant

tripalis
tripālis
adjective
that has or is propped up by

triparcus
triparcus
adjective
very sparing

tripartitio
tripartītiō
noun
a threefold division

tripartito
tripartītō
adverb
into three parts

tripartitus
tripartītus
adjective
divided or divisible into three parts

tripatinum
tripatinum
noun
a service of three dishes

tripectorus
tripectorus
adjective
having three breasts

tripedalis
tripedālis
adjective
of three feet

tripedaneus
tripedāneus
adjective
of three feet

Tripertita
Tripertīta
noun
the title of a comedy by Novius

tripertito
tripertītō
adverb

tripertito
tripertītō
adverb
into three parts

Tripertitum
Tripertītum
noun
the title of a treatise by

tripertitus
tripertītus
adjective
divided or divisible into three parts

tripertitus
tripertītus
adjective

tripes
tripēs
adjective
having three feet

tripetia
tripetia
noun
a three-legged stool

Triphallus
Triphallus
noun
an epithet of Priapus

Triphylia
Triphȳlia
noun
a name of the southern portion of Elis

Triphylius
Triphȳlius
adjective
Triphylian

tripictus
tripictus
adjective
written three times

triplaris
triplāris
adjective
threefold

triplasius
triplasius
adjective
threefold

triplex
triplex
noun
threefold

triplex
trīplex
noun
threefold

triplex
trīplex
noun
three times as much

triplex
triplex
noun
three times as much

triplicabilis
triplicābilis
adjective
that can be tripled

triplicatio
triplicātiō
noun
a tripling or trebling

tripliciter
tripliciter
adverb
in a threefold manner

triplico
triplicō
verb
to multiply by three

triplico
trīplicō
verb
to multiply by three

triplinthius
triplinthius
adjective
three bricks thick

triplix
triplix
noun
a writing-tablet with three leaves

triplix
trīplix
noun
a writing-tablet with three leaves

triplus
triplus
adjective
threefold

tripodatio
tripodātiō
noun
a solemn

tripodis
tripodis
noun

tripodius
tripodius
adjective
consisting of three feet

tripodo
tripodō
verb
to beat the ground with the feet

tripodo
tripodō
verb

Tripolis
Tripolis
noun
the name of several districts of country and of towns

Tripolitanus
Tripolitānus
adjective
of or belonging to Tripolis

Tripolitanus
Tripolitānus
adjective
of Tripolis

Tripoliticus
Tripoliticus
adjective
of Tripolis

tripolium
tripolium
noun
a plant growing on cliffs

triportentum
triportentum
noun
an extraordinary omen or portent

Triporticus
Triporticus
noun
a triple porch

Triptolemicus
Triptolemicus
adjective
of or belonging to Triptolemus

Triptolemus
Triptolemus
noun
a son of Celeus

triptotum
triptōtum
noun
nouns

tripudiatio
tripudiātiō
noun
a solemn

tripudiatio
tripudiātiō
noun

tripudio
tripudiō
verb
to beat the ground with the feet

tripudium
tripudium
noun
a measured stamping

tripus
tripūs
noun
a three-footed seat

triquetrum
triquetrum
noun
the trinal aspect

triquetrum
triquētrum
noun
the trinal aspect

triquetrus
triquētrus
adjective
having three corners

triquetrus
triquetrus
adjective
having three corners

triremis
trirēmis
adjective
having three banks of oars

triremis
trirēmis
noun
a vessel with three banks of oars

tris
trīs
cross-reference

tris
trīs
cross-reference

trisaeclisenex
trisaeclisenex
noun
the old man of three generations

trischoenus
trischoenus
adjective
containing three

triscurrium
triscurrium
noun
gross buffoonery

trisemus
trisēmus
adjective
containing three syllabic times

Trismegistus
Trismegistus
noun
an epithet of Mercury

trispastos
trispastos
noun
a hoisting-tackle with three pulleys

Trispithamus
Trispithamus
noun
a race of dwarfs beyond India

trissago
trissāgō
noun
a plant

trissago
trissāgō
cross-reference

trisso
trissō
verb
to twitter

Tristata
Tristata
noun
the three highest nobles of a country next to the king

