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U
U
cross-reference
u

u
u
cross-reference
u

uber
ūber
noun
a teat

uber
ūber
adjective
rich

uberius
ūberius
adverb
comp. adv.

ubero
ūberō
verb
to be fruitful or productive

uberrime
ūberrimē
adverb

ubertas
ūbertās
noun
richness

ubertim
ūbertim
adverb
plentifully

uberto
ūbertō
verb
to make fruitful

ubi
ubī
adverb
in which place

ubicumque
ubīcumquē
adverb
wherever

ubicumque
ubicumquē
adverb
wherever

ubicumquomque
ubicumquomque
adverb
wherever

ubicumquomque
ubīcumquomque
adverb
wherever

ubicunque
ubīcunque
adverb
wherever

ubicunque
ubicunque
adverb
wherever

ubilibet
ubilibet
adverb
in any place

ubinam
ūbīnam
adverb

ubinam
ūbinam
adverb

ubiquaque
ubīquāquē
adverb
wherever

ubiquaque
ubiquāquē
adverb
wherever

ubique
ubīquē
adverb
wherever

ubiubi
ubiubī
adverb

ubiubi
ubīubī
adverb

Ubius
Ubius
noun
a Germanic people

Ubius
Ubius
adjective
Ubian

ubivis
ubivīs
adverb
where you will

Ucalegon
Ūcalegōn
noun
the name of a Trojan

Ucubis
Ucubis
noun
a city of

udo
ūdō
noun
a sock of felt or fur

udo
ūdō
verb
to wet

udus
ūdus
adjective
wet

Ufens
Ūfens
adjective
A small river in Latium

Ufentinus
Ūfentīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Ufens

Uffugum
Uffugum
noun
a town in the territory of the Bruttii

ui
ui
verb
to reckon to or among

ui
ui
verb
to join or bind together

ulceraria
ulcerāria
noun
the plant horehound

ulceratio
ulcerātiō
noun
a breaking out into sores

ulcero
ulcerō
verb
to make sore

ulcerosus
ulcerōsus
adjective
full of sores

ulcisco
ulciscō
verb

ulcisco
ulciscō
cross-reference

ulciscor
ulciscor
verb
v. inch. dep

ulciscor
ulciscor
cross-reference

ulcus
ulcus
noun
a sore

ulcusculum
ulcusculum
noun
a small sore or ulcer

ulex
ulex
noun
a shrub resembling rosemary

Ulia
Ulia
noun
a town of

uliginosum
ūlīginōsum
noun
swamps

uliginosus
ūlīginōsus
adjective
full of moisture

uligo
ūlīgō
noun
moisture

Ulixes
Ulixēs
noun
the Latin name for Odysseus

ullatenus
ullātenus
adverb
in any respect whatever

ullus
ullus
adjective
any

ulmarium
ulmārium
noun
a plantation or nursery of elms

ulmeus
ulmeus
adjective
of or belonging to an elm-tree

ulmitriba
ulmitriba
noun
one that wears out elms

ulmus
ulmus
noun
an elm

ulna
ulna
noun
the elbow

ulophonon
ūlophonon
noun
a variety of the plant

Ulpianus
Ulpiānus
noun
a celebrated Roman jurist under the emperors Septimius Severus

ulpicum
ulpicum
noun
a kind of leek

Ulpius
Ulpius
adjective
of or belonging to Ulpius

Ulpius
Ulpius
noun
the name of a Roman gens. So esp.

