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vacans
vacāns
adjective
empty

vacatio
vacātiō
noun
freedom

vacca
vacca
noun
a cow

vaccinium
vaccīnium
noun
a blueberry

vaccula
vaccula
noun
[diminutive] a little cow

vacillo
vacillō
verb
to sway to and fro

vacive
vacīvē
adverb
at leisure

vacivus
vacīvus
adjective
vacant

vaco
vacō
verb
to be empty

vacuefacio
vacuēfaciō
verb
to make empty

vacuitas
vacuitās
noun
a being without

Vacuna
Vacūna
noun
a goddess of rural fertility

Vacunalis
Vacūnālis
adjective
of Vacuna

vacuus
vacuus
adjective
empty

vadimonium
vadimōnium
noun
a promise of appearance secured by bail

vador
vador
verb
[in law] to bind over for appearance

vado
vādō
verb
to go

vadosus
vadōsus
adjective
full of shallows

vadum
vadum
noun
a shallow place

vae
vaē
preposition
not

vae
vae
interjection
ah! alas! woe!

vaecordia
vaecordia
noun
want of reason

vaecors
vaecors
adjective
destitute of reason

vaeneo
vaeneō
verb
[as pass. of vendo] to go to sale

vaenum
vaenum
noun
that which is sold

vaesanus
vaesānus
adjective
unsound of mind

vaesasania
vaesāsānia
noun
madness

vafer
vafer
adjective
sly

vafre
vafrē
adverb
slyly

vage
vagē
adverb
here and there

vagina
vāgīna
noun
a scabbard

vagio
vāgiō
verb
to cry

vagitus
vāgītus
noun
a crying

vagor
vagor
verb
to stroll about

vagus
vagus
adjective
strolling

vah
vāh
interjection
interj.