triste
triste
noun
a sad thing

triste
tristē
adverb
sadly

tristegum
tristegum
noun
third stories or floors

tristi
tristī
adverb

tristiculus
tristiculus
adjective
somewhat sorrowful

tristificus
tristificus
adjective
making sad

tristimonia
tristimōnia
noun
sadness

tristimonium
tristimōnium
noun

tristis
tristis
adjective
sad

tristitas
tristitās
noun
sadness

tristitia
tristitia
noun
sadness

tristities
tristitiēs
noun
sadness

Tristities
Tristities
noun
the name of a maid of Psyche

tristitudo
tristitūdō
noun
sadness

tristor
tristor
verb
to be sad

trisulcis
trisulcis
adjective
three-cleft

trisulcus
trisulcus
adjective
three-cleft

trisyl
trisyl
noun
adj. m

trisyll
trisyll
noun
the celebrated port of Athens

trisyll
trisyll
noun
son of Inachus

trisyllabus
trisyllabus
adjective
of three syllables

trit
trit
adjective
the cry of a mouse

Tritaea
Trītaea
noun
an inland town of Achaia

Tritannus
Tritannus
noun
a gladiator famous for his bodily strength

tritavia
tritavia
noun
the mother of an

tritavus
tritavus
noun
the father of an

trite
tritē
noun
the third string or tone

tritemoria
tritēmoria
noun

trithales
trithales
noun
wall-pepper

Tritia
Trītīa
noun
an inland town of Achaia

triticeius
trīticēius
adjective
of wheat

triticeus
trīticeus
adjective
of wheat

triticiarius
trīticiārius
adjective
of or relating to wheat

triticinus
trīticinus
adjective
of wheat

triticum
trīticum
noun
wheat

Tritiensis
Trītiensis
noun
the inhabitants of Tritia

tritomus
tritomus
noun
a kind of sea-fish

Triton
Trītōn
noun
a son of Neptune and the nymph Salacia

Tritonia
Trītōnia
noun
Tritonian

Tritoniacus
Trītōniacus
noun

Tritonida
Trītōnida
noun

Tritonis
Trītōnis
noun

Tritonis
Trītōnis
noun
of or belonging to Lake Triton

Tritonius
Trītōnius
adjective
of or belonging to Lake Triton

Tritopatreus
Tritopatreus
noun
a son of Jupiter by Proserpine

tritor
trītor
noun
a rubber

Trittensis
Trittensis
noun
the inhabitants of Tritia

tritura
trītūra
noun
a rubbing

trituratio
trīturātiō
noun
a threshing

triturator
trītūrātor
noun
a thresher

trituro
trītūrō
verb
to thresh

tritus
trītus
noun
a rubbing or wearing

tritus
trītus
adjective

tritus
trītus
adjective
P.a

triumphalia
triumphālia
noun
the triumphal ornaments

triumphalis
triumphālis
adjective
of or be longing to a triumph

triumphalis
triumphālis
noun
the triumphal ornaments

triumphans
triumphans
adjective
triumphal

triumphator
triumphātor
noun
one who triumphs

triumphatorius
triumphātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to one who triumphs

Triumphatrix
Triumphātrix
noun
the Triumphant

triumpho
triumphō
verb
to make a triumphal procession

triumphus
triumphus
noun
an exclamation used in the solemn processions of the Arval brothers

triumpus
triumpus
noun
an exclamation used in the solemn processions of the Arval brothers

triumvir
triumvir
noun

triumvir
triumvir
noun
three men holding an office together or associated in public business

triumviralis
triumvirālis
adjective
of or belonging to the triumvirs

triumviratus
triumvirātus
noun
the office or dignity of a triumvir

triuncis
triuncis
adjective
of three

trivenefica
trivenēfica
noun
an arrant poison-mixer

Trivia
Trivia
noun

Trivia
Trivia
noun
Diana

trivialis
triviālis
adjective
that may be found everywhere

trivialiter
triviāliter
adverb
in a common manner

triviatim
triviātim
adverb
in the public streets

Trivicum
Trivīcum
noun
a small town in the mountains between Samnium and Apulia

trivium
trivium
noun
a place where three roads meet

trivius
trivius
adjective
an epithet of those deities whose temples were often erected where three ways met