uls
uls
preposition
beyond

ulter
ulter
adjective
that is beyond or on the other side

ulterior
ulterior
adjective
farther

ulterior
ulteriōr
noun
the more remote parts or regions

ulterius
ulterius
noun
something more

ulterius
ulterius
adverb
beyond

ultime
ultimē
adverb
Extremely

ultimo
ultimō
adverb
at last

ultimo
ultimō
verb
to come to an end

ultimum
ultimum
noun
the last

ultimum
ultimum
adverb
at last

ultimum
ultimum
noun
the farthest or most remote things

ultimus
ultimus
noun
the farthest or most remote

ultimus
ultimus
adjective
the farthest

ultio
ultiō
noun
a taking vengeance

ultor
ultor
noun
a punisher

ultorius
ultōrius
adjective
of or belonging to vengeance

ultra
ultrā
adverb
on the other side

ultramundanus
ultrāmundānus
adjective
that is beyond the world

ultrix
ultrix
adjective
avenging

ultro
ultrō
adverb
to the farther side

ultroneitas
ultrōneitās
noun
freewill

ultroneus
ultrōneus
adjective
of one's own accord

ultrorsum
ultrorsum
adverb
farther onwards

ultrotributum
ultrōtribūtum
noun

ultus
ultus
adjective

Ulubra
Ulūbra
noun
a small town of Latium

Ulubra
Ulubra
noun
a small town of Latium

Ulubranus
Ulūbrānus
adjective
of or belonging to Ulubrae

Ulubranus
Ulubrānus
adjective
of or belonging to Ulubrae

Ulubrensis
Ulūbrensis
noun
the inhabitants of Ulubrae

Ulubrensis
Ulubrensis
noun
the inhabitants of Ulubrae

ulucus
ulucus
noun
a screech-owl

ulula
ulula
noun
a screechowl

ululabilis
ululābilis
adjective
howling

ululamen
ululāmen
noun
a howling

ululatio
ululātiō
noun
a howling

ululatus
ululātus
noun
a howling

ululo
ululō
verb
to howl

Ulurtinus
Ulurtīnus
noun
a people of Lower Italy

ulva
ulva
noun
sedge

ulvosus
ulvōsus
adjective
abounding in sedge

Ulysipo
Ulysīpō
noun
a city of Lusitania

Ulysses
Ulyssēs
noun

Ulysses
Ulyssēs
noun
the Latin name for Odysseus

umbella
umbella
noun
a sunshade

Umber
Umber
noun
an Umbrian dog

Umber
Umber
adjective
of or belonging to the Umbrians

umbilicaris
umbilīcāris
adjective
of or belonging to the navel

umbilicatus
umbilīcātus
adjective
navel-shaped

umbilicus
umbilīcus
noun
the navel

umbo
umbō
noun
A boss

Umbra
Umbra
noun
a female Umbrian

umbra
umbra
noun
a shade

umbraculum
umbrāculum
noun
a shady place

umbraliter
umbrāliter
adverb
figuratively

umbraticola
umbrāticola
noun
one who is fond of the shade

umbraticus
umbrāticus
adjective
of or belonging to the shade

umbratilis
umbrātilis
adjective
remaining in the shade

umbratiliter
umbrātiliter
adverb
in outline

umbratio
umbrātiō
noun
a shadowing

Umbrenus
Umbrēnus
noun
a fellowconspirator with Catiline

umbresco
umbrescō
verb
to shadow

Umbria
Umbria
noun
a district of Italy so called

Umbricius
Umbricius
noun
a haruspex in the service of Otho

Umbricus
Umbricus
adjective
of or belonging to Umbria

umbrifer
umbrifer
adjective
Shade-bringing

umbro
umbrō
verb
to shade

umbrosum
umbrōsum
noun
the twilight

umbrosus
umbrōsus
adjective
full of shade

Umbrus
Umbrus
noun
a people of Italy

umectatio
ūmectātiō
noun
a moistening

umecto
ūmectō
verb
to moisten

umectus
ūmectus
adjective
of a moist nature

umefacio
ūmefaciō
verb
to make moist

umeo
ūmeō
verb
to be moist

umerale
umerāle
noun
a covering for the shoulders

umerulus
umerulus
noun
a little shoulder

umerus
umerus
noun
the upper bone of the arm

umesco
ūmesco
verb
to grow moist or wet

umide
ūmidē
adverb
moistly

umidulus
ūmidulus
adjective
rather damp

umidum
ūmidum
noun
a moist

umidus
ūmidus
adjective
moist

umifer
ūmifer
adjective
containing moisture

umifico
ūmificō
verb
to make moist

umificus
ūmificus
adjective
that renders moist

umor
ūmor
noun
a liquid

umorosus
ūmōrōsus
adjective
moist

umquam
umquam
adverb
adv. temp

una
ūnā
adverb
in one and the same place

unaetvicesimani
ūnaetvīcēsimānī
adverb

unaetvicesimanus
ūnaetvīcēsimānus
noun
soldiers of the twentyfirst legion

unaetvicesimus
ūnaetvīcēsimus
adjective

unaetvicesimus
ūnaetvīcēsimus
adjective
the twentyfirst

unanimans
ūnanimans
adjective
of one mind

unanimis
ūnanimis
adjective
of one mind

unanimitas
ūnanimitās
noun
unanimity

unanimiter
ūnanimiter
adverb
unanimously

unanimus
ūnanimus
adjective
of one mind

unasyllabus
ūnasyllabus
adjective
of one syllable

uncatio
uncātiō
noun
a bending inwards

uncatus
uncātus
adjective
bent inwards

uncia
uncia
noun
the twelfth part

uncialis
unciālis
adjective
of or belonging to a twelfth part

unciarius
unciārius
adjective
of or belonging to a twelfth part

unciatim
unciātim
adverb
by twelfths

uncinatus
uncīnātus
adjective
furnished with hooks or tenters

uncinus
uncīnus
noun
a hook

unciola
unciola
noun
a little ounce

uncipes
uncipēs
adjective
having feet bent in

unco
uncō
verb
to sound or roar like a bear

unctio
unctiō
noun
a besmearing. anointing

unctito
unctitō
verb
to besmear or anoint often

unctiusculus
unctiusculus
adjective
somewhat unctuous

unctor
unctor
noun
an anointer

unctorium
unctōrium
noun
the anointing-room

unctulum
unctulum
noun
a little ointment

unctulus
unctulus
adjective
besmeared

unctum
unctum
noun

unctum
unctum
noun

unctura
unctūra
noun
an anointing

unctus
unctus
adjective

unctus
unctus
noun
an anointing

unctus
unctus
adjective
P. a.