valde
valdē
adverb
strongly

vale
valē
cross-reference

valedico
valedīcō
cross-reference

valens
valēns
adjective
strong

valenter
valenter
adverb
strongly

valeo
valeō
verb
to be strong

valesco
valēscō
verb
to grow strong

valetudinarium
valētūdinārium
noun
a sickroom

valetudo
valētūdō
noun
habit

valide
validē
adverb
strongly

validus
validus
adjective
strong

valitudo
valītūdō
noun
habit

vallaris
vāllāris
adjective
of a rampart

valles
vallēs
noun
a valley

vallis
vallis
noun
a valley

vallo
vāllō
verb
to fortify with a rampart

vallum
vāllum
noun
a line of palisades

vallus
vāllus
noun
[in fortification] a stake

valva
valva
noun
a pair of doorleaves

vanesco
vānēscō
verb
to pass away

vanilocus
vānilocus
adjective
talking idly

vaniloquentia
vāniloquentia
noun
idle talk

vaniloquus
vāniloquus
adjective
talking idly

vanitas
vānitās
noun
emptiness

vannus
vannus
noun
a fan

vanum
vānum
noun
emptiness

vanus
vānus
adjective
containing nothing

vapor
vapor
noun
steam

vaporarium
vapōrārium
noun
a steam-chamber

vaporo
vapōrō
verb
to steam

vappa
vappa
noun
wine without flavor

vapulo
vāpulō
verb
to get a cudgelling

variatio
variātiō
noun
a difference

varicosus
varicōsus
adjective
with dilated veins

varicus
vāricus
adjective
with feet apart

varie
variē
adverb
variously

varietas
varietās
noun
difference

vario
variō
verb
to diversify

varius
varius
adjective
[of color and appearance] variegated

varix
varix
noun
a dilated vein

varus
vārus
adjective
bent

vas
vās
noun
a vessel

vas
vas
noun
a bail

vasarium
vāsārium
noun
furniture-money

vascularius
vāsculārius
noun
a worker in metals

vasculum
vāsculum
noun
a small vessel

vastatio
vāstātiō
noun
a laying waste

vastator
vāstātor
noun
a ravager

vaste
vāstē
adverb
rudely

vastificus
vāstificus
adjective
ravaging

vastitas
vāstitās
noun
an empty place

vasto
vāstō
verb
to make empty

vastus
vāstus
adjective
empty

vasum
vāsum
noun
a vessel

vates
vātēs
noun
a foreteller

Vaticanus
Vāticānus
adjective
vatican

Vaticanus
Vātīcānus
adjective
vatican

vaticinatio
vāticinātiō
noun
a foretelling

vaticinator
vāticinātor
noun
a soothsayer

vaticinius
vāticinius
adjective
prophetic

vaticinor
vāticinor
verb
to foretell

vaticinus
vāticinus
adjective
prophetical

vatillum
vatillum
noun
dim

ve
preposition
not

vecordia
vēcordia
noun
want of reason

vecors
vēcors
adjective
destitute of reason

vectigal
vectīgal
noun
a payment to the state

vectigalis
vectīgālis
adjective
of imposts

vectio
vectiō
noun
a carrying

vectis
vectis
noun
a strong pole

vecto
vectō
verb
to bear

vector
vector
noun
one who bears

vectorius
vectōrius
adjective
of carrying

vectura
vectūra
noun
a bearing

vectus
vectus
participle
p. of veho

Vediovis
Vēdiovis
noun
little Jupiter

veemens
veemēns
adjective
[of living beings] eager

vegetus
vegetus
adjective
enlivened

vegrandis
vēgrandis
adjective
little

vehemens
vehemēns
adjective
[of living beings] eager

vehementer
vehementer
adverb
eagerly

vehiculum
vehiculum
noun
a means of transport

veho
vehō
verb
to bear

Veientanus
Vēientānus
adjective
of Veii

Veiovis
Vēiovis
noun
little Jupiter

vel
vel
adverb
or even

vel
vel
conjunction
choose

Velabrum
Vēlābrum
noun
a street of Rome on the Aventine Mount

velamen
vēlāmen
noun
a cover

velamentum
vēlāmentum
noun
as an emblem borne by suppliants

velarium
vēlārium
noun
[in a theatre] an awning

velati
vēlātī
noun
[in the phrase accensi velati] supernumeraries held in waiting to take the place of soldiers who may fall