trivolum
trīvolum
noun
a threshing-sledge

trixago
trixāgō
noun
a plant

Troas
Trōas
noun
adj. f

Troas
Trōas
noun

trochaeides
trochaeīdes
noun
like a trochee

trochaeus
trochaeus
noun
A metrical foot of two syllables

trochaicus
trochaicus
adjective
consisting of trochees

trochilus
trochilus
noun
A very small bird

trochiscus
trochiscus
noun
a small

trochlea
trochlea
noun
a mechanical contrivance for raising weights

trochleatim
trochleātim
adverb
with a block

trochus
trochus
noun
an iron hoop set round with small rings

troclea
troclea
noun
a mechanical contrivance for raising weights

Trocmus
Trocmus
noun
a people of Galatia

Troezen
Troezēn
noun
a very ancient city of Argolis

Troezenius
Troezēnius
adjective
of

Troezenius
Troezēnius
noun
the inhabitants of Traezen

Troginus
Troginus
noun
a people of Galatia

Troglodyta
Trōglodyta
noun
a people of Ethiopia who dwelt in caves

Troglodytice
Trōglodyticē
noun
the country of the Trogiodytes

Troglodyticus
Trōglodyticus
adjective
of or belonging to the Troglodytes

Troglodytis
Trōglodytis
noun
adj. f

Trogmi
Trogmī
adverb

Trogmi
Trogmī
noun
a people of Galatia

Trogodyta
Trōgodyta
noun
a people of Ethiopia who dwelt in caves

Trogodytice
Trōgodyticē
noun
the country of the Trogiodytes

Trogodyticus
Trōgodyticus
adjective
of or belonging to the Troglodytes

Trogodytis
Trōgodytis
noun
adj. f

Troia
Trōia
noun
Troy

Troia
Trōia
noun

Troiadis
Trōiadis
noun

Troiadis
Trōiadis
noun
Trojan women

Troicus
Trōicus
adjective

Troicus
Trōicus
adjective
of or belonging to Troy

Troilus
Trōilus
noun
a son of Priam

Trois
Trōis
noun

Troius
Trōius
adjective
of or belonging to Troy

Troius
Trōius
adjective

Troja
Trōja
noun
Troy

Troja
Trōja
noun

Trojanum
Trōjānum
noun
a country-place in Latium

Trojanus
Trōjānus
noun
the inhabitants of Troy

Trojanus
Trōjānus
adjective
of or belonging to Troy

Trojanus
Trōjānus
adjective

Trojugena
Trōjugena
noun
Troy-born

tropa
tropa
adverb
turning

tropa
tropa
noun
the tropic solstice

tropaeatus
tropaeātus
adjective
trophied

Tropaeophorus
Tropaeophorus
noun
The Tropny-bearer

tropaeum
tropaeum
noun
a sign and memorial of victory

tropaeus
tropaeus
adjective
turning back

trophaeum
trophaeum
noun
a sign and memorial of victory

Trophonianus
Trophōniānus
adjective
of or belonging to Trophonius

Trophonius
Trophōnius
noun
A brother of Agamedes

tropice
tropicē
adverb
figuratively

tropicum
tropicum
noun
changes

tropicus
tropicus
adjective
of or belonging to a turn or turning

tropis
tropis
noun
the lees of wine

tropologia
tropologia
noun
a figurative manner of speaking

tropologice
tropologicē
adverb
figuratively

tropologicus
tropologicus
adjective
figurative

tropus
tropus
noun
a figurative use of a word

Tros
Trōs
noun

Tros
Trōs
noun
a king of Phrygia

Tros
Trōs
noun
a Trojan

Trosmis
Trosmis
noun
a town of Lower Maesia

Trossulus
Trossulus
noun
a name given to the Roman cavalry

troxalis
troxalis
noun
an insect resembling a grasshopper

trua
trua
noun
A stirring-spoon

trucidatio
trucīdātiō
noun
a slaughtering

trucidator
trucīdātor
noun
a slaughterer

trucido
trucīdō
verb
to cut to pieces

truciter
truciter
adverb
fiercely

tructa
tructa
noun
a kind of trout

tructus
tructus
noun

truculente
truculentē
adverb
savagely

truculenter
truculenter
adverb
savagely

truculentia
truculentia
noun
savageness

truculentum
truculentum
noun
fierce conduct or language

Truculentus
Truculentus
noun
a play by Plautus

truculentus
truculentus
adjective
savage

trudis
trudis
noun
a pointed pole

trudo
trūdō
verb
to thrust

Truentinus
Truentīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Truentum

Truentinus
Truentīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Truentum