uncus
uncus
noun
a hook

uncus
uncus
adjective
hooked

unda
unda
noun
a wave

undabundus
undābundus
adjective
full of waves

undanter
undanter
adverb
in a waving manner

undatim
undātim
adverb
in a waving manner

undatus
undātus
adjective
in a wavy or wave-like form

unde
unde
adverb
from which place

undeceni
undēcēnī
adverb

undecentesimus
undēcentēsimus
adjective
the ninety-ninth

undecentum
undēcentum
adjective
ninety-nine

undecies
undecies
noun
eleven times

undecim
undecim
adjective
eleven

undecimus
undecimus
adjective
the eleventh

undeciremis
undecirēmis
noun
a ship of eleven banks of oars

undecumanus
undecumānus
noun
soldiers of the eleventh legion

undecumque
undecumquē
adverb
from wherever

undecunque
undecunque
adverb
from wherever

undelibet
undelibet
adverb
whence you will

undenarius
undēnārius
adjective
containing eleven

undeni
undēnī
adjective
eleven each

undenonaginta
undēnōnāginta
adjective
eighty-nine

undeoctoginta
undeoctōginta
adjective
seventy-nine

undequadragesimus
undēquadrāgēsimus
adjective
the thirty-ninth

undequadragiens
undēquadrāgiens
noun
thirty - nine times

undequadragies
undēquadrāgies
noun
thirty - nine times

undequadraginta
undēquadrāginta
adjective
thirty - nine

undequinquagesimus
undēquinquāgēsimus
adjective
the forty-ninth

undequinquaginta
undēquinquāginta
adjective
forty-nine

undesexagesimus
undēsexāgēsimus
adjective
the fifty-ninth

undesexaginta
undēsexaginta
adjective
fifty-nine

undetriceni
undētrīcēnī
adjective
twenty-nine each

undetricesimus
undētrīcēsimus
adjective
the twentyninth

undetrigesimus
undētrīgēsimus
adjective

undetrigesimus
undētrīgēsimus
adjective
the twentyninth

undetriginta
undētrīginta
adjective
twenty-nine

undeviceni
undēvīcēnī
adjective
nineteen each

undevicesimanus
undēvīcēsimānus
noun
soldiers of the nineteenth legion

undevicesimus
undēvīcēsimus
adjective
the nineteenth

undevigesimus
undēvīgēsimus
adjective
the nineteenth

undeviginti
undēvīginti
adjective
nineteen

undicola
undicola
noun
wavedwelling

undifluus
undifluus
adjective
flow

undifluus
undīfluus
adjective
flow

undifragus
undifragus
adjective
wave-breaking

undique
undiquē
adverb
adv. indef

undisonus
undisonus
adjective
wave-sounding

undivagus
undivagus
adjective
wandering in waves

undo
undō
verb
to rise in waves or surges

undose
undōsē
adverb
in waves

undosus
undōsus
adjective
full of waves or surges

undulatus
undulātus
adjective
diversified as with waves

unedo
ūnedō
noun
the arbute or strawberry-tree

Unellus
Unellus
noun
a people in

unetvicesimanus
ūnetvīcēsimānus
noun
soldiers of the twentyfirst legion

unetvicesimus
ūnetvīcēsimus
adjective
the twentyfirst

ungella
ungella
noun
a little claw or talon

ungo
ungō
verb
to smear

unguedo
unguēdō
noun
an ointment

unguella
unguella
noun