veles
vēles
noun
a light-armed soldier

velifer
vēlifer
adjective
sail-bearing

velificatio
vēlificātiō
noun
a making sail

velificor
vēlificor
verb
to make sail

velifico
vēlificō
verb
to sail

velitaris
vēlitāris
adjective
of the velites

velites
vēlitēs
cross-reference

velivolans
vēlivolāns
adjective
sail-flying

velivolus
vēlivolus
adjective
sail-flying

vellico
vellicō
verb
to pluck

vello
vellō
verb
to pluck

vellus
vellus
noun
wool shorn off

velo
vēlō
verb
to cover

velocitas
vēlōcitās
noun
swiftness

velociter
vēlōciter
adverb
swiftly

velox
vēlōx
adjective
swift

velum
vēlum
noun
that which propels

velut
velut
adverb
[in a comparison] even as

veluti
velutī
adverb
[in a comparison] even as

vemens
vēmēns
adjective
[of living beings] eager

vemens
vēmēns
cross-reference

vementer
vēmenter
adverb
eagerly

vena
vēna
noun
a blood-vessel

venabulum
vēnābulum
noun
a hunting-spear

venalicius
vēnālīcius
adjective
of selling

venalis
vēnālis
adjective
of selling

venaticus
vēnāticus
adjective
of hunting

venatio
vēnātiō
noun
hunting

venator
vēnātor
noun
a hunter

venatorius
vēnātōrius
adjective
of a hunter

venatrix
vēnātrīx
noun
a huntress

venatus
vēnātus
noun
hunting

vendibilis
vēndibilis
adjective
that may be sold

vendico
vendicō
verb
[in law] to assert a claim to

venditatio
vēnditātiō
noun
a specious display

venditator
vēnditātor
noun
a boaster

venditio
vēnditiō
noun
a selling

vendito
vēnditō
verb
to keep offering for sale

venditor
vēnditor
noun
a seller

venditum
vēnditum
noun
a sale

vendo
vēndō
verb
to sell

venefica
venēfica
noun
a poisoner

veneficium
venēficium
noun
a poisoning

veneficus
venēficus
adjective
poisoning

venenatus
venēnātus
adjective
filled with poison

venenifer
venēnifer
adjective
containing poison

veneno
venēnō
verb
to poison

venenum
venēnum
noun
a strong potion

veneo
vēneō
verb
[as pass. of vendo] to go to sale

venerabilis
venerābilis
adjective
worthy of respect

venerabundus
venerābundus
adjective
venerating

venerandus
venerandus
adjective
to be revered

veneratio
venerātiō
noun
profoundest respect

venerator
venerātor
noun
one who holds in honor

Venereus
Venereus
adjective
of Venus

Venerius
Venerius
adjective
of Venus

veneror
veneror
verb
to reverence

venetus
venetus
adjective
sea-colored

venia
venia
noun
indulgence

venio
veniō
verb
to come

vennucula
vennucūla
noun
a kind of grape

vennuncula
vennuncula
noun
a kind of grape

venor
vēnor
verb
to hunt

venter
venter
noun
the belly

ventilo
ventilō
verb
to toss in the air

ventito
ventitō
verb
to come often

ventosus
ventōsus
adjective
full of wind

ventriculus
ventriculus
noun
the belly

ventulus
ventulus
noun
a little wind

ventus
ventus
noun
wind

venucula
vēnucūla
noun
a kind of grape

venum
vēnum
noun
that which is sold

venuncula
vēnuncula
noun
a kind of grape

Venus
Venus
noun
loveliness

venustas
venustās
noun
loveliness

venustus
venustus
adjective
[of appearance] charming

vepallidus
vēpallidus
adjective
excessively pale

veprecula
veprēcula
noun
a little thornbush

vepres
veprēs
noun
a thorn-bush

ver
vēr
noun
the spring

verax
vērāx
adjective
speaking truly

verbena
verbēna
noun
a leafy twig

verber
verber
noun
a lash

verbero
verberō
verb
to beat

verbero
verberō
noun
one worthy of stripes

verbex
verbēx
noun
a wether

verbex
verbēx
cross-reference

verbose
verbōsē
adverb
with many words

verbosus
verbōsus
adjective
full of words

verbum
verbum
noun
a word

Vercingetorix
Vercingetorīx
noun
a chief of the Gauls

vere
vērē
adverb
according to truth

verecunde
verēcundē
adverb
shamefastly

verecundia
verēcundia
noun
shamefastness

verecundor
verēcundor
verb
to feel bashful

verecundus
verēcundus
adjective
ashamed

verendus
verendus
adjective
to be feared

vereor
vereor
verb
to revere

veretrum
verētrum
noun
the private parts

Vergilius
Vergilius
noun
a gentile name

vergo
vergō
verb
to bend

vergobretus
vergobretus
noun
the minister of justice

veridicus
vēridicus
adjective
truth-telling

veriloquium
vēriloquium
noun
etymology (transl. of )