Truentum
Truentum
noun
a town of Picenum

trugonus
trūgonus
noun
the stingray

trulla
trulla
noun
a small ladle

trulleum
trulleum
noun
a basin

trulleus
trulleus
noun

trullio
trulliō
noun

trullissatio
trullissātiō
noun
a trowelling

trullisso
trullissō
verb
to plaster

trullium
trullium
noun
a basin

trullium
trullium
noun

truncatio
truncātiō
noun
a maiming or mutilating

trunco
truncō
verb
to maim

trunculus
trunculus
noun
a small piece cut off

truncus
truncus
noun
the stem

truncus
truncus
adjective
maimed

truo
truō
noun

trus
trus
noun
a trimeter

trus
trus
adjective
containing three metres or double-feet

trusatilis
trūsātilis
adjective
that is or may be pushed

trusito
trūsitō
verb
to push or thrust often

truso
trūsō
verb
to push often or strongly

trusus
trūsus
adjective

trutina
trutina
noun
a balance

trutinator
trutinātor
noun
a weigher

trutinatus
trutinātus
adjective

trutinor
trutinor
verb
to weigh

trutinor
trutinor
verb
to weigh

trux
trux
adjective
wild

tryblium
tryblium
noun
a plate

trychnos
trychnos
cross-reference

trychnos
trychnos
noun

tryga
tryga
cross-reference

tryginon
tryginon
noun
a black

trygon
trȳgōn
noun
a stingray

trygona
trȳgona
noun
a bird

Trypherus
Trypherus
noun
a Roman skilled in caroing

Tryphon
Tryphon
noun
A surgeon

tu
pronoun
thou (you)

tuatim
tuātim
adverb
after your manner

tuba
tuba
noun
a trumpet

Tubantis
Tubantis
noun
a people of Germany

tubarius
tūbārius
noun
a trumpetmaker

tuber
tuber
noun
a kind of apple-tree

tuber
tūber
noun
a hump

tuberans
tūberans
adjective
swelling out

tuberatus
tūberātus
adjective
covered with knobs or bosses

tuberculum
tūberculum
noun
a small swelling

Tubero
Tūberō
noun
a surname in the

tuberosus
tūberōsus
adjective
full of humps

Tubertus
Tūbertus
noun
a Roman cognomen in the gens Postumius

tubicen
tubicen
noun
a trumpeter

tubilustrium
tubilustrium
noun
a festival held on the 23d of March and 23d of May

tubula
tubula
noun
a small trumpet

tubulatio
tubulātiō
noun
a hollowing into a tube

tubulatus
tubulātus
adjective
formed like a pipe

tubulus
tubulus
noun
a small pipe or tube

Tubulus
Tubulus
noun
a Roman cognomen in the gens Hostilia

tubulustrium
tubulustrium
noun
a festival held on the 23d of March and 23d of May

tuburchinabundus
tuburchinābundus
adjective
greedily eating or devouring

tuburcinabundus
tuburcinābundus
adjective
greedily eating or devouring

tuburcinatusr
tuburcinātur
adjective
to eat greedily

tuburcinor
tuburcinor
verb

tubus
tubus
noun
a pipe

tuccetum
tuccētum
noun
a kind of sausage or haggis

Tuccia
Tuccia
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Tuccius
Tuccius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

tucetum
tūcētum
noun
a kind of sausage or haggis

Tuder
Tuder
noun
a town in Umbria

Tudernis
Tudernis
noun
adj. f

Tuders
Tuders
adjective
adj. m

tudes
tudēs
noun
a hammer

Tudicius
Tudicius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

tudicula
tudicula
noun
a small machine for bruising olives

tudiculo
tudiculō
verb
to stir

tuditans
tuditans
adjective
striking or beating often

Tuditanus
Tuditānus
noun
a surname in the gens Sempronia

tueo
tueō
verb
to care for

tueor
tueor
verb
to see

tufa
tūfa
noun
a kind of helmet-crest

Tugio
Tugiō
noun
a jurist in the time of Cicero

tuguriolum
tuguriolum
noun
a little hut or cottage

tugurium
tugurium
noun
a hut

tuguriunculum
tuguriunculum
noun
a little hut or cottage

Tuisco
Tuiscō
noun
the progenitor of the Germans

tuitio
tuitiō
noun
a taking care of

tuitus
tuitus
adjective

tuli
tulī
cross-reference

Tulingus
Tulingus
noun
a German

Tullia
Tullia
noun
the name of a Roman gens. Esp.