a little claw or talon

unguen
unguen
noun
a fatty substance

unguentaria
unguentāria
noun
A female perfumer

unguentarium
unguentārium
noun
money for buying perfumes

unguentarius
unguentārius
noun
a dealer in unguents

unguentarius
unguentārius
adjective
of or belonging to ointments or unguents

unguentatus
unguentātus
adjective
anointed

unguento
unguentō
verb
to rub with sweet ointments

unguentum
unguentum
noun
an ointment

unguiculus
unguiculus
noun
a finger-nail

unguilla
unguilla
noun
an ointment-box

unguinosus
unguinōsus
adjective
full of fat or oil

unguis
unguis
noun
a nail

ungula
ungula
noun
a hoof

ungulatros
ungulatros
cross-reference

ungulatus
ungulātus
adjective
having claws or hoofs

ungulus
ungulus
noun
a finger-ring

unguo
unguō
verb

unguo
unguō
verb
to smear

ungustus
ungustus
cross-reference

unianimis
ūnianimis
adjective

unicalamus
ūnicalamus
adjective
having a single stem or straw

unicaulis
ūnicaulis
adjective
having a single stalk

unice
ūnicē
adverb
alone

uniceps
ūniceps
adjective
one-headed

unicolor
ūnicolor
noun
of one color

unicornis
ūnicornis
adjective
onehorned

unicornuus
ūnicornuus
noun
the unicorn

unicorporeus
ūnicorporeus
adjective
having one body

unicuba
ūnicuba
noun
that has lain with but one husband

unicultor
ūnicultor
noun
a worshipper of one God

unicus
ūnicus
adjective
one and no more

unifinis
ūnifīnis
adjective
possessing the same termination

uniformis
ūniformis
adjective
having only one shape or form

uniformitas
ūniformitās
noun
uniformity

uniformiter
ūniformiter
adverb
in one and the same manner

unigena
ūnigena
noun
Only-begotten

unigenitus
ūnigenitus
adjective
onlybegotten

unijugus
ūnijugus
adjective
having one yoke

unimamma
ūnimamma
noun
one-breasted

unimanus
ūnimanus
adjective
having only one hand

unimodus
ūnimodus
adjective
of one fashion or sort

uninomius
ūninōmius
adjective
of one name

unio
ūniō
noun
Fem

unio
ūniō
verb
to join together

uniola
ūniola
noun
a plani

Unionita
Unionīta
noun
Unionites

unipetius
ūnipetius
adjective
having only one stalk

unistirpis
ūnistirpis
adjective
having only one stem or trunk

unitas
ūnitās
noun
the state of being one

uniter
ūniter
adverb
into one

uniusmodi
ūniusmodī
adverb

uniusmodi
ūnīusmodī
adverb

universalis
ūniversālis
adjective
of or belonging to all or the whole

universaliter
ūniversāliter
adverb
all together

universatim
ūniversātim
adverb
al

universe
ūniversē
adverb
in general

universim
ūniversim
adverb
all together

universitas
ūniversitās
noun
the whole

universum
ūniversum
noun
the whole world

universus
ūniversus
noun
the whole body

universus
ūniversus
adjective
all together

univira
ūnivira
noun
a woman that has had only one husband

univiratus
ūnivirātus
noun
the state or condition of a woman who has married but once