verisimilis
vērīsimilis
cross-reference

verisimiliter
vērīsimiliter
cross-reference

verisimilitudo
vērīsimilitūdō
cross-reference

veritas
vēritās
noun
truth

veritus
veritus
participle
p. of vereor

vermiculatus
vermiculātus
adjective
of mosaic work

verna
verna
noun
a home-born slave

vernaculus
vernāculus
adjective
of home-born slaves

vernilis
vernīlis
adjective
of a home-born slave

verniliter
vernīliter
adverb
slavishly

verno
vērnō
verb
to spring

vernula
vernula
noun
a little home-born slave

vernus
vērnus
adjective
of spring

vero
vērō
adverb
in truth

verpa
verpa
noun
i. e. membrum virile

verpus
verpus
noun
a circumcised man

verres
verrēs
noun
a boar

verrinus
verrīnus
adjective
of a boar

Verrius
Verrius
adjective
of Verres

verro
verrō
verb
to sweep

verruca
verrūca
noun
a wart

verrunco
verruncō
verb
[in prayers with bene] to turn out well

verrutum
verrūtum
noun
a dart

versabilis
versābilis
adjective
changeable

versatilis
versātilis
adjective
versatile

versatus
versātus
adjective
experienced

versicolor
versicolor
adjective
of changeable color

versiculus
versiculus
noun
a little line

verso
versō
verb
to turn often

versum
versum
adverb
turned in the direction of

versura
versūra
noun
a conversion

versus
versus
adverb
turned in the direction of

versus
versus
participle
p. of verto

versus
versus
noun
a line

versute
versūtē
adverb
cunningly

versutia
versūtia
noun
cunning

versutiloquus
versūtiloquus
adjective
crafty-speaking

versutus
versūtus
adjective
adroit

vertex
vertex
noun
a whirl

verticosus
verticōsus
adjective
full of whirlpools

vertigo
vertīgō
noun
a turning round

verto
vertō
verb
to turn

Vertumnus
Vertumnus
noun
the god of change

veru
verū
noun
a spit

verum
vērum
noun
the truth

verum
vērum
adverb
[in an answer] truly

verum tamen
vērum tamen
conjunction
but yet

verumtamen
vērumtamen
conjunction
but yet

veruntamen
vēruntamen
conjunction
but yet

verus
vērus
adjective
true

verutum
verūtum
noun
a dart

verutus
verūtus
adjective
armed with a dart

vervex
vervēx
noun
a wether

vesania
vēsānia
noun
madness

vesaniens
vēsāniēns
adjective
raging

vesanus
vēsānus
adjective
unsound of mind

vescor
vēscor
verb
to use as food

vescus
vēscus
adjective
small

vesica
vēsīca
noun
the bladder

vesicula
vēsīcula
noun
a seed-vessel

vespa
vespa
noun
a wasp

vesper
vesper
noun
the evening-star

vesper
vesper
noun
the evening-star

vespera
vespera
noun
the evening

vesperasco
vesperāscō
verb
to become evening

vespertinus
vespertīnus
adjective
of evening

Vesta
Vesta
noun
daughter of Saturn and Ops

Vestalis
Vestālis
adjective
of Vesta

vester
vester
pronoun
your

vestibulum
vestibulum
noun
an enclosed space before a house

vestigium
vestīgium
noun
the bottom of the foot

vestigo
vestīgō
verb
to follow in the track of

vestimentum
vestīmentum
noun
clothing

vestio
vestiō
verb
to cover with a garment

vestis
vestis
noun
[singular collective] a covering for the body

vestitus
vestītus
participle
p. of vestio

vestitus
vestītus
noun
clothing

veter
veter
adjective
old

veteranus
veterānus
adjective
old

veterator
veterātor
noun
one wedded to routine

veteratorie
veterātōriē
adverb
shrewdly

veteratorius
veterātōrius
adjective
crafty

veternosus
veternōsus
adjective
lethargic

veternus
veternus
noun
lethargy

vetitum
vetitum
noun
that which is forbidden

veto
vetō
verb
not to suffer

vetulus
vetulus
adjective
elderly

vetus
vetus
adjective
old

vetustas
vetustās
noun
old age

vetustus
vetustus
adjective
aged

vexatio
vexātiō
noun
a harrying

vexator
vexātor
noun
one who distresses

vexatus
vexātus
participle
p. of vexo

vexillarius
vēxillārius
noun
a standard-bearer

vexillum
vēxillum
noun
a military ensign

vexo
vexō
verb
to shake

via
via
noun
a way

viaticum
viāticum
noun
travellingmoney

viator
viātor
noun
a wayfarer

vibro
vibrō
verb
to set in tremulous motion

viburnum
vīburnum
noun
the wayfaring-tree

vicanus
vīcānus
adjective
of a village

Vica Pota
Vica Pota
noun
victress and possessor (the Goddess of Victory)