Tullia
Tullia
noun

Tulliane
Tulliānē
adverb
in the manner of M. Tullius Cicero

Tullianum
Tulliānum
noun
the dungeon of the state-prison in Rome

Tullianus
Tulliānus
adjective

Tullianus
Tulliānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Tullius

Tulliola
Tulliola
noun
a pet name for

Tullius
Tullius
noun
the name of a Roman gens. Esp.

Tullus
Tullus
noun
a Roman praenomen

tulo
tulō
verb
to bring

tum
tum
adverb
then

tumba
tumba
noun
a sepulchral mound

tumbula
tumbula
noun
a little tomb

tumefacio
tumefaciō
verb
to cause to swell

tumentia
tumentia
noun
a swelling

tumeo
tumeō
verb
to swell

tumesco
tumescō
verb
to begin to swell

tumicla
tūmicla
noun
a little rope

tumide
tumidē
adverb
haughtily

tumiditas
tumiditās
noun
a swelling

tumido
tumidō
verb
to cause to swell

tumidosus
tumidōsus
adjective
high-swelling

tumidulus
tumidulus
adjective
swollen

tumidus
tumidus
adjective
swollen

tumor
tumor
noun
the state of being swollen or tumid

tumorosus
tumōrōsus
adjective
inflated

tumulamen
tumulāmen
noun
a sepulchral mound

tumulo
tumulō
verb
to cover with a mound

tumulosus
tumulōsus
adjective
full of hills

tumultuarie
tumultuāriē
adverb
tumultuously

tumultuarius
tumultuārius
adjective
of or belonging to bustle

tumultuatim
tumultuātim
adverb
in haste

tumultuatio
tumultuātiō
noun
A bustling

tumultuo
tumultuō
verb

tumultuo
tumultuō
verb

tumultuor
tumultuor
verb
to make a bustle or disturbance

tumultuose
tumultuōsē
adverb
with bustle or confusion

tumultuosus
tumultuōsus
adjective
full of bustle

tumultus
tumultus
noun
an uproar

tumulus
tumulus
noun
a raised heap of earth

tunc
tunc
adverb
then

tundo
tundō
verb
to beat

Tunes
Tūnēs
noun
a maritime town of Africa Propria

Tunger
Tunger
cross-reference

Tungrus
Tungrus
noun
a people of

tunica
tunica
noun
an under-garment of the Romans worn by both sexes

tunicatus
tunicātus
adjective
clothed with a tunic

tunicatus
tunicātus
adjective

tunico
tunicō
verb
to clothe with a tunic

tunicopallium
tunicopallium
noun
a garment uniting in one the tunic and the pallium

tunicula
tunicula
noun
A little tunic

tunsus
tunsus
adjective

tuor
tuor
verb

tuor
tuor
noun
the sight

turalis
tūrālis
adjective
of or belonging to incense

turarius
tūrārius
noun
a dealer in frankincense

turarius
tūrārius
adjective
of or belonging to frankincense

turba
turba
noun
a turmoil

turbamentum
turbāmentum
noun
a means of disturbance

turbassit
turbassit
cross-reference

turbate
turbātē
adverb
confusedly

turbatio
turbātiō
noun
confusion

turbator
turbātor
noun
a troubler

turbatrix
turbātrix
noun
she that troubles

turbatus
turbātus
adjective
troubled

turbatus
turbātus
adjective

turbela
turbēla
noun
A bustle

turbella
turbella
noun
A bustle

turben
turben
noun

turben
turben
noun
that which spins or twirls round

turbide
turbidē
adverb
in disorder

turbido
turbidō
verb
to trouble

turbidulus
turbidulus
adjective
somewhat disturbed or confused

turbidus
turbidus
adjective
full of confusion or disorder

turbinatio
turbinātiō
noun
a pointing in the form of a cone

turbinatus
turbinātus
adjective
coneshaped

turbineus
turbineus
adjective
shaped like a top

turbistum
turbistum
noun
a drug used by painters to facilitate the reception of a color