univiria
ūniviria
noun
a woman that has had only one husband

univiria
ūniviria
noun

univocus
ūnivocus
adjective
that has but one meaning

uno
ūnō
verb
to make one

unoculus
ūnoculus
noun
a one-eyed person

unoculus
ūnoculus
adjective
one-eyed

Unomammia
Ūnomammia
noun
Single-breasted land

unose
ūnōsē
adverb
at once

unquam
unquam
adverb
adv. temp

unquam
unquam
adverb

unus
ūnus
adjective
one

Unxia
Unxia
noun
the goddess of anointing

upilio
ūpiliō
noun
a shepherd

upilio
ūpiliō
noun
a shepherd

Upis
Upis
cross-reference
the father of the third Diana

upupa
upupa
noun
a hoopoe

uraeus
ūraeus
adjective
of or belonging to the tail

Urania
Ūrania
noun
Urania

Uranie
Ūraniē
noun
Urania

uranoscopus
ūranoscopus
noun
a sea-fish

Uranus
Ūranus
noun
the father of Saturn

urbanatim
urbānātim
adverb
after the manner of city people

urbane
urbānē
adverb
Courteously

urbanicianus
urbāniciānus
adjective
garrisoned in the city

urbanitas
urbānitās
noun
a living in a city

urbanus
urbānus
adjective
of or belonging to the city or town

urbanus
urbānus
noun
an inhabitant of a city

urbicapus
urbicapus
noun
a city taker

urbicarius
urbicārius
adjective
of or belonging to the city

urbicremus
urbicremus
adjective
city burning

urbicus
urbicus
adjective
of or belonging to the city

Urbicus
Urbicus
noun
the name of a poet

Urbinas
Urbīnas
adjective
of or belonging to Urbinum

Urbinatis
Urbīnātis
noun
the inhabitants of Urbinum

Urbinum
Urbīnum
noun
a town in Umbria

Urbius
Urbius
cross-reference
in Rome on the Esquiline Hill

urbo
urbō
verb
to plough round

urbs
urbs
noun
a walled town

urbum
urbum
noun
the curved part of a plough

urceatim
urceātim
adverb
with pitchers

urceolaris
urceolāris
adjective
of or belonging to pitchers

urceolus
urceolus
noun
a little pitcher or water-pot

urceum
urceum
noun

urceus
urceus
noun

uredo
ūrēdō
noun
A blast

urethra
ūrēthra
noun
the excretory canal of the urine

ureticus
ūrēticus
adjective
of or relating to urine

urgens
urgens
adjective
pressing

urgenter
urgenter
adverb
pressingly

urgeo
urgeō
verb
to press

urgueo
urgueō
verb
to press

urica
ūrīca
noun
a caterpillar

urigo
ūrīgō
noun
lustful heat

urina
ūrīna
noun
urine

urinal
ūrīnal
cross-reference

urinalis
ūrīnālis
adjective
of or belonging to urine

urinator
ūrīnātor
noun
a diver

urinor
ūrīnor
verb
to plunge under water

urino
ūrīnō
verb

urino
ūrīnō
verb
to plunge under water

urinus
ūrinus
adjective
full of wind

urion
ūrion
noun
a kind of earth in mines

Urios
Urios
noun
a title of Jupiter

urium
ūrium
noun
a kind of earth in mines

Urius
Urius
noun
a title of Jupiter

urna
urna
noun
a vessel for drawing water

urnale
urnāle
noun
vessels of such capacity

urnalis
urnālis
adjective
containing an urn

urnarium
urnārium
noun
a table on which water-vessels were set

urniger
urniger
adjective
urn-bearing

urnula
urnula
noun
a little urn

uro
ūrō
verb
to burn

urruncum
urruncum
noun
the lowest part of an ear of corn

ursa
ursa
noun
a she-bear

ursina
ursīna
noun
bear's meat

ursinus
ursīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a bear

ursus
ursus
noun
a bear

urtica
urtīca
noun
A nettle

uruca
uruca
cross-reference

urus
ūrus
noun
a kind of wild ox

urvo
urvō
verb
to plough round

urvum
urvum
noun
the curved part of a plough

us
ūs
noun
A sex

us
ūs
noun
a sitting

us
us
noun
an unknown gem

us
us
noun
a city in Cilicia

Uscana
Uscāna
noun
a town of Illyria

Uscanensis
Uscānensis
noun
the inhabitants of Uscana

usio
ūsiō
noun
use

Usipetis
Usīpetis
noun
a Germanic people on the Rhine

Usipii
Usīpiī
adverb

usitate