vicarius
vicārius
noun
a substitute

vicarius
vicārius
adverb
that supplies a place

vicatim
vīcātim
adverb
from village to village

vice
vice
cross-reference

vicem
vicem
cross-reference

viceni
vīcēnī
adjective
twenty each

vicensima
vīcēnsima
noun
vicensimus

vicensimus
vīcēnsimus
adjective
the twentieth

vicensuma
vīcēnsuma
noun
vicensimus

vicesima
vicēsima
noun
vicensimus

vicesimani
vīcēsimānī
noun
soldiers of the twentieth legion

vicesimarius
vīcēsimārius
adjective
of the twentieth part

vicesimus
vīcēsimus
adjective
the twentieth

vicia
vicia
noun
a vetch

viciens
vīciēns
adverb
twenty times

vicies
vīciēs
adverb
twenty times

vicinalis
vīcīnālis
adjective
of the neighborhood

vicinia
vīcīnia
noun
neighborhood

vicinitas
vīcīnitās
noun
neighborhood

vicinus
vīcīnus
adjective
of the neighborhood

vicis
vicis
noun
change

vicissim
vicissim
adverb
on the other hand

vicissitudo
vicissitūdō
noun
change

victima
vīctima
noun
a beast for sacrifice

victimarius
vīctimārius
noun
an assistant at sacrifices

victito
vīctitō
verb
to live

victor
vīctor
noun
a conqueror

victoria
vīctōria
noun
[in war] victory

victoriatus
vīctōriātus
noun
a silver coin with the image of Victory

Victoriola
Vīctōriola
noun
a little Victory

victrix
vīctrīx
noun
she that is victorious

victus
vīctus
participle
p. of vinco

victus
vīctus
noun
that which sustains life

viculus
vīculus
noun
a small village

vicus
vīcus
noun
a row of houses

videlicet
vidēlicet
adverb
one may see

viden
viden
cross-reference

video
videō
verb
to see

vidua
vidua
noun
an unmarried woman

viduitas
viduitās
noun
bereavement

viduo
viduō
verb
to deprive

viduus
viduus
adjective
deprived

vietus
viētus
adjective
bent together

vigeo
vigeō
verb
to be lively

vigesco
vigēscō
verb
to become lively

vigesimus
vīgēsimus
adjective
the twentieth

vigesimus
vīgēsimus
cross-reference

vigil
vigil
adjective
awake

vigilans
vigilāns
adjective
watchful

vigilanter
vigilanter
adverb
watchfully

vigilantia
vigilantia
noun
wakefulness

vigilax
vigilāx
adjective
watchful

vigilia
vigilia
noun
a watching

vigilo
vigilō
verb
to watch

viginti
vīgintī
adjective
twenty

vigintivir
vīgintīvir
noun
a commission of twenty men

vigintiviratus
vīgintīvirātus
noun
the office of the twenty

vigor
vigor
noun
liveliness

VIIvir
VIIvir
noun
one of a board of seven

viivir
viivir
noun
one of a board of seven

viiviralis
viivirālis
adjective
of the septemvirs

VIIviralis
VIIvirālis
adjective
of the septemvirs

VIIviratus
VIIvirātus
noun
the office of a septemvir

viiviratus
viivirātus
noun
the office of a septemvir

vilica
vīlica
noun
a female overseer

vilico
vīlicō
verb
to superintend an estate

vilicus
vīlicus
noun
an overseer of an estate

vilis
vīlis
adjective
of small price

vilitas
vīlitās
noun
lowness of price

villa
vīlla
noun
a country-house

villica
villica
noun
a female overseer

villico
vīllicō
verb
to superintend an estate

villicus
vīllicus
noun
an overseer of an estate

villosus
villōsus
adjective
hairy

villula
vīllula
noun
a little country-house

villum
vīllum
noun
a sup of wine

villus
villus
noun
a tuft of hair

vimen
vīmen
noun
a pliant twig

viminalis
vīminālis
adjective
of osiers

vimineus
vīmineus
adjective
made of osiers

vin
vīn
cross-reference

vinaceus
vīnāceus
adjective
of wine

Vinal
Vīnāl
noun
the wine-festival (April 22 and Aug. 19

vinarius
vīnārius
adjective
of wine

vincibilis
vincibilis
adjective
to be gained

vincio
vinciō
verb
to bind

vinclum
vinclum
noun
a means of binding

vinco
vincō
verb
[war] to conquer

vinctus
vinctus
participle
p. of vincio

vinculum
vinculum
noun
a means of binding

vindemia
vīndēmia
noun
the grapeharvest

vindemiator
vīndēmiātor
noun
a grape-gatherer

vindemiola
vīndēmiola
noun
a little vintage

vindemitor
vīndēmitor
noun
the harbinger of vintage (a star in the constellation Virgo)