turbo
turbō
verb
to disturb

turbo
turbō
noun
that which spins or twirls round

Turbo
Turbō
noun
the name of a gladiator

turbor
turbor
noun
restlessness

turbula
turbula
noun
a disorderly group

turbulente
turbulentē
adverb
in a turbulent manner

turbulenter
turbulenter
adverb
in a turbulent manner

turbulentia
turbulentia
noun
trouble

turbulento
turbulentō
verb
to trouble

turbulentus
turbulentus
adjective
full of trouble or commotion

turbystum
turbystum
noun
a drug used by painters to facilitate the reception of a color

turda
turda
noun

turda
turda
noun
a thrush

turdarium
turdārium
noun
a place where thrushes are kept

turdelix
turdelix
cross-reference

Turdetania
Turdētānia
noun
the country of the Turdetani

Turdetanus
Turdētānus
noun
a people of

Turdulus
Turdulus
noun
a people in Baetica

Turdulus
Turdulus
adjective
of or relating to the Turduli

turdus
turdus
noun
a thrush

tureus
tūreus
adjective
of frankincense

turgeo
turgeo
verb
to swell out

turgesco
turgescō
verb
to begin to swell

turgidulus
turgidulus
adjective
swollen

turgidus
turgidus
adjective
swollen

turgor
turgor
noun
a swelling

Turia
Tūria
noun
a river in

Turianus
Turiānus
adjective

Turianus
Turiānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Turius

turibulum
tūribulum
noun
a vessel to burn incense in

turicremus
tūricremus
adjective
incense-burning

Turiensis
Tūriensis
noun
of or pertaining to Turia

turifer
tūrifer
adjective
incense-bearing

turificator
tūrificātor
noun
one that offers incense

turificatus
tūrificātus
noun
one that offers incense

turifico
tūrificō
verb
to burn incense

turilegus
tūrilegus
adjective
incense-gathering

turio
turiō
noun
a shoot

Turium
Turium
noun

Turium
Tūrium
noun
of or pertaining to Turia

Turius
Turius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

turma
turma
noun
a troop

turmalis
turmālis
adjective
of or belong ing to a troop or squadron

turmals
turmāls
noun

turmarius
turmārius
noun
recruiting officers of cavalry

turmatim
turmātim
adverb
by troops or squadrons

Turnus
Turnus
noun
A king of the Rutuli

Turonicensis
Turonicensis
adjective

Turonicus
Turonicus
noun
of or belonging to the Turones

Turonis
Turonis
noun
a people in

Turonius
Turonius
noun
of or belonging to the Turones

Turonus
Turonus
noun
of or belonging to the Turones

turpe
turpe
noun
a base or shameful thing

turpiculus
turpiculus
adjective
ugly

turpido
turpīdō
noun
baseness

turpificatus
turpificātus
adjective
made foul or filthy

Turpilia
Turpilia
noun
the name of a Roman gens

Turpilius
Turpilius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

turpiloquium
turpiloquium
noun
obscene or immodest speech

turpilucricupidus
turpilucricupidus
adjective
covetous of base or dishonest gain

turpilucricupidus
turpilucrīcupidus
adjective
covetous of base or dishonest gain

turpilucrus
turpilucrus
adjective
making dishonest gain

Turpio
Turpiō
noun

turpis
turpis
adjective
ugly

turpiter
turpiter
adverb
in an ugly or unsightly manner

turpitudo
turpitūdō
noun
ugliness

turpo
turpō
verb
to make ugly or unsightly

Turranianus
Turrāniānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Turranius