ūsitātē
adverb
in the usual manner

usitatus
ūsitātus
adjective

usitatus
ūsitātus
adjective
usual

usitor
ūsitor
verb
to use often

Uspe
Uspē
noun
a town of Asiatic Scythia

Uspensis
Uspensis
noun
the inhabitants of Uspe

uspiam
uspiam
adverb
at or in any place

usquam
usquam
adverb
at or in any place

usque
usquē
adverb
all the way to or from

usquequaque
usquequāquē
adverb

usta
usta
noun
a kind of red color

Ustica
Ustīca
noun
A small hill in the Sabine country

usticius
ustīcius
adjective
produced by burning

ustilago
ustilāgō
noun
a plant

ustio
ustiō
noun
a burning

ustor
ustor
noun
a burner

ustricula
ustrīcula
noun
a female hair-curler

ustrina
ustrīna
noun
A burning

ustrinum
ustrīnum
noun

ustulo
ustulō
verb
to burn a little

ustura
ustūra
noun
the burning

ustus
ustus
adjective

usualis
ūsuālis
adjective
That is for use

usualiter
ūsuāliter
adverb
in the usual manner

usuarius
ūsuārius
adjective
of or belonging to use

usuarius
ūsuārius
noun
one who uses or has the use of

usu capio
ūsū capiō
verb
to acquire ownership

usucapio
ūsūcapiō
noun
the acquisition of ownership by long use or possession

usucapio
ūsūcapiō
verb
to acquire ownership

usucaptus
ūsūcaptus
adjective

usufacio
ūsūfaciō
cross-reference

usufructuarius
ūsūfructuārius
noun
one who has the use and profit but not the property of a thing

usura
ūsūra
noun
a using

usurarius
ūsūrārius
adjective
That serves or is fit for use

usu receptio
ūsū receptiō
noun
a recovery by usucaption of property once alienated

usureceptio
ūsūreceptiō
noun
a recovery by usucaption of property once alienated

usurecipio
ūsūrecipiō
verb
v. a.

usurpabilis
ūsurpābilis
adjective
that may be used

usurpatio
ūsurpātiō
noun
a taking into use

usurpative
ūsurpātīvē
adverb
in an unusual manner

usurpativus
ūsurpātīvus
adjective
wrongly used

usurpator
ūsurpātor
noun
one who uses or takes possession unlawfully

usurpatorie
ūsurpātōriē
adverb
presumptuously

usurpatorius
ūsurpātōrius
adjective
usurping

usurpatrix
ūsurpātrix
noun
she that assumes or takes to herself without right

usurpo
usurpō
verb
to take into use

usus
ūsus
participle

usus
ūsus
noun
the use or using

ususfructus
ūsusfructus
noun
the use and enjoyment of property belonging to another

ut
ut
adverb
adv. of manner

utcumque
utcumquē
adverb
In what way soever

utcunq
utcunq
adverb
In what way soever

utei
utei
adverb
adv. of manner

utens
ūtens
noun
possessing

utens
ūtens
adjective

Utens
Utens
noun
a river in Cisalpine Gaul

utensile
ūtensile
noun
things for use

utensilis
ūtensilis
adjective
that may be used

utensilitas
ūtensilitās
noun
fitness for use

uter
uter
adjective
which of two.. the other

uter
uter
noun

uter
ūter
noun
a bag or bottle

uterculus
uterculus
noun
a small paunch or belly

utercumque
utercumque
adjective
Whichever of the two

utercunque
utercunque
adjective
Whichever of the two

uterinus
uterīnus
adjective
born of the same mother

uterlibet
uterlibet
adjective
Which of the two you please

uterque
uterque
adjective
each

uterum
uterum
noun
the womb

uterus
uterus
noun
the womb

utervis
utervīs
adjective
pron. indef

uti
utī
adverb
adv. of manner

uti
ūtī
adverb

uti
utī
cross-reference

utibilis
ūtibilis
adjective
that can be used

Utica
Utica
noun
a very old town in

Uticensis
Uticensis
noun
the inhabitants of Utica

Uticensis
Uticensis
adjective
of or belonging to Utica

utile
ūtile
noun
what is useful

utilis
ūtilis
adjective
Useful

utilitas
ūtilitās
noun
use

utiliter
ūtiliter
adverb
usefully

utinam
utinam
adverb
oh that! I wish that! if only! would to heaven! would that!