vindex
vindex
noun
a maintainer

vindicatio
vindicātiō
noun
an establishment of the right

vindicia
vindicia
noun
the assertion of a right

vindico
vindicō
verb
[in law] to assert a claim to

vindicta
vindicta
noun
a rod

vinea
vīnea
noun
a plantation of vines

vinetum
vīnētum
noun
a plantation of vines

vinitor
vīnitor
noun
a vine-dresser

vinolentia
vīnolentia
noun
winebibbing

vinolentus
vīnolentus
adjective
full of wine

vinosus
vīnōsus
adjective
full of wine

vinulentia
vīnulentia
noun
winebibbing

vinulentus
vīnulentus
adjective
full of wine

vinum
vīnum
noun
wine

viola
viola
noun
the violet

violabilis
violābilis
adjective
that may be injured

violarium
violārium
noun
a bank of violets

violatio
violātiō
noun
profanation

violator
violātor
noun
profaner

violatus
violātus
participle
p. of violo

violens
violēns
adjective
impetuous

violenter
violenter
adverb
impetuously

violentia
violentia
noun
violence

violentus
violentus
adjective
forcible

violo
violō
verb
to treat with violence

vipera
vīpera
noun
a viper

vipereus
vīpereus
adjective
of a viper

viperinus
vīperīnus
adjective
of a viper

vir
vir
noun
a male person

virago
virāgō
noun
a man-like woman

virdicatus
virdicātus
adjective
made green

virectum
virectum
noun
a green place

virens
virēns
participle
p. of vireo

vireo
vireō
verb
to be green

viresco
virēscō
verb
to grow green

viretum
virētum
cross-reference

viretum
virētum
noun
a green place

virga
virga
noun
a slender green branch

virgatus
virgātus
adjective
made of twigs

virgetum
virgētum
noun
a thicket of rods

virgeus
virgeus
adjective
of rods

Virgilius
Virgilius
noun
a gentile name

virginalis
virginālis
adjective
of a maiden

virgineus
virgineus
adjective
of a maiden

virginitas
virginitās
noun
maidenhood

virgo
virgō
noun
a maid

virgula
virgula
noun
a little twig

virgultum
virgultum
noun
a bush

virguncula
virguncula
noun
a little maid

viridans
viridāns
adjective
growing green

viridarium
viridārium
noun
a plantation of trees

viridicatus
viridicātus
adjective
made green

viridis
viridis
adjective
green

viriditas
viriditās
noun
green color

viridor
viridor
verb
to grow green

virilis
virīlis
adjective
of a man

virilitas
virīlitās
noun
manhood

viriliter
virīliter
adverb
manfully

viritim
virītim
adverb
man by man

virosus
vīrōsus
adjective
of a vile odor

virtus
virtūs
noun
manliness

virus
vīrus
noun
a potent juice

vis
vīs
noun
strength

viscatus
vīscātus
adjective
smeared with birdlime

visceratio
vīscerātiō
noun
a public distribution of flesh

visco
vīscō
verb
to smear

viscum
vīscum
noun
the mistletoe

viscus
vīscus
noun
the inner parts of the body

visendum
vīsendum
noun
things worth notice

visio
vīsiō
noun
the act of seeing

visito
vīsitō
verb
to go to see

viso
vīsō
verb
to look at attentively

visum
vīsum
noun
a thing seen

visus
vīsus
noun
a looking

visus
vīsus
participle