Turranius
Turrānius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

turricula
turricula
noun
A little tower

turriger
turriger
adjective
turret-bearing

Turrigera
Turrigera
noun
adj. f

turris
turris
noun
a tower

Turrita
Turrīta
noun
adj. f

turritus
turrītus
adjective
set

tursio
tursiō
noun
a kind of fish resembling the dolphin

turtur
turtur
noun
a turtle-dove

turturilla
turtūrilla
noun
a little turtle-dove

turunda
turunda
noun
A ball of paste

tus
tūs
noun
incense

Tuscanicus
Tuscānicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Tuscans

Tuscanus
Tuscānus
adjective
of or belonging to the Tuscans

Tusce
Tuscē
adverb
in the Tuscar language

Tuscia
Tuscia
noun
the country of the Tuscans

Tuscia
Tuscia
noun
Etruria

Tusculanensis
Tusculānensis
adjective

Tusculanensis
Tusculānensis
adjective
of or pertaining to Tusculum

Tusculanum
Tusculānum
noun
the name of several estates at Tusculum

Tusculanum
Tusculānum
adjective

Tusculanus
Tusculānus
adjective

Tusculanus
Tusculānus
noun
the inhabitants of Tusculum

Tusculanus
Tusculānus
adjective
of or belonging to Tusculum

Tusculum
Tusculum
noun
a very ancient town of Latium

tusculum
tusculum
noun
a little frankincense

Tusculus
Tusculus
noun
the inhabitants of Tusculum

Tusculus
Tusculus
adjective
of or belonging to Tusculum

Tuscus
Tuscus
adjective
of or belonging to the Tuscans

Tuscus
Tuscus
noun
the inhabitants of Etru

Tuscus
Tuscus
adjective

tussedo
tussēdō
noun
a cough

tussicula
tussicula
noun
a little or slight cough

tussicularis
tussiculāris
adjective
of or belonging to a cough

tussiculosus
tussiculōsus
adjective
coughing much

tussicus
tussicus
noun
afflicted with a cough

tussiens
tussiens
adjective
one who has a cough

tussilago
tussilāgō
noun
the herb colt'sfoot

tussio
tussiō
verb
to cough

tussis
tussis
noun
a cough

tusus
tūsus
adjective

tutaculum
tūtāculum
noun
a defence

tutamen
tūtāmen
noun
a means of defence

tutamentum
tūtāmentum
noun
a means of defence

Tutanus
Tūtānus
noun
the name of a Roman guardian deity

tutatio
tūtātiō
noun
a protecting

tutator
tūtātor
noun
a protector

tute
tūtē
adverb
safely

tutela
tūtēla
noun
a watching

tutelaris
tūtēlāris
adjective
Of or belonging to guardianship

tutelarius
tūtēlārius
noun
one who has the care or custody

tutelator
tūtēlātor
noun
a protector

tutelatus
tūtēlātus
adjective
that is under protection

Tutelina
Tūtēlīna
noun
a guardian deity

tutemet
tūtemet
cross-reference

Tuticanus
Tūticānus
noun
the name of a man

Tutiensis
Tutiensis
noun
an ancient people of Latium

Tutilina
Tūtīlīna
noun
a guardian deity

Tutilius
Tutilius
noun
the name of a rhetorician of Rome

Tutinus
Tutīnus
noun
a people of Calabria

tuto
tūtō
verb
to ward off

tutor
tūtor
verb
to watch

tuto
tūtō
verb

tuto
tūtō
adverb

tuto
tūtō
adverb
safely

tutor
tūtor
verb

Tutor
Tūtor
noun
the title of a mimic play

tutor
tūtor
noun
a watcher

tutorius
tūtōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a guardian

tutrix
tutrix
noun
a female guardian

tutubo
tūtubō
verb
to cry like an owl

tutulatus
tutulātus
adjective
having or wearing a

tutulus
tutulus
noun
a high head-dress

tutum
tūtum
noun
a place of safety

Tutunus
Tūtūnus
noun
Priapus

tutus
tūtus
adjective

tutus
tūtus
adjective
safe

tuus
tuus
pronoun
thy

tuxtax
tuxtax
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Tyanaeus
Tyanaeus
adjective