utique
utiquē
adverb
and that

utique
utiquē
adverb
in any case

Utis
Utīs
noun
a river in Cisalpine Gaul

uto
ūtō
verb
imp

utor
ūtor
verb
to use

utpote
utpotē
adverb
as namely

utputa
utputa
cross-reference

utralibet
utrālibet
adverb
on whichever of two sides

utrarius
ūtrārius
noun
one who brings water in skins

utrasque
utrasquē
adverb
both times

utribi
ūtribī
adverb

utribi
utribi
adverb
at which of two places

utribi
ūtribi
adverb
at which of two places

utribi
utribī
adverb

utricida
ūtricīda
noun
one who cuts skins or bags in pieces

utricularius
ūtriculārius
noun
A bagpiper

utriculus
ūtriculus
noun
a small skin or leathern bottle

utriculus
utriculus
noun
the belly

utriculus
ūtriculus
noun
the belly

utrimque
ūtrimquē
adverb
from or on both sides or parts

utrimque
utrimquē
adverb
from or on both sides or parts

utrimquesecus
utrimquesecus
cross-reference

utrimquesecus
ūtrimquesecus
cross-reference

utrinde
utrindē
adverb
from or on both sides

utrinde
ūtrindē
adverb
from or on both sides

utrinque
utrinque
adverb
from or on both sides or parts

utrinque
ūtrinque
adverb
from or on both sides or parts

utrinsecus
utrinsecus
adverb
on both sides

utrinsecus
ūtrinsecus
adverb
on both sides

utro
ūtrō
adverb
to which of two places

utro
utrō
adverb
to which of two places

utrobi
ūtrobi
adverb
at which of two places

utrobi
utrobī
adverb

utrobi
utrobi
adverb
at which of two places

utrobi
ūtrobī
adverb

utrobidem
utrobīdem
adverb

utrobidem
utrobīdem
adverb
on both sides

utrobidem
ūtrobīdem
adverb

utrobidem
ūtrobīdem
adverb
on both sides

utrobique
utrobīquē
adverb
on both parts or sides

utrobique
ūtrobīquē
adverb
on both parts or sides

utrolibet
utrōlibet
adverb
to either one of two sides

utroque
utrōquē
adverb
to both places

utroqueversum
utrōqueversum
adverb

utroqueversum
ūtrōqueversum
adverb

utrubi
ūtrubī
adverb
at which of two places

utrubi
utrubī
adverb
at which of two places

utrubidem
utrubīdem
adverb
on both sides

utrubidem
ūtrubīdem
adverb
on both sides

utrubique
ūtrubīquē
adverb

utrubique
utrubīquē
adverb

utrubique
ūtrubīque
adverb
on both parts or sides

utrubique
utrubīque
adverb
on both parts or sides

utrum
utrum
adverb
an

utrum
ūtrum
adverb
an

utut
utut
adverb

uva
ūva
noun
The fruit of the vine

uvens
ūvens
adjective
moist

uvesco
ūvescō
verb
to grow or become moist

uviditas
ūviditās
noun
moisture

uvidulus
ūvidulus
adjective
moist

uvidus
ūvidus
adjective
moist

uvifer
ūvifer
adjective
clusterbearing

uvor
ūvor
noun
moistness

Uxama
Uxama
noun
a town of

Uxellodunum
Uxellodūnum
noun
a town in Aquitaine

uxor
uxor
noun
a wife

uxorcula
uxorcula
noun
a little wife

uxorium
uxōrium
noun
a tax laid on old-bachelors

uxorius
uxōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a wife or married woman

Uzita
Uzīta
noun
a town of Byzacene in

 
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