p. of video

vita
vīta
noun
life

vitabilis
vītābilis
adjective
to be shunned

vitabundus
vītābundus
adjective
shunning

vitalis
vītālis
adjective
of life

vitatio
vītātiō
noun
a shunning

vitellus
vitellus
noun
the yellow part of an egg

viteus
vīteus
adjective
of the vine

viticula
vīticula
noun
a vine-shoot

vitio
vitiō
verb
to make faulty

vitiose
vitiōsē
adverb
faultily

vitiositas
vitiōsitās
noun
faultiness

vitiosus
vitiōsus
adjective
full of faults

vitis
vītis
noun
a vine

vitisator
vītisator
noun
a vine-planter

vitium
vitium
noun
a fault

vito
vītō
verb
to shun

vitreus
vitreus
adjective
of glass

vitricus
vitricus
noun
a step-father

vitrum
vitrum
noun
glass

vitta
vitta
noun
a band

vittatus
vittātus
adjective
bound with a fillet

vitula
vitula
noun
a young cow

vitulinus
vitulīnus
adjective
of a calf

vitulus
vitulus
noun
a male-calf

vituperabilis
vituperābilis
adjective
blameworthy

vituperatio
vituperātiō
noun
a blaming

vituperator
vituperātor
noun
a blamer

vitupero
vituperō
verb
to inflict censure

vivarium
vīvārium
noun
an enclosure for live game

vivax
vīvāx
adjective
tenacious of life

vividus
vīvidus
adjective
full of life

viviradix
vīvirādīx
noun
a rooted cutting

vivo
vīvō
verb
to live

vivos
vīvos
adjective
alive

vivus
vīvus
adjective
alive

vix
vix
adverb
with difficulty

vixdum
vixdum
adverb
hardly then

vixet
vīxet
cross-reference

vobis
vōbīs
cross-reference

vocabulum
vocābulum
noun
an appellation

vocalis
vōcālis
adjective
uttering a voice

vocatio
vocātiō
noun
an invitation to dinner

vocatus
vocātus
noun
a calling

vociferatio
vōciferātiō
noun
a loud calling

vocifero
vōciferō
verb
to cry out

vociferor
vōciferor
verb
to cry out

vocito
vocitō
verb
to be wont to call

vocivus
vocīvus
adjective
vacant

voco
vocō
verb
to call

vocula
vōcula
noun
a small voice

volaemus
volaemus
adjective
filling the hand

volans
volāns
participle
p. of 2 volo

volaticus
volāticus
adjective
fleeting

volatilis
volātilis
adjective
winged

volatus
volātus
noun
[only abl sing. and acc. and abl plur.] a flying

Volcanius
Volcānius
adjective
of Vulcan

Volcanus
Volcānus
noun
vulcan

volemus
volēmus
adjective
filling the hand

volens
volēns
adjective
willing

volgare
volgāre
adverb
in the ordinary manner

volgaris
volgāris
adjective
of the mass

volgator
volgātor
noun
a publisher

volgatus
volgātus
adjective
common

volgo
volgō
adverb
among the multitude

volgo
volgō
verb
to spread among the multitude

volgus
volgus
noun
the mass

volito
volitō
verb
to fly to and fro

volneratio
volnerātiō
noun
a wounding

volnero
volnerō
verb
to wound

volnificus
volnificus
adjective
wound-inflicting

volnus
volnus
noun
a wound

volo
volō
verb
to fly

volo
volō
verb
to want

volo
volō
noun
a volunteer

volpecula
volpēcula
noun
a little fox

volpes
volpēs
noun
a fox

volsus
volsus
participle
p. of vello

volt
volt
cross-reference