Tyaneius
Tyanēius
adjective
of or belonging to Tyana

Tyanum
Tyanum
noun
a city in Cappadocia

Tyba
Tyba
noun
a village on the Euphrates

Tybris
Tȳbris
cross-reference

Tybris
Tybris
cross-reference
the river-god Tiber

Tybris
Tybris
noun
The river Tiber

Tycha
Tycha
noun
the name of a part of Syracuse in the west of the Achradina

Tychius
Tychius
noun
a celebrated shoemaker of Baeotia

Tydeus
Tȳdeus
noun
the son of Oeneus and Periboea

Tydides
Tȳdīdēs
noun
the son of Tydeus

Tymolus
Tymōlus
cross-reference

tympaniolum
tympaniolum
noun
a small drum

tympanista
tympanista
noun
a drummer

tympanistria
tympanistria
noun
a female drummer or player on the tambourine

tympanites
tympanītēs
noun
a kind of dropsy that swells the belly like a drum

tympaniticus
tympanīticus
noun
one who is afflicted with tympanites

tympanium
tympanium
noun
a precious stone shaped like a tambourine

tympanizans
tympanīzans
adjective
playing on a drum or timbrel

tympanotriba
tympanotriba
noun
a taborer

tympanum
tympanum
noun
a drum

Tyndareus
Tyndareus
noun
a king of Sparta

Tyndarides
Tyndaridēs
noun
a male descendant of Tyn dareus

Tyndaris
Tyndaris
noun
A female descendant of Tyndareus

Tyndaritanus
Tyndaritānus
noun
the inhabitants of Tyndaris

Tyndarius
Tyndarius
adjective
of or belonging to Tyndareus

Tyndarius
Tyndarius
noun
Spartans

Tyndarus
Tyndarus
noun
a king of Sparta

typanum
typanum
noun
a drum

Typhoeus
Typhōeus
noun
a giant

Typhois
Typhōis
noun
adj f

Typhoius
Typhōius
adjective
of or belonging to Typho_eus

typhon
tȳphon
noun
A violent whirlwind

Typhon
Tȳphōn
cross-reference
another name for the giart Typho_eus

Typhoneus
Tȳphōneus
adjective
of or belonging to Typhon

typhonicus
tȳphōnicus
adjective
A name given by the king of Egypt to a comet or meteor

Typhonis
Tȳphōnis
noun
daughter of Typhon

typhus
tȳphus
noun
pride

typicalis
typicālis
adjective
typical

typicus
typicus
adjective
figurative

typus
typus
noun
A figure

Tyra
Tyra
noun

Tyra
Tyra
cross-reference

tyranna
tyranna
noun
a princess

tyrannice
tyrannicē
adverb
tyrannically

tyrannicida
tyrannicīda
noun
a killer of a tyrant

tyrannicidium
tyrannicīdium
noun
the killing of a tyrant

tyrannicus
tyrannicus
adjective
tyrannous

Tyrannio
Tyranniō
noun
a grammarian and geographer contemporary with Cicero

tyrannis
tyrannis
noun
The sway of a tyrant

tyrannoctonus
tyrannoctonus
noun
the killer of a tyrant

tyrannopolita
tyrannopolīta
noun
a citizen of a town ruled by a tyrant

tyrannus
tyrannus
noun
a monarch

Tyras
Tyrās
noun
a river in Sarmatia

tyrianthina
tyrianthina
noun
garments of a purpleviolet color

tyrianthinus
tyrianthinus
adjective
of a cotor between purple and violet

Tyrium
Tyrium
noun
a purple color

Tyrius
Tȳrius
adjective

Tyrius
Tyrius
noun
the inhabitants of Tyre

Tyrius
Tyrius
adjective
Of or belonging to Tyre

Tyro
Tȳrō
noun
a daughter of Salmoneus

tyropatina
tȳropatina
noun
a kind of cheesecake

Tyros
Tyros
noun
Tyre

Tyros
Tȳros
noun

tyrotarichos
tȳrotarīchos
noun
a dish of salt-fish prepared with cheese

Tyrrhenia
Tyrrhēnia
noun
the country of the Tyrrhenians

Tyrrhenicus
Tyrrhēnicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Tyrrhenians

Tyrrhenus
Tyrrhēnus
noun
the Tuscan Sea

Tyrrhenus
Tyrrhēnus
noun
the Tyrrhenians

Tyrrhenus
Tyrrhēnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Tyrrhenians

Tyrrheus
Tyrrheus
noun
the shepherd of King Latinus

Tyrrhida
Tyrrhīda
noun
the sons of Tyrrheus

Tyrrhus
Tyrrhus
noun
the shepherd of King Latinus

Tyrtaeus
Tyrtaeus
noun
an Athenian poet

Tyrus
Tyrus
noun
Tyre

 
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