volticulus
volticulus
noun
a mere look

voltis
voltis
cross-reference

voltuosus
voltuōsus
adjective
excessive in facial expression

voltur
voltur
noun
a vulture

volturius
volturius
noun
a vulture-like bird

voltus
voltus
noun
an expression of countenance

volubilis
volūbilis
adjective
that is turned round

volubilitas
volūbilitās
noun
a rapid turning

volubiliter
volūbiliter
adverb
fluently

volucer
volucer
adjective
flying

volucris
volucris
noun
a bird

volumen
volūmen
noun
that which is rolled

voluntarius
voluntārius
adjective
willing

voluntas
voluntās
noun
will

volup
volup
adverb
for * volupe

voluptarius
voluptārius
adjective
of pleasure

voluptas
voluptās
noun
satisfaction

volutabrum
volūtābrum
noun
a wallowing-place

volutabundus
volūtābundus
adjective
wallowing

volutatio
volūtātiō
noun
a rolling

voluto
volūtō
verb
to roll

volutus
volūtus
participle
p. of volvo

volva
volva
noun
a womb

volvo
volvō
verb
to cause to revolve

vomer
vōmer
noun
a ploughshare

vomica
vomica
noun
a sore

vomis
vōmis
cross-reference

vomitio
vomitiō
noun
a spewing

vomitus
vomitus
noun
a throwing up

vomo
vomō
verb
to puke

vorago
vorāgō
noun
an abyss

vorax
vorāx
adjective
swallowing greedily

voro
vorō
verb
to swallow whole

vors
vors
cross-reference

vorso
vorsō
verb
to turn often

vorsum
vorsum
adverb
turned in the direction of

vorsura
vorsūra
noun
a conversion

vorsus
vorsus
noun
a line

vorsus
vorsus
adverb
turned in the direction of

vorsus
vorsus
participle
p. of verto

vorsutus
vorsūtus
adjective
adroit

vort
vort
cross-reference

vortex
vortex
noun
a whirl

vorticosus
vorticōsus
adjective
full of whirlpools

vorto
vortō
verb
to turn

Vortumnus
Vortumnus
noun
the god of change

vos
vōs
cross-reference
plur. of tu

voster
voster
pronoun
your

voster
voster
cross-reference

votivus
vōtīvus
adjective
of a vow

voto
votō
verb
not to suffer

votum
vōtum
noun
a promise to a god

voveo
voveō
verb
to vow

vox
vōx
noun
a voice

Vulcanius
Vulcānius
adjective
of Vulcan

Vulcanus
Vulcānus
noun
vulcan

vulgare
vulgāre
adverb
in the ordinary manner

vulgaris
vulgāris
adjective
of the mass

vulgator
vulgātor
noun
a publisher

vulgatus
vulgātus
adjective
common

vulgo
vulgō
adverb
among the multitude

vulgo
vulgō
verb
to spread among the multitude

vulgus
vulgus
noun
the mass

vulneratio
vulnerātiō
noun
a wounding

vulnero
vulnerō
verb
to wound

vulnificus
vulnificus
adjective
wound-inflicting

vulnus
vulnus
noun
a wound

vulpecula
vulpēcula
noun
a little fox

vulpes
vulpēs
noun
a fox

vulticulus
vulticulus
noun
a mere look

vultuosus
vultuōsus
adjective
excessive in facial expression

vultur
vultur
noun
a vulture

vulturius
vulturius
noun
a vulture-like bird

vultus
vultus
noun
an expression of countenance

vulva
vulva
noun
a womb

V viratus
V viratus
noun
the office of a quinquevir

 
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